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JUN-5W79 



O. Reg. 425/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 426/78 2803 

Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 24th, 1978 



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THE RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 425/78. 

General. 

Made— May 24th, 1978. 

Filed— June 5th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 785 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 



1970 



1. Subsection 3a of section 20 of Regulation 
785 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, 
as made by subsection 3 of section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 1018/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(3a) Notwithstanding clause h of subsection 3, 



(a) 



with respect to contract work completed 
after the 7th day of April, 1975 and before 
the 1st day of January, 1976 the amount 
of any rebate to be made under subsection 
2 shall be determined by the apphcation 
of the following percentages to the total 
contract price. 



Roads 

All other structures. 



1 .85 per cent 
2.10 per cent; 



and 



(6) 



with respect to contract work completed 
after the 10th day of April, 1978 and before 
the 8th day of October, 1978, the amount 
of any rebate to be made under subsection 
2 shall be determined by apphcation of 
the following percentages to the total con- 
tract price, 



Roads 

All other structures . . 



1 .50 per cent 
1.70 per cent 



O. Reg. 425/78, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 4 of section 24 of the said Regu- 
lation, as made by section 6 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 1018/75, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



TABLE 



(4) Notwithstanding subsections 2 and 3, long 
distance telephone calls made in Ontario from a 
pay-type telephone after the 10th day of April, 
1978 and before the 8th day of October, 1978 are 
subject to tax as follows: 



Amount of Charge 


Tax 
Payable 


Less than $ .65 


S Nil 


$ .65 - 1.85 


05 


1.90- 3.10 


10 


1.15 - 4.35 


15 


4.40 - 5.60 


20 


5.65 - 6.85 


25 


6.90 - 8.10 


30 


8.15 - 9.35 


35 


9.40 - 10.60 


40 


10.65 - 11.85 


45 


11.90 - 13.10 


.50 



Charges for calls in excess of the maximum charge 
set out in the above Table are to be taxed in 
accordance with an extension of the above Table. 
O. Reg. 425/78, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 11th day of April, 
1978. 



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THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 426/78. 

Designation of Communicable Diseases. 

Made— May 3rd, 1978. 

Approved— May 24th, 1978. 

Filed— June 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 

DESIGNATION OF COMMUNICABLE 
DISEASES 

1. The following diseases are designated com- 
municable diseases for the purposes of the Act : 

1. Amoebiasis, 



i. Amoebic djrsentery 



ii. Amoebic abscess 



2. Anthrax 



3. Arthropod-borne viral infections 



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4. Botulism 

5. Brucellosis 

6. Chickenpox (Varicella) 

7. Cholera 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 426/78 

27. Meningococcal infections, including, 

i. Meningitis 

ii. Meningococcaemia, including Wa- 
terhouse-Friderichsen 



8. Cytomegalovirus infection, including con- 
genital infection 

9. Diarrhoea of the newborn, infectious, epi- 
demic 

10. Ebola virus disease 

11. Encephalitis, including, 

i. Primary, viral 

ii. Post-infectious 
iii. Vaccine-related 
iv. Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis 

12. Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli infec- 
tions, epidemic (in child under two years 
of age) 

13. Food poisoning, all causes 

14. Gastro-enteritis, acute viral 

15. Giardiasis 

16. Hemorrhagic fevers 

17. Hepatitis, viral, including, 

i. Infectious (Hepatitis A) 

ii. Serum (Hepatitis B) 
iii. Non-A, Non-B Hepatitis 
iv. "Other viral causes 

18. Histoplasmosis 

19. Influenza, Types A, B and C 

20. Lassa fever 

21. Leprosy (Hansen's Disease) 

22. Leptospirosis 

23. Listeriosis 

24. Malaria 

25. Marburg virus disease 

26. Measles 



iii. Meningoencephalopathy 

28. Meningitis, all other causes 

29. Mumps 

30. Ophthalmia Neonatorum 

31. Pertussis (Whooping Cough) 

32. Plague 

33. Poliomyelitis, acute 

34. Polyneuritis, acute infective (Guillain- 
Barre) 

35. Psittacosis (ornithosis) 

36. Q Fever 

37. Relapsing Fever, louse-borne 

38. Reye's Disease 

39. Rheumatic Fever, acute 

40. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever 

41. Rubella, including Congenital Rubella 

42. Salmonella infections, including, 

i. Typhoid 

ii. Paratyphoid A, B and C 
iii. Salmonellosis 

43. Shigellosis 

44. Tetanus 

45. Toxoplasmosis 

46. Trichinosis 

47. Tularaemia 

48. Typhus, louse-borne and other 

49. Vaccinia 

50. Yellow Fever 

51. Yersiniosis 

O. Reg. 426/78. s. 1. 



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O. Reg. 426/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 429/78 



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2. Ontario Regulations 5/76 and 646/76 are 
revoked. O. Reg. 426/78, s. 2. 

Dennis Timbrell 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 3rd day of May, 1978. 

(8807) 25 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 427/78. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 

Municipahty of Halton), Town of 

Oakville. 
Made— June 1st, 1978. 
Filed— June 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 481/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph xvi of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 481/73, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 776/73, is amended by 
adding thereto the folloMring subparagraph: 

14. That part of Lot 31 in Concession III, south 
of Dundas Street, designated as Part 1 according 
to a Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for Halton (No. 20) as Number 20R-3651. 

W. D. McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of June, 1978. 

(8808) 25 

THE LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 428/78. 
Final Orders of Foreclosure. 
Made— May 31st, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT, 1974 

FINAL ORDERS OF FORECLOSURE 

1. In determining the value of the consideration 
in the case of a final order of foreclosure under 
any mortgage or charge affecting land, there shall 



be included, in addition to any amount or value 
described in any of subclauses i to iv of clause m 
of subsection 1 of section 1 of the Act, the value of 
any mortgage or charge that is subsequent in 
priority to the mortgage or charge in respect of 
which the final order of foreclosure is made and 
that is held by the mortgagee or chargee in whose 
favour the final order of foreclosure that is regis- 
tered is made, but no amount shall be included 
in the value of the consideration by virtue of this 
Regulation to the extent that such inclusion 
increases the value of the consideration to an 
amount greater than the fair market value of the 
land subject to the mortgage or charge the final 
order of foreclosure of which is registered. O. Reg. 
428/78. s. 1. 



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25 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 429/78. 

Order made under Section 29a of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— June 1st, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a pre- 
decessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 
under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The 
Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1%0, or a predecessor thereof 
does not have and shall be deemed never to have 
had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of 
land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township 
of Mariposa in the County of Victoria, being 
composed of that part of Lot 8 in Concession A 
and designated as Lot 105 according to a 
Registrar's Compiled Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Victoria (No. 57) as Number 553. O. Reg. 429/78, 
s. 1. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of June, 1978. 

(8826) 25 



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O. Reg. 430/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 432/78 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 430/78. 

Order made under Section 29a of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— June 1st, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a pre- 
decessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 
under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The 
Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor thereof 
does not have and shall be deemed never to have 
had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcels of 
land: 

Those parcels of land situate in the Township 
of Mariposa in the County of Victoria, being 
composed of those parts of Lots 7 and 8 in 
Concession A designated as Lots 36, 80 and 82 
according to a Registrar's Compiled Plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Victoria (No. 57) as Number 
553. O. Reg. 430/78, s. 1. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of June, 1978. 

(8827) 25 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 431/78. 

Order made under Section 29a of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— May 31st, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a pre- 



decessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 
under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The 
Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor thereof 
does not have and shall be deemed never to have 
had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of 
land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township 
of Mariposa in the County of Victoria, being 
composed of that part of Lot 7 in Concession A 
and designated as Lot 34 according to a Regis- 
trar's Compiled Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Victoria (No. 57) as Number 553. O. Reg. 431/78, 
s. 1. 

Claude Bennett 

Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 31st day of May, 1978. 
(8828) 25 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 432/78. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the District 

of Sudbury. 
Made— June 2nd, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 568/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 568/72 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

156. The remainder of Parcel Number 14196, 
Sudbury East Section, in Lot 11 in Concession III 
in the Township of Burwash. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of June, 1978. 

(8829) 25 



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O. Reg. 433/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 433/78. 

Restricted Areas — County of Peter- 
borough, Township of Cavan. 
Made— June 1st, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 619/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 36 of Ontario Regulation 619/75, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
326/78, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

36. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 65, 66, 67, 68 
and 69 may each be used for the erection and use 
thereon of a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto provided the following 
requirements are met : 

Minimum front yard 50 feet 

Minimum side yards 15 feet 

Minimum rear yard 20 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 20 per cent 

1 ,000 square feet 



Minimum floor area of 
dwelling 



Maximum height of 

dwelling 30 feet 

Minimum distance of 
dwelling from a farm 
or specialized farm as 
defined in by-law 2252 
for the Township of 
Cavan passed on the 
27th day of January, 
1977 250 feet 

O. Reg. 433/78, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

37. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 70 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum front yard 50 feet 

Minimum side yards 15 feet 



Minimum rear yard 20 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 20 per cent 
Minimum floor area of 



dwelling 

Maximum height of 
dwelling 



1 ,000 square feet 



30 feet • 



O. Reg. 433/78, s. 2. 



3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 66 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Cavan in the County of Peterborough, being com- 
posed of those parts of lots 4 and 5 in Concession 
VIII designated as Lot 6 according to a Registrar's 
Compiled Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Port Hope 
(No. 9) as Number 122. O. Reg. 433/78, s. 3, 
part. 



Schedule 67 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Cavan in the County of Peterborough, being com- 
posed of part of Lot 15 in Concession III designated 
as Lot 7 according to a Registrar's Compiled Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Port Hope (No. 9) as Number 
1 14. O. Reg. 433/78, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 68 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Cavan in the County of Peterborough, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 15 in Concession III 
designated as Lot 9 according to a Registrar's 
Compiled Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Port Hope 
(No. 9) as Number 122. O. Reg. 433/78, s. 3, 
part. 

Schedule 69 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Cavan in the County of Peterborough, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 12 in Concession IX 
more particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at the northwesterly angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence easterly in and along the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 700 feet ; 



Thence southerly and parallel 
limit of the said Lot 1 ,400 feet ; 



to the westerlv 



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O. Reg. 433/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 436/78 



Thence westerly 740 feet, more or less, to a point in 
the westerly limit of the said Lot distant 1,150 feet 
southerly from the place of beginning ; 

Thence northerly in and along the westerly limit of 
the said Lot 1,150 feet to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 433/78, s. 3, part. 

Schedule 70 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Cavan in the County of Peterborough, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 12 in Concession I 
designated as Lot 20 according to a Registrar's 
Compiled Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Port Hope 
(No. 9) as Number 115. O. Reg. 433/78, s. 3, 
part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of June, 1978. 

(8830) 25 

THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 434/78. 

Potatoes — Marketing. 
Made— June 2nd, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 264/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Section 6 of Ontario Regulation 264/76 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
clause : 

{ha) subject to section 3, providing for the 
exemption from any or all of the regu- 
lations, orders or directions under the plan 
of any class, variety, grade or size of 
potatoes, or any person or class of persons 
engaged in the producing or marketing of 
potatoes or any class, variety, grade or 
size of potatoes ; 

The Farm Products Marketing Board: 

G. H. Collin 

Chairman 
D. K. Alles 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of June, 1978. 

(8831) 25 



THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O.Reg. 435/78. 

Beans — Marketing. 
Made— June 2nd, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 568/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 568/75, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
604/77, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 31st 
day of August, 1979. O. Reg. 435/78, s. 1. 

The Farm Products Marketing Board: 

G. H. Collin 

Chairman 

D. K. Alles 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of June, 1978. 

(8832) 25 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 436/78. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario 
(now The Regional Municipality 
of Durham), Township of Uxbridge. 

Made— June 6th, 1978. 

Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 103/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 103/72 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

20. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, the land described in Schedule 6 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a green- 
house for agricultural uses and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto provided the following 
requirements are met : 

1 . All accessory buildings and structures shall 
be erected in the rear yard and shall be not 
less than 3 feet from any lot line. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 438/78 



2809 



2. No building or structure shall exceed a 
height of 30 feet. 

(2) The existing garage on the land described in 
Schedule 6 may be converted to and used as a 
seasonal residence accessory to and used in con- 
nection with the greenhouse referred to in sub- 
section 1 provided the residence, 

(a) is occupied by no more than two persons ; 

(b) is not occupied from the 1st day of Novem- 
ber in any year to the 31st day of January 
in the next following year ; and 

(c) contains kitchen and sanitary facilities for 
the use of the occupants. O. Reg. 436/78, 
s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 6 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Uxbridge in The Regional Municipality of Durham, 
formerly in the County of Ontario, being composed of 
that part of Lot 10 in Concession I more particularly 
described as follows : 

Beginning at an iron stake planted in the north- 
westerly angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said 
Lot 662.92 feet to an iron stake planted in the line 
of a fence running easterly ; 

Thence easterly along the said fence line forming the 
existing limit between the north half and the south 
half of the said Lot 747.41 feet to the northwesterly 
limit of the lands of the Canadian National Rail- 
ways; 

Thence northeasterly along the said northwesterly 
limit of the said lands of the Canadian National 
Railways to its intersection with the northerly limit 
of the said Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly limit to the 
place of beginning ; 

Excepting that portion designated as Part 1 on a 
Plan of Expropriation registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Durham 
(No. 40) as Number 1003. O. Reg. 436/78, s. 2. 



G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of June, 1978. 

(8833) 25 

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THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 437/78. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the District 

of Sudbury. 
Made— June 6th, 1978. 
Filed— June 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 568/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 568/72 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

13a. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, the land described in Schedule 6 may 
be used for the erection and use thereon of a com- 
munity centre and buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection 1, the com- 
munity centre may include a community hall, 
athletic field, indoor swimming pool, outdoor swim- 
ming pool, skating arena and outdoor skating rink. 
O. Reg. 437/78, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 6 

Those parcels of land situate in the geographic 
Township of Cartier in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury designated as parts 1 and 2 according to a 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Sudbury (No. 53) as Number 
53R-5249. O. Reg. 437/78, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of June, 1978. 

(8834) 25 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 438/78. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the District 

of Sudbury. 
Made— June 9th, 1978. 
Filed— June 9th, 1978. 



2810 O. Reg. 438/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 439/78 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 568/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 568/72 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 

clause : 

(kaa) "mobile home" means any dweUing unit 
that is designed to be made mobile and 
constructed or manufactured to provide a 
permanent residence for one or more 
persons, but does not include a travel 
trailer or tent trailer or trailer otherwise 
designed ; 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

136. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 7 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
mobile home and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

Minimum front yard 25 feet 

Minimum side yards 5 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Minimum total floor 

area of mobile home 700 square feet 

Maximum percentage 
of lot to be occupied by 
mobile home 30 per cent 

O. Reg. 438/78, s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 7 

That parcel of land situate in the geographic 
Township of Awrey in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury, being Parcel Number 36309, Sudbury East 
Section, on Lot 13 according to a Plan filed in the 
Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Sudbury (No. 53) as Number M.411. O. Reg. 
438/78, s. 3. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of June, 1978. 

(8835) 25 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 439/78. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made— June 8th, 1978. 
Filed— June 9th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 473/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Ontario Regulation 473/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

50. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 38 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a mausoleum 
provided the following requirements are met: 

Maximum ground floor 

area 21,000 square feet 

Minimum distance from 

north lot line 30 feet 

Minimum distance from 

east lot line 300 feet 

Minimum distance from 

all other lot lines 50 feet 



Maximum height 



20 feet 

O. Reg. 439/78, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 38 

Those parcels of land situate in the Town of 
Markham in The Regional Municipality of York, 
formerly in the Township of Markham in the 
County of York, being composed of those parts of 
lots 34 and 35 in Concession I, east of Yonge Street, 
more particularly described as follows : 

1. Beginning at an iron post planted on the 
easterly boundary of the Canadian National 
Railway right-of-way at the intersection of the 
southerly boundary of Lot 98 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry Division of Toronto Boroughs and 
York South (No. 64) as Number 2386 ; 



Thence easterly following the southerly limit of 
the said Plan 2386 a distance of 3,611 feet. 



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O. Reg. 439/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 440/78 2811 



10 inches to an iron post planted on the westerly 
boundary of Bayview Avenue, being the road 
allowance between concessions I and II, east of 
Yonge Street ; 

Thence southerly following the said westerly 
boundary of Bav-\'iew Avenue 1 ,087 feet, 3 inches 
to a wooden peg planted at the intersection of a 
fence; 

Thence westerly in a straight line and following 
the said fence line a distance of 3,081 feet, 
5 inches to a wooden peg planted on the easterly 
boundary- of the Canadian National Railway 
distant 1,156 feet, 3 inches in a southeasterly 
direction to the place of beginning. 

2. Beginning at a wooden peg planted on the 
westerly boundary of the Canadian National 
Railway right-of-way at the intersection of the 
southerly limit of Lot 99 according to a Plan 
registered in the Land Registr>- Ofl&ce for the 
Registry Divisicm of Toronto Boroughs and 
York South (No. 64) as Number 2386; 

Thence westerly following the southerly limit of 
the said Plan 2386 a distance of 2,063 feet, 
8 inches to an iron post planted at the inter- 
section of the westerly boundary of Church 
Street as shown on the said Plan ; 

Thence southerly along an existing fence line 68 
feet, 1 1 "/j inches to a wooden p^ ; 

Thence westerly along an existing fence line 
334 feet, 1 1 inches to a wooden peg planted on 
the easterly boundary of Yonge Street ; 

Thence southerly following the easterly boundary 
of Yonge Street a distance of 781 feet. 10 inches 
to the northwesterly angle of the lands described 
in roistered Deed No. 16642 ; 

Thence easterly along the fence Une forming the 
northerly limit of the said conveyed lands 549 
feet, 6 inches to the northeasterly angle 
thereof ; 

Thence southerly along the fence line forming the 
easterly Umit of the said conveyed lands 240 feet 
to the southeasterly angle thereof ; 

Thence easterly in a straight Une and following 
the said fence line a distance of 2,3% feet to a 
wooden peg planted in the westerly botmdary of 
Canadian National Railway distant 1,152 feet, 
3 inches in a southwesterly directi<Hi to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 439/78, s. 2. 

W. D. McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of June, 1978. 
(8836) 25 



933 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 44t/78. 

Restricted Areas — ^Tbe Regional Muni- 
cipality of Ottawa-Carleton, Town- 
ship of Marlborough (now Township 
of Rideau). 

Made— June 7th, 1978. 

Filed— June 9th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 529/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario R^ulation 529/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 



29. Notwithstanding any other {M'ovision of this 
Order, the land described in Scheduk 59 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dweUing and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum front yard 25 feet 

Minimum side yards 10 feet cm each side 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 20 jjer cent 

Minimum floor area of 



dwelling 

Maximum height of 
dwelling 

Minimum elevation 



1 ,000 square feet 

two and one-half storeys 

No building intended for 
human habitation shall 
be designed, constructed 
or located in such a way 
as to permit the entry 
of flood waters below the 
level of 287.5 feet, Can- 
adian Geodetic Datimi. 

O. Reg. 440/78. s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 59 

That piarcel of land situate in that part of the 
Township of Rideau in The Regional Municipality of 



2812 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Ottawa-Carleton that on the 31st day of December, 
1973 was in the Township of Marlborough, being 
composed of that part of Lot 4 in Broken Front 
Concession designated as Part 1 on a Reference Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Carleton (No. 4) as Number 
5R-641. O. Reg. 440/78, s. 2. 



O. Reg. 440/78 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of June, 1978. 
(8837) 25 



934 



O. Reg. 441/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 442/78 2917 

Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July Ist, 1978 



THE RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT 
OF MAINTENANCE ORDERS ACT 



O. Reg. 441/78. 

Reciprocating States. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 12th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 771 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT 

OF MAINTENANCE ORDERS ACT 

1. Paragraph 2 of the Schedule to Regulation 
771 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 504/72, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
29/75, subsection 1 of section 1 of Ontario 



Regulation 


922/75, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


125/76, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


126/77, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


433/77, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


820/77, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


933/77, 


section 




of 


Ontario 



Regulation 146/78 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 209/78, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following subparagraph: 



xiv. Nebraska 



(8857) 



26 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 442/78. 
Construction Zones. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 12th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 411 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 411 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 



67. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 2 in the County of Middlesex lying between 
a point situate 120 metres measured westerly from 
its intersection with Middlesex County Road No. 3 
in the Township of Delaware and a point situate 
at its intersection with the line between lots 21 
and 22 in Range 1 N.L.R. in the Township of 
Caradoc. (W.P. 41-66-30) (D.2). 

2. Schedule 44 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

95. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 11 in the Town of Bracebridge in Macaulay 
Ward in The District Municipality of Muskoka 
lying between a pwint situate at its intersection 
with the line between concessions 4 and 5 and a 
f)oint situate at its intersection with the line between 
concessions 7 and 8. (W.P. 32-77-01) (D.ll). 

3. Schedule 107 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 124 in the Territorial District of Parry Sound 
lying between a jwint situate at its intersection 
with the line between concessions 10 and 11 in the 
Township of McKellar and a point situate at its 
intersection with Secondary Highway No. 520 in 
the Township of Hagerman. (Contract 77-128) 
(D.ll). 

4. Schedule 251 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 10 of Ontario Regulation 609/75, 
is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 117 in the Town of Bracebridge in Macaulay 
Ward in The District Municipality of Muskoka 
lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the line between lots 13 and 14 in concessions 
6 and 7 and a point situate at its intersection with 
that part of the King's Highway known as No. 11. 
(W.P. 32-77-01) (D.ll). 

J. W. Snow 

Minister of Transportation and 

Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of June, 1978. 

(8858) 26 



935 



2918 O. Reg. 443/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 444/78 



THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ACT 

O. Reg, 443/78. 

Transfer of Administration of Acts. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 12th, 1978. 



O.C. 1683/78 

Copy of an Order-in-Council approved by Her 
Honour the Lieutenant Governor, dated the 7th 
day of June, A.D. 1978. 

The Committee of Council have had under con- 
sideration the report of the Honourable the Treasurer 
of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Inter- 
governmental Affairs, wherein he states that. 

Whereas subsection 1 of section 4 of The Executive 
Council Act, as amended, provides that notwith- 
standing The Legislative Assembly Act, any of the 
powers and duties that have been heretofore or may 
be hereafter assigned by law to any Minister of 
the Crown may from time to time by Order-in- 
Council be assigned and transferred either for a 
limited period or otherwise to any other Minister 
by name or otherwise; 

And Whereas subsection c of section 1 of The 
Ontario Land Corporation Act, 1974, provides that 
"Minister" means the member of the Executive 
Council to whom the administration of this Act is 
assigned by the Lieutenant Governor in Council; 



And Whereas by Order-in-Council numbered 
O.C.-722/75, filed on the 12th day of March, 1975, 
the Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics 
and Intergovernmental Affairs was designated as 
Minister under The Ontario Land Corporation Act, 
1974, for the purpose of administering that Act ; 

And Whereas it is now expedient that the 
administration of The Ontario Land Corporation 
Act, 1974, and the powers and duties under that 
Act be transferred to the Minister of Housing; 

The Honourable the Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental 
Affairs therefore recommends as follows: 

1. That the administration of The Ontario 
Land Corporation Act, 1974, be transferred 
from the Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics and Intergovernmental 
Affairs to the Minister of Housing. 

The Committee of Council concur in the recom- 
mendation of the Honourable the Treasurer of 
Ontario and Minister of Economics and Inter- 
governmental Affairs and advise that the same be 
acted on. O. Reg. 443/78. 



Certified, 



R. A. Farrell 
Deputy Clerk, Executive Council 



(8859) 



26 



THE MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

O. Reg. 444/78. 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. 
Made— June 8th, 1978. 
Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND ONTARIO REGULATION 474/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

1. — (1) Item 1 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 474/76 is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 



Brant 



Township of Burford 
Township of Oakland 



936 



O. Reg. 444/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 445/78 2919 



(2) Item 21 of the said Schedule 1, as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 223/78, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



21. 



Simcoe 



City of Orillia 
Town of Alliston 
Town of Bradford 
Town of Stayner 
Town of Wasaga Beach 
Village of Beeton 
Village of Cookstown 
Village of Creemore 
Village of Elmvale 
Village of Port McNicoll 
Village of Tottenham 
Village of Victoria Harbour 
Township of Adjala 
Township of Essa 
Township of Flos 
Township of Innislil 
Township of Mara 
Township of Matchedash 
Township of Medonte 
Township of Nottawasaga 
Township of Orillia 
Township of Oro 
Township of Rama 
Township of Sunnidale 
Township of Tecumseth 
Township of Tosorontio 
Township of Vespra 
Township of West Gwillimbury 



W. D. McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of June, 1978. 



(8861) 



26 



THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
THE COUNTY COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 445/78. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace and Sittings of the County 
Court for the Judicial District of 
Peel. 

Made— June 12th, 1978. 

Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
THE COUNTY COURTS ACT 

In The Matter Of The General Sessions Act, and 
of The County Courts Act; and 

In The Matter Of the sittings of the General 
Sessions of the Peace and of the sittings of the 
County Court for the trial of issues of fact and 
assessment of damages with or without a jury, 
for the Judicial District of Peel. 



ORDER 



It is ordered that the sittings of the court of 
general sessions of the peace and sittings of the 
county and district courts for the trial of issues 
of fact and assessment of damages with or without 
a jury for the Judicial District of Peel shall be held 
on the dates shown hereunder: 

General Sessions of the Peace 



Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 
Monday, 

Civil Jury 
Monday, 



September 11 
September 25 
October 16 
October 23 
October 30 
November 6 
November 20 
December 4 
December 11 
December 18 



November 20 



937 



2920 O. Reg. 445/78 

Civil Non-Jury 

Tuesday, September 5 
Tuesday, October 10 
Monday, November 20 
Monday, December 18 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 447/78 

THE RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 447/78. 

Definitions by Minister. 

Made— May 12th, 1978. 

Filed— June 13th, 1978. 
O. Reg. 445/78. 



W. E. C. Colter 

Chief Judge of the County 

and District Courts of the Counties 

and Districts of Ontario 

Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, this 12th day of June, 
1978. 



(8862) 

THE LAND SPECULATION TAX ACT, 
1974 

O. Reg. 446/78. 

Exempt Dispositions to Mortgage 

Insurers. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



26 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE LAND SPECULATION TAX ACT, 1974 

EXEMPT DISPOSITIONS TO MORTGAGE 
INSURERS 

\. Where, 

(a) a mortgagee of designated land has insured 
the risk of loss on the mortgage with an 
insurer licensed to carry on business in 
Canada ; 

{b) that mortgagee has, as a result of default 
by the mortgagor of such mortgage, 
acquired by way of final order or judg- 
ment of foreclosure or by a conveyance 
from the mortgagor the designated land 
affected by the mortgage insured ; and 

(c) that mortgagee, who has so acquired the 
designated land, disposes of it to the 
insurer of the mortgage in consideration 
for no greater amount than the proceeds 
of insurance payable under the contract 
of insurance, 

such disposition is exempt from the tax imposed 
by the Act. O. Reg. 446/78, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of January, 1977. O. Reg. 
446/78, s. 2. 



(8863) 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 784 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 



1970 



1 . Section 1 of Regulation 784 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by 
Ontario Regulations 475/71, 332/74, 819/75, 
794/76 and 893/77, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 

19. "farm implements", "farm machinery" 
and "farm equipment" as used in para- 
graph 12 of subsection 1 of the said section 
5 includes all implements, machinery and 
equipment designed for farm use but does 
not include structures such as barns, 
greenhouses or silos or the following classes 
of tangible personal property : 

all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles 

ammunition 

automobiles and parts 

automotive trailers 

building hardware 

building materials 

calcium chloride 

domestic refrigerators 

household equipment 

lawn mowers 

light bulbs 

lighting plants 

lubricating oil and grease 

lumber 

paint 

pipes for home use 

returnable containers (such as milk cans, 

hampers, etc., that remain the property 

of the farmer) 
trucks and parts 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 8th day of March, 
1978. 



LORNE MaECK 

Minister of Revenue 



Dated at Toronto, this 1 2th day of May, 1978. 



26 (8864) 

938 



26 



O. Reg. 448/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 450/78 2921 



THE RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 448/78. 

General. 

Made— June 7th, 1978. 

Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 785 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO. 
I MADE UNDER 

THE RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 



1970 



— (1) Paragraph 24 of section 1 of Regulation 
785 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 
is revoked. 



(2) Paragraph 25 of the said section 1 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



25. "farming" includes, 

(i) tillage of the soil for the purpose 
of growing sod, trees, shrubs, bushes, 
seeds and seedlings, flowers, flowers 
for use as cut flowers, plants and 
bulbs from which plants or flowers 
may be grown, 

(11) breeding of fur-bearing animals for 
the purpose of seUing their jjelts: 
and 

(HI) propagation and cultivation of 
plants within a hothouse, green- 
house or other enclosed structure 
designed for the protection of plants ; 



(3) Paragraph 46 of the said section 1 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

46. "person engaged in the business of farm- 
ing" means a person who produces tangible 
personal property exempt from tax under 
paragraph 13 or 18 of subsection 1 of 
section 5 of the Act, but while such person, 
in the ordinary- course of such business, 
sells tangible personal property other than 
property exempt under those paragraphs, 
he shall not be regarded as a person 
engaged in the business of farming and 
shall hold the permit required by section 3 
of the Act; 



2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 8th day of March, 
1978. 



(8865) 



THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 449/78. 
Designations — Miscellaneous, 

Southern Ontario. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 394 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 

HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

1. Schedule 117 to Regulation 394 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 406 71, and 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
537/73 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
927/76, is further amended by adding at the 
end thereof: 

"except those portions of the above-mentioned 
highway closed by an Order in Council numbered 
OC-277'4/77, dated the 5th day of October. 1977 
and shown as Parts 3 and 4 on Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications Plan P-5074-102 
and those portions of the said highway closed by 
an Order in Council numbered OC-2931/77, dated 
the 26th day of October, 1977 and shown as Parts 
1, 2, 3 and 4 on Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications Plan P-5074-103." 

2. Schedule 163 to the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
724/74, is revoked. 



(8866) 



26 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 450/78. 

Speed Limits on Bridges. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 431 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1970 



1. Regulation 431 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is revoked. 



26 (8867) 

939 



26 



2922 O. Reg. 451/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 453/78 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 451/78. 

Speed Limits. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 429 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1970 



1. Paragraph 5 of Part 5 of Schedule 6 to 
Regulation 429 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



County of 
Huron — 

Twp. of 
Tuckersmith 



5. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 4 in the Township of 
Tuckersmith in the County of Huron 
Ijang between a point situate 310 
metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the southerly limits 
of a roadway known as County Road 
No. 12 and a point situate 310 metres 
measured northerly from its intersec- 
tion with the northerly limits of the 
said County Road No. 12. 



2. Paragraph 21 of Part 9 of Schedule 17 to 
the said Regulation, as made by subsection 7 
of section 3 of Ontario Regulation 1046/75, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 



21. 
District of 
Cochrane — 

Twf)s. of 
Bowman and 
Glackmeyer 



That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 11 in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane lying between a 
point situate 366 metres measured 
westerly from its intersection with the 
westerly limit of the road allowance 
between lots 4 and 5 in Concession 6 
in the Township of Bowman and a 
point situate 366 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with 
the southerly limit of the King's High- 
way known as No. 579 in the Town- 
ship of Glackmeyer. 



3.— (1) Paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of Part 1 of 
Schedule 102 to the said Regulation are 
revoked. 



(2) Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of Part 4 of the said 
Schedule 102 are revoked. 

(3) Paragraph 1 of Part 7 of the said Schedule 
102 is revoked. 

(4) Paragraph 2 of Part 7 of the said Schedule 
102, as made by subsection 2 of section 8 
of Ontario Regulation 692/76, is revoked. 



4. Paragraph 1 of Part 8 of Schedule 125 to 
the said Regulation, as remade by subsec- 
tion 2 of section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
934/75, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



1. 
Municipality 
of 

Metropolitan 
Toronto — 

Borough of 
North York 

County of 

Simcoe 

Twp. of Vespra 



(8868) 



That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 400 lying between a 
point situate at its intersection with 
the roadway known as Jane Street 
in the Borough of North York in 
The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto and a point situate 1,200 
metres measured northerly along the 
northbound lane from its intersection 
with the centre line of the structure 
over Willow Creek in the Township 
of Vespra in the County of Simcoe. 



26 



THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
WATERLOO ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 452/78. 

Order of the Minister. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 13th, 1978. 



ORDER MADE UNDER 

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 

WATERLOO ACT, 1972 

ORDER 

1. Upon the recommendation of the Treasurer 
of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Inter- 
governmental Affairs, it is ordered, under subsec- 
tion 3b of section 3 of the Act, that on and after 
the 1st day of December, 1978, the eight members 
who represent the City of Kitchener on the Regional 
Council shall be elected by the council of the City 
of Kitchener. O. Reg. 452/78, s. 1. 



(8869) 



26 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 453/78. 

Metropolitan Toronto, Borough of 

Etobicoke. 
Made— June 13th, 1978. 
Filed— June 14th, 1978. 



940 



O. Reg. 453/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2923 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 478 73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph v of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 478 73. as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 90/ 74, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(v) That portion of Lot A lying north of the 
southerly hmit of the Ontario Hydro right 
of way, those portions of lots B, C. D and 
E lying north of Rathbum Road, and 
Lot F, all in the Concession fronting on 
the River Etobicoke, excepting therefrom 
the following: 



1. Those parts of lots E and F and that 
part of the road allowance between the 
said lots E and F in a range with 
Concession II, north of Dundas Street, 
being those parts designated as Parts 1 , 
2 and 3 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Toronto and York 
(No. 66) as Number 66R-8678. 

W. D. McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of June, 1978. 

(8885) 26 



941 



2924 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 455/78. 

Textbooks. 

Made— April 12th, 1978. 
Approved — ^June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 14th, 1978. 



O. Reg. 455/78 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

TEXTBOOKS 

1. In this Regulation, a publisher code listed in Column 1 of the following Table refers to the 
publisher set opposite thereto in Column 2 of the following Table : 

TABLE 



COLUMN 1 



COLUMN 2 



Item 



Publisher Code 



Publisher 



1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 

5. 
6. 

7. 



9. 



10. 



Addison-Wesley 

Allyn and Bacon 

Anansi 

Aviation Publishers 

Beauchemin 
Boddington Music 

Book Society 



8. Brault & Bouthillier 



Butterworth 



Centre Educatif et 
Culturel 



Addison-Wesley (Canada) 
Limited 

Allyn and Bacon, Canada 
Ltd. 

The House of Anansi Press 
Limited 

Aviation Publishers Co. 
Ltd. 

Librairie Beauchemin Lt6e . 

Boddington Music 
Publications Ltd. 

The Book Society of Canada 
Limited 

Brault & Bouthillier 
Limit^e 

Butterworth & Co. (Canada) 
Limited 



Centre Educatif et Culturel 
Inc. 



942 



O. Reg. 455 78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2925 



COLUMN 1 



COLUMN 2 



Publisher Code 



Publisher 



Le Centre Pedagogique 
Clarke, Irwin 
Collier-Macmillan 

Copp Clark 

Dent 

Didier 

Doubleday 

E. fc T. Books 

Editions Aquila 

Editions Aries 

Editions de 

1 'University d' Ottawa 

Editions du B16 

Editions Ecole Active 

Editions F.I.C. 

Hditions FM 

Editions Fides 

Les Editions Fran^aises 

Editions France- 
Quebec 

Editions HRW 



Le Centre P6dagogique 

Clarke, Irwin & Co. Ltd. 

Collier-Macmillan Canada 
Ltd. 

Copp Clark Publishing 

J. M. Dent & Sons (Canada) 
Ltd. 

Marcel Didier (Canada) 
Ltge. 

Doubleday Canada Ltd. 

E. & T. Books Ltd. 

Editions Aquila Liinit^e 

Les Editions Aries Inc. 

Les Editions de 1' University 
d • Ottawa 

Les Editions du Bl^ 

Les Editions Ecole Active 

Editions F.I.C. 

Les Editions F.M. 

Les Editions Fides 

Les Editions Fran<;ai8e8 Inc. 

Les Editions France-Quebec Inc. 

Les Editions HRW Lt§e. 



943 



2926 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 455/78 



COLUMN 1 



COLUMN 2 



Item 



Publisher Code 



Publisher 



30 

il 

32 

33, 

34, 

35, 

36, 

37, 

38, 

39, 

40, 
41. 
42. 

43. 

44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 



Editions lOMA 

i;ditions du Jour 

Editions Julienne 

Editions Lemgac 

Editions Lidec 

Editions P^dagogia 

Editions Pro jets 

Editions du Renouveau 
Pedagogique 

Editions Sciences et 
Culture 

Educational Progress 



lilncycloxjaedia 
Britannica 

Douglas Fisher 



Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

GLC 
Gage 

General Publishing 

Ginn 
Globe/Modern 



Les Editions lOMA Inc. 

Editions du Jour Inc. 

Les Editions Julienne 

Editions LemSac Inc. 

Editions Lidec Inc. 

Editions P^dagogia Inc. 

Les Editions Projets Inc. 

Editions du Renouveau 
P6dagogique Inc. 

Editions Sciences et Culture 
Inc. 

Educational Progress Company 
Limited 

Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Publications Limited 

Douglas Fisher Publishers 
Co. Ltd. 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Limited 

GLC Publishers Ltd. 

Gage Educational Publishing 
Limited 

General Publishing Company 
Limited 

Ginn and Company 

Globe/Modern Curriculum 
Press 



944 



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I tern 



48. 

49. 

50. 
51. 
52. 

53. 

54. 
55. 

56. 

57. 

58. 
59. 
60. 

61. 

62. 
63. 
64. 

65. 

66. 



Publisher Code 



Gouvernement du Quebec 
Minis tdre de I'Educatior 

Granger Freres 

Griffin House 

Gu^rin 

Guidance Centre 

Guinness Publishing 

Heath 

Holt 

Houghton Mifflin 

House of Grant 

Hurtig 

Hurtubise HMH 

Institut de Recherches 
Psychologiques 

Jarman Publications 

Kebekedit 

Longman 

Longpr^-Dessureault 

Jeimes Lorimer 

Maclean-Hunter Learning 
Mfltprifll s 



COLUMN 2 



Publisher 



Gouvernement du Quebec 

MinistSre de 1' Education 

Granger FrSres Lt§e. 

Griffin House 

Gu^rin Editeur Limit^e 

Guidance Centre, Faculty of 
Education, University of 
Toronto 

Guinness Publishing Limited 

D. C. Heath Canada Limited 

Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
of Canada Limited 

Houghton Mifflin Canada 
Ltd. 

House of Grant (Canada) 
Ltd. 

Hurtig Publishers 

Editions Hurtubise-HMH Lt^e. 

Institut de Recherches 
Psychologiques, Inc. 

Jarman Publications Ltd. 

Kebekedit 

Longman Canada Limited 

Longpr^-Dessureault, 
#diteurs 

James Lorimer and Company 

Maclean-Hunter Learning 

Ma1-Pr 1 a 1 s Company 



945 



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COLUMN 1 



COLUMN 2 



Item 



Publisher Code 



Publisher 



67. Macmillan 



68. La Maison de 
1 ' Education 

69. Peter Martin 



70. McClelland & Stewart 

71. McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

72. Merlan Scientific 

73. Charles E. Merrill 

74. Methuen 

75. Mondia 

76. Moyer Vice 

77. Nature Method 

78. NC Press 

79. Thomas Nelson 

80. New Press 

81. O.I.S.E. 

82. Oxford 

83. Pitman 

84. Prentice-Hall 



The Macmillan Company of 
Canada Limited 

La Maison de 1* Education 



Peter Martin Associates 
Ltd. 

McClelland and Stewart 
Limited 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Limited 

Merlan Scientific Ltd. 

Charles E. Merrill 
Publishing 

Methuen Publications 

Mondia Distribution Inc. 

Moyer Vico Corporation 

The Nature Method Language 
Institutes 

NC Press 

Thomas Nelson & Sons 
(Canada) Limited 

New Press 

The Ontario Institute for 
Studies in Education 

Oxford University Press 

Pitman Publishing 

Prentice-Hall of Canada 
Limited. 



946 



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COLUMN 1 



COLUMN 2 



Item 



Publisher Code 



Publisher 



85. 

86. 
87. 

88. 
89. 

90. 

91. 

92. 
93. 

94. 
95. 

96. 

97. 

98. 

99. 

100. 

101. 



Les Presses de 1* Uni- 
versity Laval 

Random House 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Le Sablier 

Scholar's Choice 

Scholastic-Tab 

SRA 

Somabec 

Sumner Publishing 

Tantalus Research 
Thalassa 

Gordon V. Thompson 

University of Toronto 
Press 

Van Nostrand 

Waterloo Music 

Wiley 

Yale 



Les Presses de 1* University 
Laval 

Random House of Canada Ltd. 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Le Sablier Inc. 

Scholar's Choice Limited 

Scholastic-Tab Publications 
Ltd. 

Science Research Associates 
(Canada) Limited 

Somabec Lt^e. 

Sumner Publishing and 
Printing Co. 

Tantalus Research Ltd. 

Thalassa Publication 
Limited 

Gordon V. Thompson Ltd. 

University of Toronto 
Press 

Van Nostrand Reinhold Ltd. 

Waterloo Music Co. Ltd. 

John Wiley and Sons Canada 
Limited 

The Yale Book Company Ltd. 



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for use in the division that is set opposite thereto in Column 2 of the following Table : 

TABLE 



Item 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 


1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 


Schedule 1 
Schedule 2 
Schedule 3 
Schedule 4 


Primary Division 
Junior Division 
Intermediate Division 
Senior Division 



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Schedule 1 
TEXTBOOKS FOR THE PaiSABY DIVISION 



2931 



TITLE 

1. Adventures Id Reading 1 

2. Adventures in Reading 2 

3. Introducing English 1 
H. Inctoducing English 2 

5. Introducing English 3 

6. Adventure Trails 

7. Adventures with Mac 

8. All About lie! 

9. Alone Is No Fun 

1D. Antroba Ant Goes into Action 

11. Around Another Corner 

12. 3arker the Seal 

13. Benind the Scenes 

14. The Best of Eneaies 

15. dldcicout 

16. aidst Off! 

17. boys' and Girls* First 

Dictionary 

18. dunile of Sticks 

19. Carnival 

20. Cartwheels 

21. Catch a Firefly 

22. Cniriey the Mouse Finds 

Caristmas 

23. rhi Chocolate Chip Hystecy 
2U. Clever San 

25. Close-Up 

26. Clowning Around 

27. Coi&Dunication 1 
2S. Deep Sea Smile 

29. Deat*s Prinary Dictionary, 

Level 1 
3C. Dent's Priaary Dictionary, 

Level 2 

31. Dent's Speller, Book 2 

32. Dent's Speller, Book 3 

33. Detective Gane 

34. Developing Comprehension in 

Reading 2 

35. Developing Comprehension in 

Reading 3A 

36. Developing Comprehension in 

Reading 3B 

37. Developing Language Skills 3 
33. Doctor Mary's Animals 

39. Sliie Sells Fish 
4D. Fduc/ Free 

41. finders Keepers 

42. First Prize for Mr. Hugs 

43. Fish Head 

44. Flignts Near and Far, rev. 

ed. 

45. Fi/iag Free 

46. fi/i.-io Start 

_ -:•.: r.:-»o- Learn Kit I 



PUBLISHER CODE 

Editions Lidec 

Editions Lidec 

Editions HRH 

Editions HRU 

Editions HRW 

Dent 

Holt 

Ginn 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Heath 

Thomas Nelson 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Copp Clark 

Ginn 
Ginn 
Gage 
Ginn 
Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Ginn 

Heath 

Hacmillan 

Ginn 

Dent 

Dent 

Dent 
Dent 
Ginn 
Dent 

Dent 

Dent 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Heath 

Heath 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Thomas Nelson 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Holt 

Gage 

Gage 



949 



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47. 


Ply 




Le. 




(S 


US. 


Pol 


49. 


For 


50. 


FUQ 


51. 


Pun 


52. 


Gia 


53. 


Gil 


54. 


Sin 


55. 


Gol 


56. 


Goo 


57. 


Sru 


58. 


Haa 


59. 


Ham 


60. 


Han 


61. 


Hap 


62. 


Hap 


63. 


Uea 


64. 


Hec 


65. 


Her 




Mi 


66. 


Hie 


67. 


Hid 


6U. 


Hiij 


b'i. 


ilo|' 


7C. 


I J, 


71. 


1 C 


72. 


I Z. 


73. 


In 


74. 


In 


75. 


In 


76. 


Ini 




1 


77. 


Int 


7S. 


Is 


79. 


Jus 


80. 


JUi' 


rtl. 


Kit 


42. 


Kit 


d3. 


Laa 


84. 


Lea 


85. 


Lee 


86. 


Lee 




th 


87. 


Let 


83. 


Lis 


89. 


Lis 


90. 


Lon 




2a 


91. 


Lon 




2u 


92. 


Mac 




bo 


93. 


The 




Se 


94. 


Mag 




1 


95. 


Mag 




2 


96. 


rh* 


97. 


Ma J 



ing Start 

arning-to-Learn Kit II 
enior) , 2nd ed. 
low Me 

Me 

with Tip 
ny Surprises 
nt Steps 
ligan nilligan 
ger's Upstairs Pet 
den Trails, rev. ed. 
dnight Painted Pony 
mpkin the Pumpkin 
ish Hamster 
mer and Tongs 
d and Glove 
py Days For Nr. Hugs 
py Hours 
ds and Tails 
cules Vast the SnowBan 
e Comes Mirium the 
xed-Up Witch 
kory Hollow ABC 
e-and-Seek. 
gleby^s House 
scotch 
d a 3 p»i 11 A 
an Spell B 
an Spell C 
a Dark Wood 
The Sain 
the Sun 
tial Reading Charts* Level 

o Wonderland 

Anybody Listening? 

t for Fun 

t for Me 

tens and Bears (1977) 

tens and Bears (1970) 

ghing Letters, rev. ed. 

pf rog 
Wong, Boy Detective 
Wong and the fiiddle of 

e Smiling Man 

•s Take a Vote 

tening Letters, rev. ed. 

tening Tree 

gjian Spelling Mastery 2, 

d ed. 

gman Spelling Mastery 3, 

d ud. 

iuillan. Spelling Series, 

OK. 2 

Macmillan Spelling 
ries. Book 3, rev. ed. 
ic and Make-Believe, Book 

ic and Make-Believe, Book 

Magic Fife 
ic Letters, rev. ed. 



Gage 



Gage 




Gage 




Dent 




Thomas 


Nelson 


Dent 




SRA 




Thomas 


Nelson 


Holt 




Thomas 


Nelson 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Ginn 




Heath 




Heath 




Ginn 




Macmillan 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Gage 




Ginn 




Gage 




Heath 




Heath 




Heath 




Ginn 




Ginn 




Ginn 




Ginn 




Macmillan 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Ginn 




Gage 




Thomas 


Nelson 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Holt 




Gage 




Thomas 


Nelson 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Heath 




Holt 




Ginn 




Longman 


Longman 


Macmillan 


Macmillan 


Thomas 


Nelson 


Thomas 


Nelson 



McGraw-Hill Byerson 
Holt 



950 



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2933 



98. Bagic Seasons 

99. aa^'ic Story-Box 

130. roe .lagical Adventures of 
Pierre 

101. aake-3elieve Tine 

102. naryon Haices Shapes 

103. Meet Hr . Hugs 
lOU. Meet Ky Pals 
lOSi. Mighty Hunter 

136. Miss Styck the Nut Doll 
107. Mitzi's Magic Garden 
103. aixed-'Jp Magic 

109. Moon Shiny Might 

110. Mr. Mugs 

111. Mr. Mugs - A Jet-Pet 

112. Mr. Mugs and The Blue ihale 

113. Mr. Mugs At School 

114. dr. Mugs Is Lost! 

115. Mr. Mugs Plays Ball 

116. Mr. Whiskers 

117. Mugs Scores! 

118. Mugs Starts School 

119. Mugs To The Rescue 

120. My First Book 

121. My Picture Dictionary 

122. My Second Picture Dictionary 

123. My «jri-My World 
12U. Myra Builds a House 

125. Nelson Easy Venture Books: 

Have Tou Ever Seen a 
Monster?; The Witch Who 
Fargot: Leo Lion Paints It 
tied; Colour My horld; How 
Pedro Got His Naae; The 
Gaost Said BOO!; Percy the 
Parrot Yelled Quiet! 

126. Nerf Adventures 

127. Noraie's Goose Hunt 
123. Noraie's Moose Hunt 
12^. On My Way 

130. On Iree Top Hill 

131. Once upon a Tiae 

132. Oosps Splash! 

133. Open Wide 

134. Out and Away 

135. Pals and Pets 

136. Peek in. Please 

137. Percy the Parrot Passes the 

Puck 
136. Percy the Parrot Strikes Cut 
139. Pets and Puppets (1977) 
laO. Pets and Puppets (1970) 
1U1. PicKety Fence 
lu^. Poeas for Magic Seasons 

143. Professor Bluster's Magic 

iiaow 

144. Prograaaed Reading Kit 1 
1<*5. Prograaaed Reading Kit 2 

146. Pu^py Love 

147. itdinoow Letters 
14g. aei^y for Take-Off 
14*. aijky aide 



Iboaas Nelson 
Thoaas Nelson 
Ihcaas Nelson 

Thcaas Nelson 

Heath 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Thoaas Nelson 

Thoaas Nelson 

Thoaas Nelson 

Thoaas Nelson 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Thoaas lelson 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

McGraw-Hill Byerson 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Bock Society 

Heath 

Thoaas Nelson 



HcGrav-Hill Byerson 

Copp Clark 

Copp Clark 

McGraw-Hill Byerson 

Dent 

Macaillan 

Ginn 

Heath 

Gage 

Ginn 

Gicn 

Thoaas Nelson 

Thoaas Nelson 

Thoaas Nelson 

Thoaas Nelson 

Ginn 

Thoaas Nelson 

Thoaas Nelson 

Gage 

Gage 

Thoaas Nelson 

Holt 

Heath 

saA 



951 



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A Word Attack 
Compreheosicn 

rev. ed. 



150. a OS Ice ts Away! 

151. Saturday Magic 

152. Scared Sarah 

153. Scaoolhouse: 

Sitiils Kit 

154. Schoolnouse: 

Pi tterns 

155. See Me Go 

156. Sharing Time 

157. Silver Steps, 
lijb. oiajiri^ Water 
15:^. S/Ci^ Along 
1t)C. Sicy Diver 

161. Small 3lue Bead 

162. Soaersaults 

163. Soaethinq Wonderful 

164. Spelling in Language Arts, 

Bjoic 2 

165. Spelling in Language kzts. 

Book. 3 

166. Spelling in Language Arts 2» 

rev. ed. 

167. Spelling in Language Arts 3, 

L^v, ed. 

168. Starting Points in Language P 

Primary 
Mii . Starting Points in Reading A, 

first dook 
17-0. Starting Points in Reading A, 

Second Book 

171. Stop! It's a Birthday 

172. Stories to Study 1, Book A 

173. Stories to Study 1, Book E 

174. Stories to Study 2, Book A 

175. Stories to Study 2, Book B 

176. StCdJ berry Emergency 

177. Surprise! Surprise! 

178. Switch on the Night 
17 9. Tdice a Poek 

loO. rajce One 

181. ralciua Off! 

182. The 13th Floor: Small Talk; 

Uroaning Ups; Shortstop; 
Turkey Pops 

183. Topsy-Turvy 

184. roy-8ox 

185. The Toy-box, 

186. The Toy-box, 

187. Treasure Chest 
189. Treat Street 

189. Treats and Treasures, 

190. Treats and Treasures, 

191. Jnicorn Magic 

192. Unlucky Day at Camp How-Ja-Do 

193. Jp the Beanstalk 
1^4. Mhat a Oog! 

195. Whit Do You Think of That? 

aad Other Stories 
1^6. WaioKers 
197. Who Ever Heard of a Tiger in 

a Tree 
"f.. •i.-. ;i. of Wonder, r*^v. ed. 



Book 
Book 



One 

Two 



Book 
Book 



Ginn 

Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
SRA 

SRA 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Ginn 

Holt 

Ginn 

Gage 

SRA 

Ginn 

Gage 

Ginn 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Thomas Nelson 

Gage 

Gage 

Gage 

Gage 

SRA 

Thomas Nelson 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Heath 

Ginn 

Hethuen 



Ginn 

Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Ginn 
Ginn 
Gage 

Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 



Hjlt 



952 



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2935 



199, 

200. 
201, 

202. 
203. 
20u, 

205. 
206. 

207. 



208. 
209. 
210. 
211. 
212. 
213. 
214. 
215. 
2lf>. 
217. 

213. 
219. 
22C. 
221. 
222. 
223. 

22a. 
225. 
226. 
227, 

22d. 
229. 
230. 
231. 
232. 
^3i. 
234. 
235, 
23b. 
237. 
^3?, 
2.3i . 
2uC. 

241. 

242. 

^4J, 

244, 
i45, 
.L4r, , 



The ilinston Primary 

Dictionary, rev. ed. 
dish Me Well 
bonder Time 

■ ord Faiaily Spellers, Bock 2 
rfoid Fiojiiy Spellers, Book 3 
Words to Use: A Primary 

Ihesaur as 
irforms for Sale 
UOi^cdt and the Russian Blue 

Pr ince 
Apprendre a parler en 

ricontant: Chantal et 

Nicolas 
Bien lire et aimer lire 
Bon jour copains! 
Coin lecture 2 
Coin lecture 3 
Coin lecture U 

Les comptines du Prfi-Sablier 
CoQtes bleus 
Coates et po&mes 
Dt: belles histoires 
Dc id lanque parl§e A la 

iingue ^crite 
Du soleil pour toi 
Les enfants heureux 
II s'appelait Turlututu 
J'aiae lire 
Je dis - Je lis 
Je doute, je cherche, j€ 

trouve 
Je sdis lire, fed. rfev. 
Je veux lire, 2e &d. 
La lecture courante 
La l«=cture sous toutes ses 

formes 1 
L'ic et Martine s'amusent 
Luc et Martine vont 4 l*6cole 
Izjie des saisons 
SesoJiges secrets, bolte 1 
>^essdqes secrets, bolte 2 
.ne^^siqes secrets, bolte 3 
aon leuxieoe livre de lecture 
Won Larousse en images 
aon premier livre de lecture 
n ultimondes 

fv'^ai et Aline - Ire partie 
aJiai et Aline - 2e partie 
La rfeussite en lecture-7 et 8 

a:is 
Li rSussite en lecture-8, 9 

et IC ans 
Ld ronde joyeuse 
L= Sdblier, fran^ais 1 
Le Siblier, fran«;iis 2 
-■e iablier, frar.ijais 3 
>/crs li lecture •. xpressive 
A ji m 1;; p.is! 
.•ii.j.'jas-y ! 

Joaiiierit dire 

J i:»sjns la capucine: Level 1 
( *i •-•♦•u) , :^tory «d . 



Holt 

Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Bock Society 
Book Society 
Gage 

Thomas Nelson 
Thcmas Nelson 

Editions Projets 



Hondia 

Editions Projets 

SBA 

SBA 

SRA 

Le Sablier 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Les Editions Frangaises 

Editions Projets 
Thomas Nelson 
Longprfe-Dessureault 
Editions P&dagogia 
Eook Society 
Beauchemin 

Editions Pfedagogia 

Editions Pftdagogia 

Le Sablier 

Centre Educatif et Culturel 

Editions Projets 

Editions Projets 

Thomas Nelson 

Beauchemin 

Beauchemin 

Beauchemin 

Granger Fr feres 

Les Editions Frangaises 

Granger Frferes 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thonias Nelson 

Lcngprfe-Dessureault 

Longprfe-Dessureault 

Editions Projets 

Le Sablier 

Le Sablier 

Le Sablier 

Le Sablier 

Copp Clark 

Copp Clerk 

Brault & Bouthillier 

Clarke, Irwin 



953 



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251. Oaasons la capucine: Level 2 

(Red) , story ed. 

252. Oaasons la capucine: Level 3 

(Blue) , story ed . 

253. i.e frangais partout: aux yeux 

des petits, rev. ed. 
25U. Le fran^ais partout: petit 
mo Tide 

255. Aritnmo: Equalize 

256. Arithrao: .lanu-factor 

257. Co-bdsal Math, Set 3, SI 

metric 

258. Learaing About Number 

259. ilath-Activity, Part I 
263. Math-Activity, Part II 

261. Math-Activity, Part III 

262. Mathematics, Book Three 

263. Mathways 3, (SI metric) 

264. Metric Mathset 

265. Metric Take-off Pak 

266. Primary Mathset 

267. Project Mathematics Activity 

Kit K-3, SI metric 
26d. Project Mathematics SI Metric 
J 

269. Scaoolhouse: Mathematics 1 

270. Schoolhouse: Mathematics 2, 

(51 metric) 

271. Starting Points in 

Mdtnematics 3, (SI metric) 

272. Tninking Through Mathematics 

7 

273. TninKing Through Mathematics 

d 
27a. Thinking Through Mathematics 
9 

275. irie Measure Length: Primary, 

Book 1 

276. Arithmo: compl^mentaires 

277. Arithmo: facteurs et 

multiples 

278. La math&matigue & 

1' 6i&mentaire 3, SI 

279. Mathfematique 6, fed. SI 

280. Mathfematique 7, fed. SI 

281. La petite fecole: 

math&ndtique 1 

282. La petite fecole: mathfeoatique 

2 

283. L'univers des nombres 3 

284. Songs for Today, Volume Two 

285. Songs for Today, Volume Three 

286. Soagtine 2 

287. Songtime 3 
^88. rredoure Tunes 

289. Lisoas la musique, premier 

livre 
29C. Lisons la musique, deuxi^me 

iivre 

291. Being Healthy 

292. Your Health 

293. Your Health and You 



Clarke, Irvin 

Clarke, Irwin 

Holt 

Holt 

Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Educational Progress 

Gage 

Gage 

Gage 

Gage 

Copp Clark 

Copp Clark 

Gage 

Scholar's Choise 

Gage 

Holt 

Holt 

SRA 
SBA 

Ginn 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 

Dent 

Eeauchemin 
Eeauchemin 

Editions du Renouveau 

Pfedagogique 
Editions HRW 
Editions HRH 
SBA 

SBA 

Editions HRW 

Waterloo Music 

Waterloo Music 

Holt 

Holt 

Clarke, Irwin 

Editions Fides 

Editions Fides 

Doubleday 
Coubleday 
Doubleday 



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294. Une bonne journfie 

295. Ton livre de santfe 

296. Animals 

297. ."laamals of North America 
296. slants 

299. Snow, SI metric ed. 

30G. Weepie People 

301. i^heeis and Things 

3C2. Les chemins de la science 1 

303. Les chemins de la science 2 

39U.. Les chemins de la science 3 

305. Les chemins de la science U 



306. 
3C7. 
308. 

309. 
310. 
311. 

312. 

313. 

31U. 

315. 
316. 
317, 
3rd. 
il.v 
3^:. 
321, 
322. 
3^-3, 

3^4, 

325. 



326, 

327, 
328, 
329, 
330, 



cleaver 

oeaver 
Bei ver 

Tr eaor 
Beaver 
Bern: C 
Canada 

COdiit 

Can dda 

C^nadi 
Canada 

tne PI 
Canada 

Kit 
Can adia 
Down Un 
faaiiie 
The rir 
Tae Let 
Nestum 
The i?oi 
Safari 
Then an 
When Gr 

Kids 
The Wor 
Prints 
Visual 

y.r . Mu<j 
Trar.pol 
Diction 
Prenier 



Hill: spookane Estate 

Hill: The Brambles 

Hill: Travels with Hr 

s 

Hill Audio Visual Kit 

ity in the Mountains 

Close-Up: Coast to 



Close-Up: Je Suis 

en 

Close-Up: People of 

ains 

Close-Up Audio Visual 

n Communities 

der at Barwidgee 

s and Communities 

e Fighter 

ter Carrier 

Asa 

iceman 

to Serowe 

d Now in Frobisher Bay 

andma and Grandpa Here 



Id of Ne: Activity 
1 and 2 and Audio 

Kit 
nds 

s is Kidnapped 
ines 
naire actif Nathan 

dictionnaire Nathan 



Editions Lidec 
Editions Lidec 
Beck Society 
Fitzhenry S Whiteside 
Eook Society 
Hacmillan 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Bock Society 
Editions du Renouveau 

P6dagogique 
Editions du Renouveau 

Pfedagogique 
Editions du Renouveau 

PSdagogigue 
Editions du Renouveau 

Pfedagogique 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Gage 

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HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

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Ginn 

Gage 

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TITLE 

1. Adventures in Beading 1 

2. Adventures in Beading 2 

3. Adventure Awaits 

4. Alone 

5. Anchors Aweigh 

6. lidckpacks and Bumblebees 

7. Beyond the Horizon 

8. breaKthrough 

9. Brown Is the Back of a Toad 

(Reader) 

10. Brown (Is the Back of a Toad) 

Source Book 

11. Canadian Junior Dictionary 

12. The Canadian Teaching 

Dictionary, 2nd ed. 

13. Choices 

lu. Coiamunicdtion 2 

15. Couiuiunication 3 

16. CoJimanicat ion U 

17. Conifflunity 

13. Comprehension Strategies 1 

19. Coaprehension Strategies 2 

20. Coiaprehension Strategies 3 

21. Creative English, Grade 4 

22. Creative English, Grade 5 

23. Creative English, Grade 6 
2'4. Crowds 

25. Dent's Speller, Book U 

26. Dent's Speller, Book 5 

27. Dent's Speller, Book 6 

28. Developing Comprehension in 

Reading -U 

29. Developing Comprehension in 

Reading U 

30. Developing Comprehension in 

Reading -5 

31. Developing Comprehension in 

Reading 5 
S2. Developing Comprehension in 
Redding -6 

33. Developing Comprehension in 

iceading 6 

34. Developing Language Skills U 

35. Developing Language Skills 5 

36. Developing Language Skills 6 

37. Dictionary of Canadian 

English: The Beginning 

Dictionary 
3d. Dcittwood and Dandelions 
39. Encounters 
tiZ. Explorer 1 
•*!. Sxt^lorer 2 
^•2. tXt'lorer 3 
- '. . .; i J J ^ :> 



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4u. Hockey Cards and Hopscotch 
as. Hoi* Many ?liles? (Coabined 
edition of Alone, Together, 
Crowds, and Our World) 

46. I Caa Spell D 

47. In Other Uords: An 

Introductory Thesaurus 
4d. Individualized Beading Skills 
Prograi-Blue 

49. Individualized Beading Skills 

Pcogra»-Green 

50. Individualized Beading Skills 

Prograa-Orange 

51. Individualized Beading Skills 

Prograa-Yellow 

52. International Beading 

Laboratory Illa 

53. Kids Like Os: Click; 

Flashback; Mallpaper; Icips 

54. Kites and Cartwheels 

55. Ihe Language Box 

56. Language Coaes Alive 4 

57. Language Coaes Alive 5 
56. Language Coaes Alive 6 
59. Like the Leaves 

63. Loajaan Spelling Hastery 9 

01. Longaan Spelling Hastery 5 

02. rne .lacaillan Spelling 

Series, Book 4, rev. ed. 

63. Macaillan Spelling Series, 

ooojc 5 

64. aacjtillan Spelling Series, 

Book 6 

65. Heiaon Language Stiaulus 

Prograa Classrooa Kit: Hagic 
Seasons 

66. Heison Language Stiaulas 

Prograa Classrooa Kit: 
Hanspace 

67. Nelson Language Stiaulus 

Prograa Classrooa Kit: 
Hediaaind 

68. Nelson Language Stiaulus 

Prograa Classrooa Kit: 
aultiworlds 

69. New itorlds 

70. Mewslab I 

71. Newslab II 

72. Northern Lights and Fireflies 

73. One banana Step Idea Book 

74. One banana Step... 

75. uue r>otato. Two Potato Idea 

Book 

76. One Potato, Two. Potato. . . 

77. Our ilorld 

78. People Like He (Coabined 

edition of To Becoae a 
Cuaapion, Person to Person* 
Coaaunity, The World Around 
aad Twenty-one Trolls) 

79. person to Person 

HZ. d^iil Awi/: Nelson Reading 
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81. Head Avay: Nelson Beading 

SJcillbook B 

82. Read Away: Nelson Reading 

SitillbooJc C 

83. Reading Progress: A Skills 

Pcogranj 

84. Beady or Not 

85. Ready or Not Idea Book 

86. Red Is the Nose of a Clown 

(Reader) 

87. Red (Is the Nose of a Clown) 

Source Book 

88. Rowboats & Rollerskates 

89. Scaoolhouse: Coaprehension 

Patterns 

90. Scoop: The Newspaper in the 

Classroom 

91. Sleeping Bags and Flying 

Machines 

92. Something to Renenber 

(coubined edition of 
Choices, Encounters, Groups, 
and Wonders) 

93. Spelling in Language Arts, 

Book u 

94. Spelling in Language Arts, 

Book 5 

95. Spelling in Language Arts, 

Book 6 

96. Spelling in Language Arts U, 

rev. ed. 

97. Spelling in Language Arts 5, 

rev, ed. 

98. Spelling in Language Arts 6, 

rev. ed. 

99. Starting Points in Language A 

100. Starting Points in Language B 

101. Starting Points in Language C 

102. Starting Points in Reading A, 

First Book 

103. Starting Points in Reading A, 

Soconi Book 

104. Starting Points in Reading B, 

First Book 

105. Starting Points in Reading B, 

Second Book 

106. Starting Points in Beading C, 

First Book 

107. Starting Points in Beading C, 

Seconl Book 
1C8. Thiaklab 2 

109. lo Become a Champion 

110. Toboggans and Turtlenecks 

111. Together 

112. rweaty-one Trolls 

113. Voyager 1 

114. Voyajer 2 

115. Voya.jer 3 

116. The Winston Canadian 

Dictionary for Schools 

117. r.-it: tiiriSton Dictionary of 

'w-.iliiTi tnjiish, El<=B€ntary 



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119. uova Fanily Spellers, Book «» 

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121. dovd Family Spellers, Book 6 

122. rfords and Their Neauings 

123. woLds to Use: A Primary 

Tnesaurus 
12U. The Morld Around 

125. A world to Discover 

126. A World to Explore 

127. A world to Unite 

l^a. Write On: Creative Writing 

Kit 
129. reiiow Is a Leaon Tart 

(header) 
13C. Yellow (Is a Leaon Tart) 

Source Book 

131. ZAP: Eating 

132. ZAP: Flying 

133. ZAP: Hockey 
13a. ZAP: »usic 

135. A la d&couverte da aonde 

136. Jo aai sur ta route 

137. Atelier de lecture -""A* • 

138. Atelier de lecture *"B' • 

139. Atelier de lecture ••••€•• 

140. Au pays des contes 

141. Aux quatre vents 

142. L'avdlanche 

143. Aventure en forSt 

144. Le oon teops 
1<*5. Lo chaapionnat 

146. Coin du penseur 1 

147. Join du penseur 2 
143. Coin lecture 3 
149. Coin lecture 4 
15C. Coin lecture 5 

131. De la lanque parl&e & la 
langue ?!crite 

152. "Deaanie Sl Isabelle": 

dictionnaire du vocabulaire 
actif 

153. Le dictionnaire: aes 10,000 

QOtS 

154. Les eaux daagereuses 

155. En aotoneige 

156. Le frangais i. l*6cole active, 

4e annSe 

157. Le frangais & I'Scole active, 

5e aiinCse 

158. Le franpais & l*&cole active, 

6e ann^e 

159. Le fraa^ais vivant, ler livce 

160. Le fran^ais vivant, 2e livre 

161. Le fran\;ais vivant, 3e livre 

162. Le fran^ais'cadre solon 

1* euseigneaent 
individualist: unites de 
travail 1 & 33 et fiches 
d' entralneaent 1 a 7 

163. La gcdsaaire i. 1* &cole 

active, ler livre 



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active, 2e livre 

165. La granmaire d l*6cole 

active, 3e livre 

166. L'invitatioD au voyage 

167. Je comprends la gcaomaice: 5 

aonee 

168. Je dScouvre la graoiDaire et 

1' orthographe: 3 ann6e 

169. Je ddcouvre la gcacoaire: 4 

ann&e 

170. Uq joueur anbitieux 

171. Labocatoire de lecture 

172. Le langage a l*ecole active, 

ier livre 

173. Le langage & 1* 6cole active, 

2e livre 

174. Le langage d I'^cole active, 

3e livre 

175. Le langage Sl 1* &cole active, 

Ue livre 

176. Laugue frangaise 4e 

177. Langue frangaise 5e 

178. Laague franpaise 6e 

179. Laroasse des d&butants, 6d. 

canadienne 
18C. La lecture S. I'^cole active, 

Ier livre 
181. La lecture A l*fecole active, 

2e livre 
162. La Itcture S. l»6cole active, 

ie livre 

183. La lecture sous toutes ses 

formes 1 

184. La lecture sous toutes ses 

formes 3 

185. ilagie des saisons 

186. ntdia-sens 
1S7. .^iile lieux 

188. Par mille chemins 

139. Petit dictionnaire BeaucheniD 

19C. Petit dictionnaire canadien 

de la langue frangaisc, 2e 

&d. 

191. Prfes ,de la f ontaine 

192. La rSussite en lecture-8, 9 

et 10 ans 

193. aex et Mistigri 

194. SE (Savoir fecrire) : A 

195. S£ (Savoir §crire) : B 

196. SE (Savoir ^crire) : C 

197. Les secrets vol6s 

198. SL (Savoir lire) : K 
195. SL (Savoir lire): B 
2D0. SL (Savoir lire): C 
2C1. Sp-SE (Savoir parler et 

savoir tcouter) : A 
20^. SP-SS (Savoir parler et 

savoic f-couter) : 3 
z}3. SP-oi (Sivoir parler et 

i. a voir ^cojt'ir) : C 
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205. A grands pas! 

206. Allons-y! 

207. Qa roulel 

208. Le frangais intecnational^ 

livre I, 2e version 

209. Le franffais international, 

livre 2, 2e version 

210. Le fraa^ais partout: petit 

Bonde 

211. Le fraopais partout 1 

212. Le franyais partout 2 

213. Ici on parle francais» Level 

One: Reading Companion 

214. Ici on parle frangais. Level 

Two 

215. Arithmo: Manu-factor 

216. AritaDo: Operate 

217. Basic Arithnetic 
216. Calcu-Math 

219. The Calculator Morkbox 

220. Co-Basal Math, Set U, SI 

■etric 

221. Cr;>ss-:fuaber Puzzles (whole 

numbers) , (SI aetric) 

222. Seonetry Hathset 

223. aath-Activity, Part IV 
22U. Mathematics, Booic Four 

225. datheraatics. Book Five 

226. Mathematics, Boole Six 

227. nathxab, 2nd ed. 

223. Mataways u, (SI aetric) 

229. Pathways 5, (SI metric) 

230. Pathways 6, (SI metric) 

231. Metric Mathset 

232. Metric Thrust 

^3i, Noce About Length: Junior, 

Book 1 
23U. Primary lathset 

235. Project Mathematics 

Assignment Cards 4-6, SI 
metric 

236. Project Mathematics SI Metric 

4 

237. Project Mathematics SI Metric 

5 

233. Project Mathematics SI Metric 

6 

239. Thiaicing Through Mathematics 

10 

240. Thiaicing Through Mathematics 

11 

241. Thinking Through Mathematics 

12 

242. Thinking Through Mathematics 

13 

243. Thinking Through Mathematics 

14 

24U. Thinking Through Mathematics 

15 
245. rhinking Through Mathematics 

^o 
^•^6. iMnking Ihcough Matheaatics 



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2U7. 


Ihiaking 




18 


2U8. 


Ihinlclab 


249. 


Arithmo: 




oultipl' 


250. 


Acitamo: 


251. 


La inath& 




I'&X&mei 


252. 


La aiath&i 




i'&i&nei 


253. 


La math&i 




I'felfeae; 


254. 


Mat h6 mat 


255. 


Mathfemat 


256. 


Math&mat: 


257. 


ilach&aat: 


258. 


.lath&niat. 


259. 


MathSmat. 


260. 


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facteurs et 
es 

celatioQS U 
natique A 
ntaice 4, ^d. SI 
matigue & 
ntaice 5, ^d. SI 
matique i. 
ntaice 6, 6d. SI 
igue 1, &d. SI 
igae 8, 6d. SI 
igue 9, 6d. SI 
igue 10 
igue 11 
igue 12, (SI) 
h 2 



261. Noobces ccois^s (noabce 

entiecs) 

262. L'univecs des nombces 4 

263. L*anivecs des nombces 5 

264. PoiloH the Wind: Basic 

in Music 6, 2nd ed. 

265. Happy Hacmonies 

266. Let's Sing and Play 

267. ausic for Young Canada 
2b3, Music foe Young Canada 
/b9. rtU3ic for Young Canada 

270. Pre-l'een Song Settings 

271. Sailors and Sunshine: B 

cioals in Music 5, 2nd 

272. Songs for Tod'iy, Volume 

273. Songs for Today, Volume 

274. Songs for Today, Volume 

275. Songtime 4 

276. Songtime 5 

277. Songtime 6 

278. Treasure Tunes 

279. Wuaies and Nightingales 

oasic Goals in Music 4 
ed. 

280. Chansons 

canadiennes'-f rangaises 
6d. 

281. Chansons de Qu&bec 

282. Mon &cole chante, 4e an 

fed. rfev. 

283. Moa fecole chante, 5e an 

fed. r&v. 

284. Mon fecole chante, 6e an 

fed. rfev. 

285. Growing Up Healthy 

286. Health Foe Living 

287. Keeping Healthy 
2dH. Au grand air 

2d9. Oe bonnes habitudes 
2^*}. i/ous et les autces 
<^91. Vous et votce sant6 
2U. Ait 



Goals 



4 

5 

6 

asic 
ed. 



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293. Aniaals 

294. Astronoay (SI aetcic) 

295. Bicycles 

296. dicycles to Beaches 

297. Bicds, (SI letric) 

293. Th? Dandelion (SI letric) 
299. Dig and Learn 
30D. 2c3lab, 2nd ed. 

301. Ecology in Your CoBaanity, 

(51 setric) 

302. Endangered Aniaals 

303. Fingerprinting 

30a. Flights, Kites, and 
uooaera ngs 

305. Hedt 

306. Light 

307. aagnets 

303. aaaaals of !focth Aaerica 

309. Sapping Saall Places, (SI 

aetric) 

310. aini-cliaates (SI aetric) 

311. aostiy About Pigs 

312. Plants 

313. Pollution 
31tt. Bunning Hater 

315. Science Icvolveaent Progcaa 

316. Sciencelab 1 

317. Sciencelab 2 

318. Search and Discover 1 

319. Sidevalks to Ceaeteries 

320. Siaple Solutions 

321. Saall Creatures, (SI aetric) 

322. Snow, SI aetric ed. 

323. Snotf and Ice, (SI aetric) 
32v. Soand 

325. String 

326. St J dies for Open Places, SI 

aetric ed . 

327. Stidies for Woodlands, SI 

aetric ed . 
32S. Stddying Birds, SI aetric ed, 

329. Studying Insects, SI aetric 

ed. 

330. Studying Baaaals, SI aetric 

ed. 

331. Studying Plants, SI aetric 

ed. 

332. Studying Soil, SI aetric ed. 

333. Stjd/ing Streaas, SI aetric 

ea . 
3iu. rr-?es 

335. Tre?s, (SI aetric) 

336. Watcning the Heather Change, 

SI aetric ed. 

337. liater 

338. rfheels and Things 

339. Yoar Sens-ss, (SI aetcic) 
3^0. Cartographie 

3ul. Les cheains de la science 5 

342. Les ch?ains de la science 6 



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Hacaillan 

Bock Society 
Book Society 
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Holt 

Bolt 

Hacaillan 

Bock Society 

Holt 

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Scholar's Choice 

Clarke, Irvin 

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Hacaillan 

Holt 

Hacaillan 

Holt 

Hacaillan 

Hacaillan 

HcGraifUill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 
HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

BcGrav-Bill Ryerson 

HcGrav-Hill Ryerson 

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Hacaillan 

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Book Society 

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Holt 

Editions HRB 

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P6dagogigue 
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343. 

344. 
345. 
346. 
347. 
343. 
349, 
353. 
351. 
352. 
353, 
354, 
355. 

356. 

357. 
359, 

359. 

360, 

361, 
3o2. 

363. 

364. 
365. 
366, 

367. 
Jbd, 
Jo9, 
J7j. 

371. 

372. 

373 

374. 



375. 
37b, 

377. 
378, 
379, 

380. 
381. 
J6>. 
36J, 
384, 
3d3, 
Jdb 

3o7. 



Le3 eaax courantes 

3uide ie recherches 

Les insectes 

Les aiammifdres 

Mfet hades et techniques 

Miccoclimats 

Neige et glace, fed. SI 

Les oiseauxr 6d . SI 

Les oiseaux 

Les plantes 

Pollution, fed. SI 

Les sols 

Alberta: A People and a 

Province 
Alberta: Where the Hountains 

Meet the Plains 
Alberta Foothills, rev. ed. 
Algonkians of the Eastern 

Woodlands 
Aluaxnun and Power in the 

Saguenay Valley 
Ad Acetic 

Settlement-Pangnirtung 
Acoani Our World 
As^ejiDling Automobiles at 

Oakvilie 
The Atlantic Provinces: 

Iidewater Lands 
battle at Quebec: 1759 
Bern: City in the Mountains 
dritioh Columbia: Mountain 

Wonderland 
Building a New Life 
Building of the Railway 
Cdi.e;> Seaman: A Loyalist 
Cdiiadd: This Land of Ours, 

eXeai':»ntary edition 
Canaaa and her Neighbours, 

2nd rev. ed. 
Canadian Communities 
Tiid Canadian Eskimos 
The Changing People: A 

History of the Canadian 

Indians 
Chiai 
China's Way: The Ccamune as 

an Idea for Change 
China Study Print Prograa 
Cities Are for People 
Colonists at Port Royal 
Contact 

riie Crowsnest Pass 
Dent's Canadian Metric Atlas 
Tne Discoveries 
Piscovering 

Down Under at Barwidgee 
iCarly Indian Cultures of 

North America 
iiiitin Elliott: A Pioneer 
a^niiuo- Journey Through Time 
Kaaiiies and Communities 
.■' i.: M':i.: <)t thf t.di.t.: Huron 



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391. 

392. 
393. 

394, 

395. 
396. 

397. 

396. 
399, 
MOO. 
401, 

402. 



403. 

404. 
405. 

406, 
407. 

498. 
40^. 

41C. 
ail. 

412. 
413. 
414, 

415. 

416. 

417. 
418. 
419, 
420. 
421. 



422. 
4^3. 

424. 

425, 
426. 



Ferryboats of British 

Coluabia 
The First North Aaericans 
Fishernaa of Lunenburg 
Flin Flon: A Northern 

Comauaity 
Footprints in Tiae-A Source 

boo^K in Canadian History 
A Forest Industry at Port 

Aloerni 
Fort Albany Reserve 
Fort York 

Fruit Farming in the Okaoagan 
The Fur Fort 
Sxrts of the Nile 
Sinn Interest Series II: 

Dinosaurs; About Kites; 

Building a Skyscraper; 

Gaaes; Exploring the Sea; 

Let's Look at Insects; Atoat 

the Arctic; Bicycles Cld and 

New; The Jungle; Let's 

Experiaent with Electricity 
Gold Biver: A Centre for 

Lumbering 
Gold Bush in the Cariboo 
Sranby: A Manufacturing 

Centre 
Grassland Safari 
The Greeks: Struggle foe 

Excellence 
Growth of a Nation 
A. Guide to Understanding 

Canada 
dant's Harbour 
HoiAe Oil, Calgary: Oil 

Exploration and Production 
doae on the Range 
dow Canada Got Its Capital 
Hunters of the Plains: 

Assiniboine Indians 
The Indians of Canada/A 

Survey 
Inaians of the North Pacific 

Coast 
Indians of the Plains 
Inaxans of the Plains 
Indians of the Subarctic 
Indic Realm 
Into the Eye of the Giant: 

Discovering Brazil and her 

i^oople 
Involvement 
Iron Mining in 

Quebec-Labrador 
Iro^uoians of the Eastern 

wooalandis 
Japan 

<(ic:}jtz on the Negev 
Kii^js of feru 
Kitcier. er: A Meat Packing 



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429. Land of Gold, Land of Ice 
U30. Life at Red River: 183C-1€6C 
431. Life in Early North America 
4J2 . Living in a Norwegian Village 

433. fhe London and Port Stanley 

ttdiiway: 1856 

434. Longhouse to Qlast furnace 

435. fhe Macoillan School Atlas: 

New Metric Edition 

436. Haxing Pulp and Paper at 

Corner Brooic 

437. flaking Steel in Haoiltco 

438. ilanitoba: Where East Heets 

■ est 

439. ;iarKet Gardening on the 

Fraser Delta 

440. Medieval Community 
4ul, Mexico Emerges 

442. Miniug in the Shield: Tiiiios 

443. Mixea Farming Near Carman, 

Manitoba 

444. lue Nation's Capital: Ottawa 

445. The Navigators 

446. NejLSon's Canadian Junior 

Atlas 

447. Nelson World Atlas: A Metric 

Atlas 

448. Nestura Asa 

449. Noaiddic Journey 

450. Nooidds of tbo Shield: Ojibwa 

Indians 

451. Nortft of Sixty: Canada's 

Advancing Frontier 

452. Northern Ontario: Land of 

Buried Treasure 

453. Occiaental Realm 

454. An Oil Well Near Edmontcn 

455. OKdnagan Vdlley: Life en an 

orchard Farm 

456. Opa^^uiak: The Pas Indian 

S:i serve 

457. Oriental Realm 

453. Panama: The Isthmus, the 
Canal, and the Country 

45'^. Pioneers: Pioneer Life in 
Upper Canada 

46C. Pirates and Pathfinders 

461. Port Alberni: Pulp and Faper 

462. Poet City, Montreal 
4t)3 . Port of Vancouver 
464. Power at Niagara 

405. Tuo ir'yijifiit-n of the Ituri 

FoLdiit 

406. wueDric: French-Canadian 

Homeland 

467. tiodds on Water 

468. Sdiari to Serowe 

46'i. Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons 
47C. Salmon Fishing in British 

Columbia 
••71. 3 di. .IcLaaghlin 
•♦7^, id;.uir.i Fishing and Catining 

- : .-'-V i : uLi *acr. 



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473. Saskatchewan 
U7a. Saskatchewan: A People and a 
i»rovince 

475. Saskatchewan: Land of Fac 

Horizons 

476. Seafdring Warriors of the 

West: Nootka Indians 

477. Ihe Seigneury of Longueuil 

478. Shipbuilding in the Naritiaes 

479. Soidiec at Quebec: 1759 

480. Southeast Asia Reala 

481. Southern Lands, 2nd rev. ed. 

482. Southern Ontario: UorkshcE: of 

the Nation 

483. Spy at Quebec: 1759 

484. Subsaharan Africa Reala 

485. The Sudbury Region 

486. lawow 

487. Than and Now in Frobisher Bay 

488. The Tinber Trade 

439. roariso in Nova Scotia 

490. Treaties and Pronises: 

Saulteaux Indians 

491. Understanding Couounities 

492. Understanding Maps 

493. A Village Is a World: A 

Community in the West Indies 

494. Voyages of Discovery 

495. The Voyageurs 
49t>. deatvdLcd to Asia 

4^7. 4hedt Paraing Near Begina 

498. When Grandma and Grandpa Were 

Kids 

499. Winnipeg: Gateway to the West 

500. riorld Communities 

501. The World of People: The 

Eastern Hemisphere, SI 
metric ed . 

502. The World of People: Ihe 

Gxobal Village 

503. The World of People: Ihe 

Western Hemisphere, SI 
metric ed. 

504. Les animaux 

505. Le Canada et ses voisins 

506. Ce Bonde od je vis 

507. La culture du bl& aux afccrds 

de n&gina 

508. De la locality h Montreal 

509. La d&couverte 

510. Jue exploitation forestiSre S 

Port Albecni 

511. L'lndustrie de la sardine au 

No uvedu- Brunswick 

512. Les maisons 

513. .loa univers 1: Don ailieu, aa 

region, fed. Ontarienne (SI) 

514. nod univers 2: ma region, aa 

province, 6d. Ontarienne 

(ol) 

515. io:. ^niv^rs 3: aa province. 



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516. Ud ranch en Alberta Editions HBM 

517. Les vfehicules GuSrin 

518. La vie des homoes GuSrin 

519. I Can Spell E Heath 

520. Dictionnaire actif Nathan Editions France-Qu€bec 

521. Pollution (SI metric) Holt 

522. Mons pays le Canada Ginn 

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TITLE 

1. Bailey aethod of Peoianship 

2. dusiness Fuadaaentals* 3rd 

ed., SI aetric 

3. Basiaess Practice 

4. lae Caoadian CoDsuaer 

5. Caoadian Record Keeping 

Practice 

6. lae Coasuaer and Sodern 

Business, rev. ed. 

7. Dollars and Sense: k Guide to 

Faaily Honey Hanageaent 

8. iloaey Matters 

9. Ontario Writing CourseSr Eook 

3 

10. dodule 1: le bilan 

d* ouverture 

11. Module 2: l*6criture 

d' ouverture 

12. Module 3: les reports aa 

grand livre g^n&ral 

13. doaule U: les variations de 

I'actif, du passif et du 
capital (♦ou-) 

14. Module 5: les variations des 

revenus et d^penses (*oo-) 

15. Moauxe 6: la calance de 

verification avant feraeture 

16. Moauie 7: le chiffrier et les 

t-tats financiers 

17. Module 8: les 6critur6s de 

f erneture 

18. Module 9: les registres 

prOc.>res cL une organisation 
sociale et 1 an 
professionnel 

19. Module 1C: les operations 

oancaires 

20. Module 11: le fonds de petite 

caisse 

21. Votre argent 

22. Business Machine Operations 

and Applications 

23. Macaine Calculation 

24. Mataeaatics for Business with 

Hacaiae Applications 

25. Practical Machine Operation 

26. Marketing: A Canat^ian Prcfile 

27. .larketmg 1, (SI) 
20. Marketing 2, (SI) 

2-i, DyneiJiisiae de la vente 

30. i.e BjirKeting et vous 

31. oasic Applied Typewriting (SI 

oetric) 
j4i. 5sjic Typewriting, Part 2 



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33. Building Production Skills^ 

2nd ed . , SI metric 

34. Building Typing Skills, 2nd 

ed. 

35. Business Applications in 

Typewriting 

36. business Typing Applications 

37. Professional Applications in 

Type writing 

38. Typewriting for Business Use, 

Book One 

39. Dactylographie g^n^rale 

40. 99 legons de dactylographie 

ihoderne, ler livre 

41. 95 lepons de dactylographie 

iiiode<:ne, 2e livre 

42. Introductory and Personal 

Typewriting, (SI metric) 

43. Personal Applications in 

Typewriting 

44. The t^ersonal Touch, 2nd ed. 
^5. i:'ersanal Typing Applications 

46. Tyi^iiig 1: Introductory 

Typewriting, (SI) 

47, Typing ICO 

43. Consusier Credit and Consuier 

Fraud 
49. Credit Costs 
5C. doiae Truths 

51. Insurance 

52. ^lutudl Funds 

53. Planning Your Investments 

54. Snopping Sense 

55. You, the Consumer 

56. A Diiierent Drummer 
j7. Nobody in th«^ Cast 
5d. Action English 1 

59. Action English 2 

60. Action English 3 

61. Action English 4 

62. basic Spelling for High 

School Students 

63. Better heading for Canadian 

Schools 

64. BreaKtnrough 

65. Buiiaing Language Skills 

66. Cnalleage 

67. City as Classroom: 

Uuderstanding Language and 
.^edia 

68. The CLdft of Writing 
o9. Creative Composition 

70, Creative English, Grade 7 

71. Creative English, Grade 6 
Iz, Dent's Speller, Book 7 

73. Developing Language Skills 7 

74, Jeveiopmg Language Skills 8 
7^, Dtrveioping Reading Skills 1 
7o. Jeveiopmg heading Skills 2 
77. Die tion-iry of Canadian 

iijiisn: The Int^^rmediate 
i'.-t 1 o.'i'jt y 



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■citing Poetry 

79. English Skills Prograa 1 
bO. English Skills Pcogcaa 2 
m. En<jiish Skills Pcogcaa 3 
62. ExpiocteC 3 

83. Itie Zxpctission of Thought 
d4. k folio for Hritecs: 
Advectising 

85. A Folio foe Ucitecs: 

Descciption 

86. A Folio for Hriters: 

Exposition 

87. A Folio for Hcitecs: 

iiaccation 

88. A Folio for Hriters: Poetry 

89. Frontiers of Uonder, Book 1 
'id. Frontiers of Uonder, Bock 2 

91. Gcaaaac Is 

92. In v^thec Words: An 

Intcoductocy Thesaurus 

93. In lour Own kiords 1 
9U. In Your Ovn Words 2 

95. Incentives 

96. International Beading 

Laooratory Ilia 

97. Laagaage Coaes Alive 7 

98. Laaguage Coaes Alive 8 
9^. Language Coaes Alive 9 

ICC. Laaguage Coaes Alive 10 

10 1. Lauguage Is! 

1C2. Laug-jage Lives 

103. Learning Language 

"il-i. Life and Adventure, rev. ed. 

105. Literature and Life 1 

10b. Literature aud Life 2 

107. dacBillan Spelling Series* 

Booic 7 

108. daczillan Spelling Series* 

Boox. 8 

109. Sessaqe and leaning 

lie. Meloon Language Stiaulas 
ProjriB Classrooa Kit: 
riaescope 

111. Mewslab II 

112. Nov, the Newspaper 

113. Outwdri bound 

114. Over the Horizon 

115. People nirrors 

116. The iProbing of Experience 

117. ^uest for Greatness 

110. aeaca for Stars 
11:^. A«:ading 

UO. :>.tidris I 

1^1. J.iLdz:is II 

1^^. Scoo^: The Newspaper in the 

Cidosrooa 
Kj. ^e.'.se and Feeling 
12it. i.^ei^iag aiid Vocabulary 

5t iiies 
1..^. ^r -*-^'^^'i i^ Language Arts* 

«^.ic 7 



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126. Spelling in Language irts# 

Book 8 

127. Spelling in Language Acts 7, 

rev. ed. 

128. Spelling in Language Acts 8, 

rev. ad. 

129. Starting Points in Language t 

130. Starting Points in Language E 

131. Starting Points in Beading C, 

fira,t BooJc 

132. Starting Points in Beading C, 

SGCOiid Book 

133. Strategies for Effective 

Reading 

134. Strategies for Effective 

Beading B 

135. Strategies foe Effective 

Beading C 

136. XninJilab 2 

137. This Book Is About 

CoDounication* Book One 

138. Zoooggans and Turtlenecks 

139. Using Language Skills 
1^3. Viewpoint 

Til. Wavelengths 31 
142. Wavelengths 32 
1U3. Wavelengths 33 

144. W£t': A Handbook foe Hciting, 

Editing, and Polishing 

145. The Winston Dictionary of 

Canadian English, 
Intermediate Edition 

146. Word Family Spellers, Beck 7 

147. Word Family Spellers, Book 8 
l«43. woracraft 1 

145. nordcraft 2 

150. wordcralt 3 

151. rhe words We Use 

152. ^kez Eating 

153. ZAP: Frying 
15U. ZAP: Hoctcey 
155. ZAt': Music 

15o. i^colab, 2nd ed. 

157. Ecology, (SI metric) 

158. Ecology in Your Comaunity, 

(SI metric) 

159. Environmental Science 

160. From Nature to Han, (SI 

metric) 

161. A Guide to the Study of 

Environmental Pollution 

162. A aUide to the Study of 

Frc:»l»water Ecology 
1o3. A JuiUt? to the Study of Soil 
Ecology 

164. A Juide to the Study of 

Terrestrial Ecology 

165. Inv^airy ir.to Environmental 

Pollution 

166. .li.i's Physical Environment 
1..7. i' .j^>i<. fiua Pollution 

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169. 2c3logie 

170. Le aonde qui t'entoure 

171. nothing and Culture: 

Conceaporary Concepts 

172. Ihe Fdiily 

I7i. Food: Fact and Folklore 
17U. Uoae Fconoaics 1 

175. (Iu3ie Fconoaics 2 

176. Housxng 

177. Ihe Hight Coabination: 1 

<iuxae to Pood and nutrition 
176. reea Horizons, Canadian ed. 

179. Tqxs is the Life!, (SI 

aetric) 

180. Iry Ihis On For Size! 
1o1. da3Lt*s To Eat, (SI aetric) 
^^4.. doaGii in Canadian Sports 
M3, La bonne coabinaison 

1d4. La couture 
IBS. £conoBie faailiale et 
oaoilleaent 

186. Zconoaie faailiale et 

logeaent 

187. Zdacdtion faailiale 

188. Pidnxf ication alxaentaire et 

consoaaation 

189. Vxe Cdsiiiale et consoaaation 

190. L*d»xou 

191. La bande dessin4e 

192. Les bStes et les plantes 

193. La bxcyclette 
19<4. La bxographie 
195. Le caaping 
19o. Le carnatral 
197. Le chaapionnat 
193. La chasse 

19^. Code essenticl du fraogais 

pari& et Scrxt 
2C0. Coin du penseur 1 
2j1. Coin du penseur 2 
^0^. Le corps et la vie 

203. Coutuaes du aonde 

204. Le dictionnaire: aes IC^OOO 

aots 

205. Dictionnaire du fran^ais 

conteaporain: Larousse 

206. Le feu 

207. Le frangais parlS au cours 

secondaire I 

208. Le tcdn^ais parie au cours 

oecondaire II 
^^9. La (jraaaaire S. l*6cole 

ictxve, tte livre 
21C. J^dAaaire des enseables: 6 

duuSe 
^11. Jcaa^aire frangaise 

cx^ii^u&e: toae 2 
aIa. jLii^iiLze frangaise 

cXr^-l-«:^i tote 3 

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21U. HSros et grands homnes 

215. L*homme aux cent visages 

216. L'huiuour 

217. L'iiDpcini& 

21ti. Un joudur anbitieux 

219. LabOLatoire de lectare 

220. Le langage 

221. Lecture sous toutes ses 

formes: 11-13 ans 

222. La lecture sous toutes ses 

.formes 2 

223. La lecture sous toutes ses 

fornes 3 

224. Le message 

225. H&tiers et pcofessicos 

226. Lbs aoyens de transport 

227. Nouveau dictionnaire Hatiec 

228. Houveaa Larousse filfimentaire 

229. La nouvelle grammaire de 

base: pour le secondaire 

230. Petit dictionnaire canadien 

de la langue fran^aise, 2e 
fea. 

231. Le Petit Larousse illustrC 

1978 

232. Les petits animaux 

233. Pr&cis ip&thodigue de 

grasoiaire frangaise 
23U. La presentation de soi 

235. Le printemps 

236. Le procSs 

^37. La radio et la t&ievisico 

23 J. Les rep as 

^Ji, SE (iiavoir ficrire) : B 

240. SE (Savoir Scrire) : C 

241. SL (Savoir lire): B 

242. SL (Savoir lire): C 

243. SP-SE (Savoir parler et 

savoir 5couter) : E 

244. SP-SE (iavoir parler et 

savoir ccouter) : C 

245. Le spectacle 

246. Les sports 

247. Les sports d*e9uipe 

248. Les sucres 

249. Terre de Q\i%bec: poSsie 

ga&b%coise 1 
25C. lout au long da fleuve: 
poSsie qu^b^coise 2 

251. Les vacances 

252. Vers I'avenir 

253. La vie canadienne 

254. La vie de l*Scole 

255. Les voyages 

256. Cours structure de fiancais^ 

level 3 

257. Eix route 

^'jd, Le iraaffais internaticnal» 
livie 1, 2e version 



Beaucbeain 

Eeauchemin 

Eeauchenin 

Beauchemin 

Hacmillan 

SfiA 

Beauchenin 

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Centre Educatif et Culturel 

Centre Educatif et Culturel 

Hurtubise HHH 

Beaucbeain 

Editions du Renouveau 

f Sdagogique 
Hcndia 

Les Editions Frangaises 
Editions Frangaiscs 

Editions Aries 



Les Editions Frangaises 

Eeaucheain 
Editions Pfidagogia 



Hurtu 
Eeauc 
Eeauc 
Beauc 
Beauc 
Eeauc 
Eeauc 
Eeauc 
Eeauc 
Beauc 



bise HHH 

heoin 

hemin 

hemin 

henin 

hemin 

hemin 

hemin 

hemin 

hemin 



Eeauchemin 

Beaucbemin 

Editions du Renouveau 

pedagogique 
Beauchemin 
Beaucbemin 
Editions du Renoutreau 

pedagogique 
Editions du Renouveau 

pedagogique 
Beauchemin 
Thomas Nelson 
Thomas Nelson 
Editions du RenouTeau 

f edagogique 
Hurtubise HflH 
Centre Educatif et Culturel 

Heath 

Centre Educatif et Culturel 



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259. Le fcaDffais interDational, 

livre 2, 2e version 

260. Le fraagais partout 1 

261. Le fraa^ais partout 2 

262. Ici on i)arle francais, level 

Que: Reading Conpanion 

263. Ici. on parle francais, level 

I-o 

264. J'&coute. Je parle. 3 

265. J'Scoute. Je parle. U 

266. k-LA French, Level Cne, rev. 

ed. 

267. 3oQ Voyage! 

268. C'est la vie! 
26^. Oe nos jours 

270. Dis done! 

271. ixpiorons! Livre de l»€l€ve 

272. Sxpiorons! Livret d'exercises 

273. Le frangais international, 

Ixvre 3, 2e version 

274. Le frangais international* 

livre 4, 2e §d. 

275. Le frangais partout 3 

276. Le francais partout 4 

277. Le fran^^ais vivant 
276. French 1 

^79. lex on parle frangais, level 

Three 
2d3. Ici on parle frangais* Level 

four 
261. New ariting Prograa 1: fcench 
232. New ariting Prograo 2: French 
263. Panoraaa de la graaaaire 

fran^aise 
234. Saiuti 

265. Africa 

266. Agriculture in Southern 

Ontirio 

287. Aluerta: A People and a 

Province 

288. Alberta: Where the Hoantains 

deet the Plains 
239. Aloerta Foothills, rev. ed. 

290. Aidine World Atlas, 2nd ed. 

291. AluBinuB and Power in the 

Saguenay Valley 

292. An Arctic 

Settlenent-Pangnirtung 

293. Assejibling Autoaobiles at 

Gaicviile 

294. Ihe Atlantic Provinces: 

Tidk>wdter Lands 

295. Au^itralia 

296. Australia: The Sunburnt 

Country 

297. Au;;tLalia and New Zealand 
29b. British Coluabia 

299. British Coluabia: Hountain 

Monierland 

300. duilaing tor People 
3C1. Cduaaa: A New Geography 

(.-itivised) , (SI metric) 



Centre Cducatif et Culturel 

Holt 
Hclt 
Prentice-Hall 

Frentice-Hall 

Gage 
Gage 
Loogaan 

Heath 

Heath 

Heath 

Heath 

Cofp Clack 

Copp Clark 

Centre Educatif et Culturel 

Centre Educatif et Culturel 

Holt 

Holt 

Copp Clark 

Ginn 

Prentice-Hall 

Prentice-Hall 

Tale 
lale 
Editions iquila 

Heath 

Ginn 

Dent 

Fitzhenrj S ihiteside 

Gage 

Holt 
Dent 
Ginn 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Gage 

HcClelland t Stewart 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Ginn 

HcClelland & Stewart 

Gage 

BcGraw-Hill Byerson 
Holt 



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302. Canada: A Regional GeogEapby, 

2ad ed. 

303. Canada: Profile of a Nation 

304. Canada: The Land and its 

People 

305. Canada: This Land of Outs 

306. Canada's Changing Landscape: 

Aic Photos Past and Present 

307. Canada's Northland 

308. The Canadian Landscape 

309. The Canadian Oxford School 

Atlas, Uth ed. (SI aetiic) 

310. Canadian Settlement Patterns 

311. Canadian Stereograms 

312. Canadian World Atlas 

313. China's Way: The Commune as 

au Idea for Change 

314. China Study Print Prograa 

315. Co.it manic at ions 

316. Countdown Canada: A 

Conceptual Geography Study 

317. Crawley: A New Town 

318. The Crowsnest Pass 

3iy. The Days of the Treaties 
J^O. Dent's Canadian Metric Atlas 
J21. Oi;3cavering Our Land 

322. The Earth Grid: Finding 

Latitude and Longitude 

323. Earth Science 
32**, £:ast Africa 

325. Electric Power 

326. Eskimo-Journey Through liie 

327. Eurasia: Change & Challenge 

328. Exploring Southern Continents 

329. ferryboats of British 

Columbia 

330. fisherman of Lunenburg 

331. A Forest Industry at Port 

AlDerni 

332. Frankham Farm-A Nixed Farm 

333. Fruit Farming in the Okanagan 

334. liage World Atlas: A Canadian 

Perspective 

335. Joid River: A Centre for 

Lumoer ing 

336. Granoy: A Manufacturing 

Centre 

337. A Juide to Understanding 

Canada 

338. dome Oil, Calgary: Oil 

Exploration and Production 

339. Industry and Resource 

Patterns 

340. Introducing the Southern 

Continents, (SI metric) 

341. Ii.on Mining in 

^ueoec-Labrador 

342. Kiooatz on the Negev 
34i. Kitcnener: A Meat Packing 

Centre 
344. ;.abi In Demand: The Niagara 
L ..cirpmerit 



Gage 

HcGrav-Bill Byerson 
Gage 

Ginn 

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Oxford 
Ccpp Clack 
Oxford 

Oent 

Cent 

Ihcmas Nelson 

Gage 

Fitzhenry 6 Hhiteside 

Dent 

Hacmillan 

Book Society 

Holt 

Griffin House 

Dent 

Gage 

Eook Society 

Holt 

Eook Society 

Cent 

Fitzhenry & Hhiteside 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Holt 

Holt 
Ginn 

Beck Society 

Ginn 

Gage 

Holt 

Holt 

Guinness Publishing 

Holt 

Gage 

Holt 

Ginn 

Gage 
Holt 

Eook Society 



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345. Land Ose Patterns in Bolland 

and Japan 

346. Lands of Eurasia 

347. Lands of the Eastern 

Beaispbere 

348. Lands Overseas, 2nd ed. 

349. The Landscape of Europe 
35C. lae Landscape of Japan 

351. Latin iaerican World 

352. Longhouse to Eiastfurnace 

353. Tod aacBillan School Atlas: 

liew Metric Edition 

354. Haniug Pulp and Paper at 

Corner Brook 

355. Waning Steel in Uaaiiton 

356. Hanitoba: Vhere East Hects 
■est 

357. Manitoba Lovlands: i Hix€d 
Para 

[358. aaricet Gardening on the 

Fraser Delta 
t359. The Mediterranean: Its Lands 

and People 
{36C. Mexico Eaerges 
itol. niQxng in the Shield: Tiaains 
3b^. nxted Paraing Hear Caraan, 
Manitoba 

363. .loaern Africa 

364. iloitreal 1850-1870 

j->5. The Nation's Capital: Ottana 
3b6. lae Navigators 

367. Meison Uorld Atlas: A Hetrlc 

Atlas 

368. Xevcastle: An Industrial City 

369. ^levhaven: A Fishing Port 

370. MoLta Aaerica: Introducing 

tne Continent, (SI aetric) 

371. North Aaerica: The Land and 

the People 

372. North of Sixty: Canada's 

Advancing Frontier 

373. Northern Ontario: Land of 

Buried Treasure 

374. The Northland 

375. An Oil Hell Near Edaontcn 

376. Oxanagan Valley: Life en an 

Orcaard Fara 

377. Opas.juiak: The Pas Indian 

tteserve 

378. Oxford Regional Econoaic 

Atlas: The United States and 
Canada 

379. Oxford Regional Econoaic 

Atlas: iJestern Europe 

380. Panaaa: The Isthaus, the 

Canal, and the Country 
331 . patterns in Agricaltural 

Caange 
362.. Patterns in Urban Geography 
iti. pjttcrr.s m iJorld Ciirat€ 
»-». I'ltterr.s xn World Trace 



. e :. c U s 1- 



Gage 

Book Society 
Holt 

Bock Society 

HcClelland & Stevart 

HcClelland & Stewart 

Holt 

Fitzhenry & Hhiteside 

Bacaillan 

Ginn 

6inn 

Gage 

Holt 

Ginn 

Holt 

Fitzhenry S ihiteside 

Ginn 

Ginn 

Bolt 

Gage 

Ginn 

Fitzhenry S Bhiteside 

Thcaas Melson 

Eook Society 
Book Society 
Bolt 

Gage 

Gage 

Gage 

BcClelland S Stevart 

Ginn 

Bolt 

Holt 

Oxford 



Czford 

Gage 

Gage 

Gage 
Gage 
Gage 
Ccfi- Clark 



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386. The i>erneable Border 

387. Population Pressure in 

Indonesia 

388. Port AlDerni: Pulp and Paper 

389. Port City, Montreal 

390. Port of Vancouver 

391. Poner at Niagara 

392. PLOJ:>lems of Industrialization 

in iiiurasia 

393. ^ueoec: French-Canadian 

Homeland 

394. tceading Topographic Maps 

395. £ocKs, Minerals, and Fossils, 

(SI metric) 

396. Salmon Fishing in British 

Columbia 

397. Sardine Fishing and Canning 

in New Brunswick 

398. Saskatchewan 

399. Saskatchewan: Land of Far 

Horizons 
UOO. Soutn America 
401. Southern Continents: A Stady 

in Contrasts, rev. ed. 
U02. The Southern Continents: The 

Land:; and Their Peoj-les 

403. Soutii^icn Ontario: workshop of 

the Nation 

404. Studies in Canadian Economic 

Geography 

405. The Sudbury Region 

406. Tapestry of Eurasia 

407. Tawow 

408. Through Europe and Asia, rev. 

ed. 

409. Topographic Map and Air fhoto 

Interpretation 

410. Topographic Haps Set 1 

411. TOLOiito: A Photo Study of 

Urban Development 

41^. foroiito and York County 

4l3. Tourism in Nova Scotia 

ul4. Transportation 

415. The United States 

416. Uroan Canada 

417. Weataer and Climate, (SI 

metric) 

418. Uaeat Farming 

419. «neat Farming Near Regina 

420. Winnipeg: Gateway to the West 

421. dozLd. Patterns in Food 

PL od action 

422. L'AmSrisJue du Nord, SI 

423. Atlas du monde contempcrain 

4^4. Atlas general Holt 

u25. Atlas Larousse canadien 

4^6. an Atlas of New France/Atlas 

de la Nouvelle-France 
-<(;7. Lfe Canada et ses voisins 
H^o. -a carte topo;jra j-hique , (SI) 



Haclean'Hunter Learning 

Materials 
Oxford 

Holt 
Ginn 
Ginn 
Ginn 
Oxford 

Gage 

Holt 
Holt 

Ginn 

Ginn 

HcClellaDd & Stewart 

Gage 

Ginn 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Gage 

Gage 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Holt 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Eook Society 

Holt 

Macfflillan 

Clarke, Irwin 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Cent 

Ginn 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Holt 

Cent 

Holt 

Cent 
Ginn 
Holt 
Gage 

Editions HRH 
Editions du Renouveau 

P%dagogigue 
Editions HRU 
Les Editions Frangaises 
Lis Presses de 1« University 

Laval 
Ginn 
Editions HBU 



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2961 



429. Les coatiaents du sud» €d. SI 
uiO. Cours pratique de gSographie 

canadienne, fed. SI 
U31. La calture du blfe aux atcids 

de Rfegina 
U32. L*Eurasie, (SI) 
Ui3. Une Exploitation forestifire a 

Port AlDerni 

434. J&ographie contenporaine: 

!• Asie 

435. G&sgraphie conteoporainc: le 

Caiirada 

436. >i%ographie conteopocaine : le 

gufeoec 

437. Gfeographie vivante: I'Aftique 

438. Gfeogcaphie vivante: I'Europe 

439. G^ogcaphie vivante: les 

p31es-l' Amferique- 
1* Asie-l'Oc§anie 

440. Hull et I'ouest du CuSbec 

441. i,*inaustrie de la sardine au 

Mo uveau- Brunswick 

442. Initiation i la g^cgraphie: 

par les contrats de travail 

443. Laval, villa nouvelle 

444. Les aaisons 

445. laicroclimats 

446. Hoatr&al 

4-»7. Nouvelle Gfeographie da 

Canada, 2e fed. (SI) 
44d. Le pa/sage canadien 

449. Un ranch en Alberta 

450. Les terres australes 

451. Thfenes et docuaents de 

gSographie: I'&trigue 

452. Biology 

453. A Career Planning Guide 

454. Careersearch 
^55. Chemistry 

456. English 

457. Exploring Occupations 
4jti. French 

459. Geography 
4bO. Growing Up, rev. ed. 
4o1. In Search of You 
4t>^. A Joo Search Guide 

463. Let'o Think About You: Caceei 

Planning I 

464. Living and Working 

465. iSatneaatics, 2nd ed. 
4o6. iiusic 

467. On the Job 
Uod. t^hysics 

469. Set your Course: Career 

fc'idnning 2 

470. Stuvl/ing for Understanding 

471. iaccc:^j in the World of Kockr 

tev. ed . 
>*Ti. lun le^jn-age World 
-7 J. aiiit's 1y Lin»? 



Editions HBU 
HcGraw-Hill Byerson 

Ginn 

HcGraw-Hill Byerson 
Ginn 

Editions du Benouveau 

Pfedagogique 
Editions du Benouveau 

Pfedagogique 
Editions du Benouveau 

Pfedagogique 
Hcndia 
Hcndia 
Hcndia 



Editions HHH 
Ginn 

Guferin 

Editions HBH 
Guferin 
Editions HBH 
Editions HBH 
Editions HBH 

Editions PH 

Editions HBH 
HcGraw-Hill Byerson 
nondia 

Guidance Centre 
E. & 1. Books 
Scholastic-Tab 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Tboaas Nelson 
E. & T. Books 
Guidance Centre 

Ihoaas Nelson 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Bock Society 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 

Thoaas Nelson 
Guidance Centre 

Thoaas Nelson 
Beck Society 



979 



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476. Alexander Grahaa Bell 
U77. Alexander Mackenzie 

478. Alexander Mackenzie and the 

North West 

479. Algoakians of the Eastern 

w'ooali nds 

480. Allan Napier NacNab 

481. Amor De Cosoos: Journalist 

and Reformer 

482. Xae Arctic: Canada's Last 

Frontier 

483. Arthur Meighen 

4d4. 3attie at Quebec: 1759 

485. 3ldclc and White in North 

America 

486. Bold Ventures 

487. The oritish Epic 

488. Builders of the West 
4d9. buxlaing a New Life 
^■iO, Building of the C.P.R. 

1871-1885 

491. building of the Railway 

492. Caleb Seaman: A Loyalist 

493. Call Us Canadians 

494. Canada: Colony to Centennial 

495. Canada: Discovering Our 

Heritage 

496. Cauaaa: Land of Immigrants 

497. Canada: Towards Tomorrow 
4'^8. Cauada and the U.S.: 

Continental Partners or Hary 
Neighbours? 

499. Canada in North America to 

Id 00 

500. Canada in North America 

1800-1901 

501. Canada's Pacific Province 

502. Canada Since Confederation 

503. Canaaa Since 1867 

504. Canadian Democracy at Work, 

3rd ed. 

505. The Canadian Eskimos 
50o. Canadian Issues and 

Alternatives 

507. The Canadian North: Source of 

wealth or Vanishing 
Heritage? 

508. The Canadian Response tc Nar 

1914-1917 

509. Canadian Studies: Self and 

Society 

510. The Canadian Worker 

311. Canadians All: Portraits of 
Our People 

512. Canadians and Their 

Government, rev. ed. 

513. Cauaaiens, Canadians and 

wueo&cois 

514. Cuoijir Gzowski 
513. Cdjcjs II 

5io. ^:,i^^^:,^~ and Survival: The 
r.^^tot'i of Car.oia 



Fitzhenry 6 Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Oxford 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Oxford 

Thomas Nelson 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Ginn 

McClelland & Stewart 

Clarke, Irwin 
Clarke, Irwin 
Coll ier- Mac oillan 
Fitzhenry 6 Whiteside 
Collier-Hacmillan 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Ginn 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Ginn 

Thomas Nelson 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Prentice- Hall 



Copp Clark 

Copp Clark 

McClelland & Stewart 
Copp Clark 

McClelland & Stewart 
Macmillan 

Royal Ontario Museum 
Macmillan 

Prentice-Hall 

Copp Clark 

Wiley 

Tbcmas Nelson 
Methuen 

Dent 

Prentice-Hall 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Van Nostrand 
Prentice-Hall 



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517. The Changing People: A 

tiistocy of the Canadian Indians 

518. Civics for Canadians 

519. Clifiord Sifton 

520. Colonists at Port aoyal 

521. Confederation: 1867 

522. Conscription 

523. Conscription in the Second 

■orlQ «ar 1939-1945 

524. Conscription 1917 

525. Crowfoot 

526. Cuthoect Grant and the HCtis 

527. David Thoapson 

528. David Thompson: Fur TEader, 

Explorer, Geographer 

529. Decisive Decades: A History 

or the Twentieth Century for 
Canadians, rev. ed. 

530. Democracy and Discontent 
5i1. Democratic Governnent in 

Canada, uth ed. 

532. The Depression 

533. Ihe Discoveries 

5i4. A Dutch Hoaesteader on the 
ttairies: The Letters of 
hiliea de Gelder 191C-13 

535. Eaixy Days in Upper Canada: 

Experiences of laaigraticn 
aua Settleaent, 1790-1640 

536. Sconoaic NationaiisB, rev. 

ed. 

537. Sgerton Ryerson 

538. Elizabeth Siacoe 

539. Slien Elliott: A Pioneer 

540. iaiiy Carr 
b-il. Eaily Murphy 

54<.. SsKiJios of Canada 

54j. i^xercising Power: Governaent 

in Canada 
5-»4. Ihe Exodus of the Japanese 

545. Fair Doaain 

546. Farmers of the East: Hu];cn 

Inaians 

547. Footprints in Tiae-A Source 

ctooK in British History 

548. Footprints in Tiae-A Source 

oooK. in Canadian History 

549. Footprints in liae-A Source 

ttooic m the History ot Gatario 

550. Forgin^j a Destiny: Canada 

Since 1945 

551. Potaing a Nation, Book 1 

552. Fort Yoric 

55J. Frediick Banting 

554. Fioa 5ea to Sea 

555. Proa Soa Unto Sea: Ihe Read 

to Nationhood 1850-1910 
53 f: . Th--- frontier Thesis and the 
^a;.a':a-,; Itit. LcLite en the 
I-:.act oi the c<i:i tJian 



Colliec^Hacaillan 

KcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Ginn 

Copp Clack 

Haclean-Hunter Learning 

Haterials 
HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

University of Toronto Press 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Bock Society 
Fitzhenry 6 Whiteside 
Oxford 

Thoaas Nelson 



HcGrav-Hill Byecson 
University of Toronto Press 

Haclean-Hunter Learning 

Materials 
Ccllier-nacaillan 
University of Toronto Press 



Gage 



Haclean-Hunter Learning 

Haterials 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Collier-HacBillan 
Longaan 

HeClelland 6 Stewart 
HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Ginn 

House of Grant 

House of Grant 

Dent 

Gage 

Gage 

Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

House of Grant 

Doubleday 

Copp Clark 



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557. The Fur Fort 

558. Fur Trade 

559. The Fur Trade 

5b0. Fur Trade Canoe Routes cf 
Canada-Ihea and Now 

561. Gaining Power: Democracy and 

Elections in Canada 

562. (Jeor<je Simpson and Ihe 

Hudson's Bay Company 

563. Gold Rush 

5bH. Gold Rush in the Caiibcc 

565. Goidwin Smith 

566. Great Britain: Its History to 

1901 

567. Tne Great Depression 

568. The Great Heritage 

569. Grey Owl: Man of the 

■ilderness 

570. Guerillas and Grenadiers 

571. The Helping Hand 

572. Historical Atlas of Canada, 

3rd rev. ed. (SI metric) 

573. How Are We Governed?, rev. 

ed. 

574. How the Depression Hit the 

tiest 

575. Hunters of the Plains: 

Assiniboine Indians 

576. The riutterites: A Study in 

Pr ejudice 

577. I Aid an Indian 

57b. Imiai'jrants in Canada, rev. 
ed. 

579. In Search of Canada, Vcluae 2 

580. Indians in Transition: An 

In«iuiry Approach 
531. The Indians of Canada/A 
Survey 

582. Indians of the North Pacific 

Coast 

583. Indians of the Plains 
58U. Indians of the Plains 
385. Inaians of the Subarctic 
b86. Inauotr ialization and Society 

587. An Introduction to the Arts 

in Canada 

588. Iro^uoians of the Eastern 

Mooalands 

589. Issues in Cultural Diversity 

590. James Douglas: Father of 

British Columbia 

591. John A. Hacdonald 

592. Joan A. Macdonald: Ihe flan 

and the Politician 

593. Joseph Howe 

59U. Laoour and Nanagement 

595. Laud of Promise 

596. Laura Secord 

597. Letter Pearson: Ciplciat and 

politician 
b)-'.. i-t.t. Jii Liv*': The Native 



Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Collier-Macaillan 

E. & T. Books 

Longman 

Beck Society 

fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Gion 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Oxford 

Collier >nacBillan 
House of Grant 
Hacmillan 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Tantalus Research 
Ihomas Nelson 

Clarke, Irwin 

HcClelland & Stewart 

Ginn 

Oxford 

Cent 

Guidance Centre 

Prentice-Hall 
McClelland & Stewart 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Royal Ontario Museua 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Royal Ontario Museum 
Royal Ontario Museum 
McClelland & Stewart 
Copp Clark 

Royal Ontario Museua 

O.I.S.B. 
Oxford 

Fitzhenry € Whiteside 
Oxford 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Haclean-Hunter Learning 

Materials 
House of Grant 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Oxford 

Dent 



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2965 



599. Life at Bed River: 1830-166C 

600. Life ia Acadia 

601. Life in New France 
632. Life in New France 

603. Life of the Loyalists 

604. The London and Port Stanley 

iiailway: 1856 

605. Loaxs Hiel 

606. Loais Biel: k Volatile Legacy 

607. Loais Biel: The Bebel aod the 

Hero 

608. .Waning Canadian History, Bock 

1 

609. Having Canadian History* Bock 

610. aan and Machine: What Price? 

