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Full text of "Report of the Auditor General to the House of Commons, report V (for the fiscal year ended 31 March 1913)"

4 GEORGE V. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



A. 1914 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

1912-13 



PART V 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

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Pt. V. 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Civil Government. 

M i nist er 

Civil Government Salaries 

" Contingencies 



Chargeable to Capital. 

Public Buildings — 

Ottawa Astronomical Observatory: Additional buildings, &c 

Ottawa Dominion Archives Building: to pay Wm. H. McGillivray, 
contractor for the erection of building, interest at 5 p.c. upon 
balance due in final estimate ($2,341.68) from date of same, 

Dec. 7, 1906, up to date of payment, April 25, 1911 

Ottawa Eastern Block: Addition 

Ottawa New Departmental Buildings and sites therefor , 

Ottawa Victoria Memorial Museum 

Toronto New Dominion Buildings 



Harbours and Rivers — 

Bare Point Breakwater, Port Arthur, Ont 

Port Arthur and Fort William : Harbour and River Improvements 

Quebec Harbour: Improvements 

Quebec Harbour: Levis Deep Water Wharf 

Red River: St. Andrews Lock and Dam: Construction of Ap- 
proach '. 

St. John Harbour, N.B.: Improvements 

Tiffin Harbour, Ont.: Improvements — .' 

Victoria Harbour, Ont. : Improvements 

Vancouver Harbour, B.C.: Improvements 

Victoria Harbour B.C.: Improvements 



Chargeable to Income. 

Public Buildings, Nova Scotia — 

Amherst Public Building Addition — Improvements 

Baddeck Public Building — Tower Clock 

Halifax Detention Hospital — Improvements 

Halifax Dominion Buildings — Improvements 

Halifax Post Office— Water Rates 

Halifax Quarantine Station, Lawlor's Island — New buildings, &c 
Halifax Public Buildings: Government share of cost of permanent 
pavement, laid by municipality, opposite Post Office and Cus- 
tom House 

Inverness Post Office: retaining wall and sidewalks 

Kentville Public Building — Improvements — Clock 

Lunenburg Public Buildings — Fittings. 

Middleton Public Building 

Parrsboro Public Building 

Shelburne Public Building 

Windsor Public Building: Tower clock 

Wolfville Public Building 



Public Buildings, Prince Edward Island — 

Summerside Armoury 

Summerside Public Building: new roof, addition, heating, &c . 
Tignish Public Building 



Public Buildings ,New Brunswick — 

Campbellton Public Building 

Chatham Public Building: Enlargement.. 

Fairville Public Building. 

Fredericton Public Building 

Grand Falls Public Building 

Hampton Public Building 

Hartland Public Building 

Hillsborough Public Building 

Milltown Public Building 

Shediac Public Building: to purchase site. 



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7,000 00 

400,860 50 

29,826 89 



19,873 27 



512 91 

134,548 25 

999,961 38 

86,912 63 

80,648 90 



198,660 20 

999,743 61 

207,650 06 

81,129 54 

36,904 62 
1, 100,155 02 
113,159 07 
170, 173 84 
487,972 18 

14,919 24 



1,089 30 

399 84 

737 05 

3,856 72 

1,000 00 

5,862 70 



1,713 02 
1,255 00 
1,752 00 
1,760 83 
2,500 00 

14,998 00 

580 00 

1,475 00 

13,278 40 



3,234 17 
5 11 

15,297 23 



7,953 74 

224 90 
9,827 12 

366 91 
5,717 81 

772 80 

6,446 63 

10,508 59 

2,113 81 

999 25 



437,687 39 



1,322,457 34 



3,410,467 38 



52,257 86 



18,536 51 



Carried forward. 



44,931 56 5,241,406 48 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 3 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt. V. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 
-Con. 



Public Buildings, New Brunswick 

St. George Public Building 

St. John Dominion Buildings: Improvements, repairs, &c 

St. John Drill Hall 

St. John Immigration Detention Hospital: to pay C. H. and G. F. 

Brennan interest at 5 p.c. on delayed payments of $11,666.07, 

balance of purchased property 

St. John New Post Office 

St. John Quarantine Station, Partridge Island: New buildings, 

repairs, &c 

St. John Quarantine Station, Partridge Island: Maintenance of 

water service , 

Tracadie Lazaretto — House, &c , 



Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces, Generally: 
&c 



Renewals, repairs, 



Public Buildings, Quebec — 

Arthabaska Public Building 

Beauport Public Building 

Coaticook Public Building: Repairs 

East Angus Public Building 

Fraserville Armoury — to complete 

Gaspe Public Building 

Grand Mere Public Building 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station — New buildings 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station — Repairs and Improvements, &c. . 

Joliette Public Building: Improvements 

Levis Armoury and Gun Shed 

Louiseville Public Building 

Maisonneuve Public Building 

Marieville Public Building 

Matane Public Building 

Megantic Public Building 

Montreal Public Buildings — 

Customs Examining Warehouse (new) 

Customs Express Building (old) : Repairs 

New Barracks 

New Detention Hospital. 

New Ordnance Depot 

General Post Office: Addition, enlargement, repairs, &c 

Branch Post Office, Notre Dame St., West 

Eastern Postal Station 'C 

Postal Station 'B,' (New), to replace Station 'B' on St 
Catherine St., West 

Postal Station "F,"Westmount 

Postal Station in Emard Ward (Cote St. Paul) 

Postal Station, St. Lawrence Central 

Public Buildings, Generally: Improvements, repairs, &c 

Murray Bay Public Building 

Napierville Public Building 

Quebec City: Public Buildings — 

Citadel: Alteration and Improvements 

Custom House 

Drill Hall Extension 

Immigration Building on Louise Embankment 

Ordnance Stores, Foot of Palace Hill 

Post Office— Enlargement 

Rigaud Public Building 

Roberval Public Building 

Rock Island Public Building [ 

Shawenegan Public Building 

Sherbrooke Post Office: Re-arrangement of wiring system. 

Sorel Public Building: Repairs to heating apparatus 

Ste. Agathe des Monts Public Building 

St. Gabriel de Brandon Public Building 

St. Lambert Public Building [ 



Carried forward. 

1— Hv 



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¥ 



44,931 56 



1,627 75 

4, 170 56 

129,257 03 



230 13 

722 02 

11,891 39 

2,142 81 
3,511 16 



14,561 11 

2,535 24 

888 00 

5,037 52 

1,862 40 

1,293 40 

10,112 85 

40,252 67 

7,092 27 

260 00 

27,456 82 

3,060 59 

516 72 

7,721 01 

202 65 

9,742 05 

48,224 60 

710 58 

393 25 

25,053 95 

1,212 28 

199,999 56 

22,091 30 

53,722 21 

282,203 80 
28,526 11 
20,273 9? 
25,024 25 
10,053 16 
7,964 70 
2,039 20 

12,572 09 

92,501 18 

681 19 

199,790 57 

35 00 

2,621 54 

9,802 05 

4,226 43 

15,995 38 

18,822 65 

1,090 80 

944 03 

2,074 55 

2,079 08 

20,616 40 



5,241,406 48 



198,484 41 
15, 120 72 



1,243,941 11 5,455,011 61 



V-4 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings, Quebec— Concluded. 

St. Laurent Public Building 

Ste. Therese Public Building 

Thetford Mines Public Building: Electric wiring and fixtures 

Three Rivers New Public Building: To replace buildings destroyed 

by fire, June 22, 1908. . : 

Verdun Public Building 

Weedon Station Public Building 

Generally: Repairs, Improvements, &c 



Public Buildings, Ontario — 

Acton Public Building 

Athens Public Building 

Aurora Public Building 

Aylmer Public Building 

Barrie Public Building: Addition and Alterations, &c 

Belleville Public Building: Improvements 

Berlin Public Building: Government share of cost of sewer con- 
nections and pavement laid by municipality 

Bowmanville Public Building: Improvements 

Bracebridge Public Building 

Bracebridge Public Building: To pay Mrs. Mary McCosh interest 
at 5 p. c. on delayed payments of S3, 300 and $700 of purchase 
price of site 

Brantford New Public Building 

Campbellford Public Building 

Chesley Public Building 

Collingwood Public Building 

Cornwall Public Building: New boilers 

Dresden Public Building and Tower Clock 

Dundas Public Building 

Durham Public Building 

Eganville Public Building 

Elmira Public Building 

Elora Public Building 

Essex Post Office 

Fergus Public Building 

Fort Frances Public Building 

Fort William: Custom House and Examining Warehouse 

Fort William Public Building: Enlargement 

Gananoque Post Office 

Godcrich Post Office: Addition and Imrpovements 

Grimsby Public Building 

Guelph Public Building: Government share of cost of sewer con- 
nections made and pavement laid by municipal authorities. . 

Hamilton Armouries: Balance due architect for supervising con- 
struction of building . 

Hamilton Examining Warehouse: Additions and improvements... 

Hamilton Public Building: Extension and improvements 

Hanover Public Building 

Harriston Public Building 

Hespeler Public Building 

Kemptville Public Building 

Kingston Custom House: Renewals and Repairs to building 

Kingston Post Office: Addition to building and alterations 

Kingston R. M. College: Additional dormitory accommodation 
for cadets 

Kingsville Public Building 

Lakefield Public Building 

Lindsay Drill Hall 

Lindsay Public Building: Tower clock, new boilers, &c 

Listowel Public Building 

London Post Office: Improvements 

London Post Office and Custom House: Government share of 
cost of new pavement laid on Richmond St 

Markham Public Building: Additional land 

Midland Public Building 



1,243,941 11 



294 37 

5,816 45 

43 59 

7,010 14 

53 80 

2,190 38 

20, 182 06 



2,814 32 
13,263 18 
2,012 00 
5,832 09 
4,633 18 
1,479 99 

402 66 

149 96 

66 47 



23, 



46 49 
846 38 

14 01 
799 77 
588 99 
344 21 
997 32 
499 14 
615 00 
605 85 
096 90 
297 80 
415 05 
427 84 
077 70 
118 20 
355 07 
887 13 
700 06 
549 24 



1,776 77 

1,024 71 

163 48 

2,464 04 

1,613 65 

9,619 29 

24 00 

2,070 36 

154 55 

30,526 98 

36,389 38 

29 19 

2,036 52 

170 87 

1,045 99 

18,557 83 

677 73 

431 74 

16 00 

9,123 14 



5,455,011 61 



,279 531 90 



Carried forward . 



380,852 22 



6,734,543 51 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 5 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forward , 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings, Ontario — Continued. 

Milton Public Building 

Milverton Public Building 

Mitchell Public Building 

Mount Forest Public Building 

Newmarket Public Building 

Niagara Falls Armoury 

Niagara Falls Public Building: Fittings, Improvements, &c 

Orillia Drill Hall 

Oshawa Drill Hall 

Oshawa Public Building: Addition 

Oshawa Public Building: Government share of cost of new pave- 
ments laid by municipality on King and Wellington Sts 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — 

Fittings, &c 

Improvements in lavatories, plumbing, &c 

Ottawa Parliament Buildings — 

Additional water service 

Driveway pavement 

Improvements 

Ottawa Public Buildings — 

Examining Warehouse 

Fuel testing Building: Enlargement of concentrating laboratory 

Major's Hill Park: To complete electric lighting 

Old Museum Building, Sussex St.: Alterations, &c 

Printing Bureau: Raise chimney, &c 

Palmerston Public Building 

Paris Public Building: Improvements, including tower and clock . . 

Pembroke Public Building: Additions, &c 

Perth Public Building 

Peterboro Post Office Building: Addition 

Port Arthur Armoury 

Port Arthur Custom House and Examining Warehouse 

Port Hope Public Building: Improvements 

Port Perry Public Building 

Preston Public Building 

Renfrew Public Building: Imporvements 

Sarnia Public Building: Improvements 

Sarnia Public Building: To provide for payment to municipal 

authorities Government share of local improvement taxes 

levied for pavement laid on Front St., opposite Post Office. . . . 
Sault Ste. Marie Public Building: Tower clock, elevator, painting, 

&c 

Seaforth Public Building 

Shelburne Public Building 

Steelton Public Building 

Stratford Public Building: Government share of cost of new pave- 
ments, sidewalks, &c, laid by municipal authorities 

Sudbury Public Building 

St. Catharines Public Building: Improvements 

Tilbury Public Building 

Tillsonburg Public Building 

Toronto Public Buildings — 

Custom House: Improvement 

Customs Examining Warehouse 

Military Buildings: Barracks for permanent corps, to replace 
property sold to city 

Military Buildings: New Stores Building 

Post Office: Additional storey 

Post Office: Garage for motor trucks for Post Office 

East Postal Station "G." 

North Postal Station 

Postal Station — Vicinity of College St. and Spadina Ave 

Generally: Renewals, Improvements, &c 

Uxbridge Public Building 

Walkerville Public Building 

Wallaceburg Public Building .' 



Carried forward. 



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70 

71 

71 
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70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
77 
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77 
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77 



380,852 22 



1,809 07 

44 00 

10,469 24 

6,031 88 

4,822 65 

9,999 41 

3,630 17 

83 70 

292 19 

1,094 14 

494 90 

25,024 73 
7,901 37 

1,356 62 
13,174 52 
10,966 31 



6,734,543 51 



,538 94 
,309 99 
, 138 32 
,929 23 
,005 44 
165 03 
160 65 
,803 99 
,792 45 
,709 43 
,961 54 
,426 87 
855 53 
,790 15 
045 47 
683 09 
178 80 



552 59 

7,958 03 

14,872 39 

1,256 00 

5,087 85 

1,130 40 
20,059 65 

2,554 48 
14,320 83 
14,690 31 

257 20 
18,684 39 

2,726 79 

500 00 

16,039 40 

631 71 

35,016 90 

25,139 21 

50,102 05 

5,014 74 

13,285 08 

50 00 

979 94 



1,046,451 62 



6,734,543 51 



V— 6 



-AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1915 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works.: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forawrd 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 



Public Buildings, Ontario Continued. 

Waterloo Public Building 

Watford Public Building 

Wiarton Public Building 

Wingham Public Building: Tower Clock. 
Generally: Repairs, Improvements, &c. 



Public Buildings, Manitoba — 

Brandon Public Building: Addition 

Carman Public Building 

Melita Public Building 

Minnedosa Public Building 

Morden Public Building 

Portage la Prairie Building 

Virden Public Building 

Winnipeg Public Buildings — 

Immigration Halls Nos. 1 and 2: Improvements to electric 
lighting, &c 

Public Building: pavements, sewers, inclusive of $873.77 inter- 
est, &c 

Renewals, repairs, improvements, &c 

Generally: Renewals, improvements, &c 



Public Buildings, Saskatchewan — 

Battleford Public Building 

Gravelbourg Telegraph Office, &c 

Humboldt Public Building 

Indian Head Forestry Nursery Station: Additional accommodation 

Llovdminster Public Building 

Melfort Public Building 

Moose Jaw Drill Hall 

Moose Jaw New Public Building 

North Battleford Public Building 

Prince Albert Saskatchewan Penitentiary 

Regina Armoury and Drill Hall 

Regina Public Building: to complete 

Saskatoon Nursery Station 

Weyburn Public Building \ 



Public Buildings, Alberta — 

Bassano Public Building. 

Calgary: Customs Examining Warehouse. 

Calgary: Immigration Building 

Calgary: Post Office Site and Buildings. . 

Edmonton Public Building 

Lethbridge New Public Building 

Medicine Hat Public Building 

Strathcona Armoury 

Strathcona Public Building 

Wetaskiwin Public Building 



Public Buildings, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Generally 
Improvements, &c 



Renewals 



Public Buildings, British Columbia — 

Ashcroft Public Building 

Chiliwack Public Building 

Comox Public Building 

Cranbrook Public Building 

Duncan's Station Public Building 

Fernie Drill Hall 

Grand Forks, Public Building 

Greenwood Public Building 

Kamloops Now Public Building 

Merritt Public Building 

Mission City Public Building 

Nanaimo Public Building: Extension. 

Carried forward 



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S7 



1,046,451 62 



17,418 86 

2,636*10 

106 86 

135 85 

19,996 89 



2,002 38 

18 55 

1,418 40 

436 79 

306 27 

12,884 90 

6,292 94 



2,026 67 

13,000 00 
5,047 76 
2,955 85 



4,271 48 

2,295 25 

25,000 00 

5, 145 24 

27,305 25 

30,011 20 

54 08 

99,943 10 

174 80 

236 20 

200 00 

9,845 35 

368 18 

25, 138 62 



38 59 

120,542 92 

22,969 40 

205,378 42 

4,631 94 

43,475 84 

500 48 

23,713 93 

17,393 83 

20,233 32 



1,527 25 

34,822 29 

4,105 16 

33,365 20 

10,069 65 

375 30 

28,226 45 

375 64 

147 95 

3,919 25 

2,501 50 

10,835 08 



6,734,543 51 



1,086,746 18 



46,390 51 



229,988 75 



458,878 67 
10,039 39 



130,270 72 8,566,587 01 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 7 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Brought forward . 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings, British Columbia — Concluded. 

Nelson Public Building: Addition 

New Westminster Examining Warehouse: Improvements 

New Westminster Public Building 

North Vancouver Public Building 

Prince Rupert Public Building 

Prince Rupert Quarantine Station 

Soda Creek Public Building 

Union Bay Public Building 

Vancouver Public Buildings — 

Drill Hall 

Examining Warehouse 

Old Post Office: sidewalks around building 

Postal Station 

Public Building: Improvements 

Sulphur Dioxode Fumigating Plant 

Vernon Public Building 

Victoria Public Buildings — 

Immigration Detention Hospital: Improvements, &c 

Post Office: Improvements, &c 

Sulphur Dioxide Fumigating Plant 

Williams Head- Quarantine Station: Improvements and Repairs 

to buildings and furniture, &c 

Generally: Renewals, Improvements, &c 



Page 

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Pt.V. 




Public Buildings Generally — 

Construction and Repairs of Immigration Buildings 

Experimental Farms: _ New buildings, repairs, renewals, &c, 
tobacco curing station, improvements, including reconstruction 
at Indian Head 

Fire Escapes for Dominion Public Buildings 

Flags for Dominion Public Buildings 

Public Buildings Generally 



Ottawa Public Buildings, Maintenance — 

Elevator attendants 

Gas and Electric Light (including Roads and Bridges) 

Grounds 

Heating: including salaries of engineers, firemen and watchman. 

Removal of snow (including Rideau Hall) 

Repairs, including ventilation, furniture, &c 

Telephone Service 



Rideau Hall, Maintenance — 

Allowance for fuel and light 

Improvements, furniture, grounds, &c 

Dominion Buildings, Maintenance — 

Fittings, furniture and general supplies 

Heating 

Lighting , 

Power for running elevators and stamp cancelling machines, &c. 

R^nts, Ottawa and other buildings , 

Salaries of caretakers, engineers, &c 

Supplies for caretakers, engineers, &c 

Water 



Dominion Cattle Quarantine Stations: Renewals, repairs, &c. 

Dominion Immigrant Buildings: Repairs, furniture, &c 

Dominion Quarantine Stations: Maintenance, &c 

Yukon Public Buildings: Rent, repairs, fuel, light, water, &c. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — 

Amherst — Wharf 

Anderson's Cove — Breakwater extension 

Annapolis Harbour Improvements: Ice piers 



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990 00 

13 00 

80,000 00 

74,697 10 

1,565 03 

2,305 25 



8,566,587 01 



13 70 




49,999 99 




214,019 82 




909 00 




25,119 75 




13,032 76 




2,600 00 




10, 192 47 




2,991 12 




9,223 47 




2,600 00 




19,961 41 




12,253 08 


658,589 78 




12,157 62 




84,959 90 




1,897 75 




1,982 57 




10,091 70 






111,089 54 




33,916 12 




59, 659 80 




20,043 60 




144, 106 09 




5,155 94 




276,972 33 




26,471 00 


566,324 88 


9,000 00 




67,089 44 






76,089 44 




98,458 92 




150,052 37 




144,954 86 




25,988 37 




340,011 74 




290,757 75 




17,039 50 




40,498 61 






1,107,762 12 




19,999 91 




14, 626 42 




203 80 




65,111 41 






99,941 54 




214 80 




2,999 59 




21,570 18 




24,784 57 


11,186,384 31 



V— 3 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Continued. 

Arichat: Retaining wall, to protect Government property 

Arisaig: to complete extension of wharf 

Avonport: Breakwater extension 

Bass River: Repairs to wharf 

Battery Point: Breakwater 

Bear River: Wharf 

Belliveau's Cove: Extension to north breakwater and dredging.. 

Blanch: Breakwater 

Boisdale: New Wharf 

Breen's Pond: Construction of Breakwater 

Brooklyn: Breakwater 

Brooklyn: Dredging 

Brule Wharf: Repairs and Extension 

Burke's Head : to complete breakwater 

Burlington: Wharf repairs 

Cap Rouge: Construction of Breakwater 

Caribou Island : Raising causeway 

Carr's Brook: Wharf 

Centreville, Cape Island: Wharf 

Centreville (Trout Cove) : Breakwater 

Chester: to complete canal 

Cole Harbour: Wharf 

Cottage Cove: Breakwater 

Cow Bay (Port Morien): completing protection works and general 
repairs 

Creignisn: Construction of landing pier 

Cribbin's Point: to complete repairs to wharf 

Crofts Cove: Repairs to boat landing 

Delap's Cove: Improvements to Breakwater 

Devil's Island: Breakwater Extension 

Digby Harbour: Improvements, including repairs and addition 
to pier 

Diligent River: Wharf 

Drum Head: Improvements to Wharf 

Duncan's Cove: Breakwater , 

East Chezzetcook: Breakwater 

East River: Dredging 

East Ship Harbour: Wharf 

Eastern Harbour (Cheticamp) Repairs to wharf 

Ecum Secum: Protection of faces of wharf with hardwood sheath- 
ing, &c : 

Eel Brook: Wharf 

Feltzen South: Breakwater in Spindler's Cove 

Findlay Point Harfeour: Repairs to wharf and beach protection. . 

Five Islands: Repairs to wharf 

Fox Island: Extension of Beach Protection work 

French River (North Shore) : Breakwater 

Frude's Point: Removal of rocks 

Gillis Point (East): Construction of wharf 

Grand Etang: Repairs to channel , 

Great Village: Construction of vessel berth at wharf 

Hall's Harbour: Breakwater Repairs 

Hampton Breakwater: To complete extension 

Hantsport and Walton Wharves 

Harbour au Bouche: Repairs to wharf 

Harbourville: Breakwater repairs 

Herring Cove: Wharf 

Inverness: Harbour Improvements 

Joggins Mines: Turning place on Breakwater 

Jones Harbour: Removal of rocks 

Kraut Point: Wharf 

Leonard's Cove: Breakwater 

Litchfield: Extension of Breakwater 

Little Anse: Construction of Breakwater 

Little Bras D'Or: Construction of Breakwater 

Little Harbour: Improvements 



Carried forward. 



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1,566 94 
2,000 00 
1,849 74 
2,634 48 
4,703 53 
1,699 98 

1.998 90 
66 90 

13,099 99 

49, 125 37 

698 57 

2,010 44 

15,085 00 

600 00 

16,518 50 

1,400 02 

97 23 

2,325 95 

37,500 10 

2,299 00 

22 55 

1,200 07 

2.999 99 
2,650 26 

1.000 45 

1.001 50 
1,375 49 

13,862 59 

5,640 93 
2,486 71 

492 94 
7, 120 00 
7,042 20 

535 31 
1,000 01 

199 35 

599 89 
1,020 50 

103 40 
1,000 00 

452 24 
1,894 84 
12 58 
3,227 25 
2,091 49 
3,000 00 

497 45 

785 54 

548 05 
38 14 

124 58 

' 999 05 

1,332 22 

2,596 90 

1,348 60 

900 00 
2,501 39 

899 83 

2,580 02 

15,972 50 

15 66 

1,457 31 



11,186,384 31 



277,295 64 



11,186,384 31 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 9 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Concluded. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Concluded. 

Little Narrows: To complete wharf 

Livingston's Cove: Extension of breakwater 

Louis Head: Extension and repairs to Breakwater 

Mabou: To continue construction of Breakwater 

Margaretville: Renewals and repairs to breakwater 

McNair's Cove: Extension and repairs to Breakwater Wharf 

Melford: Construction of wharf 

Meteghan: To restore and extend wharf 

Mill Creek: Repairs and improvements to wharf 

Mochelle: Wharf 

Mushaboom : Wharf 

Musquodoboit Harbour: Wharf 

Necumteuch: Repairs to wharf 

Neil's Harbour: Repairs to Breakwater 

New Haven: Repairs and extension to wharf 

North River: Improvement to wharf , 

Ogilvies : Wharf repairs 

Petite Riviere: Repairs to Breakwater 

Phinney's Cove: Breakwater Extension 

Piper's Cove: Breakwater pier 

Pleasant Bay: Repairs to wharf 

Porter's Lake: Boat channel to Three Fathom Harbour 

Port Dufferin Harbour: Wharf on west side 

PortGreville: Wharf 

Port Lome: Repairs and renewals to breakwater 

Port Mouton: recovering wharf 

Salmon River: Harbour protection works 

Sandy Cove: Breakwater repairs 

Scott's Bay: Breakwater extension and repairs 

Seaforth: Breakwater 

Seal Island: Wharf 

Sheet Harbour: East River wharf repairs 

Shelburne Wharf: To pay contractors Ronnan & Stewart, balance 

due, with interest at 5 per cent 

Smiley's Point: To complete breakwater 

Sober Island 

Spencer's Island: Repairs to wharf 

St. Joseph: Boat Harbour, protected by breakwater pier % 

Sterling Brook: Wharf ' 

Stony Island: repairing breakwater and constructing protection work 

Sydney Harbour: Protection works for South Bar 

Sydney Harbour, South Bar: Exchequer Court award 

Sydney Mines: Wharf at Barrington Cove 

Tancook Island: Repairs to wharf at North West Cove 

Tatamagouche: Renewal of wharf 

Tenecape Breakwater: Repairs 

The Wharves, Lunenburg Co. :Breakwater 

Three Fathom Harbour: Breakwater between two Islands 

Three Fathom Harbour: Renewals and repairs to breakwater 

Three Island Cove: To pay the W. J. Poupore Co., Ltd., in full and 

final settlement of claim for dredging 

Toney River: Extension of channel protection piers 

Tusket Wedge Wharf: Restoration and extension 

Victoria Pier: Extension and repairs 

Wallace: Repairs to wharf 

Wallace Harbour: Dredging. .'. 

Watt Settlement: Wharf 

West Advocate: Breakwater 

West Arichat Breakwater: Repairs 

West Chezzetcook: Breakwater pier 

West Chezzetcook: Breakwater repairs 

Western Head: repairs to breakwater 

Western Shore: Wharf 

Weymouth : Harbour improvements 

White Point: Breakwater — : 

Whitewater's: To complete repairs to wharf 

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277,295 64 



563 10 
2,000 54 
4,099 96 
2,087 10 
2,000 00 
1,302 06 
5,872 44 
4,507 72 
1,000 77 
26 45 

805 75 
1,528 57 

494 45 
1,698 79 
1,435 54 
1,419 41 

999 79 
2,395 87 
2,342 47 
1,992 93 
1,182 67 

217 00 
2,938 03 
4,828 73 
1,000 10 

346 54 

971 31 

792 29 
2,513 00 

244 73 
2,733 83 

571 02 

4,179 70 

2,209 29 

914 59 

1,600 73 

11,149 81 

1,419 32 

1,822 27 

612 80 

7,121 77 

11,002 19 

207 97 

891 84 

500 00 

2,005 96 

1,008 00 

2,000 00 

5,845 82 

1,603 12 

1,709 81 

3,553 52 

2,917 49 

1,459 85 

3,239 42 

16,892 00 

2,138 95 

1,223 25 

600 62 

1,493 01 

2,801 91 

5,622 39 

566 05 

997 01 



11,186,384 31 



435,519 06 11,186,384 31 



V— 10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Continued. 

Windsor: Harbour improvements 

Wolfville: protection works 

Wood's Harbour: Completion of breakwater at Fail's Point. 

Yarmouth Harbour: Improvements 

Generally: Repairs, improvements, etc 



Harbours and Rivers, Prince Edward Island — 

Bay View Pier: Repairs to pier 

Belle River: Wharf 

Cape Traverse: General repairs to wharf 

Cascumpec, or Gordon's Point: Wharf 

Cove Head : repairs to harbour works 

Crapaud : Repairs to Victoria pier 

Graham's Pond : Reconstruction of breakwater 

Grand River (North) Pier: Repairs 

Grand River South Wharf: Reconstruction, etc 

Head St. Peter's Bay: Reconstruction of wharf 

Hickey 's Wharf: Reconstruction and repairs 

Hurd's Point Pier: Repairs 

Miminegash Harbour: Improvements and repairs 

Naufrage Pond: Extension to breakwater and deepening channel 

approach 

New London: Repairs to harbour works 

Nine Mile Creek Pier: Repairs 

North Cardigan: Repairs to pier 

North River, Franklyn Point: Wharf 

Port Selkirk: Reconstruction and repairs to pier 

Pownal: Repairs to wharf 

Red Point Wharf: Completing repairs and enlarging pier head 

Robinson's Island: Repairs to breakwater 

Souris: Extension of breakwater 

Southport Wharf: Reconstruction 

St. Peter's Bay: Repairs to breakwater 

Tignish Harbour: Extension of Harbour channel protection piers, 

inwardly and repairs 

Tracadie: Construction of breakwater 

Vernon River Pier (South) : Reconstruction and repairs , 

Wood Islands: Extension of southern breakwaters 

Generally: Repairs, improvements, etc 



Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick — 

Albert: Wharf , 

Anderson's Hollow: General repairs to breakwater wharf , 

Bathurst: Full and final settlement of claims of A. & R. Loggie for 

dredging performed at Bathurst, Loggieville and Caraquet., 
Black River: Renewal of superstructure, &c. of breakwater pier. . , 

Black River: Wharf 

Buctouche: To repair breakwaters and breastworks 

Campbellton: Deep water wharf: Accommodation 

Campbellton: Head block to Market Wharf 

Cape Bald: Breakwater pier 

CapeTormentine: Repairing and strengthening breakwater 

Castalia: Breakwater 

Chance Harbour: Improvements to breakwater 

Chatham: Repairs to custom house wharf , 

Chockfish River: Extension of breakwater at mouth 

Dalhousie Harbour: Breakwater 

Dipper Harbour: Extension of breakwater , 

Dorchester: Wharf Improvements 

Fairhaven: To rebuild pier-head 

Gardner's Creek: Repairs to harbour works , 

Goose Creek Harbour: Breakwater 

Grande Anse: New groyne , 

Grandique: Wharf. . , 



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435,519 06 



446 46 

2,285 79 

1,800 00 

32,679 60 

35,497 4S 



401 02 
1,128 65 

785 28 
2,631 00 
1,190 68 

499 97 
1,241 71 

497 67 

4,475 00 

2 24 

486 13 

969 25 
932 32 

7,306 75 

1,271 95 
497 31 
480 08 

1,190 58 
694 40 
279 06 

1,152 29 
526 65 
132 31 

4,032 29 

970 07 



4,000 35 
11,395 00 
1,454 34 
7,209 75 
4,147 12 



481 65 
646 24 

24,209 91 
4,006 57 

994 50 

902 25 
2,792 08 
1,533 79 
4, 347 58 
5,232 51 
6,335 50 
3,250 01 
1,088 49 

591 63 

16,083 00 

5,805 10 

1,209 17 

83 92 

835 98 
1,932 40 
2,073 96 
4,967 61 



11,186,384 31 



508,228 39 



61,981 n 



Carried forward. 



89,403 85 11,756,593 92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 11 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt. V. 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick — Continued. 

Grassy Island: Full and final settlement of claim of J. S. Gregory 

for dredging performed . 

Great Salmon River: To close pile west pier 

Green Point: Breakwater 

Hopewell Cape: Repairs to wharf 

Kouchibouguac Harbour 

Lameque Wharf: Improvements 

L'Etang: Repairs to wharf 

Little Gully: Breakwater 

Loggieville: Repairs to wharf 

Lorneville: Breakwater wharf, extension and repairs 

Mill Cove: Wharf 

Millerton: Wharf . 

Miramichi Bay: Dredging ship channel at Grande Dune Flats 

Miscou: Extension to wharf 

Mispec: Repairs to harbour works 

Moncton: Berth for scows and repairs to wharf 

Neguac: Extension of wharf 

North Head: Extension of breakwater wharf 

Petite Lameque: Wharf 

Petit Rocher Breakwater: Repairs and Improvements 

Pointe du Chene: Retaining wall 

Point Sapin: Breakwater 

Quaco: Repairs to east and west piers 

Rexton: to close pile and repair wharf 

Richibucto: To complete reconstruction and extension of wharf 

Richibucto Beach: Breakwater on north and south beaches 

Richibucto Cape: To complete construction of breakwater 

River St. John, including Tributaries 

River St. John and Tributaries: construction of wharfs in tidal 

waters , 

Sackville: Wharf 

Seal Cove: Construction of breakwater 

Seal Cove: Grand Manan Island: Breakwater pier on east side of 

Island 

Shediac: Wharf 

Shippegan Harbour: Improvements and repairs at Shippegan 

Gully 

St. Andrews: Repairs and improvements 

Ste. Croix River: Dredging 

St. John Harbour: Improvements, repairs and renewals 

St. Louis: Dredging of channel and construction of training walls . . 

St. Louis River: Wharf 

St. Martin: Wharf 

Tracadie: Repairs to wharf .' 

Tracadie Harbour: To rebuild and repair old breastworks 

Tynemouth Creek: Harbour Improvements 

Upper Salmon River: Pier 

Westfield: High water wharf 

Generally: Repairs, improvements, etc 



Maritime Provinces Generally — 

To purchase creosoted timber for works in the Maritime Province 

generally 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — 

Angers (L' Ange Gardien) : Wharf on River Ottawa 

Anse aux Gascons: Wharf repairs 

Baie St. Paul: Repairs to wharf 

Barachois de Malbaie: Completion of training pier 

Batiscan: Wharf 

Beaulac (Garthby) : Wharf extension 

Beauport: Wharf repairs 

Beloeil: Wharf 

Bergeronnes: Completion of wharf extension 

Berthier (en bas) : Repairs to wharf 

Carried forward 



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250 
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89,403 85 



25,020 00 

2,658 42 

38 44 

2,525 81 

1,999 56 

270 83 

1,292 37 

2,315 33 

1,773 81 

454 20 

1,598 18 

71 20 

33,324 98 

5,018 34 

1,122 51 

256 10 

2,344 22 

166 77 

11 80 

1,518 86 

1,040 11 

15,752 50 

3,552 65 

1,447 50 

12,574 88 

19,638 30 

11,938 29 

5,367 98 

12,722 88 

14,362 03 

803 27 

204 60 
1,154 29 

2,858 88 

2,624 89 

707 90 

24,930 84 

885 63 

3,425 85 

56 96 

1,061 54 

505 85 

596 16 

5,860 27 

11 27 

18,989 90 



11,756,593 92 



601 63 

1,496 43 

1,994 01 

3,092 55 

8, 199 02 

112 50 

936 29 

4,897 39 

600 61 

499 96 



336,261 10 



124 67 



22,430 39 12,092,979 69 



V— 12 



AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — Continued. 

Berthierville: Wharf 

Bic Harbour: Repairs to old wharf 

Bic Harbour (Pointe a Cote) : Wharf outer section 

Cabano: Landing pier on west side of Lake Temiscouata 

Cannes des Roches (Corner of the Beach): Extension of break- 
water . 

Cap a l'Aigle: Extension of wharf 

Cap Chatte: Extension of training pier 

Cape Cove: Extension of landing pier 

Cap de la Madeline: Enlargement of wharf 

Cap St. Ignace: Wharf extension 

Carleton: Repairs to wharf 

Chateau Richer: Extension of breakwater pier 

Chicoutimi: In settlement of claim of T. Desbiens in connection 
with contract for wharf extension 

Contrecoeur: Wharf completion 

Coteau Landing: To complete wharf 

Cross Point: Repairs to wharf 

Desjardins: To repair wharf 

Douglastown: Extension of breakwater 

Escoumains: Repairs to wharf 

Fabre: Raising wharf :* 

Father Point: Repairs to wharf approach 

Fort William: Wharf on River Ottawa 

Gaspe: Deep water wharf 

Gatineau River: Erosion at Gatineau Point 

Georgeville: Repairs and renewals to wharf 

Grand Marsh: Draining 

Grands Mechins: To complete repairs to wharf and approach 

Grand River: Wharf repairs 

* Grosse Isle Quarantine Station: Repairs and extension of wharf 

Grosse Roche on Saguenay: Repairs to wharf 

Harrington Harbour: Wharf on North shore, Gulf of St. Lawrence 

Hudson: Repairs to wharf and roadway 

Hull : Repairs to wharf and approaches 

He aux Noix: Repairs to wharf 

He aux Coudres: Head block to wharf 

Isle Verte: Improvements 

Isle Verte: Repairs to wharf 

Kamouraska: Addition to wharf 

Knowlton Landing: Repairs and renewals to pier 

Lacolle: Repairs to wharf 

Lanoraie: Wharf extension 

Laprairie: Reconstruction of superstructure of wharf and approach 

Lavaltrie: To provide movable storehouse on wharf head-block. . 

Les Eboulements: Repairs to wharf and shed 

L'Islet: Wharf repairs 

Longueuil: Wharf 

Lotbiniere: Repairs and renewals to wharf 

Magdalen Islands: Breakwaters and piers 

Malbaie: Breakwater 

Maria: Wharf repairs 

Matane: Protection pier on east side of outlet of Matane River 

Matane: Repairs to wharf 

Mille Vaches: Removal of boulders from channel 

Mistassini: Extension of wharf 

Mistook (St. Coeur de Marie): closing space between piers at outer 
end of block and span wharf 

Montmagny: Protection wall, north-east side of basin 

Murray Bay Wharf: Enlargement and repairs 

Natasnquan: Breakwater pier on nortn shore of St. Lawrence... 

Nicolet: Repairs to and extension of jetty 

Nicolet: Repairs and renewals to wharf „ 

Norway Bay: Wharf on River Ottawa 

Papineauville: Wharf on River Ottawa , 

Peel Head Bay: Repairs and renewals to wharf and approach. . 



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22,430 39 



7,359 57 

993 68 

7,094 87 

2,497 00 

1,027 63 

2, 125 09 

5, 174 43 

7, 120 50 

1,368 71 

12,301 80 

922 67 

623 06 

6,867 54 

1,268 85 

2,558 53 

462 51 

531 47 

5,291 13 

992 85 

4,219 76 

3,132 43 

1,726 25 

100,054 30 

986 16 

1,136 71 

4,470 29 

1,002 02 

5.193 68 
29,989 13 

1,164 10 

1,799 11 

999 50 

470 92 

919 08 

503 11 

3,506 91 

2,328 46 

565 82 

93 31 

460 71 

342 31 

3,976 23 

697 80 

3.194 36 
642 38 

2,374 94 

1,417 48 

15, 127 38 

780 26 

964 02 

24,396 56 

2,199 88 

1,001 y4 

800 30 

849 46 

4,509 31 

3,315 15 

3,873 12 

1,255 55 

3,992 80 

2,751 48 

434 27 

761 59 



12,092,979 67 



Carried forward . 



333,391 01 



12,092,979 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 13 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — Continued. 

Peribonka: To complete wharf and build shed , 

Petite Riviere Saguenay: Completion of wharf 

Piche. Point: Ice-breakers and wharf 

Pointe aux Esquimaux: Repairs to wharf 

Pointe aux Trembles (en has): Repairs to wharf 

Pointe Claire: Wharf repairs 

Port Daniel Wharf: Repairs 

Poupore (Riv. du Lievre) : Training pier 

Rimouski: Breakwater 

Rimouski: Harbour Improvements 

Rimouski Wharf: Repairs and improvements 

Riviere aux Vases: Completion of wharf 

Riviere Batiscan: Landing pier 

Riviere des Prairies: Improvement of navigation 

Riviere du Lievre: Improvements to wharfs 

Riviere du Loup (en haut) : Lock and da,m 

Riviere du Loup (Fraserville): Repairs and renewals to wharf.. 

Riviere Laguerre: Improvements 

River Saguenay: Dredging and other improvements 

River St. Lawrence at Laprairie: Protection wall 

Roberval: Repairs to wharf 

Ruisseau a Loutres: Harbour improvements 

Sabrevois: Repairs and renewals to wharf 

Sault Montmorency: Completion of protection work 

Shigawake: Completion flooring, etc., of wharf 

Sorel: To complete deep water wharf 

Sorel: To purchase new wharf 

Squateck: Addition to wharf 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos: Extension of breakwater 

St. Alexis: In full and final settlement of claim of J. Girard, in 

connection with contract for wharf extension 

St. Andre de Kamouraska Wharf: Extension 

Sb. Andrews: W T harf on North River f 

St. Anicet: Wharf repairs 

Ste. Anne des Monts: Deep water wharf 

Ste. Anne des Monts: Harbour improvements at mouth of Grande 

Riviere See. Anne 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere: Wharf extension 

St. Antoine de Richelieu: Construction of wharf and dredging 

Ste. Croix: Wharf : 

Ste. Famille: Extension to wharf 

Ste. Felicite: Wharf 

St. Francois North, I. O.: Urgent repairs, etc 

St. Francois South, I. O.: repairs and improvements to wharf... 

Ste. Genevieve de Batiscan: Wharf 

St. Germain de Kamouraska: Wharf 

St. Irenee: Repairs to wharf 

St. Jean des Chaillons Wharf: to complete approach, freight 

shed , etc * 

St. Jean, I. O.: Repairs to wharf 

St. Jerome Wharf: Urgent repairs 

St. Joseph de Letellicr: Wharf 

St. Laurent, I. O.: Repairs to wharf 

Ste. Luce: Wharf 

Ste. Majorique: Approaches to bridge 

St. Michel de Bellechasse: Repairs to wharf 

St. Pierre les Becquets: Wharf 

St. Simeon: Completion of wharf repairs 

St. Valier : Wharf extension 

Ste. Victoire: Wharf 

Tadoussac: Wharf and approach 

Three Lakes: Repairs to wharf and approach 

Three Rivers Harbour: completion of deep water wharf at west 

end, etc 

Trois Pistoles Harbour: Construction of pier 

Trois Pistoles: Ice breaker, repairs, etc 



Page 

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Pt. V. 



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$ cts. 



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333,391 01 


619 47 


349 59 


8,449 32 


1,669 72 


443 19 


618 31 


921 04 


2,887 30 


22,125 65 


743 75 


4,204 29 


1,121 53 


185 52 


2,203 71 


848 53 


1,042 95 


5, 165 43 


1,973 83 


76, 858 45 


15,056 79 



12,092,979 69 



1,492 26 

1,239 30 

1,368 02 

5,115 69 

499 85 

5,125 40 

15,000 00 

2,336 95 

171 28 

1,730 78 
433 10 
413 35 

1,197 72 
50 42 

4,447 37 

747 90 

1,424 95 

15,819 66 

7,000 53 

1,604 96 

2,780 90 

587 46 

244 95 

200 00 

2,033 30 

2,080 48 

444 51 

2,289 43 

12,250 50 

681 74 

12,332 46 

4,921 05 

688 68 

1,387 63 

2,828 32 

10,810 00 

1,426 88 

11,501 25 

596 81 

58,050 02 
6,010 00 
3,999 97 



12,092,979 69 



V— 14 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V. f A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts, 



$ cts. 



Brought forward . 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — Concluded. 

Valley field: Wharf on Valley field Bay 

Vercheres: Shed on wharf 

Verdun: Wharf 

Ville-Marie: Wharf 

Yamaska: Repairs and renewals to lock 

Harbours and Rivers Generally: Repairs and Improvements. 



Harbours and Rivers, Ontario — 

Beaumaris: Construction of wharf 

Beaverton: Harbour improvements 

Belle Ewart: Wharf. 

Belle River: Harbour improvements 

Belleville: Harbour improvements 

Big Bav: Repairs to wharf 

Big Bay Point: Wharf 

Blind River: Repairs to dock 

Brockville: Extension of Tunnel Bay Dock 

Bronte Harbour: Wharf and approach 

Burlington Revetment Wall, etc. 

Cache Bay: Wharf on Lake Nipissing 

Cobourg: Extension of west pier 

Cobourg: To repair and reconstruct superstructure of east pier at 

north end 

Colchester: Extension of wharf on Lake Erie 

Collingwood: Harbour. improvements 

Dawson Point: Raising dock 

Detroit River: To complete protection of east bank in township 

of Maiden 

Dryden: Wharf and warehouse 

French River: Regulating works at outlet 

Goderich: Harbour improvements 

Grand Bend: Guard pier 

Gravenhurst: Wharf on Lake Muskoka 

Haileybury: Harbour improvements 

Hamilton: Harbour improvements 

Huntsville: Wharf extension 

Kempenfeldt Bay: Wharf 

Kincardine: Extension to pier and dredging 

Kincardine: Repairs to piers 

Kingston Harbour: Improvements 

Kingston R. M. College: Renewing wharfs 

Lake Nipissing: Improvement of navigable channel in west arm 
leading through Shanty Lake to Monetvilie 

Lakeport: Reconstruction of wharf 

La Passe Ferry: W T harf 

Leamington: Repairs to wharf 

Lion's Head: Dock extension and harbour improvements. ..... 

Long Point (near St. Williams) : Wharf , 

L'Orignal: Repairs to wharf and freight shed 

Magnetawan River: Removal of boulders 

Meaford: Closing of eastern entrance and removal of "L" of inner 
check-water 

Midland : Repairs to wharf 

Montreal River: Improvements above Latchford 

Montreal River: Removal of boulders in Flat Rapids , 

New Liskeard: Harbour improvements , 

North Bay: Breakwater 

Orillia: Wharf. . ., „ 

Owen Sound : Harbour improvements 

Owen Sound: Harbour improvements to repair sheet piling on west 
side of harbour 

Parry Sound: Dredging 

Parry Sound: Wharf 

Pembroke: Repairs to wharf and approach 

Penetanguishene: Dredging and dock repairs 

Peterborough: Wharf 



Carried forward 536,167 38 12,850,773 82 



274 

274 
274 
274 
274 
282 



282 
282 
282 
283 
283 
283 
283 
283 
283 
284 
284 
284 
284 

284 

284 
285 
285 

285 
285 
285 
286 
286 
286 
287 
287 
287 
287 
287 
287 
288 
288 

289 
289 
289 
289 
289 
289 
289 
290 

290 
290 
291 
291 
291 
291 
292 
292 

292 
292 
292 
292 
293 
293 



686,245 21 



3,195 71 
2,088 81 
3,280 56 
420 53 
4,110 16 
58,453 55 



12,092,979 60 



14, 287 28 

2,812 54 

82 63 

268 00 

26 72 

2,113 46 

154 56 

952 19 

17,235 78 

873 07 

245 58 

2.173 34 
1,060 27 

8,432 62 

5,574 75 

1,401 79 

797 99 

2,500 20 

967 68 

4,327 08 

199,923 49 

5,000 36 

8,235 ;n 

7. 174 05 
45,483 08 

1,323 78 

5,017 76 

5,027 43 

998 07 

19,621 56 

15,760 07 

1,680 32 
1,510 00 
1,207 78 

1.009 90 
6,073 02 
2,510 62 

499 50 
915 74 

30,461 18 

1.355 21 
50,010 63 

3,419 24 
2,088 80 

9.010 68 
4,088 93 

12,434 61 

1,797 44 
2,207 79 
7,539 82 

1.356 04 
1,354 34 

13,782 70 



757,794 13 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts, 



$ cts. 



Brought forward . 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario — Continued. 

Peterborough, Otonabee River: In full and final settlement of 

claim of John O'Toole for rental of plant 

Pctewawa: Harbour improvements 

Picnic Islands: Improvements to channel 

Picton Harbour: Dredging 

Porcupine Lake: Wharfs 

Port Bruce: Extension of west pier and repairs to east and west 

piers 

Port Burwell: Improvements to harbour works 

Port Colborne: Urgent repairs to east breakwater 

Port Findlay: Extension to wharf and construction of warehouse. . 

Port Hope: Repairs and improvements to piers 

Port Rowan: Repairs and renewals to pier and removal of channel 

obstructions 

Port Stanley: Harbour improvements 

Providence Bay, Manitoulin Island: Extension of wharf 

Rainy River: Improvements 

Red Bay: Wharf 

Richard's Landing, St. Joseph's Island: Repairs to wharf, &c 

River St. Lawrence: Improvement of Canadian channel between 

Kingston and Brockville 

River Thames: Removal of obstructions, &c 

Rondeau Harbour: General repairs to piers 

Rousseau: Wharf repairs 

Saugeen River: Repairs to north and south piers 

Sault Ste. Marie: Improvements to old Hummer wharf and 

■ approach 

Sault Ste . Marie: Harbour improvements 

Sea Gull: Extension to wharf, &c 

Severn Bridge: Wharf 

Severn River, Lake Couchiching: Rapairs to dams 

Sheguindah, Manitoulin Island: Repairs to wharfs to repair 

damage done by ice shoves 

Silver Centre: Wharf improvements 

Southampton: Harbour improvements 

South Nation River: Improvement of waterway 

Sturgeon Falls: Completion of dock 

Sundridge: Wharf 

Telegraph and Nigger Islands: Dredging 

Thessalon: Breakwater 

Thornbury : Harbour improvements 

Toronto: Harbour improvements 

Two Creeks Harbour (Wheatley) : Breakwater 

Whitby: Harbour improvements 

Windermere: Wharf 

Windsor: Landing dock and improvements 

Generally: Repairs, improvements, &c 



Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba — 

Gimli: Wharf extension , 

Main Lake: Protection work at Delta 

Pelican Lake: Wharf 

Red River: Improvement of navigation , 

Red River: Protection of new entrance channel at mouth. 

St. Andrew's Rapids: Fish way , 

St. Andrew's Rapids: Raising road, &c , 

Victoria Beach Bay , Harbour: Breakwater and wharf . 
Generally: Repairs and improvements 



Harbours and Rivers, Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Athabaska River: Removal of boulders and deepening of channel 
through bars 

Edmonton: Wharf 

Last Mountain Lake: To provide for settlement of claims for land 
damages resulting from construction of Craven Dam, with 
interest accrued at 5 p.c. per ann. on delayed payments 



293 
293 
293 
293 
293 

294 
294 
294 
294 
294 

295 
295 
295 
295 
296 
296 

296 
296 
297 
297 
297 

297 
297 
297 
298 
298 

298 
298 
298 
298 
299 
299 
299 
299 
299 
300 
300 
301 
301 
301 
305 



305 
305 
395 

306 
306 
306 
307 
307 



308 



308 



536, 167 38 



2,943 00 
1,601 99 
99,999 10 
5,886 98 
3,530 00 

1,798 87 
65,304 88 
4,755 77 
6,604 68 
8,999 98 

4,089 48 

73,540 73 

199 04 

33,066 61 

2,106 91 

996 22 

30,315 17 

3,681 13 

2,498 72 

165 00 

1,200 01 

13,196 71 

134,897 06 

1,512 77 

1,844 78 

31 35 



3, 

2, 
1, 
1, 

2, 
38, 
10, 
10, 
107, 
36, 

4, 
5, 

41, 



996 22 
580 60 
749 42 
894 30 
534 98 
480 20 
361 40 
034 47 
212 64 
624 67 
477 31 
389 82 
891 41 
908 69 
198 43 



6,057 25 
6,363 56 
3,492 12 

46,251 38 

58 74 

999 88 

12,034 99 

6,896 37 



7,265 43 
9,660 10 



5,832 35 



12,850,773 82 



1,309,268 88 



82,154 29 



Carried forward . 



22,757 88 



14,242,196 



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ATI) I TOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Saskatchewan and Alberta — Continued. 

Prince Albert: Wharf and protection work 

Saskatchewan River: Improvements 

Generally: Repairs and improvements 



Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia — 

Alberni: Wharf 

Alice Arm, Observatory Inlet: Wharf 

Boswell: Wharf 

Campbell River: Repairs and extension to wharf 

Celesta: W T harf 

Columbia and Kootenay Rivers: Improvements 

Columbia, and Kootenay Rivers: Wharfs ._ 

Columbia River Survey: From boundary, to determine cost of 

rendering river navigable 

Comaplix: Wharf 

Coquitlam River: Removing obstructions 

Fraser River: To commence construction of training pier 

Fraser River Improvements: Reconstruction and repairing dams 

at Nicomen Slough , 

Fraser River (Lower) : Improvements 

Fraser and Thompson Rivers: Wharfs 

Goose Bay, Observatory Inlet: Wharf 

Golden: Wharf 

Gowland Harbour: Wharf , 

Hardy Bay: Wharf renewals 

Harrison River Improvements: to pay Brooks Scanlon Lumber 

Co. for outlay and complete works 

Holberg, Vancouver Island: Wharf 

Hollyburn, North Vancouver: Wharf on north side of English 

Bav 

Kaslo: Wharf 

Kennedv Lake: Improvements to outlet 

Kincolith: Wharf 

Ladysmith: Repairs to wharf and addition to Farmers Landing 

Float 

Massett, Queen Charlotte Islands: Wharf 

Massett (White Settlement): Wharf 

Metchosin: Wharf 

Mill Bay: Wharf 

Naas River: Removal of rocks 

Nanaimo: Harbour improvements 

Needles: Wharf 

Okanagan River: Protecting and improving navigable channel. 

Pocher Island: Mouth of Skeena River: Wharf 

Port Moody: Wharf extension 

Prince Rupert: Quarantine wharf 

Refuge Bay (Porcher's Island): Wharf 

Sand Spit Point: Wharf 

Sa-vary Island 

Shushartie Bay: Wharf 

Sidney Island : Repairs and renewals to wharf 

Stewart, head of Portland Canal: Wharf 

Stewart Wharf: To pay claim of Gillett & McDonald interest on 

delayed payments 

St. James Island: Wharf 

Sunshine Bay: Wharf 

Thompson River: Removing snags, &c 

Tucker Bay: Wharf 

Upper Fraser River and Tributaries: Improvement of navigable 

channel 

Williams Head Quarantine Station: Improvements 

Willow Point on Lake Kootenay: Wharf 

Wooden River: Removing obstruction 

Generally: Repairs, improvements, &c 



308 
309 
310 



310 
310 
310 
311 
311 
313 
313 

313 
313 
313 
314 

314 
316 
316 
316 
316 
316 
316 

317 

317 

317 
317 
317 
317 

317 

317 
318 
318 
318 
318 
318 
318 
318 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
319 
320 

320 
320 
320 
320 
320 

321 
321 
321 
321 
323 



22, 757 



9,939 54 

28,271 70 

2,918 12 



2,615 09 
4,095 06 
7,742 75 
2,943 12 
2,975 31 
17,464 97 
32,482 12 

11,023 81 
7,101 62 
1,000 96 

76, 197 03 

4,293 11 
32,978 11 
20,706 40 
3,411 04 
3,637 81 
1,995 00 

1.483 00 

7,226 05 

1.489 61 

6,000 00 
20 27 

1.484 50 
3,497 46 

1,158 59 
1,197 35 

206 04 
5,431 42 
2,615 88 
1,993 91 
1,501 89 

101 92 
4,269 71 

3.490 06 
9,014 42 

49, 162 37 
4,592 66 
249 87 
4,980 00 
3,964 00 
1,842 67 
7,471 69 

458 08 
2, 154 68 
4,974 92 

821 09 
3,969 85 

9,149 90 

7,292 53 

227 50 

849 65 

12,254 05 



14,242,196 



63,887 24 



399,260 90 



Carried forward, 



14,705,345 13 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 17 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



Brought forward . 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 



Harbours and Rivers, Y ukon Territory — 

Lewes and Yukon Rivers: Improvements. 

Harbour and Rivers, Generally — 

Generally: Repairs, improvements, &c 

Dredge Vessels: Repairs 



New Dredging Plant — 

Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

British Columbia 

Shipyard on Victoria Island 

Generally^. 

Dredging — 

Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

British Columbia 

General Service 



Slides and Booms — 

Saguenay District: Booms and piers 

St. Maurice District: Improvements to slide and boom works to 

facilitate the floating and storage of logs, &c 

Slides and Booms Generally 



Roads and Bridges — 

Bow River and Spray River bridges at Banff: Repairs and re- 
newals 

Chapeau Bridge over the Culbute channel of River Ottawa: New 
steel structure supported on concrete piers and abutments 
(the Quebec Government to contribute $5, 000) 

Edmonton Bridge, across North Saskatchewan River: Renewal 
of flooring 

Grand River Bridge, York, Ont.: Repairs, painting, &c 

Interprovincial Bridge over Restigouche River at Matapedia: To 
complete approaches 

Interprovincial Bridge across Ottawa River at Hawkesbury: 
Ontario and Quebec Governments each to contribute $15,000.. 

Ottawa City Bridges, over River Ottawa, the slides and canai: 
Repairs, renewals, &c 

Ottawa City Bridges: Extension of Sappers and Dufferin Bridges.. 

Ottawa River Bridges: Sand blasting, &c 

Dominion Traffic Bridges: Including approaches, generally 



Telegraph Lines, Nova Scotia — 

Cape Breton: New Lines 

Cape Negro Island: Cable.., 
Seal Island: Cable. 



Telegraph Lines, New Brunswick- 
Chatham — Escuminac — Sapin: 



Telegraph and Telephone line. 



Teiegraph Lines, Quebec — 

Improvement of repair service 

Mingan line: In full and final settlement of claim of Labrador Co., 
for interest at 5 p. c. on delayed payments on their claim of 
$11, 000 for purchase of right of way 

New telegraph lines and repairs, &c, to old lines 

Telegraph or Telephone line from Charlesbourg (near Quebec) to 
connect with Notre Dame des Laurentides, Stoneham and 
Martineau Mills 



Telegraph Lines, Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Athabaska Landing — Peace River Landing Line: Extension to 

to Grande Prairie 

Athabaska Landing to Fort McMurray 



323 

324 

324 



325 
325 
325 
.25 
325 
325 

328 
332 
332 
333 
333 



393 

393 
393 



393 

393 

394 
394 

394 

394 

394 
395 
395 
395 



396 
396 
396 



396 
396 



397 
397 



397 



397 
398 



Carried forward. 

1— 2v 



$ cts, 



290,048 77 



104,087 02 
72,941 77 
12,891 43 
69,738 32 
58,524 68 

140,615 31 

780,986 50 

631,480 08 

37,248 27 

372,882 12 

6,949 12 



5,511 

7,355 
1,912 



334 19 

24,043 50 

3,973 94 
524 49 

783 49 

87 15 

13,038 57 

97,973 94 

8,600 00 

1,210 54 



9,785 42 

2,700 00 

10,394 50 



535 12 
304 21 



697 36 
806 21 



2,702 87 



4,673 95 
17,930 66 



I 50,590 30 



$ cts. 



14,705,345 13 

4,155 12 
14,356 66 



2,578,393 39 



14,780 72 



150,569 81 



17,467,600 



V— 18 



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4 GEORGE V. f A. 1914 



1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ eta. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward . 



Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Telegraph Lines, Saskatchewan and Alberta — Concluded. 

Loop extension from a point near Moose to Durlingville 

Moose Jaw: Wood MountainLine: Loop line from Limerick to 

Leeville 

Moose Jaw: Wood Mountain Line: Renewals and reconstruction.... 

North Battleford to Isle la Crosse: Loop line to Mesta 

Northwest Lines: Shifting lines from farm lands to roadway 

Peace River Line: Office Buildings 

Peace River Line: Telephone line to connect Grouard with Prairie 

River Settlement 

Peace River — Grande Prairie Telegraph Line: Erection of office at 

Dunvegan 



Telegraph Lines, British Columbia . . 

Edgewood to Nakusp: Telephone line 

Gabriola Island and Entrance Island Lighthouse: Telephone line 

Golden— Windermere Telephone line: Repairs, repoling, &c 

Hornby Island and Denman Island to Union Wharf 

Kamloops to Walhatchin: Telephone line 

Kuper and Thetis Islands, and Chemainus and Vancouver Island: 

Telephone line 

Lower Nicola to Canford: Telephone line 

Malahot across Saanich Inlet: Laying cable 

Okanagan Valley telephone system (including reconstruction 

Kelowna — Pentieton) 

Powell River to Vancouver 

Vancouver Island: Telegraphs 



Telegraph Lines, Yukon System — 

Atlin to Hazelton: Repoling, &c 

Bella Cooia to 150-Mile House, through Chicoten 

Clinton to Quesnel: Repoling, &c 

Fraser Lake to Omenica, via Stuart Lake 

Lillooet to Pioneer Mines: Extension 

Quesnel to Barkerville:Repoiing, &c 

Quesnel to Hazelton 

Temporary service of Miss J. E. Hardcastle, in office of Superintendent 

of Teiegraph Service 

Telegraph lines, Generally 



Miscellaneous, Architectural — 

Architectural Branch: Salaries of architects, clerks of works, 

inspectors, &c, ot outside service 

Monument to His late Majesty, King Edward VTI 

Monument to the memory of the late Hon. George Brown 

Monument to the memory of the late Hon. Thos. D'Arcy McGee. 
Monument to Madeleine de Vercheres, to be erected at Vercheres. 
National Arc Gallery, Ottawa, including purchase of paintings by 

Advisory Council of Art 



Miscellaneous, Engineering- 
Construction of water storage dams and regulation works on Upper 
Ottawa River and tributaries, and settlement of land damages 

Deep Waterways Commission — inclusive of payments authorized 
to Win. J. Stewart, chief hydrographic surveyor, Dept. of 
Naval Service, and also for definition and demarcation of 
International Boundary Line between Canada and United 
States from Pigeon R. to Sc. Regis 

Dry Docks Generally: Inspection, &c 

Engineering Branch: Salaries of engineers, inspectors, draughtsmen, 
&c, outside service 

International Commission, River St. John, N.B 

Lake Levels: Inclusive of payments authorized to A. St. Laurent, 
Asst. Dep. Minister of Public Works; also investigation of lake 
levels, in regard to diversion of water from Lake Michigan 
through Chicago main drainage channel 

River Gaugings 



Carried forward . 



398 

398 
399 
399 
396 
400 

400 

400 



400 
400 
400 
400 
401 

401 
401 
401 

402 
402 
402 



402 
403 
403 
404 
404 
404 
404 

404 
405 



405 
406 
405 
406 
406 

407 



407 



416 
417 

422 
423 



423 

415 



50,590 30 



2,877 95 

3,190 97 
9,310 64 
5,884 00 
4,753 94 
1,956 75 

2,997 02 

37 65 



5,879 12 

1,019 81 

817 25 

864 83 

3,600 25 

1,004 15 

1.002 58 

2.003 11 

12,201 69 

24,985 34 

5,410 54 



2,748 85 
44,755 98 
7,439 23 
2,682 07 
9,785 60 
2,999 32 
3,618 14 

62 00 
5,686 67 



35,858 79 
1,202 36 
7,750 00 
2,250 00 

10,139 60 

49,738 96 



236, 133 65 



31,770 57 

9,478 71 

289,825 39 
16,121 77 



1,777 95 
4,227 65 



17,467,600 83 



589,335 69 



220,165 75 



106,939 71 



17,794,706 29 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 



V— 19 



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1912-13: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Page 

in 
Pt.V. 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Concluded. 

Miscellaneous engineering — Concluded. 

River St. Lawrence Commission: Investigation into all questions 
concerning applications for special privileges which may affect 
water level and navigation v ... 

Snag Boat Cygnet: Full and final settlement of claim of Ben. bciiui- 
son for injuries received on duty 

Storage of Flood Waters, Ottawa River Watershed: Investiga- 
tion and collection of data , 

Surveys and Inspections 



Chargeable to Income by Special Statute. 

Collingwood Dry Docks 

International Joint Commission on Boundary Waters. . 



Miscellaneous. 



Gratuities 

Investigations under the Inquiries Act. 



Chargeable to Collection of Revenue. 



Collection of Public Works Revenue 

Slides and Booms Maintenance and Repairs 

Graving Docks: Maintenance and Repairs 

Harbours and Rivers:Maintenance and Repairs. 



Telegraph Lines: Maintenance — 

Land and Cable Lines, Lower St. Lawrence, &c. 

Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon System (Ashcroft-Dawson) 

Telegraph Service Generally 



Total expenditure. 



Adjustment with Public Accounts. 

Civil Government 

Capital, excluding River St. Lawrence Ship Channel, Marine Dept. 
Income 



Collection of Revenue. 

Miscellaneous: Gratui ties 

Miscellaneous: Investigations under the Inquiries Act. 

Total, as above 



424 
424 



407 
424 



425 
426 



426 
426 



426 
426 
433 
435 



435 

452 
455 
463 
463 



589,335 69 



10,313 18 

600 00 

28,336 91 
138,954 96 



33,417 92 
43,452 36 



2,495 72 
1,632 08 



3,735 74 

105,703 17 

32,750 62 

23,201 59 



169,906 56 
67,983 24 
62,994 16 

213,082 34 
7,013 22 



iii-30 
i-13 
i- 9 
i- 9 



437,687 39 

4,732,924 72 

13,468,505 20 

686,370 64 

2,495 72 

1,632 08 



17,794,706 29 



767,540 74 



76,870 28 



4,127 80 



165,391 12 



520,979 52 



19,329,615 75 



19,329,615 75 



1— 2jv 



V— 20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Abate- 
ments. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 



Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 



$ cts. 



250 00 
200 00 


31 26 


120 00 


40 63 

6 66 

80 00 

51 25 


50 00 
16 64 
35 64 


37 41 
11 25 
59 68 
47 50 


18 14 
30 00 

18 78 


3 33 


42 50 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 



*59 50 
*56 00 


*44 00 
130 00 
110 00 
110 00 
130 00 
8 75 
70 00 


85 00 

*40 75 

t64 75 

81 25 

52 50 


82 61 


*55 50 
80 00 
*37 00 


41 88 
80 00 
68 75 



Minister. 

Hon. F. D. Monk, April 1 to Oct. 28 at $7,000... 
Hon. Robt. Rogers, Oct. 29 to Mar. 31 at $7,000. 



Deputy Minister's Staff. 

Deputy Minister, J. B. Hunter, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 1. A: — A. St. Laurent, Assistant Deputy Minister, 12 m. to 

Mar. 31 

Div. 1. B— 

G. F. Buskard, Oct. 29 to Dec. 31 at $2,400, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at 
$2,500 

G. F. Buskard, Private Secretary, Oct. 29 to Mar. 31 at $60Q 

Miss Louise Sarault, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss Louise Sarault, Private Secretary, Apr. 1 to Oct. 28 at $600 
Div. 2. B— 

Georges Guimond, 9 m. at $800, 3 m. at $850 

Miss G. Macdonald, Apr. 1 to May 7 at $1,600 (resigned)... 

N. M. Mathe, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 

A. B. Muddiman, 6 m. at $1,000, 6 m. at $1,050 

Div. 3. A— 

Miss Alice Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss A. E. Johnson, 4 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,000 

Miss H. G. McPherson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $950, less Oct. 13 
to Jan. 12 

Mrs. M. Purvis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $950, less Nov. 1 to Jan. 17 

Miss Clara Ross, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $900 

R. A. Sauriol, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,200, less 2 days in Jan. . . 

Miss E. L. S'nelling, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 3. B— 

Miss B. Chene, Oct. 7 to Mar. 31 at $750 

W. P. Harrell, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 

Miss L. Noel, 6 m. to Dec. 31 at $750 (transferred to Sec. of 
State Dept. ) 

Miss Clara Ross, 1 m. to Dec. 31 at $800 (promoted) 

Messengers — 

A. Bray, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Jos. Dumoulin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Fahey, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Fred. Twamley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



Secretary's Staff. 

Div. 1A— 

R. C. Desrochers, 3 m. at $2,900, 9 m. at $3,000 , 

E. T. Smith, 12 m. to Mar. 31 , 

Div. IB— 

A. E. Belleau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 : 

J. A. Chasse, 6 m. at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

L. H. Colman, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. E. Cusson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. N. Doody, 6 m. at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

S. A. Skinner, 1 m. to Apr. 30 at $2,100- (resigned) 

Armand Trudel, 8 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,100 

Div. 2A— 

N. Desjardins, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. Fortier, 3 m. at $2,000, 9 m. at $2,050 

H. J. Guppy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. J. MacKay, 6 m. at $1,600, 6 m. at $1,650 

D. A. McLaughlin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 (salary in part, paid by 

Railways and Canals) 

G. Richard, 6 m. at $1,650, 6 m. at $1,700 (less 5 days in March- 
resigned) 

E. J. Smith, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. St. Denis, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 

J. A. Theriault, 12 m. to Mar. 31. . 

Div. 2B— 

A. H. Beaubien, 3 m. at $800, 9 m. at $850 

L. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. E. Davidson, 6 m. at $1,350, 6 m. at $1,400 



2 758 91 Carried forward . 



$ cts. 

4,026 86 
2,973 14 



5,000 00 
4,000 00 



1,044 34 

254 84 

2,400 00 

345 16 

812 50 

163 44 

1,600 00 

1,025 00 

1,000 00 
333 32 

712 54 
74S 25 
225 00 
1,193 55 
950 00 

362 90 
600 00 

375 00 
66 66 

850 00 

800 00 
800 00 
800 00 



2,975 00 
2,800 00 


2,200 00 
2,600 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
2,600 00 
175 00 
1,400 00 


1,700 00 
2,037 50 
1,850 00 
1,625 00 


1,050 00 


1,652 14 
1,850 00 
1,600 00 
1,850 00 


837 50 
1,600 00 
1,375 00 


71,639 64 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 21 



Abate- 
ments. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 



Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 



Outside 
Votes. 



$ cts. 
2,758 91 



60 63 


68 75 


73 25 


75 28 


41 88 


73 75 


11 87 


t28 85 


133 29 


45 47 



11 71 



60 00 
60 00 
47 50 
60 00 
47 50 
52 00 
9 58 
60 00 
55 95 
60 00 
60 00 
47 50 
30 00 
50 00 
47 50 
47 50 
60 00 
47 50 
35 00 
33 50 



40 00 
18 75 
20 15 



25 00 

26 25 
15 67 

9 38 
39 70 

35 00' 

25 87 
38 61 



*16 00 
26 25 
35 69 
40 00 

*16 00 
25 00 
28 13 
40 00 



Brought forward. 



Secretary's Office — Concluded. 

Div. 2B— Concluded. 

J. A. Drouin, Jr.,9 m. at $1,200, 3 m. at $1,250 

J. A. Ethier, 6 m. at $1,350, 6 m. at $1,400 

F. X. Gagne, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

L. J. Latour, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 (less 4§ d. in Feb., 

1912) 

W. J. Leclair, 3 m. at $S00, 9 m. at $850 

E. R. Lafleehe, m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,500 

A. A. Rivard, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $050 

A. Rouleau, April 1 to Oct. 6 at $1 ,600 (superannuated) 

L. St. Denis, June 27 to Mar. 31 at $1,250 

A. Tremblay, 13 May to Sept. 30 at $1,000, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at 

$1 ,050 

M. L. Waine, 16 Dec. to Mar. 31 at $800 



Div. 3 A— 

A. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

N. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

0. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. G. Bell, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. B. Bessette, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Bonneville, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at, $1,200 (less 49 days) 

A. Boyer, 2 m. to May 31 at $1,150 (deceased) 

1. Champagne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. Costigan, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $1,200 (less 25 days) 

A. Day, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Delaney, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. H. Deruchie, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Dostaler, 6 m. to Sept. 30 at $1,200 (deceased) 

Miss L. Duplessis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss A. Guilmont, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss M. S. Jones, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Leveque, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Mrs. C. Nutting, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. A. Rivard, 3 m. at $900, 6 m. to Dec. 31 at $950 (promoted) 

F. Taylor, 8 m. to Nov. 30 at $900 (less 2 days in November).. 

Div. 3B— 

J. Bedard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss E. M. Belliveau, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $500 

Miss B. Boucher, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 (less Apr. 1 to May 
14, and June 25 to Nov. 15) overpay, to Ret. Fd. of 67c. 

deducted in 13-14 

Miss V. O. Brown, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss I. Dowling, 6 m. at $500, 6 m. at $550 

G. P. Dunne, June 6 to Nov. 30 at $800, less 4 days in Aug. 

(resigned) 

Miss Y. Parent, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $750 

Miss F. M. Plunkett, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $750 (including arrears 

Jan. 29, '12 to Mar. 31, '12) 

Moise Roy, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $800 (less Oct. 1 to Nov. 15). . 

Miss M. M. Stewart, July 5 to Mar. 31 at $700 

Miss H. St. Jean, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $800, (less $1.39 Retirement 

Fund overpaid July 1910) 



Messengers — 

E. M. DesRivieres, 12 m. to Mar. 31. ... 
J. Gauthier, 6 m. at $500, 6 m. at $550. . 
J. E. Hetu, May 10 to Mar. 31, at $800. . 

G. Laramee, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

V. Lepage, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Lorrain, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

M. McGrath, 9 m. at $550, 3 m. at $600. 
W. H. Scrim, 12 m. to Mar. 31 



4,779 13 I Carried forward. 



$ cts 
71,939 64 



1,212 50 
1,375 00 
1,525 00 

1,505 60 
837 50 

1,475 00 
237 50 
825 66 
951 40 

909 40 
234 38 



1,200 00 

1,200 00 

950 00 

1,200 00 

950 00 

1,039 78 

191 66 

1,200 00 

1,118 87 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

950 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

950 00 

950 00 

1,200 00 

950 00 

700 00 

595 00 



800 00 
375 00 



390 53 
500 00 
525 00 

380 25 
187 50 



793 70 


700 00 


517 46 


798 61 


800 00 


525 00 


713 97 


800 00 


800 00 


500 00 


562 50 


800 00 


113,543 41 



cts. 



7—22 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 




$ cts 

1,779 13 



105 00 


105 00 


105 00 


82 50 


96 25 


82 50 


82 50 


80 00 


71 25 


80 00 


76 25 


76 25 


58 75 


21 24 


56 88 


11-93 


76 25 


40 00 


11 93 


77 50 


76 25 


41 25 


60 00 


60 00 


50 00 


9 51 


7 66 


29 38 


30 00 


12 50 


28 75 


40 00 


22 80 


10 30 



26 25 



198 75 


180 00 


115 00 


130 00 


105 00 


128 37 


13 74 


130 00 


130 00 


115 00 


105 00 


105 00 


110 00 


48 83 


111 25 



Brought forward 

Accountant's Branch. 

Div. 1A— 

A. G. Kingston, 3 m. at $3,250, 9 m. at $3,350 

Div. IB— 

D. McR. Minard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. Pare, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. B. St. Laurent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2A— 

J. B. E. Bedard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

O. Bourget, 6 m. at $1,900, 6 m. at $1,950 

P. E. Gagnon, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. S. A. Mac Kay, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. 2B— 

G. R. Barthe, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. E. Bartlett, 6 m. at $1,400, 6 m. at $1,450 

J. Bruchesi, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. Dube, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

John Gordon, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

N. Hay, 6 m. at $1,150, 6 m. at $1,200 

W. L. Iveson, 6 m. at $850, Oct. 1 to Nov. 11 at $900 (resigned) 
John Johnstone, 3 m. at $1,100, 9 m. at $1,150 

F. E. Jones, Dec. 14 to Mar. 31 at $800 

R. Keeley, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

H. Pratte, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. C. Purvis, Dec. 14 to Mar. 31 at $800 

J. H. Stewart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Thivierge, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

C. E. Walker, 3 m. at $800, 9 m. at $850, (less absences, Oct. 1 

to March 3D 

Div. 3 A— 

B. F. Hart, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. A. Morin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss A. Valade, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. SB- 
Miss M. K. Allen, Dec. 16 to Mar. 31, at $650 

Miss A. L. Allison, Dec. 11 to Mar. 31 at $500 

Miss F. L. Anderson, 3 m. at $550, 9 m. at $600 

Miss M. Casey, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Miss B. Hebert, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at $500 

Miss E. Lesperance, 6 m. at $550, 6 m. at $600 

F. McGovern, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

L. C. Purvis, April 1 to Dec. 13 at $650 (appointed to 2B) 

Miss G. H. Slack, Dec. 7 to Mar. 31 at $650 

Messenger — 

J. H. Lemay, 6 m. at $500, 6 m. at $550 



Chief Architect's Branch. 

Div. 1A— 

D. Ewart, 6 m. at $3,950, 6 m. at $4,000 

R. C. Wright, 6 m. at $3,550, 6 m. at $3,850 

Div. IB- 
John Bain, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. R. Billings, 6 m. at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

E. Brown, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. B. Charleson, Apr. 1 to Feb. 6 at $2,800 

G. W. Dawson, Mar. 4-31, at $3,650 

T. W. Fuller, 6 m. at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

C. H. Hunter, 6 m. at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

G. N. Hutchison, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. X. Paquet, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. S. J. Routhier, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. Shearer, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. D. Sutherland, Oct. 14 to Mar. 31, at $2,100.. 

D. A. Williamson, 9 m. at $2,200, 3 m. at $2,300. 



8, 406 70 Carried forward . 



$ cts 
113,543 41 



3,325 00 

2, 100 00 
2, 100 00 
2, 100 00 

1,650 00 
1,925 00 
1,650 00 
1,650 00 

1,600 00 
1,425 00 
1,600 00 
1,525 00 
1,525 00 
1,175 00 

527 48 
1,137 50 

238 71 
1,525 00 

800 00 

238 71 
1,550 00 
1,525 00 



733 32 

1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 

190 46 
153 22 

587 50 
000 00 
250 00 
575 00 
800 00 
453 05 
206 17 

525 00 



3,975 00 
3,600 00 

2,300 00 
2,600 00 
2, 100 00 
2,383 29 

274 74 
2,600 00 
2,600 00 
2,300 00 
2, 100 00 
2, 100 00 
2,200 00 

976 61 
2,225 00 



189,247 17 



cts. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 23 



Abate- 
ments. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 



Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 



Outside 
Vote* 



cts. 



,406 70 



81 88 


9b 25 


80 00 


96 25 


85 00 


82 50 


*37 00 


96 25 


96 25 


105 00 


96 25 


80 00 


t64 75 


83 75 


45 47 


96 25 


82 50 


81 88 


71 48 


11 60 


78 75 


80 00 


78 75 


82 13 


47 50 


76 88 


65 63 


76 25 


71 25 


76 25 


76 25 


66 88 


80 00 


41 76 


80 00 


49 29 


76 25 


80 00 


57 50 


78 75 


11 60 


3 39 


60 62 


78 80 


178 12 


50 00 


76 25 


26 66 


11 01 


23 95 


60 00 


60 00 


50 00 


47 50 


60 00 


50 00 


47 50 


60 00 


47 50 


1 48 


25 63 


12,427 09 



Brought forward 

Chief Architect's Branch — Continued. 

Div. 2A— 

A. J. Barclay, 3 m. at $1,600, 9 m. at $1,650 

C. Baudry, 6 m. at $1,900, 6 m. at $1,950 

L. Charron, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. Dawson, 6 m. at $1,900, 6 m. at $1,950 

J. Foulis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. S. Gregory, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

G. F. Hennessy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. A. Hewitt, 6 m. at $1,900, 6 m. at $1,950 

J. Johnston, 6 m. at $1,900, 6 m. at $1,950 

Wm. King, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. B. Lamb, 6 m. at $1,900, 6 m. at $1,950 

P. A. Lefort, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. J. MacLaughlin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. D. Rankin, 6 m. at $1,650, 6 m. at $1,700 

C. D. Sutherland, April 1 to Oct. 13 at $1,700 (promoted) 

J. A. Thomson, 6 m. at $1,900, 6 m. at $1,950 

Wm. Wiley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. C. Winter, 3 m. at $1,600, 9 m. at $1,650 

Div. 2B— 

Wm. Arnold, 11 m. to Feb. 28, at $1,600, less, Nov., 8 d. 

T. R. Balmer, Dec. 17 to Mar. 31 at $800 

A. Barsalon, 6 m. at $1,550, 6 m. at $1,600 

W. A. Beaton, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

S. Belanger, 6 m. at $1,550, 6 m. at $1,600 

P. Canty, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

A. S. Davis, 12 m.to Mar. 31 

H. F. G. Dawson, 3 m. at $1,500, 9 m. at $1,550 

P. de Donceel, 9 m. at $1,300, 3 m. at $1,350 

G. S. Dorval, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

W. A. Dube, 6 m. at $1,400, 6 m. at $1,450 

A. Dubois, 6 m, at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

J. A. Ferguson, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

A. Fortin, 3 m. at $1,300, 9 m. at $1,350 , 

Wm. Huber, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. H. Hunter, Aug. 10 to Mar. 31 at $1,300 

W. M. Hutchison, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

D. Macdonald, June 28 to Mar. 31 at $1,300 

F. Mesnard, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

D. J. Mullarkey, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

P. D. Reinhardt, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

S. J. Richard, 6 m. at $1,550, 6 m. at $1,600 

G. G. Rogers, Dec. 17 to Mar. 31 at $800 

F. Ross, Mar. 11-31 at $1,200 

T. Sawyer, 6 m. at $1,300, 6 m. at $1,350 (less Dec.) 

J. Sharp, 6 m. at $1,552, 6 m. at $1,600 , 

A. R. Shehyn, 3 m. at $1 ,550, 9 m. at $1,600 , 

W. F. Slack, 10 m. to Jan. 31 at $1,200 

J. G. Taylor, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

O. B. Von Staffeldt, 8 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 

R. Winter, Jan. 31 to Mar. 31 at $1,300 

Div. 3A— 

A. E. Charron, 5 m. to Aug. 31 at $1,150 (resigned) 

J. G. Dionne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. H. Graham, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

F. O. Hamel, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. G. Kennedy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. Langlois, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Mrs. E. Lemoyne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

N. Matheson, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. H. Ralph, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. Rouleau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Div. SB- 
Miss B. Brousseau, Mar. 10-31, at $500 

Miss A. M. E. Burns, 9 m. at $500, 3 m. at $550 

Carried forward , 



$ cts 
),247 17 



1,637 50 
1,925 00 
1,600 00 
1,925 00 
1,700 00 
1,650 00 
1,850 00 
1,925 00 
1,925 00 
2, 100 00 
1,925 00 
1,600 00 
1,850 00 
1,675 00 
909 41 
1,925 00 
1,650 00 
1,637 50 

1,431 08 

232 23 
1,575 00 
1,600 00 
1,575 00 
1,642 50 

950 00 
1,537 50 
1,312 50 
1,525 00 
1,425 00 
1,525 00 
1,525 00 
1,337 50 
1,600 00 

835 21 
1,600 00 

985 83 
1,525 00 
1,600 00 
1,150 00 

1.575 00 
232 23 

67 74 
1,212 50 

1.576 00 
1,587 50 
1,000 00 
1,525 00 

533 33 
220 15 

479 15 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 

950 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 

950 00 
1,200 00 

950 00 

29 57 
512 50 



cts. 



269,346 60 



V— 24 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Abate- 
ments. 



Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 



Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 



Outside 
Votes. 



cts 



12,427 09 



7 66 
26 2o 
26. 25 
25 00 

37 66 
29 24 
40 00 



200 00 


175 00 


198 75 


165 00 


94 79 


105 00 


138 75 


. 130 00 


130 00 


140 00 


106 25 


115 00 


*46 00 


130 00 


% 120 13 


105 00 


*50 50 


82 50 


80 00 


105 00 


82 50 


82 50 


105 00 


85 00 


82 50 


82 50 


80 00 


85 00 


98 75 


42 50 


76 25 


43 13 


76 25 


21 83 


76 25 


65 00 


66 25 


66 88 


16 04 


80 00 


66 25 


22 84 


26 66 


73 75 


45 00 


47 50 


53 95 



Brought forward . 



16,786 90 



Chief Architect's Branch — Concluded. 

Div. 3B — Continued. 

T. W. Kennv, Dec. 11 to Mar. 31 at $500 

Miss H. P. Kent, 6 m. at $500, 6 m. at $550 

Miss N. C. Lampman, 6 m. at $500, 6 m. at $550 

Miss M. P. Manchester, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Messengers — 

F. X. E. Delage, Apr. 22 to Mar. 31, at $800 

G. J. Harbour, July 8 to Mar. 31, at $800 

C. D. Tasse, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Chief Engineer's Branch. 

Div. 1A— 

A. R. Dufresne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Jas. Howden, 6 m. at $3,450, 6 m. at $3,350 

E. D. Lafieur, 6 m. at $3,950, 6 m. at $4,000 

U. Valiquet, 6 m. at $3,250, 6 m. at $3,350 

Div. IB— 

K. M. Cameron, June 28 to Mar. 31 at $2,500 

J. M. Chalifour, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

C. F. X. Chaloner, 6 m. at $2,750, 6 m. at $2,800 

R. deB. Corriveau, 6 m. at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

L. A. Desrosiers, 6 m. at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

E. B. Godwin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. S. Miles, 9 m. at $2,100, 3 m. at $2,200 

G. E. Perley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

R. J. Robillard, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. R. Roy, 6 m.at $2,550, 6 m. at $2,650 

T. H. Schwitzer, Apr. 15 to Mar. 31 at $2,500 

J. M. Somerville, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. C. Tache, 3 m. at $2,450, 9 m. at $2,550 .'.'....'.'..'.. 

Div. 2A— 

H. Bance, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. U. Bray, 12 m. to Mar. 31 '.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

E. Dansereau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

V. Denis, 12 m. to Mar. 31 ........!!!! 

H. J. Dunne, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. F. Gingras, 12 m. to Mar. 31 .' 

O. Lefebvre, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

J. E. Marion, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

E. Mavaut, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

Paul E. Moffet, 12 m. to Mar. 31. . . : 

E. Vions, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

H. McD. Walters, 6 m. at $1,950, 6 m. at $2,000.'.'.'. '.'..'.'.'.'.'." 
Div. 2B — 

C. W. Ball, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

W. L. Cameron, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 '. 

R. Dumoulin, 9 m. at $850, 3 m. at $900. . 

L. V. Gadbois, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

Jos. R. Grant, Nov. 20 to Mar. 31 at $1,200 

C. C. Hampshire, 6 m. at $1,500, 6 m. at $1,550 

J. E. Larochelle, 12 m. to Mur. 31... 

S. T. McEvoy, 6 m. at $1,300, 6 m. at $1,350 

J. H. Munro, 3 m. at $1,300, y m. at $1,350 

C. A. Narraway, 3 m. at $950, 1 m. to July 3i at $1,666 
(resigned) 

C. C. Patterson, 12 m. to Mar. 81....".'.".!!! 

C. Pinard, 6 m. at $1,300, 6 m. at $1,350 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

J. H. Ridgeway, Nov. 14 to Mar. 31 at $1,200 . 

H. R. Sims, 8 m. to Mar. 31 at $800 

J. P. Valiquet, 6 m. at $1,450, 6 m. at $1,500. .'!.'.""."' 
Div. 3A— 

Mrs. M. L. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31 . 

Miss B. Blais, 12 m. to Mar. 31 

T. D. Caldwell, 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $i,200 (less 37 day's)'. ! ! ! ! ! 

Carried forward 



$ cts 
269,346 60 



153 22 
525 00 
525 00 
500 00 



753 33 
584 95 
800 00 



4,000 00 
3,500 00 
3,975 00 
3,300 00 

1,895 83 
2, 100 00 
2,775 00 
2,600 00 
2,600 00 
2,800 00 
2, 125 00 
2,300 00 
2,300 00 
2,600 00 
2,402 78 
2, 100 00 
2,525 00 

1,650 00 
1,600 00 
2, 100 00 
1,650 00 
1,650 00 
2, 100 00 
1,700 00 
1,650 00 
1,650 00 
1,600 00 
1,700 00 
1,975 00 

850 00 
1,525 00 

862 50 
1,525 00 

436 67 
1,525 00 
1,300 00 
1,325 00 
1,337 50 



320 84 

1,500 00 

1,325 00 

456 67 

533 33 

1,475 00 

900 00 

950 00 

1,078 66 



cts. 



359,437 88 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 25 



Abate- 
ments. 


Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


$ cts. 
16,786 90 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
359,437 88 

950 00 

950 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,175 00 

900 00 
1,000 00 

940 01 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 

950 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 

483 34 
1,200 00 

500 00 
800 00 
166 66 
375 00 
525 00 
525 00 
800 00 
150 00 

800 00 
419 35 
414 52 

2,900 00 
2, 100 00 
1,650 00 
1,588 75 

1,200 00 
950 00 

1,200 00 
950 00 
950 00 

1,000 00 

375 00 

500 00 
63 98 

800 00 

2,800 00 

1,687 50 
2,100 00 
2, 100 00 

950 00 

927 06 


$ cts. 


47 50 


Chief Engineer's Branch — Concluded. 

Div. 3A — Concluded. 

Miss M. Connery, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




47 50 


D. Desjardins, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




60 00 


P. Drapeau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




60 00 


E. Huot, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




58 75 


L. Lafontaine, 6 m. at $1,150, 6 m. at $1,200 




45 00 


A. Laframboise, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




50 00 


M. Laframboise, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




47 00 


N. MofTette, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at SI, 200 (less 7S\ days.) 




80 00 


R. Rondeau, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




50 00 


Mrs. M. L. Roy, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




47 50 


J. A. Taplev, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




60 00 


A. Taylor, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




60 00 


V. D. Tilley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




25 00 


E. Valiquet, Apr. 1 to Aug. 26 at $1,200 (resigned) 




60 00 


G. H. Wattsford, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




25 00 


Div. SB- 
Miss C. E. Gardner, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




40 00 


H. Godwin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




8 33 


Miss F. N. Kelly, 4 m. to Mar. 31 at $500 




18 75 


Miss M. M. Kelly, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $500 




26 25 


Miss M. B. Mayhew, 6 m. at $500, 6 m. at $550 




26 25 


Miss J. H. McEiroy, 6 m. at $500, 6 m. at $550 




40 00 


MissF. O'Hanley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




7 50 


Miss A. E. Scharfe, 3 m. to Mar. 31 at $600. . . 




40 00 


Messengers — 

J. P. Labelle, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




20 96 


F. Lepage, May 30 to Mar. 31 at $500 




20 73 


G. B. Reid, July 23 to Mar. 31, at $600 




*87 00 


Parliamentary Estimates and Geodetic Levelling Staff. 

Div. 1A— 

S. E. O'Brien, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




*42 00 


Div. IB— 

J. Vincent, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




82 50 


Div. 2A— 

J. A. Cantin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




79 44 


Div. 2B— 

W. E. O'Brien, 6 m. at $1,577.50, 6 m. at $1,600 




60 00 


Div. 3 A— 

D. Couture, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




47 50 


Mrs. V. G. DeGrosbois, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




60 00 


Mrs. C. D. Houde, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




47 50 


Miss M. Kavanagh, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




47 50 


Miss C. H. Moffatt, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




50 00 


Miss E. Sylvain, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




18 75 


Div. SB- 
Miss C. M. Beatty, 9 m. to Mar. 31 




25 00 


Miss M. M. Peterkin, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




3 19 


Miss F. A. Ranger, Feb. 14 to Mar. 31 at $500 




40 00 


Messenger — 

E. R. Launiere, 12 m. to Mar. 3 




140 00 


Telegraphs. 

Div. 1— 

D. H. Keeley, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




84 38 
105 00 


Div. 2A— 

P. G. Burgess, 3 m. at $1,650, 9 m. at $1,700 

M. W. Crean, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




105 00 


J. E. Gobeil, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




47 50 


Div. 3 A— 

J. E. Bray, 12 m. to Mar. 31 




46 37 


Miss A. Hardcastle, Apr. 1 to Mar. 22 at $950 (resigned) 

Carried forward 




19.057 55 


1 407,254 05 





V— 26 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Abate- 
ments. 


Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


$ cts. 
19,057 55 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
407,254 05 

512 50 
99 45 

331 08 

251 m 

124 98 
250 00 
241 90 
229 44 
177 75 
143 15 
250 00 

183 30 
232 49 
250 00 
134 43 
400 00 

59 51 
99 98 

250 00 
250 00 
86 80 
90 04 
250 00 
182 20 
226 35 
182 78 
206 91 
375 00 

184 11 
202 92 
124 98 

63 98 
250 00 
198 58 
200 00 

212 32 

172 19 
312 50 
250 00 
298 39 

41 66 

185 98 
250 00 
234 68 
337 61 
174 18 
193 52 
210 73 
161 10 

173 58 
53 74 

240 24 
114 23 
132 14 
191 93 
130 36 
250 00 
94 07 
146 48 

213 85 


% cts. 


25 63 


Telegraphs— Concluded . 

Div. SB- 
Miss E. McCloskey, 9 m. at $500, 3 m. at $550 




4 97 


Miss M. E. Welch, Jan. 20 to Mar. 31, at $500 






Extra Employees. 
Aube, J., Nov. 2, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $800 






Balmer, T. R., Aug. 24-Dec. 16, 1912 arfc $800 






Beattv, Miss C. M., Apr. Wune 30, 1912 at $500 






Buckcls, Miss E., Apr. 1-Oct. 6, 1912 (less 6 d.) at $500 






Burrows, W., Oct. 7, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 

Cameron, Miss L., Oct. 8, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 (less 8 d.) at $500 

Casey, Miss C, Nov. 23, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Chene, Miss B., July 29-Oct. 6, 1912 at $750 






Corbett, Miss E., Sept. 3, 1912-Mar. 2, 1913 at $500 






Costello, Miss E. M., Nov. 19, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 

Denault, Miss E., Oct. 14, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Donohue, Miss C, Apr. 29-Oct. 28, 1912 at $500 






Dupuis, Miss R., Oct. 19, 1912-Jan. 25, 1913 at $500 






Ecksten, C. G. W., June 24-Dec. 23, 1912 at $800 






Eeles, E. W., Feb. 17-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Fahev, J. P., messenger, June 19-Aug. 31, 1912 at $500 






Finlayson, Miss E., Apr. 3-June 30, 1912 and Oct. 1-Jan. 2, 1912 
at $500 






Foran, Miss E., May 13-Nov. 12, 1912 at $500 






Gilmour, J. F., Nov. 20, 1^12-Jan. 13, 1913 (less 16 d.) at $800 

Glavey, Miss V. M., Jan. 27-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Hardy, Miss J., Apr. 1-Sept. 30, 1912 at $500 




,, 


Harrell, P., Apr. 9^June 30, 1912 at $800 






Hebert, Miss B., Apr. 1-Sept. 30, 1912 (less 17 d.) at $500 






Hocking, J. F., Jan. 9-Mar. 31, 1913 at $800 






Hoople, Miss D., Nov. 2, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Jerome, Miss P., Apr. 1-Sept. 30, 1912 at $750 






Jones, F. E., Aug. 1-Dec. 13, 1912 at $500 






Kelly, Miss F. N., July 5-Nov. 30, 1912 at $500 






Kelly, Miss M., Apr. 1-June 30, 1912 at $500 






King, Miss H. C, Feb. 14-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






LeMoyne, Miss B., Oct. 1, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






MacDonald, Miss A. M., Nov. 8, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 

McGregor, H., June 25-Sept. 14, 1912 at $900 






Mcintosh, Miss U., Oct. 29, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Mears, Miss M., Nov. 27, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 

Noel, Miss L., Feb. 1-June 30, 1912 at $750 






Oliver, Miss L. B., Sept. 3, 1912-Mar. 2, 1913 at $500 






Parent, Miss Y., Aug. 8-Dec. 31, 1912 at $750 






Peterkin, Miss M., Apr. 1-30, 1912 at $500 






Ranger, Miss A., Oct. 1, 1912-Feb. 13, 1913 at $500 






Rattey, Miss M., Apr. 1-Oct. 15, 1912 (less 15 d.) at $500 






Rochon, L. T., Apr. 1-Sept. 30, 1912 (less 11 d.) at $500 






Rogers, G. G., July 15-Dec. 16, 1912 at $800 






Rouleau, L., Jan. 13-Mar. 31, 1913 at $800 






St. Clair Irwin, Miss A., Jan. 4-Mar. 31, 1913 at $800 






Scantlebury, R., May 27-Aug. 31, 1912 at $800 






Scharfc, Miss E., Sept. 5-Dec. 31, 1912 at $500 






Shaughnessy, Miss M., Nov. 26, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Slack, Miss G. H., Oct. 29-Dec. 6, 1912 at $500 






Snieaton, Miss M., Apr. 1-Sept. 30, 1912 (less 7 d.) at $500 






Smith, Miss A., Jan. 9-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Smith, W., Feb. 20-Mar. 31, 1913 at $1,200 






Stewart, Miss B. C, Oct. 1, 1912-Feb. 17, 1913 at $500 






Stewart, Miss M. N., Apr. 1-July 4, 1912 at $500 






Taillcfer, V. A., July 8, 1912-Jan. 7, 1913 at $500 






Thicke, Miss M., Jan. 24-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Watson, Miss V., Dec. 16, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913 at $500 






Wilson, Miss E. A. D., June 24-Nov. 30, 1912 (less 3 d.) at $500 

Carried forward 




19,088 15 


1 419,325 73 





PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 27 



Abate- 
ment. 


Public Works: Salaries at Ottawa— Concluded. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


$ cts. 
19,088 15 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
419,325 37 


$ cts. 




Extra Employees — Concluded. 
Killeen, D., messenger, Jan. 13-Mar. 31, 1913 at $51.30 per m 


129 20 




Grace, P. J., messenger, Jan. 13-Mar. 31, 1913, at $51.30 per m 




129 20 




McKenna, S., messenger, Jan. 13-Mar. 31, 1913, at $51.30 per m 




129 20 




Stewart, W., messenger, Jan. 13-Mar. 31, 1913, at $51.30 per m 




129 20 




Less Superannuation Revenue $5.50 not credited until 13-14 

Totals 






19,088 15 
5 50 


419,325 73 
5 50 


516 80 


19,082 65 


419,320 23 


516 80 




Charged as follows — 

Minister 






7,000 00 

400,860 50 

11,459 73 






Civil Government salaries 






" " contingencies. 








516 80 




Totals as above 








419,320 23 


516 80 



*Superanuation Fund No. 1; jSuperanuation Fund No. 2; J35 years service completed. 



V— 28 AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Public Works Department: Civil Government Contingencies. $ cts. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page V— 27) 11,459 73 

Stationery Offiee supplies, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 ($7,237.32)— 

Books, printed, $571.01; blank books and scratch pads, $251.09 822 10 

TyDPAw-ners 13, S2.274.25, less 8110 for old ones 2,164 25 

Typewriter repairs and supplies, $374 . 70; typewriter case, 1, $20 394 70 

Paper and envelopes, $1,459.33; riling cabinets, 4, $172 1,631 S3 

Subscriptions to periodicals, $13.76; sundry baskets, $8.54 22 30 

Binders, files, fileboard's, &c, $58.08; perforators, 23, $21.45 79 53 

Chalmcr's tubes, 4, $30; index cards, 9,000, $49.36 79 36 

Multigraph machine, 1, $556; fountain pens, 7, $29.65 585 65 

Dictaphones, 2, $240; shock absorbers, 2, $8; sundry bags, 7, $60.75 308 75 

Sundry stationery supplies, $984.83; parliamentary publications, $164.52 1, 149 35 

King's Printer's account: printing, binding, &c 6, 135 52 

Telegrams, $3,111.78; telephone messages, $349.70; postage, $54.98 3,510 46 

Subscriptions to newspapers and publications, $431 .92; soap, $7. 15 439 07 

Street car fares, $110.96; express charges, $4.25; cuspidors, 5, $4.25 119 46 

Photo supplies, $54.96; gratuities, $9.75; sundry small items, $9.86 74 57 

Washing towels: Mrs. M. L. Bray, 12 m '. 249 15 

Cab hire at Ottawa: Miss L. Sarault, $10; general, $2 12 00 

Travelling expenses: Hon. F. D. Monk, $30; R. C. Desrochers, $17.05; J. B. Hunter, $64.10 

L. Lafontaine, $336.61; H. G. SpangeHTJerg, $135.85 583 61 

Total, carried to page V— 2 29,826 89 

Astronomical Observatory. 

Marshall, A. G.: contract for the erection of azimuth mark and stellar camera huts, complete 11,600 00 

Gardener, Louis Hoban, 329 d. at $2 658 00 

' Wages, detailed under 'Ottawa Buildings, Repairs' (Page V— 105) 1,063 91 

Crawley, F., carpenter: 294| d. at $3 883 50 

Cyr, E., labour: 9 d. at $1.75, 66 at $1.90 141 15 

Dussault, O., labour: 27 d. at $1.75, 25 at $1.90, 54 1 at $2 203 75 

Faulkner, G., labour: 27 d. at $1.75, 133 at $1.90 299 95 

Gauvreau, M., labour: 26| d. at $1.75, 42 at $1.90 126 18 

Healey, A., labour, 93 d. at $1.75; McDonald, D. J., horse and cart, 82 d. at $2.75 388 25 

McCurrie, Jas., labour: 30 d. at $1.75, 122 at $1.90 284 30 

Tremblay, M. R., labour, 81§ d. at $1.90 154 85 

TMvierge, A., labour: 37 d. at $1.75, 36 at $1.90 133 15 

Painters, 23 d. at $2.70, 21 d. at $2.40; carpenter, 28 d. at $2 168 50 

Foremen: at $60 per m., $24; at $70 per m., $70; fireman $56 150 00 

Labourers: 417^ d. at $1.75, 99 d. at $1.90 918 75 

Band, J. P.: 525 ft. of §-in. galv. water pipe, $23.62; 24 hose bibbs, $14.40; sundry $31.72 69 74 

Barrett Bros.: cement and bags, 20 brl. at $2.20; 1,000 ft. d. 1. s. lumber, $28; 3 M. shingles, 

$12; 35 pc. pine, $9.80 93 80 

Brigham, T. G.: cement, 60 brl. cement in bags at $2.50; less 80 bags at 10c 142 00 

Brooks, H. W.: river sand, 15 loads at $3 45 00 

Eclipse Manufacturing Co.: metallic filing case for chief astronomer's office, $275; repairs to 

drawers, $2 277 00 

Goold, C. C: piping, electric wiring, &c, the azimuth huts 142 50 

Graham Bros.: 200 lb. grass seed, $57; 52 packets seeds, $5.10 62 10 

Graham, John: sod delivered, 680 yd. at 10c , 68 00 

Hill Jas.: 4 cold frames glazed, $22.50; 1,000 ft. sheeting, $28; 1,400 ft. lumber, $56; sundry 

$92.47 198 97 

Marchand & Donnelly: 6 hand phones, $54; sundry, $7.70 61 70 

McLennan, J. R.: sections for No. 12 Doric h. w. heater: fire pot, $93, base, $31.70; sundry, $4. 128 70 

Ottawa Hardware Co.: 6 steel pan wheelbarrows, $45; sundry, $16.30 61 30 

Rankin, W. A.: hardware, $28.16; blue house felt, $24.56; sundry, $9.40 62 12 

Savage & MacDonell: 2, 000 ft. of 1x10 pine, 12 ft. to 26 ft. long, $84; cartage, 75c 84 75 

Smith, Jos. R., flag staff and flag 147 00 

Star Hardware Co.: 400 ft. of J-in. hose, $41.72; sundry, $16.70 58 42 

Tobin: 11 spring roller drop curtains, $79.20; 11 pulley awnings, $64.50 143 70 

Wright & Co.: stone, 41-626 tons double screened at $1.90, 82-955 crushed at $1.60, 14-8 dust 
crushed at $1.25; spawls, 107-51 tons at 90c; 5-in. tile, 200 ft. at 5c; cement, 52^ brl. in 

bags at $2.20; less bags returned, 320 at 10c 420 59 

Sundry payments: hardware, paint, &c, $60.92; elec supplies, $59.88; bulbs, $42.88; machine 

work $33.70; 12 locks for steel cases, $15; annunciator, $15; car fares, $10; sundry, $27.55. 264 93 

King's Printer, $78.23; advertising, $96.80 175 03 

19,881 59 

Less— Discounts (see V— 120) 8 32 

Total, carried to page V— 2 19, 873 27 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 29 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ottawa Dominion Archives Building: To pay W. H. McGillivray interest at 5 per cent $ cts. 
on balance due on final estimate $2,341.68, from Dec. 7, 1906 to 
Apr. 25, 1911. 

McGillivray, W. H.: interest on $2,341.68, Dec. 7, 1906, to Apr. 25, 1911, at 5 p.c. per annum. 512 91 

Ottawa: Eastern Departmental Building: Addition. 

Doran & Devlin ($81,181.42) — 

Contract for addition complete, $222,800; less $5,000 retained for works uncompleted, 

and less previous payments, 1910-11, V— 23, $32,210, and 1911-12, V— 28, $122,870. . . . 62,720 00 

Extra work, diverting sewer: excavating in rock masonry, 470 cu. yd. at $2; concrete 
under walls and filling, 470 cu. yd. at $7; removal of sewer, 160 cy. yd. at $5; main 
sewer, 160 cu. yd. at $12; removal of duct, 50 cu. yd. at $3; filling of duct, 300 tons at $2 7, 700 00 

Changes and alterations to offices to be occupied in connection with the Privy Council 

chamber, also fitting up offices for the Commissioner of Police 2, 761 42 

On account work done at the boiler house 8, 000 00 

Bertschinger, A. H.: tungstoliers, 1 H., 7 at $4.50, 2 It., 5 at $9.10, 3 It., 1 at $11.65, 5 It., 3 

for $69.40, 2 at $17.35; 150 ft. of 2^-in. steel conduit, $60; sundry, $153.91 406 66 

Besson & Carriere: rent of drill, June 19-July 15, 1912, 27 d. at $3 81 00 

Brigham, T. G.: cement in bags, 35 brl. at $2.25; 19-02 tons screened stone, $36.14; 25 bags 

fireclay, $31.25; plaster of Paris, 9 brl. at $2.25; sundry, $31.33; less $20 for empty sacks 

returned 177 72 

Brooks, H. W.: sand, 200 yd. water washed, $216, river, 24 loads at $2.10, pic, 3 loads at $1.80. 271 80 

Campbell Bros.: smoke stack and cone for road roller, 314| lb. at 4c, labour, 60 h. at 60c; 

repairs to mastic pots, &c, labour, 66 h. at 60c, 42 at 30c; sundry, $7.92 108 70 

Canadian Buffalo Forge Co., Montreal ($4,350)— 

Ventilating apparatus, including fan, motor, vento coils, air washer, &c, $4,500; less 

$2,500, paid in 1911-12 (V— 28) 2,000 00 

Ventilating apparatus for Privy Council chamber 1, 850 00 

Thermostat control for ventilating apparatus for Privy Council chamber: -multiple ther- 
mostat, angle air duct, &c .— . 500 00 

Chaudiere Machine & Foundry Co.: <TWay hydrant $58, 30 bu. lime $5.70 63 70 

Davidson, Jas.: 2,000 ft. 1 in. boards dry and sound, notdr 100 00 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: \ h.p. motor $35, one 3 It. electric radiator $20, 2 fixtures $25, 2 lamps, $3 83 00 

Fleming, Thos. ($1,991.02)— 

Bermudes road asphalt, 6,011 gal. at 1910.; cartage, $15.45 1, 187 59 

Portland cement, 87,500 lb. at 48-80c per 100 lb 427 00 

Peastone: 207-875 tons at $2.50, 54-4925 at $2.05; total, $631.38; less, $4, short paid, and 

less, $250.95, charged to 'Driveway Pavement' (V— G9) 376 43 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 1,000 ft. No. 10 flex. r. c cable, $105; 1,000 ft. No. 6 stranded r. c. 

cable, $56; d. b. r. c cable, 250 ft. of No. 4, $22.50, 250 ft. of No. 6, $15.62; 1J in. iron con- 

duit,230ft. for $36.80; sundry, $49. 14 285 07 

Higman, Geo., & Son: obscure glass, 34 x 44, 70 bl. at $2.50; sundry glass, paint, etc, $46.22; 

labour, 273| h. at 50c 357 97 

Keeler, C. H. L., Co., Toronto: 2 gang switch boxes, 140 at 50c; 2 gang receptacle plates, 140 

at 50c; 2 gang covers for switch boxes, 140 at 24c 173 60 

Mills, A. K., & Son: Faience tile hearth and facing, 87 sq. ft. at $1.85; brass frames, and 

angles, 3 sets at $25; fire brick linings, 3 at $15; quarter cut oak shelves, 3 at $15; brass 

fender, $20; brass fire set, $11; brass screen, $16.50; sundry, $7.75 38120 

McCallum, W. R.: contract complete for electric wiring 9,449 00 

McCallum, W. R.r 2,300 ft. No. 4 str. r. c wire, $196.56; 400 ft. 1} in. conduit, $48; c i. 

boxes, 36 at $1.10, 30 at 60c; 16 Gesto cable hangers for manholes, $36; 100 condulets, 

$25.40; 1,500 ft. picture wire, $18; sundry, $110.50 492 06 

McFarlane & Douglas: supplying and erecting galv. iron ducts for the ventilation system, 

including registers, complete 1, 787 00 

McKinley & Northwood ($5,173.30)— 

Radiators (82): l,233n ft. at 26c, 450 at 28c, 2,076f at 30c, 2,816 at 33|c 2,013 12 

Thermograde graduating control valves: 3 of \ in., 29 of f in., 74 of 1 in.: in all, 106 at $7. . 742 00 

Therm ograde auto valves (return valves for radiator): 56 of \ in., 77 of \ in.: in all 133 at 

$8.75 1, 163 75 

Pump receiver, 1\ x 3 x 6, $207; dial thermometer $8, lubricator $8.50; labour on pump, 

139£ h. at 70c 321 15 

Steam valve regulator, 6 in., special, $175; sundry, $758.28 933 28 

McMahon, E. ($907.50)— 

Steam concrete roller, 42 d. at $10; steam road-roller, 37 d. at $7.50 697 50 

Heating 5 kettles, 60 d. at $2.50; heating pipes, 60 d. at $1 210 00 

Otis Fensom Elevator Co., Toronto ($3,422.43)— 

On account of contract of $4,500 for electric passenger elevator 3, 375 00 

Overhead supporting beams: 2 beams $28.48, 50 h. labour $18.95. 47 43 

Sicily Asphaltum Paving Co.: 1,593 blocks Sicily rock asphalt mastic, 50-015 tons at $25.75; 

Mexican asphalt, 18-54 tons at $40; § doz. mastic buckets, $10 2, 039 48 

Trudeau, A.: 3,000 ft. telephone duplex wire 75 00 

Wright & Co.: cement, 35 brl. at $2.20; drain pipes, 126 ft. at 30c; sundry, $19.70; less 

empty sacks returned, 139 at 10c , 120 60 

Carried forward 113,479 23 



V— 30 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa: Eastern Departmental Building: Addition— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 113, 479 23 

Sundry payments: cartage $87.06, castings $63.74, 3 settees $50.10, ten 3 pt. annunciators $39, 
telephone booth $38.20, 5-62 tons coal $33.17, elec. supplies $31.87, 15 brl. cement $27, 58 

pes. spruce $24.47, 10 blinds $23.50, 600 lb. mineral wool $18, sundry $220.49 656 60 

Wages, detailed under 'Ottawa Buildings Repairs' (Page V — 105) 12, 655 77 

On engineer's staff, at $3: Geo. Goodwin, jr. 50 d; B. Steers 50 d 300 00 

Foremen: at $3.50, M. Killian $138.06; at $3, A. Corisse $84, H. Hall $158; at $2.50, S. 

Campbell $60 440 06 

Cement finisher, J. Chaffer, 65-55 d. at $4 262 22 

Mastic finisher, 2-44 d. at $4, 15 at $4.75; mastic layer, A. Belland, 17f d. at $2.25; overpaid $2 122 85 

Raker, A. Dohink, 13 d. at $2, 39-66 d. at $3 145 00 

Engineer, "C. Hetherington, 43-44 d. at $2.25 97 75 

Roller-man, J. Rodgers: 6-11 d. at $2.50, 24-77 d. at $3.50 102 01 

Carpenters: 13-11 d. at $3.50, 5-66 d. at $2. 50 53 50 

Carpenters at $2.50: S. Nichol, 53-44 d., H. Rock 53.44 d 267 22 

Teams at $4.86; M. Eccles 25-88 d., Fx. Liberty 40.22 d., F. Robert 28-11 d., W. Smith 27-77 

d., O. Valiquette 25-11 d., sundry $65-31 1,032 48 

Carts, 62-44 d. at $2.75; labour, 16 d. at $2.75, 2-44 d. at $2.25 221 53 

Labour at $2: W. P. Moran 63-33 d., sundry 137 d 400 66 

Labour at $1.90: A. Gricken 89-94 d., W. Little 62 d., John McKay 57-44 d., A. Weir 88-44 d., 

sundry 1,978 • 18 d 4, 324 40 

134,561 28 

Less— Discounts (See V— 120) 13 03 



Total, carried to page V— 134, 548 25 



New Departmental Buildings: 

Sites West of Bank St: Apr. 1, 1912 to July SI, WIS ($1,301,804.71). 

Arnold, Wm.: 261-265|, 267-9, 273 Wellington, 50, 54-56 Kent: agreement for $106,000: 

paid on account 12, 500 00 £--"' 

Baker, Mrs. Jeannette: 393-5 Wellington: claimed $29,200; offered $18, 150: paid on account.. 8,347 01 
Bishop, Est. late R. N. ($117,101.93) — 

Wellington, 287-291; and part lot 11, Kent: purchase, $68, 480; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 9, 

1912, $3,365.58 71,845 58 */ 

Wellington, 323, 325: purchase $30,910; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 9, 1912, $1,496.01 32,406 01 

Kent, 46: purchase $12,210; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 9, 1912, $640.34 12,850 34 */ 

Blyth, Mrs. Jennie: lot 35 Kent: valued at $16,100: paid on account 5, 000 00 

Blyth, Mrs. Jennie: pt. lot 35 Vittoria N.: paid on account 1, 965 30 

Brennan, J. C: Nos. 4-16 Cliff : valued at $38,115; paid on account 30,000 00 

Capital Brewing Co.: preliminary valuations: N. W. cor. Bay, $34,800; N. E. cor. Bay, 
$52,800; buildings, N. W. cor. Bay $62,875; buildings, N. E. cor. Bay, $12,400; plant 
$80,870; removing part machinery $1,000; 10 p. c. for forcible taking $16,287; total 






$261,032, with further claims: paid on account 250 000 00 ■/ 

Capital Real Estate Co.: 74-76 Victoria, pt. lot 14, west side Kent: purchase $12,500; 5 p.c. 

interest from March 9, 1912, $479.38 , 12,979 38 !/ 

Clark, Annie C. and Jessie C: 75-83 Vittoria; 30 Cliff: purchase $32,500; 5 p.c. interest from 

Mar. 8, 1912, $1,306.38 33, 806 38 / 

Edey, Bindon & Edey: N. W. cor. Wellington and Bank: .33 ft. on Wellington, 90 ft. on Bank; 

purchase $20,680; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 9, 1912, $573.71 21,253 71 / 

Fournier, A. A.: 327-333 Wellington: paid on account 18, 302 50 

Gemmill, Mrs. Emily H.: lot No. 22, Vittoria: valuation $47,000; paid on account 25,000 00* 

Graham, Chas. K., and M. R. Tyrwhiff: 107-111 Vittoria: purchase $22,000; 5 p.c. interest to 

Mar. 9, 1912, $1,200. 19 23, 200 19 

Hillman, E. C: pt. lot 32, north side of Wellington: valuation, $17,750; paid on account 14,000 00 

Holland, Andrew ($81,296.30)— 

Wellington, north side: 3J acres, with 2 houses: valuation $75,500: paid on account 70,000 00 | 

Vittoria, No. 47: valued at $16,000: paid on account 3, 000 00 . 

Vittoria, No. 89: 30 ft. on Vittoria, 28J on Cliff, 132 ft. deep: purchase, $7,000; 5 p.c. 

interest, Mar. 9, 1912, to Jan. 11, 1913, $296.30. ". 7, 296 30 

Lot formerly owned by J. B. McRae: Valuation $2,300; paid on account 1, 000 00 , 

Holland, Mrs. George: Vittoria Apartments, 118-120 Vittoria St.: Valuation, over $20,000: 

paid on account 18, 507 90 i 

Home for Friendless Women, 399-403 Wellington: agreement, $37,225; paid on account 5, 000 00 v 

Jackson, Mrs. Selina H. (Mrs. James): $37,969.97— 

Vittoria, 69-73, and 14 Kent: purchase $20,300; 5 p.c. interest, Mar. 9, 1912 to Jan. 9, 

1913, $832.52 21, 132 52 ►' 

Vittoria, 84-88: purchase $16,140; 5 p.c. interest, Mar. 9, 1912 to Jan. 21, 1913, $697.45 16,837 45 / 

Keams, Jos. P.: No. 20 Lyon: purchase $4,070; 5 p. c. interest from March 9, 1912, $155.13. . 4, 225 13 

Carried forward . , 585, 894 42 



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New Departmental Buildings— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 585, 894 42 

Sites West of Bank St.: April 1, 1912 to July SI, 191S (#/ ,S01, 804.71 )— Concluded. 

Kennedy, Mary C: 110-114 Vittoria: purchase $17,700; 5 p.c. interest from March 9, 1912, 

$607.08; bonus on mortgage $67.50 18, 374 58 

Leggo, W. A.: No. 105 Vittoria St.: purchase $15,000; 5 p.c. interest, Mar. 9, 1912, to Jan. 

16, 1913, $645.21 15, 645 21 

Lindsay, Mrs. Mary Jane: 28-36 Kent: purchase $54,450; 5 p.c. interest, Mar. 9, 1912, to 

Apr. 15, 1913, $3,005.94 57,455 94 u^ 

Martin, Mrs. W. H.: south half lot 23, east side of Kent: claim $35,275.59: valuation not 

included: paid on account 14, 000 00 

Matheson, R. F.: part lot 14, west side of Kent: paid on account 6.T88 00 

Mathewson, R.: 72 Vittoria St. : valuation, $7,920; paid on account 1,500 00 

Moodie, John: 223-229 Wellington: paid on account 22, 662 50 l 

Morris, W. D.: west part of east half lot 21, Kent St., with frontage on Wellington: claim, 

$36, 200; valuation, $16, 400; paid qn account 16, 253 27 

McDonald, Geo.: part lot 14 on west side of Kent, known as 70 Vittoria and 20 Kent: purchase, 

$9,500; 5 p.c. interest, Mar. 9, 1912, to July 26, 1913, $657.19 10, 157 19 </ 

McLean, Simon J.: 21 Cliff St.: no agreement yet: paid on account 7,000 00 

Oliver, James: 345^-353 Wellington: purchase, $54,500; 5 p.c. interest, Mar. 29 to Oct. 2, 1912, 

$1,552.88 56,052 88 ^ 

Orme, Geo. L.: parts lots 30, 31, north side of Wellington: paid on account 26,371 99 iS 

Perley Home for Incurables: purchase, $96,250; 5 p.c. interest, Mar. 9, 1912, to Jan. 9, 1913, 

$4, 010. 42 100, 260 42 $S 

Pratt, Abraham: 277-283 Wellington: purchase, $61,946; 5 p.c. interest, from Mar. 9, 1912, 

$2,412.62 64,358 62 

Pratt, Mrs. Fanny: 319 Wellington: purc^se, $35, 210; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 9, 1912, $2,099.29 37, 309 29 
Pugsley, Hon. Wm.: 5 and 12 Bank, 14 Vittoria: purchase, $75,000; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 

9, 1912, $2, 491 . 17 77, 491 17 <^~* 

Rose, Jacob: 359-361 Wellington: purchase, $19,140; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 9, 1912, $765.88; 

less taxes and water rates, $17.79 19,888 09 

Russell, Jas. H.: 26-28 Lyon: purchase, $14,740; 5 p.c. interest from Mar. 9, 1912, $639.86 15,379 86 

Watson, Mrs. Elizabeth: lot No. 39, north side of Vittoria St.: valuation, $21,950; paid on 

account 5,000 00-- 

Wigmore, Jas.: 102-104 Vittoria: paid on account 10, 000 00 

Sussex Street Properties. 

Egleson, Martha: purchase, $9,200; 5 p.c. interest, Jan. 15, 1908, to Feb. 28, 1911, $1,436.71. . . 10,636 71 

Ottawa City: Taxes and Water Rates for 1912, West of Bank St. ($14,148.17). 

Arnold: 265, 265|, 267 Wellington, 50 Kent, $360.69; 271-3 Wellington, $181.98 542 67 

Baker, 393-5 Wellington, $122.96; Bank B. N. A., 239-241 Wellington, $667.98 790 94 

Bishop: 287-291 Wellington, $681.84; 323 Wellington, $130.83; 46 Kent, $108.68 921 35 

Blyth:3 Kent, $128.96; 13 Kent, $54.48 183 44 

Brennan, 4-14 Cliff, $213.75; Brown, 357-357^ Wellington, $89. 19 302 94 

Brunette, 287-9 Wellington, $2.64; Brunnell, 363-5 Wellington, $89 .40 92 04 

Burke, 39-41 Vittoria, $86.08; Butterworth, 115 Vittoria, $175.20 261 28 

Capital Brewing Co.: 371-383 Wellington, $358.77; 385 Wellington, $462.27 821 04 

Clark: 75-85 Vittoria, $240.80; 30 Cliff, $17.40 258 20 

Cleave, 125 Vittoria, $35.97; Devlin, lots 8-10 Cliff, $9.14 45 11 

Douglas, 9 Lyon, $56.63; Edwards, 247 Wellington, $17; Edey, Wellington, $4.60 78 23 

Fournier: 41 Lyon, $203.59; 327-333 Wellington, $974.83 1, 178 42 

Gemmell, 22 Vittoria, $369.34; Goodall, 305 Wellington, $181.80 551 14 

Gorman, 22 Kent, $40.59; Graham, 107-111 Vittoria, $175.32 215 91 

Graham, 3 Cliff, $93.44; Hall, 299-303 Wellington, $432.23 , 525 67 

Hillman, 203.-5 Wellington, $116.61; Holbrook, 25 Cliff, $205.86 322 47 

Holland, Andrew: 46-50 Lyon, $139.71; 47 Vittoria, $92.05; 89 Vittoria, $53.67 285 43 

Holland, Geo., $146.01; Home for Friendless Women, $2.59 148 60 

Jackson: 84-88 Vittoria, $122.59; 14 Kent, 69-73 Vittoria, $52.46 175 05 

Kearns, 20 Lyon, $19.01; Langelier, 71 Lyon, $9.79 28 80 

Kennedy: 101 Vittoria, $78.32; 110-114 Vittoria, $195.39 273 71 

Lawsons, 367-9 Wellington, $98 . 21; Leggo, 105 Vittoria, $81 .43 179 64 

Lindsay, 24-32, 36 Kent, $343. 15; Mather & Finnie, 343-5 Wellington, $389.59 732 74 

Manuel, John, Vittoria St.: 36, $486.12; 96, $234.06; lots 25-26, $106.20 826 38 

Martin, W. H.: s. h. 23 Vittoria, $5.89; vacant lot, Kent, $4.20 10 09 

Moodie, 223-9 Wellington, $418. 43; Morris, 253 Wellington, $128.89 547 32 

McCarthy, Mrs. A.: 256-26U Wellington, 40 Kent, $460.96; 37 Vittoria, $104.69 565 65 

McLean, 21 Cliff, $136.11; McRae, 16 Lyon, $13.43 149 54 

Oliver, 347-353 Wellington, $297.57; Orme, 207-215 Wellington, $564.25 861 82 

Perley Home, 415 Wellington, $53.74; Porter, 74-76 Vittoria, $66 119 74 

Carried forward 1,324,436 78 



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New Departmental Buildings— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 1,324,436 78 

Ottawa City: Taxes and Water Rates for 1912, West of Bank— Concluded. 

Powell, 283-5 Wellington, $62.40; Poulin, 95 Vittoria, $32.30 94 70 

Pratt, A., 277-281 Wellington, $297.49; Pratt, Mrs. Fanny, 319 Wellington, $176.77 474 26 

Pugsley, Hon. Wni.: 12 Bank, $271.26; vacant lot, Vittoria St., $204.37 475 63 

Rea & Co., stables, Kent St., $7.33; Ross, 359-361 Wellington, $95.70 103 03 

Russell, 26-28 Lyon, $86.42; Seaton, 309 Wellington, $134.03 220 45 

Sinclair, 217-221 Wellington, $220.22; Thompson, 70 Vittoria, 20 Kent, $120. 14 340 36 

Wigmore, 102-4 Vittoria, $91.05; Wilson, 247 Wellington, $130.55; Wilson, 117 Vittoria, $217.78 439 38 

Ottawa City: Taxes and Water Rates for 1912 on Egan Block. 
On Egan Block, 21-29 Sparks St.: taxes, $1, 530.88; water rates, $178.80 1,709 68 

Total 1 , 328 , 294 27 

Less— Charged to fiscal year 1913-14 445, 622 05 

Charged to 1912-13 882,672 22 

Valuators, Agents, d:c. ($12,498.85). 

Valuators on Wellington St. expropriations: S. J. Davis, $2,000; C. P. Meredith, $2,000; 

N. D. Porter, $2,000 6,000 00 

Agent re Wellington St. expropriations: A. G. Acres, on account: $3,500 and $2,000 5,500 00 

Valuators on Explosives Testing Station: A. G. Acres, $75; D. O'Connor, jr., $75; W. E. Scriv- 

ens, $75 •. 225 00 

Valuator on Capital Brewing Plant: Can. Inspection Laboratories: services, 10 d. at $30; 

expenses of A. Boyer and assistant, $50.85 350 85 

Valuator on Sussex St. Properties: M. C. Edey, valuing 5 properties (total value, $156,655). . 313 00 

Valuator on Modern Machine Co.'s Plant: Milton W. Merrill, appraising plant for purposes of 

removal '. 100 00 

Valuing furniture at Pratt Apartments, Wellington St.: H. W. Sherwood, valuing furniture, &c 10 00 

Legal Services ($877.76). 

Bray, Chas. L.: re Jas. Oliver, $83; voucher 46, 246 not at hand, $100 ■ 183 00 

Code & Burritt: re Egan Estate, $207.20; re Wellington St., $6 213 20 

Thompson, John: re Eli A. Rivers, $210.03; re J. E. Taggart, $271.53 481 56 

Survey of Wellington Street Sites ($2,945.05). 

Farley, R. W. & S. E., Ottawa: April 6 to Nov. 27, 1912: new sets of tracings- 
Professional services, 158 d. at $12 1,896 00 

Assistance: 3 men for $7, 90 d.; 2 men for $5, 33 d 795 00 

Draftsman, $110; registry office fees, $14.05 124 05 

New sets of tracings for plates 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 130 00 

Landscape Architects ($4,276.51). 

Todd, Fredk. G., landscape architect, Montreal — 

Professional fee, report on extension of Parliament Building grounds .,. . 1,800 00 

Travel and hotel expenses of self and assistant 43 18 

White, Edward, landscape architect, London, Eng. — 

Report and preparation of plans for laying out Government properties recently acquired 

north of Wellington St 2,433 33 

Maintenance of Buildings Rented to Tenants ($2,755.50). 

Browne, W. J.: scrubbing at 75c. per w., 26 Lyon, 24 w., 28 Lyon, 36 wk.; attending furnaces 

at $6 per m., 26 Lyon, 6 m., 28 Lyon, 5| m.; sundry, $12.35 126 35 

Carnochan, John, roofing, at J. J. Enright's, 2,250 ft at $2.75; at 229 Wellington, 540 ft. at 

$3 50; at 279 Wellington, 700 ft. at $3*. 50 105 28 

Carson, W. J.: 82| x 94|-in. glass at 271 Wellington, $45; sundry, $60.03 105 03 

Fournier, A. A., furniture, &c, in Northcliff Apartments, 41 Lyon: gas stoves, 3 at $22, 1 
at $21; refrigerators, 3 at $10; wardrobes, 3 at $12; 30 window shades, $25; coal, 5 tons at 

$7; sundry, $69.98 282 98 

Hobbs, H.: doors, platform, railing, steps, &c, in rear of 335 Wellington 26 00 

Holland, Mrs. George: 6 refrigerators, $80; 6 kitchen cabinets, $72; 6 gas stoves, $100; coal 

stove, $5; gas heater tank, $15; 6 lamp shades, $28 300 00 

Independent Coal Co., coal: nut, 2 ton at $8; egg and stove, 6 at $7.75; egg, 65 ton at $8 582 50 

Johnson, Mi*s B.: cleaning Wellington Apartments, 279 Wellington, May 24, 1912, to March, 

1913 45 00 

Carried forward 904,843 53 



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New Departmental Buildings— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 904, 843 53 

Maintenance of Buildings Rented to Tenants — Concluded. 

Kaer, S., furnaceman at B. N. A. Bank, Dec, 1912 10 00 

Kelly & Ferguson, papering and painting house for J. C. Kearns, Sussex St 49 00 

Lafortune, J. A., fire repairing, carpenter work for J. C. Kearns, 376 Sussex 36 50 

McFarlane & Douglas: re-roofing and repairing roof at 12 and 16 Cliff « 35 00 

McKenna, Mrs. M.: work at 241 Wellington, 26 d. at SI 26 00 

Neville, P. J., attending furnace at 279 Wellington St., Oct., Nov., $20, Dec.-Feb., $45 65 00 

Ottawa City Electric Dept. — 

Whiteway lighting, 6 m. to Sept. 1, 1912, for 327 Wellington 40 05 

Current at 120 Vittoria, 5 m. to Aug. 31, 1912 9 17 

Ottawa Electric Co., lighting, &c, at sundry buildings 51 63 

Russell, J. H., 26 and 28 Lyon: gas range, $55.50; sundry, $33; interest, $4.42 92 92 

Sovereign Real Estate Co:: cleaning ashes, 209, 211, 239 Wellington, $25; sundry, $8 33 00 

Walker, R. H., repairing roofs 80 50 

Hardware: H. Foisy, $43.70; W. A. Rankin, $96.91; sundry, $33.60 174 21 

Plumbing and heating: McKinley & Northwood, $160. 18; sundry $100.24 260 42 

Coal: Argue & McColl, $34.88; C. W. Bangs, $7.75; Barrett Bros., $40 82 63 

Papering and glazing, $54.04; electrical supplies, $16.29; sundry, $66 136 33 

Sundry Government Offices ($1,024.16). 

Customs Dept., B. N. A. Bank Building: charwoman $29, furnace-man $11.25, sweeping 

flues, $9 '. 49 25 

Customs Dept., 41 Lyon: gas, $57.93, pluiiibing $9.76, kindling $2 . 38 70 07 

Customs Dept., 76 Vittoria: D. G. Gilmour & Co.: 1 x 8 box t. & g., d. 2 s., 4,940 ft. at 

$26, cartage $1 .40 129 84 

Hawkesbury Building: sand, 1 load 2 10 

Inland Revenue Dept.: Alex. Fleck, 40 washers, 153 lb. at 3§c 5 36 

Interior Dept. 35 Cliff: Acme closet $28 . 50, hardware $15.84 44 34 

Library of Parliament: J. Wigmore, carting to 59 Vittoria 20 00 

Major's Hill Park: repairing boiler $16.25; 7 sheets expanded metal, 378 ft. at 3c 27 59 

Marine & Fisheries, 69 Vittoria: electric light $26.98, cartage $25 51 98 

Militia, 118-120 Vittoria: A. Chabot, cupboard, 18 ft. at $3 54 00 

New Examining Warehouse: carriage bolts, 75 at 7c 5 25 

Parliament Buildings: new tube in boiler 10 00 

Pavements: Thos. Fleming, paving residuum, 750 gal. at 13Jc 101 25 

Post Office Garage, Wellington St. : hardware $7 . 88, lumber $4 . 67 12 55 

Victoria Island ($401 . 18)— 

Fleming-Dupuis Supply Co.: pea stone, 19-787 ton at $2.50 49 47 

Fleming, Thos.: master-builders' cement filler, 300 lb. at 35c 105 00 

Garriocb , Godard & Co. : §-in. galvaduct, 800 ft. at 7ic. ; sundry $23 . 99 81 99 

Pedlar People: expanded metal lath, 3,240 sq. ft. at 3c 97 20 

Plumbing $59.77, lumber $7.75 67 52 

Victoria Museum: D. G. Gilmour & Co.: 1 x 8 t. & g. d. 2 s., 1,500 ft. at $26; cartage 40c 39 40 

Commissions on Collections of Rent ($2,272.02). 

Acres, A. G.: 5 per cent on $19,698, collected between Apr. 1, 1912 and Feb. 28, 1913 984 88 

Beach & Argue: 5 per cent on $6, 131 .56, collected between May 7, 1912 and Mar. 8, 1913 306 57 

Browne, W. J.: 5percent on $4,318.80 collected between Apr. 1 and Mar. 31, $215.94; overpaid 

-21c 216 15 

Code & Burrett: 10 per cent on $624 collected, $62.40; paid bailiff W. A. Cole $33.88 96 28 

Minard, M. A.: 5 per cent on $6,090 collected between May 1 and Jan. 31, $304.50; cash- 
book 60c 305 10 

Sovereign Real Estate Co.: 5 per cent on $7,217.15, collected to Feb. $360.89; outlay $2.15. . 363 04 

Sundry Accounts. 

Birkett & Son: f-in. rd. iron, 10,585 lb. at $2.05 217 00 

Brooks, H. W.: river-washed sand, 854 c. yd. at $1.05 896 70 

Canadian Oil Companies: Maple Leaf cyl. oil, 177 gal. at 75c; National Light oil, 274-| gal. 

at 17c; sundry $29.10 208 53 

Chabot, A.: boxes for tools, &c: 2 at $19.75, 1 at $15, 2 at $14.75, 2 at $14.50, 2 at $12.50, 

2 at $12, 2 at $11.50; 4 locks $2. 50 187 50 

Cuzner Hardware Co.: iron, 27,642 lb. at $1.90, 1,935 at $2.35; £-in. rubber packing, 60 lb. 
at $1, 33 lb. gray at 40c; 10 ft. cast-steel drills, l£-in. made to order, 3 at $15; steel pan 
wheelbarrows, 12 doz. at $3.25; best grade wheelbarrows, 6 at $4; 5-ply Red Cross 

hose, 100 ft. at 30c; 7-lb. rock picks and handles, 36 at 80c; sundry hardware, $398.93 1,207 59 

Carried forward 912, 039 39 

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New Departmental Buildings— Concluded. $ ct s . 

Brought forward ( g^ Q39 39 

Sundry Accounts — Concluded. 

Fleming, Matthew, Cantley ($1,985)— 

Rock crusher, June 1 to 15, 1912: 15 d. at $10 1 eq ™ 

Portable sawmill, boiler and engine at Lyon St., Dec. 1-26, 1912: 26 d! at $10 260 00 

Rock-crusher, boiler and engine, conveyers, &c, at Lyon St.: Dec. 1 1912 to Feb ' 28* 

1913: 90 calendar d. at $17.50 1 u7k nn 

Fleming, Thos., Ottawa ($3,210.56)— 1,0/0 uu 

Pea stone, 97 -427 1. at $2 50; Portland cement at factory (teamed by Dept.) 51 brl. at $1 • 508 320 4S 
Portland cement, 231,000 lb. at 48-8 c. per 100 lb., less excess of bags returned this year 

3,025 at 10c J ' «24 78 

Cement in bags, 1,176 lb. at $1-608; less delivered to T. Fleming," 25 brl. at $2- 103 ".'. '. 1 838 30 

Master-builders' C9m3nt filler, 700 lb. at 35c; less, asphalt, 90 gal. at 20c 227 (m 

TLW ? 0, \ *-~ in * 6 X 19 C - C - S ' Wire ^ 0pe ' 40 ° ft> at 13 * c - ; two 10 x 10 ft - blastingmats, 

1,800 Id. at 8c; 1-m. flex, copper steam hose, 40 ft. at $1.75; No. 407 Champion forge $39- 

balata belting, 87£ ft. at 66c; sundry hardware $58.27 .... ' 49909 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co.: 4 x 4 spruce, 1,355 ft. at $28; 2-in. rough spruce, l,000f't. at $20;' cartage 

60c; overpaid, to be deducted in 1913-14, $57 38.. 1Uoo 

Graham Bros.: lawn grass, 537 lb. at 28c i*n qr 

Gray-Harvey Co.: iron (prices per 100 ft.): lj-in. rd., 2,498 ft. at $8 47;'l'-'in' sa " 13' 675 'ft 

at $6.90; 1-in. rd., 3,817 ft. at $5.42; |-in. sq., 5,262 ft. at $5.28; |-in. rd 208 ft at 

$4.14; f-in. sq. 5,479 ft at $3.88; f-in. rd., 1,806 ft. at $3.05; f-in. sq., 2,045 ft. at $2:70; 

8 -m. rd., 2,407 It. at $2.11 « ~„„ 

Gray-Harvey Co.: 1-in. steam hose, 50 ft. at 90c; sundry hardware $34' 41 7q 1? 

Independent Coal Co.: steam coal, 46-37 net t. at $5.50; smith coal, 1-08't,' at $7 " 9 fi o *A 

Mussens, Ltd.: No. 730, 30 cu. ft. Insley receiving hopper $90; No. 2,850, 50 ft. x 10-in 'insle'v 

swivel head spouts, 2 at $130; sundry parts $97.25 dA7 , 

McCallum, W. R.: No. 18 flex. n. c. cord, 5,000 ft. $100; No. 14 r.' c'.'w'ir e ; 3,000 ft.' $37 50'; 

i-in. flex, conduit, 500 ft. $30; sundry $13.48 ' , Rft OQ 

Mackenzie Ltd repairing and oiling tarpaulins: 10 at $25, 1 at $13, 2 at $12,' 1 at $9,'i at $6. 302 00 

McMahon.E.: Portland cement, 1,884 brl. at $1.59; bags not returned, 824 at 10c; less teaming °° 

by Govt., 150 brl. at 10c q ftfi9 

Ottawa City year 1912, Sussex St. properties: taxes $1 ,009. 38,' water rates,' $149 02 '.'.'." ' 1 i«& ?n 
§: C , y , A ?? h f. ltu . m Paving Co.: Sicily rock asphalt mastic: 10 tons at $25 75 or? S 

Steel & Radiation: expanded metal, 2, 872 sq. ft. at 3c. c« S 

$»% W ?" re ^y goofing, 8 000 sq ft. at 3§c; bubbles.'il at $16; "block 'tin! 5 sheets', 6 16 

$52.75; dynamite, 8 cases at $11; shovels, 48 at 75c; sundry hardware $469.32 1 062 n? 

llTqiS^^ Esmondes $62. 17, H. Foisy $67.57, E J. Laverdure *° 62 ° 7 

$148.94, Mulhall Co. $59.17, W. A. Rankin $144.54, sundry $27 20 k7a oa 

Foundry work: Campbell Steel Works $151 . 15, Davidson & Crooks $1 .'34,' Alex! Fleck $195'. 14, 24 

x . J^awson & cons $127 .06 .„ . 

T,US t K >in ^?«Q h ^ at ^ n ?L Jfe 1 ^ 1 ^ ? North ' w ood $108. 95', J.' R.' McLennan'$4i2 .'65.'.'.'. .' .' .' .' .' ' .' .' Sf nn 

Lumber $95.68, freight $76.15, coal $59.02, drain pipes, &c $37.70, oil $34.02, sundry $72.96 37^ 53 

Department at Ottawa. 
Car 200 on8 J 'x M^^ 83 f ° r Photogra P her ' s Branch: 200 of 11 x 17, $24; 200 of 14 x 18, $40; 



Accidents. 
Par b n uildingf " M ' D ' : attending Paul Labelle after accident in demolishing Sussex Street 



112 00 



54 00 



Wages. 
Detailed with Wages, New Departmental Buildings , . ( p age V— 76) 71 , 183 30 

1,000,139 47 
Less sales of old furniture 1 oq 59 

Tw °*?Q r £ ent Cash discount: W.Strach'an $20.85',' J.'R.' McLennan $8:65,' sundry 

fciy.dcJ j 4ft 9Q 

One per sent cash discount: Can. Oil Go's .'.'.'.'.'.*.'.'.'.'!!!!! 34 

178 09 

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Superintendent, R. S. Low: Mar. 16 to May 15, 1913, 2 m. at $150 

Electrician, A. Hudon: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $95 

Engineer, A. Ricndeau: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $70 

Foremen at $3.50: Bert. ClafTy 56 d., J. C. Kiely 64-11 d 

Foremen: Alex. Corisse, 35-55 d. at $3; H. Segalovitch , 12 d. at $2.75 

Sub-foreman, Harry Hall: 27-88 d. at $2.50, 41 at $2.75, 40-66 at $3 

Sub-foremen: N. Killoran, 7 d. at $2.50; F. McMullin, 45 d. at $2.25; Wm. McLean, 51-33 d. 

at $2 

Asphalt foreman, Geo. Palmer: 38-77 d. at $4.50. .' 

Engineers: C. Hetherington, 68-55 d. at $2.25; J. Slattery, 18 d. at $3.50 

Engineers: Jos. Johnston, 47-33 d. at $2 25 (short paid 25c); Thos. Shore, 35-88 d. at $2.75.. 

Engineer's staff, at $3: J. Goodwin 56 d., W. G. Masson, 29 d 

Timekeeper, R. F. Palmer, 38 d. at $3; watchman, Peter McKay, 101 d. at $1.75 

Watchmen at $1 .90: Pierre Pietre, 81 d., Chas. Taylor 79d 

Carpenter, J. B. Brady: 9-44 d. at $2.50, 27 d. at $3 

Carpenters at $2.50: H. Bowser 15-11 d., H. Roche 34-44 d., Geo. Shore 27-22 d 

Carpenters: Jos. Benoit, 39-88 d. at $3; Geo. Shore, 2d. at $2.25 

Clerks: V. Noel, 94-88 d. at $2; W. Robinson, 14 d. at $2. 25 

Storekeeper, Wm. Doran: 173-44 d. at $2 

Cement finishers at $4: Jas. Chaffee 39-55 d., Wm. Kirkland 32-66 d 

Mastic finisher, Ls. Collette: 34 d. at $4, 16-55 d. at $4.75 

Master- workers: S. Collete, 14 d. at $4 .75; John Foley, 30 d. at $2, 15 at $2.50 

Roilermen: N. Dohonyk, 26-88 d. at $3; Jos. Rodgers, 40.33 d. at $3.50 

Asphaltman, P. Laberte, 12 d. at $2.75; sundry, 13 d. at $2, 13 at $2. 10 .' 

Plumbers at $2.25: John Bussell 15 d., Thos. Larose 16-44 d 

Horse and cart, Matt. Fleming, 19 d. at $3; horse and carriage, T. Birt, 21 d. at $3 

Teams at $4.86: M. Eccles 53-44 d., sundry 101-27 d 

Horse and cart at $2.75: D. Burns 7, Chs. Corisse 50-55, H. Groulx 84-11, E. Leclair, 35-33, 

Jos. Robillard 31-55, O. Scherrier 25-55 

Labourers: 76-33 d. at $2.25; 65-22 d. at $2; 7,322-7 d. at $1.90; 66-22 d. at $1.75; 30-55 d. 

at $1; 26 d. at 75c 

Unclaimed wages: John Clark $11.40, Jos. Hudesky $2.11, E. Langevin $3.16, N. G. Stanley, 

$2.75 

Wages, detailed with 'Ottawa Buildings: Bepairs' (Page V — 105) 

Bell. Dr. D. M.: professional services re H. McKerns, June 26-July 29, 1912 

Bertschinger, A. H.: steel conduit, 1,000 ft. of |-in. $77.50, 100 ft. of f-in. $10.65; r. c. wire, 

6,564 ft. No. 18 $65.64, 2,000 ft. of No. 10 $50; 500 ft. of No. 14 duplex, $20; 1,000 ft. of 

style 'C'wire, $20; sundry, $96. 16 

Brooks. H. W.: river sand, 71 loads at $2.10, 258 cu. yd. at $1.05 

Campbell Bros. Steel and Iron Works: repairing mastic kettles $30, 4 covers $35, straighten- 
ing 6 cylinder stone heaters $19 . 20, steel plate 80c 

Campbell Steel and Iron Works Limited: hangers, connection plates and bend I beams for 

trolley run and erecting same, $155; piece shaft steel, $1 .70 

Cauadian Alexalite, Toronto: type 'A' standards alexalite fittings complete, 14 at $13.50; 

500 watt tungsten lamps, 110 v., 14 at $5; less, $3.12, express, and less $1, broker's fee. . 

Canadian Buffalo Forge Co., Montreal: 3-in. class 'O' pump, motor and regulator 

Canadian Oil Companies: Maple Leaf cylinder oil, 5 gal. at 80c, 42-5 at 75c; National light 

oil, 199 gal. at 17c; sundry oil, $7.25; 3 brl. and 4 cans, $7 

Carson, W. J.: roll paper, 112 rolls at 40c; glass, star, 400 ft. 26 x 36 at 20c 

Central Paving Co.: 700 brick $52.50, cartage $1 .75 

Davidson, James: ash partition, bottom part panel work, top part with sash and plain glass, 

130 1. ft. at $6.25; arch partition, 10 1. ft. at $7; 400 hardwood stakes $32, 500 ft. spruce 

for pickets $30, sundry $27.25 

Dominion Transport Co.: cartage 

Eclipse Manufacturing Co.: steel fittings for photographic laboratory, Geological Survey 

Branch 

Ellacott, J. A. L., electrical supplies 

Fleming-Dupuis Co.: crusher, boiler, &c, 75 d. at $17.50; steam concrete mixer, 46 d. at $10. 
Fleming-Dupuis Supply Co.: 70,000 lbs. cement, $341.60; mastic builders' cement filler, 

700 lb. at 35c; limestone grit, 75-504 t. at $2.50; f stone, 106-041 t. at, $1.85; sand, 60 
cu. yd. river washed at $1.05, 40 yd. pit at 90c; bags, 800 at 10c; less, bags returned, 

4, 939 at 10c . . 

Fleming, Thos.: steam concrete mixer, 75 d. at $10; plough and scraper, 60 d. at $1.50 

Fleming, Thomas: stone, pea, 489-1975 t. at $2.50, 35 at $2.05, f-in., 101-421 t. at $1.85, 150 

at $1.40; Trinidad pitch flux, 29,500 lb. at l-9c; paving residuum, 1,500 imp. gal. at 13^c; 

cement, 368,462-5 lb. at 48-80c per 100 lb.; bags, 4,232 at 10c; less, bags returned, 

5,420 at 10c, and less cartage and labour, $57.41 

Floor Finishers: Simplex treating floors 



300 00 
1,140 00 
840 00 
420 40 
139 67 
304 47 

221 41 
174 50 
217 25 
204 93 
255 00 
290 75 
304 00 
104 61 
191 92 
124 15 
221 25 
346 87 
288 55 
214 65 
164 00 
221 95 
86 30 
70 75 
120 00 
751 95 

643 75 

14,381 43 

19 42 

8,211 95 

40 00 



339 95 
420 00 

85 00 

156 70 

254 88 
598 00 

83 97 

124 80 

54 25 



971 75 
63 60 

1,225 00 
70 80 

1,772 50 



656 64 
840 00 



4,077 25 
474 16 



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V— 36 AUDITOR HEX URAL'S RE TORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Victoria Memorial Museum— Continued. % cts. 

Brought forward 43, 285 13 

Gamoch, Godard & Co.: special relays, 3 at $16, 16 at $13.25; 250w. Mazda lamps, 20 at 

$3.45; 2 swing brackets with aluminum reflectors, 18 at $2; \ iron conduit, 400 ft., $29; 

batteries, 6 at $4.75; brass chain, 85 ft. at 33c; sundry, $145.27 595 82 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co., lumber: 2 x 4-in., 14 to 16 ft. spruce, 1,300 ft. at $22; 1 x 8-in., etc., 

d. 2 s., 5,530 ft. at $2G; cartage, $1.25 173 63 

Goodwin, Geo.: sundry material, $11 .82; carpenter, 136 h. at 30c 52 62 

Graham Bros. : 750 lb. Central Farm lawn grass seed 217 50 

Grand Trunk Railway System: freight 115 28 

GraveUe, J. Geo. & Co.: type T' Cooper Hewitt lamps, 800 c. p., 400 v., 60 eye, 6 for $360; 

annunciator, $28; steel conduit, 450 ft. of \-m. for $45, 100 ft. of |-in. $13; 3-lt. tungsten 

fixtures, 5 at $10.30; sundry, $38.49 535 99 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., Montreal: 3 perforated mats, pattern 101, 301 lbs. in all. 213 50 

Heney, John & Son.: lump coal, 9-73 t. at $5.50 53 51 

Hill, James: \ x 6 pine, 3500 ft. at $35; oak, 500 ft. of lx4red $45, 3001. ft. for $11. 25; sundry, 

$29.95 208 70 

Kyle's Cabinet Works: photographic laboratory fittings 1,362 00 

Lawson, Thos. & Sons: improved hydrants, 2 at $110; castings for tees, elbows, etc., 4,262 lb. 

at 3^c; sundry, $127.05 496 26 

Library Bureau ($20,068)— 

On account of contract for metal cases 19, 000 00 

Museum case, clip construction, $590; 100 telescopic shelf supports, $200 790 00 

Oak double desk $100, board room table $75, 6 chairs $37 212 00 

Bookcases, 2-in. oak, 2 ends and 2 separators $50; sundry, $16 66 00 

Modern Machine Co.: making 3 sets of post hinges at $40; sundry, $11 131 00 

Mulhall Hardware Co. : hardware 73 76 

McCallum, W. R.: 250 ft. No. 0000 paper insulated lead covered cable, $140; fuses, 48 at 50c, 

6 at $2 . 25, 6 at $3 . 60; 500 watt tungsten lamps, 4 at $6; conduit, 150 ft. of lf-in. steel $24 . 50, 

150 ft. of Hn. iron $12; sundry, $115.85 375 45 

McKinley & Northwood: drinking fountains and bubbling heads $257.20, sundry supplies 

$11 .80 269 00 

McLennan, R.: pig lead, 2,'580 lb. at 4-6c; 1,1691 ft. pipe, $107.04; 2-in. Kerr gate valves, 

18 at $4.50; sundry supplies, $258.07. , .♦ 564 79 

McMahon, E.: sand, 50 loads at $2.07; steam roller, 53 d. at $7.50; 5 heating pots, 53 d. at 

$5; heating pipes, 38 d. at $1 671 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. ($11,878.85) — 

Contract for steel fittings, complete, $5,895; less, $2,395, paid in 1913-14 3,500 00 

Steel cases, A, B, C, D and E in distribution room and 2 cases 'H' in corridor 4, 692 00 

Steel library shelving, $1,930; steel lockers, 20 at $30 2,530 00 

Steel wardrobes, 4 at $25; steel uprights, 5 at $30; steel cabinets, 2 at $43, 6 at $38. . . . 564 00 

Book sections, 15 at $5.50, 63 at $3.50, 19 at $3.25; case tops, 26 at $2.25; bases, 26 at $3 501 25 

Steel base $48, table $23, section $8, freight $12.60 91 60 

Ottawa Improvement Commission: services of steam roller, Oct. 18-Nov. 3, 17 d. at $4. . .... 68 00 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: quartered oak desks w r ith plate glass tops, 5 at $45; revolving chairs, 

7 at $17; truck, 14-in. wide, $30; table, $18; oak bookcase unit, with wood doors, $17; 

chairs, 2 at $4 . 95 418 90 

Rankin, W. A.: hardware, etc 80 95 

Robertson, Thomas, &Co., Montreal: 4 in. black pipe, 171f ft. for $44.08; brass cocks, \\ doz.at 

$31.75; water service boxes, 16 at $1.40; sundry, $5.73 Ill 90 

Schwab Boiler Heating Co., Winnipeg: royalty on setting of 3 boilers 1, 495 00 

Shipway Iron, Bell & Wire Mfg. Co.: panels of iron work, 12 at $10; posts, 18 at $5 210 00 

Sicily Asphaltum Paving Co., Montreal: asphalt, 45 tons at $25.75; mastic buckets, \\ doz. at 

$20 1, 188 75 

Stanley, L. E., & Co.: cork carpet, 130 sq. yd. at 90c; axministerrug, $45 162 00 

Stewart & Co.: making 4 screens, $128; Storey, D., lumber, $105.82 233 82 

Strachan, Wm.: cold rolled copper, 296 lb. at 35c; 50 ft. hose, $15; sundry $46.96 165 56 

Thornton & Truman,: erecting turnstiles and railing: material, $23.55; labour, 115| his. at 60c, 

23| at 50c 104 75 

Trudeau, Arthur: 275 ft. steel conduit, $24.75; 1, 275 ft. r. c wire for $26; 500 ft. flex, cord, $12.50; 

sundry $59.59 122 84 

Wright, & Co.: 18 in. drain pipe, 160 ft. at 95c; 3 in. land tile, 1,200 ft. at 2|c; 15 brl. cement, 

$27; sundry, $19.70 , 228 70 

Sundry payments: hardware, $84.27; carpet $59.06; 500 No. 1 white enam. bricks $47.50; 104 

rubber blocks $44.80; valves, etc. $43.59; tel. supplies $40.56; 22| ft. marble and labour $39; 

cab hire and car fares $39.49; cartage $38.86; 5 ft. electrolier $38.62; 2 slate tops $36.50; 36 yd. 

river sand $37.80; 1,000 ft. \ cut oak $30.75; 2 manhole frames and covers $27.48; 241 yd. 

cotton $26.26; castings $25.66; slate sink $25; 3 brl. lamp black $22.50; 6 brass hooks $21; 12 

asphalt rakes $20.80; lumber $20.30; coal $19.31; freight and express $19.16; 7 motor covers 

$15; 58 loadsashes $14.50; sundry $203.08 1,040 85 

Carried forward 86, 974 31 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE V— 37 

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Victoria Memorial Museum— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 86, 974 31 

Advertising $25.20; King's Printer $18.07 43 27 

Total 87, 017 58 

Less— Discounts (See V— ) 36 95 

Refund by Ottawa City, for services of 1911-12 68 00 

104 95 

Total, carried to page V— 2 86,912 63 

Toronto New Dominion Buildings. 

Imperial Motor Car Co.: purchase price of site, land and building, for motor garage, 87 to 95 
Richmond St., East, $80,000; interest on purchase price, Dec. 1 — 11, $109.60; taxes,. &c, 

$73.80 : 80, 183 40 

Toronto, City of: commuted amount of local improvement tax, 4 years, $62.14 per yr 228 25 

Travel and outlay, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 26 70 

Legal services: Allan, Cassels & Defries, Toronto 210 55 

Total, carried to page V— 2 80, 648 90 

Bare Point Breakwater. 

Thunder Bay Contracting Co., Ltd.: estimate No. 9 to Dec. 8, 1912, on $361,800 contract for 

construction of breakwater $239,600; less $23,960 drawback and $18,450 paid 1911-12, V— 30 197, 190 00 

Inspectors at $4 per d.: B. Hey, June 6-Dec. 13, 1912, 188 d.; A. Miller, June-Nov., 1912, 176 d.. 1,456 00 

Advertising 14 20 



Total, carried to page V— 2 198, 660 20 

Port Arthur and Fort William: Harbour and River Improvements. 

Smith & Heney — 

Contract for work on Mission River Wharfs complete — 

Framing in cribs: 388,692 ft. at $29, 1,238,772 ft. at $28.50, 2,371,910 ft. at $28, 924,170 ft. 

at $27.50, 262,465 ft. at $27, 433,083 ft. at $26, 1,360,717 ft. at $25 190,769 80 

Bolts, 226,743 lb. machine at 6c, 446,481 lb. at 4c 31 ,463 82 

Steel rings, &c, 20,068 lb. at 7c; bollards, 80 at $60 6,204 79 

Concrete 5,485-48 c yd. at $8.50, 10,334-41 c yd. at $6.75 116, 383 84 

Stone, 71,536 c yd. at $1.30 92, 996 80 

437,819 02 

:— Paid in 1909-10 (Page V— 23) 27,450 00 

1910-11 (Page V— 32) 160, 190 00 

" " 1911-12 (Page V— 30) 55,660 00 

Timber supplied, 4,919,505 ft. at $22.50 110, 688 86 

353, 9S8 86 



83,830 16 
Est. No. 3 to May 31, 1913, on $132,000 contract for construction of additional section to 

quay wharfs $140,030; less $14,000 drawback and $27,370 paid in 1913-14 98, 660 00 

Total paid Smith & Heney in 1912-13 182,490 16 

Thunder Bay Contracting Co.: Est. No. 3 to Dec. 14, 19 12, on contract for placing rip rap at new 

breakwater $9, 500; less drawback $950 8, 550 00 

Can. Pac Ry. Co.: purchase price of road allowance 1, 190 00 

Great Lakes Dredging Co.: clearing Westfort turning basin: foreman, 3 m. to Feb., 1912, $300; 

labour, $1, 565.25; hardware, $46.05 1, 911 30 

Ontario Bank: purchase price of site, $12,775: interest on $12,775 from Aug. 15, 1911-Sept. 15, 

1912, at 5 per cent; interest on $6,960 from May 10, 1910-Dec 10, 1912, at 6 per cent 14, 545 87 

Detailed with Contract Dredging Page V—. . 768,960 65 

Inspectors of dredging, services, 1912, at $4 per d.: W. H. Bottum, May- June, 181 d.; Wm. 

