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* DOMINION OF CANADA 



ANNUAL 

DEPARTMENTAL 

REPORTS 

1925-26 



VOL. IV 





OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

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ANNUAL DEPARTMENTAL 
REPORTS 



VOLUME I 

Auditor General, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

VOLUME II 

Public Accounts, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Customs and Excise; Department of, containing accounts of Revenue with statementa 
relative to the Imports, Exports, and Excise of the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal 
year ended March 31, 1926. 

Shipping Report (Customs and Excise), containing the Statements of Navigation and 
Shipping for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Trade and Commerce, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Weights and Measures, Electricity and Gas Inspection Services (Trade and Commerce,) 

for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Commissioner of Patents and Copyrights, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada (Trade and Commerce), for the crop year 
ended August 31, 1926. 

Interior; Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Immigration and Colonization; Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Indian Affairs; Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Mines; Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Agriculture, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

National Defence; Department of, (Militia and Air Service), for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1926. 

National Defence; Department of, (Naval Service), for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 



Soldiers' Civil Re-establishtment; Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 
Health; Department of, for the fiscal year' ended March 31, 1926. 

VOLUME III 

Superintendent of Penitentiaries, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, for the year ended September 30, 1926. 

Secretary of State, Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Public Archives, for the year 1926. 

Civil Service Commission, for the calendar year ended December 31, 1926. 

External Affairs; Department of the Secretary of State for, for the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1926. 

Labour; Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Public Printing and Stationery; Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Marine and Fisheries (Marine); Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Marine and Fisheries (Fisheries); Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

VOLUME IV 
Post Office; Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 
Public Works; Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 
Railways and Canals; Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 
Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the calendar year ended December 31, 1926. 
Chief Electoral Officer (By-elections 1925-26.) 
Chief Electoral Officer (Sixteenth General Election), 1926. 

VOLUME V 

Trade of Canada (Imports for Consumption and Exports), for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1926. 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



REPORT 



OF THE 



POSTMASTER GENERAL 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 



1926 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1926 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.B.E., Governor General and Commander-in-Chief 
of the Dominion of Canada, 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

I have the honour to forward to your Excellency the accompanying report 
of the Post Office Department of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 
March 31, 1926, which is respectfully submitted. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your Excellency's most obedient servant, 



P. J. VENIOT, 

Postmaster General. 



Post Office Department, 
Ottawa, October 27, 1926. 



23144—11 



CONTENTS 

OF THE 

REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1926 

Page 

General Statement 9 

showing number of post offices established and closed, and extension of rural mail delivery. 

General Financial statement 10 

showing net revenue and expenditure, salaries of outside service (postmasters and staff in 

city offices, post office inspectors, and staff, railway mail service and letter carriers), 

detailed statements of revenue, 
deductions and expenditure, also salaries and allowances to postmasters at all offices which 

are not placed on the city post office basis. 

Canadian postal notes paid and sold 11 

British postal orders paid 11 

Money order transactions, detailed statements 12-15 

Post Office Savings Bank, detailed statements 15-17 

Railway Mail Service, detailed statements 18-20 

Postage stamps 20 

Inspection Service 20-21 

Dead Letter Office transactions 21-22 

Equipment and Supply Branch, detailed statement 22 

Accounting Offices, with gross postal revenue of each office: — 

In Province of Ontario 23-34 

" Quebec 34-43 

" Nova Scotia 43-45 

" New Brunswick 46-47 

" Prince Edward Island 48 

" Manitoba 48-51 

" Saskatchewan 51-56 

" Alberta 56-60 

" British Columbia 61-64 

In Yukon Territory , 64 

Non-accounting offices, with revenue of each office 65-112 



REPORT 

OF THE 

DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 

1925-26 • 

Post Office Department, 

Ottawa, October 21, 1926. 
To the Honourable 

Peter J. Veniot, LL.D., M.P., 
Postmaster General of Canada. 

I have the honour to submit the following report of the operations of the 
Post Office Department for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Reductions in Letter Rates 

The domestic rate of postage on letters, which had already applied for 
many years on correspondence going to the United States and Mexico, was 
extended to the British West Indies from the first of July, 1925, and on the 
first of September following, it came into effect on letters going to Newfoundland 
and to any other part of the North American continent. The rate to any of 
these places from Canada became, therefore, 3 cents for the first ounce and 
2 cents for each subsequent ounce. 

Return to "Penny Postage" 

As a result of the considerable improvement in the financial condition of 
the country during the last year or two, which made possible some alleviation 
as regards the taxes of various kinds collected from our people, it was decided 
to remove the war tax on letters (other than drop letters), a tax which was 
imposed, not by the Post Office Department, but under the Special War Revenue 
Act of 1915, and which of all the taxes given effect by that Act, had perhaps 
the most general application to the citizens of the Dominion, since every person 
using the Post Office contributed under the resulting increase in letter postage. 
The withdrawal of this tax was made effective as from July 1, 1926. The 
consequent return to penny postage for letters addressed to places in Canada, 
the United States, and other portions of the North American continent was 
warmly welcomed by the public generally. 

The rate on letters for Great Britain and other parts of the Empire was 
similarly reduced from four cents to three cents, from July 1, 1926, by the 
removal of this tax, and this also met with general favour. 

The saving in postage to the public, and especially to the business public, 
under the new rates, will aggregate a large sum annually. 

Stockholm Postal Union Convention Effective 

The changes in Postal Union rates of postage and regulations resulting 
from the Congress of the Universal Postal Union held at Stockholm in 1924, 
came into effect on October 1, 1925. The new postage rate adopted by Canada 
as from that date for letters addressed to Postal Union countries, other than 
those with which we have special arrangements in that respect, is eight cents 
for the first ounce and four cents for each subsequent ounce. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



Money Ordee Business 



From July 1, 1925, the war tax on money orders and postal notes not 
exceeding a value of $5 was discontinued. On August 1 following, money order 
business with Mexico, which had been suspended since November, 1914, was 
resumed, and on the same date a convention with the Kingdom of Serbs, Croates 
and Slovenes (Jugo-Slavia) became effective, providing for an interchange of 
money orders with that country. On August 1, 1925, an arrangement was 
made for the resumption of money order business with Hungary — ^which had 
been suspended during the war — through the agency of the British Postal 
Department. 

Postal Educational Campaign 

The postal educational campaign carried on for some years now in various 
forms was closely followed up throughout the past year, and an increasing interest 
and willingness to co-operate are being shown by the public as they become 
more familiar with what is required of them in the interests of efficient postal 
service. The postal exhibits at exhibitions and fall fairs continue to attract a 
large measure of attention from visitors, and with the hearty co-operation of 
the local postal officials, provide an excellent opportunity for reaching the 
public successfully with postal information, advice and warnings. Our motion 
picture, slides, etc., dealing with the post office service have been widely utilized, 
both at the postal exhibits and in connection with talks given by postal officials 
at numerous points throughout the Dominion as opportunity offered. Some of 
our postmasters and other officers have shown gratifying interest and initiative 
in effectively using such means of postal education of the public. Much appre- 
ciative comment reaches the department from time to time from the general 
public respecting its wide-awake policy along these and other lines. 

One-half Cent Rate on Printed Circulars for Local Distribution to 

Householders 

In an effort to meet present day business requirements, the rate on printed 
circulars soliciting business, for local distribution to householders, was reduced 
to one-half cent each. It was considered that the cost of labour saved by not 
having to sort up the circulars should be credited to the mailers. 

Cash Registers Used For Postage-Paid-in-Cash System 

Following the successful working of postage impression machines for pre- 
payment of postage, we have gone a step farther in the use of mechanical im- 
pressions by introducing commercial cash registers for prepayment of postage 
on parcels of third class matter or parcel post. This system was placed in oper- 
ation in our service in October, 1925, and offers many advantages not only to 
the Post Office, but to large business houses which have also adopted it. 

Instead of using postage stamps, the correct amount of postage is punched 
on the keys of the cash register which then records this amount on a strip of 
gummed paper. This strip, which is affixed to the parcel shows in addition to 
the amount of postage prepaid, the permit number of the machine, the place 
and date of mailing and the serial number of the parcel. An actual record of 
the postage is kept on the recording device of the cash register. 

In so far as the postal patron is concerned, weighing, computing and affixing 
postage, and depositing parcels in the receiver, are now things of the past. No 
matter how many parcels he has, he simply presents them to the Post Office 
employee who advises him as to the amount of postage and all he has to do is 
to hand in the cash. The Post Office employee does the rest. Results — less 
congestion, quicker service. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 7 

C.O.D. Service 

Throughout the country generally the public are realizing the facilities 
offered by the Post Office C.O.D. , service which fact is evidenced by the large 
increase in the number of C.O.D. articles mailed. Over 1,000,000 articles were 
sent C.O.D. during the year (an increase of 250,000 over the previous year), 
the fees amounting to more than $150,000. 

Insurance op Parcels 

The number of insured parcels mailed is steadily increasing, more than 
3,100,000 insured parcels having been mailed during the year, the insurance 
fees amounting to upwards of $155,000. 

Further developments of the insurance system were carried out and services 
extended during the year to China, Grenada, Hong Kong, Newfoundland and 
New Zealand, in addition to the services to Germany, Great Britain, Holland, 
Irish Free State, St. Vincent, and the United States. 

Negotiations with other countries are at present under way, with the object 
of arranging further extensions of the insurance system. 

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Zoning of Cities 

In an endeavor to further speed up the delivery of mail in cities, the depart- 
ment has inaugurated a zoning system. 

Under this arrangement large cities will be divided into certain zones with 
corresponding number, which will form part of the post office address. The 
placing of the number of the zone on the letter enables it to get to its destination 
within the shortest possible space of time. 

So far this innovation has only been applied to Toronto, but it is the intention 
of the Department to extend it to other cities where the quantity of mail received 
and the size of the city warrants it. 

Postal Terminal "A", Toronto 

The developments in connection with the Union Station at Toronto will 
necessitate a complete rearrangement of the methods followed in the Toronto 
Postal Terminal "A". 

With a view to coping with the situation, intensive study has been under- 
taken of Postal methods, and plans have been prepared which cover the most 
up-to-date method of handling mail. 

The program at Toronto has been so planned that the department will be 
able to take care of the mail developments for the next decade with the least 
possible disarrangement of the public service. 

The plans include incline belts for the conveyance of mails and also belt 
distributors to facilitate and expedite the sortation of parcel post. 

Studies are also being made of other large postal centres such as Montreal, 
Vancouver, Winnipeg, with a view to giving the public the best service possible. 

Effective Inspection Reduces Losses 

As a result of extra effort put forth to decrease the loss of mail matter and 
for the detection of those guilty of stealing from the mails, 92 persons were 
placed under arrest during the past year, charged with stealing from the mails, 
and 84 were convicted and sentenced to imprisonment. 

During the year, as a result of closer check kept on mails and also due in 
part to extension of the use of locks on parcel bags, the proportion of losses both 
of insured articles and C.O.D. articles decreased 13%. 



8 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Inspection work in the field has been extended to cover yearly a certain 
proportion of non-accounting offices, so as to provide for the observation of 
postal work carried on in outlying offices. 

Increased Limit of Weight for Parcel Post 

In September, 1925, the weight limit for parcel post passing in the mails 
within Canada was increased to fifteen pounds. As this allowed the acceptance 
in the mails of a good many articles of general use which had been slightly over 
the former limit of eleven pounds, it was felt that it would be in the interest of 
the public and prove a real convenience. It is especially of value where it is 
desired to forward such heavier articles to parts of the country to which the post 
office is practically the only means of conveyance. This increase in weight 
appears to have been appreciated and taken advantage of both by business men 
and the public generally. 

The new limit of weight was also extended on January 1, 1926, to apply to 
parcels going from Canada to Great Britain (including Northern Ireland) and 
to the United States, and on February 1, 1926, to Newfoundland. 

Summarized statements covering the various branches of the Department 
are apf)ended. 

L. J. GABOURY, 

Deputy Postmaster General. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 



NUMBER OF POST OFFICES 

Statement showing the number of Post Offices in operation in the Dominion 
on March 31, 1925, the number of Post Offices established and the number 
of Post Offices closed during the year from March 31, 1925, to March 31, 
1926, and the number in operation on March 31, 1926. 



Province 


Number of 
Post Offices 
in operation 
at end of 
fiscal year 
1925 


Number of 
Post Offices 
established 
from March 
31, 1925 to 
March 31, 
1926 


Number of 

Post Offices 

closed from 

March 31, 

1925 to 

March 31, 

1926 


Number of 
Post Offices 
in operation 

on 

March 31, 

1926 


Ontario 


2,588 

2,396 

1,793 

1,126 

130 

871 

813 

1,211 

1,414 

19 

15 


57 
47 
11 
13 
1 

15 
36 
25 
32 
1 
1 


32 
14 
13 
20 


2,613 


Quebec 


2,429 


Nova Scotia 


1,791 


New Brunswick 


1,119 




131 


British Columbia 


18 
31 
33 
13 


868 


Manitoba 


818 


Alberta 


1,203 


Saskatchewan 


1,433 


Yukon 


20 


Northwest Territory 


2 


14 






Total 


12,376 


239 


176 


12.439 







Total number of post offices in operation on March 31, 1925 12, 376 

Number of post offices established from March 31, 1925 to March 31, 1926 239 

Number of post offices closed from March 31 , 1925 to March 31, 1926 176 

Total number of post offices in operation on March 31, 1926 12, 439 

Net increase 63 



RURAL MAIL DELIVERY 

While, during the last four years, the expansion of the Rural Mail Delivery 
system has been restricted on account of the necessity for rigid economy, the 
continued development of the western provinces involving as it has done the 
establishment of good roads, consequent on the great increase in population, 
has been reflected in an insistent demand for improved postal facilities. 

With a view, therefore, to providing an adequate mail service system 
throughout the western provinces, inquiry is being made as to the practicability 
of establishing rural mail delivery in such districts as are well settled and 
throughout which the roads are permanent in nature and in good and passable 
condition at all seasons of the year. 



10 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

GENERAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1925-26 

The net revenue for the year amounted to $31,024,464.22 and the expendi- 
ture to $30,499,685.74, being an increase of $2,442,471.35 in the net revenue and 
an increase of $625,883.34 in the expenditure. The revenue for the year exceeded 
the expenditure by $524,778.48. 

REVENUE 

Postage stamps, postcards, etc., sold $30, 166,763 12 

Postage paid in cash on newspapers 1 , 507, 507 26 

Postage paid in cash on third class (printed) matter 1 , 012, 500 35 

Postage paid in cash on metered mail matter 348, 502 42 

Postage paid in cash on parcels 1,026,675 25 

Rent of letter boxes and drawers 238, 474 51 

Commission received on money orders 1,494,881 69 

Commission received on postal notes 182, "684 02 

Profit in exchange on money order business with other countries 8, 996 58 

Profit in exchange on British Postal Order businesg 5,798 12 

Commission received from the United Kingdom on postal order business.. 744 44 

Postage on parcels from other countries 760,717 25 

Transit charges on correspondence from other countries 125,055 84 

Void money orders, that is, money orders issued between 1st Jany., 1924, 
and 31st Dec, 1924, payment of which had not been claimed to 31st 

Dec, 1925 5,288 71 

Lapsed postal notes 212,830 23 

Collections from sale of rural mail boxes 12, 721 50 

Miscellaneous revenue 18, 643 73 

$37,128,785 02 
DEDUCTIONS 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances toward rent, fuel 
and light, compensation on money order and postal note 
business, and commission on box and drawer rents $ 5,518,986 09 

Discount to stamp vendors and postmasters and compen- 
sation to messengers for special deliverj' of letters 217,566 33 

Losses by fire, burglarj', etc , 4, 022 64 

Balance of commission paid to other countries on money 

order business 26, 331 23 

Postage on parcels to other countries 114, 914 98 

Transit charges on correspondence to other countrie3 194,087 85 

Indemnity paid to owners of lost insured parcels. 28.411 68 

6,104,320 80 

$31,024,464 22 

Owing to the fact that the Pubhc Accounts for the year ended 31st March, 
1926, were closed before the accounts of the Post Office Department could be 
finallv adjusted, the amount trarsferred to Consolidated Fund as Post Office 
Revenue was $30,334,575.02 instead of $31,024,464.22. 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1926 

Mail Service 

Conveyance of mails by Railwav $ 7, 317, 278 28 

Water 524, 169 65 

Ordinary land 6,118,994 10 

Supplying and repairing mail bags, etc 343,982 98 

$14,304,425 01 

Salaries 
Salaries 15,046,747 37 

Miscellaneous 

Postage Stamps $ 241,241 78 

Commission to Postmasters 3, 700 00 

Travelling 58,578 00 

Printing 349,036 09 

Miscellaneous 349,933 55 

1,002,489 42 

Yukon 146, 023 94 

Total $30, 499, 685 74 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 



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pQsld NJ^s: — -During the year 6,821,378 postal notes, amounting in value 
to $15,340,056.11 were paid, increases as compared with the previous year of 
601,748 in the number and of $1,413,401.35 in the value. The revenue derived 
from the sale of postal notes amounted to $182,684.15. 

British postal orders were paid as follows: number 64,460; value $171,- 
074.19, increases of 7,177 in number and $21,780.81 in value. 

The following table shows the net revenue, expenditure and deficit or surplus 
as the case may be, of the post office for each fiscal year since Confederation. 



Fiscal Year 



Net revenue 



Expenditure 



Deficit 



Surplus 



1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887, 
1888 
1889, 
1890, 
1891, 
1892, 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
1920. 
1921. 
1922. 
1923. 
1924. 
1925. 
1926. 



$ cts. 

808.857 84 
758,182 03 
788,904 78 
803,637 17 
916, t18 34 

,093,516 07 
,151,269 83 
,172,381 38 
,106,736 74 
,120,224 26 
,224,912 17 
,117,364 50 
,179,677 89 
,344,969 85 
,543,309 21 
,753,079 22 
,712,318 85 
,790,494 90 
,852,155 00 
,964,062 17 
,322,728 68 
,220,503 66 
,357,388 95 
,515,823 44 
,652,745 79 
,773,507 71 
,809,341 06 
,792,789 64 
,971,652 93 
202,938 42 
527,809 69 
,182,930 92 
,183,984 17 
421,192 19 

888.126 10 

366.127 75 
652,324 74 
125,372 67 
933,342 53 

061.858 93 
107,756 38 
401,623 93 
958,547 72 
146,952 47 
482,255 39 
060,476 43 
956,216 42 
046,649 57 
858,409 93 
902,384 46 
345,394 48 
602,712 65 
449,916 97 
331,118 97 
554,538 24 
262,232 78 
100,491,92 
581,992 87 
024,464 22 



785 

864 

933 

994 

1,092 

1,240 

1,370 

1,509 

1,581 

1,694 

1,715 

1,750 

1,818 

1,876 

1,980 

2,176 

2,312 

2,488 

2,763 

2,818 

2,889 

2,982 

3,074 

3,161, 

3,316, 

3,421, 

3,517, 

3,593, 

3,752, 

3,789, 

3,575, 

3,581, 

3,645, 

3,837, 

3,883, 

3,970, 

4,347, 

4,634, 

4,921, 

3,979, 

6,005, 

6,592, 

7,215, 

7,954, 

9,172, 

10,882, 

12,822, 

15,961, 

16,009, 

16,300, 

18,046, 

19,273, 

20,774, 

24,661, 

28,121, 

27,794, 

28,305, 

29,873, 

30,499, 



cts. 

,298 55 
,954 55 
,398 67 
,876 00 
,519 03 
, 135 95 
,542 41 
,113 29 
,608 72 
,708 18 
,255 36 
,267 17 
,271 05 
,657 96 
,567 25 
,089 09 
,965 27 
,315 36 
, 186 41 
,907 22 
,728 59 
,321 48 
,469 91 
,675 72 
, 120 03 
,203 17 
,261 31 
,647 47 
,805 12 
,478 34 
,411 99 
,848 71 
,646 04 
,376 18 
,016 96 
859 64 
540 84 
527 78 

577 22 
557 34 
929 74 
386 40 
337 47 
222 79 
035 47 
804 57 
058 44 
191 47 
138 77 

578 65 
557 90 
583 94 
385 20 
262 26 
425 07 
501 89 
936 57 
802 40 
685 74 



cts. 



106,772 52 
144,493 89 
191,238 83 
176,100 69 
146,619 88 
219,272 58 
336,731 91 
,474,871 98 
574,483 92 
490,343 19 
632,902 67 
638,593 16 
531,688 11 
437,258 04 
423,009 87 
600,646 42 
697,820 46 
911,031 41 
854,845 05 
566,999 91 
761,817 82 
717,080 96 
645,852 28 
663,374 24 
647,695 46 
707,920 25 
800,857 83 
781,152 19 
586,539 92 
47,602 30 
398,917 79 
461,661 87 
416,183 99 



2,914,541 90 



1,566,886 53 
i,29i,869'53 



S cts. 
13,559 29 



5, 

395, 

304, 

490, 

1,011, 

1,082, 

1,101, 

809, 

743, 

1,192, 

1,310, 

1,177, 

134, 



109 14 
268 11 
783 99 
844 89 
765 31 
301 59 
826 64 
237 53 
210 25 
729 68 
219 92 
671 86 
157 98 



2,849,271 16 
4,601,805 81 
3,298,836 58 
2,329,128 71 
3,675,531 77 
1,669,856 71 

1,467,730 89 
794,555 35 



524,778 48 



12 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

MONEY ORDER TRANSACTIONS 

The number of money order offices in operation on March 31, 1926, was 
6,706, an increase of 128 over the previous year. 

The total number of orders issued during the last year was 14,784,230, as 
against 13,435,448 for the previous year. The aggregate value was $177,840,- 
231.31 as against $163,519,320.27 for the previous year. 

12,875,009 of the orders issued during the year with a value of $158,844,- 
831.37 were payable in the Dominion of Canada. 

1,909,221, with a value of $18,995,399.94 were payable abroad. 

The number of orders issued abroad and payable in Canada was 902,255 
with an aggregate value of $15,600,917.28. 

The number of orders issued in Canada on the United States was 1,295,768 
and the value $12,051,292.46. 

The number of orders issued in the United States on Canada was 804,749 
and the value $13,903,308.48. 

The following statement shows the number and value of Canadian money 
orders paid in the United States: — 

Number Amount Number Amount 

Year 1925 Year 1925 Year 1926 Year 1926 

Money Orders 1,123,010 $10,332,356 82 1,295,768 $12,051,292 46 

The average of money orders issued during the year was $12.03, and the 
average commission received from the public was 10.11 cents. 

The total receipts from all sources amounted to $1,509,166.98, and the 
total expenditure, including the salaries of the inside service at Ottawa, to 
$1,280,401.63, leaving an excess of receipts over expenditure of $228,765.35. 

The following statement shows the receipts and expenditure for the year 
ended March 31, 1926. 

RECEIPTS 

Commission from public $ 1,494,881 69 

Profit in exchange with other countries 8, 996 58 

Void money orders issued between January 1, 1924, and December 31, 1924 5,288 71 

$ 1,509,166 98 
EXPENDITURE 

Approximate cost of clerical force employed at money order duties in city 

offices $ 250,000 00 

Commission paid to postmasters at countrj' offices 531 , 924 31 

Balance of commission paid other countries 26, 331 23 

Printing and stationery for head ofiice 35, 980 28 

Hollerith Rental 14,760 00 

Financial papers and journals 15 00 

Printing, stationery, date stamps, etc., outside service 94,089 88 

$ 953,100 70 

Excess of receipts over expenditure .$ 556,066 28 

, Deducting civil government item for salaries at head ofiice, 

Ottawa, including money order exchange office. 

Permanent clerks, salaries $ 309, 788 13 

Temporary clerks, salaries 17, 512 80 

327,300 93 

Net revenue $ 228,765 35 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 



13 



Analysis of the Money Order Business of the Dominion of Canada for the year 

ended March 31, 1926 





Number 

of 
Orders 


Amount 


Total 






Total number and amount of Money Orders issued in — 


4,354.157 

2,020,164 

959,404 

562,454 

109,072 

1,042,751 

2,853,667 

1,754,065 

1,119,514 

8,942 


$ cts. 

49,243,261 16 

23,145,950 38 

10,436,131 02 

6,638,410 40 

1,314,359 69 

12,506,314 26 

37,639,209 51 

22,286.484 32 

14,436,505 15 

193.605 42 


$ cts. 














Prince Edward Island 












Alberta 
















Total number and amount of Money Orders issued 


14,784.230 


177,840,231 31 




Total number and amount of Money Orders paid in— 

Ontario 


4.841.161 

1,445,221 

583,247 

890,121 

44,799 

3,157,140 

1,556,973 

602.717 

548.709 

1.118 


56,418,617 10 
19,421,895 71 

7,576,330 37 
11,572,570 23 
839,311 95 
38,633,179 59 
20.182.251 70 
10.480,898 34 

9,416,130 22 
26,501 45 








Nova Scotia 








Prince Edward Island 








Saskatchewan 








British Columbia 




Yukon 








Total number and amount of Money Orders paid 


13.671,206 


174,567,686 66 




Total amount of Money Orders issued and paid 






352,407,917 97 











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REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 



15 



Table showing the General Operations of the Money Order System in the 
Dominion of Canada for the past seven years 



Year 


Number 

of 
Money 
Order 
Offices 


Total 
Number of 
Money 
Orders 
issued 


1920 


5,106 
5,197 
5,268 
5,337 
5,471 
5,578 
5,706 


9,947,018 
11,013,187 
10,031,198 
11,098,222 
12,561,490 
13,435,448 
14,784,230 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 





Total 
Amount of 
Money 
Orders 
issued 



Where Payable 



In Canada 



In other 
Countries 



Amount of 

Orders issued 

other Countries 

payable in 

Canada 



Gross Revenue 
from Fees on 
Money Orders, 
profit on Foreign 
Exchange, etc. 



159,224, 
173,523, 
139,914, 
143,055, 
159,855, 
163,519, 
177,840, 



cts, 

936 53 
321 96 
186 39 
119 94 
114 97 
320 27 
231 31 



$ cts. 

135,201,815 74 
155,916,231 88 
124,316,726 15 
126,617,350 07 
141,620,371 55 
145,769.761 11 
158,844,831 37 



$ cts. 

24,023,120 79 
17,607,090 08 
15,597,460 24 
16,437,769 87 
18,234,743 42 
17,749,559 16 
18,995,399 94 



S cts. 

10,050,360 94 
6,680,970 91 
5,515,069 28 
8,986,040 85 
13,508,395 70 
13,957,612 78 
15,600,917 28 



S cts. 

1,742,177 10 
2,311,800 36 
1,852,824 62 
1,180,957 45 
1,364,110 53 
1,388,293 96 
1,509,166 98 



POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK 

The aggregate balance to the credit of depositors on March 31, 1926, was 
$24,035,668.99, a decrease during the year of $626,391.09. The average to the 
credit of each depositor was $303.56 as compared with $304,05 on March 31, 1925 

The new accounts opened during the year were 7,365, and 8,737 accounts 
were closed, leaving the number open at the close of the year 79,178 or a decrease 
of 1,372. 

The deposits were 63,740 in number, for a total amount of $3,508,288.11. 
The average amount of each deposit was $55.05 as compared with $61.68 for the 
previous year. 

Repayments numbered 43,184 and amounted to $4,839,856.06, of which 
26,962 for a total of $459,354.98 were made in cash under the provisions of 
Demand Withdrawal (not exceeding $25 at a time), adopted in April, 1924, and 
16,222 amounting to $4,380,501.08 were made by cheque. The average cash 
repayment was $17.03, as compared with $17.12, the year before and the average 
withdrawal by cheque was $270.03, as compared with $244.82 in the preceding 
year. 

Transfers from the Post Office Savings Bank of the United Kingdom 
(included in deposits) were 298 and amounted to $94,893.41. Deposits trans- 
ferred to the P.O. Savings Bank of the United Kingdom (included in repayments 
by cheque) numbered 75 and amounted to $38,418.05. 

The interest paid to depositors during the year was $32,055.63, and the 
interest accrued and made principal was $673,120.82, making a total of $705,' 
176.45. 

The number of offices authorized to transact business decreased from 1,369 
to 1,365. 

Claims to moneys of deceased and insane depositors examined into and 
finally disposed of numbered 576. 

Annexed is a tabular statement of the annual operations of the Post Office 
Savings Bank since its organization in April, 1868. 

Statement (in accordance with the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, chapter 
30, section 16) of the Post Office Savings Bank transactions for the year 
ended March 31, 1926, and of the total amount due to depositors on that 
date. 



Balance due to depositote on March 
31, 1925 

Deports received during the year. . . . 

Interest allowed to depositors during 
the year in accordance with the 
Statute 



t cts. 

24,662,060 Os' 
3,508,288 52 



705,176 45 



$28,875,525 05 



Repayments to depositors during 
the year — 

By cheque 

In cash on demand. 

Balance due to depositctfti Oft Matvh 
31, 1926 



S cts. 

4,380,501 08 
469,354 98 

24,035,668 99 

$28,875,525 05 



16 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Statement Of the Business of the Post Office Savings Bank 



Period 



1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 



Three months ended June 30, 1868 . 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year«nded June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Year ended June 30, 

Nine months ended March 31, 1907. 

Year ended March 31, 1908 , 

Year ended March 31, 1909 

Year ended March 31, 1910 

Year ended March 31, 1911 

Year ended March 31, 1912 , 

Year ended March 31, 1913 

Year ended March 31, 1914 

Year ended March 31, 1915 

Year ended March 31, 1916 

Year ended March 31, 1917 

Year ended March 31, 1918 

Year ended March 31, 1919 

Year ended March 31, 1920 

Year ended March 31, 1921 

Year ended March 31, 1922 

Year ended March 31, 1923 

Year ended March 31, 1924 

Year ended March 31, 1925. 

Year ended March 31, 1926 



1889.. 
1890. . 
1891.. 
1892.. 
1893.. 
1894. . 
1895.. 
1896.. 
1897.. 
1898.. 
1899.. 
1900. . 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903. . 
1904.. 
1905.. 
1906. 



Number 
of Post 

Office 

Savings 

Banks at 

close of 

period 



Total period ended March 31, 1926.. 



81 

213 

226 

230 

235 

239 

266 

268 

279 

287 

295 

297 

297 

304 

308 

330 

343 

355 

392 

415 

433 

463 

494 

633 

642 

673 

699 

731 

755 

779 

814 

838 

847 

895 

915 

934 

961 

989 

1,101 

1,043 

1,084 

1,102 

1,133 

1.151 

1,172 

1,212 

1,250 

1,269 

1,289 

1,312 

1,318 

1,328 

1,323 

1,328 

1,303 

1,307 

1,345 

1,369 

1,365 



Number 

of 

deposits 

received 

during 

period 



2,247 

16,653 

24,994 

33,256 

39,489 

44,413 

45,329 

42,508 

48,647 

36,126 

40,097 

43,349 

56,031 

71,747 

97,380 

109,489 

109,388 

116,576 

126,322 

143,076 

155,978 

166,235 

154,678 

147,672 

145,423 

148,868 

145,960 

143,685 

155,308 

161,151 

179,814 

174,658 

201,262 

212,217 

219,678 

231,619 

235,043 

233,281 

233,803 

186,916 

242,386 

199,884 

190,510 

203,196 

255,316 

230,263 

236,260 

183,515 

173,456 

205,050 

162,921 

141,627 

117,735 

80,117 

51,333 

43,223 

66,904 

66,296 

63,740 



Total amount 

of deposits 

received 

during period 



1,365 7,745,198 415,726,620 



212 

927 

1,347 

1,917 

2,261 

2,306 

2,340 

1,942 

1,726 

1,151 

1,724 

1,973 

2,720 

4,175 

6,435 

6,826 

6,441 

7,098 

7,642 

8,272, 

7,722, 

7,926, 

6,599, 

6,500, 

7,056, 

7,708, 

7,525, 

7,488, 

8,138, 

8,233, 

9,183, 

8,310, 

10,448, 

11,091, 

11,382, 

12,060. 

11,739, 

10,503, 

10,805, 

8,803, 

12,293, 

9,415, 

8,816, 

9,597, 

11,054, 

11,299, 

11,346, 

10,154, 

8,539, 

11,974, 

11,791, 

12,593, 

10,003, 

6,631, 

3,499, 

2,606, 

7,118, 

4,089, 

3,508, 



cts. 

,507 00 
,885 00 
,901 00 
,576 00 
,631 00 
,918 00 
,284 00 
,346 00 
,204 00 
,000 00 
,371 00 
,243 00 
,216 00 
,042 00 
,989 00 
,266 00 
,439 00 
,459 00 
227 00 
041 00 
330 00 
634 00 
896 00 
372 00 
002 00 
888 00 
286 09 
028 00 
947 00 
000 00 
693 00 
630 00 
485 00 
099 00 
025 00 
825 00 
940 00 
870 00 

458 00 
233 00 
544 17 
569 29 
511 71 
016 17 
877 19 
963 88 

459 39 

189 07 
742 07 
434 11 
966 66 

190 06 
067 58 
684 58 
338 86 
610 61 
912 00 
058 97 
288 52 



Average 
amount 
of each 
deposit 
received 
during 
period 



$ cts. 

65 44 
55 71 
53 93 
57 66 

57 27 
51 94 
51 63 
45 69 

44 66 

42 10 

43 00 

45 52 

48 55 

58 19 

66 09 
62 35 
58 88 
60 89 
60 52 

57 81 

49 51 

47 67 
42 67 

44 02 

48 52 
51 78 

51 55 

52 11 
52 37 
51 02 
51 07 
47 58 

51 91 

52 26 

51 81 

52 07 

49 94 
47 04 

46 21 

47 09 

50 71 

47 10 
46 28 
49 00 
49 06 
49 07 

48 02 
55 33 

49 23 

58 39 
72 38 
88 92 
84,96 
82,77 
68 17 

60 30 
106 40 

61 68 
55 05 



Amount of 

depositors' 
accounts 

transferred 

from 
Dominion 

Government 
Savings 

Banks dur- 
ing period 



cts 



217,385 10 

1,085,979 72 

167,501 53 

389,169 28 



218,173 60 
494,889 23 
499,981 61 
1,856,474 31 
786,868 48 



141,171 82 
"4i5,'567'96 



252,773 93 

559,593 31 

1,216,168 80 

59,243 71 



223,831 24 



140,318 65 



295,100 47 



91,649 09 
174,143 30 
184,302 97 
589,246 52 

56,467 95 



207,053 01 



53 67 10,271,995 58 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Canada, year by year, from April, 1868, to March 31, 1926. 



17 



Total 

amount 

withdrawn 

during 

period 



Average 
amount 
of each 
with- 
drawal 
during 
period 



Number 
of 

accounts 
opened 
during 
period 



Number 
of deposi- 
tors' 
accounts 
transfer- 
red from 
Dominion 
Govern- 
ment 
Savings 
Banks 
during 
period 



Number 
of 

accounts 
closed 
during 
period 



Num- 
ber of 

ac- 
counts 
remain- 
ing 
open at 
close of 
period 



Interest 
allowed to 
depositors 



Total amount 

standing to 

the credit 

of 

Open accounts 

inclusive of 

interest 

allowed at 

close of period 



Average 
amount 
stand- 
ing 
to 
credit 
of each 
Open 
ac- 
count 

at 
close of 
period 



296, 

664, 

1,093, 

1,778, 

2,323, 

2,468, 

2,341, 

2,021, 

1,726, 

1,713, 

1,733, 

2,015, 

2,097, 

3,461, 

4,730, 

5,694, 

5,973, 

6,183, 

6,626, 

7.514, 

7,532, 

8,575, 

7,875, 

7,230, 

6,631, 

7,473, 

7,310, 

7,406, 

7,656, 

8,853, 

9,021, 

8,903, 

9,774, 

10,617, 

11,379, 

11,883, 

12,129, 

12,324 

9,330 

13,610 

13,132 

11,699 

11,470 

12,303 

13,389 

13,842 

12,925 

9,981 

10,606 

14,427 

13,604 

21,293 

10,699 

8,496 

5,764 

5,199 

5,316 

4,839 



cts 

857 48 
754 35 
655 51 
438 86 
565 19 
299 32 
643 42 
979 04 
457 97 
082 98 
658 79 
448 79 
813 16 
389 15 
619 31 
995 39 
611 13 
031 84 
470 60 
067 51 
071 78 
145 56 
,041 98 
,977 57 
,938 14 
,578 97 
,585 46 
,291 97 
,066 13 
,086 64 
,178 42 
,862 56 
,505 46 
,694 62 
,070 50 
,756 94 
,127 70 
,101 23 
,529 26 
,766 39 
,865 95 
,239 00 
,649 54 
,360 24 
,688 13 
,966 01 
,924 98 
,606 20 
,914 13 
,900 87 
,194 11 
,410 70 
,281 63 
,748 70 
,546 78 
,442 11 
,219 63 
,583 68 
,856 06 



$ cts. 

53 35 
61 99 
70 11 

72 10 

81 33 
86 91 

86 04 

82 88 
77 11 
70 49 
70 55 
66 07 
69 89 

73 56 

95 63 
104 54 
100 84 

97 01 

96 40 
100 62 

96 05 

89 06 

95 12 

92 67 

93 44 

90 39 

87 98 
85 41 
84 91 

83 76 

93 65 

94 88 

96 03 

95 75 
100 21 
109 01 

109 79 

110 11 

115 26 
117 35 

116 89 
114 14 
121 35 
126 51 
128 39 
138 28 
131 64 
123 41 
128 00 
155 40 
184 35 
211 30 
317 78 
252 11 
228 26 
218 56 
205 18 
125 59 
112 07 



2,146 
9,429 
8,823 
9,424 
10,856 
11,995 
12,048 
10,516 
10,218 
8,791 
10,058 
10,755 
14,407 
18,731 
25,778 
27,127 
26,562 
27,591 
29,103 
31,874 
37,516 
38,049 
32,127 
29,791 
28,943 
29,502 
29,116 
27,988 
30, 100 
30,236 
33,722 
30,172 
37,596 
38,685 
38,886 
39,786 
38,925 
35,376 
37,681 
30,282 
42,530 
31,611 
29,661 
34,639 
38,796 
40,120 
41,917 
34,506 
27,988 
29,481 
21,156 
17,007 
14,509 
11,651 
6,359 
5,184 
14,649 



7,365 



723 

962 

570 

1,124 



662 
1,647 
1,959 
6,722 
2,279 



587 



712 



572 

879 

3,310 

279 



600 



343 



1,050 



166 
529 
376 
1,756 
194 



574 



44 
1,319 
2,857 
4,449 
6,940 
9,628 
10,606 
11,190 
10,097 
9,312 
8,597 
8,845 
10,481 
10,491 
13,920 
17,531 
20,939 
20,951 
21,555 
22,585 
26,704 
29,581 
33,499 
32,006 
29,368 
26,032 
27,033 
26,037 
26,245 
26,663 
29,449 
30,320 
29,337 
32,304 
34,205 
35,524 
37,376 
39,002 
39,536 
30,849 
44,403 
41,507 
36,663 
36,054 
38,955 
42,005 
44,974 
42,349 
30, 170 
28,684 
30,563 
27,255 
33,896 
20,242 
15,274 
11,263 
10,236 
9,894 
8,737 



2,102 

7,212 

12,178 

17,153 

21,059 

23,526 

24,968 

24,294 

24,415 

24,074 

25,535 

27,445 

31,365 

39,605 

51,463 

61,059 

66,682 

73,322 

80,870 

90,159 

101,693 

113,123 

112,321 

111,230 

110,805 

114,275 

117,020 

120,628 

126,442 

135,737 

142,289 

142,141 

120,987 

157,368 

162,751 

167,023 

168,572 

165,518 

164,542 

167,285 

165,691 

155,895 

148,893 

147,478 

147,919 

146,034 

143,320 

145,477 

134,345 

135, 142 

125,735 

116,541 

97,154 

88,563 

82,196 

76,111 

81,104 

80,550 

79,178 



$ cts. 

939 37 

21,094 72 

58,689 08 

84,273 08 

116,174 55 

126,932 88 

126,273 31 

120,758 06 

110,116 08 

104,067 86 

103,834 29 

110,912 56 

136,075 47 

184,904 81 

291,065 07 

407,305 17 

477,487 64 

539,560 51 

607,075 37 

692,404 57 

975,639 15 

841,921 79 

786,875 37 

734,430 89 

734,590 70 

777,482 98 

835,800 34 

876,049 07 

944,524 73 

1,024,511 74 

982,725 62 

1,001,899 96 

1,049,699 27 

1,126,952 44 

1,188,924 83 

1,254,048 96 

1)309,567 05 

1,320,511 70 

1,328,205 78 

1,027,833 83 

1,369,404 60 

1,342,869 64 

1,279,011 04 

1,257,565 84 

1,258,164 84 

1,255,179 63 

1,218,491 69 

1,175,536 96 

1,160,082 89 

1,206,527 65 

1,244,578 61 

1,208,558 76 

1,056,545 20 

883,842 47 

767,301 95 

677,917 84 

672,435 82 

733,136 04 

705,176 45 



cts. 



204, 
856, 
1,588, 
2,497, 
3,096, 
3,207, 
3,204, 
2,926, 
2,740, 
2,639, 
2,754, 
3,105, 
3,945, 
6,20S, 
9,473, 
11,976, 
13,245, 
15,090, 
17,159, 
19,497, 
20,689, 
23,011, 
21,990 
21,638 
22,298 
24,153 
25,257 
26,805 
28,932 
32,380 
34,480 
34,771 
37,507 
39,950 
42,320 
44,255 
45,419 
45,367 
45,736 
47,452 
47,564 
45,190 
43,586 
42,330 
43,563 
42,728 
41,591 
39,995 
40,008 
42,582 
41,283 
41,654 
31,605 
29,010 
24,837 
22,357 
25,156 
24,662 
24,035 



814 26 
848 82 
259 65 
500 01 
051 57 
965 46 
090 48 
952 59 
937 47 
484 03 
190 80 
669 11 
226 77 
,661 53 
,237 31 
,552 64 
,540 31 
,372 09 
,750 15 
,032 62 
,422 57 
,653 49 
,648 09 
,401 65 
,193 66 
,868 14 
,542 47 
,929 68 
,829 09 
,937 77 
,605 17 
,455 80 
,812 62 
,209 91 
,326 93 
,706 28 
,760 68 
,488 51 
,957 75 
,284 28 
,4o4 21 
,357 42 
,579 19 
,764 33 
,941 83 
,286 57 
,406 40 
,417 70 
,478 59 
,478 84 
,960 26 
,594 38 
,619 23 
,181 21 
,267 55 
,448 75 
,060 08 
,668 99 



$ cts. 

97 33 
118 80 
130 41 
145 59 
147 04 
136 32 
128 36 
120 44 

112 27 
109 60 
107 87 

113 14 
125 80 
156 75 
184 08 
196 13 
198 63 
205 81 
212 18 
216 26 
203 44 
203 41 
195 78 
195 44 
201 24 
211 36 
215 84 
222 22 
228 82 
238 55 
242 47 
144 62, 
248 41 
253 87 
260 01 
264 9e 
269 44 
274 09» 
276 75. 
283 66 
287 07 

289 88 

292 73 

293 51 

294 51 

292 59 

290 20 

296 22 

297 80 
315 09 
328 34 
357 43 
325 31 
327 77 

302 17 

293 72 
311 55 
306 17 

303 56 



446,757,416 48 



116 70 



1,445,359 



29,575 1,396,337 



79,178 44,794,469 00 24,035, 



303 56 



23144—2 



18 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 



Statement showing total salaries of Railway Mail Clerks, and also the mileage 
paid Railway Mail Clerks for fiscal year 1925-26, as compared with the 
anoumts paid during the preceding fiscal year 1924-25. 



Year 


Salaries 


Increase 


Mileage 


Decrease 


1924-25 


% cts. 

2,106,766 50 
2,1/0,535 56 


$ cts. 

283,777 92 
63,769 06 


$ cts. 

551,660 06 
548,917 15 


$ cts. 
632 03* 


1925-26 


2,742 91 







'Increase. 



CHANGES IN EXISTING SEBVICES 



During the year there have been established the following changes and 
increases in the frequency of railway mail service: — • 



Railway 


Terminals 


Dis- 
tance 
in miles 


Particulars 


Canadian National 


Aldred Jet. — Riviere k Pierre. . . 
Montreal — Aldred Jet 


47 

90 

90 

90 

102 

31 

511 

130 

110 

49 

28 

41 

7 
7 

9 
24 
36 
27 
227 
35 


R.P.O. Service daily except 


i< u 


Sunday reduced to B.C. 

service same frequency. 
B.C. Service increased from 


it tt 


Montreal. — Aldred Jet 


weekly to daily except 
Sunday. 
B.C. Service reduced from 


<c « 


Aldred Jet. — Montreal 


daily except Sunday to five 
trips per week. 
Additional baggage car ser- 


« « 


Carlyle— Radville 


vice four trips per week one 
way. 
R.P.O. service tri-weekly 


tt It 


Charlesbourg — St. Raymond 

Edmonton — Kamloops 


reduced to B.C. service 
same frequency. 
B.C. service withdrawn on 


tt tt 


tr. 26 two trips per week 
one way. 
B.C. Service increased from 


tt tt 


Edmonton — Edson 


tri-weekly to daily. 
Additional B.C. service tri- 


tt tt 


Edmionton — Whitecourt 


. weekly. 
B.C. service increased from 


tt tt 


Edmionton — Clyde 


3 to 4 times per week. 
Additional B.C. Service 


tt It 


Famham — Waterloo 


weekly one way. 
R.P.O. Service Daily except 




Famham — Montreal 


Sunday reduced to B.C. 
service semi-daily. 
Additional B.C. Service Dy. 


tt tt 


Gameau Jet. — Aldred Jet 

Guelph — Rockwood 


except Sunday one way. 
Additional R.P.O. Service 


tt tt 


Daily except Sunday. 
Additional B.C. Service 


tt tt 


L'Epiphanie — St. Jacques 

Morinville — Clyde 


daily except Sunday one 
way. 
Additional B.C. Service 


tt tt 


daily except Sunday. 
Additioanl B.C. Service 


« <( 


Montreal — Joliette 


weekly. 
Additional B.C. Service 


« « 


Montreal — St. Jean 

Quebec — Chicoutimi 


Daily except Sunday. 
Additional B.C. Service 


tt tt 


daily except Sunday. 
Additional B.C. Service once 


tt tt 


Rinfret Jet. — Montreal 


per week each way. 
Additional B.C. Service 






daily except Sunday one 
way. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
CHANGES IN EXISTING SERVICES — Concluded 



19 



Railway 



Terminals 



Dis- 
tance 
in miles 



Particulars 



Cmadian National. 



Canadian Pacific. 



« <t 



« « 



Algoma Central. . , 
Hydro Electric. . . 
Michigan Central. 



Montreal and Southern 

Niagara and St. Catharines. 



Regina — Weybum 

St. Johns — Famham 

St. Jacques — Rawden 

Aldred Jet.— Shawinigan Falls. . 

Aldred Jet. — Shawinigan Falls. . 

Toronto — North Bay 



Winnipeg — Rivers 

Winnipeg — Victoria Beach. 



Winnipeg — Edmonton 

Bedford — Stanbridge Station 

Berthier — Berthier Jet 

Cranbrook — Kimberley 



Lanigan — Melfcrt 

Lanigan — Saskatoon . 



Sherbrooke — Cookshire 

Trois Rivieres — Grand Mere. . . 

Winnipeg — Saskatoon 

Sault Ste. Marie — Franz 



Amherstburg — Windsor 



Niagara-on-the-Lake — Niagara 
Falls 



Montreal — St. Cesaire. 



Niagara-on-the-Lake — St. CatL 
arines 



80 



14 



227 



142 
76 



794 



19 

83 
76 

21 
27 

480 
195 

17 

13 

28 

13 



B.C. Service to Talmage in- 
creased from triweekly to 
daily except Sunday and 
extv^nded to Weybum. 

R.P.O. Service Daily except 
Sunday reduced to B.C. 
daily except Sunday one 
way. 

Additional B.C. Service 
daily except Sunday. 

Additional B.C. service 
daily except Sunday one 
way. 

B.C. Service in tr. 217 reduc- 
ed from daily except Sun- 
day to five trips per week. 

Full Postal car in trs. 46, and 
47, reduced to apartment 
postal car. 

Additional B.C. Service one 
trip per week . . 

B.C. Service increased from 
tri-weekly to daily except 
Sunday during summer 
season. 

Full Postal car in trs. 3 and 
4 reduced to apartment 
car daily except Sunday. 

Additional B.C. Service 
daily except Sunday one 
way. 

Additional B.C. Service 
daily except Sunday one 
way. 

B.C. Service increased from 
daily except Sunday to 
semi-daily except Sunday. 

B.C. Service increased from 
three to four times per week 

R.P.O. Service Daily ex- 
cept Sunday superseded, 
by baggage car service 
same frequency. 

Additional B.C. Service 
daily except Sunday. 

Additional B.C. Service 
daily excpet Sunday one 
way. 

Apt. Postal car increased to 
full Postal car. 

B.C. Service increased from 
tri-weekly to daily except 
Sunday. 

Additional B.C. Service 
daily except Sunday one 
way. 

B.C. Service daily except 
Sunday one way with- 
diawn. 

B.C. Service increased from 
daily except Sunday to 
semi-daily except Sunday. 

Additional B.C. Service 
daily except Sunday. 



During the fiscal year 1925-26, 154.45 miles of additional railway were 
utilized for mail purposes, making a total actual track mileage over which mail 
was carried on March 31, 1926, of 37,295. 



23144-2i 



20 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

The following statement shows the details of such additional service: — 



Railway 



Terminals 



Dis- 
tance 
in miles 



Particulars 



Canadian National 

Canadian Pacific 

Canadian Pacific 

Winnipeg River Ry. Co 

Alma— Jonquieres 

T. ifeN.O 

Nipjssing Central 

Lake Erie & Northern. 

Maine Central 



Shediac — Pointe du Ch6ne . . 

Lomond- Arrowwood 

Swift Current — Coderre 

Lac du Bonnet — Great Falls 
He Maligne — H^bertville — 

Cochrane — Island Falls 

Larder Lake — Cheminis 

Simcoe — Port Dover 



Beechers Falls — Lime Ridge 



200 

39-08 
81-00 
14-00 
11-00 
43-00 
10-00 
7-38 



207-46 
53-01 



B.C. service daily except 

Sunday. 
B.C. service semi-weekly. 
B.C. service semi-weekly. 
B.C. service tri-weekly. 
B.C. 18 trips per week. 
B.C. service tri-weekly. 
B.C. service tri-weekly. 
B.C. service daily except 

Sunday. 



R.P.O. service discontinued. 



154-45 



Comparative Statement of Railway Mail Service during fiscal years 1924-25 

and 1925-26 



Date 


Miles of 

railway in 

operation on 

which 

mails are 

carried 


Daily 

service by 

postal cars. 

Distance 

travelled in 

miles 


Daily 

service by 

baggage 

cars. 

Distance 

travelled in 

miles 


Total mileage 


Daily 


Yearly 


In March, 1926 


37,295 
37,141 


71.145 
71,981 


53,950 
49,051 


125,095 
121,032 


39,155,205 


In March, 1925 


37,882,928 








154 


*836 


4,899 


4,063 


1,272,277 



•Decrease. 

POSTAGE STAMP BRANCH 

The postage stamp issue during the fiscal year 1925-26 show an increase 
from the previous year but a slight decrease from the year 1923-24, which was 
$31,063,161.72. The figures for the last two years are as follows: — 

Issue fiscal year 1924-25 $29,741,426 19 

Issue fiscal year 1925-26 30,801, 110 32 

Increase $ 1,059,684 13 



INSPECTION SERVICE 

1, Number of enquiries received regarding lost and mistreated mail matter. 299,377 

Number of enquiries satisfactorily adjusted 197, 543 

Number of enquiries pending 14, 347 

REGISTERED LOSSES 

2. (a) Domestic Mails — 

Number of registered articles for which indemnity was paid 148 

Amount of indemnity paid $ 1,936 58 

Made up as follows: — No. Amount 

Abstraction 50 $ 606 00 

Damage 5 29 93 

Loss 93 1,300 65 

Amount collected from employees S 540 43 

Amount withdrawn from Guarantee Fund 247 00 

Amount paid from departm.ental funds 1 , 064 74 

Amount paid by department still owing by ex-employees 84 41 $1, 936 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 21 

REGISTERED LOSSES— ConcZudM 

(b) International Mails — 

Number of registered articles lost in foreign countries for which indem- 
nity was paid on behalf of Foreign Administrations concerned 118 

Amount of indemnity paid and collected from Foreign administrations. .$ 844 66 

Number of registered articles posted in foreign countries lost in Canada, 

for which indemnity was paid by this administration 40 

Amount of indemnity paid $ 448 56 

(Of this amount $277.26 was collected from employees) 

INSURED AND C.O.D. PARCEL POST 

3. Approximate number of insured parcbla mailed 3, 178, 280 

Approximate amount received in fees $ 158, 914 00 

Number of claims paid 3, 726 

Amount of indemnity paid $ 24,487 37 

Proportion of mistreated insured parcels 1 in 853 

Average value of parcels for which indemnity was paid 6 57 

Approximate number of C.O.D. parcels mailed 1,014,480 

Approximate amount received in fees $ 152, 172 00 

N umber of claims paid 467 

Amount of indemnity paid $ 3,329 28 

Proportion of mistreated C.O.D. parcels 1 in 2,172 

Average value of parcels for which indemnity was paid $ 7 12 

ARRESTS AND CONVICTIONS 

4. Following the investigations of thefts and losses, 92 arrests were made for 

theft and mistreatment of mail matter during the year: — 
Number of arrests made 92 

Number of convictions secured 84 

Number of acquittals 8 

92 

In addition to the arrests made there were 12 employees dismissed from 

the service for mistreatment of mail matter. 

THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE DEAD LETTER OFFICE DURING 
THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1926 

5. Number of articles originating in Canada, returned as undeliverable from 

United Kingdom, British Dominions and Colonies and foreign 

countries — 

By United Kingdom (of these the number registered was 397) 34,864 

By United States Post Office (of these the number registered was 366). . 155, 124 

By British Dominions and Colonies (of these the number registered was 

130) 16, 896 

By foreign countries (of these the number registered was 257) 17,369 

Books, parcels, etc., received from United Kingdom, British possessions and 

foreign countries 64, 377 

6. Number of articles originating in the United Kingdom, British Dominions 

and foreign countries, undeliverable at Canadian Post Offices. 

Ordinary dead letters and postcards of British &nd foreign origin 135,833 

Ordinary dead parcels, circulars, etc., of British and foreign origin 3,056 

Registered dead letters of British and foreign origin 10, 431 

7. Number of articles originating in Canada undeliverable at Canadian Post 

Offices. 

Ordinary domestic dead letters and postcards 618, 582 

Number returned to senders 324, 297 

Number destroyed 294,285 

Ordinary domestic parcels, circulars, etc 634, 671 

Number returned to senders 32,006 

Number destroyed 602, 665 

Registered domestic dead letters 12,049 

Number returned to senders 10,821 

Number held awaiting claim 1 , 228 

Ordinary and registered dead letters, parcels, postcards, 
circulars, etc., sent to the Dead Letter office for insuffi- 
cient address, non-payment of postage, improper packing, 
etc 127,971 

Out of the ordinary letters and parcels originating in Canada included 

above, the number of those found to contain cash or cash value 10,434 

Number of ordinary letters and parcels found to contain cash or cash 

value returned to senders 9, 970 

Number of ordinary letters and parcels found to contain cash or cash 

value which were unclaimed and held by the department 464 

Number of parcels originating in Canada, merchandise, etc., found 

undeliverable and prepared for sale 8, 913 



22 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



CASH STATEMENT 

8. Cash contained in dead letters % 19, 451 07 

Cash contained in dead letters returned to owners $ 17,701 22 

Cash contained in unclaimed dead letters deposited to the 

credit of the Receiver General 1, 749 85 

$ 19,451 07 

Kevenue collected on returned dead mail matter % 12, 516 88 

SUMMARY 

9. Estimated number of letters, post cards, parcels, circulars, etc 1,400,000,000 

Number of letters, post cards, parcels, circulars, received in Dead Letter 

offices 1,831,223 

Proportion of mail matter reaching Dead Letter office, 1 in 764 •13% 

Proportion of mail matter reaching Dead Letter Office, based on average 
during previous ten year, 1 in 428. 

Decrease 42-% 

As a result of extra effort put forth to decrease the loss of mail matter and 
for the detection of those guilty of stealing from the mails, 92 persons were placed 
under arrest during the year, charged with stealing from the mails, and 84 were 
convicted and sentenced to imprisonment. 

During the year, as a result of closer check kept on mails and also due in 
part to extension of the use of locks on parcel bags, the proportion of losses both 
of insured articles and C.O.D. articles decreased 13 per cent. 

Inspection work in the field has been extended to cover yearly a certain 
proportion of non-accounting offices so as to provide for the observation of postal 
work carried on in outlying offices. 

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY BRANCH 
CoMPAEATivE Statement of Expenditure for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926 



Items of Expenditure 


1924-25 


1925-26 


Increase 
192&-26 


Decreaso 
1925-26 


Inside Service: — 

Printing . . . . 


$ cts. 

44,740 62 
31,318 21 


$ cts. 

38,534 51 
62,022 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
6,206 11 


Stationery 


30,703 79 








Totals 


76,058 83 


100,556 51 


30,703 79 


6,206 11 






Increase Inside Service 






24,497 68 












Outside Service: — 

Printing 


283,918 10 
90,094 42 


237,782 53 
116,127 11 




46,135 57 


Stationery 


26,032 69 








Totals 


374,012 52 
110,947 35 

298,515 94 


353,909 64 
315,866 28 

312,368 60 


26,032 69 
204,918 93 

13,852 66 


46,135 67 


Mail bags, locks, etc 




Miscellaneous, stamping material, scales, letter boxes, 
letter carriers' uniforms, etc 








Totals 


783,475 81 


982,144 52 


244,804 28 


46,135 57 






Increase Outside Service 






198,668 71 












Total expenditure, Inside and Outside Service 


859,534 64 


1,082,701 03 






Total increase. Inside and Outside Service 






223,166 39 





Cash returned to department: — 

By credit taken for and sale of new material for uniforms. . . 

By sale of obsolete equipment 

By refund on miscellaneous equipment 

Cash payments to other departments: — 

To Justice: Repair of mail bags and making up new bags. . . 

To Customs: Duty, etc 

To Trade and Commerce: Inspection of postal scales 

To Canadian National Railways: Freight and cartage, etc. 
To National Defence: Cartage on knives 

Inventory of stock at department 



1924-25 



1925-26 



.% 38,560 04 % 41,655 31 



427 72 
1,499 65 


966 42 
1,128 57 


38,453 10 

547 42 

2,500 00 

3,041 76 


59,897 67 

333 78 

2,500 00 

1,549 41 

1 00 



.$1,109.208 46 $1,341,504 06 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 



23 



ACCOUNTING OFFICES 

Statement showing the Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices during the 

year ended March 31, 1926 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Aberfoyle 242 93 

Actinolite 323 70 

Acton 8,960 11 

Addison 339 44 

Admaston Station 277 79 

Adolphustown 176 17 

Agincourt 1 , 558 62 

Ahmic Harbour 423 49 

Ailsa Craig 2,715 50 

Alderdale 357 06 

Alexandria 8,710 67 

Alfred 1,830 03 

Alfred Station 283 75 

Algoma Mills 136 74 

Algonquin 624 54 

Algonquin Park 1,078 55 

AUanburg 276 47 

AUandale 4, 104 84 

Allan Water 639 28 

Allenford 1,513 11 

Allensville 202 22 

Allenwood 133 49 

AllisonviUe 119 33 

AUiston 7,637 41 

Alma 1,016 59 

Almonte 9,225 33 

'Alton 1,455 74 

Alvinston 3,499 89 

Amehasburg 270 64 

Amherstburg 9,848 19 

Amigari 585 24 

Amyot 83 75 

Ancaster 4,483 79 

Angus 1,147 67 

Annan 281 37 

Ansonville 3,879 04 

Anten Mills 344 69 

Appin 1,127 64 

Apple Hill 1,757 98 

Appleton 557 09 

Apsley 567 79 

Arden 1,177 67 

Ardoch 302 98 

Argvle 294 22 

Ariss 268 68 

Arkona 1,826 94 

Armow 209 27 

Armstrong Station / 528 36 

Amer 399 53 

Arnprior 15,407 91 

Arnsteiin 429 69 

Arthur 4,990 90 

Ashbum 168 81 

Ashton 628 29 

Ashworth 92 59 

Astorville 251 36 

Athens 3,777 23 

Atherley 995 00 

Athlone 177 85 

Atikokan 1,108 23 

Attercliffe Station 506 69 

Atwood 2,069 24 

Auburn 1 ,388 f 8 

Aultsville 1,622 91 

Aurora 19,027 33 

Avening 319 68 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Avonmore 1 , 689 40 

AylmerWest 13,444 0& 

Ayr 4,048 IT 

Ayton 1,981 07 

Azilda 201 461 

Baden 1,82? 8T 

Badjeros 539 18 

Bailieboro 613 79 

Bainsville 755 85 

Bala 2,838 39 

Balderson 404 66 

Ballantrae 237 75 

Ballinafad 155 75 

Ballycroy 361 88 

Baltimore 472 05 

Bancroft 4,535 72 

Bannockburn 240 23 

Barrie 27,750 77 

Barrie Island 123 06 

•Bar River 423 96 

Barrow Bay 143 06 

Barry'sBay 2,289 77 

Bartonville 820 91 

Barwick 907 19 

Bath 1,731 84 

Batteau 459 01 

Battersea 694 22 

Bayfield 1,451 43 

Baysville 818 02 

Beachburg 1,915 87 

Beachville 1,100 45 

Beamsville 6,850 24 

Beaumaris 1,420 74 

Beaverton 5,247 76 

Becher 239 07 

Bedford Mills 146 12 

Beeton 3,268 99 

Belfountain 370 65 

Belgrave 878 85 

Belhaven .• 207 46 

Bellamy's 527 80 

Belle River 1,714 38 

Belle Valine 236 41 

Belleville *60,307 16 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 59, 189 71 

Belleville Station 1, 117 45 

Bell Ewart 526 92 

Bell's Corners 310 88 

Belmont 2,186 33 

Belton 396 00 

Belwood 1,166 32 

Berkeley 415 90 

Bervie 260 82 

Berwick 868 53 

Bestel 1,448 14 

Bethany 991 07 

Bewdley 400 66 

Bexley 147 33 

Big Lake 157 96 

Bigwood 375 82 

Billing's Bridge 1,769 08 

Binbrooke 479 10 

Birch Cliff Heights 355 19 

Biscotasing i68 83- 

Bishop's Mills 229 07 



24 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— Continued 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Bismark 333 00 

Bissett Creek 176 53 

Blackstock 800 61 

Blackwater 418 91 

Blair 566 82 

Blakeney 98 19 

Blenheim 7,330 76 

Blezard Valley 296 94 

Blind River 4,891 27 

Bloomfield 2,082 04 

Bluevale 736 70 

Blyth 3,153 44 

Blytheswood 342 67 

Bobcaygeon 4,277 15 

Bognor 400 23 

Bolger Bridge 727 91 

Bolsover 386 04 

Bolton 3,002 64 

Bonarlaw 479 71 

Bondhead 528 37 

Bonfield 86o 77 

Bornholm 952 25 

Boston Creek 791 51 

Bothwell 3,458 94 

Bourget 1,410 35 

Bourkes 414 60 

Bowmanville 13,588 56 

Bracebridge 13,448 12 

Bradford 4,553 77 

Braeside 1,493 23 

Brampton 24,250 93 

Branchton 557 86 

Brander 259 28 

Brantford *142,521 25 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 137,067 86 

Eagle's Nest 2,772 J6 

Farringdon Hill 487 00 

Grand View 1,297 55 

Tutela 896 68 

Brechin 1,722 81 

Breslau 618 76 

Brewers' Mills 235 85 

Bridgeburg 24,897 03 

Bridgenorth 331 08 

Bridgeport 547 37 

Brigden 2,310 46 

Bright 1,651 31 

Brighton 6,454 89 

Brinston 1,399 20 

Britannia Bay 215 48 

Britton 372 73 

Brockville 51,998 51 

Bronte 1,431 75 

Brooklin 1,953 29 

Brougham 248 80 

Brown's Brae 204 26 

Brownsville 1,115 05 

Brucefield 693 64 

Bruce Mines 2,418 37 

Bruce Station 323 76 

Brudenell 204 11 

Brule Lake Station 344 13 

Brunner 238 72 

Brussels 4,423 57 

Burford 3,435 59 

Burgessville 1,343 43 

Burketon Station 719 96 

Burk's Falls 5,549 51 

Burlington 9,843 04 

Bumstown 213 73 

Burnt River 427 83 

Burritt's Rapids 1,205 94 

Byng Inlet 2, 139 83 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Byron 1,254 90 

Cache Bay 1,796 18 

Caesarea 362 46 

Cainsville 616 93 

Caintown 193 10 

Cairo 206 92 

Caistorville 248 89 

Calabogie 1,488 29 

Caldwell's Mills 249 91 

Caledon 948 24 

Caledon East 1,058 47 

Caledonia 6,552 86 

Caledonia Springs 605 62 

Callander 2,428 58 

Camborne 122 20 

Cambray 431 53 

Camden East 938 75 

Cameron 579 41 

Camilla 198 17 

Camlachie 1,048 68 

Campbellcroft 492 04 

Campbellford 11,189 73 

CampbellviUe 1,377 50 

Camp Borden 1,900 49 

Campden 247 59 

Canboro 991 32 

Cane 315 68 

Canfield 998 85 

Cannifton 448 26 

Cannington 4, 159 16 

Canonto 83 96 

Capreol 3,964 49 

Cardinal 5,428 02 

Cargill 1,217 17 

Carieton Place 17,581 60 

Carlingford 155 84 

Carlisle 834 51 

Carnarvon 361 82 

Carlsbad Springs 371 88 

Carlsruhe 257 36 

Carp 2,647 16 

Carrying Place 792 74 

Cartier 944 36 

Casimir 94 38 

Casselman 2,660 88 

Castleford 233 89 

Castleton 1, 110 95 

Cataraqui 312 93 

Cathcart 248 96 

Cavan 508 48 

Cavers : 156 08 

Cayuga 3,960 14 

Cedar Springs 300 50 

Cedar Valley 287 37 

Cedarville 218 47 

Centralia 612 22 

Centreville 249 51 

Ceylon 741 59 

Chalk River 943 27 

Chapleau 8,326 81 

Charing Cross 385 34 

Charlton 541 95 

Charlton Station 674 18 

Chatham 67,685 96 

Chatswoith 2,458 55 

Chelmsford 1,576 67 

Cheltenham 663 00 

Chepstow 543 72 

Cherry Valley 476 13 

Chesley 9,601 62 

ChesterviUe 5,529 33 

Chippawa 3,718 30 

Chiswick 91 24 

Christy's Lake 140 61 



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Name of Office Revenue 

S cts. 

Churchill 579 94 

Chute k Blondeau 336 13 

City View 252 43 

Clandeboye 619 65 

Claraday 1,649 21 

Claremont 1,480 54 

Clarence 269 49 

Clarence Creek 1,199 08 

Clarendon Station 354 67 

Clarke 569 21 

Clarksburg 2,356 21 

Clarkson 1,633 53 

Clayton 388 25 

Clear Creek 318 91 

Clifford 2,542 47 

Clinton 11,048 18 

Cloyne 383 26 

Clute 276 51 

Coatsworth Station 702 51 

Cobalt 27,654 12 

Cobden 3,814 78 

Coboconk 1,518 25 

Cobourg 25,223 86 

Cochrane 18,624 96 

Codrington 388 13 

CoeHill 1,360 19 

Colbeck 71 98 

Colborne 5,314 97 

Cold Springs 175 87 

Coldwater 4,446 97 

Colebrook 301 92 

Colgan 244 25 

Collingwood 21,878 29 

Collin's Bay 350 30 

Collin's Inlet {)91 10 

Columbus 344 10 

Comber 1,964 61 

Combermere 600 19 

Conestogo 582 48 

Coniston 4,377 20 

Conn 373 88 

Connaught Station 1,538 94 

Consecon 1,633 93 

Cooks Mills 33 18 

Cookstown 3,745 08 

Cooksville ; 2,645 49 

Copetown 1,302 15 

Copleston 160 83 

Copper Cliff 5,691 72 

Corbeil 250 45 

Corbetton 798 07 

Corbyville 1,272 18 

Cordova Mines 295 23 

Corinth 644 98 

Cornwall 35,096 17 

Corunna 863 70 

Cottam 1,667 92 

Courtland 1,404 65 

Courtright 1,884 02 

Craighurst 454 81 

Craigmont 77 29 

Craigvale 299 59 

Crediton 1,384 46 

Creemore 3,676 13 

Creigh ton Mines 2,761 51 

Cresswell 320 29 

Crookston 360 47 

Crosby 238 34 

Croton 722 23 

Crow Lake 225 32 

Crown City 618 92 

Crysler 1,673 51 

Crystal Beach 4, 164 30 

Cumberland 690 56 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Curran 996 52 

Cutler 356 36 

Cyrville 781 97 

Dacre 621 32 

Dalkeith 1,110 03 

DaltonMills 984 37 

Dane 281 75 

Dartford 249 17 

Dashwood 1,259 U 

Dayton 326 00 

Dean Lake 844 ^0 

Delaware 715 37 

Delhi 4,167 63 

Deloro 2,163 02 

Delta 1,434 82 

Demorestville 424 79 

Denbigh 865 28 

Denfield 1,116 85 

Depot Harbour 1,384 25 

Desaulniers 235 71 

Desbarats 1,135 22 

Desboro 634 91 

Deseronto 5,615 24 

Detlor 498 59 

Deux Riviferes 557 44 

Devlin 662 64 

Dickinson's Landing 271 53 

Dixie 429 62 

Dobbinton 1,448 06 

Domville 404 17 

Donald 166 01 

Doon 220 49 

Dorchester Station 1,631 70 

Dorion 51 76 

Dorion Station 512 53 

Dornoch 434 03 

Dorset 981 36 

Douglas 1,720 23 

Douro 260 48 

Downeyville 343 68 

Downsview 203 28 

Drayton 3,776 80 

Dresden 7, 139 36 

Dromore 215 44 

Drumbo 1,497 84 

Dryden 6,055 90 

Duart 299 79 

Dublin 1,410 46 

Dunbar ISO 24 

Dunbarton 283 24 

Duncan 127 85 

Dunchurch 457 19 

Dundalk 6, 130 20 

Dundas 15,675 53 

Dungannon 1 ,069 67 

Dunnville 22,845 61 

Dunrobin 296 56 

Dunsford 436 18 

Duntroon 566 71 

Dunvegan 676 09 

Durham 6,368 45 

Dutton 4,371 25 

Dwight 630 02 

Eagle River 690 26 

Earlton 1,025 51 

Easton's Comers 428 59 

Eastwood 253 39 

Eauclaire 491 75 

Eberts 356 96 

Echo Bay 865 55 

Echo Place 398 45 

Edenvale 110 59 

Edgeley 128 17 

Edwards 308 91 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— ConHnued 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Eganville 5,428 96 

Egbert 289 65 

Eldorado 519 15 

Elgin 1,835 82 

Elginburg 276 00 

Elk Lake 3,081 83 

Elmira 8, 142 65 

Elmvale 3,488 08 

Elmwood 1,652 51 

Elora 6,262 13 

Elphin 250 98 

Elsas 799 40 

Embro 2,577 52 

Embrun 1,624 36 

Emo 3,107 31 

Emsdale 1,307 40 

Englehart 5,440 68 

Enmskillen 373 61 

Ennismore 1,227 94 

Enterprise 1,699 01 

Erieau 1,158 33 

Erin 2,128 01 

Erindale 309 97 

Erinsville 361 46 

Espanola 6, 657 15 

Espanola Station 307 46 

Essex 9,018 46 

Ethel 941 99 

Eugenia 352 25 

Everett 736 83 

Everton 174 75 

Exeter 6,523 00 

Fairbank 1, 621 27 

Fairfield East • 240 97 

Fair Ground. . .'. 259 29 

Falding 224 41 

Falkenburg Station 379 53 

Farran's Point 559 95 

Fauquier 822 06 

Fenella 365 76 

Fenelon Falls 8, 170 37 

Fenwick 2, 544 64 

Fergus 14,031 34 

Ferris '. 264 49 

Fesserton 171 84 

Feversham 746 03 

Field 1,175 04 

Finch 2,725 85 

Fingal 741 14 

Fisherville 891 55 

Fitzroy Harbour 446 80 

Flanders 1,565 57 

Flesherton 2,485 71 

Fletcher 732 05 

Flint 179 14 

Flinton 653 01 

Floradale 276 19 

Florence 1,255 69 

Flower Station 346 87 

Foleyet 1,437 81 

Folger Station 81 57 

Fonthill 2,542 63 

Footes Bay 569 66 

Fordwich 1, 645 69 

Forest 6,745 58 

Forester's Falls 959 35 

Formosa 8f6 77 

Fort Erie 5,138 05 

Fort Frances 16,309 51 

Fort Stewart 343 69 

Fort William *75,819 31 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 68,449 44 

Fort William Sub-Office No. 1 ... . 3, 151 67 

Fort William West 4,218 20 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Fournier 706 09 

Foxboro 636 04 

Foxmead 342 94 

Fox Point 307 89 

Frankford 3,525 04 

Franklin 131 10 

Franktown 294 60 

Frankville 419 16 

Franz 784 66 

Fraserville 333 38 

Freelton 626 70 

Freeman 2,014 09 

Frood Mine 298 96 

Fruitland 867 26 

Fullarton 321 07 

Galetta 935 06 

Gallingertown 196 04 

Gait 70,431 27 

Gamebridge 581 04 

Gananoque • 17,468 44 

Garson 1,132 61 

Gelert 463 56 

Genier 172 58 

Georgetown 10,053 95 

Gilford 472 37 

Gilmour 418 86 

Giroux Lake 152 36 

Glammis 576 23 

Glanworth 723 05 

Glasgow Station 411 04 

Glen Allan 238 78 

Glencairn 414 23 

Glencoe •• 5,178 75 

Glen Huron 249 34 

Glen Miller 189 27 

Glen Morris 260 08 

Glen Robertson 1, 197 44 

Glenroy 224 79 

Glen Sandfield 424 10 

Glen William 711 13 

Goderich 18,019 30 

Godfrey 492 68 

Gogama 1J91 62 

Golden Lake 924 81 

Goldlands 151 29 

Gooderham 632 52 

Goodwood 639 21 

Gordon Bay 390 43 

Gore Bay 3,730 OO 

Gore's Landing 296 33 

Gormley 759 16 

Gorrie 1,718 21 

Goudreau 641 04 

Gowanstown 573 27 

Gowganda 1,071 54 

Grafton 1,449 63 

Grand Bend 791 64 

Grand Valley 3,735 68 

Granton 1,499 29 

Grassie 305 85 

Gravenhurst 7,987 02 

Greenbank 269 7& 

Greenfield 901 73 

Greensville 458 73 

Green Valley 438 72 

Greenwood 294 33 

Gregoire's Mills 164 71 

Grimsbv 13,668 14 

Grimsby East 1,353 49 

Guelph *106,183 37 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 99,513 52 

Sub-Office No. 1 2, 197 15 

Sub-Office No. 2 4,472 70 

Hagersville 6, 651 85 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — CorUinued 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— Continued 



Name of Ofl&ce Revenue 
$ cts. 

Haileybury 12,783 39 

Haley Station. 391 08 

Haliburton 3,325 80 

Halloway 806 02 

Hallville 310 63 

Hamilton *580,984 40 

* Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 413,106 12 

Station B 53,806 55 

Sub-Office No. 2 3,300 05 

Sub-Office No. 3 7,916 71 

Sub-Office No. 4 7,725 20 

Sub-Office No. 5 9,577 86 

Sub-Office No. 6 7,582 57 

Sub-Office No. 7 904 00 

Sub-Office No. 8 15,669 20 

Sub-Office No. 9 1,253 00 

Sub-Office No. 10 7,843 01 

Sub-Office No. 11 1,015 00 

Sub-Office No. 12 21,841 05 

Sub-Office No. 14 4,995 00 

Sub-Office No. 15 7,727 93 

Chedoke 834 82 

Crown Point 8,462 66 

Hamilton Beach 612 18 

Homeside 3,984 41 

Mount Hamilton 2,827 08 

Hammond 850 31 

Hampton 731 43 

Hanbury 86 20 

Hanmer 526 00 

Hannon 384 93 

Hanover 14,887 24 

Harcourt 214 71 

Harley 387 44 

Harlowe 184 55 

Harold 492 04 

Harrietsville 605 54 

Harrington West 206 15 

Harrison's Corners 314 90 

Harriston 9,898 83 

Harrow 3,941 84 

Harrowsmith 1, 688 09 

Hartington 548 45 

Harwood 467 22 

Hastings 3,307 14 

Havelock 4,241 55 

Hawkesbury 9,355 91 

Hawkestone 1,284 45 

Hawkesville 161 81 

Haysville 401 70 

Hearst 3,099 56 

Heasllp 211 50 

Heathcote 246 96 

Hensall 3,308 44 

Hepworth 1,406 \i) 

Hermon 399 33 

Heron Bay. 184 82 

Hespeler 10,756 91 

Hickson 993 82 

Highgate 1,996 83 

Highland Creek 378 27 

Highland Grove 548 32 

Hilliardton 165 27 

Hillier 757 05 

Hillsburgh 1,443 84 

Hillsdale 808 37 

Hilton 387 27 

Hilton Beach 990 15 

Holland Centre 615 58 

Holland Landing 622 43 

Holstein 1,393 70 

Holyrood 476 82 

Honeywood 438 46 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Hopeville 277 13 

Hornby 596 55 

Hornepayne 2,480 48 

Homing's Mills 689 77 

Humber Bay 844 89 

Humberstone 3,543 06 

Huntsville 14,621 41 

Hurdman's Bridge 809 80 

Huttonsville 299 55 

Hybla 356 76 

Hyde Park Corner 668 33 

Hydro 534 77 

Hymers 444 78 

Hyndford 317 72 

Ice Lake 201 23 

Ida 385 43 

Ignace 1,621 30 

Ilderton 2,720 60 

Indian River 468 30 

IngersoU 24,400 48 

Inglewood 1,354 15 

Inkerman - 716 82 

Innerkip 863 31 

Inverary 411 23 

Inwood 1 , 647 33 

lona Station 704 88 

Iron Bridge 954 04 

Iron Dale 136 14 

Iroquois 5,514 46 

Iroquois Falls 9,090 72 

Islington 3,413 31 

Ivanhoe 499 91 

Jackfish 504 52 

Jacksonboro 586 24 

Jackson's Point 1,298 61 

Janetville 554 65 

Jarlsburg 233 90 

Jarvis 2,801 00 

Jasper 990 28 

Jerseyville 776 08 

Jessopville 391 15 

Jogues 252 24 

Jordan 1,117 48 

Jordan Harbour 583 58 

Jordan Station 906 72 

Joyceville 242 96 

Kagawong 711 55 

Kakabeka Falls. 706 31 

Kaladai Station. 279 50 

Kaministikwia 536 16 

Kapuskasing 4,950 77 

Kars 623 97 

Katrine Station 331 09 

Kearney 1,285 42 

Keene 1,259 32 

Keewatin 4,692 01 

Kemble 725 47 

Kemptville 6,867 60 

Kenabeek 325 19 

Kendal 451 83 

Kenilworth 935 49 

Kenmore 671 51 

Kenney 636 44 

Kenora 24,799 24 

Kent Bridge 296 09 

Kerrwood 1,249 73 

Keswick 1,231 54 

Kettleby 456 71 

Kilbride 198 74 

Killaloe Station 2,429 88 

Killamey 589 86 

Kilsyth 197 17 

Kilworthy 471 86 

Kimberley 358 08 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— Continued 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Kinburn 1,570 38 

Kincardine 13,497 18 

King 1,372 60 

Kingsmill 219 79 

Kingston *116,984 84 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 109,746 10 

Sub-Office No. 1 5,387 54 

Sub-Office No. 2 1,114 20 

Bath Road 547 00 

Kingston Station 190 00 

Kingsville ; 10,716 80 

Kinmount 1,740 99 

Kintore 472 16 

Kipling 220 68 

Kippen 548 39 

Kirkfield 1,543 10 

Kirkland Lake 10,840 90 

Kirkton 984 71 

Kitchener 124,418 70 

Kleinburg 413 86 

Klock 151 52 

Komoka 754 19 

Krugersdori 250 97 

Lafontaine 405 95 

LaForest 500 56 

Lakefield 4,795 98 

Lakeport 323 71 

Lakeside 1,151 94 

Lakeview Beach 1 , 239 27 

Lakeview Park 646 18 

L'Amable 89 76 

Lambeth 1,338 98 

Lambton Mills 3,781 40 

Lanark 3,399 30 

Lancaster 2, 565 82 

Lang 187 25 

Langstafl 405 51 

Langton 506 67 

Lansdowne 3,451 13 

Lansing 2, 199 37 

Larchwood 282 80 

Larder Lake 813 15 

Larocque 294 59 

La Salette 530 90 

LaSalle 1,049 93 

Latchford 951 17 

Latta 426 75 

Laurel ,^82 22 

Laurentian View 419 44 

La Vallee 687 00 

Lavant Station 4"2 37 

Lavigne 123 47 

Lawrence Station 236 78 

Leamington 18,422 55 

Leeburn 121 51 

Lefaivre 573 65 

Lefroy 1,384 41 

Lemieux 176 20 

Leonard 421 53 

Levack 1,575 62 

Lime House 401 85 

Lindsay 35, 309 45 

Linwood 1 , 297 66 

Lion's Head 1,752 55 

Lisle 823 78 

Listowel 14,768 71 

Little Britain 1 , 253 64 

Little Current 4, 577 82 

Lloydtown 376 70 

Lochlash 148 65 

Lochlin 392 03 

Locust Hill 553 25 

Loiselleville 447 n 



Name of Office Revenue 

% cts. 

Londesborough 1,570 63 

London *490,499 00 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 434,667 86 

Sub-Office No. 1 468 05 

Sub-Office No. 2 1,350 23 

Sub-Office No. 3 7,606 54 

Sub-Office No. 4 6,647 22 

Sub-Office No. 5 1,344 00 

Sub-Office No. 6 382 00 

Sub-Office No. 7 1,883 00 

Sub-Office No. 8 11,178 02 

Sub-Office No. 9 774 00 

Sub-Office No. 10 4,759 05 

Ealing 7,490 63 

London South 5,415 37 

London West 1,016 89 

St. James Park 3,790 14 

Tambling's Comers 256 00 

University P.O 1,470 00 

Long Bay 95 51 

Long Branch 4,328 57 

Longford Mills 837 41 

Longlac 483 38 

Longwood 282 11 

Lonsdale 287 15 

Loretto 225 44 

L'Orignal 1,835 38 

Loring 617 93 

Lomeville 668 76 

Lorrain Valley 71 24 

Lowbanks 627 59 

Lucan 2,992 42 

Lucknow 6, 645 28 

Lunenburg 351 41 

Lyn 1,262 71 

Lynden 1,396 81 

Lyndhurst 1,385 62 

Lynedoch 389 02 

McAlpine 324 80 

McDonald's Comers 450 13 

McDougall Mills 884 64 

McGregor 284 90 

McKellar 623 54 

Maberly 803 73 

MacLennan 378 80 

MacTier 1 ,354 80 

Madawaska 1,116 10 

Madoc 6,075 32 

Magnetawan 1,715 03 

Maidstone 587 40 

Maitland 560 39 

Malachie 265 46 

Mallorytown 1,931 16 

Malton 748 64 

Manchester 255 03 

Mandamin 823 69 

Manilla 511 16 

Manitowaning 2,004 89 

Manotick 974 20 

Manotick Station 413 71 

Mansfield 720 24 

Maple : 1,501 81 

Markdale 5,987 67 

Markham 3,270 61 

Markstay 605 28 

Marlbank 965 89 

Marmion 86 88 

Marmora 3,482 21 

Martintown 1 , 671 26 

Marysville 381 89 

Massey Station 2, 720 00 

Matheson Station 2, 937 64 



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Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Mattagami Heights 655 60 

Mattawa 4,430 67 

Mattice 816 31 

Maxville 3,761 65 

Maxwell 428 88 

Maynooth 1, 130 29 

Maynooth Station 321 41 

Meadowvale 662 44 

Meaford 10,280 80 

Melancthon 296 63 

MelV)ourne 1,283 18 

Merlin 3,399 25 

Merrickville 4,041 75 

Morritton 5, 652 30 

Metcalfe 1,264 84 

Michipicoten Harbour 218 46 

Michipicoten River 191 38 

MiddleviUe 327 72 

Midhurst 483 25 

Midland 24,289 00 

Milberta 155 34 

Mildmay 3,049 36 

Milford 392 36 

MiUbank 771 42 

Millbridge 213 00 

MiUbrook 3,579 74 

Mille Roches 2,420 03 

Mill Grove 401 02 

Milliken 471 43 

Milnet 1,248 08 

Milton West 10,253 46 

Milverton 5, 133 48 

Mimico 5,449 01 

Mimico Beach 4,816 03 

Minaki 1,567 25 

Mindemoya 860 63 

Minden 1,810 93 

Mine Centre 799 42 

Minesing 589 99 

Minett 817 02 

Minnitaki 237 86 

Missanabie 468 38 

Mitchell 8, 297 00 

Mobert 225 78 

Moffat 459 45 

Moira 277 54 

Monckland Station 933 88 

Monkton 1,804 76 

Mono Mills 282 26 

Mono Road Station 798 47 

Monteith 1,473 79 

Monticello 181 29 

Montreal River 155 98 

Montrock 9 96 

Moonbeam 765 73 

Moorefield 1,706 03 

Mooretown 1,021 11 

Moor Lake Station 185 75 

Moose Creek 2,126 00 

Morewood 862 98 

Morganston 301 79 

Morpeth 999 00 

Morrisburg 7,227 46 

Morriston 423 54 

Morton 214 61 

Moscow 574 36 

Mossley 469 58 

Moulinette 532 01 

Mountain 1,838 97 

Mountain Grove 703 41 

Mount Albert 1,616 58 

Mount Bridges 2,055 23 

Mount Elgin 767 21 

Mount Forest 9,806 81 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Mount Hope 677 16 

Mount Joy 488 80 

Mount Pleasant 892 07 

Mount St. Patrick 290 58 

Mowat 733 50 

Muir Kirk 965 68 

Muncey 528 24 

MuriUo 742 59 

Myrtle Station 635 03 

Nairn Centre 613 20 

Nakina 1,782 41 

Nanticoke 519 02 

Napanee 20,848 44 

Nashville 453 91 

Naughton 196 56 

Navan 937 85 

Nesterville 695 53 

Nestleton Station 876 99 

Neustadt 1,701 47 

Newboro 1,410 41 

Newburgh 1,582 45 

Newbury 1,664 20 

Newcastle 2,317 98 

New Dundee 910 00 

New Germany 153 71 

New Hamburg 5,537 18 

Newington 1, 164 29 

New Liskeard 16,550 45 

New Lowell 1,053 28 

Newmarket 16,805 37 

Newton 665 25 

Newton Brook 780 20 

Newton Robinson 253 55 

New Toronto 21,934 32 

NiagaraFalls ♦123,811 47 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 95,228 05 

Niagara Falls Centre 17,873 75 

Niagara Falls, Falls View 1 , 400 33 

Niagara Falls South 9,223 34 

Niagara Falls West End 86 00 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 4,922 71 

Nicholson Siding 1,413 10 

Nipigon 2.984 23 

Nipissing 461 55 

Nobel 91 28 

Nobleton 286 67 

Noelville 752 34 

Norland 523 45 

Norman 2,431 30 

Normandale 420 72 

North Augusta 1,440 81 

North Bay 56,533 60 

North Brook 879 06 

North Bruce 361 27 

North Cobalt 1,306 79 

Northfield Station 734 84 

North Gower 1,705 83 

North Lancaster 327 19 

North Pines 125 53 

Northwood 890 57 

Nerval 1,117 94 

Norwich 7,165 13 

Norwood 4,081 15 

Notre-Dame du Lac 91 58 

Nottawa 604 98 

Novar 686 85 

Oakland 245 88 

Oakville 15,365 82 

Oakwood 1,338 16 

Oba 517 36 

Odessa 1,389 13 

Ohsweken 373 68 

OU City 234 77 



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Name of Office Revenue 
$ ets. 

Oil Springs 1,888 83 

Omemee 2,590 63 

Ompah 216 53 

Onondaga 215 06 

Orangeville 11,022 19 

Orillia 41,675 38 

Orleans 322 14 

Ormond 272 90 

Orono 2,926 30 

Oro Station 478 48 

Orrville 541 97 

Orton 815 89 

Osgoode Station 1,871 91 

Oshawa *76,000 91 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 70,788 73 

Cedar Dale 1,341 03 

South Oshawa 3,871 15 

Osnabruck Centre 274 69 

Ottawa *621,444 32 

•Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 468,906 84 

Sub-Office No. 2 6,605 57 

Sub-Office No. 3 2,058 00 

Sub-Office No. 4 8,574 96 

Sub-Office No. 5 2,22101 

Sub-Office No. 6 7,935 29 

Sub-Office No. 7 7,966 89 

Sub-Office No. 10 5,431 41 

Sub-Office No. 14 965 00 

Sub-Office No. 15 2,314 09 

Sub-Office No. 16 2,886 00 

Sub-Office No. 17 5, 133 52 

Sub-Office No. 18 394 00 

Sub-Office No. 20 6,381 27 

Bank Street 33,966 03 

Bayswater 574 00 

Clarkstown 1,396 76 

Cummings' Bridge 984 95 

Eastview Centre 1,021 04 

Glebe 13,912 11 

Hintonburg 5,288 50 

Le Breton Flats 7,325 56 

Mount Sherwood 1,562 10 

Naval Service 

New Edinburgh 4, 180 73 

Ottawa East 3,919 65 

Ottawa South 6,583 91 

Stewarton 12,955 13 

Ottawa West 660 44 

Otter Lake Station 313 46 

Otterville 2,498 09 

Overbrook 796 62 

Owen Sound *54,844 26 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 54,436 29 

Brookholm 407 97 

Oxdrift 654 63 

Oxford Mills 564 72 

Oxford Station 447 09 

Paincourt 383 13 

Paisley 4, 604 42 

Pakenham 2,248 73 

Palermo 424 11 

Palgrave 489 50 

Palmer Rapids 282 36 

Palmerston 6, 171 49 

Parham 771 16 

Paris 22,355 27 

Paris Station 2,911 95 

Parkhill 6, 100 94 

Parry Harbour 237 69 

Parry Sound 14,528 60 

Pearson 123 06 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Pefferlaw 745 49 

Pelee Island 615 77 

Pembroke 32,929 13 

Pendleton 560 40 

Penetanguishene 8,409 89 

Perkinsfield 185 64 

Perry Station 143 90 

Perth 28,849 64 

Perth Road 420 01 

Petawawa 358 49 

Petawawa Military Camp 476 65 

Peterboro *109,545 22 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 105, 123 56 

Sub-Office No. 1 563 35 

Sub-Office No. 2 829 49 

Sub-Office No. 3 432 00 

Sub-Office No. 4 2,596 82 

Petersburg 876 71 

Petrolia 13, 147 78 

Phelpston 593 08 

Philatelic Agency 3,891 96 

PhiUipsville 360 00 

Pickering 2,358 87 

Picton 17,701 82 

Pine 334 35 

Pinewood 549 80 

Pinkerton 382 74 

PlainviUe 202 89 

Plantagenet 2,576 64 

Plantagenet Springs 261 19 

PlattsviUe 1,875 74 

Plevna 410 09 

Point Anne 584 86 

Pointe-aux-Roches 531 44 

Point Edward 2,579 15 

Pontypool 1,258 61 

Porquis Junction 764 38 

Port. Arthur *57,781 13 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 53,605 82 

Sub-Office No. 3 3,791 58 

Sub-Office No. 4 356 46 

Sub-Office No. 5 27 27 

Port Burwell 3, 121 51 

Port Carling 3,095 33 

Port Colborne 20,580 11 

Port Credit 5,448 73 

Port Dalhousie 5,697 96 

Port Dover 8,865 52 

Port Elgin 6,732 64 

Port Hope 21,974 06 

Port Lambton 1,246-84 

Portland 1.483 37 

PortMcNicoll 2,478 80 

Port Maitland 662 47 

Port Nelson 1,066 33 

Port Perry 6,217 65 

Port Robinson 1,050 94 

Port Rowan 3,242 4. 

Portsmouth 2,015 63 

Port Stanley 2,883 28 

Port Stanton 755 23 

Port Sydney 1,082 06 

Port Whitby 590 81 

Powassan 5,026 86 

Prescott 14,300 40 

Preston 22,977 02 

Priceville 1,002 36 

Princeton 1,721 71 

Proton Station 970 70 

Providence Bay 515 08 

Pulp Siding 757 40 

Puslinch 773 04 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— Continued 



31 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Queensborough 860 93 

Queenston 1, 159 98 

Queensville 655 35 

Rainy Lake 782 13 

Rainy River 4,588 21 

Ramore 769 62 

Ramsayville 253 89 

Rathburn 169 49 

Ravenna 673 83 

Ravenshoe 242 09 

Reaboro 306 13 

Read 239 33 

Redditt 713 29 

Rednersville 278 72 

Renfrew 26,962 92 

Riceville 407 98 

Richard's Landing 1,403 79 

Richmond 1.670 47 

Richmond Hill 4,977 79 

Richwood 287 01 

Rideau Ferry 202 65 

Ridgetown 8, 465 75 

Ridgeville 1.257 13 

Ridgeway 4,628 31 

Ripley 3,294 29 

Riverside 642 12 

River Valley 404 77 

Riverview 339 19 

Roblin 477 79 

Roche's Point 784 20 

Rockingham 183 23 

Rockland 2,833 22 

Rocklyn 309 92 

Rockport ■• 430 69 

Rock Springs 227 14 

Rockton 222 28 

Rockwood 2,699 17 

Rodney 3,654 47 

Rose Comer 144 88 

Rosemont 251 44 

Roseneath 962 25 

Roslin 412 32 

Rosseau 2, 149 48 

Rossmore 516 69 

Rossport 679 94 

Rothsay " 307 53 

Ruby 172 90 

Ruel 272 65 

Ruscom Station 307 82 

Russell 2,798 13 

Rutherglen 614 44 

Ruthven 1,960 36 

RydalBank 366 10 

Ryland 105 04 

Ste. Agatha 285 47 

St. Albert 339 36 

St. Amour 354 33 

St. Andrew's West 376 83 

Ste. Anne de Prescott 438 76 

St. Ann's 635 09 

St. Catharines 93,954 32 

St. Charles 492 74 

St. Clements 543 80 

St. Columban 436 02 

St. David's 1,003 38 

St. Eugene 1,616 67 

St. George Brant 2, 133 37 

St. Isidore de Prescott 943 49 

St. Jacob's 1,231 54 

St. Joachim River Ruscom 554 56 

St. Mary's 17,714 88 

St. Onge 553 29 

St. Paschal Baylon 149 52 

St. Paul's Station 361 C8 



Name of Office Revenue 

S cts. 

St. Raphael West 405 50 

St. Thomas 68,371 46 

St. Williams 1,548 75 

Sand Point 294 32 

Sanitarium 3, 107 03 

Samia 65,970 95 

Sarsfield 381 57 

Sault Ste. Marie *72,060 51 

"^Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 54,411 48 

Sub-Office No. 1 5,2.56 53 

Sub-Office No. 2 3,248 05 

Sub-Office No. 3 ■ 1,221 00 

Sault Ste. Marie West 4,985 15 

Sault Ship Canal 1,031 66 

Steelton West 1,906 64 

Scarborough 758 72 

Scarborough Bluffs •. . 1,271 50 

Scarborough Junction 704 28 

Schomberg < 2,286 87 

Schreiber 3,795 69 

Schumacher 7, 298 96 

Scotland 1,642 76 

Scudder 505 69 

Seaforth 10,301 37 

Seagrave 531 54 

Searchmont 838 26 

Sebright 434 73 

SebringviUe 1,162 27 

Seely's Bay 902 70 

Seguin Falls 395 26 

Selby 333 50 

Selkirk 2,364 60 

Sellwood 96 18 

Sesikinika Lake 387 17 

Severn Bridge 1,087 11 

Shakespeare 769 30 

Shallow Lake 684 60 

Shannonville 1,036 58 

Shanty Bay 858 60 

Sharbot Lake 1,846 21 

Sharon 303 10 

Shaip Comers 218 58 

Shedden 1,129 83 

Sheffield 353 03 

Sheguindah 553 21 

Shelbume 6, 590 28 

Sherkston 727 25 

Shillington 288 70 

Shining Tree 201 27 

SiUsviUe 698 89 

Silver Centre 1,506 34 

Silver Water 404 32 

Simcoe 25,279 02 

Singhampton 818 75 

Sioux Lookout 5,914 53 

Skead 324 64 

Sleeman 394 98 

Smithfield 335 22 

Smith's Falls 27,337 19 

Smithville 3,022 12 

Smoky Falls 220 57 

Smooth Rock Falls 2,747 79 

Snelgrove 184 15 

Sombra 1,423 32 

Sonya 356 52 

Southampton 5, 136 40 

South Cayuga 359 51 

South End 993 88 

South Indian 696 79 

South March 355 45 

South Monaghan 309 05 

South Mountain 1,258 96 

South Porcupine 9,344 3^ 



32 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF Oi^TARlO— Continued 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

South River 2,655 63 

South Woodslee 1,301 20 

Southwold Station 331 99 

Spanish 1,009 78 

Spanish Mills 781 44 

Sparrow Lake 381 32 

Sparta 655 02 

Spencerville 3,038 07 

Spragge 1,122 99 

Spring Bay 361 77 

Spring Brook 625 51 

Springfield 1,865 41 

Springford 562 59 

Sprucedale 2,215 38 

Stackpool 232 03 

Staffa 359 24 

Stamford 446 53 

Stanley •• 262 59 

Staples 323 65 

Stayner 4,784 33 

Stella 941 79 

Stevensville 1,622 26 

Stirling 5,115 46 

Stittsville 1,403 30 

Stoco 297 55 

Stokes Bay 105 00 

Stonecliff 408 61 

Stony Creek 2,871 53 

Stouffville 4,926 50 

Straffordville 837 23 

Stratford 64,677 62 

Stratford Station 10,634 54 

Strathroy 12,413 69 

Stratton ^ 1,084 68 

Streetsville 2,426 77 

Strickland 220 28 

Stroud 873 11 

Sturgeon Falls 10,550 64 

Sudbury 55,718 34 

Sulphide 569 31 

Summerstown Station 577 99 

Sunbury 204 36 

Sunderland 2,703 79 

Sundridge 1.779 19 

Sutton West 3,114 87 

Swastika 1,956 99 

Sword 191 04 

Sydenham 2,356 25 

Tamworth 2,060 77 

Tara 3,094 22 

Tavistock 3,948 74 

Tecumseh 1,789 71 

Teeswater 4,561 04 

Tehkummah 304 06 

Terra Cotta 413 79 

Terra Nova 155 17 

Thamesford 1,937 22 

Thamesville 4,261 28 

Thedford 2,850 04 

Thessalon 5, 661 98 

Thomasburg 436 74 

Thornbury 3, 193 05 

Thomdale 1,753 53 

Thomhill 1,328 27 

Thomloe 820 92 

Thornton 1,466 56 

Thorold 13,510 98 

TUbury 5,416 71 

Tillsonburg ^ . . . 14,637 92 

Timagami 1,217 19 

Timmins 36,713 74 

Tincap 248 00 

Tiverton 1,686 93 

Tobermory 618 20 

Toledo 614 68 



Name of Office 



Tomstown 

Toronto 

♦Divided as follows :- 

Head Office 

Postal Terminal A. 

Postal Station B . . . 

Postal Station C . . . 

Postal Station D . . . 

Postal Station E... 

Postal Station F... 

Postal Station G . . . 

Postal Station H . . . 

Postal Station J 

Postal Station K . . . 

Postal Station L. . . 

Sub-Office No. 1... 

Sub-Office No. 2... 

Sub-Office No. 3... 

Sub-Office No. 4... 

Sub-Office No. 5... 

Sub-Office No. 6... 

Sub-Office No. 7... 

Sub-Office No. 8... 

Sub-Office No. 9... 

Sub-Office No. 10.. 

Sub-Office No. 11.. 

Sub-Office No. 12.. 

Sub-Office No. 13.. 

Sub-Office No. 14.. 

Sub-Office No. 16.. 

Sub-Office No. 17.. 

Sub-Office No. 18.. 

Sub-Office No. 20.. 

Sub-Office No. 22.. 

Sub-Office No. 24. . 

Sub-Office No. 25.. 

Sub-Office No. 26.. 

Sub-Office No. 27.. 

Sub-Office No. 28.. 

Sub-Office No. 29.. 

Sub-Office No. 30.. 

Sub-Office No. 31.. 

Sub-Office No. 33.. 

Sub-Office No. 34.. 

Sub-Office No. 35.. 

Sub-Office No. 36.. 

Sub-Office No. 37.. 

Sub-Office No. 38.. 

Sub-Office No. 39.. 

Sub-Office No. 40.. 

Sub-Office No. 42.. 

Sub-Office No. 43.. 

Sub-Office No. 44.. 

Sub-Office No. 45.. 

Sub-Office No. 46.. 

Sub-Office No. 47.. 

Sub-Office No. 48.. 

Sub-Office No. 49.. 

Sub-Office No. 50.. 

Sub-Office No. 51.. 

Sub-Office No. 52.. 

Sub-Office No. 53.. 

Sub-Office No. 54. . 

Sub-Office No. 55.. 

Sub-Office No. 56. . 

Sub-Office No. 57.., 

Sub-Office No. 58.. 

Sub-Office No. 59.. 

Sub-Office No. 



60. 

Sub-Office No. 61. 
Sub-Office No. 62. 
Sub-Office No. 63. 
Sub-Office No. 64. 
Sub-Office No. 65. 



Revenue 


$ 


cts. 




253 46 


♦6,688,696 08 


3,174 


808 07 


578 


236 07 


242 


229 00 


34 


171 89 


76 


325 02 


58 


771 99 


135 


269 42 


63 


154 03 


12 


456 25 


33 


172 18 


26 


576 £2 


27 


863 76 


3 


691 17 


6 


328 22 


7 


216 65 


2 


522 39 


2 


436 28 


5 


548 86 


5 


442 76 


1 


218 67 




628 45 


2 


900 12 


6 


520 75 


1 


268 84 


1 


666 37 


26 


003 33 


55 


614 65 


3 


214 70 


16 


783 17 


12 


041 94 


12 


690 19 


10 


156 49 


20 


081 94 


4 


531 68 


9 


000 07 


6 


218 54 


18 


431 93 


2 


649 39 


38 


267 10 


10 


387 78 


10 


652 77 


2 


379 21 


5 


828 70 


9 


268 89 


10 


269 28 


5 


509 58 


6 


728 70- 


7 


284 40 


10 


613 34 


11 


794 80 


5 


824 83 


64 


255 23 


2 


024 34 


14 


344 70 


4 


861 83 


27 


872 46 


12 


049 87 


8 


439 61 


4 


328 09 


11 


022 70 


9 


085 65 




847 30 


3 


396 06 


10 


882 91 


9 


414 00 


1 


967 68 


3 


019 55 


15, 


280 10 


22 


851 57 


12 


621 18 


2 


221 63 



HE FORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— Coniintted 



83 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 
Toronto — Con. 

Sub-Office No. 66 31,237 25 

Sub-Office No. 67 644 70 

Sub-Office No. 69 6,779 90 

Sub-Office No. 70 6,833 69 

Sub-Office No. 71 1.166 95 

Sub-Office No. 72 1,220 93 

Sub-Office No. 73 552 30 

Sub-Office No. 74 1,738 92 

Sub-Office No. 77 129 11 

Sub-Office No. 78 7,065 73 

Sub-Office No. 79 9,099 49 

Sub-Office No. 90 2, 152 47 

Sub-Office No. 91 730 34 

Sub-Office No. 92 730 72 

Sub-Office No. 95 213 01 

Sub-Office No. 101 6,340 91 

Sub-Office No. 102 18, 139 63 

Sub-Office No. 103 14,448 74 

Sub-Office No. 104 4,224 01 

Sub-Office No. 105 1,010 33 

Sub-Office No. 106 4,626 32 

Sub-Office No. 107 15,338 01 

Sub-Office No. 108 2,342 97 

Sub-Office No. 109 1,272 64 

Sub-Office No. 110 2,407 33 

Sub-Office No. Ill 45,167 54 

Sub-Office No. 116 214,774 00 

Sub-Office No. 116a 402,068 93 

Sub-Office No. 118 4,542 64 

Sub-Office No. 122 29,802 18 

Sub-Office No. 125 99,383 59 

Sub-Office No. 125a 139,000 00 

Sub-Office No. 140 8,952 66 

Sub-Office No. 141 3,376 85 

Sub-Office No. 148 6,304 35 

Sub-Office No. 157 5,497 85 

Sub-Office No. 167 26,498 39 

Sub-Office X 2,080 60 

Balmy Beach 7,161 56 

Bathurst Street 53,072 59 

Bedford Park 5,498 13 

Birch Cliff 1,891 54 

Bleecker Street 7,449 70 

Bloor Street 11,208 95 

Broadview Avenue 11,015 56 

Brockton 7,370 97 

Carlton Street 9,574 70 

Clinton Street 10,268 69 

Coleman 8,399 81 

Davisville 5,963 01 

Deer Park 18,051 12 

Dundas Street 7, 628 52 

Earlscourt 1,951 98 

Lee Avenue 6,093 46 

Mount Dennis 27, 726 88 

Pape Avenue 20,376 70 

Parkdale 14,694 04 

Peter Street 162,246 16 

Queen Street East 19,006 89 

Rusholme Road 21,686 27 

St. Joseph Street 11,608 97 

Spadina Avenue 29,313 79 

Swansea 1 , 559 6J 

Todmorden 1,218 58 

Wychwood Park 5, 224 33 

Torrance 494 90 

Tory Hill 1,182 97 

Tottenham. 3,297 64 

Trenton 19,371 67 

Trent River 297 95 

Trout Creek 1,468 95 

Trout Mills 270 58 

Trowbridge 138 55 

23144—3 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Troy 219,84 

Tupperville 658 03 

Turbine 202 00 

Turriff 221 32 

Tweed 6,866 63 

Tyrone 281 82 

Udney 324 57 

Ufifington 297 23 

Union 453 42 

Unionville 1,791 01 

Uno Park 275 47 

Uptergrove 331 10 

Utopia 273 35 

Utterson 1,024 11 

Uxbridge 9,282 44 

ValGagnd 551 16 

Valrita 250 51 

Vandorf 129 12 

Vanessa 624 21 

Vankleek HiU 5,904 27 

Varna 652 57 

Varney 432 61 

Vars 1,054 93 

Vasey 264 86 

Ventnor 243 41 

Verner 2,131 99 

Vernon 657 22 

Vernonville 210 76 

Verona 1,532 97 

Victoria Harbour 2,706 72 

Victoria Mines 194 55 

Victoria Road 468 81 

Vienna 739 52 

Vineland 2,655 86 

Vineland Station 1, 248 37 

Vinemount 372 40 

Virginia 406 95 

Vittoria 1,155 01 

Wabigoon 515 77 

Wahnapitae 209 13 

Wainfleet 1,212 40 

Waldemar 323 36 

Waldhof 327 84 

Wales 1,844 65 

Walford Station 476 61 

Walker's 386 87 

Walkerton 11,512 10 

Wallaceburg 14,299 80 

Wallacetown 872 95 

Wallenstein 766 04 

Walsingham 608 99 

Walter's Falls 381 50 

Walton 984 65 

Wanstead 1,010 86 

Wardsville 996 34 

Warkworth 2,348 82 

Warren 1, 685 08 

Warsaw 731 37 

Warwick 197 24 

Washago 1,456 42 

Waterdown 2, 151 06 

Waterford 7,902 40 

Waterloo 37,434 48 

Watford 6.373 28 

Watson's Corners , 179 54 

Waubaushene : 1,835 75 

Wawbewawa 273 06 

Webbwood 1,558 42 

Welland 43,315 90 

WellandPort 1,148 42 

Wellesley 2,389 63 

Wellington 3,354 93 

Wemyss 264 96 

Wendover 314 90 



34 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— Concluded 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Westboro 4, 266 93 

West Brook 219 59 

West Hamilton 815 27 

West Hill 648 82 

West Huntingdon 230 40 

West Lome 3,457 85 

Westmeath 1,184 60 

West Montrose 641 82 

Weston 20,500 16 

Westport 2,958 78 

Westwood 330 15 

Wheatley 3,214 63 

Whitby 12,997 03 

White Church 393 76 

Whitefish 617 30 

White Lake 381 49 

White River 1,587 47 

Whitevale 462 39 

Whitney 1,090 04 

Wiarton 8, 187 53 

Widdifield Station 521 52 

Wilberforce 522 37 

Wilkesport 190 87 

Williamsburg 1, 680 49 

Williamsford 294 67 

Williamstown 1,723 33 

Wilno 611 87 

Wilsonville 474 93 

Wilton 317 29 

Wilton Grove 605 66 

Winchester 6, 574 80 

Winchester Springs 309 71 

Windermere 1, 122 73 

Windham Centre 348 34 

Windsor *361,233 01 

•Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 247, 778 51 

Sandwich Postal Station 7,404 78 

Walkerv ille Postal Station 72, 525 81 



Name of Office Revenue 

% cts. 
Windsor — Con. 

Sub-Office No. 1 12,348 70 

Sub-Office No. 2 8,629 12 

Sub-Office No. 3 4,546 17 

Sub-Office No. 4 73 00 

Ford Sub-P.O 2,694 71 

Ford Sub-Office No. 2 5,232 21 

Wingham 11,501 57 

Winona 6, 169 38 

Woito 263 01 

Wolfe 83 50 

Wolfe Island 1,367 08 

Wolverton 129 97 

Woodbridge 3,243 22 

Woodford 377 93 

Woodham 411 10 

Woodlawn 427 49 

Woodrous 200 81 

Woodstock 60, 613 49 

Woodville 2,656 70 

Wooler 659 18 

Worthington 1,171 31 

Wroxeter 1,691 19 

Wyebridge 328 16 

Wyevale 510 63 

Wyoming 2,821 02 

Yarker 862 34 

York 1,071 10 

Young's Point 444 91 

Zephyr 657 69 

Zurich 2,285 40 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 155, 868 87 

13,903,477 48 

Less — Value of Postage Stamps affixed 

to Postal Notes 20, 632 61 



13,882,844 87 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC 



Abbotsford 

Abercorn 


1,148 62 

768 93 

344 34 


Avoca 

Ayers Cliff 


211 60 

2,854 18 


Abord k Plouffe 


Aylmer East 

Aylwin ... 


4,092 89 


Acton Vale 


3,699 95 


... 220 06 


Adamsville 

Adstock 


553 86 
496 29 
813 54 


Bagotville 

Baie des Sables 


3,063 22 

886 24 


Albanel , . 


Bale Ste. Claire 

Baie St. Paul 

Baillargeon 

Barachois de Malbaie 


15 08 


Albertville 

Amos 

Amqui 


380 58 
8,272 18 ■ 
4,523 74 

689 99 
463 64 


3,867 18 

449 60 

944 39 


Ancienne Lorette 

Ange Gardien 


Barnston 

Barraute 

Batiscan 

Beam 


377 32 

970 20 


Ange Gardien de Rouville. ....... 


1,023 58 


1,113 56 


Angers 

Angliers 


352 57 
993 87 


353 48 

.... 1,606 11 


Anse au Griffon 


347 06 
1,130 77 

412 66 
3,579 94 
1,233 09 
1,098 73 
5,634 28 
419 70 


Beauceville East ~ 


4,622 15 


Armagh 


Beauceville Ouest 


2,019 75 


Armand 

Arthabaska 

Arundel 

Arvida 

Asbestos 

Ascot Corner 


Beauhamois 

Beauport 

Beaupr6 

Beaurivage 

Becancour 

Bedford 

Beebe 

Beech Grove 


5,307 40 

1,759 50 

356 35 

758 11 

828 10 

4,282 11 


Aston Junction 


997 65 


3 801 90 


Athelstan 


858 70 
288 94 
235 81 
130 04 
371 00 


286 06 


Aubrey 

Audet 

Aurigny 

Authier 


Belcourt 

Belleau 

Bellerive 

Bellerive Station 


577 16 

788 64 

1,920 51 

344 37 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Posjtal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QVEBEC— Continued 



35 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Belceil Station 616 62 

Belccil Village 1,822 64 

Bergerville 1,397 74 

Berthier en Bas 608 12 

Berthier en Haut 5,510 04 

Bic 2,606 93 

Bienville 2, 158 41 

Birchton 359 20 

Bishop's Crossing 1,456 78 

Black Cape 268 55 

Black Lake 2,272 85 

Black Lake East 131 82 

Blanche 161 71 

Blondin . 346 95 

Blue Sea Lake 338 63 

Boileau 143 93 

Bois Franc 215 49 

Bolduc 1,031 02 

Bolton Centre 744 24 

Bona venture 1 , 648 15 

Bonaventure East 293 01 

Bon Conseil 474 97 

Bondville 307 52 

Boucherville 1,004 96 

Bouchette 727 87 

Breakyville 1,190 24 

Br6beuf 282 05 

Brigham 737 53 

Bristol 494 66 

Brome 846 09 

Bromptonville 2,628 82 

Brosseau Station 76 88 

Broughton Station 444 01 

Brownsburg 2,855 69 

Brunet 113 94 

Bryson 622 43 

Buckingham 8,365 83 

Buckland 538 34 

Bulwer 733 31 

Bury 2,479 08 

Cabano 2,719 08 

Cacouna • 1,688 66 

Calumet 1,504 69 

Calumet Island 479 49 

Campbell's Bay 3, 184 10 

Cap k I'Aigle 684 11 

Cap aux Os 212 90 

Cap Chat 1,356 51 

Cap de la Madeleine 4, 758 22 

Cap des Hosiers 413 79 

Cape Cove 638 39 

Capelton 249 04 

Cap Rouge 908 74 

Cap St. Ignace 2, 111 76 

Cap Sant6 614 23 

Carillon 398 93 

Carleton 802 04 

Carleton Centre 594 96 

Carrier 80 59 

Cascades 359 76 

Cascades Point 413 67 

Caughnawaga 1,350 43 

Causapscal 1,540 09 

Causapscal Station 1,272 98 

Chaleurs 496 85 

Chambly 2,662 75 

Charably Canton 2,459 80 

Chambord 831 07 

Chambord Junction 433 27 

Champlain 1,126 11 

Chandler 4, 133 34 

Chapeau 1,190 96 

Charette 609 27 

Charlemagne 618 21 

23144-3} 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Charlesbourg 1,220 00 

Charney 2,234 55 

Charteris 241 68 

Chartierville 481 36 

Chateauguay 1 , 125 65 

Chateauguay Basin 1,019 62 

Chateau Richer 639 61 

Chaudi^re Curve 318 57 

Chaudi^re Station 316 21 

Chelsea 513 98 

Chemin Tach6 623 82 

Ch^n^ville 788 34 

Chicoutimi 16, 704 34 

Chicoutimi Centre 8, 251 05 

Chicoutimi Ouest 2,783 75 

Choisy 179 06 

Chute Panet 527 28 

Clarenceville 1,212 24 

Clarke City 758 92 

Coaticook 11,502 40 

Coleraine Station 546 35 

Como 657 17 

Compton 1,918 58 

Contrecceur 1,417 84 

Cookshire 5,325 28 

Corner of the Beach 384 32 

Coteau du Lac 761 40 

Coteau Landing 476 50 

Coteau Station 1,573 18 

Courcelles 684 68 

Cowansville 7,510 67 

Crabtree Mills 833 96 

Daaquam 782 53 

Dalesville 177 92 

Dalhousie Station 1,596 60 

Dalibaire 565 85 

Danford Lake 302 58 

Danville 7,171 95 

Daveluyville 827 21 

Davidson 515 21 

Delisle 968 06 

Delson 743 24 

Demers Centre 630 05 

Deniau 343 63 

Dequen 351 71 

Desbiens 608 67 

Deschaillons 2, 173 33 

Deschambault 1,066 08 

Desch^nes Mills 99 67 

Dewittville 338 23 

D'Israeli 2,903 35 

Dixville 919 71 

Dolbeau 421 52 

Donnacona 3,432 92 

Dosquet 451 02 

Doucet 253 14 

Douglastown 725 71 

Drapeau 251 72 

Drummondville East 12,093 62 

Duclos 138 97 

Dundee 576 77 

Dunham 1,727 61 

Dupuy 926 44 

East Angus 7,421 07 

East Broughton 789 25 

East Broughton Station 2, 319 36 

East Clifton 165 24 

East Farnham 460 02 

East Hereford 581 64 

Eastman 1,896 77 

East Templeton 675 07 

Escuminac 292 07 

Estcourt 651 70 

Etang du Nord 338 24 



36 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting O^ces— Continued 

PROVINCE OF QVEBEC— Continued 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Fabre 482 69 

Fabre Station 101 19 

Farm Point 346 16 

Farnham 9,952 51 

Farrellton 409 97 

Fassett 846 59 

Father Point 560 51 

Ferme Neuve 1,028 12 

Fitch Bay 530 25 

Fontainebleau 173 58 

Fort Coulonge 2,853 01 

Foster 1 ,284 81 

Frampton 944 29 

Franklin Centre 728 68 

Frelighsburg 1,833 54 

Fugfereville 189 61 

Fulford 333 21 

Gamelin 1,139 23 

Gardenvale 10, 127 71 

Garneau 975 87 

Garthby Station 1,253 27 

Gascons 862 53 

Gasp6 4,023 39 

Gasp6 Harbour 1,001 60 

Gentilly 1,600 32 

Georgeville 594 38 

Glenada 270 97 

Glendyne 159 89 

Glenelm 1,168 33 

Glen Iver 229 84 

Glen Sutton 412 10 

Godbout 654 36 

Gould 725 63 

Gracefield 1,932 10 

Granby 16,846 86 

Grand CascapMia 1, 189 18 

Grande Baie 1,206 75 

Grande Gr^ve 352 24 

Grande Ligne 977 49 

GrandEntry ^ 191 24 

Grandes Bergeronnes 610 29 

Grandes Piles 805 73 

Grand'Mfere 5,604 21 

Grand'M^re Cit6 6,919 69 

Grand M6tis 151 16 

Grand River 1, 199 36 

Grand St. Esprit 331 83 

Graniteville 224 67 

Greenlay 300 59 

Grenville 1,938 17 

Grindstone Island 729 08 

Grondines 561 82 

Grosse Isle 116 78 

Guay 2,668 95 

Guenette ". 347 52 

Gu6rin 308 15 

Guigues 736 21 

Haldimand West 174 06 

Ham Nord 547 25 

Ham Sud 392 71 

Harrington East 165 06 

Hatley 661 14 

Hauteur, 400 91 

Havre Aubert 378 41 

Havre St. Pierre 477 44 

H6bertville 1,558 30 

Hebertville Station 3,034 70 

Hemmingford 2,454 41 

Henrivassal 191 35 

Henryville 656 40 

Hervey Junction 390 89 

High Falls 151 45 

Highwater 373 88 

Hillhurst 249 53 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Honfleur 458 30 

House Harbour 239 10 

Howick 1,706 44 

Howick Station 1,082 52 

Huberdeau 832 63 

Hudson 2,196 84 

Hudson Heights 1,545 49 

Hull * 25,128 52 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 23,758 59 

Sub-Office No. 1 1,369 93 

Huntingdon 7,477 88 

Iberville 3,605 09 

He aux Noix 300 84 

He Maligne 3,830 29 

Inverness 1,413 36 

Ironside 299 57 

Island Brook 211 34 

Isle aux Grues 824 08 

Isle Perrot Nord 215 02 

Isle Verte 2, 196 34 

Johnville 378 96 

Joliette 20, 120 78 

Jonqui^res 8, 584 64 

Kamouraska 973 78 

Katevale 309 76 

Kazubazua 527 09 

Kenogami 7,262 45 

Kiamika 288 29 

Kildare 1,156 50 

Kingsbury 629 97 

Kingsey Falls 779 68 

Kinnear's Mills 302 80 

Kippewa 558 06 

Knowlton 5, 956 58 

La Baie 1,625 23 

La Baie Shawinigan 581 08 

Labelle 1,321 80 

L'Acadie 320 97 

Lac a la Tortue 522 11 

Lac au Saumon 2,084 08 

Lac aux Sables 410 69 

Lac aux Sables Station 303 74 

Lac Bouchette 647 41 

Lac Brul6 397 50 

Lac des Ecorces 498 04 

Lac des lies 365 24 

Lac Etchemin 1, 137 84 

Lac Frontifere 1,819 89 

La Chevrotifere 330 26 

Lac Humqui 333 74 

Lachute 7,500 79 

Lachute Mills 2,438 88 

Lac Masson 1,002 16 

Lac Mercier 730 35 

LacoUe 2, 171 50 

Lac M6gantic 8,038 10 

La Conception 264 02 

Lacroix 878 00 

Lac Ste. Croix 310 51 

Lac Ste. Marie 346 61 

Lac Saguay 1,000 82 

Ladysmith 283 40 

Lake Edward 652 30 

La Macaza 619 20 

La Malbaie 6,177 44 

Lamartine 715 70 

Lambton 2,112 08 

Landrienne 370 94 

Langevin 1, 172 87 

Langlais 319 94 

L'Annonciation 2,296 52 

Lanoraie 810 03 

L'Anse au Beaufils 359 18 

L'Anse St. Jean 475 38 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QVEBEC— Continued 



87 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

La Patrie 1,251 48 

Laprairie 3, 628 45 

La Presentation 1,012 91 

La Reine 1,775 93 

La Sarre 3,292 85 

L'Ascension 549 19 

L'Assomption 2,756 34 

Laterriere 959 45 

La Trappe 1,592 90 

Latulfpe 174 23 

La Tuque 9,277 58 

Laurier 491 68 

Laurierville 1,030 94 

Lauzon 2,975 15 

Lauzon Ouest 413 10 

Laval des Rapides 463 99 

Lavaltrie 500 15 

L'Avenir 568 74 

Laverlochere 623 16 

La Visitation 319 91 

Lawrenceville 686 22 

Leclercville 691 52 

Leeds Village 839 05 

Lemesurier 317 69 

Lemieux 471 90 

Lennoxville 8, 951 91 

L'Epihanie 2,238 68 

Le Pont de Quebec 415 66 

Lesage 439 53 

Les Ccdres, Cedars 1 , 471 15 

Les Eboulements 883 92 

Les Ecureuils 369 00 

Les Escoumains 867 16 

Les Etroits 328 17 

Levis 6,643 29 

Lime Ridge 179 12 

Liniere 1, 185 40 

L'Islet 2,637 15 

L'Islet Station 1,411 95 

Little Cascapedia 612 98 

Little River East 388 66 

LoretteviUe 5,487 76 

Lorrainville 1 , 131 59 

Lotbiniere 1 , 102 43 

Louiseville 4,566 98 

Lourdes 299 69 

Low 574 63 

Low Station 218 11 

Luceville 934 69 

Luskville 640 02 

Lyster Station 1,693 12 

McKee 187 34 

• McMasterville 1,071 23 

MacDonald College 3,648 17 

Haddington Falls 420 82 

Magog 10,561 46 

Magog East 757 33 

Makamik 3,051 25 

Mandeville 443 10 

Maniwaki 2,850 48 

Manseau 1,234 79 

Mansonville 2, 144 81 

Marbleton 1 ,028 46 

Maria 1,267 75 

Marieville 3,486 61 

Mattel 374 91 

Martinville 371 36 

Maryland 329 65 

Mascouche 1,204 97 

Masham Mills 304 74 

Massawippi 389 64 

Masson 1,238 59 

Mastaf 284 25 

Matane 6,837 53 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Matap6dia 1,756 10 

Melbourne 953 93 

Messines 709 81 

Metabetchouan 2, 974 68 

Metis Beach 1,506 30 

Milan 636 85 

Mille Isles 104 24 

Minerve 351 07 

Mistassini 664 99 

Montauban 812 33 

Montauban les Mines 512 91 

Mont Carmel 603 03 

Montcerf 587 04 

Monte Bello 2, 122 27 

Montfort 939 55 

Mont Joli 7,697 34 

Mont Laurier 5, 331 22 

Mont Louis 914 37 

Montmagny 8, 674 80 

Montmagny Station 3,944 78 

Montmorency Village 2, 159 64 

Montpelier 240 61 

Montreal *3,850,898 94 

•Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 2, 187,879 21 

Postal Station A 161,747 29 

Postal Station B 260,677 80 

Postal Station C 30,636 33 

Postal Station D 12,201 82 

Postal Station E 34,508 27 

Postal Station F 24,807 32 

Postal Station G 26,306 14 

Postal Station H 120,352 49 

Postal Station M 7, 154 24 

Postal Station N 55,478 01 

Postal Station 5.089 01 

Postal Station R 16,594 17 

Postal Station S 8, 124 76 

De Lorimier Postal Station 28,577 42 

Hochelaga Postal Station 7,808 13 

Lachine Postal Station 7,846 41 

Notre Dame de Grdce Postal 

Station 16,461 20 

Outremont Postal Station 19, 672 25 

St. Henri Postal Station 34, 359 40 

St. Lambert— Chambly Postal 

Station 15, 133 25 

Verdun Postal Station 17, 567 40 

Westmount Postal Station 30, 229 15 

Sub-Office No. 15 4,023 20 

Sub-Office No. 16 6,122 04 

Sub-Office No. 17 5,756 20 

Sub-Office No. 18 6,068 98 

Sub-Office No. 19 10,340 09 

Sub-Office No. 20 7,076 09 

Sub-Office No. 21 17,317 40 

Sub-Office No. 22 4. 360 97 

Sub-Office No. 23 8,012 61 

Sub-Office No. 24 7,240 80 

Sub-Office No. 25 76 00 

Sub-Office No. 26 3,349 74 

Sub-Office No. 27 14,661 93 

Sub-Office No. 28 1,549 07 

Sub-Office No. 29 3,622 54 

Sub-Office No. 30 2,265 98 

Sub-Office No. 31 6,018 69 

Sub-Office No. 32 902 33 

Sub-Office No. 33 2,724 59 

Sub-Office No. 35 10, 163 94 

Sub-Office No. 36 1,389 29 

Sub-Office No. 37 4,869 69 

Sub-Office No. 38 9, 169 05 

Sub-Office No. 39 58,282 58 

Sub-Office No. 40 1,555 65 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— Continued 



Name of Ofl&ce Revenue 

$ cts. 
Montreal — Con. 

Sub-Office No. 41 6,366 05 

Sub-Office No. 42 5,721 88 

Sub-Office No. 43 5,884 10 

Sub-Office No. 44 4,037 33 

Sub-Office No. 46 2,508 59 

Sub-Office No. 48 6,213 48 

Sub-Office No. 49 603 45 

Sub-Office No. 50 5,789 42 

Sub-Office No. 51 10,299 28 

Sub-Office No. 53 2,123 53 

Sub-Office No. 54 165 70 

Sub-Office No. 55 372 02 

Sub-Office No. 56 778 94 

Sub-Office No. 58 9,802 50 

Sub-Office No. 65 5,792 34 

Sub-Office No. 66 8,536 50 

Sub-Office No. 68 3,862 00 

Sub-Office No. 69 856 81 

Sub-Office No. 72 7,830 75 

Sub-Office No. 73 6,369 45 

Sub-Office No. 75 7,656 30 

Sub-Office No. 77 17,803 91 

Sub-Office No. 85 1,745 94 

Sub-Office No. 86 2,840 62 

Sub-Office No. 93 6,760 32 

Sub-Office No. 95 55,173 25 

Sub-Office No. 101 1,889 65 

Sub-Office No. 104 2,969 31 

Sub-Office No. 105 15,067 48 

Sub-Office No. 106 7,378 67 

Sub-Office No. 107 3,247 07 

Sub-Office No. 108 3,435 13 

Sub-Office No. 109 905 05 

Sub-Office No. 110 358 32 

Sub-Office No. Ill 5,045 98 

Sub-Office No. 112 2,863 97 

Sub-Office No. 113 600 50 

Sub-Office No. 114 2,708 78 

Sub-Office No. 115 517 66 

Sub-Office No. 116 9,555 97 

Sub-Office No. 117 5,944 40 

Sub-Office No. 118 • 3, 651 81 

Sub-Office No. 119 2,520 47 

Sub-Office No. 120 154 67 

Sub-Office No. 121 2,615 01 

Sub-Office No. 122 1,145 98 

Sub-Office No. 123 4,902 48 

Sub-Office No. 124 14,201 73 

Sub-Office No. 125 5,409 39 

Sub-Office No. 126 4,648 60 

Ahuntsic 913 30 

Beaudoin Street 5,010 12 

Bordeaux 563 07 

Bout de I'Isle 30 00 

Cartierville 1,757 75 

Cote des Neiges 233 41 

Cote St. Louis 2,783 68 

Cote St. Michel 241 97 

Cote Visitation 1 , 190 00 

Dominion 1,658 26 

Dorval 126 80 

Greenfield Park 467 07 

Lachine Locks 5, 014 69 

Lakeside 25 25 

Leduc 27,036 00 

Longue Pointe 1,533 32 

Longueuil 4,279 15 

Montreal Nord 796 46 

Montreal South. . . 532 50 

Montreal West 4,921 29 

Mont Royal 165 CO 

Notre- Dame des Victoires 696 96 

Ontario Street Centre 4, 650 00 



Name of Office Revenue 

% cts. 
Montreal — Con. 

Ontario Street East 5,905 28 

Park Avenue 9, 202 80 

Park Avenue Extension 5, 677 30 

Pointe aux Trembles 2,049 92 

Pointe Claire 1,989 57 

St. Catherine Street West 8 , 781 38 

Ste. Cunegonde 12,047 04 

St. Denis Street 15, 561 22 

St. Jean Baptiste de Montreal 11,884 97 

St. Jean de la Croix 6,847 53 

St. Josaphat \ 109 50 

St. Lawrence Street Centre 15, 226 03 

St. Louis Square 5,023 07 

St. Paul 5,424 55 

Sault au RecoUet 20,759 27 

Tetreaultville 644 05 

Valois 502 25 

Victoria Avenue 19,097 58 

Villeneuve 4.4.57 27 

ViUeray 2,392 26 

Ville St. Pierre 12,820 23 

Youville 6,106 36 

Mont Rolland 914 76 

Mont St. Gr6goire 372 28 

Mont St. Michel 136 59 

Monument 2,204 40 

Morin Heights 1, 168 88 

Namur 411 20 

Napierville 1,622 31 

Nedelec 414 09 

Neubois 406 85 

Neuville 951 28 

New Carlisle 4,271 23 

New Glasgow 1,114 20 

New Liverpool 189 18 

Newport Centre 463 45 

Newport Point 387 18 

New Richmond 1.271 79 

New Richmond Station 1,625 07 

Nicolet 6,408 05 

Nominingue 1,624 72 

Normandin 1 > ^^9 69 

North Coaticook 530 49 

North Hatley 3,771 94 

North Nation Mills 224 18 

North Stanbridge 349 30 

North Stukely 453 68 

North Timiskaming 1,271 22 

North Wakefield 471 31 

Notre-Dame de Ham 395 43 

Notre-Dame de la Merci 1 15 50 

Notre-Dame de la Paix 358 92 

Notre-Dame de la Salette 460 99 

Notre-Dame de L6vis 6,650 90 

Notre-Dame de Pierreville 487 26 

Notre-Dame de Rimouski 357 00 

Notre-Dame des Bois 584 39 

Notre-Dame de Stanbridge 490 12 

Notre-Dame du Lac 1.437 34 

Notre-Dame du Lac Station 448 51 

Notre-Dame du Laus 477 68 

Notre-Dame du Pont Main 192 16 

Notre-Dame du Portage 470 99 

Notre-Dame du Rosaire 563 37 

Nouvelle 499 91 

Noyan 379 58 

Oak Bay Mills 233 55 

Oka 875 14 

Ormstown 3,850 46 

Ormstown Station 796 06 

Oskelaneo 525 03 

Otter Lake 668 16 

Padoue 697 68 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Ofl&ces — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— Con^mwed 



39 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Panet 346 12 

Papineauville 2,411 58 

Paquette 410 42 

Paquin 78 69 

Parent 1,682 23 

Parisville 481 83 

Parkhurst 258 32 

Paspfebiac 2,901 27 

Pasp6biac West 525 49 

Peninsula Gasp6 307 75 

Pentecost River 319 89 

Perc6 1,472 32 

Peribonca 547 25 

Perkins 456 93 

Petite Matane 201 65 

Phillipsburg 1, 151 13 

Pierreville 3,451 20 

Pike River 300 98 

Pintendre 203 10 

Piopolis 317 76 

Plaisance 582 65 

Plessisville 6,136 27 

Plessisville Station 2, 192 44 

Pointe an ChSne 394 95 

Pointe au Pic 4,458 S9 

Pointe Basse 133 50 

Pointe du Lac 502 15 

Pointe Fortune 831 59 

Pointe Gatineau 1, 121 18 

Point St. Peter 183 09 

Poltimore 451 49 

Pontbriand 347 99 

Pont de Maskinongd 1,242 13 

Pont Etchemin 1 , 707 22 

Pont Rouge 2,826 25 

Pont St. Maurice 1,726 70 

Portage du Fort 691 88 

Port Alfred 2,710 42 

Port Daniel Centre 849 11 

Port Daniel East 751 57 

Port Menier 319 23 

Portneuf 2, 138 82 

Portneuf Station • 1,051 48 

Price 2,156 90 

Princeville 2, 199 84 

Privat 2, 146 08 

Proulxville 701 76 

Quai de Rimouski 858 11 

Quai des Eboulements 474 45 

Quatre Chemins 202 45 

Quebec *580,040 43 

* Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 306,556 28 

Postal Station B 86,891 23 

Faubourg St. Jean Baptiste Postal 

Station 26,423 68 

St. Roch de Quebec Postal Station 67, 972 59 
St. Sauveur de Qu6bec Postal 

Station 15,096 71 

Sub-Office No. 1 5,738 41 

Sub-Office No. 2 6,272 01 

Sub-Office No. 3 953 77 

Sub-Office No. 4 6,300 47 

Sub-Office No. 5 890 00 

Sub-Office No. 6 581 18 

Candiac 12,003 01 

Lairet 3,630 56 

Palais 11,612 60 

Rue St. Joseph 25, 116 00 

Sans Bruit 3,710 09 

Stadacona 291 84 

Quyon 2, 169 49 

Racine 510 93 

Rapide de L'Orignal 627 35 



Name of Office 



Revenue 



% cts. 