611. daay Cultures Hany Heritages 

612. darion Billiard 

613. Nation of the North 

614. The National Dreaa and The 

Last Spike 

615. Native Survival 

616. Nellie HcClung 

617. New trance: Canada in the 

Days of New France 

618. Ihe New Vorld 

619. Moaaas of the Shield: Ojifcwa 

Indians 

620. Noc3dn Bethune 

621. Norta American Neighbours 

622. North-aest aounted Police 
o23. The North-aest Rebellion 

624. Northern Destiny: A History 

of Canada 

625. One Doainion 

o^D. Ordeal by Fire: Canada 

1^10-1945 
627. The Original People 
6^d. Paalies and Wheels: Everyday 

Life and Travel in Canada 
6^9. Paul Kane 
oiO. Philips* Historical Atlas of 

Canada 

631. Pioneers: Pioneer Life in 

Upper Canada 

632. Poxitics Are People 

633. PoJi.JOidker 
bju. ine Prairies 

635. Protest, Violence and Social 

Caartge 

636. Proud Ages 

637. deaamgs in Canadian Civics 

638. The iiieal iiorld of City 

Politics 

639. Eegional Disparity 

640. Booert Owen: Bealist or 

Visionary? 
b4i. Siinto-.iarie Aaong the Barons 
o4^. Sai .icLaughlin 
o->j. ^'^i.iizxu^ iiarriors of the 

• ■::t: Nootica Itiiaiis 



Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Hhiteside 

Ihcaas Nelson 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

fitzhenry 6 Whiteside 

Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Haclean-Hunter Learning 

Haterials 
Oxford 

Gage 

Gage 

Baciillan 

acGraw-Hill Byerson 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Clarke, Irwin 
HcClelland & Stewart 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Collier*nacBillan 

BcClelland & Stewart 
Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
BcGraw-Hill Byerson 
Fitzhenry 6 Whiteside 
Copp Clark 
Cent 

BcGraw-Bill Byerson 
Doubleday 

Holt 
Cxford 

Fitzhenry S Whiteside 
Hoyer vico 

Collier 'Bacaillan 

Griffin House 
Fitzhenry 6 Whiteside 
HcClelland & Stewart 
Frentice-Hall 

HcGraw-Hill Byerson 
BcGraw-Hill Byerson 
Jaaes Loriaer 

Haclean-Hunter Learning 

Baterials 
Bacaillan 

Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Ginn 



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64U. The Search for Identity, 

Canada: Postwar to Present 
645. The Seigneury of Longueuil 
64b. Self Government 

647. Separatism 

648. Settlement of the West 

649. Shipbuilding in the naritines 

650. Ihe Sinking of the I*m Alone 

651. Soldier at Quebec: T775 

652. Spy at Quebec: 1759 

653. They Shared to Survive: The 

Native Peoples of Canada 

654. This Land, These People 

655. Thomas Keefer 

656. The Timber Trade 

657. Timothy Eaton 

658. To the Promised Land 

659. Trapping Is My Life 

660. Treaties and Promises: 

Sduiteaux Indians 

661. 20ch Century Canada 

662. Votes for the People: Tb€ 

Chartist Movement, 1839 

663. The Voyageurs 

664. alest to the Sea 

665. lifnen Grandma and Grandpa Here 

Kids 

666. When Strangers Meet, 2Dd ed. 

667. Wilfrid Laurier: The Great 

Conciliator 

668. William Berczy 

669. UilliaiB Hamilton Merritt: 

Canada* s Father of 
Transportation 

670. riii.liam Lyon Mackenzie: Bebel 

Against Authority 

671. William Van Home 

672. The Winnipeg General Strike 

673. Toe Winnipeg General Strike 

674. The Winnipeg Strike: 1919 

675. W. L. Mackenzie King 

676. Women in Canadian Politics 

677. Alexander Graham Bell 

678. Allan Napier MacNab 

679. La confederation 

680. Contfedferation: 1867 

681. David Thompson 

682. La defense 

683. Les aeux Canadas 
6tf4 . Egertoa Ryerson 
635. Elizabeth Simcoe 

686. Emily Carr 

687. Etudes canadiennes: la 

societe et toi 

688. tiistoire de la civilisation & 

partir du monde actuel 

689. Hxstoire du Canada h partir 

au sju&bec actuel 
d'-tO, Ihxtiation Sl i*histoire 
bi^, 1 tiiti'itiori i I'hiiitoice et 



Doubleday 

Ginn 

McClelland & Stewart 

Maclean'Hunter Learning 

Materials 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Ginn 

McClelland S Stevart 
Ginn 
Ginn 
Hacmillan 

Longman 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Ginn 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Tantalus Research 

Peter Martin 

Ginn 

Clarke, Irwin 
Hacmillan 

Ginn 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Gage 

Tantalus Research 
Oxford 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 



Oxford 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Copp Clark 
Maclean-Hunter Learning 

Materials 
Longman 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Editions Julienne 
Editions Julienne 
Thomas Nelson 
Copp Clark 
Editions Julienne 
Hurtubise HMH 
Thomas Nelson 
Editions Julienne 
Editions Julienne 
Editions Julienne 
Wiley 

GuSrin 

GuSrin 

Guerin 

Centre Educatif et Calturel 



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692. Laura Secocd 

693. Le Hanitoba, reflets d*aii 

pa ss6 

694. HocaaD Bethune 

695. La Nourelle-Prance: 1713-176C 

696. L'origiae des 6coles 

fcangaises dans I'Ontaric 

697. La population 

698. Saa ^IcLaughlin 

699. Le territoire 

700. Xxaothy Eaton 

701. La Tie ecoQoaiqae 

702. La vie politique 

703. Les voies de coBBunications 

704. rfilliaa Haailton Herritt 

705. The Coaputer: An Everydaj 

Hachine, 2nd ed. 

706. Inforaatics: An Introduction 

to Data Processing 

707. Proolea Solving: The Coaputer 

Approach 

708. Processing Inforaation: The 

Coaputer in Perspective 

709. aanuel d* initiation & 

1* inforaatique 

710. Les ordinateurs 

711. Caabridge Latin Course « Onit 

I (Stages 1 to 12) 

712. Caabridge Latin Course, Onit 

II (Stages 13 to 20) 

713. Caabridge Latin Course, Ooit 

III (Stages 21 to 31) 

714. Lingua Latina, Voluae I, 3rd 

ed. 

715. Lingua Latina, Voluae II, 3rd 

ed. 

716. Civis Boaanus, 6d. fran^aise 

717. Hentor, %d. frangaise 

718. 3asic natheaatics I 

719. Caicu-aath 

720. Zhe Calculator Horkbcz 

721. CoQteaporary Hatheaatics 1 

722. Cross-Muaber Puzzles (vhole 

nuabers) , (SI aetric) 

723. Geoaetry Hathset 

724. dolt Hatheaatics 1 

725. dath. Book 1, rev. SI aetric 

ed. 

726. Hath Is/1 (SI aetric) 

727. Hatheaatics, Book Seven 

728. Hatheaatics, Grade Seven 

729. Hodern Hatheaatics: A 

Discovery Approach, Grade 7 

730. rmnKlab I 

731. Horizons aathSaatiques/l , 

(SI) 

732. Hdth&aatique 11 

733. HarnSaatigue 12, (SI) 

734. JatnSaatique 13 

7i5. ddtaSaa tiques nouvelles: 

o^^tions 110/120/13C 
7jo. n-it ur.-aiti'ju^iS nouvelles: 



Editions Julienne 
Editions du 316 

Editions Julienne 

GuSrin 

Editions de l*0nivecsit6 

d*Otta«a 
Hurtubise HHH 
Editions Julienne 
Hurtubise HHH 
Editions Julienne 
Hurtubise HHH 
Hurtubise HHH 
Hurtubise HHH 
Editions Julienne 
Addison-Hesley 

Pitaan 

HcGrav-HlIl Ryerson 

HcGrav-Hill Byerson 

Editions lOHA 

Beaucheain 
Hacaillan 

Hacaillan 

Hacaillan 

Nature Method 

Nature Method 

Hethuen 

Hetbuen 

Ginn 

Scholar's Choice 

Addison-Hesley 

Holt 

SBA 

Gage 
Holt 
Gage 

Thoaas Helson 
Copp Clark 
Copp Clark 
Thoaas Nelson 

SBA 
Eeaacbeain 

Editions HBi 
Editions HEM 
Editions HBH 
Editions P. I.e. 

Editions P. I.e. 



985 



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737. 


Hath&Datigues nouvelles 1 


Editions P.I.C. 


7J8. 


nuitimath 2 


Editions du Renouveau 
f edagogique 


739. 


Nombres crois§s (noibr€s 
entiers) 


SBA 


740. 


oasic iMathenatics II 


Ginn 


741. 


Contemporary Matheoatics 2 


Holt 


742. 


Hoit Mathematics 2, (SI 
metric) 


Holt 


743. 


Hath, Book 2, rev. SI metric 

ed. 
Math Is/2, (SI metric) 


Gage 


744. 


Thomas Nelson 


745. 


Mathematics, Book Eight 


Copp Clark 


746. 


Mathematics, Grade Eight 


Copp Clark 


747. 


Modern Mathematics: A 
Discovery Approach, Grade 8 


Thomas Nelson 


748. 


Horizons math6matiques/2, 
(SI) 


Eeauchemin 


749. 


Hath&matiques modernes II 


Editions du Benouveau 
pedagogique 


750. 


Math&matiques nouvelles 2 


Editions P.I.C. 


751. 


General Mathematics 1 


Ginn 


752. 


Math Probe 1 


Holt 


753. 


Mathematics for a Modern 


Gage 



iiorld. Book 1 

754. Mathematics for a Modern 

Uorld, Book 1, 2nd ed. (SI 
metric) 

755. Mathematics for Today and 

Tomorrow =MT2, SI metric ed. 

756. Mathematics Skillbuilding, SI 

metric ed . 

757. Mathematics 409 

758. Starting Points in 

Mathematics 9, SI metric ed. 

759. Math6matiques nouvelles, 

option 310 

760. Math&mitiques nouvelles, 

option 412 

761. MathSmatiques pour un sonde 

moderne: tome 1, (SI) 

762. Contemporary Mathematics 3 

763. Math Is/3, (SI metric) 

764. Mathematical Pursuits One, 

(SI metric) 

765. Mathematical Pursuits One 
76b. Mathematics: Insights and 

Applications, Book One 
7b7. Mathematics Alive 1 
7o8. Mathematics for Enrichment, 

SI metric ed. 

769. Mathematics 9, 2nd ed. 

770. Secondary School Mathematics, 

Book Nine 

771. Math^matiques nouvelles, 

options 320/330 

772. Applied Mathematics for Icday 

(AMI): An Introduction, (SI 
metric) 

773. ouoiuess Math Exercises, (SI 

BietClC) 

774. ie^iMdl Mdthematic:^ 2 



Gage 

HcGrav'Hill Ryerson 

HcGran-Hiil Ryerson 

Copp Clark 
Ginn 

Editions P.I.C. 

Editions P.I.C. 

Gage 

Holt 

Ibcnas Nelson 

Macnillan 

Nacmillan 
Gage 

Copp Clark 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Gage 

Copp Clark 

Editions P.I.C. 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Ginn 



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775. 
77b. 
777, 

778. 



779, 

780. 
781, 
782. 

783. 
784, 
785. 



786. 

787. 
738. 

789. 
790. 
791. 
792. 
793. 
79U, 



795, 



796. 

797. 
79d. 
799. 
80C. 
801, 
802. 

803. 

804. 

805. 
806. 
b07. 

808, 

809, 

310. 

811. 

812. 

813, 

814, 

815 

81o. 

817. 



tlanagiag Personal Pcopertf 

aath Probe 2 

.lat hematics for a Hodero 

World, 3oo)c 2 
Mathematics foe a Hodeco 

tforld, Book 2, 2nd ed. (SI 

■etri^) 
aathematics for Today 10 
Payroll 
Trigonometry 
ilath&iatijues nouvelles* 

422/432 
Contemporary Hatbematics 4 
aatbematical Pursuits T«o 
Hathematics: Insights and 

Applications, Book Tho» (SI 

metric) 
aatheoatics Alive 2, (SI 

metric) 
Hathematics 10, 2nd ed. 
A-LH German, Level One, 2nd 

ed . 
Aut aeutsch, bitte! 1 
Aut deutsch, bitte! 2 
Oeutsch: Entdecken wic es! 
Oeutsch far AuslSnder, l€il 1 
Deutsch 2000, Band 1 
Deutsche Sprachlehre flSr 

Ausllnder, Grundstufe in 

einem Band 
Deutsche Sprachlehre fUr 

Ausllnder, Grundstufe, 1. 

Teil 
German: A Structural 

Approach, Book 1 
German Today: One, rev. ed. 
Geraan Today, One 
Ich Spreche Deutsch 
Kurzfassung 

Sprich Hal Deutsch! Tear 1 
Verstehen und Sprechen* rev. 

ed. 
Basic Italian, 4th ed. 
Incoatro con I'ltaliano* 

Primo Cor so 
Present Day Italian 
Primo Corso d'ltaliano 
A-LH Russian, Level One, 2nd 

ed. 
A-LH Spanish, Level One, 2nd 

ed. 
£1 Camino Beal, Book 1, 3cd 

ed. 
Curso :ioderno de Espanol 
2atend9r y Uablar, rev. ed. 
2spa?ol: A Descubrirlc 
Espaabl: A Sentirlo 
SspaHbl: Come nee mos, 2nd ed. 
£i>t;aaol: Sigaoos, 2nd ed. 
Si E^^pafTol al Dia, Book 1, 

-»tQ ei. 
£.ir>aaol Moderno I, exp. ed. 



Copp Clark 

Bolt 
Gage 

Gage 



Cent 

Copp Clark 
Copp Clark 
Editions F.I.C. 

Hclt 

Hacaillan 

Gage 



Copp Clark 

Gage 
Lcngian 

Didier 

Cidier 

HcGrau-Hill Byerson 

Bock Society 

Didier 

Cidier 



Cidier 



Longman 

Houghton Hifflin 

floughton Hifflin 

Didier 

Cent 

Oxford 

Holt 

Hclt 
Wiley 

Heath 
Heath 
Longman 

Lcogman 

Houghton Hifflin 

Heath 

Holt 

HcGrawHill Byerson 

HcGraw-Hill Byerson 

HcGraw-Hill Byerson 

HcGraw-Hill Byerson 

Heath 

Cbdcles £. Herrill 



987 



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813. LeDgua Activa 1 

819. Spanish for Comnunication: 

Level One 

820. Usted y Yo rev. ed. 

821. Adrian Waller's Guide tc 

Music 
622, Bdsxc Goals in Music 7 

823. Canadian Vibrations 

canadiennes 

824. Classroom Ukulele Method 

825. Fanfare, Act 2 

826. Folk Songs of Canada, Choral 

Edition 

827. For Young Musicians, Voluae 1 

828. Let's Sing and Play 

829. Music for Young Canada 7 
8iO. Music for Young Canada 8 

831. Practical Sight Singing for 

Senior Grades in Elementary 
Scnools 

832. Search for a New Sound: Easic 

Goals in Music 8 

833. Song to a Seagull 

834. Songs for Today, Voluae Seven 

835. Songs for Today, Volune Eight 

836. Songs for Today. Volune Nine 

837. Songtime 7 

838. Songtime 8 

839. Tne Sounds of Music 

840. Youthful Voices, Book 1, rev. 

ed. 

841. Youtbful Voices, Book 2 

842. Cudnsons 

cdnddiennes->f rangaises, 2e 
&d. 

843. Chansons de Quebec 

844. Mon &cole chante, 7e ann€€, 

fed. r^v. 

845. MOQ fecole chante, 8e annCe, 

fed. rfev, 

846. Musi^ue: orchestres et 

analyse d'oeuvres 

847. Health, Science, and You 1 

848. dealth. Science, and You 2 
d49. Health, Science, and You 3 

850. Health, Science, and You 4 

851. Health and Development 1 

852. Health and Development 2 

853. Sex, Sexuality, and Cur 

Changing Society 

854. VD-Ine People to People 

Diseases 

855. Asptiilt Jungle 

85b. Aotionomy (SI metric) 

8"37. iJd:iic Science 1 

858. basic Science 2 

85^. duoDles to Batteries 

8oC. The Dandelion (SI metric) 

dol. Jceea Power 

6r>^, :ledt 

ooj . iicjit and Electric Energy, (SI 
ji-atL ic) 



Ginn 

Houghton Mifflin 

Collier-Macmillan 
Clarke, Irwin 

McGraw-Hill Byerson 
Macmillan 

Waterloo Music 
Clarke, Irwin 
Waterloo Music 

Waterloo Music 

Waterloo Music 

Gage 

Gage 

Jarman Publications 



McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Waterloo Music 

Waterloo Music 

Waterloo Music 

Holt 

Holt 

Macmillan 

Gordon V. Thompson 

Gordon V. Thompson 
Waterloo Music 



Waterloo Music 
Editions F.I.C. 

Editions F.I.C. 

Beauchemin 

Holt 
Hclt 
Hclt 
Holt 
Cent 
Dent 
Guidance Centre 

Anansi 

Wiley 

Hclt 

Macmillan 

Macmillan 

Wiley 

Holt 

Wiley 

Bock- Society 

Holt 



988 



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2971 



d6U. Heat and Hagnetisa, (SI 

aetric) 
865. Inside Story 
066. Integrated Secondary School 

Science (IS3), Level 1 
867. Introductory Physical 

Science, 3rd ed . 
666. Invertebrates, (SI aetiic) 

669. Investigating Our Uorld 

670. Investigating the Earth, rev. 

ed. 

671. Light and Sound, (SI aetric) 

672. Living Systeas 

673. Happing Saall Places, (SI 

ae tr ic ) 
87u. Heasareaent, Density, and 
Pressure, (SI aetric) 

675. Hechanics, (SI aetric) 
876. The Hethods of Science 1 
677. Ihe Hethods of Science 2 

676. The dethods of Science 3 

879. lae Hethods of Science U 

880. Hetric Thrust 

861. :iicrobiology 

862. HiQi Things 

863. Hini-cliaates (SI aetric) 

864. Netvorlcs, (SI aetric) 

865. Physical Science: Interactico 

of Hatter and Energy, (SI 

aetric) 
886. Plants, (SI aetric) 
867. Reproduction and Heredity, 

(SI aetric) 
888. Science Activities 7 
669. Science Activities 8 
890. Science for Secondary 

Schools, Book 1 
691. Science for Secondary 

Schools, Book 2 

892. Science 9 

893. Science 10 
89U. Sciencelab 1 

895. Sciencelab 2 

896. Skills and Techniques 

897. Saail Creatures, (SI aetric) 
896. Solids, Liquids and Gases, 

(SI aetric) 

899. Ihe Structure of Hatter 

900. Trees, (SI aetric) 

901. Understanding Living Things 

902. Verteorates, (SI aetric) 

903. Your Senses, (SI aetric) 

904. diologie: la cellule 

905. Biologie: 

ost&ologie-auscularit6 

906. aiologie ai2*U22 

907. Chiaie: objectifs 

pr^paratoires 
906. Les cours d*eau 
909. Les Stres et leur ailieo: 

initiation a l*&cologi€ 



Bolt 

Hiley 
Thalassa 

Prentice'Hall 

Holt 

Hacaillan 

Houghton Hifflin 

Holt 
Holt 
Holt 

Holt 

Holt 

Clarke, Irwin 

Clarke, Irvin 

Clarke, Irwin 

Clarke, Irwin 

Scholar's Choice 

Holt 

Hiley 

Holt 

Hiley 

Heath 



Holt 
Holt 

Gage 
Gage 
Pitaan 

Pitaan 

Copp Clark 

Copp Cleurk 

Scholar's Choice 

Scholar's Choice 

Hacaillan 

Holt 

Holt 

Bolt 

Holt 

Heath 

Holt 

Holt 

Editions ci Benouveau 

FSdagogique 
Editions du Benoaveau 

PSdagogique 
GuSrin 
Editions du Benoaveaa 

PSdagogique 
HcGraw-Hill Byerson 
Erault s, Bouthillier 



989 



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910. 3uide de cecherches 

911. Initiation aux sciences 

physiques 

912. Les insectes 

91J. Introduction a la biolcgie 

914. ues mammifdres 

915. ilSthodes et techniques 

916. Seige et glace, 5d. SI 

917. Les oiseaux, €d . SI 

918. Les oiseaux 

919. Les plantes 

920. Pollution, Sd. SI 

921. Sciences physiques II 

922. Les sols 

923. Applications of Electrical 

Construction 

924. Applied Electricity 

925. Auto Body Repair and 

fief inishing 

926. Automobile Construction and 

Operation, 3rd ed. 

927. Automotive Fundamentals, 4th 

ed., SI metric 

928. Automotive Mechanics and 

Technology 

929. The beautician 

930. Building Construction: 

Materials and Methods 

931. Drafting Fundamentals, Utb 

ed. 

932. Elements of Electricity and 

Electronics 

933. Pood Preparation 

934. The Foundations of Tecboical 

Drawing 

935. Fundamentals of Oxy-Acetylene 

and Arc Welding 

936. Hand and Machine Uocdwoik, 

rev. ed. 

937. Home Nursing 

938. Horticulture for Profit and 

Pleasure 

939. Industrial Arts 

940. Intermediate Electricity, 2Dd 

ed. (SI metric) 

941. Interpreting Engineering 

Drawings 

942. Introduction to Electricity 

943. Introduction to Technical 

Drawing, rev. ed. 

944. Introduction to Woodworking 

and Construction 

945. Introductory Electricity, 2nd 

ed. (SI metric) 

946. Machine Shop: Theory and 

Practice, rev. ed. 

947. .idCQine Shop Training, 3rd 

ea., SI metric 

948. Math Modules: Core, conkined 

SI metric and Imperial eds. 
^-.'. .lath ??.>iji'^5: Duitinq, 



HcGrav-Hill Ryerson 
Institut de Recherches 

Psychologigues 
McGraw-Hill Byerson 
Hurtubise HHH 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Editions HRH 
Editions HRH 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Editions HRH 
Institut de Recherches 

Psychologigues 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
General Publishing 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
HcGrawHill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGrawUill Ryerson 

Macmillan 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Macmillan 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
longman 

Pitman 

Macmillan 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Cent 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
General Publishing 

Van Nostrand 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Macmillan 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

General Publishing 

Macmillan 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

General Publishing 

General Publishing 



990 



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Geoeial Pablishing 



950. Hath Hodules: Hachine Sbop* 

c3moined SI Betric aod 
Imperial eds. 

951. nechanics of Saall Engines 

952. t^diDting and Decorating 
95J. Pcxnciples of Electrical 

Tbeory 

954. Bough Carpentry and Hascnry 

955. Saeet Metal Practice, 2nd ed. 

(SI Betric) 

956. Small Appliance Repairs 

957. Saall Engines 

958. Understanding loung Children 

959. i^eldmg 

960. rfeldxng: Theory and Practice 

901. 4ei.dxng Projects: k Design 

Approach 

902. i^e d&bosselage et la 

r&paration des autOBobiles 

963. dissents de pu^riculture 

964. laxtxation au dessin 

industriel 

965. La Benuiserie 
96b. La pr&paration des aliBents 
967. i.e soudage 
9(>8. iSlerie: principes et travaux 

d'atelier, ler partie 

9 69. Le consonnateur et le 
ronde des affaires 

970. Business Machine Skills 

Applications, Book 1 

971. Dynanisme de la vente, 

2e cd. 

972. Building Typing Skills 

2nd ed. SI metric 

973. The Greeks Had A Word For It 

974. Latin is Alive and Well 

975. I Can Spell F 

976. Wordcraft Junior 

977. One Small Step: An Intro- 

duction to Environmental 
Studies 

97 8. Water 'World, (SI metric) 

979. Focus on Canada 

980. Atlas Larousse canadien 

ed. rev. 

981. Canada Moves Westward 

982. Emily Stowe 

98 3. Gabriel Dumont 

984. Hart Massey 

985. Vilhjalrur Stefansson and 

the Arctic 

986. Wilfrid Laurier 
9S7. Louis Picl 

988. La vie en Acadie 

989. -Mathematiques d* aujourd'hui 1 

990. FMT (Foundations of Mathematics McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

for Tomorrow) : An Introduction 
SI metric 



HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

ncGrav'Uill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 
HacBillan 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGcaw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Pitman 

Beauchemin 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Guidance Centre 

Guidance Centre 

Heath 

Dent 

NC Press 



Wiley 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Les Editions Frangaises 

McClelland & Stewart 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Book Society 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Editions Julienne 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Copp Clark 



991 



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991- Curson Practice de Espanol 

992. Physical Science: 

An Introductory Study, 
(SI metric) 

993. The Structure of Matter, 

(SI metric) 

994. Sciences physiques: matiSre 

onercjie interactions, (SI) 

995. Le Soudage, 2e. 6d., SI 



Beauchemin 
Prentice-Hall 

Holt 

Centre Educatif et 
Culturel 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

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TEXTBOOKS FOB TBE SENIOB CIVISIOM 



2975 



TITLE 

1. Painting in Canada: A History 

2. Accounting: A Systems 

Approach 

3. Accounting 1, 2nd ed. 

4. applied Accounting Projects 

5. FACT- (Fundaoental Accounting 

Concepts and Technigues) 

6. Introduction to Accounting* 

cev. ed. 

7. ConptabilitS: cours 

secondaire, voluae I 

8. Cooptabilite: coucs 

secondaire, voluae II 

9. Sl&oents de coaptabilitC: 

gtude d'un syst&ae 

10. Les fondements de la 

coaptabilit4, tone 1 » 2e 6d. 

11. Les londeoents de la 

coaptabilit&, toae 2 

12. Les tondeaents de la 

coaptabilitS , toae 3 

13. Pcdtique de la coaptabilit^ 

14. Basic Accounting Pcactic€» 

rev. ed . 

15. Business Finance for 

Canadians 

16. Business Nanageaent in 

Canada: An Introduction 

17. Business Organization and 

Management 
IS. Business Writing: Letters 

19. Business Writing: Reports 

20. The Canadian Consuaer 

^1. Uoildcs and Sense: A Guide to 
Family Honey nanageaent 

22. tloae Truths 

23. An Introduction to Canadian 

Business, 2nd ed. 

24. Introduction to Nanageaent 

25. Hachine Applications foe 

Business Problems 

26. Honey and Business 

27. Les mat h&oatigues du 

consonmateur 

28. Votre argent 

29. Building Production Skills* 

2ad ed . , SI metric 
JO. Coapiete Course in Office 

i^rocedures, 4th ed. 
31. Creative Communication for 

Businr^ss Stuuents, 2nd ed. 
3^.. Developing Office Typing 

SKills 
33. £ftective Business 

Codiaunication 



PUBLISHES CODE 

Oniversity of Toronto Press 
HcGcaw-Uill Ryerson 

Prentice-Hall 

Pitaan 

Pitaan 

General Publishing 

Le Centre Pfedagogiqae 

Le Centre P^dagogique 

HcGraw-Hill Byerson 

Beaucheain 

Eeaucheain 

Beaucheain 

Editions Lidec 
Pitaan 

Pitaan 

Hiley 

HcGrav-Hill Bjecson 

Gage 

Gage 

Pitaan 

McGraw-Hill Byerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 
HcGraw-Hill Byerson 

Pitaan 
Pitaan 

Gage 

Editions du Benoaveaa 

pedagogique 
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HcGraw-Hill Byerson 

Holt 

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HcGraw-Hill Byerson 



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34. Svolviag Secretarial 

Practices 

35. Hessage and Meaning 

36. Modern Office Procedures 1 

37. Mojern Office Procedures 2 
3d. Office Procedures: A Project 

A(>proach 

39. Oftice Procedures in Action 

40. Oftice Procedures 200C 

41. Production Plus 

42. Prsfessional Applications in 

Typewriting 

43. Seuior Secretarial Practice 

44. You Can Spell 

45. Le classement 

46. Cours complet de secc6tariat 

aoderne, fed. SI 

47. Dact/lographie g§n6ral€ 

48. Le frangais, langue des 

affaires 

49. 99 lemons de dactylographie 

aiod?i:ne, 2e livre 

50. Le travail de bureau, 3e fed. 

51. The Computer: An Everyday 

Machine, 2nd ed . 

52. InLoi uidt ics: An Introduction 

to Data Processing 

53. Information Processing in 

Society 

54. Probiea Solving: The Cooputer 

Approach 

55. Processing Information: Ihe 

Computer in Perspective 

56. Prograaming for Senior 

Students 

57. Principes d' informatique 

58. Business Machine Operations 

and Applications 

59. Machine Calculation 
bO. Mathematics for Business 

Mactiine Applications 

61. Practical Machine Operati 

62. Advertising at Work. ..In 

Modern Marketplace, 2nd 

63. Introductory Marketing: A 

Retail Perspective 

64. Marketing: A Canadian Pic 

65. Marketing in Canada 

66. MacKeting Research 

67. Marketing 1, (SI) 

68. Marketing 2, (SI) 

69. Selling 

70. Le marketing: rfealit6 

canadienne 

71. Le marketing au Canada: 

textes et cas 

72. Computers and Problem Solving 

73. Coasumer Credit and Consumer 

Fc aud 

74. liiourcince 

75. MatJil Funds 

7',. t'j..u:.\'.: Your Inv^-staents 



HcGrawHill Ryerson 

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Pitman 

ncGraw*Hill Byerson 

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Gage 

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Gage 

Pitman 

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Beauchemin 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Addison-Hesley 

Pitman 

HacLean-Hunter Learning 

Materials 
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McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Pitman 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 





Pitman 




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McGraw-Hill 


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file 


Pitman 






McGraw-Hill 


Ryerson 




McGraw-Hill 


Ryerson 




Gage 






Gage 






McGraw-Hill 


Ryerson 




Editions HRN 





Editions HRH 

Addison-Hesley 
Pitman 

Pitman 
Pitman 

I- 1 1 ■ 4 Ti 



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77. Ioa» the Consuier 

78. A DiffereDt Oraaaec 

79. A Handbooic of the Tbeati€» 

2a d ed. 
8C. The :iagic Hask 

61. Aiaei^icaaizatioD 

62, odsxc Econoaics 

di. Ca&dda and the O.S.: 

Cootineatal Partners or Mary 
Neighbours? 

84. Caaaaa's Poor: Are They 

Always to be with Os? 

85. The waaadian Ecoooay and Its 

Pcooleas, 2nd ed. 

86. Coa temporary Canada: Headings 

in £conoBics 

87. Econoaics: A Search for 

Patterns 

88. Econoaics for Canadians, rev. 

ed. 
o9. Forced Growth 

90. Ine (ireat Canadian Debate: 

Foreign Ownership 

91. Laoour and Sanageaent 

92. :iaa, Econoaics and the 

Econoiy 

93. headings in the Uorld of 

Econoaics 
:^4. Understanding the Canadian 
Ecoaoay, rev. ed. (SI 
aetric) 

95. Hhat about Poverty in Canada? 

96. Les rouages de I'Sccnoaie 

97. La vie feconoaique 
93. Action English 4 
99. A Choice of Words 

102. City as Classrooa: 

Understanding Langaage and 
Hedxa 

101. Coateaporary Satire 

102. Creative English, rev. ed. 

103. Dreaas and Challenges: 

■cxtiag Poetry 

104. ?our Approaches to Prose 

105. Language Coaes Alive 11 

106. Language Hatters 

107. Language Soves 

lOd. The Language People Beally 
Use 

109. iiow, the Newspaper 

110. Patterns of Thought: The 

udsxc Language Skills Eook 

111. Tectiaijues of oood Uritiog 
^^Z. liOLticraft Senior 

113. ariter's Uorkshop 

114. rne •Titers* Self-Startei 
lla. ?roa Nature to dan, (SI 

aetric) 

116. A Jui<ie to the Study of 

^^viioaaental Pollution 

in. A ii:.. to th«; Ltujy of 



iiley 

HcClelland S Stewart 

Gage 

Bacaillan 

RcGraw-Hill Byecson 
Fitaan 
Prcntice^Hall 



Bolt 

Prentice Hall 

Bolt 

Gage 

Bacaillaa 

Jaaes Loriaer 
BcClelland & Stewart 

Baclean-Hunter Learning 

Haterials 
Bolt 

BcGrawHill Byerson 

Pitaan 



Guidance Centre 

GaCrin 

BcGraw-Hill Byerson 

Gage 

Oxford 

Bock Society 



Bolt 

Copp Clark 

Bacaillan 

Bacaillan 
Dent 

Ihoaas Helson 
Thoaas Nelson 
Bock Society 

longaan 

Hethuen 

Bock Society 

Dent 

Eook Society 

Collier- Bacaillan 

Uiley 

Prentice-Ball 

Prentice-Ball 



995 



2978 

118. 

119. 

12C. 

121. 

122. 
123. 
12U. 
125. 

126. 

127. 
128. 

129. 

13C. 
131. 
132. 
133. 
134. 

1i5. 
13b. 

137. 

138. 

139. 

140. 

1U1. 

1U2. 
143. 

144. 

145. 
146. 
147. 

148. 

149. 
150. 

151. 

152. 

153. 

154. 

155. 

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A Suide to the Study of 

Ecology 
A Guide to the Study of 

Terrestrial Ecology 
Inquiry into Envircoaent 

Pollution 
Lifeooat: Man and a Hafci 

Earth 
Haa's Physical Environne 
People and Pollution 
Ecologie 
Les Stres et leur milieu 

iaitidtion & 1* Geologic 
Lxi^ ^randes themes de 

1' fecologie 
Le monde qui t'entoure 
Clothing: A Comprehensiv 

Study 
Clothing and Culture: 

Conteaporary Concepts 
Paailies 

Food: Fact and Folklore 
Housing 
Nutriscore 
Pej^le and Change: Faail 

Ml (tdgeoent 
Shiuidinq: People and Sh 
rhXii is the Life!, (SI 

IBr.tl.ic) 

Mo^ea in Canadian Sports 
L'dliineDtation: ses ault 

aspects 
Oictionnaire du frangais 

contemporain: Larousse 
Le frangais parl& au cou 

secondaire, livre 3 
Le ttangais parl§ au cou 

secondaire, livre 4 
Jcduijaire frangaise 
JrauiJiaire franyaise 

expii<iu§e: tome 2 
liraffiiuaire frangaise 

expliqu^e: tome 3 
La narration 
Notre po5sie 
Notre roman 
Nouveaux exercices fcan^ 



Soil 


Prentice-Hall 




Pcentice-Hall 


al 


Hacaillan 


tabic 


Uiley 


nt 


Encyclopedia 



y 

elter 
iples 
rs 

£S 



a is 



Petit guide grammatical pour 
secr&taires et r^dacteurs 

Le Petit Larousse iilustrfi 
1978 

Phon6tigue applitju6e 

PrScis de grammaire fran^aise 

Pr&cis methodigue de 

grammaire frangaise 
lerre de Qu&bec: po^sie 

iju&b&coise 1 
rovit au long du fleuve: 

pj&sie gu6b6coise 2 
A--.1 Frnfich, L»iV*.i Two, 2nd 



Gage 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Erault & Bouthillier 

Editions Aquila 

GuSrin 

HcClellaDd 6 Stevart 

McClelland 6 Stevart 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McClelland & Stewart 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Methuen 

McClelland & Stewart 

Oxford 
Copp Clark 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
GuCrin 

Editions Franpaises 

Les Presses de l*Universit§ 

Laval 
Les Presses de I*Universit6 

Laval 
GuSrin 
Hurtubise HHH 

Hurtubise HHH 

Centre Iducatif et Cultarel 
Hurtubise HMH 
Hurtubise HMH 
Editions du Renouveau 

PSdagogique 
Editions Fides 

L^s Editions Fcangaises 

Beauchemin 

Editions du Renouveau 

P6dagogique 
Editions Pfedagogia 

Editions du Benouveaa 

P€dagogigue 
Editions du Renouveau 

PCdagogique 
Lcrgxan 



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157. Bonne chance! Heath 

158. Cours Boyen de frangais. Part Clarke, Irwin 

1 

159. De nos jours Heath 

160. Les enseaoles Prentice-Hall 

161. Le francais international. Centre Educatif et Caltarel 

livre b, 2e version 

162. Le francais partout 5 Holt 

163. Preach 2 Ginn 

164. Ici on parle frangais. Level Prentice-Hall 

Five 

165. Ici on parle frangais. Level Prentice-Hall 

166. X i'avenir Heath 

167. Hew Writing Prograa 3: French Yale 
lod. Hew writing prograa 4: French lale 
1b9. c>daoraBa Canada: cours de Heath 

fcangais pratique et 
ronaaiental 

170. Panoraaa Canada 2 Heath 

171. Panoraaa de la graaaaire Editions iqaila 

frangaise 

172. Aerial Photo Interpretation Book Society 

173. Agriculture in Southern Cent 

oat<iLio 

17u. Api)did=hian Kentucky: An HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Exploited Region 

175. Auottdiid ncClelland & Stewart 

17o. ra^ oosnywash Megalopolis: A McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

xtegxon of Great Cities 

177. duiiaing for People HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

178. Caxgary: An Urban Study Clarke, Irwin 

179. Cdiitornia: The labalance HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

setween People and Uater 

180. Cdaaaa's Changing landscape: Douglas Fisher 

Air Photos Past and Present 

131. Ine Caaadian Landscape Copp Clark 

182. The Caitddian Oxford Scbccl Oxford 

Atiis, 4th ed. (SI aetric) 

183. Cdadaidn ^ter«^ogrdas Deok 

184. Central Place Studies HaCaillan 

185. Chdiienge for Change BcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

186. Coiaunities in Canada HcClelland & Stewart 

187. rae tarth Grxd: Finding Book Society 

Latitude and Longitude 

188. Sait Africa Bock Society 

189. Eleaents of Geography, Hacaillan 

special rev. ed. 

190. Foar Cities HcClelland & Stewart 

191. aage Uorld Atlas: A Canadian Gage 

4?erspective 

192. Ine Geographer's Vcrld Ginn 

193. Geography: A Study of its Cxford 

Dieaeats 

194. J ad ad Eook Society 

195. Ine Great Plains: The Aoatoay HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

of a Region 

196. luaustry and Resource Gage 

Pdtterns 

10. i:.iti=il Settleaent Hacaillan 

1?-. -i^^ In 3t5acd: :he Niagara Seek Society 

Ljwa rj- 3-; nt 

997 



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199. Land Use Patterns in Holland 

and Japan 

200. Lands of Change 

201. Xhe Landscape o£ Japan 

202. Landscapes of the Hotld 
20.i, nan's Economic World 

204. Oxford Economic Atlas of the 

World, uth ed, 

205. Oxford Regional Econoaic 

Atlas: The United States and 
Canada 

206. Oxrord Regional Econoaic 

Atlas: Western Europe 

207. Patterns in Agricultural 

Change 

203. e<xtt\izns in Urban Geography 
209. t»atterns in World Climate 
21C. Patterns in World Geography 

211. Patterns in World Trade 

212. Patterns of Settlement in 

Southern Ontario 

213. The Physical Environment, SI 

metric 

214. Physical Geography 

215. Pollution: Canada's Critical 

Cnallenge 

216. Poverty Pockets: A Study of 

tati Limestone Plains of 
Southern Ontario 

217. Prooiems in Bosnywash 

Megalopolis 

218. A Regional Geography of North 

America, 2nd ed. 

219. Selected Studies in Regional 

Geography 

220. Social Change in the Alberta 

Foothills 

221. Sydney, Nova Scotia: An Urban 

Study 
222.i Topographic Map and Air fhoto 
Interpretation 

223. Toronto: An Urban Study 

224. Trdnsportation 

225. The United States of America: 

A Brief Regional Geography 

226. Urban Canada 

227. Urban Problems, rev. ed. 
226. Uroan Prospects 

229. Wheat Farming 

230. World Patterns in Food 

Production 

231. The Norld's Population: 

Proulems of Growth 

232. Atlas Larousse canadien 

233. Bl&inents de g&ographie 

paysique, (SI) 

234. 3cJOji.dphie contemporaine : 

!• Asie 

235. G&jgraphie contemporaine: le 

Caaada 

236. Jeo^iaohie contemporaine: le 

..l-^>c 



Gage 

Bock Society 

McClelland & Stewart 

Eock Society 

Holt 

Oxford 

Oxford 



Oxford 

Gage 

Gage 
Gage 
Gage 
Gage 
McClelland S Stewart 

McGraw-Hill Eyerson 

Hacaillan 
McGraw-Hill Ryecson 

McClelland & Stewart 



McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Gage 

HcGraw-^Hill Byerson 

McClelland S Stewart 

Clarke, Irwin 

Hacmillan 

Clarke, Irwin 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Holt 

Cent 

Hclt 

McClelland & Stewart 

Cent 

Gage 

Oxford 

Les Editions Frangaises 
McGraw-Hill Byerson 

Editions du Benouveau 

FSdagogigue 
Editions du Renouveau 

P^dagogique 
Editions du Renouveau 

f f lid ^ogi^ ue 



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237. 

236. 
239. 
240. 
241. 
242. 
243. 
244. 
245. 

246. 

247. 
243. 
249. 
250. 
251. 
252. 
253. 
254. 

255. 
256. 
257, 

25b. 
259. 

2t)0. 
261. 
262. 
2o3. 
204. 

265. 
266. 
267. 

268. 

269. 

270. 
271. 

272, 

27 3. 

274. 
275. 



276. 

277, 
278, 
27^ 



liseographie du aonde 

conteaporain 
S&ographie g&n6ral€ 
aontrfeal 

La nature et les hoaaes 
Le paysage canadien 
La photo a6ri€Dne 
Art 

Biology 
Career Planning: Search Foe a 

Future, rev. ed . 
Career Planning and Job 

dunting 
A Career Planning Guide 
Careers Today 
Chemistry 
French 
Geography 
A Joo Search Guide 
Learning to Learn 
Let's Think About You: Career 

Planning I 
dathenatics, 2nd ed. 
dusic 

On tne Job 
Physics 
bee your Course: Career 

Planning 2 
ro-orrow 

you and University 
You ani Your Work Kays 
Your Further Education 
Algonkians of the Eastern 

Woodlands 
Th^ Birth of Civilizations 
Canadian/Canadien 
The Canadian Eskiaos 
Caaadiens, Canadians and 

■ju&o&cois 
China: An Introductico for 

Canadians 
China: The Awakening Giant 
China: Tradition and 

Eevolution 
Chici in the Nineteenth 

Ctntur y 
Chindi in the Twentieth 

Century 
Civilization in Perspective 
Civilizations at bar: The 

Struggle Between Greece and 

Persia 
The Dynaaics of Revoluticn: 

France, 1789-1794 
Sast and West 
Ihe cloergence of Europe 
aQc tniuring Past, rev. ed. 
cUvope and a Wider World: The 

aise ani Fall ot Eapire 
iJiOf'^- and the Modern wcrld 
iuv y-.z-^r. Civilizers: Frc« 



La Haison de I'Edacation 

Scaabec 

Editions HRH 

La Naison de 1* Education 

Editions FH 

Editions HBH 

Guidance Centre 

Guidance Centre 

Guidance Centre 

Haclean-Hunter Learning 

Haterials 
E. £ T. Books 
BcClelland & Stewart 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
E. 6 T. Books 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 

Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Eook Society 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 

Cent 

Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
Guidance Centre 
hoyal Ontario Museua 

Clarke, Irwin 
BcGraw-Hill Ryerson 
Soyal Ontario Huseua 
Prentice-Hall 

Peter Martin 

HcGraw-Hill Byerson 
Hacaillan 

BcClelland C Stewart 

HcClelland & Stewart 

Hacaillan 
Hacaillan 



Hacaillan 

HcClelland & Stewart 
Clarke, Irwin 
flcGraw-Hill Byerson 
Clarke, Irwin 

Clarke, Irwin 
CcGraw-Hill fverson 



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263, The First Inventors: Froa 
Haad Axe to Aqueduct, 

284. First Million Years 

285. The First Warriors: Frci 

Kingdom to Empire 

286. The F^hrer: Adolf Hitler, 

Haster of Germany 

287. A Global History: 1870 to the 

4?resent 
286. Greece: The Greatness of Han 

289. The -Idea of Progress: The 

Origins of Modern Optioisn 

290. Ideals of Education: Spartan 

ilarrior and Athenian 
Ail-round Man 

291. The Indian: Assimilation, 

Integration or Separation? 

292. The Indians of Canada/A 

Survey 

293. Indians of the North Pacific 

Coast 

294. Inaians of the Plains 

295. Indians of the Subarctic 

296. The Individual and His 

Society: Alcibiades-Greek 
Patriot or Traitor? 

297. Iroquoians of the Eastern 

tfoodlands 

298. Japan: Growth of an 

Industrial Power 

299. Julius Caesar: The Han and 

the Legend 

300. The Knight's ^ealm: The 

Castle 

301. Man and Machine: What Price? 

302. Medieval Europe: The Birth cf 

a New Civilization 

303. The Merchant's Domain: Ihe 

Town 

304. Modern Perspectives 

305. The Monk's Community: The 

Monastery 

306. The Nation-State on Trial, 

1870-1945: Nationalism, 
Democracy and Dictatorship 

307. The Nations of Europe, 

1500-1870: Conflict and 
Upheaval 

308. Order and Revolution: Cicero 

and the Catiline Conspiracy 

309. The peasant's World: The 

Manor 

310. iPeneiope's Web 

311. People as Possessions: Master 

aiid Slave in the Roman World 

312. Protest, Violence and Social 

Cnaaqe 

313. hej ai:isance and Reforoaticn, 

1^00-1550: • Ine Dawn of a New 
Aje 
31-. ir:_^:>:.3e to Disaster: 

vj-.i iiny , Frat.ce «id tb€ 



HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcClelland & Stewart 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Hacaillan 

HcClelland & Stewart 

Clarke, Irwin 
Racmillan 

Hacmillan 

Prentice-Hall 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Royal Ontario Museum 
fioyal Ontario Museum 
Hacmillan 

fioyal Ontario Museum 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Hacmillan 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Hacmillan 
Clarke, Irwin 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Clarke, Irwin 

Clarke, Irwin 

Hacmillan 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Oxford 
Hacmillan 

Prentice-Hall 

Clarke, Irwin 

Hacmillan 



1000 



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315. The aise of Nodecn Industry: 
Hixa and His Machines 

Jib. The liise of Western 
Civxlization 

317. Eooert Owen: Realist or 

Visionary? 

318. Bojie: A State in Aras 

31^. aussia: Tsars and Coaaissars 

320. A Soarcebook for Ancient and 

aeaieval History 

321. A Sourcebook for Hodero 

History 

322. roaay's World 

323. IriUiBphs of Western 

Civilization: The Creativitj 
of nan 

324. Under Fire: Soldiers and 

Civilians in World War Iho 

325. Voltaire: Passionate Fighter 

for Liberty 

326. Votes for the People: The 

Chartist Moveaent, 183S 

327. The West and a Wider World 

328. Wojen in Canadian Politics 
32"), The workingnan in the 

Nineteenth Century 

330. The norld Since 19«45: Ib€ 

Crisis of Modern 
Civilization 

331. Le:i grands courants de la 

pens&e conteaporaine 

332. Hiatoire da Canada a partir 

da ^u&bec actuel 

333. distoire du aonde actuel 

(nistoire 512) 
33U. distoire g6n§rale I 

335. Histoire g&n&rale II 

336. Initiation a 1« histoire €t 

aux sciences de I'hcaac 

337. Le ilanitoba, reflets d*un 

pdSd& 

336, Notre aonde actuel 

339. La Nouvelle-France: 1713- 176C 

340. danuel d* initiation ft 

1* iaforsatique 

341. Les orainateurs 

342. Cajtbridge Latin Course, Ooit 

III (Stages 21 to 31) 

343. An Introduction to Greek 

344. Lingua Latina, Voluoe II, 3rd 

ea. 

345. Lingua Latina, Voluae III» 

3rd ed . 

346. Lingua Latina, Voluae IV, 3rd 

ed. 

347. Our Latin Legacy, took 2, 

Part 1 

348. Civis Roaanus, 6d. frangaise 
3'*9, Sentor, 6d. frangaise 

3:>2, Ail About Law: Exploring the 
Canadian Legal Systea 



Clarke, Irwin 

longaan 

Hacaillan 

Clarke, Irvin 
ncGraw-Hill Ryerson 
HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcGraw-Hill Ryerson 

HcClelland & Stewart 
Clarke, Irwin 

Bacaillan 

Hacaillan 

Bacaillan 

Clarke, Irvin 
fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Oxford 

Clarke, Irwin 

Editions Lidec 

GuSrin 

GaSrin 

Centre Educatif et Culturel 
Centre Educatif et Culturel 
Centre Educatif et Culturel 

Editions du B16 

Editions Lidec 
GuSrin 
Editions lOHA 

Eeaucbeain 
Hacaillan 

illyn and Bacon 

Nature Method 

Nature Method 

Nature Method 

Clarke, Irwin 

Hethuen 
Hethuen 
Wiley 

Citaao 



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352. Canadian Criminal Law 

353. Canadian Law, 2nd ed. 

354. In Pursuit of Justice: Issues 

in Canadian Law 

355. Introduction to Canadian 

Criuiinal Law 

356. Issues in Canadian Law 

357. Justice 

358. laice Notice: An Introduction 

to Canadian Law 

359. This Law of Ours 

360. Thxs Law of Ours: Study Guide 

361. tdoiaen in Canadian Law 

362. Le droit canadien 

3oi. The Agrarian Myth in Canada 
36U. Blaclc and White in North 

America 
3o5. Canada's Indians 
366. Canadians and Their Society 
3o7. Changing Values: The Human 

Impact of Urbanization 

368. Crxme in Canada 

369. Dimensions of Han 

370. Exploding Humanity 

371 . The /amily 

372. The Future 

373. loiaigrants in Canada, rev., 

ed. 

374. iBuiigrdtion and the Rise of 

Huiticulturalisffl 

375. Indians in Transition: An 

Inquiry Approach 

376. Issues in Cultural Diversity 

377. Language, Logic, and the Mass 

Hedia 

378. The Law 

379. dan in Industrial Society 
330. ilaay Cultures Many Heritages 
3d1. dass Media and You 

3S2. Native Survival 

363* The Only Good Indian, rev. 

ed. 
3d4. The Original People 

385. Servant or Master? A Casebook 

of Mass Media 

386. A Social View of Han 

387. Student L'urest 

388. Students and Schools 

389. Technology and Change: Zhe 

Crisis in Canadian Education 
39C. Today and Beyond 
3.^1. Understarding Yourself and 

Your Society, 2nd ed. 

392. if^ojiea in Canadian Society, 

rev. ed. 

393. Youta and the Law 

394. i:,tudes canadiennes: la 

socifetfe et toi 



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395. Let Us Be Honest and Hodest: 

Technology and Society in 
Cdnddian History 

396. The New Physics, (SI aetric) 

397. Applied nathematics foe 

Today: Intecnediate, SI 
■etric ed . 

398. General Mathenatics 3 

399. Math Probe 3 

UOO. tlathematics for a Hodetn 

iiorld. Book 3, 2nd ed. (SI 
■etric) 

401. Hat hematics for a Hodero 

Morld, Book 3 

402. :iatheBatics of Business 

403. Hathematics 411 

404. Perioeter, Area and Volaae 

405. Statics 

406. Irigonoaetry 

407. Applied Hatheaatics for 

Today: Senior, SI aetric ed. 
406. general Hathematics 4 

409. Hath Probe 4 

410. Hat hematics for a Hcdero 

World, Book 4 (SI aetric) 

411. Hdtheaatics 412 

412. CoQteoporary Hatheaatics £ 

413. Hatheaatics 11, 2nd ed. 

414. Hath&aatiques nouvelles: 

option 5^2 

415. Hath&aatiques nouvelles: 

options 522/532 

416. Contemporary Hatheaatics 6 

417. An Introduction to 

t'rooability 

418. Hatheoatics 12, 2nd ed. 

419. A-i.H German, Level One, 2nd 

ed. 

420. A-LH Geraan, Level Two, 2Dd 

ed. 

421. A-LH Geraan, Level Three, 2nd 

ed. 

422. Aur deutsch, bitte! 2 

423. Oeutsch: Entdecken vir es ! 

424. Oeiitsch: Erleben wir es! 

425. Oeutsch fllr Ausl3nder, Tell 1 

426. Oeutsch fUr AuslSnder, leil 2 

427. Deutsch 2000, Band 1 

428. Oeutsch 2000, Band 2 

429. Deutsche Spracblehre flSc 

Ausl3nder, Grundstafe in 
emea Band 

430. Deutsche Spracblehre f^z 

AuslSnder, Grundstafe, 1. 
Teil 

431. Deutsche Spracblehre fUr 

AuslSnder, Grundstafe, 2. 
Teil 

432. German, a Structural 

Approach, Book 2 
**33. Ut^caan Today: One, rev. ed. 
'*in, i.u man Today: Two, rev. ed. 



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Ginn 
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Editions F.I.C. 

Editions F.I.C. 

Holt 

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2986 



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435. German Today, Tvo 

436. Sprechen und Lesen, rev. ed. 

437. Sprich Mai Deutsch! 2 

438. Vetstehen und Sprechen, rev. 

ed. 

439. basic Italian, 4th ed. 

440. Incontro con l*Italianc, 

Prioo Corso 

441. Paroia e Pensiero 

442. Present Day Italian 

443. PriDJO Corso d*Italiano 

444. Secondo Corso d'ltalianc 

445. A-LH Russian, Level One, 2nd 

ed. 

446. k-LH Russian, Level Two, 2nd 

ea. 
4u7. k-LH Spanish, Level One, 2nd 
ed. 

448. A-LH Spanish, Level Two 

449. A-LH Spanish, Level Three 

450. El Camino Real, Book 1, 3rd 

ed. 

451. £1 Camino Real, Book 2, 3rd 

ed. 

452. Curso Moderno de Espaficl 

453. Entender y Hablar, rev. ed. 

454. £1 Espa^ol al Dia, Bock 1, 

4th ed. 

455. Espanol Moderno II 

456. La Faente Hispana 

4b7. Leer, lidblar y Escribir 

458. Leayud Activa 1 

459. Lea'jua Activa 2 

460. Nuestro Mundo, rev. ed. 

461. Spanish for Communication: 

Level One 

462. Spanish for Communicatico: 

Level Two 

463. listed y Yo rev. ed. 

464. Adrian Waller's Guide to 

Masic 

465. Dimensions of Music 

466. For Young Musicians, Volume 1 

467. Writing Music, Book One 

468. Writing Music, Book Two 

469. PrScis prativjue d'harmcnie 

470. Canadian Issues and 

Alternatives 

471. rhe Canadian North: Source of 

Wealth or Vanishing 
Heritage? 

472. The Canadian Political 

Nationality 

473. Caucus II 

474. Oeaiocratic Government in 

Canada, 4th ed . 

475. Exercising Power: Government 

in Canada 

476. (low Are We Governed?, rev. 

ed. 

477. Ina astrialization and Society 
47:J. l;.jiue World Politics 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2987 



U79. The Heal World of City 

Politics 
vdO. Your Local GoTernaent* 2nd 

ed. 
^^^^. Huaaa Life: The Early 

Aaoiescent Years 
462. .Idcucing in a Changing Nccld 
ad3. Scx, Sexuality, and Our 

Caaaging Society 
ad4. VD-Tae People to People 

Diseases 

485. The Cell 

486. Cheaistry of Han & Holccales 

487. Diversity of Life 

488. Interdependence of Life 

489. Investigations in Biologj 

490. Microbiology 

491. Jhdt Is Life? 

492. Anatoaie et physiclogie 

huaaine 

493. 0iologie: la cellule 

<I94. Biologie: 

ost&ologie-auscularit6 

495. dxologie aoderne 

496. Bioiogie 412*422 

497. Precis de biologie huaaine^ 

(51) 

498. Action Cheaistry 

499. Cheaistry of Photography (SI 

aetric) 

500. Cbeaistry of the Car (SI 

aetric) 

501. Tae Investigative 

Cycie-Cheaistry 

502. A aoael for natter 

503. Sicilis and Techniques 

504. itfdter, Cheaistry & Ecology 

505. Uater aanageaent 

505. Chiaie: lois f ondaaentales et 
ta&orie atoaigue 

507. CoiBxe: aatidre et th^orie 

cin&tigue 

508. Chiaie: objectifs 

prfeparatoires 

509. dasic Modern Cheaistry* 2nd 

ed. 

510. Cheaistry: An Introductccy 

Stuay 

511. Cheaistry Today (SI aetric) 

512. Molecules at Uork 

513. Molecules in Motion: Bates of 

Cheaical Reactions, (SI 
aetric) 

514. The Nature of Batter, (SI 

metric) 

515. Tae Outlines of Cheaistry 

516. Proton Cheaistry: The 

reactions of Acids and Eases 

517. The rforld of Carbon 

518. Jaxaie: structure atoaigue et 

ta&orie guantitjue 



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519. El&ments de chinie 

expSrimentale, §d. SI 

520. Elements de chiDie 

expSr imentale 

521. Sit^uients de chioie Bodeine 

522. (ieoloqf and the New Glctal 

Tectonics 

523. ddsxc Physics for Secondary 

Schools, rev. ed. 

524. Electricity, (SI metric) 

525. Energy and the Conservaticn 

L^vs, (SI metric) 

526. Jraphical Analysis: Plotting 

ana Interpreting Graphs; 
Finding the equation of a 
curve; Finding the equation 
of d curve using logarithmic 
graph paper; Analysing 
t'osition. Velocity and 
Acceleration Graphs Part 1 
and Part 2, (SI Metric) 

527. Kinematics: Accelerated 

ilotion, Galileo, 
dataematical Analysis of 
Motion, Relative Hoticn, 
Solving notion Problems* 
Studying and Graphing 
Motion, Uniform Motion, 
Vectors (SI metric) 

528. Hatter and Energy 

529. Motion, (SI metric) 

5JC. Motion in the Heavens, (SI 
metric) 

531. The Nature of Light and 

Sound, (SI metric) 

532. Pnysics, the Fundamental 

Science 

533. Les dstres 
53U. L'Siectricitfe 

535. Elements de physique 1 

536. El&ments de physique 2, 2e 

&d. 

537. Fascicule 1: Techniques et 

math&matiques pour la 
physique 

538. Fascicule 2: CinSmatique 

539. Fascicule U: optique 

gSoffl&trique, (SI) 

540. Fascicule 5: oouvement des 

astres, (SI) 

541. La m&canique 

542. Le mouvement 

543. Les ondes 

544. Physique: cinSmatique 

545. Physique, science d€ 

1* univers 

546. Film 

547. Meaiascan 

54b. From the Ground Up, 20tb cev. 

ed. 
549. arcnitectural Technology 



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2989 



553. Building Construction: 
Materials and Methods 

551. Dessin industriel 

552. Dictionnaire du bStiaent 

553. EiSaents de construction 

appliqu&s & I'habitation, 
&a. r&v. 

554. Applications of Electrical 

Construction 

555. Applied Electronic Circuits, 

2nd ed. (SI aetric) 

556. £lectrical and Electronic 

Technology 1 

557. Elements of Electricity and 

Electronics 

558. Principles of Electronic 

Technology 

559. L'felectronique 

560. Interpreting Engineering 

Drawings 

561. Technical Drawing and 

Elements of Design 

562. Technology for Industrial 

Manufacturing 

563. Technology of Machine Iccls, 

2nd ed . (SI metric) 

564. L'ajustage aecanique 

565. Auto Body Repair and 

fief inishing 

566. Automotive Mechanics and 

lecnnology 

567. Automotive Technology 

568. Small Engines 

569. Welding Projects: A Design 

Approach 

570. M&caaigue automobile, 2e fid. 

571. A Canadian's Urban 

Environment 
57^. A Guide to Urban Studies 
57i. People and Housing 

574. Toronto 

575. Toronto: A Photo Study of 

Urban Development 

576. Towns and Cities: Yesterday, 

Toda/r and Tomorrow 

577. Urban Areas 

578. UruaQ Canada, 2nd ed. rev. 

579. rfuat's Urban Geography? 

580. Business Machine Skills and 

Applications, Book 1 

581. Dynamisme de la vente, '2e 6d. 

582. Toronto: An Urban Study, 

rev. cd, 

583. Atlas Larousse canadien, ^d, 
534. The Making of the Modern Age: 

Europe and The West Since 
17Cn 
585. Initiation au droit penal 
rpv.ac'.icn 



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2990 



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O. Reg. 457/78 



586. Mathematical Pursuits Three, 

(SI metric) 

587. Mathematics Alive 3, 

(SI metric) 

588. Curso Practice de Espanol 

589. Winsome Warmups 

590. Chemistry of Metallurgy 

591. Forensic Science and 

Criminology 

592. Patterns and Periodicity 

593. Matter and Energy, rev. ed. 

594. Elements of Mechanical 

Technology 



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3, Ontario Regulations 188/77, 445/77 and 745/77 are revoked. 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of April, 1978. 
(8887) 



O. Reg. 455/78, Sched. 4. 



Thomas L. Wells 
Minister of Education 



26 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 456/78. 

Order made under Section 29a of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 15th. 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a pre- 
decessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 
under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The 
Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor thereof 
does not have and shall be deemed never to have 
had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of 
land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township 
of Uxbridge in The Regional Municipality of 
Durham, formerly in the Township of Uxbridge 
in the County of Ontario, being composed of 
that part of Lot 34 in Concession VII and being 
tho^e parts of Lots 3 and 4 according to a Plan 



filed in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Durham (No. 40) as the J. C Widdifield 
Plan and being Part 7 shown on a Plan deposited 
in the said Land Registry Office as Number R.D. 
446. O. Reg. 456/78, s. 1. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of June, 1978. 



26 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 457/78. 

Order made under Section 29a of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— June 7th, 1978. 
Filed— June 15th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, _ 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a pre- O 
decessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a ™ 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 
under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The 



1008 



0. Reg. 457 78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 459/78 2991 



Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor thereof 
does not have and shall be deemed never to have 
had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of 
land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township 
of Tay in the County of Simcoe, being composed 
of that part of Lot 19 in Concession III and 
being composed of Parcel Number 3 as shown 
on Map Number 68-B-ll according to an Instru- 
ment registered in the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 
Number 270199 more particularly described as 
follows : 

Commencing at a statutory iron bar in the west- 
erly boundary of the road allowance between 
Concessions III and IV of the said Township 
distant 1,590.11 feet measured northerly along 
the said westerly boundary from the south- 
easterly angle of the said Lot 19; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly bound- 
ary a distance of 75 feet to the place of beginning ; 

Thence south 58^ 44' 15' west a distance of 200 
feet to a point ; 

Thence southerly and parallel to the said west- 
erly boundary a distance of 75 feet to a point; 

Thence north 58° 44' 15' east a distance of 200 
feet to the said westerly boundary ; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly bound- 
ary a distance of 75 feet to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 457/78, s. 1. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of June, 1978. 

(8889) 26 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 458/78. 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipahty of Peel), Town of 
Mississauga (now City of Brampton). 

Made— June 13th, 1978. 

Filed— June 15th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 479/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph xviii of section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 479/73, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 449/75 and amended 
by subsection 1 of section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 401/76 and section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 174/77, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following subparagraph : 

5. That parcel of land situate in the 
City of Mississauga in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, formerly in the 
Town of Mississauga in the County 
of Peel, being composed of that part 
of Lot 4 in Range 4 N.D.S., designated 
as parts 1 and 2 according to a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Peel 
(No. 43) as Number 43R-5452. 

W. D. McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of June, 1978. 

(8890) 26 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 459/78. 

Restricted Areas — County of Frontenac, 

Township of Bedford. 
Made— June 14th, 1978. 
Filed— June 15th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 218/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 218/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following sections : 

82. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 82 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum distance be- 
tween any building or 
structure, including a 
sewage disposal system , 
and the high water mark 
of Bob's Lake 80 feet 



1009 



2992 0. Reg. 459/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 



O. Reg. 460/78 



Maximum lot coverage 30 per cent 

O. Reg. 459/78, s. 1, part. 

83. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 83 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
seasonal residence and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto provided the following require- 
ments are met : 

Minimum distance be- 
tween any building or 
structure, excluding a 
sewage disposal system, 
and thehigh water mark 



of Desert Lake 



100 feet 



Minimum distance be- 
tween the sewage dis- 
posal system and the 
high water mark of 
Desert Lake 70 feet 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 30 per cent 

O. Reg. 459/78, s. \,part. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules : 

Schedule 82 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being composed 
of those parts of lots 22 and 23 in Concession II 
more particularly described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings herein are astronomic 
and are referred to the bearing of the Ontario 
Hydro line crossing the said Lot 23 ; 

Beginning at a point in the northeasterly limit of a 
public road, the said point being distant 589.50 feet 
measured south 76° ^i' 30" east from the north- 
westerly angle of the said Lot 22 ; 

Thence north 41° 59' west along the said north- 
easterly limit a distance of 300 feet ; 

Thence north 39° 23' east a distance of 66 feet to an 
angle therein ; 



Thence north 58° east continuing along the said 
northwesterly limit a distance of 50 feet, more or 
less, to a point in the high water mark of Bob's Lake ; 

1010 



Thence easterly along the high water mark of Bob's 
Lake to a point in a line drawn north 26° 08' east 
from the place of beginning. 



Thence south 26° 08' west a distance of 300 feet, 
more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The herein described parcel being designated as 
Part 1 on a Plan of Survey prepared by L. A. Doxsee, 
dated February 14, 1973, and attached to an In- 
strument registered in the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry Division of Frontenac (No. 13) as 
Number 234523. O. Reg. 459/78, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 83 i 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being composed 
of that part of Lot 1 in Concession III designated as 
Part 2 on a Reference Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Frontenac 
(No. 13) as Number 13R-2273. O. Reg. 459/78, 
s. 2, part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division. 

Ministry of Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of June, 1978. 
(8892) 



I 



26 



THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 460/78. 

Forms. 

Made— June 13th, 1978. 

Filed— June 15th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 358/78 

MADE UNDER 

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1977 

1. Section 21 of Ontario Regulation 358/78 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

21. The oath required to be taken by a friend 
of an elector under subsection 3 of section 63 of 
the Act shall be in Form 21, or, where the Form is 
made available in both the English and French 
languages, the Form in the French language shall 
be in Form 21 A. O. Reg. 460/78, s. 1. 



2. Forms 21 and 21 A of the said Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 



O. Reg. 460/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 461/78 2993 



Form 21 



The Municipal Elections Act, 1977 
(Section 63 (3) ) 

OR.^L OATH OF FRIEND OF ELECTOR 



(name of friend in full) 



a friend of . 



(name of elector) 

an elector who is unable to read (or is blind or is 
handicapped by other physical cause), swear or 
solemnly affirm: 

That I will mark the ballot paper as directed 
by this elector; and 

That 1 will keep secret the manner in which 
this elector voted. 



O. Reg. 460 78, s, 2, part. 



Formule 21 A 

Loi sur les elections municipaies, 1977 
(Article 63 (3) ) 

SERMENT ORAL DE LAMI DUN ELECTEUR 

Je 



(nom de I'ami) 



ami de . 



(nom de I'electeur) 

un electeur qui est incapable de hre (ou est aveugle 
ou est handicape par tout autre cause physique), 
jure ou declare solennellement : 

Que je marquerai le bulletin de vote selon les 
instructions de cet electeur; et 

Que je ne divulguerai pas la maniere dont cet 
electeur a vote. 

O. Reg. 460/78, s. 2, part. 

W. D. McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of June, 1978. 

8893) 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 461/78. 

Restricted Areas — County of Essex, 

Township of Mersea. 
Made— June 14th, 1978. 
FUed— June 16th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 276 74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING .ACT 

1. Section 13 of Ontario Regulation 276/74, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario RegxUation 
299/78, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

13. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, a storage building as an accessor\- building 
to a sheet metal and roofing business may be erected 
and used on the land described in Schedule 8 pro- 
vided the following requirements are met: 

Minimum distance be- 
tween the storage 
building and the west- 
erly side lot line 5 feet 



Maximum total floor 
area of the storage 
building 



3,000 square feet 

O. Reg. 461/78, s. 1. 



26 
1011 



2. Schedule 8 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 299/78, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

Schedule 8 

Those parcels of land situate in the Township 
of Mersea in the Coimty of Essex, being composed 
of the following: 

1. That part of Lot 5 according to a Plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Essex (No. 12) as Number 
402 more particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at a stake planted at the north- 
westerly angle of the said Lot 5; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
the said Lot a distance of 200 feet ; 

Thence easterly parallel with the northerly limit 
of the said Lot a distance of 60 feet ; 

Thence northerly parallel with the westerly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 200 feet 
to a point in the northerly limit of the said 



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Lot distant 60 feet measured easterly along 
the said northerly limit from the northwesterly 
angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly limit 
a distance of 60 feet to the place of beginning. 

2. That part of Lot 5 according to a Plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Essex (No. 12) as Number 
402 more particularly described as Part 5 
according to Plan deposited in the said Land 
Registry Office as Number 12R-3332. O. Reg. 
461/78, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of June, 1978. 

(8894) 26 



THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 462/78. 

Hospital Management. 
Made— May 15th. 1978. 
Approved— May 17th, 1978. 
Filed— June 16th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

REGULATION 729 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

1. Regulation 729 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section: 

60a. — (1) No hospital other than a Group M 
hospital listed in the Schedule to Regulation 726 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 shall 
charge or accept payment from any other hospital 
for a computerized axial tomography scan performed 
for such other hospital. 

(2) No hospital shall charge or accept payment 
from a patient or an out-patient for a computer- 
ized axial tomography scan performed in or by 
that hospital or in any other hospital. O. Reg. 
462/78, s. 1. 

Dennis Timbrell 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of May, 1978. 

(8895) 26 



GAZETTE O. Reg. 463/78 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 463/78. 

General. 

Made— May 31st, 1978. 

Filed— June 16th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 



1. Section 39 of Ontario Regulation 323/72, 
as amended by section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 889/74, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following subsections: 

(6) Subject to subsections 1 and 2 of section 40, 
an insured person is entitled to receive computerized 
axial tomography scanning services with a head 
scanner in a hospital listed in Part I of Schedule 13 
and, when available, with a head scanner in a 
hospital listed in Part I of Schedule 14, without 
paying any charge to the hospital for such services. 



(7) Subject to subsections 1 and 2 of section 40, 
an insured person is entitled to receive computerized 
axial tomography scanning services with a whole 
body scanner in a hospital listed in Part II of 
Schedule 13 and, when available, with a whole 
body scanner in a hospital listed in Part II of 
Schedule 14, without paying any charge to the 
hospital for such services. 

(8) It is a condition of payment by the Plan 
to a hospital for the performance of a computerized 
axial tomography scan that the scan be performed 
by and on the premises of a hospital listed 
Schedule 13. O. Reg. 463/78, s. 1. 



2. Section 56 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 889/74, 
section 5 of Ontario Regulation 218/73 and 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 241/73, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following subsections: 

(3) Each hospital listed in Part I of Schedule 13 
is designated for the purpose of performing com- 
puterized axial tomography head scans. 

(3a) Each hospital listed in Part II of Schedule 13 
is designated for the purpose of performing com- 
puterized axial tomography whole body scans. 

(3b) Each hospital listed in Part I of Schedule 14 
is designated for the purpose of performing com- 
puterized axial tomography head scans, when the 
necessary equipment is available in the hospital. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 464/78 2995 



(3c) Each hospital listed in Part II of Schedule 14 
is designated for the purpose of performing com- 
puterized axial tomography whole body scans, 
when the necessary- equipment is available in the 
hospital. 



{5d) No hospital listed in Schedule 14 may 
charge or accept payment from the Plan for the 
cost of the technical component of operating a 
computerized axial tomography scanner. 



(3e) Where a hospital pays for a computerized 
axial tomography scan performed on a scanner 
that is not installed and operated on the premises 
of a hospital listed in either Schedule 13 or Schedule 
14. no claim to recover the cost of the scan is an 
allowable expense that may be made against the 
Plan. O. Reg. 463/78, s. 2. 

3. Section 59 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 990/75, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 69 76, sec- 
tion 2 of Ontario Regulation 388/76, section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 427 76 and section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 314/77, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following 
subsection : 



(6) Notwithstanding item 3 of section 37 and 
item 1 of section 38, it is a condition of payment 
for the jjerformance of a physician's services 
regarding a computerized axial tomography scan 
and its interpretation, that the services be rendered 
in respect of a computerized axial tomography 
scan that was performed by and on the premises 
of a public hospital. O. Reg. 463/78, s. 3. 



4. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedules : 



Schedule 13 

COMPUTERIZED AXIAL TOMOGRAPHY 

PART I 

Hospitals designated to pet form Head C.A.T. 
Scans : 



Item Location 

1 . Hamilton 

2. London 

3. Ottawa 
4 Toronto 



Name of Hospital 
Hamilton Civic Hospitals 
Victoria Hospital 
Ottawa General Hospital 
Toronto General Hospital 



PART II 

Hospitals designated to perform Whole Body C.A.T. 
Scans : 



Item Location 

1 . Kingston 

2. Thunder Bay 

3. Toronto 

4. Toronto 



Name of Hospital 
Kingston General Hospital 

McKellar General Hospital 

The Princess Margaret 
Hospital 

St. Michael's Hospital 

O. Reg. 463/78. s. 4, part. 

Schedule 14 



COMPUTERIZED AXIAL TOMOGRAPHY 
(when equipment available) 

PART I 

Hospitals designated to perform Head C.A.T. 
Scans : 



Item Location 
1 . Toronto 



Name of Hospital 
Sunnybrook Hospital 

PART II 



Hospitals designated to perform Whole Body C.A.T. 
Scans : 



Item Location 

1 . London 

2. Ottawa 

3. Toronto 

4. Toronto 

5. Toronto 



(88%) 



Name of Hospital 
University Hospital 

Ottawa Civic Hospital 

Toronto General Hospital 

The Hospital for Sick 
Children 

The Toronto Western 
Hospital 

O. Reg. 463/78, s. 4, part. 

26 



THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 464/78. 
Classification of Hospitals. 
Made— May 19th, 1978. 
Approved — May 31st, 1978. 
Filed— June 16th, 1978. 



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2996 



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O. Reg. 464/78 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 726 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

1. Subsection 1 of section 1 of Regulation 726 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
118/71, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
244/71, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
176/72 and subsections 1, 2 and 3 of section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 513/72, is further 
amended by striking out "and" at the end 
of clause k, by adding "and" at the end of 
clause /, and by adding thereto the following 
clause : 

[m) Group M hospitals, being hospitals that 
may charge and accept payment from 
other hospitals for the performance of 
computerized axial tomography scans. 

2. The Schedule to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following: 



GROUP M HOSPITALS 



Name 
Hamilton Civic Hospitals 

Kingston General Hospital 

University Hospital 

Victoria Hospital 

Ottawa Civic Hospital 

Ottawa General Hospital 

McKellar General Hospital 

St. Michael's Hospital 

Sunnybrook Hospital 

The Hospital for Sick 

Children 
The Princess Margaret 

Hospital 
The Toronto Western 

Hospital 
Toronto General Hospital 

Dennis Timbrei l 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of May, 1978. 

(8897) 26 



Item Location 

1. Hamilton 

2. Kingston 

3. London 

4. London 

5. Ottawa 

6. Ottawa 

7. Thunder Bay 

8. Toronto 

9. Toronto 

10. Toronto 

1 1 . Toronto 

12. Toronto 

13. Toronto 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3075 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July 8th, 1978 



THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 454/78. 

General. 

Made— May 31st, 1978. 

Filed— June 14th. 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

1. — (1) Subsection 2c of section 48a of Ontario 
Regulation 323/72, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 315/77, is amended by 
inserting after "1977" in the fourth line 
"but before the 1st day of May, 1978 '. 

(2) The said section 48a, as made by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 218/73 and amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 462 73, 



section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


665/73, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


424/74, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


664/74, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


239/75, 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


403/75. 


section 




of 


Ontario 


Regulation 


428/76. 



section 1 of Ontario Regulation 22/77, and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 315/77, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsection : 

{2d) The amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a laboratory is, where 
the service is rendered on or after the 1st day of 
May, 1978, the amount set out opposite the service 
in Schedule 15. O. Reg. 454/78, s. 1 (2). 

2. — (1) Subsection la/ of section 53 of the said 
Regulation, as made by subsection 1 of sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 314/77, is 
amended by inserting after "1977" in the 
seventh line "but before the 1st day of May 
1978". 

2) The said section 53, as amended by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 462/73, section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 665/73, section 2 



Ontario 
Ontario 
Ontario 
Ontario 
Ontario 
Ontario 



Regulation 
Regulation 
Regulation 
Regulation 
Regulation 
Regulation 



421/74, 
664/74, 
239/75, 
404/75, 
571/75, 
990/75, 



section 
section 
section 
section 
section 
section 



of 
of 
of 
of 
of 
of 
of 

1015 



Ontario Regulation 388/76, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 427/76, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 213/77 and section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 314/77, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following 
subsection : 

(lag) The amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a physician outside 
Ontario is, where the service is provided to an 
insured person on or after the 1st day of May, 
1978, the lesser of, 

(a) the amount actually billed by the physi- 
cian ; or 

(6) the amount set out opposite the service 
in Schedule 15. O. Reg. 454/78, s. 2 (2). 

(3) Subsection Id of the said section 53, as 
made by subsection 2 of section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 314/77, is amended by inserting 
after "1977" in the fourth line "but before 
the 1st day of May, 1978". 

3. — (1) Subsection 4 of section 54a of the said 
Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 315/77, is amended by inserting 
after "1977" in the seventh line "but before 
the 1st day of May, 1978". 

(2) The said section 54a, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 403/75 and amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 428/76 
and section 2 of Ontario Regulation 315/77, 
is further amended by adding thereto the 
following subsection: 

(5) Where an insured person, while outside 
Ontario, receives an insured service rendered by a 
laboratory and authorized by a physician practising 
outside Ontario, the General Manager may cause 
to be paid to or on behalf of such insured person, 
where the service is rendered on or after the 1st 
day of May, 1978, the amount prescribed by sub- 
section 2d of section 48a. O. Reg. 454/78, s. 3 (2). 

4. — (1) Subsection la^ of section 59 of the said 
Regulation, as made by subsection 1 of sec- 
tion 2 of Ontario Regulation 314/77, is 
amended by inserting after "1977" in the 
seventh line "but before the 1st day of May, 
1978". 



(2) The said section 59, as amended by section 3 
of Ontario Regulation 357/73, section 3 of 



3076 



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O. Reg. 454/78 



Ontario Regulation 462/73, section 3 of 

Ontario Regulation 665/73, section 12 of 

Ontario Regulation 220/74, section 3 of 

Ontario Regulation 421/74, section 

Ontario Regulation 664/74, section 

Ontario Regulation 239/75, section 

Ontario Regulation 404/75, section 



of 
of 
of 
of 

Ontario Regulation 990/75, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 69/76, section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 388/76, section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 427/76, section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 213/77 and section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 314/77, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following subsection : 

(la/) The amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a physician in Ontario 
is, where the service is provided to an insured 



person on or after the 1st day of May, 1978, the 
amount set out opjwsite the service in Schedule 15 
O. Reg. 454/78, s. 4 (2). 

(3) Subsection Id of the said section 59, as 
made by subsection 2 of section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 314/77, is amended by inserting 
after "1977" in the fourth Une "but before 
the 1st day of May, 1978". 



The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule; 



Schedule 15 
SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS 



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Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3077 

OHIP 

SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS 

PREAMBLE 

A. General 

1. The rates listed in this Schedule of Benefits are the maximum payments which 
can be made by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan. 

2. Insured medical services are limited to the services which are medically neces- 
sary, which are listed in this Schedule of Benefits and which are not specifically excluded 
by legislation or regulation (see Appendix A for a list of specific exclusions). 

3. Additions, deletions or other modifications of the Schedule of Benefits require 
recommendation by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan. Such recommendations are 
made in consultation with the Ontario Medical Association. 

4. This Schedule is a public document and frank discussion with patients regarding 
the listed rates is recommended. 

5. Services not listed in the Schedule or which are listed as N.A.B. (not a benefit) 
or which are excluded as benefits by legislation or regulation, may be charged directly 
to patients or others requesting these services. 

6. The principles governing proper professional charges are incorporated in the 
Regulations (Medicine) of the Health Disciplines Act. 

7. Each medical practitioner who participates in the care of a patient is entitled 
to compensation commensurate with the services he renders. 

8. Whenever possible, the medical practitioner should acquaint the patient or 
person financially responsible with his obligations to those concerned with his care. 
This is particularly important where supportive or concurrent care is rendered or when 
a consultation and/ or procedure are being arranged. 

9. Each medical practitioner participating in the care of a patient should render 
to the patient, or to the financially responsible party, an itemized statement of charges 
for professional services. 

10. Each medical practitioner participating in the care of a patient should, on 
request, send a receipt to the patient for all payments made by him. 

1 1 . If fees are collected by an organized group, the name of the doctor rendering 
the service should be clearly shown on the bill or claim card. 



1017 



3078 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

PREAMBLE 

12. Claims may be submitted for services which a patient receives from the team 
of staff man, resident, intern and clerk in a teaching unit, provided that the conditions 
as set out hereunder apply. 

On October 10, 1972, the Minister of Health confirmed that the joint recommen- 
dations of the College and the O.M.A. governing the charging of fees for services 
provided by interns and residents in clinical teaching units are acceptable to the 
Ministry of Health. In his letter the Minister made it very clear that he is looking to 
the College and the Medical Schools to ensure that the ethical rules governing these 
billing procedures are followed meticulously in all cases. 

It has been carefully explained that the responsible staff man must be present in 
the clinical teaching unit at the time the services are rendered and must be identified 
to the patient at the earliest possible moment. No fees are to be charged for services 
given by the intern or resident prior to this identification taking place. The following 
rules are now in effect: — 

When patient care is rendered in a clinical teaching unit or other setting for 
clinical teaching by a health care team, the physician responsible shall be personally 
identified to the patient. His relationship to the team shall be defined by the clinical 
teaching unit Director and his role must be known to the patient and other members 
of the team. He shall assume full responsibility for the appropriateness and the quality 
of the services rendered. 

Specific regulations must vary with the service and form of care being delivered: — 

(a) In order to claim for physical procedures being carried out by an intern or 
resident, the responsible staff man must be in the clinical teaching unit and 
immediately available to intervene. 

(b) In psychotherapy where the presence of the staff man would distort the 
psychotherapy milieu, it is appropriate for the staff man to claim for psycho- 
therapy when a record of the interview is carefully reviewed with the resident 
and the procedure thus supervised. However, the time charged by the staff! 
man may not exceed the total time spent by him in both such interview review] 
and in direct supervision. 

(c) In other departments or services, the staff man should only claim for visits on] 
the days when actual supervision of that patient's care takes place through 
the presence of that staff man in the clinical teaching unit on that day. This, 
of course, involves a physical visit to the patient and/ or a chart review with 
detailed discussion with the other member (s) of the health team. 

(d) In those situations where on a regular basis a staff member might supervise 
concurrently multiple procedures or services through the use of other mem- 
bers of the team, the total claims made by the staff man shall not exceed the 
amount that the staff man might make in the absence of the other members 
of the team. 

Any claim rendered should be in the name of the responsible staff man. 

13. Charges for missed appointments are not benefits of O.H.I.P. 



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0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3079 

PREAMBLE 

B. Terms and Definitions 

1. This schedule lists a code number opposite most items. Items which are not 
coded are identified either as U.V.C. or N.C. 

U. V.C. — use visit codes applicable to the pertinent service and specialty. 

N.C. — no code applicable. This service is not a benefit (N.A.B.) of O.H.I.P., 
and may be charged directly to patients. 
For the surger>' portion of this schedule, physicians submitting claims in coded form 
should add to the code numbers, the suffix A if they perform the procedure, the suffix 
B if they have assisted at the surgery or the suffix C if they have administered the 
anaesthetic. 

For those diagnostic and/or therapeutic procedures which have both technical and 
professional components listed, the suffix A should be added to the code numbers when 
both components are being claimed, the suffix B when only the technical component is 
being claimed, or the suffix C when only the professional component is being claimed. 
For diagnostic radiolog>', only one code is listed for each service, even though some of 
these services may be pro>ided by non-certified radiologists. The code for services 
rendered by non-certified radiologists should be obtained by increasing the first digit 
in the listed codes by 5. Thus, for example, the code for the service listed as XOOl but 
rendered by a non-certified radiologist would be X50I plus the appropriate suffix. 

2. Call or Visit: is the service by a phj-sician to or on behalf of a patient for 
assessment and/ or treatment. 

(a) Office Visit: may be for a consultation, repeat consultation, minor allergy 
consultation, general or specific assessment or re-assessment, intermediate or 
minor assessment rendered in the doctor's office. 

(b) Home Visit: is a visit rendered to a patient in the patient's home. The services 
rendered may include any service, e.g. consultation, assessment or procedure, 
of the t>pe normally done in a physician's office. The surcharges for emergency 
call with sacrifice of office hours and for Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and 
Holidays, when indicated, are only to be claimed for the first patient seen 
during each home visit. 

(c) Special Visit to the Office, Emergency or O.P.D.: is a visit rendered to the first 
patient seen following arrival at the office (outside normal office hours) or 
hospital. The services rendered may include any service, e.g. consultation, 
assessment or procedure. The benefit for a Special Visit to the Office (outside 
normal office hours) applies whether or not the office is in the doctor's home. 
The surcharges for Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours or for Nights, 
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, when indicated, are only to be claimed for 
the first patient seen in each special visit. When additional patients are seen 
in the office under these circumstances, the appropriate office visit should be 
claimed for these patients. When additional patients are seen in the emergency 
or outpatient department under these circumstances, the appropriate benefit 



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3080 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

PREAMBLE 

under "Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient (s) in the Emergency or O.P.D." 
may be claimed. When a physician makes a special trip to the emergency 
department to see a patient and also admits the patient to hospital during the 
same visit, he may claim the special visit benefit of $14.00 or $21.00, depending 
on the time of day, plus the appropriate hospital visit benefit which may be 
$5.04 (subsequent hospital visit) or $12.60 (a general re-assessment). When 
a specialist provides the same services at the request of another physician, the 
total claim should be the consultation benefit plus, if applicable, $7.00 for a 
special visit at Night, on Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays. In such cases no 
claim may be made for an assessment on admission to hospital as well as the 
consultation. 

When services are rendered on an emergency basis at a site other than listed 
in this schedule (e.g. roadside, ski slope, etc.), benefits are applicable at the 
Special Visit to the Office rates for the first patient seen and at the regular 
office rates for services rendered to additional patients. 

If a physician is called to pronounce a patient dead, a home or special visit 
(minor assessment) may be claimed. 

(d) Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays: an extra $7.00 may be claimed in 
addition to the appropriate Home Visit or Special Visit to the office. Emer- 
gency or O.P.D. when the calls are received and made between the hours of 
6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Only one 
such claim may be rendered per Home or Special Visit to the Office, Emer- 
gency or O.P.D. An extra $7.00 may be claimed in addition to the appropriate 
Hospital visit on behalf of a registered bed patient when the calls are received 
and made between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. or on Saturdays, 
Sundays and Holidays. Only one such claim may be made per Hospital visit. 
This surcharge does not apply to visits on regular rounds but rather applies 
to situations when a doctor is called to the hospital and makes a special trip 
to see a registered bed patient. When a special visit is made between 6:00 p.m. 
and 8:00 a.m. or on Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays, $7.00 may be claimed 
in addition to the appropriate consultation or visit fee when no other premium 
applies to the service provided. When a special visit is made between 6:00 p.m. 
and 8:00 a.m. or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays to perform a procedure 
(excluding non-referred or transferred obstetrics but including Caesarian 
sections), the listed procedural benefit may be increased by 10% or $7.00, 
whichever is greater when no other premium applies. Only one such premium 
(code E409) may be claimed per special visit and it may not be claimed for 
non-emergency procedures or for procedures which mainly involve the 
interpretation of test results. It is not applicable to procedures in Diagnostic 
Radiology, Nuclear Medicine or Diagnostic Ultrasound. 



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O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3081 

PREAMBLE 

(e) Holidays: are defined for the purpose of this schedule as New Year's Day, 
Good Friday, Easter Monday, Victoria Day. Dominion Day. Civic Holiday, 
Labour Day, Thanksgiving, Remembrance Day, Christmas Day and Boxing 
Day. If any of these holidays fall on a Saturday or Sunday, the Friday before 
or Monday following will be recognized as the holiday. 

(f) Emergency Call: is a call made in a situation (excluding non-referred or 
transferred obstetrics) where the demands of the patient and/ or the physician's 
interpretation of the patient's condition is such that the physician responds 
immediately at the sacrifice of regular office hours. Only one S7.00 claim may 
be made per home, hospital or special visit for sacrifice of office hours, and 
may not be claimed if a claim for the service also is made for the Night, 
Saturday, Sunday or Holiday surcharge. 

(g) Hospital Visit: is a visit to a registered bed patient. When the patient has not 
been seen previously by the physician in charge, the first visit after admission 
may be claimed as a consultation or general or specific assessment if appro- 
priate. Where the patient has been previously attended before admission, the 
first visit after admission may be claimed as a general reassessment or specific 
reassessment if the patient has been seen before in the same illness depending 
on the specialty. (Such assessments or reassessments are considered to be the 
hospital "admission assessment" and may not be claimed more than once 
during a hospital admission.) Subsequent visits (routine and special) should 
be claimed at hospital visit rates. Claims for daily hospital visits must not be 
rendered unless a practitioner actually visits the patient each day. 

Prior to the weekly and monthly limitations that apply after a patient has 
been in hospital for 5 weeks (6 weeks for paediatricians), payments for hos- 
pital visits generally are limited to one per patient per day. For acute illnesses 
or exacerbation of original illness requiring hospital visits after 5 weeks of 
hospitalization, claims for extra hospital visits should be made on an inde- 
pendent consideration basis. An extra S7.00 may be charged for a special 
visit to a registered bed patient under the circumstances stated in paragraphs 
2(d) and 2(f). 

When a patient in hospital is referred by one doctor to another, the second 
doctor will not be limited by the Subsequent Hospital Visit formula for the 
number of hospital visits already rendered by the first doctor. In other words, 
the second doctor is entitled to claim for his visits up to five weeks just as if 
the patient was being attended to in hospital for the first time. However, if 
the patient is transferred to the care of another physician, the Subsequent 
Hospital Visit formula would apply just as it would if only one physician was 
involved in the care. 



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O. Reg. 454/78 



(h) Outpatient or Emergency Room Visit: is a visit to a patient who is not a 
registered bed patient. If the visit requires a special trip by the doctor, he 
may claim for his services under the listings for Special Visit to the Emergency 
or O.P.D. If the doctor is already in the hospital and sees the patient in the 
emergency or O.P.D. he should claim for his services under the listings for 
Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty When Seeing 
Patient (s) in the Emergency or O.P.D. If a consultant is in the hospital and 
is requested by a doctor on duty in the emergency department to see a patient 
in consultation, the consultant may claim a consultation fee for this service. 
If the consultant is requested to perform this same service by a resident or 
intern, the consultant may claim a general or specific assessment fee according 
to his specialty. A doctor on duty in the Emergency Department regardless 
of his specialty should submit claims under the heading Emergency Depart- 
ment — Doctor on Duty. 

When a doctor is on duty in the Emergency Department between 12:00 mid- 
night and 8:00 a.m. and is required to suture a simple and uncomplicated 
wound only, the minor assessment at $11.20 (H108 pg 23 of the schedule) 
should be claimed instead of the suturing benefit of $9.80 (R076 pg 143 of the 
schedule. Doctors seeing patients in organized out patient departments should 
claim under the heading "Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not 
on Duty in the Emergency Department When Seeing Patient (s) in the Emer- 
gency or O.P.D." (H prefix codes). This heading also should be used when a 
physician requests a patient to see him in the emergency department instead 
of his office (if the visit is for a procedure only, see paragraph 12). 

3. Consultations: 

(a) A consultation refers to the situation where a physician, in light of his pro- 
fessional knowledge of the patient, requests the opinion of another physician 
competent to give advice in this field, because of the complexity, obscurity 
or seriousness of the case or because another opinion is requested by the 
patient or an authorized person acting on his behalf. The consultant is obliged 
to perform a general or specific assessment, review the laboratory or other 
data and submit his findings, opinions and recommendations in writing to the 
referring doctor. 

(b) For laboratory and procedural benefits connected with consultations, see list- 
ings of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures and Laboratory Medicine. 

(c) A consultation is not to be claimed as such when: 

(i) The patient presents himself to a consultant's office without prior knowl- 
edge of the primary physician. The sending of a report to the primary 
physician under these circumstances does not justify a claim for a con- 
sultation. 



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(ii) The primary physician is not asked for professional advice but is simply 
asked by the patient for the name of a specialist in a particular field and 
the patient seeks out the specialist himself. 

(d) A repeat consultation requires all of the criteria of a full consultation and 
implies interval care by the primary physician. The situation in which the 
consultant requests the patient to return for a later examination is not a 
repeat consultation. 

(e) A minor allergy consultation may involve all of the components of a major 
consultation but is less demanding in terms of time, i.e., requiring less than 30 
minutes of the physician's time with the patient exclusive of testing; where the 
time spent with the patient is more than 30 minutes, the full consultation 
benefit applies. 

(f) A diagnostic radiology consultation applies when radiographs made elsewhere 
are referred to a radiologist for his written opinion or when a radiologist is 
required to make a special visit at Night, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays to 
consult on the advisability of performing a diagnostic radiological procedure 
which eventually is not done. A consultation does not apply when the radio- 
graphs referred to above are used for comparison purposes with radiographs 
made in the consultant's facilities. 

(g) A diagnostic pathology consultation ($12.60) applies when tissue slides are 
referred to a second pathologist for a written opinion. It includes secretarial 
or other assistance and does not apply when the tissue slides referred to above 
are used for comparison with tissue slides done in the consultant's facilities. 
When a diagnostic pathology consultation fee is claimed L821 may not also 
be claimed. 

(h) A pathology consultation or repeat consultation ($25.20 and $18.90 respec- 
tively) applies when a pathologist is requested to examine a patient and 
provide a written opinion. 

(i) A diagnostic nuclear medicine consultation ($12.60) applies when nuclear 
medicine studies are referred to a nuclear medicine specialist for a written 
opinion. It includes secretarial assistance and does not apply when the studies 
referred to above are used for comparison with studies done in the consultant's 
facilities. 

(j) A nuclear medicine consultation ($25.20) or repeat consultation ($18.90) 
applies when a nuclear medicine specialist is requested to examine a patient 
and provide a written opinion, all of which takes a greater amount of time 
and effort than a nuclear medicine study would normally require. It may or 
may not be followed by a nuclear medicine study but if so, the lesser pro- 
fessional benefit (Pg) rather than the greater benefit (Pj) should be claimed 
in addition to the technical (T) benefit. 



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(k) Some nuclear medicine specialists have other specialist qualifications which 
allow them to claim other consultation benefits (e.g., internal medicine). A 
nuclear medicine consultation ($25.20) or repeat consultation ($18.90) may 
be claimed in lieu of another consultation (e.g., internal medicine) but would 
not be combined with a claim for such a consultation by the same consultant. 

(1) A prenatal consultation by a paediatrician applies when a physician considers 
a foetus of greater than 20 weeks gestation to be at risk or in jeopardy by 
reason of continuation of pregnancy in the presence of maternal and/ or foetal 
distress, and requests the opinion of a paediatrician competent to give advice 
in this field. The paediatrician shall perform a general or specific assessment, 
review laboratory and other data and submit his findings and recommendations 
in writing to the referring doctor. Such a consultation does not preclude the 
paediatrician from a post-natal consultation on the infant. 

4. General Assessment: shall comprise a full history, an enquiry into, and an 
examination of all parts or systems (and may include a detailed examination of one 
or more parts or systems) , an appropriate record, and advice to the patient. * 

5. General Re-Assessment: shall comprise the same services as a general assess- 
ment except that the history need not include all the detail already obtained in the 
original general assessment.* 

6. Specific Assessment: shall comprise a full history of the presenting complaint, 
enquiry concerning, and detailed examination of the aff"ected part, region or system, 
as needed to make a diagnosis, exclude disease and/or assess function, an appropriate 
record, and advice to the patient.* 

7. Specific Re-Assessment: shall comprise a full relevant history and physical 
examination of one or more systems but not requiring a comprehensive evaluation of 
the patient as a whole.* Specific re-assessments in the medical specialties apply in the 
management of chronic disease and are not to be claimed for treating minor conditions 
(see definition of minor assessment). If a surgical specialist performs a second specific 
assessment on a patient within a year's time and the diagnosis is the same, the doctor 
should claim for this second service on the basis of a specific re-assessment. 

8. Intermediate Assessment: is a more extensive assessment than a minor assess- 
ment and shall comprise a full history of the presenting complaint, enquiry concerning 
and examination of the affected part(s), region (s), or system (s) as needed to make a 
diagnosis, exclude disease and/ or assess function, an appropriate record, and advice 
to the patient.* 



♦For laboratory and other investigation performed in conjunction with a visit, see 
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9. Minor Assessment: shall comprise the necessary history, an enquiry concerning 
and the necessary examination of the affected part, region or system, an appropriate 
record and advice to the patient when the physician is consulted for a relatively minor 
condition or for subsequent visits solely for following the progress of treatment.* 

10. Admission Assessments (to Long Term Care Institutions): 

Type 1 — applies when (a) no medical history has been provided to the admitting 
physician, (b) the admitting physician takes the history of past and present illness, 
carries out a general assessment and provides a report for the medical record. 

Type 2 — applies when (a) the report of the history and examination has been written 
by another physician, (b) the admitting physician reviews the report and decides it is 
necessary to repeat the history and general assessment and provides a report for the 
medical record. 

Type 3 — applies when (a) there is a report of the history and general assessment 
made by the same (as the admitting) physician prior to admission or, (b) when the 
admitting physician writes an admission note describing the condition of the resident 
following admission. 

11. Documentation: whenever a physician examines or treats a patient, an appro- 
priate record of this service must be made and such record must be in keeping with 
section 28 of Regulation 577/75 of the Health Disciplines Act, 1974 (see Appendix B). 

12. Visit for Procedure: when the sole reason for an office visit is the performance 
of a certain procedure, the listed benefit for the procedure will apply. (See Diagnostic 
and Therapeutic Procedures Preamble for exceptions.) When procedures are carried 
out in the office, emergency or outpatient department on an elective basis, a special 
visit should not be claimed in addition to the procedural fee. When procedure (s) 
are carried out under the direct supervision of the physician, the usual claims may be 
made for procedures (s) which are generally and historically accepted as those which 
may be carried out by the nurse or other medical assistant. 

13. Annual Health or Annual Physical Examination (Including Primary and 
Secondary School Examinations) : shall comprise all the elements of a general assess- 
ment as it pertains to an individual who presents and reveals no apparent physical 
or mental illness. To qualify for O.H.I. P. benefits, an Annual Health Examination must 
be requested by the patient rather than a third party (refer also to O.H.I. P. Bulletin 
#4093). OH. IP. benefits are limited to one Annual Health Examination per patient 
per year after the sixth birthdate, one Primary School Examination per patient per life- 
time and one Secondary School Examination per patient per lifetime. 



*For laboratory and other investigation performed in conjunction with a visit, see 
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures and Laboratory Medicine. 



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14. Newborn Care: is the routine care of a well baby up to ten days of age and 
should include a complete physical examination of the baby and necessary instructions 
to the mother. The service shall involve at least two visits. 

15. Premature (low birth weight) Care: is the care of a baby weighing less than 
2.5 kilograms at birth. 

16. Well Baby Care: the periodic visits of a well baby during the first two years of 
life involving complete examination with necessary weight and measurements, haemo- 
globin and urinalysis (when indicated), necessary immunizations and instructions to 
the parent (s) regarding health care. O.H.I.P. benefits are limited to ten such visits. 

17. Well Child Care: is the routine care of a well child between the second and 
sixth birthdays including necessary immunizations and instructions to the parent (s) 
regarding health care. O.H.I.P. benefits are limited to one such visit per year. 

18. Supportive Care: is the care rendered in hospital by the referring physician, 
who is not actively treating the case (e.g. writing orders), to a patient under the care 
of another physician, at the desire of the patient or family, for purposes of liaison or 
reassurance. The physician may claim for this care on a per visit basis. It is reasonable 
to assume that one visit every two days to the seventh day and then one visit every four 
days thereafter will be sufficient. If medical complications develop or are present in the 
post-operative period which require active management by the referring physician, 
claims for hospital medical care should be rendered, not supportive post-operative care. 

19. Most Responsible Physician: is the attending physician who is primarily 
responsible for the day to day care of the patient in hospital. In cases of unusual 
severity where the consultant assumes the role of the most responsible physician, the 
consultant may claim on a per visit basis and the family physician may claim supportive 
care. Where the family physician remains the most responsible physician and requests 
only a consultation, the family physician may claim on a per visit basis and the con- 
sultant may claim for a consultation only. 

20. Multidisciplinary Care: is where the complexity of the medical condition 
requires the services of several physicians in different disciplines. In such cases, each 
physician should render a separate claim on a per visit basis. This does not refer to a 
situation where a single benefit for a team of physicians is listed in the Schedule. 

21. Concurrent Care: is where the family physician remains the most responsible 
physician but because of the seriousness or complexity of the condition, requests con- 
tinued directive care by a consultant, the family physician may claim on a per visit 
basis and the consultant may claim for one visit every two days for the first week and 
then one visit every four days while the patient's condition remains serious — this 
arrangement being agreeable to both physicians. 



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22. Transferral and Ref^ral: 

(a) A referral takes place when one physician or surgeon requests for his patient 
the services of another. The services of the latter may consist of: 

(i) an opinion (i.e. a consultation) 
(ii) diagnostic tests or procedures (e.g. skin test, biopsy, etc.) 

Note: In such cases the referring doctor continues to treat the case 
himself. 
(ill) treatment (surgical or medical). 

(b) A transferral, as distinguished from a referral, takes place where the respon- 
sibility for the care of the patient is completely transferred permanently or 
temporarily, from one physician to another in the same field or specialty 
(e.g. where the first physician is leaving temporarily on holidays and unable 
to continue to treat the case). In such cases, the physician to whom the 
patient is transferred is not entitled to claim for a consultation. Doctors who 
are substituting for other physicians should consider that patients of the latter 
have been temporarily transferred (not referred) to their care. Where the 
care of the patient involves a benefit containing several components such as 
for surger> or obstetrics the doctors may consider the surgical or obstetrical 
benefit a team benefit and decide among themselves how each is to be com- 
pensated; traditionally doctors in these circumstances have reciprocated by 
exchanges of coverage for each other. When doctors routinely or frequently 
substitute for each other providing hospital visits to registered bed patients 
in active treatment hospitals, e.g. weekend coverage or daily rounds by various 
members of a group, the most responsible physician may claim for all the 
visits. 

23. Psychotherapy: is any form of treatment for mental illness, behavioural mala- 
daptations, and/ or other problems that are assumed to be of an emotional nature, in 
which a physician deliberately establishes a professional relationship with a patient 
for the purposes of removing, modifying or retarding existing symptoms or attenuating 
or reversing disturbed patterns of behaviour, and of promoting positive personality 
growth and development. Accordingly, therefore, a psychotherapeutic procedure may 
be claimed for if a half hour or major part thereof has been spent in such treatment 
of the patient. Please note that the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has 
stated that the minimum time period for psychotherapy (to be claimed as such) is 
twenty minutes. In order to claim for a major portion of a second or subsequent time 
interval of psychotherapy for the same patient during the same visit, the preceding 
time interval must be a full 30 minutes of psychotherapy. 



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24. Age: (unless otherwise specified) 
Newborn — (see item 14 above) 
Premature — (see item 15 above) 
Infant — up to 2 years 
Child — up to and including 15 years 
Adolescent — up to and including 17 years 
Adult — 18 years or over. 

25. Detention: benefits may be applicable for detention when under very excep- 
tional circumstances a physician is required to spend considerable extra time with a 
patient. Such extra time must be required at that time, and it must be to the exclusion 
of all other work. 

Claims for detention should be made on an "I.C." basis according to the following 
guidelines: 

$8.40 per quarter hour or part thereof after the first twenty minutes provided that 
the first twenty minutes are spent in a minor or intermediate assessment or sub- 
sequent hospital visit. 

$8.40 per quarter hour or part thereof after the first forty minutes provided that 
the first forty minutes are spent in a specific or general re-assessment or multiple 
system assessment. 

$8.40 per quarter hour or part thereof after the first hour provided that the first 
hour is spent in consultation, repeat consultation, specific or general assessment. 
Detention is not meant to apply to procedures and does not include time waiting for 
X-rays, lab reports or for the operating room. Moreover, since the pertinent listed 
obstetrical benefits take attendance at labour into account, benefits for detention are 
not applicable during the first 18 hours of established labour. For the purpose of 
counting the hours in established labour, a physician should start counting either from 
the time he has been advised by the hospital that his patient is in active labour (which 
may be the time of hospital admission) or from the time that he has assessed the patient 
and found her to be in active labour. If established labour extends beyond 18 hours, a 
physician may claim detention for further time during labour spent with and on behalf 
of the obstetrical patient to the exclusion of other patient care. 

26. Independent Consideration — "I.C": independent consideration will be given 
by O.H.I. P. for those items in the Schedule of Benefits which are listed as I.C. Claims 
rendered under this heading must include a specific charge along with an explanation 
of that charge. 

27. Specialist: a specialist shall be defined (for purposes of application in the case 
of any given service within this Schedule) as one who holds a certificate from the Royal 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in the specialty which normally is con- 
sidered to encompass the service in question. 



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28. Differential Benefits: 

(a) The rates listed under the column "Practice in General" are those intended 
to apply when the service is performed by other than a physician certified in 
the specialty normally considered to encompass the service in question. 

(b) Where only one benefit is listed, it shall apply to any physician rendering the 
service, regardless of specialty. 

(c) Consultation and visit benefit listings under the heading of General Practice 
may be claimed by other branches of medicine if the listings do not appear 
elsewhere in the Schedule. 

(d) Specialists in paediatrics who practice allergy may claim specialist rates for 
their allergy services regardless of the age of their patients. 

29. Referring Physician's Services: 

(a) For the services rendered prior to an operation, the referring physician should 
claim on a "fee-for-service basis", for example: 

(i) Home, Office or Hospital Visits as rendered. 

(ii) In addition to (i) above, in acute cases, benefits may be claimed for 
detention if applicable and appropriate (refer to paragraph 25, above). 

(b) (i) For services rendered as an assistant during the operation, the referring 
physician should claim in accordance with paragraph 30, below. 

(ii) In cases in which the referring physician is required to be present in the 
interest of the patient but does not actually assist at the surgical pro- 
cedure, he should charge on a per visit basis for this service. 

(c) For the services rendered after the operation, the referring physician may 
claim on the basis of supportive care as outlined in the Schedule. 

30. Assistants' Services: 

(a) Benefits for assistants' services are determined by adding the listed basic units 
and time units and multiplying the total number of units by $4.20. For cases 
commencing after 6.00 p.m. and before 7.00 a.m. or on Saturdays, Sundays 
and Holidays, the total benefit for assistants' services is increased by 30% 
(E400B). 

(b) The time units are computed by allowing one unit ($4.20) for each 15 minutes 
or part thereof of time spent by the assistant. Time for purposes of these 
calculations includes scrub time and time spent in the operating room. If 
claims are being made in coded form (see explanatory comments at front of 
Schedule) , the suffix B should be added to the code for the procedure. 



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(c) When multiple or bilateral surgical procedures are done during the same 
anaesthetic, the assistant's benefits shall be based on the basic units for the 
major procedure plus time. When bilateral procedures or surgical revisions 
are carried out at separate times with separate anaesthetics, the assistant shall 
be entitled to receive full assistant's benefits for each procedure. 

(d) In surgical procedures requiring more than one assistant, benefits for the 
second assistant shall be computed on the same basis as for the first assistant. 

(e) When a surgeon requires an assistant at a procedure for which no assistant's 
units are listed, the assistant may calculate the benefits applicable by taking 
the number of basic units used by the anaesthetist, adding his time units and 
multiplying the total number of units by $4.20. (See also (f) below.) 

(f ) When assistants at surgery claim for procedures for which no assistants' units 
have actually been listed in the Schedule, the assistants should support their 
claims with letters of explanation as to why their attendance was required. 

(g) Where the attendance of a physician is requested by the patient's other medical 
attendants for the sole purpose of monitoring or special supportive care, and 
when the physician is in constant attendance, the benefits shall be based upon 
3 units plus time (E003B) . 

(h) When an anaesthetic has begun and the operation is cancelled due to a com- 
plication prior to commencement of surgery, the assistant who has scrubbed 
but is not required to do more, should claim 3 basic units plus time units 
(E006B). If the operation is cancelled after surgery has commenced, the 
procedural basic units plus time units will apply. If the procedure is cancelled 
prior to the induction of anaesthesia and the assistant is scrubbed, a sub- 
sequent hospital visit only may be claimed. 

3 1 . Anaesthetists' Services: 

(a) Benefits for anaesthetists' services are for all types of anaesthesia. The rates 
listed are for professional services, including pre-anaesthetic evaluation and 
post-anaesthetic follow-up and all immediate supportive measures, and does 
not include the cost of materials used. If an anaesthetist is asked to see a 
registered bed patient in consultation more than 48 hours prior to the admin- 
istration of an anaesthetic, he may claim for a consultation as well as for 
rendering the anaesthetic. If an anaesthetist examines a patient prior to sur- 
gery and the surgery is cancelled prior to the induction of anaesthesia, he may 
claim a subsequent hospital visit for this service. When an anaesthetic has 
begun and the operation is cancelled due to a complication prior to the 
commencement of surgery, the anaesthetist should claim 4 basic units plus 
time (E006C). If the operation is cancelled after surgery has commenced, 
the procedural basic units plus time units will apply. 



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(b) Benefits for anaesthetists' services are determined by adding the basic and 
time units together and multiplying the sum by $5.08 for certified anaesthetists 
and $4.41 for non-certified anaesthetists. For cases commencing after 6.00 
p.m. and before 7.00 a.m. or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, the total 
benefit for anaesthetists' services is increased by 30% (E400C). 

(c) Basic units are listed for most procedures and include the value of all 
anaesthetic services except the actual time spent administering the anaesthesia, 
any modifying factors, or unusual detention with the patient (see paragraph 
31(1) below). 

(d) Except during maintenance of continuous conduction anaesthesia time units 
are computed by allowing one unit for each 15 minutes or part thereof of 
anaesthesia time. Anaesthesia time begins when the anaesthetist is first in 
attendance with the patient for the purposes of creating the anaesthetic state 
and ends when he is no longer in personal attendance (when the patient may 
be safely placed under customary post-operative supervision) . 

(e) If claims are being made in coded form (see paragraph Bl above) the suffix 
C should be added to the code for the procedure. 

(f) In special cases where the services of more than one anaesthetist are deemed 
necessary in the interest of the patient the benefits shall be increased by 50% 
of that computed for the procedure; each anaesthetist to be entitled to one 
half of the total benefit. 

(g) When multiple or bilateral surgical procedures are done during the same 
anaesthetic, the anaesthetic benefits shall be based upon the basic units for 
the major procedure plus time. When bilateral procedures or surgical revisions 
are carried out at separate times with separate anaesthetics, the anaesthetist 
shall be entitled to received full anaesthetic benefits for each procedure. 

(h) In procedures where no units are listed or with I.C., the basic units will be 
based upon those listed for a comparable procedure considering region and 
modifying conditions or techniques. 

(i) When a pump with or without an oxygenator and with or without hypothermia 
is employed in conjunction with an anaesthetic, the anaesthetic "Basic" will 
be 35 units; this replaces the listed basic units for the procedure. To com- 
pensate for variations in anaesthetic practice, special respiratory intensive care 
or detention for the purpose of intensive treatment of other types may be 
claimed separately under the appropriate headings. 

(j) For controlled hypotension using a specific technique to produce adrenergic 
blockade in association with an anaesthetic, add 10 units to the basic units. 
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(k) Where unusual detention with the patient before or after anaesthesia is essen- 
tial for the safety and welfare of such patient, the necessary time will be valued 
on the same basis as indicated for the anaesthetic time. 

(1) For detention not associated with anaesthesia detention rates and criteria 
apply (see paragraph 25, above). 

(m) Where the attendance of the anaesthetist is requested by the patient's other 
medical attendants for the purpose of monitoring or special supportive care, 
and where the anaesthetist is in constant attendance the benefits shall be based 
upon 3 units plus time. If claims are coded, the code is E003C. 

(n) A doctor, regardless of specialty, who is required to examine a patient in 
preparation for dental surgery under general anaesthesia may claim $12.60 
when he has seen the patient in the previous twelve months for a general 
assessment or $17.50 if he has not seen the patient within the previous twelve 
months for a general assessment. If the examining physician also administers 
the anaesthetic only $12.60 may be claimed in addition to the anaesthetic 
benefit, for the history and examination required by the hospital on admission. 

(o) No additional claim should be made for introducing a catheter for continuous 
conduction anaesthesia, i.e. above the basic of 5 units plus maintenance units 
to a maximum of 6 units plus the number of time units required for the final 
delivery. 

(p) When a doctor administers an anaesthetic and/ or other medication prior to 
or during a procedure (s) and also performs a procedure (s) on the same 
patient, he should claim for the procedure (s) only. 

(q) When hypothermia is used by the anaesthetist in procedures not specifically 
identified as requiring hypothermia, the basic value is 25 units. This basic 
value replaces the basic value listed in the Schedule for the procedure. When 
the basic value claimed is 25 units, the anaesthetic service may be claimed 
under code E002C. 

(r) Where one anaesthetist starts a procedure and is replaced by another part way 
through a surgical procedure or delivery, the first anaesthetist should claim 
the appropriate basic units plus time units and the second anaesthetist may 
claim for time units only (fee code E005C). E005C qualifies for the sur- 
charge E400C only if the case originally started within the time stated under 
paragraph 31(b) above. Each anaesthetist should state on his claim card 
which part of the anaesthetic is being claimed and the time begun and 
completed. 

(s) General anaesthesia for the purposes of this Schedule includes all forms of 
anaesthesia except local infiltration. 



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APPENDIX A 

Sections 49 and 49a of Ontario Regulation 323/72 made under the Health Insur- 
ance Act, 1972. 

49. — (1) The following services are not insured services under the Plan: 

— Except where medically required, surgery for cosmetic purposes. 

— Expenses for travelling time or mileage. 

— Testimony in a court, preparation of records, reports, certificates or com- 
munications. 

— Advice by telephone. 

— Any service or examination for the purpose of, 

(a) an application for insurance or under a requirement for keeping insur- 
ance in force; 

(b) an application for admission to or continuance at or in a school, col- 
lege, university, camp or association; 

Effective 10 May 1978 item (b) has been amended as follows: 

(b) an application for admission to or continuance at or in a school, col- 
lege, university, camp, association, club, group or program; 

(c) employment or the continuance of employment or pursuant to the 
request of an employer or other person in authority; 

(d) legal requirements or proceedings. 

— Except where approved by the Director of the Medical Services Branch of 
the Ministry of Health, group examinations, immunizations or inoculations. 

Effective 10 May 1978 this item has been amended as follows: 

— Group examinations, immunizations or inoculations. 

— Any service or examination rendered by a physician for screening, survey 
or research purposes. 

— Services rendered by a physician pursuant to an arrangement for rendering 
services, 

(a) to the employees of an employer; 

(b) to members of an association; or 

(c) at a camp to the campers thereof. 



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— Laboratory services, except, 

(a) laboratory services prescribed in section 48a, and 

(b) simple procedures, as defined in Ontario Regulation 483/72, carried 
out by a physician for the purpose of the diagnoses or treatment of a 
patient. 

— Special appliances. 

— Clinical pathology, except when authorized by a physician and performed, 

(a) by a laboratory mentioned in clause a or clause b of subsection 1 of 
section 48a; or 

(b) by or under the direction of any other person authorized by law. 

— All procedures of acupuncture. 

(2) The following services rendered by physicians shall be deemed not to be 
insured services for the purposes of the Act: 

— Pre-adoption examination and evaluation for C. A.S. 

— Other scan (approved but not currently listed) . 

— Preparation of special antigens or anti-serums. 

— Special investigations. 

— Dermatoglyphics. 

— Genetic counselling. 

— Group psychotherapy — seventh to ninth hour per day. 

— Psychotherapy — interviews with other paramedical organizations or others 
on behalf of a patient. 

— Insertion of testicular prosthesis. 

— Orthoptics. 
The following are effective 10 May 1978: 

— Non-referred mammography or thermography. 

— The use of EDT A in the treatment of atherosclerosis. 

— HCG treatment for obesity. 

— General assessment for nicotine addiction or obesity where treatment is to 
be by acupuncture or ear pins. 

49a. The following service rendered by a physician shall be deemed not to be an 
insured service in respect of an insured person who is eighteen years of age or over: 

1. Otoplasty for correction of outstanding ears. 



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PREAMBLE 

APPENDIX B 

Section 28 of Regulation 577/75 of the Health DiscipHnes Act, 1974. 
28— ( 1 ) A member shall, 

(a) keep a legibly written or typewritten record in respect of each patient of 
the member setting out, 

(i) the name and address of the patient, 

(ii) each date that the member sees the patient, 

(iii) a history of the patient, 

(iv) particulars of each physical examination of the patient by the 
member, 

(v) investigations ordered by the member and the results of the invest- 
igations, 

(vi) each diagnosis made by the member respecting the patient, and 

(vii) each treatment prescribed by the member for the patient; 

(b) keep a day book, daily diary or appointment record setting out the name 
of each patient seen or treated or in respect of whom a professional service 
is rendered by the member. 

(2) A member shall keep the records required under subsection 1 in a systematic 
manner and shall retain each record for a period of six years after the date of 
the last entry in the record or until the member ceases to engage in the prac- 
tice of medicine, whichever first occurs. 

(3) A member shall make records kept pursuant to subsection 1 and books, 
records, documents and things relevant thereto available at reasonable hours 
for inspection by a person appointed by the Registrar pursuant to section 64 
of the Act or a person appointed as an inspector under subsection 1 of section 
43 of the Health Insurance Act, 1972. O. Reg. 577/75, s. 28. 



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Code GENERAL PRACTICE (00) 

Office: 

A005 Consultation $22.50 

A006 Repeat consultation 18.00 

A003 General assessment 17.50 

A004 General re-assessment 12.60 

A007 Intermediate assessment 8.75 

AOOl Minor assessment 7.35 

A002 Well baby care (up to 2nd birthday) 8.40 

K014 Well child care (2nd to 6th birthday) 11 .90 

K015 Primary school examination 1 1 .90 

K016 Secondary school examination 1 1 .90 

K009 Annual health examination (after 6th birthday) 11 .90 

A009 Oculo-visual assessment (including refraction by 

refractometer and tonometry) 16.10 

AOlO Repeat oculo-visual assessment (including refraction and tonometry) . . . 10.50 



A903 
A904 
N.C. 
N.C. 



B005 
B006 
B003 
B004 
B007 
BOOl 
K005 
BOOS 
B009 

Note: 



Pre-dental general assessment 17.50 

Pre-dental general re-assessment 12.60 

Telephone advice including renewal of prescription N.A.B. 

Dispensing fee N.A.B. 

Home: 

Consultation 28.80 

Repeat consultation 24.50 , 

General assessment 24.5( 

General re-assessment 19.60' 

Intermediate assessment 15.75 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Extra patient seen 7.35 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Either the surcharge for Night, Saturday, Sunday, Holiday or the 
surcharge for sacrifice of office hours, but not both, may be claimed 
with the appropriate visit. 



Hospital: 

C005 Consultation 22.50 

C006 Repeat consultation 18.00 

C003 General assessment 17.50 

C004 General re-assessment 12.60 



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CONSULTATIONS AND VISITS 

Code GENERAL PRACTICE —Cont'd 

Subsequent visits: 

C002 up to five weeks per visit $5.04 

C007 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.04 

C009 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $3 1 .50 per month) per visit 5.04 

COOS Concurrent care (See Preamble) per visit 5.04 

C903 Pre-dental general assessment 17.50 

C904 Pre-dental general re-assessment 12.60 

Supportive care: 

See definition in Preamble. The physician may claim for this care on a 

per visit basis. 
C0\0 It is reasonable to assume that 1 visit every 2 days to the 7th day, and 

then 1 visit every 4 days thereafter will be sufficient per visit 5.04 

Note: If medical complications develop or are present in the post-operative 

period, hospital medical care may be claimed rather than supportive 

post-operative care. Such claims should be substantiated by the 

physician. 
CI 09 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 
Note: This is not appHcable to a physician on duty in emergency, who is called 

to see a hospital bed patient. 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H007 Attendance at maternal delivery for care of a high risk baby(s) — (if only 

service rendered at time of delivery) 24.50 

Note: Consultation should not be claimed with attendance at maternal 

delivery. — other fees may apply. 

HOOl Newborn baby care in hospital and/or home 21.00 

H002 Premature (low birth weight) baby care (uncomplicated) initial visit .... 12.60 

H003 then per daily visit for four weeks per visit 2.10 

H004 after four weeks to a maximum of $9.80 per week per visit 1 .40 

Note: In multiple births (uncomplicated), add 507» for each additional infant. 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q0\5 Consultation 28.80 

(^13 General assessment 24.50 

Q0\4 General re-assessment 19.60 

Q017 Intermediate assessment 15.75 

()01 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

C?019 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoUdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H015 Consultation 28.80 

H013 General assessment 24.50 



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Code GENERAL PRACTICE— Cont'd 

H014 General re-assessment $19.60 

HI 17 Intermediate assessment 15.75 

HOI 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

H018 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

HO 19 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency Department — Doctor on Duty: 
Note: A physician on duty in Emergency, called to see a hospital bed patient 

because of acute complications may not claim special visit surcharges. 

The appropriate claim is a hospital visit. 
H103 Multiple systems assessment — may include x-ray, E.C.G. and other 

laboratory data interpretation 10.50 

HlOl Minor assessment 6.30 

H109 Multiple systems assessment — 12.00 midnight to 8.00 a.m 14.00 

H108 Minor assessment — 12.00 midnight to 8.00 a.m 1 1.20 

Note: With the exception of head injuries, the above services may not be 

claimed in addition to a surgical procedure. 

H106 When above visits occur on a Holiday, add per visit 3.50 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

HlOO Consultation (not applicable if referred by intern or resident — 

use H102 instead) 22.50 

HI 07 Repeat consultation (not applicable if referred by intern or resident — 

use H104 instead) 18.00 

H102 General assessment 17.50 

H104 General re-assessment 12.60 

H008 Intermediate assessment 8.75 

H006 Minor assessment 7.35 

H903 Pre-dental general assessment 17.50 

H904 Pre-dental general re-assessment 12.60 

Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital: 

W105 Consultation 22.50 

W106 Repeat consultation 18.00 

Admission assessment (see Preamble) 

W102 Type 1 17.50 

W103 2 11.90 

W104 3 7.35 

W002 Subsequent visits (maximum of 10 per patient, per month) per visit 4.90 



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Code GENERAL PRACTICE— Cont'd 



3099 



W006 
W007 
W108 
W201 

Note: 

W109 
W903 
W904 



W205 
W206 

W202 
W203 
W204 



W004 
Note: 

W003 



Special visits for acute intercurrent illness when a doctor is called to the 

hospital and makes a special trip to see a patient(s): 

first patient seen $12.60 

— extra patient seen for acute intercurrent illness 6.30 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours (to special visits only), extra 7.00 
Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 
This is not applicable to a physician on duty in emergency, who is called 

to see a hospital bed patient. 

Annual physical examination 11 .90 

Pre-dental general assessment 17.50 

Pre-dental general re-assessment 12.60 

Homes for the Aged — Patients covered by Extended Care Legislation 
and Nursing Homes: 

Consultation 22.50 

Repeat consultation 18.00 

Admission assessment (see Preamble) 

Type 1 17.50 

2 11.90 

3 7.35 

Patients covered by Extended Care Legislation: 

General re-assessment 7.35 

May only be claimed 6 months after Annual Health Examination, (as per 

The Nursing Homes Act, 1972). 
Subsequent visits (maximum of 5 per patient, per month) per visit 4.90 



Special visits for acute intercurrent illness when a doctor is called to 
the home and makes a special trip to see a patient(s): 

wool —first patient seen 12.60 

W005 — extra patient seen for acute intercurrent illness 6.30 

W(X)8 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours (to special visits only), extra 7.00 

W(X)9 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoUdays (to special visits only) extra 7.00 

Where acute intercurrent illness requires significant additional care .... LC. 

