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15 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


A. 1925 


REPORT 


OF THE 


SECRETARY OF STATE 


CANADA 


FOR THE 


YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1924 


PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 



OTTAWA 
F. A. ACL AND 

PRINTER TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 
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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


A. 1925 


To General His Excellency the Right Honourable Lord Byng of Vimy, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., M.V.O., Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

My Lord, — I have the honour to lay before Your Excellency the accom- 
panying report of the Department of the Secretary of State for the twelve 
months ended March 31, 1924. 

I have the honour to be, My Lord, 

Your Excellency’s most obedient servant, 

A. B. COPP, 

Secretary of State. 

Ottawa, April 1, 1924. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


A. 1925 


Ottawa, April 1, 1924. 

The Honourable Arthur Bliss Copp, LL.B., 

Secretary of State of Canada. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit, herewith, my report of the operations 
of the Department of the Secretary of State for the fiscal year 1923-24. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

THOMAS MULVEY, 

Under-Secretary oj State. 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Pages 

Annual Returns of Companies under “The Companies Act” 159 

Canada Temperance Act, Elections under 6 

Commissions to Public Officers 10 

Companies Branch, Report of the 15 

Companies Incorporated under “ The Companies Act ” in 1923-24, 

including Supplementary Letters Patent 16 

Companies Incorporated under “ The Companies Act ” in 1923-24, 

including Supplementary Letters Patent, Index of 143 

Correspondence Branch, Report of the 6 

Naturalization Branch, Report of the 227 

Registrar’s Branch, Report of the 9 


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A. 1925 


CORRESPONDENCE BRANCH 

The Correspondence Branch conducts the general correspondence of the 
department and administers the Boards of Trade Act, Canada Temperance Act, 
Ticket-of-Leave Act, Trade Unions Act and War Charities Act. The general 
correspondence includes the official correspondence of the Dominion Govern- 
ment with the Provincial Governments. 

The volume of correspondence conducted during the year shows a slight 
increase over that of the previous year. The operations under the above Acts 
administered by the department may be briefly noted: — 

Boards of Trade Act 

Seven new boards of trade, a list of which will be found in the report of 
the Registrar’s Branch, were registered during the year. All boards registered 
under the Boards of Trade Acts or under special Acts of Parliament have been 
required since the passage of the Amendment Act. 1920, to make annual returns 
to the department. These returns are examined and filed in the Correspondence 
Branch. 

Canada Temperance Act 

IMPORTATION OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS 

No further plebiscites under Part IV of the Canada Temperance Act were 
taken during the year. The prohibition of importation remains in force with 
respect to the seven provinces which adopted it. A statement of the vote in 
these provinces appears in last year’s annual report. 

EXPORTATION OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS 

Under the amendment made to the Canada Temperance Act at the 1922 
Session of Parliament Orders in Council were passed during the year prohibiting 
the exportation of liquor from the provinces oi Manitoba, Prince Edward Island 
and New Brunswick, respectively. The prohibition of exportation is now in 
force with respect to the provinces of Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Prince 
Edward Island and New Brunswick. The following schedule shows the dates 
of the Orders in Council and dates of coming into effect of the prohibition in 
these provinces: — 


Provinces 

Date of O.C. 

Date effective 

Saskatchewan 

Nov. 11. 1922 

Dec. 15. 1922 

Alberta 

March .5. 1923 

Mar. 15. 1923 

Manitoba 

April 25. 1923 

June 1. 1923 

Prince Edward Inland 

June 19. 1923 

Auk. 31. 1923 

New Brunswick 

Oct. 3. 1923 

Nov. 30. 1923 


ELECTIONS UNDER PART I 

Under this part an election was held on July 31. 1923, in the county of 
Stanstead, Quebec, on a petition for the revocation of the Order in Council 
which brought Part II of the Act into force in that county. The result of the 
vote being in favour of the revocation an Order in Council was passed accord- 
ingly, under date September 14. 1923, revoking the Order in Council of Januarv 
13, 1917, which made the Act effective in the county. The repeal took effect 
from September 22, 1923. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Under the provisions of Chapter 30, 7-8 George V, “ An Act to amend an 
Act in aid of Provincial Legislation prohibiting or restricting the sale or use 
of Intoxicating Liquors,” the operation of Part II of the Canada Temperance 
Act in the county of Guysborough, N.S., was suspended by Order in Council 
without the taking of a vote. The method of suspending the Act without the 
taking of a vote is followed in counties or cities situated in provinces whose 
liquor laws are as restrictive as the Canada Temperance Act. Elsewhere a vote 
is taken on the repeal of the Act. The Order in Council suspending the opera- 
tion of the Act in the county of Guysborough was passed on June 16, 1923, 
and the suspension became effective from July 1, 1923. 

Part II of the Act continues in force in the following places: — 

Ontario. — District of Manitoulin. 

Quebec. — City of Thetford Mines and counties of Brome and Compton. 

Manitoba.— Lisgar and Marquette. 

Ticket-of-Leave Act 

This Act is administered jointly by the Department of Justice and the 
Department of the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State receives peti- 
tions for clemency and communicates His Excellency’s pleasure in relation 
thereto to the parties concerned. The number of sentences which came under 
review in the Remission Division of the Correspondence Branch during the year 
closed was 2,704, as against 2,435 in the previous year, not including “ No Inter- 
ference ” cases, that is, cases which had been under consideration on previous 
occasions and in which clemency was withheld. Licenses or tiekets-of-leave 
were granted in 1,123 cases and temporary licenses in five. These temporary 
licenses are issued for the purpose of allowing prisoners to leave prison for 
medical examination or treatment. 

CAPITAL CASES 

Nineteen capital cases were dealt with in the branch during the year, 
jointly with the Department of Justice. The judges’ reports and the evidence 
in all such cases are filed with the Secretary of State, who also communicates 
His Excellency’s decisions regarding the execution of the sentences to the 
authorities concerned. Of the nineteen cases the death sentence was carried 
out in thirteen; three were commuted; in two cases new trials were granted and 
in one a reprieve. 

War Charities Act 

Some 226 societies are now registered under this Act and arc making annual 
returns to the department. The fact that so many societies are still registered 
is evidence of a determination to pay the full debt due to the soldier and his 
dependents. The Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire is deserving of 
special mention for its sustained interest in this work. Ten new societies were 
registered during the year just closed. These societies are as follows: — 


Name 

Head Office 

Date 

President or Regent 

Secretary 

Nolan-Cornell Chapter. I.O.D.E. 

Italian War Veterans’ Association of 
Canada 

I-ord Kitchener Chapter, I.O.D.E 

Belgian Branch, G.W.V.A 

Montreal Central Branch. G.W.V.A ... 
Hailey bury Chapter, I.O.D.E 

Kingston Post of the G.A.U.V 

Mayo Chapter. I.O.D.E 

Princess Elisabeth Chapter. I.O.D.E.. 
Laura Secord Chapter, I.O.D.E 

Westmount, Quo 
Montreal, Quo. 

Dunnville. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Haileybury, 

( • n t 

Kingston. Ont.. 

Mayo. Y.T 

Toronto, Ont... 
Asquith, Sosk. 

April 9. 1923 
April 12, 1923 

April 17, 1923 
May 25. 1923 
May 25, 1228 
Juno 30, 1923 

July 6. 1923 
Dec. 18. 1923 
Jan 7, 1924 
March 7. 1924 

Mrs. Olive K. Wood. . . 
Vittorio V. Restaldi 

Mrs. Elisabeth Kamins 

Lt.-Col. Chaballe 

Roval E. C. Worry 

Mrs. G. H. Hayward. . 

Dr. J. O. Macdonald. . . 

Miss Louise Cloane 

Miss Martha J. Carson. 
Mrs. P. F. Max field.. . 

Mrs. B. P. Wood. 
Camillo Vetere. 

Miss Mary E. Nicholson 
Oscar Van Hull. 

William Thomson. 

Mrs. E. W. Kearney. 

W. Murray. 

Miss Margaret Gillespie. 
Miss Edna M. Stewart. 
Mrs. H. J. Nod well. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Trade Unions Act 

One trade union was registered during the year. The returns made by 
registered unions were checked and filed in the Correspondence Branch. 

Bankruptcy Act 

Prior to the enactment of the 1923 amendment to the Bankruptcy Act, 
which came into force on October 1, 1923, applications for appointment as 
authorized trustee under the Act were made to the Secretary of State. The 
amendment provided that any person whom the creditors might select could act 
as trustee. No further appointments as authorized trustee have therefore been 
made by the Governor in Council since October 1, 1923, and the functions dis- 
charged by the Secretary of State in regard to the receipt of applications and 
the filing of security have consequently lapsed. Between April 1 and October 1, 
1923, two additional authorized trustees were appointed by the Governor in 
Council, namely, Ernest J. Howson, Chartered Accountant, Toronto, and the 
Eastern Trust Company, Charlottetown. 




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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


REGISTRAR’S BRANCH 


The following is a detailed statement of the work performed in the Regis- 
trar’s Branch for the year ended March 31, 1924: — 


Document 

Engrossed 

and 

Typed 

Recorded 

Total 


j 

1 

2 


2 

43 

45 



7 

7 


3 

57 

60 



601 

601 



171 

171 



146 

146 



21 

21 


78 

78 

156 


243 

243 


1 

1 

9 



7 

7 

Letters Patent of Annuity 

Letters Patent summoning to Senate 

4 

2 

4 

2 

2 

8 

4 

9 


3 

3 

6 



23 

23 



10 

10 



8 

8 



28 

28 


26 

26 

52 


9 

9 

18 



6 

6 


2 

7 

9 


16 

16 

32 


58 

58 


8 

8 


1 

1 

2 

Land Patents 



10 

10 

20 


26 

26 

52 



242 

1,565 

1,807 


1 An annual statutory return of bonds is submitted to Parliament under section 32 of Chapter 19, R.S.C., 1906, givin t 
full particulars of all bonds registered in the branch since last return. 

* Quarterly returns of these lands were sent to the registrar of each city and county in the province of Ontario, and to 
the secretary-treasurer of each city and county in the province of Quebec in which patents were issued, and copies of the 
several returns in Ontario were also sent to the Provincial Secretary of Ontario. 

During the year copies have been made of over 3,000 pages of documents and records including 600 certified copies and 
certificates. 

Over 2,700 searches have been made for company names through the Dominion ana provincial lists of incorporated 
companies in order to prevent duplication in names of companies incorporated. 

A considerable amount of miscellaneous work has been performed, such as typing cards for card index of Dominion and 
provincial companies, proof reading, furnishing memoranda of various kinds, and supplying information from the indices 
and records. 

A list of public officers to whom commissions were issued and lists of boards of trade and one trade union registered since 
the last report are also submitted herewith. 




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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

COMMISSIONS TO PUBLIC OFFICERS 

List of Public Officers to whom Commissions were issued from April 1, 1923, to 

March 31, 1924 


Name 


Barry, John A 


Belton. C. W 

Brodeur.The Honourable Louis Philippe. 


Burke, Stephen Ricker 


Campbell, David 


Cardin, The Honourable Pierre Joseph 

Arthur 

Caron, Jean Baptiste Thomas 


Caron, His Honour Jean Baptiste Thomas 


Congdon, K.C., Frederick Tennyson 
(resigned). 


Coolican. Peter Thomas 
Glover. William John, 
Webster, Arthur, 

Cory, John Garret 


Craig, John Davidson 


Desbarats, C.M.G., George Joseph 

Egan, William John 

Evans, Walter Thompson 

Evans, His Honour Walter Thompson. . 

Gaboury. Louis Joseph 

Gonthicr, Georges 

Graham, The Honourable George Perry 
Harvey, The Honourable Horace 


Office or Appointment 


Date 

When Gazette* 

! 

June 15. 1923 

June 16. 1923 

Aug. 17. 1923 

Sept. 1. 1923 

Oct. 12. 1923 

Oct. 27, 1923 

Oct. 2. 1923 

Oct. 20. 1923 

Mar. 26, 1924 

April 5. IS24 

Jan. 30. 1924 

Feb 9. 1924 

Mar. 29. 1923 

April 14. 1923 

Mar. 29. 1923 

April 14, 1923 

April 21. 1923 

April 28. 1923 

Mar. 4, 1924 

Mar 8. 1924 

Jan. 25,1924 

Feb. 2. 1924 

July 10. 1923 

Aug. 11. 1923 

Mar. 7. 1924 

Mar 22, 1924 

Oct. 2, 1923 

Oct. 13, 1923 

Mar. 29. 1923 

April 14. 1923 

Mar. 29. 1923 

April 14. 1923 

Aug. 17, 1923 

Sept. 1. 1923 

Jan IS. 1924 

Jan. 26. 1924 

April 28. 1923 

May 5, 1923 

May 31, 923 

June 9. 1023 


from the 15th June, 1923 

Chairman of the Federal Appeal Board 
From 31st October, 1923, the Liei 


able Sir Charles Fitzpatrick. G.C.M.G.. 


Edward Island 


National Defence respectively, 
Manitoba, from the year 191* t 
date 


Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 


of Ontario. 


Supreme Court of Ontario . 


with any payment made «*r authorized by the 
Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canadt 
(now the Canadian National Railway Com 


wise, or any payment made or authorized by 
any such company or its shareholders, direc- 
tors or officers incidental to or concurrently 


capital stock of the said Grand Trunk Rail- 
way Company of Canada 


at the Congress of the Universal 
Union to be hold at Stockholm, in the 
dom of Sweden, during the year 1924. 


Manitoba 

An authority to receive from aliens desiring 
be naturalized in the Franklin District, 
the North West Territories, applications 1 
decisions establishing that they are fit and 


ions of the Naturalization Act 

Deputy Minister of National Defence, from 

ipru l. 1924 

Deputy Minister of Immigration and Coloniza- 
tion 


Wentworth, in the Province of Ontario 


the Supreme Court of Ontario 

Deputy Postmaster General 

Auditor General of the Dominion of Canada, 
in the room and stead of Edward Daven 

port Sutherland, deceased 

Minister of Railways and Canals 

From 31st day of May, 1923, to be the Admin- 
inistrator of the Government of the Province 
of Alberta, during the absence, on leave, of 
His Honour the Linanteute Governor 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Public Officers to whom Commissions were issued — Continued 


Name 


Henderson, Captain Archibald Morrison. 


Honeywell, Major Frederick Henry 

(Vice Frederick Tennyson Congdon. 
resigned). 


Office or Appointment 


Date 


When Gazetted 


A Fishery Officer under the Fisheries Act and 
during his term of office as such Fishery 
Officer with the powers of a Justice of the 
Peace for all the purposes of the Fisheries 
Act 

Commissioner to inquire into and report upon 
all circumstances incidental to or connected 
with any payment made or authorized by the 
Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada 
(now the Canadian National Railway Com- 
pany) or its shareholders, dircctorsor officers, 
or by the >.hareholders, directors or officers 
of any subsidiary company to any officer or 
any directors of any such company by way of 
bonus, gratuity, retiring allowance or other- 
wise, or any payment made or authorized by 
any such company or by its shareholders, 
directors or officers incidental to or concur- 


Aug. 25. 1923 


Sept. 15. 1923 


Kenny, Martin John 

Kenny, His Honour Martin John 

La Nause. Charles Deering 


Lapointe. The Honourable Ernest 
Latchford, The Honourable Francis 
Robert 


Latchford, The Honourable Francis 
Robert 


Leblanc, Arthur Thomas 
Lemaire, Ernest Joseph. . 


Lemaire, Ernest Joseph 


Low, The Honourable Thomas Andrew. 


Macdonald. K.C.. The Honourable 

Edward Mortimer 

Macdonald. The Honourable James 
Alexander. 


Maclean, The Honourable Alexander 

Kenneth 

Malouin, The Honourable Arthur Cyrille 

Albert 

Masten, The Honourable Cornelius 


rentlv with the appointment of a receiver of 
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company 
or the negotiations for or the acquisition of 
the capital stock of the said Grand Trunk 

Railway Company of Canada 

Senior Judge of the District Court of the Pro- 
visional Judicial District of Thunder Bay, 

in the Province of Ontario 

A Local Judge of the High Court Division of the 
Supreme Court of Ontario 
A Commissioner to investigate and report in 
respect of dynamite sticks placed near the 
road outside the hatchery gate at North 
east Margaree, in tho Province of Nova 
Scotia, and in the hatchery yard; also in 
respect of the interference with the screens 
in the salmon rearing pond and the damage 
and injury to the lanterns at a trap set for 
catching parent trout for hatchery purposes 

at that place 

Minister of Justice of Canada 

A Justice of Appeal of the Second Divisional 
Court of the Supreme Court of Ontario, and 
to be ex officio a Judge of the High Court 
Division of the said Supreme Court of Ontario 

Chief Justice of t he Second Divisional Court of 
the Supreme Court of Ontario, and to be 
ex officio a Judge of the High Court Division 

of the Supreme Court of Ontario. 

Judge of the King's Bench Division of the 

Supreme Court of New Brunswick 

Clerk of the King’s Privy Council for Canada, 
in the room and stead of Rodolphc Boudreau, 
Esquire, deceased 

A Commissioner per dedimus potestatem to 
administer oaths within the Dominion of 

Canada . . 

Minister of Trade and Commerce in the room 
and stead of tho Honourable James Alexander 
Robb, resigned 

Minister of National Defence 

Administrator of the Government of the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia during the absence, 
on leave, of His Honour the Lieutenant 
Governor 

President of the Exchequer Court of Canada 

A Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Can- 
ada 


May 18, 1923 

Aug. 14. 1923 
Aug. 14, 1923 


Aug. 1. 1923 
Jan. 30, 1924 

July 10, 1923 

Aug. 31, 1923 
Mar. 4. 1924 

Aug. 14. 1923 

Aug. 14, 1923 

Aug. 17. 1923 
Aug. 17. 1923 


Oct. 27, 1923 
Nov. 2. 1923 

Jan. 30. 1924 


May 26, 1923 

Sept. 1. 1923 
Sept. 1. 1923 


Aug. 18, 1923 
Feb . 9. 1924 


July 21, 1923 


Sept. 15. 1923 
Mar. 15, 1924 

Aug. 25. 1923 

Aug. 25, 1923 

Sept. 1. 1923 
Sept. 1, 1923 

Nov. 10. 1923 
Nov. 10, 1923 

Feb. 9. 1924 


Arthur. 


Meath, C. W. E 

Meyer, Charles Conrad 


A Justice of Appeal of tho Second Divisional 
Court of the Supreme Court of Ontario and 
to be ex officio a Judge of tho High Court 
Division of the said Supreme Court of ( )ntario 
A Member of the Federal Appeal Board 
Commissioner to administer oaths and to take 
and receive affidavits, declarations and 
affirmations in Canada in or concerning any 
proceedings had or to be had in tho Supreme 
Court of Canada, and in the Exchequer Court 
of Canada 


July 10. 1923 
Aug. 17, 1923 


April 20. 1923 


July 21. 1923 
Sept. 1. 1923 


May 5. 1923 


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List of Public Officers to whom Commissions were issued — Continued 


Name 


Office or Appointment 


Date 


When Gazetted 


Middleton, The Honourable William . . . 


Mulock. K.C.M.G., The Honourable 
Sir William 


Mulock. K.C.M.G., The Honourable 
Sir William 


A Justice of Appeal of the Second Divisional 
Court of the Supreme Court of Ontario, and 
to be ez officio a Judge of the High Court 
Division of the said Supreme Court of 
Ontario 


Chief Justice of the Second Divisional Court 
of the Supreme Court of Ontario, and to be ez 
officio a Judge of the High Court Division 
of the said Supreme Court of Ontario 


Mulock. K.C.M.G., The Honourable 
Sir William 


Chief Justice of the First Divisional Court of 
the Supreme Court of Ontario with the style 
and title of Chief Justice of Ontario and to be 
ez officio a Judge of the High Court Division 
of the said Supreme Court of Ontario 


McDougal. John Alexander . 


McKenzie, The Honourable Daniel Dun- 
can 


Administrator of the Government of the Prov 
ince of Ontario, during the absence, on leave, 
of His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor. . 

An authority to receive from aliens desiring to 
be naturalized in the Mackenzie District, in 
the Northwest Territories, applications for 
decisions establishing that they are fit and 
qualified to be naturalized under the provi- 
sions of the Naturalization Act 


McKeown, The Honourable Harrison 
Andrew 


A Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Nova 
Scotia 


McMurray, The Honourable Edward 

James 

McPherson, Alexander Nugent 


Commissioner to investigate and report upon 
the affairs of the Home Hank from tne date of 
its charter to the date of its failure 


Oliver, The Honourable Frank 

Orde, The Honourable John Fosbery . . . 

Perodeau, The Honourable Narcisso. . . 
Pugsley, The Honourable William 


Pugsley, The Honourable William. 


Solicitor General of Canada 
A Junior Judge of the County Court for the 
Eastern Judicial District of the Province of 
Manitoba 

A Member of the Hoard of Railway Commis- 
sioners for Canada, in the room and stead of 
J. G. Rutherford, Esq., deceased 
A Justice of Appeal of the Second Divisional 
Court of the Supreme Court of Ontario, and 
to be ex-officio a Judge of the High Court Di 
vision of the said Supreme Court of Ontario 
Lieutenant-Governor in and over the Province 
of Quebec, in the room and stead of the Hon- 
ourable Louis Philippe Brodeur. deceased... 

A Commissioner to investigate nnd report upon 
the claims filed in the Department of the 
Secretary of State pursuant to advertise- 
ments therefor, namely:— 

(a) Claims of persons residing or carrying 
on business in Canada who have been sub- 
jected to loss and pecuniary damages arising 
through the destruction of life and property 
through the illegal warfare of the enemy, and 
(t) Claims for damages to which persons 
residing or carrying on business in Canada 
have been subjected for breaches of contracts, 
which contracts were prevented from being 
carried out owing to the operation of the 
Statutory List of Persons in neutral countries 
with whom such contracts were declared ille- 
gal, for the purpose of determining whether 
they are within the categories set forth in 
Annex 1 of Part VIII (Reparation) Section 
I of the Treaty of Peace between the Allied 
and Associated Powers and Germany, signed 
at Versailles. June 28, 1919. and the fair 
amounts of such claims, and to make such 
findings as may be of assistance to the 
Government of Canada in determining which 
if any. of such claims, should be paid and the 
extent of payment thereof, and for the purpose 
of considering and recommending to the 
Custodinn of Enemy Property releases where 
the parties are necessitous, suffering and in 

To investigate and report upon all claims which 
may be submitted to him for the purpose of 
determining whether they are within the 
first Annex to Section I of Part VIII of the 
Treaty of Versailles (O.C. 9 10/ 23) amending 
Commission dated Mar. 13, 1923 


July 

10. 

1923 

July 

21. 

1923 

July 

10, 

1923 

July 

21. 

1923 

Aug. 

31. 

1923 

Sept. 

15. 

1923 

Jan 

15. 

1924 

Feb. 

o 

1924 

July 

10, 

1923 

Aug. 

11. 

1923 

Apri 

11. 

1923 

April 

14. 

1923 

Feb. 

27, 

1924 

Mar. 

22 

1924 

Sept 

12, 

1923 

Sept 

22. 

1923 

Nov 

29, 

1923 

Dec 

8. 

1923 

Sept 

21. 

1923 

Oct. 

6. 

1923 

Aug. 

31. 

1923 

Sept. 

15. 

1923 

Jan. 

8. 

1924 

Jan. 

12. 

1924 


Mar 13, 1923 


May 21, 1923 


Mar 24, 1923 


not gazetted 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Public Officers to whom Commissions were issued — Continued 


Name 


Office or Appointment 


Date 


When Gazetted 


Reilly. C.B .. 

Richard, Clovis Thomas 


Rivet, Louis Adhemar 


A Member of the Federal Appeal Board ... 

A Commissioner to investigate and report upon 
charges of political pnrtizanship against Gov- 
vernment employees in the Province of New 
Brunswick 

A Stipendiary Magistrate for the Northwest 
Territories 


Robb. The Honourable James Alexander 

Robertson, C.M.G., James W 

Johnston. K.C., James J. 

Bancroft, Fred. 


Minister of Immigration and Colonization . . 

Commissioners to inquire into the cause of 
the industrial unrest among the steel workers 
at Sydney, in the Province of Nova Scotia 
and the circumstances which occasioned the 
calling out and the retention of the Militia 
in aid of the civil power in connection with 
the said unrest, and also into the relations 
between the employers and employees con- 
cerned 


Roy. John 

Roy, Ernest 

Scott, The Honourable David Lynch. . . 
Shaw, Duncan Edgar 

Sheppard, Llewelyn 


Smith, The Honourable Robert 


Smith, The Honourable Robert 

Starnes, Courtland 

Stuart, The Honourable Charles Allan. . 

Tanton, Bannerman Warburton 

Thompson, Andrew T 


Tory, Henry Marshall. 


Trahan, Arthur Nicolet 

Trueman, K.C., Walter Harley 


Turgcon, The Honourable William Fer- 
dinand Alphonse 

Rutherford, Professor William John, 
McGibbon, Duncan Alexander, 

Scott, James Guthrie, 


A Member of the Federal Appeal Board 

A Puisne Judge of the Superior Court in and for 

the Province of Quebec 

Administrator of the Government of the Prov- 
ince of Alberta, during the absence, on leave, 
of His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor. . . . 
A Commissioner to investigate and report upon 
charges of political pnrtizanship against 
Government employees in the Province of 

Prince Edward Island 

A Fishery Officer under the Fisheries Act and 
during his term of office as such Fishery 
Officer with the powers of a Justice of the 
Peace for all the purposes of the Fisheries 

Act 

A Justice of Appeal of the Second Divisional 
Court of the Supreme Court of Ontario, and 
to be ex officio a Judge of the High Court 
Division of the said Supreme Court of 

Ontario 

A Justice of Appeal of the First Divisional 

Court of the Supreme Court of Ontario 

From April 1. 1923, Commissioner of the Royal 

Canadian Mounted Police. 