Rapides des Joachims 222 47 

Rawdon 2, 604 83 

Repentigny 185 23 

Restigouche 876 75 

Richardville 369 65 

Richmond 9,845 75 

Rigaud 3,504 57 

Rimouski 13,804 86 

Ripon 660 96 

River Beaudette 665 40 

Riverbend 535 11 

River D6sert 2,487 85 

Riverfield 236 57 

River Joseph 283 81 

Riviere au Dor6 419 97 

Riviere au Renard 894 99 

Rivifere h Pierre 1,052 72 

Rivi^reBleue 1,691 64 

Rivifere Bois Clair 962 26 

Riviere Caplan 437 32 

Riviere du Loup Centre 3, 546 16 

Rivifere du Loup (en bas) 7,925 91 

Riviere du Loup Station 8, 588 39 

Riviere du Moulin 1,237 98 

Riviere Quelle 563 50 

Rivifere Trois Pistoles 685 89 

Rivington 213 76 

Robertsonville 1, 125 01 

Roberval 9, 127 03 

Robitaille 275 69 

Rock Forest 341 73 

Rock Island 8, 117 21 

Rouyn Lake 2, 126 71 

Roxton Falls 2,015 95 

Roxton Pond 1,392 03 

Rupert 264 92 

St. Adalbert 269 80 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos 510 61 

Ste. Adfele 832 65 

Ste. Adfele (en bas) 458 85 

St. Adelphe de Champlain 921 69 

St. Adolphe de Dudswell 419 80 

St. Adolphe de Howard 438 58 

St. Adrien 546 97 

St. Agapit 677 37 

Ste. Agathe de Lotbini6re 1 , 074 78 

Ste. Agathe des Monts 9,012 54 

Ste. Agnes de Dundee 472 03 

St. Aim6 1,102 80 

St. Alban 1,118 54 

St. Albert 292 22 

St. Alexandre d'Iberville 764 07 

St. Alexandre de Kamouraska 1 , 322 58 

St. Alexis de Matapedia 732 79 

St. Alexis de Montcalm 1,666 66 

St. Alexis de Monts 1,216 12 

St. Alphonse 464 78 

St. Alphonse de Caplan 345 97 

St. Am6d6e de Peribonca 170 64 

St. Anaclet 840 23 

Ste. Anastasie 598 01 

St. Andr6 Avellin 1.687 67 

Ste. Andre de Kamouraska 1,482 20 

St. Andre de Restigouche 240 22 

St. Andr6 du Lac St. Jean 298 75 

St. Andrews East 1,736 13 

Ste. Angfele de Laval 637 47 

Ste. AngMe de Mannoir 409 11 

Ste. Angfele de Rimouski 703 58 

St. Anicet 610 06 

Ste. Anne de Beaupr6 8,604 26 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue 5,249 06 

Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi 858 33 

Ste. Anne de la Parade 2,873 04 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QlUEB'EC— Continued 



Name of Office Re^ 

$ 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatifere 5 

Ste. Anne des Monts 1 

Ste. Anne des Plaines 

Ste. Anne du Lac 

St. Anselme 1 

St. Anselme Station 

St. Antoine Abb6. 

St. Antoine Lotbinifere 

St. Antoine River Richelieu 1 

St. Apollinaire 

Ste. Apolline de Patton 

St. Armand Station 1 

St. Ars^ne 

St. Aubert 

St. Augustin de Qu6bec 

St. Augustin (Two Mountains) 

Ste. Aur61ie 

St. Barnab6 Nord 

St. Barnabe Sud 

St. Barth616mi 1 

St. Bazile de Portneuf 2 

St. Bazil le Grand 

Ste. B6atrix 

St. Benjamin 

St. Benoit 

St. Benoit Labre 

St. Benoit de Matapfedia 

St. Bernard de Dorchester 

St. Blaise 

Ste. Blardine 

St. Bonaventure 

St. Boniface de Shawinigan 

Ste. Brigide d'Iberville 

Ste. Brigitte des Saults 

St. Bruno 

St. Bruno Lac St. Jean 1 , 

St. Calixte de Kilkenny 

St. Camille 

St. Camille de Bellechasse 1, 

St. Canut 

St. Casimir 3 

Ste. Catherine 

Ste. Cecile de L6vrard 

Ste. C6cile de Masham 

Ste. Cecile de Milton 

Ste. C6cile de Whitton 

Ste. Cecile Station 

St. C61estin 

St. Cesaire 2, 

St. Charles de Bellechasse 1 , 

St. Charles de Caplan 1 , 

St. Charles Rivifere Richelieu 

Ste. Christine 

St. Chrysost6me 1 , 

Ste. Claire 1, 

St. Claude 

St. element 

St. Clet 1 

Ste. Clothilde 

Ste. Clothilde de Chateauguay 

St. Come 

St. Constant 

Ste. Croix 1, 

St. Cuthbert 1, 

St. Cyprien 

St. Cyrille de L'Islet 

St. Cyrille de Wendover 1, 

St. Damase St. Hyacinthe 

St. Damase de Matane 

St. Damase des Aulnaies 

St. Damien de Brandon 

St. Damien de Buckland 

St. David de L6vis 

St. David d' Yamaska 



venue 
cts. 


,701 84 


,685 88 


641 22 


428 01 


,395 54 


957 89 


452 93 


548 48 


,109 64 


780 70 


474 63 


,280 81 


625 01 


900 79 


601 32 


537 90 


2o6 57 


844 39 


261 33 


,463 16 


,115 09 


420 77 


249 83 


351 48 


731 27 


670 87 


265 93 


808 22 


221 70 


382 66 


462 69 


814 48 


962 50 


607 04 


538 08 


,082 76 


381 99 


819 37 


,658 25 


272 63 


,598 71 


650 48 


441 97 


414 14 


298 17 


344 56 


133 61 


931 27 


,488 67 


,816 66 


,030 64 


407 94 


306 91 


,868 56 


,657 35 


161 96 


513 52 


,137 81 


697 36 


247 72 


246 56 


701 32 


,755 62 


,527 74 


383 27 


811 96 


,390 89 


433 50 


359 05 


215 65 


489 34 


876 16 


413 10 


559 22 



Name of Office Revenue 
% cts. 

St. Denis de la Bouteillerie 602 29 

St. Denis Riviere Richelieu 1 , 371 93 

St. Desir6 du lac Noir 416 65 

St. Didace 336 99 

St. Dominique de Bagot 556 02 

St. Donat 835 17 

St. Donat de Montcalm 609 44 

St. Edouard de Napierville 324 96 

St. Edwidge 421 37 

St. Eleuth^re 834 84 

St. Elie 477 17 

Ste. Elizabeth 987 36 

St. Eloi 713 27 

St. Elphfege 215 65 

St. Elzear de Beauce 500 20 

St. Elzear de Laval 105 78 

St. Emelie de I'Energie 774 25 

Ste. Em61ie de Lotbiniere 341 90 

St. Emile de Suffolk 325 32 

St. Ephrem de Tring 1,587 89 

St. Esprit 679 33 

St. Etienne de Beauhamois 309 35 

St. Etienne de Bolton 210 01 

St. Etienne de Grfes 459 24 

St. Eugfene de Grantham 834 73 

St. Eugene de Guigues 300 84 

Ste. Eulalie 556 14 

St. Eusfebe 249 08 

St. Eustache (Two Mountains) 2,812 54 

St. Evariste de Forsyth 416 34 

St. Evariste Station 3, 164 28 

St. Fabien 1,614 69 

Ste. FamiUe 371 04 

St. Faustin 325 72 

St. Faustin Station 1,074 98 

St.F61icien 4,190 03 

Ste. Fel6cit6 555 89 

St. F61ixde Kingsey 780 84 

St. Felix de Valois 1,848 84 

St. Ferdinand 1,500 51 

St. Flavien 1,110 55 

Ste. Flore 500 22 

Ste. Florence 820 74 

St. Fortunat 366 30 

St. Foy 1,000 38 

St. Francois de Sales Station 226 28 

St. Francois du Lac 1, 175 92 

St. Francois Montmagny 728 43 

St. Francois Xavier de Brompton 729 19 

St. Frederic 530 22 

St. Gabriel de Brandon 2, 985 88 

St. Gabriel de Rimouski 397 29 

St. Gabriel Est 310 76 

St. Ged6on 641 58 

St. Gedfeon de Beauce 599 50 

St. Ged6on Station 357 70 

Ste. Genevifeve de Batiscan 1 , 882 78 

Ste. Genevieve de Pierrefonds 995 64 

St. George Beauce 1,397 59 

St. George de Windsor 596 84 

St. Georges Est 6,958 09 

St. Gerard 938 31 

St. Gerard d'Yamaska 246 35 

St. Germain de Grantham 1,360 13 

St. Germain de Kamouraska 325 39 

Ste. Germaine Station 481 14 

Ste. Gertrude 744 16 

St. Gervais 1,240 79 

St. Giles 406 71 

St. Godfroy 605 56 

St. Gregoire 1,218 41 

St. Guillaume d' Upton 1,800 50 

St. Guillaume Station 411 14 

Ste. Hel^ne de Bagot 474 52 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— Continued 



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Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Ste. Hel^ne de Chester 141 23 

Ste. H616ne de Kamouraska 932 06 

St. H6nMine 1,366 86 

St. Henri de L6vis 1,436 29 

St. Hermas 1, 238 98 

St. Hermenegilde 339 40 

St. Hilaire Station 776 31 

St. Hilaire Village 682 53 

St. Hilarion 242 89 

St. Hippolyte de Kilkenny 276 73 

St. Honore 735 05 

St. Hubert 733 31 

St. Hugues 1,041 07 

St. Hyacinthe 32,844 23 

St. Ignace du Lac 287 35 

St. Ir6nee 456 32 

St. Isidore d'Auckland 439 75 

St. Isidore Dorchester 844 91 

St. Isidore Laprairie 533 06 

St. Jacques 2,689 42 

St. Jacques le Mineur 266 17 

St. Janvier 548 49 

St. Jean 21,602 57 

St. Jean-Baptiste de Rouville 801 57 

St. Jean Chrysostome de Lfevis 576 70 

St. Jean de Dieu 853 53 

St. Jean de Hatha 774 14 

St. Jean des Piles 724 85 

St. Jean d'Orleans 393 33 

St. Jean I'Evangeliste 614 37 

St. Jean Port Joli 1,967 77 

St. Jean Station 1,692 05 

St. Jean sur Lac 114 27 

St. J6r6me 10,279 38 

St. Joachim de Montmorency 468 85 

St. Joachim de Shefford 255 61 

St. Joseph d'Alma 10,345 44 

St. Joseph de Beauce 5, 333 59 

St. Joseph de Lepage 164 34 

St. Joseph de L6vis 535 24 

St. Joseph de Sorel 566 06 

St. Joseph du Lac 256 45 

St. Jovite 3, 528 84 

St. Jovite Station 1,023 66 

St. Jude 594 53 

Ste. JuUe de Verchferes 477 23 

Ste. Julienne 603 49 

Ste. Julie Station 361 19 

St. Just de Breteni^res 364 90 

St. Juste du Lac 251 39 

St. Justin, Maskinong6 730 57 

Ste. Justine de Newton 1, 196 46 

Ste. Justine Station 305 60 

St. Lambert de L^vis 550 21 

St. Laurent d'Orleans 458 22 

St. Lazare Village 424 59 

St. Leandre 190 94 

St. L6on, Maskinong6 864 11 

St. Leonard d'Aston 1,356 35 

St. L6onard de Portneuf 405 99 

St. L6on le Grand 810 70 

St. Liboire 828 59 

St. Liguori 287 85 

St. Lin 1,925 89 

St. Louis de Courville 758 80 

St. Louis de Gonzague 823 05 

St. Louis du Ha Ha 646 44 

Ste. Louise 706 08 

Ste. Luce 286 90 

Ste. Lucie de Beauregard 258 65 

Ste. Lucie de Doncaster 216 67 

St. Lucien 281 74 

St. Ludger 1,016 96 

St. Ludger, Riviere du Loup 1, 297 37 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Ste. Madeleine 2,922 24 

St. Magloire 582 23 

St.Malachie 1,034 92 

St. Malo 800 44 

St. Marc 412 14 

St. Marc des Carriferes 1,262 55 

St. Marcel de I'Islet 427 89 

St. Marcel de Richelieu 295 36 

St. Marguerite de Dorchester 604 36 

Ste. Maurice, Beauce 4,945 98 

Ste. Marie, Salom^e 304 58 

Ste. Marthe 446 98 

St.Martin, Laval 413 37 

Ste. Martine 957 91 

St. Mathias 699 48 

St. Mathieu Rimouski 469 39 

St. Mathieu de Laprairie 224 18 

St. Maurice 793 46 

Ste. Melanie 315 03 

St. Michel de Bellechasse 877 40 

St. Michel de Napierville 207 93 

St. Michel de Rougemont 700 19 

St. Michel des Saints 1,722 59 

St. Moise 365 89 

St. Motse Station 1,103 24 

Ste. Monique de Nicolet 699 22 

St. Monique des deux Montagnes 376 19 

St. Narcisse 1,730 68 

St. Nazaire 419 81 

St. Nicholas 281 13 

St. Nicholas Station 338 37 

St. Norbert Berthier 342 62 

St. Norbert d'Arthabaska 417 29 

St. Octave 835 70 

St. Odilon 447 38 

St. Omer 439 60 

St. Ours 1,387 36 

St. Pacome 1,944 90 

St. Pamphile 1,776 00 

St. Pascal 3,754 58 

St. Paul de Chester 510 00 

St. Paul du Buton 795 20 

St. Paulin 1,058 11 

St. Paul I'Ermite 337 76 

Ste. Perpetue 500 35 

Ste. Petronille 306 84 

St. Philemon 533 83 

St. Philippe d'ArgenteuU 634 64 

St. Philippe de Laprairie 669 86 

St. Philippe de Neri 1,029 28 

Ste. Philomene ; 301 45 

Ste. Philomene de Fortierville 925 71 

St.Pie 2,345 10 

St. Pierre Baptiste 342 22 

St. Pierre les Becquets 772 52 

St. Pierre Montmagny 607 63 

St. Placide 406 80 

St. Polycarpe 2,543 38 

St. Prime 763 76 

St. Prosper 796 15 

St. Prosper de Dorchester 1,072 19 

St. Raphael Bellechasse 1,233 42 

St. Raymond 3,381 39 

St. Remi 4, 126 19 

St. Remi d'Amherst 550 56 

St. Remi de Tingwick 395 90 

St. Robert 361 45 

St. Roch de Richelieu 653 83 

St. Roch des Aulnaies 538 20 

St. Roch I'Achigan 904 57 

St. Romain 288 13 

St. -Romuald d'Etchemin 1,829 46 

St. Rosaire 647 37 

Ste. Rosalie 842 47 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— Conhnucd 



Name of Office Revenue 

% cts. 

Ste. Rose 1,456 31 

Ste. Rose de Lima 412 84 

Ste. Rose de Watford 521 36 

Ste. Rose du D6gel6 2,699 41 

Ste. Sabine 161 16 

Ste. Sabine de Bellechasse 273 29 

Ste. Sabine Station 256 78 

St. Samuel de Gayhurst 510 30 

St. Sauveur des Montagnes 570 63 

St. Scholastique 2,375 62 

St. Sebastien 637 75 

St. Sebastien de Beauce 839 40 

St. Sim6on de Bonaventure 591 25 

St. Simeon. Charlevoix 478 23 

St. Simon de Rimouski 638 52 

St. Simon d'Yamaska 384 57 

St. Sixte 191 51 

Ste. Sophie de Lacorne 302 99 

Ste. Sophie de Levrard 1,046 19 

Ste. Sophie de Megantic 549 55 

St. Stanislas de Champlain 1,433 57 

St. Stanislas de Kostka 425 71 

St. Sylv^re 480 29 

St. Sylvestre 1,125 75 

St. T^lesphore 460 14 

St. Thfecle 1,456 02 

St. Thfecle Station 981 60 

St. Theodore 337 22 

St. Theodore d' Acton 489 27 

St. Th6ophile 364 67 

Ste. Ther^se de Blainville 5, 784 46 

St. Thomas de Joliette 402 88 

St. Timoth6e 637 ,33 

St. Tite 3,827 14 

St. Tite des Caps 499 05 

St. Ubalde 995 57 

St. Ulric 1,232 64 

St. Urbain de Charlevoix 562 22 

St. Urbain de Chateauguay 631 34 

Ste. Ursule 1,045 74 

St. Valentin 394 12 

St. Val6rien 367 91 

St. Val6rien de Rimouski 3.52 37 

St. Vallier 639 62 

St. Vallier Station 330 56 

Ste. V6ronique 227 36 

St. Vianney 343 32 

Ste. Victoire 372 82 

St. Victor de Tring 1,412 26 

St. Vincent de Paul 3,255 65 

St. Wenceslas 566 00 

St. Zacharie 3,358 78 

St. Z6non 421 78 

St. Z6pherin 713 06 

St. Zotique 225 47 

Sabrevois 352 12 

Sandy Beach Centre 340 41 

Sanatorium du Lac Edouard 928 04 

Sault au Mouton 391 90 

Sawyerville 2,405 61 

Sayabec 839 67 

Sayabec Station 3,322 06 

Scotstown 2,916 34 

Scott Junction 1,077 83 

Senneterre 1, 167 03 

Seven Islands 528 16 

Shawbridge 1,000 40 

Shawinigan Falls *22,520 99 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 20, 733 17 

Sub-Office No. 1 1,787 82 

Shawville 4, 174 28 

Sheenborough 467 45 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Sherbrooke '112, 132 75 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 66,593 04 

Sub-Office No. 1 10,708 56 

Sub-Office No. 2 9,433 04 

Sub-Office No. 3 4,0.57 03 

Sub-Office No. 4 20,442 41 

Sub-Office No. 5 898 67 

Sherrington 508 33 

Shigawake 324 17 

Sillery 608 00 

Sixteen Island Lake 851 98 

Sorel 11,924 51 

South Bolton 303 96 

South Durham 2,270 36 

South Quebec 332 42 

South Ro-cton 1, 188 50 

South Stukely 604 63 

Spring Hill 453 81 

Squatteck 320 91 

Stanbridge East 971 71 

Stanbridge Station 350 26 

Standon 591 25 

Stanstead 4, 109 30 

Stoke Centre 411 62 

Stornoway 410 09 

Stratford Centre 406 35 

Sully 519 36 

Sutton 5.806 98 

Sutton Junction 698 33 

Sweetsburg 1,439 64 

Tadoussac 1,377 11 

Taillon 437 86 

Terrebonne 5, 336 12 

Thetford Mines 14,628 41 

Thetford Mines West 1,737 15 

Thetford Sud 383 51 

Thurso 2,784 79 

Tikuape 623 94 

Timiskaming Station 7,359 17 

Tingwick 691 83 

Tomifobia 527 26 

TourviUe 1,099 12 

Trenholme 311 71 

Tring Junction 940 68 

Trois Pistoles 4,589 66 

Trois Rivi&res *69,646 15 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 56,255 00 

Sub-Office No. 1 8,756 09 

Sub-Office No. 2 4,635 06 

Ulverton 289 48 

Upper Bedford 1,706 98 

Upper Melbourne 511 64 

Upton 1,165 87 

Val Barrette 738 79 

Val Brillant 2,600 45 

Valcourt 1,508 87 

Val David 511 04 

Val des Bois 270 74 

Val .Talbert 483 58 

Valine Jonction 783 95 

Valleyfield 13,734 49 

Valmorin 758 04 

Val Quesnel 436 95 

Valracine 266 14 

Val T6treau 281 36 

Varennes 1,263 69 

Vaudreuil 1,379 88 

Vaudreuil Station 1,674 90 

Venosta 400 39 

Verchferes 1,363 45 

Victoriaville 16,343 59 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— ConcZuded 



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Name of Office 



Revenue 



S cts. 

Viger 757 69 

Village Blier 716 68 

Village des Aulnaies 472 91 

Village Richelieu 886 41 

Ville la Salle 2.813 34 

Ville Marie 2,844 82 

Villemontel 696 26 

Vimy Ridge Mine 123 57 

Wakefield 1,512 64 

Waltham Station 666 99 

Warden 1,691 84 

Warwick 3,488 65 

Waterloo 6, 356 72 

Waterville 1,649 17 

Way's Mills 342 35 

Weedon 1,646 30 

Weir 585 94 

West Brome 587 23 

West Broughton 476 87 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

West Sheflford 1,236 05 

Wickham West 1 ,833 04 

Windsor 3,636 32 

Windsor East 1,.543 10 

Woburn 406 09 

Wolfstown 263 68 

Wotton 1,248 82 

Wright 437 16 

Wyman 520 92 

Yamachiche 1,672 69 

Yamaska 547 79 

YamaskaEst 481 10 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 150, 181 03 

6,367.656 66 
Less — Value of Postage Stamps affixed 

to Postal Notes 9,449 55 



6,358,207 11 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA 



Advocate Harbour 908 52 

Afton 383 10 

Amherst *37, 140 96 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 35,905 28 

• Sub-Office No. 1 883 98 

Sub-Office No. 2 351 70 

Amirault Hill 206 70 

Annapolis Royal 7,214 94 

Antigonish 14,497 40 

Arcadia 492 68 

Arichat 1,757 07 

Athol 237 74 

Auburn 574 32 

Avonport Station 589 05 

Aylesford 3, 238 20 

Baddeck 2,872 62 

Bailey's Brook 245 95 

Barrington 1 , 888 80 

Barrington Passage 1 , 241 65 

Barss' Corners 864 66 

Barton 406 02 

Bass River 1 , 237 26 

Bear River. Digby 3.680 83 

Bedford 2,054 60 

Belleville 331 91 

Belliveau Cove 610 71 

Belmont 659 86 

Berwick 5, 191 47 

Bible Hill 1,055 46 

Big Bras d'Or 286 33 

Big Tracadie 280 91 

Bill Town 234 62 

Birch Grove 458 02 

Blandford 381 25 

Block House 402 32 

Boylston 759 69 

Bridgeport 642 15 

Bridgetown 7,729 62 

Bridgeville 230 56 

Bridgewater. .' 15, 245 50 

Brighton 257 12 

Brookfield, Colchester 1 . 051 33 

Brooklyn, Queens 539 88 

Caledonia, Queens 1,821 83 

Caledonia Mines 1 , 225 64 

Cambridge Station 526 59 

Canning 4, 147 47 

Canso , 4.832 40 



Cape North 318 36 

Cape St. Mary 102 48 

Carleton 632 57 

Centre Burlington 361 35 

Centreville, Kings 664 17 

Chester 4,068 39 

Chester Basin 965 53 

Cheticamp 1, 504 95 

Cheverie 485 51 

Chignecto 186 10 

Christmas Island 413 17 

Church Point 1,325 08 

Clarke's Harbour 1 , 775 63 

Clementsport 1.039 76 

Clementsvale 498 24 

Cleveland 295 84 

Clyde River 657 74 

Cold Brook Station 313 19 

Collingwood Corner 569 70 

Conquerall Banks 253 78 

Cross Roads, Country Harbour 405 28 

Curry's Corner 383 65 

Dartmouth 12,776 86 

Dayspring 373 59 

Debert Station 904 92 

Deep Brook 849 39 

Denmark 808 60 

D'Escousse '. 711 01 

Digby 9.253 17 

Diligent River 260 25 

Dominion No. 4 758 27 

Domirion No. 6 731 39 

Earltown 190 78 

East Apple River 205 62 

East Erinville 113 16 

East La Have 714 85 

East Port Medway 200 61 

East Pubnico 362 51 

East River St. Marys 172 82 

East Southampton 292 17 

Economy 497 00 

Eel Brook 305 54 

Elderbank 524 02 

EUershouse 645 01 

Elmsdale, Hants. 1.263 36 

Enfield 945 21 

English town 374 57 

Eureka 843 25 

Falmouth 654 32 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA— Continued 



Name of Office Revenues. 
$ ct63 

Five Islands 550 15 

Florence 998 59 

Forties Settlement 175 13 

Frankville 413 22 

Freeport 1,270 18 

Frizzleton 639 36 

Gabarouse 320 15 

Gaspereaux 1, 519 68 

Gay's River 281 11 

Glace Bay 15,891 32 

Glenholme 439 26 

Glenwood 166 50 

Goldboro 691 76 

Gold River 263 55 

Grand Etang 411 75 

Grand Narrows 259 85 

Grand Pre 907 76 

Grand River 451 79 

Granville Centre 375 69 

Granville Ferry 2, 166 39 

Great Village 1,637 95 

Greenfield 294 69 

Greenville Station 198 54 

Greenwich 884 00 

Guysborough 3, 124 22 

Halifax *433,892 07 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 299,627 05 

Sub-Office No. 2 10,235 17 

Sub-Office No. 3 2,660 00 

Sub-Office No. 4 17,313 76 

Sub-Office No. 5 6,195 78 

Sub-Office No. 6 76,365 05 

Sub-Office No. 6A 

Sub-Office No. 7 5,753 11 

Armdale 1,011 10 

NorthEnd 14,731 05 

Hampton 517 62 

Hantsport 3,219 26 

Harbourville 202 64 

Havre Boucher 535 21 

Hazel Hill 886 34 

Head of St. Margaret's Bay ; . . 252 37 

Heatherton 482 79 

Hebron 1,034 93 

Hemford 394 29 

Hopewell 1,214 72 

Hortonville 429 04 

Hubbards 1,261 63 

Imperoyal 868 99 

Ingonish 365 98 

Ingramport 385 73 

Iifverness •. 4,226 48 

lona 520 85 

Isaac's Harbour 522 80 

Joggin Mines 2, 212 43 

Jordan Falls 574 65 

Judique North 188 56 

Kempt 349 53 

Kemptville 610 43 

Kennetcook Corner 752 76 

Kentville 19,097 04 

Kingsport 573 42 

Kingston 2,339 87 

La Have 1,041 76 

Lantz Siding 211 32 

L'Ardoise 516 90 

Larry's River 302 42 

Lawrencetown 2,845 49 

Lequille 475 96 

Liscomb 460 88 

Little Bras d'Or 147 63 

Little Bras d'Or Bridge 541 35 

Little Brook 388 78 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Little River Digby 555 20 

Liverpool 8, 560 58 

Lochaber 243 59 

Lockeport 2,407 64 

Londonderry 1,074 23 

Louisburg 2,347 08 

Louisdale 376 72 

Lower Argyle 276 16 

Lower East Pubnico 269 92 

Lower I'Ardoise 345 92 

Lower Wood Harbour 785 56 

Lunenburg 12, 198 15 

Lydgate 233 36 

Lyons Brook 364 38 

McGray 123 63 

McKay's Corner 252 43 

Mabou 1,090 06 

Maccan 1,049 77 

Mahone Bay 4,024 38 

Main-a-Dieu 328 40 

Maitland Bridge 409 27 

Maitland, Hants 1,231 01 

Malagash 804 35 

Marble Mountain 239 19 

Margaree Forks 501 07 

Margaree Harbour 562 71 

Margaretsville 583 63 

Marie Joseph 444 07 

Marion Bridge 216 34 

Meadowville Station 469 25 

Melvern Square 537 27 

Merigomish 602 22 

Meteghan 834 91 

Meteghan River 842 45 

Meteghan Station 667 44 

Middle Musquodoboit 1,841 93 

Middle Stewiacke 327 87 

Middleton, Annapolis 7,510 93 

Middle West Pubnico 358 16 

Midville Branch 107 52 

Milford Station 964 92 

Millville, Kings 271 92 

Mill Village 668 86 

Milton 1,481 13 

Monastery 141 43 

Morden 184 64 

Moser's River 458 36 

Mosherville 220 65 

Mount Uniacke 317 34 

Mulgrave 3, 100 90 

Musquodoboit Harbour 1 , 630 04 

Nappan Station 670 07 

Necum Teuch 202 44 

Neil's Harbour 299 71 

New Aberdeen 2,349 13 

New Albany 235 51 

New Campbellton 164 43 

New Germany 1,760 71 

New Glasgow 34, 751 58 

New Harbour West 234 40 

Newport 1, 137 26 

Newport Landing 373 65 

New Ross 808 61 

New Waterford 5,879 08 

Nictaux Falls 414 66 

Noel 672 44 

North Brookfield 322 38 

North East Harbour 210 81 

North Lochaber 861 56 

Northport 353 19 

North Sydney 18,472 54 

Old Barns 576 46 

Old Bridgeport 2,069 36 

Oldham 420 88 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA— Concluded 



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Name of Office 

Orangedale 

Oxford 

Oxford Junction ,. 

Paradise 

Parrsboro 

Petite de Grat Bridge 

Petite Riviere Bridge 

Pictou 

Pictou Landing 

Plympton 

Point Tupper 

Pomquet 

Port Bickerton 

Port Clyde 

Port Dufferin 

Port George 

Port Greville 

Port Hastings 

Port Hawkesbury 

Port Hood 

Port Hood Island 

Port Howe 

Port la Tour 

Port Lome 

Port Maitland 

Port Med way 

Port Morien 

Port Mouton 

Port Williams 

Prospect 

Pubnico 

Pugwash 

Pugwash Junction 

Queensport 

Quinan 

Reserve Mines. 

River Bourgeois. 

River Dennis Station 

River Hubert 

River John 

Riverport 

Rockdale 

Rose Bay 

Roseway 

Round Hill 

St. Andrews 

Ste. Croix 

St. Peter's 

Sable River West 

Salmon River, Digby 

Sandy Cove 

Sandy Point 

Saulnierville 

Saulnierville Station 

Scotch Village 

Scotsburn 

Scotsville 

Seabright 

Shag Harbour 

Sheet Harbour 

Shelburne 

Sherbrooke 

Shinimecas Bridge 

Ship Harbour 

Shubenacadie 

Smith's Cove 

Somerset 

Sonora 

Southampton 

South Brookfield 

South Farmington 

South Gut of St. Ann's 

South Maitland 



Revenue 


$ cts. 


717 98 


6,222 26 


529 14 


991 10 


6,711 67 


376 34 


804 90 


13,177 72 


271 01 


338 08 


685 02 


244 32 


216 88 


467 97 


486 00 


328 66 


876 88 


1,013 15 


3,515 06 


1,959 70 


212 55 


415 57 


338 54 


357 03 


918 83 


592 04 


1,070 02 


704 48 


2,243 45 


217 36 


832 84 


3,478 00 


392 32 


496 33 


94 31 


1,169 27 


324 12 


377 78 


2,752 89 


2,740 72 


1,094 51 


229 22 


413 71 


211 14 


568 22 


415 51 


416 81 


2,483 74 


392 38 


459 43 


602 11 


383 65 


370 40 


186 04 


462 10 


1,341 11 


192 25 


233 05 


498 20 


2,068 86 


5,044 97 


2,011 74 


311 62 


405 48 


3,318 35 


848 85 


754 90 


1,084 26 


353 42 


454 91 


266 92 


159 71 


439 12 



Name of Office Revenue 

i cts. 

South Ohio 1,017 91 

Springfield 1, 139 42 

Springhill 11,345 70 

Springhill Junction 499 43 

Spry Bay 268 71 

Stellarton 8,982 87 

Stewiacke 2, 726 01 

Strathlome 143 22 

Summerville 343 52 

Sunnybrae 525 32 

Surette Island 193 02 

Sydney *65,203 02 

* Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 56,532 42 

Ashby 3,209 09 

Sydney Subway 3,855 62 

Whitney Pier 1,605 89 

Sydney Mines 9,265 12 

Tancook Island 333 57 

Tangier 505 39 

Tatamagouche 3, 566 53 

Thomson Station 540 51 

Thorburn 1,423 31 

Three Mile Plains 408 09 

Tidnish 175 90 

Tiverton 732 12 

Torbrook Mines 268 37 

Tracadie 422 02 

Trenton 3, 131 89 

Truro 55,049 33 

Tusket » 796 11 

Upper Kennetcook 375 37 

Upper Musquodoboit 984 08 

Upper Port Latour 236 76 

Upper Stewiacke 1,455 65 

Wallace 1,304 60 

Wallace Bridge 316 70 

Walton 837 83 

Waterville 1,919 57 

Waverley 253 83 

Wedgeport 465 43 

Wentworth Centre 142 97 

West Arichat 598 93 

West Bay 449 35 

West Branch River John 293 87 

Westchester Station 847 48 

West Dublin 495 44 

Western Shore 488 45 

West Gore 390 37 

West la Have 352 61 

Westport 1,051 54 

West Pubnico 41 1 01 

West River Station 475 37 

Westville 6,556 04 

Weymouth 2,953 36 

Weymouth North 655 10 

Whitehead 341 01 

Whycocomagh 1,117 93 

Williamsdale East 101 32 

Wilmot Station 745 75 

Windsor 17,700 07 

Windsor Forks 346 15 

WolfvUle 13, 126 67 

Yarmouth 25,962 25 

Yarmouth North 2, 380 64 

Yarmouth South 3, 129 03 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 135, 531 65 

1,323,391 31 
Less — Value of Postage Stamps affix- 
ed to Postal Notes 1,963 88 

1,321.427 43 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Adamsville 247 10 

Albert 1,126 95 

Alma 778 60 

Anagance 541 20 

Andover 937 00 

Apohaqui 1,233 20 

Aroostook Junction 992 96 

Arsenault Siding 104 92 

Atholville 667 84 

Back Bay 282 66 

Bale Verte 559 34 

Baker Brook 517 26 

Balmoral 378 32 

Barnaby River 738 10 

Bass River 322 48 

Bath 2,527 11 

Bathurst 12,384 02 

Bayfield 918 88 

Beaver Harbour 455 83 

Beechwood 118 30 

Belleisle Creek 922 45 

Benton 825 49 

Blackville 1, 632 48 

Blissfield 248 68 

Bloomfield Station 625 58 

Boiestown 1,597 10 

Brest 73 71 

Bristol 1,090 09 

Brown's Flats 442 81 

Buctouche 2,462 48 

Burnsville 413 00 

Burnt Church 377 76 

Burnt Land Brook 103 84 

Burtt's Corner 672 08 

Butternut Ridge 1,313 24 

Cambridge 421 67 

Campbellton 22,279 19 

Canaan Station 167 47 

Canterbury Station 1,671 67 

Cape Bald 387 25 

Cape Tormentine 564 69 

Caraquet 2,669 82 

Castalia 437 72 

Centreville 2,450 27 

Chamcook 351 46 

Charlo Station 629 76 

Chatham 13, 336 96 

Chipman 2,947 87 

Clair 734 42 

Clifton Kings 534 67 

Cocagne 305 65 

Cody's 1,011 13 

Coldstream 579 42 

Cole's Island 666 06 

College Bridge 675 03 

Collette 162 82 

Collina 425 98 

Corn Hill 164 52 

Cross Creek 901 95 

Cumberland Bay 579 10 

Cupid 434 45 

Dalhousie 5,063 01 

Debec 1,444 98 

Derby 174 38 

Doaktown 2, 124 79 

Dorchester 2,685 63 

Douglastown 892 51 

Dupey's Corner 144 28 

Durham Bridge 468 04 

Durham Centre 508 21 

East Bathurst 566 91 

East Florenceville 1,902 55 

East St. John 5,397 32 

Edgett's Landing 483 89 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Edmunston 12,473 49 

Eel River Crossing 770 85 

Elgin 1,302 01 

Elm Tree 469 02 

Enniskillen Station 329 44 

Fairhaven 161 88 

Fairville 7,085 43 

Five Fingers 478 67 

Florenceville 1,050 49 

Fredericton 69, 158 50 

Fredericton Junction 1, 105 50 

Gagetown 1,451 31 

Glassville 1,002 53 

Grand Anse 716 95 

Grand Falls 6,845 93 

Grand Harbour 747 53 

Great Shemogue 220 37 

Green Point 411 32 

Green River Station 613 51 

Hampstead 514 71 

Hampton 912 39 

Hampton Station 2,715 02 

Harcourt 843 47 

Hartland 5,826 97 

Harvey 449 37 

Harvey Station 1,320 93 

Hatfield Point 751 23 

Hawkshaw ; 707 07 

Hillsborough 2,413 22 

Hopewell Cape 427 54 

Hopewell Hill 306 14 

Hoyt Station 585 19 

Inkerman 579 84 

Jacquet River 1,382 57 

Jemseg 278 05 

Kedgwick 1,581 27 

Kent Junction 309 84 

Keswick Ridge 171 07 

Kilburn 327 39 

Kingston Royal 260 42 

Kouchibouguac 329 00 

Lake Baker 374 62 

Lakeville 826 79 

Lambertville 229 23 

Lameque 686 78 

Leonardville 231 85 

Lepreau 893 13 

Little Shemogue 484 65 

Loggieville 2,285 30 

Lord's Cove 475 58 

Lower Caraquet 385 83 

Lower Hainesville 541 62 

Lower Southampton 1 , 212 17 

Ludlow 417 66 

McAdam Junction 4, 242 69 

Marysville 2,334 62 

Maugerville 546 04 

Melrose 409 30 

Memramcook 809 24 

Middle Sackville 801 41 

Midgic Station 317 03 

Millerton 852 76 

Milltown 3,066 11 

Millville 1,221 22 

Minto 2,323 81 

Moncton *484,330 62 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 71,140 96 

Sub-Office No. 1 404,663 5a 

Sub-Office No. 2 2,859 54 

Sub-Office No. 3 551 00 

Sub-Office No. 4 335 00 

Sub-Office No. 5 782 67 

Sub-Office No. 6 1,356 31 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK— ConcZuded 



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Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 
Moncton — Con. 

Sub-Office No. 7 2,641 64 

Moore's Mills 821 68 

Morehouse 53 28 

Mount Carmel 165 83 

Mount Pleasant 189 42 

Mouth of Keswick 650 69 

Napudogan 327 80 

Narrows 245 10 

Nash Creek 504 49 

Nashwaak Bridge 901 15 

Nashwaaksis 598 95 

Nauwigewauk 563 22 

Neguac 431 64 

Newcastle 12,393 63 

Newcastle Creek 228 43 

New Mills 594 19 

North Devon 2,444 92 

North Head 1,662 05 

Norton 2,612 89 

Oak Point 248 18 

Oromocto 1,259 06 

Paquetville 508 17 

Penfield 150 72 

Penfield Ridge 357 07 

Penobsquis 541 16 

Perth 4,775 39 

Petitcodiac 2,999 10 

Petit Rocher 853 34 

Pinder 938 77 

Plaster Rock 2,819 75 

Pointe de Bute 569 01 

Port Elgin 3,040 45 

Prime 182 23 

Prince William 482 16 

Prince William Station 425 04 

Quarryville 295 55 

Queenstown 210 63 

Red Bank 683 91 

Renous 646 82 

Rexton 2, 197 89 

Richibucto 2, 634 72 

Riley Brook 297 96 

Ripples 636 87 

Riverbank 18 57 

River Charlo 497 56 

River de Chute 255 31 

River Side 798 91 

Rogersville 1,783 62 

Rolling Dam Station 1,564 66 

Rothesay 2,340 35 

Rusagornis Station 300 53 

St. Andrew's 6,269 24 

Ste. Anne de Madawaska 500 42 

Ste. Anne de Bocage 161 42 

St. Anthony 387 87 

St. Bazil 712 07 

St. Charles 166 89 

St. Francois de Madawaska 492 12 

St. George 4,032 58 

St. Isidore 222 09 

St. Jacques 440 69 

St. John ♦277, 140 49 

♦Divided as follwa: — 

Head Office 198,746 25 

Sub-Office No.l 4,582 16 

Sub-Office No.2 10,483 81 

Sub-Office No. 3 9,914 06 

Sub-Office No. 4 2,519 70 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 
St. John — Con. 

Sub-Office No. 5 2,820 13 

Haymarket Square 4, 179 60 

Indiantown 4, 399 42 

Marsh Bridge 1,773 95 

Milledgeville 1,843 25 

St. John North 13, 192 64 

St. John West 11,064 58 

Sand Point Road 34 00 

Union Street 11,586 94 

St. Joseph Westmoreland 1 , 622 83 

St. Leolin 197 90 

St. Leonard 2,473 06 

St. Louis de Kent 585 07 

St. Martin's 1,304 98 

St. Paul's 315 66 

St. Quentin 2,034 19 

St. Stephen 20, 152 05 

Sackville 16,604 21 

Salisbury 1,538 36 

Salmonhurst 537 19 

Seal Cove .• 844 46 

Shediac 5,062 88 

Sheffield 184 02 

Shippigan 1,091 18 

Shives Athol 426 89 

Siegas 294 57 

South Branch of St. Nicholas River. . 214 86 

South Devon 2, 350 79 

South Nelson 1,046 02 

Springfield Royal 331 20 

Stanley 1,974 23 

Stickney 279 49 

Stonehaven 308 97 

Sunnybrae 1,106 63 

Sussex 14,542 48 

Sussex Corner 1,016 53 

Tabucintac 647 27 

Taymouth 564 74 

Tilley Road 236 96 

Tracadie 2,014 21 

Tracey 60^4 84 

Upham 375 02 

Upper Blackville 418 04 

Upper Gagetown 289 96 

Upper Kent 442 17 

Upper Pockmouche. ., 335 82 

Upper Sackville 1,071 60 

Upper Woodstock 408 84 

Verret 86 42 

Victoria 977 19 

Waterside 75 78 

Welchpool 756 23 

Welsford 966 79 

West Bathurst 3,405 92 

Westfield 353 19 

Whitehead 391 47 

Wilson's Beach 553 71 

Windsor 126 48 

Wirral 294 58 

Woodstock 19,976 27 

Young's Cove Road 659 85 

Zealand Station 338 84 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 85, 009 67 

1,306,719 11 
Less — Value of Postage Stamps affixed 

to Postal Notes 1,939 14 



1,304.779 97 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 



Name of Ofl&ce Revenue 
$ cts. 

Albany 1,532 85 

Alberton 3,335 97 

Annandale Lot 56 301 85 

Armadale 378 26 

Beaton's Mills 373 81 

Bedeque 589 84 

Bedford Station 266 08 

Belfast 597 15 

Bloomfield Station 775 26 

Bbnshaw 501 93 

Breadalbane 1,043 40 

Bristol 255 93 

Cape Traverse 478 18 

Cardigan 1,464 08 

Carleton Siding 389 93 

Central Bedeque 432 75 

Charlottetown 61,682 99 

Clyde River 729 59 

Coleman 695 84 

Conway Station 418 80 

Crapaud 510 35 

Dundas Centre 441 01 

East Baltic 407 78 

Ellerslie 640 51 

Elmira ' 570 33 

Elmsdale 658 75 

Emerald 674 88 

Fredericton Station 453 30 

Freetown 621 73 

French River 502 32 

Georgetown 1,387 54 

Hopefield 312 30 

Howlan 467 92 

Hunter's River 2, 198 06 

Kensington 3, 135 90 

Kinkora 669 46 

Kinross 462 21 



Name of Office 



Revenue 



$ cts. 

Miscouche 734 81 

Montague.... 5,249 76 

Morell 1,009 14 

Mount Stewart 1,527 22 

Murray Harbour 1,108 52 

Murray River 1,028 00 

New Glasgow 235 62 

New London 513 92 

New Wiltshire 874 48 

Northam 453 71 

O'Leary Station 2,851 71 

Peake Station 638 65 

Piusville 969 95 

Portage, Prince 353 71 

Port Borden 734 59 

Pownall 330 51 

Princetown 820 71 

Richmond 720 13 

St. Louis 753 11 

St. Mary's Road 747 87 

St. Peter's Bay 1,498 04 

Souris East 4, 123 73 

Stanley Bridge 290 16 

Summerside 19, 513 66 

Tignish 3,094 37 

Tyne Valley 890 04 

Vernon Bridge 573 00 

Victoria 784 69 

Wellington Station 1,229 87 

Wood Islands North 271 31 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 9, 091 00 

153,374 83 
Less — Value of Postage Stamps affixed 

to Postal Notes 227 60 



153,147 23 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA 



Alexander 1,543 08 

Alonsa 1,002 71 

Altamont r 1, 163 43 

Altona 2,842 03 

Amaranth 549 39 

Angusville 1,464 38 

Arborg 1,955 82 

Arden 1,787 46 

Argyle 317 62 

Arnaud. 847 51 

Arrow River 491 06 

Ashern 1,470 52 

Ashville 367 32 

Austin 1.747 56 

Bagot 613 38 

Baldur 2,224 27 

Balmoral 788 74 

Bannerman 402 57 

Barrows 638 98 

Basswood 1,536 01 

Beaconia 409 48 

Beaman 97 08 

Beausejour 2, 822 68 

Beaver 287 59 

Belmont 2,733 07 

Benito 2,373 73 

Beresford 486 08 

Bethany 470 87 

Beulah 648 97 

Bield 310 78 



Binscarth 2,481 45 

Birch River 734 10 

Bird's Hill 595 25 

Birnie 780 07 

Birtle 3, 770 57 

Boissevain 5,265 11 

Bowsman River 2,975 20 

Bradwardine 691 82 

Brandon 111,695 40 

Broad Valley 408 63 

Brookdale 980 09 

Broomhill 264 15 

Brunkild 772 75 

Bruxelles 476 78 

Bunclody 235 27 

Butler Station 277 53 

Cameron 137 58 

Camper 424 22 

Carberry 4,410 27 

Cardale 755 85 

Cardinal 326 21 

Carman 8,629 39 

Carnegie 187 85 

Carroll 833 87 

Cartwright 2,445 95 

Chatfield 444 28 

Clandeboye 640 13 

Clan William 1,247 15 

Clear Water 997 32 

Cordova 309 43 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

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49 



Name of Office Revenue 

S cts. 

Coulter 310 66 

Cracknell 123 71 

Crandall 1,346 05 

Cromer 619 72 

Crystal City 2,677 94 

Cypress River 1,825 61 

Dand 491 75 

Darlingford 2,084 39 

Dauphin 21,518 81 

Decker 681 95 

Deepdale 679 05 

Deer Horn 332 68 

Deleau 570 46 

Deloraine 5, 191 07 

Desford 405 79 

Dominion City 1,643 19 

Douglas Station 659 49 

Dropmore 496 68 

Dunrea 1,104 96 

Durban 1,405 99 

East Selkirk 657 88 

Ebor 412 73 

Eden 1,170 44 

Edrans 612 15 

Elgin 2, 146 14 

Elie 810 09 

Elkhorn 3,472 89 

Elm Creek 2,410 09 

Elphinstone 1,316 19 

Elva 707 64 

Emerson 4,417 94 

Erickson 1,400 79 

Ericksdale 1,758 18 

Erinview 219 79 

Ethelbert 1,699 06 

Ewart 283 80 

Fairfax 384 58 

Fairford 406 26 

Fannystelle 1,203 55 

Firdale 234 38 

Fisher Branch 1,234 26 

Fork River 1,084 86 

Forrest Station 399 51 

Fort Whyte 404 40 

Foxwarren 2,242 69 

Franklin 1,234 93 

Gardenton 522 49 

Garland 44o 22 

Garson Quarry 353 37 

Gilbert Plains 5,237 46 

Gimli 1,846 36 

Giroux 631 83 

Gladstone 4,237 53 

Glenboro 3,033 01 

Glenella 1,681 69 

Glencairn 300 90 

Glenora 486 84 

Goodlands 846 40 

Grande Clairifere 329 36 

Grand View 4,856 86 

Graysville 874 41 

Great Falls 593 54 

Green Ridge 320 65 

Greenway • 927 58 

Gregg 293 76 

Gretna 2, 166 31 

Griswold 1,511 97 

Gunton 494 26 

Hamiota 3,797 60 

Harcus 229 44 

Harding 565 47 

Hargrave 319 33 

Harrowby 356 04 

Harte Station 220 16 

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Name of Ofl&ce 



Revenue 



$ cts. 

Hartney 4,322 51 

Haskett 432 98 

Hayfield 329 15 

Haywood 657 09 

Headingly 1,168 62 

Helston 340 31 

Herb Lake 468 42 

High Bluflf 996 12 

Hilton •. . . 378 25 

Hodgson 798 13 

Holland 3,815 16 

Homewood 479 62 

Holmfield 1,013 67 

Hulton 1,689 58 

Ingelow 223 17 

Inglis .■ 1,326 94 

Inwood 1,241 24 

Isabella 543 10 

Janow 866 93 

Justice 396 16 

Kaleida 331 10 

Katrime 309 20 

Kawende 1,675 96 

Kelloe 694 73 

Kelwood 1,763 19 

Kemnay ■ 280 95 

Kenton • 1,374 45 

Kenville 926 50 

Keyes 460 22 

Killamey 5,640 81 

Kirkella 465 60 

Kirkfield Park 448 20 

Komamo 415 25 

La Broquerie 632 03 

Lac du Bonnet 1,750 52 

Langruth 1,347 29 

Larivi^re 1,434 21 

La Salle 531 79 

Lauder 1,336 15 

Laurier 1,047 39 

Lavenham 444 56 

Lena 353 98 

Lenore 1, 145 84 

Letellier 1,353 97 

Loretto 474 42 

Lowe Farm 884 07 

Lundar 1,744 59 

Lyleton 1,360 55 

McAuley 1,387 95 

McConnell 579 51 

McCreary 2,271 36 

MacDonald 673 90 

MacGregor 3,132 17 

Magnet 326 63 

Makaroff 585 85 

Makinak 1,126 00 

Manitou 4,550 16 

Manson 644 73 

Mariapolis 1,094 00 

Marquette 641 51 

Mather 1,070 64 

Mayfield Station 242 22 

Medora 819 24 

Melita 4,747 37 

Miami 2,200 52 

Millwood 314 23 

Miniota 2, 174 82 

Minitonas 1,656 04 

Minnedosa 9, 353 08 

Minto 1,502 90 

Moline 538 07 

Moorepark 501 97 

Morden 7,994 02 

Morris 4.212 51 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF MANITOBA— Continued 



Name of Office Revenue 
% cts. 

Mountainside 278 89 

Mowbray 337 49 

Muir 191 59 

Mulvihill 822 23 

Myrtle 675 02 

Napinka 1,803 88 

Narcisse 400 16 

Neelin 612 20 

Neepawa 12,072 30 

Nesbitt 930 49 

Newdale 2,556 03 

Ninette 4,429 04 

Ninga 1,764 51 

Niverville 646 52 

Norgate 236 13 

Notre Dame de Lourdes 1,368 84 

Oak Bank 647 42 

Oakburn 1,760 98 

Oak Lake 3,282 45 

Oak Point 570 64 

Oak River 1,874 75 

Oberon 425 46 

Ochre River 1,319 67 

Otterburne 2, 271 05 

Petersfield 715 79 

Pettapiece 268 29 

Pierson ' 1, 525 43 

Pilot Mound.; 3,355 52 

Pinawa 250 15 

Piney 425 74 

Pipestone 1, 657 83 

Plumas 1,869 78 

Plum Coul6e 2,247 35 

Pointe du Bois 604 05 

Pope 306 14 

Poplarfield 438 71 

Poplar Point 754 10 

Portage la Prairie 32, 581 95 

Purves 445 30 

Rapid City 3,907 06 

Rathwell 1,729 73 

Reaburn 262 81 

Regent 531 57 

Reston 4,096 21 

Ridgeville 616 55 

Riding Mountain 570 84 

Rivers 2,683 13 

Riverton 1, 653 76 

Roblin 3, 996 35 

Roland 3, 002 44 

Rorketon 638 57 

Rosebank 562 71 

Rose Isle 672 94 

Rosenfeld 961 93 

Rossburn 2, 128 78 

Rossendale 558 39 

Rounthwaite 458 73 

Russell 5, 643 49 

Ste. Agathe 782 24 

St. Alphonse 241 15 

Ste. Amelie 241 28 

Ste. Anne des Ch6nes 1,924 39 

St. Claude 1,393 94 

St. Eustache 327 08 

St. Jean Baptiste 1, 274 84 

St. Laurent 840 27 

St. Lazare 622 25 

St. Norbert 1,384 95 

St. Pierre Jolys 1,659 85 

Ste. Rose du Lac 2, 176 69 

Sandy Lake 1, 169 35 

Sanford 1,031 83 

Scandinavia 64 32 

Selkirk 8,446 58 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Shellmouth 774 94 

Shoal Lake 6, 163 93 

Sidney 1,240 61 

Sifton 2,840 85 

Silverton Station 384 66 

Sinclair Station 900 30 

Snow Flake 1,155 05 

Solsgirth 1,261 72 

Somerset 2,219 80 

Souris 7,995 28 

Sperling 1,760 69 

Sprague 570 81 

Starbuck 1,428 81 

Steeprock 554 07 

Steinback 1,959 95 

Stephenfield 257 59 

Stockton 606 56 

Stonewall 4,355 25 

Stony Mountain 721 31 

Strathclair 2,537 12 

Stuartburn 273 82 

Swan Lake 1,696 62 

Swan River 6,317 52 

Teulon 2,233 44 

The Pas 9,587 23 

Thornhill 607 64 

Tilston 1,092 29 

Tolstoi 590 43 

Transcona 5, 061 43 

Treesbank 501 34 

Treherne 3,810 54 

Two Creeks 413 65 

Tyndall 566 69 

Underbill 191 48 

Valley River 527 55 

Victoria Beach 792 98 

Virden 10,267 31 

Vista 503 85 

Vita 873 90 

Wakopa 279 97 

Warrenton 572 28 

Waskada 2,242 98 

Wawanesa 11,310 54 

Wellwood 943 45 

Westbourne 1,058 43 

Wheatland 279 08 

Whitemouth 1,095 54 

Whitewater 367 03 

Willen 342 63 

Winkler 3,443 36 

Winnipeg *3, 354,456 28 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 2,153,627 31 

Station B 25,518 43 

Station C 16,089 98 

Station D 14,966 19 

Station K 7,525 64 

Sub-Office No. 1 13,084 64 

Sub-Office No. 3 23,774 66 

Sub-Office No. 4 66,829 58 

Sub-Office No. 5 12,818 85 

Sub-Office No. 6 17,385 57 

Sub-Office No. 7 658 29 

Sub-Office No. 8 : 3,621 00 

Sub-Office No. 9 8,045 35 

Sub-Office No. 10 9,874 80 

Sub-Office No. 11 4,640 46 

Sub-Office No. 12 5,073 55 

Sub-Office No. 13 7,612 00 

Sub-Office No. 14 6,724 01 

Sub-Office No. 15 13,795 29 

Sub-Office No. 16 193 56 

Sub-Office No. 17 6,228 84 

Sub-Office No. 18 5,635 00 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF MANITOBA— Condwdei 



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Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 
Winnipeg— Con. 

Sub-Office No. 19 7,727 00 

Sub-Office No. 20 4,202 95 

Sub-Office No. 21 9,915 02 

Sub-Office No. 22 6,691 17 

Sub-Office No. 23 831,709 50 

Sub-Office No. 24 1,128 86 

Sub-Office No. 25 1,103 45 

Sub-Office No. 26 1,208 75 

Sub-Office No. 27 5,942 30 

Derry 5 05 

Dickens 1,950 00 

East Kildonan 450 45 

Fort Rouge 3,629 24 

Inkster 6,543 75 

Kildonan West 1,956 89 

King Edward 2,657 08 

Louise Bridge 7,828 16 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 
Winnipeg— Con. 

Morse Place 252 71 

Norwood Grove 14, 726 66 

St. Boniface 19,685 46 

St. Vital 1,073 16 

Sturgeon Creek 345 67 

Winnipeg Beach 1,870 61 

Winnipegosis 2, 405 04 

Woodlands 627 28 

Woodnorth 864 81 

Woodside 131 48 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 56, 583 66 

4,080,471 25 
Less — Value of Postage Stamps affix- 
ed to Postal Notes 6, 055 39 



4,074,415 86 



PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN 



Abbey 2,386 46 

Aberdeen 2,023 63 

Abemethy 2,479 52 

Adanac 979 52 

Admiral 2,933 55 

Aiktow 363 36 

Alameda " 2,604 94 

Albertville 303 56 

Alida 1,017 51 

Allan 2,325 05 

ALsask 3,348 03 

Amazon 347 38 

Amsterdam 223 56 

Amulet 1,033 85 

Anerley 417 50 

Aneroid 3,706 42 

Anglia 1, 108 61 

Annaheim 504 55 

Antelope 658 27 

Antler 1,569 55 

Arborfield. 377 46 

Archerwill 314 92 

Areola 5,593 74 

Ardath 1,250 90 

Ardill 497 58 

Argo 290 72 

Armley 384 31 

Arran 1,507 55 

Artland 785 80 

Asquith 2,468 36 

Assiniboia 12,084 67 

Atwater 798 09 

Avonhurst 424 89 

Avonlea 2, 624 68 

Aylesbury 1,689 10 

Bagley 253 12 

Baildon 338 12 

Balcarres 3,693 65 

Baldwinton 338 40 

Balgonie 1,623 76 

Bangor 894 00 

Barbour 197 87 

Baring 275 11 

Bateman 1 , 544 44 

Battleford 8,205 87 

Battrum 803 85 

Bayard Station 315 17 

Beadle 553 97 

Beatty 1,075 98 

Beaufield 248 49 

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Bechard 425 63 

Beechy 1,820 60 

Belle Plaine. 822 56 

Bender 533 39 

Bengough. ; 3,391 5& 

Benson 901 21 

Bethune 2, 195 35 

Beverly Station 503 13 

Bienfait 2,680 42 

Biggar 10,054 87 

Big River 1,457 90 

Birch Hills 3,424 08 

Birmingham 231 45 

Birsay 1,462 60 

Bjorkdale 143 37 

Bladworth 2,207 80 

Blaine Lake 2,977 83 

Blucher 770 14 

Blumenhof 564 05 

Boharm 576 66 

Borden 2,255 31 

Bounty 1,095 31 

Bracken 1,000 95 

Braddock 296 55 

Bradwell 1, 220 62 

Brancepeth 485 69 

Bratton 332 69 

Bredenbury 1,835 99 

Bresaylor 417 87 

Bridgeford 762 58 

Briercrest 1,952 56 

Broadacres 673 16 

Broadview 4,637 80 

Brock 1,961 36 

Broderick 2,067 59 

Bromhead 1,689 68 

Brooking 206 12 

Brooksby 898 46 

Browning 483 97 

Brownlee 1,815 06 

Bruno 3,072 06 

Buchanan 2,719 10 

Buffalo Head 255 91 

Bulyea 1,859 99 

Burstall 1,629 40 

Buttress 238 35 

Cabri 5,019 51 

Cadillac 2,995 94 

Calder Station 1,536 87 

Candiac Station 839 68 



52 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN— Con<i«MecZ 



Name of Office 



Revenue 



$ cts. 

Cando 897 26 

Canora 6, 175 79 

Cantuar 514 51 

Canuck 238 98 

Canwood 2,200 42 

Carievale 1 , 669 29 

Carlton 460 23 

Carlyle 4,415 59 

Carmel Station 868 33 

Carmichael 1,025 04 

Carnduff 4,814 09 

Caron 1,718 44 

Carruthers 780 94 

Caveil 565 40 

Cedoux 573 55 

Central Butte 2, 597 78 

Ceylon Station 2,252 23 

Chamberlain 1 , 366 24 

Chaplin 2, 128 06 

Charlotte 45 32 

Chipperfield 212 18 

Churchbridge 1,412 76 

Clair 1,112 88 

Clavet 448 13 

Claybank 864 22 

Claydon 339 73 

Cleeves 433 33 

Climax 2, 544 31 

Cloan 201 46 

Clouston 606 35 

Cochin 222 21 

Coderre 1,227 59 

Codette Station 883 78 

Coleville 861 44 

Colfax 658 22 

Colgate 1,010 03 

Colonsay 1,803 59 

Congress 986 14 

Conquest 3, 157 25 

Consul 735 69 

Coppen '. 402 39 

Corinne 433 11 

Corning 581 00 

Courval 197 71 

Craik 4,958 73 

Crane Valley 378 39 

Craven 1,341 92 

Creelman 2,463 73 

Crestwynd , 639 65 

Crichton 420 75 

Crooked River 539 37 

Cudworth 2,573 06 

Cupar 3,534 47 

Cut Knife 2,268 15 

Cymric 1,016 66 

Dafoe 1,624 02 

Dalmeny 764 08 

Dana 1,425 25 

D'Arcy Station 870 12 

Darmody 428 41 

Davidson 5, 644 21 

Davin 419 68 

Davis 268 52 

Daylesford 357 96 

Daysville 119 02 

Debden 1,244 73 

Delisle 3, 141 52 

Delmas 896 60 

Demaine 1,010 82 

Denholm 1,269 47 

Denzil 2, 190 37 

Dewar Lake 454 84 

Dilke 999 14 

Dinsmore 2,286 26 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Disley 749 46 

Dodsland 2, 151 86 

Dollard 1,301 85 

Domremy 1,248 93 

Donavon 850 21 

Donwell 264 87 

Drake 1,939 49 

Drinkwater 1,917 93 

Driver 835 60 

Druid 955 47 

Dubuc 1,986 00 

Duck Lake 2,051 87 

Duff 713 57 

Dumas 438 40 

Dummer 937 46 

Dunblane 1, 197 06 

Dundurn 2,221 19 

Dunfermline 305 37 

Dunkirk 604 95 

Duval 1,689 74 

Dysart 1,950 97 

Earl Grey 2,474 01 

EastEnd 3,831 79 

Eatonia 1,945 39 

Ebenezer 503 98 

Echo 293 97 

Edam 2,016 26 

Edenwold 951 06 

Edgeley 660 27 

Elbow 2,959 17 

Eldersley 1,627 00 

Eldred 246 80 

Elfros ' 2,927 95 

Elrose 2,757 67 

Elstow 1,466 22 

Englefeld 952 30 

Ernfold 1,692 70 

Esk 366 43 

Eskbank 410 72 

Esterhazy 2,875 60 

Estevan 19,630 77 

Estlin 538 09 

Eston 3,520 48 

Estuary 453 09 

Ethelton 235 50 

Ettington 406 69 

Evesham 978 95 

Expanse 1 ,021 84 

Eyebrow 1,949 68 

Eyre 300 70 

Fairlight Station 1,428 27 

Fairmont Station 602 17 

Fenton 332 95 

Fenwood 886 25 

Fertile 270 69 

Fielding 1,709 30 

Fillmore 2,445 06 

Findlater 1,005 46 

Fiske 1,138 44 

Flaxcombe 1,394 39 

Fleming 1,646 32 

Foam Lake 3,893 37 

Forgan 709 39 

Forget 1,460 13 

Fort Pitt 175 52 

Fort Qu'Appelle 5,959 83 

Forward 449 66 

Fosston 651 51 

Fox Valley 568 08 

Francis 1,773 97 

Freemont 435 66 

Frobisher 1,432 67 

Frontier 878 66 

Froude 605 26 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

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Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Fry's 322 92 

Fusilier 799 13 

Gainsborough 2,267 22 

Galilee 278 62 

Gallivan 337 62 

Gerald 688 67 

Gibbs 601 86 

Gilroy 555 20 

Girvin •. 1,938 91 

Glasnevin 243 16 

Glenavon 1,804 39 

Glenbush 295 09 

GlenEwen 1,509 82 

Glenside 1,885 75 

Glidden 1,170 55 

Goodeve 1, 161 61 

Goodwater 1, 138 27 

Gorlitz 330 76 

Gouverneur 689 82 

Govan 4,798 58 

Govenlock 445 86 

Grand Coulee 579 11 

Grandora 263 45 

Gravelbourg 7,435 09 

Gray 913 97 

Grayson 1,563 64 

Great Deer 344 54 

Greenan 325 96 

Grenfell 5,431 99 

Griffin 1,532 78 

Guernsey 2,384 23 

Gull Lake 7,335 07 

Hafford 2,618 44 

Hague 1,765 58 

Halbrite 1,236 75 

Hallonquist 499 62 

Hamton Station 348 57 

Handel 1,382 05 

Hanley 4,290 23 

Hardy 1,019 48 

Harris 3,073 54 

Hatton 1,297 91 

Hawarden 2,462 29 

Hazel Cliffe 447 25 

Hazel Dell 332 52 

Hazenmore 2,844 49 

Hearne 49S 43 

Hendon 426 34 

Henribourg 411 43 

Hepburn 1,211 37 

Herbert 6,076 21 

Herschel 2, 120 87 

Heward 1,440 74 

Hirsch 441 59 

Hitchcock 268 11 

Hodgeville 2,617 83 

Hoey 1,186 50 

Holbein 359 76 

Holdfast 1,860 58 

Hoosier 677 39 

Horizon 955 92 

Hubbard 941 13 

Hudson Bay Junction 2, 108 76 

Hughton 1,598 37 

Humboldt 11,787 80 

Huntoon 405 68 

Hyas 891 38 

Imperial 3,481 02 

Indian Head 8,275 20 

Insinger 993 62 

Instow 664 25 

Invergorden 196 62 

Invermay 1,940 00 

Ituna 2.316 95 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Jansen 2,903 17 

Jasmin 518 77 

Joeville 300 84 

Juniata 383 69 

Kamsack 7, 273 20 

Kandahar 1, 750 66 

Keddleston 869 29 

Keeler 1,353 52 

Kegworth 416 09 

Kelfield 1,092 88 

Kelliher... 3,381 00 

Kelso Station 653 96 

Kelstern 543 80 

Kelvington 2,968 10 

Kenaston 2,439 39 

Kendal Station. 863 74 

Kennedy 2,032 15 

Keppel 590 98 

Kerrobert 8,869 30 

Ketchen 403 00 

Keystown 402 74 

Khedive 936 75 

Killaly 897 98 

Kincaid 4,079 37 

Kindersley 7,990 66 

Kinistino. 4,237 34 

Kinley 1,553 33 

Kipling Station 3,444 64 

Kisbey .* 2.427 86 

Kronau 803 06 

Krydor / 961 79 

Kuest 183 97 

Kuroki 1,136 84 

Kyle 1,178 19 

Kylemore 426 21 

Lac Pelletier. 332 18 

Lac Vert 634 59 

Ladstock 191 93 

Lafleche 4,238 78 

Laird 1,454 51 

Lajord 919 08 

Lake Valley. . . .~. 375 59 

Lampman 2.077 23 

Lancer 1 , 768 84 

La«dis 2,178 31 

Lang 2,5.33 55 

Langbank 675 25 

Langenburg 2,746 74 

Langham 2,782 55 

Lanigan.' 3,695 24 

La Porte 655 72 

Lashburn 2,987 42 

Laura 1,208 21 

Lawson 1,262 49 

Leacross 417 55 

Leader 4,222 18 

Leask 2,723 46 

Lebret 1,229 50 

Leipzig 798 05 

Lemberg 2,743 90 

Lemsford 914 99 

Lenora Lake 1,639 74 

Leney 1,071 73 

Leofeld 67 15 

Leross 804 11 

LeRoy 1,222 42 

Leslie Station 1,465 43 

Lestock Station 2, 156 .54 

Lewvan 1,094 27 

Liberty 1.901 00 

Limerick 4,666 68 

Lintlaw 969 08 

Lipton 2,332 86 

Livelong 182 29 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN— Confmwed 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Lloydminster 10,711 15 

Lockwood 1 , 864 1 6 

Loreburn 2,494 84 

Lorlie 598 96 

Loverna 2,793 51 

Lucky Lake 2,437 96 

Lumsden 2,298 69 

Luseland 3,567 86 

Lydden 646 40 

McCord 316 55 

McGee 868 20 

McLean 916 40 

McKa^ue 610 78 

McMahon 538 42 

McTaggart 782 85 

Macdowall 578 86 

Macklin 4,240 95 

MacNutt 1,305 06 

Macoun 2,00;j 69 

Macrorie 1,986 95 

Madison 1,162 62 

Maidstone 2,758 58 

Mair 295 24 

Major 1,364 97 

Manor 2,000 27 

Mantario 674 34 

Maple Creek 8,371 57 

Marcelin 1,869 54 

Marchwell P. 704 13 

Marengo 1,097 80 

Margo 1,390 61 

Markinch 1,382 03 

Marquis 1,516 87 

Marsden 1,163 61 

Marshall 1,730 .57 

Maryfield 2,650 84 

Marysburg 572 95 

Mawer 880 49 

Maxim 442 51 

Maymont 1,816 68 

Mazenod 1,928 33 

Meacham 1,711 25 

Medstead 277 87 

Melaval 1,221 09 

Melfort 13,619 38 

Melville 13,467 77 

Mendham 967 74 

Mennon 331 30 

M6ota 1,936 68 

Mend 377 57 

Mervin 1,873 77 

Meskanaw 271 24 

Metador 198 16 

Mevronne 4,034 47 

Midale 2,005 53 

Mikado 840 31 

Milden 2,370 12 

Milestone 3,727 29 

Millerdale 218 62 

Milly 284 81 

Mistatim 480 35 

Mistawasis 233 23 

Mitchellton 800 06 

Montmartre 2, 745 78 

Moose JaAv *140, 009 47 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 138,895 85 

Sub-Office No. 1 1,113 62 

Moosomin 9,608 36 

Morse 3,775 42 

Mortlach 3,539 21 

Mossbank 3,403 69 

Mozart 888 83 

Muenster 1 , 678 84 



Name of Office Revenue 

S cts. 

Mullingar 241 58 

Naicam 2, 124 90 

Naisberry : 279 36 

Naseby 374 93 

Neidpath 995 75 

Neilburg 620 68 

Neptune 268 05 

Netherhill 1,002 79 

Neudorf * 2,437 54 

Neville 2, 162 79 

Nipawin 3, 170 03 

Nokomis 4,217 68 

Norbury 230 17 

Norquay 2,372 75 

North Battleford 26, 793 82 

Northgate 265 72 

North Portal 1,305 92 

North Regina 549 70 

Nottingham 252 40 

Nut Mountain 392 76 

Oakshela 429 47 

Odessa Station 1,086 38 

Ogema 3,973 49 

Onion Lake 602 16 

Onward 280 45 

Orcadia 177 77 

Orkney 663 92 

Ormaux 41 01 

Ormiston 183 16 

Osage 1,256 62 

Osier 636 66 

Otthon 628 43 

Outlook 4,798 05 

Outram Station 393 49 

Oxbow 4,707 60 

Paddockwood 538 05 

Palmer 1,168 52 

Palo 279 62 

Pambrum 661 24 

Pangman 1,649 20 

Paradise Hill 234 46 

Parkbeg 1, 144 13 

Parkman 405 76 

Parkside 1,4.57 92 

Parry 439 12 

Pasqua 674 75 

Paswegin 357 17 

Pathlow 1,178 61 

Paynton 1,565 34 

Peesane 843 89 

Pelly 2,046 04 

Pennant Station 1,872 63 

Pense 2,213 95 

Penzance 1,240 46 

Percival 392 55 

Perdue 3,625 07 

Peterson 815 87 

Phippen 632 19 

Piapot 2, 695 21 

Pilot Butte 279 97 

Pinkham 823 03 

Plato 1,971 46 

Pleasantdale 1,300 82 

Plenty 1,832 09 

Plunkett 1,400 70 

Polwarth 198 99 

Ponteix 4, 054 05 

Portreeve 843 37 

Prairie River 623 08 

Preeceville 3,099 05 

Prelate 2,508 93 

Primate 951 38 

Prince 756 27 

Prince Albert 45, 159 20 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Ofl&ces — Continued 

PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN— ConhfiMei 



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Name of OiBce Revenue 
$ cts. 

Prud'homme 1.597 91 

Punnichv 3,522 98 

Ou'Appelle 3,522 78 

Quill Lake 2,914 41 

Ouill Plain 207 61 

Ouinton 793 30 

Radisson 3, 188 37 

RadviUe 4,583 43 

Rama 619 66 

Ravenscrag 925 07 

Raymore 2, 735 87 

Readlvn 2,080 00 

Red Deer Hill ^75 80 

Redvors 2,410 96 

Resina *802,396 88 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 524,316 fO 

Sub-Office No. 1 239,600 00 

Sub-Office No. lA 

Sub-Office No. 2 1, 153 00 

Sub-Office No. 3 15,047 91 

Sub-Office No. 4 963 61 

Sub-Office No. 5 20,751 17 

Sub-Office No. 6 328 88 

North Annex 235 81 

Regina Beach 909 12 

Renown , .' 8.'i3 29 

Revenue 488 36 

Rhein 1,312 8S 

Riceton 925 73 

Richard 2,112 48 

Richardson Station 914 45 

Richlea 1,142 94 

Richmound 507 53 

Ridpredale 2,088 07 

Ritchie 211 00 

Riverhurst 2,323 76 

Robsart 1,211 94 

Rocanville 3,388 10 

Roche Perc^e 311 61 

Rock Haven 1,054 90 

Rokeby 362 05 

Rosetown 9,530 23 

Rose Valley 926 50 

Rosthern 6,709 93 

Rouleau 5,100 79 

Round Stone 559 39 

Ruddell 1,075 03 

Runciman 341 50 

Runnymede 491 13 

Rush Lake 1,699 92 

Ruthilda 878 62 

Rutland Station 570 26 

Ryerson 230 43 

St. Boswells 1,372 89 

St. Brieux 1,570 50 

St. Gregor 1 ,016 34 

St. Hippolyte 210 45 

St. Hubert Mission 163 04 

St. Louis 681 25 

S .Victor 422 17 

St. Walburg 2,018 90 

Saltcoats 3,302 94 

Salvador 2,468 71 

Sanctuary 719 89 

Saskatchewan Landing 147 70 

Saskatoon *285,232 08 

•Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 251,993 89 

Sub-Office No. 1 9,505 66 

Sub-Office No. 2 6, 159 28 

Sub-Office No. 3 1,630 77 

Sub-Office No. 4 775 57 

Sub-Office No. 5 7, 139 72 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 
Saskatoon — Con. 

Sub-Office No. 7 703 56 

Sub-Office No. 8 1,489 65 

Sub-Office No. 9 1,622 13 

Sub-Office No. 10 438 70 

University Sub-Office 3, 773 15 

Sceptre 2,378 39 

Scotsguard 1,845 67 

Scott 2,263 06 

Scottsburgh 277 45 

Secretan 453 02 

Sedley 1,535 37 

Semans 4,206 56 

Senate 336 73 

Senlac 1,812 99 

Shaekleton 1, 159 55 

Shamrock 757 42 

Shand 274 75 

Shaunavon 12,028 94 

Sheho 2,961 11 

Shell Brook 3,913 70 

Shell Lake 179 42 

Sidewood 404 31 

Silton 1,236 21 

Silver Park 489 07 

Simpson 2 , 828 73 

Sintaluta 2,327 01 

Smilev 1.210 40 

Snipe Lake 207 88 

Southev. ; 2,652 17 

South Fork 531 ^6 

Sovereign 1 , 708 20 

Spalding 1.239 17 

Speers 1.415 81 

Springside 1 , 800 28 

Spring Valley 1,698 94 

Springwater 1,461 48 

Spruce Lake 1,265 91 

SpvHill 1,246 95 

Stalwart 1,085 74 

Star City 4,070 04 

Steelman 219 42 

Stenen 1,807 53 

Stockholm 2,218 52 

Stone 367 22 

Stony Beach 764 68 

Stornoway 811 46 

Storthoaks 873 40 

Stoughton 2,921 08 

Stranraer 1, 138 77 

Strasbourg Station 4,061 72 

Strongfield 1,695 05 

Sturgeon Valley 266 64 

Sturgis 1,180 54 

Success 1,537 26 

Summerberry 954 81 

Superb 514 92 

Surbiton 299 45 

Sutherland 1,869 09 

Swanson 700 00 

Swift Current 32,887 09 

Sylvania 609 05 

Tadmore 479 48 

Tako 408 02 

Talmage 434 84 

Tantallon 2,015 78 

Tate 852 83 

Tatsfield 234 55 

Taylorton 611 98 

Tessier 1.667 93 

Theodore 2,623 59 

Tichfield. 484 47 

Tilney 353 76 

Tisdale 7,358 70 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting OjSices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN— ConcZwrfei 



Name of Office Re-\ 

$ 

Togo 2, 

Tompkins 3, 

Torquay 1 , 

Tramping Lake 1, 

Traynor 

Tregarva 

Trewdale 

Tribune 1 , 

Trossachs 

Truax 1, 

Tuberose 

Tuffnell : 

Tugaske 2, 

Turtleford 2, 

Tuxford 1, 

Tway 

Tyvan 1, 

Unity 1.. 

Unwin 

Uren 

Val Marie 

Valor 1, 

Valparaiso 1, 

Vandura 

Vanguard 3, 

Vanscoy 

Vantage 1, 

Vawn 

Venn 1 , 

Vera 

Verigin 2, 

Verwood 3, 

Vibank 1, 

Viceroy 2, 

Viewiield 

Vidora 

Viscount 3, 

Vonda 3, 

Wadena 5 , 

Wakaw 3 , 

Waldeck 1, 

Waldheim 1 , 

Waldron 1 , 

Walpole 

Wapella 3, 

Warman 



^enue 
cts. 


159 95 


399 


78 


250 


14 


463 


24 


587 99 1 


402 


28 


219 


63 


855 


72 


906 39 


514 00 


956 


15 


523 98 1 


341 


72 


234 70 


766 20 


102 


69 


392 81 1 


655 


13 


269 


13 


385 


18 


568 92 


063 96 


123 


75 


411 


45 


798 


37 


988 83 1 


275 


15 


632 89 


123 09 


482 91 


055 


67 


081 


10 


301 


23 


642 44 1 


313 


08 


953 


72 


434 31 1 


013 


79 


272 


11 


460 


66 


359 


42 


591 


26 


324 


17 


621 


74 


622 77 


565 93 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Wartime 575 13 

Waseca 1,434 35 

Watrous 6,812 10 

Watson 3,852 68 

Wauchope. 939 10 

Wawota 2,446 89 

Webb 2,925 45 

Welby 255 88 

Weldon 1,457 06 

Welwyn 1,754 73 

Weyburn 32, 108 83 

White Bear 8171 

Whitewood 4,221 18 

Whitkow 213 18 

Wilcox 2,911 22 

Wilkie 7,335 63 

WiUmar Station 627 55 

Willowbrook 930 08 

Willow Bunch 3,083 42 

Willows 720 19 

Windthorst 2, 563 78 

Winter 597 01 

Wiseton 1,950 46 

Witchekan 178 56 

Wolseley 6,079 91 

Wood Mountain 782 17 

Woodrow ' 3,092 67 

Wroxton 1,005 91 

Wymark 1,196 97 

Wynyard 6,116 84 

Yarbo 328 70 

Yellow Grass 3,800 18 

Yonker 211 65 

Yorkton 34, 200 63 

Young 3,675 76 

Zealandia 2,026 29 

Zehner 337 83 

Zelma 1,439 37 

Zeneta 209 01 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 58, 728 72 

2,710,844 44 
Less — Value of Postage Stamps afl&xed 

to Postal Notes 4,022 87 

2,706,821 57 



PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 



Acadia Valley 513 44 

Acme 2, 625 75 

Aerial 251 96 

Aii-drie 1,457 35 

Alcomdale 419 93 

Alderson 532 92 

Aldersyde 501 21 

Alhambra 565 77 

Alix 3,366 23 

Alliance 2,870 31 

Altario 856 60 

Amisk 934 70 

Andrew 393 62 

Angle Lake 246 53 

Ankerton 128 62 

Anselmo 150 77 

Ardenode 232 01 

Ardley 440 31 

Ardrossan 490 59 

Armada 259 12 

Armena 150 64 



Arrowwood 1,411 34 

Ashmont 739 71 

Athabaska 2,490 79 

Atlee 503 52 

Baintree 263 48 

Balzac 450 76 

Banff 18,747 90 

Barnwell 577 88 

Barons 2, 733 12 

Barrhead 431 30 

Bashaw 2,940 04 

Bassano 5,096 14 

Battle Lake 106 47 

Bawlf 1,989 45 

Bearberry 118 75 

Beaumont 292 80 

Beaverlodge 778 66 

Beaver Mines 256 30 

Belseker 1,959 30 

Bellevue 2,765 43 

Bellis 1,182 30 



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PROVINCE OF ALBERTA— Continued 



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Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Benalto 616 77 

Bentley 2,087 35 

Benton Station 553 79 

Berry Creek 101 44 

Berwyn 1,433 47 

Beverley 1,403 10 

Beynon 431 95 

Big Valley 3,951 52 

Bindloss 941 76 

Bittern Lake 814 96 

Black Diamond 479 46 

Blackfalds 1,012 10 

Blackfoot 466 68 

Blackie 2,996 29 

Blairmore 6,726 49 

Blue Ridge 186 73 

Bluffton 331 83 

Bon Accord 652 52 

Bondiss 81 59 

BonnyviUe 960 65 

Bordenave 141 13 

Botha 1,766 94 

Bottrel 278 64 

Bowden 2,288 72 

Bowell 383 76 

Bow Island 2,088 27 

Boyle 559 95 

Bragg Creek 116 53 

Brainard 88 67 

Brant 1,205 24 

Bremner 411 69 

Brightview 248 10 

Brocket 459 81 

Brooks 3,824 63 

Bruce 928 33 

Bruderheim 1,704 42 

Brfll6 Mines 1,374 68 

Buffalo 466 86 

Bulwark. 645 97 

Burdett 1, 395 65 

Burmis 178 92 

Busby 535 43 

Byemoor 325 85 

Cadogan 1,481 70 

Cadomin 1,676 30 

Cairns 150 75 

Calgary *570,239 19 

♦Divided ae follows: — 

Head Office 439,435 94 

Sub-Office No. 1 11,811 64 

Sub-Office No. 2 52,802 45 

Sub-Office No. 4 11,063 97 

Sub-Office No. 5 3,565 35 

Sub-Office No. 6 2,878 72 

Sub-Office No. 7 85 10 

Sub-Office No. 8 19,492 81 

Sub-Office No. 10 340 40 

Sub-Office No. 11 1,278 87 

Sub-Office No. 12 6,373 58 

Sub-Office No. 15 423 43 

Sub-Office No. 16 311 33 

Sub-Office No. 17 9, 334 10 

Sub-Office No. 20 9,017 51 

Sub-Office No. 22 727 58 

Sub-Office No. 23 230 88 

Sub-Office No. 24 995 53 

Sub-Office No. 25 70 00 

Calmar 578 15 

Camrose 16, 561 24 

Canmore 2, 340 72 

Carbon 3, 333 02 

Cardiff 368 32 

Cardston 7, 805 37 

Carmangay 2.489 01 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Caroline 232 26 

Carolside 215 79 

Carseland 1,548 51 

Carstairs 4, 332 59 

Carvel Station 352 54 

Cassils 481 42 

Castor 4, 615 28 

Cavendish 241 32 

Cayley 1,799 91 

Cereal 2,702 52 

Cessford 541 55 

Champion 3, 337 29 

Chancellor 783 53 

Chauvin 2,675 36 

Cheadle 436 51 

CherhiU 557 72 

Chilmark 102 09 

Chinook 2,569 63 

Chipman 2,412 79 

Clairmont 842 68 

Claresholm 6,982 57 

Clivale 188 79 

Clive 2,032 28 

Clover Bar 439 56 

Cluny 2,433 01 

Clyde 1,518 35 

Coaldale 3,426 88 

Coalhurst 2,053 75 

Coalspur 540 98 

Coal Valley 260 54 

Cochrane 2,403 59 

Cold Lake 500 42 

Coleman 7, 181 58 

Coleridge 434 52 

Colinton 751 40 

College Heights 1,098 18 

Commerce 272 91 

Compeer 1,481 52 

Condor 590 38 

Consort 2,574 91 

Coronado 154 89 

Coronation 6, 187 83 

Coutts 1,209 20 

Cowley 1,684 29 . 

Craigmyle 2,939 68 

Cremona 227 72 

Crossfield 3,204 80 

Czar 1,983 88 

Dalemead 462 86 

Dalroy 360 73 

Dapp 517 46 

Darwell 161 15 

Daysland 3,599 27 

Delbume 2, 149 26 

Delia 3,965 09 

Dewberry 314 02 

Diamond City 776 14 

Didsbury 6,509 29 

Dinant 685 63 

Donalda 2,443 14 

Donnelly 399 69 

Dorenlee 286 35 

Dovercourt 229 50 

Drumheller 15,984 77 

Duagh 115 07 

Duchess 1,475 50 

Duffield 609 84 

Duhamel 762 53 

Dunstable 274 52 

Durlingville 577 21 

Duvernay 245 77 

Eckville 1,532 62 

Edberg 1,115 32 

Edgerton Station 2,865 77 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF ALBERTA— Conhnued 



Name of Office Revenue 
% cts. 

Edmonton *461,385 77 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 367, 523 41 

Strathcona Postal Station 19 , 962 32 

Sub-Office No. 1 18,060 13 

Sub-Office No. 2 349 85 

Sub-Office No. 3 6,528 78 

Sub-Office No. 4 1,630 23 

Sub-Office No. 5 1, 187 89 

Sub-Office No. 6 580 55 

Sub-Office No. 7 149 58 

Sub-Office No. 9 89 80 

Sub-Office No. 10 28, 177 30 

Sub-Office No. 11 4,916 65 

Sub-Office No. 12 1,870 01 

Sub-Office No. 13 1,390 11 

Sub-Office No. 14 371 19 

Sub-Office No. 15 25 00 

Sub-Office No. 16 196 29 

Sub-Office No. 17 50 00 

North Edmonton 6,282 05 

West Edmonton 2,044 63 

Edson 4,985 28 

Edwand ■ 1,100 47 

Egremont 366 24 

Elk Point 652 16 

Elnora 2,745 60 

Empress 3, 142 92 

Enchant -. 689 74 

Endiang 474 55 

Enilda 236 01 

Ensign 440 58 

Entrance 327 48 

Entwhistle , 899 79 

Erskine 1,710 27 

Etzikom 945 59 

Evansburgh 1,280 59 

Evarts 343 55 

Excel 624 89 

Exshaw 871 65 

Eyremore 410 43 

Fabyan 269 32 

Falhei: 969 00 

Fallis 374 77 

Falun 247 66 

Fawcett 420 08 

Federal 203 79 

Fedorah 105 74 

Fenn 502 36 

Ferintosh 1, 531 72 

Fishburn 121 20 

Fleet 625 26 

Foremost 1, 930 10 

Forestburg 2, 379 31 

Fort McMurray 956 87 

Fort Saskatchewan 4,886 52 

Fort Smith 341 49 

Frank : 427 86 

Freedom 296 51 

Gadsby 2, 297 98 

Gainford 442 17 

Galahad 1, 520 08 

Gem 333 62 

Ghost Pine Creek 341 50 

Gibbons Station 492 47 

Gilby 291 51 

Girouxville 38 66 

Gleichen 5, 130 64 

Glenevis 286 27 

Glenwoodville 450 35 

Golden Spike 52 74 

Grainger 528 71 

Grande Prairie 6, 648 01 

Granum 3,264 77 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Grassy Lake 1, 284 15 

Green Court 977 37 

Greenshields 239 92 

Griffin Creek 116 04 

Grimshaw 430 99 

Grizzly Bear 176 84 

Grouard 815 26 

Gunn 292 15 

Gwynne 819 87 

Halcourt 183 05 

Halkirk 1,838 98 

Halladay 206 17 

Hamlin 208 18 

Hanna 10,027 85 

HardieviUe 1,243 75 

Hardisty 3,734 82 

Hay Lakes 1,067 81 

Haynes 319 79 

Hayter 969 18 

Heath 440 93 

Heisler 983 46 

Hesketh 206 36 

Hespero 644 90 

High Prairie 1,031 40 

High River 8,997 17 

Hilda 1,070 34 

HiUcrest Mines 2, 189 90 

HiUiard 432 72 

Hill Spring 342 91 

Hobbema 314 04 

Holden 2,520 63 

Hughenden 2,026 11 

Hussar 1,829 61 

Hutton 151 72 

Huxley 1,237 17 

Iddesleigh 230 74 

Innisfail 7,771 80 

Innisfree 2,594 37 

Irma 2,244 82 

Iron Springs 560 30 

Irricana 1,502 00 

Irvine 1,402 08 

Islay 2,559 17 

Jarrow 821 72 

Jarvie 496 23 

Jasper : 6,947 38 

Jenner 833 61 

Junkins 629 64 

Kahwin 248 57 

Kathyrn • 422 96 

Kelsey 551 71 

Keoma 340 96 

Killam 3,505 93 

Kingman 718 51 

Kinsella 965 34 

Kinuso 767 80 

Kipp 156 70 

Kirkcaldy 379 87 

Kirriemuir 616 70 

Kitscoty 3, 111 05 

Knee Hill Valley 481 24 

LaclaBiche 1,270 14 

Lacombe 11,240 08 

Lac Ste. Anne 222 75 

Lafond 230 99 

Lake Louise. 2,359 47 

Lake Saskatoon 234 75 

Lamont 3,830 20 

Landonville 312 00 

Lanfine 608 03 

Langdon 1, 147 82 

Lavoy 1,780 65 

Lea Park 409 29 

Leduc 6, 154 00 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Contintied 

' PROVINCE OF ALBERTA— Continved 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Leedalc 357 74 

Legal 1,287 95 

Legoff 97 59 

Leslieville 1.203 87 

Lethbridge *66,492 31 

♦Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 62,577 72 

Sul)-OfficeNo. 1 3,914 59 

Lomond 1,396 99 

Lonebutte 295 06 

Lougheed 2,708 94 

Lousana 835 85 

Lovettville 185 00 

Loyalist 893 05 

Lucky Strike 138 03 

Lundbreck 1,563 36 

Luscar 1,006 00 

McLennan 885 52 

McLeod Valley 216 00 

Macleod 9,294 09 

Magnolia 311 86 

Magrath 3,666 15 

Ma.ior\-ille 160 77 

Makepeace 240 34 

Maleb 219 72 

Mannville 3,603 58 

Manvberries 1 , 162 56 

Maricerville 767 29 

Marlboro 438 53 

Maybutt 375 51 

Mayerthorpe 1,026 58 

Mayton 305 02 

Meanook 437 45 

Medicine Hat 41,362 66 

Meedng Creek 966 98 

Mercoal 890 60 

Metiskow 1,639 05 

Michichi 928 51 

Midlandvale 527 88 

Midnapore 626 64 

Milk River 2,010 19 

Millarville 210 11 

MiUet 2,666 45 

Millieent 322 31 

Milo 876 45 

Minburn 1,022 11 

Mirror 2, 198 69 

Mirror Landing 375 87 

Monarch 484 98 

Monitor 2,293 62 

Morinville 2, 249 41 

Momingside 314 10 

Morrin 1,825 71 

Mosside 362 06 

Mountain Park 1 ,060 67 

Mountain View 323 58 

Mundare 4,612 89 

Munson 1,740 76 

Mymam 255 83 

Nacmine 354 75 

Namaka I,f05 25 

Namao 229 78 

Nanton 5, 169 01 

Nemiskam 454 95 

Nevis 356 54 

Newcastle Mine 718 82 

New Dayton 1,037 06 

New Norway 1,749 58 

New Sarepta 334 51 

Nightingale 307 42 

Nobleford 1,418 06 

Nordegg 2,590 16 

Northbank 108 24 

North Cooking Lake 133 38 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Ohaton 884 28 

Okotoks 3, 624 02 

Olds 8,695 07 

Onowav 1, 259 53 

Opal 245 27 

Orion 669 63 

Oyen 3,813 48 

Pakan 130 00 

Pakowki 142 26 

Paradise Valley 227 88 

Parkland 1,071 25 

Passburg 112 21 

Patricia 872 93 

Peace River 4, 191 84 

Peers 442 69 

Pemukan 170 97 

Penhold 1,656 78 

Perryvale 480 31 

Phillips 232 73 

Pibroch 526 00 

Pickardville 1,222 57 

Pincher Creek 6,797 72 

Pincher Station 386 52 

Pine Lake 369 73 

Plamondon 289 26 

Poe , 119 55 

Pollockville 791 85 

Ponoka 7,635 22 

Priddis.. 267 80 

Provost 5,563 34 

Purple Springs 459 81 

Queenstown 402 14 

Radway Centre 1,385 35 

Ranfurly 1,265 48 

Rainier 305 66 

Ravmond 5,766 63 

Redcliff 2,787 93 

Red Deer 19,058 27 

Redland 399 14 

Redwater 528 51 

Red Willow 1, 124 49 

Reid Hill 198 89 

Retlaw 959 07 

Ribstone 618 22 

Richdale 531 24 

Rife 271 77 

Rimbey 2,5'n 28 

Rio Grande 200 88 

Riviere Qui Bane 240 70 

Rochester 1,753 11 

Rochfort Bridge 738 53 

Rockyford 2,953 82 

Rocky Mountain House 3, 760 38 

Rosalind 909 13 

Rosebud 1,577 54 

Rosedale 611 22 

Rose Lynn 435 04 

Rosemary 487 24 

Rosevear 241 60 

Roundhill 882 34 

Rowley 906 72 

Roycroft 429 44 

Rumsey 1,521 25 

Rusylvia 165 63 

Ryley 2, 121 79 

St. Albert , 1,209 68 

St. Lina 252 84 

St. Paul de M6tis 4,969 74 

St. Vincent 368 70 

Sangudo 1,675 29 

Saunders 664 35 

Schuler 645 71 

ScoUard 433 67 

Scotfield 230 40 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF AJJQ-EKT A— Concluded 



Name of Office Revenue 

$ cts. 

Sedgewick 3,986 60 

Seven Persons 805 00 

Sexsmith 1,560 02 

Sheerness 344 24 

Shepard 273 64 

Sibbald 1,523 66 

Sion 139 33 

Skiff 232 48 

Slave Lake 463 93 

Smoky Lake 2,287 89 

Spedden 379 35 

Spirit River 1,445 50 

Spring Coul6e 667 87 

Spruce Grove 741 63 

Standard 2,002 82 

Stanmore 573 23 

Stavely 3,000 27 

Stereo 518 06 

Stettler 10, 622 06 

Steveville 141 47 

Stirling 706 30 

Stony Plain 2,814 53 

Strathmore 4, 141 97 

Strome 2,429 44 

Styal 254 93 

Suffield 458 30 

Sundre 570 33 

Sunnynook 1 ,023 06 

Sunnyslope 441 16 

Swalwell 1,407 41 

Sylvan Lake 2,067 07 

Taber 6,577 87 

Tawatinaw 526 65 

Tees 800 70 

Telfordville 456 98 

Thelma 237 72 

Th6rien 180 89 

Thorhild 442 71 

Three Hills 4,511 25 

Throne 234 38 

Tofield 5, 103 28 

Tomahawk 293 05 

Travers 682 21 

Trochu 3,803 20 

Tudor 267 23 

Turin 241 18 

Twin Butte 362 46 

Valhalla Centre 327 06 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Vanrena 200 57 

Vauxhall 1 ,008 28 

Vegreville 10,653 07 

Venice 727 99 

Vermilion 11,541 32 

Veteran 2,088 44 

Viking 4,915 50 

Villeneuve 182 35 

Vilna 1,180 58 

Vimy 396 32 

Vulcan ; 7,470 76 

Wabamun 856 96 

Wainwright 6, 313 85 

Walsh 979 33 

Wanham 257 17 

Wardlow 220 70 

Warner 2,278 37 

Warspite 377 20 

Waskatenau 1, 606 27 

Water Glen 253 £0 

Waterhole 1,261 62 

Waterways 254 92 

Watino 176 52 

Wayne 3,485 32 

Wembley 1,125 51 

Westerose 255 09 

Westlock 3,607 79 

Wetaskiwin 13,450 16 

White Court 870 21 

Whitelaw 782 76 

Whitford 243 69 

Whitla 490 90 

Wimborne 159 31 

Winnlfred 817 52 

Woodhouse 241 91 

Wostok 492 50 

Woolford 900 98 

Wrentham 470 01 

Yeoford 427 87 

Youngstown 4, 719 47 

Non-Accounting Post Offices 65, 222 43 

2,032,389 27 

Less — Value of Postage Stamps affixed 

to Postal Notes 3,016 04 



2,029,373 23 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 



6X 



Name of OflBce Revenue 

$ cts. 

Abbotsford 4,996 88 

Adelphi 410 42 

Agassiz 2,795 49 

A^erton 405 86 

Ainsworth 476 1 1 

Alberni 3,438 93 

Albion 231 18 

Aldergrove 1,030 67 

Alert Bay 1,799 30 

Aleza Lake 614 00 

Alice Arm 941 31 

Allenby 714 23 

Anyox 6,702 24 

Appledale 360 87 

Ardley 495 81 

Armstrong 7,904 66 

Arrowhead 897 69 

Arrow Park 299 75 

Ashcroft 3,832 29 

Athalmer 523 10 

Atlin 1,678 87 

Balfour 297 39 

Bamfield 1,172 76 

Barker^'ille 991 43 

Barriere 709 69 

Baynes Lake 251 43 

Beaton 230 55 

Beaverdell 1,086 79 

Beaver Point 275 74 

Bella Bella 598 81 

Bella Coola 890 39 

Bevan 313 82 

Blakeburn 975 66 

Blubber Bay 535 29 

Blue River 1,974 00 

Boston Bar 924 63 

Boswell 477 08 

Bowen Island 637 24 

Bowser 1,083 17 

Brackendale 221 49 

Bradner 484 18 

Bridesville 425 64 

Brilliant 654 56 

Brisco 303 40 

Britannia Beach 5,444 33 

Brookmere 280 19 

Buckley Bay 73 56 

Bull River 1,043 08 

Burnaby Lake 1,012 97 

Burns Lake 1,588 22 

Burton 647 38 

Cadboro Bay 1,063 88 

Campbell River 1,585 98 

Camp Lister 249 86 

Canford 213 88 

Canoe 451 74 

Capilano 738 75 

Carmi 184 04 

Cascade 413 97 

Cassidy 1,535 20 

Castlegar 1,037 32 

Cawston 542 49 

CJedarvale 387 38 

Celista 163 81 

Chase 2,868 04 

Chemainus 3,293 63 

Chilliwack 14,798 07 

Claxton 277 39 

Clayburn 1,191 91 

Clayoquot 248 18 

Clinton 1,465 05 

Cloverdale 4,558 08 

Coal Creek 639 81 

Coalmont 864 73 



Name of OflBce Revenue 

$ cts. 

Cobble Hill 1,990 83 

Coghlan 454 66 

Colquitz 289 10 

Colwood 756 60 

Comox 1,304 87 

Coombs 501 98 

Corbin 1,359 72 

Cortez Island 268 89 

County Line 299 29 

Courtney 8, 141 81 

Cowichan Station 1 , 466 01 

Cranbrook 21,558 84 

Crawford Bay 283 26 

Crescent 638 19 

Crescent Valley 302 37 

Creston 4,527 89 

Crofton 370 44 

Crow's Nest 465 27 

Cumberland 6, 662 10 

Dawson Creek 186 34 

Denman Island 505 94 

De Roche 719 91 

Dewdney 705 84 

Discovery 204 37 

Dome Creek 404 57 

Duncan's Station 19,416 59 

East Arrow Park 122 57 

East Wellington 733 47 

Ebume 1,451 59 

Edgewood 737 16 

Egmont 142 80 

Elko 789 11 

Endako 335 67 

Enderby 4,018 51 

Englewood 1.269 82 

Erickson 767 70 

Erie 202 67 

Errington 473 74 

Extension 468 20 

Fairview 91 01 

Falkland 464 30 

Fanny Bay 389 46 

Fauquier 154 74 

Fawn 397 86 

Ferguson 135 46 

Fernie 15,827 88 

Fern Ridge 206 09 

Field 2,451 99 

Finmore 204 69 

Flagstone 370 02 

Forestdale 507 58 

Fort Eraser 775 05 

Fort George 297 70 

Fort Langley 786 89 

Fort St. John 241 48 

Fort Steele 742 12 

Francois Lake. 460 46 

Eraser Lake , 413 44 

Eraser Mills 1,602 39 

Fruitvale 555 75 

Fulford Harbour 240 79 

Galiano 614 59 

Ganges 2,315 88 

Genoa Bay 535 01 

Georgetown Mills 243 36 

Gibson's Landing 1 , 559 59 

Giscome 1,665 34 

Glacier 1, 192 08 

Golden 5,756 58 

Grand Forks 7, 621 56 

Grantham's Landing 470 98 

Greenwood 2, 133 50 

Grindrod 671 82 

Hagensborg 298 03 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA— Con^tnued 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Harrison Hot Springs 430 60 

Harrop 400 88 

Hatzic 1,077 89 

Haysport 225 09 

Hazelton 1,997 56 

Headquarters 427 74 

Hedley 2,071 66 

Heffley Creek 307 11 

Heriot Bay 288 30 

HiUbank 192 27 

Hillier's Crossing 328 01 

Holberg 75 21 

Hollyburn 2, 767 30 

Hope 1,778 27 

Hosmer 326 92 

Houston 320 16 

Huntingdon 668 27 

Hutton Mills 770 00 

Invermere 1,728 21 

Inverness 320 10 

loco 1,208 79 

Irvine's Landing 939 36 

Jackson Bay 600 71 

Jaffray 314 93 

James Island 1, 133 90 

Kaleden 242 61 

Kamloops 32, 354 12 

Kaslo ; 5,040 53 

Keating 76 83 

Keefers 318 86 

Kelowna 19,823 23 

Keremeos 1,772 21 

Kettle Valley 464 39 

Kildonan 566 39 

Kimberley 9,026 44 

Kingeome Inlet 223 86 

Kitchener 924 12 

Kitwanga 305 34 

Koksilah 334 39 

Lac la Hache 217 93 

Ladner 4,524 14 

Ladysmith 7,411 34 

Lake Cowichan 2,000 88 

Lake Hill 436 97 

Langford Station 858 21 

Langley Prairie 3, 397 26 

Lantzville 496 52 

Lasqueti 543 97 

Lillooet 1,876 44 

Lower Nicola 272 82 

Lucerne Station 94 72 

Lumberton 2,207 27 

Lumby 1,047 24 

Lund 695 26 

Lynn Creek 1,951 11 

Lytton 1,918 22 

McBride 1,730 50 

Magna Bay 254 73 

Maillardville 634 50 

Malakwa 534 70 

Mara 425 11 

Marigold 2,347 73 

Massett 531 16 

Matsqui 1,274 53 

Mayne 746 10 

Merritt 5,906 29 

Merville 273 46 

Metchosin 828 91 

Michel 2, 163 14 

Midway 756 48 

Mill Bay 110 01 

Milner 998 68 

Milne's Landing 417 09 

Mission City 7,207 91 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Mount Lehman 618 27 

Mount Olie 317 73 

Moyie 694 51 

Murrayville 1, 105 78 

Myrtle Point 861 30 

Nakusp 3, 115 97 

Namu 349 11 

Nanaimo 27,671 62 

Nanoose Bay 265 85 

Naramata 864 10 

Natal 2,049 00 

Needles 480 92 

Nelson 44,031 13 

New Denver 2,273 49 

Newgate 234 91 

New Hazelton 419 72 

Newlands Station 276 47 

Newton Station 601 36 

New Westminster *74, 689 53 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 63,912 44 

Sub-office No. 2 1, 137 92 

Sub-office No. 3 499 23 

Sub-office No. 4 1,276 65 

Sub-office No. 5 1,570 86 

Sub-office No. 6 1,401 12 

East Burnaby 961 93 

Edmonds 2,049 90 

Queensborough 206 51 

Sapperton 1,672 97 

Nicola 318 14 

North Bend 958 71 

Northfield 655 22 

North Lonsdale 1,938 75 

Notch Hill 8.57 78 

Ocean Falls 6,596 79 

Okanagan Centre 658 46 

Okanagan Falls 203 88 

Okanagan Landing 754 03 

Okanagan Mission 977 68 

Oliver 1,453 41 

150 Mile House 374 11 

Owl Creek 329 80 

Oyama 784 58 

Pacific 262 52 

Parksville 2,437 86 

Peachland 1,284 11 

Pender Island 496 14 

Penny 390 54 

Penticton 18,685 92 

Perry Siding 565 85 

Pitt Meadows 550 79 

Port Alberni 6,850 74 

Port Alice 1,702 62 

Port Clements 294 90 

Port Coquitlam 3,017 25 

Port Essington 1,094 99 

Port Hammond 2,966 75 

Port Haney 4, 627 85 

Port Hardy 533 70 

Port Kells 361 08 

Port Mann 5.58 63 

Port Moody 2,760 88 

Port Simpson 696 80 

Port Washington 392 47 

Pouce Coupe 1,088 57 

Powell River 10,889 66 

Premier 1,817 82 

Prince George 12,412 93 

Prince Rupert *35,439 85 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 34,436 46 

Sub-Office No. 1 1,003 39 

Princeton 5,018 90 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Continued 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA— Conhnt/ei 



63 



Name of Office 



Revenue 



$ cts. 

Pritchard 347 67 

Procter 787 76 

Qualicum Beach 1,743 67 

Quathiaski Cove 773 97 

Quatsino 1,166 12 

Queen Charlotte 675 50 

Queen's Bay 268 90 

Quesnel 2,891 96 

Quick Station 303 59 

Quilchena 194 00 

Red Gap 584 51 

Red Pass 480 63 

Renata 337 02 

Revelstoke 14,220 40 

RiondeL 644 97 

Riske Creek 255 75 

River Jordan 617 46 

Robson 485 22 

Rock Bay 897 15 

Rock Creek 516 28 

Rolla 486 70 

Rosedale 787 89 

Rossland 8,621 20 

Royal Oak 3,064 30 

Royston Station 516 09 

Ruskin 652 31 

Rutland 600 75 

Saanichton 1,260 19 

Salmo 951 30 

Salmon Arm 8,877 78 

Salt Spring Island 659 13 

Sandon 1,842 60 

Sand wick 654 41 

Sardis 3,060 00 

Saturna 347 12 

Savona 495 10 

Sayward 4."^ 4 02 

Seaford 109 25 

Sechelt 1,090 60 

Shawinigan Lake 1, 931 70 

Shore Acres 246 42 

Shuswap 214 62 

Sicamous 1,950 45 

Sidney 4, 605 53 

Silverdale 295 63 

Silverton 922 65 

Simoom Sound 490 73 

Sirdar 459 89 

Skeena Crossing 110 99 

Slocan 1,072 50 

Smithers 4,854 73 

Sointula 600 70 

Solsqua 353 31 

Somenos 312 20 

Sooke 962 29 

Sorrento 467 14 

Southbank 177 80 

South Fort George 339 37 

South Slocan 448 34 

South Wellington 591 80 

South Westminster 219 72 

Spence's Bridge 570 53 

Sperling Station 242 48 

Spuzzum 1,277 17 

Squamish 1,583 18 

Stave Falls 2, 145 74 

Steveston 2,829 28 

Stewart 3, 114 35 

Sullivan Station 507 53 

Summerland 3,008 91 

Surf Inlet 762 83 

Surrey Centre 473 40 

Tappen 574 74 

Telkwa 1, 156 43 



Name of Office Revenue 
S cts. 

Terrace 2,412 89 

Thrums 265 75 

Thurlow 438 78 

Tod Inlet 689 95 

Tofino 634 38 

Trail 19,814 17 

Tranquille 2,358 05 

Trout Lake 117 68 

Tulameen 454 72 

Ucluelet 493 88 

Union Bay 1,900 43 

Usk 491 95 

Vananda 667 12 

Vancouver *1,244,631 40 

*Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 790,509 92 

Station B 76,050 86 

Station C 11,428 73 

Station D 26,944 50 

North Vancouver Postal Station. . 13,485 89 

Sub-office No. 1 4,403 41 

Sub-office No. 2 7,358 94 

Sub-office No. 3 37,534 61 

Sub-office No. 4 1,492 54 

Sub-office No. 5 6,591 47 

Sub-office No. 6 941 61 

Sub-office No. 7 12,905 68 

Sub-office No. 8 11,200 41 

Sub-office No. 9 2,631 21 

Sub-office No. 10 2,606 95 

Sub-office No. 11 1,802 71 

Sub-office No. 12 7,963 78 

Sub-office No. 14 7,172 03 

Sub-office No. 15 5,495 42 

Sub-office No. 16 3,291 90 

Sub-office No. 17 32,761 39 

Sub-office No. 18 5,759 41 

Sub-office No. 19 58,855 73 

Sub-office No. 20 4,322 56 

Sub-office No. 21 1,564 74 

Sub-office No. 22 2,283 55 

Sub-office No. 23 940 43 

Sub-office No. 24 1,133 00 

Sub-office No. 25 55,996 64 

Sub-office No. 26 1,369 45 

Sub-office No. 27 1,711 43 

Sub-office No. 28 528 44 

Sub-office No. 29 1,535 67 

Sub-office No. 30 874 03 

Sub-office No. 31 8,579 19 

Sub-office No. 32 3,928 00 

Sub-office No. 33 1,535 07 

Adela 2,779 09 

Britcola 345 08 

Capitol Hill 288 40 

Cedar Cottage 2,430 08 

City Heights... 4,666 21 

Fraser Avenue 1,802 44 

Grimmett 459 81 

Hastings 632 60 

JanesRoad 1,201 26 

Joyce 1,493 11 

North Arm 1,097 04 

South Hill •• 4,683 00 

Sunnydene 2, 129 74 

Vancouver Heights 4,091 49 

Winnot 1,040 75 

Vanderhoof 2,219 14 

Vernon 27,608 91 

Victoria *264,975 73 

•Divided as follows: — 

Head Office 214,728 06 

Sub-office No. 1 5,974 18 

Sub-office No. 2 1,350 89 



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Gross Postal Revenue of Accounting Offices — Concluded 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA— Concluded 



Name of Office Re^ 

$ 

Victoria — Con. 

Sub-office No. 3 3, 

Sub-office No. 4 2. 

Sub-office No. 5 1, 

Sub-office No. 6 3, 

Sub-office No. 7 2, 

Sub-office No. 8 

Sub-office No. 9 1, 

Sub-office No. 10 

Sub-office No. 11 

Sub-office No. 12 3, 

Sub-office No. 18 6, 

Sub-office No. 19 

Sub-office No. 20 

Sub-office No. 21 8, 

Beaumont 2, 

Esquimalt 

Thoburn 1, 

1 illicum 

Willow Park 

Waldo 

Walhachin 

Waneta 

Wardner 1 , 

Wasa 

Webster's Corners 



'^enue 
cts. 


547 32 


018 20 


832 68 


638 00 


553 17 


918 48 


227 93 


379 00 


706 00 


689 55 


944 62 


897 20 


625 12 


453 74 


120 60 


460 36 


691 06 


708 78 


510 79 


785 98 


434 21 


360 49 


326 73 


179 45 


368 78 



Name of Office Revenue 
$ cts. 

Wellington 988 61 

Westbank 848 65 

West Grand Forks 596 37 

Westholme 1,011 22 

West Summerland 4,736 61 

Whaletown 439 87 

White Rock 3, 105 83 

Whonnock 898 44 

Williams Lake 2,575 29 

Wilmer 392 81 

Windermere 295 58 

Winlaw 385 93 

Wistaria 152 11 

Woodfibre 1,492 04 

Wycliffe 1,242 34 

Wynndel 870 84 

Yahk 2, 109 57 

Yale 759 53 

Ymir 734 66 

Non- Accounting Pos. Offices 71, 218 50 

2,457,951 72 
Less — Value of Postage Stamps affixed 

to Postal Notes 3, 647 58 

2,454,304 14 



YUKON 



Carcross 

Carmacks 

Dawson 


817 29 

193 21 

5,158 14 


Less — Value of Postage Stamps affixed 
to Postal Notes 


' 18 20 


Mayo Landing 

White Horse 


1,330 33 
3,368 64 






12,251 77 


Non- Accounting Post Offices 


1,402 36 












12,269 97 





REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 



65 



REVENUE OF NON-ACCOUNTING POST OFFICES 

Revenue Collected by Postmasters of Non-Accounting Post Offices in the Dom- 
inion of Canada during the year ended March 31, 1926 



Name of Post Office 



Abbeville 

Abee 

Abenakis 

Abenakis Springs 

Aberdeen 

Aberfeldy 

Abilene 

Abitibi (opened 20-1-26) 

Abney, Lot 64 

Abram River 

Aeaciaville 

Acadie 

Acadie Siding 

Ada 

Adair 

Adams 

Adams Lake 

Adamson (closed 15-8-25) 

Adanac (summer office) (open 

ed 1-7-25) 

Adderley 

Addington Forks 

Aden 

Admaston (closed 15-8-25) 

Admiral Rock 

Advance 

Aetna 

Afton Station 

Agapit 

Agardsley ■ 

Aguanish 

Ahmic Lake 

Ahousat 

Ahuntsic 

Ainslie Glen 

Ainslie Point (re-opened 1-6- 

25) 

Ainslieview 

Airy 

Aiyansh 

Aklavik 

Alainbourg 

Alamo 

Alba 

Albas 

Alba Station 

Alberta Beach (closed 26-10- 

25) 

Albert Bridge 

Albert Canyon 

Albertine 

Albert Mines 

Albert Mines 

Albert Park 

Alberton 

Albertown 

Albion 

Albion 

Albion Ridge 

Albreda 

Alcida 

Alcona 

Alcona Beach (summer office) 

(opened 3-8-25) 

Alcorn 

Alder Point 

Alder River 



Province 



Man 

Alberta... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta... 

Ont 

P.E.I 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

Sask 

Sask 

Sask 

B.C 

Ont 



Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.B 

Man 

P.Q. ... 

Ont 

B.C 

P.Q 

N.S 



N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.W.T. 
P.Q... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 



Alberta. 

N.S 

B.C 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Sask.... 
P.E.I... . 

Ont 

Alberta. 

B.C 

N.B 

Ont 



Ont.. 
N.B. 

N.S. 
N.S. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

12 00 
230 45 
101 00 
174 95 

75 95 
126 75 

15 00 

20 00 
163 30 

74 50 
288 12 

114 00 

115 00 
46 00 

75 00 
141 14 

74 00 



61 00 
34 53 

71 25 
116 35 

32 71 

72 00 
24 35 

151 50 
118 07 
18 00 
21 00 
31 66 
77 00 
212 74 
(a) 

33 27 

16 00 

14 00 

156 00 

137 75 

30 00 
50 56 

181 00 
41 00 

31 00 
24 00 

160 55 

73 80 
329 12 
254 90 
310 73 
121 75 
166 25 
129 00 
109 25 

74 70 
131 43 

60 50 
149 55 

63 00 
113 15 

Nil 

50 50 

148 20 

27 00 



Name of Post Office 



Aldershot 

Aldersville 

Alderville 

Alderwood 

Aldina 

Aldouane 

Alencon 

Alert 

Alexanders Point 

Alexandria 

Alexandrina 

Alexis Creek 

Alexo 

Alford 

Alice 

Alingly 

Alkali Lake 

AUainville 

Allan Hills 

Allandale 

Allan's Comers 

Allard 

Allco 

AUegra 

Allendale 

Allen Grove 

Allen's Mills 

Allerston 

AlLsaw 

Alma 

Alma 

Almasippi (closed 1-7-25) 

Almaville 

Alma West 

Alpha 

Alpine Ridge 

Alta Lake 

Alticane 

Alton 

Alvena 

Alvin 

Armaranth Station 

Amateur 

Amelia 

Amethyst (closed 31-3-25).. . . 

Ammon 

Anagance Ridge 

Anderson 

Anfield 

Ange Gardien, Est 

Angeline 

Anglemont 

Angouldme 

Anjou 

Annable 

Annandale 

Annette 

Annidale 

Anning 

Anola 

Anse-4-Mercier 

Anse au Griffon, Est 

Anthony 

Antigonish Harbour 

Antigonish Har. (South Side) 

Antrim 

Anvers 



Province 



Ont 

N.S.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
Sask.... 
N.B... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
B.C.... 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Sask.... 

B.C 

N.B 

Sask.... 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

Man 

N.S 

B.C 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

P.E.I... 

Man 

P.Q 

N.B 

Sask 

N.S 

B.C 

Sask 

N.S 

Sask 

B.C 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask 

Alberta. 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

N.S 



Sask 

N.B 

Alberta.. 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 



Revenue 

S cts. 

1,154 30 

151 00 

47 00 

54 00 

22 00 

132 00 
88 83 
42 30 
29 00 
90 00 
22 00 

257 60 
715 68 
39 25 
130 90 
210 07 
98 00 
62 00 
37 50 

22 00 
95 50 

133 05 
1,487 00 

32 00 
483 75 

21 75 
148 50 
100 01 

54 55 
329 83 
324 30 
Nil 
346 25 

83 00 

35 00 

23 00 
400 25 

5 00 

172 68 

72 04 

248 75 

66 65 

36 00 
54 61 

Nil 

25 00 

19 00 

45 01 

61 00 

9 45 

151 82 

112 46 

27 95 
191 04 

76 40 

32 50 

103 90 

222 25 

76 60 

178 52 

111 25 

97 00 

42 00 

25 95 

45 00 

28 30 
25 00 



(a) For revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices 
23144-6 



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Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Anvil Island 

Appelo 

Apple River 

Aquadell 

Arabella (closed 11-7-25) 

Arbeau (ciosed 31-i2-25) 

Arbor Vitae 

Arbury (opened 1-3-26) 

Archibald 

Archibald Settlement 

Archive 

Archydal 

Arctic Red River 

Ardbeg 

Ardenville 

Ardkenneth 

Ardmore 

Ardness 

Argenta 

Argentenay 

Argolis 

Argonaut 

Argyle 

Argyle 

Argyle Head 

Argyle Sound 

Argyle South 

Arisaig 

Arkell 

Arlington 

Arlington West 

Armagh Station 

Armitage 

Armorique (summer office) . . 

Armstrong 

Armstrong's Brook 

Armstrong's Corner 

Arnes 

Arnold 

Arrandale 

Arras 

Arsenault 

Arthurville 

Artois 

Arvilla 

Ash 

Ashdad 

Ashdale 

Ashfield 

Ashkirk 

Ashley 

Ashmore 

Ash Point. 

Ash ton Station 

Askilton 

Asinka (summer office) 

Asor 

Aspdin 

Aspen 

Aspen Beach (summer office) . 

Aspen Grove 

Aspotogan 

Asselin 

Aston Station 

Astwood 

Atalante 

Atchelitz 

Atkinson 

Atlantic 

Atlas 

Atnarko 

Atwood's Brook 

Aubigny 



Province 


Revenue 




$ cts.. 


B.C 


31 00 


Ont 


144 59 


N.S. 


364 85 


Sask 


17 10 


Sask 


25 


Man 


205 00 


N.B 


29 92 


Ont 


95 95 


Sask 


15 00 


N.S 


46 40 


N.B 


40 00 


Sask 


409 03 


Sask 


239 65 


Alberta... 


24 00 


Ont 


811 98 


Alberta... 


27 90 


Sask 


23 70 


Alberta... 


140 95 


N.S 


85 15 


B.C 


85 46 


P.Q...... 


186 75 


Ont 


198 47 


Ont 


712 88 


N.B 


211 19 


N.S 


178 00 


N.S 


175 00 


N.S 


196 00 


N.S 


92 00 


N.S 


149 47 


Ont 


127 05 


N.S 


20 60 


N.S 


Nil 


P.Q 


225 25 


Ont 


63 50 


P.Q 


20 00 


P.Q 


174 50 


N.B 


59 89 1 


N.B 


134 00 


Man 


331 65 


N.S 


87 95 


B.C 


184 75 


B.C 


24 93 


P.Q 


6 00 


P.Q 


113 75 


P.Q 


67 50 


Alberta... 


41 75 


Ont 


64 25 


Ont 


209 50 


N.S 


12 00 


N.S 


28 25 


Man 


38 88 


Sask 


23 50 


N.S 


158 20 


N.B 


19 00 


Ont 


83 00 


N.S 


31 00 


Ont 


85 70 


Sask 


334 10 


Ont 


323 50 


N.S 


212 37 


Alberta... 


146 65 


B.C 


36 24 


N.S 


91 35 


P.Q 


21 00 


P.Q 


94 50 


Sask 


37 70 


P.Q 


97 98 


B.C 


180 50 


Sask 


115 00 


N.S 


44 60 


Sask 


122 20 


B.C 


27 90 


N.S...... 


170 50 


Man 


184 00 



Name of Post Office 



Aubumdale 

Auburndale 

Aubumville 

Aulac 

Auld 

Auldgirth 

Auld's Cove 

Australian 

Auvergne 

Avalon 

Avery's Portage 

Avebury 

Avola 

Avon 

Avondale 

Avondale Station 

Avonport 

Axe Lake 

Aylsham 

Babineau 

Baccaro 

Baddeck Bay 

Baddeck Bridge 

Baddeck River, North 

Branch 

Badger 

Badger Lake 

Bale de la Trinite 

Bale des Bacons 

Bale des Cedres 

Bale des Rochers 

Baied'Urfe (summer office).. 

Bale Johan Beetz 

Bale Ste. Anne 

Baie St-Laurent 

Baird 

Baker 

Baker Settlement 

Balaclava 

Bald Rock 

Bala Park (summer office) . . . 

Baldwin 

Baleine 

Baljennie 

Ballantine 

Ballantyne's Cove 

Balla Philip 

Ballinora 

Balm 

Balmoral 

Balmoral Mills 

Balsam 

Balsam Bay 

Balvenie 

Bamberg 

Bangs Falls 

Banks of Broad Cove 

Bannock 

Bannon (closed 30-6-25) 

Baptiste 

Baraca 

Barachois 

Barachois Harbour 

Barachois Nord 

Barachois Ouest 

Bar de Cocagne 

Bardsville 

Barford 

Barker's Point 

Barkfield 

Bark Lake 

Barkmere (summer office) . . . 
Barkway 



Province 



N.S.... 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
P.Q.... 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
Sask. . . , 
B.C.... 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B.... 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

N.S.... 

Man 

Alberta 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
Sask.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
Sask.... 
Alberta, 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Man... . 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Sask 

N.B.... 

Ont 

Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B.... 

Man 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
Ont 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

44 51 
128 70 
106 50 
376 55 
153 30 

76 09 
384 03 

95 84 
364 50 
122 00 

97 00 

52 50 
288 98 

12 50 

27 00 
224 46 

76 58 

31 60 

16 00 

18 00 
197 31 

45 00 
69 20 

20 00 
202 50 

66 10 
115 75 

72 01 
441 35 

67 00 

28 75 
90 75 

132 00 
185 50 

71 00 
65 30 

211 25 
122 30 

28 60 
209 25 
218 96 

5 00 
63 58 

41 25 
110 91 

17 00 
58 00 

65 00 

29 95 
94 50 

151 33 
43 48 
22 66 

297 00 

73 15 

32 00 
160 50 
Nil 
308 05 

21 25 

106 55 

72 25 
54 75 

128 50 

63 25 

122 30 

107 68 
140 25 

66 00 
20 00 

42 25 
146 25 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



67 



Name of Post OflSce 



Barnard 

Barlochan 

Barnet 

Barney River Station 

Barney's River 

Barnhart 

Barnes Crossing (opened 1-10 

25) 

Barnhart Vale 

Barnesdale , 

Barnesville , 

Barnston Island 

Barrage St-Narcisse , 

Barra Glen 

Barra Head 

Barre 

Barrett Lake 

Barrieau 

Barriefield 

Barrier Lake 

Barrington 

Barrio's Beach 

Barry River 

Barry's Corner 

Barry vale 

Barryville 

Bartholomew 

Bartibog 

Bartibog Bridge 

Bartibogue Station 

Barvas 

Bas de la Bale 

Bas de I'Anse 

Base lane Road 

Baskatong 

Bass Creek 

Bassin du Li^vre 

Bass River Point 

Basswood Ridge 

Batchawana 

Bateston 

Batesville (summer oflHice) . . . 

Bathgate 

Bath Road 

Bathurst Mines 

Batiscan Station 

Batoche 

Battle Bend 

Battle Creek 

Battle Ridge 

Battle Valley 

Battleview 

Baxter's Harbour 

Baxterville 

Bayard 

Bay end 

Bay du Vin 

Bay du Vin Mills 

Bayer Settlement 

Bayfield 

Bayham 

Bayhead 

Bayport 

Bay Road Valley 

Bayside 

Bayside 

Bay St. Lawrence 

Bayswater 

Bayswater 

Bayswater 

Bayton 

Bay View 



Province 



P.Q. 

Ont. 
B.C. 

N.S. 
N.S. 
Ont.. 



Sask 

B.C.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Sask.... 
P.Q... 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
Sask.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
P.Q... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B.... 
P.Q... 
Sask.... 
Alberta. 
Sask. . . . 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Alberta. 

N.S 

Sask 

PQ 

Man 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

N.S 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

86 00 
125 75 
928 95 
141 25 
251 46 

55 25 

29 00 

51 10 

179 75 

198 39 

75 00 

455 15 

37 00 

31 00 

212 85 

60 50 

25 50 

123 50 

101 50 

192 87 

133 65 

31 15 

29 88 

106 15 

98 00 

28 50 

42 00 

143 00 
34 25 

116 10 
50 75 
69 00 

34 25 
242 01 

35 00 

20 40 
69 70 
48 25 

108 42 
76 75 
31 00 

21 50 
(a) 

222 00 

602 45 

85 00 

144 00 
40 20 
40 87 

22 00 
50 00 

34 25 

35 23 
28 55 
56 01 

893 50 

31 47 

60 50 
133 01 
146 60 
299 90 
146 65 

18 50 
164 15 

90 00 
137 50 

63 00 
146 75 

(6) 

98 72 
196 75 



Name of Post Office 



Bay View 

Beach Meadows 

Beaconsfield 

Beaconsfield 

Bear Cave 

Bear Cove (Chfiticamp) 

Bear Flat 

Bear Island 

Bear Line 

Bear Point 

Bear River East 

Bear River 

Bears Pass 

Beatonville 

Beatrice 

Beauchamp (summer office) . 

Beauchcne 

Beaudoin 

Beaudoin Centre 

Beaufort 

Beaulac • 

Beaumont 

Beaumont 

Beaumont, Est (opened 26-9- 
25) 

Beauport, Est 

Beaurepaire 

Beaus6jour 

Beausoleil 

Beauval 

Beauvallon 

Beaver 

Beaver Bank 

Beaver Bluff 

Beaver Brook 

Beaver Brook Station 

Beaver Cove 

Beaver Creek 

Beaver Crossing 

Beaver Dale 

Beaverdam (opened 1-7-25)... 

Beaver Flat 

Beaver Harbour 

Beaver House 

Beaver Lake 

Beaver Lake 

Beaverley 

Beaver River 

Beaver Valley 

Beazer 

Beckenham 

Beckville 

Bedard (Late Station Be- 
dard) (opened 1-2-25) 

Bede (Late Ruth) (opened 

1-8-25) 

Bedford ville 

Bedworth 

Beech Hill 

Beech Hill Farms 

Beechmont 

Beechmont North 

Beechville 

Beersville 

Begin 

Bekevar 

Belair , 

Beland (opened 15-8-25) 

B^langer 

B61anger Siding 

Belbeck 

Belbutte 



Province 



N.B... 
N.S... 
Man. . . 
P.Q... 
Ont.... 
N.S... 
B.C.. 
Ont.... 
Ont.... 
N.S... 
N.S... 
P.E.I. . 
Ont. . . . 
N.S... 
Ont.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
N.B... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
N.B... 



P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask 

Alberta... 

B.C 

N.S 

Sask 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

B.C 

Alberta... 

Sask 

Alberta... 

Sask 

N.S 

Sask 

B.C 

Alberta... 

B.C 

N.S 

Sask 

Alberta... 

Sask 

Man 



P.Q. 



Man. 
Sask. 
Ont.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.B.. 
P.Q.. 
Sask. 
Man.. 
P.Q.. 
Sask. 
P.Q.. 
Sask. 
Sask. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

27 75 
219 00 

22 70 

175 95 

35 00 

78 20 

44 00 
594 00 
358 00 

184 75 
155 00 
308 25 

71 45 

59 75 
123 00 

58 00 
480 60 

46 00 

78 80 
121 25 

41 00 
232 05 

54 00 

30 01 

83 00 

272 00 

160 35 

67 25 

93 00 

83 95 
210 99 
243 50 

19 00 

25 00 

129 75 

126 95 

94 25 

84 70 
54 00 

10 m 

185 34 
133 OO 

60 10 
86 7& 
12 10 

28 OO 
215 61 

45 25 
62 30 
43 00 
16 00 

254 00 

118 80 
39 00 
90 26 

18 00 
66 25 
15 25 

9 00 

19 00 
138 75 

47 05 

15 OO 

68 25 

87 04 

44 50 

239 33 

187 00 

128 75 



(a) For revenue see under Kingston Sub-Offices. 
23l44-6i 



(6) For revenue see under Ottawa Sub-Officesu 



68 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Bellavance 

Bellcamp 

Belle Anse 

Belle Cote 

Belle Creek 

Belledune 

Belledune River 

Belief euille 

Bellefleur 

Bellefontaine 

Bellegarde 

Belle Marche 

Belleview 

Belleville 

Belleville North 

Belleville South 

Bellevue Station 

Belley 

Bell Grove 

Bellhampton 

Bellingha'in 

Belli veau Village 

Bell Mills 

Bell Mount 

Bell Neck 

Belloni 

Bell Rapids 

Bellshil) 

Belmina 

Belmore 

Belvedere 

Belvoir 

Benacadie 

Benacadie Pond 

Benacadie West 

Benard 

Benbecula 

Bench (opened 1-8-25) 

Ben Eoin 

Benjamin's Mills 

Benjamin River 

Ben Lomond 

Bennett 

Bensham 

Bent River 

Berens River 

Bergen 

Bergeron 

Bergfield 

Bergland 

Berlo 

Bernard 

Bernier 

Berny 

Berry Hill 

Berryer 

Berry Mill Station 

Berrymoor 

Berthe 

Bernatchez 

Bertrand 

B6rube , 

Berwick West , 

Bestville 

Bestwick 

Bethel..., , 

Bethesda 

Bethnal , 

Beulah , 

Betsiamites 

Beynes 

Bezanson 



P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q. 

N.S. 

P.E.I. 

N.B. 

N.B. 

P.Q. 

N.B. 

N.S. 

Sask. 

N.S. 

Man. 

N.B. 

N.S. 

N.S. 

Ont. 

P.Q. 

N.B. 

Man. 

Ont. 

N.B. 

N.B 

P.Q. 

N.S. 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. . 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. . 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

Sask , 

Ont 

Man 

Sask 

P.Q 

Alberta.., 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B 

Alberta... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.S 

Sask 

B.C 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask 

Alberta... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

78 25 

38 00 

268 GO 

196 40 

233 25 

294 00 

169 75 

33 25 

85 40 

48 00 

66 55 

87 25 

263 40 

77 25 

81 00 

59 95 

128 45 

24 00 

52 27 

56 60 
62 25 
22 00 

18 50 
45 50 
44 00 

131 00 

37 64 
112 50 

29 95 
357 25 
424 77 

54 00 

65 77 
21 27 

40 00 
163 30 

26 76 

43 00 

30 00 

31 26 
191 15 

70 00 
50 50 

38 00 
119 00 
131 30 
114 00 

62 00 

39 98 
612 91 

41 45 

40 00 
11 80 

44 25 

25 65 
166 67 
130 90 
102 91 

9 00 
104 00 

66 00 
81 50 

19 00 
149 00 

57 00 
109 85 
104 10 
100 00 

53 50 
766 02 

30 00 
43 00 



Name of Post Office 



Bickerdike 

Bickle 

Bickford 

Bideford 

Bickleigh 

Bifrost 

Big Bank 

Big Bar Creek 

Big Beach 

*Big Beaver 

Big Brook 

Big Cedar Point (summer 

office) 

Big Creek 

Big Falls (opened 1-3-26). . . 

Big Fork 

Bigger Ridge 

Big Glen 

Big Harbour 

Big Harbour Centre 

Big Harbour Island 

Big Intervale (Cape North) 
Big Intervale (Margaree) . . . 

Big Island 

Big Lorraine 

Big Marsh 

Big Meadow 

Big Muddy 

Big Pond 

Big Pond Centre 

Big Port r Hubert 

Big Prairie 

Big Ridge 

Big Ridge South 

Big Spring 

Big Stick Lake (closed 30-11- 

25) 

Big Stone 

Bigwin Island (summer office) 

Big Woody 

Bilby 

Billimun 

Bingley 

Bingville 

Bircham 

Birchbank 

Birch Bay 

Birch Brook 

Birch Island 

Birch Lake 

Birch Plain 

Birch Ridge 

Birch Siding 

Birchtown 

Bird River 

Birdsalls 

Bird tail 

Bird's Creek 

Birdsholm 

Birken 

Birkendale 

Bishopville 

Black Avon 

Black Brook 

Blackburn 

Blackburn Mine 

Blackdale 

Black Donald 

Blackett's Lake 

Black Hawk 

Black Heath 

Black Hills (closed 25-10-24).. 



Province 



Alberta. 
B.C.... 

Ont 

P.E.I... 

Sask 

Man 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

Sask 

N.S 



Ont 

B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S.... 

N.S 

Sask.... 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta. 
Sask. . . . 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 

B.C 

Man 

N.S 

B.C 

Sask 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

Man 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

Yukon... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
74 GO 
52 77 

242 54 
26 00 
77 50 
26 00 
47 00 
68 00 

144 60 

15 00 

16 00 

230 00 
132 36 

200 00 

103 47 
90 90 

28 50 
16 00 
35 00 
21 00 
30 00 
40 50 
73 00 

16 03 
25 00 
34 79 

68 81 
51 00 
94 00 

58 32 
217 40 

30 00 

51 25 
15 12 

59 00 

69 74 
1,787 50 

8 25 

70 30 
32 00 

31 21 
106 00 
298 67 
227 95 

68 75 

29 00 
322 38 

20 50 

32 30 
24 09 

52 25 
206 07 

71 85 

201 56 
356 75 
155 00 

86 50 
138 75 
248 00 

9 00 
39 00 
23 00 

104 63 

33 50 
45 20 

17 00 
2 81 

208 40 
262 20 
Nil 



*Credit for new officd not yet opened. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accountigg Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Black Land 

Black Pines 

Black Point 

Black Point, Queens 

Black Pool 

Black River, Northumber- 
land 

Black River, St. John 

Black River Bridge 

Black Rock 

Black Rock, Victoria 

Blacks Harbour 

Blackstone 

Blackstone Lake 

Blacktail 

Blackwood 

Blades 

Blaeberry 

Blair 

Blair Athol 

Blairhampton 

Blairton 

Blais 

Blanchard Road 

Blanchard Settlement 

Blanche 

Blanchet 

Blandford 

Blewett 

Blind Bay 

Blind Channel 

Bliss Landing 

Block 14 

Bloedel (opened 15-11-25) 

Bloom field 

Bloomfield Ridge 

Blooming 

Bloomington 

Bloomsburv 

Blue Bell 

Blueberry Creek 

Blueberry Mountain (opened 
1-1-26) 

Blue Cove 

Blue Mountain 

Blue Mountain Bend 

Blue Rock 

Blueskv 

Blue's Mill 

Bluff Creek 

Boakview 

Bobs Lake 

Bocage 

Bodham 

Bodniin (opened 1-2-26) 

Bogart 

Boggy Creek 

Boian 

Boisdale 

Bois de I'Ail 

Boishfebert 

Boivin 

Bold Point 

Bolingbroke 

Bolkow 

Bon Accord 

Bon Air (summer office) 

Bonaventure Island 

Bon D6sir 

Bon Echo (summer office) 

Bonlea 

Boninville 



Province 



N.B.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 

N.S.. .. 
B.C.... 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Alberta 

Sask 

Alberta 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Sask 

N.S.... 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
B.C.... 

Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
Man.. . . 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q ... 
Man.. . . 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Man. . . . 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 
N.B.... 
P.Q... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B.... 

Ont 

P.Q... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

Alberta 
Ont 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
217 00 
37 35 
255 00 
283 25 
240 89 

92 82 
106 00 
157 00 

57 00 

20 00 
1,482 00 

44 50 

101 23 

22 00 
128 75 

254 36 
41 65 

372 00 
105 00 

23 00 
50 00 

24 20 

19 00 
109 00 

255 80, 
78 00 

148 55 

53 75 
190 00 

248 02 
116 44 

15 00 

217 55 

65 00 

92 40 

54 00 

21 50 
160 05 

102 09 
426 70 

23 00 

60 00 

178 00 

47 00 

288 00 

192 23 

63 70 

81 94 

97 95 

95 58 

52 00 

20 00 
43 00 

141 00 

103 00 
91 65 

249 70 
120 00 

34 00 
40 30 
86 29 
103 75 
229 00 
30 50 
135 00 
36 00 

53 45 
185 00 

40 25 
112 00 



Name of Post Office 



Bonnechere 

Bonne Esperance 

Bonne Madone 

Bonney River Station 

Bonnie Doon 

Bonnie Glen 

Bonnington Falls 

Bon Secours 

Boom Road 

Booth 

Bordeaux 

Borderland 

Bordenwood 

Boskung 

Botsford Portage 

Bouchard 

Boucher 

Boucherville 

Boudreau 

Boudreauville 

Boudreau Village 

Bouffard 

Bougainville 

Bough ton Island 

Boulanger 

Boularderie 

Boularderie Centre 

Boularderie East 

Boularderie West 

Boulay 

Boulter 

Boundary Creek 

Boundary Creek 

Boundary Falls 

BoundaTy Presqu'Ile (closed 

16-7-25) 

Bourbon 

Bourdeau 

Bourgeois 

Bourgeois Mills 

Bourg Louis 

Bourgogne 

Bourlamaque (summer office) 

Bournival 

Bousquet 

Bout de risle 

Bout du Monde 

Boutilier Point 

Boutin 

Bowesville 

Bowman ton 

Boyd's 

Boyer 

Boyne Lake 

Boynton. 

Bijackenrig.' 

Brackley Beach 

Brada (closed 15-2-26) 

Bradley (opened 13-10-25). . . . 

Bradley Creek 

Bradore Bay 

Bramber 

Branch Brook 

Branch La Have 

Bransfield 

Brantville 

Bras d'Apic 

Brass Hill 

Brazil Lake 

Breault Mill 

Breau Village 

Brfeche k Manon 



Province 



Ont 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

N.B 

Man 

Alberta. 

B.C 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.E.I... 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.B 

B.C 



N.B. ... 
P.Q 

Ont 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

Sask.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 

P.Q 

P.Q... 

P.Q 

N.S.... 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta. 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 
Alberta. 
P.Q... 

Ont 

P.E.I... 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q... 
N.S.... 
N.B .... 
N.S.... 
N.B... 
N.B... 
P.Q... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 
N.B... 
P.Q... 



Revenue 

S cts. 

69 00 

60 00 

136 90 

342 00 

64 00 
21 77 

656 15 

67 00 

207 20 

134 00 
(a) 

71 29 

46 00 
145 80 

48 00 
57 64 
10 00 

15 75 
74 00 

143 70 
26 00 
99 25 

53 10 
28 00 

368 95 

65 00 
97 55 
44 00 
42 95 

16 25 
228 42 

69 25 
113 00 

82 50 

5 00 
16 00 

60 00 
56 00 

61 02 

70 00 
20 25 

47 50 
47 00 
60 00 
(a) 
36 86 

264 70 

62 14 
70 80 

36 00 
16 20 

105 15 
189 00 

220 00 
65 01 

204 00 
40 00 
26 98 
23 00 
28 00 

135 75 

37 00 
96 00 

117 00 

54 40 
239 15 

221 65 
166 94 

46 00 
125 00 
200 50 



(a) For revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices. 



70 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Breckenridge Station 

Breda 

Bredin 

Bremen 

Brennan Hills 

Brennen 

Brentha 

Brentwood 

Brentwood 

Brentwood Bay 

Bretagneville 

Brethour 

Brewer 

Brewesterville (closed 30-1-26) 

Briar Lake 

Briarlea 

Bridge Lake 

Bridgeville 

Bridstow (closed 15-2-26).. 

Briereville - 

Brigade Lake 

Brigg's Corner 

Brighouse 

Brightbank 

Brightholme 

Bright Sand 

Brightside 

Brightsone 

Briley's Brook 

Brinkman's Corners 

Bristol Mines 

Bristol Ridge 

Britain 

Britainville 

Britannia Heights 

Brithdir 

Briton Cove 

Britonville 

Broadbent 

Broad Cove (Lunenburg).. 

Broad Cove Chapel 

Broad Cove Marsh 

Broadlands 

Broadwater 

Broadway 

Brockington 

Brock Monument (summer 
office) (opened 29-5-25) . . , 

Brodeur 

Brokenhead 

Brombury 

Broncho 

Bronson (closed 30-1-26). . . 

Bronson Settlement 

Bronx Park 

Brookdale 

Brookfield Mines 

Brookline 

Brooklyn Corner 

Brookside 

Brooksley 

Brookswood 

Brookvale 

Brook Village 

Brookville 

Brophy's 

Brora 

Brosseau 

Brotherston 

Brough 

Brower 

Brown 

Brownfield 

Brown Hill 



Province 



P.Q 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 
P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

B.C 

N.B 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Man 

N.S 

Sask.... 

B.C 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

B.C 

N.B 

B.C 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Sask 

Ont 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask. . . . 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

B.C 

N.S 

Sask.... 



Ont 

P.Q.... 

Man 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

B.C 

N.S...'., 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta. 
Ont 



Revenue 


$ cts. 


284 59 


10 00 


21 75 


250 05 


552 00 


150 08 


67 65 


278 75 


87 80 


297 00 


81 15 


34 10 


88 85 


4 30 


32 28 


31 25 


177 50 


277 00 


3 90 


24 60 


81 25 


38 50 


739 33 


24 75 


18 50 


121 50 1 


35 00 


30 25 


71 60 


113 00 


114 90 


212 00 


38 70 


29 00 


234 25 


94 49 


146 50 


42 00 


75 75 


403 00 


85 00 


17 00 


117 00 


68 45 


44 05 


71 05 


Nil 


37 25 ! 


63 74 


67 00 


60 00 


29 63 


40 00 


127 00 


99 10 


85 24 


31 00 


129 96 


107 41 


32 00 


109 83 


117 50 


146 00 


248 00 


15 00 


75 25 


249 00 


35 00 


42 60 


134 02 


193 75 


143 50 


153 01 



Name of Post Ofiice 



Browning Island (summer 

office) 

*Brownvale 

Brownsville 

Bruceton 

Brumlie 

Brunetville 

Brutus 

Bryant 

Bryants Corner 

Bryenton 

Brynmarl 

Bryon Island (summer office) 

Brysonville 

B-Say-Tah (summer office) . . 

Buck Creek, Late Blue Ra- 
pids (opened 1-6-25) 

Bucke 

Buckfield 

Buckhorn 

Buck Lake (summer office) 

Buckland Est (opened 16-1-26) 

Bucklaw 

Buckley (summer office) 

Buctouche Bay 

Budd Mills 

Buena Vista 

Buffalo Cap 

Buffalo Horn 

Buffalo Lake 

Buffalo View 

Buford 

Bugeaud 

Buller 

Bulstrode Station 

Bunglass 

Burfield 

Burgis 

Burk's Corners 

Burleigh Falls 

Burlington 

Burnaby 

Burnbank 

Burnley 

Burnside 

Burpee 

Burquitlam 

Burrard Inlet 

Burridge 

Burriss 

Burritt 

Burtch 

Burtqnsville 

Burwash , 

Bush Island 

Butcher (opened 1-12-25) . 

Butedale 

Butterby 

Butterton 

Byng 



Cabin Lake 

Cachalot 

Cache Creek 

Cacouna South 

office) 

Caie Settlement. . 

Cailmount 

Cails Mills 

Cain's Mountain. . 

Caistor Centre 

Calahoo 

Calais 

Caldbeck 



(summer 



Province 



Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Sask. . . . 

N.B 

N.B 

B.C.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask 



Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

Alberta. 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

Ont 

B.C 

Sask 

Sask 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 
P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask 

Alberta. 
Sask 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

Ont...... 

Man 

Ont 

B.C 

B.C 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

B.C 

Sask 

Sask 

Man 



Alberta. 

B.C 

B.C 



P.Q 

N.B 

Sask.... 
N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

91 00 
20 00 
60 00 
20 00 

25 40 

110 00 
74 15 

160 24 
52 25 

102 50 
81 25 
17 00 

289 07 
13 79 

26 01 
233 70 

62 00 
76 00 

7 98 
19 00 
48 20 

8 60 
47 00 
17 02 
80 25 
74 36 
42 00 
37 55 
12 00 

261 18 

40 35 

22 00 
252 50 

16 50 

93 02 

263 00 

65 50 

144 25 
150 41 
193 55 

23 00 
113 40 
209 63 

55 87 

192 20 

1,418 00 

145 80 
135 05 

50 75 

85 75 

50 29 

1,183 76 

111 78 

41 95 
605 12 

44 55 
30 27 

24 00 

24 50 
119 00 
126 20 

50 00 
4 00 

78 00 

51 50 
26 00 

369 35 
139 82 
141 33 
46 75 



* Credit for new office not yet opened. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



n 



Name of Post Office 



25 



Calderbank 

Caldwell 

Caldwell 

Caldwell Brook 

Caledonia 

Caledonia 

Caledonia Mills 

Calendula 

Calgary Sub-Office No. 7.. 

Calgary Sub-Office No. 16 

Calgary Sub-Office No. 23 

Calgary Sub-Office No. 
(closed 29-6-25) 

Calhoun 

Caliento 

California 

Callieres 

Calling Lake 

Cambria 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Camel Chute 

Cameron Lake 

Cameron's Mills 

Cameron Settlement 

Campbelldale 

Campbell Hill 

Campbell Mountain 

Campbellton 

Camperdown 

Camperdown 

Camperville 

Camp Lake 

Camp Morton (Late Haas) 
(opened 1-6-25) 

Camp Oconto (summer oflSce) 
(opened 6-7-25) 

Camp Ouareau (summer off- 
ice) 

Campsie 

Canaan 

Canaan Rapids 

Canada Creek 

Canal 

Canal Flats 

Canim Lake 

Cannamore 

Cannell 

Cannes 

Canning 

Canobie 

Canoe Cove 

Canoe Lake 

Canopus 

Canough Creek 

Cantin 

Canton 

Canton Begin 

Canton Tach6 (closed 18^ 
25) 

Canyon 

Cap-^-la-Baleine 

Cap-^-la-Branche 

Cap au Corbeau 

Cap au Renard 

Cap aux Oies 

Cap Bateau 

Cap d'Espoir 

Cap des Rosiers Est 

Cape Augnet 

Cape Chin 

Cape Croker 



Province 



Sask.... 
P.Q.... 
Alberta. 
N.B.... 

N.S 

P.E.I... 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Man 

N.B 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

B.C 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

Man 

Sask.... 



Man. 
Ont.. 



P.Q 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

B.C 

B.C 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

P.E.I... 

N.S 

Sask.... 

B.C 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 



P.Q. 
B.C. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
N.B. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
N.S. 
Ont.. 
Ont.. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

152 00 
46 58 
33 50 
89 25 

202 25 

24 00 

33 00 
12 40 
(a) 
(a) 
(«) 

(a) 

52 30 

265 11 

61 00 

43 85 

25 00 
59 25 

110 14 
55 00 
79 65 

112 25 
25 50 
73 40 
24 00 
29 20 
4 10 
63 50 

310 20 
20 00 

220 82 

44 55 

283 45 

149 85 

155 00 
12 55 

38 00 
20 00 

59 00 
278 10 
154 62 

89 81 
192 85 
120 20 
285 50 

61 80 
96 00 
85 00 
22 35 

34 72 
17 00 

62 00 
219 00 
185 50 

1 74 
426 50 

77 45 
187 35 

29 00 
106 80 

92 64 

39 00 
345 25 
170 36 

60 50 
59 00 

150 00 



Name of Post Office 



Cape Dauphin 

Cape de Moiselle Creek 

Cape Enrage 

Cape George 

Cape George Harbour 

Cape Jack 

Cape Negro 

Cape Negro Island 

Cape Sable Island (SouthSide) 

Cape Scott 

Cape Station 

Capitol Hill 

Caplan Est (Late Paimpol) 
(opened 15-12-25) 

Cap la Ronde 

Cap Lumiere 

Cappon 

Cap Rouge 

CapSt-Fidele 

Cap St-Ignace Station. . , 

Cap St-Martin 

Capstick 

Cap Tourmente 

Capucins 

Caramat 

Carbonneau 

Carcajou 

Cardell 

Cardross (Late Grace) . . 

Carey 

Carey's Hill 

Cariboo Gold Mines 

Cariboo Island 

Cariboo Islands 

Cariboo Marsh 

Carlea 

Carleton Ouest 

Carleton Village 

Carlin 

Carling 

Carlingford 

Carling Lake 

Carling Station 

Carlington 

Carlos 

Carlowrie 

Carlow 

Carlton Hill 

Carlyle Lake Resort (sum- 
mer office) 

Carmel 

Camagh 

Camforth 

Carnoustie 

Caron Brook 

Carr 

Carragana 

Carroll 

Carroll's Comers 

Carroll's Crossing 

Carrot Creek 

Carrot River 

Carr's Brook 

Carsonby (closed 15-1-26) 

Carter's Point 

Carterton 

Casault 

Casavant 

Casey 

Casgrain 

Caspaco 

Cassilis 



Province 



N.S. 
N.B. 
N.B. 

N.S. 
N.S. 
N.S. 
N.S. 
N.S. 
N.S. 
B.C. 
N.B. 
B.C. 



P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 

Man 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.S 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.S 

B.C 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Man 

N.B 

Alberta. 



Sask 

P.Q 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

N.B 

Ont 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. . 

Sask 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta. . 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

N.B 



Revenue 

$ eta. 
32 25 

107 00 

32 00 
67 00 

23 00 

28 65 
193 97 

92 00 
159 00 

90 90 

91 52 
(b) 

24 00 
73 00 

33 20 
171 04 

29 25 
32 00 

421 00 
131 00 

77 50 
104 23 
123 24 

108 41 
286 84 

48 05 

78 50 

92 30 
185 51 

239 15 
117 05 

14 00 
80 75 

15 00 
92 82 

73 35 
69 20 

167 00 
51 02 

19 55 
42 00 
60 00 

74 55 
21 50 
38 00 

20 20 
51 64 

182 60 

111 30 

73 80 

26 05 

35 25 

267 95 

138 66 

343 30 

49 80 

50 25 
173 84 

240 05 
41 00 

107 92 

51 50 
55 85 

127 50 
47 00 
50 25 

638 00 

16 00 
254 25 
146 25 



(o) For Revenue see under Calgary Sub-Offices. (6) For Revenue aee under Vancouver Sub-Offi eel 



72 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Castelneau 

Castle Bay 

Castle Coombe 

Castledale 

Castle Mountain (summer 

office) 

Castle Point 

Castlereagh 

Castle Rock 

Castonguay, (opened 4-8-25) . 

Catalone 

Catalone.Gut 

Catalone Road 

Catamount 

Cataract 

Catchacoma 

Cater 

Caulfield 

Cawood 

Cayer 

Cazaville 

Cecebe 

Cecil 

Cedar 

Cedarbrae 

Cedar Croft (summer office) . 

Cedarkine 

Cedar Lake 

Celtic 

Centennial 

Central Argyle 

Central Blissville 

Central Earl town 

Central Greenwich 

Central Grove 

Central Hampstead 

Central New Annan 

Central Port Mouton 

Central Waterville (closed 30- 

8-25) 

Central Wood Harbour 

Centre Acadie 

Centredale 

Centre Dummer 

Centre East Pubnico 

Centre Island 

Centre Millstream 

Centre Musquodoboit 

Centre Nappan 

Centre St. Simon 

Centre ton 

Centreview 

Centre Village 

Centreville 

Centreville East 

Chaffey's Locks 

Chagoness 

Chahoon 

Chailey 

Chalifoux 

Chambery 

Chambord Est 

Champagne 

Champigny 

Champcoeur 

Champigny 

Chance Harbour 

Chance Harbour 

Chandonnet 

Chandos 

Chantler 

Chantry 

Chapais 

Chapel Rock 



Province 


Revenue 




% cts. 


P.Q 


66 70 


N.S 


66 00 


Sask 


44 00 


B.C 


85 56 


Alberta. . . 


77 87 


Man 


253 53 


N.S 


29 95 


B.C 


91 50 


P.Q 


40 00 


N.S 


133 70 


N.S 


44 00 


N.S 


70 00 


N.B 


42 00 


Ont 


149 70 


Ont.. 


70 00 


Sask 


30 00 


B.C 


159 92 


P.Q 


33 02 


Man 


162 12 


P.Q 


251 50 


Ont 


69 75 


Sask 


30 05 


B.C 


493 50 


Ont 


156 11 


Ont 


98 00 


Man 


83 17 


Man 


11 25 


Sask 


34 50 


N.S 


48 00 


N.S 


263 00 


N.B 


351 20 


N.S 


17 02 


N.B 


281 75 


N.S 


167 71 1 


N.B 


110 80 


N.S 


80 19 


N.S 


285 10 


N.B 


3 08 


N.S 


97 50 


N.B 


85 00 


N.S 


30 00 


Ont 


60 62 


N.S 


216 66 


B.C 


34 96 


N.B 


36 10 


N.S 


249 25 


N.B 


239 64 


N.B 


74 25 


Ont 


341 95 


Ont 


28 75 


N.B 


5 00 


N.S 


537 00 


N.S 


60 00 


Ont 


792 00 


Sask.:.... 


91 25 


P.Q 


268 25 


Alberta. . . 


58 05 


P.Q 


30 00 


Sask 


101 00 


P.Q 


30 00 


Yukon — 


318 10 


P.Q 


548 80 


P.Q 


12 00 


P.Q 


548 80 


N.B 


240 75 


N.S 


32 00 


P.Q 


12 50 


Ont 


20 00 


Ont 


80 50 


Ont 


153 95 


P.Q 


97 00 


Alberta... 


35 50 



Name of Post Office 

Chapleau Station (summer 
office) 

Chaplin 

Chaplin Road 

Chapman 

Chapman Camp (opened 1 
8-25) 

Chappie 

Charlesbourg West 

Charleston 

Charleston 

Charleswood 

Charlos Cove 

Charron 

Chartersville , 

Chartrand Corner 

Chaswood 

Chateau Lake Louise (sum- 
mer office) 

Chater 

Chatham Head 

Chaudiere Basin 

Chaumont 

Cheam View 

Cheddar 

Chedderville, (opened 15-2-26) 

Cheecham 

Chce Kye 

Chelan, (opened 1-7-25). 

Chellwood 

Chelmsford 

Chelsea 

Chelsea Falls, (opened 14-12- 
25) 

Cheminis, (opened 6-1-26). . 

Chemin Neuf 

Cheney Station 

Ch6nier 

Cherryfield 

Cherryfield 

Cherry Hill 

Cherry Valley 

Cherry ville 

Cherrywood 

Chesterfield Inlet 

Chester Grant 

Chestermere Lake 

Chester Nord 

Chesterwold 

Chevalier 

Cheviot 

Chevrier 

Chezacut 

Chiasson 

Chichester 

Chief Lake 

Chikopi (summer office) 

Chilco 

Chimney Corner 

Chin 

Chinook Cove 

Chippawa Hill 

Chisholm 

Chisholm Mills 

Choate 

Chocolate Cove 

Choquette 

Chortitz 

Christian Island 

Christieville 

Christina 

Christina Lake 

Christopher Lake 

Chu Chua 

Chudleigh, (opened 15-3-26) 



Province 



P.Q. 

N.S. 
N.B. 
Ont.. 



B.C 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 



Alberta. 

Man 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

B.C 

Sask 

Sask 

N.B 

N.S 



P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

P.E.I... 

B.C 

Ont 

N.W.T.. 

N.S 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
P.Q. 



Sask 

Ont 

B.C 

N.B 

P.Q 

B.C 

Ont 

B.C 

N.S 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Ont 

N.S 

Alberta. 

B.C 

N.B 

P.Q 

Man 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

B.C 

Sask 

B.C 

Ont 



Revenue 

% cts. 
42 00 

62 96 

36 40 

106 00 

449 45 
67 00 

23 00 
205 00 
294 00 
145 55 
250 75 

16 00 

15 00 

132 00 

138 75 

4,695 01 
250 75 

222 00 
237 50 

21 16 

63 38 
70 50 
19 20 

175 00 
281 94 

37 00 
44 00 
70 40 

184 25 

602 00 
278 32 

35 00 
104 95 
162 00 

59 44 

24 00 
260 54 
267 35 

70 30 
250 00 

62 00 
28 75 

33 56 

64 00 
10 00 

257 85 

34 00 

35 60 

62 00 
199 00 

53 00 
90 00 

63 75 
35 00 

208 39 
230 17 

89 00 
13 30 

500 00 

204 40 

63 50 

37 00 

160 04 

107 69 
104 00 

90 05 

22 00 
26 75 

323 51 

25 00 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accountinp; Post Offices — Continued 



19 



Name of Post Ofl5ce 



Chudleigh (opened 15-3-26) . . 

Church Hill 

Church Lake 

Church House 

Church Over 

Churchview 

Chute Lake (summer office) 

Chute Nairn 

Chute Rouge 

Chute Shipshaw 

Chute Victoria 

Cinema 

Claire Fontaine. 

Clairvaux de Bagot 

Clairvaux de Charlevoix 

Clairville 

Clam Bay 

Clam Harbour 

Clam Point 

Clanricarde 

Clapham 

Clapperton 

Clarendon Station 

Clarina 

Clarinda 

Clarkboro 

Clarkleigh 

Clarke JLinor (closed 3(M-25) 

Clark's Corners 

Clark's Crossing 

Clark's Road (closed 14-4-25). 

Clarksville 

Clarkville 

Claverhouse 

Clavering 

Clay Bank 

Claysmore (re-opened 1-10-25) 

(closed 15-2-26) 

Claytonville 

Clear Hills 

Clear Lake 

Clearland 

Clearview 

Clearwater Station 

Clematis 

Clemens 

Clement 

Clevelands 

Cliffordvale 

Cliffside (summer office).. 

Clifton 

Cliftonville 

Clontarf 

Clo-oose 

Cloridorme 

Cloridorme Quest 

Cloud Bay 

Cloutier 

Clova (opened 1-9-25) 

Cloverdale 

Clover Hill 

Cloverleaf 

Cloverville 

Club Shawinigan 

Cluffield 

Clumber 

Clydesdale 

Clymont 

Coal Branch Station 

Coal Creek 

Coates' Mills 

Cobum 

Cocagne Cape 

Cocagne Cove 



Province 



Ont 

N.B.... 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q... 

P.Q 

B.C.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q... 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Man 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Sask.... 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 



Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S.... 
Alberta. 

B.C 

Man 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.B 

B.C 

N.B 

Sask.... 

Ont 

B.C 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

Man 

N.S 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

25 00 
28 00 
54 45 

199 68 

116 54 
77 20 
47 62 

170 00 
85 48 
80 00 
38 25 
52 00 
47 25 

196 75 
70 50 
62 00 
46 24 

217 90 
46 50 
54 35 

46 75 
170 35 
164 00 

59 75 
20 00 

153 00 
291 07 
Nil 
236 88 

61 00 
Nil 

207 37 
24.10 
18 10 

156 50 
34 50 

50 85 
50 00 

31 25 

62 85 
9 00 

11 00 
254 71 

32 25 
105 00 
146 80 

4 00 
291 50 

50 36 
294 00 

60 89 
115 45 
252 00 
272 53 

. 119 00 

89 50 

149 88 

233 49 

27 00 

36 00 
241 75 

26 00 
60 00 

47 15 

27 10 
62 87 

37 00 
213 40 
228 00 

66 00 

314 00 

60 00 

51 00 



Name of Post Office 



Cocagne River 

Cockburn Island 

Coddle's Harbour 

Codette 

Coffinscroft 

Cogmagun River 

Colbert 

Colcleugh (closed 1-8-25) 

Coldbrook 

Cold Springs 

Coldstream 

Cole Harbour 

Cole Lake •. 

Coleman Corner 

Colin 

College Grant 

Collegeville 

Collette Village 

Colleymount 

CoUholme (re-opened 1-8-25). 

Colmer 

Colomb 

Colombourg 

Colonial 

Colpton 

Colum^bia Gardens 

Columbine 

Colwell 

Comeau Ridge 

Comeau's Hill 

Cbmeauville 

Commanda 

Compton Station 

Comrey 

Concession 

Concord 

Condon Settlement (closed 

31-3-25) 

Conjuring Creek 

Conklin 

Connell Corners 

Connolly 

Connor 

Connor Creek 

Conn's Mills 

Conquerall Mills 

Conrich (opened 15-S-25) 

Cooking Lake 

Cook's Brook 

Cook's Cove 

Cook's Creek 

Cookville 

Cookville, (closed 31-7-25) . . . 

Coombes Road 

Cooper, (r€M>pened 6-7-25) . . 

Cooper's Falls 

Copeau 

Copeland 

Copley (closed 1-8-25) 

Copp 

Coppell 

Copper Mountain (re-opened 

1-10-25) 

Copper River 

Coppice Hill 

Corberrie -t,>. :L 

Corcoran '. w .-. 

Cordova Bay, (summer office) 

(re-opened 1-6-25) 

Coriander 

Cork juiXf.. 

Corkery >./. 

Cork Station 

Corleigh (closed 31-3-25) 



Province 



N.B.... 
Ont 

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N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q 

Man 

N.B.... 
Man 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

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N.B... 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

B.C 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Ont 



N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Alberta. 

N.B 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.B 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 



B.C 

B.C 

Alberta. 

N.S 

P.Q 



B.C 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B.... 
Sask.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

24 00 
336 00 

170 98 
205 00 

37 00 

130 90 
27 00 
Nil 

171 64 
15 00 

26 00 
186 20 
156 80 

19 74 
57 96 
23 21 
17 30 
32 00 

110 25 

25 00 

38 60 
75 00 

127 40 

109 30 
107 00 

68 67 
46 00 
74 55 

69 00 
77 50 

225 00 
266 00 
132 63 
80 20 
297 50 
198 00 

Nil 
66 93 
25 21 
25 55 

36 20 
179 85 
154 87 
152 25 

77 00 

64 14 

145 50 

113 20 

132 20 

321 00 

38 55 

53 

27 00 

131 05 
134 10 

59 00 

37 40 
50 

44 73 
144 94 

296 85 
125 00 

36 50 
202 60 

14 00 

20 76 
104 50 

28 70 

110 07 
98 50 

Nil 



74 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Cormac 

Cormier's Cove 

Cormier Village 

Cormierville 

Cornucopia 

Cornwall 

Cornwall Island 

Coronation 

Corriveau 

Corson's Siding .' 

Cortereal 

Costello 

Cosmo 

Cossetteville 

C6t6 

Coteau Road 

Coted'Or 

C6te Ste Anne 

C6te StJoseph 

C6te St-Leonard 

C6t-e St-Michel 

C6te St-Pierre 

C6te St- Vincent 

Cotham 

Cottonwood 

Coughlan 

Couillard 

Coul6e 

Coulombe 

Coulson 

Coultervale 

Countess 

Country Harbour Lake ... 
Country Harbour Mines. . . 

Courcelette 

Court 

Courtice 

Cousineau 

Cousins 

Couturier 

Couturval 

Covedell 

Cove Road 

Covington 

Cowan 

Cowan Creek 

Cow Bay 

Coxby 

Coxheath 

Coxvale 

Coyote Valley, (closed 15-3- 

26) 

Coyne 

Cracknell, (re-opened 1-11-25) 

Cracroft 

Craigellachie 

Craigend, (opened 15-9-25)... . 
Craigflower, (opened 16-3-26) 

Craig Harbour 

Craigie Lea 

Craiglands 

Craigleith 

Craigmillar 

Craigmore 

Craig's Crossing 

Craig's Road Station 

Cramersburg 

Cranberry 

Cranbourne 

Crandall Road 

Crane River 

Cranton Section 

Crawford's Grove 

Crawford Park 



Province 



Ont 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

Alberta. 
P.E.I... 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

B.C 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

Sask 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask 

Man 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask 

N.S 

Ont 



Alberta. 

Ont 

Man 

B.C 

B.C 

Alberta. 

B.C 

N.W.T.. 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

B.C 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

180 80 
21 00 
75 10 

92 00 
108 30 
177 55 

14 00 

31 00 
52 00 

165 00 
186 25 

32 00 
42 39 
39 00 

247 25 

26 00 

32 00 
12 00 
17 00 

3 50 
(a) 
144 06 

15 60 

27 00 
162 25 
162 50 

57 20 

14 00 
209 90 
226 00 

42 10 
153 30 

33 00 

192 00 
75 00 

190 59 

181 62 
70 50 
37 25 

143 00 

15 00 
185 60 

87 30 

54 01 

275 96 

16 25 
20 00 
23 29 

9 00 
16 00 

8 08 
194 40 
102 00 
107 84 
112 56 
19 50 
25 00 

247 45 
64 75 
90 00 

29 20 

93 25 
122 75 

61 70 
60 17 

30 00 
33 36 
19 90 
70 95 

207 95 

193 00 
95 05 



Name of Post Office 



Crawford ville 

Credit Forks 

Creek Road (closed 2-5-25) 

Creemoren 

Creignish Rear 

Crescent Beach 

Crescent Grove 

Crescent Hill • 

Cre.scent Lake 

Crinan 

Crippsdale 

Criss Creek 

Crockett 

Crocus 

Croll 

Cromarty 

Crombie Settlement 

Cromwell 

Cross 

Crossbill 

Crossland 

Cross Lake 

Cross Point 

Cross Roads, Mid-Melford, 

Cross Roads, Ohio 

Crouse Town 

Crowell 

Crowe's Landing (summer 

office) 

Crowfoot. . .' 

Crow's Nest 

Crowtherview 

Croydon 

Croydon Station 

Crozier 

Cruikshank 

Crutwell 

Crystal Hill 

Crystal Springs 

Cuffley 

Culdaff 

Cullen 

Cullen's Brook 

Culligan 

Culloden 

Cullyton 

Culross 

Cumberland House 

Cumberland Mills 

Cummings 

Cumming's Cove 

Cumming's Mountain. . . 

Cundles 

Curlew 

Currie's Crossing 

Curryville 

Curve Lake 

Curventon -. . . . 

Custeau 

Cuvier 

Cypress (closed 2-5-25) . . 
Cyr 



Dacotah 

Dahinda 

Dahlton 

D'Aiguillon 

Daisy Lake 

Dakin (opened 1-6-25) 

Dale 

Dalehurst (closed 30-9-25). 

Dalem Lake 

Dalesboro. 



Province 



P.Q.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
P.Q.... 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 

Man 

Man... . 

Ont 

N.B.... 

Man 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Man 

P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 



Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Sask.... 

Ont 

B.C 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Sask.... 

Sask.... 

Sask.... 

Sask.... 

P.Q...... 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask 

Man 

Sask 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask 

P.Q 



Man 

Sask 

Sask 

P.Q 

B.C 

Alberta.. 

N.S 

Alberta.. 

N.S 

Sask 



Daleview ISask 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

14 50 
469 50 
(Nil) 

33 75 
44 00 
97 26 
29 50 

51 00 

15 00 
100 00 

15 25 
82 79 

43 00 
164 25 
179 84 
266 60 

17 00 
13 00 
23 28 
93 12 

142 06 
88 50 

210 00 
78 80 

110 45 
146 50 
494 50 

200 50 

132 66 

70 35 

49 00 

104 60 

173 70 

138 46 

63 75 

193 25 

87 50 
163 75 

44 00 

111 75 
179 54 

88 95 
307 00 

99 25 

32 50 

381 10 

194 25 
100 64 

97 95 

84 25 

16 00 
100 20 

31 00 
264 00 
158 59 

85 00 
58 55 

45 35 

52 25 
Nil 
51 00 

181 95 
370 42 
332 20 
124 75 

182 85 
39 95 
51 65 

Nil 
10 80 
49 50 
49 00 



For Revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



76 



Name of Post Office 



Dalhousie East 

Dalhousie Junction 

Dalhousie Lake 

Dalhousie Lake 

Dalhousie Mills 

Dalhousie Road 

Dalhousie West 

Dallas 

Dalmas 

Dalmuir 

Dalquier (opened 3-6-25) . . 

Daly (closed 30-6-25) 

Damascus 

Damour 

Danby 

Danbury 

Danesville 

Danskin 

Danvers 

Daphne 

D'Arcy 

Darling Lake 

Darling Road 

Darlington 

Dartigny 

David son Corners 

Davis Point 

Davison Street 

Davyroyd 

Dawsonville 

Dayton 

Deacon 

Dead Creek 

Dean 

Dearlock 

Deaver 

De Bay Cove 

De Beaujeu (Late St-Poly- 

carpe Junction) 

Debolt 

Decimal 

Decker Lake 

Deemerton 

Deep Cove 

Deepdale 

Deerholme (closed 1-7-25). 

Deer Mound 

Deer Park 

Deerwood 

Dee Side 

Dee Valley 

D6fricheur 

De Grassi Point (summer 

office) 

Delacour 

Delagrave 

Delano (closed 9-3-25) 

Delap's Cove 

Del Bonita 

DeLery (summer office) 

Deliessepa 

Delph 

Delta Station 

Del Val 

Dendron (opened 1-11-25)... 
Denonville (opened 26-1-26) 

Densmore's Mills 

Denver 

Depew 

Dequen Nord 

Derby Junction 

Dermid 

Derryville 

De St. Just 



Province 



N.S 

N.B.... 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Man.. . . 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Man 

Ont 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

Sask.... 

B.C 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

N.S 

Sask.... 
N.B.... 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 
N.S 



P.Q 

Alberta. 

Man 

B.C 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Man 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

P.Q 



Ont 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Alberta. 
P.Q.... 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Man 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 



P.Q. 
N.B. 
Ont.. 
Ont.. 
P.Q. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

106 50 

235 00 

291 97 

45 00 

74 00 

110 00 

115 00 

179 51 

106 70 

39 41 

27 00 

Nil 

170 00 

16 00 

196 10 

14 65 

8 05 

79 70 

87 00 

84 65 

134 77 

140 00 

257 25 

47 00 

10 00 

13 66 
129 81 

36 00 

47 75 

39 00 

730 95 

41 25 

216 51 

226 90 

26 00 

6 84 

77 30 

148 50 
56 30 
86 50 

214 55 

98 00 

14 50 
16 00 
Nil 
19 24 

222 04 

117 05 

30 15 

26 45 

56 86 

300 00 
148 37 
263 50 
Nil 

78 00 
242 35 
296 00 

72 65 
32 24 

163 60 
84 50 
83 50 
22 00 

110 00 
39 20 
38 00 

411 20 

114 15 
22 50 

347 53 

99 00 



Name of Post Office 



Deschambault Station 

Deschamps 

Desjarlais 

Desmeloizes (opened 22-8-25) 

Desormeaux 

Dessaint 

Devault 

Deveron 

Devereaux , 

Deville 

Devil's Island 

Devon 

Devonshire 

Dewey 

De Wet 

De Winton 

Dickson 

Didyme 

Diebolt (closed 30-11-25) 

Dijon , 

Dillon 

Dill Siding 

Dimock Creek 

Dina 

Dingwall 

Dinorwic 

Dipper Harbour 

Dipper Harbour West 

Dirt Hills 

Ditton Park 

Divide 

Divide 

Dixon's Corners 

Dnipro 

Dobson's Corner 

Dobrowody 

Dock 

Doctor's Brook 

Doctor's Cove 

Dodd Lake 

Doe Lake 

Dog Creek 

Dogherty 

Dog Pound 

Doheny (re-opened 1-12-25)... 

Dolcy 

Dollarton 

Dolly Bay 

Donahue 

Donaldson 

Donatville 

Dongola 

Dongray (closed 3-10-25) 

Donnybrook 

Dorchester Crossing 

Doreil 

Dorland 

Dorothy 

Dorreen 

Dorts Cove 

Dot 

DoucGtville 

Douglasfield 

Douglas Lake 

Douglaston ; 

Douglas West 

Dover 

Dover Centre 

Dover West 

Downing 

Doyle's Brook 

Doyleville 

Dragon 

Drayton Valley 



P.Q. 

P.Q. 

Alberta. 

P.Q. 

P.Q. 

P.Q. 

P.Q. 

Sask. 

N.B. 

Alberta. 

N.S. 

N.S. 

Ont. 

B.C. 

Man. . . . 

Alberta. 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Sa.sk.... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

N.B 

Sask 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 

N.B 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.S...., 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 

B.C 

N.B 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.B 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

B.C 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

N.B 

B.C 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 

Alberta . 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 



Revenue 

S cts. 
75 00 
20 00 

120 50 
40 00 

44 52 
136 62 

42 24 
193 00 

19 00 
146 76 

25 00 

20 00 

198 67 
468 70 
149 51 
588 80 
233 16 

86 60 

3 86 

171 00 

35 00 
70 00 

218 00 
127 26 

79 60 
471 32 

20 00 
180 55 

45 10 
84 60 

86 00 
28 00 

287 25 

19 00 
40 00 
33 25 
44 07 

26 02 
180 25 

60 09 

131 50 
69 01 

27 00 
193 86 

27 30 
103 00 

1,250 62 
33 09 
15 50 

87 75 
83 00 

28 00 
Nil 
22 00 

199 50 
331 25 
271 00 

52 71 

132 10 
44 60 
73 75 

163 13 
55 00 

203 00 
67 00 
83 20 
24 00 

280 40 

199 00 

20 50 

36 50 
10 00 

541 19 
89 22 



76 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Drew Station 

Drifting River 

Driftwood 

Driscol Lake 

Drisdelle (opened 16-10-25) . . . 

Drobot 

Drolet 

Drouin 

Droxford 

Drumhead 

Drummondville 

Dry River 

Dubail 

Dub6 

Dublin Shore 

Duchesnay (Late Lac St- 

Joseph) 

Duck Bay, (Winter Office) 

(opened 19-12-25) 

Duck Cove (summer office).. 

Duck Range 

Duck Mountain 

Duck River 

Dudley 

Dudswell Junction 

Dufaultville 

DufTerin 

Dufour 

Dufourville 

Dufresne 

Dufrost 

Dugald 

Dugas 

Duguayville 

Dugwal 

Duhamel 

Duke 

Dulwich 

Dumbarton Station 

Dumoine 

Dunakym 

Dunallen (closed 15-5-25) 

Dunany 

Dunboyne 

Duncan 

Duncan Cove 

Dundarave 

Dundas 

Dundas Harbour (opened 2- 

9-25) 

Dundee 

Dundee 

Dundee 

Dundonald 

Dunedin 

Dunelm 

Dunkin 

Dunleath 

Dunlop (opened 1-1-26) 

Dunmaglass 

Dunmore 

Dunn 

Dunshalt. 

Dunn's Valley 

Dunragen 

Dunster 

Dunvegan 

Dunvegan 

Duret 

Durieu 

Dutch Brook 



Dutch Settlement. 

Dwyer Hill 

Dyer's Bay 



Province 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

P.Q 

Man 

N.B 

B.C 

Man 

Man 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

Man 

Man 

Man 

N.B 

N.B 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.S 

Man. 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

N.B 

N.W.T.. 

N.B 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta.. 
Alberta. . 

Ont 

P.Q 

B.C 

Alberta. . 

N.S 

P.Q 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
99 76 
44 81 

217 80 
25 50 

22 00 
25 52 
40 00 

18 00 
123 73 
583 25 

36 49 
102 50 

14 50 
49 00 

285 75 

120 15 

32 50 

138 78 
47 76 

33 00 
43 25 

40 25 
88 85 
80 00 

15 00 
30 00 

29 00 
86 50 

328 08 
401 91 

19 00 

30 50 
106 55 
118 00 

20 00 
154 10 

96 04 
20 00 

37 00 
Nil 
104 90 
300 00 
137 17 

33 50 
919 50 

35 79 

10 00 

31 00 

23 11 
64 50 

243 05 
266 00 
143 08 
136 07 
28 00 

41 00 

16 00 
19 00 
63 81 
67 20 

104 50 
177 00 
452 40 
30 96 
98 00 
69 55 
62 75 

36 00 

37 00 

32 12 

139 62 



Name of Post Office 

Dyment 

Dynevor (closed 30-6-25). . . , 

Eagle Bay , 

Eagle Butte 

Eagle Depot 

Eagle Head 

Eagle Hill 

Eagle Point 

Eakindale 

Earl.. 

Earlie 

Earlswood 

Earlstone (.closed 31-3-25)... 

Eariville 

East Advocate 

EastAldfield 

East Anglia 

East Arlington 

East Baccaro 

East Bay 

East Bay 

East Bay, North Side 

Eastoourne (summer office) 

East Brain tree 

East Branch 

East Branch River John. . . 

East Brenton 

East Brighton 

Eastbrook 

East Brookville 

Eastburg 

East Centreville 

East Chebogue 

East Chezzetcook 

East Clifford 

East Colette 

East Dover 

East Earltown 

Eastern Passage 

Eastern Points 

Eastervale 

East Ferry 

East Folly Mountain 

Eastford 

East Fraserviile 

East Galloway 

Eastgate 

East Glassville 

East Greenfield 

East Hungerford 

East Jeddore 

East Kelowna 

Eastlake 

East Lawrencetown 

East Leicester 

Eastleigh • 

East Linton 

East Margaree 

East Mines Station 

Eaist New Annan 

Easton 

East Poplar River 

East Portapique 

East Quinan 

East River Point 

East River, Sheet Harbour 

East Riverside 

East Rogerville 

East Roman Valley 

East Sable River 

East Side of Ragged Island 
East Side Port L'Hebert... 

East Sooke 

East Uniacke 

Eastville 



Province 

Ont 

Man 

B.C 

Alberta. . . 

P.Q 

N.S 

Alberta.. . 

Sask 

Sask 

Sask 

Alberta.. , 

Sask 

Alberta.. . 
Alberta. . , 

N.S 

P.Q 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Sask 

N.S 

Alberta.. 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta.. 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta.. 

N.B 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 



Revenue 

% cts. 

293 00 

9 00 

66 64 
84 88 

313 00 
147 GO 
269 87 

17 45 
23 00 

41 50 
121 25 

26 00 
Nil 

27 27 
140 00 
lU 72 

91 76 

20 10 

83 50 
179 47 
105 00 

32 85 

91 00 

175 06 

35 50 

18 00 

27 32 
43 85 

102 79 
57 80 

67 50 
117 00 

65 75 
286 50 

35 00 
57 00 

171 72 

94 88 

286 50 

81 68 

28 25 
143 90 

54 74 
74 55 

56 00 
30 00 

36 72 

66 10 
126 00 

18 25 

269 95 

205 87 

6 00 

57 50 

21 20 
199 50 

47 00 

251 00 

220 00 

73 00 

59 50 

97 03 

82 25 

98 95 
157 95 

64 00 

84 35 

42 00 

103 00 
90 04 

131 53 

83 50 
32 50 
30 75 

204 44 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



77 



Name of Post Office 



East Waterville (closed 30-6- 
25)... 

East Wentworth 

Eaton 

Eatonville 

Ebbsfleet 

Eboulemonts Centre 

EVjouleinent.s Est 

Echodale (closed 31-3-25) 

Echohill 

Echo Lake 

Economy Point 

Ecoole 

Ecum Secum 

Ecum Secum Bridge 

Eddyside 

Eddystone 

Eden 

Eden Grove 

Edenbridge 

Edenkillie 

Eden Lake 

Eden Mills 

Edgar 

Edgell 

Edgewatei" 

Edina 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 4. . 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 6. . 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 7. . 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 9.. 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 14. 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 15 
(opened 2-7-25) (closed 1-8- 
25) 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 16 
(opened 1-10-25) 

Edmonton Sub-Office No. 17 
(opened 12-3-26) 

Edmore 

Edwardsville 

Edwin 

Edy's Mills 

Eel Cove 

Eel River Bridge 

Egan Estate 

Egg Island 

Egg LaKe 

Egerton 

Egmondvilie 

Eholt 

Eight Island Lake 

Ekhart 

Elardee ' 

ElVjourne 

Elbridge 

Eldon Station 

Eldorena 

Electric 

Elgin House (summer office) . 

Elgin Mills 

Elgin Road 

Elizabeth Bay 

Elkdale 

Elk Prairie 

Elk Ranch 

Elk ton 

Elkwater 

EUaton 

Ellis 

Ellisboro 

Ellscott 



Province 



N.B.... 

N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
P.E.I... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
Alberta 
Alberta 

Ont 

N.S.... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
SasK. . . . 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask.... 
Sask.:.. 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask...-. 
B.C.... 
P.Q.... 
Alberta 
Alberta 
Alberta 
Alberta 
Alberta 



Alberta.. 

Alberta.. 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

N.S 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 

N.B 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 

N.S 

Ont 

B.C 

N.S 

Man 

Sask 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

Man 

B.C 

Man 

Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask 

Alberta.. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

10 00 
228 75 
318 25 

8 10 

85 00 
99 80 
25 20 
Nil 
35 85 
15 40 

145 00 
141 95 
511 55 
200 69 
91 61 

86 20 
390 31 
310 61 
177 64 

18 00 
126 95 
194 24 
272 00 

9 00 
162 25 

57 50 

(a) 

(a) 

(a) 

(a) 

(a) 



(a) 

(a) 

(a) 
73 45 

26 00 
209 10 
116 50 

58 75 

211 70 
330 00 

54 02 

32 00 

204 95 

621 25 

48 00 

143 20 

106 71 

24 00 

28 45 

27 31 
186 02 

75 20 

212 90 
672 00 
262 00 
154 55 

60 00 
115 00 

16 50 
123 85 
193 90 

82 20 
149 50 
131 53 
202 50 
121 16 



Name of Post Office 



Ellwood 

Elma 

Elm Brook 

Elmcroft 

Elm Grove 

Elm Hill 

Elm Springs 

Elmstead 

Elmsvale 

Elmsville 

Elm Tree 

Elmworth 

Elsie 

Elswick 

Elysee 

Elzevir 

Emerald 

Emerson 

Encombe (closed 15-1-26)... . 

Engen ' 

Engineer (opened 1-9-25) 

English Corner 

Enid 

Ennishore 

Enon 

Ensleigh 

Entrelac (summer office) 

Entry Island 

Epping (closed 31-8-25) 

Eramosa 

Erie Beach (summer office) . 

Erin Lodge 

Ermine 

Escuminac , 

Escuminac East 

Escuminac Flats 

Escuminac Nord 

Eskasoni 

Eskasoni Chapel 

Esperance 

Essondale 

Essonville 

Ess Creek 

Estevan Point 

Esther 

Estmere 

Etang des Caps 

Ethelwyn 

Etiomami 

Etna 

Etobicoke « 

Etruria 

Ettrick 

Ettyville (closed 30-9-25) . . . . 

Etwell 

Eustis 

Evandale 

Evangeline 

Evanston 

Evansville 

Evanthomas (opened 1^26) 

Evelyn 

Everard 

Everell 

Everett 

Evergreen 

Eversley 

Ewan 

Ewelme 

Ewing 

Ewing's Landing 

Excelsior 



Province 



Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B... 

Man 

N.B. ... 
Sask.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B... 

Ont 

Alberta 

Ont 

Sask.... 
PQ 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B... 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 

Sask 

N.B... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
P.Q. ... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta 

Sask 

N.B... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

B.C.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
Alberta 
Sask.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Man... . 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta, 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta 
Alberta 
B.C.... 
Ont 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

48 00 

163 15 

76 25 

27 00 

78 36 

30 00 

43 70 

96 31 

233 75 

163 00 

157 83 

61 00 

55 00 

74 11 

69 27 

69 35 
14 00 
71 43 
41 67 

143 75 
659 50 
118 00 
102 41 

70 00 

19 00 
109 75 
140 00 

39 00 

18 44 
111 25 
298 00 

25 00 
212 25 

93 50 

17 19 
117 91 
122 75 

32 00 
30 00 

24 50 
. 947 00 

52 00 

126 25 
136 32 

25 76 
111 80 

20 00 
115 50 

46 62 

26 00 
256 25 

18 50 
325 30 

9 74 

127 79 
383 30 
105 50 

18 00 

120 55 

154 20 

25 00 

107 00 

282 66 

68 00 

85 55 

224 93 

176 10 

70 00 

41 37 

25 50 

405 49 

170 95 



(a) For revenue see under Edmonton Sub-Offices. 



78 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Concluded 



Name of Post OiEce 



Excelsior 

Exmoor 

Fairdale 

Fairdale Station (re-opened 

24-10-25) 

Fairfield 

Fairholme (closed 30-12-25)... 

Fairholm 

Fairlawn 

Fairmede 

Fairmont 

Fairmont Springs 

Fairport (summer office) 

Fair Vale 

•Fairvale Station (summer 

office) (closed 30-9-25). 

Fairview Station 

Fairydell 

Fairy Glen 

Fairy Hill 

Faith 

Falkland 

Fallbrook 

Fall River 

Fame Point 

Fanford 

Faraday 

Fareham 

Farewell Cove 

Farley 

Farlinger (opened 1-9-25). 

Farmingdale 

Farm villa 

Farringdon Hill 

Farrington 

Faucher 

Faulkner 

Faust 

Fauvel 

Fauxbourg 

Fawcett Hill 

Fawn Lake 

Feener's Corner 

Feltz South 

Fenner 

Fenwick 

Ferguson's Lake 

Ferguson Flats 

Ferland 

Ferme Rouge 

Fermoy 

Fern Creek 

Ferndale 

Femdale House (summer 

office) 

Fern Glen 

Fernlee 

Fernleigh 

Femmount 

Feronia 

Ferrybank 

Ferry Road 

Fertility 

Fetherston 

Feuille d'Erable 

Fielding 

Fife 

Fife Lake 

Figuery 

Finchs' Comers 

Findlay 



Province 



Alberta... 

N.B 

Sask 



N.B. 
N.B. 

Ont.. 

Sask. 

Sask. 

Sask. 

N.S.. 

B.C. 

Ont.. 

N.B. 



N.B.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 

Sask 

Sask..., 
Alberta... 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Sask 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Man 

Alberta. . . 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta... 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. . . 

N.B 

N.S 

Alberta... 

Sask 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 
N.B 



Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B 

Ont 

Alberta... 

N.B 

Alberta. . . 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.B 

B.C 

Sask 

P.Q 

Ont 

Man 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
16 00 
12 50 
20 50 



113 25 
21 50 

254 50 
11 51 
39 25 

32 41 
157 00 
107 00 

1,084 01 

61 00 
(b) 

28 50 
159 81 

93 72 
111 32 

36 24 
269 65 

38 00 

118 00 

29 00 
24 00 
74 30 

145 00 

47 00 
70 00 

119 40 
7 01 

(fl) 

83 75 

85 25 

249 90 

531 29 

174 65 

14 00 
24 00 

121 25 

46 06 
174 25 

48 00 
43 44 

33 50 

90 00 

67 00 
20 00 

91 00 

15 00 
5 20 

30 00 
139 00 

43 60 
102 61 

47 00 
278 51 

68 62 
137 00 

73 20 
51 00 
242 75 
127 50 
648 15 
125 16 
151 85 

49 06 
268 84 



Name of Post Ofl&ce 



Finland 

Findlay Forks 

Finlayson 

Finmark 

Fir Grove 

Fir Mountain 

Fir Ridge 

First South 

Fiset 

Fi.sh Creek 

Fisher Bay (opened 1-8-25) . . . 

Fisherman's Harbour 

Fisher Mill 

Fisher Home 

Fisherton 

Fishing Lake 

Fishing River 

Fitzpatrick 

Five Mile River 

Flamand , 

Flamboro Centre 

Flatbush 

Flat Lake 

Flatlands 

Fleming Siding 

Fletwode 

Fleurant 

Fleuriault (opened 154-25).... 

Fleury (closed 17-4-25) 

Flodden 

Flood 

Floral Park (summer office) 

(opened 1-7-25) 

Florann 

Flowing Well 

Flynn 

Foch 

Foley 

Folgoet (Late Tilly) (opened 

1-5-25) 

Folkins 

Foisy 

Folly Lake 

Folly Mountain 

Fonderie 

Fonehill 

Fontain (opened 1-10-25) 

Fontenelle 

Foothills 

Forbes Point 

Forcina 

Ford Bank 

Ford's Mills 

Foreman 

Forest City 

Forest Farm 

Forest Gate (opened 16-11-25) 

Forest Glen 

Forest Grove 

Forest Hall 

Forest Hill 

Forest Home 

Forest Lawn 

Forest Nook (summer office) 

Foreston (opened 11-4-25) 

Forfar 

Fork Lake 

Forks 

Forks Baddeck 

Fort k la Come 

Fort Alexander 



Province 



Ont 

B.C 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q 

Sask.... 

Man 

N.S.... 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Man.. . . 

Sask 

Man 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

N.B 

N.B 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 



Ont 

Alberta. 

Sask 

P.Q 

B.C 

Man 



Sask 

N.B 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

Sask 

N.B 

P.Q 

Alberta. . 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.B 

N.B 

Alberta., 

N.B 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

B.C 

Sask 

N.B 

N.S 

Alberta., 

Ont 

N.B 

Ont 

Alberta.. 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask 

Man 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
80 00 
25 00 

30 00 
269 12 

76 75 

22 45 

31 25 
191 55 

120 00 
98 05 
48 95 

115 30 
227 04 

30 00 
58 55 
39 40 
258 00 
90 66 

121 70 
1,320 00 

96 20 
76 83 

129 25 

307 00 
30 00 

111 80 
85 50 
68 00 

Nil 

58 65 
152 70 

80 50 

52 55 

278 18 

29 00 
37 25 

148 83 

10 55 

116 00 
98 00 

206 84 

30 00 
73 85 

114 10 
17 00 
420 77 
406 14 
163 10 
24 00 

52 50 
202 00 

59 25 

51 80 
48 95 

31 25 
10 00 

204 21 

53 25 
35 75 
29 00 

573 20 
406 90 
237 33 
241 75 
58 57 
9 00 

60 20 

52 00 
143 45 



(6) For revenue see under Halifax Sub-Offices. 
*Re-opened as a Regular Office (24-10-25). 



(o) For revenue see under Brantford Sub-Offices, 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



79 



Name of Post OflBce 



Fort Assiniboine 

Fort Augustus 

Fort Chipewyan 

Fortescue 

Fort Fitzgerald 

Fort Garry 

Fort Good Hope 

Fortier 

Fort Kent 

Fort Lawrence 

Fort Louisburg 

Fort McPherson 

Fort Norman 

Fort Felly 

Fort Providence 

Fort Resolution 

Fort St. James 

Fort Simpson 

Fort Vermilion 

Fort William 

Forty Mile 

Fossambault 

Fossmill 

Fosterville 

Fourchu 

Foumierville 

Four Falls 

Four Roads 

Fourteen Island Lake 

Fourteen Mile House 

Fowler's Comers 

Fox 

Foxford (opened 16-5-25)... 

Fox Creek 

Foxdale 

Foxey 

Fox Harbour 

Fox Harbour Point 

Fox Island Main 

Fox Hills 

Fox Point 

Fox River 

Foymount 

Fradetville 

Framboise 

Framboise Intervale 

Framnes 

Francoeur 

Francoeur (opened 1-6-25) . 

Frankburg 

Franklin Park (summer of- 
fice) (opened 1-7-25) 

Frankslake 

Frascr Arm 

Fraserburg 

Fraser's Mills 

Fraser's Point (summer of- 
fice) 

Fraserton 

Fraserwood 

Fraxville 

Frechette 

Freda 

Frederic khouse 

Fredericton Road 

Freedale 

Free Grant 

Freeman River 

Freemington 

French Cove 

French Hill 

French Lake 

Frenchman's Butte 

French River 



Province 



Alberta. 
P.E.I... 
Alberta . 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Man 

N.W.T.. 

Man 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.S 

N.W.T.. 
N.W.T.. 

Sask 

N.W.T. 
N.W.T.. 

B.C 

N.W.T. . 
Alberta.. 

P.Q 

Yukon... 
P.Q 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta.. 
Sask .... 

N.B 

Sask 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.B 

P.Q 

Alberta . . 



Ont.. 
Sask. 
B.C. 
Ont.. 

N.S. 



P.Q 

Alberta.. 

Man 

N.S 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

N.B 

Man 

N.B 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

Sask 

N.S 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
152 62 

53 30 
273 25 

41 01 
126 95 
853 84 

70 20 
367 50 

96 00 
220 10 

31 30 
25 04 
61 35 
13 00 
91 70 

184 00 
429 00 
100 00 
298 56 
173 40 
61 50 
15 00 
645 90 
182 05 
240 27 

49 10 
197 32 

99 00 

134 37 

34 00 

109 00 

51 34 

70 00 

371 00 

134 00 

72 00 

40 00 

32 00 

54 00 

44 00 
105 00 
337 47 

32 00 
48 00 

96 75 

53 00 
31 20 
20 00 

103 00 

67 00 

50 00 
165 50 

51 49 
83 00 

45 75 

68 00 
85 20 

668 24 
20 70 
11 24 
44 66 

212 40 

44 75 

52 75 
47 50 
28 50 

45 50 
58 20 
51 00 

97 30 

54 00 
61 75 



Name of Post Office 



French Road 

Frenchvale 

French Village 

French Village (closed 1-2-26) 

French Village 

Frenchville 

Freppel 

Freshwater 

Fresnoy 

Friar's Head 

Fribourg 

Friedenstal 

Frog Lake 

Frast Village 

Fulda 

Fulton Brook 

Fundale 

Furman 

Furnace Falls 

Furness 



Gabarouse Barachois 

Gabarouse Lake 

Gabelle 

Gabriola Island 

Gad's Hill Station 

Gagne 

Gagnon 

Gahem 

Gairloch Mountain 

Galena 

Galameauville 

Gallagher 

Gallant Settlement 

Gallocks 

Galloway 

Gameland 

Gang Ranch 

Gap View 

Garden Head 

Garden Hill ,.. 

Garden Island (summer 
office) 

Garden of Eden 

Garden Plain 

Garden River 

Gardiner (opened 27-10-25) . . . 

Gardiner Mines 

Gardiner's Creek 

Garland 

Garland Mountain 

Gameau Junction 

Garnet 

Gamier 

Garonne 

Garrington 

Garroz 

Garry 

Gascons Ouest 

Gaspe Bay, South 

Gaspereau 

Gaston (summer office) (open- 
ed 7-5-25) 

Gaudette 

Gauthier 

Gauvin 

Gauvreau (opened 15-9-25) 

Gaythome 

Geary 

Gegoggin 

Gellatly 

Gendron 

Genesee 

Genest 



Province 



N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.E.I... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 

P.Q 

Sa.sk.... 
N.B.... 

Sask 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Sask 



N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

P.Q... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
Alberta . 
N.B.... 

N.B 

Sask 

B.C 

Ont 

B.C 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 
Ont 



Ont 

N.S.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 



Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

32 00 
20 00 
98 25 

9 00 

59 75 
168 65 

20 00 

49 00 

33 00 
112 00 

30 75 
180 15 
114 59 

42 00 

70 50 

12 00 
68 55 
18 00 

60 00 
59 90 

228 50 
94 00 
281 25 
267 00 
677 93 
137 75 
120 00 
70 60 

13 60 
149 41 

80 50 

7 00 

25 00 

22 00 

46 00 

31 50 
112 00 

32 80 
98 00 

155 10 

80 00 
78 50 
312 00 
224 25 
76 25 
48 00 
41 54 
44 05 

6 00 
361 86 

30 25 

47 35 
86 75 
72 89 
53 00 
13 00 

389 00 

243 10 

70 00 

66 00 
379 36 

50 00 
17 75 

15 00 
44 50 

219 01 

7 12 
85 50 
30 00 
24 50 

16 00 



80 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Genthon 

Georgcfield 

George's River 

George's River Station... 

Georgeville 

Georgina Island 

Gergovia 

G6rin... 

Germania 

German Brook 

German Mills 

Germantown 

Gerrard 

Gerrard Island 

Gethsemani 

Geyser 

Giant's Lake 

Gibbon 

Giffard 

Gifford Station 

Gignac 

Gilbert 

Gilbert Cove 

Gilks _. 

Gillander's Mountain 

Gillespie 

Gillies Bay 

Gillies Depot 

Gillies I^ake 

Gillies Point 

Gillies Point East 

Gillis Cove 

Gillisdale 

Gillisville 

Gilnoekie 

Gilt Edge 

Girard 

Girardville 

Gironde 

Girouardville 

Glacier Creek 

Gladmar 

Gladwin 

Gladwyn 

Gladys 

Glamis 

Glamorgan 

Glanford Station 

Glanmire 

Glasgow 

Glasgow Mountain 

Glaslyn 

Glassburn 

Glaude 

Gleason Road 

Glebe Road 

Gledhow 

Glenada (closed 31-3-25) . . 

Glen Adelaide 

Glen Alda 

Glen Almond 

Glen Alpine 

Glenannan 

Glenannan 

Glenarm 

Glenbervie 

Glenbogie (closed 31-3-25) 

Glenbrea 

Glenburnie 

Glencoe 

Glencoe 

Glencoe Mills 



Province 



Man 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Sask 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.B.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

Man.. . . 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

B.C.... 

P.Q 

Alberta 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 

B.C 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Sask 

Alberta 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
Yukon. 

Sask 

Sask.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B..., 
N.S.... 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Sask 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

183 50 

80 00 

192 95 

16 "00 
89 95 

21 00 
40 00 

110 45 
64 00 
14 00 
42 25 
37 25 

62 10 
18 00 
52 00 

173 79 

75 00 

55 00 

494 17 

266 77 

50 00 
100 25 
229 51 
215 55 

31 87 
169 00 

25 00 

104 74 

6 00 

12 00 

22 25 
60 36 

55 95 

23 00 

17 00 
40 92 
49 25 
69 30 

321 91 

28 00 

56 96 
332 18 

55 50 

49 50 

151 85 

195 00 

17 00 
669 34 

13 80 
30 00 

2 25 

222 20 

47 50 

14 00 
73 25 

6 00 
150 00 
Nil 
36 75 
39 00 
156 85 

51 00 
115 00 

60 54 
225 82 
161 95 

Nil 

29 00 
161 20 

18 40 

63 50 

57 00 



Name of Post Office 



•lencove 

len Cross 

rlen Currie 

lendale 

lendale 

lendon 

lendower 

lendycr 

•leneagles 

len Echo (summer office).. 

len Elder 

lenelg 

lenellen 

len Elmo 

lenfarne (summer office)... 

•lenfield 

lenford 

lengarden (closed 31-3-25).. 

ilengarry 

lengarry Station 

■len Haven 

lenhewitt 

lenhope 

len Island (summer office) . 

ienister 

lenkeen 

rlen Kerr 

■lenlivet 

rienlivet 

rlen Leslie 

rlen Margaret 

rlen Mary 

rlen Meyer 

len McPherson (Temporary 

closed 2-1-26) 

rlenmont 

rlen Morrison 

rlenmount (summer office) . 

rlenora 

rlenora Falls 

rlen Orchaid 

■len Rae 

rlenreagh 

•len Road 

rlenrosa 

rlen Titus 

rlen Tosh 

rlentworth 

rlen Valley 

rlenview 

•lenville 

rlenwater 

rlenwood 

rlidehurst 

rlyn 

Goat River 

Gobeil 

Goble's 

Goddard (closed 10-12-25)... 

Goff's 

Go Home (summer office). . 

Gold Bar (closed 1-6-25) 

Goldbrook ; 

Goldburg 

Gold Creek (closed 31-8-25). 

Goldenburg 

Golden Grove 

Golden Plain 

Golden Prairie 

Goldenrule 

Golden Stream 

Golden Vale 



Province 



N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Man.. . . 
Alberta 

Ont 

N.S,... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Sask..., 
N.S.... 

Sask 

Man.. . . 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
Man. . . . 

Ont 

Alberta 
N.S.... 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
N.B... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
B.C.... 
Alberta, 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
Alberta. 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
N.S.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 

Man 

Sask.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
14 00 

83 50 
36 25 

141 00 

35 00 
122 00 

28 00 
60 25 
25 00 
162 00 
41 25 
96 27 
56 50 
92 00 
48 00 
28 00 

44 27 
Nil 

5 00 
209 00 
180 95 

38 00 
21 25 

107 45 

45 00 

24 00 

39 00 

95 38 
91 50 

107 40 

305 30 

30 00 

238 00 

21 97 
56 00 

16 00 
360 00 

25 50 
21 00 

109 81 

96 60 

27 10 

28 00 
67 25 
55 50 

34 40 

36 50 
268 98 

55 50 

56 10 

46 00 
139 35 

33 15 
114 00 

72 20 
172 32 
233 85 

29 61 
76 50 

386 00 
Nil 
12 50 

35 50 

6 25 
62 60 

30 00 
62 52 

236 50 

84 25 
41 64 

17 25 



■"Credit for new office not yet opened. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



81 



Name of Post Oifice 



Golden Valley 

Goldenville 

Gold Spring 

Goldstrcam 

Goldthorpe 

Gollier 

Gondola Point 

Gonor 

Goodfare 

Goodfish Lake 

Good Hope 

Gooding 

Goodwin 

Goodwin Mill 

Gooseberry Cove 

Gooseberry Lake 

Goose ( reek (closed 7-2-25) . 

Gopher Head 

Gordon Lake 

Gordonsville 

Gore 

Gore 

Gorefield 

Goring 

Gorkendon (closed 30-11-25). 

Goshen 

Goshen 

Goulais River 

Goulbourne 

Gould Station 

Gouldtown 

Goulet 

Goiirin 

Goward 

Gower Point (closed 31-5-25) 

Gowland Mountain 

Gracieville 

Grafton 

Graham 

Grahamdale 

Graham Hill 

Graham Landing 

Grainfield 

Graminia 

Gramont 

Grand Aldouane 

Grande Anse 

Grand Bay 

Grand Beach (summer ofl&ce) 

Grand Desert 

Grand Deuxieme 

Grande Greve 

Grande Montagne 

Grande Pointe 

Grande Vallee 

Grand Fonds 

Grand Haven 

Grandique 

Grand in 

Grandique Ferry 

Grand Lake Station 

Grand Marais 

Grand Mira, North 

Grand Mira, South 

Grand Pabos 

Grand Palos, Quest 

Grand Rang 

Grand Rapids 

Grand Remou 

Grande Riviere, Quest 

Grand River Falls 

Grand St. Louis 



Province 



Qnt 

N.S 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Qnt 

Sask 

N.B 

Man 

Alberta. 
.\lberta. 
Alberta. 

Sask 

Alberta. 

N.B 

N.B 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Alberta. 

Qnt 

N.B 

N.S 

P.Q 

Sask 

Qnt 

Sask 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Ont 

B.C 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

Sask 

B.C 

N.B 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

Man... . 

N.S 

P.Q... 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C.... 

N.B 

Alberta. 
N.S.... 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
P.Q .... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

272 93 

285 34 

33 11 

43 00 
114 00 

91 50 
102 30 
89 00 
45 00 
22 25 

58 00 

41 50 
30 00 
30 00 
61 00 
13 00 

Nil 

42 20 
122 90 
144 00 
291 00 
147 00 

39 00 
113 00 
Nil 

55 00 
229 05 
191 85 

21 00 
152 00 
125 95 

47 00 

59 01 
451 00 

4 82 

30 00 

24 00 

235. 52 

344 90 

444 47 

36 07 

109 61 

61 00 

88 00 

150 50 

51 35 

315 55 

348 72 

271 64 

219 50 

33 95 

76 00 

75 50 

130 05 

475 00 

44 51 
63 00 

173 50 
21 00 
33 00 
66 25 

265 41 
27 00 
36 00 

277 45 
59 20 

100 47 

30 00 
95 00 

256 01 

31 00 

43 00 



Name of Post Office 



Grangeville 

Granlea 

Granite Bay 

Grantville 

Granville 

Grass Cove 

Grassmere 

Grass River 

Grassy Plains 

Grattan 

Grattan 

Grata 

Gravel 

Gravel Hill 

Grayburn 

Gray Creek 

Graydahl 

Graytown 

Graywood 

Great Central (opened 1-7-25). 

Great Desert 

Greece's Point 

Greenbrier 

Greenbush (closed 1-7-25) 

Greendale 

Greenfield, Colchester 

Greenfield Park 

Greening 

Green Glade 

Green Harbour 

Green Lake 

Greenland 

Greenlawn 

Green Mountain 

Greenock 

Greenongh Settlement 

Green River 

Green's Brook 

Greensides 

Greenstreet (closed 15-9-25). . 

Greenvale 

Greenview 

Greenwald 

Greenwich Hill 

Greer 

Greer Mount 

Gregan 

Gregherd 

Gregory (summer office) 

Grenadier Island 

Grenville Bay 

Grev's Mills 

Griffith 

Grimsthorpe 

Grondines Est 

Grondines Quest 

Grondines Station 

Grosmont 

Gros Morne 

Gros Pin 

Grosse Isle 

Grosse Isle 

Grosse Coqu.es 

Grosses Roches 

Grosswerder 

Grosvenor 

Groton 

Grove Park 

Grove Creek 

Groves Point 

Gnind 

Grunthal 



Province 



N.B 

Alberta. , 
B.C 

N.S 

Yukon... 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

B.C 

N.B 

Ont 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Ont 

Sask 

B.C 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

B.C 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Sask.... 

Man 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

Qnt 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

Sask 

Qnt 

Qnt 

P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

Sask 

N.S.... 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.S.... 

Man 

Man .... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

86 60 
55 08 

115 ?2 

167 00 

97 00 

50 00 

41 00 

18 00 
79 25 
94 75 
88 12 

35 65 
70 40 
68 25 

154 44 
236 00 

53 38 
117 37 

82 00 
365 40 

41 25 

15 00 

41 00 

42 23 

19 00 

78 92 
(o) 

110 76 
42 50 

230 10 

125 85 

66 05 

91 45 

26 10 

319 70 

36 10 
120 50 

38 50 
14 90 

Nil 
13 30 
66 25 
82 50 

210 00 

111 55 
41 00 

286 50 
30 30 

200 75 
74 45 
99 00 

87 75 
249 00 

79 10 
81 00 

74 00 
256 00 

29 22 

37 00 

285 20 

315 80 

286 25 
306 99 
157 66 

29 00 

75 50 
59 50 
55 20 
33 00 
18 00 

145 32 



(a) For revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices. 
23144—6 



82 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Gueguen 

Guelph, Sub-office No. 2 

(opened 12-8-25) 

Guimond 

Guindon 

Guiney 

Guite 

Gunderson (closed 15-6-25) . . . 

Gunning Cove 

Gunter 

Gunworth 

Gurneyville 

Guthrie 

Guynemer 

Guysborough Intervale 

Gwendoline 

Gypsumville 

Hacheyville 

Hachi 

Hacketts' Cove 

Hadashville 

Haddock , 

Hadlington 

Ha! Ha' Bay Junction 

Haight 

Haines Lake 

Hairy Hill 

Halbstadt 

Halcomb 

Halcro 

Halcyon Hot Springs 

Haldane Hill 

Haldimand East 

Half Island-Cove 

Halfmoon Bay 

Halfway 

Halfway Brook 

Halfway Cove 

Halfway Lake 

Halfway River Station 

Halifax Sub-Office No.' 3. '.'.'.. 

Halifax Sub-Office No. 6 

Hall (closed 31-3-25) 

Hallboro 

Hallewood 

Hall's Bridge 

Hall's Glen 

Hall's Harbour 

Hall's Lake 

Hall's Prairie 

Halpenny 

Halvorgate 

Hamel 

Hamelin 

Hamill's Point (summer 

office) 

Hamilton 

Hamilton Cove 

Hamilton Mountain 

Hamilton Sub-Office No. 7.. . 
Hamilton Sub-Office No. 9 

(closed 24-11-25) 

Hamilton Sub-Office No. 11.. 
Hamilton Sub-Office No. 14.. 

Hammertown 

Hammond River 

Hammondvale 

Hampton 

Hamrlik 



Province 


Revenue 




$ cts. 


N.B 


45 10 


Ont 


(a) 


N.B 


21 00 


P.Q 


33 25 


Ont 


26 00 


P-Q 


60 85 


Sask 


7 71 


N.S 


256 20 


Ont 


139 00 


Sask 


125 63 


Alberta.. . 


36 25 


Ont 


100 25 


Man 


14 00 


N.S 


108 00 


Sask 


9 00 


Man 


570 86 


N.B 


15 00 


N.B 


81 25 


N.S 


252 30 


Man 


217 87 


Alberta... 


76 00 


Ont 


.58 00 


P.Q 


435 29 


Alberta... 


292 65 


Ont 


22 00 


Alberta. . . 


150 63 


Man 


101 80 


N.B 


60 00 


Sask 


15 00 


B.C 


254 50 


Ont 


86 65 


P.Q 


123 02 


N.S 


280 50 


B.C 


301 00 


Ont 


54 00 


N.S 


72 70 


N.S 


117 05 


Alberta... 


35 00 


N.S 


168 75 


Man 


46 00 


N.S 


ib) 


N.S 


ib) 


B.C 


Nil 


Man 


96 45 


Ont 


222 05 


Ont 


457 75 


Ont 


96 00 


N.S 


267 00 


Ont 


95 00 


B.C 


72 24 


Ont 


56 00 


Sask 


17 00 


P.Q 


23 00 


P.Q 


68 00 


Ont 


54 20 


P.E.I 


175 40 


P.Q 


610 28 


N.B 


30 00 


Ont 


(C) 


Ont 


(c) 


Ont 


(c) 


Ont 


(c) 


Ont 


42 75 


N.B 


105 14 


N.B 


143 30 


P.E.I 


212 45 


Man 


32 65 



Name of Post Office 



Hanall 

Hanbury (closed 31-7-25) . . 

Hanceville 

Handsworth 

Hanford Brook 

Hansard 

Harbour Centre 

Harbour Road 

Harbourview 

Hardwicke 

Hardwood Hills 

Hardwood Lake 

Hardwood Lands 

Harehills 

Harewood 

Harlan 

Harlech (closed 31-8-25) ... 

Harlem , 

Harlington 

Harmattan 

Harmony 

Harmony 

Harmony Mills (closed 23-5- 

25) 

Harmsworth 

Harpellville 

Harper's Corners 

Harperville 

Harptree 

Harricanaw Quest 

Harrigan Cove 

Harrington Harbour 

Harrisburg 

Harrisland (closed 24-10-24) 

(re-opened 1-7-25) 

Harris Hill (closed 9-1-26) 

(re-opened 1-4-26) 

Harrison Mills 

Harrisville 

Harrowgate 

Hart 

Hartford 

Hartley 

Hartley Bay 

Hartling 

Hartshorn 

Hartsmere 

Hartville (closed 7-11-25) 

Harty 

Harvey Bank 

Harwill 

Hassett 

Hastings 

Hatchley Station 

Hatfield 

Hatherleigh 

Hathersage 

Hattonford 

Haultain 

Haut Lameque 

Haut Shippigan 

Havelock 

Haven 

Havendale 

Havergal 

Haverhill 

Havilah 

Hawker 

Hawkeye 

Hawk Lake 

Hawksdale 



Province 



B.C.... 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 

Sask 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Sask 

N.B.... 

Sask 

Alberta 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta 

Ont 

N.S.... 

N.S.... 

Man 

N.S.... 

Ont 

Man 

Sask 

P.Q... 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.B... 
B.C.... 

Sask 

N.S.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 

Man 

N.S.... 
N.B... 

Ont 

Sask 

Sask 

Alberta 
Alberta 

Ont 

N.B..... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

138 29 

6 11 

358 40 

136 31 
75 00 
93 92 
45 00 
49 00 

154 75 

260 55 

54 01 

47 01 
30 00 

39 15 

40 40 
112 75 

13 32 
164 44 
127 85 
307 00 

48 00 
89 75 

12 15 

185 07 

61 25 

56 00 

12 09 
121 55 

56 00 
230 75 
143 95 
212 50 

25 00 

27 76 
588 36 

16 25 
224 75 
369 97 
112 75 
145 50 

74 55 
332 20 
293 66 

45 50 

13 62 
209 50 
140 00 

29 75 

44 25 

25 00 

237 53 

102 75 

89 70 

56 90 

99 71 

68 50 

42 00 

27 25 

167 30 

98 26 

37 25 
33 73 
25 50 

38 02 
27 95 

75 00 

137 00 
35 00 



(o) For revenue see under Guelph Sub-Offices. 
(6) For revenue see under Halifax Sub-Offices. 



(c) For revenue see under Hamilton Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



83 



Name of Post Office 



Hawthorne 

Hay 

Hay Cove 

Hay Meadow 

Hayesville.'. 

Hayland 

Hay River 

Hay's River 

Hazel Bank (closed 31-12-25) 

Hazel Bluff 

Hazeldale 

Hazel Land 

Hazelridge 

Hazelwood 

Hazen Settlement 

Hazlet 

Head Lake 

Headlands 

Head of Amherst 

Head of Chezzetcook 

Head of Jeddore 

Head of Lochaber 

Head of Loch Lomond 

Head of Millstream 

Heart Lake 

Heart Valley 

Heaslip Station 

Heath Creek 

Heathdale 

Heatherdown 

Heath Point 

Hebbs Cross 

Hebbville 

Hebert 

Hebron 

Hecla 

Hectanooga 

Hector 

Heidelburg 

Heinsburg 

Hekkla 

Heldar 

Helmsdale 

Hemison 

Henderson Settlement 

Henderson Vale 

Henfryn 

Hennepin 

Hennigar 

Henriel 

Henry River 

Henrysburg 

Heon 

Heppel 

Hercules 

Hermitage Club 

Heron Island 

Herring Cove 

Herouville 

Herronton 

Herschel Island (opened 17-4- 

25) 

H6tri^re 

Hewitt Landing 

Hexham 

Hibernia 

High Bank 

Highfield... 

Highgate Siding 

High Hill 

Highland 

Highland Hill 



Province 



N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

Sask 

N.B 

Man 

N.W.T.. 

N.S 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

N-.S 

P.Q 

Man 

Sask 

N.B 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

N.S 



N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

Man 

Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

Man 

N.S 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 



Y.T... 

P.Q... 

Sask... 

N.B... 

N.B... 

P.E.I. . 

N.B... 

Sask... 

Sask. . . 

N.S... 

N.S... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

30 00 

547 20 

57 00 
25 00 

13 85 

62 64 
148 73 

60 67 
Nil 

45 00 
36 55 
76 00 

419 45 

58 00 

46 00 
138 06 
169 00 

29 00 
200 75 
268 70 
398 12 

53 50 

45 00 
157 75 

88 00 

46 00 

79 35 
11 00 
55 25 

212 02 

10 00 

207 35 

59 25 

28 00 
32 00 

202 05 
280 01 

59 50 
236 00 

27 00 

63 18 
78 99 
59 15 

131 42 

80 60 
15 00 

117 80 

76 01 

153 98 

23 25 
428 24 
346 00 

20 00 

115 95 

94 50 

82 00 

17 00 

137 47 

381 00 

24 00 

25 00 
19 00 
36 50 
98 00 

130 50 
25 50 
73 50 

101 50 

29 75 

14 00 
35 00 



Name of Post Office 



Highland Village 

High Point 

High Tor 

Highvale 

High View 

*Highway 

Highworth 

Hilbre 

Hildegard 

Hilden 

Hillaton 

Hillandale 

Hill Crest 

Hill End 

Hillesden 

Hill Grove 

Hillsborough 

Hillsburn 

Hillsdale 

Hillsdale 

Hillsdown 

Hillside 

Hillside Beach 

Hillside, Boularderie 

Hillside, Cape Breton 

Hillside 

Hillsley 

Hills Lake 

Hillsvale 

Hilltop (closed 30-12-25) 

Hillview 

Hilly Grove 

Hindon Hill 

Hindville 

Hinton Trail 

Hiram 

Hixon 

Hnausa 

Hoadley 

Hoards' Station 

Hochstadt 

Hocquart 

Hodgins 

Hogan 

Holbom 

Holderville 

Holland's Mills 

Holmesville 

Holmesville 

Holt 

Holtville 

Homebrook 

Homeglen 

Homer Siding 

Homeville 

Honeydale 

Honey Harbour (summer 

office) 

Honeymoon 

Honora 

Hope Bay 

Hopefield 

Hopetown 

Hopetown 

Hope Valley 

Hopington 

Hopkins Landing 

Hopper 

Horburg 

Hornby Island 

Horndean 

Horn's Road 



Province 



N.S 

Sask 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

Man 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta., 

Ont 

Man 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 

Sask 

Ont 

N.S 

Man 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 

B.C 

Man 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B 

Man 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

N.B 



Ont 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

B.C 

B.C 

N.B 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Man 

N.S 



Revenue 

I cts. 
75 70 

11 75 
22 00 
50 75 
56 25 

12 00 
.22 00 
376 24 

15 00 

188 30 

75 00 

82 25 
20 00 
40 00 

27 20 
94 00 

103 40 
148 30 
25 50 
2.33 10 
300 70 
314 24 
130 20 

54 50 
30 00 
96 00 
50 00 
11 00 
80 75 

55 18 
6 00 

28 00 

37 15 
65 05 

38 00 

35 37 
43 37 

298 78 
279 12 
284 79 
58 25 
122 50 

56 50 

211 55 
65 25 

83 00 
38 00 

118 25 

212 25 
151 55 

88 35 

36 17 
229 58 

29 00 
14 00 

238 18 

565 GO 

38 00 

116 45 

96 50 

80 00 

180 40 

102 70 

36 00 

122 45 

174 75 

9 00 

397 88 

178 30 

293 52 

28 00 



* Credit for new oflBce not yet opened. 
23144— 6J 



84 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Horod (opened 16-12-25) 

Horse Butte 

Horse Creek 

Horsefly 

Horse Lake (closed 1-12-25) . 

Horseshoe Lake 

Hoselaw 

Hotel Bigaouette (summer 

office) 

Houde 

Hough Lake 

Housey's Rapids 

Hove 

Howard 

Howard ville 

Howdenvale (summer office) 

Howie 

Howie Centre 

Howser 

Hoyle 

Hubalta 

Hubbard Point 

Hudson Hope 

Hugel 

Huggett 

Hulatt 

Humberside 

Hume 

Hume Rear 

Humphrey , 

Hunker 

Hunta 

Hunter's Home 

Hunter's Lodge 

Hunter's Mountain 

Hunter's Point 

Hunterstown 

Huntingdon 

Hunt's Point 

Hupel 

Hurdman Lodge 

Hurdville 

Hurkett 

Huronian 

Huronville 

Husavick 

Hutton House 

Hyannas 

Hyde 

Hydraulic 

Hydro Glen 

Hylo 

Hythe 

Ibstone 

Ideal 

Idylwild 

Iffley 

He k la Crosse 

He aux Oies 

He des Chenes 

He Mainville 

He Michon 

Isle Verte, Quest 

Illerbrun. 

Ilfracombe 

Imhoff 

Inchby 

Indian Bay 

Indian Brook 

Indian Harbour 

Indian Harbour Lake 

Indian Island 

Xndian Mountain 



Province 


Revenue 




$ cts. 


Man 


40 00 


Sask 


170 72 


Sask 


49 00 1 


B.C 


261 47 i 


Sask 


9 44 


Alberta... 


17 00 


Alberta... 


38 15 


P.Q 


8 94 


P.Q 


22 00 


Ont 


61 25 


Ont 


183 15 


Man 


47 18 ! 


N.B 


61 50 


Man 


28 39 I 


Ont 


90 00 


Alberta... 


49 25 


N.S 


13 17 


B.C 


167 46 


Ont 


261 00 


Alberta. .. 


82 00 


N.S 


42 50 


B.C 


170 55 


Ont 


53 46 


Alberta... 


39 07 


B.C 


171 00 


Ont 


173 40 


Sask 


168 25 


N.S 


7 30 


Ont 


97 75 


Yukon — 


15 00 


Ont 


193 40 i 


N.B 


24 26 


N.S 


25 30 


N.S 


71 45 


P.Q 


206 50 


P.Q 


226 41 


N.S 


15 00 


N.S 


250 30 


B.C 


59 10 


Sask 


57 80 1 


Ont 


71 87 1 


Ont 


487 58 


Ont 


55 00 1 


Sask 


87 70 1 


Man 


63 00 


Ont 


139 25 


N.S 


22 00 


Sask 


71 00 


B.C 


25 00 I 


Ont 


164 00 


Alberta... 


43 00 


Alberta... 


275 93 


Sask 


155 50 


Man 


44 49 


Sask 


58 10 ! 


Sask 


107 75 1 


Sask 


156 00 


P.Q 


30 00 


Man 


162 25 


P.Q 


28 00 


P.Q 


10 00 


P.Q 


197 25 1 


Sask 


25 50 


Ont 


55 00 1 


N.B 


81 50 


N.B 


82 51 


Man 


109 71 


N.S 


96 15 1 


N.S 


361 75 


N.S 


91 75 


N.B 


23 25 


N.B 


20 00 



Name of Post Office 



Indian Path „ 

Indian Point 

Indian Road 

Indian Springs 

Indus 

Ingalls Head 

Ingebright 

Ingleford 

Ingoldsby 

Ingolf 

Ingomar •. 

Ingonish Beach 

Ingonish Centre 

Ingonish Ferry .-. . . 

Inholmes 

Inkerman Ferry 

Inland 

Inlet 

Inlet Baddeck 

Innes 

Innisville 

Intervale 

Intola 

Inverside 

lola 

lona 

lona 

lona Rear 

Ireland 

Ireland 

Irish Cove 

Irish town 

Irish Vale 

Iron Bound Cove 

Iron Hill 

Iron Mines 

Iron Ore 

Iron River (opened 1-8-25). .-.. 

Ironville 

Iroquois 

Irwinville 

Isaac's Harbour North 

Isherwood 

Island Falls Junction (opened 

27-10-25) 

Island Grove (summer office) 

Island Point 

Island River 

Isle aux Coudres 

Isle Bizard 

Isle Dupas 

Isle Verte Ouest 

Isle Verte Sud 

Ispas 

Issoudun 

Italy Cross 

Ivera 

Ivry 

Ivry Nord 

Ivy 

Ivy Lea (summer office) 

Jack's Lake 

Jackson 

Jaco Hughes 

Jailletville 

Jalbert. 

James River 

James River Bridge 

James River Station 

Jamesville 

Jamesville West 

Jamot 

Janetville Station 



Province 



N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Man 

Alberta' 
N.B.... 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.B... 
Alberta 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 

Sask 

Ont 

N.B.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
Alberta 

Ont 

P.E.I... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q.... 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
P.Q... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 

N.S.... 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Ont 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

34 75 
237 30 

47 70 
125 25 
130 08 
106 56 
291 70 

12 05 

105 50 
460 35 
184 00 
250 74 

68 00 

106 70 
55 20 

40 10 
192 30 

96 00 

23 20 
214 17 
111 55 

8 00 

96 00 

77 95 

190 48 

2.34 02 

216 00 

90 00 

21 00 

39 50 

114 60 

50 00 

39 08 

24 00 
195 00 

63 00 
11 00 

41 50 
46 05 

170 65 

30 00 

155 81 

17 85 

352 50 

414 10 

29 00 

143 00 
257 00 
158 50 

144 60 
197 25 

84 25 

35 25 
291 20 
322 70 

15 00 

53 62 
81 00 

167 36 
305 00 

100 00 

54 00 
95 39 
29 65 

69 05 
24 00 

18 47 
266 44 

16 00 
164 72 

63 00 
167 60 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



85 



Name of Post Office 



Janvrins Harbour 

Jardine Brook 

Jardineville 

Jarnac (summer office) 

Jaroslaw 

Jeannette's Creek 

Jeanne d'Arc 

Jean Noel 

Jedburgh 

Jeddore Oyster Ponds 

Jed way 

Jefferson 

Jeffrey 

Jeffrey 

Jellicoe 

Jellyby 

Jersey Cove 

Jersey Cove 

Jersey Mills 

Jesmond 

Jessica 

Jewellville 

Jock Vale 

Joffre 

Joggin Bridge 

Johnson's Croft. 

Johnson's Landing 

Johnson's Mills 

Johnston's River 

Johnstown 

Johnville 

Jolicure 

Jollimore 

Joly 

Jones Falls 

Jonquiere Ouest 

Jordan Bay 

Jordan Bay, East Side 

Jordan Ferry 

Jordan Mountain 

Jordan River 

Jordanville 

Joseph Farm 

Josephine 

Joubert 

Joyal 

Joynt 

Jubilee 

Juddhaven 

Judge 

Judique 

Judique Intervale 

Judique South 

Julien 

Jumping Pound 

Juniper 

Juniper Island (summer 

office) 

Juniper Mount 

Juniper Station 

Junor 

Jura. 

Juvenile Settlement 

KahsheLake (summer office) 

Kakawis 

Kaleland (closed 31-5-25).. 

Kalevala 

Kamouraska-aux-Cotes 

Kanata 

Kananaskis 

Kanawana (summer office) 



Province 



N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

Man.. . . 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask. . . . 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
Alberta 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C.... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
P.E.I. . 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
Saak... 
N.S.... 

P.Q 

Sask... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

P.Q 

Alberta 
N.B.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 
Sask.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
Alberta 
Man.. . . 

P.Q 

Alberta 
Alberta 
P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

65 25 

10 00 

48 25 

29 00 

45 54 

258 57 

78 30 

5 01 

164 75 

-388 48 

68 00 

174 75 

161 25 

27 50 
205 45 

227 00 
58 25 

185 75 
92 00 
156 00 
126 53 

91 35 
67 15 
42 50 

237 20 

9 25 

90 50 

37 01 

400 00 
53 50 

149 25 
134 00 
180 95 

97 25 
263 00 
141 65 
106 75 
295 30 

92 50 
23 00 

116 99 
50 00 

14 30 

28 85 

50 00 
13 27 

19 48 

29 40 
442 65 
189 50 
252 25 

15 00 
197 25 

63 70 
133 65 
779 17 

692 00 

20 00 
220 50 

228 92 
94 50 
47 00 

150 00 
55 00 

Nil 
41 50 
96 78 

51 00 
138 00 
150 00 



Name of Post Office 



Kane 

Kannon 

Kantenville 

Kanyengeh 

Karluk.... 

Kashabowie 

Kavanagh 

Kavanagh Mills 

Kawartha Park (summer 

office) 

Kawene 

Kayville _. 

Kazubazua Station 

Kealey Springs 

Keatley 

Kedgemakooge (summer 

office) 

Kedron 

Keephills 

Kegaska 

Keithley Creek 

Kelly 

Kellyvale 

Kelly's Cross 

Kelsey Bay (opened 16-1-26) 

Kelso 

Kempt Road 

Kempt Road Hill 

Kempt Shore 

Kempt Town 

Kenlis (closed 28-8-25) 

Kenloch 

Kennebecasis Island 

Kennington Cove 

Kenogami Lake 

KenoHill 

Kensington Heights 

Kent Boom 

Kent Lake 

Kentvale 

Keppoch 

Kermaria 

Kemdale 

Kerry 

Kersey 

Kersley 

Kessler 

Ketch Harbour 

Kevisville 

Kew 

Kewanna 

Kewstoke 

Key Junction 

Keystone 

Key West 

Khartum 

Kieville 

KilfoU 

Kilgard 

Kilkenny 

Kilkerran 

Killaloe 

Killam's Mills 

Killarney Lake 

Killdeer 

Killowen 

Kiltarlity 

Kilronan '. 

Kilwinning 

Kilwinning Siding 

Kimball 

Kimberley 




Man. 
P.Q 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
N.S.... 



Ont.. 
Ont.. 
Sask. 
P.Q.. 

Sask. 
Sask. 



N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

B.C 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.E.I... 

B.C 

Ont 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask.... 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Yukon. . 

Ont 

N.B 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

N.B 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B 

B.C 

Man 

B.C 

Ont 

N.B 

Alberta. 

Sask 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask 

Sask 

Sask...., 
Alberta. 
P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

379 89 

105 00 
57 00 
14 00 
41 25 

311 69 

82 70 

7 61 

360 00 
105 50 
377 20 
252 00 
31 00 
25 95 

Nil 
22 00 
142 40 
Nil 
136 27 
166 00 

20 05 
224 42 

62 25 

155 64 

64 76 

35 50 

214 22 

125 62 

10 94 

146 05 

39 00 

18 00 

199 25 

257 30 

(a) 

41 00 
46 00 
174 51 
18 -60 
88 35 

16 50 

17 00 
53 99 

227 70 
50 00 

110 41 
74 00 

161 50 

120 25 
53 .50 

406 55 
82 28 
38 00 
50 00 

37 50 

38 01 
224 29 

16 00 
77 00 
110 00 
86 25 
50 35 

21 47 
25 00 
10 50 
38 00 

44 00 
120 00 
234 75 

45 00 



(o) For revenue see under London Sub-Offices. 



86 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Kimsquit (summer office) 
(closed 31-3-26) 

Kinbrae 

Kincardine 

Kincolith 

Kincorth 

King Grove 

Kinglake 

Kingross 

Kingsburg 

Kingsclear 

Kingscroft 

Kingscroft 

Kingsford 

Kingsgate 

King's Head 

Kingsland 

Kingsley (closed 13-8-25) 

Kingsmere 

Kingston Mills 

Kingston Station 

Kingston Sub-Office No. 1 
(tern, closed 16-4-25) (re- 
opened 24-7-25) 

Kingston Village 

Kingsville 

Kingsway (summer office) . . . 

Kinikinik 

Kinloss 

Kinmundy 

Kinosota 

Kinsac 

Kinsman's Corners 

Kintail 

Kin tore 

Kippenville 

Kirkhill 

Kirkhill 

Kirkman Creek 

Kirkmount 

Kirkness 

Kirk's Ferry 

Kirkwood 

Kirouac 

Kiskisink 

Kispiox 

Kitigan 

Kitigan Station 

Kitimat Mission 

Kivikoski 

Klamath 

Kleczkoswki 

Kleefeld 

KleskunHill 

Klintonel 

Klueys Bay (summer office) . 

Knappen 

Knightington 

Knight Inlet (summer office). 

Knob Hill 

Knouff Lake(summer office). 

Knowles 

Knowlton Landing 

Knoxbridge 

Knoydart 

Knutsford 

Koostatak 

Kootenay Bay ; 

Kopernick 

Korah 

Kouchibouguac Beach 

Kowkash 



Province 


Revenue 




$ cts. 


B.C 


Nil 


Sask 


63 77 


N.B 


55 00 


B.C 


212 51 


Sask 


257 75 


N.S 


22 00 


Ont 


111 25 


N.S 


25 00 


N.S 


148 82 


N.B 


439 02 


P.Q 


127 00 


N.B 


41 00 


Sask 


131 63 


B.C 


414 00 


N.S 


74 35 


Sask 


142 10 


Man 


11 36 


P.Q 


45 00 


Ont 


56 30 


Ont 


(b) 


Ont 


Q>) 


N.S 


195 05 


N.S 


100 00 


Ont 


439 70 


Alberta... 


12 00 


Ont 


222 00 


Alberta... 


140 35 


Man 


249 00 


N.S 


37 95 


N.S 


909 65 


Ont 


200 15 


N.B 


117 50 


Alberta... 


50 52 


N.S 


25 05 


Ont 


Nil 


N.W.T... 


33 00 


N.S 


8 00 


Man 


46 57 


P.Q 


852 00 


N.B 


1? 00 


P.Q 


196 05 


P.Q 


304 74 


B.C 


13 00 


Ont 


m 40 


Ont 


79 00 


B.C 


145 18 


Ont 


30 95 


Sask 


33 40 


Sask 


102 82 


Man 


94 05 


Alberta... 


6 00 


Sask 


60 00 


Ont 


199 50 


Alberta... 


69 89 


Ont 


72 00 


B.C 


120 20 


Alberta... 


195 00 


B.C 


25 25 


N.S 


87 00 


P.Q 


105 02 


P.Q 


81 00 


N.S 


44 95 


B.C 


126 40 


Man 


168 33 


B.C 


189 93 


Alberta... 


25 00 


Ont 


62 00 


N.B 


73 01 


Ont 


141 70 



Name of Post Office 



Krakow 

Krasne 

Kristnes 

Krupp 

Kulish 

Kuper Island. 

Kyuquot 

Kynoch 



La Baleine 

Labarre 

La Barri^re 

Labissonnifere 

Labonneville 

La Boucaine 

La Branche 

Labrecque 

Labrie 

La Butte 

Lac a Beauce 

Lac Archambault (summer 

office) 

Lacadena 

Lac h Foin 

Lac h, Laurent , 

Lac h la Truite (summer 

office) 

La Calmette 

Lac aux Brochets 

Lac Beauport 

Lac Bellemare 

Lac Bellevue 

Lac Bitobig 

Lac Bouchette Station 

Lac Canard 

Lac Cardinal 

Lac Castor 

Lac Charlebois (summer 

office) 

Lac Chat 

Lac Cornu (summer office). . . 

Lac David 

Lac des Commissaires 

(closed 3-11-25) 

Lac Desert 

Lac des Pins (summer office) . 
Lac Duhamel (summer 

office) 

Lac Echo 

Lac Francais 

Lac Gagnon (summer office) . 

Lac Grosleau 

Lac Guindon (summer office) . 

Lachenaie 

Lachine Rapids 

Lac Labelle 

Lac la Biche Mission 

Lac la Motte 

Lac la Nonne 

Lac la Peche 

Lac la Ronge. 

Lac Makamik 

Lac Manitou Sud (summer 

office) 

Lac Marois 

Lac Nantel. 

La Conception Station 

Laconia. 

Lacordaire 

La Corey 

Lacoste '. 

Lac Pacquin (summer office) . 



Province 



Alberta. 

Sask 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 

Man 

B.C 

B.C 

Ont 



P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q., 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 

P.Q.. 
Sask. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 



P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
P.Q 



P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 

P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 



P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 



P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

Sask — 
Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

49 00 

18 25 
35 00 

166 55 

61 25 

272 20 

135 75 

95 53 

50 00 
144 30 

45 00 

54 00 
82 25 
22 50 
37 00 
15 00 
63 25 

48 00 
82 50 

280 00 
552 30 

33 00 
21 00 

55 25 

19 50 
35 00 

72 16 
225 70 

6 40 
80 54 

597 05 

Nil 
28 25 

31 50 

45 00 
80 40 

56 00 
45 00 

3 16 
92 55 

27 00 

25 00 

204 00 

89 10 

32 50 
87 13 

155 00 

260 00 

58 00 

160 00 

73 45 
9 00 

86 37 
250 00 
154 50 

28 00 

58 05 
305 02 
227 25 

91 98 

57 50 
77 25 

49 00 
159 75 

34 00 



(6) For revenue see under Kingston Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



87 



Name of Post Office 



Lac Pinault 

Lac Renaud (summer office) . 

La Croche 

Lac St. Pacome 

Lac St. Paul 

Lac Sergent 

Lac Simon (summer office) . . 

Lac Superieur 

Lactor 

Lac Thibeault 

Lac Tremblant (summer 

office) 

Lac Unique 

La Cyr 

Lacy Road 

La Dfecharge 

La Descente des Femmes 

Ladrifere 

LaDurantaye 

Ladywood 

Lafayette 

La Ferme 

Lafrance 

Lagac6 

Lagaceville 

Lagadelle 

Lagani^re 

Laggan 

La Glace 

La Gorgendi^re 

La Grande Pointe 

La Have Island 

Laidlaw 

Laird 

Lake 

Lake Ainslie (E. Side) 

Lake Ainslie (S. Side) 

Lake Ainslie (W. Side) 

Lake Ainslie Chapel 

Lake Annis 

Lake Aylmer 

Lakeburn 

Lake Cayamont 

Lake Couchiching (summer 

office) 

Lakedale 

Lake Doucette 

Lake Eliza 

Lake Edward 

Lake Egmont 

Lakefield 

Lake Francis Station 

Lake Geneva 

Lake George, Kings 

Lakehurst 

Lake Isle 

Lake L'Achigan (summer 

office) 

Lakeland 

Lake La Rose 

Lake McGregor 

Lake Majeau 

Lake Midway 

Lake Munro 

Lake Opinicon 

Lakepark 

Lake Paul 

Lake Ramsay 

Lakesend 

*Lake Shaw 

Lake St. Charles , 

Lakeside 



Province 



P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 



P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

B.C 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 



Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.B 

N.S 

P.Q 

Man 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 



P.Q 

Man 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 

N.S 

Ont 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 

B.C 

P.Q 

P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
134 50 

20 00 
152 35 
269 53 

75 25 

72 90 

Nil 
205 75 

26 25 
55 50 

131 00 
65 00 
10 00 
13 00 

358 22 

65 50 
100 00 
440 00 

75 00 

102 50 

188 50 

28 00 

88 00 

119 87 

35 00 

81 00 

54 95 

91 75 
296 25 

62 00 
211 25 
264 04 

37 00 
39 00 
59 49 
30 30 
34 00 
9 00 
140 75 
122 25 

27 00 
205 85 

371 00 

33 00 
80 00 

34 00 
50 00 

92 07 
296 89 
302 34 

35 75 

63 50 
230 00 

66 30 

198 00 

185 70 

17 00 

67 15 
140 29 

35 00 
32 00 
85 00 
79 60 
48 00 

36 00 
108 00 

25 00 
53 70 
(a) 



Name of Post Office 



Lake Stream 

Lake Thelma 

Lake Thomas 

Laketon 

Lake Uist 

Lakevale 

Lakeview 

Lakeview 

Lake View House (summer 

office) 

Lakeville 

Lake William 

Lalancette 

Lalement (opened 24-8-25) . . . 

Lambert Comers 

La Merisi^re 

La Miehe 

Lammermoor 

La Montagne 

La Montee 

Lamorandiere 

La Motte 

L'Amoureux 

Lamy 

Lanark 

La Nation 

Lancelot 

Landmark 

Landry 

Landscape (closed 18-4-25)... 

Lands End 

Lang Bay 

Langmeade 

Languedoc 

Langvale 

Lanoraie Station 

La Normandie 

Lansdowne 

Lansdowne Station 

L'Anse a Brillant 

L'Anse a Fougere 

L'Anse k Giles 

L'Anse k Giles Station 

L'Anse k la Cabane 

L'Anse a la Croix 

L'Anse aux Cousins 

L'Anse a Valleau 

Lantier 

Lanuke 

La Passe 

Lapeyere 

La Petite Riviere St. Francois 

I^a Plaine 

La Plante 

Lapland 

La Pointe 

L' Archeveque 

Lardo 

L'Ardoise Highlands 

L'Ardoise West 

La Renaudiere 

La Rochelle 

Larouche 

Lascelles 

Laskay 

La Soci6t6 

Lasswade 

Last Lake 

Last Mountain 

La Tabatiere 

Latchford Bridge 

Lathom 



N.B 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 



Province 



P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 

Man 

N.B 

Sask 

N.B 

B.C 

Sask 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

9 00 

31 00 

31 00 

24 00 

51 00 

124 75 
20 00 
64 80 

104 50 
247 60 

57 00 
7 00 

49 50 

27 41 
66 70 

28 03 
53 00 

32 50 
112 00 

20 00 
297 75 

73 25 
148 61 
61 30 
73 00 
42 00 

21 75 
59 20 

Nil 
49 00 

317 55 
55 00 

132 59 
37 20 
45 00 
20 00 
42 00 

286 00 

190 10 

69 10 

125 00 

102 05 
94 85 

98 15 
477 00 

103 00 
107 00 
156 15 
351 00 

52 30 
452 00 
135 44 

35 51 

99 00 
28 20 
12 95 

240 19 

33 30 
222 20 

88 36 
172 50 
243 01 
163 63 

70 09 
61 52 
94 32 

53 50 
32 50 

36 75 
55 00 

233 62 



(a) For revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices. *Credit for new office not yet opened. 



88 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Lattie's Brook 

Latourelle 

Launay 

Launching Place 

Laureat 

Laurel 

Laurin 

Laval 

Laval Sur le Lac 

Lavaltrie Station 

Lavant 

Laventure (opened 1-11-25).. . 

La Verniere 

Lavery 

Lavesta 

Lavington 

Lavinia 

Lavoie 

Lawn Hill 

Lawrence Station 

Lawrie 

Lawsonburg 

Lawton 

Leafland 

Leakville 

Lealhoime (closed 31-3-25) . . . 

Leanian 

Leamington 

Lear 

Leary 

Ijcaside 

Leasowe 

Leaskdale 

Leavitt 

Leblanc 

Le Bouthillier 

Le C'ordon 

L'Echourie 

Le Clair 

Ledwyn 

Leech 

Leeshore 

Lee Valley 

Leeville 

Lefaive's Corners 

Lefebvre 

Leger Brook 

L6gere 

L6gere Corner 

L6gerville 

Leggatt's Point 

Legrand (closed 11-6-25) 

Leifur (closed 29-5-25) 

L^ighmore 

Leighside 

Leigh ton 

Leinan 

Leitche's Creek 

Leitche's Creek Station 

Leitchville 

Leith 

Lejac 

Leland 

Lemay 

Leminster 

Lemonville 

Lennard 

Lennox 

Lennox Ferry 

Lennox Island 

'^iCO 

Leofnard (re-opened 16-12-25). 

Leonard de Matapedia 

Leopold 



Province 



N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.E.I... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

P.Q. ... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

Sask 

P.Q... 
P.Q... 
Alberta 
B.C.... 
Man... . 
P.Q... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
Sask.... 
Alberta 
Alberta 
Alberta 
Sask.... 
Alberta 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 

Man 

Ont 

Alberta 

Ont 

Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
Sask.... 
Man... . 
N.B.... 
Alberta 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
B.C.... 
Man.. . . 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
Alberta, 

Sask 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 

Ont 

P.Q .... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Man .... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.E.I... 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 



Revenue 


$ cts. 


202 80 


29 75 


108 66 


86 50 


47 00 


75 00 


140 25 


11.3 .50 


130 00 


60 00 


30 00 


52 00 


75 00 


47 05 


76 37 


243 .50 


292 42 


17 00 


43 75 


408 95 


16 00 


77 80 


16 95 


8 10 


17 00 


Nil 


192 20 


75 00 


161 00 


51 00 


3,938 68 


17 60 


159 00 


70 10 


54 75 


215 20 


83 01 


185 70 


82 40 


36 05 


98 00 


17 00 


89 02 


138 70 


33 00 


150 50 


44 20 


99 25 


35 00 


32 65 


425 94 


15 00 


Nil 


51 00 


65 75 


138 63 


185 66 


118 00 


185 25 


28 50 


150 20 


205 70 


17 00 


20 92 


80 25 


135 25 


126 95 


31 00 


174 00 


24 00 


265 17 


76 00 


47 00 


35 25 



Name of Post Office 



IjC Petit Bois Franc 

Le Pre 

Le Rocher 

Lerwick 

Les Boules 

Les Caps '. 

Les Chenaux 

Lesdale (closed 1-1-26) . . . 

Les Dalles 

Les Fonds 

Les Hauteurs 

Leskard 

Les Lacs (summer office) 

Leslie 

Lessard 

Les Saules 

Les Trois Ruis-seaux 

Les Vieilles Forges 

Letang 

L'Etcte 

Letterkenny 

Lettonia 

Levesque 

Levy Settlement 

Lewis 

Lewis Bay West 

Lewis Cove Road 

Lewisham 

Lewis Mountain 

Lewis Mountain 

Lewiston 

Lewisville 

Lewiswyn 

Lexington 

Libau 

Libreville , 

Lidgett 

Lidstone 

Lightwoods 

Ligny St. Flochel 

Likely 

Lilac 

Liliendale 

Lillestrom 

Lillesve 

Lillyfield 

Lily 

Lily Bay 

Lilydale 

Lily Plain 

Lily Vale Closed 30-6-25) 

Lime Hill 

Limestone Lake 

L'Immaculee Conception 

Linaria 

Lindale 

Lindsay 

Lineham 

Linfield 

Lingan 

Linton Junction 

Linton's 

Linville (closed 1-11-25). . 

Lin wood 

Lisburn 

Liscombe Mills 

Lisgar Station 

Lismore 

Lisson 

Listerville 

Litchfield 

Little Aldouane 

Little Bartibog 

Little Bass River 



Province 



P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B..... 

N.B 

Ont 

Man 

N.B 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Sask 

N.S 

Man 

Man. 

Sask 

Man 

Sask 

P.Q 

B.C 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

Man 

Man 

N.S 

Man 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. . 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

N.B 

Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

Alberta. . 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

66 79 
48 25 
27 50 

67 00 
230 90 

35 20 
50 03 

1 58 
12 00 

186 48 
90 00 
94 00 
61 00 

194 00 

81 10 

82 00 
85 00 

36 00 
47 05 

257 25 

18 00 
71 20 
26 00 
24 00 

147 01 

19 00 
24 50 
36 00 
55 00 
14 00 

44 00 
1,117 25 

8 00 
30 00 

490 18 
36 00 

161 10 

83 55 

23 00 
142 00 
430 63 
303 59 

26 00 
53 00 
70 05 

45 00 
78 75 
39 00 
55 00 
45 00 

47 

32 01 

33 00 
135 00 

77 00 
113 05 
200 50 

82 24 

27 05 
220 50 
267 86 
126 70 

20 00 
215 70 
242 40 

83 50 
288 20 

77 95 
600 

24 00 
120 50 
128 00 

39 00 
277 90 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



89 



Name of Post Office 



Litt 
Litt: 
Litt 
Litt: 
Litt: 



C.'arrolton). 



e Beach 

e Branch •. . . . 

8 Bras d'Or (South Side) 

e Brook Station 

e Buffalo (Late 



Little Bullhead 

Little Cape 

Little Dover 

Little Gaspe 

Little Harbour 

Little Judique 

Little Judique Ponds 

Little Liscombe 

Little Lorraine 

Little Mabou 

Little Narrows 

Little Pabos 

Little Pabos River 

Little Plume 

Little Port L'Hebert 

Little Prairie 

Little Rapids 

Little Rid^e 

Little River ChSticamp 

Little River West 

Little River 

Little River Harbour 

Little Rocher 

Little Shippigan 

Little Tancook 

Little Tracadie 

Little Woody 

Little York 

Livingstone Cove 

Lizard Lake 

Lloyds. . , 

Lloyds' Hill 

Lobley 

Lobo 

Lobster Beach 

Locliaber Bay 

Lochaber Mines » 

Loch Ban 

Lochdale 

Lochend. 

Loch Katrine 

Loch Lomond 

Loch Lomond West 

Loch Monar 

Lochside 

Loch vale (Late Slave Lake 
Station) 

Lockeport 

Lockhart (closed 31-12-25)... 

Lochartville 

Lockport 

Locksteed 

Locre 

Lodore 

Loganville 

Logberg 

Logoch 

Log Valley 

Lombardy 

London Sub-office No. 5 

London Sub-office No. 6 

London Sub-office No. 7 

London Sub-office No. 9 

London Tambling's Corners. 

London (Sub-office Univer- 
sity) 



Province 



N.B. 
N.B. 

N.S. 
N.S. 



Sask.... 

Man 

N.B 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

Sask.... 
P.E.I... 

N.S 

Sask.... 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.S.... 



Alberta. 
B.C.... 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 

Man 

N.B.... 
Man — 

Ont 

N.S.... 
Sask.... 

Man 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 



Ont. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

28 50 
150 00 

^0 25 
152 00 

59 33 

60 85 
207 10 

74 25 

78 50 

66 80 

66 53 
95 00 
18 00 
58 00 

10 00 
250 19 
449 00 

74 00 
44 70 
44 75 
64 20 
142 72 
31 00 

28 00 
235 22 
356 50 

56 95 

38 65 

80 00 

110 30 

50 00 
115 25 
409 20 

51 50 

11 00 
34 15 
48 50 

201 74 

183 73 

14 00 

211 02 

67 50 
10 00 

238 60 
30 50 
83 96 
23 00 

29 70 
28 66 
51 25 

73 25 
515 19 
50 97 
387 10 
349 28 
22 00 
73 67 
22 00 
91 15 
37 60 
20 25 
56 00 
519 00 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 

(a) 



Name of Post Office 



Londonderry 

Londonderry Station 

Lonely Lake 

Lone Rock 

Lonesome Butte 

Lone Spruce 

Long Creek 

Long Hill 

Long Island Main 

Long Lake 

Long Point 

Long Point 

Long Point of Mingan 

Long Reach 

Longs 

Longs' Cove 

Longview 

Longworth 

Lonira 

Looma 

Loon 

Loon Forks 

Loon Lake 

Loos 

Loranger 

Loree 

Lorenzo 

Lorimer Lake 

Lome 

Lome 

Lome 

Lome Oreek 

Lome House (summer office). 

Lome Park 

Lome Mine 

Lornevale 

Lomeville 

Lorneville 

Lost River 

Lost River 

Louisa 

Louise Docks (summer office) 

Louis Creek 

Louis Head 

Lourdes 

Lourdes du Blanc Sablon 

Louvain (closed 31-1-26) 

liOw Bush 

Lowell 

Lowe Inlet (summer office) . . 

Lower Abougoggin 

I^wer Branch 

Lower Burlington 

Lower Burnside 

Lower Caledonia 

Lower Cape 

Lower Cape Bald 

Lower Capilano (opened 16-1- 

26) 

Lower Clarke Harbour 

Lower Concession 

Lower Coteau Road (opened 

1-11-25) 

Lower Cove 

Lower Derby 

Lower East Chezzetcook 

Lower Economy 

Lower Eel Brook 

Lower Escuminac 

Lower Five Islands 

Lower Gage town 

Lower Greenville 



Province 



N.B.... 

N.S.... 

Man 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B... 
Alberta 
B.C.... 
Alberta 
Alberta 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Sask 

B.C.... 

P.Q 

Ont 

Sask..., 

Ont 

N.B.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
P.Q... 
Ont. . . . 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q... 
Sask.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 
Sask..., 

Ont 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

B.C.... 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

N.B.... 

N.S.... 
N.B... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

18 10 

468 32 

139 52 
52 05 
56 10 

6 50 
51 70 

18 00 
2 00 

172 70 

242 00 

30 00 

160 07 

155 00 
16 50 
26 25 

215 00 
518 15 

75 00 
90 82 
80 00 

25 50 
105 00 
109 05 
135 65 

51 00 

44 00 

14 00 
87 25 

162 82 

45 00 
61 50 

286 00 
290 50 
124 46 

38 50 
149 00 
128 00 
142 21 
162 45 

77 00 
Nil 
168 50 

156 96 
212 95 

56 60 

15 05 
202 06 

15 00 
92 21 
42 00 
64 00 

140 00 
34 00 

139 60 

37 20 

9 00 

45 00 
146 00 
131 65 

19 00 
69 29 
82 50 

76 60 
160 00 

52 00 
47 73 

236 00 
56 50 

26 00 



(n) For revenue see under London Sub-Offices. 



90 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Lower Gueguen 

Lower Hillsdale 

Lower Ireland 

Lower Jordan Bay 

Lower Kingston 

Lower La Have 

Lower Meagher's Grant 

Lower Melbourne 

Lower Middle River 

Lower Millsfream 

Lower Montague 

Lower Mount Thom 

Lower Napan 

Lower Neguac 

Lower Newcastle 

Lower New Cornwall 

Lower Northfield 

Lower North Grant 

Lower Prospect 

Lower River Inhabitants 

Lower Rose Bay 

Lower St. Esprit 

Lower St. Charles 

Lower Sackville 

Lower Sandy Point 

Lower Sapin 

Lower Saulnierville 

Lower Selmah 

Lower Shag Harbour 

Lower Ship Harbour 

Lower Ship Harbour East... 

Lower South River 

Lower Springfield 

Lower Washabuck 

Lower Wedgeport 

Lower Wentworth 

Lower West Jeddore 

Lower West Pubnico 

Lower Whitehaven 

Low Point 

Lozelle 

Lozier Settlement 

Lucasville 

Lucerne 

Lugar 

Luella 

Lumsden Beach (summer 

office) 

Lundemo 

Lundy 

Lunnford 

Lussier 

Lutes Mountain 

Luzan 

*Lyalta 

Lydiatt 

Lynche River 

Lyndon 

Lynnville (closed 1-7-25) 

Ly ttleton 

Lytton 

McAdam's Lake 

McArras Brook 

McArthur (opened 1-7-25).... 

McArthur's Mills 

McAulay's 

McBean 

McCluskey 

McCormack 

McCreadyville 



Province 


Revenue 




% cts. 


N.B 


63 00 


N.S 


47 00 


P.Q 


240 02 


N.S 


94 00 


N.B 


82 80 


N.S 


264 79 


N.S 


101 50 


N.S 


35 30 


N.S 


22 70 


N.B 


349 50 


P.E.I 


234 18 


N.S 


39 00 


N.B 


150 00 


N.B 


380 70 


N.B 


128 75 


N.S 


43 25 


N.S 


56 00 


N.S 


67 00 


N.S 


14 00 


N.S 


114 50 


N.S 


181 90 


N.S 


38 00 


N.B 


58 00 


N.S 


66 00 


N.S 


219 95 


N.B 


36 00 


N.S 


252 35 


N.S 


124 70 


N.S 


63 20 


N.S 


253 80 


N.S 


261 00 


N.S 


57 75 


N.S 


16 00 


N.S 


41 00 


N.S 


331 44 


N.S 


52 00 


N.S 


191 94 


N.S 


235 75 


N.S 


111 20 


N.S 


129 75 


B.C 


68 07 


N.B 


191 25 


N.S 


20 10 


P.Q 


75 60 


N.B 


19 50 


Sask 


196 14 


Sask 


94 26 


Alberta... 


48 82 


N.S 


32 00 


Alberta... 


184 13 


P.Q 


299 25 


N.B 


57 50 


Alberta... 


30 00 


Alberta... 


10 00 


Man 


400 48 


N.S 


11 50 


Alberta... 


60 45 


Ont 


2 20 


N.B 


77 70 


P.Q 


94 05 


N.S 


25 00 


N.S 


38 00 


N.S 


50 25 


Ont 


336 35 


N.S 


31 00 


P.Q 


49 50 


N.B 


15 40 


N.S 


47 25 


N.S 


69 00 



Name of Post Office 



McCrackens Landing (sum 
mer office) •. 

McCrae 

McDonald Glen 

McDonald Hills 

McDonald Siding 

McDonaldville 

McDougall 

McEachern 

McEachem Mills 

McElhanney 

McFarlane Lake 

McGivney Junction 

McGrath Cove 

McGrath Mountain 

McGregor Bay 

Mclnnis Creek 

Mcintosh 

Mcintosh Springs 

Mclntyre 

Mclntyre's Lake 

Mclntyre's Mountain 

McKee's Mills 

McKendrick 

McKenzie East Bay 

McKinleyville 

McKinnon's Brook 

McKinnon's Harbour 

McKinnon's Hill 

McKinnon's Settlement 

McLaren 

McLaughlin 

McLaughlin Road 

McLean 

McLean 

McLean Cove (opened 

1-7-25) 

McLeanville 

McLellan's Mountain 

McLeod Point 

McLeod Siding 

McLure 

McMillan 

McMorran 

McMunn 

McMurdo 

McMurphy 

McMurrich 

McNab's Cove 

McNaim 

McNamee 

McNaughton 

McNeill's Mills 

McNeil's Vale 

McNeily's 

McNutt's Island 

McPhee's Corner 

McPherson 

McPherson's Ferry 

McPherson's Mills 

McQuade 

McRae 

McTavish 

Mabella 

Mabel Lake 

Macbey (opened 3-11-25) 
(closed 2-12-25) 

Mabou Harbour 

Mabou Harbour Mouth 

Mabou Mines 

Macalister 

Macdiarmid 



Province 


Revenue 




$ cts. 


Ont 


175 00 


Ont 


73 00 


N.S 


15 50 


Sask 


70 00 


Ont 


20 00 


Alberta... 


94 00 


Ont 


180 00 


Sask 


15 05 


N.S 


13 50 


Sask 


78 00 


Ont 


32 00 


N.B 


282 00 


N.S 


49 36 


N.S 


11 00 


Ont 


230 52 


Ont 


16 00 


Ont 


229 64 


Ont 


59 00 


Ont 


75 00 


N.S 


140 44 


N.S 


17 50 


N.B 


141 80 


N.B 


70 20 


N.S 


18 00 


N.B 


105 19 


N.S 


10 00 


N.S 


115 00 


N.B 


171 32 


N.S 


72 00 


Sask 


50 00 


Alberta. . . 


46 50 


N.B 


54 00 


Ont 


44 25 


N.B 


48 00 


N.S 


23 50 


N.S 


25 20 


N.S 


12 95 


N.S 


19 11 


N.B 


39 60 


B.C 


83 50 


N.B 


20 00 


Sask 


25 00 


Man 


100 40 


B.C 


109 60 


B.C 


67 00 


Ont 


34 00 


N.S 


,■ 190 63 


N.B 


.39 03 


N.B 


273 84 


N.S 


18 00 


P.E.I 


240 00 


N.S 


16 00 


N.S 


52 50 


N.S 


12 00 


N.S 


42 00 


N.S 


47 00 


N.S 


90 15 


N.S 


94 00 


N.B 


10 00 


Alberta. . . 


17 00 


Man 


247 38 


Ont 


304 20 


B.C 


60 00 


Ont 


1 12 


N.S 


12 00 


N.S 


36 45 


N.S 


16 50 


B.C 


102 85 


Ont 


424 25 



*Credit for new office not yet opened. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



91 



Name of Post Office 



MacDougall's 

Mackdale 

MacKayville 

Mackey's Station 

Macpes 

Macross 

Macworth 

Mader's Cove 

Madeline " 

Madran 

Maeshowe 

Mafeking 

Maganasippi 

Magnesite 

Magoffin Spur(openedl5-10-2o) 

Magpie 

Magundy 

Mahaska 

*Maidens 

Mailhiot 

MajUard 

Mailloux 

Mainadieu Shore (opened 

23-10-25) 

Main Centre 

Main River 

Main Stream 

Maitland Forks 

Makinson 

Malaga Gold Mines 

Malagawatch 

Malby 

Mai Bay 

Maiden 

Malenfant (opened 10-3-26).... 

Malignant Cove 

Maliseet 

Malmaison 

Malmo 

Malone 

Maloneck 

Malonton 

Maloy 

Maltais 

Maltempeque 

Malvern 

Malvina 

Mamette Lake 

Manasette Lake 

Mance (closed 31-1-26) 

Manche d'Epee 

Mancroft 

Mandeville 

Manganese Mines 

Manigotagan 

Manitou Beach (summer 

office) 

Mankota 

Mann 

Manners Sutton 

Manheim (closed 15-8-25) 

Mann Settlement 

Manns Mountain 

Manoir Richelieu (summer 

office) 

Manouan 

Manson Creek 

Many Island 

Manuels 

Mapes 

Maple Bay 

Maple Brook 



Province 



N.B.... 

N.S.... 
P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

Man 

Sask..., 

N.S.... 

Man 

N.B.... 

Sask 

Man 

PQ 

P.Q 

B.C.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
Alberta 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S.... 

Sask 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.S. . . . 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

Alberta 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Man 

Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 

P.Q 

Sask 

Ont 

N.S.... 
Man 

Sask 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C.... 
Alberta. 
N.B.... 
B.C.... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
107 75 
32 00 

78 00 
303 43 
107 10 

36 25 

46 75 
134 70 

27 58 

47 00 
129 10 
438 47 

Nil 
160 00 

50 00 
115 45 
225 50 

91 90 
25 00 

52 00 
64 05 

79 45 

20 50 

237 25 
222 28 

5 00 

27 00 

136 70 

153 50 

39 00 

25 50 

173 00 

60 00 

15 00 

186 54 
66 50 

131 00 

112 10 
202 90 

48 60 
294 00 

51 55 
32 00 
44 50 

286 50 

181 56 

9 00 

53 81 
10 31 

120 02 
38 50 
20 25 
22 00 

113 00 

230 00 

187 19 

20 00 
460 20 

Nil 
29 00 

16 00 

480 00 
204 25 
Nil 

21 98 
89 85 
79 45 

238 60 
12 00 



Name of Post Office 



Mapleburg 

Maple Glen 

Maple Green 

Maple Grove 

Maple Grove 

Maple Island 

Maple Lake 

Maple Leaf 

Maple View 

Mar 

Marcelville 

Marchand 

Marchantgrove 

Marchbank 

Marcil (Late Joumeau) 

Marco 

Margaree Island 

Margaret 

Margaret Bay 

Margate 

Marguerite 

Markhamville 

Maria Capes 

Maria de Kent 

Maria East 

Marenthal 

Marieton 

Marieval 

Marionville 

Marius 

Markland 

Marlin 

Marlow 

Mame 

Mamey 

Marriott's Cove 

Marriott 

Barron Valley 

Marrtown 

Marsboro 

Marsh 

Marshall's Town 

Marshes (West Bay) 

Marshy Hope 

Marsouins 

Martel Corners 

Marter 

Martigny 

Martin (late Marcil) 

(opened 10-9-25) 

Martin Brook 

Martindale 

Martineau 

Martin's 

Martins (closed 31-3-25) 

Martin's Head (closed 7-2-25) 

Martin's Lake 

Martin Siding 

Martin's Point 

Martin's River 

Martock 

Marvelville 

Marwayne 

Mary Hill 

Mary Lake 

Maryvale 

Marysville 

Mascarene 

Masinasin 

Maskawata 

Maskinong^ 

Mason Point 



Province 



N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q 

N.S.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 

Man 

Sask 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

Man.. . . 
N.S.... 

Man 

B.C.... 
P.E.I. . 

B.C 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Sask 

Ont 

Man 

Man 

Sask 

P.Q 

Sask..., 
Man 

N.S. . . . 

Sask 

B.C.... 
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P.Q... 
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N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

Ont 

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P.Q... 
P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
P.Q... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Alberta 

Man 

Alberta 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta 

Man 

P.Q.... 
N.S.... 



Revenue 

S cts. 
94 00 

68 30 
20 00 

151 78 

80 00 

316 40 

251 74 
61 25 
45 75 

125 25 

24 25 
364 88 

27 00 
40 30 
78 35 
20 00 

4 35 
764 03 
123 45 
178 10 
242 71 
57 50 
200 65 

36 15 

252 90 
38 00 
43 60 
51 25 

131 50 
45 10 
33 68 

25 25 

55 00 
40 00 

33 50 
340 64 

56 95 

34 97 
14 00 

114 00 
19 00 

245 00 
92 95 

121 50 
177 82 

70 00 
77 74 
12 00 

122 75 
128 25 
109 25 

60 00 
83 50. 
Nil 
Nil 

28 50 
255 75 
329 05 
414 07 
101 31 
171 25 
143 50 

38 10 
65 10 

29 21 

71 10 

37 25 

69 50 
63 00 
99 50 
10 00 



* Credit for new office not yet opened. 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



*Matane East 

Matapedia West 

Matawatchan 

Matheson 

MathesonIsland(opened 15-2- 

26) 

Mathieu 

Matlock 

Mattes 

Mattie 

Maugahn 

Maunders 

Mavillette 

Mavis Mills 

Mawcook 

Maxstone 

Maxwell 

Maxwellton 

Maxwellton Station 

Mayberry 

Maybrook 

Maycroft 

Mayfair 

Mayfield 

Mayflower 

Maygrove 

Mayo 

Mazama 

Mazeppa 

Meach Lake (summer office). 

Meadow 

Meadow 

Meadowbrook 

Meadow Creek 

Meadow I^ake 

Meadow Portage 

Meadows 

Meadow Springs 

Meadows Road 

Meadowvale 

Meadowvale 

Meadowview 

Meagher's Grant 

Mears (opened 1-10-25) 

Meat Cove 

Meath Park 

Meaux 

Mechanic's Settlement 

Medford 

Medika 

Medora Lake 

Meductic 

Meeting Lake 

Megan 

Meiklefield 

Meiseners 

Mekiwin 

Melanson 

Melbourne 

Meldrum Bay 

Meleb 

Melford 

Melissa 

Mellonville (closed 30-11-25).. 

Mellowdale 

Melocheville 

Melrose 

Melrose 

Melrose Hill 

Memramcook West 

Menard 

Menisino 



Province 



P.Q. 
P.Q. 

Ont. 

N.S. 



Man 

P.Q 

Man 

Sask 

N.S 

Alberta. . 
Alberta.. 

N.S 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask 

N.B 

Sask 

N.S 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

P.Q 

B.C 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

Sask 

Man 

Man 



N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

Alberta.. 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.B 

Man 

Ont 

N.B 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

Man 

Ont 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

N.B 

P.Q 

Man 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
15 GO 

33 50 
272 50 

27 30 

10 00 

81 84 

333 49 

88 55 

59 75 

68 50 

128 55 

218 00 

81 00 

30 00 
39 05 
48 25 
45 52 
54 50 
67 25 

22 00 
177 75 

82 58 

31 00 
63 00 
19 00 

141 17 

101 18 

259 27 

13 02 

28 00 

34 00 

23 05 
30 00 

705 66 
190 75 
374 00 

24 50 

13 00 
48 00 
47 80 

150 00 

279 00 

57 85 

25 00 
146 60 

14 75 
79 00 
59 00 
73 44 

63 42 
301 00 
110 25 

44 99 
.34 00 
36 00 
30 50 
165 75 

64 93 
407 61 
513 05 

75 75 

52 20 

Nil 

46 06 

117 00 

213 00 

95 20 

21 00 

572 99 

107 50 

165 50 



Name of Post Office 



Menjobagues 

Mentieth 

Menzie 

Menzies Bay 

Mercier 

Merland 

Merridale 

Merryfiat 

Mersey Point 

Methven 

Meteghan Centre 

Meteor 

Metlakatla 

Mewassin 

Meyersburg 

Meziores 

Micawber(tem. closed 31-3-25) 
(re-opened 1-6-25) 

Michaud 

Michaudville 

Micksburg 

Middle Barney's River 

Middleboro' 

Middleboro 

Middle Cape 

Middle Caraquet 

Middle Church 

Middle Country Harbour. . , 

Middle East Pubnico 

Middlefield 

Middle Kouchibouguac 

Middle Lake 

Middle La Have Ferry 

Middle Manchester 

Middlemarch 

Middlemiss 

Middhport 

Middle Porter's Lake 

Middle River 

Middle River Centre 

Middle Ste Louise 

Middle Sackville 

Middlesboro (closed 30-6-25) 

Middlewood 

Midford 

Midgell 

Mid Lothian Wharf (summer 

office) 

Midnight Lake 

Midway 

Miguasha 

Miguasha West 

Mildred 

Mildmay Park 

Milford 

Milford 

Milford Bay 

Milford Haven 

Milford Haven Bridge. . , 

Militia Point 

Milkish 

Millar 

Millar Hill 

Millbank 

Millbrook 

Mill Cove 

Mill Cove 

Mill Creek 

Milledgeville 

Millerfield 

Miller Lake 

Milleton 



Province 



P.Q.... 

Man 

Man 

B.C 

P.Q... 

N.S.... 

Man 

Sask 

N.S.... 

Man 

N.S.... 
Sask.... 
B.C.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Man 



Man.. 
N.B.. 
P.Q.. 
Ont. . . 

N.S.. 
N.S.. 
Man.. 
N.S.. 
N.B.. 
Man.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.B.. 
Sask.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
Ont. . . 
Ont. . . 
Ont... 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.B.. 
N.S.. 
B.C.. 
N.S.. 
Ont. . . 
P.E.I. 



Ont 

Sask.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B.... 
Man.. . . 

N.S 

N.B.... 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. 
Ont...... 

Sask.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
405 90 
141 60 
419 86 
410 48 
38 00 
28 25 
133 20 

84 25 
72 00 

176 10 

298 50 

34 73 

53 85 

85 75 
57 70 
31 00 

19 00 

76 10 

129 00 

220 00 

52 50 

49 70 
305 62 

18 95 
254 90 
277 63 
128 70 
201 00 
131 90 

36 75 
325 55 
368 40 
48 00 
52 24 
248 58 
183 57 

19 00 
205 75 

24 95 

114 00 
11 50 

18 32 
216 12 

11 00 
185 70 

115 00 
245 00 

50 62 
62 57 

64 85 
71 50 
96 25 
85 75 

428 10 

680 00 

78 25 

34 00 

19 95 
75 00 

170 30 

70 50 
117 30 

30 11 
269 95 
197 75 

68 60 

(a) 

57 70 

65 70 
94 45 



*Credit for new office not yet opened 



(a) For revenue see under St. John Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



98 



Name of Post Office 



ille Vaches 

illville (Boularderie) 

illfield 

illion 

ill Road 

illstream 

illstream 

illstream 

ilnikek. 

ilton Heights 

ilton Station 

inahieo 

inasville 

ine de Mica • 

ineral 

ineral Rock 

iners Bay 

ineville 

ingan 

inistik Lake 

innehaha 

innie Lake 

ink Cove 

ink Creek 

innehik 

innewakan 

innicoganashene (summer 

office) 

Minstrel Island 

Minudie 

Miocene 

Mira Gut 

Miramichi 

Miron 

Mirror Lake 

Miscou Centre 

Miscou Harbour 

Miscou Lighthouse 

Miscou Plains 

Misere 

Mispec 

Mississippi Station 

Mission St. Louis 

Mississagi (closed 1-1-26) 

Mitchell Bay 

Mitchell's Bay 

Mitchell Settlement 

Mitchell Station 

Mitchellview 

Mizpah 

Model Farm 

MofTat 

Moha 

Moirvale 

Moisie 

Mokomon 

Molewood 

Molson 

Monchy 

Moncton Sub-f>ffice No. 3 

Moncton Sub-Office No. 4 

Monck 

Mondou (opened 1^25) 

Monet 

Monetville 

Monkman 

Monk Road 

Monk's Head" 

Mono Centre 

Monominto 

Monsell 

Monquart 



Province 



P.Q 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

Man... . 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.E.I... 