W209 Annual physical examination 1 1.90 

W903 Pre-dental general assessment 17.50 

W904 Pre-dental general re-assessment 12.60 

Homes for the Aged — Patients Not Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation: 

If the Home for the Aged provides an office to the physician for the 
examination of patients, the physician should claim for the 



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Code GENERAL PRACTICE— Cont'd 

appropriate office visit as listed below for services rendered under 
these circumstances. If the physician is required by the patient or the 
patient's representative to make a special visit for acute intercurrent 
illness to a patient the physician may claim for the appropriate special 
home visit as listed above. 
Note: Office visit benefits also apply to patients seen in bed rather than in 
office, unless a special visit is made. Do not use "B" or "C" Codes. 

W115 Consultation $22.50 

W116 Repeat consultation 18.00 

Wl 13 General assessment 17.50 

Wl 14 General re-assessment 12.60 

Wl 17 Intermediate assessment 8.75 

WlOl Minor assessment 7.35 

W903 Pre-dental general assessment 17,50 

W904 Pre-dental general re-assessment 12.60 

Psychotherapy: (includes narcoanalysis, psychoanalysis or treatment of 
sexual dysfunction) 

K007 Individual — per Vi hour or major part thereof (see Preamble) 15.40 

Group — (four to eight people) per Yi hour or major part thereof 

K012 — per member (up to six hours per day) 3.15 

N.C. —per member (more than 6 hours per day) N.A.B. 

K004 Family — (two or more family members in attendance at the same time) 

per Vz hour or major part thereof 18.20 

KOlO When special emergency visit to home, hospital, office or emergency 
department is required at Night, Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays to 
provide psychotherapy, add to claims for psychotherapy 7.00 

Hypnotherapy: 

K006 Individual — per Vi hour or major part thereof 15.40 

Note: May not be claimed with diagnosis of acne, psoriasis, smoking, obesity 

or in conjunction with delivery. 
KOI 1 Group, for induction and training for hypnosis (up to eight people) per 

'/2 hour or major part thereof per member — (not applicable to 

prenatal patients) 3.15 

KOI 3 Counselling — intended as an educational experience for premarital, 

marital or nutritional problems — not intended for ongoing therapy or 

as a substitute for a minor assessment — one or more people per 

Vz hour or major part thereof 15.40 

Note: 1 .) Claims for hospital, home or office visits are not applicable on a day 

when hypnotherapy, psychotherapy or counselling are charged, i.e. by 

same physician, same diagnosis. 
2.) the College of Physicians and Surgeons has stated that the minimum 

time period for psychotherapy (to be claimed as such) is 20 minutes. 
G623 Certification of mental illness, including necessary history and 

examination 28.00 

Note: Consultation or assessment may not be claimed in addition. 



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CONSULTATIONS AND VISITS 

Code GENERAL PRACTICE— Cont'd 

Interviews 

K002 Interviews with relatives on behalf of a patient, per Vi hour or major 

part thereof $15.40 

K003 Interviews with C.A.S. or legal guardian on behalf of a patient, per 

Vi hour or major part thereof 15.40 

Note: K002, K003 — Should be claimed on the patient's claim card with 
diagnosis. 

N.C. Interviews with other paramedical organization or others on behalf of a 

patient, per Vi hour or major part thereof N.A.B. 

N.C. Case conference — with medical and/or paramedical personnel on 

behalf of a patient, per Vi hour or major part thereof N.A.B. 

Diagnostic interview with child and/or parent: 

K008 for psychological problem or learning disabilities per Vi hour 15.40 

Note: Claim should be submitted on child's card. 

N.C. for testing per Yi hour N.A.B. 

Genetic Counselling: 

N.C. Individual or family — per Vi hour (maximum 2 hours) N.A.B. 

N.C. Interview with relatives — per Vi hour (maximum 2 hours) N.A.B. 

KOOl Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 

KlOl Detention while in attendance with patient(s) in 

ambulance per quarter hour 12.60 



Certification and Reports: 

With or Without Examination 

N.C. Certification of health (ordinary) N.A.B. 

N.C. Free from infection (barbers, waiters, etc.) N.A.B. 

N.C. Certification of disability N.A.B. 

N.C. Certification of previous immunization N.A.B. 

N.C. Insurance report based on previous examination N.A.B. 

N.C. Insurance report on illness or death N.A.B. 

N.C. Medico-legal report N.A.B. 



ALLERGY (39) 

Since the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada has not 
set a standard for "Allergy Specialist", benefits for consultations 
and visits shall be appUcable to a specific allergist as they refer to him 
in his own General or Specialty Section except for the following: 
K399 Clinical interpretation by immunologists where a report of a survey is 
submitted in writing to the patient's physician (not to apply when the 
immunologist claims for a consultation) 12.60 



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Code 



A015 
A016 
A013 
A014 
AOll 



Q215 
Q216 
Q213 
Q214 
Q211 
Q219 



H215 
H216 
H213 
H214 
H211 
H218 
H219 



ANAESTHESIA (01) 

Office: (applicable to services to other than registered bed patients) 

Consultation $30.10 

Repeat consultation 20.30 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 37.10 

Repeat consultation 27.30 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 37.10 j 

Repeat consultation 27.30 ' 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Hohdays extra 7.00 



HOlO 
H017 
H012 
H114 
H016 



C015 
C016 
CO! 3 

COM 

C012 
C017 



Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation 30. 10 

Repeat consultation 20.30 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation (See Preamble-paragraph 3 1 (a)) 30.10 

Repeat consultation (See Preamble-paragraph 3 1 (a)) 20.30 

General assessment 17.50 

General re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

up to five weeks per visit 5.95 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $17.85 

per week) per visit 5.95 



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5.95 

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Code ANAESTHESIA— Cont'd. 

C019 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $35.70 per month) per visit 

C018 Concurrent care (see Preamble) per visit 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 

CARDIOLOGY (60) 

For services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section 



Office: 

A605 Consultation 46.20 

A606 Repeat consultation 32.90 

A603 General assessment 30. 10 

A604 General re-assessment 22.40 

A608 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A601 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B605 Consultation 53.20 

B606 Repeat consultation 39.90 

B603 General assessment 37. 10 

B604 General re-assessment 29.40 

B601 Minor assessment 14.00 

B608 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 1.00 

B609 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q605 Consultation 53.20 

Q606 Repeat consultation 39.90 

Q603 General assessment 37.10 

Q604 General re-assessment 29.40 

Q601 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q609 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D: 

H605 Consultation 53.20 

H606 Repeat consultation 39.90 

H603 General assessment 37. 10 

H604 General re-assessment 29.40 

H601 Minor assessment 14.00 

H608 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H609 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
or O.P.D. 

H600 Consultation 46.20 



3103 



1043 



3104 



Code 

H607 
H602 
H704 
H708 
H706 



C605 
C606 
C603 
C604 

C602 
C607 

C609 
C608 
C109 

C108 
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CARDIOLOGY— Cont'd 

Repeat consultation $32.90 

General assessment 30.10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed , . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (see Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC SURGERY (09) 

Office: 

A095 Consultation 25.20 

A096 Repeat consultation 18.90 

A093 Specific assessment 17.50 

A094 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A091 Minor assessment 7,35 

Home: 

B095 Consultation 32.20 

B096 Repeat consultation 25.90 

B093 Specific assessment 24.50 

B094 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

B091 Minor assessment 14.00 

B098 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B099 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q095 Consultation 32.20 

Q096 Repeat consultation 25.90 

Q093 Specific assessment 24.50 

Q094 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Q091 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q099 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 



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3105 



Code CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC SURGERY— Cont'd 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H095 Consultation $32.20 

H096 Repeat consultation 25.90 

H093 Specific assessment 24.50 

H094 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

H091 Minor assessment 14.00 

H098 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H099 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Dut) in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

H090 Consultation 25.20 

H097 Repeat consultation 18.90 

H092 Specific assessment -. 17.50 

H294 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H296 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C095 Consultation 25.20 

C0% Repeat consultation 18.90 

C093 Specific assessment 17.50 

C094 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

C092 up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

C097 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

C099 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $31.50 per month) per visit 5.25 

C098 Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

CI 09 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and HoUdays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

CI 08 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K091 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



W095 
W096 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 



C305 
C306 



CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY (30) 

Inpatient: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 



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Code CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY —Cont'd 

C308 Concurrent care per visit $6.65 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Outpatient: 

H305 Consultation 25.20 

H307 Repeat consultation 18.90 

CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY (62) 

For services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

Office: 

A625 Consultation 46.20 

A525 Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

A626 Repeat consultation 32.90 

A623 General assessment 30.10 

A624 General re-assessment 22.40 

A628 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A621 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B625 Consultation 53.20 

B525 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

B626 Repeat consultation 39.90 

B623 General assessment 37.10 

B624 General re-assessment 29.40 

B621 Minor assessment 14.00 

B628 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B629 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q625 Consultation 53.20 

Q525 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

Q626 Repeat consultation 39.90 

Q623 General assessment 37.10 

Q624 General re-assessment 29.40 

Q621 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q629 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H625 Consultation 53.20 

H525 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

H626 Repeat consultation 39.90 

H623 General assessment 37.10 

H624 General re-assessment 29.40 

H621 Minor assessment 14.00 

H628 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H629 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 



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3107 



Code 



H620 
H627 
H622 
H724 

H728 
H726 



C625 
C525 
C626 
C623 
C624 

C622 

C627 

C629 
C628 
C109 

C108 
K621 



CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY— Cont'd 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation $46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 46.20 

Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22,40 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



DERMATOLOGY (02) 

Office: 

A025 Consultation 25.20 

A026 Repeat consultation 18.90 

A023 Specific assessment 15.75 

A024 Specific re-assessment 1 1 .20 

A021 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B025 Consultation 32.20 

B026 Repeat consultation 25.90 

B023 Specific assessment 22.75 

B024 Specific re-assessment 18.20 

B021 Minor assessment 14.00 

B028 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B029 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 



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Code 

Q025 
Q026 
Q023 
Q024 
Q021 
Q029 



H025 
H026 
H023 
H024 
H021 
H028 
H029 



H020 
H027 
H022 
H124 
H126 



C025 
C026 
C023 
C024 

C022 
C027 

C029 
C028 
C109 

C108 
K021 



DERMATOLOGY— Cont'd 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation $32.20 

Repeat consultation 25.90 

Specific assessment 22.75 

Specific re-assessment 18.20 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 32.20 

Repeat consultation 25.90 

Specific assessment 22.75 

Specific re-assessment 18.20 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 1 5.75 

Specific re-assessment 1 1 .20 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 15.75 

Specific re-assessment 1 1 .20 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $3 1 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



1 



W025 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes. 

Consultation 25.20 



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Code DERMATOLOGY— Cont'd 

W026 Repeat consultation $18.90 

GASTROENTEROLOGY (41) 

For services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

Office: 

A415 Consultation 46.20 

A416 Repeat consultation 32.90 

A41 3 General assessment 30. 10 

A414 General re-assessment 22.40 

A418 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A41 1 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B415 Consultation 53.20 

B416 Repeat consultation 39.90 

B413 General assessment 37.10 

B414 General re-assessment 29.40 

B41 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

B418 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B419 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Vbit to Office: 

Q415 Consultation 53.20 

Q416 Repeat consultation 39.90 

Q413 General assessment 37.10 

Q414 General re-assessment 29.40 

Q41 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q419 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H415 Consultation 53.20 

H416 Repeat consultation 39.90 

H413 General assessment ; 37.10 

H414 General re-assessment 29.40 

H41 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

H418 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H419 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

H410 Consultation 46,20 

H417 Repeat consultation 32.90 

H412 General assessment 30.10 

H5 14 General re-assessment 22.40 

H518 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H516 Minor assessment 7,35 



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Code 

C415 
C416 
C413 

C414 

C412 
C417 

C419 
C418 
C109 

C108 
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GASTROENTEROLOGY— Cont'd 

Hospital: 

Consultation $46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30.10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7,00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



GENERAL SURGERY (03) 

Office: 

A035 Consultation 25.20 

A036 Repeat consultation 18.90 

A033 Specific assessment 17.50 

A034 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A031 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B035 Consultation 32.2 

B036 Repeat consultation 25.90 

B033 Specific assessment 24.50 

B034 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

B031 Minor assessment 14.00 

B038 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B039 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoUdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q035 Consultation 32.20 

Q036 Repeat consultation 25.90 

Q033 Specific assessment 24.50 

Q034 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Q031 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q039 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H035 Consultation 32.20 

H036 Repeat consultation 25.90 

H033 Specific assessment 24.50 



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Code GENERAL SURGERY— Cont'd 

H034 Specific re-assessment $19.60 

H031 Minor assessment 14.00 

H038 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H039 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

H030 Consultation 25.20 

H037 Repeat consultation 18.90 

H032 Specific assessment 17.50 

H334 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H336 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C035 Consultation 25.20 

C036 Repeat consultation 18.90 

C033 Specific assessment 17.50 

C034 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

C032 up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

C037 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

C039 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $31 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

C038 Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and HoUdays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

CI 08 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K031 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W035 Consultation 25.20 

W036 Repeat consultation 18.90 

HAEMATOLOGY (61) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section, 

Office: 

A615 Consultation 46.20 

A616 Repeat consultation 32.90 

A613 General assessment 30.10 

A614 General re-assessment 22.40 

A618 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A61 1 Minor assessment 7.35 



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Code 

B615 
B616 
B613 
B614 
B611 
B618 
B619 



Q615 
Q616 
Q613 
Q614 
Q611 
Q619 



H615 
H616 
H613 
H614 
H611 
H618 
H619 



H610 
H617 
H612 
HTM 
H718 
H716 



C615 
C616 
C613 
C614 

C612 
C617 

C619 
C618 



HAEMATOLOGY— Cont'd 

Home: 

Consultation $53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37. 10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37.10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37.10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D.: — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient($) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

Concurrent care 6.65 



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Code HAEMATOLOGY— Cont'd 

CI 09 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . $7.00 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K61 1 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 

INTERNAL MEDICINE (13) 

Note: Minor allergy consultations are payable only to specialists (1 3), (62), and 
(47). 

Office: 

A135 Consultation 46.20 

A435 Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

A136 Repeat consultation 32.90 

A133 General assessment 30.10 

Al 34 General re-assessment 22.40 

A138 Specific re-assessment 12,60 

A131 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B135 Consultation 53.20 

B435 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

B136 Repeat consultation 39.90 

B133 General assessment 37.10 

HI 34 General re-assessment 29.40 

B131 Minor assessment 14.00 

HI 38 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B139 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q135 Consultation 53.20 

()435 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

Q136 Repeat consultation 39.90 

Q133 General assessment 37.10 

Q134 General re-assessment 29.40 

Q131 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q139 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Hohdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H135 Consultation 53.20 

H435 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

H136 Repeat consultation 39.90 

H133 General assessment 37.10 

H 1 34 General re-assessment 29.40 

H131 Minor assessment 14.00 

HI 38 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H139 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 



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Code 



HBO 
H137 
H132 
H434 
H438 
H436 

C135 
C435 
C136 
C133 
CI 34 

C132 

C137 

C139 
C138 
C109 

C108 
K131 



INTERNAL MEDICINE— Cont'd 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation $46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 46.20 

Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30.10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



W235 
W236 

W232 
W233 
W234 



W136 
W137 
W108 

W201 



W132 
W239 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

Admission assessment (see Preamble) 

Type 1 17.50 

Type 2 11.90 

Type 3 7.35 

Special visits for acute intercurrent illness when a doctor is called to the 
hospital and makes a special trip to see a patient(s): 

— first patient seen 14.00 

— extra patient seen for acute intercurrent illness 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours (extra to special visit — first 

patient seen) 7.00 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 
appropriate consultation or visit fees when no other 

premium is claimed 7.00 

Subsequent visits (maximum of 10 per patient, per month) per visit 6.65 

Annual physical examination 11 .90 



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Code 



W245 
W246 

W432 
W433 
W434 

W133 



INTERNAL MEDICINE— Cont'd 

Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care Legislation 
and Nursing Homes: 

Consultation $46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

Admission assessment (see Preamble) 

Type 1 17.50 

Type 2 11.90 

Type 3 7.00 

Subsequent visits (maximum of 5 per patient, per month) per visit 5.60 



W131 
W135 
W138 

W139 



W339 

W134 
Note: 



Note: 



W335 
W336 
W333 
W334 
W338 
W331 



Special visits for acute intercurrent illness when a doctor is called to the 
home and makes a special trip to see a patient(s): 

— first patient seen for intercurrent illness 14.00 

— extra patient seen for intercurrent illness 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours (extra to special visit — first 

patient seen) 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays (extra to special visit — first 

patient seen) 7.00 

Where acute intercurrent illness requires significant additional care .... I.C. 
Annual physical examination 11 .90 

Patients covered by Extended Care Legislation: 

— General re-assessment 7.35 

May only be claimed 6 month after Annual Health Examination (as 
per The Nursing Homes Act, 1972). 

Homes for the Aged — Patients Not Covered by Extended Care 

Legislation: 
If the Home for the Aged provides an office to the physician for the 
examination of patients, the physician should claim for the 
appropriate office visit as listed below for services rendered under 
these circumstances. If the physician is required to make special visits 
for acute intercurrent illness to a patient, the physician may claim for 
the appropriate special visit as listed above. 

Office visit benefits also apply to patient seen in bed rather than office, 
unless special visit is made. Do not use B or C codes. 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 



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Code MICROBIOLOGY (29) 

Inpatient: 

C295 Consultation $25.20 

C296 Repeat consultation 18.90 

C298 Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Outpatient: 

H295 Consultation 25.20 

H297 Repeat consultation 18.90 

NEUROLOGY (18) 

Office: 

A185 Consultation $46.20 

A186 Repeat consultation 1 32.90 

A183 General assessment 30.10 

A184 General re-assessment 22.40 

A188 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A181 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B185 Consultation 53.20 

B186 Repeat consultation 39.90 

B183 General assessment 37.10 

HI 84 General re-assessment 29.40 

B181 Minor assessment 14.00 

B188 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B189 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

QI85 Consultation 53.20 

Q186 Repeat consultation 39.90 

Q183 General assessment 37.10 

Q184 General re-assessment 29.40 

Q181 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q189 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H185 Consultation 53.20 

H186 Repeat consultation 39.90 

H183 General assessment 37.10 

H184 General re-assessment 29.40 

H181 Minor assessment 14.00 

HISS Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

HI 89 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 



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Code NEUROLOGY— Cont'd 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency or 
O.P.D.: 

H180 Consultation $46.20 

H187 Repeat consultation 32.90 

H182 General assessment 30. 10 

H284 General re-assessment 22.40 

H288 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H286 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C185 Consultation 46.20 

C186 Repeat consultation 32.90 

C183 General assessment 30.10 

C184 General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

C182 up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

C 1 87 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $ 1 9.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

CI 89 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

C188 Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K181 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W185 Consultation 46.20 

W186 Repeat consultation 32.90 

NEUROSURGERY (04) 

Office: 

A045 Consultation 37.80 

A046 Repeat consultation 22.40 

A043 Specific assessment 22.40 

A044 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A041 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B045 Consultation 44.80 

B046 Repeat consultation 29.40 

B043 Specific assessment 29.40 

B044 Specific re-assessment 19.60 



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Code 

B041 
B048 
B049 



Q045 
Q046 
Q043 
Q044 
Q041 
Q049 



H045 
H046 
H043 
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NEUROSURGERY— Cont'd 

Minor assessment $14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 44.80 

Repeat consultation 29,40 

Specific assessment 29.40 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 44.80 

Repeat consultation 29.40 

Specific assessment 29.40 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 



H040 
H047 
H042 
H144 
H146 



C045 
C046 
C043 
C044 

C042 
C047 

C049 
C048 
C109 

C108 
K041 



Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.F.D.: 

Consultation 37.80 

Repeat consultation 22.40 

Specific assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 37.80 

Repeat consultation 22.40 

Specific assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $31 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



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Code NEUROSURGERY— Cont'd 

Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W045 Consultation $37.80 

W046 Repeat consultation 22.40 

NUCLEAR MEDICINE (63) 

G635 Consultation 25.20 

G634 Repeat consultation 18.90 

G935 Diagnostic consultation — see definition in Preamble 12.60 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to first 

consultation or first procedure per special visit 7.00 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY (20) 

Office: 

A205 Consultation* 25.20 

A206 Repeat consultation* 18.90 

A203 Specific assessment* 17.50 

A204 Specific re-assessment* 12.60 

A201 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B205 Consultation* 32.20 

B206 Repeat consultation* 25.90 

B203 Specific assessment* 24.50 

B204 Specific re-assessment* 19.60 

B201 Minor assessment 14.00 

B208 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B209 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q205 Consultation* 32.20 

Q206 Repeat consultation* 25.90 

Q203 Specific assessment* 24.50 

Q204 Specific re-assessment* 19.60 

Q201 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q209 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H205 Consultation* 32.20 

H206 Repeat consultation* 25.90 

•May include cautery (exclusive of cyrotherapy), biopsy of cervix, Papanicolaou 
smear, examination of trichomonas suspension. 



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Code 

H203 
H204 
H201 
H208 
H209 



H200 
H207 
H202 
H404 
H406 



C205 
C206 



C203 
C204 

C202 
C207 

C209 
C208 
C109 

C108 
K201 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY— Cont'd 

Specific assessment* $24.50 

Specific re-assessment* 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation* 25.20 

Repeat consultation* 18.90 

Specific assessment* 17.50 

Specific re-assessment* 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation* 25.20 

Repeat consultation* 18.90 

Specific assessment* 17.50 

Specific re-assessment* 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $31 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.(X) 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 1.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



W305 
W306 



A235 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospitals, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

Consultation* 25.20 

Repeat consultation* 18.90 

OPHTHALMOLOGY (23) 

Office: 

Consultation 22.50 

*May include cautery (exclusive of cryotherapy), biopsy of cervix, Papanicolaou 
smear, examination of trichomonas suspension. 



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Code OPHTHALMOLOGY— Cont'd 

A236 Repeat consultation S18.90 

A233 Specific assessment 17.50 

A234 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A23 1 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B235 Consultation 29.40 

B236 Repeat consultation 25.90 

B233 Specific assessment 24.50 

B234 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

B23 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

B238 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B239 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoUdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q235 Consultation 29.40 

Q236 Repeat consultation 25.90 

Q233 Specific assessment 24.50 

Q234 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Q23 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q239 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoUdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H235 Consultation 29.40 

H236 Repeat consultation 25.90 

H233 Specific assessment 24.50 

H234 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

H231 Minor assessment 14.00 

H238 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H239 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoUdays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
or O.P.D. : 

H230 Consultation 22.50 

H237 Repeat consultation 18.90 

H232 Specific assessment 17.50 

H634 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H636 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C235 Consultation 22.50 

C236 Repeat consultation 18.90 

C233 Specific assessment 17.50 

C234 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

C232 up to five weeks per visit 5.25 



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Code 

C237 

C239 
C238 
C109 

C108 
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OPHTHALMOLOGY— Cont'd 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit $5.25 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $31.50 per month) per visit 5.25 

Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W535 Consultation 22.50 

W536 Repeat consultation 18.90 

ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY (06) 

Office: 

A065 Consultation 25.20 

A066 Repeat consultation 18.90 

A063 Specific assessment 17.50 

A064 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A061 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B065 Consultation 32.20 

B066 Repeat consultation 25.90 

B063 Specific assessment 24.50 

B064 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

B061 Minor assessment 14.00 

B068 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B069 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

C^65 Consultation 32.20 

Q066 Repeat consultation 25.90 

Q063 Specific assessment 24.50 

Q064 Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Q061 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q069 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoUdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H065 Consultation 32.20 

H066 Repeat consultation 25.90 

H063 Specific assessment 24.50 

H064 Specific re-assessment 19.60 



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3123 



Code ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY— Cont'd 

H061 Minor assessment $14.00 

H068 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H069 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

H060 Consultation 25.20 

H067 Repeat consultation 18.90 

H062 Specific assessment 17.50 

H164 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H166 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C065 Consultation 25.20 

C066 Repeat consultation 18.90 

C063 Specific assessment 17.50 

C064 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

C062 up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

C067 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

C069 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $3 1 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

C068 Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

CI 08 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K061 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



W065 
W066 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY (24) 

Office: 

A245 Consultation 25.20 

A246 Repeat consultation 18.90 

A243 Specific assessment 17.50 

A244 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A241 Minor assessment 7.35 



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Code 

B245 
B246 

B243 
B244 
B241 
B248 
B249 



Q245 
Q246 
Q243 
Q244 
Q241 
Q249 



H245 
H246 
H243 
H244 
H241 
H248 
H249 



H240 
H247 
H242 
H444 
H446 



C245 
C246 
C243 
C244 

C242 
C247 

C249 
C248 
C109 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY— Cont'd 

Home: 

Consultation $32.20 

Repeat consultation 25.90 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoHdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 32.20 

Repeat consultation ^ 25.90 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, HoHdays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 32.20 

Repeat consultation 25.90 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $3 1 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 



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Code OTOLARYNGOLOGY— Cont'd 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . $7.00 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K241 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W345 Consultation 25.20 

W346 Repeat consultation 18.90 

PAEDL\TRICS(26) 

orrice: 

A265 Consultation 44.80 

A565 Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

A266 Repeat consultation 29.40 

A263 General assessment 23.10 

A264 General re-assessment 12.60 

A268 Specific re-assessment 10.50 

A261 Minor assessment 7.35 

A262 Well baby care (up to 2nd birthday) 9.00 

K264 Well child care (2nd to 6th birthday— one per year) 11.90 

K269 Annual health examination (after 6th birthday). 1 1.90 

K565 Primary school examination 1 1.90 

K566 Secondary school examination 11 .90 

Diagnostic interview with child and/ or parent 

K568 — for psychological problems or learning disability — per '/i hour . . . 17.50 
Note: Claim should be submitted on child's card. 

N.C. —for testing N.A.B. 

Home: 

B265 Consultation 51.80 

B565 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

B266 Repeat consultation 36.40 

B263 General assessment 30.10 

B264 General re-assessment 19.60 

B261 Minor assessment 14.00 

K265 Extra patient seen 7.35 

B268 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B269 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q565 Consultation 51.80 

Q265 Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

Q566 Repeat consultation 36.40 



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Code 

Q563 
Q564 
Q561 
Q569 



H565 
H265 
H566 
H563 
H564 
H561 
H568 
H569 



H560 
H567 
H562 
H364 
H368 
H366 



C265 
C665 
C565 
C266 
C263 
C264 

C262 
C267 

C269 
C268 
H267 
Note: 



H261 
H262 



PAEDIATRICS— Cont'd 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 51 .80 

Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

Repeat consultation 36.40 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 44.80 

Repeat consultation 29.40 

General assessment 23, 10 

General re-assessment 12.60 

Specific re-assessment 10.50 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 44,80 

Prenatal consultation 17.30 

Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

Repeat consultation 29.40 

General assessment 23. 10 

General re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

up to six weeks per visit 5.95 

from seventh to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $17.85 
per week) per visit 5.95 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $37.50 per month) per visit 5.95 

Concurrent care per visit 5.95 

Attendance at maternal delivery (one or more babies) 24.50 

Consultation should not be claimed with attendance at maternal delivery 

other fees may apply. 
(See Obstetrical Preamble item #11.) 

Newborn care in hospital and/or home 24.50 

Premature (low birthweight) baby care (uncomplicated) 

— initial visit (per baby) 23. 10 



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Code 

H263 
H264 
U.V.C. 

C109 

C108 
K261 

N.C. 



W265 
W266 

W562 
W563 
W564 
W262 



PAEDIATRICS— Cont'd 

— then per daily visit for four weeks per visit $2.45 

— after four weeks to a maximum of $12.25 per week per visit 1 .75 

— Intensive care unit (without assisted ventilation) up to 28 days visit 

of age fees 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 

Pre-adoption examination and evaluation forC.A.S N.A.B. 

Chronic and Convalescent Hospital: 

Consultation 44.80 

Repeat consultation 29.40 

Admission assessment (see Preamble) 

Type 1 17.50 

Type2 11.90 

Type 3 7.35 

Subsequent visits (maximum of 10 per patient, per month) per visit 5.95 



Special visits for acute intercurrent illness when a doctor is called to the 

hospital and makes a special trip to see a patient(s) 

W566 —first patient seen 14.00 

W567 — extra patient seen for acute intercurrent illness 7.00 

W201 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 
W108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours (extra to special visit — first 

patient seen) 7.00 

W269 Annual physical examination 11 .90 

Note: (1) In surgical cases requiring medical direction, standard in-hospital 
medical benefits may be claimed in addition to the surgical benefit. 

This includes all operations on babies under one year of age, and all 
other children who require medical supervision. 
(2) In multiple births (uncomphcated) add 50^o for each additional 
infant. 



PATHOLOGY (28) 

Office: 

A285 Consultation 25.20 

A286 Repeat consultation 18.90 

A585 Diagnostic consultation — see definition in Preamble 12.60 



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Code 



C285 
C286 
C585 
C288 
C109 



H285 
H287 



A315 
A3 16 
A313 
A310 
A314 
A311 



B315 
B316 
B313 
33 10 
B314 
B311 
B318 
B319 



Q535 
Q536 
Q533 
Q310 
Q534 
Q531 
Q539 



H535 
H536 
H533 
H310 



PATHOLOGY— Cont'd 

Hospital: 

Inpatient 

Consultation $25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Diagnostic consultation 12.60 

Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Outpatient 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION (31) 

Office: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30.10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7,35 

Home: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37,10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14,00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37,10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Specific re-assessment 19,60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37. 10 

General re-assessment 29.40 



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3129 



Code PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION— Cont'd 

H534 Specific re-assessment $19.60 

H531 Minor assessment 14.00 

H538 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H539 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

H530 Consultation 46.20 

H537 Repeat consultation 32.90 

H532 General assessment 30. 10 

H315 General re-assessment 22.40 

H314 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H316 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C315 Consultation 46.20 

C316 Repeat consultation 32.90 

C3 1 3 General assessment 30. 10 

C314 General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

C312 up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

C317 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

C3 1 9 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

C3 1 8 Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.(X) 

K31 1 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 

Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital: 

W515 Consultation 46.20 

W516 Repeat consultation 32.90 

Admission assessment (see Preamble) 

W512 Type 1 17.50 

W513 Type2 11.90 

W514 Type 3 7.35 

Special visits for acute intercurrent illness when a doctor is called to the 
hospital and makes a special trip to see a patient(s). 

W316 first patient seen 14.00 

W317 extra patient seen for acute intercurrent illness 7.00 

W312 Subsequent visits (maximum of 10 per patient, per month) per visit 6.65 



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Code 

W201 
W108 
W419 



W615 
W616 

W612 
W613 
W614 

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PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION— Cont'd 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 
appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . $7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours (extra to special visit — first 

patient seen) 7.00 

Annual physical examination 11 .90 

Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care Legislation 
and Nursing Homes: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

Admission assessment (see Preamble) 

Type 1 17.50 

Type 2 11.90 

Type 3 7.35 

General re-assessment 7.35 

May only be claimed 6 months after Annual Health Examination (as 
per The Nursing Homes Act, 1972). 

Subsequent visits (maximum of 5 per patient, per month) per visit 5.60 



W311 
W315 
W318 

W319 



W519 



Special visits for acute intercurrent illness when a doctor is called to the 

hospital and makes a special trip to see a patient(s). 

first patient seen 14.00 

extra patient seen for intercurrent illness 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours (extra to special visit — first 

patient seen) 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays (extra to special visit — first 

patient seen) 7.(X) 

Where acute intercurrent illness requires significant additional care .... I.C. 
Annual physical examination 1 1 .90 



Homes for the Aged: Patients Not Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation. 

If the Home for the Aged provides an office to the physician for the 
examination of patients, the physician should claim for the 
appropriate office visit as listed below for services rendered under 
these circumstances. If the physician is required to make special visits 
for acute intercurrent illness to a patient, the physician may claim for 
the appropriate special home visit as listed above. 



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3131 



Code PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION— Cont'd 

Note: Office visit benefits apply also to patient seen in bed rather than office, 
unless special visit is made. Do not use B or C codes. 

W415 Consultation $46.20 

W416 Repeat consultation 32.90 

W413 General assessment 30.10 

W410 General re-assessment 22.40 

W414 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

W41 1 Minor assessment 7.35 

Team Management in a Rehabilitation Unit: (active in-patient 
rehabilitation management from the initiation of rehabilitation care). 

H312 up to twelve weeks per visit 6.65 

H317 from thirteenth to twenty-sixth week (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

H319 twenty-sixth week onwards (not to exceed $39.90 per month) . per visit 6.65 

Rehabilitation Procedures: per half hour or major part thereof (includes 
report). 

H3I3 Interviewing and counselling of patients and/ or relatives 17.50 

N.C. Rehabilitation case conference — with medical and/or paramedial 

personnel on behalf of a patient N.A.B. 

K3 1 3 Physiatric Management: applies to physiatrists regulating the day to day 
management of patients which may include (as required) prescription 
development, advice and supervision. It may be claimed on the days 
when rehabiUtation services are provided to patients who have been 
seen previously by the physiatrist for consultation or assessment. The 
benefit is not meant as an administrative allowance for supervising a 
department of rehabilitation nor is it to be claimed on the same day 
as claims are made for any other services which are provided by the 
physiatrist to the same patient(s) 1 .40 



PLASTIC SURGERY (08) 

OHicc: 

A085 Consultation 25.20 

A086 Repeat consultation 18.90 

A083 Specific assessment 17.50 

A084 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

A081 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B085 Consultation 32.20 

B086 Repeat consultation 25.90 

B083 Specific assessment 24.50 

B084 Specific re-assessment 19.60 



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Code 

B081 
B088 
B089 



Q085 
Q086 
Q083 
Q084 
Q081 
Q089 



H085 
H086 
H083 
H084 
H081 
H088 
H089 



H080 
H087 
H082 
H384 
H386 



C085 
C086 
C083 
C084 

C082 
C087 

C089 
C088 
C109 

C108 
K081 



PLASTIC SURGERY— Cont'd 

Minor assessment $14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 32.20 

Repeat consultation 25.90 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 32.20 

Repeat consultation 25.90 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in tiie 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7,35 

Hospital: 

Consultation , 25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $31 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



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Code PLASTIC SURGERY— Cont'd 

Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W085 Consultation $25.20 

W086 Repeat consultation 18.90 

PSYCHIATRY (19) 

Office: 

A195 Consultation 46.20 

A196 Repeat consultation 32.20 

A193 Specific assessment 26.60 

A194 Specific re-assessment 18.20 

A191 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B195 Consultation 53.20 

B196 Repeat consultation 39.20 

B193 Specific assessment 33.60 

B194 Specific re-assessment 25.20 

B191 Minor assessment 14.00 

B198 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B199 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q195 Consultation 53.20 

Q196 Repeat consultation 39.20 

Q193 Specific assessment 33.60 

Q194 Specific re-assessment 25.20 

Q191 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q199 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H195 Consultation 53.20 

H196 Repeat consultation 39.20 

H193 Specific assessment 33.60 

H194 Specific re-assessment 25.20 

H191 Minor assessment 14.00 

HI 98 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

HI 99 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

H190 Consultation 46.20 

H197 Repeat consultation 32.20 

H192 Specific assessment 26.60 

H394 Specific re-assessment 18.20 

H396 Minor assessment 7.35 



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Code PSYCHIATRY— Cont'd 

Hospital: (inpatient, day care, residential care). 

C195 Consultation $46.20 

C196 Repeat consultation 32.20 

C193 Specific assessment 26.60 

C194 Specific re-assessment 18.20 

Subsequent visits: 

C192 up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

C197 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

CI 99 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

C198 Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K191 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 

Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W195 Consultation 46.20 

W196 Repeat consultation 32.20 

Other Services: 
N.C. Specific assessment with report to referring agency N.A.B. 

Consultation on behalf of disturbed child (including report): 

A197 consultative interview with parents 39.90 

A198 consultative interview with child 39.90 



(Assessment conference with parents should be claimed on the basis of 

family therapy). 
N.C. Therapeutic supervision with any para-medical organization 

(health education, correction and other community resources) N.A.B. 

K196 Interviews with relatives on behalf of a patient, per Vi hour or major 

part thereof 17.50 

K193 Interviews with C.A.S. or legal guardian on behalf of a patient — per Vi 

hour or major part thereof 17.50 

N.C. Interviews with other para-medical organization or others on behalf of a 

patient — per Vi hour or major part thereof N.A.B. 

N.C. Medico-legal: Attendance at Court, per diem, by arrangement with 

counsel N.A.B. 

Psychotherapy: (See Preamble) 
K197 Individual (including Aversive Conditioning, Narcoanalysis, 

Psychoanalysis) per Vi hour or major part thereof 18.55 



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Code PSYCHIATRY— Cont'd 

Group psychotherapy (4-8 people) 
K198 per member, per Vi hour or major part thereof (up to six hours per 

day) $3.33 

N.C. per member, per hour (more than 6 hours) N.A.B. 

Family therapy (two or more family members) 

K195 per Vi hour or major part thereof 19.60 

Note: Shpuld be claimed on the patient's claim card with diagnosis. 
KOlO When special emergency visit to home, hospital, office or emergency 
department is required at Nights, Saturdays, Sundays or HoUdays to 
provide psychotherapy, add to claim for psychotherapy 7.00 

Hypnotherapy: 

K192 Individual — per Vi hour or major part thereof 18.55 

Note: May not be claimed with diagnosis of acne, psoriasis, smoking, obesity 

or in conjunction with delivery. 
K194 Group — for induction and training for hypnosis (up to eight people) per 
'/2 hour or major part thereof — per member — (not applicable to 

prenantal patients) 3.33 

Note: (1) For electroconvulsive therapy benefits, see Diagnostic and 
Therapeutic Procedures. 

(2) Claims for hospital, home or office visits are not 
applicable on a day when E.C.T. or hypnotherapy or 
psychotherapy are claimed, i.e. by same physician, same 
diagnosis. 

(3) The College of Physicians and Surgeons has stated that the 
minimum time period for psychotherapy (to be claimed as 
such) is 20 minutes. 

In addition, no claim may be made for the first intradermal, 
intramuscular or subcutaneous injection in conjunction with such 
claims. 



RADIOLOGY— DIAGNOSTIC (33) 

Office: 

A335 Consultation (See Preamble, item <'2.(f.)) 12.60 

Hospital: (including Emergency Department or O.P.D.) 

C335 Consultation (See Preamble, item #2.(f.)) 12.60 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and HoUdays, add to 
first consultation or first procedure or first radiographic examination 
per special visit 7.00 



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Code 



A345 
A346 
A343 
A344 
A341 



H345 
H346 
H343 
H344 
H341 
H348 
H349 



C345 
C346 
C343 
C344 

C342 
C347 

C349 
C348 
C109 

C108 



A475 
A575 
A476 
A473 
A474 
A478 
A471 



B475 
B575 
B476 



RADIATION ONCOLOGY— (THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY) (34) 

Office: 

Consultation $25.20 

Repeat consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 32.20 

Repeat consultation 25.90 

Specific assessment 24.50 

Specific re-assessment 19.60 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Hospital: 

Consultation 25.20 

Repeal consultation 18.90 

Specific assessment 17.50 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

RESPIRATORY DISEASE (47) 

For services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

Office: 

Consultation 46.20 

Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30.10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

Consultation 53.20 

Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

Repeat consultation 39.90 



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3137 



Code 

B473 

B474 
B471 
B478 
B479 



Q475 
Q575 
Q476 
Q473 
Q474 
Q471 
Q479 



H475 
H575 
H476 
H473 
H474 
H471 
H478 
H479 



H470 
H477 
H472 
H574 
H578 
H576 



C475 
C575 
C476 
C473 
C474 

C472 
C477 

C479 
C478 



RESPIRATORY DISEASE— Cont'd 

General assessment $37. 10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 53.20 

Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37.10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 53.20 

Minor allergy consultation 34.30 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37.10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in tlie 
Emergency Department Wiien Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30. 10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

Consultation 46.20 

Minor allergy consultation 27.30 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30.10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

Concurrent care per visit 6.65 



1077 



3138 



Code 

C109 

C108 
K471 



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RESPIRATORY DISEASE— Cont'd 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . $7.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8^40 



A485 
A486 
A483 
A484 
A488 
A481 



B48S 
B486 
B483 
B484 
B481 
B488 
B489 



Q485 
Q486 
Q483 
Q484 
Q481 
Q489 



H485 
H486 
H483 
H484 
H481 
H488 
H489 



H480 



RHEUMATOLOGY (48) 

For services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

Office: 

Consultation 46.20 

Repeat consultation 32.90 

General assessment 30.10 

General re-assessment 22.40 

Specific re-assessment 12.60 

Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37.10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37.10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.(X) 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

Consultation 53.20 

Repeat consultation 39.90 

General assessment 37.10 

General re-assessment 29.40 

Minor assessment 14.00 

Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

Consultation 46.20 



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Code RHEUMATOLOGY— Cont'd 

H487 Repeat consultation $32.90 

H482 General assessment 30. 10 

H584 General re-assessment 22.40 

H588 Specific re-assessment 12.60 

H586 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C485 Consultation 46.20 

C486 Repeat consultation 32.90 

C483 General assessment 30.10 

C484 General re-assessment 22.40 

Subsequent visits: 

C482 up to five weeks per visit 6.65 

C487 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $19.95 

per week) per visit 6.65 

C489 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $39.90 per month) per visit 6.65 

C488 Concurrent care per visit 6.65 

CI 09 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

K481 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



UROLOGY (35) 

Office: 

A355 Consultation* 25.20 

A356 Repeat consultation* 18.90 

A353 Specific assessment* 17.50 

A354 Specific re-assessment* 12.60 

A35 1 Minor assessment 7.35 

Home: 

B355 Consultation* 32.20 

B356 Repeat consultation* 25.90 

B353 Specific assessment* 24.50 

B354 Specific re-assessment* 19.60 

B35 1 Minor assessment 14.00 

B358 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

B359 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Office: 

Q355 Consultation* 32.20 

Q356 Repeat consultation* 25.90 

Q353 Specific assessment* 24.50 

*May include physical examination pertaining to the genito-urinary tract and 
when necessary such procedures as urethral calibration and prostatic fluid 
examination, but not to include endoscopic examination. 



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Code UROLOGY— Cont'd 

Q354 Specific re-assessment* $19.60 

Q351 Minor assessment 14.00 

Q359 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7.00 

Special Visit to Emergency or O.P.D.: 

H355 Consultation* 32.20 

H356 Repeat consultation* 25.90 

H353 Specific assessment* 24.50 

H354 Specific re-assessment* 19.60 

H351 Minor assessment 14.00 

H358 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

H359 Nights, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays extra 7,00 

Emergency or O.P.D. — Doctor in Hospital But Not on Duty in the 
Emergency Department When Seeing Patient(s) in the Emergency 
orO.P.D.: 

H350 Consultation* 25.20 

H357 Repeat consultation* 18.90 

H352 Specific assessment* 17.50 

H454 Specific re-assessment* 12.60 

H456 Minor assessment 7.35 

Hospital: 

C355 Consultation* 25.20 

C356 Repeat consultation* 18.90 

C353 Specific assessment* 17.50 

C354 Specific re-assessment* 12.60 

Subsequent visits: 

C352 up to five weeks per visit 5.25 

C357 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $15.75 

per week) per visit 5.25 

C359 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $31 .50 per month) per visit 5.25 

C358 Concurrent care per visit 5.25 

C109 Special visits on Nights, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, add to 

appropriate consultation or visit when no other premium is claimed . . 7.00 

C108 Emergency call with sacrifice of office hours extra 7.00 

K351 Detention (See Preamble) per quarter hour 8.40 



Long Term Institutional Care — Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, 
Homes for the Aged — Patients Covered by Extended Care 
Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W355 Consultation* 

W356 Repeat consultation* 

*May include physical examination pertaining to the genito-urinary tract and 
when necessary such procedures as urethal calibration, catheterization and 
prostatic fluid examination, but not to include endoscopic examination. 



25.20 * 
18.90 



1080 



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THE ONTARi 


[0 GAZEllE 








LABORATORY 






L.M.S. 


O.H.I.P. 


L.M.S. 


O.H.I.P 




UNITS 


FEE 


UNITS 


FEE 




1 


.368 


39 


14.352 




2 


.736 


40 


14.720 




3 


1.104 


41 


15.088 




4 


1.472 


42 


14.456 




5 


1.840 


43 


15.824 




6 


2.208 


44 


16.192 




7 


2.576 


45 


16.560 




8 


2.944 


46 


16.928 




9 


3.312 


47 


17.296 




10 


3.680 


48 


17.664 




11 


4.048 


49 


18.032 




12 


4.416 


50 


18.400 




13 


4.784 


51 


18.768 




14 


5.152 


52 


19.136 




15 


5.520 


53 


19.504 




16 


5.888 


54 


19.872 




17 


6.256 


55 


20.240 




18 


6.624 


56 


20.608 




19 


6.992 


57 


20.976 




20 


7.360 


58 


21.344 




21 


7.728 


59 


21.712 




22 


8.0% 


60 


22.080 




23 


8.464 


61 


22.448 




24 


8.832 


62 


22.816 




25 


9.200 


63 


23.184 




26 


9.568 


64 


23.552 




27 


9.936 


65 


23.920 




28 


10.304 


66 


24.288 




29 


10.672 


67 


24.656 




30 


11.040 


68 


25.024 




31 


11.408 


69 


25.392 




32 


11.776 


70 


25.760 




33 


12.144 


71 


26.128 




34 


12.512 


72 


26.4% 




35 


12.880 


73 


26.864 




36 


13.248 


74 


27.232 




37 


14.616 


75 


27.600 




38 


13.984 







3141 



*Note: The above table shows three decimal places although O.H.I.P. payments are 
made to the nearest cent. 



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Note: Claims for laboratory services, when referred by a Dentist, Osteopath, Chiropodist 
or Chiropractor are not insured services. 

PREAMBLE: 

1. The patient documentation and specimen handling benefit is applicable to all 
patients, except for those items listed under the anatomical pathology, histology and 
cytology sections. The items in this section have been left at a sufficient level to cover 
administrative costs. This benefit is not applicable to referred-in samples, since the 
collecting laboratory will already have claimed the patient documentation and 
specimen collection benefit. 

2. The biochemistry section has been condensed so that one listing refers to a procedure 
for any of amniotic fluid (A), blood (B), C.S.F. (C), faeces (F), gastrointestinal fluid 
(G), urine (U). Exceptions are indicated by B, U, etc., following the test name. Other 
specimens will be considered on an I.C. basis. 

3. A number of tests are listed in different sections of the schedule, i.e. when more than 
one method of performing the test is available, e.g. Hepatitis B antigen is listed under 
both Radioassays and Immunology. 

4. Urine — dipstick chemical estimations are a modern and acceptable part of a routine 
and microscopic urine analysis (L253) or as a single part (such as Ketones, blood or 
protein, etc.) or in a glucose tolerance test (L254). 

Note: Ketones should not be routinely claimed with G.T.T. 

5. Blood glucose by the dipstick method may be claimed only when assessed by an 
appropriate instrument such as a reflectance meter. It should not be claimed when 
used only as a check on the fasting blood sample of a glucose tolerance test. The 
blood glucose of the fasting sample in a glucose tolerance test is allowable only once 
even if assessed by two methods. 

6. If in the course of any visit, a hemoglobin is carried out in the doctor's office, no 
claim shall be made for this service unless it is the sole reason for the visit. Urinalysis 
may be claimed with or without an associated visit to a doctor's office if the analysis 
is comparable to code L253 and includes microscopic examination of the centrifuged 
specimen. 

7. The RAST test has not been recognized in the schedule and it is inappropriate to 
claim for this service under code L585. 

8. When a screening culture method (e.g. Agar spoon) is used on a urine sample, L641 
refers to a culture technique and does not apply to those kits using the nitrite test 
only. Where a significant growth is obtained and followed up by definitive 
identification methods, L633 or L634 only should be claimed. 

9. The physician assumes responsibility for all cytology smears and the listed 
professional benefits (L804 to L815 inclusive) are weighted averages of the 



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professional component. These benefits, therefore, are applicable in each case 
whether or not all slides are examined by the physician. 

10. Only those tests which are requested are to be claimed with the following exceptions. 
It is intended that if the test results yield abnormal findings or information which 
would be incomplete, insufficient or meaningless to the referring physician, the 
medical director of a laboratory may add further appropriate tests and claim for 
them with the knowledge he may have to substantiate their justification. 

1 1 . The verbatim listing is intended as the definitive benefit for that test alone, unless 
otherwise specified e.g. isoenzymes do not include total enzyme estimation; creatine 
does include creatinine (as specified). Notwithstanding the foregoing and recognizing 
that it is impossible to list all variations in techniques of all listed tests, when there is a 
modification of the usual technique, the listing most closely approximating it should 
be used. 

12. This schedule, with the exception of L036, lists actual procedures performed. No 
claim shall be made for calculated values made and reported. 

13. Whereas the red cell count had fallen into disrepute and was rarely used before the 
advent of particle counters, and since they are considered valid only when counted by 
such an instrument, the manual red cell count done by the counting chamber is no 
longer approved and has been removed from the schedule. 

14. Because of obsolescence and/or lack of utilization, L028 (Bence Jones Protein heat 
test) and Li 38 (Iodine, Butanol Extractable) have been removed from the schedule. 

15. The benefit for seminal fiuid examination (complete) is to include sperm count, 
volume estimation, motility and morphology and viscosity. The benefit of $2,576 for 
seminal fluid examination carried out post-vasectomy is not to be claimed by the 
op)erating surgeon unless the patient requires more than one office visit post- 
operatively. 

16. Creatinine is a justifiable addition in the case of tests on 24-hour urine samples, 
where it is necessary to assess the sample as a complete 24-hour collection. However, 
if several tests (e.g. steroids) are done on a single such sample; only one creatinine 
should be claimed for that sample. In those estimations where the test result is 
expressed in terms of creatinine excretion (i.e. a certain quantity per m.g. of 
creatinine) the performance of a creatinine is mandatory and may be claimed. 

17. It is recognized that in requests for a serologic litre, if a screening test is used and 
would suffice, the lesser benefit for the screening test should be claimed. If positive 
and followed by serial titration, both the screening and titre fees may be claimed. If 
the titration is a micro technique using plates, it is the equivalent of a tube titre, the 
wells being miniature tubes. 

18. It is recognized that when Wet Preparation (L653) has been used to search for 
trichomonas, it may be claimed in addition to L625 or L627 provided that the 



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conditions set down in paragraph 10 of this preamble are adhered to. The wet 
preparation used in the faeces concentration technique for parasites and ova is 
included in L650. 

19. It is recognized that in all laboratory tests there is a professional component. 

20. If a test is not completed in accordance with the specific schedule listing, no claim 
should be made for the test. 

21. The maximum number of units which can be claimed for any combination of L418 
(Hemoglobin), L417 (Hematocrit), L399 (WBC Count) and L397 (RBC Count) is 11 
units, whether automated, semi-automated or manual methods are used. L700 is not 
included in this total and may be claimed separately, if appropriate. Code L470 has 
been deleted from this schedule. Laboratories using multichannel equipment and 
previously claiming under Code L470 should now use individual codes as described 
above. 



22. For codes L475 - L478 inclusive, the unit of test measurement is "per panel". The 
panel consists of reagent blood cells of known antigenicity usually numbering 8-10 
cell types per panel. For a 16 cell panel, the L.M.S. unit value should be doubled. 

23. This preamble is intended to apply to everyone using codes L700, LOOl to L722 and 
L800 to L826. 

24. The benefits for patient documentation and specimen collection and each test are 
calculated by multiplying the individual L.M.S. Unit values by 36. 8C. 

LMS 
Code Units 

L700 PATIENT DOCUMENTATION AND SPECIMEN 

COLLECTION FEE 6 $ 2.208 

L700 applicable on all 0.0. P. Laboratory Medicine claims, 

even though it is not specified on the incoming claim. 

Is not allowed to a laboratory associated with a clinic in 

conjunction with an office visit as defined in item 6. 

May only be claimed with an "L" code other than L701 to 

L722 and L800 to L826. 

1. Limited to 1 per patient, per day. 

2. Not allowed to the recipient of a referred sample from 
another laboratory. 

3. Not allowed to the attending physician. 

4. Not refundable (in whole or part) to the referring 
physician or referring laboratory by the laboratory 
performing the test(s). 

5. Not applicable to a patient visit solely to receive 
instructions or collection containers. 



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3145 



Code 



LMS 
Units 



LOOl 
L002 
L003 
L004 
L005 

L006 

L1007 

LOOS 

L009 

LOlO 

LOll 

L012 

L013 

L014 

L020 

L015 

L016 

L017 

L018 

L019 

L025 

L026 

L027 

L029 

L030 

L031 

L037 
L038 
L039 
L045 
L046 
L047 
L048 
L040 



6. When multiple tests are ordered for the same patient for 
the same day, only one L700 may be claimed even though 
all specimens may not be available on any one day. 

7. Not applicable to items under anatomical pathology, 
histology and cytology section. 

(Fee codes L701 to L722 inclusive.) 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

(Applicable to all specimens except as denoted by B-blood, 
U-urine, F-feces, C.-C.S.F., A-amniotic fluid). 

Acetone, Qualitative (Ketones dipstick) 

Acetone, Quantitative 

Addis count — U 

Albumin, Quahtative 

Albumin, Quantitative (excluded if 
globulin and/or protein electrophoresis done) 

Alcohol, Ethyl-Quantitative 

Alcohols, Qualitative 

Alcohols, Fractionation and Quantification 

Aldolase 

Aldosterone 

Amino Acids — one way chromatography — B, U 

Amino Acids — two way chromatography — U 

Amino Acids, Fractionation and Quantitation 

Amino Acid Nitrogen 

Aminophylline, Quantitative (theophylline) 

Ammonia 

Amniotic Fluid Scan 

Amniotic Fluid L/S Ratio 

Amylase 

Ascorbic Acid 

Barbiturates, Qualitative 

Barbiturates, Quantitative 

Barbiturates, Fractionation and Quantification 

Bilirubin, Qualitative — F 

Bilirubin, total 

Bilirubin, conjugated 

Bloodgases (see listings on page 35) 

Blood Volume — excluding injection of dye 

Bromides 

Bromosulphthalein (BSP) excluding injection of dye 

Calcium 

Calcium Ionized 

Calculus analysis — chemical. Qualitative 

Calculus analysis. Qualitative and Quantitative 

Carbamazepine, Quantitative 



3 


$ 1.104 


35 


12.880 


32 


11.776 


3 


1.104 


10 


3.680 


43 


15.824 


25 


9.200 


45 


16.560 


30 


11.040 


120 


44.160 


15 


5.152 


30 


11.040 


200 


73.600 


33 


12.144 


40 


14.720 


39 


14.352 


20 


7.360 


50 


18.400 


22 


8.0% 


25 


9.200 


25 


9.200 


35 


12.880 


60 


22.080 


3 


1.104 


10 


3.680 


10 


3.680 


20 


7.360 


15 


5.520 


14 


5.152 


10 


3.680 


20 


7.360 


15 


5.520 


25 


9.200 


35 


12.880 



1085 



3146 



Code 

L049 
L050 
L051 
L052 
L041 
L053 
L054 
L055 
L056 



L057 
L058 

L060 
L061 

L062 
L063 
L064 
L065 
L066 
L070 
L067 
L068 
L069 
L074 
L077 
L078 
L079 

LOSS 
L086 
L080 
L087 
L088 
L089 
L090 
L091 
L092 
L095 
L096 
L097 
L098 
L099 
L094 
LlOO 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
LABORATORY MEDICINE 



Carotene 

Catecholamines, total , 

Catecholamines, fractionated 

Ceruloplasmin 

Chlordiazepoxide, Quantitative , 

Chloride , 

Chloride (sweat) 

Cholesterol, total — not to be charged with LI 56 

Cholesterol, ester — not to be charged with LI 56 , 

Cholinesterase — pseudo or true 

Cholinesterase Genotyping (includes pseudo, Dibucaine 

and Fluoride) 

Carboxyhemoglobin 

CO2 Content, CO2 Combining Power, Bicarbonate 

(measured, not calculated) 

Chymotrypsin 

Copper 

Cortisol 

Creatine (includes creatinine) 

Creatine Phosphokinase 

Creatine Phosphokinase, fractionation 

Creatinine (not with L068) 

Creatinine Clearance 

Cystine Screening — U 

Diazepam, Quantitative 

Diphenylhydantoin, Quantitative (phenytoin) 

Drug Screening, thin layer chromatography 

Drug Screening TLC + gas liquid chromatography 

confirmation 

Electrophoresis, serum — including total protein 

Electrophoresis, other than serum — including total protein 

Electrophoresis, serum — alone 

Estradiol 

Estriol 

Estriol, Pregnancy — U 

Estrogens, total 

Estrone 

Ethosuximide, Quantitative 

Fat, total— F 

Fat, Differential — F 

Fat and/or meat fibres (microscopic) — F 

Fat (microscopic) — U 

Fatty Acids, free 

Flurazepam, Quantitative 

F.S.H. (Pituitary Gonadotrophins) 



0. 


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LMS 




Units 




16 


$ 5.888 J 


60 


22.080 


80 


29.440 ' 


19 


6.992 ; 


40 


14.720 \ 


6 


2.208 ' 


33 


12.144 


14 


5.152 


14 


5.152 



30 



11.040 



50 


18.400 


15 


5.520 


6 


2.208 


22 


8.096 


40 


14.720 


35 


12.880 


26 


9.568 


25 


9.200 


34 


12.512 


6 


2.208 


15 


5.520 


8 


2.944 


40 


14.720 


35 


12.880 


20 


7.360 


75 


27.600 


36 


13.248 


50 


18.400 


26 


9.568 


75 


27.600 


75 


27.600 


50 


18.400 


50 


18.400 


75 


27.600 


35 


12.880 


72 


26.496 


92 


33.856 


6 


2.208 


6 


2.208 


25 


9.200 


40 


14.720 


60 


22.080 



k 



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LABORATORY MEDICINE 



3147 



Code 



L105 
L106 
L113 
L107 
L108 
L109 
LUO 

Llll 
L112 

LI 14 
L115 
L119 
L120 
L121 
L122 
L123 
LlOl 
LI 24 
L125 
L126 
L127 
L128 
L129 
L130 
L131 
L135 
L136 
L142 
L143 
L137 
L139 
L141 
L145 
L146 
L147 
L148 
L149 
L150 
L151 
L152 
L153 
L154 
L155 



Galactose (per sample) 

Galactose- 1 -phosphate uridyl transferase (quantitative). . 
Galactose- 1 -phosphate uridyl transferase (screening) . , . . 

Gamma glutamyl transpeptidase 

Gastric analysis tubeless 

Gastric analysis titration (per sample) 

Globulin (excluded if albumin and/or protein 

electrophoresis done) 

Glucose, quantitative (not by dipstick) 

Glucose, semi-quantitative (dipstick if read 

with reflectance meter) 

Glutathione 

Glycoproteins 

Hexoseaminidase A 

Haptoglobin 

5H1 AA Screening— U 

5H1AA Quantitation— U 

Homogentisic Acid (Qualitative) 

Homovanillic Acid, HVA 

Hydroxy Butyrate Dehydrogenase 

17-Hydroxycorticosteroids — U 

17-Ketogenic steroids — U 

17-Ketosteroids, total — U 

17-Ketosteroids, fractionated — U 

Hydroxyproline — B 

Hydroxyproline, Total — U 

Hydroxyproline, Total and Free — U 

Inulin Clearance Test 

Insulin 

Intestinal enzymes — qualitative 

— quantitative 

Iodine Protein Bound (P.B.I.) 

Iron, Total — with iron binding capacity 

Iso-Citric Dehydrogenase 

Lactic Acid (lactate) 

Lactic Dehydrogenase (L.D.H.), total 

Lactic Dehydrogenase Fractionation 

Lead 

Leucine Aminopeptidase 

Lipase 

Lipid (total) 

Lipids (Thin Layer Chromatography) 

Lipoprotein, Electrophoresis-not to be charged with LI 56 

Lipoprotein, Ultracentrifugation 

Lipoprotein Lipase (Frederickson) 



LMS 




Units 




16 


$5,888 


65 


23.920 


10 


3.680 


15 


5.520 


7 


2.576 


7 


2.576 


10 


3.680 


6 


2.208 


3 


1.104 


20 


7.360 


60 


22.080 


15 


5.520 


15 


5.520 


9 


3.312 


50 


18.400 


9 


3.312 


60 


22.080 


10 


3.680 


34 


12.512 


40 


14.720 


34 


12.512 


80 


29.440 


25 


9.200 


90 


33.120 


150 


55.200 


40 


14.720 


40 


14.720 


6 


2.208 


22 


8.096 


21 


7.728 


34 


12.512 


15 


5.520 


27 


9.936 


10 


3.680 


39 


10.672 


40 


14.720 


15 


5.520 


22 


8.096 


16 


5.888 


30 


11.040 


34 


12.512 


50 


18.400 


100 


36.800 



1087 



3148 



Code 



L156 



L157 
L158 
L165 
L166 
L167 
L168 
L169 
L170 
L171 
L172 
L175 
L173 
L174 
LI 80 
L181 
L182 
L183 
L185 
L081 
L032 
L033 
L034 
L035 
L036 

L187 
L188 
L189 
L190 
L191 
L192 
L193 
L194 
L195 
L196 
L197 
L198 
L199 
L200 
L201 
L202 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
LABORATORY MEDICINE 



Lipoprotein phenotyping (includes sample appearance, 
cholesterol, triglycerides, lipoprotein, electrophoresis 
and interpretation) — not to be charged with L055, LI 53 
or L243 

Lithium 

Luteinizing Hormone (LH), chemical (not immunologic). . 

Magnesium 

Malic Dehydrogenase 

Melanin — U 

Mercury 

Metanephrines, total — U 

Metanephrines, fractionated — U 

Methemalbumin 

Methemoglobin 

Methylphenidate, quantitative 

Mucopolysaccharides — U 

Myoglobin, Qualitative — U 

5 '-Nucleotidase 

Occult blood 

Ornithine Carbonyl Transferase 

Osmolality (osmolarity) 

P.A.H. Clearance 

Phenobarbitone 

pCO: 

pOj (arterial) 

pH 

PCO2, pO: and pH in combination 

pCOj, pOi, pH-calculation of one or more of standard 
bicarbonate, base excess, etc 

Phenothiazines, QuaHtative — U 

Phenothiazines, Quantitative — U 

Phenylalanine 

Phosphatase, Acid 

Phosphatase, Alkaline 

Phosphatase, Alkaline fractionation 

Phospholipids . 

Phosphorus (inorganic phosphate) 

Plasma Clearing Factor (Baker) 

Plasma Hemoglobin 

Porphobilinogen (PBG), screen — U 

Porphobilinogen (PBG), Quantitative — U 

Delta-aminolevulinic Acid (ALA), Quantitative — U 

Porphyrins, screen 

Porphyrins, Quantitation (copro, proto, uro) — U 

Porphyrins, Quantitation (copro, proto, uro) — B 



O. Reg. 454/78 



LMS 
Units 



69 


$25,392 


10 


3.680 


60 


22.080 


13 


4.784 


15 


5.520 


10 


3.680 


30 


11.040 


75 


27.600 


90 


33.120 


21 


7.728 


21 


7.728 


40 


14.720 


25 


9.200 


30 


11.040 


25 


9.200 


3 


1.104 


15 


5.520 


10 


3.680 


40 


14.720 


35 


12.880 


8 


2.944 


8 


2.944 


7 


2.576 


17 


6.256 


3 


1.104 


6 


2.208 


30 


11.040 


15 


5.520 


15 


5.520 


10 


3.680 


29 


10.672 


30 


1 1 .040 


10 


3.680 


35 


12.880 


15 


5.520 


10 


3.680 


25 


9.200 


25 


9.200 


10 


3.680 


60 


22.080 


75 


27.600 



1088 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3149 

LABORATORY MEDICINE 

Code 

L203 Porphyrins, Quantitation (copro, proto, uro) — F 

L204 Potassium 

L205 Pregnanediol — U 

L206 Pregnanetriol— U 

L21 1 Primidone, Quantitative 

L207 Progesterone 

L208 Protein, total— not to be charged with L085 or L086 

L209 PSP (Phenolsulphonphthalein) , 

L210 Pyruvic Acid (pyruvate) , 

L215 Quinidine , 

L216 Reducing substances, identifled by chromatography , 

L220 Salicylate, Qualitative 

L221 Salicylate, Quantitative 

L222 SCOT (AST) 

L223 SGTP (ALT) 

L224 Automated chemical analyzers with 2 to 6 simultaneously 

functioning channels (single sample) 

L225 Automated chemical analyzers with 7 or more 

simultaneously functioning channels (single sample) 

L226 Sodium 

L227 Spectoscopic examination (any) 

L228 Sulphemoglobin 

L229 Sulphonamides 

L238 T-4, Total (Thyroxine), by Column 

L240 Thiocyanates 

L242 Thyroxine — Binding Globulin 

L243 Triglycerides — not to be charged with LI 56 

L244 Trypsin 

L250 Urea Clearance 

L251 Urea Nitrogen (B.U.N.) 

L252 Uric Acid 

L253 Urinalysis, routine (includes microscopic plus any of S.G., 

pH, protein, sugar, hemoglobin, ketones, bilirubin) 

L254 Urinalysis, any single part of above 

L267 Urobilin, Qualitative— U 

L255 Urobilinogen, Qualitative — U 

L256 Urobilinogen, Quantitative — U 

L260 Vitamin A 

L261 VMA (Vanilmandelic Acid) 

L265 Xylose Absorption Test (per specimen) 

L266 Zinc 



LMS 




Units 




90 


$33,120 


6 


2.208 


70 


25.760 


80 


29.440 


35 


12.880 


50 


18.400 


10 


3.680 


15 


5.520 


27 


9.936 


18 


6.624 


30 


11.040 


5 


1.840 


12 


4.416 


10 


3.680 


10 


3.680 


12 


4.416 


18 


6.624 


6 


2.208 


20 


7.360 


21 


7.728 


27 


9.936 


15 


5.520 


15 


5.520 


50 


18.400 


21 


7.728 


22 


8.0% 


15 


5.520 


6 


2.208 


6 


2.208 


7 


2.576 


3 


1.104 


7 


2.576 


7 


2.576 


15 


5.520 


30 


11.040 


60 


22.080 


6 


2.208 


25 


9.020 



1089 



3150 



Code 



L307 
L300 
L301 
L302 
L303 
L306 
L310 
L311 
L312 
L313 
L308 
L309 
L315 
L316 
L317 
L318 
L319 
L320 
L325 
L326 
L327 
L328 
L330 
L331 
L333 
L332 
L335 
L336 
L337 
L338 
L339 
L340 
L341 
L342 
L345 
L585 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
LABORATORY MEDICINE 



RADIO ASSAYS— L300-L345, L585 only to be used if an 
Isotope is used. If alternate non-isotopic biologic, 

immunologic or chemical method is used, use different 

code under the appropriate section. 

ACTH (Adrenocorticotrophic Hormone) 

Aldosterone 

Calcitonin 

C — AMP (Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate) 

Cortisol 

Digoxin 

Estradiol 

Estriol 

Estrogens — total 

Estrone 

Folate, serum 

Folate, in red cells, to include serum folate and hematocrit 

FSH (Pituitary Gonadotrophins) 

Gastrin 

Growth Hormone 

HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophins) 

Hepatitis B Antigen or Antibody 

HPL (Human Placental Lactogen) 

Insulin 

Insulin antibodies 

Iron binding capacity 

LH(Luteinizing Hormone) 

Parathyroid Hormone 

Progesterone 

17-OH Progesterone 

Prolactin 

Renin 

T-3, Total (Triiodothyronine) 

T-3 Uptake 

T-4, Total (Thyroxine) by C.P.B. or R.I.A.) 

T-4, Free — Absolute (includes T-4 total) 

Testosterone 

TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) 

Thyroxine Binding Globulin (T.B.G.) 

Vitamin B12 

Radio-Immuno Assays 



O. Reg. 454/78 



LMS 
Units 



120 


44.160 


120 


44.160 


120 


44.160 


60 


22.080 


35 


12.880 


45 


16.560 


75 


27.600 


75 


27.600 


50 


18.400 


75 


27.600 


45 


16.560 


98 


36.064 


60 


22.080 


75 


27.600 


40 


14.720 


50 


18.400 


45 


16.560 


50 


18.400 


40 


14.720 


80 


29.440 


24 


8.832 


60 


22.080 


120 


44.160 


50 


18.400 


60 


22.080 


75 


27.600 


75 


27.600 


40 


14.720 


18 


6.624 


24 


8.832 


50 


18.400 


50 


18.400 


50 


18.400 


50 


18.400 


45 


16.560 


45 


16.560 



e.g.: 
-IgE 

— Anti-DNA 
— Anti-RNA (cont'd) 



1090 



il 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3151 

LABORATORY MEDICINE 

Code LMS 

Uaits 

— Antibody Binding Assays and Binding Inhibition 

Assays (using isotope-labelled reagents) 
— Ferritin 

HEMATOLOGY 

U70 Assay of Factors II. V. VII. VUI. IX, X. XI and XII (each). 55 $20,240 

L371 Autohemolysis test 24 8.832 

L372 Blood film examination (to include differential, red 

cell morphology and platelet estimate) 10 3.680 

L374 Blood film — buf fy coat preparation — not to be charged 

with L430 18 6.624 

L375 Blood film— special stain 11 4.048 

L376 Bleeding time— Duke method 8 2.944 

L377 Bleeding time— Ivy method 15 5.520 

L378 Bone marrow — film preparation 15 5.520 

L379 Bone marrow — staining (Romanowski and iron) 23 8.464 

L385 Capillary fragility 7 2.576 

L386 Circulating anticoagulant 10 3.680 

L387 Clot observation for lysis 7 2.576 

L388 Clot lysis, dilute whole blood 10 3.680 

L389 Clot retraction 6 2.208 

L390 Clotting time (Lee and White) 8 2.944 

L391 C.S.F. cell count (to include differential) 18 6.624 

L395 Eosinophil count 8 2.944 

L3% Platelet count 10 3.680 

L397 R.B.C. count, excluding manual method (see preamble) 4 1.472 

L398 Reticulocyte count 13 4.784 

L399 W.B.C. count 4 1.472 

L4(X) Euglobulin clot lysis 20 7.360 

L401 Fibrinogen, semi-quantitative 6 2.208 

L402 Fibrinogen, quantitative 28 10.304 

L403 Factor XIII (Urea solubility test) 5 1.840 

L404 Fibrinolysis (plate method) 16 5.888 

L405 Fibrin spUt products, quantitative 30 1 1.040 

L406 Fibrin split products, latex screening 5 1.840 

L407 Folate, serum 45 16.560 

L408 Folate, in red cells, to include serum folate and hematocrit . 98 36.064 

L410 G-6-PD screen 10 3.680 

L41 1 G-6-PD quantitative assay 65 23.920 

L412 Pyruvate kinase quantitative essay 65 23.920 

L415 Haptoglobin 15 5.520 

U16 Heinz bodies 15 5.520 

L417 Hematocrit 3 1.104 

L418 Hemoglobin 4 1.472 

L419 Hemoglobin electrophoresis to include Hb A^ fraction 34 12.512 



1091 



3152 



Code 



L420 
L421 
L422 
L423 
L424 
L430 
L431 
L432 
L435 
L436 
L437 
L438 
L439 
L440 
L441 
L442 
L443 
L444 
L445 
L446 
L450 
L451 
L452 
L453 
L454 
L460 
L461 
L462 
L465 

L475 
L476 
L477 
L478 
L479 
L480 
L481 
L482 
L490 
L491 
L492 
L493 
L494 
L495 
L496 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
LABORATORY MEDICINE 



Hemoglobin, fetal 

Hemoglobin, unstable 

Hemolysins — Ham's Acid Serum test 

Hemolysins — cold (Donath-Landsteiner) 

Hemosiderin in urine 

L.E. Cell prep — not to be charged with L374 

Kleihauer stain 

Malaria smear or other parasites 

Plasmapheresis 

Platelet function — aggregation, per additive 

Platelet function — adhesiveness 

Platelet function — thromboplastic function (PF-3) . 
Preparation of cryoprecipitate (per treatment) 

platelet concentrates (per treatment) 

washed red cells 

leukocyte-poor blood 

Protamine titration 

Protamine sulphate test 

Prothrombin time 

Prothrombin consumption 

Osmotic fragility 

Sedimentation rate 

Sickle cell preparation 

Sickle cell solubility test (screen) 

Sucrose hemolysis 

Thrombin time 

Thromboplastin generation test 

Partial thromboplastin time 

Vitamin Bu, microbiologic, not isotopic 

BLOOD BANK 

Antibody identification — albumin per panel 

— saline per panel 

— enzyme per panel 

— indirect Coombs' per panel 

— preparation of eluate 

— antibody absorption 

Antibody titre (anti-D) 

Antibody screening — including Indirect Coombs' . . 
Blood group — ABO and Rh (with reverse grouping) 
Blood group and cross match 

— for each additional unit 

Blood group and Rh genotype 

Blood groups, per antigen (other than ABO or Rh) . 

Coombs' test, direct 

Coombs' test, indirect 



0. 


Reg. 454/78 


LMS 




Units 




20 


$ 7.360 


6 


2.208 


18 


6.624 


18 


6.624 


11 


4.048 


18 


6.624 


18 


6.624 


15 


5.524 


50 


18.400 


12 


4.416 


25 


9.200 


28 


10.304 


17 


6.256 


25 


9.200 


35 


12.880 


20 


7.360 


15 


5.520 


10 


3.680 


8 


2.944 


10 


3.680 


45 


16.560 


4 


1.472 


14 


5.152 


5 


1.840 


18 


6.624 


10 


3.680 ^ 


71 


26.128 


10 


3.680 


45 


16.560 


30 


11.040 


30 


11.040 


40 


14.720 


50 


18.400 


35 


12.880 


35 


12.880 


35 


12.880 


20 


7.360 


9 


3.312 


20 


7.360 


13 


4.784 


45 


16.560 


10 


3.680 


8 


2.944 


10 


3.680 



1092 



0. Reg. 454/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
LABORATORY MEDICINE 



3153 



Code 



L500 
L501 
L502 
L503 

L510 
L511 
L655 
L659 
L660 
L661 
L662 
L663 
L664 
L665 
L666 
L667 
L668 

L670 

L671 
L672 
L673 
L675 

L676 
L677 
L678 
L658 
L679 
L680 
L681 
N.C. 



IMMUNOLOGY 

Agglutination Reactions 

e.g. 

Rheumatoid factor (latex, bentonite, R.B.C.) 

Anti-DNA 

Anti-thyroid (thyroglobulin or microsomal) 

Streptolysin screen 

— using a commercial kit 

Screen 

Titre — serial tube, single antigen 

— serial tube, 4 or more antigens 

— serial slide, e.g. widal 

— non-kit, reagents prepared in laboratory 

Screen 

Titre 

Pregnancy test 

Antistreptolysis 0-7 tube titrations or micro-technique 

Cold agglutinins — screen 

—titre 

Complement fixation, qualitative 

titre, single antigen 

multiple antigens , 

C-reactive protein 

Diphtheria antibody neutralization test in rabbits 

Fluorescent antibody, including controls 

Heterophile antibodies — screen (slide or single tube) 

— with or without absorption 

— with absorption by guinea pig kidney and ox cells, 

multiple tube titre (Paul Bunnell) 

Hepatitis B antigen or antibody — double immunodiffusion , 

— complement fixation 

— immunoelectro-osmophoresis 

Immunodiffusion tests, qualitatives, e.g.. 

Aspergillosis, Farmer's Lung 

Rabies antibody — neutralization in mice 

Tetanus antibody — neutralization in mice 

Toxoplasmosis dye test (Sabin-Feldman) 

Trichinella, etc 

Virus antibodies — hemagglutination inhibition (Rubella) . . 

— neutralization test 

— sucrose gradient separation of IgM + inhibition test . . 
VDRL 



LMS 
Units 



6 


$ 2.208 


15 


5.520 


50 


18.400 


25 


9.200 


9 


3.312 


25 


9.200 


6 


2.208 


25 


9.200 


9 


3.312 


25 


9.200 


20 


7.360 


30 


11.040 


50 


18.400 


6 


2.208 


178 


65.504 


32 


11.776 


5 


1.840 


30 


11.040 


5 


1.840 


30 


11.040 


7 


2.576 


5 


1.840 


60 


22.080 


200 


73.600 


70 


25.760 


6 


2.208 


30 


11.040 


40 


14.720 


90 


33.120 


5 


1.840 



1093 



3154 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

LABORATORY MEDICINE 

Code LMS 

Units 

Bio- Assays 

L520 Nitroblue Tetrazolium Test — screen 18 $ 6.624 

LS21 Intracellular leukocyte bacterial killing capacity 

(Holmes Test) — per organism 100 36.800 

L523 Leukocyte phagocytic capacity 40 14.720 

L524 Lymphocyte activation (transformation) by isotype 

incorporation (limited to 3 mitogens and/or antigens) . 200 73.600 

L525 Lymphocyte surface immunoglobulins by 

immunofluorescence 200 73.600 

L526 Lymphocyte T and B cell rosettes 200 73.600 

L527 Mixed lymphocyte reaction 300 1 10.400 

Complement-kinetic (activity) assays 

L530 Total haemolytic complement (CH50-non-kit) 50 18.400 

L531 Complement components (activity assays) 60 22.080 

Fluorescent Antibody Tests (Immunofluorescent Studies) 

L535 Serum anti-tissue antibodies (per type of tissue section 
examined and per serum dilution used irrespective of 
number of antibodies identified, maximum of 4 slides). . . SO 18.400 

— anti-nuclear 

— anti-nucleolar 

— anti-mitrochondrial 

— anti-thyroid 

— anti-adrenal 

— anti-smooth muscle 

— anti-parietal 

— anti-skin 
L545 Protein Deposition in Tissues (per biopsy examined, 
any number of antiserums, e.g. Immuno-globulin, 
complement component, fibrinogen, etc.) 75 27.600 

Gel Diffusion, Nephelometric Techniques f 

Single (Radial) — Gel Diffusion Immuno-quantitations 

(Commercial kits) or Nephelometry 12 4,416 

L550 — IgG, IgA, IgM, IgD, IgE 



P 



L551 — C:(B, C) 

L552 — C4(B,E) 

L553 — Ceruloplasmin 

L554 — Transferrin 

L555 — Alpha- 1 -antitrypsin 

L556 — Alpha-2-macroglobulin 



1094 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3155 

LABORATORY MEDICINE 

Code LMS 

Units 

Single (Radial) — Gel Diffusion Immuno-quantitations 

(non-kits — plates prepared in laboratory) 18 $ 6.624 

L560 — Clq 

L561 — Cl-esterase inactivator 

Double-Gel-Diffusion-Qualitative (Ouchterloney) 5 1.840 

L565 — Alpha-fetoprotein 

L566 — Immunoglobulins, L chains, H chains 

— Hepatitis-associated antigen or antibody (see L671) 
L568 — Antibodies to food antigens (milk, wheat) 

— Antibodies to fungal antigens (Farmer's Lung, 
Aspergillus, etc.) (see L675) 
L575 Immunoelectrophoresis (per Antiserum used) maximum 

of 3 antiserums per sample tested 30 11 .040 

Immunoelectro-osmophoresis (lEOP) (see L673) 

Histocompatibility Testing 

L580 — Tissue typing 

L581 — Cross match 

L582 — Antibody screening (per panel of 15 antigens) 

L583 — HLA27 typing 

Miscellaneous 

L599 Cryofibrinogen — qualitative 

L600 Cryoglobulins — qualitative 

L601 Cryoglobulins — quantitative 

L602 Pyroglobulins 

L604 Serum Relative Viscosity 

Modifiers 

L610 (Units in addition to units for basic test where 

applicable — Immunologic procedures) Concentration 

of sample before testing (any method) 2 .736 

L61 1 Radio-modification of standard technique utilizing 

isotope-labelled reagents 50 18.400 

— Immunoelectrophoresis 

— double diffusion anti-Insulin 

— radial diffusion 

Preparation of special antigens or antiserums I.C. 

Special investigations I.C. 

MICROBIOLOGY 

L620 Antibiotic level, serum 40 14.720 

L621 Antibiotic sensitivity — per organism, max. of 2 per 

specimen 9 3.312 



200 


73.600 


50 


18.400 


150 


55.200 


50 


18.400 


3 


1.104 


3 


1.104 


3 


1.104 


3 


1.104 


4 


1.472 



1095 



3156 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

LABORATORY MEDICINE 

Code LMS 

Units 

L623 —MI.C— one antibiotic, tube or agar dilution 25 $ 9.200 

L624 Cultures — blood (including aerobic, anaerobic, 

subcultures, smears) per bottle 30 11 .040 

L625 — cervical, vaginal, including GC culture, 

Gram smear, yeast identification (e.g. Germ tube) — 

not to be claimed with L627 25 9.200 

L639 —fluids (CSF, joint, pleural etc. not exudates) 28 10.304 

L626 — fungus, including KOH preparation and smear — 

not be claimed with L625 20 7.360 

L627 — GC culture and smear, including fermentations 

and/or fluorescent mircoscopy — not to be claimed 

with L625 15 5.520 

L628 — other swabs or pus — culture and smear 25 9.200 

L629 — sputum — culture and smear 22 8.096 

L630 — stool, including necessary agglutinations 30 1 1.040 

L640 — throat swabs, for streptococcus, screen only 6 2.208 

N.C. — screening for diptheria N.A.B. N.A.B. 

L631 — tuberculosis, including ZN or fluorescent smear ... . 55 20.240 

L632 —animal innoculation 100 36.800 

L641 — urine, screening, actual culture without 

identification — see Preamble 7 2.576 

L633 — urine, pour plate or Miles-Misra quantitation 20 7.360 

L634 — urine, calibrated loop quantitation 15 5.520 

L642 Lysozyme inhibition test 13 4.784 

L635 Pathogenic E coli (as sole procedure in infants 

only, such as fluorescent staining, not with L630) 5 1 .840 

L636 Streptococcus grouping, Lancefield method 18 6.624 

L638 Streptococcus grouping, coagglutination method 12 4.416 

L637 Virus isolation 50 18.400 

Microscopy 

L645 Darkfield (spirochetes) 10 3.680 

L646 Electron — direct, for viruses 40 14.720 

L647 — immunoelectron microscopy 60 22.080 

L648 —after ultracentrifugation 65 23.920 

L649 —thin section, for virus 130 47.840 

L650 Parasites and ova (feces concentration) 18 6.624 

L654 Parasites and ova, smear only, special stain 14 5.152 

L651 Pinworm (Scotch tape prep) 5 1.840 

L643 Smear only. Gram or Papanicolaou stain, as sole 

procedure (not with L624-L634) 5 1 .840 

L652 Smear only, special stain, e.g. ZN, inclusions, spores, 

diphtheria, stool parasites 14 5.152 

L653 Wet preparation (for fungus, trichomonas) 3 1.104 



1096 



1 

I 

i 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3157 

LABORATORY MEDICINE 

Code LMS 

Units 

ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY, 
HISTOLOGY, AND CYTOLOGY 

Note: Do not claim L700 in addition to codes L701 to L722 or 
L800 to L826. 

The items listed in this section include only the technical 
component of the various items listed. The professional 
component for each item where applicable is listed under 
"Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures". 

N.C. Autopsy, gross and microscopic (including CNS as required) N.A.B. N.A.B. 

Chromosome Analysis 

L701 Chromosome banding 70 $ 25.760 

L702 Karyotype of blood or bone marrow 300 1 10.400 

L703 Karyotype of skin or amnion cells 475 174.800 

Cytology 

L704 Amniotic fluid for fetal maturation 8 2,944 

L705 Aspiration biopsy, cytological examination 

(lung, etc.) 

L706 Bronchial washings 

L707 Buccal or vaginal smear for Barr body 

L708 Esophageal and gastric washings 

L709 Esophageal and gastric washings (including collection) . . 

L710 Direct smears — oral, larynx, nipple discharge 

L71 1 Fluids (pleural, ascitic, breast cyst, aspirate 

pericardial, CSF, urine and joint) 

L712 Fluorescent Y chromosome 

L7 1 3 Gynaecological specimen (including all types of 

cellular abnormality, assessment of flora and/or 

cytohormonal evaluation) 13 4.784 



Note: For professional component use L812. 

L714 Inclusion bodies 8 2.944 

L715 Nasal smear or sputum for eosinophils 3 1.104 

L7 16 Sputum per specimen for general and/or specified 

assessment, (e.g., cellular abnormality, asbestos 

bodies, lipid, hemosiderin, etc.) 14 5.152 

L717 Electron microscopy 225 82.8(X) 

L718 Seminal fluid examination (complete)— see Preamble .. . 22 8.0% 

L7 1 9 Smear for spermatozoa only (post-operative) see 

Preamble 7 2.576 



32 


11.776 


18 


6.624 


8 


2.944 


14 


5.152 


33 


12.144 


13 


4.784 


13 


4.784 


8 


2.944 



1097 



3158 



Code 

L720 
L721 

L722 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
LABORATORY MEDICINE 



Surgical pathology 

Operative consultation — with or without 

frozen section (up to three specimens) . . 

For each specimen over 3, add 



O. Reg. 454/78 



LMS 
Units 



16 $5,888 



15 
8 



5.520 
2.944 



1098 



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NUCLEAR MEDICINE— IN VIVO 

Suffix A — use when coding the total benefit. 

Suffix B — use when coding the technical portion only. 

Suffix C — use when coding the professional portion only. 

Column T — is the technical benefit for the production of records, radiopharmaceutical 
agents, apparatus, premises, technical services, administration and secretarial services. 

Column P, — is the professional benefit for supervision of the procedure, appropriate 
patient interview and/or examination, correlation of related data, interpretation of 
results, and provision of a written report. The physician must be present. 

Column P2 — is the professional benefit for interpretation of results and provision of a 
written report. If the nuclear medicine specialist is not present, the lesser professional 
benefit (P2) should be claimed. 

Notes: (1) If quantification or data manipulation is carried out in addition to visual 
inspection of imaging studies, add 30% to the appropriate professional benefit. Such 
activity must add significant diagnostic information not available by inspection alone and 
does not include simple image enhancement techniques such as smoothing, background 
subtraction, etc. Recording of images on videotape for replay and production of images 
on the video display of a computer do not in themselves justify the additional benefit. 

The benefits for cardiac wall motion studies and calculation of ventricular ejection 
fraction (ZOIO and Z012) already include an allowance for data manipulation and no 
additional benefit may be claimed. 

(2) The total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P, (first code listed e.g. Z006) or by 
adding T plus P2 (second code listed, e.g. Z925). 

(3) If examination of Brain, Lung, Liver or Spleen is limited to one view, the benefit (T 
and P, and P2) is to be reduced by 30%. 

(4) The phrase "nuclear medicine specialist" should be interpreted as "nuclear 
medicine physician", since not all physicians practising nuclear medicine are certified as 
specialists in this discipline by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Code T Pi P2 
Cardiovascular System 

Z0O6/Z925 Arteriography — aorta and its branches 

— uni or bilateral $43.75 

Z008/Z927 Venography— uni or bilateral 43.75 

Z013/Z928 — mediastinum and superior vena cava. . . 26.25 
Z(X)7/Z926 Blood flow study in conjunction with 

static organ scan 17.50 

Z004/Z922 Cardiac output 17.50 

Z024/Z924 Cardioangiography 43.75 

Z017/Z964 Myocardial perfusion scan 48.65 16.24 8.40 

Z016/Z960 Myocardial scan — acute infarction, injury. . 43.75 13.93 6.97 



$15.54 


$ 7.77 


13.93 


7.77 


13.93 


7.77 


7.77 


3.89 


9.31 


5.25 


13.93 


7.77 



1099 



3160 



Code 

Z010/Z923 
Z012/Z988 

Z018/Z965 
Z023/Z983 



Z022/Z982 

Z029/Z931 
Z030/Z932 
Z031/Z933 
Z032/Z929 
Z078/Z974 
Z019/Z975 
Z074/Z971 



Z040/Z934 
Z043/Z936 
Z044/Z937 

Z015/Z938 

Z057/Z939 
Z045/Z940 
Z046/Z941 
Z042/Z942 
Z0%%/Z911 

Z047/Z943 
Z073/Z970 
Z058/Z951 
Z070/Z966 
Z089/Z978 



Z063/Z953 
Z060/Z952 
Z076/Z973 
Z061/Z954 
Z062/Z955 
Z026/Z956 
Z075/Z972 
Z021/Z981 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

NUCLEAR MEDICINE— IN VIVO 

CARDIOVASCULAR— Cont'd T 

Endocrine System 

Myocardial wall motion studies $58.10 

Myocardial wall motion studies with 

ejection fraction 58.10 

Pericardial effusion scan 24.50 

Detection and localization of venous 

thrombosis using radio iodonated 

fibrinogen up to ten days 58.10 

Adrenal scan 62.30 

Thyroid uptake — single or multiple 

determinations 12.60 

Thyroid uptake with urinary excretion 15.54 

Thyroid uptake with T.S.H. stimulation . . . 24.85 

Thyroid uptake with suppression 24.85 

Perchlorate washout test 24.85 

Thyroid scan 30.59 

Thyroid scan with uptake 37.45 

Parathyroid scan 43.75 

Gastrointestinal System 

Radio-labelled fat absorption study 15.54 

Schilling test 24.78 

Schilling test — repeat with intrinsic factor 

or other 12.39 

Schilling test with dual isotopes and 

intrinsic factor 24.78 

C" labelled metabolite breath test 29.05 

Protein loss or gastrointestinal bleeding .... 43.75 

Ca*' absorption study 43.75 

Gastrointestinal transit or reflux study 43.75 

Abdominal scan to detect ectopic 

gastric mucosa 43.75 

Pancreatic secretion study (Selenium) 43.75 

Pancreatic scan 43.75 

Dynamic biliary excretion 43.75 

Liver and/or spleen scan 43.75 

Salivary gland study 38.85 

Genitourinary System 

Dynamic renal imaging study 43.75 

Renogram (time-activity curves only) 24.29 

Renal scan (static image only) 24.29 

Renal plasma flow 24.29 

Glomerular filtration rate 29.05 

Cystogram for vesicoureteral reflux 43.75 

Placenta 29.05 

Testicles and scrotum 43.75 



0. 


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Pi 


P2 


$27.86 


$13.93 


37.10 


18.55 


9.31 


4.59 


14.42 


7.21 


23.24 


4.66 


7.42 


1.89 


7.42 


1.89 


7.42 


1.89 


7.42 


1.89 


7.42 


1.89 


13.72 


4.66 


15.54 


5.60 


15.54 


4.66 


4.66 


4.66 


4.66 


4.66 


2.31 


2.31 


6.02 


6.02 


4.66 


4.66 


9.31 


9.31 


9.31 


9.31 


15.54 


6.97 1 


13.93 


7.42 


9.66 


4.83 


15.54 


7.77 


15.54 


7.77 


13.93 


6.97 


15.54 


7.77 


15.54 


7.77 


9.31 


4.66 


9.31 


4.66 


9.66 


4.83 


9.66 


4.83 


15.54 


7.77 


9.31 


4.66 


15.54 


4.66 



1100 



0. Reg. 454/78 



Code 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
NUCLEAR MEDICINE— IN VIVO 

T 



3161 



P2 



Hematopoietic System 

Z001/Z919 Plasma volume $12.60 $ 3.22 $ 3.22 

Z002/Z920 Plasma volume with repeat studies 17.50 3.22 3.22 

Z003/Z921 Red cell volume 18.55 3.22 2.80 

Z050/Z945 Plasma iron clearance 31.15 4.66 4.66 

Z051/Z946 Plasma iron turnover 31.15 4.66 4.66 

Z052/Z947 Fe" red cell utilization 31.15 9.31 4.66 

Z053/Z948 Combination of Z050, Z05 1 , Z052 at 

onetime 68.04 9.31 9.31 

Z054/Z949 Red cell or platelet survival 43.75 14.49 7.25 

Z055/Z950 Red cell or platelet survival and serial 

surface counts 68.04 19.32 9.66 

Musculoskeletal System 

Z065/Z961 Whole body survey— bones, joints, 

soft tissue, marrow 58.10 21.28 10.64 

Z049/Z962 Specific site— one or more 43.75 15.54 7.77 

Z038/Z958 Whole body gallium (or" 'indium) scanning 72.80 23.24 11.62 
Z039/Z959 Gallium scanning (or'" indium) specific site 53.55 16.17 8.40 

Z056/Z984 Bone mineral density by Gamma 

ray scattering 15.58 4.66 4.66 

Z092/Z985 Total body calcium 9.66 4.83 

Note: Z065/Z92 1 and Z049/Z%2 are not to be 

billed together. Z007/Z926 may be billed 

in addition to Z065/Z961 or Z049/Z%2 

for blood pool study. 

Nervous System 

Z064/Z979 Cerebral spinal fluid circulation 62.30 25.90 12.95 

Z066/Z963 Brain scan 43.75 13.86 7.77 

Respiratory System 

Z071/Z967 Lung scan — ventilation or perfusion 43.75 16.66 6.97 

Z059/Z968 —ventilation and perfusion on same day . 65.80 25.06 12.53 

Miscellaneous 

Z091/Z980 Lymphangiogram 43.75 15.54 7.77 

Z072/Z%9 Ocular tumour localization 31.15 26.88 4.66 

Z087/Z976 Tear duct— unilateral 38.85 1 1 .62 5.81 

Z085/Z989 —bilateral 43.75 13.86 6.97 

Z033/Z986 Whole body counting 9.66 4.83 

CLINICAL PROCEDURES ASSOCIATED 
WITH DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR 
MEDICINE PROCEDURES 

Such procedural benefits are intended for the professional service of placing an 
instrument or introducing diagnostic radiopharmaceuticals. They are not intended to be 



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NUCLEAR MEDICINE— IN VIVO 

used for simple intravenous injection nor for oral administration. Rather than double 
listing the procedures and benefits in this part of the schedule, physicians are directed to 
the following reference points in the schedule. 

a) Intravenous injection for peripheral venography-G376 or G379 on page 120, 

b) Intra-articular injections-G370 on page 1 19. 

c) Injection into CSF spaces or shunt apparatus-Z801 , Z802 or Z821 on page 198. 

NUCLEAR MEDICINE— IN VITRO (See Radioassays under Laboratory Medicine) 



t 



1102 



Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3163 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

Suffix A — use when coding the total benefit. 

Suffix B — use when coding the technical portion only. 

Suffix C — use when coding the professional portion only. 

Column T — The benefit for radiological examination including the production of 
radiographs, supplying of contrast media, apparatus, premises, technical services, 
administration and collection costs. 

Column P — The benefit for consultation between radiologist and referring doctor, 
fluoroscopy, interpretation of radiographs and fiuoroscopic findings and supervision of 
x-ray services by a radiologist. 

Private offices and hospital outpatient departments will claim the sum of Columns T 
plus P. 

Radiologists should use Column P as a guideline for negotiating remuneration with 

hospitals. 

Benefits for clinical procedures related to x-ray examinations are listed in the following 
section, or under Diagnostic and Therapeutic or Surgical Procedures. "Clinical 
Procedures", in this context, are those by which contrast media are introduced, except 
oral or rectal administration for study of the alimentary tract, and intravenous injections, 
which are an integral part of the study, performed by the physician collecting the benefit 
for the procedure. 

If less than minimum number of views are performed, reduce listed benefits by 25%. 
Note: Reduction of 25 V» apphes to both technical and professional component. 

Interpretations 

1 . W hen a radiologist is asked to x-ray one extremity only, no additional claim should 
be made for comparison x-rays initiated by the radiologist. 

2. Nephrotomography b covered by the listings for intravenous pyelogram and 
planigram. 

3. The radiology listing for "additional views of . . . . — one or more" is to include 
obliques and/or Hexion and extension without extra charge. 

4. No extra claim should be made for rapid sequence I.V.P. 

5. No additional claim is warranted for the use of the image intensifier in diagnostic 
radiology. 

6. Fluoroscopy claims should not be submitted for any examination performed by the 
radiologist where "fluoroscopy" is generally regarded as an integral part of the 
e.\aminaiion, e.g. examinations of the G.l. tract, urinary tract, special procedures. 



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DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

7. "Colon — air contrast" may be claimed when performed according to generally 
accepted criteria. The colon should be scrupulously prepared. Five to eight full size views 
of the abdomen should be obtained after fluoroscopically controlled introduction of air 
and barium. 

8. "Oesophagus, stomach and duodenum, double contrast" presupposes the 
introduction of gas, the use of antifoam agent and a suitable barium mixture. 

9. Abdomen and chest studies should not be routinely done and claimed in 
gastrointestinal examinations. 

10. Three or more views of the chest should not be done routinely and claimed when a 
chest examination is requested. 

1 1 . Chest studies should not be routinely done and claimed in mammography cases. 

12. Nasal bones or accessory nasal sinuses should not be routinely claimed in skull 
examination requests. 

13. Abdomen and/or pelvis should not be routinely claimed in lumbar spine examination 
requests. 

14. A survey film of the abdomen is a single view. The ordering of additional films 
should be left to the discretion of the radiologist who should determine which examination 
is adequate for a specific patient. Obviously, if progress of a long tube is being followed, a 
survey film is sufficient. If, however, an intestinal obstruction is being followed, a single 
film is usually inadequate. 

15. Conventional films of the spine should not be routinely done and claimed before 
myelography. The necessity of having plain film studies of the spine prior to interpreting 
the myelographic studies is obvious. It is not essential, however, that these be done at the 
institution where the myelogram was done. If they had been done at an outside office, 
then it is a matter for the radiologist and the referring physician to have the films 
available. If they cannot be made available to the radiologist, it is an acceptable practice 
for him to do the required examination of these areas and to claim for them so that they 
may be available for interpretation along with the myelographic study. 

16. Pharynx and oesophagus (cine or videotape) — X106 should not be claimed 
routinely with X108 and XI09 but only when specifically indicated. 

Note: 1. When coding claims from certified radiologists (33) use the listed codes (i.e. 
X001-X191)plus the appropriate suffix. 

2. When coding claims from non- certified radiologists increase the first numerical 
digit in the listed codes by 5 (i.e. X501-X691) plus the appropriate suffix. 

3. Claims for x-ray services, when referred by an Osteopath, Chiropodist, or 
Chiropractor to a private x-ray facility are not benefits of O.H.I. P. 

4. Claims for x-ray services, when referred by an Osteopath or Chiropractor to a 
hospital outpatient department are benefits. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 



3165 



Code 



XOOl 

X003 
X004 
X005 
X006 
X007 



X008 
XOIO 
XOll 

N.C. 
N.C. 

N.C. 
N.C. 
X016 
X017 
X018 
X019 
X020 

X002 



T P 

Non. Non 

Head and Neck Spec. Spec. Spec. Spec. 
Skull — minimum of four views (with or 

without stereo) $15.00 $11.2 6 $ 5.20 $ 3.90 

Sella Turcica (when skull not examined) 7.52 5.65 2.60 1 .95 

Facial bones — minimumof three views 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

Nose — minimumof two views 7.52 5.65 2.60 1.95 

Mandible — minimum of three views 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

Temporomandibular joints — minimum of 

four views including open and closed 

mouth views 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

Sinuses — minimumof three views 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

Mastoids — bilateral — minimumof six views. . . 14.45 10.89 5.75 4.31 
Internal auditory meati (when skull not 

examined) 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

Teeth, up to V* set N.A.B. N.A. B. N.A.B. N.A.B. 

Teeth, up to Vi set N.A.B. N.A. B. N.A.B. N.A.B. 

Teeth, full set N.A.B. N.A. B. N.A.B. N.A.B. 

Teeth, bite wing N.A.B. N.A. B. N.A.B. N.A.B. 

Eye, for foreign body 7.45 5.59 3.65 2.74 

Eye, for locahzation, additional 7.71 5.79 9.38 7.04 

Optic foramina 8.45 6.36 3.65 2.74 

Salivary gland region 6.95 5.21 3.13 2.35 

Neck for soft tissues — minimum of two 

views 6.95 5.21 3.13 2.35 

Additional views of head and neck — 

one or more 3.74 2.80 1 .30 .98 

Can be claimed in addition to any service under 
"Head and Neck" when additional views are 
taken, with the exception of X016 and X017. 
See also interpretation (3) page 91 . 



SPINE AND PELVIS 

X025 Cervical spine — minimum of two views 13.07 9.80 3.13 2.35 

EOlO One or more additional views after 

two views 3.65 2.69 1 .04 .78 

X027 Thoracic spine — minimum of two views 12.03 9.03 3.13 2.35 

EOl 1 One or more additional views after 

twoviews 3.65 2.69 1.04 .78 

X028 Lumbarspine — minimumof two views 13.07 9.80 3.13 2.35 

EOl 2 One or more additional views after 

two views 3.65 2.69 1 .04 .78 

X032 Entire spine — (scoliosis series) minimum 

of four views 27.02 20.30 8.30 6.20 

EOl 4 One or more additional views after 

four views 3.65 2.69 1 .04 .78 



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O. Reg. 454/78 



T P 

Not! Non 

Code SPINE AND PELVIS— Cont'd Spec. Spec. Spec. Spec. 

X033 Entire spine — Orthoroentgenogram, single 

view $10.97 $ 8.24 $4.15 $3.10 

E015 One or more additional views 3.65 2.69 1.04 .78 

X031 Entire spine — Orthoroentgenogram, two 

ormoreviews 15.00 11.26 5.20 3.90 

E016 One or more additional views 3.65 2.69 1 .04 .78 

X034 Sacrum and/or coccyx — minimum of two 

views 12.56 9.43 2.60 1.95 

E017 One or more additional views after two views . . 3.65 2.69 1.04 .78 

X035 Sacro-iliac joints — minimumof two views ... . 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 
EOl 8 One or more additional views after 

two views (unilateral) 3.65 2.69 1 .04 .78 

X036 Pelvis— single view 7.52 5.65 2.60 1 .95 

X041 Pelvis— stereo 9.02 6.75 3.13 2.35 

X042 Pelvis— minimumof three views 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

X037 Pelvis and additional views (e.g. pelvis 

and hip) 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

X038 Pelvis and sacro-iliac joints 16.05 12.06 4.15 3.10 

E019 One or more additional views (unilateral) 3.65 2.69 1.04 .78 

X030 Additional views of spine — one or more 

—each area 3.65 2.69 1 .04 .78 

Use appropriate "E" code for each area 

involved. 

See also interpretation (3) page 91 . 

Upper Extremities 

X045 Clavicle — minimum of two views 7.52 

E020 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X046 Acromioclavicular joints (bilateral) with or 

without weighted distraction — minimum 

of two views 10.97 

E021 — All additional views, bilateral 4.00 

X047 Sternoclavicular joints — bilateral minimum 

of two views 9.02 

E022 — All additional views, bilateral 4.00 

X048 Shoulder — minimum of two views 9.02 

E023 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X049 Scapula — minimum of two views 9.02 

E024 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X050 Humerus — including one joint — minimum 

of two views 7.52 

E025 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X051 Elbow — minimum of two views 7.52 

E026 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 



5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


6.75 


3.13 


2.35 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


6.75 


3.13 


2.35 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


6.75 


3.13 


2.35 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 



3167 



Code UPPER EXTREMITIES— Cont'd 

X052 Forearm, including one joint — minimum 
of two views 

E027 — All additional views, unilateral 

X053 Wrist — minimum of three views 

E028 — All additional views, unilateral 

X054 Hand — minimum of three views 

E029 — All additional views, unilateral 

X055 Wrist and hand — minimum of three views 

E030 — All additional views, unilateral 

X056 Finger or thumb — minimum of two views . 

£03 1 — All additional views unilateral 

X201 Additional views of upper extremities — 

one or more 

Use appropriate "E" code for each 

area involved. 
See also interpretation (3) page 65. 



Lower Extremities 

X060 Hip — unilateral minimum of two views 12.03 

E032 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X043 Pelvis and hips — infant or child — bilateral 

A. P. and Frog views 12.03 

E033 — All additional views, bilateral 4.00 

X044 — adolescent or adult — bilateral 

(including pelvis) 16.05 

E034 — All additional views, bilateral 4.00 

X063 Femur, including one joint — minimum of 

two views 7.52 

E035 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X065 Knee (including patella) — minimum of 

two views 7.52 

E036 — All additional views, unilateral 4.(X) 

X066 Tibia and fibula (including one joint) — 

minimum of two views 7.52 

E037 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X067 Ankle — minimum of three views 7.52 

E038 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X068 Calcaneus — minimum of two views 7.52 

E039 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X069 Foot — minimum of three views 7.52 

E040 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X072 Toe — minimum of two views 5.78 

E041 — All additional views, unilateral 4.00 

X064 Leg length studies (Orthoroentgenogram) 10.97 



T 




P 






Non 




Non 


Spec. 


Spec. 


Spec. 


Spec. 


i 7.52 $ 


1 5.65 


$2.60 


$1.95 


4.00 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


7.52 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


4.00 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


7.52 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


4.00 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


9.92 


7.44 


5.20 


3.90 


4.00 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.78 


4.34 


1.82 


1.36 


4.00 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 



4.00 3.00 1.04 



.78 



9.03 


3.13 


2.35 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


9.03 


3.13 


2.35 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


12.06 


4.15 


3.10 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


4.34 


1.82 


1.36 


3.00 


1.04 


.78 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 



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Code 

X074 



X057 
X058 



X080 
X081 



N.C. 

X090 
X091 
X092 
X039 
X040 
X096 

XlOO 
XlOl 



X105 
X106 
Note: 
X107 
X108 
X104 



X109 
XllO 
XI 11 



T P 

Non Non 

LOWER EXTREMITIES— Cont'd Spec. Spec. Spec. Spec. 

Additional views of lower extremities, 

one or more $ 4.00 $ 3.00 $ 1 .04 $ .78 

Use appropriate "E" code for each area 

involved. 

See also interpretation (3) page 91. 

Skeletal Surveys 

Skeletal survey for bone age, 

—single film 7.52 5.65 2.60 1.95 

—two or more films 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

Other survey studies — e.g., rheumatoid, 
metabolic or metastatic 

—basic 3.74 2.80 1 .30 .98 

—plus per film 3.74 2.80 1 .30 .98 

Chest 

Miniature chest film — for survey purposes 

only N.A.B. N.A. B. N.A.B. N.A.B. 

Single film 7.52 5.65 2.60 1 .95 

Twoviews 10.90 8.17 4.15 3.10 

Three or more views 14.23 10.66 4.95 3.72 

Ribs — minimumof two views 9.02 6.75 3.13 2.35 

Sternum — minimumof twoviews 9.02 6.75 3.13 2.35 

Thoracic inlet — minimumof two views 7.52 5.65 2.60 1.95 

Abdomen 

Single view (See Preamble #9) 7.52 5.65 2.60 1 .95 

Two or more views 11.51 8.64 3.65 2.74 

G.I. Tract 

Palatopharyngeal analysis (cine or 

videotape) 14.80 11.10 10.40 7.80 

Pharynx and oesophagus (cine or 

videotape) (See Preamble #16) 14.80 11.10 10.40 7.80 

May not be claimed with X107, X108 or 

XI 09. 
Oesophagus — when XI 08 or XI 09 not 

billed 13.39 10.04 6.77 5.08 

Oesophagus, stomach and duodenum — 

including survey film, if taken 23.28 17.46 12.00 9.00 

Oesophagus, stomach and duodenum — 

including survey film, if taken, 

double contrast 24.23 18.16 13.12 9.84 

Oesophagus, stomach and small bowel 29.72 22.25 15.60 1 1.70 

Hypotonic duodenogram 19.80 14.85 10.40 7.80 

Small bowel only 13.39 10.04 6.77 5.08 



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3169 



Code G.I. TRACT— Cont'd Spec. 

XI 12 Colon — barium enema (including survey 

film, if taken) $24.63 

X 1 1 3 Colon — air contrast, primary or 

secondary, including survey film if taken . . . 28.66 
XI 14 Gallbladder (one or multiple day 

examinations) 15.00 

X 1 20 Gallbladder (one or multiple day examin- 

nations with preliminary plain film) 20.07 

XI 16 T-Tube cholangiogram 10.97 

XI 17 Operative cholangiogram 10.97 

XI 18 Intravenous Infusion cholangiogram 24.95 

X123 Operative pancreatogram 10.97 

G.U. Tract 

X129 Retrograde pyelogram 10.97 

XI 30 Intravenous pyelogram including 

preliminary film 24.88 

X137 Cystogram (catheter) 12.03 

X 1 35 Cystourethrocystogram, stress or voiding 

(catheter) 13.91 

XI 31 Cystourethrogram (non-catheter) 2.96 

X191 Intestinal conduit examination or 

nephrostogram 10.97 

XI 38 Percutaneous antegrade pyelogram 10.97 

X139 Percutaneous nephrostomy 10.97 

XI 34 Urethrogram (retrograde) 9.02 

X136 Vasogram 9.02 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

X143 Survey film 7.52 

X144 Pelvimetry 10.97 

X145 Placentogram 10.97 

X146 Any combination of above 18.95 

X147 Hysterosalpingogram 15.00 

X148 Intra-uterine foetal transfusion — 

radiological control 19.80 

Fluoroscopy — by physician with or without 

spot films 

X195 Chest 4.82 

X196 Skeleton 4.82 

X197 Abdomen 4.82 

X 1 89 Fluoroscopic control of clinical procedures 

done by another physician per '/i hour 4.82 



Non 
Spec. 



Spec. 



Non 
Spec. 



$18.26 $10.94 $8.20 



21.49 14.18 10.64 



11.26 5.20 3.90 



15.07 


5.20 


3.90 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


18.72 


9.35 


7.00 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 



8.24 4.15 3.10 



18.66 


10.40 


7.80 


9.03 


3.13 


2.35 


10.43 


6.25 


4.69 


2.22 


2.08 


1.56 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


6.75 


3.13 


2.35 


6.75 


3.13 


2.35 


5.65 


2.60 


1.95 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


8.24 


4.15 


3.10 


14.21 


6.25 


4.69 


11.26 


5.20 


3.90 



14.85 10.40 7.80 



3.60 


5.20 


3.90 


3.60 


5.20 


3.90 


3.60 


5.20 


3.90 



3.60 7.80 5.85 



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O. Reg. 454/78 



T P 

Non Non 

Code SPECIAL EXAMINATIONS Spec. Spec. Spec. Spec. 

X155 Abdominal or pelvic pneumogram $20.10 $15.07 $ 5.20 $ 3.90 

Angiography 
— by catheterization 
— abdominal, thoracic, cervical or cranial 
— using single films 

X179 non-selective 15.00 11.26 5.20 3.90 

X180 selective (per vessel to a max. of 4) 19.84 14.88 10.40 7.80 

— using film changer or Cine 

X181 non-selective 29.99 22.50 10.40 7.80 

X182 selective (per vessel to a max. of 4) 39.98 29.95 15.60 11.70 

Carotid angiogram — direct puncture 

X160 —unilateral 24.58 18.44 15.60 11.70 

X161 —bilateral 47.40 29.70 23.40 17.55 

Peripheral angiogram 

X174 —unilateral $15.00 $11.26 $5.20 $3.90 

X175 —bilateral 19.84 14.88 10.40 7.80 

X198 Splenoportogram 29.99 22.50 10.40 7.80 

X199 Translumbar aortogram 29.99 22.50 10.40 7.80 

Vertebral angiogram — direct puncture 
or retrograde brachial injection 

X132 —unilateral 24.79 18.60 15.60 11.70 

X133 —bilateral 40.30 30.23 23.40 17.55 

X156 Arthrogram 13.65 10.24 11.45 8.59 

X2(X) — with fluoroscopy and complete 

positioning throughout by physician 18.49 13.87 16.65 12.49 

XI 57 Bone density (mineral content) measure- 
ment 16.90 12.68 8.30 6.22 

X158 Bronchogram— unilateral 14.73 11.03 10.40 7.80 

X159 —bilateral 19.58 14.69 15.60 11.70 

X162 Cerebral stereotaxis 29.99 22.50 10.40 7.80 

X122 Cholangiogram, percutaneous trans-hepatic. . . 14.88 11.15 7.80 5.85 
X188 Computed tomography N.A.B. N.A.B. 35.00 — 

X151 Cordotomy, percutaneous 24.58 18.44 15.60 1 1.70 

X163 Dacrocystogram 15.00 11.26 5.20 3.90 

X164 Discogram(s)— one or more levels 14.73 1 1 .03 10.40 7.80 

X166 Examination using portable machine in 

home add 35.56 35.56 — — 

Note: This code does not apply to the use of a portable 

machine in a hospital. Can only be claimed 

once per day regardless of the number of 

people x-rayed in the same home. 

X167 Fistula or sinus injection 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

XI 69 Laminogram, planigram, tomogram 20.10 15.07 5.20 3.90 



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DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

T P 

Non Non 

Code SPECIAL EXAMINATIONS— Cont'd Spec. Spec. Spec. Spec. 

X170 Laryngogram $14.70 $11.03 $10.40 $ 7.80 

X171 Lymphangiogram 24.88 18.66 10.40 7.80 

X192 Mammary ductography 10.97 8.24 4.15 3.10 

XI 84 Mammogram— unilateral 12.41 9.32 5.75 4.30 

X185 —bilateral 18.60 13.95 8.60 6.45 

— using xeroradiography 

X186 —unilateral 15.43 11.59 5.75 4.30 

X187 —bilateral 23.74 17.81 8.60 6.45 

XI 50 Mechanical evaluation of knee 12.86 9.64 7.30 5.48 

X193 Microradioscopy of the hands 7.36 5.55 5.20 3.90 

X173 Myelogram (spine and/ or posterior fossa) 17.64 13.23 12.50 9.37 

X190 Pantomography 9.02 6.75 3.13 2.35 

X154 Penis 8.04 6.04 2.08 1.56 

X176 Sialogram 15.00 11.22 5.20 3.90 

XI 77 Skin thickness measurement 7.89 5.93 4.15 3.10 

X183 Ventriculogram or pneumoencephalogram ... . 24.58 18.60 15.60 11.70 

X165 Photographic subtraction — — 5.20 — 



nil 



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CLINICAL PROCEDURES, ASSOCIATED WITH 
DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS 



Note: 1. These procedural benefits are intended to cover compensation for the 
professional service of placing an instrument and introducing contrast media (except oral 
or rectal administration for study of the alimentary tract). 

2. Radiological charges are additional: see similar entries under section on 
RADIOLOGY. 

3. Where similar procedures are done for diagnostic physiological studies of 
non-radiological nature, e.g. cardiac catheterization or intra-arterial infusion, they are 
listed separately under Surgery or Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. See Index. 



Code 

J021 
J022 



J031 
J027 
J026 
J019 

J033 
J034 
J032 

J040 



J023 



J035 
JOOl 
J024 
J044 
J002 
J043 



Angiography Spec. Anaes.* 

— by catheterization 
— abdominal, thoracic, cervical or cranial 
Insertion of catheter (including cut down, 

if necessary) and injection, if given $46.80 4 

Selective catheterization — add to catheter 

insertion benefit (per vessel to maximum of four), 

each 23.40 

("Selective" means manipulation of the catheter 
from the vessel of introduction into a branch, 
tributary, or cardiac chamber with angiogram(s)) 

Carotid angiogram — direct puncture 37.80 5 

Peripheral arteriogram — direct puncture 23.40 4 

Peripheral venogram — direct puncture 18.90 4 

Selective coronary catheterization including 

angiogram 141 .75 5 

Splenoportogram 37.80 4 

Trans-lumbar aortogram 37.80 4 

Vertebral angiogram — direct puncture or by 

retrograde brachial injection 37.80 4 

Embolization e.g. for treatment of hemangioma 
or renal carcinoma — claim appropriate angio- 
graphic procedural and radiological benefits plus 32.85 

Intra-arterial infusion of drugs e.g. for control of 
gastrointestinal haemorrhage — claim appropriate 
angiographic procedural and radiological benefits 

plus a per diem supervision benefit of 9.00 

Pressure measurements during angiography 9.00 

Arthogram 9.00 4 

Bronchial brushing — unilateral 37.80 6 

—bilateral 56.70 6 

Bronchogram — unilateral 11 .25 6 

—bilateral 16.88 6 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units 
for time spent (see preamble). 



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CLINICAL PROCEDURES, ASSOCIATED WITH 
DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS 



Code 

J003 Bronchogram with intra-tracheal catheter— unilateral $22 

J042 —bilateral 34 

J005 Dacrocystogram 14 

J006 Discogram — one disc 32 

J030 — each additional disc 16 

J036 Fistula or sinus injection 9 

J008 Hysterosalpingogram 18 

J009 Laryngogram 11 

JOIO Lymphangiogram — per side 32 

J037 Mammary ductography 14 

JOl 1 Myelogram 32 

J038 — with supine views requiring removal and 

re-introduction of spinal needle, add 9 

J020 — with posterior fossa views, add 9 

JOl 2 Nephrotomogram 

J045 Percutaneous antegrade pyelogram 37 

J046 Percutaneous nephrostomy 70 

J041 Percutaneous removal of intravascular foreign bodies I. 

JOl 3 Percutaneous trans-hepatic cholangiogram 32 

J015 Peritoneal pneumogram 14 

J016 Pneumoencephalogram 42 

JOl 7 Presacral insufflation 23. 

J039 Renal cyst puncture 37. 

J018 Sialogram 14 

J007 Tomogram 

J028 Urethrogram, urethrocystogram, or intestinal 

conduit examination, nephrostogram 9, 

J029 Vasogram 25. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



85 
00 
30 
40 
80 
00 



00 

20 



75 
12 
00 
85 
.45 
00 
90 
25 
85 
00 
85 



00 
00 

4 
80 4 
00 4 

C. I.e. 



♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units 
for time spent (see preamble). 



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RADIATION ONCOLOGY (THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY) 

Code RADIOTHERAPY (including Therapeutic Isotopes) 

The Hsted benefits are for the professional services of a certified 
therapeutic radiologist, the services of a specialist for the 
intracavitary or interstitial application of radium or sealed 
sources and the services of a specialist using non-sealed sources 
of radioisotopes in a laboratory authorized by the Atomic 
Energy Control Board of Canada. Other medical services to 
the patient are not included in these figures. The cost of 
material is additional. 

TELERADIOTHERAPY 

Note: Paid only to a certified therapeutic radiologist, (Spec, code 34). 
The fee for all inpatient services is a hospital charge. 

X301 Major treatment planning (150 KVP or higher), dosage 

calculation and preparation of any special treatment device. . . $28.00 

X302 Teleradiotherapy — x-ray, 151 KVP or higher, radium, 

cobalt, cesium betatron linear accelerator — charge per 

treatment visit 7.35 

X304 Minor teleradiotherapy — x-ray, 150 KVP or less — 

charge per treatment visit 3.70 

Note: For minor teleradiotherapy administered by other 

than certified therapeutic radiologists, use the listing under 
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. 



RADIUM AND RADIOISOTOPES (sealed sources) 
X322 Treatment planning, dosage calculation and preparation of 

of any special treatment device 28.00 

Intracavitary application of radium or sealed sources including 

dilatation and curettage carried out at same time as 

application (to include consultation fee) 

X323 —first appUcation 98.00 

X334 — repeat application 45.00 

X324 Interstitial application of radium or sealed 

radioisotope 98.00 



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RADIATION ONCOLOGY (THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY) 



Code RADIUM AND RADIOISOTOPES— cont'd. 

X325 Application of radium or radioisotope plaque 
or mould 



S28.00 



RADIOISOTOPES (non-sealed sources) 

Note: The following benefits include treatment planning, dosage 

calculation and preparation of materials. Appropriate visit 
and procedural benefits (e.g. paracentesis) may be claimed in 
addition. Thyroid and prostate benefits (X327, X335) include 
administrations within any three month period. 

X326 Thyroid or prostate maUgnancy 35.00 

X327 Hyperthyroidism 35.00 

X335 Induction of hypothyroidism 35.(X) 

X328 Polycythaemia 18.20 

X329 Metastatic disease of bone 31 .50 

X330 Ascites and/or pleural effusion(s) due to maUgnancy 22.75 

X331 Bladder malignancy 22.75 

X332 Arthritis — single or multiplie site 14.00 

X333 Metastatic disease with radioactive lymphogram 22.75 



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PULMONARY FUNCTION STUDIES 

Suffix A — use when coding the total benefit. 

Suffix B — use when coding the technical portion only. 

Suffix C — use when coding the professional portion only. 

Column T — The benefit for testing including supplying of equipment, premises and 
technical services. 

Column P — The benefit for professional services including responsibility for quality 
control and technician training, interpretation of the results of the tests, and consultation 
between the physician responsible for the tests and the referring doctor concerning the 
results of the tests. 

The total benefit is obtained by adding columns T and P together. 

Note: 1 . The benefits for simple spirometry and standard lung mechanics represent the 
best of three recorded tests results with or without bronchodilator. 

2. The following tests are considered to be specific and require the individual 
ordering notation for each test parameter. 