Administrator of the Government of the Prov- 
ince of Alberta during the absence, on leave, 
of His Honour the Lieutenant Governor. . . . 
A Commissioner to investigate and report upon 
charges of political purtizanship against 
Government employees in the Province of 

Prince Edward Island 

Commissioner to investigate and report upon 
the affairs of the Six Nations Indians, inclu- 
ding matters relating to education, health, 
morality, election of Chiefs, powers assumed 
by Council, Administration of Justice, Sold- 
ier’s Settlement and uny other matters affec- 
tign the management, life and progress of the 
said Indians as may be required by the Su- 
perintendent General of Indian Affairs 

Chairman of the Honorary* Advisory Council 
for Scientific and Industrial Research, in the 
room and stead of Dean Frank D. Adams, 

who has resigned the said office 

A Puisne Judge of the Superior Court in and for 

the Province of Quebec 

A Judge of the Court of Appeal for Manitoba, 
and rt officio a Judge of the Court of King's 
Bench for Manitoba 

Commissioners to inquire into the report upon 
the subject of the handling and marketing of 
grain in Canada, and other questions incident 
to the buying, selling and transportation of 
grain; and in particular but without restrict- 
ing the generality of the foregoing terms upon 
the following matters; — 

1. The grading and weighing of grain; 

2. The nandling of grain in and out by 
country elevators and from country points; 

3. The operation of terminal, public and 
private elevators; 

4. The mixing of grain; nnd 

5. The disposition of screenings 


Aug. 17, 1923 

June 26, 1923 

June 19. 1923 
Aug. 17, 1923 

Sept. 22, 1923 
Aug. 17, 1923 
Jan. 30, 1924 

Mar. 10, 1924 
Sept. 12, 1923 

Aug 23. 1923 

July 10, 1923 
Jan. 15, 1924 
Mar. 29, 1923 

April 6, 1923 
Oct. 2. 1923 

Mar 20. 1923 

Oct. 5, 1923 
April 25, 1923 

April 14. 1923 


Sept. 1, 1923 

July 7, 1923 

Juno 30, 1923 
Sept. 1, 1923 

Oct. 6, 1923 
Sept. 1, 1923 
Feb. 9, 1924 

Mar. 15, 1924 
Sept. 29. 1923 

Aug. 25. 1923 

July 21, 1923 
Jan. 26, 1924 
April 14, 1923 

April 14, 1923 
Oct. 20. 1923 

April 7, 1923 

Oct. 13. 1923 
May 5, 1923 

April 28, 1923 


May 1. 1923 


May 12, 1923 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1S25 

List of Public Officers to whom Commissions were issued — Concluded 


Name 

Office or Appointment 

Date 

When Gazetted 



Sept. 1, 1923 
Aug. 17, 192^ 

Aug. 31. 1923 

Oct. 13. 1923 



Sept. 1. 1923 
Sept. 15. 1923 

Williams, A. S 

Sinclair. K.C., R. V.. 

McFadden, K.C., Uriah 

Commissioners to investigate and report upon 
the validity of a claim made by certain 
Indians of the Chippewa and Mississauga 
tribes who have claimed that the said tribes 
were and are entitled to a certain interest in 
lands in the Province of Ontario to which the 
Indian title has never been extinguished by 
surrender or otherwise, and should the said 
commission determine in favour of the valid- 
ity of the said claim to negotiate a treaty 
with the said Indians 

Wnght, William Henry 

\ Judge of the Supreme Court of Ontario and a 
Member of the High Court Division of the 
said Court and to be ei officio a Member of the 
Appellate Division of the said Court 

Aug 31. 1923 

Sept. 15. 1923 

Wright, William James 

A Commissioner to administer oaths and to 
take and receive affidavits, declarations and 
affirmations in any and every of the United 
States of America in or concerning any pro- 
ceeding had or to be had, in the Supreme or 
Exchequer Courts of Canada and to adminis- 
ter, take and receive such other oaths, affi- 
davits, declarations and affirmations as by- 
law it is competent to administer, take or 
receive in any and every of the said United 
States of America 

Dec. 23, 1923 

Jan 5. 1924 


Boards of Trade Registered under The Boards of Trade Amendment Act, 1920 


Name 

Address 

Date of Formation 

Hope and District Board of Trade 

Olds Board of Trade and Chamber of Commerce 

Ashcroft and District Board of Trade 

The Board of Trade of Guys borough 

Hope. B.C 

Olds, A lbcrta 

Ashcroft. B.C 

Guysborough. N.S 

16 October. 1922. 

10 May. 1923. 

19 July. 1923. 

13 August. 1923. 

22 September. 1923. 
21 September. 1923. 
1 December, 1923. 




Smithers, B.C 



Trade Unions Registered under the Trade Unions Act, Chapter 125, R.S.C., 

1906 





Name 

Address 

Registration 

Vancouver and District Water-front Workers Association 

Vancouver, B.C 

4 February. 1924. 


REPORT OF THE COMPANIES BRANCH 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


THE COMPANIES BRANCH 

The number of companies incorporated under the Companies Act and 
amending Acts during the fiscal year 1923-24 was 604, including 20 corporations 
without share capital and 53 companies having shares without nominal or par 
value. The total capitalization of new companies having par value shares was 
$183,986,933.33, and the working capital of companies having shares without 
nominal or par value was $20,659,350. The number of existing companies to 
which Supplementary Letters Patent were issued was 168, of which 58 increased 
their capital stock by the amount of $15,352,755, while 27 decreased their capital 
stock by $57,944.40, the remaining 83 being granted Supplementary Letters 
Patent for various purposes such as change of name, extension of powers, etc. 
There were thus issued during the year a total of 772 charters and supplementary 
charters, the total capitalization of new companies and the increased capital 
of existing companies including the working capital of companies having shares 
without nominal or par value being $219,999,038.33. The usual synopses (with 
index thereto) giving full particulars of all companies incorporated, as well as 
of Supplementary Letters Patent to existing companies, granted during the fiscal 
year, are appended hereto. 

The total number of documents registered pursuant to provisions of section 
69a of the Companies Act during the fiscal year was 103, the total amount 
secured being $101,758,264.75. The instruments entered in the Register of 
Mortgages and Charges include 72 Trust Deeds, 12 Supplementary Trust Deeds, 
11 Debentures not covered by Trust Deeds, 1 Charge secured by By-law and 
4 Appointments of Receiver. There were also registered 3 Discharges and 
Memoranda of Satisfaction of Charges previously registered. 

The number of returns submitted under section 106 of the Companies Act 
during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1924, was 5,026 — an increase of 476 
when compared with the number (4,550) received during the previous year. 
Certain details from the summaries submitted by 4,176 companies for the fiscal 
year ended March 31, 1923, appear in the annexed list, the remaining 850 
returns being delinquents for previous years. The number of returns filed con- 
tinues to increase, notwithstanding that a considerable number of companies 
have ceased to subsist, the charters of 146 of which were returned during the 
year to the department. Advice was also received to the effect that some 332 
other companies were in bankruptcy or being liquidated. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 


SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT ISSUED TO COMPANIES INCOR- 
PORATED UNDER “THE COMPANIES ACT,” PART I OF 
CHAPTER 79, R.S.C., 1906. AND AMENDING ACTS, 

FROM APRIL 1, 1923, TO MARCH 31, 1924 


“DE KERMOR ELECTRIC HEATING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 2, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $500,000 
Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Louis George de Kermor, engineer; and Byron William Parker, 
structural engineer, of Winnipeg, Man.; and Joseph Sterling Martin, agent; John 
Cormack, barrister; and Leo Leclerc, grain buyer; of Edmonton, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directois. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 4519, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 3, 1923, to 
“ARGONAUT GOLD, LIMITED,” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $3,000,000 to the sum of $4,000,000, being 
an increase of 1,000.000 shares of the par value of $1 each. 

Vide p. 4348, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE GATINEAU SANITORIA LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 3, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — John Francis Perry, of Wakefield, Que., insurance agent; Thomas 
W. Patterson, hotel clerk; Joseph Elias Doyle, insurance manager; Harry Arthur Lynch 
and Charles Bruce, civil servants, of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Cascades. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4336, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“GEM MOTORS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 3, 1923. - -- -- -- -- -- Amount of capital stock, $1,000. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — James Stewart, accountant; Hamilton James Stuart and McGillivray 
Aylesworth, barristers-at-law; Ernest Bogart and John Bell Aylesworth, students-at- 
law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Stewart, Hamilton James Stuart and McGillivray 
Aylesworth. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4424, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“MILLER FIRE APPLIANCES LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 3, 1923. - -- -- -- -- -- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members.— Roland Larabee, secretary; Percy Roycroft, Thornton Clifford 
Champion, Douglas Blackader Berry and David Harris, accountants; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4344, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 3, 1923, to 
“PRAIRIE OILS, LIMITED,” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from SCO, 000 to the sum of $200,000, being an 
increase of 140,000 shares at SI each. 

Vide p. 4433, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ WECO PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 3, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of Capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shaTes, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Delamere Magee, accountant; Ernest Harold Stewart and 
William Bain, book-keepers; Harold Watson Keyes, student-at-law; and Gregory 
Sanderson Hodgson, barrister-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provsional Directors.— Charles Delamere Magee, Ernest Harold Stewart and 
William Bain. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4425, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“DOMINION STEVEDORING CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated Aprir 4, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Arthur Major and Laurent Justinien Marchand, contractors; 
Simon Labrosse, accountant; Annette Labrosse, spinster; and Gaetan Labrosse, 
traveller; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Proinsional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4339, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“GATES ENGINEERING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 4, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 
Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Noel Chauvin, John Joseph Meagher, and Harold Earle 
Walker, of His Majesty’s counsel, learned-in-the-law ; Henri Crepeau and Jean Martineau, 
advocates; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4343, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 4, 1923, to 
“W. A. MARSHALL AND COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED,” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $25,000 to the sum of $200,000, being 
an increase of 1,750 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 434S, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN” 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated April 5, 1923. - -- -- -- -- -- -- Without share capit&l 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Dougall Blackader. Harold Beveridge Cushing. Alton 
Goldbloom, Lionel Mitcheson Lindsay and Harry Pulteney W right, of Montreal, Que.; 
Alan Brown. Alfred Purvis Hart. Edward Archibald Morgan, George Robinson Pirie, 
Alan Woodbum Canfield and George Edward Smith, of Toronto. Ont.; George 
Alexander Campbell, of Ottawa, Ont.; and Thomas Crossan Clark, of Hamilton, Ont.; 
all physicians and surgeons. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief office of said Corporation. — Toronto, Qnt. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 4416, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

15 GEORGE V, A. 1025 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 5, 1923, to 
“THE COBOURG DYEING COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

(And reduced) decreasing the capital stock of the company from $190,000 to the sum of 

S100,000. 

Vide p. 4435, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 5, 1923, to 
“MAGUIRE, PATERSON & PALMER (CANADA), LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of “Canadian Splint it Lumber 

Corporation, Limited.” 

Vide p. 4433, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 5, 1923. to 
“THE MILLS SECURITIES, LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of “ The Mills Company, Limited. 
Vide p. 4348, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 5. 1923, to 
“THE ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION AND PULP COMPANY. LIMITED,” 

Changing the corporate name of the Company to that of “Chicago Tribune Transportation 

Company, Limited.” 

Vide p. 4348, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 5, 1923, to 
“RUGG BALL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED." 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $20,000 to the sum of $40,000. being an 

increase of 200 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 4348, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“THE CITY AND SUBURBAN MOTOR BUS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 6, 1923 - -- -- -- -- -- Amount of capital stock, S250.000. 
Number of shares, 2.500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Frederick Lucas, Craig McKay and Ian MacLean Maedonnell, 
barristers-at-law; Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, law clerk; and Willis Bertram Sturrup, 
office manager; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — John Frederick Lucas, Craig McKay and Thomas Stewart 
Hagan Giles. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4418, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE GIBB HOLDING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 6. 1923, - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of preferred shares 1,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares 6,000. — Amount of each common share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — William Langley Bond, one of His Majesty’s counsel, learned-in- 
th e-law ; Lucien Beouregard, advocate; John Bicknell Johnson, accountant; Netta 
Amy Collins and Susan Long, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Langley Bond, Lucien Beauregard and John 
Bicknell Johnson. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4530. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued Apnl 7, 1923, to 
“THE MORGANTHALER COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of “Stuart A. Howard, Limited”. 
Vide p. 4433, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


SYXOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE HAMMERSTEIX GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 9, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, SI, 000,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members. — Adrien Potvin, of St. Boniface, Man., translator; Bernard Phillips, 
of North Battleford, Sask.. agent; Joseph Edouard Michaud, physician; and Joseph 
Gilbert Chenier, piano dealer; of Hull, Que.; and Marc Azarie Menard, agent; Russell 
Hall, civil servant; Hector Menard, accountant; Harry Warren Briggs, manufacturer's 
agent: and Arthur Beaulieu, commercial traveller; of Ottawa. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Adrien Potvin, Joseph Edouard Michaud, Joseph Gilbert 
Chenier. Marc Azarie Menard. Hector Menard, Harry Warren Briggs and Arthur 
Beaulieu. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4429, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 10, 1923, to 
“CANADA STEEL GOODS COMPANY LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of “The Stanley Works of Canada, 

Limited.” 

Vide p. 4433, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“CANADIAN PLAYING CARD COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 10, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount, of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and Harold Eldon 
Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Russell Mckenzie, Francis George Bush and 
Harold Eldon Reid. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4422, Cmada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ ESSEX TRANSIT COMPANY. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated April 10, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2.000 — Amount of each, share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Alonzo Chilver and Louis Alvin Merlo, of Walkerville, Ont., 
contractors; Thomas Chick, of Ford. Ont., contractor: John Digby Chick, contractor; 
and Gerald McHugh, barrister-at-law; of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ford, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4429, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“LA CIE, DE GRILLES A EAU RADIATEUR, LIMITEE ” 

Incorporated April 10. 1923. - -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000 — Amount of each share, $25 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Boutin Bourassa, of St. Romuald, Que., notary; Ferdinand 
Frechette, manufacturer; Adolphe Marier, Michel Marcoux, Joseph Moreault, Albert 
Huot, Adelard Boutet. Joseph Fortier. Leon Fortier, Joseph Giguere. Joseph Arthur 
Fortin, Fortunat Mathieu, Telesphore Guerin, Omer Lavertue, Arthur Filion, Louis 
Bedard and Joseph Pierre Laliberte, railway employees, of Charny. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Ferdinand Frechette, Adolphe Marier, Joseph Moreault 
and Albert Huot. 

Chief place of Business. — Charny, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4526. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“NATIONAL DETECTIVE SERVICE LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 10, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500 — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Olivier Deschamps, manufacturer; Georges Lapierre and Eugene 
Lafreniere, detectives; Joseph Duguay, advocate; and Arthur Lapierre, tailor; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 4427, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ RAPID MACHINE WORKS, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 10, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500 — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate; Francis George Bush and Her- 
bert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and Harold Eldon Reid, 
stenographers; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4421, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE REG. N. BOXER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 10, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $750,000. 

Number of shares, 7,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley Whitehead, Bruce Victor Mc- 
Crimmon, Cyril Frederick Harshaw Carson and John Gowans Middleton, all of Toronto, 
Ont., solicitors. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley Whitehead, Bruce Victor 
McCrimmon and Cyril Frederick Harshaw Carson. 

Chief place of Business. — New Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4524, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE SAFETEE GLASS COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 10, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $10 

Corporate Members. — Allan Joseph Fraser and Redmond Code, barristers-at-law; John 
Drumond Code and Harry Beer, accountants; and Marie Smith, stenographer; all of 
Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Redmond Code, John Drummond Code and Marie Smith. 
Chief place oj Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4521, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“AVERAGE ADJUSTERS OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 11, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members— Arthur Ramsay Holden and Chilion Graves Heward, both of His 
Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the-law; Herbert William Shearer, manager; Alfred 
Boreham Wright and Bruce Forbes, stenographers, all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company.— Vide p. 4517, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


SY.XOPSES OF LETTERS VAT EXT 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


“CONSIDIN E-R El D, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 11, 1923- - -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Eugene Francis Considine and John Frederick Reid, contractors; 
Charles Patrick McTague, James Howard Clark and Lome Raeburn Cumming, barristers- 
at-law; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Eugene Francis Considine, John Frederick Reid and Charles 
Patrick McTague. 

Chief Place of Business. — Windsor. Ont. ■ 

Objects of Company. — Vide p. 4430. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“STERLING APPRAISAL COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 11, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members . — John Bruce O’Brien and James Moffat Forgie, barristers-at-law; 
Mathew Lytle Foster and Edward Carman Roelofson, managers, and Jean Courtney, 
stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — John Bruce O'Brien, James Moffat Forgie and Jean Courtney. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4427, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 12. 1923, to 
“INTERNATIONAL FIBRE BOARD COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company, by deleting and expunging from 
the capital stock clause the provisions respecting preferred shares. 

Vide p. 4533, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“JORDAN, ROBERT SALES LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 12, 1923 - -- -- -- -- -- Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Willoughby Staples Brewster, barrister-at-law; William Henry Car- 
penter and Charles Edward Kitchen, manufacturers; Henri Kew Jordan, sales manager; 
and Edward Frederick Roberts, salesmen; all of Brantford. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief Place of Business. — Brantford, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4527, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“LAUGHLIN’S PRODUCTS LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 12, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock. $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1.000 — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 10.000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 
Corporate Members . — John Phillip McKenzie Laughlin. of Welland. Ont.. manufacturer; 
Clifford Elmore Gordon, financial agent; Herbert Capewell. broker: William Metcalfe 
Fahey, insurance manager; and Clement George Booth, manufacturer; all of Toronto, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors — The said corporate members. 

Chirl p'acc of Business . — Welland Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4420, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“DRUMMOND & Co. LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 14. 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock. $60,000. 
Number of shares. 600. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members.— Francis Josenh Laverty. one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the- 
law; Charles Albert Hale. Shirley Greenshields Dixon and Arthur Ives Smith, advocates; 
and Miry Hal! Young, clerk: all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Francis Joseph Laverty. Charles Albert Hale and Shirley 
Greenshields Dixon. 

Chief place of Business , — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company . — Vide p. 4520. Canada Gazette. 1922-23. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“THE W. AND C. WINDOW REGULATOR COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 14, 1923. .Amount of capital stock. $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — John James Murray, James Morgan Riddell, William Gunn Owens 
and William Edward Goodwin, barristers-at-law; and Isobel Brintnell, stenographer; 
all of Stratford, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John James Murray, James Morgan Riddell and William 
Edward Goodwin. 

Chief place of Business. — Milverton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4531, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“WELLWOOD & WHELAN, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 14, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500 — Amount of each share, $100 

Corporate Members. — Edward Astley Goodier and Harold Roy Watts, accountants; Archi- 
bald Campbell Wellwood and John Thomas Whelan, salesmen; of Ottawa. Ont.; and 
Henry Samuel Thomas Wooster, of Westboro. Ont.. accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Archibald Campbell Wellwood, John Thomas Whelan and 
Henry Samuel Thomas Wooster. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4523, Canada Gazette. 1922-23. 

“THE YUKON CONSOLIDATED GOLD CORPORATION LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 14, 1923. - -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $6,000,000. 

Number of shares, 6.000.000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members. — Gordon Walters MacDougall. one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned- 
in-the-law; Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott. Adrian Knatchbull-Hugessen and 
Maurice Theodore Lafleur. advocates; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4604,. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ACKROYD BROTHERS (CANADA) LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 16, 1923. - -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William John McWhinney, Edmund Perceval Brown, Thomas Haldane 
Wickett, gentlemen; Alan George Gordon Keith, accountant; and William Emerson 
Dyer, student-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business.—' Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 4775, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 16, 1923. to 
"G. T. ARMSTRONG & SONS, LIMITED. ” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $150,000 to the sum of $250,000, being an 
increase of 1.000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 4533. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“MANUFACTURERS’ FINANCE CORPORATION LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 16, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock. $6,500,000. 
Number of shares, 650,000.— Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Brotchie Nasmith and Robert Fennell, solicitors: Joseph 
Louis Shannon, barrister-at-law; Harry Gowans Kent, builder; Russell Edwards Evans 
and Elsie Marion White, secretaries; Anna Beatty McCartney and Hazel Parkes, 
stenographers; and Wilfred Gladstone Hughes, book-keeper; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company . — Vide p. 4516, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“COASTAL OILFIELDS OF COLOMBIA, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated April 18, 1923 - -- -- -- -- Amount of capital stock, $17,500,000. 

Number of shares, 3,500.000. — Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Herbert Croft Leggott, Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Nellie 
MacDonald, Ethel Hawkes, stenographers; and Jessie Mildred Perry, office clerk; all 
of Toronto, Ont, 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Herbert Croft Leggott, Edna Fitzsimons and Nellie 
MacDonald. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 4595, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE H. J. GREEN COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 18. 1923. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Sydney Ellis \Yedd, Roy Beverley Whitehead, Bruce Victor Mc- 
Crimmon, Cyril Frederick Harshaw Carson and John Go wans Middleton, solicitors; 
Samuel Davidson Fowler, solicitor’s clerk; and Anna Latimer, clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4602, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April IS, 1923, to 
“IMPERIAL PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of “Imperial Oil Refineries, 

Limited.” 

Vide p. 4533, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“MUSICAL MERCHANDISE CO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 18, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stoak, S150.000. 

Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Delamere Magee, accountant; Ernest Harold Stewart and 
William Bain, book-keepers; Robert Gowans, solicitor's clerk; and Harold Watson 
Keyes, student-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4596, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“DICTAPHONE SALES CORPORATION. LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 19, 1923. - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 

Number of shares, 50. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George MacPhail Clark and Richmond Wyllie Hart, barristers-at- 
law; William Arthur Brant, student-at-law; Charles Herbert. Croft Leggott and Edna 
Fitzsimons. accountants; George Cecil Antes, office manager; Nellie MacDonald, 
Ethel Augusta Hawkes and Prudence Hustwayte, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Com/xiny. — Vide p. 4532, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 19. 1923, to 
“LOEWS WINDSOR THEATRES. LIMITED" 

Changing the corporate name of the Company to that of “ Windsor Capitol Theatre, Limited.” 
Vide p 4533, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“STANDARD MILLING COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 19, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000 — Amount of each share. $100 
Corporate Members. — Charles Delamere Magee, accountant; Ernest Harold Stewart, book- 
keeper; Harold Coleman Walker and Gregory Sanderson Hodgson, barristers-at-law; 
Harold Watson Keys, student-at-law; Robert Gowans, solicitor's clerk; and Stanley 
Jack Mogg. secretary'; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4529, Canaila Gazette, 1922-23. 


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“TONER GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 20, 1923 - -- -- -- -- - Amount of capital stock, $3,000,000. 
Number of Shares, 3.000,000 — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Jean Genest, barrister-at-law; Ernest Lapierre, broker; Romeo Ques- 
nel, accountant; Evelina Theriault and Rebecca Mary Bobier, stenographers, all of 
Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Timmins, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4708, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 21, 1923, to 
“E. M. SELLON & COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of “British L'nderwriters Agency, 

Limited. 

Vide p. 4610, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“STROMBERG-CARLSON TELEPHONE MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF 

CANADA. LIMITED.” 

Incorporated April 21, 1923 Amount of capital stock, S100.000. 

Number of shares, 1,000— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Hague Davis, John Rudd Rumball, Edward Henry Brower, 
Lawrence Alfred Landriau and Allen Lewis Lewis; all of Toronto, Ont.. solicitors. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry Hague Davis, John Rudd Rumball and Edward 
Henry Brower. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 460S, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ CANADIAN CANNERS LIMITED ” 

Incorporated April 23, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000,000. 

Number of preferred shares, SO.000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 20,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Lees and Thomas Hobson, both of His Majesty’s Counsel, 
learned in the law; Herbert Stace Lees, Oswald David Peat, John MacDonald Telford, 
Robert Pickard McBride and William Kenneth Lees, barristers-at-law; Clara Glascott, 
and Anna Prudence Sloat, stenographers; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4607, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“NORTH AMERICAN CITIES COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 23. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 200,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Charles James Johnston, realtor; Otto Milton Bedford, merchant and 
Harold DeGeer Kilets, engineer; of Detroit, Mich.; Austin Bacon Gray, of Windsor, 
Ont., contractor; and Alexander Dell Beaman, of Essex, Ont., bond salesman. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4599, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“CANADIAN CROWN CORK COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 25, 1923. — Amount of capital stock, 1,000 shares of no nominal or par 
value. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Alfred Merrill. Archibald Stalker and John Foster Chisholm, 
advocates; John Bicknell Johnson, accountant, and Margaret Johnston, secretary; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Yide p. 4598, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ HENDERSON-STUART, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $30,000. 

Number of shares, 300. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed-in- 
the-law; Maurice Dugas and John Parker Callaghan, advocates; Maud Whittaker and 
Marjorie Dorcas Napper, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4601, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“LA FABRIQUE D'HORLOGERIE CAXADIENNE, LIMITEE.” 

“ THE CANADIAN WATCHMAKING FACTORY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated April 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of shares, 2,400. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Benoit Bertrand, importer; Emile Alfred Brodeur and Georges Albert 
Fortier, managers; Joseph Hcrve Delisle, traveller; and Victor Fortier, gentleman; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4926, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 25, 1923, to 
“THE MATCH COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of the 
“WORLD MATCH CORPORATION, LIMITED,” 

Vide p. 4779, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“QUEBEC MARITIME SALVAGES, LIMITED" 

“SAUVETAGES MARITIMES DE QUEBEC, LIMITEE” 

Incorporated April 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1.50, 000. 

Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Adhemar Gagnon, dealer; Jacques Couette, captain; Arthur Albert, 
diver; Charles Edmond Taschereau and Claude Taschereau, notaries; all of Quebec, 

Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Adhemar Gagnon. Charles Edmond Taschereau and Claude 
Taschereau. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4716, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“VISIBLE GAS-OIL SERVICE LIMITED” * 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 25, 1923. ------- Amount of capital stock, S49.000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, SI 00. 