Ont 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Sask 

N.S 

Man.... 
Alberta. 
Man 



Ont 

B.C.... 

N.S 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

P.Q 

B.C.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 



B.C 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

Ont 

Sask 

Man. . . . 
Sask.... 

N.B 

N.B 

Ont 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

N.B.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
322 39 
107 70 

85 77 
129 50 

25 00 
189 06 

224 20 
373 11 
553 25 
271 82 
265 00 
107 27 

94 02 
53 96 

46 75 

31 70 
88 30 
16 50 

47 28 
13 00 
53 00 
33 40 

81 60 

33 00 
179 50 

35 50 

168 00 

243 05 

. 133 62 

90 00 

314 70 

9 00 

34 82 
105 29 

225 00 
75 00 
65 00 
94 40 

34 25 
55 80 

166 15 

65 26 

33 06 

32 50 

35 20 
11 00 

82 00 
25 00 

66 00 

81 00 

67 45 

82 74 
7 25 

141 00 
67 00 

70 95 
600 42 

69 44 

(/>) 

(b) 

113 25 
123 00 
102 65 
302 39 

71 25 
42 00 

34 60 

142 QO 
193 06 

18 00 
34 46 



Name of Post Office 



Montague Gold Mines 

Montague Ronde 

Montcalm 

Montcalm Mills 

Mont Cervin 

Monteagle 

Monteagle Valley 

Monte Creek 

Montigny 

Mont Nebo 

Montreal, Ahuntsic 

Montreal, Bordeaux 

Montreal, Cote St Michel. . . . 
Montreal, Greenfield Park. . 

Montreal, Mount Royal 

Montreal, T^treaultville 

Montreal, Sub-Office No. 16.. 
Montreal, Sub-Office No. 17.. 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 25 

(opened 11-1-26) 

Montreal, Sub-Office No. 26.. 
Montreal, Sub-Office No. 28. . 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 30... 
Montreal, Sub-Office No. 33.. 
Montreal, Sub-Office No. 40.. 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 49... 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 54 

(opened 5-.')-26) 

Montreal Sub-Office No. 55 

(opened 11-1-26) 

Montreal Sub-Office No. 68. . 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 109. 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 110. 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 120. 
Montreal Sub-Office No. 122. 

Montreal Lake 

Montrose 

Mont St-Hilaire 

Mont St-Pierre 

Monvel 

Moon Hills •. .. . 

Moonstone 

Moose Bay 

Moose Brook 

Moosehead 

Moose Hill 

Moosehom 

Moose land 

Moose Lake 

Moose Mountain 

Moose Range 

Moose Ridge 

Moose River (Pictou) 

Moose River (Cumberland).. 

Moose River Gold Mines 

Moose Valley 

Mooswa 

Morais (opened 1-5-25) 

Moran 

Morar 

Moreau 

Moreland 

Moresby (closed 31-7-25) 

Morganville 

Mori ce town 

Morigeau 

Morin 

Morinus 

Morisset Station 

Morley 

Momeault 

Morris 



Province 



N.S.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

Ont 

B.C. . . . 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q.... 

P.Q.... 

P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
Sask..., 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
Alberta 
Sask..., 

Ont 

Man 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Man 

N.S.... 

Man 

N.B.... 
Sask.... 
Alberta 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask..., 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q.... 

Sask 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
Alberta 
N.B... 
P.Q.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
56 50 
10 00 

113 00 
65 00 
45 00 
32 50 

167 65 

470 30 

22 75 

90 20 
(c) 
ic) 
(c) 
(c) 
(c) 
(c) 
(c) 
ic) 

(c) 
(c) 
ic) 

(c) 
ic) 
(c) 
ic) 

ic) 

ic) 
ic) 
ic) 
ic) 
ic) 
ic) 

32 00 
124 35 
260 00 
144 00 

33 00 
39 00 

364 55 
50 00 

91 00 
100 60 

23 00 
1,012 86 

83 35 
22 40 
55 50 
90 00 
25 00 
64 00 
95 00 

171 95 
31 00 

173 25 
60 51 

71 93 
54 00 
52 29 

188 64 
Nil 

29 60 
110 84 
130 90 

68 00 
139 25 
486 61 
410 62 

24 50 

72 00 



(6) For revenue see under Moncton Sub-Offices. 



(c) For revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices. 



94 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Morrisdale 

Morris Island 

Morris Land 

Morris Lake (closed 17-4-25). 

Morrison 

Morrison Lake 

Morristown ^ . . 

Morrow (closed 8-8-25) 

Morson 

Mortimer's Point 

Mortonmoor (closed 30-4-25). 

Morvan 

Morweena 

Morwick 

Mosher's Corner 

Mosher Island (opened 8-12- 
25) 

Moss Glen 

Mosten 

Motherwell 

Moulie's River 

Moulin Bersimis 

Moulin Marin (opened 15-5-25) 

Moulin Valli^re 

Mound 

Mountain Chutes 

Mountain Brook 

Mountain Road 

Mountain View 

Mount Auburn 

Mount Chesney 

Mount Denison 

Mount Green 

Mount Hanly 

Mount Irwin 

Mount Julien 

Mount King 

Mount Kinsella 

Mount Loyal 

Mount Murray 

Mount Oscar 

Mount Robson 

Mount Rose 

Mount Royal 

Mountsberg 

Mount Thom 

Mount Tolmie 

Mount Vernon 

Mount View (opened 1-8-25) . . 

Mountville 

Mount Young 

Mouth of Jemseg 

Mouth of St. Francis (re-open- 
ed 2-9-25) 

Moyerton 

Mud River 

Muirhead 

Mulga 

Mulhurst 

Mull 

Mull River 

Mulligan Ferry 

Mundleville 

Muniac 

Munro 

Munroe's Bridge 

Murchison 

Murchyville 

Murphy 

Murphy 

Murphy Cove 

Murray 

Murraydale 

Murray Road 



Province 



N.B 

N.S.... 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Man 

Sask.... 
N.S 



N.S 

N.B 

Sask.... 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

Sask 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

B.C 

Ont 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 



N.B 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 

Man..,., 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask.... 
N.B 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
10 00 
21 00 
21 00 

Nil 
16 00 
27 00 

31 20 

10 00 
263 48 
246 50 
Nil 

18 00 
16 75 
40 00 
88 25 

25 00 

68 75 

36 67 

162 50 

216 92 

174 00 

302 54 

40 00 

118 25 

143 51 

106 00 

100 50 

142 20 

43 50 

60 00 

275 00 

66 95 

120 90 

47 75 

446 00 

7 00 

54 01 

35 40 

230 50 

64 00 

141 55 

91 90 

35 40 

11 00 
62 00 

362 75 
90 70 
21 00 
38 00 
25 00 

216 50 

15 00 

136 50 

104 00 

27 80 

57 63 

97 00 

307 00 

32 00 

14 50 
99 50 

158 20 
179 75 

33 50 

15 65 

34 00 
11 25 

20 00 
234 06 
111 25 

71 65 

21 00 



Name of Post Office 



Murray Valley. 

Murgraves Landing 

Muskoka Assembly (summer 

office) 

Muskoka Falls 

Musclow 

Muscow 

Mushaboom 

Musidora 

Musquash 

Musselyville 

Mutrie 

Mutton Bay 

Myer's Cave , 

Myer's Point 

Myleen , 

Myncaster 

Myrtle 

Mystic 



Nadeau 

Nadina River (opened 1-12-25) 
Nahma (re-opened 18-8-25) . . . 

Nakamun 

Nampa 

Napan Bay 

Naples 

Narol 

Nash ton 

Nass Harbour 

Natashquan 

Nateby 

Naud 

Naughton Glen 

Nault (opened 1-10-25) 

Nazareth 

Nazko 

Nealdale 

Neerlandia 

Neigette 

NoUie Lake 

Nelson Reserve 

Nemegos 

Neoia 

Neosho 

Nerepis Station 

Nerissa 

Nes 

Nesto (closed 4-12-25) 

Nestow 

Netherton 

Nettly Lake 

Neutral Hills 

Neutral Valley 

Nevada Valley 

Neveton 

Newaygo (summier office) 

Newbliss 

New Boston 

New Brigden 

New Brighton 

Newbrook 

Newburgh Junction 

Newburn 

New Canaan 

New Canada 

New Carlisle West 

New Carlow 

Newcastle Bridge 

Newcastle Centre 

New Chester 

Newcomb 

Newcomb Corner 

New Cornwall 



Province 



Alberta 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
Sask.... 
P.Q.... 

Ont 

N.S 

Alberta. 
B.C.... 

Ont 

P.Q.... 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Alberta 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
Alberta 

Man 

B.C.... 
B.C.... 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Sask 

P.Q 

B.C.... 
Sask.... 
Alberta, 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.B... 

Ont 

Sask 

Sask.... 
N.B... 
N.S.... 

Man 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Man.. . . 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 
N.S...,. 

Man 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S.... 
Alberta. 
B.C.... 
Alberta. 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
P.Q 

Ont 

N.B... 
N.B.... 

N.S 

N.S.... 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
17 04 
52 50 

138 00 
225 00 

58 50 
254 50 
165 40 

63 86 
358 15 

57 30 
80 00 
42 00 

55 00 

5 25 
34 75 

64 18 
264 60 
358 64 

24 03 

59 50 
19 00 

56 78 
180 71 

95 00 
101 25 

83 05 
70 70 

158 50 

215 17 

42 80 

65 25 
113 90 

50 00 
483 88 

31 00 
15 00 

123 45 
42 00 

182 75 

51 75 
283 53 

62 70 
56 50 

193 83 
4 00 

188 25 

Nil 

148 56 

17 00 
33 50 
38 00 
22 80 
92 25 
36 00 

165 00 
144 50 

6 80 
320 95 
105 62 
196 30 
325 76 
118 50 

66 00 

96 30 
225 80 
209 10 
386 35 

18 51 
41 00 
75 00 
74 10 

112 00 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



95 



Name of Post OflBce 
New Cumberland 


Province 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. . . 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.B...... 

Sask 

Alberta. . . 
Alberta. . . 

Sask 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.E.I 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

P.E.I 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

B.C 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. . . 

P.E.I 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta... 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 
Alberta.. . 
Alberta. . . 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 


Revenue 

$ cts. 

53 95 
101 40 
166 00 
299 21 

18 00 
16 00 
42 00 

218 00 
16 00 
40 00 

154 30 
47 47 

54 25 
72 75 
28 00 

121 25 

106 50 

30 50 
68 05 

24 00 
1.53 15 

62 80 
376 00 
139 75 

64 70 
465 81 

3 50 

107 70 
35 50 

65 00 
53 00 
61 15 
40 00 
22 00 

123 00 
222 00 
542 00 

31 00 
87 50 

291 50 
136 20 
222 38 
309 50 
116 00 

25 00 

(a) 
72 66 

154 50 
89 25 
98 25 
Nil 
105 90 
179 00 

47 00 

34 50 

363 81 

44 00 

45 00 
84 00 
49 00 

155 00 
259 46 

80 00 

261 18 

34 00 

49 50 

138 50 

108 10 
214 85 
325 13 


Name of Post Office 
Nora 


Province 

Sask 

Alberta. . . 

B.C 

N.B 

Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

Ont 

B.C 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. . . 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta... 

N.S 

B.C 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

Ont 

N.B 

Alberta. . . 
P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

N.B 

P.E.I 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.E.I 

Ont 

N.S 

Sask 

Man 

Alberta. . . 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 


Revenue 

$ eta. 
450 40 


New Denmark 


Noral 


60 50 


New Edinburgh 


Nootka 


295 90 


Newellton 


Nordin 


104 00 


New Elm 


Norembega 


385 51 


Newfield 


Norge 


47 00 


New Flos 


Norham 


236 50 


New Grafton 


Normandeau 


38 15 




Normanhurst 


186 25 


New Harris Forks 


Normandie 


27 65 


New Haven 


North Ainsiie 


40 00 


New Hill 


Nortn Alton 


41 00 


Newholm 


North Bloomfield . ... 


17 00 


New Horton 


North Bonaparte 


Nil 


New Ireland 


North Branch 


44 00 


New Jersey 


North Bulkley 


104 50 


New Jerusalem 


North Buxton 


239 00 


Newlands 


Northcote 


112 18 


New Lindsay 


North Earltown 


22 41 


New Lunnon 


North East Mabou 


26 05 


New Osgoode 


North East Margaree 

North East Point 


253 70 


New port 


139 00 


Newport 


North Esk Boom 


36 00 


Newport Comer 


Northern Valley 


175 50 


Newport, Lot 54 

Newport Station 


Northfield (Lunenburg) 

Northfield (Queens) 


106 00 
47 00 


New Prospect 


North Fork 


23 25 


New Richmond West (re- 


North Framboise 


41 01 


opened 19-10-25) 


North Gabriola 


55 00 


New Rockiand 


North Galiano 


82 80 


New Ross Road 


North Grant 


24 10 


New Russell 


North Greenville 


80 15 


New Salem 


North Gut, St. Ann's 

North Harbour Cape North . . 
North Highlands 


28 50 


New Sarum 


12 95 


New Scotland 


19 00 


Newton Heights 


North Intervale 


66 50 


Newton Mills 


North Kamloops (opened 1- 

6-25) 




Newton Siding 


160 53 


Newton ville 




158 00 


New Town 


North Lake 


113 00 


New Town 


Northleigh 


60 00 


Newtown Cross 


North Low 


115 00 


New Tusket 


North Magnetawan, (summer 

office) (opened 16-7-25) 

North Maiden 




New Victoria 


6 00 


Newville 


210 00 


New Yarmouth 


North Meiklefield 


22 50 


Niagara Falls West End, Sub- 


North Middleboro 


42 95 


Office (opened 24-7-25) 


Northminster 


21 00 


Nichabau 


North Minto 


771 24 


Nichol. 


North Noel Road 


157 50 


Nickel ton 


North Ogden 


47 65 


Nictau 


North Port 


179 00 


Nictaiix South (closed 13-5-25) 


N ort Range Comer 


297 66 


Nictaux West 


North Renous 


76 05 


Nigado 


North River .... 


95 25 


Nilrem 


North River Bridge 


202 00 


Nine Mile Creek 


North River Centre 


42 50 


Nine Mile River 


North Riverside 


48 25 


Ninevah 


North Rustico 


147 80 


Niobe 


North S6guin 


120 00 


Nipissing Junction 


North Shore 


97 90 


Nishet 


Northside 


98 77 


Nisku (opened 1-6-25) 


North T'tanscona 


52 00 


Niton 


North Vermilion 


111 24 


Niweme (summer office) 


North View 


69 20 


Nixon 


North Wallace 


23 95 


Nobleville 


North West 


63 00 


Nodales (opened 15-11-25) 


North West Arm 


59 00 


Noel Road 


North West Bridge 


273 75 


Noel Shore 


North West Cove 


85 10 


Nogies Creek 


North West Harbour 


74 95 


Nolalu 


North Wolfstown 


35 00 



(o) For Revenue, see under Niagara Sub-Offices. 



96 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Norton 

Norton Dale m 

Norval Station 

Norway Bay (summer office). 

Norway House 

Norway Valley 

Norwood 

Nosbonsing 

Notikewin 

Notre-Dame 

Notre-Dame de I'lsle Verte. . 

Notre-Dame de ia Merci 

Notre-Dame des Quinze 

Noyes Crossing 

Nugent 

Nunebor 

Nut Lake 

Nyanza 



Province 



Alberta. 

N.B 

Ont 

P.Q 

Man 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.B 

P.Q..:... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 



Oak Bay 

OakBluflf 

Oakfield 

Oak Hammock 

Oak Hill (closed 1-6-25) 

Oak Lake 

Oakland 

Oakner 

Oaknook (closed 1-1-26) 

Oak Park 

Oak Ridges 

Oakview 

Oakview Beach 

Oatfield 

Oban 

Oban Station 

Obed 

Oceanic 

Ocean Park 

Ocean View 

Ochiltree 

O'Connell 

Oconto 

Odanak 

Odell River 

Odin 

O'Donneli (opened 15-3-26).. 

O'Brian Bay 

O'Farrell 

Ogden 

Ogilvie Station 

Ohio 

Ohio Du Barrachois 

Oji))way 

Ojibway Island (summer 

office) 

Okia 

Okno 

Olaila 

Old C;helsea 

Old Fort Bay 

Old Harry 

Old Kildonan 

Old Lake Road 

Old Wives 

Olga 

Olha 

Oliphant 

OlscamD 

O'Malley 

Omer 

O'Neil 

Onefour 



N.B 

Man 

N.S 

Man 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 

Man 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

B.C 

B.C 

P.E.I... 

B.C 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

N.S 

Ont 

B.C.... 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
Man... . 
N.S 
N.B.... 
Ont 



Ont 

Sask.... 

Man 

B.C 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

Sask 

Man. ... 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B 

Alberta. 



Revenue 


% cts. 


91 71 


28 00 


101 30 


341 00 


474 81 


55 00 


60 25 


68 00 


47 35 


645 05 


148 80 


115 50 


120 00 


51 40 


34 58 


89 49 


47 50 


369 25 


257 00 


178 15 


134 00 


25 50 


8 86 


50 00 


65 00 


412 10 


6 00 


66 99 


325 65 


61 55 


300 00 


154 15 


17 50 


205 90 


174 75 


75 17 


163 60 


128 20 


48 00 


91 18 


135 00 


373 48 


120 00 


24 01 


25 00 


591 84 


73 20 


49 00 


2.58 00 


130 95 


15 00 


189 00 


477 50 


291 00 


32 00 


51 00 


63 20 


20 00 ! 


70 00 


462 52 


266 76 


60 75 


41 00 


110 00 


189 90 


120 24 


58 91 


46 16 


12 00 


43 94 



Name of Post Office 



100 Mile House 

Onslow Corners 

Oolahwan (summer office) 

Oona River 

Ootsa Lake 

Opasatika (re-opened 7-4-25) . 

Ophir 

Orangedale East 

Oranmore 

Orbindale 

Orchard Beach (summer 

office) 

Ordale 

Orford Bay 

Orford Lake (summer office) . 
Orient Bay (summer office) . . 

Orland 

Orlo (summer office) 

Ormsby 

Orm.side 

Orpington 

Orr Lake 

Orton 

Ortonville 

Orvilton 

Orwell Cove 

Osaca 



Province 



B.C 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S..... 

Ont 

Alberta. 



Osaquan 

Osborne 

Osborne Harbour 

Osoyoos 

Oso Station 

Ospringe 

Osland 

Ostersund 

Ostrander 

Ostrea Lake 

Oswald 

Otis 

Ottawa Bayswater 

Ottawa Sub-Office No. 3. . 
Ottawa, Sub-Office No. 14 

(opened 23-6-25) 

Ottawa Sub-Office No. 16. 
Ottawa Sub-Office No. 18. 

Ottawa Brook 

Otter Brook 

Otterburn Park (summer 

office) 

Otter Creek 

Otto 

Otty Glen 

Ouellette 

Ouimet 

Outer Island of Port Hood 

(summer office) 

Outlet 

Outram 

Overland 

Overton 

O-Wa-Kon-Ze (summer 

office) 

Owenbrook 

Owlseye Lake 

Owls Head Harbour 

Oxarat 

Oxbow 

Oxenden 

Oxford Centre 

Oxville 

Ozerna 

Oyster Bed Bridge 



Ont 

Sask 

B.C 

P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
N.B.... 
Alberta. 
P.E.I... 

Ont 

Ont 

Man... . 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Man 

P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 



Ont., 
Ont.. 
Ont.. 

N.S. 
N.S. 

P.Q.. 
Ont.. 
Man. 
N.B. 

Ont.. 
Ont.. 



N.S., 

Ont.. 

N.S. 

Sask. 

Man. 



Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 

N.S 

Sask.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Man... . 
P.E.I... 



(a) For Revenue, see under Ottawa Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continited 



97 



Name of Post Office 



Oyster Ponds. 



Pabos Mills 

Pacaud (opened 26-5-25) 

Pacific Junction 

Packington 

Paddle River 

Paddling Lake 

Padstow 

Painchaud 

Painsec 

Painswick 

Paisley Brook 

Pakesley 

Palling 

Palmarol 

Palm Bay 

Pamdenec (summer office) 

Pangnirtung 

Panmut« 

Papineau 

Paquette Station 

Parame 

Pare Lamontagne 

Par6 

Parents 

Paris 

Park Bluff 

Park Court 

Parkdale 

Parker 

Parker's Cove 

Parker's Ridge (closed 16- 

4-26) 

Parkersville 

Park Head. 

Parkhouse 

Parkin 

Parkindale 

Parkinson 

Parma (opened 1.3-7-25) .... 

Parrsbo rough Shore 

Parson 

Parvella (closed 31-1-26)... 

Pashley 

I^asp^biac Est (opened 25-6- 

25) 

Passekeag 

Pass Lake (opened 28-10-25) 

Pa.ssmore 

Pass Lake (opened 28-10-25) 

Pasteur 

Paterson 

Pathfinder 

Patience 

Patriot 

Patton 

Paudash 

Paugh Lake. 

Pauls Comers 

Paulson 

Pavilion 

Paxson 

Paxton Valley 

Pearce 

Pearceley 

Pearl 

Peas Brook 

Peat 

Peavine 

Pebble Beach 

Peebles 



Province 



N.S. 



P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

Alberta., 

Sask 

Alberta. , 

P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

B.C 

P.Q 

Alberta. . 

N.B 

N.W.T.. 
Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

Yukon... 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 



N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
B.C.... 
Alberta. 
.\lberta. 



P.Q 

N.B 

Ont 

B.C 

Ont 

P.Q 

B.C 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta. 

B.C 

B.C 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Man 

Sask 



Revenue 

S cts. 
120 00 

175 25 
40 00 
65 00 

172 50 

38 00 
100 00 

39 55 
84 00 

44 00 
165 00 

61 00 
1,694 37 

143 80 
234 25 

62 00 
135 80 
Nil 
97 50 

13 14 
248 50 
131 05 

35 80 
126 50 
81 67 
65 00 
75 00 
46 85 

42 60 
102 50 
170 05 

Nil 

73 95 
281 14 

30 00 

25 00 
108 00 

78 00 
2.34 14 
105 00 

183 00 
20 26 

124 25 

68 11 
149 00 
88 00 

184 14 
88 00 

45 50 

40 00 
35 50 
50 75 
15 00 
68 00 

43 00 

25 00 
4 00 

174 00 
307 42 
29 50 
34 50 
252 99 
34 30 
45 48 
57 35 

26 00 
108 40 

14 46 
250 00 



Name of Post Office 



Peel 

Peerless 

Pegasus 

Peguis 

Peggy's Cove 

Pekisko 

Pelican Rapids 

Pellatt 

Pelletier Mills 

Pelletier Station 

Pelly 

Pembroke 

Pemberton Hill 

Pemberton Meadows 

Pendant d'Oreille 

Pendennis 

Pendryl 

Peniac 

Peninsula 

Penkill 

Penlake (summer office) 

Pennant 

Pennfield Centre 

Peno 

Pentz 

Pepper 

Perbeck 

Perigord 

Perivale 

Perley 

Perrault 

Perron 

Perrott Settlement 

Perry's Point (closed 1-3-26) 
Petawawa Camp Field P.O 

(re-opened 25-5-25) , 

Peterbell 

Peterborough, Sub-Office No 

3 (opened 1-8-25) 

Peters 

Peters' Brook (closed 16-11- 

25) 

Peter's Mills 

Peterson's Comers 

Petersville 

Petite Anse 

Petit 

Petit Becancour 

Petites Bergeronnes 

Petit Bonaventure 

Petit Cap... 

Petits Capucins 

Petit Carleton 

Petit Cascap^dia Nord 

Petit Lac 

Petite Chockpish 

Petite Lamcque 

Petite Magdeleine 

Petite Mascouche 

Petits Mechins 

Petit Mf tis Station 

Petit Moulin 

Petit Paquetville 

Petit PrfeEst 

Petite Riviere au Renard 

Petite Riviere aux Sables 

(closed 30-6-25) 

Petit Saguenay 

Petite Tourelle 

Petite Valine 

Petpeswick Harbour 

Petrel 



Province 



N.B 

Alberta. 

Sask 

Man 

N.S 

Alberta., 

Man 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

Yukon... 

N.S 

Alberta., 

B.C 

Alberta. . 

Man 

Alberta. . 

N.B 

Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. . 

N.S 

Sask 

Alberta. . 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 



Ont. 
Ont. 



Ont.. 
N.B. 

N.S. 
N.B. 
Ont.. 
NB. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q., 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
N.B. 
N.B. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
N.B. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 



P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q., 

N.S. 
Man. 



Revenue 

S cts. 

198 85 
17 10 
36 41 
60 00 
72 00 

142 67 
63 87 
63 63 

240 90 
70 00 

301 OO 

214 00 
29 01 
49 50 
74 30 
62 21 

133 72 
212 50 
135 15 

34 25 
327 50 

88 65 

38 00 
27 00 

154 00 
121 50 

68 95 
174 00 

58 50 
42 00 
45 50 

19 15 
27 00 

78 30 

Nil 
129 45 

(a) 
84 25 

10 00 
41 25 
45 50 
93 87 
101 85 
106 00 

35 50 

89 99 
244 85 
229 30 

134 19 
57 65 

20 00 

79 56 

39 00 
96 00 

311 90 
27 00 

220 00 

90 05 
82 50 
84 00 
47 60 

124 00 

NU 

221 81 
106 80 
184 22 

77 01 

69 68 



(o) For Revenue see under Peterborough Sub-Offices. 
23144—7 



m 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Poet Office 



Petrofka 

Pettigrew Serttlemrat 

Phildmon 

Philibert 

Philips Harbour 

Phoenix 

Pich6 

Pickerel. 

Pickerel Lake 

Pictou Island 

Pidgeon 

Pied de la Montagne 

Pied du Lac 

Piedmont 

Piedmont Valley 

Piercemont 

Pigeon Bluff. 

Pigeon Hill 

Pigeon I^ake 

Pigou River (winter: office).. 

Pike Bay 

Pike LaKe 

Pikes Peak 

Pikwitonei 

Pilger 

Pinantan 

Pinard 

Pincebec. 

Pineau 

*Pine Falls 

Pine Creek Station 

Pine Grove 

Pine Grove 

Pine Hill 

Pinehurst 

Pinelands 

Pine Ridge 

Pine Ridge 

Pine River 

Pine Tree 

Pine Vale 

Pine View 

Pinevilie 

Pinguet 

Pinkney's Point , 

Pinto 

Pioneer 

Piper Glen 

Piper's Cove , 

Pirmez Creek 

Pitcher's Farm 

Pitman 

Pitt Siding (opened 25-6-25) , 

Plainfield , 

Plain Lake 

Plain View , 

Plaister Mines 

Plateau 

Platinum 

Pleasant Bay 

I'leasantfield 

Pleasant Harbour , 

Pleasant Hills , 

Pleasant Home 

Pleasant I^ake 

Pleasant Point , 

Pleasant Point 

Pleasant Point (summer 

office) 

Pleasant River 

Pieasant Valley 

Pleasant Valley, Antigonish 



Prorinoe 



Sask.... 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S;... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q..... 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Man 

N.B.... 

Man 

P.Q 

Ont 

Sask 

Sask 

Man 

Sask.... 
B.C.... 
P.Q..... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

Man 

Man.. . . 

Ont 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

N.S.-... 
Ont. .... 
N.B.... 
Man.. . . 
Man .... 
N.S.... 
N.S. . . . 
Man. . . . 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

N.S. . . . 

Sask 

Alberta. 
N.S;... 

N.S. . . . 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Sask 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S. . . . 
N.S.... 
N.S. . . . 
N.S.... 

Man 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
Sask. . . . 

N.S. . . . 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

102 55 

37 50 

25 75 
24 95 

110 60 

684 00 

60 52 

1,006 62 

64 40 

114 00 

23 50 

39 50 

273 50 

186 19 

142 02 

75 00 

79 00 

109 04 
58 25 

26 16 
84 84 

112 50 
46 50 

395 85 

51 00 

46 60 

117 13 

79 00 

82 50 

200 00 

244 66 

169 20 

16 76 

26 05 

247 00 

547 50 

32 00 

98 15 

968 90 

11 00 

8 00 

48 26 

39 25 

29 00 

110 00 
64 60 
22 60 
10 00 
39 00 
36 00 
36 50 

127 97 

162 00 

186 58 

18 59 

64 00 

22 00 

139 56 

66 90 

123 53 

41 70 
168 50 

30 00 
62 75 

113 00 
153 13 

78 00 

206 00 
261 74 
233 00 

42 31 



Name of Poet Office 



Pleasant View 

Pleasant Villa 

Pleasantville 

Plessis 

Plouffe Landing 

Plourd 

Plum Hollow , 

Phimmer 

Plymouth 

Plympton Station 

Pocahontas 

Pogamasing 

Pohenagamooke 

Point Aconi 

Point Alexander 

Pointe-a-Naveau 

Point au Car 

Point Carre 

Point Comfort 

Point Cowan 

Point Cross 

Point Edward 

Point Escuminac 

Point Gardiner 

Point la Nim 

Point Michaud 

Point Pelee 

Point of Cape 

Point Platon 

Point Sapin 

Point Sapin Centre 

Point Wolfe 

Pointe a la Fregate 

Pointe a la Garde 

Pointe au Baril (summer 

office) 

Pointe au Baril Station 

Pointe au Boisvert 

Pointe au Bouleau 

Pointe au Goemon 

Pointe aux Anglais 

Pointe aux Orignaux 

Pointe aux Outardes 

Pointe aux Trembles Quest.. 

Pointe Bleue 

Pointe Bourque 

Pointe Canot 

Pointe Chambord 

Pointe des Monts 

Pointe des Roches 

Pointe du Chene 

Pointe au Loup 

Pointe Jaune 

Pointe Riviere' du Loup (sum 

mer office) 

Pointe Ste. Anne des Monts. 

Poirier 

Poirierville 

Pokesudi 

Poland 

Poliquin 

Pollett River 

Polleyhurst 

Poloiia 

Pomeroy 

Pomquet Station 

Ponass Lake 

Poncet 

Poncheville 

Pond Inlet 

Pondville 

Pont de la Noreau 



Province 



Alberta, 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C.... 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont..... 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 

Man 

Man.. . . 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.W.T. 
N.S.... 
P.Q 



Revenue 

% cts. 
63 66 

39 00 
323 75 

50 96 
46 00 

102 25 
145 00 

103 00 
151 90 

87 00 
107 26 
310 00 
119 00 

28 00 
206 20 
134 60 

34 00 

17 50 
169 00 

10 13 
130 25 

128 00 
48 00 

22 55 
74 00 
38 00 

46 25 
26 80 
50 00 

129 76 
92 00 

109 70 
156 25 
161 00 

446-95 
373 58 

109 60 
121 05 

110 92 

18 00 
67 95 
38 70 
84 25 

266 34 
81 .30 
44 00 

23 50 

40 00 
119 85 
406 00 

16 00 
118 50 

416 00 
248 10 

17 00 
184 33 

25 00 
164 80 

35 00 
176 36 

63 10 

47 35 
21 00 

193 25 

29 00 
103 00 

70 10 

74 10 
163 36 



♦Credit for new office not yet opened. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



99 



Name of Post Office 



Pontrilas 

Pont du Milieu 

Pont Viau 

Poole 

Pope's Harbour 

♦Poplar 

Poplar Creek 

Poplar Dale 

Poplar Grove 

Poplar Park 

Poplar Valley 

Porcupine 

Portage 

Portage de la Nation 

Portage du Cap 

Portaj;e du Lac 

Portage East Bay 

Portage Griffon 

Portage River 

Port Anson 

Portapique 

Portapique Mountain 

Port Arthur, Sub-Office No. 4 
Port Arthur, Sub-Office No. 5 

(closed 11-1-26) 

Port au Persil 

Port au Saumon 

Port aux Quilles 

Port Ban 

Port Bevfs 

Port Bowmanville (summer 

office) 

Port Caledonia 

Port Carmen 

Port Coldwell 

Port Crawford 

Port Cunnington 

Port Daniel West 

Port Dufferin West 

Porteau 

Port Edward (summer office) 

Porter Cove Road 

Porter Landing 

Porter's 

Porter's Lake 

Porterville 

Port Felix 

Port Felix East 

Port Franks 

Port Granby 

Port Hill 

PortHillford 

Port Joli 

Port Keewaydin (summer 

office), 

Port IjCwIs (summer office) . . 

Port Lock 

Port Ix)ring 

Port Malcolm 

Port Neville 

Porto Rico 

Port Progress 

Portree 

Port Renfrew 

Port Richmond 

Port Royal 

Port Ryerse (summer office). 

Port Sand field 

Port Saxon 

Port Severn 

Port Shoreham 



Province 



Sask. 
N.B. 
P.Q.. 
Ont.. 

N.S.. 
Ont.. 
B.C.. 
Ont.. 
Sask. 
Man.. 
Sask. 
Ont.. 
Ont.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
N.B.. 
N.S.. 
P.Q.. 
N.B.. 
Ont.. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
Ont.. 



Ont. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 

N.S. 
N.S. 



Ont... 
N.S.. 
Ont. . . 
Ont... 
B.C.. 
Ont. . . 
P.Q... 
N.S.. 
B.C.. 
B.C., 
N.B.. 
B.C.. 
N.B.. 
N.S.. 
Ont... 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
Ont... 
Ont. . . 
P.E.I. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 



Ont. 
P.Q. 

Ont. 
Ont. 
N.S. 
B.C. 
B.C. 
B.C. 
N.S. 
B.C. 
N.S. 
N.S. 
Ont. 
Ont. 
N.S. 
Ont. 
N.S. 



Revenue 

S cts. 
316 51 

96 00 
503 00 
400 69 
186 00 
229 24 

73 31 
32 00 
66 00 

89 85 
266 26 
167 50 
292 50 

66 50 
38 00 
73 50 

44 00 
15 00 
60 00 
72 73 

103 00 
50 05 
(a) 

(a) 
175 16 

90 00 

85 00 
4 00 

45 00 

151 55 

86 30 
85 95 

326 67 

211 99 

320 69 

371 50 

53 00 

243 55 

20 50 

20 50 

50 00 

70 60 

138 54 

194 45 

142 50 

117 00 

97 40 
96 45 

280 10 
182 19 
302 25 

172 25 
15 00 
193 70 
444 50 
111 50 
360 00 
240 00 
103 00 
31 00 
608 74 
75 00 
105 51 
316 00 
299 52 
125 00 
446 07 
169 90 



Name of Post Office 



Portuguese Cove 

Port Union 

Potter 

Potton Springs 

Potvin 

Poulamon 

Poularies 

Poulin 

Poupore 

Power 

Power's Creek 

Prairie Grove 

Prairie Siding 

Pratt 

Precieux Sang 

Pre d'en haut 

Pr6fontaine (late Marier) 

(opened 15-10-25) 

Premont 

Presqu'Isle 

Presqu'Isle Point (summer 

office) 

Pre Ste . Marie 

Preston 

Preston Road 

Prestville 

Pretty Valley 

Prevel 

Pr6vost 

Price Settlement 

Primeauville 

Primula (closed 31-10-25)... 

Prince Albert 

Prince Albert 

Prince Dale 

Prince of Wales 

Princes Lake 

Prince's Lodge 

Princeville 

Privett 

Product 

Prongua 

Prospect 

Prospect Lake 

Prospect Valley 

Prospy 

Prosser Brook 

Provincial Cannery (summer 

office) 

Public Landing 

Pubnico Beach 

Puellering 

Puffer 

Pugwash River 

Punchaw 

Purbrook 

Purdy 

Purlbrook 

Purpleville 

Putnam 

Quaco Road 

Quadeville 

Quantock 

Quarrel 

Quarries 

Quarry St. Ann's 

Quartz 

Quatre Coins 

Quebec Ouest 



Province 



N.S. 
Ont., 
Ont., 
P.Q., 
P.Q., 
N.S. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q., 
P.Q.. 
P.Q., 
N.B. 
Man. 
Ont.. 
Man. 
P.Q.. 
N.B. 



P.Q. 
P.Q. 
Ont. 



Ont 

Sask.... 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 

Ont 

B.C 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
N.B 



B.C.... 
N.B.... 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 

B.C 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Ont 

Ont 



N.B 

Ont 

Sask,... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

50 08 
102 15 
289 29 
113 06 

84 00 
498 00 
129 65 

37 00 

61 10 

61 00 

62 00 
47 75 

229 00 

579 00 

204 15 

81 50 

338 25 

224 97 

47 00 

217 50 

91 75 

40 50 

115 00 

204 43 

250 01 

325 50 

138 00 

71 00 

398 50 

12 23 

317 00 

24 75 

79 50 

64 00 
320 20 

69 70 
62 50 

19 00 
124 00 
402 50 

90 95 

109 00 

33 50 

79 09 

65 30 

211 50 
132 28 

54 00 

9 60 

124 70 

39 00 

20 50 
24 75 
10 25 
59 25 
57 04 

289 15 



13 00 
157 05 
178 50 

58 15 
65 00 
44 00 

105 30 
131 00 

59 27 



(o) For revenue see under Port Arthur Sub-Offices. 
23144—8 



♦Credit for new office not yet opened. 



100 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Quebec Sub-Office No. 5 
(opened 12-2-26) 

Quebec Sub-Office No. 6 
(opened 16-2-26) 

Queensland 

Queen's Valley 

Queensville 

Querry 

Quibell 

Quimper. 

Quinnville 

Quispamsis 

Quorn 

Rackham 

Radford 

Radium Hot Springs 

Raglan 

Ragueneau (opened 20-2-26).. 

Raimbault 

Rainbow 

Rainton 

Rainville 

Rail 

Raith 

Raley 

Ralph Station 

Rama Road 

Ranching 

Ranchville 

Rancourt 

Randolph 

Rang Double 

Rangeview 

Rang Ste. Catherine 

Rang St. Achille 

Rang Ste. Anne 

Rang St. Gabriel 

Rang St. Paul 

Rankin 

Rankinville 

Rapide des Pins 

Rapide Dufort 

Rassdon 

Rastad (closed 30-11-25) 

Ratcliffe 

Ratner 

Raudot 

Raven 

RavensclifJe 

Ravenswood 

Ravenswoxth , 

Ravignan 

Ravine 

Ravine Bank (closed 30-4-25) 

Rawcliffe 

Rawdon 

Rawdon Gold Mines 

Raycroft , 

Rayleigh Mount 

Raymond 

Read Island 

Rear Big Hill 

Rear Big Pond 

Rear Boisdale 

Rear Christmas Island 

Rear Dunvegan 

Rear George ville 

Rear Judique Chapel 

Rear Judique South 

Rear of Baddeck Bay 



Province 



P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S.... 

Man 

N.S.... 
P.Q 

Ont 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
Ont 

Man.. . . 
Yukon. . 
B.C.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S.... 
P.Q.... 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Sask 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alb^^a. 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
(a) 

(a) 

143 76 
48 60 
76 95 
47 00 

555 71 

42 06 

52 25 
69 00 

105 60 

267 12 
10 00 

224 30 

231 67 

25 00 

64 10 

5 00 

279 02 

53 40 

47 00 
492 34 
220 15 
190 03 

72 00 

43 50 
89 00 
38 50 
78 00 
34 00 
20 00 
20 00 
85 50 

48 50 
18 00 

18 60 
157 80 

19 15 

32 75 
36 92 
51 88 

4 60 

25 00 

309 00 

20 25 
239 55 
117 30 
198 00 
228 37 
256 81 

33 50 
Nil 

51 00 
245 01 
205 75 

7 65 
82 00 

155 50 
69 94 
25 00 

8 00 
25 30 

22 00 
8 00 

23 00 

13 00 
27 00 

14 00 



Name of Post Office 



Rear of Ball's Creek 

Rear of Black River 

Rear of East Bay 

Rear of Little Judique 

Rearville 

Reay 

Reco (opened 15-12-25) 

Redan (closed 11-7-25) 

Red Bay 

Redberry 

Redbriclge (opened 13-10-25) 

Red Cross 

Red Head 

Redfield 

Red Jacket 

Red Islands 

Red Lake 

■^Red Lake 

Red I..odge 

Red Mill 

Redmond 

Redmondville 

Redonda Bay 

Red Pheasant 

Red Pine 

Red Point 

Red Rapids 

Red River 

Red Rock (opened 1-10-25).. 

Red Rose 

Red Stone 

Redwater Station 

Red Wing 

Red Wood 

Reed's Point 

Reell Dana (opened 1-6-25).. 

Refuge Bay 

Refuge Cove 

Regina Sub -Office No. 1 

Regina Sub-Office No. 2 

Regina Sub-Office No. 4 

(opened 20-1-26) 

Regina Sub-Office No. 6 

(opened 21-7-25) 

Reidvale 

Reinland 

Reist 

Reliance 

Rembrandt 

Remo 

Renaud's Mills 

Renf orth 

Renfrew 

Rennie 

Reno (opened 1-11-25) 

Renversy 

Renwer 

Rereshill 

Restoule 

Rex 

Rexmount (closed 31-10-25).. 

Reynaud 

Reykjavik 

Reynolds 

Reynolds 

Reynoldscroft 

Rheault 

Rhodena 

Rhode's Corner 

Ribot 

Richan 



Province 



N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. . 

Ont. 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B 

Sask 

Sask 

N.S 

B.C 

Ont 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

B.C 

Sask 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

B.C 

Man 

B.C 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B 

Sask 

B.C 

B.C 

Sask 

Sask 



Sask. 



Sask 

N.S 

Man 

Alberta. 

Sask 

Man 

B.C 

N.B 

N.B.... 

N.S 

Man 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Man 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

B.C 

Sask.... 

Man 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 



Revenue 

% cts. 
15 GO 
13 00 
9 00 

33 00 
94 50 
35 53 
50 00 

3 54 
38 90 

123 46 
80 02 
56 51 
90 72 
41 00 

220 00 

48 50 
59 25 

200 00 

44 00 

123 82 

6 00 

44 00 
194 72 

74 15 

61 20 

19 25 

112 35 

59 00 
32 50 

31 20 
65 50 

133 82 

253 15 

200 50 

85 55 

29 70 

35 00 

193 09 

ib) 

(b) 

(b) 

74 87 
164 53 

32 50 
121 40 
263 36 
156 25 

19 50 
199 00 

34 00 
184 72 

75 95 
108 90 
364 38 

33 50 
288 52 

56 00 
90 38 
72 57 

45 00 
80 30 

60 00 

49 50 
60 00 
25 00 
90 75 

34 00 
161 00 



(a) For revenue see under Quebec Sub-Offices. 
■^Credit for new office not yet opened. 



(b) For revenue see under Regina Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



101 



Name of Post Office 



Richard ville 

Richard Village 

Richer 

Richibucto Village 

Ricinus 

Rideau Lake 

Ridgeclough 

Ridgely 

Ridgeview 

Ridley 

Rid path 

Rial 

Riga 

Rimouski Ouest 

Rinard 

Ringleton Firs 

Ringwood 

Riordon Depot (opened 1-10 

25) 

Riou 

Rising Sun 

Ritchot 

Riverbow 

Rivercourse 

River Centre 

Riverdale 

River Dennis 

River Dennis Centre 

River Dennis Road 

Riverfront 

River Gilbert 

River Gilbert Gold Mines... 

River Glade 

Riverhead 

River Hebert East 

River Philip 

River Philip Centre 

River Ryan 

Riversdale 

Riverside 

Riverside Corner 

Rivers Inlet 

River Tillard 

Riverton 

River View 

Riviere k Claude 

Riviere a la Martre 

Riviere h I'Ours 

Riviere au Rat 

Riviere au Renard Ouest 

Riviere aux Chiens 

Rivieres aux Ecorces 

Riviere aux Graines 

Riviere aux Pins 

Riviere Bonaventure 

Riviere Castor (closed 1-7- 

25) 

Riviere des Caches 

Riviere des Caps 

Riviere des Plantes 

Riviere des Prairies 

Riviere des Roches 

Riviere du Milieu 

Riviere Eperlan 

Riviere Famine 

Riviere Gagnon 

Riviere Gentilly 

Riviere Jaune 

Riviere La Fleur 

Rivifere la Madeleine 

Riviere Mailloux 

Riviere Manie 

Riviere Matamek (winter 

office) 

23144-81 



Province 



N.B.... 
N.B.... 

Man 

N.B.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Alberta, 
Man... . 
Sask.... 

Man 

Sask.... 

Man 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Man... . 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S,... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
B.C.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta. 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

16 00 

16 00 

105 00 

292 24 

46 55 
10 00 
64 80 
86 00 

61 95 
67 00 

196 35 

307 00 

2 50 

202 00 

144 56 

20 50 

210 00 

132 00 

54 00 
15 00 

8 00 

60 00 
99 74 
33 94 
77 00 
71 55 
86 80 
39 90 
38 75 

110 75 

62 25 
316 00 

52 00 
172 75 
505 06 

75 90 

97 11 

201 50 

7 00 

75 50 
410 00 

64 25 

61 25 
12 00 

159 25 
238 50 
847 30 
225 00 
172 00 
225 19 
15 00 

55 00 
84 00 
83 70 

Nil 

287 50 
57 30 
42 50 

231 50 

207 10 

62 00 

111 10 
70 50 
32 00 

120 00 
258 75 

47 24 
612 07 
542 00 
626 64 

Nil 



Name of Post Office 



Riviere Mattawin 

Riviere M6kinac 

Riviere Metgermette Nord... 

Riviere Noire 

Riviere Ouelle Jonction 

Riviere Pasp6biac 

Riviere Port Daniel 

Riviere Portneuf (opened 4- 

2-26) 

Riviere Raquette 

Riviere St. Jean 

Riviere Ste. Marguerite 

Riviere Verte 

Rivulet 

Roach Vale 

Roadene 

Roanmine 

Robb 

Roberge 

Roberta 

Robert's Creek 

Roberts Island 

Robertson 

Robertville 

Roberval Ouest 

Robichaud 

Robinhood 

Robins Range 

Robins 

Robinson 

Robinson's Corners 

Robinsonville 

Rob Roy 

Rochefort 

Roche Plaine (closed 1-1-26) 

Roche Plate 

Rocher de la Chapelle , 

Rocher Noir 

Rockcroft 

Rock Dell 

Rock Elm 

Rockford 

Rockingham Station 

Rockland 

Rockland 

Rockland East 

Rockliffe Annex (closed 30-6- 

25) 

Rockport 

Rockville 

Rockway Valley 

Rockwell Settlement 

Rockwynn (summer office)... 

Rocky Bay 

Rocky Brook 

Rocky Mountain 

Rocky Point 

Rocky Rapids 

Rocky Ridge 

Rodgers 

Rodino 

Roe Lake 

Rogerton 

Rolling Portage 

Rollinson 

RoUy Point 

Roman Valley 

Ronan 

Rondeau 

Rooney 

Roosville 

Rooth Station 

Roquemaure 

Roros 



Province 



P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 



P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Sask.... 
Alberta. 

P.Q 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

Sask.... 

B.C 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.S 

N.B 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Sask.... 

N.S 

Sask.... 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Ont 



Ont 

N.B 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 

N.S 

P.E.I... 
Alberta. 

N.S 

Sask 

Alberta. 

B.C 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

N.S 

Alberta. 

Ont 

P.Q 

B.C 

N.B 

P.Q 

Alberta. 



Revenue 

S cts. 

40 40 
282 00 
162 59 

89 78 
188 31 

60 00 

22 00 

45 00 
316 70 

168 14 

185 66 
276 06 

15 00 

36 00 
31 75 
29 10 

384 60 

40 00 

31 35 
491 50 

18 00 
79 25 

275 91 
192 95 

186 05 
184 15 

83 00 

41 97 
262 50 

114 10 

115 00 
62 00 
71 00 

Nil 
17 00 
35 00 
49 00 
74 00 
81 00 

41 85 
59 50 

425 00 

122 60 

47 00 

634 00 

Nil 

69 00 

44 55 

132 50 

112 50 

37 80 

32 50 
26 70 

28 00 
67 25 

42 86 
11 00 
78 05 

8 00 

58 70 

47 50 

387 95 

126 00 

29 25 
17 55 

38 00 
89 50 
54 00 
52 50 

19 00 
96 50. 
11 15 



102 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post OflBce 



Rosa 

Rosaireville 

Rose 

Rosebank 

Rosebank Station 

Rosebeg 

Roseberry 

Rose Bridge 

Roseburn 

Rosedale 

Rosedale (summer office) 

Rosedale Station 

Rosefield 

Roseglen 

Rosegrove 

Rose Island 

Rose Lake 

Roseland (Late Jacksons 

Corners (opened 1-11-25) — 

Roselea 

Rosemae 

Rosemere 

Rosenburg 

Rosenheim 

Rosenort 

Rosenthal 

Roseray 

Rosewood 

Ross 

Rossall 

Rossclair 

Rossduff 

Rosseau Falls 

Rosser 

Ross Ferry 

Rossfield 

Rossington 

Rosslyn Village 

Ross Mount (closed 30-4-25). . 

Ross Spur 

Rossway , 

Rostand 

Rostock , 

Rostrevor (summer office) . . 

Rosyth 

Rothbury 

Rothwell 

Rougemont Station 

Rouge Valley 

Rough Waters 

Round Bay 

Round Island 

Round Lake (closed 14-11-25) 

Rousseau's Mills 

Route Alfred 

Routledge 

Routhier 

Routhierville 

Rowan ton 

Rowena 

Rowletta 

Roxville 

Roy 

Roy 

Royal Muskoka (summer 

office) 

Royal Park 

Roydale (closed 31-7-25) 

Ruby Creek 

Ruby Mine 

Ruisseau Arbour 

Ruisseau h I'Eau Chaude.... 



Province 



Man 

N.B.... 

N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
B.C.... 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Ont 

B.C.... 

Ont.... 
Alberta. 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

Man 

Alberta. 

Man 

Ont 

Sask 

Man 

Man 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask.... 

Ont 

Man . . . . 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Ont 

B.C.... 
N.S.... 
P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta 

Sask 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

Sask 

N.S.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Alberta 
Alberta 
B.C.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
75 55 
46 00 

131 20 

92 00 

53 75 

54 00 
233 55 
125 80 

25 00 
15 00 

150 00 

717 54 
51 34 
45 00 

302 10 
75 74 

210 65 

.371 00 
15 00 
81 20 

160 20 
43 26 

116 00 

213 25 

50 50 

17 88 
203 79 

83 00 
67 75 

103 50 
70 20 
20 00 

723 87 

93 50 
25 00 

162 00 
245 00 
3 97 
362 56 
273 95 
57 75 

190 00 
100 00 

191 00 
3 50 

258 00 

240 52 

43 50 

66 50 

60 20 
27 05 

18 00 

61 20 
30 40 

178 83 
119 80 
219 00 
213 03 

36 50 
207 00 

61 05 

161 00 
50 01 

904 50 

183 03 

Nil 

191 25 

9 00 

99 95 

73 25 



Name of Post Office 



Ruisseau k Patate. . . 

Ruisseau k Sem 

Ruisseau des Olives. 
Ruisseau Le Blanc. . 

Rumpleville 

Runnymede 

Rusagornis 

Rush ton 

Rushville 

Russborough 

Russeldale 

Russeliville 

Rustico 

Rusticoviile 

Ruthenia 

Rutter 

Ryanville 

Ryckman's Comer. . 

*Ryder Lake 

Rye 



St. Abdon 

St. AchiUe 

St. Adhemar 

St. Adolphe.... 

St. Agapit Station 

Ste. Agnes de Charlevoix. . 

St. Agricole 

St. Alexander Station , 

St. Alexis Station , 

St. Albert Trail 

St. Almo 

St. Alphonse de Cla/e 

St. Alphonse de Granby.. . 

St. Amable 

St. Amand 

St. Amateur 

St. Ambroise 

St. Amedee 

St. Andr6 de Madawaska. 

St. Andr6 de Sh^diac 

St. Andr6 Station 

St. Andrews 

St. Andrews Channel 

Ste. Ang61ique (opened 1-10- 

25) _ 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatifere 

Station 

Ste. Anne de Kent 

Ste. Anne de Sorel 

Ste. Anne de Stukely 

St. Ann's 

St. Ann's 

St. Anselme 

St. Anthony Mine (closed 

1-1-26) 

St. Antoine (closed 11-2-25). 
St. Antoine de Charlevoix. . 

St. Antonin 

Ste. Appolline Station 

St. Athanase 

Ste. Augustine 

St. Augustin, Saguenay 

Ste. Barbe 

St. Bazile Station 

St. Benedict 

St. Bernard 

St. Bruno de Kamouraska.. 

St. Bruno Station 

St. Calixte Nord 

St. Camille Station 

St. Cassien des Caps 



Province 



P.Q 

P.Q 

PQ 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

Sask 

Sask 

Sask.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
P.E.I... 
P.E.I... 

Man 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

B.C.... 
Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

P.Q 

PQ 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 

P.Q 

PQ 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
Man 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q 

Man 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
P.E.I. . 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Sask 

P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 

Sask 

N.S.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 



Revenue 

% cts. 
171 35 
69 50 

115 83 
253 00 

22 00 
59 00 

147 20 
16 00 
20 00 
81 51 

186 00 
72 65 

228 55 

117 50 
31 00 

351 68 
25 00 

116 15 
15 00 
61 00 

50 19 

11 GO 

50 06 

260 75 

387 60 

110 71 

38 02 
54 00 
13 37 

46 00 
72 00 

126 50 

139 00 

49 00 

87 00 

69 30 
174 90 
131 00 
231 69 

70 00 

117 .36 
162 54 

24 00 

47 86 

414 81 
295 00 
290 45 

126 70 
602 92 

40 00 
54 00 

39 26 
Nil 

38 98 
403 20 
157 72 
190 75 
18 50 
46 97 
168 00 
400 00 
166 75 

127 20 
322 00 

69 20 

54 00 

302 75 

33 94 



•Credit for new office not yet opened. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



103 



Name of Post Office 



St. Catherines River 

St. Catherines Bay 

Ste. Catherine Station 

Ste. Cecile 

St. Charles 

St. Charles de Montcalm .... 

St. Charles Nord 

St. Chretien 

St. Claude Nord 

St. Cleophas 

St. C16ophas de Brandon 

St. Columba 

St. Columbin 

Ste. Corinne (opened 28-10-25) 

Ste. Croix 

Ste. Croix Cove 

St. Cyr 

St. Cyriac 

St. Cyrille 

St. Damase de Thetford 

St. Damien 

St. Damien Station 

St. Denis 

Ste. DorothSe 

St. Edmond de Stoneham... 

St. Edmond de Berthier 

St. Edouard 

St. Edouard de Frampton... 

St. Edouard de Kent 

St. Edouard de Maskinong6. 

St. Eleanor's 

Ste. Elizabeth 

Ste. Elizabeth de Warwick.. 

St. Eloi Station 

St. Elz6ar de Bonaventure. . 

St. Emile de Montcalm 

St. Ephrem Station 

St. Esprit 

Ste. Euphfemie 

St. Eustache sur le Lac (sum 

mer office) 

St. Fabien 

St. F61ix 

St. F6r6ol 

St. Fiddle 

St. Flavie 

•St. Florence Quest 

St. Francis Harbour 

St. Francois de Kent 

St. Francois d'Assise 

St. Francois d'Orleans 

Ste. Francoise 

St. Francois Station 

St. Francois Xavier 

St. Francois Xavier de Viger 

St. Fulgence 

St. Gabriel de Kent 

St. Gabriel Station 

St. G6deon Est 

St. George 

St. Georges de Malbay 

St. George's Channel 

St. G6rard des Laurentides.. 

St. Gilbert 

St. Gregoire 

Ste. Heldne de la Croix 

St. Holier 

St. Hilaire 

St. Hilaire de Dorset 

St. Hilarion du Lac , 

St. Ignace , 



Province 



N.S... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
N.B.. 
Man.., 
P.Q... 
N.B... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
P.Q... 
N.S... 



P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.E.I. ... 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 



P.Q. 
N.B. 
Ont.. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
N.S. 
N.B. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
Man. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
N.B. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
Man. 
P.Q. 
N.S. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
N.B. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
N.B. 
P.Q. 
P.Q. 
N.B. 



Revenue 


$ cts. 


88 05 


119 98 


188 00 


56 75 


118 50 


23 00 


56 90 


34 55 


199 52 


170 32 


154 25 


24 00 


60 00 


27 37 


147 60 


56 04 


113 15 


Nil 


40 00 


60 00 


32 00 


338 12 


164 00 


321 00 


23 85 


66 00 


47 00 


39 95 


60 00 


99 80 


380 30 


309 29 


416 25 


200 65 


33 00 


150 41 


282 73 


54 52 


347 25 


90 00 


37 00 


95 07 


177 15 


515 47 


248 20 


15 00 


90 00 


111 01 


281 10 


228 75 


410 63 


77 00 


156 25 


65 50 


495 60 


18 00 


105 00 


80 75 


185 50 


252 15 


58 25 


155 00 


249 80 


60 00 


44 00 


83 00 


239 81 


113 60 


19 25 


192 00 



Name of Post Office 



St. Ignace de Loyola 

St. Ignace de Quebec 

St. Iren6e-les-Bains 

St. Isidore de Bellevue 

St. Isidore de Gasp6 

St. Isidore Jonction 

St. Jean Baptiste 

Ste. Jeanne d'Arc 

Ste. Jeanne d'Arc de Matane 

St. Jean Port Joli Station 

St. Joachim de Courval 

St. John Sub-Office No. 5 

(opened 9-1-26) 

St. Josaphat 

St. Joseph 

St. Joseph 

St. Joseph de Kamouraska. . . 

St. Joseph de Kent 

St. Joseph de Madawaska 

St. Joseph de M6kinac 

St. Joseph du Moine 

St. Julien 

St. Jules de Beauce 

St. Jules de Maria 

St. Kilda 

St. Labre 

St. Laurent Grandin 

St. Lazare 

St. Lazare de Vaudreuil 

St. Lazare Station 

St. L6on 

St. Leonard de Port Maurice. 

St. Louis Cape 

St. Louis de Bagot 

St. Louis de Bonsecours 

St. Louis de Champlain 

St. Louis de Masham (opened 

15-3-26) 

St. Louis Nazaire 

St. Luc 

St. Luc 

St. Luc de Matane 

St. Luke. 

St. Lupicin 

St. Majoric 

St. Malachie Station 

St. Malo 

St. Marcel 

St. Marcellin 

Ste. Marguerite Station 

Ste. Marie de Blandford 

Ste. Marie de Charlevoix 

St. Margaret Village 

St. Marks 

Ste. Marthe Rocanville 

St. Martin de Clare (opened 

2-1-26) 

St. Martin Station 

St. Mary's of Ely 

St. Mary's River 

St. Maure 

St. Maurice 

St. Maxime 

St. M6dard 

St. Michael 

St. Michel de Wentworth 

St. Michel Station 

St. Modeste 

Ste. Monique, Lac St. Jean 

St. Narcisse de Rimouski 

St. Nazaire de Buckland 



Province 



P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
Sask.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q... 
P.Q.... 

N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 

Man 

P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q... 
Alberta. 

Man 

Sask.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 

Man 

P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 

P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
N.B.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
Sask. . . . 

Man 

P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 

Man 

N.B... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S.... 

Man 

Sask 

N.S.... 

Man 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
N.B... 
N.B... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

157 18 
33 00 

299 75 
76 00 
64 00 
83 35 

86 00 
281 35 
215 80 
235 20 

109 67 

ib) 
ia) 
25 50 

158 50 
189 00 

69 00 

27 25 
185 50 
175 50 

25 00 
243 10 
172 00 
115 40 

54 15 

20 50 

12 00 

291 22 

159 25 
255 05 
153 70 

15 50 

51 00 

374 25 

211 75 

10 00 
307 17 

59 00 
115 00 
651 50 

28 00 
85 25 

167 45 
438 25 
523 13 

26 00 

87 17 
237 50 
255 75 

25 75 
141 45 
125 48 
470 71 

15 00 
451 51 
175 25 

60 50 

110 55 
42 00 

294 19 
58 12 

70 49 
54 15 

119 25 
228 32 
158 00 
192 79 
223 60 



(o) For Revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices. 
•Credit for new office not yet opened. 



(b) For Revenue see under St. John Sub-0£Bces. 



104 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Office — Continued 



Name of Post Oflfice 



St. N6ree 

St. Neree Station 

St. Norbert 

St. Ola 

St. On^sime 

St. Ouens 

St. Pacome Station 

St. Patrick 

St. Patrick's Channel 

St. Paul do la Croix 

St. Paul d'lndustrie 

St. Paul, Est 

St. Paul's Island (summer 

office) 

Ste. Perpetue Station 

St. Philibert 

St. Philippe 

St. Philippe de Chester 

St. Phillips 

St. Pie de Guire 

St. Pierre 

St. Pierre de Wakefield . . . , 

St. Pierre d'Orleans , 

St. Praxede , 

St. Raymond 

St. Regmond 

St. Redempteur 

St. Regis 

Ste. Rose 

Ste. Rosette 

St. Samuel de Horton 

St. Samuel Station 

St. Sebastien Station 

St. Severe 



St. Severe Nord 

St. S6v6rin de Beaurivage 

St. Sosime 

St. Sulpice 

Ste. Seraphine 

St. Tharcisius 

Ste. Theodosie 

St. Theodule 

St. Thomas d'Aquin 

St. Thomas de Caxton 

St. Thomas de Kent 

St. Thomas de Souianges... . 

St. Thuribe 

St. Valere de Bulstrode 

St. Victor Station 

St. Yvon 

Sable River 

Sacre-Cceur de Marie 

Sacred Heart 

Saddle Lake 

Sadlow 

Sadowa 

Sagathun 

Sahanatien 

*Sahtlani 

Saint Front 

Saint Olivier 

Saints Anges 

Salaberry 

Salem 

Salem 

Salem Road 

Salford 

Salina 

Salmon Bay (summer office) 

Salmon River 

Salmon River Bridge 



Province 



P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
N.B. 
Ont.. 
P.Q.. 
Man. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
N.S. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 



N.S 

P.Q 

P-Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Man 

Ont 

Sask 

Ont 

B.C.... 
Sask.... 
N.B... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.B.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 

N.S.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

359 94 

61 00 

32 01 
276 23 
263 05 
165 20 
192 00 
214 00 

39 95 
336 00 
365 00 
102 00 

54 75 
130 70 
104 00 

17 00 

86 00 

37 60 

416 10 

55 00 
104 75 
190 13 

33 00 
60 00 
66 00 

120 00 

71 75 

45 00 

108 80 

232 35 

171 00 

100 15 

312 90 

14 00 

413 05 

27 63 
205 00 
108 00 

42 00 

197 33 

11 00 
235 00 

69 66 
134 00 

28 00 
444 70 
249 70 
379 80 
282 55 

198 00 
260 25 

54 00 
37 25 
73 00 
92 55 
28 00 
20 24 

25 00 
76 00 
20 50 

352 71 

63 50 

262 00 

304 29 

26 40 
282 70 

12 00 
Nil 
265 00 
108 75 



Name of Post Office 



Salmon River Lake 

Salmon River Road 

Salmon Valley » . . 

Saltaux 

Saltel 

Salter 

Salt Lake (opened 15-6-25). . . 

Salt Springs 

Salt Springs, Antigonish 

• Salt Spring, Pictou 

Salt Springs Station 

Sambro 

Samburg 

Sampson Cove (opened 13-7- 

25) 

Sampsonton 

Samson 

Samsonville 

Sanborn 

San Clara (opened 15-6-25).... 

Sandfield 

Sandf ord 

Sandford Dene 

Sand Hill 

Sandilands 

Sand Lake 

Sandown 

Sandspit 

Sand Point 

Sand Point Road 

Sandridge 

Sandville 

Sandwith .* 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Falls (opened 20-1-26) 
Sandy Hook (summer office) 
Sandy Point (summer office) 

Sangster 

San Josef Bay 

San Mateo 

Sanmaur 

Sans Souci (summer office) . . 

Sap ton 

Sarrail 

Sargent (closed 1-2-26) 

Sarto 

Sarty's 

Saskhart 

Sault a la Puce 

SaultSt. Lin 

Sault Ste. Marie S.O. No. 3. 

Saunders West 

Savanne 

Savary Island 

Savoie 

Savory 

Savoy 

Savoy Landing 

Sawdy 

Sawyer 

Saxby 

Saxon Hill 

Scadouc 

Scandia 

Scanterbury 

Scapa (opened 16-12-25) 

Scarsdale 

Scarth 

Scatatie Island 

Schutt 

Schwartz 



Province 



N.S 

N.S.... 

B.C 

Alberta. 

Man 

Sask.... 

Sask 

N.B... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask 



Revenue 



N.S 

Alberta. , 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 

B.C 

N.S 

N.B 

Man 

N.S 

Sask.... 
P.Q 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

Ont 

B.C 

B.C 

P.Q 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Man 

N.S 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. 

Ont 

B.C 

P.Q 

B.C 

N.B 

N.B 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 

N.B 

Alberta. 
Man .... 
Alberta. 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 



♦Credit for new office not yet opened. 
(h) For revenue see undor St. John Sub-Offices. 



(o) For revenue see under Sault Ste. Marie Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



105 



Name of Post Office 


Province 

P.Q 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

Man 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

Sask 

Sask 

Yukon — 
Ont 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

N.B 

N.S 

Alberta. . . 

B.C 

N.S 

Alberta... 
Alberta... 
Alberta. . . 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.B 

Ont 

N.B 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask 

B.C 

Man 

B.C 

Ont 

B.C 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

B.C 

Ont 

N.S 

B.C 

Alberta. . . 

Man 

Ont 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.B 

Man 

B.C 


Revenue 

$ cts. 

382 00 

182 31 

396 75 

80 90 

41 25 

32 00 

23 00 

64 00 

54 50 
415 46 

50 25 
150 00 

191 00 
17 00 

88 00 
59 60 

129 00 

Nil 
92 00 

36 00 

28 80 
201 25 

32 00 
20 50 
152 70 
316 19 
40 00 
46 60 
94 00 

85 95 
511 27 

56 40 

9 00 

898 13 

50 00 
368 00 

49 75 
75 00 

89 25 
110 00 
120 25 
262 80 

55 75 

37 55 
43 00 

90 30 
465 00 

29 00 
29 80 

194 64 

155 60 
360 00 
454 50 

156 25 
58 00 

51 00 
34 27 

40 00 
138 80 
108 50 

43 00 
180 50 

86 50 

192 75 
28 00 
37 00 

41 70 
389 30 

91 95 
53 25 
88 00 


Name of Post Office 
Shawanaga 


Province 

Ont 

N.B 

Alberta. . . 

Sask 

Ont 

N.B 

Ont 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C 

Sask 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 
N.B 

Ont 

Ont 

B.C 

Ont 

Man 

Sask 

Ont 

Ont 

Man 

P.Q 

Sask 

Alberta. . . 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

Alberta. . . 

Sask 

Man 

Man 

Alberta... 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

Alberta. . . 
Alberta. . . 

B.C 

P.Q 

Man 

N.S 

N.B 

Man 

Man 

Sask 

Alberta. . . 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

Man 


Revenue 

$ cts. 
179 42 


Science Hill 


Shaw Brook 


14 00 




Shandro 


357 25 


Scoble West . . 


Shay 


57 81 




Sheatown 


10 00 


Scotch Hill 


Sheba 


33 05 


Scotch Hill East 


Shebeshekong 


56 75 




Shediac Bridge 


225 65 




Shediac Island 


58 86 


Scotia 


Shediac River (opened 15-9- 
25) 






6 00 




Shediac Road 


50 65 


Scott Mills 


Sheerway 


45 00 


Scott Road 


Sheet Harbour Passage 

Sheffield Mills 


181 90 




305 25 


Scout Lake 


Sheffield Mills Station 

Sheila 


407 40 


Scrip 

Scroggie Creek (closed 30- 
7-25) 


298 33 


Shekatika Bay 


10 71 


Sheldrake 


81 30 




Shelley 


467 50 




Shell River 


44 25 




Shell Valley 


142 05 




Shelter Bay 


902 76 


Sea Gull 


Shenley, East 


97 50 


Seal 


Shenley, Nord 


28 00 


Seal Cove 


Shenston 


35 25 


Seal Harbour 


Shepenge 

Shepody 


52 00 


Seal Island 


102 97 


Sea Otter Cove 


Sheppard Siding 


22 00 


Sea Side 


Sheppardton 


260 29 




Shere 


307 46 


Seba Beach 


Sheridan 


222 15 




Shergrove 


140 26 


Second Peninsula 


Sherrard 


24 25 


Sedalia (closed 31-3-26) 

*Sedalia 


Sherwood (closed 30-1-26). . . . 
■ Sheshegwaning 


97 46 
67 00 


Seebe 


Shevlin (opened 16-12-25) 

Shigawake East 


60 00 


Seech 


223 25 


Seely 


Shillingthorpe 


13 00 


Sefferensville 


Shining Bank 


56 60 


Seliars 


Shinnickburn 


14 25 


Sellarville 


Ship Harbour Lake 


210 30 


Selmah 


Shippigan Gully 


46 75 


Selwood 


Shippigan Island 


125 50 




Shoal Creek 


32 75 




Shooter Hill 


24 25 




Shomcliffe 


16 55 


Senneville 


Shortdale 


307 10 


Septi^me Lac 


Shouldice 


181 00 


Serath 


Shrewsbury 


54 00 




Shulie 


49 25 


Setting Lake 


Shunacadie 


198 61 




Shushartie 


130 43 


Severn Park 


Sid cup 


23 12 


70 M ile House 


Sideview 


13 00 


S6vigny 


Sidney Inlet 


66 83 


Sevogle 


Sienna (opened 15-2-25) 

Siglunes 


20 00 


Sewell Brook 


34 82 


Sewellville 


Sight Point 


11 00 


Seymour Arm 


Silliker's 


127 80 


Shabaqua (opened 1-6-25) 

Shad Bay 


Silver 


210 75 


Silver Bay 


31 25 


Shalalth (opened 1-11-25) 

Shalka 


Silver Grove 


17 50 


Silver Heights 

Silver Hill 


97 25 


Shanawan 


266 00 


Shanick 


Silver Lake 


32 00 


Shanklin 


Silver Mine 


20 20 


Shannon 


Silver Mountain (Re-opened 

1-4-25) 




Shannon 


80 80 


Shannonvale 


Silver Plains 


147 20 


Sharpewood 


Silver Ridge (closed 31-10- 
25) 




Shaw 


Q 29 



*Credit for new office not yet opened. 



106 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Silver Stream 

Silver Valley 

Simard (closed 20-5-25) 

Simcoe Island 

Similkameen 

Simons Valley 

Simpson Corner 

Simpson's Pit (closed 1-12- 

25) 

Sinnett 

Sirko 

Sissiboo Falls 

Sisson Ridge 

Six Mile Creek 

Six Nations 

Six Portages 

Six Roads 

Skaro 

Skerryvore (summer office) 

Skibo 

Skibbereen 

Skidegate 

Skidegate Mission 

SkirDhu 

Skookumchuck 

Skownan 

Skull Creek 

Sky Glen 

Skye Glen East 

Skylake 

Sky Mountain 

Slate Falls 

Slate River Valley 

Slawa 

Sletten 

Slocan Park 

Sluice Point 

Smithfield 

Smith Hill 

Smith's 

Smith's Corner 

Smith Settlement 

Smith Town 

Smithsville 

Smoky River 

Snell 

Snider Mountain 

Snow Road Station 

Snowshoe 

Snowville 

Snug Harbour 

Soapstone Mine 

Sober Island 

Social Plains 

Socrates 

Soda Creek 

Soda Lake 

Sokal 

Soldier's Cove 

Soldier's Cove West 

Solomon 

Sonier 

Sonningdale 

*Sooke Lake 

Soperton 

Sopoff 

Sounding Lake 

Souris Valley 

South Alton 

South Bar of Sydney River. 

South Bathurst 

South Bay 



Province 



Sask 

B.C 

P.Q 

Ont 

B.C 

Alberta.. 
N.S 



Ont 

Sask 

Man 

N.S 

N.B 

B.C 

Ont 

P.Q 

N.B 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask 

B.C 

B.C 

N.S 

B.C 

Man 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.S 

Ont 

Ont 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

Man 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

Alberta. . 

N.B 

N.B 

Ont 

B.C 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta... 

Sask , 

B.C 

Alberta. . , 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B 

Sask 

B.C 

Ont 

Sask 

Alberta. . . 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

47 00 
128 75 
Nil 

49 05 

74 55 
3 72 

122 25 

13 29 

125 75 

61 87 

55 00 

43 50 
145 00 

48 00 

25 00 
261 50 

35 25 

195 00 

31 23 

11 65 
174 25 
217 00 

46 20 

363 98 

30 24 

59 00 
64 00 

26 00 

12 03 
12 00 
21 02 
95 73 

75 70 

27 40 
163 50 
284 00 

42 00 

73 75 

127 30 

60 74 

83 25 
73 75 

117 60 
23 00 

44 70 
64 55 

536 27 

469 62 

71 45 

45 10 
54 75 

113 80 

66 89 
132 00 
503 46 
502 54 

45 99 

84 50 

38 00 
58 10 

50 00 
228 00 

15 00 
309 43 

67 50 

28 60 

39 75 
79 11 

137 50 

276 00 

67 20 



Name of Post Office 



South Bay , 

South Bay Mouth , 

South Beach 

South Branch 

South Branch 

South Canaan 

South Clones 

South Cove 

South Dudswell (closed 20- 

11-25) 

South East Passage 

South Esk 

South Ferriby 

Southfield 

South Gillies .• 

South Greenwood 

South Harbour 

South Highlands 

South Ingonish 

South Ingonish Harbour 

South Johnville 

South Junction 

South Lancaster 

South Lochaber 

Southmag (summer office) . 

(re-opened 1-9-25) 

South Manchester 

South McLellan's Mountain. 

South Melfort 

South Morlands 

South Milford 

South Minto 

South Nelson Road 

South Pender 

Southport 

South Port Mann 

South Port Morien 

South Quinan (opened 13-7- 

25) 

South Range 

South Rawdon 

South Rhodena 

South River 

South River Bourgeois 

South River Lake 

South St. Norbert 

South Salt Springs 

South Side Basin of River 

Dennis 

South Side of Baddeck River 

South Side of Boularderie 

South Star 

South Tatamagouche 

South Tilley 

South Touchwood 

South Tremont 

South Uniacke 

South Valley 

Southview 

Southville 

South Waterville (closed 

30-6-25) 

South West Lot 16 

South West Mabou 

South West Margaree 

South West Point 

South West Port Hood 

South West Port Mouton 

South West Ridge 

South wood 

Sowerby 

Spanish Ship Bay 



Province 



Ont.. 
Ont., 
P.Q.. 

N.S. 
N.B. 

N.S. 
N.B. 

N.S. 



P.Q 

N.S 

N.B.... 
Alberta. 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 



Ont. . . 

N.S.. 
N.S.. 
Sask . . 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
N.B.. 
N.B.. 
B.C.. 
P.E.I. 
B.C.. 
N.S.. 



N.S. 
N.S. 
N.S. 
N.S. 
N.B. 
N.S., 
N.S., 
N.B. 
N.S., 

N.S., 
N.S.. 
N.S., 
Sask. 
N.S.. 
N.B. 
Sask. 
N.S.. 
N.S.. 
Sask. 
Sask. 
N.S.. 



N.B.. 
P.E.I. 

N.S.. 

N.S.. 

P.Q... 

N.S... 

N.S.. 

N.S... 

Ont... 

Ont. . . 

N.S... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
116 50 
114 50 

59 55 
109 50 

45 06 

14 00 
51 00 
64 50 

15 93 
50 05 

45 00 

46 25 

60 00 
88 70 
26 25 

24 05 
15 25 

149 95 
42 00 
21 00 
381 12 
489 00 
114 50 

48 04 
23 75 

25 30 
36 53 
25 00 

343 28 
134 75 

125 05 
176 79 
139 95 

54 80 

28 00 

40 00 

126 50 
191 96 

35 45 

29 85 
87 00 
91 00 

30 00 
9 95 

164 00 
20 00 

47 00 

34 62 
19 00 
60 00 

25 65 

29 00 
173 92 

30 00 
101 40 
100 50 

Nil 

26 00 

35 00 
254 80 

13 00 
51 80 
275 30 
25 00 
148 80 
128 90 
211 50 



*Credit for new office not yet opened. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Conrinued 



107 



Name of Post Office 



Spapley Creek 

Spearhill 

Speddington 

Spence 

Spencer's Island 

Spennymoor 

Spinney Hill 

Spiritwood 

Spooner 

Springboume 

Springbrook 

Springdale 

Springfield 

Springfield Park 

Spring Grove (closed 28^25) 

Springhaven 

Springhouse 

Spring Lake 

Springpark 

Spring Point 

Springridge 

•Springstein 

Springtown 

Springville 

Sproul Settlement 

Sprucefield 

Spruce Hedge 

Spruce Home 

Spry Harbour 

Spurgrave 

Square Hill 

Squilax 

Squirrel Cove 

Stainsleigh (closed 30-11-25).. 

Standard Hill 

Standoff 

Stanger 

Stanhope 

Stanhope 

Stanley House (summer 

office) 

Stanley Section 

Stanleyville 

Staplehurst 

Star 

Starkey's 

Starkville 

Starrat 

Station Bilodeau ; 

Stauffer 

Staynor Hall 

Stream Mill Village (closed 

31-10-25) 

Steeledale 

Steele's Lake (closed 31-1-26) 

Steelhead 

Steenburg 

Steep Creek .- 

Steep Creek 

Steeve's Mountain 

Steeve's Settlement 

Stelcam 

Stellaco 

Stenson 

Stephens Bay (Summer office 

(opened 22-0-25) 

Stetten 

Stevenson Place 

Stewartdale 

Stewartfield 

Stewart Lake 

Stewarton 

Stewart River 

Stewart Valley 



Province 



P.Q 

Man 

Sask.... 

Ont 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Man 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

N.S 

B.C 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 

N.B 

Alberta. 

Ont 

Sask.... 

N.S 

Man 

Sask.... 

B.C 

B.C 

Alberta. 

Sask 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.E.I... 

Ont 

N.S 

Ont 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

N.B 

Ont 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta. . 
Sask 



N.S., 

Sask. 

N.S., 

B.C. 

Ont.. 

Sask. 

N.S., 

N.B. 

N.B. 

Sask. 

B.C. 

P.Q.. 



Ont 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.S 

Alberta. 

Man 

N.B 

Yukon.. 
Sask.... 



Revenue 


$ cts. 


39 25 


170 07 


107 50 


94 00 


367 55 


6 00 


275 05 


91 00 


24 00 


30 50 


92 30 


98 75 


74 00 


49 75 


Nil 


156 00 


30 00 


89 50 


8 00 


30 00 


87 05 


10 00 


39 96 


142 83 


7 00 


16 75 


36 20 


125 45 


247 00 


95 60 


95 00 


231 77 


262 39 


4 49 


27 62 


102 00 


128 00 


167 25 


150 50 


71 20 


55 00 


167 75 


27 00 


57 65 


159 66 


61 00 


114 90 


105 00 


90 24 


50 10 


14 65 


70 51 


4 00 


95 50 


277 60 


127 39 


150 00 


45 00 


59 00 


128 79 


55 78 


291 50 


85 74 


12 00 


154 25 


24 00 


29 00 


63 30 


62 90 


135 00 


286 19 



Name of Post Office 

Stewiacke Cross Roads 

Stiles Village 

Still Water 

Stillwater 

Stirling 

Stirling Brook 

Stocks 

Stoddarts (closed 28-10-25). 

Stoneham 

Stonehenge 

Stonehurst 

Stonelaw 

Stoneleigh 

Stone Ridge 

Stony Hill 

Stony Island 

Stonyview 

Stoppington 

Stormont 

Storey town (closed 1-1-26).. 

Stowlea 

Strachan 

Straiton 

Strand 

Strange 

Strathadam 

Strathnaver 

Strawberry Hill 

Streamstown 

Streatham 

Strong Pine 

Stry 

Stuart Island 

Stubb's Bay (closed 2-8-25). 

Stubno 

Sturgeon Landing 

Sturgeon Point (summer 

office) 

Sturgeon River 

Sturgeonville 

Subrosa 

Suffolk Station 

Suffren 

Sugar Camp 

Sugar Loaf 

Sugden 

Sullivan Lake 

Sulphur Springs 

Summercove 

Summer Hill 

Summerview 

Summerville 

Summerville 

Summerville Centre 

Sundance 

Sundown 

Sunkist 

Sunland 

Sunny Bank 

Sunnybrook 

Sunny Comer 

Sunnydale 

Sunnymead 

Sunnyside 

Sunnywold 

Sunrise 

Sunset Cape North 

Sunset Lake 

Sunset Prairie 

Sunshine 

Sunville 

Suomi 

Surge Narrows 

Surprise 



Province 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.S 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

N.S 

Alberta. 

Ont 

N.B 

Man 

N.S 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

N.S 

N.B 

Sask 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Sask.... 

Ont , 

N.B 

B.C 

B.C 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Sask.... 
Alberta. 

B.C 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Sask 



Ont 

Sask 

Alberta. . 

Sask 

P.E.I... . 

Man 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. . 
Alberta.. 
Alberta.. 

Sask 

N.B 

Alberta.. 

Ont 

P.E.I... . 

NS 

Alberta.. 

Man 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 
N.B..... 
Alberta.. 
Sask..... 

N.B 

B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

Sask 

B.C 

Ont 

Man 

Ont 

B.C.... 
Sask 



Revenue 
$ cts. 
145 94 
32 00 
168 50 
904 58 

84 50 
52 00 
34 00 

4 08 
176 50 

127 00 

128 30 
67 93 
70 25 
91 32 
47 00 

372 50 
25 00 
31 75 

112 64 
21 32 

41 00 
99 10 

168 45 
27 00 

112 27 
93 50 
43 90 

192 60 
67 00 
76 60 
65 01 
70 24 

118 50 
19 46 
65 95 

117 00 

1,014 00 

113 80 
51 25 
58 00 
19 00 
54 46 
43 50 

125 95 

30 75 
120 15 
168 17 
204 00 

98 25 

9 50 

159 45 

151 25 

116 70 

67 35 
364 05 

47 56 
197 00 
291 00 

85 56 
2C6 50 

29 00 
19 00 

31 26 
31 20 
17 GO 
36 00 

42 00 
27 00 

264 34 
21 00 

110 00 
60 50 
85 70 



*(/redit for new office not yet opened. 



108 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post OflBce 



Suretteville 

Surrey 

Sutherland's River 

Sutton Bay 

Swansburg 

Swan Plain 

Swanson Bay 

Swarthmore 

Sweenyville 

Sweetland 

Sweet's Corners 

Swift Creek 

Sybouts 

Sydney Forks 

Sydney River 

Sylvan 

Sylvan Valley 

Synton 

Syringa Creek 

Tache (opened 1-8-25) 

Taft 

Taghum 

Takla Landing 

Talon 

Talbot.. 

Talbotville Royal 

Tallman (opened 1-2-26).... 
Tamaracouta (summer 

office) 

Tancredia 

Tangleflags 

Tanglefoot (closed 31-10-25) 

Tankville 

Tannin 

Tansley 

Tantallon 

Tarbot 

Tarbotvale 

Tarnapol 

Tarrys 

Tartigou 

Tashota 

TaTa Creek 

Tatamagouche Mountain. . . 

Tatia Lake 

Tatlock 

Taunton 

Taylor 

Taylor's Head 

Taylorside 

Taylor Village 

Taylorville 

Tchesinkut Lake 

Teddington 

Teepee 

Teepee Creek 

Telegraph Creek 

Telford 

Temperance Vale (closed 30- 

6-25) 

Temperanceville 

Tenby 

Tenby Bay 

Tenecape 

Ten Mile Creek 

Tenne.x 

Terence 

Terence Bay 

Terra Haute 

Terra Nova. 

Terre Noire 



Province 


Revenue 




$ cts. 


N.B 


55 50 


N.B 


594 00 


N.S 


53 00 


Ont 


118 00 


N.S 


175 53 


Sask 


74 00 


B.C 


242 00 


Sask 


82 00 


N.B 


25 00 


N.S 


25 00 


N.S 


203 00 


B.C 


392 90 


Sask 


33 00 


N.S 


84 20 


N.S 


271 50 


Man 


42 70 


Ont 


45 50 


N.B 


18 00 


B.C 


109 13 


P.Q 


292 75 


B.C 


167 93 


B.C 


81 40 


B.C 


30 00 


P.Q 


57 00 


Alberta... 


224 18 


Ont 


483 50 


Sask 


46 00 


P.Q 


60 00 


P.Q 


187 65 


Sask 


274 00 


B.C 


98 80 


N.B 


17 01 


Ont 


138 40 


Ont 


137 50 


N.S 


119 75 


N.S 


78 45 


N.S 


53 40 


Sask 


323 00 


B.C 


140 60 


P.Q 


82 76 


Ont 


450 50 


B.C 


160 30 


N.S 


65 75 


B.C 


68 40 


Ont 


62 60 


Ont 


102 00 


B.C 


78 00 


N.S 


27 00 


Sask 


44 97 


N.B 


64 00 


Alberta... 


78 25 


B.C 


41 40 


Sask 


151 12 


Sask 


52 15 


Alberta... 


48 40 


B.C 


309 17 


N.S 


22 30 


N.B 


5 88 


Ont 


113 75 


Man 


230 00 


Ont 


53 25 


N.S 


61 56 


N.B 


43 95 


Sask 


14 50 


Man 


233 41 


N.S 


126 05 


P.Q 


123 23 


N.S 


39 00 


N.S 


138 90 



Name of Post Office 



Teston (closed 30-1-26) 

T6te k la Baleine 

Tfete Jaune Cache 

Tewkesbury 

Tetreaultville 

Thalberg 

The Bluffs 

Tne Cottages (summer office) 

The Falls 

The Flats (closed 14-3-25) .... 

The Glades 

The Halfway 

The Hawk 

The Lodge 

The Narrows 

The Points West Bay 

The Range 

Theresa 

Th6riault 

The Ridge 

The Slash 

The Willows 

Thibault 

Thibeauville 

Thicket Portage 

Thistletown 

ThivJerge 

Thomasville 

Thompson 

Thompson Lake 

Thorah Island (summer office) 

Thorel House 

Thornbrook 

Thomby 

Thome Centre 

Thorsby 

Three Creeks (closed 30-9-25). 

Three Brooks 

Three Fathom Harbour 

Three Lakes 

Three Valley 

Thunder River 

Thurston Harbour 

Thurston ia Park (summer 

office) 

Thwaites 

Tichborne 

Tiddville 

Tide Head 

Tide Lake 

Tidnish Bridge -. 

Tidnish River 

Tillev 

Tilley Station 

Timberlea 

Tinchebray 

Tingley 

Tiny 

Tionaga 

Tipperary 

Titanic 

Titusville 

Tlell 

Tobique Narrows 

Tobique River 

Tod Creek 

Tolland 

Tomiko 

Tompkinsville 

Tonkin (closed 30-4-25) 

(re-opened 16-1-26) 

Tooleton 



Province 



Ont 

P.Q.... 
B.C.... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 

Man 

N.B.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Sask 

N.B... 

Man 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Man 

N.S.... 
N.B... 
Sask. . . . 
N.B... 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 

Man 

Ont 

P.Q.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
N.B.... 

Ont 

Ont.... 
N.B... 
P.Q.... 
P.Q.... 
Alberta 
Sask.... 
N.B... 
N.S.... 
P.Q... 
B.C.... 
P.Q.... 
B.C.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.B.'... 
Alberta 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta. 
N.S.... 
Alberta. 
N.B.... 

Sask 

Ont 

Man 

Sask.... 
N.B... 
B.C.... 
N.B... 
N.B.... 
Alberta. 
Alberta, 

Ont 

N.S.... 

Sask 

N.B.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
46 00 
18 00 
98 95 

17 00 
(a) 

116 00 
76 40 

20 00 
83 00 
Nil 
942 68 

21 00 
128 66 

36 45 

15 75 
79 38 

134 89 
88 00 
87 75 
82 10 
60 00 

110 20 
42 00 

81 00 
93 00 

219 00 
193 00 

58 83 

28 75 
10 00 
20 00 

100 25 

6 00 

38 42 

24 30 

16 50 
5 82 

157 80 

54 94 

125 10 

117 10 
252 46 

15 50 

293 00 

41 50 

462 39 

100 70 
177 94 

82 50 

160 75 

59 50 
153 36 
317 25 

48 50 
14 00 
23 00 

325 00 

670 05 
44 00 
53 66 

130 50 
27 00 
27 00 

159 50 

101 55 
243 50 

161 15 

18 00 

29 15 
81 00 



(a) For revenue see under Montreal Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



109 



Name of Post OflSce 



Topland 

Topley 

Torbay 

Torbrook 

Torbrook East 

Torbrook West 

Torlea 

Torryburn 

TothiH 

TouffedePins 

Tourelle 

Toutes Aides 

Tracadie Beach 

Tracadie Cross 

Tracadie Road 

Trafalgar 

Trait Carr6 

Tramore 

Tranter (closed 1-5-25) .... 

Trapp lyake 

Treelon 

Trelydden 

Tremblay Settlement 

Tremont 

Trentham ; 

Trenville 

Tring 

Trinity Valley 

Tristram 

Triton Fishing Club (summer 

office) 

Trois Saumons 

Trois Saumons Station 

(opened 23-9-25) 

Trottier 

Trout Brook 

Trout Brook 

Trout River 

Trout Stream 

Troy 

Truemanville 

Tufts Cove 

Tulford Harbour 

Tullis 

TuUeymet 

Tummel 

Tupper Creek 

Tupperville 

Turgeon 

Turgeon 

Turkey Point (summer office) 

(opened 1-7-25) 

Turnerville 

Turtle Beach 

Turtle Creek 

Turtle Lake 

Tutela 

Tweedie Brook 

Twining 

Twin Rock Valley 

Twin Valley 

Twin River 

Two Hills 

Two Rivers 

•Tyner 

Tyneside 



Udora 

Uflford... 
Uhthoff . . . 
Ukraina. . . 
UUswater. 



Province 



Alberta. 
B.C 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

Alberta. 

N.B 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 

N.B 

P.E.I... 

N.S 

Ont 

P.Q 

Ont 

Man 

B.C 

Sask. . . . 

Man 

N.B 

N.S 

Man 

Alberta. 
.Mberta. 

B.C 

Alberta. 



P.Q. 
P.Q. 



P.Q.. 
P.Q.. 
N.B. 

N.S. 

N.S. 

N.B. 

N.S. 

N.S. 

N.S., 

B.C. 

Sask. 

Sask. 

Man. 

B.C. 

N.S., 

P.Q.. 

N.B. 



Ont 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B 

Ont 

Ont 

N.B 

Alberta.. 

N.S 

Sask 

Alberta. . 
Alberta.. 

N.S 

Sask 

Sask 



Ont.. 
Ont.. 
Ont.. 
Man. 
Ont.. 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

26 00 

317 69 

68 95 
152 41 

41 00 

77 45 

72 00 

129 12 

26 25 
109 35 
397 68 
429 05 

62 25 
323 70 

12 00 
233 60 

70 00 
62 95 
Nil 

59 7& 

20 60 
12 10 
36 00 

71 00 
23 25 

21 00 
215 25 

43 50 
30 42 

100 00 

220 80 

52 08 
168 80 
122 50 

60 00 
64 00 

69 75 
50 00 
39 01 

121 40 

373 55 
191 00 

27 00 

28 00 

221 50 
88 43 

261 50 

Nil 
400 91 
69 05 
250 00 
62 90 
ib) 

14 00 
202 77 

30 00 

31 62 
91 20 

164 20 
16 00 

15 00 
25 50 

291 34 
137 39 
227 54 
214 85 
64 00 



Name of Post Ofl&ce 



Ulva.. 

Umatillo 

Umphrey 

Uncas (opened 15-8-25) 

Underbill 

Undine 

Union Creek 

Union Mills 

Union Point (opened 1-1-26). . 

Union Road 

Union Square 

Union Valley 

Uno 

Uphill 

Upper Abougoggin 

Upper Baddeck River 

Upper Balmoral 

Upper Barneys River 

Upper Bass River 

Upper Bay du Vin 

Upper Bertrand 

Upper Big Tracadie 

Upper Blandford 

Upper Branch 

Upper Brighton 

Upper Buctouche 

Upper Burlington 

Upper Cape 

Upper Caraquet 

Upper Charlo 

Upper Chelsea 

Upper Clyde River 

"Upper Cole Harbour 

Upper Derby 

Upper Dorchester 

Upper Dover 

Upper Dundee 

Upper Economy 

Upper Falmouth 

Upper Gaspereau 

Upper Glencoe 

Upper Glen Road 

Upper Golden Grove 

Upper Goshen 

Upper Grand Mira 

Upper Greenwick 

Upper Hampstead 

Upper Hat Creek 

Upper Keswick 

Upper Kingsburg 

Upper La Have 

Upper Lakeville 

Upper Lawrencetown 

Upper Leitche's Creek 

Upper Loch Lomond 

Upper Main River 

Upper Margaree 

Upper Middleboro 

Upper Middle River 

Upper Mills 

Upper Nappan *. 

Upper Nelson 

Upper New Cornwall 

Upper New Harbour 

Upper New Horton 

Upper New Port 

Upper Peel (closed 1-6-25). . . . 

Upper Rawdon 

Upper Rexton 

Upper River Dennis 

Upper Rockport 

Upper St. Andr4 



Province 



N.S.... 

Man 

Sask 

Alberta 
N.B... 
N.B.... 

Ont 

N.B... 

Man 

P.E.L.. 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Man 

Ont 

N.B... 
N.S.... 
N.B... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
NS.... 
N.B... 
N.B... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B. ... 
N.B... 
N.B... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
NB.... 
N.S.... 
N.B... 
N.B.... 
B.C.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 

N.S 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
47 40 
32 57 
46 75 

65 66 
163 50 

11 00 
108 27 
325 00 

27 65 

80 55 
46 00 

4 00 
312 14 

77 00 
118 00 

25 85 
110 50 

30 26 

57 00 
167 75 

98 00 

97 61 
96 00 

121 50 
90 45 
59 00 

156 11 
77 00 

429 20 

386 00 
90 50 
43 00 
15 00 

127 00 
165 00 

25 00 
27 00 

128 10 
220 00 

34 00 

20 00 

103 00 

12 00 

34 00 
40 00 
55 35 
49 00 
55 00 

170 60 
85 32 

254 45 
64 75 

5 50 

15 00 

35 50 

66 25 
30 75 
85 55 

98 75 
55 50 

16 20 

67 00 

81 75 
205 75 

85 00 
153 66 
Nil 
316 00 
66 25 
18 00 
52 00 
32 00 



(6) For revenue see under Brantford Sub-Offices 



•Credit for new office not yet opened. 



110 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Oifiices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



Upper St. Maurice 

Upper Ste. Rose 

Upper St. Simon 

Upper Sheila 

Upper Siegas 

Upper Smithfield 

Upper South River 

Upper South West Mabou — 

Upper Springfield 

Upper Squamish 

Upper Tantallon 

Upper Tilley Road 

Upper Washabuck 

Upper Wedgeport 

Upper West New Harbour. . . 

Upper West Pubnico 

Upper Whitehead 

Upper Wood Harbour 

Upsala 

Upsalquitch 

Urbania 

Ursa 

Usherville 

Usona 

Vachon 

Val Alain 

Valbrand 

"V alcartier Village 

Val d'Amour 

Val d'Espoir 

Valdor 

Vale 

Valencay 

Valenciennes 

Valentia 

Vale Perkins 

Valeport 

Valhalla 

Valin 

Valjean 

Valine Ste. Claire 

Valleville. .- 

Valley Centre 

Valley Mills 

Valley Station 

Vallican 

Valmont 

Val Morin Station 

Val Ombreuse 

Valpoy 

Val St. Michel (Late Fafard) 

(opened 1-7-25) 

Val Soucy 

Varnarsdol 

Vance 

Vanbrugh 

Van Bruyssel 

Vancouver Sub-Office No. 30. 

Vancouver, North Arm 

Vandry 

Vandy ne 

Vanesti 

Vankoughnet 

Vannes 

Varsity View 

Vassar 

Vauban 

Vaucluse 

Vaughan 

Vauquelin 

Vautour 

Vauvert 



Province 



N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S .... 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

N.B 

N.S 

Ont 

Sask 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

Sask 

Alberta. 

P.Q 

Sask 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

B.C 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Man 



P.Q 

Alberta. 

B.C 

Sask 

Ont 

P.Q 

B.C 

B.C 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 

Ont 

Man 

Man 

Man , 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.S 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.Q 



Revenue 


$ cts. 


21 00 


65 00 


59 00 


122 50 


56 25 


30 25 


94 00 


29 00 


24 50 


19 30 


139 47 


29 00 


50 00 


70 35 


57 35 


238 95 


38 05 


4d 00 


489 82 


314 70 


152 03 


14 46 


36 15 


79 00 


119 75 


158 75 


170 41 


300 00 


145 00 


30 00 


84 95 


25 00 


123 20 


39 00 


217 85 


189 35 


110 00 


54 30 


51 65 


303 48 


118 00 


86 00 


67 00 


25 00 


29 00 


105 43 


263 12 


415 80 


58 00 


35 10 


17 00 


37 11 


259 40 


89 00 


38 20 


493 80 


(b) 


ib) 


646 10 


24 25 


107 25 


118 76 


40 00 


161 36 


652 44 


293 00 


249 00 


173 45 


17 95 


70 54 


357 40 



Name of Post Office 



Vavenby 

Vedder Crossing 

Veletta 

Vendee 

Veneer Siding (opened 16-12- 
25) 

Venlaw 

Vennachar 

Verbois 

Verdant Valley 

Verio (opened 1-12-25) 

Vermilion Bay 

Vernal 

Verndale 

Vernon River 

Vestfold 

Vesuvius 

Vianney (opened 15-10-25). . . . 

Victoria Sub-Office No. 6 

Victoria Sub-Office No. 10. . . 

Victoria Sub-Office No. 11. . . 

Victoria Beach 

Victoria Beach (summer offi- 
ce) (re-opened 4-5-25) 

Victoria Bridge 

Victoria Corners 

Victoria Harbour 

Victoria Line 

Victoria Mines 

Victoria Vale 

Victory 

Victory Hill 

Vidir 

Vieille Eglise 

Vien 

Vienneau 

Viewmount 

Vigilant 

Ville des Lacs 

Village Bdlanger 

Villagedale 

Village des Chutes 

Village La Prairie 

Village St. Augustin 

Village Ste. Croix 

Village St. Irenee 

Village St. Jean 

Village St. Joseph 

Village St. Paul 

Village St. Pierre 

Ville Bouvier 

Villefranche 

Ville Quay 

Villemay 

Ville Real 

Villeroy 

Vimy Ridge 

Vincennes 

Vinoit 

Vinsulla 

Vinton 

Virgil 

Virginia East 

Vivian Station 

Vogar 

Volga (re-opened 1-4-25) 

Vogler's Cove 

Volmer 



Waba 

Wabasca.. 
Wabassee. 



Province 



B.C. 
B.C. 
Ont. 
P.Q. 



N.B 

Man 

Ont 

P.Q 

Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Ont 

N.S 

Sask.... 
P.E.I... 

Man 

N.S 

P.Q 

B.C 

B.C 

B.C 

N.S 



Man 

N.S 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B.... 
Sask.... 

Man 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

Sask.... 

P.Q 

P.Q.... 
N.S.... 

P.Q 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 

N.B 

N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Ont 

P.Q 

P.Q 

B.C;... 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.S 

Man 

Man 

Man 

N.S. . . . , 
Alberta. 



Ont 

Alberta. 
P.Q 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

297 10 

175 00 

44 00 

55 90 

83 64 

43 45 
172 53 

'99 00 
16 50 

21 00 
293 32 

30 00 
35 51 

369 70 

33 64 
24 75 
38 00 
(c) 
(c) 
(c) 

295 05 

790 58 

47 95 
63 10 

48 25 
24 95 

127 71 
147 00 

22 00 

31 40 
89 00 

263 00 
161 00 

37 00 

44 30 
12 50 

38 00 
288 50 

76 96 

49 00 
7 10 

26 30 
43 00 
18 25 
18 00 
18 00 

27 20 

34 36 
21 25 
54 33 

108 00 
389 31 

39 60 
272 80 
268 00 
341 51 

49 00 

70 01 
248 20 
168 95 

59 25 
261 02 
206 35 

72 00 
425 95 

70 71 

234 00 

158 00 

62 05 



(6) For revenue see under Vancouver Sub-Offices. (c) For revenue see under Victoria Sub-Offices. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



ill 



Name of Post Ofl&ce 



Wabi-Kon (summer office) 

(opened 1-7-25) 

Wadden Cove 

Wadhams 

Wagarville 

Waiistao 

Waitville 

Wako 

Walcott (opened 1-10-25) 

Waldeck Line 

Walden 

Waldersee 

Walkerburn 

Walkers Cutting 

Walkers Point 

Walkerville 

Walkleybiirg 

Wallace Highlands 

W^allace Mill 

Wallace Station 

Wallard 

Wallbrook 

Wallmore 

Walnut Grove 

Wampum 

Wamsley 

Wandsworth 

Wanganui 

Wanikewin (summer office). 

Waniska 

Wapah 

Wapashoe 

Wapske 

Warburg 

Wardrope 

Ward's Brook 

Warmley 

Warrensville 

Warwick 

Wasaga Beach 

Wasel 

Washabuck Bridge 

Washabuck Centre 

Wasing 

Washagami (opened 22-7-25) 

Wastina 

Watabeag 

Waterfield 

Waterford 

Waterford 

Waterhen 

Waterloo 

Watemish 

Waters 

Waterside *. 

Waterton Park 

Watervale 

Watford 

Watling 

Watt Lake 

Watts 

Watun River 

Watt Section, Sheet Harbour. 

Wattsford 

Waubamick 

Waugh 

Waugh 

Waugh's River 

Waupoos 

Waverley 

Wavy Bank 

Wawashkesh (summer office) 



Province 


Revenue 




$ cts. 


Ont 


207 00 


N.S 


11 00 


B.C 


416 00 


Ont 


127 06 


Alberta... 


84 00 


Sask 


63 30 


Ont 


171 30 


B.C 


36 70 


N.S 


86 00 


N.S 


50 50 


Man 


173 00 


Man 


33 80 


P.Q 


90 75 


Ont 


150 03 


N.S 


87 25 


Man 


25 00 


N.S 


28 50 


P.Q 


38 00 


N.S 


259 00 


Sask 


215 89 


N.S 


54 00 


Man 


12 00 


B.C 


120 34 


Man 


74 00 


Ont 


49 50 


Sask 


31 00 


Sask 


16 00 


Ont 


20 00 


Sask 


40 50 


Man 


52 00 


Sask 


26 25 


N.B 


369 50 


Alberta. . . 


78 20 


Ont 


257 00 


N.S 


302 95 


Sask 


37 77 


Alberta... 


9 00 


Alberta. . . 


360 00 


Ont 


765 50 


Alberta. . . 


81 00 


N.S 


12 00 


N.S 


41 00 


Ont 


46 00 


Ont 


61 90 


Alberta. . . 


87 15 


Ont 


54 00 


Sask 


62 48 


N.S 


115 80 


N.B 


108 90 


Man 


30 50 


N.S 


42 70 


N.S 


72 00 


Ont 


75 40 


N.S 


52 00 


Alberta. . . 


355 76 


N.S 


52 00 


N.S 


56 50 


N.B 


21 75 


Alberta. . . 


23 55 


Alberta. . . 


392 50 


B.C 


24 25 


N.S 


183 50 


Alberta. . . 


50 00 


Ont 


138 25 


N.B 


129 00 


Alberta. . . 


255 60 


N.S 


103 00 


Ont 


307 25 


Ont 


291 08 


Man 


21 95 


Ont 


410 00 



Name of Post Office 



Waweig 

Waybrook 

Wayerton 

Weald 

Wealthy 

Weatherley 

Weaver 

Weaver Settlement 

Weaver Siding 

Weiden 

Weirs tead 

Welland Junction 

Wellfield Settlement 

Welling 

Wellington 

Wellington Station 

Wells 

Wellsbrook 

Wellsdale 

Wellsville 

Wenham Valley 

Weno 

Wensley 

Wentworth 

Wentworth Creek 

Wentworth Station 

Wentzell's Lake 

Wesleyville 

West Advocate 

West Alba 

West Apple River 

Westasta Valley 

West Aylwin 

West Baccaro 

West Bay Centre 

West Bay Road 

West Berlin 

West Branch, St. Nicholas 

River 

Westbridge 

Westbrook 

Westbury Basin 

West Caledonia 

Westchester 

Westchester Lake 

West Chezzetcook 

West Clifford 

Westcock 

West Cook's Cove 

Westcott 

West Demars 

West Devon 

West Ditton 

Westerdale 

West Erinville 

Westerham 

West«rleigh 

Westerly 

Western Head 

Westfield 

Westfield Centre 

West Flambo rough 

West Glassville 

West Glenmount 

West Gravenhurst 

West Guildford 

Westhazel 

West Head 

West Jeddore 

Westlake 

West Lakevale 

West Lawrencetown 



Province 



N.B.... 

Alberta, 
N.B.... 
Alberta. 
Alberta, 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 

Man 

P.Q 

Ont 

N.B.... 
Alberta, 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.B.... 
Alberta, 
Alberta, 
Alberta, 
Alberta, 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 

N.B.... 
B.C.... 

N.S.... 

P.Q 

N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B.... 
N.S.... 
Alberta 
B.C.... 
P.E.I... 

P.Q 

Alberta 
N.S.... 
Sask.... 
Sask.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
N.B... 

Ont 

N.B.... 
N.S.... 

Ont 

Ont 

Sask..., 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 
Sask..., 
N.S.... 
N.S.... 



Revenue 

$ cts. 

103 50 
30 50 
27 00 

117 78 
18 50 
64 20 
56 61 
41 50 

43 00 
27 75 

115 30 
216 90 

14 00 

118 00 
122 75 

78 50 
40 00 
48 65 

72 00 
21 05 
32 50 

70 00 
112 01 
110 23 

25 00 
439 94 

80 00 
130 00 

73 11 
60 25 
17 55 
21 00 

179 30 

44 74 

81 00 
429 11 
161 95 

116 57 
280 00 
398 50 

69 95 
21 00 
16 00 

206 00 

71 39 
67 50 

40 70 
60 25 

222 00 
247 10 

15 01 
66 20 

70 20 
122 00 

16 25 

15 05 
88 00 
60 45 

331 70 

201 80 

66 85 

41 25 
189 28 
235 50 

71 95 
366 95 
171 95 

21 25 

16 00 
77 50 



112 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Continued 



Name of Post Office 



West Liscomb 

West Lochaber 

West Maboa Harbour 

West Middle Sable 

Westmount North (opened 

1-10-25) 

West Newdy Quoddy 

West Northfield 

West Petpeswick 

West Plains 

West Point 

West Port Clyde 

West Quaco 

West River 

West Roachvale 

West Rosaireville 

West St. Andrews 

West Side of Middle River. . . 

West Springhill 

West Tarbot 

Westward Ho 

West Waterville (closed 1—7 

25) 

West Wingham 

Wexford , 

Weymouth Falls 

Weymouth Mills 

Whalen Island (summer 

office) 

WharnclifTe 

Wharton 

Whatcheer 

Wheat Centre 

Wheatley River 

Wheaton Mills 

Wheaton Settlement 

Wheatstone (opened 1-12-25) 

White 

Whitebeech 

White Deer 

White Fish Lake 

White Fox 

Whitehall 

White Head Perc6 

White Lake (closed 31-3-25) . 

Whitemud 

White Point 

White Rapids 

White Rock Mills 

White's Brook 

White's Corner 

White's Cove 

Whiteside 

Whiteside 

White's Lake 

White's Mills... _ 

White's Mountain 

White Settlement 

Whitestone 

White Sulphur 

White Star 
Whitewood Grove 
Whitewood Hills 
Whitney 

Whittome 

Whitworth 

Whycocomagh Bay (North 

side) 

Whycocomagh Mount 

Whycocomagh Portage 

Whytecliffe 

Why tewold 

Wickham 

Widev'iew 



Province 



N.S... 
N.S... 
N.S... 
N.S... 

N.S... 
N.S... 
N.S... 
N.S... 
Sask... 
Sask.. . 
N.S... 
N.B... 
N.B... 
N.S... 
N.B... 
N.S... 
N.S... 
N.S... 
N.S... 
Alberta... 



N.B 

Alberta. 
Ont 

N.S 

N.S 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
49 85 

11 00 

12 00 
95 12 

49 00 
215 85 
152 96 

37 10 

70 90 
72 06 
81 60 

325 54 
63 00 
52 75 

49 75 
23 00 
92 50 
22 50 
30 00 

122 60 

Nil 

50 00 

49 04 

43 00 
175 30 

134 00 

139 00 

28 00 

42 20 

71 85 
91 60 
54 00 

63 00 

64 00 
22 79 
76 00 

130 25 

32 00 
63 47 

44 00 
230 37 
Nil 

10 75 

33 05 

34 70 
272 80 
311 86 

62 50 
113 06 
173 60 
106 45 
59 75 
33 50 

15 00 
28 00 

179 38 

256 50 

50 00 
119 70 

19 50 
1.57 00 
268 75 
168 30 

16 00 
3 00 

16 00 
192 50 

257 50 
141 50 
192 97 

(a) For Revenue see under Winnipeg Sub-Offices. 



Ont 

Ont 

N.S 

Alberta. 
Alberta. 
P.E.I... 

N.B 

N.B 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

P.Q 

P.Q 

Sask.... 

Ont 

P.Q 

B.C 

Sask 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

N.S 

N.B 

Ont 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

N.B 

Ont 

B.C 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B 

Sask 

P.Q 



N.S., 
N.S.. 
N.S., 
B.C. 
Man., 
N.B. 
Sask. 



Name of Post Office 



Widewater 

Wiggins 

Wikwemikong 

Wilbert (closed 13-5-25). 

Wilburn 

Wild Horse (Late Sage Creek) 

(opened 1-2-26) 

Wildmere 

Wild Rose 

Wile Settlement 

Wileviile 

Wilfrid 

Willard 

Willard Mills (closed 20-11-25) 

Willesden Green 

William 

Williamsdale 

Williams Point 

WiUisville 

Willoughby 

Willowdale 

Willowdale 

Willowfield 

Willowford 

Willow Grove 

Willow Hill 

Willowlea 

Willow River 

Willowvale 

Willowview 

Wilmot Valley 

Wilson 

Wilson Cove 

Wilson Creek 

Wilson Lake 

Wilson Landing 

Wilson's Corners 

Wilson's Mills 

Wilson's Point 

Wimmer 

Windigo 

Windsor Junction 

Windsor Lake 

Windygates 

Windy Lake 

Wine Harbour 

Wine River 

Wingard 

Wingle 

Wingello 

Winnipeg, Derry 

Winnitoba 

Winsloe 

Winslow South 

Winterburn 

Winthorpe 

Winton 

Wisdom 

Wishart 

Wishart Point 

Wisla 

Wiste 

Wittenburg 

WiwaHill 

Woermke 

Wolf Creek 

Wolfe 

Wolf Lake 

Woman River 

Wood 

Wood Bay 

Woodbend 

Woodbine 

Woodbourne 



Province 



Alberta. 
Sask.... 

Ont 

Sask 

N.S 



Alberta. 
Alberta . 
Sask . . . . 
N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

Man 

P.Q 

Alberta., 

P.Q 

N.S 

N.S 

Ont 

B.C 

Ont 

N.S 

Sask 

B.C 

N.B 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

B.C 

Sask 

Man 

P.E.I... . 

Ont 

N.S 

B.C 

Sask 

B.C 

P.Q 

P.Q 

N.B 

Sask 

P.Q 

N.S 

Sask 

Man 

Ont 

N.S 

N.B 

Sask 

Ont 

Sask 

Man 

Man 

P.E.I... . 

P.Q 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

Sask 

Alberta.. 

Sask 

N.B 

Man 

Alberta. . 

N.S 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta. . 

Sask 

P.Q 

Ont 

Ont 

Man 

Alberta. . 

N.S 

N.S 



Revenue 

$ cts. 
501 16 

56 75 
152 74 
Nil 

35 00 

31 77 

214 09 

109 75 

26 00 

14 00 

188 54 

13 30 

12 92 

43 50 

72 00 
35 00 
25 00 

188 25 

116 00 

1,675 41 

40 87 

22 00 

73 00 

41 00 
21 00 
99 90 

773 15 
54 35 

28 50 
111 40 

69 19 

29 30 
123 40 
122 00 

39 72 
168 65 
39 00 

23 25 
342 94 
513 75 
418 90 

46 25 
119 98 
160 86 
143 25 

33 51 
127 00 

61 90 

50 00 

(a) 

3 85 
201 00 

21 45 
194 52 
111 00 

22 00 
33 00 

280 50 

86 50 

44 50 

181 56 

90 20 

74 55 

38 99 

242 55 

372 53 

181 24 

327 75 

37 00 

207 50 

25 60 

17 52 

31 00 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY POSTMASTER GENERAL 
Non-Accounting Post Offices — Concluded 



113 



Name of Post Office 
Woodfield 


Province 

N.S 

Man 

Alberta. . . 
Ont 

P.Q 

N.B 

P.E.I 

N.B 

Man 

B.C 

N.B 

Man 

Alberta... 

Ont 

Man 

P.Q 

N.B 

N.S 

N.S 

N.B 

N.B 

Sask 

Alberta. . . 

N.S 

Sask 

Alberta. . . 

Ont 

B.C 

Sask 

Ont 

Ont 


Revenue 

t cts. 

34 50 

Nil 

18 10 

173 50 

69 00 

31 00 

21 00 

12 00 

140 80 

131 75 

162 50 

509 55 

47 68 

436 51 

20 00 

60 30 
81 55 
60 10 
45 72 
12 00 

338 00 

388 75 
40 50 
87 95 
31 00 

Nil 
66 75 

432 18 
45 87 

254 26 
96 00 


Name of Post Office 
Wynot 


Province 

Sask 

N.S 

N.S 

N.S 

P.Q 

Ont 

B.C 

Alberta... 

Ont 

Sask 

N.B 

P.Q 

Ont 

B.C 

N.B 

N.B 

Sask 

Man 

Man 

Alberta. . . 

Man 

Man 

Sask 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 

Man 

B.C 

Ont 

Alberta. . . 
Man 


Revenue 

S cts. 
136 61 


Wood field (closed 1^-25) 


Wyse's Comer 


84 00 


Wy vern 


54 00 


Woodington 


Yankee Harbour 




Woodland Bay 


15 00 




Yarm 


88 35 


Wood Island West 


Yarmouth Centre 


95 50 




Yarrow 


149 86 




Yates 


42 50 




Yearley's 


89 50 


Wood Point 


Yeoman's 


137 10 




Yone 


20 00 




York Centre 


175 00 




York Mills 


164 01 




*Youbon 


25 00 




Youghall 


18 00 




Young's Cove 


180 00 




Ypres 


91 00 


Wood vale 


Zaiicia 






87 40 




Zant 


80 88 




Zawale 


138 21 




Zbaraz 


30 00 


Woolchester 


Zelena (opened 1-6-25) 

Zenon Park 


110 00 




332 00 




Zeta 


13 00 




Zetland 


180 25 




Zhoda 


46 10 


Wyatt Bay 


Zincton 


172 00 




Ziska 


106 40 




Zoldovara 


10 50 


Wylie 


Zoria 


28 50 









*Credit for new office not yet opened. 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



REPORT 



OF THE 



MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS 



ON THE 



WORKS UNDER HIS CONTROL 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1926 



Submitted in Accordance with the Provisions of Chapter 39, Section 34. of the 

Revised Statutes of Canada 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1926 



\j i.%A£A 



ic. i 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., G.C. 
M.G., G.C. I.E., G.B.E., Governor General and Commander in Chief of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

May It Please Your Excellency: 

I have the honour to lay before Your Excellency the. Report of the Depart- 
ment of Public Works of Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your Excellency's most obedient servant, 

J. C. ELLIOTT, 

Minister of Public Works. 
Ottawa, November 9, 1926. 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Reports of: — ' 

Deputy Minister 1 

Chief Architect 10 

Chief Engineer 25 

General Superintendent of Telegraphs 100 

Chief Accountant 113 

Solicitor 168 

Nationai/ Gallery 188 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO REPORT 



Names of Places, etc. 
A 



Page 



Accountant's Report 113 

Accounts Branch — Outside service . . . 165 

Acton, Ont., public building 126 

Acton Vale, P.Q., public building 117 

Agassiz, B.C., experimental farm 140 

Alberta, telegraphs 108, 165 

Alberton, P£.I., wharf 149 

Alert Bay, B.C., float 76,160 

Alexandria, Ont., public building 126 

Alice Arm. B.C., float 76,160 

Almonte, Ont., public building 126 

Amherst, N.S., public buildings 113 

Amherstburg, Ont., public building... 126 

A-mherst Harbour, P.Q 58,152 

Amherst Point, N.S., wharf 34, 145 

Amiro's Hill, N.S., wharf 34,145 

Amos. P.Q., wharf 58,152 

Anderson's Cove, N.S 77,145 

Angus, Camp Borden, Ont 126 

Annapolis, N.S., public building 113 

Annapolis Royal, N.S., wharf 34,145 

Annieville Bar, B.C. (seeFraser River) 

Anse a Beaufils, P.Q 49, 82, 152 

Anse a Fougere, P.Q 77, 152 

Anse a Gilles. P.Q., wharf 43,152 

Anse a la Barbe, P.Q., breakwater 

(see Gascons West) 47,152 

Anse a I'llot, P.Q. (see Chandler) 

Anse a Louise, P.Q 77, 152 

Anse k L'Ours (Gascons), P.Q., wharf. 58,152 

Anse aux Gascons, P.Q., wharf 162 

Anse aux Griffons, P.Q., wharf 77,152 

Anse a Valleau, P.Q., breakwater 58,152 

Anse des Whalen, P.Q. (see Cap des 

Rosiers) 45,152 

Anse St. Jean, P.Q., wharf 43,152 

Anse Tadoussac, P.Q. (see Tadoussac) 

Anticosti, P.Q., telegraphs 107,165 

Antigonish, N.S., harbour channel 145 

Antigonish, N.S., public building 11,113 

Arcadia, N.S., wharf 34,145 

Argenta, B.C., wharf 76, 16C 

Arichat, N.S.. public building 34,113 

Arichat, N.S., wharf 145 

Arisaig, N.S., wharf 145 

Armstrong (Beauce Co.), P.Q., immi- 
gration office 117 

Arnprior, Ont., public building 126 

Amprior, Ont., wharf 157 

Arrow I.akes, B.C 160 

Arrow Park, B.C., wharf 76,160 

Art Gallery 8, 125, 188 

Arthabaska, P.Q., post office 117 

Asbestos, P.Q., post office 117 

Ashcroft, B.C., public building 22,140 

Aehcroft-Dawson, telegraphs 165 

Aspy Baj', N.S. (see Dingwall) 



Names of Places, etc. Page 
A 

Athabaska Landing, Alta., public 

buildings 137 

Athens, Ont., public building 126 

Atikokan River, Ont. (see River 

Atikokan) 77,159 

.\tlin, B.C., post office 140 

AulLsville, Ont., wharf 157 

.\urora, Ont., public building 126 

Avonport. N.S., w*harf 26,145 

Ayer's Cliff, P.Q., wharf 58, 152 

Aylmer, Ont., public building 126 

Avlmer, P.Q.. post office 117 

Aylmer, P.Q., wharf 58,152 

B 

Back Bay. N.B., wharf 43,150 

Baddeck, N.S., public building 11/113 

Baddeck, N.S., wharf 34,145 

Bagotville, P.Q., wharf 43,152 

Baie des Sables, P.Q., wharf (see 

Sandv Bav) 44,157 

Baie St. Paul, P.Q 44,152 

Bailev's Brook, N.S., piers 25,145 

Balfour, B.C., wharf 76, 160 

Bamfield, B.C., public building 140 

Bamfield East, B.C., wharf 160 

Bamfield West, B.C., float 76,160 

Banff, Alta., military buildings 137 

Barachois de Malbaie, P.Q., break- 
water-wharf 58, 152 

Barker's, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Barnston Island, B.C., wharf 76,160 

Barraute, P.Q. (see Riviere Laflamme) 

Barrie, Ont., public building 17,126 

Barrie, Ont., wharf 67, 157 

Barrington Cove (Sydney Mines), 

N.S., wharf 34, 145 

Barrington Passage (Shelbume Co.), 

N.S., wharf 34, 145 

Bassano. Alta., public building 20,137 

Bass River, N.S., wharf 25, 145 

Bathurst, N.B., public buildings 13, 115 

Bathurst, N.B., wharf 43,160 

Batiscan, P.Q., jetty 44,152 

Battleford, Sask.. public building 20,135 

Bay du Vin, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Bayfield, N.S., breakwater 145 

Bayfield, Ont., pier 67,157 

Bay of Fundy, telegraphs 106, 165 

Bayport, N.S., wharf 25,145 

Bay St. Lawrence, N.S., breakwater. . 25, 145 

Bavswater, N.B., ferry landing 151 

Bay view, P.E.I., wharf 37,149 

Bear Cove, N.S., breakwater 34, 145 

Beaton, B.C.. wharf 76,160 

Beauhamoig, P.Q., post office 117 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Names of Places, etc. 
B 



Page 



Beaumaris, Ont., wharf 67, 

Beauport, P.Q., wharf OS, 

Beaver Harbour, N.B., wharf 37, 14, 

Beaver Harbour, N.S., wharf 34, 

Beaverlodge, Alta., experimental sta- 
tion 

Beaver Point, B.C., wharf 76, 

Beaverton, Ont., wharf 67, 

Bedford, P.Q., post office 

Beebe Junction, P.Q., immigration 

building 

Bellerive, P.Q. (Hurteau whaxf) .... 58, 

Belle River, Ont 67, 77, 

Belleville, Ont., public buildings 17 

Belleville, Ont., wharf 67, 

Belliveau's Cove, N.S., breakwater. . . 34, 

Belliveau, N.B., wharf 43, 

Bells' Channel, N.S. (see La Have) . . 77, 

Belceil, P.Q 

Beloeil Station, P.Q., wharf 44, 

Bela?il Village, P.Q., wharf 

Belyea's Cove, N.B. (see Webster's) . . 

Bentinck Island, B.C., lazaretto 20, 

Bergimis, P.Q 77, 

Berthier (en bas) P.Q 58, 

Berthierville (Berthier), P.Q 44,77,78, 

Berthierville, P.Q., post office 

Bic, P.Q 44,78, 

Big Bay Point, Ont., wharf 67, 

Biggar, Sask., armoury 

Big George Island, Man 

Black Island, Man 

Black Point, N.S 25, 

Black's Harbour, N.B., wharf 37, 

Blairmore, Alta 69, 

Blandford, N.S 

Blind River, Ont 59, 78, 

Blooming Point, P.E.I. , wharf 

Blue Rocks, N.S 78, 

Blubber Bay, Texada Island, B.C., 

wharf 70, 

Boischatel, P.Q., wharf 

Boisvenu & Plouffe's Landings (Rivie- 
re du Lievre) , P.Q 

Bonaventure, P.Q 45, 

Boswell, B.C., wharf 76, 

Bowen Island, B.C., float 76, 

Bowmanville, Ont 

Bowmanville, Ont., public buildings. . 

Bracebridge, Ont., breakwater 

Bracebridge, Ont., public building. . . 

Brae Harbour, P.E.I., breakwater 35, 

Brampton, Ont., public buildings 24, 

Brandon, Man., experimental farm... 

Brandon, Man., public buildings 19,24, 

Brantford, Ont., public buildings 17, 

Bridgeburg, Ont., public building 15, 

Bridges and Roads 164, 

Bridgetown, N.B. (see Newcastle) . . 84, 
Bridgetown, N.S., public building (site) 
Bridgewater, N.S., public building.. 11, 
Brighton, Ont., public buildings.... 
Brighton Beach, BjC, float 76, 



57 
52 
50 
45 

38 
60 

57 
17 

17 
52 
57 
26 
57 
145 
50 
46 
52 
52 



Names of Places, etc. Page 

B 

British Columbia, telegraphs 108,165 

Broad Cove Marsh, N.S., wharf 34, 145 

Brockville, Ont., post office 126 

Bromptonville, P.Q., post office 117 

Bronte, Ont., wharf 59, 157 

Brownsburg, P.Q., post office 117 

Brown's Flats, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Brown's Island, P.Q., wharf 45, 152 

Bruce Mines, Ont., wharf 67, 157 

Brudenell, P.E.I., wharf 37,149 

Brussels, Ont., post office 17, 126 

Bryant's Landing, P.Q., wharf 58, 152 

Buckingham, P.Q., public building.. 15,117 

Buctouche, N.B 150 

Buildings under lease 181 

Burdwood Bay, B.C., float 76,160 

Burford, Ont., post office 126 

Burk's Head, N.S., wharf 34,147 

Burleigh Falls, Ont 157,167 

Burlington, Ont., breakwater 157 

Burlington, Ont., military hospital.. 126 

Burlington Centre, N.S., wharf 25,145 

Burlington Channel, Ont ^ 59j^l57 

Burlington Lower, N.S., wharf (see 

Lower Burlington) 26, 146 

Burn's, N.B., wharf 38, 150 

Burnt Church, N.B., wharf 38,150 

Burrard Inlet, B.C., bridge 164 

Burton, BC, wharf 76,160 

Burton, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Burton Court House, N.B., wharf 43, 150 

Byng Inlet, Ont 78,158 

C 

Cabano, P.Q., wharf 58,152 

Cable Ship Tyrian 110,165 

Cacouna, P.Q., wharf 45, 152 

Cacouna East, P.Q., wharf 58, 152 

Caledonia, Ont., armoury 126 

Calgary, Alta., military building 138 

Calgary, Alta., public buildings 20,138 

Calum'etHBryson, P.Q., bridge 58,164 

Cambridge, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Campbellford, Ont., armoury 126 

Campbell River, B.C., float and wharf. 70, 160 

Campbellton, N.B 38,78,150 

Campbellton, N.B., public buildings.. 115 

Camp Borden (see Angus) 

Campobello Island, N.B., public build- 
ing 115 

Canada Creek, N.S., breakwater 26,145 

Canning, public building (site) 113 

Canoe Pass, B.C 70,160 

Canora, Sask., public buildings 135 

Canso, N.S., public building. 113 

Cap a la Baleine, P.Q 78,152 

Cap a I'Aigle, P.Q., wharf 58, 152 

Cap aux Os, P.Q 78, 152 

Cap Chat, P.Q 58,152 

Cap de la Madeleine, P.Q., post office. 117 

Cap de la Madeleine, P.Q., wharf 45,152 

Cap des Rosiers, P.Q 45,78,79,152 

Cap Rouge, P.Q., experimental farm. . 117 



INDEX 



Vll 



Names of Places, etc. 
C 



Page 



Names of Places, etc. 
C 



Page 



Cap St. Ignace, P.Q., wharf 45, 152 

Cape Bald, N.B 38, 78, 150 

Cape Breton, N.S., telegraphs 106,165 

Cape Cove, P.Q 58,79,152 

Cape Croker, Ont., wharf 67, 158 

Cape Ray, telegraphs 165 

Cape Tormentine, N.B 150 

Caraquet, N.B., wharves 43, 150 

Carberry, Man., public building 133 

Cardinal, Ont., post office 126 

Caribou Island, NjS., breakwater 34,145 

Carieton, P.Q 58, 152 

Carleton Place, Ont., public building. 127 

Carman, Man., public buildings 19,133 

Carr's Brook, NjS., breakwater 34,145 

Carys Passage (Richmond Co.), NjS. 79,145 

Caughnawaga, P.Q 45, 152 

Cayuga, Ont., post office 17, 127 

Cedar Crook, B.C., wharf 160 

Celista, BjC, wharf 70,160 

Centre Burlington, N.S. (see Burling- 
ton Centre) 25,145 

"Champlain" Dry Dock 97,154,167 

Champlain, P.Q., wharf 58, 152 

Chandler, P.Q., wharf 152 

Chapel Cove, N.S., beach protection. 26, 145 

Chapleau, Ont., post office 127 

Charlemagne, P.Q 152 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 149 

Charlottetown, P.E.I., experimental 

farm 115 

Charlottetown, P.E.I., public buildmgs U, 115 

Chase, B.C / 79 

Chase's Point, N.B. (see Gunter's) .... 

Chateau Richer, P.Q 45,79,152 

Chatham, N.B 43, 79, 150 

Chatham, N.B., public building. ^^'^ 

Chatham, N.B., quarantine station... 116 

Chatham-Escuminac, telegraphs 106,165 

Chatham, Ont 59,158 

Chatham, Ont., public buildings 17,127 

Chauvin, Alta., military building 138 

Chebogue Harbour, N.S., breakwater. 26, 145 

Chegoggin, N.S 79, 145 

Chenal Ecarte, Ont 79 

Chesley, Ont., public building 18, 127 

Chester, N.S., wharf 145 

Chester Canal, N.S 34, 79, 145 

Cheticamp, NjS. (see Eastern Har- 
bour) 

Cheticamp Point, N.S., wharf 26, 145 

Cheverie, N^., wharf 26, 145 

Chezzetcook East, N.S. (see Graflf 

Beach) 79,146 

Chicoutimi, P.Q., public building 15,117 

Chicoutimi, P.Q., wharf 58,152 

Chicoutimi Basin, P.Q., wharf 45, 152 

Chief Accountant, report 113 

Chief Architect, report 10 

Chief Engineer, report 25 

Chilliwack, B.C. (see Eraser River) . . 76, 161 

Chilliwack, B.C., public building.... 22,140 

Chimney Corner, N.S., wharf 145 

China Point, P.E.I., wharf 35,149 



Chipman, N.B., public building 11,116 

Chipman, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Chipman's Brook, N.S., breakwater- 
wharf 34,145 

Chocolate Cove, NJB., wharf 43,150 

Choisy (Graham's), P.Q., wharf.... 68,153 

Church Point, N.S., breakwater 34,145 

Chute a Blondeau, Ont., wharf 60,158 

Civil Government 165 

Claresholm, Alta., military building.. 138 

Clark's Harbour, N.S., post office... 113 

Clayoquot, B.C., wharf 70,160 

Clinton, Ont., public buildings 18, 127 

Cloverdale, B.(Z)., immigration build- 
ing 140 

Coal tenders, advertising 144 

Coaticook, P.Q., public building 118 

Cobalt, Ont., post office 127 

Cobourg, Ont 60, 79, 158 

Cobourg, Ont., public building 127 

Cocagne, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Cocagne Cape, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Cockburn Island, Ont., wharf 67,158 

Colborne, Ont., armoury 127 

Cole's Point, N.B., wharf 38,150 

Collection of Public Works Revenue 165 

Collingwood, Ont 60,79,158 

Collingwood, Ont., public buildings. 127 

Columbia River, B.C 71,160 

Comeau's Hill, N.S., wharf 34,145 

Como, P.Q 153 

Comox, B.C., public building 140 

Comox, B.C.. wharf 71,160 

Compton, P.Q., post office 118 

Contracts let 168 

Contrecoeur, P.Q., wharf 46, 153 

Cookshire, P.Q., public building 118 

Corkum's Island, N.S 145 

Cornwall, Ont., public buildings 127 

Cortereal (St. Majorique), P.Q., 

bridge 46, 164 

Coteau Landing, P.Q., wharf 58,153 

Courtenay, B.C., public building 20,140 

Courtenay Bav (St. John), N.B.... 88.151 

Courtenay River, B.C 79, 80, 161 

Coutts, Alta., immigration building. 20,138 

Cowan Lake and River, Sask 69,160 

Cow Bay (Port Morien), N.S., break- 
water 26,145 

Cowichan Lake, B.C 80,161 

Cracroft, B.C.. float 76,161 

Cranbrook. B.C., public buildings.. 22,140 

Craven Dam, Sask 160 

Crawford Bay, B.C., float 71,161 

Cregnish, N.S., wharf 34, 145 

Crescent Bay (West Kootenay), B.C. 76,161 
Cris Cove (Annapolis Co.), N.S., 

breakwater 145 

Crofton, B.C., wharf 76,161 

Croft's Cove. N.S., wharf 34,145 

Cross Point, P.Q 46, 80, 1.53 

Cumberland, B.C., public building.. 22,140 

Cumberland, Ont., wharf 60, 158 

Cumberland Lake, Sask 160 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Names of Places, etc. 
D 



Page 



D'Aiguillon, P.Q., pier (see Seal 

Rock) 46,157 

Daisy Bay, B.C., float 76,161 

Dalhousie, N.B., post office 116 

Dalhousie, N.B., wharves 39,150 

Danville, P.Q., post office 13,118 

Dartmouth, N.S., pier Uo 

Dartmouth, N.S., public buildings.. 113 

Dauphin, Man., public buildiags 19,133 

Dauphin Beach, Man., wharf 68,159 

Deer Park, B.C., wharf 71,161 

iDelap's Cove, N.S., wharf 34,145 

Delta, Man 68,159 

Denman Island, B.C., landing elip.. 71,161 

Deputy Minister's report 1 

Descente des Femmes, P.Q., wharf.. 50,153 
Deschaillons (St. Jean), P.Q., wharf. 