Bradley, May-June, 40; R. Bradbury, Nov., 15 d.; Wm. Buttars, May-Nov., 141; J. W. 

Cousins, June-Nov., 120 d.; P. Manahan, May-Oct., 127 d.; M. T. Manion, June-Nov., 129 

d.; Geo. Neale, May, 8 d.; F. Pollard, May-Dec, 182 d.; J. Sikes, Oct.-Dec, 48 d.; T. 

Stewart, May-Nov., 166 d.; S. Wright, May-Dec, 180 d 5,348 00 

Carried forward 982, 995 98 



V— 38 AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Port Arthur and Fort William: Harbour and River Improvements— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 982, 995 98 

Inspectors of pile-driving, &c, services, 1913, at $4 per d.: T. Ashford, 35 d.; T. Johnson, 50 d.; 

A. Miller, 7 d. ; W. Oliver, 25 d 468 00 

Inspectors of dumping, services, 1912: J. Atkinson, Aug.-Dec, 95 d. at $3; G. Coates, May-Dec. 

68 d. at $4, 96 d. at $3 845 00 

Inspectors of stone, services, 1912, at $4 per d.: F.Gray, 38 d.; G. Neale, 184 d 888 00 

Inspector of Mission River Wharf, W. M. Hancock, May-Dec, 1912, 213 d. at $4 852 00 

Inspector of concrete, H. B. Goldike, July-Nov., 1912, 126 d. at $4 504 00 

Inspector of Fort William Dock, M. Hayes: services, May, $80; horse hire, 27 d. at $1 107 00 

Port Arthur Dry Dock: supervising engineer, G. de G. Languedoc, services, 10 m. to Nov. 31, 

1913, at $200; outlay, board $873, kodak $50, sundry $74.25 , 2,997 25 

Launch at Port Arthur — 

Boatman, Percy Page, services, Apl.-Dec, 1912, Mar., 1913, 221 d. at $3 663 00 

Wells & Emmerson: gasoline, 307-15 gal. motor $84.68, 13 cases engine $47.40; sundries 

$104.75; less 3 brl. returned $5.15 231 68 

Small payments: labour $16; hardware $9.10; sundries $17.35 42 45 

Soundings at Port Arthur — 

Conductor, J. W. Cousins, services, Apr., 1912, Jan.-Mar. 1913, 50 d. at $4 200 00 

Foremen, 65 d. at $4; labourers, 405^ d. at $2.50, 32| d. at $2 1,339 25 

Office at Port Arthur — 

Carrick, J. J., rent of office, Oct., Nov. 1912, Mar. 1913 135 00 

Crooks, J. W. & Co.: No. 3 A. kodak $65; sundries $5 70 00 

Matthews, T. L. Co. : roll top desk, $30: office furniture. $51 . . , 81 00 

Travel and outlay of officials: R. H. Cooper, $160.10; F. Y. Harcourt $380.19; J. E. 

St. Laurent $41 .30 581 59 

Care of office, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $60; lighting, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $11 .90; telephone, 

9 m. to June 30, 1913, $24 95 90 

Small payments: photographic supplies $47.65; office furniture $22; rent, Nov., 1912 

. $12.50 82 15 

Survey of Fort William Harbour- 
Foreman, W. M. Hancock, Apr., Dec, 1912, Jan., Feb., 1913, 91 d. at $4. . 364 00 

Labourers, boatmen, &c, 1,967§ d. at $2.50 4,918 75 

McDonald, A.: 24 ft. testing rod $15; smithwork, &c, $40.35 55 35 

Springett, Brading & Co.: 235 pes. lumber $40; 1,000 18 in. stakes $30; sundries, $3.50. . 73 50 

Small payments: hardware, &c, $55.23; livery $46; lumber, &c, $25.20; repairing 
* transit $24.75; 50 marking buoys $10; 2 pr. rubber boots $8 169 18 

Launches at Fort William — 

Coslett Hardware Co.: gasoline, 1,178 gal. motor $308.13; 40| gal. engine oil $30.10; 

reverse gear with thrusts on both sides, complete $86.40; sundries $132.16 556 79 

Small payments: repairing launches, labour $33.50, cork carpet, 14 yd. at $1.35, material 

$10.86; hardware, &c, $54; spray hood $30 147 26 

Office at Fort William — 

Carter-Jones Electric Co., electrical supplies 23 00 

Wright, R. E.: stationery cupboard $57.87; removing partition $10.40 68 27 

Travel and outlay of officials: L. Bisson $43.30; J. A. Laniel $149.40; W. P. Merrick 

$594.56 787 26 

Care of office, 11 m. to Feb., 1913, $57; light, 10 m. to Feb., 1913, $9.58; telephone ex- 
change, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $28.50, extra call 25c -95 33 

Generally — 

Great Lakes Dredging Co.: making soundings on McKellar River $32.98; syphoning 

scow $30; sundry labour, &c, $20.67 

Pigeon River Lumber Co.: 1,662 ft. lumber $48.34; sundry $9 

Potter, W. H. & Sons: building boathouse, 47 ft. x 24 ft., $915; alterations, &c, $40.50. 
Taking affidavits at 25c each: D. R. Byers, $192; W. C. Dobie $11; J. E. Swinburne $21 
Small payments: hardware, &c, $46.37; towing $40; freight $23.68; sundries $11.25. . 

King's Printer's account $80.22; Stationery Office $1 .98 

Advertising 

Travel of Ottawa officials: A. St. Laurent $158.56; U. Valiquet $73.90 

Legal services: Clark & Sweatman, Fort William, $40; Morris & Babe, Fort William, $8.20. 

Detailed with Chief Engineer's Staff Page V— 

Total 1,005, 101 89 

Less: Charged to Surveys and Inspections Page V — . . 324 85 

Refund to Trade and Commerce for dredging at Port Arthur elevator 5, 033 43 

5,358 28 

Total, carried to page V— 2. , 999,743 61 



83.65 


57 34 


955 50 


224 00 


121 30 


82 20 


1,735 05 


232 46 


48 20 


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Quebec Harbour Improvements. $ cts. 

Dominion Dredging Co.: detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V — . . . ) 142, 612 17 

DussaultCo. ($56,122.35)— 

Contract for retaining wall completed $18,320. 15; less $15,620, V-32, 1911-12 2,700 15 

Breakwater extension, contract No. 6,877 completed. $746,722.99; less, earth filling 
substituted for broken stone in top finish 6,981 c.y. at $1.18; and less previous pay- 
ments, 1908-9, V-48, $213,000, 1909-10, V-24, $256,230, 1910-11, V-31, $207, 170, 1911-12, 

V-32, 838,940 

Detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V — . . . ) 

Inspectors of dredging, &c. — 

Adam, Rene: services, June-Sept., 100 d. at $3.25 

Cote, Geo.: services, May-Aug., 90 d. at $2.50 

Leclerc, Gecl.: services, Nov. 4-Dec 14, 40 d. at $3 

Mackay, Wm.: services, May 14-22, 8 d. at $2.50 

Mousseau, A.: services, May-Nov., 145 d. at $3 

Vachon, O.: services, May-Aug., 89 d. at $2.50, Sept.-Dec, 92 d. at $3 

Bergeron, S.: rent of offices for staff, May-July, 1912, Nov.-Apr., 1913, 9 m. 

Blais, Miss C, clerk: Nov. 1-Dec. 21, 40 d. at $1.50, Dec. 22-Feb. 28, 2-323 m. at $41.67 

Gobeil, J. R.: typist, Sept.-Oct., 2 m. at $45 

Montreal Blue Print Co. : sundry photographic work 

Sims, John: chainman, May-July, 72 d. at $2 

Surveyer, Art.: services, re Dussault wharf, May 8-July 15, $275; travel $52.45 

Small payments: 6 steel caps, $24; cleaning offices $16.50; hardware $55.54; sundry $90.38. 
Gobeil, Antoine: services, June 5-7, 3 d. at $10, June 15-Oct. 31, 1912, Jan.-Mar., 1913, 7£ m. at 

$236.66; outlay $337.85 

Detailed with Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V — . . . ) 

Detailed with Quebec Harbour, Levis Wharf (Page V — 39) 

Advertising, $1,453.28; King's Printer, $431.48 

Survey for new dry dock, Feb.-Mar., 1913: sundry labourers, 216-05 d. at $2; carter $5.75 

Legal services: J. BoufTard, Quebec, $100; E. J. Flynn, Quebec, $166.60; Roy & Baillergeon, 

Quebec, $40 306 60 



23,145 41 


30,276 79 


325 00 


225 00 


120 00 


20 00 


435 00 


498 50 


262 50 


156 78 


90 00 


63 47 


144 00 


327 45 


186 42 


2,142 80 


1,177 81 


111 60 


1,884 76 


437 85 



Total, carried to page V-2 207, 650 06 



Quebec Harbour: Levis Wharf. 

Dussault Co.: estimate 14 to Nov. 6, 1912 — 

Excavation : common, 19,398 c. y. at 25c; rock, 10,158 c. y. at $3.50; shale, 31,379 c. y. 

at $1 .50 87,471 00 

Removing old wharves, 15,276 c. y. at 40c 6, 110 40 

Filling, 166,913 c. y. at 25c; stone filling behind cribs, 8,500 c. y. at $1.20 51,928 25 

Crib-work with stone filling, 33,095 c. y. at $4.05 134,034 75 

Concrete superstructure, 7,686-5 e. y. at $6.75 51,883 87 

Cast iron bollards, 17 at $70.90; mooring rings, 15 at $10 1,355 30 

Oak, 12 x 12 in., 15,620 c f. at 60c; spruce, 59,750 c f. at 24c 23,712 00 

Iron, 69,090 lb. at 4c, 35 ft. lengths, 2,260 c f., $565 3,328 60 

Total 359,824 17 

Less: Paid in 1910-11, V— 31 $ 48,780 00 

Paid in 1911-12, V-31 209,130 00 

Drawback 23, 524 17 

281,434 17 

Paid to Dussault Co. in 1912-13 78, 390 00 

Inspectors ($1,367.09) — 

Lagueux, J. A.: services, Apr. 26-Oct. 26, 53 d. at $3, 101| d. at $3.25 488 87 

Paquette, H. A.: services, Apr.-Nov., 8 m. at $94.50; outlay, cleaning office $39, rental of 

typewriter, 9 m. at $4, sundry $47.22 878 22 

Night watchmen, Apr.-Mar.: A. Chauvin and Jos. Gosselin, each, 365 d. at $1.80 1,314 00 

Bell Telephone Co.: exchange, 1 y. to Mar. 31, $23; tolls $1.50 24 50 

Small payments: 4 tons coal $46; diver, 3 d. $75; labour $10, ferriage $4. 50 135 50 

Advertising 10 05 

Total 81 , 241 14 

Less, charged to Quebec Harbour, River St. Charles (Page V— 39) 111 60 

Total carried to page V-2 81 , 129 54 



V— 40 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Red River: St. Andrew's Lock and Dam: Construction of Approaches. $ cts. 

Brown Construction Co.: Est. No. 7 to June 1, 1913 on $71,717.75 contract $53,030; less $4,810 

drawback and $20, 580 paid in 1913-14 27, 640 00 

Paylist, Mav, 1912: foreman, P. Bazau, sr., 18 d. at $2.50; labourers, 190-06 d. at $2.25 472 64 

Rodman, R. A. McLcod, services, Aug. 1-Dec. 5, 1912 at $60 per m 250 00 

Consulting engineer, E. Brydone-Jack: preparing plans, &c., and checking drawings, 4 p. c. 

of $55. 617 .75; less paid in 1911-12, page V— 33, $1, 630 594 71 

Birds Hiil Sand Co.: 340 sacks cement $204; sacks, 200 at 10c; hardware $49.40- freight 

S28.08 301 48 

Canadian Explosives: fuse, 1,075 ft. 20 ft. at $7.32 per C, 550 ft. 18 ft. at 6-78 per C, 2,300 ft. 

at $6.24 per C.; 60 p. c. dynamite, 20,000 lb. at $17.65 per cwt.; freight $1 3,790 50 

Canadian Inspection & Testing Laboratories: services of inspector, Jan. 10-Mar. 31, 1913 at 

$150 perm.; inspecting material, &c. $136.76 543 21 

McDonald & Willson Lighting Co.: — 

Balance installing lighting system: installing switch board in power house, &c. $1,379.50; 

26 Tungsten lamps $103.30; 22 18-in. reflectors $89.68; sundries $153.37 1,725 85 

Overhauling telephones and putting cable under locks $223 . 25 ; wiring lock house, changing 

connection in dynamos, &c. $171 .19 394 44 

Small payments: coal, 1-63 t. at $13; brick, 2 M at $16; sundries $11.95 65 15 

Manitoba Govt. Telephones: rent of phone, 15 m. to June 1, 1913, $130.25; tolls $24.45; moving 

phone $3. 15 157 85 

Stationery Office $7.71; advertising $168.69 176 40 

Legal services: Craig & Ross, Winnipeg, $40.64; Hudson, Ormond & Marlatt, Winnipeg, 

$20.82 61 46 

Detailed with Harbours Generally, Manitoba (Page V—) 14 20 

Detailed with Red River: Improvements (Page V — ) 761 13 

Total 36,949 02 

Less charged to Harbours and Rivers Generally: Maintenance and Repairs (Page V — ) 44 40 

Total, carried to page V— 2 < 36, 904 62 

St. John Harbour, Capital. 

Work under Contract. 

Maritime Dredging and Construction Co., detailed with 'Contract Dredging' (Page V — ) 484,960 00 

Gregory, J. S. , detailed with 'Contract Dredging' (Page V — ) 4, 187 16 

Inspectors of Dredging, Deposit of Spoil, etc. ($16,726.88). 

Allingham, Walter W., Nov. 5-Jan. 20, 65 d. at $3; Armstrong, Geo. W., Apr. 10-June 20, 

Aug. 16-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 245 d. at $3 930 00 

Barton, John A., Dec. 31-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 65 d. at $3; Broune, John T., Apr. 13 d., July 1- 

Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 231 d. at $3 888 00 

Burley, J. H., May 1-June 12, 31 d. at $3; Coughlan, T. L., Nov. 1-Jan. 20, 65 d. at $3. . *. . . 288 00 

Duffy, Isaac, Nov. 1-Dec. 12, 37 d. at $3 50; Emery, Edward N., Nov. 28-Jan. 20, 45 d. at $3 264 50 

Fisher, Charles, Apr. 1-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 301 d. at $3; Gaskin, Henry, Apr. 1-Jan. 8, 

Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 301 d. at $3 1,806 00 

Hargrave, David, Aug. 20-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 181 d. at $3; Holder, Samuel J., Apr. 10- 
June 18, Aug. 16-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 245 d. at $3 1,278 00 

Johnston, George, Dec. 10-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 88 d. at $3; Knight, W. H., May 10-Jan. 4, 

Jan. 18-Mar. 31, 268 d. at $3.50 1,202 00 

Ledford, F. H., Dec. 1-Jan. 20, 42 d. at $3; Lingley, Henry, July 9-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 

214 d. at $3 768 00 

Lingley, W. A., Apr. 13 d., July 1-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 231 d. at $3; Logan, Rudolph, Apr.- 

June, Aug.-Mar., 248 d. at $3 1,437 00 

McCauley, Wm. J., July 9-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 215 d. at $3; Mcllveen, A. Roy, Nov. 28- 
Jan. 20, 45 d. at $3 780 00 

MacKellar, Neil, Apr. 13 d., July 1-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 231 d. at $3; McKiel, Cecil, July 9- 

Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 214 d. at $3 1,335 00 

Melrose, R., Sept. 9-30, 19 d. at $3, Nov. 1-23, 20 d. at $2.88, Oct., Dec-Mar., 5 m. at $75; 

Melvin, D. H., Apr. 10-June 18, 60 d. at $3 669 60 

Mirey, Benjamin, July 9-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 215 d. at $3; Norris, Robert, Apr. 1-Jan. 8, 

Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 301 d. at $3 1,548 00 

O'Shaughnessy, Edward, Jan. 3-8, Jan 20-Mar. 31, 66 d. at $3; Rowley, Harry J., Oct. 22-31, 

9 d., $25.02, Nov.-Mar., 5 m. at $75 598 02 

Seely, Geo. G., Apr. 13 d., July 9-Jan. 8, Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 231 d. at $3; Stanley, Wm., Nov. 28- 
Jan. 20, 45 d. at $3 828 00 

Stead, Harold, Aug. 2 d. at $2.78, Sept. -Mar., 7 m. at $75; Steele, James, Dec. 10-Jan. 8, 

Jan. 20-Mar. 31, 81 d. at $3 773 56 

Thompson, Walter, Nov. 5-Jan. 20, 65 d. at $3; Toole, Edward W., Apr. 1-Jan. 8, Jan. 20- 
Mar. 31 , 301 d. at $3 1 , 098 00 

Carried forward 505, 638 84 



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St. John Harbour, Capital— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 505, 638 84 

Inspectors of dredging, &c. — Concluded. 

Waugh, James, Nov. 4 d., Dec. 8 d., 12 d. at $3, extra time 14 h. at 30c; Weagle, Harley, 

Nov. 5Jan. 20, 65 d. at S3 235 20 

Test Borings ($6,989.06). 

Engineer, H. M. Davy, travel and outlay 61 60 

Assistant engineer, A. W. Gregory, board $455.68, travel, etc. $192.53 648 21 

Foremen: T. P. Keane, 176 d. at $3.50, board $129, telegrams, etc. $2.80; Geo. McLeod, 

69 d. at $3 . 50, board $50, travel and outlay, $9.45 1, 048 75 

Watchmen: Clayton Clark, 26 d. at $1.75, 51 d. at $2; R. Ham, 5 d. at $2; H. McCarthy 

105 d. at $2 367 50 

Labourers, 677-5 d. at $2. . ._ 1,355 00 

Canadian Express Company, expressage on apparatus, etc 67 02 

Chesley, J. C: hire of gasoline tug, 142 d. at $11, 226 d. at $15; scowhire, 224 d. at $4; row 

boat hire, 235 d. at 50c; repairs to damaged row boat $11 2,976 50 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: manilla rope, 208^ lb. at I65C.; 6 wrenches $13.70; 2 jack screws at 

$6.35; sundries $12 1.95 182 75 

Union Foundry & Machine Works, sundry foundry work 236 98 

Small payments: hip boots, 3 pr. at $6.50; knee boots, 2 pr. at $5.50; boat hire, 22 d. at 50c. 

wrench $3 . 25 ~ 44 75 

Work under F. T. Belyea ($806.08). 

Foreman, F. T. Belyea, Feb.-Mar., 2 m. at $100 200 00 

Boatmen, gaugemen, etc., 192 d. at $2 384 00 

Mayes, S. Herbert, furnishing and driving piles, 7 at $7. 15, 2 at $14 78 05 

Small payments: gasoline, 94-28 gal. at 27c; lumber 175 1. ft. at 7c, 855 1. ft. at 2c; foundry 

work $22.16; sundries $67.06 : 144 03 

Beacon Bar ($1,703.64). 

Foreman, Rudolph Belyea, Apr., 26 d. at $3.50 91 00 

Carpenter, 21 d. at $2.50; labourers, 85 d. at $2 222 50 

Driscoll, J. M., lumber 2,865 ft. at $16; Fullerton, Daniel, team hire, 31 h. at $1 ' 76 84 

Emerson, Wm. E.: spikes, 8 kegs at $2.85, 1 keg at $3.75; ship clamp screw $12; sundries 

$12.75 51 30 

Mayes, S. Herbert: finding and driving piles, 65 at $6.30, 79 at $5.50, total $844, less $38.25 

deducted for 17 piles redriven at $2 . 25 805 75 

Toole, D. G., stone, 365 c y. at $1.25 456 25 

Blue Rock ($100). 

Gregory, J. S:, services of dredge, etc., overcasting dredged material, 200 c y. at 50c 100 00 

Courtenay Bay ($408,028.25). 

Norton, Griffiths & Co. Ltd.: estimate 8 to Jan. 31, 1913 on $7,500,000 contract, $453,240; 

less $45, 320 drawback 407, 920 00 

Sounders, gaugereaders and boatmen, 59 d. at $1 .75 103 25 

Sand Point ($939.75). 

Conductor, Isaac Duffy, May-July, 42 d. at $3.50; inspectors, Oct., 13d. at $3.50 192 50 

Engineer of steam scow, Jos. Capatani, 31 d. at $2.50; caretaker of steam scow, Peter Wilson, 

34 d. at $2.25 154 00 

Labourers, 264-25 d. at $2 528 50 

Small payments: soft coal 8,400 lb., $27; 2 wheel barrows $9; sundry $28.75 64 75 

St. John Harbour, West Wharf ($167,100.10). 

Connolly, Michael ($165,970)— 

C.P.R. wharf, estimate 1 to Nov. 30, 1912, on $14,621.31 contract, $2,780, less $280 draw- 
back ' 2,500 00 

Deep water wharves, estimate 3 to Oct. 31, 1912, on $760,285 contract, $180,950, less 

$17,480 drawback / 163, 470 00 

Foreman, Daniel G. Toole, 14 d. at $3.50; carpenters, 14 d. at $3; labourers, 24 d. at $2.50, 

10 d. at $2 171 00 

Bell, Thomas, lumber, 1,335 ft. at $22, 200 ft. at $20, 140 ft. at $19, 3,250 ft. at $18, 112 ft. at $17 96 42 



Carried forward 1, 090, 673 24 



Y—42 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



St. John Harbour, Capital— Concluded. $ ets. 

Brought forward 1 , 0C0, 6 " 3 24 

St. John Harbour, &c. — Concluded. 

Emerson, W. E.: covering 22 hatch covers and painting, $250; heating No. 7 shed, $175; lining 
gear rooms with iron in No. 7 shed, $145; fitting in tank in power house, $55; labour, 183^ 
h. at 40c, 183| h. at 20c; sundries, $40.11 * 775 21 

Small payments: lumber, 1,775 ft. at $14; 34 bags cement, $18.70; installing lights, $15; gravel 

and sand, $11; sundry, $17.92 87 47 

Generally. 

Bates, Edward, office building and stairs at Courtenay Bay 294 00 

Green, Ernest W., draughting tables with drawers, 1 at $36, 1 at $32 68 00 

Saint John Board of Trade, rent of office in 'Board of Trade' building, 4 m. at $25 100 00 

St. John Desk Co., draughting tables, 1 at $15, 1 at $20, 1 at $25; cartage, $1 61 00 

Sullivan, John: hire of gasoline boat, 71 d. at $8, 46| hr. at $5, sundry trips with men, $192.25 992 75 

Woodlev, Roy S., hire of motor boat, 117 d. at $8 936 00 

Small payments: 11 d. blockage, $27.50; attestations, 908 at 5c; 4 window sashes and 2 doors, 

$14.50; sundry, $8.10 ^■■■■■■■•- 95 50 

Travel and outlay: A. R. Crookshank, $271.11; J. L. Feeney, $271.67; C. McN. Steeves, 

$411.90 954 68 

King's Printer, $26.50; Stationery Office, $111.20 137 70 

Advertising 57 95 

Travel of Ottawa official, U. Valiquet 332 85 . 

Legal services, Edward P. Raymond, St. John, N.B 15 00 

Detailed with Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V—. . .) 4,573 67 

Total, carried to page V— 2 1,100,155 02 

Tiffin Harbour: Improvements. • 

. Detailed with Contract Dredging : (Page V—. . . ) 112, 690 97 

Inspectors of dredging, 1912: — 

Jones, W. J., services, June, 3 d. at $3 9 00 

McArdale, W. H.: services, Aug., 2 d. at $3; outlay, 50c 6 50 

McClinchy, Wra.: services, June-Nov., 123 d. at $3; overtime, 34 hr. at 30c; travel and 

* outlay, $22 401 20 

McMullen, G.: services, Nov .-Dec, 14 d. at $3.60; outlay, $1 51 40 

Total, carried to page V— 2 113, 159 07 

Victoria Harbour, Ont. : Improvements. 

Detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V—. . .) 167,312 30 

Inspectors of dredging, 1912: — 

Evenden, H. W., services Dec. 2-4, 3 d. at $3; outlay, $3.72 12 72 

Jones, W. J.: services, May 2-Dec 14, 172 d. at $3, overtime, 72 h. at 30c; outlay, $13.38 550 98 

McArdle, W. H.: services, May-Oct., Dec, 155 d. at $3, 12 d. at $3.60; outlay, $14.45. ... 522 65 
McClinchy, Wm.: services, May, Aug., Oct., Dec, 54 d. at $3, overtime, 42 h. at 30c; 

outlav, $5.77 180 37 

McMullen, G.: services, June-Dec, 113 d. at $3, 27 d. at $3.60; outlay, $8.62 444 82 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.: rent of dredge Sydenham, $1,500; less paid in 1911-12, page V— 36, 

$450 1,050 00 

Detailed with Victoria Beach Harbour : Breakwater and wharf (Page V—. . . ) 100 00 

Total, carried to page V— 2 170, 173 84 

Vancouver Harbour Improvement. 

Purchase price of land required in connection with proposed wharf, $508,500. Paid as follows: 
Hastings Shingle Mfg. Co., Ltd., $54,000; Investment Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 
S340,000; Can. Pacific Lumber Co., Ltd., $58,500; in 1913-14 to Investment Corporation 

of Canada, Lta., $56,000 .• • • • 452,500 00 

Test Borings and Survey of Harbour, July 11-Feb. 28— 

Engineers at $150: H. N. Gzowski, $231.45; W. M. Hayes, $454.83, overtime, $45.37, 
outlay, $4 75; F. D. Miles, $172.41; H. S. Newmarch, $420.96, overtime, $4.50, 
outlay, $3.50; G.M.Peters, $790, overtime, $35.63, outlay, $35.35; C. P. Trennery, 

$454.83, outlay, $3.37 • • • • • • • • • 2,656 95 

Draughtsmen: W. P. Gross at $125, $762.08, overtime, $110.25, outlay, $26.25; Roy Mc- 

Lellan at $90, $134.90, overtime, $9; W. Wicklund. 23 d. at $4, overtime, $3 1, 137 48 

Instrument man, F. Newall at $125, $125.80, overtime, $41.25 167 05 

Carried forward 456,461 48 



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SESSIONAL PAPER :No. 1 

Vancouver Harbour Improvement — Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 456, 461 48 

Test Borings and Survey of Harbour, &c. — Concluded. 

Clerk, C. J. Crocker at $95, $331.78, overtime, $69.37 401 15 

Foreman, H. C. Clarke: services, 176 d. at $5; hire of motor boat and crew, 177 d. at $12; 
sundry outlav, $47.35 

Sub-foremen: A. Halkett, 7-d. at $4; J. Mullin, 131* d. at $4.50, 19 at $5 

Sounding men, 89 d. at $4; gaugereaders, &c, 628 d. at $3.50 

Rodmen, labourers, &c, 2,469* d. at S3; watchman, 34 d. at $2 

B. C. Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, 9 m. to Apr. 1, $49.70; 1. d. tolls, $5.80 

Clarke & Stuart: transits with tripod, $255, $140.50; 'sextant, $77.50; metallic tape, $38.75; 
chains, $24.70; rods, pickets, office supplies, &c, $112.87 

Coste, Ls.: services as consulting engineer, 6 d. at $20 

Devine, H. T. Co., Ltd.: valuation of and report on lots 

Dixon & Murray: drawing board, $40; sounding frame, repairs, &c, $68.90 

Dom. Exp. Co., express, $58.66; Jones, R. D., hire of launch, 37 d. at $12.50 

Gardere, Taylor, Roberts and Hawkins: survey of Indian Reserve No. 6 and part of 
Mission Reserve, with plans, &c 

Harrison & Co.: transit and tripod, $245; pickets, $21.50; repairs, &c, $53.50 

Owen, W. R.: rope, 272 lb. at 25c, 237 at 20c, 360 at 15c; pipe, $115.10; anchors, $56.77; 
pipe dies, $22; sundry hardware, $266.08 

Pascoe, W. J.: hire of launch, 6 d. at $10, 20 at $12.50 

Quin, F. F.: rent of scow, Aug. 22-Jan. 31, 140 d. at $4; moving scow, $15 

Smart, Wm.: hire of launch, 17 d. at $8; boat, oars, &c, $25 .- 

Swan, A. D., C.E., Montreal: preparing report on Vancouver Harbour, $2,000; expenses, 
Montreal' to Vancouver and return, Dec. 11-Jan. 10, $371.60; draughting, printing, 
&c, $77.23 

Taylor & Young, boat, &c, $75; Wood, Vallance & Leggatt, hardware, $71.95 

Turner, Wm., boat, oars, &c, $56; Webb & Gifford, repairing scrapers, $66.09 

Vancouver Engineering Works: machine work, smith work, &c 

Small payments: repairing boats, $68.38; steel, $39.42; timber, $19.81; storage, $14; sun- 
dry, $57.50 199 11 

Capilano River Dam — 

Foreman, D. O. Shook, services, Aug. 26-Dec 6, at $125, $423.39; outlay, $136.10 559 49 

Cook at $75, $229.68; carters, 93* d. at $8; woodsmen, 288 d. at $3.50; $1,985.68; less board, 
$352.10 

Franks, Z., tents, 4 at $14, 1 at $17.15; Smith, Mrs. W. A., groceries, $75.65 

Martin, Finlayson & Mather, tools, &c 

Patterson & Goldie; drift bolts, $75. 11; hardware, $4.45 

Rundle, Gordon: purchase price of land required for dam 

Spencer, D.: provisions, $236.59; range, $40; kitchen utensils, &c, $63 

Vancouver Pile Co.: piling, 6,437 1. ft at 12c; towing, $20 

Wilson, D. E.: piling, 1,461 1. ft. at 12c; towing, $10 

Small payments: axemen, 17* d. at $3; meat, $43.64; services of watchman, $40; piling, 

$35.60; tent flies, $31.50; smithwork, $27.50; coal, $18; sundry, $60.55 

Dredging False Creek, Mar. 17-31 — 

Engineer, C. M. Peters at $150, $77.58; labourers, &c, 53* d. at $3.50 

Advertising 

Detailed with Harbours Generally, British Columbia (Page V — . . . ) 



3,051 35 

714 75 

2,553 99 

7,476 50 

55 50 


649 32 
120 00 
200 00 
108 90 
521 16 


250 00 
320 00 


629 33 
310 00 
575 00 
161 00 


2,448 83 
146 95 
122 09 
276 37 



1,633 58 


148 80 


81 75 


79 56 


2,500 00 


339 59 


792 44 


185 32 


309 29 


264 83 


430 05 


2,894 70 



Total, carried to page V— 2 487, 972 18 



Victoria Harbour, B.C.: Improvements. 

Survey and soundings, Mar. 25-May 13, Aug. 19-Feb. 27 — 

Asst. engineer, F. G. Aldous, 29 d. at $10 290 00 

Transit men, &c, at $5: E. P. Gibson, 138*, E. S. Parr, 73, P. Van Raalte, 1 1,062 50 

Boatmen, chainmen, &c, 1 d. at $2.50, 577* at $3 1,735 00 

Test Borings, Sept. 1-Mar. 22— 

Foreman, A. Halkett, 173 d. at $5; labourers, 583 d. at $3 2, 614 00 

Asst. o-^ineer, G. M. Peters, 15 d. at $150, $72.58; chainman, 19 d. at $3.50 139 08 

B. C. Ma. e Ry. Co., Ltd.: repairing scow: plank, $125; labour and docking, $150 275 00 

Harris, D. R., C.E.: services re survey, &c, Feb., Mar., June, Aug., 1910, 13*d., Mar. 23- 
May 14, 1912, 45 d., Aug. 16, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 165 d., in all, 223* d. at $15; tracings, $30; 
wire, $63.80; labour, $41; sundry outlay, $81.34 3,568 64 

Hickman Tye Hardware Co.: pipe, 42 ft., $24.01; anchors, $20.79; tapes, $13.50; sundry hard- 
ware, &c, $114.85 173 15 

Irving, A. B.: services as asst. engineer, Nov. 8-Mar. 31 at $100, $476.66; fare, &c, Ottawa 

to Victoria, $113.90 590 56 

MacLachlan, J. S.: services as resident engineer, Nov. 29-Mar. 31 at $170, $691.33; travel, 

&c. $51.35 742 68 

McQuade, P. & Son: wire rope, 845 ft. at 3*c; sounding line, $18.02; sundry, $27.51 75 11 

Carried forward 11, 265 72 



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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Victoria Harbour, B.C.: Improvements— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward N 11, 265 72 

Morrison, Jas. , smithwork 55 15 

Victoria Towing Co.: rent of scow, 36 d. at $5; rent of row boat, 113 at $1 293 00 

Victoria Tug Agency: rent of launch, Dec. 21-Mar. 22, 76 d. at $12; rent of scow, 81 d. at $5; 

rent of row boat, 81 d. at $1 1 , 398 00 

Small payments: office furnishings, $31.65; electric lamps, &c, $21.75; shelves, &c, $19.35; 

carpet, $18; sundry, $48.25. 139 00 

Legal services, Robertson & Heisterman, Victoria 41 00 

King's Printer, $46.71; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $1.04; advertising, $973.47 1,021 22 

Detailed with Harbours Generally, British Columbia (Page V — . . . ) 706 15 

Total, carried to page V— 2 14, 919 24 



Amherst Public Building: Improvements. 

Empire Electric and Mfg. Co.: electric wiring and fittings $893; 4 extra outlets $20; moving 

switch $5 : 918 00 

Mitchell, W. M.: plans and superintendence for letter-boxes 15 00 

Robb Engineering Co.: boilermaker, 90 h. at 40c; material, &c, $20.52 56 52 

Victor Wood Works: labour, installing p.o. boxes &c, 194 h. at 40c; material $22. 18 99 78 

Total, carried to page V— 2 1,089 30 

Baddeck Public Building. 

Foreman, Angus McLeod: services, June 8-July 16, 1912, 26| d. at $3 80 25 

Carpenters, 29 d. at $2; labourers, 37 d. at $1.75; mason, 14| d. at $2.50; teaming, 13| d. at $3 198 88 

Macdonald, A. S.: cement, 23| brl. at $3; lumber 70c 71 20 

Small payments: lumber $13.56; hardware $20.40; posts $6.40; stone and gravel $9.15 49 51 

Total, carried to page V— 2 * 399 84 



Halifax, Lawlor's Island Quarantine Station: New Buildings, Repairs, &c. 

Foreman, W. B. Mabee: services, Oct.-Mar., 1913, 6 m. at $90 540 00 

Carpenters, 6,195 h. at 30c; carting, 54 h. at 30c; labourers, 2, 689§ h. at 20c; masons, $92.48 2,505 08 

Blank, J.: carting material, 280 h. at 30c 84 00 

Brookfield Bros.: cement, 24 brl. at $1.90; freight and lighterage $61.25; 3,309 ft. hemlock 
$51.38; 2,204 ft. spruce $43.09; 10 sq. ruberoid $33.50; 12 brl. selenite $19.80; sundry 

lumber $24.49; sundry $40.44 319 55 

Conrad, Geo.: on account roadway 900 00 

Dartmouth Coal and Supply Co.: cedar shingles, 125 M. at $4; 70 bags cement $40.25; hem- 
lock lumber, 1,600 ft. at $16, 1,000 at $15, 673 at $13; spruce, 2,975 ft. at $20, 2,810 at $22, 

1,344 at $30; freight $57; truckage $5; 6 M. lath $18 834 60 

Dempster, Jas., Ltd.: 10 doors and frames $59.50; 6 windows $24.25; sundry carpenter 

supplies $100. 10; freight $12 195 85 

Grant, A. J. & Co.: galv. nails, 12 kegs at $5; 20 gal. raw oil $20; 50 ft. sheet lead $14.94; 

84| lb. zinc $10.14; 10 shovels $7.50; sundry $67.79 180 37 

Harris, W. T. & Son: panel-work, shelves, &c for linen room, as per tender 74 00 

Small payments: lumber $14.10; labour $6; board $14 34 10 

King's Printer $128.60; advertising $66.55 ■ 195 15 

Total, carried to page V— 2 5, 862 70 

Halifax Dominion Buildings: Improvements, &c. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V— ) 3, 856 72 

Halifax Immigrant Detention Hospital. 

Bateman, G. C: iron screens, &c, as per tender 65 00 

Farquhar Bros.: 120-gal. boiler $40; installing boiler $18.40; repairing old boiler $12.80; 

sundry $10 81 20 

Foley John: building and painting new partitions $867; lathing and plastering $95; less $600, 

paid in 1911-12, V— 36 362 00 

Harris, W. T. & Son: fitting up outside sashes to the monitor on roof 172 00 

Small payments: chair $13.50; hardware $14.85; labour $12; 2 child's cribs $12; 2 mattresses 

$4 . 50 56 85 

Total, carried to page V— 2 737 05 



PUBLIC TYORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 7—45 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Halifax Post Office: Water Rates. $ cts. 

City of Halifax: on account water rates for fire protection, May 1, 1910-May 1, 1913 (Balance 

detailed with Dom. Bdgs. Maintenance, Halifax Post Office, 1 , 000 00 

Halifax Public Buildings: Government share of Cost of permanent pavements laid 
opposite the Post Office and the Custom House. 

City of Halifax: Custom House, George St., 87£ ft. $340.67, Bedford Row, 103 ft. $487.50; 
Post Office, Bedford Row, 55 ft. $260.32, George St., 126-06 ft. $491.76, Hollis St., 55 ft., 
$132.77 1,713 02 

Inverness Post Office: Concrete Retaining Wall and Sidewalks. 

Ross, George: concrete retaining wall and sidewalk, as per tender, $1,190; extra half-foot 

width of walk, 108 ft. long, grading, &c, $65 1, 255 00 

Kentville Public Building: Clock. 

Ward, A. B.: erecting clock tower $1,732; extra work $20 1,752 00 

Lunenburg Public Building: Fittings. 

Boehner Bros.: 1,653 ft. hardwood floor $132.24; partition, door, &c, in attic $75: new veiti- 

bule doors $125; sorting stand $25; sundry $39.59; detailed in 1911-12, V— 38, $305 70183 

Empire Electric-Co.: detailed in 1911-12, V— 38 69 50 

Moss, L. B., repairing clock $25; Rideau Electric, 33 extra outlet for lights $214.50 239 50 

Smith, W. H.: painting and kalsomining interior of building 750 00 

Total, carried td page V— 2 1,760 83 

Middleton Public Building. 
Purchase price of site: F. E. Bentley, T. A. Croker, J. A. Gates and J. H. Hall 2, 500 00 

Parrsboro' Public Building. 

Falconer & McDonald: estimate 9 to Jan. 31, 1913 on $26,900 contract, $24,851.45; less, draw- 
back $2,481.45, paid in 1911-12, V— 38, $4,440, and paid in 1913-14, $3,960 13,970 00 

Inspectors of work: J. W. Gillespie, Apr. 8-26, 17 d. at $4; J. C. Macdougall, Apr. 29-Jan. 31, 

1913, 240 d. at $4 1,028 00 

Total, carried to page V— 2 14, 998 00 

Shelburne Public Building: Balance due Contractors. 

Hood & Brooks: balance due on contract, page V — 38, 1911-12 580 00 

Windsor Public Building: Clock. 

Reden, S. & J. D.: building clock tower, as per tender 1,475 00 

Wolfville Public Building. 

Hood, Arthur: estimate 18 to Mar. 1, 1913 on $29,900 contract, $29,730.25; extra work, cloak- 
room, $2,182; less drawback, $3,202.25, and paid in 1911-12, V— 38, $16,340 12,370 00 

Inspector of work, T. R. Wallace: services, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $900; outlay $7.25 907 25 

Travel of Ottawa official, Jas. Foulis: Mar. 12-20, 1911, $61.15; less $60 advance of 1911-12, 

V-38 1 15 

Total, carried to page V— 2 13, 278 40 

Summers id e Armoury. 

Schurman, M. F. Co.: contract for building complete, $8,000, less $5,580 paid in 1911-12, 

V— 39 2, 420 00 

Clerk of works, Thomas Clements: services, Apr. 1-Dec. 31, 1912, 237 d. at $3 711 00 

McDufT, J. J.: labour, 20 h. at $1; sundry, $8.17 *28 17 

Wedge & Perry: grading and seeding armoury grounds 75 00 

Total, carried to page V— 2 3, 234 17 



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Summerside Public Building:' New roof and Addition, including heating, &c. $ els 

Travel of clerk of works, J. J. McDuff 3 80 

King's Printer 1 31 

Total, carried to page V — 2 5 11 

Tignish Public Building. 

Clarke, J. M.: contract complete $19,000; less, deduction for window sills $35, and paid in 

1911-12, V— 39, $4,770 14, 195 00 

Inspector of work, F. S. Gaudet: services, 11 m. to Mar. 22, 1913 825 00 

Gaudet, F. A.: digging well, 32 ft., $19.20; pipe 75c 19 95 

McDuff, J. J.: inspection of building: services, 140 h. at $1; board $34; railway fares, &c, 

S39 . 15 213 15 

King's Printer $26 . 53; advertising $17 . 60 44 13 

Total, carried to page V — 2 15, 297 23 

Campbellton Public Building. 

Reid.Jas.: contract for erection of building $28,592; clock tower $750; moving partition $30; 

sundry $5; less, paid in 1911-12, V-39, $26,330 3,047 00 

Inspector of work, John Quinn, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 810 00 

Bates, Ed. : post office fittings complete $2,300; erecting flag-staff $75 2, 375 00 

Fairweather, F. R., 75 ft. flag-staff $75; Office Specialty Co., bag rack $72.75 147 75 

Kerr, F. G.: 5 arm chairs $42; 2 r. t. desks, $40, $60; 2tilters$22; table $11.50; safe $187.50; 

shades $77.89; sundry $4.50 445 39 

Rubenstein Bros.: 8 brass grills $213; box fronts, 227 at $1.43, 90 at $1.85, 32 at $2.50, 9 at $4; 

outdoor receiver $22.50; 9 eng. plates $35; sundry $37.04 914 65 

Wallace, W. H.: erecting fence $26.50; moving safe, $15, $39.50; moving letter box $3.50 84 50 

Small payments: clock $15; iron post $11; sundry $10.20 36 20 

Travel of clerk of works D. H. Waterbury 3 25 

Advertising <-. : 10 00 

Fittings and sorting cases transferred from stock: two No. 1,257, $60; one No. 1,259 $31 91 00 

Total 7 , 964 74 

Refunded by C. P. Ry., for fence post lost 11 00 

Total, carried to page V-2 •. 7,953 74 

Chatham, N.B., Public Building: Enlargement. 

Thompson, Jas.: removing old building and debris, levelling lot and building fence 125 00 

Legal services, Robt. Murray, Chatham, N.B 99 90 

Total, carried to page V-2 224 90 

I Fairville Public Building. 

Corbett, R. A. ($5,455.10)— 

Contract for construction of building, complete, $17,400; less, deduction for cesspool $50, 

and paid in 1911-12, V-^0, $12,220 5, 130 00 

Retaining wall and grading $242 ; extra tiling in public space $83 .10 325 10 

Clerk of work, G. E. Bettinson: services, Apr. 1-Feb. 8, 1913, 263 d. at $4 1,052 00 

Maritime Electric Co.: installing fixtures, lamps and shades 250 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: style A bag rack $50; freight $1.38 51 38 

Rubenstein Bros.: 270 p. o. boxes $419.30; 4 brass grilles $96; 5 eng. plates $16; outdoor 

receiver $22; indoor receiver $9.50; sundry $21.73 584 53 

Schell Co.: screen and fittings for post office, complete ._ 1, 143 00 

Smalley, A. B. & Son: installing four-dial turret clock, including wiring &c. $1,072; eight- 
day clock $12 1,084 00 

Small payments: freight $2.07; plumbing $35.60; window shades $32.24; wiring clock $29 . . 98 91 

Sorting cases supplied out of stock: bag-rack style A, $50; prel. 1. s. case No. 1,257, $30 80 00 

Advertising $12.90; King's Printer $15.30 28 20 

Total, carried to page V— 2 9,827 12 

Fredericton Public Building. 

Grand Trunk Railway System: freight 12 75 

Advertising $249.60; King's Printer $104.56 354 16 

Total, carried to page V — 2 366 91 



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Grand Falls Public Building. $ cts. 

>wers & Brewer: contract for building completed, $17,777; less $310 for omission of well, 

pump &c, and $15,120, paid in 1911-12, V— 40 2,347 00 

spector, F. L. Dixon: services, Apr.-Sept., 6 m. at $90 540 00 

/ffice Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack, 16 bags, $70; desk $25; 2 chairs $12; sundry $13.75; 

freight $7.52 128 27 

rowers, Jos. B.: Cary safe $105; furnishing plant and light $40 145 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grilles $95; box fronts, 189 at $1.43, 36 at $1.85, 18 at $2.25; 5 eng. 
plates $14.75; outside receiver $22.50; inside receiver $10.50; sundry $14.79; express 

$9.46 544 37 

Schell, J. T. Co.: constructing and installing interior fittings 1,715 00 

Taylor, G. M.: coal, bit., 18 tons at $8.75, anth., 3 tons at $10; § cord wood $2.13 189 63 

Small payments: labour $24; lumber $11.50; sundrv $4.54 40 04 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: No. 1,259, $15.50; No. 1,262, 2 at $26.50 68 50 

Total, carried to page V— 2 5,717 81 



Hampton Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: J. M. Barnes 700 00 

Legal services, G. Hazen Adair, Sussex, N.B 68 00 

King's Printer 4 80 

Total, carried to page V— 2 772 80 



Hartland Public Building. 

Smalley, J. W. & C. J.: contract for building complete $16,700; extra concrete, 60 c. y. at 
$7.75; extra excavation, 60 c. y. at 45c; shoring rear $30; stair rail $8; less $14,060 paid 
in 1911-12, V— 40 

Clerk of works, F. M. Clarke: Mar. 1-May 31, 1912, 79 d. at $3.50 

Blaiklock Bros.: duty paid on clock $133.80; exchange 70c, entry $3 

Campbell & Co.: acetylene generator with piping, &c 

Nicholson, G. A.: constructing bell-hood and chase for clock 

Office Specialty Co.: style A bag rack $50; No. 1,257 1. s. case $50; 2 sections n. s. case, 
1,259, $40; freight $8.79 

Rubenstein Bros.: 234 p. o. boxes $376.56; 3 brass grills $80; 3 eng. plates $21; 2 receivers 
$33; sundry $17 .84 

Schell, J. T. Co.: fittings, as per tender $893; sundry $9.75 

Smith, John & Sons: turret clock with four dials, &c 

Thistle, T. B.: installing tower clock, as agreed 

Small payments: 6 blinds $12; 2 chairs $15; freight $13.72; 2 stools $8; sundry $9 . 80 . . 

Total, carried to page V— 2 



3, 170 00 


276 50 


137 50 


400 00 


50 00 


148 79 


528 40 


902 75 


669 17 


105 00 


58 52 


6,446 63 



Hillsborough Public Building. 

Dunham & Leblanc: contract complete $20,225; less $12,240 paid in 1911-12, V— 40 7,985 00 

Clerk of works, B. Steeves: services, 7^ m. to Nov. 15, 1912 at $75; outlay $1.86 564 36 

Moncton Tramways, Electricity and Gas Co. : installing gas in post office 55 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: style B bag rack $70; freight $3.19 73 19 

Peck, J. L. Co.: clock $15; desk $30; 3 chairs $17 62 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills $95; 5 eng. plates $16.50; 2 receivers $33; 234 p. o. box fronts 

$372.06; sundry $15.02; express $12.55 ." 544 13 

Schell, J. T. & Co.: contract for interior fittings $1,041; less $40 for sundry omissions 1,001 00 

Steeves, J. & Son: 32 blinds, installed, $46; clock $8; 30 gas burners $24; 13 nulite $22.75; 

water heater $8.50; sundry $32.61 141 86 

Small payments: painting $14; labour $10; sundry $4.15 28 15 

Supplies from stock: one prel. letter sorting case 30 00 

Advertising $19; King's Printer $4.90 23 90 

Total, carried to page V— 2 10, 508 59 



Milltown, N.B., Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Mrs. B. Shirley 2,000 00 

Legal services, J. W. Richardson, St. Stephen 43 30 

King's Printer 70 51 

Total, carried to page V — 2 2, 113 81 



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Shcdiac Public Building: Site. $ cts. 

Purchase price of site: Robt, C. Tait, SI, 100, less $155, paid in 1913-14 945 00 

Legal services, W. A. Russell, Shediac, N.B 54 25 

Total, carried to page V— 2 999 25 

St. .George Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Frauley, G. E. & J. H 1, 600 00 

Legal services, M. N. Cockburn, St. Andrews, N.B 27 75 

Total, carried to page V— 3 1, 627 75 

St. John Dominion Buildings. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V — . . . ) 4, 170 56 

St. John, N.B., Drill Hall. 

Sullivan, M.: estimate 8 to Mar. 20, 1913, on $234,936 contract, $195,718.30, on extra for cavalry 
addition $23,200, on copper roof $4,820.64; less drawback $22,378.94 and $78,030 paid in 

1911-12, V-41 123, 330 00 

Inspection, H. H. Mott: 2 per cent comm. on gross estimate 8, $223, 738.94 2, 740 67 

Purchase of additional land for site: J. Roy Campbell and Cyrus Inches 1,595 00 

Small payments: cleaning up site, $25; cleaning closets, $30; steel inspection, $3 58 00 

Travel of Ottawa official T. W. Fuller : 33 36 

Vouchers outstanding: Can. Buffalo Forge Co., on account heating 1, 500 00 

Total, carried to page V— 3 129, 257 03 

St. John Immigrant Hospital: To pay C. H. & G. F. Brannen interest at five per 
cent on delayed payments of $11,666 07, balance purchase price of site. 

Brannen, C. H. & G. F.: interest at 5 p.c. per ann. on $11,666.67, Oct. 9, 1911-Mar. 1, 1912, 

144 days 230 13 

St. John New Post Office. 

Garrity , H. R. : shovelling snow and ice from site . . . . ; 5 40 

Advertising, $187.91; King's Printer, $190.78 378 69 

Legal services, Jas. E. Cowan, St. John, N.B 337 93 

Total, carried to page V— 3 722 02 

St. John Quarantine Station— New Buildings, Repairs, &c. 

Adams, J. A. ($5,759.23)— 

Estimate 2 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $8,450 contract for houses for boatmen and asst. care- 
taker, $3,284; less $324 drawback 2,960 00 

Excavation for sewers and water pipe, piping and filling in, 715 ft. at $4.35; less $311.02 

drawback 2, 799 23 

Kane & Ring ($2,650)— 

Estimate 2 to Mar. 31 on $5,950 contract for laboratory, $2,312; less $232 drawback 2,080 00 

Estimate 2 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $8,392 contract for residence for bacteriologist, $630; less 

$60 drawback 570 00 

Inspection, S. R. Belyea, services, Feb. 19-Mar. 19, 1913 90 00 

Belding, W. H.: work on boats, 17 d. at S3; Thome & Co., paint, $5.40 56 40 

Belyea, J. M.: reshingling smallpox hospital, disinfectant building and buildings B. and C, 

and sundry repairs to buildings, as per tender 1, 450 00 

Burley, J. H.: cement, $17.40; mason, 13 d. at $4.50; labourers, 47 d. at $2.50; sundry, $4.40. . 197 80 

Christie Wood Working Co.: 2 bunches shingles " 1 40 

Denniston, B. A.: painting hospital, as per tender 299 00 

Eddleston, F. W.: painting director's house, as per tender 108 00 

Emerson & Fisher: oak mantle, grate, hearth, &c, $45.50; pipe, tees and elbows, $59.54; 

labour, $42 -. 147 04 

McGowan, H. L. & J. T.: painting smallpox hospital, $158, building B., $98, 2 ladders, $27; 

glazing, $30.60 313 60 

Paul, E. W.: painting building C, as per tender 390 00 

Advertising, $77.35; King's Printer, $56.17 133 52 

Detailed with St. John Quarantine Station, Water Service (page V— 49) 295 40 

Total, carried to page V— 3 11,891 39 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

St. John Quarantine Station— Maintenance of Water Service. $ cts. 

Lahey, Ed.: diver, May 16- July 4, Nov. 13- Jan. 18, 60 d. at $15, idle, 35 d.at $5; scow hire 

100 d. at $1 1,175 00 

Labourers: 457 d. at $1.75; 22| at $2 844 75 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: 10 in. pipe, 4 ft. at $1 .80; sundry hardware, $26.75; smithwork, $20 53 95 

Sullivan, John: towing diving scow, 52 trips at $4 208 00 

Small payments: boat hire, $48.50; coal, $24.86; lumber, $6.25; rope, $33.50; hardware, 

&c, $43.40 156 51 

Total 2 , 438 21 

Less, charged to St. John Quarantine Station, New Buildings, &c. (page V — 48) 295 40 

Total, carried to page V— 3 2, 142 81 



Tracadie Lazaretto: House, &c. 

Eddy, Geo., Co., Ltd.: estimate 2 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $7,000 contract, $3,678.87; less $368.87 

drawback 3,310 00 

''Legere, Soeur L.: filling ice house, 168 loads ice at 35c; labour, $30 88 80 

Advertising, $72.45; King's Printer, $39.91 112 36 

Total, carried to page V— 3 3, 511 16 

Dominion Buildings, Maritime Provinces, Renewals, Repairs, Improvements, &c, 

Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V — ) 15, 120 72 

Arthabaska Public Building. 

Paquet & Godbout: contract for building complete, $22,000; contract for fittings, $970; 
addition to fittings, $213; extra on building foundation, $1,488; outside stairs, $200; extra, 

imitation oak, $150; less paid in 1911-12, V— 42, $13,980 11,041 00 

Clerk of works, J. E. Baril: services, Apr. 1-Nov. 24, 1912, 204 d. at $4 816 00 

Collector of Customs, Montreal: duty on clock, $230.70; entry, $3; exchange, $1.30 • 235 00 

Evans, W. F. & Sons: tower clock, delivered at Arthabaska 726 35 

Lavigne, L.: labour, $70.30; fountain, $41; sundry, $30.20 141 50 

Office Specialty Co.: 1. s. case, $46; n. p. s. case, $24; style B bag rack, $70; freight, $5.50 145 50 

Ouellet, F. : 3 chairs, $16; sofa, $20; desk, $10; 3 benches, $18; mirror, $8 72 00 

Pellerin, Alex.: vestibules, &c, $45; sundry, $6.28 51 28 

Quesnel, A.: curb, 412 1. ft. at 60c; cement walks, 814 sq. ft. at 35c; gravel walks, 360? ft. 

at 25c; levelling and sodding, $75; voucher out, $100 797 23 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills, $85; 5 eng. plates, $23; 3 receivers, $63; sundry, $7.65 178 65 

Tourigny & Tourigny : 79 shades 85 00 

Small pavments: coal, $11.80; storm door, $10 21 80 

Travel: C. Baudry, Ottawa, $22.90; G. S. Gingras, Montreal, $13.30 36 20 

Advertising 9 60 

Detailed in 1911-12, V— 42 204 00 

Total, carried to page V— 3 14, 561 11 

Beau port Public Building. 

Purchase price of site, Pierre Lortie 2, 500 00 

Survey of site: chainmen, &c, 4| d. at $2 '. 9 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn 26 24 

Total, carried to page V— 3 2, 535 24 



Coaticook Public Building: Repairs. 

Welsh, W. J.: new floor in work room and hall, mail entrance, $83; new floor in caretaker's 
quarters, $63; painting interior, ground floor, $131; painting exterior, $141; oiling new 
floors and first floor, $173; repairing brick and stone work, $170; sundry, $127 888 00 

East Angus Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Corporation of the Town of East Angus 5, 000 00 

Topley Co., sundry 55 

Travel of Ottawa officials: C. H. Hunter, $15; A. R. Shehyn, $21.97 36 97 

Total, carried to page V— 3 5, 037 52 

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Fraserville Armoury. $ cts. 

Dumont, Ph.: detailed in 1911-12, V— 42 355 00 

Fraserville City: proportion of cost of drainage, $1,500; sundry labour, &c, $7.40 1,507 40 

Total, carried to page V— 3 1, 862 40 

Gaspe Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Rev. F. Gauthier, $500; I. Morin, $300 800 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn, July 31-Aug. 14 149 40 

Legal services: J. E. Chagnon, $339.80; A. Garneau, Perce, $4. 20 344 00 

Total, carried to page V— 3 1, 293 40 

Grand' Mere Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Paul Doucet, on account 10, 000 00 

Desroches, J. H.: collecting rents 8 25 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn 26 25 

Legal services: J. H. Desroches, Grand Mere 78 35 

Total, carried to page V— 3 10, 112 85 



Grosselsle Quarantine Station. 

Gosselin, Joseph: est. 4 to Dec. 23, 1912, on $24,400 contract for detention building, $23,900; 

less drawback, $2,390 21,510 00 

Mount Royal Construction Co. ($8,600)— 

Est. 2 to Nov. 30, 1912, on $4,240 contract for laboratory, $4,110; less drawback, $410. . . . 3,700 00 
Est. 2 to Nov. 30, 1912, on $5,700 contract for nurses' cottage, $5,445; less $545 drawback. 4,900 00 
Inspectors of work: Elzear Bernier, July 1-Nov. 28, 1912, 130 d. at $3, outlay $4.50; Alfred 

Blais, June 25-Dec. 24, 1912, 161 d. at $3, outlay $4.80 882 30 

Clerk of works, D. McDonald, March, 1912 100 00 

Foremen: Sifroid Boucher, Nov. 1-24, 1911, 19-75 d. at $3; Joseph Thibault, May 10-Nov. 

23, 1912, 163-6 d. at $3.50 631 85 

Blacksmith, 76-6 d. at $2; carpenter, 11-15 d. at $1.75; carter, 99-9 d. at $2.50; horse hire, 

^$8.30 430 74 

Master-joiner, Joseph Robin, 119-6 d. at $2.50; joiners, 1,084-9 d. at $2 2,468 80 

Labourers, 1,290-53 d. at $1.50; masons, 40 d. at $2; painters, 30-4 d. at $2.50, 250-4 d. at 

$2, 4 • 1 d. at $1 . 50 2, 598 80 

Chinic Hardware Co.: cedar pole, $11; oil transformer, $85; wire, 450 ft. at 8c, 392 ft. at 

6c; sundry $17.54 173 06 

Dube, Maxime: galvanized iron, $73.43; glass, $90.12; linseed oil,. 39-44 gal. at $1.10, 10 gal. 
at $1; paint, $27.35; pump, $6.85; white lead, 580 lb., $38.30; varnish, $4; sundry, 

$289 75 583 19 

Gagnon, Ferdinand: cement, 75 brl.'at $2.30; ' iurriber, pine 126 ft at $25, 1,130 ft. at $20, 9,189 
ft. at $18, 3,320 ft. at $16, spruce, 8,976 ft. at $24, 5,000 ft. at $22, plank, 14 M. ft. at $21.50; 

shingles, 35 M. at $3; freight on shingles, $12.79 1,160 97 

Gignac, J. H.: lumber, 175 ft. at $80, 99 ft. at $70, 188 ft. at $60, 1,200 ft. at $27, 1,019 ft. at 
$26, 16,343 ft. at $24, 5,200 ft. at $23, 200 ft. at $22.50, 8,186 ft. at $22, 3,135 ft. at $20, 600 
ft. at $18, 143 pieces at 35c, 140 pieces at 15c, 100 pieces at 12c; moulding, 1,600 ft. at 
2|c, 200 ft. at 2c, 1,335 ft. at l|c; rods, 204 ft. at 9c; shingles, 10 M. at $3.25; sundry, 

$149.90 1,208 89 

Gosselin, Joseph: boarding Alfred Blais, inspector of construction work, June 25-Dec 24, 
1912, 174 d. at 60c; concrete, around pipes, 6 yd. at $10; excavating trench for sewer, 65 

yd. at $4; pipes, 20 ft. at 75c, 182 ft. at 20c; rock, 132 cu. yd. at $3; sundry $1.50 873 30 

Guimond, N. Z.: doors, 4 at $10, 20 at $4; windows, 24 at $8 312 00 

Legare, P. T. : camp beds with mattresses, 25 at $3 . 85 96 25 

Masson, A. D.: cement, 70 casks at $2.15, 26 at $2, 12| at $1.75; dynamite, 50 lb. at 35c; 
fencing, 805 ft. at 16c; gates, 2 at $7.50, 2 at $4.50; galvanized iron, 853 lb. at $4.50 per 
cwt.; paint, 200 lb. at 16c, 300 lb. at 7^c, 200 lb. at 6c; pewter, 100 lb. at 27c; pipe, 256 
ft. at 30c, 30 ft. at 20c, 129 ft. at 14c; portable forge, $20; ruberoid, 8 t. at $3.25; wheel- 
barrows, 3 at $4; white lead, 500 lb. at 7§c: window cord, $16.80; sundry, $203 942 68 

Nesbitt, E. T.: spruce, 333 ft. at $25, 2,176 ft. at $27.50 68 17 

Proulx & Mathurin: 5 gate valves, $9 75; lead, $7.70; pipe, 135 ft. at 18c, 386£ ft. at 7|c; 

plumbing, 14 d. at $3, 109-9 d. at $2.50; sundry, $93.81 481 30 

Samson & Filion: cement, 51 casks at $1.90; door locks, 16 at $1; enamelled basins, 4 at 

$20, 4 at $5; white lead, 200 lb. at 6|c; sundry, $70.68 296 58 

Scott, Geo. S.: baker's oven, $56.80; sundry, $1 .29 58 09 

Talbot, Cleophas: boarding men, 15-24 Nov., 1911, May 1-Nov. 14, 1912, 3,715 d. at 50c. . . . 1,857 50 
Tanguay, Auguste: boarding men, Nov. 1-14, 1911, 124 d. at 50c 62 00 

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Grosse Isle Quarantine Station— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 45,396 47 

Thibault, Joseph: door, $14; labour, 13 d. at $3.50; pine, 2,580 ft. at $20, 21 pes. at 90c., 21 
pes. at 60c; plank, 6,820 ft. at $30, 435 ft. at $25, 2,314 ft. at $23, 16,761 ft. at $22.50, 4,005 

ft. at $20; shingles, 20 M. at $3.50; windows, 7 at $3.50; sundry, $109.29 1,072 37 

Vezina, C. A.: boarding men, July 1-Nov. 28, 1912, 20 d. at $1, 265 d. at 60c, 31 d. at 50c . . 194 50 

Wilson, Henry & Co.: 'Reliance' baker's oven 287 13 

King's Printer, $64.02; advertising, $82. 15 146 17 

Small payments: cement, 3 casks at $2.25; coal, $30.50; dynamite, 100 lb. at 40c; labour, 
20 d. at $2.50; mantle, with tiles, &c, $45.25; paint, 5 gal. at $1.85; travel, $10.80; 

sundry, $55.75 248 30 

Total 47 , 344 94 

Charged as follows: — 

Grosse Isle Quarantine, New Buildings (Page V— 3) 40, 252 67 

Grosse Isle Quarantine, Repairs, &c (Page V— 3) 7, 092 27 

Total as above 47, 344 94 

Joiiette Public Building: Improvements. 

Bellerose, J. R.: 6-ft. fence, 395 ft. at 60c; 3-ft. fence, 57| ft. at 40c 260 00 

Levis Armoury and Gunshed. 

Ideal Construction Co.: estimate 13 to Dec. 9, 1912 on $68,518 contract for erection of drill 
hall, $41,484.90; extra on foundation, $2,220; less drawback, $4,374.90; and paid in 1911-12, 

V— 43, $13,320 26, 010 00 

Inspector of work, F. Duval, Apr.-Mar., 312 d. at $4.50 1,404 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, T. W. Fuller 33 37 

Advertising 9 45 

Total, carried to page V— 3 27, 456 82 

Louiseville Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Wm. Laurent 2,700 00 

King's Printer, $124.21; advertising, $203.38 327 59 

Legal services: J. A. Coutu, Louiseville, Que 33 00 

Total, carried to page V— 3 3,060 59 

Maisonneuve Public Building. 

Legal services, J. R. Mainville, Montreal 101 65 

Advertising $356.30; King's Printer $58.77 415 07 

Total, carried to page V— 3 516 72 

Marieville Public Building. 

Lachance, E. & R. ($3,460.54)— 

Contract for building complete $16,300; less $2,070 paid in 1910-11, V— 43, $11,060 paid 

in 1911-12, V— 44, and $500 still unpaid 2, 670 00 

Extra, altering street receiver 25 00 

Extra on wiring, $74.81; altering radiators, $17.90; additional pipe covering and hangers, 

$84.03 176 74 

Contract for sidewalk, complete 588 80 

Badeau, L. A.: on account installation of clock 225 00 

Blaiklock Bros., customs brokers: duty on clock, $149.80; entry, $2; exchange, 50c. 152 30 

Evans, W. F. & Son: tower clock, delivered at Marieville 679 99 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, $310; freight, &c, $18.79 328 79 

Hubert, A. H., clerk of works, Jan. 6-Nov. 14, 1912, 268 d. at $4 1,072 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: style A bag rack, $50; sorting-case, $50; freight, $2.94 102 94 

Prairie, P.: 40 shades, $68.97; sundry labour, $24.15 93 12 

Schell, J. T. Co.: installing post office fittings 1,455 00 

Small payments-: hardware, $42.03; cartage of safe, $12; 25 mazda lamps, $13.50; lettering 

office, $6 73 53 

Travel: W. J. Hickey, Ottawa, $37.20; Wm. Mansfield, Ottawa, $13.20; J. F. Smith, Ottawa, 

$17.80 68 20 

Advertising 9 60 

Total, carried to page V— 3 ! 7,721 01 

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V— 52 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1013 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Matane Public Building. $ cts. 

Purchase price of site: School Commissioners of St. Jerome de Matane 25 00 

Travel and outlay, A. R. Shehyn, Ottawa 47 10 

King's Printer 130 55 



Total, carried to page V— 3 202 65 

Megantic Public Building. 

Paquet & Godbout: on account final estimate on contract for building, $18,630; fittings, as 

per contract, $1,114; less $13,450, paid in 1911-12, V— 44 6, 294 00 

Clerk of works: E. Huard, June 16-Sept. 17, 1911, 80 d. at $3.50; T. Lemay, Apr. 1-Oct. 25, 

1912, 179 d. at $3.50, outlay, $15.84 922 34 

Dion, J. : 12 holophane shades, $13 . 20; labour, $45; sundry, $46 . 80 105 00 

Evans, W. F. & Son: tower clock, delivered at Megantic 775 02 

Keeler, C. H. L. Co.: 3-lt. fixtures, 11 at $5; 2-lt. fixtures, 3 at $4; 49 holophane shades, 

$36.75; panel board, $37.29; sundry, $4.72 145 76 

Office Specialty Co.: bag-rack, $70; 1. s. case, $50; n. p. s. case, $48; freight, $8.77 176 77 

Rubenstein Bros.: 348 p. o. box fronts, $553.56; 4 brass grills $115; 5 eng. plates, $23; 2 receivers, 

$35.50; sundry, $23.20 750 26 

Valiquette, N. G.: 4 chairs, $14.40; clock. $8; desk, $36.50; 35 yd. linoleum, $52 50; rug, $25; 

stool, $2.50; filter, $16.40 155 30 

Small payments: 32 shades, $43; labour, $30.77; sundry, $46.18 119 95 

Collector of Customs, Montreal: duty, &c, on clock 235 00 

Advertising 10 50 

Travel: G. S. Gingras, Montreal, $13.95; W. J. Hickey, Ottawa, $18.35; J. Lamarche, 

Ottawa, $19.85 52 15 

Total, carried to page V— 3 9,742 05 

Montreal Customs Examining Warehouse. 

Kelly, A.: estimate 2 to -Mar. 25, 1913, on $6,391 contract for addition to Customs Express 

Warehouse $5,560.30; less $550.30 drawback 5,010 00 

Lyall & Sons Const Co.: estimate 4 to Jan. 25, 1913 on $999,000 contract, for construction of 

the examining warehouse $43, 525; less $4, 355 drawback 39, 170 00 

Baulne & Mercier: survey of lot 3 West Ward 150 00 

Can. Inspection & Testing Laboratories, inspection of steel work, 169-725 tons 50 92 

Foundation Co., Ltd.: investigations and preparation of plans and specifications of founda- 
tions of building: services, $2, 500; borings, $133 . 68; travel $47 . 65 2, 681 33 

Holgate, Henry: examination and report on foundations of building 250 00 

Travel: D. A. Williamson, Ottawa $25.20; R. C. Wright, Ottawa, $48.80 74 00 

Advance: R. C. Wright, R. 48,461 20 00 

Advertising $494.64; King's Printer $323.71. 818 35 

Total, carried to page V— 3 '. 48, 224 60 

Montreal Customs Express: Bepairs. 

Charette & Frere: repairing roof: cement work $157.68; sundry labour $106.60; sundry 

material $68.68 332 96 

Kelly, A.: clearing, grading and planking at back of building: plank $66.47; sleepers $34.77; 

labour $113.65; sundry $9.05 223 94 

Major & Co. : porch $25"; painting porch $10 35 00 

Advertising 118 68 

Total, carried to page V— 3 710 58 

Montreal— New Barracks. 

Lea, R. S.: professional services, 2 d. at $75; assistants, 17f d. at $10, 14 at $4; expenses $13.50 393 25 

Montreal: New Detention Hospital. 

Deakin, C. E.: estimate 4 to May 12, 1913, on $75,400 contract, $40,522.50; less drawback 

$4,052.50, and paid in 1912-13, $35,470 .-•;.. 1,000 00 

Preparation of plans, &c, and superintendence: Ross & MacFarlane: 3 per cent commission 

on $75,400 "... 2,262 00 

Howard, S. P.: detailed in 1911-12, V-45 '. 21,182 40 

Advertising, $346.95; King's Printer, $13.05 360 00 

Legal services: Kavanagh, Lajoie & Lacoste, Montreal $150; Kittson, Reddy & Reddy, 

Montreal $99 55 249 55 

Total, carried to page V— 3 '. 25, 053 95 



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Montreal: New Ordnance Depot. $ cts. 

Structural Engineering Co.: labour and material, sinking test for proposed building: drilling 

test holes, $675.67; labour $202.19; professional services $275; sundry $49.97 1,202 83 

Advertising 9 45 

Total, carried to page V— 3 1, 212 28 

Montreal General Post Office. 

Bourque, Jos.: on account estimate 16 on $252,500 contract and extra work $247,030, less 

$76,350 paid in 1911-12, V— 44 

Bedard, N. A. & Co.: 95 blinds $650; 16 large linen curtains $117; sundry $76 

■Canada Electric Co.: 30 electric fixtures, 2 lights each 

Canada Stove & Furniture Co.: 5 filing cabinets, 3 at $30, 1 at $75, 1 at $95; chairs, 8 at 85c, 

9 at $6, 2 at $5, 1 at $8, 5 at $9, 4 at $10; 250 letter weights $80; desks, 1 ft. $25, r. t., 2 

at $28, 3 at $35, 1 $38; t. w. desk $15; stool $5. 

Can. Inspection & Testing Laboratories: concrete inspection, Nov. 29-Dec. 18, 1911 

Caron, J. H., cabinet $60; Cavanagh Co., sundry paint, &c $59. 18 

Charette & Bro. : sundry plumbing, labour $309 . 40, hardware $40 .71 

Charles Elevator Co. (A.H.Charles): labour $292.16; material $152.38 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co.: sundry glass 

Cote Bros. & Burritt: repairing elevators, &c, labour $379.55, 1, 310 ft. wire rope $131, sundry 

material $57 .71 : 

Crowe, John & Son: sundry smithwork and hardware 

Daoust, A.: on account professional services as superintending architect 10, 000 00 

Dawson & Co.^ conduit, 340 ft., $21.78; fuses, 10-30 amp., 240 at 15c, 60 amp., 160 at 21c; 

insulating joints, 84 at 30c; 798 yd. lamp cord $41.75; duplex wire, 609 ft., $13.89; r. c 

wire, 4,589 ft. $55.47; sundry $182.33 

Dupuis Freres: 24 yd. axminster $42; 8 curtains $11.75; sundry $46.21 

Lessard, T. & Sons: 3 globe ventilators $24; sundry labour $27.30; sundry hardware $34.79.. 
LeTourneux, Fils & Cie: 650 brass plates $17; 15 gal. orange shellac $39.30; 170 sq. ft. rubber 

mat $144.50; sundry hardware, &c. $617.96 

Major, J. A. & Cie.: sundry repairing, &c, labour $479.10, material $235.02, supervision 

$107. 11; putting in windows and plates at the two elevators on Craig street $25 

Mallette, Ls.: 58 rubber tire wheel casters $63; sundry $15.75 

Mathewson, Dr. G. H.: professional services for O. Renaud 

Mathieu, H. & Cie.: pine, 2,525 ft. $104.80; 700 cherry pegs $22.50; 609 ft. spruce $18.27; 

347 ft. cherry $23.88; sundry $116.38; apparent duplicate payment $19.60 305 43 

Munderloh & Co.: fuses, 120 at 15c, 10 at 21c, 10 at 54c; 200 fuse plugs $6; 24 switches $8.40; 

sundry $30.84 70 74 

National Engineering Co.: 110 v. 60 eye osc fan motors, 12 at $18, 2 at $19.21, 16-in., 4 at 

$26 358 42 

O'Connell, T.: labour $49.28; material $2.43 

Office Equipment Co.: sectionettes, as per order 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: desk $25.50; cabinet $70 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: labour $39.85; material $59.80 

Pratt Co.: installing vacuum cleaner system $3,480; less $530 paid in 1913-14 

Presto Heater Co.: two 16-in. presto heaters $3,000; 3 steam traps $99.75; 4 valves $88.02; 

3 reducing valves $92. 13; sundry $63.10; labour $157 

Thibeault, Jos.: labour $53.95; hardware, &c $63.30 

Thompson, Fred. & Co.: electrical repairs, labour $47.40, material $34.65 

Tremblay, F. & Cie: 8 cases and 8 tables $480; 6,900 ft. selected $395; sundry lumber $63. 15 

Wilder's Limited: 4 filing cabinets $64; bookcase and curtain $28.75 

Small payments: 3 chairs $17.70; desk $18; freight and cartage $40.83; hospital bill of O. 

Renaud $28.50; hardware $220.73; lumber $40.96; 2 stools $15; truck $24.50; recovering 

27 truck wheels $48.74; sundry $54.73 

Paylists: carpenters, Nov .-Dec, 4 m. at $65; painters, Oct. 21-Dcc 31, 75^ d. at $2.70 

Travel and outlay: W. R. Billings $14.03; L. J. Gaboury, postmaster, Montreal, $3.75; F. 

X. Paquet$8.80; J. H. Ralph $20 30; C. D. Sutherland $84.05; R. C. Wright $49.10 

Vouchers outstanding* Marchand & Haskell 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, Maintenance (Page V — ) 



170,680 00 
843 00 
465 00 


742 80 
98 08 
119 18 
350 11 
444 54 
127 28 


568 26 

180 70 

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410 02 

99 96 
86 09 


818 76 


846 23 
78 75 
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99 65 

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117 25 

82 05 
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92 75 


509 69 
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Total, carried to page V— 3 199, 999 56 



Montreal: Postal Station B— to replace office on Ste. Catherii# St., West. 

Purchase price of site: Findlay & Howard 281 , 025 00 

Barclay, M. B., P.L.S., C.E.: professional services re site 85 00 

Cradock-Simpson Co.: valuating lots 16, 17 and 18 of number 1,579 St. Antoine Ward 150 00 

Ross, J. G.: valuating lots 16, 17 and 18 150 00 

Advertising $555.75, King's Printer $238.05 793 80 

Total, carried to page V— 3 282, 203 80 



V— 54 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Montreal Postal Station 'C\ $ cts. 

Sequin & Guindon: estimate 15 to Mar. 31, 1913 on $94,000 contract and $6,666 extra work, 

$97,001; less $9,701 drawback, and $35,940 paid in 1911-12, V— 44 51,360 00 

Superintending architect, J. Perrault: plans, specifications and details, 3| per cent, commission 
on contract $94,000 extras $6,666, and gasoline storage system $556; superintendence, 
H per cent on net estimate 14, $85,900; total, $4,831.27; less paid previously, 1910-11, V— 43, 

$1,500, 1911-12, V— 44, $1,350 1,981 27 

Bowser, S. F. & Co.: on account gasoline tank 300 00 

Montreal City: snow cleaning tax, 1911 8 64 

Travel of Ottawa officials: F. X. Paquet $6.90; C. D. Sutherland, $8.60 15 50 

King's Printer $46; advertising $10.80 56 80 

Total, carried to page V— 3 53,722 21 

Montreal: Postal Station, Notre Dame West. 

Purchase price of site, John Costigan 22, 000 00 

Legal services: F. J. Curran, Montreal $66 . 50; Fair & Cameron $24 . 80 91 30 

Total, carried to page V— 3 22,091 30 

Montreal: Postal Station "F", at Westmount. 

Elliott, Jas.: purchase price of site $28,000; share of municipal tax $9.33; share of school tax 

$43.65 28,052 98 

Piche, Alp.: preparing plans and specifications of building, 2 p. c. on estimated cost $70,000, 

$1,400; outlay $9.70; less $1,000 paid in 1911-12, V— 48 409 70 

Westmount City: cutting weeds along property 2 10 

Legal services: Fair & Cameron, Montreal 53 90 

King's Printer 7 43 

Total, carried to page V— 3 28,526 11 

Montreal: Postal Station, Emard Ward. 

Purchase price of site: Madame L. B. Payette 20,000 00 

Lavigne, H.: 2 radiators $46.40; labour $111.50; sundry $10.52 168 42 

Mailly, F. X., sundry plumbing $37.95: Monette, L., one ton coal $10.50 48 45 

Legal services, Bohemier & Dufort, Montreal 39 70 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 17 35 

Total, carried to page V— 3 20, 273 92 

Montreal: Postal Station, St. Lawrence Central. 

Purchase price of site, D. J. McDonald 25,000 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn 24 25 

Total, carried to page V— 3 25,024 25 

Montreal Public Buildings: Repairs, Improvements, &c. 

Detailed with Dom. Buildings Maintenance (Page V — . . . ) 10, 053 16 

Murray Bay Public Building. 

Purchase price of site, Mrs. E. Frigon 7, 900 00 

Survey of site, Nov. 15, 1912, 4 men at $1.75 7 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn 57 70 

Total, carried to page V— 3 7, 964 70 

Napierville Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: P. Bourgeois, $950; W. A. Stuart, $1, 000 1, 950 00 

Legal services, P. R. Merizzi, Napierville 89 20 

Total, carried to page V— 3 2, 039 20 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 55 
SESSIONAL PAPER Wo. 1 

Quebec Citadel: Alterations and Improvements. $ cts. 

Clerk of works, W. H. Bradshaw: services, Apr-June, 91 d. at $3.50; travel, $166.35; sundry 

outlay, $67.63 552 48 

Carpenters, Apr. 3-JuIy 24, 68 d. at $2.70, 181| d. at $2.50; carters, 47£ d. at $3; labourers, 

98£ d. at $1.58, 309 d. at $1.75; mason, 39£ d. at $3.60; sundry cleaning, $267.11 1,882 44 

Chinic Co.: 6 garbage pails, $32; refrigerator, $30; 100 ft. hose, $11; 4 brl. cement, $8.40; nails, 

$17.81; sundry, $223.23 322 44 

Dowsley , A. H. : entrance door and frame with leaded glass 200 00 

Eastern Canada Steel & Iron Works: structural steel erected for area 792 00 

Esmonde, J. P. & F. W.: range with high shelf and water back, $246; installing same, $75 321 00 

Gignac, J. H.: lumber, 1,927 ft. at $20, 4,904 at $24, 5,718 at $25, 1,000 at $27, 1,806 at $30, 

3,700 at $45, 2, 160 at $70, 757 at $80; labour, 343 hr., $104.90; sundry, $132.19; overpaid $2 997 72 
Larose, Ed.: bathroom, etc., on first floor, 318 sq. ft., $318; cement, $82.10; sand, $41.40; stone, 

$67.50; masons, 560 hr. at 48c; labourers, 542 hr. at 25c; sundry, $22.50 935 80 

Legare, P. T.: 20 beds complete 248 00 

Leonard, B.: 3 gal. enamel, $16.50; 496 lb. paris whiting, $24.80; mixed paint, 3,955 lb. at 20c; 

7 window shades, $33.60; floor varnish, $35.44; labour, 3,215 hr. at 38c; sundry, $84.95. . 2,207 99 

Light, T.: raising, laying and carting turf, 4,000 ft. at 3c 120 00 

Morissette, C. E.: polishing floor of dancing hall 80 00 

Noel, P.: 2 baths, and four basins, $515; 12.58 sq. roofing, $125.80; labour, $73; sundry, $144.18 857 98 

Ottawa Electric Co.: 15 lamps, $50; 14 3-lt. brackets, $266; packing, $7 323 00 

Perry, Jas.: 21 pr. curtains, $154.11; 15 beds, mattresses and pillows, $157.50; 2 mirrors, $24; 

22 curtain poles, $26.40; labour, $289.25; freight and cartage, $29.93; sundry, $225.24 906 43 

Picard Machine Shop: labour, $54; sundry, $6.65 60 65 

Quebec Light, Heat & Power Co., cabinet gas stove 65 00 

Rondeau, Jos.: dessert stand high, 10 at $5.75; dessert stand low, 13 at $5; dessert plates, 4J 

doz. at $19; china plates, 60 doz. at $5.50; crescent shape salad dish, 6 doz. at $35; 100 ice 

creams, $48.70; 276 liqueur glasses, $104.67; sundry, $183.68 1,078 72 

Talbot, R., 12 fire extinguishers 114 00 

Small payments: hardware, $32.55; laundry, $9.39; labour, $9; stone, $15; garden seat, $26.68; 

sundry, $40.90 133 52 

Travel and outlay of officials at Ottawa: W. Bell, $32.95; R. Croll, $101.77; Geo. Mulhig, 

$53.60; John Shearer, $134.60 322 92 

Vouchers outstanding: Quebec Electric Co., R. 50380, $50; Geo. Reid, R. 26023, $50 100 00 



Total ." 12, 622 09 

Less— Charged to Public Buildings Generally (Page V— 97) 50 00 



Total, carried to page V— 3 12, 572 09 



Quebec Custom House. 

Gosselin & Dube: contract for building complete, $135,369; three extra windows in basement, 
$400; extra work in dome room, $800; tearing down and rebuilding east wall, demolition, 
$500, masonry and brickwork, $2,200, cut stone, $12,631; two steel columns to support 

dome, $542.95; less $68, 580, paid in 1911-12, V— 46 83, 862 95 

Supervision, Rene P. Lemay: 2 p.c comm. for services on: contract and extras, $152,443, 

elevator, $5,648, sundry accounts, $2,073.54; less $1,993.76 paid in 1911-12, V— 46 1,209 53 

Gingras, F., installing conduit and wiring for elevator 120 00 

Gosselin, Jos.: Venetian oak door and fittings, $120; sheet iron floors above elevator and 

motor, $90; work on elevator pit, $119.96; sundry marble work, $201.23; sundry; $100.39. 631 58 

Marchand, P.: cross channels, $140; grill and door, $65; sundry, $35.10 240 10 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., installing one E-6 passenger elevator 5, 650 00 

Quebec Transfer Co., sundry teaming -62 75 

Valliere, Ed.: repairing old furniture, cabinet, $7.50, 14 chairs, $31, 5 single desks, $75, 1 double 
desk, $30, lounge, $12, 2 tables, $22.50; new furniture, book case, $30, oak counter, $168, 
6 chairs, $60, 1 desk, $25, 8 stools, $21, 3 tables, $14, sundry, $39.50; labour, 180 hr. at 40c 607 50 

Small payments: cabinet sections, $15; cartage, $11.30; glass, $4.50; plumbing, $15; 6 rugs, 

$28.32; wardrobe, $24; sundry, $8.90 107 02 

Advertising 9 75 

Total, carried to page V— 3 92,501 18 



Quebec Drill Hall. 

Travel and outlay: Robt. Dawson, Ottawa, $25.25; T. W. Fuller, Ottawa, $33.37; H. Ortiz, 

Quebec, 25c 58 87 

Advertising, $268.55; King's Printer, $353.77 622 32 

Total, carried to page V— 3 681 19 



V— 56 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Quebec Immigration Building on Louise Embankment. $ cts. 

Deakin, C. E.: estimate 16 to June 8, 1913, on $348,000 contract and $34,500 extra work, 
$351,097.70; less, drawback $35,107.70, paid in 1911-12, V— 46, $4,440 and $114,810 paid 
in 1913-14 196, 740 00 

Can. Inspection & Testing Laboratories: shop inspection of material, 579.58 tons at 25c, 

466. 55 at 30c . 284 87 

Ouellet, Jos. P., superintendence, 1| p.c. comm. on estimate 8, $188,380.20; underpaid, $60. . 2,765 70 

Total, carried to page V— 3 199, 790 57 



Quebec Ordnance Stores. 

Travel of Ottawa official, T. W. Fuller 35 00 



Quebec Post Office: Enlargement. 

Villeneuve, Bosse, Banks & Boivin: estimate 3 to June 7, 1913, on $385,000 contract, $14,000; 

less $1,400 drawback, and $11,520 paid in 1913-14 1,080 00 

Gcbeil, A.: services, Dec, 1912, re site, $236.66; travel and outlay, $102.05. 338 71 

Removing snow from site: J. Duchesneau, 61 loads at $1; Quebec Cartage Co., 108 loads at 55c 120 40 

Small payments: test borings, $49.56; hardware, $3.35; lumber, $9.60 62 51 

Travel: H. Ortiz, Quebec, $1.50; T. D. Rankin, $22.55 24 05 

Advertising, $771 .03; King's Printer, $224.84 995 87 



Total, carried to page V— 3. 2, 621 54 



Rigaucl Public Building. 

Belanger, Theo.: contract complete, $17,000; extra work on foundation, $2,703.20; copper 
instead of galv. iron, $500; tile flooring, $669; sundry extra work, $175; less $14,250 paid in 

1911-12, V— 46 6, 797 20 

Emond, V. A. & Son: mechanical water filter 100 00 

Lemieux, J. L.: superintendence, 5 p.c. on $21,427.20 contract, 3'75 p.c. on $1,487 contract; travel, 
&c, $114.50; less $700, paid in 1911-12, V— 46; and less $85.05 paid for Mr. Robitaille's 

expenses ! 456 57 

Office -Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack, $50; freight, $1.12 51 12 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills, $95; 36 window guards, $40.50; 294 p. o. box fronts, $459.73; 

5 eng. plates, $27; 3 receivers, $40; sundry, $22.99 685 22 

Schell, J. T. Co. : post office fittings, supplied and installed 1 , 490 00 

Fireman, F. Faubert, Nov. 18-Dec 6, 1912 28 50 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: 1 prel. 1. s. case, $30; 2 sections n. s. case, $31 61 00 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $3.74; F. X. Paquet, Ottawa, $4.45 8 19 

Advertising, $37.46; King's Printer, $35.54 73 00 

Detailed with Regina Public Building (Page V85 . . . ) 51 25 

Total, carried to page V— 3 9,802 05 



Roberval Public Building. 

Lachance, L. B.: estimate 3 to Jan. 8, 1913 on $16,700 contract $10,116.65; less $1,016.65 

drawback and $5, 730, paid in 1911-12, V— 46 3, 370 00 

Clerk of works, A. Parent: services, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 720 00 

DuTremblay, A. : survey and plan of site 62 50 

Travel, T. L. Villeneuve, Chicoutimi 22 35 

Advertising $9.75; King's Printer $41 .83 51 58 

Total, carried to page V— 3 4, 226 43 



Rock Island Public Building. 

Beach, N. A.: contract for building complete $17,750; porches, as per tender $3,500; tile 

floor in M. O. office $96.50; less $4,050 paid in 1911-12, V— 47, $2,996.50, paid in 1913-14. 14,300 00 

Clerk of works, Jos. Lowell: services Apr. 1-Mar. 31, 1913, 313 d. at $4 1,252 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack $50; freight $1 .05 51 05 

Rubenstein Bros. : on account fittings 300 00 

Advertising, $40.92; King's Printer, $51.41 92 33. 

Total, carried to page V— 3 15, 995 38 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Shawinigan Public Building. $ cts. 

Durand, A.: estimate 5 to Mar. 18, 1913 on $32,860 contract, $28,663; less drawback $2,863, 

and paid in 1911-12, V— 47, $7,370 18,430 00 

Superintending architects, Asselin & Auger: services, 5 p. c. commission on estimate 2, 

$792.42; less $409.52 paid in 1911-12, V— 47 382 90 

Advertising 9 75 

Total, carried to page V— 3 18,822 65 

Sherbrooke Post Office: Wiring, &c. 

Choquette, J. A. & Co.: electric light wiring and fittings $950; 2 extra outlets $136.50 1,086 50 

Advertising 4 30 

Total, carried to page V— 3 1, 090 80 

Sorel Public Building: Repairs to Heating Apparatus, &c. 

Coron, F. D.: alterations and additions to heating apparatus $623.50; new smoke stack 

$31.50; sundry repairs, &c. $285.03 940 03 

Villiard, J. A.: labour, 2 d. at $2 4 00 

Total, carried to page V— 3 944 03 

Ste. Agathe des Monts Public Budding. 

Purchase price of site: E. D. Godon 2, 000 00 

Travel of Ottawa officials: C. Baudry $14; A. R. Shehyn $20.15 34 15 

Legal services: J. V. Leonard, St. Jerome, Que 40 40 

Total, carried to page V— 3 , 2,074 55 

St. Gabriel de Brandon Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Mme. C. V. Michaud 2,000 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn 41 38 

Legal services: Alp. St. Germain, St. Barthelemi 37 70 

Total, carried to page V— 3 2, 079 08 

St. Lambert Public Buildng. 

Patenaude, Eug.: estimate 3 to Mar. 28, 1913 on $26,600 contract $22,855; less drawback 

$2, 255 20, 600 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, R. C. Wright 10 00 

Advertising 6 40 

Total, carried to page V— 3 20, 616 40 

St. Laurent Public Building. 

Travel of clerk of works: G. S. Gingras, Montreal , 3 25 

Advertising $85.98; King's Printer $102.04 188 02 

Legal services, C. S. Tasse, St. Laurent j 103 10 

Total, carried to page V— 4 294 37 

Ste. Therese Public Budding. 

Purchase price of site: National Breweries 8, 500 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. Baudry 15 20 

Advertising $154. 18; King's Printer $147.07 301 25 

Total 8,816 45 

Less, part of site sold to M. Hogan 3, 000 00 

Total, carried to page V— 4 5, 816 45 



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Thetford Mines Public Building: Wiring, &c. 

Advertising $40.04; King's Printer $3.55 



Three Rivers Public Building. 

Asselin & Auger: preparing plans, specifications, &c, 2| p. c. commission on estimated cost 

§250,000 

Advertising $755 . 61 ; King's Printer $4 . 53 



Total, carried to page V- 



$ cts. 
43 59 


6,250 00 
760 14 


7,010 14 



Verdun Public Building. 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn 53 80 



Weedon Station Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: D. Gosselin 1, 800 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. R. Shehyn 93 73 

Advertising $100.69; King's Printer $129.91 230 60 

Legal services: J. A. Leblanc, Sherbrooke 66 05 

Total, carried to page V— 4 2, 190 38 

Dominion Public Buildings, Quebec: Renewals, Repairs, &c. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V — ) 20, 182 06 

Acton Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Jas. Matthews 2, 700 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 12 00 

King's Printer $64.30; advertising $13.80 78 10 

Legal services, J. W. Elliott, Milton, Ont 24 22 

Total, carried to page V— .4 2,814 32 

Athens Public Building. 

Dillon, John: Estimate 7 to Mar. 31, 1913 on $13,800 contract $13,602.35; less drawback 

$1 362 35 12 240 00 

Clerk of works, R. T. Taber: services, 10 m. to Mar." 31, 1913, at $80 ' 800 00 

Town of Athens: share of taxes 1911, $14.25; tax for grano. walk, commuted, $66.71 80 96 

Supplies from stock: 2 sections n. s. case, 1,259, $80; final 1. s. case, 1,262, $26.50 106 50 

King's Printer $21 .72; advertising $14 35 72 

Total, carried to page V— 4 13, 263 18 

Aurora Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Dr. W. J. Stevenson 2,000 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, Chas. H. Hunter 12 00 



Total, carried to page V— 4 2,012 00 

Ayinter, Ont., Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: W. H. Finch $2,000; Wm. Monteith $2,800 4, 800 00 

Town of Aylmer: taxes, 1912 32 52 

Legal services: E. A. Miller, Aylmer, Ont 64 15 

Advertising $849.76; King's Printer $85.66 935 42 

Total, carried to page V— 4 5,832 09 

Barrie Public Building: Addition, &c. 

Tom, W. A.: estimate 1 to Mar. 31 on $19,655 contract $4,650.75, less $460.75 drawback 4, 190 00 

C'leik of works, Thos. Rogers: services, Feb.-Mar. 2 m 100 00 

Advertising $222.65; King's Printer $60.53. 283 18 

Total, carried to page V— 4 4, 633 18 



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Belleville Public Building; Improvements. $ ct.s. 

Arnott & Fisher: cement sidewalk, 3, 943 sq. ft. at 25c 985 75 

Lielleville Gas Dept., changing lamps $17.50; Sharpe & Hart, repairs §15.29 32 79 

Carey Co. (Philip) : Carey flexible cement roofing, as agreed 242 00 

McGie, Wm.: sundry steam fitting and plumbing repairs 85 23 

Walton, Geo. & Co. : maple flooring in Inland Revenue office 130 00 

Travel of clerk of works, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 4 22 

Total, carried to page V— 4 1,479 99 

Berlin Public Building: Government share of Cost of Sewer Connection, &c, and 

Pavement. 

Berlin Town: Government share of cost of pavement 402 66 

Bowmanville Public Building: Improvements. 

Blaiklock Bros., customs brokers: dutv on clock $135.80; entry $3; freight $9.48; exchange 

68c 148 96 

Grand Trunk Railway System, cartage 1 00 

Total, carried to page V— 4 149 96 

« 
Bracebridg? Public Building. 

King's Printer 66 47 

Bracebridge Public Building: Interest on delayed payments to Mary McCosh. 

McCosh, Mrs. Mary: interest on $4,000, July 4 to Sept. 9; interest on $700, Sept. 10-Dec. 20, 

at 5 p.c 46 49 

Brantford New Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: City of Brantford 42,711 25 

McGregor, C. K.: commission for option on site, 2| p.c. on $42,711.25 1,067 79 

Travel of Ottawa official, Chas. H. Hunter 10 00 

Advertising $888.21; King's Printer $88.48 976 69 

Legal services, W. S. Brewster, Brantford 80 65 

Total, carried to page V— 4 44, 846 38 

Campbellford Public Building. 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 10 00 

Legal services, G. A. Payne, Campbellford 4 01 

Total, carried to page V — 4 14 01 

Chesley Public Building. 

Gilpin Bros.: estimate 5 to Mar. -31, 1913 on $19,795 contract, $14,181.17; extra, building 

clock tower $790; less $1,491.17, drawback 13,480 00 

Clerk of works, Wm. Halliday, May 8-Mar. 8, 10 m 800 00 

Foster & -Clark: preparing plans and specifications, 2 § p c. on $19,795; visiting Wiarton quarry 

$12.50 507 37 

Advertising 12 40 

Total, carried to page V — i 14, 799 77 

Collingwood Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: W. A. Hogg 12, 500 00 

Hunter, C. H., Ottawa, travel $25.85; Topley Studio, supplies $1 26 85 

King's Printer 2 74 

Legal services, W. T. Allan, Collingwood 59 40 

Total, carried to page V— 4 12, 588 99 



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$ cts. 
Cornwall Public Building: New boilers, &c. 

Bailey, L. E.: on account work on clock, &c 75 00 

Hermiston & Comrie: 2 furnaces and headers $778.25; pipe $53.04; cement $14.25; labour 

S232; sundry $191.67 1,269 21 

Total, carried to page V — 4 * 1 , 344 21 



Dresden Public Building. 

Clarke, W. E.: contract complete $13,000; extra work $88; less $210.50, deducted for work 

not done, and $5,200 paid in 1911-12, V— 49 7, 677 50 

Clerk of works, F. Jennings: services, 1 y. to Mar. 31, $960; outlay 62c 960 62 

Brown, J., drilling 200-ft. well $350; Hastings, T. A., outlay $9.20 359 20 

Total, carried to page V— 4 8,997 32 



Dundas Public Building. 

Nagle & Mills: estimate 9 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $45,200 contract, $31,611.75; less $3,161.75 

drawback and $6,340, paid in 1911-12, V— 49 22, 110 00 

Superintendence ($685.25)— 

Peeve, A. W.: 2p.o» comm. on $15,800 (work done in estimates 4 to 6) 316 00 

Smith, Jas. F.: services, Dec. 13-Mar. 31, 1913, 90 d. at $4; outlay, $9.25 369 25 

Dickson, J. W.: 6 ft. drain, 560 ft. long $350; sundry $54.80 404 80 

Gwyn, H. C. : drawing up agreement with town re drain, &c 10 00 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: one prel. 1. s. case $30; 4 sections n. s. cases $160 190 00 

Travel and outlay : T. A. Hastings, Toronto 18 15 

Advertising $30. 10; King's Printer $20.84 50 94 

Advance, C. D. Sutherland, R. 49,435 30 00 

Total, carried to page V— 4 23,499 14 

Durham Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Durham Town $2,200; V. Hahn $2,400 4, 600 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 15 00 

Total, carried to page V — 4, 615 00 

Eganville Public Building, 

Morris & Moore: on account preparation of plans 300 00 

Advertising $231.66; King's Printer $49.20 280 86 

Legal services, R. A. Matheson, Eganville, Ont 24 99 

Total, carried to page V— 605 85 

Elmira Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: A. W. Hoffer 2,050 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 12 00 

Legal services, D. S. Bowlby, Berlin 34 90 

Total, carried to page V— 2,096 90 

Elora Public Building. 

Clark, W. A.: on account installation of clock 1,550 00 

Grinyer, G. E. B.&Co.: air compressor $30; sink $15; installing sink $23.28; sundry $35.55. 103 83 
Hatch A. J.: work on clock: 1,000 ft. v joint $50; 500 ft. flooring $24; labour $156.90; 

sundry $19.36 250 26 

Mahoney, W. A.: superintendence, 2 p. c. on accounts totalling $2,754.46; travel $9 64 08 

Stevenson & Malcolm: installing pumping apparatus 310 00 

Whelan & Bleakney: supplying Glen William stone in place of local, 4,300 ft., including 

freight $600; 690 ft. concrete sidewalk $124.20; grading grounds $200 924 20 

Small payments: care of building, Jan. 6-Feb. 6, Apr. 1-6, 1912, $36; 237 ft. moulding $8.30; 

survey of site $7; sundry $37.63 88 93 

Travel and outlay, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 6 50 

Total, carried to page V— 4 3,297 80 



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Essex Public Building. . $ cts. 

Proctor, G. A.: contract complete $18,183; water tank in attic $215; sundry extras $72.10; 

less $5,850, V-49, 1911-12 12,620 10 

Inspector: J. Laing, Apr. $104; F. Brown, May 1-Jan. 31, 237 d. at $4 1,052 00 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.: interior fittings, as per tender 1,240 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack $70; 468 key boxes $925.20; freight $8.66 1,003 86 

RubensteinBros.: 4 brass grills $95; 5 eng. plates $16.50; 2 receivers $31.50; sundry $7.75. . 150 75 

Taylor, J. J.: safe 146 00 

Small payments: cartage $6.25; chair $8; clock $20; electric fixtures $16; desk and cup- 
board $40; 2 stools $9 99 25 

Supplied from stock: one prel. 1. s. case $30, one section n. p. s. case $15.50 45 50 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto 38 06 

Advertising, $18; King's Printer, $1 .53 19 53 

Total, carried to page V— 4 16,415 05 

Fergus Public Building. 

Whelan & Bleakney ($2,052)— 

Detailed in 1911-12, V— 50 730 00 

Glen William stone used in place of local, 4,300 ft. at 12c; heavy stone, 200 ft. at 15c; 

freight $104 650 00 

Grading grounds, $200; 650 ft. concrete sidewalk $117 317 00 

Extra sinking of well, 60 ft., 15 d. steam drill and men $300; extra pipe and labour $55 355 00 

Clerk of works, W. A. Mahoney : 2 p. c commission on accounts, $63 . 38; outlay $9 72 38 

Broadfoot, Thos'., janitor service, Feb.-Mar., 1912 60 00 

Goldie & McCulloch: safe $310; freight and packing $6.35 316 35 

Hatch, A. J.: carpenters, 330 h. at 35c, v joint, 1,000 ft., $50; 500 ft. flooring $24; sundry 

$60.76 250 26 

Small payments: labour $11.20; putting in motor and pump $40; moving safe $18.80; 39 

window shades $45.50; sundry $11.35 126 85 

Vouchers outstanding, W. A. Clark: on account clock. . , 1, 550 00 

Total, carried to page V— 4 4,427 84 

Fort Frances Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: F. C. Anderson, $16,500; interest on $1,500, 181 d., Nov. 15-May 15, 1913, 

6 p. c $44.63; less $1,544.63 paid in 1913-14 15,000 00 

Matthews, H. E., architect: expenses re reports on site, July 23-25, 1912, Feb. 28-Mar. 3, 1913. 47 70 

Legal services, A. D. George, Fort Frances 30 00 

Total, carried to page V— 4 15, 077 70 

Fort William: Custom House and Examining Warehouse. 

Purchase price of site: O. M. Helgerson 48,000 00 

Legal services, Morris & Babe, Fort William 118 20 

Total, carried to page V— 4 48, 118 20 

Fort William Public Building. 

City Cartage & Dray Co. : carting safe from depot 10 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: one brass grill $20; 3 eng. plates $12.25; express, &c. $2.40 34 65 

Taylor, J. & J.: safe 207 20 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $45.22; C. H. Hunter, Ottawa, $58 103 22 

Total, carried to page V— 4 355 07 

Gananoque Post Office. 

Bleakney, E. A.: estimate 5 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $29,973 contract, $18,366.72; less $1,836.72 

drawback 16,530 00 

Clerk of works, W. N. Rogers: Aug. 12-Mar. 31, 7f m. . . 613 33 

Boyd, W. Y.: purchase price of site, including $380 building material 7, 250 00 

Gananoque Town, street sprinkling tax, 1912 6 18 

Travel of Ottawa official, J. B. Chariton 36 15 

Legal services, W. B. Carroll, Gananoque 80 00 

Advertising, $312.18; King's Printer, $59.29 371 47 

Total, carried to page V— 4 24, 887 13 



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Goderich Public Building. $ c t s . 

Black, G. W., painting porches, $20; Wellard, J., painting ironwork, $25 ; 45 00 

Goderich Planing Mills: fittings in vault, $79; sash and casing for skylight, $19; sundry, $8.32 106 3? 

Goderich Town: 2 poles, $10; 153 lbs. wire, $30.60; labour, $14; sundry, $5.34 59 94 

Harper, C. J.: 2 boilers, $350; set twin connections, $150; 14 gate valves, $63; 400 ft. blk. 

pipe, $52; 300 ft. asbestos, $62.50; labour, $172.50; sundry, $112.07 962 07 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack, $100; 528 key boxes, $1,058.40; 3 wickets, $24; section 

n. p. s. case, $25; freight, $10.33; less $700, paid in 1911-12, V— 50 517 73 

Schell Co. : interior fittings, supplied and installed 1 , 009 09 

Total, carried to page V — 4 2, 700 06 



Grimsby Public Building. 

Bleakney, E. A.: estimate one to Mar. 31, 1913, on $19,973 contract, $481.73; less $41.73 

drawback 440 00 

Clerk of works, K. N. Grant, Feb. 10-Mar. 31, 42 d. at $4 168 00 

Grimsby Town: proportion of taxes, 1912 38 48 

Kidd, W. W.: purchase price of site, required for building 2,500 00 

Advertising, $273.65; King's Printer, $51.76 325 41 

Legal services, J. S. Campbell, St. Catharines 77 35 

Total, carried to page V.— 4 3. 549 24 



Guelph Public Building: Government share of Cost of Sewer connections and 

pavement. 

City of Guelph: Douglas street, pavement, 66 ft., $133.56, sewer, 66 ft, $82.50; Wyndham St., 

pavement, 118 ft., $1,406.24, sewer, 48 ft., $60; sewer connection to Post Office, $94.47.. . 1,776 77 

Hamilton Armouries: Balance due Architect for Supervising Construction. 

Stewart, W. W.: 5 p.c. commission on accounts, J. J. Armstrong, $293.64; Burton & Baldwin, 
$10,550.70; Culley & Breay, $3,748.91; Electric Supply Co., $2,472; Wm. Findlay, 
$4,275; Hamilton Gaslight Co., $4,471.95; Ketchum & Co., $4,325; W. J. Walsh, 
$13,058; G. F. Webb, $221,574; less previous payments, 1906-7, V— 49, $4,000; 1907-8 
V— 60, $4,000; 1908-9, V— 79, $3,213.75; 1909-10, V— 45, $1,000 1,024 71 



Hamilton Examining Warehouse: Improvements. 

Crawford, N. B., repairing floor, $35.80; Culley & Breay, sundry wiring $15.68 51 48 

Purrott, G. - painting front of building, $110; glazing, $2 112 00 



Total, carried to page V — 4 163 48 

Hamilton Public Building: Improvements. 

Can. Steam Boiler Co. : 3 sets cyclone grate bars 144 00 

Clark, A., plumber and helper, $63; supplies, $19.33 82 33 

Dennis & Jocelyn: galv. iron awning, $69.50; repairing roof, $33.41 102 91 

Electric Supply Co.: 500 ft. cable, $29.40; 200 ft. conduit, $23.52; labour, $26.46; sundry $17.19 96 57 
Holcombe Bros.:decorating walls and ceilings and finishing woodwork in long room, hall and 

staircase of custom house, $972; varnishing entrance doors, $25 997 00 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., installation of freight elevator 850 00 

Wark Electric Co.: electricians, 168 h. at 50c; 48 condulets, $21.60; 375 ft. wire, $7.50; sundry, 

$46 . 23 159 33 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter '. . 31 90 

Total, carried to page V — 4 2,464 04 

Hanover Public Building. 

Purchase price of site, H. H. Miller: purchase price, $1,400; interest, May 1-Oct. 18, at 5 p.c, 

$32.79; less, 1912 tax, $7.36 1,425 43 

Hanover Town: taxes 1912, $48.24; frontage tax, $79.42 127 66 

Legal services, R. C. Sper-eman, Owen Sound 60 56 

Total, carried to page V— 4 1, 613 65 



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Harriston Public Building. $ ct 3l 

roctor, Geo. A.: contract complete, $18,943; changing lighting and combination gas and 
electric, $334; 13 extra electric lights, $110; extra tile floor, $80; installing rain-water tank 
and pipe, $157; door and frame, in attic, $14; less for work not done, urinal omitted, $75, 

well, engine and tank, $322; and less, $13,920 paid in 1911-12, V— 50 5,321 00 

uperintendence, Geo. Gray: 2 p.c. comm. on following accounts, $19,131, $1,338, $599.31, 

$34.46; preparing drawing, &c, for sidewalk, $15; less $309.50 paid in 1911-12, V— 50 127 55 

Arthurs, H.: gravel back yard, $44; levelling lawn, $46; 22£ ft. fence, $22; cement sidewalk 

and extra filling, $206.50 318 50 

Blaiklock Bros., customs brokers: duty on clock, $135.80; entry and exchange, $3.68 139 48 

Eedy, J. L.: oak door, $29; 27 shades, $54; sundry, $34.55 117 55 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 494 key boxes, $968.50; bag rack, $50; wicket, $8; freight, $6.51 1,033 01 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 grills, $89.50; 5 eng. plates, $14.75; 3 receivers, $39; sundry, $6.52 149 77 

Schell, J. T. Co.: post office fittings, $1,213; alteration to fittings, $125; changing wicket, $15. . 1,353 00 

Smith, J. & Sons: clock for tower, 800 lb. bell 678 90 

Taylor, J. & J., safe 135 00 

Small payments: covering for steps, $29.60; cartage, $10.19; door check, $18.50; tile flooring, 

$21.75; sundry, $47. 16 127 20 

Supplied from stock: 2 sections n. p. s. case, $31; 2 prel.l.s. cases, $53 84 00 

Travel and outlay: J. A. Ferguson, Ottawa, $11.72; T. A. Hastings, $11.36 23 OS 

Advertising 11 25 

Total, carried to page V — 4 9, 619 29 



Hespeler Public Building. 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 24 00 

Kemptville Public Building. 

Dom. Concrete Co.: estimate one to Mar. 31, 1913, on $18,000 contract, $1,717.50, less $177.50 

drawback 1 , 540 00 

Inspector, I. M. Guest, services, Feb.-Mar 200 00 

Advertising, $238.55; King's Printer, $91.81 330 36 

Total, carried to page V — 2, 070 36 

Kingston Custom House: Renewals and Repairs. 

Ellis, Arthur: checking and certifying accounts for repairs, July 1-Dec. 31, 1911, 7\ p.c. of 
$2,407.15; supervision of heating and cleaning, July-Dec, 1911, $110.40; sundry checking 
of accounts and reports, 437 h. at 60c; less $398.57, paid in 1911-12, V— 147 154 55 

Kingston Post Office: Additions and Alterations. 

McKelvey & Birch: estimate 7 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $49, 100 contract, $45,832.46; less $4,582.46 

drawback, and $12, 130 paid in 1911-12, V— 51 29, 120 00 

Superintendence, Wm. Newlands & Son: 2\ p.c. commission on estimate seven, $1,145.81; 

2^ p.c. on contract price for plans, &c, $1,227.50; less $1,564.46 paid in 1911-12, V— 51 808 85 

King, John: labour, 180 hrs. at 50c; material, $48.44 138 44 

Lemmon & Sons, plumbing repairs, $67.32; Payne, G. A., repairs, $54.80 122 12 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: desk, $40; table, $23; tilter, $16.25; freight, $2.59 81 84 

Scott & Ryan, sundry repairs to lights, &c ; 180 94 

Small payments: baskets, $10; electrical supplies, $18.87; plumbing, $21.47 50 34 

Travel and outlay, J. B. Charleson, Ottawa 24 45 



Total, carried to page V — 4 30, 526 98 

Kingston Royal Military College: Additional Dormitories. 

Sullivan, M.: estimate 3 to Mar. 24, 1913, on $98,444 contract, $39,495; less $3,945 drawback... 35,550 00 

Supervision, Power & Son, 2 per cent comm. on $35,515 710 30 

Travel of Ottawa official, T. W. Fuller 51 00 

Advertising 78 08 



Total, carried to page V— -4 36, 389 38 

Kingsville Public Building. 

Travel and outlay, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 5 00 

Legal services, W. A. Smith, Kingsville 24 19 

Total, carried to page V — 4 29 19 



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Lakefleld Public Building. $ cts. 

Purchase price of site, Mrs. E. L. Fitzgerald 2,000 00 

Travel, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 9 65 

Legal services, O. A. Langley, Lakefield 26 87 

Total, carried to page V— 4 2, 036 52 



Lindsay Drill Hall. 

Advertising : 170 87 



Lindsay Public Building. 

Hungerford, Wm.: two No. 7 Safford boilers, $616.25; pipe, $33.66; labour installing boilers, 

$210.55; sundry supplies, $159.10 1,019 56 

Lindsay Light, Heat & Power Co., sockets, &c •. 22 41 

Travel and outlay, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 4 02 

Total, carried to page V — 4 1 , 045 99 

Listowel Public Building. 

Whelan & Bleakney: contract complete $28,180; extra, raising tower ten feet $1,800; sundry 

graining $78; less $17,290 paid in 1911-12, V— 51 12,768 00 

Clerk of works, M. McGillivray: services, 9 m. to Nov. 30, 1912 720 00 

Alberts, S.: cement walk, 631 ft. at 12§c 78 87 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co. : interior fittings complete 2, 125 00 

Hermiston & Co.: 56 blinds $65; sundry $11 .33 76 33 

McDonald, J. H.: purchase price of additional land required 1,700 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: p. o. boxes, 325, $656.50; bag rack $50; freight on rack $5.05. .. . 711 55 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills $100; 5 eng. plates $16.50; 2 receivers $35.50; sundry $7.95... 159 95 

Small payments: labour $12.60; door check $18; sundry $7.75 38 35 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: one 1, 257, $30; 2 sections 1 , 259, $31 61 00 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $31 .83; C. H. Hunter, Ottawa $27.40 59 23 

Legal services, J. E. Terhune, Listowel 29 88 

Advertising, $28 . 14; King's Printer, $1 . 53 29 67 

Total, carried to page V— 4 18, 557 83 

London Post Office and Custom House: Government share of Cost of 
Pavement, &c. 

City of London: government share of cost of pavement on Richmond Street opposite post 

office and custom house, 155J ft. at $2-7825 431 74 

London Post Office: Improvement. 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works: 2 brass wickets $50; canopy for rear of office $50; small hood 

for letter boxes on Richmond street $25 125 00 

Noble & Rich: connecting up radiators, as agreed $47; sundry plumbing $36.30 83 30 

Quick, I.: sundry painting and glazing 72 15 

Sanders & Robson: desk $34; 14 ft. oak partition $37; 21 cupboard doors $32; table $24.50; 

2 lamps $10; sundry lumber $63.48; labour $140.40; sundry $18.50 359 88 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto $9.50; C. H. Hunter, Ottawa $27.90, 37 40 

Total, carried to page V — 4 677 73 

Markham Public Building. 

Travel, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 16 00 

Midland Public Building. 

Bleakney, E. A.: estimate 1 to Mar. 31, 1913 on $47,700 contract $1,097; less $107 drawback.. 990 00 

Clerk of works, Jas. Trew: services, 10 d. to Feb. 28 40 00 

Gould's Service: posting bills re tender 1 00 

Advertising $659.06; King's Printer $54.39 713 45 

Legal service, W. Finlayson, Midland '. • 70 56 

Purchase price of site: Annie Ackerman $4,775.23; Mrs. A. Wilson $2,532.90 7,308 13 

Total, carried to page V— 4 9, 123 14 



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Milton Public Building. $ cts. 

Purchase price of site: Fred. J. Martin 1 , 750 00 

Travel: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $7.55; C. H. Hunter, Ottawa, $28 35 55 

Legal services: J. W. Elliott, Milton 23 52 

Total, carried to page V — 5 1 , 809 07 

Milverton Public Building. 

Makins, J. C: commission for collection of rents 7 00 

Legal services', Makins & Gregory, Milverton 37 00 

Total, carried to page V — 5 • 44 00 



Avery, John: contract complete $21,195: increasing height of tower $830; moving partition 
in collector's room, altering heating and putting in new door $140; concrete footings under 
main wall $166.66; extending main drain $95.50; sundry $95; less $13,630, paid in 1911-12, 

V— 52, and $1,022.16, paid in 1913-14 7,870 00 

Clerk of works, Wm. Ryan: services, 12 m. to Mar. 10, 1913 960 00 

Blaiklock Bros., brokers: customs duty on clock $145.60; entry $3; exchange 80c 149 40 

Office Specialty Co.: 'C bag rack $90; 237 p. o. boxes $459.75; wicket $8; freight, $4.23. . 561 98 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills $84; 5 eng. plates $14.75; 2 receivers $32.50; sundry $7.43. 138 68 

Smith, John & Sons: turret clock, four 5-ft. dials, 800 lb. bell 727 57 

Travel and outlay, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 19 62 

Advertising $27. 60; King's Printer $14.39 41 99 

Total, carried to page V— 5 10, 469 24 

Mount Forest Public Building. 

Proctor, G. A.: contract complete $17,666; extra work, sidewalk $182.49, soft water tank 
$144.10, changing mains $55.15; blinds $27.61; sundry $89.62; less $15,060, paid in 

1911-12, V-52 3,104 97 

Clerk of works, J. A. Hunter: services, April 1-Nov. 16, 198 d. at $3; work after Nov. 16, 

42 ft. fence $42, sundry $22 . 50 658 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 302 key boxes $581.90; wicket $8; bag rack $90; freight $4.95. . 684 85 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills $84; 3 receivers $36.50; 5 plates $16; sundry $6.45 142 95 

Schell, J. T. Co. : interior fittings, as per tender 985 00 

Taylor, J. & J. : safe, as per order 288 00 

Small payments: coal $18.82; door check $18.50; electrical supplies $15.51; moving safe $6; 

steps $13.76 72 59 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: one 1, 257 30 00 

Travel and outlay: J. A. Ferguson, Ottawa, $11 .71, T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $20 65 .... 32 36 

Advertising $21 .20; King's Printer $11.46 32 66 

Total, carried to page" V— 5 6, 031 88 

Newmarket Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: F. W. D. Jones $2, 673; Wong Get $2, 100 4,773 00 

Travel, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 12 00 

Legal services, H. E. Choppin, Newmarket .................. 37 65 

Total, carried to page V— 5 4, 822 65 

Niagara Falls Armoury. 

Robertson, A. B. ($6,894.60)— 

Contract for construction of building complete 44,000 00 

Alterations to radiators to suit fittings ' 495 00 

Sundry extra work ..................' 651 60 

Estimate 3 to Dec. 31, 1912, on contract for fittings '. . . '. 4,700 00 

On account laying out of grounds ' 508 00 

Total 50,354 60 

Paid in 1910-11, V— 52 10 220 00 

Paid in 1911-12, V— 52 '..'..'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 32 ,'770 00 

Drawback on fittings 470 00 43,460 00 

Paid to A. B. Robertson in 1912-13 6,894 60 

Clerk of works, Geo. Seaies: services, Apr.-Mar. 313 d .?! .... 1^565 00 

Carried forward . . 8 459 60 

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V— 66 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Niagara Falls Armoury— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 8,459 60 

Can. Ornamental Iron Co.: 2 lanterns and brackets 90 00 

Ketchum & Co.: pr. continuous bowling alleys, installed $1,050; 5 Easdale targets $100; 

freight $1.84 1,151 84 

Niagara Falls Municipal Electric Plant: light, Jan. 1913 21 12 

Vandersluys, C. H. : overseeing painting, &c 50 00 

Travel: Robt. Dawson $17.70; T. W. Fuller $15 32 70 

Advertising $176.88; King's Printer $38.39 215 27 

Total 10,020 53 

Less charged to Niagara Falls Public Building (Page V— 66) 21 12 

Total, carried to page V— 5 9,999 41 

Niagara Falls Public Building: Improvement. 

Can. Revolving Door Co: oak rev. door $650; outlay, installing door $72.19 722 19 

Cole & McMurray: sewer on Park St. $52; painting on warehouse, main stairs, &c, $160; 
4 c. i. sq. conductor pipes, reducers &c, $68; 135 ft. excavation for sewer $40.50; boiler 

section $45; sundry labour $211.75; sundry supplies, $204.12 781 37 

Hall & Dollcry: 3 brackets on carrier cases $25.10; extending cellar switch to head of stairs 

$41.85; light in attic and switch $17.93; sundry $26.86 Ill 74 

Niagara Falls, Planing Mills Co.: brick and concrete work as per tender 623 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: 2 eng. plates $11.50; express 75c 12 25 

Schell Co.: detailed in 1911-12, V— 52 1,129 00 

Schell Co.: lumber, 252 ft. $9.57; labour, f 19.80; sundry 90c 30 27 

South Bros.: linoleum, 74| yds. at $1.25; 2 chairs $27; desk $48; sundry $9.15 177 28 

Styles, S.: cartage 2 75 

Travel and outlay, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 19 20 

Detailed with Niagara Falls Armoury (Page V— 66) 21 12 

Total, carried to page V— 5 3, 630 17 

Orillia Drill Ha!!. 

Advertising 83 70 

Oshawa Drill Hall. 

Advertising 292 19 

Oshawa Public Building: Addition. 

Blaiklock Bros., brokers: duty on J. Smith & Sons' invoice $149.40; entry $3; exchange 78c; 

freight $11.02 164 20 

Brown & Ward: carting clock 2 00 

Smith, John & Sons: turret clock, 4 dials, 800 lb. bell .- 747 03 

Travel and outlay: J. A. Ferguson, Ottawa $11.72; T. A. Hastings, Toronto $2.58 14 30 

Advertising $130.74; King's Printer $35.87 166 61 

Total, carried to page V— 5 1,094 14 

Oshawa Public Building: Government Share of Cost of New Pavements and 

Sidewalks, &c. 

Oshawa Town: proportion of cost of block pavement on King St. $476.72; proportion of cost 

of concrete walk on Wellington St. $18.18 494 90 

Ottawa: Departmental Fittings. 

Agriculture Dept., Langevin Block: ($225.40) — 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinet, 4 at $30; freight $5.40 125 40 

Taylor, J. & J.: one set of vault doors 100 00 

Agriculture Dept., Canadian Building: 

Eclipse Mfg. Co., repairs &c, $24.61; Office Specialty Co., cabinet $7.50 32 11 

Agriculture Dept., 66 Queen St.: Live Stock Records: ($1,042)— 

Office Specialty Co.: steel, 28 vert, letter, 24 storage, 8 bases and tops, 8 sections, $1,005; 

truck $25; moving cases $12 1,042 00 

Archives: ($976)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: steel map case $960; 60 label-holders $16 976 00 

Carried forward 2, 275 51 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa: Departmental Fittings— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 2, 271 51 

Auditor General's office: ($13)— 

Office Specialty Co: No. 83 roller book shelf section 13 00 

Civil Service Commission: ($70.25)— 

Office Specialty Co. : special steel cabinet 70 25 

Clerk of Crown in Chancery: ($48) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: new panel and moving cupboard and cornice 48 00 

Conservation Commission: ($210) — 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 408 steel cabinets, 3 at $38; No. 2035 steel 8x5 card sections, 6 

at $16 210 00 

Customs Dept.: ($1,558)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: metallic case for room facing elevator 1,247 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 2100 sections, 2 at $30.50 61 00 

Rosenthal, A. & Sons: one safe 250 00 

Dominion Police: ($40)— 

Office Specialtv Co. : special steel case 40 00 

Geological Survey: ($32.50)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: moving steel cabinet from Govt, shops and setting up in Marine & Geol. 

Survey 32 50 

Governor General's Secretary's Office: ($849) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: metallic cases installed in office 849 00 

Insurance branch of Finance Dept.: ($70.50) — 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinet $43; moving steel cases $27.50 70 50 

Interior Dept., Langevin Block: ($311.98) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co. : moving steel cases 9 38 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinets, 7 at $43; guides $1.60 302 60 

Interior Dept., Birks Building: Dominion Parks: ($415.50) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: case for Commissioner, $252; case for director, $163.50 415 50 

Interior Dept., Blackburn Building: Water-Power Branch — 

Office Specialty Co.: two special steel cases 476 00 

Interior Dept., Canadian Building: ($1,969.70)— 
Eclipse Manufacturing Co.: ($1,589.50)— 

Forestry Branch: 2 steel cases, $384, $200 584 00 

Immigration Branch: 2 steel cabinets $575; repairs $15 590 00 

Survey Records Branch: 48 drawer cabinet, with lock 384 00 

Repairs: in Loyer's Office $25, sundry $6.50 31 50 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 cabinet, 12 at $30; freight $16.20, repairs $4 380 20 

Interior Dept., Registration Branch: ($100) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: steel cabinet, plan S-397, $4,550; less $4,450 paid in 1911-12 (Page V— 53) 100 00 

Interior Dept., Surveyor General: ($2,762)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: metallic fittings $2,750; repairs $12 2,762 00 

Interior Dept., Trafalgar Building: ($25) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: steel roller shelves, 10 at $2.50 25 00 

Justice Dept., ($65)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co. : metallic back $25, repairs $40 65 00 

Labour Dept.: ($31.35)— 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 2406 steel cabinet $30; freight $1.35 31 35 

Marine and Fisheries Dept.: ($1,814.35)— 
Eclipse Mfg. Co.: ($1,757)— 

Metal case for drafting-room, Chief Engineer's Branch 1, 450 00 

Metal cabinet for Records Branch 168 00 

Card-index cabinet for Accountant's office, 30 drawer 139 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 cabinet $30, freight, $1.35; No. 83 roller book-shelf sections, 

2 at $13 57 35 

Militia and Defence Dept.: ($951.65)— 

Office Specialty Co.: two special card cabinets $410; double-faced case of library shelving 
$170; sections, 1 No. 406 at $34, 1 No. 2406 at $34, 4 No. 2100 at $30.50, 2 No. 2035 at 

$19.75, 2 No. 2661 at $32; moving library shelving $48; sundry $30.15 951 65 

Mines Department, Sussex St.: ($77.62)— 

Office Specialty Co: No. 406 cabinet, 2 at $30; changes $15; freight $2.62 77 62 

Naval Service: ($241.45) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: metal box 35 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinets, 2 at $38; cabinets, 1 at $34, 2 at $30, sundry 

$32.40; freight $4.05 206 45 

North West Mounted Police: ($41.40)— 

Office Specialty Co. : moving steel cases to Union Building 41 40 

Post Office Dept., Langevin Block, ($3,780.55)— 
Eclipse Manufacturing Co.: ($3,458.75)— 

Steel cabinets, as per tender, $3,750; less $300 deducted 3, 450 00 

Taking-down and setting-up steel case in Accountant's Branch 8 75 

Office Specialty Co.: 3 No. 2100 sections, base, top, guides, folders, $141.80; repairs and 

alterations $180 321 80 



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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa: Departmental Fittings— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 18, 230 31 

Post Office Dept., Blackburn Building: ($2,397.97)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: metallic fittings for Staff Branch $1,206, for Enquiry Branch $539; 

repairs $5 1, 750 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinets, 3 at $30, 10 at $32, 2 at $34; special steel 

sorting-cases, 3 at $50; sundry $19.97 647 97 

Post office Dept., Rideau Club: Rural Mail Delivery : ($841.65)— 

Office Specialty Co.: sections, 16 No. 2100 at $25, 4 No. 2028 at $20, 4 No. 2035 at $16, 4 No. 
2067 at $24; bases, 1 at $4, 4 at $5; tops, 5 at $4.50; sliding shelves, 4 No. 2078 at $15; 

6M. No. 2385 cards $58.45; sundry $36.70 , 841 65 

Printing Bureau: ($441.38)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: cutting down and setting up shelving, 44 sections at $9; sundry altera- 
tions $45.38 441 38 

Privy Council: ($170; — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: taking apart and removing steel cabinets 15 00 

Taylor, J. & J.: one safe -. . 155 00 

Public Works Dept., West Block: ($41.63)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: moving steel cabinets- in Accountant's office, 55% h. at 75c 41 63 

Public Works Dept., Birks Building: Dredging Branch: ($174.35)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: 4-drawer cap sections, 2 at $27 54 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinet, 2 at $30; folders, 180 at 20c; sundry $24.35... 120 35 

Public Works, Robinson Building: ($302.42)— 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinet, 9 at $30; guides and folders $21; freight $11.42 302 42 

Railways and Canals: ($291.52) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co. : alterations 25 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 steel cabinets, 4 with locks at $34, 4 without locks at $30; 

freight $10.52. 266 52 

Railway Commission: ($2,119) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: metallic fittings, for Record Room $495, for Traffic Room $390 885 00 

Office Specialty Co.: steel fittings as by plan $898; steel cabinets, 3 at $35, 4 at $38, 1 at $55; 

folders and guides $24 1,234 00 

Trade and Commerce Dept.: ($14.50)— 

Eclipse Mfg. Co. : repairs to steel cases 14 50 

Total, carried to page V— 5 25,024 73 

Ottawa Buildings: Lavatories. 

City Post Office ($45.30). 

Jones & Stevens: tile in women's lavatory, 24 ft. at 80c; labour, 33 h. at 60c 39 00 

Setting tile . 6 30 



House of Commons ($2,028. 16). 

Dowsley, A. H., doors, varnished, 5 at $7.50 ; 37 50 

Jones & Stevens: furnishing and setting tile in floor and walls, marble for 3 closet stalls and 
3 urinals, marble architrave and window sill, and all nickle-plated hardware, except 
toilet paper holders and doors, $700; wall tile, 296J ft. at 80c; urinal, $16.35; sundry sup- 
plies, $58.55; labour, 127| hr. at 60c _ 1,088 40 

Keystone Supply Co.: marble and tile work in ladies' lavatory 610 00 

Robertson, Jos., Co., Montreal: lavatories, 4 at $22.50, 3 at $21; sundry, $55.76 208 76 

Sundry payments: 15 brl. cement, $27.75; 3 doors and frame, $31 .50; door, $20; 1 pr. hinges, $4.25 83 50 

Langevin Block ($4419.96). 

Allan, W. E., supplies, $138.01; Band, J. P., supplies, $80.72 218 73 

B. O. T. Manufacturing Co., Toronto: 8 gal. high tanks in golden oak, wood fibre seats and 

covers, B. O. T. bowls, 3 at $22.75, 3 at $21.75 133 50 

Dowsley, A. H., 6 doors, varnished, at $7.50 45 00 

Jones & Stevens: tile and marble work, $878; double acting hinges, 12 pr. at $8.50; marble 
architrave, 53.1. ft. at 75c; marble sill, 13 1. ft, at 90c; labour, 21 hr. at 75c; less, 6 door 

stops, $9, and less 6 pr. single acting hinges, $25.50 1,012 70 

Keystone Supply Co.: marble and tile work in lavatories on top floor, $95o.70; cleaning floors, 

$6.60 963 30 

Keystone Supply Co.: marble and tile work in lavatories on second floor from top, $878; extra 
marble architrave, 53 1. ft. at 75c; marble sill, 13 1. ft. at 90c; double action hinges, 
12 pr. at $8.50; sand and cement, SOc; labour, 25 hr. at 75c; total, $1,051; less, 6 pr. single 
action hinges, $25.50, and less 6 stops, $9 , 1.016 50 

Carried forward 5,463 19 



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Ottawa Buildings: Lavatories— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 5, 463 19 

Mott Company, Montreal, battery of two No. 6 Sanito urinals 77 00 

McKinley & North wood: closets with high oak tank, 10 gal. cap., complete except supply 
pipe, 6 at $27.25; c. i. enam. sinks, with roll rim top, 2 at $17, 1 at $14.50; urinals, 10 at 

$5; 6 pes. of l|-in. tube, $21; sundry, $33.95 316 95 

McLennan, J. R.: 12 Cowan seats with Sampson hinges, $60; sundry, $82.79 142 79 

Robertson, Thos., & Co., Montreal: closet bowls, 18 at $6.50; flush pipes, 18 at $1,87; ball 

cocks, 2 doz. at $10.90; No. 3 golden oak copper-lined tanks, 6 at $4.20; sundry, $29.33.. . . 226 99 

Savage & MacDonnell Co.: doors, 18 pr. at $5; cartage, 50c 90 50 

Sundry payments: brass castings, $64; 15 brl. cement, $27.75; freight, $5.66; sundry, $78.59. . 176 00 

Sundry ($1,420.41)- 

Vouchers outstanding: H. Foisy, $8.82; J. R. McLennan, $9.62 18 44 

Freight, 70c; labour, $24.50 25 20 

Wages, detailed under 'Ottawa Buildings, Repairs' (Page V — 105) 1, 376 77 



Total r 7, 913 83 

Less— Discounts (Page V— 120) 12 46 



Total, carried to page V— 5 7,901 37 

Ottawa: Parliament Grounds: Additional Water Service. 

Robertson, Thos., & Co., Montreal: galv. pipe, 1,329ft ft. of 2-in. for $200.76, 1,342^ ft. of lHn. 

for $125.37, 102^ ft. of 1-in. for $5.80; elbows, tees and nipples, $6.27 338 20 

Sundry payments: hair felt and mineral wool, $9.78; freight, $2.72 12 50 

Wages, detailed under 'Ottawa Buildings: Repairs' (Page V— 105) 681 97 

Labourers, 170| d. at $1 .90 323 95 

Total, carried to page V— 5. . . . , 1,356 62 



Ottawa: Driveway Pavement. 

Engineer, C. Hetherington, 29 d. at $2.25 

Foremen, 16 d. at $3.50, 80- 1 d. at $3 

Carpenters, 13 d. at $3, 13 at $2.50; raker, 12- 55 d. at $3 

Concrete-finisher, W. Kirkland, 16 d. at $4; mastic-finisher, L. Collette, 29-4 d. at $4 

Mastic layers at $2.25: A. Belland, 45-22 d., P. Laberto, 30-44 d 

Roller-man, J. Rodgers, 7 d. at $2.50, 11 -44 at $3.50 

Teams, 64-52 d. at $4.86; cart, 14 d. at $2.75 

Labourers, 85- 11 d. at $2, 1,043-35 d. at $1.90 

Besson & Carriere, Hull: rent of steam drill, July 16-Aug. 16, 1912, 32 d. at $3 

Brooks, H. W., river washed sand, 70 yd. at $1.05 

Campbell Bros. Steel & Iron Works: repairing mastic kettles, labour, 78 hr. at 60c, material, 

$11.82; repairing ash box, labour, 64 hr. at 60c, 874 lb. plate and angle iron, $30.59 

Fleming-Dupuis Supply Co. — 

Coal, 252-016 tons at $1.85; steam concrete-mixer, 31 d. at $10 

Fleming, Thos.: cement, 280,000 lb. at 48.8c per 100 lb.; residuum paving oil, 640 gal. at 

13k;. ; pea stone, 24. 3 tons at $2.50; detailed under Eastern Block: New Addition, (V— 29), . 

$250.95 

Frazer, W. F.: 1,800 1. ft. dressed spruce, 1 x 5, 1 x 6, etc 

McMahon, E. ($807)— 

Portland cement, 300 brl. at $1 .59 

Steam road roller, 22 d. at $7.50 

Steam concrete-mixer, 15 d. at $10 

Heating pipes, 15 d. at $1 

Sicily Asphaituxn Co.: rock asphalt mastic, 25 tons at $25.75; Mexican asphalt, 4§ tons at 

$40 

Stethem, W., sand, 200 yd. at $1.05 

Sundry payments: 7 sections iron grating, $40.60; hardware, $39.39; coal, $30.76; lumber, 

$18.25 

Detailed in 1911-12, (V— 55) 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs : Pay-lists (Page V — 105) 

13,175 70 
Less— Discounts, (V— 120) 1 18 

Total, carried to page V— 5 13, 174 52 



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296 32 


109 17 


181 75 


170 25 


57 56 


352 51 


2, 152 59 


96 00 


73 50 


127 61 


776 23 


1,764 50 


41 85 


477 00 


165 00 


150 00 


15 00 


823 75 


210 00 


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V— 70 AUDITOR GENERAL'S RETORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa: Parliament Buildings: Improvements. $ cts. 

Campbell Bros. Steel & Iron Works: 6 c. i. shad plates, 6 c. i. baffle plates, 6 props and 8 bearing 

bars, 4,479 lb. at 3c 134 37 

Canada Foundry Co., Toronto, duplex steam pump, size 5| in. x 3| in. x 6 in. stroke, brass- 
fitted throughout 88 00 

Chabot, A., 20 ft. of cupboard at $12; less $10 for ladder 230 00 

Cole & Co.: removable awnings, and canopy for Speaker's entrance, $699; repairs to awnings 

and canopy, $35.85; cloth cover over Speaker's entrance and awning over Senate door, 

Nov. 20-21, 1912, $12.75 747 60 

Dowsley, A. H.: sundry Gothic pieces and mouldings for House of Commons, $339.80; birch 

cupboard, $70 409 80 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: repairs in H. of C. restaurant lavatory, $170.45; elec. supplies, $14 184 45 

Floor Finishers: Simplex treating floors in Library (tender), $397.52; scraping and varnishing 

wood work (base) of Library, $35.10 432 62 

Frazer, W. F.: 1-in. pine, 2,000 ft. at $22, 2,000 ft. for $50; 500 ft. 1-in. basswood, $22.50 : 116 50 

Garriocb, Godard & Co.: 12-in. exhaust fan, $34; holophane shades, 24 at $1; reflectors, 4 at 

$3.25; Lynne lamps, 2 at $6: sundry, $15.56 98 56 

Halliday & Sproule, quartered cut oak doors, with frames and pivot hinges, fitted in place. . 120 00 

May-Oatway Fire Alarms ($4,195.15) — 

Installing automatic fire alarm system in House of Parliament 3, 500 00 

Extra protection — 

- Roof space over library, $130; rooms around Library, $160; labour, $74.40 364 40 

City fire alarm box No. 22, $150; cable to City Hall station, $180.75 330 75 

Mazer, Jacob: professional services in correcting the acoustical properties of the H. of C. 

Chamber, $1,500; travel, 5 trips Pittsburg to Ottawa and return, $362: 1,862 00 

Meyer, H. C, jr., consulting mechanical engineer, New York: professional services, $200; 

travel, $40.33 240 35 

Modern Electric & Mfg. Co.: repairing motor in H. of C: labour, 75 hr. at 60c; material, 

$20.53 65 53 

Murphy-Gamble, Limited: carpet, 21 yd. at $2.75, 17| at $1.85; border, 19 yd. at $2.50, 18| 

at $1.65; 20 yd. green repp, $30; 9£ yd. green cloth, $24.69; sheeting, 358f yd. at 23c; 

sundry, $16.23 321 60 

McCallum, W. R.: portables, 6 at $2.75; holophane shades, 26 at $1; sundry, $22.25 64 75 

McKinley & North wood: 6 groups 4 section 40 in. vento heater $100, No. 2 steam traps $75, 

two 12 in. electric disc pans $70, sundry supplies $164.93; labour, tinsmith, &c, 463 h. at 

70c, 104i at 40c; total $775.83; less $322.21 charged to 1913-14 453 62 

Newark Hair Felt Co., Newark, N.J.: 5,400 sq. ft. 1 in. hair felt, 72 in., $140.40; less, $14.40, 

freight 126 00 

Ottawa Carpet Cleaning Co.: cleaning: carpet, 2,350 yd. at 4c; 3 rugs, 175 yd. at 5c 102 75 

Sundry payments: hardware, glass, etc, $59.42, lumber $46.25, brick work around boilers 

$40.73, leather $36.95, elec. supplies $26.47, installing 196 ft. metallic strip $29.40, 6 brass 

plates $15, 6 doors $12, sundry $50.19 316 41 

Labour: 13 d. at $1 .90 24 70 

Detailed in 1911-12 (V— 58) 636 70 



10,970 96 

Less— Discounts (V— 120) 4 65 

Total, carried to page V— 5 10, 966 31 

Ottawa: New Examining Warehouse. 

Detailed with 'Wages: New Departmental Buildings' (Page V— 76) . 77, 484 60 

Altimas, T. P.: rent of locomotive, Nov. 27, 1912 to Mar. 17, 1913: 107 d. at $15 1,605 00 

Argue & McColl, steam coal: 148-85 net tons at $5.50 818 73 

Beatty, M. & Sons, repairs to 8 x 12 engine: sundry $47.50; one No. 4 swinger $250 297 50 

Capital Warehousing Co., oil: cylinder, 77 gal. at 60c; polarine, 41-4 gal. at 65c; sundry, 

$41.99 115 10 

General Supply Co.: two manilla rope blasting mats, 10 x 12 ft., 2720 lbs. at 10c; 8 ft. sq., 

| in. wire rope blasting mat, $149.70; sundry hardware $154.89 576 59 

Grant-Holden-Graham: 14 x 14 tarpaulin, 3-ply Thistle: 3 at $41.50 124 50 

Independent Coal Co., coal: steam, 320-28 net tons at $5.50; sundry$18.65 1,780 19 

Lloyd Plate Glass Insurance Co.: cost of replacing 51 x 11H in. glass broken at 62 George St. . 19 87 
Mussens, Montreal: one No. 2 Std. gyr., Austin crusher, with parts, $1,495; No. B-6 Hardy 

steam hammer drill, $140; sundry $47.50 1. 682 50 

McMahon, E., Ottawa: rent of boilers, steam drills, &c, ($710) — 

Boiler and steam drills, Dec 1 to 26, 1912: 26 d. at $10 260 00 

Steam drills, Dec 27, 1912 to Jan. 15, 1913: 20 d. at $6 120 00 

Steam drills, 3: Jan. 16 to Feb. 28: 44 d. at $7.50 330 00 

Savage & MacDonnell, Co.: 3 x 8 in. and up, d. 1 s. birch, 3,000 1. ft., 6,000 ft. b m. at $75, $450; 

12 x 12 in. x 40 ft. pine, 1,920 ft. at $72; sundry $27.36 615 60 

Freight and charges: C. P. R. $1,909.56, W. H. Thorne & Co., $6 1.915 56 

Carried forward 87,745 74 



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Ottawa: New Examining Warehouse— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Hardware, &c.: Cuzner Co., $187.05, Gray-Harvey Co. $357.07, Geo. Higman & Sons $132. 
E. J. Laverdure $245.27, W. A. Rankin $263.52, W. Strachan $391.86, sundry $308.23. . . 

Foundry work: Canada Foundry $150.75, T. Lawson & Sons $115.77, sundry $153.50 

Teaming: H. W. Brooks $10, Dominion Transport Co. $328.50 

Lumber: Barrett Bros. $25.50, Jas. Hill $194.75, G. M. Mason $52 

Travel and outlay $109.18, sundry items $9.75 

Printing and Stationery Dept 

Advertising 



$ cts. 


87,745 74 


1,885 OS 


420 02 


338 50 


272 25 


118 93 


242 86 


535 88 



91,559 26 
Less— discounts, 2 p. c. for cash (Page V— 120) 20 32 



Total, carried to page V— 5 91 , 538 94 



Ottawa: Fuel Testing: Enlargement of Concentrating Laboratory. 

Marshall, A. G.: contract for an addition to the fuel testing plant complete, $28,100; less, 

$1,000, paid in 1913-14 27, 100 00 

Advertising 209 99 

Total, carried to page V— 5 ' 27, 309 99 



Ottawa: Major's Hill Park: Electric Lighting. 

Wages, detailed under Ottawa Buildings, Repairs (Page V— 105) 1, 465 31 

Labourers, 123-1 d. at $1.75, 99| d. at $1.90, 404 40 

Gravelle, J. G. & Co.: electrical materials per tender: one 25 k. w. transformer; 29 5-lt. 

iron standards', with sockets, shade holders and globes; 300 tungsten lamps, 100 watt; one 

2 panel switch board; two wire cable, 670 ft. of No. 4, 450 ft. of No. 6, 2,900 of No. 8; 

contract price, $3,617; less, $417, paid in 1913-14 3, 200 00 

Sundry payments: transformer $27.50, lumber $11.50, water pipes $10.56, elec. supplies $10.18, 

sundry $9 . 10 68 84 

5,138 55 
Less— Discount (Page V— 120) 23 

Total, carried to page V— 5 5, 138 32 



Ottawa: Old Museum Building: Alterations. 

Foreman carpenters, Wm. Ash, 205 h. at 43f c, 274 at 42£c, 946 at 41§c, 236 at 4Uc 698 06 

Carpenters, h. at 35c: J. Allan 606, C. Barbeau 1,445, E. Bigras 409, W. Black 377, J. Carriere 
985, J. Cowan 1,367, R. Davis 453, O. Duford 760, W. Hollington 804, Lafortune, Elz. 
959, Em. 465, L. 579, L. Mathe 368, R. Monette 1,493, J. Morin 1,240, G. Morris 912, G. 
Reinack 1,586, C.A. Rivers 737, D. Robertson 1,512, F.W. Ross 300, A. Seguin 398, R. Slack 
1,390, J. C. Smith 332, J. Tremblay 314, J. J. Trumbell 667, sundry 1,793, in all 22,251 h. . . . 7,787 85 

Carpenters, h. at 30c: J. D. Adams 402, W. Weston 363, sundry 701, in all 1,466 h 439 80 

Carpenters, at two or more rates: J. S. Campbell, 218 h. at 30c, 206 at 35c, S. Graham, 332 h. 
at 30c, 286 at 35c ; R. Grant, 232 h. at 30c, 533 at 35c; R. W. Hamilton, 228 h. at 35c, 
764 at 40c; T. Little, 50 h. at 30c, 669 at 35c; N. Lamadelaine, 36 h. at 30c, 832 at 35c; 
O. Leduc, 227 h. at 30c, 615 at 35c; T. O'Neil, 50 h. at 30c, 649 at 35c; W. H. Paynter, 

160 h. at 30c, 50 at 35c; M. Plouffe, 195 h. at 35c, labourer, 182 h. at 28c 2, 240 11 

Electricians, h. at 27c: G. Brassard 1,188, F. Dier 1,996, V. Ladouceur 500, O. Seguin 514, 

N. St. Denis 421, sundry 546, in all 5,165 1,394 55 

Electricians: Jos. Jessup, at $65 per m., $115.32; J. F. Smith, at $70, $309.66 424 98 

Lathers: P. Blais, 180 h. at 42|c, 368 at 45c; F. Fortin, 9 h. at 42ic, 277 at 45c; M.Hen- 
nessey, 100 h. at 42^c, 37 at 45c; T. O'Rourke, 91 at 42|c, 267 at 45c; J. Leroux, 178 h. 

at 45c, plasterer, 150 h. at 30c; sundry, 54 h. at 42|c, 163 at 45c 809 95 

Foreman painters: W. M. Bowen, 1,132 h. at 40c; painter, 422 h. at 38|c 616 91 

Painters, h. at 30c: W. Barnhart 373, A. Dassault 419, L. Heller 6i5, A. Langlois 369, J. 

Racicot 805, E. Raizenne 573, L. Renaud 181 (short paid $1), sundry 1,977, in all 5,312 h. . 1,592 60 
Painter, A. E. Porter, 1,190 h. at 30c, 214 at 40c; foreman, cement mixer, M. Murphy, 259 h. 

at 33ic :■ 528 94 

Foreman plasterers, J. A. Campbell, 223 h. at 47c, 895 at 44§c, 227 at 44Jc, 18 at 45c, over- 
paid 77c 611 57 

Plasterers, h. at 42£c: Ed. Cayer 609, Ed. Cayer jr. 491, M. Dery 336, Wm. Gowrie 490, Jas. 
Kearns 327, F. Landry 377, A. McGetton 481, R. Tombs 442, Geo. Vallillee 282, D. Wat- 
son 248, sundry 903, in all 4,986 h 2, 119 12 

Carried forward 19, 264 44 



V— 72 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1012-1013 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa: Old Museum Building: Alterations— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 19, 264 44 

Plasterers, at two or more rates: Jos. Blakeney, 550 h. at 42£c, 268 at 45c; Jas. Lewis, 590 
h. at 42$c, 323 at 45c.; D. McVicar, 769 h. at 35c; D. Pilon, 164 h. at 30c, labourer 
537 h. at 28c; Jos. Sarazin, 753 h. at 42^c, 359 at 45c; sundry $2. 52 1,705 40 

Plumbers: L. Allaire, 227 h. at 39c, 427 at 40c; H. S. Haig, 326 h. at 39c, 1,006 at 40c; J. 
R. Lamontagne, 454 h. at 39c, 400 at 40c; W. Tighe, 299 h. at 39c, 383 at 40c; J. Jolicoeur, 
100 h. at 39c 1, 434 74 

Foreman steamfitters: Jas. Ogilvie, 1,552 h. at 50c 776 00 

Stcamfitters: J. Bannerman, 50 h. at 35c, 439 at 39c, 164 at 40c, A. Demers, 445 h. at 39c, 
1,097 at 40c; E. Demers, 295 h. at 40c; F. Duncan, 218 h. at 39c, 1,361 at 42§c; M. 
Flannagan, 436 h. at 39c; N. Hastey, 410 h. at 39c, 139 at 40c; P. A. Kerr, 409 at 40c; 
J. Kerrigan, 332 at 39c, 118 at 40c; Wm. Lachance, 227 h. at 39c, 574 at 40c; R. N. 
Murphy, 440 h. at 39c, 410 at 40c; A. Richards, 227 h. at 39c, 448 at 40c; C. Schwabe, 304 
h. at 39c, 428 at 40c; sundry, 466 h. at 39c, 304 h. at 40c 3,888 49 

Stonecutter, W. H. Bobier, 200 h. at 52c; bricklayers, sundry, 790 h. at 52c 514 80 

Masons, h. at 52c: W. Sander 749, W. Sauve 195 490 88 

Timekeeper, E. Cousineau, Dec. 28, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, 376 d. at $3; less paid in 1911-12, 

V— 56, $252 876 00 

Foreman labourers, H. Monette, 205 h. at 38c, 1132 at 36£c, 427 at 35c 636 14 

Labourers and helpers: h. at 35c, E. Palen 409, R. Preston 1,581, sundry 277; at 30c, Z. 
Carriere 445, J. Farrell 623, G. Lynch, 946, R. Park 873, T. Sheridan 386, sundry 974; 
at 28c, J. Bigras 861, W. Carleton 379, J. Carriere 1,429, H. Clark 543, O. Cloutier 1,424, 
R. Cloutier 1,008, H. Dolmore 680, I. Gascon 452, Jos. Gratton 1,412, G. Hornier 386, 
S. Horton 755, Ed. Larose 556, A. Laurin 936, C. McLean 396, J. Richard 621, G. St. Jean 
389, D. St. Jean 739, J. Toudreau 359, T. O. Villeneuve 1,383, sundry 5,615; at 25c, Z. 
Bigras 773, M. Defayette 885, S. Delpha 432, A. Fink 727, C. Lee 478, F. McKinnon 831, 
Geo. Page 495, Jas. Ray 761, P. Vaive 1,215, sundry 2,638; at 20c, A. Smith 742, sundry 

943-5 10,403 84 

Labourers and helpers at two or more rates: A. Bigras, 372 h. at 25c, 228 at 30c; T. Brown, 
122 h. at 27c, 687 at 28c; Ls. Bourre, 328 h. at 28c, 369 at 30c; R. S. Cassidy, 275 h. at 28c, 
100 at 30c; T. D. Collins, 50 h. at 20c, 453 at 28c; N. Cousineau, 100 h. at 27c, 729 at 28c; 
J. Defayette, 233 h. at 28c, 1, 264 at 30c; J. Delaney, 218 h. at 25c, 1, 363 at 28c; O. Demers 
946 h. at 25c, 268 at 28c; A. Gerinshen, 486 h. at 28c, 59 at 30c; J. C. Gervin, 322 h. at 
25c, 118 at 28c, 101 at 39c, 300 at 40c; A. Goyette, 173 h. at 25c, 332 at 28c; C. Kelley, 
373 h. at 25c, 214 at 28c; Jos. Lang, 182 h. at 27c, 1,013 at 28c; A. Ladouceur, 50 h. at 20c, 
818 at 25c; A. Leduc, 409 h. at 25c, 309 at 28c; X. Letand, 150 h. at 25c, 1,232 at 27c; 
Wm. Orton, 59 h. at 20c, 925 at 25c; Z. Plouffe, 550 h. at 25c, 459 at 28c; Z. Pauze, 958 h. 
at 28c, 232 at 30c; Jos. Rockburn, 218 h. at 25c, 645 at 28c; E. Roy, 218 h. at 20c, 982 
at 25c; F. Sheimon, 54 h. at 28c, 418 at 30c; W. Soucy, 473 h. at 25c, 313 at 28c; E. St. 
Jean, 122 h. at 25c, 379 at 28c, 202 at 30 c; J. G. Ternent, 109 h. at 28c, 802 at 30c 6,264 46 

Horse and cart: Mrs. J. Davis 1, 226 h. at 35c, team 71 d. at $5; sundry, 203 h. at 35c 854 10 

Seven sundry payments under $100 262 18 

Allan, W. E.: 59 radiators $739.44; 14 walls, 54 sq. ft at 27ic 369 at 25|c; elbows, tees, etc., 
$384.75; pipe, 882 ft. black $49.37, 1,457| ft. galv. $79.71; urinal plates, 1, 157 D, two 2-stall, 
$150, one 1-stall, $50; lavatories, 23 Berlin $253, 8 Tyrol $113.40; 13 Lombard closets, 
$201.50; difference in traps, 31 lavatory at $1.25, sundry, $48.37; less, $74.80, for marble 
for urinals not supplied 2, 141 39 

Band, J. P.: 3 No. 8 h.w. boilers $668.60; set of triple connections $217. 20; Doric heater $65.50; 
100 gall. galv. boiler $35; 2 round dial thermometers $13 . 50; 3 in. brass gate valves for hose 
connections, 6 at $14; gate valves, 2 in., 6 at $3.95, 1| in., 46 at $1-90, 1 in., 56 at $1-45; 
valves, 12 at $1.50, 25 at $1.35; pipe, etc., $229.18 1,557 03 

Baron, Jas. H.: murisco, 350 lbs. at 5^c, 350 lbs. white at 5c; oil, 38-11 galls, at $1-05; paint, 

wall-paper, etc., $54.60 131 35 

Barrett Bros.: 300 bags cement, including bags, $165; lime, 230 bush, at 27c; 2x4 spruce, 8,157 
ft. at $19; 1,000 ft basswood, $40; 2 bags fireclay, $3; sundry lumber, $49.60; less, bags 
returned, $22-10 452 58 

Bertschinger, A. H.: electrical material supplied as per contract $5,063.44, sundry $394.90.. . . 5,458 34 

Blakeney, H. G., & Co.: 88 door frames, jambs and doors, 13 w.c doors in ash for oil and 
varnish, 4 baize doors, 64 pes. sash and frames with stops not glazed, 2 doors, 2 English 
box frames 722 00 

Brooks, H. W., 25 loads gravel 68 75 

Can. Buffalo Forge Co.: eh. 26262 on account of fans 2, 500 00 

Central Paving Co.: cement, 1,016 bags at 44c; bags, 1,016 at 10c; 2 in. stone, 16-81 tons at 

$1 .40; 80 yds. river washed sand, $86; less, sacks returned, 900 at 10c 568 18 

Collector of Customs: duty on automatic water still $60.90, sundry $29.75 90 65 

Carried forward 61 , 061 74 



1'LBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 73 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ottawa: Old Museum Building— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 61,061 74 

Cowan & Brown: removing old galv. iron roof $195, new galv. iron roof $814, installing vent 

pipe, funnels, etc. $97, repairs to roof $42.32 1, 148 32 

Currie & Livock: sundry supplies 220 75 

Davidson, Jas.: 3,000 ft. 2 x 4 R $63, 1,000 ft. 1 x 12 x 12 dr. pine $50, sundry $20.34 133 34 

Desrivieres, J. A.: 1,000 ft of 1 x 12 x 12 pine d. 2 s., $55; 500 ft. v joint. $30; l\ in. basswood, 
425 ft. at $50, 350 ft. prepared out of 466 ft. of 2 in. at 7c.; birch, 400 ft. at 9c, 160 at 8c, 

325 ft of 1 in., 3 in. wide prepared on shaper, $26; sundry, $41.87 255 54 

Dominion Bridge Co.: contract for structural steel, including steel columns 1,379 00 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Co.: 150 ft. unlined linen fire hose $41.25, 3 nickel plated nozzles $19.50. 60 75 

Eimer & Amend, New York: Barnstead automatic water still, gas heated, No. 2, 10 gal. 

capacity, $202.50; freight, $1.84 _ 204 34 

Fleck, Alex.: rectangular tank made of \ in. steel plate $260, two 18 in. c i. coal shutes $75, 

iron stairway and expansion tank $79, sundry $29.35 443 35 

General Supply Co. of Canada: brass angle gate valves, nickel plated with brass wheel, 1 in., 
100 at $3.27, \\ in., 6 at $3.96, H in., 2 at $4.74; 5 in. iron body gate valves,"6 at $8.25; fire 

pots, 2 at $7.80; sundry, $109.54 534 88 

Howe, William: paint, oil, glass, &c 220 01 

Howe, Wm. S.: 20 galls, turp., 2,000 lbs. lead, 1,000 lbs. spruce ochre, 1 bbl. paint oil, 500 lbs. 
putty, 900 ft. d. d. glass $275 (tender); 500 lbs. pure lead $37.50, 15 galls, floor shellac $35, 

25 lbs. pure gold bronze $37.50, sundry $85.34 470 34 

Hull Wall Plaster Co.: wall plaster, 160 tons at $8; less, $369.60 for empties returned 910 40 

Jones & Stevens: marble and tile work in building as per tender 300 00 

Laverdure, E. J.: 244 bars of 1 in. iron, 3,051 lbs. at 3c; plaster bead, 3,400 ft. at 2-4c; 
sundry pipe, $56.76; vent in front of building, $54.25; 440 ft. double steel studding, $26-40; 

gate valves, 2 at $7.75, 2 at $5.60; sundry, $277.49 614 73 

Library Bureau: typewriter desk, $37.60; wardrobe units, 2 at $12, ends for same, 2 at $5; 

2 tilter chairs, $18.70, $8.25; oak chairs, 2 at $4.95; card unit, $11; base and top, $8. . 127 45 

Mason, Geo. M.: |-in. clear beech flooring, 25,000 ft. at $40; 1-in. t and g. dr. 1 s. stock, 5,000 
ft. at $20; boards, 2,000 ft. at $15.50; 6-in. arch to detail, 6,600 1. ft. at 4 -5c; base, 4,700 

lft. at7-5c; base block, 500 1. ft. at 6c; sundry, $264.63 2,075 13 

Mulhall Hardware Co.: paper, 190 rolls at 33c; range, $25.75; sundry, $7.90 96 35 

McKinley & Northwood: on account of iron work for building, ch. 29,114, $1,200: sundry 

supplies, $375.49 1,575 49 

McLennan, J. L.: sundry supplies: elbows, tees, etc 251 42 

Ottawa Brick Mfg. Co.: brick: 15M. soft at $8, 2-5M. hard at $11 147 50 

Perkins, C. L.: erecting shafting in instrument shop $30, sundry $18.55 48 55 

Rankin, W. A.: 37 office door sets $222, 20 office door sets master-keyed $120, 17 communi- 
cating door sets $46.75, 2 cyl door sets $15, front door set $16, 300 lb. sash cord $81, 10 

concrete barrows $45, 11 kegs nails $31 .07, sundry $131 .44 " 708 26 

Reliance Engineering Co.: on account of vacuum plant 2, 200 00 

Rideau Canal Supply Co., sand, 22 loads at $2.10; 2 loads gravel, $6 52 20 

Savage & MacDonnell: 75 pes. , spruce plank, 2 x 10, 14 ft. - 16 ft. , 1875 ft. at $25; spruce, 2 x 14 x 16, 

1334 ft. at $20; sundry, $28.54 , 102 10 

Slack, A. : contract for stairs 490 00 

Steel and Radiation, Toronto: Diamond mesh lath, 2, 100 sq. yd. at 12^-c ' 262 50 

Stewart, P.: 500 lb. lead $35, 10 galls, sizing varnish $20, 11 light prism $26.40, 17 lights Star 

glass $11 .64, sundry $36.03 '. 129 07 

Storr, J.: paint, oil, varnish, etc _. 161 62 

Strachan, Wm.: pipe, 115 ft. of 5-in. at 50c, 60 ft. 3|-in. at 38c, 1,430 ft. for $102.28; sundry, 

$73.32 255 90 

Wright & Co.: coarse cut stone, 30-475 t. at $1.40; Keene's cement, 5 brl. at $8.50; 30 brl. 
Plaster Paris, $67.50; 9-in. Scotch pipe, 102 ft. at 35c; cement, 12§ brl. at $2.20; sundry, 

$20.90; less, cement bags returned, 140 at 10c 222 77 

Sundry payments: hardware $77.01, lumber $75.41, 3 sinks $42.75, 15 brl. Plaster Paris $33.75, 
25 yd. green baize $22.50, 24 pr. stand pipe clamps $22.20, cartage $20, lime $19.27, 2 t. 

coke $12, sundry $52.04 376 93 

King's Printer 9 37 

79,950 10 
Less— Discounts 20 87 



Total, carried to page V— 5 : 79,929 23 



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375 00 
300 00 


1,152 66 


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V— 74 AUDITOR GENERAL'S RETORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa: New Departmental Buildings: Wages. $ cts. 