Corporate Members. — Kendall Morton. James Brewis Walker. Bert Watkin, Francis Ivo 
Vane, accountants; and Viola Sutcliffe, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company —Vide p. 4765, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“CANADIAN NON-EXHAUST PNEUMATIC MACHINE COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 26. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $750,000. 

Number of shares. 750.000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members . — Frank Sydney Taylor and Albert Edward Thomas, secretaries; 
Hallowed Macdonald Brown, insurance broker; Robert Clifford Eakin and Wallace 
John Hyndman. clerks; all of Montreal Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Kingston, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4609. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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“ISLAND PARK AMUSEMENT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 26, 1923. ------- Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of shares, 600. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Maurice Demers and Daniel McAvoy, advocates; Theodore Grothe, 
agent ; Annette Maillet, stenographer; and Berthe Laverdure, clerk; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Maurice Demers, Daniel McAvoy and Theodore Grothe. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4600, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 27, 1923, to 
“THE COBOURG DYEING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company dated August 14. 1913. as amended 
by Supplementary Letters Patent dated April 25. 1923, by amendments to the 

capital stock provisions. 

Vide p. 4779. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“DAVIES, IRWIN, BRITISH HONDURAS. LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 27, 1923. ------- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members . — Albert Isadore Goodstone and John MacNaughton, advocates; Harley 
William Gross, lumber merchant; Harry Clay Chesley, manager; and Thomas Joseph 
Griffin, agent; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Albert Isadore Goodstone, John MacNaughton and Harley 
William Gross. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 46S2. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“J. M. HUBER MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 27, 1923. ------- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Lancing Belmont Campbell, solicitor: Albert Edward Perry, manager; 
William Andrew Riddell, adjuster; Lome Mackenzie Watson, accountant; and William 
Shelley Herbert, gentleman; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Lancing Belmont Campbell, Albert Edward Perry and 
William Andrew Riddell. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 46S4, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 30. 1923, to 
“REGAL KITCHENS. LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to the sum of $100,000, being 
an increase of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 4779, Canada Gazelle 1922-23. 

“RUCKSTELL AXLE COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30. 1923 - - - Amount of capital stock. $400,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share. $100. 

Number of common shares, 3.000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Newton Manly Young and Paul Ireneus Bernard Hinds, barristers- 
at-law; Anne Isabel Ross, stenographer; Ivan Clayton Harries and Henry Carman 
Waind. students-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Comjmny. — Vide p. 4771, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“STUART, FERNEYHOUGH CO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated April 30, 1923 ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — -Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Ross Stuart and Melbourne James Ferneyhough, agents; 
Frank Edgar Stuart, custom broker; George Frank Livermore, public accountant; 
and Edwin Peel, chartered accountant; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Arthur Ross Stuart, Melbourne James Ferneyhough and 
Frank Edgar Stuart. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 46S5, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 1, 1923, to 
‘ THE CONSOLIDATED MINING AND SMELTING COMPANY OF CANADA, 

LIMITED ” 

Extending the powers of the said company. 

Vide p. 4778, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 1, 1923, to 
“COTTON THREADS LIMITED” 
Amending the conditions of the preferred stock. 
Vide p. 4610, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“FYON & FYON LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 1, 1923 ------ Amount of capital stock, $99,100. 

Number of shares, 991. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members . — Henry Theodore Fyon and Charles Louis Fyon, manufacturer*; 
Albert Leon Fyon. architect; John Henry Fyon. sales manager; and Henry Corran 
Hannaford, superintendent; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 46S6. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


- I, 'INVENTION PRATIQUE LIMITEE ” 

“THE PRACTICAL INVENTION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 2, 1923 ------ Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Joseph Durand and Joseph Emilien Beaudoin, accountants; Joseph 
Albert Bluteau, commercial traveller; Bibiane Lefebvre. stenographer; and Paul Emile 
Courtois. broker; all of Montreal, Oue. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p. 4717, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“THE CANYON DREDGING AND EXPLORATION COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 3. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares; 1 000.000. — Amount of each share. $1. 

Corporate Members. — William Quarrier Burges, financial agent; William Bourhill Wood, 
insurance agent; Henry Brougham Stiles and Harry Purchon Cox, merchants; and 
Roland Fairbaim McWilliams, barrister; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company . — Fide p. 5126. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ GENERAL MOTORS TRUCK COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 3. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $10,000. 

Number of shares. 100 — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Svnion Morlock, Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley White- 
head. Bruce Victor McCrimmon, solicitors; and Samuel Davidson Fowler, solicitor's 
clerk: all of Toronto. Ont. 

first or Provisional Directors. — William Symon Morlock. Sydney Ellis Wedd and Samuel 
Davidson Fowler. 

Chief place of Business . — Oshawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p. 46S7, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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“ NORMAN SILVER PLATE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 3, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edward Annis Whitney, factory manager; Thomas George Bishop, 
machinist; John Murdock Campbell, manufacturer; Edward Ryan, physician; and 
William Folger Nickle, solicitor; all of Kingston, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Kingston, Oat. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4874, Canada Gazelle, 1922-23. 

“REGAL CHOCOLATES LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 3. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $.50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Francis Lyons, chemist; Charles Alexis Singleton, book- 
keeper: Robert Henry Lyons, Clarence Owen Lyons and Wilfred Arnold Lyons, clerks; 
all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Francis Lyons, Charles Alexis Singleton and Robert 
Henry Lyons. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4763, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“W. W. HODKINSON CORPORATION (CANADA) LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 3. 1923. Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Max Bullen. Harold Learoyd Steele, Horman Stuart Robert- 
son and George McClure Willoughby, barristers-at-law; and Gerald Murphy, accountant; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Prouisio nal Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4766, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ THE BROADFOOT ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 4. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — James David Broadfoot. electrician; Robert James Owen, grain mer- 
chant; Harold Vance Dailey, accountant; Edna Brady and Florence Stacey, steno- 
graphers; all of Chatham, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James David Broadfoot, Robert James Owen and Harold 
Vance Dailey. 

Chief place of Business. — Chatham, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4774, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“BULL-DURRANT LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 4. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 

Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Wesley Bull, director; William Oliver Durrant, proprietor; 
Carolyn Ethel Bull and Mary Maude Durrant, gentlewomen; Frank George James, 
salesman; all of Oshawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Wesley Bull, W illiam Oliver Durrant and Carolyn 
Ethel Bull. 

Chief place of Business. — Oshawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 46SS, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE CANADIAN SALES AND GARAGE COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 4, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Bernard Henry Furlong, William Henry Furlong and Morice Goldwin 
Smith, barristers-at-law; Frederick Earl Stonehouse, clerk; and Gladys May Wilson, 
stenographer ; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Bernard Henry Furlong, Mo rice Goldwin Smith and Frederick 
Earl Stonehouse. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4S75, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE QUINZE POWER COMPANY LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 4, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $2, 000,000. 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — James Aitchison, Collamer Chipman Calvin, George Herbert Sedge- 
wick and John Wellington Pickup, barristers-at-law; and Clerkson Ogden Jones, student- 
at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4760, Canada Gazette , 1922-23. 


“T. S. WORTHINGTON & CO.. LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 4, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Thomas Stansfield Worthington and Alfred Edmund Claude Andrews, 
engineers; Jessica Evelyn Andrews and Barbara Mary' Green, spinsters; and Harry 
Wilson, chartered accountant ; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4776, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“AIRD BAKING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Henry Noel Chauvin, John Joseph Meagher, Richard Tuson Heneker, 
all of His Majesty’s counsel, learned-in-the-law ; Ernest Howard Cliff and Jean Mar- 
tineau, advocates; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4763, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ ANGLO-COLUMBIA INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated May 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Frederick Henry Markey and George Gordon Hyde, both of His 
Majesty’s Councel loarned-in-the-law; Robert John Forster, Francis Joseph McGarigle 
and Henry Lehman, secretaries; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Frederick Henry Markey, George Gordon Hyde and Robert 
John Forster. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4884, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“FRITZSCHE BROTHERS OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated May 5. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Frederick Edward Watermeyer, of Summit, N.J., LLS.A., Frederick 
Henry Leonhardt ,of Douglaston. N.Y., and William Albert Rudolph Welcke, of Mount 
Vemon, N.Y., manufacturers; Alfred Herridge, salesman; and Franklin Wellington 
Wagenast, barrister; of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4765, Canada Gazette. 1922-23. 

“LE SERVICE D’EAU HYGIENIQUE, LIMITEE ” 

“THE HYGIENIC WATER SERVICE. LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Joseph Alfred Gover, druggist; Joseph Albert Duprat, student; Ernest 
Hubert Champagne and Blanche Touchette, accountants; and Jean Baptiste Cover, 
merchant ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Joseph Albert Duprat, Ernest Hubert Champagne and 
Blanche Touchette. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company . — Vide p. 4S13, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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“THE BRETT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated May 7, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Maxwell Goldstein, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the-law ; 
Robert Hyman Blumentlial, merchant; James Burnett Taylor, accountant; Philip 
Meyerovitch. advocate; and Berthe Maysenhoelder, stenographer; all of Montreal. Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Maxwell Goldstein, Robert Hyman Blumentlial and James 
Burnett Taylor. » 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4762, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“HALL-DOYLE, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 7, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount, of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Cortez Rogers Hall. George Greenfield Hall, Judson William Had, 
Vernon Dell Havens and Clare Allen Hedger, of Detroit, Mich., U S. A., realtors; Nelson 
Horace Miller Doyle, merchant; and Charles Patrick McTague, barrister; of Windsor, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Members. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4772, Canada Gazette, 1922-23 


“ CANADIAN WOODLANDS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 8, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Allan Joseph Fraser and Edward John Daly, barristers-at-law; Kath- 
leen Lester, stenographer; Frank Robert Laing. manager; and Mark Harold McKay, 
assistant manager; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont, 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4769. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ONE HUNDRED CLUBS” 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated May 8, 1923. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Leonard Charles Thomas, barrister-a.t-law ; James McIntosh Irving, 
commercial traveller; Edward John Morgan, automotive engineer; Andrew Thomson 
White, real estate agent; Charles Edward Peabody, advertiser; Alfred Augustus Martin 
and Allan McColl, salesmen; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief office of the Corporation— Ottawa. Ont, 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 4777, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 8. 1923. to 
“ INTERNATIONAL WATERWAYS NAVIGATION, LIMITED," 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $72,000 to $100,000. and amending Letters 
Patent incorporating the said company, dated July 25. 1922, by deleting there- 
from the provisions creating the company a private company. 

Vide p. 4778, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“INTERNATIONAL TRADE DEVELOPER (CANADA) LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 9. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Antonio Marion, accountant; Neopol Charbonneau. student- 
at-law; Frangoise Charest, Jessie Gouldstone and Alphonsine Beauchamp, stenographers: 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4S80, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“MAIN TRANSIT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 10. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members.— Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley Whitehead, Bruce Victor McCrim- 
mou, Cyril Frederick Harshaw Carson and John Gowans Middleton, all of Toronto. 
Ont., solicitors. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley Whitehead and Bruce 
Victor McCrimmon. 

Chief place of Easiness. — Collingwood, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4882, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“UNIVERSAL MILL COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 10, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 200 preferred shares of $100 each 
and 800 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick Austin Day, Joseph Patrick Walsh, Thomas Martin Mun- 
govan and Francis James Hart, barristers-at-law; and Irene Hickey, stenographer; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Proinsional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Easiness. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4S76, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ ALBION KNITTING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 11, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — John Richard Corkery, barrister-at-law; Patrick Joseph Kenny, 
Joseph Dennis Kenneally, manager; Thomas Joseph McAuley, merchant; William 
Tinker, secretary-treasurer; all of Peterborough, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Patrick Joseph Kenny, Joseph Dennis Kenneally, and 
Thomas Joseph McAuley. 

Chief place of Business. — Peterborough, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4880. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“THE MONTREAL ASSOCIATION OF BIG BROTHERS” 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated May 14. 1923. - -- -- -- - Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Norman Holland and Henry Albert Christmas, merchants; Gordon 
Stewart Mundie, physician; Max John Merritt, rabbi; and James Ennis Fee, clergy- 
man; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief office of Corporation. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 4984. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ VENETIAN SWEETS. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 14. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Redmond Code, barrister-at-law; Alastair Macdonald, law student; 
John Drummond Code, accountant; Marie Kathleen Smith and Loretta Casey, steno- 
graphers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Proinsional Directors. — Redmond Code, John Drummond Code and Marie Kathleen 

Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4878, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ASSOCIATION DES PROPRIETAIRES D'Al'TOMOBILES, LIMITEE" 

“ AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ASSOCIATION. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 20.000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 20.000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — Joseph Charles Emile Trudeau, of Outremont. Que.. advocate; Charles 
Edouard Guerin, advocate; Thomas Girard, agent. Leon Beaucage and Louis Napoleon 
Paul, accountants; all four of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4934, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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“ CANADIAN UTILITIES, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 15, 1923. — Amount of capital stock, 100 shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members.—- Clifford Earl Kitchen and George Edward Parkinson, students-at-law; 
Emma Staples, Lillian Dillon and Mary Alice Corbett, stenographers; all of Toronto, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 5053, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ HOLZMAN’S LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 15 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Benjamin Fox and Samuel Lepofsky, barristers-at-law; Anne Holzman, 
book-keeper; Stella Robillard, milliner; and Sara Abramson Holzman, married woman; 
all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 4883, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 15, 1923, to 
“LA COMPAGNIE D'AMUSEMENTS DES TROIS-RIVIERES, LIMITED” 

“ THE TROIS-RIVIERES AMUSEMENTS COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $2,000 to the sum of $10,000, being an 
addition of S00 shares of $10 each. 

Vide p. 4S85, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ THE PRICE & MURRAY COAL COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Wallbridge Vickers and Russell Pierce Locke, barristers-at- 
law; Derbyshire Mayall, manufacturer; Rita Hatton, and Alison Black, stenographers; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4972, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 16, 1923, to 
“ DUBRULE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 
Extending the powers of the company. 

Vide p. 4S85, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 16, 1923, to 
“GOWLAND OPTICAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ THE CANADA LENS & INSTRUMENT COMPANY, LIMITED ” 
Vide p. 4885, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 16, 1923, to 
“VANITY FAIR GLOVE LIMITED” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“VANITY FAIR IMPORTING COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Fide p. 4885, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 17, 1923, to 
“HIGHWAY LIGHTHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $600,000 to the sum of $100,000, such 
decrease being effected by the cancellation of 20,000 common shares of $10 each and 
amending the capital stock provisions of the company. 

Vide p. 49S4, Canada Gazette 1922-23. 

“STERLING BLEND TEA COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 17, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker and John Foster Chisholm, 
advocates; Jean Lang Muir, accountant; and Margaret Johnston, secretary; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker and John Foster 
Chisholm. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4881, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“CARILLON CONTRACTING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 18, 1923. ... - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Miles, legislative councillor; John Donaghy, manager; Arthur 
Charlebois, book-keeper; George Samuel Boon and Charles Samuel Underhill, accoun- 
tants; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry Miles, John Donaghy and Charles Samuel Underhill. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4970, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“FRANKEL BROTHERS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 19, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Herman Frankel, of Montreal, Que., and Leo Frankel, Maurice 
Frankel, Sigmund Frankel and Egmont Leo Frankel, of Toronto, Ont.; all merchants. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4974, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ FRANKEL PROPERTIES, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 19, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Leo Frankel, Maurice Frankel, Sigmund Frankel. and Egmont Leo 
Frankel; all of Toronto, Ont.; and Herman Frankel. of Montreal, Que.; all merchants. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4979, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“FAN FLAME SPARK PLUG CO. (OF CANADA), LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 21, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 25,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Albert Maynard, John Meloche and Joseph Lavoie, agents; Alexandre 
Brodeur, book-keeper; and George Chart, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Albert Maynard, Alexandre Brodeur and George Chart. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4977, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

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“GLEN LINE, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 21, 1923. .... - Amount of capita! stock. $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Hf embers. — .lames Playfair, vessel owner; Douglas Leland White, and David 
Shear Pratt, manufacturers; John Walter Benson, accountant; and Frederick William 
Grant, barrister-at-law; all of Midland, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Midland, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4974, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ WADA PLACER MINES, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 21, 1923. Amount of capital stock. 6.000 shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — John Jennings, King's counsel; Arthur Roger Clute and George 
Hughes Lovatt, barristers-at-law; Herbert Arthur Wilson, student-at-law; and Florence 
Belle Marcellus, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Jennings, Arthur Roger Clute and George Hughes 
Lovatt. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4969, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“THE BROCK RADIO COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 22, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Benjamin Lamb Silver, electrical engineer; David Isidore Pevzner, 
metallurgical engineer; Jerome Lewinson, manufacturer’s agent; Morris Goodman, 
chartered accountant; and Israel Blackman, accountant; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Benjamin Lamb Silver, Jerome Lewinson and Morris Good- 
man. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4976, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“‘GOOD HEALTH MEDICINE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 40.000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — John Coburn, insurance agent, and Raymond Joseph Dugal. book- 
keeper, both of Ford, Ont.; Raymond Sylvester Dennis, merchant; and Edward Placide 
Dugal, shoe clerk, both of Walkerville, Ont.; and David Arnold Croll, of Windsor, Ont., 
student-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Walkerville. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4979, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ HOTEL BOUT DE L'lLE, LIMITEE ” 

Incorporated May 23. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares. 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Blacbford, merchant; Joseph Armand Landry, manager; Joseph 
Albert Bariteau. notary; Joseph Edmond Gagnon, advocate; and Jeanne Morandat, 
stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry Blachford, Joseph Armand Landry and Joseph Albert 
Bariteau. 

Chief place of Business. — Ville Laval do Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5020, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ BALLARD OIL EQUIPMENT COMPANY, CANADA, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 25, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, King’s Counsel; John Doherty Kearney, advo- 
cate; Charles Coderre and Paul Fortier, students; and Louise Edwards, stenographer; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5044, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ BRITISH PETROLEUMS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 25. 1923. Amount of capital stock. $5,000,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members . — Lawrence Stuart Fraser, barrister; William Herbert Hewgill and 
Charles Burton Hornby, brokers; Rosubelle Torrey and Lucile Van Themsche, steno- 
graphers; all of Edmonton, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4979, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“CANADA TOBACCO EXCHANGE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 25, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 4,900. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — William Girard and Zenon Dufresne, manufacturers: Ovila Samson, 
accountant; .Joseph Doom, student-at-law; and Joseph Laurent Desjardins, notary ; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company . — Vide p. 5075, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


‘ DOMINION PLAYING CARD COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 25, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, 850,000. 

Number of shares, 500 — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members .- — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and Harold Eldon 
Reid, stenographers: all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Russell McKenzie, Francis George Bush and 
Harold Eldon Reid. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 49S1, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“EASTERN TIMBER COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 25, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Andrew George McHugh,, barrister-at-law; Albert Edward Franklyn 
Head, law clerk; Patrick Anderson, manager; Maurice Caron, patent attorney; and 
Roger Methot. bank clerk; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Dircetors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4982, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“MACDONALD'S MEN’S FURNISHINGS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated’ May 25, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corjtorate Members . — Henry Charles Brigginshaw, merchant : Cecil Benjamin Channon, 
book-keeper; Edward Astley Goodier and Harold Roy Watts, accountants; and John 
Henry Willett, insurance agent; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Henry Charles Brigginshaw, Cecil Benjamin Channon and 
Edward Astley Goodier. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa. Ont. 

Objeets of the Company. — Vide p. 4981. Canada Gazete, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 25. 1923, to 
“MARENTETTE & FEYS. LIMITED” 
Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“JOHN C. FEYS & COMPANY, LIMITED.” 

Vide p. 4985, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 25, 1923, to 
“MAXWELL MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the said company to that of 
“ MAXWELL-CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 4984, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 25, 1923, to 
“P. N. GRAY & COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“BUNGE NORTH AMERICAN GRAIN CORPORATION— 
CANADIAN AGENCY, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 4985, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“PERTH FELDSPAR AND MINING COMPANY. LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated May 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $99,000. 

Number of shares, 990. — Amount of each share, S100 
Corporate Members . — Andrew Haydon and John Parsons Eros, barristers-at-law; Belle 
Fraser, Mary Catherine Liston and Lyla Brennan, stenographers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5047, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ NORTHWESTERN UTILITIES. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 26, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 100 shares of no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members . — Norma Lown, barrister-at-law; Emma Staples, Lillian Dillon, Mary 
Alice Corbett, and Vera Uttley, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5051, Canada Gazette. 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 26, 1923, to 
“THE TUPMAN THURLOW COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“WEDDEL & CO., CANADA, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 5056, Canada Gazette, 1922-23 


“UNITED SYSTEM OF BAKERIES, CANADA. LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated May 26, 1923. ----- Amount, of capital stock, $75,000. 

Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — William Falconer McGill, druggist ; Herbert Leighton Gillies, account- 
ant; John Daniel Milne, surgeon; John Stewart Mavor, barrister; and David Ernest 
Black, jeweller; all of Calgary, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alberta. 

Objects of the Company . — Vide p. 5049, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“DOMINION DISTILLERY PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated May 2$, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 1,500 shares of no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members . — Joseph Henry Dillon, one of His Majesty's Counsel leamed-in-the-law ; 
Thomas Murphy, gentleman; Augustus Frederick Dillon, contractor; and Charles Emile 
Bruchesi, advocate; all of Montreal, Que.; and Joseph Herman Archambault. of West- 
mount, Que., advocate. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Com/xmy. — Vide p. 504$, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


“JOHN ALLAN, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 28, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Michael Arthur Phelan, one of His Majesty’s Counsel learned-in-the- 
law, and Charles Stuart LeMesurier, advocate, both of Westmount, Que.; George 
Walton Scott, accountant, Robertson Fleet and Douglas Charles Abbott, advocates, of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Michael Arthur Phelan, Charles Stuart LeMesurier and 
Robertson Fleet. 

Chiej place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 5050, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE SAMPSON RUBBER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 28, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 12,000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members— William Ernest Wheatley, music teacher; Peter McNiven Bennie, 
mining engineer; Richard Arthur Bull, gentleman; Mary Kathleen Alyea and Marjorie 
Parkman Johnson, stenographers; all of Belleville, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5044, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 28, 1923, to 
“THE SIMPSON COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $450,000 to $550,000, being an addition of 
1,000 preferred shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5056, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ST. LAWRENCE COAL CO., LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 28, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edward Warner Wright, John Bamber Allen, Douglas Joseph Nickle 
and Ewart Reginald Lynch, barristers-at-law; and John Antiff Kent, accountant; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors— Edward Warner Wright, John Bamber Allen and Douglas 
Joseph Nickle. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5045, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ LAVOIE 4 LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 29, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $3,000,000. 

Number of shares, 300,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — Joseph Antonio Marion, accountant, Jean Pierre Charbonneau, advo- 
cate; Neopol Charbonneau, student-at-law; Francoise Charest and Jessie Gouldstonc, 
stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5110, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ NORWAY BAY FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated May 29, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Leonard William Gates, journalist; Frederic Truman Courtenay 
Gamble, salesman; William Michael Unger, barrister-at-law; Edith Lois Gamble, 
spinster, and Reta Viola Reaume, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Leonard William Gates, Frederic Truman Courtenay Gamble 
and Edith Lois Gamble. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5288, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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“ PRINCETON PETROLEUM COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated May 29, 1923. — Amount of capital stock. 60.000 shares of no nominal or par 
value. 

Corporate Members. — Norma Lown, barrister-at-law. Emma Staples, Lillian Dillon, Mary 
Alice Corbett and Vera Uttley, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.- — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5123, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ASSOCIATION NATIONALE DE COLLECTION. LIMITEE” 

NATIONAL COLLECTION ASSOCIATION, LIMTED” 

Incorporated May 30, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Felix Gauvreau, manager; Wilbrod Langlais, financial agent; 
Alfred Labelle, advocate; Richard Bernard Sauvage and Edouard Dubuque, agents; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Louis Felix Gauvreau, Wilbrod Langlais and Alfred Labelle. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5152, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ EVANS & KERT, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 30, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Frank Cherry, accountant; Mable Stella Ellis, book-keeper; 
John Evans Evans and Hyman Murdock Kert, salesman, and Arthur Cooper Washing- 
ton, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Frank Cherry, John Evans Evans and Hyman 
Murdock Kert. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5109, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“STERLING SOAPS OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 30, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $30,000. 

Number of shares, 300. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Peirce McFeat, of Westmount, Que., and Gordon Grant 
Cooke, of Outremont, Que., both solicitors of Patents; Harry Milton Purnell, draughts- 
man; William James Carruthers Hcwetson, student, and Mary Irene Cloran, steno- 
grapher; all of Montreal, Que. 

Firs( or Provisional Directors. — William Pierce McFeat, Gordon Grant Cooke and William 
James Carruthers Hewetson. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5055, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters patent issued June 1, 1923. to 
“ CANADIAN UTILITIES, LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from 100 common shares of no nominal or par value to 60.000 
common shares of no nominal or par value ,'and 15.000 S per cent cumulative prefer- 
ence shares of $100 each, such increase to consist of 59.900 common shares of no 
nominal or par value and 15,000 8 per cent cumulative preference shares of $100 each, 
and extending the powers of the said company. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5292, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“DIRIGIBLE HEADLIGHTS LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 1, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000.000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Washington Perry and James Early TeasJey, gentlemen, 
Hilliard Christopher McConkey and James Aaron Rouse, mine operators, and William 
Lorimer Graves, contractor; all of the Town of Drumheller, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Washington Perry, James Early Teasley, Hilliard 
Christopher McConkey. James Aaron Rouse and William Lorimer Graves. 