3. The benefit for standard lung mechanics includes simple spirometry. 

4. Vital capacity and flow volume loop cannot be claimed at the same time. 

Code T P 

Simple Spirometry e.g. vital capacity, without 
permanent record by transducer equipment. 
J300 1. FVC, FEV,,MVV(MBC)etc $2.10 $1.40 

Standard Lung Mechanics (with permanent record) 

J301 2. (a) Vital capacity, Fev,, FEV,/FVC 5.60 3.50 

J324 (b) Repeat 2(a) after bronchodilator 1 .05 1 .05 

J325 (c) Same as 2(a) plus MMEFR calculation 6.30 4.55 

J326 (d) Repeat 2(c) after bronchodilator 1 .40 1 .05 

J302 (e) MVV done together with 2a or 2c .70 .70 

2(a) and 2(c) cannot be billed together 

2(b) and 2(d) cannot be billed together 

J304 3. (a) Flow volume loop (FVC, FEV,, FEV, /FVC, V5o,Vj5). 9.10 8.40 

J327 (b) Repeat 3(a) after bronchodilator 1.40 .70 

Complex Lung Mechanics 

J311 4. (a) Functional residual capacity by gas dilution method . . 8.40 5.60 

J307 (b) Functional residual capacity by body plethysmography 9.10 5.60 

J306 (c) Airways resistance by plethysmography or estimated 

using esophageal catheter 8,40 4.55 

J305 5 . Lung Compliance (pressure volume curve of the lung 

from TLC to FRC) 27.30 23.10 

J309 6. (a) Carbon monoxide diffusing capacity by steady state 

at rest 7.35 5.60 

J310 (b) Single breath diffusing capacity 11.20 5.60 

7. Pulmonary Function Response to O2 and CO2 

J308 (a) CO2 ventilatory response 7.00 4.90 

J328 (b) Oj ventilatory response (physician must be present). . . 7.(X) 9.10 



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PULMONARY FUNCTION STUDIES 

Code Exercise Assessment — physician must be in attendance at T P 

all times. 

J314 8. Exercise diffusing capacity : $7.00 $7.00 

J315 9. (a) Stage I: Graded exercise to maximum tolerance 

exercise (must include HR, ventilation and ECG at 

rest and at each workload; ECG monitored at least 

5 minutes post exercise) 27.30 18.25 

J329 (b) Same as 9a plus 2a, 2c or 3a before and 

after exercise 35.00 23. 10 

J316 (c) Stage II: Repeated steady state graded exercise 

(must include heart rate, ventilation, VOj, VCO2, 

BP, ECG, end tidal and mixed venous COj at rest, 

3 levels of exercise and recovery) 68.60 32.20 

J317 (d) Stage III: Same as 9c plus arterial blood gases, 

PH and bicarbonate or lactate 91 .00 54.60 

J330 (e) Exercise induced asthma assessment (Workload 

sufficient to achieve a HR of 85^70 of max.; 

measurement of 2a, 2c or 3a before exercise and 5-10 

minutes post exercise 14.00 9. 10 

Gas Analysis 

G479 10. (a) Arterial puncture for blood gas analysis — 4.55 

J319 (b) Blood gas analysis: pH, PO2, PCO2, 

bicarbonate and base excess 6.30 — 

J318 (c) Arterialized venous blood sample 

collection (e.g. ear lobe) 2.10 — 

J320 (d) A-a oxygen gradient (measurement of RQ 

by sampling mixed expired gas and using 

alveolar air equation) 27.30 14.00 

J331 (e) Estimate of venous admixture (Qs/Qt) 

breathing pure oxygen 18.20 9.10 

J313 (0 Mixed venous PCO2 by the rebreathing method 6.30 2.10 

J332 (g) Oj saturation by oximeter (at rest and exercise) 9.10 4.55 

J322 (h) Standard O2 consumption and CO2 production 18.20 4.55 

J333 1 1 . Histamine or methachoHne threshold test 14.00 9.10 



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DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND 

Suffix A — use when coding the total benefit. 

Suffix B — use when coding the technical portion only. 

Suffix C — use when coding the professional portion only, 

T and P Columns should be interpreted in the spirit of the first two paragraphs on 
page 91, but without limiting the performance of these tests to physicians of any one 
specialty. 
Notes: A-Mode — implies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measurement procedure. 

M-Mode — implies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measurement procedure with 
movement of the trace to record amplitude and velocity of moving echo- 
producing structures. 

Scan B-Mode — implies a two-dimensional ultrasonic scanning procedure with 
a two-dimensional display. 
All ultrasound examinations include a permanent record and interpretation. 

Code Head and Neck T P 

J 100 Echoencephalography-midline, A-mode — $3.15 

JlOl Complete (midline and ventricular size) $12.15 6.10 

Echography-ophthalmic 

J102 Quantitative, A-mode 13.50 20.25 

J103 B-scan immersion 27.00 27.00 

J107 B-scan contact 13.50 13.50 

J108 Biometry (Axial length— A-mode) 13.50 18.00 

J104 Foreign body localization I.C. I.C. 

J105 Echography face and/or neck including A and/or B scans . . . 10.80 8.10 

Heart 

J115 Echography, pericardial effusion, M-mode 9.45 7.35 

J 11 8 Echocardiography — complete study 

— 1 dimension 19.35 20.70 

J120 —2 dimensions (real time) 19.35 20.70 

J121 — 1 and 2 dimensions at same patient visit 29.10 31.00 

J119 — limited study — 1 or 2 dimensions for 

follow up studies 9.65 10.35 

Thorax 

J125 Chest masses, pleural effusion-A & B-mode 24.32 14.18 

J126 Ultrasonic guidance of thoracentesis 24.32 14.18 

J 127 Breast masses — Scan B-mode (per breast) 1 1 .70 8.55 

Abdomen and Retroperitoneum 

J 135 Abdominal B-scan, with A scanning when necessary for liver, 

pancreas, spleen, aorta, kidney, scrotum, etc 24.32 14.18 

J149 Ultrasonic guidance of renal biopsy or cyst aspiration 24.32 14.18 



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DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND 

Code Pelvis T P 

Echography — Scan B-mode 

J155 Early pregnancy diagnosis $18.45 $10.35 

J156 Fetal age determination 18.45 10.35 

J158 Placenta localization 18.45 10.35 

J161 I. U.C.D. localization 18.45 10.35 

J159 Pregnancy, complete 24.32 14.18 

J109 Ectopic pregnancy 24.32 14.18 

JllO Molar pregnancy 24.32 14.18 

J162 Pelvicmass 24.32 14.18 

Jill Ultrasonic guidance of amniocentesis 24.32 14.18 

Peripheral Vascular System (P benefits are applicable only 

when procedure performed by physicians) 
Peripheral arterial flow study (Doppler or other) — 
uni or bilateral 
J 1 1 2 Ankle pressure determination alone (not applicable 

during the patient's post operative stay in hospital — 3.50 

J 1 1 3 Ankle pressure measurements together with segmental 

pressure recordings and/or pulse volume 

recordings and/or Doppler recordings 9.10 9.10 

Jl 14 Ankle pressure measurements with exercise and/or 

quantitative measurements, i.e. plethysmography 

or velocity measurements 8.90 13.50 

Peripheral Venous System 
J 1 1 7 Venous assessment (uni or bilateral) — includes assessment 
of femoral, popliteal and posterior tibial veins with 
Doppler recording 2.80 4.55 

Miscellaneous 

J 1 80 Echography for placement of radiation therapy fields, 

scan B-mode 18.00 11.25 

J182 Extremities— per limb 1 1 .70 8.55 



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DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

Code With a few exceptions specifically indicated below, the listed procedural benefits 
are for the procedures(s) alone. 

Consultations or visits when such services are rendered, may be claimed in 
addition to the procedure(s). 

G700 When a procedure(s) is the sole reason for a visit, add $2.45 per visit for those 
procedures marked ( + ) regardless of the number of procedures carried out, 
G700 may not be claimed when the procedure is done in conjunction with a visit 
for assessment or consultation by the same physician. 

Schedule Interpretations: 

1. If in the course of any visit, a hemoglobin is carried out in the doctor's office, no 
claim should be made for this service unless it is the sole reason for the visit. Urinalysis 
may be claimed with or without an associated visit to a doctor's office, if the analysis is 
comparable to code L253 and includes microscopic examination of the centrifuged 
specimen. 

Note: Not allowed to a laboratory associated with a clinic in conjunction with an office 
visit as defined in item (1). 

2. The words "in conjunction with" as they appear above and in the qualifying 
statements on page 124 of the schedule under the headings of Ophthalmology and 
Otolaryngology, are not limited in meaning to "at the same time as". In other words, for 
procedures which are indicated as a result of a visit for assessment or consultation, G700 
is not applicable at all and tonography, visual fields and audiometric tests are to be 
claimed at 60% (the lower benefits now listed) even if the visit and testing procedures are 
separated at the time. The reduction only applies when the procedure is carried out by the 
same physician who has seen the patient or in a facility controlled by him, and does not 
apply to the marked procedures listed under Allergy, Injections or Infusions, or 
venipuncture. 

3. Claims for apex cardiography and E.C.G. may be made when both services are 
rendered. 

4. For the first minor teleradiotherapy procedure rendered to a patient, the doctor may 
claim the appropriate consultation or assessment in addition to the procedure(s). On 
subsequent visits, only minor teleradiotherapy plus $2.45 should be claimed unless 
additional procedures have been performed or unless there has been a complication or 
change to a totally unrelated diagnosis. In the first exception, minor teleradiotherapy plus 
the benefit(s) for additional procedures may be claimed. In the second exception, the 
appropriate assessment and minor teleradiotherapy may be charged. 

5. If a patient presents for an allergy injection and has an acute infectious condition, 
albeit of the respiratory system, or some other unrelated condition which would have 
otherwise required a separate office visit, the doctor is entitled to claim for the 
appropriate assessment as well as the injection. If a patient requires a minor assessment of 
his allergic condition as well as the allergy injection, the doctor should claim for code 
G212only. 



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DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

6. The benefits for respiratory care on page 116 of the schedule under Physician-in- 
Charge apply per patient treated, i.e., while the physician-in-charge may change during 
the course of treatment, the benefit formula as set out should be used by the physicians 
involved as if there was only one physician-in-charge during the treatment program. 

7. The $3.70 benefit under Physical Medicine Therapeutic Procedures means one $3.70 
per hour, per patient regardless of the number of procedures carried out during the hour. 

8. Multiple B.C.G. inoculations used for treatment of carcinoma are to be considered 
experimental and no claims should be made for this service. 

9. Some benefits for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures have the technical and 
professional components listed separately. The technical component includes the salaries 
of support staff, equipment depreciation or lease costs and supplies. The professional 
component includes the clinical supervision of the diagnostic facility, interpretation of the 
test results and a written report. 

ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY, HISTOLOGY 

AND CYTOLOGY (Professional 

components only) 
Note: "L" codes L800 - L826 are professional interpretation 

benefits, they are not applicable to the taking 

of samples 
Code G.P. Spec. Anaes.* 

N.C. Autopsy, gross and micro (including 

CNS as required) N.A.B. 

L8(X) Blood film interpretation $5.60 

Z403 Bone marrow aspiration 14.70 

L802 Bone marrow interpretation 19.95 

L803 Chromosome analysis, per case 28.00 

Cytology 

L804 Amniotic fluid for estimation of 

fetal maturation 1 .93 

L805 Aspiration biopsy cytologic 

consultation (lungs, etc.) , 7.70 

L806 Bronchial washings 2.80 

L807 Buccal or vaginal smear for 

Barr body 2.42 

L808 Direct smears — oral, larynx, 

nipple discharge 1-.93 

L809 Esophageal and gastric washings 

per complete specimen 4.72 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY, HISTOLOGY 
Code AND CYTOLOGY— Cont'd 

L810 Fluids (pleural, ascitic, breast cyst, 
pericardial, CSF, urine and joint) 
per specimen 

L8 1 1 Fluorescent Y Chromosome 

(peripheral blood) 

L812 Gynaecological specimen (including all types 

of cellular abnormality, assessment 
of flora, and/or cytohormonal evaluation) . 



G.P. Spec. Anaes.* 

$ 2.80 
2.80 

1.93 



L813 
L814 
L826 
L815 



L816 

L817 
L818 
L819 
L820 
L821 

L822 

L823 

L824 
L825 



+ G200 



+ G201 



+ G202 



Note: 



For technical component, L713. 

Inclusion bodies 2.80 

Nasal smear for eosinophils .95 

Ocular 2.80 

Sputum per specimen for general and/or 

specific assessment (e.g. cellular 

abnormalities, asbestos bodies, lipid, 

hemosiderin, etc.) 2.80 

Electron microscopy, per case 45.50 

Immunofluorescence Studies 

Anti-tissue antibodies, per case 5.60 

Protein deposition in tissues, per case 10.50 

Seminal fluid examination, complete (see pg. 70, #15) . 3.85 

Smear for spermatozoa only (see pg. 70, #15) 1 .93 

Surgical pathology, sections and report 

per case 10.50 

Operative consultation — with or without 

frozen section (up to three specimens) 21 .70 

For each specimen over three, add 10.50 

Synovial fluid analysis 

Description, viscosity and mucin clot 2.80 

Identification of crystals by 
compensated polarized light 7.00 

ALLERGY 

Acute desensitization, e.g. 

ATS, penicillin 4.50 

Direct nasal tests, $ .90 each, 

maximum 2.70 

Hyposensitization, including assessment and 

supervision (one or more injections) $ .90 1 .80 

Use this code for rabies injection(s). 



^To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3183 



Code ALLERGY— Cont'd 



G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 



G2 1 2 If hyposensitization is the only service rendered 

use this code. This code combines G700 and G202. . . $ 3.35 S 4.25 
+ G203 Ophthalmic tests — direct, S .90 each, 

maximum 2.70 

+ G204 — quantitative 7.20 

G205 Passive transfer tests 22.50 

G206 Patch test, $ .90 each, 

maximum of 25 per year 22.50 

Maximum of 50 per year for industrial 

or occupational dermatoses 45.00 

+ G207 Bronchial provocative testings — 

per session (limit of 6 sessions per patient) 7.20 

+ G208 Repository therapy, per injection (cost of 

materials extra) 7.20 

G209 Skin tests including physician interpretation, 
(scratch or intradermal method) 
45C each, maximum 22.50 



ANAESTHESIA 

Examination Under Anaesthesia — when sole procedure 
performed not otherwise listed in the schedule 
(diagnosis required) 
G260 with or without intubation 

CARDIOVASCULAR 

Vascular Cannulation for Physiological Studies or 

Special Monitoring: 
Thoracic or abdominal catheterization: 

percutaneous catheter (including injection and 
cut-down, if necessary) 

G262 — non-selective 

G263 — selective (per vessel to a 

maximum of 4) — each 

Peripheral catheterization of a limb 

G265 — unilateral 

G266 — bilateral 

G309 Umbilical Arterial Catheterization 

(including obtaining of blood sample) 

Note: Use this code for Usher routine for 
acidosis (infant). 



22.50 4 



46.80 4 

23.40 4 

23.40 4 

37.80 4 

22.50 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

Code CARDIOVASCULAR— Cont'd G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

G282 Umbilical Vein Catheterization $ 9,00 

G268 Cannulation of Subclavian Vein 18.00 

G269 — when done by anaesthetist in conjunction 

with anaesthesia 9,00 

Cannulation of Vein of Limb or Neck 
(external jugular) 

G270 (as for central venous pressure) 

—child or adult 9.00 

G272 —infant 18.00 

G398 Insertion of Permanent Feeding Line 

under general anaesthesia 70.00 4 

G271 Anticoagulant Supervision — long term, 

telephone advice — per month 5.60 

G287 Insertion of Swan-ganz Catheter (not 

included in anaesthetic, respiratory or 

critical care benefits) 81 .00 4 

Blood Transfusions: 

G279 Indirect transfusion $9.00 

G275 Exchange transfusions — initial (to include 

consultation and continuing care) 182.00 

G276 subsequent 91 .00 

Note: Assistant at exchange tranfusion (see 

Preamble — page 14, item 30(g)) 
G280 Intra-uterine foetal transfusion — 

initial or subsequent 91 .00 

Cardioversion: 

G285 Cardioversion — Limit of three sessions per 

patient, per day 31 .50 5 

Cardiac Catheterization: 



When more than one procedure is carried out at one 
sitting, the additional procedures are to be claimed 
at 50% of the listed fees. 
Right heart 

G290 —pressures only 73.50 5 

Left heart 

G291 —retrograde aortic 91 .00 5 

G292 — transseptal 1 12.50 5 

G293 Selective coronary catheterization 1 19.00 5 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 



Code CARDIOVASCULAR— Cont'd 



G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 



G297 
G296 



G298 

G299 
G289 
G300 

G301 
G305 
G306 
G267 
G294 



G254 
G286 
G295 

G264 
G288 
G303 



+ G310 
G313 

+ G312 
G313 



G314 
G334 



Angiograms (any number of injections) $45.50 

Dye dilution densitometry and/or thermal 

dilution studies — coronary flow index 

fee covers all studies on the same day 45.50 

Intracardiac electrocardiography 

and/or atrial pacing 45.50 

Oxymetry 45.50 

Pick determination 45.50 

Metabolic studies, e.g. coronary sinus 

lactate and pyruvate determinations 45.50 

Exercise studies during catheterization 45.50 

Intracardiac phonocardiography 45.50 

Isotope studies during cardiac catheterization 45.50 

His bundle EGG 70.00 

Insertion of endocardial electrode (includes 

repositioning within 24 hours of 

original procedure) 81 .00 5 

Repositioning after 24 hours 28.00 5 

Implantation of pack 70.00 5 

Insertion of endocardial electrode and 

implantation of pack 144.00 5 

Replacement of pack 70.00 5 

Transvenous endomyocardial biopsy 91 .00 

Insertion of transthoracic pacemaker 28.00 4 

Electrocardiography: 

Office or hospital — technical component $3.50 3.50 

— professional component 3.00 4.90 

Home — technical component 4.55 4.55 

— professional component 3.00 4.95 

Before and after exercise (Master's criteria Levy 

Ischemia or Frasher Exercise test) includes 

complete resting tracing and multiple leads taken 

immediately and 3 and 6 minutes post exercise. 

— technical component 7.00 

— professional component 7.00 

Maximal stress E.C.G. (exhaustion, symptoms, or 

E.C.G. changes) or sub-maximal stress E.C.G. (to 

target heart rate for patient) by a standard 

technique — with treadmill or ergometer and 

oscilloscopic continuous monitoring including 

E.C.G's taken during the procedure and resting 

E.C.G's before and after the procedure 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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Code CARDIOVASCULAR— Cont'd G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

G315 — technical component $14.00 

G319 — professional component 28.00 

G316 Vector — technical component 9.00 

G335 — professional component 4.90 

12 to 24 hour arrhythmia taping 

G317 — professional component 28.00 

G321 — technical component (if physician 

supplies equipment) 23,00 

Note: Not payable to a hospital department. 

G320 Interpretation of telephone transmitted 

E.C.G. rhythm strip — professional component 1.90 

G3 1 1 When physician supplies equipment for 

telephone transmission, extra — technical component .95 

Pacemaker reprogramming including 

electrocardiography 

G283 — professional component 4.55 

G284 — technical component 4.55 

Pacemaker pulse wave analysis with 

electrocardiography 

G307 — professional component 4.55 

G308 — technical component 4.55 

Non Invasive Cardiography: 
Note: When more than one procedure of items marked 

(*) are performed at one sitting, the major procedure 
may be claimed in full and the remainder at 50% 
of the listed benefit(s). 
*Phonocardiogram — multiple channel — before and 
after exercise (not less than 3 channels) 

G504 — professional component 9.00 

G505 — technical component 23.00 

G506 (with pharmacologic intervention), add 4.55 

G507 *Apex cardiogram — professional component 5.60 

G508 — technical component 5.60 

Echocardiography — see Diagnostic Ultra Sound. 
♦Phlebography and/or carotid pulse tracing 
(with systolic time intervals) — before and 
after exercise 

G518 — professional compwnent 5.60 

G519 — technical component 5.60 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3187 



Code CRITICAL CARE 

Note: Cardiac Arrest: (in hospital includes visit and all 
necessary resuscitative measures, e.g. defibrillation, 
cardioversion, cut downs, endotracheal intubation etc.) 

G394 Detention per doctor — first 'A hour (see Preamble) . . . 

G520 —after first V* hour (per V* hour) (see Preamble) 



G521 



G.P. Spec. Anaes. 

$22.75 
8.40 



Life Threatening Emergency Situation: (in hospital 
— ^Resuscitation in emergency situaticm (massive 
injury, cardio-respiratorj' failure, resuscitation of 
new bom, severe shock, coma) includes initial 
assessment and usual resuscitative measures and to 
include as required, intravenous lines, pressure 
infusion sets and pharmacological agents, urinary 
catheters, C.V.P. lines, blood gases, nasogastric 
tubes, endotracheal intubation and tracheal toilet. 

Detention per doctor — first V* hour (see Preamble) . . . 



G522 — after first V* hour (per '/i hour) (see Preamble) 

Hyperbaric therapy: (including assessment and 
complete care of patient) 

G359 —first three hours 

G360 — if doctor in attendance with the patient in 

the chamber-first three hours. 

— thereafter — detention charges (see Preamble) 



22.75 
8.40 

91.00 
182.00 



G395 



G102 



G211 



G210 



Other Resuscitation: 

Fee for service or ordinary detention 
— per Va hour (see Preamble) 



When special visit to hospital is required to provide 

critical care, add to G894, G521 and G395 only. . 
Endotracheal intubation for resuscitation (not 

to be claimed when followed by a 

surgical procedure) 
Hypothermia (therapeutic) induction 

and management 



8.40 

7.00 

18.00 
91.00 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthcsists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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Code CRITICAL CARE— Cont'd 

Respiratory Care: (not applicable to the operating 
surgeon) 

(a) Artificial ventilation or (b) special procedures 
(e.g., use of analeptic infusions) 

— (a) and (b) includes examination of the patient and 
includes (as required), insertion of arterial and CVP 
catheters, securing and interpretation of blood gases, 
intubation with or without artificial ventilation, the use 
of an artificial ventilator and all necessary measures for 
its supervision. 
Physician-in-Charge 

G405 —1st day 

G406 — 2nd to 5th days (inclusive) 

per diem 

G407 —6th to 28th days (inclusive) 

per diem 

G408 —29th to 56th days (inclusive) 

per diem 

G409 — ninth week onwards, per week 

Note: The appropriate consultation, procedure and visit 
benefits shall apply 24 hours after stopping artificial 
respiration or special care. 

Other physicians apart from those providing 
respiratory care may claim the appropriate 
consultation, visit and procedure benefits not listed in 
the schedule for Respiratory Care. 

Neonatal Respiratory Intensive Care: 

(with assisted ventilation) 
Physician-in-Charge 

G400 —1st day 

G401 — 2nd to 5th days (inclusive) 

per diem 

G402 —6th to 28th days (inclusive) 

per diem 

G403 — 29th day onwards, per diem 

The above benefits include examination of the patient 
and when indicated the necessary arterial and venous 
catheters for monitoring and blood gas sampling, 
interpreting of blood gases, endotracheal intubation 
and artificial ventilation as well as all necessary 
measures for the supervision and operation of the 
ventilator. 



G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 



$70.00 

31.50 

16.20 

9.00 
18.00 



87.50 

42.00 

21.00 
9.00 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

Code CRITICAL CARE— Cont'd G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

The appropriate consultation, procedure and visit 
benefits shall apply 24 hours after stopping artificial 
respiration or special care. 

Intensive Care Monitoring: 

This category excludes Cardio-Pulmonary 
Resuscitation and Respiratory Care and should be 
claimed on the basis of the appropriate consultation, 
procedure and visit. 

DERMATOGLYPHICS: professional components 

N.C. child N.A.B. 

N.C. adolescent or adult N.A.B. 

DIALYSIS: team benefits, to include listed items. (This 
does not include preliminary investigation of the case.) 

Haemodialysis: 

R849 Initial and acute (to include surgical 

components) $420.00 

G323 Acute, repeat (maximum of 3) 140.00 

R850 Insertion of Cannula (to be included 

in the $420.00 initial) — complete 

surgical care 144.00 6 

G32S Medical component (to be included 

in the $420.00 initial) 276.50 

G326 Chronic each 31.50 

0327 Revision of Cannula or Scribner shunt— single 48.50 4 

G328 —both 73.50 4 

G329 De-clotting of Cannula or Scribner Shunt 45.30 

R827 Creation of A. V. fistula 

— complete surgical care 147.00 6 

R85 1 By-pass graft for haemodialysis (human, 

synthetic or bovine) — complete 

surgical care 192.50 7 

Note: For operative thrombectomy of bypass graft, use code 
R813. 

Peritoneal dialysis: 
G330 Acute (up to 48 hours) includes 

stylette cannula insertion (temporary) 91 .00 

G33 1 Repeat acute (up to 48 hours) 

— maximum of 3 91 .00 

G332 Chronic (up to 48 hours) 

— maximum of $91 .00 per week 45.50 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3190 

Code 

R852 

R853 
Note: 

R854 
G333 

+ G362 
+ G493 
+ G337 



+ G494 
+ G495 



+ G340 

+ G341 
+ G342 
+ G496 

+ G497 



+ G498 
+ G499 

+ G344 
+ G501 

+ G490 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

DIALYSIS— Cont'd G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

Insertion of peritoneal cannula by 

laparotomy— complete surgical care $94.50 6 

Insertion of Tempkoff type peritoneal 

catheter — chronic — by trocar 45.50 

When R853 or R854 is performed under general 

anaesthesia, the anaesthetist should use code G260 (4 

units). 

Removal of Tempkoff type peritoneal 

catheter 22.75 

Home dialysis: 

Weekly retainer for administration and 
supervision — (plus fee for 
service for complications) 14.00 

ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM 

Achilles reflex time procedure (by 

Kinenometry or photomotography) 3.00 

ACTH test — single or multiple, 

per injection 3.15 

Antidiuretic hormone response test 

including the 8 hour water 

deprivation test 8.10 

Glucagon test 

(Type A) for carbohydrate response 5.60 

(Type B) for hypertension, pheochromocytoma 
and insulinoma provocative test (including 

cold pressor test) 21 .70 

Histamine test to include a control 

cold pressor test 23.45 

Hypertonic saline infusion test 8.10 

Implantation of hormone pellets 15.40 

Insulin hypoglycemia pituitary 

function test 25.20 

Insulin hypoglycemia pituitary function 

test, TRH and LHRH alone 

or in combination 25.20 

Intravenous glucose tolerance test 5.60 

Intravenous tolbutamide test 25.20 

Phentolamine test 21 .70 

TRH and/or LHRH test, 

per injection 3.15 

Saralasin test 21 .70 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3191 



Code GASTROENTEROLOGY G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

G349 Oesophageal tamponade (Blakemore 

bag) — insertion $18.00 

G350 Oesophageal motility test — may 

include pH measurement 56.00 

G35 1 Oesophageal pH study for reflux 18.00 

G353 Oesophageal/ Acid perfusion test 18.00 

Gastric lavage 

+ G355 (a) diagnostic 4.55 

G356 (b) therapeutic including ice water lavage 14.00 

+ G357 Gastric secretion studies (Augmented 

Histamine or Histalog, or Pentagastrin) 

— procedure and supervision 9.00 

G352 Biliary tract provocative test with 

cholecystokinin 4.55 

G354 Anal-rectal manometry 22.75 

GYNAECOLOGY 

G367 Artificial insemination 14.00 

G363 Cervical mucus penetration test 9.00 

G361 Endometrial flushing 7.20 

G261 Foam stability test (shake test) 9.00 

+ G364 Huhner's test (includes sample taking, 

examination and interpretation) 7.20 

G366 Hydrotubation— e.g. steriods 18.00 

G368 Insufflation — Rubin's test (included in tubal 

plastic surgery) $14.70 18.00 4 

G374 Insufflation and endometrial biopsy (included 

in tubal plastic surgery) 18.00 4 

G378 Insertion of intra-uterine contraceptive device 11.90 

Note: For removal of I.U.D. use Z718 see page 227. 

+ G399 Insertion of laminaria tent 2.80 

+ G365 Papanicolaou smear 2.80 

(no charge if done as part of a consultation, repeat 
consultation, general or specific assessment (or re- 
assessment), annual health, primary or secondary 
school examination or routine post-natal visit.) 
U.V.C. Vaginal insufflation visit fees 

INJECTIONS OR INFUSIONS 

+ G369 B.C.G. inoculation, following 

tuberculin tests 2.80 

+ G370 Bursa, joint or tendon sheath, including 

preliminary aspiration 9.00 

G37 1 (each additional site or area, $4.50 — 

maximum $22.50 per visit) 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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$63.00 


4 


31.50 


4 


15.75 




9.00 




4.55 




14.00 




22.75 


4 



No Charge 



3192 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

Code INJECTIONS OR INFUSIONS— Cont'd G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

Lateral discography 

G389 — lumbo sacral disc — as first disc 

G390 — any other disc — as first disc 

G386 — second and subsequent discs each 

Injection (chemonucleolysis) 

G392 — initial injection 

G393 — any subsequent injection at other levels, 

each 

G396 Injections of extensive keloids 

G397 — under general anaesthesia 

Intradermal, intramuscular or subcutaneous 
including interpretation — with visit, 

— first injection 

G372 — each additional injection $.90 each. 

Intradermal, intramuscular or subcutaneous 
including interpretation — sole reason, 
G373 — first injection — apply $2.45 basic fee only 

Note: Use for tuberculin or Schick test. 
G372 — each additional injection $.90 each. 

Intralesional infiltration 

+ G375 — one or two lesions 

+ G377 — 3 or more lesions 

G462 Administration of oral polio vaccine 

— if only service rendered 

Intravenous 

+ G376 Infant 

+ G379 Child or adult 

Note: Use these codes for cryoprecipitate infusion. 

+ G380 Cut down 

Chemotherapy (marrow suppressant) 
administered by intravenous infusion for 
treatment of malignant or auto-immune 
disease (maximum per visit — $9.45) 

+ G381 — single injection 

G281 — each additional injection 

G382 Supervision of chemotherapy (marrow 
suppressant) for malignant or auto- 
immune disease by telephone — monthly 

G383 Pneumothorax 

G385 Pneumoperitoneum 

Varicose veins (maximum per visit — $9.00) 
+ G387 — single injection 



II 



4.55 
7.00 

.90 



$4.55 
2.80 

14.00 



5.60 
1.93 



5.60 
14.00 
14.00 

4.55 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3193 



Code INJECTIONS OR INFUSIONS— Cont'd 

G388 —multiple (unilateral or bilateral) 

each additional 

Management of hyperalimentation — physician in 
charge — up to twelve weeks 

G510 per visit 

from thirteenth to twenty-sixth week (not to 
exceed $19.95 per week) 

G5 1 1 per visit 

from twenty-sixth week onwards (not to 
exceed $39.90 per month) 
G512 per visit 



G.P. Spec. Anaes.* 
S 1.93 

6.65 

6.65 

6.65 



NEPHROLOGY 

G41 1 Nephrological management of donor 

procurement — (uni or bilateral) — includes 

management of the neurologically "dead" 

donor on life support systems, assessment of 

renal functions pre-nephrectomy, pre- 

nephrectomy immunotherapy, 

assessment as to potential recipients to 

be called in, etc 91 .(X) 

G347 Renal perfusion with hypothermia 

for organ transplantation 45.50 

G348 Renal preservation with continuous machine 

perfusion 45.50 

G412 Nephrological component of transplantation, including 

complete patient care for first 48 hours 

following transplantation 140.00 

NERVE BLOCKS 

Note: Time units are not applicable to nerve blocks. 

"Terms and Definitions" paragraph 31 (o) applies. 

If one physician gives the anaesthetic and another does 

the nerve block, claim the anaesthetic under G260. 

G213 Auditory ganglion 22.75 

G214 Brachial plexus 22.75 

G2 1 5 Coeliac ganglion 36.00 

G239 Differential intrathecal spinal block 54.00 

G216 Epidural spinal block 22.75 

G245 Epidural or intrathecal injection of 

sclerosing solution 70.00 

G273 Epidural injection of adrenal steroid 31.50 

G274 — post laminectomy into operative site 42.00 

G243 Femoral nerve — unilateral ; 18.00 

G244 —bilateral 25.20 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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Code 

G246 



G218 
G219 
G220 
G221 
G222 
G224 
G225 
G250 

G241 
G242 
G227 
G228 

G123 

G229 
G240 
G422 

G230 
G231 

G232 
G233 
G234 
G256 
G235 
G236 
G237 
G238 
G217 
E958 



NERVE BLOCKS— Cont'd 

Introduction of epidural catheter for 

relief of pain: institution 

plus one unit for each Vi hour of maintenance 
(maximum of 6 units per day) (For Obstetrics see 

Pg. 131.) 

Ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric nerves 

Infraorbital 

Intercostal nerve root 

— for each additional one, add 

Intrathecal spinal 

Mandibular 

Mental branch of mandibular nerve 

Maxillary or mandibular division of 

trigeminal nerve 

Obturator nerve — unilateral 

— bilateral 

Other cranial nerve blocks 

Paravertebral nerve blocks of thoracic or lumbar 

or sacral or coccygeal nerves 

— for each additional one, add 

(to a maximum total fee of $54.00) 

Pudendal — unilateral 

— bilateral 

Retrobulbar injection (not to be charged 

when used as a local anaesthesia) 

Sciatic nerve 

Somatic or peripheral nerves not specifically 

listed or infiltration of tissues 

Spleno-palatine ganglion 

Splanchnic 

Stellate ganglion 

Superior laryngeal nerve 

Supraorbital 

Sympathetic block (lumbar or thoracic) 

bilateral 

Transverse scapular nerve 

Trigeminal ganglion 

When alcohol or other sclerosing solutions are 

used, add 50% to the appropriate nerve block 

benefit as listed above with the exception of benefit 

codes G245, G273, G274 and G246. 



G.P. Spec. Anaes.* 



$22.75 

9.00 

9.00 

4.55 

31.50 

22.75 

22.75 

31.50 
22.75 
31.50 
36.00 

18.00 

9.00 
22.75 
31.50 

14.00 

22.75 

9.00 

22.75 
22.75 
22.75 
31.50 
14.00 
22.75 
31.50 
22.75 
36.00 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3195 



Code NEUROLOGY 

G4 1 Amytal test ( Wada) — bilateral- supervision 

and coordination of tests 

G4 1 3 Electrocorticogram — supervision and 

interpretation 

Electroencephalography: 

-♦-G414 Technical component 

G415 Professional component 

G416 With activating or sleep inducing drugs, add 

G41 7 Inserting subtemporal needle electrodes, 

add 

G418 Attendance and supervision of E. E.G. 

during major surgery 

G419 Tensilon test 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 

G424 Contact lenses fitting (with follow- up 

for 3 months) 

G423 One eye only, when the other eye has been 

previously fitted by the same physician 

G463 Hydrophilic "Bandage" lens fitting 

G438 Colour vision detailed assessment 

G437 Dark adaptation curve (Goldmann 

adaptometer or equivalent) 

G453 Electro-oculogram — interpretation fee 

+ G439 Electro-retinography with report 

+ G425 Fluorescein angiography 

+ G444 Fluorescein angioscoy 

G426 Glaucoma provocative tests, including 

water drinking tests 

G427 Ophthalmodynamometry 

Radioactive phosphorus examination 

G429 — anterior approach 

G430 — posterior approach 

G432 Static perimetry 

G421 Subconjunctival or sub-Tenons 

capsule injection 

+ G435 Tonometry 

Not to be charged for if done in conjimction with an 
ophthalmological consultation, specific assessment or 
reassessment. 



G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

$35.00 
91.00 



11.00 

12.10 

9.00 



9.00 

91.00 
10.50 



94.50 

49.50 
49.50 
14.00 

19.80 

11.25 

27.00 

27.00 

7.70 

15.75 
5.40 

24.75 
49.50 
16.20 

$9.00 
2.90 



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DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 



Code 

G433 
G436 

G445 
G446 



G464 



+ G420 



G440 
G525 

G441 
G526 



G523 

G527 

G524 
G528 



OPTHALMOLOGY— Cont'd 

♦Tonography (to include tonometry( with 

or without water 

♦Visual fields (with permanent record) . . . 



G442 
+ G529 



The above benefits apply if G433 and G436 are the 

sole reason for the visit. 
♦♦Tonography (to include tonometry) with 

or without water 

♦♦Visual fields (with permanent record) 

♦♦The above benefits apply if G445 and 

G446 are done in conjunction with a 

consultation or visit (see explanation of 

phrase "in conjunction with" in 

paragraph 2 on page 108). 
Visual evoked response 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Ear syringing or curetting — uni or bilateral 

Audiometric Tests 

Pure tone air with or without bone conduction 

— technical component 

— professional component 

— with speech tests 

— technical component 

— professional component 

The above benefits apply if G440 and G525, 

G441 and G526 are the sole reason for 

the visit. 
Pure tone air with or without bone conduction 

— technical component 

— professional component 

— with speech tests 

— technical component 

— professional component 

The above benefits apply if G523 and G527, 

G524 and G528 are one in conjunction 

with a consultation or visit (see 

explanation of phrase "in conjunction 

with" in paragraph 2 on pageO). 
Impedance audiometry 

— technical component 

— professional component 



G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 



$11.25 
5.40 



7.00 
3.33 



14.00 



.70 



7.00 
4.55 

8.75 
5.95 



4.20 
2.80 

5.25 
3.50 



4.55 
3.00 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3197 



Code OPTHALMOLOGY— Cont'd 

Advanced testing (may include recruitment, 
sisi, tone decay, malingering, Bekesy test) 
— per test 
G443 — technical component (maximum $11 .38) . . . 

G530 — professional component (maximum $7.42). . 

Hearing aid evaluation, including pure tone 
air and bone conduction and speech tests 

G447 — technical component 

+ G531 — professional component 

Cortical evoked or brain stem evoked audiometry 
or electrocochleography 
+ G448 — professional component only 

Vestibular Function Tests 
Minimal caloric 

+ G449 — professional component only 

Fitzgerald-Hallpike method 

G450 — technical component 

+ G532 — professional component 

Electronystagmography including caloric and 
positional testing 

G451 — technical component 

+ G533 — professional component 

+ G452 Electrogustometry — professional component only . 
G454 Stroboscopy — professional component only 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE 

Electromyography and nerve conduction studies 

Schedule A: 
G456 Complete Procedure, e.g. conduction 
studies on two or more nerves and 
E.M.G. of multiple muscles; detailed 

study of neuromuscular transmission 

Schedule B: 
G457 Limited Procedure, e.g. conduction 

studies on a single nerve plus limited 
needle electrode, examination in one 
area; conduction studies on two nerves 

without E.M.G 

Schedule C: 
G458 Short Procedure, e.g. stimulation of a single nerve; 
repeat E.M.G. of one or two muscles 

without nerve conduction 

+ G459 Nerve stimulation 



G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 



$4.55 
3.00 



17.15 
5.9 5 



35.00 



3.70 

7.00 
4.55 



14.00 

14.00 

7.35 

9.00 



49.00 



35.00 



21.00 
5.60 



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DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

Code PHYSICAL MEDICINE— Cont'd G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

+ G460 Strength duration and chronaxie 

— major $ 4.55 

+ G461 —minor 2.45 

G468 Thermistor Test for Raynaud's phenomenon 

— diagnostic 18.00 

G469 —therapeutic 35.00 

G470 —prognostic 18.00 

Therapeutic Procedures: 

-f G465 Manipulation — major joint(s) or spine 

— one or more joints 7.35 

(under general anaesthesia, see Surgical Procedures) 
+ G467 Not exceeding one hour as listed below 

(any number of procedures) 3.70 

Note: Not allowed to hospital inpatient, outpatient or 
approved physiotherapy facility. 
Intermittent positive pressure breathing treatments 

(office). 
Heat — diathermy, heat cabinets, heat cradles or 
bakers radiant heat, whirlpool baths, paraffin 
baths, microtherm, etc. 
Light— Hiltraviolet — general, local, orificial, etc. 
(not to include dermatological treatment 
with black light or PUVA— Not a Benefit). 
Electrotherapy — Galvanic, Faradic, and sinusoidal 
currents, iontophoresis, etc. (Electrosleep therapy 
is Not a Benefit) 
Ultra Sound 

Hydrotherapy — contrast baths — hotpacks; local, 
(arm and leg, whirlpool baths); general 
(Hubbard) for body immersion or Body Tanks; 
therapeutic pool, under water exercises, 
cryotherapy. 
Mechano Therapy — massage, mechanical device- 
traction, pulleys and weights, treadles, stationary 
bicycles, shoulder wheels. 
Therapeutic Exercise. 

Location and injection of peripheral motor nerves for 
reduction of spasticity including electrodiagnosis 
of motor point: 

G485 Major nerve and/or branches 22.75 

G486 Additional major nerve and/or branches 14.00 

Repeat procedure within one month 

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3199 



Code PSYCHIATRY 

G487 — major nerve 

G488 — additional major nerve 

G47 1 Electroconvulsive therapy (E.C.T.) 

cerebral-single or multiple 

Note: Charges for hospital visits, home or office fees do not 
apply on a day when E.C.T. or individual 
psychotherapy is charged, i.e. by same physician, same 
diagnosis. 

TELERADIOTHERAPY 

+ G472 Minor teleradiotherapy—X-Ray, 150K.V.P. 

or less — charge per treatment visit 

THERMOGRAPHY (infra-red mammography.)— per 
area (e.g. both breasts, head, both knees, both 
calves, etc.) No additional claim may be made for 
repeat thermography after injection. 

G491 Technical component 

G492 Professional component 

UROLOGY 

G484 Cystometrogram with selective sacral 

nerve block studies 

+ G475 Cystometrogram and/or voiding pressure studies 
and/or flow rate with or without postural studies 
and/or urethral pressure profile including 
interpretation with or without use of EMG including 
interpretation 

+ G474 — urethral pressure profile alone 

including interpretation 

G477 — interpretation of comprehensive urodynamic 
studies (when the procedure is done by 
paramedical personnel) 

+ G476 Prostatic massage 

G479 ARTERIAL PUNCTURE 

VENIPUNCTURE 

+ G480 Infant 

+ G482 Child 

+ G489 Adolescent or Adult 

+ G483 Therapeutic venisection (Phlebotomy) 



G.P. Spec.Anaes.* 

$14.00 
9.00 



12.60 



5.40 



9.00 
4.55 



30.00 

10.85 
4.55 



2.80 
2.80 

4.55 



4.55 

2.80 

.90 

4.55 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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3200 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

OBSTETRICS 

1. Obstetrical care includes a complete history and physical examination, routine 
prenatal visits with necessary hemoglobin estimation; care during labour up to 18 hours, 
(after 18 hrs. see Preamble item #25.) delivery, post partum care and postnatal office visit. 

2. Ordinary immediate care of the newborn is included in the obstetrical benefit and, 
when the service is rendered, in the benefit for anaesthetist's services. When active 
resuscitation of the newborn is required by any physician, it may be claimed under codes 
G521 , G522 (Life Threatening Emergency Situation). 

3. Illnesses resulting from or associated with pregnancy requiring added home or 
hospital care should be claimed on a per visit basis. 

Note: If "False Labour" is the diagnosis, no additional claim should be made. 

4. When a pregnant patient visits her physician for a condition unrelated to her 
pregnancy and apart from her routine scheduled visits, the physician may claim 
appropriate visit benefits in addition to her obstetrical care. 

5. An obstetrician who is called by the family doctor at the time of delivery and 
performs only a minor part of the delivery, i.e., re-application of forceps, confirmation of 
position, should claim a consultation. However, if the obstetrician performs a major 
portion of the delivery, i.e., a forceps rotation, he should complete the delivery and claim 
$122.50 (the consultation plus operative delivery benefit). In the first instance, the family 
doctor may claim his regular delivery benefit but in the second instance, he should 
only claim the "attendance at labour and attendance at delivery" benefit. 

6. If an uncomplicated obstetrical patient is transferred from a family practitioner to 
an obstetrician for confinement, no consultation or assessment should be claimed since 
this is not a referral. The listing for "Operative delivery-other than Caesarian section; 
consultation and procedure" applies to those circumstances where the primary physician 
requests a more qualified person to deliver the baby because of the complexity of the case. 

7. Attendance at labour and attendance at delivery may be claimed when a physician 
refers an obstetrical patient to another physician for obstetrical care because of 
complications and does not apply when a patient is transferred for normal care. 

8. Medical induction or stimulation of labour should only be claimed when carried out 
for recognized obstetrical complications and does not quality for detention. 



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OBSTETRICS 

9. When a patient visits a physician for a diagnosis of pregnancy and subsequently 
attends another physician for full obstetrical care, up to two diagnostic visits may be 
allowed to the first physician without any reduction of the total benefit for the second 
physician. Where obstetrical care is divided by transferral between two physicians, the 
prenatal component of the benefits applicable to each physician shall be allowed on a 
"fee-for-service" basis provided that neither physician's claim individually exceeds the 
benefit for prenatal care. 

10. When a doctor provides newborn care and also performs a circumcision on the same 
newborn or infant, both services may be claimed even though the circumcision benefits 
normally include the pre- and post-operative care of the patient. 

1 1 . When an obstetrician routinely transfers all newborns to the care of a paediatrician, 
the latter should not claim consultation benefits for these "transferrals". If the baby is 
well, the paediatrician may claim the newborn care in hospital benefit of $24.50 plus 
$24.50 for attendance at maternal delivery (if this service is given). If the baby is sick, the 
paediatrician may claim for a general assessment and for attendance at maternal delivery 
(if this service is given) plus daily visits for as long as the paediatrician's services are 
required. If an obstetrician normally cares for newborns himself or transfers the care of 
newborns to a general practitioner but refers a newborn to a paediatrician because of the 
complexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case, the latter may claim a consultation for 
this service. 

12. When a doctor provides prenatal care, attends at labour, assists or administers the 
anaesthetic at Caesarian Section and visits the patient post-operatively, he is entitled to 
claim for prenatal care, attendance at labour and attendance at delivery, assistant's or 
anaesthetist's benefits for Caesarian Section and supportive care while the patient is in 
hospital. 

13. The Preamble applicable to Surgical Procedures (pages 135-139) also applies, where 
appropriate, to Obstetrics. 



Code OBSTETRICAL CARE G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes. 

POOl Total care $192.50 $213.50 

E500 Multiple births, any method of delivery 

—each child extra 21.00 21.00 

Divided prenatal care (more than one 

physician, see Obstetrics Preamble, item #9) 

P003 General assessment 17.50 

P203 Specific assessment 17.50 

P004 Minor assessment 7.35 

P204 Minor assessment 7.35 

POOS Prenatal care in office 77.00 84.00 

P006 Delivery 84.00 98.00 

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OBSTETRICS 

Code OBSTETRICAL CARE— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

P007 Postnatal care in hospital and/or home . $24.50 $24.50 

POOS Postnatal care in office visit fees visit fees 

P009 Attendance at labour and attendance at 

delivery 77.00 

Note: If paediatrician attends delivery use code 

H267(page51.) 
P038 Attendance at labour only (when patient 

is transferred to another centre for delivery) 42.00 
High risk pregnancies (I.O.P.) 
PO 1 Application of scalp electrode for foetal 

E.C.G. and heart rate monitoring $14.00 

POl 1 Insertion of intrauterine catheter 

(transabdominally or transcervically) 14.00 

POl 2 Scalp sampling technique — obtaining 

blood from foetal scalp 14.00 

Note: The above fees do not include 
consultation, visit or detention fees. 

POl 3 Obstetrical anaesthesia 5 

Continuous conduction anaesthesia (See 
General Preamble 31(0). 
PO 1 4 (a) introduction of catheter for 

analgesia including first dose 5 

POl 5 (b) maintenance (one unit for each Vi 
hour of maintenance up to a 
maximum of 6 units) 
ElOOC (a) attendance at delivery — per 

!4 hour time units 
P037 Double set up to rule out placenta 

praevia if patient does not proceed 

to Caesarian Section 24.50 

Operative Delivery: 

Caesarian Section with or without sterilization 

P017 Total, including pre and postnatal care 192.50 6 234.50 6 

POl 8 Consultation, procedure and post-operative 

careonly 133.00 6 164.50 6 

POl 9 Caesarian section, plus hysterectomy 

including pre and postnatal care 6 336.00 6 

Note: Attempted vaginal delivery, including 

episiotomy and repair by same physician 
(not allowed in addition) 
P020 Operative delivery — other than Caesarian 

section; consultation and procedure 98.00 122.50 5 

P02 1 Surgical induction of labour — consultation 

and procedure (if only service rendered) ... 21 .00 25.20 

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3203 



Code OBSTETRICAL CARE— Cont'd 



G.P. 



Asst." 



Spec. 



Anaes.* 



P022 Oxytocin infusion for medical induction 

or stimulation of labour 

Z739 Oxytocin challenge test (I.O.P.) 

U.V.C. Abortion — complete — under 20 weeks visit fees 

Z770 —incomplete— including D&C (I.O.P.) . . $24.50 
P024 —therapeutic 56.00 

The presentation of a case for abortion before 

a Hospital Abortion Committee is not a benefit 

of O.H.I. P. 

A pre-op consultation by a second 

gynaecologist, when required by the 

Hospital — not a benefit of O.H.I. P. 

P025 Amniocentesis (I.O.P.) 

P035 Genetic amniocentesis prior to 16 weeks 

of gestation (I.O.P.) 

P026 Hysterotomy — abdominal or vaginal, with 

or without sterilization 129.50 



$ 38.50 

24.50 

visit fees 

28.00 

70.00 



11.20 



38.50 



161.00 



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OBSTETRICS 

Code OBSTETRICAL CARE— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

P027 Missed abortion, with or without intrauterine 

hypertonic solution $66.50 $80.50 4 

P028 Repair of third degree laceration — 

consultation and procedure 49.50 59.50 4 

P036 Repair of vaginal laceration — consultation 

and procedure 38.50 4 

P039 Repair of cervical laceration — consultation 

and procedure 38.50 4 

P029 Retained placenta removal — consultation 

and procedure 31.50 38.50 4 

P030 Ectopic' pregnancy 129.50 6 161.00 6 

P03 1 Suture of incompetent cervix during 

pregnancy (Shirodkar procedure) 3 105.00 4 

P032 Emergency removal of sutures by doctor 

other than one who inserts sutures 

(except at delivery) 24.50 4 

P033 Sterilization — up to 6 weeks postpartum 

(in addition to obstetrical benefit) 73.50 6 91 .00 6 

Note: If performed by another physician 

useS741. 
P034 Uterine inversion, manual replacements 66.50 80.50 4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



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O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3205 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

Preamble: 

FOR DEFINITION OF THE ROLE OF THE REFERRING PHYSICIAN, SEE 

REFERRING PHYSICIAN SERVICES ON PAGE 13. 

FOR DEFINITION OF THE ROLES OF THE ANAESTHETIST, SEE 

ANAESTHETIST SERVICES ON PAGE 14. 

(1) The surgical benefit (except for those procedures marked (I.O.P.) includes the major 
pre-operative visit, i.e. consultation, general or specific assessment, if rendered 
within 60 days of surgery, plus the service rendered in the office (if rendered by the 
surgeon) immediately prior to surgery when the patient proceeds normally to surgery 
done by the same surgeon, hospital visits rendered by the surgeon three days prior to 
surgery, the usual operative procedure, the usual post-operative care rendered by the 
surgeon while the patient is in hospital, and one office visit for follow-up 
examination, if necessary. For patients remaining in hospital because of 
complications, visit benefits may be claimed in addition to the surgical benefit after 
the second post-operative week. The starting point for calculating the appropriate 
hospital visit benefit after the second post-operative week is the date of admission if 
the operating surgeon has admitted the patient or the date of referral if the patient 
has been referred to the operating surgeon while in hospital. 

(2) When an emergency outpatient surgical procedure (non I.O.P.) is performed in the 
course of a home or special visit, and the patient is not admitted to hospital, the home 
or special visit benefit (minor assessment) may be claimed as a premium in addition 
to the procedural fee. 

(3) When a procedure is performed, a procedural benefit, if listed, should be claimed. 
Substitution of consultation and/ or visit benefits for procedural benefits (except as in 
paragraph 4), is not in keeping with the intent of the schedule. 

(4) When surgical benefit (non I.O.P.) is less than the consultation benefit and the case is 
referred, the doctor may claim for the consultation instead of the surgical benefit. 
However, to avoid the consultation being counted as such under the OHIP limitation 
rules of one consultation per year, the doctor should claim for the consultation under 
the surgical procedure nomenclature or code. Since the consultation is replacing a 
procedural benefit which includes the pre- and post-operative and surgical care, no 
additional claims beyond the consultation should be made. 

(5) If a doctor performs a minor surgical procedure and during the same visit assesses 
and treats the patient for another completely unrelated and significant problem 
involving another body system, the doctor may claim for the procedure as well as for 
the appropriate assessment. 

(6) Additional claims for biopsies performed when a surgeon is operating in the 
abdominal or thoracic cavity may be given independent consideration. 

(7) The O.M.A. supports the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in its 
disapproval of itinerant surgery. The surgical benefits, except those marked I.O.P., 
include the pre- and post-operative care and when a surgeon engages in itinerant 
surgery, he should be prepared to provide the post-operative care. 



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(8) When a subsequent surgical procedure is necessary for the same condition during the 
same hospitalization or within normal convalescence, the allowance shall be the full 
benefit for the major procedure and half the usual benefit(s) for other procedures. 
This will not apply in cases where the subsequent operations are done by another 
surgeon. This paragraph applies to staged procedures not specifically covered in the 
schedule. 

(9) When different operative procedures are done by two different surgeons under the 
same anaesthesia for different conditions, the benefit will be 100% of the list benefit 
for each condition. Under these circumstances, the basic assistants' units should not 
be claimed by either operating surgeon; however time units may be charged. 

(10) As a general rule, when elective bilateral procedures are performed by two surgeons 
at the same time, one surgeon should claim for the surgical procedures in accordance 
with paragraph 15 (one stage) and the other surgeon should claim the assistant's 
benefit. 

(11) Where two surgeons are working together in surgery in which neither a team benefit 
or other method of claiming is set out in the schedule, the surgeon should identify 
himself as the operating surgeon and claim accordingly; the surgeon who is assisting 
him should identify himself as such and claim the assistant's benefit. Where the 
second or assistant surgeon is brought into the case on a consultation basis, he may, 
when indicated, claim a consultation as well but should be prepared to justify it on an 
I.e. basis. If the nature or complexity of a procedure requires more than one 
operating surgeon each providing a separate service in his own specialized field e.g. 
one surgeon carries out the ablative part and another surgeon the reconstructive part 
of the procedure, then each surgeon should claim the listed benefit for his services. 
This statement applies when the additional procedure(s) are not the usual components 
of the main procedure. If one surgeon acts solely as an assistant to the other, the 
former may claim assistant's benefits for his services. 

(12) When a subsequent operation(s) becomes necessary for the same condition because of 
a complication during the same hospitalization, the full benefit will apply for each 
procedure. 

(13) When a subsequent operation(s) becomes necessary, for a new condition developing 
during the same hospitalization, the full benefit will apply for each procedure. 

(14) When a subsequent elective procedure is done for a different condition during the 
same hospitalization, the benefit for the lesser procedure shall be reduced by 25 "Vo 
unless performed by another surgeon in which case the full benefit will apply. 

(15) In bilateral procedures (including "E" codes), the following benefits will apply 
(unless otherwise stated). 

One stage — 60*Vo higher than unilateral benefit. 

Two stage (within the same hospital admission)— 75% higher than the unilateral 

benefit. 

Two stage (separate hospital admission)— 100% higher than the unilateral benefit. 



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SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

(16) When a bilateral procedure (non I.O.P.) is carried out at the same time as another 
non I.O.P. procedure, the bilateral benefit should be computed in accordance with 
paragraph 15, divided by one half in accordance with paragraph 18 and added to the 
total listed benefit for the other procedure. 

(17) Unless otherwise stated, procedural benefits are for unilateral procedures; the 
formula under paragraph 1 5 applies to bilateral procedures. 

(18) When more than one operative procedure is performed (uni or bilateral) by the same 
surgeon at the same time and under the same anaesthetic, the benefit shall be the full 
benefit for the major procedure; one-half the listed benefit(s) for additional 
procedures, except where such combined operations are independently specified as 
items in this Schedule. 

This does not apply in the case where a normal appendix or simple ovarian or 
paraovarian cyst is removed incidentally during an operation, for which no charge 
should be made. 

(19) Where a procedure is specified as "Independent Operative Procedure (I.O.P.)", the 
procedural benefit may be claimed in full. In addition, visit benefits, consultations 
etc. may be claimed when such services are actually rendered. When an I.O.P. 
procedure is done in conjunction with other non-I.O.P. procedures, there shall be no 
diarge for the consultation, pre- and post-operative care related to the I.O.P. pro- 
cedure but the listed I.O.P. benefit may be charged in these circumstances. When 
multiple or bilateral I.O.P. procedures are performed at the same time by the same 
doctor, the listed procedural benefits may be claimed in full but the pre- and post- 
operative benefits should be claimed as if only one procedure had been performed. 

(20) When procedures are specifically listed under Surgical Procedures, plastic surgeons 
should use these listings rather than applying one of the plastic surgery benefits listed 
under operations on skin and subcutaneous tissue. 

(21) Skin grafts or pedicle flaps done during a procedure should be claimed for on their 
own merit (unless specifically listed as being inclusive for that procedure). 

(22) Cosmetic or Aesthetic Surgery: means a service to enhance appearance without being 
medically necessary such as (a) surgery for correction of facial wrinkles; (b) surgery 
for eyelid wrinkles (symmetrical and without a functional problem); (c) rhinoplasty 
for appearances only; and (d) augmentation mammoplasty for symmetrical 
deficiency without physiological abnormality. 

(23) Reconstructive Surgery: is surgery to restore normal appearance and function to any 
area altered by disease, trauma or congenital deformity. 

(24) Procedural benefits (non I.O.P.) include the removal of sutures where both services 
are rendered by the same doctor unless the removal of sutures is done after one office 
visit for follow up examination has already been provided. When a doctor is entitled 
to claim for removal of sutures i.e. as outlined in the previous sentence or is a doctor 
other than the operating surgeon or following an I.O.P. procedure, the benefit for 



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SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

removal of sutures or an office visit benefit (if the patient is also assessed) may be 
claimed but not both. 

(25) No claim should be made for application of plaster associated with fractures or 
dislocations which have all inclusive benefits or if applied at the time of any surgery. 
However, if plaster is applied under any other circumstances, the claims for 
application of plaster should be made in accordance with the schedule listings on page 
149. 

(26) The removal of a wire or pin or other device when used for traction or external 
fixation in the treatment of a fracture or other orthopaedic procedure is to be 
included in the procedural benefit. Removal of devices used for internal fixation may 
be charged for in addition to the procedural benefit. 

(27) The benefit for total hip replacement also includes denervation of the hip joint and 
adductor or abductor tenotomy. 

(28) Where closed irrigation is instituted in a bony cavity, soft tissues or joint during a 
surgical procedure, add $36.40 (E550). 

(29) Where a bone graft is required (except for fusions and management of 
pseudarthrosis) in the course of an operative procedure add $45.40 (E551) if 
autogenous bone is taken through a separate incision; add $36.40 (E552) if 
autogenous bone is taken through the same incision, and add $18.20 (E553) if 
homogenous bone is used. 

(30) When laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy are carried out as combined procedures, the 
doctor may claim for one or the other but not both. 

(31) No claim should be made for bronchoscopy carried out immediately following 
thoracic surgery under the same anaesthetic by the same surgeon. 

(32) The benefit for gas endarterectomy of a coronary artery is the same as for coronary 
endarterectomy. 

(33) The surgical benefit for treating a bleeding duodenal or gastric ulcer will be on an 
I.e. basis. 

(34) When the laparoscope is used as a means of entrance to perform an intra abdominal 
procedure, no extra benefit for laparoscopy may be claimed. 

(35) When an exploratory laparotomy is performed followed by a colostomy through 
another incision in the abdomen, the colostomy should be claimed at 100% and the 
laparotomy at 50% of the listed benefit. 

(36) The benefits for excision, ligation, injection of haemorrhoids and treatment of intra 
or perianal condyloma accuminata include anoscopy. 



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SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

(37) No additional claim should be made for nephroscopy when done at the time of 
pyelolithotomy or nephrolithotomy. 

(38) In a routine surgical approach to the kidney and related procedures, no additional 
claim should be made for rib resection carried out for access purposes. 

(39) Visit benefits only, as applicable, may be claimed for changing a suprapubic tube. 

(40) A T.U.R. followed within 10 days by a bilateral orchidectomy because of carcinoma 
of the prostate should be claimed in accordance with paragraph (8) of the Surgical 
Preamble. 

(41) No claim should be made for pre-cystoscopy dilation of the male urethra unless 
urethral stricture is the primary diagnosis. No claim should be made for dilation of 
the female urethra when done at the same time as cystoscopy. 

(42) If a D & C is part of the normal procedure carried out by the surgeon prior to other 
gynaecological surgery, no extra benefit should be claimed for the D & C. If the D & 
C is done because of disease or for therapeutic reasons prior to other gynaecological 
surgery, the D & C should be claimed at one-half of the listed benefit in keeping with 
paragraph (18) of the Surgical Preamble. 

(43) Tubal ligation benefit regardless of technique-as currently listed in the schedule. 

(44) If culdoscopy is performed as part of a sterilization procedure, no extra claim should 
be made for the culdoscopy. 

(45) Consultation and visit benefits related to infertility in* estigations may be claimed in 
addition to the benefits for a D & C and hysterosalpingogram with the exception of 
the service provided immediately prior to surgery. 

(46) When debridement of ears under microscopy is carried out for removal of cerumen or 
for access purposes only, no charge should be made for the debridement. If 
debridement of ears under microscopy is carried out because of pathology, a claim 
may be made for this service. 

(47) If claims are being submitted in coded form, the surgeon should add the suffix A to 
the listed procedural code, the surgical assistant should add the suffix B to the listed 
procedural code and the anaesthetist should add the suffix C to the listed procedural 
code. 

(48) Where only one benefit is listed, it shall apply to any physician rendering the service, 
regardless of specialty. 



1149 



3210 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE 



G.P. 



Asst.^ 



Spec. Anaes. * 



Incision (I.O.P.) 

Abscess or Haematoma 

ZlOl local anaesthetic — subcutaneous $ 7.00 

Z104 —perianal 7.00 

Z106 — ischiorectal or pilonidal 22.75 

Z103 — palmar or plantar spaces 22.75 

Z102 general anaesthetic — subcutaneous.... 22.75 4 

Z105 —perianal 22.75 4 

Z107 ischiorectal or pilonidal 38.50 4 

Z108 — palmar or plantar spaces 38.50 4 

Comedones, Acne pustules, Milia 

Z119 —ten or less 2.10 

Z120 — eleven or more 7,70 

Z114 Foreign body removal — local anaesthetic . 9.00 

Zl 15 — general anaesthetic 45.50 4 

ZIOO —complicated I.C. 4 

Z 11 6 Biopsy(s) — any method — when sole 

procedure 7.70 

Z155 — extensive, complicated or requiring 

general anaesthetic — when sole 

procedure I.C. I.C. 

Excision (witii or without biopsy) 

Benign Lesions — single or multiple sites 

Group 1 — verruca, papilloma, benign 

keratosis, pyogenic granuloma, 

spider naevus 

Removal by excision and suture 

R065 —single lesion 12.60 4 

R066 —two lesions 18.90 4 

R067 —three lesions 28.00 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1150 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM 



3211 



Code SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS 
TISSUE— Cont'd 

Removal by electrocoagulation and/or 
curetting 

R(X)3 — single lesion 

R004 — two lesions 

R005 — three or more lesions 

Group 2 — naevus 

Removal by excision and suture 

R006 — single lesion 

ROOT — two lesions 

R008 — three or more lesions 

Note: Naevi removed for cosmetic purposes 

and not for any clinical suspicion 

of disease or malignancy may be 

billed to the patient. 

Group 3 — plantar verruca 

U. V.C. Paring of warts and corns 

Removal by excision and suture 

R068 — single lesion 

R064 — two lesions 

R069 — three or more lesions 

Removal by electrocoagulation and/ or 
curetting 

R061 — single lesion 

R062 — two lesions 

R063 — three or more lesions 

Group 4 — cyst, haemangioma, lipoma 
(I.O.P.) 

Face or neck 

local anaesthetic 

Z122 — single lesion , 

Z123 — two lesions 

Z124 — three or more lesions 

general anaesthetic 

Z145 — single lesion 

Z146 — two lesions 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. 


Anaes.* 


$11.20 


4 


10. »u 


4 


25.20 


4 


12.60 


4 


18.90 


4 


28.00 


4 



visit fees 



21.00 


4 


31.50 


4 


52.50 


4 


18.90 


4 


28.00 


4 


49.00 


4 



15.40 
24.50 
31.50 

31.50 
45.50 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1151 



3212 



Code 



Z147 
Z148 



Z125 
Z126 
Z127 

Z149 
Z150 
Z151 
Z152 



R094 
R040 
R041 

R095 
R042 
R043 
Note: 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS 
TISSUE— Cont'd 

— three or more lesions 

— extensive or massive 

Other areas 
local anaesthetic 

— single lesion 

— two lesions 

— three or more lesions 

general anaesthetic 

— single lesion 

— two lesions 

— three or more lesions 

— extensive or massive 

Malignant and premalignant lesions 
including biopsy of each lesion by 
simple excision, or curettage and 
electrodessication or cryo-surgery 

— single or multiple sites 

localized malignancy 

— single lesion 

— two lesions 

— three or more lesions 

pre-malignant lesion 

— single lesion 

— two lesions 

— three or more lesions 

For cases involving R094, R095, 
R040-43, apply appropriate fee listed 
under Repair section instead of fees 
attached to the foregoing fee codes if 
corrected by rotation, transposition, 
"Z" plasty, flap or graft. 
Pilonidal cyst 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes. 



$63.00 

I.e. 



11.20 
15.40 

22.75 

$22.75 
31.50 
45.50 

I.e. 



45.50 

67.50 

112.50 

24.50 
36.40 
59.50 



R035 


— simple excision or marsupilaization . . 


$77.00 


3 


98.00 


4 


R036 


— excision and skin shift 

Inguinal, perineal or axillary skin and 
sweat glands for hyperhydrosis and/or 
hidradenitis 


98.00 


3 


122.50 


4 


R059 


— unilateral 




3 


144.00 


5 


R060 


— with skin graft(s) or rotation 












flap(s) 




3 


211.50 


6 



♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1152 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3213 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM 

Code SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS 

TISSUE— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Repair 

Burns, Wounds, Lacerations, Tissue 
Defects, Debridement and Dressing 
(I.O.P.) 

U.V.C. — minor visit fees 

Zl 53 — major (not chargeable in addition to 

any surgical procedure unless 
complication(s) require such care in 
excess of the usual post-operative care) $4.90 

Z144 — requiring general anaesthetic 4 24.50 4 

R082 —extensive 4 I.C. 5 

Suture 

R076 — simple and uncomplicated 

— insertion of sutures only 9.80 

R075 — when above service rendered 

in private office 1 1 .90 

R077 — removal of sutures only 4.90 

Note: Refer to Surgical Preamble, #24. 
R078 — extensive, multiple, complicated, 

primary or secondary (including 
post-operative haemorrhage) or 

requiring general anaesthetic I.C. 4 

Note: The listed fees include the use of 
sutures, local anaesthetic, tetanus 
toxoid and routine observation until 
the sutures have been removed. 

Skin Flaps and Grafts — The fee will 
depend on the size and location of 
the area grafted and the type of graft. 
Additional procedures other than the 
skin grafting are extra, e.g. tendon 
grafts, inlay grafts, etc. 

Skin Flaps 

A. Rotations, Transpositions, "Z" plasty 

(not to include simple undermining) 

but will depend on the site and size 

R072 Defect less than 5 cm. average diameter. . . 3 77.00 4 

R073 Defect more than 5 cm. average diameter . 4 171.50 4 

R074 Defect more than 10cm. average diameter . 4 I.C. 5 

E545 —add 50% if defect on face 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent, (see preamble). 



1153 



3214 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM 

Code SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS 

TISSUE— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

B. Pedicle Flaps — direct 

R079 Small e.g. cross finger 4 $77.00 4 

R080 Large e.g. cross leg 4 217.00 6 

E546 — 50% of above fees for each subsequent 
stage 

C. Pedicle Flaps — indirect 

R103 Delay of tube or pedicle 42.00 4 

RlOl Minor stage — per operation 3 77.00 4 

RlOO Major stage — per operation 4 157.50 5 

Skin Grafts (Includes taking the skin for grafting) 

A. Split Thickness Grafts 

R084 Very minor, very small areas, e.g., trauma 59.50 4 

R085 Minor, medium sized areas, e.g. 

small or average varicose ulcer, 

breast, etc $ 66.50 3 84.00 4 

R086 Intermediate, large areas, trunk 

arms, legs 1 12.00 4 140.00 4 

R087 Major, complex areas, e.g., 

face, neck, hands 4 210.00 5 

R088 Extensive major, very large areas 4 297.50 6 

B. Full Thickness Grafts 

R092 Minor— less than 1 cm. average diameter. . 56.00 4 

R093 Intermediate— 1 to 5 cm. average diameter 3 77.00 4 

R083 Major— over 5 cm 5 I.C. 5 

R091 Complex— eyelid, nose, lip, face 4 1 19.00 5 

Note: Submit Claims with Op. Report. 

C. Composite Graft 

R105 —Using microvascular anastomosis. ,. . 4 367.50 8 

Skin Flaps and Grafts 

R106 —other than listed above I.C. I.C. I.C. 

Webbed Fingers 

R089 —one web space 4 147.00 5 

Webbed Toes 

R090 —one web space 4 73.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1154 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code 



Z121 
Note: 



Z128 
Z129 



Z130 
Z131 



Z117 
Z118 
Z143 



Z137 



R096 
R104 
R097 
R098 

Note: 

R099 



R070 
R071 
R081 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3215 



OPERATIONS ON THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM 



SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS 
TISSUE— Cont'd 

Destruction 

Epilation/Electrolysis of facial hairs 
(I.O.P.) 

— per quarter hour 

Claims for the above procedure require 

O.H.I.P. approval. 
Finger or toe-nail (I.O.P.) 

Simple, partial or complete — one 

— multiple 

Radical, including destruction of 

nail bed 

— one 

— multiple 

Chemical treatment (Photo inactivation) 

of minor skins lesions (I.O.P.) 

— one lesion 

— two lesions 

— three or more lesions 

Cryotherapy, carbon dioxide snow, liquid 

nitrogen (including treatment via 

duck bill acne planing tip) (I.O.P.) 

— initial or subsequent, per treatment 

of lesions 

Plastic planing (Dermabrasion) — face 

for acne 

— each area 

— both cheeks 

— whole face 

single area (other than face) e.g., 

trauma scar 

Claims for the above procedure require 

O.H.I.P. approval. 
Rhinophyma, removal by shaving 

Tumours not previously listed 

Simple excision 

Radical excision 

Chemosurgery (Mohs technique) 



G.P. Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$8.40 



11.20 


4 


16.80 


4 


28.00 


4 


36.40 


4 


3.15 




4.75 




7.70 





5.45 



49.50 
119.00 
171.50 

36.40 



147.00 



I.e. 


I.C 


I.e. 


i.e 


I.e. 


I.e. 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1155 





$ 59.50 


4 


3 


84.00 


4 


4 


140.00 


4 


4 


210.00 


5 


4 


297.50 


6 



3216 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM 

Code SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS 

TISSUE— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Plastic Surgery Procedures: (see Surgical 
Preamble, #20.) 

R150 Very Minor 

R151 Minor 

R152 Intermediate 

R153 Major 

R154 Extensive Major 

Note: Taking of skin by a surgeon for grafting by 

an Oral Surgeon claim as R150. 



OPERATIONS ON THE BREAST 

Incision 

Z141 Needlebiopsy— oneor more(I.O.P.) 11.20 

Z139 Aspiration of cyst — oneor more (I. G.P.) . 11.20 

Drainage of intramammary abscess 
— single or multi loculated (I. G.P.) 

Z140 —local anaesthetic 1 1 .20 

Z740 —general anaesthetic 28.00 4 

Excision 

R107 Tumour or tissue for biopsy (single 

or multiple— same breast) $56.00 3 70.00 4 

Rill Partial mastectomy or wedge resection .. . 3 105.00 4 

R 1 1 5 Mastectomy — male (benign) — unilateral 

—simple 3 90.00 4 

R116 — subcutaneous with nipple preservation 4 140.00 5 

R108 Mastectomy — female (with or without 

biopsy)— simple 1 12.00 4 140.00 5 

R117 — subcutaneous with nipple preservation 112.00 4 140.00 5 

R109 Mastectomy, radical or modified radical 

(with or without biopsy) 189.00 5 234.50 6 

Z142 Removal of breast prosthesis and/or 

fibrous capsule (I.G.P.) 3 38.50 4 

U.V.C. Manipulation of capsule without 

anaesthetic visit fees 

G260 Manipulation of capsule with 

anaesthetic 22.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1156 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3217 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE 

INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM G.P. Asst* Spec. Anaes.* 



Code BREAST— Cont'd 

Repair 

Post-mastectomy breast reconstruction 

R 1 1 8 — breast skin reconstruction by 

flaps or grafts 4 210.00 5 

R 1 1 9 — breast mound creation by prosthesis 

and/or soft tissue 4 157.50 5 

R120 — nipple reconstruction by grafts 3 115.50 4 

R 1 1 Reduction mammoplasty (female, 

to include nipple transplantation or 

grafting)— unilateral 5 245.00 7 

R112 Augmentation mammoplasty — unilateral. 4 105.00 4 

Note: The above listed procedures require 
O.H.I.P. approval. 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1157 



3218 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



Note: 


Application of Plaster, Casts or Corrective 




Splints, (I. G.P.) (not to be claimed with 




fractures or dislocations which have all 




inclusive fees — cost of material is N.A.B.) 




Upper Limb 


Z201 


Finger 


Z202 


Hand 


Z203 


Arm, forearm or wrist 




Lower Limb 


Z199 


Foot 


Z213 


Below knee, knee splints 




(stovepipe etc.) 


Z211 


Whole leg (mid thigh to toes) 


Z198 


Toes 


Z205 


Head and torso 


Z206 


Body cast or shoulder spica 


Z872 


Milwaukee brace 


Z207 


Hip spica (uni or bilateral) 


Z216 


Wedging of Splints in other than 




fracture treatment (l.O.P.) 


Z867 


Table traction with corrective cast 




for spinal deformity (l.O.P.) 


Z200 


ApplicationofUnna's Paste (l.O.P.) .... 


U.V.C. 


Removal of plaster (not associated 




with fractures or dislocations within 




90 days of initial treatment) 




BONES 




Incision 




Drainage of Bone (Osteomyelitis) 




Upper Extremity — Osteomyelitis 




Hand or Foot 


R219 


Phalanx 


R220 


Metacarpal or metatarsal 


R221 


Carpus or tarsus 




Humerus — Acute Osteomyelitis 


R222 


Incision and drainage 


R223 


Saucerization 


R224 


Secondary closure 





$ 4.55 






9.10 


4 




14.00 


4 




9.10 


4 




14.00 


4 




18.20 


4 




4.55 


4 


3 


28.00 


4 


3 


22.75 


4 




31.50 


4 


3 


31.50 
7.00 


4 




45.50 


4 




9.10 





visit fee 



45.50 
73.50 
73.50 

94.50 

147.00 
73.50 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1158 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



3219 



Code BONES— Cont'd 

Humerus — Chronic 

R225 Sequestrectomy, simple 

R226 Saucerization and bone chips 

where necessary 

R227 Secondary closure . . . . 

Skin graft — see skin graft fees. 
Radius or Ulna — Acute Osteomyelitis 

R228 Incision and drainage 

R229 Saucerization 

R230 Secondary closure 

Radius or Ulna — Chronic 
Osteomyelitis 

R231 Sequestrectomy, simple 

R232 Saucerization with bone chips 

where necessary 

R233 Secondary closure 

Lower Extremity 
Tibia — Acute Osteomyelitis 

R237 Incision and drainage 

R238 Saucerization 

Tibia — Chronic Osteomyelitis 

R239 Sequestrectomy, simple 

R240 Saucerization and bone chips 

where necessary 

R241 Secondary closure 

Femur — Acute Osteomyelitis 

R242 Incision and drainage 

R243 Saucerization — shaft 

R244 —neck 

Femur — Chronic Osteomyelitis 

R245 Sequestrectomy, simple 

R246 Saucerization and bone chips 

where necessary — shaft 

R247 —neck 

R248 Secondary closure 

Pelvis 

R249 Sequestrectomy, simple 

R250 Other, depending on extent of 

operation 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$ 94.50 

168.00 
73.50 



3 94.50 4 

3 147.00 4 

3 73.50 4 



94.50 



3 
3 


168.00 
73.50 


4 

4 


3 

3 


94.50 
147.00 


4 
4 


3 


94.50 


4 


3 
3 


168.00 
77.00 


4 
4 


3 
4 
5 


119.00 
192.50 
192.50 


4 
6 
6 


3 


119.00 


4 


4 
5 
3 


192.50 

192.50 

77.00 


6 
6 
4 


4 


147.00 


4 


4 


I.e. 


5 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1159 



3220 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code BONES— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Vertebra — Acute or Chronic 
Osteomyelitis 

R251 Incision and drainage 4 $1 19.00 4 

R252 Saucerization or costo- 

transversectomy 4 241 .50 5 

R253 Secondary closure 4 73.50 4 

R254 Sequestrectomy, simple 4 119.00 4 

R234 Anterior decompression or 

posterior rachotomy 7 385.00 10 

R256 Skull and Mandible— Osteomyelitis . . 7 I.C. 8 

Transection of Bone — Osteotomy 

R235 Paraglenoid 4 192.50 4 

R257 Phalanx, terminal 38.50 4 

E59I Each additional 19.25 

R258 Phalanx, middle or proximal, 

metacarpal, metatarsal $77.00 3 94.50 4 

E592 Each additional 38.50 47.25 

R259 Radius, ulna, os calcis, fibula 3 1 19.00 4 

R260 Humerus 4 147.00 4 

R261 Tibia with or without fibula— child 3 147.00 4 

R266 —adolescent or adult 3 192.50 4 

R262 Femur— shaft 4 241 .50 5 

R263 —neck 5 241.50 7 

R296 Spine — posterior osteotomy(s) with 

fusion 9 455.00 9 

E549 — with rib and/or tranverse 

release, add 91 .00 

R303 — anterior osteotomy(s) with 

fusion 9 472.50 9 

R310 Circumferential osteotomy with 

stabilization 9 I.C. 9 

R265 Pelvis (Innominate or iliac 

osteotomy) 8 241 .50 8 

Removal of Fixation Devices (see Surgical 
Preamble item #26.) 
R267 Incision for removal of bone 

plates, screws, and other appliances 

used for bone fixation 49.50 3 59.50 4 

R268 Minor incision only under local 

or general anaesthetic 22.50 3 28.00 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1160 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 
Code BONES— Cont'd 



3221 



R272 



Z868 

R274 

Z869 
Z870 
Z242 



R278 

R279 
R280 
R284 

R285 
R317 
R236 



R286 
R287 
R288 

R289 
R281 
R290 
R291 



Excision 

Bone Tumour, depending on 
site and extent 



Bone Biopsy 
Vertebra 
— with or without x-ray control 

(I.O.P.) 

— open 

Other 

—punch, simple (I.O.P.) $18.20 

— punch, x-ray control (I.O.P.) 

— open (I.O.P.) — biopsy or 
taking of bone graft by other 

than operating surgeon 

R274, Z242 — Internist or haematologist 
should use Z403. (page 109). 

ExdsioH 

SkuU 
Maxilla, with extenteration of 

orbit and skin graft 

Maxilla advancement 

Mandible 

Mandibular condyle 

Upper Extremity 

Carpal bone — one or more 

Dorsal exostosis — triquetrum 

Carpal bone(s), excision and 

replacement 

Radius 

— styloid 

— head 

— head with replacement 

Ulna 

— lower end/styloid process 

— with replacement 

— olecranon 

— olecranon and fascial repair 



G.P. Asst* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 


I.e. 


$94.50 


I.e. 




to 


by 




336.00 


region 


4 


70.00 


4 


4 


147.00 


7 


SI 8.20 


22.75 


4 




45.50 


4 



73.50 



290.50 
241.50 
192.50 
147.00 

147.00 
59.50 

168.00 



3 


94.50 


4 


3 


119.00 


4 


3 


147.00 


4 


3 


94.50 


4 


3 


119.00 


4 


3 


119.00 


4 


3 


147.00 


4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1161 



3222 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code BONES— Cont'd. 



R292 
R293 
R294 
R295 

R297 

R298 



R299 
E593 
R300 

R301 
R302 

R305 
R306 
R307 

R282 
R308 
R309 
E587 

R311 



R312 
R313 

R314 
R315 

R318 



R316 



G.P. 



Excision — Cont'd 

Humerus 

— head 

— head with replacement 

— exostosis 

— tumour — simple excision 

— extensive resection and 

reconstruction 

Acromion or outer end of clavicle 

Lower Extremity 
Foot Bones 

— proximal phalanx (includes R309). . 
Each additional (includes E587) 

— tumour of phalanx, excision 
and replacement 

— sesamoids 

— bunion (ette) — exostectomy only 
— unilateral 

— scaphoid, accessory 

— tarsal bar 

— calcaneal spur, exostosis 
or bony prominence 

— excision of exostosis 

— OS calcis or talus 

— metatarsal head (includes R299) . . . 

each additional (includes E593) 

Tibia 

— exostosis 

— tumour (see humerus) 
Patella 

— simple 

— with reconstruction or fascial repair 
Femur 

— exostosis 

— head and neck 

— tumour (see humerus) 

— core biopsy of head and 

neck (forage) 

Trunk 

— cervical or first rib — complete 
removal 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 





4 


$192.50 


5 




4 


241.50 


6 




4 


94.50 


4 




4 


119.00 


4 




4 


LC. 


6 




4 


119.00 


4 




3 


73.50 
36.75 


4 




3 


119.00 


4 


$77.00 


3 


94.50 


4 


49.00 


3 


59.50 


4 




3 


94.50 


4 




3 


122.50 


4 


59.50 


3 


73.50 


4 




3 


45.50 


4 




3 


150.50 


4 




3 


73.50 
22.75 


4 



94.50 



3 


119.00 


4 


3 


192.50 


4 


4 


101.50 


4 


4 


192.50 


6 



140.00 



227.50 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1162 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3223 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 
Code BONES— Cont'd. G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Excision — Cont'd. 

R283 — cervical and first rib — complete 

removal 6 $280.00 6 

Z217 —rib resection for drainage (I. G.P.) . 6 56.00 6 

Management of Pseudarthrosis — 

(including bone grafts) in the management 

of pseudarthrosis (non-union of bones or 

joints), if internal fixation is added or 

revised, add $36.75 (E590) to the surgical 

benefit for the management. 

R321 Metacarpal or phalanx 

R322 Scaphoid 

R323 Radius or ulna 

R324 Radius and ulna (including 

reconstruction of congenital 

anomahes) 

R325 Humerus 

R326 Tibia 

R363 Lateral or medial malleolus 

(non-union) 

R327 Fibular transfer 

R328 Femur, neck or shaft 

R364 Pelvis (non-union) 

R329 Clavicle 

Repair, Manipulation and Reconstruction 

Lengthening of Bone 

R331 Tibia 

R332 Femur 

Shortening of Bone 

R333 Femur 

R337 Metatarsal— one $ 94.50 

R338 —more than one 140.00 

Fusion of bone — Epiphysiodesis 

R339 Tibia 

R340 Femur 

R341 Tibia and Femur 

Epiphyseal Stapling 

R342 Tibia 

R343 Femur 

R344 Tibia and Femur 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



3 
3 
3 


140.00 
182.00 
161.00 


4 
4 
4 


3 

4 
4 


227.50 
182.00 
182.00 


4 

4 
4 


3 
4 
6 
.C. 

4 


161.00 

227.50 

227.50 

LC. 

161.00 


4 

6 

6 

LC. 

4 


4 
4 


252.00 
315.00 


4 
4 


4 
4 
4 


245.00 
119.00 
168.00 


4 
4 
4 


4 
4 
4 


192.50 
192.50 
241.50 


5 
5 
5 


4 
4 
4 


147.00 
147.00 
220.50 


4 
4 

5 



1163 



3224 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code BONES— Cont'd. 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes. 



Scoliosis, Kyphosis and Kyphoscoliosis 
(spinal curvatures, deformities) 

R356 Corrective localizer cast $75.00 4 

R345 Definitive care, corrective cast(s) and 

fusion (includes R356) 8 430.50 9 

Harrington procedure (for correction 
and fixation of fracture 
dislocations of spine 
seepg 163) 

R347 —without fusion 8 476.00 12 

R362 —with fusion 8 546.00 12 

E554 — with posterior osteotomy, add .... 91.00 

R348 Removal of Harrington apparatus 8 94.50 8 

R349 Revision of failed procedure 

with osteotomy of spine 8 LC. 12 

Anterior instrumentation of spine 
and/or osteotomy 

R350 —via chest or abdomen 9 546.00 17 

R359 —via chest and abdomen 9 637.00 17 

R361 Halo pelvic and Halo femoral traction 

prior to surgery for correction of 

scoliosis (complete care) 3 182.00 4 

R365 Electrospinal instrumentation 364.00 10 

R366 — with muscle stripping of spine 455.00 12 

R367 — repair and/or replacement of 

electrodes 140.00 10 

R368 — removal of electrospinal 

instrumentation 94.50 8 

Reconstruction of Mandible 
Reconstruction of mandible with 
bone graft 

R334 —partial 4 259.00 10 

R335 —complete 4 385.00 10 

R354 Interdental wiring for temporo- 

mandibular joint disorder, including 

removal of wires 3 91.00 5 

R375 Reconstruction for major congenital 
abnormalities affecting the face and 
skull — not otherwise listed I.C. I.C. I.C. 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1164 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 




3225 


SURGICAL PROCEDURES 






OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 






Code BONES— Cont'd. G.P. Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 



Hypertelorism correction 

R376 — intracranial approach 

R377 — subcranial approach 

R378 Total maxillary advancement — Le 

Fort 111 osteotomy with bone grafts . . 
R379 Lower maxillary osteotomy and 

advancement (simple) — Le Fort I 

osteotomy with bone grafts 

R380 Lower maxillary osteotomy and 

advancement — dental arch in two 

segments 

R381 Lower maxillary osteotomy and 

advancement (complex) — dental arch 

in three or more segments 

R382 Dento-Alveolar osteotomy (simple) — 

Kole or Wassmund procedure 

R383 Dento-Alveolar osteotomy (complex) — 

anterior or posterior movement of 

dental segment in two or more 

sections 

R384 Mandible osteotomy for retrognathia 

or prognathism (one of more stages). . 
E588 — when combined with apertognathia 

or lateratognathia add 

Application of dental arch bars 

for facial osteotomies 

Z239 —one arch bar (l.O.P.) 

Z240 —two arch bars (l.O.P.) 

Genioplasty for facial reconstruction 

R386 — one step advancement 

R387 — two step advancement 

R388 — three step advancement 

R389 Le Fort 11 maxillary osteotomy and 

advancement with bone grafts 

R390 Peri-orbital correction of Treacher- 

CoUins Syndrome, with rib and 

iliac grafts 

Correction of unilateral orbital dystopia 
R391 — total repositioning one orbit 

— intracranial approach 

R392 — subtotal repositioning one orbit 

— extracranial approach 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaethetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



$1,080.00 
810.00 


25 
25 


855.00 


25 


405.00 


20 


540.00 


20 


630.00 


20 


270.00 


10 


360.00 


10 


4 385.00 


10 


91.00 




4 45.50 
4 91.00 


4 
4 


91.00 
112.50 
157.50 


10 
10 
10 


630.00 


20 


720.00 


20 


720.00 


25 


540.00 


20 



1165 



3226 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code BONES— Cont'd. G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

R393 Complete forehead advancement $360.00 25 

Reconstruction of Chest 
Pectus excavatum or pectus carinatum 
(by reconstruction, not implant) 

R351 —infant 3 1 19.00 6 

R352 —other than infant 6 241 .50 11 

R353 Scapulopexy — congenital elevation 

or winged scapula 6 192.50 6 

Reconstruction of Foot 
MP fusion (great toe) — listed under 

Joints 
Toe fusion alone — listed under Joints 
Each additional toe — listed under Joints 
R309 Phalangectomy and/or excision of 

metatarsal head — also listed under 

Excision 3 73.50 4 

E587 — each additional — also listed under 

Excision 22,75 

Hallux valgus 

R304 —Keller, Mayo $77.00 3 73.50 4 

R355 — Joplin, Lapidus, MacBride or 

Mitchell (to include osteotomy, 
tendon transfers exostosectomy, 

bone grafts, etc.) — unilateral 3 147.00 4 

R360 Major forefoot reconstruction 

requiring multiple procedures — 

maximum — unilateral 3 241.50 5 

Congenital club foot — see Arthrodesis — 
p. 169; Manipulation — p. 171. 

FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS 

Preamble 

(a) OPEN REDUCTION shall mean the reduction of a fracture or dislocation by an 
operative procedure to include the exposure of the fracture or dislocation or 
intramedullary means of fixation. 

(b) CLOSED REDUCTION shall mean the reduction of a fracture or dislocation by 
non-operative methods (to include skin traction or K wire or Steinmann's pin for 
balanced traction.) 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



! 



1166 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3227 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 
FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS— Cont'd 

(c) FOR CLOSED REDUCTION with external skeletal or Roger Anderson type 
apparatus or percutaneous pinning of a fracture or dislocation, the closed reduction 
benefit plus 40% (E555) may be claimed. 

(d) NO REDUCTION shall mean the treatment of a fracture or dislocation by any 
method other than that designated in (a), (b), or (c) above. 

(e) The stated benefit is to cover full treatment including necessary after care up to 2 
months, (Includes both a second or subsequent application of a cast when the 
fracture has been treated by cast application but no reduction and Therapeutic 
Procedures under G467.) except as in (g) and (h) following. 

(f) In multiple fractures or dislocations, the benefit for the major fracture or dislocation 
shall be 100%, the benefit for the other fractures or dislocations treated by open 
reduction shall be 75% and other fractures or dislocations treated in a closed fashion 
shall be 50%. 

(g) In cases where two or more reductions (closed or open) are performed for one 
fracture or dislocation by one or more surgeons, the full benefit should be claimed 
for the final reduction and after care. Previous attempted reduction(s) should be 
claimed at 50% of the initial reduction (Initial reduction here refers to the listed 
benefit) and 25% for each subsequent attempted reduction(s). 

(h) When a patient is transferred from an acute care hospital to a chronic or convalescent 
facility, additional benefits on a chronic care basis shall be allowed to other than the 
operating surgeon. These benefits shall be based on the chronic care schedule. 

(i) Compound fractures or dislocations requiring extensive debridement — 50% over the 
benefit for reduction (E556). 

0) Open reduction of compound fracture or dislocation requiring reconstructive 
procedures, skin shifts, or neurovascular damage requiring reconstruction, etc., to be 
assessed at double the operative benefit (E557). Open reduction of fracture treated by 
bone graft use codes R321 to R329. 

(k) Where a patient is transferred to another surgeon for after care of a fracture or 
dislocation treated by no reduction or closed reduction, the surgeon rendering the 
initial care should claim 75% of the listed benefit and the surgeon rendering the 
subsequent care 50% except where otherwise specified. In cases involving open 
reduction, the percentages should be 80 and 45% respectively. 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1167 



3228 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS— Cont'd 

(1) In the case of fractures or dislocations or minor avulsion fractures not requiring 
reduction, visit benefits (use a fracture diagnosis) shall apply unless a specific benefit 
is listed. 

(m) The benefit for emergency splinting of a fracture in the emergency department should 
be on the basis of the emergency room visit or the special visit to the hospital 
whichever applies. 

(n) In case of fractures or fracture dislocations with associated paraplegia, hospital visit 
benefits may be charged in addition to the surgical benefit after three weeks of post- 
operative care. 



Code FRACTURES G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Upper Extremity 

Phalanx — terminal 

FOCI —no reduction $17.50 

F002 — closed reduction 

F003 — open reduction 

Middle and proximal 

F004 — no reduction, cast 

F005 — closed reduction 

E558 — each additional 

F007 — open reduction 

Metacarpal 
F008 — no reduction, one or more, cast. . . 

F009 — closed reduction, one or more .... 

FOll — open reduction 

E559 — each additional 

Bennett's Fracture — dislocation 

F012 — no reduction, cast 

FD13 — closed reduction 

F015 — open reduction 

Carpus (excluding scaphoid) 

F102 — no reduction, cast 

F016 — closed reduction, one or more .... 
FD17 — open reduction, one or more 

Scaphoid 
F018 —no reduction, cast 42.00 50.50 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



$17.50 




$21.00 








28.00 


4 






36.50 


4 


17.50 




21.00 




31.50 




36.50 
14.00 


4 


77.00 


4 


94.50 
24.50 


4 


35.00 




42.00 


4 


77.00 


4 


94.50 

22.75 

24.50 


4 


40.00 


3 


45.50 


4 




4 


94.50 
24.50 


4 






28.00 


4 




4 


94.50 


4 



1168 



1 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



3229 



Code FRACTURES— Cont'd. 



F019 
F020 

F022 
F023 
F024 
F025 
F026 
F027 

F028 
F030 

F031 
F032 
F033 

F034 
F035 
F036 



F037 
F038 

F039 
F040 
F041 

F042 
F043 
F044 

F047 
F048 
F049 

F050 
F051 
F052 



G.P. Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



— open reduction $147.00 

— partial excision 

Radius and Ulna 

— Monteggia — closed reduction 59.50 

— open reduction 

— Shafts — no reduction, cast 31.50 

— closed reduction 59.50 

— open reduction 140.00 

— CoUes (Barton's, Smith's) — 

— no reduction, cast 24.50 

— closed reduction 49.00 

— open reduction 1 19.00 

Radius or Ulna 

— no reduction, cast 24.50 

— closed reduction 42.00 

— open reduction 

Olecranon 

— no reduction, cast 31 .50 

— closed reduction 59.50 

— op)en reduction 

Humerus 
Epicondyle and condyle — medial or 
lateral 

— closed reduction 42.00 

— open reduction 94.50 

Supra or transcondylar 

— no reduction 

— closed reduction 59.50 

— open reduction 

Shaft 

— no reduction 

— closed reduction 77.00 

— open reduction 1 19.00 

Tuberosity 

— no reduction 

— closed reduction 

— open reduction 

Neck with dislocation of the head 

— no reduction 

— closed reduction 94.50 

— open reduction 



4 


$182.00 


4 


4 


119.00 


4 




73.50 


4 


3 


147.00 
36.50 


4 


3 


73.50 


4 


4 


168.00 
28.00 


4 


3 


59.50 


4 


4 


147.00 
28.00 


4 


3 


50.50 


4 


4 


119.00 


4 




36.50 


4 


3 


73.50 


4 


4 


119.00 


4 


3 


50.50 


4 


4 


119.00 
38.50 


4 


3 


73.50 


4 


4 


147.00 
52.50 


4 


3 


94.50 


4 


4 


147.00 
42.00 


4 


3 


73.50 


4 


4 


147.00 
52.50 


4 


3 


119.00 


4 


5 


220.50 


6 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1169 



3230 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code FRACTURES— Cont'd. 



G.P. Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



F053 
F054 
F055 



F056 
E560 
F058 
E561 
F060 

F061 
F062 
F063 
F064 
F065 



F066 
F067 
F068 

U.V.C. 

F070 

F071 

F072 

F073 



F074 
F075 

F076 
F077 
F046 

F090 



Neck without dislocation of the head 

— no reduction $ 42.00 

— closed reduction 73.50 4 

— open reduction 5 192.50 6 

Lower Extremity 
Phalanx 

— no reduction, cast $17.50 

— each addition 

— closed reduction 24.50 

— each additional 

— open reduction 4 

Metatarsus 

— no reduction — one or more 

— with cast 

— closed reduction — one or more .... 35.00 3 

— open reduction — one 59.50 4 

— two or more 4 

Tarsus — excluding os calcis — one 
or more 

-r-no reduction, cast 42.00 

— closed reduction 59.50 3 

— open reduction 4 

Os calcis 

— no reduction — no cast 

—cast 42.00 

— closed reduction (manipulation) . . . 

— open reduction 4 

— open reduction — primary 

arthrodesis 4 

Ankle fracture or fracture-dislocation 

— no reduction, cast 

— closed reduction 77.00 3 

— open reduction 

— on one malleolus 94.50 4 

— on more than one malleolus 4 

— one malleolus and ligament 

repair (2 incisions) 4 

— one malleolus and closed 
reduction of one or two malleoH . 4 



21.00 




4.55 




28.00 


4 


9.10 




73.50 


4 


24.50 




31.50 




42.00 


4 


73.50 


4 


112.00 


4 


50.50 




73.50 


4 


147.00 


4 


visit fees 




50.50 




73.50 


4 


147.00 


4 


192.50 


4 


36.50 




94.50 


4 


119.00 


4 


175.00 


5 


175.00 


5 


175.00 


5 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1170 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3231 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code FRACTURES— Cont'd. G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Tibia — with or without Fibula 

F078 —no reduction, cast $ 52.50 $ 64.50 

F079 —closed reduction 94.50 3 1 19.00 4 

F080 —open reduction— shaft 140.00 4 168.00 5 

F081 —plateau 155.00 4 192.50 5 

Fibula only 

F082 — no reduction, cast 36.50 

F083 —closed reduction 42.00 50.50 4 

F084 —open reduction 77.00 4 94.50 4 

Patella 

F085 —no reduction 38.50 

F087 — open reduction — excision 

and/or repair, simple 4 147.00 4 

F088 — excision and fascial repair 4 192.50 5 

Femur 
Shaft or transcondylar 

F089 —no reduction— cast 50.50 

— closed reduction — with or 
without anaesthetic 

F093 —infant 

F094 —child 94.50 

F095 —adolescent or adult 140.00 

F096 —open reduction 155.00 

F092 — closed reduction of fracture 

dislocation of hip 4 147.00 

Neck or intertrochanteric 

F097 —no reduction 59.50 

F098 — closed reduction 

F099 — open reduction — pin only 157.00 

FlOO —pin and plate . . 157.00 

FlOl Prosthesis, head of femur 165.00 

Spine 
Trauma 
U.V.C. Fracture of spinous or transverse 

process, facet, etc visit fees visit fees 

Fracture, dislocation, or 
fracture-dislocation 

Z236 —skull calipers (I. G.P.) 31.50 

Z241 —Halo traction (l.O.P.) 45.50 

E562 — with counter traction, femoral 

or iliac pin, add 18.20 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 





73.50 


4 


3 


119.00 


4 


3 


168.00 


4 


4 


192.50 


6 





70.00 


3 


168.00 


6 


196.00 


6 


196.00 


6 


206.50 



1171 



3232 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code FRACTURES— Cont'd. G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Without cord injury: 
F103 — closed reduction with or without 

anaesthetic, cast, frame, brace, etc. $94.50 $115.50 5 

U.V.C. — supervision, bed rest only visit fees visit fees 

F105 —open reduction 5 150.50 5 

F106 — with fusion and/ or internal 

fixation 7 315.00 10 

F107 — anterior discectomy and 

fusion and/or internal fixation . . 7 315.00 10 

With cord injury: 

U.V.C. — no operation visit fees visit fees 

F109 — closed reduction under anaesthesia . 5 227.50 5 

Fl 1 1 — open reduction and fusion 

and/or internal fixation 7 364.00 10 

F112 — open reduction with 

decompression of cord or nerve 

roots 7 364.00 10 

F104 — open reduction with 

decompression of cord or nerve 
roots and fusion and/or internal 

fixation. . . , 7 

F 1 1 3 — anterior decompression and 

fusion and/or internal fixation .... 7 

Sacrum 

U.V.C. — complete care visit fees 

Coccyx 

U.V.C. — no reduction visit fees 

Fl 15 —excision 63.00 4 

Trunk 

U.V.C. Clavicle — management visit fees 

Fl 18 — open reduction 4 

Scapula — body, neck or glenoid 

F119 —no reduction 31.50 

F120 — closed reduction 

F121 — open reduction 4 

Sternum 

F122 — no reduction 24.50 

F123 — closed reduction 

Fl 24 — open reduction — fee would depend 
on extent of operations and 
complications LC. 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



409.50 


10 


364.00 


13 


visit fees 


5 


visit fees 




77.00 


4 


visit fees 




147.00 


4 


36.50 




73.50 




192.50 


5 


28.00 




50.50 





1172 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3233 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code FRACTURES— Cont'd. G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

F125 — pleura closed 4 4 

F126 —pleura open 9 13 

Ribs 

U.V.C. —uncomplicated visit fees visit fees 

F 1 30 — complicated — requiring special 

treatment I.C. LC. 

Fl 3 1 — pleura closed 4 4 

F132 — pleura open 9 13 

Pelvis 
Fl 33 — no reduction, bed rest and 

supervision $42.00 $50.50 

F134 — closed reduction, manipulation 

and control 3 147.00 4 

F135 —open reduction 4 245.00 7 

Fl 16 — with visceral injury LC. LC. LC. 

Head 
Nasal bones 

U.V.C. — no reduction visit fees visit fees 

F136 —closed reduction 42.00 50.50 4 

F137 — open reduction — rhinoplastic 

method 119.00 4 

Fl 17 — complicated with internal 

or external fixation 168.00 5 

Mandible 
U.V.C. — no reduction — no wiring of teeth .. visit fees visit fees 

F138 — closed reduction — including 

wiringofteeth 119.00 147.00 5 

F139 — open reduction — one side 4 168.00 5 

F146 —complicated LC. I.C. LC. 

F140 — removal of interdental wire .4 

Maxilla, Malar bone 

U.V.C. — no reduction visit fees visit fees 

Fl 50 — closed reduction and dental 

wiring 147.00 5 

F141 — open reduction — simple 94.50 5 

F142 — with wiring and local fixation 220.50 6 

F143 Middle 1/3 facial 5 241.50 6 

F144 Cranio-facial separation 5 297.50 8 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1173 



3234 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



G.P. 


Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 






$52.50 
38.50 


4 
4 



38.50 




22.75 




5.60 




9.10 




18.20 




52.50 


4 


94.50 


4 


94.50 


4 



Code JOINTS 



Endoscopy (I.O.P.) 

Arthroscopy 

Z218 Large joint 

Z219 Small joint (M.P. or LP. joint) 

If followed by joint surgery under 
same anaesthetic when performed 
by same physician, add to surgical 
benefit 

E595 — large joint 

E596 — small joint 

E563 With biopsy, add 

Incision 

Z220 Aspiration (I.O.P.) 

Z221 Needle biopsy (I.O.P.) 

Arthrotomy 

R409 Finger — open 

R410 Wrist, elbow, ankle $77.00 3 

R411 Shoulder 4 

R412 Knee — exploratory and/or removal 

loose body 77.00 3 

R4I3 Knee — osteochondritis dessicans — 

drilling and fixation with Smillies 

pin 3 

R4 1 5 Hip — exploratory — with or without 

removal of loose body 5 

Excision 

Capsulectomy — Synovectomy — 
Debridement 

R420 Ankle 

R421 Elbow 

R422 Shoulder 

R423 Hip 

R424 Knee 

R417 Knee debridement with synovectomy . . 

R418 Wrist 

R425 Fingers, toes — one 

R414 —two or more 

Denervation 

R426 Elbow, knee 

R427 Hip 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



94.50 4 

147.00 4 
161.00 6 



3 


192.50 


4 


3 


192.50 


4 


4 


241.50 


5 


5 


241.50 


6 


3 


241.50 


5 


3 


147.00 


4 


3 


192.50 


4 


3 


84.00 


4 


3 


105.00 


4 


3 


150.50 


4 


5 


192.50 


4 



i 



1174 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



3235 



Code JOINTS— Cont'd 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



Chondrectomy 

R490 Acromio clavicular meniscectomy 3 $ 94.50 4 

R491 Sternoclavicular meniscectomy 3 94.50 4 

R492 Radio ulnar meniscectomy 3 94.50 4 

R428 Temporo-mandibular meniscectomy ... 5 147.00 5 
R429 Knee-meniscectomy (one meniscus) 

and/or shaving of articular surfaces ... $100.00 3 122.50 4 

R431 Baker's cyst 59.50 3 73.50 4 

Reconstruction 

Arthroplasty — all types 
In the revision of a total arthroplasty the 
regular benefits shall apply if only one 
component of the arthroplasty is revised. If 
both components of the arthroplasty are 
revised, add 25% to the total arthroplasty 
benefit (E564). 
R433 Temporomandibular joint — unilateral. . 5 192.50 5 

R444 Acromio or sternoclavicular 4 119.00 4 

R487 Shoulder — complete replacement 6 325.50 10 

R438 Shoulder, elbow 4 241.50 6 

R486 Elbow— complete replacement 6 287.00 8 

R437 Wrist, ankle 3 241.50 5 

R485 Wrist, ankle— complete replacement .. . 6 273.00 6 

R436 Hand, reconstruction of rheumatoid 

joints, maximum 3 252.00 6 

R435 Interphalangeal or M.P. joint 3 147.00 5 

R489 — prosthetic replacement of one 

joint 3 164.50 5 

R432 Metatarsophalangeal joint— multiple. . . 3 192.50 5 

R439 Hip— femoral prosthesis 6 241.50 8 

R443 — removal of femoral prosthesis 

or cup without replacement 3 182.00 8 

R440 — cup or total (including 

neurectomy) 8 325.50 8 

R488 — removal of total hip prosthesis 

without replacement 3 227.50 8 

E589 — bone graft to deficient acetabular 

floor, add 45.50 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1175 



3236 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code JOINTS— Cont'd. 



G.P. Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



R478 Knee — debridement arid/or fascial 

implantation — arthroplasty or 

prosthesis 6 $241 .50 6 

R441 — complete replacement 6 325.50 8 

R482 — hemi-arthroplasty (single 

component) 6 192.50 6 

R483 — hemi-arthroplasty (double 

component) 6 241 .50 6 

E598 — with patellar replacement, add .... 45.50 

R496 — removal of knee prosthesis 

(single component) 4 115. 50 5 

R497 — removal of knee prosthesis 

(double component) 4 157.50 5 

R445 Foot— Hallux rigidus 3 119.00 4 

R446 —overlapping 5th toe 3 94.50 4 

R430 — repair of hammer toe — any 

technique, unilateral (may include 

tenotomy or syndactyly) 3 84.00 4 

E594 — each additional hammer toe 28.00 

Intervertebral Discs 

R457 Lumbar hemilaminectomy for disc 

disease 6 196.00 8 

E565 — with multiple levels, add to 

a maximum of 3 1 .50 

E566 — bilateral, add to a maximum of 31 .50 

E567 —with fusion— 1 level, add 140.00 

E568 — multiple levels, add to a 

maximum of 168.00 

R493 — fusion, separate surgeon — one level.. 196.00 

R494 — two or more levels 227.50 

R45 1 Cervical or thoracic hemilaminectomy 

for disc disease with or without 

root decompression — single or 

multiple levels 6 280.00 10 

E566 —bilateral, add to a maximum of 31.50 

E569 — with fusion, single or multiple, add . . 45.50 

E570 —team benefit, add 91.00 

R452 Anterior lumbar discotomy and fusion, 

single or multiple 6 280.00 10 

E571 —team benefit, single or multiple, add. . 91 .00 

E572 — with exposure of dura and/or 

roots for decompression, add 28.00 

•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1176 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 
Code JOINTS— CoHt'd 



3237 



R447 

E571 
E572 

E565 



R480 



R419 

R459 

E573 

£574 
R462 
R463 
R465 
R466 
R467 
R468 
R469 
R470 
R471 
E575 
R472 
R473 
R474 
R475 
R476 

R477 



Anterior cervical discotomy (with or 

without interbody fusion) 

— team benefit, single or multiple, add. . 
— with exposure of dura and/or 

roots for decompression, add 

— with multiple levels, add to a 

maximum of 

May not be claimed with E571 . 

Anterior thoracic discotomy 

Fusion Only 

C-1, C-2 fusion for chronic instability .... 
Spinal column 

— one space 

— each additional space (to a 

maximum of 2 additional), each 

Refusion of any of al5bve, add 

Anterior approach — thoracic 

— lumbar 

Finger, thumb 

Wrist, elbow, ankle 

Shoulder 

Knee 

Sacro-iliac 

Hip 

Foot— toe, one joint $42.00 

— each additional 18.20 

— great toe 

— toes, multiple joints 

mid-tarsal, sub-talar, triple, etc 

— pan-talar, one stage 

— congenital club foot, fusions 
and tendon transfers 

— metatarsophalangeal joint 

Lumbar laminectomy with exploration of 

nerve root and decompression — see p. 238 



G.P. 


Asst.» 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 




8 


$280.00 
91.00 

28.00 

31.50 


10 




8 


280.00 


13 



315.00 



252.00 





45.50 






115.50 




8 




13 


8 




10 


3 


94.50 


4 


3 


192.50 


4 


4 


241.50 


6 


3 


241.50 


5 


5 


241.50 


5 


5 


336.00 


8 


3 


59.59 
22.75 


4 


3 


84.00 


4 


3 


147.00 


4 


3 


192.50 


4 


3 


241.50 


6 


3 


241.50 


6 


3 


164.50 


4 



Repair — recurrent dislocations 

DO! 1 Elbow 3 220.50 4 

D018 Shoulder— all types 160.00 5 203.00 5 

D037 Ankle, subluxation (Watson Jones) 4 192.50 5 

D041 Patella 154.00 4 192.50 5 

•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1177 



3238 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 
Code REDUCTION, MANIPULATION G.P. Asst.* 

Hip — Congenital dislocation 
D046 — closed reduction — with or 

without anaesthetic — unilateral 

D048 — repeat manipulation and plaster 

D049 — open reduction — simple or 

rotation osteotomy 7 

D050 — acetabuloplasty 7 

Congenital foot deformity, club foot, etc. 
D072 — operative — medial release and 

tendon lengthening 4 

D073 — arthrodesis and tendon transfers .... 4 

Dislocations 

Upper Extremity 

Finger 

DOOl — closed reduction — one $21.00 

E576 — each additional 

D003 —open reduction 59.50 3 

Metacarpophalangeal 

D004 — closed reduction — one 21.00 

E577 — each additional 

D006 — open reduction 3 

Wrist and Carpal bones 

D007 —closed reduction 59.50 

D008 — open reduction 3 

Elbow 

D009 —closed reduction 40.50 

DOlO — open reduction 3 

Shoulder 
DO 15 — closed reduction 

— without anaesthetic 24.50 

D016 —with anaesthetic 40.50 

D017 — open reduction 4 

Acromio clavicular 
DO 19 — closed reduction 

— without anaesthetic 

D020 — with anaesthetic 

D021 — with pin fixation 4 

D022 — open reduction 4 

D023 — with pin fixation 4 

Sterno clavicular 
. D024 — closed reduction 

— without anaesthetic 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Spec. 


Anaes.* 


$ 70.00 


4 


35.00 


4 


192.50 


7 


241.50 


7 


192.50 


4 


241.50 


4 



24.50 

4.55 

73.50 

24.50 

4.55 

94.50 

73.50 
147.00 

49.50 
147.00 



28.00 

49.50 

192.50 



28.00 
45.50 
94.50 
94.50 
119.00 



28.00 



♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1178 



0. Reg. 454 78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3239 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code REDUCTION, MANIPULATION— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

D025 —with anaesthetic $ 49.50 4 

D026 —open reduction 4 1 19.00 4 

Lower Extremity 
Toe, interphalangeal 
D027 — closed reduction — with or 

without anaesthetic $17.50 21.00 4 

E578 —each additional 4.55 

D029 —open reduction 4 73.50 4 

Metatarsophalangeal 
D030 — closed reduction — with or 

without anaesthetic $28.00 4 

E579 —each additional 4.55 

D032 —open reduction 4 73.50 4 

Tarsal 

D033 —closed reduction 73.50 4 

D034 —open reduction 4 147.00 4 

Ankle, subluxation 
E)035 — closed reduction, with or 

without anaesthetic 40.50 49.50 4 

D036 —open reduction 4 1 19.00 4 

Knee 

D038 —closed reduction 77.00 94.50 4 

D039 —open reduction 5 192.50 5 

Patella 
D040 — closed reduction, with or 

without anaesthetic 31.50 38.50 4 

Hip 
anterior or posterior dislocation 
EX)42 — closed reduction, with or 

without anaesthetic 94.50 4 

D043 —open reduction 7 192.50 7 

Note: For congenital dislocation of the hip, see 
D046 page 169. 

anterior and posterior fracture 
dislocation 

D051 —closed reduction 4 105.00 4 

D052 —open reduction 7 280.00 7 

central dislocation 
D044 — closed reduction, with or 

without anaesthetic 105.00 4 

0045 —open reduction 7 300.00 7 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1179 



$ 52.50 
245.00 


5 
5 


/isit fees 




98.00 


5 


28.00 
119.00 


4 
5 



3240 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 
Code REDUCTION, MANIPULATION— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Sacro-iliac 
D059 — closed reduction, traction, 

spica, etc 

D060 — open reduction 5 

Sacro-coccygeal 

U.V.C. — non-operative visit fees 

D061 — open reduction, removal of 

coccyx 5 

Temporo-mandibular joint 

D062 —closed reduction $24.50 

D063 — open reduction 5 

Manipulation 

Manipulation of j oints under general 
anaesthetic (I. G.P.) 
Z222 Wrist, elbow, ankle, foot and 

T.M. joint, hand 14.70 

Z223 Shoulder, knee, hip and spine 18.20 

Congenital foot deformity, club foot, etc. 
non-operative 
D069 — Denis Browne splint strapping .... 

— manipulation and cast 

Z224 —with anaesthetic (I. G.P.) 

Z235 — without anaesthetic — unilateral 
(I.O.P.) 

BURSAE 

Incision 

Z225 Aspiration (I.G.P.) 5.60 

Z226 Drainage, abscess (I.G.P.) 24.50 28.00 4 

R502 Incision for removal of calcium 3 98.00 4 

Excision 

R506 Glecranon, prepatellar bursa 59.50 3 73.50 4 

R507 Humero— radial 59.50 3 73.50 4 

R590 Trochanteric bursa 3 91 .00 4 

Biopsy 

R51 1 Superficial bursa 24.50 4 

R512 Deep bursa 3 52.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



18.20 


4 


23.10 


4 


11.20 




15.75 


4 


11.20 





1180 



0. Reg. 454/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3241 



OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



Code MUSCLES 



G.P. Asst." 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$ 29.40 



Incision 

Z227 Intramuscular abscess or 

haematoma (I.O.P.) 

R517 Removal of foreign body, general 

anaesthetic, simple $21.00 

R518 — complicated, e.g., gunshot wound .. . I.C. 

Release or cutting of muscle (myotomy) 

R519 — "tennis elbow" 

R520 — scalenus anticus 

R521 — muscle release, major 

R516 — patellar retinaculum 

Excision 

Z228 Biopsy (I.O.P.) 24.50 

R526 Resection of muscle (myectomy), 

e.g., sternomastoid 

R522 Lesions of muscle and fascia 

— simple excision 

R523 — radical excision 

Repair and Reconstruction 

R527 Total muscle transplant, e.g., 

pectoralis major 

R529 Recession of muscle 

R530 Quadricepsplasty 

R591 Muscle slide — forearm 

R592 — quadriceps 

R531 Facial paralysis — static slings 

R532 — dynamic slings 

R533 Composite repair for facial paralysis 
plication of paralyzed muscles, and 
resection of paralysis of over active 
muscles 

E597 with meloplasty, add 

TENDONS, TENDON SHEATHS, FASCIA 



Incision 

R534 Explorationof tendon or tendon sheath. . . 59.50 3 73.50 4 

R535 Tenosynovitis, finger 59.50 73.50 4 

R536 Tendon release — finger or palm 49.50 4 

R537 — wrist or forearm 3 73.50 4 

R543 —hamstrings 3 73.50 4 

*To the listed units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 





24.50 
I.C. 


4 
I.C. by 


4 
5 
5 
5 


52.50 
147.00 
192.50 

73.50 


region 

4 
5 
5 
5 




29.40 


4 


5 


147.00 


5 




I.C. 
I.C. 


I.C. 
I.C. 


6 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


241.50 
73.50 
206.50 
157.50 
241.50 
168.00 
220.50 


6 

4 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 


4 


280.00 
45.50 


7 



1181 



3242 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code TENDONS, TENDON SHEATHS, 
FASCIA— Cont'd. 



R544 — posterior tibial tendon or 

Achilles tendon 

R545 — iliopsoas, intrapelvic 

R546 — Steindler release fasciotomy — 

sole of foot 

R538 Exploration of fascia $40.50 

R539 Drainage of tendon sheath 

R540 Removal of foreign body 

Tenotomy or fasciotomy (closed) (I.O.P.) 

Z229 —toe— one 

Z230 —two 

Z243 — three or more 

Z23 1 plantar fascia 

Z232 — hip adductors 

Tenotomy (open) (I.O.P.) 

Z233 hip adductors 

Z237 palmar fascia — Dupuytren's — single 

band (I.O.P.) 

Z238 —multiple bands (I.O.P.) 

Z234 biopsy, through incision (I.O.P.) 

R495 Fasciotomy for compression syndrome 
— forearm or leg (not to include 
secondary suture of wounds if necessary) 

Excision 

R549 Ganglion (tendon sheath or joint) 

— simple 40.50 

R553 — complex, extensive 

R550 Tendon sheath 

R551 Fascia for Dupuytren's — partial 94.50 

R552 — complex 

Repair 

Tenoplasty, shortening, lengthening, etc. 

R557 — one tendon, any location 77.00 

R558 — two or more 

R559 Tendon graft — hand or wrist 

R560 — other location 

R556 Tenolysis — extensive, including release 
of adhesions and/or repair of 
sheath 



O. Reg. 454/78 



G.P. 


Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 




3 


$ 49.50 


4 




5 


147.00 


5 




3 


49.50 


4 


$40.50 




49.50 


4 






49.50 


4 


40.50 


3 


49.50 


4 


13.50 




15.75 


4 


24.50 




28.00 


4 


29.40 




36.40 


4 


24.50 




28.00 


4 






28.00 


4 






49.50 


4 






22.75 








29.40 








29.40 


4 



140.00 



3 


49.50 


4 


3 


I.e. 


4 


3 


147.00 


4 


3 


119.00 


4 


3 


220.50 


5 


3 


94.50 


4 


3 


147.00 


4 


3 


192.50 


5 


4 


147.00 


4 



119.00 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1182 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3243 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 

Code TENDON, TENDON SHEATHS. 

FASCIA— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

E599 — each subsequent, add to a maximum 

of 2 additional $ 49.50 

Fasciotomy 
R561 — lengthening of ilio-tibial 

band — unilateral 

R562 — decompression carpal tunnel $59.50 

Transplant of tendon, transposition 

R563 Hand, forearm — single 

R564 —multiple 

R565 Foot, ankle — single 

R566 —multiple 

R567 Shoulder — pectoralis minor 

R568 — trapezius 

R569 Hip — abdomen 

R570 — iliopsoas 

R571 Knee — transposition of tendons 

R572 Foot — tendodesis 

Repair of mallet finger 

U.V.C. —closed 

R574 — closed — using K Wire 

R573 —operative 59.50 

Suture 

Tenorrhaphy, tendon suture 
Finger, hand, wrist, foot, ankle 
Extensor tendon 

R578 —single 59.50 

E580 — each subsequent — add to a 

maximum of 3 additional 18.20 

Flexor tendon 

R585 —single 

E581 — each subsequent, add to a maximum 

of 2 additional 

R588 Biceps, repair of rupture 94.50 

R589 Achilles, patellar or quadriceps 

tendons 



3 


94.50 


4 


3 


73.50 


4 


3 


$147.00 


4 


3 


192.50 


5 


3 


147.00 


4 


3 


192.50 


5 


4 


147.00 


4 


4 


192.50 


4 


5 


241.50 


6 


5 


294.00 


6 


3 


192.50 


5 


3 


147.00 
visit fees 


4 




49.50 


4 


3 


73.50 


4 



73.50 


4 


22.75 




119.00 


4 


49.50 




119.00 


4 


129.50 


4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 




1183 



3244 



Code 



R484 



R593 
R594 
R595 



R596 

R597 

R547 
R598 
R548 
R599 

RS41 

R600 

R542 

R601 
R602 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



TENDONS, TENDON SHEATHS, 

FASCIA— Cont'd G.P. 

Reconstruction 

Fascia and ligaments 

Knee — introduction of synthetic 
anterior or posterior cruciate 

ligament system 

Shoulder, cuff tear — early repair 

— late repair 

— acromioplasty 

Acromio, sternoclavicular — early 
repair — see Dislocations 

— late repair 

Elbow, wrist, ankle 
— early repair — simple, one 

ligament 

— extensive, two or more ligaments . . 
— late repair, — simple, one ligament . 
— extensive, two or more ligaments . . 
Knee — early repair — simple, one 

ligament 

— extensive, two or more 

ligaments 

— late repair — simple, one 

ligament 

— extensive, two or more 

ligaments 

Metacarpophalangeal — early or late . . . 

Pollicization 

Terminal I-P joint — see Transplant of 
Tendon. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



6 


$322.00 


6 


4 


192.50 


5 


4 


241.50 


5 


4 


147.00 


5 



192.50 



3 
3 
3 
3 


119.00 
182.00 
192.50 
287.00 


4 
4 
4 
4 


3 


192.50 


4 


3 


287.00 


4 


3 


241.50 


4 


3 
3 
6 


364.00 

94.50 

294.00 


4 
4 
6 



EXTREMITIES 

R605 Debridement and plastic repair of 

traumatically amputated extremities . . 

R603 Digital reimplantation involving vascular 
and neuroanastomosis 



I.e. 