Superintendent, R. S. Low: services, May 16- Dec. 3, 1912, less 4 d. at $150; advance, $100. . 

Superintendent, J. W. Featherstone, 3 m. to Mar. 18, 1913, at $150 

Assistant superintendent, Alex. Graham, 3 m. to Mar. 20, 1913, at $125 

Clerk of works, M. A. Menard, 3 m. to Mar. 20, 1913, at $100 

Engineering staff, d. at $3: Geo. Goodwin, jr., July-Aug., Nov.-Mar., 171; W. G. Mason, 
June-July, 53; B. Steers, Nov.-Mar., 160.22 : 

Clerks: A. Featherstone, 116-55 d. at $2; G. E. Huson, 91 d. at $2.25, 88-77 at $2.50; VV. 
Robinson, 197-44 d. at $2.25 

Timekeeper, R. F. Palmer: June-Mar., 27 d. at $3, 242 at $3.50 

Timekeeper, J. C. Kiely: Aug.-Mar. 7, 189-11 d. at $3. 50 

Foremen: M. Labelle (steam shovel), 47-22 d. at $5; G. C. Palmer, 201-44 d. at $4.50. . . . 

Foremen: A. Corrisse, 11 d. at $2.25, 19-11 at $3; D. S. Campbell, 40 d. at $2.50, 105-77 at 
S3; S. Johnston, 52-33 at $2.50: T. P. Keane, 54 d. at $3.50; M. Killoran, 13-44 at $2.75, 
80-88 at $3, 132-88 at $3.50, overtime 7-33 d. at $3.50; C. Loux, 21 d. at $3, 205-55 at 
$3.50; F. McMullen, 12 at $2.25; R. Reynolds, 36-11 d. at $2.50, 26-44 at $2.75, 227-88 
at $3; H. Segalovitz, 57-33 at $2.50, 65 at $2.75; G. Turner, 9 d. at $2.50, 54-44 at $2.75, 
223-77 at $3; H. Wilson, 46-77 at $2.50 4,528 21 

Foremen, d. at $3: R. S. Crain 68-44, A. Drapeau 207, H. Hall 108-22, J. G. Hackland 244-88, 

S. Rauzell 16-11, J. Rochon35-55 2,040 63 

Mastic finisher, Ls. Collett, 17-22 d. at $4.75 81 60 

Cement finishers, June-Aug., d. at $4: J. Chaffee 65-66, W. Kirkland 115-11 723 16 

Cement finishers, Nov.-Feb., d. at $2.50: J. Chaffee 73-11, W. Kirkland 73-11 365 58 

Carpenters, d. at $3: J. Benoit 25- 11, J. T. Brady 134 477 31 

Carpenters, d. at $2.50: F. Archibald 21, H. Bowser 141-55, J. D. Gabriel 150, S. Graham 
65-22, W. Hollington 95-55, D. Lacroix 217, T. J. Lapointe 40, T. Little 18, H. Mulligan 
71.66, S. Nichol 139-55, W. Palen 52-33, H. Roche 175-55, A. Seguin 25, G. Seguin 74-33, 
J. Seguin 60-77, G. Shore 131-44, H. Wilmott 119-11 3,995 51 

Steamfitters, d. at $3.50: J. Bannerman 93-66, C. Duncan 99-55, R. Murphy 182-88, C. Mc- 
Lean 49-88, T. Shore 77-66 1,762 90 

Steamfitter, W. Sales, 282-66 d. at $3; plumber, Wm. McLean, 45-88 d. at $2.52 963 64 

Plumbers, d. at $3.50: J. C. Gervin 31-11, J. Kerrigan 30-55, J. B. Lamontagne 51-88, A. E. 

Richardson 42-88 547 59 

Blacksmiths: J. Cadieux, 54 d. at $2; M. K. McLeod, 93-11 d. at $2.50; J. M. Paul, 13 d. at 

$2; T. H. Smith, 8 d. at $2.25, 82-66 at $2. 50 591 47 

Locomotive engineer, A. J. Barre, 86-55 d. at $4 346 22 

Engineers, hoistmen, etc.: A. Barre, 106-22 d. at $3.50; T. Charette, 129-66 at $3.50, 28-33 
at $3.75; J. Degray, 29 at $2.50; W. Fletcher, 22-55 d. at $3; R. Gadde, 119 d. at $2.50; 
A. Holtby, 19-44 d. at $3.50, 39-88 at $4; J. Johnston, 81-11 d. at $2.25, 145-77 at $2.50; 
F. Lafortune, 57-77 d. at $3.50; C. Lewis, 94-22 d. at $3.50; J. Marion, 167-44 d. at $3; 
F.Milan, 120-55 d. at $2.25; H. Miller, 32-11 d. at $2.25, 18 at $3; F. Miner, 2 d. at $3.50; 
J. McCorkell, 48-77 d. at $2.50; E. Poirier, 11-77 d. at $2.50; J. Rodgers, 18 d. at $2.50, 
7 at $3.50; T. Shore, 14-33 d. at $2.75, 13-44 at $3; H. F. Stearns, 183-11 d. at $2.25; 
A. Toll, 30-44 d. at $3.50, 124-44 at $4 4,899 74 

Firemen: T. Carr, 80-77 d. at $2; H. Claydon, 59 d. at $2.25; J. Curran, 41-44 d. at $2.25; 
J. Degray, 27-22 d. at $2.25, 27-88 at $2.50; W. Hambrook, 9-55 d. at $2; A. Herbst, 7 d. 
at $2.25; H. Kirk, 83-33 d. at $3; J. Lewis, 3 d. at $2.25, 13-77 at $3; E. Lynch, 28-11 d. 
at $2.25; J. Morin, 37-44 d. at $2.25; M. Turner, 98-88 d. at $2.25 1,22144 

Shovelman, H. Overton: 34-22 d. at $3.50, 27 at $4 227 78 

Helpers: A. Fink, 55-88 d. at $2.50; H. Kirk, 2-88 d. at r $3; T. Shore, 11 d. at $2.50, 18-55 

at $2.75 226 89 

Helpers, d. at $2.25; A. Belland, 35-88, J. Chenier, 35-55, J. Curran, 37-77, J. Flaven, 35-22, 

A. Graham 45-44, B. Holloway 29-55, A. Lush 29-33, A. McLean 7-66, T. Shore 3. . . . 583 74 

Helpers, d. at $2: A. Belland 52-33, W. Blair 63-22, R. Cape 28-55, S. Carroll 35, A. Chenier 
75-77, J. Chenier 24, N. Dohink 62-55, J. Earl 68, J. Foley 16, J. C. Gervan 4, J. Laddie 
121-11, A Leduc 53, J. Martin 21-22, W. P. Moran 102-88, J. Morin 231-55, J. McCorkell 
48-11, H. McKerns 47-11, W. McLean 26, S. Nichol 52-55, L. Noel 59-11, F. Oliver 38-44, 
W. Orton 2, O. Orville 43-11, T. Pariseau 10-55, 0.' r Sabourin 28, P. Warner 32-11, A. 
Wilson 27 • 2,746 64 

Store keepers, d. at $2: J. Daly 258-22, W. Doran 123-77, E. Forrest 50-22, J. E. Forrest 

289-55 1 , 443 56 

Carriages, etc., d. at $3: N. Cardinal 22-22, W. Davis 123-66, E. J. Jones 65, Geo. Lumsden 

143-33, G. Spittal 3 1,071 65 

Carriages, etc.: G. Spittal, 38 d. at $2; sundry, 20 d. at $2.25 121 00 

Carts, d. at $2 75: P. Burns 73, A. Corrisse 79-66, Mrs. J. Davis 38-44, P. Garron 28, H.Groulx 
117-11, C. Kelly 216-88, E. Leclair 121-11, J. Lewis 40-33, F. X. Liberty 1-33, Mrs. P. 
O'Meara 116-55, O. Schwabe 163-55, A. St. Amand 24, Alb. St. Amour 116-11, Alf. St. 
Amour 102-11, Ls. St. Aubin 86-44, F. Tremblay 69-11, sundry 40-77 3,944 77 

Teams, d. at $4.86: W. Armstrong 28-55, M. S. Brady 47-44, D. Brunet 114-55, J. Brunet 
19-88, P. Burns 57-55, J. Cameron 26-44, J. A. Cameron 16, J. Carnochan 43-55, T. Cleary 
36-66, Mrs. J. Davis 60-33, J. Desjardins 65-44, N. J. Doyle 15, M. Eccles 270-44, E. 
Faubert 61-44, J. Fitzgerald 33-88, Thos. Fleming 53-11, Fleming-Dupuis Co. 53-11, 
R. Golding 35-22, W. Graham 64, P. Grand Maitre 44-11, H. Groulx 140-77, A. Hunter 
110, M. Kearns 65, J. Lajeunesse 18, M.Leonard 48, F.X.Liberty 250- 11, W, Maloney49 11, 

Carried forward 40,095 28 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 75 

TSSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa: New Departmental Buildings: Wages— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 40, 095 28 

Teams — Concluded. 

W. Moran 113-22, A. Mowat 62-11, T. McDonald 84, D. McDonell 143-88, W. A. McLaugh- 
lin 103-44, J. J. O'Toole 27, J. Perry 65-44, A. Pettapiece 45-55, Alvy Pettapiece 102-55, 
W. Pettapiece 8, J. Plunkett 88-55, H. Rafter 72, F. Robert 207-22, J. B. Roy 88, S. Smith 
24, W. Smith 249-88, W. Stethem 44-88, Mrs. Stewart 230-33, A. Thompson 45-44, O. 
Valiquette 30, W. Wiles 134-33, G. Young 46-44, sundry 51-44 18,931 36 

Labourers, Apr.-Jan., d. at $1.90: N. Adonaski 61-55, A. Alexander 214-88, A. Archam- 
bault 125-88, H. Barclav 206-88, F. Bellefeuille' 101 -33, J. Bellefeuille 70-55, P. Belle- 
feuille 137-44, E. Bergeron 122-33, O. Bigras 111-11, T. C. Binks 122-22, G. Boivin 107-11, 
J. Boivin 203-88, M. Bordeleau 121-77, J. Bourque 182-55, T. Bowes 206-11, A. Bowman 
158-55, J. T. Brown 158, J. Brunet 60-66, M. Brunet 121-44, E. Bureau 108-44, D. Byrland 
225-88, L. Byrland 230-33, H. Charette 58-55, A. Charron 103-55, A. Chevrier 58, J. B. 
Chevrier 189-11, X. Chevrier 84-22, G. Chinn 166-22, T. D. Collins 95, G. D. Common 
94-88, D. Connell 125-77, W. Cook 206, M. Corbett 148-66, H. Courisse 148-44, T. Cousineau 
142, J. Curran 80-44, J. Daly 13-55, W. Daly 124-33, Ls. Decarie 236-22, W. Desjardins 
181, G. Digance 121-11, H. Dumoulin 148-66, M. Dumoulin 149-55, N. Dupuis 93-88, 
J. Ellis 80, A. Enright 107, F. Faubert 77-33, E. Forrest 200-22, J. Faucault 107-33, P. Free 
107-66, H. Gagnon 137-66, J. Gernos 101-22, Alf. Gravelle 129-22, Art. Gravelle 58-66, 
A. Gravelle Jr., 59-55, A. Grichen 120-88, C. Grichen 115-22, E. Gudge 70-44, J. Gudge 
208-44, G. Guertin 63-88, W. Hambrook 69, C. Hook 122-55, T. Horrigan 107-11, J. Kearns 
215-33, M. Lafrance 188-55, B. Lambert 171, A. Larocque 92-66, J. Lauders 180-44, A. 
Leblanc 153-33, J. Lefebvre 102-11, Ls. Lefebvre 111-55, J. Lemieux 153-33, N. Limoges 
114-44, F. Lowther 98-55, J. Manaduke 110-33, A. Mannery 121-11, E. Marquis 212-66, 
J. Martin 118-44, J. Morin 113-22, W. Moxley 130-66, W. McAdam 102-44, G. McDonald 
92-22, G. Nichaforoche 205-66, J. O'Dea 122-88, T. O'Hara 99-66, P. O'Keefe 90, F. 
Oliver 53-55, H. Paquet 101-22, J. Parloche, 121-55, A. Patinaude 186-88, P. Perrier 
144-55, R. Pettapiece 60-44, F. Plante 156-11, P. Quinn 77-55, J. Read 140-55, A. Rivington 
203-55, A.Roy 110-44, G.Schofield 96-77, W. Scott 144-88, A. Seguin 72-77, J. Sheldon 108-77, 
P. Snider 213-33, P. St. Armand 183-33, E. Taillefer 228-99, G. Taylor 81, J. Tessier 
221, S. Tornick 105-22, J. Toudreau 144-77, W. Twoy 126, W. Utman 141-33, I. Varchon 
206-33, L. Whitty 57-11, P. Whitty 129-88, J. Wilson 171-88; in all 14,861-77 d 28,242 60 

Labourers, Feb.-Mar., d. at $2. 10: N. Adonaski 49-33, A. Alexander 45-66, H. Barclay 40-55, 

F. Bellefeuille 40 -66, J. Bellefeuille 37-55, O. Bigras 41-11, T. C. Binks 59, J. Boivin 41-44, 
M. Bordeleau 34-55, J. Bourque 40-55, T. Bowes 30-99, T. Brown 49-66, J. Brunet 28-88, 
M. Brunet 45-22, E. Bureau 38-44, D. Byrland 24, L. Byrland 24, H. Charette 54-33, 
A. Charron 26, J. B. Chervier 47-44, T. D. Collins 36, G. Common 50-77, D. Connell 
20-55, W. Daley 39-33, L. Decarie 46-33, H. Dumoulin -44, N. Dupuis 25-88, J. Ellis 60, 
E. Forrest 43-33, J. Foucault 26-22, P. Free 12-44, J. Gernos 13, A. Gravelle 48-66, A. 
Gravelle Jr., 38-55, Art. Gravelle 42-88, A. Grichen 39-44, E. Gudge 40-88, J. Gudge 
47-33, G. Guertin 47-55, W. Hambrook 30, J. Kearns 13, B. Lambert 30-77, J. Lauders 
24-44, A. Larocque 37-11, J. Lefebvre 44-66, Ls. Lefebvre 46-44, N. Limoges 41-88, F. 
Lowther 19-55, A. Mannery 3, E. Marquis 47-55, W. McAdam 31-55, G. McDonald 33-11, 

G. Nichaforoche 24-55, T. O'Hara 39-44, P. O'Keefe 51, F. Oliver 46, A. Patinaude 41-33, 
P. Perrier 31-22, R. Pettapiece 47-55, F. Plante 41-33, P. Quinn 41-11, J. Read 48-44, 
A. Rivington 42-33, A. Roy 47-44, G. Schofield 29, W. Scott 30-88, P. Snider 45-66, P. 
St. Amand 9-11, E. Taillefer 9-44, G. Taylor 59, J. Tessier 46-44, S. Tornick 24, L. Whitty 

51, P. Whitty 11-33, J. Wilson 47-44 5,769 21 

Watchman, V. Levesque, Apr.-Jan., 306 d. at $1 .75 535 59 

Watermen: R. Chauvin, 34 d. at 75c; F. Matal, 15 d. at 75c; H. Mulligan, 47-88 at $1.95; 
P. McKay, 100-55 at $1.75, 47-88 at $1.95; L. Patenaude, 13 d. at 50c, 80-44 at 75c, 141-33 

at $1,46-33 at $1.25; W. Schultz, 16 at 75c, 14 at $1 691 50 

Labourers, at $1.75: S. Beamish 179-55, A. Heron 84-11, sundry 33-77 520 45 

Sundry payments — 

Time keeper, 11-66 d. at $2.50; brakesmen, 124 d. at $2.25; plasterer, 6 d. at $3 326 18 

Machinist, 11-11 d. at $2.50; labourers, 10,245-33 d. at $2.10, 13,197-22 at $1.90 46,615 76 

Sundry 6 75 

Unpaid wages: Eug. Bergeron $22 . 80, D. Connell $1.90, J. Sinclair $21.11 45 81 

Rental of Machinery, paid on pay rolls ($6,887.50). 

Fleming, Matthew: rent of boiler, engine and portable sawmill, May-June, Oct. -Nov., 36 d. 
at $7.50, 60 at $10; rent of concrete mixer, Oct.-Nov., 43 d. at $10; rent of crusher, boiler, 
engine and screens, June-Nov., 167 d. at $17.50 4,222 50 

Fleming, T.: rent of boiler, engine and portable saw mill, 27 d. in Sept 270 00 

Fleming-Dupuis Co.: rent of boiler and steam drills, 27 d. in Sept. at $7.50; concrete mixer, 

15 d. in Sept. at $10 352 50 

McMahon, E.: rent of concrete mixer, Aug. -Sept., 46 d. at $10; steam drills and boiler, Oct.- 
Nov., 15 d. at $7.50, 45 d. at $10 1,022 50 

White, J. H.: rent of machinery and well-drill, Sept.-Nov., 68 d. at $15 1,020 00 

Total 148 , 667 90 



V— 76 AUDITOR (U:\ERAL\S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa: New Departmental Buildings: Wages— Concluded. $ cts. 

Charged to the following votes — 

New Departmental Buildings (Page V— 34) 71, 183 30 

New Examining Warehouse .- (Page V— 70) 77, 484 60 



Total, as on page V— 75 148, 667 90 



Ottawa: Printing Bureau: Raise Chimney, etc. 

Wages, detailed under 'Ottawa Buildings, Repairs' (Page V — 105) 556 80 

Campbell Bros. Steel & Iron Works ($918.25)— 

Removing 2 old boilers (tender) 

New smokestack, 36-in. dia. made of /g-in. plate (tender) 

C. i. chimney top, 1,260 lb. at 3c; 2 c. i. columns, 570 lb. at 3c; steel plates, etc., 1,381 
lb. at 5c, 960 at 3§c 

Sundry material. $3 .90; labour, 178 h. at 60c 

Central Paving Co.: brick, 7-2 m. at $30; cartage, $18 

McKinley & North wood: making connections to steam boilers $150, 3 Jenkins valves $30, 

sundry fittings $69 .86 

Ottawa Brick Mfg. Co.: 5 M. hard brick 

Robertson, Thos. & Co.: four 2-in. and two l|-in. Jenkins globe valves, $25.30; sundry pipe 

etc. . $29 . 66 

Schwab Boiler Heating Co.: on account of installing heating system, R 35,891 

Stewart , Wm . : on account of chimney Ch. R 44303 

Sundry payments: 60 bush lime $12.60, 6 bags mineral wool, $12, sundry, $32.31 



Less — Discounts (page V — 120). 
Total, carried to page V— 5 



Palmerston Public Building. 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $2.88; C. H. Hunter, Ottawa, $32.30. 
Advertising 

Total, carried to page V— 5 , 



125 00 
525 00 


157 55 
110 70 
234 00 


249 86 
55 00 


54 96 
2,200 00 
1,680 00 

56 91 


6,005 78 
34 


6,005 44 


35 18 
129 85 


165 03 



Paris Public Building. 

Advertising, $102.20; King's Printer, $58.45 160 65 

Pembroke Public Building. 

Beatty, W.: estimate 2 to Mar. 29 on $16,750 contract, $2,876.19; less $286.19, drawback 2,590 00 

Superintendence, W. J. Moore: 2 p.c commission on estimate 2 51 77 

Advertising, $116.35; King's Printer, $45.87 162 22 

Total, carried to page V— 5 2,803 99 

Perth Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: J .A. Stewart 7, 750 00 

Legal services, C. J. Foy , Perth 42 45 

Total, carried to page V— 5 7, 792 45 

Peterborough Post Office: Addition. 

Adamson & Dobbin: 2 Ox. boilers, $390; pipe, $44; 18 gate valves, $59.30; cartage, $12; 

labour, $111; sundry, $80.80 697 10 

Blackwell, W., architect; 5 p.c. commission on accounts, building, $8,200, heating, $1,250, 

wiring $900, sundry, $255.16; measurements and extra work, $50; $580.26 less $205 paid 

in 1911-12, V-58 , 375 26 

Duranceau, C. A. J.: detailed in 1911-12, V— 58 209 67 

Johnston W G.: brick wall, &c, $65; concrete work under roof at back, $90.50; frame 

work for bell stand, $25; sundi-y, $20.60 171 10 

Macpherson, F. R. J.: estimate 1 on wiring contract, $900; rent of heaters and stoves, $22.60; 

sundry, $32.56 • 955^16 

Carried forward 2,408 29 



PUBLIC W0RE8 DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 77 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Peterborough Post Office: Addition —Concluded. 

Brought forward 2, 408 29 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack, 60 bag, and freight 179 80 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $6.42; J. H. Ralph, Ottawa, $23.05 29 47 

Advertising, $51.75; King's Printer, $15.12 66 87 

Advance, D. A. Hewitt, R. 40,062 25 00 

Total, carried to page V— 5 2, 709 43 

Port Arthur Armoury. 

Purchase price of site: D. D. McGillivray 3, 400 00 

Halton & Cauchon: preparing preliminary plans, 1 p.c. on $40,000 400 00 

Advertising, $1,013.08; King's Printer, $148.46 1, 161 54 



Total, carried to page V — 5 4, 961 54 

Port Arthur Customs and Examining Warehouse. 

Purchase price of site: Estate A. Guerard, $45,630; J. P. Healey, $8,500; F. S. Wiley, $5,000 59, 130 00 

Legal services, Langworthy & McComber, Port Arthur, Ont 296 87 

Total, carried to page V— 5 .' 59,426 87 

Port Hope Public Building: Improvement. 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: p.o. boxes, 672 at $1.80, 56 at $2.25, 38 at $2.75, 9 at $5.50; freight, 

$8.48 1,498 08 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills, $95; 6 eng. plates, $21; 4 receivers, $47.25; 2 standards, $60; 

sundry, $8.95 232 20 

Schell, J. T. Co.: installing interior fittings 4, 939 00 

Small payments: door check $6; installing light $10; plumbing $44.23; 2 weeks light $6. . 66 23 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto 32 86 

Advertising $55.48; King's Printer $31 .68 87 16 

Total, carried to page V — 5 6, 855 53 

Port Perry Public Building. 

Trick, W. J.: estimate 10 to Mar. 31, 1913 on $22,475 contract $15,617.20; less, $1,567.20 

drawback, and $1,270 paid in 1911-12, V— 58 12, 780 00 

Clerk of works, W. L. Parrish: services, 1 y. $960; outlay $1 . 25 961 25 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto 3 15 

Advertising $29.40; King's Printer $16.35 45 75 

Total, carried to page V— 5 ' 13, 790 15 

Preston Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: John Stockfish 6,000 00 

Travel, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 12 00 

Legal services, C. R. Hanning, Preston, Ont 33 47 

Total, carried to page V— 5 6, 045 47 

Renfrew Public Building. 

Moore, W. A.: 4,667 ft. cement driveway, $1,026.74; 1,340 ft. sidewalk $294.80; 381 ft. fence 

$114.30; 4 grates for walk $23; sundry, $12 1,470 84 

Smith, Jos. R.; 103 ft. iron fencing, $180.25; gate, $20; 3 iron posts, $12 212 25 

Total, carried to page V— 5 1, 683 09 

Sarnia Public Building: Improvements. 

Barrie, W.J.: Gurnev h. w. boiler $475; 10 gate valves $61.25; 75 ft. pipe covering $15; labour 

$453; sundry $158.76 1, 163 01 

Travel and outlay, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 8 35 

King's Printer 7 44 

Total, carried to page V— 5 1, 178 80 



v— 78 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Sarnia Public Building: Government Share of Local Improvement Taxes for $ cts. 
Pavement on Front St. 

Sarnia Town: payment due Dec. 31, 1910, $42.23; 19 commuted payments $510-36 552 59 

Sault Ste. Marie Public Building. 

Can. Revolving Door Co.: door $650; freight $15.22 , 665 22 

Grand, E. T.: tinting ceilin?, painting walla, finishing floors, &c, as per tender 1,550 00 

Jannison, D. & Son: tower $3,950; vestibule $209; extra work $246.47; less $100 retained 

for completion of roof 4, 305 47 

Meredith, C. P.: plans, etc. and superintendence, 6 p. c. on $4, 955; for painting 3 p. c. on $1,550; 

reporting on heating and ventilation $15 . 358 80 

Penfold, Jas., cartage $4 . 50, freight $1 .81 6 31 

Smith, J. & Sons: turret clock 854 10 

Customs duty on clock: Blaiklock Bros., Brokers: duty $180.60; entry $3; exchange $1 184 60 

King's Printer 33 53 

Total, carried to page V — 5 7, 958 03 

Seaforth Public Building. 

McKenzie, T.: estimate 10 to Mar. 31, 1913 on $27,500 contract, $23,992.32; less $2,392.32 

drawback, and $9, 030 paid in 1911-12, V— 59 12, 570 00 

Inspector, R. Wright: services, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913 960 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: D bag rack $100, 468 p. o. boxes, $909; 2 grills $16; freight $7.37 1,032 37 
Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills $84; 5 eng. plates $11.25; 2 receivers $35; sundry $7.43; 

overpaid $20 157 68 

Travel, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 11 73 

Supplied out of stock: one D bag rack 100 00 

Advertising $23.40; King's Printer $17.21 40 61 

Total, carried to page V— 5 14,872 39 

Shelburnc Public Building. 

Pui chase price of site: Adeline Gammon 1, 200 00 

Travel, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 12 00 

Legal services: G. M. Vance, Shelburne 44 00 

Total, carried to page V— 5 1, 256 00 

Steelton Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: W. W. Hyland, on account 5, 000 00 

Travel and outlay, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 42 00 

Legal services, Uriah McFadden, Sault Ste. Marie 45 85 

Total, carried to page V— 5 5, 087 85 

Stratford Public Building: Government Share of Cost of New Pavements, 

Sidewalks, &c. 

Stratford Citv: concrete base and westrumite surface roadway, 840 yd. at $1.87; curb and 
gutter, 650 ft. at 40c; earth filling $340; grading, &c. $89.27; $2,260.07, of which one-half 

is government share 1, 130 04 

St. Catharines Public Building: Improvements. 

Barrett Electric Co.: electiic wiring and fittings 1, 198 00 

Gourlay, S. P.: 2 No. 8 h. w. boilers, furnished and installed $1,254; furnishing and installing 

natural gas mains and burners $70 1, 324 00 

Advertising $15.05; King's Printer $17.43 32 48 

Total, carried to page V— 5 2, 554 48 

Sudbury Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Can. Pac. Ry. Co 20, 000 00 

Travel, R. C. Wright, asst. chief architect 26 45 

Legal services, R. R. McKessock, Sudbury 33 20 

Total, carried to page V— 5 20, 059 65 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 79 

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Tilbury Public Building. $ cts. 

4ggott, J & Sons: estimate 8 to Mar. 31, 1913 on $20,000 contract $14, 601.45; less $1,461.45 

drawback 13, 140 00 

ispector, Asa Long: services, Apr. 1-Mar. 31, 313 d. at $3.50 1,095 50 

ifice Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack $50; freight 75c 50 75 

dvertising, $17.86; King's Printer, $16.72 34 58 

Total, carried to page V— 5 14, 320 83 



Tillsonburg Public Building. 

Schultz Bros.: estimate 3 to Sept. 21, 1912 on $24,811 contract, $24,188.63; raising tower 

$1,282; less $2,510.63 drawback and $12,510 paid in 1911-12, V— 59 10,450 00 

Inspector, W. H. Jackson: Apr. 1-Oct. 15, 6-483 m. at $90 583 50 

Blaiklock Bros., customs brokers: duty on clock $143; entry $3; exchange 72c 146 72 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 468 p. o. boxes $909; bag rack $100; 2 wickets $16; freight $6.72. . . 1,031 72 

Piitchard-Andrews Co.: 4 brass grills $100; 3 wickets $12.75; sundry $48.09. 160 84 

Schell Co. : interior fitting, as per contract •. : 2, 141 00 

Shearing & Flanders: gas connections to furnaces and water-heater 103 00 

Small payments: door check $18.60; sundry $8.64 27 24 

Advertising $15.84; King's Printer, $15.72 31 56 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto ; 14 73 

Total, carried to page V— 5 14, 690 31 

Toronto Custom House: Improvements. 

Coyell, A., labour $11; Gibson Co., marble closet $4.50, labour $1.80 17 30 

Fiddes & Hogarth: fitting up sink in large room $153; moving radiator and repairing flusho- 

meter $8.90 161 90 

Reynolds, G. N. & Co.: 12 hat and coat trees 78 00 

Total, carried to page V— 5 » ; 257 20 



Toronto Customs Examining Warehouse. 

Fiddes & Hograth: installing Keiley pressure regulating valve, pipe and fittings $125; Keiley 

steam trap and receiver $146.50; labour $1,190.85; sundry supplies $600.29 2,062 64. 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: installing passenger elevator 4,900 00 

Young, Samuel: contract for alterations and new entrance complete 11, 695 75 

Travel and outlay, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 26 00 

Total, carried to page V— 5 18, 684 39 



Toronto Military Buildings: Barracks for Permanent Corps to replace property sold 

to City. 

Can. Domestic Engineering Co.: on account plans and specifications re heating and electrical 

works 1,200 00 

Chipman, W.: on account plans $1,000; sundry travel and outlay, 1911-12, $242 1,242 00 

Travel of Ottawa officials: R. Dawson, $17.70; T. W. Fuller, $25 42 70 

King's Printer 242 09 

Total, carried to page V— 5 2, 726 79 

Toronto Military Buildings: New Stores Building. 

Structural Engineering Co.: on account plans 500 00 



Toronto General Post Office. 

Armstrong, Fred. Co.: fitting sanitary drinking fountain $85; lavatory $18; labour $56.94 

covering 95 ft. pipe $21; sundry hardware $34.67 

Brines, H.: chairs, 48 at 75c, 1 $7.50, 3 at $7.75; desks, 2 at $23, 1 $24 

Canada Wire & Iron Goods Co.: steel stools, 7 doz. at $13, 2^ 2 at $14; freight $2.22 

Can. General Electric Co.: 3 motors $270; 5 amp. 110 volt. 2 w. t. r. w. serial $13 

Chapman & Walker: oscillating fans, 2 at $35, 2 at $25; sundry electrical supplies $99.45.. 
Coyell, AIL: carpenter work, 443 h. at 55c 

Carried forward 1, 220 85 



215 61 


136 75 


122 39 


283 00 


219 45 


243 65 



V— 80 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Toronto General Post Office— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 1, 220 85 

Dinnis, Richard & Son: 1,000 tags $32; 12 table tops $51; sundry lumber, &c, $102.65 188 65 

Elevator Specialty Co.: electrical repairing, 32 h. at 65c, 823 h. at 60c; 200 ft. conduit $22; 

750 ft. wire $26. 25; sundry $92 . 73 655 58 

Lamson Company: belt conveyor and elevator $4,950; sundry $27.33 4,977 33 

Lyon, J. D.: relining gutters, new galv. iron roof and repairs, as per tender 940 00 

McGrath, E. P.: contract for fittings complete $12,125; extra tile flooring $519; less $10,210 

paid in 1911-12, V— 59 2,434 00 

Murray-Kay. Ltd.: cork carpet, 53| yd. at $1.15, 61§ yd. at 90c; 2 wilton rugs $32.50, $37; 

sundry, $11.35 197 73 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: steel cases, 1, $304, 2 small cases $64; 4 trucks $260; filing cabinet 

guides and folders $88.30; removing steel fittings $48; desk $36; sundry $144.80 945 10 

Ovens, T. A.: hammered wire plate glass, 66f ft. at $1.25; sundry $40.10 123 54 

Reid & Co.: lumber for tables for Christmas trade $38.79; partition in dead letter office 

$23.74; dressed oak, 160 ft. at 9c; sundry lumber etc. $69.07 146 00 

Reynolds, G. N. & Co.: arm chair $6.50; cabinet $22: desks, 2 at $25, one $28, 2 at $45; 

tilters, 4 at $S, 2 at $8.75; wardrobe $24;. sundry $2.88 272 88 

Rogers Electric Co.: fuses, 430 at 13|c; 55 portables $102.75; 2,978 ft. r. c wire $36.75; sundry 

$162.57 360 10 

Stewart, John: labour $13.20; glass $47.80; paint, etc $8.28 69 28 

Vokes Hardware Co.: sundry paint and hardware 147 14 

Wanty, Win.: brick wall in basement $72; repairing floor $6.63 78 63 

Williamson, Wm.: alterations to post office, as per tender, $1,170; partition in rural mail 

service $96; work in dead letter office altering panels and new doorway in cloak room 

$271.07; varnishing and glazing in dead letter office $47.10; repairing tables $22.91; 

making 4 ventilators $33.71; sundry $26.43. . . . . : 1,667 22 

Young, S.: plastering basement ceiling $75; lathing and plastering basement walls $65; work 

on elevator pit $242.64; sheeting sides of stairs, $91. 10; sundry work in basement $120.22 593 96 

Small payments: freight and cartage $85.66; hardware $115.78; repairs $89.25; rubber 

stamp pad $48; signs $40; 2 stools $24; sundry $52 . 19 454 88 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: I. c sorting cases, 5 at $29.50, 9 at $32. 80; 4 sections news- 
paper sorting cases $71 513 70 

King's Printer 52 83 



Total , carried to page V— 5 16, 039 40 



Toronto Postal Garage: for motor trucks. 

Armour, E. N.: additional amount required to pay off mortgage on Ghent property 79 10 

Imperial Motor Car Co.: machinery in garage building, 87-95 Richmond St., East, price as 

agreed 350 00 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: installing stand pipe for power service, Richmond St 8 18 

Travel and outlay: A. J. Barclay $31 .55; C. H. Hunter 15c 31 70 

Legal services, E. N. Armour, Toronto 162 73 

Total, carried to page V— 5 631 71 

Toronto Postal Station 'G'. 

Purchase price of site: J. B. Leroy 35, 000 00 

Travel, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 16 90 

Total, carried to page V— 5 35, 016 90 

JS*(\^ Toronto Postal Station tffy. 

\P~ Purchase price of site : Harry Oliver ij*h*£c^&r . , H~8&Tr. J 25, 160 76 

Livingston, R.: repairing wainscotting 3 20 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $20.25; C. H. Hunter, Ottawa, $15 35 25 

Total 25, 199 21 

Less, received for old buildings on site 60 00 



Total, carried to page V— 5 25, 139 21 

Toronto Postal Station, Spadina Ave. 

Purchase price of site: Robt. Carroll Estate 50, 000 00 

Ponton, D.: commission for collection of rents 18 70 

Travel and outlay: C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 83 35 

Total, carried to page V— 5 50, 102 05 

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Toronto Dominion Buildings, Generally: Improvements, Repairs, ete. $ cts. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, Maintenance : . . (Page V — 196) 5, 014 74 



Uxbridge Public Building. 

Meyer, D.: estimate 10 to Feb. 18, 1913 on $25,000 contract, $19,635.49; less $1,965.49 draw- 
back, and $6,330, paid in 1911-12, V— 60 • 11,340 00 

Inspector, J. Park: services, 11 m. to Mar. 13, 1913, 286 d. at $£.50; outlay $4.27 - 1,005 27 

Blaiklock Bros., customs brokers: duty on clock $145.60; entry $3; exchange 74c **•.»• 149 34 

Smith, John & Sons: turret clock, 4 dials, 800 lb. bell .' V . . . 727 57 

Travel and outlay, T. A. Hastings, Toronto <•. 9 00 

Advertising $37.80; King's Printer $16. 10 ■ 53 90 

Total, carried to page V— 5 13, 285 08 



Walkerville Public Building. 

Hewitt, D. A., Ottawa, advance to be accounted for 50 00 

Wallaceburg Public Building. 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe $310; freight $9.60 319 60 

McDonald, D.: services at Wallaceburg building, April, 1912 100 00 

Cartage of safe $15; timber, etc. 85c 15 85 

Advertising $540.49; King's Printer $4 544 49 

Total, carried to page V— 5 979 94 

Waterloo Public Building. 

Lachance, L. B.: estimate 7 to Dec. 24, 1912 on $36,975 contract and $6,777.30 extras, $39,423.42; 
less $3.42 drawback, and previous payments, V— 61, 1910-11, $3,220, V— 60, 1911-12, 

$21,160 15,040 00 

Brown & Semple, covering boilers, &c 75 00 

Moogk, Chas.: express, paid on brass fittings 1 93 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 1. s. cases $92; p. o. boxes, 324 at $1.80, 96 at $2.25, 36 at $2.75; 

2 grills $16; "E" bag rack $135; freight $9.07 1, 150 27 

Pequegnat Clock Co.: on account tower clock 1, 000 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4grills$94; 5 eng. plates $17; 2 receivers $35.50; sundry $5.16 151 66 

Total, carried to page V— 6 17,418 86 

Watford Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: J. D. Brown $350; W. D. Cameron $2,250 2, 600 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 36 10 

Total, carried to page V— 6 2, 636 10 

Wiarton Public Building. 

Legal services: Wm. Masson, Owen Sound 106 86 

Wingham Public Building. 

Schaefer, Adam: painting and kalsomining ceilings and walls $116; sundry painting $15.70.... 131 70 

Travel and outlay, T. A. Hastings, Toronto 4 15 

Total, carried to page V— 6 135 85 

Dominion Public Buildings, Ontario: General repairs, etc. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V— 196) 19, 996 89 



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Brandon Public Building: Addition. $ cts. 

Brown & Mitchell: installing heating, $538: sundry plumbing, $25 563 00 

City of Brandon: sidewalk, labour, $39.20, cement, etc., $22.75 61 95 

Garside, W. H.: repairing and kalsomining, 3,273 sq. yd. at 7c; painting 3,102 yd. at 12c; 

sundry, $10 611 35 

Giles, T. H., cleaning offices and halls 7 00 

Lissaman, F. C.: room in attic, $185; partition for registered mail, $75; sundry repairs,$134.88 394 88 

Nation & Shewen: cork carpet, 253 yd. at 90c; shades, 18 at $2.95; sundry, $5 285 80 

Travel and outlay: H. E.%latthews, $35.40; W. T. Mollard, $43 78 40 

Total, carried to page V— 6 2,002 38 

Carman Public Building. 

Travel and outlay: J. E. Cyr, $5.20; H. E. Matthews, $13.35 18 55 

Melita Public Building. 

Purchase price of site, Geo. Nickle. 1,400 00 

Travel and outlay: H. E. Matthews, Winnipeg 18 40 

Total, carried to page V— 6 1,418 40 

Minnedosa Public Building. 

Advertising, $303 .92; King's Printer, $51 .37 355 29 

Legal services, H. F. Maulson, Minnedosa 81 50 

Total, carried to page V— 6. 436 79 

Morden Public Building. 

Advertising, $230.58; King's Printer, $52.44 283 02 

Legal services, A. W. Bowen, Morden 23 25 

Total, carried to page V— 6 306 27 

Portage la Prairie Public Building. 

Snyder Bros.: contract complete, $26,400; extras, shooting gallery, $1,135, officers' lavatory 

in basement $525, sundry $158.50; less $16,990, paid in 1911-12, V— 61 11,228 50 

Inspector, H. J. Hughes, services, Jan.-Nov., 1912, 11 m 1,650 00 

Travel and outlay, H. E. Matthews 6 40 

Total, carried to page V— 6 12,884 90 

Virden Public Building. 

Purchase price of site, H. C. Simpson 6, 200 00 

Travel and outlay, W. T. Mollard 23 25 

King's Printer ♦. . 2 84 

Legal services, J. Pritchard, Virden 66 85 

Total, carried to page V— 6 ' 6, 292 94 

Winnipeg Immigration Halls I and II: Improvements, &c. 

Banfield, J. A.: 225 yd. brass binding, $33.75; 120 yd. cork carpet, $125; linoleum, $110; 3 

desks, $67.50; one tilter $12.50 348 75 

Beairsto Co.: installing lavatories, &c, as per tender, $210; repairing lavatories, plumbing, 
&c, labour $358, 2 boiler sections $159.60, 4 grate bars $35.20, 2 syphon jets $44, sundry 

$121 .46 928 26 

Pattinson & Eilbeck, painting windows, as per tender 76 00 

Smith & Kirkpatrick: plastering and repairing concrete floors as per tender 392 00 

United Electric Co.: four 110-v. a. c. mult, arc lamps, $112; 324 ft. conduit, $30.88; sundry, 

$59. 18 202 06 

Small payments: desk, $31.90; electrical supplies, $8.75; hardware, $27.55; sundry, $11.40.. 79 60 

Total, carried to page V— 6 t 2, 026 67 



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Winnipeg Public Buildings: Pavements, Sewers, &c. $ cts. 

Winnipeg City, on account local improvements, pavements, sewers, &c 13, 000 00 

Winnipeg Dominion Buildings: Improvements, &c. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance. (Page V — 196) 5, 047 76 

Public Buildings, Manitoba, Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V — 196) 2, 955 85 

Battleford, Sask., Public Building. 

Pigott, M. A., & Son: final estimate, $26,735; extra concrete footings, $525; substituting 
pressed brick for common, $978; sundry, $39.25; $28,277.25; less, $250 deducted for work 

not done, $3,410 paid in 1910-11 (V— 64), and $23,670.35 paid in 1911-12 (V— 62) 946 90 

Clerk of works, W. R. Latimer: services, Mar. 5 to May 31, 1912, 76 d. at $5.50; filling in 

well, $22 . 50; moving safe and office supplies, $58 498 50 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.: contract for fittings complete, $2,225: less $1,500 paid in 

1911-12, V— 62 725 00 

Boughey, Chas., building outside closet at land office 60 00 

Northwestern Electric Co.: contract for wiring, complete, $1,196; 9 extra lights, $72; cutting 

away and making good plaster-work, $100 1, 368 00 

Office Specialty Co: "F." truck, $70; freight, $8.88 78 88 

Regina Plumbing and Heating Co.: installing radiation in post office 130 00 

Stephenson, Evans and Fillingham: superintending sundry works 20 00 

Storer, J. H.: hauling gravel and loam, building fence, &c 248 00 

Western Pavers: 243 sq. ft. grano. walk and 92 1. ft. curb 110 00 

Small payments: clock, $23.50;- 16 blinds, $27.75; 4 chairs, $10; 2 stools, $4.70 65 95 

Travel of clerk of works, W. T. Mollard 20 25 

Total, carried to page V— 6 4, 271 48 

Gravelbourg Telegraph Building. 

Boisvert, H.: contract completed, $3,975; less $1,730, paid in 1911-12, V— 63. . ; 2, 245 00 

St. Germain, C. W.: gasoline lamp 15 00 

Travel of clerk of works, W. T. Mollard 35 25 

Total, carried to page V— 6 2, 295 25 

Humboldt Public Building. 

Brown Construction Co.: estimate 8 to Sept. 30, 1912, on $37,673 contract, $33,728; less draw- 
back $3, 378, and $5,970, paid in 1911-12, V— 63 24, 380 00 

Clerk of works: Wm. Driver, Apr. 1 to June 30, 78 d. at $5; A. Pike, June 1 to Oct. 31, 131 d. 

at $5 1 , 045 00 

Travel and outlay: W. T. Mollard, Regina 39 50 

Advertising, $34.65; King's Printer, $16.43 51 08 

Total 25 , 51 5 58 

Less, changed to year 1913-14 515 58 

Total, carried to page V— 6 25, 000 00 

Indian Head: Forest Nursery Station. 

Hamilton,' A. B.: erection and completion of boarding house, $4,960; providing and erecting 

outdoor closet, $54.29; sundry, $29.10 5,043 39 

Travel and outlay: J. Jopling, Regina, $35.70; W. T. Mollard, Regina, $66. 15 101 85 

Total, carried to page V— 6 5, 145 2\ 

Lloydminster Public Building. 

Healy & Pigott: on account estimate 8 to Mar. 31, 1913 25,830 0u 

Inspector, E. E. Miller, services, May 8 to Mar. 31, 280 d 1,400 00 

Laying out grounds, $10; sundry travel and outlay, $44 . 25 54 25 

Advertising 21 00 

Total , carried to page V— 6 27 , 305 25 

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Melfort Public Building. $ cts. 

McDiarmid Co.: on account final estimate 28, 348 00 

Inspector, W.J .Roscoe, Mar. 13, 1912, to Mar. 31, 1913, 326 d 1,630 00 

Eastman, W. W., coal 22 00 

Advertising 11 20 

Total, carried to page V — 6 30, 011 20 



Moose Jaw Armoury. 

Advertising 54 08 

Moose Jaw Public Building. 

McDiarmid Co.: on account estimate 7 on $260,000 contract 98,480 00 

Inspection: J. Armstrong, May 6 to Nov. 9, 158 d. at $5; W. Tilston, Nov. 10 to Mar. 31, 

121 d. at $5 1,395 00 

Whitehead, T., wiring and installing 12 lights 23 75 

Travel of clerks of works: J. Jopling, $4. 10; W. T. Mollard, $40.25 44 35 

Total, carried to page V— 6 99,943 10 

North Battlcford Public Building. 

Travel and outlay, W. T. Mollard 20 25 

Advertising $71.21; King's Printer $83.34 154 55 

Total, carried to page V— 6 174 80 

Prince Albert Penitentiary. 

Saskatchewan Building & Construction Co.: installing engine, labour $78, material $22; 

sheathing ceiling and painting, 750 ft. at 10c 175 00 

Saskatchewan Penitentiary, grading around grounds 40 00 

Travel and outlay, W. T. Mollard 21 20 

Total, carried to page V— 6 236 20 

Regina Drill Hall. 

Kingston, J. S., services, April-May, 1912, in office of Superintendent of Buildings, Ottawa. . 200 00 

Regina Public Building. 

Armstrong, Smyth & Dowswell: labour, 85 h. at 50c; glass, $23.20; sundry, $16.55 82 25 

Blaiklock Bros., brokers: customs duty on clock, $172.80; entry, $3; exchange, $1.30; freight, 

$83.23 260 33 

Crapper, F. M.: kalsomining offices, $325; repairing building after cyclone, glazing, $328.41, 

sundry, $9.50 662 91 

Dennis Wire and Iron Works: elevator enclosure, $3,640; sundry, $79.29 3, 719 29 

Hunter, W. J.: carpentry repairs: labour, $154.20; material, $61.56 215 76 

Johnston, J. H.: 6 stools, $12; table, $4; 19 shades, $93.25 109 25 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. -.cabinet, $39.95; stamp cabinet, $15; chairs, 8 side, $34, 2 small, $16.50, 

2 tilter, $17.70; f.t. desks, one $44, one, $30.80, 2, $50; stool, $10; 2 tables, $38.35; truck, 

$30; sundry, $20.90; freight, $7.51 354 71 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: elevator complete, $6,380; 24 carbons and contacts, $9.60; less, $4,315 

paid in 1911-12, V— 64 2,074 60 

Potts & Smith: firepot section for Daisy h.w. boiler 118 75 

Rubenstein Bros: 7 brass eng'd plates, $49.50; freight, $1.75 51 25 

Carried forward 7,649 10 



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Regina Public Building— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 7, 649 10 

Smith, John & Sons: turret clock, four 61 ft. dials 863 83 

Western Man'f'g. Co.: fir cupboard, $160; case, as ordered, $64 ' 224 00 

Western School Supply Co.: 4 chairs, $18.50; 3 desks, $89.50; 2 awnings, $10; filing cabinet, $63; 

sundry, $50.65 231 65 

Whiteford Bros.: sundry plumbing, $61.10; sundry wiring and electrical fixtures, $119.05 180 15 

Wilson & W ; ison: sundry repairs and alterations 381 19 

Small payments: 2 awnings, $11; 2 w.p. baskets, $20; repairs, $33.35; sundry, $14.70 79 05 

Sorting cases supplied from stock- 3 hods, $7.50; 4 No. 1,258, $180.30 187 80 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto, $51.52; C. H. Hunter, Ottawa, $20 71 52 

King's Printer, $11.09; advertising, $17.22 28 31 

Total 9 , 896 60 

Less, charged to Rigaud Public Building (Page V— 56) 51 25 

Total, carried to page V— 6 9,845 35 

Saskatoon: Forest Nursery Station. 

Can. Drug & Book Co.: 8 rolls blue print 6 80 

Travel and outlay: J. Jopling, Regina 35 50 

Advertising, $280.19; King's Printer, $45.69 325 88 

Total, carried to page V— 6 •. 368 18 



Weyburn Public Building. 

Navin Bros.: contract complete, $48,911; extra tile flooring, $240; less, $25,171 paid in 1913-14 23,980 00 

Inspector, G. J. G. Jarrett: Apr. 10-Dec. 31, 223 d. at $5 1, 115 00 

Advertising, $22.14; King's Printer, $21.48 43 62 

Total, carried to page V— 6 25, 138 62 



Bassano Public Building. 

Travel and outlay, W. T. Mollard, Regina 12 73 

Legal services: Burns Mavor, Bassano, Alta 25 86 

Total, carried to page V— 6 38 59 



Calgary Customs Examining Warehouse. 

McDiarmid Co.: estimate 1 to Mar. 29, 1913, on $455,000 contract, $19,680; less, $1,960 

drawback 17, 720 00 

Canadian Domestic Engineering Co.: on account heating system 1, 000 00 

Can. Inspection & Testing Laboratories: mill inspection of steel 9 19 

Dowler, Leo., architect; use of office for exhibit of plans, etc., $14; commission on estimate one 

$98.40 112 40 

Purchase price of site: E. M. Adams, $20,000; John Cardell, $60,000; Wm. Robertson and 

A. L. Cameron, $20.000 100,000 00 

Legal services re site: M. S. McCarthy, Calgary 399 76 

Advertising, $1,211.50; King's Printer, $90.07 1,301 57 

Total, carried to page V— 6 120, 542 92 



Calgary Immigration Building. 

McDiarmid Co.: estimate 2 to Feb. 27, 1913, on $25,700 contract, $24,000; less, $2,400 drawback. 21, 600 00 
Dowler, Leo.: complete plans and blue prints, $250; tracings, $10; 1 p.c. comm. on estimate 

2, $240 500 00 

Lewthwaite, M., clerk of works: services July 15-Mar. 31, 76 d. at $5.40, 142 d. at $6; outlay, 

$3; less, $396, charged in error to Immigration Buildings, Construction (Page V— 96) 869 40 

Total, carried to page V— 6 22,969 40 



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Calgary New Post Office. $ cts. 

Purchase price of site: J. G. Van Wart $113,450; Chas. A. Wallace, $65,215 178 CG5 00 

Burn, L. R. : sundry work at temporary office 23 77 

Can. Western Natural Gas Co.: installing heating in temporary office 764 65 

Dowler, Leo.: travel, Calgary-Ottawa, $150; on account commission, $1,200 1,350 00 

Webb, Read, Hagan, Callingham & Co.: fee for supervising payments in connection with 

temporary office 500 00 

Webb, Read, Hagan, Callingham & Co. and Leo Dowler: on account disbursements 24,000 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter 75 00 

Total, carried to page V— 6 V 205,378 42 



Edmonton Public Building. 

Bradburn Stationery Co.: cabinet, $58.95; 4 chairs, $18; table, $15 91 95 

Burnham-Frith Electric Co.: ten 100-w. lamps with holophane shades, $38.50; 25 25-w. 

lamps, $21.25; sundry work, $38.51 98 26 

Clark, W. H. & Co.: 2 cupboards, counter, 2 desks, 2 tables and 2 sets pigeon holes, $646; vault 

fittings, $575; 3 counters and one case pigeon holes, $71.50; shelf, $10.75; sundry, $32.30. . 1,335 55 
McCallum & Co.: contract complete, $2,750; extra work, $80; less, $1,200 paid in 1909-10, 

V— 60, $185.75 paid in 1910-11, V— 65, $831.51 paid in 1910-11 V— 65 to sundry persons; 

balance, $612.74. Paid as follows: Burnham Frith Co., $278.65; Crown Electric Co., 

$380.20; Edmonton City, $250 (difference being security deposit refunded to vote, 

$296.11 '. 612 74 

Office -Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 bag racks, $140; 2 sorting cases, 1264, $108; freight, $38.04 286 04 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: mail hoist complete, $2,921; sundry wiring, $16.60; less $2,190.75, 

paid in 1910-11, V— 65 and $520 paid in 1911-12, V— 64 226 85 

Paragon Office Supply Co.: 2 desks, $68; 2 tilters, $20.20 88 20 

Ritchie, R. W.: building paper burner in basement 204 40 

Ross, Bros. : making iron top and 2 doors fot ash-pit 90 00 

Small payments: fixture for holding mail ready for despatch, $48; desk, $34.50; glass, $17.18; 

painting, $23; 8 rubber strips, top felts and bottom rubbers, $38.75; sundry, $20.39 181 82 

Clerk of works, R. J. Manson: services, Mar. 1-Nov. 30, 258 d. at $5 1,290 00 

Travel and outlay: T. A. Hastings, Toronto 126 13 

Totaf, carried to page V— 6 4, 631 94 



Lethbridge Public Building. 

Navin Bros.: estimate 5 to May 12 ,1913, on $221,300 contract, $74,211.62; extra concrete, &c., to 

enlarge footings, $7,629; less, $8,180.62 drawback and $31,360, paid in 1913-14 42,300 00 

Inspection, Raley & Carver: 2\ p.c. comm. on estimate 2, $730.74; travel, $14.85; sundry 

' work, $45 790 59 

Hamilton, J. F., survey of site $25; Harvey, W. S., testing cement, $5 30 00 

Freight and cartage 31 40 

Advertising, $242.30; King's Printer, $81.55 ■. 323 85 

Total, carried to page V— 6.. 43,475 84 



Medicine Hat Public Building. 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co.: freight on furniture 43 10 

Simmonds, W. R.: re-roofing public space in vestibule, re-fixing door &c, $237; altering 

partitions, moving boxes, &c, $118.50; shelving, $38.50 394 00 

Travel and outlay: J. Jopling, $28.20; W. T. Mollard, $35.18 63 38 

Total, carried to page V— 6 500 48 

Strathcona Armoury. 

Brown Construction Co: contract complete, $33,668; less, $12,740, paid in 1911-12, V— 65. ... 20,928 00 

Clerk of works, W. Dietz: services, Apr .-Dec. 7, 216 d. at $5 1, 080 00 

Dowler, L., inspecting armoury, $48.85; Edmonton Express, cartage, $1.75 -, 50 60 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: 94 steel saddle racks, $103.40; freight $11.93 115 33 

Shaver, P. H.: pair continuous bowling alleys, complete 1,540 00 

Total, carried to page V— 6 23,713 93 



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Strathcona Public Building. $ cts. 

Pigott, M. A., & Sons: contract complete, $47,894; extra for enlarged footings, $103.50; less 

$38,000, paid in 1911-12, V— 65 9,997 50 

Inspector, D. F. McHardy: services, Mar. 1-Nov. 23, 228 d. at $5 1, 140 00 

Blaiklock Bros., customs brokers: duty on clock, $137.40; entry $3; exchange 95c; freight 

$73.09 214 44 

Dawson & Kennedy: chairs, 50 at 75c, 15 at $2.50, 3 at $10, 3 at $11.50; blackboard, $20 ; 

desks, 3 at $30, 4 at $32, 3 at $40; 10 w.p. baskets $20; sundry $20 537 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 1,025 p.o. boxes $2,047.25; 3 wickets $24; freight $115. 12 2, 186 37 

^ubenstein Bros.: 5 grills $124; 6 plates $18.50; 4 receivers $45.50; sundry $17.90 205 90 

Schell, J. T. Co. : on account interior fittings 1 ( 900 00 

Smith, J., & Sons: turret clock, four 4 ft. 2\ in. dials 687 01 

Small payments: clock $10; plumbing $27.55; 8 mats $41; repairs $34.20; sundry $10.77 123 52 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: l.s. cases, five No. 1258, $147.50, 2 No. 1256 $60; 2 sections 

and 1 bin n.p. sorting case $40; one filing case $20 267 50 

Advertising, $117.38; King's Printer, $16.71 134 09 

Total, carried to page V— 6 17, 393 83 



Wetaskiwin Public Building. 

Brown Const. Co.: contract complete $25,650; sundry extra work on ground floor for post 

office department $1,817.47; less $9,090 paid in 1911-12, V— 66 18,377 47 

Inspector, B. Miller: services, Feb. 17-Nov. 30, 1912, 245 d. at $5 1, 225 00 

Baxter, Sam: freight on safe $96.03; cartage $25 121 03 

Taylor, J. & J.: safe, as per order 373 50 

Wetaskiwin City: extra cost of water service meter 40 00 

Travel and outlay: A. Beaton $6.25; W. T. Mollard $48 . 25 54 50 

Advertising $19. 68; King's Printer $22. 14 41 82 

Total, carried to page V— 6 20, 233 32 



Dominion Public Buildings, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Generally: Improvements, &c. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V— 196). 10, 039 39 

Ashcroft Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: J. McGillivray 1, 500 00 

Legal services: F. T. Cornwall, Kamloops, B.C 27 25 

Total, carried to page V— 6 1, 527 25 



Chilliwack Public Building. 

Hunt, Ed.: estimate 8 to Nov. 30, 1912 on $41,375 contract, $32,779.95; less $3,279.95 drawback 

and $1 .370, paid in 1911-12, V— 66 28, 130 00 

Inspector, J. C. Robertson: services, Ap'l-Mar., 312 d. at $5 1,560 00 

Crawley, S. J.: land for site 800 00 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe $415; freight, &c $119 534 00 

Henderson, R. A., survey of site $5; Parry, P., freight $24.20, moving safe $15 44 20 

Hunt, Ed.: cement sidewalk in front of building $613; digging and laying sewer $210; sundry 

$25. 10 • 848 10 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack $90; 667 p.o. boxes $1,311.35; freight $03.47 1,494 82 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills $118; 6 eng. plates $18.25; 3 receivers $35.75; sundry $20... 192 00 

Vancouver Cabinet Works: on account $1,691 contract 1, 080 00 

Travel and outlay: Wm. Henderson 73 95 

Advertising $24; King's Printer $14. 62 38 62 

Legal services: J. H. Bowes, Chilliwack 26 60 

Total, carried to page V— 6 34,822 29 

Comox Public Building. 

Warwick & White: estimate 2 to Nov. 30, 1912, on $4,975 contract, $4,379.40; less $439.40 

drawback 3,940 00 

King, Evans and Pickard: survey of site 26 50 

Prior, E. G., & Co.: 2 store door handles $54; sundry hardware $70.36 124 36 

Travel and outlay: Wm. Henderson : 14 30 

Total, carried to page V— 6 4, 105 16 



V— 88 AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Cranbrook Public Building. $ cts. 

McCallum, J. G. & M.: contract complete $43,833; additional story $4,709; cement sidewalk 

$1,280; additional tile work $259.80; removing partition, first floor $74; ash pit $138 ; 

electric light in additional story $69.52; sundry $328; less $23,930 paid in 1911-12, V— 66. 26,761 32 

Inspector, M. McEachern: services, Mar. 1-Jan. 31, 290 d. at $5 1,450 00 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co.: freight on sorting cases 200 70 

Cranbrook Co-operative Stores: cabinet sections $72.60; freight $8. 10 80 70 

Davis Electric Co.: 5 stand lamps $64; 9 shades, holders and braces $63.45; 43 lb. duplex 

wire $27.95; 130 ft. conduit, $15.60; 67 hrs. labour, $46.50; sundry $38.25 255 75 

Fink Mercantile Co.: 3 stacks bookcase $23.40; chairs, 2 at $17, 3 at $59, 2 at $32; 3 desks 

$175; mats $15.50; 42 shades $77.75; 2 stools $16; legal blank section $30; truck $64.50; 

2 wardrobes $80; Wilton rug $45 712 15 

Rubenstein Bros.: 5 grills $119; 6 eng. plates $22.50; 4 receivers $44.50; sundry $19.95 205 95 

Schell, J. T. Co.: interior fittings, as per contract $3,345; carpenter, 2 d. at $4 3,353 00 

Small payments: clock, $25; hardware, &c, $29.80. . . . 54 80 

Sorting cases supplied from stock: bag rack $90; 4 sections n.p. sorting case $62; one final l.s. 

case $54 206 00 

Travel and outlay: Wm. Henderson 35 28 

Advertising $30.42; King's Printer $19.13 49 55 

Total, carried to page V— 6 33, 365 20 



Duncan's Station Public Building. 

On account purchase price of site: J. N. Whittome 10, 000 00 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson, Victoria 7 55 

Legal services, J. H. Simpson, Nanaimo 62 10 

Total, carried to page V— 6 10, 069 65 

Fernie Brill Hall. 

Advertising 375 30 



Grand Forks Public Building. 

Lequime, B.: estimate 10 to Feb. 28, 1913, on $43,202 contract $41,160; extras $2,450; less 

$4,360 drawback and $12,670, paid in 1911-12, V— 66 26,580 00 

Inspector, Geo. D. Clark: services, Apr.-Feb., 308 d. at $5 1, 540 00 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson, Victoria 55 68 

Advertising $29 . 24 ; King's Printer $21 . 53 50 77 

Total, carried to page V— 6 28, 226 45 

Greenwood Public Building. 

Johnson, S. M.: plans and profiles of lots 20, 21 and 22, block 5, and report 80 00 

Advertising $241 . 76; King's Printer, $53 .88 295 64 

Total, carried to page V— 6. 375 64 

Kamloops Public Building. 

Marcus Electric Co.: moulding $6; 200 ft. wire $4; labour $12; sundry $6.80 28 80 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson, Victoria 119 15 

Total, carried to page V— 6 147 95 

Merritt Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: Andrew Kallin $2,500; H. Murk $1,400 3, 900 00 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson, Victoria. 19 25 

Total, carried to page V— 6 3, 919 25 

Mission City Public Building. 

Purchase price of site, J. W. Home: $6,000; less $3,580 paid in 1913-14 2, 420 00 

Travel and outlay, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 40 00 

Legal services, Corbould, Grant & McColl, New Westminster 41 50 

Total, carried to page V— 6 2, 501 50 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— £9 

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Nanaimo Public Building. $ cts. 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co., interior fittings, as per contract 2,070 00 

Blaiklock Bros.: duty on clock, $145.60; entry, $3; exchange, $1.22; freight, $94.40 244 22 

Good, J. H.: 4 chairs, $37; 14 sq. yds. cork lino., $17.50; curtains and rods, $12. 50; desk, $50; 

sundry, $8.50 125 50 

Henderson, Alex. ($5,970.78)— 

Labour and material building clock tower, $5,260; less $1,500 paid in 1911-12, V— 67 3,760 00 

Removing chimney, $30. 15; 16 ft. beam, $42; 3 c. yd. masonry, $24 96 15 

Counter, 12 ft. long, oak top and swinging gate 80 00 

Laying concrete floor in sub-basement 350 00 

Labour and material installing clock in tower 554 64 

Repairing sidewalk and laying gutters 74 40 

Repairing damage done by explosion 369 99 

Sundry alterations and repairs 685 60 

May, John, clerk of works, Apr. 1-June 30, 78 d. at $5 390 00 

Morton, W. H. : wiring clock tower, labour, $82, material $86 . 65; plumbing, $6 174 65 

Nanaimo Builders' Supply: parcel rack, $80. 50; stamp and cash case, $150 230 50 

Rubenstein Bros.: 6 brass grills, $122; 7 eng. plates, $23; 301 p.o. box fronts, $513.08; 3 

receivers, $23.50; sundry, $14.53; freight, $34.83 730 94 

Smith, John, & Sons: turret clock, 4 five-ft. dials 727 57 

Small payments: electrical work, $30.25; glass, $4.95; plumbing, $17.80; cartage, $1.85; 

parcel rack, $10; 2 tables, $35 , 99 85 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson 40 59 

Advertising 30 48 

Total, carried to page V— 6 10, 835 08 

Nelson Public Building. 

Clerk of works, F. Fletcher: services, Mar.-July, 1912, 134 d. at $6 804 00 

Burns, J., & Son: storm porches, Vernon St., $68, Ward St., $150 218 00 

Nelson Coke & Gas Co: 4 arc lamps, $50; labour, $28.85; sundry, $9.10 87 95 

Pearcy , S. W. , painting walls and ceilings of post office 65 00 

Schell Co., post office fittings, as per tender ' 3, 783 00 

Standard Furniture Co.: 19 shades, $40.75; 44 yd. cord, $2.20; 18§ yd. linoleum, $23.10 66 05 

Thompson & Douglas: painting customs, excise, express and weights and measures offices, 

and halls, &c, $450; painting mailing room and main office, $220; sundry painting, $23.25 693 25 
Small payments: installing lights and changing wires in customs, $32.69; 3 receivers, $27 ; 

putting in water waste pipe, $18 . 63; sundry, 95c 79 27 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson, Victoria 35 59 

Total, carried to page V— 7 5,832 11 



New Westminster Examining Warehouse: Improvement. 

Pope, Wm.: alterations and repairs to warehouse, $1,660; new windows glazed with reflex 
glass, $130; removing decayed joists and flooring, $150; new joists and flooring, $150 ; 
cement platform and gutter along rear wall, $150; less previous payments, 1911-12, V-67, 
$1, 200 990 00 

New Westminster Public Building: Addition. 

Travel, Wm. Henderson, Victoria, B . C 13 00 

North Vancouver Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: City of North Vancouver, on account 79, 745 00 

Cameron, A. J., survey of site, $125; Mahon, E., valuing site, $100 225 00 

Travel and 'outlay, C. H. Hunter, Ottawa 10 00 

Legal services, W. J. Baird, Vancouver 20 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 80, 000 00 

Prince Rupert Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: V. W. Smith, on account 74, 500 00 

Rubenstein Bros., receivers 30 10 

Travel, Wm. Henderson, Victoria, B, C 89 00 

Legal services, L. W. Patmore, Prince Rupert 78 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7. 74, 697 10 



V— 90 AUDITOR JENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Prince Rupert Quarantine Station: Building. $ cts. 

Clerk of works, P. Borenzen, services, Apr. 1-June 8, 59 d. at $6 354 00 

\nderson & McKinnon: alterations to hospital: labour, $48; material, &c., $12.40 60 40 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 steel cabinets, $60; 500 folders, $4.50; freight, $15.95 80 45 

Tite, Geo. D.: blinds, 62, installed, $122.75; iron bed and mattress, $47.50; cabinet, $35 ; 
Wilton carpet square, $47; 6 dining chairs, $45; 6 office chairs, $34; 2 office clocks, $35; 
qr. oak buffet, $55; 3 desks, $38, $28, $22; qr. oak dresser, $60; 156| yd. linoleum var- 
nished and laid, $230.50; 3ru<rs, $43; 2 rockers, $17; dining table, $40; washstand, $16.50; 

33 shades, $42; sundry, $23.88 1,032 13 

King's Printer '. 38 05 

Total, carried to page V— 7 1, 565 03 

Soda Creek Public Building. 

Purchase price of site: W. J. West 125 00 

Anderson & Norwood: erecting and painting building, $2,005; wood-shed, $60; grading, $15; 

papering, &c, $100.25 2, 180 25 

Total, carried to page V— 7 2, 305 25 

Union Bay Public Building. 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson 13 70 

Vancouver Drill Hall. 

On account purchase price of site, one-third of price: Mrs. J. Bellamy, $2,262.33; Mrs. M. 
Bennest, $1,700; Mrs. A. Campbell, $5,500; C. Grossman, $2,262.33; Mrs. E. A. Iredale, 
$1,400; Jas. Kerr, $2,333.33; Jas. McKay, $2,166.66; John McLeod, $2,383.33; Mrs. M. 
McSpadden, $29,992 49,999 99 

Vancouver Examining Warehouse. 

McDiarmid, J., Co.: estimate 17 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $324,436 contract, $289,371.31; less 

$28,931.31 drawback, and $48,850 paid in 1911-12, V— 68 211,590 00 

Inspector: Jas. Stables, Mar., 1912, $180; G. J. McGregor, April-Mar., 1913, 12 m. at $180. .. 2,340 00 

Advertising, $74. 10; King's Printer, $15.72 89 82 

Total, carried to page V— 7 214, 019 82 

Vancouver Old Post Office: Sidewalks. 

Norman, B.: breaking up sidewalk and laying new reinforced concrete walk 900 00 

Advertising 9 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 909 00 

Vancouver Postal Station. 

Purchase price of site, John Gray, on account 25, 000 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, C. H. Hunter '. 30 00 

Legal services, Burns & Walkem , Vancouver 89 75 

Total, carried to page V— 7 25, 119 75 

Vancouver Public Building. 

Dixon & Murray: making 12 cases, $80.65; on account carpenter work, $1,200; sundry, $15... 1,295 65 

Heustis & Stewart; painting post office, as per tender 4, 000 00 

Hinton, Geo. C, & Co.: labour, $291.75; 100 ft. conduit, $80; 2,000 ft. wire, $24.25; sundry, 

$61 89 457 89 

Hinton Electric Co.: labour, $793.01; tungstens, 90 at $1, 65 at $1.25, 9 at $1.50; HOholophane 
shades, $165; 1,565 ft. conduit, $187.80; condulet fittings, $207.60; 5,550 ft. wire, $86; 51 
electric brackets, $102; Hubbel pull sockets, 94 at 50c, 150 at 35c; 50 iron bracket 

supports, $50; sundry, $424.51 •■ • 2,322 17 

Leek & Co.: boiler section, $96.46, 2 sections Gurney Oxford, $106.50; 216 sq. ft. covering, 

$97.20; 2 gate valves, $53.25; labour, $137.35; sundry, $83.04 573 80 

Perry, C. F.: making double bunker for customs, $225.58; partition in long room, $451.10; 
changes made for Animals' Health Branch, $405.50; moving mail boxes and setting door, 

$162; alteration and addition to interior fittings, $2,818.40; sundry, $12.48 4,075 06 

Pritchard- Andrews, 2 brass plates, $25; Saniger, A., pointing and water-proofing, $30. .- 55 00 

Sinficld, J.: making 4 cabinets, $453.96; partitions, 12| x 21| ft., $266.98; fixing partition, &c t 

$41.75; less $550 paid in 1911-12, V— 70 212 69 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson, 50c; C. H. Hunter, $40 40 50 

Total, carried to page V— 7 13, 032 76 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 91 

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Vancouver Sulphur Dioxide Fumigating Plant. $ cts. 

Kensington Engine Works: voucher outstanding 2, 000 00 

Collector of Customs: voucher outstanding 600 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 2,600 00 

Vernon Public Building. 

Cryderman, W. A.: contract complete, $29,950; addition to building, $5,220; sink, $70; partition 
and door in rear, $105; less paid previously, 1910-11, V— 72, $15,790, 1911-12, V— 71, $13,660; 
balance, $5,895; paid as follows: B. C. Supply Co., $145; Colbert Co., $48.50; E. S. Cole, 
$57.60; T. E. Crowell, $1,824.40; W. Duckering, $136; Glover, Rice Co., $800; E. Harris, 
$82.35; Inkster, Kemp & Hannah, $517; J. Kelso, $155.60; J. Mace, $109.60; C. Moir, 
$35.85; Mutrie & Mutrie, $230.95; W. Nichols, $432; D. Robertson, $91.20; Smith Co., 
$1,600; H. Thompson, $200; W. D. Thompson, $120; Western Metal Co., $162; total, 

$6, 748.05, less, security deposit, $3,238.51; balance due on contract, $2,385.46 3,509 54 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.: interior fittings as per contract 2,885 00 

Campbell Bros.: 13 chairs, $114; 3 cabinets, $154.50: 2 desks, $105; ax. square, $35; wilton 

square, $45; 77| yd. cork carpet, $93.20; wardrobe, $30; sundry, $42.50 619 20 

Colbert Heating & Plumbing Co.: installing heating apparatus, $2,135; less, $1,490, paid in 

1911-2, V— 71 645 00 

Crowell, T. E.: cement sidewalks, $530; sundry, $73.09 603 09 

Empire Electric Co.: wiring building, $1,893; less, $1,270, paid in 1911-12, V— 71 623 00 

Moffat, J. E., clerk of works, Apr.-Sept., 155 d. at $5.50 852 50 

Vernon Hardware Co.: supplying and installing safe 250 00 

Small payments: cartage, $5; clock, $25; sundry, $42.09 72 09 

Travel and outlay: Wm. Henderson 133 05 

Total, carried to page V— 7 10, 192 47 

Victoria Immigration Detention Hospital. 

Cookson, C. M.: repairs to plumbing, labour, $47.05; material, $20 67 05 

Cookson Plumbing Co.: installing 15 new closets, $637.50; sundry labour, $102.15; sundry 

material, $73.67 813 32 

Hammond, John: making and fitting oak drawers and case to safe, $72.50; wire woven glass, 

$7.50; on account work, $100 180 00 

Hawkins & Hayward: 12 tungstens, $16.50; labour, $27; sundry, $15.55 59 05 

Hinton Electric Co. : repairing lights, &c 16 70 

Newton & Greer Co. : repairing roof of main building 205 00 

Staneland Co: painting, as per tenders 1 , 650 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 2,991 12 



Victoria Post Office. 

Cookson, C. M.: repairs to heating apparatus, as per tender 335 00 

Cookson Plumbing Co.: repairing coil, etc., in parcel room 62 35 

Coughlan & Sons: steel, as per tender, $2,500; cartage, &c, $36 2,536 00 

Gravlin & Son: painting and kalsomining parcel room, $228; sundry $6.40, 234 40 

Hammond, John: shoring floors and roof, taking down main walls, fixing steel beams, and 
columns, reinforcing, laying birch floors, rearranging heating, &c, labour, $2,359.35, 
lumber, 7,350 ft. at $16, 9,228 at $15.50, 4,973 at $40, 2,900 ft. birch at $109; sundry supplies, 
&c, $343.68; alterations in parcel room, $550.84; alterations in customs long room, $243.43; 
alterations to letter boxes, &c, $175.17; fixing temporary partition leading to parcel room, 

$149.07; sundry labour, $252.37; sundry supplies, $177.96 5, 001 42 

Hinton Electric Co.: repairs to elevator, $245; running new circuit from basement to top, &c, 
$30; removing old motor and supplying new one, $75; sundry labour, 544 h. at 75c; four 4 

light' clusters, $24; 106 lb. wire, $53; sundry, $156.37 991 37 

Small payments: bricklayer, $5.60; painting, $5; plumbing, $9.40; smithwork, $17.88 37 88 

Travel and outlay: Wm. Henderson, $1.65; C. H. Hunter, $15 16 65 

Advertising 8 40 

Total, carried to page V— 7 9,223 47 



Victoria Sulphur Dioxide Fumigating Plant. 

Kensington Engine Works: voucher outstanding 2, 000 00 

Collector of Customs: voucher outstanding 600 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 2,600 00 



V— 92 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Williams Head Quarantine 'Station. $ els. 

Hunt, Ed., ($10,682.45)— 

Estimate one to Mar. 31, 1913, on $4,500 contract for bath-house, $2,573.10; less $253.20, 

drawback 2,320 00 

Estimate two to Mar. 31, 1913, on $5,584 contract for addition to first-class passenger build- 
ing, $5,132.04; less, $512.04, drawback 4,620 00 

Estimate two to Mar. 31, 1913, on $3,625 contract for recreation hall, $2,550.69; less, $250.69, 

drawback 2,300 00 

Estimate two to Mar. 31, 1913 on $3,050 contract for stewards' quarters, $1,563.75; less, 

$153.75, drawback 1,410 00 

Changing position of sewer from caretaker's house 32 45 

Albion Stove Works: installing 7 French ranges and coils 1, 178 00 

Gray, P. O.: painting interior and exterior of Capt. Riley's house, $235; repairing fences, $175; 
repairing guard fence and making two new guard boxes, $140; re-shingling lean-to of 
Japanese house, $50, of pilot house, $45; work at Dr. Watt's residence, painting interior 
and exterior, $895, installing two lavatories, $140, building bathroom and installing fix- 
tures, $303, patching plaster, $105, repairing verandah, $45, fixing chimney pots, $33, fixing 
room with closets and shelving, $110; sundry works, $160.50 2,436 50 

Gray & Skelton: repairing roof of superintendent's house: labour, $268.50; 386 1. ft. gutter, 
$40.50; sundry, $46.75 

Hinton Electric Co. : electric plant, with gasoline engine, &c 

Northern Electric Co.: cross arms, 4 pin, 25 at 40c, 6 pin, 54 at 50c; Wacco wpf. wire, 1,633 
lb., $303.54; reel, $6 

Pacific Sheet Metal Works: 70 sq. slates, $1,120; labour slating, $409.20; putting up conductors 
and valley, $85.30; sundry, $14 

Prior & Co., tar paper, $8; Wiggins, A. F., painting 2 smoke stacks, $35 

Skelton, R. P., clerk of works, Mar. 12-31, 1913, 16 d. at $5 

Smith & Russell: slating roofs of isolation hospital and convalescent ward 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co.: making 4 trucks, labour, $497.90, supplies, $219.17; sundry 
work, $25 

Wier,,G. A.: 30 ft. cedar poles, 6-8 in., 54 at $5.50 

Travel and outlay, Wm. Henderson 

Advertising '. 

Detailed with Quarantine Stations Maintenance (Page V— 200) 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



355 75 
1,945 00 


346 54 


1,628 50 

43 00 

80 00 

180 00 


742 07 

297 00 

4 60 

12 00 

1 30 00 


19,961 41 



Dominion Buildings, British Columbia, Generally: Renewals, &c. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V— 196) 12, 253 08 



Experimental Farms: New Buildings and Improvements, Tobacco curing Stations, 

Renewals, Repairs, &c. 

Bridgetown, N.S. {$226.16). 

Davidson, Jas., Ottawa: 2 roomed portable house, $180; freight, $21.91 20191 

Small payments: painting house, two coats, $14; desk $9; 3 chairs, $1 . 25 24 25 

Kentville, N.S. 

Taylor, J. & J. , safe 288 00 

Nappan, N.S. ($507.96). 

Repairing buildings, &c: labourers, 24 d. at $1.60, 8 d. at $1.50, 1,080 h. at 15c, 95 h. at 14c; 

painter, 30 h. at 35c 236 20 

Victor Wood Works: shingling house, $67; lumber, $14.70 81 70 

Small payments: fittings for dairy stable, $67.90; sawing lumber, $19.33; plumbing, $13.55; 

seed table, $12; sawing wood, 12 h. at 65c; cartage, $7.73; hardware, &c, $61.75 190 06 

Fredericton, N.B. ($529.04). 

Davidson, Jas., Ottawa: 2 roomed portable house, $180; freight, $13.94 193 94 

Taylor, J. & J., safe 288 00 

Small payments: desk, $25; office chair $13.50; card cabinet $8; sundry 60c 47 10 

Convey, Que. 

Davidson, Jas., Ottawa: 2 roomed portable house, $180; freight, $7.94 187 94 

Carried forward 1, 739 10 



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75 00 

117 02 

178 22 


388 63 
66 62 


862 69 
216 94 
128 80 



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Ex per 'mental Farms: New Buildings and Improvements, Tobacco curing Stations, $ cts. 
Renewals, Repairs, &c— Continued. 

Brought forward 1,739 10 

Cap Rouge, Que. ($6,087.64). 

Repairing buildings &c.: carpenters, painters, &c, 860 h. at 35c, 162 h. at 30c, 3,760 h. at 25c, 

1,450 h. at 20c; labourers, &c, $765.63 2, 

Clerk of works, J. Pothier, outlay 

Alain, Ed., 8 ft. cedar posts, 300 at 25c 

Blodeau.J.: shingles, 18 M. at S3. 10; Martineau, J. T., plumbing, &c, $61.22 

Derome, Ed.: Venetian paint, 5 cwt. at $4.50; oil, 50 gal. at $1.25; sundries $93.22 

Dorval, J. A.: Venetian paint, 12 cwt. at $4; white lead, 2|cwt. at $9; oil, 55 gal. at $1.25, 

10 gal. at $1; § in. pipe, 297 ft. at 12c; sundries $205.87 

Fenderson, John & Co.: cedar posts, 50-10 ft. at 16c, 617-8ft. at 9^c 

Gignac, Nap.: lumber, 8,228 ft. at $25, 16,526- 66 ft. at $23, 17,147 ft. at $22.50, 17,622 ft. $472.28; 

49 sashes with glass $309.20; sundries $109.64 _ 1, 

Labrecque, L. E.: shingles, 46 toise at $4.40; sundries $14.54 

Legare, P. T.: fencing, 240 rods at 39^c, 5 gates $34 

Pruneau & Co.: cement, 380 sacks at 50c; sacks, 380 at 10c; 2,250 bricks $25.75; sundries 

$16.01 269 76 

Pruneau, A. R.: cement, 100 sacks at 50c; sundries $17.15 67 15 

Small payments: stove $28; repairing furnace $26.60; 1,000 ft. spruce $22; sections, 6 at $3.50; 

erection of poles for phone $15.84; sundries $32.94 146 38 

Freight and Express: Can. Northern Ex. Co. $2.50; Can. Northern Quebec Ry. $212.70 215 20 

Sle. Anne de la Pocatiere, Que. ($856.05). 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet $19; 4 sections, top and base $18.50; sundries $30.55 68 05 

Taylor, J. & J., safe 288 00 

Ottawa Central Farm ($38,119.52). 

Matte, S. A.: construction of barn complete $6,500; floor partition and iron steps over furnace 

room $265; changing radiators $50; less paid in 1911-12, page V— 76, $4,740 2,075 00 

Taylor & Lackey: contract for addition and alteration to laboratory No. 1 complete $12,860; 

extra work $1,250; less paid in 1913-14, $9,150 4, 960 00 

Plumbing repairs ($3,262.29)— 

Engineer, A. Stratton, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $70 210 00 

Pipefitter, A. McDonald, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, less August 715 00 

Foreman $60; electricians $333.39; plumbers, labourers, &c $1,943.90 2,337 29 

General repairs ($7 , 900 . 38)— 

Foreman, J. B. Ker, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 2,716 h. at 41c 1,113 56 

Electrician, A. McDonald, Aug. 1912, 38 h. at 30c 11 40 

Bricklayer, 16 h. at 52c; carpenters and painters, 22,557 h. at 30c 6, 775 42 

Repairing fences &c: carpenters, labourers, &c, 330 h. at 21c, 2,006 h. at 19£c, 747 h. at 19c, 

4,857 h. at 18|c, 929 h. at 18c, 789 h. at 17|c, 1,386 h. at 17c, 513 h. at 16£c, 2,065 h. at 16c. 2,456 96 

Ackroyd, P., electrical supplies $94.61; White, J, H., drilling 128 ft. $256 350 61 

Band, J. P.: enamel sinks, 1 with drawboard $21, 1 with extra tap $15.44, 2 small $7.10; basin 

$13.35; bath $21.50; pipe, 95 ft. soil $25, coil lead $13.60; sundries $178.88 295 87 

Barrett Bros.: cement, 197 brl. $405.40, 16 bags $8.80; stone, 42.47 ton at $1.60; 29 loads sand 

$49.40; sundries $1 . 05; less bags returned, 736 at 10c 459 03 

Beatty Bros.: car track, carrier, &c $185; sundries $12.40 197 40 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 250 ft. r.c wire $49; panel board $41.75; electrical supplies $61.93 152 68 

Blakeney, H. G. & Co.: 1" spruce, 8,000 ft. at $27, 2,000 ft. at $25; 5,095 ft. lumber $203.43; 
30 casement frames, 20 light, sash and storm sash $115.50; 8 frames, 12 light, with sash 

$21.20; sundries $109.29; cartage $4.50 719 92 

Canada Foundry Co.; installing pump complete $134; bolts, &c $10 144 00 

Cowan & Brown: installing furnace $112; repairing roof, &c $34.40 146 40 

Currie & Livock: galv. pipe, 500 lb. 1" at 8c, 300 lb. \" at 6c; sundries $60.79 118 79 

Davidson, 'Jas.: flooring, 350 ft. l-2"at$52, 1,650 ft. lj"at$40; 48 window screens $72; 9 pr. screen 

doors, $47.50; 6 frames with sash $33; lumber, &c $103.49; cartage, $3 343 19 

Davidson, Jas., Estate of: doors, 7 pr. $70.75, 3 single, $15.25; lumber &c $197.87; cartage, $1.25 285 12 

De Laval Dairy Supply Co.: 18 ft.x30 ft,' silo with roof 284 00 

Dunlop Tireand Rubber Goods Co.: 2\" double jacket fire hose, 1,000 ft. at 95c; nozzles, 4 at 

$5; sundries, $4.20. . ._ _ 974 20 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: electrical supplies, as per contract $177.84; extra supplies $25.57; sundries 

$137.56 : 340 97 

Fleck, Alex.: improved hydrants with connections, 3 at $58; pig lead, 999 lb. at 6-S5c 242 43 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 5 h. p. induction motor $215; electrical supplies $254.98 469 98 

General Supply Co. of Canada: fire extinguishers, 25 at $10; hand power elevator, complete 

$230; sundries $11.40 : 491 40 

Gillespie, John: gravel, 200 cu. yd. at $1.75 350 00 

Carried forward 35, 203 41 



V— -C4 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Experimental Farms: New Buildings and Improvements, Tobacco-curing Stations, $ cts. 
Renewals, Repairs, &c— Continued . 

Brought forward 35, 203 41 

Ottawa Central Farm ($38,119.52)— Continued. 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co: lumber, 8,815 ft. at $32, 5,008 ft. at $22, 11,349 ft., $355.94; 2" battons, 

GOO lengths at 15c; shingles, 8,000 at $3; cartage $7.70; sundries $30. 31 900 21 

Gravelle, G. Geo. & Co.: shades, 32 at $1.25; sundries $27.50 67 50 

Gray.W.W.: Jumbo fence, 140 rods at 46c., 240 rods at 35c.; 3 gates $20.75; 169 15 

Grimm Manufacturing Co.: waterworker machine complete with counter shaft and pulleys 

§140; sundries $2 ._ 142 00 

Hitcldngs & Co: corrugated fire box boiler 297 00 

Lawson, Thos. & Sons: castings, 528 lb. at 5c, 3,031 lb. at 4c; 6" valves, 2 at $12; sundries 

$15.90 187 54 

Library Bureau of Canada: bookcases, 2 at $25.50; ends, &c. $5; 8 oak trays $16 72 00 

McLaughlin, Jas.: plastering walls, &c, 300 sq. yd. at 35c; plasterers, 119 h. at 55c, 32 h. at 

50c; labourers, 50 h. at 32c, 16 h. at 30c; material, &c $27.15 234 40 

McLennan, J. R.: pipe, 1,094 ft. \\" at 8c, 380 ft. f at 5c, 2,681 ft. $160.38; 240 crosses $54; 

labour, 108 h. at 70c; sundry plumbing, &c $180.63 577 13 

Mason, G. M.: 9,554ft. lumber $264.44; cartage $3.50 267 94 

Mulhall Hardware, Ltd.: fence, 400 rds. Page $176, 250 ft. lawn $50; 6 ft. netting, 7 rolls at $4.50; 
35 rolls tarred paper $24.50; linofelt, 5 rolls at $4.75; iron, 35 sheets at 65c; 60 lengths pipe 
$15; sundry hardware $496.92 840 42 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co: cabinets, 3 upright at $28.50, 3, $21, $14.50, $11, 9, $43.70; sections, 
letter size $27, 2 at $22, 1 $21, 3 at $18, 2 at $16.50, 2 at $15, 2 at $13, 1 $12, 14 $73.60; desk 
$50; bookcase $15; chairs, 4 tilters at $7.75, cane $7.50, 2 arm at $5, 10 side at $3.75; bases, 
tops, &c. $63.25; folders, 4 setts $24.39, 4,500 $52.70; sundries $129.20 916 84 

Ontario May-Oatway Fire Alarms: fire extinguishers, 75 at $10.25, 76 at $8.75; charges, 150 at 

25c 1,471 25 

Ottawa Hardware Co.: galv. iron, 40 sheets at 85c; labour, 68 h. at 75c, 40 h. at 65c; hard- 
ware $18.94 129 94 

Ottawa Paint Works: 55 gal. boiled oil $55.50; 600 lb. white lead $46.25; green medium, 125 lb. 

at $15; glass $76.65; sundries $78.06 : 275 2 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: typewriter desks, 3 at $45, 3, $66.50, $35, $25.48; units, 4 at $19.25, 2 
at $13, 3, $38.75, $30, $25; bookcases, 1 $36, 2 at $7.50; table $25; sections, 2 at $14.50, 5, 
$19.53; storage base with lock $21; folders, 3,000 at $8.50, 200, $3.20; chairs, 2 at $6.50, 1, 
$10, 6 at $2.50; sundry fitting guides, &c, $173.91 844 87 

Pedlar People: 61 sq. roofing $259.25; hardware, &c $31.14 290 39 

Savage & MacDonell Co.: spruce, 4,586 ft. $345, 8,000 ft. at $28; pine, 8,270 ft. white at $22, 
10,217 ft. at $20; 3,571 ft. asst. lumber $108.59; shingles, 29 M. at $3.50; cartage $15; sund- 
ries $30.16 1, 210 53 

Storr, J.: 115 gal. boiled oil $133; 1,400 lb. white lead $107.25; 22 gal. turpentine $21.50; 

sundry paint, brushes, &c, $230.84 492 59 

Wright & Co.: stone, 157-595 ton at $1.60, 72| ton spawl at 90c; cement, 133 brl. at $2.20; pipe, 

1,264 ft. 12" soil at 55c, drain, 550 ft. at 10c; sundries $15.45 1,375 33 

Small payments: force pump and cylinder $35.30; cleaning chimneys, 58 at 75c; 2,000 brick 

$23.50; car fare $20; cow bowls, 12 at $1.60; hardware $86.42; sundries $108.74 336 66 



St. Catharines, Ont. ($112.60). 

Logan's: linoleum $27.50; case $21; desk $20; 2 chairs $13.25; sundry fittings $18.45 100 20 

Thompson, W. S., erecting laboratory 12 40 

Brandon, Man. ($272.84). 

Brown & Mitchell: 2 gates $13; repairing eavetrough$10.80; sundries $35.66 59 46 

McDiarmid & Clark: lumber, 1,208 ft. at $29, 2,241 ft. $66.30; sundries $14.55 115 89 

Small payments: repairing and whitewashing stables $52.80; flat top desk $23; plumbing, &c, 

$15.75; electrical supplies $5.94 97 49 

Indian Head, Sash ($21,599.78). 

Hamilton, A. B.: est. No. 7 to July 18, 1913, on $33,000 contract for erection of barn and stables 

$29,890; less $2,980 drawback and $10,370 paid in lyl3-14 16, 540 00 

Kerr, W. K.: foreman, 436| h. at 55c , , 240 03 

Simmons, A. H.: inspector of building, 420 h. at 50c, carpenter, 350|h. at 60c, 39} h. at 50c 440 05 

Plasterers, 250 h. at 60c; carpenters, 178 h. at 50c; painters, 452-61 h. at 40c; labourers, &c, 

60h.at37^c,846fh.at30c, 36h.at25c 705 58 

Canada Paint Co., paint, oils, &c 169 96 

Carried forward 64,783 40 



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Experimental Farms: New Buildings and Improvements, Tobacco-curing Stations, $ cts. 
Renewals, Repairs, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 64, 783 40 

Indian Head, Sask. ($21 ,599. 73)— Concluded. 

Conn, Jas.: flooring, 3,712 ft. at $40; spruce, &c, 10,330 ft. at $27; 3,617 ft. lumber $106.31; 

shingles, 9 M. ab $4; sundries $19.50 589 16 

Natanason, A., office desk and chair : 50 00 

Pratt Hardware Co.: installing furnace in foreman's house $167, in office $128; 14 ft. gates, 5 

at $10; hardware $239.34 584 34 

Sherwood, A. W.: cedar, 3,160 ft. at $45; cribbing. 2,472 ft. at $35; lumber, 9,699 ft. at $27, 
sundry $450.39; shingles, 41| M. at $4; cement, 78 bags at $1; porches, 8 at $6.75; wood 
fibre, 9 bags at $1.25, 26 bag* at $1; 12 windows with storm sash $76.20; sundries $208.14... . 1,561 57 

Simmons, A. H.: window frames, 10 at $3; sundries, $69.88 99 88 

Spearman, G. A.: painting as per contract, office $40, implement building $29; 5 gal. varnish 

$11 .25 80 25 

Starr, D. H.: wiring, stable, 20 points at $3.50, office, 10 points at $2.75; sundries, $13 110 50 

Willson Stationery Co.: 2 cabinets $68; 2 desks, $42, $38; table $16; chairs, tilter, $8.50, 4 

side $28,- sundries $29.25 229 75 

Small payments: gravel, 128 Ids. at 50c; sand, 44 Ids. at $1; building foundation for veran- 
dah $18.85; repairing plaster $10; sundries $61.78 198 63 

Rosthern, Sask. ($706.30). 

Carpenter, Wm. Kirk, services, 24 d. at $2. 10 50 40 

Friesen, I. P.: heater $27; 2 gates, $14; sundries $35.65 76 65 

Reliance Lumber Co.: lumber, 1,864 ft. at $28; 8 ft. cedar posts, 165 ft. at 35c; sundries $8.50. 118 45 

Sanderson, Jas. A.: 13,975 ft. lumber at $25; shingles$3.75 ! 353 02 

Small payments: papering, etc, $46.83; poles, 440 at 6c; sundries $34 . 55 107 78 

Lacombe, Alta. ($599.19). 

Campbell, A. M.: raw oil, 30 gal. at $1.65; repairing pump $19.05; gutter, 90 ft. at 15c; 

sundries $36.77 118 82 

Kent, A. W., painting dwelling, 2 coats, as per contract 125 00 

Lacombe Furniture Store (E. Titsworth, prop.): desk $48.50; chairs, tilter $19.50, 1 at 

$9.60; book case $21; table $3.75 102 35 

Lumber: Atlas Lumber Co. $71 .93; Vickers-Garland Lumber & Coal Co. $54.77 126 70 

Small payments: labour, 264 h. $49.90, 35 h. at 50c, 65 h. at 20|c; flush tank, $13; repairing 

pump $8; sundries $24.60 126 32 

Lethbridge, Alta. ($522.17). 

Bawden Bros.: 3 beds, springs, bedding, etc 69 45 

Becker & Yates: 2,872 ft. lumber $74.02; sundries $1 . 20 75 22 

Hales, A. W.: 19 storm sash, complete, as per agreement 114 00 

McKeown Hardware Co.: 440 rods fence $198; sundries $1.35 199 35 

Small payments: 8 gal. raw oil $12; hardware, paint, &c. $32.20; sundries $19.95 64 15 

Agassiz, B.C. ($10,318.34). 

Foremen, Mar., 1912^Jan. 1913: G. Fraser, 64J d. at $5, 369 h. at 62|c; J. MacRae, 63 d. at $5. 866 87 

Carpenters, 132-01 d. at $4.25; labourers, 40| d. at $2.50, 386-525 d. at $2, 345 h. at 20§c; 

man and team, 25-9 d. at $6; plumbers, &c, 54-1 d. at $5, 61£ d. at $4; teamsters, 164 d. at 

$2.35; sundry labour $249. 62 2,811 99 

Abbotsford Timber & Trading Co., Ltd.: lumber, 3,251 ft. at $34, I ft. at $29, 7,720 ft. 

at $16, 8,660 ft. at $15, 8,931 ft. at $14, 14,925 ft. at $12.50, sundry $5-*o.82; shingles, 17 M. 

at $2.'25; freight $20.40; sundries $162.26 1,676 73 

Beatty Bros. : iron fittings for stable, $885; sundries $34; less, paid in 1911-12, page V-75, $600. 319 00 

Brown- Jamison Co.: 100 sacks cement $85.25; lugs for silo hoop, 44 at 42c; root cooler $35; 

sundries $18. 50 157 23 

Crane Co.: 5^ ft. bath $35; sundry plumbing material $49.85 84 85 

Flett, J. A., hardware, $94.94; Smythe, F. D., plumbing, &c, $81.04 175 98 

Lees, Ltd.: inlaid linoleum, 30 yd. at $1.50; desks, 2 at $15; chairs, 2 office, $18, $8, set 

dining room $14 115 00 

McRae, D. J.: reshingling barn $535; painting farm buildings, 4,454 sq. yd., 2 coats, at 26c, 

155 sq. yd., 1 coat, at 12c; 50f h. labour $28.40; paint, 8 gal. at $2.15; putty $2. 10 1,759 34 

Prior, E. G., & Co.: 480 rds. Page fence $279.80; Page gates, 7 at $8.32 i 2 at $7.87§, 2 at $3.82*; 

1" iron pipe, 700 ft. at 9Jc; W hose, 150 ft. $42.50; building paper, 20 rolls at 65c, 10 rolls, 

2 ply, at $3.50; roofing, 10 sqs. at $3.25; sundries $144.91 695 89 

Carried forward 78, 778 02 



V— 96 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Experimental Farms: New Buildings and Improvements, Tobacco curing Stations, $ cts. 
Renewals, Repairs, &c— Concluded. 

Brought forward 78, 778 02 

Agassiz, B.C. — Concluded. 

Trapp, T.J. & Co.: cement, 100 sacks $68.75, 150 brl. at $2.55; shafting in barn and dairy 

$187.33; freight and express $82.87; sundries $47.03 768 48 

Walsh Sash and Door Co.: 29 windows $63. 19; sash doors, &c. $94.25 157 44 

Webster, Alex. C: 4,550 ft. lumber $66.95; heater $42; 8 rolls roofing $35.20; oil cloth, 8 

rolls at $3; 11 M. shingles $28; hardware, &c. $214.15 410 30 

Freight and express: Can. Pac. Ry. Co. $273.21, less $18 refunded, chair damaged in transit; 

Dom. Ex. Co. $8. 15 263 36 

Small payments: hardware $22.40; wall paper $10.40; felt $10; sundries $13.08 5588 

Generally ($4,526.42). 

King's Printer's account $116.85; advertising $388.31 505 16 

Detailed in 1911-12, page V— 75 4,021 26 

Total, carried to page V— 7 84, 959 90 

Fire Escapes for Dominion Buildings. 

Montreal Custom House and Exam. Warehouse ($615.40) — 

Campbell, M. M.: erecting 32 fire escapes 60 00 

Can. Fire Appliance Co.: 33 Davy fire escapes $495; 1,166 ft. cable $58.30; freight $2.10. . 555 40 
Montreal Post Office ($503.35)— 

Campbell, M. M. : erecting 25 fire escapes 40 00 

Can. Fire Appliance Co.: 25 Davy fire escapes $375; 1,731 ft. cable $86.55; freight $1.80 463 35 

St. Jerome: Monette, S.: fire escape, as per tender 325 00 

St. Johns, Que.: Can. Fire Appliance Co.: 3 Davys $45; 112 ft. cable $7.84; freight, $1.16. . 54 00 

Thetford Mines: Hebert, J. S.: fire r escape, as per tender 80 00 

Rossland, B.C.: Westminster Iron Works: fire-escape, as per tender 320 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 1, 897 75 



Flags for Dominion Buildings. 

Bromley & Hague, 2 jacks $23.63; Madill Bros., 2 ensigns $20 43 63 

Grant, Holden, Graham, Ltd.: flags, 6 ft., 6 at $1.85, U ft., 12 at $2.97, 9 ft., 16 at $3.50, 10£ 

ft., 3 at $4.75, 12 ft,, 24 at $5.85; 12 Jacks at $8.50, 12 at $2.85 393 59 

MacKenzie & Co.: 3 standards $67; 3 Governor General flags $17.70; flags, 9 ft., 42 at $3.40, 

48 at $4.40, 12 at $5.40,6 ft., 49 at $2.80, 12 ft., 63 at $6.75, 15 ft., 15 at $10 1,215 95 

Richard Bros., flag $15; Woods Ltd., 6 jacks $45. 90 60 90 

Robinson Co. : 3 flags 30 00 

Smart-Woods Ltd.: jacks, 9 ft., 24 at $3.30, 12 ft., 12 at $5.40, 15 ft., 12 at $7.80 237 60 

Express, D. E. Co , 90 

Total, carried to page V— 7 1, 982 57 



Immigration Buildings: Construction and Repairs. 

Quebec Hospital: Canada Floors, Limited: laying sarco and asbestos flooring, as per tender. . 2,750 00 
Roberval ($351.85)— 

Conductor of work, J. Poitias: services, Oct. 30-Dec. 20, 1912, 25f d. at $3; outlay $1.14. . 78 39 

Carters $26.38; labourers $62.70 89 08 

Otis, L. E.: building paper, $18; lumber, 2,057 ft. at $15; sundry, $15.06 63 92 

St. Pierre, Eug.: spruce lumber, 2,905 ft. at $17.50; sundry, $20.05 70 89 

Small payments: hardware $13.46; labour $22.35; sand $8.60; sundry $5.16 49 57 

Emerson, Man. ($133)— 

Tolton, D. A.: walk in front of building 33 00 

Tolton & Smith: alteration to hall $40; painting floors $60 100 00 

Biggar, Sask.: Mollard, W. T.: travel and outlay 24 25 

Kerrobert: Ellis, W. S.: coal shed $112; reservoir in kitchen $25; sundry $19 156 00 

Saskatoon: Linis, J. W. : digging basement 5 00 

Calgary, Alta.: Lewthwaite, M., see Calgary Immigration Building (Page V— 85) 396 00 

Viking, Alta.: Thompson, T. W.: water tank 45 00 

Detailed in 1911-12, V-72 8,296 52 

Total, carried to page V— 7 12, 157 62 



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Public Buildings Generally. $ cts. 

Leamington Public Building: ($1,336)— 

Leslie & McNeill: contract complete $15,230, changes, as per tender $3,376; less, paid to 
Leslie & McNeill, 1908-9, V— 81, $1,200, 1909-10, V— 47, $9,860, paid to W. H. Pulley- 
blank, 1910-11, V— 51, $3,900, paid to creditors of Leslie & McNeill, V— 51, 1911-12, 
$2,327.50. Paid to creditors in 1912-13 $2,755.88; less security deposit cheque $1,419.88 

(paid to creditors in excess of amount owing to Leslie & McNeill $17.50) 1, 336 00 

Bogue Electric Co., New York: 4 arc lamps $200; 100 pr. carbons $5 215 00 

Campbell, N. W.: 5 lbs. silver nitrate $40; sundry $23.85 63 85 

Topley Co.: 7 gross velox $63; 2 lb. metol $20; 21 rolls films $8.40; sundry photographic work 

$31.85 123 25 

Small payments: 4 felt pads $32.85; 6 lbs. 11 oz. tubing $11.67; plate glass $24.57; sundry $16.11 . . 85 20 

Collector of Customs: duty on Bogue invoice $65.25; entries $1.50 66 75 

Legal services: A. Cabano, Joliette, $22.40, A. D. Mcintosh, Humboldt $20.10 42 50 

Travel and outlay of officials at Ottawa: J. B. Charleson $181.50, less $100, page V— 76, 1911-12; 

D. Ewart $125.30; J. A. Ferguson $3.95; T. W. Fuller $27.35; P. S. Gregory $42.70; D. A. 

Hewitt $49.05; C. H. Hunter $396.60; Jas. Johnston $63.80; J. B. Lamb $14.20; P. A. Lefort 

$29.45; Wm. Mansfield $765.74; D. J. Mullarkey $385.64; F. X. Paquet $352.75; J. H. 

Ralph $325.98; J. Shearer $48.60; A. R. Shehyn $323.01; J. A. Thompson $84.85; R. C. 

Wright $221.75 3,342 22 

Travel of clerk of works, G. S. Gingras, Montreal .« 66 35 

Freight and express: Can. Exp. Co. $110.07; Dom. Exp. Co. $132.79; sundry $7.67 250 53 

Telegrams: Can. Pac. Ry. $898.99; G.N.W. Tel. Co. $352.56 1,251 55 

Advertising $11.20; King's Printer $459.79; Stationery Office $2,533.71 3, 004 70 

Vouchers outstanding: D. A. Hewitt $85; W. J. Hickey $70; G. N. Hutchison $30; J. B. Lamb 

$5.80; J. A. Thompson $33 : 223 80 

Detailed with Quebec Citadel (Page V— 55) 50 00 

Total 10, 121 70 

Less, refunded in error, see Dundas Public Building (Page V— 60) 30 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 10,091 70 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Elevator Attendants. 

Archives: J. Bureau, 12 m. at $60, less $21.29 for 11 d. in Jan 698 71 

Canadian Building: ($2,946.75)— 

Charette, C: 12 m. at $60; overtime $16.89 736 89 

Lortie, M.: 3 m. to June 30 at $60; overtime $2.50 182 50 

McFadden, C: 12 m. to March 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Piche, Jos.: May 6 to Mar. 31 at $60, $609.68; half of back-time, Dec, 1911, to May, 1912, 

$159.68 ' 769 36 

Denis, Arthur: July 1, 1912, to Mar. 31, 1913, less 1 d. in Sept 538 00 

Customs, Albert St: Janvier Trepanier: 12 m. at $60; half of back time, Jan.-Feb., 1912, $49.65 769 65 

East Block: $1,070.32)— 

Drapeau, Arthur: Jan. 6 to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 170 32 

Rioux, J. B.: 4 m. at $65, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $80 900 00 

Langevin Block: elevator attendants, 12 m. at $60: A. Brunet, $720; Thos. Caron, $720; 
P. Kilduff $720, overtime $2.50; W. Palen $720; Nap. Proulx $720, overtime $1; Lg. 

Remillard $720, overtime $1.50 4,325 00 

Langevin Block: Pumps: 

Marshall, W., engineer: 12 m. at $70; arrears for March, 1912, $5 845 00 

Cyr, E., fireman: 10 m. to Jan. 31 at $00; arrears for March, 1911, $5 605 00 

Heatherington, C, fireman: Feb.-Mar., 1913, at $60 120 00 

Militia: J. Beaulne: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Mines: Jas. Graham: Feb.-Mar., 1913, at $60 120 00 

Museum: ($1,498.07)— 

Blondeau, P.: at $60, April 1 to May 25, 1912, $108.39; retirement $60 168 39 

Johnson, D.: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Larocque, F.: May 27, 1912, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 609 68 

Parliament Buildings ($3,703.81)— 

Chevrier, A.: 12 m. at $60; overtime $28.25; 5 d. in Jan., 1912, $9.68 757 93 

Hotte, J.: 12 m. at $60; overtime $38.50 758 50 

Lavoie, Thos.: 12 m. at $60; overtime $27.38 747 38 

Phillips, Thos.: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Viau, H.: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Post Office ($2,243.86)— 

Godard, J.: 12 m. to March 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Lebel, E. J.: 12 m. at $60; overtime $10.50 730 50 

Stoate, J. R.: Feb. 1 to March 4, 1913, at $60 67 74 

Whalen, J.: 12 m. at $60; overtime $5.62 725 62 

Railway Commission: R. Johnston: 4 m. to July 31, 1912, at $70; 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60. . 760 00 

Carried forward 20,426 17 

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Ottawa Public Buildings: Elevator Attendants— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 20, 426 17 

Regal building: Geo. Vogan: 12 m. at $60, less 3 d. in Sept., 1912. T 714 00 

Robinson Building: ($787.71)— 

Blondeau, P.: at $60, Oct. 6 to Mar. 31, $350.32; overtime $17.39 367 71 

Wilson, Archie: Sept. 1, 1912, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 420 00 

Seybold Building: ($588.39)— 

McCarthy, Michael J.: April 1 to Dec. 31, 1912, at $60 540 00 

Stoate, J. R.: 25 d. in Jan., 1913, at $60 48 39 

West Block: 4 men, 12 m. at $60: W. Lachapelle, W. Lewis, W. H. Quigg, D. St. Jean, each $720 2,880 00 

Woods Building ($2,180.52)— 

Connolly, W. S.: 12 m. to March 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Mercier, H.: 12 m. at $60; overtime $20.52 7.40 52 

Pelletier, E.: 12 m. to March 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Relief elevator attendants at $60: A. Baker $720, overtime $38.07; A. Enright $92; H. Goyette 
$603.88, overtime $13.75; Jas. Graham $158; F. Jacques $238.07, overtime $5.25; T. Flado- 
neau $274.07, overtime $13.51; Geo. Lafontaine $720, overtime $23.75; P. Lamirande $360; 
Andre Landry $3; M. Lortie $276, overtime $33.01; C. McConnell $720; W. McEwan $108.39, 
retirement $60; N. Seguin $276; F. K. Sowder $109.28; Arthur St. Denis $40; half back-time 
from Dec. 11 to June, 1912, $172.52; Geo. Tessier $396, overtime $1; I. Trepanier $720; 
W. G. Wiley $109.28 6,284 83 

Elevator-attendants at $60, April 1 to4, 1912: 6 payments 54 50 

Total, carried to page V— 7 33,916 12 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Gas and Electric Light. 

American Electric Co., Toronto: tungsten lamps 110 v., 40 w., 1,000 at 61c, 2,000 at 42c 1,450 00 

Canadian Alexalite: 110 v. tungsten lamps, 500 w., 2 at $5, 7 at $4.75; 250 w., 18 at $2 79 25 

Canadian Tungsten Lamp Co.: Ed. "Nulite" clear lamps, 110 v., 40 c.p., 5,000 at 38c 1,900 00 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: Mazda lamps, 40 watt, 100 at 75c, 500 at 55c, 60 watt, 100 at 95c, 
100 watt, 124 at $1.25, 168 at $1.10; 150 watt, 24 at $2.15, 24 at $1.80; 250 w., 48 at $3; 
Sunbeam lamps, 10 c.p., 104 v., 50 at 23c; tubular lamps, 3 at 24c; inside globes, 9 doz. at 

$3 .50 i 1 , 067 32 

Grand Trunk Railway System: electric current supplied premises occupied by the Board of 
Railway Commissioners, Nov. 1, 1911-Feb. 28, 1913, 11,320 k.w.h. at 6c; meter rental, 

$1 . 17 680 37 

Hiscott, W. E., caretaker of Laurier Bridge, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 60 00 

Modern Electric and Manufacturing Co. : 40 watt tungsten lamps, 110 v., 200 at 65c 130 00 

Moxley, S. N.: 200 tungsten lamps 130 00 

McCallum, W. R.: voucher outstanding 50 00 

National Engineering Co. : 40 watt lamps, 2,000 at 45c . / 900 00 

Nicolas, F., & Co., Montreal: lamps, 40 w. 110 v. wire drawn, 3,500 at 35c, sundry, 4 at 

50c, 4 at 55c 1, 229 20 

Ottawa City, Municipal Electric Department ($7,044.08)— 

Blackburn Building: Jan. 15-Dec 31, 1912, at $2 per 16 c.p. lamp 449 58 

Canadian Building, Slater St.: at $2 per 16 c.p. lamp, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1911, $8, 15 m. to 

Dec 31, 1912, $3,287.50; arc lamp, 15 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, $30 3,325 50 

Egan Estate Building: 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, at $2 per 16 c.p. lamp . . . 4 50 

Rideau Club Building: June 29-Dec 29, 1912, at $2 per 16 c.p. lamp 54 00 

Robinson Building: 3 m. to Dec 31, 1912, at $2 per 16 c.p. lamp 105 00 

Woods Building, Queen St.: 15 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, at $2 per 16 c.p. lamp 518 00 

Woods Building, Slater St.: at $2 per 16 c.p. lamp, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1911, $80, 15 m. to Dec. 

31, 1912, $2,267.50; arc lamp, 15 m. to Dec 31, 1912, $30 2,377 50 

Whiteway, 13 m. to Oct. 1, 1913: Queen and O'Connor Sts., $42.90, Queen and Metcalfe Sts., 

$42.90, 138-142 Queen St., $42.90, 63-66 Queen Sts., $21.45 150 15 

Whiteway: 155 Sparks St., 14 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, $46.20; 204 Wellington St., 12 m. to 

June 1, 1912, $9.90; 11H Rideau St., 15 m. to June 30, 1912, $3.75 59 85 

Ottawa Electric Co. lighting, tungstens and carbons, reduced to standard 16 c.p., 12 m. to 
March 31, 1913, at $1.75: House of Commons, 3,230^, Senate, 1,5271, Library, 678, 
Tower and grounds, 503, West Block, 2,436, East Block, 1,172§, Langevin Block, 1,446, 
Printing Bureau, 2,046, Post Office, 761^, Victoria Museum, 816, Trafalgar Building, 
446j, Royal Observatory, 397, Regal Building, 324, Harris and Campbell Building, 
302f, Supreme Court, 282|, Corry Building, 262, Archives, 253£, Naval Service, 170, 
Imperial Building, 169|, Surveyor General's Office, 166, Customs, 161, Customs Labor- 
atory, 21, Art Gallery, 150, Birks Building, 150, Royal Mint, 146, Justice Department, 
(Nagle Building) 107, Secretary's Branch of Interior Department, 94, Conservation 
Commission, 78, Laurier Ave. Bridge, 69, Interior Department, 124-128 Queen St., 89, Fuel 
Testing Plant, 48, N. W. M. P. Stores, 42, Commissioner of Exhibitions, 35, Mines Branch 
(Wellington St.) 24, Observatory (Cliff St.), 21, Agriculture Department (Albert and 
Lyon Sts.) 20, Mines Branch (Sparks St.) 18, Mines Branch (Interior Department) 16, 
Major's Hill Park Greenhouse, 12, Government Greenhouse, 11, Victoria Chambers, 11, 
Interior Department (Sparks St.) 8, Marine and Fisheries (Sparks St.) 4: total 18,725i 
lights 32, 769 09 

Carried forward 47, 489 31 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 99 
SESSIONAL PAPER :No. 1 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Gas and Electric Light— Concluded. $ eta, 

Brought forward 47, 489 31 

Ottawa Electric Co.: lighting, tungstens and carbons, reduced to standard 16 c.p., at 
$1.75 per annum ($264.98)— 

6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: Surveyor General, 1, Fish Hatchery, 5, Victoria Island, 3 7 88 

3 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: Inland Revenue, (Victoria Island) 41, P.W. Dept. (Victoria Island) 
5, Marine and Fisheries (Vittoria St.) 37, Trafalgar Building, 7, Royal Observatory, 

3, P.O. Garage (Wellington St.) 2 41 58 

Auditor General, (McNeil Building) 31 lights, 17 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 76 84 

French Translators, 20 1., 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1912 26 25 

Inland Revenue, 508 Sussex St., 50 lights, 7 m. to Aug. 15, 1912 51 04 

Militia Department, Rideau St., 95 lights, 3 m. to January 10, 1913 41 57 

Naval Service, 34 lights, Dec. 1, 1911-Mar. 31, 1912 19 82 

Ottawa Electric Co., sundry ($1,690.87)— 

Arc lights, at $50 per annum: 27 for 12 m. to March 31, 1913; 2 for 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912 1,400 00 

Wellington St.: 100 w tungstens: 15 for 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $4.37 per annum 32 78 

Major's Hill Park: 100 w. tungstens: 120 lights = 300 16 c.p. tungstens at $1.75 per annum: 

2\ m. to Dec. 31, 1912 109 37 

Biological Laboratory: 86 h.p. for arc light, 3 m. to Mar. 26, 1913 4 30 

Inland Revenue, Queen St.: lighting Aug. 30, 1910 to Mar. 7, 1913, k. watt hours 144 42 

Perkins Electric Co., Montreal: 110 v. 40 watt drawn wire tungsten lamps, 300 at 36c. express, 

99c ' 108 99 

Trudeau, Arthur: ($2,804.80)— 

Sunbeam tungsten lamps: 40 watt, 1,750 at 60c; 60 watt, 1,000 at 75c 1,800 00 

Madza lamps, 40.w., 500 at 60c; glowers, 210 v., 1,500 at 42c 930 00 

Cored carbons, \ x 9§, 1,000 at $27.30; 16 c.p. lamps, 250 at 19c 74 80 

Freight, $8, sundry, $1.80 -, 9 SO 

Detailed in 1911-12 (Page V-78) 8, 705 42 



Total ; 61 , 074 17 

Less, charged to Ottawa Buildings: Power, etc (Page V— 130) 1, 358 08 

Discounts (Page V— 120) 56 29 1,414 37 



Total, carried to Page V— 7 59, 659 80 



Ottawa Public Buildings: Grounds. 

Foreman of grounds, Thos. E. Davis, 12 m. to March 31, 1913 1,459 92 

Assistant foreman, G. W. Rennie: 9 m. at $1,000, 3 m. at $1,200 1,049 97 

Florists: J. Rowley, 12 m. at $56.27; D. A. Smith, 12 m. at $56.27, night work and watering, 

41 d. at $1 . 33 i 1, 405 01 

Gardener: Elie Gagne, 12 m. at $56.27, 42 nights at $1.33 731 10 

Gardeners, m. at $56.27: D. Kemp, Dec-Mar., less 2 d., $219.53; Geo. Munroe, Dec-Mar., 

$225.08 444 61 

Labourers: D. Kemp, G. Munroe, each 6 days in Nov. at $1.85 22 20 

Labourer at $60 a month: M. Lortie 311 88 

Labourers at $54 a month: J. Chartrand $377.20, A. Fauteux $361.20, A. Fortier $323.22, 

J. B. Huard $371.87, J. Langlois $381.19, W. Portugais $461 . 70 2,276 38 

Labourers at $47.25 a month: A. Cuddie $213.50, T. Dugal $141.75, W. J. Davis $469, H. J. 

Egan $339.50, C. Goyette $236.25, Jos. Hayden $355.25, S. Huard $102.28, J. Labelle 

$329.90, X. Lortie $126, N. Millaire $331.06 2,644 49 

Carters at $74.25 a month: Mrs. A. Gagne $891, W. Lynch $668.25, Mrs. S. Sauve $860. 75.... 2,420 00 

Watchman at $60, Geo. Burk: Mav 1 to Oct. 31, 1912 360 00 

Labourers: 13 d. at $2, 47-38 d. at $1.90, 27 d. at $1.75 163 26 

Wages, detailed under Ottawa Buildings, Repairs (Page V — 105) 2, 538 67 

Dupuy & Ferguson, Montreal: bulbs for: Major's Hill Park $426.90, Government Hill grounds 

$555 .60 982 50 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: wall tile, 128 ft. of 3x6 at 40c; sundry material, $6; cartage, $1; labour, 

77 h. at 60c, 77 at 50c 142 90 

Enright, J. J.: 100 ft. fencing in place $60, 65 ft. netting $3.25 63 35 

Esmonde's: strong willow tree baskets, 24 at $3.50; sundry, $18.05 102 05 

Graham Bros.: flowers, bulbs, seeds, etc 524 18 

Graham, John: supplying sod, 6,720 yd. at 10c; ferns, 1,000 at 5c; trees, 11 maple and 4 

elm at $3 767 00 

Lawson, Thos., & Sons, iron castings, etc 73 09 

Luke Bros., Montreal ($560.84)— 

Majors' Hill Park: 500 hardy perennial asters, 1 doz. clematis 135 00 

Government Hill grounds: 200 ampelopsis $50, 7£ doz. plants $57 107 00 

Archives grounds: 80 shrubs, 50 hedging, 10 evergreens, 155 ornamental trees 318 84 

Martin, J. S., & Co.: hay, oats, beans, etc 253 05 

Mulhall Hardware Co.: lawn mowers, 18 in., 6 at $12.45, 24 in., 1 at $24; sundry, $15.45 114 15 



Carried forward 19, 410 50 

1— 7jv 



V— 100 AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Grounds— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 19,410 50 

Oit, Robt.: wire and iron enclosure for switch board and motors in Major's Hill light room. 147 00 

Scrim's: sundry bulbs, plants, etc 116 40 

Wright, R. H.: sundry plants, bulbs, etc 71 67 

Sundry payments: hardware $66. 52, lumber $51 .08, 9 doz. inner globes $30.87, 48 lights glass 
$21.36, elec. supplies $17.53, 70 gal. gasoline $15.95, horseshoeing $14.50, 40 ft. ext. ladder 

$12, sundry $72 . 09 ■ 301 90 

20,047 47 

Less— Discounts (Page V— 120) 3 87 

Total, carried to page V— 7 20,043 60 



Ottawa Buildings: Heating, including Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, Caretakers, &c. 

Heney (John) & Son: coal supplied under contracts ($70,270.44) — 

Contract of 1911-12, coal supplied to April 25, 1913: cannel, 315-87 net tons at $8.70; egg, 
649-29 tons at $6.90; furnace, 8,419-73 tons at $6.70; smith's, 10-06 tons at $7; stove, 
227-31 tons at $6.90; less $57,198.20 paid in 1911-12 (shown in detail at page V— 81 of 

1911-12 Report) 8, 081 03 

Additional supply under contract of 1911-12: April 1 to June 27, 1912: egg, 95-12 net tons 

at $6.90; furnace, 956-93 tons at $6.70; stove, 23 • 375 tons at $6 . 90 7,299 05 

Contract of 1912-13, coal supplied to June 4, 1913: egg, 751-25 net tons at $6.65; furnace 
(Lackawanna anthracite), 8,502 tons at $6.09; stove, 255-205 tons at $6.65; blue 

grass cannel, 308-55 tons at $7; total, $60,628.46; less $5,668.10 paid in 1913-14 54,900 36 

Argue & McColl: kindling-wood, 23 cords at $4.25, 2i at $4.30, 27£ at $4.75; millwood, 4 

cords at $3 . 50, 45 at $4; sundry $10 . 78 443 91 

Barrett Bros.: millwood, 6 co'rds at $3.50, 12 at $4, 13 cords 3-cut at $5.25; hardwood, 2-cut 

and split, 2 cords at $8.75, 1J at $9; sundry $44.30 212 55 

Barrett Bros.: millwood, 10| cords at $4, 6 of 3-cut at $5.25, 1| of 3-cut at $5.50, 1 of 3-cut at 

$5.75; hardwood, 2-cut and split, 1 cord $9 96 50 

Church, G. C: inspecting Govt, coal-scale at Canal Basin, July 4, 1912 3 50 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd.: wood, 19 cords at $3.25 61 75 

Eimer & Amend: No. 100 Freas oven, complete, with regulator, &c, voltage 105, $75; less, 

half charged to "Ottawa River Storage: Construction," $37.50 37 50 

Heney (John) & Son: coal supplied outside of contract ($3,919.71) — 

Birdseye, 595-815 net tons at $4.75 2,830 14 

Egg, 90f tons at $7.50; stove, 45 tons at $7.50 1,018 14 

Stove, bagged and carried, 4£ tons, $36.70; sundry coal, 5-58 tons, $34.73 71 43 

Heney (John) & Son: millwood, 13§ cords at $5; hardwood, 10 cords, $68 .75 136 25 

Independent Coal Co.: ($1,214.96) — 

Coal, net tons: furnace, 102-6 at $7.50; egg, 41i at $7.75; 4 tons sundry, $29.75 1,118 96 

Hardwood, cut and split: 1-cut, 5 cords at $10; 2-cut, 2 cords at $10.50 71 00 

Mill kindling-wood, 3-cut: 5 cords at $5 25 00 

Ottawa Electric Co. ($293 . 50)— 

Current supply for heater in Biological Laboratory, Experimental Farm: l£ years to Mar. 

31, 1913, at $64 80 00 

Current supply for motors at Biological Laboratory, at $20 per h. p. per annum: 6 m. to 

June 26, 1912, $28; 3 m. to Mar. 26, 1913, $9.30 37 30 

Current supply for heaters, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: 9 in West Block, $53.38; 7 in East Block, 

$25.81; 4 in Observatory, $21; 2 in Supreme Court, $4.81; 2 in Post Office, $32.50; 

furnace-heater in Lyon St. laboratory, $38 . 70 176 20 

Ottawa Gas Co., 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: gas at $1.10 per M. ft. ($5,632.86)— 

Govt. Printing Bureau:- 3,227,200 ft. at $1 . 10 3, 549 92 

Pari, and Dept. Buildings: 746,300 ft. at $1 . 10 820 93 

Inl. Revenue, 317 Queen St., 249,900 ft.; Medical Stores, 193,700 ft 487 96 

Thistle Building, 159,400 ft.; Langevin Block, 101,100 ft 286 55 

Items under $50 each, 366,100 ft. at $1 . 10; meters $84 . 79 487 50 

People's Gas Supply Co.: pea carbide for Biological Laboratory, 2 tons at $70; transport $2.25 142 25 

P.ay , C. C. Co.: stove coal for Biological Laboratory, 18 tons at $7 .40 133 20 

Standard Chemical Iron and Lumber Co., Toronto: charcoal for Commons Restaurant, 

399-375 bush, at 16c 63 90 

Taylor, Edith, extra heating, 3 flats, Corry Building, occupied by Georgian Bay Canal 
Branch (not provided for in lease of April 30, 1909): May 1-22, Sept. 20-30, 1912: 32 d. 

at $4 . 25 7 136 00 

Printing and Stationery Dept., $49.53; advertising $46.80 96 33 

Carried forward 82,895 11 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 101 

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Ottawa Buildings: Heating, including Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, Caretakers, $ cts. 

&C. — Continued. ' 

Brought forward 82, 895 11 

Heating Parliament Buildings ($9,436.52)— 

Engineer at .$100: Thos. Wensley, 12 m 1,200 00 

Assistant engineers at $70: A. Bourgeois, 12 m., $840; Ed. Gariepy, May 26-Mar. 31, 

$713.55; J. Hennessy, 12 m., $840; Geo. McDonald, 12 m., $840; O. Rivet, Apr -May 

25, $126.45 3, 360 00 

On account of half-time, Dec. 1911 to May 25, 1912: Ed. Gariepy 185 16 

Firemen at $60: E. Benoit $720, F. Granger $720, A. Guindon $720, A. Hudon $720, J. 

Labelle $38.70, John Leclerc (25 d. in Apr., Nov.-Mar.) $350, H. C. Overton $5, 

J. Reeves $720 3,993 70 

Difference as fireman: I. Langlois, March, 1912 12 00 

Spare fireman at $48: I. Langlois $86.58, overtime $8 94 58 

Ashmen at $48: Thos. Donoghue $61.11, M. Dupuis $68.57, A. Gruecken $114.58, J. 

Labelle $113.02, I. Langlois $48, O. N. Proulx $185.80 591 08 

Heating Departmental Buildings ($34,434)— 

Archives: firemen at $60: F. Audette, Apr.-May 26, Nov.-Mar. $398.70; I. Fournier, 

Nov.-Mar.$360 758 70 

B. N. A. Bank Building, firemen at $60: D. Farry, Jan.-Mar. $180; John Noyes, Dec. 

30-Mar. 17 $156 .77 336 77 

Customs, Albert St., firemen at $60: Chs. Goyette, Apr., Nov.-Mar. $360; John Marks, 

12 m. less 13 d. in Sept. $694 1,054 00 

East Block, engineers at $70 : Jos. B. Belanger, 12 m. $840 ; Thos. Butterworth, Apr. 1- 

June 10, $163.33; A. Dunn, June 11-Jan. 9, $486.98; T. Haig, 12 m. $840; Oct. Langlois, 

14 d. in Mar. $31.61; A. Ross, Feb. 1-Mar. 17, $108.39 2,470 31' 

East Block, A. Dunn, on account of one half of back-time, Dec. 18, 1911 to June 10, 1912. 151 06 

East Block, firemen at $60: O. Bouchard, Apr.-May 20, Nov.-Mar., $398.70; H. Bisson, 

Nov.-Mar., $300; A. Dugal, Apr., Nov.-Mar., $360; H. Gagnon, Apr. 1-24, $48; A. 

Gordon, Jan.-Mar., $180; O. Langlois, Apr., Nov.-Mar. 17, less 2 d., $323.82; A. 

Lortie, Mar., $60; F. X. Lortie, Nov.-Mar., $300; A. Ross, Apr.-Jan., Mar. 1-14, 

$627.09 2,602 61 

East Block, ashmen at $48: A. Bowman, Apr., $48; P. Kehoe, Apr. $48; Jas. Rowe, 

Nov. 8-Mar. $228 .80 324 80 

Greenhouse, Major's Hill Park: fireman at $60, J. Chartrand: Apr., Nov.-Mar 360 00 

Greenhouse, Parliament Hill: fireman, at $60, A. Fauteux, Apr., Nov.-Mar 360 00 

Langevin Block: firemen at $60: A. Cuddie, Nov.-Mar. $300; Eug. Cyr, Feb.-Mar. 

$120; C. Heatherington, Apr., Nov .-Jan., less 3^ d. $233; J. Labelle, Apr. $60; S. 

McElroy, 12 m. $720; A. Richard, Apr., Nov.-Mar. $360; Geo. Turpin, 12 m. $720; 

D. White, Apr., Nov. 2-Mar. $358 2,871 00 

Mines Branch: engineer at $70: Jas-. Ogilvie, Nov.-March 350 00 

Mines Branch: firemen at $60: W. A. Davis, Apr., Oct. 31-Mar. $362; A. Girling, Apr., 

Sept. 20-Mar. $441; S. Lurette, 11 d. in Oct. $24.44 827 44 

Mint: firemen at $60: A. Cuddie, Apr. $60; J. Labelle, Nov .-Dec. 15, $90 ; I. Langlois, 

Dec. 15-Mar. $213.03; N. Miilaire, Apr. $60, Oct. $7.50, Nov.-Mar. $300 730 53 

Nagle and* Imperial Buildings: firemen at $60: R. Bunyan, Dec. 16-Mar., $210.97; W. 

Davies, Oct. $60; F. Langlois, Oct. 31-Mar. $302; S. Lurette, Apr. $60 632 97 

Naval Affairs: firemen at $60: A. Bastien, 12 m. $720; T. Dugal, Apr., Nov.-Mar. $360. 1,080 00 
Ottawa Post Office: engineers at $70: F. Dumoulin, 12 m. $840; W. A. Fletcher, Nov.- 
Mar. $350 1, 190 00 

- Ottawa Post Office: firemen at $60: J. B. Ethier, 12 m. $720; N. Martin, Apr. $60, Feb. 

$60 (deceased) 840 00 

Regal Building: engineer at $70: Thos. Buckley, 12 m 840 00 

Rideau Hall: carter at $51 .30; W. Portugal, Apr., Oct., Nov 153 90 

Robinson Building: firemen at $60: W. H. Easton, Nov.-Mar., $300; H. Finister, Oct. 14- 

Mar., $339. 11 639 11 

Seybold Building: fireman at $60: H. Finister, Apr 60 00 

Supreme Court: engineer, P. O'Connor, 12 m. at $70; fireman, A. Masson, 12 m. at $60 1,560 00 
Topographical Survey: firemen at $60: Geo. Atkinson, Dec. 2-Mar., $238.07; J. B. 

Huard, Apr., Nov.-Mar., $360 598 07 

Union Bank Building: firemen at $60: Saml. North, Dec. 6-Mar 229 35 

Victoria Island : fireman at $60: Geo. Shore, Dec. 15-Mar 212 90 

West Block: engineers, 12 m. at $70: H. Bannerman $840, A. Mignault $840, Thos. Timlin 

$840 2,520 00 

West Block: firemen at $60: J. W. Bartlett, Apr., Nov.-Mar., $360; T. Dugal, 20 d. in 

May, $38.70; P. Labelle, Apr., $60; Albert Lortie, Nov.-Mar., $300; T. Mason, 

12 m„ $720; J. B. Mulligan, Nov.-Mar., less 1 d., $297.85; W. A. McLean, Apr., $60; 

Jas. O'Dea, Apr., Nov.-Mar., $360; A. Robert, Apr., Nov.-Mar., $360 2,556 55 

West Block: ashmen at $48: P. Kehoe, Nov.-Mar., less 3 d., $235.36 ; John Lennau, 

Nov. 8-Mar., $228 .80 464 16 

Woods and Canadian Buildings: F. Way: fireman at $60, Apr., 29 d., $58; engineer, May- 
Mar., 11 m. at $70 : 828 00 

Workshop: engineer at $70: J. Carpenter, 12 m 840 00 

Carried forward 120, 773 86 



V— 102 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1918 

4 GEORGE V., A. 19141 



Ottawa Buildings: Heating, including Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, Caretakers, $ eta. 

&C. — Concluded. 

Brought forward 120, 773 86 

Heating Departmental Buildings— Concluded. 

Workshop: firemen at $60: Geo. Burk, Apr., Nov.-Mar., $360; H. Martin, May $60.. 420 00 

. Weighing coal, John Shea: at $800, Apr .-May; at $850, June-March 841 66 

Weighing coal, O. Joubarne: 3 m. at $50, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $55 645 00 

Wood and coal man, M. Gorman: at $50, Apr.-July, $200; at $55, Aug.-Mar., $440 640 00 

Wood and coal men at $48: Jos. Manners, Apr.-July, $192; E. Quesnel, 22 d. in Apr., 

Nov. 3-Mar., $271 .66 463 66 

Coal inspector at $55: Jos. JManners, Aug.-Mar 440 00 

Carters at $2.75, Apr., Nov.-Mar.: C. Carisse, 152? d., overpaid 16c; Joa. Gorman, 
164| d.; Geo. Lumsden, 71f d., overpaid 50c; W. Lynch, 81 d.; J. Plunkett, 154 d.; 

J. Robillard, 152| d 2, 134 69 

Team at $4: E. Vadeboncoeur, 26 d. in Apr., 1912 104 00 

Ashman 19 d., $30.40, fireman 8 d. $16; W. Lurette, Apr 46 40 

Firemen at $60: F. Fardais, Dec-Mar. $240, Nov. 50c, W. Bottomley, 6d. in Dec, $11. 61, 

Nov. $1 .25 253 36 

Heating \ ictoria Museum ($5,878.64)— 

Engineer at $100: W. H. Rice, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 1, 200 00 

Assistant-engineer and sterilizer-engineer, at $70: Ovila Rivet, May 26-Mar. 31 713 55 

Assistant-engineers at $70: E. Butterworth, Oct.-Mar., $420; T. Whalen, 12 m., $840. . . 1,260 00 
Firemen at $60: W. A. Baker, Nov.-Mar., $300; H. Barton, Apr., $60; A. Carter, 29 d. 
in Apr., Nov.-Mar., $353; J. Donahoe, Apr., Nov.-Mar., $380; C Mercier, $8; F. 
Mulligan, Apr .-May 15, $89.03; W. McLean, Nov. 5-Mar., $292; W. Ranger, 26 d. 
in Apr., $52; John Rivers, Nov.-Mar., less 5 d., $292.28; A. Turgeon, Apr., Nov.- 
Mar., $360 2, 171 29 

Ashmen at $48: A. Bowman $240, H. Deball $46.40, C. Mercier $41.60, John Way $205.80. '533 80 

Watchmen, caretakers, &c: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 ($11,464.82) — 

Custom House, watchman at $60, S. Chapman: Apr. 1-Oct. 17, Nov. 18-Mar. 31. ..... . ' 658 93 

East Block, watchman at $60: J. Whitton, Apr. 1-Sept. 30, Nov. 26-Mar. 31, $610; Wm. 

Farry, Oct. 1-Nov. 24, $108 718 00 

Egan Blook, watchman, Onesime Turcotte: at $25, Aug.-Sept., $50 ; at $8 a week, Oct.- 
Mar., $208 258 00 

Fuel-Testing Building, watchman at $80: D. J. Manion, Apr.-Feb. 20, $642.85; Hugh 

Curran, at $80, Feb. 26-Mar. 31, $66.43 

Harris & Campbell Building: watchman, F. Girouard, 12 m. at $60 

Imperial Building, caretaker at $60: Wm. Gardiner, Apr.-July $240; W. B. Ralph, Aug. 26- 
Mar. 31, $431.61 

Methylated Spirits Warehouse, watchman at $89: Chas. Haak, Sept. 26-Mar. 31 

Observatory, engineer, Geo. Sparks: at $70, Mar. 1-July 31, Oct., less 12 days 

Observatory, caretaker, A. Villeneuve: 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $55 

Old Geological Museum, watchman, P. Creegan: 12 m. at $60 

Ottawa Post Office, watchman, F. Moyneur: 12 m. at $60 

Rideau Hall, watchman at $60: Wm. Schofield, Apr. 1-22, $44; Fred. Gray, May-Mar., 

looc LA «rtCO 7 



less id., $659. 

Parliament Tower, caretaker, Geo. Vincent: 365 d. at $2 

Robinson Building, watchman at $60, C. Larose: Sept. 24-Mar. 31 

Supreme Court, watchman, R. Nash: 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $60 

West Block, watchman, R. Cornwall: 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $60 

Workshop, assistant storekeeper, H. Mercier: 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $75. 
Workshop, watchman, John Symmes: 12 m. to Mar. 31 at $60 



709 28 


720 00 


671 61 


370 00 


392 00 


660 00 


720 00 


720 00 


703 00 


730 00 


374 00 


720 00 


720 00 


900 (30 


720 00 


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Total, carried to page V— 7 144 

Ottawa Buildings (including Rideau Hall): Removal of Snow. 

Wages, detailed under 'Ottawa Buildings, Repairs' (Pasje V— 105) 1, 585 30 

Labourers at $51.30 per m.: M. Gauvreau $150.10, W. Hughes $155.80, M. O'Donnell $155.80, 

J. Sterling $102.60, F. Stevenson $155.80, J. Wendt $104.50 

Teams at S4.75: H. W. Brooks $75.23, J. Wigraore $14.25 : 

Horse and cart, M. Quinn, 1 m. at $76.95 

Carter, T. Landry: 36 d. at $2.75, 58 d. at $4.75, 1 d. at $2 

Labourers under $100 each: 63-4 d. at $1.90, 298-1 d. at $1.75 

Rideau Hall ($238.90)— 

In charge of rinks, H. Sims: Jan.-Feb., $120, 2|d. in Mar. $5 

Forester, T. Doyle: Jan.-Feb., at $55; 1 d. in Mar., $1.90 

Brooks, H. W.: sand, 48 loads at $2. 10 

Chabot, A.: snow plough. 

Sundry payments: 200 ft. pine flooring $39.45, 3| doz. snowshovels" $16.50, 2 pair3 boots $9, 

sundrv $5.16 

Detailed in 1911-12 (Page V— 83) 

v Total, carried to page V — 7 



824 60 

89 48 

76 95 

376 52 

642 15 


125 00 
111 90 
100 80 
65 00 


70 11 

1,088 13 


5, 155 94 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER :No. 1 



V— 103 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs: Pay-Lists. $ cts. 

Foremen, Timekeepers, &c. {$26,395.60). 

Supervisor of painting staff, J. Randall: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $105 1, 260 00 

Foreman of carpenters, J. H. Ellis: 12 m. at $100 1, 200 00 

Foremen of painters, 12 m. to Mar. 31: A. Crevier $1,200, S. Robitaille, $1,200 2,400 00 

Foreman of masons, J. A. Seguin: 12 m. at $114.06 1,368 72 

Foreman of roofers, A. Spenard: 12m. at $89.58 1,074 96 

Foreman of labourers, R. Henault: 12 m. at $80 960 00 

Asst. foreman of carpenters, D. Lafortune: 4 m. to July 31 at $90, 2 m. to Sept. 30 at $100, 6 

m. to Mar. 31 at $90 1, 100 00 

Asst. foreman of painters, J. Diguer: 12 m. at $90 1, 080 00 

Asst. foremen of masons at $90: J. Baxter $792.58, John Kane $58.07 850 65 

Asst. foreman of labourers, Nap. Ariahat $65, Apr. 11 to Jan. 31, $628.33; at $75, Feb.-Mar., $150 778 33 

Time-keepers at $60.83: P. A. Dion $730, Chas. Tresidder $730 1,460 00 

Time-keepers at $60: R. Mackie, 12 m 720 00 

Time-keeper at $58.33: C. N. Poirier, 12 m 700 00 

Labourer at $53.22: R. de Beaumont, 12 m 638 64 

Foreman engineer at $100, J. C. McDonald: 12 m 1, 200 00 

Foreman engineer, M. Clancy: at $80, 7 m. to Oct. 31; at $90, 5 m. to Mar. 31... 1, 010 00 

Assistant foremen of electric light — 

Smith, N.: Apr. $100, 11 m. to Mar. 31 at $112.50 ■ 1,337 50 

Devine, Jas.: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $95 1, 140 00 

Jenkins, W.: Apr.-May at $80, June-Mar. at $95 1, 110 00 

Langevin Block: foreman engineer at $100: N. H. Perkins, 12 m 1, 200 00 

Langevin Block: asst. foreman engineer at $70: Arthur Dugal, 12 m 840 00 

Inspecting engineer at $108.33: W. Mansfield, 12 m 1,300 00 

Care of shop machinery, and storeman: J. Ferguson, Apr.-May at $75, 10 m. at $100 1, 150 00 

Detailed with Salaries in Dept. at Ottawa. . i (Page V— 27) 516 80 

Mechanical Staff {$86,758.02). 

Plumbers and pipe-fitters at $75 a month: F. A. Burden $858.87, A. Desjardins $525, F. Des- 

marais $135.49, M. Flanagan $750, F. Jacques $896.37, S. Perkins $300 3,465 73 

Plumbers and pipe-fitters at $70 a month: John Bussell $523.67, A. Desjardins $350, W. L. 
Evoy, $840, D. Long $833.22, S. Perkins $420, T. Pilon $840, Wm. Starrs $173.87 

Plumber, J. B. Lamontagne, 3 d. at $3.51, $10.53; steamfitter, A. McDonald, 1 m. at $65 

Machinists at $75: A. Dunlop, 12 m., $900; at $65, A. Giroux, 6 m., $390 

Machinists at $60 a month: John Daley, $720, A. Giroux $360, John Mahon $719.03 

Pattern-maker, Thos. Ferguson: at $65 a month, $318.71; at $75 a month, $447.62 

Blacksmith at $75 a month: M. Whalen, 12 m 

Night-engineer at $70 a month: T. Butterworth 

Night-electricians at $75: A. Franche, $750, J. Gleeson $135.49 

Bell-hanger at $75 a month: M. J. Mahon 

jL Bell-hangers or electricians at $70: C. Innes $70, John Kane $448, M. J. Mahon $210, H. C. 
Nolan $840 7. . 

Wireman at $80 a month: W. J. Hickey, 12 m 

Wiremen at $75 a month: A. Catellier $525, B. J. Nolan $525 

Wiremen at $70 a month: O. Cousineau $630, Clarence Isnor $280, C. Masson $490, B. J. Nolan 
$350, J. F. Smith $198.71 

Wiremen at $65 a month: J. Aubry $758.55, A. Catellier $325, D. Hobbs $124.19, J. Jessop 
$668.87, Chas. Masson $325, Alfred Roy $760.51 

•Wiremen at $60: Omer Cousineau $180, Clarence Isnor $405.03, Jos. Poitras $694.50 

Electricians at $65 a month: G. S. Cairns $445.55, D. Hobbs $417.96, P. Horan $522.50, 
W. O'Brien $394.96, T. O'Donnell $243, P. Pelletier $4.33, O. Seguin $210.02, Nap. St. 
Denis $196.60 2,434 92 

Electricians at $60 a month: G. S. Cairns $35.97, A. Franche $48.39, D. Hobbs $23.22, P. 

Horan $50.32, Nap. St. Denis $23. 22 181 12 

Electricians at $2.75 a day: J. O. Garceau: 85| d. at $2.75; on acct. October, $10 245 13 

Helper at $70 a month: C. Paisley 185 72 

Helpers at .$65 a month: J. R. Boone $16.78, S. Denison $330.05, C. Paisley $16.78, O. Seguin 

$21.39 385 00 

Helpers at $60 a month: E. Burden $215, H. Cain $226.45, N. Charbonneau $215, Jos. Dube 
$240, W. Ferriman $240, D. Kennedy $215, Lucien Laroche $210.71, N. Martin $240, W. 
Montgomery $229.26, O. Sabourin $360, M. Whalen $240 2,631 42 

Helpers at $55 a month: J. B. Bazinet $12.22, Edwin Burden $465, H. Cain $432.66, N. Char- 
bonneau $465, F. Cuthbertson $183.60, Jos. Dube $440, W. Ferriman $440, N. Gordon 
$59.83, W. Hyland $666.77, D. J. Kennedy $465, F. Kennedy $99.36, Lucien Laroche 
$381.42, W. Montgomery $440, O. Sabourin $228.87, M. Whalen $440, A. Wilson $31.93. ... 5,251 66 

Helper at $54 a month: J. Boileau 306 00 

Helpers at $51.30 a month: L. Quesnel $207.10, J. B. Seguin $24.70, Art. Tapp $400.90 632 70 

Helper at $47.25: E. Bisson 404 45 

Helper at $3 a day: B. Holloway, 9 d 27 00 

Allowance of one month's pay on retirement in May, 1912: P. Desmarais $75, J. Gleeson $75 

F. Kennedy $55 205 00 



3,980 76 


75 53 


1,290 00 


1,799 03 


766 33 


900 00 


256 67 


885 49 


675 00 


1,568 00 


960 00 


1,050 00 


1,948 71 


2,962 12 


1,279 53 



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V— 104 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V. f A. 1914 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs: Pay-Lists— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 63, 148 62 

General Repairs Pay-lists. 

Masons at $87.75 a month, or S3. 25 a day: A. Aussang $1,053, E. Auborne $1,053, John Biehler 
$1,053, R. Briggs S848.25, Chas. Bourgeau $741, Albert Carisse $828.75, C. Dowsley* 
$739.20, P. Guilbauit 8742.80, O. Monette $1,053, J. E. McGuire $451.75, J. O'Donnell 

$159.25, J. Sauve $747.50, A. W. Sturges $664.45 : 10, 134 95 

Mason at $81 a month: A. Greene. 382 34 

Plasterers at $81 a month, or $3 a day: Jas. Foley $972, W. R. Williamson $969 1,941 00 

Upholsterer, H. A. Trudel: 10 m. at $78.30, 2 m. at $81 945 00 

Carpenter at $81 a month, or $3 a day: H. Thiberge 177 00 

Carpenter at $74.25 a month, or $2.75 a day: L. Picard 891 00 

Carpenters at $67.50 a month, or $2.50 a day: Archille Auger $807.50, J. B. Baril $808.62, 
X. Belanger $795, Jos. Bergeron $805, J. Berube $802.50, Oct. Berube (inch March, 1912) 
$577.50, Frs. Boucher $802.50, A. Caron $122.50, Chas. Chartrand $810, Zenon Chartrand 
$798.62, Wm. Chitty $810, F. Cossette $687.50, Ls. Cote $810, P. Dionne $807.50, A. 
Fortin S810, Alex. Gravelle $290, J. Gruson $810, C. Hcbert $122.50, H. Howell $810, 
W. R. Ingram $806.38, Chas. Isabelle $810, A. Joubarne $685, H. L'Heureux $810, Geo. 
Morris $90, S. H. Myers $780, D. McVicar $87.50, A. Nadeau $810, Jos. Normand $806.38, 
John O'Connor $807.50, Nap. Osborne $807.50, W. Palen $405, L. Pruneau $761.12, Chas. 
Regimbal $810, C. A. Rivers $545, F. W. Ross $502.50, J. Richard $810, Denis Roy $620, 
Thos. Shea $772.50, D. Sullivan $810, J. B. St. Laurent $810, D. St. Martin $807.50, W. 

L. St. Pierre $67.50, H. Theberge $660, A. Thibault $803.88, C. Tyres $101.38 29,973 88 

Cabinet-makers at $67.50 a month, or $2.50 a day: Thos. Campbell $810, N. C. Fournier $810 1,620 00 

Turner at $67 50 a month, or $2.50 a day: M. T. Walton 782 50 

Roofers at $70.74 a month: O. Moyer $848.88, A. Monette $848.88 1,697 76 

Roofer at $60.75 a month: T. W. French 729 00 

Locksmith at $80 a month: Geo. Low 960 00 

Locksmith-helpers at $55, to June 14, 1912: J. Rigby $136.48, W. Tierney $136.48 272 96 

Locksmith-helpers at $60, from June 15, 1912: J. Rigby $571.11, W. Tierney $562.27 1, 133 38 

Blacksmith at $75 a month: James Latimer 900 00 

Painters at S78. 30 a month, or $2.90 a day: N. Dery $171.10, Albert Maskell $171.10 342 20 

Painter at $71.55 a month, or $2.65 a day: W. Gervais 857 42 

Painter at $67.50 a month, or $2.50 a day: Saml. Hebert 472 50 

Painters at 864.80a month, or $2. 40 a day: A. Beaulieu $64.80, R. Benjamin $332.27, D. Boulais, 
$492, W. M. Bowen $271.20, J. H. Charlebois $621.60, M. Cummings $40.80, N. Dery 
$613.07, O. Desjardins $657.60, H. Dorion $84, A. Dussault $496.28, E. Faucher $776.40, 
F. Foisy $777.60, J. V. Gauthier $761.87, Alf. Green $268.80, Saml. Hebert $324, J. Hillas 
$321.34, Geo. James $513.60, E. Kelly, $775.20, Ls. Laberge $513.47, F. Lamb $117.60, 
A. Langlois $657.60, J. Lemieux $777.60, G. Lenghen $775.20, C. Lepage $777.60, John 
Lepine $510, Jss. Little $528, Albert Maskell $168, A. McKra $777.60, J. Philibert $93.60, 
A. E. Porter $271.20, W. Potter $624, Eloi Raizenne $88.80, E. Schroeder $777.60, John 

Shepherd $624, J.. C. Wall $507.47, Thos. Whelan $303.47, A. J. Wilson $607.20 17,692 44 

Apprentice-painter at $54 a month, or $2 a day: A. E. Cote 648 00 

Labourer at $58.05 a month, or $2.15 a day: C. Cote 6J3 50 

Labourer at $56.70 a month, or $2. 10 a day: E. Gorman 680 40 

Labourer at $55 a month: J. B. Bazinet 399 25 

Labourers at $54 a month, or $2 a day: J. Boileau $104, A. Bouchard $648, A. Fortier $347.11, 

A. Laurin $136, S. Lurette $72, H. McCann $648, John O'Connor $648, Z. Ouellette $410. . 3,013 11 
Labourers at $51.30 a month, or $1.90 a day: J. B. Bazinet, $229.90, J. Belanger $615.60, G. 
Belley, $102.60, T. C. Binks $100.70, Alf. Davis $263.88, E. Duffield, $601.25, H. 
Dumoulin, $605.05, I. Foisv $549.10, A Forget $135.85, P. J. Grace $486.40, T. Gracey 
$245.83, P. Hayden $615.60, S. A. Hillman $611.80, Luke Hogan $116.53, P. Kehoe $132.98, 

D. Killeen $4S6.40, A. Labbe $605.12, P. Lapointe $261.24, A. Laurin $66,490, F. Mainville 
$125.40, J. Mastie $122.55, A. Meunier $615.00, J. Morin $150.41, Jas. McCorkill $154.09, 
Saml. McKenna $383.80, T. J. O'Brien $228.10, G. Ocrinicki $154.73, J. O'Meara $249.85, 

E. Pepin $477.55, R. Pettapiece $261.67, P. Plouffe $216.60, Ls. Quesnel $383.80, Robt. 
Russell $299.28, J. B. Seguin $590.90, J. B. Seguin $572.95, C. Taylor $171; 10 men under 

$100 each, in all $547 .91 13, 136 92 

Labour at $49.95 a month, or $1 .85 a day: T. McMartin 253 45 

Labourers at &7.25 a month, or $1.75 a day: Arthur Auger $559.03, J. Auger $359.53, Thos. 
Batterton $279.03, W. Batterton $267. 18. H. Beauchump $182, J. B. Bedard $110.25, Ls. 
Bertrand $312.28. E. Bisson $104.50, W Bottomley $547.75, O. Bouchard $306.54, F. 
Brazeau $567, Loon Brault $613.19, J. Byrne $355.25, Jos. Chenier $567, Ulric Chenier 
$609, A. Chouinard $115.50, Robt. Cote $553.78, W. A. Cousineau $500.31, J. B. Delrome 
$517.81, S. Desjardins $171.31, J. Devaney $1S0.25, J. Dion $106.75, J. Duhamel $567, 
Hor. Dumoulin $171.50, F. Fardais$378. W.J. Foisv $370.91, Ml. Foran $283.50, J. Fortin 
$322.78, W. Galarneau $246.94, F. B. Garvin $108.50. A. Gauvreau $542.50, C. Gorman 
$123.28, Jos. Gorman $403.28, J. Goulet $519.75. Ch6ri Hubert $399, A. Heron $208.06, 
R. Hobbs $115.50, J. Houle $304.50, P. Huot $480.28, J. Lacroix $567, Alcide Laforest 
$110.44, Jos. Lafrance $202.50, Stan. Lafrance $567, F. Lalande $498.75, O. Lapensee $567, 
P. Legare $567, O. Latourneau $407.75, Jas. Little (Apr.-Feb.) $519.75, Geo. Marie 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs: Pay-Lists— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 153,878 58 

General Repairs Pay-lists — Concluded. 