Chief place of Business. — Town of Drumheller, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5116, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ GOLDEN ARM MINERS, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated June I, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — John MacNaughton. Albert Isadore Goodstone and Joseph Horace 
Michaud, advocates, James Burnett Taylor and Thomas Joseph Griffin, agents; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5105, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“NEW HAVEN OIL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 1, 1923. - - Amount of capital stock, 1,000 shares of no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Norma Lown, barrister-at-law, Emma Staples, Lillian Dillon, Mary 
Alice Corbett and Vera Uttley, Stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5107, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 1, 1923, to 
“NORTHWESTERN UTILITIES LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from 100 shares without any nominal or par value to 60,000 
shares without any nominal or par value and 15.000 8 per cent cumulative prefer- 
ence shares of $100 each, such increase to consist of 59,900 shares wihtout any nominal 
or par value and 15.000, 8 per cent cumulative preference shares of $100 each; and 
extending the powera of the company. 

Vide p. 5292. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ PATTE AND WOLFFE FOXES LIMITED ” 

Incorporated June 1. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Aloysuys O'Brien, solicitor; Norman Campbell Hatton, 
insurance agent; Robena Hardwick, book-keeper; Edith Savigny and Nora Shevlin, 
stenographers; all of Peterborough. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business.- — Peterborough, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5113, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ ANGLO-CANADIAN PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated June 2, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, S50.000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Miles, legislative councillor; Charles Samuel Underhill and 
George Samuel Boon, accountants; John Donaghy, manager, and Arthur Charlebois, 
book-keeper; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry' Miles, Charles Samuel Underhill and John Donaghy. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5106, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ HANLEY-CLARKE LUMBER CO., LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 2, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Lazarus Phillips and Benjamin Robinson, advocates, Abraham 
Saul Cohen, accountant, Lionel Albert Sperber, studenL-at-law and Joseph Philip 
Beaupre; bailiff, all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Lazarus Phillips, Abraham Saul Cohen and Lionel Albert 
Sperber. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5194, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 2, 1923. 

“ OLSWANG LEATHER SPECIALTY COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 

(and Reduced) 

Decreasing its capital stock from $20,000 to $14,000, such decrease being effected by the 
cancellation of (60) shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5126, Canada Gazettte, 1922-23. 


“THE TOMLINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 2, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Lewis Duncan, Charles Pentland Tisdall and William Proudfoot, 
barristers-at-law: Minnie Jane May, stenographer, and Mary Loretta Flynn, book- 
keeper; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5202, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“BLUEBIRD CORPORATION LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $110,000. 

Number of shares, 5,500. — Amount of each share, $20. 

Corporate Members . — William Thomas Henderson, one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned- 
in-the-law; Albert Hawley Boddy, barrister-at-law; Ada Misener, Irene Aletha Morris 
and Hazel Chambers, stenographers; William James MacKellar, manager; and 
Anthony Varey Sedgwick, accountant; all of Brantford, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Brantford, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 52S4, Canada Gazette 1922-23. 


“GRISWOLD & COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 5, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Henry Noel Chauvin and Harold Earle Walker, both of His Ma- 
jesty’s Counsel, leamed-in-the-law ; Jean Martineau, Ernest Howard Cliff and Henri 
Crepeau, advocates; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Henry Noel Chauvin, Harold Earle Walker and Jean 
Martineau. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5115, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“MONKS & COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 5, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Lawrence Macfarlane, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the- 
law; Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott, Adrian Knatchbull-Hugessen and Maurice 
Theodore Lafleur, advocates, all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5114, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“SECURITY FENCE OO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Francis Joseph Laverty. Kings Counsel; Charles Albert. Hale, 
Shirley Greenshields Dixon, Arthur Ives Smith, advocates; and Mary Hall Young, 
clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company . — Vide p. 5123, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

ADANAC ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED 
LA CIE ELECTRIQUE ADANAC LIMITEE” 

Incorporated June 6, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 1,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Con>orate Members . — Andrew Chadwick Hersey and Telesphore Alfred Primeau, agents; 
Charles Desmarais. accountant; and Joseph Alexandre O’Gleman, notary; all of Mon- 
treal, Que.; and Walter Edward Laduke of St. Lambert, Que., manufacturers’ agent. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Andrew Chadwick Hersey, Joseph Alexandre O’Gleman 
and Walter Edward Laduke. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5111, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


THE CANADA GAMES COMPANY, LIMITED 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 6, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 

Number of shares, 50. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley Whitehead, Bruce Victor 
McCrimmon, Cyril Frederick Harshaw Carson and John Gowans Middleton, solicitors; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley Whitehead and Bruce 
Victor McCrimmon. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5283, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 6, 1923, to 
“CANADIAN PULP & PAPER INVESTMENTS. LIMITED,” 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“CANADIAN POWER & PAPER INVESTMENTS, LIMITED” 
Vide p. 5126, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 6, 1923, to 
“CITIZENS DAIRY, LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from $40,000 to $100,000, such increase to consist of 600 new 
shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5126, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“TREVISA STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a private Company) 

Incorporated June 6, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 2,000 shares of no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members — Arthur Ramsay Holden, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed-in- 
the-law; Rufus Clement Holden, the younger; and Paul Phelps Hutchison, advocates; 
Alfred Boreham Wright and Bruce Forbes, stenographers; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arthur Ramsay Holden, Rufus Clement Holden, the 
younger, and Paul Phelps Hutchison. 

Chief place of Business — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the company. — Vide p. 5119, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“YORK ASSETS LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 6, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 300,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $1. 

Number of common shares, 100,000. — Amount of each common share, $1. 
Corporate Members . — Lewis Duncan, barrister-at-law; Minnie Jane May, Emma Alice 
Campbell, Margaret Isabella Wood and Hazel Jane Miller, stenographers; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5120, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“THE EASTERN CANADA COLLIERIES LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 7, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 

Number of shares, 50. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.- — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush, and 
Herbert William Jackson, bookkeepers; George Robert Drennan and William Patrick 
C reach, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

ChieJ place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 47, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE H-0 CEREAL COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 7, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $125,000. 

Number of shares, 1,250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Symon Morlock, Sydney Ellis Wedd. Bruce Victor McCrim- 
mon, and Roy Beverley Whitehead, solicitors; and Samuel Davidson Fowler, solicitor's 
clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Ayr, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 5200, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“THE JOHN GAUNT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 7, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100 

Corporate Members. — John William Gaunt, importer; Robert Wright Burgess, manager; 
Thomas Barefoot Hurson, secretary; Isabelle Miller Fraser, spinster; and Gui Casimir 
Papineau-Couture, one of His Majesty’s counsel, learned-in-the-law ; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John William Gaunt, Robert Wright Burgess and Thomas 
Barefoot Hurson. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 5122, Canada Gazette, 1922-23 


“ THE FEDERAL WAREHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED* ” 

Incorporated June 8, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 30,000. — Amount of each share. $10. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Patrick McTague, James Howard Clark and Lome Raeburn 
Cumming, barristers; Norman James Taylor, realtor; and Mildred Clara Baker, steno- 
grapher; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 5112, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“UNIC CEMENT LIMITED” 

“LA COMPAGNIE DE CIMENT UNIC. LIMITEE” 

Incorporated June 8, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan and John Doherty Kearney, advocates; Percy Amott 
Gregory, secretary; Maria Daigle, book-keeper and Louise Edwards, stenographer; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 5280, Canada Gabette, 1922-23. 

Vide p. 44, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE DUMBELLS COMPANY LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 9, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members.— David Inglis Grant, Edwin Smily and Geoffrey Walters Adams, bar- 
risters-at-law; Douglas Irving Grant and Vincent Fink, students-at-law; all of Toronto, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont, 

Objects of the Company .—Vide p. 5196, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“HENRY ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 9, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Member. — Mervil MacDonald, Geoffrey Walters Adams. Percy Edwin Smily and 
William Fraser Grant, barristers-at-law, and Oliver James Fuce, book-keeper; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont, 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5198, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ TUNKS BROS. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated June 9, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Henry Tunks, blacksmith; Robert Tunks, the younger; William 
T unks and Harry Tunks, basketmakers ; John Archibald MacLean, merchant; and 
Edward Hough Crompton, apiarist ; all of Bothwell, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harry Tunks, John Archibald MacLean, and Edward Hough 
Crompton. 

Chief place of Business. — Bothwell, Ont, 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5202, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ANGLO LAND AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 11, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker and John Foster Chisholm, 
advocates; Jean Lang Muir, accountant; and Margaret Johnston, secretary; all of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5195, Canada Gazelle, 1922-23. 


“CANADIAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION” 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated June 12, 1923. ------- Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — George Macintosh MacWilliam, president; Thomas Nicholas Phelan, 
King's Counsel; William Gilbert Robertson, secretary; Edward Anderson Richardson, 
barrister-at-law; and Arthur Kelly, student-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Toronto, Ont, 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 5198, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ MUMFORD-MEDLAND LIMITED ” 

Incorporated June 12, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members— Charles Russell Medland, company manager; George Torrance Mum- 
ford; and Edward Clifford Medland. manufacturers’ agents; May Agnes Mumford, mar- 
ried woman; and James Rochester Young, barrister-at-law ; all of Winnipeg, Man. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5201, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 12, 1923, to 

“THE NATIONAL CITY COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from $25,000, to the sum of $500,000, such increase to consist of 
4,750 new shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5292, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“STEPHENSONS LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 13, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 300. — Amout of each preferred share, $50. 

Number of common shares, 700. — Amount of each common share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — James Stephenson. Charles Lavergne Stephenson, William George 
Monet and Thomas Benjamin Franklin, manufacturers, and Flora Stephenson, married 
woman; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Stephenson, Charles Lavergne Stephenson and 
William George Monet. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5285, Canada Gazette. 1922-23. 


“UNITED DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 13, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gerald Augustine Coughlin and Edmund Francis Coughlin, advocates: 
John Mulcair, notary public, and Catherine Cecilia Mulcair, stenographer; all of 
Montreal, Que., and Joseph Christopher Barn- Walsh, of Westmount, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5281, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


"CANADIAN WATERCRAFT LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 14, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Edward Grivell, accountant; Bessie Moore Rogers, Hannah 
Grace McKsil and Florence Ruby Muggeridge, stenographers, and Lena Peers, clerk; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Edward Grivell, Bessie Moore Rogers, Hannah Grace 
McKeil and Florence Ruby Muggeridge. 

Chief place of Business. — Peterborough, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 52S6, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“PRINCESS SHOE COMPANY. LIMITED” 

“ COMPAGNIE DE CHAUSSURES PRINCESSE LIMITEE ” 

Incorporated June 14, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 400. — Amount of each preferred share. $100. 

Number of common shares, 100. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members— Francois Xavier Chatelle, foreman; Paul Emile Roy, accountant; 
Omcr Chevrefils. manufacturer; Jean Baptiste Loiselle and Joseph Guillaume Riel, 
merchants; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5325, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 15, 1923. to 
“ IMPERIAL OIL REFINERIES, LIMITED ” 

Decreasing its capital stock from $50,000,000 to $1,000,000, such decrease being effected by 
the cancellation of 490,000 unissued shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5293. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“QUEBEC EXPORT TERMINALS LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Leslie Herbert Coombes, company secretary; William Ewart Sommer- 
ville, barrister-at-law; George Albert Thomas Tuckey, notary public; Rex Alger Cluff, 
student-at-law; Jean Robinson Lawson and Rhoda Ann Williton, stenographers, and 
Ella Johnston, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5287, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“ROBERT ANDERSON & COMPANY, LIMITED 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, S 100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Maurice Dugas. John Parker Callaghan and Maurice Versailles, 
advocates; Maud Whittaker and Jeanne Hainault, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Maurice Dugas, John Parker Callaghan and Maurice Ver- 
sailles. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 5282, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 15, 1923. to 
“ SOUTHERN CANADA POWER COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the said company and increasing the capital 
stock of the company from fifteen thousand shares of preferred stock of $100 each, and 
45,000 shares of common stock without nominal or par value, to 50,000 shares of pre- 
ferred stock of $100 each and 100,000 shares of common stock without nominal or par 
value, being an addition of 35,000 new shares of preferred stock of $100 each and 55,000 
new shares of common stock without nominal or par value. 

Vide p. 234, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ TRIAD COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated June 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Fitch and Lazarus Phillips, advocates; Abraham Saul Cohen, 
accountant; Lionel Sperber, student, and Joseph Phillip Beaupre, bailiff; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Louis Fitch, Lazarus Phillips and Abraham Saul Cohen. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5288, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 18, 1923, to 
“ CANADIAN PARAMOUNT CORPORATION LIMITED ” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the said company from $5,000,000 to the sum of $1,500,000, 
such decrease being effected by the redemption of 5,000 common shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 00, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“STRATHCONA POTTERIES LIMITED" 

Incoiporated June 18, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, SI. 000.000. 

Number of preferred shares, 5.000 — Amount of each preferred share. $100. 

Number of common shares, 20.000. — Amount of each common share, $25. 

Corporate Members .■ — Alexandre Chevalier and John Edwin Crankshaw, advocates; Michael 
Joseph OBrien and Morris Signer, clerks, and Philippe Genest, salesman; all of Montreal, 

Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5290, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 


“CANADIAN DAUGHTERS’ LEAGUE” 
(As an Association) 


Incorporated June 20. 1923. 


Without share capital. 


Corporate Members. — Blanche Eraser Matheson. Nell Menzies Breving, Margaret Boyle Mc- 
Kinlay Harold. Ethel Granville Woodman, Dorothy Esther Mowat and Kathryn Black 
Essery; all of Vancouver, B.C., housewives. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 50, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“DUNTILE COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 20. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $150,000. 

Number of shares, 1.500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Tuson Ileneker. and Harold Earle Walker, both King’s Coun- 
sels; Jean Martineau, Henri Crepeau and Ernest Howard Cliff, advocates; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Ch’cj place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 58, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Incorporated June 20, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 25.000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 25,000. Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — John Hallam. merchant; Minnie Hallam, married woman; Rutherford 
Williamson, chartered accountant; John Percival White and Edgar Randolph Ashall, 
barristers; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 51, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MANITOBA COPPER COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 20, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 200.000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Henry John Hague, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the-law; 
Paul Phelps Hutchison and Henry McLeod Hague, advocates; Herbert William Shearer, 
Office Manager, and Frederick Thomas Collins, student-at-law; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 527S. Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


“ MONTREAL ROUYN MINES LIMITED ” 

Incorporated June 21, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,009. 

Number of shares, 500.000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members. — John Lefurgey McSwecney. bond broker; John Thomas Barry, clerk: 
Robert William Harwood and Frederick Thomas Alexander Skelcher, brokers, and Leonard 
Gillespie Reid, bond salesman; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5290, Canada Gazelle, 1922-23. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 21, 1923, to 
“THE NEWELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from $45,000 to $120,000 such increase to consist of 750 new 
shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5292, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 


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“BURNSIDE GARAGE LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 22. 1923. ----- Amount of capita! stock. $22,000. 

Number of shares, 220. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick Stuart Brown, mechanic; Marjorie Ann Millard, Marion 
Louise Robertson and Jeanne Baillargeon, stenographers, and Howard Percy Honey, 
manager; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frederick Stuart Brown, Marjorie Ann Millard, Marion 
Louise Roberton and Jeanne Baillargeon. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 50, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ HARMER-KNOWLES TRUCKS LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capita! stock. $1,000,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 35.000. — Amount of each preferred share. $10. 

Number of common shares, 65.000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Molyneux Lockhart Gordon, Ian McLean Macdonell and John 
Frederick Lucas, barristers-at-law; Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant and Mary 
Harper MacGregor, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 52, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ W. H. CROW & CO. OF CANADA LIMITED ” 

Incorporated June 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members.— Robert Johnson, William Henry Crow, Arthur Bruneau, the younger, 
Charles Edward Weller and John Henry Crossland; all of Montreal, Que., brokers. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 57, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“DOMINION HOTELS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 23, 1923. - Amount of capital stock. 20.000 shares of no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Arnold Burbidge, John Douglas Scott, Stanley Rowland 
Jefferess and Hugh Fairbairn Brown, barristers-at-law; Amy Helena Johnson, Marjorie 
Elizabeth Ironside, Elizabeth May Coome, and Marjorie Isabel Quigley, stenographers; 
and Isabel Vila, book-keeper; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 45, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE MISSISSIPPI IRON WORKS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 23, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 15,000.— Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — James Moncur and Emmett Joseph Stafford, accountants: Birdie 
Rita McCulloch, stenographer; John Alexander Barker, clerk; and George Guthrie, 
insurance agent ; all of Almonte, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Almonte, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 150, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“TIRE CHAINS AND ACCESSORIES LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 23. 1923. - - - - - Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 250. — Amount of each common share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick Armstrong Addison Campbell and Archibald Cameron 
MacNaughton, barristers-at-law; Charles Walfish. student-at-law; Anna McCumber, 
stenographer; and Alexander I.aPlante, gentleman; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 47. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“ YELLOW CAB COMPANY OF OTTAWA LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 23. 1923. - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members .- — Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; Mary Kaufman, account- 
ant; Margaret Hartley, Lillian Margaret Gallagher, and Ethel Hartley, stenographers; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Edmond Parker Dale Harris, Mary Kaufman and Mar- 
garet Hartley. 

Chiej place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 150, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SUING W T AH PO PUBLISHING COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 26. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000 

Number of shares, 8,000.— Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members. — William Proudfoot, Edward James Barrow Duncan, George Harold 
Gilday and Charles Pentland Tisdall. barristers-at-law; Emma Alice Campbell, Mar- 
garet Isabella Wood and Minnie Jane May, stenographers, and Mary Loretta Flynn and 
Laura Bell, book-keepers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 152, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ BRITISH GUIANA AND WEST INDIES TRADING COMPANY LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 27, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Donald McLean Martin, John Samuel Gregg Comnell, Richard Philip 
Ottewell and Roy Henderson, gentlemen; Cecil Ross Allison, insurance agent, and John 
Alexander MacEachern, broker; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Donald McLean Martin, Richard Philip Ottewell and Roy 
Henderson. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 233, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“FRENCH’S COMPLEX ORE REDUCTION COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 
Incorporated June 28, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Henri Gerin-Lajoie and Ephraim Leboeuf. advocates; Joseph Emile 
Cote, accountant; Armandine Gagnon and Adrienne Nadon, stenographers; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors— Henri Gerin-Lajoie, Ephraim Leboeuf and Joseph Emile 
Cote. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 54, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ C. S. ALLEN & COMPANY LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 29, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Charles McKay Cotton and Wallace Ross Henry, both of Wcstmount, 
Que., advocates; Egbert William W estover, advocate; and Isabella Stewart MacFarlane, 
stenographer; both of Montreal, Que., and John William O’Connor, of St, Laurent. 
Que.. gentleman. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 148, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 29. 1923. to 
“FASSETT LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Decreasing its capital stock from $1,000,000 to S7S2.020. such decrease being effected by the 
repayment to shareholders of the sum of $217,980. being a repayment pf $35 for each 
share outstanding, thereby reducing the par value of the said shares from $100 to $65. 
Vide p. 156, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 29, 1923, to 
“THE HOOVER SUCTION SWEEPER COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED" 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ THE HOOVER COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Vide p. 156, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“HOUSE BUILDING MATERIALS LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 29, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker, and John Foster Chisholm 
advocates; Jean Lang Muir, accountant; and Margaret Johnston, secretary; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker and John Foster 
Chisholm. 

Chief place of Business. — Westmount, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 56, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“J. A. MORDEN & COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 29. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Gordon Benjamin MacFarlane. secretary; Edward John Swift, 
accountant; James Otto Plaxton, student-at-law; Vera Gertrude Morden, spinster, and 
Clara Gertrude Niblett, bookkeeper; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Edward John Swift, James Otto Plaxton and Clara Gertrude 
Niblett. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 151, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE OTTAWA GRAVEL AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated June 29, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $.50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Marshall Ratlnvell, farmer; and Annie Maria Rathwell, spinster, both 
of Navan, Ont., Robert Oliver Dawson, clerk; William John Galbraith, Chiropractor, and 
Duncan Alexander Mcllraith, solicitor; all three of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 53, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE DOVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 3. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — John Esson Campbell Elliott, advocate; Marie Therese Berube, and 
Hermance Lamothe. stenographers; Ernest Dagenais, bailiff; and Charles Alphonse St. 
Germain, notary ; all of Hull, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Hull. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 149, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ STRATHMAR CORPORATION, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated July 3, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — William Francis Martin, manufacturer; Margaret Louisa Martin, 
married woman; John Swinwood Rigby, broker; Susan Beryl Rankin, married woman, 
and John Steele Martin, salesman; all of Westmount, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Francis Martin, Margaret Louisa Martin and 
John Swinwood Rigby. 

Chief place of Business . — Westmount. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 232, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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“DONALD H. BAIN LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 4. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Donald Henderson Bain, broker; Lyman Grisfield Powell, accountant; 
Frederick Archibald, John Franklin Newson, Albert John Smale and Charles Stewart 
Oswald, salesmen; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 154, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 5, 1923, to 
“BAUMERT CO., LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $150,000 to the sum of $250,000. being an 
addition of 1,000 shares of $100 each. 

Fide p. 156. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ DROLET FI'R COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated July 5, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Philippe Jean Drolet, fur merchant; Beulah Drolet and Alma Drolet, 
spinsters; and Henry Sinclair Couper, book-keeper; all four of the city of St. Lambert, 
Que.; and William Mason Couper, of Westmount. Que.. King's counsel. 

First or Provisional Directors.— Philippe Jean Drolet, Beulah Drolet and Alma Drolet. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 231, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary letters patent issued July 5. 1923, to 
• FERGUSON DRUG COMPANY LIMITED" 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
•H. M GASKIN COMPANY LIMITED ” 

Vide p. 156, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

"SOURCES MONTREAL- VIAUVILLE, LIMITEE” 

“ MONTREAL-VIAUVILLE SPRINGS, LIMITED' 

Incorporated July 5, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares. 2,000 — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Daniel Bergevin, advocate; Moras Manseau, dent it -surgeon ; Raoul 
Guillaume de Lorimier, King's counsel; Horace Cormier, accouutan 1 , all of Montreal, 
Que., and Arthur Contant, of Outremont, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 256, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CID ELECTRIC HEATER CO. LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 7, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $300,000. 

Number of shares, 3.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Francis Joseph Laverty, King's counsel; Shirley Greenshields Dixon 
■ and Arthur Ives Smith, advocates; Anna Elizabeth Brennan and Mary Hall Young, 
clerks; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide P- 155, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ DOME MINES, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated July 7, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 1.000,000 shares of no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Members . — James Aitchison, Robert Spelman Robertson and John Wellington 
Pickup, barristers-at-law; Marion Leone McLelland and Dorothy Cooper, stenographers; 
John Beverley Robinson, Albert Edward Hugill and Harold Beam Matchett, students- 
at-law; and Duncan Angus McCrimmon, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3S5, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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•CASTINGS & SUPPLIES. LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 9. 1923. Amount of capital stock. 500 shares of no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members . — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate; Francis Geortie Hush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and Harold Eldon 
Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Charles Russell McKenzie, Francis George Bush and Harold 
Eldon Reid. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 304, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“J. M. QUEEN OIL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 9, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of preferred shares. 40,000. — Amount of each preferred shares, $10. 

Number of common shares, 10,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 
Corporate Members . — James Matthews Queen, of Los Angeles, Cal., U.S.A., gentleman; 
Alexander Neil McLean and Jerome Arthur Morris, merchants; and William Elias 
Cooper, secretary; all of St. John. N.B.; George Moses Fripp of Lancaster, N.B., gentle- 
man; and Burton Maxwell Hill, of Fredericton, N.B., engineer. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Lancaster, N.B. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 230, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


" LOYAL OIL LIMITED ’’ 

Incorporated July 9, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Felix Marchand, Charles Holdstock, advocates; John William Peachy, 
insurance agent; Henri Garneau and Aime Lamothe, broker's clerks, all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 306. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary letters patent issued July 9, 1923. to 
"NESTLES FOOD COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $5,000 to the sum of $300,000, being an 
increase of 2,950 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 700, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“BUSH ENGLISH CHINA COMPANY, LIMITED’ 

Incorporated July 10, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 5,000 shares of no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members . — Sydney Ellis Wedd. Roy Beverley Whitehead, Bruce Victor MoCrim- 
mon, Cyril Frederick Harshaw Carson and John Gowans Middleton, solicitors; Samuel 
Davidson Fowler, solicitor's clerk, and Anna Latimer, clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors .- — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Port. Hope, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 311, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

"D. STOREY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated July 10, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — John Parsons Ebbs and Andrew Haydon. barristers-at-law; Belle 
Fraser, Man' Liston and Lyla Brennan, stenographers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.— -John Parsons Ebbs, Andrew Haydon and Lyla Brennan. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 314, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 10, 1923. to 
" DASSERAT-ROUYN GOLDFIELDS, LIMITED ” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $25,500 to the sum of $40,000, being an 
addition of 14,500 shares of $1 each 
Vide p. 323. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“SHEVLIN, CARPENTER & SCANLON COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated July 10, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $4,500,000. 

Number of shares. 45.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Bain, bookkeeper; Charles Delamere Magee, accountant; 
Robert Edmund Anglin, student-at-law; Stanley Jack Mogg and Lulu Shannon, secre- 
taries; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 309, Canada Gazette , 1923-24. 

“PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS EXCHANGE, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated July 11, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Brotchie Nasmith and Robert Fennell, solicitors; Joseph Louis 
Shannon, barrister-at-law; George Honey, student-at-law, and Anna Beatty McCartney, 
stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.— Charles Brotchie Nasmith, Robert Fennell and Joseph 
Louis Shannon. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 39S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

M. A. PRATTE, LIMITED” 

“M. A. PRATTE, LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 12, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250.— Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 750. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Antonio Pratte, manufacturer: Antonio Pratte, doctor; Joseph Mayer, 
accountant, and Rosianna Villemaire, stenographer, all of Montreal Que., and Joseph 
Jean, of Pointe-aux-Trembles, Que., advocate. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Com/rany. — Vide p. 257, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 12, 1923, to 
“ THE PURE MILK COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Amending the letters patent incorporating the company, and increasing the capital of the 
said company from 2,000 shares of preferred stock of S50 each, and 6,000 shares of ordinary 
stock without nominal or par value, to 2,000 shares of preferred stock of $50 each and 
9.000 shares of ordinary stock without nominal or par value, being an addition of 3,000 
shares of ordinary stock without nominal or par value. 