58, 88, 153 

D'Escousse, N.S., wharf 34,145 

Deseronto, Ont., public building 127 

Deseronto, Ont., wharf 60, 158 

Des Islets, P,Q 80,154 

Desjardins, P.Q., wharf 46,153 

Des Joachims, P.Q., bridge 58,164 

De Winton, Alta., armoury 138 

Digby, N.S., public buildings 113 

Digby, N.S., wharf 26,145 

Digby Island, B.C., quarantine station 22,140 
Dingwall (Aspy Bay), N.S., break- 
water 145 

Dipper Harbour, N.B., breakwater... 39,150 

D'Israeli, P.Q., public building 118 

Donlev's Landing, B.C. (see Pender 

Harbour) 76,162 

Dorchester, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Doucet's Landing, P.Q 80,153 

Douglas, B.C., immigration building. 140 

Douglas Harbour, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Douglastown, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Dredse vessels 91, 164, 166, 167 

Dredging 3, 77 

Dresden, Ont., post office 17,127 

Drummondville, P.Q., public building 15, 118 

Drv'den. Ont., armoury 127 

Dry docks 97, 167 

Duck Lake, Sask., immigration 

building 135 

Duncan, B.C., public building 21.140 

Dundas, Ont., post office 17,127 

Dundee, P.Q., custom house 118 

Dunnville, Ont., armoury 127 

Durham, Ont., public building (site). 127 

Dutton, Ont., post office 127 

E 

Eagle Head, N.S., breakwater 34, 146 

Earle's Landing, N.B., wharf 43150 

East Angus, P.Q., public building 118 

East Arrow Park, B.C., wharf 76,161 

East Berlin, N.S., breakwater 27,145 

East Green Harbour, N5., wharf 34,145 

Eastern Harbour, N.S., wharf 34,145 



Names of Places, etc. Page 
£ 

Ea.stern Points, N.S 14!> 

East River, N.S 80,145 

East Robson, B.C., wharf 76,161 

Bast Ship Harbour, N.S., wharf 145 

East Templeton, P.Q., wharf 58,153 

Echourie, P.Q 153 

Ecum Secum (Antigonish-^Guysbor- 

ough), N.S., wharf 27,146 

Ecum Secum, N.S. (Halifax Co.), 

wharf 146 

Edgewood, B.C., float and wharf 76,161 

Edmonton, Alta., public buildings 20,138 

Edmonton South, Alta., public 

buildings 20, 139 

Edmaindston, N.B., bridge 164 

Edmimdston, NJ3., public buildings.. 11,116 

Edson, Alta., immigration building.. 139 

Bganville. Ont., public building 127 

Elbow, River, Alta 69,160 

Elmira, Ont., public building 17, 127 

Elora, Ont., post office 127 

Emerson. Man., public buildings 19,134 

Entrance (West Edmonton), Alta., 

forestry office 139 

Escuminac, N.B., breakwater 150 

Escuminac, N.B., telegraphs 165 

Esquimau, B.C., graving docks. .80, 97, 

98, 161,167 

Esquimalt, B.C., military buildings.. 23,140 

Essex, Ont., post office 15, 127 

Estevan, Sask., public buildings 20,135 

Etang des Caps, P.Q 80,153 

Evandale. N.B.., wharf 43,150 

Swing's Landing, B.C 76, 161 

Exeter, Ont., post office (site) 127 

Expenditures 1, 166 



Fairhaven, N3., wharf 43,150 

Fairville, N.B., post office 13,116 

False Creek, B.C 80,161 

False Bay (Lasqueti Island), B.C., 

wharf .". 71,161 

Farmer's Landing, B.C. (see Nanaimo) 

Farnham, P.Q., experimental farm... 118 

Farnham. P.Q., public building 118 

Fassett, P.Q., wharf 46,153 

Father Point, P.Q., quarantine station. 118 

Father Point, P.Q., wharf 46, 153 

Fauquier. B.C., wharf 76, 161 

Fauvel, P.Q., wharf 58, 153 

Feltzen South, N.S 27,146 

Fergus, Ont., public building 127 

Fernie, B.C., public building 140 

Ferries 4, 99, 167 

Finlay Point, N.S., wharf 27, 146 

Fisherman's Bay, B.C 76,161 

Fisherman's Harbour, N.S.. wharf.... 27,146 

Five Islands, N.S., wharf. 34,146 

Flags for public buildings 144 

Fort Chinewyan, Alta., breakwater... 160 

Fort Coulonge, P.Q., wharf 153 



INDEX 



IX 



Names of Places, etc. 
F 

Fort Frances, Ont., district engineer's 
office 

Fort McMurray, Alta., wharf 

Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask., military 
building 

Fort Resolution, N.W.T., wharf 

Fort William, Ont., public buildings. . 

Fourchu, N.S 

Fox, N.B., wharf 

Fox River, P.Q. (see Riviere aux 
Renards) 

Fraser Lake, B.C., wharf 

Fraser River, B.C 71 

Fraser's Landing, B.C., wharf 

Fraserville, P.Q. (see Riviere du Loup) 

Fredericton, N.B., experimental farm. 

Fredericton, N.B., public buildings.. 

Freeport, N.S., wharf 

French River, P.E.I. , wharf 

French River, Ont., dams 

Friar's Head, N.S., boat haven 

Fruid's Point, N.S., wharf 

Fuel-Saving Devices 

Fulford Harbour, B.C., wharf 



Gabarous, N.S 

Galena Bay, B.C., float 

Gait, Ont., public building 

Gananoque, Ont 

Gananoque, Ont., public buildings 

Ganges Harbour, B.C., wharf 

Gascons (Anse a I'Ours), P.Q., wharf. 
Gascons West. P.Q., breakwater (see 

Anse a la Barbe) 

GEispe, P.Q., post office 

Gasp6 Basin (Sandy Beaoh), P.Q., 

wharf 

Gaspereau River, N.B. (see Port Elgin) 

Gatineau Point, P.Q., wharf 

Gatineau River, P.Q 

Gautreau Village, N.B., wharf 

General Superintendent of Telegraphs, 

report 

Georgetown, P.E.L, public building.. 

Georgetown, P.E.L, wharf 

Georgeville, N.S., boat haven 

Georgeville, P.Q., wharf 

Gerow's, NJB., wharf 

Gibson's Landing, B.C., wharf 

Gimli, Man., harbour 

Gimli, Man., post office 

Ginols, B.C., wharf 

Glace Bay, N.S., post office 

Gleichen, Alta., armoury 

Glencoe, Ont., post office 

Glen Valley, B.C. (see Fraser River). 

Goderich, Ont., public buildings 

Goderich Harbour, Ont 60, 

Gordon Road, B.C., wharf 

Gower Point, B.C., float 

Grace Harbour, B.C., float 



70, 
17, 
27, 
43, 

58, 

,80, 
76, 



13. 
27, 
37, 
67, 
34, 



76, 



Page Names of Places, etc. Page 

G 

Graff Beach, N.S 79,140 

127 Graham's, P.Q. (see Choisy). 

160 Granby, P.Q., public buildings 118 

Grande Anse, P.Q 153 

136 Grande Baie, P.Q. (see St. Alexia) ... 47, 155 

160 Grand Bend, Ont.. pier 61, 158 

127 Grand Chlorydorme, P.Q 81, 153 

146 Grande Entree, P.Q 47, 153 

150 Grand Etang, N.S 27, 146 

Grand Etang, N.S., bridge 34,164 

155 Grand Etang, P.Q. (.see St. Helier) . . 81, 156 

161 Grand Falls, N.B., post office 13, 116 

161 Grand Forks, B.C., public building. . 22, 140 

161 Grande Greve, P.Q SI, 153 

Grand Harbour, N.B., wharf 43, 150 

116 Grandigue, N.B., wharf 43, 150 

116 Grand'Mere, P.Q., post off.c^ 118 

146 Grand Mechin, P.Q 5S, 153 

149 Grand Mira South, N.S., wharf 34, 146 

158 Grand Narrows, N.S., wharf 34,146 

146 Grandes Piles, P.Q 153 

146 Grande Prairie, Alta., public buildings 20, 139 

18 Grande Riviere, P.Q., wharf 47,153 

161 Grande Vallee, P.Q 81, 153 

Granite Bay, B.C., float 76,161 

Grantham's Landing. B.C., wharf. ... 76, 161 

Granville Centre, N.S., wharf 34,146 

Gratuities paid 165 

Gravelbourg, Sask., public building. . . 136 

Gravenhurst, Ont., public building. . . 15, 127 

Gray Creek, B.C., wharf 76,161 

Great Village, N.S., wharf 27,146 

Green Point, N.B., pier 150 

Greenwood, B.C., public building 140 

Greta, B.C., wharf 72,161 

Grimsby, Ont., public buildings 17, 127 

Grindstone, P.Q., wharf 47,153 

Grondines, P.Q., wharf 48,153 

Grosee Isle, P.Q. (Magdalen Islands). 48,153 

Grosse Isle, P.Q-, quarantine station. 118 
47, 153 Grosse Isle, P.Q., quarantine station 

47, 153 wharf 153 

43, 150 Grosse Isle, P.Q., telegraphs 165 

Guelph, Ont., public building 127 

100 Gulliver's Cove, N.S., wharf 27, 146 

115 Gunter's (Chase's Point), N.B., wharf 150 

37. 149 Guysborough, N.S., post office 113 

34,' 146 

58, 153 H 

43. 150 

72, 161 Haggerty's, P.E.I., wharf 37, 149 

68, 159 Haileyburj', Ont 158 

134 Haileybur\% Ont., community hall 127 

101 Half Inland Cove, N.S., wharf 146 

113 Half Moon Bay, B.C., wharf 76, 161 

139 Halifax, N.S., pubhc buildings 10,23, 113 

127 Hall's Harbour, N.S 34, 116 

76, 161 Hamilton, Ont 67, 158 

18, 127 Hamilton, Ont., public buildings 15, 127 

81, 158 Hamilton Cove, P.Q 58, 81, 153 

76, 161 Hampstead, .N.B., wharf 43, 150 

72, 161 Hampton, N.B., public building 13,116 

76, 161 Haney, B.C., wharf 72, 161 



146 
161 
127 
158 
127 
161 
152 

152 
118 



47, 153 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Names of Places, etc. Page 
H 

Hanover, Ont., public building 18, 128 

Hantsport, N.S., wharf 28,146 

Harbour and River works 2, 25, 164, 166 

Harbour au Bouche, N.S., wharf 34,146 

Harbourville, N.S., breakwater 28, 146 

Hardisty, Alta., military building. . . 139 

Harricana River, P.Q 153 

Harrison River, B.C 76,161 

Harriston, Ont., public buildings 18,128 

Harrow, Ont., experimental farm 128 

Hartland, N.B., public building 13,116 

Hatzic, B.C., wharf (see Fraser River) 76, 161 

Havre Aubert, P.Q. (Point Shea) wharf 48, 153 
Havre St. Pierre, P.Q. (see Pointe aux 

Esquimalt) 48, 155 

Hawkesbury, Ont., post office 128 

Heating, lighting, etc 113 

Hemmingford, P.Q., public buildings. . 118 

Heriot Bay, B.C., wharf 76,161 

Hespeler, Ont., post office (site) 128 

High Falls, P.Q., wharf 48, 153 

Higgin's Shore, P.P].I., wharf 35,149 

Hillsborough, N.B., public building. . 13, 116 

Hilton Beach, Ont., wharf 67,158 

Hollybum, B.C 81,161 

Honey Harbour, Ont 61, SI, 158 

Honfleur, P.Q., wharf 48,153 

Hope Bay, B.C., wharf 72,161 

Hopetown, P.Q 58,153 

Hopkins Landing, B.C., wharf 76, 161 

Hornby Island, B.C., wharf 76, 161 

Horton Landing, N.S., wharf 28,146 

Hospital Bay, P.Q I.=i3 

House Harbour, P.Q., wharf 48,153 

Hudson, P.Q., wharf 58,153 

Hull, P.Q., public buildings 118 

Hull, P.Q., Wharf 4&, 153 

Humboldt, Sask., public building 20, 136 

Humphrey's, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Huntingdon, B.C., immigration build- 
ing 140 

Huntingdon, P.Q., public building 118 

Hunt's Point, N.S 28,82,146 

Huntsville, Ont 67,158 

Huntsville, Ont., public buildings 128 

Hurst Island, B.C., float 76,161 

I 

Iberville, P.Q., public building 118 

Iberville, P.Q., wharf 49,153 

He aux Coudres, P.Q., wharf 58, 153 

He aux Raisins, P.Q., (see Yamaska) . . 82, 157 

He Perrot P.Q., wharves 49,5S153 

He Verte, P.Q 49, 58, 154 

Indian Harbour, NjS., wharf 28,146 

Indian Head, Sask., experimental farm 136 
Indian Head, Sask., forest nursery 

station 20, 136 

Ingersoll, Ont., public building 128 

Inglewood, Ont., armoury 128 

Inkerman, N.B., wharf 43, 150 

Inspection boats 165 

Invermere, B.C., experimental farm.. 140 

Inverness, N.S., harbour 34, 82, 146 



Names of Places, etc. Page 
I 

Inverness, N.S., public building 11,114 

lona, N.S., wharf 34, 146 

Irish Cove, N.S., wharf 34, 146 

Irvine's Landing, B.C. (see Pender 

Harbour) 76, 162 

Isaac's Harbour, NjS., wharf 34,146 

Isle Verte and south shore of River St. 

Lawrence — cable 165 

J 

Jackson Bay, B.C., float 76, 161 

lackson's Point, Ont., wharf 76,158 

Jeannette's Creek, Ont., wharf 67,82,158 

Jersey Cove, N.S., wharf 28, 146 

Jersey Cove, P.Q 82, 154 

leune Landing, B;C., wharf 162 

Joggins, N.S 28, 82, 146 

lohnson's Harbour, N.S., wharf 34,146 

foliette, P.Q., public building 118 

Tones Harbour, N.S., breakwater 34, 146 

lonquieres, P.Q., post office 15, 118 

Judique (Baxter's), NjS., wharf 14fi 

ludique (McKay's Point), NjS., wharf. 35, 146 

K 

Kaleden, B.C., wharf 72,162 

Kamloops, BjC., public buildings 21,140 

Xamouraska, P.Q., wharves 49,154 

Kapuskasing, Ont., experimental farm. 128 

Keewatin, Ont., armoury 128 

Keewatin, Ont., wharf 67, 158 

Kelowna, B.C., armoury 140 

ICelly's Cove, NjS., wharf 34, 146 

Kemptville, Ont., public building 128 

Kennebecasis River, N.B. (see River 

Kennebecasis) 43, 151 

Kenogami, P.Q., public building 118 

Kenora, Ont. (see Laurenson Lake) . . 61, 158 

Kenora, Ont., public buildings 128 

Kensington Point, Ont., wharf 67,158 

Kentville, N.S., experimental farm.. 114 

Kentville, N.S., public building 114 

Keppoch, P.E.I. , quarantine station.. 115 

Kerrobert, Sask., armoury 136 

Kier's Shore, P.E.I., wharf 35,149 

Ivildonan, B.C., float 72,162 

K^illarney, Man., military building.. 134 

Killinev, B.C., wharf 76,162 

r<^incardine, Ont 61, 82, 158 

Ivincardine, Ont., post office 18,128 

Kindersley , Sask., armoury 136 

Jungsgate, B.C., immigration building 141 

Kingston, Ont. 61, 158, 167 

K^ingston, Ont., military buildings 16,129 

Kingston, Ont., public buildings 16, 128 

Kingsville, Ont 61, 158 

Kingsville, Ont., public building (site) 129 

Ivinojevis River, P.Q 82,155 

Kitchener (Berlin), Ont., public build- 
ings 16,129 

Knowlton, P.Q., public building 118 

Kootenay Landing, B.C 162 

Kraut Point, NjS., wharf 28.146 

Kuskanook, B.C., wharf 76. 162 



INDEX 



XI 



Names of Places, etc. 

L 

Lachine, P.Q., public building 

Lachine, P.Q., wharves 

Lachute, P.Q., public buildings 

Lac la Biche, Alta 

Lac Megantic, P.Q., public building 

(see Megantic) 

Lac Megantic, P.Q., wharf 

Lacombe, Alta., experimental farm . . 
La Descente des Femmes, P.Q., wharf. 

Ladner, B.C 

Ladysmith, B.C., post office 

La Ferme, P.Q., experimental farm.. 
Laflamme River, P.Q. (see Riviere 

Laflamme) 

La Have, N.S 28 

Lake Erie, Ont., warehouse (see 

Leamington) 

Lakefield, Ont.. post office 

La Malbaie. P.Q., public building 

Lameque, N.B., wharf 

Lands leased 

Lang Bay, B.C., wharf 

Lanoraie, P.Q., wharf 

Lansdowne, Ont., wharf 

L'Anse au Beaufils, P.Q 49 

L'Anse a Valleau, P.Q., breakwater.. 

La Passe, Ont., wharf 

Laprairie, P.Q., public building 

L^Archeveque. N.S 

L'Ardoise, N.S., breakwater 

Larry's River, N.S., breakwater 

L'Assomption, P.Q., public building.. 

Latchford Dam (Montreal River) 

La Tuque, P.Q., wharf 

Laurenson Lake, Ont. (see Kenora) . . 

Lauzon, P.Q., dry docks 

Lavaltrie, P.Q., wharf 

Lawlor's Island, N.S., Quarantine 

station 

Leamington, Ont., pier 

Leamington, Ont., public buildings.. 

Leases 

Lefaivre. Ont., wharf 

Lennox Island, P.E.I. , wharf 

Lennoxville, P.Q., experimental farm. . 

Le Pas, Man., public buildings 

Les Eboulements, P.Q., wharf 

Lethbridge, Alta., experimental farm 
Lethbridge, Alta., public buildings. . 

Levi.s, P.Q 58, 

Levis, P.Q., dry docks 

Levis, P.Q., public building 

Limoilou, P.Q-. public building 

Lindsay, Ont., public building 

Lion's Head, Ont., wharf 

Listowel, Ont., public building 

Litchfield, N.S., wharf 

Little Anse, N.S., breakwater 

Little Brook, N.S., wharf 

Little Current, Ont., wharf 

Little Harbour (Pictou Co.), N.S., 

wharf 



Page 



118 
49,154 

118 
70,160 

15,118 
58, 154 
139 
50,153 
162 
141 
119 

82,155 
77,146 



18, 129 

119 

43,150 

181 

76, 162 

58,154 

67, 158 

82, 152 

58,152 

67,158 

119 

146 

29,146 

29, 146 

119 

158 

50,154 

61,158 

154 

154 

10,113 

67.158 

16,129 

5,181 

67, 158 

37, 149 

119 

134 

50,154 

139 

20,139 

82. 154 

97, 154 

15, 119 

119 

129 

67, 158 

18, 129 

34, 146 

29, 146 

34, 146 

67, 158 



Names of Places, etc. 
L 



Page 



Little Judique Ponds, N.S., wharf.. 29,146 

Little Narrows (North), N.S., wharf 34,146 
Little Narrows (South), N.S., wharf 

warehouse 34, 146 

Little Pembina River, Man., bridge. 69,164 

Liverpool, N.S., channel 146 

Liverpool, N.S., public building 10,114 

Livingstone Cove, N.S., wharf 34,146 

Lloydminster, Sask., public buildings 136 

Loggieville, N.B., wharf 43,150 

London, Eng., High Commissioner's 

Office 144 

London, Ont., military hospital 22,129 

London, Ont., public buildings 16,129 

Long Bay, B.C., float 76,162 

Long Beach, B.C., wharf 76,162 

Long Point, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Longue Pointe, P.Q. {see Ste. Feli- 

cite) 

Longueuil, P.Q., post office 119 

Loretteville. P.Q., public buildings.. 13,119 

L'Orignal, Ont 62, 67, 158 

L'Orignal, Ont., post office 129 

Lome Dry Dock, P.Q 97, 154, 167 

Lotbiniere, P.Q., wharf 50,154 

Louis Head, N.S., beach protection.. 34,146 
Louisville, P.Q. (see Riviere du Loup, 

en haut) , 58, 155 

Louiseville, P.Q., post office 119 

Lower Burlington, N.S., wharf 26,146 

Caraquet, N.B., wharf 43,150 

Kinsburg, N.S., 



Lower 
Lower 
Lower 
(see 
Lower 
Lower 
Lower 



Lucan. Ont., 
Lulu Island. 
Tumbv, B.C 
Lund, B.C., 



breakwater. . 29, 146 
L'Ardoise, N.S., breakwater 

L'Ardoise) 29, 146 

Newcastle, N.B., wharf 39,150 

Prospect, N.S., wharf 34,147 

Rose Bay, N.S 82,147 

Lower St. Louis, N.B. (see River St. 

Louis) 83,151 

Lower Sandy Point, N.S., breakwater 29, 147 

Lower West Pubnico, N.S 147 

military building 129 

B.C., wharf 162 

military building 141 

wharf 72,162 

Lunenburg, N.S 83,147 

Lunenburg. N.S.. public building 10,114 

Lyall Harbour, B.C 76,162 

Mc 

McAllister's, N.B., wharf 43,150 

McAlpine's, N.B.. wharf 39,150 

McDonald's Landing. B.C.,- wharf.. 76,162 

McDonald's Point, N.B., wharf.... 39,150 

McGowan's. N.B., wharf 150 

McKay's Point, N.S., wharf (see 

.Judique) 35,146 

McLean's Gully, N.B. (see Miramichi 

Bay) 83,150 

34, 146|McNair's Cove, N.S 83,147 



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Names of Places, etc. Page 

M 

Mabou Bridge, N.S., wharf 

Macleod, Alta., public buildings 

Madeleine, P.Q. (see Petite Made- 
leine) 

Magdalen Islands, P.Q 

Magdalen Islands, P.Q., telegraphs. 

Magnetewan, Ont., wharf 

Magog, P.Q., public building 

Magog, P.Q., wharf 

Mahone Bay, N.S 

Main-a-Dieu, N.S., wharf 

Malagash, N.S 

Mai Bay, P.Q., wharf 

Manitoulin, Cockburn Islands, Ont., 

telegraphs _• • • • 

Maniwaki, P.Q., public building.... 

Manson's Landing, B.C., wharf 

Maple Creek, Sask., public building 

Maples, B.C., wharf 

Marble Mountain, N.S., wharf 

Margaree Harbour, N.S 

Margaree Island, N.S., wharf 

Margaretville, N.S., breakwater 

Maria, P.Q 

Maria Capes, P.Q 

Marieville, P.Q-, public building 

Maritime Provinces, telegraphs 

Markham, Ont., post office 

Marmot Bay, B.C., landing 

Marysville, N.B., public building 

Marysville, Ont 

Masson, P.Q., wharf 

Matane, P.Q 50, 

Matane, P.Q., post office 

Matapedia, P.Q., bridge 

Matsqui, B.C.. wharf 

Maugerville, N.B., wharf 

Maxville, Ont., post office 

Mayne Island, B.C., wharf 

Meaford, Ont 62, 

Meat Cove, N.S., breakwater 

Mechins, P.Q. (see Des Islets) 

Medicine Hat, Alta., armoury 

Medicine Hat, Alta., public buildings 
Megantic, P.Q., post office (see Lac 

Megantic) 15,118 

Megantic, P.Q., wharf 58,154 

Melfort, Sask., public building 20,136 

Melita, Man., public buildings 134 

Melville, Sask., post office 136 

Merrickville, Ont.. post office 129 

Meteghan, N.S., breakwater 34,147 

Meteghan River, N.S., beach protec 

tion 30,147 

Michipicoten River, Ont., wharf 67,158 

Middle East Pubnico, N.S., wharf... 147 

Midland, Ont 62, 83, 89, 158 

Midland, Ont.. post office 18, 129 

Miguasha, P.Q 51,154 

Mildmay, Ont.. post office 129 

Military Buildings 5, 23 

Military Hospitals 5, 22 

Mill Creek, N.S., wharf 30, 147 



139 

83, 154 

154 

106, 165 

67, 158 

119 

68,154 

83, 147 

29,147 

83, 147 

50, 154 

165 

13,119 

76, 162 

20, 136 

76, 162 

147 

30,147 

34, 147 

34,147 

58, 154 

50, 154 

119 

165 

129 

72, 162 

116 

158 

58, 154 

83, 154 

119 

58, 164 

76. 162 

150 

129 

73, 162 

83, 158 

30, 147 

154 

139 

139 



Names of Places, etc. 
M 



Page 



29, 147 Miller's Landing, B.C., wharf 76,162 

Mille Vaches, P.Q., wharf 58,154 

Millidgeville, N.B., ferry landing 151 

Mill's Point, N.B., wharf 40,150 

Milltown, N.B., public building 13, 116 

Milton, Ont., post office 129 

Milverton, Ont., post office 18,129 

Miminegash Harbour, P.E.1 37, 149 

Minaki, Ont., wharf 67,158 

Minasville, N.S 8-4, 147 

Minnedosa, Man., public building. . . 19, 134 

Minudie, N.S., wharf 34,147 

Miramichi Bay, N.B 83,150 

Miramichi River, N.B 84, 150 

Miscellaneous 165 

Miscou Harbour, N.B., wharf 150 

Mis.sion, B.C., wharf 73,162 

Mission City, B.C., armoury 141 

Mitchell, Ont., post office 18,129 

Mitchell's Bay, Ont 84,158 

Moncton, N.B., pubhc buildings 116 

Montague, P.E.I., public buildings.. 11,115 

Montebello, P.Q., wharf 58,154 



Mont Joli, P.Q., post office 119 

Mont Laurier, P.Q., public building. . 119 

Montmagny, P.Q., public buildings. . 119 

Montmagny, P.Q., wharves 51, 154 

Montreal, P.Q., military buildings... 119 

Montreal, P.Q., public "buildings 13, 24, 119 

Montreal Dry Dock 154 

Montreal River (Latcliford) , dam... 158 

Monuments 7, 165 

Moose Jaw, Sask., public buildings. . 20, 136 

Morden, Man., public buildings 19, 134 

Moresby Island, B.C., wharf 76, 162 

Morpeth, Ont., wharf 67,158 

Morrisburg, Ont., public buildings 129 

Mosher's Bay, N.S 35, 81, 147 

Mount Forest, Ont., post office 18,130 

Muise's Point, N.S., wharf 35,147 

Murray Bay, P.Q. (see La Malbaie). 



N 



Naas and Skeena Rivers, B.C 84, 163 

Nanaimo, B.C., public buildings 22, 141 

Nanaimo, B.C., wharf 162 

Nan ton, Alta., military building 139 

Napanee, Ont., po.st office 16, 130 

Nappan, N.S., experimental farm 114 

Naramata, B.C., wharf 73, 162 

National Gallerv 8, 12-5, 188 

Necum Teuch, N.S 35,81,147 

Needles, B.C., wharf 162 

Neepawa, Man., public building 19,134 

Neguac, N.B., wharf 43, 150 

Neil's Harbour, N.S., wharf 35,147 

Nelson, B.C 162 

Nelson, B.C., public buildings 141 

Nelson (South), N.B., public building 

(see South Nelson) 11, 1 16 

Netley Cut, Man. (see Red River) . . 68, 159 

New Carlisle West, P.Q., breakwater. 58, 154 



INDEX 



XUl 



Names of Places, etc. 

N 

Newcastle, N.B 43 

Newcastle, N.B., public building 

New^castle Lower (see Lower New- 
castle) . 
Newgate, B.C., immigration building. 

Newellton, N.S., wharf 

Newfoundland, telegraphs 

New Gla^ow, N.S., public buildings. 

New Hamburg, Ont., post, office 

New Harbour, N.S., breakwater 

New Harris, N.S., wharf 

New Liskeard, Ont 

New London, P.E.L, breakwater 

Newmarket, Ont., pubHc building... 

New Massett, B.C., wharf 

New Westminster, B.C 

New Westminster, B.C., public build- 



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,81,151 
16 



mgs. 



Niagara Falls, Ont., public building. 

Nicolet, P.Q 51 

Nicolet, P.Q., public building 

Nicomen Island, B.C. (see Fraser 
River). 

Nine Mile Creek, P.E.I., wharf 

Noel, N.S., wharf 

Nootka. B.C., wharf 

North Battleford, Sask., public build- 
ings 

North Bay, Ont., public buildings 

North Bay, Ont., wharf 

North Belleville, N.S., wharf 

North Cardigan, P.E.I 

North East Harbour, N.S., wharf 

North Head, N.B., wharf 

North Ingonish (Burk's Head), N.S., 
breakwater 

North Ingonish (McLeod's), N.S., 
breakwater 

North Portal, Saak., immigration 
building 

North River, N.S., wharf 

North Shore St. Lawrence, telegraphs. 

North Sydney, N.S 

North Sydney, N.S., public buildings. 

North Timiskaming, P.Q., bridge 

North Timiskaming, P.Q., wharf 

North Vancouver, B.C., Burrard dry 
dock 

North Vancouver, B.C., post office.. 

North Wiltshire, P.E.L, Dalton sana- 
torium 

Norway Bay, P.Q., wharf 

North West Arm, N.S., wharf 

North West Mirimiehi River, N.B.. 

Norwich, Ont., public building 

Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette, P.Q., wharf. 

Notre-Dame-de-Pierreville, P.Q. , wharf. 

Notre-Dame des Sept-Douleurs, P.Q. 
(see Isle Verte) 58, 

Notre-Dame du Lac, P.Q., wharf 

Noyan. P.Q., wharf 

Nyanza, N.S., wharf 



141 

35, 147 

106, 165 

11,114 

130 
35, 147 
35, 147 
62, 158 
36, 149 

130 
73, 162 
76, 162 

21, 141 

18,130 

, 84, 154 

121 



36, 149 
35, 147 
76, 162 



136 
18,130 

158 
35,147 

37. 149 
35, 147 
43, 151 

34, 147 

30, 147 

136 
35,147 
107, 165 
30,147 
10, 114 
58,164 
58,164 

162 
22,141 

115 
58,154 
30,147 

84. 150 
130 
154 
154 

84,154 
51,154 
58,154 
35, 147 



Names of Places, etc. Page 

O 

Oak Point. N.B.. wharf 43,151 

Dgden Point, B.C., wharf 162 

Dgden's Pond, N.S 84,147 

Ogilvie's. N.S.. wharf 35,147 

Dkanagan, B.C 76, S4, 162 

)ld Harry, P.Q 84,154 

)liphant, Ont 84, 158 

)ona River, B.C., float 73, 162 

)rangeville, Ont., public buildings. . . 130 

)rillia, Ont 84,158 

Drillia, Ont., pubHc building 18,130 

)romocto, N.B., wharf 40,151 

38borne, N.S 35, S4, 147 

)shawa. Ont., harbour 62,158 

)shawa, Ont., public building 18, 130 

island Park, B.C., float 76,162 

Dttawa, Ont., art gallery 8, 125, 188 

Dttawa, Ont., buildings and grounds. 18, 124 

)ttawa. Ont., central heating plant.. 124 

)ttawa, Ont., experimental farm.... 19,124 

)ttawa, Ont., Government House 18,125 

Dttawa, Ont., Parliament Buildings. . .5, 13, 124 

>ttawa, Ont., public buildings 18, 124 

Ottawa, Ont., river (see River Ottawa) 

:)ttawa, Ont., Rockliflfe Rifle Range.. 125 

)ttawa, Ont., roads and bridges 164 

>ttawa, Ont., shipyard 125 

)ttawa, Ont., Victoria Museum 18,125 

)wen Sound, Ont 63, 84,158 

Dwen Sound, Ont., public buildings.. 18,130 

P 

^acific Highway, B.C., immigration 

building 141 

''aimer's, N.B., wharf 43,151 

^almerston, Ont., public building 18,130 

^apineauville, P.Q., wharf 51,154 

Paris, Ont., post office 18,130 

Parker's Cove, N.S., breakwater 30,147 

^arkhill, Ont., public building 18,130 

Park's Creek (Lunenburg County), 

N.S., wharf 30, 147 

Parliament Buildings, Ottawa 5, 18, 124 

Parrsboro, N.S 31, 85,147 

Parrsboro, N.S., public building 11,114 

Parr}' Sound, Ont., armoury 130 

Parry Sound, Ont., wharf 67, 158 

Partridge Island, N.B., quarantine... 12,117 

Paspebiac, P.Q., wharf 58,154 

Paspebiac East (Portage), P.Q., wharf. 58,154 

Peace River. AJta., public buildings.. 20,139 

Pelee Island, Ont 63,158 

Pelee Island. Ont., telegraphs 107,165 

Pembroke, N.S., breakwater 147 

Owen Sound. Ont 63, 84, 158 

Pembroke. Ont., public building 130 

Pender Harbour, B.C 76, 162 

Penetanguishene, Ont 67,85,168 

Pentecost River, P.Q 85,154 

Penticton, B.C., military building 141 

Peribonka, P.Q., wharf" 51,154 

Perkins Landing, P.Q., wharf 58,154 



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Names of Places, etc. 



Page 



Perth, N.B., military building 116 

Perth, Ont., public buildings 130 

Peterboro, Ont., public buildings 18,130 

Petewawa, Ont., wharf 63, 158 

Petite Anse, P.Q 85,154 

Petit Cap, P.Q 85,154 

Petit Chlorydorme, P.Q 85,154 

Petit de Grat, N.S 85,147 

Petite Madeleine, P.Q., (see 

Madeleine) 83,154 

Petite Riviere, N.S 35, 86, 147 

Petite Riviere Est, P.Q 85,154 

Petit Rocher, N3., breakwater 43,151 

Petit Sault, P.Q. (see He Verte) . . . . 86,154 

Petite Vallee, P.Q 86, 87, 154 

Petrolia, Ont., public building 18,130 

Pickett's Cove, N.S., wharf 147 

Picton, Ont., public buildings 18,23,130 

Pictou, N.S., public buildings 10,114 

Pierreville, P.Q., public building.... 15,121 

Pierreville, P.Q., wharf 58,155 

Pigeon River, Ont., immigration office. 130 

Pike Creek, Ont., wharf 63,158 

Pilot Mound, Man., armoury 134 

Pincher Creek, Alta., forestry office.. 139 

Pinette, P.E.I., wharf 37, 149 

Pinkney's Point, N.S., breakwater... 31,147 

Pitt Lake, B.C., wharf 73,162 

Pleasant Bay (Inverness Co.), N.S., 

wharf 35, 147 

Pleasant Bay (Lowland Cove), N.S., 

slipway 35, 147 

Plessisville, P.Q., post office 121 

Plymouth, N.S., wharf 35,147 

Pointe a Cote, P.Q. (see Bic) 

Pointe a Elie, P.Q., wharf 156 

Pointe a la Loupe, P.Q 86,155 

Pointe a Pizeau (Sillery), P.Q., wharf. 58,155 

Pointe au Pic, P.Q 51, 155 

Pointe aux Esquimaux, P.Q., wharf 

(see Havre St. Pierre) 48, 155 

Pointe aux Loups, P.Q 155 

Pointe Basse, P.Q., wharf 58,155 

Pointe Bourque, P.Q 58,155 

Pointe du Chene, N.B., breakwater.. 40,151 
Point Edward, N.S., quarantine station 

(see North Sydney) 
Point Edward, Ont 



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Port Alfred, P.Q 155 

Portapique, N.S., wharf 31, 147 

Port Arthur, Ont 64, 159 

Port Arthur, Ont., public buildings. .18,24, 130 

Port au Persil, P.Q., wharf 51,155 

Port au Saumon, P.Q., wharf 51,155 

Port aux Quilles, P.Q 86,155 

Port Borden, P.E.I 115 

Port Bruce, Ont 67,150 

Port Burwell, Ont 64,159 

Port Clements, B.C., wharf 73, 162 

Port Colborne, Ont., breakwater 64, 159 

Port Colborne, Ont., public buildings, l/, 131 

Port Credit, Ont 86,159 

Port Credit, Ont., armoury 131 

Port Daniel, P.Q 52,59,155 

Port Dufferin (East), N.S., wharf.... 31,147 

Port Elgin, N.B 43,151 

Port Dover, Ont., pier 67, 159 

Port Essington, B.C., float 74, 162 

Port Findlay, Ont., wharf 68,159 

Port George, N.S., breakwater 31, 148 

Port Greville, N.S 31, 86, 148 

Port Hawkesbury, N.S., wharf 31, 148 

Port Hill, P.EJ., wharf 37,149 

Port Hood, N.S., wharf 35, 148 

Port Hope, Ont 86,159 

Port Hope, Ont., public building 131 

Port Lewis, P.Q 155 

Port Lome, N.S., wharf 35, 148 

Port Maitland, N.S., breakwater 35,148 

Port Maitland, Ont 64,86,159 

Port Mann, B.C 162 

Port Moody, B.C., wharf 76, 162 



86, 158 

Pointe Jaune, P.Q 86, 155 

Pointe Madeleine, P.Q., wharf 155 

Pointe Piche, P.Q 155 

Point Pleasant, Ont 159 

Point Pleasant, P.E.1 149 

Pointe Shea, P.Q. (see Havre Aubert). 48, 153 

Point Tupper, N.S., wharf 147 

Poirierville, N.S., wharf 31, 147 

Pontypool, Ont., military building 130 

Poplar Island, B.C. (see New West- 
minster) 73, 162 

Portage du Fort, P.Q., bridge 50, 164 

Portage la Prairie, Man 159 

Portage la Prairie, Man., public build- 
ings 19,24,134 

Port Alberni, B.C., public building 141 



Port Mouton, N.S 148 

Port Mulgrave, N.S 148 

Port Perry, Ont., public building 131 

Port Renfrew, B.C 162 

Port Royal, N.S., wharf 35,148 

Port Rowan, Ont., wharf 68,159 

Port Simpson, B.C., wharf 76,162 

Port Stanley, Ont 65,8^,159 

Portuguese Cove, N.S., breakwater. . .'.32, 148 

Port Washington, B.C., wharf 76, 162 

Post Office Fittings and Supplies 144 

Powell River, B.C., wharf 76,162 

Powassan, Ont., armoury 131 

Pownal Bay, P.E.I., wharf 36, 149 

Prescott, Ont., public buildings 18,131 

Preston, Ont., public building 131 

Prince Albert, Sask., public buildings. . 20, 136 
Prince Edward Island-Mainland tele- 
graphs 165 

Prince Rupert, B.C., dock. 162 

Prince Rupert, B.C., military buildings 141 

Prince Rupert, B.C., public buildings. 141 

Princeton, Ont., post office 131 

Printing stationery, etc 144 

Procter, B.C., wharf 76,162 

Properties leased 181 

Properties purchased and sold 176 

Providence Bay, Ont., wharf 65,159 

Public buildings ■ 4,10,166 

Pugwash, N.S.. wharf 32,148 



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Qu'Appelle, Sask, armoury 136 

Quarantine telegraphs 107, 165 

Quathiaski Cove, B.C., wharf 76,162 

Quatsino. B.C., wharf 76, 162 

Quebec City Harbour 155 

Quebec City, public buildings 15,121 

Quebec County, telegraphs 107,165 

Queen Charlotte City, B.C., float.... 76,162 

Queenstown, N.B 151 

Quinze Dam, P.Q 59, 165 

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Radcliffe, Alta., military building 139 

Ragged Islands, B.C 76,162 

Rainy River, Ont., wharf... 65,159 

Read Island, B.C., float 162 

Recapitulation 166 

Red Deer, Alta., public buildings 139 

Red Point, P.E.I., wharf 37,149 

Red River, Man 68,159 

Regina, Sask., military buildings 136 

Regina, Sask., public buildings 20,136 

Renfrew, Ont., public buildings 23,131 

Rents 167 

Repentigny , P.Q., wharf 155 

Retirement Act, expenditure 165 

Retreat Cove, B.C., wharf 76,162 

Revelstoke, B.C., public buildings 21,141 

Revenue 1, 167 

Rexton. N.B., wharf 43,151 

Richardson, N.B., wharf 43,151 

Richibucto, N.B., post office 116 

Richibucto Beach, N.B., breakwater.. 43,151 

Richibucto Cape, N.B., breakwater.. 43,151 

Richmond, P.Q., public building 121 

Rideau Hall. Ottawa 18,125 

Ridgetown, Ont., post office 131 

Rigaud, P.Q., public building 121 

Rigaud, P.Q., wharf 59, 155 

Rimouski, P.Q., public buildings 14,121 

Rimouski. P.Q., wharf 52,155 

Riondel, B.C., wharf 74,163 

River Atikokan, Ont. (see Atikokan 

River) 77, 159 

River Bourgeois, N^S., wharf 32,148 

River gaugings 165 

River Kennebecasis, N.B. (see Kenne- 

becasis River) 43, 151 

River Ottawa at Besserer's Grove, Ont. 159 

River St. Charles, P.Q 155 

River St. John, N.B 151 

River St. Louis, N.B 83, 151 

River Sydenham, Ont 89, 159 

River Thames, Ont 159 

Riviere aux Renards, P.Q. (see Fox 

River) 58, 155 

Jliviere aux Vases, P.Q., wharf 59,155 

Riviere Batiscan, P.Q 155 

Riviere Beaudette, P.Q 155 

Riviere Blanche, P.Q 56, 157 

Riviere Caplan, P.Q., breakwater 59,155 

Riviere des Trois Saumons, P.Q 87,166 



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Riviere des Vases, P.Q., wharf 59,155 

Riviere du Lievre, P.Q 52,155 

Riviere du Loup (en bas), P.Q 52,87,156 

Rivi.re du Loup (en bas), P.Q., public 

building 15,122 

Riviere du Loup (en bas) Station, 

P.Q., post office 122 

Riviere du Loup (en haut), P.Q 86,155 

Riviere Gatineau, P.Q. (see Gatineau 

River) 

Riviere Girard, P.Q 154 

Riviere Kinojevis, P.Q 82, 155 

Riviere Laflamme (Barraute), P.Q... 82,155 
Riviere Pentecote, P.Q. (see Pentecost 

River) 

Riviere Nouvelle, P.Q., breakwater.. 59,155 

Riviere Quelle, P.Q 52, 155 

Riviere Petite Vallee, P.Q. (see Petite 

Vallee) 87,154 

Riviere St. Francois, P.Q 87,155 

Riviere Saguenay, P.Q 155 

Riviere Verte, P.Q. (see He Verte) . . 49,155 

Riviere Vilmontel, P.Q 155 

Roache's Point, Ont., wharf 68,159 

Roads and bridge 164,166 

Robert's Bay, B.C., landing 76,163 

Robert's Creek, B.C., wharf 76, 163 

Roverval. P.Q., public building 122 

Roberval', P.Q., wharf 52,165 

Robichaud's NjB-> wharf (see Savoy 

Landing) 43, 151 

Rock Island, P.Q., public building. ... 122 

Rocky Mountain, Alta., forestry office. 139 

Rondeau. Ont., piers 65, 159 

Rosetown, Sask., military building... 137 

Rosseau, Ont., wharf 159 

Rossland, B.C., public building 22,141 

Rosthern, Sask., experimental farm... 137 

Rothesay, N.B., wharf 43,151 

Rovston, B.C., float 74, 163 

Ruisseau Blanc, P.Q. (see He Verte). 87,154 

Ruisseau Gagnon, P.Q. (see He Verte). 87, 154 

Ruisseau Rouge, P.Q. (see He Verte). 87,154 

Rustico, P.E.I., harbour 36,149 

St 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos, P.Q., wharf.. 53,155 

Ste. Agathe des Mont, P.Q., post office. 122 
St. Alexis de Grande Baie, P.Q., wharf 

(see Grande Baie) 47, 155 

St. Alphonse, P.Q. (see Bagotville) 

St. Andre de Kamouraska, P.Q., wharf. 53, 155 

St. Andrews, N.B., wharf 43,151 

St. Andrews, P.Q., wharf 59,155 

St. Andrews Rapids, Man 69, 160 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre, P.Q., wharf 59, 155 

St. Anne de Bellevue, P.Q., hospital . . 23, 122 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue, P.Q., post office. 122 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue, P.Q., wharf.. 59,155 

Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi, P.Q-, wharf. 53, 156 
Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, P.Q., 

experimental farm 122 



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Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, P.Q., wharf. 53, 156 

Ste. Anne des Monts, P.Q., wharf.... 53,156 

Ste. Anne de Sorel, P.Q., wharf.... 59,156 

Ste. Ann's Harbour, N.S 14S 

St. Antoine de Tilly, P.Q 53, S8. 156 

St. Antoine, P.Q., wharf 59,156 

St. Barthelemi, P.Q., wharf 59,156 

St. Boniface, Man., public buildings.. 134 
St. Catharines, Ont., public buildings 

18,24,131 

St. Charles de Caplan, P.Q 59, 156 

St. Charles de Richelieu, P.Q., wharf. . 156 

Ste. Croix, P.Q., wharf 54,156 

St. Denis, P.Q., wharf 59, 156 

St. Dominique du Lac, P.Q., wharf.. 54,156 
St. Eloi, P.Q. (see Pointe a la Loupe) 

St. Eustache, P.Q., post office 122 

St. Famille, Island of Orleans, P.Q., 

wharf 54,156 

Ste. Felicite. P.Q 88.156 

St. Francis Harbour, N.S., breakwater, 148 
St. Frangois (He d'Orleans), P.Q., 

wharf 54, 156 

St. Frangois du La-c, P.Q., wharf 59,156 

St. Fulgence, P.Q., wharf 54,156 

St. Gabriel de Brandon, I'.Q., post 

office 122 

St. Gedeon, P.Q., wharf 54, 156 

St. George, NJB., military building.. 116 

St. George, N.B., wharf 40, 151 

St. Georges de Beauce, P.Q., post office. 122 

St. Georges de Malbaie, P.Q 59,156 

St. Godfroy, P.Q., wharf 59, 156 

St. Gregoire de Montmorency, P.Q. . . 54, 156 

St. Helier, P.Q 81,156 

St. Hilaire, P.Q., wharf 59, 156 

St. Hyacinthe, P.Q., public buildinp. 15,122 

St. Ignace de Loyola, P.Q 59, 156 

St. Ignace du Lac, P.Q.. 54, 88, 156 

St. Irenee, P.Q., wharf 55, 156 

St. Jacques de I'Achigan, P.Q., public 

buildings 14,122 

St. Jean, P.Q., public buildings 15,122 

St. Jean Deschaillons, P.Q. (see 

Deschaillons) 58, 88, 153 

St. Jean d'Orleans, P.Q., wharf 55,156 

Ste. Jeanne, He Perrot, P.Q 156 

St. Jean Port Joli, P.Q., wharf 55,156 

St. Jerome. P.Q., public buildings 15,122 

St. John, N.B 40, 88, 151 

St. John, N.B., public buildings. . .12, 23, 24, 116 

St. John, N.B., quarantine station... 12,117 

St. Johns. P.Q 55, 156 

St. John West, N.B 41, 8S, 151 

St. John West, N.B., public buildings. 117 

St. Joseph d'Alma, P.Q., post office.. 122 

St. Joseph de Beauce, P.Q., post office. 122 

St. Joseph du Moine, N.S., wharf.... 35,148 

St. Lambert, P.Q., post office 122 

St. Laurent, P.Q., wharf 55,156 

St. Leonard, N.B., bridge 164 

St. Louis River, N.B 83. 151 

Ste. Luce, P.Q 59, 156 



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St. Majorique, P.Q., bridge 46,164 

St. Marc, P.Q 55,156 

St. Martin's N.B., breakwater 43, 151 

St. Mary's, Ont., public buildings 131 

St. Marv's River, N.S 148 

St. Mathias, P.Q., wharf 59, 156 

St. Maurice de I'Echourie, P.Q 89 

St. Methode, P.Q., wharf 59, 156 

St. Michel de Bellechasse, P.Q., wharf. 55, 156 

St. Mi«hel des Saints, P.Q 89,156 

St. Nicholas, P.Q., wharf 59,156 

St. Nicholas River, N.B 89, 151 

St. Omer, P.Q 55,156 

3t. Ours, P.Q 56,156 

St. Paul (He aux Noix), P.Q., wharf. . 59, 156 

St. Peter's Bay, P.E.I 36,149 

Ste. Petronille (He d'Orleans), P.Q., 

wharf 66,156 

St. Roch de Richelieu, P.Q., wharf. . 59, 156 

St. Roch des Aulnaies, P.Q., wharf.. 56,156 

Ste. Rose, P.Q., post office 122 

St. Simeon, P.Q. (Bonaventure Co.). 56,156 

St. Simeon, P.Q. (Charlevoix Co.). 59,166 

St. Stephen, N.B., public buildings.. 13,117 

St. Stephen, N.B., wharf 43,151 

St. Sulpice, P.Q., wharf 157 

St. Sulpice Village, P.Q., wharf.... 56,157 

Ste. Therese, P.Q., public Buildings. . 122 

St. Thomas, Ont., public buildings.. 18,131 

St. Tite, P.Q., post office 122 

St. Ulric (Riviere Blanche), P.Q., 

wharf 56, 157 

Ste. Victoire, P.Q., wharf 56,167 

St. Williams, Ont., pier 66,159 

St. Yvon, P.Q 89,157 

St. Zotique, P.Q., wharf 59,157 

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Saanichton, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Sabrevois, P.Q., wharf 53,157 

Sackville, N.B., public buildings 117 

Salaries of clerks of works 144 

Salaries of engineers 164 

Sales 167 

Salmon Arm, B.C., public buildings.. 141 

Salmon Arm, B.C.. wharf 163 

Salmon River, N.S 32,148 

Saltcoats, Sask., military building 137 

Sand Heads, B.C. (see Eraser River) 

Sand Point, Ont., wharf 68,159 

Sandwich, Ont., post office 18,131 

Sandy Bay (Matane Co.), P.Q., wharf 44,157 

San Joseph Bay, B.C 87,163 

Sarnia, Ont 159 

Samia, Ont,, public buildings 18,131 

Saskatoon, Sask., military buildings.. 137 

Saskatoon, Sask., public buildings... 20,137 

Saskatchewan, telegraphs 108, 165 > 

Saugeen River, Ont., harbour 65,87,159 

Sauinierville. N.S., breakwater 32,148 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., harbour 66,87,159 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., public build- 
ings 18,23, 131 



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Savage Harbour, P.E.I 149 

Savary Island, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Savov Landing, N.B,, wharf (see 

Robichaud's) 43,151 

Sayward, B.C., wharf 74,163 

Scotchtown, N.B., wharf 43, 151 

Scott, Sask., experimental farm 137 

Scovil's, N.B., wharf 43,151 

Seaford, B.C., float 74,163 

Seaforth, N.S., breakwater 35,148 

Seaforth, Ont., post office 131 

Seal Cove, N.B .43,87, 151 

Seal Harbour, N.S., breakwater 32,148 

Seal Rock, P.Q., pier (see D'Aiguil- 

lon) 46,15 

Seaside Park (Howe Sound), B.C., 

float 76,163 

Selkirk, Man 99, 160, 167 

Selkirk, Man., post office 134 

Sept Isles. P.Q., wharf 56,157 

Seymour Arm, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Shag Harbour, N.S 148 

Shanty Bay, Ont., wharf 68,159 

Shawinigan Falls, P.Q., post office... 122 

Shaw Landing, B.C., wharf 76.163 

Shaw's Beach, N.S., beach protection. 35,148 

Shawville, P.Q., post office 122 

Shediac, N.B., public building 13,117 

Shediac. N.B., wharf 42,151 

Sheet Harbour, N.S 32, 35, 88, US 

Shelburne, N.S., public building 114 

Shelburne, N.S., wharf • 33, 148 

Shelburne, Ont., public building 131 

Sherbrooke, P.Q., public buildings... 122 

Shigawake, P.Q., wharf 59,157 

Shippigan, N.B 43,151 

Shippigan Gully, N.B., breakwater. . 42, 151 

Shoal Lake, Man., post office 134 

Short Beach, N.S 33,148 

Shrewsbury, Ont., pier 68,159 

Shushartie Bay, B.C., float 76,163 

Shuswap Lake, B.C 163 

Sidney, B.C 74,163 

Sidney, B.C., experimental farm 141 

Sillery, P.Q. (see Pointe a Pizeau) 

Silverwater, Ont., wharf 159 

Simcoe, Ont., public building 131 

Skeena River. B.C 84,16? 

Skidegate, B.C., wharf 74,163 

Skinner's Cove, N.S 148 

Skinner's Pond. P.E.I 149 

Sluice Point, N.S.. wharf 35,148 

Smith's Cove. N.S., beach protection. 35.148 

Smith's Falls, Ont., public building.. 131 

Snagboat Samson 161 . 165 

Snake Island, Man., wharf 69,160 

Snug Cove. B.C., wharf 76, 163 

Sointula, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Soldier's Cove, N.S., wharf 35,148 

Solicitor's Report 168 

Sombra, Ont 88,159 

Sonora, N.S., wharf 33,148 

Sooke, BjC., wharf 74,163 

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Sorel, P.Q 57, 88, 157 

Sorel, P.Q., public building 15,123 

Sorrento, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Souris, Man., public buildings 19,134 

Souris, P.E.I., breakwater 36, 149 

Souris, P.E.I., public building 115 

Southampton, Ont., breakwater 66,159 

South Branch, N.B., wharf (see St. 

Nicholas River) 43,151 

South East Cove, N.S., breakwater. . . 35, 148 

South Gabriola, BjC, wharf 163 

South Lake, N.S 33,148 

South Nelson, N.B., public building 

(see Nelson) 11, 116 

Southport, P.E.I., wharf 37,149 

South Rustico, P.E.I., wharf 37,149 

South West Cove, N.S 88,148 

Spencer's Island, N.S., wharf 35,148 

Spirit River, Alta., immigration build- 
ing 139 

Springhill, N;S., public building 114 

Spry Bav, N^S., wharf 33,148 

Squamish, B.C., wharf 75,163 

Squatteck, P.Q., wharf 59,157 

Squirrel Cove, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Stag Bay, B.C., float 76,163 

Stanstead Plain, P.Q.. post office 123 

Steelton, Ont., post office IS, 131 

Stellarton, N.S., public buildings 10,114 

Steveston Jetty, BjC. (see QFraser 

River) 75, 161 

Stewart, B.C., dolphin 75,163 

Stewart and Yukon Rivers (see 

Yukon) 77,164 

Stikine River, B.C 89,163 

Stokes Bay, Ont., pier 66,159 

Stonehaven, N.B., breakwater 42,151 

Stonewall, Man., post office 134 

Stouffville, Ont., public buildings 17,131 

Stratford, Ont., public buildings 131 

Strathcona, Alta., public building (see 

Edmonton South) 20, 139 

Strathroy, Ont., public building 18,131 

Sturdie's Bay, B.C., wharf 76.163 

Sturgeon, P.E.I., wharf 37,149 

Sturgeon Falls, Ont., post office 131 

Sturgeon Landing, Sask 89, 160 

Sudbury, Ont., public building 131 

Summerland, B.C., experimental farm. 141 

Summerside, P.E.I 37, 149 

Summerside, P.E.I., experimental fox 

farm 115 

Summerside, P.E.I., public building.. 115 

Summerville, N.B., ferry landing 151 

Summerville, N.S., wharf 35, 148 

Surette Island, N.S., wharf 33.148 

Surge Narrows, B.C., float 76,163 

Surveys and inspections 165 

Sussex, N.B., public building 13,117 

Sutherland, Sask., forestry nursery 

station 20, 137 

Swan River, Man., forestry office 134 

Swift Current, Sask., armoury 137 



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Swift Current, Sask., experimental 

farm 137 

Swift Current, Sask., public buildings. 137 

Sydenham, Ont., public building (site) . 131 

Sydenham River, Ont 89, 159 

Sydney, N.S., mublic buildings 11,114 

Sydney, N.S., wharf 148 

Sydnev Mines, N.S. (see Barrington 

Cove) 

Sydney Mines, N.S., public buildings. 11,114 

T 

Tadoussac, P.Q., wharves 57, 157 

Tangier, N.S., wharf 35,148 

Tapp's Harbour, P.Q 157 

Tara, Ont., military building 131 

Taylortown, Nii 151 

Telephones 104,124 

Telegraph lines,, generally 7, 100, 165,166 

Telegraph lines, revenue 102, 167 

Tenecape, N.S 89, 148 

Terrance Bay, N.S., wharf 38, 148 

Terrebonne, P.Q., public building 123 

Test borings 164 

Thames River, Ont 68, 89 

The Narrows, P.Q 157 

Thessalon, Ont 68, 159 

Thetford Mines, P.Q., public buildings. 123 

Thotis Island, B.C., float 76,163 

Thorah Island. Ont., harbour 159 

Thornbury, Ont., wharf 66, 159 

Three Rivers, P.Q. (see Trois Rivieres) 

Thurso, P.Q., wharf 59, 157 

Tiffin Harbour, Ont. (see Midland).. 89,158 

Tignish, P.E.I. , post office 115 

Tignish Harbour, P.E.I., breakwater.. 37,149 
Tilaiabe, P.Q. (see St. Methode) 

Tilbury, Ont., post office 131 

Tillsoiiburg, Ont., public building 131 

Timi^aming dam 165 

Timiskaming, telegraphs 107, 165 

Tittle Passage, N.S 89,148 

Tiverton, N.S., breakwater _ 148 

Tobermoo", Ont., booms 68, 159 

Tobin Rapids, North Saskatchewan 

River 89, 160 

Tofino, B.C., wharf 76, 163 

Tonev River, N.S 33, 148 

Toronto, Ont., harbour 66, 89, 90, 159 

Toronto, Ont., military hospitals 132 

Toronto, Ont., public buildings. . .17, 18,23, 131 

Toronto Island, Ont 159 

Tracadie, N.B., lazaretto 117 

Tracadie, N.B., wharf 43, 151 

Trail, B.C., public building 141 

Trait Carre, P.Q 90 

Transcona, Man., post office 134 

Treadwell, Ont., wharf 68, 156 

Trenton, N.S., post office 114 

Trenton, Ont 67, 159 

Trenton, Ont., public buildings 133 

Trois Lacs, P.Q., wharf 57,157 



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Trois Pistoles, P.Q., post office 123 

Trois Pistoles, P.Q., wharf 59,157 

Trois Rivieres, P.Q., harbour 57,157 

T>ois Rivieres, P.Q., public buildings. . 123 

Trois Ruisseaux, P.Q 90 

Trout Cove, N.S., breakwater 35,148 

Troy Pond, N.S., blocks 33,148 

Truro, N.S., public buildings 11,115 

Trynor's Cove, N.B., wharf 43, 151 

Tucker Bay, B.C 75, 163 

Turner's Island, N.S., wharf 35,148 

Tusket, N.S., wharf 35,148 

Tynemouth Creek, N.B., breakwater. 43, 151 

Tyrian SS. cable ship 110, 165 

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Ucluelet, B.C 76,163 

Union Bay, B.C., post office 141 

Union Bay, B.C., wharf 75, 163 

Upper Gagetown, N.B., wharf 43,151 

Upper Jemseg, N.B., wharf 42,151 

Upper Ottawa, storage dams 165 

Upper Port Latour, N.S., wharf 35, 148 

Uxbridge, Ont., public building 18, 133 

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Valleyfield, P.Q 57, SO, 1-57 

V'allevfield, P.Q., public building 123 

Van Anda, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Vancouver, B.C., harbour 75,163 

V^ancouver, B.C., military buildings.. 23,141 

Vancouver, B.C., public buildings 21,141 

Vancouver Island, telegraphs 108,165 

V^arennes, P.Q., wharf 58, 157 

Vercheres. P.Q., wharf 58, 157 

Verdun, P.Q., public building 15,121 

Vermilion, Alta., immigration building 

(site) 139 

Vernon, B.C.. public buildings 143 

Victoria, B.C 76, 90, 163 

Victoria, B.C., militarj' buildings 143 

V^ictoria, B.C., public buildings 22,143 

Victoria, P.E.I., wharf 149 

Victoria Beach, Man., breakwater- 
wharf 69, 160 

Victoria Beaoh, Man., military 

building 134 

Victoriaville, P.Q., public building 123 

Villc Marie, P.Q 58, 157 

Vineland. Ont., experimental farm 133 

Virden, Man., public building 19, 134 

W 

Walkerton, Ont., public buildings 18,133 

Walkerville, Ont., public building 18,133 

Wallace, N.S 35, 91, 148 

Wallace Bridge, N.S., wharf 35, 148 

Walton, N.S., breakwater 35,148 

Waterways, Alta., float 160 

Waterloo, Ont., public building 133 



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Names of Places, etc. Page 

W 

Waterloo, P.Q., public building 18,123 

Watford, Ont., public building (site). 133 

Waubaushene, Ont., wharf 68, 159 

Waweig, N.B 151 

Webster's, N.B., wharf 43, 151 

Welchpool. N£., wharf 43, 151 

Weiland, Ont., public buildings 18,133 

Wendover, Ont., wharf 67, 159 

Wentworth, N.S 91, 148 

West Advocate, N.S., breakwater 35,148 

West Baccaro, N.S 148 

Westbank, B.C., \vharf 75, 163 

West Bay, N.S., wharf 35, 149 

West Chezzetcook, N.S., wharf 35,149 

West Dover, N.S., wharf 35,149 

West Dublin, N.S 91,149 

Western Head, N.S., breakwater 34,149 

Western Shore, N.S., wharf 149 

West Head, N.S., wharf 34,149 

West La Have, N.S 34,149 

West Point, B.C., float (see Tucker 

Bay) 75,163 

West Point, P.E.I., wharf 37, 149 

West Poplar, Sask., immigration 

building 137 

Westport. N.S., wharf 35,149 

West St. John, N.B 41,88, 151 

Westville, N.S., public building 11,115 

Wetaskiwin, Alta., post office 139 

Weybum, Sask., public buildings 20,137 

Weymouth, N.S., armoury 115 

Whaletown, B.C., wharf 76, 163 

Wheatley, Ont., pier 67, 159 

Whitby, Ont 68,159 

Whitby, Ont., public buildings 133 

White Head, N.B., wharf 43, 151 

Whitemans Creek, B.C., Wharf 76,163 

White Rock, B.C., wharf 76. 163 

White's Cove, N.B., wharf 43, 151 

Whitewaters, N.S., wharf 34,149 

Whonnock, B.C., wharf 76,163 



Names of Places, etc. Page 

W 

Whycocomagh, N.S., wliarf 35,149 

Wiarton, Ont., public buildings 17, 133 

Wilcox Landing, B.C 76, 163 

Wilkie, Sask., public building (site) . . 137 

William Head, B.C.. quarantine station 22, 143 

William Head, B.C., wharf 76,163 

Williams, N.B., wharf 151 

Wilson's Beach, N.B., wharf 43,151 

Windermere, B.C., experimental farm. 143 

Windsor, N.S 34, 91, 149 

Windsor, N.S., public building 11,115 

Windsor, Ont., public buildings 18.133 

Windsor, Ont., wharf 67, 159 

Windsor, P.Q., post office 123 

Wingham, Ont., post office 133 

Winnipeg, Man., military buildings. .23, 24, 134 

Winnipeg, Man., public buildings 19,134 

Winnrpegosis, Man 160 

Wobum, P.Q., wharf 59, 157 

Wolfville, N.S., post office 115 

Wolfville, N.S., wharves 34,149 

Woodman's Beach, P.Q., breakwater. 58, 157 

Woodstock, N.B., public building 13,117 

Woodstock, Ont., public building 18, 133 

Woodwards, B.C. (see Fraser River). 76,161 

Woodward's Cove, N.B., breakwater. 43, 151 

Wyatt Bay, B.C., float 76, 163 

Y 

Yamaska, P.Q 157 

Yarmouth, N.S 91, 149 

Yarmouth, N.S., public buildings 115 

Yarmouth Bar, N.S 35, 91, 149 

York, Ont., bridge (Grand River),.. 164 

Yorkton, Sask., public building 20, 137 

Young's Cove, N.B., wharf 43,151 

Young's Cove, N.S., wharf 35, 149 

Yukon 77,164 

Yukon, public buildings 144 

Yukon, telegraphs 109, 165 



REPORT 

OF THE 

DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR THE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1926 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, CANADA 

Ottawa, October 21, 1926. 
Hon. J. C. Elliott, K.C, 

Minister of Public Works, 
Ottawa, Ont. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit the report of the Department of Public 
Works for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Expenditure 

The total expenditure incurred by the department during the fiscal year 
1925-26 on its various works of construction, maintentance and operation 
amounted to the sum of $18,514,834.69. 

The details of this outlay may be classified as follows: — ' 

Harbour and river works $ 6,296,292 80 

Dredging, plant, etc 2,350,225 33 

Roads and bridges 304,073 62 

Public buildings 7,778,324 40 

Telegraphs 856,143 93 

Miscellaneous 245,061 10 

Civil Government 684,713 51 

$ 18,514,834 69 

As compared with the total for last year, there is a decrease of $787,448.84, 
accounted for by a decrease in expenditure of $233,173.56 for harbours and rivers, 
$729,470.54 for public buildings, $49,374.67 for telegraphs and $348,421.01 for 
miscellaneous; the increase being $306,590.39 on dredging, $244,076.72 on roads 
and bridges, and $22,323.83 on Civil Government. 

Revenue 

The revenue for the year amounted to the sum of $669,235.02 and is made 
up as follows: — 

Graving docks $ 85,382 55 

Rents 130,594 12 

Telegraphs , 294,181 00 

Casual revenue 154,534 78 

Ferries 4,542 57 

$ 669,235 02 

As compared with last year, there is an increase of $76,326.02. The increase 
in revenue received from rents amounts to $8,006.38, from casual reventue 
$73,639.76, from ferries $2,682.57, and from telegraphs (net trafiic revenue) 
$4,823.15; the only decrease in revenue being $7,448.75 received from graving 
docks. 

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Harbour and River Works 

The total expenditure in this branch was $6,296,292.80, which is $233,173.56 
less thani last year's outlay. 

The following is a list of the works which have been completed during the 
year: — 

Nova Scotia. — Fisherman's Harbour, wharf construction; Freeport, break- 
water extension; Great Village, wharf replacement; Gulliver's Cove, breakwater 
construction; Ingonish Bay, breakwater reconstruction; Port Greville, break- 
water repairs; Portuguese Cove, breakwater construction; Saulnierville, break- 
water extension; Windsor, wharf extension; Wolfville, wharf construction. 

New Brunswick. — St. John, grain conveyer galleries; West St. John, exten- 
sion to frostproof warehouse. 

Quebec. — Bagotville, wharf extension and repairs; Bale St. Paul, bank pro- 
tection in Riviere du Gouifre, and wharf repairs; Bona venture, breakwater exten- 
sion; Cross Point, extension to eastern wing of breakwater; Desjardins, wharf 
reconstruction; Grondines, construction of wharf extension; Lachine, recon- 
struction of C.N.R. wharf; Lotbiniere, reconstruction of portion of wharf; Matane, 
reconstruction and extension to eastern breakwater; Miguasha, construction of 
landing-slip; Port au Saumon, reconstruction of part of wharf; Roberval, wharf 
improvements; SoreL reconstruction of portion of high level wharf; St. Andre, 
wharf repairs; Ste. Croix, wharf repairs; St. Laurent, I.O., wharf repairs; Trois 
Rivieres, steel freight shed; Valleyfield, reconstruction of wharf. 

Ontario. — Burlington Channel, reconstruction of south pier; Chatham 
(McGregor's Creek), repairs to revetment wall; Cobourg, repairs to east pier; 
Collingwood, reconstruction of part of western breakwater; Cumberland, wharf 
reconstruction; Goderich, breakwater reconstruction and mooring- wharf ; Honey 
Harbour, wharf construction and approach; Meaford, reconstruction of eastern 
breakwater; Oshawa, breakwater construction; Owen Sound, construction of 
close-pile harbour wall; Pelee Island, extension to western wharf; Pembroke, 
reconstruction of wharf; Port Colborne, western breakwater repairs; Port Mait- 
land, west pier repairs; Saugeen River, construction of landing-block; Toronto, 
reconstruction of section '' K " of western breakwater. 

Manitoba. — Delta, protection works. 

British Columbia. — Blubber Bay, wharf construction ; Campbell River, wharf 
repairs; Clayoquot, repairs to wharf and approach; Columbia River (below 
Burton), construction of submerged dams and removal of rock; Esqui- 
malt, construction of transformer-house at dry dock; False Bay (Lasqiueti 
Island), wharf construction; Fraser River, North Arm, extension to jetty; Haney, 
reconstruction of wharf; Mission, wharf reconstruction; Pitt Lake, wharf recon- 
struction; Port Clements, wharf repairs; Riondel, construction of wharf; Say- 
ward, wharf replacement; Steveston, construction of north dyke No, 1; West- 
bank, reconstruction of wharf. 

The following works under contract were in progress at the end of the 
fiscal year: — 

Nova Scotia. — Arisaig, wharf construction; Dingwall (Aspy Bay), break- 
water construction; Finlay Point, construction of breakwater- wharf ; Hall's 
Harbour, breakwater extension; Little Judique Ponds, construction of break- 
water-wharf; Lower Sandy Point, breakwater construction; Main-a-Dieu, wharf 
construction; Parrsboro, wharf construction; Port Maitland, breakwater con- 
struction. 

New Brunswick. — Courtenay Bay (St. John), breakwater extension; Escu- 
minac, construction of part of breakwater; Grand Harbour (Ingall's Head), 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER, 1925-26 3 

breakwater construction; Green Point, pier construction; Mill's Point, wharf 
extension and repairs; Shediac, wharf repairs; West St. John, construction of 
. cattle shed. 

Prince Edward Island. — New London, breakwater construction. 

Quebec. — ^Cap de la Madeleine, wooden shed, and wharf improvements; 
Caughnawaga, reconstruction of wharf; Chandler, extension to wharf and land- 
ing; Father Point, wharf improvements and repairs; Maria, reconstruction of 
part of wharf superstructure; Matane, reconstruction of wharf superstructure; 
St. Antoine de Tilly, wharf reconstruction; Ste. Petronille, I.O., wharf improve- 
ments. 

Ontario. — Burlington, breakwater extension; Chute a Blondeau, reconstruc- 
tion of wharf; Kincardine, pier repairs; Midland, wharf construction; Oshawa, 
harbour improvements; Port Arthur, rubble mound breakwater; Port Burwell, 
reconstruction of east pier and rubble mound construction; Port Maitland, 
repairs to east pier; Port Stanley, harbour improvements; Thessalon, break- 
water extension; Toronto (eastern channel), reconstruction of part of west pier. 

Manitoba. — Dauphin Beach, reconstruction of wharf; Victoria Beach, 
wharf extension. 

British Columbia. — Fraser River (Woodwards Slough), dam construction. 

Esquimau Dry Dock. — The construction of the graving dock at Skinner's 
Cove, Esquimalt Harbour, for which a contract was let in January, 1921, to 
Peter Lyall & Sons Construction Company, Limited, was proceeded with. 

The total amount paid the contractors during the year was $738,490. 

The work on the contract awarded in. 1924 to Messrs. Hodgson, King & 
Marble for the supply and installation of machinery is nearly completed and 
the total value of the work done to the end of the year was $339,172.88. 

The construction of two steel floating caissons for the new dry dock was 
continued by the contractors, Messrs. Yarrows Limited. 

Dredging 

The sum expended under this heading amounted to $2,350,225.33, which is 
$306,590.39 more than the outlay of the previous year. 

Two dredges, two tugs and six scows, for which the department had no 
further use, were disposed of. 

In British Columbia, operations were continued in the Fraser river, north 
arm, the Fraser river main channel, and work was performed at other points 
on this river and in the Courtenay and Lower Columbia rivers. The other prin- 
cipal places at which dredging was done are Kootenay Landing, Ladner, Proc- 
ter, Salmon Arm, Vancouver, and Victoria. 

In Manitoba, navigation was maintained on the Red river and at points on 
lake Winnipeg. The dredging of a channel in Cumberland lake was continued, 
and also at the entrance channel at Big George island, and Winnipegosis. 

In Ontario, important dredging was done at Belle River, Blind River, Byng 
Inlet, Cobourg, Collingwood, Gananoque, Goderich, Honey Harbour, Jeannette's 
Creek, Kincardine, Meaford, Midland, Mitchell's Bay, Owen Sound, Pembroke, 
Penetanguishene, Port Burwell, Port Hope, Port Maitland, Port Stanley, Sarnia, 
Sault Ste. Marie, Sydenham river, Thames river, and Toronto. 

In Quebec, important dredging was performed at Batiscan, Bersimis, Ber- 
thierville, Charlemagne, Como, Contrecoeur, Doucet's Landing, Grosse Isle, 
Lachine, Matane, Nicolet river, Notre-Dame de Pierreville, Port Alfred, Repen- 
tigny. Riviere Beaudette, Riviere du Loup (en haut). Riviere St. Francois, 
Saguenay river, Sorel, St. Antoine de Tilly, St. Jean Deschaillons, and Valley- 
field. 

In New Brunswick, dredging was done at Buctouche and St. John and in * 
the Gaspereau river, Miranwchi bay, and St. John river. 

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In Nova Scotia, important work was carried out at Blandford, East river, 
Inverness, Liverpool, Lunenburg, Mahone Bay, Malagash, North Sydney, Parrs- 
boro. Petit de Grat, Port Mouton, Port Mulgrave, Sheet Harbour, St. Ann's, 
harbour, Wallace, and Yarmouth. 

In Prince Edward Island, considerable dredging was performed at Charlotte- 
town, French River, Miminegash, Savage Harbour, Summerside, and Victoria. 

Special reports, to the number of 102, were forwarded to the Department 
of Marine covering the works of dredging performed during the season, so that 
mariners might be kept acquainted, by means of alterations to charts and 
notices to mariners, with such work as has been accomplished. 

Ferries 

The tolls collected from the twenty-seven licenses issued for 1925-26 amount 
to $3,855.90. Within that year there was also deposited the sum of $686.67 
collected as balance due from the Rockcliffe, Ont.-Gatineau Point, Que., ferry, 
which made $4,542.57 in all collected within the year. Three new ferry routes, 
namely, Rockport, Ont., and Alexandria Bay, N.Y., Gananoque, Ont., and 
Clayton, N.Y., and Kingston, Ont., and Cape Vincent, N.Y., were licensed during 
the year. The license for the Norway Bay, P.Q.-Sand Point, Ont., ferry route 
expired since last year and has not been so far renewed. 

Public Buildings 

The sum expended on construction, maintenance, and repairs of public build- 
ings throughout the Dominion was $7,778,324.40, which is $729,470.54 less than 
the outlay of last year. 

Of this amount $2,247,407.86 was expended on construction and improve- 
ments of public buildings, and $5,530,916.54 on repairs and maintenance. 

The following buildings and works were completed during the year: — 

Prince Edward Island. — Montague concrete retaining wall. 

New Brunswick. — Partridge Island Quarantine Station, frame cottage; 
Shediac, public building. 

Quebec. — Loretteville, public building; Verdun, public building. 

Ontario. — Hamilton, new elevator; Napanee, improvements to heating and 
plumbing in public building; Ottawa, a sheet asphalt paved driveway and side- 
walks on Parliament Hill, standard greenhouse and iron fence at Rideau Hall, 
small greenhouse for seed laboratory at Experimental Farm, laboratory for 
Department of Mines, boiler shed, coal bunker and heating equipment at Fuel 
Testing Plant, heating tunnel between the Hunter building and the Harris and 
Campbell building, and oil-burning equipments on six heating boilers at Vic- 
toria Museum; Toronto, Seed Branch building, 84 Collier street. 

Manitoba. — Winnipeg, laboratory and cereal rust investigation building and 
alterations to main immigration hall. 

British Columbia. — Courtenay, public building; Kamloops, public building; 
New Westminster, tunnel uniting public building and examining warehouse; 
Revelstoke, public building; Vancouver, office for grain inspectors and rearrange- 
ment of space for offices in examining warehouse. 

The following works were still under construction at the close of the year: — 

Nova Scotia. — Lawlor's Island Quarantine Station, engineer's cottage; Pic- 
tou, addition to public building; Stellarton, public building. 

New Brunswick. — Chipman, public building; South Nelson, public building; 
St. John, reconstruction of old post office building after fire; St. John, Partridge 
Island Quarantine Station, frame cottage. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER. 1925-26 5 

Quebec. — Maniwaki, public building; Montreal, pjcstal station "R", St. 
Denis Division, and inspection and fumigation station; Rimouski, addition to 
public building; St. Jacques de rAchigan, public building; St. Jerome, alter- 
ations to public building. 

Ontario. — Gravenhurst, public building; Kitchener, addition to public build- 
ing; Leamington, onion warehouse; Ottawa, Parliament Building tower; Port 
Colborne, public building; Stouffville, public building; Wiarton, public building. 

The following works were also undertaken and completed: — 

Military Hospitals 
London, Out. — "Westminster Hospital : alterations and additions to unit "H." 

Military BL^LDINGS 

Picton, Ont. — Drill Hall: new asbestos roof, 

Renfrew, Ont. — Armoury: new galvanized iron roof. 

Winnipeg, Man. — Armoury, McGregor street: repairs to main roof; Tuxedo 
Military Barracks: alterations to former Red Cross building for officers' mess 
room. 

Esquimau, B.C. — R. C. N. Barracks and H. M. C. Dockyard: new buildings 
and renovation to buildings after fire. 

Leases 

The cost of maintaining the public buildings was $5,530,916.54, of which 
$1,367,974.02 was paid out as rentals for buildings or parts of buildings occupied 
by different departments. 

At the end of the fiscal year 1925-26 the number of leases in force was 423, a 
decrease of nine from the preceding year. The rentals for 1924-25 as shown in 
last year's report, amounted to $1,411,179.57. The rentals for 1925-26 show a 
decrease of $43,205.55. 

The following is a table showing the number of leases in force and rentals 
paid in each province: — 

Nova Scotia 23 $ 36,627 21 

Prince Edward Island 5 805 00 

New Brunswick 23 14,121 00 

Quebec 68 92,910 78 

Ontario 101 184.361 75 

Ottawa 45 672,637 09 

Manitoba 34 65.805 04 

Saskatchewan 44 73,976 69 

Alberta 42 147,438 03 

British Columbia 36 78,631 43 

Yukon 2 660 00 

423 $ 1,367,974 02 

Rejconstruction of Parliament BL^LDTNGs 

Exterior Masonry. — The reinforced concrete spire on the tower was com- 
pleted. This work was commenced on the 9th of April and finished on the 2nd of 
June. Approximately 672 cubic yards of reinforced concrete was poured during 
this time. 

Interior Masonry. — The walls and groined ceiling of the Memorial Chamber 
were completed. The floors of the small rooms off the ante-room to the Memorial 
Chamber were set. All the Memorial Chamber walls and ceiling, together with 
the circular stairs and ante-room, were cleaned down and pointed. The groined 
ceiling at the main entrance hall was also pointed and finished. Terra cotta 



6 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

partitions were built and plastered complete, with picture mould and oak base in 
rooms 519, 563, 323 and 667. The floor was laid in the ante-room and Memorial 
Chamber. The concrete base for the clock was completed. 

Carpentry Work. — All necessary scaffolds were built to accommodate 
masons and concrete workers on the spire of the tower and in the Memorial 
Chamber, also in the main entrance hall. One hundred and six pictures were 
framed. A new door was placed in room 388. Fourteen doors and frames were 
set in the tower at the lookout and balcony level, window screens were made and 
miscellaneous work around the building was attended to. Storm sashes were 
installed in the dining room. The doorway was widened in the Governor Gen- 
eral's suite and the framework put in. 

Bronze and Copper Work. — The reinforced concrete spire on the tower was 
covered with copper. A bronze flag pole was erected and a bronze frame made 
for the cluster lights at the top. The four bronze dials in the tower were set 
and glazed with opal glass. The hands of the clock and ,the machinery for oper- 
ating them were installed. 

Ornamental Iron Work. — The permanent iron ladders were installed in the 
tower from the clock chamber platform to the top of the spire. Brass plates 
commemorative of the eight battles of the Great War were made for the floor of 
the Memorial Chamber. 

Elevators. — The long lift electric passenger elevator starting at the bell 
chamber and extending to the clock chamber was installed. The short rise 
elevator running from the Memorial Chamber to the bell chamber is approxi- 
mately seventy-five per cent completed and will be finished when the bells are 
installed. 

Electrical Work. — Electric heaters w^ere installed in the Memorial Chamber 
and the electrical work in the tower was about sixty per cent completed. New 
beacon lights were also placed at the top of the tower. 

Modelling and Carving. — ^The four soldier figures on the tower have been 
completely carved. All the models have now been completed and approved and 
the carvers are working on the altar stone for the Memorial Chamber. A con- 
tract was awarded to Ira Lake for the carving of the Memorial Chamber and 
work was commenced on March 4, 1926. 

Roadways and Sidewalks. — A new asphalt driveway was constructed across 
the front of the building and on the east and west approaches. A new granite 
curb and concrete sidewalks were also built at the front. Parking spaces for 
automobiles were made at the east and west sides of the building, 

Wrought-Iron Work. — The following iron articles were completed: thirty- 
five fire screens, eighteen pairs of firedogs, three coal boxes, thirteen small fenders, 
seven fire baskets, eighteen pokers, eighteen tongs and the large firedogs for the 
Commons reading room; a calendar stand for the table in the Commons 
Chamber; an iron ink stand for the Commons Chamber; three wrought iron desk 
lamps, similar to those supplied the Speaker of the House of Commons; iron 
mounts for five coal boxes and the forging for thirteen fire screens; a special 
iron damper for the Commons reading room chimney; and iron clamps for 
holding bronze tops on four iron rails in front of the windows at the entrance 
to the Memorial Chamber. 

Generally. — All temporary shops and the office at the east side of the 
Parliament Buildings were removed and the grounds graded ready for sodding. 
The north section of the stone shop on Sussex street was removed and only a 
sufficient portion of this building is now standing to accommodate the wrought 
iron workers and for the storage of materials. 



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The following contracts were awarded during the year: — 

Architectural Bronze & Iron Works, Limited, for two pairs of bronze doors 
complete with bronze threshold for short rise elevator in tower. 

Ira Lake, for carving in Memorial Chamber. 

Pritchard Andrews Company of Ottawa, Limited, for supplying wrought 
and ornamental iron work for the alterations to the Commons and Senate post 
offices on the ground floor. 

R. A. Sprpule & Son, for supplying interior woodwork for alterations to 
Commons and Senate post offices on ground floor. 

Monument to Sir Wilfrid Latjrier 

An open competition was held for the submission of designs for a monument, 
to the memory of the late Sir Wilfrid Laurier, which is to be erected on a site 
adjacent to the Eastern Block, on Parliament Hill. 

The assessors who judged the forty models received were the Committee 
of the Cabinet who advise on the erection and embellishment of Government 
buildings and grounds in Canada, in conjunction with the Advisory Arts Council 
for the Government of the Dominion of Canada, with whom were subsequently 
associated as advisers, Mr. H. A. MacNeil, Sculptor, the nominee of the Royal 
Academy of Arts, and Mr. J. A. Pearson, Architect, the nominee of the Royal 
Architectural Institute of Canada. 

The first award was given to the model submitted by Mr. J. Emile Brunet, 
Sculptor, of Montreal, who was accordingly granted the contract for the monu- 
ment, which consists of a bronze portrait statue on a granite pedestal. 

A public exhibition of the models received in the competition was held in 
room 124 of the Hunter building, during two weeks, thus giving the public an 
opportunity of seeing this display of sculptors' work received from overseas, 
United States and Canada. 

National Commemorative War Monument 

Competitive designs were invited for a National Commemorative War 
Monument to be erected on Connaught Place, Ottawa. 

The designs and models received were judged by Henry Sproatt, LL.D., 
R.C.A., Hermon A. MacNeil, N.A., and F. J. Shepherd, M.D., CM., LL.D., 
F.R.C.S. 

One hundred and twenty-seven designs were received in the first stage of 
the competition, and the authors of the best seven of these were asked to submit 
models of their drawings, for the second stage. 

The model awarded first place was the one submitted by Mr. Vernon March, 
Sculptor of England, who was therefore given the contract for the monument. 

After the final award had been made, the models and designs were placed 
on public exhibition in the Archives building, Sussex street, from January 30 to 
February 13. 

Telegraphs 

At the close of the fiscal year the pole mileage was 10,721:1 miles, v/ire mileage 
13,665^ miles, cables 354% knots; with 1,066 offices. 

The messages sent during the year aggregated 522,796, as compared with 
499.358 for the preceding year, an increase of 23,438. 

The expenditure on construction, repairs and maintenance was $856,143.93, 
as lagainst $905,518.60 for 1924-25, a further decrease of $49,374.67 supple- 
menting decreases of $35,159.12 in 1924-25, $19,210.90 in 1923-24 and $64,227.49 
in 1922-23, making a total of $167,972.18 in the last four years. 



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As regards revenue, the net traffic revenue derived from the operation of the 
Government Telegraph Service during 1925-26 was $287,719.58, showing an 
increase over 1924-25 of $4,823.15, distributed amongst the various provinces as 
follows: — 



Bay of Fundy 

Cape Breton 

Chatham-Escurainac 

North Shore, east of Bersimis. 
North Shore, west of Bersimis. . 

Quebec County 

Anticosti (leased) 

Orleans System 

Magdalen Islands 

Pelee Island., 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Dawson- Ashcroft 

British Columbia Mainland.. 
Vancouver Island 



Increase 


Decrease 


$ 104 05 


$ 


478 89 


• ••••••• 


509 59 




368 24 




1,853 79 







251 21 




552 98 


89 70 




353 07 






121 45 




136 63 


382 ii 






5,078 87 


3,045 72 




3,779 10 




$10,964 29 


$ 6,141 14 



Net increase $ 4,823 15 

The foregoing shows that the revenue has increased in every district but five. 
In Quebec county the decreased activity in the lumber industry of the regions 
served by these lines affected the revenue, 1,680 fewer mesS(ages than in the 
previous year being handled. 

The decrease in Pelee Island was due to the fact that the cable between 
Pelee Island and the mainland was interrupted in the autumn of 1925, and only 
repaired in the summer of 1926, the frozen condition of the lake and the unfavour- 
able weather during the spring causing the delay. 

In Saskatchewan the decrease resulted from the closing, during the year, of 
four offices, rearrangements in the operation of others and the abandoning of 102 
miles of line. The cost of maintenance and operation was $11,706.34 less in 
1925-26 than in 1924-25, yet the reduction in revenue was only $136.63. 

The decrease in revenue from the Yukon System was caused by the closing 
to traffic of a section of this line between Hazelton, B.C., and Telegraph Creek, 
from April to September. This was done to give the wireless stations an oppor- 
tunity to ,ascertain if they could give a satisfactory service to all Yukon and 
northern British Columbia points and with the view of reducing the maintenance 
cost of the land line. With the reopening of this line, a rearrangement of the 
sections was effected whereby six stations were closed, thus decreasing the cost 
of operation. 

To meet a requirement of the Excise Act passed at the session of 1922, there 
was collected for the Department of Customs and Excise .a tax of $6,294.86 on all 
telegraphic business handled by the Government Telegraph Service. 

The gross revenue from all sources was $294,181. 

National Gallery 

The success achieved during the year by the National Gallery in( the 
development of art in Canada has been most satisfactory. Considerable improve- 
ment has been made in the method of purchasing Canadian works for the 
national collection. Previously a small committee of the Board of Trustees made 
selections from each individual exhibition as it occurred. At present, a com- 
mittee of the board, with the director, visits all recognized exhibitions of art and 
invites selections that are considered the best work to a special exhibition held 
in Ottawa once a year. From this collection the entire board carefully chooses 
the purchases for the National Gallery. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER, 1925-26 9 

As a result of the loan exhibitions, several centres are now providing oi) 
planning suitable art galleries, and showing other tangible proofs of an increasing 
interest in art. The National Gallery brought together in England an important 
collection of contemporary British painting, which was exhibited in Ottawa, 
Montreal, Toronto, and Winnipeg. In places where personal lecturing is 
impracticable, a system of written lectures, illustrated by lantern slides, has been 
inaugurated. These lectures are free, and are proving very effective in spreading 
authentic art information. 

The management of the Canadian Section of Fine Arts of the British Empire 
Exhibition has been one of the most successful works carried out by the National 
Gallery. As a result of the tour of the provincial galleries in England, a special 
selection of twenty-five Canadian pictures, chosen by the Belgian Government, 
was sent to Ghent ,as part of the British represeptation in the International 
Exhibition held there. This signal honour is indicative of the appreciation won 
by Canadian art abroad. Canada was the only British Dominion invited to 
participate, and of the 125 pictures in the British Section twenty-five were 
Canadian works. The Canadian Exhibition at Wembley was again invited this 
year to be exhibited in several of the principal galleries in England. As a result 
of this, Canadian artists have received invitations to exhibit at the International 
Exhibition in Pittsburg, at Los Angeles and Philadelphia, and in other foreign 
exhibitions. 

Loan exhibitions were sent to the following cities and towns: — 

Halifax, N.S.; Fort William, Guelph, London, Napanee, Stratford, Walker- 
ville, Ont. ; Winnipeg, Man.; Moose Jaw, Sask.; Edmonton, Alta.; New West- 
minster, Prince Rupert, Victoria, B.C. 

Among the principal accessions made to the collection during the year were 
thirty-one oil paintings and a pastel, the titles of which, with the names of the 
authors, will be found in the report of the trustees of the National Gallery 
included in this volume. 



Appended to this report will be found detailed statements from the different 
branches, giving full particulars of the various works carried out by the depart- 
ment during the year. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. B. HUNTER, 

Deputy Minister. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS 



By R. C. Wright, Chief Architect 



NOVA SCOTIA 

HALIFAX 

Lawlor's Island Quarantine Station. — A portion of the old stores building 
was demolished and on the site a new cottage was constructed for the engineer. 
The building is 56 by 29 feet, of frame construction on concrete foundations. 
It is one story high and heated by hot air. A drain is laid from the cottage 
to the sea and water connections are made with the supply main. The First-class 
Detention hospital, which was beyond repair, was torn down. The engineer's 
old cottage was repaired. All the buildings were overhauled and painted. 

Generally. — Various repairs and improvements were made to the Bellevue 
building and Rockhead quarantine hospital. 

LIVEEPOOL 

Public Building. — A new tower clock was installed to replace the old one 
which was worn out and beyond repair. The building was repaired and painted. 

LUNENBURG 

Public Building. — Alterations were made in the customs offices. Wickets 
were cut in the partitions next to the hall and fitted with sashes. The counter 
was enlarged and placed adjacent to the wall. The electric lighting was altered 
to suit the new requirements. 

NORTH SYDNEY 

Public Building. — Repairs were made to the stonework, woodwork, plumb- 
ing, slate and copper roofs. The interior and exterior of the building were 
painted. Three five-light standards were placed on the street in front of the 
building. 

PICTOU 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the construction of an 
addition to the rear of the public building. This addition is 44 by 15 feet, of 
stone, one-story high with basement. It will provide increased space for post 
office purposes. The interior of the building was cleaned, painted and kalso- 
mined. 

STELLARTON 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the erection of a public 
building. The site for this building was purchased in 1912 and comprises two 
lots having a frontage of 98 feet on the western side of Main street by a depth 
of 130 feet on one lot, and 140 feet on the other. The building measures 40 feet 
on Main street by a depth of 33 feet 6 inches, with an annex, 13 feet 4 inches 
by 3 feet 6 inches, and is a brick structure on concrete foundations, one and 
one-half stories high. The exterior steps are of stone. The cornice is metal and 
the roof is covered with readv-roofing shingles. The building is heated by steam. 
The ground floor will provide accommodation for the post office and the second 
floor for living quarters. Plans and specifications have been prepared for the 
mterior fittings. 

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REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT, 1926-26 11 

SYDNEY 

Public Building. — The addition to the building described in last year's 
report has been completed. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements or repairs were made, or painting done to 
the public buildings at Antigonish, Baddeck, Bridgewater, Inverness, New Glas- 
gow, Parrsboro, Sydney Mines, Truro, Westville and Windsor. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

CHARLOTTETOWN 

Public Building. — General repairs were made. 

MONTAGUE 

Public Building. — A concrete sidewalk was laid and a step and railing were 
erected in front of the building. A new concrete retaining wall was constructed 
and the roadway graded. 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

CHATHAM 

Public Building. — The building was rewired for electric lighting and new 
fixtures were provided. The interior fittings were altered and additional boxes 
installed. 

CHIPMAN 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the erection of a public 
building on a site having a frontage of 103 feet 6 inches on the Canadian 
Pacific Railway right of way, with a depth of 67 feet on the west and 96 
feet 2 inches on Gordon road. The building is 29 feet 6 inches by 32 feet 6 
inches, with an annex 10 feet 6 inches by 5 feet. It is one-story high, of brick, 
on concrete foundations, and the roof is covered with asbestos shingles. The 
building is arranged for post office purposes. It is heated by a hot air furnace. 
A well was sunk 80 feet in depth, to supply the drinking water. The interior 
fittings are being installed by contract. 

EDMUNDSTON 

Public Building. — The new public building, described in last year's report, 
has been completed. The installation of the interior fittings was carried out 
under contract. 

SOUTH NELSON 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded to construct a public build- 
ing on a site having a frontage of 50 feet on the public highway, by a depth 
of 100 feet. It is a one-story brick structure on concrete foundations and 
measures 29 feet 6 inches by 32 feet 6 inches, with an annex 10 feet 6 inches by 
5 feet. It will provide accommodation for the post office. The heating is by hot 
air furnace. Water is obtained from a well and supplied to the building by an 
electrically-driven deep-well pump and pressure tank. The post office fittings 
are being supplied and installed by contract. 



12 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

ST. JOHN 

Customs Buildvng. — Repairs were made to the copper work of the roof 
and tower. Basement areas were taken down and rebuilt. Repairs were made 
to the passenger elevator and new switch control cables installed. General 
alterations and repairs were made in the basement and on the ground floor. 

NeiD Public Building. — The concrete sidewalk in front of the building was 
repaired. Steel beams were placed in the opening left for taking in the boilers 
at the rear of the post office. The conduit was fitted up to supply power for the 
freight elevator and new plates were placed on the gates. 

Old Post Office. — As mentioned in last year's report the whole top story 
and roof were destroyed by fire on March 15, 1925, and the building was dam- 
aged throughout. It has now been entirely remodelled and converted into a 
first-class modern office structure. 

Contracts were awarded for a steel and fireproof roof, a steam heating 
system, passenger and freight elevators and marble and terrazzo flooring. 

As considerable damage was done by water, practically the whole build- 
ing was replastered. New hardwood floors were laid throughout. On the first 
floor, wood and glass partitions were removed and terra cotta partitions erected. 
The fourth story, which is under the roof level, was entirely reconstructed, and 
practically adds an additional floor to the building. The partitions are of terra 
cotta, forming offices for the Engineering Branch and janitor's quarters. The 
ground floor corridor and the floors of the lavatories are of terrazzo. The main 
corridor walls have a dado 7 feet high of Missisquoi marble, while the walls of^ 
the lavatories have one of Keene's cement. The divisions in the toilet rooms are 
of marble. The windows are provided with weather stripping. The heating 
apparatus, with the exception of the boiler, is new, including vacuum and feed 
pump, piping and radiators. The plumbing work was entirely renewed and 
remodelled, and a stand pipe, with valves and hose on each floor, was provided 
for fire protection. A vacuum cleaning system was installed with two outlets on 
each corridor, also with cleaning hose and attachments. The motor and fan for 
this system are placed in the sub-basement. The engineer's plan-room on the 
fourth floor is constructed of fireproof materials, with concrete floor and Kala- 
mein doors. A revolving door has been installed at the main entrance on Prince 
William street. The entire building is wired in conduit for electric light and new 
fixtures are provided. The building is equipped with electric passenger and 
freight elevators. The walls and woodwork were painted. 

Quarantine Station, Partridge Island. — A contract was awarded for the con- 
struction of a cottage. The building, which is 24 by 34 feet, is of frame con- 
struction on concrete foundations, the walls being clapboarded and the roof 
shingled. The floors are of hardwood. The heating is supplied by a hot air 
furnace. In the living room there is an open fireplace. 

The old brick house was remodelled for a stable, workshop and store-room 
for the ambulance. A 5-inch galvanized iron pipe was laid from the wharf 
to the fuel-oil tank for conveying oil from the lighter to the tank. The fuel 
tank was repaired and the coil of the container shellacked. The boiler breech- 
mg in the Third-class Detention building was renewed. New copper ventilators 
were placed on the First-class Detention building and medical superintendent's 
residence. 

New furnace pipes were installed in several buildings. General repairs and 
painting were done to the exterior of the power plant and repairs made to the 
boiler. The exterior of the medical officer's residence and the interior of the main 
hospital were repainted. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT, 1926-26 13 

SHEDIAC 

Public Building. — This building, described in last year's report, has been 
completed by the installation, under contract, of post office and customs fittings. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements or repairs were made, or painting done 
to the public buildings at Bathurst, Fairville, Fredericton, Grand Falls, Hamp- 
ton, Hartland, Hillsborough, Milltown, St. Stephen, Sussex and Woodstock. 

QUEBEC 

DANVILLE 

Post Office. — Office fitting.s were installed. 

LORETTEVILLE 

Public Building. — The building, referred to in last year's report, was fully 
completed. A separate system of drainage for the basement floors was provided. 
A concrete sidewalk was constructed. Interior fittings of oak, including letter 
boxes and brass plates, were installed in the post office. 

MANIWAKI 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the erection of a public build- 
ing to afford accommodation for the postal service. It is situated at the south- 
east corner of Laird and Notre Dame streets, the building^being placed diagonally 
to the corner. The structure is a mansard roof type, two stories high with base- 
ment, and faced with tapestry brick and stone trimmings. The roof is covered 
with asbestos shingles and has a metal cornice. The first floor will be occupied 
by the post office, and the second floor has living quarters for the caretaker. 
The building is heated by steam, lighted by electricity and drained to a septic 
tank. A well was sunk for the supply of water. Post office fittings of oak, 
together with brass plates and post office boxes, were installed. 

MONTREAL 

General Post Office. — The old smokestack was replaced by a 20-inch diame- 
ter flue, and the oil tank, meter main and vent pipes v/ere installed in the oil 
storage room. The offices for the district superintendent were renovated. Forti- 
fication lane was filled in, graded and an asphalt surface laid. A pipe rail was 
installed at the curb on St. Francois Xavier street and a porch was erected over 
the main entrance. Partitions were made on the third floor to separate offices 
and fifteen electric light fixtures were installed. Several other minor repairs 
and alterations were carried out. 

Forest Products Laboratory. — This building, situated at 700 University 
street, was given free of rent by McGill University for research work and was 
altered to suit the requirements of the Forestry Branch. Repairs were made to 
the building and a heating system was installed. An additional building, 56 by 
16 feet, was erected. 

New Examining Warehouse. — Six pairs of collapsible doors were provided. 
The first floor was partitioned to provide three offices, and electric light fixtures 
in connection therewith were installed. New locks were placed on all doors. 
Plaster partitions, including doors and iron grilles for ventilation, were erected 
in the bond room. The offices on the third floor on the south side of the building 
were renovated. Wire partitions (taken from stock) were installed on the third 
to seventh floors inclusively, and a terra cotta partition was erected on the 



14 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

seventh floor. Alterations to the heating system were carried out and electric 
lighting fixtures provided in the Income Tax Branch. The roof was repaired. 
Five Burnall fuel-saving devices were installed in connection with the heating 
equipment. 

Postal Station " R," St. Denis Division. — A contract was awarded for the 
construction of a building to afford accommodation for the postal service. The 
site, which was purchased in 1924, is situated on the west side of St. Denis street, 
about 50 feet south of Beaubien street, and has a frontage of 51 feet on St. Denis 
street by a depth of 130 feet 6 inches to a lane, 18 feet wide, at the rear. The 
building is two stories in height, 51 by 80 feet on the first floor and 51 by 44 
feet on the second floor, with full-sized basement. The front elevation and the 
north and south side return-panels are faced with tapestry brick. The remainder 
of the walls are faced with common brick. The facade above the granite base, 
including entrances, parapet, cornice and copings, is trimmed with cut sandstone. 
The brick parapet walls are finished with metal copings. The building is heated 
by hot water and lighted by electricity. Piping is laid for gas to be used in the 
kitchen on the second floor. The basement will be used as a boiler room and for 
storage. The first floor is for the accommodation of the post office. The second 
floor is to be subdivided for future office accommodation. The installation of 
interior fittings in oak, brass plates, boxes, etc., is being carried out under 
contract. 

Inspection and Fumigation Station. — A contract was awarded for the erec- 
tion of an inspection and fumigation station for the Department of Agriculture. 
The site is located between the Lachine canal and Mill street, with 120 feet on 
Mill street and approximately 140 feet deep. The lot is owned by the Montreal 
Harbour Commission and leased to the Department of Agriculture. The build- 
ing is a one-story structure, 139 by 50 feet, constructed of brick on a concrete 
foundation, and is divided into several inspection rooms with facilities for fumi- 
gating shipments of merchandise. The external walls are of hollow tile, faced 
with brick and terminated by a cement coping. The boiler room is situated in 
the rear with a large smokestack. Alongside the building is an 8-foot loading 
platform with iron guard railings. The floors are of concrete. The building 
will be heated by a medium pressure steam boiler and lighted by electricity. 

Generally. — ^Various repairs were carried out in connection with the follow- 
ing buildings, viz., old customs house, postal stations " A," " B," " C," " E," " F," 
" G," " H-," " N," Hochelaga and Delorimier, and immigration detention hospital. 

RIMOUSKI 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the construction of an addition 
at the rear of the main building to provide further accommodation for the post 
office, and space for an examining warehouse and toilet rooms. The original 
one-story examining warehouse was removed from the roof down to the level 
of the window sills. A portion of the rear wall of the main building was taken 
out. The exterior walls of the new extension were constructed of stone and 
brickwork to match the present work. The copings are of galvanized iron. The 
heating apparatus was overhauled and new mains and radiators were provided 
for the new addition. The post office fittings have not yet been installed. 

ST. JACQUES DE L^ACHIGAN 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the erection of a public build- 
ing. The site upon which the building is to be constructed is at the northwest 
corner of Main and St. Jacques streets, with a frontage of 53 feet on Main 
street by a depth of 123 feet. The necessary excavation has been carried out 
and the forms for concrete foundations are in place. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT, 1925-26 15 



ST. JEROME 



Public Building. — Alterations were started for the purpose of increasing the 
post office accommodation. The customs offices were moved to the second floor. 
A side entrance and new stairs were constructed and the present stairs and par- 
titions removed. The plumbing, heating and lighting systems are being over- 
hauled. New post office fittings will be installed. 



VERDUN 



Public Building. — This building, which was referred to in last year's report, 
has been fully completed. Interior fittings for the post office, with boxes, drawers, 
brass fronts, etc., were supplied and installed. Oil burners were placed on two 
boilers and roadways constructed around the building. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements, repairs or painting were carried out in 
connection with public buildings at Buckingham, Chicoutimi, Drummondville, 
Jonquieres, Levis, Megantic, Pierreville, Quebec (examining warehouse, immi- 
gration building and St. Roch postal station), Riviere-du-Loup, St. Hyacinthe, 
St. Jean and Sorel. 

ONTARIO 

BRIDGEBURG 

Public Building. — Alterations were made to the customs offices. The Long 
room was moved from the first to the second floor. New fittings, a counter 
and screen were provided. The obsolete electric wiring and gas lighting were 
removed, the building rewired and new fixtures provided throughout. The entire 
building was cleaned and decorated. 

ESSEX 

Public Building. — Two new magazine-feed hot-water boilers, with con- 
nections and radiation, were installed. The whole building was decorated. 

GRAVEN HURST 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the construction of a public 
building for postal and customs purposes. The site was purchased in 1913 and 
is situated on the northwest corner of Muskoka and Bay streets, having a front- 
age of 100 feet on Muskoka street and 99 feet on Bay street. The building is 
one-story high with basement. The external walls are of tapestry brick with 
cut-stone trimmings, the cornices and parapets of metal, the foundations and 
footings of concrete and the interior dividing walls of brick. The roof is 
flat and supported by steel columns and beams. A concrete septic tank pro- 
vides for the disposal of sewage. The building is lighted by electricity and 
heated by hot air. Post office fittings, brass plates and post ofiice boxes are 
being supplied and installed by contract. 

HAMILTON 

Public Building. — A new passenger elevator, with enclosure, was installed. 
Wire guards were provided for protection purposes in the Money Order Branch 
of the Post Office Department. 

Postal Station "B". — The grounds were graded and seeded. 
Postal Station "C". — An observation gallery was constructed. Repairs 
were made to the heating system. 



16 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

KINGSTON 

Customs House. — Alterations, including redecoration and certain changes 
to the electric lighting, were made to the second floor to provide accommodation 
for the Taxation Branch. The cashiers' cages and a counter were installed. 

R.M.C. New Dormitory Building. — A hot-water heater and tank were in- 
stalled. Concrete sidewalks, curbs and asphalt macadam roadways were con- 
structed. The grounds surrounding the building were graded, sodded and seeded. 
Old surface drains were removed and new ones installed. 

KITCHENER 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for alterations and additions to 
the existing public building to provide additional space for the post office and 
customs offices on the ground floor, and for the customs and income tax offices 
on the second floor. The original annex was demolished and replaced by an "L" 
shaped brick addition, the main portion of which is 50 feet 8 inches by 59 feet, 
and the rear portion, 31 feet by 46 feet 6 inches. The whole addition is one- 
story, with the exception of a portion, 45 by 31 feet, adjoining the present 
building, which is two stories in height. The external walls up to the plinth are 
of stone. The side entrance jambs and arch, window sills, heads and string 
courses are of cut stone. The outside walls are of red pressed-brick to match 
the present work. The ground floor contains inspection gallery, mail lobby, 
couriers' room, hall and stairs, customs postal parcels and examining warehouse, 
and has a freight elevator and an outside shipping-platform. On the second 
floor there are four offices and lavatories. The basement provides accommoda- 
tion for the customs and post office stores, the cleaner's room and the men's 
lavatory. The building is heated by steam and lighted by electricity. The 
mterior fittings for the post oflfice and customs are being installed under contract. 
A portion of this building is used as an armoury and has been provided with 
shooting gallery and targets, store-closet and toilet room. 

LEAMINGTON 

Onion Warehouse. — A contract was awarded for the erection of a one-story 
onion warehouse, 50 by 100 feet, and 20 feet high with attic. The building is of 
wood construction, resting on concrete foundations. The site is situated on 
Melrose avenue, and has a frontage of 250 feet by a depth of 127 feet 3 inches 
to a public lane, in the rear, 14 feet wide. The roof is covered with cedar 
shingles and provided with 15-inch ventilators. The building is wired for elec- 
tric lights. A second contract was awarded for the supply of 30,000 crates. 

LONDON 

Customs House. — ^Alterations and repairs were made to accommodate the 
district engineer's offices, which were moved into this building. The work 
included fitting up the blue print room and ladies' wash-room and changing 
or installing electric lighting and bells. 

Post Office. — Alterations were made on the second and third floors. Doors 
were changed and new ones opened. Toilets were rearranged and the stamp 
vendor's office on the first floor was altered, 

NAPANEE 

Public Building. — Two new magazine-feed boilers were installed and the 
plumbing system was entirely overhauled. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT, 1926-26 17 

PORT COLBORNE 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the erection of a public 
building on an "L" shaped site having a 132-foot frontage on Clarence street 
with a flankage of 82 feet 6 inches on King street, and 165 feet on the other side. 
The structure has a frontage of 98 feet 10 inches on Clarence street and 38 feet 
11 inches on King street, and will provide accommodation for postal and customs 
services, collector of canal revenues. Statistical Officer for the Department of 
Railways and Canals and caretaker's quarters. The building has concrete 
foundations, faced with stone up to the plinth level. The exterior walls are 
faced with red tapestry or rough-faced brick. The cornices and coping are of 
Toncan metal. Vaults are provided for the customs and post office, and a dumb- 
waiter is placed between the first and second floors. The building is heated by 
hot water and lighted by electricity. A septic tank takes care of the drainage. 

STOUFFVILLE 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the construction of a public 
building to accommodate the post office, with living quarters on the second 
floor for the postmaster and caretaker. The site is situated at the southwest 
corner of Main and Market streets, having a frontage of 55 feet 8 inches on 
Main street by a depth of 110 feet on Market street. The building is 40 feet 
by 33 feet 6 inches, one and one-half stories high with an annex 13 feet 6 inches 
by 3 feet 6 inches, one-story high. It is of mansard roof type with concrete 
basement walls, and is faced with rug brick and stone trimmings. The building 
is heated by a steam gravity system and lighted by electricity. A septic tank 
was constructed in the rear of the building. Pedestal electric lights were placed 
on the copings of the main entrance steps. The interior fittings will be of oak 
with brass plates, boxes and drawers. 

TORONTO 

Seed Branch Laboratory Building. — The building at 84 Collier street for the 
Seed Branch of the Department of Agriculture, referred to in last year's report, 
was completed. Interior fittings were supplied and installed. 

Generally. — Sundry repairs were made to the Assistant Receiver General's 
building, postal stations "D" and "F", post office and additions, and Keen Build- 
ing, 185 Spadina avenue. 

WIARTON 

Public Building. — A contract was awarded for the construction of a public 
building on a site purchased in 1912. The property is situated on the southeast 
corner of Berford and George streets with a frontage of 100 feet on Berford 
street by a depth of 70 feet on George street. The building will have a frontage 
of 58 feet 5 inches by a depth of 34 feet 5 inches, with a wing 25 feet 3 inches 
by 15 feet deep. It will be one-story high over a full-sized basement, and will 
provide accommodation for the post office and customs. The basement will be 
utilized for the heating apparatus and storage. The walls will be faced with 
rock limestone and will have tooled jambs, reveals, sills and keystones. The 
main cornice and balustrade will be of cut stone with artificial stone balusters. 
The building will be wired throughout for electric lighting and heated by a hot 
air system. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements, repairs or painting were carried out in con- 
nection with public buildings at Barrie, Belleville, Brantford, Brussels, Cayuga. 
Chatham, Dresden, Dundas, Elmira, Fort William (customs building), Grimsby, 

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Lakefield, Listowel, Midland, Milverton, Mitchell, Mount Forest, Niagara 
Falls, North Bay, Orillia, Oshawa, Owen Sound, Palmerston, Paris, Parkhill, 
Peterborough, Petrolia, Picton, Port Arthur (customs building and public build- 
ing), Prescott, Sandwich, Sault Ste. Marie, Steelton, Strathroy, St. Catharines, 
St. Thomas, Uxbridge, Walkerton, Walkerville, Waterloo, Welland, Windsor 
and Woodstock. 

FUEL-SAVING DEVICES 

Fuel-saving devices were installed in the following public buildings, viz., 
Chesley, Clinton, Goderich, Hanover, Harriston, Kincardine, Listowel, Mitchell, 
Palmerston, Petrolia, Sarnia and Toronto. 

OTTAWA 

Generally. — The usual attention was given to works of maintenance and 
repairs to all Government-owned buildings, and the grounds, roads and walks 
about the buildings were kept in good condition. 

Parliament Hill. — The asphalt surface driveway around the Parliament 
Building was completed. The work was done by contract. 

Library of Parliament. — ^The doors and window frames were caulked and 
fitted with metal weather strip. Alterations were made to the heating system 
and additional radiators installed. The storm sash, window sash and frames, 
face of dome, coping, pillars, etc., were painted. 

Live Stock Branch, 415 Wellington Street. — A new drain was laid connect- 
ing this building with the street sewer on Wellington street. Interior alterations 
were carried out, including new lavatory fixtures, extra radiation and electric 
lighting, for the accommodation of the Live Stock Branch. Two small boilers 
were removed and one large steam boiler was installed. 

Hunter Building. — An oil-burning equipment was installed on No. 3 boiler. 
A heating tunnel was constructed under Qiieen street connecting the Hunter 
Building with the Harris and Campbell Building, for the purpose of carrying 
steam mains to provide heat in the latter. General maintenance repairs and 
slight alterations were carried out. 

Victoria Museum. — Oil-burning equipments were placed on si"x boilers, and 
an oil storage tank was provided. Alterations were made to the coping over the 
main entrance, upon which a new roof was constructed. 

Ore and Fuel-Testing Station, Booth Street. — Water and gas connections 
were made to the new ore-dressing laboratory, and structural steel to suppgrt 
the third floor was installed. The garage was re-roofed and down-pipe and 
drain connections were provided. A frame shed, in which a heating equipmeni- 
was installed, was constructed with a coal bunker on concrete foundations, 
and a steel smoke stack, 60 feet in height, built. 

Dominion Archives Building. — A contract was awarded for the remodelling 
of the old building, which work could not be done until after the new building 
was completed and oecupied. These alterations consisted principally in dividing 
the old library on the first floor to form new offices and a corridor, altering 
and removing partitions, removing bindery from basement to top floor, fitting 
up dark rooms and erecting machinery, etc. The building was painted inside 
and outside, and the floors were scraped and revarnished. 

In the new building steel filing cases, wood and glass exhibition cases and 
special bookcases were supplied. 

Rideau Hall. — The old greenhouses Nos. 1 and 2 were demolished and 
replaced by a standard type, curved eave greenhouse. The foundation walls, 
floor, walks, heating and lighting were executed by day labour. The super- 
structure was erected by contract. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT, 1925-26 19 

The old baggage hoist was replaced by a modern hand power elevator and 
522 feet of iron fence and gates were erected. The interior woodwork of the 
palm house was painted. 

Experimental Farm. — The old botanical building was remodelled and 
fitted up as offices for the Bacteriological and the Cereal Divisions and a new 
greenhouse erected at the rear for cereal work. A storehouse was erected in 
connection with the Poultry Division. The roof of the building occupied by the 
Forestry Division was changed from a flat to a slope roof to give more 
accommodation. Stone gate posts were erected at the entrance to the arboretum 
and iron gates placed at this entrance and also at the entrance to the Farm 
opposite. General repairs were made and painting done to the various buildings 
on the Farm. 

MANITOBA 

WINNIPEG 

Main Immigration Hall, No. 1. — After the Post Office Department had 
moved postal station "A" from this building, extensive alterations and improve- 
ments were carried out to afford additional accommodation for the Department 
of Immigration. Interior partitions were changed, elevators removed and the 
electric lighting service was altered and improved. The kitchens were equipped 
with gas ranges. The exterior of the building was painted and minor repairs 
were executed. 

Laboratory and Cereal Rxist Investigation Building. — A contract was 
awarded to construct this building for tlie Department of Agriculture. It is 
erected on a one-acre plot close to the electric street railway line, facing the 
principal avenue, in the Agricultural College grounds of the Provincial Gov- 
ernment of Manitoba, at St. Vital, adjacent to Winnipeg. The building is one 
and one-half stories in height, with a high basement. It has a frontage of 45 
feet on the avenue by a depth of 53 feet, and is constructed with concrete 
foundation and brick superstructure. It is faced with pressed brick and cut 
stone trimmings The roof is covered with asbestos shingles.. The basement 
provides accommodation for storage and rough laboratory work. The first 
floor provides two laboratories, each approximately 18 by 33 feet, two offices 
each being approximately 17 feet square, and a toilet room for women. On 
the second floor there are three laboratories, a store-room and a toilet room 
for men. The building is heated from the central heating plant of the Manitoba 
Agricultural College, and the necessary radiators were installed. Sp>ecial steam 
mains were carried to the sterilizers and other laboratory equipment. The 
water supply is obtained from the college mains. The building is wired and 
the necessary fixtures are installed for electric lighting, and electric connections 
are pro\'ided for heaters, ovens, sterilizers and other laboratory equipment. 
Gas piping is also laid to several of the laboratory tables as required. 

Generally. — Sundry repairs were made to the customs building, customs 
examining warehouse, general post office and postal station "B". 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements or repairs were made or painting done to 
the public buildings at Brandon, Carman, Dauphin, Emerson, Minnedosa, 
Morden, Neepawa, Portage la Prairie, Souris and Virden. 

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SASKATCHEWAN 

MOOSE JAW 

Public Building.— The interior and exterior o! the building were painted, 
and repairs were made to the plaster work, elevator, etc. 

REGINA 

Assistant Receiver General's Building. — New sewer and water services were 
provided. The elevator was repaired and the building generally repaired and 
painted. 

Generally. —Sundry repairs were made to the public building and customs 
examining warehouse. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements or repairs were made or painting done 
to the public buildings at Battleford, Estevan, Humboldt, Indian Head (forestry 
office). Maple Creek, Melfort, Prince Albert (public building and immigration 
hall). Saskatoon, Sutherland (forestry nursery station), Weybum and Yorkton. 

ALBERTA 

CALGARY 

Examining Warehouse. — Offices were fitted up for the Forestry Branch. 
Repairs were made to the elevator and new cables put in. The smokestack 
was renewed and alterations were made to the plumbing. 

Generally. — Minor repairs were made to the Assistant Receiver General's 
"building and inamigration building. 

EDMONTON 

Public Building. — Offices were fitted up for the Taxation Branch. A new 
hot water heating tank was proAdded and repairs and alterations were made to 
the plumbing, elevators and sidewalks. 

Immigration Building. — General repairs were carried out. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements or repairs were made or painting done to 
the public buildings at Bassano, Coutts (immigration building), Grande Prairie 
(immigration building), Lethbridge, Peace River (immigration building and 
telegraph building), and Strathcona. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

BENTINCK ISLAND 

Lazaretto. — Two cottages, one for Chinese lepers and the other for white 
lepers, were constructed. An electric light and water service plant, including 
water storage tank, was supplied and installed. 

COTJRTENAY 

Public Building. — The public building, with accommodation for the post 
office, customs and caretaker's quarters, referred to in last year's report, has 
been completed. A cement pavement was put down on the two street fronts 
and the grounds and lawns were enclosed with wooden and iron fences. A 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT, 1925-26 21 

driveway was constructed from one street to the other. Oak fittings with post- 
office box and drawer fronts and brass plates, for the post office and customs, 
were installed. 

DUNCAN 

Examining Warehouse. — The roofs were repaired and new down-pipes ami 
gutters installed. 

KAMLOOPS 

New Public Building. — The new public building, referred to in last year's 
report, has been completed and furnished with interior fittings for the post 
office and customs. A concrete pavement was laid over the whole area of the 
courtyard, lane and space between the city sidewalk and building. An iron 
fence was erected between the southern end of the building and adjoining lane, 
and gates were provided. 

Old Post Office. — General repairs were carried out. 

NEW WESTMINSTER 

Public Building. — A tunnel was constructed under the lane to unite the 
public building and examining warehouse. The examining warehouse was 
re-divided to provide accommodation for the letter carriers. The joists and 
flooring in the examining warehouse were renewed and general repairs carried 
out. 

Pacific Highway, Customs and Immigration Building. — A new and larger 
septic tank, with absorption bed, was constructed. The property was fenced 
and sidewalks were laid. A portion of the ground, at the rear of the building, 
was filled and graded. 

REVELSTOKE 

Public Building. — The new public building, referred to in last year's report, 
has been completed. The basement was partitioned for the land office stores. 
The fittings for the post office and customs, including brass plates, post office 
boxes and drawers, were installed. 

VANCOUVER 

Examining Warehouse. — After the old post office building was sold, the 
assay office and the gas and electricity office with their complete equipment, were 
transferred to the examining warehouse and a portion of the building was fitted 
up for these offices. Partitions were erected, cement floors laid, brick walls 
furred, lathed and plastered, the electric lighting was rearranged, new toilet 
accommodation provided, new gas and water mains were laid and a new ventilat- 
ing system for various fume cupboards and melting furnaces was installed. 
Elevator doorways in the concrete walls were built up. A new concrete vault 
was constructed and equipped with a burglar alarm system. The whole premises 
were cleaned, painted or varnished where required. 

Winch Building. — This building is situated on the northeast corner of Hast- 
ings street west and Howe street immediately adjacent to the new post office. 
The building is fireproof with stone fagade on the two street fronts. The 
acquisition of this property vests in the Dominion Government the whole front- 
age on Hastings street, between Granville and Howe streets, and on Howe street 
from Hastings street to the line of the railway property. 

It is the intention to move the present customs offices, in the post office 
building, into the Winch Building, to afford increased accommodation for the 
p>ost office, allotting to them the whole post office building. In addition, this 
building will provide accommodation for the Geological Survey, Harbour Com- 



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mission, Shipping Master, Port Warden, Master and Mates Examiner, Tidal 
Survey, Department of Indian Affairs, Fair Wage Office, Water Power Brancli, 
Health of Animals Branch, Soldier Settlement Board, Fruit Inspector, Grain 
Commission and Department of Marine and Fisheries. A passage was con- 
structed between the basement of the post office building and that of the Winch 
Building. Alterations are being made to suit the requirements of the various 
(fepartments. 

Grain Office.— k building, 40 by 30 feet, on concrete foundations with base- 
ment, was constructed next the grain elevators on Salisbury drive, to provide 
accommodation for the grain inspectors' offices. 

VICTORIA 

Public Building. — A concrete pavement was constructed on the driveway 
from the street to the building, and on the remaining portion a new concrete 
surface laid. The walls and ceilings of the courtyard, pipes, ironwork and 
woodwork were painted. 

Astrophysical Observatory. — Sundry repairs were made. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements or repairs were made or painting done 
to the public buildings at Ashcroft, Chilliwack, Cranbrook, Cumberland, Digby 
Island (quarantine hospital). Grand Forks, Nanaimo, North Vancouver, Ross- 
land, William Head (quarantine station). 

MILITARY HOSPITALS 

LONDON, ONT. 

Westminster Hospital. — A contract was awarded for alterations and addi- 
tions to unit "H", comprising the removal of brick veneer on the existing exterior 
walls, which became interior walls by the building of additions. The new 
addition is a two-story brick veneer structure on a concrete foundation, with 
the sills and heads to windows of cut stone and the roof covered with five-ply 
tarred felt and pitch. All interior woodwork is finished in pine. The first and 
second floors are of tile, on cinder concrete, with skirting, coves, etc. The 
walls have tile dadoes, 7 feet in height, with tile capping. The window sashes, 
frames and fly screens were repainted. Room 731 was converted into an observa- 
tion room. Guards^ similar to those in other parts of the building, were provided 
for the windows of rooms 731 and 732. A water softening plant in the boiler 
room of the power house, consisting of two vertical steel water softeners and 
one steel salt tank, was installed including supports and connections. Boilers 
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 were retubed with standard lap-welded steel tubes. The brick 
arches and walls of three boilers were demolished and rebuilt, and repairs made 
to two boilers. The concrete floor in the boiler room was relaid. The felt roofs 
of the buildings were recoated and repaired. The chief mental attendant's 
cottage was covered with stucco. The eavestroughing and conductor pipes were 
replaced. Two fire escapes, similar to the existing ones, were erected at the 
extreme ends of wards "C" and "E". An iron ladder was built from the balcony 
of the theatre building to the ground. A new exterior door, corresponding with 
the existing ones, was installed at the end of the large dining room. Another 
exterior door, similar to the one in ward "D," was constructed in ward "B" on 
the second floor, leading to roof "C". 



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ST. AN^STE DE BELLEVUE, P.Q. , 

Power-House and Laundry. — A new brass domestic hot-water system was 
installed. A brick wall partition and a new skylight were constructed. The 
building was painted and repairs were made to the sashes and doors, and to the 
stokers and brickwork of the boilers. 

Recreation Building. — This building was torn down and removed. 

Generally. — A large number of windows were caulked around the frames. 
Six beams, which were decayed, were removed, floors were levelled and new 
beams placed. The floors in the orderlies' building were levelled and general 
repairs made to the building, 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvement or repairs were made or painting done to 
the military hospitals at Halifax, N.S., (Camp Hill), St. John, N.B., (D.S.C.R. 
building, Lancaster Heights), Toronto, Ont., (Christie street), and Vancouver, 
B.C., (Shaughnessy). 

MILITARY BUILDINGS 

PICTON, ONT. 

Drill Hall. — On July 16, 1925, a severe storm tore off the roof from the drill 
hall, and before repairs could be made excessive rains damaged the interior of 
the building. The roof was repaired, covered with asbestos shingles and metal 
flashings were put on. The brickwork was also repaired and the inside of the 
roof painted. The work was done by contract.. Another contract was awarded 
for the carrying out of general repairs to the building, consisting principally of 
renewing the floors, replastering and painting. 

RENFREW, ONT. 

Armoury. — The old roofing material was removed and the roofs were covered 
with galvanized iron, including the placing and painting of flashings. 

SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT. 

Armoury. — This building was rented for the Department of National 
Defence, and alterations were made to suit requirements. Partitions were 
erected to form rooms, ceilings sheathed, new floors laid and armoury fittings, 
shelves, etc., constructed. 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 

Fort Osborne, Tuxedo Military Barracks. — The steam heating plant in the 
new boiler house was improved by placing turbine grates in three boilers, 
installing concrete supports for another boiler, and providing a new feed water 
heater and steam-engine-driven induced-draft fan with necessary connections, 
etc. An ash elevator, running from the boiler room floor to the yard, was installed. 
The building on the barracks site, which was formerly owned by the Red Cross, 
was purchased and alterations and renovations were made and painting done 
to convert it into officers' mess rooms. 

ESQUIMALT, B.C. 

R.C.N. Barracks and H.M.C. Dockyard. — A signalling school building 
was erected, two bath houses were enlarged and repairs were made to steps 
and verandahs. A gunnery control building, a garage, a boathouse ramp and 
float were constructed. The above works were done by contract. The water 



24 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

mains and branches throughout were renewed and enlarged. The wharf and 
jetty at both Sarracks and dockyard were repaired. The gutters through- 
out the barracks property were repaired or renewed and general repairs were 
made and painting done to the buildings. 

GENERALLY 

Minor alterations, improvements or repairs were made or painting done to 
the armouries at St. John, N.B., Montreal, P.Q. (Royal Highlanders of Canada 
armoury, 429 Bleury street and postal station " G ", Lavut Building) , Bramp- 
ton, Ont., Port Arthur, Ont., St. Catharines, Ont., Brandon, Man., Portage la 
Prairie, Man., and Winnipeg, Man. (McGregor street armoury). 



HARBOUR WORKS 



By K. M. Cameron, Chief Engineer 



NOVA SCOTIA 



AVONPORT 



The top 4 feet of the wharf was rebuilt for a length of 100 feet and a width 
of 27 feet. New fenders, a guard and three mooring posts were placed. The 
west side was close-sheathed and the sheeting repaired on the outer end. The 
aboiteau was repaired at the head of the wharf and some ballast placed. 



BAILEY S BROOK 



A portion of the inner end of the eastern pier, 110 feet long, 11 feet wide 
and 5 feet high, was rebuilt, fully ballasted and resheathed. A protection work, 
constructed of poles and filled with ballast, was built along the eastern side of 
this pier. It is 79 feet long, 6 feet wide and 4 feet high. 



BASS RIVER 



The old pile trestle wharf was rebuilt by cutting down the top 3 feet, and 
retopping the wharf throughout. A new cribwork protection block was built at 
the northern end, and new fenders were placed along the face. New doors were 
put on the public warehouse and other repairs made. 



BAYPORT 



The wharf purchased by the department was 205 feet long, 15 feet wide, 
with a height of 11 feet at the outer end. Considerable repairs were made to the 
first block, and the three outer blocks were rebuilt. The first crib block has a 
length of 50 feet. The balance of the wharf consists of five blocks, four, 22 feet 
long and one, 26 feet long, each 15 feet wide connected by spans 10 feet long. 



BAY ST. LAWRENCE 



A native timber extension, 51 feet long, 30 feet wide with an average height 
of 15^ feet, was built to the eastern breakwater. 

BLACK POINT 

The work done consisted in building the outer 75 feet of the breakwater of 
native timber cribwork, and sheathing it on the seaward side. A section of crib- 
work, 34 feet long, 7 feet high, by 18 feet wide, was constructed on the shore 
during the late season and is ready to launch. 

BLACK POINT (SHELBURNE COUNTY) 

The pile portion of the wharf was rebuilt and the crib logs, stringers, plank, 
two derricks and the ladder were renewed. 

BURLINGTON (cENTRB) 

The work done consisted in close-piling the spans on both sides of the wharf, 
replacing 7,500 feet b.m. of 3-inch plank on the deck, and building a triangular 
crib on the inside corner of the "L". 

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BURLINGTON (lOWER) 

An extension 80 feet by 16 feet, with an average height of 14 feet, was built 
to the public wharf. 

CANADA CREEK 

A portion of the breakwater, beginning at a point 170 feet from the shore 
end, extending seaward for 50 feet and having a width of from 25 to 30 feet, 
was wrecked and partially carried away during the storms of the winter of 
1924-25. The old work remaining in this portion was completely torn down, 
removed, and rebuilt with cribwork filled with stone ballast. The height of the 
new work is 15 feet on the western side and 23 feet on the eastern side. The 
western side was sheathed with logs flatted on two sides. An additional section 
on the east side of the old breakwater, 22 feet in height, 12 feet in width and 
40 feet in length, adjacent to the above new work on the south, was torn down 
and rebuilt of stone-filled cribwork. New stringers and flooring were laid on 
the remaining width of this 40-foot section. The top of the old work on the 
outer end, 102 feet long and 30 feet wide, was refilled with ballast to an average 
depth of about 3 feet. The southern 30 feet of this portion was covered with 
new stringers and flooring. 

CHAPEL COVE 

A beach protection, 30 feet long, 4 feet high and 6 feet wide, was built at 
the inner end of the seaward side of the breakwater, to protect the land near 
the end of the structure. Brush and stone were placed along 200 feet of the sea- 
ward side of the work, near the shore, where the sea had started to undermine 
the breakwater. 

CHEBOGUE HARBOUR 

An extension 75 feet long, 15 feet wide and from 12 to 17 feet high was made 
to the breakwater. A portion of the old work was repaired, and a small protec- 
tion work built at high water mark to prevent undermining. 

CHETICAMP POINT 

The upper 7^ feet of the open-faced cribwork, which forms the outer 270 
feet of the breakwater-wharf, was renewed. This section was demolished to 
low water, or to the creosoted portion, and rebuilt of native timber cribwork 
ballasted to the top of the stringers. Round sheathing was placed on the sea- 
ward side, on the outer end, and for 100 feet inwards on the haribour side. 

CHEVERIE 

The deck of the wharf was planked for a distance of 30O feet from tihe: 
shore end. This work involved placing new stringers, and replacing some cross- 
ties and longitudinals. The guard, sub-guard and ten new fenders were put 
in place. 

COW BAY (port MORTEN ) 

The work done consisted in renewing 40,000 cubic feet of ballasted crib- 
work of the breakwater. 20,000 feet b.m. of stringers, covering, etc., being used. 
Minor repairs were made, including the placing of 200 cubic yards of ballast, 

DIGBY 

An extension of 12 feet was built to the freight shed on the wharf, and 
general repairs and renewals were made to the shed, boat landing, steps and 
floating fenders. 



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EAST BERLIN 

Tho outer 30 feet of the cribwork breakwater, which had been carried away 
by a storm, was rebuilt. Minor repairs consisting of renewals to plank, stringers 
and guard, were also made on the inner end of the breakwater. 

ECUM SECUM (aNTIGONISH-GUYSBOROUGH) 

An extension, 20 by 47^ feet, was built to the " L " of the solid cribwork 
wharf. The height at the outer end is from 21^ to 22^- feet. The old work 
was stripped down to low water and rebuilt for a distance of 22 feet. Renew- 
als were made to the old guard timber, plank and sheathing. Miscellaneous 
repairs were made to the freight shed. 

FELTZEN SOUTH 

An extension, 60 feet in length by 20 feet in width and having an average 
height of 20 feet, was made to the solid native timber cribwork breakwater. 

FINLAY POINT 

A contract was awarded to build a breakwater-wharf 399 feet long. The 
inner 350 feet will be 19 feet wide and the outer 49 feet, 37 feet wide. The 
wharf is to be of native timber cribwork sheathed) on the seaward side and 
outer end. The work done during the year consisted in building the outer 
block to elevation + 5.0 or H.W.O.S.T. 

fisherman's HARBOUR 

A wharf was built under contract, comprising a stone approach 92 feet 
long, 16 feet wide on top with a 1 to 1 batter on each side, a block and span 
cribwork 94-1 feet long, pile work 61^ feet long and 16 feet wide, and an " L " 
20 feet by 24 feet giving a face length of 40 feet. 

FOURCHU 

A harbour protection work was built, consisting of a brush and timber 
structure, 070 feet long by 4 feet wide and 4 feet high above the beach. It is 
placed on the crest of a shingle beach, which lies to the south of the harbour 
and protects the harbour from the open sea. The work was built to keep the 
shingle from being washed over the crest of the beach and into the harbour. 

freeport 

The existing breakwater-wharf was enlarged by building an extension 50 
feet long, 30 feet wide on top, and from 37 to 41 feet high. 

GRAND ETANG 

The work done involved the close-piling of the channel faces of the inner 
230 feet of the entrance piers. This piling is driven at least 10 feet below low 
water, and is held in place by wire cables fastened to anchor piles driven 20 
feet behind the face of the work. 

GREAT VILLAGE 

The old cribwork wharf was replaced by a pile trestle structure 40 feet 
wide and 90 feet long, with an " L " 30 feet square on the eastern side of the 
outer end, which is'24 feet high. 

Gulliver's cove 

A breakwater-wharf of native timber cribwork, 240 feet long, 20 to 30 
feet wide and from 8 to 23-| feet high, was constructed, with a stone approach 
30 feet long and from 20 to 30 feet wide. 



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HANTSPORT 

The face of the wharf was sheathed for a distance of 300 feet, and 600 
cubic y&rds of ballaot was placed in the work. 

HARBOURVTLLE 

The work done consisted in taking down and rebuilding a section of the 
breakwater on the harbour side, 52 feet long, 19 feet wide and 23 feet high. 
Ten new^ fenders, 23 to 27 feet long, were placed, and the sheathing on the 
seaward side was repaired. 

HORTON LANDING , 

The whole top of the native timber cribwork wharf including stringers, 
covering, mooring posts and guard, was renewed, and the outer portion of the 
wharf raised 2 feet. 

hunt's point 

The wharf inside the^ breakwater was rebuilt, and the approach repaired. 
The total length of the wharf and approach is 193 feet. The wharf consists of 
four blocks, each 20 feet long, and an outside landing block 40 feet long, con- 
nected by four spans, each 15 feet long. The outer block is 20 feet wide and 
12 feet high at the outer end. 

INDIAN HARBOUR 

An extension of pile construction, 25 by 40 feet, was made to the wharf. 

JERSEY COVE 

The construction of a native timber crib and pile wharf was undertaken 
on a site at the western end of the beach near the harbour entrance, about 1 
mile from the site of the old wharf. The work done consisted in constructing 
the shore cribwork block 96 feet long, 20 feet wide, and averaging 5 feet high. 
The balance of the material required to complete the work was procured. 

JOGGINS 

A damaged portion of the breakwater, 100 feet long and 25 feet in average 
height, was torn down and rebuilt. Miscellaneous repairs were also made to 
the decking, and new fenders placed on the inside of the work, 

KRAUT POINT 

The outer comer of the wharf, which had been destroyed by the ice, was 
rebuilt. Minor repairs and renewals were also effected to piles, pile caps, 
stringers, plank and guard timber. 