8 



I.e. I.e. 

560.00 8 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1184 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3245 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 
Code EXTREMITIES— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Amputation 

Badly infected wounds requiring later 
amputation, previous work to be claimed 
for, but usually on the basis of 50% 
additional to the amputation benefit if the 
amputation takes place within one month. 

Upper Extremity 

R606 Through phalanx $45.50 

E582 —each additional 12.95 

R608 Through metacarpal or M-P joint 45.50 

E583 — each additional 

R6 1 Trans-metacarpal amputation of 

index or little finger 

R61 1 Of hand — through all metacarpals 

R612 ♦At wrist 

R613 *Through radius and ulna 

R614 ♦At elbow 

R615 ♦Through humerus 

R616 ♦At shoulder 

R617 Forequarter 

Lower Extremity 

R618 Through phalanx 24.50 

E584 — each additional 

R620 Through metatarsal or M-P joint 45.50 

E585 — each additional 

R622 ♦Transmetatarsal 

R623 ♦Symes 

R624 ♦Through tibia and fibula 

R625 ♦At knee— Gritti-Stokes or Callander . . 

R626 ♦Through femur 105.00 

R630 ♦At hip 

R631 Hindquarter or hemipelvectomy 

*Note: For the supervision of the limb fitting and 6 

months post-operative care, claim visit 

benefits. Amputation with immediate 

fitting to include supervision of final limb 

fitting— add 40% (E586). 





$56.00 


4 




16.10 






56.00 


4 




16.10 






80.50 


4 


3 


105.00 


4 


4 


105.00 


5 


4 


133.00 


5 


4 


133.00 


5 


4 


133.00 


5 


9 


182.00 


9 


10 


266.00 


15 


4 


28.00 
11.25 


4 


4 


56.00 
16.10 


4 


4 


105.00 


4 


5 


133.00 


5 


5 


133.00 


5 


5 


133.00 


5 


5 


133.00 


5 


10 


210.00 


10 


10 


350.00 


15 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1185 



3246 



Code 

Z299 

Z298 

Z301 
Z302 



Z304 
Z305 
Z306 
Z307 
Z308 

M012 



M013 

MOM 
M019 
Note: 

R319 
R320 
M015 
M016 
M017 

M018 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 



O Roe:. 454/78 



NOSE 

E.U.G.A. of nasopharynx (I.O.P.)— i.e. 
when examining for primary tumour 
when secondary known — with or 
without biopsy 

E.U.G.A. of nasopharynx (I.O.P.)— 
if only procedure performed 



G.P. 



Asst.* 



Incision 

Drainage of abscess or haematoma 
of septum — general anaesthetic — 
(I.O.P.) 

Submucous turbinectomy (I.O.P.) 

Excision 

Nasal polyp (I.O.P.) 

Local anaesthetic — single 

— multiple (unilateral) 

General anaesthetic — single 

— multiple (unilateral) 

— single choanal polyp 

Septum 

Submucous resection including 

septoplasty $101.50 

All procedures (including I.O.P.) con- 
nected with S.M.R. such as nasal polypec- 
tomy, septorhinoplasty, turbinectomy, 
ethmoidectomy. etc. — add 50% of other 
procedure charges. 

Partial septorhinoplasty 
(excluding osteotomies) 

Septorhinoplasty 

— with autologous bone graft 

M013, MOM, M019 — require O.H.I. P. 

approval. 

Bone graft — autologous 

— non-autologous — prosthetic implant . 

Septodermoplasty 

Closure of septal perforation 

Localization of cerebrospinal rhinorrhea 

(fluorescein injection) 

Narrowing operations or implant for 

atrophic rhinitis — unilateral 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$22.75 4 
14.00 4 



18.20 


4 


31.50 


4 


9.00 




14.00 




22.75 


4 


31.50 


4 


31.50 


4 



126.00 



196.00 
245.00 
350.00 



192.50 
122.50 
150.50 
150.50 

45.50 

150.50 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1186 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 
Code NOSE— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes. 

Excision of choanal atresia 
M020 Anterior nasal approach 

— uni or bilateral 4 $1%.00 4 

M021 Puncture and insertion of tube only 49.50 4 

M022 Transpalatal approach — uni or bilateral. S 196.00 6 

Biopsy(1.0.P.) 

Z309 —local anaesthetic 9.00 

Z3 10 —general anaesthetic 18.20 4 

Repair 

M028 Choanal atresia, uni or bilateral 

—dilation 28.00 4 

M029 —repeat 18.20 4 

Removal of foreign body (I.O.P.) 

Z31 1 simple 4.55 

73 1 2 complicated, or involving general 

anaesthesia 22.75 4 

Destruction 

Z3 1 3 Cauterization of turbinates (I.O.P.) 

single or bilateral 18.20 4 

Z300 Cryosurgery of turbinates (I.O.P.) 

unilateral or bilateral 31,50 4 

Treatment of Epistaxis (I.O.P.) 

Z3 1 4 Cauterization of nasal septum — chemical 

or electrocautery 4.55 4 

Z315 Anterior packing 4.55 4 

Z316 Anterior and posterior packing only 18.20 4 

ACCESSORY NASAL SINUSES 

Antrum or sinus lavage (I.O.P.) 

Z317 Proetz displacement 2.80 

Z318 Local anaesthetic — unilateral 4.55 

Z3 1 9 General anaesthetic — unilateral 

or bilateral 18.20 4 

Sinusotomy, sinusostomy, sinusectomy 
as indicated 

M054 Maxillary, intranasal — unilateral 4 63.00 4 

M055 —radical, Caldwell-Luc— unilateral. . . 4 122.50 4 

(includes M054) 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spcai (see preamble). 



3247 



1187 



3248 



Code 

M056 

M057 
M058 
M059 



M060 
M023 
M061 
M062 



Z320 



M066 

M067 
M068 



Z321 
Z322 
Z323 

Z343 

Z324 
Z325 
E600 



M080 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 

ACCESSORY NASAL SINUSES— Cont'd G.P. Asst." 

Maxillectomy 7 

Frontal 

— trephine and sinusectomy 

— radical 

— external fronto-ethmoidal with 

sphenoid if necessary 4 

Ethmoidal 

— intranasal — unilateral 

— external — unilateral 4 

Sphenoidal — intranasal 

Vidian neurectomy — uni or bilateral 4 

Introduction 

Radium application to 
nasopharynx(I.O.P.) 

Suture 

Closure of antro-oral fistula 

— very simple 

— with Caldwell-Luc 

—with palatal flap 

LARYNX 

Endoscopies (I.O.P.) (See Surgical 

Preamble item #30.) 

Laryngoscopy 

Direct — with or without biopsy 

— with removal of foreign body . . 
— with removal of 

benign growth(s) 

— with dilation of larynx 

and bronchoscopy 

Indirect — with biopsy 

— with simple removal of bone . 
Using operating microscope — add to 
charges for laryngoscopy 

Introduction 

Injection of teflon for abductor 
paralysis 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$297.50 10 



84.00 
245.00 

245.00 

77.00 
196.00 
101.50 
182.00 



9.00 



31.50 
175.00 
196.00 



31.50 
59.50 

84.00 

105.00 

18.20 

9.00 

22.75 



101.50 



*To the listed basic units for assitants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1188 



0. Reg. 454/78 



M081 
M082 
M083 
M084 
M085 
M086 



M090 
M091 



Z327 



Z328 
Z342 



Z344 
Z345 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3249 



OPERATIONS ON THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 



Code LARYNX— Cont'd 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Z346 



Z741 
U.V.C. 

Z738 



Excision 

Laryngectomy — total 

— partial (Laryngofissure) 

— with block dissection 

— hemilaryngectomy 

Arytenoidectomy 

Excision of benign growth(s) 

Repair 

Laryngoplasty 

Arytenoidopexy 

TRACHEA AND BRONCHI 
Endoscopy (I.O.P.) (See surgical preamble 
item #30.) 
Bronchoscopy 
— with or without bronchial biopsy, 
suction or injection of contrast 

material 

— with removal of foreign body 

— segmental (all 18) with multiple 
concomitant random bronchial 
biopsies or brushings 

Tracheo-bronchial toilet (I.O.P.) 

First procedure 

Subsequent procedures performed 

by same doctor 

(Not to apply to (1) operating surgeons, (2) 

when respiratory unit benefits apply, or 

(3) within the first two hours 

post-operatively.) 

Transtracheal aspiration (I.O.P.) 

Incision 

Tracheostomy (I.O.P.) 

Change of tracheostomy tube — 

(other than operating surgeon) visit fees 

Insertion of Montgomery "T" Tube — 

for tracheal or laryngo-tracheal 

stricture (may include bronchoscopy 

and dilatation) (I.O.P.) 



Spec. Anaes. 



6 


$322.00 


13 


6 


I%.00 


8 


6 


420.00 


16 


6 


297.50 


9 


6 


1%.00 


8 


4 


101.50 


6 




I.e. 


6 




192.50 


8 



45.50 6 
84.00 6 



94.50 

18.20 
9.00 



9.50 

3 56.00 5 
visit fees 

4 70.00 8 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1189 



3250 



Code 



M102 
M103 



M105 



M106 

Z347 

M108 



Z329 
Z330 
Z348 



M109 
MHO 



Mill 
M112 
M113 
M114 
M115 
M116 
M117 
Z742 



Z331 
Z332 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 
TRACHEA AND BRONCHI— Cont'd G.P. Asst." 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Excision 

Segmental resection of cervical trachea 
Resection of mediastinal trachea with 
either sternotomy or thoracotomy . . 



CHEST WALL AND MEDIASTINUM 

Excision 

Chest wall tumour involving ribs or 
cartilage with reconstruction of 
chest wall 

Mediastinal tumour 

Anterior mediastinotomy — when sole 
procedure performed (I. G.P.) 

Resection of chest wall tumour 

Endoscopies (I.O.P.) 

Mediastinoscopy 

with bronchoscopy 

with bronchoscopy and 
mediastinotomy 

Repair 

Chest wall 

pleura — closed 

— open 

Surgical Collapse 

Thoracoplasty — one stage 

Multi-stage — each 

Schede's operation 

Pneumolysis — intra pleural 

— extra pleural 

Apicolysis — extra fascial 

— extra pleural 

Phrenicotomy (I.O.P.) 

LUNGS AND PLEURA 
Introduction — Thoracentesis (I.O.P.) 

Aspiration for diagnostic sample 

Aspiration with therapeutic drainage 
with or without diagnostic sample . . . 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$385.00 
595.00 



164.50 



10 
13 



9 


203.00 


9 


9 


297.50 


13 


3 


91.00 


6 




LC. 


I.C 




91.00 


6 




115.50 







I.C. 


5 




I.C. 


13 


9 


150.50 


10 


9 


101.50 


9 


9 


203.00 


10 


5 


94.50 


5 


5 


147.00 


5 


5 


147.00 


5 


5 


147.00 


5 


3 


49.50 
11.90 


5 




22.75 


4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1190 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 
Code LUNGS AND PLEURA— Cont'd 



E606 Administration of chemotherapy, add. . . . 

Z334 Lung lavage with or without bronchoscopy 

for pulmonary alveolar proteinosis .... 

Endoscopy (I.O.P.) 

Z335 Thoracoscopy or pleuroscopy 

Z349 Transbronchial lung biopsy(s) 

including bronchoscopy (I.O.P.) 

Incision 

Z340 Biopsy of lung, needle (LO.P.) 

Z336 Biopsy of pleura, needle (I.O.P.) 

Thoracotomy 

Z341 Closed drainage (I.O.P.) 

Z337 Rib resection for drainage (I.O.P.) .... 

M 1 33 Exploratory for removal of foreign body 

Ml 37 Thoracotomy with or without biopsy . . . 

Ml 34 Thoracotomy for post-operative 

haemorrhage 

M 1 32 Thoracotomy with repair of ruptured 

diaphragm 

Ml 35 Decortication of lung with muscle graft 

and closure of pleural fistula 

Ml 36 Intercostal drainage and talc poudrage . . . 

Excision 

Biopsy of pleura or lung 

Z338 peripheral or parietal (I.O.P.) 

M138 hilar 

Ml 42 Pneumonectomy — complete 

M143 Lobectomy — complete 

M144 segmental resection 

M145 wedge resection 

M 1 46 plus thoracoplasty or bronchial resection 

M147 plus decortication 

Ml 48 Excision of broncho-pleural fistula 

Ml 49 Pleurectomy — pleural decortication 

Ml 50 Sleeve resection with lobectomy 



3251 



G.P. Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 




$4.55 






94.50 


6 




45.50 


5 




84.00 


6 




36.40 


4 




18.20 


4 


3 


18.20 


4 


4 


56.00 


6 


9 


192.50 


13 


9 


157.50 


13 


9 


157.50 


13 


9 


192.50 


13 


11 


I.e. 


15 


4 


98.00 


6 


9 


98.00 




9 


192.50 




10 


437.50 




10 


437.50 




10 


297.50 




10 


203.00 




10 


I.e. 




12 


I.e. 




10 


I.e. 




10 


203.00 




10 


490.00 





•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1191 



3252 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 

Note: The basic anaesthetic benefit for all 
cardiovascular surgery includes such 
procedures as C.V.P. line, Arterial Hne, 
taking arterial blood samples, doing blood 
gases and interpreting results. 

Code G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

R700 (a) with hypothermia and without bypass — 

basic fee for cardiovascular procedures 25 

Note: This code REPLACES PROCEDURAL 
BASIC code when hypothermia is used 
where basic is less than 25 units. 

E650 (b) pump bypass — extra to surgeon's fee $196.00 35 

R702 (bypass includes cannulating and 

decannulating heart or major vein, 

major artery, supervision of pump 

and pump run.) (anaesthetist see preamble) . . 
Z743 (c) circulatory assist device e.g. intra- 

aortic ballon (includes cannulation, post 

operative daily care and supervision) 

(LO.P.) 150.50 5 

Z744 (d) decannulation of circulatory assist 

device (LO.P.) 56.00 5 

Z75 1 (e) repositioning of intra-aortic balloon 

pump (no claim to be made for 

repositioning within 24 hours of 

original insertion) 56.00 5 

E655 (f) re-operation for failed vascular grafts — 

for repair or replacement of existing 

prosthesis (more than one month after ; 

original operation) add to 

appropriate benefit 70.00 6 

Z759 (g) Removal of failed vascular graft 

(LO.P.)— when sole procedure 70,00 6 

(h) Preliminary diagnostic catherization — 

extra to operative benefits, (see 

Diagnostic and Therapeutic 

Procedures) 

HEART AND PERICARDIUM 

Cardiac massage 

— closed (see Resuscitation on page 115.) 

R765 —open 13 101.50 13 

R751 Implantation of epicardial electrode(s) 

plus implantation of pack 6 245.00 20 

♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1192 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 
Code HEART AND PERICARDIUM— Cont'd G.P 



3253 



Z411 
Z412 

R766 
R767 
Z401 
R750 

R748 
R749 
R712 
R713 
R714 
R920 
R746 
R747 
R741 
E651 



R742 

R743 
R744 

E652 

R739 
R740 
R754 

R755 
R757 
R756 
R758 
R759 

R763 
R762 

R715 
R716 



Replacement of pack (I. G.P.) 

Replacement or repair of pacemaker 

lead(I.O.P.) 

Thoracotomy — with or without biopsy . . . 

— for post-operative hemorrhage 

Aspiration of pericardium (I. G.P.) 

Gpen biopsy of pericardium and drainage 

(transthoracic or epigastric) 

Pericardectomy — one side open 

— both sides open or sternal split 

Cardiotomy with exploration 

— with removal of foreign body 

— with removal of tumour 

Excision — ventricular tumour 

— ventricular aneurysm 

— aneurysm and sinus of Valsalva 

Coronary — endartectomy 

— when done in conjunction 
with coronary artery repair, 

add 

Coronary artery repair (aorto-coronary 

bypass graft) — one 

— two 

— three or more 

Implantation of internal mammary 

— done in conjunction with coronary 
artery repair, add 

— sole procedure — single 

— double 

Ligation or division patent ductus 

—child 

— adolescent or adult 

Resection coarctation — infant under 1 year 

—child 

— adolescent or adult 

Congenital heart procedures — e.g. 

Blalock Glenn, Potts, Waterston 

Creation of ASD — by balloon septostomy. 
— by thoracotomy 
or Sterling Edwards . . . 
Closure atrial septal defect: secundum. . . . 

endocardial cushion and valve defect . . . 



G.P. Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 


3 


$ 70.00 


5 


3 


52.50 


5 


9 


157.50 


13 


9 


157.50 
28.00 


13 


13 


150.50 


13 


13 


304.50 


20 


13 


490.00 


20 


18 


245.00 


20 


18 


304.50 


20 


18 


245.00 


20 


18 


332.50 


35 


18 


444.50 


35 


18 


402.50 


35 


18 


402.50 


20 



94.50 



18 
18 
18 


490.00 
654.50 
770.00 


20 
20 
20 


18 
18 


101.50 
399.00 
490.00 


20 
20 


13 
13 
13 
13 
13 


245.00 
374.50 
353.50 
304.50 
420.00 


20 
20 
20 
20 
20 


13 
9 


304.50 
150.50 


20 
9 


18 
18 
18 


304.50 
304.50 
490.00 


20 
20 
20 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add unts for time spent (see preamble). 



1193 



3254 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code 

R717 
R718 



R720 

R722 

R723 

R921 
R922 
R923 
R924 
R925 
R926 
R927 
R928 

R929 

R768 
R769 

R770 
R771 



R724 
R725 

R726 
R727 
R728 
R729 
R730 
R734 
R735 
R930 
R736 



HEART AND PERICARDIUM— Cont'd 

with anomalous pulmonary venous 

drainage 

Closure of ventricular septal defect 

Repair 

Total repair Tetralogy of Fallot 

— with or without previous arterial shunt 
Total anomalous pulmonary venous 

drainage 

Total correction transposition of great 

vessels 

Complete A-V canal 

Single ventricle 

Double outlet — right/left ventricle 

Double outlet ventricle with transposition . 

Truncus arteriosus 

Interrupted aortic arch 

Aorto-pulmonary window 

R-V outflow tract with valve and tubular 

graft 

Debanding arterioplasty of pulmonary 

artery 

Pulmonary artery banding 

— with pressure studies by anaesthetist, 

extra/hour 

Correction of cor triatriatum 

Vascular ring 

VALVES 

Pulmonary valvotomy 

Pulmonary valvotomy and infundibular 

resection 

Tricuspid valvotomy 

Tricuspid annuloplasty 

Tricuspid valve replacement 

Mitral valvotomy 

Mitral valvotomy — restenosis 

Mitral annuloplasty 

Mitral replacement 

Aortic valvoloplasty 

Aortic valvotomy 



G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 



18 


$402.50 


35 


18 


402.50 


35 


18 


595.00 


35 


18 


490.00 


35 


18 


490.00 


35 


18 


700.00 


35 


18 


787.50 


35 


18 


700.00 


35 


18 


787.50 


35 


18 


787.50 


35 


18 


700.00 


35 


18 


402.50 


35 


18 


490.00 


35 


18 


402.50 


35 


13 


245.00 


20 
5 


18 


353.50 


20 


18 


304.50 


20 


18 


304.50 


35 


18 


353.50 


35 


18 


325.50 


20 


18 


304.50 


20 


18 


353.50 


35 


18 


332.50 


20 


18 


378.00 


20 


18 


402.50 


20 


18 


448.00 


35 


18 


402.50 


35 


18 


325.50 


20 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add unitsj for time spent (see preamble). 



1194 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 



3255 



Code VALVES— Cont'd 

R737 Aortic infundibular resection 

(ventriculomyotomy) 

R738 Aortic valve replacement 

Multivalvular replacement — (R728, R735, 
R738)— the benefit will be that for the 
major valve replaced plus 25% of the 
benefit for the additional valve or valves. 



G.P. Asst.* 



Spec. Anaes. 



18 
18 



$420.00 
535.50 



35 
35 



ARTERIES 

Cannulation for infusion chemotherapy 

R775 — superficial temporal artery 

R776 — hepatic artery 

R777 — common iliac artery 

R778 —carotid 

R782 Gas embolization of peripheral arteries . . . 

R760 Regional isolation perfusion — iliac 

R761 — popliteal or axillary 

Incision 

Z402 Arteriotomy (I.O.P.) 

Note: Not allowed in addition to other major 

cardiovascular sugery when performed at 

same time. 

Suture 

R790 Repair of lacerated major artery 

Ligation 

R781 Ligation of artery — by region etc.* 

R788 — internal maxillary artery (Caldwell 

Luc approach) 

R789 — anterior ethmoid artery 

R708 — internal iliac artery (uni or bilateral) . . 

Excision and/ or Repair: 

Repair of artery implies either 
endarterectomy and/ or by pass graft 

R797 Glomectomy (Tumour of carotid body) 

— unilateral 

Note: For excision of glomus tumour see Z811 
(page 237). 



3 


52.50 


4 


6 


119.00 


6 


6 


94.50 


6 


5 


73.50 
22.75 


5 


10 


206.50 


10 


7 


161.00 


10 



49.50 



119.00 



52.50 LC* 



192.50 

73.50 

192.50 



94.50 



10 

6 

10 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1195 



3256 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 
Code ARTERIES— Cont'd 



R8 1 5 Arterioplasty with or without patch graft 

(other than listed below) 

R792 Carotid — endarterectomy 

R796 — carotid body tumour 

R798 — aneurysm — reconstruction or excision 

with graft 

R856 Extended profundoplasty 

R793 Innominate-subclavian-vertebral-brachial 

"arch"reconstruction 

Note: For brachial artery repair use R8 1 5 . 

R932 — with thoracotomy 

Thoracic aorta aneurysm — repair or 
excision with graft 

R799 — ascending (with pump)* 

R800 —arch (with pump)* 

R801 — descending 

R802 Abdominal aorta — aneurysm 

R803 — plus implantation of major branch , . . 

R804 —ruptured 

Mesenteric or celiac artery repair 

R81 1 — aneurysm 

R935 — removal of band only 

Note: Use R935 for excision of coeliac ganglion. 

R936 — endarterectomy or graft 

Aorto-Iliac repair 

R783 — bifurcation repair only 

R784 — plus unilateral common femoral repair 

R785 — plus bilateral common femoral repair. 

R8 1 4 — embolectomy or thrombectomy of 

bifurcation or graft 

R805 Renal artery — aneurysm — reconstruction 

or excision with graft 

R807 Splenic artery aneurysm — reconstruction 

or excision with graft 

R786 Iliac repair 

R937 Ilio-femoral bypass graft 

R855 Common femoral/profunda femoris repair 

(when sole procedure performed) 

R933 Axillo-femoral or femero-femoral graft . . 

R934 Aorto-femoral unilateral graft 

R808 Femoral aneurysm — reconstruction or 

excision with graft 



O. Reg. 454/78 



G.P. Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 


10 


$245.00 


10 


7 


315.00 


10 


6 . 


315.00 


10 


10 


315.00 


10 


10 


367.50 


10 


7 


402.50 


10 


10 


472.50 


17 


10 


479.50 


35* 


10 


682.50 


35* 


10 


385.00 


20 


10 


448.00 


17 


10 


507.50 


17 


10 


595.00 


17 


10 


192.50 


10 


10 


192.50 


10 


10 


402.50 


10 


10 


402.50 


17 


10 


542.50 


17 


10 


647.50 


17 


10 


217.00 


10 


10 


392.00 


10 


10 


192.50 


10 


10 


402.50 


10 


10 


378.00 


10 


10 


262.50 


10 


7 


304.50 


10 


10 


402.50 


17 



252.00 



10 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1196 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 



3257 



Code ARTERIES— Cont'd 



G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes 



Femoro-popliteal endarterectomy and/ 
or bypass graft 

R791 with saphenous vein 

R794 with prosthetic graft 

Femoro-anti./post. tibial endarterectomy 
and/or bypass graft, 

R787 with saphenous vein 

R780 with prosthetic graft 

R745 Insertion of Sparks mandril graft 

R810 Pophteal aneurysm 

Peripheral arteries other than Usted 

R812 — aneurysm 

R8 1 3 — embolectomy or thrombectomy — 

artery or graft 

VEINS 

R827 Creation of A V fistula 

R848 Erasure and coagulation 

Excision 

Resection of A V aneurysm or fistula with 
or without major graft 

R825 — major aneurysm by region* 

R826 — minor aneurysm* 

R847 Stasis ulcer and skin graft — per leg $87.50 

Stasis ulcer, multiple ligation and skin 

R845 graft— per leg 

E654 plus sympathectomy, add 

Ligation 

Z745 Saphenous (lOP) 

Z746 Femoral (lOP) 

Z747 Popliteal (lOP) 

Z748 Internal jugular (lOP) 

R839 Internal iliac 

R834 I. V.C— transabdominal 

R838 — transvenous 

Note: Use R838 for insertion Mobin Uddin 

Umbrella Filter. 



7 


$374.50 


10 


7 


360.50 


10 


7 


378.00 


10 


7 


364.00 


10 


3 


94.50 


4 


7 


350.00 


10 



192.50 



147.00 



147.00 
56.00 



10 



10 



10 


490.00 


I.C 


10 


245.00 


I.C 


3 


108.50 


5 


5 


164.50 
84.00 


5 




24.50 


4 


3 


38.50 


4 


3 


38.50 


4 


5 


77.00 


5 


6 


200.00 


10 


6 


200.00 


10 


6 


101.50 


10 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1197 



3258 



Code 



R837 
E656 
R844 
R842 

E653 

R820 
R835 
R836 
R828 

E657 

R822 
R823 
R821 
R824 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 
VEINS— Cont'd 



Ligation, Avulsion, Electrocoagulation 

Multiple $63.00 

— plus stripping, add 

And/or stripping — recurrent varicose veins 
Extra fascial and sub-fascial incompetent 

perforators by full fascial technique. . . . 

plus stripping add 

Repair 

Lacerated major vein 

SVC bypass graft 

Pulmonary embolectomy . . . (with pump)* 
Ilio-femoral thrombectomy with or 

without femoral vein ligation 

plus LV.C. ligation, add 

Anastomosis 

Porto-caval 

Spleno-renal — abdominal approach 

— transthoracic approach 

Meso-caval 



O. Reg. 454/78 



G.P. 


Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 


$63.00 


4 


$77.00 


4 






42.00 


1 




5 


164.50 


5 


133.00 


5 


164.50 
56.00 


6 




4 


98.00 


4 




7 


350.00 


17 




18 


399.00 


35* 




10 


199.50 
200.00 


10 




10 


399.00 


10 




10 


448.00 


10 




10 


448.00 


13 




10 


448.00 


10 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see premable). 



1198 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3259 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE HAEMIC AND LYMPHATIC SYSTEMS 

Code SPLEEN AND MARROW G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Incision (I. O.P.) 

Z404 Splenic puncture and aspiration $ 38.50 4 

Bone marrow — aspiration and/or 
interpretation (see Diagnostic 
and Therapeutic Procedures) 
Z408 Bone marrow biopsy (needle) 28.00 4 

Note: Z408 may not be allowed with Z403 (Not 
the same as Z403.) 

Excision 

R905 Splenectomy $175.00 6 217.00 7 

LYMPH CHANNELS 

Excision 
R907 Cystic hygroma— unilateral 4 164.50 6 

LYMPH NODES 

Incision 

Z410 Drainage of sub-fascial 

abscess (I.O.P.) 35.00 4 

Elxcision 

R910 Neck — limited e.g. sub mandibular 

supra omohyoid 

R91 1 —radical 

R912 lleoinguinal, radical resection 

R91 3 Axillary or inguinal nodes 

— radical resection 

R914 — limited resection 

Z405 Biopsy — cervical, axillary, 

inguinal (I.O.P.) 24.50 

Z406 —scalene (I.O.P.) 45.50 

Z578 — multiple para-aortic 

lymph nodes (I.O.P.) 35.00 



6 
6 
6 


108.50 

273.00 
217.00 


6 

8 
8 


4 
4 


164.50 
94.50 


4 
4 


4 


28.00 
56.00 


4 
4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1199 



3260 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code MOUTH 



SOOl 
Z501 



Z502 
S004 
S005 



S050 
E728 
805 1 
E729 
S052 
S053 
S054 
S055 



Z503 



soil 

SOlO 

Z504 
S012 

SOI 3 
S014 
SOI 5 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Incision 

Drainage of Ludwig's Angina, 

complete care 

Biopsy (I. G.P.) 

Excision 

Simple excision of lesion (I. G.P.) 3 

Excision of ranula $42.00 3 

Floor of mouth, mandible and 

ipsilateral glands of neck for 

oropharyngeal carcinoma 

commando procedure.) 10 

Cryosurgery for treatment of pre- 

malignant or malignant lesion(s) of 

oral cavity or sinuses 

— minor — initial 

— ^Each additional 

— repeat 

— Each additional 

— intermediate — initial 

— repeat 

— major — initial 

— repeat 

LIPS 

Incision 

Biopsy (I.G.P.) 

Excision 

Wedge resection of lip 

— vermiHon 3 

Wedge resection of lip with 

plastic repair 3 

Excision of lesion (I. G.P.) 24.50 3 

Lip shave — vermilionectomy 3 

Repair 

Hare lip — unilateral 6 

Reconstruction with lip switch flap 6 

Complex reconstruction or revision 

of previous repair 



Spec. Anaes. 



52.50 


5 


14.00 


4 


14.00 


4 


52.50 


4 


378.00 


12 


45.50 


4 


22.75 




22.75 


4 


11.38 




115.50 


4 


59.50 


4 


161.00 


6 


80.50 


6 



9.00 



38.50 

122.50 
28.00 
98.00 

171.50 
220.50 



LC. I.e. 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1200 



$ 14.00 


4 


7.00 




7.00 
24.50 


4 


98.00 

150.50 

35.00 


8 
8 
4 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3261 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 

TONGUE G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Incision 

BiopsyU.O.P.) 

Tongue tie, release of — (I. G.P.) 

infant 

child or adolescent 

— local anaesthetic 

— general anaesthetic 

Excision 

Glossectomy — partial 6 

— complete 6 

Wedge excision of lesion (lOP) 

Repair 

Glossoplasty 4 73.50 4 

Suture 

Extensive laceration 4 I.C. I.C. 

Minor laceration — see Skin. 

TEETH AND GUMS 

Incision 

Drainage of alveolar abscess, 
general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 

Excision 

Extraction of tooth — single 

— each additional tooth 

Dentigerous cyst 4 

Basic units for anaesthesia with any 

unlisted dental surgical procedure 

performed by a dental or oral 

surgeon (see page 251.) 

PALATE AND UVULA 

Incision 

Z507 Palate abscess (I.O.P.) 18.20 4 

503 1 Fenestration of palate for 

radiotherapy 4 

Z508 Biopsy of palate (I.O.P.) 14.00 4 



Code 



Z505 

ZUl 
Z112 

Z113 



SOI 8 
S019 
Z109 



S020 



S021 



Z506 



S023 
E700 
S028 
S900 



18.20 



9.00 

4.90 

38.50 



4 
4 

I.C. 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1201 



$ 14.00 

171.50 
171.50 



3262 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code PALATE AND UVULA— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Excision 

Z509 Uvulectomy or biopsy of 

local lesion (I. G.P.) 

Repair 

5034 Cleft palate 6 

5035 Removal of sutures 

S032 Bone graft to palate 6 

SALIVARY GLANDS AND DUCTS 

Incision 

Z500 Sialolithotomy (I.O.P.) 

— local anaesthetic 

Z521 — general anaesthetic 3 

Z510 Biopsy(I.O.P.) 3 

Excision 

8042 Submaxillary gland 4 

5043 Parotid gland— total 

(with preservation of facial nerve) 6 

5044 — total (without preservation of 

facial nerve) 6 

5045 — subtotal (with preservation of 

facial nerve) 6 

5046 — subtotal (without preservation of 

facial nerve) 6 

Z522 Excision small tumour (I.O.P.) 4 

Repair 

S049 Plastic repair of duct 4 

Z511 Dilation of duct (I.O.P.) 

Probing 

Z512 Duct (I.O.P.) 5.60 



28.00 




56.00 


4 


22.75 


4 


140.00 


4 


329.00 


8 


245.00 


8 


280.00 


7 


217.00 


6 


22.75 


4 


108.50 


4 


16.10 


4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1202 



0. Reg. 45478 



Z513 

S056 
Z514 



S002 



S067 

S068 

S058 
S059 
S060 
S061 

S062 
S063 
S064 



S065 



SOTO 



E701 



S069 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3263 



OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code PHARYNX, ADENOIDS AND TONSILS G.P. Asst. 



Incision 

Drainage of retropharyngeal, intra- 
oral or peri-tonsillar abscess (I.O.P.) . 
lateral pharyngeal 

Biopsy of pharynx (I.O.P.) 



Excision 

Excision of parapharyngeal space 

lesions (with mobilization of 

parotid gland) 

Pharyngectomy — trans-hyoid 

or lateral 

Pharyngo-laryngectomy 

Branchial — cyst 

— sinus 

— fistula 

Thyroglossal duct, cyst, 

sinus or fistula 

Recurrent procedure 

Tonsillectomy— Child S45.50 

—Adolescent or adult 58.50 

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy — 

Same benefits as Tonsillectomy. 

Adenoidectomy — Child or Adult 31.50 

Secondary suture following T and A (SEE 

NOTES). 
Note ( 1 ) Where a consultation and 

assistance is required by the operating 

surgeon to control post-operative 

tonsillar haemorrhage, the second 

surgeon should claim 

Note (2) When haemorrhage occurs more 

than 72 hours after initial procedure and 

is treated by operating surgeon, add. . . . 

Repair 

Pharyngoplasty 



Spec. Anaes. 



$ 22.75 
84.00 
16.80 



38.50 



4 


280.00 


8 


8 


301.00 


11 


8 


406.00 


14 


4 


140.00 


4 


4 


182.00 


4 


4 


199.50 


5 


4 


164.50 


4 


4 


217.00 


4 




56.00 


4 




72.00 


4 



22.75 4 

22.75 4 

175.00 8 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamUe). 



1203 



3264 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code OESOPHAGUS 

For procedures on the Oesophagus, the 
following basic units for assistants and 
anaesthetists will apply except if a basic 
benefit is listed: 

5073 Cervical approach 

5074 Thoracic approach 

5075 Abdominal approach 

Endoscopies (I.O.P.) 

Z515 Oesophagoscopy, with or 

without biopsy 

Z516 with removal of foreign body 

Z517 Oesophagoscopy with injection 

of varices — initial 

Z518 — subsequent 

Z519 Oesophagoscopy with dilation 

Z520 Oesophago-bronchoscopy or oesophago 

-gastroscopy, with or without biopsy 

and/or photography 

Z567 Subsequent procedure (within three months 

following previous endoscopic 

procedure) 

Z399 Oesophagoscopy, gastroscopy and 

duodenoscopy, with or without 

photography 

Z568 Subsequent procedure (within three 

months following previous 

endoscopic procedure) 

E702 — with multiple (3 or more) biopsies 

of specific lesion, add 

E703 — With snare polypectomy, add 

Incision 

Oesophagostomy 

5084 Cervical— adult 

5085 —neonatal 

5086 Thoracic 

Intrathoracic oesophagus tube 

5082 — via laparotomy 

5083 — via oesophagoscope 



G.P. Asst. 



6 
10 

7 



Spec. Anaes.* 



45.50 
70.00 

84.00 
59.50 
84.00 



70.00 



45.50 



70.00 



45.50 

9.00 
31.50 



98.00 
150.50 
150.50 

199.50 
150.50 



7 

13 

8 



I 



♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1204 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code OESOPHAGUS— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Excision 

5087 Intrathoracic diverticulum $245.00 

5088 Crico pharyngeal diverticulum 

or crico pharyngeal myotomy 199.50 

5089 Partial oesophageal resection and 

reconstruction (including intestinal 

transposition) 507.50 17 

5090 Total thoracic oesophageal 

resection 420.00 13 

E730 with reconstruction, add 252,00 4 

Repair 

S161 Heller procedure 280.00 

SI 00 Total thoracic oesophageal myotomy 

when sole procedure performed 350.00 

809 1 Oesophageal hiatus hernia — abdominal 
or transthoracic approach 
including gastroplasty, fundal 

plication etc 308.00 

E742 — when done in conjunction with any 

other abdominal or transthoracic 

procedure 70.00 

S092 Recurrent oesophageal hiatus hernia 378.00 

E743 — when done in conjunction with any 
other abdominal or transthoracic 
procedure 105.00 

5095 Oesophageal stricture (Thai) — 

may include oesophageal hiatus hernia. . 308.00 

5096 Ruptured oesophagus 234.50 

5097 Oesophago-gastrostomy 252.00 

8098 Oesophageal bypass, neck to abdomen .. . 413.00 

Suture 

8 1 02 Closure of oesophago — 

tracheal fistula 308.00 



3265 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1205 



1 

3266 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERAT.ONSONTHED.GEST.VESVSTEM f 

Code OESOPHAGUS— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Dilation of Oesophagus (I.O.P.) 

(May not be claimed with Z519.) 

Z529 Passive (bougie) — initial session $ 21.(X) 

Z530 — repeat session (within three months 

following previous dilation) 10.50 

Z525 Pneumatic 56.00 

Z523 With rigid dilators guided over a 

string or wire 28.00 

Z53 1 Repeat dilations during the same 

admission 15.40 

STOMACH i 

Endoscopies (I.O.P.) 1 

Z527 Gastroscopy (with or without * 

biopsy or photography) 45.50 4 

Z547 Gastroscopy with removal of 

foreign body 63.00 4 

Z528 Subsequent (within three months following 

previous gastroscopy) 38.50 4 

Incision 

SI 16 Gastrotomy — with removal of tumour 

or foreign body 6 143.50 7 

E731 — with suture of bleeding peptic ulcer, add 38.50 2 

SI 17 Pyloromyotomy (Ramstedt's) 5 140.00 10 

SI 18 Gastrostomy 6 1 15.50 7 

E707 — when done with another intra- 
abdominal procedure 28.00 

Excision 

Z526 Biopsy — (Incisional) by 

gastrotomy (I.O.P.) 35.00 

Z533 —by intubation (I.O.P.) 16.80 

Gastrectomy 

5122 Wedge resection for ulcer 7 164.50 7 

E708 Plus vagotomy, add 38.50 

E713 After previous partial gastrectomy, jL 

add 56.00 T 

5123 Partial or subtotal— distal $245.00 7 304.50 8 

S125 —proximal 7 332.50 8 

E708 Plus vagotomy, add 38.50 

E709 Plus cholecystectomy, add 49.00 

E71 1 After previous gastro-enterostomy, 

add 49.00 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1206 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3267 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code STOMACH— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

E7 1 2 After previous vagotomy and 

pyloroplasty, add $ 49.00 

E7 1 3 After previous partial gastrectomy, 

add 56.00 

S128 Total gastrectomy 7 437.50 9 

5131 Vagotomy— truncal or selective $140.00 7 175.00 7 

S 1 24 — highly selective (as sole procedure 

without pyloroplasty or 

gastroenterostomy being claimed 7 234.50 7 

S121 Transabdominal vagotomy after 

previous vagotomy 7 

S120 Gastric bypass 7 

Repair 

5132 Pyloroplasty 7 

5133 Pyloroplasty and vagotomy 203.00 7 

S 1 37 Pyloroplasty or gastroenterostomy 

plus vagotomy and cholecystectomy ... 7 

E721 With choledochotomy, add 45.50 

SI 34 Gastroduodenostomy or 

gastrojejunostomy 7 

E716 Either of above plus vagotomy add .... 70.00 

E7 1 1 after previous gastro- 
enterostomy, add 

E721 With choledochotomy, add 45.50 

Suture 

8138 Closure of gastrostomy or other 

external fistula of stomach 5 140.00 6 

51 39 Gastrorrhapy for perforated ulcer 

or wound) 1 19.00 6 147.00 7 

51 40 Closure of gastrocolic fistula 7 280.00 7 

Introduction 

Z534 Gastric Cooling (I. G.P.)- 

ice water lavage of stomach 14.00 

Z532 Gastric Cooling (I. G.P.) 

— oesophagogastric balloon, with 
alcohol coolant continuously 
recirculated 49.00 4 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



199.50 


7 


301.00 


7 


164.50 


7 


252.00 


7 


304.50 


8 


56.00 




164.50 


7 


84.00 




49.00 




56.00 


1 



1207 



3268 



Code 

Z560 

Z561 

Z749 



Z555 
E740 
E741 
E717 
Z535 
Z536 
Z524 



S149 
S150 

S151 

E737 

S154 

S155 
S156 
S157 
S158 
S160 

Z537 
S162 
Z750 



S164 
S165 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



45.50 


4 


66.50 


4 


17.50 


4 


10.50 


4 


14.00 




18.20 


4 


22.75 


4 



INTESTINES (EXCEPT RECTUM) G.P. Asst. 

Endoscopies (I.O.P.) 

Duodenoscopy (not allowed if Z399 

performed on same patient within 

three months) $ 59.50 

with cannulation of pancreatric and/or 

common bile duct 126.00 

Subsequent procedure (within three months 

following previous endoscopic 

procedure) 

Colonoscopy — of descending colon 

— of transverse colon, add 

— of ascending colon, add 

— if biopsy (one or more), add 

Sigmoidoscopy 

with biopsy 

with anoscopy (separate 
instrumentation) 

Incision 

Enterotomy 

Ileostomy 6 

Small intestine — including excision 

of polypi or biopsy 6 

Insertion of feeding enterostomy 6 

— when done with another 

intra-abdominal procedure 

Large intestine — including excision 

of polypi 6 

Colonoscopy with laparotomy 6 

Exteriorization of intestine (MickuHcz) ... 6 

Colostomy 6 

Caecostomy 6 

Entero-enterostomy 6 

Excision 

Biopsy by intubation (I.O.P.) 

Local excision of lesion of intestine 6 

Resection of exteriorized 

intestine (I.O.P.) 6 

Resection with anastomosis 
Small intestine 

duodenum 6 

other $189.00 6 



Spec. Anaes.* 



20.00 



164.50 

164.50 
140.00 

35.00 

164.50 
164.50 
164.50 
164.50 
119.00 
164.50 

38.50 
164.50 

35.00 



252.00 
238.00 



I 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1208 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code 



SI 66 

S167 
S168 
E738 
S169 

S170 

E738 
S173 
S174 
E718 



S188 

S189 
Z570 



E719 
Z571 

E720 



S175 
S176 
S177 
S178 
S179 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3269 



OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 



INTESTINES (EXCEPT 
RECTUM)— Cont'd 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Small and large intestine 

terminal ileum, caecum and ascending 

colon $224.00 7 

Large intestine — any portion 224.00 7 

Ileostomy, subtotal colectomy 7 

— with Koch ileostomy, add 

Total colectomy with ileo-rectal 

anastomosis 9 

Ileostomy plus total colectomy plus 

abdomino-perineal resection 9 

— with Koch ileostomy, add 

2-Surgeon team — abdominal 9 

— perineal 

Bowel resection following previous 

resection with anastomosis, or following 

S217, S213, S214 or S215, add 

Bowel resection without anastomosis 

(colostomy and mucous fistula) 6 

Intestinal bypass for morbid obesity 7 

Fulguration of polyp through 

colonoscope (I. G.P.) (May be 

allowed in addition to 

colonoscopy) 

— each additional polyp, add 

— (maximum of 4 additional polyps) . . . 
Excision of polyp through 

colonoscope (I. G.P.) (may be 

allowed in addition to colonoscopy). . . . 
— each additional polyp, add — 

(Maximum of 2 additional polyps) 



Intestinal Obstruction — one stage (if staged 

procedure, refer to preamble on page 1 36, 

(para 15). 

Without resection 

With entero-enterostomy 

With resection 

Intestinal atresia (newborn) 

Meconium ileus 



Spec. 


Anaes.* 


$280.00 


7 


280.00 


7 


374.50 


7 


87.50 




434.00 


9 


507.50 


10 


87.50 




437.50 


10 


119.00 





42.00 



238.00 
301.00 


6 

8 


25.20 


4 


12.60 




77.00 




38.50 





6 


213.50 


6 


6 


259.00 


7 


6 


304.50 


7 


6 


304.50 


7 


6 


304.50 


7 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1209 



3270 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 

Code INTESTINES (EXCEPT 

RECTUM)— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Repair 

8181 Revision of ileostomy or colostomy 

—skin level 5 $ 56.00 5 

S182 —full thickness 6 164.50 6 

5192 Revision of Koch ileostomy pouch 6 164.50 6 

5193 Revision of standard ileostomy into Koch 

ileostomy pouch 6 280.00 7 

SI 83 Caecopexy or sigmoidopexy when 

sole procedure performed 5 108.50 6 

Suture I 

8184 Suture of intestine 6 140.00 6 I 

E721 with choledochotomy, add $45.50 56.00 1 ^ 

Closure of colostomy or enterostomy 

8185 — with resection and anastomosis 6 164.50 7 

8186 —without resection 5 129.50 6 

8 1 87 Plication of small intestine for 

adhesions 6 252.00 7 

Note: For division or removal of adhesions only 
use 8312. 

Manipulation (I.O.P.) 

Z538 Reduction of prolapse 1 1.90 4 

Z539 Dilation of enterostomy, 

colostomy, etc 11.90 4 

Z540 Intubation of small intestine (therapeutic 

or diagnostic) with or without 

fluoroscopy 28.00 

E732 with biopsy, add 9.00 

MECKEL'S DIVERTICULUM AND 
THE MESENTERY 

Excision 

8194 Meckel's diverticulum 5 140.00 6 

8195 Local excision of lesion 5 1 12.00 6 

8199 Resection of mesentery 5 140.00 6 

APPENDIX 
Incision 

8204 Drainageof abscess, complete care 87.50 5 108.50 6 

Excision 

8205 Appendectomy 94.50 5 1 19.00 6 

8206 — with gross perforation and 

peritonitis 140.00 5 175.00 6 

♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1210 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code RECTUM G.P. Asst. 

Indsioii 

Proctotomy 

5210 — with exploration 4 

52 1 1 — with decompression (imperforate 

anus) 4 

5212 — with drainage (perirectal abscess) 4 

ExdsioH 

Proctectomy 

52 1 3 Anterior resection or proctosigmoidectomy 

(anastomosis below peritoneal 

reflection) 8 

52 1 4 Abdomino-perineal resection or 

pull through 8 

Two surgeon team 

5215 abdominal surgeon 8 

5216 perineal surgeon 

5217 Hartmann procedure 8 

5218 Colon reconstruction following 

Hartmann procedure 8 

Z752 Biopsy(s) of rectosigmoid for 

Hirschsprung's disease (l.O.P.) 3 

5222 Presacral or trans-sacral proctotomy 

and excision of lesion 4 

Z572 Electrocoagulation and/ or excision 

of rectal carcinoma (l.O.P.) 

— initial 3 

Z573 —repeat 3 

Polyps or tumours of rectum or sigmoid 

(max. — 2 polyps any size or technique) 

(l.O.P.) 
Z753 — electrocoagulation — base under 2 cm . . . 

Z754 — excision — base under 2cm 3 

Z755 — electrocoagulation or excision 

base over 2 cm 3 

Note: For fulguration or excision of tumours 

through the colonoscope use codes Z570, 
Z571. 

Repair 

5223 Anastomosis of rectum 4 

5224 Proctostomy 4 



3271 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$52.50 

52.50 
52.50 



66.50 



350.00 


8 


420.00 


10 


350.00 


10 


119.00 




280.00 


9 


350.00 


8 


38.50 


4 


164.50 


6 


66.50 


4 


38.50 


4 


11.20 


4 


38.50 


4 



217.00 
140.00 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1211 



3272 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code RECTUM— Cont'd G.P. Asst. 

Rectal prolapse 

8225 Excision of mucus membrane 

5226 Perineal repair, major 

5227 Abdominal approach 

5228 Insertion of Thiersh wire 

Suture 

5229 Suture of rectum, trauma 

— external approach 4 

Closure of fistula 

823 1 Recto vaginal (any repair) 4 

8232 Recto vesical 4 

Manipulation (I.O.P.) 

Z541 Dilation, and/or disimpaction or removal 

of foreign body under general 

anaesthetic (when sole procedure 

performed) 

Z756 Fecal disimpaction — no 

anaesthetic 

OPERATIONS ON THE ANUS 
Endoscopy 

Z543 Anoscopy (proctoscopy)(I.O.P.) 

Incision 

Z544 Biopsy (I.O.P.) 

Z545 Thrombosed haemorrhoid(s) (I.O.P.) .... 

8241 Sphincterotomy 3 

8242 — with excision of fissure 3 

Excision 

8246 Excision of fissure $45.50 3 

8247 Haemorrhoidectomy, with or without 

sigmoidoscopy or repair of fissure 87.50 3 

Note: Includes dilation/injection of anal 

sphincter and removal of anal polyp. 
Z565 Complete haemorrhoidectomy using 

cryotherapy and/or Barron 

ligation(s) including rectal dilation 

(I.O.P.) 

Z546 Barron ligation(s) (I.O.P.) 

(not to exceed 5 in any one year) 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Spec. Anaes . * 



3 


$108.50 


4 


4 


164.50 


4 


6 


252.00 


8 


3 


84.00 


4 



108.50 

175.00 
199.50 



56.00 



108.50 



42.00 
12.60 



22.75 4 
10.50 

3.60 



16.80 


4 


12.60 


4 


42.00 


4 


77.00 


4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1212 



0. Reg. 454/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code OPERATIONS ON THE ANUS— Cont'd G.P. Asst. 



3273 



Spec. Anaes.* 



Z566 Barron ligation(s) plus cryotherapy 

(I.O.P.)(not toexceedS inany oneyear) $ 15.40 

S249 Local excision for malignancy 3 84.00 4 

Z757 Excision of benign anal lesion(s) 

(I.O.P.) 3 18.90 4 

5251 Fistula-in-ano $87.50 3 108.50 4 

5252 Perineal pull through for 

imperforate anus 3 84.00 4 

5253 Transplantation of ectopic anus 7 217.00 7 

Introduction 

Z575 Haemorrhoid injections (I.O.P.) 

(Maximum 5 in any one year) 12.60 

Z576 Injections for anal fissure (I.O.P.) 16.80 4 

Repair 

5256 Excision of scar, for stenosis 3 70.00 4 

5257 Anoplasty, for stenosis 4 140.00 4 

5258 Repair of anal sphincter 4 140.00 4 

5259 Repair of anal sphincter and 

ano-rectal ring 4 164.50 4 

Destruction (I.O.P.) 

Z548 Cauterization of fissure 16.80 4 

Z549 Fulguration of condylomata 

— local anaesthetic 16.80 

Z758 —general anaesthetic 3 38.50 4 

Manipulation 

Z550 Dilation of anal sphincter (I.O.P.) 5.60 4 

S248 Peter Lord procedure (includes 
sigmoidoscopy 
and dilation of anus) 45.50 4 

LIVER 
Incision 

Z554 Biopsy, incisional (I.O.P.) 31.50 

Z551 Biopsy, needle (I.O.P.) 31.50 4 

Excision 

Hepatectomy 

5269 Local excision of lesion 7 164.50 7 

5270 Left lobectomy 12 437.50 12 

8275 Partial lobectomy 8 280.00 8 

5271 Extended or complete 

right lobectomy 12 630.00 12 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1213 



3274 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
Code LIVER— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

5272 Laparotomy, choiangiogram and 

biopsy (neonatal jaundice) 6 $164.50 6 

Repair 

5273 Marsupialization of cyst 

or abscess 7 164.50 7 

BILIARY TRACT— no extra fee for 

choiangiogram 
Endoscopy (I.O.P.) 

Z558 Manipulation and/or removal of common 

bile duct stones with or without 

sphincterotomy 1 12.00 5 

Z559 Subsequent procedure (within three 

months following previous endoscopic 

procedure) 70.00 5 

Incision 

Z562 Biliary duct calculus manipulation and/or 
removal (I.O.P.) — when sole 
procedure performed 45.50 7 

5278 Cholecystostomy $133.00 7 164.50 7 

S276 Choledochotomy 7 238.00 7 

5279 Choledochotomy (previous 

cholecystectomy) 7 336.00 8 

5280 Transduodenal sphincterotomy and 

choledochotomy (previous 

cholecystectomy) 7 392.00 9 

528 1 Choledochoduodenostomy or 

choledochoenterostomy 7 301.00 9 

5282 Cholecystogastrostomy 7 199.50 7 

5283 Cholecystoenterostomy 7 199.50 7 

5284 Hepatic choledochoenterostomy 7 315.00 9 

Excision 

S287 Cholecystectomy 189.00 7 238.00 7 

E721 —with choledochotomy, add 45.50 56.00 1 

E722 — with transduodenal 

sphincterotomy, add 63.00 1 

5291 Choledochectomy 7 336.00 8 

Repair 

5292 Common duct stricture 7 392.00 10 

5293 Biliary duct atresia, infant 8 I.C. 12 

♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1214 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3275 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 

Code PANCREAS G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Z762 Biopsy, needle (I. G.P.) S 38.50 

Incision 
Z577 Biopsy, incisional (I.O.P.) 56.00 7 

5297 Pancreatotomy 7 164.50 7 

Excision 

Pancreatectomy 

5298 Complete 9 511.00 11 

5299 Paniai— Resection of head 9 51 1 .00 11 

5300 "Whipple type" operation 9 511.00 15 

5301 Local excision of lesion 8 224.00 8 

5302 Islet cell tumour 9 336.00 10 

S309 Resection of entire body and 

tail of pancreas, spleen 9 336.00 1 1 

5303 Excision pancreatic cyst 8 238.00 8 

Repair 

5305 Pancreatic— cystogastrostoray $175.00 7 217.00 7 

5306 cystoduodenostomy 8 217.00 8 

5307 cystojejunostomy 8 217.00 8 

5308 Marsupialization of cyst 7 164.50 7 

5304 Anastomosis of body and tail of pancreas 

to intestine (Puestow operation) 9 336.00 10 

ABDOMEN, PERITONEUM AND 

OMENTUM 
Paracentesis<I.O.P.) 

Z590 Aspiration for diagnostic 

sample II .90 

Z591 Aspiration with therapeutic drainage 

with or without diagnostic 

sample 22.75 4 

E724 Administration of chemotherapy, 

add 4.55 

Z763 Paracentesis with lavage for 

diagnosis (I.O.P.) 18.20 4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1215 



3276 



Code 

Z563 
Z564 
S312 



Note: 

S3 10 



Note: 



S321 

E733 
E734 
E735 
E736 
E739 

S313 
S314 
Z569 

Z574 



S311 



S320 



S203 
S209 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



ABDOMEN, PERITONEUM AND 
OMENTUM— Cont'd 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Incision 

Needle biopsy of peritoneum 

(I.O.P.) 

Open lavage of peritoneal cavity for 

diagnosis (lOP) 

Laparotomy, with or without biopsy 

(except biopsies of stomach, liver, 

pancreas and multiple para-aortic 

lymph nodes) $94.50 

Use for division or removal of adhesions. 
Laparotomy, with insertion of tubes 

and post-operative continuous 

peritoneal lavage 

8312, S3 10 may not be claimed with other 

intra-abdominal procedures (except for 

I.O.P.) 

Laparotomy for acute trauma 

with repair of intestine, single — add. . . . 
multiple or with resection, add 

with splenectomy, add 

with repair of lacerated liver, add 

with repair of diaphragm, add 

Peritoneal abscess 

Subphrenic 

Abdominal 

Pelvic abscess, incision drainage — 

rectal or vaginal approach (I.O.P.) .... 
Removal of infected sutures from 

abdominal wall or re-exploration of 

wound for bleeding — general anaesthetic 

(I.O.P.) 

Umbilical vein intra-abdominal dissection 

and catheterization (for newborn see 

pg. 112) 

Insertion of antabuse into 

abdominal wall 

Insertion of peritoneo — jugular 

shunt for ascites 

— primary 

— revision 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$ 18.20 
38.50 

119.00 

164.50 



6 


140.00 


6 




70.00 


3 




94.50 


3 


2 


140.00 


3 


2 


94.50 
56.00 


3 


7 


164.50 


7 


6 


108.50 


6 



56.00 



4 


42.00 


4 


6 


108.50 
24.50 


6 


7 
7 


140.00 
94.50 


7 
7 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1216 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3277 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 

Code ABDOMEN, PERITONEUM AND 

OMENTUM— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Excision 

53 1 6 Excision of full thickness abdominal wall 

tumour and primary closure 

53 17 Umbilectomy — plastic 

53 1 8 Panniculectomy/lipectomy (requires 

O.H.I. P. approval) 

53 19 Mesenteric cyst 

Endoscopy 

Peritoneoscopy or laparoscopy (l.O.P.) 

Z552 —without biopsy $45.50 

Z553 — with biopsy and/or lysis of adhesions 

and/ or removal of foreign body .... 

Repair 

5325 Omentopexy, sole operative procedure 6 112.00 6 

Herniotomy 

5326 Inguinal or Femoral — single — 

—infants and children 105.00 4 133.00 4 

S324 —adolescents and adults 1 12.00 4 140.00 4 

5328 Unilateral with exploration of other 

side, infants and children 133.00 4 164.50 5 

Strangulated or incarcerated 

5329 —without resection of bowel 136.50 4 171.50 4 

5330 —with resection of bowel 6 304.50 7 

5331 Inguinal and Femoral same side 140.00 4 175.00 4 

5332 Umbilical— Adolescent or adult 112.00 4 140.00 4 

5333 —Child (operative) 87.50 4 108.50 4 

5334 Omphalocoele and gastrochisis 

— one stage — repair 7 164.50 7 

multiple staged — repair 

5335 (a) Gross method or Silon mesh 7 164.50 7 

5336 (b) Second stage repair (completion - 

of abdominal wall closure) 7 164.50 7 







I.e. 


6 




4 


$ 56.00 


4 




6 


203.00 


6 




6 


157.50 


6 


W5.50 




56.00 


4 


59.50 




73.50 


4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1217 



3278 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 

Code ABDOMEN, PERITONEUM AND 

OMENTUM— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Diaphragmatic/morgagni, other than 
oesophageal hernia 

5337 One stage procedure — trans-abdominal . 7 

5338 Trans-thoracic 9 

5339 Second stage and abdominal closure ... 4 

5340 Ventral— post-operative $133.00 6 

S344 Massive incisional hernia 6 

E725 Recurrent — all types, excepting 

diaphragmatic, add 35.00 42.00 2 

E726 Repeat recurrent inguinal hernia (more 

than 2 repairs), add to S324, S326, 

S329, S330orS331 77.00 2 

8342 Epigastric 87.50 4 108.50 4 

E727 Hydrocoele — extra — applicable to 

adults only 24.50 28.00 

Suture 

S343 Secondary closure for evisceration 101.50 6 126.00 6 



$238.00 


9 


238.00 


13 


140.00 


9 


164.50 


6 


199.50 


6 



♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1218 



0. Reg. 454/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3279 



OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 

Code KIDNEY AND PERINEPHRIUM 



Indsion 

Z601 Renal biopsy(s), unilateral, needle (I.O.P.) 
340 1 Drainage of kidney abscess 

5402 Drainage of perinephric abscess 

5403 Exploration of renal and peri-renal 

tissues (with or without biopsy or 

unroofing of cyst) 

Note: Use for open renal biopsy. 
Nephrotomy 

5404 — with drainage — nephrostomy — when 

sole operative procedure 

5405 — with removal of calculus 

Z600 — change of nephrostomy tube (I .O.P.) . 

5406 Transection of aberrant renal vessels 

5407 Pyelotomy — with drainage 

5408 — with removal of calculus 

5409 — with diversion of urine 

Excision 

5410 Calycectomy with diversion of urine 

341 1 Partial or hemi-nephrectomy 

S423 Partial or hemi-nephrectomy with 

total ureterectomy 

Nephrectomy 

S412 ectopic kidney 

841 3 — lumbar 

5414 — secondary 

5415 — transi)eritoneaI 

54 1 6 — thoraco-abdominal or radical 

nephrectomy 

5417 — thoraco-abdominal or radical 

nephrectomy with gland dissection . . . 

5419 Nephro-ureterectomy, total, without 

resection of uretero-vesical junction . . 

5420 Nephro-ureterectomy, total, with 

resection of uretero-vesical junction . , 

542 1 Excision of stenosed renal artery with 

reimplantation or homograft 



G.P. 


Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 




7 
7 


$38.50 

150.00 

98.00 


4 

7 
7 



164.50 



164.50 
217.00 
15.40 
175.00 
175.00 
199.50 
213.50 



231.00 
245.00 

266.00 

213.50 
213.50 
234.50 
234.50 



13 
13 



308.00 
322.00 
234.50 10 
269.50 10 
353.50 15 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1219 



3280 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 

Code KIDNEY AND 

PERINEPHRIUM— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Repair 

S422 Pyeloplasty (with or without nephropexy) . 7 $234.50 7 

S426 Nephropexy — when sole operative 

procedure 7 175.00 7 

5428 Symphysiotomy, for horseshoe kidney 

with or without nephropexy and 

associated procedures 7 199.50 7 

Suture 

5429 Ruptured or lacerated kidney 

— repair or removal 7 199.50 7 

5430 Removal of staghorn calculus filling 

renal pelvis and calyces to include x-ray 

control 7 294.00 9 

E752 — when kidney has previously been 

operated upon, add 38.50 

Extra Renal Procedures 

8431 Excision of retroperitoneal tumour 7 175.00 7 

5432 Exploration retroperitoneal tumour 7 122.50 7 

5433 Sacro-coccygeal teratoma 6 199.50 6 

Renal Transplantation Procedures: 

(submit on recipient's claim) 

These benefits do not include immuno- 
suppressive therapy which is on a 
"fee for service" basis. .* 

5435 Kidney transplant (surgical team benefit). . 448.00 13 

5436 Donor nephrectomy — surgical team 

benefit, unilateral or bilateral 7 199.50 8 

Note: For nephrological components of the 

above, see Diagnostic and Therapeutic 

Procedures. 
8437 Renal autotransplantation 402.50 10 

URETER 

Endoscopic Procedures 

8470 Cystoscopy with manipulation and/or 
removal of calculus and retrograde 
pyelogram if required $87.50 108.50 4 

'"To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1220 



0. Reg. 454/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3281 



OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 



Code URETER— Cont'd 



G.P. Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



Incision 

5442 Peri-ureteral abscess 6 

Ureterotomy, abdominal or vaginal 

exploratory or for drainage 

5443 —upper 2/3 $98.00 6 

5444 —lower 1/3 6 

with removal of calculus 

8445 —upper 2/3 6 

5446 —lower 1/3 6 

where ureter has been previously opened 

5447 —upper 2/3 6 

5448 —lower 1/3 6 

Excision 

8449 Ureterectomy — including 

uretero-vesical junction 6 

8450 —other 6 

Repair 

845 1 U retero- vesical anastomosis or 

re-implantation unilateral 6 

8562 Bifid ureter 6 

8452 Uretero-ileal conduit 6 

8453 Uretero-ileal conduit with total 

cystectomy 9 

8454 Uretero-ileal conduit with ureterectomy 

and ileal replacement 6 

Uretero-intestinal anastomosis or 
transplant 

8455 —unilateral 6 

8462 —bilateral 6 

8456 — bilateral with cystectomy, one stage . . 9 

8457 Uretero-ureterostomy 6 

8458 Ureterostomy — cutaneous — unilateral ... 6 

8463 — with lower third ureterotomy 6 

8459 Uretero-vaginal fistula 6 

8460 Ureterolysis for peri-ureteral 

fibrosis unilateral 6 

S461 Ureteroplasty (Hutch) — unilateral 6 

8427 Bladder flap (Baori) 6 



$98.00 



122.50 
175.00 

171.50 
217.00 

199.50 
234.50 



199.50 
217.00 
353.50 



150.50 
199.50 

437.50 
252.00 
122.50 
175.00 
266.00 

199.50 
150.50 
227.50 



199.50 7 
150.50 7 



567.00 15 
402.50 7 



6 

6 

13 

8 
6 
6 
6 

6 
6 
6 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1221 



3282 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code URETER— Cont'd 

Suture 

Spontaneous or traumatic rupture or 
transection 

5465 — immediate — upper 2/3 

5466 —lower 1/3 

5467 — late repair — upper 2/3 

5468 —lower 1/3 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



6 


$175.00 


6 


6 


199.50 


6 


6 


199.50 


6 


6 


220.50 


7 



BLADDER 
Endoscopy — Cystoscopy 

No extra claim may be made for EUA 
when done at the time of cystoscopy. 

Diagnostic Procedures (I.O.P.) 

Z606 Diagnostic with or without urethroscopy 

(Panendoscopy) 34.30 4 

Z607 Repeat within 30 days 15.40 4 

Z608 With catheterization of ureters with or 

without collection of ureteral specimens, 

intravenous function test and retrograde 

injection of opaque media and 

calibration and/or dilation of the 

ureter (eg. split function, Howard's test 

or retrograde pyelogram) 

— one or both sides 42.00 4 

Z610 With transurethral biopsy 45.50 4 

Z6 12 With manometry (to include urethral 

pressure profile if required) 39.20 4 

Z613 With meatotomy or internal 

urethrotomy 37.80 4 

Z614 With meatotomy and retrograde 

pyelogram 45.50 4 

Z615 With needle biopsy of prostate 49.00 4 

Therapeutic Procedures 

5492 With electrocoagulation — tumour(s) 52.50 4 

5493 — Hunner ulcer . . 52.50 4 
With excision of tumour or tumours 

including base and adjacent muscles 
and electrocoagulation if necessary 

5494 Single tumour 1 to 2 cm. diameter 126.00 4 

5495 Single tumour over 2 cm. diameter 199.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1222 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3283 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 

Code BLADDER— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 



5496 Multiple tumours $199.50 4 

5497 With resection bladder neck, female . . . 77.00 4 

5498 With resection bladder neck, male 150.50 5 

5499 With electro surgical ureteral meatotomy 77.00 4 

5500 With removal foreign body or calculus. . 77.00 4 
E75 1 With insertion of radioactive substance, 

in addition to associated procedures 

(Z606toS500) 25.20 

S502 With evacuation of bladder clots and 

control of haemorrhage (longer than 72 

hours post-op) 45.50 4 

Note: Z608 to S500 — "with" means the listed 
benefit includes the cystoscopy. 

Introduction (I.O.P.) 

Catheterization; acute retention, change 

of retention catheter or instillation of 

medication 

Z602 —office 3.85 

Z603 —home 7.00 

U.V.C. —hospital visit fees visit fees 

U.V.C. — change of suprapubic tube visit fees visit fees 

Incision 
Z605 Aspiration (I.O.P.) 5.60 

5478 Cystotomy or cystostomy 5 98.00 5 

5479 Cystotomy or cystostomy and 

electrocoagulation of tumour 5 150.50 5 

5480 Cystotomy with trochar and cannula 

and insertion of tube 52.50 5 

E750 — when done in conjunction with 

another procedure, add 1 1 .90 

848 1 Cystolithotomy — when sole operative 

procedure — 5 122.50 5 

5476 Cutaneous vesicostomy 5 199.50 5 

5477 Reduction cystoplasty 

(bladder plication) 5 164.50 5 

Excision 

Cystectomy 

5482 Partial for tumour or diverticulum 

(single or multiple) 6 175.00 6 

5483 —with re-implantation of ureter 6 252.00 7 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1223 



3284 



Code 

S484 

S485 
S486 
S471 

S487 

S488 

S489 

S491 



S512 
S513 
S518 

S519 
SS20 



S521 



S522 
SS23 
S524 
S525 



Z617 
Z618 

S547 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



BLADDER— Cont'd 

Complete cystectomy, without 

transplant 

— with uretero-intestinal transplant . 

— with uretero-ileal conduit 

Excision of urachal cyst or sinus with 

or without umbilical hernia repair .... 
Excision of urachus, repair of bladder 

and diversion of urine 

Extrophy-excision of bladder and repair 
of abdominal wall, inclusive of graft . . 
— above including bilateral 

ureterosigmoidostomy 

Plastic repair of extrophy using 
bladder and including skin flaps 

Repair 

Repair of ruptured bladder 

Cystoplasty, using intestine 

Plastic repair of bladder neck 

—child 

— adolescent or adult 

With diverticulectomy 

Destruction 

Litholapaxy and removal of fragments . . 

Suture 

Closure of fistula 

External, suprapubic 

Vesico-vaginal — vaginal approach .... 

— transvesical approach 

Vesico-rectal or vesico-sigmoid 

URETHRA 

Endoscopy 

Urethroscopy — diagnostic (LO. P.) 

— with biopsy (I.O.P.) .... 
Removal of foreign body or calculus .... 



G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 



6 
8 
9 


$283.50 
378.00 
567.00 


10 
15 
15 


6 


133.00 


6 


6 


133.00 


6 


6 


98.00 


6 


6 


297.50 


6 


6 


297.50 


6 


5 
8 


150.50 
297.50 


6 
9 


5 
5 
5 


150.50 
199.50 
252.00 


5 
5 
7 



98.00 



4 


122.50 


4 


4 


203.00 


6 


5 


213.50 


6 


5 


175.00 


6 



15.40 4 
35.00 4 
77.00 4 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1224 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3285 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 

Code URETHRA— Cont'd 

Incision 

Z6 1 6 Biopsy of urethra (without 

endoscopy) (I.O.P.) 

8530 Urethrotomy, external 

S531 Urethrostomy 

Z604 Meatotomy and plastic repair (I.O.P.). . . 

5533 For extravasation of urine with 

multiple drainage 

5534 — above with external urethrotomy 

or cystotomy 

Z609 Peri-urethral abscess (I.O.P.) 

Excision 

5536 Caruncle $42.00 

5537 Urethral papilloma, single or multiple . . . 

5538 Stricture including diversion 

— one stage 

5539 — two stage — first stage 

5540 — second stage 

5541 Diverticulectomy — male or female 

5542 Posterior urethral valve 

5543 Prolapse urethra, excision 

8544 Urethrectomy — radical 

Repair 

8548 Urethral sHng 4 175.00 

S549 Retropubic urethropexy (i.e. Marshall 
Marchetti) for stress incontinence — 

primary procedure 1 12.00 4 140.00 

8546 — repeat procedure for failed retropubic 

or vaginal surgery for stress 

incontinence , . . . , 4 164.50 

Urethroplasty 

8545 1st stage — proximal to sphincter 

(Turner-Warwick) 

8550 — distal to sphincter (Johannson) 

8558 2nd stage 

8559 Kauffman type procedures for 

urinary incontinence 

8560 — where perineum has been previously 

operated on for incontinence 

•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time si>ent (see preamble). 



G.P. 


Asst.» 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 






$10.50 


4 




3 


98.00 


4 




3 


98.00 


4 






14.00 


4 




3 


98.00 


4 




3 


150.50 


4 






14.00 


4 


$42.00 


3 


52.50 


4 






52.50 


4 




3 


175.00 


4 




3 


98.00 


4 




3 


150.50 


4 




3 


122.50 


4 




'4 


122.50 


4 




3 


52.50 


4 




4 


98.00 


4 



4 
4 
4 


158.50 
105.00 
105.00 


6 

4 
4 


3 


175.00 


5 


3 


199.50 


5 



1225 



3286 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM 
OPERATIONS ON THE URINARY SYSTEM 

Code URETHRA— Cont'd G.P. Asst. 

Suture 

5551 Rupture, anterior urethra 

(diversion of urine extra) 4 

5552 Posterior urethra — immediate repair 4 

5553 — late repair 4 

Fistula 

5554 Penile urethra (diversion of urine extra) . 

5555 Perineal urethra 4 

8556 Recto-urethral with diversion, colostomy 

and closure of colostomy 6 

Destruction 

S557 Urethro-vesicolysis — when sole 

operative procedure 3 

S564 Transurethral incision or resection 
of external sphincter (when sole 
operative procedure) 

Manipulation 

Dilation of stricture, male (Passage of 

Sounds) 

Z621 —local anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 

Z619 — general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 

Z622 Dilationof urethra, female (I.O.P.) 

Z620 — under general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) ... 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Spec. 


Anaes.* 


$77.00 


4 


199.50 


4 


252.00 


5 


52.50 


4 


150.50 


4 



252.00 



98.00 



150.50 



4.55 
23.80 

2.10 
18.90 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1226 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3287 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MALE GENITAL SYSTEM 
Code PENIS G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Incision — Slit of prepuce 

8567 Newborn 

5568 Infant 

5569 Adult or child 

Excision 

5570 Circumcision — Newborn 

5571 —Infant 

5572 —Adult or Child $45.50 

Z702 Biopsy (I.O.P.) 

Amputation 

5574 Partial 

5575 Partial with inguinal glands 1 or 2 stages 

5576 Radical with inguinal and femoral 
glands 1 or 2 stages 

Z701 Condylomata (I.O.P.) 

— local anaesthetic 

Z767 — general anaesthetic 

S599 Excision plaque for Peyronies disease .... 

— where grafting is necessary, add 

appropriate skin graft benefit. 

Repair 

5577 Epispadias 3 150.50 4 

Hypospadias 

5578 One stage repair 4 150.50 4 

5579 Chordee repair 4 98.00 4 

5580 Plastic reconstruction, urethra 4 150.50 4 

5581 Closure urethro-cutaneous fistula 52.50 4 

S597 Penile prosthesis for impotence 4 150.50 4 

R827 Creation of A. V. fistula, 

(Saphena-Cavernosa shunt) 4 147,00 6 

TESTIS 

Incision 

Z703 Abscess (I.O.P.) 25.20 4 

Z704 Biopsy (I.O.P.)— single 25.20 4 

Z705 —bilateral 37.80 4 

Z706 — with vasography (see also page 101 .). . 52.50 4 

5589 Orchidectomy— unilateral 63.00 3 77.00 4 

5590 Radical removal lymph nodes for 

testicular tumour 6 252.00 8 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preambk). 





S 5.60 






8.40 


4 




11.20 


4 




14.00 






35.00 


4 


$45.50 3 


56.00 


4 




11.20 


4 


4 


77.00 


4 


4 


199.50 


5 


6 


252.00 
16.10 


7 




38.50 


4 


4 


94.50 


4 



1227 



3288 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MALE GENITAL SYSTEM 

Code TESTIS— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

S598 Radical orchidectomy for malignany 

—unilateral 3 $105.00 4 

Repair 

5591 Orchidopexy, any type, one or two 

stages to include hernia repair where 

required $1 19.00 4 150.50 4 

5592 —second stage (Torek) repair 25.20 4 

5593 Exploration for undescended testicle, 

without orchidopexy 98.00 4 122.50 4 

5594 Reduction of torsion of testis or 

appendix testis and repair 3 105.00 4 

8595 Ruptured testicle 3 77.00 4 

N.C. Insertion of testicular prosthesis N.A.B. 

EPIDIDYMIS 

Incision 

Z707 Abscess (I.O.P.) 25.20 4 

Excision 

860 1 Spermatocoele or spermatic granuloma .. . 63.00 3 77.00 4 

8602 Epididymectomy— unilateral 63.00 3 77.00 4 

Repair 
8606 Anastomosis Epididymovasostomy- | 

unilateral 63.00 3 77.00 4 

TUNICA VAGINALIS 

Incision 

Z708 Hydrocoele aspiration (I.O.P.) 7.00 

Excision 

861 1 Hydrocoele— unilateral 63.00 4 77.00 4 

Note: When done with hernia repair use E727. 

SCROTUM 

Incision 

Z709 Abscess or haematocoele (I.O.P.) 

— local anaesthetic 9.00 

Z768 — general anaesthetic 24.50 4 

8616 —and exploration— unilateral 3 52.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1228 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MALE GENITAL SYSTEM 
Code SCROTUM— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Excision 

5618 Resection of scrotum 3 $98.00 4 

Suture 

5619 Trauma — laceration — depending on 

extent and complications I.C. I.C. 

VAS DEFERENS 

Incision 

Z710 Vasography (I.O.P.) 25.20 4 

Repair 

5624 Anastomosis, unilateral 3 98.00 4 

5625 — including biopsy and vasography .... 3 122.50 4 

Suture 

5626 Ligation — uni or bilateral (vasectomy) ... 3 63.00 4 

SPERMATIC CORD 

Excision 

S630 Hydrocoele— single $63.00 3 77.00 4 

Note: When done with hernia repair use E727. 
863 1 Varicocoele (abdominal or 

scrotal approach) — single 3 77.00 4 

SEMINAL VESICLES 

Incision 

Z71 1 Abscess (I.O.P.) 52.50 4 

Excision 

S636 Vesiculectomy 3 252.00 4 

PROSTATE 

Incision 

Z712 Biopsy, needle (I.O.P.) 35.00 4 

Z713 —with drainage abscess (I.O.P.) 3 40.60 4 

— with removal of calculus 

5642 —perineal 4 199.50 4 

5643 —retropubic 4 199.50 4 

5644 Biopsy, perineal, open operation 3 98.00 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



3289 



1229 



3290 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE MALE GENITAL SYSTEM 
Code PROSTATE— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Excision 

Prostatectomy (not to include investigative 

cystoscopy) but to include vasectomy 

when indicated. 

8645 Perineal 

S646 Perineal with vesiculectomy 

8647 Suprapubic — one stage $171.50 

8648 — two stages — 1st stage 

8649 —2nd stage 

8650 Retropubic— simple 171.50 

8651 —radical 

8641 Transpubic total prostatovesiculectomy 

with pelvic lymph node dissection. .. . 8 402.50 11 

Endoscopy (cystoscopy included.) 

8655 Transurethral resection of prostate 

(no additional benefit for cystoscopy, 
meatotomy, dilatation of stricture, 
internal urethrotomy or vasectomy 

when done at the same time) 182,00 227.50 5 

8654 Transurethral resection of prostate 
for residual or regrowth of tissue 
within one year of previous 
prostatectomy by same surgeon 143.50 5 

8656 Transurethral drainage of abscess, 

complete care 52.50 5 



6 


$203.00 


6 


8 


308.00 


11 


5 


213.50 


5 


5 


98.00 


5 


5 


122.50 


5 


5 


213.50 


5 


5 


329.00 


5 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1230 



0. Reg. 454/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3291 



OPERATIONS ON THE FEMALE GENITAL SYSTEM 

In composite operations such as anterior 
and posterior repair and D. & C. or 
anterior and posterior repair and 
cauterization of cervix and biopsy, the 
benefit shall, unless otherwise mentioned 
below, be that of the major procedures. 

Code VULVA AND INTROITUS 



S700 



Z714 
Z715 
Z716 



Z717 



S707 

S706 

Z733 
Z734 
Z735 

Z736 
Z769 

Z737 



S703 
S704 
E850 



£85 1 



Indsioii 

Hymenotomy 

Abscess of vulva, Barthohn or 

Skene's gland (I.O.P.) — incision 

and drainage 

— local anaesthetic 

— general anaesthetic 

Marsupialization of Bartholin's cyst 

or abscess (I.O.P.) (includes Z714 or 

Z715) 

Perineotomy (I.O.P.) 

EJccision 

Hymenectomy (with or without 

perineotomy) 

Cyst of Bartholin's gland 

Condylomata — single or multiple (I.O.P.) 

Chemical — single 

— two 

— three or more 

Surgical excision or electrodessication 

— local anaesthetic 

— general anaesthetic 

Cryosurgery — initial or subsequent 

treatment 

Vulvectomy 

Simple — partial 

— ^^without gland dissection 

— with bilateral femoral node gland 
dissection with or without skin 

graft, add 

— with bilateral common iliac gland 
dissection with or without skin 
graft, add 



G.P. Asst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 




$28.00 


4 




9.00 




3 


24.50 


4 


3 


33.60 
9.00 


4 




38.50 


4 


3 


77.00 

3.15 
4.75 
7.70 

16.10 


4 




38.50 


4 




5.60 




4 


126.00 


4 


6 


210.00 


6 



108.50 



154.00 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent, (see preamble). 



1231 



3292 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE FEMALE GENITAL SYSTEM 
Code VULVA AND INTROITUS— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Repair 

S708 Non obstetrical injury to vulva 

and/or vagina, and/or perineum LC. LC. 

S705 Ligation— of varicose vein of labia $38.50 4 

VAGINA 

Incision 

5712 Culdotomy, drainage or needle pucture .. . $31.50 38.50 4 

5713 Culdotomy, incision and exploration 3 77.00 4 

Z579 Culdoscopy (I.O.P.) 52.50 4 

Z580 with biopsy 70.00 4 

Z728 Incision and drainage of cyst, 

abscess or haematoma 24.50 4 

U.V.C. Vaginal insufflation visit fees visit fees 

Excision 

Biopsy(s) — when sole procedure (LO.P.) 

Z722 —local anaesthetic 10.50 

Z723 — general anaesthetic 24.50 4 

5715 Excisionofcyst(s), or benign tumour(s). . . 63.00 3 77.00 4 

S742 Colpectomy — e.g., for carcinoma 4 210.00 6 

S702 Excision of congenital vaginal septum ... . 3 77.00 4 

Repair 

5716 Anterior or posterior repair 80.50 3 98.00 5 

5717 Anterior and posterior repair 129.50 3 161.00 5 

87 1 8 Anterior, posterior repair and 

repair of enterocoele 147.00 3 182.00 5 

87 1 9 Posterior repair and repair of 

enterocoele 3 161 .00 5 

8723 Posterior repair and repair of 

anal sphincter 98.00 3 122.50 5 

8720 Anterior repair (with or without 

posterior repair) and repair of 
uterine prolapse (Fothergill or 
Watkin's interposition) 150.50 3 189.00 5 

8721 Anterior, posterior repair with 

excision of cervical stump 3 189.00 6 

8722 Post hysterectomy vault prolapse or 

enterocoele — vaginal or abdominal 

approach 150.50 3 189.00 6 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1232 



Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE FEMALE GENITAL SYSTEM 



3293 



Code VAGINA— Cont'd 



G.P. Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



5724 Perineorrhaphy $42.00 3 $52.50 4 

Note: May not be claimed with delivery or with 

other vaginal surgery procedures. 

5725 Colpocleisis (Le Fort or modification) ... . 5 150.50 5 

5726 Construction of artificial vagina 4 LC. 6 

Closure of fistula 

5727 Vesico- vaginal — single surgeon 4 203.00 6 

S734 — two surgeons — vaginal surgeon 4 157.50 6 

S71 1 — abdominal surgeon 157.50 

5728 Recto-vaginal (any repair) 4 175.00 6 

5729 Uretero-vaginal 6 262.50 6 

S709 Urethro-vaginal 4 98.00 4 

5730 Urethral caruncle or prolapse of 

mucosa 52.50 4 

S549 Retropubic urethropexy — combined 

abdominal-vaginal procedure for stress 

incontinence (primary procedure) 112.00 4 140.00 5 

Following previous failed procedure 

5731 —one surgeon 6 234.50 7 

5732 — two surgeons — vaginal surgeon 6 105.00 7 

5733 — abdominal surgeon. . . 182.00 

Manipulation 

Examination and/or dilatation — when 
sole procedure 

Z718 General anaesthetic (l.O.P.) 18.00 24.50 4 

Note: Removal of I.U.D. under g.a.; use Z718. 
U.V.C. Removal of LU.D. without 

g.a visit fees visit fees 

CERVIX UTERI 

Endoscopy 

Z730 Colposcopy (screening) (LO.P.) 4.55 

Z73 1 Initial investigation of abnormal 

cytology under colposcopic technique 

(to include biopsies and curetting) 

(LO.P.) 18.20 

Cauterization (LO.P.) 

U.V.C. Chemical visit fees 

Z732 Cryotherapy 7.70 

Z724 Electrocautery 3.80 

Z725 Dilatation and cauterization under 

general anaesthesia 24.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1233 



3294 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE FEMALE GENITAL SYSTEM 

Code CERVIX UTERI— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Conization 
Knife conization 
S744 — without diagnostic curettage 

(residual stump) $77.00 4 

S756 —with diagnostic curettage 3 105.00 4 

Z729 Cryoconization, electroconization or CO2 
laser therapy with or without curettage 
(I.O.P.) 19.25 4 

Excision 

Z720 Biopsy — with or without 

fulgurization (I.O.P.) 7.70 4 

5765 Amputation of cervix 4 98.00 4 

5766 Cervical stump— abdominal 6 133.00 6 

8767 —vaginal 4 133.00 4 

Note: Excision of cervical polyp(s) under g.a.; 

use Z720. 
U.V.C. Cervical polyp without g.a visit fees visit fees 

Repair 

S774 Tracheoplasty for incompetent cervix ... . 3 52.50 4 

S750 Trachelorrhaphy (plastic repair of 

cervix) — not immediately following 

delivery 3 52.50 4 

CORPUS UTERI 
Endoscopy (I.O.P.) 

Z583 Hysteroscopy 28.00 

Z584 —with biopsy 35.00 

Z585 — with cannulization of tubes 45.50 , 

Incision and Excision 
Z719 Endometrial biopsy — suction or 

curette — endometrial cytology 

—wash or brush (I.O.P.) 7.70 

Z581 Office endometrial curettage (I.O.P.) 18.20 | 

Z770 Dilatation and curettage — incomplete 

abortion (I.O.P.) $24.50 28.00 4 

8754 Diagnostic curettage (with or without 

cauterization, biopsy of cervix, removal 

of polypi, Rubin's test or 

hysterosalpingography) 52.50 66.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1234 



0. Reg. 454/78 



S753 
S755 
S764 

S757 
S758 

S759 

S710 
S760 
S761 

S762 

S768 
S769 
S763 



S771 
S772 

S773 



S779 
S775 
S776 
S777 
S778 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3295 



OPERATIONS ON THE FEMALE GENITAL SYSTEM 



Code CORPUS UTERI— Cont'd 



G.P. Asst.< 



Intracavitary application of radium or 
sealed sources including D.&C. carried 
out at same time as application (to 
include consultation fee) 

— first application 

— repeat application 

Myomectomy S122.50 

Hysterectomy (with or without adnexa) 

Total — abdominal or vaginal 168.(X) 

— with anterior and posterior vaginal 

repair 231.00 

— with anterior or posterior vaginal 

repair 206.50 

— with omentectomy for malignancy . . . 

Partial or subtotal 

— with anterior and posterior vaginal 

repair 

— with anterior or posterior vaginal 

repair 

— with total omentectomy 

Radical (Schauta) — vaginal 

Radical (Wertheim's) 

Repair 

Hysteropexy (uterine suspension) 98.00 

— with anterior and posterior 
vaginal repair 

— with anterior or posterior 

vaginal repair 

Hysteroplasty 

Excision of septum (Strassman) 

Unification of double uterus 

Uterine inversion, manual 

Uterine inversion, operative 

Presacral neurectomy (with or 

without ovarian neurectomy) 



Spec. Anaes.* 



6 


$98.00 

45.50 

150.50 


4 
4 
6 


6 


210.00 


6 


6 


287.00 


6 


6 
6 
6 


259.00 
234.50 
161.00 


6 
6 
6 


6 


210.00 


6 


6 
6 
8 
8 


182.00 
182.00 
304.50 
329.00 


6 
6 

8 
8 


6 


122.50 


6 


6 


182.00 


6 


6 


150.50 


6 


6 
4 

4 


161.00 

206.50 

77.00 

161.00 


6 

4 
4 
6 



161.00 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1235 



3296 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE FEMALE GENITAL SYSTEM 
Code FALLOPIAN TUBE G.P. Asst.* 

Excision, Suture or Repair 

S738 Salpingectomy and salpingo- 

oophorectomy (uni or bilateral) $129.50 6 

8741 Ligation, cauterization or removal of 

tubes by abdominal or vaginal approach, 

including laparoscopy, culdoscopy, or 

hysteroscopy — for 

sterilization (any method) 73.50 6 

Tubal plastic operation 

5735 Fimbriolysis — unilateral 6 

5736 Salpingostomy — unilateral 6 

5737 Hysterosalpingostomy (anastomosis 

of tubes to uterus) 6 

S740 Resection of portion of tubes 

and re-anastomosis 6 

OVARY 

Excision (unilateral or bilateral) 

5780 Biopsy of ovaries by laparotomy 5 

578 1 Wedge resection of ovaries (e.g. 

Stein-Leventhal) 5 

5745 Oophorectomy 129.50 6 

5782 Oophorectomy with total omentectomy. . . 6 

5746 Oophorocystectomy 129.50 6 

5747 Para ovarian cystectomy 129.50 6 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$161.00 



91.00 



112.00 


6 


161.00 


6 


210.00 


6 


210.00 


6 



112.00 



126.00 


6 


161.00 


6 


182.00 


6 


161.00 


6 


161.00 


6 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent, (see preamble). 



1236 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 
Code THYROID GLAND G.P. Asst 

IndsioB 

Z726 Aspiration, thyroid cyst (I. G.P.) 

Z727 Percutaneous silicone core needle 

biopsy, (I.O.P.) 

Z77 1 Aspiration biopsy, thyroid gland or 

nodule fine needle method (I.O.P.) .... 

5786 Abscess, complete care 

Excision 
Biopsy 

5787 Surgical 4 

Thyroidectomy 

5788 Total 6 

5789 Subtotal $178.50 6 

5790 Hemi 6 

5791 Excision of solitary nodule 6 

PARATHYROID, THYMUS AND 
ADRENAL GLANDS 

Excision 

S795 Exploration and/ or removal, 

parathyroids or parathyroid tumour 6 

S7% — if requiring splitting of sternum 10 

5797 Thymectomy 10 

5798 Adrenalectomy or exploration 

— unilateral 10 

5799 — bilateral, with or without 

oophorectomy 10 

5800 Adrenalectomy — unilateral for 

Pheochromocytoma 10 

Z772 Thymus transplant (I.O.P.) 



3297 



Spec. Anaes.* 



SI4.00 




28.00 


6 


14.00 




56.00 


4 



98.00 



280.00 


8 


224.00 


7 


164.50 


7 


136.50 


6 



280.00 8 

297.50 13 

297.50 13 

217.00 10 

332.50 II 

280.00 13 

38.50 4 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1237 



3298 



Code 

NlOO 

Z801 

Z806 
Z800 

N103 
N102 
N104 

N113 

N105 

N106 

N107 

N108 

N118 
N109 
NllO 

Z819 

Z820 

Z812 
N119 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



Hypothermia — when employed, basic units 
for any procedure on nervous system . . . 

BRAIN 

Ventricular puncture or drainage 
of cyst through previous burr hole 
or fontanelle (I.O.P.) 

Ventriculogram, (including burr holes, 

air or positive contrast) (I.O.P.) 

If done through fontanelle or 
existing opening (I.O.P.) 

Craniotomy for brain tumour 

(a) Glioblastoma and secondary tumour 

(b) Others 

Craniotomy for removal of intracerebral 

haematoma 

Craniotomy for brain biopsy (other 

than for tumour) 

Cerebral aneurysm (intracranial repair) . . . 
Cerebral A.V. malformation 

(a) Obliteration and/or excision 

by craniotomy 

(b) Extracranial approach 

Carotid-cavernous fistula 

(a) Intracranial (to include combined 
cervical and intracranial procedure) . . 

(b) Extracranial approach 

Hemispherectomy 

Lobectomy and/or excision of 

cortical scar for epilepsy 

External ventricular drainage (I.O.P.) 

with or without monitoring of I.C.P. . . . 
Insertion of intracranial catheter or 

transducer for purposes of monitoring 
.O.P. 



(I. 



.) 



Subsequent revisions or replacements 

(I.O.P.), each 

Intracranial implantation of electrode 

for cerebellar or cerebral stimulation 
Brain abscess: 

Burr hole and aspiration 

Subsequent aspiration 

Craniotomy and excision 



25 



N115 
N1I6 

N117 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 





$24.50 


7 




70.00 






45.50 


7 




490.00 


15 




525.00 


15 




350.00 


15 




247.50 


11 




525.00 


15 




525.00 


15 




360.00 


15 




525.00 


15 




350.00 


15 




525.00 


15 


11 


525.00 


15 


5 


70.00 


5 


5 


87.50 


5 


5 


35.00 


5 


11 


280.00 


11 


7 


245.00 
70.00 


7 


11 


490.00 


15 



1238 



O. Reg. 454/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



3299 



OPERATIONS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 



Code BRAIN— Cont'd. 

Prefrontal leukotomy (lobotomy) 

N121 Unilateral 

N122 Bilateral 

N 1 23 Stereotaxis (including ventriculography) . 
E9 1 5 —with implantation of stereotactic 

brain stimulator, add 

Z8 1 3 Burr hole and needling brain 

for biopsy (I.O.P.) 

Z802 Puncture and/or aspiration of 

cisterna magna (I.O.P.) 

N127 Re-opening of craniotomy for 

post-operative haematorma or infection, 

or for removal of bone flap 

N128 Repair of encephalocoele 

N129 Posterior fossa decompression for 

Arnold Chiari malformation 

N130 Midline commissurotomy 

N2 1 8 Extracranial — intracranial microvascular 

anastomosis 

Cranio-Cerebral Injuries 

U.V.C. Non-operative care: 

Z803 Subdural tap(s) (I.O.P.)— unilateral 

Z814 Diagnostic burr hole(s) (I.O.P.)" 

— uni or bilateral 

Reduction of depressed skull fracture: 

N139 Simple 

N140 Compound 

E912 — with lacerated dura, add 

E913 — with lacerated brain, add 

Intracranial haematoma: 
Extracerebral: 
N 1 43 (a) Drainage and/ or removal by 

burr hole<s) — unilateral 

N 1 44 (b) Drainage and/ or removal by 

craniotomy 

Intracerebral: 
N 1 48 With or without debridement of 

lacerated brain 



G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 



11 


$140.00 


11 


11 


175.00 


11 


11 


427.50 
70.00 


11 


7 


140.00 
35.00 


7 


11 


140.00 


11 


11 


292.50 


15 


11 


350.00 


15 


11 


420.00 


15 


11 


455.00 

visit fees 
24.50 


15 


7 


122.50 


7 


7 


175.00 


7 


11 


210.00 


11 




52.50 


4 




105.00 


4 


7 


245.00 


7 


11 


297.00 


11 



11 360.00 15 



•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preambte). 



1239 



3300 



Code 

N149 
N150 
N200 



N202 

N203 
Z807 

N206 
N207 
N208 



N211 
N212 

N215 

Z815 
N220 
Z808 

N223 

N230 
N209 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 

BRAIN— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Removal of foreign body from brain . 

C.S.F. leak — intracranial repair 

Decompressive craniectomy (frontal, 
sub-temporal) 



SKULL 

Repair of skull defect: 

Acrylic or metal cranioplasty or 

replacement of bone flap 

Skull tumour, excision 

Insertion of skull calipers (I. G.P.) . . . 
Craniosynotosis, linear craniectomy: 

One suture 

Multiple sutures 

Craniotomy for major craniofacial 

malformation 



ORBIT 

Craniotomy and removal of orbital 
tumour 

Craniotomy and orbital decompression 
(roof of orbit with or without 
lateral wall) 



PITUITARY 

Hypophysectomy including tumours of 
pituitary (any technique) 



CAROTID AND VERTEBRAL 
ARTERIES 

Temporal artery; biopsy, ligation 
or cryosurgery (I. G.P.) 

Carotid endarterectomy (with or 
without bypass and/or patch graft) 

Progressive carotid occlusion by 
Selverstoneclamp(I.G.P.) 

Vertebral endarterectomy 



CSF SHUNTING PROCEDURES 

Shunting procedures, all types 

except those otherwise specified below 
Ventriculo-atrial shunt 



Spec. Anaes.* 



11 
11 

11 



11 



11 



11 



11 



$360.00 
385.00 



15 
15 



210.00 11 



11 


227.50 


11 


11 


140.00 


11 




35.00 


7 


11 


227.50 


11 


11 


280.00 


15 



455.00 15 



437.50 15 



315.00 15 



490.00 15 





45.50 


4 


7 


315.00 


10 


10 


87.50 


10 


10 


350.00 


10 


11 


210.00 


11 


11 


227.50 


11 



♦To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1240 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 



3301 



Code CSF SHUNTING 

PROCEDURES— Cont'd 

N210 Lumbo-peritoneal shunt 

(including laminectomy) 

N245 Revision — operative — any shunt 

procedure (complete or partial) 

Revision — non-operative — use Z801 

N246 Removal of shunt — any type 

N247 Ventriculo-cisternostomy (Torkildsen) . . 
N248 Insertion of CSF reservoir 

(Ommaya) including burr holes 

N249 Third ventriculostomy 

Z821 Injection of diagnostic or therapeutic 

agent into shunt apparatus (I.O.P.) . . . 

CRANIAL NERVES 

N258 Percutaneous coagulation of gasserian 
(trigeminal) ganglion or root 
— unilateral 

N259 V — Decompression or rhizotomy (partial 
or complete) trigeminal nerve 

N265 VII — Differential section facial nerve 
for hemi-facial spasm (extra-cranial 
approach) 

N266 Anastomosis hypoglossal or accessory 

to facial nerve 

N267 Occipital and/or suboccipital 

craniectomy for compression, 
decompression or section of cranial 
nerves 

N269 XI — Division of nerves to 

sternomastoid in neck 

PERIPHERAL NERVES 

N279 Biopsy and/ or avulsion peripheral 

nerve 

E910 each additional 

Brachial plexus exploration: 

N280 In posterior triangle 

N281 In axilla 

N282 In posterior triangle and axilla 

N283 Decompression by scalenotomy 

N284 Excision of cervical or first rib 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes. 



11 


$227.50 


11 


7 


140.00 


7 


7 


90.00 


7 


11 


250.00 


11 


11 


140.00 


11 


11 


315.00 


11 



24.50 



11 


225.00 


11 


11 


270.00 


11 


6 


210.00 


6 


6 


227.50 


6 


11 


350.00 


11 


6 


157.50 


6 


3 


70.00 
35.00 


4 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


207.00 
207.00 
270.00 
135.00 
225.00 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1241 



3302 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 
Code PERIPHERAL NERVES— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 



N271 Excision of cervical and first rib 

N272 Decompression — transposition or 

neurolysis of ulnar nerve at elbow 

N285 Exploration and/or decompression 

of major nerve (excluding carpal tunnel, 
and ulnar nerve at elbow) 

N286 Removal tumour major peripheral nerve . . 

N287 Suture major peripheral nerve 

N288 Graft major peripheral nerve or 

secondary (delayed more than 4 weeks) 
repair, with or without lengthening 
procedure 

N289 Suture or decompression of small 

peripheral nerve (digital) 

E91 1 each additional 

N290 Decompression median nerve at 

wrist (carpal tunnel syndrome) 

N293 Decompression lateral femoral 

cutaneous nerve 

N294 Division, obturator nerves 

N295 Morton's Neuroma, excision 

Z811 Excisionof glomus tumour (I. O. P.) 

Z136 Neuroma — single, subcutaneous (I. G.P.) . 

N296 Denervation of gastrocnemius 

Z8 1 6 Implantation of electrode for peripheral 

nerve stimulation (I. G.P.) 

AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Sympathectomy: — unilateral 

N300 Cervical 

N301 Cervicodorsal 

N303 — thoracic approach 

N304 Lumbar 

SPINAL CORD AND NERVE ROOTS 

For operations on the spinal cord and nerve 
roots, the basic assistants' and 
anaesthetists' fees will depend on the 
surgical approach except if a basic fee is 
listed p. 
N315 Cervical or thoracic 



6 $272.50 6 
6 90.00 6 



4 112.50 4 

4 210.00 4 

4 175.00 4 



280.00 4 

70.00 4 
35.00 



70.00 

87.50 
122.50 
45.50 
24.50 
24.50 
90.00 

70.00 



6 


180.00 


6 


10 


180.00 


10 


9 


180.00 


13 


6 


140.00 


6 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent, (see preamble). 



1242 



Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3303 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Code SPINAL CORD AND NERVE 

ROOTS— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 



N316 Lumbar 7 8 

Tumours: (claim must state location) 
N317 Extradural partial or total removal .... $262.50 

N318 Intradural partial or total removal 385.00 

Intramedullary: 

N319 a) Biopsy and/ or decompression 297.50 9 

N320 b) Removal 490.00 12 

N321 A. V. malformation of cord — excision, 

ligation, with or without evacuation 

of haematoma 490.00 

(in case of exploration only with 

decompression — see N325, E907) 
N324 Implantation of spinal cord stimulator 

by laminectomy 280.00 

N326 Implantation (percutaneous) intraspinal 

stimulation electrodes (to include 

removal if case does not proceed 

to chronic stimulation) 192.50 

Z822 Implantation or revision of stimulator 

pack for chronic stimulation (I.O.P.). . . 70.00 

N332 Removal of stimulation system — not 

applicable if a new system is inserted . . . 94.50 

Note: N324. N326, Z822, N332 for "multiple 

sclerosis" are not a benefit of O.H.I. P. 
N336 Laminectomy for intradural neurolysis 

or unusual lesions, e.g. dias- 

tematomyelia, tethered conus, 

intramedullary haematoma etc. — uni 

or bilateral 350.00 

N325 Laminectomy for decompression of 

spinal cord and/ or nerve roots 

—uni or bilateral 210.00 

E907 With opening of dura (with or 

without dentate ligament section), 

add 52.50 

E908 If more than one segment, add 52.50 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1243 



3304 



Code 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 



O. Reg. 454/78 



SPINAL CORD AND NERVE 
ROOTS— Cont'd 



G.P. 



Asst. 



Spec. Anaes.* 



N337 Repeat laminectomy or re-opening 

of laminectomy at least six months 

after orginal procedure for re- 
exploration of nerve root(s) with 

neurolysis and with or without 

discectomy and/or foraminotomy 

— uni or bilateral $315.00 

E567 With fusion by same surgeon 

—1 level add to N325, N326 or N337 . . . 140.00 

E568 — 2or more levels, add to N325, 

N336 or N337 175.00 

R493 Fusion by separate surgeon — 1 level 175.00 

R494 —2 or more levels 192.50 

E574 Refusion of any of above 105.00 

N323 Re-opening of laminectomy for 

post-op haematoma, infection or 

C.S.F. leak 105.00 

Division of tracts in spinal cord: 

Spinothalamic tractotomy (anterior or 
posterior approach): 

N327 Unilateral 280.00 

N328 Bilateral 297.50 

N329 Percutaneous cordotomy 245.00 

N330 Longitudinal myelotomy, 

unilateral or bilateral 315.00 

N331 Spinal intradural rhizotomy, anterior 

and/or posterior any number of roots . . 3 1 5 .00 

N334 Repair of meningocoele 245.00 

N335 Repair of meningomyelocoele 

— one surgeon 315.00 

— two surgeons 

N338 — neurosurgeon 210.00 

N339 — reconstructive surgeon 140.00 

Z804 Lumbar puncture (LO.P.) 17.50 

Z805 With instillation of medication (LO.P.) . 24.50 

Z8 1 7 Lumbar subarachnoid external 

drainage (LO.P.) 24.50 

Percutaneous lumbar rhizotomy or 

neurectomy (LO.P.) 

Z810 —first level 52.50 4 

E909 — additional levels (to a maximum of 

4 additional levels) — each 18.00 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1244 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 
OPERATIONS ON THE EYE G.P. Asst. 



3305 



Code 

Z850 



Examination and unlisted minor 
procedures under general anaesthesia 
(I.O.P.) 



EYEBALL 

Excision 

E102 Enucleation 

E103 Evisceration 

Repair 

El 04 Removal of intraocular foreign body 

El 05 Non-magnetic — posterior segment 

Penetrating wound 

E106 with prolapse of intraocular tissue 

E107 without prolapse of intraocular tissue .. 

CORNEA 

Incision 

Z851 Paracentesis (I.O.P.) 

Removal embedded foreign body 

El 15 local anaesthetic 

Z852 general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 

U.V.C. Corneal scraping 

Chelation of band keratopathy with EDTA 

ElOl local anaesthetic 

Z863 general anesthetic (I.O.P.) 

Excision 

E206 Pterygium — simple (unilateral) 

E205 — with partial keratectomy 

E207 — with lamellar graft 

El 17 Keratectomy 

El 18 Excision of dermoid 

Cauterization of ulcer 

El 19 local anaesthetic 

Z853 general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 



Spec. Anaes.* 



$22.75 





144.00 


4 




144.00 


4 




168.00 


6 




238.00 


6 




144.00 


6 




99.00 


6 



22.75 4 

14.00 

22.75 4 

visit fees visit fees 

14.00 
22.75 4 



56.00 
144.00 
238.00 
144.00 

77.00 

14.00 

22.75 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1245 



3306 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 



O. Reg. 454/78 



Code CORNEA— Cont'd 

Replacement 

Corneal transplant 

E121 penetrating 

E951 with artificial prosthesis, add 

E122 lamellar 

El 23 Division of iris to cornea 

SCLERA 

Incision 

El 27 Sclerotomy, posterior 

E 1 28 Anterior chamber — open evacuation 

of clot 

IRIS AND CILIARY BODY 

El 31 Peripheral iridectomy 

El 32 Intraocular glaucoma procedures 

Note: Includes iridectomy, iridenclesis, 

corneoscleral trephine, cyclodialysis, 

sclerotomy or goniotomy. 

El 33 Extraocular glaucoma procedures 

Note: Includes cyclodiathermy, cyclocryopexy. 

CRYSTALLINE LENS 

Incision 

Needling (discission) 

El 37 — primary or subsequent 

E139 Capsulotomy 

Excision 

Cataract (includes iridectomy) 

E140 all types of by any procedure 

E141 extraction of dislocated lens 

E950 insertion of intraocular lens, extra . . . 

El 43 excision of secondary membrane 

with corneal section following 

cataract extraction 

El 44 Removal of intraocular lens 

E 1 45 Repositioning of dislocated 

intraocular lens 

E 1 46 I nser tion of secondary 

intraocular lens 



G.P. Asst 



sst.* 


Spec. 


Anaes.* 


4 


$294.00 

22.75 


8 


4 


238.50 


8 




91.00 


4 




81.00 


4 


4 


144.00 


6 


4 


147.00 


4 


4 


171.50 


4 



105.00 





99.00 


5 


4 


99.00 


4 


4 


234.50 


8 


4 


234.50 
67.50 


6 


4 


144.00 


6 


4 


144.00 


6 




I.e. 


4 


4 


I.e. 


8 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1246 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3307 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 
Code VITREOUS G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

El 47 Vitreous transplant, implant or 

anterior vitrectomy 4 $144.00 6 

E148 Vitrectomy by infusion suction 

cutter technique 4 369.00 8 

RETINA 

E 1 5 1 Re-attachment of retina and choroid 

by diathermy, photocoagulation or 

cryopexy as an initial procedure 6 182.00 6 

E152 Scleral resection or buckling 

procedure — as a first operation with or 

without diathermy, photocoagulation or 

cryopexy 6 294.00 6 

El 56 Secondary operation following fresh 

detachment for new retinal hole(s) 

or tear(s) or traction band 

following initial procedure with 

or without diathermy, photocoagulation 

or cryopexy 6 294.00 6 

El 57 Secondary operation following 

unsuccessful detachment operation 

during same hospital stay with or 

without diathermy, photocoagulation 

or cryopexy 6 189.00 6 

E153 Secondary operation following 

unsuccessful oj)eration or fresh 

detachment in the same eye by a 

different surgeon with or without 

diathermy, photocoagulation or 

cryopexy 6 385.00 6 

E161 Removal of scleral implant 49.50 4 

E 1 54 Photocoagulation (xenon, argon laser, 

etc.) initial procedure — one eye 1 12.50 6 

El 55 Cryopexy — initial procedure, extra- 
ocular or sub-conjunctival — one eye... 112.50 6 
El 58 Repeat photocoagulation or cryopexy 

— one eye (maximum of $245 .cio per 

year, per eye) 67.50 6 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1247 



3308 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 
Code EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Repair 

Strabismus Procedures 
E159 —one or two muscles, one or both eyes . 3 $150.50 5 

E 1 62 — three or more muscles , one or 

both eyes 3 171.50 5 

E952 Repeat strabismus procedure (more 

than two previous repairs) by 

different surgeon, add 22.75 

ORBIT 

Incision 

E164 Drainage of abscess 99.00 6 

El 65 Lateral orbitotomy, e.g. Kronlein 

type 3 238.00 6 

Excision 

Tumour or foreign body 

E166 —anterior route 4 99.00 6 

E167 — posterior exposure 4 168.00 6 

E171 Exenteration, with or without 

major plastic repair 4 189.00 6 

El 72 Biopsy (anterior route) 63.00 4 

Repair 

Orbital fracture, open reduction rim 

wall fracture 

E173 — zygomatic fracture dislocation 4 144.00 6 

E174 —blowout fracture of floor 4 168.00 6 

El 75 Secondary repair of blowout fracture 

by combined or orbital approach 4 248.50 6 

EYELIDS j 

Incision 

Drainage of abscess (I. G.P.) 

Z854 local anaesthetic 7.00 

Z855 general anaesthetic 22.75 4 

Excision 

Chalazion — single or multiple 

E181 local anaesthetic — complete care 24.50 

Z856 general anaesthetic (I. G.P.) 22.75 4 

Z857 Epilation by hyfrecator, electrolysis, 

(I.G.P.) 7.00 4 

•To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1248 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3309 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES Cont'd. 
Code EYELIDS— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Verruca, papilloma, keratosis, 

xanthelasma etc. 

Z858 —single (I.O.P.) $7.00 4 

Z859 —multiple (I.O.P.) 9.00 4 

Lid Tumours or Unlisted Plastic 

Procedures 

E177 Very minor 36.00 4 

E186 Minor 4 72.00 4 

E187 Intermediate 4 119.00 4 

E188 Major 4 168.00 4 

E189 Extensive major 4 294.00 4 

Suture 

E190 Tarsorrhaphy 49.50 4 

E191 Double adhesion 77.00 4 

Repair 

E192 Ptosis 4 144.00 4 

E193 repeat or second repair 4 238.50 6 

El 94 Districhiasis — unilateral 4 144.00 4 

El 95 Trichiasis, surgical repair by 

tarsal transplantation 4 144.00 4 

E196 Entropion, other than Zeigler puncture .. . 4 122.50 4 

E197 Ectropion, other than Zeigler puncture .. . 4 136.50 4 

Z860 Zeigler punctures (for correction 

entropion/ectropion) (I.O.P.) 9.00 4 

El 99 Laceration, full thickness, 

including margin $73.50 144.00 4 

Blepharoplasty(O.H.I.P. approval 

necessary.) 

E200 Simple excision of skin of one lid 49.50 4 

E201 Simple excision and repair of orbital 

septum — one Hd 4 99.00 4 

E202 Simple excision and repair of orbital 

septum and lid fold reconstruction 

—one lid 4 144.00 4 

E21 1 Lid lengthening procedure 4 67.50 4 

E953 —with scleral graft, add 45.50 

CONJUNCTIVA 

U.V.C. Removal of foreign body visit fees visit fees 

Excision 

E208 Peritomy (Gunderson conjunctival flap) . . 45.50 4 

Z861 Biopsy (I.O.P.) 7.00 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1249 



3310 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 
Code LACRIMAL TRACT— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

Repair 

E210 Plastic repair — depending on extent LC. 4 

LACRIMAL TRACT 

Incision 

Z862 Dacryocystotomy — general 

anaesthetic (I. G.P.) 

Z917 Three "Snip" punctum procedure (I. G.P.) 

Excision 

E215 Dacryocystectomy 4 

Repair 

Lacerated canaliculus 

E216 — immediate repair 4 

E217 — delayed repair 4 

E218 Dacryocystorhinostomy 5 

E954 — with lacrimal bypass procedure 

(e.g. Lester Jones), add 

Manipulation 
Z901 Irrigation of nasolacrimal system 

— unilateral or bilateral (LG.P.) 

Probing and dilation of duct (LG.P.) 
Local anaesthetic 

Z902 Initial or repeat, unilateral 

General anaesthetic 
Z864 Initial or repeat — unilateral or 

bilateral 

Z865 Initial or repeat, unilateral or 
bilateral with insertion of 
inlying tube or filament 

OPERATIONS ON THE EAR 
EXTERNAL EAR 
Endoscopy 

U. V.C. Removal of foreign body — simple visit fee 

Z866 — complicated — general anaesthetic 

(LG.P.) 22.75 

E302 — post auricular approach 108.50 



$22.75 
11.40 

119.00 



99.00 
168.00 
189.00 

36.00 



4.90 



7.00 



22.75 



36.00 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1250 



0. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 

Code EXTERNAL EAR— Cont'd G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

E303 —from middle ear space $108.50 4 

Z906 Removal of drainage tube(s) 

—general anaesthetic (I. G.P.) 18.20 4 

Z907 Debridement of ear(s) and/or 

repair of small perforation under 

microscopy but not to include 

debridement for removal of cerumen 

or for "access only" to the tympanic 

membrane (I.O.P.) 14.00 

Z908 —under general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) .. . 22.75 4 

Incision 

Z909 Biopsy, ear canal (I.O.P.) 

— local anaesthetic 14.00 

E304 — general anaesthetic 22.75 4 

E305 Limited incision for perichondritis, 

removal of cartilage and drainage 73.50 4 

E306 Radical surgery for perichondritis 147.00 5 

Excision 

Z904 Local excision, polyp— office (I.O.P.) 14.00 

Z905 —hospital (I.O.P.).. 22.75 4 

E300 Amputation— partial 73.50 4 

E301 —complete 94.50 4 

E3 1 1 Exostosis, simple endomeatal surgery 

and removal and drilling out of 

exostosis 73.50 4 

E3 1 2 — with multiple removal with 

necessary grafting 108.50 4 

E313 — post auricular approach 147.00 5 

Repair 

Congenital defects (operative report 
required). 

E307 external— minor 5 94.50 5 

E308 —major 5 147.00 5 

E3 10 — otoplasty for correction of 

outstanding ears— unilateral 5 119.00 5 

Atresia or stenosis of canal — congenital 
or acquired 

E314 Meatoplasty with or without graft 5 108.50 5 

E955 — with enlargement of bony canal and 

grafting of skin, add 108.50 4 

*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



3311 



1251 



3312 



Code 

E956 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 454/78 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 

MIDDLE EAR G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 



— with enlargement of canal, plus 
tympanoplasty, mastoidectomy and 
reconstruction of middle ear ossicles, 
add 



Introduction (I.O.P.) 

Eustachian 
Z910 Unilateral — local anaesthetic . . 

Z91 1 Unilateral or bilateral — general 

anaesthetic 

U.V.C. Insufflation of evstachian tube .. 



Z912 
Z916 



Z913 



Z914 



Z915 



E320 

E322 
E315 



E323 
E336 

E337 
E338 
E340 
E957 
E325 



Incision (I.O.P.) 

Myringotomy to include aspiration 
when indicated 

Local anaesthetic 

Local anaesthetic with insertion of 
ventilation tube using operating 

microscope 

General anaesthetic — with or without 
operating microscope, unilateral . . 
— with insertion of ventilation 
tube using operating microscope, 

unilateral 

Aspiration, for serous otitis 



Excision 

Mastoidectomy 

Cortical mastoidectomy, exclusive 

of any middle ear surgery 

Modified or radical mastoidectomy. . . 
Revision mastoidectomy with revision 

of middle ear and regrafting 



Repair 

Myringoplasty 

Tympanoplasty— with middle ear and 
tympanic membrane surgery — Type 1 

— Type 2 
—Type 3 
— Type 4 

— with mastoidectomy, add 

Facial nerve decompression 



$182.00 

3.15 

18.20 



visit fees 



4 
visit fees 



9.00 



$18.25 



29.40 




22.50 


4 


45.00 


4 


7.00 


4 



168.00 
269.50 

287.00 
112.50 



168.00 


7 


238.00 


7 


238.00 


7 


238.00 


7 


73.50 




252.00 


9 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 



1252 



I 



O. Reg. 454/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3313 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES 

Code G.P. Asst.* Spec. Anaes.* 

E326 Facial nerve graft 

E327 Closure of mastoid fistula 

E328 Exploratory tympanotomy 

E329 Section tympanic plexus 

INNER EAR 

Incision 

Labyrinthotomy or Labyrinthectomy 
E332 Surgical including Tack or 

Fick procedures or ultrasound 297.50 7 

Repair 

E333 Fenestration of semicircular canals 297.50 7 

E334 Stapes mobilization, unilateral 196.00 6 

E335 Stapedectomy with prosthesis 297.50 6 



4 


$297.50 


9 


4 


133.00 


4 




101.50 


4 




1%.00 


6 



*To the listed basic units for assistants and anaesthetists, add units for time spent (see preamble). 

O. Reg. 454/78, s. 5. 



8891) 27 

1253 



O. Reg. 465/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 466/78 3391 

Publications Under The Regulations Act 



Jnly 15th. 1978 



THE PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 445/78. 

General. 

Made— June 14th. 1978. 

FUed— June 19th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 258 78 

MADE UNDER 
THE PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

1. — (1) Ontario Regulation 258/78 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section : 

19a. — ^1) A person may reserve a camp-site in 
a provincial park named in the Schedule if. 

(a) an apphcation is made to the superin- 
tendent of the pro\-incial park in the form 
provided by the Ministry; and 

{b) a camp-site is available. 

(2) An application for reservation of a cam{>-site 
shall be accompanied by a reservation fee of $2.00 
together with the fee payable for the number of 
da>-s the camp-site is required. 

(3) ^Miere a reservation is confirmed bj' the 
superintendent, the reser\'ation fee shall not be 
refunded. O. Reg. 465/78, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 

Name of Pakk 

1. Balsam Lake 

2. Blue Lake 

3. Bon Echo 

4. Earl Rowe 

5. Kakabeka Falls 

6. Kettle Lakes 

7. Long Point 

8. Mara 

9. Outlet Beach 



10. Rushing River 

11. Serpent Mounds 

12. Sibbald Point 



(8925) 



O. Reg. 465/78. s. 2. 
28 



THE ST. LAVVTIENCE PARKS 
COMMISSION ACT 

O. Reg. 444/78. 

Parks. 

Made— June 5th, 1978. 
Approved — ^June 14th, 1978. 
FUed— June 20th. 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 325/78 

MADE UNDER 

THE ST. LAWRENCE PARKS COMMISSION 

ACT 

1 . Subsections 4 and 9 of section 27 of Ontario 
Regulation 325/78 are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 

(4) The fees payable for vrfiide entry permits 



(«) |2 per day for a daily vehicle permit ; 

(6) $20 for an annual vehicle permit ; 

(c) $10 per day fra- a bus Ucensed under The 
Public VeJucUs Act; and 

{(i) $1 for a daily all terrain vehicle permit. 
O. Reg. 466/78, s. 1. 

The St. Lawrence Parks Commissiok: 

Clarke T. Rollins 

Ckairman 

John R. Sloan 
General Manager 

Dated at Morrisbui^. this 5th day of June. 1978. 

(8926) 28 



1255 



3392 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Keg. 467/78 

THE DRAINAGE ACT, 1975 ' And whereas the council of the 

of in the County of 



O. Reg. 467/78. 

Forms. 

Made— June 14th, 1978. 

Filed— June 20th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 298/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE DRAINAGE ACT, 1975 

1. Section 4 of Ontario Regulation 298/76 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

4. — (1) The by-law adopting the engineer's report 
referred to in subsection 1 of section 45 of the Act 
shall, 

(a) in the case of a municipality not within 
a district or regional municipality, be in 
Form 6; and 

(b) in the case of a municipality within a 
district or regional municipality, be in 
Form 6a. 

(2) The borrowing by-law for use by a district 
or regional municipality on behalf of an area munici- 
pality shall be in Form 6b. O. Reg. 467/78, s. 1 . 



2. Form 6 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



Form 6 

The Drainage Act, 1975 

FORM OF BY-LAW 

For Use by Municipalities Not Within a 
District or Regional Municipality 

A by-law to provide for a drainage works in the 

of 

in the County of 

Whereas the requisite number of owners have 

petitioned the council of the 

of in the County of .-. . . 

in accordance with the provisions of The Drainage 
Act, 1975 requesting that the following lands and 
roads be drained by a drainage works : 



has procured a report made by . 
and the report is as follows: 



(here set out report) 

And whereas the estimated total cost of construct- 
ing the drainage works is $ 

And whereas $ is the amount to be 

contributed by the municipality for construction of 
the drainage works. 

And whereas $ is being assessed in 

the of 

in the County of 



(set out assessments in any additional 
municipality) 



And whereas the council is of the opinion that 
the drainage of the area is desirable. 



(set out description of lands and roads) 



Therefore the council of the. 



of pursuant to The Drainage Act, 

1975, enacts as follows: 

1. The report is hereby adopted and the drainage 
works as therein indicated and set forth is 
hereby authorized and shall be completed in 
accordance therewith. 

2. — (1) The Corporation of the 

of may borrow on the credit 

of the Corporation the amount of $ , 

being the amount to be contributed by the 
municipality for construction of the drainage 
works less the total amount of, 

(a) grants received under section 85 of the 
Act; and 

{b) commuted payments made in respect of 
the lands and roads assessed. 

(2) The Corporation may issue debentures for the 
amount borrowed and such debentures shall be 

made payable within years from the 

date of the debenture and shall bear interest 
at a rate not higher than the rate charged by 



1256 



0. Reg. 467/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3393 



The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corpora- 
tion on the date of sale of such debentures. 



3. — (1) For paying the amount of $. 
being, 



(a) the amount assessed upon the lands and 
roads, except the lands and roads belong- 
ing to or controlled by the municipality; 
and 

(b) the amount required to pay interest on the 
portion of the amount borrowed, repre- 
sented by the amount in clause a, 

less the total amount of, 

(c) grants received under section 85 of the 
Act; 

(d) moneys paid pursuant to subsection 3 of 
section 61 of the Act ; and 

(e) commuted payments made in respect of 
the lands and roads assessed, 

a special rate shall be levied upon lands and 
roads as set forth in the Schedule to be collected 
in the same manner and at the same time as 
other taxes are collected. 