Labourers at $47.25 a month— Concluded. 

SI 17. 25, T. McAllister $486.50, F. McCov $186.29, D. MacDonald $343, T. McLaughlin 
$225.75, W. Neal $106.75, John Nicol $407.75, W. Paquette $112.78, A. Pearson $358.75, 
Horm. Pitre $187.25, D. Planchet $503.03, D. Plouffe $414.75, Cy. Proulx $164.50, Fx. 
Provost $434, T. Quinlan $100.53, A. Rice $283.50, J. Rochon $567, D. Roy $567, L. 
Sabourin $184.53, H. Sarazin $113.75, T. Sauriol$525, J. B. Soney $386.75, Geo. Swindells 
$308.10, T. Vetterson $308, A. Viau $550.28; 54 men under $100 each, in all $3,576.81... . 29,077 31 

Labourers at 28c. an hour: J. Lyons $7.56, C. Pauze $7.56 15 12 

Labourer, S. Rodier: to Aug. 14 at $20.25 a month; from Aug. 15 at $27 a month 293 75 

Teams at $4.75: H. Green $299.25, T. Landry $66.50 365 75 

Teams at $4: H. Green $24, T. Landry $24 48 00 

Carters at $74.25 a month, or $2.75 a day: H. Green $701.25, T. Landry $577.50, P. Pauze 

$886 . 72, J. Wigmore $891 3, 056 47 

Allowances of one month's pay on retirement in May, 1912: O. Berthiaume $47.25, A. Caron 
$67.50, C. Hebert $67.50, F. Lamb $64.80, W. Lurette $47 . 25, J. O'Donnell $87.75, Hugh 
O'Neil $51 . 30 : 433 35 

Repairs Pay-lists, July, 1912 ($884.70). 

Engineer, B. Holloway, 16|d. at $3 49 50 

Pipe-fitter, John Bussell: one month at $70 70 00 

Labourers, 14 d. at $2, 388 d. at $1 .90 , 765 20 

Half-time, Dec., 1911, to June, 1912, before return to service ($759.19). 

Carpenters at $67.50: F. Cossette, Dec-May, $178.75; D. St. Martin, Dec-Mar., $90 268 75 

Plumbers at $70.00: M. Flanagan, Dec-Jan., $11.16, O. Sabourin, Dec-May, $146.37 157 53 

Carters at $74.25: H. Greene, Jan.-Mar., $78.38; T. Landry, Dec-Mar., $82.50; O. 

Latremouille, Jan.-June, $172 .03 332 91 

Total (distributed below) 188,812 22 

Charged to the following votes: — 

Ottawa buildings: Repairs, &c 

Eastern Block : Extension 

Victoria Museum 

Lavatories 

Driveway pavements 

Astronomical Observatory 

Water service 

Major's Hill: Electric light 

Printing Bureau: Chimney 

Removal of snow 

Grounds at Ottawa 



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158,405 79 


( " V- 


- 30) 


12,655 77 


,( " V- 


- 35) 


8,211 95 


.( " V- 


- 69) 


1,376 77 


( " V- 


- 69) 


269 98 


.( " V- 

( " V- 


- 28) 


1,063 91 


- 69) 


681 97 


, ( " V- 


-71) 


1,465 31 


.( " V- 


- 76) 


556 80 


( " V- 


-102) 


1,585 30 


( " V- 


- 99) 


2,538 67 



Total, as above .. 188,812 22 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. 

Wages. 
Detailed with 'Ottawa Buildings: Repairs: Pay-lists' (Page V— 105) 158, 405 79 

Accidents ($11 5. SO). 

Caskey, Dr. J. S.: services to Mr. Stan. Lafrance (details not at hand) 56 00 

St. Luke's Hospital, re S. Lafrance: s. p. room, 5? weeks at $10.50; sundry, $3.80 59 30 

Agriculture Dept. ($2,390.58). 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 4 tungstoliers, $55. 15, sundry, $14.84. 69 99 

Bryson-Graham Co.: 27 blinds and putting up 89 40 

Capital Office Supply Co.: 0G034 G. W. desks, 3 at $42.75; 0648 S. F. desk. $54; upright 3 dr. 
vert, report units, 3 at $30; 4 dr. V. C. units, 3 at $27.50; book-sections, 40 of D-101 at 
$3.25, 10 of D~12£ at $3.60, 2 of D-12£ at $5.50; DX bases or tops, 20 at $2; cupboard 
sections, 3 at $5 . 50; 15-dr. Sec. card index, 1 at $21 636 75 

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V— 106 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1918 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs: Furniture, &c. — Continued $ eta. 

Brought forward 159, 317 23 

Agriculture Dept. — Concluded. 

Federal Typewriter Co.: No. 1225 desks, 2 at $40.50; No. 0226 desk, 1 at $52.50; 1 No. 505 

table, $8.70 142 20 

Murphy-Gamble: linoleum, laid, 140 yd. at 95c.; linoleum, 49| yd. at $1.35; sundry, $27.40. 227 73 
Office Specialty Co. ($255.05)— 

Sections: No. 17, 1 at $8.50; No. 30, 2 at $21; No. 54, 1 at $12.50; No. 211, 27 at $3.50; 

No. 213, 7 at $4; No. 213D, 3 at $6, less returned, 6 at $3.25 184 00 

Bases, 7 at $21.50; tops, 7, $17.75; sundry, $31.80 71 05 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: V F units, No. 5 finish, 6 at $30; 8114B oak card cabinets, 4 at $40; 

8111B oak unit, 1 at $37.50; 7361 flat top desk, oak, 3 at $45; 8 ends, $35; sundry, $25.27 572 77 

Stanley, L. E., & Co.: cork carpet, 50 yd. at $1; sundry, $8.20 58 20 

Storev, D.: chairs, 6 at $3.38, 7 at $2.25; 54x32 F. T. desk, $22 58 03 

Elec. supplies, $89 . 40, furniture, $51 .95, truck $45, glass $25 . 98, hardware $15 . 63, sundry $52 . 50 280 46 

Agriculture Dept.: Canadian Building ($581. 53). 

Library Bureau: 9-box drawer hor. units, 16 in. deep, 4 at $35; No. 08542 oak chairs, 3 at $17, 

2 at S4.50; book-case, $22.50; cupboard sections, 2 at $11; sundry, $26 270 50 

Office Specialty Co.: 17-in. elm storage sections, 6 at $2.75; base and top, $3.50; tires, $4.15. 24 15 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: No. 9329 3x5 cupboard sections, 4 at $19; sundry, $51 .00 127 00 

Ross, C, Co.: carpet, 22 yd. at $1.50; border, 20f yd. at $1.50; paper, $1 65 00 

Wigmore, J., teaming at $5 per team, and $1 . 75 for extra men 94 88 

Agriculture Dept. 66 Queen St. ($71.51) 

Wigmore, J.: moving safe from top floor of Union Bank to 66 Queen St., Dec. 18, 1912 70 00 

Ground glass, 86c, granite jug, 65c 1 51 

Archives ($18.50). 

Altering book-cases, $16; sundry $2.50 18 50 

Audit Office ($503.70). 

Bertschinger, A. H.: tungstoliers, 1 of 5-lt. at $17.80, 3 of 5-lt. at $17.35, 1 of 3-lt. at $11.65; 12-in. 

fans, 2 at $17 . 50 1 16 50 

Ellacott, J. A. L., two 5-lt tungstoliers, $31; Marchand"& Donnelly, 4-lt.tungsten clusters, 9 at $7 94 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 28 sections, 5 at $12; No. 67 section, $13; 2 bases, $11, 2 tops, $8.50 92 50 
Ottawa Typewriter Co., golden oak: No. 15? cabinets, 6 at $8; No. 15 C. F. drawers, 12 at 

$5.50; No. 15 bases, 6 at $5 144 00 

Cooler $12.75, chair $11.25, door and 3 sash $9.50, sundry $23.20 56 70 

Audit Office: McNeil Building ($119.25). 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 7 bases, 2 at $21.75; No. 17 cupboard sections, 2 at $8.50; No. 52 

book sections, 4 at $6.25; No. 10 tops, 2 at $4.25 94 00 

No. 2 Tyrell filter, $17, glass, $8.25 ; 25 25 

Awnings: (92,478.97). 

Cole & Co.: awnings at Militia Inspector's rooms, 113 Rideau St; 42 x 69 x 45 in.: 8 at $3 24 00 

Grant-Holden-Graham, awnings: 3 at $8.75, 7 at $4.40, 1 at $4, 26 at $2.80 133 85 

Woods Limited: (§2,316.12) — 

Taking down, storing, insuring, and putting-up awnings, for winter of 1911-12: 805 awn- 
ings at $1.50 1, 207 50 

Storage only: 27 awnings at $1 27 00 

Storing and insuring awnings, Sept. 1912: 80 at $1 80 00 

New awnings: 1 at $8.25, 1 at $7.20, 5 at $7.13, 2 at $7, 2 at $6.75, 11 at $6, 5 at $5.70, 2 at 
$5.63, 2 at $5.50, 5 at $5.40, 1 at $5.25, 2 at $5.10, 3 at $5, 2 at $4.90, 1 at $4.75, 3 at $4.70, 
18 at $4.50, 8 at $4.25, 9 at $4.13, 2 at $4, 14 at $3.90, 1 at $3.80, 7 at $3.75, 21 at $3.60, 2 at 
$3.50, 10 at $3.39, 1 at $3.38, 2 at $3.20, 35 at $3, 1 at $2.98, 2 at $2.85, 1 at $2.81, 4 at 

$2.63, 20 at $2.50, 28 at $2.45, 26 at $2.25, 2 at $1.50 959 67 

Repairs to awnings 41 95 

Birks Building: ($561.76). 

Bertschinger, A. H.: electrical work and supplies 305 26 

Canadian Alexalite: type 'A' standard Alexalite fittings, 19 at $13.50 256 50 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward ; 165, 241 89 

Canadian Building: ($1,161.28). 

Architectural Sheet Metal Co., sky lights, $400; Forbes, Jas. F., water-filter, $140 540 00 

McKinley & Northwood, ventilation 1st floor, $452; Ottawa Gas Co., No. 6 heater, 

$150 602 00 

Hardware, $11.98; electrical supplies, $3.75; ice, $3.50 19 23 

Chimneys: ($210.75). 
Mercer, W. J., sweeping chimneys, summer of 1912: 275 flues at 75c, 3 extra at $1.50 210 75 

Civil Service Commission: ($176.25). 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: cabinets, 3 of No. 15 at $11, 3 of No. 15£ at $4.50, 15 of No. 15 c.f. at 

$5.50; No. 9,415 oak 5 tray section, $12; sundry, $16.50 157 50 

Water cooler $12.75, 12 chairs $6 18 75 

Clerk of Crown: ($105.25). 

Federal Typewriter Co., No. 059 cabinet, $31.75; Library Bureau, cushion $6 37 75 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 6,037 desk 67 50 

Coal Sheds: ($72.68). 
Savage & MacDonell Co.: pine, 2,240 ft. at $32; cartage, $1 72 68 

Commons: ($2,546.58). 

Desrivieres, J. A.: quartered oak book-case $80, cartage 50c 80 50 

Federal Typewriter Co: No. 90 rev. tilter chair,$21.90; No. 109 A chairs, 3 at $14.10; chair, $8.20; 

No. 049 typewriter desk, $24.50 96 90 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: one No. 160 p.c. & w. style E annunciatior, $140; 2 It. library 

standards, No. E 8,034, wired, &c, 8 at $8.50; sundry, $30.62 ;•.•••• 238 62 

Gravelle, J. G. & Co.: Samson zincs, 144 at 35c; Samson cartons, 144 at 55c; electricians, 

165| hrs. at 60c; sundry, $7.98 236 88 

Harris & Barry: oak leather chairs, 6 at $8.75; sundry $9.67 62 17 

Luke, S. A.: No. 643 chairs, 50 at $3.18; No. K 106 chair, $13.50; No. K 26 couch, $40... . 212 50 

Murphy-Gamble: green cloth, 20 yd. at $2.50; sheeting, 1,30| yd. at 23c; 2 shades $7.88.. 87 84 

Otis-Fensom Co.: changing thrust-bearing at Restaurant elevator 47 10 

Savage & Macdonell Co.: pine, 11,002 ft. at $29; cartage $5.75 324 84 

Slack, A.: glass partitions,464 ft. at 40c; extra time, 42 h. at 50c 206 60 

Sproule, R. A.: newspaper stands in reading room, 2 at $265; less $397.50 paid in 1911-12 

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Valley City Seating Co., Dundas, Ont.: chair for Speaker of Commons 500 00 

Wigmore, J.: moving safe from C.P.R. to House of Commons, March 20, 1913 40 00 

Hardware $120.06, foundry work $76.72, furniture $25, sundry $58.30 280 08 

Commons: French Translators: ($50.20). 
Typewriter-tables, 4 at $5.55; 12-pt. annunciator $10.50; teaming, 3? d. at $5 50 20 

Conservation Commission: ($400.39). 

Davidson & Crooks: 8 weights, 114 lb. at 3§c . 3 99 

Office Specialty Co.: 5 desks, $50, $48, $36.45, $35, $33; No. 18 Shannon sections, 4 at $16.50; 

sections, 6 of No. 213 at $4, 4 of No. 211 at $3.50; 2 bases, 2 tops, shelf $18.25 324 70 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: rev. tilt, chair $13.50; typewriter chairs, 3 at $7.25; typewriter 

desk, $36.45 71 70 

Corry Building. 

McKinley & Northwood: one section wall radiator 3 50 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c.— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 169, 968 67 

Customs DepL: ($2,097.48). 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: 4-lt. Benjamin fixtures, 11 at $7.50; sundry $6 88 50 

Esmondes, coolers: white xx, $16.75; n. p. xx, $35 51 75 

Federal Typewriter Co. : oak typewriter desk 45 00 

Garrioch-Godard & Co.: No. 159 Deveau desk phones, 8 at $22.50: No. 157 Deveau wall 
phone, 1 at $16.50; n. p. cable, 41§ lb. at 43c; 4-lt. Benj. clusters, ts 4, 18-in. long, 24 

at $4.60: sundry $21.65 346 29 

Harris & Barry, oak high stools: with uph. seats, 30 at $6; with leather tops, 8 at $7 236 00 

Library Bureau: oak desk $40, oak chair $6, 2 oak stools at $5.50 57 05 

Luke, S. A:: carpet, 40 yd. at $1.95; border, 26f yd. at $1.65; sewing and laying $6.60; felt • 

paper $2; 3 rugs $22.50 153 10 

Office Specialty Co.: sections, 1 at $12.50, 1 at $6.25, 9 at $5.50, 11 at $3.50; tops, 1 at $4.25, 
5 at $2.25; bases, 1 at $5, 4 at $2; cabinet complete $50; desk $40.50; 3 tables, $23, $11.50, 

$10 270 25 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: ($474.10)— 

Standing desk $55; oak desk $40; flat top desk, oak, $45; glass top $10; typewriter desk 

- $39.01 189 01 

Oak chair $11; rev. tilter-chairs, 2 at $18.70; tilter chairs, 2 at $10.13 68 66 

Stratford chairs, 4 at $6.75; swinging typewriter stand $6^ 33 00 

Oak office tables, 6 at $10.46; oak leaner table $41.50 104 26 

Sections, 6 at $4.75, 9 at $4.13; tops, 3 at $2.50; bases, 3 at $2 79 17 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: cork carpets, 42$ yd. at 90c; laying and binding $3.57 41 67 

Trudeau, Arthur: 16-wire w.p. cable, 150 ft. $48; straps $1.50; one 5-lt. tungstolier $16.65 66 15 

Lumber $73, hardware $58.31, teaming $40.25, trimming leather $30.24, brass rods $18.55,' 

elec supplies $17.55, filter $17, sundry $12.72 267 62 

Customs Dept.: B.N. A. Building: {$57.65). 

Wigmore, J.: moving safe, Oct. 10, 1912, $40; sundry teaming $17.65 57 65 

Custom House: Queen St.: ($147.18). 

Wigmore, J.: team at Custom House, moving from O'Connor to Queen St., March 12-24, 1913 .147 1 

Custom House: Robinson Building: ($191.50). 

Cox, John E.: oak locker, counter, railing, $35; oak dbl. standing desk $25; 2 steel fyling 

cabinets $40; oak fyling cabinet $25; oak typewriting desk $20; sundry $15 160 00 

Harris & Barry: oak stools with backs and leather seats, 3 at $10.50 31 50 

Dominion Police: ($14-77). 

Astral oil, 42-6 gal. at 20c; cotton waste, 501b. at 12£c 14 77 

East and West Blocks: ($3,062.40). 

Canada Floors, Ltd.: taking up old doloment flooring in corridors, 1,345 ft. at 40c .' 538 00 

Terrano Flooring Co.: tearing up old doloment flooring,. and re-laying Terrano: 648 ft. at 30c. 194 40 
Traud (Alex.) Co., Newark, N.S.: installing Cotton furnace under 4 H. R. T. boilers in West 

Block 2, 330 00 

Egan Block: ($140). 

Egan Estate Co.: paid janitor, April 1 to May 3, 1912, 18 wk. at $6; paid charwoman, April 1 

to July 31, 4 m. at $8 140 00 

Elevators: ($841). 

Holbrook Co.: uniform suits, Nov. 1, 1912, 20 at $20 400 00 

Modern Electric Co. : carbon-holders, 24 at 75c; copper contacts, 6 at 50c 21 00 

Two Macs: elevator suits, Oct. 25-Nov. 8, 1912: 21 at $20 420 00 

Exchequer Court: ($674.97). 

Campbell Bros.: 2 cast iron columns, 1,925 lb. at 3|c; machinist $4.20 71 57 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co: 1 x 10 pine, t & g, d2 s, 2,020 ft. at $28; cartage 50c 57 20 

Harris & Barry, furniture for Judge Audette's room : leather lounge, $70; leather easy chair, $65; 
E.E. rev. tilter chair $33; E.E. small chairs, 3 at $9.80; E.E. lib. table $14.25; top, base, 3 

sections $22.50; E.E. flat top desk $65 299 15 

Mills, A. K. & Sons: white mantel, tiles, electric grate $55; installing same $5 60 00 

Murohy-Gamble: Wilton rug 62 50 

Electrical supplies $93, hardware $29 . 95, sundries $1 . 60 124 55 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &€.— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 177, 195 62 

Experimental Farm. 

Electrical supplies $11.41, hardware $4.29 15 70 

External Affairs: ($73.75). 

Federal Typewriter Co.: No. 05236 typewriter desk 42 00 

Ottawa Specialty Co.: 7 sections, base, top 31 75 

Finance Department: ($1,250.18). 

Ackroyd, P.: one 5-lt. chain fixture, $100; 1-lt. chain fixture, 2 at $20; 5-lt. electrolier, $15.25. 155 25 

Dowsley, A. H.: book-case sections, 8 at $8, 4 at $9; 4 bases $14; 4 cornices $11; 3 locks $3. . 128 00 
Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 12 in. fans, 3 at $19; No. 20 annunciator $16; annunc. wire, 14| lb. 

at 50c 80 06 

Harris & Barry: leather couch $58; 3 sections, base, top, $19.75; 30 x 48 oak tables, 2 at $8.75 95 25 

Modern Electric & Manufacturing Co.: brass rods, 9 at $4.60, 1 at $6 47 40 

Mackenzie & Co.: Maple leaf border linoleum, 147{j yd. at $1.05; key border, 36 yd. at 95c . 189 42 

Robertson, Thos. & Co.: 18 x 30 c. i. enam. sinks, 6 at $7.85; 13 bibbs $10.34 57 44 

Safety Tread Syndicate: 18 mason's safety treads: 172^ running feet at $1 . 26 217 35 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: rubber mats, 3 at $14.40; cork carpet, 13^ yd. at 90c; laying &c. $2.90 58 10 
Hardware $102. 78, foundry work $39.08, 15 cocoa mats $37.50, 2 tungstoliers $28.50, leather 

$14 221 86 

Fisheries Exhibit. 

Mulhall Co.: No. 5 Quebec heater 9 50 

Geological Survey. 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: No. 4d bookcase units, 15 at $2.77; 3 tops $5.46; 3 bases $4.47 51 48 

Governor General's Secretary's Office. 

Bertschinger, A. H.: one 4-lt. tungstolier 12 25 

Grounds at Ottawa: ($20. SO). 

Modern Electric Co.: repairing and re-winding lamp 12 50 

Steel & Radiation: cast-iron elbow for boiler 7 80 

Harris & Campbell Building: ($182.52). 

Enright, Jas. T. : building fire-escape 130 00 

Sanitas Mfg. Co.: n.p. S.— 719 Sanitas bubbler 2 52 

Hawkesbury Building; ($288.15). 

Central Paving Co.: 5 M fire-brick, 1 M B. brick, 1 M arch brick, at $30, $210; cartage 

$17.50 227 50 

Plaster $9.65, pipe $1 10 65 

Imperial Building. 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: 2 carbon brushes 70 

Indian Affairs: ($842.15). 

Chabot, A.: one large pine cupboard 45 00 

Gravelle, S. G. & Co.: holophane shades, 30 at $1.25; sundry $18.65 56 15 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: brown linoleum, 46£ yd at $1.45; sundry $13.11 80 05 

Electrical supplies $68.60, furniture $50. 10, hardware $42.25 160 95 

Inland Revenue: ($211.26). 

Luke, S. A. : No. 145 desks, 2 at $22 44 00 

Ross, C. Co.: 4 rugs, $14.50, $14.50, $12, $8.75 : 49 75 

Elec. Supplies $32.30, lumber $26, hardware $14.40, glass $13.79, sundries, $31.02 117 51 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c.— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 179, 553 51 

Inland Revenue: Victoria Island: {$289. OS). 

Davidson, Est. Jas.: % in pine V joint, 2 M at $35; sundry $30.52 100 52 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: cork, 55£ yd. at 95c; laying $2.76 55 33 

Plumbing and heating $49 . 86, painting $38, elec. supplies $29, sundry $16 . 32 '. .". .......! '. 133 18 

Insurance Branch, Finance Dept.: ($887.50). 

Dowsley, A. H.: black walnut: bookcase sections, 4 at $9, 2 at $10; bases, 2 at $5; cornices, 

2 at $4 . 50 75 00 

Library Bureau: 6 ft. standing desk $35, oak flat top desk $45 80 00 

Luke, S. A.: carpet, 17| yd. at $1 .70, 48§ at $2; border, 19f yd. at $1 .70, 29 at $2; sewing and 

laying 114| yd. $11.45; felt $3 232 50 

Interior Dept.: ($4,184.04). 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 3-lt. tungstoliers, 8 at $12.55; 4-lt. tungstoliers, 1 at $13.60; 16 in. 

oscillating fan $29; sundry $22.30 165 30 

Bryson-Graham Co.: ($164.35). 

Linoleum, 47 yd. at 95c; binding, 48 yd. at 30c; laying $2.75 61 80 

Cork, 33| yd. at 95c; brass binding, 60 ft. $6; laying $2 .'10 39 93 

Blinds, put up, 40, $61 . 87, sundry 75c 62 62 

Capital Office Supply Co.: 06034 desks, 1 at $42.25, 1 at $45, San. G.W. desk $54; No. 
1701 5 piece combination (15 drawers and shelf) $53.50; D. 12| units, 24 at $3.60; tops, 7 at 

$2,1 at $2.50; bases, 7 at $2; rev. tilt, chairs, 7, $96.05; sundry, $154.25 562 45 

Esmondes, water coolers: 1 at $8.75, 1 at $10.25, 4 at $12.75 70 00 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: ventilating fans, one 16-in. $22, one 12-in. $19 41 00 

Grant, Hoiden & Graham: 23 window shades $41.93, 10 awnings $37.40 79 33 

Harris.& Barry: tables, 42 at $1.75; chairs, 42 at $1.25; 7 upli. oak chairs $91.85; 3 rev. 

chairs $33.85; 2 desks, $21. 95,, $16. 20; 3 sections, base, top $20.75; sundry $31. 35 34195 

Library Bureau: roll-top desk $75, typewriter desk $29, 2 tilter rev. chairs $24.20, sundry $19.55 147 75 

Lord Furniture Co.: standing desks, 2 at $19.60; 3x2 office tables, 2 at $12.15; cupboard $31; 

chairs, 2 at $5.40 105 30 

Mills, A. K. & Sons: mantel, tiles and fire-place, with basket 55 00 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 40 tables, 3 at $18.50; flat top desk $18.90; No. 34 sections, 2 at 

$17 .60; top desk $18.90; sundry sections, &c $160. 10 269 50 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: flat top oak desks, 2 at $40, 5 of No. 7361 at $45; chairs, 3, $22.96; 
oak chairs, 5 at $11, 3 for $24; book-cases, 1 at $35, 1 at $27.50, 3 at $22.50; book-sections, 

8 at $3.73; 8,080 ends, ©at $5; 8,210 oak units, 5 at $30, 1 at $33; sundry sections, &c, $264.67 1,044 47 

Pritchard-Andrews Co. : one nickel-plated frame 48 00 

Rea, A. E. & Co. ($279)— 

Brussels carpet, 31 yd. at $1 .35, 37 yd. at $1 .35; felt $2; (made and laid) 93 80 

Carpet, 54 yd. at $1.75; lining $1.80, sewing and making $5.40 ' 101 70 

Rugs, two, $30, $40; rollers, 6 at $2.25.... 83 50 

Shore & Cockburn: clocks, 4 at $12, sundry $2. 12 50 12 

Stanley, L. E. & Co. ($334.20)— 

Cork carpets, 146| yd. at 90c; brass binding, 46 ft. at 15c; laying $7.33 146 08 

Cork, 44 yd., $38.80; laying, $2.20 41 00 

Linoleum, 26 yd. at 95c; brass, 40c 25 10 

Carpet, 57 yd. at $1.50; making and laying $5.70; felt $1.32 92 52 

Office table $25; sundry $4 . 50 29 50 

Furniture $126 . 60, hardware, $112 . 14; electrical supplies $93 . 20, sundry $94 . 38 426 32 

Interior Dept.: Birk's Building. 

Tyrell Filter Co.: one No. 2 filter, for "Dominion Parks Branch" * 15 00 

Interior Dept.: Blackburn Building. 

Library Bureau, oak table $25, oak chair $6 . 60 31 60 

Interior Dept.: Canadian Building: ($315.60) 

Office Specialty Co.: sections, 8 of No. 100 at $18, 1 of No. 36 at $14.50, 3 of No. 33 at $13, 
1 of No. 17 at $8.50, 1 of No. 32 at $8, 2 of No. 23 at $6.50; bases, 2 at $3.25, 2 at $2.75; 
tops, 3 at $4.25 251 75 

Tables, 2, $18, $13. 15; 82-in. ventilator $16.40; sundry $16.30. 63 85 

Interior Dept.: Imperial Building. 

Chabot, A.: altering old instrument racks, and making new ones 65 00 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 184, 841 28 

Interior Dept.: Trafalgar Building. 

Storey, D.: standing desks for Accountants' Branoh: 2 at $19 38 00 

Interior Dept.: Woods Building. 

Marshall, E. W. : cleaning and remaking carpets 11 62 

Justice Dept.: {$802.02). 

Capital Office Supply Co.: No. 1701 arch-fyle sections, 4 at $21; 18| sections, 4 at $8; high leg 

bases, 3 at $9; 9 sundry units, $80; No. 05434 r. t. desk $55 278 00 , 

Library Bureau: 2 cupboard sections, $26; 4-box drawer unit, $17; sundry $23 66 00 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: t. w. desk $40; base $4, cornice, $3, bookcase $7.50, 3 legal blank 

sections $48; oak revolving book case $35 137 50 

Red Diamond Polish Co.: 2 gross RD metal polish, pints 54 00 

Electrical supplies $105 . 88, hardware $57 . 87, typewriter desk $23 . 75, sundry $79 . 02 266 52 

Labour Dept.: ($320.23). 

Capital Office Supply Co. : No. 36A King office chairs, 12 at $10 . 40 124 80 

Esmondes: XX coolers, 1 white at $16.75, 2 plain at $12.75 42 25 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: typewriter desks, 1 at $35, 2 at $5.32; chair, $7.50 53 14 

Storey, D.: No. 049 typewriter desk $25; rev. tilt, office chairs, 2 at $10.50 46 00 

Furniture $20.25, clock $12, sundry $21.79 54 04 

Langevin Block ($1 ,378 . 02) . 

Enright, J. J., repairs to elevators: man and boy, 124 h. at 80c; material $60. 75 159 95 

Fitzpatrick, W. J.: Dominion rocker grate-bars, 5 sets at $50; rivets $1 .80 251 80 

Gravelle, J. G. & Co., electric light fixtures: No. 35012, 31 at $12.50; No. 35040, 3 at $62.50, one 

extra heavy at $100 675 00 

Holbrook & Sutherland: taking down part of wall in rear of Langevin Block 90 45 

Modern Electric Co.: repairing armature of motor of fire-pump 59 80 

Perkins, C. L. : overhauling and repairing centre elevator 55 10 

Glass, $38. 10, hardware, $37.59, sundry, $10.23 '. 85 92 

Library of Parliament ($255.69). 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co., 1x9 good mr wp, t & g, d.s.: 2,000 ft. at $35; cartage 50c 70 50 

Ottawa Vacuum Cleaner Mfg. Co. : one vacuum cleaner 125 00 

Bookcase $27.50, hardware $19.85, elec. supplies $12.84 60 19 

Lover's Walk. 

Robertson, Thos. & Co.: 1-in. Jenkins angle-valves: 14 at $1 . 20 16 80 

Major's Hill Park. 

Hardware, $11,05, casting, $9.03 20 08 

Marine and Fisheries Dept. ($1,339.26). 

Bertschinger, A. H.: tungstoliers, one 5-lt. $18.25, one 4-lt. $12.25; lighting-fixtures, 2 at $17.50 65 50 

Federal Typewriter Co.: one No. 260 flat top desk 54 00 

Marine Dept., Prescott: three drawing tables, actual cost $162.78; cartage and packing $7.85 170 63 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: roll top desk $31. 75; flat top de«k \ 1 at $22.28, 1 at $24. 77, 2 at $26.55; 
standing desk $20.92; R.T. chairs, 2 at $14.85; 2 stools $8.98; sections, lat$38, lat $27.50, 

2 at $18, 2 at $15, 2 at $10; 1 oak unit $42 . 50, 2 ends $10, base $10; 6 sections and base, $33 . 76; 
ends, 4 at $5; 2 tops $6; 2 bases $10; bookcases, 2 at $45, 1 at $19.41, 1 at $13.57, 2 at $2.91; 

table $16.20; truck $30 650 26 

Electrical supplies $112.55, furniture $72.30, hardware $50.95, glass, $37.36, carpets $36.23, 

sundry $89.48 398 87 

Marine and Fisheries: Birk's Building ($211.52). 

Gravelle, J. G. & Co. : 2 double-attachment plugs 1 60 

Office Specialty Co.: fyling sections, 5 of No. 67 at $13, 1 of No. 64 at $12, 6 of No. 52 at $6.25, 

3 tops at $4.25, 3 bases at $2.75 135 50 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: book-sections, 5 at $10.13, 1 at $10.47; top $7.76; base $8.46; 2 doors, 

$9.44; 12 shelves $7.20; less $19.56 for 2 sections returned 74 42 

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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa Buildings, Repairs: Furniture, &c.— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 189,234 52 

Militia and Defence ($2,174.71) 

Bcrtschinger, A. H.: 12-in. fans, 3 at &17.50; sundry 60c, 53 10 

Chabot, A.: cupboard, 18-ft. front, 10-ft. high 54 00 

Luke, S. A.: carpet, 30 yd. at $1.70; border, 23 yd. at $1.50; laying and felt, $6.70; 3x4 rug, 
with felt, $40; standing desks, 2 at $20; tables, 4 at $19.40, 1 at $18; sections, 4 at $3.25, 2 

at $3.50; 2 bases $5; 2 (ops $4.25 297 05 

Office Specialty Co.: two No. 30 sections at $24.75, base and top $9, 4,306 cards $60.25, 1,200 
guides $25; 4 sections, base, top, $98.50; 3 sections, base, top, $49.25; 3 sections 
base, top, $49.25; 5 sections, 2 bases, 2 tops, &c, $89.72; tilter chair, $8.10; cabinet $3. 441 57 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: two desks, $22.28, $37.84; 2 chairs, $8.10, $6.97.. 75 19 

Ross, C. Co.: carpet, 35f yd. at $1.85; sundry $4.60; apparent overcharge, 63c 71 21 

Shore & Cockburn: clocks, 2 at $20.42; sundry $4. 16 45 00 

Slack, A.: ash drawing-table and cabinet $55; pine drawing-cabinet, $150; 45 lin. ft. shelving 
$150; 2 oak drawing-cabinets, $75; 15-ft. cupboard, $50; folding cabinet $30; 2 drawing- 
boards $25 535 00 

Furniture $179.75, electrical supplies $113.61, carpets $59.68, hardware $55.80, lumber $55.22, 

glass $25 . 21, brass rods $23 . 70, 2 clocks $24, 2 ventilators $18 . 40; sundry $47. 22 602 59 

Mines Dept. ($4,047.14)- 

Baskerville, W.J., claim for 537-9 Sussex St.: repairs and painting inside of building, $490; 
rent, May 1 to July 31, 1912, $200; extra insurance paid on account of opening in walls, $37.50; 

total claim $727.50; settled at $350 350 00 

Carson, W. J., 38 Its. prismatic glass: 240 sq. ft. at 40c 96 00 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: 168 40-watt lamps, wire-drawn, $104.30; 125 E-40 holophane shades, $92.40; 

10 3-ft. fixtures $90; 6 4-lt. fixtures $68; sundry $131.10 485 80 

Laverdure, E. : partition for office and cloak-room of Topographical branch: 43| ft at $4.90 213 15 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co. ($1,149.75)— 

Sections: No. 213, 32 at $4; No. 211, 33 at $3.50; No. 100, 6 at $18; No. 35, 2 at $8.25; 6 sundry 

$99.50 467 50 

Tops, 1 at $4.50, 4 at $4.25, 14 at $2.25; bases, 2 at $21, 1 at $11.25, 11 at $4.25, 2 at $3.25, 3 at 

$3 168 50 

Steel cabinets, No. 406, 4 at $43; cabinets, 2 at $8 188 00 

. Plan racks, 20 at $10; rack for tracing-cloth $46 246 00 

Banner tables, 4, $65; sundry $14.75 79 75 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: ($1,348.38)— 

Typewriter desks, No. 7365, 6 at $30; flat top desks, No. 7361, 2 at $55 290 00 

Oak chairs: No. 7249, 13 at $17; No. 1115, 20 at $4.71; No. 939, 5 at $10.02; No. 938, 1 at $8.17 373 47 

Policy blank units, No. 87116, 2 at $45; less $20 short paid 70 00 

Interior fittings for show cases, $80; 3 tables $30.03; 2 oak ends $10 120 03 

Plate-glass shelves, 12, $140; 72 oxidized cuspidors $46.50 186 50 

Voucher R-24542 not at Hand, Oct. 21, 1913 308 38 

Rankin, W. A.: 402 bronze 3f x 2|-in. plates, and 200 small brass plates 49 50 

Rea, A. E. & Co.: 16 yd. carpet, 16 yd. border, mitre-mat, making, laying, $59.50 ; 20 yd. 

Wilton at $2.75, 21 yd. border at $2.65 (inch mat, sizing and laying), $110.65 170 15 

Furniture $86.60, blinds $36.59, 4 hose-racks $20, teaming $15, hardware $11.97, 4 shades $9.85, 

sundry $4.40 184 41 

Mint, ($2,932.94). 

Canada Floors, Ltd.: laying Canada asphalt flooring, rolling-room 4,900 ft., melting-house 

1,950 ft., coining-room 422 ft., total 7,272 sq. ft. at 20c; sand, 22 yd. at $1 1,476 40 

Forbes, Jas. F., Montreal: one Forbes water-sterilizing apparatus, filter, storage-tank, and 

cooling-chest 490 00 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: two 1-It. bracket at $23; one 4-circuit Krantz panel-board $72.75. . . 118 75 

Howe, Win.: 112 lights glass $42.72; black Ferredor paint, 10 gal. at $3 72 72 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: two field-coils for No. 10 F-500 volt machine $85, sundry repairs 

$18.25 103 25 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: heavy A linoleum, 150 yd. at $1.30; laying and gluing $15.75 210 75 

Thornton & Truman: brass plates on corking $40.75; 200-ft. iron track $12 52 75 

Thurber, Alex., Montreal: Universal sash-operating devices, 10 at $11.50 115 00 

Hardware: E. J. Laverdure $71.28, sundry $75.43 146 71 

Foundry work $39.97, electrical supplies $36.42, 9 sash and 2 doors $31.75, cement $27.75, 

sundry $10.72 146 61 

National Art Gallery. 

Stewart & Co., screen $25; Two Macs, uniform and cap for E. Delage $22.50 47 50 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 198,436 81 

Naval Service ($318.15). 

Ottawa Typewriter Co. : 2 cabinets $100, office chairs $11 Ill 00 

Fy ling-sections: Capital Office Supply Co., 4, $48.20; Office Specialty Co., 6, $68.50 116 70 

Desk $26, 3 coolers $28.75, 2 chairs $20.20, repairing fire-place $12, sundry $3.50 90 45 

New Departmental Buildings. 

Hardware 1 51 

Northwest Mounted Police ($428.74). 

Cox, John E., Union Bank Building: Goldie-McCulloch safe $100, 5-station Deveau telephone 

$75, oak locker $25, water-stand $7 207 00 

Garrioch, Godard & Co. : Deveau desk telephones, 3 at $20; switch 40c 60 40 

Union Bank of Canada: elec. fixtures in Banking Dept. and basement, telephone-cabinet, 

3 blinds 50 00 

Wigmore, J.: teaming from West Block to Union Bank, Nov.-Dec, 1912 46 94 

Desk $28.30, chair $17.10, brass rods $11.80, elec. supplies $7.20 64 40 



Observatory. 



Hardware $14.40, chair $7.50. 



21 90 



Old Geological Museum: Alterations ($9.03). 
Fleck, Alex. : 2 castings, 258 lb. at 3§c 



9 03 



Ottawa City Post Office ($1,558.29). 

Douglas-Milligan, Montreal: "D" size portable Sturtevant ventilating fans, 2 at $104 208 00 

Forbes, Jas. F., Montreal: one Forbes water-sterilizer, filter-storage, tank-stand and cooling- 
chest 580 00 

Howe, Wm.: painting letter-boxes and parcel receptacles $155; 7 extra mail-boxes $6.65 161 65 

Lord Furniture Co.: kitchen tables for M.O. exchange, 30 at $2.25; kitchen chairs, 48 at 50c; 

high stools, 3 at $3.20 101 10 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co. : repairing armature of freight-hoist, Feb., 1912, $127.30; spare 

armature for freight elevator $142.50; bearings $10 279 80 

Repairing motors $48.50, hardware $40.75, electrical supplies $31.23, filters $31, locks and keys 

$28.13, uniform suit $20, repairing pump $18.38, sundry $9.75 227 74 



Parliament Building. 
Campbell Bros.: 4 bearing-bars, 5-ft. long for boilers 9 45 

Post Office Dept. ($3,788.81). 

Bertschinger, A. H.: E-40 holophane shades, 37 at 12c; sundry $15.80 60 20 

Brophy, W. M.: 3 steel mats for entrances to Langevin Block, 74 sq. ft. at 80fc 59 7o 

Bryson-Graham: carpet, 28 yd. at $1.50, making, &c. $2.60; 16 blinds $60.85; 6 fyling-sections 

$18.60; sundry $6.10 130 15 

Currier, T. W. & Co.: No. 505 library tables, 3 at $21.60 64 80 

Douglas-Milligan, Montreal: "E" size Sturtevant portable ventilating sets, 2 at $130 260 00 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: mahogany mantel, $120; brass fender, $2S; sundry, $25.40 173 40 

Federal Typewriter Co.: sanitary desks, 1 at $34.50, 3 at $21.35; No. 90 chair $21.90; high 

stools, 2 at $7.45; tables, 2 at $12.15 159 65 

Gravelle, J. G. & Co.: fixtures, six 4-lt. at $12.25, seven 3-lt. at $10.30; sundry $6.13 151 73 

Harris & Barry, oak: 5 x 2\ ft. table $12; leather office chair $21.90; chairs, 1 at$14.10,3at $11.90, 

2 at $10.40; stool $4.85 109 35 

Library Bureau: flat top desk $25; card-index cabinet $27.50; guides $4.80; white cards, 

14,400 at $1.80 a M 83 22 

Modern Electric Co.: brass rods for private secretary's room $40.74; sundry $7 47 74 

Murphy-Gamble: Axminster rugs, 1 at $40, 1 at $7.75, 2 at $4.75; inlaid, 21\ yd. at $1.10; laying 

$1.93 89 43 

Office Specialty Co.: standing desk $15; roll-top desk $55; flat top desk $65; chair $12.15; 

sections, 1 at $13, 1 at $4, 7 of No. 211 at $3.50; 2 bases $4, 2 tops $4.75, repairs $1.45 198 85 

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Ottawa Buildings: Itepairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. $ eta. 

Brought forward 202, 372 16 

Post Office Dept. — Concluded. 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: ($1,601.46)— 

Tables: 3 at $19.58, 22 at $14.50, 1 at $14.17, 2 at $10.46 412 83 

Chairs: 7 at $11, 1 at $10.12, 1 at $5.85, 2 at $4.50, 2 at $2.50 106 97 

Desks: flat top, 1 at $45, 1 at $30.38; standing, 1 at $32.50 107 88 

Fyling cabinets: No. 9415, 3 at $14.50; No. 9210, 7 at $33; No. 8310, 2 at $45.50; No. 8160, 

1 at $18; No. 8081, 1 at $38.50; special, locked, 2 at $225 872 00 

Sections, 2 at $15, 3 for $9.32, 1 at $2.63; 3 tops $7.83; 2 bases $8 57 78 

Cupboard units, locked, 2 at $10; 2 ends $10; sundry $14 44 00 

Shore & Cockburn: Moncton clocks, 4 at $12; repairs $3 51 00 

Stewart & Co. : leather couch $55.80; tilter chairs, 3 at $9, 1 at $9.45; rev. book-case $15.30 107 55 

West Disinfecting Co. : soap-dispensers, loaned: 41 at $2 82 00 

Lumber: Jas. Hill $48.50, Savage & MacDonell $102.43 150 93 

Hardware $73.95, electrical supplies $52.39, 3 coolers $43.75, 7 rollers $17.50, brass plate $14, 

sundry $6 207 59 

Post Office Dept.: Blackburn Building ($245.88). 

Grant-Holden-Graham: 23 blinds $38.23, 10 awnings $37.60 75 83 

Office Specialty Co.: flat-top desks, No. 252, 2 at $21.30; No. 35 tables, 2 at $16; tilter chairs, 

2 at $9; No. 115 sections, 2 at $7; sundry $25.75 132 35 

Desk $34.50, glass $3.20 37 70 

Post Office Dept.: Hope Building. 

Wigmore, J.: teaming for Mr. Armstrong, Jan. 29-Feb. 3, 1913 38 30 

Post Office Dept.: Robinson Building ($426.05) . 

. Laverdure, E. J.: enameled basins, 4 at $10.25; sundry $42.60 83 60 

Wigmore, J., teaming: Sept. 30-Oct. 25, $115; Oct. 26-Nov. 30, $227.45 342 45 

Post Office Dept.: Rural Mail Delivery. 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 6038 system desks, 2 at $50; standing desk $15; tables, 2 at $30, 2 at 
$23; wall-map cabinet $45; chairs, 1 at $22.50, 1 at $15, 6 at $10.50; No. 7 base $21, sundry 

$29.75 417 25 

Printing Bureau ($8489.08). 

Bertschinger, A. H.: two 16 circuit panel boards $105; \ in. loricated conduit, 1,100 ft. at 6c.; 

sundry $138.96 309 96 

Davidson, Jas.: \ in. basswood flooring, 1,500 ft. at $75; sundry $7.25 119 75 

Forbes, Jas. F., Montreal: one Forbes water-sterilizer, storage-tanks, filter, and two large 

cooling-chests 775 00 

Jones & Stevens: marble slabs, 18 x 10£ x 11, polished: 20 at $2. 50 50 00 

Mason, Geo. M.: \\ in. w.p. floor, 1,500 ft. at $54; sundry lumber $62.05 143 05 

McCallum, W. R.: Lyhne lamps, 21 at $5, sundry $15.90 120 90 

McKinley & Northwood: porcelain drinking-fountains, 8 at $15.47 123 76 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: cork carpet, 195 yd. at $1.15; wadding 90c 225 15 

Wilson, Wm. C. & Co.: best light filtered cylinder oil, 90? gal. at 90c; Ocean marine engine 

oil, 45 gal. at 60c 108 45 

Lumber: J. A. Desrivieres $91.70, Jas. Hill $174.31, E. Laverdure $90.10, sundry $12.41 368 52 

Electrical supplies: Garrioch & Godard $310.02, sundry $52.60 362 62 

Hardware, plumbing, &c: J. R. McLennan $90.42, sundry $260.21 350 63 

Foundry work: Alex. Fleck $188.58, sundry $7.58 196 16 

Cement and sand $71.31, 2 rugs $41, glass $27.99, 2 ventilators $23.80, 5 awnings $20, brick 

$16.50, furniture $15.30, repg. roof $15, sundry $4.18 235 08 

Printing Bureau: Sterilizers ($170.82). 

Laverdure, E. J.: galv. pipes, tees, elbows, valves, &c., for sterilizers in Printing Bureau 170 32 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 209, 359 52 

Privy Council Office ($1,088.16). 

Can. Buffalo Forge Co.: 12 inch electric disk fans, 2 at $25 50 00 

Library Bureau: 5 sections $75.25, top and base $10.50, guides and folders $21.50 107 25 

Murphy -Gamble: green cloth, 35 yd. at $2.50; inlaid, 42 yd. at $1.35, 28J yd. at $1.50; 

sundry, $4.91 •.•■•;. .- 191 30 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: special filing cabinet $125; oak 4-dr. legal units, 4 at $33; cupboard 

units, 2 at $18.50; cheque-sorter unit $37.50; transfer cases, 100 at 35c; 500 guides $35; 

5,000 folders $36; sundry $50.33 487 83 

Hardware $100.26, 3 water-coolers $46.90, electrical supplies $35.30, mirror $12.50, sundry 

$51.82 246 78 

Public Service Commission (#88.50). 

Harris & Barry: one velvet lounge 22 50 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 2 No. 8,090 oak separators, and 2 No. 8,210 oak units 66 00 

Public Works Dept. (S4M4-66). 

Bertschinger. A. H.: tungstoliers, 2 of 5-lt. at $17.35, 1 of 4-lt. at $12.70; sundry$16.50 63 90 

Capital Office Supply Co.: two No. 5,236 typewriter desks, $42, $45; No. 11 typewriter desk 

$30; flat top desk- $38; 72 x 42 table, with 6 drawers $35; sundry $18.30 208 30 

Chabot, A., stationery cupboards: 6 x 7 ft., in basement, 2 at $108; 14 x 10 in Accounts Branch 

$98 314 00 

Federal Typewriter Co.: desk $29.70; No. 75J stools, 4 at $8. 15; sundry $27.80 90 10 

Harris & Bairy: oak tables, 1 at $19.90, 3 at $13.50, 2 at $9.90; roll-top desk $54; rev. high 
stools, 12 at $7.85; rev. tilt, chairs, 2 at $12.50, 1 at $14.85; chairs, 6 at $6, 1 at $8.10; 

sundry $23.75 336 10 

Hurd & Co.: revolver for asst. paymaster, $13; cartridges $1 14 00 

Laurentian Spring: 3 coolers and water, $11.75; $11.75, $10.00 33 50 

Lord Furniture Co.: No. 7,040 desks. 2 at $37.60; table $12.25 87 45 

Luke, S. A.: two tables, $15.50, $12; green axm. carpet, 23-£ yd. at $1.70; border, 21 yd. 

at $1 .50; laying, &c, $5.48 103 93 

Modern Electric Co.: nine brass rods 62 50 

Murphy-Gamble Co.: sheeting, 42 yd. at 35c, 42 at 40c. 38 at 45c; green cloth. 9 yd. at $2.50; 

Hochelaga matting, 42 yd. at 40c, 42 at 45c; Wilton rug $37.50; sundry $42.65 186 95 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co. ($664.17). 

Desks: roll-top $67.50; 2 flat-top. $47, $27; No. 5,032, $33.25; 2 standing, $29, $25.50; 

3 typewriter, $31.72, $24.30, $24.30 . 309 57 

Chairs: 2 at $3.75, 1 at $5.85, 1 at $6.50, 1 at $7.50* 2 tilter, $6.98, $21.60 55 93 

Shannon sections, 3 at $16.50; 3 sections $13; 6 sections $66.25 128 75 

Bases, 2 at $21, 2 for $7.50; 3 tops. $10 : 59 50 

Vertical cabinet $38; guides and folders $24.17 62 17 

Desk-trays, 14 at $1.75; phone stands, 2 at $6.50; sundry $10.75 48 25 

Ottawa Typewriter Co. ($974.37). 

Units 8,210 and 8,610, with card-drawer, ends and separator 100 00 

Units: 8,010, $25; 8,210, $30; 8,610, $18 73 00 

Desks: 7,383, 3 at $40; 7,735, $37; 3 typewriter, $29.50, $35, $45; 3 oak, $75, $45.90, 

$45; 2 roll-top, $31.73, $45.90 510 03 

Chairs: 1 at $15, 2 at $13, 1 at $8.45, 5 at $7.50, 1 at $5.54, 8 at $4.50, 1 at $4.45 132 94 

Trays, 10 at $2; 2 book cases, $22.50, $25 67 50 

Stands, 1 at $10, 3 at $6; paper rack $15; sundry $47.90 90 90 

Rea, A. E. & Co.: 1,200 ft. slats $21; white cotton, 44 yd. at 40c, 44£ at 35c; sundry 

$12.25.- 66 43 

Ross, C. Co.: linoleum, 19| yd. at $1.25, 36| at 95c 59 21 

Sproulo, R. A.: oak counter and screen in Accountant's Branch, $750; less $582.50 paid in 

1911-12, page V-95 187 50 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: sheeting, 46 yd. at 45c, 80 at 39c, 64 at 37£c, 95| at 35c; linoleum, 44 

yd. at $1.25; carpet, 21 yd. at $1.35; cork carpet, 3l£ yd. at 90c; sundry $34.06 • 255 09 

Storey, D.: roll-top typewriter desk _ 52 00 

Thornton & Truman: alterations in dumb-waiter in record-room 89 90 

Electrical supplies: P. Ackroyd $98.18, Garrioch & Godard $51.75, sundry $41.35 191 28 

Furniture $89.85, hardware $59.55, sundry $154.53. 303 93 

Public Works Dept.: Birks Building (SI, 850. 70). 

Birks, Hy. & Sons: about 80 lin. ft. ash partition, with V-joint in lower part; one new door in 

old partition; taking down old partition, and rpg. plaster 655 00 

Office Specialty Co.: sections, 4 of No. 100 at $18, 8 sundry for $43.75; 3 bases $14.50; 2 tops 

$8.25; chairs, 1 at $15, 2 at $7.75; book-case $15; No. 6,036 desk $35; table $18. 50 237 50 

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Ottawa Buildings, Repairs: Furniture, &c.— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 215,768 34 

Public Works Dept.: Birks Building — Concluded. 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: 3 oak desks, $70, $45, $45; oak chairs, 1 at $17, 2 at $11, 4 at $5; 4 

trays $8 227 00 

Ross, C. Co.: rugs, 2 at $40; 2 mats $10 90 00 

Sproule, R. A.: alterations to counter, and making case 65 25 

Desk $36.45, 2 filters $30, sundry $9.50 75 95 



Public Works Dept.: Cement Laboratory ($74-75). 



Allan, W. E.: 20 x 30 sink $15.75; sundry $5 

Lord Furniture Co.: No. 6,048 flat-top double desk. 



20 75 
54 00 



Public Works Dept.: Corry Building. 
Office Specialty Co.: No. 406 uprights, 2 at $28.50; ends, folders, &c. $33.55. 



90 5' 



Public Works Dept.: Robinson Building ($908.32). 

Savage & MacDonell Co.: 9 partitions, 1, 191 sq. ft. at 50c 5'>5 50 

Wigmore, J., teaming: Oct. 11-15, Nov. 7-15, 1912 128 00 

Disinf. soap $43, 8 stools $43.40, 5 tables $39.50, 3 coolers $38.25, electrical supplies $15.30, 

hardware $5.37 184 82 

Railways and Canals Dept. ($420.4$). 

Capital Office Supply Co.: -typewriter desks $35; chairs, 1 at $8.50, 2 at $4.50 52 50 

Currie & Livock: 4 Favorite radiators: 188 sq. ft. at 40c 75 20 

Hardware $68.29, 4 coolers $50, window-frames and sash $47.50, telephone $22.50, furniture 

$21.02, electrical supplies $20.25, sundry$63.16 292 72 

Railway Commission ($4,4^7.18). 

Ackroyd.P.: 12-in. D. C. fans, 110 volt, 14 at $14; annunciator $2 198 00 

Bertschinger, A. H.: 15 station Deveau telephone, $30; 75 ft. cable $20 50 00 

Can. Gen. Electric Co.: 12-in. electric fans, 17 at $13 221 00 

Chabot.A.: cupboards, 3 of 5 x 7 ft. at $45, 3 of 4i-x7 ft. at $42; less $175 paid in 1911-12 (page V— 96) 86 00 
Capital Office Supply Co.: No. 1701, 4 sections $69, tdp $4.50, base $6; No. D-12£, 12 sections at 
$3.60, 8 bases $16, 7 tops $14; bookcase, 3 sections at $4.75, base and tbp $4.50; 15 fyle letter 
cabinet $25; 3 tables, $22, $21, $19; desks, 2 of No. 5236 at $45, 1 of No. 6034 at $36.10; 

double wardrobe $25; typewriter chair $16.50 426 05 

Fraser, W. F.: pine lumber, 2,500 ft. at $28; V-joint clear basswood, D2S, 2,000 ft. at $35; sundry 

$31.05 171 05 

Grand Trunk Railway: lettering and numbering doors $59.48; changes in light-wiring and 
bell-signal system made by Western Electric Co. in rooms to be occupied by Ry. Com., 

$262.06 321 51 

Imperial Realty Co.: repairs, &c. at No. 66 Queen St., June, 1912 364 94 

Kyle, S.L.: workatAsst. Engr's office: partitions, 21§ ft. $235, sundry $11.25 246 25 

Library Bureau: 8-drawer evidence-units, 3 at $17.50; base and top $9.30 61 80 

Murphy-Gamble Co.: 22 blinds, $34.50; 25 shades $46.99; sundry $18 99 49 

Office Specialty Co.: No. 2002 leg bases, 4 at $9; No. 2030 sections, 12 at $31.50; No. 2012 tops, 

4 at $4.50; one set 5x3 guides $140; sundries $10. 50 582 50 

Ottawa Typewriter Co. ($1,472.57). 

Flat drawers: units, 40 at $17.50; bases, 4 at $5.30; tops, 4 at $4 737 20 

Sections, oak hor., 2 for $35; top $4; base $5. 30 44 30 

Oak units: bases,4at$5.30; tops, 4 at $4 37 20 

Oak unit No. 8210, 1 at $30; 2 ends $10; bases $1.50; guides, &c. $11.85 53 35 

Oak units, bookcases, 2 at $15; ends $5; sundries $28.50 63 50 

Glass desk-top$15; rev. bookcase $35; tables, 2 at $25 100 00 

Typewriter desks, 2 at $45, 1 at $32.40; 2 oak desks, $90, $45 257 40 

Stratford chairs, 16 at $6.42; 4 oak chairs, $12, $17, 2 at $15 161 72 

Side chairs, 2 at $4.95; cushion $8 17.^0 

Ross, C. Co.: carpet, 3 6| yd. at $1.75; laying &c. $3.78 67 0J 

Furniture $42.85, glass $15, sundries $1 58 85 

Rideau Hall. 

Mulhall Hardware: zinc nails, snow-shovels, wrongly charged to this vote 23 65 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 222, 171 36 

Robinson Building. 

Canadian Alexalite: standard A-l patent Alexalite fittings, 18 at $18.90; less $5.01 brokerage 

and express 335 19 

Secretary of State's Dept. ($686.43). 

Luke, S. A.: one leather couch 58 00 

Mills, A. K. & Son: fire-guard fenders,9 at $7.50 67 50 

Murphy-Gamble: Axminister carpet, 52-;* vd. at $1.85; laying, &c. $6.28; green cloth, 6 ydrat 

$2.50 119 03 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: No. 7001 bookcases, 8 at $22.50; No. 9912 oak sections, 6 at $7.50; 2 

sections, $16, $20; 2 bases and 2 tops, $14; bookcase £35; tilter chair, No. 104£ $36.45; 

4 ends $10 350 45 

Electrical supplies $35, 2 coolers $25.50, 3 brass rods $15.60, furniture $9.35 . . 85 45 

Senate ($880.40). 

Gravelle,J.G.&Co.: 5-lt. tungstoliers, complete, Oat $17.50; extra chain $5. 40 110 40 

McKinley & Northwood: 4 Favorite radiators, 202 sq. ft. at32-4c; hardware §20.66 86 26 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.; No. 7463 flat-top desk, 3 at $17.75; bookcase $45; No. 9221 sections, 3 

at$8.75; sundries $28. 85 153 35 

Ross, C. Co: upholstering 26 chairs, 236 h. at 50c; re-staining chairs, 26 at $2.50; moroccoline, 

18i yd. at $2; sundries $36.82 256 32 

Linoleum, 72f yd. $87.07; 6 arm-chairs $54.75; rug $36; elec. supplies $35; furniture $27.50; 

hardware $22.50; marble $15; sundries $1.25 279 07 

Sundry Expenditure ($646.85). 

Charlebois Pure Ice Supply: ice: March 7 to April 30,1912, 240 lb. daily, $84; May 3 to 30, 1912, 

23 d. 4,972 lb. at 25c, $285. 89; sundries 40c 370 29 

Teaming: T. Landry $52.50, J. Wigmore $73.65 126 15 

Customs $46.38, repairs $17.96, sand$16.30, sundries $19.32 99 96 

Advertising $15.50; King's Printer, printing and stationery $34.95 50 45 

Supreme Court ($787.73). 

Barrett Bros.: Hn.clear birch flooring, 1,750 ft. at$43; shingles 75c 76 00 

Campbell Bros. Steel and Iron Works ($243.70)— 

Repairing boiler, Jan. 3-8, 1912: nightwork, 94J r h. at 90c (=60c+30c); sundries, 361 h. 

at $1.20 (=60c.4-60c); 3-in. x 10-ft. boiler tubes, 100ft. at 15c 143 70 

Re-tubing and testing boiler, Sept., 1912 100 00 

Carson, W. J.: burlap, 115 yd. at 30c; sundries $39.70 : 74 20 

Chabot, A.: laying hardwood flooring, 16^ sq. at $4; large pigeon-hole cupboards, 2 at $40; 

sundry $12.50 158 50 

Dowsley, A. H.: oak cabinet $45; rev. bookcase $30; leather case $17.50; sundries $3 95 50 

Harris & Barry: leather couch for Chief Justice 70 00 

Lumber $24.33, hardware $12.18, sundries $33.32 69 83 

Thistle Building. 

Royal Trust Co. : damages caused by neglect in use of water taps 25 00 

Trade and Commerce ($889.25). 

Ackroyd, P.: 3-lt. B.T. clusters, 7at$6.11 42 77 

Bertschinger, A. H.: six 3-lt. Benj. clusters, $53; 110-volt. lamps, 47 at 65c 83 55 

Capital Office SupplyCo.: No. 6048 flat-top desk $54; oak table $17 71 00 

Murphy-Gamble: Wilton rug $70; brussels, 27 yd. at $1.50; laying, &c $3.89 114 39 

Ottawa Typewriter Co.: flat-top desk $40; roll-top typewriter desk $52; No. 8210 unit, $30; 

ends, bases, folders, guides $27; lock $3 152 00 

Stuart & Co.: oak desk $36.45; table $20.70; rev. tilt, chair $20.25; chair $2.50 79 90 

Electrical supplies $104.79, furniture $85.62, hardware $60.87, desk $40, sundries $4.36 295 64 

Trafalgar Building. 

Shore & Cockburn: repairing two clocks 2 00 

Victoria Museum. 

Uniform for elevatorman $20, hardware $10, elec. supplies $1.58 31 58 

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Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. $ cts. 

Carried forward * 226, 410 79 

West Block ($318.09). 

McCallum, W. R.: electrical work and supplies in corridor $200; less $29.50 for 2,400 ft. of No. 

12 wire not supplied 170 50 

Otis-Fenscm Elevator Co. : repairing elevator armature, &c. , July, 1912 125 40 

Castings $15.44,hose $6.75 22 19 

West Block {$622.25). 

Architectural Sheet Metal Co. : two galvanized iron skylights 325 00 

Forbes; Jas. F. , Montreal: one Forbes water filter 140 00 

Ottawa Gas Co.: No. Ruud heater 150 00 

Electrical supplies $3.75, ice $3.50 7 25 

Shops: Sundry Expenses ($460.06). 

Freight $174.09, street car tickets $60, foundry work $57.17, hardware $50.88, 6 tarpaulins 

$28.80, duty $19.30, clock time-sheets $15, sundries $54.82 460 05 

Stores: Electrical Supplies ($9,143.95). 

Ackrovd, P.: C. G. E. oscillating fans, 74 of 12-in. at $19, 18 of 16-in. at $22.40; sundry $154.04 1,963 24 
Bertschinger, A. H.: copper bars, 372 lb. at 44c; 500 ft. N. C. cord, $125; 200 Faries F. A. 

shades, $120.50; sundry $663.45 1,072 63 

Canadian Alexalite: patent Alexalite fittings, Type A-l, 18 junior at $15.65, 5 standard at 

SIS. 90; 23 tungsten lamps $26.10; sundry $3.80 406 10 

Capital Electric Co.: r. c. solid wire, 2 M. ft. of No. 14 at $12, 2 M. ft. of No. 12 at $15; sundry 

$114.49 168 49 

Ellacott, J. A. L.: No. 14 r. c. wire, 3 M. ft. at $11; sundry $84.86 117 86 

Garrioch, Godard & Co.: type "A" Alexalite fittings, 6 at $17.50; sundry $262.92 307 92 

Gravelle, J. G. & Co.: wafers for glower lamps, 500 of Nos. 2 and 3 at $1.32, 100 of No. 4 at 

$2; heater-tubes for 220-volt type, 500 at $1 .32; sundry $87.87 1,607. 87 

Holophane Co.: holophane supplies and duty 60 24 

Marchand & Donnelly: 18 pushes, $47.80; tape $36.50; sundry $8.45 92 75 

McCallum, W. R.: Duncan key sockets, 1,000 at 25c; telephone wire, 6,071 ft. at 2^0.; No. 
v 14 r. c. wire, 10,105 ft. at He.; N. C. flex, cord, No. 18, 5,100 ft. at 2c; fuses, 190 at 35c, 

90 at 32c, 160 at 25c; 1,000 lead anchors $50; sundry $333.05 1,148 41 

Trudeau, Arthur, Ottawa ($2,001.19)— 

Silk cord: 9-wire, 1,000 ft. at 13c; 7-wire, 1,000 ft. at 10c; 5-wire, 1,200 ft. at 8c; 4-wire, 

1,000 ft. at 5c; 3-wire, 1,000 ft. at 4c; 2-wire, 1,000 ft. at 3|c 451 00 

Telephone wire, style C, 12,500 ft. at 2|c; bell wire, 150 lb. at 45c 380 00 

R. C. wire: No. 14, 5,000 ft. at l§c, 3,000 ft. at ljo.; No. 12, 1,000 ft. at $17.50; No. 10, 

1,000 ft. at $22.50 152 50 

R. C. wire, No. 6 stranded, 680 ft. at 8c; No. 18 cord, 1,000 ft. at 2c, 3,000 ft. at 2|c. . . . 149 40 

Galvaduct, Hnch, 2,000 ft. at 8c; 250 condulets $119. 10; 38 cut-outs $29.80 308 90 

Ed. key sockets, 500 at 19c; spring holder bases for 2 glower, 25 at $2.25 151 25 

Sampson B. zincs, 1 gross $63; 2Hn. wood box bells, 60 at 75c, 24 at 85c 128 40 

Fuse-blocks, 16 at $2; sundry electrical supplies $247.74 279 74 

Repairs $54.05, white marble $48, 8 reductors $28, sundry $7.20 137 25 

Stores: Furniture ($4429.87). 

Bristow, M. G.: revolving chairs, 152 at $9; chairs, 72 at $3.75 1,638 00 

Bryson-Graham: No. 444 oak chairs, 6 at $4 . 50 27 00 

Capital Office Supply Co.: hor. drop-type desks, 2 at $35; cane-seat chairs, 2 at $7.50 85 00 

Dowsley, A. H.: 60x34 flat-top sanitary desks, 5 at $30 150 00 

Federal Typewriter Co.: flat-top desks, 55 of 60x34-in. at $32.50, 12 of 60x37-in. at $37.50; 

table, $5 2,242 50 

Malcolm Furniture Co., Kincardine: No. 600 sanitary flat-top desks, 60x34-in., 6 at $32.50. . . 195 00 

Repairing cushions $18.35, 12 mirrors $27, 2 stools $14, storage $14, freight $12.18, seats $6.84 92 37 

Stores: Hardware, Paint, &c. ($12,262.07). 

Baron, Jas. H.: one ton pure white lead, in 25-lb. tins, $136; white shellac, 43 gal. at $1.85; 

sundry paints, glass, &c $466. 13 681 68 

Davidson & Crooks: 150 New-England grate bars, 7,341 lb. at 4c; sundry castings, $93.35.... 386 99 

Fitzpatrick, W. J. : basket grates, 24 at $3 72 00 

Fleck, Alex.: steel ash boxes, 6 at $13.50; manhole cover $13.65 94 65 

General Supply Co.: Garth fire extinguishers, 50 at $10; sundry hardware $124.58 624-58 

Howe, W. S.: puro white lead in 25-lb. tins, one ton, $165; sponges, 55 lb. at $2.60; pure 

orange shellac, 46 gal. at $2; boiled oil, 54 gal. at $1.12; sundry $166.02 626 50 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 119 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 243 , 87 1 41 

Stores: Hardware, Paint, &c. — Concluded. 

Metropolitan Oils and Soaps: cylinder oil, 48-47 gal. at 75c; engine oil, 47*65 gal. at 60c; 

boiled linseed oil, 48-5 gal. at 95c; turpentine, 47-4 gal. at 65c 141 83 

Ontario May-Otway Fire-Alarms: brass hose-valves, nickeled, 93 at $9.50; packing, &c $8.50 892 00 

Ottawa Paint Works: dbl. glass, 3,200 ft., $195.65; 15 brushes, $25.50 221 15 

West Disinfecting Co. : euchrelyptum, 52 wine-gallons at $1 . 75 91 00 

Wilson, Wm. C. & Co.: best light filtered cylinder oil, 90 gal. at 90c; Ocean engine oil, 90J 

gal. at 60c; lard oil, 45 gal. at $1 180 30 

Hardware, plumbing, paint, &c: J. P. Band $309.73, W. J. Carson $194.40, Central Hardware 
Co. $709.72, Cuzner Co. $137.89, Geo. Higman & Sons $545.34, Wm. Howe $447.66, 
Laurentian Stone Co. $234.74, E. G. Laverdure & Co. $301.65, E. J. Laverdure $137.49, 
Mulhall Hardware $361.29, McKinley & Northwood $273.56, W. A. Rankin $1,111.38. 
Thos. Robertson & Co. $218.84, Star Hardware Co. $240.05, P. Stewart $620.53, J. Storr 

$799.34, Wm. Strachan $419.50, Chas. Watt $149.53, sundry $845.84 7,823 54 

Foundry work: C. L. Perkins $215.80, Thornton & Truman $141.21, sundry $40.24 397 25 

Sundry small items 28 60 

Stores: Lumber ($5,575.95). 

Barrett Bros.: pine plank, 3,000 ft. at $35; 2-in. pine, mill-run, 2,000 ft. at $30; lx8-in., D, 

1,000ft. $35; basswood, 3,000 ft. of f-m. at$30, 5,000 ft. of §-in. at $35; 1-in. ash, 1 ,500 ft. at $35 532 50 

Desrivieres, J. A.: £-m. basswood, V-joint, 2,000 ft. at $35; 1x8 t. & g., D2S good pine, 3,000 
ft. at $40; 1x12 good pine, D 4S, 1,007 ft. at $55; 3-in. birch, 1st qual., 550 ft. at $75; sundry 

$12 . 64 299 28 

Elmitt Lumber Co.: 1x9 good pine shelving, 4,008 ft. at $38; \\-\n. clear white pine, 3,008 ft. 
at $82; best basswood, 1,000 ft. of 1-in. DlS at $54, 4,400 ft. of 1-in. at $45; 1-in. best 

qtrd. oak, 2,316 ft. at $90; 1-in. best red oak, 2,632 ft. at $60; sundry $34.50 1,051 82 

Fraser, W. F., Ottawa: sundry lumber, poles and sash 288 79 

Gilmour, D. G. & Co.: good pine, 2x6 to 11-in., 7,012 ft. at $62; 1x8 up, 12 and 13 ft., No. 1 
pine, 3,075 ft. at $75; basswood, D2S, 3,357 ft. at $55; thin basswood, 793 pes., 5,966 

ft. at $30; sundry lumber $472.59; cartage $7 1,508 43 

Hill, James, Ottawa: sundry lumber 267 34 

Laverdure, E. J.: 1x8 t. and g., 10,063 ft. at $26; §-in. basswood, No. 1 k. d. 3,000 ft. at $35; 

lx8-in. t. and g., 6,000 ft. at $26; sundry lumber $153.05 675 69 

Reliance Moulding Co., Toronto: mouldings, 3,000 ft 168 94 

Savage & MacDonell Co.: 1-in. No. 1 red oak, 2,810 ft. at $65.50; 1^x7 up, 12 to 16 ft., best 

pine, 5,000 ft. at $82; sundry $40.50 634 56 

Storey, D. : 2x8 to 10-in. rough spruce, 4,000 ft. at $25; cartage $2 102 00 

Small payments, 3 46 60 

Stores: Sundry (S1.S70.78). 

Brigham, T. G.: cement, 15 brl. at $2.25; fire-clay', 20 bags at $1.25; lime $8.40; less $6 bags 61 15 

Collector of Customs: duty on I. Lapierre's invoice of Dec. 7, 1912 189 50 

Murphy-Gamble: repp, 179i yd. at $1.50; sundry $35.95 304 83 

Stanley, L. E. & Co.: cloth, 25 yd. at $2.75; repp, 56£ yd. at $1.50; sundry $16. 60 170 10 

Stevenson, S. J.: sal ammoniac, 448 lb. at lie; sal soda, 500 lb. at l£c 56 78 

West Disinfecting Co.: enchrelyptum, 156 gal. at $1.75 273 00 

Freight and express $52.83, sand and plaster $41.80, street-car tickets $30, stationery $8.30, 

sundry $182 .49 315 42 

Insurance. 

Lapierre, H.: premium of insurance in Rimouski Fire Insurance Co., policy No. 830,946, 

amount $3,000 (Oct. 23, 1912) 112 50 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance. 

Rankin, W. A. : two door-check springs for Renfrew Public Building 2 40 

Items subsequently refunded. 

Martin, N.: cheque 37,331 60 00 

Paymaster, error in addition of pay-list 5 00 

260,773 71 
Less— Discounts for cash, as shown below (Page V — 120) 279 38 

260,494 33 
Detailed in 1911-12 (page V— 100) 16,478 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 276,972 33 



V— 120 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa Buildings: Discounts deducted from Accounts, for Cash Payment. $ cts. 

Three per cent: Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co 71 

Two per cent: P. Ackroyd $23.68, W. E. Allan 26c, J. P. Band $3.73, J. H. Baron $3.32, 
Barrett Bros. $1.76, A. H. Bertschinger $3.69, B. O. T. Mfg. Co. $2.67, H. W. Brooks 
$2.40, Can. Elec. Co. 81c., Can. Oil Co.'s $2.71, Cap. Elec. Co. $1.83, Cap. H. W. Co. 
35c, W. J. Carson $10.35, Central Hardware $7.04, Currie & Livock 5c, Cuzner Hard- 
ware $5.77, Jas. Davidson $2.74, J. A. Desrivieres $4.54, Dunlop Tire Co. $1.82, J. A. L. 
Ellacott S3. 63, Elmitt Lumber Co. $4.92, Esmondes $2.41, A. Foisy $2.74, W. F. Frazer 
$3 20, Garrioch-Godard Co. $35.09, Gen. Supply Co. $2.18, D. G. Gilmour & Co. $19.34, 
J G Gravelle & Co. $9.09, Gray-Harvey Co. $4.41, G. Higman & Sons $11.98, Jas. Hill 
$20 14, Wm. Howe $14.19, W. S. Howe $9.27, F. Keil & Son 41c, E. J. Laverdure $11.92, 
G. M. Mason $1.40, Modern Elec. Co. $2.60, G. N. Moxley $2.60, Mulhall Hardware 
$6.36, W. R. McCallum $12.25, McKinley & North wood $21.28, J. R. McLennan $27.23, 
Office Specialty Co. 10c, Ottawa Elec. Co. 52c, Ottawa Hardware Co. 50c, Ottawa 
Paint Works $3.90, Ottawa Typewriter Co. 45c, Phillips Mfg. Co. 60c, W. A. Rankin 
' $17 79, J. Robertson Co. $4.38, T. Robertson Co. $1, Savage & MacDonell Co. $22.88, 
Star Hardware Co. $2.57, Steel and Radiation 31c, P. Stewart $3.70, J. Storr $6.92, W. 

Strachan $42 . 76, A. Trudeau $81 . 86, Chas. Watt $5 . 75, Wright & Co. $1 505 17 

One per cent: Canadian Oil Companies 58 

Total, distributed below ' 506 46 

Deducted from the following Votes: Observatory (V— 23), $8.32; Eastern Block (V — 30), 
$13 03; New Dept. Buildings (V — 34), $48.57; Victoria Museum (V — 37), $36.95; 
Lavatories (V — 69), $12.46; Driveway Pavement (V — 69), $1,18; Pari. Buildings, 
Impvts (V — 70), $4.65; New Exam. Warehouse (V — 71), $20.32; Major's Hill Park 
(V— 71), 23c; Old Geol. Museum (V — 73), $20.87; Printing Bureau (V — 76), 34c; 
Ottawa Buildings, Lighting (V— 99 ), $56.29; Grounds (V— 100), $3.87; Ottawa Build- 
ings, Repairs (V— 119), $279 .38; total as above 506 46 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service. 

Exchange Service to Mar. 31, 1918. 

Agriculture Department ($828.32)— 

Offices: Minister, 343, $40; 4201, $40; Deputy, 1753, $55; Asst. Deputy, 2092, $40; Ac- 
countant, 2857, $40; Patents Branch, 4121, $40; Trade Marks and Copyrights, 4133, 
$40; Tobacco Branch, 5473, $50; Publications Branch, 5824, $60; Chief Translator, 
6353, $40; Live Stock Branch, 8647, May 6-Mar. 31, $36.15; Experimental Farm, 

4232, 6 m. to March 31, 1913, $22.50; Messengers' room, 344, $35 538 65 

Residences: Minister, Q 5154, Nov. 16, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $54.89; Deputy Minister, Q501, 
R 82, $35; Asst. Deputy Minister, R 82, $35; Accountant, Q 440, $35; Private Secre- 
tary, Q 4852, Nov. 17, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $54.78; C. W. C. Bate, R 1260, $40; T. K. 

Doherty, Q 1425, $35 289 67 

Auditor-General's Office ($495)— 

Offices: Auditor-General, 1101, $40; E. D. Sutherland, 4629, $35; F. Hayter, 3096, $55; 
J W. Reid, 2753, $50; Wm. Kearns, 3097, $50; H. Gross, 5251, $50; C. Douglas, 4687 
$55- H. Folkins, 5395, $40; W. C. King, 3763, $50; Messengers' room, East Block, 

310, $35 460 00 

Residence: Auditor-General, Q 1633 35 00 

Census Office ($135) — 

Offices: Commissioner, Q 1916, 6 m. to Sept. 30, $20, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $40; Supt. of 

Compilation, Q 7492, $40 100 00 

Residence: Commissioner, Q 347, 35 00 

Civil Service Commission ($245.42)— 

Offices- Dr. A. Shortt, 6806, $40; M. G. LaRochelle, 6807, $40; enquiry, 5325, $55 135 00 

Residences: Dr. Shortt, R 1101, $35; M. G. LaRochelle, R 2310, $35; Dr. Thorburn, 
6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $17.50; Wm. Foran, May, 1912, $2.92, season 1912 at Britannia, 

$20 110 42 

Clerk of Crown in Chancery ($125)— 

Offices: Clerk, 5258, $50; Deputy, 5539, $40 90 00 

Residence: Q 4050 35 00 

-amission of Conservation ($225.93)— . - .. 

Offices: Secretarv, 5331, $40; Dr. Hodgetts, 7157, $55; M. J. Patton, W. J. Dick and 

G. Denis, 4620, $90.93 185 93 

Residence: Secretary, R 338 40 00 

Customs Department ($648.80)— 

Offices: Commissioner, 4894, $40; Asst. Commissioner, 2524, $40; Private Secretary, 
1016 $60; Chief Appraiser, 3907, $55; Chief Statistics, 2205, $40; Statistical Branch, 
1250, $35; Clerk of Supplies, 2077, Feb. 8-Mar. 31, 1912, at $5 additional, 72c, 12m. 
to Mar. 31, 1913, $40; Clerk of Supplies, 8196, Feb. 6, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $40.23; 
Law Clerk, 7572, $40; Laboratory, 6597, $35; Drawback Branch, 615, 6 m. to Mar. 

31, $20; messengers, 284, $35 '■ 480 95 

Offices: Hull Custom House, 6 m. tc Sept. 30, 1912 20 00 

Residences: Commissioner, R 1853, $35; R. R. Farrow, Q 3183, $35; J. S. Roe, Q 7941, 

Oct. 20, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $57.85; J. A. Watson, Q 7947, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $20. . 147 85 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 121 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward '. 2, 703 47 

Exchange Service to Mar. SI — Continued. 
Dominion Police ($558) — 

Offices: Commissioner, 358, £50; Archives, 3849, $35; East Block, 51, $58; Langevin 
Block, 52, $40; Printing Bureau, 54, $40; Rideau Hall, 55, $45; Roval Mint, 4688, 
$35; Victoria Memorial Museum, 7316, $35; West Block, 53, $40; Woods Building, 
2546, $35; Inspector Hogan, 1673, $40 453 00 

Residences: Commissioner, Q 206, $35; Inspector Hogan, Q 1377, $35; Inspector Parkin- 
son, Q 2160, $35 105 00 

Exchequer Court ($105) — 

Office: Registrar, 273 65 00 

Residence: Registrar, R 40 40 00 

External Affairs Department ($135.50)— 

Offices: Under Secretary of State, Q 1879, $43; Messenger, 5837, $50 93 00 

Residence: Under Secretary of State, R 138, 6 m. to Sept. 30, $22.50; Q 2704, 6 m. to 

Mar. 31, 1913, $20. 42 50 

Finance Department ($577.08) — 

Offices: Deputy Minister, 2198, $55; Private Secretary, 2920, $40; Accountant, 2197, $40; 
Comptroller of Currency, 2744, $40; Clerk of Estimates, 2872, $40; E. L. Brittain, 
6941, $40; Treasury Board, 5378, $40; Messengers, 304, $50; Room No. 46, 7088, June 
11, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $32.08 377 08 

Residences: Minister, Q 4856, Nov. 15, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $55; Deputy, Q 3272, $35; 

H. T. Ross, Q 3988, $35; J. A. Russell, Q 5784, $35; R. B. Viets, Q 3865, $40 200 00 

Governor General's Office and Rideau Hall ($692.68)— 

Offices: Secretary, East Block, 64, $35; Secretary, Rideau Hall, 2439, $35; Military 
Secretary, R (599)7599, $52; Miss Pelly, R 64, $40; Steward, R478, $35; Orderlies 
and Household, R 225, $39; J. F. Crowdy, 7453, $40; Rideau Hall, 62, $40; 2031, $38; 
8324, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $37.92 391 92 

Rideau Hall: private line, 12 m 167 76 

Residences: Military Secretary, 1952, $63: A. F. Sladen, R 1782, $35; W. M. Hutchinson, 

Q 1693, $35 133 00 

House of Commons ($717.50)— 

Offices: Speaker, 320, $65; Leader of Opposition, 2081, $55; Chief Messenger, 551, $40; 
Messenger, 313, $35; Agriculture and Colonization Committee, 2667, $40; Distribu- 
tion Office, 166, $40; Law Clerk, 404, $40; Assistant Law Clerk, 3548, $40; Printing 
Committee, 1464, $40; Examiner of Private Bills, 2082, $40; Sergeant-at-Arms, 393, 
$40; Translation, Votes and Proceedings, 1769, $40; Votes and Proceedings, 152, $40; 
Debates Office, 1706, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $17.50; Hansard Office, 2954, $35; 
Translators, 8313, $35 642 50 

Residences: Law Clerk, 233, $40; W. C. Bowles, Q 954, $35 75 00 

Indian Affairs ($526. 19)— 

Offices: Deputy Superintendent General, 380, $55; Assistant Deputy and Secretary, 
2849, $40; Accountant, 2964, $40; Inspector, 4561, $40; Records Branch, 5355, 
$40; Lands Branch, 5563, $40; Chief Surveyor, 5947, $40; Lav/ Clerk, 6626, $40; 
Printing, 7943, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $17.50; Schools Branch, 8399, Mar. 21, 1912- 
Mar. 31, 1913, $41. 19; Supply Branch, 8502, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $17.50; messengers' 
room, 379, $35 446 19 

Residences: J. D. McLean, Q. 5737, $35; F. Pedley, Q. 1528, $45 80 00 

Inland Revenue Department ($583.55) — 

Offices: Minister, 961, $70; Deputy Minister, 1526, $40; Electrical Engineer, 4529, $40; 
Secretary, 2719, $40; Stamps and Supplies, 4792, $40; Inspector Tobacco Factories, 
5117, $40; Weights and Measures, 7615, Jan. 25-Mar. 31, 1912, at $15, additional, 
$2.74, 12 m. to Mar. 31, $55; Standards Branch, 5798, $40; Gas and Electricity, 1407, 
6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $17.50; Messenger, 302, $40 425 24 

Residences: Minister, Q. 6120, Dec. 2, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $46.48; Deputy, 535, 6 m. to 
Sept. 30, 1912, $17.50; Secretary, 282, $30; J. S. K. Laflamme, Q. 5184, May 22- 
July 7, at $35, July 8-Sept. 30, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50, $41; Accountant, R. 1110, 

8 m. to Nov. 30, 1912, $23.33 158 31 

Interior Department ($2,973.97)— 

Offices: Minister, 359, $40; 3913, $35; Private Secretary, 361, $40; Private Secretary's 
office, -5469, May 15-Mar. 31, $35.10; Deputy, 1947, $40; Secretary, 1996, $40; 
Accountant, 2219, $40; Assistant Accountant, 5345, $40; Assistant Secretary, 6584, - 
$40; Registration Branch, 179, $40; Surveyor-General, 321, $50, 2367, $45, 4742, 
$50; Patent Writers' Branch, 516, $40; Registrar of Patents, 701, $40; Dominion 
Observatory, 867, $60; Land Patents Branch, 1311, $40; Law Clerk, 1360, $40; Chief 
Geographer, 1741, $40; Timber, Grazing and Irrigation, 1764, $45, 2163, $40; Director 
of Forestry, 1894, $40; Registration Branch, 2057, $35; Chief Astromomer, 2252, 
$50; School Lands Branch, 2369, $40; Commissioner Dominion Lands, 2,385, $40; 
Assistant Deputy Minister, 2396, $47.50; Lands Patents, 2420, $40; Stationery, 
2802, $40; Deputy Commissioner Dominion Lands, 2844, $40; Ordnance Lands, 
2938, $40; Survey Records, 3026, $40; Geographic Board, 3050, $50; Railway Lands, 
3199, $40, 3814, $40, 8448, Mar. 21, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $41.19; Commissioner, 3440, 
$40; Mining Lands and Yukon Branch, 3659, $40, 4524, $40; Time Room, Experi- 
mental Farm, 3745, $50; Mailing Room, 4240, $40; Forestry Branch, 4409, $35, 7078, 

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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 6, 598 97 

Exchange Service to Mar. SI — Continued. 

Interior Department — Continued. 

$40; International Boundary Survey, 4490, $35; Chief Clerk Revenue, 4876, $40; 
Chief Clerk, Deputy's Office, Q. 5334, May 15-Mar. 31, 1913, $35. 10; S. Maber, 6289, $40; 
Water Power Branch 7010, $47.50; Stationery Branch, 7285, $40; Geodetic Survey, 
Experimental Farm, 7491, $45; Room 102, Langevin Block, 8115, Jan. 25, 1912-Mar. 
31, 1913, $47.32; Accountant Topographical Survey, 8116, Jan. 23, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, 
$55.03; Oswald Finnie, 8237, Feb. 17, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $44.83; E. W. Hubbell, 

8416, Mar. 25, 1912 to Mar. 31, 1913, $40.78; Surveyor-General, Imperial Building, 

8417, Mar. 23, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $40.98; Chief Draughtsman, Surveyor-General's 
Office, 8418, Mar. 22, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $40.98; Dr. Klotz, Dom. Observatory, 

8541, Apr. 13-Mar. 31, 1913, $42.87; Dominion Parks, 7873, $52.50 2,436 68 

Residences: Minister, R. 36, Nov. 3, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $74.64; Deputy, Q. 1982, $50; 
R. A. Gibson, 5086, Nov. 16, 1911-Sept. 30, $34.89, Q. 1617, 6 m. to Mar. 31, $20; J. A. 
Cote, Britannia, season 1912, $20, Q. 2426, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $17.50; Commissioner, 
R. 2522, $35; Surveyor-General, Q. 3447, $35; Commissioner Dominion Parks, 
R. 1593, $35: G. Buskard, Q. 4829, Nov. 18, 1911-Mar. 31, 1013, $54.67; J. E. Feather- 
ston, Q. 5733, $35; J. G. Mitchell, Q. 4339,6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $20; Dr. King, Q. 2405, 

Aug. 10, 1910-Mar. 31, 1913, at $40, $105.59 537 29 

Interior Department, Immigration Branch ($379.72) — 

Offices: Superintendent, 1880, $40; Assistant Superintendent, 3792, $40; Medical Inspec- 
tor, 4897, $40; Chief Clerk, 2045, Dec. 7, 1911-Mar. 31, 1912, at $15, $4.72, 12 m. to 
Mar. 31, 1913, $55; Correspondence Registration, 3349, $40; Accountant of Immigration 
7398, $40; Shipping Room, 3536, $40; Employment Office, 1766, $40 339 72 

Residence: L. M. Fortier, Q. 4565 40 00 

Justice Department ($839.04)— 

Offices: Minister, 1752, $40; Deputy, 487, $40; Solicitor-General, 346, $55, 3604, $40; 
Private Secretary, 337, Mar. 19-31, 1912, at $15, 53c, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $55; 
Secretary, 2088, $40; Messenger's Room, 349, $35; Penitentiary Branch, 1342, $40; 
Purchasing Agent, Penitentiary Branch, 4776, Nov. 16, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $54.89; 
Inspector Foster, 6745, $35 435 42 

Residences: Minister, Q. 6257, Dec. 2, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $53.12; Chief Justice, R. 1576, 
$63; Deputy, Q. 1014, $35; A. J. Cawdron, R. 1463, $35; J. O. Clarke, Q. 1537, $35; 
P. M. Cote, R. 2131, $35; R. G. Davis, Q. 4126, $42.50; Sergt. Giroux, R. 1187, 

$35; J. Leslie, Q. 1839, $35; C. Morse, Q. 3142, $35 403 62 

Labour Department ($396.74)— 

Offices: Minister, 4385, $55; Deputy, 1713, $70; Private Secretary, 5816, 6 m. to Sept. 

30, 1912, $20; Gazette, 4369, $35; Stationery Office, 7354, $40 220 00 

Residences: Minister, Q. 4186, Jan. 12, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $45.76; Deputy, Q. 3293, 
$40; Secretary, 3909, 6 m. to Sept. 30, $20; G. H. Brown, Q. 2742, $40; Miss McKellar, 

Q. 1246, June 21, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $30.98 176 74 

Library of Parliament ($120)— 

Offices: Library, 858 50 00 

Residences: A. D. Decelles, R. 823, $35; M. J. Griffin, 811, $35 70 00 

Marine Department ($1 , 418 . 89)— 

Offices: Minister, 2130, $40; 5231, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $20; Deputy, 372, $55; Assistant 
Deputy, 3065, $40; Chief Engineer, 4202, $40; Assistant Chief Engineer, 4078, $40; 
Private Secretary, 386, $40; Clerk of Supplies, 2060, $40; Rosenthal Building, 2275, 
$35: Fisheries Exhibit, 2278, $35; Chief Accountant, 2958, $40; Commissioner of 
Lights, 3028, $40; Accountant's Branch, 3139, $40; Fishing Bounty, 3431, $35; Com- 
missioner Marine Service, 4656, $40; Purchasing Agent, 4325, Mar. 21-31, 1912, at $5, 
16 c, 12 m., $55; Superintendent of Fisheries, 4751, $40; Fish Breeding Branch, 5166, 
$40; Marine Stores, 1810, $41; Engineer Ship Channel, 5481, $40; Correspondence, 
7463, $40; Records Branch, 7638, $40; Chief Engineer's Branch, Messenger, 7942, 
Dec. 30, 1911-Mar. 31, 1912, at $3, 76c, 12 m., $38; Messenger, 315, $35 949 92 

Residences: Minister, Q. 8121, Jan. 23, 1911-Sept. 30, 1912, $27.53; Private Secretary, 
Q. 4877, Nov. 16, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $48.03; Deputy, Q. 3098, $40; Asst. Deputy, 
Q. 1953, $35; Chief Engineer, Q. 1910, $35; Purchasing Agent, R. 1148, $40; A. Boyle, 
Q. 47.59, $35; Capt. Demers, 3215, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $17.50; W. A. Found, Q. 3961, 
$35; J. G. MacPhail, Q. 2142, $35; H. O'Brien, Q. 2709, $35; J. A. Rodd, Q. 7804, to 

Mar. 31, 1913, $45.91; Commander Hy. Thompson, Q. 1268, $40 468 97 

Militia and Defence Department ($2,454.15)— 

Offices: Minister, 6314, $52.58; Deputy, 635, $55; Asst. Deputy, 3577, $40; Messengers. 
319. $35; Inspection Room, R. 333, $50; Private Secretary to Minister, 350, $58; Drill 
Hall, 916, $38; Master-General of the Ordnance, 942, $40; Director of Musketry, 1472, 
$40; Room 41, Woods Building, 1702, Aug. 1, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $26.66: Quarter- 
Master General, 1919, $40; Director of Artillery, 2777, $40; Chief of the General Staff, 
2962, $55; Inspector-General, 3001, $55; Accountant and Paymaster, 3009, $65; Director 
of Transportation and Supplies, 3013, $40; Director of General Medical Service, 3033, 
$40; Asst. Director of Engineer Service, 3077, $55; Asst. Adjutant-General, 3209, 

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Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 12,727 33 

Exchange Service to Mar. SI — Continued. 

Militia and Defence Department — Continued. 

$40; Director of Clothing and quipment, 3213, $55; Militia Council Department, 
3222, $35; Central Registry, 3256, $40; Typist Room, 3263, $40; Adjutant-General, 3486, 
$55; Medical Stores, 5804, $35; Director of Military Operations, 6034, $40; Assistant 
Director, 6132, $40; Director of Military Training, 6035, $40; Chief Clerk, Adj. Gen. 
Branch, 6664, $10; Asst. Paymaster-General, 6684, $55; Waiting Room, 6752, $35; 
Library, 6815, $55; Asst. Director of Military Surveys, 7684, $40; Stenographers' 
Room, 8055, June 26, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $30.43; Room 43, Woods Building, 8241, 
May 27, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $42.22; Room 29, Woods Building, 1292, June 26, 1912- 
Mar. 31, 1913, $30.43; Superintendent Printing, Stationery and Contingencies, 3667, 
desk set, Jan. 31-Mar. 31, 1912, at $17, $2.89, 12 m., $57; Director of Contracts, 1922, 
Mar. 6-31, 1912, at $10, 71c, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $32.50, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $20; 
Headquarters Ordnance Station, 318, $52.95; Ordnance Magazine, Rockliffe, 935, 
June 29, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $71.78; Lt. Col. Hurdman, 75, $40 1,851 15 

Residences: Private Secretarv, Q. 5452, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $26.25; Deputy Minister, 
Q. 1616, $45; F. Beard, R. 1589, $30; Lt.-Col. Lyons Biggar, R. 1920, $55; H. W. Brown, 
R. 1049, $48; H. P. N. Chesley, Q. 3389, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $43.75; E. F. Jarvis, 
R. 389, $35; Col. Lessard, R. 1897, $45; Lt.-Col. Maunsell, R. 461, $45; Brig. Gen. 
MacDonald, Q. 3625, $35; Lt.-Col. McDonald, Q. 2455, $40; Major-General Mac- 
Kenzie, Q. 2541, $40; Brig. Gen. Otter, Q. 6339, $40; C. L. Panet, Q. 1801, $40; Colonel 

Rutherford, R. 2136, $35 603 00 

Mines Department ($610.24)— 

Offices: Deputy, 4602, $40; Director of Geological Survey, 1665, $40; Director of Mines, 
R. 172, $40; Messengers, Q. 129, $35, R. 1419, $55; Accountant, 2335, $40; Editor, 4252, 
$40; H. E. Baine, R. 184, $40; H. Frechette, Q. 4853, Nov. 17, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, 
$54.78; Fuel Testing Plant, Q. 5934, $43; Laboratory, Q. 7327, $40; Basement, Q. 
6619, $35; C. O. Senecal, Q. 8608, Apr. 23, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $37.46 540 24 

Residences: Deputy, Q. 1882, $35; R. W. Brock, R. 1890, $35 70 00 

Mounted Police ($194.27)— 

Offices: Comptroller, 2460, $40; Messenger, 275, $35; Stores, 234, ext. set, Dec. 18, 1911- 
Mar. 31, 1912, at $15, $4.27, 12 m., $50 129 27 

Residences: Comptroller, Mr. White, R. 524, $35; Comptroller, Mr. Fortescue, Q. 2826, 

9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $30 65 00 

Naval Department ($657.70)— 

Offices: Deputy, 4514, $55; Messengers' Room, 5152, $55; Secretary Fleet Paymaster, 
1452, $40; Accountant, 1494, $40; Director of Stores, 1522, Dec. 4, 1911-Mar. 31, 1912, 
at $15, $4.84, Apr. 1-June 9, at $55, June 10-Mar. 31, at $70, $67.10; Director of Naval 
Service, 1573, $40; Chief of Staff, 1647, $40; Tidal Survev, 1699, $35; Hydrographic 
Office, 2644, $50; Stores, Sussex St., Q. 8215, Feb. 9, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $39.93 466 87 

Residences: Deputy, R. 1324, $35; L. J. Beausoleil, 6686, $35; Rear-Admiral Kingsmill, 

R. 2374, $45; R. J. Ling, 5034, $35; J. A. Wilson, R. 474, 14 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $40.83. 190 83 

Post Office Department ($1,010.93) — 

Offices: Deputy, 2186, $40; Asst. Deputy, 3089, $-10; Deputy Minister's Secretaries, 8038, 
$40; Private Secretarv, 312, $55, 8580, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $20; Messengers, 339, 
$35; City P. O., 1010, $35; Ry. Mail Service, 1429, $35; J. H. Lewis, 1808, $40; Account- 
ant, 1873, $40; Supt. Mail Contracts, 2578, $40; Comptroller, Postal Stores, 3858, $40; 
Financial Supt., 4543, $40; Supt. of Annuities, 4737, $50; Rural Mail Branch, 6027, 
May 27, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $33.75; Staff Office, 6325, Dec. 7, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, 
$52.58; Postal Stamp Branch, 7920, $35; Enquiry Office, 8294, $40; Supt. Money Order 
Branch, 8471, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $20; Money Order Branch, Mr. Cousineau, Q. 
8472, Apr. 3, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $39.60; Salary Warrant Division, 8473, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 
1913, $20 790 93 

Residences: Postmaster-General, Q. 7940, $40; Deputy, Q. 1474, $35; Assistant Deputy, 
Q. 1820, $40; Comptroller Ry. Mail Service, Q. 1482, $35; Supt. of Annuities, Q. 5012, 

$35; A. Bolduc, R. 484, $35 220 00 

Printing and Stationery Department ($254.56) — 

Office: 8101-2, Jan. 22-Mar. 31, 1912, at $50 9 56 

Residences: King's Printer, Q. 3657, $35; F. Boardman, Q. 7298, $35; J. A. Frigon, Q. 
4788, $35; J. O. Patenaude, R. 2387, $35; E. Ryder, R. 630, $35; T. H. Schwitzer, Q. 

1897, $35; H. T. Smith, Q. 3679, $35 245 00 

Privy Council ($298.75)— 

Offices: Office, 36, $35; Clerk, 3,957, $55; Accountant, 5,265, $40; Private Secretary to 

Premier, 2838, $55 * 185 00 

Residences: A. E. Blount, R. 2268, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $43.75; R. Boudreau, R. 1340, 

$35; T. K. Bennetts, Q. 4016, $35 113 75 

Public Service Commission ($55) — 

Offices: 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912: Chairman, 4,786, $20; Secretary, 3,127, $35 55 00 

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Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 18, 262 93 

Exchange Service to Mar. SI — Continued. 

Public Works Department ($3,014.71) — 

Offices: Minister, 1763, $55; Deputy, 392, $50; Asst, Deputy, 727, $55; Private Secre- 
tary, 336, $55; Secretary, 1328, $40; Supt. Government House, 161, $65; Government 
workshops, 292, $35; Mechanical Engineer, 311, $35; Electric Light Room, 314, $35; 
Messengers, 334, $35; Accountant, 370, $47.50; Chief Engineer, 378, $55; Clerk of 
Works, 394, $70; Collector of Revenue, 682, $40; District Engineer, 740, $50; J. B. 
Charleson, 1015, $35; Supt. Dom. Buildings, 1089, $50; Boiler Room, 1158, $35; 
Photographic Branch, 1405, $40; Asst. Engineer, 1765, $40; Chief Architect, 1803, 
$40; Parliamentary Returns, 1961, $40; Greenhouses, 2839, $35; Asst. Chief Archi- 
tect, 2895. $85; Stores, 2013, $40; Parliamentary Estimates, 2079, $40; Asst. Supt. 
Dredging, 2419, $35; General Engineering offices, 2500, $72.50; Cement Laboratory, 
3216, $40; T. N. Doody, 3257, $40; Deep Waterways Commission, 3301, $40; 
Secretary, 2822, $40; General Supt. Dredging, 3424, $40; Law Clerk, 4404, $40; 
Electrical Engineer, 4756, $40; Assistant Secretary, 4809, $40; Assistant Chief 
Engineer, 5074, $55; Draughting Room, 6527, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1912, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 
1913, $26.25; Victoria Island, Ship yard, 6672, Dec. 14, 1911-Mar. 31, 1912, $49.24; 
Curator National Gallery, 7096, $40; Engineering Branch, 7582, $40; C. H. Hunter, 
8165, Feb. 2, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $46.44; Investigating Committee, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 
1912, $20; Ottawa River Regulation, 218, $40, 1,379, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $20 1,966 93 

Offices: Ottawa River Works: — 

Superintendent, 338, $50; Gatineau Booms, 1,832, $130 180 00 

Residences: Minister, 6258, Dec. 5, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $66; Deputy, Q. 1575, $45; Chief 
Architect, Q. 1968, $35; J. B. Charleson, R. 1351, $35; J. A. Chasse, R. 2235, Nov. 1, 
1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $49.55; T. Cote, Q. 2828, Oct. 1, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $52.50; L. 
Cousineau, Q. 8164, $40; K. C. Desrochers, R. 1844, $50; A. R. Dufresne, R. 833, 
$45; J. Dumoulin, R. 1511, $35; E. B. Godwin, Q. 1599, $35; E. D. Lafleur, R. 584, 
$57.72; J. C. McDonald, Q. 8114, Jan. 23, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $41.59; S. E. O'Brien, 
Q. 4781, $35; L. Savault, R. 883, Nov. 15, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $54.99; J. Shearer, Q. 
4757, $35; E. T. Smith, Q. 619, $35; N. M. Smith, Q. 2634, $35; J. Somerville, Q. 
5571, Dec. 27, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, $50.43; A. St. Laurent, R. 2004, $35 867 78 

Railways and Canals Department ($968.64) — 

Offices: Deputy Minister, 469, $55; Private Secretary, 308, $55; Messengers, 303, $35; 
Comptroller, 965, $40; General Consulting Engineer, 3073, $40; Accountant, 3099, 
$40; Secretary, 3146, $40; Law Clerk, 3919, $40; Stationery Branch, 3924, $40; Elec- 
trical Engineer, 4377, $40; C. W. Ross, 5075, $40; G. A. Bell and W. V. Cope, 5330, 
Jan. 10, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $48.90; Purchasing Agent, 5982, $47.50; Chief Engineer, 

6680, $55 616 40 

Residences: H. F. Alward, R. 1335, $35; G. A. Bell, Q. 3985, $35; W. A. Bowden, Q. 
6244, $39.74; W. V. Cope, Q. 5572, $35; L. K. Jones, Q. 826, $50; L. Lavoie, 6329, 
$35; A. O'Leary, R. 410, $35; J. L. Payne, Q. 1754, $35; C. Schreiber, Q. 827, $35; 
G. W. Yates, Q. 2418, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $17.50 352 24 

Secretary of State Department ($496.28)— 

Offices: Under Secretary of State, 369, $40; Private Secretary, 374, $55; Registrar's 
Branch, 4794, Nov. 18, 191i-Mar. 31, 1913, $54.67; Stationery and Parliamentary 
Returns, 6969, $40; Accountant, 7594, $40; Archives, Dr. Doughty, 2591, $40; office, 
Q. 8652, May 9, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $35.68; Messenger, 141, $35 340 35 

Residences: Minister, 4336, Nov. 16, 1911-Apr. 11, 1912, $16.08; Dr. Doughty, Q. 2008, 6 
m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $17.50; T. Mulvey, R. 135, $51.80; P. Pelletier, R. 720, $35; 
Private Secretary, 4339, Nov. 10, 1911-Sept. 30, 1912, $35.55 155 93 

Senate ($407.21)— 

Offices: Senators, 3421, Feb. 10-Mar. 31, 1912, at $10, $1.64, 12 m., $53; Deputy Clerk, 
3485, $40; Law Clerk, 2876, Jan. 29-Mar. 31, 1912, at $15, addl., $2.60, 12 m., $55; 
Clerk of Routine and Proceedings, 3348, $40; Chief Translator, 2897, $35; Room 37, 
8273, Feb. 22, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $38.72; Housekeeper, 494, $35; Messengers, 301, 
$40 '. 340 96 

Residences: Clerk, 697, $40; S. Lelievre, 1104, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $26.25 66 25 

Trade and Commerce Department ($462.43) — 

Offices: Deputy, 2482, $49.65; Private Secretary, 1835, $55; Accountant, 4752, $40; 
Commissioner of Commerce, Q. 1916, Mav 17- June 5, at $40, June 5, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, 

at $55, $47.15; Trade Statistics, 6212, $40; Messengers Room, 1353, $50 281 80 

Residences: Minister, Q. 1720, Oct. 9-31, 1911, at $40, Nov.l, 1911-Mar. 31, 1913, at $50, 
$73.21; Deputy, R. 781, $35; Commissioner of Commerce, Q. 8591, Apr. 23, 1912- 
Mar. 31, 1913, $37.42; T. J. Code, Q. 4087, $35 180 63 

Detailed in 1911-12 (V— 104) 3,246 38 

Refunded in 1913-14 70 35 

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Ottawa Public Buildings: Telephone Service— Concluded. $ ct3. 

Brought forward 26,928 93 

Exchange Service, October 1-9, 1911. 

Agriculture Department: Minister, 1519, $1.33; C. M. Godard, Oct. 1-19, $1.79 3 12 

Customs Department: R. Telford, 4480 85 

Finance Department: Minister, 1343 1 21 

Inland Revenue: Minister, 5142, 97c; Private Secretary, 5184, 85c 1 82 

Interior Department: Minister, 1034 85 

Justice Department: Minister, 3386, $1.28; Solicitor-General, 4068, 97c; Secretary, 4263, 

85c 3 10 

Labour Department: Minister, 3343 85 

Marine and Fisheries Department: Minister, 2445, 97c; Private Secretary, 1759, 97c 194 

Militia and Defence Department: Minister, 1415 1 36 

Post Office Department: Postmaster-General, 2470 1 29 

Privy Council Department: Premier, 1137, $1.21; E. J. Lemaire, 2274, $1.21; A. L. de- 

Martigny , 2239, 85c 3 27 

Public Works Department: Minister, 3804, $1.21; Private Secretary, 3190, 97c; P. D. 

Chene, 3538, 85c 3 03 

Railways and Canals Department: Minister, 4493, 85c; Private Secretary, 3579, 85c 170 

Secretary of State Department: Secretary of State, 5396, 97c; Private Secretary, 285, 92c. . 1 89 

Total 26,955 21 

Less, charged to 1913-14 484 21 

Total, carried to page V— 7 26,471 00 

Rideau Hall, including Grounds: Maintenance, Repairs, &c. 

Pay-lists, 12 m. to March SI, 1913: General Repairs, Care of Grounds, etc. {$42,699.98). 

Carpenters: T. Ambridge, 12 m., $891, 3 d. at $2.75; W. Bradshaw, July-Jan., 7 m., $519.75; 

Geo. Reid, 12 m., $891 2,310 00 

Carpenters, at $67.50 per m.: Ed. Bambrick, 12 m. $810; R. Daly, 12 m. $810; P. Garrow, 

6 m. to Sept. 30, $405; E. Palen, Nov.-Mar., less 1 d., $335 2,360 00 

Carpenter, P. Brown: 34 d. at $2.50, 120.55 at $3.15, 2 m. at $67.50 599 75 

Carpenters, days at $3.15: E. Bigras 89, J. S. Campbell 105-88, R. Davis 80-77, A. Gravelle 
19-66, E. Lafortune 103-72, N. Lamadeleine 120-22, O. Leduc 56-55, W. Mather 118-44, 
L. Matte 62-66, G. Morris 26-77, D. McVicar 76-22, E. Palen 120-66, W. H. Paynter 104, 

A. Seguin 120- 16, J. Sirois 16-66, J. Smith 115 4,209 80 

Carpenters, days at $2.70: J. Pelletier 11-11, C. Seguin 51-77, J. Sirois 103, J. Tremblay 1011, 

W. Weston 91-38 721 95 

Carpenters, days at $2.50: E. Palen 7, W. Palen 23 75 00 

Foreman painter, J. Handy, 12 m. at $85 1,020 00 

Painters, at $64.80 per m.: S. Desjardins, June-Aug., $194.40; H. Shea, 12 m., $777.60 972 00 

Painters, days at $2.40: R. Benjamin 22, B. Black 29, G. Bordeleau 127, S. Desjardins 56£, H. 
Dorion 60|, W. Furnival 135, J. Hillas 134, T. Kennedy 68, F. Langlois 87, J. Mason 77£, 
A. Mathews 31, Nils Meylde 112, E. Raizenne 36, L. Renaud 49§, W. Romhild 97, T. 

Whelan 38, A. Wilson 39, 4 men 35£ 2,962 80 

Plasterer, J. Dunn: July, 4 d. $15.30; Aug., 24.77 d. $99.78; Sept., 23-66 d. $95.85 210 93 

Plasterer, G. A. Wallace: June-July, 45 d. at $3.82£; Aug., 24-77 d. $99.78; Sept., 22-22 d. $94.50 366 40 

Plasterers and lathers, days at $4.05: J. Blakeney 24-88, W. Bond 19-66, J. Leroux 23-33, J. Lewis 

13 • 11, O. Proulx 23-88, R. Toombs 28 • 77, 2 men 10 d 581 85 

Mason, A. W. Sturgis, 119 d. at $3.25 386 75 

Electricians: T. Atkinson, Aug.-Mar., at $70, 6 d. at $2.43, 5 h. at 35c; J. Garcious, 16 d. at 
$2.75, 24 at $2.70; V. Ladouceur, at $60 per m., $32.22, 27 d. at $2.43; T. O'Donnell, 21.5 d. 
at $2.43; J. Paisley, 54 d. at $2.34, 27 h. at 50c; W. Ranger, 79 d. at $2.43; I. Remi, 68| d. 
at $2.80, 18 at $2.75; R. E. Pelletier, 38 d. at $2.43; E. Savard, 57i d. at $2.43; H. Simon, 
111 d. at $2.43, 10 h. at 35c, 36 at 40c; J. F. Smith at $70 per m. $184.12, 7 d. at $2.70, 
47 at $2.34, 12 h. at 40c, 36 at 50c; N. St. Denis, -72 d. at $2.43,18 d. at $2.17, 24 h. at 

35c, 18 at 40c; short in Sept. $4.25; 2 men, 48 h. at 50 2,521 10 

Plumbers: F. Burden, Jan., 17 d. at $2.42; S. Perkins, Feb.-Mar., at $75; W. Starrs, Apr .-Jan., 

9-516 m. at $70 857 30 

Steamfitter, P. Kerr, 48 d. at $4.05" 194 40 

Steamfitters, days at $3.60: L. Alaric 45, E. Demers 15-11, J. C. Gervin 63-22, W. Lachance 

30-33, 4 men 29-77 660 40 

Helpers, days at $2.52: A. Ladouceur 48, A. Leduc 13-11, C. McLean 12-55, J. Plouffe 30.33, 

H. Soucy 70-22 439 04 

Firemen — 

Banning, C: Apr.- May, Oct.-Mar., 8 m. at $60.83 486 64 

Mison, F.: Apr., Oct.-Mar., 7 m. at $60.83; 19 d. at $1.90, 12 at $2, 8 at $2.03 502 15 

Roby, A., assistant: Apr 54 00 

Roy, L.: Apr., Nov.-Mar., 6 m. at $60.83; 12 d. in May at $2. 388 98 

Simard, J.: 12 m. at $60.83; 9 h. at 25c, 11 at 50c 737 71 

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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ridcau Hall, including Grounds: Maintenance, Repairs, &c— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 23 , 618 95 

Pay-list, 12 m. to March 811, 1918: General Repairs, Care of Grounds, etc. — Concluded. 

Gardener, G. Muhlig, 12 m 1, 140 00 

Assistant gardeners, each 12 m.: D. Bell $720, C. Schoenherr $900, L. Schroeder $660, 8 h. 

at 28c 2, 282 24 

Kitchen gardener, H. Sims, 10 m., $600; forester, T. Doyle, 10 m. $550, 35 h. at 25c 1, 158 75 

Carter, M. Green, 12 m. at $79.65 955 80 

Horse and cart, m. at $76.95: J. Brennan 7, J. Finley 5-963, J. Gorman 1-424, M. Quinn 4 1,415 02 

Forse and cart: J. Finley, 11 d. at $2.S5, 8 h. at 40c; M. Quinn, 16 d. at $2.85 80 15 

Team, C. Vandeboncoeur, 26 d. at $4 104 00 

Labourers, m. at $51.30: C. Banning, 3 m. to Aug. 31, $153.90; A. Gibson, Aug.-Oct., Dec, Mar. 
$256.50; M. Garceau, 2 m.; W. Hughes, 7 m. to Dec 31; F. Mison, 3 m. to Aug. 31; M. 
O'Donnell, 7 m. to Dec. 31; A. Roby, June-Dec; %. Roy, 5 m. to Oct. 31; F. Stevenson, 

7 m. to Dec. 31; J. Stirling, Jan.; J. Wendt, Aug., Oct.-Dec, Mar 2,667 60 

Labourers — 

Bambrick, F., 9-962 m. at $47.25; Bartelett, A., 12 m. at $47.25, 40 h. at 25c 1,047 75 

Barron, E., 12 m. at $47.25, 2d. at $1.75, 11 hrs. at 50c, 14 at 25c 579 50 

Bigras, J., 27-88 d. at $2.16, 50 h. at 24c; Bond, W., 41 d. at $1.75 143 99 

Bourgeois, J., 14 d. at $1.75; Brown, T., 52-55 d. at $2.16 138 02 

Cardiff, N., 7-85 m. at $47.25, 37.5 d. at $1.75; Court, W., 1-4814 m. at $47.25 506 63 

Crover, J., 4-7883 m. at $47.25; Dagenais, F., 10 m. at $47.25 698 75 

Dunn, D., 54-77 d. at' $2.16; Eget, R., 28-77 d. at $2.16 180 48 

Fink, A., 58-11 d. at $2.16, 3 h. at 24c; Gilbertson, A., 22-22 d. at $2.16 174 24 

Gibson, A., 3-685 m. at $47.25, 23 d. at $1.90; Girling, A., 5 d. at $1.75, 39.88 at $2.16 312 74 

Gauvreau, M., 67.11 d. at $2.16, 1 at $1.95; Haak, W., 34-£ d. at $1.75 207 28 

Henderson, A., 4 m. at $47.25, 10 d. at $1.75, 150 h. at 24c; Horton, S. 45-44d. at $2.16. . 340 66 

Hughes, W., 2 m. at $47.25, 3 d. at $1.95; Jones, W., 1-703 m. at $47.25 180 85 

' Laberge, F., 12 m. at $47.25, 32 h. at 25c; Mison, F., 17 d. at $1.75, 19 at $1.90 640 85 

Langlois, C, 1-878 m. at'$47.25, 10 d. at $1.75, 2 at $2.16; O'Donnell, M., 2 m. at $47.25, 

3 d . at $1 . 95 : 2 10 94 

Page, A., 60-11 d. at $2.16; Park, R., 24-44 d. at $2.70 195 84 

Quinlan, T., 25-77 d. at $2. 16; Quinn, M., 5-962 m.at $47.25, 11 d. at $1.75 356 68 

Rameau, G., 10 m. at $47.25, 35 h. at 25c; Roy.fW,, 17 d. at $1.75, 1 at $1.95 512 95 

Roby, A., May, $47.25; Jan. -Mar., at $58.90; 1 d. at $1.95, 8 at $2.03 242 14 

* Savard, H., 10 m. at $47.25, 35 h. at 25c; Sleeman, G. 12 m. at $47.25 1,048 25 

Stephens, C, 2 m. at $47.25, 11 d. at $1.75, 21 at $2.16; Stirling, J., 8-982 m. at $47.25. . .. 583 49 

Stevenson, F., 2 m. at $47.25, 3 d. at $1.95; Wendt, J., 3-962 m. at $47.25, 26 d. at $1.90 337 00 

Sundry: 11-11 d. at $2.16, 49 at $1.75, 50 h. at 24c 121 76 

Repairer, S. Maxwell, 12 m. $388.80; sewer, Mrs. Ouimet, 16 d. at $1, 89£ at $1 .25 516 68 

Amounts indicated on pay-lists as refunded but not deducted here: F. Dagenais $47 . 25, A. Fink, 

96c 48 21 



Payments in London, England {$6^07.12). 

Benson, W. A. S., & Co.: 17 three light'No. 9|Empire brass finished electric pendants with cast 
joint boxes, lamp holders and satin finished feathered flint glasses, 3 ft. 3-in. over all, 

$304 . 05; waterproof paper lined box, $3 . 65 _ 

Druce & Co.: 30 carved mahogany chairs with loose seats in morocco $511; 4 packing cases, 
$25 55 

Faraday & Son '($1,235 . 34)— 

Sconces: 3 It. William and Mary, 26-in. dead gold with candles and fittings, with 

half round screens and lamps, complete, $479.25, 1-in. natural bronze, $18.43 

Sconces: 1 Wolsey & Corme in dead gold, $28.10; 50, William and Mary, 3|-in., with 

screens, $48.66 

Electroliers: N-B. 6 It. (28-in dia.) No. 30 Dutch with 4|-m. x l|-in. opalescent candles, 

with shades and candle lamps, $71 .53; 3 of 20-in. dia., $91 .97 

Standards: N-B, large Italian Prickert, with 5-in. glazed opal candles, key holders, 

and 12-in. white pleated and corded shades, pink lined &c 

Standards: hexagon base, with switches and screens, 5 for $79.07, 3 of 22-in. for $35.03 

Standards: slide rod, with switches and shades, 12 for $87.60; 3, natural bronzed, with 

18 yd. wire,$46 

S'inary supplies $108.46, cases and packing $39.04 

L:, Ltd.: Chesterfield settees, 4 at $55.35; 3 hand painted leather screens, $81.74, $75.44, 

. 04; 4 gold leather paper screens, 2 at $31.62, 2 at $27.98, 4 at $11.56; 4 gilt mirrors, 

64, $62.04, $37.72, $36.50; easy chairs in linen, 2 at $37.71, 2 at $23.12, 2 at $21.30; 

togany nests of tables, 2 at $22 . 52, 2 at $14 . 24, 2 at $7 . 68; folding card tables, 4 at $8 . 64; 

clocks, 1 bracket $53.06, inlaid mahogany, strike, 1 at $38.94, 1 at $36.50, 1 at $35.80, 

1 at $25.54; 8 day clocks, 12 at $3.77; sundry, $36.49; packing, freight, etc., $212.85 1,591 08 



307 70 


536 55 


497 68 


76 76 


163 50 


102 20 
114 10 


133 60 
147 50 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Rideau Hall, including Grounds: Maintenance, Repairs, &c— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 46, 418 86 

Payments in London, England — Concluded. 

Hatch ard: Encyclopedia Britannica $126.50, Dictionary of National Biography $80.30, 
69 volumes Punch $136.25, 39 vols. Ruskin $194.20, 33 vols. Stevenson $46.50, 36 vols. 
Dickens $30.65, 24 vols. Kipling $35.05, 18 vols. Meredith $26.30, 30 vols. Carlyle, $25.55, 
Kingsford's History of Canada, $25.55, 12 vols. Parkman $24.85, 24 vols. Scott $20.45, 
13 vols. Thackeray $19, 10 vols. Pater $18.25, 19 vols. Hardy $16.15; sundry, $578.50; 

total, $1404.05; less, $90.44, discount 1,313 61 

Haynes, W. H.: 30 yd. printed linen $35.90, postage, $2.18 38 08 

Incorporated Soldiers and Sailors Help Society: revolving bookstands, 2 at $17.03, 2 at $13.38; 

tables, 4 at $7.79, 6 at $6,08; sundry, $18.02 146 48 

Keightley, S.: supplying and making 2 pairs of red damask curtains, lined with cream British 
cord, interlining, loops and tassels, $392.90; linen, 30 yd. flowered, $45.60, 60 yd. red, 

$35.28, 20 yd. dahlia $29.20; blue wilton carpet, $80.30; cables, packing, etc., $17.02 600 30 

Medici Society: 38 pictures $167. 15; 38 frames, $194.60; packing, etc., $27.20 388 95 

Parks, F.: 50 screens, $27.37; pink candle shades, 12 large $10.95, 12 small $9.50; packing, $1.21 49 03 

Sundry Accounts ($18,184.18). 

Barrett Bros.: 235 bags cement $148.25, sundry supplies $11.40 159 65 

Bishop, A. F. & Co.: dinner service, 500 plates at $2, 50 soup plates, at $2, 2 soup tureens at 
$15.50, 2 salad bowls at $10.50; breakfast service, 24 plates at $1.20, 24 cups and saucers 
at $2, muffin dish $5; cups and saucers, 3 doz. with red crest at $4.50, 2 doz. with blue 

crest at $4.50, £ doz. at $3.60; covered dishes, 4 at $6.75; sundry, $9.50 1,294 60 

Brule, E. D. ($498)— 

Supplying and planting trees, 541 at $1 ; \ now paid 270 50 

Sodding, 910 yd. at 15c; levelling with scrapers, 910 yd. at 5c; final grading, 910yd. at 5c. 227 50 

Carnochan, John -."roofing building, 6 ply 16 oz. felt and gravel, 2,220 ft. at 6-5c 144 30 

County of Carleton General Protestant Hospital: medical attendance and hospital treatment 

for A v _S turgis, injured by falling from scaffold 84 50 

Donnelbjjfc. : 101 loads manure 1 19 75 

Forbes, jJunes F., Montreal: one Forbes water sterilizer, storage tank, 2 duplex steam pumps, 
and erection of same (tender price), $2,030; excess of shipment by express over that by 

freight, $26 . 50 2, 056 50 

Graham Bros.: plants and bulbs, $302.10, flower seeds $26.55, vegetable seeds, plants, etc. 

$193.49, implements, and sundry supplies, $357.57 879 71 

Higman, Geo. & Son: paint, oil, etc 125 05 

Hill, Jas.: \\ m. pine flooring, 5,700 ft. at $38; cartage, $1 .43 218 03 

Hull Wall Plaster Co.: wall plaster, 21-5 tons at $6; bags, 430 at 10c; cartage, 50c 172 50 

Keystone Supply Co.: 6-in. x 3-in. white wall tile, 116 sq. ft. at 80c; floor tile, 20 sq. ft. at 

80c; labour, etc., repairing mantels, $21.75 130 55 

Lawson, Thos. & Sons: 5 diamond floor plates, 490 lb. at 4c; making patterns for same, 

39£ h. at 70c; repairing hydrant, $16.20; sundry, $20.99 84 44 

Lillico, J.: ploughing fields, and garden work, Apr. 30-May 25, 1912, 19 d. with team at $5. . 95 00 

Luke Bros., Montreal: fruit trees and shrubs 72 90 

Marshall, A. G.: addition to tennis court (contract) $7,625; piers and walls on present stone 
wall, $300; altering windows, etc., flooring, etc., $142.94; total, $8,067.94; less, $3,067.94, 

paid in 1913-14 5, 000 00 

Mason, Geo. M.: \\ in. w. pine flooring, 6,000 ft. at $45.50, spruce roofing, \\ in. 3,300 ft. at 

$32 . 50, 253 pes. pine, $108 . 76; sundry, 3,015 ft. at $19; cartage, $1 . 50 545 80 

Morgan, Henry, & Co., Montreal: Durrie carpet for tennis court, $421; electrical brackets, 
18 at $60; special chairs covered in coronation velvet, 2 at $70; hand chairs in plain velour, 
12 at $32; love seats in plain velour, 8 at $74; davenport, $120; beds, 2 at $55; 2 springs, 
$31.50; 2 bed mattresses, $52.50; mahogany dressing tables, 8 at $80; mahogany wash- 
stands, 6 at $65; somnoe, $18; sundry, $32.24; less, $1,615, paid in 1911-12 (V— 109), and 

less $508.81, paid in 1913-14 1,887 43 

MacKenzie.& Co.: 3 Royal standards, 12 ft. $27, 9 ft. $22, 6 ft. $18 67 00 

McKinley & North wood: galv. iron eavetrough and roof on balcony at secretary's cottage 
$91; galv. iron conductors on tennis court building $89; sundry supplies $248.32; speaking 

tube, material and labour, $20. 60;^ 69 ft. of \\ in. copper pipe, 203 lb. at 45c 540 27 

McLennan, J. R.: 5 ft. enamel bath $25, 2 low down closets and seats $24, sundry supplies 

$29.36 78 36 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: covering pipes, furnaces, tanks, etc., main building $187.96, 

Col. Lowther's house $101.83, new addition east wing $92.24; 5 bags asbestos, $1.50 383 53 

Ottawa Paint Works: pure Venetian red in oil, 1,946 lb. at 7c; linseed oil, 27-11 gal. boiled 

at $1.10, 82-88 gal. at 60c; 300 lb. pure white lead, $21.75 237 52 

Plouffe, M.: ice for greenhouses, 1,038 blocks at 9$c 98 61 

Rockcliffe Sand and Gravel Pit: sand, 72 loads at $2. 10 151 20 

Ross, C, Co.: carpet, 36 yd. at $2.75; making, laying, etc., $12.80; Yl\ yds. repp $31.51; 

14£ yd. damask $27.38; 14 yd. moire $35; sundry $22.62 228 31 

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V— 128 



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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



R idea u Hall, including Grounds: Maintenance, Repairs, &c— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 64,308 82 

Sundry Accounts — Concluded. 

Savage & MacDonell: pine, etc., 5,003 ft. at $32, 5,588 at $30, 2,921 at $25, 3,088 at $20, 3,699 
ft. for $125.67; spruce, 827 ft. at $40, 1,230 at $28, 936 ft. for $19.45; cedar, 1,344 ft. at $28, 

3,000 at $24, 3,910 at $22; doors and window sash, $40; sundry, $126.28 1,037 08 

Stewart, P.: 78 panes d. d. glass, $49.84; paint, oil, etc., $48.71 98 55 

Thornton & Truman: making 16 plates, 1,430 lb. at 5c, men's time drilling, etc., 12 h. at 

50c, 21 at 60c; sundry lock and machine work, $63.35 153 45 

Wright & Co.: crushed stone, 114-3 tons at $1.60, 67-68 at $1.40; spawls, 99-245 tons at 90c 366 80 

Hardware: Central Hardware Co. $44.01, E. J. Laverdure $81.23, Mulhall Hardware Co. 

$73.15, W. A. Rankin $42.45, C. Watt $70.92 311 76 

Travel and outlay, Thos. Ambridge 93 30 

Sundry payments: electric supplies $161.92, lumber $56.10, cleaning curtains $50.60, smith- 
work $31.60, elbow former $30, 3 flags $28.25, 10 pr. pillows $27.50, manure $25, 7 mat- 
tresses $24.50, lime $23.55, repairs to boiler $20.95, car fare and cab-hire $41, freight and 

express $21 .56, sundry $139.49 ; 682 02 

Advertising $34.20, King's Printer's account $3.46 37 66 

Total, carried to page V— 7. 67,089 44 



Rideau Hall: Allowance for Fuel and Light. 

His Royal Highness, the Duke of Connaught: allowance, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913. 



9.000 00 



Ottawa Buildings: Power, &c. 

Ottawa City Municipal Electric Department ($3,969.13)— 

Blackburn Building: one alternating current motor, 5 h.p. at $25 per h.p. per an., 11| 

m. to Dec. 31, 1912; 8 a. e. motors, | h. p. each, at $25 per h. p. per an., b\ m. to 

June 30, 1912; 7 a. c. motors, \ h. p. each, at $25 per h. p. per an., 3 m. to Oct. 1, 1912; 

11a. c. motors, \ h. p. each, at $25 per h. p. per an., 3 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 145 32 

Canadian Building: 3 direct current electric motors, 14j^ h. p. each, at $30 per h. p. per 

an., Oct. 1, 1911-Dec 31, 1912; alternating current motors at $25 per h. p. per an., 18 

with i h. p. each, 3 m. to Dec 31, 1911, 20 with | h. p. each, 6 m. to June 30, 1912, 

26 with \ h. p. each, 6 m. to Dec 31, 1912, one with 1\ h. p., 15 m. to Dec 31, 1912. . 1,985 34 
Robinson Building, Queen St.: direct current elevator motors, 1 with 14^j h. p., 1 with 

8 h. p., at $30 per h. p. per an., 3 m. to Dec 31, 1912 168 00 

Woods Building, Queen St.: one direct current elevator motor, 14^ h. p. at $30 per h. p. 

per an., 15 m. to Dec. 31, 1912; alternating current motors, £ h. p., at $25 per h. p. 

per an., 2 from July 1-Sept. 30, 1912, 3 from Oct. 1-Dec 31, 1912 558 91 

Woods Building, Slater St.: 2 d. c. e. motors, 14& h. p. each, at $30 per h. p. per an., 

15 m. to Dec. 31; one a. c motor, I h. p., at $25 per h. p. per an., 6 m. to Dec. 31. . 1,111 50 
Ottawa Electric Co. ($11,103.95)— 

Archives: current, 10 h. p., at $20 per h. p. per an., 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913; 2 Cooper-Hewitt 

lamps, equal to 17 16-c p. lamps at $1 .75 each per an., 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1912 279 76 

Biological Laboratory, Experimental Farm: current, at $20 per h. p. per an., arc lamp, 

•86 h. p., 6 m. to Dec 26, 1912, 2 heaters, 1-86 h. p., 6 m. to Dec 26, 1912, centrifugal 

machine, -08 h. p., 9 m. to Mar. 26, 1913 28 40 

Birks Building: current for 3 desk fans, 4 m. to Aug. 1, 1912 1 75 

Cement-testing Laboratory: current for motor generator and cement-tester, 8-4 h. p. 

at $20 per h. p. per an., 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1912, 8-4 h. p. at $25 per h. p. per an., 3 m. 

to July 1, 1912, 26-05 h.p., at $25 per h. p. per an., 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 582 93 

Conservation Commission: current for 6 desk fans 4 m. to Aug. 1, 1912 2 92 

Corry Block: current for 10 desk fans, 4 m. to Aug. 1, 1912 6 42 

Customs Department, West Block: elevator, 8-04 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to 

Apr. 1, 1913; fan motor in attic, -82 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann. ,15 m. to Apr.l, 1913; 

pump, -8 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 241 50 

Customs Department, Laboratory, McKenzie Ave.: furnace heater, &c, 7-74 h.p. at $20 

per h.p. per ann., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912 116 10 

Customs House, Albert St.: elevators, 3 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 17 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 85 00 

East Block: elevator, 11-7 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913; current 

for 6 desk fans, equal to 5-16 c.p. lamps at $1.75 each per ann., 4 m. to Aug. 31, 1912; 

current for 7 heaters, equal to 59 16 c.p. lamps, at $1 .75 each per ann., 9 m. to Dec. 31, 

1912; current for 7 motors, equal to 8 16-c.p. lamps, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 386 85 

Fuel-testing plant, Department of Mines: current for motors, etc., 8-17 h.p. at $20 per 

h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Apr. 10, 1913, 6 h.p. at $25 per h.p. per ann., 8 m. to Oct. 10. 304 25 

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Ottawa Buildings: Power, &c— Continued . $ cts. 

Brought forward 6, 005 01 

Ottawa Electric Co. — Continued. 

Harris-Campbell Building: current for 4 desk fans, equal to 2 16-c.p. lamps, at $1.75 

each per ann., 4 m. to Aug. 31, 1912 1 17 

House of Commons: elevator, 12 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 300 00 

House of Commons and Senate, during session: 4| m.to Apr. 1, 1912, at $33.33 per h.p. 
per ann.; elevators, Commons restaurant, 6-7 h.p., Senate, 10 h.p., twin elevators, 
19-4 h.p.; fans, one in boiler room, 5-36 h.p., one in Commons closet, -24 h.p., one in 
smoking room, -07 h.p., one in Ry. Comin. Rcom, 2-35 h.p., two in H. of C. tower, 
3-35 h.p., one in members" wash room, -8 h.p.; exhaust fan in refrigerator room, -6 h.p.; 
fan motor in boiler room, 14 07 h.p.; electric ovc no, one for Deputy Speaker, 1-34 h.p., 
one for Room 59, 1-1 h.p.; electric iron for Commons kitchen, -6 h.p.; 2 heaters in 
Speaker's sitting room, 7-4 h.p.; pump in boiler room, 2.01 h.p., urn for deputy 
Speaker, 1-6 h.p 962 38 

Imperial Building: elevator, 1-7 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913; fan, 
•23 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913; current for electric iron, equal 
to 8 16-c.p. lamps at $1.75 each per ann., 1 year to Apr. 1, 1913 62 25 

Inland Revenue, 319 Queen St.: current, 3 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, at $20 per h.p. per ann.: 

blower, 2 h.p., exhaust fan, -4 h.p 12 00 

Langevin Block: 16 motors, equal to 60 16-c.p. lamps at $1.75 each per ann., 12 m. to 
Apr. 1, 1913; current for 17 desk fans, equal to 15 16-c.p. lamps at $1.75 each per ann., 
4 m. to Aug. 1, 1913 113 75 

Marine and Fisheries, West Block: motor, 8-04 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Mar. 

31,1913 , 20100 

Militia and Defence, 113 Rideau St.: elevator, 6-26 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 1 yr. to 
Apr. 1, 1913; clothing testing machine, -55 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 6 m. to Jan. 1, 
1913; current for one heater and 3 fans, equal to 7 16-c.p. lamps at $1.75 per ann., 
11 m. to Apr. 10, 1912 141 93 

Militia and Defence, 347 Sparks St.: current, 1-08 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 1 yr. to 

Jan. 1, 1913, 1 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 3 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 26 60 

Militia and Defence, Regal Building: current for blue-print machine, l-7h.p.at$20per h.p. 

per ann., 18 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 51 00 

Mines Department, Thistle Building: 3 small motors, 4 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 

15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 100 00 

Museum: current at $20 per h.p. per ann.: elevators, freight, 9.95h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, 
11-40 h.p., 6 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, passenger, centre, 10-82 h.p., 9 m. to Oct, 1, 1912, 
18.87 h.p. 6m. to Apr. 1, 1913, east end, 8-91 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, 15-08 h.p., 

3 m. to Jan. 1 , 1913, 15-06 h.p., 3 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, west end, 8-27 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 
1, 1912, 7-64 h.p., 6 m. to Apr. 1, 1913; fans, east end, 7-64 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, 
8-87, 6 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, west end, 7-64 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, 7-07 h.p., 6 m. to 
Apr. 1,1913.. pump, east end 5-64 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912,5-05 h.p., 6 m. to Apr. 1, 
1913, west end, 5-33 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, 5-71 h.p., 6 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 
vacuum cleaner, 17-70 h.p., 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, 13-17h.p., 6m. to Apr. 1, 1913; 2arc 
lamps, 3-17 h.p., drill, -35, glue pot, -5 h.p, electric iron, -5 h.p., heater (photo.), 
•64 h.p., lathe, 1-04 h, p., 3 mercury arcs, 1.75 h.p., saw, -85 h.p. each, 6 m. to Apr. 1, 

1913 2, 245 00 

Naval Service: 12 desk fans, current supplied equal to 4 16-c.p. lamps, at $1.75 per ann., 

4 m. to July 31, 1912 2 33 

Observatory: electric clock service, 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, 6 clocks, each -31 h.p., at $20 

per h.p. per ann.; 2 desk fans, current supplied equal to 1 16-c.p. lamp at $1.75 per 
ann., 4 m. to Aug. 31, 1912; 4 heaters, current supplied equal to 48 16-c.p. lamps at 
$1.75 each per ann., 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913; 4 motors, 15.06 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 
15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 467 98 

Post Office: 2 heaters, 6-5 h.p., 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913, at $20 per h.p. per ann.; current 
supplied at $20 per h.p. per ann., for 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, elevators, freight, 5-4 h.p. 
passenger, 12.72 h.p., pump, 4-8 h.p., stamping machine, -47 h.p 714 75 

Printing Bureau: motors, at $20 per h.p. per ann., 69 h.p., 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 76-84 h.p. 

3 m. to Apr. 1, 1913; desk fan, current supplied equal to 1 16-c.p. lamp, at $1.75 per 

aim., 4 m. to Aug. 1, 1912 1 , 764 78 

Regal Building: elevator, 10 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913; 14 desk 
fans, current supplied equal to 13 16-c.p. lamps at $1.75 each per ann., 4 m. to Aug. 31, 

1912 .- 257 58 

Supreme Court: current supplied: 4 desk fans, equal to 10 16-c.p. lamps, at $1.75 each, 

4 m. to Aug. 31, 1912; 2 heaters, equal to 11 16-c.p. lamps at $1.75 each, 9 m. to Jan. 

1, 1913 20 26 

Trafalgar Building: 3 adding machines, current supplied equal to 4 16-c.p. lamps, at $1.75 
each per ann., 12 m. to Apr. 1. 1913, 2 fans, current supplied equal to 2 16-c.p. lamps, 
at $1.75 each, 4 m.to Aug. 31, 1912 8 17 

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V— 130 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Ottawa Buildings: Power, &c— Concluded. $ ets. 

Brought forward 13, 457 94 

Ottawa Electric Co. (concluded) — 

West Block: elevator, 17-4 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913; 63 desk 
fans, current supplied equal o 60 16-c.p. lamps, at $1.75 each, 4 m. to Aug. 31, 1912; 
9 heaters and 5 mercury lamps, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, current supplied equal to 196 
16 c.p. lamps, at $1.75 each per ann.; 3 motors and 1 soldering iron, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 
1913, current supplied equal to 59 16-c.p. lamps, at $1.75 each per ann.; motor, Mr. 
McLoughlin's office, 6-45 h.p., at $20 pev h.p. per ann., 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 991 49 

Current for pumps: 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 500 00 

Shipyards: current supplied, 3| m. to Jan. 1, 1J13, at $20 per h.p. per ann.; crane, 4-52 h.p., 

machine shop, 6-65 h.p 65 15 

Workshops: current, 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, 2-34 h.p. at $20 per h.p. per ann 58 50 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Lighting (Page V— 99) 1, 358 08 

Total, carried to page V— 196 ■ 16,431 16. 



Ottawa Buildings: Rents. 

Allan & Fleming: Marine & Fisheries, Victoria Chambers: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 480 00 

Baskerville, W. J.: Geological Survey, 537-539 Sussex St.: 3 m. to May 1, 1912 200 00 

Bate, H. N. & Sons: Customs Ex. Warehouse, 10 and 12 Albert St.: 7 m. to Nov. 1, 1912. . . 933 33 

Birks, Henry, & Sons: Marine & Fisheries, Birks Building: 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 12,750 00 

Blackburn, R.: Mines Dept., Rooms, cor. Bank and Sparks: 6 m. to Aug. 1, 1912, $400, 

R. 37709 (voucher outstanding), $200 600 00 

Blackburn, R. L. & R.: P. O. & Interior Dept., Union Bank Building: Apr. 1, 1912-Jan. 6, 

1913 10, 000 00 

Brennan, J. C, Trafalgar Block ($13,162.92)— 

Lease 7639: 1 yr. to Feb. 1, 1913 11,964 00 

Rooms 104 & 112: 1 yr. to Feb. 1, 1913 500 00 

Room 213: 1 yr. to Feb. 1, 1913 244 00 

Room 214: 1 yr. to Feb. 1, 1913 182 00 

Room 404: 1 yr. to Feb. 1, 1913 272 92 

Clark, E. W.: Militia, 12 Emmett St: 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912 240 00 

Dewar, Barrett P.: Militia, Aylmer Annex: 13 m. to Feb. 1, 1913 585 00 

Duford & Charleson, Militia ($6,910. 12) — 

111 RideauSt.: Mar. 12, 1912-Feb. 20, 1913 • 2,210 12 

113-115 RideauSt.: 1 yr. to Feb. 20, 1913 4,700 00 

Earlscourt Realty Ltd.: Agriculture, 136 Lyon St.: 3 m. to Sept. 30, 1912 225 00 

Fleming, Thos.: Militia, 347 Sparks St.: 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 720 00 

Grand Trunk Railway System: Railway Comm. Central Station: 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1913. . . 19,500 00 

Graves, Geo. C: Post Office, Graham Bldg., 55 Sparks St.: Dec. 17, 1912-Jan. 1, 1913. ... 250 00 

G.N.W. Tel. Co.: Conservation Comm., Lease 8248: 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 315 00 

Hanna, J. E.: Labour & Militia, Regal Bldg.: 9 m. to Dec. 11, 1912 12,071 79 

Est. of late S. Howell: land behind Langevin Block: 1 y. to Apr. 25, 1912 5 00 

Imperial Realty Co.: Canadian & Woods Bldgs., Queen and Slater Sts.: Lease 8348, 1 y. 

to Mar. 31, 1913 78, 468 94 

Ker, E. D.: Agriculture, cor. Lyon and Albert: 3 m. to July 1, 1912 224 40 

Lamb, J. B. & W. A.: Inland Revenue, 317-321 Queen St.: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 2,660 00 

McNeill & Stewart: Audit Office, Queen St. Chambers: 1 y. to Jan. 5, 1913 1,849 98 

Mills, A. K. & Son: Public Works Stores, Slater St.: 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 477 75 

Molson's Bank: Conservation Comm.: Lease 7748, 9 m. to Dec. 1, 1912 1,755 00 

My Wardrobe & Valet: 174-176-178 Wellington St., rent of basement: 3 m. to Mar. 4, 1913 225 00 
Ottawa Building Co. ($13,215) — 

Interior, 102^ Wellington St.: 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1912 1,840 00 

Interior, cor. Metcalfe and Slater Sts.: 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 7,000 00 

Justice, 98 and 100 Wellington St.: 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1913 4, 375 00 

Ottawa City: taxes for year 1912-13 on rented properties: — 

Clarke Est., $122.52; Corry Block, $776.23; Imperial Realty Co., $7,311.49; Lamb 
property, $430.71; Ottawa Building Co., $1,468.23; Ottawa Investment Co., $485.26; 

Seybold Bldg., $1,701.77; Slater Est., $351.82 12,648 03 

Ottawa Investment Co.: Agriculture, 94-96 Queen St.: 1 y. to Jan 31, 1913 1,000 00 

Pearson, Est. E. A.: Interior Dept., Imperial Bldg.: Urn. to Mar. 1, 1913 4,950 00 

Robinson, Hiram: Robinson Bldg., lease 9152; 6 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 7,000 00 

Rochester, J. L.: Interior and Public Works, 124 Queen St.: 1 y. to Mar. 15, 1913 6,200 00 

Royal Trust Co.: Mines Dept,, Thistle Chambers: 18 m. to Nov. 1, 1912 1,375 00 

Seybold, J. A.: Customs, 155 and 157 Sparks St.: 12 m. to Apr. 30, 1913 6, 533 33 

Slater Estate: Public Works, lot 11, Wellington St.: 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 360 00 

Carried forward 217,890 59 



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Brought forward 217,890 59 

Slater & Sherwood ($1,620)— 

Mounted Police, 172 Wellington St.: 9 m. to Oct. 15, 1912 855 00 

Mines Dept., 193 Sparks St., rooms 9, 16, 17, 41, and 49: 9 m. to Dec. 1, 1912 765 00 

Taylor, Miss Edith: Interior & PubJie Works, Corry Bldg.: 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, $8,500; 
on account (Vouchers outstanding), R. 48031, $150, R. 48032, $100, R. 48033, 

$444 .25 9, 194 25 

228,704 84 

Less charged to 1913-14 12,367 23 

Total, carried to Page V— 196 216, 337 61 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance. 

Amherst Public Building ($2,946.78)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Chipman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; care of clock, D. C. McLeod, 

1 y. to Dec. 5, 1912, $50 449 96 

Amherst Town: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913 32 00 

Bent, Geo. H.: wood, 4 cords at $5, 7 cords at $3.73, 3 cords at $3.50 56 75 

Canada Electric Co.: lighting, yr. to Mar. 31, 1913: at 5c. per 1., 12 1. for 385 n.; at 4c, 

341. for 52 n.,- 59 for 19 n., 91 for 261 n.; at 2c, 3 1. for 365 n.; supplies, etc., $35.20... 1,341 70 

Dunlap Bros. & Co.: office chair, $21; rubber mats, 4 at $2; sundry $24.77 53 77 

Holmes and Trenholm: wood, 1 cord at $5, 8 cords at $3.75; sundry, $17.05 52 05 

Maritime Coal Railway, and Power Co.: coal, 48-5 tons at $3.90 189 15 

Matheson & Co.: boiler tubes, 32 at $2 64 00 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 2 prel., $60, 8 d. 1. c. at $29.50, 2 newspapers at $30; 

stools, 8 at $3 . 50 384 00 

Small payments: electrical supplies, 37 lamps at 80c, sundry, $15.50; freight, $39.01; 

labour, 50 h. at 40c, 50 h. at 30c; sweeping compound, 580 lb. at 5c; wood, 4 cords 

at $5; sundry, $155.29 323 40 

Annapolis Royal Public Building ($942. ID- 
Caretaker, J. McKay: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $33. 33 399 96 

Annapolis Royal Coal Co.: coal, 4409 t. at $5.75 253 50 

Annapolis Royal Town: light, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1913, $147; water, 9 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 

$30 177 00 

West, H. A.: bunting, i28 yd. at 15c, 371 yd. at 5c; flags, 30 at 50c; labour, $17; sundry, 

$7.44 77 19 

Small payments: brass plates, $7.50; chair, $8.50; sundry, $18.46 34 46 

Antigonish Public Building ($954.72)— 

Caretaker, J. C. Fraser, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33, care of clock, 1 y. to Sept. 17, 

1912 $50 449 96 

Acadia Coal Co.: coal, 45-04 t. at $4 ...I... 180 16 

Antigonish Electric Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, $260; supplies, $7.83. . 267 83 

Small payments: wood, 3 cords at $3; sundry, $47.77 56 77 

Arichat Public Building ($573.17)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. A. De Roche: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $12.50 150 00 

Lebrun, John: carbide, 11 cans at $4.75 52 25 

Tenio, C. P.: coal, 35 t. at $8.75, 5 t. at $4.75; wood, 2 cords at $5 340 00 

Small payments: sundry 30 92 

Baddeck Public Building ($1,079.08)— 

Caretakers to Mar. 31, 1913 at $33.33: D. F. McKenzie, 3 m.; D. Munro, 9 m 399 96 

McDonald, A. T.: coal, 40 t. at $4.80 192 00 

McLeod, John P. & Sons: lamps, 4 at $5, 1 at $2.50; sundry supplies, $57.88 80 38 

Rubenstein Bros.: 6 drawer fronts, $22.50; p. o. box fronts with pigeon holes, 174, $301.20; 

sundry, $16 .04 339 74 

Small payments: labour, 14 d. at $3, 1\ d. at $2; wood, 2 cords at $5 67 00 

Bridgewater Public Building ($959.90)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Cohoon, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $33.33; care of clock, L. Beaumont, 

12 m. to Feb. 1, 1913, $50 449 96 

Bridgewater Town: electric lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1914, 86-16 c p. lamps, (flat rate), 

$249.73; water, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1914, (flat rate), $33.88; sundry supplies, $20.25. 303 86 

Intercolonial Coal Mining Co.: coal, 26-68 t. at $4.80 128 08 

Small payments: dustbane, $7.50; wood, $32; sundry $38.50 78 00 

Canso Public Building ($1,256.53)— 

Caretaker, G. A. Pyche: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $33.33 399 96 

Cameron, Allan: building cess-pit as per contract, $65; connecting carbide tank with 

cess-pit, $10; opening trench and cleaning drain $50 .02 125 02 

Green, Vincent: painting outside woodwork as per contract, $170; oiling hardwood floor, 

$25. . , 195 00 

Carried forward 8, 175 74 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 8, 175 74 

Canso Public Building — Concluded. 

Talbot, John L.: repairing Post Office roof and tower, $25; staging tower, $50 75 00 

Whitman, A. N. & Son: carbide, 30 tins, $127.50; coal, 30 t. at $7.75, 5 t. at $5.50; wood, 

5 cords at $6.50; sundry, $7.75 427 75 

Small payments: sundry supplies 33 80 

Dartmouth Public Building ($670.35)— 

Caretaker, I. C. Henley: to Mar. 31, 1913, 2 m. at $33.33, 10 m. at $37. 50 441 65 

Cunard, S. & Co.: coal, 14-47 t. at $4 57 88 

Dartmouth Gas, Electric Light and Power Co.: light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $10.42 114 62 

Dartmouth Town: water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1913 23 50 

Small payments: wood, $7.50; sundry, $25.20 32 70 

Digby Public Building ($1,575.49)— 

Caretaker, F. Denison, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $33.33; care of clock, C. A. Lundstrom, 

Jan. 20-Feb. 10, 1912, $14.58, Jas. M. Keen & Son, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1913, $50. .... . . 464 54 

Bateman, G. C: installing new door, $25; opening safe, $25; repairing combination, 

$10; replacing fire-proof cement, $30; refitting door, $20; travel, etc., $51........ 161 00 

Daley, John: electric lighting, 13 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, 3,294 k. w. at 12|c; meter rent, 

$3.90; sundry, $7.75 423 40 

Digby Town: water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 64 00 

Graham, W. H.: painting, varnishing, etc., as per contract, $115.50; plumbing, etc., 

$25 140 50 

Van Blarcom, W. E.: coal, 1 t. at $6.25, 1 t. at $5.75, 49 t. at $5.50 281 50 

Small payments: plumbing, $22.80; sundry, $17.75 40 55 

Glace Bay Public Building ($1,279.05)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. A. Currie: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Currie, L. D.: coal, 45 t. at $3.70 166 50 

Glace Bay Town: electric lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 3,796 k. w. at 10c, meter, $2.25; 

water, 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, $55 ; . 436 85 

Small payments: coal, 8 t. at $3, 5 t. at $3.60; delivering coal, 20 t. at 70c; sundry, 

$19.70 : 75 70 

Guvsborough Public Building ($914. 29)-- 

Caretaker, Mrs. L. Hadley, to Mar. 31, 1913, 6 m. at $4.16, 6 m. at $10; care of clock, 

1 y. to Jan. 1, 1913, $60 144 96 

Hart, Lewis & Co.: carbide, 3 t. at $95; coal, 35 t. at $6; hauling water, $8.75; wire 

screens, 6 at $1.75; wood, 16 cords, $47; sundry $73.05 634 30 

Walsh, Wm. R.: asbestos plaster, $8.65; gas-jets, 120, $33.50; grate bolts, $9.35; labour, 

$18; repairing heater, $30; sundry, $5.45 104 95 

Small payments: varnishing doors, $10; sundry, $20 . 08 30 08 

Halifax Appraiser's Building ($2,998.17)— 

Caretaker, Martin O'Neil: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54. 16 649 92 

Cunard, S. & Co.: coal, 50 tons at $4, 50 tons at $3.75 387 50 

Farquhar Bros.: labour, 92 h. at 40c; portable lamp, $5; sundry $17.20 59 00 

Halifax City: water rates, Mar. 1, 1909 to Sept. 4, 1912, 2,036-2 M. gal., $297.53; meter, 

$77.40 374 93 

Halifax Electric Tramway Co. Ltd.; gas, light, Mar. 23, 1912 to Feb. 26, 1913, 65-8 M. cu. 

ft., $109,13. Oct. 23 to Jan. 23, (extra), 22-2 M. cu. ft,, $37.74 146 87 

Walker, Jas.: rent of building, 15 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 1, 250 00 

Small payments: cartage, $19.40; labour, 40 h. at 35c; painting, glazing, &c, $18; stove, 

$11.25; sundry $67.30 129 95 

Halifax Custom House ($14,165.26) — 

Caretaker, J. F. Sullivan, to Mar. 31, 1913, 8 m. at $37.50, 4 m. at $41.66; care of clock, C. G. 

Schutze, 15 m. to Feb. 1, 1913, $125 591 64 

Cleaning &c, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 2, 289 80 

Elevator-man, P. L. Nickerson, to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $54.16; engineer, J. Barnes, 

to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $64.16 1, 419 84 

Firemen: F. Warner, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66; G. Selig, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 

at $54.16; J. Handley, 4 m. to July 31, 1913, at $50 1,349 84 

Carmichael, Chas. & Son.: fitting up large room as per contract, $590; putting shelves. &c; 

$22.96; shifting storm sashes, $23.50; sundry $10.31 646 77 

Cunard, S. & Co.: coal, 142-55 tons at $4, 195 tons at $3.75 1,301 45 

Farquhar Bros.; altering fixtures, $17.20; sundry $33.81 51 01 

Halifax City: fire protection, 4 y. to May 1, 1913, $2,000; water rates, Mar. 10, 1908 to 

Sept. 5, 1912, 269-8 M gals., $380.15; meter, $64 '. 2,444 15 

Halifax Electric Tramway Co. Ltd.: electric lighting, Mar. 22 to Feb. 24, 6,911k.w. at 

10c, 4, 357 k.w. at 7 -75c; electric power, Mar. 22, 1912to Mar. 24, 1913, 1, 260 k. w. at 

10c, 1, 306 k.w. at 8 -37c, 261 k.w. at 6-4c; Oct. 26-Jan. 24, (extra), electric light, 

9,361 k.w. at 10c, electric power, 857 k.w. at 10c; gas light, Mar. 23-Aug. 19, 7-8 M. 

cu. ft. at $1.48 Oct. 23-Jan. 23, (extra) 12-2 M. cu. ft., $20.74; gas fuel, Mar. 23-Feb. 

21, 1913, (flat rate) 11 m. at 50c, Sept.6, -Feb. 21, 1-6 M. cu. ft. $2.50; (extra), Sept. 

23 r Jan. 23, 3m. at 50c 2, 344 54 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 28, 588 68 

Halifax Custom House — Concluded. 

Home, E. J. & Son: cartage, $19.20; labour, 36 h. at 50c., 257 h. at 40c, 110 h. at 23c; 

repairing columns and plaster, $75 240 30 

McKenzie, Hugh D. Co.: coal, 5 ton at $5.50, 4 ton at $5.25, 8 ton at $5; sundry $2 90 50 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co., chairs, 2 at $9; one desk, $32; elm desk, $28; repairing chairs, 

$9.25; Wilton rugs, large, 1 $60, 2 small at $6; sundry $16.91 176 16 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co. : plan cabinet, $55; freight $1.87 56 87 

Perrier, Geo. A.: repairing heating apparatus, labour, $49.60, 5 radiator sections, $11.75; 

sundry $12.64. 73 99 

Walsh Bros.: decorating buildings on occasion of visit of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught, 

$600; painting elevator, as per contract, $105; sundry $7.20 712 20 

Small payments: brooms $25.85; cleaning windows $15; labour, 20 h. at 40c; opening 

vault and repairing combination, $28.60; removing waste paper and ashes, 79 loads 

at 60c; repairing flags, $16.90; repairing tile floors $40.52; soap $35.10; telephone tolls 

$36.36; toilet case, $10.50; sundry $111.97 376 20 

Halifax Immigration Building ($7,683.14) — 

Firemen: John Oxley, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $64.16; John Brennan, Feb.-Mar., 2 

m. at $54.16 878 24 

Cunard, S. & Co.: coal, 2 ton at $8.45, 1 ton at $8.25, 2 ton at $8.20, 2 ton at $7.90, 2 ton 

at $7.70, 188-405 ton at $3.75 779 24 

Halifax City: water rates, Mar. 16, 1909-Sept. 4, 1912, 1,764-68 M gal., $1,826.26; meter, 

$60 1,886 26 

Halifax Electric Tramway Co. Ltd.: electric light, Mar. 30-Feb. 28, 1913, 9,672 k.w. at 

10c, 17,808 k.w. at 7-5c; (extra), Oct. 31, -Jan. 31, 1913, 7,506 k.w. at 10 c; gas fuel 

Mar.25-Feb.22,82-5M.cu.ft.at$l; (extra), Oct. 24-Jan. 22, 1913, 24 M. cu.ft. at $1. . . 3,159 90 
Mackenzie, Hugh D. & Co.: coal, 16 ton at $8.50, 20 ton at $7.20, 5 ton at $5.50, 153-9 at 

$4; sundry $2 925 10 

Small payments: 16 c.p. lamps, 250 at 19c; sundry $6.90 54 40 

Halifax Immigration Hospital ($2,692.76)— 

Acadia Coal Co.: coal, 139-7025 t. at $4, 103-685 t. at $3.80 952 81 

Halifax City: fire protection, 4 yrs. to May 1, 1913, $240; water rates, 927-7 M cu. ft., 

$1,052.89, on account, (voucher out), $75; meter, $28 1,395 89 

Halifax Electric Tramway Co. Ltd.: Electric lighting, Mar. 27-Feb. 28, 591-7 k.w. at 

10c: 1,838-9 k.w. at 9-07c, (extra) July 29-Aug. 30, 69-8 k.w., at 10c, Oct. 31-Jan. 29, 

757-4 k.w. at 10c 308 74 

Small payments: coal, 2 t. at $5.50; electrical supplies, $23.92; sundry, 40c 35 32 

Halifax Marine and Fisheries Dept. ($435.25) — 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co.: 2 "Brussels" rugs, $50; cabinets, 2 at $28.50; 3 chairs, $12; 

f.t. desk, $30; linoleum, 246 yds. at 75c; wash stand $16.50; sundry $40.50 390 50 

Small payments: chair, $5.75; painting walls, &c, $15; typewriter desk $24 44 75 

Halifax Post Office ($15,888.32)— 

Engineer, R. Powers: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $62.50 750 00 

Elevator men: L. W. Anderson, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $54.16; L. Umleh, 8 m. to Mar. 