Vide p. 323, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 12, 1923, to 
“VILLA BROS. OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $1,000 to the sum of $5,000, being an 

addition of 400 shares of $10 each. 

Vide p. 323, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“MELDRUM IRON WORKS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 13, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, SI 00. 

Corporate Members. — George William Meldrum, manager, and William Frank Sikrtanc. 
accountant, of Outremont, Que.; Alan Davies Taylor, insurance broker, and Robert 
Clifford Eakin, cashier, of Montreal, Que., and Hailowell Macdonald Brown, of West- 
mount, Que., manager. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3S2, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 13, 1923, to 
“ THE UNIVERSAL DRUG COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $100,000 to S200.000, being an increase 

of 1,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1421, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“WOODS STEAMER, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated July 13, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $2,500,000. 

Number of shares, 250,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Oliver Eugene Woods, engineer; George John Woods, gentleman; 
Clara Louisa Morton, clerk; Ross William Ormerod and Frederick Harold Vanston, 
solicitors; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 321. Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


"MINING CONTRACTORS AND SALES COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 14, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 100.000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — James Gordon Pollard, of Bowmanville, Ont., miner; William James 
Beaton, solicitor; Henry Maurice Cody, student-at-law; Alma Noble, bookkeeper, and 
Ruby Kirby, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 313, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE NOLAN CO.. LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 14. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, S50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George David Kelley. Leo Andrew Kelley and Arthur Stanley 
Bourinot, barristers-at-Jaw ; Ivy Irene Bartlett, stenographer, and Elaine Stafford Carey, 
clerk; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of tin Company. — Vide p. 320. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"THE OTTAWA AND GLOUCESTER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 14, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edward Brule and Robert Preston, contractors; and Theresa Brule, 
book-keeper; of Billing’s Bridge, Ont., William James Fenton, commission agent; and 
Joseph Henry I.aframboise, veterinary-surgeon, of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Protnsional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 393, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


• OTTAWA & HULL POWER COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 14, 1923. - Amount of capital stork. 15.000 preferred shares of $100. 

and 25,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Edgar Reginald Parkins, one of His Majesty's Counsel learned-in-the- 
law; Howard Sydney Dunn, Reginald Harmon Dean, Alexander Joseph Cooney and 
Eric Llewellyn McCarty, accountants; Prescilla Grace McNair and Elisa Gardner 
Austen, stenographers; all of the city of Montreal, in the Province of Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull, P.Q 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 383, Canada Gazilte, 1923-24. 


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“PARAMOUNT WESTERN THEATRES, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated Jul\ 14, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $.">0,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members . — William Syrnon Morlock. Roy Beverley Whitehead and John Gotvans 
Middleton, solicitors; Samuel Davidson Fowler, solicitor's clerk; and Violet Moffat, 
accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — William Symon Morlock. Roy Beverley Whitehead and 
Samuel Davidson Fowler. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 30S.. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“OTTAWA RIVER POWER COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 16. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 30.000 shares of no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Edgar Reginald Parkins, King's Counsel; Howard Sydney Dunn. 
Reginald Harmon Dean. Alexander Joseph Cooney, and Eric Llwellyn McCarty, 
accountants; Gladys Beardmore. Prescilla Grace McNair, Eliza Gardner Austen, and 
Eva Dannher, stenographers; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull. Que. 

Objects of the Company —Vide p. 315. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

" RESOURCES FINANCE CORPORATION. LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 16, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. S50.000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Stuart Allan Shoemaker, student-at-law; Emma Staples. Mary Alice 
Corbett. Vera Uttlev and Jessie Reid*, stenographers; all of Toronto. Ont 
First or Provisional Directors. — Stuart Allan Shoemaker. Emma Staples, and Mary Alice 
Corbett. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company— Vide p. 316. Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 

■HILTON SALES COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 17. 1923. ------ Amount of capital slock. $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share. $100 

Corporate Members. — Isidore Ballon. Abraham Wilfred Muhlstock. Bernard Goldonbrrg and 
Lazarus Millman, advocates; and Wallace Ross Hilton, merchant; all of Montreal. Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p. 381. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“MOHAWK SECURITIES CORPORATION. LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 17. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — Amount of each share. S100. 

Corporate Members. — George Herbert Sedgcivick. James Aitehison. John Wellington Pickup 
and Collamer Chipman Calvin, barristers-at-law; and Albert Edward Hug-ill, students 
at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company j — Vide p. 318, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 17. 1923, to 
“PARKER THE DYER" OF OTTAWA. LIMITED." 
Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“PARKERS CLEANERS AND DYERS. LIMITED" 
Vide )). 400. t'anada Gazette, 1923-24 


SYNOPSES OP LETT EPS PATENT 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ C ALDERS (CAXADA1 LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 18, 1923 ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, S100 

Corporate Members. — John Lorn McDougall and Arthur Warwick Beament, solicitors; Mona 
Devine, Ethel Garrow. Alary Knox. Ruby Shepherd and Pearle Garrow. stenographers; 
all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 395, Canada Gazelle, 1923-24. 

“DUPONT & FRERE I.IMITEE ” 

Incorporated July 18. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 

Number of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.- — Andre Louis Dupont, manufacturer: Charles Alfred Dupont, doctor; 
Dietidonne Guibord. accountant; Saul Dominique, dealer and Joseph Labelle, clerk; 
all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company— Vide p. 344. Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


“F. A. RODDEX & CO. LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July IS. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100 

Corporate Members.- — Waldo Whittier Skinner and George Gordon Hyde, King's counsels; 
John Gerard Ahern, advocate; Ronald Cameron Grant, accountant' and Robert John 
Forster, secretary; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 307, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“COX'S LABORATORIES LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 19. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Lincoln Cox. manufacturer; Reginald Edmund Forde and 
Frederick William Louthood. accountants; Homer Smiley Robinson, law student; and 
Thomas Ernest Meredith, clerk; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Howard Lincoln Cox. Reginald Edmund Forde and Frederick 
William Louthood. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 322, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

"THE GUELPH SPECIALTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 19. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $40,000. 

Number of shares. 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alvin Robert Burrows, manufacturer; William Emeison Lemon, sales- 
man; Frank Wylde and Wilfred Merkley Parr, machinists; and Sydney Herbert Cope, 
builder; all of Guelph. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Guelph, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 387, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MIDWEST CANADA LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 19. 1923 ----- Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100 

Corporate Members . — Jacques Perron and Auguste Mathieu, advocates; ILbiane Marchand, 
Itnelda Benoit and Sarah Snieder, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que 
First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of th< Company. — Vide p. 384, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

• WESTERN QUEBEC PAPER MILLS LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 19, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2.500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Kenneth McKeown, one of His Majesty’s counsel, leamed- 
in-the-law; Charles Lee Austin, accountant; Doris Ida Locke, Ailean Dierdre Donnellan 
and Mary Blanche McKeown. stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Kenneth McKeown, Charles Lee Austin and Doris 
Ida Locke. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 380, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ ENDLEMAN LIMITED ’’ 

Incorporated July 20. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harry Max Endleman and Joseph Maniel Rothschild, fur dealers. 
Rose Cherin Endleman and Ruth Ethel Rothschild, married women; and Arthur 
James Manley, company secretary; all of Sudbury, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Sudbury, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 396. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“NATIONAL SALES & DISTRIBUTION CO. LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 20, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Joseph Hughes, Aubrey Thomas Maher and Joseph Williams 
Thompson, barristers-at-law; Frank McDonagh. student-at-law; and Gertrude Mundy, 
stenographer; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Joseph Hughes, Aubrey Thomas Maher and Joseph 
Williams Thompson. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 391, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

• BOULTER-REDMON D, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 21. 1923. — Amount of capital stork. 2.000 preferred shares of $100, and 
10,000 common shares of no' nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan. Alexander Gordon 
Yeoman, William Patrick Creagh and Harold Eldon Reid, stenographers; all of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. s 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 609. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE CAMPBELL-ALLADIN GAS MAKER. LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 21, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $250,000. 

Number of shares, 25.000. — Amount of each share. $10. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Marion Campbell, inventor. William Edward Hunt. John Lee 
Comfort, and Olive Myrtle Comfort, merchants; of Fort Erie, Ont., and Estelle Phillips, 
of Welland, Ont.. stenographer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Fort Erie. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 390. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 21. 1923, to 
“HALLET & CAREY COMPANY, LIMITED " 
changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
HALLET CAREY SWART LIMITED” 

Vide p. 400. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“M. M. V. COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 21, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harry Franklyn MacNamara, battery mechanic; Francis Robert 
Sargent, physician, and Samuel Warren Alexander, bank manager, of Sydenham. Ont.; 
Alfred Gordon Martin, mica dealer, and Joseph Lawrence Valentine, solicitor, of 
Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Sydenham. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 392, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“TRADERS FINANCE CORPORATION (CANADA), LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 21. 1923. Amount of capital stock, 15.000 preferred shares of $100 and 
15,000 common shares without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Douglas Hodgson Ross, barrister-at-law; Albert Enos Naylor, sales 
manager; Edgar William Elson. cashier; Edna Mae Strain, stenographer, and Harr;' 
Campbell Oliver, clerk ; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Douglas Hodgson Ross. Albert Enos Naylor and Edgar 
William Elson. 

Chief place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 617, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“WEST PUBNICO TRADING. LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 21. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Raymond Nere d'Entremont, fishmonger; Joseph Octave D'Eon, 
Henri Srgfroi LeRlanc. Joseph Emile LeBlanc and Stanley Paul Amirault, merchants; 
Jacques Gilbert d'Entremont, fish-warden, and Joseph Remi d’Entremont, carpenter; all 
of West Pubnico, N.S. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — West Pubnico. N.S. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 429, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“WILLIAM C. WILSON. LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 23, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Coutts Wilson, company president; Richard Storrar and 
William Stanley Clouthard, manager; Chauncey Darrah Allen, engineer, and James 
Arthur MacGildhrist, accountant; all of Toronto. Ont. 
h irst or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 388. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 24, 1923. to 
“COCHRANE & GRICHEN, LIMITED" 

Changing the cor|«>rate mime of the company to that of 
“COCHRANE, GRICHEN & LEWIS, LIMITED " 

Fide p. 475. Canada Gazette, 192324. 

“ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Grant Cooper and Frank Edward Breen, barristers-at-law; Arthur 
Clyde Goodwin, engineer; Margaret Jane Martin and Eleanor Shannon, stenographers; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 469. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 20. 1923. to 
“ CONSOLIDATED WHALING CORPORATION. LIMITED” 
decreasing the capital stock of the company from S2.509.000 to $1,250,000. being a reduction 
of the par value of 25,000 shares of S100 each to $50 each, and increasing the capital 
stock from $1,250,000 to $2, 000.000, being an increase of 7,500 Shares of preferred stock 
of $100 each. 

Vide p. 546, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ DESLAURIERS METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED ” 
Incorporated July 26, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5.000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Deslauriers, of St.. Paul, Minn., manufacturer; Alice Delima 
Nadeau, of Chicago, 111., manufacturer; Harold Arthur John Aldington, of Toronto. 
Ont. manufacturer; Alfred Matthews Deslauriers and Wilford Rivard, manufacturers; 
Frederick Arthur Carey and Russell Arthur McNair, barristers-at-law, of Detroit, Mich. 
First nr Provisional Directors. — Alfred Matthews Deslauriers, Wilford Rivard, Frederick 
Arthur Carey and Russell Arthur McNair. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company . — \'ide p. 544. Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 


• EDEN BOND, LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 26. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $25,000. 

Number of shares. 250. Amount of each share. S100. 

Corporate Members. — John Mitchell, Armand Thomas Whitehead. John Arpad Cattanach 
and Alexander Sheppard Lown. solicitors, and Carrie Bassett, stenographer; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Mitch II, Armand Thomas Whitehead and John Arpad 
Cattan ach. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company^ — Vide p. 397, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ GREENWOOD & KAHN, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 26. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Lazarus Phillips and Louis Fitch, advocates; Lionel Sperber. student- 
at-law; Abraham Saul Cohen, accountant, and Joseph Philip Beaupre, bailiff; all of 
Montreal. Que. 

First or Prov siorud Directors. — I.azaru- Phillips. Abraham Saul Cohen and Joseph Philip 
Beaupre 

t'hief place of Business. — Montreal. Quo. 

Objicts of the Company . — I ide p. 380. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


‘ THE MIDLAND SHOE COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated July 26, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $75,000 

Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick Garnett Lockett. Garnett Haines Lockett and Melville 
George Robinson, merchants; Barbara Jean Davie, book-keeper; and William McAdam 
Nickle, barrister-at-law; all of Kingston, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Kingston. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 398. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


" QUINTE COAL AND TOWAGE LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company 1 

Incorporated July 26. 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500.— Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Whitney Richardson. Lancing Belmont Campbell, William 
Charles Harold Swinburne, and James Arthur Boles, barristers-at-law; and Harry 
Mooterv Brown, student-at-law; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Whitney Richardson. Lancing Belmont Campbell 
and William Charles Harold Swinburne. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p 399. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


SVXOPSES OF LETTERS FATES T 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


“CAIRN'S LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 27. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 

Number of shares, 4.000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Peter Stalker Cairns, manufacturer; William Ross Macdonald and 
Norman Frederick Macdonald, barristers-at-law Ella Manuel, stenographer; and 
Muried May Macdonald, married woman: all of Brantford, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Peter Stalker Cairns, William Ross Macdonald and Norman 
Frederick Macdonald. 

Chief place of Business . — Brantford, Ont. 

Objects of the Company .■ — Vide p. 470, Canada Gazelle. 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 27. 1923, to 
“THE MANITOBA PULP AND PAPER COMPANY, LIMITED.” 

Amending the capital stock provisions of the company. 

Vide p. 699. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“SELLRITE GARMENT COMPANY. LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 28. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $40,000. 

Number of shares. 800. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Bennie Wakser, Sam Collins. Abraham Cavell. Solomon Abramavitz 
and Abraham Abramavitz, all of Toronto. Ont.. manufacturers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the ('ompany. — Vide p. 472. Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 28, 1923. to 

“THE WOLTHAUSEN HAT CORPORATION, LIMITED." 

(and reduced) 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $1,000,000 to $600,000 and amending 
Letters Patent dated December 11, 1913. 

Vide p. 700. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 30. 1923, to 
" THEO MAYER SHOE CO. LIMITED” 

(and reduced), 

Decreasing the capiital stock of the company from $350,000 to $175,000, being a decrease of 
of the par value of 3,500 shares from $100 to $50 each. 

Vide p. 475, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 

“ MANSFIELD THEATRE COMPANY. LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 31. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, Sl.750.000. 

Number of preferred shares, 7.500. — Amount of each preferred shares, $100. 
Number of common shares. 10.000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Symon Morlock and Bruce Victor McCrimmon, solicitors; 
Noel Gaskin Barrow and Thomas John Bragg, accountants; Samuel Davidson Fowler, 
solicitor's clerk; Emma Pearl King and Elsie Jane Teasdall. stenographers; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 474. Canada Gazette. 1923-24 

Supplementary Let.ters Patent issued August 1. 1923, to 
"LA COMPAGNIE CANAD1ENNE DE PAPETERIE, LIMITEE " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from S49.000 to $150,000. being an increase 

of 1.010 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 546. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“INTERNATIONAL HARDWOOD CO., LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 1, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $4S,000. 

Number of shares, 4,800. — Amount of eaeh share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Waldo Whittier Skinner and George Gordon Hyde, both of His 
Majesty's Counsel, learned-in-tlie-law ; Ronald Cameron Grant, accountant; Robert 
John Forster and Elizabeth Russell McKenzie, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — St. Remi d’Amherst, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 610. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ TTDIOUTE REFINING COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 1, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, S'200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gilbert Sutherland Stairs, one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned-in- 
the-ttaiw; Leslie Gordon Bell and Sadi Conrad Demers, advocates; Anne Margaret 
Bourke, stenographer, and Laurent Guimond. book-keeper; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 472. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CONTINENTAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 2, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the-law ; 
John Doherty Kearney, advocate; Maria Daigle, accountant: Louise Edwards, steno- 
grapher, and Percy Arnott Gregory, secretary ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Frank Callaghan, Maria Daigle and Louise Edwards. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 788, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ANGLO CANADIAN COLLIERIES AND REFINERIES LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 7, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 

Number of shares, 15,000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Honourable Prosper Edmond Lessard and Guy Wilford Marriott, 
Gentlemen; Bryce Johnstone Saunders, civil Engineer; Sir George Bertrand Filmer, 
Baronet. Basil Jones, chartered accountant; Austin Eldrich Nickerson, coal mine man- 
ager; Henry Otto Zwarg, Promoter. Jules Mathias Adiodat Boileau, merchant; Herbert 
MacMillan Dawson, barrister; and Percy George Russell, railwayman, all of Edmonton, 
Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p, 6S9, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


“ DUNKLEY BABY CAR COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 7. 1923. Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, .500 — Amount of ench share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Henry Dunkley, the elder, of Birmingham, England, manu- 
facturer; Dora Harrison, of Ford, Ont., married Woman; Edward Campbell Kenning, 
barrister-at-law; Bertha Bernadette Lassaline. stenographer; and Margaret Jessie Bond, 
book-keeper; of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Henry Dunkley; the elder, Dora Harrison and 
Edward Campbell Kenning. 

Chief place of Business. — Ford, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 790. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE TORONTO RATTAN COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 7, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount, of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Sydney James Cragg, gentleman; James Grayson Smith and Frederick 
William Torrance, barristers-at-law; Strafford Watson and James McIntosh Tutt, 
solicitors; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Busitiess. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Comjmny. — Vide p. 612, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF ADVERTISING AGENCIES” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated August 8, 1923. - -- -- -- - Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — John Pratt Patterson, James Fisher, Adam Foster Smith and Clarence 
Truscott Solomon, presidents; John Joseph Gibbons, agent, and Charles Taylor Pearce, 
general manager, of Toronto, Ont.; Thomas Henry Yuli, of London, Ont., agent; Henry 
Reid Cockfield, secretary-treasurer; Edward Desbarats, president, and Francois Emi'.e 
Fontaine, general manager, of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Corporation. — Montreal Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 612, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“FREEZO KITCHEN CABINET COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 8, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, S10. 

Corporate Members. — William Henry Newcombe, salesman; Malcolm Archibald Macdonald, 
Alexander Barrett Macdonald and Reginald Vigars Prenter, barristers, and Robert 
Melville Large, dentist; all of Vancouver, B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 618, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SALT’S TEXTILE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED* 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 8, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Archibald Campbell, one of Ilis Majesty's Counsel, leamed- 
in-the-law; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; Margaret Hartley and Ethel Hartley, 
stenographers, and Man, - Kaufman, book-keeper; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Archibald Campbell, Edmund Parker Dale Harris 
and Margaret Hartley. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 542, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SPENCER KELLOGG AND SONS OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 8, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gordon Harold Aikins, John Alexander McAulay, Ephraim Herbert 
Coleman and Charles Rhodes Smith, barristers-at-law, and Wilson Edward McLean, 
student-at-law; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisionl Directors. — Gordon Harold Aikins. John Alexander McAulay and Ephraim 
Herbert Coleman. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 616, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“HIGHWOOD PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS COMPANY, LIMITED" 
Incorporated August 9. 1923. ..... Amount of capital stock, SI, 000.000 

Number of preferred -hares, 100.030. — Amount of eacli preferred share. $5. 

Number of common shares, 100.000. — Amount of each common share, So. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Hannah. Percy Leroy Sanford, Orrin Henry Eyres Might 
and Henry Grattan Nolan, barristers-at-law, and Lewis Carnaby Ross Souter, student- 
at-law; all of Calgary, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 685, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 

“NIAGARA FALLS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 9, 1923 ..... Amount of. capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount, of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles MacKay Cotton, of Westmount. Que., advocate; Peter 
Andrews, merchant; Pergantes Estrate Demetre, George Cladianos and Harry Pulos, 
gentlemen, of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Niagara Falls, Ont. 

Objects of the Com/uiny. — Vide p. 543, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


• E. B. MYERS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 11, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, 1500,000. 

Number of shares, 100.000. — Amount of each share. $5. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned-in-the-law ; 
Louise Edwards and Alice Andrews, stenographers; Maria Daigle, accountant, and 
Thomas Robillard. agent; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 694, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“INTERCOLONIAL TRADING CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 11, 1923. ..... Amount of capital stock. SI. 000, 000. 

Number of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Leith Ross. Arthur Wellesley Holmested and Leonard Victor 
Sutton, barristers-at-law ; Aileene Ritchie and Minnie Wallace, stenographers; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Leith Ross. Arthur Wellesley Holmested and Leonard 
Victor Sutton. 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville. Ont. 

Objects of the Comimny. — Vide p. 614. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“MAC.ILL HATS. LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 11. 1923. ..... Amount of capital stock. $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Boyd Hopkins, barrister-at-law; Harry Magill, manufacturer; 
Frank Beverley Misener. agent; Elizabeth Ironside Forrest, stenographer, and Jacob 
Rosberg. merchant; all of Niagara Falls, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Niagara Falls, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 615, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 13, 1923, to 
“THE CANADIAN MATCH COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $1,000,000 to $2,500,000, being an increase 

of 15000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 792, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“DUSTLESS SIFTERS, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated August 13, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, 830. 

Corporate Members* — Isidor Luncnfeld. merchant; John Wade Watkins, broker; Elizabeth 
Luncnfeld and Millicent Beatrice Watkins, married women, and Alice Ann Watkins, 
spinster: all of Brantford, Ont. 

First" or Provisional Directors. — Isidor Luncnfeld. John Wade Watkins and Elizabeth 
I.unenfeld. 

Chief place of Business. — Brantford, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 690, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


‘•RADIO TUBES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 13. 1923 ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — Hazel Irene Coward, stenographer; JoUji Joseph Rose, steamship 
agent; Frederick Alfred Dewey, assistant manager; Henry Edward Clendenan Cornell, 
student-at-law and John Francis Boland, barrister-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont.. 

Objects of the Comjxmy. — Vide p. 691. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

"WESTERN STEEL PRODUCTS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 13, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — Hector Colin McMartin and Robert Russell Symington, manufac- 
turers; Horace Ormond. Clive Jeffery Macleod, William Howard August, Ivan James 
Rochester Deacon and Thomas Harold Atkinson, solicitors; all of Winnipeg, Man. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — W innipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 692. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 14, 1923, to 
“CANADIAN FO AMITE FIREFOAM COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
• FOAMITE CHILDS OF CANADA LIMITED” 

Vide p. 699. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“DOMINION ELECTRIC PROTECTION COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated August 14. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5.000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Joseph Hughes and Aubrey Thomas Maher, barristers-at-law; 
Fidelia Heavener and Gertrude Mundy, stenographers, and Gladys Bongard. office clerk; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
t'liief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 698. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 14. 1923, to 
“FINE HAT COMPANY LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $20,000 to the sum of $70,000, being an 
increase of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 699. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ P. C. HART & COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated August 14, 1923. Amount of capital stock. 500 preferred shares of $100 each, 
and 10.000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — John MacNaughton, Albert Isidore Goodstone and John Horace 
Michaud, advocates; Thomas Joseph Griffin, agent, and Joseph Philippe Beaupre, bailiff; 
all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John MacNaughton, Albert Isidore Goodstone and Joseph 
Horace Michaud. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Com/xmy. — Vide pp. 541, 609. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“THE LAVAL SHOE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 14. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Honore Blouin, of Outremont, Que., and Wallace Henri Cote, of 
Hudson, Que., gentlemen: Lucien Dansereau, accountant; Eva Blouin and Hermine 
Blouin. clerks, of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. G45, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ THORP-HAMBROCK CO. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated August 14. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1.000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1.500. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frederic James Powers and Ada Lewis, clerks; Florence Ruby Mugger- 
idge. Bessie Moore Rogers and Doris Lewis, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frederic James Powers. Florence Ruby Muggeridge, Bessie 
Moore Rogers and Doris Lewis. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 874, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


• A. & L. STRACHAN. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated August 15. 1923. Amount of capital stock, 2,000 shares of no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Royal Ernest Carl Worry, advocate, and Wilfrid Watson Werry, 
accountant, of Montreal. Que.; Leney Muirhead Strachan and Andrew Bryson Strachan. 
of Westmount, Que., bakers; and Paul Morton, of Outremont, Que., accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 7S0. Canada Gazette , 1923-24. 


“THE MACDONALD ENGINEERING CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 15, 1923. — Amount of capital stock, 1,000 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members. — Harold Isidore Hellmuth. civil engineer; Richard Lippincott Denison 
Taylor, contractor; Lyle Ramsay, barrister-at-law; Percy Claire Finley, student-at-law; 
and Ethel Flatt, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harold Isidore Hellmuth, Richard Lippincott Denison Taylor 
and Lyle Ramsay. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 963, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ MOORE BROS MACHINERY CO., LIMITED ” 

Incorporated August 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Wiesenborn Albert Moore and Benjamin Joseph Moore, 
machinery dealers; Frank Herbert Fox, accountant; Albert Ernest Dey, salesman and 
Segfried Hinson Read Bush, advocate; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 782, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary' Letters Patent issued August 15, 1923, to 
“WARNER GRAIN COMPANY LIMITED (AND REDUCED) ” 
Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $400,000 to $322,400. 
Tide p. 792, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ BORDEAUX-NIAGARA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 16, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Robert George Osborne Thomson, comptroller; William Alexander 
Walker and Frederick McNamee Little, auditors; Harold Stephen Gausby and Hugh 
Francis Cassidy, secretaries; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 784, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CAPITAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 16, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $190. 

Corporate Members . — Leonard Charles Thomas, Glenn Elford Strike and James Lewis 
Kemp, barristers-at-law; Hector Featherston, physician; and William John Martin, 
manager; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. . 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 688, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ LAURENTIAN TIMBER PRODUCTS COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 18, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Joseph Avila Coderre. forest engineer; Janvier Paul deGuise, chemist; 
Jean Baptiste deGuise, manufacturer; Paul St. Germain and Boisdoie Panet-Raymond, 
advocates; all of the City of Montreal; in the Province of Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Avila Coderre, Janvier Paul deGuise and Jean 
Baptiste deGuise. 