LA HAVE FERRY 

The two old wharves taken over by the department were repaired. Each 
one was extended a distance of 75 feet with continuous cribwork. The ferry 
slip was also graded up from the main highway to low water mark. The north 
wharf has now a total length of 132 feet. It consists of a stone approach 37 
feet long, 24 feet wide and continuous cribwork, 20 feet df which is 24 feet 
wide, the outer 75 feet being 20 feet wide. The height at the outer end is 16^ 
feet. The south wharf has a total length of 136 feet. It consists of a stone 
approach 43 feet long and from 20 to 36 feet wide, and icontinuous cribwork 93 
feet long and 16 feet wide on top. The height at the outer end is 16^- feet. A 
boat landing and steps were constructed at the inner end of this wharf. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1925-26 29 



L ARDOISE 

Repairs were made to the seaward side of the concrete wall of the break- 
water. Boulders and concrete were replaced in the talus in the outer concrete 
portion. These repairs were necessitated by the damage done to the concrete 
portion of the w^ork by the ice and seas. 

Larry's river 

A new breakwater and protection work was constructed about 600 feet 
distant from the old breakwater. This new work consists of cribwork 40 feet 
long, 20 feet wide and 13 V feet high; a rubble mound stone work 132 feet long, 
averaging 10 feet high, and 35 feet wide on the bottom; and a crib protection 
work arooind the southern end of the island 140 feet long, 6 feet wide and 6 feet 
high, with a further length of 35 feet built of stone 4 feet wide and 5 feet high. 

LITTLE ANSE 

A stone talus, consisting of large boulders and standing at a height of a;bout 
half tide, was built along the seaward side of the breakwater for a distance of 
250 feet inwards from the outer end. 

LITTLE JUDIQUE PONDS 

A contract was let for the construction of a breakwater-wharf of native 
timber cribwork, fully ballasted with hardwood sheathing on the seaward side 
and outer end. It will have a length of 360 feet and a width of 20 feet. There 
will be 4^ feet of water at the outer end at low water. During the year, 180 
feet of the wofk nearest the shore was completed. 

LOWER KINGSBURG 

An extension 80 feet long, 15 feet wide and 10 feet high at the outer end, 
was made to the breakwater. Minor repairs were also eff^ected to the skidway 
and shed, 

LOWER SANDY POINT 

A contract was awarded for the construction of a breakwater, 370 feet long 
and 20 feet wide on top, made up of a stone approach 170 feet long, and native 
timber cribwork fully ballasted, 200 feet long. The stone and gravel approach, 
containing 1,705 cubic yards, was built, and cribwork for a length of 50 feet was 
constructed and put in a safe condition for the winter, 

MABOU BRIDGE 

The pile work structure of the old wharf was demolished and replaced. A 
freight shed 15-^ by 35-^- feet was built, and the approach renewed. The wharf 
is now 135 feet long and 45 feet wide, and consists of pile work and cribwork 
fill. The approach, which is 55 feet wide at the beginning, is constructed of 
cribwork and filled with stone and brush, and extends 35 feet from the edge of 
the main road. The seaward side of this cribwork has a pile portion 11 feet 
wide. The seaward part of the wharf adjoining the cribwork portion, is built 
of piles, and is SOfr feet long by 45 feet wide. The material used is all native 
timber, 

MAIN-A-DIEU 

A contract was awarded for the construction of a crib and pile wharf. 
The shore end of the work, consisting of a stone and clay fill 50 feet long 
and 20 leet wide on top, and a crib block 32 feet long and 20 feet wide with an 
average depth of 7^ feet, has been completed. The materials required to finish 
the work have been purchased and delivered. 



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MARGAREE HARBOUR 



Repairs were made to the east and west cribwork protection piers, and 
to the beach protection. A 300-foot extension of the beach protection was 
built eastward from the east pier. 



MEAT COVE 



An extension was built to the breakwater, 30 feet long and 16 feet wide 
on the top, with an average depth of 13 feet. This work was constructed 
of native timber with a depth of 5 feet at the outer end at L.W.O.S.T. 

METEGHAN RIVER 

The work done consisted in building a stone-filled cribwork beach protec- 
tion 470 feet long, 8 fed wide on the bottom, 6 feet wide on the top and 6 feet 
high. 

MILL CREEK 

A portion of the shoreward end of the native timber stone-filled wharf, 
110 feet long, 10 to 12 feet wide and 15 feet high, was taken down and rebuilt. 
The stringers and covering on the other part of the wharf were renewed. 

NORTH INGONISH (mcLEOD^s) 

The McLeod's Cove breakwater, which was partly destroyed during a 
gale in 1918, was repaired under contract. This work is 511 feet long on the 
harbour side, 17^ feet wide on top for 124 feet, 20 feet for 160^ feet, 22 feet 
for 146^ feet and 25 feet for 80 feet. It is a close-faced cribwork structure 
with a creosoted timber base, and is 19^- feet high at the outer end. The outer 
portion, 256 feet long on the harbour side and 271-| feet long on the seaward 
side, was reconstructed for a depth of from 9 to 12 feet on the original sub- 
structure. 

NORTH SYDNEY 

Wharf. — A new wharf was erected on the western side of the ballast 
ground. It is built of native wood and extends 123 feet out from the shore, 
from this point '99 feet to the east, thence 105 feet inwards towards the shore, 
and varies from 8 to 16^ feet in width. The depth alongside the face is 16 feet 
at L.W.O.S.T. 

Breakwater. — An extension of native timber cribwork, 40 feet long and 
19 feet wide on top, was built to the breakwater. 

NORTH WEST ARM 

A v/harf was built to accommodate the people of Jollimore, a village on 
the south shore of the arm. It is a pile structure 40 feet long, 20 feet wide, 
with an approach 45 by 20 feet, and averaging 5 feet high. 

Parker's cove 

A reinforcing block was built on the seaward or eastern side of the east 
breakwater, at an angle near the outer end. It measures 70 feet long on the 
outer face, 10 to 26 feet wide and from 28 to 30 feet high. The cross-logs, 
stringers and covering were renewed on a section 40 feet long and 20 feet 
wide on the outer end of the breakwater, and upon a length of 50 feet by a 
width of 16 feet on the shoreward end. Two fenders on the harbour face, one 
mooring post and 36 feet of cap 10 inches square were also renewed. 

park's creek (lunenburg county) 

The work done consisted in building a wharf and grading the approach to 
the ferry landing. The wharf is 134 feet long and 20 feet wide, and consists 



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of a stone approach 49 feet long, and continuous cribwork 85 feet long, filled 
with ballast and covered with 2-inch plank. The height of the work at the 
outer end is 15 feet. 

PARRSBORQ 

Wharf. — A contract was awarded for the construction of a new cribwork 
wharf. The work done comprised a stone approach 97 feet long, partially 
completed, and solid cribwork 480 feet long, varying from 5 to 23^ feet in 
height. The approach and shoreward 211 feet of cribwork is 20 feet wide, the 
next 192 feet, 24 feet wide, and the remainder 30 feet wide. 

Beach Protection. — Repairs and renewals were effected to the western 
end of the beach protection, a portion, approximately 285 feet, having been 
badly damaged and decayed. A slight alteration was made in the alignment. 
The new work constructed is 151 feet long, 8 feet wide on the top, with an 
average height of 7 feet. 

pinkney's point 

An extension 131 feet long, 21 feet wide and from 17 to 19 feet high, was 
built to the existing breakwater, with an " L " 51 feet long, 21 feet wide and 18 
feet high. A talus of large rock, 10 feet wide and 4 feet high, was placed along 
the seaward side and end. 

POIRIERVILLE 

A complete new top was placed on the wharf. This included guard rails, 
plank, stringers and a number of top criblogs and fenders. The warehouse 
was repaired and painted. 

PORTAPIQUE 

A wharf was built consisting of an earth fill approach 30 feet long and 20 
feet wide, a cribwork section 20 feet long and 20 feet wide, a pile trestle 
approach 60 feet long and 20 feet wide, and a pile trestle pierhead 70 feet long 
across the outer end and 30 feet wide. The work is 24 feet high at the outer 
end. 

PORT DUFFERIN (eAST) 

The wharf was close-piled and the shed moved and placed on piles. 

PORT GEORGE 

The repairs made to the' west breakwater-wharf involved the renewal of the 
covering and stringers for a length of 200 feet with a width of 30 feet, and the 
placing of 200 tons of ballast. Six fenders, 7,000 feet b.m. of sheathing and 100 
lineal feet of 10-inch square guard were also renewed. 

PORT GREVILLH 

The work done under contract consisted in placing 100,850 cubic feet of 
cribwork. The breakwater now has a total length of 353.3 feet on the har- 
bour side, is 30.7 feet high at the outer end and varies in width on the top 
from 17.3 to 18.2 feet. The placing of fenders, sheathing, covering, etc., was 
done by day labour. 

PORT HAWKESBURY 

Repairs were made to the warehouse and to the cribwork on the protected 
side of the " L " of the wharf. The fenders on the outer end were replaced 
and face piling was driven and placed on the northern side. Broken fenders 
were replaced on the inner end and general repairs made to the covering. 



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PORTUGUESE COVE 

A native timber stone-filled breakwater was built 135 feet in length by 
30 feet in width, with a deck 4 feet above H.W.O.S.T. On the seaward side, 
for its whole length, there is a native timber stone-filled break 11 feet in width, 
extending to a height of 4 feet above the deck. The average height of the 
deck above the bottom is 21 feet, and at the outer end, 24 feet. The work 
is sheathed on the seaward face and on the end, from bottom to top, with 
6-inch sawn spruce sheathing bolted with three-quarter-inch drift bolts to every 
alternate face log and break timber. The completed work contains 90,966 
cubic feet and was constructed under contract. 

PUGWASH 

The wharf is composed of a rock approach 20 feet long by 21 feet wide, and 
solid cribwork 240 feet long by 21 feet wide, with an irregular shaped " L " 
giving a face length of 41 feet. The work done consisted in renewing the top 
of the wharf including cross logs, longitudinals, stringers, plank, guard, fenders 
and other parts. 

RIVER BOURGEOIS 

A wharf 40 feet square was constructed of native timber cribwork. It 
projects into the River Bourgeois inlet, 40 feet out from the property known 
as the old Bissett wharf, and has 15 feet of water at its outer end, at low water. 
The old Bissett wharf portion, which was purchased this year, is 158 feet long 
and reaches back to the main road. It is connected with the highway by a 
side hill road constructed this year. On the old wharf property there is a 
warehouse, 42 by 28 feet, which belongs to the department. The old wharf 
property was levelled, and its face, close to the new work, repaired. 

SALMON RIVER 

A portion of the river retaining wall 207 feet long, 10 to 15 feet wide and 
18 feet high, was torn down and rebuilt of stone-filled cribwork. 

SAULNIERVILLE 

A native timber stone-filled cribwork extension, 60 feet long and 36 feet 
wide, was added to the breakwater. This work was done by contract. 

SEAL HARBOUR 

A breakwater was constructed on the eastern side of a small island at the 
entrance to the cove. This work consists of a rock embankment 60 feet long, 
8 feet wide on the top and 9 feet high at the outer end, and a cribwork block 
50 feet long, 10 feet wide on the top and 11 feet high at the outer end. 

SHEET HARBOUR (WEST RIVER) 

As an inducement to The Albany Perforated Wrapper Pulp and Power 
Company to establish their plant and provide employment for a larger popula- 
tion, the Government contributed $7,500 towards the construction of an exten- 
sion to the company's dock, thereby reducing the cost of the dredging required. 
The work was done by contract for the company, and under the supervision 
and direction of the department. It comprised the building of a stone-filled crib 
block and span structure 240 feet long, 40 feet wide and 22 feet high, and a 
"V" shaped pile structure 100 feet long and 20 feet wide at the base. 



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SHELBTJBNE 

The top portion of the wharf, which was destroyed by fire, was repaired. 
Renewals to pile caps, stringers, guard and plank were effected. Minor repairs 
were also made to the shed. 

SHORT BEACH 

Two channel protection cribwork piers were constructed at the entrance 
to Allan's lake. The one on the north side is 200 feet long, 15 feet wide and 
14 feet high, and the one on the south side is 100 feet long, 10 feet wide and 
10 feet high. Gravel to the extent of 5,133 cubic yards was removed from the 
boat channel and basin. 

SONORA 

The work done consisted in repairing the top of the wharf for a distance 
of 100 feet on the inner end, and raising this portion about one foot. A new 
block of cribwork was constructed on the inner side of the " L," and a freight 
shed, 304 by 15-4 feet, built. 

SOUTH LAKE 

A cribwork training pier was constructed with wing walls on the southern 
side of the entrance to the lake. The training pier proper is 200 feet in length, 
8 feet in width on top and 8 feet in height. It is built at the level of L.W.O.S.T. 
and protected on the channel face by close piles penetrating 8 feet below low 
water. The wing walls, which are constructed on a brush mattress, are 126 
and 85 feet in length respectively, and 6 feet in width. The height varies from 
8 feet at the training pier to 3 feet on the beach. Dredging, with scrapers, was 
performed to direct the channel between the piers. 

SPRY BAY (Leslie's) 

The wharf, for which the material was bought last year, was rebuilt. It is 
a pile structure 191 feet long, 25 feet wide, with an "L" 75 by 30 feet. 

SURETTE ISLAND 

A block and span wharf with a stone approach, 113 feet long and 20 feet 
wide was built, with an "L" 10 by 11 fee:t, giving a face length at the outer end 
of 31 feet and a height of 15 feet. A road, 713 feet long, was built, and gravelled 
upon a width of 8 feet and for a depth, of 6 inches, and 733 feet of fencing was 
erected. 

TERRANCE BAY 

The two outer blocks of the wharf were torn down to low. water and an 
incasing crib 10 feet in width was built along the head and both sides of the 
wharf, 60 feet long on each side. The whole structure was rebuilt to a height 
of 3 feet above high water. 

TONEY RIVER 

An extension 100 feet long, of solid sheathed cribwork. was built to each 
of the two channel piers. Each extension is 20 feet wide and 10 feet high. In 
addition, repairs were made to the stringers and covering on the old portion of 
the west pier. The east and west piers are now respectively 496 feet and 438 
feet long. 

TROY POND 

The work done involved the construction of two parallel cribwork blocks of 
native timber, 30 feet apart. The northern structure is 231 feet long by 10 feet 
wide, and the southern one 170 feet long by 10 feet wide. A cut was made 

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through the beach by horse scrapers and about 3,000 cubic yards of gravel 
removed. There is one foot of water between the piers at low water. The piers 
have a batter of 1 in 4 on the seaward faces. 

WESTERN HEAD 

Considerable repairs were made to the cement and stone breakwater, includ- 
ing building up the outer 30 feet for a height of 7 feet, and reinforcing, on the 
seaward side, with a concrete wall, for a distance of 150 feet, and from 6 to 8 
feet wide. A concrete floor was laid on the outer 150 feet of the work. 

WEST HEAD 

The outer 40 feet of the cribwork wharf was rebuilt for a height of 8 feet, 
and the cribwork protection wall on the seaward side for a distance of 75 feet. 

WEST LA HAVE 

A wharf was constructed consisting of a stone approach 60 feet long by 15 
feet wide on top, and a block and span structure of three blocks, each 20 
feet long and 15 feet wide, with a span of 10 feet between each block. The total 
length is 150 feet with a height at the outer end of 15 feet. 

WHITEWATERS 

The entire top of the wharf was renewed with covering, stringers and guard. 
Two pieces of cribwork retaining wall were rebuilt on the shoreward end. 

WINDSOR 

A pile work extension, 200 feet long and 115 feet wide, was added to the 
wharf. 

WOLFVILLE 

A native timber pile wharf, 85 feet long by 31 feet wide, was constructed 
with an "L" 48 by 28 feet, giving a face length of 81 feet. A freight shed 13 by 
25 feet was also built. 

GENERALLY 

Repairs were made to the following works: Amherst Point, wharf and road- 
way; Amiro's Hill, wharf; Annapolis Royal, wharf; Arcadia, landing stage; 
Arichat, wharf; Baddeck, wharf and approach; Barrington Cove, (Syd'ney 
Mines), wharf; Barrington Passage, wharf; Bear Cove, breakwater; Beaver 
Harbour, wharf; Belliveau's Cove, breakwaters; Broad Cove Marsh, breakwater- 
wharf and berth; Burke's Head, wharf; Caribou Island, breakwater; Carr's 
Brook, breakwater- wharf; Chester Canal; walls and bridge; Chipman's Brook, 
breakwater-wharf; Church Point, sluice gates and breakwater; Comeau's Hill, 
breakwater- wharf ; Creignish, wharf; Croft's Cove, wharf; Delap's Cove, 
breakwater-wharf; D'Escousse, wharf; Eagle Head, breakwater; East Green 
Harbour, wharf approach; Eastern Harbour, wharf approach; Five Islands, 
wharf; Friar's Head, boat haven; Gabarous, breakwater; Georgeville, boat 
haven; Grand Etang, bridge approach; Grand Mira South, wharf; Grand Nar- 
rows, wharf; Granville Centre, wharf; Hall's Harbour, wharf; Harbour au 
Bouche, wharf; Inverness, piers; lona, wharf; Irish Cove, wharf; Isaac's Har- 
bour, wharf; Johnson's Harbour, wharf and approach; Jones' Harbour, break- 
water; Kelly's Cove, wharf; Litchfield, breakwater-wharf; Little Brook, break- 
water-wharf; Little Harbour, wharf; Little Narrows (iSTorth), wharf; Little 
Narrows (South), wharf warehouse; Livingstone Cove, wharf; Louis Head, beach 
protection and breakwater; Lower Prospect, wharf; Margaree Island, wharf; 
Margaretville, north breakwater; Meteghan, breakwater; Minudie, wharf; 



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Mosher's Bay, breakwater; Muise's Point, wharf; McKay's Point, breakwater; 
Necum Teuch, wharf; Neil's Harbour, breakwater- wharf ; Newellton, wharf; 
New Harbour, breakwater; New Harris, wharf approach; Noel, wharf; North 
Belleville, wharf; North East Harbour, wharf; North River, wharf warehouse; 
Nyanza, wharf; Ogilvie's, breakwater-wharf; Osborne, breakwater; Petite 
Riviere, breakwater; Pleasant Bay, wharf; Pleasant Bay (Lowland Cove), slip- 
way; Plymouth, wharf; Port Hood, wharf; Port Lome, breakwater- wharf ; 
Port Maitland, west breakwater-wharf; Port Royal, wharf; St. Joseph du Moine, 
breakwater- wharf ; Seaforth, breakwater, Shaw's Beach, beach protection; Sheet 
Harbour (East River), wharf; Short Beach, breakwater- wharf ; Sluice Point, 
wharf; Smith's Cove (Port Hood Island), beach protection; Soldier's Cove, 
wharf; South East Cove (Tancook), breakwater; Spencer's Island, wharf; Sum- 
merville, wharf; Tangier, wharf; Trout Cove, breakwaters; Turner's Island, 
wharf; Tusket, wharf; Upper Port Latour, wharf; Wallace, wharf; Wallace 
Bridge, wharf; Walton, breakwater; West Advocate, breakwater; West Bay, 
wharf; West Chezzetcook, wharf ; West Dover, wharf ; Westport, wharf ; Why- 
cocomagh, wharf; Yarmouth Bar, breakwater; Young's Cove, breakwater- 
wharf. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

BRAE HARBOUR 

All the 12- by 12-inch face timbers in the outer block of the breakwater 
were renewed for a height of 8 feet, and new cross-ties and longitudinals put in 
at 10-foot centres. The interior was filled with stone. This block has now a 
length of 83^ feet and a width of 24 feet, with top floor-stringered and planked 
over, and the sides and ends fender-piled at 5-foot centres. The wall timbers, 
piles and guard timbers of the approach, 575 feet long by 20 feet wide, were 
also repaired, and the whole top was graded up with gravel to form a roadway. 

CHINA POINT 

The pierhead of this wharf was widened by constructing a small addition 
on the western or shore side. This new block has a width of 25 feet and a 
length of 50 feet, measured on the top. The lower portion is built of close-laid 
poles for a height of about seven feet, and the superstructure of square timber 
filled with ballast. The shore side has a sloping face of 1 to 1, sheathed with 
3-inch plank, and the north face is fender-piled at 5-foot centres. The small 
freight shed was moved to a more convenient location fronting the slipway. It 
was then repaired and given two coats of paint. The roadway on the approach, 
387 feet in length, was graded up with stone and gravel. 

higgin's shore 

The face timbers, cross-ties, guard and fender piles were replaced and 
repaired, where required, on the wharf approach 448 feet long and 22 feet wide. 
The roadwaj^ was graded up with gravel. All decayed timbers in the adjoining 
span and in the inner 40- by 40-foot block were removed, replaced with new 
material, and the top covered with new 3-inch plank. 

kier's shore 

One tier of 12- by 12-inch timber was placed on each side of the wharf 
approach for a length of 908 feet. The roadway thereon was graded with gravel, 
and the top portion of the block, 81 by 16 feet, renewed on the north side of 
the pierhead. 

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NEW LONDON HARBOUR 

A contract was awarded to construct a new eastern breakwater, the old one 
having been destroyed by a hurricane in 1923. The work done comprised the 
driving of all bearing piles in the first 436 feet, putting on the cross-heads and 
walings, and driving the close-piling on both sides for a length of 168 feet. The 
inner end of this work, 80 feet in length, was excavated to the required depth, 
and filled with brush and stone. 

NINE MILE CREEK 

The wharf repairs and improvements effected consisted in removing the 
small displaced block 16 by 20 feet on the southern end of the pierhead, and 
rebuilding, from low water up, the outer block which has now a length of 36 feet 
on the front or sea side. The face timbers and guard on the approach 302 feet 
long were replaced as found required, and the roadway on top graded up with 
gravel. The outer block has a pole foundation and square timber superstructure, 
3 feet in height, filled with ballast, the top being floor-stringered and covered 
over with 3-inch plank. 

POWNAL BAY 

The removal and reconstruction of two sm.all blocks with intervening spans, 
adjoining the pierhead of the wharf, was carried out. This portion of the work 
has a length of 80 feet and a width of 19 feet. The new work is built with 
a solid pole foundation to within 4 feet of the top, on which was placed a 12- by 
12-inch timber superstructure filled with ballast and graded up with gravel to 
form a roadway. This work was afterwards fender-piled on both sides at 5-foot 
centres. On the approach, 663 feet long, 6- by 12-inch span beams were laid 
on the outer arch, the top was covered with new 3-inch plank, and the balance 
graded up with gravel. 

RUSTICO HARBOUR 

The outer portion of the beach protection, located just within the harbour 
entrance, was reconstructed and enlarged. This work, which now has a length 
of 120 feet, was reconstructed by first driving two rows of creosoted piles at 
8-foot centres, the piles in the rows being 16 feet apart. The channel face was 
then waled with 12- by 12-inch timber. The piles were connected with 10- by 
12-inch cross-heads and 6- by 12-inch timbers put in between them, the whole 
top being covered with 3-inch plank. Close-piling was driven along the channel 
face of this work, across the outer end, and continued inward a further distance 
of 35 feet along the shore or north side. A brush and stone approach was built 
inwardly along the baJlance of the work. 

ST. Peter's bay 

The middle section of the breakwater, for a length of 104 feet and an 
average width of 20 to 24 feet, was reconstructed, settlement in ballast made 
up, and the w'hole top covered with 3-inch plank. 

SOURIS 

The work consisted in removing and replacing with new materials, a large 
quantity of the 4-inch covering, and 10- by 12-inch stringers on the middle 
section of the breakwater, 525 feet long and 60 feet wide. The wall timlbers 
on the harbour side of this section, and the 10- by 10-inch sheathing on the 
sloping or seaward side, were renewed. The shore end of the breakwater for a 
length of 80 feet was reconstructed for the full height of 6 feet. New 12- by 
12-inch wall timbers, cross-ties and longitudinals were put in, and the interior 
was filled with ballast. The top was then floor-stringered with 6- by 12-inch 
timber and covered with 4-inch plank. 



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SUMMEESIDE 

Railway Wharf. — Further repairs and improvements were made to the 
middle section of tlie wharf by removing the outer 110 feet of the old shelter 
shed, and placing the balance of the building, 156 feet long, in good and service- 
able condition for use as a general freight shed. As all the piles in that portion 
of the wharf, from which the building was removed, were in a dangerous con- 
dition, owing to the action of the teredo and decay, creosoted piles were driven 
to replace them. The new piling, spaced at about 8-foot centres, is capped with 
12- by 12-inch timber, floor-stringered with 6- by 12-inch timber, and the whole 
top covered with 3-inch hemlock plank for a width of 40 feet. These repairs 
were continued outward a distance of 43 feet beyond the site from which the 
portion of the shed had been removed. 

Breakwater. — The 4-inch plank sheathing on the sloping faces of the outer 
block was replaced with 10- by 10-inch hardwood timber. 

TIGNISH HARBOUR 

The work consisted in reconstructing the south breakwater, immediately 
inward of the outer block, for a length of 100 feet and a depth of 8 feet. The 
walls were built with 12- by 12-inch timber, new cross-ties, longitudinals and 
ballast floor put in, and the interior was filled with ballast stone. The whole 
of this rebuilt portion was then floor-stringered with 9- by 10-inch timber and 
covered with 3-inch hemlock plank. General repairs and renewals were effected 
to the wall timbers, covering and stringers on the adjoining 100 feet of the 
breakwater. 

GENERALLY 

Repairs were made to the following works: — 

Bay View, wharf; Brudenell, wharf; French River, wharf approach; George- 
town, railway wharf; Haggerty's, wharf; Lennox Island, wharf; Miminegash 
Harbour, breakwater; North Cardigan, wharf; Pinette, wharf; Port Hill, wharf; 
Red Point, wharf; Southport, wharf; South Rustico, wharf; Sturgeon, wharf; 
West Point, wharf. 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

BEAVEK HARBOUR 

The close piling of the outer face of the pierhead, begun last year, was 
completed and similar work continued along both sides. The old fender piles 
were first removed, and two sets of walings bolted to the old bearing piles of the 
wharf. Opposite each pile bent the new piles reach to the top of the cap, serving 
as fenders, and are continued along the inner face of the pierhead, and on €ach 
side of the approach. The close piles, driven between the fender piles around 
the outer face and two sides of the pierhead, reach to about half tide level. 
Creosoted piles, 162 in number, were used throughout. A new cap timber was 
laid around the approach and pierhead. On a width of 8 feet on the approach, 
and over a section 20 by 60 feet on the pierhead, 3-inch and 2-ineh planks v/ere 
laid over the old covering. A new stringer was inserted in the second span of 
the approach, and two new mooring posts were placed. 

black's HARBOUR 

The stone embankment and inner cribwork block of the wharf, 16 by 16 
feet, were completed, two cribwork blocks, 16 by 20 feet, and three spans, 
16 by 16 feet, were rebuilt. The embankment and first block are surfaced with 
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had formed in the pierhead, were filled with stone, and the whole was surfaced 
with 6 inches of gravel. The roadway to the wharf was widened and straight- 
ened by blasting a ledge on one side, and building a retaining wall, 91 feet long, 
on the other. 

burn's 

The original low water wharf was converted into a graded structure to give 
landing facilities at freshet levels. A concrete wall 154 feet long, with four 
concrete fender posts, was built on a pile foundation along the upper side. Its 
top rises from the old level at the pierhead, to about 12 feet above low water 
level at the inner end. The side was extended shoreward 70.4 feet with a wall 
of stone riprap. The interior was filled and graded with earth and gravel, which 
is retained on the lower side by a concrete wall 51.8 feet long and riprap 114.4 
feet long. The concrete corner post, at the outer upper corner of the wharf, was 
raised 3 feet for use during the freshet. 

BURNT CHURCH 

The decayed plank covering of the pierhead was removed, and replaced 
with stone filling and a reinforced concrete surface 6 inches thick, except on one 
of the three slips, where the covering was renewed with 3-inch plank. At different 
sections around the faces the sheathing that had been carried away was renewed, 
and a new cap timber laid throughout. Four new mooring posts were placed. 

CAMPBELLTON 

De^j) Water Wharf. — About thirty-seven fenders and 121 lineal feet of 
face-timbers were renewed; 150 cubic yards of cinders were used in surfacing 
an area about 300 feet by 20 feet on the approach and small sections of the 
wharf; the large door of the warehouse was repaired; and about half the cap 
timber of the wharf painted with carbolineum. 

Market Wharf. — A mooring post, consisting of a steel rail set in a block of 
concrete 5 feet square, was placed at the upstream outer corner; 172 cubic yards 
of cinders were spread to level up the surface; three fenders and 91 lineal feet 
of cap timber were renewed; and repairs made to the ladder and davit. 

Ferry Landing. — About 600 feet b.m. of new 4-inch plank was placed; new 
cross-timbers were put in between the stringers at the lower end of the ramp; 
and two steel plates, 4 by 4 feet by one-quarter inch, were placed around the 
lower corner of the slip. 

CAPE BALD 

The work done consisted in surfacing, with a cement gun, the original con- 
crete faces of the breakwater. This comprised a length of 26 feet on the outside 
of the pierhead, 320 feet from the outer corner, along the outer face of the 
approach, and 20 feet on the inner face. Between the concrete caissons and the 
outer face of the pieihead, damaged concrete covering-blocks were broken up, 
and the space, about 6 feet wide, was filled with mass concrete in a total length 
of 54 feet. Along the outer side of the approach a section of the wavebreak, 
62 feet long, destroyed by a storm in 1923, was rebuilt. 

cole's point 

The old, decayed cap of the entire wharf, the covering, stringers and a 
number of cross-ties in the 30-foot section of the approach and in the entire 
pierhead, were removed and replaced with new round cross-ties, 6- by 10-inch 
squared timber stringers, 3-inch plank covering and 8- by 8-inch square cap tim- 
ber. A new set of steps was built in the angle of the pierhead with the approach. 
Tw^o ladders were placed on the pierhead and the cap and tops of the fenders 
painted with carbojineum. 



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DALHOUSIE 

Deep Water Wharf. — The flooring and stringers were removed from por- 
tions not previously repaired and used as filling material, with about 1,400 
cubic yards of bark and other mill refuse. An area of 12,000 square feet was 
thus solidly filled, and together with the area filled in previous years, was given 
a surface coating of gravel. All loose fenders aroimd the wharf were re-bolted, 
iron plates were placed at the upstream corners of the wharf, and a section 20 
feet long on the outer face was sheathed with round logs sawn in two, longi- 
tudinally. 

Ferry Wharf. — The flooring of the two spans, the cap and tops of the 
sheathing and fenders were painted with carbolineum, and minor repairs made 
on the earth surfacing. 

DIPPER HARBOUR 

Thirty old piles and eleven old fenders were removed from the breakwater 
wharf, in a length of 48 feet, shoreward from the section of the outer face 
repaired last year. The area uncovered was sheathed with thirty-one piles of 
Douglas fir square timber, 12 to 16 inches wide and 50 to 55 feet long. Ten 
round spruce piles were driven around the northeast corner, replacing the old 
sheathing and fenders, which had been torn off by heavy storms and ice. The 
old decayed covering and stringers, in a section 159 feet long, were renewed 
with 3-inch plank and 6 by 10-inch stringers. In this section, the cap along the 
inner side was renewed with 10-inch square timber, and thirty-nine fenders 
were re-topped with 5 to 7-foot lengths of the same material. The shore 
approach, for a length of 176 feet, was surfaced with gravel. A new floating 
slip consisting of a pontoon 30 feet long, 15 feet wide and 2 feet deep was con- 
structed with a gangway 42 feet long and 3 feet 6 inches wide. 

LOWER NEWCASTLE 

The upper face timbers, several stringers and the covering of the pierhead 
and of the 16-foot span, were renewed. The inner span was walled up with the 
best of the old stringers and round timbers, and filled with stone, and an area 
of 1,600 square feet, commencing at the outer end of the 202-foot block and run- 
ning shorewards, was surfaced with gravel. 

mcalpine's 

The wharf was taken over in 1924 from the Provincial Government. It 
includes a stone and earth approach about 60 feet long by 45 feet wide, and a 
pierhead 56.5 by 23 feet, with faces of concrete, except a section of the lower 
side which is of rubble stone. The work done consisted in building a concrete 
wall 5 feet high around the outside of the wharf, 56.5 feet long on the outer 
face, 12.7 feet long on the downstream face and 16.5 feet long on the upstream 
face, where it has a batter of 1 to 1, forming an ice slope; constructing a con- 
crete ice protection pier at both corners, 4 feet high and 2 feet square on top; 
building a concrete slip, 10 by 10 feet, in the outer face, and concrete steps in 
the downstream face; laying a concrete covering 30 feet along the front face and 
extending back 10 feet, including the slip; building a rubble wall, 17.7 feet 
long and 5 feet high, along the downstream face adjoining the concrete wall; 
placing stone filling with gravel covering behind the new face walls; and roofing, 
shingling and painting the warehouse on the wharf. 

Mcdonald's point 

Piles were driven in three rows, outside the outer end of the wharf. The 
outer row is of close piles, 16 feet beyond the old face, giving 10 feet of water 
in the berth instead of 7 feet as it was at the old face. The close piles were 



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continued around each side to the original corners. The inner rows are spaced 
about 4 feet and 6 feet centre to centre. A total of 134 piles were driven. The 
piles were braced along the front and to the inner rows with 2- by quarter- 
inch iron straps. The area enclosed by the close piles was filled with stone. 

mill's point 

A strip of 3-inch covering, 7 to 10 feet wide, was laid for a length of 132 
feet over the old covering, and several old planks were refastened. This work 
was done by day labour. The work done under contract comprised the filling in 
of spans 1 to 6 with cribwork, placing 131 cubic yards of stone in these cribs and 
the adjacent blocks, cutting off the old sheathing of the blocks for a length 
of 1,142 feet at the level of the bottom of the stringers to permit of the renewal 
of the latter, and beginning a crib for the enlargement of the pierhead, 

OROMOCTO 

Extensive repairs were made to the low water wharf. On the upper side 
of the pierhead the old sheathing was removed, and a concrete ice slope, 1 foot 
thick and 52.4 feet long, built. On a length of 34 feet of the front face and 
lower side of the pierhead, the old cribwork was cut back to low water level, 
replaced with concrete walls, and a concrete fender post built at each outer 
comer. Two concrete slips were built in the front face, and concrete steps at the 
lower side. The top was floored with concrete 6 inches thick, replacing, the old 
3-inch plank on an area about 32 by 70 feet, and along the approach on a strip 
10 feet wide by 180 feet long. All the concrete was reinforced with half-inch 
steel bars. The remainder of the approach was surfaced with stone, and riprap 
walls were built along the sides. 

pointf: du chene 

Ballast Wharf. — Fifteen creosoted piles were driven on the outer face of 
the wharf about 100 feet from the northeast corner. The face timbers behind 
the piles were renewed, and a length of 28 feet by a depth of 2 feet was back- 
filled with stone and gravel. 

Outer Breakwater. — New stringers and covering were laid on the north 
easterly end, 47 by 16 feet. The old plank covering was re-spiked over a sec- 
tion 120 feet long, and new planks were placed where required. A concrete wall 
was built 5 feet high and 160 feet long on the seaward face of the easterly end. 
The old timbers were re-bolted and the tops of the existing sheathing, outside 
the concrete wall, trimmed off. 

ST.. GEORGE 

The laying of 2~inch plank over the old covering of the wharf was com- 
pleted. On the face and eastern side twenty-five new fenders were placed and 
a new piece of 8- by 8-inch cap was put on the outer end. A new floatung 
slip, consisting of a pontoon 30 feet long, 15 feet wide and 24 inches deep, and 
a gangway 42 feet long and 4 feet wide, was constructed and located on the 
western side of the wharf. The pontoon is held in position by three guide 
piles, the tops of which are braced to the cap of the wharf. 

ST. JOHN HARBOUR 

Courtenay Bay. — ^The dredging of a channel from the main harbour chan- 
nel to Courtenay bay basin was proceeded with from May until October, no 
work being carried on auring the winter months, and when the heavy spring 
freshet from the river was running. The whole channel is now dredged with 
the exception of a strip at the outer end. Great difficulty has been experienced 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1925-26 41 

in carrying out this dredging, the material encountered being very large bould- 
ers, cemented in hard pan and clay. The total amount of dredging performed 
during the season was 130,824 cubic yards. 

Dredging and Filling on Site of First Unit Ocean Terminals. — An Order in 
Council was passed granting authority to dredge the site of the proposed quaj^ 
wall, this site being chosen for the first unit of the ocean terminals. The work 
authorized was completed and consisted in dredging 844,599 cubic yards of 
clay and silt, and utilizing 425,913 cubic yards thereof as filling. Two dredges 
were employed on this work, the dredge Tornado being used for the reclama- 
tion work, and the Leconfield for the dredging deposited at sea. In order that 
the reclamation dredging could be kept in place, the contractors were obliged, 
at their own expense, to build a retaining wall of rock. This rock dump, which 
was 10 feet wide on top, with slopes of 1 to 1 on both sides, settled consider- 
ably, sinking over ten feet at two different places. During the progress of the 
work, great difficulty was experienced in retaining the filling material, on 
account of the filling being clay and the rock embankment which retained 
it being on a clay base. Through the area filled in, two sewers had to be 
extended. The movement of the embankment and the fill gave considerable 
difficulty in the construction of these sewers, one of which was partially 
destroyed and will be rebuilt as soon as the filling has compact-ed sufficiently. 

WEST ST. JOHN 

Grain Conveyer Galleries. — As soon as the winter port season was 
terminated in April the contractors were able to install the necessary con- 
veying machinery and rubber belting in the Canadian Pacific Railway elevator, 
and the existing gallery from the elevator to Berth No. 15. On account of a 
new type of unloading spout having been installed, considerable difficulty 
and delay was at first experienced in operating the conveyer system. These 
difficulties have now been overcome, and the whole system is working satis- 
factorily. 

Cattle Shed. — A contract was let for the extension of the cattle shed. 
Though the work t-3 not fully completed it~has been made available for the 
reception of cattle when required by the shippers. The work yet to be done 
to complete the contract is the laying of the concrete floor, painting the build- 
ing outside and completing the office and rest rooms for the cattle shippers. 

Frostproof Warehouse — Berth I4. — A contract was awarded for an extension 
of this warehouse, used for the shipping of potatoes. This extension gives an 
additional storage space for 10,000 barrels of potatoes or 7,896 square feet. The 
warehouse has been used continuously throughout the winter shipping season. 

Concrete Exposed to Sea Water.. — Repairs to concrete in the walls of No. 
15 dock, disintegrated by the action of the sea water and extreme climatic 
conditions, were proceeded with during the year. With the experience gained 
in previous years in the use of the cement gun, very satisfactory results have 
been obtained, and the expenses incurred in the purchase of the cement gun 
outfit have been fully justified. 

Partridge Island Wharves. — The approach connecting the east pier with 
the island was renewed for a length of 45 feet and a width of 14 feet. This 
included the construction of new bents, stringers and deck. Repairs were also 
carried out on the low water landing. Damaged braces, uprights, and plank- 
ing were renewed, and the steps leading from the landing to the island wlero 
resurfaced with wire mesh. 

Partridge Island Water Supply. — The water main connecting the submarine 
flexible bronze pipe, where it passes under the disinfecting plant on the quar- 
antine wharf, was cracked, owing, possibly, to settlement in the building. This 
pipe was replaced in a new location by a 4-inch flexible bronze pipe. The main 



42 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

supply on the island, serving the doctor's house and hospital, was renewed with 
100 feet of 2^-inch galvanized pipe. New gate valves and connection were also 
made to one of the residences on the island. 

Maintenance. — The wharves and equipment have been kept in the usual 
state of good repair. Vertical and floating fenders received the necessary repairs, 
and five built up fenders of cedar and spruce saplings were constructed during 
the year. The experience is that these fenders are much more efficient, more 
economical of construction, and have a longer life than the solid floating fenders 
of British Columbia fir, which, as they wear out, are being replaced by the 
former type. 

SHEDIAC 

A contract was entered into for the repair of the wharf. The cap, covering 
and stringers of the shore block, 211 by 20 feet, were removed, the interior 
filled with stone ballast about 2 feet deep, and the whole area surfaced with 
quarry waste. Stone amounting to 464 cubic yards was delivered on the site 
for next season's operations. Temporary repairs were made to the covering 
by day labour, prior to the letting of the contract. 

SHIPPIGAN GULLY 

In a section 133 feet long of the western breakwater, twenty piles were 
driven in the interior of the work at 10-foot centres, and a row of piles at 
5-foot centres at the outer side. Two walings were placed along the outer row, 
and the two rows connected with stringers which extend across the break- 
water. Close piles were driven outside the walings. New flooring was laid over 
part of this section. Seven piles were driven at the outer end of the break- 
water, and two iron straps, 1 inch by 6 inches by 16 feet long, were placed 
around each outer corner. On the inner face main piles were driven, two 
walings placed, and close piles put in on a length of 28.3 feet. Of the piles 
used 156 were creosoted. 

STONEHAVEN 

The two outer corners of the end block of the pierhead were repaired with 
10-inch creosoted sheathing placed around the corners in a total length of about 
20 feet. One iron plate, 4 by 7 feet by one-half inch, was placed at each corner 
and secured by screw bolts to upright posts set in the interior. Four iron straps, 
4 inches by one-half inch by 10 feet long, were placed around the northeast 
corner of the pierhead. On the harbour face of the breakwater and pier the 
sheathing was repaired with 111 pieces of 3-inch creosoted plank. Five new 
fenders were placed on the breakwater. Fifty-six cubic yards of larg'? stone 
was placed on the riprap slope on the seaward side of the pier, and 66 cubic 
yards to protect the shore end of the roadway to the breakwater. 

UPPER JEMSEG 

A concrete face 5 feet high was built along the front of the low water 
section of the wharf, with a concrete slip and covering 18 feet wide across the 
outer end. As the old high water section was in a much decayed condition the 
low water wharf was graded at the inner end of the upper side to give landing 
facilities during the freshet. Along this side a wall reaching from 7 to 13 feet 
above low water, with two concrete fender posts and landing steps, was built in 
concrete for a length of 122^ feet and continued 38^ feet with stone riprap. The 
concrete was reinforced throughout with half-inch steel bars. The interior was 
graded with stone and earth up to 8 inches from the top of tJie side wall. The 
roadway to the wharf was raised about 2 feet with earth filling for a length 
of 240 feet with stone riprap on the sides, and fenced on each side for 280 feet. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1925-26 43 

young's cove 

The old cribwork faces of the low water wharf were cut down to about 
low water level, and replaced with a concrete wall about 6.4 feet above low 
water on the front, and graded to 13.6 feet at the inner end. A concrete retain- 
ing wall 93.7 feet long was built on the lower side, where the old high water 
wharf was removed. This wall was extended shorewards and on the upper side 
for a length of 84 feet with riprap. A concrete slip was built in the front face 
and concrete steps were made at the side. A strip of concrete flooring 6 inches 
thick and 20 feet wide was laid across the front. In the rear of this floor the 
wharf v/as graded to within about 8 inches of the top of the wall with stone 
and earth. A small freight shed was also built. 

GENERALLY 

Repairs were made to the following works: — 

Back Bay, wharf; Barker's, wharf; Bathurst, wharf; Bay du Vin, wharf; 
Belliveaii, wharf and roadway; Brown's Flats, wharf; Burton, wharf approach; 
Burton Court House, wharf; Cambridge, wharf; Caraquet, wharf; Chatham, 
customs house wharf; Chipman, wharf; Chocolate Cove, wharf; Cocagne, wharf; 
Cocagne Cape, wharf; Dorchester, wharf; Douglas Harbour, wharf; Douglas- 
town, wharf; Earle's Landing, wharf; Evandale, wharf: Fairhaven, wharf; Fox, 
wharf; Gautreau, wharf; Gerow's, wharf; Grand Harbour, wharf; Grandigue, 
wharf; Hampstead, wharf; Humphrey's, wharf; Inkerman, wharf; Kennebecasis 
River, ferry landings; Lameque, wharf; Loggieville, wharf; Long Point, wharf; 
Lov/er Caraquet, wharf; McAllister's, wharf; Neguac, wharf; Newcastle, wharf; 
North Head, breakwater-wharf; Oak Point, wharf; Palmer's, wharf; Petit 
Rocher, breakwater; Port Elgin, wharf; Rexton, wharf; Richardson, wharf; 
Richibucto Beach, breakwater; Richibucto Cape, breakwater; Rothesay, wharf; 
St. Andrews, wharf; St. Martin's, breakwater; St. Stephen, wharf; Savoy Land- 
ing, wharf; Scotchtown, wharf; Scovil's, wharf; Seal Cove, breakwater approach; 
Shippigan, wharf; South Branch, wharf; Tracadie, wharf; Trynor's Cove, wharf; 
Tynomouth Creek, breakwaters; Upper Gagetown, wharf; Webster's, wharf; 
Welchpool, wharf; White Head, wharf; White's Cove, wharf; Wilson's Beach, 
breakwater-wharf; Woodward's Cove, breakwater. 

QUEBEC 

ANSE A GILLES 

The spans between the wharf cribs were renewed, and two spaces between 
the cribs closed with cribwork. A few fenders were added to the headblock, and 
minor repairs made to timber flooring. 

ANSE ST. JEAN 

Repairs made to the wharf by day labour consisted in renewing 10,000 feet 
b.m. of floor stringers and face timbers, 6,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring and 
3,000 feet b.m. of railing. The shed was painted. 

BAGOTVILLE 

A contract was awarded for the enlargement of the wharf approach. The 
work involved the construction of a crib wall, 20 feet wide, 310 feet long by an 
average height of 18 feet, with stone backfilling. General repairs and renewals 
were made by day labour. 



44 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BAIE DES SABLES ( SANDY BAY) 

A small landing pier was constructed in round timber openfaced cribwork 
sheathed and covered with deals, and ballasted with stone. It was built by day 
labour and is 100 feet long by 20 feet wide with a mean height of 14 feet. 

BAIE ST. PAUL 

Wharf. — A contract was awarded for wharf repairs which consisted in tear- 
ing down 190 feet of the cribwork and part of the return wing, filling the bot- 
tom with stone to make a solid berth for the crib, rebuilding the crib, refilling 
and surfacing with gravel, and making a stone mattress in front of the repaired 
part of the wharf. 

Bank Protection. — A contract was awarded for the construction of pro- 
tection work along the banks of riviere du Gouffre. The necessary excavation 
•and filling was made to slope the bank 2^ to 1 and to form in a regular curve 
the upper edges of the rubble stone protection. The bank thus prepared was 
covered with 2 feet of stone and the footing protected with stone riprap. This 
protection work was made at three places on lengths of 600, 560 and 630 feet 
respectively. 

BATISCAN 

A stone and concrete jetty, 625 feet long by 10 feet high, was constructed 
on the upstream side of the harbour to prevent the dredged channels and basin 
from being filled in by sand. 

BELOEIL STATION 

Guide Piers and Protection Works. — The pile protection running from the 
G.T.R. pier to the wharf, a distance of 96 feet, was entirely rebuilt with a double 
row of piles well braced together with two walings on the whole length. Above 
the bridge, the three upstream piers were repaired and a few pieces of crib- 
work renewed. The wooden protection span connecting the largest pier and the 
G.T.R. pier was completely rebuilt. The work was done by day labour. 

Wharf. — The wharf was rebuilt in concrete by day labour. The crib struc- 
ture was cut down to the piles, and for the necessary thickness, to permit the 
construction of a reinforced concrete wall, 3 feet 4 inches thick at the base, 12 
inches at the top, and 10 feet high above low water level. The front concrete 
wall was anchored to concrete anchor blocks by steel rods, and a concrete 
flooring 12 feet wide and 6 inches thick laid on the whole length of the wharf. 

BERTHIERVILLE 

The inner retaining wall of the inclined roadways was raised to a mean 
height of 30 feet and provided with a 2-inch pipe railing on its whole length. 
An extension 16^ by 32^ feet was built to the freight shed, and a shelter con- 
structed at the top of the steps running from the wharf to the street. Filling 
was also placed between the street and the retaining wall. The work was done 
by day labour. 

BIG 

A section of the outer portion of the wharf, 53 feet in length by 25 feet in 
width and approximately 2 feet in mean height, was rebuilt. Four blocks of 
the inner section of the wharf were entirely rebuilt, each 25 feet long, 21 feet 
wide and from 7 to 15 feet high. The 30-foot spans between the blocks were 
also rebuilt, and consist of stringers supported on the ends by corbels placed on 
the blocks. New 3-inch flooring was laid upon an area 435 feet long by 27 feet 
wide, thirteen mooring posts were painted, and 988 lineal feet of cap timbers 
renewed and painted. 



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BONAVENTURE 

An extension to the wharf, 198 feet long by 22 feet wide, was built, under 
contract, in 16 feet of water L.W.S.T. The structure is of round timber open- 
faced cribwork covered with 3-inch deals and sheathed with 4-inch spruce 
planks. Fenders of 10 by 10-inch yellow birch were placed close up, and on 
both sides of the projecting ends of each vertical row of cross-ties, at every 10 
feet. The whole structure was filkd, with stone ballast, to the stringers sup- 
porting the decking. Repairs were made to the protection works by day labour. 

brown's island 

A wharf was built composed of an open-faced cribwork landing-head 46 
by 48 feet, made of two cribs each 16 by 48 feet with a 14-foot span. A small 
freight shed 16 by 24 feet was erected, and the roadway approach made with 
stone and earth fill. 

CACOUNA 

A double flooring in 2-inch deals was laid upon the landing wharf for a 
length of 600 feet by a width of 30 feet, and other parts of the flooring repaired. 
Several pieces of 6-inch sheathing were also renewed. 

CAP DE LA MADELEINE 

The work done comprised the demolishing of a part of the wooden ice 
breaker of the wharf, the construction of part of the new concrete wall, and the 
placing of a small amount of stone filling in the wharf. 

CAP DES ROSIERS (ANSE DES WHALEN} 

A training pier, 185 feet long, 6 feet wide and 7 feet high, was constructed 
in round timber open-faced cribwork, well ballasted with stone. 

CAP ST. IGNACE 

The work consisted in repairing the roadway leading from the public road 
to the wharf, renewing the flooring of the inner 350 feet of the approach, making 
minor repairs to the rest of the flooring, building a stranding berth along the 
east side of the headblock, and renewing 12,000 feet b.m. of the floor stringers. 

CAUGHNAWAGA 

The existing cribwork structure of the wharf was removed to 1 foot below 
low water level and a concrete wall, 18 inches thick at the top, 4 feet thick at 
the bottom and 9 feet high, was built. Six mooring posts were placed, and a 6- 
inch concrete flooring 36-2 fe^t wide was laid on the whole length of the wharf, 
except a small area yei: to be covered. A landing slip was also built. The 
above work was done by contract. Repairs were made to the wharf and the 
two ferry landing piers along the approach were totally rebuilt in concrete 
from low water level. This work was done by day labour. 

CHATEAU RICHER 

The reconstruction of 105 lineal feet of the cribwork on the east side of 
the wharf was carried out to a width of 12 feet and from 5 to 6 f,eet deep. 
Some fenders were renewed and the macadam surface was repaired. 

CHICOUTIMI BASIN 

The coping of the floating pontoon was repaired and the movable slip 
replanked. The pontoon was put in position for the opening of navigation 
and a shed shelter 50 by 25 feet built. At the close of navigation the slip and 
pontoon were put in winter quarters. 



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CONTRECCEUR 



The roadway leading from the wharf approach to the public road was 
surfaced for 90 feet with bituminous macadam. An inclined roadway, 64 feet 
long and 15 feet wide, surfaced with the same material, was built from the 
wharf approach down to the basin dredged at the back of the headblock. The 
work was done by day labour. 

CORTEREAL (ST. MAJORIQUE) 

A stone riprap was placed along 2,170 feet of the northeast side of the 
embankment forming the approach to the bridge. It averages a height of 8 
feet and has a batter of 1^ in 1. Holes in the roadway were filled with gravel 
upon its whole length of 2,556 feet. The wooden sheathing of the cribwork 
approach, for a length of 150 feet, was renewed and the railing guard generally 
repaired. 

CROSS POINT 

An extension, 50 feet long by 30 feet wide on top and 18 feet high, was 
built, under contract, to the eastern outer wing of the landing wharf. It is 
constructed of round timber open-faced cribwork, ballasted with stone, cov- 
ered with 3-inch deals and sheathed on the west and south faces with 6-inch 
planking. The top of the cap timbers is 5 feet above the estimated high water 
level. The 4-inch flooring of the ferry landing slip and nine stringers 20 feet 
long were renewed by day labour. The 4-inch planking for 300 feet by the 
width of the wharf was also renewed on the outer portion of the slip. 

d'aiguillon (seal rock) 

A small landing pier to be used by the fishermen was built of open-faced 
round timber cribwork, ballasted with stone.- It is 92 feet long, 12 feet wide 
and approximately 10 feet in mean height. A piece of land, 200 feet long by 20 
feet wide, was purchased for use as a public road approach to the beach. 

DESJARDINS 

A contract was awarded for the reconstruction of the wharf from low water 
line. The approach was built up from elevation 365 . 5 to elevation 371 . 5, and the 
landing head to elevations 371 . 5 and 373 . 7. Before the contract work was 
undertaken 1,700 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring was renewed in order to keep the 
wharf open to trafiic. 

FASSETT 

The following improvements and repairs were made to the wharf: — 

Low Level Landing. — Three cribs 12 by 16 feet, fully ballasted and sheeted 
with 6- by 6-inch timber, were placed in the landing face between the pile 
bents. The shed was repaired, the slip widened to 9 feet, and the flooring, 
fenders and wheel-guards were renewed. 

High Level Landing.. — A crib 12 by 16 feet, fully ballasted and sheeted with 
old 3-inch plank, was placed in the approach, and three cribs 12 by 16 feet, 
fully ballasted, were placed in the ice breaker. The slip between the high and 
iow level landings was renewed and widened to 9 feet. Twelve stringers were 
replaced, and part of the flooring was renewed. The roadway approach was 
graded from the main road to the wooden approach, and the freight sheds, 
wheel-guards, fenders and railing were given two coats of paint. 

FATHER POINT 

The close-faced cribwork, 9 feet high, 20 feet wide and 100 feet long, was 
completed. North of this crib, along the east face of the wharf, a close-faced 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1925-26 47 

crib 75 feet long by 15 feet wide was also built to complete the reinfoircing 
and close the gap in the wharf. A revetment work 112^ feet long was builr 
and completed, ready to receive the protection piles. The above work was 
done by contract. 

GASCONS WEST (aNSE A LA BARBE) 

In order to give required shelter to fishing boats in the mouth of the river 
Anse a la Barbe, a training jetty 120 feet long by 15 feet wide was built on the 
west bank of the river mouth. This structure was ballasted with stone and 
part of the sheathing placed. 

GASPE (sandy beach) 

The work done consisted in removing the railway track and flooring nortli 
of the wharf shed, and filling in this area with 870 cubic yards of earth and 
stone; quarrying, carting and placing 500 cubic yards of earth and stone in the 
approach to the wharf; repairing the plank flooring of the shed; removing the 
track and flooring south of the shed, 470 by 13 feet, and filling in with 800 
rmbic yards of stone; placing eight new mooring posts; filling a hole in the 
wharf with 130 cubic yards of stone; putting the track back in position north 
of the shed; and renewing 225 ties, 

gatineau point 

The superstructure of the old wharf was demolished, and the two lower 
landings 20 by 16 feet were rebuilt, as well as a high level landing 24 by 16 feet, 
with a slip 8 feet wide by 16 feet long. Riprap walls were built to hold the earth 
approaches. A cribwork retaining wall, 60 feet long by 8 feet wide was built 
on the foundations of the upstream end of the old structure, and a 3-inch 
sheeting placed on the face of the landing and cribwork wall. 

GATINEAU RIVER 

Protection works were built along 450 lineal feet of the river bank. The 
public roadway was widened and graded on a distance of 200 feet. 

GRANDE BAIE (ST. ALEXIs) 

The work comprised the renewal of the 3-inch flooring, floor stringers and 
cross-ties on a length of 180 lineal feet of the wharf. 

GRANDE ENTREE 

A row of close pile sheathing was driven upon a length of 105 feet starting 
from the west face of the wharf and extending westwards. The space between 
this and the private wharves in the rear was stringered and floored on top of 
close driven piles. The above forms an enlargement of the wharf 105 feet in 
length by an average width of 27 feet. The breastwork located along the out- 
side shore was generally repaired and strengthened, and minor repairs were made. 

GRANDE RIVIERH 

A temporary wall was built with piles and planks in the 100-foot gap or 
break in the wharf which had been damaged by storms. The pile-driver, also 
damaged, was practically rebuilt. 

GRINDSTONE, M.I. 

The superstructure of the landing wharf was partly rebuilt upon a length 
of 450 feet. One-half of the fenders and stringers were replaced, together with 
a part of the flooring. Some cross-ties were renewed and 2,000 cubic yards of 
stone ballast placed. Along the south face of the wharf, upon 300 feet in length. 



48 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

a heavy stone riprap was commenced, and 600 cubic yards were placed. This 
work was suspended to save from destruction the outer portion of the pier, 
which was damaged during a storm, upon a length of 100 feet from the outer 
end. 

GRONDINES 

The work under contract was completed and consisted in constructing two 
parallel concrete walls 462 feet long, spaced 22 feet apart, outside measurement. 
Upon a length of 235 feet the walls rest on a solid rock foundation, and for 227 
feet on a cribwork foundation. These concrete walls are 1^ feet wide at the 
top, 7^ feet wide at the base, 18 feet high for the part resting on the rock 
foundation, and 15 feet 4 inches high for that on the cribwork foundation. A 
stone-filled cribwork, 227 feet long and 24-| feet wide on top with a batter on 
each side of 1 in 12 and an average height of 5 feet, was constructed. The 
space between the two walls w^as filled with stone, and the whole surface covered 
with 1 foot of bituminousinacadam. The wharf was provided with the necessary 
steel ladders, mooring posts and rings. The laying of 630 square yards of 
bituminous macadam on the approach was completed and 450 cubic yards of 
stone filling placed on each side of the approach and at the shore end of the 
wharf. A fence was built by day labour, on each side of the roadway leading 
to the wharf. 

GROSSE ISLE 

Extensive repairs were made to the flooring and sheathing of the wharf. 
The coping was renewed and the coal bins were repaired. 

HAVRE AUBERT (POINTE SHEa) 

The work done consisted in renewing 40 lineal feet of the wharf flooring, 
replacing a few cubic yards of stone ballast and building a pile driver. Sixty 
pilps averaging 27 feet in length were purchased, dressed and prepared for 
driving. , 

HAVRE ST. PIERRE (POINTE AUX ESQUIMAUX) 

The 12 by 12-inch floor stringers and the flooring between the headblock 
and approach were renewed. The cribwork of the headblock was levelled and 
a stone mattress placed around it to prevent undermining by the waves and 
currents. 

HIGH F.\LLS 

The wharf was rebuilt from low water line. The new structure comprises 
a cribwork landing head 30 by 36 feet, with a low and a high level landing. 
The high level landing is provided with a slip 16 feet long and 8 feet wide. The 
approach, 26 feet long, is made up of a crib 12 by 24 feet with a 14-foot span 
next to the landing head. All the cribs were built of round timber and filled with 
stone. The flooring is 3-inch hemlock. 

HONFLEUR (STE. MONIQUE) 

The pile construction of the wharf was replaced by a cribwork pier 20 by 
40 feet, joined to the shore by a span 17 feet long. The freight shed was 
repaired and extended. 

HOUSE HARBOUR, M.l. 

The head of the wharf and both comers were close-sheathed with 35 to 40- 
foot piles, minor repairs were made, and a warehouse near the wharf was pur- 
chased and repaired to be used as a freight shed and waiting room. 



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HULL 



A 6-inch concrete slab, 50 by 34 feet, was built on the low level landing of 
the wharf. The two-line pipe railing along the low level approach was replaced 
by a 12-inch square concrete wheelguard 251 feet long. Minor repairs were 
made to the freight shed, a portion of the approach was graded, and the drainage 
system on high level landing improved. 



IBERVILLE 



The work done consisted in building four-pile clusters, three of which are 
composed oi five piles each, and the other of three piles. The piles in each 
cluster are bolted together. The work was done by day labour. 



ILE PERROT SUD 

About three-quarters of the plank flooring of the headblock and part of 
the stringers were renewed. Extensive repairs were made to the stone riprap 
of the approach and right of way. The work was done by day labour. 

ISLE VERTE 

A landing slip, 50 feet long 10 feet wide and 5 to 13 feet high, was built 
along the southeast face of the wharf. The shore end portion of the crib ap- 
proach was dismantled, and the space between the face timbers was filled in 
with earth, sand and gravel for a length of 80 feet. The road approach to the 
wharf was repaired upon a length of 530 feet, and a layer of gravel. 16 feet wide 
and 12 inches thick, was placed upon it. The ditches on both sides were 
deepened. 

ISLE VERTE (RIVIERE VERTE) 

A new wharf, 70 feet long by 50 feet wide, was constructed, and is composed 
of a pile breastwork filled in the rear with brush mattresses loaded with stone 
ballast and earth. The whole was surfaced with gravel. 

KA.MOURASKA 

The work on the upstream wharf involved the renewal of the cribwork of 
the headblock on a height of 3 to 4 feet, and the renewal of the coping and paving 
with 3-inch lumber. The flooring of the approach and the sheathing of the head- 
block were repaired. On the downstream wharf the work consisted in extending 
the slip 20 feet outward on its whole width of 17 feet, renewing 19,000 feet b.m. 
of the coping and sheathing, and repairing the 3-inch flooring. 

LACHINE 

Along the south and east faces of the downstream part of the Grand Trunk 
Railway wharf a concrete wall was constructed resting partly on the old crib- 
work and extending out 2-| feet to the lake bottom, with piling 4 feet centre 
to centre. Along the north face and resting on the old crib structure a con- 
crete wall was built with a landing stage and steps. A smiliar wall 40 feet 
long was built from the west end of the northern face wall and extending shore- 
ward. The wharf was filled and levelled with stone and a 6-inch concrete floor 
laid on the whole surface, including the upper part of the wharf rebuilt last 
year. The above work was done by contract. Prior to the contract work the 
driving of piles and the removal of the old plank flooring were done by day 
labour. 

l'.\nse au beaufils 

The inner eastern jetty was rebuilt for a length of 505 feet. The structure 
is a breastwork built with round timber sheathed on the outside and ballasted 
with stone. 

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The wharf repairs comprised the renewal of 10,000 feet b.m. of square 
timber, 5,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring, 1,000 feet b.m. of railing, and some 
sheathing. 

LA TUQUE 

A stone-filled cribwork wharf, 40 feet long, 50 feet wide and 12 feet high 
at the front, was built with a depth of 5 feet at low water. The stone approach 
was protected on the downstream and upstream sides by heavy stone riprap. 
The work was done by day labour. 

LES ^BOULEMENTS 

The hoisting apparatus, the fixed slip and the flooring of the wharf were 
repaired. The superstructure of the eastern half of the headblock was renewed 
and levelled and general repairs were made. 

LOTBINIERE 

The work done under contract consisted in demolishing the old wooden 
flooring, stringers and cap piece on all the surface of the approach, 401 feet long 
by 20 to 23 feet wide ; cutting of sheathing and demolishing the old cribwork to 
6 feet below the top of the cap piece of the old wharf, on a width of 4^ feet and 
a length of 401 feet on both sides; constructing concrete walls on each side of 
the approach with a concrete stairway on the east side; building a heavy stone 
riprap on the' west side of the shore end of the approach; and laying bituminous 
macadam on the whole surface. The space between the concrete walls and stone 
riprap was filled with one man stone, and the whole surfaced with one foot of 
bituminous macadam. The wharf was provided with the necessary mooring 
posts, mooring rings and steel ladders. 

M.AL BAY 

The eastern face of the deep water wharf for 150 feet in length by 16 feet 
in average height was sheathed with 8- by 8-inch spruce timber, and 300 cubic 
yards of stone placed in the structure. A portion of the wharf flooring was 
repaired. 

MAEIA CAPES 

A portion of the protection work 170 feet long, which had been destroyed 
along the highway, was rebuilt to prevent complete destruction of the roadway. 
The new structure is of round timber open-faced cribwork ballasted with stone. 

MATANE 

Eastern Breakwater. — In completing, under. contract, the breakwater exten- 
tion 600 feet long, a double 3-inch sheathing was laid on part of the east 
sloping face. This extension was damaged by storm, and extensive repairs 
were made by day labour. Broken ties and vertical posts were replaced where 
necessary, and transversal bracing timbers laid and bolted at every 10 feet 
to sound timbers in the structure. The outer end was entirely rebuilt and 
reballasted for 30 feet and close sheathed. New vertical posts were placed where 
necessary and bolted to sound ties. 

Western Wharf. — The contract for the extension of this wharf was closed, 
owing to an accident which occurred to the structure during February, 1925. 
A new contract was awarded for the reconstruction of the superstructure of this 
extension, and of a 20-foot widening to the wharf upon a length of 390 feet. 
The work under this contract is nearly completed, with the exception of the 
flooring, fenders, mooring posts, protection piles and a portion of the ballasting 



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MIGUASHA 

An extension, 180 feet 3 inches, was built to the wharf. For 40 feet at the 
outer end, it has a width of 30 feet with a landing slip on the south face for 
small boats. The remaining portion is 20 feet wide, except at the inner end where 
a ferry landing, 51 feet long by 23 feet 4 inches wide, is provided on the south 
side. 

MONTMAGNY 

Outer Wharf. — The repairs comprised the renewal of 10,000 feet b.m. of 
square timber and 13,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring and sheathing. Fenders 
and hardwood sheathing were also renewed. The approach was regraded with 
gravel and stone, the headblock filled with ballast stone and the wharf crane 
repaired. 

Inner Wharf. — A stranding berth 100 by 20 feet was constructed, and gen- 
eral repairs were made. 

NICOLET 

Upper Wharf. — The work done consisted in renewing the wooden flooring, 
stringers and sheathing. 

Lmver Wharf. — Repairs were made to the freight shed. 

NOTRE-DAME DU LAC 

A cribwork landing slip, 24 feet wide by 65 feet long, was constructed on 
the south side of the wharf, 

PAPINEATJV'ILLE 

The landing head of the wharf was rebuilt and remodelled. The wharf has 
now a high level landing 36 by 37 feet, with a 20- foot slip 9 feet wide, and a low 
level landing 44 by 37 feet wide, with a slip 12 feet long by 9 feet wide. The 
shed was temporarily repaired to receive freight in the early part of the season. 

PERIBONKA 

About 180 lineal feet of the pile approach of the wharf was reconstructed. 
The freight shed was repaired and painted, and minor repairs were made to the 
flooring of the headblock. 

POINTE AU PIC (MURRAY BAY) 

Extensive repairs were made to the shore end of the wharf. The concrete 
on a length of 220 feet was repaired and 225 cubic yards of cribwork west of 
the slip rebuilt to low water line. An extension 40 by 20 feet was added to 
the freight shed and the open shelter enlarged. The shingle roof of the west 
wing of the shed, 10,000 cubic feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring, 19,500 feet b.m. of 
12- by 12-inch stringers and walings, and 7,000 feet b.m. of 12- by 12-inch 
oak fenders were renewed. Repairs were made to the hoisting mechanism, 
and the macadam surface was regraded. 

PORT AU PERSIL 

The damage done to the east side of the wharf approach by a severe 
storm was repaired by building a concrete wall 100 feet long and 6 feet high, 
renewing one fender and repairing the gravel surface. 

PORT AU SAUMON 

A contract was awarded to reconstruct part of the wharf. A section of 
the old cribwork structure was removed. This work consisted in tearing down 
8,000 lineal feet of old timber and 512 cubic yards of crib, and excavating 135 

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cubic yards of material to prepare the foundation for the new work. The con- 
struction of 2,572 cubic yards of cribwork with a layer of gravel 1 foot thick 
was carried out. This formed a structure 304 feet long, 20 feet wide for the 
main part, 30 feet for the headblock and 19^ feet high at its outer end. 

POET DANIEL EAST 

The superstructure of the outer end of the wharf was rebuilt upon a length 
of 200 feet, a width of 52 feet, and an average height of 3 feet. The break in 
the wharf was repaired upon a height of 7 feet with square timber and 
reballasted with sand. Along the eastern outer face 690 sheathing piles were 
driven. The shore end portion was rebuilt upon a length of 75 feet and a 
height of 5 feet, and reinforced with iron rods from face to face. A new foun- 
dation frame was laid in place for the shed and lighthouse and filled in with 
ballast. Piles were topped with 13-inch deal upon a length of 75 feet along 
the east face, and 175 cubic yards of ballast was placed in the outer end of 
the structure. 

RIMOUSKI 

The electric lighting system on the wharf was rearranged. The interior 
of the freight shed at the outer end of the wharf was repaired, new partitions 
were made and a portion of the floor was renewed. The western face of the 
wharf was reinforced by driving 22-foot wooden protection piles along 700 feet 
of the older portion of the wharf. The piles were driven 7 to 9 feet into the 
bottom, with tops secured to the structure by five 1-inch round iron bolts. The 
flooring of the wharf was renewed on the western part of the siding on the 
older part of the wharf. Repairs and renewals were made to the track foun- 
dation. 

RIVIERE DU LIEVRE (lOCK AND DAM) 

J^'our 10- by 10-inch stringers and 32 pieces of 10- by 10-inch sheeting were 
placed on the downstream side of the dam. A new casting was placed under 
the lower gate on the east side of the locks, and the adjusting rod was rethreaded. 
Minor repairs were made to the lockmaster's quarters. 

RIVIERE DU LOUP (eN BAS) 

The work done involved the renewal of 13,000 feet b.m. of sheathing, 8,000 
feet b.m. of fenders, 16,000 feet b.m. of railing, 5,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring, 
and three ladders. The shed was painted and the movable slip put up for 
the winter, 

riviere ouelle 

Wharf. — The work done consisted in repairing the movable slip and the 
hoisting apparatus, and renewing 8,000 feet b.m. of 6-inch hardwood sheathing, 
6,000 feet b.m. of 10- by 10-inch floor stringers and 40,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch 
flooring. 

Stone Wall Protection. — A stone wall, 500 feet long, 4 feet wide at the base, 
2 feet at the top, and averaging 4 feet high, was constructed. 

ROBERVAL 

Breakwater. — The work done consisted in placing 113 cubic yards of ballast 
stone in the outer part, and renewing 16,378 feet b.m. of 3-inch spruce sheathing 
on the east face. 

Wharj. — The completion of the contract work necessitated the placing of 695 
cubic yards of stone backfilling, 455 cubic yards of concrete, 375 square yards 



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of gravel surface 1 foot thick, and supplying and placing 82 railroad ties. 
The shed was painted, the roof renewed, and the flooring and sheathing of the. 
wharf repaired by day labour, 

SABBEVOIS 

The wharf having been badly damaged by ice, extensive repairs were made 
to the pile headblock and approach. About twenty-five piles were spliced and 
half of the beams, stringers and flooring were renewed. The work was done 
by day labour. 

STE. ADELAIDE DE PABOS 

The sheathing and several face timbers were renewed upon a length of 200 
feet along the east face of the wharf. 

ST. ANDRlS 

Stone riprap walls were built by contract, on each side of the shore end 
of the cribwork wharf for a length of 900 feet. The repairs done by day labour 
consisted in placing 130 cubic yards of ballast stone in the wharf, and renewing 
12,000 feet b.m. of floor stringers, 33,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring, the flooring 
on two spans, the inclined plane to reach the beach from the wharf, and 3,000 
feet b.m. of 9- by 9-inch coping. The coping, mooring posts and other parts 
were painted and repairs made to the gravel surface of the approach. 

STE. ANNE DE CHICOUTIMI 

The flooring, coping and floating pontoon of the wharf were repaired and 
horse paths and guardrail constructed. 

STE. ANNE DE LA POCATIERE 

The floor stringers and 15,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch spruce flooring of the 
wharf were renewed, and repairs made to the sheathing. The shed and coping 
were painted. 

STE, ANNE DES MONTS 

A new 5-inch sheathing was placed on a length of 230 feet by a height of 
20 feet upon the outer west face of the landing wharf. The three landing slips 
were repaired, forty-two 10- by 12-inch hardwood fenders were renewed and 
the northwest corner of the wharf was sheathed in 5-inch hardwood upon a 
length of 12 feet and a height of 20 feet. 

ST. ANTOINE DE TILLY 

A contract was awarded to reconstruct the wharfhead 70 feet long and 60 
feet wide, and the following work was done: — 

The flooring, stringers, cap timbers and sheathing of the existing headblock 
were removed. The excavation was made for the foundations, and concrete 
walls were built around the old headblock. These walls are 240 feet long, out- 
side measurement, 18 inches wide at the top and from 7 to 10 feet wide at the 
base, varying with the height which is from 22 to 27 feet. The space between 
the walls was filled with one man stone to 2 feet below the top. A movable 
wooden landing slip, 40 feet long by 12 feet wide, and a wooden freight shed, 
28 by 12 feet, were constructed. Tie rods, steel plates, ladders, mooring posts 
and rings were put in place. A new gravel roadway approach was constructed 
by day labour from the public road to the wharf. 



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STE. CROIX 

The reconstruction and repairs to the wharf done under contract was com- 
pleted. The old shore cribAvork and trestle-work were demolished and removed, 
and a new open face stone-filled cribwork constructed. It is 100 feet long, 20 
feet wide, averaging in height from 11 feet 2 inches to 15 feet 4 inches, floored 
with 3-inch deals and provided with six cast-iron mooring posts. A wooden 
trestle, 150 feet long and 15 feet wide, was built, varying in height from 4 to 
10 feet, floored with 3-inch deals and provided with a 10- by 10-inch coping on 
each side. An earth roadway approach, 70 feet long by 15 feet wide, was built 
from the trestle-work to the shore and protected on each side by heavy stone 
riprap. 

ST. DOMINIQUE DU LAC 

An open-faced cribwork wharf, 50 feet long, 16 feet wide and 8 feet high 
at its outer end, was built with an earth approach 20 feet long and 50 feet wide 
at the shore end, and riprapped with stone on each side. The wharf is sheathed 
and floored with 3-inch deals. In line with the north side of the wharf and 20 
feet out, a pier 16 feet square and 8 feet high was built of open-faced cribwork 
to permit the mooring of the ferry scow. 

. STE. FAMILLE, I.O. 

The work done consisted in renewing 5,500 feet b.m. of coping and face 
timbers in the wharf, and placing 460 cubic yards of stone fill. A surface of 
broken stone and screening was put on the wharf and repairs were made to the 
sheathing. 

ST. FRANCOIS NORD, I.O. 

The cribwork on the outer 180 feet of the wharf was renewed to a depth of 
6 and 7 feet and covered with 3-inch flooring. The coping along the east side, 
some fenders, mooring posts and sheathing were renewed and part of the floor- 
ing of the approach was repaired. The shed, new coping and mooring posts 
were painted. 

ST. FRAN5OIS SUD, I.O. 

The work involved the renewal of 28,300 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring and 
5,000 feet b.m. of floor stringers in the wharf, and the painting of the coping 
and hoisting apparatus. 

ST. FULGENCE 

The shore end of the wharf was repaired with 27,000 feet b.m. of square 
timber and 11,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch sheathing and flooring. 

ST. GEDEON 

The shore end pier of the wharf, which was completely decayed, was rebuilt, 
by constructing two concrete walls with stone and earth filling. 

ST. GREGOIRE (MONTMORENCY VILLAGE) 

The site of the new section of the revetment wall was excavated to the rock 
surface, and a concrete v^^all, 100 feet long, 9 to 10 feet high and 4 feet wide at 
the base, was built and anchored back to the old structure. 

ST. IGNACE DU LAC 

A riprap protection wall was constructed and the channel cleaned. The 
work was done by day labour. 



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ST. IRENEE 

Some of the wharf coping, flooring and the framework of the hoisting 
apparatus were renewed, and a cover was made and placed over the machinery. 
The coping and hoisting apparatus were painted. The cribwork was rebuilt for 
a height of 18 feet, averaging 25 feet long and 10 feet deep from the eastern 
comer of the wharf towards the shore, and 15 feet long along the front face of 
the wharf. 

ST. je:an, I.e. 

Renewals were made to the fenders, sheathing and flooring of the wharf. 
The shed was painted and the slip and hoisting apparatus were repaired. A 
strip of the macadam surface 9 feet wide was replaced by concrete along the 
lower side of the wharf and on part of the headblock. 

ST. JEAN PORT JOLI 

In making repairs to the wharf 300 cubic yards of ballast stone was placed 
in the headblock. Twenty-two fenders were renewed and 150 lineal feet of the 
approach was reconstructed on a depth of 4 to 7 feet. The two small piers at 
the shore end of the approach were rebuilt, and the shed was repaired and 
painted. The coping and mooring posts were also painted. 

ST. JOHNS 

The ice breaker of the upstream pier was rebuilt in concrete. The old 
crib structure, with sufficient of the stone filling, was removed to extreme low 
water level, and a concrete wall built around it. The sloped top face of the 
ice breaker was covered with a concrete slab 12 inches thick. The work was 
done by day labour. 

ST. LAURENT, I.O. 

The work done by contract consisted in building on each side of the wharf 
a concrete wall, filling in with stone, and building a concrete flooring. The 
work done by day labour comprised the renewal of some of the planking in the 
slip, grading the surface of the wharf with gravel, painting, and making minor 
repairs. 

ST. MARC 

The stone riprap was repaired, and a freight shed 20 by 24 feet built. A 
concrete sidewalk 8 by 60 feet from the slip of the wharf to the shed was built 
to facilitate the trucking of freight, and a new layer of gravel laid on the 
whole approach. The work was done by day labour. 

ST. MICHEL DE BEI.LECHASSE 

The old wooden flooring was removed from 280 lineal feet of the wharf. 
This section was then filled with ballast stone and surfaced with a 1-foot layer 
of gravel. A concrete walk was built along the east side of the wharf. 

ST. OMER 

A protection work was built along the highway to stop erosion due to 
action of the sea. It is a round timber open-faced cribwork structure 150 
feet long, 6 feet wide and 5 feet high, filled with stone ballast and located 
some few hundred feet west from the wharf. Another protection 700 feet long 
by 5 feet high was built to prevent the flooding, during extreme high spring 
tides, of the public road in the vicinity of the mouth of the river Nouvelle. The 
work is composed of piles driven every 6 feet bonded together and sheathed v/ith 
6-inch cedar planks, the whole being backfilled with gravel. 



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ST. OURS 

The ice breaker and high level wharf were almost completely rebuilt, and 
the flooring of the low level wharf and freight shed repaired. The work was 
done by day labour. 

STE. PETRONILLE, I.O. 

The work done consisted in building 200 cubic yards of cribwork at the 
head of the movable slip, constructing a steel floating pontoon, excavating the 
crib at the site of the pontoon, placing 5,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch sheathing, pur- 
chasing and placing two 5-ton spur-geared blocks, and renewing the oak fenders. 
The work was done by day labour. 

ST. ROCH DES AULNAIES 

The repairs made to the wharf comprised the renewal of approximately 
15,800 feet b.m. of timber and 5,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch flooring. 

ST. SIMEON DE BONAVENTURE 

A small landing pier 60 feet long. 12 feet wide and 9 feet high was con- 
structed of open face round timber cribwork ballasted with stone. An exten- 
sion 66 feet long, 22 feet wide and 15 feet high was built to the breakwater 
located on Little Bonaventure Island. It was constructed of open face round 
timber cribwork, ballasted with stone, sheathed and covered with deals. 

An extension 30 feet long, 15 feet wide and 12^ feet high was added to the 
landing pier in front of Henry's Beach. It was built of round timber open 
face cribwork filled with stone. Fenders were placed on each side of the pro- 
jecting ends of the cross-ties to reinforce the structure. 

ST. SULPICE VILLAGE 

A wharf consisting of a closely driven pile structure filled with stone was 
built, and anchored to piles driven at the back. It is 26 feet 3 inches long, 18 
feet wide on the upstream side, 19^ feet on the downstream side, and 17 feet 
high with 10 feet of water at low water level. Earth filling was placed at the 
back of the headblock to connect the wharf to the roadway leading to the public 
road. The work was done by day labour. 

ST, ULEIC (riviere BLANCHE) 

General repairs were made to the approach and timber in the superstructure 
and sheathing of the wharf. 

STE. VICTOIRE 

The old crib headblock was demolished to low water level and rebuilt. The 
high level wharf was reconstructed on a length of 14 feet, and the balance to 
the level of the lower wharf, to give better accommodation during the summer. 
The low water wharf or pile structure was provided with new flooring and part 
of the stringers were renewed. The riprap underneath the freight shed was 
repaired and cemented, and a platform built from the slip of the wharf to the 
shed to facilitate the trucking of freight. The work was done by day labour. 

SEPT ILES 

The repairs made to the wharf consisted in renewing 4,675 square feet of 
3-inch flooring on the inner end of the structure. The whole coping was also 
renewed and painted, and a concrete approach built. 



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SOREL 

High Level Wharf. — A contract was awarded for the reconstruction of part 
of the high level wharf. A concrete wall, 278.5 feet long, 15.5 feet high, 2^ feet 
thick at the top and 8 feet thick at the bottom, was built on the front face of the 
wharf. Seven concrete anchor blocks were constructed to which the front wall 
was anchored. A concrete flooring, 12 inches thick and 12 feet 10 inches wide, 
was laid along the inside, and two landing slips with concrete walls on the sides 
were constructed on the front of the wharf. 

Protection Works. — Land slides attending the dredging of the Lanctot 
Basin, undermined the existing crib, necessitating its reconstruction. The crib 
was demolished, new piles were driven, and a crib similar to the previous one 
was built at the back of the row of piles. The new crib was bolted to the new 
piles and also anchored to the old ones, which were left in place to prevent 
furl.her land sliding. Two extensions to these crib protection works were con- 
structed along the west shore of the basin. This crib is now 691^ feet long, 
7 feet wide and 5 to 6 feet high. 

TADOTJSSAC (aNSE A l'eAU) 

The movable slip of the wharf was reinforced, and the 3-inch decking and 
some stringers were renewed. Part of the wooden trestle approach was renewed 
and part replaced by a stone and earth embankment. 

tadoussac (anse tadoussac) 

The site for the cribwork extension was blasted and the rock bottom 
removed to the required depth. An open face cribwork pier 40 by 40 feet, 
17 feet high on the rear face and 24 feet high on the front, was built of 11-inch 
round timber. The faces were doubled and some stone filling placed. The work 
was done by contract. Some of the cribwork of the approach was repaired by 
day labour and part of the sidewalk renewed. The right of way was regraded 
with stone and gravel, and four fenders were renewed on the front face of the 
headblock, 

TBOIS LACS 

Four tiers of cribwork on a length of 100 feet of the wharf approach and 
two tiers on the headblock were renewed. This cribwork was filled with stone 
and surfaced with gravel. Approximately 2,000 feet b.m. of 3-inch sheathing 
was renewed and repairs were made to the earth approach. 

TROIS RIVIERES 

A contract was awarded for the construction of a steel freigjit shed on the 
Bureau wharf. The excavation was made for the foundation walls 406.5 feet 
long, 61.5 feet wide and 7 feet high. These walls are 5 feet wide at the base 
and 1.5 feet at the top. The space enclosed was filled with sand from the 
ground level to within 1 foot of the top. An 8-inch reinforced concrete floor 
was laid on a 4-inch layer of crushed stone and upon this a shed 405 feet long, 
60 feet wide and 15 feet high was erected. It was roofed and sheathed with 
galvanized iron sheets, provided with eighteen 10- by 10-foot sliding doors and 
lighted by electricity. 

VALLEYFIELD 

The wharf was completely rebuilt in concrete by contract. A reinforced 
concrete wall was erected all along the front, and along the downstream and 
upstream faces of the wharf. Two slips were constructed, and seven mooring 



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posts and lour mooring rings placed. A 6-inch concrete flooring 13^ feet wide 
v/as laid on the whole length of the wharf. The pilework skirting the front of 
the wharf was done by day labour. 

VARENNES 

Part of the front wall of the wharf running from the slip to the downstream 
end was in danger of falling into the water. To prevent this, and to reinforce 
the whole structure, fourteen piles, 12 by 12 inches and 35 feet long, were driven 
on the front face of the wharf, and four similar piles on the downstream face. 
These piles were driven about 5 feet apart, and anchored to the concrete wall ol 
the wharf. Two rows of braces, also 12 by 12 inches, were placed between the 
piles to act as fenders. The front concrete wall and the downstream wall were 
anchored with 2-inch anchoring rods to a concrete anchoring wall built back 
some 30 feet. The concrete of all the walls and flooring was also repaired. The 
work was done by day labour. 

VERCHERES 

The main headblock and the whole approach of the wharf were covered 
with a reinforced concrete flooring 6 inches thick. The worii was done by day 
labour. 

VILLE MARIE 

The repairs to the wharf consisted in renewing 25,000 feet b.m. of 4i-inch 
flooring along the approach and landing head, and replacing seventy-five 
stringers 10 by 10 inches by 16 feet and twelve pieces 10 by 12 inches by 16 feet. 
The 24- by 24-foot waiting room was given two coats of paint. 

woodman's beach 

An extension 50 feet long by 12 feet wide with a mean height of 11 feet was 
added to the existing breakwater. The breastwork protecting the foot of the 
hill approach to the wharf was repaired, and the approach graded. 

generally 

Repairs were made to the following works: — 

Amherst harbour, protection works; Amos, wharf; Ayer's Cliff, wharf; 
Aylmer, wharf; Barachois de Malbaie, wharf; Beauport, wharf; Bellerive, Hur- 
teau wharf; Berthier (en bas), wharf; Bryant's Landing, wharf; Cabano, wharf; 
Cacouna East, wharf approach; Calumet-Bryson, bridge; Cap a I'Aigle, wharf; 
Cap Chat, wharf and beach; Cape Cove, wharf; Carleton, protection works; 
Champlain, wharf shed; Chicoutimi, wharf; Choisy (Graham's), wharf; Coteau 
Landing, approach; Deschaillons, wharf, shed and roadway; Des Joachims, 
bridges; East Templeton, wharf; Fauvel, wharf; Fox River, wharf; Gascons 
(Anso k I'Ours), cribwork; Georgeville, wharf and approach; Grand Mechins, 
wharf; Hamilton Cove (Port Neuf), wharf; Hopetown, beach approach; Hope- 
town (Allen's Beach), beach approach: Hopetown (Millar and Mann's), pro- 
tection works; Hudson, wharf; He aux Coudres, wharf; He Perrot Nord, right 
of way; He Verte (River Gerard), breastworks; Lac Megantic, wharf; Lanoraie, 
wharf; L'Anse a Valleau, breakwater; Levis, wharf; Louiseville, wharf shed; 
Magog, wharf; Maria (Glenburnie River), jetty; Masson, wharf; Matapedia 
(Interprovincial highway), roadway; Mille Vaches, wharf; Montebello, wharf; 
New Carlisle West, breakwater; North Timiskaming, bridge; North Timis- 
kaming, wharf; Norway Bay, wharf; Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs, wharves; 
Noyan (Lacolle), wharf; Paspebiac; wharf; Paspebiac East, roadway approach; 
Perkins' Landing, wharf; Pierreville, wharf shed; Pointe Basse M.I., wharf; 
Poin*;e Bourque (Carleton), protection works and roadway; Pointe Pizeau, 



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wharf; Portage du Fort, bridges; Port Daniel West, roadway; Quinze, dam; 
Rigaud, wharf sheds; River Caplan, breakwater; Riviere aux Vases, wharf; 
Riviere des Vases, wharf; St. Andrews, wharf sheds; Ste. Anne de Beaupre, 
wharf; Ste. Anne de Bellevue, wharf; Ste. Anne de Sorel, wharf; St. Antoine 
wharf approach; St. Bathelemi (Grand Nord), wharf; St. Charles de Caplan 
(Cote Robichaud), roadway; St. Charles de Caplan (Poirier's Beach), crib- 
work protection; St. Charles de Caplan (Ruisseau Warth), roadway; St. 
Charles de Caplan, wharf and roadway; St. Denis, wharf; St. Frangois du Lac, 
wharf shed; St. Georges de Malbaie (Ruisseau Plat, Grande Anse), roadway; 
St. Godfrey, wharf; St. Godfroy (Riviere Nouvelle), breakwater; St. Hilaire, 
wharf; St. Ignace de Loyola Sud, protection works; St. Luce, wharf; St. 
Matliias, wharf approach; St. Methode, wharf; St. Nicholas, wharf; St. Paul 
(He au Noix), wharf approach; St. Roch de Richelieu, wharf; St. Simeon, 
wharf; St. Zotique, approach; Shigawake, wharf; Squatteck, wharf; Thurso, 
wharf; Trois Pistoles, breakwater; Woburn, wharf. 

ONTARIO 

BLIND RIVER 

A freight shed, 30 by 60 feet, of square timber framework, was constructed 
on the wharf by day labour. The sides are built of drop pine siding and the 
roof of 1-inch dressed pine sheeting covered with three-ply standard ready roof- 
ing. Two freight doors were placed on the south side, and an office and waiting 
room, 10 by 15 feet, built in one corner. An electric lighting system was 
installed and the whole building painted. 

BRONTE 

The reconstruction of a section of the north pier involved the renewal of two 
courses of face timbers on each side of the pier, together wit'i the stringers and 
decking on a length of 572 feet and on a width varying from 16 to 24 feet. 
The work commenced at a point measured 330 feet westerly from the east end 
of the pier, and extended westerly for 572 feet. 

BURLINGTON CHANNEL 

South Pier. — ^The work of reconstructing 190 lineal feet of the pier was 
carried out under contract. The existing wooden superstructure was removed, 
and a concrete one, 21-^ feet wide and 190 feet long, was constructed. The work 
commenced 114 feet measured easterly from the bay end of the south pier, and 
extended easterly for a length of 190 feet. 

North Pier. — ^The work of repairing the damaged section consisted in remov- 
ing the old sheet piling and stone filling which had fallen into the channel, 
driving a new section of sheet piling for a length of 60 feet, together with the 
placing and anchoring in position of walings. This work was done by contract 
and commenced 450 feet from the lake end of the north pier and extended 
westerly for a length of 60 feet. 

CHATHAM (MCGREGOR'S CREEK ) 

Repairs to Sheet Pile-Wall. — The old wall for a length of 20 feet adjacent 
to the oth street bridge was repaired by day labour. Additional work was done 
at the foot bridge where the wall was repaired for a distance of 44 feet upstream 
from the bridge. 

Renewal of Sheet Pile Wall. — ^The old wall at the general hospital failed for 
a length of 100 feet through undermining, and was reconstructed by day labour. 
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101 feet 10 inches. A 10-foot return or wing wall was dri\'en at the upstream 
end, and the downstream or 29-foot section of the existing v/all replaced. The 
work was done by contract. 

CHUTE A BLONDEAU 

The work done in rebuilding the old wharf consisted in making the neces- 
sary excavation; placing 116 cubic yards of concrete in crib members; install- 
ing the slip, wheelguards, icebreaker, two mooring bollards and 1,965 feet b.m. 
of waling and fenders; and placing 18 cubic yards of crushed stone under the 
ice breaker slab and 120 cubic yards of extra stone filling. The work is being 
done by contract. 

COBOURG 

The existing wooden superstructure of the east pier, 127 feet 5 inches long 
by 33 feet wide, was removed for a total depth of 8 feet and reconstructed in 
concrete. The work commenced at a point measured 425 feet north of the outer 
end of the east pier, and extended northerly for its full length. The work was 
done by contract. 

COLLINGWOOD 

A contract was awarded for the reconstruction, in concrete, of 580 lineal 
feet of the northwest breakwater. The reconstructed work extends westerly 
from the eastern end of the breakwater and has a maximum width of 21 feet 9 
inches with a width on top of 17 feet and a maximum height of 12 feet 9 inches. 

CUMBERLAND 

The work done by contract consisted in demolishing the old cribwork land- 
ing head, approach and low level shed; erecting on the old cribwork substruc- 
ture an open face concrete cribwork landing head, 90 feet long and 30 feet 
wide, with high and low level landings; building an open face concrete crib 
20 feet long, 18 feet wide and 13 feet 6 inches high, and a span 9 feet long on 
the upstream side and 12 feet long on the downstream side, by 18 feet wide; 
putting in a 6-ineh floor system and a 12- by 12-inch wheelguard; erecting a 
pipe railing on the approach ; and repairing and moving the existing freight shed. 

DESERONTO 

An open face cribwork, 8 feet wide and 5 feet high, was built on the old 
substructure from the southeast corner of the landing head along the east side 
of the wharf for a length of 106 feet. The backfilling was levelled up with 
stone to permit vehicles to turn, and a freight shed, 12 by 16 feet, built of cor- 
rugated iron. 

GODERICH 

The following work was performed by day labour: — 

South Pier ---The superstructure was rebuilt in concrete for a length of 300 
feet, and the substructure cribs were reinforced by bearing piles along the front 
face and anchor piles at the rear of the structure. Six mooring posts with 
enlarged concrete foundations were placed, and general repairs made to the 
decking and stringers. 

North Pier. — One mooring post was rebuilt with enlarged concrete base. 

West Side cf Harbour. — Twenty-seven mooring piles 30 feet long were 
driven for the use of the winter grain fleet. 

Northwest Breakwater. — Twenty-eight cubic yards of concrete was placed 
in the hole at the water line. 



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River Breakwater. — Backfilling to the extent of 600 cubic yards was placed 
in the rear of the part rebuilt in 1924. 

Tvnnel. — The bottom was repaired and lowered. 
Town Dock. — Part of the oak waling was renewed. 
The following work was performed under contract: — 

River Breakwater. — The superstructure for a length of 950 feet was recon- 
structed in reinforced concrete. 

Mooring Wharf. — A mooring wharf 200 feet long, 24 feet wide and 28 feet 
deep, was constructed of cribwork. 

South Pier. — ^General repairs and renewals were made to the electric lighting. 

GRAND BEND 

The main pier on the north side of the harbour, for 160 lineal feet from 
the easterly end, was redecked, and the face timbers on the southeast corner 
were renewed. The retaining wall for 80 feet east of the main pier was repaired 
with planking and 10- by 12-inch timber. The sheet piles on the south pier 
were rebolted and two cords of ballast was placed in the pier. 

HONEY HARBOUR 

The work done under contract comprised the building of a solid cribwork 
wharf, 105 by 40 feet, with an " L " end, 80 by 20 feet, extending southwesterly. 
Two small cribs, each 5 feet square and 7 feet high, were built as channel guides, 
and sunk in place with a deck load of stone. This work was done by day labour. 

KENORA 

In order to improve small boat navigation Laurenson's Creek was cleared 
to a minimum depth of 4 feet below elevation 1058.5 from the Lake of the 
Woods to Wilson's boathouse, a distance of three-quarters of a mile. Blasting 
was required in one section. Previous to the above work the town of Kenora 
lowered its two water pipes crossing the creek near its mouth. 

. KINCARDINE 

A contract was awarded to rebuild a portion of the east and river revet- 
ment walls in the inner harbour, for a length of 362 feet, and to reconstruct 240 
feet of tlie south pier. The work done consisted in rebuilding the revetment 
v/alls in the inner harbour for their required length and reconstructing the sub- 
structure, some 240 lineal feet of the south pier being practically completed. 
The superstructure of this part of the work is yet to be done. General repairs 
were made by day labour to the decking and stringers of the north pier. 

KINGSTON 

A concrete wall, 105 feet long and 4 feet high, was built at the R.M.C. 
grounds north of LaSalle causeway to complete the improvement undertaken 
in 1922, to prevent erosion along the bank. Some 50 cubic yards of backfilling 
was placed back of the wall, and levelled off to bring the ground to a uniform 
level. The timber crib pier measuring 145 feet long by 12 feet wide, located 
immediately south of the boathouse^ was demolished to low water line and 
rebuilt 5 feet above low water level. 

KINGSVILLE 

The following repairs and renewals to the piers were made by day labour: — 

West Pier. — The walk from the shore was widened 5 feet upon a length 

of 760 feet, and the one on the outer leg of the pier repaired. The super- 



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structure of the outer " L ", 15 by 34 feet, was reconstructed with creosoted 
Norway pine, and five creosoted mooring posts, 14 by 14 inches by 9 feet, 
were placed. 

East Pier. — The decayed face timbers were renewed along the west side of 
the pier for a length of 820 feet. The sheet piles around the south and east faces 
of the outer end cribwork were cut off and capped. The decking in front of 
the warehouse, and for 54 feet south, and 126 feet north, was cross-planked with 
2-inch creosoted hardwood. From the north end of this cross-planking to the 
shore, 244 feet of ne'w decking was laid and defective stringers and caps were 
renewed. Part of the warehouse was refloored, the stringers were renewed 
where necessary, and 150 feet of 10- by 12-inch new creosoted waling was placed 
on the outer face of the pier fronting the warehouse. The sheathing was 
repaired in two places along the east face of this pier. 

l'obignal 

A contract was awarded to construct a protection for 4,000 lineal feet of 
the bank. The work done consisted in planting white willow cuttings along the 
eroded bank, and placing long willow poles at different points. The cuttings, 
which comprise all sizes up to about 3 inches in diameter and. 3 to 4 feet long, 
were planted some 2 feet in the ground, 1| to 3 feet apart. The poles, 20 to 30 
feet long, 3 to 6 inches in diameter, were laid in small trenches, on a slope of 
about 1 to 1, at places where the bank is most exposed to slides. 

MEAFORD 

The superstructure of the east breakwater was reconstructed in timber, 
covering a length of 587 feet, 302 feet of which was 25 feet wide, and 285 feet 
20 feet wide. The work was done by contract. 

MIDLAND 

A contract was awarded for the construction of a pilework and concrete 
wharf, covering a length of 360 feet with a width of 65 feet. The work done 
comprised the driving in position of sixteen main steel guide piles, 194 round 
anchor piles and 120 sheet piles. A portion of the old wharf superstructure, 100 
by 40 feet, was renewed and partially filled in. The sewer connection through 
the wharf was removed but not replaced with new work. The work is not yet 
completed. 

NEW LISKEARD 

A portion Of the wharf approach, and also the floor back of the warehouse, 
was torn down and new pile caps, stringers and new flooring were placed. The 
front of the landing head was also repaired by replacing the fenders and part 
of the waling. In the work 40,000 feet b.m. of dimension thnber was used. 

OSHAWA 

Breakwater. — The contract was completed. The work done consisted in 
constiucting and placing in position 26,931 square feet of mattresses and 
building up on the mattress foundation the rubble mound breakwater having a 
length of 500 feet and varying in width at the base from 30 feet to 56 feet 
3 inches with a width on top of 10 feet. The amount of rubble stone placed in 
position was 11,134 tons. 

Wharf., — A contract was awarded for the following work: reconstructing 
approximately 700 lineal feet of the existing wharf; driving 166 lineal feet of 8- 
by 10-inch close sheet piling on the channel side of the pier and 315 lineal 
feet of 10- by 10-inch sheet pile retaining wall; and constructing 300 lineal 
feet of harbour wall, composed of pile and timber bent, steel pile and tongued 



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and grooved close pile substructure well anchored back, together with a concrete 
superstructure. The contractors have driven all the close piling and the anchor 
piles, placed anchor rods in position, constructed the walings and laid the 
decking on the structure. Approximately one-half of the contract is completed. 

OWEN SOUND 

Slij)V)ay. — ^The slipway in front of the Dominion Transportation Company's 
building was lowered, the work being done under agreement. 

Harbour Wall. — ^The work of constructing the sheet pile harbour wall under 
contract involved the driving of two sections of tongued and grooved 12- by 
12-inch sheet piling adjacent to the new elevator wharf. One section, 80 feet 
long, extends southwesterly from and in line with the wharf. The other section, 
200 feet long, extends northeasterly. Seven clusters of six piles each, and two of 
four piles each, were driven in position to protect the pilework wall. 

Sewer Connection. — A short extension of sewer, approximately 18 feet long, 
was made from the back to the front of the wall. 

PELEE ISLAND 

West Wharf Extension. — As described in last year's report, the timber crib, 
which was to form the substructure of the extension, was taken across to the 
west pier and sunk in place. The work of ballasting and the placing of the 
superstructure were then proceeded with and completed by contract. 

Wcat Wharf Repairs. — ^The repairs done by day labour consisted in renew- 
ing the face timbers at the westerly end on the south side of the wharf, for a 
distance of about 50 feet, including certain repairs to the adjacent decking 
over an area of about 1,6CK) square feet. The curb on the shore approach was 
also repaired, and 240 lineal feet of 6- by 10-inch curb placed on the outer 
end of the wharf. The north side of the roof of the warehouse was shingled 
on an area of 640 square feet. 

North Wharf Repairs. — The decking between the warehouse and the west 
side of the wharf, and on a small area north of the warehouse, was renewed. 
Five mooring posts were renewed, as well as the curb and top face timbers for 
a length of 30 feet on each side of the approach, at a point about 100 feet south 
of the warehouse. The work was done by day labour. 

PEMBROKE 

The contract work was completed and comprised the dredging of 77,727 cubic 
yards, place measurement, of class B material, in the harbour basin and on 
Cockburn's water lot; erecting a 3-inch pipe railing on the wharf; completing 
the concrete work in the slips and on the road; depositing calcium chloride over 
the road-metal; rebuilding and painting the warehouse; and completing the 
riprap walls. 

PETAWAWA 

The repairs made to the wharf consisted in renewing 9,600 feet b.m. of 
flooring; replacing fifty-six stringers, thirty-three braces and 72 lineal feet of 
wheelguard; splicing fifteen piles; replacing the 41-foot truss bridge by a three- 
pile bent and two spans, 20 feet wide; and making minor repairs to the freight, 
shed. 

PIKE CREEK 

The wharf structure on the south end of the east side, 100 feet long, was 
rebuilt up from the water level. Four anchor piles in the sheet pile wharf were 



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replaced with double piles at the wall. On the east side, several new piles were 
driven, several cut off and new wales placed where required. The work was 
done by day labour. 

PORT ARTHUR 

Rubble Mound Extension, Main Harbour (North). — The contract work 
was resumed in May, rock being loaded into dump scows by means of a dipper 
dredge, towed to the site of the work, and deposited in position. The length of 
haul varied from 20 to 25 miles. In addition, a very powerful derrick scow, 
the Leland, operated since June, at the site of the work, clamming above water 
the material deposited by the dump scows, in preparation for the covering 
course of large rock. 

When the work closed down for the season, in December, 1,200 lineal feet 
of rubble mound core had been made ready for the covering course, and the 
remaining 800 feet had been brought to within .10 feet of the water level. 

PORT BURWELL 

West Pier. — The outer end or headblock was rebuilt above the water level 
with creosoted Norway pine, and two creosoted mooring posts were placed in 
the new headblock. Just north of this block the pier was repaired with face 
timbers on each side, eight new cross-ties, stringers and 3-inch decking. A new 
cap and two new mooring posts were also placed in this section. At the outer 
end of the inner west pier a section 60 feet long was rebuilt in part, with two 
new face timbers, cross-ties and decking. The work was done by day labour. 

EaF,t Pier. — The remainder of the contract for the reconstruction of a part 
of the inner end of the pier or 270.6 lineal feet was completed. It is a concrete 
superstructure 24 feet wide on top, built on stone-filled pilework. The rebuild- 
ing of this pier along similar lines was continued eastward under another con- 
tract, and a further length of 771.9 feet completed. 

A length of 120 feet of 6- by 10-inch white oak waling was placed on the 
revetm.ent wall immediately north of the car ferry slip. A temporary pile wall 
was driven to the east of the excavated part of the pier, where a gap was liable 
to form from the lake into the entrance channel. The above work was per- 
formed by day labour. 

PORT COLBORNE 

The work of repairing the western breakwater was completed under con- 
tract, and consisted in reconstructing in concrete a length of 73 feet of the 
front face. 

POET MAITLAND 

The work done by contract was as follows: — 

West Pier. — The work done included the completion of the concrete top slab 
and part of the concrete along the front face on the outside of the sheet steel 
piles. The total length of this work, as completed, is 263 feet. 

East Pier. — The side walls were rebuilt in concrete on the shore arm of the 
old pier for a total length of 566 feet 4 inches. The deck slab over this part 
was completed, with the exception of 56 feet 9 inches at the outer end. Nine 
concrete cribs in the outer arm, 73 feet 4 inches long and 24 feet wide, were 
ballasted in place, and the superstructure, with the exception of the floor slab, 
was placed on the inner six of these cribs. The dredging of the old crib and 
crib seats was completed, except for a portion of about 150 feet of the outer end 
of the old crib, and a small part of the area between this section of the old crib 
and the new structure. The quantity dredged during the past year was 44,128 
zubic vards. 



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PORT STANLEY 

Repairs to Harbour Works. — The work performed by day labour consisted 
in rebuilding the sheet pile wall on the west side of the harbour, south of the 
highway bridge, for a length of about 100 feet, except a small amount of back- 
filling still to be replaced. The old sheeting and round piles were pulled, and a 
new sheet pile wall was driven, including the placing of new wales and some 
anchor bolts. The pile driver scow built by the department was completed. A 
sixteen-pile cluster at the southeast corner of the west pier, four four-pile clus- 
ters at intervals of 50 feet along the face of the west pier, and a four-pile cluster 
at the southwest corner of the west pier were driven. Repairs were made to 
groyne No. 4. 

Harbour Improvements. — About 400 lineal feet of the rubble mound break- 
water was completed, and a considerable quantity of stone and rubble dumped 
to form the core of the remaining 200 feet of the breakwater and one of the 
50-foot long checkwaters. About 500 lineal feet of the west pier near its outer 
end was strengthened by means of anchor rods, every 10 feet, secured to anchor 
piles driven at a distance of 30 feet in the rear of the pier, and including a new 
lower wale of 10- inch steel channel for a length of 440 feet of the reinforced 
section. The work was done under contract. 

PBOVIDENCE BAY 

The work performed by day labour involved the stripping of the old deck 
and rotten timbers from the outer 300 feet of the wharf, and relaying with new 
timbers and plank. A new plank runway, 4 feet wide by 247 feet long, was laid 
along the easterly side of the inner portion to facilitate the trucking of mer- 
chandise from the freight shed to the outer portion of the wharf. 

RAINY RIVER , 

The timber superstructure on the wharf was renewed upon its whole length, 
except on 36 lineal feet of the shore end where a stone fill was made 16 feet wide 
topped with 1 foot of gravel. A special landing was constructed at the south- 
east comer, for the ferry. 

EONDEAU 

West Pier. — Part of the outer "L'', about 15 by 100 feet, was redecked. 
Two short sections of the superstructure were reconstructed, one being 60 feet 
long to the south of the concrete revetment wall, and the other about 60 feet long 
just south of the highway approach to the pier. Thirty-five piles were driven 
in front of this pier. 

East Pier. — A timber guard pier, 150 feet long and 8 feet wide, was built to 
the east of the timber revetment wail fronting the lighthouse property, in order 
to protect the harbour bar from erosion. The crib was stone-filled and a scow 
for this work was repaired. The work was done by day labour. 

SAUGEEN RIVER 

A contract was awarded to repair the harbour works on the south side of the 
river at Southampton. The work consisted in building a stone-filled cribwork 
landing 100 feet long by 18 feet wide and 14 feet high, protected across the front 
above low water level with a concrete wall 4 feet high, 3 feet wide at the base 
and 20 inches at the top. The space in the rear of the landing block, which was 
dredged to allow the placing of the crib, was backfilled with earth and stone. A 
landing slip 8 feet long and 18 inches deep at the face, with reinforced concrete 
floor slab, was built in the front face 22 feet from the lower end. The dredging 
of the crib seat of the structure was done by private agreement 

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SAULT STE. MARIE 

The roadway approach was regradcd and repaired over a length of 700 feet, 
and a heavy coat of road oil applied. The leaky corrugated iron roof was 
removed from the whole of the freight shed, and replaced by 1-inch dressed sheet- 
ing covered with standard ready roofing. A number of waling timbers were 
renewed on the face of the wharf and some minor repairs made to the walls and 
ceiling of one of the wharfinger's office rooms. The work was done by day labour. 

SOUTHAMPTON 

The outer west side of the west breakwater was repaired by placing new 
decking, stringers, cross-ties and a row of face timbers for a total length of 700 
feet and for one-half the width of the structure. The inner or east side of the 
structure was similarly repaired for a length of 500 feet upon one-half of the 
total width, and averaged seven face timbers from the water line up. The white 
oak waling, for 200 lineal feet, was renewed along the north face of the Com- 
mercial wharf. The work was performed by day labour. 

STOKES BAY 

New stringers, corbels and decking were placed throughout the whole length 
of the timber section of the pier and the defective face timbers and cross-ties 
renewed. A slip 4 feet wide with four steps was built in the pierhead. The 
work was performed by day labour. 

ST. WILLIAMS 

The 3-inch decking and the 8- by 12-inch stringers over a section of the pier 
280 by 8 feet were renewed by day labour, and 6- by 12-inch sheet piling was 
driven around three sides of the 28-foot wide section. 

THORNBURY 

The work done comprised the renewal of the decking and stringers over the 
west entrance pier covering a length of 425 feet, and varying in width from 
15 to 30 feet. 

TORONTO 

Western Section. — The work on section " P " consisted in removing the 
concrete superstructure from the west return crib and, for a distance of 40 feet 
on the main cribs, taking out the stone filling from these cribs, tearing out the 
damaged timber work, rebuilding the cribwork to its original elevation and 
replacing the concrete superstructure. In dismantling this portion of the work 
it was possible to salvage economically five " A " blocks and all the stone filling, 
the timber and other concrete blocks; removed being so damaged as to be of no 
use. Progress on this portion of the work was necessarily slow as all measuring 
and fitting of timber work had to be done under water. The repairs to this 
section were completed in July. The superstructure on sections X, Y, Z, Zl and 
Z2, a total length of 2,350 feet, was completed. This comprised lining the con- 
crete blocks placed during the previous season, putting in the stringer and stone 
filling between blocks, and placing mass concrete. After that certain minor 
work was done, such as placing the life chain, repairing the part previously 
damaged by ice, finishing the concrete and making other repairs. 

A 60-foot crib placed on sand between sections I and J was sunk in 
August, and between sections R and S a 130-foot crib placed on rock was sunk 
in September. The flooring was placed, and work on the concrete superstructure 
commenced. This involved the placing and lining of blocks, and the putting in 
of rock fill and mass concrete. The concreting, removing forms, rubbing down 
concrete and placing life chain were completed in October. 



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TRENTON 

An Order in Council was passed on September 1, 1925, granting authority 
to purchase from the municipality of Trenton, for the sum cf $13,100, the wharf 
property at that place, known as the Bywater property, and located at the 
mouth of the Trent river, or the south end of the Trent Valley canal. 

WENDOVER 

The old pile work landing head of the wharf was demolished and replaced 
with an " L " shaped cribwork landing head, the low level landing being 36 
by 72 feet long, formed by two cribs, 12 by 72 feet, connected by a 12-foot 
platform. The high level landing consists of three cribs, 12 feet wide with a plat- 
form 7 feet 4 inches long, joining the approach to the landing head, and between 
the cribs three platforms, 7 feet 6 inches, 10 feet 8 inches and 11 feet 6 inches, 
the last platform joining the old high level landing crib to the new work. 
The old freight shed was demolished and rebuilt with the same material, and a 
cattle pen constructed on the low level landing. The ice breaker crib was 
repaired, and a new flooring laid. These cribs were built of round timber, 
sheeted with 3-inch planking and ballasted. A 6- by 9-inch wheelguard was 
placed around the wharf. A slip 18 feet wide by 42 feet 8 inches long joins 
the higli and low level landings. Four new fenders and a two line waling were 
placed on the low level landing face, and a new flooring was laid. All the 
timbers in the crib are shackled to each other and to the cribwork by means 
of one-quarter by 2-inch iron straps spiked to the different pieces. 

WHEATLEY 

The decking throughout the whole structure was repaired. At the south- 
east corner sixteen sheet piles 6- by 12-inches by 30 feet were driven. On the 
crib extending westerly from this comer, the irmer face timbers for about 4 feet 
in height, and the top timber or curb on the south side, were renewed. Ballast 
amounting to four cords was placed in this crib. 

WINDSOR 

The wareh\3use extending in the rear of the wharf was underpinned with 
concrete pedestals. The old timber piles formerly supporting the warehouse 
were cut off and twenty-one concrete pedestals, 12 inches thick and 7 feet long, 
were built from the water level up to the concrete beams supporting it. The 
centre bearing pile under each beam was also cut down and replaced with 
concrete pedestals 14 inches square. A concrete mooring post was built in the 
rear of the wharf at a point 50 feet west of the warehouse, and the foundation 
under the boathouse was repaired. The walls of the warehouse were stuccoed, 
and the ofiice end, consisting of two panels along the front and rear faces of 
the warehouse, and along the end of the warehouse, were brick cased. The 
work was done by day labour. 

GENERALLY 

Repairs were made to the following works: — 

Barrie, wharf; Bayfield, pier; Beaumaris, wharf; Beaverton, wharf; Belle 
River, breakwater; Belleville, wharf; Big Bay Point, wharf; Bruce Mines, 
wharf; Cape Croker, pier; Cockburn Island, wharf shed; French River, dams; 
Hamilton, revetment wall; Hilton Beach, wharf; Huntsville, wharf; Jackson's 
Point, wharf; Jeannette's Creek, wharf; Keewatin, wharf; Kensington Point, 
wharf; Lansdowne, wharf; La Passe, wharf; Leamington, pier; Lefaivre, wharf; 
Lion's Head, breakwater- wharf ; Little Current, wharf; L'Orignal, wharf; Mag- 
netawan, wharf ; Michipicoten river, wharf; Minaki, wharf ; Morpeth, pier; Parry 
Sound, wharf; Penetanguishene, lighthouse wharf; Port Bruce, piers; Port Dover, 

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pier; Port Findlay, wharf; Port Rowan, pier; Roache's Point, wharf; Sand Point, 
wharf; Shanty Bay, wharf; Shrewsbury, pier; Thames River, lighthouse wharf; 
Thespalon, wharf; Tobermory, booms; Treadwell, wharf; Waubaushene, wharf; 
Whitby, wharf and roadway, 

MANITOBA 

DAUPHIN BEACH 

A contract was awarded to reconstruct the wharf. This reconstruction con- 
sisted in removing and salvaging the remains of the present wharf, constructing a 
cribwork " L " or pier, 60 feet long and 12 feet wide on top, with a 1 to 1 slope 
on the seaward side and end, adding 2 feet to the height of the stone approach, 
and straightening the pilework approach. The work was not completed at the 
end of the year. 

DELTA 

In June a severe storm caused heavy scour at both ends of the dam, 
destroyed 50 feet of the bridge and dam, and 40 feet of the single sheet pile 
wall, and seriously damaged the east and west breastworks. A contract was 
awarded for the reconstruction of the above work. The work performed com- 
prised the construction of a main round and sheet pile cut-off wall or dam 660 
feet long, a west wing wall of round and sheet piling 370 feet long, an east wing 
wall 190 feet long, eight groynes of a total length of 260 feet, and an extension 
of 180 feet to the existing bridge and dam at its easterly end. The wing walls 
were backed by rock on a 1 to 1 slope and had a toe of rock on the lake side 
3 feet high on the same slope. The main wall was faced with rock on a 2 to 
1 slope, the easterly 510 feet between the wing walls resting on a brush mattress. 
This wall was backed by rock on a slope of 1 to 1 with a berm of 3 feet at 
the top, and resting on a brush mattress between bents Nos. 60 and 104. 

GIMLI 

The jetty as constructed consists of a stone and earth fill, 180 feet long 
and 10 feet wide on top, with side slopes of approximately 1 to 1, and sur- 
faced with small stone and gravel; a cribwork approach, 290 feet long and 12 
feet wide, constructed of round peeled spruce logs averaging 10 inches in dia- 
meter; and a pierhead, 18 feet wide on top, with a 1 to 1 slope on the outside, 
built of 15- and 10-inch round spruce logs. Round poplar ballast poles were 
used, and the cribs were filled solid with heavy field stone ballast. On the* 
harbour side a 6-foot runway of 3-inch plank was placed on top of the cribs. 
The outer pierhead is somewhat " L" shaped, protecting the harbour from the 
general sweep of southeasterly storms. 

NETLEY CUT (rED RIVER) 

The construction of a sheet pile wall, backed by a hydraulic fill, to close 
the cut, was undertaken. This wall is 162 feet long and averages 6 feet above 
low water. It is located on the river side of the old sunken barge used as a 
roadway. Owing to the ice conditions it was impossible for the hydraulic 
dredge to fill after the completion of the dam. 

RED RIVER 

The construction of a pile and sheet pile extension to the inner end of the 
west jetty was undertaken to connect the existing jetty to the wharf situated 
upstream or southeast of the lighthouse. A pile and sheet pile wall 496 feet 
long was constructed with the front round piles at 4-foot centres, tied back by 
cross wales to a second row of round piling at 8-foot centres, and an 8- by 



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12-inch longitudinal wale outside the sheet piling. This wall extended to the 
southwest corner of the wharf from the inner end of the west jetty, from which 
40 feet of damaged wall had been removed. Beyond the wharf a pile and sheet. 
pile wall, 50 feet long, was constructed as a continuation of the first wall, this 
extension consisting of a single row of round piles faced with sheet piling. 

SNAKE ISLAND 

A round log crib wharf 34 feet long by 10 feet wide was built, consisting 
of two bearing cribs 10 by 12 feet with a 10-foot gap, bridged and decked. 
The average height of the cribs was 9 feet. The wharf was provided with four 
mooring piles on its front face. 

VICTORIA BEACH 

A contract was awarded for the construction of an extension to the wharf, 
and the work was practically 80 per cent completed. This breakwater-wharf 
extension, when completed, will be 303 feet 6 inches long and 22 feet wide, 
comprising forty-five round pile bents of four piles each, sheathed on the lake 
and harbour side and across the outer end with 6-inch sheet piling, tl^p whole 
filled to ordinary water level with rock, capped and decked. 

GENERALLY 

Repairs were made to the following works: — 

Little Pembina River, bridge; St. Andrews, lock and dam. 

SASKATCHEWAN 

COWAN LAKE 

In March, 1925, the owners of the dam in Cowan river at the outlet to 
Cowan lake agreed to transfer it to the Public Works Department, on condi- 
tion that it be reconditioned and operated for the benefit of the general public 
using the Cowan river route. A new log wall was built on the north side with 
a new wing tie-wall upstream, the whole backfilled and tamped. The south 
wall was stayed by twisted wire ties to deadmen, and the navigation gate 
partly rehabilitated. A new fishway was constructed using the north sluice. 
Some new stringers ana decking were placed, and work preliminary to widen- 
ing the navigation sluice from 11 to 15 feet was undertaken. During the month 
of October 267 snags and deadheads were removed from Cowan lake. 



ALBERTA 

BLAIRMORE 

The work of backfilling with logs, brush, gravel and earth, behind the pro- 
tection walls built last year, was completed. 

ELBOW RIVER 

Two wing-walls, 500 feet and 700 feet long, of roimd piles, sheathed with 
3-inch plank and backed with brush, rock and gravel, were constructed as a 
protection work against the river floods. The work was done by the Provincial 
Government, subject to inspection by this department. The portion of the total 
cost of $10,139.61 assumed by the Dominion Government was $3,600. 



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LAC LA BICHE 

The work consisted in constructing a round timber crib wharf, 138 feet 
long and 24 feet wide, with an " L " on the lake face, 47 feet long and 24 feet 
wide. Some 90 cubic yards of rock are required to complete the filling of the 
cribwork, and to construct a stone approach, as well as some 12,000 feet b.m. of 
lumber to complete the decking and guard rail. 

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES 

FORT RESOLUTION 

A round timber crib, 125 feet long and 16 feet wide on top, was constructed, 
with a sloping face of 1 to 1 on the outer or west side. The crib was filled with 
rock ballast and decked with 3-inch plank. The sloping seaward face was 
sheathed with 3-inch plank. A rock-riprapped approach 31 feet long was con- 
structed at the inshore end of the crib. Owing to the lateness of the season it 
was impossible to complete the work. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

BLUBBER BAY (tEXADA ISLAND) 

A wharf, 50 by 70 feet, was constructed with an approach 21 by 70 feet. 
An addition, 20 by 30 feet, forming part of the wharf, was also constructed, 
and upon this a shed, 18 by 28 feet, built. Piles, posts and squared bracing 
timber were of creosoted fir. Four long brace piles were used and keyed to 
the rock at the shore. On the site of the wharf 1,310 tons of rock fill were 
dumped. The work was done by contract. 

CAMPBELL RIVER 

The old superstructure for a length of 20 feet was removed from the front 
of the wharf, and replaced with new timbers. In the reconstruction it was 
necessary to provide a heavier wharf face than is usual, owing to the strong 
currents and the consequent difficulty of making landings. At the front of the 
wharf new fender piles were placed, including three twelve-pile dolphins. The 
slip at the front of the wharf was decked over, and a new slip was built at the 
southeast end of the wharfhead. The timbers were placed between the wharf- 
head and approach, the pier supporting the outer king truss was repaired, 
and the hand rails and truss timbers were painted.- The work was done by 
contract. 

CANOE PASS (fRASER RIVER) 

Protection work to the south bank was carried on by the corporation of 
Delta, and 2,295 tons of rock were placed. This department contributed $2,000 
towards the total cost of this work which was $4,017.60. 

CELISTA 

The old wharf was dismantled, and a new one built on the same site. 
Some piling and timbers of the old structure were incorporated in the new one. 
The wharf 130 feet long and 32 feet wide is of pile bent. The timber super- 
structure is built on an incline of 1 in 12 to afford suitable landing elevation 
at any stage of water level. The work was done by day labour. 

CLAYOQUOT 

A contract was awarded to repair the wharf. The work done consisted 
in replacing 1,492 lineal feet of untreated bearing piles with creosoted raateriai, 



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and renewing 321 lineal feet of brace piles, 781 lineal feet of untreated bearing 
piles in the approach, 420 lineal feet of untreated fender piles and a portion 
of the superstructure. A new gangway, 4 by 34 feet, was built giving access 
to the float. 

COLUMBIA RIVER (bELOW BURTON ) 

A rock mound submerged dam 471 feet long, starting from Cottonwood 
Point below Burton to the " Cottonwood Cut " steamer channel, was built, 
and three groynes were constructed, two of which are placed above the upper 
extremity, and one below the lower extremity of the main dam. All the groynes 
are laid on mats formed of fascines bound together, and are further supported 
in position by piles driven along and through the rock mounds. A point was 
also blasted off the outer or channel side of Deer Rock, 851 cubic yards being 
blown into deep water below the point. The work was done by contract. 

COMOX 

The untreated bearing piles at the back of the wharfhead, and at the outer 
end of the approach were replaced with 2,211 lineal feet of creosoted piles. 
At the northerly end of the wharf six untreated fender piles were driven, and 
repairs were made to the superstructure. 

CRAWFORD BAY 

A new float, 30 by GO feet, was constructed with a storage shed thereon, 
40 by 12 feet. Five mooring rings and six cable loops were placed along the 
shore line to provide moorage at any stage of lake level. This float replaced 
an old one which had become waterlogged and useless through age. The work 
was done by day labour. 

DEER PARK 

The whole superstructure of the wharf, 336 feet long by 32 feet wide, was 
removed, and eleven caps, 10 by 12 inches by 32 feet, of flatted tamarack, 
were renewed. From bents Nos. 6 to 28 all stringers were replaced with new 
ones, and the scarf was jointed and bolted through intersecting caps. All 
defective joists were renewed. At bents Nos. 23 to 27 inclusive, fifteen holding- 
down piles were driven. These were cut off below the deck plank and bolted 
to the caps and stringers of the superstructure. Three piles were added to the 
dolphin on the north side between bents Nos. 24 and 25. Sixteen old cavils 
were reset and bolted to the new superstructure. Iron holding-down straps 
secured the piles to the stringers between bents Nos. 11 to 27, inclusive. The 
work was done by day labour. 

DENMAN ISLAND 

A small concrete landing slip, 150 feet by 9 feet 8 inches, was constructed 
near the public wharf to provide a landing for automobiles. The work was 
done by day labour. 

FALSE BAY (lASQUETI ISLAND; 

A pile and timber wharf, 50 by 172 feet, was constructed with an approach, 
14 by 188 feet. A freight shed, 16 by 20 feet, and a slip, 10 by 26 feet, was 
also built. The work was done by contract. 

ERASER RIVER (NORTH ARM) 

Jetty Extension. — The work, done by contract, consisted in extending a 
rock mound jetty 1,300 feet outward from the end of the bulkhead of the exist- 
ing jetty, and placing 17,222 tons of quarry-run rock. A seven-pile dolphin 
of creosoted fir was driven on the centre line of the jetty, and 25 feet beyond 
the end of the extension. 



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Gibson's landing 

The repairs made to the wharf involved the driving of three creosoted fir 
fender piles and one bearing pile, placing cap, repairing the decking, and con- 
structing a movable slipway. Subsequently, this slip was widened to ten feet 
by day labour. 

GOWER POINT 

As the old float required renewal, a new float, 48 by 36 feet, was built by 
day labour. In addition to the main float a surge float, 10 by 10 feet, connected 
to the main float with a short chain, and to the anchor block with an anchor 
chain, was constructed to take the strain off the main float during rough 
weather. 

GRETA 

The old wharf was demolished and a new one constructed on the site. 
The wharf is a pile bent structure having a level approach, 16 feet wide by 
98 feet long, with a turn platform, 32 feet wide by 45 feet long The elevation 
of the wharf throughout is 5 feet above low water level. A shelter shed, 16 by 
20 feet, was provided. The work was done by day labour. 

HANEY (fRASER RIVER) 

The new wharf was built by contract; about 82 feet east of the old wharf 
structure. In order to provide a wider and straighter approach than was pos- 
sible with the original wharf, additional property was acquired. 

HOPE BAY (nANAIMO) 

The slip was renewed and repairs were made to the wharfhead. A new 
float, 24 by 12 feet, was built, mooring piles were driven, and repairs made to 
the gangway. Subsequently, a new gangway was built, and general repairs 
were made to the wharf. 

KALEDEN 

The old wharf was removed, and a new structure built on the site. The 
wharf is a pile bent structure consisting of an approach 16 feet wide by 154 feet 
long, with a turn platform, 42 by 56 feet. The approach and turn platform 
have a uniform siope of 1 in 52.8. On the outer face, an open shed, 14 feet wide 
by 40 feet long, if; provided, built on a raised platform to facilitate shipment of 
fruit. The work was done by day labour. 

KILDONAN 

A float, 56 by 14 feet, was built with a floating approach 160 by 6 feet. 

LUND 

Four new float sections, each 6 by 45 feet, were constructed for the accom- 
modation of small craft. As it is too exposed in rough weather for gas boats 
to tie up at the wharf, these float sections were constructed in a sheltered bay 
close to the v;harf. Five new creosoted piles were placed in the wharf, and 
small repairs were made to the caps and slipway. The work was done by day 
labour. 

MARMOT BAY (SKEENA) 

A landing was provided by constructing a float, 60 by 20 feet, a pile 
approach, 180 by 8 feet, widened at the outer end, with a gangway connecting 
the float and approach. 



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MAYNE ISLAND 

The superstructure on the wharfhead and approach was completely renewed. 
A new float, IC feet 8 inches by 30 feet, was also provided, and the shed re-roofed. 

MISSION 

The old wharf, v/hich was in a dangerous condition, was rebuilt, except the 
freight shed and the portion of the wharf on which the shed stood. The reno- 
vated structure is composed of ten pile bents spaced at 10-foot centres and sur- 
mounted by timber decking. The approach is 21 by 43 feet, and the wharf is 
90 by 90 feet, with slipways 10 by 20 feet and 10 by 50 feet. A corral, 23 by 30 
feet, and a loading platform, 10 by 43 feet, are located on the wharf. A drive- 
way was constructed at the northeast corner of the wharf. The work was done 
by contract. 

NARAMATA 

The v/ork consisted in building an extension to the existing pile bent wharf 
structure. This addition comprises a level platform, 48 feet wide by 65 feet 
long, less an incline ferry slip, 12 by 52 feet, constructed last year. An 
open fruit shed, 24 feet wide by 40 feet long, was also provided on the old 
structure adjoining the existing warehouse, and three damaged piles of a nine- 
pile dolphin were replaced. The work was done by day labour. 

NEW MASSETT 

A float, 16 feet by 34 feet 6 inches, and a gangway, 32 by 4 feet, were 
placed at the outer end of the wharf approach. The float was held in place by 
creosoted mooring piles. 

OONA RIVER 

A floating landing, built by the residents of the locality, was reconstructed 
by the department. A portion of the existing float, 72 feet in length, was moved 
to a new position, and two new floats, each 6 by 50 feet, were constructed with 
a floating approach, 184 by 4 feet. The landing was secured in place by moor- 
ing logs and chains. 

PITT LAKE 

The old approach, pier and float at this point were washed out by the 
current of the Pitt river during a heavy freshet. The old structure was replaced 
with a new one of the following dimensions : an approach 10 by 340 feet, a pier- 
head 30 by 36 feet, with a shed 10 by 12 feet, and five float sections 8 by 40 feet. 
The float sections were salvaged from the old structure. The work was done 
by contract. 

POPLAR ISLAND 

Machinery was supplied and installed by contract for the repair shop on 
Poplar island, belonging to the Fisheries Branch of the Department of Marine 
and Fisheries. It was necessary to supply about 8,000 feet b.m. of dimension 
lumber in connection with this installation, in building shelves, stairway, and 
in generally equipping the works. Another contract was entered into to drive 
a seven-pile dolphin, and place a protection boom to guard against ice or drift 
striking the floats or gas boats. 

PORT CLEMENTS 

A new superstructure was provided on the wharfhead and approach together 
with 4,174 feet b.m. of creosoted sway braces and chocks. Thirty-four creo- 



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soted and two untreated bearing piles were driven, together with eleven creo- 
soted fender piles, at the front of the wharf. All the creosoted piling used was 
either brought from the old quarantine station wharf at Digby island, or drawn 
and redriven from the Port Clements wharf, A new freight shed, 14 by 24 feet 
3 inches, was built. The work was done by contract. 

PORT ESSINGTON 

Two nine-pile dolphins of untreated piling were placed to protect the land- 
ing against floating ice during the winter months, and general repairs were 
made. A new gangway, 30 by 4 feet, was subsequently constructed, and placed 
at the shore end of the landing. 

RIONDEL 

A new pile bent wharf, 241 feet long and 32 feet wide, was constructed by 
contract. It is built with a uniform slope of 1 in 12, from a point 4.5 feet above 
average high water to a point 4 feet above average low water, to allow for a 
landing at all stages of water level. 

ROYSTON 

A float, 40 by 16 feet, and a gangway, 4 by 36 feet, was constructed on the 
north end of the wharfhead, together with new creosoted fender timbers at the 
front of the wharf, and creosoted dolphin piles at the comers. The float was 
held in place by twelve creosoted mooring piles. 

SAYWARD 

The contract work was completed and consisted in constructing a wharf 
90 by 50 feet, an approach 146 by 12 feet, a freight shed 30 by 16 feet, and an 
adjustable slip and landing steps at the back of the wharf for launches. All 
piling and fender timbers are creosoted, with the exception of the corner dolphin 
piles of the wharf, which are untreated. Subsequently, the wharf was dam- 
aged, and the necessary repairs were made. 

SEAFORD 

A new float and three floating approach sections were constructed to 
replace the existing float which was almost destroyed by teredo. The float, 
30 by 50 feet, was built of nine cedar logs having a minimum diameter of 
22 inches. The float approach sections were built, each 6 by 50 feet. The 
work was done by day labour. 

SIDNEY 

Repairs were made to the ferry landing by constructing new posts and 
sway bracing in the two shore bents of the approach, building new sway brac- 
ing on the counterweight and winch towers, and placing a gangway to the 
hulk W. W. Case used as a breakwater. 

SKIDEGATE 

The work consisted in renewing twenty-three creosoted piles in the wharf 
approach and the superstructure at the inner end. The front of the wharfhead 
was repaired and strengthened with timber braces. 

SOOKE 

The repairs involved partially renewing the untreated piles with creo- 
soted piles, renewing a portion of the superstructure of the approach and wharf- 
head, building a new slip and repairing the freight shed. 



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SQUAMISH 

Owing to the unstable condition of the old wharf at this point, due largely 
to erosion around the piling by the current of the Squamish river, it was found 
necessary to rebuild the front end of the wharf. In carrying out this work, a 
change in the shape of the wharf was made to make a better approach fbr 
steamers. 

STEVESTON 

North Dyke No. 1. — The purpose of this work was to aid in confining the 
water of the Fraser river to one channel, at the point known as Woodwards Cut 
near Steveston, and so help to maintain sufficient depth of water for navigation 
at this point. A double row of piling was placed extending out a distance of 
595 feet from the bank and braced together. The shore end of the piling is 
protected against scour by a layer of rock 50 by 50 feet and 2 feet deep. The 
■downstream side and outer end of the dyke are also protected by a layer of 
rock 2 feet deep. The work was done by contract. 

STEWART 

The twelve-pile dolphin which had been driven 70 feet away from the 
"end of the wharf, and in line with its face, was wrecked and floated away. A 
new twelve-pile dolphin of untreated hemlock piles was driven, and five broken 
fender piles were renewed with untreated piles at the face of the wharf. 

TUCKER BAY 

As the existing float was in need of renewal, the logs being badly eaten 
by teredo, a new float was built 30 feet long by 20 feet wide, with logs having 
a minimum diameter of 30 inches. The work was done by day labour. 

UNION BAY 

A section of the wharfhead, 42 by 70 feet, was removed, leaving one, 
98 by 70 feet. The decking on the remaining section of the wharfhead was 
repaired and renewed, fender and brace piles were driven, and five new iron 
mooring cleats placed. The freight shed was reduced in size, repaired and 
moved to a new position, and 3,636 lineal feet of 2- by 12-inch planks were placed 
over the old decking, for the whole length of the approach, as a runway for 
vehicles. 

VANCOUVER — STANLEY PARK 

The construction of the sea wall was continued, and 830 lineal feet added 
during the year. The work was done by day labour. 

WESTBANK 

The northerly part of the existing pile bent structure, comprising a 16- 
by 112-foot approach and a 32- by 154-foot section of the main wharf, was 
demolished. A new pile bent wharf section was constructed 48 feet wide by 
154 feet long, with a level approach 16 feet wide by 112 feet long. An open 
fruit shed, 26 feet wide by 92 feet long, was constructed on the new wharf. 
The walls of the existing shed were sheeted inside with 1-inch boards. The 
work was done by contract. 

WEST POINT 

A float, 36 by 50 feet, was constructed of 2- by 12-inch flooring and 4- 
by 6-inch cross-ties, with a shed 12 by 18 feet, and a concrete anchor 6 by 4 
feet. The new float was placed about one-half mile north of the wharf, where 
steamers can make a landing at all times. The work was done by day labour. 