31, 1913 at $54.16 1,083 20 

Firemen: J. De Young, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $54.16; I. Handley, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 

1913 at $50 1,049 92 

Watchman, L. Dee: to Mar. 31, 1913, 7 m. at $41.66, 5 m. at $54.16 562 42 

Cleaners, to Mar. 31, 1913 767 80 

Keefe, M. E.: sundry extra work on contract for repairs to building 188 07 

Bateman, S. C: cleaning locks, &c $15; door check, $9.50; labour, 10 d. at $4; repairing 

vestibule doors, $8; "Yale" locks, 6 at $3.50; sundry, $63.55 157 05 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.: labour, 25 h. at 60c, 40 h. at 40c; oak, 112 ft. at 9c; 

sundry, $9.70 50 78 

Cunard, S. & Co.: coal, 160-95 t. at $4, 199-145 t. at $3.75 1,390 58 

Dunn, J. A.: duplex wire, 416 ft. at 10c; galv. conduit, 203 ft. at 12c; labour, 208 h. at 40c, 

133 h. at 20c; sundry, $8.60 , 184 36 

Eclipse M'fg. Co.: metallic fittings as per contract 1, 835 00 

Farquhar Bros.: boiler section, $67; conduit pipe $23.25; disconnecting old boiler section 

and installing new one, $72; electric waxer for sealing, $35; fitting up new.smoke pipe, 

$145; fitting up 2 hot water radiators, $124; fuses, 50 at 35c; labour, 398 h. at 40c, 

59 h. at 20c, 208 h. at 10c; 16 c.p. lamps, 53 at 19c; desk lamp, $5; tungsten lamps 4 

doz., $38; portable lamps, 3 at $5; repairing elevator, $6.60; repairing boiler, $135; 

repairing radiator, $35; sundry repairs, $32.60; wire, $19.92; sundry, $357.06 1,329 80 

Grant, A. J.: castor oil, $13.20; floor brushes, h doz., $7.50; sundry, $51.19 71 89 

Halifax City: fire protection, 4 y. to May 1, 1913, $2,000; (less $1,000 charged to Halifax 

Post Office); water rates, Apr. 17, 1911-Sept. 10, 1912, 30-59 M. gal., $45.89; meter, 

$12 1,057 89 

Halifax Electric Tramway Co.: electric lighting, Mar. 29-Feb. 24, 1913, 6,147 k.w., at 10c, 

18,253 k.w. at 7-5c, Oct. 26-Jan. 24, (extra), 1,428 k.w. at 10c; power, Mar. 22, 1912- 

Mar. 24, 1913, 594 k.w. at 10c, 956-5 k.w. at 7-4c, Oct. 26-Jan. 24 (extra), 341-5 k.w. 

at 10c 2, 290 82 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. % cts. 

Brought forward 53, 895 63 

Halifax Post Office — Concluded — 

Home, E. J. & Son: making five and hanging six doors, as per tender 240 00 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co.: book case $36; 8 chairs, $87; 2 f. t. desks, $60, $40, riling 
cabinet, $38; matting, 20 yds. at $3; screen, $13.50; wardrobe, $20; "Wilton" rug, $70; 

sundry, $14.50. . : 439 00 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co. : supplying and installing "Bostwick" gate 60 00 

Roche, David: plate glass, $15.35; painting letter boxes, 82 at $1.20 113 75 

Taylor, Jas.: labour, 76£ h. at 50c, 35 h. at 25c, 24 h. at 22c; sundry repairs, &c $117.40 169 68 

Thomson & Theakston: coat and hat hooks, 8 doz., $28; 2 cupboard doors, $19.50; 3 
slide doors, $12.50; 2 f. t. desks, $35; $12; labour, 339 h. at 45c; white wood, 200 ft. at 

12c; vault fittings as per contract, $643; sundry, $40.85 967 40 

Walsh Bros., Ltd.: decorating for occasion of visit of H. R. H. Duke of Connaught, bronze, 
11 lb. at $1.20, bunting, 830 yd. at 7c, labour, 147 h., $61.15; paint, 53 lb. at 20c t 
sundry, $16.95; plate glass panes, $14; painting letter boxes, 32 at $2.45; painting 

wire screens, $37.95; plate glass shelves, &c, $21; sundry, $18.90 330 25 

Wonnacott, J. : repairing letter boxes, locks, &c _ 88 30 

Supplies from stores: one f. 1. sorting case, $54; 1 prel. 1. sorting case, $30; letter carrier's 

stools, 36 at $3.50 210 00 

King's Printer, $10.54; advertising, $12.60 23 14 

Small payments: ash barrels, 6 at $5; cleaning, $31.50; coal, 6 tons at $5; drawer glasses, 
2 doz., $9.60; brass castin'g, $11; dustbane, 2 brl., $15; erecting partition, $29; freight, 
$8.36; labour, 6 d. at $2.50, 32 h. at 50c; marble, $27.50; removing ashes, $43.60; soap, 
$9.50; table rims, $8.50; style 'B' truck, $46.63; telephone service, 6 m., $19.50; sundry, 

$126.53 477 22 

[nverness Public Building ($1,237.72)— 

Caretaker, J. A. McDonald: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33. 33 399 96 

Bateman, G. C: repairing vaults, locks, &c, hotel bill, 9 d. at $2, labour, 86 h. at $1, 

80 h. at 50c, travel, $16, sundry, $2 *. 162 00 

Inverness Railway & Coal Co.: electric light (flat rate), to Mar. 1, 1913, 11 m. at $27.45; 

coal, 34-272 tons at $3.40 • 418 47 

Inverness Town: water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 45 00 

McKinnon, Donald: kalsomining and painting post office, as per contract 75 00 

Small payments: labour, men and team, 14| n. at $4, 40 h. at 30c; sundry, $67.29 137 29 

Kentville Public Building ($1,474.75)— 

„ Caretaker, W. Hiltz: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Bishop, A. H.: trucking and raising large safe to second story of Custom House 50 00 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe as per order, $310; freight and packing, $28.75 • 338 75 

Illsley & Harvey Co.: coal, 10045 tons at $9.50 95 43 

Kentville Electric Light & Power Co.: electric light, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913 (flat rate), 

$209; morning service, A\ m. to Mar., $22.50; supplies, 50 lamps, $27 249 50 

Kentville Town: water rates, 1 y. to June 30, 1913 50 00 

Minudie Coal Co.: coal, 30-35 tons at $5.40 163 89 

Small payments: blinds, 9 at $1 .50; 2 chairs, $12; clock, $10; leather cushions, $13; remaking 

couch, $9; rug, $30; sundry, $39.72 127 22 

Liverpool Public Building ($1 , 071 . 78)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Clements: to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $33.33 399 96 

Hart, F. W.: coal, 35 tons at $4.50 157 50 

Liverpool Town: electric lighting, 49 lights (flat rate), 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $171.52, sup- 
plies, $11.08; water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $18 200 60 

McQuinn, H. S.: labour, 7 d. at $2.50; sundry repairs, $38.95 56 45 

Rubenstcin Bros.: 10 drawer fronts with drawers, $37; 82 p. o. box fronts with pigeon 

holes, $161.80; sundry, $11 .47 210 27 

Small payments: repairing locks, &c, $30; sundry, $17 47 00 

Lunenburg Public Building ($1,804.11)— 

Caretakers: N. Myra, 3 m. to July 1, 1912, at $33.33, C. Dauphenee, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

at $33.33; care of clock, J. S. Holland, 1 y. to Jan. 1, 1913, $50 449 96 

Anderson, A. & H.: coal, 35 tons at $8.75; wood, 2 cords at $8, 2 at $5.50 333 25 

Lunenburg Gas Co., Ltd.: light (flat rate), 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $40; supplies, $25.90. 505 90 

Lunenburg Town: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913 59 00 

McKinnon, M. A. : erection and removing of staging, as per tender 150 00 

Morash, A. J.: painting galvanized iron work, as per tender, $147; sundry, $4.75 151 75 

Powers, Frank: labour, 14 h. at 40c; 10 polished brass kick plates, 91| lb. at 40c; sundry, 

$15.60 57 90 

Small payments: 1 doz. brooms, $5.40; Jawn mower, $10; rubber hose, $7; soap, $9.75; 

sundry, $64.20 96 35 

Middleton Custom House ($323.86)— 

Taylor, J. J.: safe, as per order 280 00 

Small payments: freight, $23.86; moving safe, $20 43 86 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 62,926 59 

New Glasgow Public Building ($1,709.27)— 

Caretaker, K. Forbes: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Acadia Coal Co.: coal, 49-445 tons at $4 197 78 

Grant, John J.: repairing building, as per contract, $150; sundry, $2 152 00 

Livingstone, Wm.: bunting, 880 yd. at 5c; flags, 4£ doz., $12.15; labour, 40 h. at 38c; 

sundry, $5.75 77 10 

MacDonald, J. Gordon: painting post office, as per contract, $187; sundry, $7.50 194 50 

New Glasgow Town: water rates, 1 y. to June 1, 1913 100 00 

Pictou County Elec Co.: electric lighting, Mar. 30, 1912-Mar. 3, 1913, 2,974 k. w., $306.61; 

meter, $3.30; arc light, 258 n. at 45c 426 01 

Sutherland, Wm. A. : repairing roof, &c, as per contract 55 00 

Small payments: wood, 2 cords at $5; sundry, $46.88 56 88 

North Sydney Engineer's Office ($636.30)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 'Shannon' sections 36 30 

Y. M. C. A.: rent of offices, 1 y. to Jan. 1, 1913 600 00 

North Sydney Immigration Office ($173.92)— 

Cape Breton Electric Co.: electric lighting, Jan. 26- Nov. 23, 1912, 273-5 k. w 33 92 

Colonial Coal Co.: coal, 20 tons at $3.50 70 00 

Dooley, John J.: coal, 20 tons at $3.50 70 00 

North Sydnev Public Building ($4,616.65)— 

Caretaker, H. D. McMillan: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Cape Breton Electric Co.: electric lighting, Mar. 26, 1912-Mar. 25, 1913, 6,100-1 k. w., 

$584.88; meter, $3; supplies, $12.42 600 30 

Dooley, John J.': coal, 70 tons at $3.50; furnishing and erecting flag pole, $50; repairing 

window frames, renewing plaster, &c, as per contract, $1,750; repairing plumbing, 

roof, &c, as per tender, $1,060; staging and pointing outside walls, $100; sundry, $57. 3,262 00 

North Sydney Town: water rates, 1 y. to Dec 31, 1912 32 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 5 sections of key cabinet with top and base, $14.03; style XXX 

wheeled truck, $60; freight on truck, $7.37 81 40 

Small payments: chairs, 3, $15.25; clock, $16; coal, 8-4 tons at $3.50; labour, 72 h. at 40c, 

sundry labour, $11.82; wood, $10; sundry, $79.68 190 95 

Pictou Custom House ($1,051.85)— 

Caretaker, F. J. Cole: 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 175 00 

Brown, John: kalsomining ceilings, &c, as per tender 98 00 

Intercolonial Coal Mining Co. : coal, 61-04 tons at $4 244 16 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co.: 3 h. a. f. units, $49.50; sundry, $9.75.. 59 25 

Whalen, Jas. : work and material, illuminating for reception of H. R. H. Duke of Connaught 325 00 

Small payments: bunting, 570 yd. at 7c; electrical supplies, $21.10; labour, 10 h. at 40c, 

58f h. at 20c; repairing chairs, &c, $16.75; removing ashes, 56 loads at 25c; sundry, 

$42.94 150 44 

Pictou Post Office ($1,259.53)— 

Caretakers: Jas. Arbuckle, 5 m. to Sept. 1, at $50; N. Rooch, 7 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, at $25. 425 00 

Intercolonial Coal Mining Co. : coal, 48 • 16 tons at $4 192 64 

MacKenzie, W. D.: repairing heating apparatus, as per tender -. . . 90 00 

McDonald, Eccles: decorating for arrival of H. R. H. Duke of Connaught, $50; kalsomining 

walls and ceiling, $50; painting outside of building, $95; painting radiators, &c, $22; 

painting and varnishing woodwork, $110 327 00 

McDonald, Geo. L.: furnishing material and laying floors, as per tenders, $106.21; putting 

50 ft. to sewer, $14.75; sundry, $25.03 145 99 

Small payments: labour, 35 h. at 20c; wood, 1\ cords, $10; sundry, $61.90 78 90 

Point Tupper Junction Post Office ($67.17)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: style XXX truck, $60; freight, $7.17 67 17 

Shelburne Public Building ($1,277.85) — 

Caretaker, H. Swensburg, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; care of clock, J. F. McQuhae, 

12 m. to Mar. 11, 1913, $50 449 96 

Holden, J. E.: cabinet, $35; desks, 1 f. t., $35; 1 typewriter, $15; 5 office chairs, $45; 2 rugs, 

$45; sundry, $11 186 00 

McGill, Jas.: coal, 11-23 tons at $7.75, 34-82 tons at $4.98 260 55 

Shelburne Town: lighting (flat rate), 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1912. . . . . 275 50 

Small payments: 100 carbon lamps, $19; wood, $7; sundry, $79.84 105 84 

Springhill Public Building ($1,941.29)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Watt, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50; care of clock, R. Anderson, 1 yr. 

to Dec. 31, 1912, $50 500 00 

Dominion Coal Co.: coal, 60-8 t. at $4 243 20 

Edison Electric Light & Power Co.: electric lighting, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 3,910 k.w. at 

12c; supplies, $9.30 478 50 

Springhill Mfg. Co.: cleaning cess pool and connecting with drain, $40; labour, 3 d. at $2.25; 

hinges, $7.50; painting and varnishing woodwork, repairing masonry, &c, $451.50; 

repairing roofing and plumbing, $90; sundry, $10.68 606 43 

Springhill Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912 : 30 00 

Small payments: galv. iron, 87J lbs. at 10c; wood, 5 c at $2.50; sundry, $61.91 83 16 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 75 ggg 42 

Sydney Public Building ($1,903.57)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. M. Keefe 12 m to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $33-33, 11 m. at $38.33; cleaners, 

Mrs.M.Keefe, $80, Mrs. J. Gibau, $30; Miss E. McNeil, $30; care of clock E McPher- 

son, 12 m. to Nov. 30, 1912, $50 644 96 

Cape Breton Electric Co., Ltd.: electric lighting, Mar. 22, i9i2-Mar! 24, 1913 11 037 kw ' 

$L007.74; meter $3 *' j ftin 74 

O'Callaghan & MacKenzie: decorating P.O. for arrival of HiR.H.buke of Connaugh't 

bunting, 5/6 yd. at 5c, labour, 83 hr. at 50c, sundry, $4.30. ... 74 60 

Small payments: 'Anti-dust,' 1 brl., $6; desk, $30; labour, $6; repairs, $25.90; removine 

ashes, $18; tiles, $15; sundry, $72.37 m 97 

Sydney Mines Public Building ($1,321.23)— 

Caretakers at $37.50; C. McMillan, 7 m. 18 d., Wm. Way, 4 m. 12 d., to Mar. 31, 1913. ... 450 00 

Campbell, Hugh G.: coal, 60 t. at $3.75 225 00 

Sydney Mines Electric Co., Ltd.: electric lighting, Mar. 2^-Feb. '28. 1912, 4 232 k w at 

lie; meter, $2.20 46 7 72 

Sydney Mines Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 30 00 

Small payments: coal, 12-95 t. at $3.50; new boiler section, $40; sundry, 163 19 u» *i 

Truro Public Building ($2, 584.09)— 

Caretakers: A. P. Smith, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, at $33.33; W. Roebuck, 8 m. to Mar 31 

1913, at $33.33 4 qq g 9 

Chambers Electric L. & P. Co.: lighting, 11 m. to Mar.'i! 1913,' 6,666 k.w.',' $577.28; 

supplies, $78.60 655 88 

Chase, H.: decorating post office, bunting, 94 yds. at 20c, 90 yd. at 12c, flags', $9, sundry, 

$36.40 7 c nn 

Kent, J. H.: coal, 60 t. at $4.40 , .". 264 00 

Murray, W. K.: installing electric lights, &c, $24.50; letter boxes', ' &c" (voucher out>- 

standing), $160; papering, kalsomining, &c, $100; putting in locked boxes, as per 

tender, $310 594 50 

Rubenstein Bros. : 203 p.o. box fronts, $313.81 ; sundry, $18.09 ...... ! ! . . ! '. ! .....'. '. 331 90 

Small payments: graining -and varnishing desk and vault, $20; hardware, $32.41- installing 

lavatory $35; key cabinet, $14.95; painting, &c, $15; repairing flagpole, $11; plumbing, 

$17.58; rubber stamps, $12; sorting' case, $10; sundry, $28.25 196 iq 

Westville Public Building ($808.83)— y 

Caretaker, M. Connors: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Hayman, A. E.: installing new sections of h.w. boiler, $55; repairing mason work! &c, as 

per contract, $100 155 00 

Pictou County Electric Co., Ltd.: electric lighting, Mar. 25, 1912-Mar. 27, 1913 1 747 k w 

$191.31; meter, $3.60. - ' 194 91 

Westville Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.,!."."! 21 00 

Small payments: wood, 4 c at $5; sundry, $17.96.. 17 Qfi 

Windsor Public Building ($1,298.60)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Mosher: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Anderson, T. J.: painting windows, doors, stairway, &c, as per tender 100 00 

Dimock, F. W.: coal, 4-38 t. at $5, 60 1. at $4.20, 9-645 t. at $4.15; wood, $18.75. ...!""."! 332 68 

Windsor Town, 18 m. to July 1, 1913 75 00 

Win «Qn r r;? leCtric L * & P ' C °" Ltd,: light ' * yr " to ^ ec - ^> 1912 > (flat rate')' $190;' supplies, 

$oU.oo 990 f, 1 ^ 

Small payments: sundry ' 1(U r 

Wolfville Public Building ($193.40)— U D 

Harris, R. E. & Son.: coal, 35-6 t. at $5.25 ira oo 

Woodman, A. J.: office table J? J 

Yarmouth Public Building ($1,952.49)— 

Caretaker, W. H. Whelan, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; care of clock, L. C Hood Co 

1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $75 474 q 6 

Baker, L. E. & Co.: coal, 55 t. at $6.98 38* 90 

Crosby, J. F.: repairing letter boxes, &c, $22.23; table, $38. . ! ! ! ! : 60 23 

Crosskill, Jas. H.: tungsten lamps, 132, $44.80; wiring for lights, $15; sundry, $3.i7 62 97 

Morton, G. J.: labour, 26 d. at $3, 17 d. at $2, 30 h. at 50c; sundry material, $34.17 161 17 

Yarmouth Gas Light Co.: gas light to Jan. 1, 1913, 35.2 M. cu. ft. gas at $2. . . ' 70 40 
Yarmouth Street Railway Co., Ltd.: electric lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 4,556 k.w. at 

43.0C 61 ^ 07 

Yarmouth Water Co.: water rates, 1 yr. to Dec 31, i9i2! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 72 00 

Small payments: repairing flags, $18.90; repairing locks, &c, $18.89: wood. 3 c $14 51 70 

Charlottetown Engineer's Office ($543.92)— ' 

Caretaker, Ed. Flynn: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Prince Edward Island Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, 1 yr. to June 30, 1913 44 00 

Charlottetown Experimental Farm ($242.25)— 

Charlottetown Light & Power Co.: electric lighting, Mar. 22-Feb. 24, 1913, Barn 74 k w 

at lie, meter, $2.75, superintendents' house, 342 k.w. at lie, meter, $2.75 ' <>l 96 

Lyons, G.& Co.: coal, 20-465 t. at $7.50, 1-445 t. at $4.50 15900 

Small payments: decorating house, Ac, $25; labour, 10 h. at 60c '..'.'.'.'. 31 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 86, 508 80 

Charlottetown Immigration Office ($121.25)— 

Bagnall, Mrs. T. B.: rent of rooms, including water, June 8-Oct. 8, 1912, 4 m. at $13 52 00 

Royal Bank of Canada: rent of rooms, Oct. 9-Feb. 28, 1913 69 25 

Charlottetown Marine and Fisheries Building ($1,670.25) — 

Beardsley, A. W.: building private office: bevelled glass, $35.70; labour, 15 d. at $2, 

sundry, $38.50 104 20 

Charlottetown City: water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 16 50 

Charlottetown L. & P. Co.; electric lighting, Mar. 22-Mar. 17, 1913, 212 k.w., $38.37; 

meter, $3; extra light, Aug., Oct., and Dec, $1.76, meter, 75c 43 88 

Currie & Murnaghan: conductor, 27 ft. at 40c; copper gutters, 252 ft. at. 50c; flag pole, $11; 
flashing, 252 ft. at 35c; garden hose, 50 ft. at 16c; 'Gurney Oxford' boiler with fit- 
tings, $280; installing boiler, $20; labour, 16 d., $96; piping, 100 ft., $7; repairing con- 
ductors, $15; slates for roof, 75 at 20c; wrapping pipes, $10; sundry, $40.88 727 88 

Lyons, G. & Co.: coal, 63-295 t. at $4.40 278 50 

McDuff , J. J.: services, 130^ h. at 60c 78 30 

Pickard, A. & Co.: coal, 20-35 t. at $3.75 76 31 

Stanley Bros. : decorating building, as per tender 100 00 

Trainor, Fred H.: re-installng lavatory, labour, 2 d. at $4, galv. water pipe, 60 ft. at 10c, 

soil pipe, 60 ft. at 20c, sundry $39 65 00 

Trainor, P. H. & Son: painting, varnshing, &c, as per contract 157 18 

Small payments: wood, 2c at $6; sundry, $10.50 22 50 

Charlottetown Public Building ($7,156.72)— 

Caretakers: A. McKenzie, to Mar. 31, 1913, 9 m. at $50, 3 m. at $58.33; P. McKenna, 8 m. 

to Nov. 30, 19*12, at $50; J. Savidant, 3 m. 22 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 1,210 47 

Cleaning, &c, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 327 96 

Messengers to Mar. 31, 1913: M. A. Allen, 12 m. at $50; E. Cameron, 12 m. at $41.66 1,099 92 

. Beardsley, A. W.: office desk, $27; sundry, $27.69 54 69 

Charlottetown City: water, 1 yr to Mar. 31, 1913 225 00 

Charlottetown L. & P. Co.: electric light, Mar. 18, 1912-Mar. 27, 1913, 11,127 k.w., 
$1,244.72; meter $3; gas, Mar. 18, 1912-Mar. 19, 1913, 420.8 M. cu. ft. at $2.20; 
meter, $4.80; installing two pillars complete with Mazda lamps, as per tender, $275; 
providing separate circuit for outside lighting, $40; sundry $19.15 (less short paid, 

20c) 2, 512 23 

Crockett, J. T. & Co.: brooms, $19.50; soap, $36; sundry, $21.68 77 18 

Full, Geo. E.: coal, 126.79 t. at $4.70 595 90 

Higgins- Luke : sundry repairs 50 95 

McDuff, J. J.: letting contract for lamps, &c, commission, 5 p.c of $315; services, 196 h. 

at 60c; sundry, $34.42 167 77 

Paton, Jas. & Co.: }2 chairs, $77.50; decorating post office, $150; 2 desks, $75; 2 rugs, $75; 

2 tables, $37; sundry, $69.87 484 37 

Trainor, Fred. H.: plumbing, labour, 30 h. at 40c, material, $47.18 59 18 

Supplies from stores: 1 d.l.c sorting case 29 50 

Small payments: painting letter boxes, 20 at $1.25; painting partition, $15; removing ashes, 

60 1. at 20c; renovating room, $20; toilet paper, $20; wood, 5 c. at $6; sundry, $139.60. . 261 60 

Georgetown Public Building ($427.35)— 

Caretaker, A. D. McPhee: services, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $10 120 00 

MacDonald, A. & Bros.: dustbane, $7.50; oil, 195 gal. at 25c; sundry $46.50 102 75 

Poole & Thompson: coal, 20-5 t. at $6.75, 8 t. at $4.25 172 40 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $10.80; wood, $7.50; sundry, $13.90 32 20 

Montague Public Building ($658.41)— 

Caretaker, H. L. Peardon: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $13.33 159 96 

Campbell, D. T.: painting exterior and interior of building, as per contract 87 50 

Ives, Isaac: laying hardwood floor, as per contract, &c 84 70 

Montague Electric Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 (flat rate) 67 48 

Poole & Thompson: coal, 20-185 t. at $6.75, 5-22 t. at $4.75, 12-485 t. at $4.25; sundry, $8.25 222 37 

Small payments: wood, 3 c at $3; sundry, $27.40 36 40 

Souris Public Building ($1,558.27)— 

Caretakers: T. Shea, 3 m. to July 1, 1912, at $29.16; R. F. St. John, to Mar. 31, 1913, 2 

m. at $29. 16, 7 m. at $33 .33 379 11 

Lyons, G. & Co. : coal, 40 • 195 t. at $8 . 40 337 64 

McDonald, Augustus: carbide, 1 t., $102, 10 cans, $47.50; dustbane, 1 brl., $13; 3 steel 

mats, $27.50; sundry, $50.77 240 77 

McDuff, J. J.: services inspecting construction of buildings, making contracts, &c, 60 h. 

at $1; sundry, $31.97 91 97 

McPhee, Peter A.: building bridge, repairing mason work on building, &c, labour, 18 d. 

at $2, 42| h. at 40c, 70 h. at 20c; lumber, $23.90; shingles, $7; sundry, $11.10 109 00 

Paquet, A. B.: alabastining ceilings and walls, $24; painting fence, $27; painting floors, 

&c, $43.50; sundry, $7.80 ■ 102 30 

Trainor, Fred. H.: copper conductor, 62 ft. at 40c; copper gutter, 126 ft. at 70c; labour, 

8 d. at $4; sundry, $25 170 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 97, 973 57 

Souris Public Building— Concluded. 

Small payments: carbide, 10 cans, $35; 2 oak doors, $35; wood, 5 c. at $4; sundry, 

$37.48 127 48 

Summerside Public Building ($1 ,421 . 10) — 

Caretaker, Angus McSween: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Holman, R. T., Ltd.: coal, 50-17 t. at $6.50, 12-595 t. at $4.35 380 91 

Strong, Henry P.: decorating post office, flags, 82 at 25c, labour, 5 d. at $3, 5 d. at $2, 

sundry, $29,50 75 00 

Summerside Town: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $36; hose, $2 38 00 

Sun Electric Co.: electric lighting, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 1,742 k.w. f $325.20; meter, 

S4.40; supplies, $14.65 344 25 

Small payments: coal, $13.00; dustbane, $13.50; labour, 20 h. at $1; sundry, $135.88... . 182 98 

Tignish Post Office ($75.19)— 

Schurman, M. F.: coal, $62.29; freight, &c.,$12.90 75 19 

Bathurst Public Building ($989.77)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Doucet, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; care of clock, F. O. Landry, 

1 y. to Oct. 1, 1912, $50 449 96 

Bathurst Lumber Co.: coal, 5-25 t. at $10 52 50 

McTomney, T. P.: tanks, as per contract 60 00 

Rogers & Melvin: coal, 30- 107 t. at $10 301 07 

Small payments: labour, 3£ d. at $3; repairing P. O. safe, &c, $26.50; wood, 2 cds. at $4, 

9 cds. at $3.75; sundry, $47.49 126 24 

Campbellton Public Building ($1,237.85) — 

Caretaker, C. Watson: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Campbellton Town: electric lighting, Nov. 1, 1911-Dec. 31, 1912, 14 lights, each 136 n. 
at 2c, 10 lights, each 120 n. at 2c, 3,392 k.w. at 10c, meter 60c; water rates, May 1- 

1911, Dec 31, 1912, $43.25 445 13 

Connacher, Elizabeth: rent of land for use of post office, Aug. 20, 1911-Oct. 2, 1912 Ill 50 

Shives, R. K.: coal, 40 t, at $5.25 210 00 

Small payments: dustbane, 1 brl., $12; soap, $8.75; wood, 4 c. at $3.50; sundry, $36.51.. 71 26 

Carleton Public Building ($399.96)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. C. Leonard: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Chatham Public Building ($909.43)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Johnston: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Chatham Town: electric lighting, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 4,135 k.w. at 12c; water, 1 y. 

to Mar. 31, 1913, $20 516 23 

New Brunswick Telephone Co.: exchange service, from Apr. 1, 1912-Jan. 1, 1914, No. 

78, $43 .75, No. 79, $35 78 75 

Small payments: sundry 14 45 

Clair Immigration Office ($100)— 

Clair, Thos. Jas.: rent of office, 10 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 at $10 100 00 

Dalhousie Public Building ($795.53)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Gould: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33. 33 399 96 

Dalhousie Town: water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 19 50 

McDonald, D.: oil, 125 gal. at 27c, 40 gal. at 24c; sundry, $24.25 67 60 

Powell, Chas.: coal, 26-625 t. at $9.25, 4J t- at $6 273 22 

Small payments: labour, $7.50; wire-wound hose, 100 ft. at 20c; sundry, $7.75 35 25 

Edmundston Public Building ($55) — 

Belanger, Leon R.: rent of office, Mar. 14- Aug. 31, 1912, 5| m. at $10 55 00 

Fairville Public Building ($224.51)— 

Caretaker, Alex. Scott: Mar. 1913 33 33 

Colwell, C. E.: coal, 35-1 1. at $5 175 50 

Small payments: ash barrels, 5 at $2.50; sundry, $3.18 15 68 

Fredericton Immigration Office ($333.68)— 

Byrne, Miss Eveleen: rent of office, 9 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 299 98 

Fredericton City: water rates, Nov. 1, 1912-May 1, 1913 9 00 

Fredericton Gas Light Co.: electric lighting, 4 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 79 k.w., $14.60; meter 

$1 . 60 16 20 

Small payment : coal, 1 ton 8 50 

Fredericton Public Building ($2,987 48)— 

Caretaker, L. Yerxa, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66; cleaning $18 517 92 

Edgecombe Norman: decorating Post Office and Custom House, as per agreement, Old 

Home Week, $150, visit of H. R. H., Duke of Connaught, $75 225 00 

Fredericton City: water and sewer rates, 1 y. to May 1 , 1912 81 00 

Fredericton Gas Light Co.: 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, arc lamp, 361 d. at 30c, electric light, 

4,774-1 k.w., $747.02; meter, $4.80 < 860 12 

Hall, Chas. A.: building platform, repairing doors, &c, $70; repairing window-bolts, 

&c,$12;' Yale' latch, $14; sundry, $57.07 153 07 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: desk, $79; 'Shannon' section, $11 90 00 

Staples, W. Allan: 25 w. 'Mazda' lamps, 100 at 55c 55 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 106, 625 18 

Fredericton Public Building — Concluded. 

Vanwart, Asa H.: coal, 59-255 t. at $8.50 503 66 

Wanless Bros.: repairing roof, hot water boiler, &c, as per estimate, $45; sundry, $39.82. 84 82 
Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 3 f. 1. c, $107, 1 prel. 1. c, $30, 3 1. c, $88.50; 1 section 

n. s. bin, No. 1,259, $40; 6 letter carrier's stools, $21 286 50 

Small payments: 3 doz. carbon lamps, $8.25; 1 doz. tungsten lamps, $9; chairs, 2 at $9, 

5 at $2.25: coal 3-4 .at $9.50; table, $7; sundry, $44.59 130 39 

Grand Falls Public Building ($306.36)— 

Caretaker, I. R. Graham: 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 233 31 

McClus> ey, Jas. F. : supplies 13 05 

McCormick, Jos. E.: rent of building, 6 m. to Oct. 1, 1912 at $10 60 00 

Hartland Public Building ($504.02)— 

Caretaker, J. W. Adams: 9£ m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41 .66 402 67 

Estey & Curtis Co., Ltd.: carbide, 15 cwt. at $4 60 00 

Hartland Village: water rates, 1 y. to June 30, 1913 30 00 

Keith & Plummer: supplies 11 35 

Hillsborough Public Building ($242.51)— 

Caretaker, Robt. Slater: 3 m. 28 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 130 09 

Moncton Tramways, Elec. and Gas Co.: gas, 4 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 272 M. cu. ft. at 38c... 103 36 

Steeves, Jordan & Son: sundry 9 06 

MarysvUle Public Building ($499.97)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Inch: 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $12. 50 125 00 

Inch, Geo. L.: water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 52 00 

Vanwart, Asa H.: coal, 20-565 t. at $9.50 195 36 

Small payments: lawn mower, $7.50; oil, $10; repairing hot water boiler, radiators, &c, 

$31; screen door and windows, $24.95; wood, $10; sundry $44.16 127 61 

Moncton Public Building ($2,793. 38)— 

Caretaker, E. B. Hicks: services, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50; outlay, $50.81 500 81 

Barnes, W. C, charges for overseeing: alterations, &c, 5 p. c. of $1,339; changing electric 

lights, 5p.c. of $191.75; laying tile floor, 5 p.c. of $800 116 53 

Leblanc, P. N.: laying tile floor in lobby and painting it, as per tender 800 00 

Moncton City: water rates, 1 y. to June 1, 1913 134 00 

Moncton Tramways, Elec. and Gas Co., Ltd.: electric light, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 5,675 

k.w., $561.87; gas, July 15-Mar. 31, 1913, 1,216 M. cu. ft., $440.12; installing natural 

gas, as per agreement, $123 1,124 99 

Small payments: bracket, $8; dustbane, $7.50; iron shelf, $10; painting 3 mail trucks, 

$30; repairing trucks, $7; repairing grills, &c, $16.65; sundry, $37.90 117 05 

Newcastle Public Building ($1,790.61) — 

Caretaker, Patrick Keating: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Newcastle Town: electric lighting, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 3,047 k. w. at 15c; meter, $3.60; 

supplies, 75c; water rates, 1913, $35 496 40 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag rack, Style D., $100; freight, $3 .47 103 47 

Stothart Mercantile Co.: coal, 25-12 t. at $7.25, 90-57 t. at $5.25; wheel barrow, $6 663 65 

Small payments: electric globes, 60 at 25c; gaskets, 36 at 25c; painting, &c, $14; 

repairing 'Robb' heater, $36; sundry, $53.13 127 13 

Richibucto Public Building ($1,325.94)— 

Caretaker, G. Holleran: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 ' 399 96 

Forbes, W. E.: coal, 45-997 t. at $8.20; hand sprayer, $7; lamps, 2 at $1.25, 12 at 80c; 

window screens, 14, $7.50; sundry, $41 .04 444 82 

Kavanagh, Harry: repairing chimney, as per contract, $60; tarring roof, and painting 

building, $15 75 00 

Kent Electric Co.: electric lighting, 1 y. to Mar. 17, 1913, 2,428-9 k.w. at 15c; meter, $6 370 26 

Small payments: dustbane, $7.50; wood, $24.90; sundry, $3.50 35 90 

Sussex Public Building ($1,007.34)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. N. Dryden: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Brown, Thos. H.: coal, 45 t. at $8.75; wood, $25.50 419 25 

Sussex Mfg. Co.: electric lighting, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 458 k.w. at 14c, 205 k.w. at 12-6c; 

meter, $2.75; supplies, $2.15 94 86 

Sussex Town: water rates, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1912 50 00 

Small payments: dustbane, $8; plumbing, $23 . 52; sundry, $11 . 75 43 27 

St. John Custom House ($10,698.74)— 

Caretaker, N. J.'Morrison, 12 m. to JMar. 31, 1913, at $70; cleaners, $93.25 933 25 

Firemen, to Mar. 31, 1913: C. White, 12 m. at $55; J. T. Logan, 12 m. at $50 1,260 00 

Messenger, J. A. Paul: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $58.33 699 96 

Canadian Sand Blast Co.: on account sand blasting (voucher outstanding) 1, 110 00 

Christie Wood Work Co.: oak cabinet 50 00 

Craig, Robt. S.: painting, varnishing, &c, as per contract 150 00 

Earle, W. Norman: cleaning windows, 188 at 65c, 134 at 50c, 114 at 43c; cording win- 
dows, $50.70; sundry, $23.65 312 57 

Gibbon, J. S. & Co.: coal, 11-68 t. at $9 105 13 

Carried forward 120. 721 59 



V— 143 UlrtTOli GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ c ts. 

Brought forward 120 721 59 

St. John Custom House — Concluded. 

Magee & Co.: asphalt, 68 yd. at $1 68 00 

Manchester, Robertson, Allison Ltd.: decorating for Old Home Week,' as per ' agreement' 

$135; 4 chairs, $35 50; cork carpet, 78* yd. at $1; 6 cushions, $7.50; d. f. t. desk, $46 : 

2 stools, $10; sundry, $38 .70 051 on 

McGowan, H. L. & J. C: cleaning and painting, &c, $50; sundry, $6.50. '.'. 56 50 

New Brunswick Telephone Co.: rent of phones, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913 No M 178 $45 

No. 2,427, $45 ' ' ' 9Q 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chairs, 1 oak, $15.50, 2 1. w., $15; direct name guides 6 sets' 

$10.50; sections, 3 letter size, $45.25, 'Policy', $17, 3 'Shannon', $20.43; 'sundry', 

$12.70 J2Q go 

Porter, Wm. T.: removing ashes, &c., 154 loads at 50c . . . 77 00 

Starr, R. P. & W. P.: coal, 2-075 1. at $7, 303-22 t. at $7.25. ... 2 21*88 

St. John City: water rates, 11 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 6,525-7 M. gal. at 25c; meter, $30 25; 

rent of lot in Duke s ward, 1 y. to July 1, 1912, $22 1 683 68 

St. John Railway Co.: electric lighting, Feb. 3, 1912-Feb. 5, 1913, 608-1 k.'w.'at 13-5c "■ 

meter, $5.15; gas lighting, 1 y. to Feb. 3, 1913, 338-9 M. cu. ft. at $1.75; meter, $4 8.6'- 

supplies, $13.50 gog 53 

Thorne, W. H. & Co. : sundry hardware 73 75 

Webb, Hiram & Son: installing electric bells, &c, $40; wiring building' as per contract, 

$162.65; wiring signal office, $30; sundry, $14.15 246 80 

Wilson, J. E.: copper chimney, $13; labour, 22 d. at $3.60; sundry, $19. 08. '. . '.'. 11128 

Small payments: coal, 5-2 t. at $4; copper lining for tank, $15; desk, $37 80- garden 

hose, $7.25; labour, 30 h. at 54c, 36*- h. at 50c, 18| h. at 40c; repairs $16.35; shovelling 

snow, $24.55; 2 truck wheels, $12; 3 Union Jacks, $22.25; sundry, $73 88 . 271 73 

St. John Engineer's Office ($1,095.25)— 

Canadian Bank of Commerce: rent of flat, 1 y. to Jan. 31, 1913, $950; water rates, 1912, 

$7 . 50 Q57 50 

New Brunswick Telephone Co.: rent of telephone: No. W. 181, 12 m. to Mar." 31 1913 

$47; No. 561, July 18-Sept. 30, Jan. 1-Mar. 31, $25.27; No. 2327, 3 m. to June 30, 1912. 

$12.75; No. 2597, Oct, 14-Mar. 31,1913, $21.73 106 75 

Small payments: linoleum, 16 yd. at $1.50; sundrv, $7 31 00 

St. John Immigration Building ($5,910.74)— 

Watchmen, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $55 per m.: Fred Haslem, 12 m.; Jos. Sleeth, 12 m 1 320 00 

Dominion Coal Co.: coal, 99-22 t. at $4 '395 gg 

McGivern, Jas. S.: coal, 9 t. at $8.25, 122-7 t. at $8 !!!!."!.'.*.""'."!] 1 055 89 

St. John City: rent of lot, 'Brooks Ward', 1 y. to Jan. 1, 1912, $2,105.32; water rates, 6m. 

to July 31, 1912, 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 1,254-9 M. gal. at 25c, meter, $7.33... 2 426 37 

St. John Railway Co.: electric lighting, Feb. 1, 1912-Feb. 3, 1913, 4,898-8 k. w. at 13-5 c; 

meter, $7.56; supplies, $10 g7g 95 

Small payments: coal, $8; wood, $14.75; sundry, $9.90 3265 

St. John Immigration Detention Hospital ($563.02)— 

Caretaker, &c, R. Stackhouse: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 547 50 

St. John Railway Co. : electric lighting, May 3-Aug. 2, i 912, 58 • 3 k. w. at 13 : 5c';' meter, 

$3.15 11 02 

Small payments: sundry, $4.50 4 5Q 

St. John Post Office ($11,557.79) — 

Caretakers: John Killen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $50; A. E. Theal, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 

at $50; H. R. Garity, to Mar. 31, 1913, 2 m. at $25, 10 m. at $40 1500 00 

Care of clock, Geo. D. Martin, 12 m. to Aug. 1, 1912, $80; cleaners, Apr.-Mar., $314 50 ' 394 50 

Engineer, Jos. Wolfe, to Mar. 31, 1913, 2 m. at $60, 10 in. at $65; elevatorman, E. Haney, 

to Mar. 31, 1913, 6 m. at $55, 6 m. at $60 1 460 00 

Canadian Revolving Door Co.: q. c. oak revolving door, with bevelled glass, $695; freight 

&c, $16.63 ............. . 711 63 

Christie Wood-working Co.: building addition to private office ..... 55 00 

Demings, Wm. E.: painting trucks, $29.50; painting 6 rooms, hall, &c, as per contract', 

$165; whiting boiler room, &c, $56.50 251 00 

Drury, J. & Son: fitting up revolving doors, &c, labour, 18 d., $63; material, $15.50; 

springs, $14.40; sundry, $19.79 U2 69 

Earle, W. Norman: building platform, &c, $24.25; cleaning windows, i 64 at 45c; repair- 
ing woodwork, $15; sundry, $43 .34 15q 39 

Eddleston, F. W.: painting and varnishing letter boxes, 78 at $1.25; parcel receptacles ' 24 

at $2.25; sundry, $2.50 154 00 

Emerson, Wrn. E.: installing pipes, &c, $30; sundry plumbing, $23.87. ............' 53 87 

Manchester, Robertson, Allison, Ltd.: chairs, 7, $25.70; 3 desks, $37, $32, $28.50; 

decorating for 'Old Home'week as per agreement, $60 ' 183 20 

Noble, Jos. H.: repairing tanks, hot water pipes, &c, $30.04; plumbing, as per agree- 
ment, $75 105 04 

Starr, R. P. & W. F.: coal, 8-575 t, at $7.60, 15-295 t. at $7.50, 99-83 t. at $7.25 903 66 

St. John City: water rates, 11 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 4,647-3 M. gal. at 25c, meter $22 1, 183 82 

Carried forward 141, 593 23 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward : 141, 593. 23 

St. John Post Office — Concluded. 

St. John Railway Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Feb. 3, 1913, 26,549-9 k. w. at 13-5c, 

meter, $2.52; gas, Apr. 3-Feb. 3, 1913, 104-3 M. cu. ft. at $1.75, meter, $8 3,777 35 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: 4 ash barrels, $10; electrical fixtures, $36.85; sundry, $81.22 128 07 

Webb, Hiram & Son: repairing motor, $28.90; repairing speaking tube, $10.95; sundry, 

$13.68 53 53 

Supplies from stores: 3 I.e. sorting cases. 88 50 

Small payments: coal, 7 t. at $4; labour, 20| h. at 50c, 84 h. at 40c, laying hardwood 

floor, $28; removing ashes, &c, 84 loads at 50c; 2 Union Jacks, $13; sundry, $130.69. 285 54 

St. John Quarantine Barns ($13.50)— 

St. John City: water rates, 9 m. to Oct. 31, 1912, 38-4 M. gal., $11.25; meter, $2.25 13 50 

St. John Quarantine Station ($1,145.41) — 

Caretaker, Fred. Hargrave: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

St. John City: water rates, 9 m. to Oct. 31, 1912, 2,616- 1 M. gal. at 15c; meter, $33 425 41 

St. John Savings Bank ($2,389.15) — 

American Bank Protection Co.: electrical burglar alarm system, installed as per agree- 
ment, $1,672.90; freight, &c, $73.46 1,746 36 

Gibbon, J. S. & Co.: coal, 5 t. at $7.50, 32-8 t. at $7.25 275 30 

St. John Citv: water rates, 11 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 120-7 M. gal. at 25c; meter, $2.31 32 45 

St. John Railway Co.: gas, 12m. to Feb. 1, 1913, 58-2 M. cu. ft., $102.39; meter, $1.20. .. . 103 59 

Small payments: coal, 5-23 t. at $4; constructing heavy grill door, &c, $25; constructing 
partition in vault, $20; decorating for 'Old Home' week, $25; electrical fixtures, 
$12.20; fence, $24; labour, 29 d. at 50c; repairing flag mast, $18; repairing furnace, 

$10.60; repairing windows, $16.88; sundry, $44.35 .-. 231 45 

St. Leonard Public Building ($56)— 

Cyr, L. M.: rent of office, 8 m. to Nov. 30, 1912, at $7 56 00 

St. Stephen Immigration Office ($185.34)— 

Chipman, John D.: rent of office, 9 m. to Nov. 30, 1912 112 50 

Johnson, D.: rent of office, 3 m. to Feb. 13, 1913 37 50 

St. Stephen Town: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913 12 84 

Small payments: coal, 3 t. at $7.50 22 50 

St. Stephen Public Building ($1,122.54) — 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913 at $45.83: S. Topping, 7 m., J. W. McLanghan, 2 m., lid.; 

Wm. Evans, 3 m 566 22 

Purves, W. C: coal, 24 t. at $7.50 180 00 

St. Croix Gas Light Co.: gas, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 197-8 M. cu. ft 301 92 

St. Stephen Town: water rates, Apr. -June, Oct. -Dec, 1912 32 00 

Small payments: laying hardwood floor, $15; wood, $7.50; sundry, $19.90 42 40 

Tra cadi e Lazaretto ($2,571.35) — 

Firemen: P. Arsenault, to Mar. 31, 1913, 6 m. at $40, 6 m. at $45; A. Arsenault, Oct. 10- 

Mar. 31, 1913, $192.25; B. Budeau, Apr.-May, 1913, 2 m. at $30 762 25 

Legere, Soeur L.: wood, 110 c at $4, 40 c at $3.50 580 00 

Stothart Mercantile Co.: coal, 98-375 t. at $9.25, 44-02 t. at $7.25 1,229 10 

West St. John Public Building ($205.44)— 

Care of clock, Chas. R. Clark: 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 48 75 

Colwell, C. E.: coal, 15-195 t. at $7.40 112 43 

St. John City: water rates, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 10 50 

Small payments: decorating for 'Old Home' week, $25; sundry, $8.76 33 76 

Woodstock Public Building ($1,744.14) — 

Caretaker, W. Hay, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50; care of clock, H. V. Dalling, 1 y. to 

Feb. 1, 1913, $75 _ 525 00 

Baird, Harry D.: 25-w. tungsten lamps, 61 at 85c; sundry electrical fixtures, $25.10. ... 76 95 

Burtt, H. E.: coal, 35 t. at $9 315 00 

Dibblee, W. F. & Son: coal, 31-895 t. at $8 255 16 

Woodstock Electric Ry., L. & P. Co.: electric lighting, Apr. 1, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 3,855-8 

k. w. at 10c; supplies, $5.35 390 93 

Woodstock Town: water rates, 1 y. to Nov. 1, 1912 34 00 

Woodstock Wood-working Co. : supplying and putting in place 2 nests of drawers with Yale 

locks 50 00 

Small payments: brass kick plates, $11.75; 4 chairs, $10;' wardrobe and mirror, $17.40; 

sundry, $57.95 97 10 

Buildings Maritime Provinces Generally ($773.11) — 

Bishop, Wm. , inspector of Public Buildings: travel, and outlay ! 408 53 

Waterbury, D. H., clerk of works: travel and outlay 290 13 

Small payments: typewriting bill, $45; telegraph tolls, $9.02; telephone tolls, $4.97; 

sundry, $8.75 ; 67 74 

Stationery 6 71 

Carried forward ,. 156, 132 20 



499 93 

24 00 

83 85 

180 91 

147 12 


144 16 


254 81 


28 80 

540 68 

32 26 



V— 142 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1918 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 156, 132 20 

Acton Vale Public Building ($1,079.97)— 

Caretakers at $41.66: J. B. Carter, Apr., 1912; F. X. Beauregard, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1913. . 

Acton Vale Water Works Co.: water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1913 

Blondin, A. & Co.: repairing radiator, &c, as per tender, $65; sundry $18.85 

Guertin Pierre: lighting, 13 m. to May. 1st, 1913, 1,741-5 k.w. at 10c; supplies, $6.76 

Mongeau, V. J.: coal, 15-77 t. at $9.25; sundry, $1.25 , 

Small payments: labour, $7.35; painting, &c, $12; 19 trees, $19; 25-w. tungstens lamps, 

100 at 42c; wood, 7 cords, $14.50; sundry, $49.31 

Arthabaska Public Building ($856.55)— 

Caretaker, E. O. Belleau: 7 m., 20 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 

Arthabaska Water and Power Co.: electric current, Aug. 31-Dec 31, 1912, 20 lamps at 

36c per m 

Ouellet, J. B.: coal, 52-75 t. at $10.25 

Small payments: sundry 

Asbestos Public Building ($52.50)— 

The Asbestos Co.: rent of post office, 6 m. to Oct. 5, 1912 52 50 

Aylmer Public Building ($1,578.26)— 

Caretakers: D. J. Bourgeau, April 1-June 4, 1912, 65 d. at $1.50; L. Chartier, services, 

10 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $8.33, outlay, $79.63 260 43 

Aylmer Coal and Supply Co.: coal, 5-855 1. at $7.75, 30-77 t. at $7.50; wood, 10 c at $4. . . . 316 12 

Aylmer Town: water rates, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 47 25 

Beaudry, Telesphore: labour, 170 h. at 25c; sundry paint, &c, $50.25 :••;•• 92 75 

Beaupre, P. C. : hardwood flooring, 1,000 ft. at lie; building cupboard, $25; building 

partition, $8; door frame, $12; picture moulding, 680 ft. at 5c ; plastering, 36 yd. at 60c; 

truss beam, 12 ft. at 80c; sundry, $18.80 239 00 

Emond, V. A. & Son, f-in. mechanical filter 100 00 

Hull Electric Co.; electric lighting, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $16.66; supplies, $11.40 227 98 

Therien, Hercule: burlap, 72 yd. at 60c; moulding 389 ft. at 5c; papering parlor and 

den, $46 108 65 

Small payments: lawn mower, $9; lawn sprinkler, $9; plumbing, $28.80; rubber hose, 50 

ft., $10; taking off double windows, &c, $26.74; tinned wire, $12; tungstens, ldoz., $9; 

sundry electrical fixtures, $16.35; wood, 2\ c at $6.50; sundry, $48.94 186 08 

Beauharnois Public Building ($967.45)— 

Leduc, J. L.: rent of post office, 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 

Leduc & Fortin: interior fittings 

Rubenstein Bros.: 2 brass grills, $44; 10 drawer fronts with wood drawers, $37.50; 3 

engraved plates, $25.50; 2 indoor receivers, $16.75; out-door receiver, $25.50; post 

office box fronts with pigeon holes, 115, $221.50; sundry, $12.16 

Small payments: bag rack, $35; sundry, 74c 

Berthierville Public Building ($459.61)— 

Caretakers: J. N. Plante, Apr. 1912, 20 d., $4.17; J. A. Rocray, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

at $6 . 25 

Berthier Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913 

Lamarche.F. 0.:coal, -5 1. at $9, 17 1. at $8.75; wood, 2\ c at $7, 5| c at $5, 2 c at $4.50; 

sundry, $6 

St. Maurice Light and Power Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 20, 1913, 782 k.w 

Small payments: labour, $16.90; 25-w tungsten lamps, 25 at 42c; sundry, $39.75 

Black Lake Post Office ($112.50)— 

Carrier, Ovide: rent of building, 9 m. to Dec. 23, 1912 

Buckingham Public Building ($626.76)— 

Caretaker, T. F. Blisson: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $10; outlay, wood, 15 c, $62.50 

Buckingham Town: water rates, Oct. 1, 1911-April 1, 1913 

Emond, V. A. & Son: |-in. mechanical filter. . # 

MacLaren, Albert Electric Light Co.; electric lighting, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, 36 lamps. . 

The Traders Co.: coal, 23-745 t. at $7.75 

Small payments: oiling floors, painting verandahs, &c, $28.85; sundry, $12.59. . -. 

Cap Rouge Experimental Farm ($7.55) — 

Pruneau, A. R.: coal, -5t. at $12; sundry $1.55 7 55 

Chicoutimi Public Building ($2,587.93)— 

Caretaker, G. A. Blais: to Mar. 31, 1913, 8 m. at $40, 4 m. at $45.83; care of clock, Wm. 

Gauthier, 1 yr. to Nov. 1, 1912, $50 553 32 

Beaulieu, Adolphe: repairing window sills, as per agreement 50 00 

Chicoutimi Electric and Water Co.; electric lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, 5,265-3 k.w. 

at 10c; meter, $2.25; water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $300 828 78 

Cote, Boivin & Son: coal, 40 t. at $9; sundry, $5.91 365 91 

Emond, V. A. & Son: f-in. mechanical filter 100 00 

Fortier, Eugene N.: Fabour, 8 d. at $3; 4 lettered dials, $14; plate glass, 2 pes. at $20; 

window glass, 24 panes, $39.42, putting in glass, $15; sundry, $22 154 42 

Morin, Toussant: cleaning, repairing and kalsomining as per contract 300 00 

Saguenay-Quebec Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, 9 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, house, $15, office, 

" $22.50; extra box, 5 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, $6.25 43 75 



112 50 
436 30 


382 91 
35 74 


72 92 
33 25 


213 25 
73 04 
67 15 


112 50 


182 50 
55 80 

100 00 
63 00 

184 02 
41 44 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ eta. 

Brought forward 164,269 63 

Chicoutimi Public Building— Concluded. 

Small payments: hardware, $18.19; repairing clock dial, $25; 25-w. tungsten lamps, 100 at 

42c; wood, 8 c. at $6; sundry, $58.56 191 75 

Coaticook Public Building ($1,152.10)— 

Caretaker, I. Baldwin: to Mar. 31, 1913, 4 m. at $37.50, 8 m. at $41. 66 483 28 

Coaticook Town: electric light (flat-rate), 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, $236.06; supplies, $3.63. . 239 69 

Coaticook Water Co.: water rates, 1 yr. to Sept. 1, 1912 50 00 

Webster, W. C. & Son: coal, 39 t. at $7.40 288 60 

Small payments: chairs, 4 at $2.50, 1 tilter, $9; labour, $18; soap, $7.75; sundry, $45.78 90 53 

Cookshire Public Building ($2,201.52)— 

Caretaker, S. Wright: to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $33. 33 399 96 

Cookshire Town: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913. 20 00 

Cromwell, Ayton: building cement sidewalk, repairing drains, painting roof and wood- 
work, &c, as per tender, $1,300; sundry repairs, $36.80 1,336 80 

Planche, E. J. & Co.: coal, 23-667 t. at $8.50 201 15 

Westbury Electric L. & P. Co.: electric lighting, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 1,505 1 k.w. at 

10c 150 51 

Small payments: 6 awnings, $28; grates and shaker, $11.50; repairing radiator, $10.50; 

tungsten lamps, 2 at $1 .25, 8 at 75c; wood, 1\ c at $4; sundry, $4.60 93 10 

Drummondville Public Building ($1,339.73)— 

Caretakers, at $33.33 per m.: A. Pare, 4 m. to Aug. 1, 1912,; O. H. Bernard, 8 m. to Mar. 

31 1913. 399 96 

Archambauit, Ephrem: coal, 20-135 t. at $8.50. ..'...'. ......'..'.'....'.'... 171 15 

Drummondville Town: electric lighting (fiat rate), 1 yr. to July 1, 1913, $114; water, 6 m. 

to Jan. 1, 1913, $10.45..... 124 45 

Gauthier Bros. & Co.: repairing doors, chairs, window, &c, labour, $26, material, $20.50; 

wood, 18 c. at $3 > . < . 100 50 

Seguin, J. A. R.: metal ceilings, as per contract, $136; plumbing, $51; repairing electrie 

clocks, labour, $28 .80, material, $14.25; steel fencing, as per contract, $200 430 05 

Small payments, ash sifter, $6.50; 3 bracket lamps, $6.75; coal, 2.05 1. at $8; 25-w. tungsten 

lamps, 50 at 42c; sundry, $62.97 113 62 

Dundee Custom House ($118.45) — 

Matthews, Allen S.: coal, 12 t. at $7 84 00 

Small payments: 25-w. tungsten lamps, 25 at 42c; wood 5 c at $2.50; sundry, $11.45 34 45 

Farnham Public Building ($1,709.96)— 

Caretakers: J. Belanger, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25; W. F. Choquette, Nov. 25, 1895- 

Jan. 31, 1906, at $100 per annum, $1,018.33 1,318 33 

Comeau, A.B. & Co.: coal, 15 t. at $7.75 116 25 

Farnham Town: electric light, 10 m. to Dec. 1, 1912, 732-6 k.w. at 10c; meter, $2.50; 

water rates, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $25 100 76 

Small payments: chair, $7.75; hardware, $8.84; labour, 20 h. at 35c; repairing furnace, &c, 

as per tender, $35; 2 stools, $11.75; 25-w. tungsten lamps, 50 at 42c; wood, 12 c at 

$3, 4 at $2.25; sundry, $38.28 174 62 

Fraserville Public Building ($1,278.98)— 

Caretaker, E. Dube; 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33. 33 399 96 

Boulanger, Arthur: coal, 30-385 t. at $8.75 265 87 

Fraserville City: electric lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, 1,117-6 k.w., $102.08; meter, 

$2.25; supplies, $16.77; water, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $200 321 10 

Laforest. J. E.: labour, 160 h. at 30c; solder, 45 lb. at 35c; sundry, $5.90 69 65 

Pineau, J. E.: wood, 7c at $7, 8 c at $5; sundry, $13.40 102 40 

Rubenstein, M.: 25 w. tungsten lamps, 100, $57; sundry, $1 . 70 58 70 

Small payments: labour, 26 h. at 50c; painting fence, $11 . 10; wood, 15 c at $2; sundry, $7.20 61 30 

Granby Public Building ($1,141.48)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Bourgeois: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Granby Village: electric lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 2, 1913, 1,574 k.w. at 8-1 c; meter, $7.20; 

water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1913, $150 284 71 

Phoenix & Vandal: coal, 35 t. at $7.25; sundry, $11.31 265 06 

Topp, Wm. & Co.: asbestos, $7; furnace pipe, $10; sand and gravel roofing, 10 squares at 

$5; sundry, $18.30 85 30 

Small payments: clock, $15; labour, 45 h. at 30c; office tilter, $10; repairing clock, $10; 

repairing pipes, labour, $35, material, $10; table, $18; wood, 6 c at $2.50; sundry, 

$79 . 91 206 41 

Hull Public Building ($1,940.84)— 

Caretaker, T.J. Madore: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $12. 50 150 00 

Emond, V. A. & Son: 1-in. mechanical filter, 155 00 

Hull City: street sprinkling, 1912, $19.35; taxes, May 1, 1912, to Apr. 3, 1913, $271.22. ... 290 57 

Hull Coal Co.: coal, 40 t. at $7.40 296 00 

Ottawa Electric Co: electric lighting, Mar. 7, 1912, to Mar. 18, 1913, 6,072 k.w. at 7 -2c; 

meter, $1 438 27 

Taylor, J. & J.: safe as per order, $540; freight, $15 555 00 

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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 175,288 34' 

Hull Public Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: carting safe, $25; check spring, $8; labour, $6; wood, 4c. at $2.50: sundry, 

$7 56 00 

Iberville Public Building ($675.88)— 

Caretaker, A. Courtois: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at £40 480 00 

Donaghy, John: coal, 12-265 t, at $6.35 77 88 

Emond, V. A. & Son: f in. mechanical filter 100 00 

Iberville Village: water rates, 1 yr. to Feb. 1, 1913 12 00 

Thuot & Thuot: 1 cord wood 6 00 

Isle Verte Engineer's Office ($84)— 

Bertrand, B. H.: rent of office, 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913 84 00 

Joliette Public Building ($1,259.98) — 

Caretaker, A. Ratcl: to Mar. 31, 1913, 10 m. at $33.33, 2 m. at $41.68 416 62 

Carrier, Georges: coal, 24-51 t. at $6.65 163 00 

Dostaler, D. A.: desk, $35; labour, 130 h., $58.50; sundry, $34.33 127 83 

Goulet, J. A.: 7 chairs, $41; desk, $42; 2 stools, $12; sundry, $3.20 98 20 

Joliette Town: electric lighting (flat rate), 7 m. to Nov. 1, 1912, at $11.10; water, 1 yr. 

to Nov. 1, 1912, $108 185 70 

Trudeau, A. & Co.: rug, -$15; tarpaulin, 55^ yd. at 60c: sundry, $7.28 55 58 

Small payments: carpet, 34 yd. at $1; removing waste, 18 1. at 40c; taking off and 

putting on windows, 54 a^40c; travel, F. O. Hamel, $19; waste paper baskets, 4 at $5; 

wood, 12 c at $3.50; sundry, $69.25 213 05 

Knowlton Public Building ($576.42)— 

Caretakers, at $12.50 per m.: F. A. Knowlton, Apr., 1912; J. H. Pibus, May-March, 1913 150 00 

Brome Lake Electric Power Co.: electric lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, 1,130 k.w. at 

10c; meter, $2.25 115 25 

Knowlton Village: water rates, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913 21 00 

Pibus, L. H.: coal, 23-81 t. at $8; sundry, $6.74 197 22 

Small payments: tungsten lamps, 27 at 75c; wood, 8 c. at $2.35, 2 c at $2.25, 10-2 c at 

$2; sundry, $28.40 ; 92 95 

Lachine Public Building ($741.24)— 

Caretaker, O. P. Robert: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $8. 33 •. 99 96 

Aquin, M. J.: labour, 13 h. at 45c, 60§ h. at 40c: rebuilding fence, as per tender, $34; 

sundry, $20.45 84 50 

Lachine Town: electric lighting, 12 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, 2,297 k.w., $217.04; meter, $1.30; 

water rates, 1 yr. to June 30, 1913, $52.40 270 74 

Martin & Co.: coal, 16.415 t. at $7.25; wood, 6 c at $7.50: sundry, $12 176 01 

Small payments: galv. pipe, $9; labour, $29.70; plumbing, $18.30; sundry, $53.03 110 03 

Lachute Public Building ($1,263.80)— 

Caretaker, D. Joss: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Campbell, J. D.: coal, 35 cwt. at 60c, 172-4 cwt. at 50c, 193.16 cwt. at 40c 184 47 

Charlebois, E.: building hardwood counter with drawers, shelves, &c, 19 ft. at $3; 

sundry, $5 62 00 

Lachute Electric Light System: electric light (flat rate), to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $37.33 447 96 

Lachute Town: water rates, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1912 37 00 

Lafleur, O. B., & Son: 2 chairs, $12.50; desk. $27.50; table, $10; sundry, 50c 50 50 

Small payments: clock, $15; 1 set of grills, $11.50; wood, 4 c at $2.75, 6 c at $1.30, 6 c 

at $1 .25: sundry, $29.11 81 91 

Laprairie Public Building ($510.12) — 

Caretaker, Jos. Brisson: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $12.50 150 00 

Beaulieu, Alfred: labour, 8 h. at 50c, 31 h. at 40c; oil, 169 gal. at 20c; wood, 2 c at $8; 

sundry, $64.29 130 49 

Brossard, Emery: coal, 20.64 t. at $8 165 12 

Demers, A. A.: water rates, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1913 45 00 

Demers & McGee: coal, 2-365 t. at $8.25. 19 51 

L' Assomption Public Building ($1 ,504 . 28)— 

Caretaker, A. Martel: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 : 300 00 

Bedard , T. : constructing cement pavement , 1 ,089 ft. at 30c 326 70 

Courtois, Chas.: coal, 20-247 t. at $8. 15 :•••-.•• 165 00 

L' Assomption Town: water rates, 2 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913, $130; construction of drain pipe 

as per agreement, $177.50 307 50 

Laval Electric Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 1,177 k.w 119 31 

Rho, Chas.: cleaning, painting, &c, as per agreement, $137; repairing and painting fence, 

$17.05; sundry, $53.30 207 35 

Small payments: chairs, 3 at $2.75; 25-w. tungsten lamps, 50 at 42c; wood, 5 c at $5; 

sundry, $24. 17 78 42 

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Brought forward 181, 960 06 

Levis Public Building ($2,161.52)— 

Caretaker, C. Larnontagne, to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $35.41; care of clock, A. Lemieux, 

1 yr. to Jan. 15, 1913, $50 474 92 

Bissonnette, T. & Frere: labour, $13.50; 2 sets of grills, $32; sundry, $17.90 63 40 

Fournier, J. T.: coal, 61-5 t. at $7.90 485 85 

Levis Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Anr. 30, 1913 250 00 

Paquet, Jos. A.: coal, 7 t. at $9, 1-075 t. at $8 71 60 

Paquet & Jean: sundry supplies 59 71 

Quebec Railway, L. H. & P. Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 4,459-7 k.w. 

at 12c. ; meter, $3 . 25 538 43 

Robitaille, P.: wood, 24 c. at $3.50, 2 c. at $3.25, 2 c. at $3, 2 c. at $2.50 101 50 

Small payments: labour, 60 h. at 35c; removing ashes, 24 1. at 50c; removing snow, 

$16; telephone service, 1 yr. to Mar. 1, 1913, $35; sundry, $32.11 116 11 

Little River Immigration Hospital ($600) — 

Jack, John: rent of Dr. J. D. Page's house, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1913 .' 600 00 

Longueuil Public Building ($691.12) — 

Caretaker, E. H. Lamarre: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 .> 300 00 

Denicourt, C. F.: coal, 25 t. at $7 175 00 

Longueuil Town: water rates and taxes, 1 yr. to May 1, 1913 52 30 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric lighting, 1 yr. to Mar. 3, 1913, 1,316 k.w. at 7c; meter, 

$1 .65 93 77 

Small payments: 25-w tungsten lamps, 50 at 42c; wood, 2 c. at $6; sundry, $37.05 70 05 

Magog Public Building ($1,128.10) — 

Caretaker, N. Lacasse: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Hamel & Leduc: radiator as per contract, $60; sundry, $21 .65 81 65 

Magog Town: electric lighting (flat rate), 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, at $16.66; water rates, 

1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, $78.56 228 50 

Mullins, T. B.: coal, 33-39 t. at $7.20; wood, 6 c at $2.50, 6 c at $1.75 265 93 

Small payments: advertising, $4.30; dustbane, $13.50; fire grate, $6.50; labour, 34 h. 

at 50c; 25-w tungsten lamps, 50 at 42c; varnish, 7 gal. at $3.50; sundry, $65.26 152 06 

Marieville Public Building ($332.98)— 

Caretaker, P. Prairie, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 100 00 

Poulin, W. E.: coal, 6 t. at $7.50, 24-17 t. at $7.25 220 23 

Small payments: wood, 2 c at $5.50; sundry, $1.75 12 75 

Matane Public Building ($150) — 

Marquis, J. A. : safe, as per order 150 00 

Megantic Public Building ($916.08)— 

Caretaker, S. Brousseau: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Evans, A. H.; coal, 1-25 t. at $9.50, 21-375 t. at $9 204 26 

Megantic Village: electric lighting, 7- m. to Apr. 1, 1913, 1,805 k.w. at 10-8c; meter, $1.75; 

water rates, 4 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, $6 ■ 202 75 

Small payments: ash sifter, $7.25; grill, $12.60; wood, $31; sundry, $58.26 109 11 

Montmagny Engineer's Office ($374.55) — 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone office, 21 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, $35, residence, 2 yr. 

to Dec. 31, 1913, $30 65 00 

Cote, Amedee: clock , 24 00 

Dietzen, Eugene, Co. : 3 sections, top and base 86 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 6 'Shannon' sections at $16.50; 'storage' bases, 3 at $21; 

'storage' sections, 3 at $6.25; tops, 3 at $4.25; freight, $6.05 199 55 

Montmagny Public Building ($1, 161 . 12) — 

Caretakers, at $33.33: C. Normand, 7 m. to Nov. 1, 1912, H. Courteau, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 

1913 533 28 

Basin Electric L. & ' P. Co.: electric lighting," 12 m.' to ^ Mar.'3L 1913, 1,604-2 k.w. at 

10c; meter, $3 ! 163 42 

Boulanger, E. & Son: coal, 20 t. at $11, 1-05 t. at $10 230 50 

Dube, Maxime: sundry supplies 50 26 

Montmagny Town: water rates, 12 m. to May 15, 1913 '50 00 

Small payments: door, $8; labour, 3| d. at $2.50; 25-w tungsten lamps, 50 at 42c; wood, 

3 c at $6.50, 4 c at $5.50, 5 c. at $3; sundry, $39.41 133 66 

Montreal Bonaventure Ry. Station ($383.10)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: trucks, style XXX, 6 at $60; freight, $23.10 383 10 

Montreal Clerk of Works Office ($354.95)— 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, Apr.-Sept., Jan.-Mar., 1913, office No. 3019, $42.75, 

house, No. 3645, $26.25; messages, $15.25 84 25 

Merchants' Bank of Canada: rent of office, 1 yr. to Jan. 31, 1913 250 00 

Small payments: sundry 20 70 

Montreal Custom House ($11,341.28)— 

Caretaker, C. Daudelin, to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $39.50, 11 m. at $41.66; care of clock, 

W. A. Wood, May 1, 1911-Apr. 30, 1912, $80 577 76 

Carpenters: F. X. Bernier, to Mar. 31, 1913,1 m. at $50, 11 m. at $55; C. Girard, to Mar. 

31, 1913, 1 m. at $50, 11 m. at $55 1,310 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 192, 101 24 

Montreal Custom House — Continued. 

Cleaners, to Mar. 31, 1913: A. Clermont, 4 m. at $50; A. Cousineau, 11| m. at $50; A. 

Langlois, 1 m., $50 825 00 

Electrician, G. Flanaghan: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65 780 00 

Firemen: B. Lajeunesse, to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $60, 11 m. at $65; J. Lynch, May, 1912, 

$27.50; Thos. McMahon, to Mar. 31, 1913, 4 m. 13 d. at $65 1,090 66 

Plumber, A. Tremblay: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Painters, 241| d. at $2.70 652 45 

• Bedard, N. A. & Co.: window blinds, $72; sundry, $10 82 00 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone No. 4098, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 26 25 

Canada Paint Co.: roof paint, 10 gal. at $1.65, 10 gal. at $1.20; white lead, $15.90; sundry 

$39.08 83 48 

Charette & Frere: asbestos cement, 4 bags at $1.50; duck, 62 yd. at 35c; labour, 50 h. 

at 65c 60 20 

Daudelin, C: cleaning outside of building 50 00 

Daoust & Co.: building chimney top, repairing ventilation, &c, as per contract 131 00 

Elie, Jos.: coal, 21-63 t. at $3.65; short paid 30c 78 65 

La-Lo Mfg. Co.: 'La-Lo' spray, 50 gal. at $2 100 00 

Lamarre, W. & Co.: coal, 4-815 t. at $7.50, 9-2 at $7. 25 102 80 

Lemire, E.: coal, 61-96 t. at $4.85 300 54 

Lessard, T. & Sons: enamelled sink, $20; fitting up 'Broender' automatic cellar drawer 

$65; labour, 42 h. at 60c, 10 h. at 20c; sundry, $23.89 136 09 

LeTourneux, Son & Co.: extension ladder, $8.96; gas generator, $7.80; grate bars, 817 lb. 
at 4c; kalsomining brushes, 2 at $5.30, 2 at $4.80; paint, $6; repairing brick work, 
$19; side plates for boiler, $15; trussel extension, 2 pr., $26.40; white lead, $11.93; 

sundry $94.28 242 25 

Merchants Coal Co.: coal, 150-585 t. at $7.25 1,091 75 

Montreal City: hand hose permit, 1 y. to May 1, 1913, $2; water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 

1913, $504.40 506 40 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, Dec. 30, 1911-June 29, 1912, July 31-Oct. 31, Nov. 
30-Jan.31, 18,827'k. w. at 6c; meter, $3.75; gas, 1 y. to Dec 31, 1912, 266-8 M. cu. ft., 

$262.55; meter, $6 1,401 92 

Richardson, Romuald: coal, 10 t. at $7.50 75 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: 4 brass grills ' 80 00 

Valiquette, N. G.: double typewriter desk 50 00 

West Disinfecting Co.: euchrelyptum, 64 gal. at $1 .75 -. 112 00 

White, W. J. C: casting and machining new set of grate bars for boiler, 1,350 lb. at 

4c; repairs to dampers, &c, labour 52 h. at 50c, 26 h. at 35c, materials, $4.96. .. . 94 06 

Wilders, Ltd.: arm chair, $11.25; t. w. chair, $9; f. t. g. o. desk, $45; t. w. desk, $50; 

filing cabinet, $60; 3 sections and top, $20; stool, $7.50 202 75 

Small payments: 'Blount' door spring, $7; chair, $7; cotton, 20 yd. at 55c; desk, $15; 
electrical supplies, $10; 12 in. fan motor, $14.97; gas water heater, $6.50; hardware, 
$20.50; liquid soap, \ brl., $19.50; oak table, $22.50; painting, &c, $25; rubber. 
19 lb., $12.67; tarpaulin, 33 yd. at $1.15; toilet paper, $10.50; waste (cotton), 366 lb. 

at 12§c; 2 wickets with brass mesh, $30; sundry $82.43 378 27 

Montreal Canal Customs ($56.87)— 

Montreal City: water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1913 ; 3 88 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric lighting, 1 y. to Nov. 30, 1912, 504 k. w. at 6c; meter, 

$1.80 32 04 

Small payments: coal, 1 t., $8; wood, $11.75; sundry, $1.20 20 95 

Montreal Customs Express ($3,768.98)— 

Fireman, Jas. Quinn, to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $60, 11 m. at $70; night watchman, J. 

Findlay, Jan 1-Mar. 17, 1913, at $60 982 90 

Charette & Frere: repairing roof, labour, 65 h. at 65c, tar, 1,500 lb. at 2c, sundry, $15 87 25 

Labrecque& Co.: coal, 99-615 t. at $7.50; wood, $3 750 16 

Lamarre, W. & Co.: coal, 8-985 t. at $7.50; wood, 2\ cords, $15.50 82 89 

Montreal City: hand hose permit, 1 y. to May 1, 1913, $2; water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 

1913, $246.38 248 38 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric lighting, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 20,577 k. w. at 6c; 
(short paid, $1); meter, $1.95; gas, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1912, 17-2 M. cu. ft., $16.72, meter, 

80c 1,253 09 

O'Connell. Thos.: cleaning snow from roof, 58§ h. at 40c; repairing water pipes, 70 h. 

at 60c; 6-in. soil pipe, 30 ft. at 50c; sundry, $25.33 105 73 

White, W. C: making and fitting blower from main steam pipe, 96 h. at 50c, 48 h. at 

35c; repairing ash buckets, $16.20; sundry, $23.93 104 93 

Small payments: coal, 2 t. at $7.75, 6 at $7.50; 21 holophane shades, $10.17; 1 doz. 

lamp guards, $5.20; labour, 21 h. at 70c; sundry $63.08 153 65 

Montreal Engineer's Office ($1,771.53)— 

Beardmore & Co.: rent of office, Jan.-Feb., 1913 133 34 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, No. 1518, Apr .-Mar., $35, No. 4126, Apr .-Sept., 

Jan.-Mar., $51 .39, No. 5540, Oct. 16-Mar. 31, $16.05 102 44 

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Brought forward 205, 616 49 

Montreal Engineer's Office— Concluded. 

Merchants Bank of Canada: rent of office, 1 y. to Jan. 31, 1913 1,209 00 

Montreal City: water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1913 41 00 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co.: oak desk, $40; double pedestal typewriter desk, $45 85 00 

Wilders' Ltd.: chairs, 3 rotary, $35.50, 4 office, $12; desks, 2 r. t., $75 and $30, 1 f. t., 

$22.50; 2 stools, $5.75; table, $6.50 ■ 187 25 

Small payments: window draping 22 50 

Montreal Examining Warehouse ($23,320.47)— 

Caretaker, M. Boyer, to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $65, 11 m. at $70; carpenters, to Mar. 31, 

1913, A. Poirier, 1 m. at $60, 11 m. at $65, H. Valiquette, 1 m. at $65, 11 m. at $70; 

cleaners, to Mar. 31, 1913, J. Brunet, 2 m. at $55, J. B. Desjardins, 1 m. at $50, 11 m. 

at $55, Jos. Larocque, 1 m. at $50, 11 m. at $55, S. Lanctot, 1 m. at $50, 11 m. at 

$55, U. Paquette, 1 m. at $50, 11 m. at $55 5, 175 00 

Electrician, A. Nuttall, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65; firemen, to Mar. 31, 1913, Jos. 

Forgues, 1 m. at $60, 11 m. at $65, A. Tremblay, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $60 2,270 00 

Elevator attendants, to Mar. 31, 1913 : A. Barrette, 12 m. at $60; A. Drouin, 1 m. at 

$55, 11 m. at $60; A. Lesieur, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $60; H. Marchand, 1 m. at $55, 

11 m. at $60; S. McGarry, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $60; Jas. Neville, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. 

at $60; P. Prudhomme, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $60 5,010 00 

Painters, 24 d. at $2.70 64 80 

Bell Telephone Co.: No. 1560, 3 m. to June 30, 1912, $8.75; No. 2454, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, 

$55 63 75 

Constantin & O'Brien: repairing elevator, coal cart, &c, labour, 380| h. at 50c, 7 h. 

at 35c, 13 h. at 25c, steel, $12.15, wire rope, t60 ft. at 6c, sundry, $38.16 255 86 

Dominion Lubricating Oil Co.: boiler compound, 1, 184 lb. at 10c; 'Superior' compound, 

776 lb. at 10c; 'Laings' cleanser, 1 brl., $13.86; oil, 1 brl. dynamo, $18.23, 1 brl. 

engine, $21 249 09 

Eagle Oil Co.: boiler compound, 610 lb. at 12c 73 20 

Blie, Jos.: coal, 102-71 t. at $3. 65 374 88 

Hall, Geo., Coal Co.: coal, 220-07 t. at $4, 1-09 t. at $2.50 SS3 01 

La-Lo Mfg. Co.: 'La-Lo' spray, 50 gal. at $2; brass sprayer, $10 110 00 

Lessard, T. & Sons: repairing sink, boiler, &c, 'empire' fire bricks, 500 at 5c, labour, 

282 h. at 50c, 'rainbow' packing, 20 lb. at $1, sundry, $23.65 209 65 

LeTourneux, Son & Co.: leather belting, 36 ft., $34.56; toilet paper, $52.50; sundry, 

$69.99 157 05 

Mathieu, H. & Co.: lumber, 1,000 ft. at $35, 506 ft. at lljc, 500 ft. at 7 Jo., 365 ft. at 6c, 

400 ft. at 3c; sundry, $11 .40 175 99 

McColl Bros.: castor oil, 1 brl., $28; 'Globe' compound, 490 lb. at 15c 101 50 

Montreal City: hand-hose permit, 1 y. to May 1, 1912, $2; water rates, 1 y. to Jan. 25, 

1913, 141-68 M. cu ft. at $1.15, meter, $8; additional water (flat rate), 1 y. to May 1, 

1913, $946.72 1, 119 63 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric lighting, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 57,775 k. w. at 6c, 

meter, $8.40; power for elevator, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 14-8 h. p. at $40 per h. p. 

per an.; gas, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, 213-5 M. cu. ft. $206.78, meter, $11.90 4,433 55 

Montreal Wreckage & Construction Co.: concrete wall, fence, &c, as per tender, $1,028; 

laying new hardwood floor, as per tender, $230.45; putting up railing, &c, $40; sundry, 

$17.60 1,316 05 

O'Connell, T.: repairing radiators, &c, labour, 80 h. at 60c, material, $49.66 97 66 

Page, O.: cartage, 37 loads at $2 ■ 74 00 

Supplee Elevator Co.: repairing two bridges, installing steel hoisting chains, &c, labour, 

50| h., $27.50, steel chain, 85 ft., $18.94, sundry, $9.32 55 76 

Thibeault, Jos.: repairing steam radiators, &c, labour, 55 h. at 65c, material, $24.61. 60 36 

Tremblay, F. & Co.: plank, 625 ft. at $40, 2,705 ft. at $35; sundry $13.26 132 94 

Walker, Jas. Hardware Co.: sundry hardware 51 29 

West Disinfecting Co.: euchrelvtum, 64 gal 112 00 

White, W. C: castings, 1,013 lb. at 4c; labour, 80 h. at 50c; sundry $41.20 121 72 

Small payments: 'Acme' white cotton wipers, 140 at 12c; 'Alpine' white waste? 158 lb. 

at 12Jc; arm chairs, 4 at $6; belting, 30 ft., $28.80; brooms, $7.50; cleaning, 40 h. 

at 20c'; cylinder oil, 1 brl., $34.45; electrical supplies, $38.50; 100 fuses, $17.50; 

3flushometers,$38; 18 gaskets, $10.63; hardware, $38.78; machine oil, \ brl., $15.61; 

packing, 140 lb. at 10c; removing ashes, $33; repairing elevator, arc lamp, &c, 

$93.84; rubber boots, 5 pr., $18.55; wood, 2 cords, $12.50; sundry, $96.52 571 73 

Montreal Immigration Building ($4,204.59)— 

Labrecque, J. O. & Co.: coal, 58-85 t. at $7.50 441 38 

Lemire, E.: coal, 2-5 t. at $8.25, 4 t. at $7.75; wood, $6.40 57 95 

Montreal City: hand hose permit, 1 y. to May 1, 1913, $2; water rates, Jan. 13, 1912- 

Jan. 15, 1913, 111-44 M. cu. ft. at $1.15, meter, $4 134 15 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 4,848 k. w. at 6c, meter, 

$1.95; gas, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1912, 51-7 M. cu. ft., $50.31, meter, $2.80 345 94 

Rodier, Hon. C. S., Estate: rent of 306 St. Antoine St., Apr .-Feb., 1 m. at $208.37, 10 m. 

at $291.66; insurance, 1 y. to May 1, 1913, $41.20 3,166 17 

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4 GEORGE V., Ai 1914 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 234, 618 30 

Montreal Immigration Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: coal, 1 t., $9; dustbane, 2 brl., $17.50; euchrelyptum, 10 gal., $17.50; 

wood, 3 cords at $5 59 00 

Montreal Inland Revenue Office ($3,891.37) — 

Caretaker, M. O'Donnell, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $20; fireman, L. St. Jean, to Mar. 

31, 1913, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $60 935 00 

Painters, 40 d. at $2.70 108 00 

Canada Office Furniture Co.: 2 chairs, $10; cupboard, $20; table, $17; sundry, $5-50 52 50 

Canada Stove & Furniture Co.: cabinet, $5; chair, $10; r. t. desk, $40; wardrobe, $10.... 65 00 

Canadian Sand Blast Co.: sand blasting, as per tender, 10,626 sq. ft. at 15c 1,593 90 

Labrecque, J. O. & Co.: coal, 45-16 t. at $7.50 338 71 

Le Tourneux, Son & Co.: 2 extension ladders, $31.68; s 50 mantles, $11; 'Yale' lock, $7.20; 

sundry, $22 . 90 7 72 78 

Mathieu, H. & Co.: 16 doors, complete, $83; sundry, $1.50 84 50 

Montreal City: hand hose permit, 1 y. to May 1, 1913, $2; water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 

1913, $117.37 119 37 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: gas, Dec. 30-Sept. 30. 1912, 91-3 cu. ft., $89.85; meter, $2.30. . . 92 15 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: base, $5.50; freight, 87c; 4 sections, $62; top, $3.25 71 62 

Wilders, Ltd.: chair, $10; r. t. desk, $40 ' 50 00 

Small payments: cartage, $14; coal, 2-025 tons at $7.50; euchrelyptum, 20 gal., $35; hard- 
ware, $31.85; lumber, 1,005 b. f. at $45; new grate bars, 250 lb. at 7c; paint, &c, $34.39; 

repairing filter, $15.55; repairing pipes, cistern, &c, $21.25; thermometer, 18.25; 

wall paper, 59 rolls at 22c; sundry, $56.66. . .' 307 84 

Montreal Lymburner's Temporary Office ($985.48) — 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, No. 458, Apr.-Mar., $35, No. 7796, Apr-Dec, 

1912, $42.75, No. 8442, Aug.-Dec, 1912, $15.95; messages, $4.90 98 60 

Canada Stove & Furniture Co.: 5 chairs, $42; filing cabinet, $75; toilet cabinet, $9; table, 

$10; sundry, $4 140 00 

Seminaire St. Sulpice: rent of offices, No. 313, 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, at $356.40 per an., 

No. 407, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, at $370 per an 575 63 

Wilders, Ltd.: small rugs, 4 at $4; 2 large Axminster rugs, $35.50, $37.50 89 00 

Small payments: 12-in. fan motor, $14.97; steel cabinet, $30; sundry, $37.23 82 20 

Montreal Marine & Fisheries Office ($24.20)— 

Wilders, Ltd.: cork, 22 yd. at $1; sundry, $2.20 24 20 

Montreal Military Stores Building ($1,671.17)— 

Delorme, S. Estate: rent of building, 272-274 St. Paul St., 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 1,666 66 

Montreal City: water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1913 4 51 

Montreal General Post Office ($70,505.31)— 

Caretaker, I. Trudeau: to Mar. 31, 1913, 2 m. at $60, 10 m. at $95; allowance for living 

quarters, Apr.-May, 1912, $55 1, 125 00 

Care of clock, T. A.Grothe, 5 m. to July 1, 1911 25 00 

Carpenters, to Mar. 31, 1913: L. Bedard, 12 m. at $65; J. W. Corbeil, 147 d., $315.04; E. 
Hallee, 2 m. at $67.50; J. M. Labelle, 3 m. at $65; J. Trudeau, 3 m. at $65; A. Vallee, 
1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $65; F. Valin, 10 m. at $65 3,040 04 

Charwomen: A. Crochetiere, to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $23, 11 m. at $28; D. Royer, to 

Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $23, 11 m. at $28 662 00 

Cleaners, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: F. Aube, $346; A. Bastien, $164.51; E. Beaudette, $596; 
N. Bissonette, $296; L. Belanger, $530.63; E. W. Blisset, $26.66; P. Blisset, $250; 
W. J. Boots, $600; Jos. Brunet, $232.75; P. Cloutier, $303.23; A. Cunningham, $440; 
J. Davidson, $50; A. Deschesne, $200; F. D. Descary, $300; A. Gaignerie, $300; T. 
Gauthier, $655; P. Germain, $600; D. Hugues, $50; I. Jasmir, $563.71; F. Labelle, 
$215; J. Laplante, $596; C. Lauzon, $50; J. Lauzon, $600; V. Laverdure, $124.13; O. 
Ledoux, $218.33; M. Lorange, $530.63; P. Lucey, $50; H. Martin, $321.45; H. Mont- 
migny, $300; J. P. Murphy, $50; J. Ouimet, $50; W. Page $596; M. Pare, $596; L. 
Prudhomm*, $50; H. Provencher, $50; P. Roy, $655; C. Rochon, $596; H. St. Pierre, 
$50; E. Thompson, $50 12,253 03 

Electricians, to Mar. 31, 1913: G. Fauteux, 2 m. at $65; F. X. Lefevre, 1 m. at $65, 11 rn. 
at $70; P. Lucy, 2 m. 5 d., $153.39; O. Renaud, 1 m. at $65, 11 m. at $70; J. D. Thibault, 
12 m. at $70 2 , 793 39 

Elevatormen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: A. Archambault, $204.83; A. Bourassa, $715; L. 
Brault, $706.43; J. Cantin, $60; O. Chaput, $715; A. Daoust, $415; W. Filiatrault, 
$60; O. de Ladurantaye, $715; C. Prudhomme, $591.92; Oscar Renaud, $715; J. B.. 
Ritchot, $60; F. Rochon, $60; W. J. Tremblay, $660; S. Trudeau, $60; A. Trudeau, 
$715; C. Vadeboncoeur, $110; C. Varin, $655; M. Wickham, $695 7, 913 18 

Engineers: J. T. Murphy, 2 m. 7 d. to June 7, 1912, at $108.33; D. Brown, 9 m. 6-75 d. to Mar. 

31, 1913, at $108.33 1,241 36 

Fireman, Jos. Langevin, to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $60; painters, A. Hallee, 
Mar., 1913, $67.50, Jos. Renaud, to Mar. 31, 1913, 11 m. 28| d. at $80, sundry painting, 
75£ d. at $2.70, 47* d. at $2.40, 46§ d. at $1.50 2, 126 16 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 272, 428 63 

Montreal General Post Office — Concluded. 

Lobby-keepers, to Mar. 31, 1913: J. McClanaghan, 1 m. at $54, 2 m. at $60, 9 m. at $65; 
J. Murphy, 1 m. at $54, 6 m. at $60, 5 m. at $65; E. Richer, 9 m. at $60; G. Robert, 

1 m. at $54, 11 m. at $60 2,752 00 

Messengers, to Mar. 31, 1913: J. R. Barthe, 1 m. at $50, 11 m. at $55; J. C. Thibault, 1 m. 
- at $60, 11 m. at $65; watchmen, C. Berthiaume, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $65; J. Brunet, 

1 m. at $50, 10 m. at $55; J. Thompson, 8 m. at $65 3,320 00 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, .No. 496, Apr. 2-Dec. 1, 1912, $42.54; No. 504, 

Apr. 2-Mar. 31, 1913, $73.64; No. 535-42, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1912, $148.96; messages, $1.90 267 04 

Canada Paint Co.: English vermilion paint, 270 lb. at $1; varnish, 5 gal. at $2.90, 10 gal. 

at $1.55; sundry, $28.40 328 40 

Deschamps, David & Co.: sweeping powder, 500 lb., $15; toilet paper, $21; sundry, $18.96 54 96 

Desourdy, O. : three uniforms for attendants 69 00 

Dominion Lubricating Oil Co.: cylinder oil, 43 gal. at 45c; machine oil, 58^ gal. at 35c; 

disinfecting powder, 428 lb. at 7§c; liquid soap, 1,578 lb. at 6^c 174 51 

Dustwaxine Mfg. Co.: soap powder, 375 lb. at 6^c; sweeping powder, 3,500 lb. at 2 -8c. . . 122 38 

Electrical Equipment Co.: tungsten lamps, 40-w., 1, 220 at 35c, 60-w., 360 at 37c 560 20 

Engineering Equipment & Supply Co.: tungsten lamps, 60-w., 600 at 49c, 40-w., 915 at 

45c; sundry, $6.30 712 05 

India Alkali Works: Marblica, 500 lb at 5|c; White Star savogran, 465 lb. at 6|c 57 73 

Labrecque, J. O. & Co.: coal, 7 tons at $9.50, 4-03 tons at $9.75 105 70 

LeTourneux, Son & Co.: 22 brooms, $48.75; 18 dusters, $22.20; paint brushes, $7.25; 2 

doz. mops, $12; toilet paper, $126; sundry, $250.29 466 49 

Malo, Jos.: supplying ice, May-Sept., 1912 ' .- 201 10 

Meyer Bros.: 'Wyandotte' detergent, 4 brl 50 00* 

Montreal City: hand hose permit, 1 y. to May 1, 1913, $2; water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 

1913, $2, 684.96 2,686 96 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 289, 680 k. w. at 6c, meter, 
$11.70; power for elevators, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 70| h. p. at $40 per h. p. per an., 
15-1 h. p. at $40 per h. p. per an., balance due for power Nov. 1911, $34.50; gas, 1 y. 
to Dec. 31, 1913, 203-6 M. cu. ft., $197.21, meter, 80c; steam heating, Dec 31-May 
31, Sept. 1-Jan. 31, 1913, 64 M. lb. at 65c, 212 M. lb. at 55c, 7,568 M. lb. at 50c, meter, 

$36 25,883 16 

Nicolas, F. & Co.: 40-w. tungsten lamps, 230 at 45c 103 50 

Sapho Mfg. Co.: anti-dust, 3,400 lb. at 3c; sundry, $17.50 119 50 

Walker, Jas. Hardware Co.: dustbane, 1,000 lb. at 3c; 'Gillet's' lye, $5; rubber, $7.50; 

sundry, $26.45 68 95 

West Disinfecting Co.: euchrelyptum, 84 gal. at $1.75 147 00 

Supplies from stores: 4 f. 1. sorting cases at $54, 6 prel. 1. sorting cases at $45. 486 00 

Small payments: brooms, $13.80; cartage, $17; chamois skins, $20; coal, 1 ton at $9, 1 
ton at $8.75, 2-7 tons at $8, 7-505 tons at $7.75; cylinder oil, 46£ gal. at 65c; engine 
oil, 40£ gal. at 35c; hardware, $13.20; linseed oil soap, 472 lb. at 6£c; 'Old Dutch' 
cleanser, $14.70; oil tank, $6.50; repairing filter, $32.30; repairing lamps, $16.20; rent 
of office, Apr., 1912, $45; sheeting, 40? yd. at 20c; uniform caps, 12 at $3.50; white 

waste, 352 1b. at 12§c; sundry, $144.12 589 52 

Montreal Postal Sta. A. (Windsor Depot) ($222.13) — 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.: rent of office, 1 y. to Oct. 31, 1913 213 00 

Montreal City: snow cleaning tax 8 68 

Small payments: sundry 45 

Montreal Postal Sta. B ($3,588.83)— 

Caretaker, T. Drolet, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54.17 650 04 

Cleaner, A. Cunningham, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65 325 00 

Canada Stove & Furniture Co. : filing cabinet 277 50 

Le Tourneux, Son & Co.: toilet paper, $10.50; sundry, $51.86 62 36 

, Montreal City: hand hose permit, 12 m. to May 1, 1913, $2; water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 

1913, $406.41 408 41 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 15,132 k. w. at 6c, 34 k. w. 

at 10c', meter, $5.85; installing extra meter, $12.68; gas, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1913, 160-7 

M. cu. ft., $157.50, meter, $6.20 .' 1,093 55 

Robertson, F., Ltd.: coal, 48-3 tons at $7.75 374 33 

Sauve, A.: decorating building for reception for Hon. R. L. Borden 75 00 

Small payments: anti-dust, 600 lb. at 3c; coal, 1-12 tons at $8, 5 tons at $7.50; electrical 

supplies, $17.28; euchrelyptum, 10 gal. at $1.75; grate, $19.36; plumbing, $13.78; 

removing ashes, 31 loads at $1.50; slabs, $6.50; soap, $14.56; soap powder, $6.50; 

180 sockets, $29.06; sweeping compound, $7.50; sundry, $79.64 322 64 

Montreal Postal Station C. ($2,924.16)— 

Cleaner, N. Robillard: to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $55, 11 m. at $60 715 00 

Charette & Frere: repairing cement pavement, &c, labour, 96 h. at 65c, materials, $11.67; 

plumbing, &c, $11.65 85 72 

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V— 150 Al'blTOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 316, 366 46 

Montreal Postal Station C. — Concluded. 

Citizen's Gas Control Co.: rent of gas governor, 6 m. to Nov. 1, 1912 3 00 

Le Tourneux, Son & Co.: toilet paper, $17.50; sundry, $40.99 58 49 

Montreal City: 12 m. to May 1, 1912, hand hose permit, $2, water rates, $94.09 96 09 

Montreal L. H. & Co.: electric light, 13 m.t) Jan. 31, 1913, 13,473 k.w. at 6c, meter, $1.95; 

gas, Dec. 30, 1911-Sept. 30, 1912, 44-1 m cu. ft., $43.55, meter, $3 856 88 

Thibault, C. E.: rent of building, 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 1,000 00 

Small payments: anti-dust, $6: cartage, $18; coal, 1-015 t. at $7.50; euchreyptum, 20 

gal. at $1.75; sweeping powder, $7; wood, $6.50; sundry, $28.87 108 98 

Montreal Postal Station D. ($2, 142.12) — 

Caretaker, J. H. Roy: to Mar. 31, 1913, 5 m. at $41.66, 7 m. at $60 628 30 

Painters, 21-4 d. at 4-59, 150-5 at $2.70, 10 d. at $2.50, 22 d. at $1.50 560 66 

Labrecque, J. O. & Co.: coal, 24-325 t. at $7.50 182 46 

Montreal City: 1 yr. to May 1, 1913, hand hose permit, $2, water rates, $112.52 114 52 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 3,182 k.w. at 6c, meter, 

$1.95; gas, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1913, 3012 M. cu. ft., $29.89; meter 80c 223 56 

O'Connell, T. "Daisy" heater, $17; galv. pipe, $9.48; labour, 102| d. at 60c; sundry, $23.67. Ill 65 
Small payments: coal, 2-075 t. at $8.50, 1-86 t. at $7.50; euchrelyptum, 20 gal. at $1.75; 

lumber, $10.56; marble, $16.75; paint, &c, $45.48; repairing motor, $8.50; repairing 

roof, walls, &c $47.15; removing ashes, 12 1. at $1.50; sweeping compound, $7; 

sundry, $100.92 320 97 

Montreal Postal Station E. (S2,191.69) — 

Caretakers: M. A. Campeau, Apr.-May, 1912, $66.66; H. Paquette, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 

at $60 666 66 

Care of clock, T. A. Grothe, 1 yr. to Mar. 1, 1912, $50; cleaners, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

M. Labelle, $10, Miss Ste. Marie, $37.50 97 50 

Charette & Frere: repairing pipes, &c, labour, 47 h. at 65c, material, $30. 10 60 65 

Hall, Geo., Coal Co.: coal, 46-915 t. at $7.50 351 87 

Le Tourneaux, Son & Co.: toilet paper, S1/.50; sundry, $48.38 65 88 

Major, J. A. & Co.: covering roof, as per tend ■: 50 00 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 95-70 k.w. at 6c, meter, 

$1.95; gas, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912, 118-2 M. cu. ft., $115.26, meter $2 693 41 

Montreal W. & P. Co.: water rates, 6 m. to May 1, 1913 21 45 

Small payments: antidust, $12; coal, 2 1. at $8.75; euchrelyptum, 20 gal. at $1.75; |in. hose, 

75 ft., $10.13; liquid soap, 410 lb. at 6£c; toilet paper, $10.50; wood, 3c, $29.50; 

sundry, $42.98 184 27 

Montreal, Hochelaga Post Office ($1,215.99) — 

Caretaker: Jas. H. Brown, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $16.66 199 92 

Painters, 30-5 d. at $2.70, 2 d. at $2.40 87 15 

Charette & Frere: installing radiators, as per tender 175 00 

Hall, Geo. Coal Co.: coal, 2-26 t. at $7.75, 18-83 t. at $7.50 158 75 

Le Tourneux, Son & Co.: 3 door springs, $16.50; paint, 10 gal. at $2; sundry, $20.94 57 44 

Montreal City: 12 m. to May 1, 1913, hand hose permit, $2, water rates, $68.87 70 87 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 4,966-6 k.w. at 6c, meter, 

$1.95; gas, 1 yr. to Dec 31, 1913, 95-6 M. cu. ft., $94.36, meter, $2 396 31 

Small payments: dustolio, 5 gal., $9; windows, 6 at $4; wood, $10.50; sundry $27.05. . . 70 55 
Montreal, Ste. Cunegonde Post Office ($1752.03)— 

Montreal City: rent of building, 1 yr. to Dec 31, 1912. 1,750 00 

Munderloh & Co.: sundry 2 03 

Montreal, St. Henri Post Office ($1,585.26)— 

Cleaners, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: Mrs. Colborne, $270; Mrs. Gagnon, $36.80; Mrs. St. 

Amour, $32 . 20 339 00 

Painters, 33^ d. at $2.70 . . 90 45 

Daoust, Oscar & Co.: plumbing, labour, 82 h. at 50c, 2 radiators, $36.68, sundry material 

$6.34; repairing roof, labour, 72 h. at 50c, materials, $13.79 133 81 

Fortier, Chas.: 18 window shades, $52.68; sundry, $30.95 83 63 

Hall, Geo. Coal Co: coal, 31-5 t. at $7.50 ., 236 25 

Montreal L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, Dec 30, 1911-Aug. 30, 1912, 2,827 k.w. at 6c, 

meter, $1.80; gas, 12 m. to Nov. 15, 1912, 1-5 M. cu. ft., $1.34, meter, $3.60 176 36 

Montreal W. & P. Co.: water rates, May i-Nov. 1, Feb. 1-Mar. 1, 1912 33 03 

Sicily Asphaltum Paving Co.: laying asphalt pavement, as per tender, 74 sq. yd. at $2.97. 219 78 

Solomon & Spielmann: "Ferrodor" paint, 20 gal 52 60 

Ulley, J. J. & Co.: 11 extra heavy window screens 62 50 

Small payments: brass polish, 5 gal., $11.25; electrical supplies, $32.84; euchrelyptum, 

20 gal. at $1.75; gold leaves, $7.50; rotary stools, 2 at $7.50; sweeping pov/der, 500 bl., 

$14; 2 tables, $7; sundry, $35.26 157 85 

Montreal Public Buildings Generally ($433.10)— 

Deschamps, R. L. : travel and outlay 171 00 

Desjardins, C. : travel and outlay 10 65 

Lymburner, N. H., supt. of buildings: travel and outlay .» 119 86 

Renaud, J., foreman of painters, outlay 70 90 

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Dominion Bui^ngs: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 327, 749 40 

Montreal Public Buildings Generally — Concluded. 

Thibault, Miss A.: ti /el and outlay 12 10 

Small payments: cab hire, 15y h. at $1; steel cabinet, as per order, $30; sundry, $3.34... 48 59 

Nicolet Public Building ($980,12)— 

Caretaker, U. Papillon, 12 m.to Mar. 31, 1913 at $43.33 519 96 

Courteau, Julien: coal, 22-865 t. at $7.50; wood, 2 c. at $3.50; sundry $6.59 185 08 

Nicolet Electric Co.: electric lighting, 1 yr. to Mar. 19, 1913, 1,820 k.w., $147.23; meter, 

$12; supplies, $2.35 * 161 58 

Nicolet Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Nov. 1, 1912 70 50 

Small payments: door spring, $7; repairs, 35| h. at 40c; sundry, $21.80 43 00 

Nomining Public Building ($497.13)— 

Caretaker, V. Charbonneau: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Lamoureux, E.: wood, 51 c. at $3.50 178 50 

Small payments: oil 18 63 

Peribonka Public Building ($385.75)— 

Caretaker, E. Roy: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Cote, Elie: wood, 5 c. at $1.50, 53 c. at $1.40 81 70 

Small payments: sundry 4 05 

Pierreville Public Building ($522.09)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. S. G. Boucher: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1912, at $12.50 150 00 

Cote, J. & Co.: cleaning and painting ceiling, &c, as per tender, $114; painting double 

windows and doors, $7 121 00 

Laperrere & Son: coal, 12 t. at $8; sundry, $5.94 101 94 

Small payments: coal oil, 41£ gal. at 24c, 43 gal. at 20c; cylinder latches, 2 at $4; door 
check, $8; removing rubbish, 30 1. at $1.10; Waterbury clock, $16; wood, 8 cds., $22; 

sundry,$43.59 149 15 

Plessisville Public Building ($725.53)— 

Caretakers, at $10 per m.: Geo. Savoie, 7 m. to Nov. 1, 1912; J. O. Vallee, 5 m. to Mar. 

31, 1913 120 00 

Auger, Ferdinand: wood, 23 cds. at $3 *. . . 69 00 

Mathieu, Alfred: repairing pipes, painting doors, &c 52 87 

Plessisville Village: coal, 20 t. at $9.50; electric lighting, 10 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, $118.65; 

water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, $55.90 364 55 

Small payments: 'Daisy' boiler section, $22.30; hardware, $10.60; repairing combination 

of iron chest, $25; f in. rubber hose, 75 ft. at 10c, sundry, $51.71 117 11 

Quebec Citadel and Governor General's Quarters ($1,756.79) — 

Caretaker, M. Lewis: to Mar. 31, 1913, 365 d. at $1.50 547 50 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913 34 00 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 86-305 t. at $8.35, -95 t. at $9.25 729 43 

Collin, Jerome: wood, 6 c at $7, 2 c at $6; cutting wood, $8 62 00 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912, 3,224-1 k.w. at 10c; 
meter,$7.75; gas, Dec. 29-Jan. 29,1909,1-1 M.cu.ft. $1.32, May 21-Oct. 26, 1910, 

30-6 M cu. ft., $36.72, May 30-Dec 30, 1911, 2-8 M. cu. ft., $3.36 371 56 

Small payments: labour, 9 h. at $1.20; sundry, $1.50 12 30 

Quebec Culler's Office ($553.25)— 

Caretaker, J. O. Neil: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45 540 00 

Small payments: removing ashes, $12; sundry, $1.25 13 25 

Quebec Custom House ($2,354.35)— 

Caretaker, J. Mountain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45; charwoman, Mrs. Murphy, $20; 

elevator man, A. Martin, 1 m. 16 d., $78.57 638 57 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 178-25 t. at $7.95 1,417 08 

Collin, Jerome: wood , 6 c at $7, 6 c at $6 . 50, 2 c at $6; cutting wood, 14 c at $1 107 00 

Jobin, P. & Frere: labour, 90 h. at 35c; pine, 438 ft. at 5c; sundry, $7.45 60 85 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, (flat rate), Oct. -Dec, 1912, 16 cp. lamps, 

57 at $3 per lamp per an 42 75 

Small payments: chairs, 6 at $2; cleaning typewriter, $12.25; removing ashes, $21.60; 

toilet paper, $14; sundry, $28.25 88 10 

Quebec Engineer's Office ($246.25)— 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, to Mar. 31, 1913: office, No. 673, 12 m., $25, No. 

954, 12 m., $55; residence, No. 1,640, 15 m., $46.25 126 25 

Breen, Thos. : allowance for office rent, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, at $12 120 00 

Quebec Examining Warehouse ($3,899.72)— 

Engineer, D. P. Kennedy, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $75 900 00 

Fireman, J. G. McLaughlin, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 1-2 t. at $9, 74-78 t. at $7.95, 8-28 t. at $6. 10 655 81 

Collin, Jerome: wood, 8 c at $7, 2 c at $6.50, 25 c. at $6; cutting and piling wood, $41. . . 260 00 

Jobin & Frere: labour, 199 h. at 30c, 180 h. at 16c; sundry, $7.04 95 54 

Larose, Edouard: pointing building, 1,288 sq. yd. at 40c 515 20 

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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 328, 975 90 

Quebec Examining Warehouse — Continued. 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: Dec. 28, 1911-Dec. 30, 1912, electric light, (flat rate), 16 

c.p. lamps, 173 at $3 per 1. per an.; gas, 24-8 cu. ft. at $1; power, 5 h.p. at $35 per h.p. 

per an 718 83 

Small payments: removing snow, 82 h. at 20c. ; sundry, $17 . 94 34 34 

Quebec Gas Inspector's Office ($208.77)— 

Cleaner, Mrs. A. Bouchard, Aug.-Mar 127 50 

Quebec Ry. L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, Dec. 28, 1911, to Nov. 22, 1912, 426-5 k.w. 

at 10c, meter, $2.50; gas, Dec. 29, 1911-Dec. 30, 1912,30-1 M cu. ft. at $1.20 81 27 

Quebec Federal Minister's Office: Bell Telephone Co., rent of phone No. 353, 12 m. to Mar. 

' 31, 1913 56 00 

Quebec Immigration Buildings ($2,914.07)— 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 24-32 t. at $8.05, 5-53 t. at $6.35 230 85 

Collin, Jerome: wood, 20 c. at $8.50, 34 c. at $7, 3 c. at $6.50; cutting and piling wood, $41. 468 50 

Quebec Harbour Commission: water rates, Dec. 2, 1911-Dec. 27, 1912, 2,306-1 M gal. 

at 20c 461 25 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1912, electric light, 32-c.p. lamps, 13 for 3 

m. at $5 per 1. per an., 27 for 3 m. at $6 per 1. per an., 16-c.p. lamps, 41 for 3 m. at $2.50 

per 1. per an., 62 for 9 m. at $2.50 per 1. per an., 378 for 3 m. at $3 per 1. per an., 367 

for 9 m. at $3 per 1. per an.; 4 arc lights, 12 m. at $30 1,667 87 

Rousseau, N. E.: gas, June 1-Oct. 18, 512£ lb. at 12c 61 50 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $22.60; sundry, $1.50 24 10 

Quebec Immigration Hospital ($6,853.77)— 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 99-87 t. at $8.35, 17-22 t. at $6.75 950 14 

Collin, Jerome: wood, 6 c. at $6.50, 1 c. at $6; sundry, $14 59 00 

Quebec City: water rates, 4 y. to May 1, 1912, 22,832-8 M cu. ft. at 25c, less $200 paid 

on account, V— 136, 1911-12 5,508 19 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, Dec. 27, 1911-Dec. 30. 1912, 3,128 k.w. at 

10c; meter, $9; supplies, $14.64 336 44 

Quebec Inland Revenue Office, ($1,353.50)— 

Petrie, Alex.: sundry labour 3 50 

Richilieu and Ontario Navigation Co.: rent of offices at No. 46 Dalhousie St., 15 m. to 

Apr. 30, 1913 1,350 00 

Quebec Interior Department ($520.93)— 

Banque d'Hochelaga: rent of office, Feb. 1-Apr. 15, 1912 72 93 

*Bergei-on, J. S. & A. G. Verret: rent of office, at No. 103 Rue St. Jean, Apr. 15, 1911-Jan. 

31, 1912 356 25 

Small payments: chair, $7; clock, $10; t. w. desk, $30; labour, 3 d. at $4; rug, $30.75; 

sundry, $2 91 75 

Quebec Marine Office ($1,980.84)— 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 83-39 t. at $8.05 671 29 

Legare, P. T.: 2 desks, $39, $23.50; 2 chairs, $15.80; sundry, $6.25 84 55 

Quebec City: water rates, 13 m. to Apr. 30, 1913 875 00 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: 5 "Shannon" sections with top and base 114 75 

Valliere, Edouard: cabinet, $8.50; 6 chairs, $51; desks, 2 oak, $80, 1 t. w., $44; rent 

of furniture, $25; sundry, $2.75 211 25 

Small payments: desk 24 00 

Quebec Observatory ($665. 69)— 

Buteau, J. A.: labour, 611 h. at 35c, 230 h. at 25c; sundry lumber, &c, $92.60 363 95 

Gignac, J. H.: cloth, 30 yd. at 70c; labour, 46 h. at 35c; paint, 60 lb. at 20c; sundry, 

90c 50 00 

Quebec City: water rates, 2 y. to Apr. 30, 1913 100 00 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, Dec. 28, 1911-Dec. 30, 1912, 1,087-5 k.w. at 

10c; meter, $3 Ill 75 

Small payments: flag stones, 70 ft. at 50c; sundry, $4.99 39 99 

Quebec General Post Office ($19,096.80)— 

Caretakers: T. F. Battle, June 15, 1894-Apr. 30, 1896, 686 d. at 50c; Rod. Roy, 12 m. to 

Mar". 31, 1913, at $66.66 1, 142 92 

Care of clock, E. V. Cantin, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1912, $100; cleaners, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

Mrs. A. Bouchard, $90, Miss K. Edwards, $240, Mrs. A. Lacombe, $160.83, Miss 

G. Lavoie, $240, Mrs. A. Roy, $180, Mrs. F. Savard, $197.34, Mrs. G. Trudel, 

$131 .46 1,339 63 

Electrician, A. Lacasse, 11 m. 28 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $75; elevator men, to Mar. 31, 

1913, A. Poulin, 12 m. at $50, G. Cloutier, 11 m. 13 d. at $50 2,066 66 

Firemen, F. J. Cooper, 11 in. 16 d. to Mar. 16, 1913, at $75, Jos. Boulanger, 28 d., $54.13. 917 83 

Joiners, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, D. Lortie, $860.25, A. Petitclerc, $903.75; messenger, 

J. D. Villeneuve, 12 ra. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50; watchman, S. Lortie, to Mar. 31, 

1913, 11 m. 9 d. at $50 2, 929 00 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, offices, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, No. 3,824, $31.25, 

No. 1,226, $67.50; Mr. Beland's residence, No. 2,124, 6 m. to Sept. 30, 1912, $12.50. . Ill 25 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 22-065 t. at $9, 132-045 t. at $8 1,254 94 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 364, 044 87 

Quebec General Post Office— Concluded. 

Chinic Hardware Co.: 1 doz. chamois skins, $6; 6 cotton mops, $4.50; 6 "Lepage" door 
check springs, $10.50; 5 "Ruswin" door checks, $51; glass, $6; metal polish, $4.50; 

sundry, $105.66 188 16 

Cote, P. J.: linoleum, 36£ yd. at $1.25; sundry, $8.15 53 36 

Gervais, E.: alabastine, 34 pkgs. at 50c; decorating building, as per tender, $867.29; 
labour, 15^ d. at $1, 798 h. at 35c; paint, 15 gal. at $2.35, 15 lb. at 90c, 284 lb. at 18c; 
painting roof, &c, as per tender $406; rent of vacuum cleaner, 4 d. at $3; sundry, $80. 15 1,777 11 
Gignac, J. H.: oak, 63-8 ft. at 15c; pine, 186 ft. at $80, 184 ft. at $70, '228 ft. at $60, 151 

ft. at $50; sundry, $48.92. 107 45 

Gravel, Ad.: "carbon" lamps, 200 at 13|c; "Dalite" lamps, 100 at 60c; "Laco" lamps, 
100 at 45c; "Mazda" lamps, 60 w., 100 at 76c, 40 w., 100 at 56c, 25 w., 100 at 50c; 

4 B.B. lanterns complete with 400 w. lamps, $65; sundry, $6 . 60 385 60 

Legare, P. T., Ltd.: 11 chairs, $91.75; 3 desks, $53, $28, $19.50; 3 secretaries, $45, $43, 

$19.50; table, $15; sundry, $12 326 75 

Leonard, B.: glass, $23.25; painting letter boxes, 36 at $1.75, 119 at $1.25 235 00 

Masson, A. D.: brooms, 2 doz. at $5.50, 2 doz. at $4; candles, 4 cases, $21.60; dusters, 
2 doz. at $8; ladder, $17; mops, $30; soap, 6 cwt. at $9.50; solarine, 6 doz. at $4.75; 

sweeping powder, 300 lb. at 5c; sundry, $90.50 294 60 

Nesbitt, E. T. : building porch as per contract 168 00 

Mechanics' Supply Co.: 12-in. fan motor, $14.85; 16-in. oscillating fan, $22.50; sundry, 

$18.23 55 58 

Munderloh & Co.: "Munderloh" watchman's control clock, complete for nine stations. . 65 00 

Noel, Pierre: basin," $10; installing radiator, $70; labour, 30 h. at 50c; 2 pieces of grill, 

$10; sundry, $34. 15 139 15 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: 1,000 folders, $10.75; 5 sections, $110; steel cabinets, 2 at 

$30; sundry, $28 34 209 09 

PaquetCo.: 2 rugs, $59.50, $58.25; sundry, $5.43 123 18 

Quebec City: water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1913 750 00 

Quebec Electric Co.: electric decorating, as per agreement, $600; 16-in. fan, $20, 2 oscil- 
lating fans, 12 in., at $22; installing lights and supplying current, as per agreement, 

$300; lamps, 1,000 at 18c, 250 at 17c; sundry, $50.43 1,236 93 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 16 c.p. lamps, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1912, (flat 
rate), 439 for 3 m. at $3 per an., 447 for 9 m. at $3 per an., May 1-Oct. 31, 1910, 16 c.p. 
lamps, 124 for 6 m. at $3 per an.; gas, Dec 28, 1911-Dec 30, 1912, 19-6 M cu. ft., 
$20.35, 58-7 M cu. ft.' at $1; power, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, elevator and ventilator, 
25 h. p. at $35 per h. p. per an., stamping machine, \ h. p. at $50 per an.; sundry, $5.60 2,530 65 

Simard, T. & Co.: rug, $70; window shades, $7.50; sundry, $6.20 83 70 

Valliere, Edouard: 5 chairs, $39; 2 desks, $45, $30; table, as per order, $68.50; table with 

rubber top, $10 192 50 

Small payments: antidust, $7; chairs, $9.50; chemical hose, $9; 3 clocks, $70; curtains, 
6 at $1.35; r. t. desk, $22; disinfectant, 4 gal., $11; labour, 47 h. at 35c, 34 h. at 
30c; laundry, $11.98; linen, 22 yd. at 40c; paint, 52 gal. at 25c; "Old Dutch" 
cleanser, 300 lb., $14.70; "Pyramid" cleanser, 300 lb., $14.70; putting new stone on 
threshold, $10; removing ashes, $8; soap, $25.50; spray, $7; wood, 2 c, $15; sundry, 
$120.83 412 76 

Duebec, St. Roch Post Office ($3,451.32)— 

Caretaker, J. B. Turcotte: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 45-465 t. at $7.95 361 44 

DesLauriers, Adelard: building lobby, &c, as per contract 70 00 

Gignac, J. H.: fence, 60 ft. at $1.50; oak door, $63 153 00 

Jinchereau & Lamonde: sundry repairs to building, as per contract. . .n 350 00 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: letter carrier's sorting cases, 4 at $50; freight, $9.86 209 86 

Paquet.'Elisee: grilled iron doors, 2 at $76.25 152 50 

Quebec City: water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1913 800 00 

Quebec Electric Co.: installing 300 lights at 50c; "Mazda" lamps, 40-w., 100 at 56c, 

60-w., 100 at 76c 282 00 

Quebec Ry.," L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1912, (flat rate), 16-c.p. lamps, 

102 at $3 per an.; gas, Dec. 27, 1911-Dec. 30, 1912, 27-5 M cu. ft. gas at $1.20; power, 

1 y. to Dec 31, 1912, \ h.'p., $50 389 00 

Vaillancourt, B.: painting and varnishing doors, &c, glass, $35.20, labour, 89 h. at 35c, 

lettering signs, $11, paint, 35 lb. at 30c, 22 lb. at 20c, varnish, 2 gal. at $5 102 25 

Small payments: photographs, $15; removing ashes, $13; wood, 4 c at $6; sundry, 

$29 . 35 81 35 

Quebec, St. Sauveur Post Office ($918.50)— 

Caretaker, C. Turcotte: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $12.50 150 00 

Turcotte, C: rent of building, 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, at $60; water rates, $40 760 00 

Small payments: cartage, $6 . 50; sundry, $2 8 50 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 377, 749 2G 

Quebec Railway Mail Service ("197.36)— 

Lefebvre, Et.: labour, 38 h. at 40c; sundry, $14.96 30 16 

Legare, P. T.: 2 chairs at $12.50; 2 desks, $65, $14.50 104 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: truck, style XXX, $60; freight, $2.70 62 70 

Quebec Weights and Measures Office ($142)— 

Canadian Import Co.: coal, 12-54 t. at $7.95 99 69 

Collin, Jerome: wood, &c 8 25 

Quebec Ry., L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, Dec. 26, 1911-Dec. 24, 1912, 310-6 k.w. at 10c; 

meter $3 34 06 

Richmond Public Building ($1,337.56) — 

Caretaker, H. Desmarais, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; also care of clock, 9 m. to 

Jan. 1, 1913, $37.50 437 46 

Desmarais, S. E. & Co.: coal, 1 t. at $8, 34-65 t. at $6.80; repairs, $29.96; wood, 7 c at $5, 

2 c at $3.50; sawing and piling wood, $15; sundry, $18.90 349 48 

Linahen, Jas. D.: cleaning, papering, &c, as per tender, $65.75; plastering, 30 yd. at 60c; 

sundry, $17.94 101 69 

Richmond Electric Co.: electric current, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 (flat rate) 229 95 

Richmond Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Sept. 30, 1912 25 00 

Smith, J. D.: tungsten lamps, 100 at 53c; sundry, $13.12 66 12 

Small payments: fire extinguishers, 4 at $11.50; plumbing, $22.60; sundry, $59.26 127 86 

Rigaud Public Building ($416.32)— 

Caretakers, at $12.50 per m.: J. B. Charlebois, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 1913; G. Vallee, 5 m. to 

Mar. 31, 1913 125 00 

Chevrier & Freres: coal, 36-415 t. at $8 291 32 

Rimouski Public Building ($1,593.93)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 per m.: A. Lepage, 9 m.; P. Lepage, 3 m 300 00 

Credit Municipal Canadien: electric lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 1,379 k.w., $185.97; 

meter $3 188 97 

Lepage, H. C: coal, 34 -567 t. at $8.60; soap, $4; wood, 11 cat $2.50; sundry, $15.35 344 14 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bases, 3 at $21.75; desks, r.t., $56, system, $35; freight, $8.15; 

sections, 6 at $16.5d, 3 at $6.25; tops, 3 at $4.25 294 90 

St. Germain de Rimouski Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Nov. 1, 1912 75 00 

Tache, Mme. J. C: rent of engineer's office, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 275 00 

Tetre, Cyrille: rent of office, 26 Mar.-26 Apr., 1912 10 00 

Small payments: coal, 2 t. at $8.60; 25-w. tungsten lamps, 50 at 65c; whitening ceiling and 

walls, &c, $24.60; sundry, $31.62 105 92 

Riviere du Loup Public Building ($58.91)— 

Small payments: clock, $15; trunk, $43; freight, 91c 58 91 

Roberval Immigration Building ($545.27) — 

Caretaker, G. Audet: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Roberval Electric Co.: electric lighting, Nov. 6, 1911-Nov. 16, 1912, 1,810-5 k.w., $217.27; 

meter, $3 220 27 

Roberval Town: water rates, 1 yr. to May 1, 1912 25 00 

Shawenegan Falls Public Building ($280)— 

Flamond, C. H.: coal, 35 t. at $8 280 00 

Sherbrooke Engineer's Office ($613.18)— 

Ansell, Mrs. Whiting: rent of office, Apr., 1912 40 00 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, office, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $42, residence, Mar. 22, 

1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $25.62 67 62 

Dufresne, L. A.: rent of office, May 22-Feb. 28, 1913 505 56 

Sherbrooke Public Building ($3,155.76)—. 

Caretakers, O. Deseve, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; care of clock, R. J. Spearing, 

1 yr. to Mar. 1, 1913, $30; cleaner, Mrs. J. Laliberte, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $15. . . . 609 96 

Bayley, L. A.: rubber, 216 sq. ft. at 25c; 2 rugs, $18, $17; sundry, $3.70 92 70 

Codere, Son & Co.: 64-15 t. at $6.85; sundry, $5o.85 493 31 

McCaw-Bissel Furniture Co.: chairs, 1 at $9, 1 at $8, 1 at $6.50, 5 at $4.50; cupboard, 

$16; desks, 2 at $30; 3 stoves, $15.50; 3 tables, $36.50; sundry, $1.50 175 50 

McSwiggin.W. T.: chimney, $40; repairing brick walls, &c, as per contract, $185; repairing 

steps, $60 285 00 

Montminy, M. A.: painting and kalsomining, as per contract '. . 109 00 

Morin, L. P. : cupboard, $50; table, $10 60 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cupboard, $18; ends, 1 pr., $7; sections, 1 at $30, 9 at $23, lat$21 283 00 

Sherbrooke City: electric light, Mar. 27, 1912-Mar. 1, 1913, appraiser's office, 68 k.w., 

$8.54, post office, 9,728 k.w., $554.56; gas, Mar. 27, 1912-Mar. 1, 1913, heat, 39.2 M. 

cu. ft., $45.25, light, 22.1 M. cu. ft., $29.02; stone, 4 loads at $2.50; water, 1 yr. to May 

1, 1913, $50 697 37 

Sherbrooke Construction Co.: labour, 26 h. at 35c; making counter, as per tender, $39; 

plate glass, $7.80 , 55 90 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 385, 795 53 

Sherbrooke Public Building— -Concluded. 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $15.95; grate bars, 1 set, $13.62; household supplies, 

$24.95; installing new stamping machine, $13.22; removing waste paper, etc., $15.75; 

repairing locks, &c, $19.30; sign, $7; 25-w. tungsten lamps, 100 at 42c; wood, 3 c. at $6; 

sundry, $124.23 294 02 

Sorel Public Building ($2,997.47)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $40, Chas. Robitaille, 3 m., J. B. Caderette, 9 m.; care 

of clock, A. Mathieu, 1 yr. to Feb. 28, 1913, $50 530 00 

Beaucage, Henri: repairing walls, ceiling, &c, as per contract 115 00 

Caron F. D.: repairing pipes, &c, cement, 200 lb. at 10c, labour, 99 h. at 50c, sundry, 

$21 .52 $1 02 

Fagnon, J. O.: sundry caretaker's supplies 67 89 

Ga^ne, J. B. & Son: coal, 60 t. at $7.75 465 00 

Mathieu, A.: repairing dial labour, 109 h. at $1, materials, $38.75 147 75 

Peloquin, Delphis: constructing partition, as per contract _ 89 00 

Rubenstein Bros.: 12 drawer fronts, $45; 240 p.o. box fronts with pigeon holes, $516; 

sundry, S1S.86 579 86 

Sorel Electric Co.: electric light, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 5,707 k.w. at 8c; meter, $3 459 56 

Sorel Town: gas, Apr. 1-Feb. 3,1913, 31-2 M. cu. ft., $40.14; sprinkling streets, season of 

1911, $7.48; water, 1 yr. to Sept. 30, 1913, $250 297 62 

Small payments: cylinder latches, 2'at $6; repairing electric fixtures, etc., $39; repairing 

fitter, $35; 25-w. tungsten lamps, 50 at 42c; wood, 3 c. at $6; sundry, $29.77 154 77 

Ste Anne de Bellevue ($575)— 

Duquette, A.: installing plumbing system, as per contract 7o 00 

Pilon, Telesphore: altering P.O., removing partitions, &c, as per contract 350 00 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue Town: rent of office, 1 yr. to Dec. 1, 1911 150 00 

St. Eustache Post Office ($195.98)— 

Laval Electric Co.: electric lighting, Apr. 2, 1912-Mar. 3, 1913, 456 k.w. at 10-Sc 49 28 

St. Eustache Village: rent of office, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1912 144 00 

Small payments: sundry 2 70 

St. Felix de Valois Public Building ($93)— 

Cripeau, M.: rent of post office, 1 yr. to Feb. 23, 1913 62 00 

Pelletier, O.: rent of building, 6 m. to Sept. 10, 1912 31 00 

St. Gabriel de Brandon Post Office ($150)— 

Early, Paul: rent of building, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1912 150 00 

St. George East ($100)— 

Morsan, Ph. L.: rent of building, 6 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 100 00 

St. Hyacinthe Inland Revenue Office ($871.47)— 

Caretaker, E. C. Clapin: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Blondin, A. & Co.: heater, $17; installing drain pipe, $48; installing radiator, $70; sundry, 

$10.22 145 22 

Demers & Coonev: coal, 19*77 t. at $7.25 143 33 

Gas Electricitv and Power Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec 25, 1912, 164 k.w. at 12c, 

meter, $2.16; gas, 9 m. to Dec. 25, 1912, 18.6 M. cu. ft. at $1.20, -4 M. cu. ft. at $2.40, 

meter, $6.84 51 96 

St. Hyacinth City: water rates, 12 m. to Jan., 1913 100 00 

Small payments: section with bop and base, $17.42; sundry, $13.58 31 00 

St. Hyacinthe Public Building ($1,728.71)— 

Caretaker, F. X. Tetreault, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $43.33; care of clock, 1 yr. to Dec, 

1913, $100 .••••,•• 619 96 

Blondin, A. & Co.: labour, 22 h. at 40c; painting walls and ceiling, $29.70; repairing filter, 

$10; repairing pipes, $12.77; sundry repairs, $93.47 154 74 

Demers & Cooney: coal, 30035 t. at $7.25 217 78 

Gas Electricity & Power Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 25, 1912, 1,967 k.w. at 12c, 

meter, $5.40; gas, 9 m. to Dec. 25, 1912, 18-1 M. cu. ft. at $2.40, meter, $3.24 288 12 

Nolan, Flavien: 3 chairs, $17; desk, $35 52 00 

St. Hvacinthe City: water rates, 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913 150 00 

Smalfpayments: cleaning, $8; electrical supplies, $27.09; labour, 73| h. at 30c; repairing 

tower clock, $14.60; toilet paper, $7; 25-w tungsten lamps, 100 at 42c; wood, 3 c at 

$8.25; sundry, $100.64 246 13 

St. Jerome Public Building ($1,474.28)— 

Caretaker, T. Grignon: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Cousineau, H.: wood, 7 c at $6, 7 c at $5.50 80 50 

Fournelle, J. D.: coal, 30-03 t, at $7.75 232 74 

Monette, Simeon: cleaning walls, ceiling, &c, varnishing, putting up moulding, &c, as 

per tender, $170; labour, 97 h. at 40c, 38 h. at 35c; repairs to locks, $12, to pavement, 

&c, $72.50, to stone foundation, $6.25, to storm windows, $14; solder, 30 lbs. at 35c; 

sundry, $30.07 367 42 

St. Jerome City: street sprinkling tax, Apr. 21, 1896-May 1, 1911, $46.80; water rates, 

1 yr. to Nov. 30, 1912, $56 102 80 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward. 393, 984 60 

St. Jerome Public Building — Concluded. 

St. Jerome Power & Elec. L. Co.: electric light, Apr., 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 6,859 k.w. at He; 

meter, $5.50; supplies, $1.85 110 25 

Therien, Chas.: installing new sink, repairing walls, &c, $41.50; repairing furnace, as per 

tender, $60 101 50 

Small payments: cupboard, $9; cylinder locks, $12; electrical supplies, $14.01; removing 

snow, winter of 1911-12, $22.50; 2 step ladders, $5; sundry, $16.60 79 11 

St. John's Custom House ($599.05)— 

Caretaker, Leon Forrant: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $29.16 349 92 

Donaghy, John: coal, 16-21 t. at $6.20 100 50 

St. John's City: water rates, 1 yr. to May 1, 1913 60 00 

St. John's Elec. L. Co.: electric lighting, 1 yr. to Mar. 20, 1913, 314 k.w. at 10c; meter, 

$3 . : 34 40 

Small payments: cylinder lock, $10; 25-w. "Sterling" lamps, 50 at 42c; telephone rent, 

4 m. to Oct. 30, 1912, $7.33; sundry, $15.90 54 23 

St. John's Post Office ($965.48)— 

Caretaker, W. Brousseau: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 v . 300 00 

Donaghy, John: coal, 40-72 t. at $6.20. 252 46 

Marchessault, L. D.: furnishing and placing flag stones, &c, $40*; sundry, $17.45 57 45 

St. John's City: water rates, 1 yr. to May 1, 1913 50 00 

St. John's Electric -Co.: electric lighting, Mar. 22, 1912-Mar. 25, 1913, 2,533 k.w. at 10c; 

meter, $3; supplies, $5.82 262 12 

Small payments: cleaning and whitening walls and ceiling, $10; sundry, $33? 45 43 45 

St. Regis Custom House ($50.75)— 

Milmoe Bros.: coal, 7 t. at $7.25 50 75 

Terrebonne Public Building ($864.03)— 

• Caretaker, J. Briere: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Chapleau, J. Henri: building cement walks, as per tender, $109.80; cement, 100 lb. at 10c; 

labour, 47 h. at 45c, 26 h. at 35c; repairing and cleaning walls, &c, $28 178 05 

Gauvreau, C: coal, 20-05 t. at $7.75 155 39 

Terrebonne Electric Ligh't Co.: electric light, Sept. 30, 1911-Jan. 31, 1913, 1,928-5 k. w. at 

8c 154 28 

Terrebonne Village: water rates, 1 y. to Dec 31, 1912 15 00 

Small payments: 25-w. tungsten lamps, 50 at 42c; sundry, $40.31 61 31 

Thetford Mines Public Building ($1,166.65)— 

- Caretaker, J. Rousseau: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $12.50 150 00 

Blais, Alphonse: coal, 2-7 t. at $9, 8-46 t. at $8.50, 19-285 t. at $8.25; soap, $15; sundry, 

$29.53 299 85 

Hebert, J. S.: as per contracts, gravelling roof and repairing chimney, $48, painting 

and plastering ceiling and walls, &c, $100, putting letters on fanlight, &c, $72.90; 

sundry, $13.15 234 05 

Lachance, L. E.: wood, 5 c at $6.75, 7 c at $4.50 • 65 25 

Thetford Mines City: water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1913 100 00 

Thetford Mines Elec. L. Co.: electric light, (flat rate), 12 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, at $20; 

supplies, $3 243 00 

Small payments: cartage, $6; coal, $7.60; wood, 5 c at $5; sundry, $35.90 74 50 

Three Rivers Engineer's Office ($104)— # 

Bell Telephone Co. : rent of telephone No. 193, 3 m. to June 30, 1912 8 00 

Berlinguet, Lucy M. Caven: rent of two rooms, June 1-Jan. 31, 1913, 8 m. at $12 96 00 

Three Rivers Public Building ($2,316.27)— 

Caretaker, E. Cossette, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50; assistant, P. Gravelle, 12 m. to 

Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 900 00 

Hamehn, Chas.: installing heating apparatus, $47; putting on and gravelling new roof, 

$110; 3 ventilators, $12; sundry, $2.30 171 30 

Laurin, A. &Co.: chair, $10; M. O. desk, $50; 3 sections of cabinet, $52 112 00 

Marchand, Zeph.: coal, 20 t. at $7; wood, $20.50 160 50 

North Shore Power Co.: electric lighting, Apr. 20, 1912-Mar. 11, 1913, 5,260 k. w. at 10c; 

meter, $2.75 528 75 . 

Parent. Arthur: cutting down and removing tree, $25; labour, 9 d. at $2.50, 51 h. at 35c, 

76J h. at 17|c; pine, 3 M ft. at $25; sundry lumber, $13.20; sundry, $63.39 230 34 

Three Rivers City: water rates, 1 y. to June 30, 1913, $50.95; sundry, $2.80 53 75 

Small payments: door with frame, $8; electrical supplies, $48.25; portable lamps, 2 at 

$5; 8 tungsten lamps, $8.80; 2 s. 1. c sorting cases supplied from stores, at $20; sun- 
dry, $44.58. : 159 63 

Trois Pistoles Public Building ($75)— 

Trois Pistoles Town: rent of building, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 75 00 

Valleyfield Public Building ($4,616.62)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913: J. B. Laniel, 1 m. at $33.33; Nap. Picard, 1 m. at $33.33, 

10 m. at $40 466 66 

Bourdon, Wilbrod: painting, plastering, kalsomining, walls and ceiling, oiling floors, 

supplying burlap, &c, as per contract 774 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 401, 657 35 

Valleyfield Public Building — Concluded. 

Dore, Phileas: building cement wall, as per tender, $400; earth, 28 loads at $1; repair- 
ing sidewalk, &c, $30 458 00 

Emend, V. A. & Son: 1 in. mechanical filter 155 00 

Hainault & Frere: as per contracts, kalsomining and painting passage, $174.50, railing 

for steps, $67.25, re-lettering and varnishing doors, window, &c, $336.75 578 50 

Lamothe, J. M.: 2 cupboards, $25, $15; labour, 23§ d. at $3, 12£ h. at 35c, 5 h. at 30c; 

sundry lumber, $16.55; sundry, $48.15 181 08 

Langevin, N.: coal, 50 t. at $7.25; 2 door springs, $18; glass, $10.25; f in. hose, 75 ft., $15; 

tungsten lamps, 59 at 75c; oil, $13.25; sundry, $107.83 57108 

Leduc & Prieur: curtains with poles, $38; 2 rugs, $42; 2 small rugs, $8.70; vacuum 

cleaner, $13.50; sundry, $19.37 121 57 

Morand, Alex.: 10 chairs, $49.75; 4 desks, $49.50, $24.95, $19, $16.50; table, $12.80; 

sundry, $10.50 183 00 

Robinault, Arthur: asbestos, $9; labour, 87 h. at 60c, 20 h. at 50c; making pipe for 
chimney, $22; marble plate, $11.50; pipe, $20.50; repairing and tarring roof, as per 

tender, $237; sundry, $81.75 443 95 

Valleyfield Electric Co. : electric light, Mar. 29, 1912-Mar. 27, 1913, flat rate for minimum 
of current, $108; additional current, 2,340-8 k. w., $123.39; meter $1.56; supplies, 

$11.73 244 68 

Valleyfield Town: water rates, 1 y. to Sept. 30, 1913, $90; sundry, $2.73 92 73 

Small payments: cartage, 19 loads at 75c; clock, $25; fire grate, $13.42; labour, 30 h. 
at 55c, 30 h. at 25c, 125 h. at 15c, 475 h. at 12£c; lettering boxes, &c, $9; painting 
boxes, 6 at $1.25; soap, $9.54; window screens, &c, $14.20; wood, 5£ c at $8.75; 

sundry wood, $42.75; sundry, $60.45 346 37 

Victoriaville Public Braiding ($1,185.97) — 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913: G. Beaudet, 2 m. at $10; Mrs. A. B. Dunn, 3 m. at $10; 

C. Thibault, 7 m. at $25 225 00 

Arthabaska Water & Power Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 2,205 k.w. at 
12c; meter, $3; repairs, $1.50; extra light, Dec, 1912, 61 lamps, $14.16, Jan.-Mar., 

81 lamps at 36c each per m 370 74 

Gaudet, Octave: coal, 19-655 t. at $8; sundry, $13.11 170 43 

Giroux, J. E. C: wood, 25| c at $3, 10 c at $2.75 104 00 

Tourigny, Paul & Co.: wood, 15 c at $3.50, 10 c at $2.50. 77 50 

Victoriaville Town: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913 50 00 

Small payments: 4 chairs, $12.20; g. o. desk, $26.25; soao, $26.35; wood, 25 c at $1.25; 

sundry, $92.25 188 30 

Westmount Public Building ($1,141.05)— 

McCall, C. & M. T.: rent of building (including heating and lighting, &c) Apr.-Dec, 1912. 912 50 

McDonald, Roy: rent of No. 220 Elm Ave., as temporary post office, Dec, 1912 100 00 

Montreal Water & Power Co.: water rates, 18 m. to Nov. 1, 1912 21 59 

Westmount Light and Power Dept.: lighting temporary P. O., Dec. 18- Jan. 2, 1913, 

356 k. w. at 9c; meter, 15c 32 19 

Small payments: coal, 3-175 t., $25.02; labour, 180 h. at 25c; sundry, $4.75 74 77 

Quebec Province Generally ($924.05)— 

Small payments: telephone tolls, $11.10; sundry, $14.60 25 70 

Travel and outlay of officials: — 

C. S. Gingras, clerk of works 662 42 

Jos. Lamarche, heating inspector 55 90 

Jules Pothier, clerk of works 70 57 

King's Printer, $60.33; Stationery Office, $49.13 109 46 

Alexandria Public Building ($1,487.75) — 

Caretaker, D. K. McDonald: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Alexandria Town: electric light, 1 y. to Dec 1, 1912, (flat rate), 3 lamps at 37| c per m, 

58 lamps at 30c per m; water rates, 1 y. to Jan. 1, 1913, $7.50 229 80 

Chisholm, John R.: on account demolishing partition (voucher outstanding) 300 00 

Hastings, Thos. A. : travel and outlay 55 00 

McDonald, Angus: coal, 31-75 t. at $6.90, 1-6 t. at $7.50 231 10 

Schell, J.'T. & Co.: door check and brackets, $9; granite door step, $13.50; labour, 55 h. 

at 50c; sundry, $2.90 52 90 

Small payments: brooms, $6; door lock, $9; electrical supplies, $13.15; glass, $7; 

wood, 15 c at $3; sundry, $38.88 119 03 

Allandale Railway Station: G. T. R. Co. : painting letter box 1 05 

Almonte Public Building ($857.95)— 

Caretaker, P. Burns: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Almonte Elec Light Commission: light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, $50.19; supplies, $7.21. . 57 40 

Little, Jas. : excavating drain and putting in new gal v. iron pipe, 78 1 ft. at $2.50; removing 

ashes, $4 200 25 

Mississippi Iron Works: repairing door sills, &c, $8; water, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $75, 

sundry, 85c 83 85 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ eta. 

Brought forward 410,514 64 

Almonte Public Building— Concluded. 

Small payments: cleaning and putting on storm windows, $12; labour, 20 h. at 40c; 

removing ashes, $8.75; wood, 6 c, $23; sundry, $64.74 116 49 

Amherstburg Public Building ($1,458.82)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. R. E. Elliott: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Amherstburg Elec. L. H. & P. Co.: electric lighting, (flat rate), Jan. 1, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 

1 m. at $13.75, 13 m. at $14.75 205 50 

Amherstburg Town: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $35; street sprinkling, $10 45 00 

Brown, Fred: building cement steps at front entrance, $45; erecting flag pole, $25; sun- 
dry, $12.60 82 60 

Falls Bros.: coal, 26 1. at $7.50. 195 00 

Ryan & Co.: cement, 5 cwt., $7; cement floor, &c, as per agreement, $73.75; 2 chains 
and hooks for gate valves on furnace, $33.75; cutting and threading pipes, $17.85; 
14 gate valves, $31.60; labour, 173J h. at 70c, 29| h. at 60c; pipe, 458| ft., $63.09; 

rubber packing, 42| lb at 50c; sundry, $80.08 467 40 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $12.70; wood, 10 c at $3; sundry, $20.66 63 36 

Arnprior Public Building ($1,373.28)— • ttti 

Caretaker, R. Tait, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; care of clock, W. A. Whyte, 1 y. to 

Sept. 30, 1912, $50; oil, &c, $1.25 451 21 

Arnprior Town: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, $32; sundry, 40c 32 40 

Drysdale, R. S.: coal, 3012 t. at $7.75; wood, 5| c at $6 264 99 

Galetta Electric Power & Milling Co.: electric lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, 6,607 k. w. 

at 9c; meter, $2.25; supplies, $11.40 608 28 

Small payments: wood, 5 c at $2.50; sundry, $3.90 16 40 

Barrie Public Building ($1,145.96) — 

Caretaker, E. Sevigny: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Barrie Gas Co.: gas light, Apr. 1-Feb. 15, 1913, 202-55 M. cu. ft. at $1.50|; supplies, $16.39 321 06 

Barrie Town: water rates, 1 yr. to June 1, 1913, $50; street sprinkling, 1912, $17.50 67 50 

Sarjeant Co.: coal, 35 t. at $7.45 • • • •••■•■• 260 75 

Small payments: labour, $5.40; radiator, $19.20; wood, 4 c at $3.25; sundry, $59.09 96 69 

Belleville Public Building ($3,962.33)— 

Caretaker, S. Haight, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54.16 649 92 

Allen, N.: coal, 85 t. at $6. 93 589 06 

Anderson, H. S.: coal, 7 t. at $7.25; wood, 5 c at $8.25, 4 c at $6 116 00 

Belleville City Gas Dept.: gas light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 415-85 M. cu. ft. at $1.25; 

supplies, $31 . 77 551 59 

Belleville City: water rates, 6 m. to June 1, 1913 60 00 

Mclninch, H.: painting and repairing iron fence, as per tender 56 00 

McPherson, R.: labour, 172 h. at 40c; making wardrobe table, &c, $22.90; sundry, $50.03 141 73 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: post office boxes, style 'A', 72 at $1.80, style 'B', 18 at 

$2.25; freight, 94c 171 04 

Ritchie Co. : making and laying two cork carpets, as per tender 89 25 

Trenton Electric & Water Co.: electric lighting, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 7,350 k.w 655 51 

Walton, Geo. & Co.: laying hardwood floors, and making metal ceiling, as per contract, 

$540; sundry, $15 ::■■■■■ : ■ • 555 00 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $80.30; floor oil, $40; plumbing, $32; repairing desks, 
table, &c; $40; repairing windows, steps, &c. $16.40; scrap baskets, $8; sprinkling 

streets $23.25; sundry, $107.28 -. 327 23 

Berlin Public Building ($1,747.24)— 

Caretaker, J. Clements, 12 ro. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33; care of clock, A. Paquegnat, 

Dec. 12, 1911-Apr. 1, 1912, $15.27, Alfred Heller, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, $50 465 23 

Berlin Town: electric light, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 5,584 k.w., $247.15, meter, $3; gas, 
1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 82-7 M. cu. ft. at $1, meter, $1.20, supplies, $3.10; water rates, 

1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, $20.71 357 86 

Branim. Geo.: coal, 13-72 t. at $7.25 : - •*■■••••■ " 52 

Gross Garage & Electric Co.: installing 100 lamps and fixtures, as per contract, $67.80; 

sundry, $15.30 83 10 

Kloepfer & Co.: coal, 47- 15 t. at $7.25 - • • • ■ ■ ■ • • • 341 77 

* Mills, C. H. & Co. : bunting, 321| yd. at 5 c ; labour, 68 h. at 33§c ; sundry, $11 . 25 50 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: truck, style XXX, $60; express, $2.80 62 80 

Pipe, Alfred A.: coal, 13-03 t. at $7.25 • • • 94 47 

Small payments: labour, 25 h. at 40c; painting, letter boxes, 25 at $1 .25, parcel receptacles, 
7 at $2.50; removing ashes, $10.80; soap, $8.90; s.l.c sorting case (supplied from stores), 

$20 ; toilet paper, $9 . 75; 5 window screens, $9 . 85; sundry, $74 . 44 192 49 

Blenheim Post Office ($150)— 

Blenheim Town: rent of building, 9 m. to Dec. 1, 1912 150 00 

Bowmanville Public Building ($953.77)— nn 

Caretaker, W. W. Allen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Bowmanville Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912 10 00 

Jury & Lovell: 24 window boxes with plants It «!! 

Liscombe, E. W.: coal, 4 t. at $7.25, 24 t. at $7 19? °° 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 421, 199 76 

Bowmanville Public Building — Concluded. 

Seymour Power & Electric Co. Ltd.: electric light, Mar. 22, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 3,625 

k.w., $146.22; supplies, 4 doz. lamps at $9.25 183 22 

Small payments: labour, $8; oil, $10; wood, $7.50; sundry, $14.05 39 55 

Bracebridge Railway Station: Grand Trunk Ry. Co.: painting 2 letter bpxes 2 10 

Brampton Public Building ($784.46)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Foster: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Brampton Town: electric lighting, Jan. 9, 1912 to Feb. 27, 1913, 3, 187 k.w. at 4f cts.; water, 

6 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, $25 v . . . 178 00 

McCulloch, W. B.: labour, 253 h. at 40c; sundry lumber, &c, $13.70 114 90 

Small payments: hardwood, 2 c. at $9; lamps, 3 doz., $24.60; labour, $7.50; varnishing 

and painting post office, $37; sundry, $4.50 91 60 

Brentford Public Building ($2,029.77)— 

Caretaker, John Squire: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $50 600 00 

Brentford City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 1, 1913, $38; street sprinkling, 1912, $18.79; 

caring for parade ground, &c, around armouries, as per agreement, 1912, $250 306 79 

Brentford Gas Co.: gas, Apr.-Feb., 1913, 16 M. cu. ft. at 40c; meter, $2.20 8 60 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, as per order, $150; freight, &c, $3.17 153 17 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: book case, $15.25; d. f.t. desk, $47; filing cabinet, $36; 

freight, &c, $7. 13 105 38 

Western County Electric Co.: electric light (flat rate), 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $327; 

supplies, $2 - 329 00 

Wilson Coal Co.: coal, 48-68 t. at $6.40 311 60 

Supplies from stores: I.e. sorting cases, 2 at $28 .60 57 20 

Small payments: 4 chairs, $12; 2 clocks, $20, $6.50; plumbing, $34.81; removing ashes, $6; 

repairing tables, &c, $18.75; repairing vault and stamping machine, $21.82; 3 waste 

paper baskets, $15; sundry $23. 15 158 03 

Bridgeburg Public Building ($896.63)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Hanna: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $29. 16 349 92 

Atwood, J. H.: desk and chair 67 50 

Bridgeburg Village: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913 20 00 

Canadian Niagara Power Co.: electric light, Nov. 1 to Feb. 28, 1913, 469 k.w 24 52 

Kraft, W. R.: 2 'Brussels' rugs, $40; soap, $6.75; 10 window shades, $15; sundry, $31.54 93 29 

Malone, C. O. : electric wiring, as per tender 53 00 

Provincial Natural Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 251-8 M. cu. ft. at 30c 75 57 

White, Isaac: coal, 25 t. at $6.50 162 50 

Small payments: labour, 24 h. at 50c; sundry, $38.33 50 33 

Brockville Public Building ($3,468.16) — 

Caretaker, C. F. Gray, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45.83; cleaner, E. MacLean, to Mar. 

31, 1913, 4 m. at $8, 8 m. at $12 677 96 

Clow, F. W.: contract for interior fittings and repairs in Brockville Post Office, on account 1,000 00 
Brockville Town: electric light, 1 yr. to Mar. 15, 1913, (flat rate), 1 arc lamp and 2 incan- 
descent lamps, $118; gas, 1 yr. to Mar. 15, 1913, 493-5 M. cu. ft. at $1; water rates, 

1 yr. to April 30, 1913, $170 781 50 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: post office drawers, style 'C\ 30 at $2.75, style 'D', 3 at 

$5.50; truck, style XXX, $60; freight, S3 . 17 162 17 

Parslow & Horton: repairing, gravelling and painting roofs, &c, as per tender, $120; . 

sundry, $5.80 125 80 

Reynolds, W. B. & Co.: coal, 56-25 t. at $7.25; wood, 7 c at $3. 50 432 30 

Steacy, B. D.: coal heater, $10; gas mantles, $26.65; glass, $6; "Yale" lock, $7 50; sundry 

supplies, $92. 15 142 30 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies, $32.55; coal, 2 t. at $7; iron railing, $8.50; painting 

letter boxes, 14 at $1 . 25; removing ashes, 39 1. at 40c ; sundry, $57 . 98 146 13 

Cardinal Custom House ($186.53)— 

Tavlor, J. & J.; safe, as per order, $180; freight, $6.53 186 53 

Carleton Place Public Building ($769.75)— 

Caretaker, J. F. Halpenny: 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $33.33 399 96 

Brown, H. & Sons: electric light, Jan. 1-Dec 26, 1912, 2, 138-6 k.w. at 6c; supplies, $2.95 131 27 

Taylor Bros.: coal, 24 t. at $7.48; sundry. $17.35 196 87 

Small payments: wood, 5 c at $5.50; sundry, $14. 15 41 65 

Cayuga Public Building ($219.52) — 

Caretaker, G. A. Gibson, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $4. 16 49 92 

Dominion Natural Gas Co.: gas, Apr.-Feb., 1913, 383 M. cu. ft. at 25 c; meter, $1.35 97 10 

Small payments: awning, $19; hardware, $10.45; sundry, $43.05 72 50 

Chatham Public Building ($2,628.90)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Mitchell: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Chatham City: water rates, 1 yr. to Jan. 5, 1913, 13,370 cu. ft 14 63 

Chatham Gas Co.: Apr.-Mar. 1913, electric light, 1,362 k.w. at 8c, gas, 70 M. cu. ft. 

at 35 c, 34 M. cu. ft. at 25c: supplies, $8.10 150 06 

Crow, A. R.: coal, 36-007 t. at $6. 75 243 05 

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Domin" ;n Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 430, 787 19 

Chatham Public Building — Concluded. 