Chief place of Business . — Town of St. Jerome, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 790, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ THE OXFORD SOCIETY LIMITED ” 

Incorporated August 18, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Robillard, bailiff. Max Seigler, broker; Nathaniel William 
Jacobs, advocate; Elie Halperin, student; and Bessie Singer, stenographer; all of Mont- 
real. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Robillard, Max Seigler and Nathaniel William Jacobs. 
Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 697, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 21, 1923, to 
“ ELECTRICS LIMITED ” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $250,000 to $50,000, being a decrease of 484 
unissued shares and 1,516 paid-up shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 876, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE MARLBOROUGH HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 21, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $5,000,000. 

Number of shares, 50.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — William Thomas Alexander, manager; Franklin Howard Alexander, 
secretary; Edmund Landor Taylor, barrister-at-law; Thomas Sinclair English, accountant; 
and James Kennedy Burgess Turner, valuator; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 693, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“C. B. MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 22, 1923 ..... Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Chester Beckett Moses and Byron Moses, manufacturers, and Ira 
Wilson Hamilton, physician, of Ottawa, Ont.; James Henry Isbister, of Britannia, Ont., 
merchant, and Harvey Watson Nesbitt, of Winchester, Ont., manufacturer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 960, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“MELROSE LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1.500. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Earle Cameron Popham and Harley Moody Hughes, barristers-at- 
law; John Sinclair McPherson and Robert Babazon Baillie, students-at-law, and Charles 
Ganons Whidden, accountant; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Earle Cameron Popham, John Sinclair McPherson and 
Charles Ganong Whidden. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 869. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“WEKUSKO MINES LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $600,000. 

Number of shares, 600,000. — Amount of each share. $1. 

Corporate Members. — William James Graham and Alexander Forest Dickson, brokers; Fred- 
erick Seymour Fillmore, manager; Samuel McKee, traveller: Charles Alfred Green, 
plumber; William Frederick Bonter, prospector, and Thomas Bolam Gibson, clerk; ali 
of Saskatoon, Sask. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Saskatoon. Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 785, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE B. GREENING WIRE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 23. 1923. Amount of capital stock. 12.000 preferred shares of $100 each 
and 20.000 common shares of no nominal or par value. * 

Corporate Members. — Colin William George Gibson and Robert Fortune Inch, barristers- 
at-law; Rose Marie O’Brien, secretary; William Ormiston Zealand, book-keeper, and 
Edith Maude Sipprell, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton. Ont. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 696. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE HUSH-A-PHONE CORPORATION OF CANADA. LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 24. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $25,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — William Sargent Montgomery, Albert Mearns and Gerald Morphy 
Malone, solicitors; Bertha Simons and Katherine McCausland Brown, stenographers; all 
of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors— William Sargent Montgomery, Albert Mearns and Gerald 
Morphy Malone. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 871, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“PEMACO OIL LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 30.000. — Amount of each share. $10 
Corporate Members. — Ranson L. Slater, merchant; Harry Brodie, chemist; Albert Frederick 
Townsend, deputy chief constable; Kenneth Fraser Clarke, manager; and Allan Robert 
Rorison, barrister; all of Moose Jaw, Sask. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Moose Jaw. Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 783, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE RAINIER BREWING COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, 81,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Fiddes, George William Norgan, Hugh John Davis, Robert 
Swanson and Russell Whitelaw; all of Vancouver, B.C., merchants. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 965, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“RONDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $600,000. 

Number of shares, 6,000. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Tuson Heneker, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed-in-the- 
Iaw; William Robert Eakin and Alfred Ernest Francis, steamship agents; Ernest 
Howard Cliff, advocate; and Hugh Wylie, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 966, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“SACCA FINANCIAL AGENCY LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 25, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Giuseppe Amoroso, Julius Edmund Schroeder and Vincent Sacca, 
merchants; Joseph Emile Cadotte, advocate; and George Ludger L’Heureux, accountant; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Giuseppe Amoroso. Julius Edmund Schroeder and Vincent 
Sacca. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 968, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 27, 1923, to 
“THE BELCHERS STEAMSHIP COMPANY LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from 2,000 shares without nominal or par value, 
to 2,000 ordinary shares without nominal or par value, and 1.400 shares of 
preferred stock of $100 each. 

Vide p. 876, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CANADIAN DIRIGIBLE HEADLIGHT SYSTEM, LIMITED” 
Incorporated August 27, 1923 - Amount of capital stock, $70,000. 

Number of shares, 700. — Amount of each share, SICK). 

Corporate Members. — Alfred Curzort Dobell, advocate; William Quarrier Stobo, coal mer- 
chant; Peter William Langlois, clerk; Septimus Barrow, shipping agent; and Joseph 
Wilson McLaughlin, bank manager; all of Quebec, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 872, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“LUBEK BROTHERS FUR COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 27. 1923 ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, S00. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Lubek, Jacob Lubek and Morris Lubek, furriers; Harry 
Lavine and Max Lubeck, tailors; and Sam Motzney, contractor; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 785, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 27, 1923, to 
“ W. J. ARMSTRONG LIMITED ’ 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to $150,000 being an increase of 
1,000 shares of $100 each, of which 500 shall be preference shares. 

Vide p. 876, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“WOOLLENS LIMITED" 

(A 3 a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 27, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned-in-the-law ; 
John Doherty Kearney, advocate; Maria Daigle, accountant; Louise Edwards, steno- 
grapher, and Kathleen Cinq Mars, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Callaghan, John Doherty Kearney and Maria Daigle. 
Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 875, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 30, 1923, to the 
“ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $20,000 to $50,000, being an increase of 

300 shares of S100 each. 

Vide p. 973, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“LAKE ATHABASCA FISHERIES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated August 30, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 8,000. — Amount of each preferred share $25. 

Number of common shares, 30,000. — Amount of each common share, $10 
Corporate Members. — Alexander Hannah, Percy Leroy Sanford and Everett James Chambers, 
barristers-at-law; Clara Alison Cameron and Anna Durkin McKeown, stenographers; 
all of Calgary, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1061, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 30, 1923, to 
“MINT PRODUCTS COMPANY LIMITED” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to $10,000, being a decrease of 
400 unissued shares of $100 each, and increasing the capital stock of the company from 
$10,000 to $550,000, being an increase of 5,400 shares of $100 each, of which 5,000 shares 
shall be preferred shares. 

Vide p. 973, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CORDAY TEXTILES LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 31, 1923. - - - - -• Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100, 

Corporate Members. — Marcus Joseph Hirsch and George Jerome Shapiro, merchants; John 
Albert Engel, advocate; James Burnett Taylor, accountant, and Berthe Maysenhoelder, 
stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Marcus Joseph Hirsch, George Jerome Shapiro and James 
Burnett Taylor. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects ol the Company. — Vide p. 969, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 31, 1923, to 
“H. P. LABELLE & CIE, LIMITEE ” 
Extending the powers of the company. 

Vide p. 973, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 31, 1923, to 
“MACDONALD CONSOLIDATED LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $250,000 to $2,000,000, being an increase 
of 17.500 shares of $100 each, and chancing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“ MACDONALDS CONSOLIDATED LIMITED ” 

Vide p. 973, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE MILTON WINE CO. OF CANADA LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated August 31, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Maurice Dugas and John Parker Callaghan, advocates; Michael 
Harry Franklin, student^at-law ; Maud Whittaker, stenographer, and Jean McAdams, 
book-keeper; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 868, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 31, 1923, to 
“T. H. ESTABROOKS CO., LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $500,000 to $1,000,000, being an increase 

of 5,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 973, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


• JOSEPH VERSAILLES LIMITEE” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated September 4. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number o<f shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Versailles, financier; Maurice Dugas and John Patrick 
Callaghan, advocates; Jeanne Hainault and Maud Whittaker, stenographers; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Rxisiness. — Montreal, Que 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 787, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CANADIAN THEATRE & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 5, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000'. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harold Learoyd Steele and George McClure Willoughby, barristers- 
at-law; Albert Cyril Clark, and James Leith Ross, students-at-law; and Gerald Murphy, 
accountant ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harold Learoyd Steele, George McClure Willoughby and 
Albert Cyril Clark. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 961, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ DOHERTY-EASSON COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares. 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — The Honourable Manning Doherty, Esquire; Charles Herbert Easson, 
Esquire; Roland Oliver Daly. Harold Ernest Manning and Richard George Meech, 
barristers-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 870, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ H. POTTER CO., LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 5, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Henry Potter, manager; Nathan Friedlander, traveller; Samuel Cohen 
and Joseph Sedgwick, barristers-at-law; and Sarah Sheffer, stenographer; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry Potter, Nathan Friedlander and Samuel Cohen. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1060, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“HEARST MUSIC PUBLISHERS, OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share. S100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Xavier Hearst, Music Publisher; John \V. Wilton, barrister- 
at-law; John Anderson, composer; Gordon Archibald MacLean, secretary; and Andrew 
Jesse Lloyd, music writer; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 970, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ MEXICANADA MINING CORPORATION LIMITED ” 

Incorporated September 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 50,000— Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Robert George Osborne Thomson, comptroller; William Alexander 
Walker and Frederick McNamee Little, auditors; Harold Stephen Gausby and Hugh 
Francis Cassidy, secretaries; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1057, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MOUNT ROYAL DEPARTMENTAL STORE LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 5, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed-in-the-law; 
John Doherty Kearney, advocate; Maria Daigle, accountant; Louise Edwards, steno- 
grapher; and Kathleen Cinq Mars, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Callaghan, John Doherty Kearney and Maria Daigle. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1066. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“VAN-KEL CLEANSERS LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 5, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $.500,000. 

Number of shares, 500.000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members. — William Clark Vance, manufacturer; William Wenslev Smith, insur- 
ance agent; John Seth Morfitt, car inspector; and Charles Edward Bothwell. barrister; of 
Swift Current, Sask.; Williamson Clark, insurance agent: Dan Manson Craig, dealer in 
musical instruments; and Joseph Ashfield Caulder, president and manager of Creamery 
Co., Limited, of Moose Jaw, Sask. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Swift Current, Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1152, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ VITAMINES CO., LIMITED ” 

Incorporated September 5. 1923. - Amount of capital stock. $150,000. 

Number of shares, 6.000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Pierre Journet, chemist; Henry Bruno Ledoux, manager; Joseph 
Raoul Narcisse Cousineau, merchant; Joseph Pelletier, accountant; and Edwin Peel, 
chartered accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1064, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE CITY IRON AND BOTTLE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 6, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate iMembcrs. — Aaron Brahinsky, Junk dealer; Gertie Brahinsky, married woman; 
Loretto Casey, stenographer; Albert Edward Blake McDermid, accountant; and Alastair 
Maclean Macdonald, student-at-law; all of Ottawa. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Loretto Casey, Albert Edward Blake McDermid and Alastair 
Maclean Macdonald. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 972, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“NORTHERN CANADA SUPPLY COMPANY LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 6, 1923. — Amount of capital stock, 1,100 preferred shares of $100 each 
and 5,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Wellesley Holmested, and Douglas Leith Ross, barristers-at- 
law; Leonard Victor Sutton, student-at-law; Edith Mary Carruthers and Aileene Ritchie, 
stenographers; all of the City of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1059, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“0. J. KLEIN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 6, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Robert Victor Sinclair, Archie Foster May and Richard John Sims, 
solicitors; Clarinda Olive Schagel and Lillian Beatrice de Olloqui, widows; all of 
Ottawa. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Campbelltown, Nil. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 962, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 6, 1923, to 
“WESTERN CANADA COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION” 
Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“ CANADA COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION” 

Vide p. 1069, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“TORONTO BOND EXCHANGE LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated September 7, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Pate Mulock and William Arlington Murray, barristers-at- 
law; Frank Cecil Forster ami Gordon Westman Hewitt, students-at-law, and Clayton 
Lloyd Stewart, bond dealer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Pate Mulock, William Arlington Murray and 
Gordon Westman Hewitt. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 967, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 10, 1923, to 
“THE LONDON JOCKEY CLUB, LIMITED” 
amending its Letters Patent dated March 18, 1912. 
Vide p. 1069, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 10, 1923, to 
“NIAGARA FALLS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to $100,000, being an increase 

of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1070, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 10, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Elmore Harris Senior and Harold Hodgson Ellis, barristers-at-law; 
Victor Arnold Smith, manager; Ruth Dowling, Melina Johnston, Bruff Garrett and 
John Franklin Robins, accountants; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 970. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 




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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“DOMINION FINANCIAL CORPORATION LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 11, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 6,000 preferred shares of $50 each 
and 15,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — John MacNaughton, Albert Isadore Goodstone, Joseph Horace Michaud 
and Leopold Barry, advocates, and Thomas Joseph Griffin, agent; all of the City of 
Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1055, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE HARDIE-AMES CUT GLASS CO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 14. 1923 - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Samuel Gagan and William Howell Hardie, merchants; James 
Albert Ames, salesman; Annie Brewer, stenographer, and William Weir Pollock, law- 
student; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1155, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“JOSEPH A. DESAUTELS, LIMITEE” 

Incorporated September 14, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Amable Desautels, manufacturer; Omer Chevrefils and Joseph 
Guillaume Riel, merchants; Francois Xavier Chatelle, foreman, and Maria Corbeil, 
gentlewoman; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1010. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 15, 1923, to 
“DENT, GRIFFIN, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from SIOO.OOO to $150,000 being an increase 

of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1070, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“NELSON RIVER CONSTRUCTION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 16, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.- — Herbert Edward Swift, Clive Jeffery Macleod, William Howard 
August, Ivan James Rochester Deacon and Thomas Harold Atkinson; all of Winnipeg, 
Man., solicitors. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1067, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CORNWALL OILCLOTHS LIMITED” 

Incorporated September IS, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Bessie Moore Rogers, Florence Ruby Muggeridge. Hannah Grace 
McKeil and Ella Mary Jackson, stenographers, and Roland Edward Kinsgley, manu- 
facturer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Ckief place of Business.—^ Cornwall, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1063, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 18, 1923. to 
“PERFECTION STOVE CO., LIMITED” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $1,000,000 to the sum of $500,000, being 
a decrease of 4.000 unissued shares of the capital stock of the company of $100 each, 
and by repaying to the holders of 1.000 shares of $100 each the par value thereof. 
Vide p. 1161, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE WHEELER TIRE AND RUBBER GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated September 18, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 100.000. — Amount of each share, S10. 

Corporate Members. — Alfred John Sneath, solicitor; Mason Homer, student-at-law; Anna 
Corrigan, stenographer; Alfred Henry Joyce, gentleman; and Henry Thomas Flynn, 
bailiff; all of Toronto, Oat. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alfred John Sneath, Mason Homer and Anna Corrigan. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1157, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CARBONEX OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 19, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100 
Corporate Members. — Norman Stuart Caudwell and Charles Albert Massey, barristers-at- 
law; Charles Massey Chandler, broker; Frederick James Hanna, student-at-law; and 
Carolyn MacDonald, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1068, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

" MALBERT CO., LIMITED ” 

Incorporated September 19. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $30,000. 

Number of shares, 300. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Ernest Renaud and Henry Derome, importers; Adrien Gary and 
Marc Desmarteaux. agents; and Charles Desmurteaux, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Ernest Renaud, Henri Derome and Charles Desmarteaux. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1288, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ UNITED CIGAR STORES, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated September 19, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $3,000,000. 

Number of shares, 30,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Norman Emanuel Strickland, barrister-at-law; Morlty Herman Breuls, 
Harold Emerson Boston, Roland Roy McMurtrv, Lewis Samuel and Harold Charles 
Fetherston Mockridge, students-at-law; and George Evans Atwood, accountant; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1055, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 20. 1923. to 
“ ASCOT TILE & BRICK COMPANY LIMITED ” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $75,000 to 3150,000, being an increase of 

750 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1421, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ MILK FOODS, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 21, 1923. — Amount of capital stock, 5,000 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members. — Bertrand Blair, manufacturer; William Pullin, farmer; Ekron Portice 
Hodgins, school principal; Joaquin Mokelumne Stevens, physician; Albert Edward 
Hilder, salesman; and Robert Notman Ball, barrister-at-law; of Woodstock, Ont.; and 
Georg% Edward de Montmorency, of East Zorra, Ont., farmer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Gananoque, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1154, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 22, 1923, to, 

“BRITISH EMPIRE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“ BUREAU OF CANADIAN RESOURCES LIMITED ” 

Vide p. 1070, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 22, 1923, to 
“ HUNT BROTHERS, LIMITED” 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company, dated the 24th July, 1906, and 
Supplementary Letters Patent dated the 16th August, 1917, extending 
the powers of the company. 

Vide p. 1159, Canada Gazelle, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 24, 1923, to 
“MANSFIELD THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED” 

Extending and altering the powers of the said company. 

Vide p. 1161, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE RACING REGISTER LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 24. 1923. - Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Holdstock. Jean Martineau, Jacques Panneton, Felix Mar- 
chand and Claude Choquette; all of Montreal, Que., attorneys-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1153, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“CANADIAN INSURANCE & INVESTMENT CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 26, 1923. — Amount of capital stock, 500 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members. — Kenneth Seymour Barnes, secretary; Edgar Reginald Parkins, King’s 
Counsel lor the Province of Quebec; Prescilla Grace McNair, Gladys Beardmore and 
Eliza Gardner Austen, stenographers; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Kenneth Seymour Barnes, Edgar Reginald Parkins and Eliza 
Gardner Austen. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1493, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 26, 1923, to 

“LES USINES CHIMIQUES DU CANADA LIM1TEE— CANADA CHEMICAL WORKS 

COMPANY LIMITED ” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to $1,000,000, being an increase of 

9,500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1161, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 27, 1923, to 
“MACAULAY POPE LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“ELMER B. COGSWELL LIMITED” 

Vide p. 1161, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

• MOUNT ROYAL METAL COMPANY LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company.) * 

Incorporated September 27, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Edward Grivell, accountant; Frederic James Powers and Helena 
Annie Peers, clerks; Hanna Grace McKeil and Ella Mary Jackson, stenographers; al. 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Edward Grivell, Frederic James Powers and Helena 
Annie Peers. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1156, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“COMMERCIAL FIXTURE COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated September 28, 1923. ... - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 50. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 450.— Amount of each common share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Whitney Richardson, Lancing Belmont Campbell, William 
Charles Harold Swinburne and James Arthur Boles, barristers-at-law, and Milton 
Lonsdale. Stokes, student-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Whitney Richardson, Lancing Belmont Campbell and 
William Charles Harold Swinburne. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1251, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 28, 1923, to 
“DOMINION FINANCE GUARANTY CORPORATION LIMITED" 
Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $1, 750, 000 to the sum of SI, 375, 000, being 
a decrease of 7,500 shares of $50 each, and extending the powers of the said company. 
Vide p. 1161, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“H. NARVEY & COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 28, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Mortimer Rubenstein, of Westmount, Que., advocate; George Leonard 
Alexander, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed-in-the-law ; Hugh Wylie, accountant; 
Christina Imrie, clerk, and Irene Archambault, stenographer, of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Mortimer Rubenstein, Hugh Wylie and Christina Imrie. 
Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1243, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“PALACE THEATRE (MONTREAL) LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 28, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $675,000. 

. Number of preferred shares, 1.750. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 5.000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Membirs. — William Symon Morlock, Sydney Ellis Wedd, Roy Beverley White- 
head. Bruce Victor McCrimmon and John Gowans Middleton; all of Toronto, Ont., 
solicitors. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1244, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SOLAR SECURITIES LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 28, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 1,000 shares of no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Members —James Broadbent Taylor and George Evans Atwood, accountants; 
Morley Herman Breuls, Harold Emerson Boston and Harold Charles Featherston Mock- 
ridge, students-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Broadbent Taylor, Morley Herman Breuls and 
Harold Emerson Boston. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide pp. 1331, 2263, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE COCA-COLA COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 

Incorporated September 29, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares. 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Norman Emanuel Strickland, barrister-at-law; Clifford Gordon Lynch, 
secretary; George Evans Atwood and James Broadbent Taylor, accountants, and 
William Alfred James Case, solicitor; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Norman Emanuel Strickland, Clifford Gordon Lynch and 
George Evans Atwood. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1253, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 1, 1923, to 
“ W. H. DWYER LIMITED (and reduced) ” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from SI .000,000 to the sum of $S78,500, being 
a decrease of 1.215 shares of S100 each. 

Vide p. 1162, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ESSEX FINANCE, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 2, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members. — Bernard Henry Furlong, William Henry Furlong, Morice Goldwin 
Smith, barristers-at-law; Frederic Earl Stonehouse, clerk, and Gladys May Wilson, steno- 
grapher; all of Windsor, Ont, 

First or Provisional Directors. — Bernard Henry Furlong, Frederic Earl Stonehouse and 
Morice Goldwin Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1249, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 2, 1923, to 
“ THE R. J. LOVELL COMPANY LIMITED ” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $40,000 to $250,000. being an increase of 

2,100 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1255, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CANADIAN YELLOW C.AB MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 4, 1923. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, advocate; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk; 
Frank Ashworth, accountant; Bertha Hodgson and Muriel Hayes Scott, secretaries; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1248, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ LAURENTIAN SYNDICATE, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 4, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder and Edward Stuart McDougall, advocates; 
Darley Burley-Smith, clerk: Frank Ashworth, accountant; and Muriel Hayes Scott, 
secretary; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Edward Stuart McDougall, 
Darley Burley-Smith and Frank Ashworth. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1334, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

» MESSENGER PUBLISHING COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED ” 

Incorporated October 4, 1923. Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— James McClain Baird. Harry Allen Newman end Frank Rodger 
Darrow, barristers-at-law; Lois Aileen Bryan and Florence Mary Waizman, steno- 
graphers, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p. 1326, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“REMINGTON CASH REGISTER COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 4, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Kenneth Sheridan Ham, Richard Hierome Sankey, and Percy Wood 
Beatty, barristers-at-law; Harold Bruce Turville Hough, student-at-law; and John 
Sidney Smith, law clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1329, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE J. B. WILLIAMS COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, S50.000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Louis Philippe Crepeau, one of His Majesty’6 Counsel learned-in-the- 
law, for the Province of Quebec; Maurice Dugas, John Parker Callaghan and Maurice 
Versailles, advocates; Harry Michael Franklin, student-at-law; Jeanne Hainault, Annette 
Alice Turgeon. Marjorie Napper and Maud Whittaker, stenographers; all of Montreal, P.Q. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1246, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ MOV-EZY SEATING COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED ” 

Incorporated October 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 100.000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — Gerald McTeigue. barrister and solicitor; Lillian May Grenough, Rose 
Haimes and Rena Beatrice Levitt, typists; and John Casper Corcoran, engineer; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1247, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“YELLOW CAB COMPANY OF MONTREAL, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 5, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — George Archibald Campbell, one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned- 
in-the-law; Mary Kaufman, accountant; Margaret Hartley, Lillian Margaret Gallagher 
and Ethel Hartley, Stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Archibald Campbell, Mary Kaufman and Margaret 
Hartley. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1252, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 6. 1923, to 
“CANADIAN FEATURE AND PRODUCTION COMPANY LIMITED" 
Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“UNITED EXHIBITORS OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 1336, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ STT. GENEVIEVE LAND COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 6, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Mary Roberts, secretary; Denis Gleeson Shanahau and Lucien Henry 
Barbeau, merchants; Stanislaus Payette, importer; and Richard Stanley Finn, accountant; 
all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Mary Roberts, Denis Gleeson Shanahan and Richard Stanley 

Finn. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1327, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“ANDREWS ESCOTT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated October 8, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Albert Cecil Andrews, Milford McKelvey Wright and Alfred Henry 
Trunkfield, merchants; Ellen Andrews, widow, and Grace Reith Wright, married woman; 
all of Vancouvp" B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1419, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ WITCHELL-SHEILL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated October 8. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edwin Orlando Krentler, George Augustus Krentler and William 
James Perkin, manufacturers, and Harry Conant Bulkley, attorney, of Detroit .Mich., 
and Albert Edwin Sheill, of Birmi lgham. Mich., manufacturer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1331, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ALL CLEAR WINDSHIELDS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 9, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 50.000. — .Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — William Dow Lighthall, one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned-in- 
the-law for the Province of Quebec; William Schuyler Lighthall and William Cedric 
Nicholson, advocates: Agnes Jane Funong, secretary, and Bruce Dormond McConnell, 
book-keeper; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Dow Lighthall, William Schuyler Lighthall and 
Bruce Dormond McConnell. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1325, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE AUTOMATIC CARD PUNCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED r 
“COMPAGNIE DE POINCONNEUSE AHTOMATIQUE DE FICHES, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated October 9, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Arthur Emile Soulard, linotype operator; Georges Edouard 
Robert, machinist; Fernand Belisle and Achille Joseph Pelletier, civil servants, and 
James Thomas Burgess, gentleman; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First, or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1324. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ MURRAY CONSOLIDATED MINES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 9. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000.000. — Amount of each share. SI. 

Corporate Members. — Ernest Gerald Hathway, student-at-law; Charles Herbert Croft 
Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Nellie McDonald and Jessie Mildred Perry, 
stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisioned Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1333. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ST. GABRIEL LAND & HYDRAULIC COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated October 9, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of shares, 4.S00. — Amount of each share, $12.50. 

Corporate Members. — William Langley Bond, one of His Majesty's Counsel, leamed-in-the- 
law for the Province of Quebec; Lucien Beauregard, advocate; John Bicknell Johnson, 
accountant; Netty Amy Collins and Susan Long, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — William Langley Bond, Lucien Beauregard and John 
Bicknell Johnson. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1414, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 10, 1923, to 
“CENTURY COAL COMPANY LIMITED” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $2, 500.000 to $1,907,700, such decrease 
being effected by cancelling 5,923 shares of $100 each, which are unrepresented by 
available assets. 