(2) The amount of the special rate levied upon 
each parcel of land or part thereof shall be 

divided into equal amounts and 

one such amount shall be collected in each 

year for years after the passing of 

this by-law. 

Schedule 



Concession 


Parcel of Land 

OR PART 
THEREOF 


Total 
Amount 
Assessed 




















Roads and Lands 
of Municipahty 




Total 







4. For paying the amount of $ , being, 

(a) the amount assessed upon the lands and 
roads belonging to or controlled by the 
municipahty; and 



(b) the amount required to pay interest on the 
portion of the amount borrowed repre- 
sented by the amount in clause a, 

a special rate shall be levied upon the whole 
rateable property in the 

of in each year for 

years after the passing of this by-law to be 
collected in the same manner and at the same 
time as the other taxes are collected. 

5. All assessments of $ or less are pay- 
able in the first year in which the assessment 
is imposed. 

6. This by-law comes into force on the passing 



thereof and may be cited as " , 
By-law". 



First Reading 

Second Reading 

Provisionally adopted this .... day of . 
19.... 



Head of Municipahty 
Clerk 



Third Reading 

Enacted this day of . 



19. 



Head of Municipality 

Clerk 
O. Reg. 467/78, s. 2, part. 

Form 6a 

The Drainage Act, 1975 

FORM OF BY-LAW 

For Use by Municipalities Within a 
District or Regional Municipality 

A by-law to provide for a drainage works in the 

of 

in the District or Regional Municipality of 



1257 



3394 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Whereas the requisite number of owners have 

petitioned the council of the 

of in the District or Regional 



Municipality of in accordance 

with the provisions of The Drainage Act, 1975 
requesting that the following lands and roads be 
drained by a drainage works: 

(set out description of lands and roads) 

And whereas the council of the 

of in the District or Regional 

Municipality of has procured 

a report made by and the 

report is as follows : 

(here set out report) 

And whereas the estimated total cost of construct- 
ing the drainage works is $ 

And whereas $ is the amount to be 

contributed by the municipality for construction of 
the drainage works. 

And whereas is being assessed 

in the of 

in the District or Regional Municipality of 



(set out assessments in any additional 
municipality) 



And whereas the council is of the opinion that 
the drainage of the area is desirable. 

Therefore the council of the 



of pursuant to The Drainage 

Act, 1975, enacts as follows: 

1. The report is hereby adopted and the drainage 
works as therein indicated and set forth is 
hereby authorized, and shall be completed in 
accordance therewith. 

2. — (1) The Corporation of the 

of may borrow on the credit 



O. Reg. 467/78 



of the Corporation the amount of $ , 

being the amount to be contributed by the 
municipality for construction of the drainage 
works less the total amount of, 



(a) grants received under section 85 of the 
Act; and 



(b) commuted payments made in respect of 
the lands and roads assessed. 



(2) The Corporation may arrange for the issue of 
debentures on its behalf for the amount 
borrowed and such debentures shall be made 

payable within years from the date 

of the debenture and shall bear interest at a 
rate not higher than the rate charged by 
The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corpora- 
tion on the date of sale of such debentures. 



3. — (1) For paying the amount of $. 
being, 



{a) the amount assessed upon the lands and 
roads, except the lands and roads belong- 
ing to or controlled by the municipality; 
and 



{h) the amount required to pay interest on the 
portion of the amount borrowed repre- 
sented by the amount in clause a, 

less the total amount of, 

(c) grants under section 85 of the Act ; 



(i) moneys paid under subsection 3 of section 
61 of the Act; and 



{e) commuted payments made in respect of 
the lands and roads assessed. 



a special rate shall be levied upon lands and 
roads as set forth in the Schedule to be collected 
in the same manner and at the same time as 
other taxes are collected. 

(2) The amount of the special rate levied upon 
each parcel of land or part thereof shall be 

divided into equal amounts and one 

such amount shall be collected in each year 

for years after the passing of this 

by-law. 



1258 



O. Reg. 467/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3395 



Schedule 



Concession 


Parcel of Land \ Total 
OR PART ' Amount 
thereof j Assessed 




i 














Roads and Lands 
of Municipality 




Total 







Enacted this day of. 

19... 



4. For paying the amount of $ being. 

(a) the amount assessed upon the lands and 
roads belonging to or controlled by the 
mimicipality ; and 

(b) the amount required to pay interest on the 
portion of the amount borrowed repre- 
sented by the amount in clause a, 

a special rate shall be levied u{X)n the whole 

rateable property in the 

of in each year for 

years after the passing of this by-law to be 
collected in the same manner and at the same 
time as other taxes are collected. 

5. All assessments of $ or less are pay- 
able in the first year in which the assessment 
is imposed. 

6. This by-law comes into force on the passing 



thereof and may be cited as " . 
By-law". 



First Reading 

Second Reading 

Provisionally adopted this. . . .day of. 
19... 



Head of Municipality 
Clerk 



Third Reading . 



of 

1259 



Head of Municipality 

Clerk 

O. Reg. 467/78. s. 2. part. 

Form 66 

The Drainage Act, 1975 

For Use by District or Regional Municipahties 

Borrowing By-law of 

The Corporation of 

(hereinafter termed the regional municipality) 

A by-law to raise money for a drainage works 

in the of 

(hereinafter termed the area municipahty) in the 

District or R^onal Municipahty of 

(hereinafter termed the regional municipahty). 

WTiereas the requisite number of owners have 

petitioned the council of the 

of in the District or Regional 

Munici]>ahty of in accordance 

with the provisions of The Drainage Act, 1975, 
requesting that certain lands and roads be drained 
by a drainage works. 

And whereas the said council has procured a 

report made by and has adopted 

such report. 

And whereas the estimated total cost of construct- 
ing the drainage works is I 

And whereas $ is the amount to be 

contributed by the area municipahty for construc- 
tion of the drainage works. 

And whereas the council of the area municipahty 
has apphed to the regional mimicipahty to issue a 
debenture on its behalf in an amount not greater 
than the area municipahty 's habihty in respect of 
the said drainage works. 

Therefore the council of the 

, enacts as follows : 



3396 O. Reg. 467/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

1. — (1) The Corporation of the 

of may borrow on the credit 



O. Reg. 468/78 



of the Corporation the amount of $ , 

being the amount to be contributed by the 
area municipahty for construction of the 
drainage works. 

(2) The Corporation may issue debentures for the 
amount borrowed and such debentures shall be 

made payable within years from the 

date of the debenture and shall bear interest 
at a rate not higher than the rate charged by 
The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corpora- 
tion on the date of sale of such debentures. 

2. This by-law comes into force on the passing 



thereof, and may be cited as " . 
By-law". 



First Reading 

Second Reading 

Provisionally adopted this .... day of . 
19.... 



Head of Municipahty 



Clerk 

Third Reading 

Enacted this day of 

19.... 



(8927) 



Head of Municipahty 

Clerk 
O. Reg. 467/78, s. 2, part. 
28 



THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 468/78. 

Designations — Toronto to Windsor 

(Hwy. 401). 
Made— June 14th, 1978. 
Filed— June 21st, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 400 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 

HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 



1. Schedules 50, 51, 52, 53 and 54 to Regula- 
tion 400 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970 are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



Schedule 50 

In the Township of Westminster and in the City 
of London, formerly in the Township of West- 
minster, in the County of Middlesex being. 



(a) part of. 



(i) lots 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 
14, 15, 16, 18, 19 and 22, 

(ii) the east half and west half of lots 
3, 13, 17, 20 and 21, 

(iii) the north half and south half of lots 
6 and 8, and 

(iv) Pond Mills Road in lots 18 and 19, 

in Concession 2; 

{b) part of lots 15 and 16, including WelHngton 
Road in Concession 3; and 

(c) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) the townships of Westminster and 
Dorchester, 

(ii) lots 6 and 7 in Concession 2, 

(iii) lots 12 and 13 in Concession 2, 

(iv) concessions 2 and 3, and 

(v) lots 15 and 16 in Concession 3, 

and being that portion of the highway shown as 
Part 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-3053-175, being a Reference 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Middlesex East (No. 33) on 
the 12th day of April, 1978 as Number 33R-3037. 

6.50 miles, more or less. 

O. Reg. 468/78. s. \,part. 

Schedule 51 

In the Township of Westminster in the County 
of Middlesex being, 

1260 



O. Reg. 468/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 469/78 3397 



(a) part of lots 16, 18 and the south half of 
17 in Concession 3; 

(i) part of lots 18, 19 and 20 in Concession 4; 

(c) part of lots 20, 21 and the south half of 
22 in Concession 5; 

{d) part of lots 23 and the east and west 
halves of 22 in Concession 6; 

(e) part of lots 53 to 59, both inclusive, in 
Concession East of the North Branch of 
the Talbot Road ; 

(/) part of lots 51 to 55, both inclusive, in 
Concession West of the North Branch of 
the Talbot Road; 

{g) part of lots 24 and 25 in West Gore Con- 
cession ; 

(A) part of the North Branch of the Talbot 
Road; and 

(»') part of the road allowance between, 

(i) concessions 3 and 4, 

(ii) concessions 4 and 5, 

(iii) lots 20 and 21 in Concession 5, 

(iv) concessions 5 and 6, 

(v) Concession 6 and Concession East 
of the North Branch of the Talbot 
Road (Bostwick Road), 

(vi) lots 50 and 51 in Concession West 
of the North Branch of the Talbot 
Road, 

(vii) lots 55 and 56 in Concession East 
of the North Branch of the Talbot 
Road, 

(viii) Concession West of the North 
Branch of the Talbot Road and 
West Gore Concession, and 

(ix) the townships of Westminster and 
Delaware, 

fand being that portion of the highway shown as 
[Part 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
jmunications Plan P-3053-174, being a Reference 
iPlan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
[Registry Division of Middlesex East (No. 33) on 
[the 20th day of March, 1978 as Number 33R-2972. 

8.00 miles, more or less. 



THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 469/78. 

Designations — Queen Elizabeth Way. 
Made— June 14th, 1978. 
Filed— June 21st, 1978. 



(8928) 



O. Reg. 468/78, s. I, part. 
28 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 395 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 

HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

1. Schedule 18<i to Regulation 395 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 727/75, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 



Schedule 18a 

In the City of Hamilton, formerly in the Town- 
ship of Saltfleet, in The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton- Went worth being, 

(a) part of lots 22 to 28, both inclusive, in 
Broken Front Concession; 

(b) part of lots 22 to 27, both inclusive, in 
Concession 1 ; 

(c) part of Burford Road in registered plan 
1382 for the City of Hamilton; 

{d) part of, 

(i) Lot 10, 

(ii) Curtis Street, and 

(iii) Parcel B, 

in registered plan 1309 for the City of 
Hamilton ; 

(e) part of, 

(i) Curtis Street, 

(ii) Warrington Street, 

(iii) Block A, and 

(iv) 1-foot reserves B and C, 

in registered plan 1380 for the City of 
Hamilton ; 



1261 



3398 O. Reg. 469/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



(/) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) concessions Broken Front and 1 
adjacent to lots 22 and 23, 

(ii) lots 22 and 23 in each of concessions 
Broken Front and 1 (Gray's Road), 

(iii) lots 24 and 25 in each of concessions 
Broken Front and 1 (Lake Avenue), 

(iv) lots 26 and 27 in Broken Front 
Concession (Centennial Parkway 
North), 

(v) concessions Broken Front and 1 
adjacent to lots 25 and 26, 

(vi) concessions Broken Front and 1 
adjacent to Lot 27, and 

(vii) lots 28 and 29 in Broken Front 
Concession; and 

{g) part of Confederation Drive in lots 25 
and 26 in Broken Front Concession, 

and being those portions of the highway shown as 
Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications Plan P-2113-508, filed with 
the Record Services Office of the Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications, at Toronto, on the 
17th day of May, 1978. 

2.00 miles, more or less. 



(8929) 



O. Reg. 469/78, s. 1. 
28 



THE HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 470/78. 
Parcost C.D.I. 
Made— June 14th, 1978. 
Filed— June 21st, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT, 1974 

PARCOST C.D.I. 

1. For the purposes of Part VI of the Act, the 
Parcost C.D.I, is the comparative drug index con- 
tained in fhe Schedule hereto: 

Schedule 

PART I 

INTRODUCTION 

1. The Parcost Comparative Drug Index has 
been compiled by the Ministry of Health and its 
advisory committee, "The Drug Quality and Thera- 
peutics Committee". 

2. The Index is a compilation of pharmaceutical 
preparations, arranged in comparative categories 
and groupings according to the nature, strength 
and dosage form of the active therapeutic con- 
stituent. 

3. The products listed in the Index meet recog- 
nized standards of quality required by The Drug 
Quality and Therapeutics Committee. 

4. Except where indicated otherwise by the 
words "not interchangeable" for the purposes of 
subsection 1 of section 158 of the Act, products 
listed in the PARCOST Comparative Drug Index 
are interchangeable pharmaceutical products. 

5. For the purposes of section 158 of the Act, 
the product cost plus professional fee method of 
pricing a prescription shall be used and the 
prescription fee so used shall not exceed $2.95. 



1262 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3399 

Index of Drugs by Therapeutic Classification 



4:00 Antihistaminics 

8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 

8:08 Anthelmintics 

8:12 Antibiotics 

8:1 2:04 Antifungals 

8:12:12 Erythromycins 

8:12:16 Penicillins 

8:12:24 Tetracyclines 

8:1 2:28 Other Antibiotics 

8: 1 6 Antitubercular Agents 

8:20 Plasmodicides (Antimalarials) 

8:24 Sulfonamides 

8:26 Sulfones 

8:32 Trichomonacides 

8:36 Urinary Germicides 

8:40 Miscellaneous Anti-lnfectives 

10:00 Antineoplastic Agents 

12:00 Autonomic Agents 

1 2:04 Parasympathomimetic (Cholinergic) Agents 

1 2:08 Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 

12:12 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic Agents) 

12:16 Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocking) Agents 

1 2:20 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 

16:00 Blood Derivatives 

20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 

20:04 Antianemia Dnjgs 

20: 1 2 Coagulants and Anti-Coagulants 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 

24:04 Cardiac Dnjgs 

24:06 Antilipemic Drugs 

24:08 Hypotensive Dnjgs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

24; 1 2 Vasodilating Drugs 



1263 



3400 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 470/78 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 

28:08 Analgesics 

28:10 Narcotic Antagonists 

28:12 Anticonvulsants 

28: 1 6 Psychotherapeutic Agents 

28: 1 6:04 Antidepressants 

28:16:08 Tranquilizers 

28: 16:12 Other Psychotropics 

28:20 C.N.S. Stimulants 

28:24 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

36:00 Diagnostic Agents 

36:04 Adrenal Insufficiency 

36:36 Gastric Function 

36:56 Myasthenia Gravis 

36:88 iJrin6 Contents 

40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 

40:08 Alkalinizing Agents 

40:12 Replacement Agents 

40: 1 8 Potassium-Removing Resins 

40:28 Diuretics 

40:40 Uricosuric Drugs 

48:00 Cough Preparations 

48:04 Antitussives 

48:08 Expectorants 

52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 

62:04 Anti-lnfectives (E.E.N.T.) 

52:04:04 Antibiotics (E.E.N.T.) 

52:04:08 Sulfonamides (E.E.N.T.) 

52:04:1 2 Other Anti-lnfectives (E.E.N.T.) 

52:08 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (E.E.N.T.) 

52 : 1 6 Local Anesthetics 

52:20 Miotics 

52:24 Mydriatics 

52:32 Vasoconstrictors (E.E.N.T.) 

52:36 Other Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 

56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 

56:04 Antacids and Adsort>ents 

56:08 Antidiarrhea Agents 

56:12 Cathartics 

56:16 Digestants 

56:22 Antiemetics and Antinauseants 

60:00 Gold Compounds 

64:00 Heavy Metal Antagonists 



1264 



0. Reg. 470/78 


THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 


68:00 


Hormones and Substitutes 


68:04 


Corticosteroids 


68:08 


Androgens 


58:16 


Estrogens 


53:20 


Anti-Diabetic Agents 


68:20:01 


Insulins 


68:20:02 


Oral Anti-Diabetic Agents 


68:24 


Parathyroid Agents 


68:28 


Pituitary Agents 


68:32 


Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 


68:36 


Thyrotds 


68:38 


Anti-Thyroids 


76K)0 


Oxytocics 


84:00 


Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 


84:04 


Anti-lnfectives (Skin) 


84:04:04 


Antibiotics (Skin) 


84:04:08 


Fungicides (Skin) 


84:04:12 


Parasiticides (Skin) 


84:04:16 


Other Anti-lnfectives (Skin) 


84:06 


Anti-lnflanrvnatory Agents (Skin) 


84:08 


Antipruritics and Topicai Anesthetics 


84:12 


Astringents 


84:24 


Emollients. Demulcents and Protectants 


84:28 


Keratolytic Agents 


84:32 


Keratoplastic Agents 


84:36 


Miscellaneous Skin and Mucous Membrane Agents 


86:00 


Spasmolytics 


88:00 


Vitamins and Minerals 


88:04 


Vitamin A 


88:08 


Vitamins B 


88:12 


Vitamin C 


88:16 


Vitamin D 


88:24 


Vitamin K 


88:28 


Multivitamins 



3401 



92:00 Unclassified Therapeutic Agents 



1265 



3402 



4:00 Antihistaminics 



) GAZE' 


FTE 


O. Reg. 470/78 


026484 


Dimetane 


ROB 


0.0281 


026395 


Dimetane 


ROB 


0.0066 


021288 


Novopheniram 


NOP 


0.0145 


028193 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


0.0274 


028134 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


0.0098 


028010 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


1.9140 


027995 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


0.6600 


016454 


Periactin 


MSD 


0.0510 


010073 


Vimicon 


FRS 


0.0516 


016314 


Periactin 


MSD 


0.0113 


009989 


Vimicon 


FRS 


0.0114 


028207 


Polaramine 


SCH 


0.0310 


225533 


Polaramine 


SCH 


0.0072 


005444 


Forhistal 


CIB 


0.0459 


022764 


Benadryl 


PDA 


0.0569 


022756 


Benadryl 


PDA 


0.0406 


022918 


Benadryl 


PDA 


0.0113 


023191 


Benadryl 


PDA 


2.5440 


023205 


Benadryl 


PDA 


1.2410 


003514 


Dilosyn 


AHA 


0.0684 


003158 


Dilosyn 


AHA 


0.0149 


248754 


Histantil 


ICN 


0.0330 


213896 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0385 


025712 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0326 


025429 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0094 


025402 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.2244 


025720 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1837 


025380 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1782 


025046 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.3927 


025801 


Panectyl 


POU 


0.0652 


025798 


Panectyl 


POU 


0.0509 


025771 


Panectyl 


POU 


0.0407 


005703 


Pyribenzamine 


CIB 


0.0660 


004812 


Actidil 


BWE 


0.0333 


235768 


Actidil 


BWE 


0.0114 



Brompheniramine Maleate 4mg Tab 

Brompheniramine Maleate 

0.4mg/mlO/L© 

^Chlorpheniramine Maleate 4mg Tab O 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

0.5mg/mlO/LO 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

200mg/2ml Inj Sol 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

lOmg/mllnjSol 

^Cyproheptadine HCI 4mg Tab O 
Cyproheptadine HCI 0.4mg/ml 0/L © 

Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 2mg Tab O 

Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 

0.4mg/mlO/LO 

Dimethindene Maleate 1 mg Tab 
^Diphenhydramine HCI 50mg Cap 
^Diphenhydramine HCI 25mg Cap 
Diphenhydramine HCI 2.5mg/ml 0/L © 
Diphenhydramine HCI 100mg/10ml Inj Sol 
Diphenhydramine HCI 50mg/ml Inj Sol 
Methdilazine HCI 8mg Tab 
Methdilazine HCI 0.8mg/ml 0/L © 
Promethazine HCI 25mg Tab © 

Promethazine HC1 1 0mg Tab © 
Promethazine HCI 2mg/ml 0/L © 
Promethazine HCI 50mg Sup 
Promethazine HCI 25mg Sup 
Promethazine HC1 1 2.5mg Sup 
Promethazine HCI 50mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Trimeprazine Tartrate 1 0mg Tab © 
Trimeprazine Tartrate 5mg Tab © 
Trimeprazine Tartrate 2.5mg Tab © 
Tripelennamine HCI 50mg Tab © 
Triprolidine HCI 2.5mg Tab O 
Triprolidine HCI 25mg/ml 0/L © 



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8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 

8:08 Anthelmintics 

fflebendazole 1 0Omg Tab 
Niclosamide SOOmg Tab 
PIperazine Adipate 2g 'pkg Gran 
Piperazine Adipate 120mg/ml Q/L 
Piperazine Citrate lOOmg/mlQ/L 
Pyrantel Pamoate 1 25mg Tab 
Pyrantel Pamoate 50mg/ml Q./L 
Pyrvinium Pamoate 50mg Tab 
Pyrvinium Pamoate lOmg/ml 0. L 
Quinacrine HCI 1 0Omg Tab 
Thiabendazole 500mg Chew Tab 



333395 


Vermox 


ORT 


1.0588 


286257 


Yomesan 


BOE 


0.7563 


002739 


Entacyl 


AHA 


0.3058 


003131 


Entacyt 


AHA 


0.0245 


257885 


Antepar 


BWE 


0.0183 


316296 


Combantrin 


PFI 


0.2079 


425869 


Combantrin 


PR 


0.0691 


023841 


Vanquin 


PDA 


0.1686 


023477 


Vanquin 


PDA 


0.0482 


033804 


Atabrine 


WIN 


0.0400 


140228 


Mintezol 


MSD 


0.2347 



8:12:04 Antibiotics Antifungals 

Amphotericin B 50mg Inj Pd 
Griseofulvin SGOmg Tab 

Griseofulvin 250mg Tab 

Griseofulvin 125mg Tab 

Nystatin 500.000U Tab 



Nystatin lOO.OOOU/nrJ 0/L 



029149 


Fungizofie 


SOU 


5.1000 


028282 
012262 


Fulvicin U/F 
Grisovin FP 


SCH 
GLA 


0.1562 
0.1635 


028274 
012254 


Fulvicin U/F 
Gnsovin FP 


SCH 
GLA 


0.0909 
0.0963 


023266 
012246 


FuivJcin U/F 
Grisovin FP 


SCH 
Gl-A 


0.0525 
0.0557 


014974 
029416 
270113 


Niistat 

Mycostatin 

Nadostine 


LED 
SOU 
NDA 


0.1015 

0.1020 
0.1050 + 


282219 

014850 
248169 


Nadostine 

Niistat 

Mycostatin 


NDA 
IFD 
SOU 


0.0780 + 

0.0875 
0.0896 



8:12:12 Antibiotics Erythromycins 

Erythromycin Base 250mg Tab 



Erythromycin Estolate 250mg Cap 



Erythromycin Estolate 50mg/ml 0/L 



244635 
030899 
266183 
255017 


Erythrcxnid 
E-Mycin 
Itotycin 
Robimycan 


ABB 

UPJ 

LIL 
ROB 


0.0750 

0.0750 

0.0916 
0.0916 


020966 
015202 


Novorythro 

Estolate 

llosone 


NOP 
LIL 


0.0870 
0.1815 


262595 
210641 


Novorythro 

Estolate 

Uosone 


NOP 
UL 


0.0467 

0.0517 



CO'^TI.HuCO 



1267 



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O. Reg. 470/78 



8:00 Anti-infective Agents 



8:12:12 Antibiotics Erythromycins 



CONTINUED 



Erythromycin Estolate 25mg/ml 0/L 



Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate 

40rr<g mIO/L 

Erythromycin Stearate 250mg Tab 



Erythromycin Stearate 50mg/mi L 
Erythromycin Stearate 25mg, ml L 



02 11 72 Novorythro 

Estolate 
015474 llosone 

000299 Erythrcxjin 

391581 Novorythro 

Stearate 
000434 Erythrocin 

273023 Erythrocin 

000302 Erythrocin 



NOP 0.0233 

LIL 0.0276 

ABB 0.0320 

NOP 0.0770 

ABB 0.1500 

ABB 0.0487 

ABB 0.0325 



Solid 0os«9* Forms of EryUtromyeIn 

=-Mcrc'"x»-s 'Of so J cJosags lorrr.j o' tr/t^rzr-fZ-- y.z'XC be ' ec A^r* a.t trythro<nyon base preparation of the strength prescribed; dis- 

5e-s« :-■! k:c^:« or ssea-ate only w-en spec:* ca: y ;r»sc.-'t)ed 

Oral Liquid Dosage Forms ot Erythromycin 

=-sScr f-:rs ■w er>'ji.'orr,,c!n oral : :5u.c sf.oj'-'i oe * ed *i:n e-^er r« ethyl succirwte or stearate preparation of the strength prescribed; 
r-sc*r:5« r« er.&ate ont-/ *rhen soecf caiiy pr»sc:;tec 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

Amoxicillin (Amoxycillin) 3g 'L Pkg 
Amoxicillin (Amoxycillin) 500mg Cap 



Amoxicillin (Amoxycillin) 25Cmg Cap 



Amoxicillin (Amoxycillin) 50mg/m! 0/L 



Amoxicillin (Amoxycillin) 25mg m! 0/L 



Amoxicillin (Amoxycillin) 

SOmg mlPedO/L 



413518 


Amoxil-GC 


AYE 


3.4000 


360473 


Polymox 


BRI 


0.3309 


406716 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


0.3485 + 


330531 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.3600 


387150 


Amoxican 


ICN 


0.3905 + 


395013 


Penamox 


MOM 


0.3938 + 


360465 


Polymox 


BRI 


0.1646 


406724 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


0.1785 + 


288497 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.1850 


387142 


Amoxican 


ICN 


0.1953 + 


395005 


Penamox 


MOM 


0.1986 + 


360457 


Polymox 


BRI 


0.0453 


288519 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.0533 


432423 


Penamox 


MOM 


0.0581 + 


360449 


Polymox 


BRI 


0.0309 


288500 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.0353 


395021 


Penamox 


MOM 


0.0396 


436259 


Penamox 


MOM 


0.1885 + 


353035 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.1967 



CONTINUEO 



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3405 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:1 2:1 6 Antibiotics Penicillins 



CONTINUEO 



AmplcilHn SCOmg Cap 



Ampicillin 250mg Cap 



Ampicillin 50mg/rr!! Q/L 



Ampicillin 25rr.g/ml O/L 



Ampicillin lOOOmg Inj Pd 

Ampicillin SOOmg inj Pd 

Carbeniciliin Indanyl (Sodium) SOOmg Tab 
Cloxacillin SOOmg Cap 



Cloxaciilin 2S0mg Cap 



Cloxacillin 2Smg -ml O'L 



020885 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0.1250 


022691 


Amcill 


PDA 


0.1250 


338451 


Ampilean 


HRS 


0.1280 


348848 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.1370-1- 


293121 


Biosan 


ICN 


0.1375 


003948 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.1399 


002011 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.1590 


020877 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0.0645 


022683 


Amcill 


PDA 


0.0645 


003921 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.0700 


236969 


Biosan 


ICN 


0.0715 


265047 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.0720 -K 


338443 


Ampilean 


HRS 


0.0745 


002003 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.0785 


021148 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0.0220 


338486 


Ampilean 


HRS 


0.0240 


283185 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.0270 -F 


248975 


Amcill 


PDA 


0.0300 


004278 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.0330 


002429 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.0335 


021121 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0.0125 


281565 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.0160 + 


338478 


Ampilean 


HRS 


0.0168 


004251 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.0171 


023418 


Amcill 


PDA 


0.0175 


002410 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.0180 


004065 


Ampicin 


BRI 


1.2760 


002127 


Penbritin 


AYE 


1.3300 


004057 


Ampicin 


BRi 


0.6380 


002119 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.6700 


328235 


Geopen 


PFI 


0.3765 


337773 


Novocloxin 


NOP 


0.1560 


397849 


Bactopen 


MOM 


0.1727 


400777 


Tegopen 


BRI 


0.1793 


415154 


Cloxilean 


HRS 


0.1800-1- 


002054 


Orbenin 


AYE 


0.1850 


337765 


Novocloxin 


NOP 


0.0845 


294772 


Cloxapen 


ICN 


0.0957 + 


400769 


Tegopen 


BRI 


0.0968 


397830 


Bactopen 


MOM 


0.0976 


415146 


Cloxilean 


HRS 


0.0996 + 


002046 


Orbenin 


AYE 


0.1045 


002445 


Orbenin 


AYE 


0.0240 



CONTINUCO 

L 



1269 



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O. Reg. 470/78 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

CONTINUED 

Cioxacillin 2000mg Inj Pd 

Cloxacillin 500mg in] Pd 

Cioxacillin 250mg Inj Pd 

DIcloxaclllln 250mg Cap 
Dicloxacillin 125mg Cap 
DIcloxacillin 12.5mg/ml 0/L 
MethiclllinlglnjPd 
Oxacillin 500mg Cap 
Oxacillin 250mg Cap 
Oxacillin 50mg/ml 0/L 
Oxacillin 500mg Inj Pd 
Oxacillin 250mg Inj Pd 

Penicillin G (Ammonium) 

500mg (888.500IU) Tab 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

100,000IU/mlO/L 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

1,200.000IU/2mllnjSol 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

600.000IU/mi Inj Sol 

Penicillin G Crystalline 5.000,000IU inj Pd 



Penicillin G Crystalline 1 .OOO.OOOIU Inj Pd 



Penicillin G (Potassium) 500,000IU Tab 



Penicillin G (Potassium) 

lOO.OOOIU/mlQ/L 

Penicillin G Procaine Aqueous Suspension 

5.000.000lU/10mllnjSusp 

COMTINUeO 



002186 
407615 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 


AYE 
BRI 


7.5600 

8.3160 


002178 
407607 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 


AYE 
BRI 


2.1600 

2.3760 


002151 
407593 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 


AYE 
BRI 


1.1900 

1.3090 


003964 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.2053 


003956 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.1415 


004286 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.0266 


004081 


Staphcillin 


BRI 


1.5290 


004006 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


0.2070 


003999 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


0.1205 


004316 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


0.0413 


0041 1 1 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


2.5630 


004103 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


1.4630 


061832 


P.G.A. 0.5 


AHA 


0.1584 


009938 


Megacillin 500 


FRS 


0.0208 


036315 


Bicillin1200L-A 


WYE 


2.1700 


033979 


Bicillin 600 L-A 


WYE 


1.0600 


002216 
024473 
011991 


Penicillin G (Pot) 
Penicillin G (Pot) 
Crystapen (Sod) 


AYE 

PFI 

GLA 


0.8300 

0.9130 
0.9517 


011983 
002208 
024465 


Crystapen (Sod) 
Penicillin G (Pot) 
Penicillin G (Pot) 


GLA 
AYE 
PFI 


0.3155 

0.4000 
0.4290 


151432 
209015 
107484 
116726 
052922 


Novopen-500 
Penioral 500 
Megacillin 500 
P-50 
Hylenta-5 


NOP 
WYE 
FRS 
HOR 
AYE 


0.0330 

0.0331 
0.0495 
0.0850 
0.1114 


002488 
013633 


Hylenta Forte 
P-50 


AYE 
HOR 


0.0179 

0.0283 



355615 Wycillin 5 Million WYE 2.2500 



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8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3407 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 



CONTINUED 



Penicillin G Procaine Aqueous Suspension 

3.000.000IU/10ml Inj Susp 



Penicillin G 

Prescriptions for penicdLn G ti'-cuU be 10»S wit^ »t!'*r the potassKjm or ammonium 

[he benzaxhtna salt omy »r>en speohcaiy prescnrccJ 

Penicillin V (Benzathine) 60mg/ml 0/L 
Penicillin V (Potassium) 300mg Tad 



Penicillin V (Potassium) 60mg ml Q/L 
Penicillin V (Potassium) 25mg/ml 0/L 



024643 


Penicillin G 


PFI 


0.6710 


002402 


Ayercillin 


AYE 


0.6900 


w ammonium 


taR preparation o( me strength prescrit>ed: dispense 


248835 


PVF500 


FRS 


0.0289 


034045 


Pen-Vee 


WYE 


0.0291 


021202 


Novopen-V-500 


NOP 


0.0505 


349054 


Pfizerpen VK 


PFI 


0.0505 


210714 


Penicillin V (Pot) 


SAP 


0.0530-1- 


248843 


PVF-K 500 


FRS 


0.0857 


018740 


Nadopen-V 


NDA 


0.0900 


331090 


Pen-Vee K 


WYE 


0.0980 


331937 


VC-K 500 


LIL 


0.0991 


262447 


Ledercillin VK 


LED 


0.1050 


331945 


VC-K 500 


LIL 


0.0256 


151459 


Novopen-V-500 


NOP 


0.0275 


015563 


V-Cillin K 


LIL 


0.0149 


014869 


Ledercillin VK 


LED 


0.0150 


018635 


Nadopen-V 


NDA 


0.0200 


209023 


Pen-Vee K 


WYE 


0.0205 



PrescnpMxts tor penciSin V should be Med ws-. the poiassum sM 
when specificatty prescribed 



preparation aH the strength prescnbed: dispertce the berualtwie sal cr4y 



8:12:24 Antibiotics Tetracyclines 

Rolitetracycline (Nitrate) 350mg Inj Pd 
Tetracycline 250mg Cap 



Tetracycline 25mg/ml 0/L 



004154 


Syntetrex 


BRI 


3.1350 


021059 


Novotetra 


NOP 


0.0340 


029084 


Sumycin 


SOU 


0.0340 


236705 


T-Caps 


ICN 


0.0374 


210765 


Tetracycline 


SAP 


0.0390 -h 


024422 


Tetracyn 


PFI 


0.0517 


338699 


Tetralean 


HRS 


0.0525 


014605 


Achromycin V 


LED 


0.0595 


151416 


Novotetra 


NOP 


0.0117 


248177 


Sumycin 


SOU 


0.0138 


024686 


Tetracyn 


PFI 


0.0173 


009962 


C^fracycline 


FRS 


0.0296 



CONTINUED 



1271 



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8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 

8:12:24 Antibiotics Tetracyclines 



O. Reg. 470/78 



CONTINUED 



Tetracycline 250mg Inj Pd 



014729 Achromycin LED 1.3500 

024511 Tetracyn PFI 1.4300 



Not* 

■>-5 wS* c* :i:-iz.c -<:s Ourig tocir- ievecji-.e--: :;as: haK cf jregnarcy, infancy and childhood to the age o( 8 years) may cause peima- 
r.»^: :octf> -■sz,:><ra'Xir (ye<>o*-sray-t)fO*r.) This reactxxi is rrore common during long-term use of the tetracyclines, but has been 
cciervec 'ct!CA^^ snort-ie.Tn courses Ena.T« hyscc'asia has a.'so iieen reported. Tetracyclines should therefore not be used m this age 
y:\.9 y.r'.»a zxr*r ar.;itx)t<s are net iiket/ to Ce e-ecsve or are corvamdicatad. 

8:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 

Cefazolin Sodium lOOOmg Inj Pd 

Cefazolin Sodium 500mg Inj Pd 

Cefazolin Sodium 250mg inj Pd 
Cephalexin Monohydrate SOOmg Tab 
Cephalexin Monohydrate 25Cmg Tab 
Cephalexin Monohydrate SOOnn.g Cap 
Cephalexin Monohydrate 250mg Cap 

Cephalexin Monohydrate SOmg ml Q/L 

Cephalexin Monohydrate 25mg ml Q/L 

Cephalothin Sodium 2g Inj Pd 
Cephalothin Sodium 1g Inj Pd 
Cephradine SOOmg Cap 
Cephradine 250mg Cap 
Cephradine 50mg/ml 0/L 
Cephradine 25mg/ml Q/L 
Cephradine 1 0OOmg Inj Pd 
Cephradine SOOmg Inj Pd 
Clindamycin HCI ISOmg Cap 
Clindamycin Palmitate 15rrg ml 0/L 
Clindamycin Phosphate 300mg 2ml Inj Sol 
Colistimethate Sodium 150mg Inj Pd 
Gentamicin Sulfate 8Cmg/2m! Inj Sol 

Kanamycin Sulfate SOOmg Cap 
Kanamycin Sulfate O.Sg '2r.l In; Sol 

CONTINUED 



319112 
322296 


Ancef 
Kefzol 


SKF 
LIL 


4.1800 

4.4000 


319139 
322288 


Ancef 
Kefzol 


SKF 
LIL 


2.1450 

2.2880 


319120 


Ancef 


SKF 


2.0350 


244392 


Keflex 


LIL 


0.5496 


403628 


Keflex 


LIL 


0.2797 


253146 


Ceporex 


GLA 


0.4380 


253154 
015164 


Ceporex 
Keflex 


GLA 
LIL 


0.2222 

0.2797 


321443 
035645 


Ceporex 
Keflex 


GLA 
LIL 


0.0550 
0.0612 


321435 
015547 


Ceporex 
Keflex 


GLA 
LIL 


0.0283 

0.0325 


244406 


Keflin 


LIL 


6.1600 


015369 


Keflin 


LIL 


3.1350 


301639 


Velosef 


SOU 


0.5748 


301620 


Velosef 


SQU 


0.2940 


301647 


Velosef 


SOU 


0.0672 


301655 


Velosef 


SQU 


0.0342 


348295 


Velosef 


SQU 


3.1000 


348287 


Velosef 


SQU 


2.0500 


030570 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


0.2500 


225851 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


0.0350 


260436 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


3.0000 


311553 


Coly-Mycin 


WCH 


11.8500 


223824 
259179 


Garamycin 
Cidomycin 


SCH 
ROU 


4.4110 

4.6200 


003980 


Kantrex 


BRI 


0.8033 


004227 


Kantrex 


BRI 


5.4230 



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8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3409 



8:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 

CONTINUED 

Kanamycin Sulfate 1g/3ml In] Sol 
Lincomycin 500mg Cap 
Lincomycin 50mg/ml 0/L 
Lincomycin 600mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Neomycin Sulfate 500mg Tab 
Neomycin Sulfate 25mg/ml O 'L 
Polymyxin B Sulfate 500.000U In; Pd 
Spectinomycin 2g Inj Pd 
Tobramycin Sulfate 60mg/1 .5.t,! Inj Sol 
Tobramycin Sulfate 80mg/2ml inj Sol 

Tobramycin Sulfate 20mg '2fr! Inj Sd 

8:16 Antitubercular Agents 

Antitubercufar agents, for the treatment of tuberculosis, are available and 
from sanatorium, general hospital and provincial chest clinics. 

Capreomycin Sulfate 1g Inj Pel 128643 Capastat 

Cycloserine 250mg Tab 013269 Cycloserine 

Ethambutol HCI 400mg Tab 127965 Myambutol 

Ethambutol HC1 1 0Omg Tab 1 27957 Myambutol 

Isoniazid 1 0Omg Tab 013323 Rimifon 

Isoniazid SOmg Tab 01 331 5 Rimifon 

Rifampin 300mg Cap 249483 Rifadin 

210463 Rimactane 

Rifampin 1 SOmg Cap 249475 Rifadin 

210471 Rimactane 



004235 


Kantrex 


BRI 


9.2400 


030589 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


0.3042 


030872 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


0.0425 


030732 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


1.8500 


030996 


Mydfradn 


UPJ 


0.0905 


030805 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 


0.0235 


004421 


Aerosporin 


BWE 


3.6520 


210196 


Trot)icin 


UPJ 


4.6000 


375764 


Nebcin 


LIL 


4.1690 


325449 


Netxin 


LIL 


4.4550 


381969 


Nebcin 


LIL 


4.6750 


325457 


Nebcin 


LIL 


2.2000 



should be obtained 



LIL 

HLR 

LED 

LED 

HLR 

HLR 

DOW 
CIB 

DOW 
CIB 



4.8796 
0.1595 
0.1200 
0.0400 
0.0119 
0.0076 

0.9570 

0.9790 

0.6082 

0.6369 



8:20 Plasmodicides (Antimalarials) 



Chioroquine Phosphate 250mg Tab 

Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate 200mg Tab 
Quinine Sulfate 300mg Cap 

Quinine Sulfate 200mg Cap 



021261 

033642 

033669 

093750 
021016 

093742 
021008 



Novochloro- 

quine 

Aralen 

Plaquenil 

Quinine 
Novoquinine 

Quinine Sulfate 
Novoquinine 



NOP 
WIN 

WIN 

DTC 
NOP 

DTC 
NOP 



0.0555 

0.0960 

0.0950 

0.1300 

0.1325 

0.0925 

0.0930 



1273 



3410 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 470/78 



8:24 Sulfonamides 










Sulfamethoxazole 500mg Tab 


013412 


Gantanol 


HLR 


0.0726 


Sulfamethoxazole lOOmg/rr.l 0/L 


013129 


Gantanol 


HLR 


0.0220 


Sulfasalazine 500mg Tab 


263869 
024856 


S.A.S. 500 
Salazopyrin 


ICN 
PHD 


0.0589 

0.0677 


Sulfasalazine SOOmg Ent Tab 


158526 


Salazopyrin 


PHD 


0.1100 


Sulfisoxazole 500mg Tab 


021792 
210730 
363774 

271365 
013420 


Novosoxazole 

Sulfisoxazole 

Apo- 

Sulfisoxazole 

Sulfizole 

Gantrisin 


NOP 
SAP 

APX 
ICN 
HLR 


0.0195 

0.0250 

0.0303 
0.0303 
0.0363 


Sulfisoxazole lOOmg/ml 0/L 


115487 


Gantrisin 


HLR 


0.0176 



8:26 Sulfones 

Dapsone 1 0Omg Tab 

Sulfoxone (Sodium) 330mg Ent Tab 

8:32 Trichomonacides 

metronidazole 250mg Tab 



002526 Aviosulfon 
000574 Diasone 



021 555 Novonidazol 
271195 Trikacide 
025615 Flagyl 



AYE 
ABB 



0.0155 
0.1070 



NOP 0.0560 
ICN 0.0561 
POU 0.0840 



8:36 Urinary Germicides 

Methenamine HIppurate 1g Tab 
Methenamine Mandelate lOOOmg Ent Tab 
Methenamine Mandelate 500mg Ent Tab 



Methenamine Mandelate lOOmg /ml 0/L 
Methenamine Mandelate 50mg/ml 0/L 
Nalidixic Acid 500mg Tab 
Nalidixic Acid 50mg/ml 0/L 
Nitrofurantoin 1 OOmg Tab 



026379 


Hip-Rex 


RIK 


0.1260 


031380 


Mandelamine 


WCH 


0.0650 


017221 


Sterine 


MAN 


0.0306 


313777 


Methandine 


ICN 


0.0358 


031372 


Mandelamine 


WCH 


0.0420 


031208 


Mandelamine 


WCH 


0.0341 


031194 


Mandelamine 


WCH 


0.0254 


033723 


NegGram 


WIN 


0.1590 


036250 


NegGram 


WIN 


0.0291 


092819 


Nitrofurantoin 


DTC 


0.0194 


021571 


Novofuran 


NOP 


0.0195 


01 7094 


Nifuran 


MAN 


0.0215 


233013 


Furatine 


ICN 


0.0231 


312738 


Apo- 








Nitrofurantoin 


APX 


0.0418 


007633 


Furanex 


ELL 


0.0842 



CONTINUED 



1274 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3411 

8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 

8:36 Urinary Germicides 

CONTIHUEO 



Nitrofurantoin 50mg Tab 


021533 
017086 


Novofuran 
Nitrofuran 


NOP 
MAN 


0.0150 + 

0.0154 + 


Nitrofurantoin 1 0Omg Cap 


252360 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


0.2299 


Nitrofurantoin 50mg Cap 


252379 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


0.1241 


Nitrofurantoin 25mg Cap 


252387 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


0.0696 


Nitrofurantoin 5mg/ml 0/L 


007455 


Furanex 


ELL 


0.0171 


Phenazopyridine HCl 200mg Tab 


243469 


Pyridium 


WCH 


0.1 61 S 


Phenazopyridine HCl lOOmg Tab 


271489 
031232 


Phenazo 
Pyridium 


ICN 
WCH 


0.0660 

0.0970 



8:40 Miscellaneous Anti-lnfectives 

Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 



80CT3&l60nrigTab 


368040 
371823 


Septra DS 
Bactrim-DS 


BWE 
MLR 


0.2530 

0.3069 


Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 

4C0T.g & 80mg Tab 


270636 
272469 


Septra 
Bactrim 


BWE 
HLR 


0.1414 

0.1705 


Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 

40rr,gai8mg/mlO/L 


270644 
272485 


Septra 
Bactrim 


BWE 
HLR 


0.0274 

0.0330 



1275 



3412 



10:00 Antineoplastic Agents 



) GAZE1 


rxE 


0. Reg. 470/78 


014915 


Methotrexate 


LED 


0.1450 


321397 


Methotrexate 


LED 


7.7000 


321400 


Methotrexate 


LED 


3.0000 


004596 


Imuran 


BWE 


0.1461 


258482 


Blenoxane 


BRI 


46.2220 


004618 


Myleran 


BWE 


0.1280 


297763 


BiCNU 


BRI 


20.4820 


004626 


Leukeran 


BWE 


0.0730 


344885 


Cytoxan 


BRI 


0.2039 


013749 


Procytox 


HOR 


0.2800 


344877 


Cytoxan 


BRI 


0.1353 


262676 


Procytox 


HOR 


0.2185 


013552 


Procytox 


HOR 


8.1500 


344915 


Cytoxan 


BRI 


3.3000 


344907 


Cytoxan 


BRI 


2.5630 


013544 


Procytox 


HOR 


3.5000 


194735 


Cytosar 


UPJ 


16.7500 


194727 


Cytosar 


UPJ 


4.0000 


365335 


DTIC 


DOM 


4.7483 


365327 


DTIC 


DOM 


2.9324 


213071 


Cosmegen 


MSD 


2.7940 


163899 


Cerubidine 


POU 


22.3850 


353078 


Adriannycin 


FAR 


66.5000 + 


357391 


Adriamycin 


FAR 


13.9000 + 


012882 


Fluorouracil 


HLR 


2.9700 


285463 


Kidrolase 


POU 


39.6000 


990612 


CeeNU 


BRI 


21.6060 


016063 


Mustargen 


MSD 


2.7060 


004715 


Alkeran 


BWE 


0.1507 


004723 


Purinethol 


BWE 


0.2011 


381799 


Mitomycin 


BRI 


26.3890 


012750 


Natulan 


HLR 


0.1444 


419052 


Nolvadex 


ICI 


0.6353 + 


029297 


Teslac 


SOU 


6.5000 


237035 


Thio-Tepa 


LED 


3.6000 


282081 


.Lanvis 


BWE 


0.5478 


015431 


Velbe 


LIL 


10.1200 


015466 


Oncovin 


LIL 


48.2680 


015458 


Oncovin 


LIL 


10.7250 



Amethopterin 2.5mg Tab 

Amethopterin (Sodium) 5Qmg/2ml Inj Sol 

Amethopterin (Sodium) 5mg/2ml Inj Sol 

Azathioprine 5Gmg Tab O 

Bleomycin Sulfate 1 5U Inj Pd 

Busulfan 2mg Tab 

Carmustine (BCNU) 1 0Omg Inj Pd 

Chlorambucil 2mg Tab 

Cyclophosphamide 50mg Tab 

Cyclophosphamide 25mg Tab 

Cyclophosphamide lOOOmg Inj Pd 
Cyclophosphamide 500mg Inj Pd 
Cyclophosphamide 200mg Inj Pd 

Cytarabine 500mg Inj Pd 
Cytarabine lOOmg Inj Pd 
Dacarbazine 200mg inj Pd 
Dacarbazine 1 0Omg Inj Pd 
Dactinomycin 0.5mg Inj Pd 
Daunorubicin 20mg inj Pd 
Doxorubicin HCi 50mg Inj Pd 
Doxorubicin HCI lOmg Inj Pd 
Fluorouracil 500mg/10ml Inj Sol 
L-Asparaginase lO.OOOlU Inj Pd 

Lomustine (CCNU) 

1 0Omg & 40mg & 1 0mg Cap Pkg 

Mechlorethamine HCI lOmg Inj Pd 
Melphalan 2mg Tab 
Mercaptopurine 50mg Tab 
Mutamycin 5mg Inj Pd 
Procarbazine HCI 50mg Cap 
Tamoxifen Citrate 1 0mg Tab 
Testolactone 500mg/5ml Inj Susp 
Thio-Tepa 1 5mg Inj Pd 
Thioguanine 40mg Tab 
Vinblastine Sulfate lOmg Inj Pd 
Vincristine Sulfate 5mg Inj Pd 
Vincristine Sulfate 1 mg Inj P6 



1276 



O. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3413 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



033596 


Mytelase 


WIN 


0.0660 


033588 


Myteiase 


WIN 


0.0490 


349739 


Urecholine 


FRS 


0.2504 


349720 


Urecholine 


FRS 


0.1668 


349712 


Urecholine 


FRS 


0.0949 


349747 


Urecholine 


FRS 


1.0417 


003212 


Carbachol 


AHA 


0.0493 


341622 


Carbachol 


AHA 


5.7090 


013064 


Tensilon 


HLR 


3.7950 


013382 


Prostigmin 


HLR 


0.0528 


012955 


Prostigrnin 


HLR 


0.2860 


035890 


Mestinon 


HLR 


0.1480 


013404 


Mestinon 


HLR 


0.0627 



12:04 Parasympathomimetic (Cholinergic) Agents 

Ambenonium Chloride 25.T>g Tac O 
Ambenonium Chloride lOrrig Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride 25mg Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride lOmg Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride 5mg Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride 5mg/ml Ir.j Sol 
Carbachol 2mg Tab 
Carbachol C 25rr.c ml Inj So« 
Edrophonium Chloride lOOmg MOml Inj Sol 
Neostigmine Bromide 1 5mg Tab O 

Neostigmine Methylsulfate 

CSmg . rr.! Inj Sc! 

Pyridostigmine Bromide 1 80mg LA Tab O 
Pyridostigmine Bromide 60mg Tab O 

12:08 Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 

Atropine Sulfate C.Smg mi in] So! 

Atropine Sulfate 4mg ml Irj So! 

Benztroplne Mesylate 2nr!g Tab O 
Benztropine Mesylate 2mg/2mt Inj Sol 
Chlorphenoxamine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Dicyclomine HCI 20mg Tab O 
Dicyclomine HCI lOmg Cap O 

Dicyclomine HCI 2mg/ml 0/L O 
Dicyclomine HCI 20mg/2mi Inj Sol 
Ethopropazine HC1 1 0Omg Tab O 
Ethopropazine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Glycopyrrolate 2mg Tab O 
Glycopyrrolate i ng Tab O 
Glycopyrrolate 0.2mg ml inj Sol 
Hyoscine Butylbromide ICxg Tab O 
Hyoscine Butylbromide 1 Crr;g Sup 
Hyoscine Butylbromide 2CTr.g ml Inj Sol 
Hyoscine HBr 4rr,g/ml Inj Sol 
Orphenadrine Citrate lOOmg Tab O 

CONTINUEO 



029653 
012076 


Atropine 
Atropine 


STX 
GLA 


0.1265 
0.1650 


029645 
061697 


Atropine 
Atropine 


SIX 

GLA 


0.1265 

0.1646 


016357 


Cogentin 


MSO 


0.0540 


016128 


Cogentin 


MSO 


1.6702 


006491 


Phenoxene 


DOW 


0.1342 


282529 


Bentylol 


MER 


0.0655 


361933 

018007 


Formulex 
Bentylol 


ICN 
MER 


0.0314 
0.0429 


018023 


Bentylol 


MER 


0.0156 


133965 


Bentylol 


MER 


1.9300 


226602 


Parsitan 


POU 


0.0519 


025550 


Parsilan 


POU 


0.0347 


026522 


Robinul Forte 


ROB 


0.0696 


026514 


Robinui 


ROB 


0.0420 


026425 


Robtnui 


ROB 


0.8998 


363812 


Buscopan 


BOE 


0.0630 


363820 


Buscopan 


BOE 


0.4693 


363839 


Buscopan 


BOE 


1.0527 


030090 


Hyoscine 


STX 


0.1760 


171476 


Nortlex 


RIK 


0.2024 



1277 



3414 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:08 Parasympatholytic (Cliolinergic Blocking) Agents 

CONTINUED 

Orphenadrine Citrate 60mg/2ml Inj Soi 
Orphenadrine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Procyclidlne HCI 5mg Tab O 

Procyclldlne HCI 0.5mg/ml 0/L © 
Propantheline Bromide 1 5mg Tab 

Propantheline Bromide 7.5mg Tab O 
Propantheline Bromide 30mg Inj Pd 
Trihexyphenidyl HCI 5mg Tab O 



171468 


Norflex 


RIK 


1.5033 


026387 


Disipal 


RIK 


0.1034 


306290 
004758 


Procyclid 
Kemadrih 


ION 
BWE 


0.0176 

0.0183 


004405 


Kemadrin 


BWE 


0.0128 


017159 
028592 


Banlin 
Pro-Banthine 


MAN 
SEA 


0.0421 

0.0473 


028584 


Pro-Banthine 


SEA 


0.0418 


028436 


Pro-Banthine 


SEA 


1.9690 


021938 
271314 
015059 


Novohexidyl 

Aparkane 

Artane 


NOP 

ION 

LED 


0.0115 

0.0127 
0.0440 


021911 
280445 
015040 


Novohexidyl 

Aparkane 

Artane 


NOP 

ION 

LED 


0.0095 

0.0105 
0.0225 


014656 


Artane 


LED 


0.0083 



Trihexyphenidyl HCI 2mg Tab O 



Trihexyphenidyl HCI 0.4mg/ml 0/L O 



12:12 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic Agents) 

Ephedrine HCI 30mg Tab G 
Epinephrine Aero Soi Pkg O 

Epinephrine Bitartrate Aero Susp Pkg 
Epinephrine HCI 30mg/30ml Inj Sol 
Epinephrine HC1 1 % Sol Inh 

Epinephrine HCI (Racemic) 

2.25% Sol Inh O 

Fenoterol HBr Inhaler 
Isoproterenol HCI lOmg SL Tab O 
Isoproterenol HCI 0.5% Sol !nh 
Isoproterenol HCI Aero So! Fkg 

Isoproterenol Sulfate Aero Susp Pkg 
Orciprenaline Sulfate Inhaler O 
Orclprenallne Sulfate 20mg Tab O 
Orciprenaline Sulfate 2mg 'ml 0/L 
Orciprenaline Sulfate 5% Sol Inh O 
Pseudoephedrine HCI 60mg Tab 

CONTINUED 



304069 


Ephedrine 


AHA 


0.0229 


282286 


Bronkaid 
Mistometer 


WIN 


2.9800 


026271 


Medihaler-Epi 


RIK 


3.8500 


155357 


Adrenalin 


PDA 


2.3800 


257745 


Adrenalin 


PDA 


0.4840 


001643 


Vaponefrin 


AFU 


0.2405 


371807 


Berotec 


BOE 


0.40154 


033820 


Isuprel 


WIN 


0.0600 


033227 


Isuprel 


WIN 


0.2600 


033219 


Isuprel 
Mistometer 


WIN 


3.5000 


026301 


Medihaler-lso 


RIK 


4.3450 


254134 


Alupent 


BOE 


4.1690 


003891 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.0809 


249920 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.0194 


003859 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.3135 


342726 
004766 


Robidrine 
Sudafed 


ROB 
BWE 


0.0330 

0.0410 



1278 



O. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3415 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:12 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic Agents) 

CONTINUED 



Pseudoephedrine HCI 6mg/ml 0/L O 

Saibutamoi Inhaler O 
Salbutamol 4mg Tab O 
Saibutamoi 2mg Tab O 
Salbutamol 5mg/ml Sot Inh O 
Terbutallne Sulfate 2.5mg Tab O 
Terbutaline Sulfate 5mg Tab O 



004561 


Sudafed 


BWE 


0.0114 


309435 


EJtor 


DOW 


0.0118 


303569 


Ventolin 


AHA 


4.1580 


332267 


Ventolin 


AHA 


0.0883 


361135 


Ventolin 


AHA 


0.0519 


334227 


Ventolin 


AHA 


0.3113 


335355 


Bricanyl 


AST 


0.0660 + 


335363 


Bricanyl 


AST 


0.0853 



12:16 Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocking) Agents 



Ergotamine & Pentobarbital Compound 

Tab 

Ergotamine & Pentobarbital Compound 

Sup 

Ergotamine Tartrate 1 mg Tab 
Ergotamine Tartrate 2mg SL Tab 
Ergotamine Tartrate 0.5mg/ml Inj Sol 

Ergotamine Tartrate & Caffeine 

1 mg & 1 0Omg Tab 

Methysergide BImaleate 2mQ Tab 
Pizotyline Hydrogen Malate 0.5mg Tab 



12:20 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 



Dantrolene Sodium lOOmg Cap 
Dantrolene Sodium 25mg Cap 



176222 Cafergot-PB 



SAN 0.1425 



176214 


Cafergot-PB 


SAN 


0.4492 


027405 


Gynergen 


SAN 


0.1408 


328952 


Ergomar 


FIS 


0.2530 + 


027278 


Gynergen 


SAN 


0.5610 


176095 


Cafergot 


SAN 


0.1282 


027499 


Sansert 


SAN 


0.1480 


329320 


Sandomigran 


SAN 


0.1232 


ints 

309311 


Oantrium 


EAT 


0.2608 


309303 


Dantrium 


EAT 


0.1350 



1279 



3416 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



16:00 Blood Derivatives 



Immune Human Serum Globulin 

16 5::;1Cm!;in,So! 

Immune Human Serum Globulin 

16.5-:(5m!)ln)Sol 

Immune Human Serum Globulin 

16.="-:(2ml)lnjSol 

Tetanus Immune Human Globulin 



990515 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 6.1490 

990523 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 3.6850 

075280 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 2.1120 

074942 Tetanus Immune 

Human Globulin CNG 2.2220 



1280 



O. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3417 



20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 
20:04 Antianemia Drugs 

Ferrous Fumarate 200mg otc 1 GO Tab 



Ferrous Fumarate 60mg/ml Q/L O 
'Ferrous Gluconate SOOmg otc 1 00 Tab 



Ferrous Gluconate 60mg/ml 0/L O 
•Ferrous Sulfate SOOmg otc 100 Ent Tab 

Ferrous Sulfate 1 25mg/nr>l 0/L O 
Iron Dextran 100mg/2ml In] Soi O 



021431 


Novofumar 


I^P 


1.3000 


094706 


Ferrous 








Fumarate 


DTC 


1.8500 


012238 


Fersamal 


GLA 


3.4000 


018287 


Palafer 


MOM 


0.0191 


021458 


Novoferrogluc 


NOP 


1.3000 


031097 


Ferrous 








Gluconate 


WAM 


1.7000+ 


033650 


Fergon 


WIN 


1.9000 


094714 


Ferrous 








Gluconate 


DTC 


2.0000 


033146 


Fergon 


WIN 


0.0074 


232998 


Novoferrosulfa 


NOP 


1.4000 


000590 


Ferrous Sulfate 


ABB 


2.0000 


017841 


Fer-in-Sd 


MJO 


0.0484 


009598 


Imferon 


FIS 


1.1121 



20:12 Coagulants and Anti-Coagulants 



Dicumarol SOmg Tab O 

Net Inlercna'^S^tS-'e 

Heparin 50.000USP U/5ml Inj Sd 

Not lnlarcr.an;»aSi» 



Heparin 10.000USP U/IOmI Inj Sd 

Nol mterctangeasie 



Nicoumalone 4mg Tab 
Nicoumalone 1 mg Tab O 

Not iruercfungeaOW 

Phenindione SOnrtg Tab O 

Not Iniefcfiargeaoie 

Phenprocoumon 3mg Tab O 
Warfarin lOmgTabO 

Not intefcnarge^oie 

Warfarin 5mg Tab O 

Not mitfcttaf^eao'e 



000388 
010022 


Dtcoumard 
Dufalone 


ABB 
FRS 


0.0337 
0.0446 


304050 
338583 
263796 
038091 


Heparin 
Hepalean 
Heparin 
Heparin 


AHA 
HRS 
ORG 
ABB 


3.0250 
4.1030 
4.2350 
5.5500 


338575 
304042 
022454 
000205 
030724 


Hepalean 

Heparin 

Heparin 

Heparin 

Heparin 


HRS 
AHA 
ORG 
ABB 
UPJ 


0.8250 
0.8833 
1.0450 
1.3500 
1.6000 


010391 


Sintrom 


GEl 


0.1297 


010383 


Sintrom 


GQ 


0.0408 


010189 


Danilone 


FRS 


0.0540 


Q13390 


Marcurnar 


HLR 


0.0825 


009342 


Coumadin 


END 


0.0719 


026174 
009326 
031348 
010308 


Athrombin-K 
Coumadin 
Warnerin 
Warfilone 


PFR 
END 
WCH 
FRS 


0.0440 
0.0472 
0.0475 
0.0533 



CONTINUED 



1281 



3418 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 470/78 

20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 

20:12 Coagulants and Anti-Coagulants 

CONTINUED 

V/arfarin 2.5rr.g Tab O 010294 Warfilone FRS 0.0336 

■.crir;rcrs-;ra::e 009318 Coumacjin END 0.0387 



1282 



O. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3419 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04 Cardiac Drugs 

Oisitoxin 1 rrg Tab O 
Oigoxin 25nng Tab O 
Digoxin 0.1 25ng Tab O 
Digoxin 0.05mg/ml O/L O 
Digoxin O.SOmg /2ml Inj Sd 

Set ir.T^rzrjnfiO-'* 

Digoxin O.OSmg/ml Inj Sd 

Diso?yramide iSOmg Cap O 
Disopyramide 1 0Omg Cap O 

Procainamide HCI 500mg Cap O 
Procainamide HCI 375mg Cap O 
Procainamide HCI 250mg Cap O 
Procainamide HCI lOOOmg/ICml Inj Sol 
Propranolol 80mg Tab O 
Propranolol 40mg Tab O 
Propranolol iCmg Tab O 
Propranolol Starter Pak 
Ouinidine Bisulfate 250mg Tab O 
Ouinidine Sulfate 20Gmg Tao O 



Timolol Maleate 1 0mg Tab O 

Now 

24:06 Antilipemic Drugs 

Cholestyramine Resin S33mg/g Oral Pd O 
Ctoftbrate SOCmg Cap O 



034118 


Purodigin 


WYE 


0.0091 


004685 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.0164 


035319 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.0164 


242713 


LarK>xin 


BWE 


0.0319 


004464 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.5478 


004456 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.6853 


396389 


Norpace 


SEA 


0.1947+ 


396370 
382876 


Norpace 
RythnxxJan 


SEA 
ROU 


0.1375 + 

0.1499 + 


353523 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


0.1305 


296031 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


0.0970 


029076 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


0.071 S 


029181 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


2.6500 


313602 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.1285 


002666 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.0805 


002658 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.0434 


990310 


Inderal 


AYE 


1.7500 


249580 


Biquin 


AST 


0.1617 


094412 
021733 
004782 
023868 
026883 
003611 


Ouinidine 

Novoquinidine 

Ouinidine 

Ouinidine 

Ouinidine 

Ouinidine 


DTC 
NOP 
BWE 
PDA 
ROG 
AHA 


0.1150 

0.1160 
0.1187 
0.1195 
0.1200 
0.1376 


353922 


Blocadren 


FRS 


0.1600+ 



pafeant on ffis sra d'.jc pfodbct. 



231444 Ouestran 

353043 Lipnnal 
002038 Atromid<S 



MJO 0.0237^ 

MJO 0.0715 
AYE 0.0720 



1283 



3420 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

Bethanidine Sulfate 25nng Tab O 
Bethanidine Sulfate lOmg Tab O 
Chlorthalidone ICOmg Tab O 



Chlorthalidone SOmg Tab O 



Cionidine HOI 0.2mg Tab O 
Clonidine HCI 0.1 mg Tab O 
Debrisoquine Sulfate 20mg Tab O 
Debrisoquine Sulfate lOmg Tab O 
Diazoxide 300mg '20ml Inj Sol 
Ethacrynic Acid SOmg Tab O 
Furosemide 40mg Tab O 



Furosemide 20mg Tab © 



Furosennide 20mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Guanethidine Sulfate 25mg Tab O 

Guanethidine Sulfate 10mg Tab 

Hydralazine HCI SOmg Tab O 
Hydralazine HCI 2Smg Tab G 
Hydralazine HCI lOmg Tab O 
Hydralazine HCI 20mg/ml in; Sol 



03S289 


Esbaloid 


BWE 


0.1278 


035270 


Esbaloid 


BWE 


0.0639 


293881 


Uridon 


ICN 


0.0517 


398373 


Chlorthalidone 


DTC 


0.0520 


337455 


Novothalidone 


NOP 


0.0545 


360287 


Apo- 








Chlorthalidone 


APX 


0.0627 


010421 


Hygroton 


GEI 


0.0752 


298964 


Uridon 


ICN 


0.0347 


337447 


Novothalidone 


NOP 


0.0375 


398365 


Chlorthalidone 


DTC 


0.0385 


360279 


Apo- 








Chlorthalidone 


APX 


0.0473 


010413 


Hygroton 


GEI 


0.0563 


291889 


Catapres 


BOE 


0.1499 


259527 


Catapres 


BOE 


0.0833 


255424 


Declinax 


HLR 


0.0858 


255432 


Declinax 


MLR 


0.0572 


269271 


Hyperstat 


SCH 


11.5060 


016497 


Edecrin 


MSD 


0.1074 


332275 


Furoside 


ICN 


0.0594 


396249 


Furosemide 


DTC 


0.0650 


337749 


Novosemide 


NOP 


0.0700 


362166 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 


0.0715 


012580 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0834 


344079 


Uritol 


HOR 


0.0860 


396788 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 


0.0473 + 


353612 


Furoside 


ICN 


0.0477 


337730 


Novosemide 


NOP 


0.0525 


289590 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0576 


217743 


Lasix 


HOE 


1.2848 


396753 


Apo- 








Guanethidine 


APX 


0.1095 + 


005517 


Ismelin 


CIB 


0.1515 


396745 


Apo- 








Guanethidine 


APX 


0.0594 + 


005509 


Ismelin 


CIB 


0.0857 


005541 


Apresoline 


CIB 


0.0989 


005533 


Apresoline 


CIB 


0.0629 


005525 


Apresoline 


CIB 


0.0371 


005274 


Apresoline 


CIB 


1.0098 



CONTINUED 



1284 



0. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3421 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 



CONTINUED 



Hydrochlorothiazide 50mg Tab O 



Hydrochlorothiazide 25mg Tab O 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

25mg & 25mg Tab O 

Hydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 

25mg & 50mg Tab © 

Methyldopa 500mg Tab O 



Methyldopa 250mg Tab 



Methyldopa 1 25mg Tab © 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250mg & 25mg Tab O 



092703 

021482 
314609 
209821 

280305 

018406 
312800 

263907 
007579 
016519 
005576 

Q92681 

021474 
280291 

018392 
007560 
326844 

263893 
016500 
005568 



Hydrochloro- 
thiazide 
Novohydrazlde 
Hydrid-50 
Hydrochloro- 
thiazide 
Hydrochloro- 
thiazide 
Hydro-Aquil 
Apo-Hydro- 
chlorothiazide 
Urozide 
Hydrozide 
HydroDIURIL 
Esidrix 

Hydrochloro- 
thiazide 
Novohydrazide 
Hydrochloro- 
thiazide 
Hydro-Aquil 
Hydrozide 
Apo-Hydro- 
chlorothiazide 
Urozide 
HydroDIURIL 
Esidrix 



180408 Aldactazide 



181528 

337498 
353639 
016586 

337471 
360260 
250392 
016578 

360252 
337463 
353620 
016551 



Dyazide 

Novomedopa 

Oopamet 

Aldomet 



DTC 
NOP 
CPN 



MPT 
MOM 

APX 

ICN 

ELL 

MSD 

CIB 

DTC 
NOP 

MPT 

MOM 

ELL 

APX 
ICN 
MSD 
CIB 



SKF 

NOP 

ICN 

MSD 



Novomedopa NOP 

Apo-Methyldopa APX 

Dopamet ICN 

Aldomet MSD 

Apo-Methyldopa APX 

Novomedopa NOP 

Dopamet ICN 

Aldomet MSD 



0.0125 

0.0135 
0.0153 



SAP 0.0190 + 



0.0222 
0.0232 

0.0248 
0.0248 
0.0288 
0.0417 
0.0421 

0.0110 

0.0115 

0.0185 
0.0194 
0.0200 

0.0209 
0.0209 
0.0297 
0.0299 



SEA 0.0979 



0.0862 

0.1050 

0.1276 
0.1465 

0.0650 

0.0765 
0.0770 
0.0818 

0.0435 
0.0435 

0.0468 
0.0572 



140597 Aldoril-25 



MSD 0.1060 



CONTINUEO 



1285 



3422 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 470/78 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 

24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

CONTINUED 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 



250mg& 15mgTabO 


140589 


Aldoril-15 


MSO 


0.0964 


Metoprolol Tartrate lOOmg Tab O 


402540 
397431 


Betaloc 
Lopresor 


AST 
GEI 


0.1601 + 

0.1841 + 


Metoprolol Tartrate 50mg Tab O 


402605 
397423 


Betaloc 
Lopresor 


AST 
GEI 


0.0960 + 

0.1118+ 


Pargyline HC1 1 0mg Tab O 


000515 


Eutonyi 


ABB 


0.0420 


Prazosin HCI Smg Tab 


381551 


Minipress 


PFI 


0.1675 


Prazosin HCI 2nng Tab 


381535 


Minipress 


PFI 


0.1242 


Prazosin HC1 1 mg Tab O 


381527 


Minipress 


PFI 


0.0867 


Prazosin HCI 0.5mg Tab O 


381519 


Minipress 


PFI 


0.0693 


Propranolol 80mg Tab O 


313602 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.1285 


Propranolol 40mg Tab 


002666 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.0805 


Propranolol lOrrg Tab 


002658 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.0434 


Propranolol Starter Pak 


990310 


Inderal 


AYE 


1.7500 


Racwolfia Serpentina lOOmg Tab 


029459 


Raudixin 


SOU 


0.0850 


Rauwolfia Serpentina 50mg Tab O 


029440 


Raudixin 


SOU 


0.0525 


Reserpine 0.25mg Tab O 


093238 
001538 
005665 


Reserpine 

Reserpanca 

Serpasil 


DTC 
ANC 
GIB 


0.0195 

0.0220 
0.0404 


Reserpine 0.1 mg Tab O 


09321 1 
001511 
005657 


Reserpine 

Reserpanca 

Serpasil 


DTC 
ANC 
GIB 


0.0120 

0.0127 
0.0233 


Reserpine Smg /2ml Inj Sol 


005290 


Serpasil 


GIB 


1.6401 


Sodium Nitroprusside DIhydrate 

5Cmg Inj Pd 


336459 


Nipride 


HLR 


8.2500 


Spironolactone 1 0Omg Tab O 


285455 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.3190 


Spironolactone 25mg Tab O 


028606 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.0880 


Triamterene lOOmg Tab O 


027138 


Dyrenium 


SKF 


0.0814 


Triamterene 50mg Tab O 


299715 


Dyrenium 


SKF 


0.0601 



**1pf.tntioir. Flud CombiiMtien Drugs 

- ' 'tc co^atra:.cn crug s ret in>tcat«d tor mniaJ r-^apf c' ^•,c«r•'"Slon Hypertension requires therapy titrated to ttie individual pabent. 
-i^.z-y ■z.r-j :r\ s it me ;.•«: cor^raaon drug mee's ~a» t r-atec oc« c« its individual compcnents. Its use may be more convenient m the 
-i*a;rr-«rt ot tne irx:;v^uai pa!:ert The treat-rent z< !>?ere'swr s "Ot static, it must be re-evaiuated as conditions m each patient vxar- 
•J-: Ajac-ed from F-O-C fiepor«, Sept 1 1 . 1972. p 3 c^qa Ca'Sc^scj^ar Advisory Committee). 



24:12 Vasodilating Drugs 

Erythrol Tetranitrate lOmg SL Tab O 



299790 Cardi!ate-10 



GAL 0.0402 



CONTINUED 



1286 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3423 



24:12 Vasodilating Drugs 

CONTINUED 

Isosorbide Dinitrate 30mg Tab O 
isosorbicie Dinitrate 10mg Tab O 
Isosorbide Dinitrate 5mg SL Tab O 
•Nitroglycerin 0.6mg SL Tab O 

A Nitroglycerin 0.3mg SL Tab O 



279536 
382655 


Isordil 
Coronex 


WYE 
ELL 


0.0780 

0.0781 


208973 
102156 


Isordil 
Coronex 


WYE 
ELL 


0.0327 

0.0328 


243116 
007676 


Isordil 
Coronex 


WYE 
ELL 


0.0300 

0.0310 


037621 
015962 
990620 
003662 


Nitroglycerin 
Nitroglycerin 
Nitrostat 
Nitrostabilin 


PDA 
LIL 
PDA 
AHA 


0.0105 

0.0121 
0.0150 
0.0172 


015954 
037613 


Nitroglycerin 
Nitrostat 


LIL 
PDA 


0.0121 

0.0150 



1287 



3424 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:08 Analgesics 

*Acetaminophen SOOmg Tab O 
^Acetaminophen 325mg Tab O 



Acetaminophen lOOmg/ml 0/L O 
Acetaminophen 90mg/ml 0/L O 

Acetaminophen 24mg/ml 0/L O 



Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 

3Gmg Tab 



Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 

1 5mg Tab 



^Acetylsalicylic Acid 300mg otc 300 Tab 
*Acetylsalicylic Acid 650mg Ent Tab O 

^Acetylsalicyllc Acid 325mg Ent Tab 



Acetylsalicylic Acid 640mg Sup 
Acetylsalicyllc Acid 600mg Sup 
Acetylsalicylic Acid 320mg Sup 
Acetylsalicylic Acid 1 60mg Sup 
Acetylsalicylic Acid 150mg Sup 
Anileridine HCI 25mg Tab 
Anileridine Phosphate 25mg/ml !nj Sol 
ASA Compound with Codeine 60mg Tab 
ASA Compound with Codeine SGmg Tab 



292486 
013668 
291412 


Campain 
Atasol Forte 
Tylenol 


WIN 
HOR 
MCN 


0.0230 

0.0315 
0.0329 


229229 
330876 
017590 
293482 
277193 
373710 


Campain 

Robigesic 

Tylenol 

Atasol 

Rounox 

Exdol 


WIN 

ROB 

MCN 

HOR 

ROG 

FRS 


0.0189 

0.0198 
0.0216 
0.0225 
0.0225 
0.0236 


132454 


Tylenol 


MCN 


0.0792 


293539 
373702 
017825 


Atasol 
Exdol 
Tempra 


HOR 
FRS 
MJO 


0.0680 + 

0.071 3 -h 
0.0807 + 


229202 
330884 
017558 


Campain 

Robigesic 

Tylenol 


WIN 
ROB 

MCN 


0.0114 

0.0115 
0.0162 


372358 
425389 
293512 


Exdol-30 
Tylenol No.3 
Atcisol-30 


FRS 

MCN 

HOR 


0.0766 

0.0850 
0.0875 


372331 
425370 
293504 


Exdol-1 5 
Tylenol No.2 
Atasol- 15 


FRS 

MCN 

HOR 


0.0546 

0.0558 
0.0585 


092754 


ASA 


DTC 


1.7000 


229296 
010340 


Novasen 
Entrophen 


NOP 
FRS 


0.0170 

0.0304 


216666 
027189 
010332 


Novasen 

Ecotrin 

Entrophen 


NOP 
SKF 
FRS 


0.0105 

0.0116 
0.0170 


315133 


Supasa 


CPN 


0.2288 + 


018171 


Sal-Adult 


MOM 


0.2118 


315117 


Supasa 


CPN 


0.1958 + 


377961 


Supasa 


CPN 


0.1716 + 


018163 


Sal-Infant 


MOM 


0.1476 


010014 


Leritine 


FRS 


0.0457 


009857 


Leritine 


FRS 


0.2528 


108189 


294 


FRS 


0.1276 


095516 
230448 
202169 
219843 


AC&C 
Ancasal 30 
C-4 
292 


DTC 
ANC 
WAM 
FRS 


0.0565 

0.0583 
0.0598 
0.0740 



CONTINUED 



1288 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3425 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 

23:08 Analgesics 

CCNTiNUEO 

ASA Compound with Codeine 1 5mg Tab 

ASA Compound with Oxycodone Tab 
Codeine Phosphate 60mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 30mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 1 5mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 5rrg/ml 0- L 

Codeine Phosphate 30mg 'ml Inj Sol 

Colchicine 1 mg Tab 
Colchicine 0.6mg Tab 

Fenoprofen Calcium SOOrr.g Tab O 
Fenoprofen Calcium 300mg Cap O 
ibuprofen 4C0mg Tab O 
Ibuprofen SCOmg Tab O 
Ibuprofen 200mg Tab O 
Indomethacin 50mg Cap 

Indomethacin 25mg Cap 

Indomethacin 1 0Omg Sup 
Ketoprofen 50mg Cap O 
Levorphanol Tartrate 2mg Tab 
Levorphanol Tartrate 2mg /ml Inj Sol 
Meperidine HCI 50mg Tab 

Meperidine HCI I500mg/30m! inj Sol 
Meperidine HCI lOOmg /2m! !r,j Sol 
Meperidine HCI lOOmg/m! Inj Sol 

CCNTINUEO 



095508 


AC&C 


DTC 


0.0395 


230421 


Ancasal 1 5 


ANC 


0.0407 


108103 


282 


FRS 


0.0504 


091685 


Codophen-R 


DOW 


0.0536 


103535 


Percodan 


END 


0.0737 


093149 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.1149 


003247 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.1273 


093130 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0575 


003239 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.0634 


018694 


Codeine 


NDA 


0.0840 


003220 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.0395 


093122 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0420 


018686 


Codeine 


NDA 


0.0480 


093114 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0160 


018678 


Codeine 


NDA 


0.0209 


029742 


Codeine 


STX 


0.1760 


303879 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.2173 


206032 


Colchicine 


ROG 


0.0405 + 


287873 


Colchicine 


ROG 


0.0420 + 


094382 


Colchicine 


DTC 


0.0515 


000396 


Colchicine 


ABB 


0.0553 


345504 


Nalfon 


LIL 


0.1749 


328642 


Nalfon 


LIL 


0.0897 


364142 


Motrin 


UPJ 


0.1140 + 


327794 


Motrin 


UPJ 


0.0900 


252409 


Motrin 


UPJ 


0.0735 


016047 


Indocid 


MSD 


0.1714 


228575 


Infrocin 


FRS 


0.1732 


016039 


Indocid 


MSD 


0.0966 


228583 


Infrocin 


FRS 


0.0976 


016233 


Indocid 


MSD 


0.4079 


336440 


Orudis 


POU 


0.1009 + 


013366 


Levo-Dromoran 


HLR 


0.0765 


012904 


Levo-Dromoran 


HLR 


0.5016 


003506 


Pethidine 


AHA 


0.0405 


033685 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.0405 


990493 


Demerol 


WIN 


1.5500 


990477 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.1400 


029947 


Pethidine 


STX 


0.1100 


033308 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.1400 



1289 



3426 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 470/78 



28:08 Analgesics 

CONTINUED 

Meperidine HCI 50mg/ml Inj So! 

Morphine Sulfate 1 5mg/ml Inj Sol 

Naproxen 250mg Tab O 
Naproxen 1 25mg Tab O 
Oxymorphone HCI 5mg Sup 
Oxymorphone HC1 1 .5mg/mi inj Sol 
Pentazocine 50mg Tab 
Pentazocine 300mg/ 10ml Inj Sol 
Phenylbutazone 1 0Omg Tab 



Phenylbutazone 1 0Omg Ent Tab 
Propoxyphene 65mg Tab O 
Propoxyphene CapO 



Tolmetin Sodium 200mg Tab 

28:10 Narcotic Antagonists 

Levallorphan Tartrate Img/mi Inj Sol 
Naloxone HCI 0.4mg/ml Inj Sol 

28:12 Anticonvulsants 

Carbamazepine 200mg Tab O 
Clonazepam 2mg Tab 
Clonazepam 0.5mg Tab 
Ethosuximide 250mg Cap O 
Ethosuxlmide 50mg/ml 0/L O 
Ethotoin 500mg Tab 
Ethotoln 250mg Tab O 

CONTINUED 



029920 
036242 


Pethidine 
Demerol 


STX 

WIN 


0.1045 

0.1400 


029971 
335371 


Morphine 
Morphine 


STX 
AHA 


0.1540 

0.1938 


335193 


Naprosyn 


SYN 


0.2099 


299413 


Naprosyn 


SYN 


0.1049 


009245 


Numorphan 


END 


0.5500 


009229 


Numorphan 


END 


0.4125 


033731 


Talwin 


WIN 


0.0880 


036277 


Talwin 


WIN 


1.7500 


093041 
021660 
017116 
018430 
312789 

271497 
010502 


Phenylbutazone 

Novobutazone 

Butagesic 

Malgesic 

Apo- 

Phenylbutazone 

Phenbutazone 

Butazolidin 


DTC 
NOP 
MAN 
MOM 

APX 
ION 
GEI 


0.0104 

0.0105 
0.0110 
0.0242 

0.0264 
0.0264 
0.0818 


258377 


Intrabutazone 


ORG 


0.0710 


010081 


642 


FRS 


0.0455 


151351 
209880 
236780 
261432 


Nov'opropoxyn 
Propoxyphene 
Pro-65 
Darvon-N 


NOP 
SAP 
ION 
LIL 


0.0250 

0.0270 + 

0.0358 

0.0600 


364126 


Tolectin 


MCN 


0.1191 


115584 


Lorfan 


HLR 


0.6336 


268712 


Narcan 


END 


2.2715 



010405 


Tegretol 


GEI 


0.1496 


382841 


Rivotril 


HLR 


0.1034 


382825 


Rivotril 


HLR 


0.0594 


022799 


Zarontin 


PDA 


0.0889 


023485 


Zarontin 


PDA 


0.0205 


000450 


Peganone 


ABB 


0.0894 


000442 


Peganone 


ABB 


0.0510 



1290 



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0. Reg. 470/78 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3427 



I 



28:12 Anticonvulsants 

CONTINUED 

Mephenytoin 1 COrrg Tab O 
Mephobarbital 20Cmg Tab O 
Mephobarbital 1 COmg Tab O 
Methsuxjmide 330mg Cap O 
Paramethadione SOOmg Cap O 
Phenobarbital 1 0Omg Tab O 

Phenobarbital GCn-.g Tab O 

Phenobarbital 33mg Tab 

Phenobarbital 1 5ng Tab O 

Phenobarbital ^n-g/nl 0/L O 

Phenobarbital SCGnng /2ml Inj Sol 
Phenobarbital '2Cmg/ml Inj Sol 
Phensuximide £OCmg Cap O 
Phensuximide tO.Tig m! 0/L O 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 

SCrrc Tao G 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 

lOCrr.gCapO 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 

SCrgCapO 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 

25'-g rr.iC LO 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 

6iT.g m! L G 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 

25Crr.g/5'r'. in'So! 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 

lOOrg '2rr: ip.; Sol 

Primidone 25Cr?.g Tab O 
Primidone ' 25nrg Tab G 
Primidone 5CTig rr.l Q/L G 

CONTINUED 



027421 


Mesantoin 


SAN 


0.0385 


033715 


Mebaral 


WIN 


0.0550 


033707 


Mebaral 


WIN 


0.0350 


022802 


Celontin 


PDA 


0.0928 


000051 


Paradione 


ABB 


0.0818 


093564 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0077 


046868 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0078 


093556 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0054 


023817 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0073 


093521 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0034 


046841 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0036 


023809 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0038 


046833 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0028 


093505 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0028 


023795 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0032 


093483 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0055 


298689 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0059 


033375 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.3400 


033367 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.2900 


022810 


Milontin 


PDA 


0.0875 


023469 


Milontin 


PDA 


0.0201 



023698 Dilantin 



PDA 0.0203 



037435 
022780 


Novophenytoin 
Dilantin 


NOP 
.PDA 


0.0155 

0.0200 


022772 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0185 


023450 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0144 


023442 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0120 



271 705 Dilantin 



PDA 2.7000 



245453 


Dilantin 


PDA 


1.7950 


294985 


Sertan 


ICN 


0.0341 


002631 


Mysoline 


AYE 


0.0415 


295116 


Sertan 


ICN 


0.0237 


002623 


Mysoline 


AYE 


0.0260 


052965 


Mysoline 


AYE 


0.0102 



1291 



3428 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 470/78 



23:12 Anticonvulsants 

CONTINUED 

Trimethadione 300mg Cap O 



000094 Trimedone 



ABB 0.0520 



28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



Amitriptyline 50mg Tab 



Amitriptyiine 25mg Tab 



Amitriptyline lOmg Tab 



Amitriptyline 2mg/ml 0/L 
Clomipramine HCI 25mg Tab 
Clomipramine HC1 1 0mg Tab 
Desipramlne 50mg Tab 
Desipramine 25mg Tab 

Doxepin HCI lOOmg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI 75mg Cap 
Doxepin HCI 50mg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI 25mg Cap 
Doxepin HCI lOmg Cap 
Doxepin HCI lOmg/ml 0/L 



377899 


Amitriptyline 


DTC 


0.0430 


037427 


Novotriptyn 


NOP 


0.0450 


271152 


Levate 


ICN 


0.0528 


335088 


Apo- 








Amitriptyline 


APX 


0.0550 


018341 


Deprex 


MOM 


0.0735 


016349 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.1247 


377880 


Amitriptyline 


DTC 


0.0225 


037419 


Novotriptyn 


NOP 


0.0250 


018333 


Deprex 


MOM 


0.0281 


251275 


Amitriptyline 


SAP 


0.0290 + 


306320 


Levate 


ICN 


0.0292 


335061 


Apo- 








Amitriptyline 


APX 


0.0358 


016330 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.0669 


377872 


Amitriptyline 


DTC 


0.0138 


037400 


Novotriptyn 


NOP 


0.0140 


29391 1 


Levate 


ICN 


0.0165 


018325 


Deprex 


MOM 


0.0180 


251283 


Amitriptyline 


SAP 


0.0190 + 


335053 


Apo- 








Amitriptyline 


APX 


0.0193 


016322 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.0349 


016306 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.0104 


324019 


Anafranil 


GEI 


0.1408 


330566 


Anafranil 


GEI 


0.1126 


353876 


Norpramin 


MER 


0.1766 


353868 


Norpramin 


MER 


0.1018 


010448 


Pertofrane 


GEI 


0.1327 


326925 


Sinequan 


PFI 


0.3126 


400750 


Sinequan 


PFI 


0.2445 


024341 


Sinequan 


PFI 


0.1687 


024333 


Sinequan 


PFI 


0.1003 


024325 


Sinequan 


PFI 


0.0815 


358746 


Sinequan 


PFI 


0.0859 



CONTINUED 



1292 



O. Reg. 470/78 



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3429 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



CONTINUED 



Imipramine SOn-.g Tab O 


377929 
021520 
326852 
236721 
010480 


Imipramine 

Novopramine 

Apo-lmipramine 

Impril 

Tofranil 


DTC 

NOP 

APX 

ICN 

GEI 


0.0345 

0.0350 
0.0484 
0.0484 
0.1692 


Imipramine 25mg Tab O 


377910 
021512 
209864 
312797 
236756 
010472 


Imipramine 

Novopramine 

Imipramine 

Apo-lmipramine 

Impril 

Tofranil 


DTC 

NOP 

SAP 

APX 

ICN 

GEI 


0.0210 

0.0225 

0.0250-1- 

0.0341 

0.0341 

0.0930 


Imipramine 1 0rrg Tab 


377902 
021504 
209856 
360201 
236748 
010464 


Imipramine 

Novopramine 

Imipramine 

Apo-lmipramine 

Impril 

Tofranil 


DTC 

NOP 

SAP 

APX 

ICN 

GEI 


0.0160 

0.0165 

0.0170-h 

0.0281 

0.0281 

0.0583 


*lsocarboxazid lOmg Tab O 


013307 


Marplan 


HLR 


0.0616 


r/aprotiline HCI 75mg Tab G 


36051 1 


Ludiomil 


CIB 


0.2992 -t- 


Maprotiline HCI 50mg Tab G 


360503 


Ludicmil 


CIB 


0.2266 


Maprotiline HCI 25mg Tab G 


360481 


Ludiomil 


CIB 


0.1225 


Nortriptyline 25mg Cap O 


015237 


Aventyl 


LIL 


0.0968 


Nortriptyline lOmg Cap O 


015229 


Aventyl 


LIL 


0.0512 


'Phenelzine Sulfate 1 5mg Tab G 


264148 


Nardil 


WCH 


0.1120 


Protrlptyline lOmg Tab G 


322741 


Triptil 


MSD 


0.1289 


Prolriptyiine 5mg Tab G 


322261 


Triptil 


MSD 


0.0905 


'Tranylcypromine Sulfate lOmg Tab © 


027111 


Parnate 


SKF 


0.1120 


Trimipramine 1 0Omg Tab G 


025852 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.2669 


Trimipramine 50mg Tab G 


025844 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.1559 


Trimipramine 25mg Tab G 


025836 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.0947 


Trimipramine 1 2.5mg Tab G 


025828 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.0622 



1293 



3430 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

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O. Reg. 470/78 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



Chlordiazepoxids 25mg Cap O 



Chlordiazepoxide 1 0mg Cap O 



Chiordiazepoxide 5mg Cap O 



Chlormezanone 200mg Tab © 
Chlormezanone 1 OOmg Tab O 
Chlorpromazine 200mg Tab O 
Chlorpromazine 1 0Omg Tab O 



398438 


Chlordiaze- 








poxide 


DTC 


0.0245 


020931 


Novopoxide 


NOP 


0.0250 


267090 


Corax 


ICN 


0.0550 


018082 


C-Tran 


MOM 


0.0620 


007390 


Protensin 


ELL 


0.0673 


013498 


Solium 


HOR 


0.0750 


314528 


Nack 


CPN 


0.0766 


012645 


Librium 


HLR 


0.0990 


398411 


Chiordiaze- 








poxide 


DTC 


0.0175 


020923 


Novopoxide 


NOP 


0.0185 


251267 


Chlordiaze- 








poxide 


SAP 


0.0210-1- 


018074 


C-Tran 


MOM 


0.0427 


235873 


Corax 


ICN 


0.0440 


007382 


Protensin 


ELL 


0.0443 


013471 


Solium 


HOR 


0.0465 


314471 


Nack 


CPN 


0.0475 


012637 


Librium 


HLR 


0.0642 


398403 


Chlordiaze- 








poxide 


DTC 


0.0128 


020915 


NovoF>oxide 


NOP 


0.0130 


295051 


Corax 


ICN 


0.0330 


007374 


Protensin 


ELL 


0.0337 


018066 


C-Tran 


MOM 


0.0339 


013463 


Solium 


HOR 


0.0365 


314498 


Nack 


CPN 


0.0376 


012629 


Librium 


HLR 


0.0481 


033626 


Trancopal 


WIN 


0.0965 


033618 


Trancopal 


WIN 


0.0825 


025518 


Largactil 


POU 


0.1172 


249041 


Chlorpromazine 


DTC 


0.0238 


232831 


Novochlorpro- 








mazine 


NOP 


0.0240 


017019 


Chlor-Promanyl 


MAW 


0.0250 


271128 


Chlorprom 


ICN 


0.0440 


312681 


Apo- 








Chlorpromazine 


APX 


0.0605 


025496 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0815 



CONTINUED 



1294 



O. Reg. 470/78 



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3431 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



CONTINUEO 



Chlorpromazine 50mg Tab O 



Chiorpromazine 2Smg Tab O 



Chlorpromazine 1 0mg Tab O 

Chlorpromazine 40mg/ ml 0/L O 
Chlorpromazine 20mg/ml O'L O 
Chlorpromazine 5mg/mJ 0/L O 
Chlorpromazine 100mg Sup 
Chlorpromazine 25mg Sup 
Chlorpromazine 50mg/2mi Inj Sol 
Chlorprothixene 1 0Omg Tab O 
Chlorprothixene 50mg Tab O 
Chlorprothixene 1 5mg Tab O 
Clorazepate Oipotassium 15mg Cap 
Ctorazepate Oipotassium 7.5mg Cap O 
Clorazepate Oipotassium 3.75mg Cap O 
Diazepam lOmg Tab O 



249394 


Chlorpromazine 


DTC 


0.0155 


232807 


Novochkxpro- 








mazine 


NOP 


0.0160 


017000 


Chior-Promanyl 


MAN 


0.0178 


271101 


Chiorprom 


ICN 


0.0231 


312673 


Apo- 








Chlorpfomazine 


APX 


0.0330 


025488 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0509 


249033 


Chlorpromazine 


DTC 


0.0128 


232823 


Novochlorpro- 








.mazine 


NOP 


0.0130 


016993 


Chlor-Promanyl 


MAN 


0.0149 


312703 


Apo- 








Chlorpromazine 


APX 


0.0209 


295086 


Chlorprom 


ICN 


0.0209 


025461 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0347 


232157 


Novochlorpro- 








mazine 


NOP 


0.0110 


025453 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0314 


025186 


Largacta 


POU 


0.0815 


025178 


Largacta 


POU 


0.0254 


025151 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0072 


025283 


Largactil 


POU 


0.2189 


025275 


Largactd 


POU 


0.1441 


163953 


Largactil 


POU 


0.4378 


013250 


Tarasan 


HLR 


0.2294 


013242 


Tarasan 


HLR 


0.1309 


013234 


Tarasan 


HLR 


0.0649 


264911 


Tranxene 


ABB 


0.1671 


264946 


Tranxene 


ABB 


0.1027 


264938 


Tranxene 


ABB 


OJOTZr 


315052 


Serenack 


CPN 


0i>300 


311596 


Diazepam 


MPT 


0.0407 


272450 


Novocfipam 


NOP 


0.0425 


288721 


D-Tran 


Wn^^WI 


0.0460 


272639 


E-Pam 


ICN 


0.0560 


013773 


Vivoi 


HOR 


0.0710 


037273 


Paxel 


ELL 


0.0766 


013293 


Valium 


HLR 


0.1151 



CONTmUEO 



1295 



3432 



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28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



CONTINUED 



Diazepam 5mg Tab O 



Diazepam 2mg Tab 



Diazepam Img/ml 0/L O 
Diazepam 10mg/2ml Inj Sol 

Fluphenazine Decanoate 

125mg'5ml Inj Susp 

Fluphenazine Enanthate 

125mg/5mllnjSol 

Fluphenazine HCI 5mg Tab O 
Fluphenazine HCI 2mg Tab O 
Fluphenazine HC1 1 mg Tab O 
Fluphenazine HCI 0.2mg/ml 0/L © 
Haloperidol 5mg Tab O 
Haloperidol 2mg Tab O 
Haloperidol 1 mg Tab O 
Haloperidol 0.5mg Tab O 
Haloperidol 2mg/ml 0/L O 
Haloperidol 5mg/ml Inj Sol 
Hydroxyzine 50mg Cap O 
Hydroxyzine 25mg Cap O 
Hydroxyzine lOmg Cap O 
Hydroxyzine 2mg/ml 0/L G 
Hydroxyzine 500mg/10ml !nj Sol 

CONTrNUEO 



396230 


Diazepam 


DTC 


0.0236 


315079 


Serenack 


CPN 


0.0238 


311588 


Diazepam 


MPT 


0.0252 


272442 


Novodipam 


NOP 


0.0255 


303461 


Diazepam 


SAP 


0.0260 + 


288713 


D-Tran 


MOM 


0.0266 


362158 


Apo-Diazepam 


APX 


0.0330 


280429 


E-Pam 


ICN 


0.0330 


013765 


Vivol 


HOR 


0.0430 


037265 


Paxel 


ELL 


0.0469 


013285 


Valium 


HLR 


0.0708 


315060 


Serenack 


CPN 


0.0189 


272434 


Novodipam 


NOP 


0.0200 


311561 


Diazepam 


MPT 


0.0204 


288705 


D-Tran 


MOM 


0.0217 


272647 


E-Pam 


ICN 


0.0275 


013757 


Vivol 


HOR 


0.0310 


037257 


Paxel 


ELL 


0.0337 


013277 


Valium 


HLR 


0.0509 


013110 


Valium 


HLR 


0.0171 


012874 


Valium 


HLR 


0.7040 


349917 


Modecate 


SOU 


13.5000 


029173 


Moditen 








Enanthate 


SOU 


10.9000 


029408 


Moditen HCI 


SOU 


0.2450 


029386 


Moditen HCI 


SOU 


0.1425 


029378 


Moditen HCI 


SOU 


0.1070 


029122 


Moditen HCI 


SOU 


0.0190 


017698 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.2164 


017671 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.1238 


017663 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.0825 


017655 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.0550 


017582 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.2383 


017574 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.9900 


024392 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.1027 


024384 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.0832 


024376 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.0597 


024694 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.0139 


024589 


Atarax 


PFI 


4.7960 



1296 



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3433 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 

COMTINUEO 



Lorazepam 2mg Tab O 


348333 


Ativan 


WYE 


0.1095 


^ Lorazepam 1 mg Tab O 


348325 


Ativan 


WYE 


0.069S 


I Meprobamate 400mg Tab O 


092738 
021547 
337943 

007595 
013846 
034142 


Meprobamate 

Novomepro 

Apo- 

Meprobamate 

Trelmar 

Miltown 

Equanil 


DTC 
NOP 

APX 
ELL 
HOR 
WYE 


0.0119 

0.0120 

0.0204 
0.0427 
0-0510 
0.0550 


^ Mesoridazine 50mg Tab O 


027464 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.1271 


1. Mesoridazine 25rnQ Tab O 


027456 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.0924 


H Mesoridazine 1 0mg Tab O 


027448 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.0743 


V Mesoridazine 25mg .' ml 0/LO 


259489 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.0861 


■ Oxazepam 30mg Tab 


231363 


Serax 


WYE 


0.0879 


B Oxazepam 1 5mg Tab O 


295698 


Serax 


WYE 


0.0606 


B Oxazepam 1 0mg Tab O 


295701 


Serax 


WYE 


0.0484 


^ Pericyazine 1 0mg Cap O 


024899 


Neuleptil 


POU 


0.0790 


Pericyazine 5mg Cap O 


024880 


Neuleptil 


POU 


0.0528 


Pericyazine lOmg/ml 0/LO 


379301 


Neuleptil 


POU 


0.0797 


Perphenazine 1 6mg Tab O 


294802 
335096 

028320 


Phenazine 
Apo- 

Perphenazine 
Trilafon 


ICN 

APX 
SCH 


0.0853 

0.0974 
0.1384 


Perphenazine Smg Tab O 


294799 
335118 

028312 


Phenazine 
Apo- 

Perphenazine 
Trilafon 


ICN 

APX 
SCH 


0.0633 

0.0710 

0.0999 


Perphenazine 4mg Tab O 


296317 
335126 

028304 


Phenazine 
Apo- 

Perphenazine 
Trilafon 


ICN 

APX 

SCH 


0.0484 

0.0600 
0.0706 


Perphenazine 2mg Tab O 


296309 
335134 

028290 


Phenazine 
Apo- 

Perphenazine 
Trilafon 


ICN 

APX 
SCH 


0.0363 

0.0462 
0.0521 


Perphenazine 3.2mg/ml C L O 


028169 


Trilafon Cotk:. 


SCH 


0.0410 


Perphenazine 0.4mg.'ml 0/LO 


028150 


Trilafon 


SCH 


0.0148 


Perphenazine 5mg/ml Inj Sol 


028002 


Trilafon 


SCH 


0.7876 


1 Pimozide 4mg Tab O 


313823 


Orap 


MCN 


0.2189 


i Pimozide 2mg Tab O 


313815 


Orap 


MCN 


0.1459 


Piperacetazine SOmg Tab O 


279447 


Ouide 


DOW 


0.1326 



CONTINUED 



1297 



3434 



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O. Reg. 470/78 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 

CONTINUED 

Piperacetazine 25mg Tab O 
Piperacetazine lOmg Tab O 
Prochlorperazine 25mg Tab O 
Prochlorperazine 1 0mg Tab O 
Prochlorperazine 5mg Tab O 
Prochlorperazine 3mg/ml 0/L O 
Prochlorperazine 1 mg/ml 0/L O 
Prochlorperazine 25mg Sup 
Prochlorperazine 1 0mg Sup 
Prochlorperazine 5mg Sup 
Prochlorperazine lOmg/ 2ml Inj Sol 
Promazine 50mg Tab O 



Promazine 25mg Tab O 

Promazine Bmg.'rr.l 0/L O 
Thioridazine 1 0Omg Tab O 



Thioridazine 50mg Tab O 



Thioridazine 25mg Tab O 



Thioridazine 1 0mg Tab O 



Thioridazine 30mg/ml 0/L O 

CONTINUED 



037362 


Guide 


DOW 


0.0941 


037370 


Guide 


DOW 


0.0550 


025704 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.1090 


025690 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0815 


025682 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0672 


025224 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0195 


025216 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0150 


025372 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.2442 


025364 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.1991 


025356 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.1375 


025100 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.6116 


093599 


Promazine 


DTC 


0.0158 


017132 


Promanyl 


MAN 


0.0160 


034185 


Sparine 


WYE 


0.0880 


093580 


Promazine 


DTC 


0.0130 


017124 


Promanyl 


MAN 


0.0132 


034177 


Sparine 


WYE 


0.0578 


034088 


Sparine 


WYE 


0.0116 


037478 


Novoridazine 


NOP 


0.0880 


271225 


Thioril 


ION 


0.0963 


360244 


Apo- 








Thioridazine 


APX 


0.1095 


027553 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.1436 


037486 


Novoridazine 


NOP 


0.0530 


360236 


Apo- 








Thioridazine 


APX 


0.0545 


271217 


Thioril 


ION 


0.0550 


238805 


Thioridazine 


SAP 


0.0550 + 


027545 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.0814 


037494 


Novoridazine 


NOP 


0.0330 


272728 


Thioril 


ION 


0.0385 


238791 


Thioridazine 


SAP 


0.0390 + 


360198 


Apo- 








Thioridazine 


APX 


0.0418 


027537 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.0583 


037508 


Novoridazine 


NOP 


0.0210 


360228 


Apo- 








Thioridazine 


APX 


0.0275 


271209 


Thioril 


ION 


0.0275 


238783 


Thioridazine 


SAP 


0.0280 + 


027529 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.0468 


027359 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.0459 



1298 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3435 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 

CONTINUED 

Thioridazine 2mg/ml 0/L © 
Thiothixene 1 0mg Cap O 
Thiothixene 5mg Cap 
Thiothixene 2mg Cap O 
Thiothixene 5mg/ml 0/L O 
Trifluoperazine 1 0mg Tab O 



Trifluoperazine 5mg Tab O 



Trifluoperazine 2mg Tab 



Trifluoperazine 1 mg Tab O 



Trifluoperazine 10mg/ml O/L O 

Trifluoperazine 4mg Sup 
Trifluoperazine 20mg/10ml !nj Sol 

CONTINUED 



027375 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.0100 


024457 


Navane 


PFI 


0.1768 


024449 


Navane 


PFI 


0.1373 


024430 


Navane 


PFI 


0.0800 


157937 


Navane 


PFI 


0.1360 


249092 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0250 


017205 


Triflurin 


MAN 


0.0297 


021881 


Novolfiurazine 


NOP 


0.0335 


280399 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.0385 


326836 


Apo- 








Trifluoperazine 


APX 


0.0402 


018511 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0480 


013927 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0798 


027170 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.1109 


249084 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0170 


021873 


Novoflurazine 


NOP 


0.0180 


017191 


Triflurin 


MAN 


0.0209 


271527 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.0275 


312746 


Apo- 








Trifluoperazine 


APX 


0.0314 


018503 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0317 


013919 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0672 


027162 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.0924 


249076 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0118 


021865 


Novoflurazine 


NOP 


0.0120 


017183 


Triflurin 


MAN 


0.0176 


303453 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.0220 


018481 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0220 


312754 


Apo- 








Tnfluoperazine 


APX 


0.0226 


013900 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0504 


027154 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.0697 


249068 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0116 


017175 


Triflurin 


MAN 


0.0154 


294861 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.0176 


345539 


Apo- 








Trifluoperazine 


APX 


0.0215 


018473 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0220 


013897 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0384 


027146 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.0532 


298212 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.1397 


027022 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.1476 


027030 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.2457 


027006 


Stelazine 


SKF 


4.9390 



1299 



3436 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 

CONTINUEO 

Trifluoperazine Img/mt Inj So! 



Lithium Carbonate 300mg Tab O 
Lithium Carbonate 300mg Cap O 

28:20 C.N.S. Stimulants 

Amphetamine Sulfate 10mg Tab O 
Amphetamine Sulfate 5mg Tab O 
Dexamphetamine Sulfate 5rrig Tab O 
Methylphenidate HCI lOmg Tab O 

28:24 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

Amobarbital 100mg Tab O 
Amobarbital 30mg Tab O 
Amobarbital 1 5mg Tab O 
Amobarbital Sodium 2C0mg Cap 
Amobarbital Sodium 60mg Cap O 
Butabarbital lOOmgTab 
Butabarbital 30mg Tab O 
Butabarbital 1 5mg Tab O 
Butabarbital Sodium 100mg Tab 
Butabarbital Sodium 30mg Tab O 
Butabarbital Sodium 15mg Tab O 
Butabarbital Sodium 6mg. ml 0/L O 
Chloral Hydrate 500mg Cap O 



Chloral Hydrate lOOmg/m! 0/L O 
Flurazepam 30mg Cap O 
Flurazepam 1 5mg Cap O 
Methotrimeprazine 50nng Tab O 
Methotrimeprazine 25mg Tab O 

cosriNueo 



026999 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.6857 


Agents 


i Other Psychotropics 


024406 


Lithane 


PFI 


0.0180 


236683 


Carbolith 


ICN 


0.0440 


027057 


Benzedrine 


SKF 


0.0285 


027049 


Benzedrine 


SKF 


0.0239 


027065 


Dexedrine 


SKF 


0.0679 


005606 


Ritalin 


CIB 


0.0735 


:s 

015635 


Amytal 


LIL 


0.0297 


015628 


Amytal 


LIL 


0.0173 


015601 


Amytal 


LiL 


0.0143 


015156 


Amytal Sodium 


LIL 


0.0495 


015148 


Amytal Sodium 


LIL 


0.0224 


001481 


Day-Barb 


ANC 


0.0385 


001473 


Day-Barb 


ANC 


0.0149 


001465 


Day-Barb 


ANC 


0.0121 


017639 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0493 


017612 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0276 


017604 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0202 


017566 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0081 


092886 
020893 

295035 
029041 


Chloral Hydrate 

Novochlor- 

hydrate 

Chloralvan 

Noctec 


DTC 

NOP 
ICN 

SOU 


0.0250 

0.0255 
0.0303 
0.0552 


029327 


Noctec 


SOU 


0.0085 


012718 


Dalmane 


MLR 


0.0838 


012696 


Dalmane 


HLR 


0.0715 


025607 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.1319 


025593 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.0953 



1300 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3437 



28:24 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

CONTINUED 

Methotrimeprazine 5mg Tab O 
Methotrimeprazine 2mg Tab 
Methotrimeprazine 40mg/ml 0/L 
Methotrimeprazine 5mg/ml 0/L 
Methotrimeprazine 25mg/ml In] Sol 
Methotrimeprazine 10mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Paraldehyde O/L0 
Paraldehyde 5ml Inj Sol 
Pentobarbital Sodium I OOmg Cap 



Pentobarbital Sodium 50mg Cap O 
Pentobarbital Sodium 120mg Sup 
Pentobarbital Sodium 60mg Sup 
Pentobarbital Sodium 30mg Sup 
Phenobarbital 1 0Omg Tab O 

Phenobarbital 60mg Tab 

Phenobarbital 30mg Tab 

Phenobarbital 1 5mg Tab 

Phenobarbital 4mg/ml 0/L O 

Phenobarbital 300mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Phenobarbital 120mg/ml Inj Sol 
Promethazine HCI 25mg Tab O 

Promethazine HCI lOmg Tab O 
Promethazine HCI 2mg/ml 0/L 
Promethazine HCI 50mg Sup 
Promethazine HCI 25mg Sup 
Promethazine HCI 1 2.5mg Sup 
Promethazine HCI 50mg/2rr.l Inj Sol 



025585 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.0428 


025577 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.0316 


025208 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.1288 


025194 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.0166 


025003 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.6798 


024996 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.5445 


002755 


Paraldehyde 


AHA 


0.0128 


012149 


Paraldehyde 


GLA 


0.3888 


020990 
093572 
016780 
000086 


Novopentobarb 
Pentobarbital 
Pentogen 
Nembutal 


NOP 
DTC 
MAN 
ABB 


0.0165 

0.0190 
0.0215 
0.0439 


000078 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.0277 


000272 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.3150 


000264 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.2592 


000256 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.2475 


093564 
046868 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 


DTC 
ANC 


0.0077 

0.0078 


093556 
023817 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 


DTC 
PDA 


0.0054 

0.0073 


093521 
046841 
023809 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 


DTC 

ANC 
PDA 


0.0034 

0.0036 
0.0038 


046833 
093505 
023795 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 


ANC 
DTC 
PDA 


0.0028 
0.0028 

0.0032 


093483 
298689 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 


DTC 
ANC 


0.0055 

0.0059 


033375 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.3400 


033367 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.2900 


248754 
213896 


Histantil 
Phenergan 


ICN 
POU 


0.0330 

0.0385 


025712 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0326 


025429 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0094 


025402 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.2244 


025720 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1837 


025380 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1782 


025046 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.3927 



CONTINUED 



1301 



3438 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:24 Sedatives and Hypnotics 



CONTINUED 



Secobarbital Sodium lOOmg Cap 



Secobarbital Sodium 50mg Cap O 



016802 Secogen 

021032 Novosecobarb 

015288 Seconal 

016799 Secogen 

015261 Seconal 



MAN 0.0198 

NOP 0.0205 

LIL 0.0274 

MAN 0.0143 

LIL 0.0219 



1302 



O. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3439 



36:00 Diagnostic Agents 



\ 



36:04 Adrenal Insufficiency 

Corticotropin 40IU Inj Pd 
Corticotropin 25IU Inj Pd 
Cosyntropin 0.25mg Inj Pd 

Cosyntropin Zinc Hydroxide 

Img/ml InjSusp 



36:36 Gastric Function 

Betazole HCI 50mg/ml Inj Sol 

36:56 Myasthenia Gravis 

Edrophonium Chloride 100mg/lOml Inj Sol 

Neostigmine Methylsulfate 

0.5mg/ml Inj Sol 

36:88 Urine Contents 

*Cupric Sulfate Reagent Tab O 

'Glucose Oxidase Reagent (Qualitative) 

Stick © 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent (Semi> 
Quantitative) Stick O 

Sodium Nitroprusside Reagent Tab O 

Sodium Nitroprusside Reagent Stick 

*Urine-Sugar Analysis Paper Strip Pkg 



023000 ACTH 
022993 ACTH 
022381 Cortrosyn 

253952 Synacthen 
Depot 



212873 Histalog 

013064 Tensilon 

01 2955 Prostigmin 

035122 Clinitest 

035114 Clinistix 

035130 Diastix 

035106 Acetest 

035092 Ketostix 

035653 Tes-Tape 



PDA 3.1000 

PDA 2.7000 

ORG 2.6235 

CIB 5.3460 



LIL 1.1917 

HLR 3.7950 

HLR 0.2860 

AME 0.0220 

AME 0.0306 

AME 0.0317 

AME 0.0409 

AME 0.0548 

LIL 2.3100 



1303 



221619 Sodium 

Bicarbonate 

093068 Sodium 

Bicarbonate 



DTC 2.5000 
DTC 2.4000 



3440 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 470/78 

40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 

40:08 Alkalinizing Agents 

Sodium Bicarbonate 600mg olc ' GO Tab 
Sodium Bicarbonate 300mg etc 1 GO Tab 

40:12 Replacement Agents 

"Potassium Chloride 8rr,Eq LA T=t o 
Potassium Chloride 12mEq E': Tas O 

Potassium Chloride 

25rr.Eq =cjch Oral Pd O 

"Potassium Chloride 2.65r.Eq -ri L O 
-Potassium Chloride I.SSrr.Eq rr' L O 



Potassium Chloride 20mEq '0ml Inj Sol O 

Potassium Gluconate 5mEq Tab O 
'Potassium Gluconate I.SS.xEq. ml O'L O 
Sodium Chloride 0.9% (1 0ml) Inj Sol 



40:18 Potassium-Removing Resins 



074225 


Sl0v;-K 


CIB 


0.0542 


027596 


Potassium- 
Sandoz 


SAN 


0.0726 


017760 


K-Lyte/CI 


MJO 


0.1698 


208604 


Kaochlor-20 
Concentrate 


WTE 


0.0135 


018155 
028762 
208590 


K-IO 
Kay Ciel 
Kaochlor 


MOM 
COO 
WTE 


0.0086 

0.0090 
0.0100 


036064 


Potassium 
Chloride 


STX 


0.2860 


215503 


Kaon 


WTE 


0.0407 


208701 


Kaon 


WTE 


0.0120 


210293 


Sodium Chloride 


STX 


0.2750 



Polystyrene Sodium Sulfonate 

ImEq/gO'-alPd© 

40:28 Diuretics 

Acetazolamide 250mg Tab G 

Acetazolamide SOOmg LA Cap O 
Aminophylline 200mg Tab O 
Aminophylline lOOmg Tab O 

Aminophylline 105mg/5mi C L O 
Aminophylline 500mg Sup 

Aminophylline 250mg Sup 

Aminophylline SOOmg- 1 Cm: :--.i Sol 

CONTINUED 



033197 Kayexalate 



WIN 0.0344 



295019 


Acetazolam 


ICN 


0.0847 


014907 


Diamox 


LED 


0.0900 


127930 


Diamox 


LED 


0.1960 


014931 


Aminophylline 


LED 


0.0310 


092940 


Aminophylline 


DTC 


0.0179 


014923 


Aminophylline 


LED 


0.0200 


379603 


Somophyllin 


FIS 


0.0176 + 


001414 


Aminophylline 


ANC 


0.1558 


018228 


Corophyllin 


MOM 


0.1797 


018201 


Corophyllin 


MOM 


0.1439 


001406 


Aminophylline 


ANC 


0.1513 


029610 


Aminophylline 


STX 


0.3080 



1304 



0. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3441 



40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 
40:28 Diuretics 



CONTINUED 



Aminophylline 250mg/10ml Inj Sol 
Chlorthalidone 1 0Omg Tab O 



Chlorthalidone 50mg Tab O 



Ethacrynic Acid 50mg Tab O 
Furosemide 40.Tig Tab O 



Furosemide 20mg Tab © 



Furosemide 20mg/2ml inj Sol 
Hydrochlorothiazide 50mg Tab O 



012033 


Aminophylline 


GLA 


0.3643 


293881 


Uridon 


ICN 


0.0517 


398373 


Chlorthalidone 


DTC 


0.0520 


337455 


Novothalidone 


NOP 


0.0545 


360287 


Apo- 








Chlorthalidone 


APX 


0.0627 


010421 


Hygroton 


GEI 


0.0752 


298964 


Uridon 


ICN 


0.0347 


337447 


Novothalidone 


NOP 


0.0375 


398365 


Chlorthalidone 


DTC 


0.0385 


360279 


Apo- 








Chlorlhalidone 


APX 


0.0473 


010413 


Hygroton 


GEI 


0.0563 


016497 


Edecrin 


MSD 


0.1074 


332275 


Furoside 


ICN 


0.0594 


396249 


Furosemide 


DTC 


0.0650 


337749 


Novosemide 


NOP 


0.0700 


362166 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 


0.0715 


012580 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0834 


344079 


Uritol 


HOR 


0.0860 


396788 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 


0.0473 + 


353612 


Furoside 


ICN 


0.0477 


337730 


Novosemide 


NOP 


0.0525 


289590 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0576 


217743 


Lasix 


HOE 


1.2848 


092703 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


DTC 


0.0125 


021482 


Novohydrazide 


NOP 


0.0135 


314609 


Hydrid-50 


CPN 


0.0153 


209821 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


SAP 


0.01 90-1- 


280305 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


MPT 


0.0222 


018406 


Hydro-Aquil 


MOM 


0.0232 


312800 


Apo-Hydro- 








chlorothiazide 


APX 


0.0248 


263907 


Urozide 


ICN 


0.0248 


007579 


Hydrozide 


ELL 


0.0288 


016519 


HydroDIURIL 


MSD 


0.0417 


005576 


Esidrix 


CIB 


0.0421 



CONTINUED 



1305 



3442 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 470/78 

40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 

40:28 Diuretics 

CONTINUED 

Hydrochlorothiazide 25mg Tab O 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

25mg & 25mg Tab O 

Hydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 

25rri3 & 5Cmg Tab O 

Mercaptomerin 1250mg/10rril Inj Sol O 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250r',g & 25mg Tab O 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

25Crrg & 1 5mg Tab O 

Spironolactone lOOmg Tab O 
Spironolactone 25mg Tab O 
Triamterene lOCmg Tab O 
Triamterene 50mg Tab O 

Hypertension: Fixed Combination Oruss 

A '.xM cor-otr^*cn Cfug :s oot itvica^eC tcr iCitial ttierapy o' ryoerensicn. Hypertension requires therapy titrated to the individual patient. 
^izty^-.z "i t^■s. ■■' •^e t.»9d comotr^ation Cr,g meets tnat :.;'a'.=<3 ocse cf its i.idtviduai components, its use may be more convenient in the 
n-.ana;«r.ert c' re ;ndivitiuai paoeni The re^ir^ent of hyp9ne^.son is net static, it must be re-evaluated as conditions in each patient war- 
ra.r. Adapted trcr. F-O-C Peports. Sept. it.'. 372 p 8 (FDA Ca-dio-.ascuar Ad-zisory Committee). 



092681 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


DTC 


0.0110 


021474 


Novohydrazide 


NOP 


0.0115 


280291 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


MPT 


0.0185 


018392 


Hydro-Aquil 


MOM 


0.0194 


007560 


Hydrozide 


ELL 


0.0200 


326844 


Apo-Hydro- 








chlorothiazide 


APX 


0.0209 


263893 


Urozide 


ION 


0.0209 


016500 


HydroDIURIL 


MSD 


0.0297 


005568 


Esidrix 


CIB 


0.0299 


180408 


Aldactazide 


SEA 


0.0979 


181528 


Dyazide 


SKF 


0.0862 


209058 


Thiomerin 


WYE 


3.0500 


140597 


AIdoril-25 


MSD 


0.1060 


140589 


Aldoril-15 


MSD 


0.0964 


285455 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.3190 


028606 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.0880 


027138 


Dyrenium 


SKF 


0.0814 


299715 


Dyrenium 


SKF 


0.0601 



40:40 Uricosuric Drugs 

Probenecid 500mg Tab O 
Sulfinpyrazone 200mg Tab O 
Sulfinpyrazone 1 0Omg Tab O 



016616 Benemid 
010529 Anturan 
010510 Anturan 



MSD 0.0861 
GEI 0.1401 
GEI 0.0982 



1306 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3443 

48:00 Cough Preparations 

48:04 Antitussives 

Codeine Phosphate 60mg Tab 
Codeine Phosphate 30nng Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 1 5mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 5mg/mi 0/L 

Codeine Phosphate 30mg/mi In] Sol 

Dextromethorphan HBr 3mg/ml 0/L 
Dextromethorphan HBr 2mg/ml 0/L 

Hydrocodone Bitartrate 5mg Tab 
Hydrocodone Bitartrate 1 mg/ml 0/L 



093149 
003247 


Codeine 
Codeine 


DTC 
AHA 


0.1149 

0.1273 


093130 
003239 
018694 


Codeine 
Codeine 
Codeine 


DTC 
AHA 
NDA 


0.0575 

0.0634 
0.0840 


003220 
093122 
018686 


Codeine 
Codeine 
Codeine 


AHA 
DTC 
NDA 


0.0395 

0.0420 
0.0480 


093114 
018678 


Codeine 
Codeine 


DTC 
NDA 


0.0160 

0.0209 


029742 
303879 


Codeine 
Codeine 


STX 
AHA 


0.1760 

0.2173 


391069 


DM-Syrup 


PDA 


0.0120 + 


230596 
274283 


Dextro- 
methorphan 
Tussorphan 


ROG 
ICN 


0.0117 

0.0143 


009288 


Hycodan 


END 


0.0396 


009253 
316970 
307858 


Hycodan 
Robidone 
Corutol DH 


END 
ROB 
DOW 


0.0131 

0.0151 
0.0153 



48:08 Expectorants 

Acetylcysteine 20% Aero Soi 

^Guaifenesin (Glyceryl Guaiacolate) 

40mg/ml 0/L 

'Guaifenesin (Glyceryl Guaiacolate) 

20mg/ml 0/L 



Organically Ixsund Iodine (as lodinated 
Glycerol) 15mg Tab 

Organically bound Iodine (as lodinated 
Glycerol) 6mg/mi 0/L 



017787 


Mucomyst 


MJO 


0.1826 


296228 


Corutol 
Expectorant 


DOW 


0.0176 


137936 
026468 
046809 
026794 


Motussin 
Robitussin 
Tussanca 
Guaifenesin 


MOM 
ROB 
ANC 
ROG 


0.0069 
0.0069 

0.0077 
0.0135 


354902 


Organidin 


HOR 


0.0318 


354910 


Organidin 


HOR 


0.0142 



1307 



3444 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 

52:04:04 Anti-lnfeclives (E.E.N.T.) Antibiotics (E.E.N.T.) 