Draper, John W.: asbestos, $7.20; asbestos wrapping. $9.30; enlarging furnace pit, &c, $42.50, 

freight, $33.65; labour, 24 d. at $6, 15 d. at $3; piping, &c, $13.22; 2 'Safford' boilers, 

as per order, $675.06; smoke pipe, $32.75; sundry, $37.97 1,040 65 

Martin, J. N.: painting outside woodwork, flag-pole &c, as per tender 130 00 

McKie, Thos.: constructing stamp vendor's counter, laying cork carpet, &c. as per tender, 

$285; panelled door, $21 306 00 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $11.27; 50 ft. hose, $7.50; gas heater, $12; painting 

letter boxes and posts, $37.55; removing waste paper, &c, $10.50; s. 1. c. sorting case 

(supplied from stores), $20; sundry, $45.69 144 51 

Clinton Public Building ($756.28)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Scott: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $16.66 199 92 

Clinton Electric Light Co.: electric light, Apr.-Mar., 1,913 k.w. at 10c; meter, $3; sup- 
plies, $3 .80 198 10 

Clinton Town: street sprinkling, 1912, $3; water rates, 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913, $14.02 17 02 

Forbes, A.: coal, 3-29 t. at $7.75, 25-36 t. at $7.50, 9-94 t. at $7.25 287 74 

Small pavments: door check, $6; flower beds, $10; toilet paper, $8; wood, 6 c. at $3.25; 

sundry, $10 53 50 

Cobourg Public Building ($1,957.85) — 

Caretaker, M. Russell: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Bentley, F.: building new platform, as per tender, $59.50; labour, $9.90; putting on and 

removing storm windows, $12; sundry, $4 . 25 85 65 

Cobourg Utilities Corporation Ltd.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 26, 1912, 4,129 k.w. at 8c; 

gas, 9 m. to Dec. 26, 1912, 40-3 M cu. ft. at $1.25, meter $2.25; water, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 

1913, $34.12; supplies, $1.53 418 59 

Fetherston, John: painting, kalsomining, varnishing, &c, as per contract, $127.25; sundry, 

$2.50 129 75 

Henderson Bros.: 3 desks, $35.50; labour, 201 h. at 35c; varnishing, &c, $15.75; wire 

guard, $8.50; sundry, $19.61. 149 71 

McArthur, Fred J.: desk with chair and revolving stool, $45; linoleum, 38 yd. at $1.10; 

sundry, $13.80 '. 100 60 

Plunkett, Geo.: coal, 40-08 t. at $7.25 290 56 

Rubenstein Bros.: 8 drawer fronts, $19.20; p.o. box fronts, style 'M,' 16, $29, style 'S' 

84, $120. 12; sundry, $7.99 176 31 

Small payments: coal, $14.75; electrical supplies, $8.65; floor oil, $16.25; varnishing 

* steps, &c, $21; wood, $7.50; sundry, $88.53 156 68 

Collingwood ($1.05)— 

Grand Trunk Ry . Co. : painting letter box 1 05 

Cornwall Public Building ($2,630.21)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50: R. Conroy, 1 m. 7 d.; C. Rivers, 10 m. 24 d 450 00 

Care of clock, L. E. Bailey: 12 m. to Sept., 1912 75 00 

Broderick, Jas.: coal, 25 t. at $7.45 186 25 

Cornwall Town: water, 12 m. to July 1, 1913 75 00 

Hermiston & Conrie: chandelier, $5; numbering letter boxes, $8.50; sundry, $47.07 60 57 

Mulhern, A. T.: coal, 44-33 t. at $6. 93 307 27 

Pitts, H.: glass, $14.95; wheelbarrow, $4.50; sundry, $41.75 61 20 

Roberts, R. W.: painting, papering, &c, as per tender, $246.20; sundry, $14.36 260 56 

Ross, S. A.: cupboard, $20; laying hardwood floor, 1,400 ft. at 14c; sundry, $39.05 255 05 

Stormont Electric L. & P. Co.: electric light, 15 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, $22.50; gas, 15 m. 

to Jan. 1, 1913, 352-1 M cu. ft., $751.11; meter, $2.80; supplies, $16.63 793 04 

Small payments: labour, $6; 'Quebec' heater, with pipes, $15; wood, 8 c at $3; sundry 

$61 . 27 106 27 

Deseronto Public Building ($1,692.64) — 

Caretaker, M. Hart, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66; caxe of clock, M. Hart, 1 yr. to 

Mar. 31, 1913, $50 549 92 

Deseronto Town: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 155-1 M cu. ft. at $1.75; meter, $3.15; water 

rates, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, $39 313 54 

McVicker, D.: labour, 62-5 h. at 40c, 20 h. at 30c; wire cable, 250 ft., $17; sundry, $13.88 61 88 

Rathbun Co.: coal, 40 t. at $7.35, 5 t. at $7 329 00 

Taylor, N. P.: painting and renovating, a." per contract, $385; sundrv, $6.25 391 25 

Small payments: dustbane, $10.50; soap, $4.70; sundry, $31.85 47 05 

Dresden Public Building ($291) — 

Wells, Garnet: coal, 4 t. at $9, 30 at $8.50 291 00 

Dundas Public Building ($778.33)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Graham: 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $4. 16 49 92 

Dominion Natural Gas Co.: gas, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912 1 80 

Dundas Electric Co.: electric lighting (flat rate), Apr.-Feb 55 00 

Dundas Town: water rates , 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913 6 00 

Pennington, J. D.: rent of offices, 1 yr. to June 30, 1913 600 00 

Woodhouse&Co.: coal, 7-115 t. at $7. 20 51 23 

Small payments: painting letter boxes, 10 at $1 . 25; sundry, $1 . 88 14 38 

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Brought forward 440, 515 71 

Elora Public Building ($458.01)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Godfrey: Apr. 6, 1912, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $8.33 per m 98 57 

Fergus Electric Light Plant: electric light, 11 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 1,590 k.w. at 10c; meter, 

$2.75 161 75 

Fischer, C: coal, 21-61 t. at $7.10 153 49 

Small payments: oil, $10.50; sundry, $33.70 44 20 

Essex Public Building ($78.88)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Trewin: 1 m. 18 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 54 75 

Small payments: sundry supplies 24 13 

Fergus Public Building ($837.91)— 

Caretaker, T. M. Broadfoot: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Fergus Electric Light Plant: electric light, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 1,832 k.w. at 10c; meter 

$2.25; power, 9 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, 155 k.w. at 10c; meter, $2.25 203 20 

Pritchard, W. H.: coal, 27 t. at $7.45 201 15 

Small payments: wood, 1 c, $8; sundry, $25.60 33 60 

Fort Frances Public Building ($60)— 

Blackmore & Reeves: rent of building, Feb., Apr-June, 1912 60 00 

Fort William Engineer's Office ($600)— 

Murray, Vickers & Moffatt: Apr.-Feb., 1913, 9 m. at $50, 2 m. at $75 600 00 

Fort William Public Building ($2,629.08)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45.83: D. J. McCallum, 5 m.; John Skea, 7 m 549 96 

Evans, J. Hales: altering and repairing building, as per tender, $120; labour, 30 h. at 50c; 

sundry, $5.55 140 55 

Fort William City: electric light, Mar. 15, 1912-Mar. 8, 1913, 11,338 k.w. at 6 -3c; water, 

Apr. 1, 1912-Mar. 20, 1913, $90 ... 804 30 

Murphy, Jas.: coal, 70 t. at $7.50 525 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: locks, 1 doz., $15; sorting cases, 1 newspaper, $25, 1 "standard" 

$16.50; truck, style 'B,' $45; sundry, $3.82 105 32 

Piper, W. S.: f-in. hose, 50 ft., $10; floor polish, $6; 16-cp. lamps, 3 doz., $7.50; sundry, 

$28 . 85 52 35 

Whalen, W. H. Co., r. t. desk and tilter chair 50 00 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, No. 1258, 1, $29.50, No. 1264, 2 at $54; 1. c stools, 18 

at $3.50 200 50 

Small payments: cleaning carpets, $10; labour, $9; 25-w lamps, 36 at 50c; repairing doors, 

windows, &c, $22.75; 4 waste paper baskets, $20; wood, 7 c at $6; sundry, $79.33. . 201 08 

Gait Public Building ($2,859.54)— 

Caretaker, T. Barrett: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Burns, J. D.: coal, 46-22 t. at $6.89 318 46 

Dominion Natural Gas Co.: gas, Apr-Mar, 36 M cu. ft. at 45c; meter, $1 .20 17 40 

Gait City: water rates, Apr.-Mar., 22 M cu. ft. at $1.26; street sprinkling $11.60 39 38 

Gait Hydro-Electric Com.: electric light, Apr.-Mar., 2,806 k.w., $181.80; supplies, $11.90 193 70 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe as per order, $135; freight, &c, $53. 19 188 19 

Thomas & Hancock: rebuilding river wall in concrete, as per contract 1,025 00 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 6d. I.e. at $32.80, 1 at $29.50, 1 final, $54, prel., 2 at $30; 

newspaper case and bin, $62 402 30 

Small payments: altering pigeon holes, $9.70; glass, &c, $9.01; labour, 24 h. at 40c; 

moving partition, $10; painting walls and ceiling, $31.50; stools, 8 at 90c; sundry, 

$98 . 18 175 19 

Gananoque Public Building ($947.06)— 

Crouter, W. R.: linoleum, 45 yd., $30; painting, paper and kalsomining C. H., as per 

contract, $90; painting 8 letter boxes, $10; repairs, $30; sundry, $3 163 00 

Gananoque Electric L. & W. Supply Co.: electric light, Apr.-Feb., 1913, C. H., 814-4 k.w. 

at 8c, P.O., 2,749-6 k.w. at 8c; meter, $3.30; supplies, $25.34 313 77 

Gananoque Town: street sprinkling, 1912, $4.80; taxes, 1912, $4.12; water rates, 1 yr. 

to Apr. 1, 1913, 13-86 M cu. ft., $36.32 45 24 

Mitchell & Wilson: 'Blount' door check, $9.50; making pigeon hole case, $11.25;sundry, 

$32 39 53 14 

Taylor,' Jas'. & Son:' coal, 41 V. at $6 .95, 2 t. at $4 .' 85'. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. . . . '. . . . . . '. '. '. '. '. '. 294 65 

Small payments: f-in. hose, 100 ft., $17; painting and papering, $15; sundry, $45.26 77 26 

Glencoe Public Building ($951)— 

Caretaker, E. Waterworth: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Glencoe Town: electric light, Apr.-Feb., 1913, 2,051 k.w. at 10c; meter, $4.41 209 51 

Huston & Co.: coal, 4-96 t. at $6.99, 2-5 t. at $6.75, 20-01 1. at $6.74; wood, 20J c at $3; 

sundiy, $11 .85 259 90 

Small payments: labour, 15 h. at 45c; wood, 10 c at $3; sundry, $44.88 81 63 

GoderichPublic Building ($1,130.55) — 

Caretaker, A. Christal: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37 . 50 450 00 

Goderich Town: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 3,568 k.w., $192.60: meter, $1.80; 

water, 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913, $60 254 40 

Harper, Chas. J.: labour, 18 h. at 50c; h. w. thermometer, $7.50; wooden tank, copper 

lined, $14; sundry, $30.64 61 14 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 450, 702 71 

Goderich Public Building — Concluded. 

MacEwan, H. J. A.: coal, 1-58 t. at $8.25, 32-97 t. at $8; sundry, $3.25 280 08 

Small payments: electrical fixtures, $7.60; linoleum, $15; repairs, $32.65; sundry, $29.68 84 93 

Grafton Post Office: T. A. Hastings 93 

Gravenhurst Ry. Sta.: Grand Trunk Ry. Co. : painting letter box 1 05 

Guelph Public Building ($4,670.60)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66: R. McLeod, 5 m.; G. N. McLean, 7 m 499 92 

Care of clock, Savage & Co. : 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1913 50 00 

Schell, J. T. Co.: contract complete for interior fittings for post office 1, 109 00 

Allan, E.: door spring, $9; labour, 60| h. at 45c; sundry, $22.17. 58 29 

Barber, R. H.: painting, letter boxes, 43 at $1 .25, parcel receptacles, 9 at $2. v 71 75 

Canadian Revolving Door Co.: on account revolving door (voucher outstanding) 235 00 

Citizens' Gas Control Co.: rent of gas governor, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 9 63 

Cray, M. T., coal, 8-09 tons at $6.49 52 49 

Guelph City: electric light, Apr.-Mar., 9,292 k. w., $584.57; gas, Apr.-Mar., 128-7 M. 

cu. ft. at 90c; taxes, 1912, $32.93; water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1913, $29.71 763 04 

Kloepfer Coal Co.: coal, 67-26 tons at $6.88 . . 462 78 

Metcalf, Chas.: bronzing radiators, &c, $48; graining woodwork, $47; kalsomining and 

tinting, $240; painting halls, $55; painting Mr. Powell's flat, $124; sandpapering and 

varnishing doors, &c, $$.90; washing walls, repairing, tinting, &c, $84.50 ". 608 40 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: drawers, style 'C,' 21 at $2.75; post office boxes, style 'A,' 39 

at $1.80, style 'B,' 16 at $2.25, style 'C,' 22 at $2.75, style 'D,' 4 at $8; freight, $2.23; 

wicket, $8 266 68 

Rubenstein Bros.: brass grill, $14; receivers, 3 indoor, $24.50, 1 outdoor, $22; sundry, $1.60 62 10 

Smith, Frederick: gas heater, $20; sundry plumbing, $41.19 61 19 

Stevenson & Malcolm Co.: labour, 113 h. at 45c; sundry, $48.62 99 47 

Advertising , 9 66 

Small payments: cartage, $11.15; hardware, $15.70; floor oil, $8.50; labour, 21 h. at 70c; 

matting, 17 yd. at $1; removing ashes, $21.30; screen, $49; sorting case (supplied from 

stores), $20; 20 window shades, $13; sundry, $80.85 251 20 

Hamilton Custom House ($1,195.38)— 

Engineer, T. Nicholson: to Mar. 31, 1913, 8 m. at $55, 4 m. at $58.33 673 31 

Hamilton Elec L. & P. Co.: electric light, Mar. 28-June 7, 1912, fixed charge, $18.72; 

422 k. w. at 4c; meter, 80c 36 40 

Hamilton Gas Light Co.: gas, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 92-2 M. cu. ft. at $1; meter, $3.20.... 95 40 

Hamilton Hydro-Electric Co.: electric light, 7 m. to Jan. 6, 1913, 1,542 k. w 83 07 

Myles, Thos. & Son.: coal, 35 tons at $6.23 218 05 

Small payments: labour, 19 hr. at 75c, 44 h. at 60c; rent of gas governor, $2.43; repairing 

desk, shelves, &c, $10.50; revolving stools, 2 at $6; sundry, $23.57 89 15 

Hamilton Gas Inspectors & Weights and Measures Office ($183.97)' — 

Hamilton City: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913 27* 75 

Hamilton Electric Light Co.: electric lighting, Mar. 28-June 7, 1912, fixed rate, $8.24, 

31 k. w. at 4c; meter, 58c 10 08 

Hamilton Gas Light Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 4-7 M. cu. ft. at $1; meter, $1.50... 6 20 

Hamilton Hydro-Electric Co.: electric light, 7 m. to Jan. 6, 1913, 110 k. w 15 34 

Myles, Thos. & Son: coal, 20 tons at $6.23 124 60 

Hamilton Grand Trunk Railway Station ($110) — 

Patterson, J. D. & Co.: 2 new trunks, as per tender 110 00 

Hamilton Immigrations Building ($240) — 

Munro & Mead: rent of offices, 12 m. to Apr. 15, 1913, at $20 240 00 

Hamilton Inland Revenue Office ($492.37)— _ 

Johnston, Benson Co.: r. t. desk and chair 57 08 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 sections with base and top 40 29 

Thomson, P.: cleaning, tinting and varnishing as per tender 395 00 

Hamilton Post Office ($9,340.08)— 

Caretaker, A. Barnard, to Mar. 31, 1913: 1 m. at $52.16, 7 m. at $54.16, 4 m. at $58.33 664 59 

Care of clock, Thos. Lees, 1 y. to June 2, 1912, $65; cleaners, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, T. C. 

Butler, $616.64, B. Moriarity, $682, C. Partridge, $616.64, C. White, $338.75 2,319 03 

Fireman, J. Wigglesworth: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 663 80 

Burton & Baldwin Mfg. Co.: labour, 13 h. at 60c, 51 h. at 50c, 23 h. at 45c, 4 h. at 40c; 

toilet paper, $12; sundry, $4.46 61 71 

Citizens' Gas Control Co.: rent of gas governor, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1912 42 32 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co.: coal, 15-6 tons at $5.25 81 92 

Culley & Breay: cycle C. & W. fans, 14-in., 3 at $14, 10-in., 1 at $10.50; oscillating fans, 

12-in., 6 at $24; sundry, $1.20 197 70 

Electrical Supply Co.: labour, 103 h. at 45c; shades, 12 at 50c; sockets, $5.20; sundry 

supplies, $55.69 113 24 

Fairbanks & Guest: painting, letter boxes, 161 at $1.25, parcel receptacles, 50 at $1.66 284 25 

Freeth, John: removing ashes, 56 loads at $2.50 140 00 

Hamilton Cataract P., L. & Traction Co.: power, Apr. 1-June 24 8 36 

Hamilton City: water rates, 1912, $1,000; fountain, $14.15 1,014 15 

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Brought forward 463, 553 09 

Hamilton Post Office — Concluded. 

Hamilton Electric L. & P. Co.: electric light, Dec. 6-Jan. 10, 1913, 121 k. w., $12.56, 

Mar. 28-June 7, 1912, 6,957 k. w., $140.88; meter, 58c; power, Oct. 1-28, 1911, $2.46. . 156 48 

Hamilton Gas Light Co.: gas, Apr-Mar., 424 M cu. ft., $584; meter, $12; lighting 

clock, 241-3 M. cu. ft., $124.98 720 98 

Hamilton Hydro-Electric Co.: electric light, 7 m. to Jan. 6, 1913 (flat rate), $393.49; 

power, elevator, June 2-Mar. 3, 1913, $15.73, cancelling machine, July 6-Mar. 31, 

1913, $12.69; supplies, 16 c. p. lamps, 325 at 18c, 500 at 16c, sundry, $7.50 567 91 

Meade, Thos.: contract for making 8 table tops and 24 trestles, $55; sundry, $19.15 74 15 

Myles, Thos. & Sons: coal, 150 tons at $6.23, 1 ton at $7 941 50 

Nova Scotia Bank: rent of building, Dec. 7- Jan. 6, 1913 100 00 

Press, Richard & Son: making 50 tables, 100 shelves and 150 trestles, as per contract. . . . 270 00 

Toronto & Hamilton Electric Co.: ? h. p., 25 cycle, motor, $40; installing motor, $20; 

rewinding mo.tor, $20; sundry, $4.50 84 50 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 5 d. 1. c. at $29.50, 2 f. 1. c at $50, 1 at $54, 1 prei. 1. c, 

$60, 1 s. 1. c, $20, 2 1. c, at $28.60; newspaper bins, 2 at $20 478 70 

Small payments: floor oil, $20.50; hardware, $12.65; insecticide, 5 gal. at $2.10; labour, 

47 h. at 60c, 40 h. at 50c, 17 h. at 35c; 'Old Dutch' cleanser, 300 lb., $14.70; pipe, 

$9; plumbing, $23.08; repairing awnings, $20, gutter, $14, halyard, $10, truck, $19; 

waste paper baskets, 4 at $5; uniform for elevator attendant, $24; sundry, $103.21 354 79 

Hamilton Postal Station B ($786.32)— 

Hamilton E. L. & P. Co.: light, Mar. 27-Sept. 30, Nov. 28-Dec. 28, 696 k. w., $40.50; 

meter, $2.25. . .- 42 75 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : special bag rack, $65; freight, 77c ! 65 77 

Swales, C. J.: rent of office, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, at $70; water rates, $13.10 643 10 

Small payments: labour, 40 h. at 50c; sundry, $14.70 34 70 

•Harriston Post Office ($754.42)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Grisch: Nov. 8-Mar. 31 168 83 

Acetylene Construction Co.: gas, Nov .-Mar., 1913, 20-1 M. cu. ft. at $1.25 25 13 

Howes, John.: coal, 44-08 tons at $9; electric light, Nov. 1-Feb. 11, 1913, 50 lamps at 2c 

per n. per 1.; lamps, 60-w., 17 at $1.10, 40-w., 34 at 90c 549 06 

Small payments: sundry 13 40 

Hawkesbury Public Building ($894.73)— 

Caretaker, A. Marleau: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33. 33 399 96 

Beaulne, L. P.: brooms, $16.20; floor oil, $6; paint, $12.60; soap, $10.60; sundry, $51.70. . 97 10 

Berthiaume, F. X.: coal, 25- 18 tons at $8 201 47 

Hawkesbury Electric L. & P. Co.: electric light, 1,389-4 k. w. at 8c; meter, $1.80; sup- 
plies, $2.45 115 40 

Hawkesbury Town: water rates, 1912 18 00 

Small payments: wood, 10 cords at $3; sundry, $32.80 62 80 

Huntsville Railway Station: Grand Trunk Ry. Co. : painting letter box 1 05 

Ingersoll Public Building ($1,317.12) — 

Caretaker, J. McDonald: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Ingersoll Gas Light Co.: gas, Apr.-Mar., 59-3 M. cu. ft. at $1.20; meter, $3 74 15 

Ingersoll Town: electric light, Apr -Feb., 3,516 k. w. at 9c; supplies, $16.80; water, 9 

m. to Jan. 1913, 61 M cu. ft., $9.54, meter, $2.50 345 28 

Nagle & Mills: cement, $9; enlarging platform, $11; labour, 80 h. at 60c, 60 h. at 35c; 

sundry, $2.39 ; 91 39 

Scott & Daniels: coal, 35 t. at $7.75, 1 t. at $7.50 278 75 

Small payments: labour, $10.35; painting letter boxes, $8.75; papering two rooms, 

$12; wood, 2 cords at $3.50; sundry $39.45 77 55 

Kenora Public Building ($1,389.16) — 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. Link: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33. 33 399 96 

Henderson, W. A.: cartage, $5; wood, 10 cords at $6 65 00 

Horn & Taylor: t. w. desk and 2 chairs. $50; sundry, $8.10 58 10 

Kenora Town: electric light, 9 m. to Jan. 3, 1913, 4,688-5 k. w., $284.06, meter, $2.70; 

water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $70.76 ' 357 52 

Windatt & Co.: coal, 36-5 t. at $9.95 363 18 

Small payments: coal oil, $5.25; electrical supplies, $15.60; labour, 48 h. at 45c; making 

cupboard, $20; plumbing, $16.40; soap, $7.25; sundry, $59.30 145 40 

Kincardine Public Building ($934.96)— 

Caretaker, G. D. Morrison: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $20.83 249 96 

Harvie, W. : decorating post office, as per tender 50 00 

Kincardine Town: electric light, Apr.-Sept., 1912, 1,895 k. w. at 10c, meter, $1.50; water 

rates, 6 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, $10; decorating post office for 'Old Boys Reunion,' $49.08. 250 08 

Wilson, J. W.: coal, 5-17 t. at $7.40, 32-31 t. at $7.20 270 85 

Small payments: coal, 3-48 t. at $7.25, 4-4 t. at $7 ; dustbane, $8.50 ; removing ashes, 

$7; tungsten lamps, &c, $9; sundry, $33.50 114 07 

Kingston Custom House ($960.86)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. Stanburg, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $16.66; labourer, S. L. Spencer, 

9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $18 361 92 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 473, 741 78 

Kingston Custom House — Concluded. 

Kingston City : electric light, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 409 k. w. at 10c, meter, $1.50; gas, 

9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 34-1 M. cu. ft. at $1, meter, $1.50; street sprinkling, 1912, $4.85; 

water rates, 1912, $54.40 137 25 

Payne, Geo. A.: repairing windows, doors, locks, &c., labour, 162 h. at 45c, materials, 

$27 . 15 100 05 

Taylor & Hamilton: repairs to plumbing, &c., labour, 58 h. at 50c, pipe, $9.12, sundry 

material, $16.47 '. 54 59 

Walsh, P.: coal, 24 t. at $6.90 165 60 

Small payments: chair, $10; electrical supplies, $10.30; hose, 100 ft., $15; supplying 

plants and caring for grounds, $40; 'Wilton' rug, $20; sundry, $46.15 141 45 

Kingston Inland Revenue ($2,761.75)— 

Caretaker, J. Lawless, 12 m. to Mar. 31, at $41.66; stokers, P. Clark, $75, Jas. Loughern, 

$60 634 92 

Committee, Miss Helen Herchmer: rent of building, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 1, 321 50 

Kingston City: electric light, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 395 k. w. at 10c, meter, $1.50; gas, 

9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 17 M cu. ft. at $1, meter, $1.50; taxes, 1912, $437.93; water 

rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, 57-3 M. cu. ft., $109.08 606 51 

Lemmon & Sons: plumbing, labour, 55 h. at 60c, materials, $28.35 61 35 

Peters, John: repairs, labour, 156 h. at 45c, materials, $9.54 . 79 74 

Small payments: removing ashes, $21; repairing doors, &c, $10.48; sundry, $26.25 57 73 

Kingston Military Stores ($1,000)— 

Polley, T. J.: rent of building, 1 y. to Feb. 1, 1913 1,000 00 

Kingston Post Office ($3,187)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Kehoe: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $52.50 630 00 

Kingston City: electric light, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 6,490 k. w. at 10c, meter, $1.50; gas, 

9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 302-8 M. cu. ft. at $1, meter, $2.25; street sprinkling, 1912, $4.40; 

water rates, 1912, $55.10 1,015 05 

Lemmon & Sons: plumbing repairs 65 41 

McMahon, T. & Co.: painting, letter boxes 59 at $1.25, parcel receptacles, 20 at $2.25; 

sundry, $42.31 161 06 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: truck, style XXX, $60; freight, $1 .75 61 75 

Oldfin, John W. & Co.: gas mantles, 128 at 15c; globes, 50 at 20c; electric lamps, 4 doz., 

$13.20 ; 'Mazda' lamps, 60-w., 13 at $1.25; labour, 60 h. at 40c; sundry, $53.14.. 135 79 

Payne, Geo. A.: repairing doors, locks, windows, &c, labour, 637 h. at 45c, lumber, &c, 

$59.29 345 94 

Smith & Ryan: 'Mazda' lamps, 150-w., 1 at $1.50, 100-w., 3 at $1.25, 40-w., 79 at 75c; 

3 portable desk lamps, $9.75; 'Sunbeam' lamps, 32 c p., 12 at 25c, 16 c p., 13 at 20c; 

'Tungsten' lamps, 250 w., 6 at $4, 150-w., 1 at $2, 40-w., 12 at 75c; sundry, $20 134 85 

Taylor & Hamilton : plumbing repairs, grate bars for furnace, $19.34, labour, 86 h. at 

50c, pipe, &c, $45; sundry, $78.40 185 74 

Supplies from stores: 2 bins at $20; 3 f. 1. sorting cases at $54 202 00 

Small payments: awnings, 3 at $5.50; coal, 4 t. at $6.90; hose, 100 ft., $15; removing 

ashes, &c, 93 1. at 50c; repairing truck, $16; caretaker's supplies, $22.30; sundry, 

$105.51 249 41 

Leamington Public Building ($970)— 

Caretaker, J. W. Ross: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50. .. . 450 00 

Foster, Henry: building storm porch, $80; door check and spring, $10.50; sundry, $3.35 93 85 

Leamington L. & H. Co.: electric light, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, $237.30; meter, $3 240 30 

Leamington Town: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913 21 00 

Smith, Ed.: coal, 15 t. at $7. 50 112 50 

Small payments: brooms, $5.50; electric lamps, 24 at 25c; wood, 5 cords at $3; sundry, 

$25.85 52 35 

Lindsay Public Building ($1,046.13)— 

Caretaker, W. Healey: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Anderson, Nugent & Co.: desk set of pigeon holes, and revolving stool, $60.50; sundry, 

70c 61 20 

Baker Lumber Co.: coal, If t, at $8.25, 16 t. at $8 140 38 

Flavelles, Ltd.: coal, l\ t. at $8.25; 16 t. at $8; wood, $11.90 152 28 

Lindsay L. H. & P. Co.: electric light (flat rate), 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, 53 lights, $107.04; 

supplies, $9. 77 116 81 

Lindsay Town: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913 30 00 

Small payments: covering steps with wood, $13; labour, 12 h. at 65c, 20 h. at 30c; 

sundry, $68 . 66 95 40 

Listowel Public Building ($718.23)— 

Caretaker, A. Bailey: Nov. 28-Mar. 31 at $33.33 136 65 

Hay, John C. & Son: coal, 4-15 t. at $8.25, 55 t. at $8 474 23 

Listowel Town: electric light, Oct. 22-Mar. 1, 1913, 770 k. w. at 10c; water rates, 3 m. 

to Apr. 1, 1913, $2.50 79 50 

Small payments: sundry , 27 85 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 434, 023 83 

London Custom House ($2,854.15)— 

Caretaker, W. Greer: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $33.33 399 96 

Engineer, M. Malkern: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Colerick, Henry: decorating building, as per tender 175 00 

Colerick Bros.: labour, 111 h. at 45c.; re-glazing lights, &c, $35.60 85 55 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co.: coal, 10-98 t. at $5.60 61 50 

Everett, Geo.: fire-bricks, 450, $15.30; fire clay, 7 cwt., $3.50; labour, 64 h. at 60c, 

32 h. at 35c; sundry, $7.80 76 20 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, as per order, $210; freight, &c, $5.85 215 85 

Gray, Patrick: removing ashes, &c, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $6 66 00 

London City: water rates, 9 m. to Jan. 15, 1913 91 89 

London City Gas Co.: gas, Apr.-Mar., 553-1 M cu. ft. at 90c; meter, $2.40 500 19 

London Electric Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, 3,921 k. w. at 4|c; supplies, 40c. 176 86 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : d. f . t. desks, 2 at $47; freight, $1.71 95 71 

Young, Geo. C.: covering stone steps, repairing windows, doors, shelves, &c, hinges, 

2 sets, $9, labour, 110 h. at 45c, lumber $17.48, sundry, $34.70 110 68 

Small payments: awning, $11 ; hardware, $14.36 ; labour, 60| h. at 50c ; moving safe ' 

$8; plumbing, $23.90; toilet paper, $16; wood, 6£ cord at $6; sundry, $58.25 198 76 

London Engineer's Office ($375)— 

Merchants' Bank of Canada: rent of office, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1912 375 00 

London Post Office ($4,903.97)— 

Caretaker, J. Gilbank, to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $41.66; cleaner, Mrs. B. Gilbank, Apr.- 
Mar., $313. 812 92 

Engineers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50: Wm. Service, 2 m.; D. Regan, 10 m 600 00 

Bartlett, W. H. F.: cleaning ashes, &c, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $6; sundry, $1 73 00 

Gas Appliance Co.: 'Wels, Loop' mantles, 275 at 25c; sundry fixtures, *>40.63 109 38 

Langford, A. A. Co.: chairs, 2 at $10, 1 at $7; 4 desks, $70, $55, 2 at $35; stools, $37; toilet 

paper, $24;. wardrobe $25 308 00 

London City: water rates, 9 m. to Jan. 15, 1913 52 50 

London City Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 28, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, 2,274-2 M cu. ft. at 90c; meter, 

$8 . 52 : 2, 055 30 

London Electric Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1912, 1,316 k. w. at 4|c; supplies, 

$4. 15 63 37 

Noble & Rich: repairs to plumbing, labour, $31.40, pipe, $6, radiator, $20, safety-valve, 

$9.60, sundry, $25.20 92 20 

Sanders & Robson: building, partition, $36; decorating building as per tender, $200; 

labour, $12.51; sundry, $43.88 292 39 

Supplies from stores: 1. c sorting cases, 2 at $28.60 57 20 

Small payments : brick, $6.80; brooms, $10.50; chairs, $12; coal, 7-26 t. at $5.60 ; desk, 

$8,50; hardware, $18.85; insecticide, 5 gal., $10.50; labour, 26 h. at 60c, 26 h. at 35c; 

linoleum, 27 yd. at 55c ; plastering, $20.40 ; repairing locks, furniture, &c, $89 30; 
'soap, $9; stools, $13; rubber tired wheels, $10; waste paper baskets, 4 at $5; sundry, 

$78.66 387 71 

L'Orignal Public Building ($125)— 

Chatelain, Alex.: rent of building, 12 m. to Apr. 1, 1913 125 00 

Markham Public Building ($770.56)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Wales: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Markham Village: electric light, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, 615 k.w. at 10c; meter, $3; supplies, 

$8.40 72 90 

Welsh, R.: coal, 12-03 t. at $7.30 87 84 

Small payments: sundry 9 82 

Morrisburg Public Building ($288)— 

Weegar, J. E.: building store house on wharf, as per contract, $260; installing electric 

lights, $25; building platform, $3 288 00 

Mount Forest Public Building ($514.72)— 

Caretaker, W. L. Smith: Nov. 8-Mar. 31, 1913, at $30 143 00 

Mount Forest Town: electric light, 4 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 853 k.w. at 10c; meter, 40c; 

water .rates, Jan.-Mar., 1913, $4.83 90 53 

Tangney, T. F.: coal, 29-495 t. at $8 235 96 

Small payments: dustbane, $7.50; hose, $7.50; "Old Dutch" cleanser, $7.50; wood, 

$10.50; sundry, $12.23 45 23 

Muskoka Wharf ($1.05) — 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co.: painting letter box 1 05 

Napanee Public Building ($1,241.54)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. C. E. Webster: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Boyle & Son: floor oil, $6; galv. stove, $8; gaskets, 2 sets, $7.50; glass, $7.20; mantles, 

4doz.,$12; repacking boilers and cleaning pipes, $12.75; repairing pump, $5.25; sundry, 

$51 .38 110 08 

Gleeson, P.: coal, 4 t. at $7.50, 36 t. at $7.25 291 00 

Napanee Gas Co.: gas, Apr. 1-Oct. 29, 1912, 60-4 M. cu ft 73 99 

Napanee Waterworks Co.: water, 1 y. to May 1, 1913 79 35 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 494,910 62 

Napanee Public Building— Concluded. 

Seymour Power and Electric Co. and Napanee Gas Co.: gas, Oct. 29-Feb. 25, 1913, 87-1 

M cu. ft., $92.10; 40-w. lamps, 13 at 90c, 32 at 85c; sundry, $1.20 132 20 

Small payments: brooms, $6; coal, $7; papering room, $10; putting on and removing 

storm windows, $9; sundry, $23 55 00 

Niagara Falls Public Building ($1,483.77)— 

Caretaker, J. C. Brown: to Mar. 31, 1913, 2 m. at $49.16, 10 m. at $53. 33 631 62 

Hutchings, J. E. & Co.: coal, 4-99 t. at $6.15, 49-52 t. at $5.66. '. 311 00 

Niagara Falls City: electric light, Apr -Feb., 1913, custom house, 290 k.w. at 4c, post 

office, 5,666 k.w. at 4c; taxes, 1912, $11.60; water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, $25.39.. 275 17 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: f. t. desk, r. t. desk, and 3 chairs 126 00 

Small payments: decorating walls, &c, $30; dustbane, $13; 16 cp. lamps, 100 at 18c; 
40-w. tungsten lamps, 25 at 60c; soap, $9.25; 1. c sorting case, supplied from stores, 

$20; sundry, $34. 73 139 98 

North Bay Public Building ($3,490.31)— 

Caretaker, L. A. Gauthier: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $55 660 00 

Burrows & Parmalee: 100 w. lamps, 7 at $1.50, 60-w. lamps, 9 at $1.10, 40-w. lamps, 7 at 

90c; labour 38i h. at 45c; sundry, $22.19 66 11 

Cherry, S. J.: cleaning drain, $8.47; grate bars, $16.15; labour, 81 h. at 45c; sundry, 

$82.28 143 35 

Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd.: ash sifter, $5; chloride of lime, $15.12; dustbane, $27; 

floor oil, $11.05; mop rags, $10; soap, $13.80; sundry, $115.20 197 17 

Ecliose M'fg. Co.: metallic fittings for post office, as per contract 894 43 

Leak, B. S. : removing rock from grounds, as per tender 125 00 

Lindsay & McCluskey: coal, 8-55 t., $56.83; wood, 3 cords at $5.50 73 33 

North Bay Fuel Supply: coal, 65-01 1. at $7.80; wood, $5.50 512 58 

North Bay L. H. & P. Co.: electric light, Apr.-Feb., 3,812 k.w. at 8c, 2,295 k.w. at 4-lc 399 07 

North Bay Town: water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 27 00 

Sewell, J. W.: labour, 94 h. at 40c; dressed pine, 550 ft., $25; sundry, $28.70 91 30 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 1 prel. $30, 1 final, $50; case and bin, $31 Ill 00 

Small payments: chair, $9; desk, $26.25; t. w. desk and chair, $45; matting, 27 y. at 
70c; painting 6 letter boxes, $7.50; removing ashes, 18 1. at $1; sprinkling streets, 

$11; sundry, $54.32 189 97 

Orangeville Public Building ($962.48)— 

.Caretaker, D. McPherson: to Mar. 31, 1913, 3 m. at $33.33, 9 m. at $50 549 99 

Dufferin Light and Power Co.: electric light, Apr. 1, 1912-Feb. 5, 1913, 1,998 k.w. at 8c. 159 86 

Hannah, C. C. G.: coal, 24 t. at $7.25 174 00 

Orangeville Town: water rates, 1 y. to June 30, 1913 20 00 

Small payments: brooms, $11.70; coal, 2 t. at $7; glass for letter boxes, 46 pes. at 20c; 

sundry, $23.73 58 63 

Orillia Public Building ($1,257.96)— nn a 

Caretaker, J. Frawley: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Bennett, W. L.: building platform, $12; 2 door checks, $12.50; labour, 70 h. at 35c; 

sundry, $15.87 64 87 

Eaton, J. R. & Son: coal, 3 t. at $7.90, 30 t. at $7.65 253 20 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: post office boxes, style "A", 120 at $1.80, style "B", 8 at 

$2.25, style "C", 8 at $2.75; repairing boxes, &c, $26.06 282 06 

Orillia Hardware Co.: covering and repacking boiler, $18; installing sink, $12; sundry. 

$23 . 93 53 93 

Orillia Town: electric light (flat rate), to Mar. 22, 1913, 8 m. at $7.44, 4 m. at $11.04; 

water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, $32.50 136 18 

Small payments: brooms, $6.60; electrical fixtures, $17.33; painting letter boxes, 12 at 

$1.25; soap, chips, $6.30; wood, 2 cords at $4.50; sundry, $13.53 67 76 

Oshawa Public Building ($811.25) — 

Caretaker, A. W. Brodie: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Oshawa City Gas Co.: electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 1,466 k.w. at 8c; gas, 12 

ra. to Mar. 31. 1913, 122-3 M cu. ft., $105.69; meter, $1.80 : 224 74 

Oshawa Town: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, 8 M cu. ft. at $1, 9-54 M cu. ft. at 50c, 

meter, $7; street sprinkling, $7.87 27 61 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $8; floor oil, $8.83; 6 screens, $10.50; wood, $6.50; 

sundrv, $25. 15 58 98 

Ottawa Experimental Farm ($3,396.50)— 

Argue & McColl: wood, 4 cords at $7, 3| cords at $6.75, 1 cord at $6.50, 1 cord at $5.75, 

1 cord at $4 67 90 

Barrett Bros.: wood, 5 cords at $7.50; on account wood, voucher outstanding, $40 /7 50. 

Bell Telephone Co. : clock line service, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 350 00 

Heney, John & Son: wood, 5 cords at $8.75, 5 cords at $8.25 85 00 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd.: gasoline, 5 brl 74 85 

Ottawa Electric Co.: electric light, Jan. 26-Sept. 13, 1912, 2,158 k.w. at 7-2c; meter, 

$6.35 161 80 

Queen City Oil Co.: gasoline, 10 brl 142 88 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 504, 063 52 

Ottawa Experimental Farm — Concluded. 

Ray, C. C. Co.: coal, 25 t. at $7.60, 65 t. at $7.40, 138-85 t. at $7.20 1,670 72 

Topley Co.: photostat camera, complete with Cooper Hewitt tubes 762 40 

Small payments: sundry 3 45 

Ottawa Public Building ($184.70)— 

Advertising 5 70 

Supplies from stock: sorting cases, 6 newspaper at $20, 2 prel. letter, at $29 .50 179 00 

Owen Sound Public Building ($1,663.04)— 

Caretaker, H. Wright: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33. 33 399 96 

Davis-Smith-Malone Co^: coal, 75 t. at $7.25, 32-18 t. at $6.95 767 44 

Office Specialty M'ig. Co.: 1. c. sorting case, $50; freight, $1 .62 51 62 

Owen Sound Town: electric light, Mar. 1-Dec. 1, 1912, Jan. 1-Mar. 1, 1913, 3,416 k.w. at 

4-8c, meter, $1.87; gas, Apr. 1-Oct. 29, 1912, 13-3 M. cu. ft. at $1.20, 34-3 M. cu. ft. 

at $1, meter, $1 .50, water rates, 1912, $50 267 62 

Pickard, Fred.: painting, papering, &c, as per tender 60 00 

Small payments: brooms, $9; canopy top for gas range, $7; linseed oil soap, 1 keg, $10; 

40-w. Mazda lamps, 12 at 65c; removing ashes, 8 1. at $1 .50; taking down and storing 

storm windows, $12; wood, 4 cords at $3; sundry, $46.60 116 40 

Paris Public Building ($742.43)— 

Caretaker, Sam Lee: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Cunningham & Co.: boiler section, $30; labour, $18; sundry, $9.15 57 15 

Paris Town: electric light, Apr. 1-Feb. 1, 1913, 436-8 k.w. at 8c, 417-9 k.w. at 7c; taxes, 

1912, $16; water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $45.60 125 87 

Taylor, Geo. E.i coal, 22-57 t. at $6. 25 141 10 

Small payments: sundry 18 35 

Parkhill Public Building ($501.69)— 

Caretaker, W. H. Taylor: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $16.66 199 92 

Baird, H. C, Son & Co.: electric light, Mar. 1-Dec. 1, 1912, 373-2 k.w., $33.17, meter, 

$1.75; Dec-Jan., (fiat rate), $20; supplies, $7.60 62 52 

Leary, W.: coal, 13 t. at $7 91 00 

Mark, W. H. & Co.: coal, 1-92 t. at $7.25, 14-54 t. at $7 115 79 

Small payments: gasoline, $14.46; sundry, $18.. 4 32 46 

Pembroke Public Building ($1,175.33)— 

Caretaker, H. Church: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Dunlop&Co.: coal, 5-14 t. at $8.75, 32-94 t. at $8.50; sundry, $13.86 338 89 

Pembroke Electric Light Co.: electric light, 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1913 (flat rate), $228; 

sundry, $7. 16 235 16 

Pembroke Town: water rates, 1 y. to July 1, 1913 36 00 

Stapleton, P. J.: wood, 6 cords at $5, 3 cords at $4 42 00 

Small payments: "Brussels" rug, $32; glass, &c, $11.53; repairing ceiling, $11; repairing 

clock, $15; window shades, $6.50; sundry, $47.29 123 32 

Penetanguishene Public Building ($24.01) — 

Small payments: cabinet, $16; sundry, $8.01 24 01 

Peterborough Custom House ($967.30)— 

Caretaker, B. McGill: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25.- 300 00 

Chamberlain Metal Weatherstrip Co.: supplying weather strips for 64 windows and 6 

doors, 1,500 ft. at 10c; sundry, $4 154 00 

Library Bureau of Canada: oak book case, with cornice, base, 3 units and 6 ends 165 00 

Peterborough City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913 50 00 

Peterborough Light & Power Co.: electric light, Mar. 8, 1912-Mar. 5, 1913, 1,318 k.w. at 

10c; gas, Oct. 9-Mar. 5, 1913, 14-9 M. cu. ft., $18.64 150 44 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $13.32; removing ashes, $10; repairing slate roof, &c, 

$19.80; repairing window shades, $24.14; supplying plants for 2 flower beds, $10; 

varnishing linoleum, $12; wood, 3 c at $4; "Yale" door check, $6: sundry, $40.60 147 86 

Peterborough Post Office ($2,063.22)— 

Caretaker, G. Stenton: to Mar. 31, 1912, 2 m. at $37.50, 10 m. at $45.83 533 30 

Care of clock, W. E. Masson, 2 yr. to June 30, 1912, $100; charwoman, Mrs. G. Cooms, 

10 m, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $6.25 162 50 

Fair, Robt. & Co.: linoleum, 90 yd. at 75c; laying linoleum, $5.65 73 15 

Fitzgerald, J. E. A.: coal, 21 -lit. at $7.70 162 60 

Hutchinson, Geo. & Sons: installing 2 radiators, &c, $118; sundry, $8.95 126 95 

Masson, W. E.: cleaning tower clock, $25; locking lever, $10; suspension spring, $15; repairs, 

$2.50 52 50 

Ontario Coal Co.: coal, 20-02 t. at $7.70 154 19 

Peterborough City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $75; turning off water three times, 

$3 78 00 

Peterborough Light & Power Co.: electric light (flat rate), to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at 

$17; gas, Mar. 8, 1912-Mar. 4, 1913, 31-1 M cu. ft., $38.90 242 90 

Scott, W. Co.: coal, 10-28 t. at $7 71 96 

Turner, J. J.: flag pole, $30; flags, $15.25; painting letter boxes, 44 at $1.25; parcel recep- 
tacles, 8 at $2; renting decorating material, $75 191 25 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. S cts. 

Brought forward 513 > 607 89 

Peterborough Post Office.— Concluded. 

Small payments: building cupboard, $15; labour, 63 h. at 40c; 16 c.p. lamps, 36 at 20c; 
removing ashes, 14 loads at 75c; repairing locks, &c, $30.80; repairing slat shades, 
$11.98; I.e. sorting case (supplied from stores), $28.60; 'Yale' door checks, $7.50; 

sundry, $77.14 213 92 

Petrolia Public Building ($1,108.49)— nn 

Caretaker, Jas. Shaw: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Ferguson, W. W. & Co.: linoleum, 91 yds. at $1; sundry, 75c; 91 75 

Petrolia Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913 • 47 7b 

Petrolia Utilities Co.: electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 2,168 k.w. at 10£c, meter, 

$2:40; gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 885 M. cu. ft. at 18c, meter, $5.40; supplies, $10.75. . 405 61 

Small payments: chairs, 2 at $11.50; door spring, $6.50; installing wash basin, $15; painting, 

varnishing, &c, $23; table, $16; sundry, $29.87 113 37 

Picton Public Building ($1,803.09)— 

Caretakers, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: Mrs. D. Welbanks, Mar. 1-19, 1912, %$ m. at $37.50; 
at $33.33, N. Welsh, Mar. 20-May 31, 2Jf m., Mrs. N. Welsh, June-Sept., D. Ringer, 

Oct.-Mar., 1913 435 84 

Carter Bros.: copper spring, $6; labour, 26| h. at 40c; sundry,$49.14 , r t it 

Fraser, G. E. & Sons: linoleum, 123 yds. at $1.25 Jo* 75 

Hepburn Bros.: coal, 3 t. at $7.50, 30 t. at $7.25 240 00 

Hutchinson, J.: cleaning cess pool twice, $66.05; removing ashes, $7 'o Uo 

Picton Town: electric light, Apr.-Mar., 1,046 k.w. at 8c; supplies, $12.99; water rates, 

1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, $27 : •••••• ■ - v 123 67 

Wright, Frank T.: alterations to building, as per tender, $625; building cabinet, $15; 

changing counter and cutting door ; $25 ?5 S 

Small payments: wood, 2 c at $6; sundry, $34.04 4b 04 

Porcupine Custom House ($354.21)— - 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, as per order, $310; freight and packing $26.71 33b 71 

Hart, Z. : moving safe from station to custom house 17 50 

Port Arthur Engineer's Office ($508.25)— 

Andrew, T. N.: rent of office, 5 m. to Sept. 1, 1912, at $12.50 62 50 

Carrick, J. J.: rent of office, 3 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, at $40 120 00 

General Realty Corporation: rent of office, Sept.-Oct., Dec .-Feb., 5 m. at $12.50 62 oO 

Hewitson, McEachern: rent of office, 6 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, at $40 240 00 

Port Arthur City: electric light, 6 m. to June 30, 1912, $8.25; rent of telephone, 6 m. to Sept. 

* 30, 1912, $15 23 25 

Port Arthur Immigration Office ($136.85)— 

Port Arthur City: electric light, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 923 k.w., $34.95; supplies, $1.50; 

water rates, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, $12.40 ... ^ ... 48 85 

Walsh, Louis, Coal Co.: coal, 1 1. at $8.50, 3 t. at $8.25, 2 t. at $7; wood, 2 c (cut) at $7.50, 

1 c -at $5.75 /•••;;; 

Small payments: 25 w. tungsten lamps, 1 doz., $9; sundry, $11 /u w 

Port Arthur Public Building ($1,920.16)— 

Caretaker, D. McKenzie: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45.83 549 96 

Port Arthur City: electric light (flat rate), 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $324.32; water rates, 

1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 263-3 M. gal., $192.79; removing ashes, $18 535 11 

Walsh, Louis, Coal Co.: coal, 4 t. at $7.65, 50 t. at $7.40 400 60 

Worthington, John: painting, letter boxes, 33 at $1.25; parcel receptacles, 8 at $1.50. . . . 53 25 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 1 I.e., $28.60, 2 final I.e., $54, $50; I.e. stools, 15 at $3.50 18o 10 

Small payments: 30 gal. boiler, $10; boiled oil, $7; dustbane, 1 brl., $12.50; electrical 
supplies, $13.50; labour, 9 h. at 60c; plumbing, $31.39; 9 ft. twin smoke pipe fitted 

to boiler, $9.50; waste paper baskets, 4 at $5; wood, 4 c at $5; sundry, $66.85 196 14 

Port Burwell Engineer's Office ($25)— o . nn 

Brough, W. C: rent of office, Apr .-July, Sept., 1912, 5 m. at $5 25 UU 

Port Colborne Public Building ($1,213.08)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Armstrong: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Augustine, A. E.: final estimate of contract for interior fittings 355 00 

Carter, Geo. Dew: coal, 15 1, at $7 }Jo 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: changing 201 locks, $180; sundry $1.19 181 19 

Port Colborne Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913 jy 00 

Sterling Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 342 M. cu. ft. at 30c 102 60 

Advertising 

Small payments: labour, 4 d. at $2; smoke stack, $5.95; sundry $25.03 38 98 

Port Hope Public Building ($1,551.53)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50; Jas. Curtis, Urn.: John Elliott, 1 m 450 00 

Brown, E. & Co.: coal, 5 t. at $7.65, 40 t. at $7.40; wood, 1J c, $7.50 341 75 

Consumers' Gas Co.: 41 arc lamps (for gas) 91 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: key boxes style 'A,' 135 at $1.80; style 4 B,' 24 at $2.25; key 

drawers, style 'C,' 3 at $2.75, style 'D,' 3 at $5.50; freight, $2.11 323 86 

Port Hope Gas Light Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1912, 189.4 M cu. ft. at $1.25- meter, 90c 237 65 

Port Hope Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912, 60.28 gal. at 25c; meter, $2 17 10 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 522, 352 30 

Port Hope Public Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: building platform, as per contract, $42.50; painting letter boxes, 10 at 

$1.25; plumbing, $8.40; sundry, $26.77 90 17 

Port McNicoll Custom Office ($199.76)— 

Stephens, W. J, : cartage 5 00 

Taylor, J. J.: safe, as per order, $189; freight, $5.76 194 76 

Prescott Public Building ($1,935.08)— 

Caretaker, R. Birks: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Charwomen, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $5: Mrs. Countryman, 4 m.; Mrs. Wilson, 8 m 60 00 

Appleton, Geo.: 3 'Blount' door checks, one with spring, $28; building oak steps, $20; 

fitting up boiler, cleaning pipes, &c, $10; labour, 6 d. at $3, 9 h. at 75c, 20 h. at 50c, 

50 h. at 40c; 16 c.p. lamps, $6; range boiler, $12; red rubber, lfrlbs. at 80c; repairing 

flag pole, $18; repairing electric system, labour, $45, material, $40; sundry, $83.65 325 40 

Buckly, Jas.: coal, 50 t. at $6.10; wood, 16 c at $4 369 00 

Freeman, R. G.: 11 chairs, $130; desks, 2 at $41 212 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: base, $5.75; freight, $1.28; 3 sections, $20.75, $18, $15; top, 

$3.25 64 03 

Prescott Town: electric light, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, custom house, 349-9 k.w. at 9c, 

post office, 2,738 k.w. at 9c; water rates, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, $120 397 91 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $11.59; travel of J. B. Charleson, $23.45; sundry, 

$21.70 56 74 

Renfrew Public Building ($1,436.69)— 

Caretaker, R, Sim: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33. 33 399 96 

Jennings, Syd.: 9'awnings at $6; sundry, $4.50 58 50 

Renfrew Electric Co: electric light, Apr-.Mar., 4,779 k.w. at 10c; meter, $1.35; supplies, 

$10.85; water rates, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, $25 ■ 515 10 

Renfrew Manufacturing Co.: 2 tables with pigeon holes, $27, $25; sundry, $3.50 55 50 

Ward, Jas.: coal, 4-9 t. at $8.20, 39-54 t, at $8 356 50 

Small payments: extending lawn service, $8; installing register, $9.25; plumbing, $10.95; 

sundry, $22.93 51 13 

Ridgetown Public Building: Ridgetown Town, rent of post office, 11 m. to Nov. 30, 1912, 

at $25.00 275 00 

Sandwich Public Building ($857.92)— 

Caretaker, J. McLeod,: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $29. 16 349 92 

Hutchinson, A. G.: coal, 30-42 t. at $7.40 225 16 

Sandwich Town: water rates, July 1, 19U-Mar. 31, 1913 20 43 

Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Ry.: electric light, 1,662 k.w., $146.77; meter, $1.70 148 47 

Windsor Gas Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 71 M cu. ft. at 25c, 136 M cu. ft. at 30c. . . 58 55 

Small payments: door check, $7.50; labour, 11 h. at 60c; wood, 6 c at $3; sundry, $23.29 55 39 

Sarnia Public Building ($1,466.85)— 

Caretaker, J. H. Dyble: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45.83 549 96 

Care of clock, Jas. Barr: 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912 50 00 

Brown, W. A.: coal, 46 t. at $7.20 331 20 

Sarnia Gas & Elec L. Co.: electric light, Apr.-Mar., 2,161-7 k.w. at 7-2c, 3,146-3 k.w. 

at 6-3c; meter, $5; gas, Apr.-Mar., 24 M cu. ft. at 30c; meter, $1.20 ' 367 32 

Sarnia Town: taxes, 1912, $18.86; water rates, 1 yr. to Sept. 30, 1913, $40 58 86 

Small payments: case of shelves, $35; chair, $8.50; hardware, $19.64; putting on and 

removing storm windows, $11.07; removing ashes, 13 1. at 50c; window shades, $9; 

sundry, $19.80 109 51 

Bault Ste. Marie Public Building ($2,343.18)— 

Caretaker, P.J. Racine: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37. 50 450 00 

Charwoman, Mrs. E. Racine: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $15 180 00 

Algoma Wood Yard: wood, 12 c at $6.50, 3 c at $4T 90 00 

Canadian Electric Co.: 16 c.p. lamps, 18 doz. at $3; sundry, $3.35 ; 57 35 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet sections, $35.25; 1 c stools, 7 at $4; 2 upright cabinets 

$29.50, $24.50; sundry, $3.51 120 76 

Sault St. Marie Coal & Wood Co.: coal, 86-38 t. at $8.25 712 64 

Tagona Water & Light Co.: electric light, Mar.-Nov., 1912, 2,131 k.w. at 10c, 1,989 k.w. 

at 5c," 165 k.w. at 2c, meter, $4.50; water, June 20, 1911-Sept. 23, 1912, 43-19 M cu.ft. 

at $1.50, 1-47 M cu. ft. at 50c 385 87 

Thompson Ltd.: bunting, 951 yd. at 5c; flags, 6 doz. at $1.50; sundry, $9.70 66 25 

Supplies from stores: 2 1. c. sorting cases at $29 . 50 59 00 

Small payments: arm chair, $18; glass, $8; hat rail, $3; hardware, $31.02; labour, 120 h. 

at 40c, 20 h. at 35c, 88 h. at 25c; paper receptacle, $8; table, $9; toilet paper, $11; 

sundry, $56 . 29 221 31 

Simcoe Public Building ($906.79)— 

Caretaker, N. Porter: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $40 480 00 

Dominion Natural Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 904 M cu. ft., $195; meter, $1.20; 

sundry, $5.45. . ._ ^ < 201 65 

Doughty, G.: pointing walls and repairing coping, etc, $17.50; plastering fire walls, $22; 

repairing chimney, $10 . 50 50 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 531, 688 60 

Simcoe Public Building — Concluded. 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : truck, style XXX, $60; freight, $2 . 59 62 59 

Simcoe Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912 20 00 

Small payments: 9 arc globes, $13.50; building storm porch, $35; door check, $6; dust- 
bane, $9.50; electrical supplies, $9.50; sundry, $19.05 • 92 55 

Smiths Falls Public Building ($1,125.14)— 

Caretaker, R. W. Lewis: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Citizens' Electric Co.: electric light, Apr.-Mar., 3,491 k.w. at 8c; meter, $3; supplies, 

$13.30 295.58 

Foster & Co.: coal, 2-5 t. at $7.75, 12-55 t. at $7.25 110 40 

Graham, Thos.: coal, 2-5 t. at $7.75, 12-5 t. at $7.25 110 00 

Jason Island Planing Factory: making and erecting flag pole and removing old pole, as 

per agreement 75 00 

Smiths Falls Town: street sprinkling, 1912, $3; water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $85. . . 88 00 

Small payments: wood, 3 c. at $6; sundry, $28.20 46 20 

Stratford Public Building ($1,882.85)— 

Caretaker, J. P. Murray: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Care of clock, N. F. Babb: 1 yr. to Nov. 21, 1912 50 00 

Brickman & Kennedy: fitting up lavatory as per contract, $50; sundry, $8.60 .••••,• 58 60 

Cash, A. E.: kalsornining and papering 2 rooms in tower, $12; papering, etc., janitor's 

rooms, as per contract, $53 65 00 

Johnson, Andrew, & Son: coal, 65-67 t. at $6.90 , 453 12 

McDonald & Henry: grates, 1 set, $10.80; repairing boiler, $39; sundry, $13.78 63 58 

Ruston & Co.: as per contracts, building stairs, etc., $87.50, constructing 12 lockers, $79, 

repairing side entry, $27 103 50 

Stratford City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913 58 00 

Stratford Gas Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 231-5 M cu. ft. at $1; meter, $2.25 .. . . 233 75 

Small payments: 2 door checks, $17; gas mantles, 4 doz. $8.70; hardware, $11.80; paint- 
ing p o. boxes, 23 at $1.25, parcel receptacles, 5 at $2; removing ashes, $6; 1 c. wood, 

$8 . 75; sundry, $16 . 30 . .' 107 30 

Strathroy Public Building ($1,154.01)— 

Caretaker, N. Leitch: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Care of clock, R. B. Keiler: 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913 50 00 

DeGroat, Chas.: painting and kalsomining building, as per contract, $175; painting storm 

„ sashes, $20 195 00 

Pincombe, R. M.: coal, 406 t. at $7.25, 29-99 t. at $7 239 41 

Strathroy Town: electric light, 11-m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 1,652 k.w. at 12c, meter, $2.75, 

supplies, $5.20; street sprinkling, 1912, $6.30; water rates, 1 yr. to June 30, 1913, $16.20 228 69 

Small payments: wood, 5 c at $5.75; sundry, $12.20 40 95 

St. Catharines Public Building ($1,924.36)— 

Caretaker, A. Clark: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 4^0 00 

Lincoln Electric L. & P. Co.: electric light (flat rate). 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $22. ... 264 00 

St. Catharines City: gas, Mar. 27, 1912-Mar. 24, 1913, 59-6M cu. ft. at $1, meter, $1.20; 
street sprinkling, 1912, $12.83; water supplied to fountain, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

$6 32- water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 82-24 M. cu. ft. at $1, meter, $3 165 20 

United Gas Co., Ltd.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 1,262 M cu. ft., $497.85; meter, $3. . . 500 85 

Wilson, Geo. : repairing customs office as per contract 300 00 

Small payments: 2 brass grills, $9.80; 2 brass wicket gates, $10.50; electrical supplies, 
$25.30; floor oil, $7.50; painting, 16 letter boxes at $1.50, 6 paper receptacles at $2.50; 
putting on and removing storm sashes, $27.10; repairing slate roof, $38.20; d.l.c. 
sorting case (supplied from stores), $29.50; 6 I.e. stools, $6.50; 40-w tungsten lamps, 

24 at 60c; sundry, $36.51 244 31 

St. Mary's Public Building ($1,174.09)— 

Caretaker, W. Hoyt: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

Haines W. W.: building porch over front door of Post Office: hardware, $4.25; labour, 

126 h. at 30c; lumber, $26.23; paint, etc., $8.25 76 53 

Martin, J. D.: coal, 1 t. at $7, 35 t. at $6.95; wood, $16 266 25 

St Mary's Town: electric light, Apr.-Dec, 1912, 2,720 k.w., $214.90; water rates, Apr.- 

Dec, 1912, $26.78 241 68 

Small pavments: coal, 4 t. at $7.25, 2 t. at $7; decorating building as per tender, $40 ; 
electrical decorations, $12.50; hardware, $19.13; lamps, 16 cp., 2 doz., $5, 25-W 
tungstens, 12 at 60c; removing ashes, $6; repairing electrical fixtures, $23.40; sundry 

$13°44; sorting bin (supplied from stock), $20; 189 67 

St. Thomas Public Building ($1,128.79)— 

Caretakers, G. Luton, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50; Thos. Yeo, June 5-18, 1912, $14. 464 00 

Ingram & Davey : repairing boiler, etc. as per tender, $57: sundry, $34. 13 91 13 

St. Thomas City: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 147-5 M cu. ft. at 90c; water, 12 m. to 

Mar. 1, 1913, $12.39. 145 14 

. Scarrow, M. & Co.: coal, 50 t. at $6.95 •••••• 347 50 

Small payments: painting letter boxes, 29 at 95c, parcel receptacles, 5 at $1.20; I.e. 

sorting case (supplied from stores), $20; sundry, $27.47 81 02 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 540, 252 93 

Tillsonburg Public Building ($362.21) — 

Caretaker, Thos. Fero: 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 199 98 

Dominion Natural Gas Co.: gas, Oct. 10, 1912-Mar. 31, 1911, 704 M cu. ft. at 20c 140 80 

Small payments: coal, 2-25 t. at $8; sundry, $3.43 21 43 

Toronto A.R.G's. Office ($602.90)— 

Consumers' Gas. Co.: gas, Mar. 22, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 226-2 M cu. ft. at 70c; meter $4.56. 162 90 

Holmes Electric Protection Co.: service, 365 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $1 365 00 

Reynolds, G.N. & Co.: special q. c. oak desk ■ 75 00 

Toronto Custom House ($8,220.73)— 

Caretaker, T. J. Enright: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54.16 649 92 

Care of clock, John Wanlcss: 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 7 50 

Cleaners to Mar. 31, 1913: O. Hamlet, 4 m., $181.91; Wm. Murphy, 12 m. at $54,16; H. 

Somers, 12 m. at $54. 16 1,481 75 

Elevator man, T. Davidson, 11 m. 30 d. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $54.16 648 18 

Firemen to Mar. 31, 1913: P. Cassidy, 12 m. at $62.50; G. McCallum, 11 m. 30 d. at $54.16 1,398 12 
Watchmen: Wm. Scott, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $136; F. Simpson, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

at $58 . 33 835 96 

Painters, June, 1912, 7 d 18 90 

Brines, H.: 3 chairs, $16.50; 6 costumers, $36; t.w. desk, $90; repairing 4 chairs, $13.50; 

sundry, $2.95 158 95 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 9-56 t, at $7.25, 149-95 t. at $6.75, 10-75 t, at $4.25; sundry, $3. . .. 1,130 26 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co.: coal, 27-28 t. at $5.25 143 38 

Consumer's Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 26, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 250-2 M cu. ft. at 70c 175 14 

Cudahy Packing Co.: 'Old Dutch' cleanser, 4 brl. at $14.70 53 80 

Levinter, S.: 7 chairs, $24.50; desk, $32; 7 tables, $94.50 151 00 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: No. 506, 6 cap size sections with 6 pr. of ends, $168; 5 cuoboard 

sections, $60; sundry, $33 .05 261 05 

Otis-Fenson Elevator Co.: repairing elevator: labour, 59| h. at 60c; material, $14.35 50 05 

Toronto City -.water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 751,961 gal 69 41 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 15, 1912-Feb. 13, 1913, 2,640 lew. at 6-4 c, 

9,690 k.w. at 2-4 c; supplies, 40c; power, 1 yr. to Mar. 15, 1913, 3,240 k.w. at 4c 531 56 

Vokes Hardware Co: sundry hardware 53 96 

Small payments: 'cleansall' 1 brl., $16; coal, 3 t. at $5.40; disinfectant, 5 gal. at $2; 

r.t. desk and chair, $48.50; electrical supplies, $11.25; hair brooms, \ doz., $10.80; 

|-in. hoze, 50 ft., $6.75; labour, 32 h. at 60c; lumber, $28.81; removing ashes, 17 1. at 

$1.50; repairing doors, $24.35; reglazing &c, $18.18; toilet paper, $25; sundry, 

$136.30 396 84 

Toronto Engineer's Office ($1,680.31) — 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, No. M. 3246, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $15.50, J. N. 

3940, Nov. 22-Mar. 31, 1913, (Wm. Corrigan's residence), $11.19 26 69 

Confederation Life Association: rent of office, 12 m. to Mar. 15, 1913, at $129.17 1,550 04 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: 4 cabinet sections with base 43 00 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Dec 17, 1911-Feb. 19, 1913, 688 k.w., $56.33; 

meter rent, $4.25 60 58 

Toronto Examining Warehouse ($11,349.92)— 

Care of clock, John Wanless: 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 15 00 

Cicaner, Wm. Stringer: at $54.16, 11 m. 27 d. to Mar. 31, 1913 644 56 

Electrician, Jas. Rogers: Sept. 16-Feb. 1, 1913 337 50 

Elevator-men at $58.33 per m.: J. Cashen, 11 m. 30 d. to Mar. 31, 1913; P. Cussack, 

12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913; J. Jennings, Apr. 1-July 15, 1912 1,601 25 

Engineers: Ed. Appleton, to Mar. 31, 1913, 1 m. at $66.66, 11 m. at $70.83; Jas. Cosgrave, 

12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $79.16; T. R. Matheson, 6 m. to Oct. 1, 1912, at $66.66; 

G. Matheson, 6 m. 9 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $66.66 2,614 97 

Firemen: F. W. Colby, Aug., Nov.-Jan., $212.48; W. H. Pearce, Apr.-Mar., $499.67. ... 712 15 

Watchman: Thos. Jones,. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $58.33 699 96 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, No. 654,1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913 30 00 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 161 t. at $6.75, 8-45 t. at $4.25; wood, 1| cat $6 1,131 66 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co. : coal, 103 • 72 t. at $5 . 25, 11 • 16 t. at $4 . 75 597 57 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 26, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 578-4 M. cu. ft. at 70c 404 88 

Coyell, AIL: carpenter's time, 454 h. at 55c; sundry, $20.35 270 05 

Dinnis, R. & Son: lumber, 160 ft. at $125, 640 ft. at $55, 160 ft. at $45; 2 oak tables, $35; 

sundry, $16.31 113 71 

Federal Engineering and Supply Co. : electrical supplies 52 74 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 12 f.t. desks, $327; 13 tilter chairs, $120.75 447 75 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: cable, 370 ft. $71; forging post braces, $10.60; labour, 251 h. 

at 60c; repairing braces, $12, sundry, $30.91 275 11 

Ovens, T. A.: glass, $29.77; labour, 78 h. at 50c 68 77 

Rogers, Electric Co.: 'Benj.' 3 1. clusters, 60 at 90c; conduit, 150 ft. $10.13; shades, 

12 at$1.50, 54 at $1; shade-holders, 24 at 35c; 30 switches, $9; 1,000 ft. wire, $12.50; 

sundry, $159.70 325 73 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 551, 462 49 

Toronto Examining Warehouse — Concluded. 

Smith & Co.: 2 uniforms for elevator attendants, $30, $24 54 00 

Toronto City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, 1,287 M gal 113 21 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 15, 1912— Feb. 13, 1913, 7,588 k.w., $261.34; 

additional light, Oct. 16-Mar. 15, 900 k.w., $70; supplies, $42.53 373 87 

Vokes Hardware Co.: calcimo, 1 brl., $14.88; mixed paint, 15 gal., $33.75; nails, &c, 

$14 . 93 -.sundry , $83 . 98 147 54 

Small payments: 3 doz. chairs, $33; 'cleansall', 1 brl., $16; cylinder oil, 50 gal., $40; 
4-in. double belting, 49 ft., $29.88; engine oil, 40 gal., $21.56; electrical supplies, $26.50; 

plumbing, $19.20; repairing elevator bells, $18.60; toilet paper, $25; sundry, $88.20 317 94 

Toronto Gas Inspector's Office ($157.25) — 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: 2 bases, $11; 8 sections, $124; 2 tops, $7; sundry, $15.25 157 25 

Toronto Immigration Building ($1,000)— 

Grand Trunk Railway : rent of office, 1 yr. to Jan. 1, 1913 1, 000 00 

Toronto Inland Revenue Office ($2,104.17)— 

Care of clock, John Wanless: 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 15 00 

Fireman, Chas. Baillie: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54.16 649 92 

Painters, May-June, 1912, 53 d. at $2.70: 143 10 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 3 t. at $7.25, 50-04 t. at $6.75, 8-105 t. at $4.25; wood, $3 396 97 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: 4 chairs, $15; t.w. chair, $9; desks, 2 f.t., $87, 1 r.t. $60, 1 t.w., 
$27; filing cabinet, $48; 5 sections with top and base, $121.50; stools, 4 at $6; table, 

$16; sundry, $15.75 423 25 

Stagg, Geo.: building granite walk, as per tender, $178.50, curbing, $25.80; pointing and 

repairing, $12 216 30 

Toronto City: water rates, 1 yr. to Apr. 1, 1913, 130-83 M cu. ft 12 83 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 20, 1912-Feb. 18, 1913, 3,200 k.w., $109.82; 

supplies,$5 .10 114 92 

Small payments: coal, 4-28 t. at $5.25; electrical supplies, $10; hardware, $9.09; repairing 

desks, &c, $19.50; wood, $1.65; sundry, $61.14 131 88 

Toronto Meteorological Observatory ($700.25) — ■ 

Moyes, R. J. & Co.: concrete paving, 96| yd. at $1 .80; steps, $3 . . . . 176 70 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: 5 book-case sections, $30; cabinets, blue print, $60, vertical, 
$28, wooden, as per tender, $175; f.t. desk, $38.50; 8 hat and coat trees, $44; 2 settees, 

$37; sundry, $17.50 430 00 

Rogers, Chas. & Sons: supplying and setting up shelves with drawers 72 00 

Small payments: gas-fitting, $14.50; sundry, $7.05 21 55 

Toronto General Post Office ($26,159.84)— 

Care of clock, John Wanamaker: 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913 37 50 

Cleaners, Apr.-Mar.: Wm. Allison, 1 m. at $54.16, 811 m. at $50; T. Bridges, 3-92 m. 
at $50, 5-8 m. at $54.16; J. Cotton, 10-85 m. at $54 16; Ls. Deas, 12 m. at $54.16; J. 
Duckworth, 11-97 m. at $54.16; F. Edwards, 11-98 m. at $54.16; Chas. Gregory, 
12 m. at $54.16; Wm. Gribble, 12 m. at $58.33; John Hayes, 11-58 m. at $54.16; A. E. 
Hules, 11 m. 27 d. at $54.16; Ed. Major, 109-9 d. at $1 .75; I. Matta, 110.9 d. at $1.75; 
A. McCabe. 11-87 m. at $54.16; John McCasson, 12 m. at $54.16; T. Russell, 12 m. 

at $54.16; S. Walker, 109-2 d. at $1.75 , 8,646 45 

Electricians to Mar. 31, 1913: A. W. Charlton, 11-76 m. at $66.66; J. H. Rogers, 2 m. at 

$75 933 76 

Elevatorman, Apr.-Mar.: T. J. Breen, 3-8 m. at $50, 1 m. at $54.16; T. W. Colby, 1 m. at 
$50, 4-86 m. at $54.16; T. Collis, 7-39 m. at $50, 1 m. at $54.16; Henry Gray, 2-42 
m. at $50, lm. at $54.16; H. McCullough, 12-2 m. at $54.16; R. Moore, 11 m. at $50, . 
1 m. at $54.16; A. Morrice, 10 m. at $54.16, 1-98 m. at $50; F. Sturgeon, 10-6 m. at 

$50, 1 m. at $54. 16 3,646 11 

Firemen, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $62.50: R. Eyre, 12 m.; J. Somers, 12 m.; F. Letray, 11-45 m. 2,215 72 
Allen, S. & Son: painting and lettering, parcel receptacles, 37 at $1.60. letter-boxes, 98 at 

$1 . 35 191 50 

Boeckh Bros. Co.: hair brooms, 3| doz. at $21.60; sundry, $26.11 101 71 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 12-85 t. at $7.25, 175-73 t. at $6.75; wood, $9 1,288 37 

Cahoon, A. & Son: painting and lettering, parcel receptacles, 32 at $1.60, letter boxes, 114 

at $1 .35 205 10 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co.: coal, 2-05 t. at $5.50, 38-1 1. at $5.25, 7-09 t. at $4.75. ... 245 01 
Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 22, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 1,669-8 M. cu. ft. at 70c; main- 
tenance charges, $124.51 1,293 37 

Coyell, Alf.: moving fittings, &c, at exhibition, 84 h. at 55c; sundry lumber, &c, $20.45. 66 65 

Cudahy Packing Co.: 'Old Dutch' cleanser, 6 brl. at $14.70 -. . . . 88 20 

Day Sign Co.: painting and varnishing, letter boxes, 103 at $1.35, parcel receptacles, 26 

at $1.60 180 65 

Edison & Swan United Electric Light Co.: 16 c p. lamps, 360 at 15c 53 96 

Elliott, M.: painting and varnishing, letter boxes, 126 at $1.35, parcel receptacles, 32 at 

$1.60 221 30 

Federal Engineering and Supplies Co.: 25 w. lamps, 464 at 45c, 168 at 43c 281 03 

Hood, W. J. : repairing locks, &c (voucher outstanding) 205 90 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ tts. 

Brought forward 586, 333 01 

Toronto General Post Office — Concluded. 

Johnston, H. W.: painting and varnishing, letter boxes, 108 at $1.35, parcel receptacles, 33 

at $1.60 198 60 

McBrien, Fred G.: toilet paper, 12| cases at $12.50 156 25 

Mounce Cartage Co. : removing ashes, 76 1. at 75c # 57 CO 

Ovens, T. A.: painting letter boxes, 33 at $1.60, 100 at $1.35, 29 at $1.25 224 05 

Price, W. H.: painting letter boxes, 117 at $1.35, parcel receptacles, 36 at $1.60 215 55 

Reynolds, G. N. & Co.: cabinet, as per specifications, $130; chairs, 2 at $10, 2 at $6 162 00 

Rogers Electric Co.: lamps, 191 at 50c, 64 at 17c, 350 at 16c; sundry, $21.85 184 23 

Toronto City: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 1,873 M gal. $154. 10; hydraulic pressure 

for elevator, 5-.051 M gal., $424.85 578 95 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 20, 1912-Feb. 18, 1913, 127,628 k. w., 

$3,501.23; electric power, 1 y. to Mar. 20, 1913, 7,800 k. w., $305.17; supplies, $12.80. 3,819 20 

Williamson, Wm.: back boards for street letter boxes, 400 at 42c 168 00 

Small payments: castor oil, $25.44; coal, 6 t. at $5.40; 'cleansall', $46.55; 'euco- 
thymo', 15 gal. at $2; elevator grease, $10.20; floor oil, 33 gal. at 90c; hardware, $41.78; 
H. E. Hamilton (disbursements), $43.10; 'Insecticide', $10.50; linseed oil soap, 
$9.10; pipe cleaner, 5 doz. tins, $16; repairing trucks, &c, $48.40; sawdust, $21.90; 

'Uneeda' dusters, $31.70; uniform for elevator.attendant, $24; sundry, $72.95 493 72 

Toronto Exhibition Post Office ($90)— 

Macey Sign Co.: supplying and erecting electric signs 90 00 

Toronto Postal Station A. ($7,215.80)— 

Elevatormen to Mar. 31, 1913 at $58.33: J. Gormaly, 11-45 m.; O. Johnson, 12 m.; E. 

T. Tooze, 12 m 2, 067 63 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 26, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 28-6 M. cu. ft. at 70c 20 02 

Federal Engineering and Supply Co. : 25 w. lamps, 26| doz 137 37 

Grand Trunk Railway Co.: rent of office and mail elevator, 1 y. to Jan. 31, 1913 3,600 00 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: repairing elevators: 2 brush holders, $6; labour, 54£ h. at 
60c; repairing armature, $18.50; supplying new commutator, $68; 200 ft. tiller 

cable, $20; sundry, $40.80 186 00 

Rogers Electric Co.: 'Mazda' lamps, 134 at 50c; 'Sunbeam' lamps, 250 at 17c, 400 

at 16c; sundry, $85.80 259 30 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 15, 1912-Feb. 13, 1913, 16,119 k.w., 

$437.54; electric power, 1 y. to Mar. 15, 1913, 4,440 k. w., $163.62; supplies, $18.12. . 619 28 

Winnett, John: repairing trucks, &c, labour, 167 h. at 60c; new top and 2 wheels, $28; 

sundry, $47.85 ' 176 05 

Small payments: hardware, $48.22; repairing elevator, $34.69; 40 w. tungstens, 68, 

$33.75; sundry, $33.49 150 15 

Toronto Postal Station B. ($1,996.36) — 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 26, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 200-6 M. cu. ft. at 70c; mainten- 
ance charges, $18 158 42 

Rossin House Hotel Co.: rent of building, No. 121, King St. West, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1913, 

at $150 1,800 00 

Toronto City: water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 4 60 

Small payments: plate glass, $6.50; sundry, $26.84 33 34 

Toronto Postal Station C. ($1,341.62) — 

Caretaker, Jas. Rae: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $50 600 00 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 29-82 1. at $7; wood, $3 21144 

Consumer's Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 4, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 24-8 M. cu. ft. at 70c 17 36 

Rathbone, Geo.: stamp drawer cabinet 110 00 

Toronto City: water rates, 1 y. to Apr. 1, 1913, 143 M gals 13 17 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, 1 y. to Mar. 1, 1913, 8,020 k. w 260 64 

Small payments: 'cleansall', $6; coal, 3 t. at $5.50, 2-03 t. at $5.40; electrical fix- 
tures, $10.56; 'euco-thymo', 5 gal. at $2; reglazing lights, $11.50; toilet paper, 

$12.50; sundry, $50.99 129 01 

Toronto Postal Station D. ($1,655.71) — 

Caretaker, Jas. Devins: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 29-93 t. at $7 209 52 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 14, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 60-6 M. cu. ft. at 70c 42 42 

Interurban Electric Co.: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 6,690 k. w 278 95 

Moyes, R. J. & Co.: laying concrete floor in basement, 222 yd. at 90c 199 80 

Toronto City: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 59-9 M gal 5 80 

Williamson, Wm.: installing and supplying collapsible sorting cases, 7 at $11 77 00 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 1 1. c at $28.60, 3 d. 1. c at $29.50. ... . 117 10 

Small payments: 'cleansall', 1 keg, $6; electrical supplies, $6.75; oiling floors, $20; 

repairing roof, $15; table, $17.50; toilet paper, $12.50; sundry, $47.37 125 12 

Toronto Postal Station E. ($3,002.59)— 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 7, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 5-8 M cu. ft. at 70c 4 06 

Mullin, Alex.: rent of building, 1 y. to Jan. 31, 1913, $1,440; water rates, Dec. 15, 1910- 

July 31, 1912, $23. 10 1,463 10 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 7, 1912-Feb. 5, 1913, 5,353 k. w 148 30 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 606, 505 51 

Toronto Postal Station E — Concluded. 

Williamson, Win.: supplying and installing collapsible sorting cases, 20 at $11 220 00 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 6 1. c. at $28.60, 3 d. 1. c. at $29.50, prel. 1. c, 10 at $60, 

2 at $50; 2 sorting cases with bins, $109 1,069 10 

Small payments: 'cleansall', 1 keg, $6; electrical simplies, $17; tilter chair, $7.50; 

toilet paper, $12.50; sundry, $55.03 98 03 

Toronto Postal Station F. ($2,892.84)— 

Cleaner, Thos. Bridges: 2 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54.16 108 32 

Elevatorman, J. W. Thornton: to Mar. 31, 1913, 7 m. at $54. 16, 5 m. at $62.50 691 61 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, No. 4502, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $52; tolls, 65c 52 65 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 51-04 t. at $7 357 33 

Conger Coal Co.: coal, 11-04 t. at $5.40 59 65 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 23, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 16-8 M cu. ft. at 70c 11 76 

Edison & Swan United Electric Co.: 40-w. tungsten lamps, 200 at 48c; sundry, $7.28. . . 103 28 

Keeler, C. H. L . Co.: portable standard voltmeter 84 65 

McLeod, John: erecting glass partition, as per contract 270 00 

Murray-Kay, Ltd.: 3 rugs, $54, $35, $24 113 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: book-case sections, $26.35; 5 chairs, $21.75; tilter chair, $12.50; 

r. t. desk, $75; t. w. desk, $32; section No. 506, $21; table, $18.50; 2 wardrobes, 

$30, $24; sundry, $19.72 280 82 

Toronto City: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 238 M gal 22 64 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 18, 1912-Feb. 15, 1913, 6,290 k.w., $194.08; 

supplies, $5.10 199 18 

Williamson, Wm.: supplying and installing collapsible sorting cases, 12 at $11 132 00 

Supplies from stores: d. 1. c. sorting cases, 4 at $30.30, 2 at $29.50 180 20 

Small payments: cartage, $12.25; coal, 2-95 tons, $16; electrical fixtures, $28.28; T. A. 

Hastings, disbursements, $29.50; 100-w. lamps, 12 at 80c; lettering 2 doors, $7.50; 

painting, papering, &c, $39.35; repairing and replacing doors, $18; sundry, $65.27 225 75 

Toronto Postal Station G ($1,358.65)— 

Barrett, Miss M.: rent of office, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, at $80 880 00 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Mar. 19. 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 7-6 M cu. ft. at 70c 5 32 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 22, 1912-Feb. 20, 1913, 7,167 k.w 195 97 

Williamson, Wm.: supplying and installing collapsible sorting cases, 10 at $11 110 00 

Supplies from stores: 3 d. 1. c sorting cases 95 10 

Small payments: electrical fixtures, $23.03; toilet paper, $12.50; sundry, $36.73 72 26 

Toronto Postal Station K (Eglinton) ($659.08)— 

Caretaker, Jas. Kirkwood: to Mar. 31, 1913, 104 d. at $1.75 182 00 

Cleaner, E. Golding, Jan., 19 d. at 60c 11 40 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 5-95 t. at $7.25, 3-025 t. at $7 64 32 

Consumers' Gas Co.: gas, Dec. 27, 1912-Mar. 28, 1913, 2-4 M cu. ft. at 70c : 1 68 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System: electric light, Dec. 12, 1912-Feb. 25, 1913, 99 k. w. . . . 3 82 

Supplies from stores: d.l.c sorting cases, 8 at $29.50; newspaper sorting case and bin, $40 276 00 
Small payments: electrical supplies, $42.22; hardware, $12.40; labour, 15 h. at 60c, 20 h. 

at 50c; on account glazing, $24; sundry, $22.24 119 86 

Toronto Post Office Garage ($1,268.79) — 

Cleaner, H. Gray, Mar. 1913, $54.16; fireman, B. Marando, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $223. . 277 16 

Burns, P. & Co.: coal, 40-36 t. at $7 282 56 

Imperial Motor Car Co.: coal, 11 t. at $5.50 60 50 

Toronto City: water rates, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 2 50 

Toronto Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 19-Sept. 18, 1912, 718 k.w., $24.46; Nov. 

18-Dec 20, 1912, 980 k.w., $34-77; supplies, 51c 59 74 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System: electric light, Dec. 27, 1912-Mar. 7, 1913, 1,192 k.w., 

$46.81; power, Dec 16, 1912-Mar. 7, 1913, 1,140 k. w., $37.92 84 73 

Warmica, Mrs. Ann: rent of office, 8 m. to Nov. 30, 1912 at $41.66 333 28 

Small payments: coal, 1 t. $5.40; electrical fixtures, $54.47; hardware, $32.34; labour, 

28 h. at 55c; lumber, $39.33; sundry, $21.38 168 32 

Toronto Steamboat Inspector's Office ($540) — 

McKinnon, S. F., Estate: rent of office, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, at $60 540 00 

Toronto Public Buildings Generally ($2,629.80)— 

Superintendent, H. E. Hamilton: services, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $100; outlay $100.85. 1,300 85 

Assistant Superintendent, Wm. Corrigan, to Mar. 31, 1913, 5 m. 9 d. at $100 529 03 

Carpenter, Wm. Graham: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $66.66 799 92 

Trenton Public Building ($2,146.85) — 

Caretaker, J. Potter: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50. 450 00 

Care of clock: A. E. Bywater, Apr. 28, 1911-Sept, 15, 1912, $69; T. F. Rixon, 6 m. to Mar. 

15, 1913, $25... . . 94 00 

McLellan, S. & Whitby, Jas. : building mail lobby, as per tender 575 00 

Powers, B. W. & Son : coal, 39-46 t. at $6.70 264 38 

Trenton Electric and Water Co.: electric light, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 7, 121-9 k.w., $574.77; 

water, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $75; supplies, $11.32 661 09 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 619, 286 27 

Trenton Public Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: cartage, $11; furnace pipes, $10; paint, &c, $18.85; repairing plaster-work, 

&c, $29; repairing tower clock, $10; sundry, $23.53 102 38 

Uxbridge Public Building ($205.22)— 

Downey, J. H. & Co.: coal, 29-74 t. at $6.90 205 22 

Walkerton Public Building,- ($941.72)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. T. Gibson: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $33.33 399 96 

George, Alex.: coal, 32-67 t. at $7.50 245 06 

WalkertonElectricL. &P. Co.: electric light, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $200; supplies, $12.95. 212 95 

Walkerton Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Oct. 1, 1912 31 00 

Small Dayments: wood, 10 c. at $3.50, 3 c. at $1.50; sundry, $13.25 52 75 

Walkerville Public Building ($295.48)— 

Bernhardt, D.: desk, $45; stool, $8 53 00 

Library Bureau of Canada: oak unit with ends and base, $47.50; book case, $22.50 70 00 

Hastings, T. A. : disbursements 7 48 

Smith, L. C. & Bros. : trucks, as per specifications, 3 at $55 165 00 

Waterloo Post Office ($20)— 

Scheifele, A. E. : decorating post-office for sangerfest week 20 00 

Welland Public Building, ($1,441.71) — 

Caretaker, D. Mcllvride: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Crow, J. H.: dustbane, $13; floor oil, $13.50; soap, $9; sundry, $25 60 50 

Lambert, S. L.: coal, 2-09 t. at $6.75, 41.23 t. at $6.50 282 11 

Provincial Natural Gas and Fuel Co.: gas, Apr.-Mar., 108 M cu. ft. at 30c; iron fence, as per 

tender, $50..' 82 40 

Welland Electric Co.: electric light, Apr.-Mar., 45-31 k.w. at 6c; supplies, 100-w. lamps, 

8 at $1.50, 60-w., 21 at 80c, 40 -w., 50 at 70c, 25-w., 39 at 60 c; sundry, $9.20 368 32 

Welland Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Apr. 1st, 1913 30 00 

Small payments: papering, painting, &c, $34.78; repairing doors, &c, $10; uniform, $25; 

window shades, 4 at $2.25; sundry, $39.68 118 46 

Whitby Public Building ($1,409.39)— 

Caretaker, A. Whitelaw: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Careof clock: Wm. McCourt, Jan. 16-July 1, 1912, $22.91; Wm. H. Hooper, 6 m.to Jan. 1, 

1913, $25 47 91 

Downey, J. H. & Co., coal, 32-37 t. at $7.10, 27-69 t. at $6.90 420 97 

Whitby Town: electric light, Mar. 15, 1912-Mar. 18, 1913, 4,121 k.w., $366.02; meter, $3; 

water rates, 9 m. to Jan. 10, 1913, $28.50... . ; 397 52 

Small payments: galv. window boxes, 9at$l; 4iron vases, $26; kindling wood, 2 c. at $6; 

16 c.p. lamps, 50 at 17c; repairing clock, $6.50; sundry, $30.99 92 99 

Windsor Public Building ($4,776.33)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Curtis: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $37.50 450 00 

Cleaner, E. Banks, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $10 120 00 

Engineer, I. Belleperche: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54.16 649 92 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, No. 1,088, Apr. 19, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $39.80; 

No. 1,764, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $39.75 79 55 

Brooke, T. W. & Son: painting outside wood work and iron work, as per tender, $48; plate 

glass, $4.35 52 35 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.: fireproof safe, $125; freight; $6.38 131 38 

Connon Floral Co.: 2 bay trees, $14; 32 palms, $103.15; tubs, &c, $32.85 150 00 

Curry, John & Co. : rent of office, 9 m. to Oct. 9, 1912, at $60 540 00 

Drake, J. W.: chairs, 1 at $15.25, 1 at $10.50, 6 at $2.25; 2 desks, $38.50, $16.50; linoleum, 

22| yd., $13.40; sundry, $11.55 119 20 

Gas and Electric Supply Co. connecting electric stamping machine, $11.50; gas mantles, 

$24.45; labourer, 41 h. at 50c; tungstens, 3 at 75c; sundry, $53.24 Ill 94 

Library Bureau Co.: book cases, &c, $22.50; oak units with ends and bases, $47.50 70 00 

Pennington & Brian: installing plumbing, $39; painting roof and repairing gutter, $75; 

sundry, $6.50 120 50 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Ry. Co.: electric light, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 5, 181 

k. w., $381.46; supplies, $4 385 46 

Smith, L. C. & Bros.: trucks, as per plans, 6 at $55 330 00 

Walker, W. M.: brackets, 23 at $1; building front steps, &c, $23; labour, 769^ h. at 45c; 

lumber, 2,037 ft. at $40, 1,215 ft. at $50, sundry lumber, $69.06 ; machine work, $20; 

painting dormer windows, $25; sundry, $64.48 712 88 

Windsor City: taxes, 1912, $3.79; water rates, 1912, $114.90 118 69 

Windsor Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 177 M cu.it. at 30c, 651 M cu. ft. at 15c, 

2, 115 M cu. ft., $330 480 75 

Supplies from stores: 2 d. 1. c sorting cases at $29.50 59 00 

.Small payments: cartage, $12.80; disinfectant, 5 gal. at $2. 10; gravel, 6 yd. at $1.35; opening 

vault and repairing lock, $14; sundry, $49.31 94 71 

Wingham Public Building ($668.97)— 

Caretaker, P. Fisher: 9 m. to Dec 31, 1913, at $16. 66 149 94 

Richardson & Rae: coal, 6-26 tons at $7.85, 25-07 tons at $7.60; sundry, $10.40 250 11 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 628, 878 55 

Wingham Public Building — Concluded. 

Wingham Town: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, $113.72: supplies, $19.75: water 

rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $17.64 15111 

Small payments: coal, 2-76 tons at $7.30; erecting flag, $10; labour, 137 h. at 25c.;removing 

ashes, $9.75; wood, 6§ cords at $3.25, 2 cords at $2.50; sundry, $17 54 117 81 

Woodstock Armouries ($36.50)— 

McDonald, Alex.: repairing furnace: boiler section, $41.25; grate, $5.50; interest on bill 

for 2\ y. (allowed by courts), $9.80; labour, 124 h. at 30c; solicitor's charges, $9 45; 

sundry, $7.90; less $41.60, V— 74, 1910-11, and refund by Gurney Foundry Co., in 

lieu of faulty casting, $33 36 50 

Woodstock Public Building ($1,535.73) — 

Caretaker, P. Kerr: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66 499 92 

Blair, B. & Co.: coal, 45 tons at $7.25; sundry, $2.50." 328 75 

Bottoms, F. & H., as per tenders: painting 20 letter boxes, $27; papering and painting 

rooms, $65 92 00 

Woodstock City: water rates, 1 y. to July 1, 1913 1 ' . 39 20 

Woodstock Electric Light Co.: electric light, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 7,552 k. w.. .... . . '. . 319 86 

Woodstock Gas Light Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 72-1 M. cu. ft. at $1; meter, $2.04. 74 14 

Small payments: brooms, $11; installing and supplying 32 tungsten lamps, $17.60; 60-w. 

lamps, 13 at 55c; labour, 25 h. at 50c; 5 mason treads, $35; removing ashes, $7.50; 

soap, $8.50; supplying flowers for beds, $7.50; sundry, $75.11 181 86 

Ontario Buildings Generally ($709.14)— 

Blackwell, W.: making measurements and plans of public buildings rented by Government 

and reporting the same 220 00 

Clerk of works: T. A. Hastings, travel and outlay 481 98 

King's Printer, $3.21; telephone tolls, $3.95 ..[ 7 ig 

Brandon Experimental Farm ($430.91)— 

Barclay & O'Hara: coal, 8-58 tons at $10, 1-5 tons at $9.75 100 43 

Brandon Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 27, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913: barn, 399-6 k.'w. 

at 9-5c, meter, $2.75; residence, 671-1 k. w. at 9-5c; meter, $2.75 107 25 

Hargrave, J. G. & Co.: coal, 18-74 tons at $11 .75 220 23 

Small payments: sundry 3 qq 

Brandon Forestry Office ($457.20)— 

Brandon Electric Light Co.: electric light, Dec. 29, 1911-Mar. 1, 1913, 25 k. w., $13 70- 
meter, $3.50 . . . 17 20 

Clement, S. E. R. A. & D. E.: rent of office, 11 m. to Mar. 1 at $40 440 00 

Brandon Immigration Building ($295.85) — 

Barclay & O'Hara: coal, 34-66 tons at $4.15 143 89 

Brandon City: water rates, Jan. 1, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, 105-1 M cu. ft. at 25c; meter, $5.75! 32 03 

Brandon Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 28, 1912-Feb. 26, 1913, 570-1 k. w. at 

9-5c; meter, $2.75 - 56 93 

Cumming, J. F. & Co. : wood 12 c at $5 . 25 63 00 

Brandon Public Building ($4,010.89)— 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65: Thos. Giles, 11 m. (including 2 m. retiring allowance); 

Jas. Quackenbush, 3 m 910 00 

Barclay & O'Hara: coal, 52-88 tons at $11.50, 10-75 tons at $9.50 710 36 

Brandon City: water rates, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1912, 82,817 cu. ft., $157.82; meter, $7 164 82 

Brandon Electric Light Co.: electric light, Mar. 30, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 3,742-4 k. w. at 

9-5c; meter, $2.75; supplies, $48.03; steam heat," Oct. 10, 1912-Mar. 29, 1913, 105-7 

M lb. at 60c 1 040 41 

Brandon Gas and Power Co.: gas, Apr. 1, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 319 M cu. ft. at $1-488; arc 

lamp (flat rate), $19.25; supplies, $21.10 514 89 

Kelly Hardware Co.: brooms, 1 doz., $6.50; dustbane, \ brl., $7.50; floor oil, $15; hose, 

50 ft., $9; sundry, $47.60 85 60 

Magee, W. P.: wood, 10 cords at $6; sundry, $3 .' 63 00 

Nation & Shewan: bunting, 29 yd. at 15c, 450 yd. at 10c, 100 yd. at 5c; flags, 60 yd. 

at 35c, 50 yd. at 20c, 60 yd. at 15c, 100 yd. at 5c; sundry, $14.45 112 45 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 2 d. 1. c at $29.50; 2 sorting cases with bins, $35 94 00 

Small payments: decorating building, 59 h. at 40c; hardware, $8; making 44 keys, $11; 

painting letter boxes, 35 at $1.25; painting and lettering signs, $27.50; repairing boiler 

valves, &c, $25.15; soap, $18; toilet paper, $10; top for sorting table, $6.50^ waste 

paper baskets, 3 at $5; sundry, $126.86 ' 315 36 

Dauphin Public Building ($2,409.28)— 

Caretaker, G. Broadfoot: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45 540 00 

Dauphin Town: electric light, Nov. 1, 1906-Nov. 1, 1910, 644 k. w., $89.35, meter, $7.75; 

11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 375-2 k. w. at 12c, meter, $2.75; supplies, $8.15 558 24 

Hafenbrak & Stein: 'Blount' door check, $15; constructing cement steps and walk, new 

door frame, &c, as per contract, $300; storm porch, $12; sundry, $4.50 331 50 

Jordan Thos.: coal, 66-12 tons at $11.30, 1-97 tons at $12.20; wood, 5 cords at $8.25, 2 

cords at $7.50 827 54 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 637, 880 99 

Dauphin Public Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: desk, $25; labour, 14 h. at 75c; plumbing, $7.35; repairs, $15.75; scavenger 

work, 6 m. to May 1, 1912, at $2; travel of H. S. Matthews, architect, $36.65; sundry, 

$44.75 152 00 

Douglas Forestry Office ($111.87)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: section, base and top of cupboard, $43.75; tdter chair, $12.50; 

freight, $5.62 61 87 

Vincent & MacPherson: chair, $10; r. t. desk, $40 50 00 

Emerson Public Building ($1,152.28) — 

Caretakers, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $41.66: C. Thain, 9 m.; H. Pennock, 3 m 499 92 

Hargrave, Jas.: coal, 32-6 tons at $10.50 342 31 

Whitman, Chas.: coal, 5 tons at $8.50; gasoline, 125 gal. at 40c; wood, 1 cord at $6.50, 

16 cords at $6; sundry, $43.85 < 238 85 

Small payments: coal heater, $8; gasoline, 45 gal., $15.75; striped awnings, 4 at $7; sundry, 

$19 45 71 20 

Kelwood Forestry Office ($210)— 

McLeod, Albert: rent of office, heated and lighted, Apr. 1-Dec 1, 1912 96 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : 3 chairs, $14.15; f. t. desk, $26; 2 sections with base and 

top, $61.60; table, $12.25 : - .' 114 00 

Neepawa Public Building ($1,559.14)— 

Caretaker, J. Stevens: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65 780 00 

Neepawa Town: electric light: 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 1,259 k. w. at 15c; meter, $3.30 192 15 

Simpson, John & Son: r. t. desk, $39; stool, $6; tilter chair, $13 58 00 

Windatt& Co.: coal, 29-19 t. at $11.45, 6-24 t. at $10.80; sundry, $3.50 405 16 

Small payments: clock, $12; floor oil, 20 gal. at 68c; removing ashes and drawing water, 

$12.50; repairing coils, etc., $23.55; sweeping compound, $7.50; travel of H. E. 

Matthews, $11.25; wood, 2\ cords at $4.90; sundry, $31.18 123 83 

Portage la Prairie Public Building ($2,769.99)— 

Caretakers: J. S. Telfer, 4 m. to Aug. 1, 1912, at $45; Hy. Johns, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

at $45; Wm. Neale, Aug. 16-Mar. 31, 1913, 7|m. at $33.33 789 98 

Brown's Ltd.: 6 chairs, $27; desks, 1 f. t., $50, 1 r. t., $60, 1 t. w., $30; filing cabinet, 

$27; 2 tables, $30; 2 tilters, $29 , 253 00 

Burns Bros.: dustbane, $17.50; floor oil, $4.25; labour, 23 h. at 75c, 6| h. at 25c; sundry, 

$21 . 17 61 83 

Hargrave, J. C. & Co.: coal, 66-21 t. at $11. 15 738 27 

Portage la Prairie City: electric light, armoury, 6 m. to Feb. 1, 1913, 213 k. w., $27.03, 

meter, $1.50, post office, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 2,026 k. w. at 14^c, meter, $2.25, 

40-w. tungsten lamps, 50 at 60c, sundry supplies, $17; water rates, armoury, 3 m. 

to Mar. 31, 1913, 37-2 m. cu. ft. $12.30, meter, $1.25, post office, 1 y. to Mar. 1, 1913, 

102-42 M. cu. ft., $28.35, meter, $3 411 29 

Richards' Bros.: coal, 20-51 t. at $11.50, 16-94 t. at $11.25; wood, 4 cords at $3 438 52 

Small payments: coal, 1-5 t. at $9.50; coal oil, $7; dustbane, $6; hardware, $22.35; 

toilet paper, $7; sundry, $20.50 77 10 

Roblin Forestry Office ($63.53) — 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: f. t. desk, $28; 2 sections, $18; tilter chair, $7.75; sundry, 

$9.78 63 53 

Selkirk Public Building ($1,386.34)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Kidd.: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $55 660 00 

Reid, Thos.: coal 41-39 t. at $10.75; wood, $15.50 460 45 

Slekirk Town: electric light, Mar. 30, 1912-Feb. 25, 1913, 954 k. w. at 9c, meter, $3; 

water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 85-93 M gal., $21.45... 110 34 

Small payments: corbin door check, $8; 4 corbin door springs, $11; f. t. desk, $36.50; 

floor oil, $9; 40-w. lamps, 12 at 90c; tilter, $12.50; wood, 3 cords at $4; sundry, $55.75 155 55 

Souris Public Building ($4,757.82)— 

Caretaker, T. Summerfield: to Mar. 31, 1913, 10 m. at $33.33, 1 m. at $35.42, 1 m. at 

$37.50 406 22 

Clarke, John: final estimate for interior fittings of post office, $1,375 ; inside cupboard 

with street receiver, $25.75 1,400 75 

Piggott, M. A.: final estimate of work on post office 857 00 

Barclay & O'Hara: coal, 30-72 t. at $9.50 291 84 

Field, F. & J.: building cistern and connecting pipes as per contract, $82.50 ; dustbane, 

$8.25; |-in hose, 100 ft., $24; toilet paper, $8; sundry, $54.70 177 45 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, as per order, $310; freight and packing, $51.95 361 95 

Jeffries, Geo.: building fence and covering well, as per contract 197 50 

Johnson. Geo. M.: installing safe in post office, carpenter's time, 60 h. at 50c, carter's 

time, 60 h. at 30c, gas-fitter's time, 6 h. at 50c, sundry, $12 63 00 

Patrick, T. H. coal 3-925 t. at $10; wood, 4} cords at $7; sundry, $2.78 73 53 

Souris Gas Co.: gas, Apr .-Feb., 148-2 M cu. ft., $207.05; meter, $2.20; supplies, $7.75 217 00 

Souris Town: laying sewer pipes, $36; water rates, June 7, 1912-Feb. 18, 1913, 12-39 M 

cu. ft., $43.70; meter, 90c 80 60 

Taylor, J. & J.: freight, $59.52; safe, as per order, $405 464 52 

Carried forward " 650,877 48 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 650,877 48 

Souris Public Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: filling opening in stairway, $12; labour, 22 h. at 70c.; moving safe, 

S15; H. E. Matthews, travel, etc.; $26,35; removing ashes, etc., $18; 16 window 

shades, $47; sundry, $32.71 166 46 

Swan River Immigration Office ($90) — 

Rothwell, Benj. E.: rent of office, 6 m. to Mar. 6, 1913, at $15 90 90 

St. Boniface Public Building ($1,132.06)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Chausse: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $55 660 00 

Pittsburgh Coal Co.: coal, 32-15 t. at $9.65 310 24 

St. Boniface City: water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 24-29 M cu. ft 11 00 

Vulliez, Jean: corb in door check and spring, $13; repairing p. o. boxes, 56 at 50c; sundry, 

$11 52 00 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 801 k. w. at 3c, 103 k. w. 

at lc 25 06 

Small payments: labour, 16| h. at 85c, 11§ h. at 50c; slate lined box, $12.90; steel door 

mat, $7; sundry, $34.08 73 76 

Virden Immigration Hall ($288)— 

Palmer, E. H.: wood, 4 cords at $6.50, 2 cords at $6 -.-•••.• 38 00 

Virden School District No. 144: rent of school foai immigration hall, 1 y. to Mar. 15, 

1912 250 00 

Winnipeg Custom House (Old Post Office) ($10,553.39)— 

Cleaners, to Mar. 31, 1913: Miss R. Bagshawe, 11 m. at $85; Wm. Harrington, 12 m. at 

$60; Mrs. Tittle, 3 m. at $50, 8 m. at $60; B. Wasserman, 7 m. at $60, 5 m. at $65. . 3,030 00 

Elevator man, Jos. Coutu: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65 780 00 

Engineer, M. Mclvor: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $75 000 00 

Fireman, J. E. Webster: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Night watchman, A. Boiteau: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $60 720 00 

Banfield, J. A.: brass binding, 103 ft. at 15c; cork linoleum, 102 yd. at $1.50; painting 

linoleum, 103 yd, $35; cork linoleum with brass nosing, as per estimate, $229.50... 432 95 

Beairsto Plumbing Co.:. labour, 85 h. at 75c; repairing gas pipe, $30; sundry, $23.83. . 117 58 

Eaton, T. G.: decorating building, as per estimate 151 00 

Hood, W. J.: repairing blinds, skylights, cupboards, etc.: labour, 278 h. at 60c; plate 

glass, 28 lbs., $10.50; sundry, $44.36 221 66 

Huxley, W. F.: removing ashes and waste paper, 57 1. at $1 .75 99 75 

McDonald & Willson Lighting C:.: 2 spl. cutter hammer coils, $9.50; installing 17 lights 

above counter, as per tender, $110; labour, 17 h. at 70c; 40-w. lamps, 10 at $1; sundry, 

$8 . 65 150 05 

Metropolitan Window Cleaning Co.: cleaning: 126 windows, $40; skylight, $10 50 00 

Mossman, J. M.: time lock 100 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chairs, 1 arm, $10.4.5, 14 side, $57.20, 4 t. w., $37.82; 2 desks, 

$38.50, $36.50; 3 sections with top and base, $53.35; 2 sections with top, $10.70; 

steel cabinet, (including freight), $32.28; table, $25.30 302 10 

Pittsburgh Coal Co.: coal, 141-58 t. at $9.65 _ 1,366 27 

Rubenstein Bros. : 10 engraved brass plates, $49 . 50; freight, $2 . 50 52 00 

Schmidt & Co.: changing name plates, 14 h., $10.50; making brackets, glass shelves, etc., 

60 h., $58; sundry, $4.50 73 00 

Smith & Kirkpatrick: changing fixtures, $260; 3 desk extensions, $33.02; oak door, 

$25; repairing 19 chairs, labour, 34f h. at 65c, material, $10.42; shifting racks, $80; 

stamping table, $97; transom in partition, $25 553 02 

Western Coal Co.: coal, 2-5 t. at $11, 4-01 t. at $10.50, 1 t. at $9 78 60 

Winnipeg City: cleaning chimneys and repairing boilers, $10.60; water rates, Mar. 6- 

Nov. 30, 1912, 133,519 cu. ft., $100.07 110 67 

Winnioeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 6,790 k. w. at 3c; electric 

power, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 3,415 k. w. at 2|c, 1,115 k. w. at 2-lc; gas, 12 m. to 

Mar. 31, 1913,46-1 M cu. ft. at $1,275 •.•-.-••••. 362 74 

Small payments: chloro-naptholeum, 5 gal. at $2, hardware, $83; painting linoleum, 

2 coats as per contract, $37.50; perolin, 1 brl., $7.50; sundry, $44 182 00 

Winnipeg Engineer's Office ($1,134.45) — 

Black, C. H.: cabinet sections, 1, $26, 2 bases, $53.50, top, $5 84 50 

Heubach, Finkelstein & Heubach: rent of office, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $62 682 00 

Manitoba Government Telephone Co.: rent of telephones, G. 361, 1 y. 8 m. to July 1, 

1913, $132 65, Fr. 1987, 1 y. to July 1, 1913, $33; tolls, $5.20 170 85 

Office Specialtv M'fg. Co.: chairs, 1 tilter, $17.05, rotary, $7; 6 sections of cabinet with 

top and base, $109.55; 2 oak tables, $50.60 184 20 

Small payments: laundry work $4.90; rent of p. o ; box, $8 12 90 

Winnipeg Examining Warehouse ($11,933.79) — 

Caretaker, S. B. Jeffrey: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $80 960 00 

Elevatormen, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65: J. Fontaine, 12 m.; Jos. Knott, 12 m.; A. H. 

Smith, 10 m. 24 d 2, 260 32 

Engineer, Wm. Clark: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $85 1,020 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ eta. 

Brought forward 668, 482 16 

Winnipeg Examining Warehouse — Concluded. 

Firemen: Frank Burns, Oct. 25-Mar. 31, 1913, 5} m. at $65; J. Kennedy, 12 m. to Mar. 

31, 1913, at $65; J. Saunders, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70; S. A. Stoddart, 1 m. 6 

d., $77.58 2,035 58 

Beairsto Plumbing Co.: repairing pipes, &c: labour, 99 h. at $1, 37 h. at 75c, 18 h. at 

60c; materials, $42.95 180 50 

Eaton, T. Co. : decorating building, as per tender 50 00 

Hood, W. J.: cement, $7.97; hardware, $21; hose, $17.05; 4 iron plates, drilled, bored 

and placed, $73; labour, 733-| h. at 60c; lumber, dressed, 2,150 ft. at $66, maple 

flooring, 124 ft. at $75, oak, 576 ft. at $105; supplying 6 trucks for waste paper, and 

fastening doors of chute, $297; sundry, $71 .24 1, 139 04 

Huxley, W. F.: removingash.es, &c, 116 1. at $1.75 203 00 

McCollBros. & Co.: 'Arctic' cylinder oil, 50 gal. at $1 50 00 

Metropolitan Window Cleaning Co.: cleaning 300 windows, as per contract • 75 00 

Smith & Kirkpatrick: 28 angle irons, $12.50; building 6 bunks for Great Northern 

Express Co., 15 birch tops, $88, labour, 240 h. at 60c, lumber, $32.58; dressed fir, 11 

pes., $12.50; labour, 57 h. at 60c; repairs, $16.50; apparently overpaid, $5 345 28 

Western Coal Co.: coal, 5-105 t. at $7, 40-83 t. at $6.30 292 96 

Windatt & Co.: coal, 332-45 t 2,256 33 

Winnipeg City: cleaning chimney, 60c; water rates, Feb. 3-Nov. 8, 1912, 471,607 gal., 

$419.40 420 00 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1913, 3,780 k.w. at 3c; electric 

power, 1 y. to .Mar. 31, 1913, 7,380 k.w. at 21c 2,510 k.w. at 2-lc; gas, 1 y. to Mar. 

31, 1913, 11-5 M cu. ft. at $1.20 345 94 

Small payments: desk, $38.50; 'Dutch' cleanser, 1 brl., $21; hardware, $33.30; labour, 

16 h. at 60c; plumbing, $16.20; repairing 23 locks, $11.50; repairing plaster work, 

$28.90; wood, 4 cords, $30; sundry, $110.84 299 84 

Winnipeg Forestry Office ($70.15)— 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: steel cabinet, $49.50; 2 wardrobes, $15; sundry, $5.65 70 15 

Winnipeg Grain Exhibits Building ($102.64)— 

Atchison, Thos.: wood, 9 cords at $7 .50 67 50 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913 4 63 

Small payments: cleaning chimneys and boilers, $26.95; sundry, $3.56 30 51 

Winnipeg Immigration Building ($5,916.51) — 

Elevator men at $65, to Mar. 31, 1913: P. C. Devey, 12 m.; Jas. Johnston, 6 m. 11 d 1, 193 83 

Atchison, Thos.: tamarack wood, 40 cords at $7.50; 1 cord cut and split, $9.50 309 50 

Canadian Tungsten Lamp Co.: tungsten lamps, 60-w., 50 at 68-4c, 40-w., 100 at 55-2c; 

16 c p. lamps, 250 at 15c 126 90 

Case, J. I. Threshing Co.: rent of building, 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, at $40 120 00 

Pittsburgh Coal Co.: 328-69 t. at $9.65 3, 171 63 

Western Coal Co.: coal, 4-99 t. at $11 54 90 

Winnipeg City: water rates, Mar. 20-Dec 11, 1912, 481,280 cu. ft 441 54 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 13,967-3 k.w. at 3c; 

electric power, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 1,089-5 k.w. at 2-7c 448 41 

Small payments: 200 carbons, $10; coal, 1-41 1. at $7. 50; decorating building, $24; sundry, 

$5 . 25 49 80 

Winnipeg Inland Revenue and Indian Affairs Office ($4,221.21) — 

Bawlf, N.: rent of office, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 - 3,442 50 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: chairs, 15 side $49; 2 tilters, $22.25; r. t. desk, $69.75; 

f.t. desk, $38.50; oak table, $15; 3 'Shannon' sections, $49.50; 2 special steel cases 

for vault, $495; sundry, $10. 15 749 15 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913 5 26 

Small payments: engraved sign, $22 . 50; sundry, $1 . 80 -. . 24 30 

Winnipeg General Post Office ($26,322.42)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Smith: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65 780 00 

Cleaners, to Mar. 31, 1913: M. Baku, 2 m. at $5; Mrs. E. J. Buck, 12 m. at $24; M. 

Hieczuk, 9 m. at $5; Mrs. E. Fewtrell, 12 m. at $74; A. H. Latour, $57.80; Oriental 

Expert- Window Cleaning Co., 12 m. at $12.50; T. Priest, 11 m. at $20; Mrs. M. 

Pugsley, 12 m. at $95 2, 798 80 

Elevator men, to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65: A. R. Brush, 12 m.; F. Jenkins, 12 m.; T. Mc- 

Maighen, 12 m.; W. Thorarinson, 12 m 3, 120 00 

Engineer, Jos. Hay: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $90 1,080 00 

Firemen: John Bird, 9 d., $20.32; G. Buchanan, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70; A. Forbes, 
6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $370.32; T. Philips, 11 d., $27.10; A. Sabin, 3 d., $7.50; J. 

Watterson, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70 2, 105 24 

Bernier, Blackwood & Bernier: legal services 203 10 

Boyd, Bishop Co.: toilet paper, 13 cases at $5.50 71 50 

Canadian General Electric Co.: \ h. p., 60 cycle, induction motor complete 64 00 

Canadian Tungsten Lamp Co.: tungsten lamps, 100-w., 24 at 97c, 60-w., 120 at 68 -5c, 
40-w., 196 at 55-2c; 25-w., 18 at 63c, 25-w., 100 at 44-4c; 'Brilliant' lamps, 16 c p., 
750 at 15c. 381 90 

Carried forward 697,090 77 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 697, 090 77 

Winnipeg General Post Office — Concluded. 

Eaton, T. Co.: decorating building, as per tender 212 00 

Ert, Michael: 25-w. lamps, 144 at 43c 61 92 

Green & Lister: cement, 3 brl., $21.45; ebonite packing, $11.20; fire brick, $57.25; 
fitting up 2 fountains, as per tender, $142; labour, bricklayers, 96 h. at 85c, plumbers, 

157 h. at 70c, labourers, 287| h. at 40c; sundry, $98.45 636 85 

Hastings, T. A. : travel and outlay 86 45 

Hood, W. J.: general repairs: labour, 1,928 h. at 60c; locks, $8.50; lumber, maple floor- 
ing, 2,225 ft. at $65; sundry lumber, $81.49; 5 oak transoms, $38.50; putting up 
partitions and shelving, as per contract, $188; putting in pigeon holes, $60; repairing 
. floors, 419 h. at 60c; plate glass, $8.60; repairing floor and completing partition, as 
per tender, $425; 7 tables with drawers, $51.37; taking down storm sashes, 111 h. at 
60c; sundry, $272.37; vouchers outstanding, R. 38,685, $339.18, R. 44,060, $164.08, 

R. 42,257, $165.76, R. 50,126, $357.20, R. 50,127, $95.80 3,875 28 

Huxley, W. F.: removing ashes, &c, 108 1. at $1.75 189 00 

Leslies': 3 tables, $50; sundry, $1.75... 51 75 

Lozo & Diebold: repairing locks, 117 at 50c; sundry, $32.25 90 75 

Manitoba Government Telephones: rent of telephone, 15 m. to June 30, 1913 102 50 

McDonald & Wilson Lighting Co.: 'Benjamen' plugs, 4 doz. at $3; flexible cord, 600 
ft. at 2c; reinforced cord, 1,209 ft. at 5c; fuses, 210 at 20c; key sockets, 108, $27; 
labour, $8.10; lamps, 100-w., 6 at $1.50, 60-w., 10 at $1.25, 12 at $1; 40-w., 45 at $1; 
parabolic shades, 2 doz. at $9; starting switch, $18; telephones, desk, 3 at $16.50, 

4 at $15.50; sundry, $76.85 464 40 

Metropolitan Window Cleaning Co.: cleaning 202 windows 80 00 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: 15 chairs, $106.95; drawer locks, style C, 68 at $2.75, style 
D., 30 at $5, style E., 8 at $10; f. t. desk, $38; freight, $24.79; guides for filing cabinet, 
$9; repairing boxes, $7; special bag rack, $50; steel cabinet, $47.30; wardrobes, 

$63.90; sundry, $46.62 810 56 

Robinson & Co.: 'Dutch' cleanser, 3 brl., $48.75; lamps, 12 at 75c, 25 at 60c; sundry, 

$26 20 98 95 

Schmidt & Co.: repairing 11 locks,' $23; sundry, $28 .'25.'.'.'.'.'. '. '. '. '. '. .'. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. ' '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. 51 25 

Smith & Kirkpatrick: labour, 284 h. at 65c, 3Hh. at 50c; lumber, 384 ft. at 12c; sundry, 

$39. 15; R. 43,847 (voucher outstanding), $80 365 58 

Vulcan Iron Works: 3 par. arch plates, 1,508 lb. at 4c; grate bars, 2,000 lb. at 4|c; labour, 

20 h. at 70c; steel manhole bridges, 6 at $1 .50; sundry, $20.21 193 53 

Walsh & Charles: diaphragm rubbers, 18 at 50c; diaphragm valve tops, 6 at $5.65; 

hard rubber discs, 18 at 55c; hard rubber valve seats, 24 at 55c; sundry, $8.70. ... 74 70 

. Western Coal Co.: coal, 10-565 t. at $8.50, 2-495 t. at $7.50, 4-825 t. at $7, 55-66 at $6.83 522 50 

Windatt & Co.: coal, 5-36 t. at $7, 450-1 1. at $6.65 3,030 59 

Winnipeg City: water rates, Mar. 2-Nov. 26, 50,810.7 cu. ft.; 436 13 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1913, 81,139 k.w. at 3c; electric 
power, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 13,330 k.w. at 2|c, 4,930 k.w. at 2.1c; gas, 12 m. to 

Mar. 31, 1913, 252-2 M cu. ft. at $1.35 3,178 10 

Wyatt, A. E.: belting $13.50; 2 hair brooms, $8.50; 1J in. hose, 40 ft., $12.80; roof plates, 

$7.50; step ladder, $7; sundry, $85.90 135 20 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 3 I.e., $149.80, 2 d.l.c, $65.60, 2 final I.e., $108; 4 prel. 

I.e., $210; 2 wings, 27 pigeon holes and tables, $20. . 553 40 

Small payments: carbons, 5 doz. at $3.60; chloro-naptholeum, 5 gal. at $2; cleaning 8 
carpets, $16; coal, 2-46 t. at $8; 8 'fire escape' signs, $22; hardware, $11.40; 24 office 
stools at $1.25, 24 at $1.30; painting 2 flag staffs, $10; repairing p.o. boxes, $19.20; 
8 rubber strips for door, $36; 'So-clean,' brl., $11; sweeping compound, $34; waste 
paper baskets, 6 at $5; wheels for truck, 11 at $2; wood, 1 c, $7.50; sundry, $88.40. . 416 40 

Winnipeg Postal Station A (Union Station) ($3,616.23) — 

Canadian Northern Ry. Co.: rent of premises, 3 m. to Nov. 30, 1912 604 00 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.: rent of office, 1 yr. to Oct. 1, 1912 2,050 00 

Hood, W.J. : vouchers outstanding, R. 27432, $64.74, R. 50126, $138.40 203 14 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: final letter sorting case, $120; freight, $20.07; 2 movable racks 

$240; standing desk, $28; stool, $5 413 07 

Smith & Kirkpatrick: 8 clear glazed office sashes, $55; fir, 500 ft. at 2|c; oak, 150 ft. at 
12c; labour, 110 h. at 65c, 211 h. at 60c, 45 h. at 50c; oak brackets, frame, &c, $20; 
sundry, $21.17 346 02 

Winnipeg Postal Station B ($1,543.63) — 

Caretaker, John Lamb: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Green & Listc : fitting up drinking fountain, as per tender 71 00 

Hood, W.J: labour, 23 h. at 60c; R. 27432, voucher outstanding $45.50 59 39 

Pittsburgh Coal Co.: coal, 53.14 t. at $9.65 512 83 

Winnipeg City: water, Mar. 7-Dec 2, 1912, 2,186-2 cu. ft 28 33 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 1,808 k.w. at 3c 54 22 

Small pavments: cleaning 48 windows, $12; removing ashes, $10.50; wood, 2 e. at $9.50; 

sundry, $56.45 97 95 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward. 717, 968 42 

Winnipeg Railway Commissioner's Office ($798) — 

Cleaner, R. Derbyshire: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at 8 96 00 

Banque D'Hochelago: rent of office, 4J m. to Mar. 15, 1913 247 50 

Royal Bank: rent of office, 2 m. to Oct. 31, 1912 110 00 

Trader's Bank: rent of office, 5 m. to Aug. 31, 1912 275 00 

Winnipeg Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 4 00 

Small payments: chair, $9; desk, $35.20; sundry, $21.30 65 50 

Winnipeg Public Buildings Generally ($2,531.08)— 

Carpenter, Wm. Johnston: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $75 900 00 

Electricians: Jas. Newton, 5 m. 24-2 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, $493.39; A. H. Latour, 1 m. 11 d., 

$168.86; O. Radford, 9 m. 7 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, $923.33 1,585 58 

■ Cyr, J. Ernest: travel and outlay -. 43 25 

H. E. Matthews: outlay 2 25 

Manitoba Generally ($201.79)— 

Travel and outlay of officials: J. E. Cyr, $36.50; H. G. Cuttle, $11.80; H. E. Matthews, 

$28.85 • 77 15 

King's Printer, $70.54; Stationery Office, $54.10 124 64 

Battleford Public Building ($1,859.87) — 

Caretaker, E. M. Webb: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45 540 00 

Battleford Town: electric light, Apr., 1912, June-Feb., 1913, 3,052 k.w 311 59 

Latimer, W. R.: coal, 4.57 t. at $15, 3-89 t. at $7, less $54.09 (V— 162, 1911-12) 41 77 

Laurie, R. C: cordwood, 40§ c. at $5 202 50 

Speers, A. M.: coal, 41-24 t. at $15, 9-59 t, at $7.50; wood, 13|c, $55.40 746 01 

Small payments: removing ashes, $6; supplying water, 72 brl., $12 18 00 

Biggar Immigration Building ($160.40) — 

North American Lumber & Supply Co.: coal, 13-2 t. at $10, 1-48 t. at $7.50, -93 t. at 

$6.50; cartage, $11.25 160 40 

Carlyle Forestry Office ($90.87)— 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinet, $30; desk, &c., $60.87 90 87 

Estevan Public Building, Sask. ($1,272.35) — 

Caretaker, R. Murray: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $45 540 00 

Duncan, P. C. Co.: coal 88-98 t. at $2.90; sundry. $16.65 274 68 

Estevan Town: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 1,814 k.w., $221.07; meter, $2.75; 

supplies, $7.30 _ 231 12 

Murray, R.: outlay for construction of 2 storm porches 123 00 

Small payments: cartage, £22.50; removing ashes, &c, $35; repairing furnace, $8.14; 

water, 37 tanks at 75c; sundry, $10.16 . . . . 103 55 

Gravelbourg Immigration Hall ($241) — 

Beaubien, J. N.: coal, 10 t. at $23.30 233 00 

Du Cuisson, Arthur: wood, 1 c ; . 8 00 

Herbert Immigration Hall ($225)— 

Harms, G.: rent of building, May-Sept., 1912, 5 m. at $25 125 00 

Wiebe, J. T.: rent of building Apr.-July, 1911, 4 m. at $25 100 00 

Humboldt Dominion Lands Office ($1,201.33) — 

Caretaker, W. Kingsley: Jan. 3-Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 146 77 

Borget, Albert J.: rent of office, 4 m. to May 1, 1912, at $60 240 00 

Scherne-iaucr, N.: coal, 37.3 t. at $13.50, 1-125 t. at $8, 3-615 t. at $7 537 91 

Stevenson, W. R.: coal, 5-35 t. at $13.50, 5-59 t, at $7.50; wood, 71 c. at $6, 2 c. at $4.50 169 75 

Supplies from stores: bag rack 50 00 

Small payments: coal, 1-95 t. at $13-75, 1-25 t. at $10-50; sundry, $16.95 56 90 

Indian Head Experimental Farm ($510.31) — 

Hunter, Cantelon & Co.: corl, 20 t. at $12, 10 t. at $10 340 00 

Indian Head Town: electric light: house, 11 m. to Feb. 25, 1913, 9,744 k.w., $150.53; 
meter, $2.75; oGcc, 8 m. to Feb. 25, 1913, 106 k.w., $7.60; meter, $1.90; stables, Nov. 

27-Feb. 25, 1913, 370 k.w., $6.78; meter, 75c 170 31 

Indian Head Forestry O. ice ($1,2°6.37)— 

Conn, Jas.: wood, 10 c. at 7.50 75 00 

Hunter, Cantelon & Co.: coal, 45 t, at $12, 15 t. at $10 690 00 

Indian Head Town: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 25, 1913, 617 k.w., $14.06; meter, $2.75; 

watei rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $123.81; voucher outstanding, 75c 141 37 

Osment, L. A.: rent of office, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Kerrobert Immigration Hall ($179.57)— 

Beaver Lumber Co.: coal, 4-81 1. at $10, 12-31 1. at $9.25, 1-05 t, at $7.75; sundry $8.50 178 57 

Canadian Pacific Ry . Co. : rent of site 1 00 

Lloydminster Immigration Building ($244.63) — 

Johnson, W. & Son: electric light, Apr. 1-Ilar. 3, 1913, 254 k.w., $43.65; meter, $3.30 46 95 

Vincent, Jas.: coal, 31-94 t. at $5.25; wood, 5 c. at $6 197 68 

Maple Creek Public Building ($2,123.78)— 

Caretaker, W. A. Douglas: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $16.66 199 92 

Hodson Hardware Co.: 2 doz. burners, $8.40; carbide, 15 cans at $7; sundry, $15.75 129 15 

Hollings, Alex. E.: making 3 sectional porches, $160; sundry, $18.85 178 85 

Carried forward 729, 198 91 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. S cts. 

Brought forward 729, 198 91 

Maple Creek Public Building — Concluded. 

Maple Creek Town: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913 50 75 

Meneley, A. A.: coal 21-55 t. at $12, 4-17 t. at $8; 3 chairs, $24.70; floor dressing, 10 gal. at 

$1.25; sundry, $14.05 343 25 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 4 chairs, $17; freight, $154.71; cap size 1-5 cut p.b. guides, 

1,000 at 7§c; steel guides, 300 at 30c; 20 steel cabinets at $30 936 71 

Taylor, J. & J.: safe as per order, $211.50; freight, $45.90 257 40 

Small payments: carbide, 3 t. at $7.50; sundry, $5.25 27 75 

Moose Jaw Dominion Land Office ($3,197.61)— 

Grontage, E.: kalsomining, 600 yd. at 10c; painting, $10 70 00 

McLeod, M. J.: rent of office, 15 m. to Feb. 18, 1913, at $150; cleaning, Apr. 1, 1907-Feb. 

28, 1913, $335; lighting, Apr. 1, 1907-Feb. 28, 1913, $542.61 3,127 61 

Moose Jaw Immigration Building ($430.10)— 

City Ice & Coal Co.: coal, 16-99 t. at $9.25 157 20 

Moose Jaw City: electric light, Feb. 6, 1912-Jan. 6, 1913, 514 k.w. at 7- 2c, meter, $2.10; 

water rates, Jan. 19. 1912-Dec 31, 1912, $29.85; rent of site for building, 2 yrs. to 

Apr. 16, 1913, $200 268 95 

Small payments: sundry 3 95 

Moose Jaw Inland Revenue Office ($740)— 

Fraser, N. S.: rent of offices, 6 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $50 300 00 

Grayson, Wm.: rent of offices, Dec, 1911-Oct., 1912, 6 m. at $30, 5 m. at $50 430 00 

Law, Geo. : cartage 10 00 

Moose Jaw Railway Mail Service ($955.64) — 

Caretaker, W. E. Panton: 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 1912 80 00 

Hopkins & Latham: rent of 4 rooms in Russell Block, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, at $80 800 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: document section, $24; 'Shannon' section. $15; sundry, $3.98 42 98 

Moose Jaw City: electric light, Mar. 4, 1912-Mar. 10, 1913, 175 k.w., $14.61; meter, $1.55 16 16 

Small payments: cartage, $6; table, $8; sundry, $2.50 16 50 

Moose Jaw Public Building ($4,016.91) — 

Caretaker, R. West: 12 ra. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54. 16 649 92 

Hastings, T. A.: freight on sorting cases, $56.79; sundry, $31.50 88 29 

Hitchcock & McCulloch: on account coal (R. 50074 voucher outstanding) 400 00 

Moose Jaw City: electric light, Apr. 2, 1912-Mar. 5, 1913, 12,871 k.w., $970.10; meter, 

$2.20; water rates, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, 15-238 M cu. ft., $46.40 1,018 70 

Moose Jaw Hardware Co.; 'Blount' door check, $8.50; coal oil, 100 gal. at 35c; dust- 
bane, 2 bbl., $15; installing 3 tanks, $61; labour, 34 h., $25.05; 5 oil heaters, $34 ; 

repairing boiler, $6.40; water cooler, $9.50; sundry, $68.90 263 35 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chair, $8.50; f. t. desk, $41; freight, $60.42; steel case, $523; 

style 'G' bag rack, $375; wardrobe, $26.50; sundry, $2 1,036 42 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 2 I.e. at $29.50, 3 final I.e., $107; sorting case with 

3 bins, $93; stools, 20 at $3.50 329 00 

Small payments: chair, $14; electrical supplies, $18.80; labour, 28 h. at 40c, 51 h. at 30c, 

23 h. at 25c; 2 letter cases, $8; painting 14 letter boxes, $25; 2 pigeon hole cases, $30; 

removing ashes, 5 1. at $2; 2 sections with tops and sets of pigeon holes, $19; 20 stools 

$21 . 67; sundry $52 . 51 231 23 

North Battleford Immigration Building ($811.45) — 

Edwards, Frederick: rent of office, 12 m. to Aug. 5, 1912, at $25; light, Dec 1, 1911-Aug. 

5, 1912, $12 . 25 312 25 

Leask, Alex.: rent of office, 7 m. to Mar. 5, 1913, at $50 350 00 

North Battleford Town: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 615 k.w., $78.60; meter, 

$2.75; water rates, $25.05 106 40 

Small payments: coal, 2-07 t. at $8, 3-3 t. at $7: sundry, $3. 10 42 80 

North Portal Immigration Hall ($194.02)— 

Dorsey, W. H.: coal, 30-47 t. at $3.75; water, 105 bbl. at 75c 193 02 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.: rent of site for hall 1 00 

Prince Albert Immigration Office ($334.08)— 

Canadian Northern Ry. Co.: rent of building site, 1 yr. to May 31, 1912 120 00 

Fuel Supply Co.: wood, 10 c at $5 50 00 

Hulme, Thos. A.: wood, 15 c at $4. 25 63 75 

Prince Albert City: electric light, Apr.-Feb., 310 k.w. at 7 -6c; meter, $2.70 26 23 

Small payments: bronzing radiator, $10; 20 ft. sign, $35; sundry, $29. 10 74 10 

Prince Albert Public Building ($4,577.48)— 

Caretakers, at $75: R. D. Robertson, Apr.-June; J. Donaldson, July-Mar 900 00 

Charwomen: Mrs. N. Belfry, $150; Mrs. J. S. Donaldson, $99.50; C. Lissick, $90; Annie 

Whitford, $60 399 50 

Firemen, at $60: F. Fcrdinado, Apr., 1912; F. Cicilino, 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 420 00 

Green, D.: wood, 50 c at $4.25 212 50 

Henderson & Meighen: rug, $30; 8 window shades, $15; sundry, $7.25 52 25 

Hulme, Thos. A.: wood, 50 c at $4. 25 212 50 

Malcolmsori, D.; 2 brackets at $3.50; desk lamp, $6.50; lamps, 12 at 35c, 36 at 25c; 

labour, 15£ h. at 60c; sundry, $25.50 61 50 

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Brought forward 743, 752 83 

Prince Albert Public Building — Concluded. 

Manville Hardware Co.: dustbane, 1 bbl., $12.75; 'Dutch Cleanser/ 1 bbl., $21; floor 

oil, 15 gal. at $1; f-in. hose, 100 ft.; $27; labour, 36 h. at 75c; repairing pipes, &c, 

$19; toilet paper, $12; sundry, $106.62 240 37 

Milne, Jas.: wood, 50 c. at $4. 50 225 00 

Prince Albert City: light, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 16,647 k.w. at 6-8c; meter, $2.70 ; 

water rates, 1 yr. to Dec. 31, 81-61 M cuft., $82.32 1,216 96 

Turner, F. W. : painting and kalsomining, as per tender 285 00 

Wright, W. J.: alterations to office, as per tender, $112.25; repairing doors, $26.25 138 50 

Small payments: chloride of lime, $11.50; electrical supplies, $13.25; clock, $20; glass 

$10.80; hauling cordwood, $26.50; labour, 36 h. at 65c, 18 h. at 60c; lumber, 518 ft. 

at 3§c.; lamps, 2 stand, $9.50, 24 tungstens, $21.65; sundry, $47.87 213 40 

Regina Custom House ($850) — 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : 4 elm lockers, $40; 4 elm wardrobes, $33 73 00 

ReginaCity: electric light, Jan. 1-Feb. 10, 1913, 46 k.w. at 8- lc; meter, 25c 4 00 

Three Star Liquor Store: rent of office, 3 m.to Dec. 31, 1912 750 00 

Small payments: 6 chairs, $18; sundry, $5 23 00 

Regina Dominion Land Office ($2,298.73)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Gore: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Fireman, T. Perkins: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Armstrong, Smyth & Dowswell, Ltd.: labour, 150 h. at 50c; lawn mowers, $10; 2 ply 

roofing, 12 sqrs., $36; sundry, $57.88 178 88 

Hargrave, J. G. Co.: coal, 42-37 t. at $12. 75 540 19 

Regina City: electric light, Mar. 30, 1912-Jan. 10, 1913, 1,759 k.w., $149.30; meter, $2.25; 

water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $65.25 216 80 

Whitmore Bros.: coal, 5-27 t. at $9; wood, 6 c at $8 95 41 

Williams, R. H., & Sons.: bunting, $10.70; flags, $13.60; labour, decorating building, 

60 h. at 50c 54 30 

Small payments: 30 gal. boiler, $8; sundry, $5.15 13 15 

Regina Immigration Building ($299 . 25) — 

Regina City: electric light, Mar. 30, 1912-Jan. 4, 1913, 676 k.w., $58.32; meter, $2.25; 

water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $32.40 92 97 

Whitmore Bros.: coal, 21-14 t. at $9 190 28 

Small payments: wood, 2 c at $8 ." 16 00 

Regina Public Building ($7,889.58)— 

Cleaner, Mrs. M. Sonoski: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $40 480 00 

Elevator man, John Rhinelander: 10 m. 29 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 « 546 77 

Firemen: T. Jackson, 1 m. 14 d. to May 14, 1912, at $55; W. Linton, 10 m. 17 d., to Mar. 

31, 1913, at $55; J. Malcolrnson, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 1,380 00 

Armstrong, Smyth & Dowswell: brushes, $8.40; floor oil, 104 gal. at $1; sundry, $115.55. 227 95 

Crapper, F. M.: painting letter boxes, 30 at $1, parcel receptacles, 8 at $2.50 50 00 

Hall, J. S. : repairing locks, keys, &c 70 85 

Hargrave, J. G. Co.: coal, 152-43 t. at $12. 75 1,943 44 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co: bag racks, 3 at $25; f. t. desk, $30.75; truck, style H., $30 ; 

sundry, $6.43 142 18 

Regina City: electric light, Mar. 30-Oct. 3, 1912, 11,015 k.w., $1,254.60, meter, $1.50 ; 

electric power, Apr. 9, 1912-Mar. 1, 1913, 19,373 k.w., $1,264.49, meter, $6.25; water 

rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 31, 1913, $94.60 2,621 44 

Saskatchewan Government Telephones: rent of telephone, 6 m. to Mar. 1, 1913 13 55 

Surtees, W. F.: decorating building for visit of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught, 92 h. at 65c 59 80 

Whitmore Bros.: coal, 10 t. at $9; wood, 6 c at $8 138 00 

Small payments: clock, $8; glazing lights, &c, $12.15; labour, 54 h., $33.75; removing 

ashes, 24 1. at$l; table, $12.50; toilet paper, $22; 2 window shades, $8; wood, $24.25; 

sundry, $70.95 , 215 60 

Rosthern Experimental Farm ($329 . 50) — 

Reliance Lumber Co.: coal, 21-33 tons at $13, 4-17 tons at $9.50 317 00 

Small payments: sundry 12 50 

Saskatoon Custom House ($617.33)— 

Hazen-Twiss, Ltd.: book case, $20; chairs, 8 desk at $9, 2 office at $4.50; 2 f. t. desks, 

$80; wardrobe, $12 193 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: table desks, 6 at $25.30 151 80 

Saskatoon City: light, 1st Ave. office, Jan. 20, 1912-Mar. 20, 1913, 3,467 k. w., $254.05; 

3rd Ave. office, Sept. 17, 1912-Mar. 20, 1913,226 k. w., $18.48 272 53 

Saskatoon Dominion Lands Office ($2, 259) — 

Eclipse Mfg. Co. : 12 vertical steel filing cabinets 379 00 

Hazen-Twiss, Ltd.: chairs, 4 at $10, 1 at $8; t. w. desk, $32 80 00 

Saskatoon Masonic Temple Co.: rent of office, 1 y. to June 11, 1913 1, 800 00 

Saskatoon Immigration Office ($315.68) — 

Saskatoon City: electric light, 1 y. to Mar. 20, 1913, 557 k. w., $48.02; water rates, Aug. 

27-Dec 14, 1912, 2-07 M cu. ft. at $3, meter, 17c 54 43 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 760, 669 88 

Saskatoon Immigration Office — Concluded. 

Simmons Bros.: coal, 4 tons at $13.50; wood, 2 cords at $7.25, 25 cords at $6.75 237 25 

Small payments: drawing water, 120 brl. at 20c 24 00 

Saskatoon Weights and Measures Office ($240.75) — 

Cushing Bros. : pine tables, 4 at $14 56 00 

Hazen-Twiss, Ltd. : r. t. desk, $50; lettering sign, $4; 2 mats, $9 63 00 

MacMillan, F. R.: curtain with pole, $20; linoleum, 34 yd. at $1; sundry, $2.75 56 75 

Simmons Bros. : erecting counter, as per contract 65 00 

Saskatoon Public Building ($9,398.99)— 

Caretakers, at $75: W. Tyrie, 2 m. to May 31, 1913; R. Elliott, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 900 00 

Assistant caretaker: J. Kearns, 9-266 m. at $65 602 33 

Cairns, J. F.: decorating building for Coronation Day, bunting, 500 yd. at 8c, flags, 200 

at 10c; laborer, $30; toilet paper, $16.50; sundry, $15.40 121 90 

Cope Furniture Co.: 4 chairs, $19; cork carpet, 19 yd. at $1.25; f. t. desk, $33 75 75 

Elford & Cornish: 4 gate valves, $28; hot water fixtures, $58; labour, 148 h. at $1, 8 h. at 

85c, 90 h. at 50c; pipe, 210 ft., $39; sundry, $74.85 399 65 

Fletcher & McGarvey: drops, 36 at 75c; lamps, 16 c p., 8 doz. at $3> 32 c p., 1 doz. at 
$6, 40-w. tungstens, 36 at 90c, 25-w. tungstens, 24 at 65c; labour, 49 h. at 75c, 35 h. 
at 40c; repairing lights, $21.50; shades, 36 at $1; wiring new addition, as per contract, 

$41; sundry, $65.59 319 84 

Forbes, Bell & Co.: 2 desk lamps, $15; 40-w. tungsten lamps, 24 at $1; sundry, $19.25 58 25 

Hastings, T. A.: freight on sorting cases, $67.90; sundry outlay, $32 99 90 

Hazen-Twiss, Ltd.: brooms, $7.50; 2 chairs, $20; 2 r. t. desks, $60, $30; soap, $6; toilet 

paper, $12; waste paper baskets, 3 at $3; sundry, $3.50 148 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: truck, $60; freight, $21.15; sundry, $5.60 86 75 

Rubenstein Bros.: 2 brass grills, $46; 9 engraved plates, $25; engraved sign, $22.50; sundry, 

<jm 97 50 

Saskatoon City: electric light', Jan.' 20, 1912-Mar.'26,' 1913, 20, 521 k. w., "$i,'448.67," annex, 
July 24, 1912-Mar. 20, 1913, 1,500 k. w., $106.95; water rates, Jan. 8-Dec 24, 1912, 

147-815 M cu. ft., $194.38 1,750 00 

Saskatoon Hardware Co.: brooms, 3 doz., $23.70; hair broom, $7.60; 'Corbin' check 
and bracket, $16; 2 door checks, $17; door lock, $15; dustbane, 3 brl. at $12.75, 1 

at $12.50; glass, $11; sundry, $47.10 188 15 

Schmidt, A. H.: decorating public building for visit of H. R. H., Duke of Connaught: 

bunting, 500 yd. at 10c; flags, 100 at 10c; labour, $40 100 00 

* Simmons Bros.: cut pine, 15 cords at $8; labour, 31 h. at 75c, 78 h. at 60c; plate glass, 

$6; setting glass in storm windows, $44.30; sundry, $73.62 313 97 

Webb, Fred. H.: as per contracts: addition to post office, $1,200; alterations and fixtures, 
$475; coal chute, $30; corner basin, $18; front door lock, $12.60; labour, 30 h. at 90c, 
162 h. at 65c, 129 h. at 60c, 97 h. at 50c; lumber for shelving, &c, $150.60; 2 'Rick- 
son' door checks, $22.50; supplying and fitting storm sashes, window screens, &c, 

$290; sundry, $127.43 i 2, 584 33 

Windatt & Co.: coal, 76-562 tons at $12.95; less underpaid, $1.71 .} 989 76 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 2 1. c at $29.50, 3 final 1. c, $107; 3 sorting cases with 

bin, $62; 2 extra bins, $31; 1. c stools, 24 at $3.50 343 00 

Small payments: 3 brass plates, $14.25; cartage, $25.48; cleaning windows, $13.50; plumb- 
ing, $17.40; removing ashes, paper, &c.-, $60.15; removing storm windows, $30; repair- 
ing truck, $13; 20 stools, $21.67; sundry, $24.46 219 91 

Scott Experimental Farm ($230.70)— 

Beaver Lumber Co.: coal, 3-16 tons at $13, 12-73 tons at $10, 1-32 tons at $8, 4-69 tons 

at $7.50; sundry, $1.50 215 70 

McCulloch, Jas.: coal, 2 tons at $7.50 15 00 

Swift Current Public Building ($1,427.82)— 

Carter-Jones Electric Co. : wiring office, as per tender 75 00 

Francis & Wheat: alterations on post office, as per tender, labour, 274 h. at 55c, sundry 

labour, $42.25, material, $14.40; repairing boxes, $9.70; lumber, &c, $162.98 380 03 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, as per order, $210; freight, &c, $56.25 266 25 

McDonald, G. R.: coal, 511 tons at $10.75, 1 ton at $8.35, 1-4 ton at $8.15 74 67 

Swift Current Hardware Co.: stoves, 2 at $35, 1 at $30; setting up stoves, $21; 6 lamps, 

$9; sundry, $7.95 137 95 

Webber, Arthur: rent of temporary post office, 3 m. to Feb. 20, 1913, $450; allowance 
to tenant to deliver up part of rented premises, $25; less amount of account of Francis 
& Wheat, R. 45651, to be deducted from first rental payable, as per agreement, $56.65 418 35 

Small payments: coal, $19.15; T. A. Hastings, outlay, $35.53; repairing letter boxes, 

$19.89; rent of immigration site, $1 75 57 

Tisdale Public Building ($38.50)— 

Small payments: wood, 11 cords at $3, 2 cords at $2.75 38 50 

Unity Immigration Hall: Beaver Lumber Co.: coal, 1 • 18 tons at $10 11 80 

Vonda Immigration Building ($268.85) — 

Currie, J. H.: rent of hall, 1 y. to Oct. 1, 1912. . .- 240 00 

Monarch Lumber Co., Ltd.: coal, 2-65 tons at $9; wood, 1 cord, $5 28 85 

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Brought forward 772, 548 54 

Wadena Immigration Hall: small payments: wood, \\ cords at $5.50 8 25 

Weyburn Post office: supplies from stores: sorting cases, 1 final, $26.50; 1 prel., $30; 2 sect. 

at $40 136 50 

Wilkie Immigration Hall ($215.02)— 

Reliance Lumber Co.: coal, 13.07 tons at $13 169 90 

Small payments: coal, 3-17 tons at $9.50; rent of site, $1; wood, 2 loads, $14 45 12 

Yonker Immigration Office: Manitou Lake Trading Co.: coal, 14 tons at $7 98 00 

Yorkton Public Building ($2,909.91)— 

Caretakers, at $45: G. Fehrenback, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1912; E. Arnsby, 5 m. to Mar. 31, 

1913 540 00 

McGrath, E. P. & Co.: contract for post office fittings, $1,063; alterations on fixtures, 

$587; contract for work on lands office, $331; less $1,700, V— 69, 1910-11 281 CO 

Hargrave, J. G. Co.: coal, 37-42 tons at $12.65 473 43 

Hiltzen, C. S. Co.: coal, 6-84 tons at $13.50, 9-16 tons at $13, 3-175 tons at $10 243 00 

Imperial Elevator & Lumber Co.: coal, 4-05 tons at $13 52 70 

Star Electric Co.: 'holophane' shades, 111 at $1.25; sundry, $23.05 161 80 

Yorkton Electric Co.: labour, 11| h. at 65c, 366 h. at 60c, 20 h. at 50c; 14 r.c.d.b. 

wire, 1,500 ft., $52.60; sundry, $34.50 , 324 20 

Yorkton Gas Co.: gas, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 4-255 M cu. ft. at $14.75; meter, $2 64 80 

Yorkton Town: electric light, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, 5,242 k. w., $579.68, meter, $2.50; 

water rates, 12 m. to Apr. 1, 1913, 13-3 M cu. ft. at $5, meter, $3 651 68 

Small payments: 'Corbin' door check, $7; electrical supplies, $17.75; floor oil, 10 gal. 

at $1.25; plumbing, $15.40; wire screens, 12 at $2; wood, 2 cords at $6; sundry, $28.65 117 30 

Banff Park ($244.23)— 

Black, D. E.: clock 15 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : steel cabinets, 6 at $30; freight, $49.23 229 23 

Bassano Post Office: Burn, L. R. : repairing boxes 9 45 

Calgary Custom House ($1,484.37)— 

Schell, J. T.: contract complete for alterations and additions to fittings, &c 1,091 00 

Burn, L. R.: building partition and platform: door, $10.80; labour, 56 h. at 60c; ship- 
lap, 500 ft. at $25; sundry, $18.05 74 95 

Calgary City: electric light, Mar. 16, 1912-Mar. 20, 1913, 2,072 k. w 142 18 

Calgary Water Power Co.: electric power, Mar. 1-Mar. 18, 1912, June 1-30, 1912, 135 k.w.. 9 89 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cabinets, "Shannon," $10.35, vertical, $37.15; chairs, side, 
$5.50, tilter, $14.65, t. w., $7.50; f. t. desk, $32.20; wardrobe, $25.50; sundry, 

$10. 15 143 00 

Small payments: labour, $6.60; 6 mirrors, $13.20; sundry, $3.55 23 35 

Calgary Dominion Land Office ($1,219.66)— 

Brocklebank, R. A. : constructing counter, as per contract 562 50 

Eclipse Mfg. Co.: metallic filing cabinets, $324; freight, $83. 16 407 16 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chairs, 4 at $7; desks, single, $26.50, r. t., $40; section, $27.60; 

stools, $5; tables, 2 at $25.50, 1 at $37.50 215 60 

Small payments: tungsten lamps, 60-w., 12 at $1, 40-w., 24 at 85c; sundry, $2 34 40 

Calgary Examining Warehouse ($6,596.78) — 

McDougall, Mrs. M.: rent of offices in David Building, Jan. 26, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 13 m. 

6 d. at $500 6,596 78 

Calgary Forestry Office ($1,535.85) — 

Cunningham Electric Co.: 2-light fixtures, 6, $47.40; 3 portable lamps, $10.10 57 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: chairs, 1 arm, $10.25, 3 tilters, $37, 4 side, $22; 3 desks, 

$44 50 $35 75 $35 184 50 

Thomas, R. C. &'Co.: rent of offices in Thomas Block, Nos. 28 and 29, Apr. 4, 1912-Feb. 

28, 1913, 10 m. 27 d. at $80, Nos. 30 and 31, June 20, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 8 m. 11 d. at $50. 1, 290 35 

Small payments: sundry 3 50 

Calgary Immigration Office ($360.69)— 

Calgary City: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 284 k. w., $20.04; water rates, 1 y. to 

Mar. 31, 1913, $40 60 04 

Lott, C. S.: coal, 26-86 t. at $9, 3-64 t. at $7.25 268 15 

Small payments: rent of site, 1 y. to July 31, 1913, $10; wood, 5 c at $4.50 32 50 

Calgary Inland Revenue Office ($345.65)— 

Calgary Drafting Co. : filing cabinet *. 97 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bases, 2 at $6.60; card cabinet, $6.30; cupboard base, $24.15; 
sections, blank, $15.50, index, $9.50, policy, $19.50, 2 storage, $15.40, 5 vertical, 

$87.05; 3 tables, $42.65; top, $12 245 25 

Small payments: sundry 3 40 

Calgary Inspection of Gas and Electric Light ($504.10) — 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 card index sections, $34; section with top and base, $28.10; 

sundry, $5 67 10 

Thomas, R. C: rent of office, 12 m. to Mar 31, 1913, at $35 420 00 

Small payments: painting and laying pipe 17 00 

Carried forward 788, 217 00 



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4 GEORGE V., A. 19f4 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 788, 217 00 

Calgary Irrigation Office ($2,912.16)— 

Bateson, J. M.: plan cabinet, as per specifications 75 00 

Burn, L. R.: 6 cable holders, $12; drawing tables, 2 at $20, 7 at $8.50; ice gauges, 24 at 

$1.25; labour, 26 h. at 55c; shelving, 449 ft. at 35c 171 51 

Irvine, J. A. & Co.: rent of office in Leeson & Lineham Block, 13 m. to Mar. 8, 1913 1,625 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 3 bases, $10.25; chairs, 3 tilters at $14.75, 1 t. w., $7.50; cup- 
boards, 3 at $21; desks, 3 at $40.25, 1 at $33.50; freight, $70.95; special steel case, 
$375; 2 tables, $60.15; 6 tops, $23.50; sections, 1 at $17.50, 4 at $15, 5 at $14, 1 at 

$9.25, 7 at $8.50, 1 at $4.75 1,029 85 

Small payments: window shades, $7.85; sundry, $2.95 10 80 

Calgary Meteorlogical Service ($71.09)— 

Burn, L. R.: moving weather bureau: labour, 2 h. at 75c, 105 h. at 60c; sundry, $6.59. . 71 09 

Calgary Post Office ($14,668.53)— 

Caretakers: J. G. Adamson, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, at $75; A.W. Barber, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 

1913, at $75; T. Gall, 13 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65 2,570 00 

Cleaners: Mrs. G. C. Adamson, $15; Mrs. J. Andrew, $75; W. A. English, $75; Mrs. 

Forbes, $15; Mrs. McDonald, $75; Mrs. Wilson, $75 330 00 

Elevatorman, John Marshall: 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, at $50 550 00 

Brock, W. A.: bunting, 170| yd. at 6|c, 362 yd. at 4|c; flags, &c, $9.25; ribbon, 36 yd., 

$13.50 50 12 

Burn, L. R.: 2 doors, $10; door spring, $9.35; hinges, $6; glass, 13 pes., $40.40; lumber, 
120 ft. at $70, 775 ft. at $35; labour, 12 h. at $1.20, 113 h. at 60c, 117 h. at 55c; 

sundry, $52.43 300 32 

Calgary City: light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 16,480 k. w., $609.32; temporary post office, 
light, 1,419 k. w., $91.73; water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $300; temporary P. O., 

water, Dec 16, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, $28.70 1,029 75 

Calgary Water Power Co.: light, May-Feb., 25-5 M. k. w., $1,167.41; power for elevator, 
13 m., to Mar. 31, 1913, 12 m. at $22.50, 1 m. at $25; power, temporary P. O., Nov. 10, 

1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 4,156 k. w., $203.50 1,665 91 

Calgary Milling Co.: brooms, 5 doz., $12.75; dustbane, 1 brl., $10; floor oil, 20 gal. at 

$1; linseed oil soap, 2 kegs, $12; sundry, $9.35 64 10 

Canadian Western Natural Gas Co.: gas, (temporary P. O.), Nov. 27-Feb. 18, 1,019 M 

cu. ft 262 38 

Clarke, Wm.: kalsomining walls, 40 h. at 65c; painting, 90 h. at 65c; paint, 7 gal. at $3; 

sundry, $7 112 50 

* Cunningham Electric Co.: overhauling elevator: double socket wrench, $7; labour, 237 

h. at 85c; repairing armature, $35; sundry, $17.45 260 90 

Gainor, M.: painting, 83 letter boxes at $1.25, 4 parcel receptacles at $1.75; sundry, $5. . 115 75 

Geddes & Sheffield: rent of site for temporary P.O., Lots 17-20, Block 52, 3 m. to Jan. 

23, 1913, $2,187.50; taxes, $194 2,381 50 

Gracey & Crane: cable, 180 ft. at 20c; decorative lighting and removal of same, as per 
tender, $143; conduit pipe, 40 ft. at 20c; double throw switch, $18; installing drop 
lights, $14; labour, 67 h. at 85c; 23| h. at 40c; lamps, 25 w., 21 at 65c, 40 w. Mazda, 
210 at 90c, 60 w., 24 at $1.10, 100-w., 4 at $1.50; portable lamps, 6 at $3.75; sundry 

lamps, $23.95; repairing wiring, $10; sundry, $139.90 716 75 

Hastings, T. A.: travel and outlay 190 09 

Lott, C. S.: coal, 140-88 t. at $9 1,267 97 

MacDonald, J. T. Hardware Co.: brooms, $10; dustbane, 4 brl., 300 lb., $78.30; floor 

oil, $90; soap, 2 kegs, $17.50, 100 lb., $12; toilet paper, $83.05; sundry, $92.10 382 95 

Marr's Plumbing, Heating & Lighting Co.: enamelled basin, $10.50; labour, 76 h. at 85c; 

sundry, $31.40 106 50 

Neilson Furniture Co.: 2 chairs, $17; linoleum supplied and laid, 30 yd. at $1.50; table, 

$25; 2 "Wilton" rugs, $80; sundry, $1 168 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 cabinets, $59; freight, $15.60; wardrobe, $30.25 104 85 

Pioneer Cycle & Repair Co. : sundry repairs to p.o. boxes, vault, &c 190 75 

Rogers, R. A. Fox: removing ashes, &c, 126 1. at $1 126 00 

Windalt & Co.: coal, 24-02 t. at $13.50 324 30 

Supplies from stores: bins, 4 at $20; sorting cases, 1 f. 1. c, $54, 2 d. 1. c at $32.80, prel. 1. c, 

4 at $60, 2 at $50, 1 at $45, s. 1. c, 6 at $28.50, 1. c, 3 at $29.50, 6 at $28.60; stools, 36 at 

$3.50 1, 141 70 

Small payments: 3 arm chairs at $10; bunting, 624 yd. at 4|c; dust bane, 1 brl., $15; 
lamps, 100-w., 18 at $1.25, 40-w., 24 at 60c; loop mantles, 138 at 15c; repairing 
furnace, $12;50; sundry repairs, $25.10; safe, $10; 6 waste paper baskets at $5; wood, 

5 cords, $32.50; sundry, $13.10 255 44 

Calgary Railway Commissioner's Office ($1,406.25) — 

Cleaner, Mrs. J. L. Bond: 6 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $8 48 00 

Neilson Furniture Co.: 'Brussels' carpet, 1 at $17.50, 2 at $15; 9 chairs, $51.45; 4 desks, 

$189.10; filing cabinet, $37.15; table, $19.80; 'Wilton' rug, $33; sundry, $38.25.. 416 25 

Sutherland & Campbell: rent of offices in Brunei- Block, Nos. 315-318, Apr. 18-Sept. 30, 

Nov. 1-Feb. 28, 9 m. 13 d 942 00 

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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ ets. 

Brought forward 807, 275 03 

Calgary Weights & Measures Office ($330)— 

Costello, E.: rent of office, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $30 330 00 

Castor Immigration Hall: small payments: coal, $22.57; wood, $13 50 36 07 

Edmonton Custom House ($245.70)— 

Paragon Office Supply Co. Ltd. : 3 flat desks, at $31.50; chairs, 3 at $9.90 124 20 

Sommerville Hardware Co. Ltd.: 2 water filters 50 00 

Small payments: 4 dr. cabinet with indexes, $30; 4 truck baskets, $38; sundry, $3.50. . 71 50 

Edmonton Dominion Land Office ($6,115.66) — 

Caretaker, J. Duggan: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Bradburn Stationery Office: 5 chairs, $36; t. w. desk, $35; 3 tables, $60 131 00 

Edmonton City: electric light, (extra), Apr. 4-May 6, 1912, 569 k. w. at 8c, Apr. 2-Jan. 