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WHITE ROCK 

The repairs to the wharf and approach consisted principally in replacing a 
number of fir piles with new creosoted piling. Small repairs were made to the 
deck and hand-rail of the approach. Three additional fenders and one bearing 
pile were driven. Four fenders were rebolted, and other minor repairs made. 

WILLIAM HEAD (QUARANTINE STATION) 

A portion of the coal wharf had sagged under the weight of coal stored in 
the sheds. It was decided to remove the latter, and replace them by a coal bin 
60 by 30 feet. To support this, 1,020 lineal feet of creosoted bearing piles were 
driven, and 1,280 lineal feet of creosoted brace piles were used. Renewals were 
made to the superstructure. A new building was constructed for the stores on 
the shore near the coal wharf. Ten untreated fender piles were driven at the 
main wharf, and a cast-iron mooring cleat was provided. 

WOODWARDS DAM (FRASER RIVER) 

A dam, 1,900 feet long, was built by placing a layer of brush mattress, 
40 feet wide and 2 feet thick, loaded with 100 pounds of rock to the square foot. 
Piles were driven through the mat to form two bulkheads, 8 feet wide and 14 feet 
apart. The bulkheads were filled with rock and brush up to a level of 6 feet 
above low tide in the river at that point. The work was done by contract. 

GENERALLY 

Repairs were made to the following works: — 

Alert Bay, float; Alice Arm, float; Argenta, wharf; Arrow Park, wharf; 
Balfour, wharf; Bamfield (West), landing; Barnston Island, wharf; Beaton, 
wharf; Beaver Point, wharf; Boswell, wharf; Bowen Island (west side), float; 
Brighton Beach, float; Burdwood Bay, float; Burton, wharf; Chilliwack, lower 
landing; Cracroft, float; Crescent Bay, wharf; Crofton, wharf; Daisy Bay, 
float; Donley's Landing, float; East Arrow Park, wharf; East Robson, wharf; 
Edgewood, wharf; Edgewood Launch Club, float; Ewing's Landing, wharf; 
Fauquier, wharf; Fisherman's Bay, mooring buoy; Eraser's Landing, wharf; 
Fulford Harbour, wharf; Galena Bay, float; Ganges, wharf; Ginols, wharf; 
Glen Valley, wharf; Gordon Road, wharf; Grace Harbour, float; Granite 
Bay, float; Grantham's Landing, wharf; Gray Creek, wharf; Half Moon 
Bay, wharf; Harrison River, bank protection; Hatzic, wharf; Heriot Bay, 
wharf; Hopkins Landing, wharf; Hornby Island, wharf; Hurst Island, float; 
Irvine's Landing, float; Jackson Bay, float; Killiney, dolphins; Kuskanook, 
wharf; Lang Bay, wharf; Long Bay, float; Longbeach, wharf; Lyall Harbour, 
wharf; Manson's Landing, wharf; Maples, wharf; Matsqui wharf; Miller's 
Landing, wharf; Morseby Island, wharf; McDonald's Landing, wharf; New 
Westminster, wharf; Nootka, wharf; Okanagan, control dam; Okanagan, lake 
and river improvements; Okanagan Centre, wharf; Osland Park, landing; Port 
Moody, wharf; Port Simpson, wharf; Port Washington, wharf; Powell River, 
wharf; Procter, wharf; Quathiaski Cove, float; Quatsino, wharf; Queen Char- 
lotte City, landing; Ragged Islands, booms; Retreat Cove, wharf; Robert's Bay, 
landing; Robert's Creek, wharf; Saanichton, wharf; Savary Island, wharf; Sea- 
side Park, float; Seymour Arm, wharf; Shaw, landing; Shushartie Bay, land- 
ing; Snug Cove, wharf; Sointula, wharf; Sorrento, wharf; Squirrel Cove, 
approach; Stag Bay, float; Sturdie's Bay, wharf; Surge Narrows, booms; Thetis 
Island, float; Tofino, float; Ucluelet (West), wharf; Ucluelet (East), wharf; 
Van Anda, wharf; Victoria Harbour, breakwater; W^haletown, wharf; White- 
mans Creek, wharf; Whonnock, wharf; Wilcox Landing, piles; Wyatt Bay, 
float. 



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YUKON 

STEWART AND YUKON RIVERS 

An Order in Council was passed on September 26, 1925, granting authority 
to pay to the British Yukon Navigation Company, Limited, $5,000, the amount 
of the appropriation granted for general improvements to the above rivers, such 
payment being considered a further contribution towards the cost of the dam 
completed last year on the Upper Yukon river. This payment was made on 
condition that the company agree to maintain the rivers in a navigable condi- 
tion as in 1924. 

DREDGING OPERATIONS 
Contract Dredging and Dredging by Day Labour, 1925-1926 

Anderson's Cove, NJi. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed 500 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand and gravel. 
Total expenditure $300. Work commenced October 1, completed October 27. Object of 
work: Removal of a bank of sand and gravel near the harbour side of the breakwater 
to accommodate fii-hing boats. 

Anse a Fougere, P.Q.~ -iJnder day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for 
payment, $49.96. Work done in October. Object of work: Removal of boulders to 
improve access tc beach. 

Anse a Fmigere, Fox Rivef, Grand Ruisseau, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer 
Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $100.10. Work done in September. Object of 
work: Removal of boulders to give better landing. 

An^e n I^ouise (Anses Zeeder and Z. Blanchette), P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District 
Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $97.95. Work commenced October, com- 
plf'ted December. Object of work: Removal of boulders to facilitate landing of 
fisheimen's catch. 

Anse a Louise (Av.ses Fortin and Ste. Croix), P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 
Amict. Amount pasted for paj^ment, $99.99. Work commenced July, completed August. 
Object of work: Removal of boulders to facilitate landing of fishing boats on beach 
in front of properties of W. Fortin and Stanislas Ste Croix. 

Anse nu Griijon, P.Q.- -XJuder day labour with District Engineer Amiot, hand dredging. 
Amount passed for pajmient, $350. Work done in October. Object of work: Remov- 
ing sand and gravel bar which had accumulated along the pier on the west side of the 
river. 

Atikokan River, Ont. — Under day labour with District Engineer Harcourt. Material removed, 
snags and clay. Total expenditure, $445.71. Work coinmenced August 29, completed 
September 28. Object of work: Gleaning and deepening river to assist small boat 
navigation. 

Belle River, Ont. — Under contract No. 14949 with St. Clair Dredge and General Contracting 
Co., dredge St. Clair No. 1. Quantity removed, 19,590 cubic yards, scow measurement, 
at 58 cents per cubic yard, 1,363 cubic yards place measurement at 38 cents per cubic 
yard, class " B," sand and clay. Amount passed for payment, $11,880.14. Inspection 
and advertising, $487.33. Total expenditure, $12,367.47. Work commenced August 19, 
completed October 26. Object of work: To complete turning basin and improve 
entrance channel to 10 feet below zero of gauge. 

Bells' Channel, La Have Island, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke. 
Quantity removed, 700 cubic yards, place measurement. Total expenditure, $500. Work 
commenced August 31, completed September 19. Object of work: To cut a channel 
to enable fishermen to land their fish. 

Bersimis, P.Q. — ^Under contract No. 15079 with National Dock and Dredging Corporation, 
Ltd., dredge New Welland. Quantity removed, 29,800 cubic yards scow measurement, 
class '' B," sand, clay, boulders, at $1.05 per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$22,800. Inspection and advertising. $174.76. Total expenditure, $22,974.76. Work 
commenced September 28, completed October 12. Object of work: Deepening channel. 

Berthier, P.Q. — Under contract No 14898 with Les Chantiers Manseau, dredge B.S.L. No. 1. 
Quantity removed, 98,982 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," sand, clay, at 
42 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $41,572.44. Inspection and adver- 
tising, $847.14. Total expenditure, •$42,419.58. Work commenced May 4, completed 
July 29. Object of work: To provide a 10-foot channel up to wharf and an 8-ifoot 
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Berthier, P.Q. — Under agreement with Les Chantiers Manseau, dredge B.S.L. No. 1. Quantity 
removed, 9,936 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," clay, at 45 cents per cubic 
yard. Total expenditure, $4,173.12. Work commenced November 26, 1924, completed 
December 4, 1924. Object of work: Payment for work done in 1924. 

Bic, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 1,355 cubic yards, place measurement, boulders, sand, clay and gravel. 
Amount passed for payment, $1,514.12. Inspection, $19. Total expenditure, $1,533.12. 
Work commenced April, completed November. Object of work: Dredging channel 
from wharf to allow boats in and out at lower tides. 

Blind River, Ont. — Under contract No. 14733 with A. B. McLean & Sons, dredgies McLean 
No. 3 and F.R.B. Quantity removed, 43,462 cubic yards, place measurement, class 
" B," sand, at 48 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $18,773.59. Inspec- 
tion, survey, etc., $5,665.47. Total expenditure, $24,439.06. Work commenced May 28, 
completed October 17. Object of work: To provide a safe channel for boats leaving 
wharves of McFadden, Ltd. 

Blue Rocks, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 1,500 cubic yards, place measurement, class '*B," mud, sand, gravel, boulders. 
Total expenditure, $703.82. Work commenced August 26, completed October. Object 
of work: Dredging channel for fishermen's boats. 

Byng Inlet, Ont. — Under contract No. 14688 with W. L. Forrest, dredge Menesetung. 
Quantity removed, 3,500 cubic yards, place measurement, class " A," rock, at $7.50 per 
cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $26,432. Inspection, etc., $1,771.37. Total 
expenditure. $28,203.37. Work commenced March 18, comipleted November 4. Object 
of work : To complete the widening of channel in Rabbit Island narrows, Still river, 
to facilitate navigation. 

Campbellton, Ferry Slip, N.B. — Under agreement with Felix Michaud, dredge Excavator. 
Quantity removed, 689.9 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," muid, silt, at 
$1,122 per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $776.14. Inspection, $28. Total 
expenditure, $804.14. Work commenced September 1, completed October. Object of 
w^ork: To remove material at ferry slip to give free access to slip. 

Cap a la Baleine, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 100 cubic yards, place measurement, rock and boulders. Amount 
passed for payment, $500. Work done in September. Object of work: To give greater 
freedom of entrance to harbour. 

Cap aux Os, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for 
payment, $75. Work commenced July, completed October. Object of work: Removal 
of boulders obstructing fishermen's harbour. 

Cape Bald, N.B. — Under day labour with D. Legere's dredge. Quantity removed, 3,734 
cubic yards, Y^lace measurement, class " B," sand, mud, ballast, at $24 per day. Amount 
passed for payment, $1,948.54. Inspection, $98. Total expenditure, $2,046.54. Work 
commenced June 25, completed August 6. Object of work: To increase berth accom- 
modation for fishing boats ^nd larger freighters. 

Cap des Rosiers CAnse Dunn), P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment, $149.60. Work done in July. Object of work: Removal 
of boulders to permit access to the beach at the properties of Gregoire Jerome and 
Richard Dunn. 

Cap des Rosiers (Anses Dunn and Savage), P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 

Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $100.25. Work done in September. Object of 

work: Removal of boulders obstructing access to beach at the properties of Theophile 

Dunn and Albert Savage. 
Cap des Rosiers (Anses Dunn and Ste Croix), P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer 

Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $100.10. Work done in October. Object of work: 

Removal of boulders obstructing access to beach property of Arthur and Peter Dunn 

and Martial Ste. Croix. 
Cap des Rosiers (Arise Horace Dunn), P.Q. — Under day labour with District Bngineer 

Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $50. Work commenced July, completed August. 

Object of work- Removal of boulders obstructing access to beach. 
Cap des Rosiers (Anse Israel O'Connor), P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 

Amiot, hand dredging. Amount passed for payment, $70.50. Work done in Jime. 

Object of work: Rtmova! of boulders obstructing access to beach. 
Cap des Rosiers (Anses Rifjon and Perrce), P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 

Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $150. Work done in July. Object of work: 

Removing boulders obstructing the coves of Cyrville, Cleophas and Joseph Riffon and 

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Cap des Rosiers (Anse M. Ste Croix), P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 

Amiot. Amount passed foi payment, $50. Work done in July. Object of work: 

Removing boulders to improve beach property. 
Cape Cove, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed foi 

pajTuent, $100. Work commenced October, completed November. Object of work: 

Removal of boulders tc accommodate fishing boats. 

Cary's Passage, NB. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 2,000 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, gravel, mud. 
Amount passed for payment. $2,50026. Total expenditure, $2,519.76. Work com- 
menced May 12, completed July 15. Object of work: To give fishing vessels using 
fishing grounds outside Lennox Passage a short cut to Inhabitants Harbour. 

Chase, B.C — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Doncaster. Total expenditure, $49. 
Object of work: Raising old scow. 

Chateau Richer, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Sabourin. Amount passed 
for payment, $350.30. Work commenced June 15, completed July 8. Object of work: 
Removal of boulders to facilitate approach to wharf. 

Chatham, N.B. — Under agreement with Miramichi Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge Peter England. 
Quantity removed, 1,408.3 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," soft material and 
logs, at 65 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment. $915.39. Inspection $38. 
Total expenditure, $953.39. Work commenced May 19, completed May 29 . Object of 
work: Dredging Ferry ville slip and Chatham slip. 

Chatham, Middle Island, N.B. — Under agreement with Miramichi Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge 
Peter England. Quantity removed, 1,568.4 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B." 
sand, clay, mill refuse, at 621 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment. $980.25. 
Inspection. $38. Total expenditure, $1,018.25. Work commenced October 28, com- 
pleted November 14. Object of work: To provide an approach to wharf on island; 
turning basin, and berth and approach to slip. 

Chegoggin, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 200 cubic yards, place measurement, sand, gravel. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $149.47. Work commenced November 7. completed November 28. Object of 
work: Clearing channel and berth to allow fishing boats to leave earlier on the tide. 

Chenal Ecarte, Out. — Under agreement with Chatham Dredging and General Contracting 
Co., dredge Rose Burgess, at $10 per hour. Amount passed for payment, $150. Work 
commenced August 12, completed August 13. Object of work: Cutting passage 
through sand shoal in second channel at mouth of Chenal Ecarte. 

Chester Canal, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 340 crrbic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, gravel. 
Amount passed for payment, $168.25. Work commenced August, completed Septemiber. 
Object of work: To provide sufficient water for launching and hauling up boats. 

Chezzetcook East (Graff Beach), N.S. — ^Under agreement with Halifax Dredging Co., dredge 
No. 2. Quantity removed 4,603 cubic yards, place measurement, mud, at 40 cents per 
cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $1,841.20. Inspection, $84. Total expendi- 
ture, $1,925.20. Work commenced October 31. completed November 27. Object of 
work: To provide channel 2 feet deep at low water to fishermen's shacks. 

Cohourq, Ont. — Under contract No. 14892 with National Sand and Material Co., Ltd., dredge 
Baxter Dick. Quantity removed. 11.380.8 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," 
sand, silt, at 50 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $5,690.40. Inspec- 
tion and advertising, $91.23. Total expenditure, $5,781.63. Work commenced July 13, 
completed August 31. Object of work: To enable car ferries to navigate harbour 
approach at ail times of year. 

Collingwood, Ont. — ^Under agreement with The C. S. Boone Dredging and Construction Co., 
Ltd., dredge General Meade. Quantity removed, 1,300 cubic yards, boulders, rock, 
mud, at $20 to $30 per hour. Amount passed for payment, $5,470. Work commenced 
October 5, completed October 27. Object of work: Cleaning channel. 

Collingwood, Ont. — Under contract No. 14904 with C. S. Boone Dredging and Construction 
Co., Ltd., dredge General Meade. Quantity removed, 798.2 cubic yards, place measure- 
ment, class "A,'' at $14.12 per cubic yard; 7,738 cubic yards, place measurement, class 
" B," rock, mud, boulders, clay, hardpan, at 90 cents per cirbic yard. Amount passed 
for paj'ment. $18,234.78. Inspection and advertising, $1,439.70. Total expenditure, 
$19,674.48. Work commenced June 11, completed November 2. Object of work: To 
increase navigable hai^bour areas and channel. 

Courtenuy River, B.C. — Under contract No. 14985 with Arnett Dredging, Towing & Salvage 
Co., Ltd., dredge Victoria: Quantity removed, 37,932 cubic yards, place measurement, 
cla?s " B," sand, gravel, snags, at 17 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for pasnnent, 



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$6,448.44. Inspection, etc., $440.96, Total expenditure, $6,889.40. Work commenced 
July 23, completed October 17. Object of work: Maintenance of dredged channel at 
Courtenay river. 

Courtenay River, B.C. — ^Under agreement with North-Western Dredging Co., dredge 
Bucyrus. Quantity removed, 10,133 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," silt, 
sand, gravel, at 45 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $4,000. Inspec- 
tion, $165.10. Total expenditure, $4,165.10. Work commenced March 10, completed 
March 24. Object of work: To stop the formation of bars opposite the gap between 
the o^'ercast bank made in 1925 and the overcast bank made by dredge King Edvxird 
some years ago. 

Courtenay River, B.C. — ^Under agreement with Arnett Dredging, Towing & Salvage Co., 
Ltd., dredge Victoria. Quantity removed, 8,700 cubic yards, place measurement, class 
" B," sand, gravel, clay, boulders, snags, piles, at $110 per day. Amount passed for 
payment, S4.908.75. Inspection, $445.30. Total expenditure, $5,354.05. Work com- 
menced October 17, completed December 1. Object of work: Improving conditions 
in Courtenay river. 

Counchan Lake, B.C. — Under day labour with District Engineer Forde. Amount passed 
for paj'ment, $295.25. Work commenced September, completed October. Object of 
work: Removal of sna^s and deadheads lodged in the main routes of boats on 
Cowichau lake. 

Cross Point, P.O. — Under contract No. 14659 with Felix Michaud, dredge Excavator. 
Quantify removed, 4,741.8 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," mud, at $1,125 
per cubic yard. Amoimt passed for payment, $5,703.16. Inspection, $172. Total 
expenditure, $5,875.16. Work commenced July 2, completed September 19. Object of 
work: Dredging tidal basin to permit ferry to come to or leave wharf at all tides. 

Des Islets, PQ. — ^ITnder day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $499.50. Work done in July. Object of work: To afford better navigation to 
fishermen's boats bj'- removing boulders. 

Doucet's Landing, P.Q. — Under contract No. 14908 with National Dock & Dredging Cor- 
poration, Ltd., dredge New Wetland. Quantity removed, 51.2 cubic yards, place mea- 
surement, class "A," boulders, at $8 per cubic yard; 49.372 cubic yards, scow measure- 
ment, class '■ B," sand, clay, at 49 cents per cubic yard. Amoimt passed for payment, 
$24,601.88. IrLspection. etc., $459.68. Total expenditure, $25,061.56. Work commenced 
June 27. completed August 1. Object of work: To facilitate ferry service between 
Doucet's Landing and Three Rivers. 

East River, N.S. — Under contract No. 15089 with Halifax Dredging Co., dredge Fergiison. 
Quantity removed, 16,905.5 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," mud, at 70 cents 
per cubic yard Amount passed for payTiient, $12,318.50. Inspection, etc., $440.50. 
Total expenditure, $12,759. Work commenced October 19, suspended for season Novem- 
ber 28. Object of work: Dredging channel in East river leading from Pictou Harbour 
to Trenton and New Glasgow. 

Esquimault Harbour (Old Dry-Dock), B.C. — ^Under agreement with North-Westem Dredg- 
ing Co., Ltd. Quantitj' removed, 1,790 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," silt, 
at $250 per day. Arnount passed for payment, $500. Work commenced February 15, 
completed Februarj' 16. Object of work: Deepening berth for caisson at old dry-dock. 

Etang des Caps (M.I.), P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $365.59. Work commenced September, completed November. 
Object of work; Blasting ledge of rock in channel. 

False Creek, B.C. — Under agreement with Vancouver Dredging and Salvage Co. Quantity 
removed, 4,873 cubic yards, place measurement, silt, and fine coal, at 46 cents per cubic 
yard, Amount passed for p8>-ment, $2,241.58. Inspection, etc., $95.83. Total expendi- 
ture, $2,337.41. Work commenced May 19, completed June 4.' Object of work: Dredg- 
ing in front of Vancouver Gas Co's works. 

Eraser Rive^, B.C. — Under day labour with District Engineer Worsfold. Amount passed 
for payment, $2,532.32. Work commenced May 23, completed July 31. Object of work: 
Removal of snags and other obstructions from the upper navigable portion of the 
liOwer Fraser river. 

Eraser River, B.C. — Under agreement with Pacific Construction Co., Ltd., dredge Portland. 

Quantity removed, 17,580 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," plant rental $725 

per day. Total expenditure, $4,269. Work commenced June 30, completed July 7. 

Object of work. To facilitate navigation. 
Fraser River, B.C. — Under day labour. Amount passed for payment, $5,775.92. Work 

commenced April, 1925, completed February, 1926. Object of work: Survey and 

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Gananoqne, Ont. — Under contract No. 14992 with Randolph Macdonald Co., dredge 
R.M. No. 7. Quantity renaoved, 9,426 cubic yards, place measurement, class "B," mud, 
at 65 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $6,126.90. Inspection and 
advertismg, $242.27. Total expenditure, $6,369.17, Work commenced August 14, com- 
pleted September 15. Object of work: Dredging the channel between Tidd's ielMxd 
and Hay island in St. Lawrence river. 

Gcderich, On<.— Under contract No. 14909 with W. L. Forrest, dredge W. L. Forrest. 
Quantity removed, 218.5 cubic yards, place measurement, class "A," boulders, at $3.17 
per cubic yard; 114,293 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," sand, silt, hardpan, 
gravel, at 45 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $52,124.49. Work 
commenced June 2. suspended for season December 11. Object of work: Widening 
the present entrance channel in outer harbour and enlar^ng the turning basin in the 
inner harbour. 

Grand Chlorydorrne, P.Q.— Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $100. Work done in September. Object of work: Removal of 
boulders to facilitate the landing of fish. 

Grand Eianq and St. Hclier, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment. $51.13. Work commenced July, completed October. 
Object of work: Removing boulder obstructions from harbour in mouth of Ruisseau 
Echalotte. 

Grande Greve, Anse Bernier, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment, $50. Work done in September. Object of work: Removal 
of boulders obstructing landing. 

Grande Greve, Anse Boulei, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $50. Work done in October. Object of work: Removal of 
boulders obstructing harbour. 

Grande Greve, Anse Langlois, P.Q.— Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot, 
Amount passed for payment. $100. Work commenced July, completed September. 
Object of work. Removal of boulders obstructing harbour. 

Grande Grieve, Anse Smith, P.Q.— Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for i)ayment, $50. Work done in July. Object of work: Removal of boulders 
to improve landing. 

Grande Vallee, Aruse Alexis Bernatchez, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 
Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $110.60. Work done in July. Object of work: 
Removal of boulders obstructing access to beach. 

Grande Vallee, Anse Elzear Bernatchez, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer 
Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $49.06. Work done in August. Object of work: 
Removal of boulders obstructing harbour. 

Grande Vallee, Anse Collin, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $199.98. Work done in October. Object of work: Removal of 
boulders to improve harbour. 

Grande Vallee, Anse Cote, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $49.75. Work done in August. Object of work: Removal of 
bouldeis obstructing access to beach at Pierre Cote's property. 

Grande Vallee, Anse Colombe, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment, $98.96. Work comimenced August, completed November. 
Object of work; Removal of part of rock reef obstructing harbour. 

Grande Vallee, Anse Fournier, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment. $31.80. Work done in August. Object of work: Removal 
of boulders to improve harbour. 

Hamilton Cove, Port Neuf, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Sabourin, hand 
dredging. Quantity removed, 120 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," sand. 
Amount passed for payment, $160. Work commenced October 13, completed October 
24. Object of work: Levelling bed of river near wharf to improve landing. 

Hollyburn, B.C. — Under agreement with Amett Dredging, Towing and Salvage Co., clam 
and dipper dredges. Quantity removed, 4,976 cubic yards, place measurement, class 
" B," at 50 cent? per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $2,488. Work com- 
menced July 2-July 13. completed November 4-25. Object of work: To dredge berth 
at wharf to 8 feet deep at low water. 

Honey Harbour, Ont. — Under contract No. 14706 with Theophile Light, dredge Hackett. 
Quantit}' removed, 483.5 cubic yards, place measurement, class "A." boulders and rock, 
at $9 per cubic yard ; 6,084 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," clay, mud, sand, 
gravel, at 70 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $7,690.81. Inspection, 
etc., $1,540.17 Total expenditure, $9,230.98. Work commenced May 18, suspended for 
season October 10. Object of work: Dredging main channel to allow regular traffic 
boats to operate between Midland and Parry Sound via Honey Harbour. 
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Hunt's Point, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 133 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," boulders, at 60 cents 
per cubic yard. Total expenditure, $80^0. Work commenced October 27, completed 
October 31. Object of work: Removal of boulders from vessel bed alongside wharf. 

He aux Raisins, P.Q. — Under contract No. 14923 with Aime Laperriere, dredges E. Simoneau 
No. 1, E. Siniuneav No. 2. Quantity removed, 8,529 cubic yards, cast over place mea- 
surement, class '' B," mud, clay, sand, weeds, at 30 cents per cubic yard. Amount 
passed for payment, $2,558.70. Inspection and advertising, $331.79. Total expenditure, 
$2,890.49. Work commenced June 17, completed August 22. Object of work: To pro- 
vide He du Moine channel, which divides He du Moine and He aux Raisins, with an 
opening to St. Lawrence river. 

Inverness, N.S. — Under agreement with R. E. McLeod, hydraulic dredge. Quantity removed, 
6.982.6 cubic j^ards, place measurement, class " B," sand, mud, clay, rock ballast, at 
30 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $2,094.78. Work commenced 
September 8, completed November 27. Object of work: Dredging channel to allow 
fishing boats and small vessels to enter harbour. 

Jeannette's Creek, Oiit. — Under agreement with Chatham Dredging and General Contract- 
ing Co.. dredge K-Zee-Bee. Quantity removed, 11,558 cubic yards, place measurement, 
class " B," sand, clay, at 22i cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$2,600.55. Inspection, $55.50. Total expenditure, $2,656.05. Work commenced Augusts, 
completed August 20. Object of work: To dredge channel between CNJl. station at 
Jeannette's Creek and Thames river to facilitate fishing industry. 

Jersey Cove, Anses Fortin and O'Connor, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer 
Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $100.05. Work done in August. Object of work: 
Removal of boulders to improve access to beach. 

Jersey Cove, Arise I'Abbe, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 

passed for payment, $100. Work comimenced August, completed September. Object of 

work; Removal of boulders to give safer access to beach. 
Jersey Cove, Anses Packwood and Giasson, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 

Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $200. Work done in September. Object of 

work: Removal of boulders obstructing access to beach. 
Jersey Cove, Anse Principale, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 

Amount passed for payment, $175. Work done in August. Object of work: Removal 

of boulders brought into the harbour by ice and tide. 
Joggins, N.S. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. Quantity 

removed, 500 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," gravel, mud. Amount passed 

for payment, $596.30. Work commenced May 1, completed May 23. Object of work: 

Cleaning berth at Coal Co's pier. 
Kinojevis River, P.Q. — ^Under agreement with V. Villeneuve, hand dredging. Quantity 

removed, 250 cubic yards, place measurement, class "A," rook, boulders; 450 cubic 

yards, place measurement, class "B," gravel, stone. Amount passed for payment, $1,300. 

Work commenced September 15, completed November. Object of work: To improve 

navigation of Flat rapids. 

■Kincardine, 0?if.— Under contract No. 14912 with Randolph Macdonald Co.. dredge R.M.C. 
No. 10. Quantity removed. 20,779 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," sand, 
clay, at 53 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $11,012.87. Inspection 
and advertising. $442.03. Total expenditure, $11,454.90. Work commenced June 29, 
completed August 5. Object of work: Dredging channel and between piers to 17 feet. 

Lnflamme River, P.Q. — Under agreem.ent with O. Naud. Amount passed for payment, $450. 
Work commenced September 3, completed September 24. Object of work: Removal 
of seven old timber jams and overhanging trees from river near Barraute. 

L'Anse axi Beavfils, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Hand dredging 
sand with scrapers. Amount passed for payment, $162.75. Work commenced June, 
completed July. Object of work: To remove obstruc*'ons from mouth of river. 

Lews, P.Q. — Under agreement with National Dock and Dredging Corporation, Ltd., dredge 
Derrick No. 6. Quantity removed, 3,350 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," 
sand, silt, clay, mill refuse, at 80 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$2,680. Inspection, $110. Total expenditure, $2,790. Work commenced October 24, 
completed November 18. Object of work: Dredging shelter basin at downstream end 
of Levis deep-water wharf. 

Lower Rose Bay, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 510 cubic yards, place measurement, mud, rock. Amount passed for 
payment, $459.10. Work commenced October 16, completed December 11. Object of 
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Lower St. Louis, NJ3. — Under day labour with District Engineer Stead, dredge St. Louis 
Agricultural Society Dredge. Quantity removed, 2,945 cubic yards, place measurement, 
class " B," mud, and sea gra&s roots, at $13 per day. Total expenditure, $954.45. Work 
commenced May 26. completed July 15. Object of work: Dredging channel suitable 
for small craft at all tides. 

Lunenburg, iVjS'.— Under contract No. 14900 with Acadia Contractors, dredge New Bruns- 
wick No. 1. Quantity removed, 125,105 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," mud, 
at 52 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $65,054.60. Inspection and 
advertic-ing, etc., $1,134.43. Total expenditure, $66,189.03. Work commenced May 18, 
completed Novem'ber 18. Object of work: Dredging mooring basin. 

Lunenburg, Smith & Rnuland's Shipyard, N£. — Under agreement with Acadia Contractors, 
dredge New Brumu-ich No. 1. Quantity removed, 2,020 cubic yards, scow measurement, 
class " B," mud, at 52 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $1,050.40. 
Inspection, $10. Total expenditure, $1,060.40. Work commenced June 1, completed 
June 2. Object of v-^ork: To accommodate shipyard. 

Madeleine, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for 
payment, $50.98. Work done in November. Object of work: Removal of boulders 
obstructing harbour at mouth of creek. 

Mahonc Bay, N£. — Under agreement with Acadia Contractors, dredge New Brunswick 
No. 1. Quantity renjoved, 12,126 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," mud, saw- 
dust, at $260 per day. Amount passed for paj^ment, $4,500. Inspection, $72. Total 
expenditure, $4,572. Work commenced June 13, completed July 2. Object of work: 
To dredge cut from deep water to the Burgoyne Shipyard and branch cut to wharf of 
E. Ernst. 

Malagash, N.S. — Under contract No. 14947 with Halifax Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge Fergu- 
son. Quantity removed, 18.458.6 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," hardpan, 
at $1.20 per cubic yard; 273.3 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," hardpan, at 
80 cents per cubic yard overcast; 17.76 cubic yards, place measurement, class "A," 
boulders, at $9 per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $22,127.50. Inspection, etc., 
$286.26. Total expenditure, $22,413.76. Work commenced July 31. completed September 
12. Object of work: Dredging aipproach channel to and berth at public wharf. 

Matane, P.Q. — Under contract No. 14709 with St. John Dry-Dock and Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 
dredge Excehior. Quantity removed. 259.1 cubic yards, place measurement, class "A," 
boulders, at $4.50 per cubic yard; 124,169 cubic yards, place measurement, class "B," 
clay, graA'el. mud, sand, at 37 cents per cubic yard; 15.606 cubic yards, place measure- 
ment, class " B," clay, gravel, mud, sand, overcast, at 24| cents per cubic yard. Amount 
passed for paj'ment, $45,871.04. Work commenced April 22, suspended for season October 
10. Object of work: Improvement of harbour. 

McLean's Gully, Mirnnnchi Bay, NM. — ^Under agreement with Mirftmichi Dredging Co., 
dredge Peter England. Quantity removed. 3.829 cubic yards, scow measurement, class 
" B," clav, sand, mud, gravel, rock, at $1.30 per cubic yard. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $4,977.70. lui-pection, $217.15. Total expenditure, $5,194.85. Work commenced 
July 15, completed September 18. Object of work: To provide shelter for the fishing 
fleet. 

McNair's Cove, N.S. — Under agreement with Halifax Dredging Co., dredge Squid. Quantity 
removed, 1,531 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B." sand, mud, gravel, rock, at 
85 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $1,301.35. Inspection, $53.87. 
Total expenditure. $1,355.22. Work commenced August 26, completed October 28. 
Object of work: To provide a haven for fishing boats and vessels navigating the bay. 

Meaford, Ont.— Under contract No. 14983 with C. S. Boone Dredging & Construction Co., 
Ltd., dredge General Meade. Quantity removed, 16,545 cubic yards, scow measurement 
cla.ss "B," mud, gravel, boulders, at 52 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $8,603.40. Inspection and advertising, $260.09. Total expenditure, $8,863.49. 
Work commenced September 1, completed September 29. Object of work: Deepening 
harbour to 19 feet. 

Midland, Ont. — Under agreement with Randolph Macdonald Co., dredge R.M.C. No. 10. 
Ten hours plant hire at $40 per hour. Amount passed for payment, $400. Work done 
October. Object of work: Removal of boulder adjacent to the Midland Shipbuilding 
Co.'s wharf. 

Midland, Onf.— Under contract No. 14978 with Randolph Macdonald Co., dredge R.M.C. 
No. 10. Quantity removed, 21.1 cubic yards, place measurement, class "A," boulders, 
at $5 per cubic yard: 56,456 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," cinders, clay, 
gravel, silt, logs, at 58 cents T>er cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $32,849.98. 
Inspection, etc., $1,591.34. Total expenditure. $34,441.32. Work commenced Septem- 
ber 1, suspended for season December 9. Object of work: Deepening harbour to 24 
feet below elevation 580. 



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Minasville, N.&. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed. 1,200 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, gravel. Amount passed 
for payment, $657.74. Work commenced August 24, completed October 15. Object of 
work: Dredging at public wharf. 

Mitchell's Bay, Ont. — Under contract No. 14683 with Chatham Dredging & General Con- 
tracting Co., Ltd., dredge E-Zee-Bee. Quantity removed, 43,428 cubic yards, place mea- 
surement, class '' B," clay, sand, at 22h cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $0,771.30. Inspection and legal services, $1,009.31. Total expenditure, $10,780.61. 
Work commenced April 9, completed June 12. Object of work: Completion of con- 
tract for deepenmg channel to 7 feet from Chenal Ecarte to Mitchell's Bay village. 

Mosher's Bay, NJ>. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 900 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," boulders, sand, gravel. 
Amount passed for payment, $461. Work commenced September 1, completed Novem- 
ber 17. Object of work: Removal of boulders and ballast which had been washed into 
the harbour from the breakwater. 

Nans and Skeena Rivers, B.C. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Forde, snag boat 
Bobolink. Quantity removed. 478 snags. Total . expenditure, $15,953.11. Work com- 
menced April 3, suspended for season September 15. Object of work: Removing snags 
from salmon fishing grounds on Naas and Skeena rivers, 117 snags from Naas river and 
361 from Skeena river. 

Necum-Teuch, A'.S. — ^Under agreement with Halifax Dredging Co., dredge No. 2. Quantity 
removed, 5,794 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," mud, gravel, boulders, at 
$250 per day. Amount passed for payment, $4,750. Inspection, $66.50. Total expendi- 
ture, $4,816.50. Work commenced August 17, completed September 9. Object of work: 
Improvjng dockage at head and sides of wharf. 

Newcastle or Bridgetown, N.B. — ^Under agreement with Miramichi Dredging Co., dredge 
Peter England. Quantity removed, 795.2 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," 
mud, gravel, slabs, at 55 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $437.36. 
Inspection, $20. Total expenditure, $457.36. Work commenced June 19, completed 
June 24. Object of work: Dredging berth at Sinclair Lumber Co.'s wharf. 

Nicolet, P.Q. — Under contract No. 15000 with National Dock & Dredging Corporation, Ltd., 
dredges New Welland and C.H. No. 6. Quantity removed, 54,537 cubic yards, scow 
measurement, class " B" clay, sand, gravel, boulders, at 35 cents roer cubic yard. Amount 
passed for payment, $19,087.95. Inspection, etc., $2,026.22. Total expenditure, $21,114.17. 
Work commenced September 5, completed November 21. Object of work: To widen 
and deepen the channel. 

North West Miramichi River, N.B. — Under day labour with District Engineer Stead 
Quantity lemoved, 101 snags, sunken logs. Amount passed for payment, $50.50. Object 
of work . To clear river for navigation. 

Notre-Dame Des Sept Douleurs, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment, $150. Work done in October. Object of work: To 
remove large boulders from near wharf in channel leading to Anse a Richardiere. 

Ogden's Pcnd, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed. 80 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B." Amount passed for 
payment. $100. Work commenced September 1, completed September 8. Object of 
work: Deepening passage between protection works. 

Okanogan, B.C.— Vnder day labour with District Engineer Doncaster. Amount passed for 
payment, $695.96 Work commenced June, completed August. Object of work: Repairs 
to huli of pile driver plant. 

Oliphant, Ont. — Under agreement with T. H. McKenzie, hydraulic plant. Quantity removed, 
1,637 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, at 35 cents per cubic yard. 
Amount passed for payment, $572.95. Work commenced September 7, suspended for 
season December 7. Object of work: Dredging channel to wharf. 

Orillia, Ont. — ^Under agreement with Randolph Macdonald Co., Ltd., derrick scow. Quantity 
removed, 991 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," mud, clay, at $1.10 per cubic 
yard. Amount passed for payment, $1,090.10. Inspection, $46.60. Total expenditure, 
$1,136.70. Work commenced May 15, completed May 21. Object of work: To further 
the establishment of a shipbuilding industry. 

Osborne, N.S. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Locke. Quantity removed, 40 
cubic yards, place measurement, boulders. Amount passed for payment, $197.70. Work 
commenced November 2, completed November 6. Object of work: Removing boulders 
on inside of the breakwater. 

Owen Sound, Ont. — Under contract No. 14916 with Canadian Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge 
Primrose. Quantity removed, 234,227.5 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," 
sand. silt, hardpan, at 43 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $81,460. 
Work commenced July 25, completed November 4. Object of work: Dredging harbour, 
channel and slip. 



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ParrsboTo, A' i?.— Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 1.215 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," mud, clay. Amount passed 
for payment, $1,473.70. Work commenced October 16, completed November 28. Object 
of work: To give necessary accommodation to subsidized steamer at McCulloch's 
wharf. 

Parrsboro, N.S. — ^ITnder contract No. 14755 with Minas Basm Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge 
Bencon Bar. Quantity removed, 11,170.1 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," 
clay, gravel, sand^ rock, at $1.25 per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $14,228.95. 
Work commenced May 12, completed August 20. Object of work: Improving approach, 
channel to wharf. 

Pembroke, Ont. — Under contract No. 14462 with Wm. Bermingham & Son, dredge Patricia. 
Quantity removed, 77,727 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," clay, sand, silt, 
gravel, at 67 cents per cubic yard. AJnount passed for payment, $52,077.09. Work 
commenced June 1, completed September 27. Object of work: Dredging on Cook- 
burn's water lot and in harbour basin. 

Penetangui&hcne, Out. — U'nder contract No. 15097 with Theophile Light, dredge Hackett. 
Quantity removed. 19,479.2 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," silt, clay, hard- 
pan, sand, mud, stcne, logs, at 80 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$15,583.36. Inspection and advertising, $473.76. Total expenditure, $16,057.12. Work 
commenced October 17, completed December 18. Object of work: Dredging channel 
at Breithaupt Leather Co.'s wharf. 

Pentecost River, F.Q.— Under contract No. 14653 with Canadian Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge 
O'Connor Dick. Quantity removed, 4,515 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," 
sand, at 52 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $4,178.01. Inspection, 
S80. Total expenditure, $4,258.01. Work commenced September 14, completed Sep- 
tember 30. Object of work: To dredije channel to the St. Maurice Lumber Co.'s 
wharf. 

Petite Anse, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $99.99. Work done in September. Object of work: Removal of boulders- 
obstructing the harbour. 

Petit Cap, Anse Petit Cap, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $180. Work commenced August, completed November. Object 
of work: Removal of boulders to improve access to beach. 

Petit Cap, Anse lUland, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 

passed for payment, $50.75. Work commenced September, completed October. Object 

of work; Removal of boulders obstructing channel to beach. 
Petit Cap, Anse Dosithee Denis. P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 

Amount passed for payment. $49.75. Work done in August. Object of work: Removal 

of boulders to improve landing 
Petit Cap, Anse K. Denis, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amoimt 

passed for payment, $50. Work done in July. Object of work: Removal of boulders 

obstructing access to beach. 
Petit Cup, Anse Jalbert, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 

passed for payment, $49.79. Work done in August. Object of work: Removal of 

boulders obstructing access to beach. 
Petit Cap, Fame Point, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 

passed for payment, $76. Work done in October. Object of work: Removal of 

boulders obstructing access to beach. 

Petit Cap, Itui.sseau a I'Aii, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $50. Work done in October. Object of work: Removal of bould- 
ers obstructing access to beach. 

Petit Chlorydorme, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed 
for payment, $150. Work done in October. Object of work: Removal of boulders for 
safety of fishing boats at low tide. 

Petit de Grat, N.S. — Lender contract No. 14997 with Atlantic Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge 
Pepperel. Quantity removed, 5,724.9 cubic yards overcast, place measurement, at 58 J 
cents per cubic yard; 5,791.7 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," mud, clay, 
gravel, boulders, at 88 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $7,609.77. 
inspection, etc., $590.90. Total expenditure, $8,200.67. Work commenced August 20, 
suspended for season December 2. Object of work: To remove bar in entrance channel 
to harbour. 

Petite Riviere Est, J. B. Lelievre, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment, $99.75. Work done in October. Object of work: Removal 
of boulders from beach approach. 



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Petite Riviere, N£. — ^Uuder day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 1,500 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand. Amount 
passed for payment. $622. Work commenced June 1, completed July 16. Object of 
work: Cutting channels from main channel to various fish stands. 

Petit Sault, P.Q. — ^llnder day labour with District Engineer Amiot, hand dredging. Amount 
passed for payment, $100. Work done in October. Object of the work: To extend 
the channel to facilitate the gathering of sea grass. 

Petite Vallee, Arise Derry, Que. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $148.40. Work commenced July, completed August. Object of 
the work: Removal of boulders obstiucting access to beach. 

Petite Vallee, Longue Pointe, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment, $237.27. Work commenced July, completed October. 
Object of the work: Removal of boulders obstructing harbour. 

Pointe a la Loupe, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot, hand dredging. 
Amount passed for payment, $100. Work done in October. Object of work. To 
improve channel leading to wharf. 

Point Edward, Ont. — Under day labour with District Engineer Craig. Amount passed for 
payment, $2,251.30. Work commenced April 20, completed January. Object of work: 
Inspection of sand and gravel dredging from St. Clair River, Ont. 

Pointe Jaune, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for 
payment, $50.62. Work done in November. Object of work: Removing boulders 
brought into the harbour by ice and tide. 

Port aux Quilles, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Sabourin. Quantity 
removed, 150 cubic yards, place measurement, boulders. Amount passed for payment, 
$601.75. Work commenced October 19, completed November 7. Object of work: 
Removal of boulders to provide shelter for schooners. 

Port Credit, Ont. — Under agreement with Toronto Harbour Commissioners, suction dredge. 
Quantity removed, 52,0(K) cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, at $200 per 
day. Total expenditure, $6,937.17. Work commenced August 12, completed Septem- 
ber 10. Object of work: To improve harbour. 

Port Greville, N.S. — ^Under agreement with K. J. Cochrane, scrapers. Quantity removed, 
1,398.8 cubic yards, place measurement, at $1.10 per cubic yard, class "B," gravel. 
Amount passed for paj-ment, $1,538.68. Inspection, $60. Total expenditure, $1,598.68. 
Work commenced November 1, completed December 3. Object of work: To straighten 
channel inside breakwater. 

Port Hope (Inner Harbour), Ont. — ^Under contract No. 14680 with Randolph Macdonald 
Co., dredge R.M.C. No. 10. Quantity removed, 611.5 cubic yards, place measurement, 
class "A," rock, at $5.90 per cubic yard; 1,337.5 cubic yards, place measurement, class 
" B," sand, gravel, at 65 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $5,065.06. 
Inspection and advertising, $128.47. Total expenditure, $5,193.53. Work commenced 
May 22, completed Jxme 8. Object of work: Completion of contract for deepening 
inner harbour to facilitate navigation. 

Port Hope (Approach and East Harbour), Ont. — ^Under agreement with Randolph Macdon- 
ald Co.. dredge R.M.C. No. 10. Quantity removed, 4,043.7 cubic yards, place measure- 
ment, class " B," sand, silt, at 65 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$2,628.40. Inspection, $51.50. Total expenditure, $2,679.90. Work commenced May 13, 
completed May 23. Object of work: To make a cut from deep water in lake to 
Standard Ideal wharf. 

Port Maitland, Ont. — Under contract No. 14691 with A. W. Robertson, Ltd., dredge Dragon 
Rouge. Quantity removed, 44,128 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," gravel, 
stone, sand, old cribwork. at 65 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$28,683.20. Work commenced June 1, siKpended for season December 10. Object of 
work: To widen entrance channel. 

Port Stanley, Ont. — Under contract No. 14929 with Wm. Bermingham & Son, dredge St. 
Laim-ence. Quantity removed, 40,767 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," clay, 
sand, cribwork, and fUl, at 41 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$14,096.91. Work commenced Jime 5, suspended for season November 12. Object of 
work: To widen entrance channel and remove the old East pier. 

Riviere du Loup (En Haut), P.Q. — Under contract No. 15014 with The National Dock and 
Dredging Coiporation, Ltd., dredge New Welland. Quantity removed, 19,633 cubic 
yards, scow measurement, class "B," clay, mud, sand, at 35 cents per cubic yard. 
Amount passed for payment, $6,184.40. Inspection and advertising, $187.82. Total 
expenditure, $6,372.22. Work commenced November 3, suspended for season Novem- 
ber 11. Object of work: Dredging channel. 



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Riviere du Loup (En Baf.), Renaud Wharf, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer 
Sabourin, hand dredging. Quantity removed, 750 cubic yards, place measurement, 
class "B," clay, gravel, bculders. Amount passed for payment, $1,409.19. Work com- 
menced August IS, completed November 9. Object of work: Dredging in front of 
Renaud's wharf. 

Riviere Petite Vallec, Que. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount 
passed for payment, $250.04. Work commenced June, completed August. Object of 
work: Removal of boulders to accommodate fishermen. 

Riviere Si. Frangois, Notre-Dame de PierrevUle, P.Q. — Under contract No. 15090 with Aime 
Laperriere, dredge J. E. Simoneau. Quantity removed, 15,332 cubic yards, scow mea- 
surement, class " B," clay, sand, at 45 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $6,899.40. Work commenced September 18, completed November 19. Object of 
work: Dredging basin. 

Riviere St. FranQoii, Pointe Maquereau, P.Q. — ^Under contract No. 14923 with Aime 
Laperriere, dredge W. Robidoux. Quantity removed, 14,791 cubic yards, place mea- 
surement, class " B," sand, gravel, at 30 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $4,437.30. Inspection, $130. Total expenditure, $4,567.30. Work commenced 
June 1, completed August 3. Object of work: To provide a channel 6 feet deep from 
Pien'eville wharf to lake St. Peter. 

Riviere St. Francois (Mouth), P.Q. — Under contract No. 14991 with Aime Laperriere, dredge 
W. Robidoux. Quantity removed, 24,403 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," 
sand, gravel, at 30 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $7,320.90. Inspec- 
tion and advertising, $827.11. Total expenditure, $8,148.01. Work commenced August 6, 
completed November 4. Object of work: To dredge channel at mouth of River St. 
Francois to 7 feet below L.W.L. 

Riviere des Trois Saumons, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Sabourin, hand 
dredging. Quantity removed, 530 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, 
gravel, clay, boulders. Amount passed for payment, $718. Work commenced June 17, 
completed July 24. Object of work: To facilitate navigation by removing accumula- 
tion at wharf. 

Ruiaseau Blanc, P.Q. — ^L'nder day labour with District Engineer Amiot, hand dredging. 
Amount passed for payment, $200. Work done in November. Object of work: To 
deepen two spots to facilitate transportation of sea grass. 

Ruisseau Gannon, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed 

for payment, $200. Work done in September. Object of work: Dredging to improve 

transportation of sea grass. 
Ruisseau Rouge, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed 

for payment. $198. Work dene in September. Object of work: To permit boats to 

reach higher land without waiting for full tide. 

San Joseph, B.C. — Under day labour with District Engineer Forde. Quantity removed, 52 
cubic yards, place measurement, class " A," rock. Total expenditure. $500.70. Work 
commenced July 25, completed September 4. Object of work: To improve river 
entrance for convenience of mail and freight boats serving San Joseph valley and fishing 
boats working northwest coast of Vancouver Island. 

Saugeen River, Southampton, Ont. — ^Under agreement with Randolph Macdonald Co., 
dredge R.M.C. No. 10. Quantity removed, 1,900 cubic yards, scow measurement, class 
" B," clay, gravel, old timber. Amount passed for payment (lump sum), $1,650. Work 
commenced August 6, completed August 8. Object of work: Dredging site for crib. 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ovl — Under agreement with Soo Dredging and Construction Co., dredge 
L.S. No. S. Quantity removed, 4,220 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," mill 
refuse, at $65 per hour. Amount passed for payment, $2,600. Inspection, $20. Total 
expenditure. $2,620. Work commenced November 2, completed November 5. Object 
of work: Dredging at Soo Falls dock. 

Savlt Ste. Marie, Ont. — Under contract No. 15026 with Soo Dredging and Construction Co., 
dredge LjS. No. S. Quantity, removed, 9,128 cubic yards, place measurement, class " A," 
boulders, rock, at $5.80 per cubic yard; 1,468 cubic yards, place measurement, class "B," 
silt, at $1.42 per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $55,026.96. Jpspection, 
$432.55. Total expenditure, $55,459.51. Work commenced September 2, completed 
Decemiber 1. Object of work: Dredging slip at Government wharf. 

Seal Cove, N.B. — Under day labour with District Engineer Stead, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 653 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," sand, gravel. Total expendi- 
ture, $1253.76. Work commenced April 25-May 16, completed July 27-31. Object of 
work: To facilitate passage of dories and small boats to protected berth during low 
water. 



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Sheet Harbour West, NS. — ^Under contract No. 14915 with Halifax Dredging Co., Ltd., 
dredge Nu. 2. Quantity removed, 18,003.8 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," 
mud, ledge rock, mill refuse, at 60 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$10,830.94 Inspection, etc., $1,374.50. Total expenditure, $12,205.44. Work commenced 
April 28, completed July 8. Object of work: Dredging channel 13 feet deep to pro- 
vide shipping facilities. 

Sheet Harbour, N.S. — Under agreement with Halifax Dredging Co., dredge No. 2. Quantity 
removed, 564.4 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, sawdust. Amount 
passed for payment, $400. Work done July 15. Object of work: Dredging at wharf 
of Nova Scotia I/umber Co. 

Sombra, Ont. — Under agreement with Chatham Dredging & General Contracting Co., dredge 
McGuire. Quantity removed, 1,600 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand. 
Amount pa.ssed for payment. $960. Work commenced June 22, completed June 27. 
Object of work: Dredging a cut at Whiteley ferry dock. 

Sorel, Que. — Under contract No. 14998 with National Dock & Dredging Corporation, Ltd., 
dredge Neu' Welland. Quantity removed, 126,084 cubic yards, scow measurement, class 
"B," clay muck, sand, at 34^ cents per cubic yard. Amount parsed for payment, 
$43,498.98. Work commenced August 4, completed September 1. Object of work: 
Redredging Lanctot basin. 

South West Cove, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed. 910 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B." Amount passed for 
payment, $592. Work commenced August 25, completed September 5. Object of work. 
To improve channel and make minor repairs to channel bridge. 

St. Antoine de Tilly, P.Q. — Under contract No. 14705 with National Dock & Dredging Cor- 
poration, Ltd., dredge New Welland. Quantity removed, 93.6 cubic yards, place mea- 
surement, class "A," rocks, at $10 per cubic yard; 17,303 cubic yards, scow measure- 
ment, clasi '' B," sand. clay, gravel, at 65 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for 
payment, $12,550.15. Inspection, $556.35. Total expenditure, $13,106.50. Work com- 
menced May 2, completed May 29. Object of work: Dredging channel from deep 
water towards wharf. 

Ste. Fclicite, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Quantity removed. 
100 cubic yards, boulders and clay. Amount passed for payment, $500.20. Work done in 
September. Object of work: Removal of boulders for the benefit of fishermen. 

Si. Ignace du Lac, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Grandmont, solid rock 
and boulders. Amount passed for payment, $200. Work done in December. Object 
of work: Cleaning river emptying into lake St. Ignace. 

St. Jean Deschaillons, P.Q. — ^Under Contract No. 14707 with National Dock & Dredging 
Corporation. litd., dredge New Welland. Quantity femoved, 35,000 cubic yards, scow 
measurement, class '" B." clay, mud, sand, gravel, at 45 cents per cubic yard. Amount 
passed for payment, $15,750. Inspection, $384.20. Total expenditure, $1(5,134.20. Work 
commenced June 2, completed June 22. Object of work: Dredging main channel. 

St. John River, N .B .- -JJnder contract No. 14984 with J. S. Gregory, dredge Keta. Quantity 
removed, 15,458.4 cubic yards, scow measurement, class "B," sand, gravel, mud, at 65 
cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $10,047.96. Work commenced 
August 13, completed October 21. Object of work: Dredging in St. John river at the 
following wharves: McGowan, Maugerville, Barkers, Williams, Upper Gagetown, Tay- 
lortown and Queensfcown. 

St. John West, N.B.— Under contract No. 14892 with St. John Dry-Dock & Shipbuilding 
Co., dredges Leconfield and Keta. Quantity removed, 61,879 cubic yards, place measure- 
ment, at 39i cents per cubic yard, 1,486.6 cubic yards, place measurement, at 80 cents per 
cubic yard, class " B," and 131 hours at $26.74 per hour. Material removed, mud, gravel, 
sand, clay, timbers. Amount passed for payment, $29,134.95. Work commenced August 
3, completed November 6. Object of work: Dredging at deep water berths and at 
Dominion Coal Co. 'a pier. 

St. John (McLeod and PettingiU Wharves), N.B. — ^Under contract No. 15068 with Messrs. 
J. S. Porter and G. S. Macdonald. dredge Leconfield. Quantity removed, 1,215 cubic 
yards, place measurement, class "A," stone, at $8.70 per cubic yard; 3,750 cubic yards, 
place measurement, class " B." mud, gravel, at 60 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed 
for payment, $11,538.45. Work commenced September 21, completed November 20. 
Object of work: In order to provide a depth of 30 feet below zero at McLeod and 
PettingiU wharves. 

St. John, Courtenay Bay, N.B. — Under contract No. 14982 with St. John Dry-Dock & Ship' 
building Co., dredge Leconfield. Quantity removed, 65,560.8 cubic yards, place mea- 
surement, class " B.'' mud, gravel, sand, clay, old timbers, at 39J cents and 80 cents per 
cubic yard. Amount passed for payment. $29,134.95. Work commenced August 3, com- 
pleted Novem.ber 6. Object of work: Dredging fill from berths 2 to 7 and Dominion 
Coal Co. dock and Long wharf. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1925-26 89 

\.^ 

St. Maurice de I'Eclioune, Grande Anse, P. Q.— Under day labour with District Engineer 
Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $99.85. Work done in July. Object of work: 
Removing boulders from harbour. 

St. Maurice de I'Echourie, Echourie, P.Q.— Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. 
Amount passed for payment, $303.92. Work commenced September, completed Novem- 
ber. Object of work: Cleaning harbour and channels of rock ledge and boulders. 

St. Maurice de I'Echoicrie, Tapps' Harbour, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer 
Amiot. Amount passed for payment, $99.90. Work commenced November, completed 
Februarj-. Object of work: Removing boulder obstructions from the harbour. 

St. Michel des Sairds, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Dansereau. Quantity 
removed, 1,000 cubic yards, place measurement, boulders. Amount passed for payment, 
31,491.80. Work commenced September, completed November 4. Object of work: Blast- 
ing and removing boulders in river Cypress in front of Laurentide Pulp Co.'s property 
to increase flow section. 

St. Nicholas River (South Branch), N.B. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Stead, 
by L. Warren's small dredge. Quantity removed, 635 cubic yards, scow measurement, 
class " B," sand, mud, slabs, at $20 per day. Total expenditure, $535.35. Work com- 
menced August 12, completed January. Object of work: Improving channel and wharf 
berth, 

St. Yvon, Anse, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for 
payment, $200. Work cc'mmenced August, completed September. Object of work: 
Removing boulders which had been carried into harbour by ice and tide. 

St. Yvon, Quest, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed 
for payment, $50 Work done in August. Object of work: Removing boulder obstruc- 
tions from harbour. 

Stikine River, B.C. — Under day labour with District Engineer Forde. Quantity removed, 
100 snags. Total expenditure. $2,993.68. Work commenced April 1, completed August. 
Object of work: Removal of obstructions from Canadian portion of the navigable 
channel. 

Sturgeon Landing, Sa.sk. — Under day labour with District Engineer Goodspeed. Amount 
passed for payment, $498.55. Work commenced February 8, completed March 16. 
Object of work' Removal of boulders and cutting off outer ends of two old rock-filled 
crib wharves that encroached on channel. 

Sydenham River, East Branch, Ont. — Under agreement with Chatham Dredging & General 
Contracting Co., dredge JRo.^e Burgess. Quantity removed, 1,250 cubic yards, scow 
measurement, class "B.'" at $1.20 per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $1,500. 
Inspection, $30. Total expenditure. $1,530. Work commenced July 30, completed 
August 5. Object of work: To remove shoal in river about 2h miles west of Dresden. 

Sydenham River, Ont. — Under day labour with District Engineer Craig. Quantity removed, 
1,400 snags. Amount passed for payment, $1,497.30. Inspection, $375.42. Total expendi- 
ture, $1,872.72. Work commenced May 13, completed November. Object of work: 
Removal of snags to facilitate navigation. 

Thames River, Ont. — Under day labour with District Engineer Craig. Quantity removed, 
950 snags. Amount passed for payment, $1,494.29. Inspection, $176.75. Total expendi- 
ture, $1,671.04. Work commenced May 11, completed July 25. Object of work: 
Removal of snags from navigable section of river. 

Tenecape, N.S. — lender agreement with W. H. McKinley, hand dredging. Quantity removed, 
781.2 cubic yards, place measurement, class "B," sand, gravel, at $1.25 per cubic yard. 
Amoimt passed for payment, $976.50. Work done in September. Object of work: 
Removal of tide deposit from along face of wharf to make vessel berth. 

Tiffin, Ont. — ^Under contract No. 14978 with Randolph Macdonald Co., dredge R.M.C. 
No. 10. Quantity removed. 300 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," cinders, at 
90 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $270. Work done October 27. 
Object of work: Removing shoal spots at Tiffin elevator. 

Tittle Passage, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke. Quantity removed, 
50 cubic yards, place measurement, boulders, gravel, hardpan. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $497.92. Work commenced October 2, completed October 31. Object of work: 
Diedging portion of channel to facilitate navigation. 

Tobin Rapids, North Saskatchewan River, Sask. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer 
Goodspeed. Amount passed for payment, $37.75. Work commenced- February, com- 
pleted March. Object of work: To improve navigation by removing boulders. 

Toronto, Eastern Entrance, Ont. — Under contract No. 14892 with National Sand and Material 
Co., dredge O'Connor-Dick. Quantity removed, 42,483.3 cubic yards, scow measure- 
ment, class " B," sand, at 40 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$16,993.32. Work commenced June 1, completed July 9. Object of work: To main- 
tain a depth of 21 feet in channel. 



90 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Toronto, Western Channel, Ont.— Under contract No. 14892 with National Sand and Material 
Co., dredge O'Connor-Dick. Quantity removed, 17,169.6 cubic yards, place measure- 
ment, class " B." sand, silt, at 40 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$6,867.84. Work commenced July 10, completed August 12. Object of work: To 
remove shoal areas and improve approach and channel. 

Trait Carre, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for 
paym.ent, $200.20. Object of work: Removing rocks and boulders which were endan- 
gering access to beach. 

Trois Rvisseaux, P.Q. — ^Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed for 
payment, $289.85. Work done in September. Object of work: Removing boulders 
which constituted a danger to fishermen. 

Trois Ruicseaux Est, P.Q. — Under day labour with District Engineer Amiot. Amount passed 
for payment, $99.99. Work done in September. Object of work: Removing boulders 
interfering with fi.-hing boats. 

Valley field, P.C'- -Under contract No. 15005 with Les Chantiers Manseau, dredge B.S.L. 
No. 1. Quantity removed, 1,772.4 cubic yards, place measurement, class "A," boulders, 
at $9 per cubic yard; 28,792.9 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," hardpan, at 
85 ccnt« per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $31,770.92. Inspection, etc., 
$294.06. Total expenditure, $32,064.98. Work commenced August 10, completed Sep- 
tember 29. Object of work: Deepening channel in lake St. Frangois. 

Victoria Harbour. Scott & Peden Wharf, B.C. — ^Under agreement with Northwestern Dredg- 
ing Co., Ltd., dredge Burrard No. 2. Quantity removed, 1,034 cubic yards, place mea- 
surement, class " B," clay, silt, at 45 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, 
$465.30. Inspection, $12. Total expenditure, $477.30. Work commenced March 8, 
completed March 9. Object of work: To provide sufficient water for vessels to berth 
at low tide. 

Victoria Harbour, Hospital Rock, B.C. — Under contract No. 15167 with Northwestern 
Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge Burrard No. 2. Quantity removed, 2,423.5 cubic yards, 
place measurement, class " A," dioritic gneiss, at $7.90 per cubic yard. Amount passed 
for payment, $19,145.65. Inspection, $525. Total expenditure, $19,670.65. Work com- 
menced December 3, completed March 12. Object of work: To improve navigation. 

Victoria, City of Victoria Asphalt Plant, B.C. — ^Under agreement with Northwestern Dredg- 
ing Cc, Ltd., dredge Burrard No. 4- Quantity removed, 6,062.3 cubic yards, placs 
measurement, class '" B," clay silt, at 63 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for pay- 
ment, $3,819.25. Inspection, $86. Total expenditure, $3,905.25. Work commenced 
January 16, completed January 30. Object of work: To permit scows to reach wharf 
with road- making material. 

Victoria Harbour, James Lee & Sons' Lumber Mill, B.C. — Under agreement with North- 
western Dredging Co., Ltd., dredge Burrard No. 4- Quantity removed, 4,730.25 cubic 
yards, place measurement, class " B," clay, silt, at 63 cents per cubic yard. Amount 
passed for payment, $2,980.05. Inspection, $33. Total expenditure, $3,013.05. Work 
commenced February 1, completed February 6. Object of work: To allow loading of 
scows at wharf. 

Victoria Harbour, Walkers & Sons' Wharf, B.C. — ^Under contract No. 15039 with Pacific 
Construction Co., Ltd.. dredges Burrard No. 4 and John A. Lee. Quantity removed, 
6.122 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," clay, silt, piles, at 35 cents per cubic 
Yard. Amount passed for payment, $1,954.53. Inspection and advertising, $105.25, 
Total expenditure. $2,059.78. Work commenced October 3, completed October 22. 
Object of work: To enable tug boats and small steamers to come to the coal wharves 
for bunkering at all tides. 

Victoria Harbour, Marine Dept. Wharf, B.C. — ^Under contract No. 15039 with Pacific Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., dredge John A. Lee. Quantity removed, 626.4 cubic yards, place 
measurement, class " B," ashes, clay, silt, at 38 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed 
for payment, S214.23. Inspection, $12. Total expenditure, $22623. Work commenced 
October 24, completed October 26. Object of work: To provide better berthing 
accommodation. 

Victoria Harbour, Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd., B.C. — Under contract No. 15039 with Pacific 
Construction Co., Ltd., dredge Burrard No. 4- Quantity removed, 19,767 cubic yards, 
place measurement, class " B," clay, silt, at 38 cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for 
payment, $6,760.31. Inspection, $223. Total expenditure, $6,983.31. Work commenced 
November 21, completed January 4. Object of work: To provide sufficient water at 
tv/o of company's berths to allow tugs and scows in at all tides. 

Victoria Harbour, Le,mon, Gonnason & Co.'s. Lumber Mill, B.C. — ^Under contract No. 15039 
with Pacific Construction Co., Ltd., dredge John A. Lee. Quantity removed, 11,273 
cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," clay, silt, piles, at 32 cents per cubic yard. 



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91 



Amount passed for payment, $3,370.60. Inspection and advertising, $100.17. Total 
expenditure, §3,470.77. Work commenced September 14, completed October 2. Object 
of work: To allow scows to load lumber at wharf. 

Wallace, N.S. — Under contract No. 14987 with Halifax Dredging Co., dredge Ferguson. 
Quantity removed, 9,775 cubic yards, scow measurement, class " B," mud, at 75 cents per 
cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $7,33125. Inspection and advertising, $85.89. 
Amount paid, $4,994.16. Balance due, $2,422.98. Total expenditure, $7,417.14. Work 
commenced July 15, completed July 29. Object of work: To provide a channel from 
deep water harbour to the wharf, and berthing faoilities at wharf. 

Wentworth, N.S. — Under agreement with Wentworth Gypsum Co., hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 8,537 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," mud, ice, at 25 cents and 75 
cents per cubic yard. Amount passed for payment, $4,439.79. Work commenced April 1, 
completed July 30. Object of work: Opening up Avon river to facilitate gypsum 
shipping. 

West Dublin, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed, 1,000 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," mud, sand. Total 
expenditure, $480. Work commenced October 5, completed October 16. Object of 
work: Dredging main channel and small channels to fish stands. 

Windsor, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 4.500 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," mud. Total expenditure, 
$2,738.53. Work commenced April 1, completed June 29. Object of work: To improve 
water frontagie beyond our wharf at Windsor and in front of other wharves. 

Yarmouth Bar, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. 
Quantity removed. 111 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," sand, gravel, boulders. 
Total expenditure. $92.92. Work commenced March 18, completed March 24, 1925, 
Object of work: To remove a bank that had washed into boat channel, which is used 
by lobster fishennen at low tides. 

Yarmouth, N.S. — Under day labour with District Engineer Locke, hand dredging. Quantity 
removed, 500 cubic yards, place measurement, class " B," mud. Amount passed for 
payment, $495.25. Object of work: To enable fishermen to get to cold storage wharf 
at low tide. 



Summary Fiscal Year Report Departmental Dredges, 1925-26 

maritime provinces 



Dredge 


Date 


Locality 


Material 


Cubic 
yards 

re- 
moved 


Cost 
Locality 


Total 
Expendi- 
ture 


Cost 

per 

cubic 

yard 


"No.l" 


May 7-July 3 and 
20-21 and July 
27 and Aug. 4 
and Aug. 4, 19, 
20. 22, 27, 28 
and Sept. 3-10 
and 12-21 and 
Oct.9-Nov.l3. 

July 4-18 and 22- 
25-Aug. 5-18 
and 21-26 
and 29 Sept. 3 
Sept. 11-18, 

Sept. 22-Oct. 8. 

May 8-Oct. 2... 

June 17-July 4.. 
July 6-10 

Julyll-Sept.22. 

Junel-July22... 
July 23-Nov. 13. 


Chatham, N.B.— Horse Shoe. 

Chatham, N.B. — Lump 

Chatham, N.B. —Haystack... 

Liverpool, N.S. — Channel 

Caraquet, N.B.— Wharf 

Shippigan, N.B.— Savoy's 

I-anding. 
Buctouche, N.B. — Channel.... 

Yarmouth, N.S.— Channel.. . . 
Antigonish, N.S. — Channel.... 


Sand, fine sand and 
gravel. 

Fine sand 


104,920 

46,100 
17,741 


$ cts. 
37.463 28 

17,909 27 
5,391 06 


S cts. 


S cts. 
0-357 






0-388 




Oyster shells and 
mud. 

Fine sand, mud and 

sawdust. 
Mud, stone and sand 
Sand and stone 

Sand and mud 

Mud, stone, gravel 

and clay. 
Sand, clay, gravel 




0-304 




60,763 61 
50.031 47 






168,761 
77,442 

7,239 
1,458 

29,917 




0-360 


"No. 2" 




0-646 


"No. 4" 


4,426 33 
953 36 

19,612 07 


0-611 


(See Ontario 




0-654 


and Quebec 
report for ba- 




0-656 


lance of work) 


24,991 76 




38,614 
70,589 

73,970 




0-647 


"No. 6" 


26,237 25 
35,132 17 


0-372 






0-475 




61,369 42 








144,559 




0-426 



92 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Summary Fiscal Year Report Departmental Dredges, 1925-26 — Continued 
MARITIME FUOYINCFB— Concluded 



Dredge 



Date 



Locality 



Material 



Cubic 
yards 



moved 



Cost 
Locality 



Total 
Expendi- 
ture 



Cost 

per 

cubic 

yard 



•No. 9" 



'No. 11" 

•No. 12" 
'No. 13" 



May 1-June 6... 



June 8-26 and 
Julyl7-Oct.l6 



June 27 July 16. 

May 2-15 

May 16-July 25. 

July27-Oct.6.. 
Oct. 7-Nov. 13. 



Charlottetown, P.E.I.— Con 
nelly's wharf. 

Victoria, P.E.I.— Bar 



Summerside, P.E.I. -Wharves 



Point Pleasant, P.E.I.— Pro- 
posed wharf. 

Miminegash, P.E.I.— Break 
water. 

French River, P.E.I. —River 

Alberton, P.E.I.— Wharf 



Mud, hard sand, spi- 
les, old wreck and 
clay. 

Brick, clay, sand, 
mud, rock, silt, 
shell rock and 
stones. 

Silt and mud 



15,753 
36,935 

12,053 



$ cts. 
10,460 81 

23,926 46 
5,953 53 



t cts 



Mud. 



Sand , brick clay and 
mud. 

Sand and mud 

Sand and hard clay. . 



64,741 
4,739 



7,020 



16,651 
1,692 



2,969 97 
6,265 41 



9,866 00 
1,871 94 



40,340 80 



Laid up period. 
April 20-27 



30,102 



'No. 14". 

•No. 14".. 
'No. 15". 

'No. 16"., 

'No. 115" 



Rock Breaker 

"No. 3". 
Stone Lifter 

"No. 1". 
Scows Cadeco 

"Nos. 162 

and 163". 

Two New Steel 

Hopper 

Scows. 

Printing and 

Stationery. 



April 28 

Apr. 29-May 14. 
May 14-18.... 
May 19-20.... 



May 21 -June 4 
and June 6-15 
June 5 



June 16-Sept. 21. 
Sept. 22— Oct. 19 
Oct.20-Nov. 11. 

July 9-Oct. 31 . 



North Sydney, N.S.— C.N.R. 
wharf. 

North Sydney, N.S. — Vooghts 
Wharf. 

North Sydney, N.S.— Salter's 
Wharf. 

North Sydney, N.S.,— Break- 
water. 

North Sydney, N.S., Barring- 
ton Cove. 

Port Hood, N.S.— Govt. 
Wharf. 

Port Hood, N.S.,— Smith's 
Cove. 

Inverness, N.S. — Breakwater.. 

Margaree, N.S.— Channel 

Whycocomagh, N.S 



Rock and mud . 
Rock and mud. 



Ballast rock and 

mud. 
Ballast rock and 

mud. 
Sand and mud... 



Sand . . . 
Gravel. 



Construction. . 
Apr. 2-May2.. 



May 4-7 

May 8-30 

June 1 -Oct. 2.. 
Oct. 3-Nov. 9. 



Apr. 14-Aug. 31 

Sept. 1-16 

Sept. 17-Nov. 12 

May 26-July 14. 
July 15-Nov. 12 



Savage Harbour, P.E.I. 



Lunenburg, N.S 

Corkum's Island, N.S. 

Eastern Point, N.S 

Blandford, N.S 

Chester, N.S 



Shag Harbour, N.S 

West Baccaro, N.S 

Pubnico, N.S. (Lower West).. . 

Port Mulgrave, N.S.— Wharf, 
St. Ann's, N.S. — Harbour 



Laid up at Halifax, N.S.. . . 
Laid up at Yarmouth, N.S. 
Purchase 



Constructed by Sydney Foun- 
dry and Machine Works. 



Sand, ballast rock 
mud and clay. 

Unable to work 
owing to weather 

Unable to work 
owing to weather 



Clay, stone, mud 
gravel sand, and 
hard bottom. 



Mud, sand and gra- 
vel. 
Mud and gravel . . 
Mud, sand and gravel 
Mud, sand and gravel 
Mud 



Mud, clay, sand , rock 
and boulders. 

Mud, clay, sand 
roots and boulders 

Mud, clay, boulders 
and eel grass. 



Mud, brick clay, 
rock and stones. 

Fine sand, rock and 
mud. 



1,517 

168 

10,270 

2,100 

1,670 

6,443 

245 

48,610 



1,595 06 

585 94 

6,282 58 

1,399 74 

911 46 

3,873 71 

195 31 

25,976 66 

5,208 35 

4,296 89 



20,972 87 
9,582 33 



$ cts. 
0-664 

0-648 

0-494 

0-623 
0-627 

0-893 

0-593 
1-106 

0-697 

1-051 

3-488 

0-612 

0-667 

0-546 

0-601 

0-797 

0-534 



71,023 
15,122 



2,S 

436 
2,745 
15,551 
5,108 



26,646 
4,755 



221 
3,978 



8,954 
47,615 



40,784 



88,399 



671 91 

101 15 

521 99 

3,334 27 

957 29 



3,498 50 

437 86 

1,396 78 



32,151 44 
36, 898 20 



50.325 70 
4,304 89 



5,534 05 



5,586 61 



5,333 14 



69,049 64 
194 04 

497 30 

19.000 00 

36, 780 23 

77 94 
464,735 80 



0-709 
0-285 



0-23» 

0-232 
0-190 
0-214 
0-187 

0-210 
0-736 

1-981 

0-351 



0-596 
0-675 



0-90^ 
0-781 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1926-26 9? 

SuMMAEY Fiscal Year Report Departmental Dredges, 1925-26 — Continued 

ONTARIO AND QUEBEC 



Dredge 



Date 



Locality 



Material 



Cubic 
yards 

re- 
moved 



Cost 
Locality 



Total 
Expendi- 
ture 



Cost 

per 

cubic 

yard 



'No, 



fg. 



«&R" 



April 11-May 29. 
May 30-June3... 
June 4-July 4 



July 6-15 

July 16- Sept 25 

and Nov. 19- 

Dec.3. 
Sept. 26.-Nov.18 



Thames River, Ont., mouth 

Ford City. Ont 

Sarnia, Ont., Dominion Salt 

Co. 
Sarnia, Opt., Imperial Oil Ltd 
Sydenhaln River, Ont 



Sand and clay 

Sand and clay 

Sand, clay, mud and 
silt. 

Sand and clay 

Sand and clay 



Thames River, Ont. 



'No. 4" (see 
Mar. Provs. 
report for bal- 
ance of work) 



May 19-June 9 . 



June 10-13 

June 15-16 

Sept. 23-Nov. 4 



Bona venture. Que., wharf. 



Carleton, Que., wharf. . . 
Miguasha, Que., wharf.. 
Magdalen Islands, Que. 



Sand, clay and mud. 



Sand, gravel and 

mud. 
Mud and gravel.. 
Mud and stone . . . 
Towing 



54,384 
4,326 
34,917 

12,978 
89,610 



50,367 



% cts. 

9,222 97 

856 03 

5,633 19 

2,126 26 
16,347 32 



9,581 95 



246,582 
6,482 



1,316 
200 



5,576 63 

1,097 04 

365 68 

10,351 92 



•No. 103" 
'No. 109" 
'No. 110" 



'No. 112' 
■No.tlie" 



'No. 117' 



'No. 121' 



'No. 123' 



'No. 126" 



May 11-June 6. 



June 8-15.. 
June 16-20. 
June 22-24. 



Laid up at Ottawa, Ont 

Laid up at Goderich, Ont . . 
Ste. Anne de Beaupr6, Que. 



Grosse Itele, Que 

St. Jean Port Joli, Que. 
Tadoussac, Que 



Hardpan, clay, sand 

and boulders. 
Mud 



June25-July 17. 
July 18-Oct. 24. 



Port Alfred, Que. 
Chicoutimi, Que. 



May 5-June 20 . . 
June22-July 2... 

July 3 

July4-0ct. 10... 

Oct. 12, Nov. 17 



April 2-Aug. 13 
and Aug. 29- 
Dec. 8. 

Aug. 14-28 



Disposed of at Sturgeon Falls 
Ont. 

Batiscan River, Que 

Rimouski, Que 

Father Point, Que 

Matane, Que 



Charlemagne, Que. 



Gravel, sand and 

boulders. 
Mud, sawdust and 

pulp. 
Hardikan, boulders, 

clay", gravel and 

sand. 

^Gratuity to care- 
taker . 

Sand 

Stone 

Stone 

Clay, gravel and 
boulders. 

Clay 



20,726 

9,796 
200 
270 

21,697 

51,620 



12,465 14 

3,654 70 

217 54 

1, 196 48 

11,790 76 

43,899 91 



104,309 



62,520 
240 
240 

98,384 

31,560 



26,681 96 
275 55 
275 55 

56,394 92 

13,134 32 



May 6-27 

May 28- July 25. 

July 27- Aug .8.. 
Aug. 10-Oct. 13. 

Oct. 13-22 

Oct. 23-Nov. 19 

May 8- July 4... 



July 6-Aug. 22.. 

Aug. 24-Sept. 16 

Sept. 17-21 

Sept. 22-Nov. 25 



Port Burwell, Ont.. 

Port Maitland, Ont. 

Charlemagne, Que. . 
Repentigny, Que 



Vprennes, Que. . . . 
Contrecoeur, Que. 

Lavaltrie, Que 

St. Charles, Que.. 



River Beaudette, Que. 



Valleyfield, Que. 



Como, Que 

Caughnawaga, Q,ue. 
Lachine, Que 



May 21, July 30. 
July31-Aug. 6.. 
Aug. 7-Sept. 7... 

Sept. 8-30 

Oct. l.-Dec. 2.. 



The Narrows, Magdalen 

Islands, Que. 
Point-aux-Loups, Que 



Grande Entry, Que. 
Old Harry, Que.... 
Grosse Isle, Que 



Sand, silt, clay, 
stone, mud, slush 
and timber. 

Clay, gravel, gumbo 
and mud. 

Sand, clay, sawdust 
and logs. 

Sand, clay and boul- 
ders. 

Clay and boulders. . 

Sand and clay 

Clay 

Clay 



Sand, mud, clay, 

quicksand and 

timber. 
Clay, hardpan & 

boulders. 

Clay 

Clay and stone 

Hardpan, stone, tim 

ber (barges). 

Sand, shells, mud, 

eel grass. 
Shells, mud, roots, 

eel grass. 
Hardpan, gravel, 

clay and sand. 
Mud, sand, roots and 

eel grass. 
Mud, sand, roots, eel 

grass and shells 



192,944 
252,649 



15,838 



51,807 34 



2,887 84 



268,487 
5,762 

18,605 

1,716 

20,369 

2 930 

5,230 

54,612 
43,448 



17,172 

18,724 

1,520 

17,640 



2,649 71 

7,735 31 

1,245 83 
8,981 14 
1,301 61 
2,333 61 



19, 659 04 



17,080 55 

7,750 34 
1,669 30 
18,570 98 



98,504 
10,850 

949 

3,137 

3,100 

6,266 



2,989 37 
328 10 

1,642 83 
771 80 

2,041 51 



43,767 71 



17,391 27 
3,763 91 
2,039 21 



S cts. 

0-1696 
01979 
01613 

01638 
01824 



1902 



1775 
0-860 



0-834 
1-828 



2- 174 



0-6014 



73,224 53 
360 00 



96,762 30 



54,695 18 



24,247 21 



64,730 21 



24,302 



7,773 61 



3731 
0877 
4314 

5434 

8504 

7020 



4268 
1481 
1481 
5732 

4162 

5015 
2051 



1823 

2037 
4599 

4158 

7260 
4409 
4442 
4462 

4440 

4525 



9947 

4139 
0982 
0528 

6571 
2756 

3457 

6236 

2489 
3259 
3198 



94 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Summary Fiscal Year Report Departmental Dredges, 1925-26 — Continued 

ONTARIO AND QJJEKEC— Concluded 



Dredge 


Date 


Locality 


Material 


Cubic 
yards 

re- 
moved 


Cost 
Locality 


Total 
Expendi- 
ture 


Cost 

per 

cubic 

yard 




May 21-25 

May 26-July 11.. 
July 13-Oct.22.. 




Sand, clay, hardpan 

and boulders. 
Clay 


621 

6,621 
17,290 


$ cts. 

547 03 

4,864 36 
10,831 18 


% cts. 


S cts. 
0-8809 








0-7347 




Kewagami Portage, Que 


Clay, sod, muck and 
brush. 




0-6264 




16,242 67 
71 80 

1,129 79 

1,792 96 
1,086 65 
1,365 69 
836 37 
6,294 73 

481 95 
21 86 

30,425 00 

11 20 
320 03 






24,532 




0-6621 


"Alva" and 
"Archie 
Stewart". 
Dump Scows 




Laid up at Ottawa, Ont 










"Don R" and 
"Wm. Q". 














Shipyard. 
Victoria Island 




Repairs 










Shipyard. 
Victoria I^land 




Contingencies 










Shipyard. 














Shipyard. 














Scow at 
I'Anse au 
Beaufils, Que. 
(Amiot) (To 
be called 
Dredge "No. 
127"). 




























Stationery . 














2 New Steel 
Coal Scows, 
by Dominion 
Bridge Co., 
for Dredges 
"No. 116"and 
"No. 123". 


















Ottawa, Ont 










house. 














448,835 74 





Credits, Dredging Ontario and Quebec not deducted from different items of expenses or total — 

Dredge "Q.&R. No. 1", Rental S 692 13 

Dredge "No. 117" 84 00 

Victoria Island Shipyard various items — 613 63 



1,389 76 



MANITOBA SASKATCHEWAN AND ALBERTA 



'N°202". 



•No. 204". 
'No. 205". 



'No. 208" 

'Plamondon".. 



'Red River' 



May 12-Aug. 19. 
Aug. 20-31 



Sept. 1 -Oct. 28. 



Laid up at Sel- 
kirk, Man. 

May 14-26 

May27-Julyl... 
July2-Sept.23.. 



Sept. 24-Oct. 28 



May 21-Sept. 28. 
Laid up at Horse 

Creek, Alta. 
I^ay 26-Aug. 7 

and Aug. 22- 

Oct. 3. 
Aug. 18-21 



Selkirk, Man. — West Slough... 
Winnipeg, Man. — Brown and 

Rutherford's Wharf. 
Selkirk, Man. — Sugar Point.. 



Selkirk, Man.— West Slough. 

Block Island, Man 

George Island, Man 



Sugar Island, Man. 



Cumberland Lake, Sask. 



Red River, Man. — Mouth. 
Victoria Beach, Man 



Clay and sand. 
Clay and sand. 



Clay ,sand and gra- 
vel. 



Mud 

Clay and boulders. . 
Sand, boulders and 

hard pan. 
Sand, boulders and 

hardpan. 



Clay 

Hard sand and silt. 



Sand and clay 2,835 

85,248 



26,173 
2,655 



14,314 



43,142 



2,897 
4,390 
3,570 

9,660 



20,517 
12,284 



82,413 



9,314 88 
760 70 



5,108 66 



2,171 69 
6,139 97 
8,449 86 

6,436 12 



13,525 62 



594 82 



15,184 23 
1,337 96 



23,197 64 

10,370 06 

887 73 



14, 120 44 



0-356 
0-287 



0-357 
0-352 



0-750 
1-399 
0-267 

0-666 

1-131 
0-844 



0-164 

0-210 
0-166 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1925-26 95 

SuMMABY Fiscal Year Report Departmental Dredges, 1925-26 — Continued 

MANITOBA SASKATCHEWAN AND ALBERTA— Condu(fcrf 



Dredge 


Date 


Locality 


Material 


Cubic 
yards 

re- 
moved 


Cost 
Locality 


Total 
Expendi- 
ture 


Cost 

per 

cubic 

yard 




May 14- Aug 1 
and Sept. 4- 
Oct. 23. 

Aug. 3-Sept. 3... 




Clay and gravel 

Clay and boulders. . 


14,272 
3,570 


S cts. 
13,287 97 

4,136 39 


S cts. 


S cts. 
0-931 








1,15P 






17,424 36 

1,823 89 
375 61 

140 00 






17,842 




0-977 


Tug "Vaughan* 
Tug "Park- 
dale." 
Coal Barge 
"No. 3'" 




















Laid up at Selkirk, Man 
























84,861 92 





Credit not Deducted From Above 
Tug "Friday" Rental. 



37 00 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 



'No. 301' 
'No. 302' 



'No. 305' 



'No. 303" 



April 1 

April 2-14.. 
April 15-18. 
Oct. 20-29.. 



Oct. 30-31 

Oct. 9-11. 

Nov. 2-7... 



and 



Nov. 12-14 

Nov. 16-Mar. 31 



Apr. 1-May 12... 

May 25-June 2 
and June 6-20. 

June 3-5 and' June 
22-July 28 and 
Aug. 1-20 and 
Jan. 25-Mar. 20 

Julv 28-31 

Aug. 21-24 

Sept. 14-23 

Sept. 24-Nov. 3 
and Dec. 
Jan. 23. 

Nov. 4-17.... 



Nov. 18-25 

Nov. 25-Dec. 1 

Dec. 2-8 

March 22-31.... 



Apr. 1-June 13... 

June 15-Sept. 4 
and Nov. 16- 
Dec. 12 and 
Jan. 11-16. 

Sept. 4-12 and 
Sept. 25-Nov. 
14 and Jan. 18- 
Mar. 31 and 
Dec. 4- Jan. 9. 



Laid up at Victoria, B.C. 



F*rocter Narrows, B.C 

Procter Outlet, B.C 

Nelson, B.C. — Storesyard 

Longbeach, B.C. — Ferry Lan- 
ding. 
Cedar Creek, B.C 



Riondel, B.C. 



P'octer,B.C 

Kootenay Landing, B.C. 



Port Mann, B.C 

Indian Reserve — North Arm 

Fraser River. 
Fraser River — King Edward 

New Cut. 



Fraser River — Oilery Slough. 
Steveston — London Landing. . 

Ladner, B.C 

Fraser River — ^Annieville Bar 



Fra.ser River — Can. Western 

Lumber Co. 
Fraser River, Timberland 

Lumber Co. 
Fiaser River — B. C. Gypsum 

Co. 
Fraser River — North Arm. 

Independent Shingle Co. 
Fraser River — Woodwards 

Slough. 



Fraser River — King Edward 

Cut. 
Fraser River — King Edward 

New Cut. 



Fraser River — Sand Heads. 



Gravel and boulders 
Clay and boulders . . 

Soft clay 

Sand and gravel. 

Silt 



Gravel , rock and 

boulders. 
Sand, rock and clay 
Sand, clay and silt. 



Fine sand 

Sand and silt. 



Sand. 



Sand and silt.. 

Sand 

Sand and silt. 
Sand and silt. 



Sand and clay.... 

Sand and silt 

Sand and silt 

Sand and debris. 
Sand 



Sand, silt and clay. 
Sand, silt and clay.. 

Sand, silt and clay.. 



226 
1,155 

900 
2,676 

730 

585 
39, 725 



46,721 



91,440 
47,540 



550,410 



15,780 

3,265 

23,840 

195,120 



18,370 
18,135 
8,630 
9,515 
33,938 



1,015,983 
150,480 
419,628 



282,744 



852,852 



104 02 

1,036 97 

308 81 

679 39 

318 56 

630 63 

208 04 
9,608 87 



7,345 94 
4,027 27 



37,532 77 



1,121 97 

425 17 

2,054 97 

12,483 36 



1,984 11 
1,830 58 
956 62 
1,074 73 
1,889 63 



12,435 36 
33,061 32 



24,093 51 



3,089 21 



12,895 29 



72,727 12 



69,690 19 00816 



0-462 
0-898 
0-343 
0-254 

0-439 

0-864 

0-356 
0-242 

0-276 

0-0803 
0-0847 

0-0682 



0-0711 
0-1302 
0-0861 
0-0640 



0-1080 
0-1009 
0-1108 
0-1130 
0-0657 
0-0716 
0-0826 
0-0788 

0-0852 



96 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



SiTMMARY Fiscal Yeab Report Departmental Dredges, 1925-26 — Concluded 

BRITISH COLUMBIA— ConcIiKfci 



Dredge 



Date 



Locality 



Material 



Cubic 
yards 

re- 
moved 



Cost 
Locality 



Total 
Expendi- 
ture 



Cost 

per 

cubic 

yard 



"No. 306' 



•No. 309' 



'No. 311". 



Apr. 13-28 

May 4-July f 
and July 27 
Oct. 10 and 
Oct. 19-Nov. 
16. 

Dec. 16-Mar. 13 
and Mar. 21-31 



May 4-16 

Mayl8-July21. 

July 22-23 

July 24-25 

July 27-29 



Vancouver Harbour — 1st Nar- 
rows. 

Vancouver Harbour — 2nd Nar- 
rows. 



Vancouver — Coal Harbour. . . 



Gravel. 
Gravel. 



Little River — Channel. 

Salmon Arm 

Wilcox Landing 

Canoe 

Chase 



Mud, rock and boul- 
ders. 



Sand and gravel. 

Clay 

Clay 

Fine sand 

Gravel 



35,100 
296,920 

120,360 



S cts 

8,681 80 
75,485 09 

45,069 64 



$ cts. 



452,380 

4,823 

24,411 

670 

770 

240 



Apr. 1-25 

Sept. 30-Nov. 11 
and Jan. 22- 
Feb. 19 and 
Mar. 9- 16. 

Nov. 12-Dec. 5. 

Dec. 7-Jan. 4.... 

Jan. 5-21 and 
Feb. 20-Mar. 8 
and Mar. 17-19 

Mar. 20-31 



Burton — Deer Rock Bar. 
Goose Island 



Boulders and coarse 

gravel. 
Sand, gravel and 



Arrowhead, — C.P.R. . . 

Two Beacon Bar , 

Cottonwood Dam 



Sand. 
Sand. 
Sand. 



Deer Rock Cut. 



Boulders and coarse 
gravel. 



30,914 
14,245 
56,861 



14,815 
18,795 
20,920 



5,325 



130,961 



Tug "Petrel".. 
Rock Breaker 

"No. 1". 
Rock Breaker 

"No. 2." 
Drill Plant 



Laid up at Vancouver, B.C.. 
Laid up at Vancouver, B.C. 



Laid up at Vancouver, B.C. 



Construction 
Fuel 
for Dredge 
"No. 302". 

Construction 
Fuel Barge 
for Dredge 
"No. 311" 



Laid up at New Westminster, 
B.C. 



129,236 53 



717 76 
3,475 89 
116 76 
126 33 
65 08 



4,501 82 



1,703 36 
6,726 40 



1,628 76 
1,877 43 
2,809 92 



839 25 



15,585 12 

644 99 
3,944 20 

2.516 71 

246 91 

1,224 35 

4,955 85 



$ cts. 
0-2473 
0-2542 

0-3745 

0-2857 

0-148S 
0-1424 
0-1743 
0-1641 
0-2712 

0-14 5 

0-1196 

0-1183 



0-1099 
0-0999 
0-1343 



0-1576 
0-119 



321,158 32 



Credits not Deducted From Above 

Tug Point Grey 75 00 

Dredge No. 305 1,000 00 

Dredge No. 305 2, 100 00 

3,175 00 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1925-26 97 

DRY DOCKS 

CHAMPLAIN DRY DOCK 

The operation and maintenance of the dock were carried on by the regular 
staff, and the following works executed: repairs were made to the brickwork, 
arches, baffle-plates, water-fronts, clinker breakers, etc., of the steam boilers, to 
the steam and water feed pipe lines and their asbestos covering, to the asbestos 
covering of the steam drums of the boilers, and to two of the gears of the hauling 
chains of the rolling caisson; 350 grate bars were renewed; eight new links 
with their shafts were added to the hauling chains of the rolling caisson; six 
large steel sluice gates were installed on the outside face of the rolling caisson 
entrance gate, to close the six 42-inch filling-in culverts during winter, and also 
in cases of emergency; the 6-inch wooden planking of the rolling caisson folding 
deck bridge was renewed; a compressed air pipe line, with necessary connec- 
tions, was installed in the boiler room and pump house; the seven large filling-in 
and emptying sluice gate valves were scraped and painted ; repairs were made to 
the concrete surface drains in the flooring, and also to the concrete flooring of 
the dry dock; and general repairs were made and painting done to the buildings. 

The dock was occupied for 279 days by twenty-two ships of a total tonnage 
of 64,902 tons. 

Three Canadian Government vessels occupied the dock for thirty -eight days 
of this period. 

LORNE DRY DOCK 

The following works were executed: the steam and water feed pipe lines, 
with their asbestos covering, and the brickwork and arches of the steam boilers 
were repaired; general repairs were made to the macadam road; and the build- 
ings were repaired and painted. 

The dock was occupied for 284 days by eighteen ships of a total tonnage 
of 30,350 tons. 

Four Canadian Government vessels occupied the dock for twenty-nine days 
of this period. 

ESQUIMALT NEW DRY DOCK 

P. Lyall & Sons Construction Company, Limited, were awarded, in January, 
1921, a contract for the construction of the dock basin. 

All the work in the dock area was completed by the first week in June, 
1925, and the work of removing the cofferdam was then commenced. After the 
removal of the cofferdam, the dredging in the entrance channel and submarine 
rock excavation were carried through to completion, allowing for the setting of 
the one remaining crib in the landing wharf. 

The main items of work, exclusive of the removal of the cofferdam, done 
during the fiscal year, were: dredging 13,000 cubic yards; excavating 1,764 
cubic yards of ordinary rock, 158 cubic yards of rock in trenches, 10,060 cubic 
yards of submarine rOck, and 1,122 cubic yards of loose rock; and placing 1,516 
cubic yards of class 1 concrete, 4,450 cubic yards of class 2 concrete, 4,980 
pounds of rock bolts, 1,500 pounds of reinforcing steel, 5,620 cubic feet of granite, 
8,229 cubic yards of puddle filling, 2,836 lineal feet of air and water pipes, 1,480 
lineal feet of 2^-inch hose and connections, 1,000 lineal feet of hand railing, 9,155 
square yards of roadway, 436 tons of rubble stone mound, 185 cubic yards of 
top dressing for mound, 232 cubic yards of cribwork, and 31,200 feet b.m. of oak 
caps for keel blocks. 

The total value of work done under this contract up to March 31, 1926, was 
$4,788,853.76, and an allowance has been made for material on site. The value 
of work done during the fiscal year was $391,028.10. 

26240—7 



98 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Work on the contract, awarded to Hodgson, King & Marble for the supply 
and installation of machinery, progressed as rapidly as the equipment could be 
procured, with the result that the installation of pumps, motors, etc., was com- 
pleted in time for test runs in February, 1926. These tests were very satisfac- 
tory, and the results showed the efficiency to be greater than was anticipated in 
the contract. The total value of the work done on this contract up to March 
31, 1926, was $339,172.88, of which amount $81,567.88 was for work done during 
the fiscal year. There still remains the completion of the lighting system, and 
the setting of three capstansi on the south side of the dock. This work will be 
finished as soon as the backfill operations under the main contract will permit. 

Another contract was awarded to Hodgson, King & Marble, in April, 1925, 
for the construction of a transformer house of similar design to that of the 
pump house. Under an agreement with the British Columbia Electric Railway 
Company, this company was to pay half the cost of the building, up to a 
maximum payment of $5,000. The building was completed in June, 1925, at a 
final cost of $9,410.50. 

In March, 1925, a contract was awarded to Messrs. Yarrows Limited for 
the construction of the two steel floating caissons required for the dock. Subse- 
quently, this firm was allowed to sublet the fabrication of the steel work to the 
Canadian Bridge Company of Walkerville, Ontario. The first shipment of steel 
arrived at Esquimalt in July, 1925, and from that date good progress was made, 
with the result that at the end of the fiscal year the 49-foot caisson had been 
completed, delivered and tested, and is being used in position in the dry dock, 
while the 46-foot caisson was completed to deck No. 3, and is ready to be 
launched as soon as there is a favourable tide. The total value of work done 
on this contract up to the end of the fiscal year was $330,981.08, while an allow- 
ance of $14,416.56 had been made for material on site. 

On January 30, 1926, a contract was executed with the Canadian Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Limited, for the supply and erection of an air compressor com- 
plete with motor, exciter, control equipment, air receiver, after cooler, air filter 
and spare parts. The total amount of the contract is $20,776, and the date of 
completion stipulated is May 15, 1926. The equipment arrived at Esquimalt in 
March, 1926, and up to the end of that month, work to the value of $17,091 had 
been done. 

An Order in Council was passed on February 27, 1926, authorizing the 
purchase of a 100-ton stiff leg derrick from the Eastern Equipment Company 
for the sum of $45,000, delivered at Esquimalt. This derrick was shipped from 
New York on March 20, 1926, and is due to arrive at Esquimalt before the end 
of April. The total cost erected will be about $85,000, and the erection should 
be completed early in the summer of 1926. 

ESQUIMALT OLD DRY DOCK 

Two improved sanitary urinals were built, and two drinking fountains were 
installed. The old wooden building, containing the ships officers' and 
stewardesses' toilets, was pulled do^\Ti, and replaced with a modern reinforced 
concrete structure, fitted with the latest sanitary appliances. Electric heaters 
were installed to keep out the frost. The energy for these heaters was taken 
from the surplus supplied to the electric pump, permission having been obtained 
from the British Columbia Electric Railway Company. As the old wooden 
ladders, seven on each side of the dock, leading from the coping to the floor, 
were rotten and unsafe, they were taken out, and an iron ladder, made by the 
engine room staff, was fitted about half way down the centre of the dock on each 
side. The flag pole, on the east side of the dock, was moved over to the position 
of the gantry, rigged and fitted with a derrick for lifting the draw bar and 
brackets from the caisson when moving it to the outer stop. A large portion of 
the sloping ramp, at each side of the head of the dock, was cut away and trimmed 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER, 1926-26 99 

to allow the larger type of bluff-bowed vessels to be docked with safety. Fifteen 
new oak keel blocks were purchased through the Naval Stores Branch, and fitted 
where necessary. The timber chutes, at the head of the dock, were replaced by 
a more suitable type. These chutes are now only used for bilge blocks and 
shores, anything larger being handled with the electric crane. A water service 
main was laid to the coping of the dock on the east side, to give a more adequate 
supply of fresh water for washing down in the dock. Five keel blocks, at the 
upper end of the dock, were removed, and the bed places cemented up. A con- 
crete surface drain was constructed at the northeast corner of the dock grounds, 
to drain the area which was always flooded in wet weather. The small store 
shed on the west side was lengthened 15 feet, and placed on a concrete founda- 
tion, this extra accommodation being necessary to take the place of the old 
pitch house which has been pulled down. An improved type of crane trolley was 
constructed and fitted by the engine room staff to overcome, as much as pos- 
sible, the jumping off due to the uneven alignment of the track. About 1,000 
feet of new fencing with gates was built from the navy yard around to the car- 
penters' shop. A cement floor was laid over a portion of the basement of the 
chief steam engineer's house. A new furnace was installed in the dockmaster's 
house. Twenty-six vessels, having a total tonnage of 113,103 tons, were docked 
for repairs, cleaning and painting, the dock being occupied sixty-eight days. 

SELKIRK MARINE RAILWAY 

The marine railway was operated throughout the season. Thirty vessels, 
including scows, were hauled out. 



FERRIES 

Statement of Ferry Licenses in Force during Fiscal Year ended 

March 31, 1926 

Place Annual Fee 

Kingston — Cape Vincent $ 25 00 

Port Lambton — Roberts Landing 1 00 

Walkerville — Detroit 1 qO 

Windsor — Detroit 1 00 

Calumet — L'Orignal 25 OO 

Buckingham — Cumberland 5 oo 

Montebello — ^Alfred \ 10 00 

Point Albino — ^Buffalo ' . 50 oO 

Gananoque — Clayton 3 OOO 00 

Cross Point — Campbellton ' ' ' 10 00 

Brockville — Morristown ' | \ qo 

Fassett — St. Thomas d'Alfred ] 10 00 

Morrisburg — Waddington 25 00 

Courtwright — St. Clair 10 00 

Pembroke — Allumette Island 130 OO 

Sault Ste. Marie — Sault Ste. Marie 100 00 

Fitzroy — Onslow 5 00 

La Passe — Fort Coulonge 204 00 

Rainy River — Towns of Beaudette and Spooner \\\\ 50 00 

Rockcliffe — Gatineau 50 00 

Niagara — Youngstown 40 oo 

Erie Beach— Buffalo 50 00 

Prescott — Ogdensburg \ 1 00 

Rockport — Alexandria Bay ] ' ] 25 00 

Fort Erie — BufTalo 50 00 

Sombra — Marine City 1 00 

Walpole — ^Algonac 1 00 



2e24&-7i 



GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH SERVICE 

J. E, Gobeil, General Superintendent 



Location of Lines 



Year 
con- 
structed 



Length of Lines 



Miles 

of 

Pole Line 



Miles 

of 
Wire 



Cables 



Number 

of 
Offices 



Messages sent 



1926 



Newfoundland 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick — 

Chatham-Escuminac 

Bay of Fundy 

Quebec- 
Magdalen Islands 

Anticosti Island 

North Shore St. Lawrence 

Chicoutimi District 

Quarantine System 

Quebec County 

Timiskaming 

Ontario — 

Pelee Island. 

Manitoulin Island 

Cockburn Island 

Saskatchewan — 

Moose Jaw-Willow Bunch 

Battleford-Ile La Crosse 

Lloydminster-Onion Lake 

Alberta — 

Edmonton-Hudson's Hope Loops and 
Branches 

Athabaska-Ft. McMurray and Branches. . 

Onion Lake-Elk Point 

British Colujnbia — 

Mainland 

Vancouver Island 

Yukon — ■ 

Ashcroft-Dawson-Boundary and Branches 

Queen Charlotte Island 



1883 
1880-1916 

1885-1919 
1880-1916 

1880-1910 
1881-1890 
1881-1915 
1881-1912 
1885-1912 
1909-1914 
1910-1912 

1889-1901 
1914 
1914 

1885-1919 

1912 

1883-1913 



1883-1919 
1914-1919 
1883-1919 

1899-1922 
1896-1914 

1899-1916 
1913-1914 



14 

787J 

86i 
36 

82| 
25U 
1,038 
162 
54| 
73 
104 



7i 
5i 

84 
302 
42 



792 
323 

58^ 

1,7681 
1,303 J 

3,243 
102 



14 

9251 

1091 
65 

2001 
251i 
1,041-1 
172 
152J 
97^ 
104 



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84 

324 

42 



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323 



3,422f 
1,638 



3, 7051 
102 



64i 



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4 
9 
2 

20 
6 
2 

276 
167 

296 
16 



22,838 

9,416 
5,192 

3,812 
752 
37,596 
12,859 
11,173 
10,641 



1,582 



9,682 



148,649 
123,343 
80,449 



22,929 

8,990 
5,254 

4,418 

39,899 
14,047 
12,651 
8,961 



1,485 



8,995 



22,634 



156,064 
134,503 
81,966 



10,72U 



13,6651 



3541 



1,066 



499,358 



522,796 



TELEGRAPH SYSTEMS OF THE DOMINION 

As a matter of general interest, pursuant to the statement submitted last 
year, the latest figures to hand showing the extent of telegraph lines in operation 
in the Dominion are as given hereunder: — 





Length of Miles 


Length of Conductors in Miles 


Num- 


Canada 


Aerial 


Under- 
ground 


Sub- 
marine 


Total 


Aerial 


Under- 
ground 


Sub- 
marine 


Total 


ber of 
Offices 


Canadian National Telegraphs 

Government Telegraph Service 

Canadian Pacific Telegraphs 


23,674 

10,72U 

15,431 


15 
53-5 


17 
3541 
103-9 


23,706 

11,076V:2 

15,588-4 


123,511 
13,6651 
135,514 


1,141 
1,944 


117 
3541 
243 


124,769 

14,0206/24 

137,701 


2,075 
1,066 
1,527 



100 



GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH LINES, 1925-26 101 

CONSTRUCTION 

The Government Telegraph System on March 31, 1926, comprised 10,721| 
miles of pwle line, 13,665f miles of wire, 354f knots of cable and 1,066 offices. 
Dm-ing the year 178 miles of new lines were constructed, as follows: — 

Nova Scotia — Miles Miles 

Little Narrows — Ottawa Brook 9i 

Washabuck Bridge — South Cove 3 

Washabuck Centre — McKays Point 4 

16i 

Alberta — 

Dawson Creek — Kilkerran 6 

6 

British Columbia Mainland — 

Barriere — Barriere Forks 15J 

Kuskanook 9 

Other small additions IH 

36 

Yukon and Northern British Columbia — 

Deer Park Ranch 1 

Fish Lake Ranch and Big Lake legs 8 

Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Line 43 

Completed portion Quesnel-Prince George 35^ 

Endako-Francois Lake Branch 16 

Nadina River — Reopels Ranch Line 16 119J 

Total 178 

The reduction in pole mileage due to abandoning and rearrangement of 
routes is as follows: — 

Magdalen Islands — Miles Miles 

Replacing a section of pole line by cable 71 

Saskatchewan — 

Abandoning of Moose Jaw, Gravelbourg, Limerick Line 102 

Yukon — 

Abandoning Fort Fraser Stuart Lake Line 40 

Total 149i miles 

Making the pole mileage for 1925-26 as follows: — 

1924-25 (Revised figures) 10,692| 

Plus new construction 178 

10,870i 
Less abandonments 149} 

On March 31st, 1926 10,721} miles 



The difference in wire mileage submitted in 1924-25 and 1925-26 is 
accounted for by additions due to new construction and deductions due to 
abandonments, etc., as follows: — 

Wire mileage 1924-25 (Revised figures) 13,595f miles 

Plus: — Miles 

Nova Scotia, new construction 16| 

Magdalen Islands, Installation of additional telephones 14} 

Alberta, new construction 6 

British Columbia Mainland, New construction 71 

Vancouver Island, Metallicing existing lines 20} 

Yukon and Northern British Columbia , New construction 119} 

2471 

13,8431 

Less: — 

Saskatchewan, Abandoning Moose Jaw Section 135 

Vancouver Island, Abandoning Sidney Island Line 3 

Yukon and Northern British Columbia, Abandoning Fort Fraser- 

Stuart Lake Line 40 

178 

Total, 1925-26 13, 665| miles 



f02 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 



The revenue and expenditure for each of the Government lines in the 
several districts hereinbefore mentioned are given in the following table: — 





Expenditure 1925-26 




Telegraph and Telephone Lines 


Construc- 
tion and im- 
provements 


Repairs 


Staff 
and Main- 
tenance 


Total 


Revenue 
1925-26 


Cape Ray, Nfld. (subsidy) 


$ cts. 


% cts 


$ cts 
250 00 

4,229 70 

32,293 95 

2,420 11 

6,946 66 


$ cts 
250 00 

4,229 70 

42,867 98 

2,420 11 

6,946 66 


$ cts. 


Maritime Provinces — 
Bay of Fundy Lines 






1,824 64 
6,919 26 
2,300 98 


Cape Breton Lines 


10,574 03 




Chathara-Escuminac Lines 




Prince Ed. Island and Mainland 






Quebec Mainland — 

Dorchester Co. Line (leased) 








Cable between Isle Verte and South 
Shore River St. Lawrence 


1,229 20 






1,229 20 

28,887 37 

16,713 19 

2,500 93 

2,018 61 

6,085 15 

3,636 00 

7,353 20 

1,678 19 

86,708 05 

2 50 
343 23 

44,726 42 
88,367 11 

238,705 55 

115,349 71 

149,205 73 

5,919 34 




North Shore East Bersimis 




28,887 37 
16,713 19 
2,500 93 
2,018 61 

6,085 15 

3,636 00 

7,353 20 

1,678 19 

86,708 05 

2 50 
343 23 

37,002 22 
80,238 36 

210,274 53 

98,482 90 

134,301 79 

5,919 34 


14 676 57 


North & hore West Bersimis 






5 214 67 


Quebec County Lines 






1 603 04 


Timiskaming Lines (leased) 








Quebec Islands — 
Anticosti System (leased) 








Grosse Isle, Ile-aux-Coudres and He 
d'Orleans System 






974 51 


Magdalen Islands System 






2,319 10 


Maritime Provinces and Gulf generally 






Cableship "Tyrian" 








Ontario — 
Manitoillin-Cockburn Islands System . . 








Pelee Island System 






148 50 


Saskatchewan and Alberta — 
Saskatchewan System 




7,724 20 
3,240 37 

6,985 43 
10,974 39 
10, 171 93 


3,616 14 


Alberta System 


4,888 38 

21,445 59 
5,892 42 
4,732 01 


17 110 08 


British Columbia and Yukon — 
Ashcroft-Dawson System 


89 563 46 


B.C. Mainland System 


77,934 60 
63,514 03 


B.C. Vancouver Island 


Telegraph Service Generally 










Net Revenue 


287,719 58 


Casual Reventje Collected — 
Alberta Lines — 
Rentals and sale of equipment 










180 10 


B.C. Mainland— 
Pole rentals and miscellaneous equip- 
ment 










231 55 


Saskatchewan — 
Sale of old material 










1,298 54 


Vancouver Island Lines — 
Rentals and sale of old materials 










149 65 


Yukon System — 
Sale of old materials 










156 82 


Cape Breton Lines — 
Sale telegraph office property at St. 
Margaret Village, C.B., Pole ren- 
tals, etc 










875 02 


Dorchester Line, P.Q. — 

Rentals 










3 00 


North Shore E.B., P.Q.~ 
Sale of Long Pt. Mingan Telegraph 
office; Sale of old batteries 










1,003 08 
434 00 


S.S. ['Tyrian"— 

Services to Department National 
Defence 










Miscellaneous 










1,250 00 


Anticosti — 
Sale of old material. . ; 










879 66 














Totals 


48,761 63 


39,096 32 


768,285 98 


856,143 93 '>^i- i«i "" 









NoiTE— In addition to the above an Excise Tax of $6,294. 
and Excise Department. 



i was collected and paid over to the Customs 



GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH LINES, 1925-26 103 

MAINTENANCE 

The cost of maintenance and operation of the Government Telegraph and 
Telephone Service in the Maritime Provinces and Lower St. Lawrence during 
the fiscal year 1925-26 was $201,72L1L 

This is a decrease of $18,425.14 compared with the preceding year, and is 
made up as follows: — 

Bay of Fundy $ 964 55 

Cape Breton 9, 102 38 

Chatham-Escuminac 102 29 

Prince Kdward Island 468 95 

North Shore East Bersimis 3,544 71 

North Shore West Bersimis 70 12 

Quebec County 179 01 

Timiskaming 2 86 

Isle of Orleans System 537 40 

Maritime Provinces and Gulf generally 12, 802 04 

$ 27,774 31 

Less Increases: — 

Anticosti % 114 92 

Cableship "Tyrian'' 7,598 36 

Magdalen Islands 1,635 89 

9,349 17 

Net Decrease $ 18,425 14 

The cost of maintenance and operation of the Government Telegraph and 
Telephone System in the divisions west of the Maritime Provinces and Quebec 
during the fiscal year 1925-26 was $566,564.87. 

This is a decrease of $52,072.22 compared with the preceding year, and is 
made up as follows: — 

Ontario — 

Manitoulin $ 107 90 

Pelee Island 954 06 

Saskatchewan — Alberta : — 

Saskatchewan 11, 706 34 

Alberta 15, 038 83 

British Columbia and Yukon:— 

Ashcroft— Dawson 26,832 34 

British Columbia Mainland 10, 772 69 

$ 65,412 16 

Less Increases: — 

Vancouver Island 8, 753 59 

Telegraph Service generally 4, 586 35 

% 13,339 94 

Net Decrease $ 52, 072 22 

The decrease in cost of maintenance and operation of whole system is 
$70,497.36 made up as follows:— 

Quebec and East $ 18,425 14 

West of Quebec 52,072 22 

$ 70,497 36 

Less increase for new construction 21, 122 69 

Decrease in total expenditure $ 49,374 67 

This added to the decreases of the three previous years makes a total reduc- 
tion of $167,972.18, as follows:— 

1922-23 $64,227 49 

1923-24 19,210 90 

1924-25 35,159 12 

1925-26 49,374 67 

$167,972 18 

The revenue for 1925-26 as compared with the preceding year shows an 
increase of $4,823.15. This increase would have been much larger were it not 
for the fact that approximately $5,078.87 was diverted to other channels by the 
closing to traffic, of that part of the Yukon Line between Hazelton and Tele- 
graph Creek during the period of five months (April to August) , and the aband- 
oning of 149i miles of line entailing the closing of four oflBlces . ' 



104 



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106 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

SYSTEMS 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

The line from Port au Basque to Cape Ray continues to be operated as 
heretofore under an arrangement with the Anglo-American Telegraph Company. 

CAPE BRETON 

During the year the various lines comprising both telegraph and telephone 
have been satisfactorily maintained, and considerable work in the way of 
straightening the lines, repairing, etc., was carried out expeditiously. An exten- 
sion was made to the telephone line in the vicinity of Washabuck by building 
lines to South Gove and McKay's Point, and from Little Narrows to Ottawa 
Brook. These new branches add 16^ miles to the Cape Breton Island System. 

The revenue for the past year shows an increase of $478.89 over that of 
the preceding year, notwithstanding the fact that there was a severe depression 
in the coal areas. The increase came particularly from operations in connection 
with off-shore fisheries. The cost of operation for 1925-26 as compared with 
that of 1924-25 shows a decrease of $9,102.38. The number of messages handled 
increased by ninety-one, although two telegraph offices and fourteen commission 
telephone offices were closed. There were twenty-four telephone subscribers 
added to the list whereas the telephones removed numbered eight. 

BAY OF FUNDY 

Both the telegraph and telephone circuits were satisfactorily maintained 
during the year. This dual service is of inestimable value to Grand Manan 
Island and the outlying islands and lighthouses. These are linked up with this 
system through the various stretches of cable which serve such important points 
as Gannet Rock Light, Wood Island Life Saving Station and other seaward 
points, where a close watch is kept on weather conditions for the guidance of 
fishermen. The cost of operation for the past year was $4,229.70, which is 
$964.55 less than that of the previous year. There was an increase of $104.05 
in the revenue and the number of messages transmitted was greater by sixty -two. 
The number of offices remains unchanged at twenty-seven. 

CHATHAM -ESCUMINAC 

This system, which extends for a distance of 86 miles adjacent to the north- 
east coast of New Brunswick in the vicinity of Chatham, gave uninterrupted 
and satisfactory service during the year. The cost of operation for 1925-26, 
compared with that for the previous year, shows a decrease of $102.29. The 
revenue was increased by $509.59, although the number of messages trans- 
mitted was decreased by 426. There were eight new telephone subscribers 
added to the list and no withdrawals. 

MAGDALEN ISLANDS 

The telephone service on these islands continues to function satisfactorily, 
the number of telephone subscribers increasing to ninety-eight. These are 
served through the exchanges on Amherst Island, Grosse Isle and Grindstone. 
At the latter place, in order to meet requirements from May to January, an 
extended service was inaugurated. Continuous switchboard service is rendered 
from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Two outlying points, Entry Island on the southeast 
and Bryon Island on the north, are served through the telephone exchanges at 
Amherst and Grosse Isle respectively. During the summer the land lines along 
the sandy beach to Wolf Island, a distance of four miles, were replaced by 
cable. At another point where the high tides were a constant menace to the 
land lines, cable was laid for a distance of four miles, along the north beach. 



• GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH LINES, 1925-26 107 

The operation of this system for the past year cost $1,635.89 more than for 
the previous year. There was an increase in the revenue of $353.07, brought 
about by an increase of 606 in the number of messages transmitted, and an 
addition of twenty-one new telephone subscribers. 

ANTICOSTI ISLAND 

The telegraph service on this island has been under the control of the 
Administration of Anticosti since its lease to the above mentioned corporation 
m 1924. The main telegraph circuit from Gaspe to Port Menier through a 
stretch of 45 miles of cable continues to be the chief source of communication 
to outside points. The former telegraph circuit running to the eastern extrem- 
ity of the island has been converted into a telephone service, and with the 
completion of a new telephone line from Port Menier (formerly known as Ellis 
Bay) to Jupiter River, a very useful telephone service has been established, 
extending the full length of the island. 

NORTH SHORE ST. LAWRENCE AND CHICOUTIMI DISTRICT 

The increased activity brought about by the expanding commercial and 
industrial establishments in the various districts served by this system, has 
necessarily imposed on these lines a greater volume of business, all of which 
was promptly and satisfactorily handled during the past year. The main line 
from Murray Bay to Red Bay, Labrador, a distance of 1,014 miles, continues 
to be the main artery of communication. This, with the line following the 
course of the Saguenay river as far as Chicoutimi, comprises the greater part of 
the above system, and over which lines the bulk of the traffic finds an outlet. 

The cost of operation for 1925-26, as compared with that for the previous 
year, shows a decrease of $3,614.83. The revenue was increased by $2,222.03. 
This was largely the result of the greater number of messages transmitted, the 
increase being 3,491 over the number for the previous year. 

ISLAND OF ORLEANS AND QUARANTINE SYSTEM 

'riiis service has worked continuously and satisfactorily during the year. 
The cost of operation for 1925-26, as compared with that for the year previous, 
showed a decrease of $537.40. The revenue increased by $89.70. This was due 
principally to an increase of 1,478 in the number of telephone calls put through 
the exchange. 

QUEBEC COUNTY 

There were no changes or extensions on these lines during the past year. 
Owing to the fact that the lumber business in the region served by these lines 
showed less activity than in the previous year, the revenue was reduced by 
$251.21. This was principally the result of 1,680 fewer messages being handled. 
The decrease in revenue, however, was partly counterbalanced by a reduction 
of $179.01 in the cost of operation. 

TIMISKAMING 

These lines are operated under lease by La Compagnie du Telephone du 
Nord, Limitee. 

PELEE ISLAND, ONTARIO 

The cable, which is the only means of communication with this important 
and agriculturally productive island, rendered uninterrupted service until late 
in November, when it was fouled by the anchor of a steamer. The navigable 
season being far advanced, communication was not restored up to the close 
of the fiscal year. The operation, for 1925-26, compared with the previous year, 
cost $954.06 less, and the revenue also decreased by $121.45. 



108 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

SASKATCHEWAN 

There was a considerable reduction in the mileage of the lines in southern 
Saskatchewan during the year. That portion of the line, starting at Moose 
Jaw and extending south as far as Limerick, with the intervening loop to Gravel- 
bourg was abandoned, thus reducing the line by 102 miles and closing four offices. 
The remaining portion, from Assiniboia to Wood Mountain and Willow Bunch, 
continues to afford telegraph service to the adjacent territory. The northern 
section of the line from Battleford to Isle la Crosse, a distance of 302 miles, 
rendered valuable service to this sparsely settled but growing section of the 
province. The cost of operation for 1925-26, as compared with that for the 
previous year, shows a decrease of $11,706.34. The revenue decreased by 
$136.63, due to the closing of four offices on the Moose Jaw section. 

ALBERTA 

These lines starting at Edmonton and serving the intervening territory 
between Athabaska and Lac la Biche, Fort McMurray and Peace River, and 
extending west via Grande Prairie and Pouce Coupe to Hudson Hope, B.C., 
have continued to render constant and satisfactory communication facilities 
during the year to a large number of communities. A small section between 
Dawson Creek and Kilkerran, B.C., a distance of 6 miles, was added to the exist- 
ing lines. The cost of operation for 1925-26, as compared with that for the pre- 
ceding year, decreased by $15,038.83, while the revenue increased by $382.14. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA MAINLAND 

The traiffic over the several lines continues to be of a satisfactory volume and 
is substantially in excess of that for the preceding year. The mileage of this 
division, which was l,732f last year, was increased by the building of various 
short new sections aggregating 36 miles. The principal additions were those 
to Barriere Forks and Kuskanook, 15-1 miles and 9 miles respectively. The 276 
telephone offices located in the various places on this division rendered a valu- 
able and constant means of inter-communication. Apart from this, there are 
1,005 subscribers connected by the different telephone exchanges. The cost of 
operation for 1925-26 as compared with that for the preceding year shows a 
decrease of $10,772.69. The revenue increased by $3,045.72. 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 

The various lines comprised in this district were operated throughout the 
year at a minimum cost of operation and delay to traffic. Forest fires were not 
as numerous as in former years, consequently our lines suffered only slightly 
from that cause. Winter storms were also less severe and occasioned little dam- 
age. Owing to age and long immersion, the cables connecting the islands and 
mainland are becoming very susceptible to breakage, and considerable trouble 
was had last year. Several cables parted and were replaced with new material, the 
traffic being diverted to other routes while repairs were made. Next season at 
least ten knots will have to be obtained and kept on hand for renewals and 
repairs. Considerable extensions and repairs were made on the Salt Spring 
Island lines, tributary to the Ganges Exchange, and the number of subscribers 
increased to 115 as compared with ninety-six previously. 

The cost of operation for 1925-26 shows an increase of $8,753.59 over that 
of the preceding year. The revenue was increased by $3,779.10. This was 
brought about by the very substantial increase of 11,160 in the number of mes- 
sages transmitted during the year. The number of telephone subscribers con- 
nected through the several exchanges has increased to 225. This is an increase 
of fifty-two over the number last year. 



GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH LINES, 1925-26 109 

YUKON SYSTEM AND BRANCHES 

The main line and branches of this system were operated during the past 
year with a minimum of delay to traffic, and were generally free from prolonged 
interruption caused by storms, forest fires and floods. In every such case of 
interruption prompt repairs were effected. The general repairs and other pre- 
cautions taken before the winter set in, such as strengthening weak parts in the 
various sections, contributed materially in passing the winter season without 
any serious interruptions. In that section of the line between Ashcroft and 
Quesnel (220 miles) 2,550 poles were reset, and on the Bella Coola Branch, 
between Williams Lake and Tatla Lake (170 miles), 1,500 poles were reset. 
On the Endako section, 22 miles of line was moved from the old trail to the new 
highway. The snowfall in the interior was light as compared with that of 
other winters, consequently no difficulty was experienced in making prompt 
repairs where the few interruptions occurred. Along the Yukon River the line 
was badly damaged by ice, which moved out in May, and by high water causing 
ice-jams. The city of Dawson was flooded and cut off from wireless and land 
line communication for a time. Communication was restored with a minimum 
of delay, and general repairs were made later. The gap, existing between 
Nadina River and the end of the wire from Houston, was closed by the build- 
ing of 16 miles of line, thus making a continuous line from Houston to Burns 
Lake, via Ootsa Lake and Fraogois Lake. Considerable revenue has accrued by 
the completion of this line, which is operated exclusively as a telephone line. 

That section of the main line between Hazelton and Telegraph Creek was 
closed to traffic on March 16, 1925, with a view to giving wireless stations, which 
had been installed, an opportunity to ascertain if they could give satisfactory 
ser\^ice to all Yukon and Northern British Columbia points. This would per- 
mit the abandonment of the entire northern part of the land line, thereby econo- 
mizing the maintenance cost. But, as they did not appear to be able to do 
this, and as so many complaints were made about the restricted service and 
increased cost to the public in rates, the land line was reopened on September 1. 
With this reopening, a rearrangement of the sections was effected, and six of 
the cabins were closed. This doubled the length of the sections to be maintained 
by the remaining linemen, saving $17,944.23 per annum in salaries, provisions, 
packing, etc. 

A saving of $26,832.34 in the "toaintenance of the system is shown for this 
year as compared with the previous fiscal year. The revenue shows a decrease 
of $5,078.87, which is due principally to the loss of traffic to and from the 
Yukon District when the land line was closed to traffic for five months last 
summer. The number of offices was increased by eight making a total of 281. 
In addition to this, there are 292 telephone subscribers connected through the 
different telephone exchanges. 

The following new lines were constructed: 

Beaver Lake to Big Lake in the Cariboo District, 8 miles, with two tele- 
phone stations. 

Endako to lower end of Frangois Lake in the Bulkley Valley District, 16 
miles, with four telephone offices. 

Vanderhoof to Stuart Lake (replacing old line. Fort Fraser to Stuart Lake), 
45 miles, with one new telephone ofiice. 

Quesnel to Prince George (not completed), 26 miles, from Quesnel north 
with two telephone oflaces, and 9^ miles from Prince George south, with three 
telephone offices. 



110 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

C.G.S. ''tYRIAN" 

The following covers the operation of the cableship "Tynan" during the 
fiscal year 1925-26, together with a list of repairs effected, and a statement of 
various kinds of cable on hand. 

1925 

April 1 At Halifax. 

7 Went to Pier 9 for coal. 

8 Sailed for Yarmouth on cable repair. 

9 Arrived at Yarmouth. 

10 Sailed from Yarmouth to repair Ellenwood cable. 

11 Repaired same. Sailed for Halifax. 

12 Arrived at Halifax. 

13 Sailed for Pictou to repair cable. 

14 Docked at Pictou. 

15 Attempted cable repair. Blowing gale, went back to Pictou. 

16 Sailed for Anticosti. Met ice. Sailed at half speed. 

17 Anchored at Fox River. Boats commenced work on cable. 

18 Sailed for Gasp6, but owing to gale could not lay cable at Fox River. Gasp6 ice 

bound. Went to S.W. Point, Anticosti. 

19 Anchored at SW. Point. Boats went to work on cable. Gale came up. Weighed 

anchor and went to sea. 

20 Gale moderated Boats commenced work on cable. Sailed for South Point 

and to Cook Cove. 

21 Arrived at Cook Cove. Sailed for Pictou. 

22 Arrived at Pictou Island. Tested cable and went to Pictou Harbour. 

23 Sailed for Pictou Island, cable repair. Finished cable, went to Pictou Harbour. 

24 Gale N.N.E. wind. Could not go out. 

25 Sailed for Cariboo cable, made repairs and sailed to Charlottetown for orders. 

26 Sailed for Quebec. 

28 Docked at Quebec. 

29 At Quebec taking stores and water. 

30 Sailed for Tadoussac. Gale east wind. Anchored at St. Patrick's hole. 

May 1 Sailed for Tadoussac. Stopped at Isle aux Coudres to repair cable. 

2 Finished repairs and sailed for Tadoussac. Dense fog. Anchored off White Island 

light-ship. 

3 Arrived at Tadoussac and began work on cable. 

4 Finished repairing cable, and sailed for Crane Island. 

5 At Crane Island, cable work. 

6 Finished repairs, sailed for Quebec. 

7 At Quebec. Sailed for Margaret Island on cable repair. Tested and moved near 

Crane Island end. Anchored. 

8 to 11 Working on Margaret Island and Crane Island cable. 

12 Sailed to Reaux Island to repair cable. Weather too rough to work and sailed to 

Quebec. 

13 At Quebec. Sailed for Reaux cable repairs. 

14 Working on Reaux cable. 

15 Finished Reaux cable and sailed for St. Francois. 

16 Working on St. Francois cable. Finished and sailed for L'Ange Gardien to repair 

cable. 

17 Sunday, docked at Quebec. 

18 Sailed for L'Ange Gardien to repair cable. 

19 to 21 Repairing L'Ange Gardien cable. 

22 At Quebec, coaling ship. 

23 Sailed for Isle aux Coudres to repair cable. 

24 Working on cable near Isle aux Coudres wharf. 

25 Finished and sailed for Magdalen Islands. 

26 En route to Magdalen Islands. 

27 Arrived at Magdalen Islands. Began on House Harbour cable. 

28 and 29. . .Working on House Harbour cable. 

30 Sailed for Grosso Isle and began work on cable. 

31 On Grosse Isle cable repair. 

June 1 Working on Grosse Isle cable repairs. 

2 Began picking up Meat Cove-Old Harry Head cable. 

3 to 6 Picking up cable. 

7 Sailed from Pleasant Bay for Entry Island. Laid new cable to Amherst. 

8 At Entry Island, on shore and land lines. Went to Grindstone for mail. 

9 Sailed for Bryon Island. Had to anchor in lee of Grosse Isle, too rough on Bryon 

side. 

11 to 13 Working on Pryon Island cable. 

14 Finished cable. Went to Grindstone. 

15 Sailed from Grindstone for Meat Cove. Arrived and began grappling for cable. 

16 Picking up Meat Cove cable. 

17 Gale NW. wind, could not work. Went to North Sydney. Took water and 

stores. 

18 Sailed to North Sydney for Meat Cove cable. Gale NW. wind, had to anchor at 

Aspy Bay for shelter. 
19 Working on Meat Cove, picking up. 



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June 20 Finished picking up at Meat Cove and sailed for Grindstone. 

21 Sunday, anchored off Grindstone. Fog and rain. 

22 Working on land line, Grindstone. 

23 Ordered to Halifax. 

24 Magdalen Islands to Halifax. 

25 At Halifax. 

25 to 30 Crew at various jobs about ship, painting, etc. 

July 1 At Halifax, Plant wharf. 

2 to 7 In dry dock. 

8 Coaling ship. 

9 Docked at Plant wharf after coaling. Sailed for Tancook Island cable. 

11 Finished Tancook cable and sailed for Scatarie cable. 

12 Arrived at Scatarie. Began work. 

13 Working on Scatarie cable. 

14 Finished. Went to North Sydney. 

15 North Sydney to Magdalen Islands. 

16 to 18 Working on land line. Grindstone. 

19 Sunday, anchored off Grindstone, Magdalen Islands. 

20 to 22 Crew ashore on land line. House Harbour. 

23 No work. Blowing gale. Unable to land. 

24 and 25. . .Sailed for Quebec from Magdalen Islands. 

26 Docked at Quebec. 

27 At Quebec pier. Sailed down river. 

28 and 29. . .Quebec to Ellis Bay, Anticosti. 
30 and 31 . . . At Ellis Bay and vicinity. 

Aug. 1 At Anticosti. General Superintendent on board on inspection. 

2 Sailed from Anticosti for Gasp6. After Gaspe inspection sailed for Magdalen 

Islands. 

3 At sea. 

4 Arrived at Grindstone. 

5 Went to Bryon Island. 

6 At Bryon Island. Sailed for North Sydney. 

7 and 8 Docked at North Sydney. 

9 Sailed for St. Peters, C.B. Made short call and sailed for Arichat, arrived and 

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10 At sea, Arichat to Halifax. Arrived, took in Big Shore End cable. 

11 Taking on bunker and stores. 

12 At sea, Halifax to Petite Pass. 

13 Repairing Petite Pass cable and sailed for Flagg's Cove. 

14 At Flagg's Cove. 

15 Sailed for Welchpool, arrived, called at Eastport and sailed for St. Andrews. 

16 Sailed for St. John, N.B. 

17 At St. John, N.B. 

18 At sea, St. John to Halifax, arrived Halifax. 

19 Taking on stores, sailed for South West Point, Anticosti. 

20 At sea, en route to Anticosti. 

21 Could not land at South West Point, too rough. Went to Ellis Bay. 

22 Sailed to Long Point, North Shore, arrived and sailed for Seven Islands, Quebec. 

23 On voyage. Seven Islands to Riviere du Loup and Quebec. 

24 Arrived at Quebec. Took on stores and water. 

25 Sailed from Quebec to South West Point, Anticosti. 

26 At sea. 

27 Arrived at South West Point, repaired cable and sailed for Grindstone. 

28 Arrived at Grindstone. Working at House Harbour land line. 

29 to 31 Working on land line, House Harbour. 

Sept. 1 Bad weather, boats could not land. 

2 Working at House Harbour cable. Finished and sailed for Meat Cove. 

3 Crew taking down wire. Meat Cove to Bay St. Lawrence, C.B. 

4 Finished. Sailed for Halifax. 

5 At sea. Meat Cove to Halifax. 

6 to 30 At Halifax. Crew at various jobs about ship, chipping rust, painting, etc. 

Oct. 1 to 6 At Halifax, Plant wharf. Crew at various jobs about ship. 

7 Taking on stores, fresh water and preparing for sea. 

8 Sailed to Pier 9 Richmond for coal. 

9 Coaled and sailed for Ingonish. 

10 Gale SE. wind and rain, put into North Sydney for shelter. 

11 At North Sydney, gale NW. wind. 

12 Sailed to Ingonish, C.B. Began repairing cable. 

13 Finished Ingonish cable, and sailed for Charlottetown. 

14 At sea, Ingonish to Charlottetown. Rough passage. 

15 At Charlottetown. Gale SW. wind and rain. 

16 Sailed for Cape Tormentine. Arrived and began work on cable. 

17 and 18. . .Working on Tormentine cable. 

19 Finished and sailed for Charlottetown. 

20 Sailed for Port Hood. Arrived, gale NW. wind. 

21 Working on Port Hood cable. 

22 Work on cable finished. 

23 Sailed to Hawkesbury for orders. Gale NW. wind and rain. 

24 Sailed for Halifax. 

25 Arrived at Halifax. 

26 At Plant wharf, Halifax. 



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Oct. 27 Sailed to Pier 9 and coaled ship. 

28 to 30 At Halifax. Crew at various jobs about ship. 

31 Taking on stores, preparing to sail for Cariboo cable. 

Nov. 1 At Halifax. 

2 Sailed for Pictou to repair Cariboo cable. 

3 At sea. Arrived at Pictou. 

4 Blowing too hard to work on Cariboo cable. 

5 Sailed for Cariboo cable and began work. 

6 Finished Cariboo cable and sailed to Charlotte town for orders. 

7 At Charlottetown. 

8 Gale SW. wind and rain. 

9 Crew at various jobs. 

10 Received orders. 

11 to 13 Sailed for Quebec. 

14 Arrived at Quebec. Sailed for Crane Island. Arrived and began grappling for 

cable. 

15 Gale west wind. No work. Put second anchor down. Moved to Grosse Isle, too 

rough to work. Went to Quebec to land General Superintendent. Later 
anchored off Grosse Isle. 

16 Working on Grosse Isle cable. Finished and went to Crane Island cable. Gale. 

17 Picking up cable. Too much wind, had to stop. 

18 Finished picking up cable and sailed for Green Island. 

19 Laying new cable at Isle Verte, Que. 

20 Finished laying cable. 

21 Sailed for Rimouski then for Bersimis to unload land line material. Sailed for 

Halifax. 
22 and 23... At sea. 