Bacitracin 5C0U g Oph Dint 
Chloramphenicol 1 To Oph Oint 
Chloramphenicol 0.5% Oph Sol 

Chloramphenicol 0.25% Oph Sol 

Chloramphenicol 0.5% Ot Sol 

Framycetin Sulfate 0.5-o Oph O.nt 

Framycetin Sulfate 0.5% Oph So! 

Framycetin Sulfate & Gramicidin & 
Dexamethasone 

irr^ & 5CT.cg & 0.5mg/ml Ot So! 

Gentamicln Sulfate 0.3% Oph Oint 
Gentamicin Sulfate 0.3% Oph/Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Bacitracin (Zinc) 

IO.CCjU & 500U '9 Oph Oint 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Gramicidin 

: GCOU & 0.025mg/ml Oph/Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate & 
Bacitracin (Zinc) 

5.C3GJ & Snng & 400U/g Oph Oint 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate & 
Gramicidin 

5,GC:'J & 2.5mg & 0.025mg/ml Oph/Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate & 
Hydrocortisone 

1 0.CCOU & 5mg & 1 0mg/m! Ot Sol 



036102 


Baciguent 


UPJ 


0.3667 


024066 


Chloromycetin 


PDA 


0.4286 


403474 
221678 


Isopto Fenicol 
Chloromycetin 


ALC 
PDA 


0.2365 

0.3253 


239879 


Isopto Fenicol 


ALC 


0.3300 


349615 


Chloromycetin 


PDA 


0.2260 


026964 


Soframycin 


ROU 


0.2552 


026921 


Soframycin 


ROU 


0.3025 


228052 


Sofracort 


ROU 


0.5431 


028339 


Garamycin 


SCH 


0.5500 


333387 


Garamycin 


SCH 


0.5082 


299219 


Polysporin 


BWE 


0.3269 


035343 


Polysporin 


BWE 


0.1463 


243191 


Neosporin 


CAL 


0.3646 


243183 


Neosporin 


CAL 


0.1826 


281816 
243159 


Pyocidin-HC 
Cortisporin 


COO 
CAL 


0.3883 

0.4306 



52:04:08 Anti-lnfectlves (E.E.N.T.) Sulfonamides 
(E.E.N.T.) 

Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 1 0% Oph Oint 
Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 30% Oph Sol 
Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 1 0% Oph Sol 

Sulfisoxazote Diethanolamine 4% Oph Sol 



028347 
252522 


Sulamyd 
Cetamide 


SCH 
ALC 


0.5343 

0.5500 


385697 
028061 


Sulf-30 
Sulamyd 


COO 
SCH 


0.1056 + 

0.1423 


281867 
000965 
028053 


Sulf-10 

Isopto Cetamide 

Sulamyd 


COO 
ALC 
SCH 


0.0902 + 

0.1100 
0.1203 


115460 


Gantrisin 


HLR 


0.1283 



1308 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3445 

52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 

52:04:12 Anti-lnfectives (E.E.N.T.) Other Anti-lnfectives 
(E.E.N.T.) 



Acetic Acid 2% in Aluminum Acetate 

OtSol 
Idoxuridine 0.5% Oph Oint 
Idoxuridine 0.1 % Oph Sol 



216771 DometxxoOtic 
027200 Stoxil 
027014 Stoxil 



CX)M 0.0464 
SKF 1.4025 
SKF 0.2684 



52:08 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (E.E.N.T.) 



Beclomethasone Dipropionate 

Nasal Spray O 

Colistin Base & Neomycin Base & 
Hydrocortisone Acetate 

3mg & 3.3mg & 1 Omg/ml Ot Susp 

Dexamethasone 0.1 % Oph Oint 

Dexamethasone 0.1 % Oph Sol 

Dexamethasone 0.1 % Oph/Ot Soi 

Flumethasone Pivalate & 
lodochlorhydroxyquin 

0.02% &1%0t Sol 

Hydrocortisone & Atropine Suifate 

2.5% &1% Oph Oint 

Methylprednisolone 0.1% Oph Oint 
Methylprednisolone 0.1 % Oph/Ot Sol 

52:16 Local Anesthetics 

Udocaine HCI 2% 0/L 



52:20 Miotics 

Carbachol 3% Oph Soi 
Carbachol 1 .5% Oph Sol O 
Carbachol 0.75% Oph Sol O 
Echothiophate Iodide 0.25^ Oph Sol O 



359688 Beconase 



AHA 1.4903 + 



203378 Coly-Mycin Otic WCH 0.5900 

042579 Maxidex ALC 0.7386 + 

042560 Maxidex ALC 0.6710 

016217 Decadron MSO 0.5698 



074454 Locacorlen- 
Vioform 



CtB 0.4268 



062251 HC-Atropine1% AHA 1.6427 
358711 Medrol UPJ 0.4500 

030791 Medrol UPJ 0.5000 



001686 Xylocaine 
Viscous 



000663 isopto 

Cart)achoi 

000655 Isopto 

Carbachol 

000647 Isopto 

Carbachol 

002348 Phospholine 
Iodide 



AST 0.0510 



ALC 0.2090 

ALC 0.1833 

ALC 0.1613 

AYE 0.7500 



CONTtNUEO 



1309 



3446 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 
52:20 Miotics 

CONTINUED 

Echothiophate Iodide 0.1 2590 Cph Sol O 
Echothiophate Iodide 0.06=c Oph Sol O 
Echothiophate Iodide 0.03^b Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 6% Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 4-3 Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 3-o Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 25b Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 1 :b Oph So! O 
Pilocarpine HCI 5% Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine Bitartrate 

6=b&1~OphSolO 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine Bitartrate 

4Si & 1 <53 Cph Sol © 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine Bitartrate 

3=:&1C:0phSolO 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine Bitartrate 

2% & 1 93 Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine Bitartrate 

1^3&1%OphSolO 



002313 


Phospholine 
Iodide 


AYE 


0.6600 


052817 


Phospholine 
Iodide 


AYE 


0.5700 


283304 


Phospholine 
Iodide 


AYE 


0.5700 


281786 
000892 


Miocarpine 
Isopto Carpi ne 


COO 
ALC 


0.1386 

0.1650 


281778 
000884 


Miocarpine 
Isopto Carpine 


COO 
ALC 


0.1093 

0.1283 


265128 
000876 


Miocarpine 
Isopto Carpine 


COO 
ALC 


0.1093 

0.1247 


265101 
000868 


Miocarpine 
Isopto Carpine 


COO 
ALC 


0.0917 

0.1063 


265098 
000841 


Miocarpine 
Isopto Carpine 


COO 
ALC 


0.0881 

0.1027 


281751 
000833 


Miocarpine 
Isopto Carpine 


COO 
ALC 


0.0799 

0.0953 


247324 
281859 


E-Carpine 6 
E-Pilo 6 


ALC 
COO 


0.3923 

0.441 1 


247316 
281700 


E-Carpine 4 
E-Pilo 4 


ALC 
COO 


0.3630 

0.4081 


247308 
281697 


E-Carpine 3 
E-Pilo 3 


ALC 
COO 


0.3410 

0.4004 


247294 
281689 


E-Carpine 2 
E-Pilo 2 


ALC 
COO 


0.3117 

0.3696 


247286 
281670 


E-Carpine 1 
E-Pilo 1 


ALC 
COO 


0.2897 

0.3685 



52:24 Mydriatics 

Atropine Sulfate 2% Oph So! O 
Atropine Sulfate 1 To Oph So! O 

Epinephrine Bitartrate 2*^0 Oph Sol G 
Epinephrine HCI 2=;b Oph Sc! C 
Epinephrine HC1 1 % Oph Scl O 

CONTINUED 



281638 


SMP Atropine 


COO 


0.3542 


035017 
281603 


Isopto Atropine 
SMP Atropine 


ALC 
COO 


0.3300 
0.3300 


002356 


Epitrate 


AYE 


0.3147 


358223 


Glaucon 


ALC 


0.3520 


358231 


Glaucon 


ALC 


0.3080 



1310 



O. Reg. 470 78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3447 

52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 

52:24 Mydriatics 



CONTINUEO 



Phenylephrine HCI 0.12% Oph Sol O 



033502 Neo-Synephrine WIN 0.0927 



52:32 Vasoconstrictors (E.E.N.T.) 



Naphazoline HCI 0.1 % otc 1 5ml Oph Sol 



Phenylephrine HC1 1 =3 otc 30rr.! Nas Sol 

'Phenylephrine HCI 5% otc SOrr.l Nas Sol 

Xylometazollne HCI 0.1 % otc 25ml Nas Sol 

Xylometazoline HCI 
0.05% otc 25ml Nas Sol 



001147 Albalon ALL 3.1000 + 

390283 Naphcon Forte ALC 3.3000 

267333 Vasocon COO 3.5000 

033480 Neo-Synephrine WIN 2.4000 

033472 Neo-Synephrine WIN 



005363 OtrivIn 



005355 Otrivin 



CIB 



52:36 Other Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 

Acelazolamide 250mg Tab O 



Acetazolamlde 500mg LA Cap O 

Dextran 70 /Hydroxy propyl Methylcellulose 

Oph Sol O 

Dichiorphenamide 50mg Tab © 
'Methylcellulose 1 % Oph Sol O 
'Methylcellulose 0.5% Oph Sci O 

Polyvinyl Alcohol Oph Sol O 

Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose & Gelatin 
& Pectin Oral Top Oint © 



295019 
014907 

127930 

390291 
016489 
000817 
000809 
045616 



Acetazolam 
Diamox 

Diamox 

Tears Naturaie 
Daranide 
Isopto Tears 
Isopto Tears 
Liquifilm Tears 



ICN 
LED 

LED 

ALC 
MSO 
ALC 
ALC 
ALL 



2.3000 
2.7000 



CIB 2.3000 



0.0847 

0.0900 

0.1960 

0.1 393 -t- 

0.0985 

0.1393 

0.1210 

0.1100+ 



990272 Orabase 



SOU 0.1333 



1311 



3448 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 

56:04 Antacids and Adsorbents 



O. Reg. 470/78 



420646 Mylanta-2 Plain PDA 0.0078 + 



Aluminium Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 80mg & 80mg/ml O'L O 

Aluminum Hydroxide 600mg Tab O 

'Aluminum Hydroxide 60mg/mi 0/L O 

Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 400mg & 400mg Tab O 

Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 320mg & 75mg Tab O 

Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 64mg & 15mg/mi Q/L O 

'Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 40mg & 40mg/ml 0/L © 



Magaldrate 400mg Che.v Tab O 

Magaldrate 80mg/ml 0/L O 

Magnesium Hydroxide 300mg otc 100 Tab 

'Magnesium Hydroxide 
80rr,g/mi otc 455ml 0/L 

Magnesium Trisilicate & Aluminum 
Hydroxide 500mg & 250mg Tab O 

'Magnesium Trisilicate & Aluminum 
Hydroxide 128mg & 56mg/ml 0/L O 

Not* 

^'''.aCKTs rn M prescribed tor a specific therapeutic purpose, such products irttendad (or general household use are not eligible as a 

t<.-.ef.t. 



208965 
313297 


Amphojel 
Alu-Tab 


WYE 
RIK 


0.0228 

0.0396 


034002 


Amphojel 


WYE 


0.0037 


026549 


Maalox 


ROR 


0.0311 


033677 


Creamalin 


WIN 


•4 

0.0210 


033561 


Creamalin 


WIN 


0.0049 


261173 
013625 
026530 


Neutralca-S 

Univol 

Maalox 


DES 
HOR 
ROR 


0.0051 
0.0051 

0.0060 


002550 


Riopan 


AYE 


0.0235 


002453 


Riopan 


AYE 


0.0051 


093815 


Milk of Magnesia 


DTC 


1.5000 


093807 


Milk of Magnesia 


DTC 


1.8000 


031224 


Gelusil 


WCH 


0.0295 


031186 


Gelusil 


WCH 


0.0057 



56:08 Antidiarrhea Agents 

Camphorated Tincture of Opium 
(Paregoric) 0/L 

Diphenoxylate HCI 2.5mg Tab 
Diphenoxylate HCI 0.5mg/m! 0/L 
Kaolin & Pectin & Paregoric 0/L 
'Kaolin & Pectin Compound 0/L O 
Loperamide HCI 2mg Cap 



095680 


Camphor Co. 
Tine 


DTC 


0.0129 


399345 


Lomotil 


SEA 


0.0836 


399353 


Lomotil 


SEA 


0.0578 


346756 


Donnagel-PG 


ROB 


0.0111 + 


030864 


Kaopectate 


UPJ 


0.0043 


372811 


Imodium 


ORT 


0.1595 



1312 



O. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3449 



56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



56:12 Cathartics 

*Bisaco<Jyl Smg olc 30 Ent Tab 

*Bisacodyl 10mg otc 6 Sup 

Bisacodyi 5mg otc 3 Sup 
Bisacodyl 2mg/ml otc 5ml Enema 
Bisacodyi 2mg/ml olc 2 x 5ml Rect Sol 
Cascara Sagrada 300mg otc 1 CO Tab 



*Cascara Sagrada otc 115ml 0/L 
Castor Oil otc 85ml 0/L 
Castor Oil otc 1 1 5ml Emuls 
Oanthron 75mg otc 1 00 Tab 

Danthron 7.5mg/ml otc 1 14ml 0/L 

Dioctyl Calcium Sulfosuccinate 

240mg otc 30 Cap 

Dioctyl Calcium Sulfosuccinate 

50mg otc 1 00 Cap 

*Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 

1 0Omg otc 60 Cap 

Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 

lOmg/ml otc 30ml 0/L 

Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 

4mg/ml otc 230ml 0/L 

♦Glycerin 2.7g otc 24 Sup 

•Glycerin 1 .8g otc 24 Sup 

Magnesium Hydroxide 300mg otc 1 00 Tab 

•(Magnesium Hydroxide 
80mg/ml otc 455ml 0/L 

•Mineral Oil otc 455ml 0/L 

Mineral Oil otc 130ml Enema 

•Psyllium Muclllold otc 340g Oral Pd 

•Sennosides A & B 1 2mg otc 1 00 Tab 
•Sennosides A & B 9mg otc 100 Tab 
•Sennosides A & B Smg otc 100 Cap 
Sennosides A & B 1 5mg/3g otc 200g Gran 

CONTINUCO 



267066 
346853 
254142 


Bisacoiax 

Laco 

Dulcolax 


ICN 

MAN 

BOE 


2.5000 

2.6000 
2.9000 


261327 
003875 


Bisacoiax 
Dulcolax 


ICN 
BOE 


2.7000 

3.0000 


003867 


Dulcolax 


BOE 


1.3000 


286265 


Dulcolax 


BOE 


1.2500 


067369 


Dulcolax 


BOE 


1.2500 


093300 
023620 


Cascara 
Sagrada 
Cascara 
Sagrada 


DTC 

PDA 


3.3000+ 

3.8000 


022934 


Cas-Evac 


PDA 


4.9000 


094080 


Castor Oil 


DTC 


1.2500 


127922 


Neoloid 


LED 


2.3000 


026352 
323802 


Dorbane 
Modane 


RiK 
WTE 


7.3000 

11.9500 


323810 


Modane 


WTE 


4.3000 


012491 


Surfak 


HOE 


3.5500 


012483 


Surfalc 


HOE 


6.7500 


017701 


Colace 


MJO 


7.4000 


017795 


Colace 


MJO 


3.5000 


017876 


Colace 


MJO 


4.7000 


990485 


Glycerin 


PDA 


1.7500 


222801 


Glycerin 


PDA 


1.7500 


093815 


Miilc of Magnesia 


DTC 


1.5000 


093807 


Milk of Magnesia 


DTC 


1.8000 


093947 


Mineral Oil 


DTC 


1.9000 


107875 


Fleet 


FRS 


1.7000 


387177 
242438 


Karacil 
MetamudI 


ICN 
SEA 


4.3000 

5.3000 


402184 


Glysennid 


ANC 


4.9000 


026158 


Senokot 


PFR 


5.6000 


347035 


Norsena 


CPN 


4.0000 + 


026042 


Senokot 


PFR 


6.1000 



1313 



3450 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

58:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 

58:12 Cathartics 



O. Reg. 470/78 



CONTINUED 

Sennosides A & B 5mg ml olc 2zZ'ri\ O/L 
Sennosides A & B 30rr,g etc 5 Sup 

'Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium Phosphate 

1 eOrr.g & SOmg ml etc 1 30fr.l Rect Sol 

Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium Phosphate 

1 60rr,g & 60mg ml otc 65m! Pec Rect Sci 



367729 Senokot 

026107 Senokot 

003735 Travad 

00991 1 Fleet 

108065 Fleet 



PFR 6.2000 

PFR 2.7000 

FLI 1.2500 + 

FRS 1 .5000 

FRS 1.3000 



Not* 

"5- at :> -a/ ^• I'escr :*; foe a so*c.!c — r'sr-?.*' :-'ocs« s^rr yoducts intended tor general household use are no« eligible as a 



56:16 Digestants 

Aprotinin 1CO,OOOKIU/10mi inj Soi 
Glutamic Acid HCI 340mg Cap C 
Pancreatin 325ng Tab O 
Pancreatin 1 g Ent Tab G 
Pancreatin Oral Pd O 
Pancrelipase 300rng Cap O 



56:22 Antiemetics and Antinauseants 



Cyclizine HCI 50mg Tab O 
'Dimenhydrinate 50mg Tab O 



286249 


Trasylol 


BOE 


8.7450 


015210 


Acidulin 


LIL 


0.0484 


328472 


Viokase 


ROB 


0.0413 


023787 


Panteric 


PDA 


0.0430 


328480 


Viokase 


ROB 


0.0880 


263818 


Cotazym 


ORG 


0.0836 



♦Dimenhydrlnate 3mg/ml O 'L 
^Dimenhydrinate 100mg Sup 

•Dimenhydrlnate 50mg Sup 

Dimenhydrinate 250mg/5ml inj So! 

Dimenhydrinate 50mg'5m! Ir.j Sol 
Dimenhydrinate 50mg ' 1 mi Irj So: 
Meclizine HCI 25mg Tab 



318795 


Marzine 


GAL 


0.0402 


272671 
363766 

398381 
021423 
028487 
013803 


Travamine 

Apo- 

Dimenhydrinate 

Dimenhydrinate 

Novodimenate 

Dramamine 

Gravol 


ICN 

APX 
DTC 
NOP 
SEA 
HOR 


0.0119 

0.0132 + 

0.0135 

0.0135 

0.0396 

0.0600 


230197 


Gravol 


HOR 


0.0187 


028479 
013609 


Dramamine 
Gravol 


SEA 
HOR 


0.1595 

0.1740 


028460 
013595 


Dramamine 
Gravol 


SEA 
HOR 


0.1386 

0.1650 


028452 
013579 


Dramamine 
Gravol 


SEA 
HOR 


1.1550 

1.2833 


013560 


Gravol 


HOR 


0.5400 


990663 


Dramamine 


SEA 


0.3795 


220442 


Bonamine 


PFI 


0.0950 



1314 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3451 

50:00 Gold Compounds 

Sodium Aurothiomalate lOOmg ml !nj Sol O 025097 Mycx:hrysine POU 3.2494 

Sodium Aurothiomalate 50mg m! Inj Sol O 025089 Myochrysine POU 1.7677 

Sodium Aurothiomalate 25mg 'ml Inj Sol O 025070 Myochrysine POU 1.1352 

Sodium Aurothiomalate 1 0mg /ml Inj Sol O 025062 Myochrysine POU 0.9372 



64:00 Heavy Metal Antagonists 



Calcium Disodium Edetate SCC'^g Tab 026360 Calcium 

Disodium 
Versenate RIK 0.0616 

Calcium Disodium Edetate 

'.OCCrg SmllnjSol 026239 Calcium 

Disodium 
Versenate RIK 2.6583 



1315 



3452 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

58:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 470/78 



58:04 Corticosteroids 










Beclomethasone Dipropionate 

Aero Pd Pkg 


334243 
374407 


Beclovent 
Vanceril 


AHA 
SCH 


9.2400 
9.2400 


Betamethasone 0.5mg Tab 


028185 
012211 


Celestone 
Betnelan 


SCH 
GLA 


0.0789 

0.0974 


Betamethasone Acetate & Betamethasone 
Disodium Phosphate 

3mg & 3mg/ml Inj Susp 


028096 


Celestone 
Soluspan 


SCH 


2.3650 


Betamethasone Disodium Phosphate 

5mg/ 100ml Enema 


012181 


Betnesol 


GLA 


2.3383 


Cortisone Acetate 25mg Tab 


280437 
249963 
016446 


Cortisone 
Cortisone 
Cortone 


ICN 
UPJ 
MSD 


0.0792 

0.0795 
0.1989 


Cortisone Acetate 5mg Tab 


016438 


Cortone 


MSD 


0.0486 


Dexamethasone 4mg Tab 


354309 
349100 


Decadron 
Hexadrol 


MSD 
ORG 


0.5130 + 

0.5322 + 


Oexamethasone 0.75mg Tab 


285471 
022519 
016470 


Dexasone 

Hexadrol 

Decadron 


ICN 

ORG 

MSD 


0.1210 

0.1392 
0.1637 


Dexamethasone 0.5mg Tab 


295094 
022500 
016462 


Dexasone 

Hexadrol 

Decadron 


ICN 

ORG 

MSD 


0.0847 

0.0963 
0.1317 



Dexamethasone Tertiary-Butylacetate 

4mg/ml Inj Susp 

Dexamethasone 21 -Phosphate 

20mg/5mllnjSol 

Fludrocortisone Acetate 0.1 mg Tab 
Hydrocortisone 20mg Tab 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 

250mg/5ml Inj Susp 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 

125mg/5ml Inj Susp 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

1 0OOmg Inj Pd 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

50Qmg Inj Pd 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

250mg Inj Pd 

CONTINUED 



016268 Decadron T.B. A. MSD 1.1880 



213624 
269026 


Decadron 
Hexadrol 


MSD 
ORG 


7.0950 

8.2940 


029351 


Florinef 


SOU 


0.0385 


030929 
016527 


Cortef 
Hydrocortone 


UPJ 
MSD 


0.0945 

0.2320 


030821 


Cortef 


UPJ 


5.2500 


016276 


Hydrocortone 


MSD 


3.3220 


338680 
030635 


S-Cortilean 
Solu-Cortef 


HRS 
UPJ 


7.0510 

7.6000 


338672 
030627 


S-Cortilean 
Solu-Cortef 


HRS 
UPJ 


4.5980 

4.9000 


338664 
030619 


S-Cortilean 
Solu-Cortef 


HRS 
UPJ 


3.0030 

3.2000 



1316 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



3453 



68:04 Corticosteroids 



CONTISUEO 



I 



Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 



lO0rr.glr.jPd 




338656 
030600 


S-Cortilean 
Solu-Cortef 


HRS 
UPJ 


1.7490 

1.8500 


Methylprednlsolone 4rrg Tab 




030988 


Medrol 


UPJ 


0.1650 


Methytprednisolone Acetate 

BOmg m! Inj S'JSp 




030767 


Depo-Medrol 


UPJ 


4.5000 


Methytprednisolone Acetate 




030759 


Depo-Medrol 


UPJ 


2.6200 


Methylprednlsolone Acetate 

2C'~3 n-.:ir.jSusp 




030740 


Depo-Medrol 


UPJ 


1.5000 


Methylprednlsolone Sodium Succinate 

SOCrr.g In; Pd 


030678 


Solu-Medrol 


UPJ 


16.4000 


Methylprednlsolone Sodium Succinate 

125'r.3lnjFd 


030651 


Solu-Medrol 


UPJ 


6.5000 


Methylprednlsolone Sodium Succinate 

^Cr-g in: °C 


030643 


Solu-Medrd 


UPJ 


2.7500 


Prednisolone Acetate 125mg. 


'Sml Inj Susp 


028118 


Meticortelone 


SCH 


4.8400 


Prednisone 53.tc Tab 




252417 


Deltasone 


UPJ 


0.0760 


Prednisone 5mg Tab 




093629 
210188 
021695 
007668 
023833 
010197 


Prednisone 

Deltasone 

Novoprednisone 

Prednisone 

Paracort 

Colisone 


DTC 

UPJ 

NOP 

ELL 

PDA 

FRS 


0.0119 

0.0120 
0.0140 
0.0210 
0.0240 
0.0343 


Triamcinolone 4mg Tab 




015024 
029475 


Aristocort 
Kenacort 


LED 
SOU 


0.2155 

0.2160 



68:08 Androgens 

Calusterone 50mg Tab O 
Fluoxymesterone Snig Tab O 

Methandrostenolone 5mg Tab G 
Methyltestosterone 25mg Tab O 
Methyltestosterone 1 0rr^g Tab O 

Nandrolone Phenpropionate 

1 25rr:g 5n-,; Cily Inj Soi O 

Nandrolone Phenpropionate 

lOCmg 2r^. C'/ inj Sol O 

Norethandrolone 1 Gmg Tab C 
Oxymetholone 50mg Tab O 

CONTINUEO 



293008 


Methosarb 


UPJ 


0.2350 


030902 


Halotestin 


UPJ 


0.1090 


012572 


Oratestin 


HOE 


0.1096 


005592 


Danabol 


CIB 


0.1191 


005630 


Metandren 


CIB 


0.2318 


005622 


Metandren 


CIB 


0.0923 


022470 


Durabolin 


ORG 


11.8360 


022489 


Durabolin 


ORG 


9.5040 


028576 


Nilevar 


SEA 


0.3190 


189421 


Anapolcxi-50 


SYN 


0.5940 



1317 



3454 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 470/78 



68:08 Androgens 



CONTINUED 



Oxymetholone 5mg Tab O 
Stanozolol 2mg Tab O 

Testosterone Cypionate 

500mg/10ml Oily Inj Sol G 

Testosterone Cypionate 

lOOmg/ml Oily Inj Sol© 

Testosterone Enanthate 

1000mg/5m1 Oily Inj Sol O 

68:16 Estrogens 

Ctilorotrianisene 25mg Cap O 
Chiorotrianisene 1 2rr.g Cap O 
Conjugated Estrogens 2.5mg Tab O 

Conjugated Estrogens 1 .25mg Tab O 



Conjugated Estrogens 625mg Tab © 



Conjugated Estrogens 0.3mg Tab © 

Conjugated Estrogens 

0.625mg/g Vag Cr © 

Dienestrol 0.1 mg/g Vag Cr O 
Dienestrol 0.1 mg/g Vag Cr-App © 
Esterified Estrogens 1 .25mg Tab © 

Esterilied Estrogens 0.625mg Tab © 

Ethinyl Estradiol O.Smg Tab O 
Ethinyl Estradiol 0.05mg Tab © 
Ethinyl Estradiol 0.02rr.g Tab Q 
Methallenestril 20mg Tab © 
Methallenestril 3mg Tab © 

CONTINUEO 



023779 Adroyd 
033812 Winstrol 

030775 Depo- 

Testosterone 

030783 Depo- 

Testosterone 

029246 Delatestryl 



PDA 0.1367 

WIN 0.0650 

UPJ 6.9000 

UPJ 2.0000 

SOU 7.5500 



017973 


Tace 


MER 


017965 


Tace 


MER 


002593 
252611 


Premarin 
Oestrilin 


AYE 
DES 


265489 
002585 
006297 
209805 


C.E.S. 

Premarin 

Oestrilin 

Conjugated 

Estrogens 


ICN 
AYE 
DES 

SAP 


006289 
002577 
209791 


Oestrilin 
Premarin 
Conjugated 
Estrogens 


DES 
AYE 

SAP 


252603 
002569 


Oestrilin 
Premarin 


DES 
AYE 


002089 


Premarin 


AYE 


022578 


Dienestrol 


ORT 


990531 


Dienestrol 


ORT 


245224 
242993 


Menotrol 
Climestrone 


SOU 
FRS 


245232 
242985 


Menotrol 
Climestrone 


SOU 
FRS 


028231 


Estinyl 


SCH 


028223 


Estinyl 


SCH 


028215 


Estinyl 


SCH 


028541 


Vallestril 


SEA 


028533 


Vallestril 


SEA 



1318 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



3455 



68:16 Estrogens 

CONTINUED 

Stilboestrol 25mg Tab O 
Stilboestrol 5mg Tab O 
Stilboestrol 1 mg Tab O 
Stilboestrol O.Smg Tab O 
Stilboestrol 0.25mg Tab O 
Stilboestrol 0. 1 mg Tab O 

Stilboestrol Sodium Diphosphate 

lOOrrgTabO 

Stilboestrol Sodium Diphosphate 

250mg/5mllniSolO 



68:20:01 Anti-Diabetic Agents Insulins 

Insulin (Isophane) Beef 

lOOC'J'IOmlotclnjSusp 

Insulin (Isophane) Beef & Pork 

1000'J/IOmiotcInjSusp 

Insulin (Isophane) Pork 

ICCOU'lCmlotclnjSusp 

Insulin (Lente) ICCOU/IOmI otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Beef 

lOXU/IOmI otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Beef & Pork 

1 0OOU/ 1 0ml otclnj Susp 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Pork 

1 0OOU/ 1 0ml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Semilente) 

1 OOOU/ 1 0ml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Sulfated) 1 GOOD/ 1 0ml otc !nj Susp 
insulin (Ultralente) 

ICOOU/lOml otc inj Susp 
Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Beef 

lOOOU/IOmi otclnj Sol 
Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Pork 

lOCOU/lOm. otclnjSol 



003387 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.1101 


003379 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0338 


003360 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0281 


003352 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0254 


003344 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0208 


003336 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0191 


013781 


Honvol 


NOR 


0.3560 


013587 


Honvol 


NOR 


2.5000 



990574 


NPH Insulin 


CNG 


6.5000 


274127 


NPH Insulin 


CNG 


5.7000 


990582 


NPH Insulin 


CNG 


7.4000 


275409 


Lente Insulin 


CNG 


6.1000 


990590 


Protamine Zinc 








Insulin 


CNG 


6.5000 


274119 


Protamine Zinc 








Insulin 


CNG 


5.7000 


990604 


Protamine Zinc 








Insulin 


CNG 


7.4000 


275417 


Semilente 








Insulin 


CNG 


6.1000 


006009 


Sulfated Insulin 


CNG 


18.4000 


275425 


Ultralente Insulin 


CNG 


6.1000 


005894 


Insulin-Toronto 


CNG 


4.6000 


990566 


Insulin-Toronto 


CNG 


7.4000 



1319 



3456 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 470/78 



58:20:02 Anti-Diabetic Agents Oral Anti-Diabetic Agents 


Acetohexamide SOOmg Tab O 


015598 


Dimelor 


LIL 


0.0998 


Chlorpropamide 250mg Tab O 


377937 


Chlorpropamide 


DTC 


0.0295 




021350 


Novopropamide 


NOP 


0.0375 




312711 


Apo- 










Chlorpropamide 


APX 


0.0391 




271330 


Chloromide 


ICN 


0.0418 




013730 


Stabinol 


HOR 


0.0560 




012564 


Chloronase 


HOE 


0.0601 




024716 


Diabinese 


PFI 


0.0669 


Chlorpropamide lOOmg Tab O 


399302 


Apo- 










Chlorpropamlde 


APX 


0.0248 




012556 


Chloronase 


HOE 


0.0284 




024708 


Diabinese 


PFI 


0.0297 


Glyburide 5mg Tab O 


244449 


Euglucon 


AFU 


0.0821 




012599 


Diabeta 


HOE 


0.0843 


Metformin HCI SOOmg Tab O 


314552 


Glucophage 


CPN 


0.0829 + 


Tolbutamide SOOmg Tab 


314730 


Meilitol 


CPN 


0.0099 




093033 


Tolbutamide 


DTC 


0.0142 




021849 


Novobutamide 


NOP 


0.0145 




017167 


Toibutone 


MAN 


0.0154 




209872 


Tolbutamide 


SAP 


0.0170 + 




312762 


Apo- 










Tolbutamide 


APX 


0.0303 




237000 


Oramide 


ICN 


0.0303 




012602 


Orinase 


HOE 


0.0625 




013889 


Mobenol 


HOR 


0.0650 



68:24 Parathyroid Agents 

Calcium Carbonate & Calcium 
Gluconolactate 1 .5g & 3.08g Eft Tab O 

Calcium Carbonate & Calcium 
Gluconolactate 0.3g & 2.94g fctf Tab © 

Calcium Gluconate 600mg otc 1 00 Tab 



Calcium Gluconate 1000mg/10ml Inj Sol 

Calcium Gluconogalactogluconate 

200mg/mlO/LO 
Calcium Lactate 600mg otc 100 Tab 

Dihydrotachysterol 0.1 25mg Cap O 
Oihydrotachysterol 25mg ml 0/L O 



259497 


Gramcal 


SAN 


0.2017 


027588 


Calcium-Sandoz 








Forte 


SAN 


0.1430 


094773 


Calcium 








Gluconate 


DTC 


2.1000 


023574 


Calcium 








Gluconate 


PDA 


3.1000 


027219 


Calcium-Sandoz 


SAN 


0.5500 


027383 


Calcium-Sandoz 


SAN 


0.0096 


094765 


Calcium Lactate 


DTC 


2.4000 


023590 


Calcium Lactate 


PDA 


2.9000 


033057 


Hytakerol 


WIN 


0.2100 


033553 


Hytakerol 


WIN 


0.4900 



1320 



O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



3457 



68:28 Pituitary Agents 










Corticotropin 40:u Inj Pd 


023000 


ACTH 


PDA 


3.1000 


Corticotropin 25IU Inj Pd 


022993 


ACTH 


PDA 


2.7000 


Cosyntropin Zinc Hydroxide 

Imgml InjSusp 


253952 


Synacthen 
Depot 


CIB 


S.3460 



68:32 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 



Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 



O.C5n-g & I mg 21 Tab O 

•Nor . "*^"*">y#3r 5 


028630 


Demulen 


SEA 


2.4585 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 










0.05rr.g& Trr.g28TabO 


343536 


Demulen 


SEA 


2.5850 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 










O.OSr.g & 0.5mg 21 Tab 


280089 


Anoryol-21 


DES 


2.3000 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 










O.OSrg & 5mc 28 Tab G 


349011 


Anory 01-28 


DES 


2.5500 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 










O.G35-r.g S Srr.g 21 Tab C 


317047 


Modacon 


ORT 


2.2990 


Hc:>ri'!r:-3-iiiz,'i 


373265 


Brevicon 


SYN 


2.4200 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 










0.035t,5 i 0. Srr.g 23 Tab 


340731 


Modacon 


ORT 


2.4200 


\zr "^'z'a'iias^e 


373273 


Brevicon 


SYN 


2.4970 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 










O.OSrg S 2.5rr.g 21 Tab O 


024015 


Norlestrin 






So: —.inri "Veas^ 




2.5/50 


PDA 


2.4500 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 










O.OSrrg & 2.5nng 28 Tab O 


340804 


Norlestrin 






\c: -r-tf-i-B-jsar* 




2.5/50 


PDA 


2.4500 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 










O.OSrrg & lng21 Tab O 


296740 


Logest 1 /50 


LED 


2.3000 


Nat ■rtfZ.-A--i*3C(« 


024007 


Norlestrin 1/50 


PDA 


2.3000 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 










0.05mg& lmg28TabO 


340790 


Norlestrin 1 /50 


PDA 


2.3000 


Net trrtfzr^rs^aoie 


376124 


Logest 1 /50 


LED 


2.3500 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 










03p"g& 1 5mg21 Tab G 


296090 


Logest 1 .5/30 


LED 


2.3500 


Nc* -rerc'-.i-.5-^5* 


297143 


Loestrin 1 .5/30 


PDA 


2.3500 


Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 










0.03r-gdi.5mg2STabO 


353027 


Loestrin 1 .5/30 


PDA 


2.3500 


''^-iZ-i-^HZ. 


376116 


Logest 1 .5/30 


LED 


2.4000 



COMTINUEO 



1321 



3458 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 470/78 



68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



68:32 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 



CONTINUED 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

0.02mg& 1mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

0.02mg & 1 mg 28 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

O.OSmg & 0.25mg 21 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

O.OSmg & 0.25mg 28 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

0.03mg & 0.1 5mg 21 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

0.03mg & 0.1 5mg 28 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Hydroxyprogesterone Caproate 

250mg/2ml Oily Inj Sol 

Not Interchangeable 

Medrogestone 5mg Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

lOOmgTab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 5mg Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

400mg/4ml Inj Susp © 

Not Interchangeable 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

50mg/ml Inj Susp© 

Not interchangeable 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1 mg& 1mg21 Tab© 

Nor Interchangeable 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1mg& 1nng28Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1mg&0.5mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangeably 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1mg&0.5mg28Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 



315966 Minestrin 1 /20 

343838 Minestrin 1 /20 

034207 Ovral 

340766 Ovral 

300640 Min-Ovral 

342815 Min-Ovral 

029211 Delalutin 

037117 Colprone 

030945 Provera 

030937 Provera 

030856 Depo-Provera 

030848 Depo-Provera 

028703 Ovulen 1 

340774 Ovulen 1 

028681 Ovulen 0.5 

341533 Ovulen 0.5 



PDA 2.3500 

PDA 2.3500 

WYE 1.8500 

WYE 1.9500 

WYE 2.0500 

WYE 2.1000 

SOU 3.8000 

AYE 0.072C 

UPJ 0.5250 

UPJ 0.1095 

UPJ 13.2600 

UPJ 2.5000 

SEA 2.4585 

SEA 2.8600 

SEA 2.2990 

SEA 2.6400 



CONTINUED 



1322 






O. Reg. 470/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



3459 



68:32 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 

COMTINUEO 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 

0.ln-5&2mg21 Tab O 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 

0.'!r5&2rr.g28Ta&O 

\c: —ilr:.~^ngea:.e 

Mestranot & Norettiindrone 

0.':~z&C.5rrg21 Tac C 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 

O.Cz-gi 1.Tg2'! Tab O 



Mestranot & Norethindrone 

O.Cc.Tg & ■; mg 23 Tab O 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 

0C75Tg&5rrg21 Tab O 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 

O.C5^5& 1nr.g2i Tab O 

*.r* —irz.-.*ry;-ia: • 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 

0.05rr.g & 1 mg 28 Tab O 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 
O-CS-xg & 2mg 21 Seq Tab O 

Mestranot & Norethindrone 

O.CSmg & 2mg 23 Seq Tab O 

Mestranot & Norethynodret 

O.GTcT.g & 5rrg 20 Tao O 

Mestranot & Norethynodret 

0.1'ng&2.5mg21 Tab O 

Norethindrone 35rrg Tab G 



030388 
022640 


Norinyl 2 
Ortho-Novum 2 


SYN 
ORT 


2.5190 
2.6290 


340839 


Norinyt 2 


SYN 


2.5850 


022632 


Ortho-Nc3fvum 
0.5 


ORT 


2.1230 


022659 
030341 


Ortho-Novum 

1/80 

Norinyl 1 + 80 


ORT 
SYN 


2.2990 
2.3210 


340855 


Norinyl 1 + 80 


SYN 


2^980 


022616 


Ortho-Novum 5 


ORT 


4.0700 


022608 
030333 


Ortho-Novum 
1/50 
Norinyl 1 


ORT 

SYN 


2.2990 
2.3210 


340847 
340758 


Itorinyl 1 

Ortho-Novum 

1/50 


SYN 
ORT 


2.3980 
2.4200 


340812 


Norquen 


SYN 


2.5190 


340820 


Norquen 


SYN 


2.5850 


028622 


EnovkJS 


SEA 


3.6667 


028565 


Enovid-E 


SEA 


2-7500 


037605 


MicrofKX 


ORT 


0.0789 



1323 



3460 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 470/78 



68:36 Thyroids 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.3mg Tab O 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.2mg Tab O 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.1 5mg Tab O 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.1 mg Tab O 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) O.OSmg Tab O 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.025mg Tab O 
Levothyroxine (Sodium) O.OOSmg Tab O 
Liothyronine (Sodium) 25mcg Tab O 

Liothyronine (Sodium) 5mcg Tab O 
Thyroid 2gr (1 20mg) Tab O 

Thyroid 1 gr (60mg) Tab O 

Thyroid Vigr (30mg) Tab O 

68:38 Anli-Tliyroids 

Methimazole 5mg Tab O 
Propylthiouracil lOOmg Tab O 
Propylthiouracil 50mg Tab O 



012319 
009695 


Eltroxin 
Synthroid 


GLA 
FLI 


0.0326 

0.0341 


012300 
009687 


Eltroxin 
Synthroid 


GLA 
FLI 


0.0213 

0.0220 


295582 
212164 


Eltroxin 
Synthroid 


GLA 
FLI 


0.0198 

0.0215 


012297 
009660 


Eltroxin 
Synthroid 


GLA 
FLI 


0.0168 

0.0198 


012289 
009652 


Eltroxin 
Synthroid 


GLA 
FLI 


0.0139 

0.0160 


009644 


Synthroid 


FLI 


0.0154 


012270 


Eltroxin 


GLA 


0.0246 


027103 
012327 


Cytomel 
Tertroxin 


SKF 
GLA 


0.0265 

0.0309 


027081 


Cytomel 


SKF 


0.0249 


023965 
031305 


Thyroid 
Proloid 


PDA 
WCH 


0.0174 

0.0210 


023957 
031291 


Thyroid 
Proloid 


PDA 
WCH 


0.0131 

0.0155 


023949 
031283 


Thyroid 
Proloid 


PDA 
WCH 


0.0107 

0.0135 



015741 Tapazole 
010219 Propyl-Thyracil 
010200 Propyl-Thyracil 



LIL 0.0275 
FRS 0.0561 
FRS 0.0358 



76:00 Oxytocics 



Ergonovine Maleate 0.2mg Ta: 
Oxytocin 'C J rr.i !nj So! 
Oxytocin 5JU m! !nj Sol 



01 5709 Ergotrate 
035998 Syntocinon-10 
282316 Syntocinon-5 



LIL 0.0660 
SAN 0.2200 
SAN 0.1782 



1324 



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84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



3461 



84:04:04 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Antibiotics (Skin) 




Bacitracin 500U/g Qint 


031046 
012351 


Baciguent 
Bacitracin 


UPJ 
GLA 


0.0867 

0.0909 


Erythromycin 1 % Dint 


038261 
015997 


Erythrocin 
llotycin 


ABB 
LIL 


0.0500 
0.1173 


Neomycin Sulfate S^^o Gin! 


031070 


Myciguent 


UPJ 


0.0700 


Neomycin Sulfate SOOmg'ml Top Sol 


030813 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 


0.2500 


84:04:08 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Fungicides (Skin) 




Chlordantoln 1 % Vag Cr 


022551 


Sporostacin 


GRT 


0.0469 


Chlordantoin 1 % Vag Cr-App 


990558 


Sporostacin 


CRT 


0.0520 


Clotrimazole 1 0Omg Vag Tab 


353833 


Canesten 


BGE 


0.9295 


Clotrimazole lOmg/g Cr 


325465 


Canesten 


BGE 


0.1782 


Clotrimazole 1 0mg ml Top Sol 


325473 


Canesten 


BGE 


0.1782 


Miconazole Nitrate ICOmg Sup 


387193 


Monlstat 


GRT 


0.4239 


Miconazole Nitrate 2^i Vag Cr-App 


321036 


Monistat 


GRT 


0.0748 


Miconazole Nitrate 2-: Cr 


326968 


Micatin 


MCN 


0.1239 


Nystatin 100.000U Vag Tab 


015067 
270091 
029491 


Nilstat 

Nadostine 

Mycostatin 


LED 
NDA 
SOU 


0.1133 

0.1167 + 
0.1300 


Nystatin 100.000U/g Vag Cr 


278793 


Nilstat 


LED 


0.0927 


Nystatin 25.0C0U/g Vag Cr 


295973 


Mycostatin 


SGU 


0.0413 


Nystatin lOO.OOOU/g Oint 


029556 

288195 


Mycostatin 
Nadostine 


SOU 
NDA 


0.1100 

0.1333 + 


Nystatin lOO.OOOU/gCr 


029092 
288217 


Mycostatin 
Nadostine 


SOU 
NDA 


0.1100 

0.1333 + 


Tolnaftatel%Cr 


027936 


Tinactin 


SCH 


0.1173 


Tolnaftate 1 % Top Sol 


028088 


Tinactin 


SCH 


0.1173 


Tolnaftate 1 % Top Pd 


027960 


Tinactin 


SCH 


0.0605 



84:04:12 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Parasiticides (Skin) 



Benzyl Benzoate 25% Cr 

Crotamiton 10^/b Cr 

Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 1 % Cr 

Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 

1 % Shampoo 

Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 1% Lot 
Isobornyl Thiocyanoacetate 5-: Top Emuls 



001376 Scat)anca 

010375 Eurax 

026204 Kwellada 

351105 gBh 

026220 Kwellada 

026212 Kwellada 

033901 Bornex 



ANC 0.0182 

GEI 0.1007 

RCA 0.0292 

RGR 0.0341 

RCA 0.0368 

RCA 0.0292 

WYE 0.0123 



1325 



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O. Reg. 470/78 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 

84:04:16 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Other Anti-lnfectives 
(Skin) 

Chlorhexidine Gluconate 

40b otc 115ml Top Sol 

Hexachlorophene 3% Top Emuls C 
-lodochlorhydroxyquin 3% Cr 
Metronidazole 500mg Vag Tab 
Metronidazole 1 0% Vag Cr 

Metronidazole & Nystatin 

500mg & 100.000U Vag Sup 

Metronidazole & Nystatin 

500nr,g & 100.000U /g Vag Cr-App 

N'benzoylsulfanilamide & Sulfattiiazole & 
Sulfacetamide & Urea Vag Cr-App 

Povidone - Iodine 200mg Vag Sup 

Povidone - iodine 1 0% Vag Sol 



Povidone - Iodine 1 0% Vag Gel 



* Povidone - Iodine 1 0<3o Top Sol O 



Sulfanilamide & Aminacrine HOI & Allantoin 

Vag Sup 

Sulfanilamide & Aminacrine HCi & Allantoin 

VagCf 

Sulfisoxazole 1 0% Vag Cr 



245097 


Hibitane 


AYE 


2.1500 


205389 


PhisoHex 


WIN 


0.0099 


005142 


Vioform 


GIB 


0.0598 


025887 


Flagyl 


POU 


0.1936 


024929 


Flagyl 


POU 


0.0722 


250724 


Flagystatin 


POU 


0.5709 


338338 


Flagystatin 


POU 


0.1166 


153605 


Sultrin 


OPT 


0.0528 


026050 


Betadine 


PFR 


0.2671 


026093 
252824 
003115 


Betadine 

Proviodine 

Bridine 


PFR 
ROG 

AHA 


0.0108 

0.01 1 1 
0.0129 


02661 1 
026034 
002720 


Proviodine 

Betadine 

Bridine 


ROG 
PFR 
AHA 


0.0333 

0.0349 
0.0387 


172944 
062081 
158348 


Proviodine 
Bridine Sol 
Betadine 


ROG 
AHA 
PFR 


0.0079 

0.0081 
0.0086 


323527 
134139 


Vagitrol 
AVC 


SYN 
MER 


0.2097 

0.2860 


189510 
134120 


Vagitrol 
AVC 


SYN 
MER 


0.0210 

0.0325 


115479 


Gantrisin 


HLR 


0.0485 



84:06 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (Skin) 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 

0.025-0 Oint 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate C 025% Cr 
Beclomethasone Dipropionate 025% Lot 
Betamethasone Benzoate 0.C25^t Gel 
Betamethasone Dipropionate G.05% Oint 
Betamethasone Dipropionate 05% Cr 
Betamethasone Dipropionate 5% Lot 

CONTINUED 



003697 


Propaderm 


AHA 


0.1833 


002712 


Propaderm 


AHA 


0.1833 


270466 


Propaderm 


AHA 


0.1298 


274410 


Beben 


WCH 


0.1733 


344923 


Diprosone 


SCH 


0.1848 + 


323071 


Diprosone 


SCH 


0.1848 


417246 


Diprosone 


SCH 


0.1558 + 



1326 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3463 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 
84:06 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (Skin) 






CONTIMUEO 

Betamethasone Valerate 0.1% Oint 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.05% Oint 

Betamethasone Valerate 0.1% Cr 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.05% Cr 

Betamethasone Valerate 0.1% Lot 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.05% Lot 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.1% Scalp Lot 
Desonlde 0.05% Oint 
Desonide 0.05% Cr 
Flumethasone PIvalate 0.03% Oint 
Fiuntethasone Pivaiate 0.03% Cr 
Fluocinoione Acetonlde 0.025% Oint 
Fluocinolone Acetonlde 0.01 % Oint 
Fluocinoione Acetonlde 0.025% Cr 



Fluocinolone Acetonlde 0.01 % Or 

Ruoclnolone Acetonlde 0.01 % Top Sd 
Ruoclnonide 0.05% Oint 
Fluoclnonlde 0.01 % Oint 
Ruoclnonide 0.05% Cr 

Fluoclnonlde 0.01 % Cr 
Ruoclnonide 0.05% Gel 
FlurandrenoUde 0.05% Oint 
Flurandrenolide 0.0125% Oint 
Rurandrenolide 0.05% Cr 
Flurandrenolide 0.0125% Cr 
Halcinonide 0.1 % Oint 
Halcinonide0.1%Cr 



012386 
028363 


Betnovate 
C€lesto<J€rrTV-V 


GLA 
SCH 


0.0499 

0.0531 


012378 
028355 


Betnovate-y4 

Celestoderm- 

V/2 


GLA 
SCH 


0.0321 

0.0369 


011924 
027901 


Betnovate 
Celestoderm-V 


GLA 
SCH 


0.0499 

0.0531 


011916 
027898 


Betnovate- i4 

Celestoderm- 

V/2 


GLA 
SCH 


0.0321 

0.0369 


011940 


Betnovate 


GLA 


0.1214 


011932 


Betnovate-% 


GLA 


0.0955 


027944 


Valisone 


SCH 


0.1135 


410179 


Tridesilon 


DOM 


0.0475 + 


210153 


Tridesilon 


DOM 


0.1584 


005789 


Locacorten 


CIB 


0.2251 


005134 


Locacorten 


CIB 


0.2251 


030406 


Synaiar Regular 


SYN 


0.1811 


030392 


Synalar Mild 


SYN 


0.0876 


385220 
990647 

030422 


Viaderm FA 
Synamol 
Regular 
Synalar Regular 


KLP 

SYN 
SYN 


0.1067+ 

0.1811 
0.1811 


385239 
030414 
990655 


Viaderm FA 
Synalar Mild 
Synamol Mild 


KLP 
SYN 
SYN 


0.0800+ 

0.0876 
0.0876 


030260 


Synalar Solution 


SYN 


0.0889 


274437 


Udex 


SYN 


0.1899 


274445 


Lidex MikJ 


SYN 


0.1122 


036099 
990639 


Udex 
Lidemol 


SYN 
SYN 


0.1899 
0.1899 


274453 


Udex Mild 


SYN 


0.1122 


281913 


Topsyn 


SYN 


0.1899 


016012 


Drenison 


LIL 


0.1760 


016004 


DrenisofV% 


LIL 


0.0748 


015326 


Drenison 


LIL 


0.1760 


015318 


Drenison-% 


LIL 


0.0748 


403075 


Halog 


SOU 


0.1650+ 


326941 


Halog 


SOU 


0.1650 



CONTINUEO 



1327 



3464 



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O. Reg. 470/78 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 
84:06 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (Skin) 



CONTINUED 



Hydrocortisone 40mg Sup 
Hydrocortisone lOmg Sup 
Hydrocortisone 1 % Oint 



Hydrocortisone 0.5°o Oint 

Hydrocortisone 1% Cr 
Methylprednisolone 0.25% Oint 
Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1 to Oint 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.025^': Oint 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1 % Cr 

Triamcinolone Acetonide O.G25'ii) Cr 



Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1 % Lot 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1% in Orabase 

Oral Top Oint 

*Zinc Oxide & Balsam Peru & Benzyl 
Benzoate & Oxyquinoline Sulfate Sup 



314226 


Cortiment 


CPN 


0.4983 


314242 


Cortiment 


CPN 


0.4026 


093645 
024805 
303895 
031054 


Hydrocortisone 
Cortril 
Unicort 
Cortef 


DTC 
PR 
AHA 
UPJ 


0.0295 

0.0303 
0.0370 
0.1168 


093637 
303887 


Hydrocortisone 
Unicort 


DTC 
AHA 


0.0226 

0.0254 


338591 


Hydro-Cortilean 


HRS 


0.0312 


031062 


Medrol 


UPJ 


0.0900 


127914 
029572 


Aristocort R 
Kenalog 


LED 
SOU 


0.1600 
0.1600 


029564 
282456 


Kenalog-E 
Aristocort D 


SOU 
LED 


0.0750 

0.0767 


385204 
014621 
029114 


Viaderm T.A. 
Aristocort R 
Kenalog 


KLP 
LED 
SOU 


0.1333 + 

0.1600 
0.1600 


385182 
029106 
282448 


Viaderm T.A. 
Kenalog-E 
Aristocort D 


KLP 
SOU 
LED 


0.0667 + 

0.0750 
0.0767 


029130 


Kenalog 


SOU 


0.2467 


029505 


Kenalog- 
Orabase 


SOU 


0.4100 


292605 


Anusol 


WCH 


0.0896 



84:08 Antipruritics and Topical Anesthetics 



CInchocaine HO1 1 % Oint O 


287075 


Nupercain^l 


CIB 


0.0656 


PramoxlneHCI1%CrO 


000116 


Tronothane 


ABB 


0.0537 


Tetracaine HCi1%CrO 


205451 


Pontocaine 


WIN 


0.0665 



84:12 Astringents 

Aluminum Sulfate & Calcium Acetate 

880rr,g & 600mg Tab 

Aluminum Sulfated Calcium Acetate 

1.1g&800mg PkgPd 



03731 1 Domeboro 
037338 Domeboro 



DOM 0.1696 
DOM 0.1696 



1328 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3465 



i 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 
84:24 Emollients, Demulcents and Protectants 

Aluminum Acetate CrO 
Dimethylpolysiloxane 20% Cr O 
Para-Aminobenzoic Acid 5% Gel 
Para-Aminobenzoic Acid 5% Lot 



*Zinc0xlde15%0intO 

84:28 Keratolytic Agents 

Benzoyl Peroxide 20% Gel 
Benzoyl Peroxide 1 0% Gel 

Benzoyl Peroxide 5% Gel 

Benzoyl Peroxide 20% Lot 

Benzoyl Peroxide 1 0% Lot 
Benzoyl Peroxide 5% Lot 

84:32 Keratoplastic Agents 

Coal Tar Extract 2% otc 85g Gel 
Colloidal Crude Coal Tar 
1% otc 171ml Shampoo 
Crude Coal Tar 4.5% otc 100ml Susp 
Crude Coal Tar 30% otc 1 71 ml Emuls 
Crude Coal Tar 2.59'o otc 227ml Top Sol 



216992 


Acid Mantle 


DOM 


0.0277 


253057 


Barriere 


AHA 


0.0197 


359734 


Presun 


WSD 


0.0234 + 


354260 
007307 


Presun 
Pabanol 


WSD 
ELD 


0.0193 + 

0.0226 + 


093661 


Zinc Oxide 


DTC 


0.0204 


399116 
373036 


Dermoxyl 
Benoxyl 


ION 
STI 


0.0739 + 
0.0739 + 


307572 
372706 
263699 


Desquam-XIO 

Dermoxyl 

Benoxyl 


WSD 

ICN 

STI 


0.0429 + 

0.0578 + 
0.0578 + 


307564 
372692 
263702 


Oesquam-X5 

Dermoxyl 

Benoxyl 


WSD 

ICN 

STI 


0.0429 + 

0.0462 + 
0.0462 + 


374318 
187585 


Oxyderm 
Benoxyl 


ICN 
STI 


0.1096+ 
0.1096 


370568 


Benoxyl 


STI 


0.0990 + 


236063 


Benoxyl 


STI 


0.0755 


373222 


Estar 


WSD. 


4.3000+ 


241075 


Zetar 


ROR 


4.2000 


332801 


Pentrax 


WCH 


4.0000 


085871 


Zetar 


ROR 


6.0000 + 


208132 


Balnetar 


WSD 


5.0000+ 



84:38 Miscellaneous Skin and Mucous Membrane 
Agents 



Colloidal Oatmeal PdO 
Colloidal Oatmeal (OUated) Pd O 

Fluorouracil 5% Cr 
Selenium Sulfide 2.5% Susp O 



273104 Aveeno 

281 891 Aveeno 
(Oilated) 

330582 Efudex 

243000 Selsun 



COO 0.0078 

COO 0.0167 

HLR 0.1584 

ABB 0.0246 



1329 



466 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 


0. Re^ 


r. 470/78 


86:00 Spasmolytics 










Aminophylline 2C0m3 Tab O 


014931 


Aminophylline 


LED 


0.0310 


Amlnophylline ICOmg Tab 


092940 
014923 


Aminophylline 
Aminophylline 


DTC 
LED 


0.0179 

0.0200 


Aminophyiline 105mg/5ml 0/L O 


379603 


Somophyllin 


FIS 


0.0176 + 


Aminophylline 500mg Sup 


001414 
018228 


Aminophylline 
Corophyllin 


ANC 
MOM 


0.1558 

0.1797 


Aminophylline 250mg Sup 


018201 
001406 


Corophyllin 
Aminophylline 


MOM 
ANC 


0.1439 

0.1513 


Aminophylline 500mg/10ml Inj Sol 


029610 


Aminophylline 


STX 


0.3080 


Aminophylline 250nng/10ml Inj Sol 


012033 


Aminophylline 


GLA 


0.3643 


Oxtriphylline 200mg Tab O 


346071 
031267 


Theophylline 

Choline 

Choledyl 


ROG 
WCH 


0.0420 

0.0560 


Oxtriphylline lOOmg Tab O 


031259 


Choledyl 


WCH 


0.0395 


Oxtriphylline 20mg/ml 0/L O 


380660 


Choledyl 


WCH 


0.0127 


Oxtriphylline 1 0mg /ml 0/L 


202940 


Choledyl 


WCH 


0.0110 


Theophylline 200mg Cap 


286214 


Elixophyllin 


COO 


0.1408 


Theophylline SOmg/ 1 5ml 0/L O 


261203 
307548 
281905 


Theophylline 
Theophylline 
Elixophyllin 


DES 
ROG 
COO 


0.0044 

0.0059 
0.0070 


Theophylline Calcium Aminoacetate 

325mg Tao O 


263761 


Acet-Am 


ORG 


0.0605 


Theophylline Sodium Aminoacetate 

20rns.'r^iO/LO 


270695 


Acet-Am 


ORG 


0.0234 



1330 



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88:00 Vitamins and Minerals 



3467 



i 



38:04 Vitamin A 

Vitamin A 50.000IU Cap 
Vitamin A 25.000IU Cap O 

88:08 Vitamins B 

'Cyanocobalamin 1 0mg/ 1 0mi otc inj Sd 



^Cyanocobalamin Img/IOml otc Inj Sol 
* Folic Acid 5mg Tab O 



Niacinamide lOOnng Tab CD 
Niacinamide 50mg Tab 
Nicotinic Acid 1 0Omg Tab O 



Nicotinic Acid 50mg Tab 



Pyridoxfne HCI 25mg Tab O 
Riboflavin 1 0mg Tab O 
Riboflavin 5mg Tab 
Thiamine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Thiamine HCI lOOOmg/IOmi Inj Sol 

'Vitamins B & C otc 100 Tab 



88:12 Vitamin C 

'Ascorbic Acid 1 0OOmg otc 1 00 Tab 



021075 
001635 
033103 

021067 
001627 
033081 



Vitamin A 
Aquasoi A 
Afaxin 

Vitamin A 
Aquasol A 
Afaxin 



NOP 0.0320 

AFU 0.0730 

WIN 0.0750 

NOP 0.0195 

AFU 0.0424 

WIN 0.0430 



211125 


Cyanoco- 








balamin 


KLP 


2.2000 + 


314277 


Cyanoco- 








balamin 


CPN 


3.6000 


002909 


Anacobin 


AHA 


6.7000 


029165 


Rubramin 


SOU 


7.0000 


338729 


Cyanoco- 








balamin 


HRS 


7.1000 


029157 


Rubramin 


SOU 


1.7000 


094617 


Folic Acid 


DTC 


0.0212 


021466 


Novofolacid 


NOP 


0.0215 


003492 


Folic Acid 


AHA 


0.0441 


014966 


Folvite 


LED 


0.0620 


023736 


Niacinamide 


PDA 


0.0175 


023728 


Niacinamide 


PDA 


0.0150 


015776 


Niacin 


LIL 


0.0110 


000507 


Nicotinic Acid 


ABB 


0-0119 


274496 


Novoniacin 


NOP 


0.0080 


000493 


Nicotinic Acid 


ABB 


0.0088 


023744 


Niacin 


PDA 


0.0090 


015768 


Niacin 


LIL 


0.0095 


015865 


l-iexa-Betalin 


LIL 


0.0439 


023884 


Riboflavin 


PDA 


0.0265 


023876 


Riboflavin 


PDA 


0.0205 


023922 


Thiamine 


PDA 


0.0299 


312312 


Thiamine 


PDA 


1.9500 


033421 


Betaxin 


WIN 


2.0000 


242934 


Seminal 


AYE 


4.2500 


399795 


Beforte 


FRS 


6.2000+ 



256862 Ascorbic Acid WAM 6.0000 



1331 



3468 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

88:00 Vitamins and Minerals 

88:12 Vitamin C 

CONTINUED 

^Ascorbic Acid 500mg otc 1 00 Tab 

^Ascorbic Acid 250mg otc 1 00 Tat> 
^Ascorbic Acid 1 0Omg olc 1 00 Tab 

83:16 Vitamin D 

Calciferol lO.OOOlU/ml 0/L O 
Vitamin D 50.000IU Cap O 

88:24 Vitamin K 

Menadiol Sodium Diphosphate 5mg Tab O 

Menadiol Sodium Diphosphate 

lOmg 'ml InjSol 

Menadiol Sodium Diphosphate 
Smgml InjSoi 

88:28 Multivitamins 

*Hexavitamins NF otc 1 00 Tab 

^Vitamins A & D & C otc 50ml Ped 0/L 

^Vitamins A & D & C & B Complex 

otc 250ml 0/L 

* Vitamins A & D & C & B Complex 

otc 50ml Ped 0/L 



O. Reg. 470/78 



094668 Ascorbic Acid 

000361 Vitamin C 

036188 Ascorbic Acid 

094641 Ascorbic Acid 

094633 Ascorbic Acid 



033545 Drisdol 

002690 Radiostol 
009830 Ostoforte 



013374 Synkavite 
01 2920 Synkavite 
012912 Synkavite 



269034 Hexavitamins 

337803 Beminal Plus 

009903 Osto A-D-C 

156493 Pardee 

393401 Poly-Vi-Sol 



DTC 3.0000 

ABB 3.1000 

WAM 3.3000 

DTC 1.7000 

DTC 1.2500 



WIN 0.0850 

AHA 0.0607 

FRS 0.0620 



HLR 0.0198 
HLR 0.4488 
HLR 0.3828 



NOP 2.3000 

AYE 4.7500 

FRS 4.4000 

PDA 3.4000 

MJO 4.9000 



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O. Reg. 470/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3469 



92:0C Unclassified Therapeutic Agents 



Allopurinol SOGrrg Tab 


415766 
294322 


Purine! 
Zyloprim 


HOR 
BWE 


0.2239 + 

0.2465 


Allopurinol 200mg Tab O 


415758 


Purind 


HOR 


0.1494 + 


Allopurinol 1 0Omg Tab O 


415731 
004588 


Purine! 
Zyloprim 


HOR 
BWE 


0.0824 + 

0.0913 


Amantadine HC1 1 0Omg Cap 


274674 


Synrvnetrel 


END 


0.1529 


Azathioprine 50mg Tab O 


004596 


Imuran 


BWE 


0.1461 


Bromocriptine 2.5mg Tab O 


371033 


Pariodel 


SAN 


0^860+ 


Calcium Carbimide 50mg Tab O 


014958 


Temposii 


iFn 


0.1590 


Carbenoxolone Sodium SOmg Tab O 


306452 


Biogastrone 


MER 


0.2640 


Carbenoxolone Sodium SOmg Cap O 


374423 


Duogastrone 


MER 


0.3883 


CimetJdine 30Cmg Tab O 


397474 


Tagamet 


SKF 


0.2540 


Clomiphene Citrate SOmg Tab O 


018031 


Clomid 


MER 


1.2228 


Disutflram SOOmg Tab O 


002542 


Antabuse 


AYE 


0.0860 


Disulfiram 250mg Tab O 


002534 


Antabuse 


AYE 


0.0455 


Glucagon Img Inj Pd O 


015377 


Glucagon 


LIL 


6.1050 


Lactulose 666.7mg/ml 0/L G 


317039 


Cephulac 


MER 


0.0160 


Levodopa SOOmg Tab G 


013358 


Larodopa 


HLR 


0.1051 


Levodopa 2S0mg Tab G 


013331 


Larodopa 


HLR 


0.0594 


Levodopa & Benserazide 

2C:'-g & SCmg Cap O 


386472 


Prdopa 200-50 


HLR 


0.2211 


Levodopa & Benserazide 

1C-:rr.g&25mgCapG 


386464 


Protopa 100-25 


HLR 


0.1320 


Levodopa & Carbidopa 

25:-rg & 2Smg Tab O 


328219 


Sinemet 


MSO 


0.2497 


Metoclopramide HCI lOmg Tab G 


386014 
314722 


Reglan 
Maxeran 


ROB 
CPN 


0.1142+ 

0.1196 


Metoclopramide HCI Img/ml 0/L G 


386022 
314714 


ReQtan 
Maxeran 


ROB 
CPN 


0.0184+ 
0.0191 


Metoclopramide HCI 10mg/2mi Inj Sd 


314706 


Maxeran 


CPN 


0.9746 


Penicillamine 250mg Cap 


016055 


Cuprimine 


MSO 


0.2968 


Sodium Cromoglycate 20mg/Cart Pd inh G 


261238 


intal 


FIS 


0.2335 


Sodium Cromoglycate lOmg/Cart Pd Inh G 


328944 


Rynacrom 


FIS 


0.1201 








O. Reg. 470/78, s. 1. 



2. Ontario Regulation 921 77 is revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of July, 1978. 
(8930) 



28 



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3470 



O. Reg. 471/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 473/78 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 471/78. 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel), Town of 
Mississauga (now City of Brampton). 

Made— June 21st, 1978. 

Filed— June 21st, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 479/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph xvi of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 479/73, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 857/77 and amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 133/78 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 369/78, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subparagraph: 

35. that part of Lot 8 in Concession II, 
north of Dundas Street, more par- 
ticularly described as parts 1, 2, 3, 
4 and 5 on a Reference Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of 
Peel (No. 43) as Number 43R-5889. 

W. D. McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of June, 1978. 

(8931) 28 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O.Reg. 472/78. 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipahty of Peel) , Town of Missis- 
sauga (now City of Brampton). 

Made— June 21st, 1978. 

Filed— June 21st, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 479/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph xvi of section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 479/73, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 857/77, and amended by 



section 1 of Ontario Regulation 133/78, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 369/78 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 471/78, 
is further amended by adding thereto the 
following subparagraph : 

36. those parcels of land situate in 
the City of Mississauga in The 
Regional Municipahty of Peel, form- 
erly in the Township of Toronto 
in the County of Peel, being com- 
posed of those parts of Lot 10 in 
Concession II, north of Dundas 
Street, more particularly described 
as follows : 

1. those portions designated as 
parts 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 
on Ministry of Government 
Services Plan 854- 17L, being 
a Reference Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry Division of Peel 
(No.43)asNumber43R-5489; 

2. that portion designated as 
Part 1 on Ministry of Govern- 
ment Services Plan 854-98L, 
beiijg a Reference Plan de- 
posited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Di- 
vision of Peel (No. 43) as 
Number 43R-5808. 

W. D. McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of June, 1978. 



(8932) 



28 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 473/78. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the District 

of Sudbury. 
Made— June 20th, 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 568/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 568/72 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

13c. Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, the land described in Schedule 8 may 
be used for the erection and use thereon of a carpentry 
shop and a single-family dwelling and buildings and 



1334 



O. Reg. 473/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 475/78 3471 



structures accesscHy thereto provided the require- 
ments of subsecticm 1 of secti<» 12 are met. 
O. Reg. 473/78. s. 1. 

2. Schedtile 2 to the said Regulaticm is amended 
by adding thereto the following paragra{A : 

157. Parcel Number 35557 on Lot 7 in Con- 
cession I in the geographic Township of 
Bigwood. 

3. Schedule 5 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 471/77, 
and amended by secti(Hi 2 of Ontario 
R^ulati<Hi 477' 77, section 3 of Ontario 
R^nlation 594 77, secticm 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 752/77 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 398/78, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph ; 

21. Parcel Number 34631 being that part 
of Lot 6 in Concession V in the geographic 
Town^p of Bigwood designated as Part 4 
on a Reference Plan depsoited in the Land 
Registry Ofl&ce for the Land Titles Division 
of Sudbnr>- (No. 53) as Number SR-2078. 

4. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 8 

That parcel of land situate in the geograf^c 
Township of Bigwood in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury, being composed of that part of Lot 5 in 
Concession VI designated as Part 1 on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53) as Number 
53R-7551 . O. Reg. 473/78. s. 4. 

G. M. Fakkow 

Executive Director, 

Plmns Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of June. 1978. 

8933) 28 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 474/78. 

Restricted Areas — County of Peter- 
borough. Township of Cavan. 
Made— June 20th, 1978. 
FUed— June 22nd. 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 619/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

Schedule 68 to Ontario Regulation 619/75. 
as made by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 



433/78. is revoked and the f<dlowing sub- 
stituted therefor : 

Schedule 68 

That pared of land situate in the Township of 
Cavan in the County of Peterborough, being 
composed of that part of Lot 15 in Concession III 
designated as Lot 9 acox-ding to a Registrar's 
ComfHkd Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Diviskm of Port Hope 
(No. 9) as Number 114. O. Reg. 474r78. s. 1. 

G. M. Faksow 

Executive Director, 

PUms AdnumstrmHon Division. 

Ministry of Housing 



Dated at TOTonto, this 20th day of June, 1978. 
(8934) 



28 



THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 
ACT. If71 

O. Reg. 475/78. 
Sewage Systems. 
Made— June 14th. 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



REGLTATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGLT-ATION 229/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT. 

1971 

1. — (1) Paragraph 1 of section 30 of Ontario 
Regulation 229/74. as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario R^ulation 147/77, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

1. Subject to subsection 2. for a certificate 
of approval ior the construction, in- 
stallaticHQ. establi^unent. enlargement. 
extensi<Hi or alteration of a Class 4, 
Class 5, Class 6 «' Class 7 sewage system 
other than a Class A sewage system $30 

(2) The said section 30. as remade by sectitm 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 237/75 and amended by 
section 1 of Ontario R^ulation 802/76 and 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 147/77. is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsection : 

(2) In re^>ect of a sewage system within The 
R^onal Mnnicipahty of Halton (»- The Regional 
Municipality of Durham the fee to be paid for a 
certificate of api^oval issued by a mnnicipaUty or a 
director who is employed by a munidpafity for 
the constructi<Hi, installa tion, establishment, en- 






1335 



3472 O. Reg. 475/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 478/78 



largement, extension or alteration of a Class 4, 
Class 5, Class 6 or Class 7 sewage system other 
than a Class A sewage system is $75. O. Reg 

475/78, s. 1 (2). 



(8935) 



28 



THE MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 476/78. 

General. 

Made— May 10th, 1978. 

Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 578 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 3 of section 11 of Regulation 
578 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
701/77, is amended by inserting after "1977" 
in the fourth line "to and including the 1st 
day of April, 1978". 

(2) Subsection 4 of the said section 11, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 701/77, 
is amended by inserting after "1977" in 
the third line "to and including the 1st day of 
April, 1978". 

(3) The said section 11, as amended by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 347/76 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 701/77, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following subsections : 

(5) The Ministry may pay $325.45 a month for 
the care and maintenance of each patient in an 
approved home on and after the 1st day of April, 
1978, where the care and maintenance is provided 
for a full month. 

(6) The Ministry may pay $10.70 a day for the 
care and maintenance of each patient in an approved 
home on or after the 1st day of April, 1978, where 
the care and maintenance is provided for less than a 
month, or for a day or number of days in excess of 
a full month. O. Reg. 476/78, s. 1 (3). 



(8936) 



28 



THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 477/78. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1978. 

Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

1. Item 3 of Schedule 7 to Ontario Regulation 
323/72, as remade by section 6 of Ontario 
Regulation 889/74, is revoked. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 15th day of March, 1978. 



(8937) 



28 



THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

O.Reg. 478/78. 

Levies — Milk. 

Made— June 22nd, 1978. 

Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



1336 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 

MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

LEVIES— MILK 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "commodity board" means The Ontario 
Milk Marketing Board constituted under 
The Milk Act; 

\b) "milk" means milk produced in Ontario 
from cows ; 

(c) "producer" means a producer of milk in 
Ontario who sells milk to the commodity 
board ; 

(d) "quota" means a quota fixed and allotted 
by the commodity board to a producer in 
relation to the volume of sales by the 
commodity board of classes 3, 4, 4a, 4i, 
5, 5a and 6 milk as established by Ontario 
Regulation 230/78. O. Reg. 478/78, s. 1 . 



2. — (1) Subject to subsection 4, every producer to 
whom a quota has been fixed and allotted shall pay 
to the commodity board, in addition to licence fees 
imposed under The Milk Act, 

(a) levies at the rate of $2.72 for each 
hectoHtre of milk sold by him to the com- 
modity board that is not in excess of such' 
quota; and 



0. Reg. 478/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 480/78 3473 



(b) levies at the rate of $17.03 for each 
hectolitre of milk sold by him to the 
commodity board that is in excess of such 
quota. 

(2) Subject to subsection 4, every producer to 
whom a quota has not been fixed and allotted shall 
pay to the commodity board, in addition to the 
licence fees imposed under The Milk Act, levies at 
the rate of $17.03 for each hectohtre of milk sold 
by him to the commodity board. 

(3) The commodity board shall deduct from the 
moneys payable to a producer all levies payable by 
the producer to the commodity board under sub- 
jection 1 or 2. 

(4) This section does not apply to that volume 
of milk sold by a producer to the commodity board 
for which the producer is paid the price for Class 1 
or Class 2 milk plus 5.9 per cent of that volume. 
O. Reg. 478/78. s. 2. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

J. Grant Smith 
Vice-chairman 

H. Parker 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of June, 1978. 

(8938) 28 



THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

O. Reg. 479/78. 

Levies — Cream. 
Made— June 22nd. 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 

MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

LEVIES— CREAM 

interpretation 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "commodity board" means The Ontario 
Cream Producers' Marketing Board con- 
stituted under The Milk Act; 

{b) "cream" means cream delivered to a plant 
in Ontario for manufacture into creamery 
butter ; 



(c) "plant" means a cheese factory, con- 
centrated milk plant, cream receiving 
station, creamery, dairy or milk receiving 
station ; 

(d) "producer" means a person engaged in the 
production of cream ; 

(e) "quota" means a quota for the marketing 
of cream fixed and allotted by the com- 
modity board to a producer. O. Reg. 
479/78. s. 1. 



2. — (1) Every producer to whom a quota has been 
fixed and allotted shall pay to the commodity 
board, in addition to licence fees imposed under 
The Milk Act, levies at the rate of $2.20 for each 
kilogram of milk-fat sold or delivered by him to a 
plant that is in excess of the quota fixed and allotted 
to him. 

(2) Every producer to whom a quota has not been 
fixed and allotted shall pay to the commodity board, 
in addition to licence fees impjosed under The Milk 
Act, levies at the rate of $2.20 for each kilogram of 
milk-fat sold or delivered by him to a plant. 

(3) Every producer shall pay to the commodity 
board at its office, 50 Maitland Street, Toronto, any 
levies payable by the producer in respect of cream sold 
and delivered in any month that were not deducted 
and forwarded to the commodity board by the 
person who received the cream from the producer, 
not later than the 15th day of the next following 
month. O. Reg. 479/78, s. 2. 

The Ontario Cream Producers' 
Marketing Board: 

Murray Smeltzer 

Chairman 

John Bilyea 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of June, 1978. 

(8939) 28 



THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

O. Reg. 480/78. 

Levies or Charges — ^Turkeys. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



1337 



3474 O. Reg. 480/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 482/78 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT. 1978 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— TURKEYS 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "commodity board" means The Ontario 
Turkey Producers' Marketing Board con- 
stituted under The Farm Products Marketing 
Ad; 

(b) "turkeys" means turkeys produced or grown 
for the purpose of slaughter. O. Reg. 
480/78, s. 1. 

2. The Lieutenant Governor in Council hereby 
grants to the commodity board, in relation to the 
marketing of turkeys locally within Ontario, au- 
thority to fix, impose and collect levies or charges 
from persons engaged in the production or marketing 
of turkeys and for such purpose to classify such 
persons into groups and fix the levies or charges 
payable by the members of the different groups in 
different amounts, and to use such levies or charges 
for the purposes of the commodity board, including 
the creation of reserves, the payment of expenses 
and losses resulting from the sale or disposal of any 
such turkeys and the equalization or adjustment 
among producers of turkeys of moneys realized from 
the sale thereof during such period or periods of time 
as the commodity board may determine. O. Reg. 
480/78, s. 2. 

3. Any person who receives turkeys shall deduct 
from the moneys payable for the turkeys any 
levies or charges payable to the commodity board by 
the person from whom he receives the turkeys and 
shall forward such levies or charges to the com- 
modity board at its office, 1400 Bishop Street, 
Cambridge, Ontario, not later than ten days from 
the last day of the week in which he received the 
turkeys. O. Reg. 480/78, s. 3. 



(8940) 



28 



THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

O.Reg. 481/78. 

Levies or Charges — Fowl. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 

MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— FOWL 

1. In this Regulation, 



(a) "commodity board" means The Ontario 
Egg Producers' Marketing Board con- 
stituted under The Farm Products Market- 
ing A ct ; 

(b) "fowl" means a domestic hen more than 
twenty weeks of age. O. Reg. 481/78, s. 1. 

2. The Lieutenant Governor in Council hereby 
grants to the commodity board, in relation to the 
marketing of fowl locally within Ontario, authority 
to fix, impose and collect levies or charges from 
persons engaged in the production or marketing 
of fowl and for such purpose to classify such persons 
into groups and fix the levies or charges payable by 
the members of the different groups in different 
amounts, and to use such levies or charges for the 
purposes of the commodity board, including the 
creation of reserves, the payment of expenses 
and losses resulting from the sale or disposal of any 
such fowl and the equalization or adjustment among 
producers of fowl of moneys realized from the sale 
thereof during such period or periods of time as the 
commodity board may determine. O. Reg. 481/78, 
s. 2. 



(8941) 



28 



THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

O.Reg. 482/78. 

Levies or Charges — Eggs. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 

MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— EGGS 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "commodity board" means The Ontario 
Egg Producers' Marketing Board con- 
stituted under The Farm Products Market- 
ing A ct ; 

(b) "eggs" means eggs of a domestic hen 
produced in Ontario, other than hatching 
eggs. O.Reg. 482/78, s. 1. 



2. The Lieutenant Governor in Council hereby 
grants to the commodity board, in relation to the 
marketing of eggs locally within Ontario, authority 
to fix, impose and collect levies or charges from 
persons engaged in the production or marketing of 
eggs and for such purpose to classify such persons 
into groups and fix the levies or charges payable by 
the members of the different groups in different 
amounts, and to use such levies or charges for the 
purposes of the commodity board, including the 

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O. Reg. 482/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 485/78 3475 



creation of reserves, the payment of expenses 
and losses resulting from the sale or disposal of any 
such eggs and the equalization or adjustment among 
producers of eggs of moneys realized from the sale 
thereof during such period or periods of time as the 
commodity board may determine. O. Reg. 482/78, 
S.2. 

3. .^ny person who receives eggs shall deduct 
from the moneys payable for the eggs any levies 
or charges pa^-able to the commodity board by the 
person from whom he receives the eggs and shall 
forward such levies or charges to the commodity 
board at its office. 5799 Yonge Street, Willowdale, 
Ontario, not later than ten days from the last day 
of the week in which he received the eggs. O. R^. 
482 78, s. 3. 



8942^ 



28 



THE COMMODITV' BO.\RDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

O.Reg. 483/78. 
Levies or Charges — Milk. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— Jane 22nd, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 

MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— MILK 

1. In this Regulation. 

a) "commodity board" means The Ontario 
Milk Marketing Board constituted under 
The Milk Ad: 

(6) "milk" means milk from cows. O. Reg. 
483/78, s.l. 

2. The Lieutenant Governor in Cotincil hereby 
grants to the commodity board, in relation to the 
Tiarketing of milk locally within Ontario, authority 
"0 fix, impose or collect levies or charges from 
persons engaged in the production or marketing of 
milk and for such purpose to classify such persons 
into groups and fix the levies or charges payable by 
the members of the different groups in different 
amounts, and to use such levies or chaises for the 
purposes of the commodity board, including the 
creation of reserves, the payment of expenses 
and losses resulting from the sale or disposal of any 
such milk and the equalization or adjustment among 
producers of milk of moneys realized from the sale 
thereof during such j)eriod or periods of time as the 

ommodity board may determine, O. Reg. 483/78, 
2 



THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

O. Reg. 484/78. 

Levies or Charges — Cream. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



8943) 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE COMMODITY BOARDS AND 

MARKETING AGENCIES ACT, 1978 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— CREAM 

1. In this Regulation, 

(«) "commodity board" means The Ontario 
Cream Producers' Marketing Board con- 
stituted under Tlu Milk Ad; 

(6) "cream" means cream deUvered to a plant 
in Ontario for manufacture into creamery 
butter. O. Reg. 484/78, s. 1. 

2. The Lieutenant Governor in Council hereby 
grants to the commodity board, in relation to the 
marketing of cream locally within Ontario, authority 
to fix, impose and collect levies or charges from 
persons engaged in the production or marketing of 
cream and for such purpose to classify such persons 
into groups and fix the levies or charges payable 
by the members of the different groups in different 
amounts, and to use such levies or charges for the 
purposes of the commodity board, including the 
creation of reserves, the payment of expenses 
and losses resulting from the sale or disposal of any 
such cream and the equalization or adjustment 
among producers of cream of moneys reahzed from 
the sale thereof daring such period or periods of 
time as the commodity board may determine. 
O. Reg. 484/78, s. 2. 

3. Any person who receives cream shall deduct 
from the moneys payable for the cream any levies 
or charges payable to the commodity board by the 
person from whom he receives the cream and shall 
forward such levies or charges to the commodity 
board at its office. 50 Maitland Street, Toronto. 
Ontario, not later than ten dajrs from the last day of 
the month in which he received the cream. O. R^. 
484/78. s. 3- 

(8944) 28 

THE CROP INSLTIANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 485/78. 

Crop Insurance Plan for Flue-Cared 

Tobacco. 
Made— May 30th, 1978. 
Approved — June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1978. 



28 

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3476 O. Reg. 485/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 486/78 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 678/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Section 11 of the Schedule to Ontario 
Regulation 678/76, as amended by section 5 
of Ontario Regulation 599/77, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

11. — (1) Subject to subsection 2, the premium 
payable by an insured person is, 

(a) where the crop is insured under Section A 
of the endorsement, 80 cents per 100 
pounds for the first 30,000 pounds of 
coverage, decreasing by 3 cents per 100 
pounds for each 10,000 pounds of increase 
in coverage until a minimum rate of 35 cents 
per 100 pounds, applicable to any further 
coverage, is attained ; and 

(b) where the crop is insured under Section B 
of the endorsement, 60 cents per 100 
pounds for the first 30,000 pounds of 
coverage, decreasing by 2 cents per 100 
pounds for each 10,000 pounds of increase 
in coverage until a minimum rate of 40 
cents per 100 pounds, apphcable to any 
further coverage, is attained. 

(2) The premiums prescribed by subsection 1 
are based on a contract price of $1 per pound and 
where in any year there is a variation in the con- 
tract price, the amount of the premiums shall be 
adjusted accordingly. 

(3) The premiums prescribed by subsections 1 and 
2 are in addition to any payments in respect of 
premiums made by the Government of Canada 
under the Crop Insurance Act (Canada). 

The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of May, 1978. 
(8945) 28 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 486/78. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister under 

Section 446 of The Planning Act. 
Made— June 23rd, 1978. 
Filed— June 23rd, 1978. 



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REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF 

MINISTER UNDER SECTION 446 OF 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Subject to sections 2 and 3, all authority of 
the Minister under section 24 of The Condominium 
Act in respect of land situate in The District 
Municipality of Muskoka is hereby delegated to the 
council of The District Municipality of Muskoka. 
O. Reg. 486/78, s. 1. 

2. The delegation made in section 1 does not 
apply in respect of, 

(a) any application for approval or exemption 
of a description received by the Minister 
prior to the day this Order comes into 
force; or 

(b) any matter referred to in subsections 9, 
12a, 14, 15 and 16 of section 33 of The 
Planning Act unless any such matter relates 
to lands that are within a draft plan 
approved by the council under subsection 
12 of such section 33. O. Reg. 486/78, 
s. 2. 

3. The council, in exercising the authority dele- 
gated by section 1 shall comply with the following 
conditions, provided however that failure to comply 
with one or more of such conditions does not of 
itself terminate the delegation of authority: 

1 . The council shall assign to each application 
received a file number consisting of the 
figures "44", the letters "CDM", the 
last two figures of the year in which the 
application is received and a number 
corresponding to the order in which the 
application is received commencing with 
"001" and a new series of numbers shall be 
commenced each year. 

2. If the council decides not to confer, as 
referred to in subsection 3 of section 33 of 
The Planning Act, in respect of an apphca- 
tion for approval of a description, the 
council shall, in writing, so advise the 
clerk of the area municipality in which the 
land that is the subject of the application 
is situate, giving the reason or reasons why 
the council has decided not to confer on 
the application. 

3. If the council decides to confer as referred 
to in subsection 3 of section 33 of The 
Planning Act in respect of an appHcation 
for approval of a description, the council 
shall send a copy of the application and of 
the draft plan to which it relates to the 
clerk of the area municipality in which the 
land that is the subject of the appHcation 



O. Reg. 486/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 487/78 3477 



is situate, and to such other officials, 
commissions, authorities and other persons 
as the council considers appropriate. 

4. In conferring, as referred to in subsec- 
ticm 3, the council shaD allow sixty days 
for the making of written comments in 
respect of the appHcation for approval, 
such sixty days to commence from the 
date that a copy of the application is 
sent to the party conferred with, provided 
that the time for making comments may be 
extended by the council where the council 
is satisfied that there is good reason 
therefor. 

5. Where the council has not given or 
refused approval to an application for 
approval of a description or to an applica- 
tion for exemption of a description or a 
part thereof within ninety days of receipt 
of the application, the council shall forth- 
with provide the applicant and the clerk 
of the area municipality in which the land 
that is the subject of the application is 
situate with a report on the status of the 
application. 

6. Where the council gives approval to a 
draft plan under subsection 12 of section 33 
of The Planning Act and section 24 of 
The Condominium Act, such approval shall 
be shoMoi on the draft plan in the following 
form: 

Subject to the conditions, if any, set 

forth in our letter dated 

19.. this draft plan is approved under 
section 33 of The Planning Act and 
secticMi 24 of The Condominium Act 



this . 
19... 



day of 



Where conditions are imposed to the 
approval of a description, final approval 
of the description shall not be given until 
the area municipahty in which the land is 
situate has advised the council in writing 
that all of the requirements of the area 
municipality have been satisfied. 

Where the council gives approval to a 
final plan under subsection 14 of section 33 
of The Planning Act and section 24 of 
The Condominium Act. such approval 
shall be shown on the final plan in the 
following form : 



Parts approved and Part 

exempted under section 24 of The 

Condominium Ad and section 33 of 
The Planning Act by the council of 
The District Municipality of Muskoka 



this day of 

19... 



9. Where the final plan is to be registered 
under The Land Titles Act, the council 
shall not approve the final plan for regis- 
tration until the examiner of surveys 
appointed under The Land Titles Act has 
advised that the plan is acceptable for 
registration. 

10. The original of the final plan as approved 
together with all copies required for regis- 
tration under The Registry Actor The Land 
Titles Act, as the case may be, shall be 
forwarded by the council to the appro- 
priate Land Registry- Office. O. Reg. 
486/78. s 3. 

4. This Order comes into force on the 1st day of 
July, 1978. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June. 1978. 

(8947) 28 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 487/78. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister under 

Section 446 of The Planning Act. 
Made— June 23rd, 1978. 
FUed— June 23rd, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF 

MINISTER UNDER SECTION 44A OF 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Subject to sections 2 and 3, all authority of 
the Minister under section 24 of The Condominium 
Act in respect of land situate in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto is hereby delegated to the 
council of The Municipality of Metropobtan Toronto. 
O. Reg. 487/78, s. 1. 



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3478 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 487/78 



2. The delegation made in section 1 does not 
apply in respect of, 

(a) any application for approval or exemption 
of a description received by the Minister 
prior to the day this Order comes into 
force; or 

(6) any matter referred to in subsections 9, 
12a, 14, 15 and 16 of section 33 of The 
Planning Act unless any such matter 
relates to lands that are within a draft 
plan approved by the council under sub- 
section 12 of such section 33. O. Reg. 
487/78, s. 2. 

3. The council, in exercising the authority dele- 
gated by section 1 shall comply with the following 
conditions, provided however that failure to comply 
with one or more of such conditions does not of 
itself terminate the delegation of authority : 

1. The council shall assign to each applica- 
tion received a file number consisting of 
the figures "55", the letters "CDM", the 
last two figures of the year in which the 
application is received and a number 
corresponding to the order in which the 
application is received commencing with 
"001" and a new series of numbers shall be 
commenced each year. 

2. If the council decides not to confer, as 
referred to in subsection 3 of section 33 of 
The Planning Act, in respect of an applica- 
tion for approval of a description, the 
council shall, in writing, so advise the 
clerk of the area municipality in which 
the land that is the subject of the applica- 
tion is situate, giving the reason or 
reasons why the council has decided not to 
confer on the application. 

3. If the council decides to confer as referred 
to in subsection 3 of section 33 of The 
Planning Act in respect of an application 
for approval of a description, the council 
shall send a copy of the application and of 
the draft plan to which it relates to the 
clerk of the area municipality in which the 
land that is the subject of the application 
is situate, and to such other officials, com- 
missions, authorities and other persons as 
the council considers appropriate. 

4. In conferring, as referred to in subsection 3, 
the council shall allow sixty days for the 
making of written comments in respect 
of the application for approval, such 
sixty days to commence from the date 
that a copy of the application is sent to 
the party conferred with, provided that the 
time for making comments may be ex- 
tended by the council where the council is 
satisfied that there is good reason therefor. 

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5. Where the council has not given or 
refused approval to an application for 
approval of a description or to an applica- 
tion for exemption of a description or a 
part thereof within ninety days of receipt 
of the application, the council shall forth- 
with provide the applicant and the clerk 
of the area municipality in which the land 
that is the subject of the application is 
situate with a report on the status of the 
application. 

6. Where the council gives approval to a 
draft plan under subsection 12 of sec- 
tion 33 of The Planning Act and section 24 
of The Condominium Act, such approval 
shall be shown on the draft plan in the 
following form : 

Subject to the conditions, if any, set 

forth in our letter dated 

19.. this draft plan is approved under 
section 33 of The Planning Act and 
section 24 of The Condominium Act 



this 
19.. 



day of 



Where conditions are imposed to the 
approval of a description, final approval 
of the description shall not be given 
until the area municipality in which the 
land is situate has advised the council in 
writing that all of the requirements of the 
area municipality have been satisfied. 



Where the council gives approval to a 
final plan under subsection 14 of section 33 
of The Planning Act and section 24 of 
The Condominium Act, such approval shall 
be shown on the final plan in the following 
form: 

Parts approved and Part .... 

exempted under section 24 of The Con- 
dominium Act and section 33 of The 
Planning Act by the council of The 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 



this 
19.. 



day of 



O. Reg. 487/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 489/78 3479 



1^ 



9. Where the final plan is to be roistered 
under The Land Titles Act. the councfl 
shall not approve the final plan for regis- 
tration until the examiner of surveys 
appointed under The Land TUUs Act has 
advised that the plan is acceptaUe for 
registration. 

10. The original of the final plan as approved 
together with all copies required for r^is- 
tration under The Registry Act or The Land 
Titles Act, as the case may be, shaD be 
forwarded by the councfl to the appro- 
priate Land Registry Office. O. Reg. 
487/78. s. 3. 

4. This Order comes into force oa the 1st day of 
July, 1978. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of Jane, 1978. 

(8948) 28 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 488/78. 
Construction Zones. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Ffled— June 23rd. 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 411 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1970 



1. Schedule 42 to Regulation 411 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is amended by 
adding thereto the foDowing [>aragraph : 

64. That part of the King's Highway known as 

No. 7 in the Township of Goulboum in The 

~;'-gional MunicipaJity of Ottawa-Carleton lying 

tween a point situate at its intersection with the 

:.e between lots 14 and 15 in Concession 12 and a 

int situate at its inteisecticm with the line 

-tween lots 19 and 20 in the said Concession 12. 

V.P. 441-64-02(1) (D.9) 

2. Schedule 47 to the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following paragraph : 

107. That part of the King's Highwray known as 

Xo. 17 in the Township of West Carle ton in The 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton lying 

-tween a point situate at its intersection with the 

ne between concessions 4 and 5 and a point 

:uate at its intersection with the line between 

- xs 17 and 18 in Concession 6. (W.P. 441-644)2(2) 

D.9) 



3. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 269 

HIGHWAY NO. 44 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 44 in the Township of West Carleton in The 
Regional Municipahty of Ottawa-Carleton lying 
between a point situate at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 17 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the line between 
concessions 5 and 6. (W.P. 441-64-02(3) (D.9) 
O. Reg. 488/78. s. 3. 

J. W. Ssow 

Minister of TransportmHon and 

Co mm unications 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of June. 1978. 

(8949) 28 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 489/78. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made— June 23rd, 1978. 
FUed— June 23rd. 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGUL-ATION 473,73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Ontikrio R^ulaticm 473/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the f<rflowing section : 

51. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in |>aragraphs 1 and 2 
of Schedule 39 may each be used for the erecti<m and 
use thereon of a single-family dwelling and buildings 
and structures accessory thereto. O. Reg. 489/78, 
s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 39 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Markham in The R^onal Municipahty of York, 
formerly in the Township of Markham in the 
County- of York, being composed of that part of 
Lot 7. on the south side of Helen Avenue, accord- 
ing to a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 



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3480 O. Reg. 489/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 491/78 



for the Registry Division of Toronto Boroughs and 
York South (No. 64) as Number 2196 and designated 
on a Plan deposited in the said Land Registry 
Office as Number 64R-6769 as follows : 

1. Part 1 

2. Part 2 O. Reg. 489/78, s. 2. 

W. D. McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June, 1978. 

(8950) 28 

THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

O.Reg. 490/78. 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to 

Waterways — Cataraqui Region. 
Made— June 1st, 1978. 
Approved — June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 23rd, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 996/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 4 of Schedule 2 to Ontario 
Regulation 996/76 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 

4. In the Township of Pittsburgh in the County of 
Frontenac and being composed of : 

i. All of lots 1 to 20, both inclusive, in 
Concession east of the Greater Cataraqui 
River. 

ii. All of lots C and D east of the Greater 
Cataraqui River. 

iii. All of lots A, B, C, D and E adjoining 
the Military Reserve. 

iv. All of Lot 22 (or Gore Lot). 

V. All of lots 1 to 20, both inclusive, in 
Concession I. 

vi. All of lots 1 to 38, both inclusive, in 
Concession II. 

vii. All of lots 1 to 25, both inclusive, and 
all those parts of lots 26 to 38, both inclusive, 
lying south of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 2 in Concession 
III. 



viii. All of lots 1 to 28, both inclusive, in 
Concession IV. 

ix. All of lots 5 to 26, both inclusive, in 
Concession V. 

X. All of lots 20 and 21, in Concession VI 
and all those parts of lots 15, 16, 17, 18 
and 19 lying south of the Rideau Canal in 
Concession VI. 

xi. All those parts of lots 21 and 22 lying 
south of the Rideau Canal in Concession 
VII and all that part of Lot 23 lying south 
of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 15 in Concession VII. 

xii. All that portion of the township between 
the high-water mark of the St. Lawrence 
River and the southern boundary of the 
township. 

(2) Paragraph 6 of the said Schedule 2 is amended 
by adding thereto the following subpara- 
graphs : 

iv. Lots 12 and 13 in Concession VII. 

V. Lots 7 to 13, both inclusive, in Concession 
VI; 

vi. Lots 4 to 10, both inclusive, in Concession 
V. 

The Cataraqui Region Conservation- 
Authority ; 

James Stoness 

Chairman 

J. A. Parker 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated at Kingston, this 1st day of June, 1978. 
(8951) 28 

THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

O.Reg. 491/78. 

Licence to Possess Nets. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 23rd, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

LICENCE TO POSSESS NETS 

1. — (1) A licence to possess a gill, hoop, pound, 
seine, trap or trawl net shall be in a form furnished 
by the Ministry of Natureil Resources and shall be 
issued without payment of a fee. 



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O. Reg. 491/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 493/78 3481 



(2) A licence referred to in subsection 1 expires 
with the 31st day of January next folloMong the 

date on which it is issued. O. Reg. 491/78, s. 1. 



(8952) 



28 



THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 492/78. 

The North of Superior District Roman 

Catholic Separate School Board. 
Made— June 14th. 1978. 
Filed— June 26th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 957/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

1. Paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 1 of 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 957/76, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
235/77, are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

1. The townships of Dorion, Manitouwadge, 
Nakina, Nipigon, Schreiber and Terrace 
Bay. 

2. The Improvement District of Red Rock. 

2. Paragraph 5 of section 4 of the said R^u- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

5. One by the separate school electors of the 
Township of Nakina. 



28 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 493/78. 

Restricted Areas — Geographic Town- 
ships of Hanlan, Casgrain. Kendall, 
Way and Lowther in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane. 

Made— June 23rd, 1978. 

Filed— June 27th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

iSTRICTED AREAS— GEOGRAPHIC TOWN- 
IIPS OF HANLAN, CASGRAIN, KENDALL, 
jTAY AND LOWTHER IN THE TERRITORIAL 
DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 

INTERPRETATION 

11. In this Order, 



1. "accessory", when used to describe a use, 
building or structure, means a use, build- 
ing or structure that is normally incidental 
or subordinate to the principal use, build- 
ing or structure located on the same lot; 

2. "agricultural use" means a use of land, 
buildings or structures for the purpose of 
forestry, field crops, fruit farming, market 
gardening, dairying, animal husbandry, 
poultry raising, beekeeping and such uses 
as are customarily and normally related 
to agriculture; 



3. "automobile service station' 
place where. 



means a 



(i) gasoline and oil are kept for retail 
sale and sold by retail, 

(ii) only minor and emergency repairs 
and services may be performed, 
and 

(iii) grease, anti-freeze, tires and auto- 
mobile parts may be sold as inci- 
dental to the above operations; 

4. "commercial use" means the use of land, 
buildings or structures for the purpose of 
buying and selling commodities or supply- 
ing services; 

5. "dwelling unit" means one or more hab- 
itable rooms occupied or capable of being 
occupied by a family as an independent 
and separate housekeeping establishment 
in which separate kitchen and sanitary 
facilities are provided for the exclusive 
use of such family with a private entrance 
from outside the building or from a 
common hallway or stairway inside the 
building ; 

6. "family" means, 

(i) a person, 

(ii) two or more persons interrelated 
by bonds of consanguinity, legal 
adoption or marriage, or 

(iii) not more than five persons not 
interrelated as set out in subclause 
ii, living as a single housekeeping 
unit in one dwelling unit; 

7. "front lot line" means the lot line that 
divides a lot from a street, right-of-way. 
Crown shoreUne reserve or high water mark 
of a river or lake, and 

(i) in the case of a comer lot, the 
shorter lot line that abuts a street, 
right-of-way. Crown shoreline 



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3482 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 493/78 



reserve or high water mark of river 
or lake shall be the front lot line, 
and 

(ii) where a lot abuts both a lake and 
a road, the lot line abutting the 
road shall be the front lot line; 

8. "front yard" means a yard extending 
across the full width of the lot between 
the front lot line and the nearest main 
wall of the main building or structure on 
the lot ; 

9. "garage" means a building accessory to a 
single-family dwelling or seasonal dwelling 
used primarily for the storage of one or 
more vehicles but does not include a garage 
used for commercial purposes; 

10. "ground floor area" means the area of the 
lowest storey of a building, excluding any 
basement or cellar, which area is measured 
between the exterior faces of the exterior 
walls of the floor level of the said storey; 

11. "health authority" means a medical officer 
of health or any branch of any ministry 
of the Province of Ontario that has the 
responsibility for approving waste disposal 
and water systems; 

12. "home occupation" means any occupa- 
tion for gain or support conducted entirely 
within a dwelling unit by members of the 
family residing in the dwelling unit; 

13. "lot" means a parcel of land, 

(i) described in a deed or other docu- 
ment legally capable of conveying 
land, or 

(ii) shown as a lot or block on a regis- 
tered plan of subdivision ; 



14. 



"lot area" means the total horizontal 
area within the lot lines of a lot ; 



15. "lot coverage" means the percentage of 
the lot area covered by the ground floor 
area of all buildings situate on the lot ; 

16. "lot frontage" means the horizontal dis- 
tance between the side lot lines and where 
such lot lines are not parallel the lot 
frontage shall be the distance between the 
side lot lines measured on a line parallel 
to the front lot line and 25 feet distant 
therefrom ; 

17. "mobile home" means any dwelling unit 
that is designed to be made mobile and 
constructed and manufactured to provide 
a permanent residence for one or more 

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persons, but does not include a travel 
trailer or tent trailer or trailer otherwise 
designed ; 

18. "parking space" means an area set aside 
for the purpose of the parking of vehicles 
with access to a street or a private lane 
that has access to a street ; 

19. "public access point" means public land 
designated by the Crown and developed 
and maintained by the Ministry of Natural 
Resources as a public access to a water 
body; 

20. "public building" means any building or 
structure owned or leased by a municipal 
corporation, the Province of Ontario or 
the Government of Canada and in which 
government activities are carried out ; 

21. "pubhc utility" means a water works or 
water supply system, sewage works, elec- 
trical power or energy generating trans- 
mission or distribution system, street 
lighting system, natural or artificial gas 
works or supply system, a transportation 
system or a telephone system, and includes 
any lands, buildings or equipment required 
for the administration or operation of any 
such system; 

22. "rear lot line" means the lot line opposite 
the front lot line; 

23. "rear yard" means a yard extending across 
the full width of a lot between the rear 
lot line and the nearest main wall of the 
main building on such lot ; 

24. "seasonal dwelling" means a separate 
building containing only one dwelling unit 
to be used for recreation, rest or relaxation 
by a family but not occupied or intended 
to be occupied as a permanent residence 
or home; 

25. "service shop" means a building or part 
of a building where services are provided 
and includes barber shops, hairdressing 
salons and facilities for the repair or 
servicing of goods, commodities, articles 
or materials but not the manufacture 
thereof ; 

26. "side lot line" means a lot fine other than 
a front or rear lot line ; 

27. "side yard" means a yard between the 
nearest main wall of the main building or 
structure and the side lot line extending 
from the front lot line to the rear lot 
line; 






0. Reg. 493/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3483 



28. "single-family dwelling" means a separate 
building containing only one dwelling 
unit; 

29. "street" means a public highway that is 
a principal means of access to abutting 
lots that is under the jurisdiction of the 
Province of Ontario or a local roads board 
or is a road within a registered plan of 
subdivision ; 

30. "total floor area" means the total area of 
all floors contained within the outside 
walls of a building excluding, in the case 
of a dwelling, the floor area of a garage, 
porch, verandah, unfinished attic, base- 
ment or cellar; 

31. "waste" includes ashes, garbage, refuse, 
domestic waste, industrial waste or muni- 
cipal waste; 

32. "waste dispKJsal site" means land approved 
by the Ministry of the Environment upon, 
into or in which waste may be deposited 
or processed; 

33. "yard" means a space open from the ground 
to the sky on the lot on which a building 
is situate unoccupied except for such 
accessory buildings as are sjjecifically per- 
mitted in the Order. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 1. 

APPLICATION 

2. This Order applies to all the lands in the 
geographic Townships of Hanlan, Casgrain, Kendall, 
Way and Lowther in the Territorial District of 
Cochrane. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 2. 

PART I 

GENERAL 

3. No land shaU hereafter be used and no building 
or structure shall hereafter be erected or used except 
in accordance with the terms of this Order, but 
nothing in this Order prevents the use of any land, 
building or structure for a purpose prohibited by 
this Order if such land, building or structure was 
lawfully used for such purpose on the day this 
Order comes into force. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 3. 

CLASSIFICATION OF ZONES 

4. For the purposes of this Order, all of the lands 
in the geographic townships of Hanlan, Casgrain, 
Kendall, Way and Lowther in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane are divided into Rural Resi- 
dential Zones, Resort Residential Zones, General 
Commercial Zones, Institutional Zones, Industrial 
Zones, Pits and Quarries Zones, Natural Resource 
Zones and Open Space Zones as shown on maps 
filed in the Office of the Registrar of Regulations 
at Toronto as Numbers 2248 to 2257, the said zones 
being designated on the maps as set out in the 
Table. 



TABLE 



Name of Zone 


Symbol on Map 


Rural Residential Zone 


RR 


Resort Residential Zone 


SR 


General Commercial Zone 


C 


Institutional Zone 


I 


Industrial Zone 


IN 


Pits and Quarries Zone 


PQ 


Natural Resource Zone 


NR 


Open Space Zone 


OS 



O. Reg. 493/78, s. 4. 



REBUILDING AND REPAIRS 

5. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction of any building or structure that is 
damaged or destroyed by causes beyond the control 
of the owner, provided that the dimensions of the 
original building or structure are not increased or 
its original use altered and the prior approval of 
the health authority is obtained. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthen- 
ing or restoration to a safe condition of any building 
or structure or part of any such building or 
structure. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 5. 



FRONTAGE ON A STREET 



6. Subject to subsection 5 of section 25 and sub- 
sections 3 and 4 of section 41, no person shall 
erect any building or structure unless the lot upoiv 
which such building or structure is to be erected 
fronts upon a street. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 6. 



OCCUPANCY OF PARTIALLY COMPLETED 
DWELLINGS PROHIBITED 

7. No building shall be used for human habitation 
until, 

(a) the main walls and roofs have been 
erected ; 

(b) the external siding and roofing have been 
completed; and 

(c) water, sanitary and heating facihties have 
been installed and are able to be operated. 
O. Reg. 493/78, s. 7. 



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O. Reg. 493/78 



HEIGHT LIMITATIONS 



8. The height limitations of this Order do not 
apply to church spires, water tanks, public buildings, 
elevator enclosures, flag poles, television or radio 
antennae, ventilators, sky-lights, chimneys, grain 
elevators, barns or silos. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 8. 

ACCESSORY USES 

9. — (1) Accessory buildings or structures are 
permitted in any zone. 

(2) No building or structure may be used as an 
accessory building or structure accessory to a 
dweUing unit except a boathouse, steam bath or 
bathhouse, storage or tool shed, garage, swimming 
pool or greenhouse. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 9. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCESSORY BUILDINGS 
AND STRUCTURES 

10. — (1) Accessory buildings and structures shall, 
unless otherwise provided in this Order, 

(a) be erected only in the rear or side yard; 

(6) be located not less than 5 feet from a side 
lot line and not less than 2 feet from the 
rear lot line ; 

(c) not be closer to the front lot line than 
any single-family dwelling on the same 
lot; 

(d) not be used for human habitation; 

(e) not exceed 5 per cent in total lot coverage ; 
and 

(/) not exceed 35 feet in height. 

(2) The lot coverage of garages and swimming 
pools shall not be included in the determination of 
total lot coverage of accessory buildings and 
structures. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 10. 

EXTENSIONS OR ENLARGEMENTS 

11. — (1) Single-family dwelhngs and seasonal 
dwellings existing on the day this Order comes 
into force may be extended or enlarged where the 
following requirements are met when the extension 
or enlargement is completed: 

Minimum front yard 25 feet 

Minimum side yards 5 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

(2) Buildings and structures accessory to 
dweUing units existing on the day this Order comes 
into force may be extended or enlarged where the 
buildings or structures as extended or enlarged 



comply with the requirements of subsection 1 of 
section 10 when completed. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 11. 



ONE SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING PER LOT 

12. Where single-family dwellings or seasonal 
dwellings are permitted, not more than one dwelling 
unit shall be erected on any lot, but this section 
does not prohibit the erection of accessory build- 
ings or structures. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 12. 

GARAGES ON PRIVATE LANES 

13. Where the entrance to a private garage is 
from a private lane, the garage shall be located not 
less than four feet from the lot line abutting the 
lane. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 13. 

BOATHOUSES 

14. Where a lot abuts navigable water, a boat- 
house, as an accessory building, may be erected 
up to that portion of the lot line that abuts the 
water. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 14. 

TEMPORARY USES PERMITTED 

15. A tool shed, scaffold or other building or 
structure incidental to construction on the lot where 
it is situate may be maintained on the lot until the 
construction is completed or abandoned. O. Reg. 
493/78, s. 15. 

EXISTING BUILDINGS 

16. Where a building has been erected prior to 
the date this Order comes into force on a lot 
having less than, 

(a) the minimum frontage or area; or 

(b) the minimum front yard, side yard or rear 
yard required by this Order, 

the said building may be extended, enlarged, 
repaired or renovated if there is no further reduc- 
tion in any yard that is less than the minimum 
prescribed by this Order and all other requirements 
of this Order are met. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 16. 



LOTS HAVING INSUFFICIENT FRONTAGE 
OR AREA 

17. Where a lot with less than the minimum 
frontage or area required by this Order exists prior 
to this Order coming into force, this Order shall 
not prevent the erection of one single-family 
dwelling or seasonal dwelling provided that all 
other provisions of this Order are met. O. Reg. 
493/78, s. 17. 



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3485 



OFF-STREET PARKING 



18. No building listed in Column 1 of the Table 
shall be erected unless a minimum number of 
parking spaces are provided in accordance with the 
requirements set out opposite thereto in Column 2. 



TABLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Single-family dwell- 
ing or seasonal dwell- 
ing 

A building used for 
both residential uses 
and a retail store or 
service shop 

A building used as 
a retail store or a 
service shop 

Churches, commu- 
nity or recreation 
centres and buildings 
for the use of frater- 
nal organizations or 
private clubs 


One parking space or one 
garage or carport for each 
dwelhng unit 

One parking space or one 
garage or carport for each 
dwelling unit and one park- 
ing space for each 300 
square feet of total floor 
area in the portion of the 
building used as a retail 
store or a service shop 

One parking space for each 
300 square feet of total 
floor area 

One parking space for 
every 5 seats or 10 feet 
of bench space and, where 
there are no fixed scats, 
one parking space for each 
100 square feet of total 
floor area 



O. Reg. 493/78, s. 18. 



home occupations 



19. Where a home occupation is a permitted 



(a) no external display or advertising is per- 
mitted except a sign having a total display 
area not exceeding two square feet ; 

{b) no goods or materials shall be stored out- 
side the dwelhng unit; 

(c) not more than 25 per cent of the total floor 
area of the dwelling unit shall be used for 
the home occupation; and 

(d) no person shall be employed in the home 
occupation except. 



(i) the members of the family residing 
in the dwelling unit, or 



(ii) in the case of a dentist, physician 
or veterinarian, a staff of one person. 
O. Reg. 493/78, s. 19. 



PART II 

20. This Part applies to the Rural Residential 
Zones. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 20. 

PERMITTED USES 

21. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Rural Residen- 
tial Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) single-family dweUings; 

{b) mobile homes; 

(c) retail stores with a maximum ground floor 
area of 2,500 square feet; and 

(d) service shops with a maximum ground floor 
area of 2,500 square feet. O. Reg. 493/78, 
s. 21. 

22. Requirements for principal buildings and 
structures permitted in the Rural Residential Zones 
are established as follows: 

1. Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

2. Minimum lot frontage 100 feet 

3. Maximum lot 

coverage 15 per cent 

4. Minimum front yard 25 feet 

5. Minimum side yards 5 feet 



6. Minimum rear yard 

7. Maximum height 

8. Minimum ground 
floor area 



25 feet 
30 feet 



one storey — 1 ,000 square 

feet 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 750 square feet 

O. Reg. 493/78, s. 22. 



PART III 

23. This Part applies to the Resort Residential 
Zones. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 23. 

PERMITTED USES 

24. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Resort Residen- 
tial Zones is prohibited except. 



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3486 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

(a) seasonal dwellings; 

(b) public parks, playgrounds and picnic areas ; 

(c) churches; and 



O. Reg. 493/78 



(d) community or recreation centres and 
buildings for the use of fraternal organ- 
izations or private clubs. O. Reg. 493/78, 
s. 24. 

25. — (1) Requirements for seasonal dwellings are 
established as follows : 

1. Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

2. Minimum lot frontage 100 feet 

3. Maximum lot 

coverage 15 per cent 

4. Minimum front yard 50 feet 

5. Minimum side yards 5 feet 

6. Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

7. Maximum height 30 feet 

(2) Notwithstanding paragraph 4 of subsection 1, 
where the front lot line abuts a Crown shoreline 
reserve, the minimum front yard shall be five feet. 

(3) The minimum lot frontage for playgrounds 
and picnic areas is 100 feet. 

(4) Requirements for churches, community or 
recreation centres and buildings for the use of 
fraternal organizations or private clubs are estab- 
lished as follows: 

1. Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

2. Minimum lot frontage 100 feet 



3. Maximum lot 
coverage 



25 per cent 



4. Minimum side yards one-half of the height of 

building 

5. Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

6. Maximum height 35 feet 

(5) Notwithstanding section 6, seasonal dwellings 
may be constructed on lots having water access if 
there is a developed pubhc access point. O. Reg. 
493/78, s. 25. 

PART IV 

26. This Part applies to the General Commercial 
Zones. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 26. 

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PERMITTED USES 



27. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the General 
Commercial Zones is prohibited except. 



(a) retail stores; 

(b) service shops; 

(c) business and professional offices; 

(d) hotels; 
{e) motels; 

(/) automobile service stations ; 

(g) theatres; and 

(A) places of amusement and recreation. O.Reg. 
493/78, s. 27. 



28. Requirements for retail stores, service shops, 
business and professional offices, theatres and 
places of amusement and recreation are established 
as follows: 

1. Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

2. Minimum lot frontage 100 feet 

3. Minimum front yard 25 feet 

4. Minimum side yards one-half of the height of 

building 



5. Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

6. Maximum height 35 feet 



7. Maximum ground 
floor area 



5,000 square feet 

O. Reg. 493/78, s. 28. 



29. — (1) Subject to subsection 3, requirements 
for automobile service stations are established as 
follows : 

1. Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

2. Minimum lot frontage 125 feet 

3. Maximum lot 
coverage 20 per cent 

4. Minimum front yard 30 feet 

5. Minimum rear yard 10 feet 

6. Minimum side yards 10 feet 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3487 



(2) Notwithstanding paragraph 2 of subsection 1, 
gasoline pumps may be located in the front yard 
but not >¥ithin twenty feet of the front lot line. 

(3) Notwithstanding paragraphs 5 and 6 of sub- 
section 1, where a lot upon which an automobile 
service station is situated abuts a lot upon which a 
single-family dwelling is erected, the minimum side 
and rear yard requirements for any side or rear 
yard that so abuts are established as follows: 



1 . Minimum side yard 

2. Minimum rear )rard 



20 feet 
20 feet 

O. Reg. 493/78, s. 29. 



PART V 

30. This Part applies to the Institutional Zones. 
O. Reg. 493/78, s. 30. 



PERMITTED USES 

31. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Institutional 
Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) hospitals; 

(b) clinics; 

(c) nursing homes ; 

(d) schools; 

(e) churches; and 

(/) public buildings. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 31. 

32. Requirements for principal buildings and 
structures permitted within the Institutional Zones 
are established as follows: 

1. Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

2. Minimum lot frontage 100 feet 

3. Minimum front yard 25 feet 

4. Minimum side yards 5 feet 

5. Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

6. Maximum height 35 feet 

O. Reg. 493/78, s. 32. 

PART VI 

33. This Part applies to the Industrial Zones. 
O. Reg. 493/78, s. 33. 



PERMITTED USES 

34. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Industrial 
Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) manufacturing; 

(6) processing; 

(c) warehousing; 

{d) wholesaling; 

(e) repairing and servicing; 

(/) transportation terminals; and 

{g) storage of goods. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 34. 

35. — (1) Requirements for uses, buildings and 
structures permitted in the Industrial Zones are 
established as follows: 

1 . Minimum lot area 1 acre 

2. Minimum lot frontage 150 feet 

(2) Requirements for principal buildings and 
structures permitted in the Industrial Zones are 
established as follows: 

1. Minimum front 3rard 15 feet 

2. Minimum side jrards 15 feet 

3. Minimum rear yzid 15 feet 

4. Maximum height 50 feet 

O. R^. 493/78. s. 35. 

PART VII 

36. This Part applies to the Pits and Quarries 
Zones. O. Reg. 493/78. s. 36. 

PERMITTED USES 

37. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Pits and 
Quarries Zones is prohibited except the making or 
establishment of. 

(a) sand and gravel pits; 

(6) quarries; 

(c) aggregate storage areas ; 

(i) asphalt and ready mix concrete plants; 

{e) stone crushing plants; and 



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3488 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

(/) aggregate batching plants, 
and uses accessory thereto. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 37. 



38. — (1) Notwithstanding section 10 and subject 
to subsection 2, requirements for buildings and 
structures, including accessory buildings and struc- 
tures, permitted in the Pits and Quarries Zones 
are established as follows: 



1. Minimum distance 
from front lot line 



150 feet 



2. Minimum distance 

from any side lot line 100 feet 

3. Minimum distance 

from rear lot line 100 feet 

4. Maximum height 40 feet 

(2) No use permitted by section 37 shall be carried 
on within, 

(a) 200 feet of any part of a Rural Residential 
Zone or a Resort Residential Zone; and 

(ft) 150 feet of any part of a street. O. Reg. 
493/78, s. 38. 



PART VIII 

39. This Part applies to the Natural Resource 
Zones. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 39. 

40. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Natural 
Resource Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) agriculture; 

(ft) forestry areas ; 

(c) conservation areas; 

(d) recreation areas; 

(e) logging and lumber camps; 

(/) a single-family dwelling used in connec- 
tion with a use permitted by clauses a, 
ft, c, d and e; 

(g) private hunting and fishing camps; 

(A) seasonal dwellings ; and 

(»■) public utilities. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 40. 



41. — (1) Requirements for any single-family 
dwelling permitted by clause / of section 40 and, 
notwithstanding section 10, for any building or 



O. Reg. 493/78 



structure accessory to any uses permitted by clauses 
a, ft, c, d and e of the said section 40 are established 
as follows: 



1. Minimum lot area 



25 acres 



2. Minimum distance of 
any building or struc- 
ture from any lot line 50 feet 

(2) Requirements for private hunting and fishing 
camps and buildings and structures accessory thereto 
and seasonal dwellings are established as follows : 

1. Minimum lot area 15,000 square feet 

2. Minimum lot frontage 100 feet 

3. Minimum front yard 25 feet 

4. Minimum side yards 5 feet 

5. Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

6. Maximum height 35 feet 

(3) Section 6 does not apply to private hunting 
and fishing camps and logging and lumber camps 
located on Crown land where the approval of the 
Ministry of Natural Resources has been granted. 

(4) Notwithstanding section 6, seasonal dwellings 
may be constructed on lots having water access if 
there is a develof)ed public access point. O. Reg. 
493/78, s. 41. 

PART IX 

42. This Part applies to the Open Space Zones. 
O. Reg. 493/78, s. 42. 

PERMITTED USES 

43. Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Open Space 
Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) conservation areas; 

(ft) forestry areas; 

(c) tree nurseries; 

{d) parks and playgrounds; 

(e) a single-family dwelling used in connec- 
tion with any of the uses permitted by 
clauses a, ft, c or i; and 

(/) public utilities. O. Reg. 493/78, s. 43. 

44. Requirements for any single-family dwelling 
permitted by clause e of section 43 and, notwith- 
standing section 10, for any building or structure 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 494/78 3489 



accessofy to any uses permitted by clauses m, b. 
c and d of the said section 43 are established as 
follows : 



1. Minimum lot area 



25 acres 



2. Minimum distance of 
any building or struc- 
ture from any lot line 25 feet 

O. Reg. 493/78, s. 44. 

Claude Bennett 
MimsUr of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June, 1978. 

(8967) 28 



THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 494/78. 

Fin and Construction — Hamilton Region. 

Made— May 26th, 1978. 

Approved — June 21st, 1978. 

Filed— June 27th, 1978 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 118 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO 

MADE UNDER 

THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 



1970 



1. Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to R^ulation 118 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, are 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 1 

That part of the area under the jurisdiction of 
the Hamilton Region Conservation Authority com- 
prising lands within the Town of Dundas, in The 
Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth, 
more specifically described as f c^ows : 

1. The valley containing Spencer Credc and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

2. The valley containing Borer's Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

3. Certain sections of the Dundas Valley within 
the Town of Dundas. 

4. Certain sectiois of the Niagara Escarpment 
along the north limit of the Town of Dundas. 

5. Certain other areas within the Town of Dundas, 



and bdng those areas as shown on maps filed in the 
Office of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as 
Nos. 2258 to 2271, both inclusive. O. Reg. 494/78, 
s. 1, part. 