3, Feb. 1-28, 1913, 1,943-7 k. w., $154.52 200 04 

Kelly, John: rent of office, Nov. 7, 1911-Nov. 6, 1912, 12 m. at $450 5,400 00 

Small payments: 3 chairs, $14.25; 60-w. lamps, 12 at $1.50; painting safe, $20; sundry, 

$32.37 84 62 

Edmonton Custom Examining Warehouse ($1,727) — 

Ormsby, A. W.: rent of office, including heat, light and services of caretaker, 11 m. to 

Feb. 28, 1913, at $157 1,727 00 

Edmonton Immigration Building ($829.90) — 

Edmonton City: electric light, Mar. 15, 1912-Feb. 12, 1913, 1,896 k. w. at 8c; water 

rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, 155,612 cu. ft., $196.53; meter, $8.25 356 54 

Western Coal Co.; coal, 99-8 t, at $4.05 ., . 404 41 

Small payments: bunting, 150 yd. at 10c; wood, 10 cords at $4; sundry, $13.95 68 95 

Edmonton Post Office ($12,685.13) — 

Caretakers: R. L. Haskill, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $75; E. J. Henry, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 
1913, at $75; T. Lovatt, to Nov. 30, 1912., 1 m. at $53.66, 7 m. at $70; J. Lovell, 
4 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70; D. Munro, 3 m. 7 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, $235.80; W. Welch, 

Aug., 1912, $35 2, 669 46 

Care of clock, Jackson Bros.: 2 yr. to Aug. 31, 1912 200 00 

Cleaner, Geo. Campbell: 3 m. 6 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70 223 55 

Elevatormen: W. C. Hoey, 3 m. 20 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, $220.65; G. Lovell, Aug.-Nov., 

Feb.-Mar., 6 m. at $60; T. Graves, Apr.-July, Feb., 5 m. at $60 880 65 

Firemen: L. Darden, 2 m. 18 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70; J. Mann, 34 d., $76.76; E. A. 
MacLean, 2 m. 24 d. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70; F. Szewezuk, 5 m. 13 d. to Feb. 1, 1913, 

at $70; F. Stone, Apr.-July, 4 m. at $70 1, 110 94 

Bradburn Stationery Office: 4 office chairs at $4; 2 standing desks, $104 120 00 

Burnham-Frith Electric Co.: 'Mazda' lamps, 60-w., 87, $105.75; 'Tungsten' lamps, 

150-w., 2 at $3.50, 40-w., 182, $190.05, 25-w., 247, $196.75; sundry, $42.08 541 63 

Cameron Co. Ltd.: painting and varnishing letter boxes, 64 at $2.25 144 00 

Dunlop, J.: decorating building: bunting, 327 yd. at 10c; flags, 4 at $3.50, 50 at 10c; 

labour, 20 h. at 90c, 45 h. at 50c 92 20 

Edmonton City: electric light, Mar. 19, 1912-Mar. 14, 1913, 27,359 k. w. at 8c; electric 
power, Mar. 19, 1912-Mar. 14, 1913, 20, 146 k. w. at 3|c; water rates, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 

1913,87,387 cu. ft., $124.70, meter, $16.50 3,035 09 

Gurney Foundry Co.: boiler section, $146.97; sundry, $5.40 152 37 

Kemp, A. E. & Son: labour, 71 h. at 90c, 143 h. at 50c, 47| h. (3 men) at $1.90; rubber 

packing, $13.75; sundry, $6.13 245 53 

Paragon Office Supply Co.: chairs, arm, $6.75, tilter, $9.90; r. t. desk, $40.25 56 90 

Ross Bros.: 3 'Sargent' door checks, $15.45; toilet paper, $15; sundry, $20. 17 50 62 

Western Coal Co.: coal, 221-7 t. at $4 885 75 

Windott&Co.: coal, 60-5 t. at $13.50, 20-73 t. at $4. 899 69 

Supplies from stores: 1 m. o. advice case, $15; 2 bins at $20; sorting cases, 14 d. 1. c, 
$408.80, 3 f. 1. c at $54; 1 prel. 1. c, $45; 3 1. c, $88.50; stools, 36 autom. 1. c, $126, 

30 m. c, $105 990 30 

Small payments: brush backs for vacuum cleaner, 6 at $1.50; clock, $15; coal, $7.95; 
2 door checks, $14; dustoline, 2 brl., $28; 2 desks, $37.80, $34; glass, 3 pes., $19; plate 
glass, $6.80; soclean, 6 brl., $54 ; 30 stools, $26; 2 tilter chairs, $17.25; toilet paper, 

$28; 18 Yale keys, $9; sundry, $79.65 385 45 

Edmonton Telegraph Office ($105)— 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: rent of office, 7 m, to Oct. 31, 1912, at $15 105 00 

Edmonton Weights & Measures Office ($220)— 

Edmonton Board of Trade: rent of office, 11 m. to Nov. 30, 1912, at $20 220 00 

Edson Immigration Hall ($398 . 60)— 

Higman, A.: coal, 17-94 t. at $7.50; wood, 7 cords at $5 169 60 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 2 card cabinets, $8.25; chairs, 2 side, $11, 1 tilter, $13, 1 t. w. ( 

$7.50; desks, 1 f. t., $51.75, 1. t. w., $38; 4 sections, with tops and bases, $99.50. . 229 00 

Entwistle Immigration Building ($63) — 

Knight & Read: wood, 21 1. delivered at $3 63 00 

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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ ct s . 

Brought forward 830, 031 09 

Grand Prairie Dominion Lands Office ($596.84) — 

Fletcher, J. & MacLean, A. S.: rent of offke, 13 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 at $20 260 00 

G !:;■ lu , C . : wood , 46 1. at $3 138 00 

Taylor, J. <\: J.: safe, as per order, $157.50; freight, $41 .34 198 84 

Grouard Dominion Lands Office ($616.50)— 

McWaters, Wm . J. : wood , 19 cords at $4 . 50 85 50 

Tomkins, Peter: rent of office, 13 m. to Jan. 31, 1913, at $35 455 00 

Small payments: sawing and piling wood, 15| cords, at $2; t. w. desk, $45 76 00 

Irvine Immigration Office ($120)- — 

Irvine School District No. 892: rent of old school building, 8 m. to Aug. 31, 1913, at $15 120 00 

Lacombe Experimental Farm ($263.49) — 

Harrington, J. B.: coal, 21-24 t. at $6 127 46 

Lacombe Town: electric light: dairy barn, Dec. 13-Mar. 4, 1913, 29-9 k. w. at 18c., 
meter, 75c; residence, Mar. 1, 1912-Mar. 4, 1913, 309-1 k. w., $54. 16, meter, $3; stable, 

Mar. 1, 1912-Mar. 4, 1913, 63-37 k. w., $22.15, meter, $3 88 46 

Vickers-Ga; land Lumber Co. : coal, 1 • 96 t. at $5, 6- 87 t. at $5. 50 47 57 

Lethbridge Court House and Customs Office ($152.85) — 

Eclipse Manufacturing Co. : steel cabinet, as per order 125 00 

Small payments: 5 door mats, $10; 3 gold signs, $7; sundry, $10.85 ii 27 85 

Lethbridge Dominion Lands Office ($923.06)— 

Canadian Western Natural Gas Co.: gas light, Nov. 23-Mar. 26, 1913, 76-95 cu. ft., 

$237 . 20; installing gas, as per contract, $70 307 20 

King, Edw.: coal, 11 t. at $4.75 52 25 

Lethbridge City: electric light, 10 m to Jan. 27, 1913, 1,453 k. w., $120.79; water rates 

,1 y. to Apr. 15, 1913, .«97.50 218 29 

New Barnes Coal Mine: coal, 10-82 t. at $5.50 59 50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 6 steel cabinets, $1S0; freight, $44.47 224 47 

Small payments : decorating building with electricitv, $25; floor oil, $6; wood, 6 1. at 

$3; sundry, $12.35 61 35 

Lethbridge Experimental Farm ($213.70)— 

Alberta Railway & Irrigation Co.: coal, 1h\ t. at $3.85 98 20 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: coal, 30 t. at $3.85 115 50 

Lethbridge Immigration Hall ($322.27)— 

Canadian Western Natural Gas Co.: gas light, Nov. 15-Feb. 24, 1913, 356 M cu. ft 118 85 

. Lethbridge City : electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913,618 k. w. at 9c; meter rates, 1 y. 

to Apr. 15, 1913, $97.50 153 12 

Small payments: coal, 6-42 t. at $5.50; wood, 5 cords at $3 50 30 

Lethbridge Inland Revenue Office ($801.30)— 

Card-Harris Land Co, Ltd.: rent of offices, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $65 520 00 

Lethbridge City: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 16 k. w., $8.30; to be refunded, 

75c 9 05 

MacBeth, H. Agency : rent of offices, 4 m. to July 31, 1913, at $65 260 00 

Small payments: 60-w. tungsten lamps, 4 at $1.50, 5 at $1.25 12 25 

Lethbridge Post Office ($4,582.85)— 

Caretaker, W. C. Norman: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 : 600 00 

Broad, E. T. & Co.: installing hand elevator: elevator machinery, $20; labour, 41 h. 

at 50c; lumber, $17.65; sundry, $21.43 79 58 

Hastings, T. A.: freight on sorting cases, $57.93; outlay, $23.80 81 73 

Higinbotham, John D.: rent of post office, 12 m. to Feb. 23, 1913, at $275; rent of ear- 
ner's office, Dec 10- Feb. 28, 2| m. at $50 3,433 34 

Supplies from stores: bin, $15.50; m. o. adv. case, $20; cupboard, $16.50; sorting cases, 
4 d. 1. c at $29.50, 1 final 1. c. $51, 1 prel. 1. c, $28.60, 1 sectional, $62; stools, 2 1. c 

at $3 . 50 321 60 

Small payments: 40-w. lamps, 50, $27.60; painting letter boxes, 21 at $1.25; sundry, 

$12.75 66 60 

MacLeod Public Building ($436.13)— 

Grant, Edward: painting, papering, and kalsomining, as per tender 103 00 

Billiard, R. H. Agency: coal, 20 t. at $6 120 00 

MacLeod Town: electric light, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, $24.88; water rates, 1 y.to Mar. 31, 

1913, $24.95 49 83 

Pioneer Furniture Store: cork linoleum, 50 y. at $1.20; 2 office filters at $10 80 00 

Skelding, Geo.: coal, 6-01 t. at $9 54 15 

Small payments: erecting flag pole, $10; wood, 2 cords at $6; sundry, $7. 15 29 15 

Medicine Hat Public Building ($2,809.93)— 

Caretakers: W. McF. Evans, Apr., 1912, $70; T. Tyler, to Mar. 31, 1913, 9 m. at $70, 2 

m. at $75 850 00 

Foster Shoe Co.: rent of office, 7 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 175 00 

Hewitt & Black: door check, $9; floor oil, 8 gal. at $1.25; hose, 10 ft., $18; 28 ft. ladder, 

$11; sundry, $133. 19 181 19 

Kinsey, John H.: decorating post office for visit of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught 50 00 

Long, C. A. & Co.: 3 chairs, $34; 2 desks, $45, $35; stool, $6; table, $35 155 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 840, 471 27 

Medicine Hat Public Building — Concluded. 

Medicine Hat City: gas, Apr. 1, 1912-Mar. 26, 1913, 24-26 M cu. ft,, $293.16; water rates, 

1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $40.50 333 66 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: boxes, style A, 120 at $1.80, style B, 20 at $2.25, style C, 10 

' at $2.75; freight, $15.79; key cabinet, $15 319 29 

Simmonds, W. R.: building partition, $22.50; door check, $8.50; glass, $12.75; installing 

new boxes, &c, $22.50; labour, 61 h. at 65c, 21| h. at 70c; sundry, $83.22 204 17 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 6 d. 1. c, $267, final 1. c, $54 321 00 

Small payments: anti-dust, 1 brl., $12; bunting, 208 yd. at 7c, 121 at 6c, 100 flags for 

decorating, $25; floor oil, 48 gal. at $1; incindicator, $18; labour, $18; repairing 

radiator, $7.90; wiring for lights, $20; sundry, $49.90 220 62 

Pincher Creek Forestry Branch ($75) — 

Scott, Thos. N.: 4 chairs, $19.65; desk, $38; table, $17.35 75 00 

Red Deer Court House and Dominion Lands Office ($3,289.11) — 

Caretakers: S. M. Bannerman, 3 m. to June 30, 1913 at $55; L. Grossith, 9 m. to Mar. 

31, 1913, at $65 750 00 

Baird & McKenzie: constructing counter and 5 sets of shelving 86 50 

Hewson & Sons: cartage, $3; coal, 12 t. at $20, 4-5 t, at $6.50; removing ashes, $15 287 25 

Johns, E. G. & Co.: 5 desks, $55, 2 at $36.50, $34, $28.50; filing cabinet, $37; 2 stools, 

$10; 3 tilter chairs, $28; table, $27.50 293 00 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: oak counter, $285; 3 sections, $45.25; steel cabinet, $720; 

freight on cabinet, &c, $194.37; sundry, $17.25; wardrobe, $26.50 1,288 37 

Red Deer Town: water rates, 1 y. to Mar. 31, 1913, $29; sprinkling lawn, 1912, $10 39 00 

Roberts, Evan: installing safe 50 00 

Smith & Gaetz: dustbane, 1 brl., $12.75; glass, 7 panes, $24.15; hot water radiator, 

$30.70; plumbing, $28.50; sundry, $6.50 102 60 

Taylor, J. & J.: safe, as per order, $212; freight, $53.04 265 04 

Western General Electric Co.: electric light, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 52 55 

Small payments: bunting, 42 yd. at 30c; dustbane, 1 brl., $12.75; wood, $15; sundry, 

$34.45 74 80 

Stettler Immigration Building ($60) — 

Griffith, J. B.: rent of building, 3 m. to June 15, 1912 60 00 

Strathcona Immigration Building ($550.46) — 

Edmonton City: electric light, Apr. 1, 1912-Mar. 4, 1913, 366 k.w., $29; water rates, 15 

m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 22,449 cu. ft., $47.14; meter, $5.70 81 84 

Inter-Provincial Coal Co.: coal, 17-76 t. at $5, 41-74 t. at $4.50 276 62 

Osier, Hammond & Nanton: rent of building, 15| m. to Jan. 23, 1913, at $12 189 00 

Small payments: sundry 3 00 

Strathcona Public Building ($1,744.68)— 

Caretaker, H. Richard: 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $75 600 00 

Edmonton City: electric light, June 29, 1912-Feb. 27, 1913, 1,632 k.w., $201.63; water 

rates, Oct. 7, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, 79,208 cu. ft., $127.75 329 38 

Hastings, T. A. : travel and outlay 130 31 

Inter-Provincial Coal Co.: coal, 94-93 t. at $4.50 427 19 

McMahon, W. H.: decorating post office for visit of H. R. H. Duke -of Connaught: 

bunting, 270 yd. at 10c; flags, $3; labour, 30 h. at $1 60 00 

Richards Bros.: brooms, $12.75; dustbane, $16; sundry, $34.90 63 65 

Small payments: ash receptacle, $16; dustbane, $9.80; floor oil, $7.50; f-m. hose, 50 

ft., $7; lumber, $12.75; 5 mats, $7.50; repairing radiator, $21.50; 6 thermometers, 

$7.50; wheelbarrow, $8; sundry, $36.60 134 15 

Vegreville Immigration Office ($525) — 

Lank, Robt. J.: rent of office, 6 m. to Oct. 1, 1911, at $40, 7 m. to Oct. 15, 1912 at $40; 

sundry, $2.50 522 50 

Vegreville Land Co. : wood 2 50 

Vermilion Immigration Building ($110) — 

Hunking, Wm.: wood, 17 cords at $4.50 76 50 

Small payments: coal, 5 t. at $6 . 50; rent of site, $1 33 50 

Viking Immigration Hall ($114.91) — 

Jones, S. W.: coal, 4-23 t. at $6, 10 t. at $5.75; wood, 1 cord, $6.50, 1 cord, $6 95 41 

Ross, F. J.: wood, 3 cords at $6 . 50 19 50 

Wainwright Immigration Hall ($67.74) — 

Wainwright Fuel Co.: coal, 10- 12 t. at $6 60 74 

Small payments: wood, 2 1 7 00 

Wetaskiwin Public Building ($714.52) — 

Caretaker, E. T. Phillips: Oct. 12-Mar. 31, 1913 282 25 

Angus, R. M.: coal, 10-25 t. at $5.50 56 40 

Baxter, Sam: coal, 34-35 t. at $6 206 11 

Wetaskiwin Town: water rates, 3 m.to Dec 31, 1912, $3.75; electric light, 5 m.to Feb. 

28, 1913, 756 k.w., $120.41; meter, $1 125 16' 

Small payments: 25-w. Mazda lamps, 25 at 75c; tiling floor, $6; sundry, $19.85 44 60 

Carried forward 849, 121 43 



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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ c t s . 

Brought forward > g 4Q 121 43 

Saskatchewan and Alberta Buildings Generally ($839.80)— 

Dowler, Leo, architect: inspecting electric wiring, gas installation, &c 195 00 

Jophng, J., assistant clerk of works: travel and outlay 43 65 

Manson, R. J., clerk of works: travel and outlay qi L 

Mollard, W. T., clerk of works: travel and outlay kj J 5J 

King's Printer, $36 . 21 ; Stationery Office, $27 " J j 

Agassiz Experimental Farm ($282 . 28)— 

Fong Chong & Son: wood, 41 cords at $1.75 71 7 r 

Webster, Alex. C: coal, 2 t. at $17.50, -76 t. at $8, 21-85 t, at $7 75 9 in s? 

Atlin Public Building ($457.30)— ^ 1UW 

Caretaker, J. A. Fraser: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $12.50 150 00 

Kershaw, J. B.: air-tight heater, $23.50; heater, $21.50; door check, $7' 50 : ' 'repairing 

lighting system, $11 . 50; sundry, $58 .30 ' ° 12"? 30 

McDonald, D. H.: coal oil, 2 cases at $6.50; gasoline, 6| cases at $9.'. '.'.'.'.'. '. 71 50 

Small payments: building house for gisoline tank and installing gasoline lamps $20- 
cleaning windows, 53 at 50c; fire dues, 1912, $48; removing garbage, 7 1. at $2 50 : 

sundry, $1 . 50 j, o cq 

Chilliwack Public Building: caretaker, S. Mellard, Mar., 1913, 17 d. . . . . . '. 13 71 

Comox Public Building: C. C. Piercy, hauling coal a aa 

Cranbrook Public Building ($573.54)— 

Caretakers: S. Fyles, Feb. 1-Mar. 31, 1913, $113.75; W. J. Smith, 1 m. 7 d., Dec. and 

Mar., $57.91 171 rr 

Campbell & Manning: brooms, &c, $7.70; sweeping compound, $8.75; toilet paper 

$6.50; towels, 3 doz., $12; sundry, $45.40 80 35 

City Transfer and Warehouse Co.: coal, 15-57 t. at $5.50, 33-8 t. at $5; removing as nes', 

$6.50 w 2gi i§ 

Small payments: hardware, $38.25; wood, 4 cords at $3.75; sundry, $7 10 60 is 

Cumberland Public Building ($2,751 . 38)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Cook: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54. 16 649 92 

Schell, J. T. Co.: final estimate for interior fittings, Customs Offices. 1 469 00 

Canadian Colleries, coal, 18 t. at $3.50; hauling 18 loads of coal, $15 : . . . ' 78 00 

Cumberland Electric Light Co.: electric light, 12 m. to Feb. 15, 1913, at $25; supplies'," 

$6.45 * ' 306 45 

Cumberland & Union W. W. Co.: water rates. 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $5 ".'..' 60 00 

Rubenstein Bios.: 2 brass grills, $52; sundry, $6.40 58 ^0 

'Weiler Bros. : 3 chairs, $20; f . t. desk, $55; sundry, $8 . 75 ."'.'."'.'.".'. 83 75 

Small payments: advertising, $3.96; 'Rixon' door check, $7.50; sundry, $34 40 45 86 

Fernie Public Building ($1,473 .09)— 

Caretaker, R. H. McEwen: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70 810 00 

Crowsnest Pass Coal Co. : coal, 44 t. at $4 . 25 ]]]] 187 00 

Fernie City: electric light, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 2,002 k.w. at 12c; meter, $3: water 

rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $4.50 297 25 

Office Specialty M'fg Co.: sorting case, $50; freight, $10.82 ........'. 60 8? 

Supplies from stores: 1 prel. 1. c sorting case ..............'. 30 o5 

Small payments: extension ladder, $9.25; hair broom, $7.50; sundry, $41.27. ... ...... '. '. [ 58 02 

Huntingdon Custom House ($93.50) — 

Taylor, J. & J.: safe, as per order 93 50 

Kamloops Public Building ($3,429.11) — 

Caretaker, W. W. Taylor: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Binns & MacBeth: improvements as per contracts: alterations and additions to fittings, 
$885; additional room for post master, $280; carpenters' time, 1\ d. at $5; radiator and 

boiler connections, $33; sundry, $25.81 1 201 31 

Gordon, J. L.: 3 chairs, $16; 3 desks, $40, $36, $15 '...'...'. ' 107 00 

Kamloops City: electric light, Mar. 30, 1912-Feb. 28, 1913, 3,995 k.w., $461.65; meter, 

$2.75; water rates, 13 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, at $2 490 40 

McGregor, A.: fitting 185 boxes with keys at 50c; pijeoi hole case, $9.50; sundry repairs 

to locks, &c, $139.70 241 70 

Milton, John: coal, 12-19 t. at $11, 5-55 t. at $9.50, 5-55 t. at $8; removing ashes, $10; wood, 

2 cat $7.50 256 35 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: steel sections, 6 at $30; freight, $60.94 240 94 

The White Store,: decorating post office for centenary, as per contract 75 00 

Small payments: floor oil, $7.20; sundry, $29.21 36 41 

Kelowna Custom House ($15) — 

Collett Bros. : moving safe ... 15 00 

Ladysmith Public Building ($950.76)— 

Caretaker, Robt. Bell: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Ladysmith City: electric light, Apr. 3, 1912-Mar. 1, 1913, 671 k.w., $84.6i; meter, $2.75; 

fixtures, $3 89 76 

Ladysmith Hardware Co.: labourer, 4|d. at $5, 2 d. at $4; repairing plumbing, as per con- 
tract, $81.55; sundry, $26.45 138 50 

La'dysmith Water Co.: water rates, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1913, at $2 18 00 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 859, 905 40 

Ladvsmith Public Building— Concluded. 

Thornley, Hugh: coal, 4 t. at $7, 10 t. at $5.50 83 00 

Small payments: dustless waxine, $7.50; wood, 2 c. at $4.50; sundry, $5 21 50 

Mission Immigration Hall: Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: f.t. desk, $32.20, freight, $1.08 33 28 

Nanaimo Public Building ($3,097.10)— 

Caretakers: J. Stewart, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60; John Thompson, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 

1912, at $60; M. Smith (assistant), to Mar. 31, 1913, 7 m. at $50, 5 m. at $55 1,705 00 

Egan, Jas. T.: decorating for arrival of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught, as per contract ' 50 00 

Evans, A. E.: painting letter boxes, 21 at $2.50 52 50 

Good, J. H. & Co.: 5 chairs at $3.50; tilter chair, $9; cork linoleum, 26 y. at $1.25; r.t. 

desk, $45; sundry, $6.50 110 50 

McCullough, Frank: coal, 2 t. at $4.50; handling coal, 25 1. at $2 59 00 

Nanaimo City: water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 36 00 

Nanaimo Electric Light Co.: electric light, Apr.- Feb., 3,936 lew 408 26 

Nanaimo Gas & Power Co.: gas, Apr.- Feb., 96-1 M cu. ft., $110.09; meter, $2.75; Hum- 
phrey New Type arcs, $45; sundry supplies, $16.50 174 34 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : truck, style XXX, $60; freight, $12.80 72 80 

Western Fuel Co.: coal, 50 t. at $4.50 225 00 

Supplies from stores: 4 sect, sorting cases, $62 62 00 

Small payments: clock, $9.50; dustbane, 1 brl., $12.50; hose, 100 ft., $18; hauling coal, $8; 

repairing gas pipes, &c, $14.25; supplying keys for letter boxes, 63 at 40c; sundry, 

$54.25 141 70 

Nelson Public Building ($2,249.35)— 

Caretaker, W. Linch: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Burns, John & Son: labour, 85 h. at 70c; repairing plumbing, $44.23; sundry, $43.60 147 33 

Kootenay Ice & Fuel Co.: coal, 32-4 t. at $8.50, 2-325 t. at $7.50 292 85 

Nelson City: electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1912, at $51; scavenging, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1913, 

at $3; water rates, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, at $6 540 00 

Nelson Coke & Gas Co.: gas, 1 yr. to Oct. 1, 1912, 21-4 M cu. ft. at $2; meter, $2-25 45 03 

West Transfer Co.: coal, 74-53 t. at $7 521 77 

Small payments: iron barrow, $10; labour, 4 d. at $6; 'Old Dutch;' $13.50; soap, $7.72; 

sweeping compound, $12: sundry, $35.15 102 37 

New Westminster Indian & Fisheries Building ($913.64) — 

Caretaker, A. H. Oakley: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Mayers, Jos.: coal, 15 t. at $7.20 108 00 

New Westminster City: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, 597 k.w., $48.20; water rates, 

Apr .-Dec, 1912, $28.33 76 53 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: t.w. desk, $28.15; 3 sections, $44.85 4 73 00 

Small payments: hardware, $10.55; wood, 4 c at $5; sundry, $25.56 56 11 

New Westminster Public Building ($3,758.56)— 

Caretaker, L. Thornber: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $54.16 649 92 

Bernet Bros.: 25-w. tungstens, 150 at 45c; sundry, 75c 68 25 

Kirk, H. T.: brooms, 1 doz., $18; feather dusters, $12.50; floor oil, 10 gal. at $1; hose, 

$8.75; toilet paper, $10.50; sundry, $30.05 89 80 

Lees Ltd.: chair, $7; desks, 2 f.t. at $30, 1 standing at $53; stool, $7; sundry, $20.05. ..... 147 05 

Marshall, Jas.: decorating building for arrival of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught, bunting, 

600 y. at 5c, labour, 130 h. at 50c, picture of Duke, $10, sign of welcome, $10, sundry, 

$10; painting 54 letter boxes, $65 190 00 

Mayer, Jas.: coal, 35 t. at $7.20 252 00 

New Westminster City: electric light, Apr.-Feb., 5,980 k.w., $438.48; water rates, Apr.- 

Mar., 26-04 M cu. ft., $08.15 506 63 

Pope, Wm.: building stamp vendor's office, $600; cupboard doors, $35; grill work on 

counter, $75; laying birch floor, $320; lockers with shelves, $55; pigeon hole rack, $60; 

painting and varnishing, $25; radiator, $55; table and 3 chairs; $23; sundry, $10.45. . . . 1,258 45 
Speck, Geo. R.: labour, 15 h. at 75c; making keys, 226 at 50c; repairing boxes, &c, 

$73.20 197 45 

Williams, L.: wood, 21c at $4.50 94 50 

Supplies from stores: 6 steel I.e. stools, &c 21 00 

Small payments: 2 brass grills, $30; brooms, $7; coal, 5 t. at $7.35; disinfectant, $9; labour, 

34 h. at 60c; painting fire escape and flag-pole, $30; plumbing, $12.63; removing snow, 

$15; removing ashes, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1913, at $4; stools, $6.50; sundry, $68.23. 283 51 

North Vancouver Public Building ($1,621.26) — 

British Columbia Railway Co.: electric light, Jan. 24, 1912-Feb. 24, 1913, 1,233 k.w... 142 92 

Dick, Wm.: rent of offices in Keith's Building, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $100 1,200 00 

Hastings, T. A. : travel and outlay 52 30 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: steel cabinet for registered packages, $110; freight, $8.09 118 09 

Supplies from stores: I.e. sorting cases, 2 at $32.80 65 60 

Small payments: electrical supplies, $19.20; parcel wicket, $10; sundry, $13.15 42 35 

Port Alberni Custom House ($352.45)— 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, as per order, $270; freight, Ac, $82.45 352 45 

Carried forward 872, 035 5* 



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4 GEORGE V., A, 1914 

Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 872, 035 54 

Prince Rupert Public Building ($9,053.88)— 

Empress Decorating Co.: decorating building for arrival of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught. . 90 00 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, $120; freight and packing, $36.87 156 87 

Hilditch, J. H.: 25 ft. bins in sorting room, $100; 3 counters with bins, &c, $282; cornice, 
$80; 2 desks, $35; drop letter boxes, $30; electric light fixtures, $125; general delivery 
fixtures, counter, $80, shelf, $25, wickets, $78; 8 grills, $110; 225 locked boxes, $427.50; 
moving P.O. fixtures to new quarters, $153.05; 4 partitions, $280; 1,132 pigeon holes, 

$400.40; 2 rounded angle pieces, $25; table, $10; sundry, $319.60 2,560 55 

Northern B.C. Developing Co.: rent of offices, 3 m. to Aug. 31, 1912, at $375 1,125 00 

Parkin-Ward Electric Co.: installing electric fixings, $47.10; sundry, $11.50 58 60 

Prince Rupert City: electric light, Nov. 1, 1912-Mar. 22, 1913 14 86 

Stephens, M. M. & Co.: rent of offices, 6 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $450 2,700 00 

Tite, Geo. D.: 26 blinds, $102; bookcase units, $26.75; cabinets, 1 filing, $25, 2 form, 
$126.50; carpet, 196 y. (supplied and laid) at $1.35; 2 Wilton carpet squares, at $55; 
chairs, $16.50, $15, $13, 2 at $12, 2 at $10, 3 at $9; 2 counters with drawers, shelves, &c, 
$463. 25;- cupboard, $17; desks, $70, $60, 3 at $55, $45, $36, $30, 2 at $11; panel, $18; 2 sets 

of shelving, $99; 2 stools at $7.50; table, $12; varnish, 6 gal. at $4.50; sundry, $81.10 1,930 70 

Union Transfer & Storage Co.: moving office fixtures, $75; sundry, $5.20 80 20 

Weston, J. G.: moving safe: labour, men, 22 h. at 75c, 150 h. at 50c, team, 16 h. at $1.25; 

planking, $35; sundry, $20 166 50 

Supplies from stores: 1 f. 1. sorting case 54 00 

Small payments: clock, $20; 3 drafting boards with trestles, $45; 21 ft. Union Jack, $15.75; 

sundry, $35.85 116 60 

Kcvelstoke Crown Timber Office ($384.08)— 

Kootenay Agencies: rent of office, 10 m. to Nov. 16, 1912, at $20; water rates, $8 208 00 

Revelstoke Hardware Co.: bookcase, $17.50; 3 chairs, $21.75; f. t. desk, $38; linoleum, 

46 sq. y. at $1.50; washstand, $8; 3 window blinds, $7.50 161 75 

Small payments: clock, $7.75; freight, $6.58 14 33 

Rossland Public Building ($2,343.43)— 

Caretaker, H. McQuade: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Grant, David: pointing and mending walls and retaining wall, as per contract 350 00 

Henderson Bros.: coal, 34-54 t. at $8 276 30 

MacKenzie, A. B. & Co.: coal, 19 t at $11.25, 3 t. at $9.25 v. v 241 50 

Rossland City: water rates, Apr.-Mar., 19,780 cu. ft., $72.88; meter, $21.60 d 94 48 

Rossland Water & Light Co. Ltd.: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $60; supplies, 

$1.30 .. . 661 30 

Small payments: brooms, $7.20; floor oil, $10; 50 ft. hose, $9.50; removing ashes, $9; repair- 
ing fire escape, $16.50; wood, $11.50; sundry, $56.15 119 85 

Vancouver Chinese Detention Hospital : Canadian Pacific Railway Co.; rent of office, 

12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $25 300 00 

Vancouver Custom House ($115.50) — 

Office Specialtv Mfg. Co.: arm chair, $14; steel cabinet, $51.75; transfer case, $13.80; 

sundry, $8.30 87 85 

Vancouver Gas. Co. : gas, Apr.-July , 1912 2 85 

Small payments: repairing locks, $16.35; sundry, $8.45 24 80 

Vancouver Examining Warehouse ($3,365.38) — 

Office Specialtv M'fg. Co.: f.t. desk $62; tilter chair, $18 80 00 

Terryberry, John: scavenger work, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 at $10 110 00 

Turner, C. E.: rent of building, to Mar. 31, 1913, 9 m. at $250, 3 m. at $275 3,075 00 

Small payments: coal, 12-05 t, at $7.50; sundry, $10 100 38 

Vancouver New Post Office ($16,582.42;— 

Engineer, D. Inches: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913 at $95 1,140 00 

Elevatorman, W. J. Chisholm: to Mar. 31, 1913, 2 m. at $60, 10 m. at $65 770 00 

Cleaners, to Mar. 31, 1913: M. Churchill, 12 m. at $70; J. McCourt, 12 m. at $70; J. Muivaney, 

12 m. at $70; T. Paterson, 12 m. at $60; T. A. Smith, 1 m. at $65, 11 m. at $70 4,075 00 

B.C. Electric Railway Co.: electric light, 11m. to Feb. 26, 1913, meter No. 4 L400, 95,890 

k.w.; $3,574.48, meter rent, $1.65; power, 12 m. to Mar. 26, 1913, cancelling machine, 

393 k.w., $95.60, meter, $8.75; elevator, 1,756 k.w., minimum charge, 12 m. at $30; 

eundry supplies, $82.80 4, 123 28 

Bernit Bros.: tungsten lamps, 60-w., 200 at 70c, 40-w., 450 at 50c, 25 r w., 690 at 45c 675 50 

Dixon & Murray: making new section of cornice, staging tower, repairing windows, trucks, 

walls, &c: labour, carpenters, 660 h. at 70c, labourers, 96 h. at 50c, machinists, 27 h. 

at $1, painters, 6 h. at 75c; sundry labour, $32.40; 4 braces with collars, $8; heavy 

sheet copper cornice, $24.20; nails, $6.60; roller bearings, $15.75; sheet copper, 20 lb. 

at$l; sized fir, 96ft. at5c,884 ft. at 3c; sundry lumber, $56.20; sundry. $68.09. .. . 804 06 

Electrical Construction Co.: 30 amp. 250 volt cartridge fuses, 72 at 30c; labour, 23 h. at 

75c ; sundry, $20.23 59 08 

Hastings, T. A.: travel and outlay 201 30 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 899, 446 03 

Vancouver New Post Office — Concluded. 

Hinton, Geo. C. Co.: condulets, $12.66; \ in. conduit, 250 ft. at 8c; holophane shades, 

5 at $1.25; labour, 126 h. at 80c; motor oil, 5 gal. at $1.50; porcelain covers, $8.; 

starting rheostat for old stamping machine, $24; d.b.r.c. wire, 200 ft. at lie; 

sundry, $108.35 309 56 

Leek & Co.: air cell covering, 101 ft. at 30c, 71 ft. at 27c; asbestos cement, 5 sacks at 

$3.05; cheese cloth, 150 y. at 5c, labour, 60£ h. at 75c; second boiler section over fire, 

$58.94: sundry, $6.65 183 19 

MacDonald-Marpole Coal Co.: coal, 36-72 t. at $7.50, 3 t. at $6.63, 10-44 t. at $5.75; over 

paid, $2 357 40 

Malkin, W. H.: "Old Dutch" cleaner, 4 brl. at $25.50 102 00 

McDowell-Mouat Coai Co.: coal, 57-53 t. at $7.50, 3 t. at $6.50 451 05 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: cards, $10.20; card cabinet, $10.90; map cabinet, $66.75;cupboard, 

$28.50; freight, $82.65; 2 instrument cases, $60; 2 special steel cases as per specifications, 

$293; 2 til tor chairs, $18.40, $11.75; tables, 2 at $36, 2 at $23; sundry, $7.90 708 05 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: cable, 66 ft. at 13c; labour, 61 h. at 75c; turning commutator, 

$10; sundry, $9.60 73 93 

Smith, D. A.: brass binding, 36 ft. $12; linoleum, 855£ yd. at $1.25; shade, $5 1,086 00 

Star Scenic Studio Ltd.: decorating for visit of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught, as per tender 200 00 

Terryberry, John: scavenger work, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $15 165 00 

Vancouver City: water rates, Mar. 23, 1912-Feb. 20, 1913, 271, 807 cu. ft., $271.24; meter, 

$17.60 288 84 

Webster-Hanna Co:: r.t. desks, 2 at $48.50 97 00 

Weeks & Co.: plumbing repairs: labour, 44 h. at $1; materials $33.50 77 50 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 3 d. I.e. at $32.80, 6 1 .c at $29.50, 1 prel. 1. c at $60. .. 335 40 

Small payments: alum, heater, $6.50; cheese cloth, 100 yd. at 6c; cotton waste, 4 bags, $10; 

hose, 60 ft., $10.80; 25w. lamps, 100, $41.80; 'Old Dutch', 3 brl., $44.10; repairing 

elevator bells, &c, $23.66; sweeping compound, $6; toilet paper, 6 cases at $10; waste 

paper baskets, 6 at $5; sundry, $60.42 299 28 

Vancouver Old Post Office ($6,477.28)— 

Caretaker, A. J. Chisholm: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $75 900 00 

Cleaners, to Mar. 31, 1913: J. Dunsmuir, 12 m. at $70; G. Small, 12 m. at $70 1, 680 00 

Elevatormen to Mar. 31, 1913: Jos. Mulvaney, 12 m. at $70; G. Wilson, 2 m. at $60, 10 

m. at $65 1, 6i0 00 

Watchman, Chas. O'Keefe: Nov. 19, 1912-Mar. 31, 1913, at $65 283 83 

B.C. Electric Railway Co.: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 27, 1913, meter No. 133 L. 160, 

2,991 k.w. at3-2c, rent, $1.65; meter No. 13067 L 10, 1,917 k.w. at 3-2c, rent, $1.65; 

meter No. 3860L 20, 2,660 k.w. at 3-2c, rent, $1.65; meter No. 869 L 10, 61 k.w. at 3-2e, 

4 k.w. at 4c, rent, $1.65 251 03 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co. : Dominion safe 62 50 

Dixon & Murray: repairing cement work, railings, trucks, &c; labour, carpenters, 237 h. 

at 70c, labourers, 10 h. at 45c, painters, 8 h. at 70c, plasters, 10 h. at 70c; lumber 

$43.85; new tires for truck, $18; varnish, $6; sundry $41.70 292 55 

Hutchings Furniture Co.: 3 chairs, $16.50; desk, $32.50; table, $3.50 52 50 

MacDonald-Marpole Co.: coal, 24-58 t. at $7.50, 5-13 t. at $5.75 213 89 

McDowell-Mouat Coal Co. Ltd.: coal, 14-9 t. at $7.50 Ill 75 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: "Banner" table $36; chairs, 6 at $4.25; freight, $19.08; 4 

sections with base and top, $71; shelf, $4.75; stools, 6 at $5.25 187 83 

Star Scenic Studio Ltd.: decorating and illuminating buildings, as per tender, for visit of 

H.R.H. Duke of Connaught 400 00 

Terryberry, John: scavenger work, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $10 110 00 

Vancouver City: water rates, Mar. 27, 1912-Feb. 21, 1913, 49,370 cu. ft., $57.96; meter, $11 68 96 

Vancouver Gas Co.: gas, Nov. 28, 1912- Jan. 15, 1913, 700 cu. ft., $2.40; supplies, $1 3 40 

Weeks & Co.: repairing plumbing: 3 brass gate valves, $13.50; labour, 86| h. at $1, 79^h. 

at 50c; sundry, $22.21 161 96 

Small payments: dustbane, 1 brl., $12.75; postage stamps, $7; repairing slate roofs, $25; 

sundry ,$42.33 87 08 

Vancouver Postal Station C: ($1,670.84)— 

Caretaker, J. D. Thompson: to Mar. 31, 1913, 6-46 m. at $70 452 66 

B.C. Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, Sept. 1-Jan. 23, 1913, 409 k.w 48 12 

Canadian Liverpool Trust Co.: rent of office, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 at $60 360 00 

Dixon & Murray: labour, carpenters, 52 h. at 70c, labourers, 7 h. at 50c; materials 

flooring, 440 ft. $11, spruce, 1,063 ft. $42.34, sundry, $17.25 110 49 

Goldie & McCulloch Co.: safe, as per order, $265; freight and packing, $91.19 356 19 

Winram, Philip: rent of office, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $80 240 00 

Supplies from stores: I.e. sorting cases, 3 at $32.80 98 40 

Small payments: sundry 4 98 

Vancouver Temporary Post Office ($52 . 10) — 

B.C. Electric Railway Co.: light, Dec. 19-Jan. 6, 78 k.w 2 10 

Ralph & Radermacher: rent of office, Dec 15-31, 1912 50 00 

Carried forward 912, 380 45 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ eta. 

Brought forward 912 , 380 45 

Vancouver Public Buildings Generally ($7,690.27)— 

Eclipse Manufacturing Co.: metallic fittings for office of Superintendent of R.M.S., as 

per contract 4, 495 00 

Dixon & Murray : repairing doors, trucks, windows, &c: labour, 78j h. at 70c; mater- 
ials, $65.60 120 55 

Haskins & Elliott: repairing letter boxes, making keys, &c ; 136 75 

Hudson's Bay Co.: cork linoleum, 100 yd. at SI 100 00 

MacDonald-Marpole Co.: coal, 46-71 1. at $7.50 350 29 

Malkin, W. H. Co.: 'Old Dutch' cleanser, 2 brl 51 00 

McDowell-Mouat Coal Co.: coal, 46-46 t. at $7.50, 3-05 t. at $6.50 368 31 

Office Specialty M'fg. Co.: bag rack, style G., $375; chairs, 1 at $7, 3 at $4.25; f. t. desk 
$30.75; freight, $91.56; rubber-tired trucks, style "B", 4 at $45; 2 stools, $13.80; 

tables, 3 at $15; wardrobes, 2 at $27.60; sundry, $10 821 06 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co.: inspecting and repairing elevators: labour, 54 h. at 75c, mater- 
ials, $18.95; repairs to armature, $17.50 76 95 

Stearman, W. 0.: brooms, $15.75; coal oil, 1 brl., $14.53; mops, $20.10; sundry, $47.73.. 98 11 

Turner, T. W.: brooms, $13.20; coal oil, $10.80; cylinder oil, 5 gal., $6.25; dustbane, 1,3501b. 

at 5c, 5 brl. at $12.75; mops, $5.70; sundry, $30.40 197 60 

Vancouver Paint & Paper Co. : painting 294 letter boxes, as per tender 515 50 

Wood, J. B.: cleaning windows, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $10 100 00 

Small payments: cartage, $13; clock, $25; dustbane, 1 brl., $12.75; eocene, 1 brl., $11.28; 
electrical supplies, $43; floor dressing, 1 brl., $14.58; labour, 39 h., $26.29; painting 2 
flag poles, $10; 'Pride' cleaner $16.20; 2 portable lamps, $20; 'Rex' polish, 36 bottles $9; 

toilet paper, 3 cases at $10; waste, 35 lb. $8.75; sundry, $19.30 259 15 

Vernon Public Building ($1,375.85) — 

Caretaker, C. E. Mohr: to Mar. 31, 1913, 4 m. 18 d. at $50, 4 m. at $70 509 03 

Neil & Cryderman: coal, 19-6 t. at $17, 2-54 t. at $11.75, 4-5 t. at $11.50, 1-45 t. at $10; 

wood, 6^c at $6; sundry, $12 480 35 

Vernon City: electric light, Sept. 1, 1912- Feb. 28, 1913, 2,078 k.w., $156.66; water rates, 

6 m. to Mar. 31, *913, at $3.75 . 179 16 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases, 1 f.l.c, $26.50, sectional, $31 '. 57 50 

Small payments: decorating for visit of H.R.H. Duke of Connaught, $47.24; dustbane, 

$9.50; f in. hose, 100 ft., $15; toilet paper, $12; sundry, $66.07 149 81 

VicWi& Caretaker's Quarters ($34.85) — 

B.C. Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, Nov. 11- Feb. 6, 60 k.w 5 85 

Victoria City; water rates, Nov. 7-Mar. 8, 8 M cu. ft 6 00 

Small payments: coal, 2 t. at $7.50; sundry., $8 23 00 

Victoria Examining Warehouse ($5,770.80) — 

B. C. Electric Railway Co.: electric light, July 3-Mar. 3, 1913, 237 k.w., $34.05; meter, 

$1.80; installing light, $4.60 40 45 

Clarke & Pearson; 3 stoves, $53, $32, $20; sundry pipes, &c, $38 143 00 

Hammond, John & Co.: alterations and repairs: 3 doors, $17.30; kalsomining, 2,000 sq. yd. 
at 8c; labour, bricklayer, 22 h. at 75 c: carpenters, 119 d. at $5; lumber, 1,750 ft. at. 
$35, 1,750 ft. at $33, 600 ft. at $15.50; painting walls, 264 sq. yd. at 25c, windows, 3 
coats, $54; wiring rooms, as per agreement, $185.85; on account lumber, voucher out- 
standing, $50; sundry, $60.40 1,333 30 

Kirk & Co.: coal, 10 t. at $6.65 66 50 

McDermott, A. J. C: rent of Ames-Holden building, 6 m. to Dec 31, 1912 at $450 2,700 00 

Victoria City: water rates, Oct. 18-Mar. 19, 1913, 12 M cu. ft 22 95 

Winch, R. V. ; rent of Ames-Holden building to June 30, 1912, 3 m. at $450 1 , 350 00 

Small payments; chair, $12; cleaning chimneys, $6; desk, $35; hardware, $22.45; oil, 

$6.25; toilet paper, $10; waxine, $7.50; sundry, $15.40 114 60 

Victoria Immigration Detention Hospital ($684.85) — 

J.C.Elec Ry. Co.: electric light, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 2,689 k.w., $207.20; meter, $2.20. 209 40 

Grice, J. E.: wood, 4 cds. at $7.50, 8 cds. at $7 86 00 

Hall & Yv^alker: coal, 21 t. at $7.50 157 50 

Victoria City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 15, 1913, 79-5 M cu. ft., $105.45; meter, $12 117 45 

Small payments : removing ashes, 30 1. at $1.50; wood, 2 1. at $8, 2 1. at $7.50, 4 1. at $7; 

sundry, $10.50 114 50 

Victoria Inland Revenue Office, ($88.87)— 

Small payments: base, $5.50; f.t. desk, $38; chair, $6; freight, $5.12; 2 sections at $15.50; 

top, $3.25 88 87 

Victoria Marine Office (Old Custom House) ($3,268.13)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Lyoll: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $60 720 00 

Baxter, Johnson Co.: 2 chairs, $16; desk, $84; apparent overcharge, $2 102 00 

B.C. Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 11m. to. Mar. 3, 1913, 1,411 k.w., $114.10; meter, $2.20 116 30 

Hall & Walker: coal, 28 t. at $7.50 210 00 

Hinton Electric Co.: electric freight elevator supplied and installed, as per tender 1,790 00 

Victoria City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 19, 1913, 11-2 M cu. ft., $19.88; meter, $3 22 88 

Victoria Gas Co.: gas, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 11 1 M cu ft. at $1.75; meter, $2.75; mainten- 
ance of street lamps, $7.70 29 95 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 931,017 07 

Victoria Marine Office — Concluded. 

Weiler Bros.: canopy frame and curtains, $18; cork linoleum, 18 y. at $1.50; sundry, $9.40 54 40 

Small payments: cartage, $7.50; electrical supplies, $14.75; labour, 12 h. at 62-Jc; putting 
glass in doors, $12.70; scavenger work, $27.40; vertical filing cabinet, $48.25; wiring 

office $20.55; wood, 2 c. at $7.50, 5 c. at $7.00; sundry, $33.95 222 60 

Victoria New Post Office ($12,679.82)— 

Caretakers: T. Campbell, Apr. 11 d., $25.66; A. Jackson, Apr. 19 d., $37.34; Wm. McKay, 

to Mar. 31, 1913, 6 m. at $50, 6 m. at $85; H. Williams, May, $56.40 929 40 

Cleaners: E. Brownbridge, Dec. 9-Feb. 28, $191.93; P. Dryborough, Dec-Mar., $280; 

W. J. Gower, June-Mar., $631.29; A. Halstead, Apr. 9 d., $21; J. W. Kirby, Apr., Dec. 

Mar. $674; James Bay Window Cleaning Co., Sept. & Nov., $60; H. Walker, $70.. 1,928 22 

Elevatormen: Wm. Alderton, 8 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $65; J. Drummond, 4 m. to Mar. 

31, 1913 at $80; T. Mcllmoyl, Apr.-Oct., Jan., 8 m. at 60; R. L. Mees, 2 m. to July 

31, 1912 at $65; Wm. Robinson, 2 m. to May 31, 1912, at $60 1,570 00 

Firemen: J. Cragg, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70; Wm. Dick, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at 

$70; T. Fuller, 3 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $70; R. W. Gormall, Jan. 19-Feb. 28, $99.35. 1,989 35 

Messenger, D. McLaughlin: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

B. C. Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, 11 m. to Mar. 3, 1913, 42,060 k.w., $1,851.90; meter, 
$2.20; power, meter No. p. 33, 11 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 619 k.w., $113.51, meter, $2.20, 
meter No. p. 34, 11 m. to Mar. 3, 1913, 6,920 k.w., $258.40, meter, $2.20, extra power, 

Sept. 26-Oct. 4, 370 k.w., $14.80 2,245 21 

B.C. Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, for architect's office, No. 1,736, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 

1912, at $4, house, No. 1,076, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 at $3 42 00 

Bernit Bros.: 40-w tungstens, 390 at 50c, 25-w., 390 at 45c 370 50 

Hall & Walker: coal, 93 t. at $7.50 697 50 

Hastings, Thos. A. : outlay for freight on 14 crates of furniture 127 85 

Henderson, Wm.: disbursements: cleaning windows, $30; freight, $102.96 132 96 

Hinton Electric Co.: electrical decorating, as per tender, $200; labour, 71 h. at 75c; repairing 

elevator cage, $35; tungstens, 7 at $1.25; 4 It. tungsten clusters, 6 at $4; sundry, $77.63. 398 63 

Kirk & Co.: coal, 24 t. at $6.65 159 60 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: bag racks, 4 at $35; freight, $19.04 159 04 

Spencer, David: carpet, 77| y. at $1.25; laying carpeft, $9 105 90 

Victoria City: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 19, 1913, 46 M cu. ft., $63.85; meter, $16.50 80 35 

Victoria Gas Co.: gas, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1913, 18.7 M cu. ft., $36.20; meter, $2.75 38 95 

Waites, S. F. : repairs to post office boxes, keys, &c 170 15 

Weiler Bros.: brooms, $6.75; chairs, 2 at $18; linoleum, 6| yd., $11; window shade, $10; 

sundry, $26.85 90 60 

Supplies from stores: sorting cases: 2 d. I.e., $47.20; 4 I.e., $116.20; 4 prel. I.e., $130; 2 n.s. 

cases with bins, $46.50; 2 standard f. s., $33; 10 sectional, $200* 572 90 

Small payments: carting safe, $45; cleaning window, $30; dustless waxine, $7.50; plumb- 
ing, $29.75; Niagara scaffold, $33; removing ashes, 38 1. at $1 ; waste paper baskets, 6 

at $5; wood, 2 1. at $8, 2 1. at $7.50; sundry, $26.46 270 71 

Victoria Old Post Office ($609.20)— 

Caretaker, W. G. Bowden: 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $20 240 00 

B.C. Electric Ry. Co.: electric light, Mar. 8-June 7, Aug. 7-Feb. 7, 232 k.w., $20.40; meter, 

$1.80 22 20 

Newton & Greer Co.: replacing old gutters: galv. iron gutters and pipes, $21.50; labour, 

44 h. at 75 c; Proslate siding, 2 rolls, $12; sundry, $6 72 50 

Victoria Water Works Co.: water rates, 1 yr. to Mar. 19, 1913, 106-5 M cu. ft., $136.75; 

meter, $3 139 75 

Small payments: desk, $35; electrical supplies, $17.80; outlay of J. T. A. Hastings, $43; 

toilet paper, $10; sundry, $28.95 134 75 

Victoria Public Buildings Generally, ($2,713.10)— 

Hall & Walker: coal, 42 t. at $7.50 315 00 

Hammond, John & Co., removing partition framework, &c, and changing shelves, &c, 
iron grill work, $15; labour, 13 d. at $5, 88 h. at 62| c; lumber, 504 ft. at $35, 252 ft. 

at $32; sundry, $46.69 207 40 

Hinton Electric Co. : 4 It. Benj. clusters, 3 at $6, 3 It., 3 at $3.75; 3 porcelain counter weights, 
$6.75; 250 v. fuse blocks, 3 at $2.75; repairing electrical fixtures, 454 h. at 75c; tung- 
sten lamps, 15 at $1.25, 19 at $1, 7 at 80c, 21 at 70c; wiring building, as per tender, 

$95; sundry, $65.52 603 32 

Meirose Co.: painting and lettering: letter boxes, 72 at $2.25; parcel receptacles, llat$3.25; 

sundry, $3.26 201 01 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.; special bag rack, $495; freight, $49.02; 6 folding tables at $3.. . . 562 02 

Victoria Book & Stationery Co.: desk, $25; 5 sections, $55.80; sundry, $7.25 88 05 

Victoria Scavenging Co.: scavenger's work, 1 m. to Dec. 31, 1912 52 80 

Waites, G. F. : repairing post office boxes, keys, &c 188 70 

Webster, Hanna Co.: chair, $12; f.t. desk, $60 72 00 

Weiler Bros.: 3 chairs, $18; f.t. desk, $55; linoleum, 6| yd. at $1.50; canopy shade, $10; 

sundry, $19.10 112 10 

Carried forward 946, 985 49 

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Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 946.985 49 

Victoria Public Buildings Generally — Concluded. 

Small payments: brooms, $6.75; cartage, $10.15; coal, 2 t. at $7.40; dustless waxine, 3 
brls., $22.50; feather dusters, 1 doz., $9; mops, 1 doz., $6; outlay of T. A. Hastings, 
$35.55; painting, as per estimate, $24; repairing cracked boiler section, $11.75; repair- 
ing flags, $10.25; toilet paper, $10; wood, 1 1. at $8, 5 1. at $7.50, 2 1. at $7; sundry, 

$90.45 , 310 70 

Waneta Custom House ($263.40) — 

Taylor, J. & J.: safe, as per order, $189; freight, $64.80 253 80 

Small payments: freight 9 60 

Williams Head Quarantine Station ($4,103.25)— 

•Kingham, J. & Co.: coal, 687-5 t. at $5.75 3,953 25 

Saltimarsh, J.: wood, 25 c. at $6 150 00 

British Columbia Buildings Generally ($197.89)— 

Brown, J. G. : travel and outlay 10 50 

Clerk of works: Wm. Henderson: travel and outlay 184 69 

Stationery Office 2 70 

Generally ($9,690.45)— 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co.: sorting cases, 12 f. 1. c, 6 prel., 25 Standard and 10 sets 

with 3 cases and bins, $1,911; freight, $43.36 1,954 36 

Burton & Baldwin: 61 sorting cases, as per tender, $1,737; general delivery cases, 80 

pigeon-hole, 20 at $18.20, 40 pigeon-hole, 20 at $12.80; freight, $140.77 2,497 77 

Canadian Wire and Iron Goods Co.: 124 stools, $149.74; freight, $2.96 152 70 

Hastings, T. A., clerk of works: travel and outlay 252 82 

Mollard, W. T., clerk of works: travel and outlay 67 55 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: No. 1266 sorting cases, 12 at $40 480 00 

Pritchard & Andrews: 100 enamelled iron plates 65 00 

Schell, J. T. Co.: 50 d. 1. c. sorting cases, as per tender 1,475 00 

Thornton & Truman: making 48 steel nickel-plated stamp racks at 60c 28 80 

Wilson Bros.: sorting cases, 25 at $22; freight, $14.40 564 45 

King's Printer, $149.51; advertising, $2,002.54 2, 152 00 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Power (Page V— 130) 16,431 16 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Rents ( " V— 131) 216,337 61 

Detailed with Dominion Immigration Buildings, Maintenance ( " V— 200) 20 

% Detailed with 1911-12 (page V— 173) 35, 422 10 

Total, distributed below 1,229,742 25 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance: Summary. 

Halifax Dominion Buildings (Page V— 44) 3,856 72 

St. John Dominion Buildings " V— 48) 4,170 56 

Montreal Dominion Buildings " V — 54) 10, 053 16 

Toronto Dominion Buildings " V— 81) 5,014 74 

Winnipeg Dominion Buildings " V— 83\ 5,047 76 

Renewals, Maritime Provinces " V— 49) 15, 120 72 

Quebec... " V— 58, 20,182 06 

Ontario " V— 81) 19,996 89 

" Manitoba " V— 83) 2,955 85 

" Saskatchewan and Alberta " V— 87) 10,039 39 

British Columbia " V— 92) 12,253 08 

Dominion Buildings, Fittings " V— 7) 98,458 92 

Heat " V— 7) 150,052 37 

Light " V— 7) 144,954 86 

Power " V— 7) 25,988 37 

" .Rent " V— 7) 340,01174 

Salaries of Caretakers, &c " V— 7) 290,757 75 

Supplies for Caretakers, &c " V— 7) 17,039 50 

Water " V— 7) 40,498 61 

Montreal General Post Office " V— 53) 112 33 

Charged to year 1913-14 45 97 

Flags and Post Office fittings distributed from stores to various buildings 11,008 40 

Flags and fittings distributed to outside votes: Campellton P.B., $91; Fairville P.B., $80; 
Grand Falls P.B., $68.50; Hillsborough P.B., $30; Rigaud P.B., $61; Athens P.B., 
$106.50; Dundas P.B., $190; Essex P.B., $45.50; Harriston P.B., $84; Listowel P. B., 
$61; Mount Forest P.B., $30; Seaforth P.B., $100; Toronto P.O., $513.70; Regina P.B., 

$187.80; Cranbrook P.B., $206; Strathcona P.B., $267.50 2,122 50 

Total, as above 1,229,742 25 



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Dominion Cattle Quarantine Stations: Renewals, Repairs, &c. $ cts. 

Halifax, N.S. ($183.98)— 

Gough, P. A.: building road and sinking well 100 00 

Small payments: repairing roof, $42; 6 padlocks $5.40; plumbing $36.58 83 98 

North Sydney: Dooley, J. J.: re-shingling roofs of buildings and repairing chimneys $530; 

sundry, $15.75 545 75 

St. John, N.B: Earle, W. N.: building stable, as per contract 525 00 

Ottawa, Featherston, J. W. : fencing and shelters, as per tender 967 00 

Windsor, Ont. ($6,019.30)— 

Little, A., 255 loads clay, $76.50; Windsor Gas Co., 184 ft. pipe, $36.80 113 30 

Parker, Robt.: erection quarantine station, $5,393; sewer, $160; 9 extra racks, feed boxes 
and tie-rings $97; drain around building $35; eave trough $50; painting ceiling $60; 

sundry, $111 5,906 00 

Bannerman, Man. ($241.27) — 

Braund, E. C, sundry labour $8; Brooks, G. W., repairing $62.65 70 65 

Holden & Son: lumber, 830 ft. at $40; coal $15.53; sundry lumber, &c, $61.04 109 77 

Turner, J. E.: desk and 2 chairs $23; stove $11.50; sundry $26.35 60 85 

Emerson ($1,274.45)— 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co.: 3 cars gravel, 220,000 lb 152 50 

Irvine & Clarke: building piggery 1 , 005 00 

Kelley, W. J.: roofing shed and erecting outhouse 116 95 

North Portal, Sask. ($2,042.56)— 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co.: drilling well, 225 ft. at $3.25; supervision $73.12 804 37 

McKenzie, H. E.: labour $133.32; engine, &c, $415; lumber $133.29; sundry $395.08; 

superintendence $161.50 1,238 19 

Willow Creek: Harnish, F. G. : repairing corrals 100 00 

Coutts, Alta.: Smith Bros. & Wilson: on account work 2,200 00 

Agassiz, B.C. ($192.10)— 

Abbotsford Timber & Trading Co.: lumber, 1,692 ft. at $11, 1,941 ft. at $32; sundry $9.60. 90 32 

Small payments: 400 lb. shorts, $C>; hardware, &c, $95.78 101 78 

Keremeos ($3,003.50)— 

Boeing & Brass: construction quarantine stations 2, 886 00 

Brown, J. A.: digging well, installing pump, etc., $105; clearing grounds, $12.50 117 50 

White Rock: Turnbull, T.: building barn $2,675; brick chimney on office $30 2, 705 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 19, 999 91 



Dominion Immigration Buildings: Maintenance. 

Halifax Buildings ($690.32)— 

Brookfield Bros.: wharf logs, 45 ft,, 3 at $6.25, 50-55 ft., 6 at $7.50; shingles, 50 M at 

$4; pine, 141 ft., $6.62; spruce, 1,729 ft. at $20, 907 at $18; sundry $5.29 326 56 

Farquhar Bros.: 2 sets linings $23.30; 2 canvas fumigating tubes $24; wiring for new 

circuit $28; labour $102.75; sundry $88.14; less $27.31 charged to year 1913-14 238 88 

Nova Scotia Finishing Co.: desk, $21; parlor suite, 3 pes. and chair $37 58 00 

Small payments: lining tank with copper $15; glazing $11.05; hardwood $17.83; sweeping 

chimneys $23 66 88 

North Sydney Immigration Building ($175.50)— 

Matheson & McMullin: putting in toilet and wash basin in women's section $100; painting 

hall $50; sundry repairs, $25 . 50 175 50 

Charlottetown Immigration Building ($137.80) — 

McDuff, J. J.: certifying accounts, &c, 22 hrs 13 20 

Paton, Jas. & Co.: cabinet $11.50; 3 chairs $20.10; desk, $43; floor rug, $37.50; lounge, 

$12.50 124 60 

Aroostook June, N.B., Immigration Building ($25) — 

Bedell, D. R.: chair, $3; desk $22 25 00 

Debec June. Immigration Building ($71.08) — 

Manchester, Robertson, Allison: 2 chairs $14.25; 2 desks, $16, $40; freight 83c 71 08 

Fredericton Immigrant Building ($2,584.17)— 

Barrett's Cycle Shop: labour, $20.75; 225 ft. loom, $13.50; 10 lamps $8; 3 fixtures $18; 

sundry $27.95 88 20 

Donovan, J. H.: labour $93.75; paint, 14 gal. at $2.50; 3 gal. filler $7.50; sundry $14.95. 151 20 

Edgecom be, F. B.: blinds $22; Wilton rug $35; sundry $3 60 00 

Hall, Chas. A.: lumber, 800 ft. birch $41.60, 250 ft. hemlock $6.50; labour $347.65 ; 

sundry, $4.25 400 00 

Lemont & Sons: filing cabinet $87.52; sectional cabinet $13; 7 chairs $108; couch, $38; 

settee $23.25; 2 desks $105.46; guides and folders $8.40 383 63 

Neil & Sons, Jas.: h. w. boiler $122; beaver board, 87 sheets, $59.12; moulding $39.36; 

pipe, 242 ft., $29.57; sundry $66.84 316 89 

Office Specialty Co. : counter and partition 600 00 

Risteen, J. C. Co.: oak $63.98; 100 ft. spruce $16.80; sundry $32.49 113 27 

Wandless Bros.: plumbing, labour $133.71, 240 ft. radiators $115.20; sundry supplies 

$119.20 368 11 

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Dominion Immigration Buildings— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 3, 581 00 

Fredericton Immigration Building — Concluded. 

Small payments: concrete foundation for furnace $25; hardware $22.49; labour $12.88; 

removing old sign, polishing glass and doing new gold sign $42.50 102 87 

Grand Falls Immigration Building ($60) — 

White, J. L.: chair, $16.85; oak desk $25.15; rocker $18 t 60 00 

St. Andrew's, N.B., Immigrant Building ($20.65)— 

Manchester, Robertson, Allison: desk $16; chair $4.25; freight 40c 20 65 

St. John Immigration Buildings ($570.36)— 

Belyea, J. M.: carpentry $45.15; taking down 56 beds $14; sundry $11. 86 71 01 

Emerson, W. E.: labour $32.68; putting in 6 bowls and repairing bath-tub $48; sundry, 

$49.99 130 67 

Page Wire Fence Co. : wire work in office as agreed 160 00 

Retallack, R.: removing, cleaning and replacing windows $50; sundry $2.94 52 94 

Small payments: heater section $41.40; report on hospital $25; painting and glazing 

$25.67; hardware $36.22; repairs $18.45; sundry $9 155 74 

St. Stephen Immigration Building ($15) — 

McCurdy, Thos., stove for office 15 00 

Montreal Immigration Buildings ($430.58) — 

Can. Stove & Furn. Co.: bureau $22; carpet $19; wash-stand $12; work on range $30.60; 

sundry $10 . 25 93 85 

Charette& Frere: 5 bbl. coal tar $27.50; labour $87.75; sundry, $23.50 138 75 

Rea & Skead: labour $42. 15; hardware, &c. $48.47 90 62 

Small payments: 10 gal. euchrelyptum $17.50; hardware $20.22; lumber $13.29; ward- 
robe $17.50; window guards $10.50; repairs $1.35; velvet square $27 107 36 

Nomining Immigration Building ($139) — 

Beaulieu, J.: building sink $40; painting building $75; repairs $20 135 00 

Multeau, H.: sundry repairs 4 00 

Peribonka Immigration Building ($3.07) — 

. Small payments: paint and hardware 3 07 

Petite Riviere Immigration Building ($1.25) — 

Chinic Hardware Co.: joiner's axe 1 25 

Quebec Immigration Building ($3,703.98)— 

Chinic Hardware Co.: oil heater, $6 75; glass, $27.30; stove pipes, $9; sundry, $65.64 108 69 

Crown Furniture Co.: chairs, 1, $5.50, 4 at $2.75, 5 at $7, 1, $20; 2 desks, $16, $18; cabinet, 

$65.75; tables, 2 at $4, 2 at $12, 1, $27; rug, $38; sofa, $25; settee, $24; sundry, $33.65. . 350 90 

-Demers, Geo.: safe for Dr. Page. 75 00 

Ford, Wm.: thawing out closet pipes, emptying boiler pipes, etc., 2 men and self, 9? d 109 50 

Gagne, A., cartage, $51; Giguere Co., repairs, $60.30 Ill 30 

Jobin & Jobin: labour, 1,020^ h. at 30c; spruce, 2,978 ft. at $25, 392 ft. at $30; sundry, 

$84.24 476 60 

Jobin & Paquet: labour, 138^ h. at 50c; material, $43.34 112 59 

Larose, Ed.: repairing cement floors, 171 yds. at 90c; repairing plaster walls, 145 yd. 

at 65c; labour, 364 h. at 30c; sundry, $18.25 375 60 

Montambault, C. E.: labour, $254.50; cartage, $30; gate valves, 2 at $9.25, 2 at $10.50, 

2 at $11.50; 3 closet bowls, $24; sundry, $62.81 433 81 

Noel, Pierre, sundry repairs 72 60 

Rousseau, N. E.: blau gas, 174 lb. at 12c; blau gas apparatus, $115; 5 stoves, $30; sundry, 

$15 180 88 

Vaillancourt, B.: painting, 92 windows and iron grills $460, 51 windows $178.50, 14 double 

doors $42, skylights $20; painting gallery, 1,012 yd. at 25c; sundry, $20.81 974 31 

Valliere, Ed.: chairs, 96 at 50c; tables, 3 at $12, 2 at $6, 2 at $5 100 00 

Small payments: hardware, $96.48; repairs, $78.01; sundry, $41.71 216 20 

Roberval Immigrant Building ($75.29)— 

Small payments: hardware, $29.69; labour, $33; sundry, $12.60 75 29 

Fort Frances, Ont., Immigrant Building ($62)— 

Hambly-Van Dorsser Co.: 4 chairs, $23; desk, $30; table, $9 62 00 

Hamilton Immigration Building ($50.65) — 

Benson-Johnson Co.: desk, $37.50; 7 chairs, $7.65; sundry, $5.50 50 65 

Niagara Falls Immigrant Building ($17) — 

South Bros.: wardrobe 17 00 

Port Arthur Immigrant Building ($586.14)— 

Matthews, I. L. & Co.: desk and chair, $35; 23 yd. linoleum, $15, sundry, $17.50 67 50 

McRae, J. L.: 4 benches and 2 tables, $57.70; sundry, $53.12 110 82 

Russell, John: 34 yd. loam, $37.40; 8 yd. gravel, $12; sundry, $5.60 55 00 

Russell, W. B.: labour, $37.45; 4 gal. paint, $11.20; sundry, $13.85 62 45 

Sime, W. B. & H. R.: labour, $41.25; hardware, $25.97 67 22 

Wells & Emmerson: rug, $33.75; 14 yd. linoleum, $17.50; stove, $16; sundry, $40.60 107 85 

Small payments: cabinet, $23; labour, $36.50; hardware, &c, $55.80 115 30 

Sault Ste. Marie Immigration Building ($74) — 

Simpson, T. E.: chairs, 3 at $6; desk, $27; rug, $13; tilter, $16 74 00 

Carried forward 9, 492 84 



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Dominion Immigration Buildings— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 9, 492 84 

Toronto Immigration Office ($5.05) — 

Menzies, David: labour, $3.90; hardware, $1.15 5 05 

Brandon, Man., Immigration Building ($104.08)— 

Brown & Mitchell: roof on kitchen, $29; 2 sets lining for range, $9.50; repairing boiler, 

$20; sundry, $4.50 63 00 

Small payments: labour, $22; 30 gal. boiler, $8; hardware, $11.08 41 08 

Virden Immigration Building ($45) — 

Manitoba Hardware & Lumber Co.: 6 beds and springs 45 00 

Winnipsg Immigration Buildings ($1,414.09)— 

Beairsto Plumbing Co.: labour, $44.25; Daisy heater, $32.40; sundry hardware, $15.50. . 92 15 

Leckie, Robt.: repairing plaster, painting, kalsomining and paper-hanging, $650; sundry, $3 653 00 

McDonald & Willson Co.: labour, $38; 24 pull switches, $24; 2 cabinets, $20.85; sundry, 

$80.57 163 42 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: 6 chairs, $44; 2 tables, $32.60 76 60 

Smith & Kirkpatrick: voucher outstanding 207 79 

Stuart, Jas. Electric Co. : range without high shelf 96 00 

Weir & Wilson: front door lock, $16; sundry hardware, $38.25 54 25 

Small payments: cabinet section, $12.50; painting 3 flag staffs, $15; 60 chairs, $34.02; 

sundry, $9.36 70 88 

Alsask, Sask., Immigration Building ($6.55) — 

Farmers' Lumber Co.: lumber, $6.05; cartage, 50c 6 55 

Battleford Immigration Building ($74.10)— 

Small payments:. 26 yd. linoleum, $28.60; flagpole, $10.50; storm porch, $35 74 10 

Biggar Immigration Building ($18.50) — 

Mooney, A. W.: 3 tables, $16.50; 4 shades, $2 18 50 

Moosej aw Immigration Building ($36.25) — 

Small payments: hardware, $10.70; labour, $18.55; sundry, $7 36 25 

North Portal Immigration Building ($40)— 

Robinson, W. I.: sundry repairs to building 40 00 

Prince Albert Immigration Building ($250.50)— 

Clunie, Robt.: storm sash and doors 95 50 

James, T. Q.: painting interior of building, new door for rear entrance, and glazing 155 00 

Regina Immigration Hall ($7.25) — 

Peart Bros. Co.: grate ring, $6.15; express, $1.10 7 25 

Saskatoon Immigration Building ($687.45)— 

Cope Furniture Co.: 12 cots, $66; 12 roll-ups, $32.40; 12 shades, $8.40 106 80 

Isbister & Pretty: cook stove and pipes 65 15 

Pierce & Scott: labour, $85.50; plumbing supplies, $87.20 172 70 

Round, C. A.: painting and kalsomining 268 00 

Small payments: plastering, $20; desk, $20; plumbing, $34.80 74 80 

Tisdale Immigration Building ($11.80)— 

Argall, F. A.: 12 chairs, $7.80; table, $4 11 80 

Wadena Immigration Hall ($23.65) — 

McKenzie, H. A.: stove, $15; sundry, $8.65 23 65 

Wilkie Immigration Building ($18) — 

Whittles, J. A.: taking down and rebuilding 9 ft. of chimney 18 00 

Calgary Immigration Building ($17.90) — 

Small payments: stove castings, $9.50; sundry, $8.40 17 90 

Edmonton Immigration Building ($1,093.24)— 

Cash, Ed.: partitions in No. 3 hall, $67; sundry labour, $11.50; hardware, $10.90 89 40 

Hodges, C. M.: painting hall, $650; painting storm sash, glazing, &c, $75 725 00 

Morton, S. M. & Co.: installing 2 drinking fountains, $75; sundry plumbing, $34.90 109 90 

Small payments: hardware, $38.97; glazing, $14.35; labour, $66.25; tilter, $12.50; 23 shades, 

$21.12; sundry, $15.75 ■ 168 94 

Edson Immigration Building ($93) — 

Edson Lumber Co. : storm door and porch 37 00 

Thomson Hardware Co.: 2 stoves, $30, $22.50; 2 stove boards, $3.50 56 00 

Entwhistle Immigration Building ($29) — 

Ross Bros. : pump, complete 29 CO 

Lethbridge Immigration Building ($223.20)— 

Bawden Bros.: 12 chairs, $15.60; desk, $35; 18 shades, $26.60; 4 mattresses, $31 108 20 

Can. Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat & Power Co.: installation of gas complete 115 00 

Medicine Hat Immigration Building ($61.26) — 

Small payments: chair, $3.50; desk, $35; tilter, $10; stove, $8; sundry, $4.76 61 26 

Strathcona Immigration Building ($102.33) — 

Dawson & Kennedy: 50 chairs, $37.50; 4 tables, $16 53 50 

Small payments: building coal bin, $25; sundry repairs, $23.83 48 83 

Vegreville Immigration Building ($95.05) — 

Vegreville Furn. Co.: 12 bedsteads and springs , 95 05 

Carried forward 13, 950 09 



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Dominion Immigration Buildings— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward " 13, 950 09 

Viking Immigration Building ($87.40) — 

Thompson, S. W.:< painting coal and wood shed, $15; galv. iron tank, $45; overpaid, $15 75 00 

Small payments: wall paper, $9.60; plumbing, $2.80 12 40 

Mission, B.C., Immigration Office ($30) — 

Lee's, Ltd.: flat top desk. 30 00 

Vancouver Immigration Office ($50) — 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: desk 50 00 

Victoria Immigration Buildings ($502.80)— 

Mable, Wm.: labour, putting new bars on windows, $146.50; 100 bars, $36.60; sundry, 

$9.65 192 75 

Simpson, Jas.: care of grounds, Mar.-Oct., 1912, 8 m. at $25 200 00 

Victoria Stationery Co.: 3 f. t. desks, $84.90; sundry, $17 101 90 

Small payments: glazing, $4.75; repairs, $3.40 8 15 

Generally: King's Printer 6 33 

Total 14, 626 62 

Less — Charged to Dominion Buildings, Maintenance (Page V— 196) 20 

Total, carried to page V— 7 14, 626 42 

Dominion Quarantine Stations: Maintenance. 

Chatham, N. B.: McAvity, T. & Sons, check valve 1 80 

Williams Head, B.C. ($232)— 

Neal, Wm.: cleaning 52 chimneys 52 00 

Reid, J. D.: taking care of water pipe line, 12 m 180 00 

Total 233 80 

Less— Charged to Williams Head Quarantine Station ; . . (Page V— 92) 30 00 

Total, carried to page V— 7 203 80 

Yukon Public Buildings: Repairs, Fuel, Light, Water Service, Caretakers' 

Salaries, &c. 

Carcross Post Office. 

Brown, H. E., gasoline, 4 cases at $7; Vansomer, C, wood, 10 cords at $8.50 113 00 

Dawson Administration Building. 

Caretakers: J. Boutin, 2 m. to May 31, 1912, at $160; J. A. Murphy, 9-66 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, 

$1 , 752 2, 072 00 

Nightman, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: S. S. Comee, 2 m. at $160; J. Craig, 10 m. at $180 2, 120 00 

Fireman, J. Ballentyne, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: 7 m. at $160, 5 m. at $180 2,020 00 

Charmen at $160 per m.: C. Corbeil, 10 m. to Mar. 31, 1913; J. B. Deslauriers, 12 m.; J. 

Pelland, 2 m '. 3,840 00 

Labourers, 430 h. at 75c 322 50 

Cascade Steam Laundry, laundry work, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 54 54 

Coates, D., cartage $79; Dawson Hardware Co., hardware $62.25 141 25 

Dawson City Water & Power Co. Ltd.: water service, 10^ m. to Feb. 15, 1913, $395; sprinkling 

lawn $40; sundry repairs $1 436 00 

Dawson E. L. & P. Co. Ltd.: lighting, 10^ m. to Feb. 15, 1913, 3,870 k. w. at 30c, 1,581 k.w. 

at 25c, 60 k. w. at 15c, rent of meter $21; 123 lamps, $97.15; labour, 94| h. at $1; sockets, 

33 at 75c; sundries $93.35 : 1,896 00 

Five Fingers Coal Co., coal, 102-575 ton at $13 1,333 47 

Godin, D., 38" wood, 10-39 cords at $13; Kaiser, C, hardware, &c, $82.56 217 63 

Klondike Thawing Machine Co.: 2,000 ft. beaver board $145; sash balances, 15| sets at 

$5.25; sundry $49.79 277 48 

Sipkus, J., 38" wood, 105-18 cords at $13; Spence, J. N., caretaker's supplies $50.50 1,417 84 

Yukon Saw Mill Co.: 2,944 ft. dr. lumber, $195.99; sundry $6 201 99 

Yukon Sheet Metal Works ($10,449.47)— 

Installing hot water system, as per contract $2,425; fittings, &c, $446.04 2,871 04 

Installing boiler, pipes, raidators, &c, in north end of building, as per contract $1,500; 
fittings, &c, $2,052.68; freight from Toronto to Dawson, $1,837.35; commission 
$431 .16 5, 821 19 

Repairing boilers, radiators, &c $682.74; freight from Toronto to Dawson $849.82; com- 
mission $170.68 1,703 24 

Sundry material and labour 54 00 

Small payments: sundry labour, 81| h., $83.25; removing snow $42.50; caretaker's supplies 

$33.25; cheese cloth, 333i yd. at 8c; 4 pr. blankets $10; drill $9; sundries, $51.25.... 255 91 

Carried forward 27, 169 08 



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Yukon Public Buildings: Repairs, Fuel, Light, Water Service, Caretakers' $ cts. 

Salaries, &c— Continued. 

Brought forward 27, 169 08 

Dawson Carpenter Shop. 

Small payments: 16" wood, 3j cords at $14.50; 1,500 ft. dr. lumber $45; hardware, &c, 

$53 . 77 145 90 

Dawson Commissioner's Residence. 

Caretaker, N. P. McDonald, Feb. 24-29, 1912, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $160 1,953 10 

Charwoman, Ida Joitka, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $100 1, 200 00 

Labourers, &c: 6 m. at $160; 630 h. at $1; 617 h. at 75c 2,052 75 

Horkan, Wm.: gardener, 88 d. at $10; nightman, -533 m. at $160 965 33 

Birks, Henry & Sons: silverware $167.41; sundry $21 .09 188 50 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.: 4 sets billiard balls $53; sundry $4 57 00 

Coates, :Q.: 3d. hauling gravel $60; cartage $69 129 00 

Dawson City Water & Power Co. Ltd.: water service, 10| m. to Feb. 15, 1913, $335; sprinkling 

lawn $10; repairs $17.94 362 94 

Dawson E. L. & P. Co. Ltd.: lighting, 10| m. to Feb. 15, 1913, 1,840 k. w. at 30c, 600 k. w. 
at 25c, rent of meter $10.50; 165 lamps $174.15; labour, 55§ h. at $1; installing toilet 

$30.45; 44 sockets $25; sundries $77.87 1,075 47 

Dreer, H. A. : roses , 8| doz. at $5 ; plants , &c ., $38.46 80 96 

Henderson, P. & Co.:- 2,000 tulips $20; plants, &c, $30 50 00 

Kaiser, C, hardware, &c, $72.45; Vancouver Floral Co., 6 palms $60 132 45 

Lowe, F.: iron beds, 2 at $38; mattresses and springs $54; repairing furniture $42; sundries 

$65 . 50 237 50 

Milne, T.: white zinc, 6 gal. at $5.50; 37 rolls paper $28.25; labour, 219 h. at $1; sundries, 

$100 380 25 

Scougale Mercantile Co.: table cloth $36.50; 2 doz. napkins $27.50; sundries $47.40 Ill 40 

Wells Fargo & Co., express, freight 102 25 

White, J. & Co.: 4| doz. napkins $31; 3 table cloths $26; 2 spreads $18.75; sundries $52.35 128 10 

Yukon Saw Mill Co.: 4,374 ft. lumber $269; sundry $7.50 276 50 

Yukon Sheet Metal Works ($1,755.07)— 

Hot water boiler, coal grates, &c $351.50; fittings, &c. $122.34; freight from Toronto 

to Dawson $462. 12; commission $118.46 1,054 42 

Repairing h. w. boiler, as per contract, $520; fittings, &c $59 .31 579 31 

Sundry labour and material 121 34 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate: services, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $25; repairs $2 277 00 

Small payments: 15 loads garden soil $42 .50; 2 sections, top and base $35 . 50; hardware $30.96; 
3 pictures $24.85; jardiniere $22; vase $20; caretaker's supplies $20; glassware $19.50; 
sewing, 5 d. at $3.50; 10 linen centres $14.10; repairing range $13.55; 150 ft. wire fencing 
$11; coal $13.50; table decoration $11; tuning piano $12.50; mirror plateau $10; clearing 

snow $10; sundry $96.43 424 89 

Dawson Court House. 

Caretaker, H. DeVillers, 2 m to May 31, 1912, at $160 320 00 

Coates, Dan., cartage 1 00 

Dawson Greenhouse. 

Klondyke Thawing Machine: glass, 9 cases at $13; sundry $32 .80 149 80 

Yukon Saw Mill Co.: 2,350 ft. lumber, $158.52; sundry $52.95 211 47 

Small payments: labour, 22§ h. at $1.50, 7 h. at $1; sash strips $10; sundry $8 58 75 

Dawson Post Office. 

Caretakers, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: J. K. Johnstone, 1 m. $160, 10 m. at $180; E. Lemieux, 

1 m. $160 2, 120 00 

Char-service, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: A. Clarke, 4 m. at $160, 5 m. at $180; Mrs. A. Misener, 

3 m. at $150 1,990 00 

Nightmen, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913: J. K. Johnstone, 1 m. $160; R. J. Ogburn, 1 m. $160, 10 m. 

at $180 2, 120 00 

Labourer, 4 d. at $7.50 30 00 

Carlen, W. D. t 4 ft. wood, 77-6 cords at $12 931 20 

Cascade Steam Laundry, laundry work 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 39 69 

Dawson City Water & Power Co. Ltd.: water service, 10| m. to Feb. 15, 1913, $189; repairs 

$6.50 195 50 

Dawson E. L. & P. Co. Ltd.: lighting, 10^ m. to Feb. 15, 1913, 2,454 k. w. at 30c, 789 k. w. 

at 25c, rent of meter $10.50; asst. lamps $26.25; sundries $6 976 00 

Carried forward 48 , 398 85 



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Yukon Public Buildings: Repairs, Fuel, Light, Water Service, Caretakers' 

Salaries, &c.— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 48,398 85 

Dan son Post Office — Concluded. 

Francis, H. A., wood, 56-9 cords at $11.90; Spence, J. N. supplies $53.17 730 28 

Klondyke Thawing Machine Co. : 7 awnings $45; sundry $10 . 33 55 33 

Yukon Saw Mill Co., 1, 024 ft. lumber 61 44 

Yukon Sheet Metal Works: 49| h. labour $59; hardware, &c. $38.78; overpaid 78c 98 56 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate, services, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913, at $12.50 137 50 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies $31.50; cartage $26; removing snow $10.50; 4 pr. 

blankets $10; sundry $30.66 108 66 

Mining Recorders 1 Offices. 

Carcross — 

Reid, P., outlay, cleaning, &c 

Scott, A. F., rent of office, 1 y. to Dec. 31, 1912 

Glacier — 

Smith, J. V., 16" wood, 17 cords at $16 

Small payments: caretaker's supplies $28.40; labour, 2 d. at $7.50; clock $10 

Gold Bottom — 

Coates, Dan, cartage 

Granville — 

Royal N. W. M. Police, rent, 7 m. to Oct. 31, 1913, at $12.50 

Kluane — 

Pinchert, W. A., hardware, &c 

Mayo Landing — 

. Binet, J. E., rent of office, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1913, at $25 

Nicol, A., 16" wood, 3| cords at $16 

Small payments: caretakers' supplies $40.80; linoleum, 38 yd. at 90c; range $30; hard- 
ware $24.85; cleaning office $20; transportation, $19.50; wall cloth, 150 yd. at 12^c; 

cotton, 90 yd. at 17c; sundry $9.25 

Sulphur Creek — 

Royal N. W. M. Police, rent of office, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 at $5 

Dawson Buildings Generally. 

Carpenters: 2,914 h. at $1 ; 430 h. at 75c 3, 236 50 

Abraham, H. F., scavenger work, 10m. to Feb. 1, 1913, $200; repairs$1.75 201 75 

Carlin.W.D.: hauling snow, 9|d- at $20; sundry cartage $83 273 00 

Dawson City Water & Power Co., Ltd., hydrant service, 10| m. to Feb. 15, 1913, at $300 3, 150 00 

Dawson E. L. & P. Co., Ltd. : rent of mercury lamp, 10§ m. to Feb. 15, 1913 31 50 

Horkan, Wm.: goods purchased for grounds and park: 36 roses $57; seeds, plants, &c, $105.54; 

garden tools $46.25 208 79 

Robertson & Hackett: 4,500 ft. lumber $169.63; sundry $37.80 207 43 

White Pass & Yukon Route: transportation, 10,5001b. at $2.70 per cwt.; sundries $84.60 36S 10 

Yukon Sheet Metal Works: labour, 9 h. at $1.50, 18 h. at 75c. ; hardware, &c. $34.25 61 25 

Small payments: advertising $21; cartage, &c, $10.50; ballbearings for motor $10; supplies, 

&c.,$51 92 50 

Whitehorse Post Office. 

Caretaker, C. J. McLennan, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $125 1, 500 00 

Cyr,A.,wood: 16 in., 8 cds. at $6.50; 4 ft., 80cds.at$4.80 436 00 

Lowe, Robt. & Co., scavenger work, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $15 180 00 

Ryder, R.: water, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $10; sundry $1.50 121 50 

Yukon Electric Co.: lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, $704.05; 19 Tungstens, wiring, &c, $67.83; 

sundry $8.30 780 18 

Small payments: hardware, &c, $17.35; caretaker's supplies $11. 75 29 10 

Generally. 

Accountant, G.I. MacLean, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $50 600 00 

Agent, E. Rivard, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1913, at $200 2, 400 00 

Yukon Telephone Syndicate, services, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1913 at $25 275 00 

Zaccarelli,J.: office supplies 4 75 

Telegrams, Govt. Telegraph Service 27 77 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 43 22 

Total, carried to page V— 7 65, 111 41 



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Amherst, N.S.: Wharf. $ cts. 

Canadian Car & Foundry Co., Ltd.: digging bed at wharf, 155 h. at 15c, 15 h. at 17c; digging 

and preparing berth, 9 d. a, 32, 114 d. at $1.50 21-1 80 



Anderson's Cove:, N.S.: Breakwater Extension. 

Conductor, Charles A. Longmire, Apr.-Oct., 63£ d. at $2.50, 68| d. at $3 363 63 

Carpenters, 730§ d. at $1.75; men picking rock, 106| d. at $1.50; men with teams, 273| d. at $3, 

68f d. at $1.75, 5 d. at $1.70 2, 386 56 

Burney, Charles: iron, 625 lb. at $2.20, 4,400 lb. at $2.10; spikes, 4 kegs at $5; clinch rings, 100 

lb. at 13c, 501b. at lie. ; sundries $16.42 161 07 

Small payments: round iron, 1,0001b. at $2.15; spikes, 2 kegs at $4.75, 3 kegs at $4.70; rope, 59§ 

lb. at 1/76. ; sundries $33.11 88 33 

Total, carried to page V— 7 2, 999 59 



Annapolis Harbour, N.S.: Ice Piers. 

Reid, E. R.: contract complete $37,300, extra rip-rap $1,050, total $38,350; less $19,080, paid in 

1911-12, page V-174 19,270 00 

Inspector of work, James Parks, 103 d. at $3. 50 360 50 

Pickels, Frank W. (The F. W. Pickels Co.): price of land between high and low water marks 
$500; interest on $500 from June 15, 1909, to Nov. 4, 1912 (3 y. 142 d.), at 5%, $84.86; costs of 
action$290.20 875 06 

Legal services: James A. McLean, Bridgewater, N.S., $650; H. Rugglcs, Bridgetown, N.S., 

$414.62 1, 064 62 

Total, carried to page V— 7 21,570 18 



Arichat, N.S.: Retaining Wall to Protect Government Property. 

Foreman, George Spry, July-Sept., Dec, 26-47 d. at $3 79 41 

Labourers, 49 d. at $1. 50, 9|d. at $1.75; carpenters, 10 d. at $2; single team, 2d. at $2. 50 115 12 

Brookfield Bros., Ltd.: 'Canada' Portland cement, 80 brl. at $2. 40 192 00 

Small payments: stone ballast, 126f tons at 50c; gravel, 189 brl. at 18c; sand, 188 brl. at 25c; 

spruce, 1,200ft. at $26; 569ft. scantling $13.88; sundries $24 213 47 

Total, carried to page V— 8 600 00 

Arisaig, N.S.: Wharf Extension. 

Foreman, Alex. J. McDonald, June-Sept. , 3 • 027 m. at $80 242 16 

Labourers, 10-5 d. at $1.55, 40-4 d. at $1.50, 54-2 d. at $1.40, 2d. at $1.25, 23-7 d. at 80c 174 21 

Carpenters, 35 d. at $2, 11 -2 d. at $1.75, 351 • 12 d. at $1.70, 42-4 d. at $1.60 754 35 

Men with teams, 16 • 58 d. at $3.25, 16 d. at $2.25 89 89 

Sweet, K. & Co. : iron, 1,642 lb. at $2.60; sundries $16.51 59 20 

Hardwood, 5,879 ft. at $22; spruce, 26 1. ft. at 12c, 584 1. ft. at 10c Paid as follows: Jas. Gillis, 

$59.12; 8 small payments $131.71 190 83 

Small payments: rent of buildings $15; hardware, &c $19.60; spruce ballast poles $13.20; 

sundry $8.50 5G 30 

Total, carried to page V — 8 1 , 566 94 

Avonport, N.S.: Breakwater Extension. 

Conductor, R. Shaw, June-Sept., 57-34 d. at $3 172 02 

Labourers, 135£d- at $2, 55 d. at $1.75, 22 d.at $1.60, 16 d. at $1.50, 35 d. at $1 461 46 

Carpenters, 55 d. at $2.50; carters, 60-16d.at$l. 50, 28-5d.at$1.25 263 37 

Illsley & Harvey: round iron, 852 lb. at $2.35, 1,426 lb. at $2.25; plank, 2,000 ft. at $16; sundries 

$31.51 115 61 

Stone, 472| tons at 50c; lumber, 4821. ft. at 12c, 2,4901. ft. at8|c, 3801. ft. at Sc, 4,6391. ft. at 

6c, 657 1. ft. at 5c ; ballast poles, 600 at 9c ; hemlock deal, 4,000 ft. at $14; flooring, 1 ,007 1. ft. 

at 3c Paid as follows: L. F. Fuller $184.75; H. B. Patterson $56; L. E. Shaw $108.24; A. 

F. Starratt $52.50; J. D. Turner $562.20; H. N. Walsh $23.85 987 54 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2,000 00 



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Sass River, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. $ cts 

Conductor: W. J. H_egan.Apr.-Oct., 40-4 d. at $2.50; outlay $32.70.. „, 7n 

*2°50. U Tayl ° r ' June - July « 10 ' 5 d - at $2 - 5 °: G - M - LeM-is,' Aug.-6ct.V56.'5*d: a t 

Labourers, 180-32 d .'at $1.75; 'mechanic,' 74d.' at $2;' man' with double team',' 61 d. at$350 «77 Ofi 

™oH &c, uSm 7 : Ltd ' : fUneral 6XPenSeS ° f J ° hn Tayl ° r $3L67 = «-dry hardware! *" ™ 

FUh sundtieMAi n '. ^.^i ** ^ cuttin g' 'heading and 'pointing 'iron',' l^'lb.' at l'fc.'; 

Timber and lumber, 3,568ft." at' $15', 700 ft.' at' ili'sO,' ' 2,283 ft 'at'lii' 1 2<tt Vt' ft'iii kh" 83 92 

11,025 ft at $12; piling, 2,498 1. ft. at 10c.; braces, 50 a $2; 2 knek $3 Paud £ Col' 
lows: WilhamCail$46; Jas S. Creelman $190.74; Stephen Corb^tt $94 .0; Thos Crowt 
$53.07; (short paid $1), Elden Davison $78.70; Woodbury Lewis $134 ' sqa fi1 

Small payments: manilla rope, 95 lb. at 12c. ; sundries $37.02 • .... .i .".*.*.*!."!.".'.'!.'."." ' 48 42 

Total, carried to page V— 8 . 04rt __ 

1 , 849 74 

Battery Point, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, Isaac Everett, Apr.-Aug., 97 d. at $3*. oni nn 

STd^aUS^O^ **' ^'^ *" ** $L75; Carpenters ' 77>75 d '' at ® 2 :* men with teams,' 9 d.' at 

^itfe^ 1,1%57 

Rock for ballast, 2,053 tons at 40c. ; square timber, 25 1 ft at 10c ' ' Paid as fnlln™-' Tr™«; a 11 219 51 

Whit 2 e°S6"2°0 yd EV6rrett M07 - 30 ^ H -'^ EveVeU MW^i Joh^oGittlSTSta^ 

Total, carried topage V— 8 . „. ._ 

Z, o<34 48 

Bear River, N.S.: Wharf. 

Conductor James E. Dunn, Sept.-Nov., 67-75 d. at $3, outlay $18.25 . 991 * n 

Foreman, Wm. E. Dunn, Sept.-Nov., 37 d. at $2.50 tola 

Labourers, 78-5 d. at $2 241-5 d. at $1.75; men with teams','39-25d.' at $3 fi « 

Dunn Frank R: dump bolts, 3, 157 lb. at 3|c. 5, 157 lb. at 3§c; sundry $4.91. 28801 

Marshall H. H., purchase price of property for wharf 1 son no 

Stone 2,131 tons at 30c, 323-25 tons at 25c; timber, 124-32 tons at '$3.50,' 58 lV ft at 10c' ' i"398 
i; f *; 9 at 9< k> ™ yt; ^ 8c, 1 749 1. ft at 7c; ballast poles, 10,300 1. ft.at 1c; plank!'376 ft 
SJ&^o ^dasfojfows: Charles Alcorn, $255.94; Frank Alcorn, $119.53; John Burrell 
$128 18; Larnet W Harris, $241.95; Thaddeus Harris, $89.25; Chas. R Ri?e $51 64- 
Melbourne Rice, $177.45; 19 small payments, $467.02. . .. ' * ' 1 „« Qr 

Bmall payments: hardware $21.17; sundries $15.72. . S 00 

Legal services, F. W. Nichols, Digby, N.S ^ ok 

00 60 

Total, carried to page V— 8 4~703~53 

Belliveau's Cove, N.S.: Extension to North Breakwater, etc. 

Foreman, Antime Doucet, Aug.-Sept., 22-57 d. at $3. . . fi7 71 

Labourers, 19-65 d. at $2.25, 234-45 d. at $2; carters, 266-47 d. at $4/ 9-2 d. 'at $3.50 1 fill 21 

Belhveau, Benjamin & Co.: fenders, 94 1. ft. at 9c; sundries $12.60 ...".'.'.'.' 21 06 

Total, carried to page V— 8 j mq 



Blanch, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Foreman, Marsden Thomas, Sept.-Oct., 19 d. at $3, paid horse hire $5 *o nft 

Carpenters, 18 d. at $2; labourers, 366 d. at $1.50 winn 

Nicoll, Frank G.: spruce logs, 1,440 1. ft. at 10c, 8,313 1. ft. at 9c;' ballast pole's *8 160 1 ' ft ' at 

3^0.; expense of rafting chains, etc. $50 ' ' « 00777 

Swain, Lloyd: bolt iron, 1 51* I lb .at 3c; cutting and pointing bolts', 'l ,518 lb.' at IcV; sundry $8.50 ' 69 22 

email payments: bolts, 287 lb. at 4|c, 300 lb. at 4c; boat hire $17; towage $10; truckage $3 54 91 

Total, carried to page V— 8 T998~90 

Boisdale, N.S.: New Wharf. 

King's Printer $16.45; advertising $50.45 66 90 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 ' V— 205 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Brcen's Pond, N.S.: Breakwater Construction. $ cts. 

Morrison, T. D.: contract complete $13,190, less $530 paid in 1911-12 (page V— 176) 12, 660 00 

Inspector of work, Peter C. Brow, June 6- Nov. 22, 5 • 5 m. at $80 439 99 

Total, carried to page V— 8 13,099 99 



Brooklyn, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Falconer, A. D. & Wm. K. McDonald: gross estimate 8 to Nov. 1912 on $119,650 contract, 

$43,290; less drawback $4,280 and paid in 1913-14, $2,990 36,020 00 

Canada Cement Co.: 

Estimate 7 to Nov. 1912 on $39,500 contract, $15,266.75; less drawback and bags returned 

$3,667.93 11,598 82 

Cement, 760 brl. at $1.97§; less freight $480.45 and less switching charge $20 1,000 55 

Brannen, H. H., making diver's survey and report on breakwater 40 00 

Harlow, A., photographs of breakwater 8 00 

Ralston, Norman C: paid, wages of men for hauling and unloading cement etc. $250.06, 

freight $75, livery $32, sundry outlay $34.94 392 00 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. E. Cross 66 00 

Total, carried to page V— 8 49, 125 37 

Brooklyn, N.S.: Dredging. 

Conductor, Fred S. Freeman, June-Sept., 82-4 d. at $2.50 

Labourers, 284 d. at $1.50; man with team, 1 d. at $2.50 

Small payments: sharpening drills, 486 at 5c; dynamite $18.50; hardware etc. $14.27; use of 
derrick $7 .• 





206 00 

428 50 

64 07 


698 57 



Total, carried to page V- 



Brule Wharf, N.S.: Repairs and Extension. 

Conductor, John D. Brown, June-Aug., 40-8 d. at $2.50, buying and surveying timber, 13 d. at 

$2.50, horsehire, 7-5 d. at $1.50 145 75 

Labourers, 449-6 d. at $1.50; water boy, 22-8 d. at $1; men with teams, 33- 1 d. at $3 796 50 

Baillie & Chisholm: spikes, 3 kegs at $3.50; axes, 6 at $1; sundries $31.85 48 35 

Forbes, A.: iron, 3,724 lb. at 3c; sundries $13.54 125 26 

Macdonald, Angus: working iron, 3,724 lb. at 2c; sundry $2.50 76 98 

Timber, 9" & 10", 4,504 1. ft. at 9c, 1,883 1. ft. at 8|c, 1,182 1. ft. at 8c; plank, 10,909 ft. at $9, 
1,178 ft., $14.45; hauling plank, 12 loads at $3.75. Paid as follows: Daniel Craig $76.50; 
J. W. Douglas $56.81; Alexander W. Ives $222.31; George Langill $88.47; Angus McBain 
$87.22; John D. McKay $98.18; John Murray $86.96; 7 payments under $50 each, $101.15 817 60 



Total, carried to page V— 8 2, 010 44 



Burke's Head, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Gerroir, A. W. & K. Sweet: contract complete $35,490, extra work $365. Total $35,855; less 

drawback $4,475 and less $16,610, paid in 1911-12 (page V— 177) 14, 770 00 

Inspectors of work: Amedee Camus, Aug., 27 d. at $3; Thomas Stockley, Apr. 28-July 31, 

78 d. at $3 315 00 

Total , carried to page V— 8 15, 085 00 



Burlington, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Foreman, A. S. Sanford, May, July, 20§ d. at $2.50 51 25 

Master workman, Harry Burgess, 10| d. at $2.25; labourers, 4 d. at $1.65, 46| d. at $1.50 99 59 

Hewers of timber, 50 d. at $1.75; teaming, 2 d. at $3, 2-86 d. at $3.50 103 48 

Timber, 9", 2,068 1. ft. at 8c; plank, 1,500 ft. at $11, 8,376 ft. at $12, 50 ft. at $14, 30 ft. at $20; 
17 posts, $1. Paid as follows: Fred R. Blackburn $49.68; Albert Parsons $98.81; 6 

payments under $48 each, $136.26 284 75 

Small payments: iron, 457 lb. at 6c; scouring plank $16; sundries $17.51 60 93 



Total, carried to page V— 8 600 00 



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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Cape Rouge, N.S.: Breakwater Construction. $ cts. 

Musgrave, R. & B., contract for construction of breakwater complete 15, 884 00 

Aucoin, A. C, purchase price of property required for approach to wharf 175 00 

Inspector of work, Amedee Camus: 123 d. at $3, outlay $1 370 00 

Brownley, H. E., inspector of timber, 8,586 ft. at 60c. per C, 26,767 ft. at 50c. per M 64 90 

Legal services, Thomas Gallant, Port Hood, N.S 24 60 

Total, carried to page V— 8 16,518 50 

Cariboo Island, N.S.: Raising Causeway. 

Foreman, Alexander Fraser: May-Oct., 2 • 922 m. at $90; outlay $9.70 272 70 

Quarry foreman, Duncan Rankin, 34 d. at $2.50 85 00 

Labourers, 206-73 d. at $1.50, 10 d. at $1.25, 19-5 d. at $1; carpenter, 2 d. at $2; caulker, 4 d. at 

$2.50; men with teams, 24-5 d. at $2.50 417 37 

McKenzie, James: rent of ground for scow, Nov., 1909-Jan., 1912, $30; towing scow $20 50 00 

Brush, 12,300 1. ft. at lc, 126£ cords at 75c; stone, 134 cu. yds. at 75c, 190 cu. yds. at 25c; 

hauling stone, 139 cu. yds. at 50c; sundry $7.86. Paid as follows: Neil Cameron $50; 

Martin McDonald $103; J. H. McKenzie $53.25; Dan McLeod $86.50; 9 small payments 

$150.48 443 23 

Small payments: launching scow $21.50; right of way for hauling stone $30; hardware, etc., $38.47; 

towage $20; sundries $21.75 131 72 



Total, carried to page V— 8 1,400 02 



Carr's Brook, N.S.: Wharf. 

King's Printer $15.59; advertising $81.64 97 23 

Centreyille, N.S.: Cape Island Wharf. 

Conductor, Wm. B. McGray, Aug.-Nov., Mar., 69 d. at $3, outlay $97.04 304 04 

Foreman, Ezra Atkinson, Aug.-Nov., 53 d. at $3; labourers, 262£ d. at $1.50 552 75 

Atwood, Samuel S., logs, 4,375 1. ft. at $8 350 00 

Brannen, D. E.: rock, 608 cu. yds. at 75c; ballast poles, 1,100 1. ft. at 4c; towing logs $65.37; 

towing vessel $5 570 37 

Brannen, John: cutting and sharpening iron, 2,508 lb. at lc; bolts, 320 at 4c; sundries $11.85 49 73 

Harlow & Kempton: hemlock lumber, 14,912 ft. at $13.50, 2, 974 ft. at $13 239 98 

Southern Salvage Company, Ltd.: carrying logs from Port Clyde to Centreville 100 00 

Small payments: iron, 2,508 lbs. at $2.15; freight on plank $47.34; rafting logs to Port Clyde 

$22.50; towage $14; Sundries $21.32 159 08 

«* 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2, 325 95 

Centreville, N.S.: Trout Cove Breakwater. 

Mackay Bros.: estimate 1 to Sept. 1, 1912, on $28,470 contract, $23,542.50, less drawback 

12,354.25 ■ 21,188 25 

Reid, E. R.: estimate 3 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $44,500 contract, $8,450, less drawback $840 7,610 00 

Inspector of work done under E. R. Reid contract, H. H. Sulis, Aug.-Oct., 72 d. at $3.50 252 00 

Foreman, A. Boutilier, Apr .-May, -755 m. at $80 60 38 

Conductor, Wesley H. Smith, Aug.-Jan., 142-5 d. $3 427 50 

Carpenters, 91-5 d. at $2.50, 444-1 d. at $2.25; blacksmith, 23-5 d. at $2.25 1,280 84 

Men with teams, 69-71 d. at $3.50; engineer, 28-5 d. at $2.25; teams, 128-5 d. at $1 436 63 

Labourers, 1,172-9 d. at $2, 66-74 d. at $1.50 2,445 92 

Boutilier, A. & Co.: hoisting, 218 J h. at 70c; iron, 2,0461b. at 2|c; manilla rope, 197 lbs. at 14c; 

freight $11.40; sundry $56.91 299 99 

Brownley, H. E., inspecting square timber, 520, 000 ft. at 50c per M 260 00 

Bobbins, B.C., measuring and inspecting creosoted timber, 13 d. at $3 39 00 

Thome, W. H. & Co.: iron, 1,416 lb. at $2.30, 5,202 lb. at $2.20, 2,000 lb. at $2.10; screw bolts 
9041b. at 4c; ship spikes, 5 kegs at $4.50; portable forge $20; clinch rings, 150 lb. at 10c; 

anvil, 122 lb. at 10|c; sundries $11.74 307 22 

Spruce timber, 18,054 1. ft. at 8c, 4,591 1. ft. at 7c, 691 1. ft. at 5c, 6,250 1. ft. at 3c 2,170 1. ft. 
at 2£c; hemlock, 32,127 ft. at $16. Paid as follows: H. H. Marshall $514.03; Lennie 
Morehouse $157.12; Elihu Porter $62.44; Elijah Raymond $86.12; Wilfrid Robbins $429; 
Charles Robichau $199.68; Henry Sanderson $132.32; G. E. Torrie $543.55; Hadden 

Westcott $373.10; 4 small payments $58.66 2, 556 02 

Small payments: towing timber $59; hauling rock, 29 cu. yds. at 50c; iron $10.09; sundry 

$11.20 94 79 

King's Printer $24.21; advertising $217.35 241 56 

Total, carried to page V— 8 37,500 10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 V— 207 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Chester, N.S.: Canal. $ cts. 

Foreman, Freeman Pulsifer, June-Oct., 50-676 d. at $2.50, outlay $22.09 148 78 

Workmen, 584-5 d. at $1.50; stonemasons, 59-5 d. at $2.25; men with teams, 95-83 d. at $3, 

38-5 d. at $3.50 1,432 88 

Evans, Owen W.: 100 lb. rope $15.40; wire, 108 lb. at 10c. ; 3 blocks $14.90; sundry $20.44 61 54 

_^_ Fredea, Frank, stone, 325 loads at 17c 55 25 

"* McNeill, Wm. P. & Co.: highway beam span erected complete on foundations, including 

wooden floor system, etc., $468; extra for hauling to site $10.04 478 04 

Smith, Cottnam T., sundry smithwork 49 58 

Small payments: cement, 15£ brl. at $2.20; 1,500 ft. lumber $18.75; use of derrick, 19 d. at 50c; 

sundries $10.58 72 93 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2, 299 00 



Cole Harbour, N.S.: Wharf. 
King's Printer 22 55 



Cottage Cove, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Commissioner, Orlando Baltzer, Sept.-Nov., 66 d. at $3, outlay $26.32 224 32 

Hewers, and men handling ballast, 276-78 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 2-4 d. at $5, 25 d. at $4, 

1 -754 d. at $3.50, 10 d. at $2.50, 15 d. at $2; tending rafts, 2 n. at $3; towing rafts, 13 h. at $1 607 31 

Bolser, John E., spruce timber, 1530 1. ft. at 6c, 462 1. ft. at 3c 105 66 

Feindel, W. C: iron, 3,139 lb. at 2|c; screw bolts, 160 at 6c; sundry $41.81 122 04 

Small payments: timber, 3,109 1. ft. at 3c, 16 1. ft. at 6c; smithwork $28.51; time purchasing 

timber, etc., 6 d. at $3 140 74 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1, 200 07 



Cow Bay (Port Morien), N.S.: Protection Works and General Repairs. 

Foreman, Henry Munroe, June-Sept., Nov., 89 d. at $3 267 00 

Carpenters, 119-5 d. at $2, 197 d. at $1 .75; labourers, 710 d. at $1.50, 38-5 d. at $1.40, 74-3 d. at 

$1.25, 6-5 d. at $1; men with teams, 3 d. at $3.50, 133 d. at $2.50 2,145 00 

Irwin, J. S.: duck, 113 yds. at 16c; rope, 17£lb. at 13c 20 36 

McDonald, D. L.: bolts, 303£ lb. at 8c, 320 lb. at 7c; stay rods, 366 lb. at 8c; sundry $15.10. . . 91 06 

McDonald, Hector: duck, 406 yd. at 20c; rope, 74 lb. at 13c; sundry $6.29 97 11 

McLeod, Alex.: sand, 200 brl. at 12c; sundry hardware, etc., $28.54 52 54 

Nearing, James: bolts, 350 lb. at 7c; nails, 300 lb. at 3|c; sundry $17.46 52 46 

Spencer, O. J.: lumber, 500 ft. at $24, 1,405 ft. at $18, 3,539 ft. at $17.50, 2, 658 ft. at $17; shingles, 

5 M at $3; duck, 102f yd. at 19c; sundries $17.53 196 46 

Sydney Foundry & Machine Works: iron, 720 lb. at 4c; babbitt, 36 lb. at 30c; machine work, 

$15; sundries $23.40 78 00 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2, 999 99 



Creignish, N.S.: Landing Pier: Construction. 

Foreman, D. B. McMaster, July-Nov., Mar., 62-75 d. at $3, outlay $11.05 199 30 

Carpenters, 90-75 d. at $2, 17 d. at $1.85, 264-69 d. at $1.75; labourers, 18 d. at $1.75, 203-32 d. at 

$1.50; men with single teams, 2 d. at $3, 41 d. at $2.50; water boy, 45 d. at 80c 1, 157 13 

Cameron, John, purchase price of property required for approach to wharf 100 00 

Stone ballast, 1,350-2 cu. yd. at 50c; lumber, 5,980 ft. at $20, 7,070ft. at $15; timber, 1,034- 5 l.ft. 
at 10c, 1,615 l.ft. at 4c, 480 1. ft. at 2|c; horse hire $1.50. Paid as follows: Cameron, 
Archibald $68.32, Hector $60.66; Gillis, Allan, $83.33; McDonald, Alexander, $80, A. R. 
$193.34, Rory $53.12; McEachern, Dougald, $118; McMaster, Angus, $70.85; 16 small pay- 
ments $354.68 1082 30 

Small payments: bolts, 460 lb. at 31c; spikes $13; sundries $33.01. ..'.'.'.*." .'.'.'.'.'.'.".' .*.'.' .'.'.'.'.' .".'.'." .* ' 60 96 

Legal services, Donald McLennan, Port Hood, N.S -. 50 57 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2 650 26 



V— 208 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Cribbin's Point, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. $ cts. 

Foreman, Angus R. Boyd, July, Oct -Nov., Mar., 1-30 7 m. at $80, outlay $2.75 107 35 

Carpenters, 110-5 d. at $1.75; labourers, 110-5 d. at $1.50, 12 d. at $1.40, 15-5 d. at $1.25; water 

boy, 3-5 d. at SI; men with teams, 39-5 d. at $3, 61 d. at $2; masons, 3-5 d. at $2.50, 8 d. 

at $1.75 662 04 

Boyd, Hugh: iron bolts, 1, 509 lb. at 4^c; sundries $2.79 74 74 

Small payments: lumber 7,033 ft. at $16 ; stone, 225 cu. yd. at 10c; cement, 4 brls. at $3.20; 

sundry $8.50 156 32 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1,000 45 

Croft's Cove, N.S.: Boat Landing Repairs. 

Foreman, Stanley Handing, Aug.-Sept., 39 d. at $3 117 00 

Labourers, 148| d. at $1.50; carpenters, 35 d. at $2.25, 14 d. at $1.75; man with ox team, 3 d. 

at $2 331 99 

Corkum, Elijah: ballast, 154 tons at 40c; ballast poles, 2,478 ft. at 3§c 148 33 

Eikle, Charles & Sons: logs, 1,848 1. ft. at 10?,c; square timber, 1,609 ft. at $18; spruce, 2,316 

ft. at $16; iron, 1,033 1b. at 3c; sundries $15.35 306 38 

Small payments: rent of forge, anvil etc., 33 d. at $1.25; hardware $19.50; truckage, $17; 

sundries $20.05 97 80 

Total carried to page V— 8 1001 50 

Delap's Cove, Harbour, N.S. 

Foreman, Frank McCaul, Apr.-May, Oct.-Nov., 52-5 d. at $2.50 131 25 

Labourer, R. W. McCaul: 52-5 d. at $2.25; logs, 360 l.ft. at 6c, 275 I. ft. at 5c, 540 1. ft. at 3c 169 67 

Carpenters, 112-5 d. at $1.75, 13 d. at $1.65, 18 75 d. at $1.60 248 27 

Labourers, 180-9 d. at $1.50„ 14-25 d. at $1.25; men with teams, 102-5 d. at $3 596 66 

Small payments: logs, 1,383 1. ft. at 6c, 522 1. ft. at 5c, 350 1. ft. at 3c, 202 1. ft. at 2^c; iron, 

1, 030 lb. at 2c; sundry $8.59 153 82 

Legal services, H. Ruggles, Bridgetown, N.S 75 82 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1, 375 49 



Devil's Island, N.S.: Breakwater Extension. 

Ham, Obed A., estimate 6 to Oct. 31, 1912 on $26, 984, contract, $14, 740, less drawback $1,350 13,390 00 

Inspector of work, Edward J. De Young, June 1-Nov. 16, h\ m. at $80 440 00 

Inspector of timber, C. H. Sexton, 38,214 ft. at 50c per M 19 11 

Advertising 13 48 

Total, carried to page V— 8 13, 862 59 



Digby Harbour, N.S.: Improvements including Repairs and Additions. 

Conductor, Frank Lent, Apr.-Jan., 234 d. at $3 702 00 

Carpenters, 217 d. at $2.50, 786 d. at $2; caulkers, 6-5 d. at $2.75, 6-5 d. at $2.50; labourers, 

455 d. at $1.75; watchmen, 122 d. at $1.50 3, 127 87 

Condon, M. A.: paint, 110| gals, at $2.30, 6 gals at $2.50; sundries $62.92 332 07 

Cummings, N. A.: bolts, 128 lb. at 7c, 2,663 lb. at 4^c, 410 lb. at 4c, 836 lb. at 3|c; bolts 

and hinges, 947 lb. at 5c; forged hinges, 159 lb. at 8c; socket bands, rings, etc, 237 lb. at 

6c, sundries $51.46 300 18 

Dakin Bros.: 125 h. time on engine $75; 301 lb. castings $21; 132 ft. galv'd pipe $14.19; ship 

spikes, 2 kegs at $3, 2 kegs at $3.05; washers, 205 lb. at 4c, 250 lb. at 7c; 2,111 ft. spruce 

lumber $40.23; 3 connecting rods $10; 3 ply Amazon roofing, 3 rolls at $6.40; 5 window 

sashes $11.70; sundries $199.22 428 34 

Marshall, H. H.: spruce plank, 1,224 ft. at$17, 6,093 ft. at $18; timber, 400 ft. at $25, 1,301ft. 

sundry lumber, $24.58 165 05 

Renner, Thos. H.: diver, tender and gear, surveying wharf, 2 d. at $20; express charges on 

apparatus $15.40; passage tickets and board for diver and tender $20.10 75 50 

Titus, S. W., spruce timber, 25,781 ft. at 5c 128 90 

Warne, H. L. & Co.: lumber, 450 ft. at $30, 4,711 ft. at $25, 8,720 ft. at $20; 75 ft. sheathing 

$1.85 307 42 

Small payments: washers, 335 lb. at 7c; timber, 3 sticks at $7, 1 stick at $10; 6 m. ground 

rent $18; gasoline $1.15 73 60 

Total, carried to page V— 8 5, 640 93 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 209 



Diligent River, N.S.: Wharf. $ cts. 

Foreman, George E. Smith, June-Oct., 110 d. at $3 330 00 

Sub-foreman, Nelson Hughes, June-Oct., 59-25 d. at $2.50 148 12 

Blacksmiths, 104 d. at $2; carpenters, 48- 75 d. at $2; carters, 56 d. at $3, 16-75 d. at $4; labourer 

76-75 d. at $1.60 663 30 

Halfield, G. C.: piling, 7,137 1. ft. at 8£c, 3,894 1. ft. at 4c, 13 pieces at $2.50; caps, 3,344 ft. 
at $20; deal, 17,667 ft. at $15; round iron, 3,461 lb. at $2.45; 5 kegs spikes $16.45; sundry 

$42.27 1, 270 29 

McLeod, John: stone, 640 tons at 5c; landing bank $30; 10 loads brush, $10; boat hire, $3. . . 75 00 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2,486 71 

Drum Head, N.S.: Wharf Improvement. 

Foreman, Amariah Burke, Nov.-Dec, 1- 115 m. at $80 89 23 

Labourers, 89 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 2 d. at $2; truckman, 10-25 d. at $3 168 25 

Giffin, S. R. & Sons: iron, 954 lb. at 3c; lumber, 544 ft. at $20, 1731 ft. at $15; timber, 744 ft. 

at $17.50; logs, 353 ft. at 9c, 1,208 ft. at 7c; ballast poles, 35 at 40c; sundry $5.90 214 71 

Small payments: boat-hire, 24 d. at 50c; bolts, 289 at 2c, 99 at 3c 20 75 

Total, carried to page V— 8 492 94 

Duncans Cove, N.S. 

Gerroir, A. W. & K. Sweet, contract for construction of breakwater complete 6, 960 00 

Johnson, Bernard D., inspector of work, Aug. & Sept., 2 m. at $80 160 00 

Total, carried to page V— 8 7, 120 00 

East Chezzetcook, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Gerroir, A. W. & K. Sweet, contract complete $7, 260, less drawback $500 6, 760 00 

Inspector of work, Andrew Smith, Oct.-Dec, 3 m. at $80 240 00 

Advertising 42 20 

Total, carried to page V— 8 ....'. 7, 042 20 

East River, N.S.: Dredging. 

King's Printer $40.60; advertising $494.71 535 31 

East Ship Harbour, N.S.: Wharf. 

Foreman, I. J. Keating, Aug.-Dec, 46-5 d. at $2.50 116 25 

Labourers, 238 d. at $1.50; carters, 29-5 d. at $2.50; boating stone, 20- 5 d. at $2; hire of boat, 

2 d. at 50c 472 76 

Monk, G. L.: logs, 1,340 1. ft. at 6c, 22 at $1.20, sundry $12.48; lumber, 2,181 ft. at $17, 186 ft. 

at $14, 600 ft. at $12 166 17 

O'Bryan, R.: logs, 1,377 1. ft. at 6c; stone, 17J tons at 40c; sundry, $7.08 96 70 

Simmonds, James Ltd.: iron, 612 lb. at $2.40, 1,000 lb. at $2.15; manilla rope, 101 lb. at 15c; 

sundry $25.10 76 44 

Small payments: timber, 486 1. ft. at 6c. ; flooring, 40 pieces at 50c; smith work, $14.67; sundry 

$7.86 71 69 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1,000 01 

Eastern Harbour, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Foreman, Lazare A. AuCoin., July, 12 d. at $3 36 00 

Labourers, 32 d. at $1.40; men with teams, 34-5 d. at $2.25; blacksmith, -9 d. at $4 126 03 

Small payments: pieces of timber, 20 ft. long, 15 pieces at $2; iron and spikes $3.32; labour $4. . 37 32 

Total, carried to page V— 8 199 35 

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Ecum Secum, N.S.: Protection of faces of wharf with hardwood sheathing, etc. $ cts. 

Foreman, Jeffrey Fleet, jr.: Sept.-Oct., Mar., 1-48 m. at $80; outlay, $2.70 121 12 

Labourers, 126 d. at $1.40, 59.76 d. at $1.30; carpenters, 19-5 d. at $1.50; carters, 9-75 d. at $2 302 84 

Clarence Anderson Scotia Lumber & Shipping Co, spruce, 6,596 ft. at $14, 100 ft. at $10 93 35 

Small payments: bolts, 846 at 3c; iron, 536 lb. at $2.30, 774 lb. at $2.20; timber, 12 pieces 

at 75c, 4 at 50c; sundries, $16.84 82 58 

Total, carried to page V— 8 599 89 

Eel Brook Wharf, N.S. 

Conductor, Sylvain Potier, May-July, 43-1 d. at $3 129 30 

Labourers, 34-1 d. at $1.80, 384-9 d. at $1.50; carters, 22-4 d. at $2, 20-3 d. at $3; use of boat, 

54 d. at 50c 771 43 

Babin, Eloi, plank, 3,000 ft. at $15; Spinney, E. K., iron, 1,052 lb. at $2.10, sundries, $18.57. . 85 66 

Legal services, George Bingay, Yarmouth, N.S 34 11 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1,020 50 



Feltzen South, N.S.: Breakwater on Spindler's Cove. 

King's Printer, $26.52; advertising, $76.88 103 40 



Findlay Point Harbour, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf, etc. 

Foreman, John N. Mclsaac, July-Aug., Oct., 49 d. at $3, single team, 14 d. at $4, timber, 425 

1. ft. at 6c, sundry, $4.14 , 232 64 

Carpenters, 36 d. at $2; labourers, 157-23 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 33-5 d. at $3.50, 12 d. 

at $2.50 455 10 

McLeod, Angus, hardwood, 5,808 ft. at $17 98 73 

Small payments: timber, 33 1. ft. at 7c, 810 1. ft. at 6c, 1,148 1. ft. at 5c; brush, 70 loads at 

15c; spikes, 800 1b. at 3|c; smith work, $48.77; livery, $11; sundry, $8.95 213 53 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1,000 00 



Five Islands, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Foreman, Allen A. Danson, Apr -May, 29| d. at $2.50, outlay, $65.54 139 29 

Carters, 4-75 d. at $4; labourers, 164-75 d. at $1.75 307 31 

Fullmore, Daniel, timber, 141 1. ft. at 4c 5 64 

Total, carried to page V— 8 t 452 24 



Fox Island, N.S.: Beach Protection Work. 

Conductor, Melvin H. Naugle: June- July, Sept.-Nov., 78-5 d. at $2.50; travel and outlay, 

$21.75 218 00 

Carpenters, 76-75 d. at $2; labourers, 591-28 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 13-25 d. at $2, 165-25 

d. at $1 1 , 232 17 

Conrod, Aubrey: making screw bolts, 50 at 65c, common bolts, 894 at 4c; repairs to augers, $2 70 26 

LaPierre, George, lumber, 6,961 ft. at $17 118 34 

Simmonds, James: iron, 3,145 lb. at $2.10, 561 lb. at $2.25, 500 lb. at $2.30, 2C6 lb. at $2.40, 

397 lb. at $2.45; clinch rings, 100 at lie; sundry, $36.90 152 74 

Small payments: ballast poles, 798 1. ft. at 4£c; making bolts, 590 at 4c; hauling lumber and 

iron, $43.82 103 33 

Total, carried to page V— 8 . . . 1,894 84 



French River, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Brownley, H. E.: inspecting timber, 4,969 ft. at 50c per M., 1, 683 ft. at 60c per C 12 58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 V— 211 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Fruid's Point, N.S.: Removal of Rocks. % cts. 

Inspector, Charles Buchanan, 11 d. at $3 33 00 

Hardy, Thomas W., foreman, 23£ d. at $3 70 50 

Southern Salvage Co.: services of 'Coast Guard,' 33| d. at l<,0; dynamite, 250 lb. at 40c; 

500 detonators, $8.75 3, 123 75 

Total, carried to page V— 8 3 , 227 25 



Gillis Point East, N.S.: Wharf Construction. 

Foreman, Neil A. McNeil, May-Sept., Nov., 98-75 d. at S3 296 25 

Carpenters, 79-64 d. at $2.25, 97-15 d. at $2, 157-6 d. at $1.75; labourers, 373-94 d. at $1.50, 

63-83 d. at $1.25; men with teams, 2 d. at $3.50, 4-5 d. at $2.50 1,308 23 

Campbell, Dan. J.: stone, 270 cu. yd. at 60c, 80 cu. yd. at 50c 202 00 

McDonald, W. N., hire of 'Alert,' 2 d. at $27.50 55 00 

Small payments: barrels, 36 at $1, 10 at $1.10; wharf covering, 1,884 ft. at $16; rope, 155 lb. 
at 15c; bolts, 547 lb. at 4c; use of boat, 70 d. at 30c; freight, $16.18; ballast poles, 336 
1. ft. at 4c; use of 4 jack screws, 10 d., $10; sundries, $47.12 230 01 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2,091 49 



Grand Etang, N.S.: Repairs to Channel. 

Conductor, Joseph R. Doucet, May-Oct., 117 d. at $3 351 00 

Carpenters, 299-2 d. at $1.75; labourers, 1,119-62 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 117-72 d. at 

«2 50 . 2 497 34 
Small payments:' loads of brush, 233 at 25c, 120 at 20c, 56 at 15c; lumber, 884 ft. at $17; hard- 
ware, etc., $41.98; sundry, $4 151 66 

Total, carried to page V— 8 3, 000 00 



Great Village, N.S.: Construction of vessel berth at wharf. 

Foreman, James Peppard, June-July, 21 d. at $2.50 52 50 

Labourers, 61| d. at $1.75; carter, 2 h., 80c 108 44 

Peppard, Allen, timber, 1,404 1. ft. at 8c; Peppard, Isaiah, stone, 87 tons at 70c 173 22 

Peppard, A. S.: stone, 38| tons at 70c; brush, 26 loads at $1 .50 65 78 

Small payments: stone, 88 tons at 70c; brush, 9 loads at $1.50; smithwork, iron, etc., $18.63; 

lumber, $3.78 97 51 

Total, carried to page V— -8 497 45 



Hall's Harbour, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, Rufus Thorpe, Sept.-Oct., 40 d. at $3 120 00 

Carpenters, 67 d. at $2, 32-5 d. at $1.75; labourers, 94-5 d. at $1.50 332 62 

Calkin, T. P. & Co.: iron, 1,925 lb. at $2.35; bolts, 560 lb. at 4^c; sundries, $19.80 90 24 

Timber, 325 1. ft. at 7c, 2,316 1. ft. at 6c, 2,699 1. ft. at 3c, paid as follows: P. W. Neville, 

$70.17; Maxime Parker, $73.95; 5 payments under $45 each, $98.56 242 68 

Total, carried to page V— 8 785 54 



Hampton, N.S.: Breakwater Extension. 

Conductor, Judson Foster, June-July, Oct., 30-25 d. at $3, outlay, $13.29 104 04 

Labourers, 110 d. at $1.75, 4 d. at $1.60; men with teams, 8-13 d. at $3.25, -5 d. at $3, 2-5 

d. at $2.50 ; 233 09 

Marshall, Edward, spruce timber, 1, 250 1. ft. at 7c 87 50 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: iron, 1,514 lb. at 2c; 90 lb. rope, $10.57; sundries, $8.65 49 50 

Small payments: timber, 632 1. ft. at 7c; hardware, &c, $29.68 , 73 92 

Total , carried to page V— 8 548 05 

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Hansport Wharf. $ cts. 

King's Printer 38 14 



Harbour au Bo u die, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Fraser, John, hemlock deal, 8, 100 ft. at $14 113 40 

Procuring timber, W. J. Chisholm, 1\ d. f $7.68; piling plank, T. G. Crispo, 2 d., $3.50 11 IS 

Total, carried to page V— 8 124 58 

Harbourville, N.S.: Breakwater Repairs. 

Conductor, James M. Cahill, Sept., Jan., 35-5 d. at $3; sub-conductor, Edward Curry, 22 

d. at $2.25 159 01 

Carpenters, 34-2 d. at $2, 74 d. at $1.75; labourers, 99-7 d. at $1.50; blacksmith, 4 d. at $2.50 357 45 

Morris, Henry: deal, 2,017 ft. at $15; spruce timber, 43 1. ft. at 10c, 39 1. ft. at 8c, 218 1. ft. 

at 7c, 285 1. ft. at 6c. 70 03 

Thorne, W. H. & Co.: iron, 2,010 1b. at $2; sundries, $19.57 59 77 

Small payments: spruce timber, 537 1. ft. at 8c, 2,069 1. ft. at 6c, 1,876 1. ft. at 5c, 227 1. ft. 
at 4c; stone, 145 tons at 20c; cutting and pointing iron, 2,340 lb. at $18 per ton; sundries, 
$33 .41 353 39 



Total, carried to page V— 8 999 65 

Herring Cove, N.S.: Wharf. 

Conductor, Edward Hayes, June-Aug., 25 d. at $2.50 . . . 62 50 

Labourers, 111-66 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 46-5 d. at $2, 2 d. at $2.50; rent of gasoline engine, 

5 d. at $3; hire of boat, 9 d. at $1 289 50 

Beazley, Messrs. William, Henry & Richard, purchase price of required land 200 00 

Dempsey, Edward: freight on creosoted logs from Tancook, $75; team hire $2.50 77 50 

Landry, W. J., creosoted timber, 713 1. ft. at 45c 320 85 

Rawlings, George: spruce, 5,586 ft. at $28; hemlock, 4,000 ft. at $14 212 40 

Scotia Fisheries Ltd.: services of S.S. Luxor towing scow from Sheet Harbour to Herring 

Cove $100. (One half chargeable to West Chezzetcook Pier, Page V— 223) 50 00 

Small payments: iron, 670 lb. at 3c; screw bolts, 21 at 55c; hire of launch $12.50; sundries 

$43 . 52 87 67 

Legal services, T. S. Rogers, Amherst, N.S : 31 80 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1,332 22 



Inverness Harbour, N.S.: Improvment. 

Foreman, John E. Beaton, 49 d. at $3 147 00 

Men with double teams, 118-92 d. at $3.50; men with single teams, 106-25 d. at $2.50 681 87 

Carpenters and labourers, 32 d. at $2, 288-5 d. at $1.75, 45-5 d. at $1.50. 49 d. at $1.25 698 35 

Cameron, L. D.: drift-bolts, 1,084 lb. at 4c, 975 lb. at 4|c; spikes, 4 kegs at $3.50; sundries 

$20. 91 119 71 

McDonald, Dan J.: caretaker, Apr.-June, Aug.-Jan., 9 m. at $15; watchman, July, 5 d. at $1.25 141 25 

McDonald, J. S., smith work, $1.65; McLean, D. R., paving men, 1 d., $3 4 65 

Stone, 204 cu. yd. at $1.10; timber, 2,098 1. ft. at 10c; ballast flooring, 1,368 I. ft. at 6c; lumber 
and timber, 7,619 ft, at $16; brush, 10-5 acres at $10; sawing plank, 8 M at $4. Paid as 
follows: E. E. Beaton, $102.01; Jos. F. Beat™, $166.59; Geo. F. Cameron $66; Malcolm 

F. Campbell, $63.22; Duncan McNeil $128. h\ 10 payments under $50 each $248.57 775 18 

King's Printer 28 89 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2, 596 90 



Joggins Mines, N.S.: Turning place on Breakwater. 

Conductor, John Taylor, May-Sept., 97 d. at $3, outlay $25.95 316 95 

Carpenters, 87-5 d. at $2; labourers, 20 d. at $1.75, 31-3 d. at $1.50; men with single teams, 

90-7 d. at $2.75 506 38 

Christie, J. R. & G. H.: green spruce, 5,298 1. ft. at $6.95, 55 pieces, $24.25, 2 pieces at $3, 12 

pieces at $3.50 440 46 

Small payments: lumber, 1,819 ft. at $18; iron 1,020 lb. at $2.10; smith-work $9.61; sundry 

$21.04 84 81 

Total, carried to page V— 8 1,438 60 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 V— 213 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Jones Harbour, N.S.: Removal of Bocks. $ cts. 

Foreman, Sydney A. Richardson, May-June, 9| d. at $3 28 50 

Southern Salvage Company: services of S.S. Coast Guard, 9|d. at $90; dynamite, 40 lb. at 

40c; 25 detonators, 50c 871 50 

Total, carried to page V— 8 900 00 

Kraut Point, N.S.: Wharf. 

Foreman, Stanley Handing, Aug.-Dec, 09 d. at $3 207 00 

Labourers, 245-7 d. at $1.50, 5-5 d. at $1.75; carpenters, 37 d. at $2.25; blacksmiths, 14 d. at 

$2; men with teams, 7 d. at $3; 1-5 d. at $2.50, 3-3 d. at $2; pile-driver, 16 d. at $4; boat 

nire, 51 d. at 25c 597 52 

Fraser, D. L.: piling, 4,980 1. ft. at 10£c; timber, 12,937 ft. at $21, 11,335 ft. at $18; plank, 

17,175 ft. at $16; towage, $30 1,303 40 

Fraser, Fred: rent of blacksmith's tools, carpenter tools, rope, etc., 53 d. at $1 .25 66 25 

Getson, D.: spikes, 4 kegs at $3.90; coal, 4 tons at $5.50, 7 bags at $1; sundry, $19.21 63 81 

Ritcey, Samuel: iron, 2,119 lb. at 3c: bolts, 200 lb. at 6c; 100 lb. washers, $12.25; sundry 

$15 . 57 103 39 

Small payments: towing pi ledriver $85;hirdware $18.22; livery $15.50; rent of water barrels, 

anchors, &c for piledriver $15; sundry $26.30 160 02 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2, 501 39 

Leonard's Cove, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, Stephen Robinson, Aug-Sept., 40| d.at $3 120 75 

Carpenters, 38| d. at $2, 192 d. at $1.75; stone pickers, 71 d. at $1.75; men with teams, 49j d. 

at $3 684 53 

Hudson, Reuben: iron, 1,015 lb. at $2.10; bolts and nuts, 468 lb. at4jc; manilla rope, 861b. 

at 12Jc; sundries $7.71 59 66 

Small payments: iron, 560 lb. at $2.10; 2 kegs snip spikes $9.50; hardware, &c, $13.68 3i 94 

Total, carried to page V— 8 899 88 

Litchfield, N.S.: Breakwater Extension. 

Conductor, Edward Wilson, June-Oct,, 82 d. at $3 246 00 

Carpenters, 178-5 d. at $2, 132 d. at $1.75; labourers, 368-46 d. at $1.75, 180-75 d. at $1.50; 

carters, 179-75 d. at $3 2,043 19 

Burney, Charles: iron, 4,375 lb. at $2.10; bolts, 325 lb. at 4|c; clinch rings, 25 at 15c; 50 at 

12c; sundry $25 141 24 

Turner, Charles: spruce timber, 534 1. ft. at 7c, 275 1. ft. at 6c, 446 1. ft. at 5c, 480 1. ft. at 

4c, 1,100 1. ft. at 2^c 122 88 

Small payments, sundry hardware 26 71 

Total, carried to page V— 8 2,580 02 

Little Anse, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Morrison, T. D., estimate 4 to Nov. 15, 1912, on $21,500 contract, $17,190, less drawback $1,720 15,470 00 
Inspector of work, Felix Landry, 167-5 d. at $3 502 50 

Total, carried to pag- V— 8 15,972 50 

Little Bras d'Or, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Brownley, H. E., inspection of timber, 3,754 ft. at 50c per M, 2,297 ft. at 60c per C 15 66 

Little Harbour, N.S.: Improvements. 

Conducts, Angus McLeod, Sept.-Nov., 50-5 d. at $3, travel and outlay, $10.70 162 20 

Labourers, 1 d. at $2, 72-5 d. at $1.75, 169 d. at $1.50, 2 d. at $1.25; carpenters, 54-28 d. at 

$2.25, 15-5 d. at $2; men with teams, 5-5 d. at $2.50 551 72 

Bell, A. M. & Co.: wire spikes, 6 kegs at $2.70, insurance on same 20c; bolts 3,087 ib. at 3c, 

2,128 lb. at 3i C 183 49 

Schooner Madonna (Capt. Verge), freight on timber, 26,412 ft. at $3 per M 79 23 

Sheet Harbour Lumber Co.: timber, 15,812 ft. at $18; deal, 10,600 ft. at $14.50.. .' 438 31 

Small payments: use of boats $18.74; timber, 15 pieces (17 ft. long) at $1; sundries $8.62 42 36 

Total, oarried to page V— 8 1,457 31 



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Little Harbour, N.S.: Wharf. $ ts. 

Foreman, Malcolm McKay, June-July, 21 d. at $3 63 00 

Carpenters, 156 d. at $1.75; labourers, 37 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 1 d. at $3.50, 2 d. at 

$3.25; hire of team, 18 d. at $1 356 50 

Small payments: shingles, 8 M at $2; timber $32.32; boards and scantling, 4,176 ft. at $14; 

hardware, paint, &c, $22.33; sundries $14.49 143 60 

Total, carried to page V— 9 563 10 



Livingston's Cove, N.S.: Breakwater Extension. 

Foreman, Angus Brown, June-Sept., 2 • 153 m. at $80 172 26 

Carpenters, 218£ d. at $1.75, 150f d. at $1.60, 161f d. at $1.50; labourers, 58£ d. at $1.40, 67 d. 

at $1.25; men with teams, 26| d. at $3, 61| d. at $2.75, 341 d. at $2. 1,347 83 

Hanrahan, John: heading and pointing bolts, 7,496 lb. at l§c; sundries $12 124 44 

Sweet, K. & Co.: iron, 7,550 lb. at 2§c; rope, 129| lb. at 10c; sundries $30.54 232 24 

Small payments: casks, 37 at $1.10; spar poles, 900 I. ft. at l|c; ballast spars, 336 l.ft. at 4c; 

spruce, 96 1. ft. at 12c; truckage $22; sundries $22.61 123 77 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2 , 000 54 



Louis Head N.S.: Breakwater Extension and Repairs. 

Conductor, Reuben G. Abbott, May-Oct., 105-3 d. at $2.50; travel and outlay $4.65 267 90 

Sub conductor, Nelson Wagner, Aug.-Oct, 65-4 d. at $3 196 20 

Labourers, 329-9 d. at $2, 258 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 62-3 d. at $3, 17-1 d. at $2.50... 1,276 49 

Freeman, B., stone ballast, 133? tons at 40c 53 40 

Giffin, Philip: stone ballast, 493£ tons at 35c; freight on iron $2.50 175 22 

McClearn Company Ltd.: timber, 8,707 1. ft. at 12c, 6,059 1. ft. at 9c, 9,333 ft. at $20; kneea, 

10 at $1 .40 ' 1,790 81 

McMillan, William: iron, 1,006 lb. at 2-6c, 3,025 lb. at 2-5c, 4,050 lb. at 2-25c; 3 kegs spikes, 

$14; sundry, $74 .41 281 33 

Small payments: freight $22.04; making bolts, 990 lb. at He; sundry $24.19 58 61 

Total, carried to page V— 9 4, 099 96 



Mabou, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Foreman, Angus McPherson, June- July, 37 d. at $3; sub-foreman, Joseph Mclnnis, 23 d. at $2 157 00 

Timekeeper, Dan F. McDonald, 31 d. at $2; men with teams, 13 d. at $3.50, 19-25 d. at $2.50 155 62 

Labourers, 21 d. at $1.75, 139-5 d. at $1.50, 16-5 d. at $1.35, 7-5 d. at $1.25 277 63 

Stone, 246-66 cu. vds. at $3.25, paid as follows: Dan Beaton, $260; Archie Botherson $178.75; 

Angus D. Rankin $265.41; Angus F. Rankin $97.50 801 66 

Small payments: ballast, 1,030-75 cu. yd. at 50c; stone, 38-81 cu. yd. at $3; towing with 

gasoline boat $30; sundries $33.41 695 19 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2,087 10 

Margarctville,N.S.: Breakwater Extension and Repairs. 

Conductor, Arthur D. Gates, Aug.-Sept., 45 d. at $3 135 00 

Head carpenter, Harvey Casey, 50-53 d. at $2.50; carpenters, 51 d. at $2, 41-5 d. at $1.75. ... 300 95 

Labourers, 342 -47 d. at $1.70, 465 -75 d. at $1.60; men with teams, 29-5 d. at $2 1,386 50 

Coulstan, Isaac L., timber, 1,291 1. ft. at 6c 77 46 

Thome, W. H. & Co.: iron, 1,000 lb. at 2-lc, 3,210 lb. at 2c; sundry $6.29 91 49 

Small payments: freight $5 .45; sundry $3. 15 8 60 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2,000 00 

McNair's Cove, N.S.: Breakwater Wharf. 

Foreman, Malcolm McEachern, June-July, Jan., 1-845 m. at $80 147 69 

Labourers, 471-66 d. at $1.50, 21-5 d. at $1.40, 6 d. at $1.25; carpenters, 33-5 d. at $1.75; men 

with teams, 104 d. at $3, 8 d. at $2 1, 131 72 

McEachern, Eddie, brush, 75 loads at 25c; K. Sweet & Co., hardware $3.90 22 65 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1,302 06 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 V— 215 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Melford, N.S.: Wharf Construction. $ cts. 

Grant, Geo. Y.: contract for wharf complete $7,294, less drawback $1,824 5, 470 00 

Conductor, Charles Lourie, Oct., 6 d. at $3; labourers, 22 d. at $1.40; men with teams 17 d. 

at $2. 25 ; 87 05 

Miller, David J., purchase price of required land 75 00 

Ryan, Philip, inspector of work, 2-5 m. at $80 199 99 

Small payments: stone, 25 cu. yd. at 50c, 1 cu. yd. at 45c 12 95 

Legal services, J. A. Fulton, Guysborough, N.S 27 45 

Total, carried to page V— 9 5, 872 44 



Meteghan, N.S.: To Restore and Extend Wharf. 

Conductor, H. Mallette, June-Oct., 4-192 m. at $80 335 38 

Sub-conductor, Acy J. Robicheau, June-Oct., 102 d. at $2 204 00 

Carpenters, 27 d. at $1.75, 605-94 d. at $1.50; labourers, 946-18 d. at $1.50; blacksmiths, 77-5 

d. at $1.50; carters, 184-72 d. at $2.50 2,953 49 

Deveau, Desire L.: iron, 1,105 lb. at $2.40, 1,226 lb. at $2.30, 2,350 lb. at $2.20; 12 augers 

$14.80; sundries $19.31 140 52 

Dugas, Amy: iron, 3,000 1b. at $2.30; hardwood, 236 1. ft .at 7c; sundries $4 . 37 89 89 

Dugas, Mrs. Louis: iron, 819 lb. at $2.40, 2,489 lb. at $2.30, 1,002 lb. at $2.20; clinch rings, 

100 lb. at 15c; 1 ton coal $10; sundries $17.46 141 40 

Dugas, Oliver P.: hardwood, 10" top, 56 1. ft. at 7c; spruce wood, 10' top, 415 1. ft. at 9c, 5" 

top, 668 1. ft. at l|c 51 29 

Dugas, Peter P.: hardwood, 10" top, 134 1. ft. at 7c; sprucewood, 10* top, 562 1. ft. at 9c, 5' 

top 4,502 1. ft. at l|c 127 49 

Robicheau, Cesaire P., spruce wood, 689 1. ft. at 9c 62 01 

Robicheau, S. Z.: sawing lumber, 19,579 ft. at $2.50 per M; sundry $5.74 54 67 

Small payments: spruce wood, 10" top, 1,692 1. ft. at 9c, 5" top, 4,719 1. ft. at l|c; ' lumber, 

932 ft. at $15; sundry $6.75 243 78 

King's Printer $21 . 24; advertising $82 . 56 103 80 

Total, carried to page V— 9 4 , 507 72 



Mill Creek, N.S.: Wharf, Repairs and Improvements. 

Conductor, Wallace Porter, Aug.-Oct., 40 d. at $3 120 01 

Carpenters, 62-75 d. at $1.75; labourers, 64 d. at $1 .65 215 40 

Stone, 774 tons at 50c; spruce plank, 3,510 ft. at $15, 5,435 ft. at $14; timber, 124 1. ft. at 8c, 
169 1. ft. at 6c, 656 1. ft. at 5|c, 1,035 1. ft. at 4c; sand, 84 loads at 25c; brush, 7 loads at 
$1. Paid as follows: William Corkum $60.08; Stanley Fraser $105; N. J. Lyons $110; 
Owen Pinco $55; George Porter $95; John D. Turner, $76.09; 6 small payments $140.11 641 28 

Small payments: 419 lb. iron $13.40; 300 lb. spikes $8.25; sundry $2.43 24 08 



Total, carried to page V— 9 •. 1, 000 77 



Mochelle, N.S.: Wharf. 
Legal services, Fred W. Harris, Annapolis Royal, N.S 26 45 



Mushaboon, N.S.: Wharf. 

Foreman, Simon Boutilier, July, 18 d. at $2.50, outlay $16.12 61 12 

Men with teams, 8 d. at $5, 18-5 d. at $3; man with boat, 20 d. at $2; labourers, 167 d. at 

$1 .50, 25-5 d. at $1.25 417 88 

Sheet Harbour Lumber Co.: spruce logs, 4,830 ft. at $16; timber, 1,810 ft. at $22; deals, 1.0S5 

ft. at $13.50; 50 ft. plank 75c 132 49 

Simmonds, James Limited: dump bolts, 5,550 lb. at 3c; clinch rings, 48 lb. at 12c 172 26 

Small payments: towing logs $14; boating iron and plank $8 22 00 



Total, carried to page V— 9 805 75 



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. 4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Musquodob it Harbour, N.S.: Wharf. $ cts. 

Foreman, George Landells: Aig.-Dec, 76 d. at $2.50; horse hire $14.62; scow hire $29; logs, 

1,000 ft. at $9; ballast poles, 100 at 12c 25 i 62 

Labourers, 88-5 d. at $2, 150 d. at $1.75; men with teams, 48-5 d. at $3 58o 03 

Kennedy, W. J., purchase price of required land 5 00 

Maritime Lumber Co.: logs, 16,297 ft. at $10; dog chains, 15 at 50c 170 47 

Ritcy, Jas. A., timber and lumber, 557 ft. at $15, 20 ft. at $14, 13,458 ft. at $13, 7,227 ft. at $9. 218 61 

Stevens, Robert J.: dump bolts, 973 lb. at 4c, sundries $45.49 84 41 

Ussher, Wm, lumber, 5,341 ft. at $10 53 41 

Small payments: ballast poles, 320 at 10c; amatite, 7 rolls at $2.25; shingles, 1\ M at $1.35; 

sundries $46.52 ■ 104 40 

Legal services, S. F. Tobin, Halifax, N.S 22 62 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1, 528 57 



Necumteuch, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Conductor, Thomas Smith, July, 15^ d. at $2.50 38 75 

Carpenters, 7 d. at $2; labourers, 89 d. at $1.50; carter, 1 d., $2.50 : 150 00 

Necumteuch Lumber Co.: logs, 3,524 ft. at $11; lumber, 15,817 ft. at $14, 540 ft. at $13, 121 

ft. at $12 268 86 

Small payments: 525 lb. iron, $11.03; 1,025 ft. timbeY, $11.27; sundries $14.54 36 84 

Total, carried to page V — 9 494 45 



Neil's Harbour, N.S.: Repairs to Breakwater. 

Foreman, Thomas Day, Aug., Dec. -Jan., 50-5 d. at $3 151 50 

Carpenters, 24 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 73-25 d. at $2.50; labourers, 483-5 d. at $1.35, 

3 d. at $1.25 - 875 53 

MacLeod Bros.: 2,868 ft. spruce, $60.42; duck, 62 yd. at 25c, 58-5 yd. at 24c, 155-5 yd. at 

21c; sundries $46.34 168 95 

Thompson & Sutherland: cement, 161 brl. at $2 . 35; freight $62 440 35 

Small payments: motor boat hire, 8§ d. at $3 . 65; bolts 210 at $3; sundries $25 . 13 62 46 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1, 698 79 



New Haven, N.S.: Wharf Repairs, etc. 

Foreman, Thomas Payne, July-Oct., 59 d. at $3 177 00 

Carpenters, 28 d. at $1.50; labourers, 622-44 d. at $1.35; man with team, 1-25 d. at $2.50. ... 8 i5 42 

Gerroir, A. W., spruce and hemlock logs, 1,629 1. ft. at 12c 1j5 48 

MacLeod Bros.: logs, 231 1. ft. at 12c; hardwood, 705 1. ft. at 2§c.; covering, 1,000 ft. at $10; 

hardware, etc. $25.65 80 99 

Sturges, James: covering, 1,300 1. ft. at lc; timber, 80 1. ft. at 8c; sundries $5.50 24 90 

Thompson & Sutherland Ltd.: bolts, 1,360 lb. at 3|c; steel, 68 lb. at 10c; powder, 2 kegs at 

$4.25; sundries $5.45. 71 75 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1,435 54 



North River, N.S.: Wharf Improvements. 

Foreman, Neil J. McLeod, 50-4 d. at $3, travel and outlay $8.30 159 50 

Labourers, 103-2 d. at $1.50, 4 d. at $1.25; carters, 1 d. at $3.50, 9-1 d. at $2.50 186 05 

Carpenters, 83-9 d. at $2, 108-41 d. at $1.75, 28-5 d. at $1.60, 15-5 d. at $1.50 426 37 

McKay Bros., creosoted piles, 297-66 1. ft. at 55c : 163 72 

McLeod, Alex.: plank, 1,000 ft. at $14, 2,650 ft. at $11; sundry $16.06 59 21 

McLeod, Allan: fenders, 448 1. ft. at 8c; plank, 800 ft. at $14; sundry $12.52 59 56 

McLeod, D. D.: iron, 757 lb. at 3c; spikes, 527 lb. at 4|c; sundries $21.44 67 87 

McLeod, Neil: fenders, 840 1. ft. at 8c; 12 braces $28.16; 11 stringers $54.18; 5 caps $20.14; 

sundries $6.51 176 19 

Small payments: 6 stringers, 29'xl0"xl2", $39.44; 3 caps, 21'xl2"xl2", $12.09; 1,558 ft. covering 

$21.81; freight $25; hardware $12.10; sundry $10.50 120 94 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1,419 41 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 V— 217 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Ogilvic's Wharf, N.S.: Repairs. $ eta. 

Conductor, Mansfield Armstrong, Aug. 28-Oct. 5, 32 -4 d. at $3 97 20 

Head carpenter, De Forest Minniss, 32-4 d. at $2.50; carpenters, 61-5 d. at $1.75; labourers, 

82-2 d. at $1 .50 311 91 

Men with teams: W. Armstrong, 15 d. at $3; Boyd Swindell, 15-5 d. at $3 91 50 

Thome, W. H. & Co.: iron, 1,540 lb. at $2, 510 lb. at $2.10; 50 clinch rings $6.50; auger 60c... 48 61 

Logs, 1,098 1. ft. at 8c, 3,655 1. ft. at 6c, 708 1. ft. at 4c, 1,417 1. ft. at 3c; 3 knees, $12; ballast, 
278 tons at 20c; iron, 250 lb. at 2c Paid as follows: L. H. Armstrong $118.67; Richard 
Marshall $54.20; Thomas Parks $68.66; Grant Swindell, $77.64; 9 payments under $30 
each $131 .40 450 57 



Total, carried to page V— 9 999 79 



Petite Riviere, N.S.: Breakwater Repairs. 

Conductor, E. J. Wentzel, Aug.-Sept., 30 d. at $2.50 75 00 

Carpenters, 21-5 d. at $2.25, 16 d. at $2, 132-5 d. at $1.75, 52-5 d. at $1.65 398 83 

Labourers, 74 d. at $1.50; carter, 1 d., $2.50 113 50 

Eikle, Charles & Sons: logs, 6,621 ft. 1. at 9c; square timber, 8,500 ft. at $17; plank and 

scantling, 10,525 ft. at $15 jspikea, 10 kegs at $3.50; bolts, 5,000 lb. at 4c, 2,020 lb. at 4ic; 

washers, 180 1b. at 10c; sundries $29.73 1,266 84 

Eikle, Titus, stone, 1,354-25 tons at 40c 541 70 

Total, carried to page Y— 9 2, 395 87 



Phinney's Cove, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, Orthot D. White, June-Oct., 99 d. at $3 297 00 

Sub-conductor, Watson Bent, 92-75 d. at $2.25 208 67 

Carpenters, 82-5 d. at $2, 409-81 d. at $1.75; carters, 166-5 d. at $3, 26 d. at $2.75 1,453 17 

Labourers, 21 d. at $1.75, 31-74 d. at $1.50, 43-5 d. at $1.25, 28 d. at $1 166 72 

Mitchell, Norris: iron, 514 lb. at 2|c, 4,652 lb. at 2|c; bolts, 195 lb. at 7§c; spikes, 200 lb. at 5c; 

clinch rings, 75 lb. at 12c; sundry $31.76 182 91 

Small payments: cutting, pointing and heading iron, 2 tons at $15; sundries $4 34 00 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2,342 47 



Piper's Cove, N.S.: Breakwater Pier. 

Foreman, James N. McNeil: July, Sept.-Oct., 68-8 d. at $3; boat hire, 24 d. at 50c 218 40 

Carpenters, 162-9 d. at $2; labourers, 805-7 d. at $1.50 1,534 35 

Cameron, A. R.: logs, 1,700 1. ft., $127.50; rope, 199f lb. at 12|c; sundries $33.21 185 68 

Small payments: logs, 540 1. ft. at 7|c; rent of land for storing materials $10; sundries $4 54 50 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1,992 93 



Pleasant Bay, N.S.: Wharf. 

Conductor, John A. Mclsaac, June, Aug.-Nov., 62 d. at $3 186 00 

Carpenters, 50-25 d. at $2; men with teams, 21 d. at $2.50; labourers, 308-5 d. at $1.50 615 75 

Matheson, I. & Co.: wharf sheathing, 1,740 1. ft. at 3c; spikes, 135 at 5c; bolts, 36 at 10c 62 55 

Small payments: sheathing, 9,033 ft. at $17; lumber, 1,540 ft. at $18; logs, 253 1. ft. at 8c; 

poles, 1,078 1. ft. at 4c; bolts, 1,558 lb. at 2fc.; freight $13.56; sundry $17.34 318 37 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1, 182 67 



Porters Lake, N.S.: Boat Channel to Three Fathom Harbour. 

Conductors: W. A. Gaetz, 14-5 d. at $2.50; George Lloy, 2-5 d. at $2.50 42 50 

Labourers, 87-1 d. at $1.50; carters, 17-5 d. at $2.50 174 50 

Total, carried to page V— 9 217 00 



V— 218 ., PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Port Dufferin, N.S.: Wharf on West Side. S cts. 

Conductor, Hector Hartling, Sept.- Nov., 68 d. at $2.50; poles, 2,100 l.ft. at 2c; logs, 81 1. ft. 

at 7c, 124 1. ft, at 6c; sundries $19.62 244 74 

Labourers, 11 d. at $1.85, 290 d. at $1.75, 29-5 d. at $1.60; carpenters, 25 d. at $2; carters, 35-25 d. 

at $2.75, 22-5 d. at $2.50 778 31 

Simmonds, James: iron, 2,085 lb. at $2.25: sundries $22.16 69 07 

Sinclair, William: bolts pointed, 554 lb. at 3c; sundries $1.70 18 32 

Logs, 4,875 1. ft. at 7c, 12,897 1. ft. at 6c; poles, 14,410 1. ft. at 2c; stone, 516-75 tons at 40c, 
596-25 tons at 35c; sundries $8.93. Paid as follows: Parkhouse, Edward, $222.18; Currie, 
Hector $101.96; Hartling, Ansel $114.17, Curtis $123.51, Ervin $116.73, Joseph $129.44, 
Samuel $93.90, William $87.79; MacLeod, Alex., $77.10; Munroe, Henry $52.72; Self, 
Joseph $62.19; Whitman, C. W. $73.32, George $69.60, John T. $132.59; 16 small payments 
$370.39 1 , 827 59 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2,938 03 

Port Greville, N.S.: Wharf. 

Foreman, Leander E. Graham, June-Sept., 70 d. at $3 210 00 

Caroenters, 53-3 d. at $2.50, 4 d. at $2.25, 388-9 d. at $2; labourers, 9-3 d. at $1.90, 84-2 d. at 

S1.80, 67-8 d. at $1.50; man with team, 50-8 d. at $4 1,394 18 

DeWolf, Isaac W.: iron, 6,8321b. at 2-45c; making bolts, etc, 6,832 lb. at la; spikes, 6 kegs at 

$5.75; rings, 65 lb. at 17^c; sundries $2.80 284 36 

Stone, 1,156-75 tons at 60c; ballast poles, 11,710 1. ft. at 4c; timber, 330 1. ft. at 7c, 14,765 1. ft. 

at 8c 5,120 1. ft. at 10c; sundries $7.40. Paid as follows: John W. Canning $79.80; H. 