24 Arrived at Halifax. 

24 to 30 At Halifax. Crew at various jobs about ship. 

Dec. 1 to 14 At Halifax. Crew employed chipping and painting ship inside between decks. 

15 Fire broke out in saloon. Store-room, linen-locker and all staterooms aft, badly 

burned. 

16 to 31 At Halifax. Chipping ship inside and painting, cleaning away debris and assisting 

the carpenter in different ways. 
1926 

Jan. 1 to 31 At Plant wharf, Halifax. Carpenter and four sailors working at saloon, balance 

of crew cleaning out down aft chipping, painting and filling with cement. 

Feb. 1 to 28 Carpenter and four sailors working at saloon and staterooms. Balance of crew 

working below decks chipping rust and painting. 

Mar . 1 to 31 Carpenter and four sailors working at saloon and rooms. Balance of crew at various 

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During the winter months the ship's shaft tunnel was cleaned out. The work 
included chipping off rust, painting and placing cement where necessary. The 
same was done between decks. The quarters and the hull, outside to water-line, 
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146 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivkrs 

Nova Scotia — 

Amherst Point, wharf 

Amiro's Hill, wharf 

Anderson's Cove, pier, etc 

Annapolis Royal, wharf 

Antigonish Harbour Channel 

Arcadia (Yarmouth Co.) wharf 

Arichat, wharf 

Arisaig, wharf (new) 

Aspy Bay. iSee Dingwall. 

Avonport, wharf 

Baddeck, wharf 

Bailey's IBrook, channel piers 

Barrington Cove (Sydney Mines) 

wharf, etc 

Barrington Passage (Shelbume Co.) 

wharf 

Bass River, wharf 

Bayfield (Antigonish-Guysboro) 

breakwater 

Bayport, wharf 

Bay St. Lawrence, breakwater 

Bear Cove, breakwater 

Beaver Harbour, wharf 

Belliveau's Cove, breakwater 

Black Point (Cape Breton South, 

Richmond Co 

Black Point (Shelbume and Queen's 

Co.) wharf 

Blandford 

Blue Rocks 

Broad Cove Marsh, breakwater-wharf 
Burke's Head. See North Ingonish. 

Burlington Centre, wharf 

Canada Creek, breakwater 

Caribou Island, breakwater 

Carr's Brook, breakwater 

Cary's Passage (Richmond Co.) 

Chapel Cove, beach protection 

Chebogue Harbour, breakwater 

Chegoggin 

Chester Canal, bridge and wall, etc 

Chester, wharf 

Ch^ticamp. See Eastern Harbour. 

Cheticamp Point, wharf 

Cheverie, wharf 

Chimney Corner, wharf 

Chipman's Brook, wharf 

Church Point, wharf 

Comeau's Hill, breakwater-wharf 

Corkum's Island 

Cow Bay, breakwater 

Creignish , wharf 

Cris Cove (Annapolis Co.), breakwater 

Croft's Cove, wharf 

Dartmouth, pier 

Delap's Cove, breakwater-wharf 

D'Escousse, wharf 

Digby , pier 

DingTvail (Aspy Bay), breakwater 

Eagle Head Harbour, breakwater 

East Berlin, breakwater 

Eastern Harbour (Cheticamp) wharf 

Eastern Points (Lunenburg) 

East Green Harbour, wharf 

East River, lock 

East Ship Harbour, wharf 

2624(^10 



cts. 



cts. 



300 00 



15 00. 



35,366 17 



1,826 78 
1,524 40 



911 46 



223 30 
3,259 02 
3,095 58 



3,334 27 
703 82 



1,596 44 
5,768 23 



2,519 76 



149 47 
1,125 54 



399 98 
2,598 50 



358 27 



485 71 



346 94 



101 15 



999 49 
93 40 



5,593 06 



11,725 84 
920 14 



521 99 



798 35 



12,759 00 



cts 



450 00 
100 55 



800 22 



99 63 
47 45 



295 25 
1,199 68 

397 60 

799 16 
3,812 24 



518 02 
699 70 
400 01 

3,797 39 

3,097 64 



228 46 



1,198 47 
249 53 



127 18 



4,983 75 
3,199 78 



900 07 
600 06 



6,999 94 



595 50 



147 18 

199 95 

1,998 23 



1,395 25 
56 42 



9 22 



cts. 



cts. 



450 00 


100 55 


315 00 


800 22 


35,366 17 


99 63 


47 45 


1,826 78 


1,524 40 


295 25 


1,199 68 


1,309 06 


799 16 


3,812 24 


223 30 


3,259 02 


3,095 58 


518 02 


699 70 


400 01 


3,797 39 


3,097 64 


3,334 27 


703 82 


228 46 


1,596 44 


5,768 23 


1,198 47 


249 53 


2,519 76 


399 98 


2,598 50 


149 47 


1,252 72 


358 27 


4,983 75 


3,199 78 


485 71 


900 07 


600 06 


346 94 


101 15 


6,999 94 


999 49 


93 40 


595 50 


5,593 06 


147 18 


199 95 


1,998 23 


11,725 84 


920 14 


1,395 25 


56 42 


521 99 


798 35 


12,759 00 


9 22 



146 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours AND RivEKS 

Nnva Scotia — Continued 

Ecum Secum (Halifax Co.), wharf 

" (Antigonish-Guysboro), 
wharf extension 

Feltzen South, breakwater 

" wharf 

Finlay Point, breakwater-wharf 

Fishermen's Harbour, wharf 

Five Islands (Colchester Co.) wharf.. . 

Fourchu Harbour, protection works... . 
" wharf 

Freeport, breakwater 

Friar's Head, boat harbour 

Fruid's Point, wharf. In full and final 
settlement of Mr. A. V. Allen's claim 
re loss of horse 

Gabarous, beach protection works 

" breakwater 

Georgeville, fishermen's beach 

Graff Beach (Halifax Co.) 

Grand Etang, breakwater 

" piers 

Grand Mira South (Richmond West 
Co.) wharf 

Grand Narrows, wharf 

Granville Centre, wharf 

Great Village, wharf 

Gulliver's Cove, breakwater 

Half Island Cove, wharf 

Hall's Harbour, breakwater, etc 

Hantsport, wharf 

Harbour au Bouche, wharf 

Harbourville, breakwater 

Horton Landing, wharf 

Hunt's Point, landing wharf 

Indian Harbour, (Halifax Co.), wharf. 

Inverness, protection works, etc 

lora, wharf 

Irish Cove, wharf 

Isaac's Harbour, wharf 

Jersey Cove, wharf 

Joggins, breakwater, etc 

Johnson's Harbour, wharf 

Jones Harbour, wharf 

Judique (Baxter's) wharf 

" (McKay's Point) wharf 

Kelly's Cove, breakwater 

Kraut Point, wharf 

La Have Ferry, wharfs, etc 

L'Archevlque (Richmond Co.) chan- 
nel 

Larry's River, breakwater 

Litchfield, wharf 

Little Anse, breakwater 

Little Brook (Digby Co.) breakwater 

Little Harbour (Pictou Co.) wharf 

Little Judique Ponds (Inverness Co.), 
breakwater-wharf 

Little Narrows, North (Inverness Co.) 
wharf 

Little Narrows, South (Victoria Co.) 
warehouse 

Liverpool, channel , 

Livingstone's Cove, breakwater 

Louis Head, beach protection , 

I.,ower Burlington, wharf 

Lower Kingsburg, breakwater 

Lower li'Ardoise, breakwater 



$ cts. 



cts. 



294 93 

4,080 28 
3,003 22 



2,577 17 
4,528 74 
1,050 50 



9,712 73 
699 17 



1,925 20 



80 50 



28,071 44 



596 30 



500 00 
64 56 



50,031 47 



269 66 



107 00 



4,992 77 

12,893 75 

449 50 

1,732 23 



998 47 

999 99 



348 70 
2,230 37 
6,602 76 



794 85 



4,687 50 



6,000 65 



4,924 63 



463 46 



799 68 
2,579 29 
2,485 92 
2,876 05 



cts. 



174 59 



1,594 09 
358 35 



754 49 
199 98 



4,999 43 

299 94 
486 99 
265 50 



694 72 
1,891 14 

350 01 
2,494 67 
1,840 07 
1,998 87 



399 98 
499 17 



299 09 



19 00 

796 23 

811 74 

1,416 84 



498 61 

4,094 35 

175 08 

956 18 



523 21 



1,000 00 
"69 24 



$ cts. 



250 00 



cts. 



294 93 



4,080 28 


3,003 22 


174 59 


2,577 17 


4,528 74 


1,050 50 


1,594 09 


358 35 


9,712 73 


699 17 


250 00 


754 49 


199 98 


269 66 


1,925 20 


107 00 


4,999 43 


299 94 


486 99 


265 50 


4,992 77 


12,893 75 


449 50 


2,426 95 


1,891 14 


350 01 


2,494 67 


1,840 07 


2,079 37 


998 47 


29,071 43 


399 98 


499 17 


348 70 


2,230 37 


7,199 06 


299 09 


794 85 


19 00 


796 23 


811 74 


1,416 84 


5, 187 50 


64 56 


6,000 65 


498 61 


4,094 35 


175 08 


956 18 



4,924 63 
523 21 

463 46 

50,031 47 

1,000 00 

799 68 
2,579 29 
2,555 16 
2.876 05 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1926-i 



147 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours AND Rivers 

Nova Scotia — Continued 

Lower Prospect, wharf 

Lower Rose Bay (Lunenburg) 

Lower Sandy Point, breakwater 

Lower West Pubnico 

Lunenburg 

McNair's Cove 

Mabou Bridge, wharf 

Mahone Bay 

Main k Dieu, wharf 

Malagash, wharf 

Marble Mountain, wharf 

Margaree Harbour, beach protection, 
etc 

Margaree Island, wharf 

Margaretville, breakwater 

Meat Cove, breakwater 

Meteghan, breakwater 

Meteghan River, breakwater, etc 

Middle East Pubnico, wharf 

Mill Creek, wharf. 

Minasville, breakwater 

Minudie, wharf 

Mosher's Bay, skidway, etc 

Muises Point (Yarmouth Co.) wharf. . 

Necum Teuch, wharf, etc 

Neil's Harbour (Victoria Co.) break- 
water 

Newellton, wha^f 

New Harbour, breakwater 

New Harris, wharf 

Noel, wharf 

North Belleville, wharf 

North East Harbour, wharf 

North Ingonish (Burk's Head) break- 
water 

North Ingonish (McLeod's) break- 
water 

North River, wharf (warehouse) 

North Sydney, breakwater extension, 
etc 

North Sydney, protection works 

" Salter's wharf 

" Vooght's wharf 

" wharf, etc 

North West Arm (Jollimore), wharf. 

Nyanza, wharf 

Ogden's Pond, wharf 

Ogilvies, breakwater 

Osborne, breakwater , 

Parker's Cove, breakwater 

Park's Creek (Lunenburg-Queen's Co.), 
wharf 

Parrsboro, wharf (new) 

Pembroke, breakwater 

Petit de Grat 

Petite Riviere (Lunenburg-Queen's 
Co.), breakwater, etc 

Pickect's Cove (King's Co.), wharf. 

Pinkney's Point, breakwater 

Pleasant Bay (Inverness Co.), wharf 
" (Lowland Cove), slip- 
way 

Plymouth, wharf 

Point Tupper, wharf 

Poirierville, wharf 

Portapique, wharf 

Port Dufferin East, wharf 

20240-lOi 



cts. 



459 10 



t,396 78 

67,921 34 

1,355 22 



4,572 00 
'22! 413 76 



5,208 35 



657 74 

" 46i 60 

'4^8i6 50 



1,399 74 



6,282 58 

585 94 

1,595 06 



100 00 



197 70 



8,200 67 
622 00 



cts. 



887 74 



3,188 02 



4,476 46 
2^756 35 



1,140 87 



1,558 84 
1^965 44 



350 65 
726 85 



398 65 



15,253 75 



1,980 13 



6,981 90 
764 40 



3,469 93 

1,997 25 
38,998 45 



8,498 89 



1,198 18 



3,645 80 



cts. 



234 00 

i,995 70 
490 91 
995 14 



349 66 
726 58 
230 25 



449 64 
350 00 

502 19 
804 51 
898 95 



199 55 

149 77 

1,099 01 

99 95 



598 12 



227 00 



306 48 



649 96 
150 05 



393 38 



75 13 
396 63 



95 80 



233 29 

40 00 

2, 150 04 



1,766 84 



cts. 



cts. 



887 74 

459 10 

3,188 02 

1,396 78 

67,921 34 

1,355 22 

4,476 46 

4,572 00 

2,756 35 

22,413 76 

234 00 

7,204 05 
490 91 
995 14 

1 , 140 87 

349 66 
2,285 42 

230 25 

1,965 44 

657 74 

350 65 
1,187 85 

449 64 
5, 166 50 

502 19 
804 51 
898 95 
398 55 
199 55 
149 77 
1,099 01 

99 95 

15,253 75 
598 12 

3,379 87 
227 00 

6,282 58 
585 94 

8,576 96 
764 40 
306 48 
100 00 
649 96 
347 75 

3,469 93 

1,997 25 

38,998 45 

393 38 

8,200 67 

697 13 

396 63 

8,498 89 

95 80 

1,198 18 
233 29 
40 00 
2, 150 04 
3,645 80 
1,766 84 



148 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Habboubs and Rivers 

Nova Scotia — Continued 

Port George (Annapolis-Digby), break- 
water 

Port Greville, breakwater recon- 
struction, etc 

Port Hawkesbury, wharf 

Port Hood, wharf, etc 

Port Lome, wharf 

Port Maitland (Yarmouth Co.) break- 
water, etc 

Port Mouton 

Port Mulgrave 

Port Royal, wharf! 

Portuguese Cove, breakwater 

Pugwash, wharf 

River Bourgeois, wharf (new) 

St. Ann's Harbour 

St. Francis Harbour, breakwater.. . 

St. Joseph du Moine (Inverness Co.), 
wharf 

St. Mary's River 

Salmon River, channel protection... 

Saulniorville, breakwater, etc 

Seaforth, breakwater 

Seal Harbour, breakwater 

Shag Harbour 

Shaw's Beach (Richmond-West Co.), 
protection works 

Sheet Harbour (East River), wharf. . , 
" (West River), wharf. . 

Shelburne, wharf 

Short Beach, breakwater 

" channel protection piers. 

Skinner's Cove, wharf 

Sluice Point (Yarmouth Co.), wharf. . 

Smith's Cove (Port Hood Island), 
beach protection 

Soldier's Cove (Richmond West Co.), 
wharf 

Sonora, wharf 

South East Cove, breakwater 

South West Cove 

South Lake (Lake Vale), beach pro- 
tection 

South Lake (Lake Vale), training pier 

Spencer's Island, wharf 

Spry Bay, Leslie's, wharf reconstruc- 
tion 

Summerville, wharf 

Surrette Island, wharf 

Sydney, wharf 

Tangier Harbour, wharf 

Tenecape 

Terrance Bay, wharf 

Tittle Passage 

Tiverton, breakwater 

Toney River, channel piers 

Trout Cove, breakwater 

Troy Pond, crib work blocks 

Turner's Island, wharf 

Tusket (Yarmouth Co.), wharf 

Upper Port Latour, wharf 

Wallace Bridge, wharf 

Wallace, wharf, etc 

Walton, breakwater 

Wentworth 

West Advocate, breakwater 

West Baccaro 



cts, 



1,598 68 



4,069 02 



5,218 52 
32,151 44 



36,920 70 



802 37 



3,498 50 



592 00 



976 50 

497 92 



4,994 16 

'4;4.39'79 

"437 86 



cts 



11,225 72 



4,037 54 



11,723 00 



3,993 30 



1,737 40 



6.262 96 



1,297 36 



19,705 44 
"7;43r98 



147 54 



46 86 
3,799 79 



2,480 13 
986 08 

1,971 85 
224 95 



300 00 
5,. 579 66 



9,996 65 



cts. 



2,010 02 



3,975 08 
428 11 
231 38 

168 59 



169 36 
'2;479'95 



200 24 



4,776 29 
939 91 
748 26 



800 00 
550 9;) 



1,455 72 
813 86 



85 27 
98 79 



97 00 



1,999 97 
741 01 



38 04 



100 04 

3^83994 



798 36 



173 69 
199 62 
886 91 
164 89 
548 21 
1,196 43 



445 82 



cts- 



cts. 



2,010 02 



12,824 40 


3,975 08 


4,497 13 


231 38 


4,206 13 


5,218 52 


32,151 44 


169 36 


11,723 00 


2,479 95 


3,993 30 


36,920 70 


1,737 40 


200 24 


802 37 


4,776 29 


7,202 87 


748 26 


1,297 36 


3,498 50 


800 00 


5£0 95 


19,705 44 


1,455 72 


813 86 


7,431 98 


85 27 


98 79 


97 00 


147 54 


1,999 97 


741 01 


592 00 


46 86 


3,799 79 


38 04 


2,480 13 


986 08 


1,971 85 


224 95 


100 04 


976 hO 


3,839 94 


497 92 


300 00 


5,579 66 


798 36 


9,996 65 


173 69 


199 62 


886 91 


164 89 


5,542 37 


1,196 43 


4,439 79 


445 82 


437 86 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925-i 



149 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivers 

Nona Scotia — Concluded 

West Bay, wharf 

West Chezzetcook, breakwater 

West Dover, whari 

West Dublin 

Western Head, breakwater (Queen's 

Co 

Western Shore, wharf 

West Head, breakwater (Cape Sable 

Island) 

West La Have Ferry, wharf 

Westport, wharf 

Whitewaters, wharf 

Whycocomagh, wharf 

Windsor, wharf extension, etc 

Wolfville, new wharf 

" old wharf 

Yarmouth Bar, beach protection... 

Yarmouth Harbour 

Young's Cove, breakwater 

Generally 



cts 



cts, 



ciis 



149 70 
700 00 
525 25 



cts 



480 00 



8,348 12 



1,644 89 



52 28 
2,980 25 



4,296 89 
2,738 53 



559 74 

2,692 91 

360 09 



24,141 OS 
7,130 25 



191 22 
291 12 



29,804 96 



82 95 



3,258 64 



cts. 



149 70 
700 00 
525 25 
480 00 

8,348 12 
52 28 

2,980 25 

1,644 89 

559 74 

2,692 91 

4,656 98 

26,879 61 

7, 130 25 

191 22 

291 12 

29,804 96 

82 95 

3,258 64 



Totals, Nova Scotxa. 



400,825 42 



359,263 40 



125,770 84 



3,508 64 



889,368 30 



Prince Edward Island — 

Alberton, wharf 

Bay View (Queen's Co.) wharf 

Blooming Point (Queen's Co.), wharf 

Brae Harbour, breakwater 

Brudenell, wharf 

Charlottetown, Connolly's wharf 

China Point, wharf addition 

P'rench River, wharf 

Georgetown, Can. Nat. Ry. wharf, 

(shed) 

Haggerty's, wharf 

Higgins's Shore, wharf 

Kier's Shore, wharf 

Lennox Island, wharf 

Miminegash Harbour, protection works 

New London, eastern breakwater 

Nine Mile Creek, wharf 

North Cardigan, wharf 

Pinette, wharf. . . . 

Point Pleasant 

Port Hill, wharf 

Pownal Bay, wharf 

Red Point, wharf 

Rustico Harbour, beach protection... . 

Rustico South, wharf 

St. Peter's Bay, breakwater and beach 

protef tion 

Savage Harbour 

Skinner's Pond (Capstan) 

Souris, breakwater 

Southport, wharf 

Sturgeon, wharf 

Summerside, breakwater 

" harbour 

" railway wharf 

Tignish Harbour, south breakwater. . . 

Victoria Harbour 

West Point, wharf 

Generally 



1,871 49 



700 15 

249 00 

2,984 43 

332 54 



10,460 81 



9,866 00 



1,479 64 



6,265 41 



22 50 

1,174 76 

85 00 

1,594 73 

1,507 71 

291 30 

134 50 



3,386 42 



1,750 14 
471 42 
190 55 



2,969 97 



64 49 

2,639 .35 

244 61 



3,096 48 



694 53 



4,304 89 



1,484 95 
"232 03 



5,953 53 
'23; 926 46 



7, 124 61 

58 38 

515 01 

1,461 65 



5,430 72 
4,339 18 



78 35 



1,066 35 



1,871 49 
700 15 
249 00 

2,984 43 

332 54 

10,460 81 

1,479 64 

9,888 50 

1,174 76 

85 00 

1,594 73 

1,507 71 

291 30 
6,. 399 91 
3,386 42 
1,750 14 

471 42 

190 55 

2,969 97 

64 49 

2,639 35 

244 61 
3,096 48 

694 u3 

1,484 95 

4,304 89 

232 03 

7,124 61 

58 38 

515 01 

1,461 65 

5,953 o3 

5,430 72 

4,339 18 

23,926 46 

78 35 

1,066 35 



Totals, Prince Edward Island. 



65,618 56 



9,679 52 



34, 139 61 



1,066 35 



110,504 04 



150 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during th0 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 

and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivers 

New Brunswick — 

Back Bay (Charlotte Co.) wharf.. . 

Barker's, high water wharf, etc. . . 

Bathurst, wharf 

Bay du Vin, wharf 

Beaver Harbour (Charlotte Co.) wharf 

Belliveau (Westmoreland Co.) wharf 

Belyea's Cove. See Webster's Cove. 

Black's Harbour, wharf approach. 

Brown's Flat (Royal Co.), wharf. 

Buctouche 

Burn's (Belle Isle Bay) (Royal Co.), 
wharf 

Burnt Church, wharf 

Burton Court House, wharf 

Burton, wharf 

Cambridge (Royal Co.), wharf 

Campbellton, deep water wharf 

" ferry wharf 

Cape Bald, breakwater, etc 

Cape Tormentine 

Caraquet, wharf 

Caraquet, Young's wharf 

Chase's Pomt. See Gunter's. 

Chatham, wharf, etc 

Chipman (Queen's Co.), wharf , 

Chocolate Cove, wharf , 

Cocagne (Kent Co.), wharf , 

Cocagne Cape (Kent Co.), wharf 

Cole's Point, wharf , 

Dalhousie, deep water wharf , 

" ferry wharf 

Dipper Harbour, breakwater , 

Dorchester, wharf 

Douglas Harbour, wharf 

Douglastown, wharf 

Earle's Landing, wharf 

Escuminac, breakwater 

Evandale, wharf 

Fairhaven, wharf 

Fox (Queen's Co.), wharf 

Gautreau Village, wharf 

Gerow's (Queen's Co.), wharf 

Grandigue, wharf. . 

Grand Harbour, Grand Manan, (Char- 
lotte Co.) , wharf 

Grand Harbour (Ingall's Head), break- 
water 

Green Point (Gloucester Co.), pier 

Gunter's (Chase's Point), wharf 

Hampscead (Queen's Co.), wharf 

Humphrey's, wharf 

Inkerman (Gloucester Co.), wharf 

Lameque, wharf 

IvOggieville, wharf 

Long Point (Royal Co.), wharf 

Lower Caraquet, wharf 

" Newcastle, wharf 

McAllister's, wharf 

McAlpine's, wharf 

McDonald's Point (Queen's Co.), wharf 

McGowan's wharf 

Maugerville, wharf 

Mill's Point, wharf 

Miramichi Bay (McLean's Gully) 

Miramichi River, north west branch. . 
. Miscou Harbour, wharf 

Neguac, wharf 



cts. 



cts. 



970 13 



1,332 81 



19,627 92 



3,427 32 



804 14 



2,046 54 

64 68 

4,426 33 



1,301 37 



62,735 26 



282 52 



394 62 



517 57 



72 55 



857 54 
3,488 94 



1,432 04 



5,942 23 
50 50 



1,744 00 



cts. 



71 43 
874 55 
270 15 
347 49 
2,605 69 
300 15 



47 13 



2,551 58 

936 70 

21 00 

749 09 

1,795 66 
125 86 

4,877 81 



769 73 



400 55 



20 57 

738 72 

400 25 

2,228 91 

1,244 55 

20 00 

4,253 43 



310 32 

114 60 

7 50 



373 68 
193 10 
312 84 
311 76 



619 24 

74 70 

542 68 



520 63 

145 98 

773 56 

75 87 

467 47 

1,047 78 

10 96 

121 49 

1,236 65 

64 10 

1,153 69 



22 25 
97 72 



cts. 



35 00 



00 



cts. 



71 43 


1,844 68 


270 15 


347 49 


2,605 69 


300 15 


1,332 81 


47 13 


19,627 92 


3,427 32 


2,551 58 


936 70 


21 00 


749 09 


2,599 80 


125 86 


6,924 35 


64 58 


5,196 06 


1,301 37 


63,170 80 


282 52 


20 57 


738 72 


400 25 


2,228 91 


1,244 55 


20 00 


4,253 43 


394 62 


310 32 


114 60 


7 50 


517 57 


373 68 


193 10 


312 84 


311 76 


8 00 


619 24 


74 70 


642 68 


72 55 


520 63 


145 98 


773 56 


75 87 


467 47 


1,047 78 


10 96 


121 49 


1,236 65 


64 10 


1,153 69 


i,432 04 


857 64 


3,488 94 


1,744 00 


5,942 23 


50 50 


22 25 


97 72 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925-i 



.1«l 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Habbours and Rivers 

New Brunsvnck — Concluded 

Newcastle, wharf, etc 

" (Lower). See Lower 

Newcastle. 

North Head, breakwater-wharf 

Oak Point, wharf 

Oromocto (York-Sunbury Co.), wharf, 

etc 

Palmer's (Royal Co.), wharf 

Petit Rocher, breakwater 

Pointe du ChSne, breakwater 

Port Elgin (Gaspereau River) 

Port Elgin (Gaspereau River), retain- 
ing wall 

Port Elgin, wharf accommodation. . . . 

Queenstown (Royal Co.) 

Rexton (Kent Co.), wharf 

Richardson (Charlotte Co.), wharf... . 
Richibucto Beach, north breakwater.. 

Richibucto Cape, breakwater 

River Kennebecasis: — 

Bayswater, ferry landing 

Millidgeville, ferry landing 

Summerville, ferry landing 

River St. John, snagging 

River St. Louis (Lower) 

Robichaud's "Savoy's" Landing, 

wharf, etc 

Rothesay, wharf 

St. Andrews, wharf 

St. George, wharf 

St. John, Harbour improvements: — 

Courtenay Bay 

Dry Dock, subsidy 

Negro Point, breakwater 

Partridge Island, wharf, etc 

St. John West, piers, sheds, etc 

St. Martin's, breakwater 

St. Nicholas River (South Branch), 

wharf, etc 

St. Stephen, wharf 

Scotchtown, wharf 

Scovil's wharf (Queen's Co.) 

Seal Cove, breakwater, etc 

Shediac, wharf 

Shippigan Gully, breakwater 

Shippigan, Savoy's Landing 

" wharf 

Stonehaven, breakwater 

Taylortown (Sunbury) 

Tracadie, wharf 

Trynor's Cove, wharf. 

Tynemouth Creek, breakwater 

Upper Gagetown, wharf, etc 

Upper Jemseg, wharf 

Waweig (Charlotte Co.) block 

Webster's Cove (Belyea's Cove), wharf 

Welchpool, wharf 

Wliite Head, wharf 

White's Cove, wharf (Shed) 

Williams (Royal Co.), wharf 

Wilson's Beach, breakwater-wharf 

Woodward's Cove, breakwater 

Young's Cove (Queen's Co.), wharf 

Generally 



cts. 



457 36 



cts. 



4,231 37 



23,986 89 



1,403 54 



685 08 
1,269 10 



494 25 
954 45 



11,538 45 
18,695 57 



Totals, New Brunswick. 



535 35 



1,253 76 



953 36 



1,754 42 



280 54 



1,292 86 



164,614 89 



397,216 62 



124,168 79 



3,006 40 
264 23 



112 27 



3,743 82 



645,202 48 



cts. 



440 23 



302 93 
233 55 



cts. 



80 00 
66 00 



982 40 
1,147 74 
3,131 13 



907 21 

71 16 

488 33 

744 86 

229 84 

82 11 

242 36 



142 76 

899 20 

13 80 

1,754 24 



1,046 31 

36,701 38 

174 16 

126 52 

90 76 

504 96 

223 28 

32 50 

1,118 88 

4,449 64 



39 76 
1,886 58 



13 00 
601 45 
221 44 

62 68 



346 82 

225 11 

54 20 



993 64 
188 91 



96,166 38 



247,500 00 
1,020 00 



11 00 



4,461 97 



253,171 97 



cts. 



897 59 



302 93 
313 55 

4,297 37 

982 40 

1,147 74 

3,131 13 

23,986 89 

685 08 
1,269 10 
1,403 54 

907 21 
71 16 

488 33 

744 86 

229 84 
82 11 
242 36 
494 25 
964 46 

142 76 

899 20 

13 80 

1,754 24 

397,216 62 

247,500 00 

1,020 00 

12,584 76 

179,566 74 

174 16 

661 87 

101 75 

504 96 

223 28 

1,286 26 

1,118 88 

4,449 64 

953 36 

39 76 

1,886 68 

1,754 42 

13 00 

601 45 

221 44 

343 22 

3,006 40 

264 23 

346 82 

225 11 

54 20 

112 27 

1,292 85 

993 64 

188 91 

3,743 82 

4,461 97 



1,068,164 72 



152 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts exi>ended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 

and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivxrs 

Quebec — 

Amherst Harbour (Magdalen Islands), 
beach protection 

Amos, wharf 

Anse k Beaufils, jetties 

Anse a Fougfere (Gasp6) 

Anse a Gilles, wharf 

Anse h la Barbe (Gascons West), break- 
water 

Anse k I'llot. See Chandler, 

Anse k Louise 

Anse k L'Ours (Gascons) wharf 

Anse aux Gascons, wharf , 

Anse aux Griffons 

Anse a Valleau (Gasp6), training jetty 

Anse St. Jean, wharf 

Anse Tadoussac. See Tadoussac. 

Ayer's Cliff, wharf 

Aylmer, wharf 

Bagotville (St. Alphonse), wharf., . 

Bale St. Paul, bank protection 

" wharf 

Barachois de Malbaie, breakwater., 

Barraute. <See Rividre Laflamme. 

Batiscan Jetty, channel protection.., 

Beauport, wharf 

Bellerive (Hurteau wharf) 

Beloeil, booms 

Beloeil Station, wharf, piers, etc. . 

Beloeil Village, wharf 

Bersimis 

Berthier en bas, wharf 

Berthierville, wharf, etc 

Bic (Pointe k Cot6), removal of old 
wharf 

Bic, wharf, etc 

Boischatel, wharf 

Boisvenu & Plouffe's Landings (Riv. 
du Lifevre) 

Bonaventure, harbour improvements,. 
" protection works 

Brown's Island, wharf 

Bryant's Landing, wharf 

Cabano, wharf 

Cacouna East, wharf, etc 

Cacouna, wharf 

Cap k r Aigle, wharf 

Cap aux Os (Gasp6) 

Cap Chat Lighthouse, beach protection 
wharf 

Cape Cove (Anse du Cap), wharf, etc. . 

Cap k la Baleine , . 

Cap de la Madeleine, wharf, etc 

Cap des Rosiers 

Cap des Rosiers (Anse des Whalen), 
pier 

Cap St. Ignace, wharf 

Carleton, protection works 

Carleton 

Caughnawaga, Meloche wharf 

" wharf, etc 

Champlain, wharf 

Chandler (formerly Anse k I'llot), 
wharf extension 

Charlemagne 

Chateau Richer, wharf, etc 

Chicoutimi Basin, wharf 

Chicoutimi Harbour 



cts. 



162 75 
150 06 



cts. 



499 00 
4,563 69 
3,625 43 



884 24 



197 94 



159 20 



1,090 54 



623 74 



14,270 96 
23,225 50 



4,992 03 



4,291 92 



22,974 76 
46,592 70 



1,533 12 
6, 648 63 



1,693 95 

799 98 
5,484 58 



652 94 
12,989 25 



3,297 04 



75 00 



900 91 



100 00 
500 00 



770 45 



4,191 77 
523 74 



1,097 04 
"2^024 86 



1,297 01 
6,389 12 



15,918 61 
350 30 



3,341 79 



cts 



1,284 70 



421 70 



1,567 84 

897 78 

188 88 

6,003 17 



6,432 48 
794 38 



874 74 
214 82 



49 08 
239 81 



992 25 
9 00 



10 00 



704 60 



339 99 

130 26 

75 00 

1,815 00 

200 27 



100 03 
"7560 



3,147 79 
300 24 



334 45 



43,957 66 



1,417 15 
1,601 85 



cts. 



36 05 



171 19 



5 00 



27 50 



cts. 



499 00 


4,563 69 


3,788 18 


150 06 


1,284 70 


884 24 


197 94 


421 70 


159 20 


1,090 54 


623 74 


1,567 84 


897 78 


188 88 


20,274 13 


23,225 50 


6,432 48 


794 38 


5,028 08 


874 74 


214 82 


171 19 


4,341 00 


239 81 


22,974 76 


992 25 


48,295 65 


799 98 


7,017 70 


10 00 


652 94 


18,637 88 


704 60 


3,297 04 


339 99 


130 26 


80 00 


1,815 00 


200 27 


75 00 


100 03 


900 91 


175 00 


500 00 


4, 191 77 


770 45 


523 74 


3,147 79 


300 24 


1,097 04 


1,297 01 


8,748 43 


27 50 


3,341 79 


15,918 61 


1,767 45 


1,601 85 


43,957 66 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925- 



153 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbouks and RrvxRS 

Quebec — Continued 

Chicoutimi, wharf 

Choisy (Graham's wharf) 

Como 

Contrecoeur, wharf, etc 

Coteau Landing, wharf approach 

Cross Point, wharf extension, etc 

Descents des Femmes, wharf 

Deschaillons (St. John), wharf, etc 

Desjardins, wharf reconstruction 

Doucet's Landing 

East Templeton, wharf 

Echourie (Gasp6) 

Etang des Caps (Gasp6) 

Fassett, wharf, etc 

Father Point, wharf, etc 

Fauvel, breakwater-wharf 

Fort Couionge, wharf 

Fox River. <See Riviere aux Renards. 

Gasp6 Basin (Sandy Beach), wharf 

Gatineau Point, wharf reconstruction. . 

Gatineau River, bank protection 

Georgeville, wharf 

Graham's wharf. See Choisy. 

Grand Chlorydorme 

Grande Anse (Gasp6) 

Grande Baie, See St. Alexis. 

Grande Entree, Magdalen Islds., wharf 

extension, etc 

Grande Gr4ve (Gasp6 Co.) 

Grand M6chin (Dalibaire), wharf 

Grandes Piles, freightshed 

Grande Rivifere (Gaspe Co.), wharf, 

Grande Valine (Gasp6 Co!).. . . . . . . . . . 

Grindstone, Magdalen Islds., wharf.... 

Grondines, new wharf 

Grosse Isle, Magdalen Islds 

Grosse Isle, Quarantine Station, wharf, 
etc 

Hamilton Cove, wharf, etc 

Harricana River, Kewagami Portage.. 
" Malartie Lake- 

Molybdenite Reduction Co.'s Dock. 

Harricana River, Malartie River, out- 
let 

Havre Aubert (Pt. Shea) Magdalen 
Islds., wharf 

Havre St. Pierre. See Pointe aux 
Esquimaux. 

High Falls (Riv. du Lifevre), wharf.... 

Honfleur, wharf 

Hopetown, Allen's beach, descent to 
beach 

Hopetown, descent to beach 

" Miller-Mann's Bank road, 
descent to beach 

Hospital Bay-Lapeyrfere (Magdalen 
Islds.), protection works 

House Harbour (Havre aux Maisons), 
Magdalen Islds., wharf and ware- 
house 

Hudson, wharf 

Hull, wharf 

Iberville, pile work protection, etc... 

He aux Coudres, wharf 

He Perrot, north wharf 

" south wharf 



cts. 



7,750 34 
9,248 24 



5,875 16 



16,134 20 
'25,061 56 



303 92 
365 59 



275 55 



100 00 
99 85 



1,642 83 
250 00 



63 00 
540 15 



2,041 61 

3,654 70 

160 00 

10,831 18 

547 03 

4,864 36 



cts. 



1,259 20 
1,038 52 
3,183 77 



11,009 75 



17,432 94 



2,277 17 
2,699 39 



4,785 93 



43 50 
1,342 55 



329 40 
36,350 41 



91 50 



603 94 



677 00 



700 00 



1,531 92 



cts, 



1,098 21 
200 28 



1,225 27 
404 90 



390 50 



5,478 44 

27 00 

1,000 03 

259 50 

3,790 11 



456 80 



698 62 



6,116 47 



1,550 32 
300 95 



1,757 45 



1,299 77 
2,811 60 

198 18 



149 80 



1,352 03 

115 93 

1,689 75 



777 23 

438 57 

1,346 14 



cts. 
212 26 

iii'eo 



10 00 



20 00 
803 21 



36 00 



cts. 



1,310 47 

200 28 

7,750 34 

10,622 04 

1,038 52 

9,058 93 

1,225 27 

16,549 10 

11,009 75 

25,061 56 

390 50 

303 92 

365 59 

5,498 44 

18,538 70 

1.000 03 

259 50 

3,790 11 

2,277 17 

2,699 39 

456 80 

100 00 

99 85 



6,428 76 

250 00 

698 62 

43 50 

1,405 55 

540 15 

6,445 87 

36,350 41 

2,041 51 

5,205 02 

460 95 

10,922 68 

547 03 

4,864 36 

1,757 45 

1,299 77 
2,811 50 

198 18 
603 94 

149 80 

677 00 



2,052 03 
115 93 

1,689 75 

1,567 92 
777 23 
438 57 

1,346 14 



154 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department, of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivers 

Quebec — -Continued 
Isle Verte. Notre Dame des Sept Dou- 

leurs, wharf, etc 

Isle Verte, Riviere du Petit Sault 

" Riviere Girard, breast work 

" Ruisseau Blanc 

" Ruisseau Gagnon 

" Ruisseau Rouge 

" (Village), wharf 

Jersey Cove 

Kamouraska, wharf, (downstream)... 

" " (upstream) 

Lachine, C.N.R., wharf, etc 

Lac M6gantic. iSee M6gantic. 

Lanoraie, wharf, etc 

La Tuque, wharf 

Lauzon "Champlain" dry dock 

" "Lome" dry dock 

Lavaltrie, wharf, etc 

Les Eboulements, wharf 

L6vis, deep water wharf (Carrier- 

Lain6 property), etc 

Longue Pointe. jSee Ste. F61icit6. 
Lotbini^re, wharf reconstruction, etc . 

Magdalen Islands 

Magog, wharf 

Mai Bay (Gasp6 Co.), wharf 

Maria (Glenbumie Riv.), breakwater 

" wharf 

" Capes, bank protection 

Masson, wharf 

Matane, harbour improvements, etc... 
" re claim of Messrs. J. R. and 

J. E. Boulanger 

Mfechins, (Les Islets) 

Megantic, wharf 

Miguasha, wharf extension, etc 

Mille Vaches, wharf 

Montebello, wharf 

Montmagny, inner wharf 

" outer wharf 

Montreal, floating dock (subsidy) 

New Carlisle, west breakwater 

Nicolet, jetty and dredging 

" (lower) wharf (shed) 

" (upper) wharf 

North Timiskaming, wharf 

Norway Bay (Ottawa River), wharf.. 

Notre Dame de la Salette, wharf 

Notre Dame de Pierreville, wharf, etc. 

Notre Dame du Lac, wharif 

Noyan (LacoUe), wharf (shed) 

Old Harry, Magdalen Islands 

Papineauville, wharf 

Paspebiac, wharf 

Paspebiac East, Portage, wharf 

Pentecost River 

Peribonka, wharf 

Perkins Landing, wharf 

Petite Anse (Gasp6 Co.) 

Petit Cap (Gasp6 Co.) 

Petit Chlorydorme 

Petite Madeleine 

Petite Riviere Est (Gasp6 Co.), 

descent to beach, etc 

Petite Valine (Gasp6 Co.) 



cts. 



150 00 
100 00 



cts. 



200 00 
200 00 
198 00 



799 98 



575 05 



18,960 90 



18,000 18 

793 09 
1,263 64 
7,681 97 



1,379 48 



2,790 00 

64 48 
10,351 92 



501 00 
11,767 82 



120 82 
1,214 94 



14,993 55 



508 20 



►134,630 04 
4,660 20 



365 68 



8,592 74 



21,114 17 



6,782 21 



343 84 
1,612 24 



771 80 



4,996 47 

477 45 



4,258 01 



2,901 98 



99 99 
563 29 
150 00 

50 98 

99 75 
635 71 



cts. 



77 68 
269 40 



cts. 



640 00 



1,828 34 
2,160 00 



233 16 



14 00 



109 84 
3,789 53 



56,694 90 

27,872 15 

52 09 



5,776 43 



753 25 

1,492 38 

105 24 

58 50 



98 60 



518 50 



179 88 
1,089 44 

778 28 
3,356 36 



250 17 
412 64 
333 79 
1,900 79 
216 70 
995 37 
458 07 



105,000 00 



15 00 



77 00 



100 00 



558 35 



150 00 



' This includeb $58,245.18 contributed by the Hammermill Paper Co. 



cts. 



227 68 

100 00 

269 40 

200 00 

200 00 

198 00 

1,439 98 

575 05 

1,828 34 

2,160 00 

36,961 08 

1,040 25 
1,263 64 
64,376 87 
27,872 15 
1,541 41 
3,789 53 

9,067 43 

11,832 30 

10,351 92 

753 25 

1,492 38 

105 24 

179 32 

1,214 94 

98 60 
149,623 59 

4,660 20 
508 20 
518 50 

8,958 42 
179 88 

1,089 44 
778 28 

3,356 36 

105,000 00 

250 17 

21,526 81 

333 79 

1.900 79 
216 70 
995 37 
458 07 

7,141 05 

1,612 24 

77 00 

771 80 

4,996 47 
477 45 
100 00 

4,258 01 

2.901 98 
558 35 

99 99 
563 29 
150 00 

50 98 

249 75 
635 71 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925- 



155 



Amounts exj>ended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Bepairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivers 

Quebec — Continued 

Pierreville, wharf 

Points k Elie (Magdalen Islds.), wharf 

Pointe k Pizeau (Sillery), wharf 

Pointe a la Loupe (St. Eloi) 

Pointe au Pic (Murray Bay), wharf... 

Pointe aux Esquimaux (Havre St 
Pierre), wharf 

Pointe aux Loups (Magdalen Islds.), 
landing, etc 

Pointe aux Trembles. {See Neuville). 

Pointe Basse (Magdalen Islds.), wharf 

Pointe Bourque (Bonaventure Co.), 
descent to beach 

Pointe Jaune (Gasp6 Co.) 

Pointe Madeleine, wharf 

Pointe Pich6 (Timiskaming), wharf... 

Port Alfred 

Port au Persil, wharf, etc 

Port aux Quilles (Charlevoix Co.) 

Port au Saumon, wharf 

Port Daniel, wharf 

Port Lewis 

Quebec Harbour (River St. Charles).. 

Repentigny, wharf, etc 

Rigaud, wharf 

Rimouski, wharf, etc 

Rivifere aux Renards (Fox River), 
wharf 

Riviere aux Vases (Saguenay), wharf. . 

Riviere Batiscan 

Rivifere Beaudette (Soulanges) 

Riviere Blanche. <See St. Ulric. 

Riviere Caplan, breakwater 

Rividre des Trois Saumons 

Riviere des Vases (Temiscouata), 
wharf 

Rivifere du Lifevre, lock and dam 

" floating wharves. . . 

Rivifere du Loup (en bas), wharf, etc. . 

Riviere du Loup (en bas), re claim of 
Fraser Estate 

Riviere du Loup (en haut), Louiseville, 
wharf, etc 

Rivifere Gatineau. See Gatineau River 

Riviere Kinojevis (Pontiac) 

" Laflamme (Barraute) (Pont- 
iac) 

Rivifere Nouvelle, breakwater 

Riviere Quelle, stone wall protection 
" wharf 

Riviere Pentec6te. See Pentecost 
River. 

Rivifere St. Frangois 

Riviere Saguenay 

Rivifere Verte, wharf 

Rivifere Vilmontel (Pontiac) 

Roberval, breakwater 

wharf 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos, wharf 

St. Alexis de Grande Bale, wharf.... 

St. Alphonse de Bagotville. See 
Bagotville. 

St. Andr6 de Kamouraska, wharf.... 

St. Andrews (Argenteuil), wharf 

Ste. Anne de Beaupr6, wharf recon- 
struction, etc 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue, wharf 



cts 



cts. 



1,433 33 



100 00 



328 10 



349 08 



600 02 



50 62 



11,790 76 
' 601 75 



352 40 
593 00 



12,186 30 
99 33 



94 48 

7,' 940 81 

'275'55 



26,847 56 
19,850 15 



718 00 



1,409 19 



167 03 



6,372 22 

1,000 00 

450 00 



787 70 
700 00 



12,715 31 
1,483 91 



300 00 



3,072 18 



8.331 85 



12,465 14 



1,160 76 



cts. 



916 61 



14,986 05 
3,711 85 



498 54 



1,299 78 



7,565 53 



298 50 

256 70 

6,541 76 

206 89 
899 68 



500 20 



75 00 



44 79 
4,894 75 



404 13 



5,430 92 



1,494 25 
1,642 73 
1,234 08 
1,579 40 



10,448 54 
100 00 



cts. 



15 00 



900 00 



150 00 
54 89 



1,046 60 



3,274 27 
126 16 



23 54 



cts. 



15 00 

1,433 33 

916 61 

100 00 

14,986 05 

3,711 85 

677 18 

498 54 

600 02 
50 62 

900 00 

352 40 

11,790 76 

1,892 78 

601 75 
12,186 30 

7,664 86 
94 48 

150 00 
8,294 20 

256 70 
7,863 91 

206 89 

899 68 

26,847 56 

19,850 15 

500 20 
718 00 

75 00 

3,274 27 

170 95 

6,303 94 

167 03 

6,776 35 

1,000 00 

450 00 

787 70 

700 00 

5,430 92 



12.715 31 
1.483 91 
3,072 18 
300 00 
1,494 25 
9,974 58 
1,234 08 
1,579 40 



10,448 54 
100 00 

13,625 90 
23 54 



156 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Hahbours and RrvEBS 

Quebec — Continued 

Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi, wharf 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatifere, wharf 

Ste. Anne des Monts, wharf 

Ste. Anne de Sorel, wharf 

St. Antoine de Tilly, wharf, etc 

St. Antoine (Pt. Dansereau), wharf. . . 
St. Barth616mi (Grand Nord), wharf 
St. Charies de Caplan, descent to beach 
" (Cot6 Robi- 

chaud), wharf 

St. Charles de Caplan (Poirier's Beach) 

descent to beach 

St. Charies de Caplan, (Ruisseau 

Warth), descent to beach 

St. Charies de Richelieu, wharf, etc. . 
Ste .Croix (Lotbinifere Co.), wharf. . . . 
St. Denis (St. Hyacinthe-Rouville), 

wharf 

St. Dominique du Lap (Temiscouata 

Co.), wharf 

St. Eloi. See Pointe k la Loupe. 
Ste. Famille, Island of Orieans, wharf. 
Ste. F61icit6, Longue Pointe, (Matane 

Co.) 

St. Francois du Lac, wharf 

St. Francois (Island of Orleans), wharf 

north side 

St. Francois (Island of Orleans), wharf 

south side 

St. Fulgence, wharf 

St. G6d6on (Lake St. John), wharf. . . . 

St. George de Malbaie, roadway 

St. Godfroy, wharf 

St. Gr6goire de Montmorency, revet- 
ment wall 

St. Holier (Grand Etang, Gasp6 Co.) . . 

St. Hilaire, wharf 

St. Ignace de Loyola, protection wall, 

etc _ 

St. Igance du Lac (Maskinong6 Co.), 

protection wall 

St. Iren6e, wharf 

St. Jean Deschaillons. See Deschail- 

lons. 

St. Jean (Island of Orleans), wharf 

Ste. Jeanne, He Perrot 

St. Jean Port Joli, wharf, etc 

St. Johns, Riv. Richelieu, guide piers. . 
St. Laurent, (Island of Orleans), wharf. 

Ste. Luce (Rimouski Co.), wharf 

St. Marc (Chambly-Vercheres), 

wharf 

St. Mathias, wharf 

St. M6thode (Tikuab6), wharf 

St. Michel de Bellechasse, wharf 

St. Michel des Saints (Berthier Co.) . . 

St. Nicholas, wharf 

St. Omer, protectionn works 

St. Ours (riv. Richelieu), wharf, etc. . 

St. Paul (He aux Noix), wharf 

Ste. P6tronille (Island of Orleans), 

wharf 

St. Roch de Richelieu, wharf 

St. Iloch des Aulnaies, wharf 

St. Sim6on (Charlevoix), wharf 

St. Sim6on de Bonaventure, break- 
water 



cts. 



cts. 



13,106 50 



16,019 28 



1,176 57 
285 16 



300 00 



2,448 19 



7,094 05 



1,802 11 



500 20 



51 13 



187 25 
3,664 20 

2,139 74 



38749 
200 00 



637 82 
400 00 



56 88 
217 54 



968 31 



1,261 83 



1,491 80 
' 30 00 



1,200 06 



31,303 73 



cts, 



1,896 83 

1,389 53 

1,974 60 

192 00 



547 72 



249 96 
249 90 



246 86 



825 07 



1,695 39 



6,141 38 

2,144 24 
3,029 24 
1,401 57 



600 30 



149 64 



1,251 80 

2,406 82 
6,499 91 



9,476 07 
497 66 



592 95 
1,003 20 
2,334 28 



1,134 58 



1,803 06 
1,081 09 

6,600 14 

940 96 

1,255 47 

1,198 44 



cts. 



135 10 
101 59 



338 30 



24 00 



35 40 



1,981 73 



cts. 



1,896 83 
1,389 53 
1,974 60 

192 00 
29,260 88 

649 31 
1,176 67 

286 16 

249 96 
249 90 

300 00 

2.695 05 
7,432 35 

825 07 

1,802 11 

1.696 39 

500 20 
24 00 

6,141 38 

2,144 24 
3,029 24 
1,401 67 
187 26 
4,254 50 

2,139 74 

61 13 

149 64 

576 31 

600 00 
1,251 80 



2,405 82 

56 88 

6,717 45 

993 71 
9,476 07 

497 66 

1,261 83 
592 96 
1,003 20 
2,334 28 
1,491 80 
1,134 58 
1,200 05 
1,833 05 
1,081 09 

37,903 87 

940 96 

1,265 47 

1,198 44 

1,981 73 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1926-26 



157 



Amounts expended bj'^ the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivers 

Quebec — Concluded 

St. Sim6on de Bonaventure, Henry's 

Landing, breakwater 

St. Sim6on de Bonaventure, landing 

wharf 

St. Sulpice, wharf (shed) 

" village, wharf 

St. Ulric, Riviere Blanche, wharf 

Ste. Victoire, wharf 

St. Yvon (Gasp6 Co.) 

St. Zotique, wharf 

Sabrevois, wharf 

Sandy Bay (Matane Co.), breakwater 

• wharf 

Seal Rock-D'Auguillon (Gasp6 Co.), 

pier 

Sept Isles (Seven Islands), wharf. . . 

Shigawake, wharf 

Sillery. ^See Pointe k Pizeau. 

Sorel, harbour improvements 

Squatteck, wharf 

Tadoussac (Anse k I'Eau), wharf. . . 
" (Anse Tadoussac), wharf, 

etc 

Tapp's Harbour (Gasp6) 

The Narrows (Magdalen Islands)..., 

Thurso, wharf 

Tikuab6, See St. M6thode 

Trois Lacs, wharf 

Trois Pistoles, breakwater 

Trois Rivieres, harbour improvements 

Valleyfield, wharf, etc 

Varennes, wharf, etc , 

Verchferes, wharf 

Ville Marie, wharf 

" re claim of Mrs. Marie 

Exilda Brisebois 

Woburn, wharf 

Woodman's Beach (Bonaventure Co.), 

breakwater 

Yamaska, lock and dam 

" (He aux Raisins) 

Generally 



cts 



cts. 



496 86 
493 95 



cts 



cts 



283 57 



1,560 90 



250 00 



2,198 81 
3,128 56 



512 54 
1,285 37 



3,002 02 
492 61 



1.315 76 
490 01 



83 08 



73,312 05 



138 64 
1,998 77 



1,196 48 

99 90 

2,989 37 



5,829 08 



49,619 02 
1,416 93 



44,024 10 
12,239 27 



89 05 

2,161 93 
986 19 
315 18 



2,818 88 
2,515 52 
3,496 93 



37 50 
65 09 



200 05 



259 75 



669 49 



3,134 99 



723 75 



15,250 65 



cts. 



496 86 

493 95 

283 57 

1,560 90 

2,198 81 

3,128 56 

250 00 

512 54 

1,285 37 

3,002 02 

492 61 

1,315 76 

490 01 

73,395 13 

138 64 

1,998 77 

7,025 56 
99 90 

2,989 37 
89 05 

2,161 93 

986 19 

44,339 28 

61,858 29 

4,273 31 

2,580 61 

3,496 93 

200 05 
259 75 

669 49 

723 75 

3,134 99 

15,250 65 



Totals, Quebec. 



500,040 81 



626,668 22 



237,006 60 



219,338 73 



1,583,054 36 



Ontario — 

Amprior, wharf 

Aultsville, wharf. Balance of contract 
of Fallon Bros 

Barrie (Bayfield St.), wharf 

Bayfield, pier 

Beaumaris, wharf 

Beaverton, wharf 

Belle River, wharf, etc 

"^ Belleville, wharf 

Big Bay Point, wharf 

Blind River, warehouse, etc 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge, breakwater 

Bronte, wharf 

Bruce Mines, wharf 

Burleigh Falls, piers 

Burlington, breakwater extension 

Burlington Channel, b-idge 

" north pier 

" south pier recon- 
struction 



67 50 



1,250 00 



12,367 47 



495 87 
198 26 
979 22 
99 10 
200 90 



95 00 
110 25 



24.439 06 
99 42 



707 88 
2^270 86 



97 50 



21 50 

4,901 38 

495 40 

101 50 



885 43 



2,985 00 



7,534 07 



32.973 46 



67 50 

1,2.'0 00 

590 87 

198 26 

1.089 47 

99 10 

12,568 37 

707 88 

97 50 

26,709 92 

99 42 

21 50 

4,901 38 

495 40 

101 50 

885 43 

7,534 07 

2,985 00 

32,973 46 



168 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
ImpK>ve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 

and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivers 

Ontario — Continued . 

Byng Inlet 

Cape Croker, wharf 

Chatham, revetment wall 

Chute k Blondeau, wharf 

^ Cobourg, reconstruction of harbour 

works, etc 

Cockburn Island, wharf (shed) 

'^ Collingwood, breakwater reconstruc- 

cion, etc 

" graving dock No. 2 (sub- 
sidy) 

Cumberland, wharf reconstruction 

Deseronto, wharf 

French River, dams 

Gananoque 

V Goderich, harbour improvements, etc. 

Grand Bend, pier 

Haileybiiry, dockj'ard 

" wharf 

Hamilton, revetment wall 

Hilton Beach, wharf (slip) 

Honey Harbour, wharf, etc 

Huntsville, wharf, etc 

Jackson's Point, wharf 

Jeannette's Creek, wharf, etc 

Keewatin, wharf 

^ Kensington Point, wharf 

^^ Kincardine, piers, etc 

Kingston, maintenance and operation 
of combined roadway wharf and 

bridges, etc 

Kingston R.M.C., shore protection. . . . 

Kingsville, piers, etc 

Lansdowne, wharf 

La Passe, wharf 

Laurenson Lake (Port Arthur and 

Kenora) 

Leamington, pier 

Lefaivre, wharf 

Lion's Head, pier 

Little Current, wharf (slip) 

L'Orignal, wharf 

" towards cost of shore pro- 
tection 

Magnetawan, wharf 

Mary.sville 

Meaford, breakwater, etc 

Michipicoten River, wharf 

^ Midland (Tiffin), wharf, etc 

Minaki, wharf, etc 

Mitchell's Bay 

Montreal River (Latchford dam) 

Morpeth, wharf 

New Liskeard, wharf 

North Bay, wharf 

Oliphant (Bruce North) 

Orillia 

Oshawa, harbour improvements 

^Owen Sound, wharf, etc 

Parry Sound, wharf (slipway) 

Pelee Island, piers 

" wharf extension, etc 

Pembroke, wharf replacement, etc. . . . 

N. Penetanguishene, wharf, etc 

Petewawa, wharf 

Pike Creek, wharf 

Point Edward 



cts. 



28,203 37 



cts. 



5,781 63 
25,144 48 



4,223 95 

12,040 66 
179 95 

30,189 53 



8,431 64 
959 58 



6,369 17 
52,124 49 



5i,718 81 



9,230 98 
2 85 



189 11 
12,0.58 £8 



2,656 05 



967 32 



11,454 90 



2 85 
9860 



1,781 15 



1,879 95 



258 81 
148 23 

1,332 00 



2 85 
8,863 49 



34,84i 62 
10,786' 61 



15,807 71 



499 18 



572 95 
1,136 70 



82,992 99 



94,670 54 
15,268 69 



72 10 
52,077 09 
16,057 12 



27,970 49 
12,457 51 



cts. 



254 61 
13,344 73 



19,477 42 
1,.398 65 



494 41 



51 60 

981 27 

{,046 43 



90 00 
16,558 58 



9,322 94 
596 86 
397 26 



982 55 
884 90 
769 07 



55 94 



9,133 .50 
145 28 



72 60 



3,630 64 



153 92 
2,305 80 



2,251 30 



43 66 
1,788 51 
1,621 12 



$ cts. 



10 00 



9,208 96 



3,855 78 



836 37 
114 01 



8,092 29 



1 00 
3^991 61 



22 00 



180 05 



cts. 



28,203 37 

254 61 

13,344 73 

4,223 95 

17,8.32 29 
179 95 

55,334 01 

9,208 96 

8,43. 64 

959 .58' 

3,855 78 

6.. 369 17 

123,. S20 72 

1,398 6S 

836 37 

li4 01 

494 41 

189 11 

21,289 P6 

54 45 

981 27 

3,702 48 

967 32 

90 00 

28,013 48 



8,095 14 

1,781 15 

9,421 54 

596 86 

397 26 

1,879 95 
982 55 
884 90 
769 07 
258 81 
148 23 

1,332 00 

55 94 

2 85 

17,996 99 

145 28 

50,649 03 

73 60 

10,780 61 

3,991 61 

499 18 

3,630 64 

22 00 

572 95 

1,136 70 

94,670 54 

98,261 68 

153 92 

2.305 80 

28,042 59 

64,714 65 

16,100 78 

1,788 51 

1,621 12 

2,251 30 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925-i 



159 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Natne of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Stafif 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Riters 

Ontario — Concluded. 

Point Pleasant 

Port Arthur, dry dock (subsidy) 

■' harbour improvements . 

Port Bruce, west pier 

Port Burwell, harbour works 

Port Credit 

^ Port ColVjorne, west breakwater 

Port Dover, pier "K", etc 

Port Findlay , wharf 

Port Hope 

Port Maitland, piers, etc 

Port Rowan, wharf 

Port .Sianlcy, harbour works 

Providence Bay, wharf 

*^ Rainy River, wharf 

River Atikokan (Rainy River Dist.). 

River Ottawa at Besserer's Grove. . . 

River Sydenham 

River Thames, Lighthouse wharf, etc 

Roache'f? Point, wharf 

Rondeau, piers 

Rosseau, wharf , 

St. Williams, pier 

Sand Point, wharf 

Sarnia 

Saugeen River, harbour works 

^ Sault Ste. Marie, harbour works 

Shanty Bay (Simcoe Co.), wharf 

Shrewsbury, pier 

Silverw-atcr, wharf, etc 

Sombra (Lambton West) , 

Southampton, breakwater 

Stokes Bay, pier 

Thessalon, breakwater extension 

" slipway 

Thorah Island, harbour improvements 

Thornbury, wharf 

Tiffin. {See Midland). 
^ Tobermory, glance booms 

Toronto, harbour improvements: — 
Eastern C'hanncl, east pier, etc . . . 

Western Channel 

Roger Miller contract 

Toronto Island, "Wauketa" dock... 

Treadwell, wharf 

Trenton. To take over from Munici- 
pality breakwater-dock 

Waubaushene, wharf (shelter) 

Wendover, wharf 

Wheatley, pier 

Whitby, east pier 

" roadway 

Windsor, wharf, etc 

Generally 



$ cts. 

36 85 
4^356 02 



cts. 



cts. 



cts. 



51,981 79 
6,937 17 



123,373 95 
" 82^480' 75 



1,023 68 



92 27 



4,780 21 
949 96 
249 99 



7,883 43 
2,887 84 



157,729 44 
476 66 



99,998 7i, 



445 71 

484 58 

19,900 04 

20,475 96 



1,968 72 
1,540 41 



996 89 

193 81 

6,984 03 

16 00 

2,243 85 

23 00 



7.759 44 
'66,679'5i 



25 00 
960 00 



8,994 48 

3,994 96 

798 58 

504 97 

76 50 



784 53 

248 70 

1,006 90 



4,<)99 21 
3,950 60 



24,257 89 



, 180 32 
252 00 
541 81 



813 32 
265,609 03 



331 38 
98 36 



13,148 8? 
384 54 



163 90 



6,061 47 

1.532 58 

297 2.'5 

584 59 

2,999 01 



37,741 50 



7 50 



1,770 00 
13,013 96 



S cts. 



36 85 

37,741 50 

127,723 97 

1,023 68 

134,462 54 

6,937 17 

4,780 21 

1,042 23 

249 99 

7,883 43 

160,617 28 

476 66 

99,998 72 

1,968 72 

1.540 41 

445 71 

484 68 

19,900 04 

21,480 35 

193 81 

6,984 03 

16 00 

2,243 85 

"23 00 

7,759 44 

8,994 48 

64,674 47 

798 58 

504 97 

101 50 

960 00 

4,999 21 

3,950 60 

784 53 

248 70 

1,006 90 

6,180 32 

2o2 00 

24,799 70 

313 32 

265,609 03 

331 38 

98 36 

13,148 85 

384 54 

6,061 47 

1,532 58 

297 25 

584 59 

4,769 01 

13,177 86 



Totals, Ontario. 



598,825 19 



916,590 36 



317,552 60 



5,651 85 



1,919,620 00 



Manitoba — 

Big George Island 

Black Island 

Dauphin Beach, wharf 

Delta, beach protection works 

Gimli Harbour, jetty 

Portage la Prairie, sewer extension 

Red River Channel, protection work. 
" Netley Cut, closing chan- 
nel 



8,449 86 
6,139 97 



6.409 73 

31,703 16 

7,962 16 

7, 188 06 

11,105 59 

2,526 49 



8,449 86 
6.139 97 
6,409 73 

31,703 16 
7,962 16 
7,188 06 

11,105 59 

2,526 49 



160 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926.^ — Continued 



Name of Work 


Dredging 


Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 


Repairs 


Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 


Total 


Harbours and Rivers 

Manitoba — Concluded 

Red River, Sugar Island 


% cts. 

6,436 12 

5,237 90 

13,525 62 

760 70 


$ cts. 


t cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 
6,436 12 


" Sugar Point 








5,237 90 


" at mouth 








13,525 62 


" at Winnipeg, Brown and 
Rutherford wharf 








760 70 


St. Andrew's Rapids, lock and dam. . 






17,695 95 


17,695 95 


Snake Island (Lake Winnipegosis) , 
wharf.. 


4,136 39 


1,014 37 




5,150 76 


Selkirk, repair slip 




2,634 48 


2,634 48 


" west slough 


11,486 57 

594 82 

13,287 97 






11,486 57 


Victoria Beach , breakwater extension . 


11,989 39 






12,584 21 








13,287 97 


Generally 






2,166 76 


2,166 76 












Totals, Manitoba 


70,055 92 


79,898 95 




22,497 19 


172,452 06 








Saskatchewan and Alberta — 
Blairmore (Alberta) protection works. 




4,925 11 

2,222 51 
103 47 






4,925 11 


Cowan Lake and River improvements 
(Sask.) 








2,222 51 


Craven Dam (Sask.), protection works 








103 47 


Cumberland Lake (Sask.) 


10,370 06 






10,370 06 


Elbow River, protection works 


3,600 00 
25 00 






3,600 00 


Fort Chipewyan, Lake Athabaska 
(Alta.), breakwater 








25 00 


Fort McMurray (Alta.), wharf 




318 75 


80 00 


398 75 


Fort Resolution (N.W.T.), wharf 




7,490 60 
5,962 97 


7,490 60 


Lac La Biche, wharf 








5,962 97 




498 55 
37 75 






498 55 


Tobin Rapids, North Saskatchewan 
River 








37 75 


Waterways (Alberta), float 






75 00 


75 00 












Totals, Saskatchewan and Al- 
berta 


10,906 36 


24,329 66 


318 75 


155 00 


35,709 77 






British Columbia — 






94 95 
38 50 

257 46 




94 95 










38 50 


Annieville Bar. See Fraser River. 
Argenta, wharf... 








257 46 




173 06 






173 06 






309 30 
15 00 




309 30 


Balfour, wharf . 








15 00 


Bamfield East, wharf reconstruction... 




1,635 46 




1,635 46 


Bamfield West, float 




132 30 

293 00 

12 00 

40 00 




132 30 


Barnston Island, wharf 








293 00 










12 00 










40 00 


Blubber Bay, Texada Isld., wharf. . . . 




6,227 47 




6,227 47 


Boswell, wharf.. 




574 25 

50 00 

175 58 

163 00 

346 70 

93 32 

3,962 50 




574 25 


Bo wen Island, (west side) float. 








50 00 










175 58 










163 00 


Burton, wharf.. 








346 70 


Campbell River, float 








93 32 










3,962 50 






2,000 00 




2,000 00 


Cec'ar Creek . . 


318 56 






318 56 


Celista, wharf.. . 


2,200 70 






2,200 70 


Clayoquot, wharf 




5,222 28 




5,222 28 




15,945 97 






15,945 97 


" at Revelstoke, pro- 
tection works 


157 62 
9,989 62 






157 62 


Columbia River below Burton, bank 
protection.. 








9,989 62 


Comox, wharf 




2,789 83 




2,789 83 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925-26 



161 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 

and 

Miain- 

tenance 



Total 



Harboubs and Rivers 

British Columbia — Continued. 

Courtenay River 

Cowichan Lake 

Cracroft, float 

Crawford Bay, float and shed 

Crescent Bay (west Kootenay), wharf 

Crofton, wharf 

Daisy Bay, float 

Deer Park, wharf 

Denman Island, landing slip 

Donley's Landing (See Pender Hr.) 

East Arrow Park, wharf 

East Robson, wharf 

Edgewood, Launch Club, float 

" wharf 

Esquimalt, new dry dock 

" old dry dock 

Ewing's Landing, dolphins 

False Bay, Lasqueti Isld., wharf 

False Creek 

Farmer's Landing. See Nanaimo. 

Fauquier, wharf 

Fisherman's Bay (Vancouver Island), 

float 

Eraser Lake, wharf 

Eraser River: — 

Annieville Bar 

Chilliwack (Lower Landing), road- 
way 

Near Chilliwack 

Glen Valley, wharf 

Hatzic, wharf 

King Edward Cut 

Nicomen Island, bank protection. 

Dyke No. 1 

North Arm, jetty extension 

Sand Heads 

Steveston Jetty 

Woodwards Slough 

General improvements 

(Lower) operation of snag boat 

"Samson" 

Eraser's Landing, wharf 

Fulford Harbour, wharf 

Galena Bay, float 

Ganges Harbour, wharf 

Gibson's Landing, wharf 

Ginols (Kootenay), wharf 

Glen Valley. <See Fraser River. 

Gordon Road, wharf 

Gower Point, float 

Grace Harbour, float 

Granite Bay, float 

Grantham's Landing, wharf 

Gray Creek, wharf 

Greta, wharf reconstruction 

Half Moon Bay, wharf 

Haney, wharf reconstruction 

Harrison River, bank protection 

Hatzic, wharf . See Fraser River 

Heriot Bay, wharf 

Hollyburn 

Hope Bay, wharf 

Hopkins Landing, wharf 

Hornby Island, wharf 

Hurst Island, float 

Irvine's Landing. See Pender Harbour. 

Jackson Bay, float 

26240-11 



cts. 



16,408 55 
299 25 



cts. 



2,167 56 



865 41 



500 00 



1,289,117 48 



2,337 41 



5,592 84 



178 35 



12,483 36 



2,532 32 



83,029 45 



4,102 00 
24,093 51 



23 85 
33,829 68 



4,058 63 
6,318 45 



7,541 
40,496 50 



2,488 00 



1,212 94 



2,386 12 



7,774 44 
73 00 



$ cts. 



40 56 



323 32 

50 00 

108 40 

2,199 99 



71 30 
699 57 
138 70 
212 47 



174 40 



280 59 
49 51 



29 00 



408 09 
310 86 



587 14 



14 00 
10 00 
89 61 
30 50 
1,367 70 
613 06 

149 52 
259 47 



177 40 

729 40 

28 63 



85 07 



162 60 



1,658 15 

76 57 

1,060 92 

1 80 

60 00 



cts, 



13,838 58 
22,033 61 



23,561 25 



59 50 



$ cts. 



16,408 55 

299 25 

40 56 

2,167 56 

323 32 

50 00 

108 40 

2, 199 99 

865 41 

71 30 

699 57 

138 70 

212 47 

1,302,956 06 

22,533 61 

174 40 

5,592 84 

2,337 41 

280 59 

49 51 
178 35 

12,483 36 

29 00 
2,532 32 

408 09 

310 86 

83,029 45 

23 85 
37,931 68 
24,093 51 

8,128 22 
44,555 13 

6,318 45 

23,561 25 
14 00 
10 00 
89 61 

30 50 
1,367 70 

613 06 

149 52 
1,472 41 

59 50 
177 40 
729 40 

28 63 
2,386 12 

85 07 
f,774 44 

73 00 

162 60 

2,488 00 

1,658 15 

76 57 

1,060 92 

1 80 

60 00 



162 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Habboubs and Rivebs 

British Columbia — Continued. 

Jeune Landing (Quatsino Sound) , wharf 

Kaleden (Skaha Lake), wharf 

Kildonan, float 

Killiney, wharf 

Kootenay Landing 

Kuskanook, wharf 

Ladner 

Lang Bay, wharf 

Long Bay, float 

Long Beach, ferry landing 

" wharf 

Lulu Island wharf. End of road No. 2 
— Contribution towards construction. 

Lund, wharf 

Lyall Harbour (Saturna Island), wharf 

McDonald's Landing, wharf 

Manson's Landing, wharf 

Maples, wharf 

Marmot Bay, landing 

Matsqui, wharf 

Mayne Island, wharf 

Miller's Landing, wharf 

Mission, wharf reconstruction 

Moresby Island, wharf 

Nanaimo (Farmer's Landing), float. . . 

Naramata, wharf extension 

Needles, wharf 

Nelson 

New Massett, float 

New Westminster, city boat landing . . 
" fisheries patrol 

station 

Nicomen Island. See Eraser River. 

Nootka, wharf 

North Vancouver, Burrard dry dock 
(subsidy) 

Ogden Point, wharf 

Okanagan Centre, wharf 

Okanagan Control Dam 

Okanagan Lake and River improve- 
ments 

Oona River, float 

Osland Park (Skeena River), float. . . . 

Pender Harbour (Donley's Landing), 

float 

" (Irvine's Landing), 

float 

" (Pope's Landing), 

float 

Pitt Lake, wharf reconstruction 

Port Clemients, wharf 

Port Essington, float 

Port Mann ' 

Port Moody, wharf 

Port Renfrew, re claim of Godman 
Estate, etc 

Port Simpson, wharf, etc 

Port Washington, wharf 

Powell River, wharf 

Prince Rupert, floating dock (subsidy) 

Procter, wharf, etc 

Quathiaski Cove, wharf 

Quatsino, wharf (shed) 

Queen Charlotte City, float 

Ragged Island, booms 

Read Island, float 

Retreat Cove (Galiano Island), wharf. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



42 85 
4,032 24 
1,749 82 



9,827 99 



2,054 97 



679 39 



250 00 



2,979 02 



4,203 96 
'4,' 698 07 



1,230 65 
2,684 21 



308 81 



1,392 68 



3,220 38 



695 96 



1,163 35 
1,686 00 



1,092 28 
2,711 93 



7,345 94 



1,203 68 



2,000 00 
647 80 



1,349 03 



cts. 



cts. 



28 95 
'4'7'66 



118 39 
76 77 



254 11 



786 08 
620 04 
270 90 
286 00 
57 70 



732 27 

22581 

40 66 



1 00 

iis'si 



93 00 



785 50 
220 00 



137,966 45 



1,427 65 



24 27 

375 83 

81 25 



6,595 41 



410 84 



60 70 

156 25 

1,500 00 



221 33 

35 00 

181 00 

902 74 



76,970 88 



25 05 



28 15 
60 00 



$ cts. 



42 85 

4,032 24 

1,749 82 

28 95 

9,827 99 

47 06 

2,054 97 

118 39 

76 77 

679 39 

254 11 

250 00 
786 08 
620 04 
270 90 
286 00 
57 70 

2,979 02 
732 27 

4,203 96 
225 81 

4,698 07 
40 00 

1,230 65 

2,684 21 

1 00 

308 81 

1,392 68 
118 81 

3,220 38 

93 00 

137,966 45 

785 50 

220 00 

1,427 65 

1,859 31 
1,686 00 

24 27 

375 83 

81 25 

1,092 28 
2,711 93 
6,595 41 
1,203 68 
7,345 94 
410 84 

2,000 00 

708 50 

156 25 

1,500 00 

76,970 88 

1,570 36 

35 00 

181 00 

902 74 

25 05 
28 15 
60 00 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925-26 



163 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during tho 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Harbours and Rivers 

British Columbia — Concluded. 

Riondel, wharf, etc 

Robert's Bay, boat landing 

Robert's Creek, wharf 

Royston, float 

Saanichton, wharf 

Salmon Arm 

Sandheads. ^ee Fraser River. 

San Joseph Bay 

Savary Island, float 

Say ward (Comox-Alberni), wharf, etc 

Seaford, float approach 

Seaside Park (Howe Sound), float. . . , 

Seymour Arm, wharf 

Shaw Landing (Galiano Island), wharf 

Shushartie Bay, float 

Shuswap Lake 

Sidney, auto ferry landing 

Skeena River 

Skidegate, wharf 

Snug Cove, wharf 

Sointula, wharf 

Sooke (Nanaimo), wharf 

Sorrento (Shuswap Lake), wharf 

South Gabriola, wharf 

Squamish, wharf 

Squirrel Cove, wharf approach 

Stag Bay, float 

Steveston Jetty. See Fraser River. 

Stewart, dolphin 

Stikine River 

Sturdie's Bay (Galiano Island), wharf. 

Surge Narrows, float 

Thetis Island, float 

Tofino, wharf 

Tucker Bay, float (old) 

" (West Point), float (new) 

Ucluelet East, float 

" West, float 

Union Bay, wharf 

Van Anda, wharf 

Vancouver, coal harbour 

" First Narrows 

" immigration wharf 

" North, Burrard Dry Dock. 

See North Vancouver. 

" Second Narrows 

" Stanley Park, foreshore 

protection 

Victoria Harbour 

Westbank, wharf 

Whaletown, wharf 

Whitemans Creek, wharf 

White Rock, wharf, etc 

Whonnock, wharf 

Wilcox Landing, piling, etc 

William Head Quarantine Station, 

wharf 

Wyatt Bay, float 

Generally 



% cts. 



630 63 



3,475 89 
500 70 



958 17 

"is^gsS ii 



2,993 68 



44,994 64 
8,681 80 



75,485 09 
'46;644'3'7 



$ cts. 
6,947 68 
'2,i29 24 



6,453 02 

1,429 47 

70 78 



2,524 93 
914 37 



1,348 38 



1,373 10 
882 37 
858 13 



7,999 98 
'8,027' 18 



116 76 



228 10 



5,775 92 



cts 



444 25 
1,111 75 



229 50 



204 18 
990 01 



575 27 
391 00 
402 29 



1,986 39 



2,390 90 

108 45 

83 62 

4,103 34 
51 63 
37 00 



50 00 



174 00 

35 00 

40 00 

425 00 

460 92 



2,246 14 
235 89 



264 52 



502 60 

321 11 

1,247 03 

246 78 



3,506 40 
216 43 



cts 



386 16 



7,923 27 



cts. 



7,578 31 
444 25 

1,111 75 

2,129 24 
229 50 

3,475 89 

500 70 

204 18 

7,443 03 

1,429 47 

70 78 

575 27 

391 00 

402 29 

958 17 

1,986 39 

15,953 11 

2,390 90 

108 45 

83 62 

4,103 34 

51 63 

37 00 

2,524 93 

914 37 

50 00 

1,348 38 
2,993 68 

174 00 
35 00 
40 00 

425 00 

460 92 
1,373 10 

882 37 

858 13 
2,246 14 

235 89 

44,994 64 

8,681 80 

264 52 



75,485 09 

7,999 98 
40,044 37 

8,027 18 
502 60 
321 U 

1,633 19 
246 78 
344 86 

3,506 40 

216 43 

13,699 19 



Totals, British Columbia. 



396,961 37 



1,491,645 77 



65,304 83 



284,192 40 



2,238,104 37 



26240— Hi 



164 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



(Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 


Dredging 


Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 


Repairs 


Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 


Total 


Habboubs and Rivebs 

Yukon Territory — 
Stewart and Yukon Rivers, channel 
improvements 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
5,000 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
5,000 00 












Total, Yukon Territory 




5,000 00 






5,000 00 












Harbours and Rivers Generally — 
General expenses of staff, etc 








17,790 48 
467,360 62 


17,790 48 


Salaries of district engineers, assist- 
ants, etc 








467,360 62 


Test borings for sundry projected works 




7,022 60 




7,022 60 












Totals, Generally 




7,022 60 




485,151 10 


492,173 70 











Name of Work 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Dbedging Plant 



Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
British Columbia 



Totals, Dredging Plant. 



Roads and Bridges 

Maritime Provinces — 

Grand Etang Bridge, N.S 

Edmundston, N.B., International Bridge. 
St. Leonard, N.B., International Bridge.. 



$ cts. 

61,314 28 
37,039 76 



6,180 20 



$ cts. 

10,665 27 
9,203 42 
4,565 19 

10,442 05 



$ cts. 



2,966 64 



$ cts. 

71,979 55 

49,209 82 

4,565 19 

16,622 25 



104,534 24 



34,875 93 



2,966 64 



142,376 81 



Quebec and Ontario — : 

Calumet-Bryson Bridge 

Des Joachims Bridge 

Matapedia, Interprovincial Bridge 

North Timiskaming Bridge 

Portage du Fort Bridge 

St. Majorique (Gasp6 Co.), Bridge 

Ottawa City, bridges and streets maintained by Govern- 
ment — 

Connaught Place and Wellington St 

Chaudiere, bridge and approaches 

Laurier Bridge 

Lighting all above 

York Bridge, Grand River 



3,266 00 



Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Little Pembina River Bridge (Man.) 

British Columbia — 

Burrard Inlet, Bridge — Grant to., Burrard Inlet 
Tunnel and Bridge Co 



Totals, Roads and Bridges. 



3,266 00 



79 97 
411 65 
872 35 



3,065 05 
1,677 46 
999 41 
3,502 31 
2,355 81 
4,009 09 



360 00 



2,233 55 
3,726 49 



1,842 05 
125 88 



3,851 03 
'i,"759'52 



269,936 00 



79 97 

411 65 

1,232 35 



6,331 05 
1,677 46 
999 41 
3,502 31 
2,355 81 
4,009 09 



3,851 03 
2,233 55 
3,726 49 
1,759 52 
1,842 05 



125 88 
269,936 00 



24,901 07 



275,906 55 



304,073 62 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925-i 



165 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Name of Work 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Telegraph and Telephone Lines 



cts, 



cts. 



Cape Ray, Newfoundland 

Maritime Provinces — 

Bay of Fundy lines 

■ Cape Breton lines 

Chatham-Escuminac lines 

Prince Edward Island and mainland 

Quebec Mainland — 

Cable between Isle Verte and south shore of River 
St. Lawaence 

North Shore, east of Bersimis 

" west of Bersimis 

Quebec County lines 

Timiskaming lines 

Quebec Islands — 

Anticosti System 

Grosse He, He aux Coudres and He d'Orleans system 

Magdalen Islands system 

Maritime Provinces and Gulf generally 

Cable Ship Tyrian 

Ontario — 

Manitoulin-Cockburn Islands system , 

Pelee Island system , 

Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Saskatchewan system 

Alberta system 

British Columbia and Yukon — 

Ashcroft-Dawson system 

British Columbia, mainland system 

" Vancouver Island 

Telegraph service, generally 



10,574 03 



1,229 20 



4,888 38 

21,445 59 
5,892 42 
4,732 01 



Totals, Telegraph and Telephone Lines. 



48,761 63 



Miscellaneous 
Surveys — 

Maritime Provinces 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia 

Generally 

Upper Ottawa Storage Dams — 

Land damages (Timiskaming dam) 

Quinze dam 

Timiskaming dam 

Accounts Branch, salaries and travelling expenses of 

agents, clerks of outside service 

Gratuities to widows or representatives of 40 deceased 

employees under Civil Service Amendment Act 

Monument to the late Sir Wilfrid Laurier 

National Monument on Connaught Place 

New hull for snagboat Sam^son 

Operation and maintenance of inspection boats 

River gauging and metering 

Collection of Public Works revenues 

Public Service Retirement Act, Superannuation No. 4 
Gratuity to the widow of the late Jos. Byrne... 

Total, Miscellaneous 

Civil Government — 
Salaries of Minister, Deputy Minister and permanent 

Staff 

Salaries of temporary clerks 

Travel of Minister and Ottawa Staff 

Printing, stationery, telegrams and sundry minor 
expenditures 



10,373 52 



Total, Civil Government. 



$ cts. 

250 00 

4,229 70 

32,293 95 

2,420 11 

6,946 66 



7,724 20 
3,240 37 

6,985 43 
10,974 39 
10,171 93 



28,887 37 

16,713 19 

2,500 93 

2,018 61 

6,085 15 
3,636 00 
7,353 20 
1,678 19 
86,708 05 

2 50 
343 23 

37,002 22 
80,238 36 

210,274 53 

98,482 90 

134,301 79 

5,919 34 



$ cts. 

250 00 

4,229 70 

42,867 98 

2,420 11 

6,946 66 



1,229 20 

28,887 37 

16,713 19 

2,500 93 

2,018 61 

6,085 15 
3,636 00 
7,353 20 
1,678 19 
86,708 05 

2 50 
343 23 

44,726 42 
88,367 11 

238,705 55 

115,349 71 

149,205 73 

5,919 34 



39.096 32 



768,285 98 



856,143 93 



26,497 68 
45,852 73 
24,869 51 

6,956 28 

250 00 

12,327 18 

7,055 34 



266 60 
6,388 07 
7,597 20 



8,582 87 
25,900 13 

20, 134 23 

6,503 34 



24,625 39 



13,045 75 

16,378 74 

2,262 58 

3,147 95 

671 40 



123,808 72 

10,373 52 

8,582 87 
25,900 13 

20,134 23 

6,503 34 

266 60 

6,388 07 

7,597 20 

13,045 75 

16,378 74 

2,262 58 

3,147 95 

671 40 



220,435 71 



245,061 10 



616,445 45 
10,339 60 
36,775 32 

21,153 14 



616,445 45 
10,339 60 
36,775 32 

21,153 14 



684,713 51 



684,713 51 



166 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Amounts expended by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. — Concluded 



Name of work 



Dredging 



Construc- 
tion and 
Improve- 
ments 



Repairs 



Staff 
and 
Main- 
tenance 



Total 



Recapitulation 

Totals, Public Buildings — 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ottawa 

Ontario (excluding Ottawa) 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon 

Public Buildings, generally 

Totals, Harbours and Rivers — 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon 

Harbours and Rivers, generally. 
Totals— 

Dredging plant 

Roads and Bridges 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines.. 

Miscellaneous 



Total of all works 

Total Civil Government. 

Grand Total of expenditures 



cts, 



cts 



58,681 22 

5,272 96 

224,980 68 

310,500 64 

638,654 12 

393,034 04 

107,833 87 

20,045 18 

45,986 51 

193,599 87 



cts, 



44,705 61 
13,061 58 
35,840 02 
102,923 52 
212,725 13 
89,558 78 
39,451 80 
22,447 26 
20,428 25 
58,190 92 



400,825 42 

65,618 56 

164,614 89 

500,040 81 

598,825 19 

70,055 92 

10,906 36 

396,961 37 



248,818 77 

359,263 40 

9,679 52 

545,202 48 

626,668 22 

916,590 36 

79,898 95 

24,329 66 

,491,645 77 

5,000 00 

7,022 60 

104,534 24 

3,266 00 

48,761 63 

24,625 39 



125,770 84 

34,139 61 

95,165 38 

237,006 60 

317,552 60 



318 75 
65,304 83 



139,241 

20,349 

117,523 

602,259 

,373,881 

690, 727 

187,664 

143,310 

237,121 

244,861 

31,878 

102,764 

3,508 

1,066 

253,171 

219,338 

86,651 

22,497 

155 

284,192 



242, 

38, 

378, 

1,015, 

3,225, 

1,173, 

334, 

185, 

303, 

496, 

31, 

351, 



cts. 



628 60 

683 81 
344 31 

684 01 
260 97 
320 11 
950 35 
802 79 
535 81 
652 52 
878 17 
582 95 



34,875 93 
24,901 07 
39,096 32 



485,151 10 

2,966 64 
275,906 55 
768,285 98 
220,435 71 



889,368 30 

110,504 04 
1,058,154 72 
1,583,054 36 
1,919,620 00 

172,452 06 

35,709 77 

2,238,104 37 

5,000 00 

492,173 70 

142,376 81 
304,073 62 
856,143 93 
245,061 10 



2,207,848 52 



6,493,896 08 



1,613,464 80 



7,514,911 78 
684,713 51 



17,830,121 18 
i84,713 51 



2,207,848 52 



6,493,896 08 



1,613,464 80 



8,199,625 29 



18,514,834 69 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT, 1925-26 167 

Revenue received by the Department of Public Works of Canada during the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1926. 

Source of Revenue 

Public Buildings Amount 

Received 
Rents from public buildings and related properties not presently in use for 

public purposes $ 85, 179 95 

Sales of public buildings or related properties no longer required for public 

purposes 2,064 30 

Sale of old furniture, fittings, building material, etc 5, 271 96 



Total from public buildings $ 92,516 21 

Engineering Works 

Operation of Dry Docks, etc. — 

Champlain dock, L6vis, Que $ 43,449 50 

Lome dock, Levis, Que 24,221 60 

Selkirk repair slip, Selkirk, Man 2,494 20 

Esquimalt dock, Esquimalt, B.C 14,945 35 

Burleigh Falls, Ont., timber slide 271 90 

$ 85,382 55 

Rents derived from works and plant leased to private parties — 

Ferry privileges $ 4, 542 57 

Kingston, Ont., graving dock 5, 000 00 

Dredges and tugs 28, 141 36 

Sundry minor works 1, 591 31 



39,275 24 

Sale of sundry works including lands pertaining thereto 92, 273 44 

Sale of vessels, plant, old materials, etc 43,914 65 

Rents from water lots, etc., under control of Engineer's Branch 10, 681 50 



Total from Engineering Works $ 271,527 38 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines 
Operation of sundry lines — 
Maritime Provinces — 

Bayof Fundy $ 1,824 64 

Cape Breton 6, 919 26 

Escuminac 2,300 98 

Quebec— — $ 11,044 88 

Anticosti (including Gasp6) (leased). 

Grosse Is. Quarantine Line 7 22 

Magdalen Islands 2,319 10 

N. Shore East of Bersimis 14, 676 57 

N. Shore West of Bersimis 5, 214 67 

Orleans Island 967 29 

Quebec County 1, 603 04 

$ 24,787 89 

Ontario — 

Pelee Island % 148 50 

Saskatchewan lines 3, 616 14 

Alberta lines 17, 110 08 

British Columbia mainland lines 77, 934 60 

Vancouver Island lines 63, 514 03 

Yukon system 89, 563 46 

$ 287,719 58 

Rent of sundry lines to commercial companies 230 15 

Rent SS. Tyrian repairing cables for commercial companies 434 00 

Sale telegraph office property Long Point Mingan, P.Q 1, 000 00 

Sale of site and property at St. Margarets village — Bay St. Lawrence, N.S. . 800 02 

Saie disused materials and equipment 3, 997 25 



Total from telegraph and telephone lines $ 294, 181 00 



Miscellaneous Revenue 
Received for photographic work done in this Department for other depart- 
ments 4, 697 92 

Refunds against expenditure reported in accounts of previous years 6, 312 51 



Total miscellaneous $ 11,010 43 



Recapitulation of Revenues 

Public buildings 92, 516 21 

Engineering works .' 271 , 527 38 

Telegraph and telephone lines 294, 181 00 

Miscellaneous 11,010 43 



Grand total Public Works revenue $ 669, 235 02 



CONTRACTS, DEEDS AND LEASES 



T. J. Carter,, Departmental Solicitor 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926. 



Place and Description of Work 



Name of Contractor 



Date 

of 

Contract 



Amount 



Public Buildings 

Nova Scotia 
Halifax — 

(Lawlor's Island) — Construction of cottag 
Pictou— 

Addition to public building 

Stellarton — 

Construction of public building 

New Brunsivick 
Chipman — 

Construction of post office 

Installation of interior fittings in post office. 

South Nelson — 

Construction of public building 

Installation of interior fittings in post office. 

St. John- 
Construction of roof on old post office 

building. 
(Partridge Island Quarantine Statibn)— 

Construction of cottage. 
Installation of steam heating system in old 

post office building. 
Installation of electric passenger and 

electric freight elevators in old post office 

building. 
Laying marble and terrazzo floor in old 

post office building. 
St. John (West)— 
Extension to cattle shed 

Quebec 
Chicoutimi — 
Alterations to heating apparatus in public 
building. 
Jonquiferes — 

Alterations to fittings, etc., in post office. . 
Loretteville — 

Installation of post office fittings 

Maniwaki— 

Construction of public building 

Installation of interior fittings in public 
building. 
Montreal — 
Construction of postal station, St. Denis 

Division, and additional work. 
Construction of inspection and fumigation 

station. 
Installation of interior fittings in postal 
station "R". 
Rimouski — 

Addition to post office 

Installation of interior fittings in public 
building. 
St. Hyacinthe — 
Installation of hot water boilers in public 
building. 
St. Jacques de L'Achigan — 

Construction of public building 

Verdun — 
Installation of interior fittings in public 
building. 

Ontario 

Brampton — 

Alterations to armoury 

Essex — 

Installation of hot water boilers in public 
building. 



eWilliam Whelby and E. L. Smith 

John Johnston 

John Johnston 

J. A. Grant & Co. , Ltd 

Th»Otfice.SpecialtvManufacturing 
Co., Ltd. 

Geo. Burchill & Sons 

Geo. Burchill & Sons 

B. Mooney & Sons, Ltd 

Kane & Parker 

Richard E. Fitzgerald 

The TurnbuU Elevator Co., Ltd... 

John Flood & Sons, Ltd 

Kane & Parker 

Leonard Claveau 

Joseph B. A. Lachance 

The J. T. Schell Co 

Adolphe Nault 

The J. T. Schell Co 

Concrete Construction Limited 

J. A. A. Leclair, Dupuis, Limitfee.. 
The J. T. Schell Co 

Z6non Ouellet 

The J. T. Schell Co 

Hormidafi Lfitourneau 

Albert Brouillet 

The J. T. Schell Co 

Percy Warr 

Michael A. Brian 

168 



.Oct. 27 
Nov. 26 
Nov. 10 



Nov. 3 
Mar. 23 



Dec. 4 
Mar. 15 



Aug. 12 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 12 

Oct. 26 

Jan. 25 

Dec. 19 

Sept. 19 

Jan. 18 

Aug. 20 

Oct. 13 

Feb. 2 

Dec. 18 

Feb. 22 

Feb. 22 



Oct. 13 
Nov. 18 



Sept. 19 

Nov. 13 

Sept. 8 



Dec. 22 
Sept. 10 



1925 
1925 
1925 



192S 
1926 



1925 
1926 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 

1926 

1925 

1926 

1926 

1925 

1925 
1926 

1926 
1926 
1926 



1925 
1926 



1925 

1925 
1926 



1925 
1925 



S 6,722 00 
9,723 00 
15,770 00 



8,445 00 
945 00 



7,98C 76 
850 00 



8,994 00 
4,650 00 
6,820 00 



6,850.00, plus $150.00 for 
installation of gates, etc 

5,810 00 



Unit prices. 

1,689 00 

1,800 00 

1,309 00 

17,250 00 
1,225 00 



.S35,316.00and $6,490.00 for 
additional work. 
31,000 00 

2,999 00 



8,750 00 
] ,455 00 



1,158 00 

10,450 00 
2,835 00 



$ 890 00 
1,750 00 



CONTRACTS LET, 1925- 



169 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926 — Continued 



Place and Description of Work 



Name ol Contractor 



Date 

of 

Contract 



Amount 



Public Buildinob— Continued 

Ontario — Concluded 

Gravenhurst — 

Construction of public building 

Haileybury — 

Erection of armoury 

Hamilton — 
Structural steel work of elevator in post 

office. 
Installation of elevator enclosure and pass 
enger elevator in post oflfice. 
Kingston — 
Grading .paving roads etc., new dormitory 
building, R.M.C. 
Kitchener — 
Alterations and additions to public building 
Alterations and additions to interior fittings 
in public building. 
Leamington — 

Supply of 30,000 crates 

Construction of warehouse 

London — 

Alterations and additions to unit H, West- 
minster Military Hospital. 
Napanee — 

Installation of hot water boilers in public 
building. 
Ottawa — 

Installation of two ceiling fixtures for Senate 
Chamber and four bronze standards for 
main entrance, Parliament Buildings. 
Construction of superstructure of green- 
house at Ilideau Hall. 
Erection of bronze statue of the late Sir 

Wilfrid Laurier on Parliament Hill. 
Construction of asphalt driveway on Par- 
liament Hill. 

Renewal of agreement 

Construction of boiler shed and heating 
equipment at Booth street experimental 
station. 
Delivery of clock and carillon for installa- 
tion in tower of Parliament Building. 
Picton — 

Const ruction of roof on drill hall 

Repairs io drill hall , 

Port Colborne — 

Construction of public building 

Prescott — 
Alterations to heating apparatus in Cus 
toms-Excise building. 
Renfrew — 
Laying roof on armoury 



The Schultz Bros. Co., Ltd. 
The Town of Haileybury 



The Hamilton Bridge Works, Co., 

Ltd. 
The TurnbullEUvator Co., Ltd. . 



Peter McCoy. 



Dunker Brothers 

The Interior Hardwood Co., Ltd. 



Zimmerman Bros., Ltd. 
John A. E. Burrows 



William E.Dodd. 



J. M. & M. B. Elliott. 



The Robert Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Lord & Burnham Co., Ltd 

J. EmileBrunet 

O'Leary's Ltd 



Corporation of City of Ottawa 

Alex. I. Garvock 



Sandwich — 
Installation of hot water boilers in post 
oflfice building. 
StouffviUe— 

Construction of public building 

Wiarton — 

Construction of public building 

Manitoba 
Winnipeg — 
Constiuct ion of laboratory and rust investi- 
gation building. 

Alterations to main immigration hall 

Fort Osborne Barracks — Alterations and 

additions to heating plant. 
Fort Oslxjme Barracks — Conversion of Red 

Cross building into officers' mess rooms. 
Fort Osborne Barracks— Construction of 
stables (four units) 

British Columbia 
Bentinck Island — 
Installation of electric light plant etc., at 

the lazaretto. 
Construction of two leper huts at the laza- 
retto. 
Esquimau — 
Construction of gunnery control building at 
R.C.N, barracks. 



Cyril F. Johnston. 



Jamieson Bore & Co., Ltd. 
Alfred E. Strickland 



The Schultz Bros., Co., Ltd. 
McKelvey & Birch, Ltd 



Canadian Rogers Sheet Metal & 
Roofing Ltd. 

Frank J. Tansley 



Stuart Bros. Ltd. , 
J. S. Cook & Son. 



The J. McDiarmid Co., Ltd. 



Robert N. Wyatt 

The James Ballantyne Co., Ltd. 



Macaw & Macdonald... 
Hazleton & Wahn, Ltd. 



Allan H. Coulter.. 
Jamee Smethurst. 



James Parfitt and Fred Parfitt. 



Nov. 24, 
Sept. 24, 
Feb. 19, 
Feb. 23. 



1925 
1925 
1926 
1926 



Oct. 7, 1925 



Oct. 13, 
Feb. 22, 



Dec. 3. 
Dec. 17. 



1925 
1926 



1925 
1925 



Oct. 16, 1925 



Sept. 8, 

Aug. 31, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 11, 

Sept. 16, 

Sept. 17, 
Oct. 7, 



1925 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1925 
1925 



Jan. 7. 1926 



Oct. 13, 
Feb. 20, 

Nov. 24, 

Sept. 15, 

Sept. 11, 

Sept. 10, 

Nov. 16, 
Feb. 20, 



1925 
1926 

1925 

1926 

1925 

1925 

1925 
1926 



Oct. 27, 1925 



Nov. 23, 
Oct. 27, 



Jan. 
Feb. 



Nov. 23, 
Dec. 26, 



1925 
1925 



1926 
1926 



1925 
1925 



$ 19,900 00 

33.500 00 

700 00 

5,996 00 

6,926 45 



42,925 00 
3,325 00 



6,900 00 
12,500 00 

4,620 00 

1,544 00 

31,000 00 

8,200 00 

25,000 00 

23.615 00 

$100,000.00 per annum 
7,800 00 

63,930 00 

4,080 00 
6,235 00 

53,700 00 

1,190 00 

4,263 00 

830 00 

17,623 00 
24,007 65 

$27,900.00 plus $300 for 
Shingles 
16,747 00 
15,000 00 

3,700 00 

39,500 00 



Dec. 2, 1925 



3,375 00 
4,950 00 

8,764 00 



170 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926 — Continued 



Place and Description of Work 



Name of Contractor 



Date 

of 

Contract 



Amount 



Public Buildings — Concluded 

British Columbia — Concluded 

Esquimalt — Concluded 

Construction of signalling school building. . 

Construction of boat house ramp and float 
At Pilgrims Cove, R.C.N, barracks. 

Painting, buildings, etc. at H.M.C. naval 
dockyard. 

Erection of two bath-houses and repairs to 
steps, verandah, etc. at R.C.N, barracks. 

Alterations, additions and renovations to 
factory building and repairs to jetty, 
boat houses, landing stages, gangway and 
Bickford Tower at H.M.C. naval dock- 
yard. 

Construction of garage building at R.C.N, 
barracks. 
Revelstoke — 

Construction of public building 

Vancouver — 

Construction of grain inspector's office 



Edward Wilhams, Sidney C. Tre- 

rise & James T. Williams. 
Watson, Stewart & Kennedy 



Joseph J. Ross 

Williams, Trerise & Williams. 



Dec. 8, 

Jan. 30, 

Feb. 8, 

Feb. 8, 



1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 



Harkness & Son . 



Parfitt Bros., Ltd. 



Feb. 8, 1926 



Feb. 17, 1926 



The Interior Construction Co. 
Robertson Bros., Ltd 



May 4, 
Dec. 21, 



1925 
1925 



Generally 

Geneva, Switzerland — 
Construction of doors for International T-a- 
bour office. 

Government Telegraph Lines 

Saskatchewan 

Waterhen — 
Supply and delivery of 1,500 poles for tele- 
graph line between Waterhen and Isle la 
Crosse. 

Harbours and Rivers 

Nova Scotia 
Arisaig — 
Construction of wharf 



The Buyer's Door and Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd. 



A. Jules Marion. 



Dingwall— 

(Aspy Bay) 

Construction of breakwateer. 
East River— - 

Dredging 



Alexander S. McMillan and Colin 
R. Macdonald. 



William E. Landry 

The Halifax Dredging Co., Ltd... 



Apr. 23, 1925 



Sept. 12, 1925 



Nov. 20, 1925 



$ 5,629 00 
8,087 74 
5,754 00 

$1,540 00 for bath-houses. 

$398.00 for verandah, steps, 
etc. 

$1,276.00 for alterations to 

factory building. 

$1,249.00 for repairs to jet- 
ty, etc. 

1,691 00 

41,000 00 
4,960 95 



3,077 80 



$2.23 per pole or $3,345.00. 



Oct. 24, 
Nov. 10, 



1925 
1925 



Finlay Point — 
Construction of breakwater-wharf. 

Freeport — 

Extension to bieakwater 

Great Village — 

Wharf replacement 

Gulliver's Cove — 

Construction of breakwater 

Hall's Harbour — 

Extension to breakwater 

Little Jadique Ponds — 

Construction of breakwater-wharf. 



Lower Sandy Point — 

Construction of breakwater. 
Lunenburg — 

Dredging mooring basin 



Main-^-Dieu — 
Construction of wharf. 



Dredging approach to channel and wharf 
berth. 



Parrsboro — 

Construction of wharf. 



Duncan McEachem and Angus A 
McDonald. 

Gaudet & Comeau 

Standard Construction Co., Ltd... 

E. J. Gaudet & S. F . Comeau 

Halle B. Bigelow 

J. J., D. A., C. J. and A. D. Mc 
Donald. 

H. A. Russell Construction Co., Ltd 

Acadia Contractors, Ltd , 

Atlantic Dredging Co., Ltd 

The Halifax Dredging Co., Ltd. 

Thomas P. Charleson 



Oct. 4, 1925 



Oct. 2, 
Sept. 26, 
Aug. 5, 
Oct. 8, 
Sept. 28, 

Oct. 13, 
June 17, 

Nov. 24, 
Aug. 1, 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 

1925 
1925 

1925 
1925 



July 30, 1925 



Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 

$9.00 per cu. yd. class A 
place meas$0.70 per cu.- 
yd. class B, scow meas. 

Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

$0.52 per cu.yd., class B 
scow meas. 

Unit prices. 

$9.00 per cu.yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.) $1.20 per 
cu.yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.) 

Unit prices. 



CONTRACTS LET, 1926-i 



IM 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926 — Continued 



Place and Description of Work 



Name of Contractor 



Date 

of 

Contract 



Amount 



Habbours and Rivers — Continued 

Nova Scotia — Continued 

Petit de Grat— 

Dredging opening of northern entrance at 
harbour. 



Port Maitland — 

Construction of breakwater — 
Port Mouton — 

Dredging channel at Robertson's wharf. 



Saulnierville — 

Extension to breakwater. 
Sheet Harbour — 

Dredging West river 



Atlantic Dredging Co., Ltd. 



Sept. 10, 1925 



D. S. Kirk Woodworking Co. 
Acadia Contractors, Ltd 



Wallace — 
Dredging channel to wharf and berth at 
wharf. 



Windsor — 

Extension to wharf 

Wolfville- 

Construction of wharf 

Prince Edward Island 

New London Harbour — 
Construction of breakwater on eastern side 
of entrance. 
Souris — 

Delivery and placing of stone at outer end 
of breakwater. 

New Brunswick 

Escuminac — 

Construction of portion of proposed break- 
wal er. 

Grand Harbour — 

(lingall's Head) 
Construction of breakwater 

Green Point — 
Construction of pier 

Mill's Point- 
Enlargement and repairs to wharf 

Shediac — 

Repairs to wharf 

St. John- 
Dredging berths in front of McLeod, Pet- 
tingill and C.P.R. wharves. 

St. John River- 
Dredging at McGowan's, Maugerville 
Barker's, Williams and Upper Gagetown 
wharves. 
St. John (West)- 
Dredging deep water berths and Dominion 
Coal Co., wharf. 



Extension to frostproof warehouse at berth 
No. 14. 

Quebec 

Bale St. Paul— 

(Rivifere du Gouffre) 

Repairs to wharf 

Construction of bank protection 



Thomas M. Rawding 

The Hahfax Dredging Co., Ltd. 

The Halifax Dredging Co., Ltd. 



Halle B. Bigelow. 
Halle B. Bigelow. 



Nov. 18, 
Dec. 10, 



Nov. 17, 
June 22, 



1925 
1925 



1925 
1925 



.^ug. 24, 1925 



Everett McLeod, George McKen- 
zie and Duncan MacKenzie. 

John E . Campbell 



July 28, 
Oct. 24. 



Aug. 22, 
June 27, 



1925 
1925 



1925 
1925 



Burpee Construction Co., Ltd 

John Flood & Son's, Ltd 

Thos. P. Charleson 

Lawrence Doyle 

Frank L. B<x)ne 

James S. Porter and Gordon S 
Macdonald. 

Jas . S. Gregory 



St. John Dry Dock and Shipbuild- 
ing Co., Ltd. 



Harold O.Clark: . 

M6thot & Fournier. 
Theodore Lacouline 



Dec. 7, 1925 



$10.50 per cu.yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.) $0.88 pe 
cu.yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.). 

Unit prices. 

$0.67iper cu.yd. class 
"B" for overcast mater- 
ial and JO. 90 per cu.yd. 
class "B" for material 
dredged and scowed 
away. 

Unit prices. 

$9.00 per cu.yd. class "A" 
(scow, meas.), f0.60 per 
cu.yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.). 

$9.00 per cu.yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), $0.75 per 
cu.yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.). 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 

Unit prices . 



Nov. 


2, 


1925 


Unit prices. 


Oct. 


31, 


1925 


Unit prices. 


Aug. 


20. 


1925 


Unit prices. 


Sept. 


23, 


1925 


Unit prices. 


Oct. 


25, 


1925 


$8.70 per cu. -yd. class "A" 
(place meas.), $0.60 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (place 
meas.). 



Aug. 31, 
Aug. 24, 



1925 



1925 



Oct. 3, 1926 



Aug. 11, 
Nov. 2, 



1925 
1925 



$0.65 per cu.-yd. class "B" 
(scow meas.) for all 
places mentioned. 

J0.39i per cu.-yd. class 
"B" place meas.) for 
deep water berths. 

$0.80 per cu.-yd. class "B ' 
(place meas.) Dominion 
Coal Co. wharf. 

Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 



172 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926 — Continued 



Place and Description of Work 



Name of Contractor 



Date 
of 

Contract 



Amount 



Hahbours and Rivers — Continued 
Quebec- — Continued 



Bersimis — 
Dredging channel. 



Berthierville — 
Dredging channel. 



The National Dock and Dredging 
Corp., Ltd. 



Les Chantiers Manseau. 



Oct. 28, 1925 



June 11, 1926 



Bagotville — 
Extension and repairs to wharf 

Cap de la Madeleine — 
Improvements to wharf 

Caughnawaga — 
Reconstruction of wharf in concrete. 

Chandler- 
Extension to landing- wharf 

DesJardins — 
Reconstruction of wharf 

Doucet's Landing- 
Dredging , 



Elz6ar M6thot & Nap. Fouinier. 

O. & J. Poliquin 

H. Gravel 

Farley & Grant 

Farley & Grant 



Father Point — 

Repairs and improvements to wharf 

Lachine — 
Reconstruction of downstream part of C.N 
Railway wharf. 
Maria — 
Reconstruction of portion of superstructure 
of wharf. 
Matane — 

Reconstruction of superstructure and im- 
provements to wharf. 
Nicolet — 
Dredging channel 



The National Dock and Dredging 
Corp., Ltd. 



Cloutier & Gaudreau . 
Farley & Grant 



Oct. 13, 
Oct. 27, 
Oct. 21, 
Deo. 15, 
Sept. 21, 
June 18, 

Oct. 2.3, 
Sept. 10, 



Peter Nadeau & Sons Reg'd. 
Ludger Lemieux Limitfee 



Repairs to jetty 

Port au Saumon — 

Reconstruction of portion of wharf. 
Rivifere du Loup (en haut) — 
Dredging channel . . . 



The National Dock & Dredging 
Corporation, Ltd. 



Charles E Pag6 & L4on Pag6 . 
Ludger Lemieux Limitfie 



Rivifere St. Francois and He aux Raisins- 
Dredging two channels 



Rivifere St. Franpois- 
Dredging channel. . 



The National Dock & Dredging 
Corporation, Ltd. 



Aimfe Laperri^re. 
Aim6 Laperrifere. 



Nov. 21, 
Nov. 13, 
Sept. 14, 

Feb. 15, 
Nov. 7, 
Sept. 21, 

June 17, 
July 17, 



1926 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 

1925 
1925 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1926 
1925 
1925 

1925 
1925 



$8.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), $1.06 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" scow 
meas. 

16. 00 per cu-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), $0.42 per 
cu.-yd. clas8"B" (scow 
meas.) 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

S8.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
scow meas.)(, $0.49 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.) 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 



Dredging channel at mouth of river in lake Aim6 Laperrifere. 
St. Pierre. 



Sorel— 

Reconstruction of portion of wharf 

Dredging Lanctot basin 

St. Andrf— 
Wharf repairs 

St. Antoine de Tilly- 
Reconstruction of wharf 

St. Laurent, Isle of Orleans — 

Repairs to wharf 

Ste. Pfitronille— 
Wharf repairs and improvements 

Trois Rivi feres — 

Construction of steel freight shed on quay 
Bureau . 
Valleyfield— 

Dredging channel in lake St. Frangois. . 



Jackson Construction Co., Ltd. . . 
The National Dock & Dredging 
Corporation, Ltd. 

Ludger Lemieux Limitfee 

Napol6on Trudel & fils 

Napol6on Trudel & fils 

Ludger Lemieux and Odilon 
Roberge. 

Bruno J. Trfepanier 

Les Chantiers Manseau 



Aug. 29, 1925 



Aug. 19, 
Sept. 14, 



Nov. 7, 
Aug. 27, 
Aug. 4, 
Nov. 7, 



1925 
1925 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



Oct. 13, 1925 
Sept. 21, 1925 



Unit prices. 



$4.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), $0.35 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.). 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

.$4.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), $0.35 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.). 

$0.30 per cu.-yd. class "B" 
(place meas.) for both. 

1.95 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), SO. 45 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (scow 
meas). 
•$0.95 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(place meas.), $0.30 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (place 
meas.). 

Unit prices . 

$0.34iper cu.-yd. class "B" 
(scow meas.). 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 



$39,800 00 



$9.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(place meas.), $0.85 per 
cu.yd. class "B" (place 
meas.) 



CONTRACTS LET, 1926-26 



173 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926 — Continued 



Place and Description of Work 



Name of CJontractor 



Date 

of 

Contract 



Amount 



Harboubs and Rivehs — Continued 

Ontario 
Belle River — 
Dredping channel and basin 



Bowmanville — 
Dredging channels at Bowmanville, 
Cobourg, Toronto teastern and western 
channels). 



St. Clair Dredge and Construction 
Co., Ltd. 



National Sand and Material Co. 
Ltd. 



Aug. 6, 1925 



May 29, 1925 



Burlington — 
Extension to breakwater 

Burlington Channel — 
Reconstruction of portion of south pier. 

Chatham (McGregor's creek) — 

Repairs to revetment wall 

Chute k Blondeau — 

Reconstruction of public wharf 

Cobourg — 

Repairs to east pier 

See Bowmanville for dredging contract 
Collingwood — 

Dredging harbour 



Reconstruction of part of western break 
water. 
Cumberland — 
Reconstruction of wharf 



The Randolph Macdonald Co., 
Ltd. 

The Randolph Macdonald Co., 
Ltd. 

Ralph Keemle 

Joseph Lalonde 

A. A. Outram 



The C. S. Boone Dredging and 
Construction Co., Ltd. 



Nov. 18, 

July 30, 

Sept. 17, 
Oct. 26, 
April 20, 



1925 

1925 

1925 
1925 
1925 



June 20, 1925 



Farley & Grant . 



Gananoque — 
Dredging channel between Tidd's island 
and Hay island. 



Goderich — 
Reconstruction of portion of breakwater. . 
Dredging harbour and channel 

Construction of mooring wharf 

Honey Harbour — 

C<Mistruction of wharf and approach 

Kincardine — 

Dredging channel and between entrance 
piers. 



Grant Brothers Construction Co., 
Ltd. 

The Randolph Macdonald Co., 
Ltd. 



Farley & Grant. 
W. L. Forrest... 



Repairs to piers 

Meaford — 
Dredging harbour. 



Reconstruction of portion of east break- 
water. 
Midland- 
Dredging harbour and removal of shoal 
spots at Tiffin elevator. 



Construction of wharf and dredging in 
approaches. 



Jackson Construction Co., Ltd. . 
George W. Rayner 



The Randolph Macdonald Co. 
Ltd. 



John & David Keys. 



The C. S. Boone Dredging and 

Construction Co., Ltd. 
Myles Carver 



Oct. 1, 
Aug. 8, 
Aug. 31, 



June 19, 
June 20, 



June 22, 
Oct. 23, 
June 23, 

July 17, 
Sept. 5, 
Nov. U, 



1925 



1925 



1925 



1925 
1925 



1925 



$0.58 per cu.-yd. class "B" 
(scow meas.), $0.38 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (place 
meas.). 

$0.52 per cu.-yd. cla8s"B" 
(place meas.) for Bow- 
manville, $0.50 per cu.- 
yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.) for Cobourg, 
$0.40 per cu.-yd. class 
"B" (scow meas.) for 
Toronto (eastern chan- 
nel), $0.40 per cu.-yd. 
class "B" (place meas.) 
for Toronto (western 
channel). 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 
Unit pric«s. 



S14.12percu.-yd. class "A" 
(place meas.), $0.90 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (place 
meas.). 

Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 



$5.00 per cu.-yd. class "A ' 
\place meas.), $0.65 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (place 
meas.). 

Unit prices. 

$3.17 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), $0.45 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.). 

Unit prices. 



The Randolph Macdonald Co., 
Ltd. 



Macdonald Engineering Co. of 
Canada, Ltd. 



1925 Unit prices. 

1925 ?5.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.), $0.53 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.). 

1925 Unit prices. 



1925 
1925 



Sept. 3, 1925 



Dec. 21, 1925 



$0.52 per cu.-yd. class "B" 

(scow meas.). 
Unit prices. 



$5.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(scow meas.) Midland 
harbour, $5.00 per cu.- 
yd. class "A" (scow 
meas.) Tiffin elevator, 
$10 per cu.-yd. for solid 
rock (place meas.), $0.58 
per cu.-yd. class "B" 
(scow meas.) Midland 
harbour, $0.90 per cu.- 
yd. class "B" (scow 
meas.) Tiffin elevator. 

Unit prices. 



174 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926 — Continued 



Place and Description of Work 



Name of Contractor 



Date 

of 

Contract 



Amount 



Harbours and Rivers — Continued 
Ontario — Concluded 



Oshawa — 
Harbour improvements . 



Owen Sound — 
Dredging harbour, channel and slip. 



Thunder Bay Harbour Improve- 
ment Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Dredging Co., Ltd 



Sept. 5, 1925 



June 29, 1925 



Construction of close pile harbour wall 

Penetanguishene — 

Dredging channel at Breithaupt Leather 
Company's wharf. 
Port Burwell — 

Reconstruction of portion of east pier 

Construction of rubble wall between outer 

end of west pier and inner end of west 

breakwater. 

Port Stanley — 

Harbour improvements 

Saugeen River — 

Construction of landing block 

Sault Ste. Marie — 
Dredging slip at government wharf 



Toronto — 
Reconstruction of portion of superstructure 

of west pier of eastern channel. 
See Bowmanville for dredging contract. 

Manitoba 

Dauphin Beach^ 

Reconstruction of public wharf 

Delta- 
Construction of protection works across 
mouth of Portage creek at southern end of 
lake Manitoba. 
Victoria Beach — 
Extension to public wharf 



J. E. Woolrich and R. H. Brigham 
Thtophile Light 



Thunder Bay Harbour Improve- 
ment Co., Ltd. 
William Bermingham & Son. . . 



Wm. Bermingham & Son. 
William Hunter 



The Soo Dredging and Construe 
tion Co., Ltd. 



Port Arthur Construction Co., 
Ltd. 



Oct. 23, 
Nov. 18, 

Aug. 28, 
Dec. 15, 

July 16, 
Oct. 27, 
Sept. 28, 



1925 
1925 

1925 
1925 



1925 
1925 
1925 



Nov. 26, 1925 



Isaac Silverwood 

La Cour & Schioler. 



Dec. 28, 
Nov. 28, 



1925 
1925 



Macaw & Macdonald . 



Dec. 21, 1925 



British Columbia 

Blubber Bay — 

(Texada Island) — Construction of pile bent 
and timber decking wharf. 
Campbell River — 

Repairs to wharf 



R. Bumstead. 



Clayoquot— 

Repairs to wharf and approach. 



Columbia River — 
Construction of rock mound submerged 
dams and removal of portion of Deer 
Rock. 
Courtenay River — 

Dredging 



The Vancouver Pile Driving & 
Contracting Co., Ltd. 

James McDonald & Thomas Wi 
ther. 

Alfred H. Green 



Oct. 27, 
Sept. 17, 
Oct. 26, 
Oct. 26, 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



Esquimalt — 

Construction of transformer house 

Intsallation of an air compressor plant 

False Bay Lasqueti Island — 

Construction of pile bent and timber deck- 
ing wharf. 
Fraser River (North Arm) — 

Extension to jetty 



Arnett Dredging Towing and Sal 
vage Co., Ltd. 



Hodgson, King & Marble 

Canadian IngersoU-Rand Co., Ltd. 



June 25, 1925 



William Greenlees . 



Haney — 

Reconstruction of pile bent and timber 
decking wharf. 

Mission- 
Reconstruction of wharf 



North Vancouver, B.C.- 
Re. dry dock 



The Vancouver Pile Driving and 
Contracting Co., Ltd. 

Fraser River Pile Driving Co., 
Ltd. 

The Vancouver Pile Driving and 
Contracting Co., Ltd. 

Burrard Dry Dock Co., Ltd.. . 



June 18, 
Jan. 30, 

Jan. 11, 
Dec. 1, 
Nov. 21, 
Aug. 6, 
April 4, 



1925 
1926 

1926 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



Unit prices. 

$6.00 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(place meas.), $0.43 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (place 
meas. ). 

Unit prices. 

$0.80 per cu.-yd. class "B' 
(place meas.). 

Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

$5.80 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(place meas.), $1.42 per 
cu.-yd. class "B" (place 
meas.). 

Unit prices. 



Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 

Unit prices. 

$5,849 00 
Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 
Unit prices. 

$0.17 per cu. yd. class "B" 
(place meas.). 

8,985 00 
Unit prices. 

5,458 00 
Unit prices. 

4,477 00 
3,980 00 



Consent to assignment half 
yearly paymients on ac- 
count of subsidy. 



CONTRACTS LET, 1925-i 



175 



Statement No. 1. — Contracts let by the Department of Public Works of 
Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926 — Concluded 



Place and Description of Work 



Name of Contractor 



Date 

of 

Contract 



Amount 



HARBomts AND RrvEHs — Concluded 

British Columbia — Concluded 

North Vancouver, B.C. — Concluded 
Re. dry dock 

Pitt Lake- 
Reconstruction of wharf 

Port Clements — 

Repairs to wharf 

Riondel — 

Construction of public wharf 

Steveston — Fraser River^ 

Construction of north dyke No. 1 

Victoria Harbour — 
Dredging at Lemon & Gonnason Go's., 
Walker & Son's and Cameron Lumber 
Go's wharves. 



Victoria Harbour — (Hospital Rock) — 
Dredging 

Westbank— (District of Yale)— 

Reconstruction of wharf 

DtiGDaEs, Vessels and Plant 

Dredge "Mastodon" No. 306— 
Docking, painting and repairing 

Dredge P.W.D. No. lift- 
Repairs 

Scows — 
Construction of two steel flat deck scows 
Construction of two steel hopper scows.. 

Tug Storm King — 
Repairs to hull 



Burrard Dry Dock Co., Ltd.. . 

Fraser River Pile Driving Co., 
Ltd. 

Malcolm Milloy 

Alfred H . Green 

Fraser River Pile Driving Co.,. 
Ltd. 

The Pacific Construction Go. , Ltd 



Sept 


30, 


1925 


Consent to assignment 
half yearly payments on 
account of subsidy. 


Aug. 


6, 


1925 


t 2,491 71 


Aug. 


7, 


1925 


Unit prices. 


Feb. 


19, 


1926 


6,425 00 


Oct. 


26, 


1925 


Unit prices. 



Oct. 9, 1925 



Northwestern Dredging Co., Ltd. 



Farquhar R. McCharles & Colin 
F. McDougall. 



Burrard Dry Dock Co., Ltd. . . 

Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing 
Co., Ltd. 



Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd 

Sydney Foundry and Machine 
Works, Ltd. 

Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing 
Co., Ltd. 



Jan. 
Oct. 



Aug. 
Jan. 



16, 1926 



3, 1925 



3, 1925 
22, 1926 



$0.32 per cu.-yd. class "B" 
(place meas.). 

Lemon & Gonnason Go's, 
wharf. $0.35 per cu.-yd. 
class "B" (place meas.). 
Walker & Son's wharf. 
$0.38 per cu.-yd. class 
"B" (place meas.). Ca- 
meron Ivumber Go's 
wharf. 

$7.90 per cu.-yd. class "A" 
(place meas.). 

7,500 00 



6,490 00 
15,726 00 



Apr. 
May 



1, 1925 
1, 1925 



Jan. 22,1926 



30,425 00 
49,940 00 



5,408 00 



THE FOLLOWING ITEM WAS RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR INSERTION IN 
LAST YEAR'S ANNUAL REPORT 1924-1925 



British ColunAxa 

Esquimalt — 
Supply of electric enerffy for operation of 
new dry dock. 



British Columbia Electric Rail- 
way Co., Ltd. 



Mar. 7, 1925 



$2,000.00 per month and 
an energy charge of 1 ct. 
per kilowatt hour. 



176 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Statement No 2. — Properties purchased or sold by the Department of Public 
Works of Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926. 



Place and Description 


Vendor 


Purchaser 


Date of 


For What Purpose 


Price 


of Property 






Conveyance 






Nova Scotia 












Bayfield— 












Land containing 2-9 acres 


Alexander D. Chis- 
holm et ux. 


His Majesty 


Oct. 9, 1925 


Government pur- 
poses. 


S 100 


Bayport (Middle South)— 
Wharf land and land covered 












Henry M. Nass et al. 


His Majesty 


Oct. 5, 1925 


Government pur- 


750 00 


with water. 








poses. 




Chimney Comer- 












Two parcels of land along shore. 


George V. Evans et 
ux. 


His Majesty — 


Sept 1925 


Government pur- 
poses. 


250 00 


Chris Cove — 












Land, approximately 2 acres. . . 


Archie Condon et al. 


His Majesty. . . . 


June 30, 1925 


Government pur- 
poses. 


35 00 


Grand Etang— 












Right of way on eastern and 


His Majesty 


David J. Dou- 


Aug. 24, 1925 


Private enterprise. . 


Free Grant. 


western sides and across the 




cette. 








waters in connection with 












bridge. 












Great Village- 












Land and right of way contain- 


Agnes J. Schott & 


His Majesty 


Aug. 14, 1925 


Wharf site 


240 00 


ing 1-4 acres more or less. 


Harry S. Schott. 










Little Judique Ponds- 












Land containing 1 • 7 acres, more 


Notice of expropria- 


His Majesty 


July 6, 1925 


Wharf site 




or less. 


tion. 










Lower Sandy Point- 












Land containing 0-57 acres, on 


Joshua Goodick 


His Majesty 


Nov. 4, 1925 


Government pur- 


125 00 


western side of public road. 








poses. 




Main-i-Dieu^ 












Land containing 0-17 acres, also 


Margaret A. McDou 


-His Majesty 


Oct. 17, 1925 


Government pur- 


1 00 


land covered with water. 


gall & James Mc- 
Dougall. 






poses. 




New Harris — 












Lots 1 and 2 


Alexander McLeod. 


His Majesty 


Jan. 24, 1925 


Government pur- 
poses. 


1 00 






Parrsboro— 












Land, being portion of lot 8 


.Notice of expropria- 


His Majesty 


July 4, 1925 


Public wharf 




area: f acre more or less. 


tion. 










Land, being portion of lot 8, 


Notice of expropria- 


His Majesty. . . . 


Sept. 11, 1925 


Public wharf site... . 




area f acre more or less. 


tion. 










Short Beach- 












Land containing 6-10 acre more 


Hartley Harris et ux 


His Majesty 


Jan. 20, 1926 


Government pur- 


1 00 


or less. 








poses. 




St. Margaret's — 












Government Telegraph office 


His Majesty 


Roman Catho- 


July 16, 1925 


Private enterprise. . 


800 00 


property. 




lic Episcopal 
Corporation of 
Antigonish. 








West La Have Ferry- 












Land containing 1,350 sq. ft... 


Henry J. Pemette, 
etux. 


His Majesty 


Nov. 17, 1925 


Government pur- 
poses. 


1 00 


Windsor — 












Parcel of land and right of way. 


Thomas B. Akins & 
Susan A. Akins. 


His Majesty 


May 29, 1925 


Government pur- 
poses. 


1,800 00 


New Brunswick 












Chipman (Parish) — 












Certain lot of land 


Laura Mungall 


His Majesty. . . . 


Dec. 11, 1925 


Public building site. 


500 00 


Courtenay Bay- 












Release of all claims re. dam- 


The Grand Trunk 
Pacific Develop- 


His Majesty 


Jan. 19, 1926 






ages in filling in. 








ment Co., Ltd. 










Escuminac — 












Land containing 63-100 of an 


Harrison T. Smith 


His Majesty 


Aug. 17, 1925 


Government pur- 


100 00 


ticre. 


and Annie W. 
Smith. 






poses. 




Grand Harbour (Ingall's Head)- 












Land containing 1 • 6 acres 


Willard A. Ingalls, 
et ux. 


His Majesty 


Aug. 31, 1925 


Government pur- 
poses. 


350 00 


Moncton— 












Certain parcel of land 


John W. McManus... 


His Majesty. . . . 


Sept. 9, 1925 


Public building site. 


1 00 


Nelson (Parish) — 












Land containing 0-115 of an 


Frank Verriker et 


His Majesty 


Oct. 31, 1925 


Government pur- 


500 00 


acre. 


ux. 






poses. 




Petit Rocher— 












Portion (5,000 sq. ft.) of right 


Department of Rail- 


Public Works 


Sept. 26, 1925 


Approach to wharf. 


Transferred 


of way of abandoned wharf. 


ways and Canals. 


Department. 






by Order in 
Council. 


Port Elgin- 












Certain lot of land 


Notice of expropria- 


His Majesty 


Feb. 12, 1926 


PubUc building site. 






tion (S.C. Hay- 












ward's Sons Lim- 












ited.) 











PROPERTIES PURCHASED OR SOLD, 1925- 



177 



Statement No 2. — Propyerties purchased or sold by the Department of Public 
Works of Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926.— Coniiwwed 



Place and Description 
of Property 



Vendor 



Purchaser 



Date of 
Conveyance 



For What Purpose 



Price 



New Brunswick — Concluded 

Shediac— 
Parcel of land and premises on 
south side of Main street. 
St. John- 
Land on western side of har- 
bour containing 1-35 acres 
St. John- 
Wharf property 16,185 sq. ft.. . . 



Quebec 

Father Point (Parish) — 

Part of range 1 of the Seigniory 
Lessard. 
Kenogami — 

Part of lots 24-121 and 24-122. . . 

Limoilou — 

Lot 205, subdivision No. 508, 
official cadastre of St. Roch- 
Nord de Quebec. 

Lot 206, subdivision No. 508, 
official cadastre of St. Roch- 
Nord de Qufebec. 

Lot 207, subdivision No. 508, 
official cadastre of St. Roch- 
Nord de Quebec. 

Lots 208,209 and 210, subdivi- 
sion No. 508, official cadas- 
tre of St. Roch-Nord de Que- 
bec. 
Malbaie^ 

Right of way connecting wharf 
with public highway. 
Maniwaki — 

Lots 81 and 83, area 41-100 acre. 

Mount Laurier — 
Lot 708 and part of lots 709 and 
712. 



Notre- Dame des Graces — 
Deed of Rectification re. part of 
lots 168 and 169. 
Port-au-Persil — 
Lot 34 of official cadastre of St 
Simeon. 
Port-au-Saumon — 
Certain beach and water lot at 
mouth of Port-au-Saumon R: 
ver. 
Ste. Pfetronille— 
Lots 235, 234 and part of 233, at 
Ste. P6tronille, I.O. 

Ville-Marie— 
Lot 478 in connection with con- 
struction of dam — Release of 
all claims re damages. 
Waterloo — 
Lots 469-2, 470-1 and part of lot 
469-1. 

Ontario 

Leamington- 
Lots 9 to 13, north side of Mel- 
rose avenue. 
Lots 9 to 13, north side of Mel- 
rose avenue. 
Mitchell's Baj' — 
Mud Creek Shooting Club pro- 
perty. 



Mud Creek Shooting Club pro- 
perty. 
26240—12 



His Majesty 

The City of St. John 
His Majesty 



David McWilliams 
el al. 

Joseph O. Lacroix. . 



Aurfele Lamontagne 

Joseph A. Lamon- 
tagne. 

Ir6n6e John 



Comte Henri Visart 
de Bocarm6. 



His Majesty 

J. Ohvier Hubert. 



Bemadette Lafon- 
taine, wife of the 
late Melchior For- 
get. 

Ernest R. D6cary. . 



Rosalie McLaren ei 
al. 

Provincial Govern- 
ment of Quebec. 



La Compagnie Mari 
time et Industriel- 
le de L^vis . 

Celestin Amesse. 



Hormidas Forand et 



Certificate of title. 

George Gascoyne et 
uz. 

A. L. Malone, T. B 
Greening, J. F. Mi- 
chie, James Dou- 
glas, W. S. Green- 
ing and The Mud 
Creek Shooting 
Club. 

Malone, Malone & 
Montgomery. 



Alphonse T. Le- 
Blanc. 

His Majesty — 
City of St. John 



His Majesty... 
His Majesty. . . 
His Majesty. . . 
His Majesty. . . 
His Majesty... 
His Majesty. . . 



Municipality of 
Malbaie, P.Q 

His Majesty. . . 



His Majesty — 

His Majesty 

His Majesty — 



Dominion Gov- 
ernment of 
Canada. 

His Majesty. . . 



His Majesty. 
His Majesty. , 



His Majesty. 
His Majesty. 

His Majesty. 



His Majesty. 



May 7, 

June 4, 

June 17, 

Mar. 22, 

Dec. 23, 

Jan. 8, 

Jan. 8, 

Jan. 8, 

Feb. 16, 

Sept. 24, 

Aug. 22, 

Dec. 7, 

Oct. 1, 

July 8, 

Mar. 24, 



1925 
1925 
1925 

1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 

1925 
1925 
1925 

1925 
1925 
1926 



In exchange for other 
lands. 

Government pur- 
poses. 

In exchange for other 
lands. 



Government pur- 
poses. 

Government pur- 
poses. 

Government pur- 



Government pur- 
poses. 

Government pur- 
poses. 

Government pur- 
poses. 



Government pur- 
poses. 

Government pur- 
poses. 



Grant. 

S 1 00 

Grant. 

600 00 
5,800 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
6,000 00 

Free grant. 
1,500 00 
3,500 00 



Government pur- 
poses. 

Wharf site 



June 26, 1925 



Mar. 11, 1926 



Nov. 27, 1925 



Dec. 22, 
Feb. 12, 



1925 
1926 



Government pur- 
poses. 

Government pur- 
poses. 

Government pur- 
poses. 



Warehouse site. 



500 00 
Free Grant. 

31,303 73 

150 00 

3,650 00 



April 23, 1925 



June 18, 1925 



Government purpo- 
ses. 

Re Minutes of settle- 
ment in connec- 
tion with expro- 
priation. 



Re Settlement of 
claim. 



2,500 00 



1,200 00 



178 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Statement No 2. — Properties purchased or sold by the Department of Public 
Works of Canada, from April 1, 1925, to March 31, 1926. — Continued 



Place and Description 
of Property 



Vendor 



Purchaser 



Date of 
Conveyance 



For What Purpose 



Price 



Ontario — Concluded 

McGregor's Creek — 

Release of all claims re damages 
in connection with dredging 
and building of revetment 
wall. 
New Liskeard — 
Certain lands in connection with 
Timiskaming dam. 



North Marysburgh — 

Part of northerly part of lot 22 

in First Concession, Bayside. 

Ottawa- — 

Release of lease of "Vimy 

Building and Annex." 

Owen Sound — 

Release of all claims re dam- 
ages to lands in connection 
with dredging lot 13. 

Part of lot 13 containing 103,561 
sq. ft. 



Port Arthur — 
Portion of water lot parcel 1135 



Port Colborne — 
Land containing 0-25 acre. 



T. H. Taylor & Co., 
Ltd. 



His Majesty. 



FVank Connor. 



Stouffville— 
Village lot 1 containing 6,123 
sq. ft. 
Toronto — 
Casualty Clearing Station pro- 
perty. 

Lot 14 and the westerly 10 ft. of 
lot 13, Casualty Clearing Sta- 
tion property. 

The easterly 40 ft. of lot 13, 
Rosedale Heights drive. Ca- 
sualty Clearing Station pro- 
perty. 

Lot 11 and the easterly 2 ft. 6 
inches of lot 12, Rosedale 
Heights drive, Casualty 
Clearing Station property. 

Westerly 47 ft. 6 inches of lot 12, 
Rosedale Heights drive. Ca- 
sualty Clearing Station pro- 
perty. 

Lots 6 and 7, Rosedale Heights 
drive, Casualty Clearing Sta^ 
tion property. 



Westerly40ft. of lotl8. 



Vimy Realty Com- 
pany. 

The Municipal Cor 
poration of the 
City of Owen 
Sound, Ont. 

The Municipal Cor- 
poration of the 
City of Owen 
Sound. 

Certificate of owner- 
ship. 

Notice of expropria- 
tion. 

Susie Hoover wife of 
Levi B. Hoover. 

His Majesty 

His Majesty 

His Majesty 

His Majesty 

His Majesty 

His Majesty 



Part of lot 20 in 2nd Concession 
from the Bay, Township of 
York. 

Southerly 150 ft. of lot 3, Rose- 
dale Heights drive. Casualty 
C