Schedule 2 

That part of the area onder the jnrisdictian of the 
Hamilton Regi<m Cooservatian Authority comprising 
lands within the Town of Stoney Creek, in The 
Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, 
more specifically described as follows : 

1. The valleys containing Stoney Creek and 
Battlefield Creek and its tributaries within the 
Town <rf Ston^ Creek. 

2. The valleys containing several unnamed minor 
creeks and tributaries draining into Lake 
Ontario within the Town of Stoney Creek. 

3. The valley attaining Fifty Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Stoney Creek. 

4. Certain sections of the Niagara Escarpment 
within the Town of Stoney Creek. 

5. Certain other areas within the Town of Stoney 
Creek. 

and being those areas as shown on maps filed in 
the Office of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto 
as Nos. 2272 to 2341, both inclusive. O. Reg. 
494/78, s.l.^«r<. 



Schedule 3 

That part of the area under the jurisdiction of the 
Hamilton Region Conservation Authority comprising 
lands within the Town of Ancaster, in The Regional 
Manidpahty of Hamilton-Wentworth, more specifi- 
cally described as follows : 

1. The valley containing Sulf^ur CnA and its 
tributaries within the Town of Ancaster. 

2. The valley containing Ancaster Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Ancaster. 

3. The valley containing Spring Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Ancaster. 

4. The valley containing Chedoke Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town <rf Ancaster. 

5. Certain sections of the Niagara Escarpment 
within the Town of Ancaster. 

6. Certain sectimis erf the Dundas Valley within 
the Town of Ancaster. 



7. Certain other areas within the Town <rf Ancaster, 



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3490 O. Reg. 494/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 495/78 



and being those areas as shown on maps filed in the 
Office of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as 
Nos. 2342 to 2367, both inclusive. O. Reg. 494/78, 
s. I, part. 

2. Schedule 6 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 117/72, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

Schedule 6 

That part of the area under the jurisdiction of the 
Hamilton Region Conservation Authority comprising 
lands within the Township of Flamborough, in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth, 
more specifically described as follows : 

1. The valley containing Spencer Creek and its 
tributaries within the Township of Flamborough. 

2. The valley containing Borer's Creek and its 
tributaries within the Township of Flamborough. 

3. Certain sections of the Niagara Escarpment 
within the Township of Flamborough. 

4. Certain sections of the Dundas Valley within 
the Township of Flamborough. 

5. Certain sections of the Beverly Swamp within 
the Township of Flamborough. 

6. Certain other areas within the Township of 
Flamborough, 

and being those areas as shown on maps filed in the 
Office of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as 
Nos. 2368 to 2449, both inclusive. O. Reg. 494/78, 
s. 2. 

3. Schedule 7 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 30/74, is 
revoked. 

Hamilton Region Conservation Authority: 

William Powell 

Chairman 

B. W. Vanderbrug 
Secretary- Treasurer 



Dated at Ancaster, this 26th day of May, 1978. 



(8968) 



28 



THE SECURITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 495/78. 

General. 

Made— June 21st, 1978. 

Filed— June 27th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 794 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE SECURITIES ACT 

1. Subsection 2 of section 3 of Regulation 794 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
270/76, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(2) An applicant for designation as a partner or 
officer pursuant to subsection 2 of section 6 of the 
Act shall complete and execute Form 2 or Form 2a 
unless the information required by Form 2 or Form 2a 
has previously been filed by the apphcant. O. Reg. 
495/78, s. 1. 

2. Clause i of subsection 1 of section 5 of the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 160/72, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 

(i) an information statement for each new 
partner, officer or director completed and 
executed in accordance with Form 2 or 
Form 2a unless the information required by 
Form 2 or Form 2a has previously been 
filed by the new partner, officer or director. 

3. Paragraph 5 of subsection 6 of section 6 of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

5. The registrant shall issue a direction to its 
auditor instructing the auditor to act at 
the request of the Commission or the 
Director in conducting an interim audit, 
the expense of which shall be borne by the 
registrant, and a copy of such direction 
shall be filed with the Director together 
with the apphcation for registration and 
immediately after the registrant changes 
its auditor. 



4. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

89. Registration is not required as an adviser by a 
broker or investment dealer acting as a portfolio 
manager where, 

(a) The Toronto Stock Exchange, in the case 
of a broker, or the Investment Dealers' 
Association of Canada, in the case of an 
investment dealer, as the self-regulatory 
body to whose discipline the broker or 
investment dealer is subject, has passed 
by-laws or regulations that, 

(i) govern the activities of its members 
as portfolio managers. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 4%/78 3491 



(ii) impose standards and conditions 
applicable to all members managing 
the investment pwrtfolios of clients 
through discretionary authority 
granted by the chents, 

(iii) are substantially equivalent to the 
requirements and conditions of re- 
gistration for fXJrt folio managers set 
out in subsection 206 of section 6, 
and 

(iv) together with any amendments 
thereto, have been approved by the 
Commission as the substantial 
equivalent of the requirements and 
conditions of registration for port- 
foho managers set out in subsection 
206 of section 6 ; 

(b) The Toronto Stock Exchange or the 
Investment Dealers' Association of Canada, 
as the case may be, has, 

(i) recognized certain activities of the 
broker or investment dealer as being 
the equivalent of those of a port- 
folio manager and has so advised 
the Commission, and 

(ii) with respect to the broker or invest- 
ment dealer, provided the Com- 
mission with, 

a. the names of any partner, 
director, officer or employee 
designated and approved 
pursuant to the apphcable 
by-laws or regulations, to 
make investment decisions 
on behalf of or to offer advice 
to clients, and 

b. any changes made from time 
to time in the designation 
and approval of any partner, 
director, ofl&cer or employee ; 
and 

(c) the designated and approved individuals 
referred to in clause b, who are resident 
in Ontario, are registered, designated or 
approved to trade in securities under section 
6 of the Act. O. R^. 495/78, s. 4. 

(8969) 28 

THE ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT 

O. Reg. 4%/78. 

General. 

Made— June 21st, 1978. 

Filed— June 27th. 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 626 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 626 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 585/74, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 907/74, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 632/75, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 708/75, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 524/77, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 582/77 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 372/78, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraph: 

18. In the Township of Sombra, in the Coimty 
of Lambton, being part of lots 13, 14, 15 and 16 
in the Thirteenth Concession, parts of lots 13, 14 
and 15 in the Fourteenth Concession, part of the 
road allowance between the Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth concessions and part of the road allowances 
in lots 14 and 16 and between lots 15 and 16, all 
in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth concessions, 
described as follows: 

Beginning at the point where the dividing line 
between the west one-half and the east one-half 
of Lot 13 in the Thirteenth Concession intersects 
the southerly limit of the road allowance between 
the Thirteenth and Fourteenth concessions; 
thence southerly along that dividing line to its 
point of intersection with the dividing line between 
the north one-half and the south one-half of the 
said Lot 13; thence easterly along that dividing 
line to the dividing hne between lots 13 and 14 
in the Thirteenth Concession ; thence southerly 
along that dividing line to a point 660 feet north- 
erly of the northerly limit of the road allowance 
between the Twelfth and Thirteenth concessions 
when measured along that dividing line; thence 
easterly and parallel to that northerly limit to 
the dividing line between the west one-half and 
the east one-half of Lot 16 in the Thirteenth 
Concession; thence northerly along that dividing 
line to the northerly limit of the said Lot 16; 
thence westerly along that limit to the north- 
west angle of the said Lot 16; thence continuing 
westerly along the production of that limit across 
the road allowance between lots 16 and 15 in the 
Thirteenth Concession; thence northerly in a 
straight line to the southeast angle of Lot 15 in 
the Fourteenth Concession ; thence continuing 
northerly along the easterly limit of the said 
Lot 15 to the dividing hne between the south 
one-quarter and the north three-quarters of the 
said Lot 15; thence westerly along that dividing 
line to its point of intersection with the dividing 
line between the east one-half and the west one- 
half of the said Lot 15; thence northerly along 
that dividing line to its point of intersection 
with the dividing line between the south one- 
half and the north one-half of the said Lot 15; 



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O. Reg. 498/78 



thence westerly along that dividing line, along 
the dividing line between the south one-half and 
the north one-half of Lot 14 in the Fourteenth 
Concession and along the dividing line between 
the south one-half and the north one-half of 
Lot 13 in the Fourteenth Concession to the point 
of intersection with the dividing line between 
the east one-half and the west one-half of the 
said Lot 13; thence southerly along that dividing 
line to the northerly limit of the road allowance 
between the Fourteenth and Thirteenth con- 
cessions ; thence continuing southerly in a straight 
line across that road allowance to the place of 
beginning. 



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28 



THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
THE COUNTY COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 497/78. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace and Sittings of the County 
Court for the District of 
Temiskaming. 

Made— June 27th, 1978. 

Filed— June 29th, 1978. 



THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
THE COUNTY COURTS ACT 

In The Matter Of The General Sessions Act, 
of The County Courts Act; and 



and 



In The Matter Of the sittings of the General 
Sessions of the Peace and of the sittings of the 
County Court for the trial of issues of fact and 
assessment of damages with or without a jury, 
for the District of Temiskaming. 

ORDER 

Whereas the sittings of the Court of General 
Sessions of the Peace and the sittings of the District 
Court for the trial of issues of fact and assessment 
of damages with or without a jury, for the District 
of Temiskaming, are presently scheduled for Mon- 
day, November 20th, 1978; 

And Whereas it is desirable to hold the said 
sittings on the 23rd day of October, 1978, instead 
of the 20th day of November, 1978; 

Therefore It Is Ordered that the sittings of 
the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and 
sittings of the District Court for the trial of issues 
of fact and assessment of damages with or without 
a jury, for the District of Temiskaming, shall be 
held commencing Monday, October 23rd, 1978. 

And It Is Further Ordered that a copy of 
this Order shall be mailed by ordinary post to the 
Attorney General of Ontario, and that a copy of 

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this Order shall be posted in the office of the Clerk 
of the District Court of the District of Temiskaming 
and in the office of the Clerk of the General Sessions 
of the Peace for the said District. 

W. E. C. Colter 
Chief Judge of the County and 
District Courts of the 
Counties and Districts of Ontario 

Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Munici- 
pality of Metropolitan Toronto, this 27th day of 
June, 1978. 



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28 



THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 498/78. 

Fluid Milk Products — Designation, 

Containers and Labelling. 
Made— June 22nd, 1978. 
Approved— June 28th, 1978. 
Filed— June 29th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE MILK ACT 

FLUID MILK PRODUCTS— DESIGNATION, 
CONTAINERS AND LABELLING 

interpretation 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "buttermilk" means grade A milk from 
which a portion of the milk-fat is removed 
and that, 

(i) is prepared by adding a bacterial 
culture to milk or skim-milk, 

(ii) may contain either or both of added 
Canada Grade 1 skim-milk powder 
and evaporated skim-milk, 

(iii) contains not more than 2 per cent 
milk-fat, and 

(iv) may contain added salt and stabi- 
lizers ; 

(b) "cream" means grade A milk that con- 
tains not less than 10 per cent milk-fat 
and to which may be added, 

(i) a pH adjusting agent, 

(ii) a stabilizing agent, and 

(iii) either or both of Canada Grade 1 
skim-milk powder and evaporated 
skim-milk ; 



O. Reg. 498/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3493 



(c) "flavoured milk" means grade A milk that 
contains not less than 3 per cent milk-fat 
and to which flavouring, salt, stabilizing 
agents and sweetening agents may be 
added; 

(d) "flavoured partly-skimmed milk" means 
grade A miUc that contains not less than 
1.8 per cent nor more than 2.2 per cent 
milk-fat and to which flavouring, salt, 
stabilizing agents and sweetening agents 
may be added; 

{e) "flavoured skim-milk" means grade A milk 
that contains not more than .3 per cent 
milk-fat and not less than 8 per cent milk 
solids other than nulk-fat and to which 
flavouring, salt, stabilizing agents and 
sweetening agents may be added; 

(/) "milk" means grade A milk that contains 
not less than 3.25 p>er cent milk-fat and 
not less than 8.25 per cent milk solids 
other than milk-fat ; 

(g) "partly-skimmed milk" means grade A 
milk that contains not less than 1.8 per 
cent nor more than 2.2 per cent milk-fat 
and not less than 8.25 per cent milk 
solids other than milk-fat; 

(h) "skim-milk" means grade A milk that 
contains not more than .3 per cent milk- 
fat and not less than 8.5 per cent milk 
soUds other than milk-fat; 

(») "sterile or sterilized fluid milk product" 
means a fluid milk product that has been 
heated without appreciable change in 
volume to a temperature of not less than 
135° C for not less than two seconds or 
such other temperature-time relationship 
as may be required to ensure a bacterio- 
logical shelf Ufe of at least four weeks in 
the package at a temperature of not less 
than 20° C ; 

{j) "table cream" means cream that contains 
not less than 16 per cent nor more than 
31.9 per cent milk-fat; 

(k) "whipping cream" means cream that con- 
tains 32 per cent or more of milk-fat. 
O. Reg. 498/78, s. 1. 

DESIGNATION OF FLUID MILK PRODUCTS 

2. The following classes of milk and milk products 
are designated as fluid milk products : 

1. Buttermilk. 

2. Cream. 



3. Flavoured milk. 



4. Flavoured partly-skimmed milk. 

5. Flavoured skim-milk. 

6. Milk. 

7. Partly-skimmed milk. 

8. Skim -milk. 

9. Table Cream. 

10. Whipping cream. O. Reg. 498/78, s. 2. 

ADDITIVES 

3. — (1) No person shall add to a fluid nulk 
jHtMlact any substance other than, 

(«) a harmkss-acid-prodacing bacterial cul- 
ture; 

{b) common salt; 

(c) flavouring; 

{£) either or both of Canada Grade 1 skim- 
milk powder and evaporated skim-milk; 

{«) sweetening agents; or 

(/) vitamins. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection 1, a stabilizing 
agent may be added to, 

(a) all creams; 

(6) all flavoured fluid milk [H'oducts; and 

(c) buttermilk. 

(3) Where either or both of Canada Grade 1 
skim-milk powder and evaporated skim-milk is 
added to skim-milk, flavoured skim-milk, partly- 
skinmied milk or flavoured partly-skimmed milk, 
the resulting fluid milk {voduct shall contain not 
less than 10 per cent milk sohds other than milk-fat. 
O. Reg. 498/78, s. 3. 

SIZE OF CONTAINERS 

4. — (1) A container used for a fluid milk product 
for retail sale shall be in one of the following sizes : 

1. Eight fluid ounces. 

2. Half pint. 

3. Pint. 

4. Quart or multiple thereof. 

5. 250 millihtres. 



6. 500 millihtres. 



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3494 



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O. Reg. 498/78 



7. One litre. 

8. Two litres. 

9. Four litres or larger in gradations of one 
litre. 

(2) Subsection 1 does not apply to a container 
that is less than, 



(a) 60 millihtres; or 
{b) one-quarter pint, 



(3) In addition to the sizes mentioned in sub- 
section 1, cream may be sold in containers of the 
following sizes: 



1. Sixteen fluid ounces. 

2. Thirty-two fluid ounces, 
s. 4. 

LABELLING 



O. Reg. 498/78, 



5. — (1) Every container used for the sale or 
distribution of a fluid milk product shall, 

(a) have a label imprinted on the container, 
affixed to the container or imprinted on 
the cap of the container stating in promi- 
nent lettering, at least one-half the height 
of the lettering used for the common name, 
the designated name of the fluid milk 
product contained therein and in the case 
of a flavoured fluid milk product or one to 

. which either or both of Canada Grade 1 
skim-milk powder and evaporated skim- 
milk has been added, the name of the 
flavour and the words "with added milk 
sohds" where applicable; and 

(b) display on the principal display panel in 
a legible manner, 

(i) the percentage of milk-fat using 
the words ' ' milk-fat ' ' or the abbrevia- 
tion "M.F." or "B.F.", 

(ii) the processor's name and head 
office address and a marking or 
number sufficient to identify the 
processing plant, 

(iii) the date before which the product 
is of best quahty, 

(iv) the words "sterile" or "sterilized" 
where applicable, 

(v) the word "Refrigerate" on all pack- 
ages of pasteurized fluid milk prod- 
ucts other than sterile or sterilized 
fluid milk products, 



(vi) the words "Refrigerate After Open- 
ing" on all packages of sterile or 
sterihzed fluid milk products, and 

(vii) the words "Goats' Milk" where the 
source of the fluid milk product is 
goats' milk. 

(2) No distributor shall sell or distribute a fluid 
milk product in a container that does not comply 
with the requirements of subsection 1. 

(3) No distributor shall sell or distribute in a 
container any product other than the fluid milk 
product stated on the label of the container. O. Reg. ^ 
498/78, s. 5. ] 



TESTING STERILE OR STERILIZED FLUID 
MILK PRODUCTS 

6. — (1) Samples of each batch of sterile or steri- 
lized fluid milk product shall be tested by the 
processor by the standard plate count method or 
by such other method as may be approved by the 
Director. 

(2) No person shall sell or distribute a sterile or 
sterihzed fluid milk product other than a fluid 
milk product that is free of living organisms when 
held for seven days at a minimum temperature of 
32°C. 

(3) Every processor shall keep records showing, 

(a) the date of each test ; 

(b) batch identification and quantity; 

(c) the name of the fluid milk product ; 

(d) the standard plate count where appUcable ; 

(e) the disposition of the batch; and 

(/) the name and signature of the person 
responsible for such records. O. Reg. 
498/78, s. 6. 

7. Regulation 589 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 and Ontario Regulations 119/72 and 
850/76 are revoked. O. Reg. 498/78, s. 7. 

The Milk Commission of Ontario: 

F. A. Stewart 
Vice-Chairman 

J. F. Jewson 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of June, 1978. 

(8997) 28 



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O. Reg. 499/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3495 



THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 499/78. 

Classes of Milk. 
Made— June 22nd, 1978. 
Approved— June 28th, 1978. 
FUed— June 29th. 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 230/78 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 

1. — (1) Clauses a and b of subsection 1 of sec- 
tion 2 of Ontario Regulation 230/78 are 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

(a) the volame of sales in litres by a fHtxressor 
of. 

(i) milk. 

(ii) partly-skimnied milk, and 

(iii) battermilk and skim-milk, except 
buttermilk or skim-milk processed 
for the purpose of bulk sale and not 
for resale as fliiid milk products; 

(b) 90 per cent of the volame of sales in 
litres by a processor of. 

(i) flavoured milk. 

(ii) flavoured partly-skimmed milk, 

(iii) flavoured skim-milk, and 



(2) Subsections 2. 3 and 4 of the said section 2 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(2) The amount in Utres of milk, partly-skimmed 
milk, skim-milk or cream that is processed and 
used as concentrated liquid flavoured milk, con- 
centrated liquid milk, concentrated liquid partly- 
skimmed milk or concentrated liquid skim-milk is 
Class 2 milk. 

(3) The amount in htres of milk, partly-skimmed 
milk, skim-milk or cream that is iKed in the jHt)- 
cessing of. 

(a) cottage cheese; 

(b) cream; 

(c) egg nog; 
{i) sour cream; 



{e) table cream; 

(/) whipping cream; and 

(^) yognrt, 

including. 

(A) bulk sales of milk, partly-skimmed milk, 
skim-milk or cream for use in a milk 
product or any other product not referred 
to herein; and 

((') in the case of a processor of fluid milk 
products, his inventory of grade A milk 
and fluid milk products. 

is Class 3 milk. 

(4) The amount in litres cA milk, partly-skimmed 
milk, skim-milk or cream that is iced in the pro- 
cessing of. 

(«) cheesecake; 

(b) omfectionay products; 

(c) foods for convalescents ; 
(i) foods used in geriatrics; 
(e) ice cream ; 
(/) ice cream mix; 
(;) ice milk; 
(A) ice milk mix; 
(i) malted milk; 
(j) malted milk powder; 
(k) milk shake mix; 
(/) paddings; 

(w) sherbet; 

(«) dierbet mix; 

(o) soaps; and 

if) sterilized infant foods, 

is Class 4 milk. O. Reg. 499/78. s. 1 (2). 

The Milk Commission of Ontakio: 

F. A. Stewart 
Vice-Ckmirman 

J. F. Jewson 

SecreUtry 

Dated at T<»onto. this 22nd day of June, 1978. 
(8998) 28 

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3496 O. Reg. 500/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 502/78 



THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 500/78. 

Grade A Milk — Marketing. 
Made— June 29th, 1978. 
Filed— June 30th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 189/78 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 

1. Subsection 9 of section 16 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 189/78, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 414/78, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(9) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of 122.16 per hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilo- 
grams of milk-fat per hectolitre. O. Reg. 500/78, s. 1 . 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st 
day of July, 1978. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

J. Grant Smith 
Vice-C hatrman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of June, 1978. 
(8999) 28 



THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 501/78. 

Industrial Milk — Marketing. 
Made— June 29th, 1978. 
Filed— June 30th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 190/78 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 

1. Subsection 6 of section 13 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 190/78, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 415/78, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(6) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 



of $22.16 per hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilo- 
grams of milk-fat per hectohtre. O. Reg. 501/78, 
s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st 
day of July, 1978. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

J. Grant Smith 
Vice-C hatrman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of June, 1978. 
(9000) 28 



THE LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 502/78. 

Conditional Exemption — ^380613 

Ontario Limited. 
Made— June 21st, 1978. 
Filed— June 30th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT, 1974 



CONDITIONAL EXEMPTION 
ONTARIO LIMITED 



-380613 



1. The Minister is authorized to exempt from 
that part of the tax payable under subsection 2 
of section 2 of the Act that exceeds the amount of 
tax that would result if the rates under subsection 1 
of the said section were applied, any person tender- 
ing for registration a conveyance of the lands 
described in the Schedule from Gordon and Etta 
Struthers to 380613 Ontario Limited, provided 
that, on or before the 30th day of June, 1980, 
380613 Ontario Limited, 

(a) has established on the lands described in 
the Schedule a farming operation devoted 
to the improvement of hog breeding tech- 
niques; and 

(b) has expended the sum of $47,500 for build- 
ings, equipment and breeding stock to be 
used in connection with the said farming 
operation. O. Reg. 502/78, s. 1. 



Schedule 

All and singular that certain parcel or tract of 
land and premises, situate, lying and being in the 
Township of West Wawanosh in the County of 



1360 



O. Reg. 502/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 503/78 3497 



Huron and Province of Ontario and being composed 
of the East half of Lot Number fifteen (15) in the 
thirteenth (13th) Concession of the said Township 
of West Wawanosh, containing one hundred acres, 
more or less. O. Reg. 502/78, Sched. 



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28 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 503/78. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the District 

of Sudbury. 
Made— June 27th. 1978. 
Filed— June 30th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 568/72 
MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 



1. Schedule 2 of Ontario Regulation 568/72 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

158. The remainder of Parcel Number 6891 
being part of the south half of Lot 2 in Concession 1 1 
in the geographic Township of Dill. 

2. Schedule 5 to the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following paragraph: 

22. Parcel 14281, S.E.S., being part of Broken 
Lot 4 in Concession III in the geographic Township 
of Cleland. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of June, 1978. 

(9002) 28 



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O. Reg. 504/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 505/78 3573 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July 22nd, 1978 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 5«4/78. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the District 

of Nipissing. 
Made— June 29th, 1978. 
Filed— July 4th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 540/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 32 of Ontario Regulation 540/74, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
794/77, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

32. The lands described in Schedules 26 and 40 
may each be used for the erection and use thereon 
of a cottage. O. Reg. 504/78, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 40 

That parcel of land situate in the geographic 
Township of MacPherson in the Territorial District 
of Nipissing, being composed of Lot 3 on a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Nipissing (No. 36) as Number 
M-427. O. Reg. 504/78, s 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of June, 1978. 



">029) 



29 



I 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 505/78. 

Restricted Areas — County of Frontenac, 

Township of Bedford. 
Made— June 30th, 1978. 
Filed— July 4th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 218/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 218/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following sections: 

84. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 84 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a seasonal 
residence and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum distance be- 
tween any building or 
structTU'e, excluding a 
sewage disposal system, 
and the high water 
mark of Buck Lake 50 feet 

Minimum distance be- 
tween the sewage dis- 
posal system and the 
high water mark of 
Back Lake 100 feet 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 30 per cent 

O. Reg. 505/78, s. I, part. 

85. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 85 and 86 
may each be used for the erection and use thereon 
of a seasonal residence and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto {H'ovided the following require- 
ments are met: 



Minimum distance be- 
tween any building or 
structure, excluding a 
sewage disposal system , 
and the high water 
mark of Bob's Lake 



Minimum distance be- 
tween the sewage dis- 
posal system and the 
high water mark of 
Bob's Lake 



80 feet 



100 feet 



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3574 O. Reg. 505/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 
Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 30 per cent 

O. Reg. 505/78, s. \,part. 



O. Reg. 506/78 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 84 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 1 in Concession XII 
designated as Part 22 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Divi- 
sion of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R-131. 
O. Reg. 505/78, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 85 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 25 in Concession IV 
designated as Part 139 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Divi- 
sion of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R.D.-79. 
O. Reg. 505/78, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 86 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 32 in Concession IV 
designated as Part 3 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Divi- 
sion of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R-96. 
O. Reg. 505/78, s. 2, part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1978. 

(9030) 29 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 506/78. 

Restricted Areas — County of Frontenac, 

Township of Bedford. 
Made— June 30th, 1978. 
Filed— July 4th, 1978. 



regulation to amend 
ontario regulation 218/75 
S©Wk made under 

the planning act 

1. Ontario Regulation 218/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 



86. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 87 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a seasonal 
residence and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto providing that the following requirements 
are met: 



Minimum distance be- 
tween any building or 
structure, excluding a 
sewage disposal system, 
and the high water 
mark of Buck Lake 



Minimum distance be- 
tween the sewage dis- 
posal system and the 
high water mark of 
Buck Lake 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 



25 feet 



70 feet 
10 feet 
25 feet 



Minimum lot coverage 30 per cent 

O. Reg. 506/78, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 87 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 1 in Concession XI, 
designated as Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on a Reference 
plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number 
R-112. O. Reg. 506/78, s. 2. 



G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 
Plans Administration Division, 
Ministry oj Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1978. 



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29 



O. Reg. 507/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 508/78 3575 



THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 507/78. 

Order made under Section 47 of The 
Municipal Act to Provide for the 
Administration of the Township of 
Georgina. 

Made— July 5th, 1978. 

Filed— July 5th, 1978. 



ORDER MADE UNDER 
THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 47 OF THE 

MUNICIPAL ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE 

ADMINISTRATION OF THE TOWNSHIP 

OF GEORGINA 

1. It is ordered that effective on the 5th day of 
July, 1978 Mr. Allan Masson is appointed to fulfil 
the duties and obligations of the council of the 
Township of Georgina until the members of the 
Township council elected in November, 1978 under 
The Municipal Elections Act, 1977 have taken office. 
O. Reg. 507/78, s. 1. 

W. D. McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of July, 1978. 

(9048) 29 



THE FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 
ACT, 1976 

O. Reg. 508/78. 

Plan— Corn Stabihzation, 1978-1980. 
Made— June 20th, 1978. 
Approved— June 28th, 1978. 
Filed— July 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 

ACT, 1976 

PLAN— CORN STABILIZATION, 1978-1980 

1. There is hereby estabhshed a voluntary plan 
for farm income stabilization respecting com, to be 
known as the "Ontario Com Stabihzation Plan, 
1978-1980". O. Reg. 508/78, s. 1. 

2. In this Regulation, 

(a) "corn" means grain com produced in 
Ontario and marketed during the term 
referred to in section 9; 



{b) "crop year" means a period from Septem- 
ber 1st in one year to August 31st in the 
next year; 

(c) "multi-farm operation" means two or 
more farm units operated by two or more 
different participants as a joint under- 
taking ; 

{d) "participant" means, with respect to a 
multi-farm operation, a person who, 

(i) is a bona fide farmer, 

(ii) supports a farm family unit, 

(iii) derives his principal income from 
farming, and 

(iv) shows a distinct and proportionate 
investment, management, labour 
and risk taking or profit sharing in 
the multi-farm operation; 

{e) "plan" means the Ontario Com Stabiliza- 
tion Plan, 1978-1980. O. Reg. 508/78, s. 2. 

3. A person who appUes for enrolment in the 
plan is required, as a condition of acceptance for 
enrolment, to be, 

(a) the owner and operator of a farm on which 
he produces com ; 

(b) the tenant and operator of a farm on which 
he produces corn; or 

(c) a participant in a multi-farm operation. 
O. Reg. 508/78, s. 3. 

4. No person is eligible to enrol or continue to 
be enrolled in the plan who markets less than ten 
tonnes during any crop year within the period 
referred to in section 9. O. Reg. 508/78, s. 4. 

5. — (1) No person is eligible to receive payments 
under the plan for com marketed by him in excess 
of 1,000 tonnes in any crop year within the period 
referred to in section 9. 

(2) No person who is a participant in a multi- 
farm operation is eligible to receive payments under 
the plan for com marketed from the multi-farm 
operation where such marketing results in total 
marketings from the multi-farm operation exceeding 
3,000 tonnes in any term for which he is enrolled. 
O. Reg. 508/78, s. 5. 

6. It is a condition of enrolment in the plan that 
to receive any payment thereunder the person 
enrolled shall comply with the following conditions : 

1. Sales slips and weigh slips, signed by the 
buyer and seller, shall be maintained by 
the enrolled person and submitted to the 



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O. Reg. 508/78 



Commission, or to such person as it may 
direct, in respect of every lot of corn for 
which payment is claimed under the plan. 



2. The enrolled person shall not claim pay- 
ment for com under the plan unless it 
was marketed by him during the crop year 
with respect to which he has applied for 
payment. 



The enrolled person shall not claim pay- 
ment for com marketed by him that has 
been replaced by him through purchases 
of other com or through purchases of 
other grains or feed, and in the case of 
purchase of other grains or feed, the amount 
of com replaced shall be determined by 
the Commission. 



4. The enrolled person shall maintain a 
record of all sales of com by him and a 
record of all purchases by him of corn, 
other grains and feed, and the record of 
sales of com shall include the name of the 
buyer and seller, the date of the sale, the 
date and location of delivery, the quantity, 
the moisture content and price. 

5. Where the moisture content of any corn 
marketed by the enrolled person exceeds 
15.5 per cent, the weight of the corn 
marketed shall be adjusted to a weight 
that is equivalent to the same quantity 
com having a moisture content of 15.5 
per cent. O. Reg. 508/78, s. 6. 



7. — (1) An application for enrolment in the 
plan shall be in Form 1. 

(2) No person shall be enrolled in the plan unless 
his application for enrolment is submitted to the 
Commission not later than the 1st day of August, 
1978. O. Reg. 508/78, s. 7. 

8. — (1) Each person enrolled or applying for 
enrolment in the plan shall, prior to the 1st day 
of August in each of the years 1978, 1979 and 
1980, file with the Commission an annual registra- 
tion form in Form 2 respecting the corn that he 
intends to market subject to this plan during the 
forthcoming crop year. 

(2) No person enrolled or applying for enrolment 
in the plan shall use, in connection with any annual 
registration form, a yield per hectare that is less 
than the figure shown for the location of his home 
farm in the following Table: 



TABLE 



Minimum Yield Per Hectare 


Item 


County or Regional 
Municipality 


Tonnes 
Per Hectare 


1. 


Brant 


4.70 


2. 


Bruce 


4.07 


3. 


Dufferin 


4.07 


4. 


Dundas 


4.07 


5. 


Durham 


4.39 


6. 


Elgin 


4.70 


7. 


Essex 


5.33 


8. 


Frontenac 


4.07 


9. 


Glengarry 


4.07 


10. 


Grenville 


4.07 


11. 


Grey 


4.07 


12. 


Haldimand-Norfolk 


4.39 


13. 


Halton 


4.70 


14. 


Hamilton-Wentworth 


4.70 


15. 


Hastings 


4.07 


16. 


Huron 


4.70 


17. 


Kent 


5.33 


18. 


Lambton 


4.70 


19. 


Lanark 


4.07 


20. 


Leeds 


4.07 


21. 


Lennox and Addington 


4.07 


22. 


Metropolitan Toronto 


4.39 


23. 


Middlesex 


4.70 


24. 


Niagara 


4.39 


25. 


Northumberland 


4.07 


26. 


Ottawa-Carleton 


4.07 


27. 


Oxford 


4.70 


28. 


Peel 


4.70 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3577 



TABLE 





Minimum Yield 


Per Hectare 


Item 


County or Regional 
Municipality 


Tonnes 
Per Hectare 


29. 


Perth 




4.70 


30. 


Peterborough 




4.07 


31. 


Prescott 




4.07 


32. 


Prince Edward 




4.07 


33. 


Renfrew 




4.07 


34. 


Russell 




4.07 


35. 


Simcoe 




4.07 


36. 


Stormont 




4.07 


37. 


Victoria 




4.07 


38. 


Waterloo 




4.39 


39. 


Wellington 




4.39 


40. 


York 




4.39 






0. 


Reg. 508/78, s. 8. 



9. Every enrolment shall be for a term commenc- 
ing with the 1st day of September, 1978 and ending 
with the 31st day of August, 1981. O. R^. 508/78, 
s. 9. 

10. — (1) The fees to be paid by persons enrolled 
in the plan and the times and method of payment 
shall be as follows: 

1. At the time of filing the annual registra- 
tion form required in 1978, 



(a) a fee at the rate of 78.75 cents per 
tonne of com shown on the annual 
registration form as com that the 
enrolled person intends to market 
subject to this plan during the 
forthcoming crop year; and 

(6) a surety fee at the rate of 39.375 
cents per tonne of com shown on 
the annual registration form as corn 
that the enrolled person intends to 
market subject to this plan during 
the forthcoming crop year. 

2. At the time of fihng of the annual registra- 
tion form required in 1979, a fee at the 
rate of 78.75 cents per tonne of com shown 
on the annual registration form as corn 
that the enrolled person intends to market 
subject to this plan during the forth- 
coming crop year. 

3. At the time of filing of the annual regis- 
tration form required in 1980, a fee at the 
rate of 78.75 cents per tonne of com shown 
on the annual registration form as corn 
that the enrolled person intends to market 
subject to this plan during the forth- 
coming crop year, less an amount equal 
to the surety fee paid by him under 
clause b of paragraph 1. 

(2) The fees required under subsection 1 shall be 
paid to the Commission. 

(3) Where a producer, in a crop year, markets 
less com than the amount referred to in the annual 
registration form for that crop year, the Commission 
shall refund any fees paid under clause a of para- 
graph 1, paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 of subsection 1 
respecting the difference between the amount 
marketed and the amount referred to in the annual 
registration form provided the amount to be 
refunded is $5 or greater. O. Reg. 508/78, s. 10. 



Form 1 

Thf Farm Income Stabilizaiion Act, 1976 

CORN STABILIZATION 1978-1980 
ENROLMENT FORM 



NAME OF APPLICANT 

Family or Surname 
1 



Given Names 



Social Ins. No. 



If Partnership or Corporation, Give Name 



1367 



3578 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 508/78 

List Names of Partners or Officers Social Ins. No. 

3 

4 

5 

Mailing 

Address Postal Code 

As a condition of acceptance of this application for participation in the Ontario Com Stabilization 
Plan, 1978-1980 the apphcant agrees to the following terms and conditions: 

1. The applicant will participate for the full term of the plan, conform to all provisions thereof 
including any amendments that may be made from time to time and pay all fees in accordance 
with the plan. 

2. The applicant will accurately complete and submit to the Farm Income Stabilization Commission 
all information and annual registration forms that may, from time to time, be required by the 
Commission by the date required in the plan. 

3. The applicant will provide to the Commission, upon request, any documents, books or records or 
other information required for the verification of any information supplied in any annual registration 
form. 

THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED BY 

1. In the case of an individual, by the applicant; 

2. In the case of a partnership or multi-farm operation, by all partners or participants; or 

3. In the case of a corporation, by the proper officers under corporate seal. 

Dated at this day of 1978. 



(Apphcant) 



O. Reg. 508/78, Form 1. 



Form 2 

The Farm Income Stabilization Act, 1976 

CORN STABILIZATION, 1978-1980 
ANNUAL REGISTRATION FORM 

AppUcable to sales in crop year September 1st, 19 to August 31st, 19. 



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O. Reg. 508/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3579 

Complete this section Only if the 
name and address label is Incorrect 



(Family Name) (Given Names) 

(Rural Route, P.O. Box or Street Address) 



(City, Town or Post Office) (Postal Code) 

FARM LOCATION 

County, District or R^[ional Municipality 
Farmland 
Home Farm , 

Township Lot Con. Area Code Telephone No. 
Area planted for sale 



Exp)ected Sales between September 1st, 19 ... . and August 31st, 19 tonnes 

Enrolment Fees 4 x = $ 



A cheque or money order payable to the Farm Income Stabilization Commission of Ontario tar the 
above fees accompanies this form. 

I (we) certify the information suppUed herein is complete and correct and recognize that misrepresentation 
of facts or failure to comply with the conditions of the program may warrant exclusion from the benefits 
of the program and that, if I (we) fail to pay fees at the times required, I (we) shall be deemed to have 
withdrawn from enrolment in the plan and all moneys heretofore paid by me (us) are forfeited. 

Dated this day of ,19 

(AppUcant) 



O. Reg. 508/78, Form 2. 
Farm Income Stabilization Commission of Ontario: 



Henry Ediger 
(CAmVwum) 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of June, 1978. 

(9049) 29 



1369 



3580 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 509/78 



THE FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 
ACT, 1976 

O. Reg. 509/78. 

Plan— Soybean Stabilization, 1978-1980. 
Made— June 20th, 1978. 
Approved— June 28th. 1978. 
Filed— July 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 

ACT, 1976 

PLAN— SOYBEAN STABILIZATION, 1978-1980 

1. There is hereby established a voluntary plan 
for farm income stabilization respecting soybeans, 
to be known as the "Ontario Soybean Stabilization 
Plan, 1978-1980". O. Reg. 509/78, s. 1. 

2. In this Regulation, 

(a) "crop year" means a period from Septem- 
ber 1st in one year to August 31st in the 
next year; 

(b) "multi-farm operation" means two or 
more farm units operated by two or more 
different participants as a joint under- 
taking ; 

(c) "participant" means, with respect to a 
multi-farm operation, a person who, 

(i) is a bona fide farmer, 

(ii) supports a farm family unit, 

(iii) derives his principal income from 
farming, and 

(iv) shows a distinct and proportionate 
investment, management, labour 
and risk taking or profit sharing in 
the multi-farm operation ; 

{d) "plan" means the Ontario Soybean Stabi- 
lization Plan, 1978-1980; 

{e) "soybeans" means soybeans produced in 
Ontario and marketed for any purpose 
other than as seed during the term referred 
to in section 9. O. Reg. 509/78, s. 2. 

3. A person who applies for enrolment in the 
plan is required, as a condition of acceptance for 
enrolment, to be, 

(a) the owner and operator of a farm on which 
he produces soybeans; 

(b) the tenant and operator of a farm on 
which he produces soybeans ; or 



(c) a participant in a multi-farm operation. 
O. Reg. 509/78, s. 3. 

4. No person is eligible to enrol or continue to 
be enrolled in the plan who markets less than 3.8 
tonnes during any crop year within the period 
referred to in section 9. O. Reg. 509/78, s. 4. 

5. — (1) No person is eligible to receive payments 
under the plan for soybeans marketed by him in 
excess of 305 tonnes in any crop year within the 
period referred to in section 9. 

(2) No person who is a participant in a multi- 
farm operation is eligible to receive payments under 
the plan for soybeans marketed from the multi- 
farm operation where such marketing results in 
total marketing from the multi-farm operation 
exceeding 915 tonnes in any term for which he is 
enrolled. O. Reg. 509/78, s. 5. 

6. It is a condition of enrolment in the plan, 
that to receive any payment thereunder, the person 
enrolled shall comply with the following conditions: 

1. Sales slips and weigh slips, signed by the 
buyer and seller, shall be maintained by 
the enrolled person and submitted to the 
Commission, or to such person as it may 
direct, in respect of every lot of soybeans 
for which payment is claimed under the 
plan. 

2. The enrolled person shall not claim pay- 
ment for soybeans under the plan unless 
it was marketed by him during the crop 
year with respect to which he has applied 
for payment and was not marketed as 
seed. 

3. The enrolled person shall maintain a 
record of all sales of soybeans by him and 
the record of sales of soybeans shall include 
the name of the buyer and seller, the date 
of the sale, the date and location of 
delivery, the quantity, the moisture con- 
tent and price. 

4. Where the moisture content of any soy- 
beans marketed by the enrolled person 
exceeds 14 per cent, the weight of the 
soybeans marketed shall be adjusted to a 
weight that is equivalent to the same 
quantity of soybeans having a moisture 
content of 14 per cent. O. Reg. 509/78, 
s. 6. 



7. — (1) An application for enrolment in the plan 
shall be in Form 1. 

(2) No person shall be enrolled in the plan unless 
his application for enrolment is submitted to the 
Commission not later than the 1st day of August, 
1978. O. Reg. 509/78. s. 7. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3581 



8. — (1) Each person enrolled or applying for 
enrolment in the plan shaU. prior to the 1st day 
of August in each of the years 1978, 1979 and 
1980, file with the Commission an annual registra- 
tion form in Form 2 respecting the soybeans that 
he intends to market subject to this plan during 
the forthcoming crop year. 

(2) No person enrolled or applying for enrolment 
in the plan shall use, in connection with any annual 
registration form a yield per hectare that is less 
than the figure shown for the location of his home 
farm in the following Table: 

TABLE 



Minimum Yield Per Hectare 

County or Regional Tonnes 

Item Municipality Per Hectare 



1.61 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.61 
1.88 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.34 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.34 
2.01 
1.88 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1. 


Brant 


2. 


Bruce 


3. 


Dufferin 


4. 


Dundas 


5. 


Durham 


6. 


Elgin 


7. 


Essex 


8. 


Frontenac 


9 


Glengarry 


10. 


Grenville 


11. 


Grey 


12. 


Haldimand-Norfolk 


13. 


Halton 


14. 


Hamilton- Wentworth 


15. 


Hastings 


16. 


Hiu-on 


17. 


Kent 


18. 


Lambton 


19. 


Lanark 


20. 


Leeds 


21. 


Lennox and Addington 



TABLE 



Minimum Yield Per Hectare 



1371 



County or Regional Tonnes 

Item Municipahty Per Hectsire 



1.00 
1.68 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.61 
1.00 
1.34 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
O. Reg. 509/78, s. 8. 



9. Every enrolment shall be for a term commenc- 
ing with the 1st day of September, 1978 and ending 
with the 31st day of August, 1981. O. Reg. 509/78, 
s. 9. 

It. — (1) The fees to be paid by persons enrolled 
in the plan and the times and method of pa)anent 
shall be as follows: 

1. At the time of filing the annual registration 
form required in 1978, 

(«) a fee at the rate of $1.8375 per 
tonne of soybeans shown on the 
annual registration form as soybeans 



22. 


Metropolitan Toronto 


23. 


Middlesex 


24. 


Niagara 


25. 


Northumberland 


26. 


Ottawa-Carleton 


27. 


Oxford 1 


28. 


Peel 


29. 


Perth 


30. 


Peterborough 


31. 


Prescott 


32. 


Prince Edward 


33. 


Renfrew 


34. 


Russell 


35. 


Simcoe 


36. 


Stonnont 


37. 


Victoria 


38. 


Waterloo 


39. 


Wellington 


40. 


York 



3582 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 509/78 



that the enrolled person intends to 
market subject to this plan during 
the forthcoming crop year; and 



(b) a surety fee at the rate of $0.91875 
per tonne of soybeans shown on the 
annual registration form as soybeans 
that the enrolled person intends to 
market subject to the plan during 
the forthcoming crop year. 



2. At the time of filing of the annual regis- 
tration form required in 1979, a fee at the 
rate of $1.8375 per tonne of soybeans 
shown on the annual registration form as 
soybeans that the enrolled person intends 
to market subject to this plan during the 
forthcoming crop year. 



3. At the time of filing of the annual regis- 
tration form required in 1980, a fee at the 
rate of $1.8375 per tonne of soybeans that 
the enrolled person intends to market 
subject to the plan during the forth- 
coming crop year, less an amount equal 
to the surety fee paid under clause b of 
paragraph 1. 

(2) The fees required under subsection 1 shall be 
paid to the Commission. 

(3) Where a producer, in a crop year, markets 
fewer soybeans than the amount referred to in the 
annual registration form for that crop year, the 
Commission shall refund any fees paid under clause a 
of paragraph 1, paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 of 
subsection 1 respecting the difference between the 
amount marketed and the amount referred to in the 
annual registration form provided the amount to 
be refunded is $5 or greater. O. Reg. 509/78, s. 10. 



Form 1 

The Farm Income Stabilization Act, 1976 

SOYBEAN STABILIZATION, 1978-1980 
ENROLMENT FORM 



NAME OF APPLICANT 

Family or Surname 
1 



Given Names 



Social Ins. No. 



If Partnership or Corporation, Give Name 



List Names of Partners or Officers 



Social Ins. No. 



MaiHng 

Address Postal Code 



As a condition of acceptance of this application for participation in the Ontario Soybean Stabihzation 
Plan, 1978-1980 the applicant agrees to the following terms and conditions: 

1. The apphcant will participate for the full term of the plan, conform to all provisions thereof 
including any amendments that may be made from time to time and pay all fees in accordance 
with the plan. 

2. The apphcant will accurately complete and submit to the Farm Income Stabilization Commission 
all information and annual registration forms that may, from time to time, be required by the 
Commission by the date required in the plan. 

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O. Reg. 509/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3583 

3. The applicant will provide to the Commission, upon request, any documents, books or records or 
other information required for the verification of any information supplied in any annual registration 
form. 

THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED BY 

1. In the case of an individual, by the applicant; 

2. In the case of a partnership or multi-farm operation, by all partners or participants; or 

3. In the case of a corporation, by the proper officers under corporate seal. 

Dated at this day of , 1978. 

(Applicant) 



O. Reg. 509/78, Form 1. 

Form 2 

The Farm Income Stabilization Act, 1976 

SOYBEAN STABILIZATION, 1978-1980 
ANNUAL REGISTRATION FORM 

Applicable to sales in crop year September 1st, 19 to August 31st, 19 



Complete this section Only if the 
name and address label i? Incorrect 



(Family Name) (Given Names) 

(Rural Route, P.O. Box or Street Address) 



(City, Town or Post Office) (Postal Code) 

FARM LOCATION 

County, District or Regional Municipality 
Farmland 
Home Farm 

Township Lot Con. Area Code Telephone No. 

1373 



3584 O. Reg. 509/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Area planted for sale 

Expected Sales between September 1st, 19. . . . and August 31st, 19. . . . 



O. Reg. 510/78 



tonnes 



Enrolment Fees 4 x 



A cheque or money order payable to the Farm Income Stabilization Commission of Ontario for the 
above fees accompanies this form. 

I (we) certify the information supplied herein is complete and correct and recognize that misrepresentation 
of facts or failure to comply with the conditions of the program may warrant exclusion from the benefits 
of the program and that, if I (we) fail to pay fees at the times required, I (we) shall be deemed to have 
withdrawn from enrolment in the plan and all moneys heretofore paid by me (us) are forfeited. 



Dated this day of . 



19. 



(Applicant) 



O. Reg. 509/78, Form 2. 
Farm Income Stabilization Commission of Ontario: 



Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of June, 1978. 
(9050) 



Henry Ediger 

(Chairman) 



29 



THE FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 
ACT, 1976 

O. Reg. 510/78. 

Plan — White Beans Stabilization, 

1978-1980. 
Made— June 20th, 1978. 
Approved— June 28th, 1978. 
Filed— July 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 

ACT, 1976 



PLAN- 



-WHITE BEANS STABILIZATION, 
1978-1980 



1. There is hereby established a voluntary plan 
for farm income stabihzation respecting white beans, 
to be known as the "Ontario White Bean Stabi- 
lization Plan 1978-1980". O. Reg. 510/78, s. 1. 

2. In this Regulation, 

(a) "crop year" means a period from Septem- 
ber 1st in one year to August 31st in the 
next year; 

1374 



(b) "multi-farm operation" means two or 
more farm units operated by two or more 
different participants as a joint under- 
taking ; 

(c) "participant" means, with respect to a 
multi-farm operation, a person who, 

(i) is a bona fide farmer, , 

(ii) supports a farm family unit, 

(iii) derives his principal income from 
farming, and 

(iv) shows a distinct and proportionate 
investment, management, labour 
and risk taking or profit sharing in 
the multi-farm operation; 



(d) "plan" means the Ontario White Bean 
Stabilization Plan, 1978-1980; 



(e) "white beans" means white beans produced 
in Ontario and marketed for any purpose 
other than as seed during the term referred 
to in section 9. O. Reg. 510/78, s. 2. 



O. Reg. 510/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3585 



3. A person who applies for enrolment in the 
plan is required, as a condition of acceptance for 
enrolment, to be, 

(a) the owner and operator of a farm on which 
he produces white beans ; 

(i) the tenant and operator of a farm on 
which he produces white beans; or 

(c) a participant in a multi-farm operation. 
O. Reg. 510/78, s. 3. 

4. No person is eligible to enrol or continue to 
be enrolled in the plan who markets less than 
3 tonnes during any crop year within the period 
referred to in section 9. O. Reg. 510/78, s. 4. 

5. — (1) No person is eligible to receive pajmients 
under the plan for white beans marketed by him 
in excess of 160 tonnes in any crop year within 
the period referred to in section 9. 

(2) No person who is a participant in a multi- 
farm operation is eligible to receive payments under 
the plan for white beans marketed from the multi- 
farm operation where such marketing results in 
total marketing from the multi-farm operation 
exceeding 480 tonnes in any term for which he is 
enrolled. O. Reg. 510/78, s. 5. 

6. It is a condition of enrolment in the plan, 
that to receive any payment thereunder the person 
enrolled comply with the following conditions: 

1. Sales slips and weigh slips, signed by the 
buyer and seller, shall be maintained by 
the enrolled person and submitted to the 
Commission, or to such person as it may 
direct, in respect of every lot of white 
beans for which payment is claimed under 
the plan. 

2. The enrolled person shall not claim pay- 
ment for white beans under the plan unless 
it was marketed by him during the crop 
year with respect to which he has applied 
for jjayment and was not marketed as 
seed. 

3. The enrolled person shall maintain a 
record of all sales of white beans by him 
and the record of sales of white beans 
shall include the name of the buyer and 
seller, the date of the sale, the date and 
location of delivery, the quantity, the 
moisture content and price. 



Where the moistiu^ content of any white 
beans marketed by the enrolled person 
exceeds 18 per cent, the weight of the 
white beans marketed shall be adjusted 
to a weight that is equivalent to the same 
quantity of white beans having a moisture 
content of 18 per cent. 

1375 



5. Where any lot of white beans contains a 
total of more than 2 per cent damaged 
beans or foreign material, the weight of 
the white beans shall be adjusted to a 
weight that is equivalent to the same 
quantity of white beans having a total of 
2 per cent damaged beans or foreign 
material. O. R^. 510/78, s. 6. 

7. — (1) An application for enrolment in the plan 
shall be in Form 1. 

(2) No person shall be enrolled in the plan unless 
his application for enrolment is submitted to the 
Commission not later than the 1st day of August, 
1978. O. Reg. 510/78, s. 7. 

8. — (1) Each person enrolled or applying for 
enrolment in the plan shall, prior to the 1st day 
of August in each of the years 1978, 1979 and 
1980, file with the Commission an annual regis- 
tration form in Form 2 respecting the white beans 
that he intends to market subject to this plan 
during the forthcoming crop year. 

(2) No person enrolled or applying for enrolment 
in the plan shall use, in connection with any annual 
registration form, a yield per hectare that is less 
than 1.235 tonnes per hectare. O. Reg. 510/78, s. 8. 

9. Every enrolment shall be for a term commenc- 
ing with the 1st day of September, 1978 and ending 
with the 31st day of August, 1981. O. Reg. 510/78, 
s. 9. 

!•• — (1) The fees to be paid by persons enrolled 
in the plan and the times and method of payment 
shall be as follows: 

1. At the time of filing the annual registration 
form required in 1978, 

(a) a fee at the rate of $3.00 per tonne 
of white beans shown on the annual 
registration form as white beans 
that the enrolled person intends to 
market subject to this plan during 
the forthcoming crop year; and 

(ft) surety fee at the rate of $1.50 per 
tonne of white beans shown on the 
annual registration form as white 
beans that the enrolled person 
intends to market subject to the 
plan during the forthcoming crop 
year. 



At the time of filing of the annual r^s- 
tration form required in 1979, a fee at the 
rate of $3.00 per tonne of white beans 
shown on the annual registration form as 
white beans that the enrolled person 
intends to market subject to this plan 
during the forthcoming crop year. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 510/78 



3. At the time of filing of the annual regis- 
tration form required in 1980, a fee at the 
rate of $3.00 per tonne of white beans 
that the enrolled person intends to market 
subject to the plan during the forthcoming 
crop year, less an amount equal to the 
surety fee paid by him under clause b of 
paragraph 1. 

(2) The fees required under subsection 1 shall 
be paid to the Commission. 



(3) Where a producer, in a crop year, markets 
fewer white beans than the amount referred to in 
the annual registration form for that crop year, the 
Commission shall refund any fees paid under 
clause a of paragraph 1 , paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 
of subsection 1 respecting the difference between 
the amount marketed and the amount referred to 
in the annual registration form provided the amount 
to be refunded is $5 or greater. O. Reg. 510/78, s. 10. 



Form 1 

The Farm Income Stabilization Act, 1976 

WHITE BEAN STABILIZATION, 1978-1980 
ENROLMENT FORM 



NAME OF APPLICANT 

Family or Surname 
1 



Given Names 



Social Ins. No. 



If Partnership or Corporation, Give Name 



List Names of Partners or Officers 



Social Ins. No. 



Mailing 

Address Postal Code 



As a condition of acceptance of this apphcation for participation in the Ontario White Bean 
Stabilization Plan, 1978-1980 the applicant agrees to the following terms and conditions; 

1. The applicant will participate for the full term of the plan, conform to all provisions thereof 
including any amendments that may be made from time to time and pay all fees in accordance 
with the plan. 

2. The applicant will accurately complete and submit to the Farm Income Stabilization Commission 
all information and annual registration forms that may, from time to time, be required by the 
Commission by the date required in the plan. 

3. The applicant will provide to the Commission, upon request, any documents, books or records or 
other information required for the verification of any information supplied in any annual registration 
form. 

THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED BY 

1. In the case of an individual, by the applicant; 

2. In the case of a partnership or multi-farm operation, by all partners or participants; or 

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O. Reg. 510/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3587 

3. In the case of a corjioration, by the proper ofl&cers under corporate seal. 
Dated at this day of , 1978. 

(Apphcant) 

O. Reg. 510/78, Form 1. 

Form 2 

The Farm Income Stabilization Act, 1976 

WHITE BEAN STABILIZATION, 1978-1980 
ANNUAL REGISTRATION FORM 

Apphcable to sales in crop year September 1st, 19 to August 31st, 19 



Complete this section Only if the 
name and address label is Inrorrect 



(Family Name) (Given Names) 

(Rural Route, P.O. Box or Street Address) 



(City, Town or Post Office) (Postal Code) 

FARM LOCATION 

County, District or Regional Municipality 
Farmland 
Home Farm , 

Township Lot Con. Area Code Telephone No. 
Area planted for sale 



Expected Sales between September 1st, 19. . . . and August 31st, 19 tonnes 

Enrolment Fees ^ x = $ 



A cheque or money order payable to the Farm Income StabilizatiiMi Commission of Ontario for the 
above fees accompanies this form. 

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3588 O. Reg. 510/78 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 511/78 



I (we) certify the information supplied herein is complete and correct and recognize that misrepresentation 
of facts or failure to comply with the conditions of the program may warrant exclusion from the benefits 
of the program and that, if I (we) fail to pay fees at the times required, I (we) shall be deemed to have 
withdrawn from enrolment in the plan and all moneys heretofore paid by me (us) are forfeited. 



Dated this day of . 



19. 



(Apphcant) 



O. Reg. 510/78, Form 2. 
Farm Income Stabilization Commission of Ontario: 



Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of June, 1978. 
(9051) 



Henry Ediger 

(Chairman) 



29 



THE CROWN TIMBER ACT 

O. Reg. 511/78. 

General. 

Made— July 5th, 1978. 

Filed— July 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 159 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROWN TIMBER ACT 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 159 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 335/74, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

2. — (1) In this section and in sections 2a and 2b, 

(a) "corporation" means any body corporate 
however and wherever incorporated; 

(b) "integrated licensee" means a licensee 
who owns or operates any pulp mill in 
Manitoba, Ontario or Quebec or is related 
to any person who owns or operates any 
such pulp mill ; 

(c) "non-integrated licensee" means a licensee 
who is not an integrated licensee ; 



(d) "quarter" means a period of three con- 
secutive months commencing with the 1st 
day of January, April, July or October in 
any year; 

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"related persons" has the meaning given 
to that expression by subsection 2 of 
section 251 of the Income Tax Ad (Canada) 
and, for the purposes of interpreting that 
subsection, the expressions "related group" 
and "unrelated group" used therein shall 
have the meaning given to them by the 
said section 251. 



(2) For the purposes of this section and sections 
2a and 2b, 

(a) a licensee is related to any person who 
owns or operates any pulp mill in Manitoba, 
Ontario or Quebec, if they are related 
persons ; 



(b) where two corporations are related to the 
same corporation within the meaning of 
clause e of subsection 1, they shall be 
deemed to be related to each other; 

(c) a corporation shall be deemed to be con- 
trolled by another person or by two or 
more corporations if shares of the first- 
mentioned corporation carrying voting 
rights sufficient to elect a majority of the 
directors of the corporation are held, other 
than by way of security only, by or on 
behalf of such other persons or corpora- 
tions; and 



(d) subsections 5 and 6 of section 251 of the 
Income Tax Act (Canada) apply with 
necessary modifications. O. Reg. 511/78, 
s. 1. 



O. Reg. 511/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3589 



2. The said Regulaticm is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

2a. — (1) The Crown dues to be paid in respect 
of any kind of timber listed in Column 1 of Schedule 
1, other than killed or damaged timbo", cut under 
a licence granted or renewed under section 2 of the 
Act. except a licence granted imder subsection 7 
of the said section 2, are those fixed in Column 2 
of Schedule 1 opposite such timber. 

(2) The Crown dues to be paid in respect of any 
kind of timber Usted in Column 1 of Schedule 1, 
other than killed or damaged timber, cut under a 
licence that is granted or renewed under section 3 
of the Act and held by an integrated licensee are 
those determined by the application of the following 
formula : 



Crown dues = a x b 
c 



where 



a = the rate listed in Column 3 of Schedule 1 
immediately opposite the kind of timber 
in respect of which Crown dues are being 
determined 

b = the arithmetic mean of the six index num- 
bers, from the price index designated in 
Colunm 4 of Schedule 1 immediately 
opposite the kind of timber in respect of 
which Crown dues are being determined, 
for the six consecutive months immediately 
preceding the commencement of the quarter 
within which such timber is measured 

c = the number listed in Column 5 of Schedule 1 
immediately opposite the kind of timber 
in respect of which Crown dues are being 
determined. j 

(3) The Crown dues to be paid in respect of any 
kind of timber listed in Column 1 of Schedule 1, 
other than killed or damaged timber, cut under a 
Ucence that is granted or renewed under section 3 , 
of the Act and held by a non-integrated licensee 
are those determined by the apphcation of the 
following formula: 

Crown dues = a x b 



where 



= the rate listed in Column 6 of Schedule 1 
immediately opposite the kind of timber 
in respect of which Crown dues are being 
determined 



for the six consecutive months immediatdy 
preceding the commencement of the quarter 
within which such timber is measured 

c = the number Usted in Colunm 8 of Schediile 
1 immediately opposite the kind of timber 
in respect of which Crown dues are being 
determined. 

(4) In Columns 4 and 7 of Schedule 1 , 

"Index 1" means the monthly industry 
seUing price index for lumber, softwoods, 
spruce, east of the Rockies determined by 
Statistics Canada, wherein the year 1971 
has a price index of 100; 

"Index 2" means the monthly industry 
seUing price index for pulp and paper mills 
determined by Statistics Canada, wherein 
the year 1971 has a price index of 100; 

"Index 3" means the monthly industry 
seUing price index lor lumber, hardwoods, 
maple determined by Statistics Canada, 
wherein the year 1971 has a price index of 
100; and 

"Index 4" means the monthly composite 
industry selling price index derived from 
the sum of 25 per cent of the industry 
selling price index from Index 1 and 75 
per cent of the industry selling price index 
from Index 2 for the same month. O. Reg. 
511/78, s. 2, part. 



lb. — (1) Every licensee who holds a licence 
granted or renewed under section 3 of the Act 
shall file with the Minister a certificate in such 
form as the Minister may authorize, signed by a 
responsible ofl&cer of the licensee certifying whether 
the licensee is an integrated Ucensee or a non- 
integrated Ucensee together with an affidavit of a 
responsible ofl&cer setting out, 

(a) the full name and address of the deponent ; 

(6) the relationship and position of the de- 
ponent in respect of the Ucensee; and 

(c) the essential facts on which the certifica- 
ticm contained in the certificate is based. 



(2) For the purposes of subsecticm 1 , a " responsible 
ofl&cer" is. 



b = the arithmetic mean of the six index 
numbers, from the price index designated 
in Column 7 of Schedule 1 immediately 
opposite the kind of timber in respect of \ 
which Crown dues are being determined, ' 

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(a) where the Ucensee is an individual or sole 
proprietor, the Ucensee; 

(b) where the Ucensee is a partnership, one of 
the partners; and 



3590 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 511/78 



(c) where the licensee is one or more corpora- 
tions, any one of the president, vice- 
president, secretary, treasurer or comp- 
troller of each corporation. 

(3) A certificate and affidavit in accordance with 
subsection 1 shall be filed with the Minister on or 
before the 11th day of August, in the year 1978, 
and thereafter within thirty days of, 

(a) any change that causes an integrated 
licensee to become a non-integrated licensee 
or a non-integrated licensee to become an 
integrated licensee, as the case may be; or 

{b) the date of a written request of the Minister 
for such a certificate and affidavit that is 
mailed to a licensee. 

(4) Where a licensee fails or neglects to file a 
certificate and affidavit in accordance with subsec- 
tion 3, the licensee shall pay to the Treasurer of 
Ontario a penalty of $100 for each day or part of 
a day that such failure or neglect continues. 

(5) Where the Minister is of the opinion that 
any certificate or affidavit filed by a licensee does 
not comply with subsection 1, the Minister shall 
give written notice to the licensee advising of such 
non-compliance and requiring that the licensee file 
with the Minister a certificate or affidavit in accord- 
ance with subsection 1 within thirty days of the 
date of such written notice, and where the licensee 
fails or neglects to do so, the licensee shall pay to 
the Treasurer of Ontario a penalty of $100 for each 
day or part of a day that such failure or neglect 
continues. 

(6) Where a licensee does not file a certificate 
and affidavit in accordance with this section, the 
Minister may, for the purposes of section 2a, 
categorize the licensee as either an integrated 
licensee or a non-integrated licensee until the end 
of the month in which the licensee files with the 
Minister such certificate and affidavit. 

(7) Where a licensee who is categorized under 
subsection 6 files a certificate and affidavit in 
accordance with subsection 1 that indicates that 
the licensee ought to have been categorized other- 
wise, the Minister shall determine the amount of 
Crown dues that the licensee ought to have paid if 
he had been categorized in accordance with the 
aforesaid certificate and affidavit and, 

(a) where the amount of such Crown dues 
exceeds the amount of the Crown dues 
that the licensee became obligated to pay 
when categorized under subsection 6, the 
licensee shall pay the amount of the excess 
to the Treasurer of Ontario; and 

(6) where the amount of such Crown dues 
is less than the amount of the Crown dues 
that the licensee became obligated to pay 



when categorized under subsection 6, the 
Minister may deduct the amount of the 
difference between the aforesaid amounts 
from the account of the licensee or pay the 
amount of such difference to the licensee. 
O. Reg. 511/78, s. 2, part. 

3. Sections 3, 4 and 5 of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

3. — (1) The area charge to be paid by every 
licensee in respect of each square mile or fraction 
thereof of the productive lands in the licensed area 
is, for each operating year set out in Column 1 of 
Schedule 3, the amount set opposite thereto in 
Column 2. 

(2) The area charge is payable annually in 
advance, the first of which payments shall be made 
before the licence is granted, and subsequent pay- 
ments shall be made on or before the 1st day of 
April in each year of the period of the licence. 

(3) Where an account for area charge remains 
unpaid after the 31st day of August, in the year 
1978, or after the 30th day of April in any sub- 
sequent year, interest of 1 per cent of the amount 
of the account that is overdue on the first day of 
each month shall be charged and added to the 
account of the licensee as of each such day and 
shall be treated thereafter £is a part of the amount 
of the account that is overdue. O. Reg. 511/78, s. 3. 



lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(2) Where the stumpage charges remain unpaid 
after a demand therefor or after the due date on an 
account therefor sent to the licensee, interest of 
1 per cent of the amount of the account that is 
overdue on the first day of each month shall be 
charged and added to the account of the licensee 
as of each such day and shall be treated thereafter 
as a part of the amount of the account that is 
overdue. O. Reg. 511/78, s. 4. 

5. Section 7 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

7. — (1) Crown charges, other than those under 
sections 3 and 6, are payable on or before the due 
date on an account therefor sent to the licensee. 

(2) Where Crown charges payable under subsec- 
tion 1 remain unjjaid after the due date on an 
account therefor sent to the hcensee, interest of 
1 per cent of the amount of the account that is 
overdue on the first day of each month shall be 
charged and added to the account of the licensee 
as of each such day and shall be treated thereafter 
as a part of the amount of the account that is 
overdue. O. Reg. 511/78, s. 5. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3591 



6. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

7a. The due date for payment of an account 
-ent to a licensee under section 6 or 7 shall be the 
last day of the month next following the month 
within which the account was prepared. O. Reg. 
511/78. s. 6. 



7. Sections 10 and 11 of the said R^ulation are 
revoked and the foUowing substituted there- 
for: 

10. >fV'here an account for Crown charges, other 
than a charge under section 3, remains unpaid on 



the last day of the operating year next following 
the operating year in which it became payable, the 
Ucence is forfeited and the Ucensee shall deUver 
up the licence to the Minister. O. Reg. 511/78, s. 7, 
part. 

11. Where an account for area charge remains 
unpaid on the 31st day of March next following 
the date on which it became payable, the licence 
is forfeited and the licensee shall debver up the 
licence to the Minister. O. Reg. 511/78, s. 7, part. 

8. Schedule 1 to the said Regulation, as remade 
by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 335/74, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 



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O. Reg. 513/78 



9. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 3 

AREA CHARGES 



Column 1 


Column 2 


April 1, 1978 to March 31, 1979 


$41.40 


April 1, 1979 to March 31, 1980 


45.50 


April 1, 1980 to March 31, 1981 


50.10 


April 1, 1981 to March 31, 1982 


55.10 


April 1, 1982 to March 31, 1983 


60.60 



O. Reg. 511/78, s. 9. 

10. — (1) Sections 1, 2 and 8 of this Regulation 
shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of July, 1978. 

(2) Sections 3 and 9 of this Regulation shall be 
deemed to have come into force on the 1st 
day of April, 1978. 

(3) Sections 4 and 5 of this Regulation come into 
force on the 1st day of August, 1978. 

(4) Sections 6 and 7 of this Regulation come into 
force on the day this Regulation is filed under 
The Regulations Act. 



(9052) 



29 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 512/78. 

Driver Licence Examinations. 
Made— July 4th, 1978. 
Filed— July 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 907/76 

MADE UNDER 
THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 of section 2 of Ontario 

Regulation 907/76 is amended by striking 

out "8" in the third line and inserting in 
lieu thereof "9". 



(2) Subsection 2 of the said section 2 is amended 
by striking out "8" in the third line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "9". 

J. W. Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of July, 1978. 

(9053) 29 I 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 513/78. 

Order made under Section 29a of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— June 29th, 1978. 
Filed— July 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a pre- 
decessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 
under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The 
Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor thereof 
does not have and shall be deemed never to have 
had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of 
land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Wasaga Beach, formerly in the Township of 
Sunnidale, in the County of Simcoe, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 2 in Concession XV 
designated as Part 19 on a Plan of Survey 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 
R-856 and registered in the said Land Registry 
Office as Instrument Number 306849. O. Reg. 
513/78, s. 1. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of June, 1978. 

(9054) 29 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 515/78 3595 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 514/78. 

Zoning Order — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— June 29th, 1978. 
Filed— July 6th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section: 

113. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 258 mav be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a seasonal 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are 
met: 



Minimum front and 
rear yards 

Minimum side yards 



25 feet 

10 feet on one side and 
4 feet on the other side 



Maximum height 30 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 15 per cent 



Minimum ground floor 
area 



one storey — 1 ,000 square 

feet 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 750 square feet 

O. Reg. 514/78, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 258 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, being 
composed of that part of Lot 39 in Concession VI 
more particularly described as Lot 6 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 
1170. O. Reg. 514/78, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of June, 1978. 



(9055) 



THE MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL 
SERVICES ACT, 1978 

O. Reg. 515/78. 
Intermittent Sentences. 
Made— June 28th, 1978. 
Filed— July 7th. 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL 

SERVICES ACT. 1978 

INTERMITTENT SENTENCES 

I. — (1) Every inmate serving a sentence in a 
correctional institution on an intermittent basis 
shall pay a fee to the Ministry set out below as 
partial reimbursement to the Ministry for the food, 
lodging and clothing supphed to the inmate by the 
institution : 



1. WTiere the inmate is serving 
the intermittent sentence on a 

daily basis $ 5 per day 

2. Where the inmate is serving 
the intermittent sentence ex- 
clusively on weekends $10 per weekend 



(2) .\n inmate is exempt from the requirement 
to pay a fee under subsection 1 where the inmate. 



(a) is a student in a school, college or uni- 
versity or enrolled in a course of vocational 
or technical training; 

(6) is not gainfully employed and is making 
reasonable efforts to secure gainful employ- 
ment; 



(c) suffers from a physical or psychological 
handicap or disorder that impedes the 
inmate's abihty to secure gainful employ- 
ment; or 



(d) is exempt by order of the Minister for such 
reason as the Minister considers appro- 
priate. 



(3) Subject to subsection 2. every inmate who 
refuses or neglects to pay the fee established under 
section 1 is guilty of a misconduct. O. R^. 515/78, 
s. 1. 



29 (9056) 

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29 



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O. Reg. 517/78 



THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 516/78. 

Guides. 

Made— July 5th, 1978. 

Filed— July 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 369 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

1 . Section 2 of Regulation 369 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following subsection: 

(3) No licence in Form 1 shall be issued to a 
non-resident. O. Reg. 516/78, s. 1. 



(9057) 



29 



THE PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 517/78. 

Designation of Parks. 
Made— July 5th, 1978. 
Filed— July 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 695 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 



1970 



1. Schedule 4 of Appendix A to Regulation 695 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 4 

LONG POINT PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Township of Norfolk, in The Regional 
Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, formerly in 
the Township of South Walsingham in the County 
of Norfolk, containing an area of 348.76 acres, 
more or less, and described as follows: 

Firstly: Block A, according to a Plan registered 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Haldimand (No. 18) as Number 436. 

Secondly: Part of Block 16 according to a plan of 
Long Point by James Black, P.L.S., as surveyed 
under instructions dated February 28, 1853, and 
January 19, 1854, and Block C and CC as shown 
on a plan of Long Point by T.W. Walsh, P.L.S., 
dated May 21, 1871, and more particularly described 
as follows: 



Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned 
are astronomical: 

Beginning at the northeasterly corner of Lot 325 
according to Registered Plan Number 436; thence 
north 00° 07' west 922.02 feet; thence north 23° 
50' 30" east 478.91 feet; thence south 83° 01' 30" 
east 540.54 feet ; thence north 80° 48' east 378.63 
feet; thence north 82° 08' east 1305.72 feet; thence 
south 17° 18' 30" east 4%.49 feet; thence south 
89° 43' 30' east 319.34 feet; thence south 59° 2&' 
east 521.27 feet; thence south 81° 57' east 600.82 
feet; thence south 88° 28^ east 1408.51 feet; thence 
south 32° 35' east 788.31 feet; thence south 21° 22' 
30" east 377.13 feet; thence south 60° 55' east 
562.50 feet; thence south 44° 09' 30" east 66.40 
feet, more or less, to the intersection with the 
southerly production of the easterly limit of Block 
CC; thence south 19° 18' 15" west 1010.44 feet, 
more or less, to the water's edge of Lake Erie; 
thence continuing south 19° 18' 15' west to a pwint 
distant 500 feet measured southeasterly from and 
perpendicularly to the water's edge of Lake Erie; 
thence in a general westerly direction parallel to 
the water's edge of Lake Erie and 500 feet in 
perpendicular distance therefrom to the southerly 
production of the easterly limit of Registered Plan 
Number 436 ; thence northerly along that southerly 
production to the water's edge of Lake Erie ; thence 
north 00° 07' west 400 feet, more or less, to the 
place of beginning. 

The area described in Secondly is subject to 
Crown Lease 2223 to the Long Point Company. 
O. Reg. 517/78, s. 1. 



2. — (1) Schedule 4 of Appendix B to the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

Schedule 4 

ESKER LAKES PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic townships of Bisley and 
Clifford in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, 
containing an area, of 12.5 square miles, more or 
less, and described as follows: 

Beginning at the northwesterly corner of the 
geographic Township of Clifford; thence westerly 
along the northerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Bisley 2640 feet; thence south astro- 
nomically 4 miles; thence west astronomically 1320 
feet; thence south astronomically 2 miles, more or 
less, to the southerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Bisley ; thence easterly along the south- 
erly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Bisley and Clifford 2 miles and 1320 feet; thence 
north astronomically 6 miles, more or less, to the 
northerly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Chfford; thence westerly along that northerly 
boundary 1 mile and 2640 feet, more or less, to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 517/78, s. 2 (1). 



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3597 



(2) Schedule 13 of the said Appendix B is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 13 

NAGAGAMISIS PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic townships of Frost, Elgie and 
McEwing, in the Territorial District of Algoma, 
containing an area of 19,952 acres, more or less, 
described as follows: 

Beginning at a point in the southerly boundary 
of the Township of Frost distant 6 miles and 3960 
feet measured east astronomically from the north- 
westerly corner of the geographic Township of 
Elgie; thence east astronomically 10 miles; thence 
north astronomically 3 miles; thence west astro- 
nomically 3 miles and 3900 feet, more or less, to a 
point distant 652 feet measured northerly from and 
perpendicularly to the water's edge of Nagagamisis 
Lake; thence in a general northwesterly and south- 
westerly direction parallel to the water's edge and 
652 feet in perpendicular distance therefrom to the 
intersection with the northerly production of the 
easterly limit of Lot 51 according to Plan M-190; 
thence southerly along that production and the 
easterly limit of said Lot 51 and its southerly 
production to a point distant 164 feet measured 
southerly from and perpendicularly to the water's 
edge of Nagagamisis Lake; thence in a general 
southwesterly direction parallel to the water's edge 
and 164 feet in perpendicular distance therefrom to 
the intersection with the southerly production of 
the westerly limit of Block A, Plan M-190; thence 
northerly along that southerly production and the 
westerly limit of said Block A to the northwesterly 
corner of said Block A ; thence west astronomically 
to a point distant 652 feet measured northerly 
from and perpendicularly to the water's edge of 
Nagagamisis Lake; thence in a general southwest- 
erly, southerly, northeasterly and easterly direction 
parallel to the water's edge of Nagagamisis Lake, 
the stream between Nagagamisis Lake and Crew 
Lake and the water's edge along the southerly shore 
of Crew Lake and 652 feet in perpendicular 
distance therefrom to the intersection with a line 
drawn north astronomically from the place of 
beginning; thence south astronomically 900 feet, 
more or less, to the place of beginning. 

Excepting therefrom that part of Secondary 
Highway Number 631 crossing the said lands. 
O. Reg. 517/78, s. 2 (2). 

(3) Schedule 26 of the said Appendix B is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 26 

SIX MILE LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK 



All that parcel or tract of land in the geographic 
Township of Baxter, now in the Township of 



Georgian Bay, in The District Municipality of 
Muskoka, containing an area of 233 acres, more 
or less, and described as follows: 

Firstly: Beginning at the northwesterly comer 
of Lot 24, Concession XII, in the said Township of 
Baxter; thence easterly along the northerly limit 
of lots 24 and 23 in Concession XII to the north- 
easterly comer of said Lot 23; thence southerly 
along the easterly limit of said Lot 23 to the 
intersection with the northeasterly production of 
the northerly limit of Plan M-184; thence south- 
westerly along that production and the northerly 
limit of Plan M-184; thence southwesterly along 
that production and the northerly limit of Plan 
M-184 and its southwesterly production to the 
high-water mark of Six Mile Lake; thence south 
6° 00' east 1200 feet; thence south 63° 00' east 
1120 feet, more or less, to an easterly production 
of the northerly limit of Lot 23 in Concession XI ; 
thence south 68° 37' 30" west to the high-water 
mark of Six Mile Lake ; thence south 68° 37' 30' 
west to the northwesterly corner of said Plan 
M-207 ; thence south 63° 27' 30' east along the 
westerly limit of said Plan M-207 a distance of 
371.24 feet; thence south 64° 48' 30' east along the 
said westerly limit a distance of 400.80 feet ; thence 
south 22° 28' east along the said westerly limit 
179.32 feet; thence south 19° 11' 30' west along the 
said westerly limit a distance of 374.71 feet; thence 
south 29° 48' 30' east along the said westerly limit 
a distance of 354.10 feet; thence south 69° 48' 30' 
east along the said westerly limit a distance of 
202.79 feet; thence westerly parallel to the north- 
erly limit of said Lot 23 a distance of 1086.89 feet, 
more or less, to the westerly limit of said Lot 23; 
thence southerly along that westerly limit a distance 
of 1690 feet, more or less, to the southerly limit 
of said Lot 23 ; thence westerly along the southerly 
limit of said Lot 23 a distance of 245.39 feet to 
the easterly limit of the right of way of that part 
of the King's Highway known as No. 103; thence 
in a general northwesterly direction along that 
easterly limit to the westerly limit of Lot 24 in 
Concession XII; thence northerly along the said 
westerly limit and its northerly production to the 
place of beginning. 

Secondly: Beginning at the northwesterly comer 
of Lot 25, Concession XI ; thence easterly along the 
northerly limit of lots 25 and 24 to the intersection 
with the westerly limit of the right of way of that 
part of the King's Highway known as No. 103; 
thence south 23° 52' east along the westerly limit 
of that right of way a distance of 1346.0 feet ; 
thence south 66° 08' west a distance of 179.0 feet; 
thence north 66° 12' west a distance of 250.0 feet; 
thence south 45° 18' west a distance of 70.94 feet; 
thence north 66° 12' west a distance of 336.4 feet; 
thence south 18° 48' west a distance of 230 feet, 
more or less, to the high- water mark of Baxter 
Lake; thence in a general northwesterly direction 
along that high-water mark to the southerly pro- 
duction of the westerly limit of Lot 13, Plan M-253; 
thence north 18° 48' east a distance of 230 feet, 



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more or less, to the northwesterly corner of said 
Lot 13; thence south 87° 56' west a distance of 
448.0 feet; thence south 17° 56' west a distance of 
285 feet, more or less, to the high-water mark of 
Baxter Lake; thence in a general northwesterly 
direction along that high-water mark to the south- 
erly production of the westerly limit of Lot 25 in 
Concession XI; thence northerly along that pro- 
duction, and the westerly limit of said Lot 25 to 
the place of beginning. O. Reg. 517/78, s. 2 (3). 

(4) Schedule 37 of the said Appendix B, as 
remade by subsection 6 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 114/71, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 37 

LAKE NIPIGON PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Township of Kilkenny, in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay, described as 
follows : 

Beginning at a point on the westerly limit of 
the right of way of the Canadian National Railways 
distant 200 chains measured southerly from and 
perpendicularly to the northerly boundary of the 
geographic Township of Kilkenny; thence west 
astronomically to the high-water mark of Pijitawabik 
Bay of Lake Nipigon ; thence continuing west astro- 
nomically to a point distant 500 feet measured 
northwesterly from and perpendicularly to the said 
high-water mark of that bay; thence in a general 
northeasterly, northwesterly, westerly, northwest- 
erly and northeasterly direction parallel to the said 
high-water mark and distant 500 feet in perpen- 
dicular distance therefrom to the westerly produc- 
tion of the said northerly boundary of that geo- 
graphic township; thence easterly along that produc- 
tion and the said northerly boundary to the westerly 
limit of the right of way of the Canadian National 
Railways; thence in a general southwesterly direc- 
tion following the said right of way limit to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 517/78, s. 2 (4). 

(5) Schedule 46 of the said Appendix B is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 46 

MASHKINONJE PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Township of Haddo, in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury, containing an area 
of 2322 acres, be the same, more or less, and 
described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned 
are astronomical: 

1 . Beginning at the southeasterly corner of Lot 2 
in Concession VI ; thence northerly along the 
easterly limit of that lot 2477.64 feet, more or less, 



to sr line drawn easterly parallel to the southerly 
limit thereof from a point in the westerly limit of 
that lot distant 2477.64 feet measured northerly 
thereon from the southwesterly corner thereof; 
thence westerly parallel to the southerly limit of 
that lot 2681.58 feet, more or less, to the westerly 
limit thereof; thence southerly along the westerly 
limit of that lot 11.22 feet; thence west astro- 
nomically 330 feet; thence north astronomically 
504 feet, more or less, to the water's edge of the 
West Arm of Lake Nipissing; thence continuing 
north astronomically to a point distant 300 feet 
measured northeasterly from and perpendicularly 
to that water's edge of the West Arm of Lake 
Nipissing; thence in a general northwesterly direc- 
tion parallel to that water's edge and 300 feet in 
perpendicular distance therefrom to the intersection 
with a line drawn north 27° 47' west astronomically 
from a point distant 2706 feet measured north 
21° 05' west from the southeasterly corner of Lot 3 
in Concession VI ; thence south 27° 47' east astro- 
nomically to a point distant 2706 feet measured 
north 21° 05' west from the southeasterly corner 
of said Lot 3; thence south 62° 13' west astro- 
nomically 250.0 feet ; thence north 27° 47' west 
astronomically 99.0 feet ; thence south 59° 29' 
west astronomically 489.0 feet ; thence south 57° 33' 
west astronomically 198.18 feet; thence north 
30° 31' west astronomically to a point distant 300 
feet measured northeasterly from and perf)endicu- 
larly to the water's edge of the West Arm of Lake 
Nipissing ; thence in a general southwesterly, south- 
easterly, southwesterly and southeasterly direction 
parallel to that water's edge and 300 feet in per- 
pendicular distance therefrom to a line drawn west 
astronomically from a jwint in the easterly limit 
of Lot 4, Concession IV distant 2640 feet measured 
southerly along that easterly limit from the north- 
easterly corner of said Lot 4; thence east astro- 
nomically to the westerly limit of the right of way 
of that part of the King's Highway known as No. 
64^; thence in a northwesterly direction along that 
highway limit to the northerly limit of Lot 1 in 
Concession IV; thence westerly along that north- 
erly limit to the line between the east half and 
west half of Lot 1 in Concession V ; thence northerly 
along that line to the northerly limit of that Lot 1 ; 
thence westerly along that northerly limit 1320 
feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 



2. Beginning at the northeasterly corner of Lot 1 
in Concession IV; thence southerly along the easterly 
limit of that lot to the southeasterly corner thereof; 
thence south 89° 41' west 1323.1 feet; thence south 
astronomically 2418.67 feet; thence south 81° 26' 
west 72.92 feet; thence south 8° 34' east 120.1 feet; 
thence south 78° 34' west 346.37 feet to the easterly 
limit of the right of way of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 64; thence in a northe2ist- 
erly, northwesterly and northeasterly direction 
along that highway limit to the northerly limit of 
Lot 1 in Concession IV; thence easterly along that 
northerly limit to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
517/78, s. 2 (5). 



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(6) Schedule 67 of the said Appendix B is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for; 

Schedule 67 

SELKIRK PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the City of Nanticoke in The Regional Muni- 
cipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, formerly in the 
Township of Walpole in the County of Haldimand, 
containing an area of 179.5 acres, more or less, and 
described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings hereinafter men- 
tioned are astronomical and are referred to longitude 
80= 01' 53' west; 

Beginning at a point in Lot 20 in Concession I, 
distant 33.04 feet measured south 76^ 55' west from 
a point in the easterly limit of that lot distant 
3894.38 feet measured southerly along that easterly 
limit from the northeasterly comer thereof: thence 
south 15= 58' 30' east 3141.70 feet; thence north 
69= 47' 30* east 10.91 feet; thence south 15° 43' 20* 
east 457.50 feet ; thence south 15° 56' east 382.91 
feet; thence south 14= 42' 30' east 180 feet, more 
or less, to the water's edge of Lake Erie; thence 
continuing south 14° 42' 30* east to a point distant 
300 feet measured southerly from and perpen- 
dicularly to the water's edge of Lake Erie; thence 
in a northwesterly direction parallel to the water's 
edge of Lake Erie and 300 feet in perpendicular 
distance therefrom, to the intersection with the 
southerly production of the westerly limit of Lot 20, 
Concession I ; thence northerly along the said south- 
erly production to the water's edge of Lake Erie; 
thence north 15= 09' west along the westerly limit 
of that lot, a distance of 478.76 feet to the north 
shore of Sandusk Creek; thence north 17=49' 10' 
west 586.40 feet; thence north 15° 11' 40' west 
500 feet; thence north 15° 46' west 500 feet; thence 
north 15= 59' 40' west 500 feet; thence north 16° 
15' 30' west 350 feet; thence north 15° 46' west 
404.06 feet; thence north 77° 41' 30' east 663.83 
feet; thence north 77° 35' 50' east 792.38 feet; 
thence north 76° 55' east 500 feet, more or less, to 
the place of beginning. 

Excepting therefrom the lands of Her Majesty 
the Queen in right of Canada, as set forth in 
Instrument No. 52001 of record in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Haldimand 
(No. 18) dated the 18th day of September, 1%3. 

And subject to an easement in favour of Ontario 
Hydro over part of the herein described lands as 
set forth in Instrument No. 21963, of record in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Haldimand (No. 18) dated the 21st day of April, 
1942. O. Reg. 517/78, s. 2 (6). 

(7) Schedule 68 of the said Appendix B is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 



Schedule 68 

MURPHYS POINT PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Township of North Burgess in the County 
of Lanark, containing an area of 3,061 acres, more 
or less, and described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned 
are astronomical : 

Beginning at the intersection of the south- 
westerly limit of Lot 10 in Concession V with the 
southeasterly limit of the travelled road along the 
westerly end of Noble Bay as shown on a plan of 
survey by J. K. Benner, Ontario Land Surveyor, 
dated September 22, 1959; thence northeasterly 
along the southeasterly limit of that travelled road 
to the intersection with the water's edge along the 
northwesterly shore of Noble Bay of Rideau Lake; 
thence in a northeasterly and easterly direction 
following the water's edge along the northwesterly 
and northerly shore of Noble Bay in Lot 9 in 
Concession V to a point in a line drawn parallel 
to and distant 550 feet measured northeasterly 
from and perpendicularly to the southwesterly 
limit of that lot ; thence in a southeasterly direction 
along that parallel line to a point distant 300 feet 
measured northwesterly from and peqjendicularly 
to the water's edge along the southeasterly shore of 
Noble Bay; thence in a northeasterly and easterly 
direction parallel to the water's edge of Noble Bay 
and distant 300 feet in perpendicular width there- 
from to a point in the water's edge along the 
northwesterly shore of Island Number 275; thence 
in a northeasterly and southeasterly direction follow- 
ing that water's edge to a point distant 300 feet 
measured northwesterly from and perpendicularly 
to the water's edge along the southeasterly shore of 
Noble Bay; thence in an easterly, southerly and 
southwesterly direction parallel to the water's edge 
of Noble Bay and the water's edge along the north- 
westerly shore of Rideau Lake and distant 300 feet 
in perpendicular width therefrom to a point in the 
southeasterly production of the line between lots 
5 and 6 in Concession IV; thence southwesterly in 
a straight line to the intersection with the south- 
easterly production of the line between lots 10 and 
11 in Concession IV distant 300 feet measured 
southeasterly along that southeasterly production 
from the intersection with the water's edge along 
the northwesterly shore of Rideau Lake; thence in 
a generiil southwesterly direction parallel to the 
water's edge along the northwesterly shore of Rideau 
Lake and distant 300 feet in perpendicular width 
therefrom to the intersection with the southeasterly 
production of the line between lots 13 and 14 in 
Concession III; thence southwesterly in a straight 
line to a point distant 250 feet measured south 
astronomically from the most southerly extremity 
of Island Number 238 ; thence in a general westerly 
direction along the mid channel of Bass Bay to the 
southeasterly production of the line between lots 
15 and 16 in Concession III; thence northerly along 
that production and the line between lots 15 and 



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16 in Concession III to the most westerly corner 
of said Lot 15; thence north 48° 35' east along the 
northwesterly limit of said Lot 15 a distance of 
479.70 feet; thence north 49° 04' east along the 
northwesterly limit of said Lot 15 a distance of 
108.99 feet; thence north 87° 44' 50" east 276.19 
feet; thence north 78° 16' 50" east 88.37 feet; thence 
north 78° 58' 10" east 91.17 feet; thence north 
55° 02' 10" west 132.96 feet; thence north 23° 02' 20" 
west 96.00 feet; thence north 66° 33' 50" east 142.68 
feet; thence north 60° 48' 20" east 116.61 feet; 
thence north 25° 54' 10" east 73.72 feet; thence 
north 0° 14' west 87.46 feet; thence north 31° 52' 
30" east 119.86 feet; thence north 06° 00' west 
94.76 feet; thence north 46° 30' 40" west 86.76 
feet; thence north 0° 52' 10" east 73.97 feet; thence 
north 37° 06' 30" west 89.61 feet ; thence north 
12° 49' 30" east 98.10 feet; thence north 29° 24' 30" 
east 72.% feet; thence north 04° 35' 10" east 247.26 
feet; thence north 18° 24' 20" west 191.04 feet; 
thence north 09° 41' west 132.14 feet; thence north 
22° 55' 30" west 63.90 feet; thence north 34° 09' 50" 
west 155.64 feet; thence north 65° 35' 50" west 
40.02 feet; thence north 74° 25' 30" west 167.60 
feet; thence north 54° 07' 50" west 115.28 feet; 
thence north 67° 34' 20" west 171.21 feet; thence 
north 53° 17' 30" west 125.53 feet; thence north 
62° 53' 10" west 212.99 feet; thence north 57° 23' 
20" west 522.48 feet; thence north 56° 22' 40" west 
310.55 feet; thence north 58° 33' west 344.94 feet; 
thence north 52° 02' 10" west 142.83 feet; thence 
north 33° or 30" west 276.82 feet; thence north 
23° 18' 10" west 250.11 feet; thence north 21° 19' 
west 207.97 feet ; thence north 32° 58' 50" west 
308 feet, more or less, to the water's edge along 
the southeasterly bank of the Black Creek ; thence 
in a southwesterly direction along that water's edge 
to the line between lots 15 and 16 in Concession IV; 
thence northwesterly in a straight line to the most 
southerly corner of Lot 15 in Concession V; thence 
northeasterly along the southeasterly limit of said 
Lot 15 to the line between the east half and west 
half of said Lot 15; thence northwesterly along 
that line to the northwesterly limit of said Lot 15; 
thence northeasterly along the northwesterly limit 
of lots 15, 14 and 13 in Concession V to the most 
northerly corner of said Lot 13; thence in a south- 
easterly direction along the northeasterly limit of 
Lot 13 and its southeasterly production in Con- 
cession V to the most easterly corner of said 
Lot 13; thence southeasterly in a straight line to 
the most northerly corner of Lot 13 in Concession 
IV; thence in a southeasterly direction along the 
northeasterly limit of said Lot 13 to the southeasterly 
limit of the travelled road along the westerly end 
of Noble Bay as shown on a plan of survey by 
J. K. Benner, Ontario Land Surveyor, dated 
September 22, 1959; thence northeasterly along the 
southeasterly limit of that travelled road to the 
place of beginning. 



Excepting therefrom all lands patented before 
the 1st day of September, 1977. O. Reg. 517/78, 
s. 2 (7). 



(8) Schedule 78 of the said Appendix B is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 78 

CHUTES PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Town of Massey, formerly in the geographic 
Township of Salter, and part of the geographic 
Township of Salter in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury, containing an area of 267.66 acres, more 
or less, and described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings hereinafter men- 
tioned are astronomical and are referred to the 
meridian through the centre of the Township of 
Salter. 

Firstly: Part of the northeast quarter of Section 
25 and the southeast quarter of Section 24 contain- 
ing an area of 246.53 acres, more or less ; 

Beginning at a point in the northerly limit of 
the southeast quarter of Section 24 distant 3i feet 
measured westerly along that northerly limit from 
the northeasterly corner of the southeast quarter 
of Section 24 ; thence south 00° 39' east along the 
westerly limit of a travelled road 2014.44 feet; 
thence south 33° 48' west along that westerly 
limit 414.63 feet; thence south 18° 26' 15" west 
along that westerly limit 508.26 feet; thence south 
07° 25' 45" west along that westerly limit 630.71 
feet; thence south 02° 04' 15" east along that 
westerly limit 455.27 feet; thence south 39° 09' 15' 
east along that westerly limit 267.56 feet ; thence 
south 19° 13' west 159.88 feet; thence south 32° 58' 
west 452.10 feet; thence south 04° 03' west 317.33 
feet; thence south 12° 40' west 221.80 feet, more 
or less, to the northerly limit of the right of way 
of the Canadian Pacific Limited CP Rail; thence 
north 82° 42' west 722.01 feet; thence in a north- 
westerly direction along the curve to the left 
having a radius of 1482.19 feet, an arc distance of 
116.62 feet, the chord equivalent being 116.59 feet 
measured north 84° 58' 15" west; thence north 00° 
26' 15" west 289.62 feet; thence south 89° 33' 45' 
west 100.0 feet, more or less, to the easterly limit 
of Third Street; thence north 00° 26' 15" west along 
the easterly limit of said Third Street 746.01 feet, 
more or less, to the northerly limit of Spruce Street; 
thence south 76° 46' 45" west along that northerly 
limit 414.03 feet; thence north 00° 26' 15" west 
300 feet; thence south 76° 46' 45" west 170.0 feet; 
thence south 00° 26' 15" east 100.00 feet; thence 
south 76° 46' 45' west 431.10 feet, more or less, to 
the limit between the northeast quarter and the 
northwest quarter of Section 25; thence north 
00° 26' 15" west along that limit 400.89 feet; thence 
south 89° 12' west 213.40 feet, more or less, to the 
easterly limit of the right of way of that part of 
Secondary Highway known as No. 553; thence 
north 12° 39' east along that easterly limit 447.30 
feet; thence north 20° 06' 15" east along that east- 
erly limit 581.85 feet; thence north 15° 36' 15' 



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east along that easterly limit 611.04 feet; thence 
north ir5r45' west along that easterly limit 
609.45 feet ; thence north 55- 58' 15' west along that 
easterly limit 176.99 feet, more or less, to the limit 
between the southeast quarter and the southwest 
quarter of Section 24; thence northerly along that 
Umit 107.45 feet; thence north 87^ 54' 45' east 
18.02 feet; thence north 00^ 10' 45' west 589.03 
feet; thence south 89° 32' 45' west 23.12 feet to the 
Umit between the southeast and southwest quarter 
of Section 24; thence northerly along that limit 
214.74 feet, more or less, to the westerh- bank of 
the River aux Saubles; thence northerly along 
that westerly bank to the intersection with the 
westerly production of the northerly limit of the 
southeast quarter of Section 24; thence easterly 
along that production and the northerly limit of 
the southeast quarter of Section 24 to the place of 
beginning. 

Secondly: Part of the northwest quarter of Sec- 
tion 25 and the southeast quarter of Section 24 
containing an area of 5.43 acres, more or less. 

Beginning at the southwesterly comer of the 
southeast quarter of Section 24: thence westerly 
along the northerly Umit of the northwest quarter 
of Section 25 a distance of 235.20 feet; thence 
south 00= 26' 15' east 798.10 feet, more or less, to 
the westerly Umit of that part of Secondary High- 
way known as No. 553; thence north 12= 39' east 
along that westerly limit 271.0 feet; thence north 
20° 06' 15' east along that westerly Umit 582.49 
feet; thence north 15= 36' 15' east along that west- 
erly Umit 592.32 feet; thence north 11= 51' 45' west 
along that westerly Umit 566.59 feet ; thence north 
55= 58' 15' west along that westerly limit 104.55 
feet, more or less, to the limit between the south- 
east quarter and the southwest quarter of Section 
24; thence southerly along that limit 1205.20 feet, 
more or less, to the place of beginning. 

Thirdly: Part of the northeast quarter of Section 
25 and the southeast quarter of Section 24 contain- 
ing an area of 15.70 acres, more or less; 

Beginning at the southeasterly comer of the south- 
east quarter of Section 24; thence northerly along 
the easterly Umit of the southeast quarter of 
Section 24 a distance of 590.10 feet, more or less, 
to the easterly limit of the right of way of a 
traveUed road ; thence south 33° 48' west along that 
easterly Umit 367.85 feet; thence south 18= 26' 15' 
west along that easterly Umit 493.00 feet; thence 
south 7= 25' 45' west along that easterly Umit 
618.87 feet; thence south 02= 04' 15' east along 
that easterly Umit 427.65 feet; thence south 39= 
09' 15' east along that easterly limit 204.78 feet ; 
thence north 19° 13' east 7.14 feet; thence south 
82° 05' east 281.76 feet; thence south 00= 28' 45' 
east 343.62 feet; thence south 34° 58' 30' east 
58.27 feet, more or less, to the easterly limit of 
the northeast quarter of Section 25; thence north- 
erly along that easterly Umit 1806.86 feet, more or 
less, to the place of beginning. 



Saving and excepting from Firstly and Secondly 
Location CL 1744 being a 22 foot easement to the 
Town of Massey. O. Reg. 517/78, s. 2 (8). 

(9) Schedule 90 of the said Appendix B, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 114/71, 
is revoked and the foUowing substituted 
therefor: 

Schedule 9t 

ARROWHEAD PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Town of Hnntsville, formerly in the 
geograj^iic Township of Chaffey, in The District 
MonicipaUty of Muskoka, containing an area of 
2379 acres, more or less, and described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned 
are astronomical and are referred to the meridian 
through the southwesterly comer of the Township 
of Chaffey. 

Beginning at a point in the easterly limit of 
Lot 25 in Concession VI distant 893.35 feet measured 
ncMtherly along the easterly Umit of that lot from 
the southeasterly comer thereof; thence northerly 
along that easterly Umit to the northeasterly comer 
thereof ; thence northerly along the northerly produc- 
tion of the easterly Umit of that Lot 25 to the 
southerly Umit of Lot 25 in Concession VII ; thence 
easterly along that southerly limit to the south- 
easterly comer thereof; thence northerly along the 
easterly Umit of that lot to the northeasterly 
comer thereof; thence easterly in a straight Une to 
the southwesterly comer of Lot 26. Concession 
VIII; thence easterly along the southerly Umit of 
that lot to the southeasterly comer thereof; thence 
northerly along the easterly Umit of that lot to the 
northeasterly comer thereof; thence westerly along 
the northerly Umit of that lot to the northwesterly 
comer thereof; thence westerly in a straight line 
to the northeasterly comer of Lot 25 in Concession 
VIII; thence westerly along the northerly Umit of 
that lot to the northwesterly comer thereof; thence 
northerly in a straight line to the southeasterly 
comer of Lot 24, Concession IX; thence northerly 
along the easterly Umit of said Lot 24 to the north- 
easterly comer thereof; thence westerly along the 
northerly limit of lots 24, 23, 22 and 21 in Con- 
cession IX to the northwesterly comer of said 
Lot 21; thence southerly along the westerly Umit 
of that lot to the southwesterly comer of that 
Lot 21; thence southerly in a straight line to the 
northwesterly comer of Lot 21 in Concession VIII; 
thence westerly in a straight Une to the northeasterly 
comer of Lot 20 in Concession VI 11; thence west- 
erly along the northerly Umit of lots 20, 19 and 18 
in Concession VIII to the northwesterly comer of 
Lot 18 in Concession VIII; thence southerly along 
the westerly Umit of that lot 3184.30 feet to the 
northeasterly Umit of the right of way of that part 
of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 ; thence 
south 41° 59' 30* east atong that highway Umit 
327.56 feet ; thence southeasterly along that Ughway 



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O. Reg. 519/78 



limit on a curve to the right having a radius of 
3894.72 feet, an arc distance of 1016.24 feet, the 
chord equivalent being 1013.36 feet measured south 
34° 31' east; thence south 27° 02' 30" east 1587 
feet, more or less, to the water's edge along the 
northerly bank of the East River; thence in a 
general southeasterly direction following that water's 
edge to the easterly limit of Lot 22 in Concession 
VI ; thence northerly along the easterly limit of that 
lot to the northeasterly corner thereof ; thence north- 
erly in a straight line to the southwesterly corner 
of Lot 23 in Concession VII; thence easterly along 
the southerly limit of lots 23 and 24 to the south- 
easterly corner of Lot 24 in Concession VII ; thence 
southerly in a straight line to the northwesterly 
corner of Lot 25 in Concession VI; thence southerly 
along the westerly limit of that lot to a line drawn 
south 69° 21' 05" west from the place of beginning; 
thence north 69° 21' 05" east 1319.56 feet, more or 
less, to the place of beginning. 0. Reg. 517/78, 
s. 2 (9). 



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29 



THE FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 518/78. 

General. 

Made— June 28th, 1978. 

Filed— July 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 287 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 



1970 



1. Subsection 2 of section 1 of Regulation 287 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
73/71 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
60/72, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(2) For the purpose of clause e of section 1 of 
the Act, 

(a) elementary schools, secondary schools and 
schools for trainable retarded children 
under The Education Act, 1974; 

(b) The Ontario School for the Deaf; 

(c) The Ontario School for the Blind; 

{d) Ontario Teacher Education College; 

(c) private schools operated in accordance 
with section 15 of The Education Act, 
1974; 

(/) private vocational schools under The Pri- 
vate Vocational Schools Act, 1974; 



{g) colleges of applied arts and technology 
established under The Ministry of Colleges 
and Universities Act, 1971; 

(A) a diploma nursing program or a nursing 
assistant program recognized under The 
Health Disciplines Act, 1974, for the pur- 
pose of obtaining a certificate of compe- 
tency to practise as a registered nurse or 
as a nursing assistant ; 

(i) the Ontario Police College established 
under The Police Act; and 

{]) colleges of agricultural technology adminis- 
tered by the Ministry of Agriculture and 
Food, 

are classes of educational institutions. O. Reg. 
518/78, s. 1. 



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29 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 519/78. 

Withdrawal of Delegation of Authority 
of Minister under Section 446 of The 
Planning Act. 

Made— July 7th, 1978. 

Filed— July 7th, 1978. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

WITHDRAWAL OF DELEGATION OF 

AUTHORITY OF MINISTER UNDER 

SECTION 446 OF THE PLANNING ACT 

1. The authority delegated to the council of The 
Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth by 
Ontario Regulation 443/75 is hereby withdrawn in 
respect of the following application: 

Application by Canadian Freehold Properties 
Limited for approval of a plan of subdivision 
of lands comprising parts of lots 9, 10, 11 and 
12, Concession I, Town of Stoney Creek, which 
application is under file No. 25T-76001 of the 
Regional Municipality. O. Reg. 519/78, s. 1. 

Claude Bennett 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of July, 1978. 

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3669 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July 29th, 1978 



THE JUDICATURE ACT 

O. Reg. 520/78. 

Rules of Practice. 

Made— April 29th, 1978 and 

June 12th, 1978. 
Approved— July 5th, 1978. 
Filed— July 10th, 1978. 



AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION 545 OF RE- 
VISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970, 
BEING THE RULES OF PRACTICE AND PRO- 
CEDURE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF 
ONTARIO, INCLUDING THE APPENDIX OF 
FORMS AND THE TARIFFS OF DISBURSE- 
MENTS, MADE BY THE RULES COMMITTEE 
ON THE 29TH DAY OF APRIL, 1978 AND THE 
12TH DAY OF JUNE, 1978, UNDER THE 
JUDICATURE ACT, TO BE EFFECTIVE 
SEPTEMBER 1, 1978 AND IN THE CASE OF 
RULES 498, 498A AND 502A TO APPLY TO 
ALL NOTICES OF APPEAL FILED ON OR 
AFTER SEPTEMBER 1, 1978. 

1. Rule 127 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
amended by deleting in lines 1, 2 and 3, the 
words "it shall, if the parties differ, be settled 
in chambers, and as soon as it is settled,". 

I. The heading preceding Rule 207 of Ontario 
Regulation 545 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, is amended by deleting the 
present heading and substituting therefor the 
word "MOTIONS". 

?. Rule 207 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

"207. All motions shall be heard in open court 
except as provided in the rules." O. Reg. 520/78, 

s.3. 

4. Rule 209 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by O. Reg. 115/72 and further 
amended by O. Reg. 36/73 and further 
amended by O. Reg. 216/78 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

"209. The following motions need not be heard 
in open court unless the judge hearing the motions 
so directs : 



(1) (a) For the sale, lease or mortgaging of 
the estates of infants ; 

(b) As to the custody, guardianship, 
maintenance, and advancement of 
infants ; 

(c) For administration or partition 
without action ; 

(d) Relating to the conduct of actions 
or matters ; 

(e) For the payment of money into 
court; 

(/) Applications for leave to issue and 
to vacate certificates of lis pendens ; 

{g) Appeals from an interlocutory judg- 
ment or order of the Master or local 
judge; 



(A) Motions for judgment under rule 58 ; 

{») An order upon consent dismissing 
an action either with or without 
costs; 

ij) Applications under The Mental In- 
competency Act; 

(k) Applications for and on the return 
of a writ of habeas corpus ; 

(/) Motions for interpleader ; 

(m) Motions to wind up companies under 
the Federal or Ontario acts ; 

(n) Motions for payment of money out 
of court ; 

(o) Motions under rules 546, 567 and 
775/; 

Ip) Applications for interim corollary 
relief under section 10 of the Divorce 
Act (Canada); 

{q) Motions for interim relief under 
The Family Law Reform Act, 1978; 

(r) Originating motions under para- 
graphs 3, 4, 6 and 10 of rule 607 ; 



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(s) Motions under any statute that 
authorizes an application to a judge ; 

(t) Motions before a Justice of Appeal. 

(2) Motions which are made ex parte or on 
consent or which are shown, to the satis- 
faction of the judge, to be unopposed. 

(3) Other motions with respect to which the 
judge is satisfied that the possibility of 
prejudice or injustice to the parties or 
any of them outweighs the desirability of 
holding the hearing in open court." 
O. Reg. 520/78, s. 4. 

5. Rule 210 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by O. Reg. 115/72 and further 
amended by O. Reg. 628/76 and further 
amended by O. Reg. 216/78 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

"210. The Master, sitting otherwise than in 
open court, is empowered and required to dispose 
of all motions properly made under rule 209 (1), 
except with respect to the following matters, 
whether ex parte, on consent or otherwise : 

1. Matters relating to criminal proceedings 
or the liberty of the subject. 

2. Appeals and applications in the nature of 
appeals. 

3. Extending the time for appealling to an 
appellate court. 

4. Applications for arrest. 

5. Proceedings as to mentally incompetent 
persons. 

6. Originating motions, other than those for 
administration, partition or interpleader. 

7. Applications as to the custody, main- 
tenance or guardianship of infants, or the 
sale, lease, mortgage of or dealing with 
infants' estates or settled estates but this 
exception shall not include applications 
under item {p) of rule 209 (1) or other 
interlocutory applications for the interim 
custody or interim maintenance of infants. 

8. Opposed applications for judgment for 
partition or administration. 

9. The payment of money out of court, or 
dispensing with the payment of money 
into court, in administration and partition 
matters. 

10. Allowing taxed costs in lieu of commission 
under rule 660. 

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11. Striking out a jury notice except for 
irregularity or on consent of all parties to 
the action. 

12. Any matter which is expressly required to 
be done by a judge. 

13. The removal of causes from inferior courts. 

14. The making of orders for reference under 
The Arbitrations Act. 

15. Staying proceedings after verdict or judg- 
ment at a trial. 

16. Application for restraining orders under 
The Family Law Reform Act, 1978. 
O. Reg. 520/78, s. 5. 

6. Sub-rule (1) of rule 212 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended by O. Reg. 628/76 is 
further amended by deleting in lines 2 and 3, 
the words "sitting in court or chambers". 

6a. Sub-rule (1) (c) of rule 212 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended by O. Reg. 628/76 is further 
amended by deleting in line 2, the words 
"sitting in court or chambers". 

7. Rule 214 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
amended by deleting in line 2, the words 
"in chambers". 

8. Rule 215 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
amended by deleting in lines 5 and 6, the 
words "(Form 39 and 40)" and substituting 
therefor the words "(Form 39)". 

9. Rule 225 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by O. Reg. 115/72, is further 
amended by revoking sub-rule (1) and re- 
numbering sub-rules (2) and (3) as (1) and (2) 
respectively. 

10. Rule 225 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by O. Reg. 115/72, is further 
amended by deleting from new sub-rule (1) 
in line 3, the words "or a judge in chambers". 

11. Sub-rule (1) of rule 227 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 1, the 
words "in chambers". 

12. Rule 237 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by O. Reg. 36/73, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 



O. Reg. 520/78 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3671 



"237. — (1) All papers for use on a motion at 
Toronto shall be filed in the Registrar's oflBce, and, 
when, no longer required, all such papers and all 
f)apers forwarded for use on the motion shall be 
transmitted to the office in which the proceedings 
were commenced. 

(2) Motions, except ex parte motions, shall be set 
down in the Registrar's office, at least one day 
before the return date. 

(3) All papers to be used on the hearing shall be 
left with the Registrar on the day before that on 
which the motion is to be heard, and shall be marked 
with the name of the office where the proceedings 
were commenced. 

(4) All documents sent from local offices to 
Toronto shall be sent to the Registrar at Toronto, 
postage or express charges prepaid. 

(5) Unless otherwise directed by the judge, 
ex parte and unopposed motions shall be heard 
before contested motions." O. Reg. 520/78, s. 12. 

13. Rule 239 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
amended by deleting the part of the rule 
preceding the lettered clauses and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 

"239. All motions may be heard and determined 
by the judge at sittings held at Ottawa and 
London where,". 

14. Sub-rule (e) of rule 239 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970. is amended by deleting in line 5, the 
words "Kent or" and substituting therefor 
the words "Kent, Huron or". 

15. Sub-rule (1) of rule 243 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as renumbered by O. Reg. 32/78, is 
amended by deleting in line 3, the words 
"in court or in chambers". 

16. Sub-rule (1) of rule 400 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 2, the 
words "in chambers". 

17. Sub-rule (2) of rule 400 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in lines 1 and 2, 
the words "in chambers". 

18. Sub-rule (3) of rule 462a of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 5, the 
words "in chambers". 



19. Sub-rule (2) of rule 4626 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 4, the 
words "in chambers". 

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20. Rule 471 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is 
amended by deleting in line 7, the words 
"in chambers". 



21. Sub-rule (2) of rule 473 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regidations of Ontario, 
is amended by deleting in line 2, the words 
"in chambers". 



22. Rule 498 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by O. Reg. 437/73 and further 
amended by O. Reg. 106/75 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

"RVLE 498: 

498. In all cases, other than an appeal from an 
interlocutory order, 

(1) the appeal shall be set down for hearing 
by filing in the office of the Registrar the 
notice of motion and proof of service within 
ten days after service. Not later than forty 
days after the appeal has been set down, 
there shall be left with the Registrar 
proof that the copies of the evidence not 
agreed to to be deleted pursuant to 
rule 498A and required for use uf>on the 
appeal have been ordered ; 

(2) the appellant shall, within thirty days 
after setting down the app)eal, or within 
fifteen days after the evidence is ready, 
whichever is later, cause to be filed with 
the Registrar the record, exhibits and 
evidence, not agreed to be deleted, the 
certificate or certificates, as the case may be, 
referred to in rule 498A, and proof of 
service of the appellant's Statement, re- 
ferred to in rule 501, and all such other 
papers as are necessary for the hearing 
of the appeal and lodge with the Registrar, 
in the case of an appeal to the Court of 
Appeal, five copies and, in the case of an 
appeal to the Divisional Court, three copies, 
of the appellant's Statement referred to 
in rule 501 and of an appeal book for the 
use of the court, each appeal book con- 
taining in the order shown : 

(i) an index, 

(ii) the notice of appeal, 

(iii) the pleadings. 



(iv) the judgment or order appealed 
from, 

(v) the reasons for judgment. 



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(3) 



(vi) such of the exhibits filed as are 
documents or parts of documents 
and which are material to the 
hearing of the appeal and which 
have not been agreed to be deleted 
in order of the dates of such docu- 
ments; provided, however, that 
documents having common charac- 
teristics may be arranged in separate 
groups in order of their dates, 
if any, 

(vii) the evidence when not transcribed 
by a reporter, 

(viii) the certificates referred to in rule 
498 A, 

(ix) any other document material to the 
hearing of the appeal ; 

the appellant shall, contemporaneously 
with the lodging of the appeal book with 
the Registrar, serve each of the other 
parties with a copy thereof, together with 
a copy of the evidence not agreed to be 
deleted ; 



(4) where compliance with the rules as to the 
appeal books, or transcripts of evidence, 
would cause undue expense or delay, 
a Judge of the Appellate Court may give 
special directions ; 

(5) as soon as the record, exhibits, proof of 
service of the appellant's Statement and 
the certificates referred to in rule 498A 
have been filed, and the appeal book and 
evidence not agreed to be deleted have been 
lodged with the Registrar, the appeal shall 
be deemed to be perfected, and 

(i) the Registrar shall forthwith notify 
all parties to the appeal, by mail, of 
the date uf)on which the appeal was 
so perfected, and 

(ii) subject to clause (iii) appeals to 
the Court of Appeal perfected on or 
before the last day of any month 
shall be placed on the list of cases 
to be heard in the second month 
thereafter in which appeals are to 
be heard, and 

(iii) appeals to the Court of Appeal 
perfected in June shall be placed on 
the list of cases to be heard in 
September, and 

(iv) an appeal to the Divisional Court 
shall, on the fifteenth day after it is 
perfected, be placed on the list of 
cases to be heard at the appropriate 
place of hearing. O. Reg. 520/78, 
s. 22. 



22fl. Ontario Regulation 545 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, is amended by 
adding new rule 498A as follows : 

'•RULE 498 A. 

498a. — (1) In order to minimize, where possible, 
the reproduction of exhibits and the 
transcription of evidence for use on an 
appeal, the appellant shall, within twenty 
days following the filing of the notice of 
appeal, serve on each respondent a list, 
certified in accordance with Form 130 A, 
setting forth those portions of the exhibits 
by number and of the evidence by witness 
that it is suggested be deleted from the 
case on appeal ; 

(2) within ten days after receipt of the list of 
the appellant, the respondent, or respond- 
ents, as the case may be, shall either serve 
on all other parties a list certified in 
accordance with Form 130A confirming the 
appellant's list or serve on all other parties a 
list certified in accordance with Form 130A 
of any additions to, or deletions from, the 
appellant's list of exhibits and evidence 
which may be necessary for the appeal. 
A respondent who does not either confirm 
the appellant's list or serve his own list in 
accordance with Form 130A within ten 
days shall be deemed to confirm the list 
submitted by the appellant ; 

(3) upon receiving the list from the respond- 
ent, or respondents, as the case may be, or 
if the ten days referred to in rule 498A (2) 
have expired, the appellant, subject to rule 
498 (4) shall order all of the evidence not 
agreed to be deleted and shall include in 
the appeal book all exhibits not agreed to be 
deleted ; 

(4) in the disposition of the costs of the appeal, 
the Court may have regard to the certi- 
ficates referred to in this rule." O. Reg. 
520/78, s. 22a. 



23. Sub-rule (1) of rule 499 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 2, the 
words "in court or in chambers". 



24. Sub-rule (2) of rule 502 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended by O. Reg. 437/73 is 
further amended by adding after the words 
"appellate court" in line 3 thereof the 
following : 

"or an appellant has not filed copies of the evidence 
within 30 days after notification by the court 
reporter that the evidence has been transcribed," 



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25. Ontario Regulation 545 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, is amended by adding 
new rule 502A as follows : 

502a. — (1) If the appellant has not left with the 
Registrar proof that the copies of the 
evidence not agreed to be deleted pur- 
suant to rule 498A have been ordered 
within the time prescribed by rule 498 (1), 
or within such longer time as has been 
fixed by a Judge of the Appellate Court, 
the respondent may give ten clear days' 
notice to the appellant of an application to 
the Registrar to have the appeal dismissed 
as an abandoned appeal, and, if he is also 
an appellant by cross-appeal, he may 
move before a Judge of the Appellate Court 
for directions in respect of the cross- 
appeal; 

(2) If the appellant has not left with the 
Registrar such proof within the ten days 
from the giving of such notice, or within 
such further time as is allowed by a Judge 
of the Appellate Court, the Registrar shall 
dismiss the appeal as an abandoned appeal 
with costs to be taxed and shall issue a 
certificate accordingly." O. Reg. 520/78 
s. 25. 

26. Sub-rule (1) of rule 514 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario. 
1970, is amended by deleting in hnes 3 and 5. 
the words "in chambers". 



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I 



27 Rule 514A of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
revoked. 

28. Sub-rule (2) of rule 516 of Ontario R^ula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 5, the 
words "in chambers". 

29. Rule 519 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
amended by deleting in line 8, the words 
"(Forms 68 and 69)" and substituting there- 
for the words "(Form 68)". 

30. Sub-rule (1) of rule 522 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in lines 1 and 2, 
the words "made in court, or in chambers, 
or issued on praecipe". 

31. Rule 526 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
amended by deleting in line 2, the words 
"upon an application in chambers" and 
substituting therefor the words "on motion". 



32. Rule 527 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is [ 
amended by deleting in lines 3 and 4, the I 

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words "upon an applicaticm in chambers" 
and substituting therefor the words "on 
motion". 

33. Sub-rule (2) of rule 537 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in Une 2, the 
words "or by a judge in chambers" and by 
deleting in line 4, the words "or chambers". 

34. Sub-rule (3) of rule 537 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised R^ulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 2, the 
words "in coiut or chambers". 

35. Sub-rule (4) of rule 537 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 1. the 
words "sitting in chambers". 

36. Sub-rule (5) of rule 537 of Ontario R^ula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regtilations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 1, the 
words "sitting in chambers". 

37. Sub-rule (6) of rule 537 of Ontario R^ula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 1, the 
words "sitting in chambers". 

3S. Sub-rule (1) of rule 629 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended by O. Reg. 115/72, is 
further amended by deleting in line 4, the 
words "in chambers". 

39. Sub-rule (2) of rule 629 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended by O. R^. 115/72. is 
further amended by deleting in line 1, the 
words "in chambers". 

40. Sub-rule (1) of rule 741 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 3, the 
words "in chambers". 

41. Sub-rule (2) of rule 741 of Ontario R^ula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting in line 3, the 
words "or the clerk in chambers" and sub- 
stituting therefor the words "or the Registrar 
or the Clerk, as the case may be" and by 
deleting in Une 4, the words "of the clerk in 
chambers". 

42. Sub-rule (2) of rule 760 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended by O. Reg. 569/75 and 
further amended by O. Reg. 451/77 and 
further amended by O. Reg. 32/78. is 
further amended by adding at the end thereof 
a new clause (g) as follows : 

"(g) a true copy of an issued and entered order 
or judgment." 



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44. 



Sub-rule (3) of rule 760 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by adding after "(2)" in 
line 2 the words "or (5)". 

Sub-rule (4) of rule 760 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by adding after "(2)" in 
line 2, the words "or (5)". 



45. Rule 760 of Ontario Regulation 545 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by O. Reg. 569/75 and further 
amended by O. Reg. 451/77 and further 
amended by O. Reg. 32/78, is further amended 
by adding at the end thereof a new sub- 
rule (5) as follows : 

"(5) Where an order or judgment which has 
been issued by the proper officer or Judge requires 
entry by the registrar in the office of the Court 
where the proceedings were commenced, the issued 
order or judgment may be forwarded by ordinary 
prepaid mail to the registrar or clerk for entry 
and filing." O. Reg. 520/78, s. 45. 

46. Sub-rule (1) of rule 775a of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, is amended by deleting the phrase 
"11 Sk." in line 1 thereof and substituting 
therefor the phrase "1151." 

46a. Ontario Regulation 545 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, is amended by adding 
thereto the following rule : 

"7751. — (1) A recognizance entered into under 
an order made under section 34 of the Act shall be 
in Form 88 and shall be entered into before the 
registrar or clerk of the court or such other officer 
of the court as a judge may direct. 



(2) Where a party is in breach of a condition 
of the recognizance, the court, on application by 
an opposite party or the Attorney General, may 
order that a writ of execution be issued to enforce 
the recognizance." O. Reg. 520/78, s. 46a. 

47. Sub-rule (2) of rule 801 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 545 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, i