Vide p. 1575, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE SCOTTISH IMMIGRANT AID SOCIETY” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated October 10, 1923. ------- Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Reverend Roderick Andrew Macdonell, of Red Deer., Alta., clergy- 
man; John Stoughton Dennis, of Montreal, Que., Chief Commissioner, Colonization and 
Development, C.P.R.; John William Stewart, of Vancouver, B.C., contractor; Joseph 
Lawrence Murray, of Renfrew. Ont., manufacturer; Patrick Burns, of Calgary, Alta., 
president P. Burns Company, Limited, and John Ambrose O’Brien, of Ottawa, Ont., 
financial broker. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of the Corporation.— Red Deer, Alta. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 1409, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 12, 1923, to 
“EMERSON-THOMPSON LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“ EMERSON MOTORS LIMITED ” 

Vide p. 1421, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“SPARKLING WATERS LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 12, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares. 500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares. 500. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Jean Genest, solicitor; Charles Lapierre. assignee; Romeo Quesnel, 
accountant ; Evelina Theriault and Rebecca Mary Bobier, stenographers; all of Ottawa, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull, Quebec. , 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1410. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“AMERICAN PLUMBING SUPPLIES LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 

Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Herman Cohen and Julius Isaac Cohen, traders; Bernard Lande Cohen, 
student; Charles Governcur Ogden, advocate, and William Laurence Cohen, clerk; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors.— Herman Cohen, Julius Cohen and Bernard Lande Cohen. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1409, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ ATKINSON MARCOU, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock. $250,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 2.000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2.000. — Amount of each common share, $25 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common and Francis Curzon Dobell, advocates; 
George Robert Drennan. Alexander Gordon Yeoman and William Patrick Creagh. steno- 
graphers; Herbert William Jackson, book-keeper; and Michael Joseph O'Brien, clerk; 
all of Montreal, Que. . 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1648, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“THE CANADIAN GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 15, 1923 ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 

Number of shares, 15,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Albert Alexander Icenhour, of Amherstburg, Ont., gentleman; Frederick 
George Hoblitzell, of Sarnia, Ont., automobile dealer; Daniel Rav Grossman, assistant 
sales manager; Arthur Edward Thompson, automobile dealer; and Norman Alexander 
McLarty, barrister; of Windsor, Ont., and Albert Eastman, of Kingsville, Ont., broker. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Amherstburg, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1414, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


" THE DOMINION OF CANADA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ” 

Incorporated October 15, 1923. ------ Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Holland, of Toronto, Ont., supervisor of claims; John 
Easton, department manager; Samuel Davidson, plumber; and Harold Wilson Scrym- 
geour, accountant; of Winnipeg, Man., Thomas Mitchell, master printer; and James 
Francis McQuaid, railway foreman, of Montreal, Que.; John Russell, of Vanvouver 
B.C., assistant manager; James Adam, of Victoria, B.C., merchant, Samuel Lyne, of 
Regina, Sask., license inspector; Herbert Henry Willcox, of Fort William, Ont., general 
contractor; Charles Mathison Smail, of Edmonton, Alta, accountant; and William 
Edward Dean, of Hamilton, Ont., merchant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief office of the Corporation.— Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 1412, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“PETREL STEAMSHIPS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 16, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500/ — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Rene Chenevert, Leopold Barry and Max Bemfeld, advocates; Francis 
John Hyde, accountant; and Hope Scott, broker; all of Montreal, Que 

Firs' or Provisional Directors. — Rene Chenevert, Leopold Barr)', Max Bernfeld and Hope 
Scott. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1411, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ IRID-I-LUME DISPLAY MACHINERY COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated October 18, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shades, 25,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Clarence Delmer Oversmith, of Jamestown, N Y.. manager; Peter 
Hunter Campbell, manager; Anastasia O'Handley and Grace Mildred Secord, secre- 
taries; and Henry Mitchell Boddy, accountant; of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Clarence Delmer Oversmith, Peter Hunter Campbell and 
Anastasia O'Handley. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1415, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 18, 1923, to 
“THE MISSISSIPPI IRON WORKS, LIMITED” 

Extending the powers of the company. 

Vide p.1421, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ ROMA FILM COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 19, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $30,000. 

Number of shares, 300. — Amount of each share, $100 

Corporate Members. — Gui Casimir Papineau-Couture, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned- 
in-the-law; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, barrister; Margaret Hartley and Ethel Hart- 
ley, stenographers; and Mary Kaufman, book-keeper; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Gui Casimir Papineau-Couture, Edmund Parker Dale Harris 
and Margaret Hartley. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1418, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 20. 1923, to 
“ THE BRITISH AMERICAN COAL COMPANY LIMITED (AND REDUCED) ” 
Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $100,000 to $42,570. 

Vide p. 1421, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 20, 1923, to 
“THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company dated the 30th May, 1902, and 
Supplementary Letters Patent dated the 8th April, 1908, by extending 
the powers of the company. 

Vide p. 149S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“CANADIAN DE YAINS PROCESS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — John William Pringle Ritchie, Leslie Gordon Bell, Edward James 
Waterston and Jacques Senecal, advocates, and George Thom Hendrie, accountant; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1417, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“H. A. DOWLER GRAIN COMPANY LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated October 22, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 500 shares of no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members . — Joseph Sylvester Burke, farmer; Laurance Yeomans Cairns, barrister; 
Juanita Gertrude Burke, married woman, and Irene Beatrice McFarlane, student-at- 
law, of Edmonton. Alta, and Hobart Allen Dowler, of Millet, Alta., farmer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Sylvester Burke, Laurance Yeomans Cairns and 
Hobart Allen Dowler. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1566, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ LAURENTIAN SHOE CO. LIMITED ” 

LA COMPAGNIE DE CHAUSSURES LAURENTIENNE, LIMITEE 

Incorporated October 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Guillaume Riel, merchant; Francois Xavier Chatelle, fore- 
man; Stanislas Riel, clerk; Joseph Amable Desautels, manufacturer, and Joseph Omer 
Gagnon, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1533, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE TOWN PLANNING INSTITUTE OF CANADA” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated October 22, 1923. ------- Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Noulan Cauchon, consulting engineer; Douglas Henry Nelles, Edward 
Theodore Barclay Gillmore and Alfred Adolphe Dion, engineers; William David 
Cromarty and Colbome Powell Meredith, architects; Alfred Buckley, sociologist and 
editor; Arthur Stanley Bourinot, barrister; Edouard Gaston Daniel Dcville. Dominion 
Land Surveyor, and Francis Dillon Henderson, gentleman; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of the Corporation — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 1495, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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“ALBERTA REFINERIES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 23, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, §165,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 15.000. — Amount of each preferred share, §10. 

Number of common shares, 15,000.— Amount of each common share, §1. 

Corporate Members . — Edward Thomas Bishop and Lawrence Stuart Fraser, barristers; Rosa- 
belle Torrey and Lucile Van Themsche, stenographers, and William Beatty Stewart, 
broker; all of Edmonton, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alberta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1497, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 23, 1923, to 
“ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Changing its corporate name to that of “General Inspection and Engineering Company, 

Limited”. 

Vide page 1499, Canada Gazette 1923-24. 


“THE II. J. LOGAN COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 23. 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000. — Amount of each share. $100 

Corporate Members. — Robert Wherry. William Zimmerman, Wendell Ilurdman Osborne and 
Robert Kenneth Logan, barristers-at-law; and. Mabel Carmetta Hughes, accountant; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1493, Canada Gazette, 1922-23. 

“NOBLE CREEK PROSPECTING AND DEVELOPING CO. LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 23, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 5.000. — Amount of each share, §10. 

Corporate Members. — Ruby I.orene Reid and Bessie Thurston, Married Women; John Helm, 
Manager; Robert Mack Reid, Prospector; and Peter Alex Macdonald. Lumber Agent; of 
Waseca, Sask., James Arthur McDonald, of Lashburn, Sask., Manager; Yates Drake and 
Thomas Smith, of Kamloops, B.C. Prospector. 

First of Provisional Directors. — Ruby Lorene Reid, John Helm, Robert Mack Reid and 
James Arthur McDonald. 

Chief place of Business. — Maidstone. Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1567, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“W. R. FLEMING & COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 23, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, §100. 

Corporate Members.— Roland Oliver Daly, Harold Ernest Manning. Richard George Mcech 
and Earl Edward Thistle, solicitors and Erland Ambrose Reddin, student-at-law; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Roland Oliver Daly, Harold Ernest Manning and Richard 

George Meech. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1492. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ FINNISH ORGANIZATION OF CANADA " 

(as an association) 

Incorporated October 24. 1923 Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — John Werner Ahlquist and John Knhila. Tailors; John Victor Latva 
and John Rajala, carpenters; Amos Tobias Hill, electrician; Aino Grondahl, widow; 
and Oscar Jokcla, machinist; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of the corporation. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 1491, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“ BABCOCK-WILCOX AND GOLDIE-McCULLOCH, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 25, 1923. ... - Amount of capital stock, $3,000,000. 

Number of shares, 30,000. — Amount of each share, $100 

Corporate Members. — Charles Delamere Magee, accountant; Stanley Jack Mogg, secretary; 
Ernest Harold Stewart and William Bain, book-keepers; Harold Watson Keyes, bar- 
rister; Robert Gowans, solicitor’s clerk; and Sadie Hetherington, stenographer; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Galt. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1565 Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“COLLECTIVE SECURITIES COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 25, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Allan Angus Magee, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed-in-the- 
law, for the Province of Quebec; William Cedric Nicholson, advocate; Aylmer Living- 
stone Morris, student-at-law; Helen Mary Bagley, secretary; and Margaret Teresa 
Darragh, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Allan Angus Magee, William Cedric Nicholson and Helen 
Mary Bagley. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1494, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 25. 1923, to 
“HAMPTON TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 

“ HAMPSTEAD TRADING COMPANY LIMITED” 

Vide p. 1575, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplemental-}' Letters Patent issued 25th October, 1923, to 
“ LIGHTOLIER MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“ELECTROLIER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 1498, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 

“BELANGER PAPINEAU LIMITEE ” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated October 26. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Augustin Jean Papineau, civil engineer; and Rodolphe Danis, 
advocate; of Cornwall, Ont., Allred Belanger aDd Edouard Belanger, manufacturers; of 
Valleyfield, Que., and Joseph Victor Papineau, accountant ; of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Augustin Jean Papineau, Rodolphe Danis and Alfred 

Belanger. 

Chief place of Business. — Cornwall, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1568, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“CARON BROTHERS SALES CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated October 29, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Adolphe Louis Caron. Joseph Arthur Caron and Rene Caron, manu- 
facturers; James Fletcher Ruark, secretary ; and Gui Casimir Papineau-Couture, one of 
His Majesty's Counsel, leamed-in-the-law for the Province of Quebec, all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Adolphe Louis Caron, Joseph Arthur Caron and Rene Caron. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1574, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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“LA OOMPAGNIE DE COMMERCE TRANCONTI NEXT ALE, LIMITEE” 

“ THE TRAN CONTINENTAL TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated October 29, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $99,000. 

Number of shares, 990. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alphonse Lecuyer, pharmacist; Louis Philippe Rochon, accountant; 
Felix Rocheleau and Ernest Galardo, merchants; and Josephine Drouin, stenographer; 
all of Montreal. Que. 

First, or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1603, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“WORLD-WIDE RUBBER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 29, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 25.000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Margaret Ball and Mildred Ellard, stenographers; Norman Clifford 
Howard, student-aHaw ; William Mansell Ball, medical student; and Erell Chester 
Ironside, barrister-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1572, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“LEE SECURITIES COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated October 30, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Francis George Bush, manager; George Robert Drennan, law clerk; 
Herbert William Jackson, accountant; William Patrick Creagh and Harold Eldon Reid, 
stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis George Bush, William Patrick Creagh and George 
Robert Drennan. 

Chief place of Business. — .Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p, 1643, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“COMPAGNIE PHARMACEUTIQUE TRANS-CANADA, LIMITEE” 

“TRANS-CANADA PHARMACAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 31, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $125,000 

Number of shares, 12,500. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — Jean Renaud, of Longueuil, Que., Maurice Raymond O'Farrell, of 
Vaudreuil Station, Que., and Charles Hart, Emile La verdure and Francis McKercher, 
of Montreal, Que., clerks. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1604, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary’ Letters Patent issued October 31. 1923, to 
“THE J. B. WILLIAMS COMPANY LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“THE J. B. WILLIAMS COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED” 

Vide p. 1575, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“JOS. LACASSE SHOE CO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated October 31, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $125,000. 

Number of shares, 1,250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Joseph Ovila Lacasse, Zotique Lacasse, manufacturers; Norman Ovila 
Jolicoeur, accountant; of Montreal, Que., Louis Honore Lazure and Joseph Napoleon 
Lazure, mechant; of St. Remi, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1602, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


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“ ST. LAWRENCE IMPORTING AND DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated October 31, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick Austin Day and Thomas Martin Mungovan, barristers-at- 
law; Gerald Moore Purcell, Thomas Joseph Day and Douglas Garner Kerr, students-at- 
law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Frederick Austin Day, Gerald Moore Purcell and Douglas 
Garner Kerr. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1570, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ INTERLAKE SECURITIES LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 2, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $5,000 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members.— William Symon Morlock, Sydney Ellis Wedd, Bruce Victor 
McCrimmon and John Gowans Middleton, solicitors; and Samuel Davidson Fowler, 
solicitor’s clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Symon Morlock, Sydney Ellis Wedd and Samuel 
Davidson Fowler. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1573, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

" PHOENIX FINANCE CORPORATION, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated November 2, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S1UU. 

Corporate Members. — Benjamin Shulman, Maurice Shulman annd Samuel Alexander Shulman, 
advocates; Rose Harlig, married woman; and Dora Boretsky, spinster; all of Montreal. 

Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1568, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 2, 1923, to 
“RELIANCE GRAIN COMPANY LIMITED” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
“THE RELIANCE TERMINAL ELEVATOR COMPANY LIMITED” 

Vide p. 1575, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“BEARDSLEY UNITED SHOE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 3, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 40,000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members. — Cyrus Benjamin Beardsley and Norman Franklin Beardsley, mer- 
chants; William John McBride and James Edward Jones, salesmen; Harry Somerset 
Winchester, teacher, and Frank Frederick Martin, gentleman; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1709, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“LEE PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRE COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 3, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 200.000 shares of no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Francis George Bush and Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; 
George Robert Drennan and Alexander Gordon Yeoman, stenographers: Michael Joseph 
O'Brien, clerk; Frederick Valmore Hudon and Louis Joseph Edmond Gauthier, students- 
at-law; all of Montreal. Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide pp. 1647-2336, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“ PACIFIC DAIRIES, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated November 3, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, SI 00 .000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Lacoste, of Outremont, Que., advocate: Joseph Henri 
Gerin-Lajoie and Ephraim Leboeuf, advocates; Armandine Gagnon and Adrienne Nadon, 
stenographers, of Montreal, Qye. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alexandre Lacoste, Joseph Henri Gerin-Lajoie and Ephraim 
Leboeuf. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1569, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CASH COAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 5, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Emil Richard Ture Skarin, civil engineer; Ada Skarin, married 
woman; Olof Gunner Tweter, miner; John Harrison, salesman, and Sydney Alexander 
Dow, stenographer; all of Edmonton, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Emil Richard Ture Skarin, Ada Skarin and Olof Gunner 
Tweter. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton. Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1645, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ SHIPPEGAN PACKING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 5, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Sam George Robichaud, labourer; Eutrope Longe de Grace, hotel- 
keeper; Francois Xavier de Grace, merchant, of Shippegan, N.B.; Arthur Joseph Hache 
and John Jean Robichaud, merchants, of Lameque, N.B., merchants. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Shippegan, N.B. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1573, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CANADIAN AUTOMATIC MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 6, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — William Kenneth McKeown, advocate and King's Counsel for the 
Province of Quebec; Lome Clayton Hcrdman, stock broker; Berthe Charlebois, Doris 
Ida Locke and Mary Blanche McKeown, stenographers ; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Kenneth McKeown, Lome Clayton Herdman 
and Berthe Charlebois. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1649, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CRAWFORD-LOCKIIART LUMBER COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 6, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Jonathan Crawford and Richard Lockhart, lumbermen; Horace 
Creasor Crawford, barrister-at-law; Sidney Ward, solicitor, and Frederick James Chalk, 
student-at-law; all of W innipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Robert Jonathan Crawford, Richard Lockhart and Horace 
Creasor Crawford. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1644. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“FULTHORP, SIMPSON, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 6, 1923. - - - Amount of capita] stock, S40,000. 

Number of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Alfred John Sneath, solicitor; Maida Muriel Sneath, married woman; 
Mason Homer, student-at-law; Anna Corrigan, stenographer, and Alfred Henry Joyce, 
gentleman; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alfred John Sneath, Maida Muriel Sneath and Anna 
Corrigan. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1650, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MOUNT ROYAL LUMBER* & FLOORING, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated November 6, 1923. .... Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Albert Paul Dorais. Oscar Pierre Dorais, John Francis Walsh and 
Robert Poisson, advocates, and Alfred Gaudet, law student; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Mount Royal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1642, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued November S, 1923, to 
“MEXICAN AND GENERAL CORPORATION LIMITED” 
Extending the powers of the company. 

Vide p. 1721, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE BALSAS DREDGING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 9, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Sanders, of North Vancouver, B.C., broker; Ernest Allen 
Browne, broker; Samuel Challice Cornwall, chief clerk; Thomas Bond Head Shoe- 
botham and Frederick Armand McDiarmid, solicitors; all of Vancouver, B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Sanders, Ernest Allan Browne and Samuel Challice 
Cornwall 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. DOS, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“GURNEY SCALE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 9, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 100 shares of no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Clifford Earl Kitchen, John Nickle Davis and Stuart Alan Shoe- 
maker, students-at-law; Mary Alice Corbett and Vera Uttley, stenographers; all of 
Toronto. Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1716, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“S. AND S. SHOCK .ABSORBER OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 9, 1923. .... Amount of capital stock, $303,000. 

Number of shares, 6,000.— Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — James Malcolm Pickering and George Houston Murphy, students-at- 
law; Alma Jane McKay, stenographer; Lillian Browes, book-keeper, and Cecil Chester 
Richardson, barrister-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

h irst or Provisional Directors. — James Malcolm Pickering, George Houston Murphy and 
Alma Jane McKay. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1711, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“SHIFFLET, CUMBER AND COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 9, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Bert Lucius Cumber, Harry Joseph Hadley, Samuel Ebeneezer Brown, 
Frank Dalton Walker and Laurence Wardell Swan, of Detroit, Mich., stock brokers. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1973, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“C. BURGIS AND COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 10, 1923. - - ^ - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 100. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 300. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Newton Manly Young and Fred. Holmes Barlow, barristers; Henry 
Carman Waind, student-at-law, and Ruby Violet Motfatt and Ina Maud Johnston, 
stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Newton Manly Young, Henry Carman Waind and Ruby 
Violet Moffatt. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1715, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ FUEGO OIL COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated November 10, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $600,000. 

Number of shares, 600.000. — Amount of each share, SI. 

Corporate Members— Henry Hague Davis, John Rudd Rumball, Edward Henry Brower, 
Lawrence Alfred Landriau and Allen Lewis Lewis, all of Toronto. Ont., solicitors. 
hirst or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1707, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 

“CANADIAN BREEDING & RACING STABLES LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 13. 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, S100.000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share. $10. 

Corporate Members— John Rudd Rumball. Lawrence Alfred Landriau. Allen Lewis Lewis, 
Willard Meredith Gordon and Enoch George Percy Dean, of Toronto, Ont., solicitors. 
First, or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1720. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ DAT? AND CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated November 13. 1923. Amount of capital stock. 5 preferred shares of $100 each 
and 4.000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members— Irene Mary Martin, stenographer; John Hyland, book-keeper; William 
John Dunn. Richard Clarke and George Cooper, clerks; all of Kingston, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Kingston. Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1710, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ ESCUMINAC LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 14, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Stanley Douglass. William Daniel Gunter, James Howard Richards 
and Herbert Ralph Gunter, lumbermen, and John Babbitt McNair, barrister; all of 
Fredericton, N.B. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Escuminac, Que. 

Objects of the Comjxiny. — Vide p. 1714, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“GRIFFITHS-LUNN COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 14, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — John William Pringle Ritchie, Leslie Gordon Bell, Edward James 
Waterston and Jacques Senecal, barristers-at-law, and George Thom Hendrie, accountant; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

Fiisl or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1718, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


S “ BODIN MANUFACTURING COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 15, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 5,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 10,000. — Amount of each common share, $1. 

Corporate Members . — Harold George Fox, barrister-at-law; Henry Thomas Stedham Young 
and Charles Edward Church, mechanical engineers; Catherine Todd and Jean Chambers 
Grant, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1819, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ FONDA-TOLSTED, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 15, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, S10. 

Corporate Members . — Arthur Bonnycastle Dalrymple Bruce, gentleman; Henry Ross 
Webster, student-at-law; Gordon Peter Campbell, barrister-at-law; Maurice Crabtree 
and Wilfrid Wright Parry, solicitors; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2429, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“J. W. MARLETT & CO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 15, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 25,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — Joseph Wilfrid Marlatt, manufacturer: Mary Elizabeth Marlatt, 
married woman; John Henry Marlatt. gentleman; Henry Mitchell Boddy, accountant; 
and David Rolland, manager; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Proi’isional Directors.— Joseph Wilfrid Marlatt, Man' Elizabeth Marlatt and John 
Henry Marlatt. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1713, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 15, 1923, to 
“ UNITED CIGAR STORES LIMITED ” 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of “Metropolitan Tobacco Company 

Limited.” 

Vide p. 1900, Canada Gazelle, 1923-24. 

"THE SCIENTIFIC OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 16. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares. 2,500. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — Franklin Trail Goodwin, of Detroit. Mich., master mechanic; James 
Howard Clark and Lome Raeburn Cumming, barristers; and Mildred Clara Baker and 
Reina Madge Crowe, stenographers: of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1812, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 




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“ WILLYS-OVERLAND SALES COMPANY, LIMITED." 

Incorporated November 16, 1923. ... - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Gowans, solicitor’s clerk; Charles Delamere Magee, accountant, 
Ernest Harold Stewart, book-keeper; Allan Richard Graydon, student-at-law ; and 
Samuel Goodman Crowell, solicitor, all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1807, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“GROUT’S LIMITED.” 

Incorporated November 17, 1923. .... Amount of capital stock. $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Poland Oliver Daly, Harold Ernest Manning. Richard George Meech 
and Earl Edward Thistle, solicitors; and Erland Ambrose Reddin, student-at-law; all 
of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business — St Catharines. Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 1814, Canada Gazette 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 17, 1923, to 
“TRADERS FINANCE CORPORATION (CANADA) LIMITED” 
Amending the capital stock provisions of the company. 

Vide p. 1900, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“BOND EXCHANGE, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 19, 1923. - ... Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Edward Breen and John Leeming Grogan, barristers-at-law; 
Frederick Lane, accountant, and Eleanor Shannon and Maude Edwina Comley, steno- 
graphers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Edward Breen, John Leeming Grogan and Frederick 
Lane. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1820, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“BRYSON AND TRIHEY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 20, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Donald Black Sinclair and Arthur Ernest Langman, solicitors; Norah 
Rolph Armstrong and Edith Lyle Smith, stenographers; and Edith Elizabeth Bond, 
book-keeper; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Donald Black Sinclair, Arthur Ernest Langman and Norah 
Rolph Armstrong. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1810, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ DERBY MOTOR CARS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 20, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $l,o00.000. 

Number of shares, 150.000 — Amount of each share. $10. 

Corporate Members.— Louis Maurice Arsenault, manager; Charles Edward Meadows, agent; 
Elam Henry Smith, retired; Benjamin Franklin Miller, accountant, and John W. Wilton, 
barrister-at-law, all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p.1973, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 




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“J. A. BANFIELD, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 20, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, 81,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Jose Alexander Banfield and William Bickle Banfield, merchants; 
Ella Jane Banfield, married woman; Sigurdur Wigfusson Melsted, office manager; and 
John James Smith, departmental manager, all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Jose Alexander Banfield, William Bickle Banfield and 
Sigurdur Wigfusson Melsted. 

Chief place oj Business. — Winnipeg. Manitoba. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2068. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ LAURENTIAN LABORATORIES LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 20, 1923. .... Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000.— Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — William Lees, one of His Majesty’s counsel, leamed-in-law for the 
province of Ontario; Herbert Stare lees, Oswald David Peat, Robert Pickard McBride 
and William Kenneth Lees, barristers-at-law; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business.— Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1808, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“PREMIER FILMS. LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 20. 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, 850,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — David Dunkelman, Elly Marks, Israel Cohen, Norman Helpert and 
Harry Kaufman; all of Toronto, Ont., merchants. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p. ISIS, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“DE FOREST RADIO CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 21, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 8100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Membi rs. — Donald Hamilton Rowan and Leonard Alexander Richard solicitors ; 
Winifred Muriel Bridge, Isabelle Viola Kerry and Florence Isabel Munro, steno- 
graphers; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional D r< rtors— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1S16, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“IDEAL BREAD COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 21. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 83,000.000. 

Number of preferred shares, 20,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares. 10,000. — Amount of each common share, S100. 

Corporate Members.— William Hope Carruthers. Charles Stewart Carruthers and Robert 
McMullen, manufacturers; Horace Owen Neale, accountant; and James Edmund 
Jones. Esquire; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1896, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“CARRY ON LEAGUE OF THE TUBERCULOUS VETERANS' ASSOCIATION" 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated November 22, 1923. 

Corporate Members. — Mary Ellen Woolcott, Florence Edwards, Harriet Hill. Margaret 
Jeffery Elsie May Mcilroy and Man - Howell, all of Hamilton, Ont., married women. 
First or Provisional Directors — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of the Corporation . — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 1889, Canada Gazette , 1923-24. 