Elderkin $205.86; Everett Hatfield $60; Keer, Soley and Elderkin $1,093.20; Harvey 

Merriam $347; S. J. Soley $328.54; 7 payments under $50, each $171.72 2, 886 12 

Small payments: 6 peaveys $8.70; hardware, etc., $45.37 54 07 

Total carried, to page V— 9 4,828 73 

Port Lome, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, Joshua D. Brinton, Sept.-Nov., 48-92 d. at $3 146 75 

Carpenters, 198 d. at $2; men with teams, 3 d. at $3; labourers, 7 d. at $1.50 415 50 

Grant, William: timber, 807 1. ft. at 6c, 70 1. ft. at 5c 51 92 

Healy, Roland: timber, 738 1. ft. at 6c, 470 1. ft. at 5c; knee $2 69 78 

Small payments: timber, 2,730 1. ft. at 6c, 1,295 1. ft. at 5c, 145 1. ft. at 3c; dump bolts, 484 lb. 

at 4c; spikes, $54.60: sundry $9.29 316 15 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1,000 10 

Port Mou ton, N.S.: Re-covering Wharf. 

Foreman, S. P. Smith, June, 12-7 d. at $2.50; labourers, 81-7 d. at $1.50 151 30 

Bruhm, James, plank, 7,008 ft. at $14 98 10 

Leslie, I.; logs, 308 1. ft. at 6c; screw bolts, 60 at 16c; sundries $22.14 50 22 

Shankle, Charles: logs, 360 1. ft. at 8c, 201 1. ft. at 6c; sundries $3.06 43 92 

Total, carried to page V— 9 346 54 

Salmon River, N.S.: Harbour Protection Works. 

Foreman, Alfred G. Melanson, July-Aug., 28- 7 d. at $3 86 10 

Carpenters, 28-7 d. at $1.80, 121-2 d. at $1.50; labourers, 17 d. at $1.50; carters, 1-454 d. at $2.75, 

44-9 d. at $2.50 375 18 

Hall, B. A.: iron, 245 lb. at 3c; pointing iron, 2,200 lb. at 60c per cwt 20 55 

Leblanc, John F.: iron, 2,010 lb. at 2|c; 2 augers $2.50; 1 keg spikes $3.25 56 00 

Logs, 60 1. ft. at 9c, 3,626 1. ft. at 8c, 571 1. ft. at 7c, 942 1. ft. at 3c; ballast poles, 3,996 1. ft. at 

l|c; plank, 595 ft. at $14; boat service $150. Paid as follows: August M. Deveau $83.45; 

Chas. E. Melanson $69.88; 19 payments under $50 each $280.15 433 48 

Total, carried to page V— 9 971 31 

Sandy Cove, N.S.: Breakwater Repairs. 

Conductor, Robert Bishop, Aug.- Sept., 50? d. at $3 

Labourers, 112| d. at $2, 77f d. at $1.75 

Campbell, G. D. & Co.: iron, 1,316 lb. at 2§c; plank, 1,455 ft. at $15; sundries $27.51 

Sanford, Clarence R., spruce timber, 1,000 1. ft. at 7c 

Small payments: timber, 713 1. ft. at 8c, 28 1. ft. at 7c, 295 1. ft. at 5c; smithwork $27.65; 
boating ballast, 39 loads at 35c; truckage and freight $12.40 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



151 50 

361 08 
82 26 
70 00 

127 45 


792 29 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 V— 219 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Scott's Bay, N.S.: Breakwater. $ cts. 

Conductor, F. N. Rogers, June- Nov., 17-4 d. at $2.50, 54-65 d. at $3 207 45 

Carpenters, 55 d. at $2, 160 d. at $1.75, 16-65 d. at $1.70, 30-5 d. at $1.65, 4-5 d. at $4.60, 149 d. 

at $1.50 699 37 

Labourers, 91 d. at $1.50, 16-5 d. at $1.40, 22-25 d. at $1.35, 4 d. at $1, 7 d. at 75c 198 8? 

Carters, 27 d. at $3, 11 d. at $2.39, 6-25 d. at $2.35, 9-75 d. at $2.32, 125-21 d. at $2.25, 10 d. at 

$2.21,8-25 d. at $2.12, 29-25 d. at $2.10, 10 d. at $2.08, 17-5 d. at $2, 5-5 d. at $1.98, 18-25 d. 

at $1.95, 13-25 d. at $1.86, 18-5 d. at $1.85 688 47 

Hire of horses, 19-22 d. at 75c 14 42 

Eaton & Co.: iron, 8,016 lb. at 2| c; clinch rings, 76 lb. at 15c; spikes, 200 at 5c; sundry $6.05. . 207 81 

Huntley, L. A., timber, 1,597 1. ft. at 7c, 269 1. ft. at 5c 125 24 

Rogers, James M., timber, 1,000 1. ft. at 7c, 600 1. ft. at 5c 100 00 

Tupper, Albert, timber, 1,688 1. ft. at 7c, 398 1. ft. at 5c 138 06 

Small payments: timber, 2,940 1. ft. at 2c; stone, 36 tons at 50c, 52 tons at 40c; rope, 91 lb. at 

12c ; sundry $24.79 133 31 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2,513 00 

Seaforth, N.S.: Breakwater. 

King's Printer $29.86; advertising $214.87 244 73 



Seal Island, N.S.: Wharf. 

Conductor, M. Cunningham, Oct.-Nov., 56 d. at $3, travel and outlay $18.05 186 05 

Foreman, Job Nickerson, Oct.-Nov., 42-5 d. at $3 127 50 

Carpenters, 85-5 d. at $2.25; labourers, 305 d. at $1.75 728 15 

Cann, Hugh & Son: services of steamer 'Hugh D.\ freighting logs, Oct. 8-23, 12 d. at $35 420 00 

Kenney, Jas. A.: logs, 464 1. ft. at 10c, 3,746 1. ft. at 9c, 3,608 1. ft. at 4|c 545 90 

Nicoll, Frank I.: logs, 461 1. ft. at 10c, 3,746 1. ft. at 9c, 3,608 1. ft. at 4§c; boring and rafting 

logs, 125 at 12c 560 90 

Stairs, Wm., Son and Morrow: 1,540 lb. iron $34.65; sundries $16.96 51 61 

Small payments: 1,534 lb. iron $35.58; cutting and sharpening iron, 2,700 lb. at lc; hardware 

$16.13; hire of gasoline engine $10; sundries $27.01 115 72 

Tota , carried to page V — 9 

Sheet Harbour, East River, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Conductor, John Behie: Sept., 23 d. at $2.50; outlay, $3.71 

Labourers, 64-76 d. at $1.75, 32-75 d. at $1.50; hire of horses, 19-75 d. at $1.25 

Holman, Baker: 630 lb. iron cut and pointed, $18.90; sundries, $3 

Sheet Harbour Lumber Co. : lumber, 1,307 ft. at $18, 6,497 ft. at $15, 4,817 ft. at $14, 1,911 ft. at 

$13.50; sundry, $2.32 

Simmonds, James: paint, 20 gals, at $2.40, 2 gals, at $2; iron, 1,007 lb. at $2.15; spikes, 3 kegs 

at $2.70; sundry, $2.50 

Total, carried to page V — 9 

Shelburne Wharf, N.S.: To pay Contractors Ronnan and Stewart, balance due with 

interest at 5 per cent. 

Ronnan, F. A., & Daniel Stewart: contract complete, $24,790, extras, $200, total, 
$24,990, less, $7,380, paid in 1910-11, page V— 179 and less $13,590, paid in 1911-12, page V— 192 
$4,020. Interest on $4,020 from June 24, 1912 to Apr. 10, 1913 at 5%, $159.70 4 179 70 



2,733 83 


61 21 
187 15 
21 90 
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216 51 
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84 25 


571 02 



Smiley's Point, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, Reuben Stuart, Sept.-Nov., 70 d. at $2.50, outlay, $5.22 180 22 

Carpenters, 27-5 d. at $2; labourers, 320-71 d. at $1.75 616 25 

Simmonds, Jas. Ltd.: iron, 4,075 lb. at $2.20, 1,000 1b. at $2.25; screw bolts, 54 at 27c; 

sundry, $15.89 142 62 

Sinclair, William: bolts, 477 at 3c, 987 at 2§c; spikes, 435 at 4; sundry, $3.33 59 71 

Whitman, John T.: spikes, $4.85; sundrv, $1.54 6 39 

Ballast, 1,430 tons at 40c; logs, 4,267 lit. at 6c; lumber, 3,808 ft. at $25; spruce deal, 4,143 ft. 
at $16; sheathing, 3,500ft. at $18; plank, 3,987fft. at $15; poles, 2,800ft. at 2c; freight, $35.79. 
Paid as follows: Chisholm, Daniel, $66.28; Lewis, J. & Sons, $237.80; Self, Joseph, $100.80; 
Smiley, Charles P. $120.80, Clarence, $105.30, Hector, $192.76, Malcolm, $89.60; Whit- 
man, John W., $100.36; 9 small payments, $190.40 1,204 10 



Total, carried to page V — 9 2, 209 29 



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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Sober Island, N.S. $ cts. 

Conductor, Howard Verge, 25| d. at $2.50; labourers, 191-7 d. at $1.50 : 351 34 

Routledge, Robert: logs, 5,628 1. ft. at 6c.; timber plank, etc., 1,749 ft. at $19.50, 3,480 ft. at 

$14, 1,800 ft. at $10.; shingles, 8| M at $1.80; sundries, $18.21 472 01 

Small payments: cutting and pointing iron, 1,600 lb. at 2c; paint, 8 gals, at $2.20; sundries, 

$41.64 91 24 

Total, carried to page V — 9 914 59 



Spencer's Island, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Conductor, Dewis Spicer May-July, Oct. 28-Nov. 12, 61-25 d. at $2.50, outlay, $8.50 161 63 

Carpenters, 41 d. at $2.50, 42-25 d. at $2.25, 90-6 d. at $2; men with teams, 4-75 d. at $3.50, 

25 at $2.50; labourers, 25-8 d. at $1.50; boy, 7 d. at $1.25 - 505 40 

Spicer, Emsley, stone, 250 tons at 50c 125 00 

Spicer, Geo. D., plank, etc., 21,008 ft. at $15; timber, etc., 35,076 ft. at $11.50 718 48 

Spicer, John N.: iron, 1,590 lb. at $2.50; spikes, 6 kegs at $3.50; sundries, $19.17 79 92 

Small payments: smithwork, $7.50; sundries, $2.80 10 30 



Total, carried to page V— 9 1, 600 73 



St. Joseph Boat Harbour: Protected by Breakwater Pier. 

Reid, D. W. B., contract for construction of breakwater pier complete 10, 275 00 

Inspector of work, Germain J. Chiasson, 80 d. at $3 240 00 

Inspection of creosoted timber, H. E. Brownley, 4, 513 ft. at 60c. per C, 15,369 ft. at 50c. per M 34 76 

Foreman, Nectaire W. Aucoin, 16 d. at $3 48 00 

Labourers, 152-2 d. at $1.50, 6 d. at $1.25; men with single teams, 106-5 d. at $2.50 502 05 

Aucoin, Timothy, wire fencing, 100 rods at 50c 50 00 



Total, carried to page V— 9 11, 149 81 



Sterling Brook, N.S.: Wharf. 

Foreman, David Pratt: Oct.-Jan., 54 d. at $2.50, horse and waggon, 49 d. at $1.50 208 50 

Carpenters, 99-25 d. at $2; fasteners, 32-5 d. at $2; labourers, 27 d. at $2, 54-24 d. at $1.75; 

man with team, 25 d. at $3.50 499 92 

Crowe, E. B.: timber, 16,506 ft. at $14; deals, 11,200 ft, at $13; piles, 10,889 ft. at $12; pile 

driver timbers, $23; ballast logs, 853 1. ft. at 2c. ; boards, 800 ft. at $11 556 17 

Putman Bros.: iron, 465 lb. at $2.65, 2,060 lb. at $2.45; manilla rope, 224 lb. at 16c; blocks, 

1 at $15, 1 at $7.25; sundries, $23.15 144 03 

Small payments; moving pile driver and gear, $7; sundries, $3.70 10 70 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1, 419 32 

Stony Island, N.S.: Repairing Breakwater and Constructing Protection 

Works. 

Conductor, Thomas Ross: Sept.-Nov., 54 d. at $2.50, 75 ballast poles, $11.25 146 25 

Foreman, Warren Ross, Sept.-Nov., 47-5 d. at $3 142 H 

Labourers, 535 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 34 d. at $2; men with teams, 29-5 d. at $3 959 00 

Spinney, E. K.: iron, 2,012 lb. at $2.20, 2,000 lb. at $2.25; manilla rope, 72 lb. at 14k.; clinch 

rings, 100 lb. at 10c. ; sundry $33.01 142 71 

Trott, Alfred: logs, 50 at 80c; ballast poles, 100 at 15c 55 00 

Williams, John: dories, 3 at $14.50; false bottoms, 3 at $4.50 57 00 

Small payments: sundry towing, $135.54; cutting and sharpening bolts, 5,179 lbs. at lc; 

ballast poles, 259 at 15c, 50 at 25c; logs, 354 1. ft. at 7c; freight, $11.25; sundry, $45.10. . 319 81 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1,822 27 

Sydney Mines, N.S.: Wharf at Barrington Cove. 

Dobson, J. W. ($10,502.00)— 

Estimate, 7 on $29,900 contract, $28,900, extra work, $2,660, less drawback, $3,150 and less 

paid in 1911-12, page V— 194, $17,920 10, 490 00 

Plank, 200 ft., $4; spikes, $4; labour, 2 d., $4 12 00 

Inspector of work, Jeremiah Sullivan, May 13-Nov. 14, 158 d. at $3 474 00 

Brownley, H. E., inspector of creosoted timber, 4,365 ft, at 60c. per C 26 19 

Total, carried to page V— 9 11,002 19 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 221 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Sydney Harbour, N.S.: Protection Works for South Bar. $ cts. 

Legal services: W. J. Madden, Sydney, N.S., $412.80; G. A. R. Rowlings, Sydney N.S., $200. 612 80 



Sydney Harbour: Exchequer Court Award. 

Kendall, A. S., M.D.: award for land expropriated $11,000, less, $4,000 already paid (Page 
V— 194, 1911-12); interest at 5 p.c, Sept 5, 1911-June 28, 1912 on $7,000, interest on $4,000, 
19 days at 5 p.c; taxed costs, $200; less plaintiff costs on appeal, $374.39 7, 121 77 



Tancook Island, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf at North West Cove. 

Foreman, Alvin Stevens, May-July, 16-5 d. at $2.50; carpenters, 51-5 d. at $1.75 131 40 

Small payments: plank, 400 ft. at $14, 2,254 ft. at $12, 768 ft. at $10; logs, 2 at $1.75, 4 at $1.50, 

8 at 50c. ; boat hire, $10.50; spikes, $8.24; bolts, $4 76 57 



Total, carried to page V— 9 207 97 



Tatamagouche, N.S.: Renewal of Wharf. 

Conductor, J. D. Ross: June-Sept., 38-25 d. at $2.50; travel and outlay $14.85 

Labourers, 226-2 d. at $1.50; carters, 18-75 d. at $2.50 

Fraser, Gordon: iron, 1,300 lb. at 3|c; bolts, 500 at l|c 

McKay, John D., timber, 7,027 ft. at $11.50 

McNutt, Rufus, timber, 2,111 1. ft. at 8|c, 1,261 1. ft. at 6§c 

Total, carried to page V — 9 

Tenecape, N.S.: Breakwater Repairs. 

Conductor, James B. Brown: June- July, 17 d. at $2.50; outlay 52c 43 02 

Carpenters, 20-5 d. at $2; labourers, 76 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 10 d. at $3.75, 2 d. at $3.50, 

4 d. at $2.50; ploughing sand 1 d., $5; hire of horse and cart, 6 d. at $1 220 49 

Parker, James, plank, 6,508 ft. at $13; W. F. Stephens, plank, 9,530 ft. at $13 208 49 

Small payments: ship spikes, 3 kegs at $5.25; drag scraper $9.75; 2 spike pullers, $2.50 28 00 

Total, carried to page V— 9 500 00 



110 47 

386 17 

53 00 

80 81 

261 39 


891 84 



The Wharves: Breakwater: Lunenburg Co., N.S. 

Foreman, Elias Conrad: Sept.-Nov., 41-5 d. at $2.50; rent of land for right of way $10 113 75 

Carpenters, 40 d. at $2.25; labourers, 381-5 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 83 d. at $3, 6 d. at 

$2.50; man with boat, 3 d. at $2 932 27 

Eikle, Charles & Sons: plank, 15,600 ft. at $15; washers, 100 lb. at 10c; hardware $5.55; 

'phone message 35c 249 90 

Mann, William: iron, 3,870 lb. at 3c; cutting and sharpening iron, 3,870 lb. at l§c; sundry 

smithwork $10.85 185 00 

Timber, 4,232 1. ft. at 7c, 1,805 1. ft. at 3c; rocks, 324 tons at 40c; dynamite, 45 lb. at 30c 

Paid as follows: Conrad, Elias $62.99, Percy $52, Simon $56, Stanford $60; 14 payments 

under $50 each, $262.50 493 49 

Small payments: rent of land $15; 5 kegs spikes $16.55 31 55 

Total, carried to page V — 9 2,005 96 



Three Fathom Harbour, N.S.: Breakwater Renewals and Repairs. 

Foreman, Maynard Crowell: June-July, Sept.-Oct., 89 d. at $3, outlav $39 306 00 

Axemen, 91-25 d. at $2, 111 d. at $1.75; blacksmith, -5 d. at $2; labourers, 568-68 d. at $1.50; 

men with teams, 4 d. at $3; man with boat, 9-5 d. at $2.25; hire of boat, 16 d. at 75c 1,276 13 

Simmonds, James: iron, 1,005 lb. at $2.15, 1,340 lb. at $2.10; spikes, 5 kegs at $2.70; 120 1b. 

clinch rings $14.40; sundries $21.85 99 50 

Logs, 2,192 1. ft. at 7c; hemlock, 8,500 ft. at $13.50; stone, 100 tons at 15c, 150 tons at 23- 33c; 

postage 18c Paid as follows: Alvin S. Crowell $89.38; Geo. Davison $97.02; Maritime 

Lumber Co., Ltd., $114.75; E. Myatt $17.22 318 37 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2, 000 00 



V— 222 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Three Fathom Harbour, N.S.: Breakwater between Two Islands. $ cts. 

Ham, O., contract complete $7,848, less, $6,840, paid in 1911-12, page V— 194 1, 008 00 

Three Island Cove, N.S.: To pay W. J. Poupore in full and final settlement of claim 

for Dredging. 

Poupore, W. J.: dredging, 11,752 c. yd. at 74fc; less $2,938.80 paid in 1910-11, V— 274 5,845 82 

Toney River, N.S.: Extension of Piers. 

Foreman, George Cameron: June-Aug., Oct., 1-923 m. at $90; outlay $2.37 175 41 

Carpenters, 194-53 d. at $1.75; labourers, 56-5 d. at $1.40; carters, 8 d. at $2, 14 d. at $2.75; 

blacksmith, 25-5 d. at $1.75 518 65 

Carson, Jas. F.: iron, 8,308 lb. at $2.40; sundries $21.33 220 71 

Lumber, 13,200 ft. at $20, 12,627 ft. at $15, 902 1. ft. at 8c; stone, 310§ cu. yd. at 50c. Paid as 
follows: Wm. Fraser $273.44; Dan McDonald $180; Willard McKenzie $63.75; 7 small 

payments $163.66 680 85 

Small payments, sundry horse hire 7 50 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1, 603 12 

Tusket Wedge Wharf, N.S. 

Conductor, Leon M. LeBlanc, July, Sept.-Nov., 49-5 d. at $3 148 50 

Pile driver owner, J. K. J«hnston, Sept.-Oct., 9-5 d. at $10 95 00 

Pile driver captain, J. Purdy, 7-25 d. at $2.50; engineer, J. E. Pothier, 8-75 d. at $2 35 63 

Carpenters, 35 d. at $2, 7 d. at $1.75, 185-25 d. at $1.50; labourers, 134-51 d. at $1.25 528 26 

Carters, 36 d. at $3; blacksmiths, 33-5 d. at $1.75, 7 d. at $1.50 177 13 

LeBlanc, Henry A.: iron, 1,118 lb. at $2.50, 2,018 lb. at $2.45; spikes, 15 kegs at $4.75; bolts 

and nuts, 1,041 lb. at 5c.; 3,130 lb. coal, $10.18; sundry $14.26 225 18 

Raynard, J. M.: timber and plank, 5,186 ft. at $20, 2,631 ft. at $18; piling, 3,738 1. ft. at 8c. . 450 11 

Small payments: sundry towing 50 00 

Total , carried to page V— 9 1 , 709 81 

Victoria Pier, N.S.: Extension and Repairs. 

Conductor, Henry Mapnlebeck, June-Nov., 107- 5 d. at $3 322 50 

Carpenters, 42 d. at $2.50, 48 d. at $2.25; carters, 7 d. at $4, 6 d. at $3.50, 95-5 d. at $3; labourers, 

40 d. at $2, 231 d. at $1.75, 393-5 d. at $1.50 1,622 97 

Thome, W. H. & Co.: iron, 520 lb. at $2.20, 1,600 lb. at $2.10, 4,597 lb. at $2; bolt ends, 450 

lb. at 3|c; clinch rings, 107| lb. at 10c, 50 lb. at lie; sundries $19.20 189 29 

Timber, 1,524 l.ft.at 8c, 1,8301. ft. at 7c, 14,8681. ft. at 6c, ISO 1. ft. at 4c, 5,932 1. ft. at 3c, 
2,406 1. ft. at 2£c Paid as follows: Brown, William $219.15; Dempsey, N. L. §52.32, 
Norman $123.70; Finley, Henry $138.20; Horsnell, Edgar $86.36; Mapplebeck, Avit 
$249; Ogilvie, Albert $143.52; Parks, Thomas $77.47; Sturk, Wentworth $95.54; 6 
payments under $50 each, $204.15 1,387 41 

Small payments: handling and delivering ballast, 68 boat loads at 30c; freight $4.70; paint 

$6.25 31 35 



Total, carried to page V— 9 3, 553 52 

Wallace Wharf, N.S.: Repairs. 

North of Harbour, pay list: — 

Conductor, Jas. S. Mclver, May-Sept., 44 d. at $2.50 110 00 

Labourers, 120-5 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 40-5 d. at $2; men with teams, 45-5 d. at $3.50.. 420 98 

South of Harbour, pay list: — 

Conductor, Edwin Edgett, June-Sept., 73-5 d. at $2.50, team, 11-75 d. at $2 207 25 

Carpenters, 94-2 d. at $2; labourers, 129-54 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 14 d. at $4, 2-5 

d. at $2; piledriver, 2-5 d. at $2 448 72 

Charman, J. M.: spikes, 1,959 lb. at 4c, 9 kegs at $4; sundries $99.83 214 19 

Charman & Grant: spikes, 706 lb. at 3^c; iron, 342^ lb. at 3|c; paint, 14 gal. at $1.30; sundries 

go qj^ g2 93 

Macfarlane,' A.' D., timber, 2,040 1. ft. at 7c ......'. 142 80 

Mordy, Jas., piling, 720 1. ft. at 7c; Morrison, Geo., piling, 835 1. ft. at 7c 108 85 

Oxley, E. P., plank and railing, 12,580 ft. at $12.75 160 40 

Oxley, Herbert: lumber, 71,374 ft. at $12.75, 219 ft. at $10; railing, 2,076 ft. at $14.50 942 30 

Small payments: piling, 435 1. ft. at 7c; smithwork $22.82; ferrying plank, 60 loads at 25c; 

rent of pile driver, 7 d. at $2; sundry lumber $16.80 99 07 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2,917 49 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 223 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Wallace Harbour, N.S.: Dredging. $ cts. 

Test-borings: — 

Foreman, George McLeod: July-Aug., Jan -Feb., 84 d. at $3.50, travel and outlay $67.70 361 70 

Labourers, 262 d. at $2; gauge-keeper, 47 d. at $1.50 594 50 

Canadian Express Company, express charges 58 42 

Charman, J. M.: use of scow, 60 d. at $1; sundries $13.37 73 37 

Kirnan, Frank: use of gasoline launch, 52 d. at $2.25; use of tender, 52 d. at 50c; gasoline, 

138 gal. at 22§c; cylinder oil 5 gal. at 72c 177 65 

Travel and outlay of A. W. Gregory 194 21 

Total, carried to page V— 9 1, 459 85 



Watt Settlement Wharf. 

Conductor, Aaron Rood: May-Aug., Oct.-Dec, 109-5 d. at $2.50; outlay $15.57 289 32 

Carpenters, 241-25 d. at $2; carters, 58-5 d. at $2.50; labourers, 309-25 d. at $1.75, 86 d. at $1.60, 

117-25 d. at $1.50, 20-75 d. at $1.25 1,509 34 

Maritime Lumber Co. Ltd.: towing from Chezzetcook to Sheet Harbour, 5 d. at $25 125 00 

New Brunswick Wire Fence Co.: fence, 100 rods at 46-4c; sundries $13.32 59 72 

Rood, Aaron, purchase price of required land for roadway 25 00 

Simmonds, James Ltd.: iron, 3,544 lb. at $2.10; bolts, 164 thread $24.20, 64 at 18£c; washers, 

330 at 5c; paint, 5 gal. at $2.40; shingles, 12 M at $3; wire spikes $21.45; sundry $16.24. 212 49 

Lumber and timber, 10,465 ft. at $25, 13,380 ft. at $16, 19,067 ft. at $15, 1,900 ft. at $10, sundry 

$27; 45 logs, 1,448 1. ft. at 6c; ballast poles, 1,980 I. ft. at 3c; boat-hire, 25 d. at 25c Paid 

as follows: J. Lewis & Sons $677.39; Elbridge Lowe $76.20; Alvan Rood $40.69; W. E. 

Rood $55.90; Robert Rutledge $34.49; Sheet Harbour Lumber Co. $76 . . 960 67 

Small payments: 3 anchors $16.50; sundries $41.38 57 88 

Total, carried to page V— 9 3, 239 42 



West Advocate, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Bjgelow, J. E. & H., contract for construction of breakwater complete 16,400 00 

Inspector of work, Robert Dewis: May 28-31, 4 d. at $3, June- No v., 6 m . at $80 492 00 

Total, carried to page V— 9 16, 892 00 



West Arichat, N.S.: Breakwater Repairs. 

Foreman, Thomas D. Boudrot, June-Dec, 115-5 d. at $3, outlay $1.20 347 70 

Carpenters, 216 d. at $2, 86-76 d. at $1.75; man with team, 13 d. at $2; labourers, 197 d. at 

$1.25 856 10 

Fownes, C. A., deal, 23,000 ft. at $13.50 310 50 

Rogers, Arthur, freight on deal, 8, 000 ft. at $2.50 per M, 15, 000 ft. at $2 per M 50 00 

Spry, George: logs, 158 at $2, 4 at $1.70, 30 at $1.35; spikes, 12 kegs at $3.90; iron, 592 lb., 

$19.25 429 35 

Small payments: stone, 223 tons at 50c; sundries $33.80 145 30 

Total, carried to page V— 9 2, 138 95 



West Chezzetcook, N.S.: Breakwater Pier. 

Foreman, Wm. Lapierre, May, Aug.-Nov., 67-5 d. at $2.50 168 75 

Sub-conductor, Ephriam Mannette, Aug.-Oct., 57 d. at $2.25 128 25 

Engineer, C. A. Shortt, Sept., 21 d. at $3 63 00 

Labourers, 48 d. at $1.75, 172-75 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 64 d. at $2; pilot, -5 d. at $2; men with 

teams, 11-15 d. at $3 505 59 

Conrod, Peter, spruce plank, 10,000 ft. at $15 150 00 

Scotia Fisheries, Limited: services of S. S. Luxor towing scow, etc, detailed with Herring 

Cove Wharf (Page V— 212) 50 00 

Small payments: towage $33; smith work $20.72; wire spikes $12.60; timber, 2801. ft. 7c; rope, 

So lb. at 14c; freight $12.35; gasoline, 41 gal. at 23c, 10 gal. at 25c; sundry $34.02 157 66 



Total, carried to page V— 9 1 , 223 25 



V— 224 AUDITOR GEXERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 19f4 

West Chezzetcook, N.S.: Breakwater Repairs. $ cts. 

Foreman, Joseph Faucher, May-June, Oct., 47-58 d. at $2.50; labourers, 177 d. at $1.75, 

34-5 d. at $1.50 480 50 

Austin Bros.: iron, 2,025 1b. at 2c, 1,050 1b. at 2.05c; sundries $5.05 67 07 

Small payments: rock, 97 tons at 38c; cutting and sharpening iron $11.42; sundry $4.77 53 05 



Total, carried to page Y— 9 600 62 



Western Head, N.S.: Breakwater Repairs. 

Conductor, Angus L. Frelick: May-July, Nov., 51 d. at $3, outlay $26.45 179 45 

Labourers, 12-75 d. at $1.75, 358-75 d. at $1.50, 19 d. at $1.25, 3 d. at $1; blacksmiths, 36-75 

d. at $2; carters, 48-5 d. at $3; hire of gasoline boat, 1 d., $1.50 807 71 

Wright, Edgar J.: cement, 135 brl. at $2, 17 bags at 62- lc; 3,076 lb. iron, $78-14; drill steel, 176 

lb. at 9c; forge $15; sundries $44.50 434 04 

Small payments: lumber, 1, 000 ft. at $16, 1,592 ft. at $13; rope, 103£ lb. at 12c; sundries $22.70 71 81 



Total, carried to page V— 9. 1,493 01 

Western Shore, N.S.: Wharf. 

Conductor, Frank Fredea: Oct.-Nov., 1-232 m. at $80; rent of derrick, 19 d. at $1; outlay 40c. 117 96 
Men with teams, 12 d. at $3.50, 41 d. at $3, 11 -5 d. at $2.50; stone masons, 17 d. at $1.75; labour- 
ers and stonecutters, 280-16 d. at $1.50 

Vaughan, Arnold: logs and fenders, 5,088 1. ft. at 8c, 18,574 1. ft. at 7c, ballast poles, 500 at 55c 
Small payments: timber, 16 pieces at 50c, 14 at 30c; sundries $45.79 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



643 74 

1,982 22 

57 99 


2,801 91 



Weymouth Harbour, N.S.: Improvement. 

Halifax Dredging Co., detailed with Contract Dredging (page V— 338) 5,470 22 

Inspector of dredging: Ansel Gray, 18 d. at $3, overtime 16 h. at 35c, outlay $1.06. 60 66 

Advertising 91 51 

Total, carried to page V— 9 5, 622 39 



White Point Breakwater, N.S. 

Foreman, Robert West, Aug.-Sept., 25-25 d. at $2.50 63 12 

Labourers, 157-2 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 38-5 d. at $2.50 332 06 

Doggett, Robert: logs, 364 1. ft. at 8c, 284 1. ft. at 6c; sundries $14 60 16 

Small payments: hemlock, 3,058 ft. at $13.50; smithwork $31,28; iron, 519 lb. at 2|c; 

sundries $25.17 110 71 



Total, carried to page V— 9 566 05 



Whitewaters, N.S.: Wharf Repairs. 

Conductor, Moore Rogers: June-Oct., 56-99 d. at $3; plank, 2, 500 ft. at $15; saw $1.50 209 99 

Carpenters, 54 d. at $2, 87-78 d. at $1.75, 88-5 d. at $1.70; labourers, 24-5 d. at $1.65, 43 d. at 

$1.50; men with teams, 1 d. at $3.50, 14-5 d. at $3 563 99 

Turner, John, plank, 6, 000 ft, at $14 84 00 

Small payments: timber, 358 1. ft. at 7c, 254 1. ft. at 5c; iron, 1,080 lb. at $2.15; rock, 75 tons 

at 35c; bolts, 130 at 10c; spikes, 2 kegs at $2.75, 2 kegs at $2.55; sundries $28.20 139 03 

Total, carried to page V— 9 997 01 



Windsor Harbour, N.S.: Improvement. 

Voucher outstanding, P. 93,384, De Gaspe Beaubien 199 81 

Kings Printer $17.42; advertising $229.23 246 65 

Total, carried to page V— 10 446 46 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 225 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Wolfville, N.S.: Protection Works. $ cts. 

Conductor, Harold A. D'Almain: May, July-Sept., Nov., 2-237 m. at $80, 37 d. at $3, outlay 

$4.52 294 45 

Carpenters 76 d. at $2.50; labourers, 64 d. at $2, 252 d. at $1.75 759 00 

Schoficld, Ernest: teaming, 31 d. at $2; brush, 12 loads at $2; handwood piles, 5 at $3 101 00 

Brush, 210 loads at $2; stone, 610| tons at 60c; timber, 1,590 1. ft. at 8c, 90 1. ft. at 9c; logs, 
5 at $2, 11 at 70c, 31 at 50c; 2 hardwood stringers $15; piles 150 1. ft. at 12c; lumber 287,827 
ft. at $30; sundries $20. Paid as follows: Eric D'Almain $460; H. D. Johnson $68.81; J. 

D. Sherwood $49.40; R. W. Starr $371.10; 5 payments under $45, $83.15 1,032 46 

Small payments: hardware 50-93; iron, 730 lb. at $2.10; bolts, 414 lb. at 3§c; plank $14.88; 

sundry $3.25 98 88 

Total, carried to page V— 10 2, 285 79 



Woods Harbour, N.S.: Breakwater at Falls Point. 

Foreman, John Goreham: Aug.-Nov., 86 d. at $3; services of gasoline boat, 50-5 d. at $2 359 00 

Conductor, Frank E. McDonnell, 86 d. at $3 258 00 

Master workman, Joseph Dixon, 86 d. at $2.50; labourers, 385-5 d. at $1.50 793 25 

Brannen, W. W.: iron, 500 lb. at 2^c; making iron into bolts, 500 lb. at 3c, 4,100 lb. at ljc; 

sundry $6.31 85 06 

Goreham, C. A.: iron, 4,100 1b. at 2|c.; gasoline, 134 gal. at 25c; spikes, 3 kegs at $3.50; 

clinch rings, 140 lb. at 12c; 2 dories, $34; sundry $27.26 224 56 

Sutherland, Robert & Son, timber, 3, 246 ft. at $16 51 93 

Small payments: freight and wharfage on lumber $11.20; services of horse $12, of boat $5 28 20 

Total, carried to page V— 10 1, 800 00 



Yarmouth Harbour, N.S.: Improvements. 

Dominion Dredging Co., detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V— 338) 29, 552 74 

Inspectors of dredging: Calvin Morrell, Sept-Dec, 98 d. at $2.50, overtime, 352 h. at 30c; Wm. 

H. Rodgers, Sept.-Jan., 104 d. at $3, overtime, 343 h. at 35c, outlay 75c 783 40 

Conductor, John Little, May, Oct -Nov., 39-5 d. at $3 118 50 

Sub-conductor, Mandy Surette, 31 d. at $2.50; carpenter, 7-08 d. at $3 98 75 

Carpenters, 1 d. at $2; labourers, 171 d. at $1.60; men with teams, 32 d. at $3 371 60 

Parker-Eakins Co. Limited: plank, 3,445 ft. at $15, 2,420 ft. $20; sundries $48.85 148 93 

Winter, Samuel P.: ballast poles, 1,000 1. ft. at 3c; logs, 510 1. ft. at 6|c, 364 1. ft. at 7c 88 63 

Small payments: hardware $30.74; 620 lb. iron $13.33; logs, 535 1. ft. at 6c; ballast poles, 

300 1. ft. at 3c 85 17 

Test-borings: — 

Foreman, George McLeod, Apr.-June, 69 d. at $3.50 241 50 

Labourers, 163 d. at $2, 10 d. at $1.50 341 00 

Davy, H. M., travel and outlay 347 55 

Dominion Atlantic Railway Company: hire of scow, May 2- June 24, $50, of tender from 

May 2-June 8, $15 65 00 

Small payments: smithwork, $34.56; express charges $23.93; plank and timber 1, 125 ft. at 

$18; manilla rope, 147 lb. at life; sundries $33.16 129 17 

King's Printer $1.54; advertising $306.12 307 66 

Total, carried to page V— 10 „ 32, 679 60 



Harbours and Rivers Generally, Nova Scotia: Improvements, &c. 

Antigonish Harbour Survey ($1,471.24)— 

Cooks: Joseph Dunn, 1 m. $50; Chas. Murray, -733 m. at $40 79 33 

Boatman, J. J. McPherson, 37 d. at $2, 22 d. at $1.75; labourers, 76 d. at $1.75 245 50 

Archibald, W. S., hire of motor boat, 59 d. at $6 354 00 

Graham, David R., provisions $58.61; Haley, Edward, provisions $242.61 301 22 

Kirk, D. J. Woodworking and Contracting Co.: 522 ft. sheathing $10.70; 130ft. pipe $9.10; 

sundries $35.53 55 33 

Mcintosh, Chas., services of self and motor boat, 28 d. at $6 168 00 

McGillivray & MacDonald, groceries and provisions 61 56 

Whidden, C. B. & Son, sundry livery hire -. 96 00 

Small payments: storage of drill, 44 m. at 50c; groceries $25.04; sundries $63.26 110 30 

Amaquadees Pond ($300.04)- 

Foreman, R. H. McNeil, 8-9 d. at $3; labourers, 34-9 d. at $1.50, 67-6 d. at $1.40, 5-9 d. 

at $1.35, 22-7 d. at $1.25, 7-9 d. at 60c; teams, 22-8 d. at $2.50 271 78 

Spruce, 216 1. ft. at lc, 192 1. ft. at ljc, 184 1. ft. at 6c; sundry $12.18 . 28 26 

Carried forward 1,771 28 

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Harbours and Rivers Generally, Nova Scotia: Improvements, &c.— Con. $ cts. 

Brought forward 1,771 28 

Amherst Point Wharf ($503.37)— 

Foreman, S. B. Fullerton, 26 d. at $3; labourers, 67 d. at $2 212 00 

Christie, J. R. & G. H.: piles, 300 1. ft. at 12c, 405 1. ft. at lie.; ballast poles, 40 at 50c.; 

towing piles and poles, $20 120 55 

Strang, W. B.: men with teams, 16 d. at $4, 4 d. at $3, 1 d. at $2, 2 d. at $1 80 00 

Small payments: lumber, 1,660 ft. at $20; brush, 8 loads at $2.25; teaming, $9; hardware 

and smithwork, $30.62 90 82 

Avon River Bank ($2,028.94)— 

Conductor, E. E. Armstrong: 51 d. at $3.10; brush, 30 loads at $1.50 203 10 

River foreman, Lykle Sanford: 42 d. at $3.50; pickets, 3, 645 at 5c 329 25 

Labourers, 272 d. at $2 544 00 

Dimock & Armstrong, sundry hardware 22 09 

Brush, 619 loads at $1.50; pickets, $2. Paid as follows: John Akin, $64.50; Albert Arm- 
strong, $141; Benjamin Boyce, $81; F. E. Lynch, $99; G. D. Payzant, $57; Medford 
Taylor, $112.50; Isaac Woodman, $73.50; 11 payments under $50 each, $302 930 50 

Babin's Cove Wharf ($191.65) — 

Conductor, Albert Pushong, 18-2 d. at $3; labourers, $22.80; carpenter, $11.37; team, $7.50 96 27 

Lumber, 2,000 ft. at $20, 1,430 ft. at $18; stone, 40 tons at 30c; logs, 4 at $2.50; sundry, 

$7 . 64 95 38 

Baddeck Public Wharf and Breastwork ($417.22)— 

Foreman, P. B. McNeil, 32 d. at $3; labourers, $107.35; carpenters, $48; teams, $63 314 35 

Campbell, John E.: paint, 15 gal. at $2.25; sundries, $33.25 67 00 

Deal, 1,831 ft. at $15; labour, $8; spikes, 40c 35 87 

Bear Cove ($500.03)— 

Conductor, Arcade Boudreau, 27-8 d. at $2.50; labourers, $276.75; carters, $54.80 401 05 

Leblanc, Charles T.: dynamite, 100 lb. at 45c; electric fuses, 150 at 4Jc 51 38 

Blasting battery, $21; dynamite, 25 lb. at 45c; sundries, $15.35 47 60 

Big Island, Merigomish ($249.94)— 

Foreman, Alexander McGlashen, -702 m. at $80, outlay, $3.63; carpenters, $68.25; carters, 

$13.50 141 53 

Rood & McGregor, 6,226 ft. at $16; Thompson & Sutherland, spikes and iron, $8.80 108 41 

Black Hole Harbour: foreman, 8 d. at $3; teams, etc., $12; dynamite, fuse, etc., $13.75 49 75 

Black Point Breakwater ($508.43)— 

Foreman, Alexander McKay, 19-5 d. at $3; labourers, $101.50; men with teams, $87; 

men with boats $10 257 00 

Stewart, D. Y. & Son, delivering cement, 264 bags at 24c 63 36 

Thompson & Sutherland, Ltd., cement, 66 brl. at $2.38 157 08 

Hardware, $11.70; brush, 22 loads at 50c; sundries, $8.29 30 99 

Broad Cove Wharf: foreman, $9.75; labourers, $3.75; ballast, $10; sundries, $9.99 33 49 

Brooklyn Breakwater: Norman C. Ralston, labour, $157.91; freight, $50; livery, $28; rope/ 

$18; sundry outlay, $8.07 .• 261 98 

Canada Creek ($169.35) — 

Conductor, Eben Bryden, 13 d. at $3; carpenters, $33.24; labourers, $24 96 24 

Bryden, Rupert, logs, 122 1. ft. at 7c, 280 1. ft. at 6c, 948 1. ft. at 4c 63 26 

Spikes, $2.75; sundries, $7.10 9 85 

Canso Harbour: foreman, $15; labour etc., $14; cement, $18.80; sundry, $2.20 50 00 

Cape Auget: purchase price of required land, Maria S. Rhindress, $100, J. Hureau, $50; stone 

taken from Maria S. Rhindress' property, $9.40 159 40 

Chegoggin North Breakwater ($984.05)— 

Conductor, Isaac Foote, 30 d. at $3; labourers, $474.75; carpenters, $14; ox teams, $152.25 731 00 

Churchill, George W.: logs, 1,940 1. ft. at 8c; poles, 1,575 1. ft. at 3c 202 45 

Use of scrapers, $15; iron, 740 lb. at 2-35c; sundries, $18.21 50 60 

Church Point ($369.34)— 

Foreman, Denis B. Thibodeau, 28 d. at $3; labourers, $188.61; oxen hire, $17.50 290 11 

Timber, 148f 1. ft. at 12c, 272 1. ft. at 7c, 270 1. ft. at 6c; iron, 500 lb. at $2.20; sundries, 

$15.12 79 23 

East Bay: foreman, John D. McEachern, 6 d. at $3; carters, $60.75; labourer, $1.25 80 00 

East Jeddore Wharf ($317.92)— 

Foreman, Nelson Webber, $11.87; carpenters, $29.30; labourers, $28.50 69 67 

Webber, Arthur: plank and timber, 16,250 ft. at $14; spikes, 5 kegs at $2.90; sundry, $6.25 248 25 

Eastern Passage ($193.45)— 

Conductor, George Morash, 20-5 d. at $2.50; labourers, 39-95 d. at $1.75 121 16 

Plank, $47.92; sundries, $24.37 72 29 

East River Survey ($255.53)— 

Brown, G. M.: travelling expenses, $68.20; outlay, $20.75 88 95 

Christie, John, hire of boat, 4 d. at $8.50; James, Charles, hire of boat, 5 d. at $6 64 00 

McGillivray, Andrew: paid for labour, $97, sundry outlay, $5.58 102 58 

Englishtown Wharf: Angus McRitchie, labour, $3, outlay, $5.81 8 81 

Feltzen South Wharf ($466.55)— 

Conductor, Jos. E. Young, $55; foreman, D. Kaulback, $30; carpenters, $52; mechanics, 

$20.25; labourers, $11 168 25 

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Harbours and Rivers Generally, Nova Scotia: Improvements, &c.— Con. $ cts. 

Brought forward 9, 272 18 

Feltzen South Wharf — Concluded. 

Mosher, Alfred: logs, 50 at $4; delivering to wharf, $15 215 00 

Blacksmith work, $25.80; hire of pile driver, 9 d. at $2; sundries, $39.50 83 30 

Fourchu Wharf: McLean, D. E., purchase price of land required for wharf 1,200 00 

Gabarus Harbour: labourers, $18 .40; piling ground rent, $5— 23 40 

Glace Bay Breakwater ($647.16)— 

Foreman, John A. McLean, 63 d. at $3; labourers, $116.12; teams, $220; carpenters, $84.. 609 12 

Brush, 250 loads at 10c; sundries, $13.04 38 04 

Grand Narrows Wharf ($229.25)— 

Foreman, Hector D. McNeil, 15 d. at $3; carpenters, 48-5 d. at $1.50 117 75 

Mooreshed, Daniel, wharf plank, 4,800 ft. at $15 72 00 

Piles, 10 at $2; hauling with boat, $12.75; sundries, $6.75 39 50 

Kelly's Cove Breakwater ($348.64)— 

Conductor, S. H. Hilton, 14-5 d. at $3; carpenters, $41; labourers, $90; teams, $36.50 211 00 

Hilton,- Joseph: spruce logs, 476 1. ft. at 7c, 871 1. ft. at 6|c 89 93 

Hardware, $27.65; sundries, $20.06 47 71 

Kingsport Wharf ($386.95)— 

Foreman, Wm. West, 4 d. at $3, outlay, $33.60; carpenters, $78; carters, $8; helpers, $35.25 166 85 

Eaton & Co., hemlock plank, 13, 756 ft. at $16 220 10 

La Have River, Elias Tupper, rent of scow, 20 d. at $2 40 00 

L'Ardoise Breakwater ($387.44)— 

Stewart, D. Y. & Son, delivering cement, 464 bags at 24c Ill 36 

Thompson & Sutherland, Ltd., cement, 116 brl. at $2.38 276 08 

Leitches Creek Wharf ($849.85)— 

Foreman, Donald McCormack, 34 d. at $3, outlay, $5.20 107 20 

Men with teams, $188.76; labourers, $95.76; carpenters, $88.50; sundry, $13.69 386 71 

Logs, 1,078 1. ft. at 8c, 1,012 1. ft. at 7c; stone, 31 cu. yd. at 90c, 18J cu. yd. at 70c, 101 
cu. yd. at 25c; wire, 28 rods at 35c; earth filling, 205 cu. yd. at 12c; bolts, 690 lb. 

at 3fc; labour, $40.50; sundries, $32.16 355 94 

Little Narrows, South Side ($100.04)— 

Foreman, 2 d. at $3; carpenters, $15.75; spikes, $5 26 75 

McLeod, Malcolm J., plank, 4,072 ft. at $18 73 29 

Little River, Warehouse on Wharf ($299.10)— 

Conductor, B. McDormand, 27 d. at $3; carpenters, $48. 13. : 129 13 

Comeau, Pius: timber, 1, 193 ft. at $17; boards, 2,397 ft. at $13; sheathing, 700 ft. at $20; 

sundries, $32.62 98 06 

Small payments: shingles, 16 M at $2.35; sundries, $34.31 71 91 

Little River Breakwater: conductor, Jos. T. Trask, 16 d. at $2.50, outlay, $6.74; dynamiter, 

$21.50; labourers, $16.47 84 71 

Lower L'Ardoise Breakwater ($412.50) — 

Foremen at $3 per d.: P. Martell, $55.95; A. G. Sampson, $1.80 57 75 

Labourers, $283; men with teams, $56.50 339 50 

Rent of storing place, $10.56; sundries, $4.69 15 25 

Lunenburg Test-borings ($614.39)— 

Foreman, Geo. McLeod, 24 d. at $3.50, board, $35.45; labourers, 88 d. at $2 295 45 

Canadian Express Company, express, $25.50; Thorne, W. H. & Co., hardware, $14.83 40 33 

Mack, E. C, use of gasoline boat, 27 d. at $3; Pelig, A., use of row boat, 23 d. at 50c 92 50 

Smith.W. C. & Co., Ltd.: spar for float, $40; lumber and scantling, 1, 202 ft. at $20; manilla 

rope, 154£ lb. at 19c; sundries, $21 .78 115 17 

Union Foundry & Machine Works, foundry-work 40 50 

Travel and outlay of A. W. Gregory "... 30 44 

Mabou Harbour ($199.61) — 

Foreman, Angus F. Rankin, $33; labourers, $72.70; men with teams, $42.60 148 30 

Spruce, 10 sticks at 60c, 107 at 25c, 50 at 7c; sundries, $15.06 51 31 

Maitland ($699.45)— 

Conductor, George Tucker, 13-5 d. at $2.50; carpenters, $25 58 75 

Carr, John: poles, 5, 000 1. ft. at lc; piles, 1,000 1. ft. at 3c 80 00 

Crowef E. B., hemlock plank, 22,000 ft. at $14.50 319 00 

Steel, Charles, purchase price of required property 200 00 

Spikes, 10 kegs at $3; buying timber, $11.25; sundry, 45c 41 70 

Margaree Island, Wharf ($435.11) — 

Foreman, Alexander Mclsaac, 24-25 d. at $3; labourers, $136.03; hire of team and motor 

boat, $16.37 225 15 

Bolts, 400 lb. at 4c; timber, 530 1. ft. at lie, 320 1. ft. at 6c; lumber, 3,460 ft. at $16; stone 

ballast, 52 cu. yd. at 50c; boat hire, 16| d. at 50c; sundries, $26.74 209 96 

Melford : David Miller, rail fencing, 18 rods at 33c 5 94 

Merigomish Harbour Wharf ($387.63)— 

Foreman, John W. Dunn, 1-346 m. at $80; men with teams, $77.50; labourers, $37.80; 

mechanics, $54.25 277 22 

Rood & McGregor, hemlock, 4. 683 ft. at $17 79 61 

Thompson and Sutherland: 776 lb. iron, $16.30; spikes, $11.55; sundries, $2.95 30 80 

Carried forward 16, 921 65 

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Harbours and Rivers Generally, Nova Scotia: Improvements, &c.— Con. $ cts. 

Brought forward 16,921 65 

Meteghan River ($2,597.33)— 

Foreman, Edward J. Comeau, 2-744 m. at $80; carpenters, $256.87; labourers, $667.52; 

carters, $168.74 1,312 64 

Woodworth, Thos. O.: bolts, 1, 140 lb. at 3|c, 4,956 lb. at 4c; sundries, $67.49 305 62 

Timber, etc., 16 1. ft. at 12c, 82 1. ft. at lie, 4,230 1. ft. at 9c, 2,906 1. ft. at 7c, 795 1. ft. 
at 5c, 5,767 1. ft. at He.; flooring, 10,031 ft. at $16, 729 ft. at $20; plank, 2,358 ft. at 
$18; sawing, 5,771 ft. at $2.50. Paid as follows: Comeau, J. G., $61.12; Deneau, E. P., 
$104.45, F. P., $82.04, Jos. P., $52.47; Robichaud, E. J., $175.75; Saulnier, Edmond 
M., $147.72, Martin, $189.56; 4 small payments, $140.09 953 20 

Morden ($300)— 

Hardware $14.87; carting pile driver $11 25 87 

Conductor, Charles Dorey, 13-32 d. at $3; labourers $94.05; carter $7.50 141 52 

Cassidy, James: timber, 355 1. ft. at 8c, 356 1. ft. at 6c, 220 1. ft. at 2|c 55 26 

Timber, 240 1. ft. at 8c, 670 1. ft. at 6c, 7801. ft. at2|c; iron, 8241b. at 2|c; sundry $1.66 103 22 

Mulgrave Wharf ($1,267.69)— 

Hagerty, S. W.: contract complete $3,000, extra work $100; less $1,940, paid in 1911-12 

(page V— 188) 1, 160 00 

Inspector of work, William Purcell, 1-346 m. at $80 107 69 

Newelton Wharf ($619.43)— 

Conductor, Stillman Newell, 27 d. at $2.50; foreman, I. A. Smith, 18 d. at $3; labourers, 

92 d. at $1 . 50 259 50 

Nicoll, F. G.: logs, 783 1. ft. at 10c; plank, 7, 101 ft, at $16 191 92 

Logs, 550 1. ft, at 8c; bolts, 766 lb. at 4c; freight $28; 150 ft. of piling and towing same $12; 

transferring pile driver $10; use of boat, 5 d. at $2; sundry $33.37 168 01 

Newport Landing: conductor $15; carpenter $10; lumber $30 . 50; sundry $6 . 37 61 87 

Orangedale: McNeil, John D., purchase price of required land 75 00 

Peggy's Cove ($400)— 

Foreman, Wesley Crooks, 12-4 d. at $2.50, outlay $12.36 43 36 

Labourers $294.75; teams $26.25; 24 drills $7.20; sundries $28.44 356 64 

Pickett's Pier ($150.36)— ; 

Conductor, F. A. Eaton $19.50; labourers, etc, $24.25; stone $16.25; plank, 1,832 ft. at 

$15; 2cwt. spikes, $5.50 92 98 

Supply Co., Ltd.: plank, 3,825 ft. at $15 57 38 

Port Hood Wharf ($505.51)— 

Conductor, Alex. McDonnell, 32 d. at $3, outlay $9.36 105 36 

* Labourers $214.49; men with teams $79.80 :. . 294 29 

McDougall, R.: rope, 142 lb. at 16c; iron, 634 lb. at 3c; sundries $14.86 56 60 

Ballast, 50| cu. yd. at 50c ; blacksmith work $13 . 15; sundries $11 49 26 

Port Joli Wharf ($551.33) — 

Conductor, Robt. J. McDonald, $28.12, outlay $13.10; labourers $139.46 180 68 

MacKay, Thomas, logs, 40 1. ft. at 6c, 1, 111 1. ft. at 8c 91 28 

McClearn Company, Ltd., plank, 9,212 ft, at $16 147 39 

McDonald, Charles W., logs, 468 1. ft. at 6c, 356 1. ft. at 8c 56 56 

Logs, 432 1. ft. at 6c; freight $30; 5 kegs spikes $14; sundries $5.50 ■ 75 42 

Port Wade Pier ($226.76)— 

Conductor, David Hayden, 10-6 d. at $2.50; carpenter $21.20; labourers $36 83 70 

Morrison, J. F., Jr.: lumber, 5,438 ft. at $15, 2,562 ft. at $16 122 56 

Bolts $20.50, paid as follow^: N. A. Cummings $10.24; Arthur Eaton $10.26 20 50 

River Hebert ($455. 44)— 

Conductor, Samuel McClary, 21 d. at $3, outlay $8; sub-conductor, T. Landells, 9| d. 

at $2. 50 94 75 

Labourers $53 . 62; hauling material with teams $84 137 62 

Kelley, Howard, lumber, 9, 926 ft. at $13, 627 ft. at $20, 141 57 

Kelley Bros., pine logs, 60 at $1 • 60 00 

Lumber, 1,200 ft. at $12.50; spikes, 162| lb. at 4c 21 50 

Round Hill Wharf ($139.33)— 

Echlin, A. J., purchase price of required property 100 00 

Foreman, H. B. Whitman, $12; labour $10.50; timber and lumber $15.83; bolts $1. . . . 39 33 

Sanford Breakwater ($393.83)— 

Conductor, Jacob H. Foot, 9 d. at $3; labourers and carters $209.49; carpenters $15.33 251 82 

Churchill, George W.: logs, 866 1. ft. at 8c; ballast poles, 900 1. ft. at 2|c 91 78 

Iron $19.97; timber $14.56; sundries $15.70 50 23 

Sandy Cove, Approach to Breakwater ($555.51) — 

Conductor, Robert Bishop, 24 d. at $3; labourers $175.33; men with teams $94.50 341 83 

Dakin, D. G.: cement, 78 brl. at $2.25; freight on cement, 78 brl. at 25c; sundries $3.28 198 28 

Boards, 1,500 ft. $13; sundries $2.40 15 40 

Skinner's Cove Breakwater ($398.40) — 

Foreman, Geo. Cameron, 1-269 m. at $90; carpenters $76.15; labourers $21 211 38 

McKenzie, James W.: stone, 56 cu. yd. at 50c; brush, 48 cords at 50c 52 00 

Stone, 83 cu. yd. at 50c; brush, 48 cords at 50c; lumber, 746 ft, at $15, 1,680 ft. at $20; 

bolts, 425 1b. at4tc; sundries $5 . 60 135 02 

Carried forward 25, 619 44 



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Brought forward 25, 619 44 

Sheet Harbour Passage (S199.37) — 

Foreman, James V. Kenny, 14-5 d. at $2.50; labourers $39; carpenter $12; teams $33.88. . 121 13 

Timber $32.84; stone $15; plank $7; sundries $23.40 78 24 

Shelburne Wharf: inspector of wharf, Augustus Swansberg, Apr.-May, 2 m. at $80, June 17 d. 

at $3 2 1 1 00 

Sonora Survey: R. D. Burns & Sons, labour $36.88, cotton and tacks $1.38 38 26 

South Cove Wharf ($313.31) — 

Foreman, Arch. McKenzie, 16 d. at $3; carpenters $128.08; team $1 .50 177 58 

Ballast, 90 cu. yd. at 70c. ; timber, 35 • 7 1. ft. at 3c, 833 ft. at $14; plank, 1 , 500 ft. at $17; bolts, 

4261b. at4fc; sundries $6.75 135 73 

South Lake, Lake vale: foreman, J. A. McDonald, $26.66; labourers $34.10; men with teams 

$27.75; man with boat $7.50 96 01 

Tiverton Breakwater ($496.75)— 

Conductor, Newman Small, 32 d. at $3; carpenters $102.50; labourers $23.63 222 13 

Robichaud, Simon: lumber, 7,911 ft. at $18, sundry $27.63; logs, 129 1. ft. at 20c, 22 1. ft. 

at 18c; cartage 80c 200 54 

Hardware and paint $29.69; freight $24.73; sundries $19.66 74 08 

Westport, building steps, etc.: conductor, Wm. Howard, 22 d. at $3; labourers, 40| d. at $2; 

spikes $14.24; bolts, etc., $5. 10 166 34 

Westport Pier ($301.54)— 

Leblanc, E. T.: spruce, 11,412 ft. at $20; wharfage $1.14 229 38 

Bolts, washers, etc., 580 lb. at 4|c, 36 lb. at 4fc; spikes, 400 lb. at 3c, 400 lb. at 2§c; 

freight $23.80 72 16 

West Pubnico Wharf ($399.74)— 

Foreman, Jerry S. D'Entremont, 13 d. at $3; carpenters $29.60; labourers $107.25 175 85 

D'Entremont, David: plank, 3,936 ft. at $19; stringers, 2,022 ft. at $19; 10 sticks, 27ft. 

long, $19.50; less blocks, etc., $4.50 128 18 

Timber and covering, 2,384 ft. at $20; hauling lumber, 8| d. at $2.10; sundries, $30.18 95 71 

Windsor Sheer Dam ($382.62)— 

Foreman, Wm. R. Smith, 17 d. at $3, outlay $3.38; labourer $63; hire of boat $5 . 50 122 88 

Webber, A. A. & Son, plate, 2,815 lb. at 7c 197 05 

Spruce, 2,672 ft. at $16; hardware $14.69; freight and cartage $5. 25 62 69 

Yarmouth Survey: foreman, P. Keane, 22 d. at $3.50; labourers, 88 d. at $2; watchman, 

26 d. at $1 . 75 298 50 

Young's Landing ($677.57)— 

Conductor, C. A. Strum, 18-75 d. at $3; labourers $53.76; carpenters $82.68 192 69 

Strum, W. H. L.: logs, 2,604 1. ft. at 8c; poles, 630 1. ft. at 3c; plank, 7,788 ft. at $16; 
guard rail, 1,721 ft. at $20; iron, 1,075 lb. at 2£c; ballast, 106 tons at 40c; spikes, 

5 kegs at $3; sundries $14.35 484 88 

Generally — 

Eddy, E. B. Co., Ltd., manilla paper, 421b 1 57 

Maguire, W. J.: carbolineum avenarius, 668 gal. at $1; freight $30.81 698 81 

Maritime Telegraph & Telephone Co.: exchange service $7.59, messages $31 .82 39 41 

King's Printer $144.97; Stationery Office $1,749.38 1,894 35 

Legal services: Thos. Gillant, Port Hood, $34.30; J. A. Gillies, Sydney, $260.60; John A. 
McDonald, North Sydney, $43.20; McKenzie & McMillan, North Sydney 

$10; H. Ruggles, Bridgetown, $49.71 397 81 

Antigonish Office ($2,503.68)— 

Bernasconi, Adolph: labourers, $204.25; boat hire $38.50; rent of tents $28; hauling 
water $24; rent of boathouse $16; rent of oil stoves $15; sundry travel and outlay 

$450.20 775 95 

MacDonald, D. Harold: labour $61; surveying-outfit case $15; sundry travel and outlay 

$1 18 . 90 1 94 90 

MacDonald, J. C, travelling expenses 10 55 

MacGillivray, Andrew: labourers, $275.25; boat hire $75.50; poles and posts $38.80; 
photographic supplies $15.30; travelling expenses of crown land surveyor $11; sundry 

travel and outlay $470.23 886 08 

Millidge, E..G.: exchange service, Apr.-June, Aug.-Nov., Jan.-Feb., 9 m. at $2.42; tele- 
graph and 'phone messages $77.87; labour $44.13; postage $14.25; sundry travel 

and outlay $451 .22 .- 609 25 

Sears, Joseph, travelling expenses 26 95 

Halifax Office ($4,993.72)— 

Dodwell, C. E. W.: telephone rental, telegraph and 'phone messages, $294.88; postage 

$34.50; stationery $22.55; sundry travel and outlay $1,306.26 1,658 19 

Freeman, J. R.: labour $174.25; 'phone messages $24.50; sundry travel and outlay 

$1,240.03 1,438 78 

Morrison, W. P.: Halifax to Ottawa and return $33.30; sundry travel and outlay $149. . 182 30 

Noonan, W. H. , sundry travel and outlay 142 80 

Putnam, H. N.: labour $11.25; sundry travel and outlay $295.05 306 30 

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Harbours and Rivers Generally, Nova Scotia: Improvements, &c.— Con. $ cts. 

Brought forward 38.464 45 

Halifax Office — Concluded. 

Russell, H. A.: exchange service, telegraph and 'phone messages $46.40; postage $31; 

sundry travel and outlay $396.05 473 45 

Schenk, T. M.: labourers, $100.50; boat hire $10; sundry travel and outlay $671.40 781 90 

Z wicker, F. G., 400 day clock 10 00 

North Sydney Office ($2,859.60)— 

Bernasconi, T. A.: exchange service, 12 m. at $5.25; telegraph and 'phone messages 
$117.31; postage $20.90; care of office $91.25; repairs to typewriter $11.25; sundry 

travel and outlay $675.36 979 07 

Bernasconi, H. Perley : travel and outlay 10 35 

Cooper, R. H.: labourers $66.75; sundry travel and outlay $399.30 466 05 

Cunningham, Leonard: labourers $90.75; boat hire, $18; sundry travel and outlay, 

$388.21 496 96 

McKean, Melville: labour $82.75; sundry travel and outlay $419.37 502 12 

MacNeil, H.: labour $55.45; boat hire $24; sundry travel and outlay $185. 15 264 60 

MacPhie, Ernest, sundry travel and outlay 27 95 

McCallum, W. M.: 3-A Kodak, $65; tripod and carrying case, $7.50 72 50 

Thompson, A. Chas.: wash basin, set up, $38; curtain and rod and towel rack $2 40 00 

Shelburne Office ($1,197.09)— 

Locke, Thomas J.: exchange service, Feb., 1912-Mar., 1913, 14 m. at $2.42; telegraph 

and telephone messages $162.35; postage $19; sundry travel and outlay $631.88 847 11 

Ralston, Norman C: labour $105.14; freight and express $33.30; sundry travel and outlay 

$192.79 331 23 

Remington and Smith Premier typewriters: rent of typewriter, 6 m. at $3; express 75c. 18 75 
Detailed elsewhere — . . 

Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 422) 4,687 97 

Dredging Maritime Provinces (Page V— 328) 388 43 

Total 48,862 89 

Less — charged to Surveys and Inspections (Page V — 424) 13, 365 41 



Total, carried to page V— 10 35, 497 48 

Bay View, Piers Repairs: P.E.I. 

Conductor, Arthur^Simpson: Aug.-Sept., 18 d. at $2.50 45 00 

Carpenters, 10 d. at $1.75; labourers, 48-5 d. at $1.50; carters, 24 d. at $2. 50 150 25 

Parsons, John, hemlock timber, 20 pieces 22 ft. long at $3 each 60 00 

Weir & Fyfe: hemlock, 3,700 ft. at $16; 285 lb. round iron, $7.83 67 03 

Small payments: piles, 250 1. ft. at 10c, 25 at 40c; 3" hemlock, 1,660 1. ft. at ljc; sundry, 

$18.84 78 74 

Total, carried to page V— 10 401 02 

Belle River Wharf: P.E.I. 

Conductor, Joseph Sanders: June, Aug.-Oct., 76-75 d. at $2.50; outlay for lumber $62.55, for 

sundries, $39.50 293 92 

Sub-foreman, John D. Munn, 33 d. at $2; lumber $31 .25 97 25 

Carpenters, 80-25 d. at $1.75; labourers, 12-75 d. at $1.50; horse hire, 4 d. at 75c, 6 d. at $1 168 56 

Crabbe, Simon W.: iron, 1,443 lb. at 2|c; sundries $24.72 57 19 

McMillan, Malcolm A.: logs, 15 at $2, 15 at $1.20; plank, 2,019 at $15 78 28 

Matheson, Daniel: logs, 4 at $2.50, 5 at $2, 5 at $1 .20; timber, 3-325 tons at $8 o2 60 

Sanders, Philip: 66 poles $9.90; iron $5.60; logs, &c, $33.15; sundries $13.33 61 98 

Sanders, William: stone, 67 cu. yd. at 60c; poles 100 at 15c 55 20 

Small payments: logs, 6 at $2 . 50, 25 at $2, 23 at $1 . 20, 14 at $1; timber, 2 tons at $9 .40, 3 • 2 tons 
at $8; plank, 1,775 ft. at $15; stone, 78-33 cu. yds at 60c; freight $14; making bolts, 402 lb. 

at 2£c; sundry $15 263 67 

Total, carried to page V— 10 1, 128 65 

Cape Traverse Wharf, P.E.I. : General Repairs. 

Conductor, John McFarlane: June-Sept., 45-75 d. at $2.50; outlay $3.86 

Carpenters, 39-75 d. at $1.75; labourers, 106-24 d. at $1.50; carters, 22 d. at $2 

Dawson, G. W.: spruce timber, 3^ tons at $8, 11 pieces at $1.60; 22 stringers at 99c 

McFarlane, Reg.: timber, 4? tons at $8; spruce piles, 19 at $1; flooring, 40 pieces at 15c 

Waddell, A.: piles, 49 at $2, 12 at $1.60, 5 at $1.50; spruce timber, 2\ tons at $8; 42 stringers, 

$41 .48; 300 ft. plank, $18 

Small payments: plank $10.14; round iron $25.79; making bolts $13.35: sundry $12.30 

Total, carried to page V— 10 



811 23 


272 91 


67 38 


61 00 


201 18 


.61 58 


785 28 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE V— 231 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Cascumpec, P.E.I. : Wharf. $ cts. 

Rankin, R. B. & Gordon, I. M.: contract for reconstruction of and repairs to wharf complete 2,400 00 
Inspector of work, Joseph Gillis, June-Dec, 92 d. at $2.50, outlay $1 231 00 



Total, carried to page V— 10 2, 631 00 



Cove Head, P.E.I. : Repairs to Harbour Works. 

Conductor, Rupert Ross, July-Oct., Mar., 72-5 d. at $2. 50, 7 d. at $2 195 25 

Sub-conductor, Louis E. Shaw, 54 d. at $2; labourers, 295-5 d. at $1.50, 4 d. at $1.25 ^56 25 

Hudson, Victor: brush, 25 loads at 75c; stone, 57 cu. yd. at 75c; pile , 10 at $1.50; teaming, 

$5 81 50 

Ross, William: stone, 57 cu yd. at 75c; brush, 14 loads at 75c 53 25 

Shaw, Arthur: brush, 16 loads at 75c; stone, 30 cu. yds. at 75c; sundries $18.55 53 05 

Small payments: spruce piles, 81 at $1.50; brush 551 oadsat 75c; iron. 1,006 lb.at2|c; cutting, 
and pointing bolts, 210 at 2|c; 260 at 2c; covering, 50 pieces (20 ft. long) at 20c; sundries 

$45.54 251 38 

Total, carried to page V— 10 1, 190 68 



Crapaud, P.E.I. : Repairs to Victoria Pier. 

Foreman, Geo. Myers, Aug., 26-5 d. at $2.50; head labourer, J. McNavin, 18 d. at $2 102 25 

Labourers, 50 d. at $1 .50; carters, 5 d. at $1 .75 83 75 

McCaughey, Laurence: timber, 4 tons at $8; floor beams, 10 at $3; spruce, 300 1. ft. 

at 7c 83 00 

Mowat, Calvin: deal, 6,126 ft. at $16.50; spikes $9.10; sundry $8.65 118 82 

Small payments: spruce piles, 15 at $3; stone, 47 cu. yd. at 60c; floor beams, 6 at $3; spruce 

timber, 10 pieces at $1.50; sundry $5.95 112 15 



Total, carried to page V— 10 499 97 



Graham's Pond, P.E.I. : Breakwater Reconstruction. 

Foreman, David Sencebaugh, July 8-Sept. 28, 49 d. at $2 . 50 122 50 

Carpenters, 38 d. at $1 .50; labourers, 234-48 d. at $1 .25 350 10 

Stone, 262 tons at 50c; poles, 1,590 1. ft. at 6c, 377 1. ft. at lie; piles, 88 at $1.50, 17 at $1.75, 
44 at $2; hemlock, 3,960 ft. at $18, 3,192 ft. at $25; iron, 1,957 lb. at 2fc.; heading and 
pointing bolts, 500 at 3c; cleaning stone, 50 cu. yds. at 20c; sundry $21.59. Paid as 
follows: Chas. Graham, $160.35; Wm. Graham $110.30; W. A. Poole & Co., $195.99; 16 
payments under $50 each, $302.47 769 11 



Total, carried to page V— 10 1, 241 71 



Grand River: North Pier, P.E.I. 

Foreman, Cephas Cann, July, Sept., Oct., 41 d. at $2.50 102 50 

Labourers, 56-5 d. at $1.50; carters, 3-5 d. at $2; men with teams, 3-5 d. at $3 102 26 

Hemlock timber, 10 tons at $9.50, 200 1. ft. at 8£c; floor stringers, 5-5 tons at $11; plank, 
1,000 ft. at $20; round spruce logs, 18 at $3, 2 at $2.50. Paid as follows: Joseph N. Mc- 

Kinnon $155. 50; 6 small payments $96 251 50 

Small payments: iron, 1,012 lb. at 2\ c; sundries $18.64 41 41 



Total, carried to page V— 10 497 67 

Grand River, South Wharf, P.E.I. : Reconstruction, etc. 

McNeill, Roderick: estimate 5 to Mar. 31, 1913, on $6,499 contract, $4,540, less drawback $450 4,090 00 

Inspector of work, William A Crossman, June-Nov., Mar., 154 d. at $2.50 385 00 

Total, carried to page V— 10 4,475 00 

Head St. Peter's Bay: Wharf. 

King's Printer 2 24 



V— 232 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 



4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Hickey's Wharf, P.E.I. : Reconstruction and Repairs. 

Foreman, John S. Garland: July-Aug., Oct., 45 d. at $2.50, horse 3 d. at $1; outlay 95c 

Carpenters, 25-5 d. at $1 .75; labourers 60-5 d. at $1 . 50 '. 

Hogan, M. P.: hemlock, 4,295 ft. at $14; freight $2.08 

Murnaghan, James: piles, floor stringers and piece ' timber, 24 at $2; sundries $5.76 

Small payments: piles, 13 at $2; drift bolts, 662 lb. at $3; freight $18; stone, 20 loads at 40c 
sundries, $45.49 

Total, carried to page V — 10 



cts. 



116 


45 


135 


37 


62 


20 


54 76 


117 35 


486 


13 



Kurd's Point Pier, P.E.I. : Repairs. 

Foreman, Daniel J. McLure, Oct.-Nov., 35-5 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, 71 d. at $1.75; labourers, 42-5 d. at $1.50; team 1 d. ,$3 

Steamer Bedeque (Capt. H. A. Rhynard): freighting piles, 3 car loads at $10, 16 at $1; sundry 

freighting and fares, $25 .17 

McCabe, Joseph, piles, 2,255 1. ft. at lie 

McNeill, Daniel F.: furnishing iron and making bolts, 2,257 lb. at 4c; sundries $10.75 

Poole & Thompson: hemlock timber, 14| tons at $9.50; freight $16.25 

Schurman, M. F. & Co.: spruce plank, 2,000 ft. at $16, 720 ft. at $18.50; sundry $5.53 

Small payments: freight $15.93; hardware $14.86; sundries $33.61 

Total, carried to page V — 10 



88 75 
191 00 

71 17 

248 05 

101 03 

154 00 

50 85 

64 40 


969 25 



Miminigash Harbour, P.E.I. : Improvements and Repairs. 

Reid, I. T.: contract complete, $3,337, less $810 paid in 1910-11 (page V— 187) and less, 
$2,470.25 paid in 1911-12 (page V— 200) 

Foreman, James McGrath: Aug.-Sept., 40-5 d. at $2.50; outlay $11.24 

Carpenters, 5 d. at $1.75; labourers, 132 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 19-5 d. at $2.25 

Piles, 4 at $2.80, 1 at $2.60, 5 at $2.50, 6 at $2.25, 5 at $2.20, 5 at $2.10, 46 at $2, 5 at $1.36, 
2 at $1.20, 1 at $1.04, 3 at $1.02, 10 at $1; brush, 31oadsat 60c, 51 loads at 50c; timber, 
164 1. ft. at 8c, 159 1. ft. at 10c; hardwood, 3-4 tons at $9; plank, 4,300 ft. at $19; stone, 
£2-33 tons at $1; rent of building for tools $5; sundry timber and lumber $67.48. Paid 
as follows: W. Burns $81; Arthur Curley $88.90; Alex. Tremblay $86.70; 12 small pay- 
ments, $183 .41 

Small payments: hardware $51.56; smith work $18.64; sundries $2.25 

Total, carried to page V— 10 



56 75 
112 49 
250 62 



440 01 
72 45 



932 32 



Naufrage Pond, P.E.I. : Breakwater Extension, etc. 

Townshend, W. H., contract for extension to breakwater complete 6, 789 00 

Inspector of work, Alex. Montgomery, July 26-Nov. 8, 92 d. at $2.50, outlay 75c 230 75 

McPhee, A. C, arranging for and receiving material, Mar., 7 d. at $2.50 17 50 

Round logs, 800 1. ft. at 10c, 1,950 1. ft. at $9; plank, 1,000 ft. at $14. Paid as follows: A. D. 

McCormack, $162; A. J. McKinnon $63. 10; 2 small payments $44.40 269 50 

Total, carried to page V— 10 i 7, 306 75 



New London, P.E.I. : Repairs to Harbour Works. 

Conductor, Hugh A. McRae, Aug.-Nov., 58-5 d. at $2.50, outlay $10.20 156 45 

Sub-conductor, Peter O'Hearn, Aug.-Oct., 42 d. at $1.75.. . . .' 73 50 

Labourers, 243 d. at $1.50; man with team, 2 d. at $2.50; hire of horse, 9 d. at $1; scow hire, 

16 d. at 50c 386 50 

Hiscott, Thomas, stone, 66 cu. yd. at $1 . 10 72 60 

Kennedy, M. & Co., iron, 1,885 lb. at 3c 56 55 

McKae, Wilfrid: stone, 50 cu. yd. at $1 . 10; logs, 15 at $1 .50, 3 at 80c 79 90 

Reid, James: spruce logs, 101 at $1 .90; spruce piles, 50 at 95c 239 40 

Small payments: spruce lo^s, 35 at $1.75, 18 at $1.50, 22 at 80c, 9 at 50c; covering, 30 pieces 
at 25c; towing, 10 d. at $2.50; stone, 14 cu. yd. at $1.10; brush, 114 loads at40c; sundry 

$3.20 207 05 

Total, carried to page V— 10 , 1, 271 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 233 



Nine Mile Creek, P.E.I. : Pier Repairs. 



Foreman, John McQuarrie, June-Sept., 44 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, 34 d. at $1.50; labourers, 48-16 d. at $1.25; horse hire, 7 d. at $1 

Small payments: stone, 322 cu. yd. at 50c.; piles, 30 at $1.50, 14 at 50c; iron, 605 lb.at2|c. 
sundries $42.50 



Total, carried to page V — 10. 



Total, carried to page V — 10. 



cts. 

110 00 

118 20 

269 11 



497 31 



North Cardigan, P.E.I. : Pier Repairs. 

Foreman, Patrick Mclntyre, June-July, 26 d. at $2.50 65 00 

Carpenters, 48-5 d. at $1 .75; labourers, 43 d. at $1.50; blacksmith, 2 d. at $2; man with team, 

6-5 d. at $2.50; man with boat, -5 d. at $2 170 62 

Macdonald, A. A. & Bros.: plank, 1,205 ft. at $13.50, 900 ft. at $14, 15 pieces at 78c; sundries 

$11.58 52 15 

Small payments: piles, 22 at $2, 7 at $2.25; poles, 530 at 5c, 226 at 4c; stone, 97 cu. yd. at 50c; 

gravel, 40 cu. yd. at 45c; sundry $30.52 192 31 



480 08 



North River, Wharf: Franklyn Point, P.E.I. 



McKinley, D. C, purchase price of property required for wharf. 

King's Printer $19.37; advertising $48.51 

Legal services, Aeneas A. Macdonald, Charlottetown 



Total, carried to page V — 10. 



1,100 00 
67 88 
22 70 

1,190 58 



Port Selkirk, Pier: P.E.I. : Reconstruction and Repairs. 

Foreman, Joseph McRae, July, Sept.-Oct., 47 d. at $2.50. 

Labourers, 88-33 d. at $1.50 

Hogan, M. P., hemlock, 10,493 ft. at $14; freight $28.32 

Poole & Thompson: timber, 12-774 tons at $9.50; freight $11 

Small payments: logs, curbing, etc., 572 1. ft. at 10c; towage $30; 591 lb. iron $16.25; sundries 
$33.37 



Total, carried to page V — 10. 



P\>wnal Wharf Repairs, P.E.I. 



Conductor, A. M. McRae, Aug., 12 d. at $2.50 

Carpenter, 6 d. at $2; labourers, 18-5 d. at $1.50; man with team, 2 d. at $2.50... 

Hogan, M. P.: 3" plank, 11,700 ft. at $15; sundry 50c 

Small payments: towage $20; 3 kegs spikes $7.80; 17 lb. iron 51c 



Total, carried to page V — 10. 



117 50 
132 50 
175 22 
132 36 

136 82 



694 40 



30 00 
44 75 
176 00 

28 31 



279 06 



Red Point Wharf, P.E.I. : Completing Repairs and Enlarging Pierhead. 

Conductor, George Munn, June- Aug., Oct.-Nov., 66 d. at $2.50 

Labourers, 37 d. at $2, 87-5 d. at $1.50; carters, 89-5 d. at $2 

Crabbe, Simon W.: drift bolts, 1,328 lb. at 3c, 559 lb. at 3|c; 2 augers $9; sundries $14.16 

Grant, Allen J., hardwood piles 25 ft. long, 60 at $2 

Hogan, M. P.: hemlock, 12-875 tons at $8, 3,300 ft, at $16, 1,525 ft. at $14; spruce, 619 ft. at $20 

McCabe, Joseph, 49 hard wood, piles, 1,303 1. ft. at 10c • 

Small payments: towage $34; spruce piles 10 at $2; sundries $26.64 

Total, carried to page V — 10 



165 00 
384 25 

82 57 
120 00 
189 53 
130 30 

80 64 



1,152 29 



Robinson's Island, P.E.I. : Breakwater Repairs. 

Foreman, Wm. Duncan, Feb. 17-Mar. 10, 14 d. at $2.50; labourers, 38 d. at $1.50 

Stone, 368 cu. yds. at 90c; brush, 123 loads at 65c Paid as follows: Adam Craswell $56.55; 

Eusebus Gallant $50.30; 12 small payments $304.30 

Small payments: smithwork $21.50; rent of building for storage $2 

Total, carried to page V — 10 



92 00 



411 15 
23 50 



526 65 



V— 234 AUDITOR GEXERAUS REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 

Souris, P.E,I.: Breakwater Extension. $ cts. 

King's Printer $18.75; advertising $113.56 132 31 



Southport Wharf, P.E.I. : Reconstruction. 

Foreman, Edward S. Caswell, May-June, 47 d. at $2.50, carpenter 50-5 d. at $2 218 50 

Foreman, Nathaniel Molyneaux, July-Sept., 63 d. at $2.50 157 50 

Carpenters, 114-5 d. at $2, 219 d. at $1.75; labourers, 419-5 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 1 d. at 

$4.50, 64-5 d. at $3, 20-5 d. at $2; horse hire, 9-5 d. at $1.50 1,494 77 

Crabbe, Simon W.: drift bolts, 4,623 lb. at 3c.; screw bolts, 100 at 17c; paint, 6 gal. at$2;spikes, 

4 kegs at $2.85; sundries $40.19 219 28 

Jenkins, R. R.: hauling, loading and securing on car, 114 creosoted piles at 35c; sundry $10.35. . 50 25 

Hemlock timber etc., 106-025 tons at $8, 20,360 ft. at $16, 788 ft. at $14; spruce lumber, 4,869 ft. 
at $20; poles, 25 cords at $2.75; piles, 2,670 1. ft. at 10c, 905 1. ft. at 6c; gravel, 1,050 cu. yd. at 
7c; sundry $9.20. Paid as follows: Arthur Burke $54.30; M. P. Hogan $988.18; Joseph 
McCabe $96.80; George McDonald $73.50; Alex. McDougall $64.30; Daniel McEachern 
$68.75; Daniel McNevin $56.80; Wm. McRae $56.50; John A. Ross $104; A. J. Taylor $192 1,755 13 
Small payments: hire of scow, 3 d. at $3, 2 d. at $4; use of boat, 4 m. at $3; rent of lot for storage 

$10; coal $11.12; sundries $86.74 .' 136 86 



Total, carried to page V— 10 4,032 2D 



.it. Peters Bay: Breakwater Repairs. 

Foremen: Wm. Aylward, Aug.-Nov., 35 d. at $2.50; Chas. Quigley, June-July, 22 d. at $2.50. . 142 50 

Man with team, 11 d. at $3; labourers, 36 d. at $1.50 87 00 

Cox, Harry H.: iron, 393 lb. at $2.50; spikes, 250 lb. at $3.60 -. 18 84 

Stone, 302| cu. yd. at $1.50, 64£ cu. yd. at $1; piles, 49 at $1; stringers, 20 at $1.25; hemlock, 

4,062 ft. at $15; freight $6. Paid as follows: J. Baker $66.75; Ronald Drake $133; M. P. 

Hogan $66.93; Vincent McGrath $229.50; 6 small payments $163 659 18 

King's Printer $16.04; advertising $46.51 62 55 



Total, carried to page V— 10 970 07 



Tignish Harbour, P.E.I. : Extension of Protection Pears Inwardly. 

Conductor, Patrick O'Brien, July-Nov., 125 d. at $2.50, buying lumber, 7 d. at $2.50, outlay 

$20.55 350 55 

Carpenters, 76-12 d. at $1.75; labourers, 385-3 d. at $1.50, 21 d. at $1.25; engineer, 16-7 d. at $2 770 81 
Men with teams, 2 d. at $3.50, 24-33 d. at $3, 31-5 d. at $2.50, 3 d. at $2.35, 8 d. at $2.25, 7 d. at 

$2 197 80 

Arsenault, J. J. & Co.: plank, 9,683 ft. at $21, 14,550 ft. at $20.50; bolts, 7,421 lb. at3fc (short 

paid $2); 2\ m. use of boat, $11.25; spikes, 1 keg at $3.75, 2 kegs at $3.50, 2 kegs at $3.25; 

freight $13.60; sundries $86.41 906 41 

Buchanan, Neil: tons of timber, 13-45 at $8.50, 17 at $8, 4-15 at $7.55, 10-624 at $6.25, 11 at 

$5.60, 7 at $5.30; piles, 2,178 1. ft. at 9c 642 77 

Cahill, Peter P.: pile driver engine and fittings, $400; pile driver and hammer fittings, $100. . 500 00 

Handrahan, Donald: piles, 242 1. ft. at 10c; stone, 17J ton at $1.25; brush, 31 loads at 50c. . . 61 57 

Hogan, John: piles, 770 1. ft. at 10c; sundry $2.50 79 50 

Mclnnis, Thomas: stone, 47-5 ton at $1.25; 3 cedar logs $1.50 60 88 

Myrich, J. H. & Co.: use of scow, 4 d. at $5; smithwork, hardware, etc, $72.54 92 54 

O'Brien, Edward: piles, 484 1. ft. at 10c; spruce logs, 112 1. ft. at 9c 58 48 

O'Rourke, James, piles, 528 1. ft. at 10c; Shea, Alexander, stone, 60-5 ton at $1.25 128 42 

Prince Edward Island Railway: freight, on lumber, 7 cars at $7, on hardware $1.22 50 22 

Small payments: stone, 30-5 tons at $1.25; brush, 19 loads at 50c; bolts, 100 at 17c; steel wire, 

85 lb. at 18c; sundries $20.48 100 40 

Total, carried to page V— 10 4, 000 35 



Tracadie, P.E.I. : Breakwater. 

McDonald, F. D., contract complete, $24,540, less $13,460 paid in 1911-12 (page V— 201). . . . 11,080 00 
Inspector of work, John N. McDonald, May 13-Oct., 5, 126 d. at $2.50 315 00 



Total, carried to page V— 10 11,395 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V— 235 



Vernon River, P.E.I. : Pier. $ cts. 

Foreman, P. L. Murphy : June-Oct., 102-5 d. at $2.50; hire of horse, 45 d. at $1 301 25 

Carpenters, 20 d. at $1.75; labourers, 101-5 d. at $1.50, 107-2 d. at $1.25 321 25 

McDonald, D. & W.: spikes, 4 kegs at $3; iron, 1,503 lb. at $2.40; sundries $18.59 66 66 

Timber, 40-69 tons at $8; plank, 6,838 ft. at $16, 1,660 ft. at $15, 8,100 ft. at $14; piles, 605 1. ft. 
at 10c, 15 at $1.80, 17 at $2.25; sundry $7.77. Paid as follows: Alex. Dixon $173.51; Joseph 
McCabe $60.50; Alex. McPherson, $288.92; Edward O'Connell $65.25; Poole & Thompson 

$50.90; 3 small payments $67.63 706 71 

Small payments: smithwork $30.47; freight $22; hauling pile driver $6 58 47 

Total, carried to page V— 10 .< 1,454 34 



Wood Islands, P.E.I. : Southern Breakwater. 

Compton, W. & A. J. Ross, contract for extension of southern breakwater complete 7,036 00 

Inspector of work, Archibald Bell, June-Aug., 69£ d. at $2.50 173 75 

Total, carried to page V— 10 7,209 75 



Harbours and Rivers Generally, P.E.I. : Repairs and Improvements. 

General foreman, John White: Apr. 1-Aug. 26, Sept. 1-Mar. 31, 11-839 m. at $90; travel and 

outlay $151.04 1,216 54 

Annandale Wharf ($224.85)— 

Conductor, Wm. T. Morrow, 7 d. at $2.50; carpenters, 10 d. at $2; labourers, 5 d. at $1.50; 

carter 50c 45 50 

Annandale Lumber Co.: plank, 11,100 ft. at $15; spikes, 309 lb. at $3.35; trucking $2.50. . 179 35 

Basin Head, Survey: H. A. Messervy: labour $6.50; travel and outlav $11.95 18 45 

Belfast Pier ($300.36)— 

Conductor, H. A. Gillis, 24 d. at $2.50; carpenters, 42 d. at $1.50 123 00 

McEachern, Charles: plank, 2,200 ft. at $16; logs, 5 at $2; stringers, 4 at $2.20 54 00 

Small payments: plank, 3,707 ft. at $16; stringers, 3 at $2, 6 at $2.20, 234 1. ft. at 10c; 

sundry $21.46 123 36 

Bowshaw New Wharf ($444.62)— 

Conductor, John A. McNevin, 34-5 d. at $2.50; labourers, 54 d. at $1.50; horse hire, 9 d. at 

75c 174 00 

Gillespie, John: piles, 360 1. ft. at 10c; timber, 8 tons at $7; plank, 4,800 ft at $14 159 20 

Small payments: towing $24; timber, 500 1. ft. at 4c; piles, 317 1. ft. at 6c; sundries $48.40 111 42 

China Point Wharf ($158.14)— 

Foreman, Alex J. McDonald, 18 d. at $2.50; teams, 26 d. at $2.50; labourer, 3 d. at $1.50 114 50 

Small payments: hemlock, 2,287 ft. at $14; iron and spikes $6.50; freight $5.11 43 64 

Kier's Shore Pier ($199.77) — 

Conductor, Russell Champion, 12 d. at $2.50; hauling, 33-5 d. at $3, 23-5 d. at $2.25; 

cutting brush, 3 d. at $1.50 187 87 

Small payments: gravel, 460 loads at 2c; stone $2.70 11 90 

McPherson's Cove Pier ($99.25)— 

Foreman, A. P. McDonald, 7 d. at $2.50; labourers, 8-5 d. at $1.50; carters, 10-5 d. at $2.25 53 87 

Small payments, stone, 90-75 cu. yd. at 50c 45 38 

St. Mary's Bay Pier ($100.05)— 

Foreman, Thomas Fisher, 10-4 d. at $2.50; labourers, 18 d. at $1.50 53 00 

Small payments: plank, 1,996 ft. at $15; freighting by boat $11; sundries $6.10 47 05 

West Point Wharf ($99.37)— 

Conductor, Robert L. England, 8-5 d. at $2.50; carters, 6-5 d. at $2.25; labourers, 13 d. at 

$1.50 55 37 

England, J. J.: lumber, 2,000 ft. at $20; spikes, 100 lb. at 4c 44 00 

King's Printer $25.16; Stationery Office $243.21 268 37 

Charlottetown Office ($1,677.75)— 

Hegan, James B.: assistance $78; telegrams and telephone tolls $15.39; sundry travel and 

outlay $249.01 342 40 

Hyndman, W. E. : labourers $130.50; sundry travel and outlay $630.98 761 48 

Milford, J. C: labourers $21; sundry travel and outlay $129.65 150 65 

Miller, H. E.: labourers $150.30; sundry travel and outlay $272.92 423 22 

Detailed with Chief Engineer's Staff (Page V— 422) 912 50 



Total 

Less — charged to Surveys and Inspections (Page V — 424) 

Total, carried to page V— 10 



5,720 02 
1,572 90 

4,147 12 



V— 236 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V., A. 19T4 

Albert Wharf, N.B. $ cts. 

reck. John T. & Job Stiles, purchase price of required property 

Travel of Ottawa official. A. E. Cross 

King's Printer $20.39; advertising $142.04 

Legal services, J. Arthur Frieze, Sussex, N.B 

Tot al , carried to page V — 10 # 

Anderson's Hollow, N.B.: Breakwater Wharf General Repairs. 

Foreman, Ira H. Copp, Feb.-Mar., 32-5 d. at $3 

Labourers, 62 d. at $1.75, 17-5 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 7 d. at $2, 30-75 d. at $1.75; man with 

team, 8 d. at $3.50 

Lumber, 18.252 ft. at $14; knees, 13 at $1.50; mooring post $2.50. Paid as follows: Anderson, 

George C. $103.27, M. $45.17; Barbour, John $56.44; Smith, Thomas $72.64 

Small payments: iron, 808 lb. at $2.30, 210 lb. at $2.35; sundries $17.10 

Total, carried to page V— 10 

Bat hurst, N.B.: In full and final settlement of A. and R. Louie's claim for dredging 
at Bathurst, Loggieville and Caraquet. 

Loggie, A. & R., detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V— 338) 

Black River, N.B.: Breakwater Pier: Renewal of Superstructure. 

Conductor, Andrew R. Moore, Oct.-Mar., 136 d. at $3 

Carpenters, 83-75 d. at $2.50, 764-75 d. at $2; horse hire, 99-5 d. at $1 

Labourers, 52-75 d. at $2, 54 d. at $1.75; men with teams, 3-5 d. at $4.50, 24 d. at $4 

Thorne, W. H. & Company: dynamite, 100 lb. at 20c; sundries $83.84 

Square timber, 16,242 ft, at $22; round logs, 7,122 ft. at $15; covering and plank, 6,602 ft. at 

$20; fenders and lumber, .12,561 ft. at $10; mooring posts, 4 at $5; 2,114 ft. pine, $40. 

Paid as follows: A. F. Bentley $100; Thos. B. Carson $501.19; Daniel Johnston $40; 

Albert Moore $140.61 

Small payments: drift bolts, 1,135 lb. at $2.55; sundries $18.51 

Voucher outstanding, R. J. Wilkins, P. 91,440 



125 00 

52 50 

162 43 

141 72 


481 65 


97 50 

230 61 

277 52 
40 61 


646 24 



1 24,209 91 


408 00 

1,838 37 

311 73 

103 84 


781 80 

47 45 

515 38 



Total, carried to page V— 10 4,006 57 

Black River Wharf, N.B. 

Foreman, Hypolite Melanson: June-Aug., Oct.-Nov., 39-5 d. at $2.50; looking after lumber, 

6 d. at $2.50; outlay $1.60 115 35 

Labourers, 132-75 d. at $1.35; carpenters, 65 d. at $1.50 276 71 

La Cie M. McLaughlan Ltd.: timber, 6,808 ft. at $16, 9,476 ft, at $14, 2,234 ft, at $12; iron, 

2,278 lb. at 3§c. ; sundries $12.51 360 63 

Spruce timber, 8,864 ft, at $12; ballast poles, 117 at 35c: stone, 157^ cu. yd. at 60c Paid as 

follows: Thomas F. Belliveau $58.66; 7 small payments $183.15 241 81 



Total, carried to page V— 10 ." 994 50 

Buctouche, N.B.: Repairs to Breakwater and Breastworks. 

Foreman, Hypolite Savoie, Aug.-Nov., 58 d. at $2.50, outlay $7.49 152 49 

Labourers, 247 d. at $1.35; carpenters, 44-5 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 9 d. at $2 418 19 

La Cie M. McLaughlan Limited: lumber, 13,610 ft. at $15; spikes $18.75; sundry $8.66 231 57 

Maillett, Cyril D. & Joseph D., 1 job brush, 100' x 20' x 6' 50 00 

Savoie, Antoine S., 1 job brush, 100' x : 20' x 6' 50 00 

Total, carried to page V— 10 902 25 

Camphellton Deep Water Wharf, N.B.: Accommodation. 

Foreman, James Woods: Aug.-Dec, 72 d. at $3; outlay $19.20 235 20 

Carpenters, 48 d. at $2.50, 30 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 11 d. at $5, 9-5 d. at $4.50, 7-75 d. at 

$3- labourers, 183-52 d. at $1.75; use of scow $2.50 609 67 

Albert, James: spruce spiles, 456 1. ft, at 8c, 1,273 1. ft. at 10c 163 78 

Alexander, James: spikes, 4 kegs at $3.50, 2 kegs at $3.25; 219 ft. timber $15.33; sundries $21.87 57 70 

Ellsworth, R.: iron, bolts etc. 830 lb. at 3|c; sundries $48.07 77 76 

Exchequer Court: paid Registrar for copy of evidence of The King vs. Shives, $102; copy of 

proceedings before court $7.50; copies of reports $4. 113 50 

Gobeil A. - services, Nov., in connection with acquisition of property for new wharf $236.66; 

travel and outlay $34.25 270 91 

Carried forward 1, 528 52 



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V— 237 



Campbellton Deep Water Wharf, N.B., Accommodation— Concluded. $ cts. 

Brought forward 1, 528 52 

Richards Manufacturing Co. Ltd.: deals, 1,210 ft. at $18.75, 25,326 ft. at $17, 1,089 ft. at $15.25, 

2,058 ft. at $7 484 25 

Small payments: piles, 183 1. ft. at 10c, 126 1. ft. at 8c, 80 1. ft. at 15c; gravel, 320 loads at 5c 56 38 

Test-borings: — 

Foremen: Geo. McLeod, Apr. 12-22, 11 d. at $3.50; C. J. Robbins, May, 4 d. at $3 50 50 

Labourers, 121 -5 d. at $2 243 00 

Canadian Express Company, express charges .* 56 73 

Davy, H. M., outlay $17.30; Gregory, A. W., travel and outlay $172.53 189 83 

Taylor, Jos. H., use of scow, 37 d. at $2 74 00 

Small payments: use of row boat $16.50; hardware $9.13; lumber $8.89 34 52 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. E. Cross 41 15 

Legal services, E. Rene Richard, Dalhousie, N.B 33 20 

Total, carried to page V— 10 2,792 08 

Campbellton, N.B.: Headlock to Market Whatf. 

Foreman, James Woods: Apr.-July, 68 d. at $3; outlay $5.79 209 79 

Head carpenter, Alex Mclntyre, 65 d. at $2.50; carpenters, 42 d. at $2 246 50 

Labourers, 106-25 d. at $1.75; men with teams, 4 d. at $5, 19 d. at $3 262 98 

Alexander, James: lumber, 597 1. ft. at 10c, 253 1. ft. at 8c; spikes, 4 kegs at $3.25; sundries 

$22.71 115 65 

Jamieson, P., gravel, 352 loads at 35c 123 20 

Russell, Joseph, lumber, 641 1. ft. at 10c 64 10 

Shives Lumber Co. Ltd.: spruce, 19,536 ft. at $17.50, 302 ft. at $18; iron, 95 lb. at 3c 350 17 

Small payments: stone, 37-75 cu. yd. at $1; smith work $31.29; lumber, 1,878 ft. at $9; piles, 

252 1. ft. at 6c; sundries $21.77 122 83 

King's Printer 38 57 

Total, carried to page V— 10 1 , 533 79 

, Cape Bald, N.B.: Breakwater Pier. 

Wallberg, E. A.: contract complete, $32,890; extras $375. Total $33,265. Less paid in 1910-11 
(page V— 191) $14,580, less paid in 1909-10 (page V— 178) $14,370, less expenditure of 
department in repairs of concrete faces, $3,501.85, and less $400 still to be expended on 

repairs 413 15 

Foreman, Henri Dupuis, Feb.-Apr. 1912, 49 d. at $3.50 171 50 

Conductor, John W. Brien: Mar.-Oct., 7 d. at $2.50, 91-25 d. at $3; team, 1 d. at $3; outlay 

<|4 4i 298 66 

Sub-conductor,' Abel P. Burke: Mar. 1912, 27 d. at $2.50; outlay 75c . . . ........'....'..'.'...'.'.'.'. 68 25 

Labourers, 76 d. at $1.75, 1,048-82 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 115-73 d. at $1.75 1,908 75 

Men with teams, 78-25 d. at $2, 1-5 d. at $3; hire of teams, 20 d. at 75c 176 00 

Blacksmith, 38-24 d. at $1.75; pumpmaker, 1-75 d. at $2.50 71 30 

Canada Cement Company Ltd.: cement, 275 brl. at $2.08; less freight charges, etc. $75. . . 497 00 

Intercolonial Railway, freight charges 96 74 

LeBlanc, Nap. S.: rent of building for storage, Mar. 1912-Oct. 1913, $40; timber, 4,000 ft. at 

$6.25; sundry $4.35 69 35 

Purdy Bros.: lumber, 3,749 ft. at $13, 515 ft. at $11, 1,306 ft. at $10 67 46 

Tait, R. C: lumber, 1,000 ft. at $16, 500 ft. at $15, 2,000 ft. at $12.50, 1,900 ft. at $12; delivery 

$22.25; hardware, etc., $55.71 149 26 

Small payments: hauling $222.38; wood $15.63; 6 windows $10.50; 135 lb. steel pipe $12.15 

stove $10; sundries $89.50.-. 360 16 

Total, carried to page V— 10 4,347 58 

Cape Tormcntine, N.B.: Breakwater Repairs and Strengthening. 

Foreman, J. Frank, McGlashing, June-Dec, Feb.-Mar., 104-9 d. at $2.50, 45 d. at $3, outlay 

$25.85. . . . : $423 10 

Carpenters, 104 d. at $2; carters, 7 d. at $3, 1 d. at $2.50; engineer, 93 • 5 d. at $1.75; labourers, 

649 d. at $1.60 1,433 52 

Abram, John & Sons, Ltd.: labour $81.80; travelling expenses to Sackville and board there 

$31.63; boiler tubes, 288 ft. at lie; safety valve $10.15; sundries $54.34 209 60 

Allen, Raglan: sundry smithwork 69 69 

N.B. & P.E.I. Railway Co.: coal, 12 tons at $5; freight on portable engine $30 90 00 

Sackville Freestone Co., stone, 776-61 cu. yd. at $3.50 2,718 15 

Spence, F. H.: 2 pr. trolley wheels $34.20; manilla rope, 139 lb. at 15c; wire rope, 97 lb. at 

18c; engine oil, 27| gals, at 50c; sundries $59.94 146 07 

Small payments: timber, 1,650 ft. at $10; lumber, 748 ft. at $28, 522 ft. at $15, 690 ft. at $11; 

water $20.75; manilla rope, 228 lb. at 16§c; sundries $31.15 142 38 

Total, carried to page V— 10 5, 232 51 



V— 238 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1912-1913 

4 GEORGE V M A. 1914 



Castalia, N.B.: Breakwater. $ cts. 

Huntley, C. A., contract for construction of breakwater complete 5, 840 00 

Tatton, M purchase price of land required for right of way to wharf 300 00 

Inspector of contract work, A. McFarlane, June 18-Aug. 31, 65 d. at $2.50 162 50 

Legal services, M. N. Cockburn, St. Andrews, N. B 33 00 

Total, carried to page V— 10 6, 335 50 



Chance Harbour, N.B.: Breakwater. 

Conductor, David H. Mawhinney, Aug -Nov., 46-5 d. at $3 139 50 

Labourers, 79-27 d. at $1.75; carpenters, 87-5 d. at $2, 117-5 d. at $2.25; wharf builder, 41 d. at 

$2.50; man with team, 2-5 d. at $3 688 10 

Eagles, John S. & Co.: timber, hemlock, 35,060 ft. at $18, spruce, 19,875 ft. at $23, 12,000 ft. 

at $28; extra trip of boat Alice R. for scow $30; rent of scow, 3 d. at $2 1, 460 20 

Lewis, Wm. &Son.: drift bolts, 7.G80 lb. at $2.35; ring bolts, 160 lb. at 6£c; spikes, 1,776 lb. at 

$2.95; freight $13.35 242 52 

Stone ballast, 605-33 cu. yd. at $1; timber, 3,236 ft. at $15; towing timber, 184 pieces at 25c; 

sundry $19.83. Paid as follows: N. C. Belding$107; Frank Dow $77.50; James Hargrave 

$147.75; Ernest Thompson $71; David Tiner $160.33; 7 small payments $156.11 719 69 

Total, carried to page V— 10 3,250 01 



Chatham, N.B.: Repairs, Custom House Wharf. 

Conductor, Patrick Coleman, Aug.-Oct., 54-5 d. at $2.50 136 25 

Foreman, Benjamin Flood, 6 d. at $2.50 15 00 

Carpenters, 105 d. at $2, labourers, 104-5 d. at $1.75 392 84 

Groat, W. J., teaming 62 tons granite at $1, sundry $6.80 68 80 

McLennan, A.: drift bolts, 2, 143 lb. at 3£c; spikes, 3 kegs at $3.50; sundries $16.45 10196 

Reinsborrow, Charles: lumber, 5, 150 ft. at $11.50, 19,291 ft. at $10.50, 7,900 ft. at $7 317 07 

Small payments: lumber, 1,250 ft. at $12, 325 1. ft. at 3c; 12 elm trees $12; hardware $10.61; 

sundry $9.21 56 57 

Total, carried to page V— 10 , 1,088 49 



Chockfish N.B.: Extension of Breakwater at Mouth. 

Foreman, Damien Richard, Aug.-Oct., 47 d. at $2.50; labourers, 186 d. at $1.35 368 63 

Brush, 199 loads at $1; pickets, 100 at 8c Paid as follows: Edward Caissie $56; Aime LeBlanc 

$56; Alban Maillet $67; Placid Maillet $28 207 00 

Small payments: rent of building for storing tools etc. $10; rent of boat $6 16 00 



Total, carried to page V— 10 591 63 



Dalhousie Harbour, N.B.: Breakwater. 

Charleson, T. P. estimate 8 to Jan. 8, 1913, on $23,440 contract, $23,390, less drawback $2,330, 

and less $5, 660, paid in 1911-12 (page jV— 204) 15, 400 00 

Inspector of work, Jeremiah Le Tourneau: Apr. 1-Jan. 8, 242 d. at $2.50; outlay $2 607 00 

Test-borings: — 

Foreman, George McLeod, Apr. 6-11, 6 d. at $3.50: labourers, 9 d. at $2 39 00 

Davy, H. M., travel and outlay , 37 00 

Total, carried to page V— 10 16,083 00 



Dipper Harbour, N.B.: Breakwater Extension. 

Charleson, T. P.: contract complete $22,350, extra work $4,774.10; less, paid in 1911-12, 

(page V— 205,) $21 , 460 5 664 10 

Inspector of work, David McAdam, July 5-Aug. 28, 47 d. at $3 141 00 

Total, carried to page V— 10 5, 805 10 



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V— 239 



Dorchester Wharf Improvement, N.B. $ cts. 

Conductor, Silas Buck, Apr -Sept., Nov., 76-5 d. at $2.50 191 25 

Labourers, 211 d. at $1.75, 122-5 d. at $1.50 553 03 

Buck, Ernest: logs, 3,924 ft. at $14; ballast poles, 50 at $18; brush, 5 loads at $2. . . . 73 94 

Dorchester Stone Works Ltd.: ballast stone, 100 loads at 90c 90 00 

Small payments- brush, 17 loads at $2,; hardwood logs, 12 at $1; bolts, 354 lb. at 4|c, 657 lb. m 

at 4c; sundries $41.60 129 80 

King's Printer $29.31; advertising $141.84 171 15 

Total, carried to page V— 10 1,209 17 

Faii-haven, N.B.: To Rebuild Pierhead. 

King's Printer $23.62; advertising $60.30 83 92 



Gardner's Creek, N.B.: Repairs to Harbour Works. 

Conductors: Thos. B. Carson, May-June, 20 d. at $3; Frank Carson, June-July, 23 d. at $3 

Carpenters, 19-5 d. at $2.25, 149-75 d. at $2; labourers, 76-75 d. at $1.50 

Carson, Thos. B., pine posts, 5 at $8; Thome, W. H. & Co., 6 augers and 6 auger files $7.90. 
Lewis, Wm. & Son: drift bolts, 5,215 lb. at $2.35; 685 lb. at $2.45; ladder rungs, 435 lb. at 
$2.25; spikes, 13 kegs at $2.95; freight $13.11 

Total, carried to page V— 10 

Goose Creek, N,B.: Harbour Breakwater. 

Conductor, I. S. Prescott, 67- 5 d. at $3 

Labourers, 308 d. at $2; men with teams, 21 d. at $5, 10- 5 d. at $4.50, 4 d. at $3.50, 27-08 d. at $3 

Dryden, George S., declarations pay sheets, 20 at 25c 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: drift bolts, 860 lb. at 2|c; screw bolts, 1,260 lb. at 3fc; freight $2 

Prescott, I. & Sons: timber, 18,068 ft. at $18; piling, 5,680 ft. at $13; building shanty $120; iron, 

320 lb. at 5c; sundry $27.40 

Voucher outstanding, R. J. Wilkins, P. 91, 910 

Total, carried to page V— 10 



Grande Anse, N.B.: New Groyne. 

Foreman, Patrick Hurley, Apr .-Sept., 100-75 d. at $2.50, outlay $21.05 272 92 

Carpenters, 160-75 d. at $1.75, 84-5 d. at $1.50; labourers, 27-25 d. at $1.45, 131-9 d. at $1.40, 

8-5 d. at $1.25; men with teams, 71-2 d. at $2 785 21 

Ballast, 496 cu. yd. at 80c, 109-75 cu. yd. at $1; longitudinals, 17 1. ft. at 10c, 729 1. ft. at 8c, 
2,626 1. ft. at 5c; cross ties, 1,012 1. ft. at 5c, flooring, 7,214 ft. at $14; sheathing, 2,755 ft. 
at $15.; fenders, 1,432 ft. at $12; hauling lumber, 12 loads at $1; sundry $3.26. Paid as 
follows: Albert Ahearn $348.80; Leonard Hurley $60; Thos. W. Riordon $198.85; Edward 
Whelton $63.68; 20 payments under $45, $251.89 923 22 

Small payments: scow $25; sundries $67.61 92 61 

Total, carried to page V— 10 2,073 96 



$ cts. 

129 00 
458 50 
47 90 
t 

200 58 


835 98 


202 50 

863 50 

5 00 

70 94 

\ 562 46 
228 00 


1,932 40 



Grandique Wharf, N.B. 

Charleson, T. P., contract complete $5,895, less $2,600 paid in 1911-12, (page V— 206) 3, 295 00 

Inspector of work, Jude Bourgeois, Apr., June- July, 57 d. at $2.50, outlay $6.75 149 25 

Conductors: A. F. Bvbineau, Dec-Mar., 34-75 d. at 2.50, outlay $8.50; R. R. Poirier, 1 d. 

$2.50 • 97 87 

Labourers, 136-5 d. at $1.50, 3 d. at $1.35; men with teams, 1 d. at $3, 2-8 d. at $2.85, 26-5 d. 

at $2; carpenters, 29-25 d. at $1.75 323 95 

Brownley, H. E., inspector of square timber, 31,721 ft. at 50c per M 15 86 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: drift bolts, 1,340 lb. at $3.42. 5,990 lb. at $2.62 202 77 

Poirier, Isai, constructing fence, 85 rods, with cedar posts, 1 rd. apart and wire fencing 44* 

high 98 50 

Timber, 26,636 ft. at $12, 8,163 ft. at $10; stone, 346-44 cu. yd. at 70c; ballast poles, 83 at 35c, 
144 at -30c, 138 at 25c Paid as follows: Arseneau, Thadde $87.81; Babineau, 
Charles $52.31, Phileas U. $74.27, Simon $61.11; Leblanc, Pierre $111.71; Poirier, Albert 

I. $54.39; 21 small payments $308.81 750 41 

Small payments: labour inspecting fence, 12 d. at $2.50; sundry labour $4 34 00 

Total, carried to page V— 10 4,967 61 



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4 GEORGE V., A. 1914 



Grassy Island, N.B. : In full and final settlement of claim of J. S. Gregory for dredging $ cts. 

performed. 

Detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V-338) 25, 020 00 

Great Salmon River, N.B.: Close-pile West Pier. 

Foreman, Maurice N. Tufts, July-Aug., 48 d. at S3, travel and outlay, $6.40 150 40 

Assistant foreman, Chas. Kelly, 42-75 d. at $2.50 106 88 

Carpenters, 26-75 d. at $2.25, 27 d. at $2, 3d. at $1.80, 75 d. at $1.75 250 81 

Labourers, 3d. at $1.65, 22-75 d. at $1.60, 18-75 d. at $1.50, 5-5 d. at $1.35 76 90 

Man with team, 15 d. at $2.50; hire of horse, 3-25 d. at $1 40 75 

Huntlev, C. A., use of pile driver and equipment, 36 d. at $10 360 00 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: drift bolts, 4,950 lb. at $2.35, screw bolts and washers, 2,410 lb. at $3.55. 201 87 
Pejepscot Paper Co.: spruce timber and lumber, 48,301 ft. at $16; freight on 7,400 lb. bolts, 

$30; cutting and heading bolts, 205 at lie; sundries, $11.50 836 86 

Vouchers outstanding, R. J. Wilkins, P. 92050, $542.03, P. 92299, $91.92 633 95 

Total, carried to page V— 11 2, 658 42 

Green Point, N.B.: Breakwater. 

Advertising 38 44 

Hopewell Cape, N.B.: Wharf Repairs. 

Conductor, Freeman Crocker, July-Aug., Oct., 44 d. at $3 132 00 

Carpenters, 35-75 d. at $2.50, 212-75 d. at $2; labourers, 120-75 d. at $1.75; man with team, 

d. $3.50 729 67 

Bell, Thomas & Co.: hard pine, 1, 500 ft. at $36; cartage, $3.50; freight, $5 62 50 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: iron steps and grating, 3,510 lb. at 6c; spikes, 2,670 lb. at $2.95; drift 

bolts, 1,051 lb. at $2.35; screw bolts and washers, 370 lb. at $3.55; 40 ladder rungs, $7.98; 

freight, $7.45 342 63 

Peck, J. L.: plank and timber, 69,023 ft. at $16, 4,502 ft. at $14, 200 ft. at $12 1,169 78 

Small payments: blacksmith work, $22.50; freight, $20; hardware, etc., $46.73 89 23 

Total, carried to page V— 11 2, 525 81 

Kouchibouguac Harbour, N.B. 

Conductor, John Callander, May-Aug., 76 d. at $3 228 00 

Labourers, 804| d. at $1.50; carpenters, 67 d. at $1.75; men with single teams, 54§ d. at $2 1,433 00 

O'Leary, R.: tarred rope, 351 lb. at 12c; steel wire, 322 lb. at 4-^c; sundry, $3.20 59 81 

Rent of scows, 73 d. at $1, 63 d. at 90c, 70 d. at 75c; paid as follows: Reuben Babin, $56.70; 

Duncan Callander, $52.50; Frank Robicheau, $73 182 20 

Small payments: iron, 440 lb. at 4c; making bolts, $16.71; stone, 20 cu. yd. at 75c; 3 acres 

brush, $15; lumber, $10.20; sundries, $22.04 96 55 

Total, carried to page V— 11 1, 999 5 6 

Lameque N.B. : Wharf Improvements 

Foreman, G. Chiasson, Sept., 14 d. at $2.50, outlay, $4.64 39 64 

Carpenters, 27-25 d. at $1.75, 67-5 d. at $1.50; carter, 1-5 d. at $2 151 94 

Small payments: spruce plank, 2, 950 ft. at $15; wire spikes, 8 kegs at $3.50; 1 keg galv'd nails, $7 79 25 

Total, carried to page V — 11 270 83 

L'Etang N.B.: Wharf Repairs 

Foreman, F. M. Cawley, Feb.-Mar., 34 d. at $3 102 00 

Labourers, 46-5 d. at $2, 36-5 d. at $1.75; carpenters, 10-5 d. at $2.25; man with team, 2-5 

d. at $3 188 01 

Clark & Jackson: ballast poles, 132, 11 ft. long, at 40c, 60, 19 ft. long, at 80c 100 80 

Cook, Reuben, towing logs, 18, 000 ft 60 00 

Justason, Judson, spruce logs, 16, 774 ft. at $17 285 16 

Lewis, Wm. & Son.: drift bolts, 4,030 lb. at $2.55; sundries, $11.36 * 114 12 

McDougall, John M., spruce logs, 17,879 ft. at $18 321 82 

Small payments: horse hire, $48.50; use of motor boat, 3 d. at $3, 9 d. at $2.50; use of scow, 

9d. at$l; rope, 60J lb. at 18c, 63 lb. at 16c; sundries, $10.54 120 46 

Total, carried to page V— 11 1, 292 37 



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Little Gully, M.B.: Breakwater. $ cts. 

Foreman, Fred. Maillet, Nov.-Mar., 34-5 d. at $2.50, 13-88 d. at $2.25 117 50 

Men with teams, 110-65 d. at $2.25; labourers, 115 d. at $1.35; carpenters, 5-25 d. at $1.50.. . . 412 07 

Brait, J. W.: 2 kegs powder, $6.50; sundries, $4.75 11 25 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: drift bolts, 7,150 lb. at $2.99; screw bolts, 5,005 lb. at $3.74, 2,365 lb. 

at $4.24; plate washers, 2,635 lbs. at $3.74; wire spikes, 3 kegs at $2.99 608 76 

Piles, 37, 144 1. ft. at 2c; pickets, 1,700 at 8c; cross ties, 600 at 4c; timber, etc., 8,908 ft. at 
$15; brush, 2 jobs, $80; lumber, 2, 100 ft. at $12, 928 ft. at $13; shingles, 5 M at $2.40. Paid 
as follows: Burns, T. C, $49.26; Cormier, John, $216.11; Legere, Fred. B., $56; Maillet, 
Jos. J., $96, Pierre P., $76; Richard, Alphie P., $69.84, Fabien, $72, Isidore, $51.88, John 
D., $68, Joseph R., $70.16; Thibodeau, Frank J., $131; small payments, $209.50 1, 165 75 

Total, carried to page V — 11 



Loggieville, N.B.: Repairs to Wharf. 

Conductor A. J. Fraser, May-Aug., 86 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, 95 d. at $1.75, 322-5 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 255 d. at $2.50. , 

Loggie, A. & K., hemlock and pine lumber, 13, 950 ft. at $13.50 

Small payments: hardware, $34.46; 42 loads stone, $12.60; smithwork, $11.95. 
Legal services, J. R. Lawlor, Newcastle, N.B 



2,315 33 


215 00 

1,287 49 

188 21 

59 01 

24 00 


1,773 81 


I 

249 57 
204 63 


454 20 



Total, carried to page V — 11 

Lorneville, N.B.: Breakwater Wharf, Extensions and Repairs. 

McAllister, J. K.: caretaker of light on damaged breakwater, Apr. -Mar., 12 m. at $20, oil 

and lantern globes, $9 . 57 

King's Printer, $18.08; advertising, $186.55 

Total, carried to page V — 11 

Mill Cove N.B., Wharf 

Foreman, Jas. Armstrong: July-Nov., 80 d. at $3; logs, 1,940 ft. at $18; ballast poles, 26 at 50c; 

outlay, $6.50 294 42 

Carpenters, 134-48 d. at $2.25, 54-5 d. at $2; carters, 9 d. at $2.75, 5-5 d.at $2.50; labourers, 

56-5 d. at $1.80, 4 d. at $1.75 558 80 

Bell, Thomas & Co.: deals, 9,207 ft. at $18; stowing in car, $2.30; freight, $16.50 184 52 

Johnston, Wm., ballast, 330 cu. yd. at 60c 198 00 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: drift bolts, 5,890 lb. at $2.35; spikes, 405 lb. at $2.95; 17 ladder rungs, 

$3.38; 6 ring bolts, $4.87; freight, $9.06 167 67 

McDougall, John M.: spruce logs, 3,730 ft. at $19; towing logs, $15 85 87 

Small payments: ballast poles, 91 at 50c; hauling, $13.75; sundries, $49.65 108 90 



Total, carried to page V — 11 

Millerton N.B., Wharf 

Legal services, T. W. Butler, Newcastle, N.B 



,598 18 



71 20 



Miramichi Bay, N.B.: Dredging Ship Channel at Grande Dane Flats. 

Northern Dredging Co., detailed with Contract Dredging (Page V — 338) 

Inspectors of work: Frank D. Cunn, June-Aug., 70 d. at $2.50, overtime, 156 h. at 25c; David 

Mclntyre, May-Aug., 84 d. at $2.50, overtime, 92^ h. at 25c 

Advertising 



Less — Northern Dredging Co.: security depositf orfeited for non-fulfilment of contract. 

Total, carried to page V — 11 

Miscou, N.B.: Wharf Extension. 

Reid, E. R. ($4,806.14)— 

Contract complete, $16,840; less $12,040 paid inl911-12 (page V— 208) 

Paid freight on wood preservative 

Inspector of contract work, John M. Wood, June 12-Sept. 15, 85 d. at $2.50 

Total, carried to page V — 11 

1— 16v 



38,592 17 

447 11 

121 78 

39, 161 06 
5,836 08 

33,324 98 



4,800 00 

6 14 

212 50 

5,018 64 



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Mispec, N.B.: Repairs at Harbour Works. $ cts. 

Foreman, S. J. Thomas, Aug.-Oct., 42 d. at $2.50 105 00 

Carpenters, 55 d. at $2; labourers, 74-5 d. at $1.75 240 38 

Bell, Thomas: lumber, 14,420 ft. at $24, 7, 198 ft. at $23; cartage and loading, $11.50 523 12 

Baddington, A. J., towing lumber 50 00 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: bolts and washers, 2,958 lb. at $3.55, 60 lb. at $2.50, 2,018 lb. at $2.35. . . . 153 92 

Small payments: hardware, $24.09; towing and delivering lumber, $15; sundry, $11 50 09 

Total, carried to page V— 11 1, 122 51 



Moncton, N.B.: Berth for Scows and Repairs to Wharf. 

Foreman, Archibald McDougall, May, 22-5 d. at $3 

Carpenters, 21-5 d. at $2; labourers, 40-5 d. at $1.75 

Abrams, John's Sons: 400 lb. bolts, $17.80, sundry, $24.43 

Hall, F. N., stone, 50 cu. yd. at 65c 

Total, carried to page V — 11 



67 50 

113 87 

42 23 

32 50 


256 10 



Neguac, N.B.: Extension of Wharf. 

Foremen: Romain Savoy, June-Oct., 58 d. at $2.50, outlay $34.75; A Stewart, 7 d. at $2.50, 

travel and outlay $12 209 25 

Carpenters, 39 d. at $2.25, 47 d. at $1.75: labourers, 6-49 d. at $1.75, 204-75 d. at $1.50 488 50 

Anderson, J. W. & J., stone, 189 cu. yd. at $1.50 283 50 

Gay, Donald: 4" deals, 10,013 ft. at $14; logs, 38,446 ft. at $14; fenders, 7,117ft. at $17; stringers, 
28 at $7; flooring, 7,452 ft. at $10; pine posts, 1,093 ft. at $20; 8 caps, 920 ft. at $18; ladder, 384 

ft. at $20 1,116 02 

Groat, W. J.: bolts, 5,805 lb. at 3ic; 1 keg spikes $2.85 191 50 

Small payments: hardware, etc., $45.05; sundry $10.40 55 45 

Total, carried to page V— 11 2, 344 22 



North Head, N.B.: Breakwater Wharf Extension. 

King's Printer $18.37; advertising $148.40 



Petite Lameque, N.B.: Wharf. 



Advertising. 



166 77 



11 80 



Petit Rocher, N.B.: Breakwater. 

Foremen: B. H. Cormier, 35-75 d. at $2.50, outlay $18.77; J. Roy, July-Sept., 58 d. at $2.50. . 253 14 

Labourers, 296-71 d. at $1.35, 4-5 d. at $1; carpenters, 40-5 d. at $1.75, 30-5 d. at $1.60; men 

blasting stone, etc., 32-5 d. at $1.50; water boy, 15-74 d. at 50c; men with teams, 97-25 d. 

at $2, 1 d. at $3 778 86 

Comeau, Jerome H.: "Frost" wire fence, 237 rods at 40c; sundries $10.95 105 75 

Des Brisay Bros.: spike bolts, 1,140 lb. at $3.40 per cwt., 535 lb. at $3.50 per cwt 57 48 

Fournier, T., lumber, 4,929 ft. at $16 78 86 

Roy, Anthony: ballast, 38 cu. yd. at 70c; round timber, 1,969 ft. at $12; sq. timber, 744 ft. at 

$16; flooring, 1,278 1. ft. at He 81 30 

Small payments: ballast, 51 cu. yd. at 70c; timber, 3,627 ft. at $12; sheathing, 1,260 ft. at $16; 

1,200 ft. plank, $14; posts for fence, 225 at 7c, 30 at 12c; storage and care of winch, etc., $10; 

sundries $20-73 163 47 

Total carried to page V — 11 1, 518 86 



Pointe du Chene, N.B.: Retaining Wall. 

Foremen: Geo. Gallant, Aug., Jan., 29-5 d. at $3; A. Mugridge, Apr., May, July, 44 d. at $3 220 50 

Derrickmen, 38-5 d. at $2; carpenters, 16-5 d. at $2, 16-5 d. at $1.75; labourers, 252-5 d. at $1.50; 

men with teams, 16 d. at $3, 14 d. at $3.50 , 614 63 

Cooke, C. W.: making points for spiles, 145 at 50c; repairs to spile driver $5 77 50 

Small payments: hand winch $35; brush $35; sundries $15.18 85 18 

Travel and outlay of H. M. Davy 42 30 

Total, carried to page V— 11 1, 040 11 



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Pofntc Sapin, N.B.: Breakwater. . $ cts. 

Taylor, Warren, contract complete $16,890, extra work $2,730; total $19,620, less $4,310 paid 

in 1911-12 (page V— 209) 15,310 00 

Inspector of work, Wm. C. J. D'Aigle, May 15-Dec. 12, 177 d. at $2.50 442 50 

Total, carried to page V— 11 15, 752 50 

Quaco, N.B.: Repairs to Piers. 

Foreman, John Brown, July-Sept., Mar., 58 d. at $3, outlay $5.57 179 57 

Carpenters, 68-5 d. at $2.25, 354-5 d. at $2 863 13 

Carson, Robert: timber, 3,888 ft. at $30, 17,846 ft. at $25, 56,171 ft. at $21.50; mooring post $10; 

28 pieces spruce $10; freight $17.15 1,807 61 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: drift bolts, 16,770 lb. at .$2.35, 540 lb. at $2.55; ladder rungs, 435 lb. at $2.25, 

250 lb. at $2.40; clinch rings, 650 lb. at $12.50; freight $1.20 506 10 

Small payments: wood augers, \ doz. at $16, \ doz. at $12.25; rope 79 lb. $9.68; sundries $15.81.. 39 62 

Advertising 136 62 

Legal services, Burton L. Gerow, St. John, N.B 20 00 

Total, carried to page V— 11 3, 552 65 

Rexton, N.B.: To close-pile and Repair Wharf. 

Conductor, E. J. Hutchinson, June, Aug.-Sept., 81-5 d. at $3, scow hire, 60 d. at 75c, outlay 

$12.25 301 75 

Carpenters, 140 d. at $1.75; labourers, 176-5 d. at $1.50 509 74 

Brait, J. & W.: iron, 1,804 lb. at 2fc; spikes, keg at $3.25, 2 kegs at $3.50; sundries $14.08 73 82 

Burns, T. C: timber, 11,091 ft. at $14; round logs and poles, 16,602 ft. at $13; lumber, 10,945 ft. 

at $13; sundry $3.20 516 57 

Small payments: stone, 150 cu. yd. at 10c; hardware $27.37; sundry $3.25 45 62 

Total, carried to page V— 11 1,447 50 

Rieiiibucto Wharf, N.B.: Reconstruction and Extension. 

Murray, Thos. O.: contract complete $17,000, extra work $535.74; less $6,840 paid in 1911-12, 

page V— 210 10, 695 74 

Inspector of work, Reuben I. Flint, Apr.- Nov., 166| d. at $2.50 416 25 

Foreman, Robert W. Beers, Aug.-Nov., 31 d. at $2.50, 21 d. at $3, outlay $7.08 147 58 

Labourers, 24| d. at $1.50, 119 d. at $1.40; carpenters, 38£ d. at $1.60 264 95 

O'Leary, R.: axle grease, 2 boxes, $33.11; bolts and nuts, 510 lb. at 5c; pointed and headed 

bolts, 800 lb. at 3£c; sundries $19.71 104 32 

Gravel hauled, 568 cu. yds. at 40c, gravel, 405 cu. yd. at 5c; piles, 51 at $3, 60 at $2.50; lumber, 
903 ft. at $14, 1,810 ft. at $13, 37 ft. at $12; teaming, 5\ d. at $4, 3 loads at 75c Paid as 
follows: Daniel Flanagan $71.05; Jasper G. Pine $109.80; Sylvester Richard $150; Joseph 

Savoy, $117; 6 small payments $162.46 610 31 

Small payments: smithwork $25.63; sundries $14.65 40 28 

Legal services: R. A. Lawlor, Newcastle, N.B., $125.05; G. A. Hutchinson, Richibucto, N.B. 

$235.40 360 45 

12,639 88 

Less, charged to Richibucto Beach 65 00 

Total, carried to page V — 11 12, 574 88 

Richibucto Beach: Breakwaters on North and South Beaches. 

North Beach ($13,364.51)— 

Charleson, T. P.: contract complete $20,995; extra work $1,393.51; less $9,450, paid in 1911- 

12, V— ?09 12, 938 51 

Inspector, D. Thompson :May-Oct., 142 d. at $3 426 00 

South Beach ($6,208.79)— 

Charleson, T. P.: estimate 4 to Sept. 30, 1912, on $11,895 contract, $6,000; less $800 draw- 
back 5, 400 00 

Inspector, Jas. Fitzpatrick: May-Oct., 133 d. at $3 399 00 

Loggie, A. & R.: purchase price of site 125 00 

O'Leary, Richard: hemlock, 1,602 ft. at $9; shingles, 10 M at $2.25; sundry $34.92. 71 84 

Small payments: 5 window frames and sashes $15; labour $72.80; sundry $5.80 93 60 

Advertising 2 50 

Legal services: G. A. Hutchinson, Richibucto 116 85 

Detailed with Richibucto Wharf 65 00 

Total, carried to page V— 11 19, 638 30 

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Richibucto Cape, N.B.: Breakwater. $ cts. 

Foreman, Joseph S. LeBlanc: Apr.-Mar., 10 d. at $2.50, 205-5 d. at $3; outlay $7.25 648 75 

Carpenters, 45-44 d. at $2.50, 92-5 d. at $2.25, 24 d. at $1.75 363 72 

Labourers, 693-38 d. at $1.50, l,335-66.d. at $1.35; engineer, 110-24 d. at $2.25 3,091 27 

Men with teams, 284-9 d. at $2.25; crib-builders, 106-5 d. at $3; adzemen, 142-24 d. at $1.75. . . 1,209 46 
Brait, J. & W.: powder, 10 kegs at $3.25; steel wire cable, 150 ft. at $14.24 per 100; sundries $52.82 106 70 

Burns, James F.: timber, 19,790 ft. at $15, 2,842 ft. at $14.50; logs, 19,942 ft. at $13; plank, 

5,934 ft. at $14; release of drawback from 1911-12, page V-210, $319.02 999 39 

Lewis, Wm. & Son, drift bolts, 26,700 lb. at $2.64 704 88 

O'Leary, R.: unloading car, storing, hauling, and delivering iron and bolts, 24-61 tons at $5; 

spikes, 4 kegs at $3.25 136 05 

Timber, 140,240 ft. at $16, 23,863 ft. at $15, 5,220 ft. at $12, 940 ft. at $10; logs, 84,991 ft. at $13, 
6,260 ft. at $12, 5,177 ft. at $9; lumber, 704 ft. at $15, 14,482 ft. at $14, 5,845 ft. at $13; ballast 
poles, 11,9831. ft. at 2c, 3,542 1. ft. at lie; stone broken and hauled, 151 cu. yd. at 75c; stone, 
806 cu. yd. at 5c. Paid as follows: Robert Bell $255.12; T. C. Burns $3,896.96; Fred B. 
Legere $75.12; Francis J. Richard $89.62; Isidore Richard $109.23; 12 small payments 

$218.74 4, 644 79 

Small payments: hardware, oil, etc., $20.28; sundries $13 33 28 

Total, carried to page V— 11 11,938 29 



River St. John, including Tributaries. 

General foreman, D. L. D'Aigle, Apr.-Dec, Feb.-Mar., 11 m. at $50, travel and outlay $330.10 880 10 

Baker Lake, Completion of Wharf ($550.64)— 

Sub-foreman, R. E. Lang, 16| d. at $2, rent of boat 8 d. at $4; carpenter $39.88; labourers 

$109.51; teams $31 .94 .. 246 33 

Lang, Jos. R.: lumber, 366 ft. at $12, 1,053 ft. at $13; lumber sawed, 16,864 ft. at $2. . 51 79 

Martin, Maxime, cedar, 4, 917 ft. at $10, 2, 034 ft. at $12 73 57 

Small payments: lumber 4,915 ft. at $12, 3,022 ft. at $10, 4,316 ft. at $8; iron, 125£ lb. 

at 4c, 800 lb. at,3§c; making bolts, 732 at 2|c; sundry $3.94 178 95 

Chapman's Farm, Breakwater ($250.55) — 

Sub-foreman, Thos. Everett, 12 d. at $2.50; labourers $77 . 88 ; teams $86. 25 194 13 

Small payments: lumber, 3,000 ft. at $5; bolts, 654 at $6.33 56 42 

Grand River, Blasting etc.: foreman, Alphonse Soucy, 11 d. at $2, board of men $44; dyna- 
mite, fuse, etc., $14.25; labourers $115.50 195 75 

Grand Falls to Aroostook, Blasting: foreman, 16 d. at $2.25; labourers $117.51; team $3; 

dynamite $22; sundries $19 . 39 197 90 

Grant's Reef: foreman, 6 d. at $2.25; labourers $52.13; steel, 111 lb. at lie; sundries $15.20 92 98 

Green River above Emerson's Falls: foreman, Germain Toussaint, 10 d. at $2.50, board 

of men $28.75; dynamite $4; labourers $80.25; teams $12 150 00 

Green River below Emerson's Falls: foreman, 7 d. at $2; labourers $78.75; horse hire $7; 

board of men $29.75; dynamite fuse, etc., $17.03 146 53 

Green River, right hand branch: foreman, 5 d. at $2.25; labourers $52.50; team $9; board 

of men $20; dynamite, fuse, etc., $7. 15 99 90 

Iroquois River Blasting: foreman, 19 d. at $2.25; labourers $54.25; teams $30; dynamite, 

fuse and caps $14. 10; sharpening drills, etc, $2.85 143 95 

Iroquois River Improvement ($176.09) — 

Foreman, Frank Bernier, 12 d. at $2, lumber, 3,694 ft. at $10, rock, 5 cords at $3 75 94 

Labourers $36.76; teams $51; iron and bolts $11.39; auger $1 100 15 

Lajoie Wharf: foreman, 14 d. at $2; labourers $84; teams $178; lumber $8; iron $2 300 00 

Little St. Francis River, Blasting and Improvement ($250.26) — 

Foreman, Louis Pelletier, 30-75 d. at $2; .abourers $162.26; teams $14.75 238 51 

Dynamite, fuse and caps $10.25; sharpening drills $1 .50 11 75 

Muniac Rapids: foreman, 12 d. at $2.25; labourers $56; dynamite, fuse and caps $14.75; 

sharpening drills, etc, $8 . 05 105 80 

Riley Brook Breakwater ($301.60)— 

Foreman, Thos. Everett, 21 d. at $2.50, outlay $2.31 54 81 

Teams $108.76; labourers $73.51; bolts, 624 lb. at $6.33; lumber, 5,000 ft. at $5 246 79 

Siegas River Improvement: conductor, Fred.W. Cyr, 24 d. at $2.50; labourers, 45 d. at $2.. . 150 00 

Sisson Brook Blasting: foreman, 16 d. at $2.25; labourers $124.25; teams $22.75; dynamite, 

fuse and caps $14. 75; sharpening drills $1 . 90 199 65 

St. Francis River Blasting: foreman, 8 d. at $2.25; labourers $70.01; teams $7; dynamite $5.. 100 01 

Tilley Rips: foreman, 21 d. at $2.25; labourers $119; dynamite, fuse and caps $22.50; sharp- 
ening drills, rent of boat, etc., $10.46 199 21 

Tobique River Breakwater ($877.06)— 

Foreman, Charlie Giberson, 43 d. at $2.50: labourers $199.06; teams $393.75 700 31 

Baird, Geo. T.: 12 axes $13.25; sundries $18.07 31 32 

Flanders, Miles E., iron bolts, 1,384 lb. at 6.33c 87 65 

Giberson, Tyler, lumber, 4,815 ft. at $12 57 78 

Total, carried to page V— 11 5,367 98 



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V— 245 



River St. John and Tributaries: Construction of Wharfs in Tidal Waters. $ cts. 

General foreman, D. L. D'Aigle, Jan. $50, travel and outlay $20.20. . . 70 20 

Brundage Point Wharf: legal services, Geo. Hazen Adair, Sussex, N.B 7s on 

Fredericton High Water Wharf ($10,118)— ' 8 ^ 

Forbes, Messrs Chas. & Robt., estimate 3 on $19,700 contract, $10,860, less drawback 

$lf090 Q .J,-/) QQ 

Inspector of work, Clarence Brown, Aug. 26-Dec. 31, 102 d. at $3 '3O6 00 

Legal services, Slipp & Hanson, Fredericton, N.B " 42 00 

McAllister's Wharf: Stephen McAllister, supplying and placing 2 fenders on wharf 7 00 

Scotchtown Wharf: Geo. S. Denton, 4 fenders, 4 bolts and iron straps $9, labour $4 50 ' n *0 

Upper Maugerville High Water Wharf ($2,163)— 

Boone, F. L., estimate, 1 to Feb. 28, 1913, on $2,879 contract, $2, 130, less drawback, $210 1 920 00 

Inspector of work, H. R. McCluskey, Dec. 26-Mar. 31, 81 d. at $3 '94* no 

King's Printer $33. 18; advertising $239.75 .■"".!!'.'.".'.!!" 272 93 

Total, carried to page V — 00 1° 722 88 



Sackville Wharf, N.B. 

Downey, O. & W., contract complete $30,643, less $17,730, paid in 1911-12, page V— 212 12 913 00 

Inspector of work, S. B. Atkinson, May 1-Sept. 9, 115 d. at $3; paid freight $9 12 l '354 12 

Conductor, Thos. R. Fillmore, Oct.-Dec, 42-3 d. at $2.50, outlay $7.05. . 112 80 

Labourers, 53-88 d. at $1.75, 152-5 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 5-5 d. at S3. 41 d at $2 50 " W 0^ 

Hicks, Fred.: piles, 4,381 ft. at $16; ballast poles, 4,763 ft. at $14 ." 136 77 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: spikes, 800 lb. at $3.20, 2 kegs at $2.90; drift bolts, 6,710 lb ' at $2 50- 

screw bolts, 380 1b. at $3.70; washers, 105 1b. at $3.50 " ' ojg 88 

Small payments: brush, 90 loads at $1.75; ashes, 45 cu. yd. at 50c; 548 ft. lumber $6. ii.'. 186 41 

Total, carried to page V — 11 24 362~03 



Seal Cove, N.B.: Construction of Breakwater, etc. 

Foreman, Geo. E. Daggett, Sept.-Nov., 43-5 d. at $3 

Carpenters, 48 d . at $2 . 25 ; labourers, 61 • 5 d . at $1 . 75 ; carters, 4 d . at $3 . . . . '. ". '. 1 '. \ ...'. '. ..... 

Fraser, Alice B. & Robt., purchase price of required property 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: screw bolts, 1,388 lb. at $3.55; drift bolts, 880 lb. at $2.35; ladder runes 
775 lb. at $2 . 25; plate washers, 485 lb. at $3 . 55; sundries $10 22 

Sawyer, E. J., timber, 3,424 ft. at $21 ■■■■■■ 

Small payments: spruce, 1,173 ft. at $27; sundries $16.55 .. .' .' .' .' . ................. 

Advertising 

Total, carried to page V— 000 



130 50 
217 62 
200 00 

114 83 
71 90 
48 22 
10 20 


803 27 



Seal Cove: Breakwater Pier on East Side: Grand Manan Island. 

King's Printer $40 . 54; advertising $133 .96 '. 

Legal services, M. N. Cockburn, St. Andrews, N.B 

Total, carried to page V — 11 



174 50 
30 10 



204 60 



Shediac Wharf, N.B. 

Burns & Charleson: contract complete $20,690, extra cribwork, etc., $2,700, total $23 390- 

less $9,490 paid in 1910-11, page V— 198, and less $13,400 paid in 1911-12, page V— 212 ' 500 00 

Inspector of work, E. A. Roberts, July, 2 d. at $2.50 . 5 00 

Foreman, J. C. Bray, 11 d. at $2.50, travel and outlay $40.81 68 31 

Carpenters, 7 d. at $2.50, 11 d. at $1.75 ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 36 76 

Abram's John's Sons, Limited: Davits irons, 1,995 lb. at 3fc '. 69 83 

Charleson, T. P.: creosoted timber, 6,722 ft. at $55; 781 ft. spruco logs $9.37; 585 ft." timber, 

$1 1 . 70 ggQ 70 

Tait, R C. : scantling 1 , 712 ft. at $1,450; hemlock, 800 ft. at $12; labour $17'. 38; ' sundry $5.87 57 67 

White, James E.: galv'd spikes, 4 kegs at $5.25; sundry $4.94 25 94 

Total, carried to page V — 11 l~l"54~29 



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Shippigan Harbour, N.B.: Improvement at Shippigan Gully. $ cts. 

Foreman, Osias De Grace: June-Oct., 71 d at $2.50; head carpenter, 23 d. at $2; travel 311.90 235 40 

Foreman, Samuel G. Robichaud: Sept.-Oct., 43 d. at $2.50; travel and outlay $24.10 131 60 

Conductor, Frank De Grace, July-Aug., 54 d. at $2 108 00 

Carpenters, 241 d. at $1.75, 80-5 d. at $1.60, 14 d. at $1.50; labourers, 396-5 d. at $1.40; men 

with teams, 61-5 d. at $3, 3 d. at $2 1,317 11 

Gauvin, Olivier: piles, 30 at $1 .50; plank, 3,285 ft. at $14 90 99 

O'Leary, R.: rope, 150 lb. at 12c; stove $15; 6 augers, $12.50; \ doz. peavies $10; 2 kegs 

spikes $7; sundry $50.15 112 65 

Robichaud, Leon: plank, 8,883 ft. at $14; piles, 30 at $2, 10 at $1.50; cross ties, 1,300 ft. 

at $15 218 86 

Thome, W. H. & Company: bolts and washers, 11,070 1b. at $3. 70 409 59 

Small payments: brush, 2-8933 toise at $25, -75 toise at $20; cross ties, 1, 300 ft. at $15; lumber, 

600 ft. at $18; livery and truckage, $27.50; stone, 24 cu. yd. at $1; flat boat $17; towing 

$16; cutting bolts, 281 at SO; sundries $15.94 234 68 

Total, carried to page V— 11 ! 2, 858 88 

St. Andrews, N.B.: Repairs and Improvement. 

Conductor, Martin Greenlaw, 135 d. at $3, paid freight $7 412 00 

Carpenters, 14-5 d. at $3. 25, 7-5 d. at $2. 50, 195-5 d. at $2. 25; labourers, 132-85 d. at $2; teams, 

4 d. at $5. 791 48 

Bell, Thomas: spruce, 2,755 ft. at $28, 645 ft. at $18; freight $10 . 20 98 95 

Field, S. E. & Son: screw bolts, 774^ lb. at 8c; drift bolts, 391 lb. at 4c, 52 lb. at 4|c; sundries 

«34 19 114 13 

Greenlaw, G." K. : lumber and timber i 4, 080 ft. at $26, 5, 933 ft. at $24, 350 ft. at $22^ 3,495 ft. 

at $21; ruberoid, 6 double rolls at $5.50; sundries $53.25 415 81 

Greenlaw, Joseph: piles, 156 at $2.25; braces 25 at $1 376 00 

Lewis, Wm. & Son: screw bolts, 5-712 lb. at 4c, 405 lb. at $3.55; plate washers, 1,885 lb. at 

$3.55; freight $8.79 318 56 

Small payments: hire of winch, 95 d. at 30c, 26 d. at 25c; shingles, 10| M at $2.25; labour 

$18 .23; sundries $21 .10 97 96 

Total, carried to page V— 11 2, 624 89 



St. Croix River, N.B.: Dredging. 

Inspector of International Dredging, V. V. Vanstone: May 16-Dec 9, 163 d. at $3; motor 

boat to dredge, 75 d. at $1.; outlay $29.90. . . : 593 90 

Inspector of dumping International Dredging, Oct. 26-Dec 9, 38 d. at $3 114 00 

Total, carried to page V— 11 707 90 



St. John Harbour, N.B.: Improvement and Repairs. 

Work done under F. T. Belyea ($4,153.64). 

Foreman, F. T. Belyea, Apr.-Sept., Nov.-Jan., 9 m. at $100 900 00 

Chainmen, boatmen, guagemen, rodmen, &c, 975 d. at $2 1, 950 00 

Canadian Oil Companies Ltd.: gasoline, 376-56 gal. at 19Jc; 2 steel barrels $20; sundries $18.32 109 75 

Colwell, Stanley: hire of boat, 170 d. at 50c; chainmen, 4 d. at $2; poles, 10 at 20c 95 00 

Driscoll, J. M.: lumber, 401 ft. at $60, 553 ft. at $50, 2,525 ft. at $20, 902 ft. at $18, 1,790 ft. at 

$16, 1,135 ft. at $15; sundries $61 . 11 225 22 

Emerson, Wm. E.: rope, 103 lb. at 13|c; sundries $54.07 67 98 

Mayes, S. Herbert, furnishing and driving piles, 42 at $7. 15 300 30 

Thorne, W. H. & Company: Amazon roofing, 7 squares at $2.50; strand gold wire, 500 ft. at 

9c; manilla rope, 64 lb. at 16c; sundries $161.67 ... 234 41 

Union Foundry and Machine Works, sundry foundry work ? . . 160 58 

Small payments: hire of motor boat, 3 w. at $10; 4§ h.p. crank shaft $19.60; type "B" magnet 

magneto $15; sundries $45.80 110 40 

Negro Point ($16,679.85) 

Foreman, John W. Long, 335 d. at $3.50; engineer, Wellington Lester, 202§ d. at $2.25 1,628 12 

Assistant foreman, George Cobham, 222| d. at $3, hire cf skiff, 32 w. at $3, use of 'phone 

6 m. $6, piling $4 773 50 

Night watchman, Laughlan McVicar, 335 d. at $1.75; day watchman, Thos. Smith, 231 d. 

at $1.75 990 50 

Timekeeper, E. J. Neve, 212 d. at $2.25 477 00 

Carried forward 8,022 76 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

St. John Harbour, N.B.: Improvements and Rep airs— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 8, 022 76 

Negro Point — Concluded. 

Carpenters, 282 d. at $2.50; boatmen and scowmen, 378 d. at $2; concrete trimmers, 8G0| d. 

at $1.90; labourers 2,702-32 d. at $1.75, 86-5 d. at $1.50 8,059 77 

Bell, Thomas: spruce, 4,095 ft. at $21, 3,210 ft. at $18; hemlock plank, 2,800 ft. at $16; pine, 

525 ft. at $40; cartage $4.32 213 88 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co. Ltd.: 20 h.p. hoisting engine with boiler, $765; freight on 

engine $38; lubricator and gauge cock $1 . 61 804 61 

Carleton, Jas. W., labour with horse and cart, 89§ d. at $3 268 50 

Colwell, C. E., coal, 27-35 tons at $6 164 13 

Cowan, J. E., sand, 500 brl. at 25c 125 00 

Driscoll, J. M.: lumber, 840 ft. at $25, 2,427 ft. at $16 59 83 

Elliott, James: chain plate, nippers, shackles, &c, 1,348 lb. at 10c; sundries $25.90 160 70 

Golding, William, granite delivered, 713 cu. yd. at $2.24 1,597 12 

McGivern, James S., coal, 10-3 tons at $5.75 59 23 

McLennan, James: 54" jute, 204 yd.at 10§c, 818 yd. at lie; twine $3. 25 114 65 

McLeod, N. P., hire of gasoline launch, May-Aug., 4 m. at $60 240 00 

Polly, Geo. T.: rubber boots, 11 pr. at $5., 2 pr. at $4; rubber hose, 20 ft. at 58-6c, 20 ft. at 

78 -75c; wheelbarrows, 12 at $3.25 sheet packing, 19£ lb. at 75c.; sundries $7.30 151 21 

Splane, J. & Co.: blocks for wire, 3 at $16; steel wire, 142 lb. at 15c., 48 lb. at 16c; sundries 

$57 . 60 134 58 

Thorne, W. H. & Company, hardware, iron, &c 151 09 

Union Foundry and Machine Works, sundry foundry work 402 15 

Small payments: water $32.69; blacksmithing $32.66; use of hoister and tug boat $18; 

medical services, $11.50; sundries $9.43 104 28 

Fort Dufferin ($1,241.12). 

Foreman, Clayton Ferris, 63 d. at $3., outlay $2 . 13 191 13 

Carpenters, 40 d. at $2.50, 16 d. at $2.25; labourers, 157 d. at $2, 134 d. at $1.75; man with 

team, 6 d. at $5; watchman, 2 d. at $1.75 718 00 

Bell, Thomas: hemlock, 7,350 ft. at $16 . 75, spruce, 689 ft. at $20, 500 ft. at $18 145 88 

Toole, D. G., stone delivered, 125 cu. yd. at $1 .25 156 25 

Small payments: drift-bolts, 4301b. at 2*c; sundries $19.11 29 86 

Generally. 

Sullivan, John: boating officials and rent of boat 51 50 

Vouchers outstanding: R. J. Wilkins, P.91439, $2,255.51, P. 91546, $549.22 2,804 73 

Total, carried to page V— 11 24 , 930 84 

St. Louis, N.B.: Dredging Channel and Construction of Training Pier. 

Conductor, Paul S. Simmonds, Sept., Nov., 36 d. at $2.50 89 98 

Labourers, 291-44 d. at $1.50; men with teams, 3 d. at $3, 2 d. at $2 450 16 

Vantour, Fidele, rent of dredge, 20-75 d. at $13 289 75 

Small payments, rent of scows, 101 d. at 75c 75 74 

Total, carried to page V— 11 885 63 

SI. Louis River, N.B.: Wharf. 

Foreman, Amedee Maillet, June-Aug., 73-5 d. at $2.50, outlay $35.58 219 33 

Sub-conductor, Fred H. Vantour, June-Aug., 44 d. at $1 .75 77 00 

Labourers, 833-5 d. at $1.50; carpenters, 60-5 d. at $2, 42 d. at $1.75; men with teams, 50 d. 

at $3., 10-25 d. at $2; surveyors, 5-5 d. at $2 1,626 24 

Poirier, Marcel J.: iron, 5,115 lb. at 2§c; spikes, 3 kegs at $3.70; sundry $4.72 143 69 

Ballast, 119 cu. yd. at 80c, 200£ cu. yd. at 75c, 17 scow loads at 50c, rent of scows, 128 d. at 
80c, 9 d. at 30c; deal, 11,240 ft. at $11.50, 1,561 ft. at $11, 23,650 ft. at $10; ballast poles, 
119 at 32c, 105 at 40c; hemlock logs, 31,938 ft. at $6, 4,416 ft. at $6.50; lumber, 6,286 ft. 
at $15, 1,990 ft. at $12; sawing lumber, 4,703 ft. at $3.50; sundries $53.33. Paid as fol- 
lows: Abraham Doucet $95.55; Laurent Doucet $80.08; Jacques Johnson $60.52; Dosithe 
Leblanc $134.62; Fidele B. Maillet $146.16; Basile A. Richard $64.63: Fidele N. Richard, 

$129.26; Fred H. Vantour $104.73; 17 small payments, $414.90 . . . 1,230 45 

Small payments: cutting and sharpening bolts, 1,477 at 3c; spikes, 6 kegs at $3.50; dynamite 

$13.75; sundries $50.08 129 14 

Total, carried to page V— 11 3,425 85 



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St. Martins, N.B.: Wharf. $ cts. 

King's Printer 20 16 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. E. Cross 36 80 

Total, carried to page V— 11 56 96 

Tracadie Wharf, N.B.: Repairs. 

Foreman, Maxime Breau, May- July, 64-5 d. at $2.50, outlay $6.45 • 167 70 

Carpenters, 44-5 d. at $2, 12-5 d. at $1 .75; carters, 6-5 d. at $2; labourers, 398 d. at $1.35 661 07 

Benoit, Sam: timber, 541 1. ft. at 8c, pieces, 4 at 70c, 11 at 65c, 9 at 57c, 1 at 45c 58 84 

Small payments: timber, 90 pieces at 57c, sundry timber $46.40; spikes, 9 kegs at $3.25; iron, 

431 lb. at 3c; bolts repaired 500 at 3c, 186 at 4c; sundry $11 .63 173 93 

Total, carried to page V— 11 1,081 54 

Tracadie Harbour, N.B.: Build Additional and Repair Old Breastworks. 

Conductor, Anselin Breau, May, Sept., 27 d. at $2.50 07 50 

Carpenters, 20 d. at $1 .75; carters, 2 d. at $2; labourers, 219-5 d. at $1.35 335 30 

Small payments: brush, 2 jobs at $35; pickets, 400 at 5c; 20 braces $8; 145 lb. spikes $5.05. 103 05 

Total, carried to page V— 11 505 85 

Tynemouth Creek Harbour, N.B. 

Conductor, George Loughery, Sept.-Nov., 40-5 d. at $2.50, outlay $7.05 108 30 

Labourers, 38-5 d. at $2, 132-5 d. at $1.80; man with team 39-5 d. at $4 473 50 

Small payments: road scraper $6; sundries $8 . 36 14 36 

Total, carried to page V— 11 596 16 

Upper Salmon River, Pier, N.B. 

Downey, O. & W., contract for construction of pier complete 5, 386 00 

Inspector of work, Daniel Elliott, Sept.-Nov., 67 d. at $3 201 00 

Martin, Leonard, purchase price of required property 200 00 

Legal services, James E. Cowan, St. John, N.B 73 27 

Total, carried to page V— 11 5.8G0 27 

Wcstfield, N.B.: High Water Wharf. 

King's Printer 11 27 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, New Brunswick: Improvements, &c. 

Bathurst Survey: labour, $103.75, sundry outlay, $35.73 144 48 

Bay-du-Vin: foreman, $6.25; labour $8; plank, 2,955 ft. at $11; 67 lb. spikes, $2.63 49 43 

Beaver Harbour, Testborings ($199.11) — 

Foreman, T. P. Keane, 7 d. at $3.50, travel and outlay, $20.90; labourers, 21 d. at $2 87 40 

Lee, E., hire of gasoline boat with 2 men, 7 d. at $7, rope for anchors, $7.38 56 38 

Thome, W. H. & Co., hardware, etc., $14.83; Union Foundry and Machine Works, $40.50 55 33 
Fredericton to Point Perry Survey, ($823.94)— 

Bennett, Chas. S.: paid labour, 160-5 d. at $2, for inspecting tide gauge, 30 d. at 25c 328 50 

Gibson, J. T.: paid labour, 90 d. at $2, 22-5 d. at $3.50, board, $211.50, sundry outlay $25.19 495 44 
Gautreau Wharf: foreman, 16 d. at $3; labourers, 81 d.at $1.50; horse hire, $3.50; spikes, bolts, 

etc, $8.25 , 181 25 

Grand Dune, Miramichi Survey: labour $60.75; board, $43.70, horse hire, $20, sundry 

outlay, $10.95. 135 40 

Miramichi Bay Survey: labour, $84.25, board, $39, horse hire, $18, smithwork, $4 145 25 

Nashwaaksis Survey: labour, 115-5 d. at $2 231 00- 

Oromocto Survey: labour, 12 d. at $1.50, 20 d. at $2.80 74 00 

Ox Island Survey: labour, 13 d. at $2, 6 d. at $1.75 36 50 

Partridge Island, ($179.43)— 

Beil, Thomas, timber, etc., 1,933 ft. at $32, 1,219 ft. at 520 86 23 

Lumber, 1,000 ft. at $20; piling, 800 1. ft. at 5c, 400 1. ft. at 2c; bolts, 2b0 lb. at 4c; washers, 

nuts, etc., $14.80 93 20 

Carried forward 2, 199 79 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, New Brunswick: Improvements, &c.— Continued. $ cts. 

Brought forward 2, 199 79 

Pointe-du-Chene Survey ($288.12)— 

Foreman, George McLeod, 19 d. at $3.50; labourers, 5