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“ STEAMSHIPS LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 22, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stook, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate: Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; Alexander Gordon Yeoman and Harold 
Eldon Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1813, Canada Gazette 1923-24. 


“ ANGLO-AMERJICAN PAPER CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 23, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 10,000 preferred shares 

of $100 each and 10.000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Lauren Henry Gardner, manufacturer, James Grant Schiller and 
Henry Herbert Collier, Esquires; Nella Louisa Nelson, Secretary ; Gordon Lawton 
Sherk, manager; Frederick William Wilson, contractor; and James John Maokan, 
accountant; all of St. Catharines, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Merritton. Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2073-2257, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 23. 1923. to 
“DYE AND CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from 5 shares of preferred stock of the par value of $100 each 
and 4,000 shares of common stock without nominal or par value to 5.000 shares of pre- 
ferred stock of the par value of $100 each and 5.000 shares of common stock without 
nominal or par value, such increase to consist of 4.995 shares of new preferred stock 
of $100 each and 1.000 shares of new common stock without nominal or par value, 
and amending letters patent incorporating the said company, dated November 13, 
1923. 

Vide p. 2343, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 26, 1923, to 
“GURNEY SCALE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from 100 shares without nominal or par value to 2.000 7 per cent 
cumulative preference shares of $100 and 1,600 common shares without nominal or 
par value, such increase to consist of 2.000 7 per cent cumulative new preference 
shares of $100 each and 1,500 new shares without nominal or par value. 

Vide pp. 1900, 2343, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 26, 1923, tc 
“HERMAN SILBERMANN COMPANY LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $49,000 to $100,000 bemg an increase of 

510 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1900, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE SURREY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 26, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 

Number of shares. 1,000. — Amount of each share. $5. 

Corporate Members. — Lawrence Macfarlane, King's Counsel for the Piovince of Quebec; 
Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott and Maurice Theodore Laficur, advocates; and 
James Geary Cartwright, office manager; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Lawrence Macfarlane, Gregor Barclay and William Bridges 
Scott. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 18S9, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 26, 1923, to 
“TRADERS FINANCE CORPORATION (CANADA) LIMITED” 

Amending the provisions of Letters Patent incorporating the company and Supplementary 
Letters Patent dated November 17, 1923, with respect to the capital stock provisions. 

Vide p. 1900, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ THE CURRIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated November 27, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $230,000. 

Number of shares, 25,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Morley Herman Breu'ls, Harold Emerson Boston, Thomas Dawson 
Delamere and Harold Charles Featherston Mockridge, students-at-law; and George 
Evans Atwood, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Morley Herman Breuls, Harold Emerson Boston and George 
Evans Atwood. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1894, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ PARRY PUBLICATIONS, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated November 27, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Parr}’, publisher; Frank Henry Parry, salesman; Agnes Louise 
Parry, married woman; John Percival White and Edgar Randolph Ashall, barristers; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Walter Parry, Frank Henry Parry and Agnes Louise Parry. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1S90, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 

“PEAT FUELS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 27. 1923. Amount of capital stock, 10,000 preferred shares of $10 
each and 20,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members.— Robert Traven Donaldson Aitken, barrister; Henri Hams and Albert 
Casavant, advocates; Charles Hunter Taylor, salesman, and Marie Rose Alarie, steno- 
grapher; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Robert Traven Donaldson Aitken, Henri Ilains and Charles 
Hunter Taylor. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1898, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ RENFREW WOOD PRODUCTS, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 27, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Archibald Campbell, King's Counsel for the Province of 
Quebec; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; Mary Kaufman, accountant, and 
Lillian Margaret Gallagher and Margaret Hartley, stenographers; all of Montreal, 
Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Renfrew, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1891, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“WEST INDIES MARITIME COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 27, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 5 preferred shares of $100 each 
and 1,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Everett Bristol. Ian McLean Maedonell and John Frederick Lucas 
barristers-at-law; Willis Bertram Sturrup, office manager, and Thomas Stewart Hagan 
Giles, accountant; all of. Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1897, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“BOYER, BLUTEAU, LIMITEE” 

Incorporated November 2S, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of’ each share, $100. 

Corporate Mem bers .—Joseph Amedee Boyer and William Patrick Bluteau, merchants; Achille 
Bergevin, broker; Lucien Perrault and Joseph Alexandre Labelle, accountants; all of 
Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1941, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THOMSON-DE I.A RONDE LIMITED” 

Incorporated November 29, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Norman Stuart Caudwell, Thomas Martin Mungovan and Charles 
Albert Massey, barristers-at-law; Charles Massey Chandler, broker; Frederic James 
Hanna and Leslie Bernard Bond, students-at-law, and Carolyn Macdonald, stenographer; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1892. Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 

“THE MATINEE MUSICAL CLl'B ” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated November 30. 1923. ------ Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Georgina Parker, Jessie Clark. Elsie Isobel Gilchrist, Gertrude Meikle 
and Jennie Maud Stanley, spinsters; Eileen Margery Hamilton and Elsie Cordell, 
married women ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of the Corporation. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 1983, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“NATIONAL VENEER AND LUMBER COMPANY LIMITED” 
Incorporated November 30. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Kerry, Aime Sydney Bruneau and Edmund Parker Dale Harris, 
advocates; Mary Kaufman and Florence Tredwell Kilgour, stenographers; of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Kerry, Aime Sydney Bruneau and Edmund Parker 
Dale Harris. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1976, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“NORMAN D. JOHNSTON, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 30, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Francis George Bush and Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; 
George Robert Drennan, Alexander Gordon Yeoman and Harold Eldon Reid, steno- 
graphers; ail of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis George Bush, Alexander Gordon Yeoman and 
Harold Eldon Reid. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1978. Canada Gazette . 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 30, 1923, to 
“OLD COLONY CLUB OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $100,000 to the sum of $70,500, suoh decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of 295 fully paid up shares of the capital stock of 
the company of the par value of $100 each, and increasing its capital stock from the 
sum of $70,500 to the sum of $100,000, such increase to consist of 295 shares of new stock 
of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2443, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 30, 1923, to 
“ WHISTLE COMPANY OF EASTERN CANADA LIMITED ” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to $450,000. being an increase of 
2.500 new common shares and 1,500 new preferred shares of $100 each and extending 
the powers of the company . 

Vide p. 1900, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CUMBERLAND SYNDICATE, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 1, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alfred Sheffield C'urn' and Carl Duncan Dennis, manufacturers; Law- 
rence Townley Curry, clerk; and Ethel Roberts, stenographer; of Amherst, N.S. ; and 
Eric Maurice Currv, of Halifax, N.S., manufacturer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Amherst, N.S. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1977, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 3, 1923. to 
“A. C. ELLIOT & CO., OF CANADA, LIMITED” 


Increasing the capital stock of the company from 200 shares without nominal or par value 
to 500 shares without nominal or par value, being an increase of 300 shares without 
nominal or par value, the company to carrv on business however with a capital of 
$2,500. 

Vide p. 1986, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ JAMES RAMSEY WHOLESALE LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 3, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Ramsey. Charles Henry Reed, James Harrison Ashcraft, 
Thomas Norman Ramsey and Archibald Scott Ramsey, of Edmonton, Alta., merchants. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1983, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


LeMAISTRE-McMARTIN, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 3, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Phillip Milton LeMaistre and Ormond Ross McMartin, commission 
merchants; Edna Chester LeMaistre, married woman: and George Frank Livermore, 
public accountant; of Westmount, Que.; and Swanson McGilvray Morison, of Montreal, 
Que., commission merchant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Phillip Milton LeMaistre, Ormond Ross McMartin and 
Swanson McGilvray Morison. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 19S0, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE BOWMANYILLE FOUNDRY COMPANY LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 4. 1923. - Amount of capital stock. $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 400. — Amount of each oreterred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,400. — Amount of each common share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Samuel King and Oscar Heuman King, barristers-at-law; Effie Lane 
and Eva Olive Reid, stenographers; and James Stewart, accountant, of Toronto. Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors— Samuel King, Oscar Heuman King and Eva Olive Reid. 
Chief place of Business. — Bowmanville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1974, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“DUNNYILLE WOOLLEN MILLS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 4, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Rodger, merchant, Henrietta Maria Coyle, widow, of Mont- 
real, Quebec, Thomas David Bailey, of Toronto, Ontario, manufacturer; John 
Heimbecker, superintendent; and Agnes Ferguson Park, book-keeper, of Dunnville, 
Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2069, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

« GEO H. HEES SON & COMPANY SALES CORPORATION, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 5, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 200,000.— Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Stephen Haas and Harris Lincoln Hees, manufacturers; Frederick 
Thomas Godwin, auditor; David Ernest Wright, sales manager; and Thomas Drew 
Smith, accountant; of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1981, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 5, 1923, to 
“P. P. MARTIN & CIE., LIMITEE— P. P. MARTIN & CO., LIMITED” 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $500,000 to $1,000,000, being an increase 

of 5.000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 19S6, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ S. A. FOLDEN COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 5, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100 

Corporate Members. — Svend Aage Folden, shipping broker; Vincent Charles Davies, 
accountant; Charles Davis Goodman, architect; Annie Goodman, stenographer; and 
Bernard Rose, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, for the Province of Quebec; all of Mont- 
real, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2066. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ CANADIAN NO BLOW OUT TUBE COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 6, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $500,000 

Number of shares, 500.000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Smith and William Johnston, barristers-at-law; Edna Pearl 
Cameron, Irene Helen Doherty and Mary Hilda Kelly, stenographers; all of Ottawa, 
Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alexander Smith, William Johnston and Edna Pearl Cameron. 
Chief place of Business. — Edmonton. Alberta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2067, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ROBB ENGINEERING WORKS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 6, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares. 5,000. — Amount of eaah share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; Alexander Gordon Yeoman and Harold 
Eldon Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2072, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“THE ROSEDALE BOWLING CLUB LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 6, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — John Samuel Gagan and John Stephen O'Dea. managers; John 
Joseph Gagan, clerk; William Pollock, student-at-law; and Pearl Grace Knox, steno- 
grapher; of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1981, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CHASE BUSINESS SERVICE LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 10. 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Leslie Gordon Bell, Edward James Waterston and Jacques Senecal, 
advocates; George Thom Hendrie, accountant; and Laurent Guimont, book-keeper; 
all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chie] place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2073, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“DAM CREEK LUMBER COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 10, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 100,000.— Amount of each share, S10. 

Corporate Members. — John Alexander Maclnnis, barrister-at-law; John James Jumkin, 
tailor; Pauline Walker, stenographer; and Thomas O’Reilly, marine engineer; of Sault 
Ste. Marie, Ont.; and Spencer Frank Postal, lumberman; of Ewart, Mich. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 19S4, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“NORTH STATE POWER COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 10, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 10.000 shares of no 

nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — William Lorimcr Hall, solicitor; Helen McLean and Irene Lovett, 
book-keepers; Grace Gwendolyn Smith and Norma Enella Nickerson, stenographers; 
all of Halifax, N.S. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Halifax, N.S. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2259, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE WARREN IGNITION AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated December 10, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each 9hare, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Leslie Cameron, commercial traveller: Lawrence Archibald 
Cameron, mechanic; both of Westmount, Quebec; Reginald Mayall, book-keeper; 
George Alfred Grace, salesman: Robert Thomas Mullin, advocate; and Malcolm 
Archibald Morrison, mechanic, of Montreal, Quebec; and Hermance Guay, of Terre- 
bonne, Quebec, stenographer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2072, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ C. A. PREVOST, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated December 11. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Arsene Prevost and Joseph Emile Manseau, merchants; 
Joseph Emery Legault and Odilon Manseau, accountants; and Joseph Georges Man- 
seau, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Arsene Prevo6t, Joseph Emile Manseau and Odilon 
Manseau. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2204, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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“ HOLDSWORTH & COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 11, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, §149,000 

Number of shares, 2,9S0. — Amount of each share, §50. 

Corporate Members. — Frederic James Powers, clerk, and Florence Varney. Ella Mary Jack- 
son, Hanna Grace McKeil and Florence Ruby Muggeridge, stenographers, all of Mont- 
real, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2340, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“LA FRANCE TEXTILES, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 11, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock 2,500 shares of no 

nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Bernard Davis, Frank Walter Carpenter, Frank Johnson and Joseph 
Bernard Brady, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of the United States of America; 
Edmund Turner Duval, of Atlantic City, New Jersey, one of the said United States of 
America, and Howard Stout Morgan, of New York, New York, one of the said United 
States of America, all manufacturers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Bernard Davis, Frank Walter Carpenter, Frank Johnson. 

Joseph Bernard Brady and Edmund Turner Duval. 

Chief place of Business. — Woodstock, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2563, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE OF CANADA” 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated December 12, 1923. - -- -- -- - Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Frances Lovering, of Hamilton, Ont., married woman; Bellelle Guerin, 
spinster, and Margaret Hingston, widow, of Montreal, Que.; Martina Owens, of St. 
John, N.B., married woman; Margaret Duggan, of Edmonton, Alta., married woman; 
Evelyn McCann, of London, Ont., married woman, and Mary MacMahon, of Toronto, 
Ont., spinster. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 2264, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ DOMINION SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 12, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 30,000 preferred 

shares of §100 each and 300,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Delamere Magee, accountant; Ernest Harold Stewart and 
Annie Alexandria Hetherington, book-keepers; Robert Gowans and Harry Walter Gye, 
solicitor’s clerks; Harold Watson Keyes and Robert Edmund Anglin and Harold Cole- 
man Walker, solicitors, and Stanley Jack Mogg, secretary, all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Chatham, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide pp. 2267 , 2337, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

"ATLANTIC INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 13, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, §20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, §100. 

Corporate Members. — Ira Bliss Burley, salesman; John Henry Burley, contractor; Roy 
Ashton Davidson and James Bernard Dever, barristers-at-law, and Mary Helena 
McGovern, stenographer, all of St. John, NJ5. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Ira Bliss Burley, John Henry Burley and Roy Ashton David- 
son. 

Chief place of Business. — St. John, NF. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2065, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 




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“ HOUSSER WOOD & CO., LIMITED ’’ 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 13, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, S50. 

Corporate Members . — Harry Broughton Housser, John Wallace Wood, Arthur Bonnycastle 
Dalrymple Bruce and Gordon Springer Ralston, bond dealers, and Richard George 
Meech, barrister-at-law, all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Harry Broughton Housser, John Wallace Wood, Arthur 
Bonnycastle Dalrymple Bruce and Gordon Springer Ralston. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2170, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ HOLMES-KEELEY LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 14, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Pierre Amable Badeaux and Erskine Buchanan, advocates, Elizabeth 
Florence Hallam and Geraldine Elizabeth McGarigle, stenographers, and Mary Edythe 
Parker, book-keeper, all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2172, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION COMPANY OF. CANADA, LIMITED 
Incorporated December 15, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 20. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, SO. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Edward Hamilton Lancaster and Archibald Eugene Mix, barristers- 
at-law, Hugh McLachlan Bell, manager; Wyman Charles Lowry, assistant manager, and 
Helen Lynn Lancaster, stenographer, all of St. Catharines, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — St. Catharines, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2332, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CAMPBELL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated December 17, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — John Alexander Campbell, contractor; George Henry Palmer, account- 
ant, and Ethel Marie Campbell, married woman, all three of Calgary, Alberta; George 
Frederick Campbell, of Gleichen, Alberta, rancher, and Roderick Herbert Campbell, of 
Cochrane, Ontario, contractor. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alberta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2340, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CANADIAN GRAIN EXCHANGE, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 500 shares of no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members . — Francis George Bush, manager; George Robert Drennan, law clerk; 
Herbert William Jackson, accountant, and William Patrick Creagh and Harold Eldon 
Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

Pirst or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2257, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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"THE CANADIAN JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS THOUGHT, INCORPORATED” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. ------ Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — William Black Creighton, editor; Percy Roy Hayward, minister; 
Ernest Abell Dale, William Manson and William Arthur Potters, professors; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Proinsional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chiej Office oj Corporation. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 2270. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“CANADIAN TRAVEL CLUB” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. ------ Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Arthur Scarlett and John Arthur McCamus. secretaries; Colin 
Weldon Blair, salesman; Robert Murdie, agent, and Keith Beresford Percy Monti- 
zambert, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 2259, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL REFINERIES LIMITED” 
Incorporated December 19, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Morley Herman Breuls, Harold Emerson Boston, Thomas Dawson 
Delamere and Harold Charles Featherston Mockridge, students-at-law, and George Evans 
Atwood, accountant; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2330, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 19, 1923, to 
“ THE IMPERIAL WRITING MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED (and reduced) 
Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $100,000 to the sum of $10,000, such decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of 2,000 unissued shares of the par value of $25 each 
and by reducing the par value of the remaining 2.000 issued shares from $25 each to S5 
each and the return to the shareholders of the difference of S20 paid up on each of the 
said 2,000 issued shares. 

Vide p. 2340, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“JOHN GORDON & SON, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated December 19. 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — David Paterson, manager; Robert Bruce Morrice, commission agent; 
Gordon William Shewan, accountant; George Archibald Campbell, one of His Majesty’s 
Counsel for the Province of Quebec, and Margaret Hartley, stenographer; all of 
Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2171, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“K. B. STODDARD AND COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. - Amount of oapital stock, $101,000. 

Number of shares, 101,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — William Jackson Turner Kerr and Rupert Cambourne Reece, grain 
merchants; David Bertram Roberts and James Henrv Peace, accountants, and Thomas 
Leonard Hartley, barrister-at-law; all of Winnipeg. Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Jackson Turner Kerr, Rupert Cambourne Reece 
and David Bertram Roberts. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2262, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“KAUSTINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. Amount of capital stock, 300 preferred shares of S100 each 
and 5,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — John Francis Crowley, manufacturer; Harry Fortum Powell, gentle- 
man, and Morley Albert Krompart, book-keeper, of Dundas, Ont., and Agnes Donlay 
and Margaret McGarvie, of Hamilton, Ont., stenographers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Dundas, Ont. 

Objects of the Coynpany. — Vide p. 2264, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE PROTEX COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Gerard Joseph McDonagh, William Thomas Jones and John 
Clarke Thomson, barristers-at-law; George Francis Marsh, broker, and William Gordon 
Marsh, salesman; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2260, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SPENCE BROTHERS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 10,000. — Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members— Harold Sayer Faulkner, Herbert Alfred Malcolmson and Donald 
Henry McCannell, auditors; Elda Iresne Beaton, secretary; and Ronald Patterson, 
stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Herbert Alfred Malcolmson, Donald Henry McCannell, 
Elda Iresne Beaton and Ronald Patterson. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2270, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“TORONTO MOTOR SALES LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 19, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of shares, 6.000. — Amount of each share, S10. 

Corporate Members. — George Edward Parkinson, barrister-at-law; Emma Staples, Jessie 
Reid, Lillian Dillon and Mary Alice Corbett, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Edward Parkinson, Emma Staples and Jessie Reid. 

Chief place of Business — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2265, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE DURHAM FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 20, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 10.000 preferred shares of 

$25 each and 10,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Sir William Howard Ilearst, Knight; William Irving Hearst, James 
Royden Gilley and George Kendall Lucas, solicitors; George Campbell Lawrence, mana- 
ger; Edwin Schofield, accountant ; Beatrice Evelyn Colquhoun, stenographer; and Evelyn 
Hearst, spinster, of Toronto, Ontario; and Francis Joseph Justin, of Brampton, Ontario, 
student-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business — Durham, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2426, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 21. 1923, to 
“ BLACKWELL & LANDRY AGENCIES LIMITED, 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ LANDRY & BERTHIAUME, LIMITED” 

Fide p. 2343, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 


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“POLLACK BROTHERS & CO.. LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 21, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, §300,000 

Number of shares, 3.000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, Maurice Dugas, John Parker Callaghan and 
Maurice Versailles, advocates; and Jeanne Haiuault, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2262, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 

“ R. N. TAYLOR & CO., LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 21, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, SIS.OOO. 

Number of shares, 1,920. — Amount of each share, §25. 

Corporate Members. — Francis George Bush and Herbert William Jaekson, book-keepers; 
George Robert Drennan, Alexander Gordon Yeoman and Harold Eldon Reid, steno- 
graphers; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2328, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“KEYSTONE TRADING COMPANY LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 22, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edward William Henry Phillips and Ivanhoe Bissonnette, notaries 
public; I.udger Bissonnette, surgeon dentist; Allan Arthur Phillips, collector; and 
Florence Edna Timkess, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2269, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

LANG’S MINERAL REMEDIES LIMITED 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 22, 1923. ----- Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares. 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Brotchie Nasmith and Robert Fennell, solicitors; Dana 
Harris Porter, student-at-law; Edith Rose Downing, book-keeper; and Jean Ferry, 
stenographer; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Dana Harris Porter, Edith Rose Downing and Jean Ferry. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2564, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 24. 1923. to 

« PORT HOPE SANITARY MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED (AND 

REDUCED) ” 

Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $1,250,000 to the «um of $750,000 such decrease 
being effected by the purchase and cancellation of 4,560 shares of preference stock 
of the par value of $100 each now issued and outstanding and the cancellation of 
440 shares of unissued preference stock of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2342, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 26, 1923, to 
“ SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES, LIMITED (AND REDUCED) ” 

Decreasing the capital stock from the sum of $150,000 to the sum of $75,000 such decrease 
being effected by the redemption of 750 preference shares Class “ A ” of the par value 
of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2342, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 




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“USACA MINING & METALS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 26, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Richmond Wyllie Hart, barrister-at-law; Ernest Gerald Hathway, 
student-at-law; Charles Herbert Croft Leggott, and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; and 
Jessie Mildred Perry, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Richmond Wyllie Hart, Ernest Gerald Hathway and Charles 
Herbert Croft Leggott. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2329, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ ALETTER-RICHARDSON, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 28, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Henry Aletter, manufacturer; Ernest William MacKenzie, 
barrister; and Esther Aletter, married woman, of Waterloo, Ontario; Charles Albert 
Richardson, of Kitchener, Ontario, manufacturer; and Adolph Movius Aletter, of 
Toronto, Ontario, insurance manager. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Kitchener. Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2328, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“GOODERHAM & WORTS, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 28, 1923. .... Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William George Gooderham, George Horace Gooderham, William 
Hargraft Gooderham, and Albert Edward Gooderham, the younger, esquires; Albert 
Edward Gooderham, distiller; and Melville Ross Gooderham, barrister-at-law; all of 
Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2333, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ GOLDWYN COSMOPOLITAN, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated December 28, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members . — Norman Emanuel Strickland, solicitor; George Evans Atwood, 
accountant; Harold Emerson Boston and Thomas Dawson Delamore, students-at-law; 
and Clifford Gordon Lynch, secretary; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Norman Emanuel Strickland, George Evans Atwood and 
Harold Emerson Boston. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2755, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 28, 1923, to 
“ GOODERHAM & WORTS. LIMITED " 

Changing its corporate name to The Old Wind Mill, Limited. 

Vide p. 2343, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“HONOUR-MADE PRODUCERS OF CANADA LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 28, 1923 ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Hazel Irene Coward, stenographer; Henry Edward Clendenan Cor- 
nell and William Bernard McHenry, students-at-law; Armand Racine and John Francis 
Boland, barristers-at-law; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Henry Edward Clendenan Cornell, William Bernard 
McHenry and John Francis Boland. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2440, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“QUEBEC AUTOMATIC SIGNS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 28, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, for the Province of 
Quebec; John Doherty Kearney, advocate; Charles Coderre, student; Maria Daigle, 
accountant; and Louise Edwards, stenographer; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Proiisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2335, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 28, 1923, to 
“SHAER, MORTON & COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of $50,000 to the sum ol $150,000, such increase to 
consist of 1,000 shares of new stock of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2342. Canada Gazette, 1923-24 

“CANADIAN LOCKER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 29, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares. 100.000— Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — Mathew Lytle Foster, collector; James Donald Shook, secretary; 
Hugh Johnston, appraiser; Alexina Christine St. Francis, instructress ; Benjamin John 
Johnstone, president; Hazel Black and Jean Courtney, stenographers; all of Toronto. 
Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2334, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CRAIGIE, LIMITED 

Incorporated December 29, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — William Hancock Johnston, barrister-at-law; William Smellie 
Mackenzie, office manager; Jean Brown, stenographer; John Augustus Clift, gentleman, 
and William Gilbert Pugsley, one of His Majesty’s Counsel for the Province of Quebec; 
all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — William Hancock Johnston, William Smellie Mackenzie 
and Jean Brown. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2556, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“PANAMA PACIFIC GRAIN TERMINALS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 29, 1923. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Arthur John Gibson, financial agent: John A. Mooney, farmer, and 
Franklin White Turnbull, barrister, all of Regina, Saskatchewan; George Charters, of 
Hawarden, Saskatchewan, farmer; Edward Thomas Myers, of Rosetown, Saskatchewan, 
physician; John Maher, of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, farmer, and James Harvey 
Newsome, of Lumsden, Saskatchewan, farmer. 

First or Provisional Directors .— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Regina, Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2428. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“BOSTON LAST CO., LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated December 31, 1923. - - - Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 1.500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Francis George Bush, manager; George Robert Drennan, law clerk; 
Herbert William Jackson, accountant: William Patrick Creagh and Harold Eldon 
Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Richmond. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2437, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


Supplementary - Letters Patent issued December 31, 1923, to 
“THE DAVID EVANS SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED" 
Changing its corporate name to 

“ BALFOUR-GUTHRIE TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Vide p. 2444, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 31, 1923, to 
INTERNATIONAL DEBENTURE CORPORATION, LIMITED” 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“JOHNSTON & WARD. LIMITED” 

Vide p. 2443, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MARINE SECURITIES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 31, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, 31,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Morley Herman Breuls, Harold Emerson Boston, Thomas Dawson 
Delamere and Roland Roy McMurtry, students-at-law, and George Evans Attwood, 
accountant; all of Toronto. Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Morley Herman Breuls, Harold Emerson Boston and George 
Evans Attwood. 

Chief place of Business. — Port Arthur, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2425, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 31, 1923, to 
“ MUSSENS, LIMITED ” 

Confirming an arrangement under the authority of Section 4 of The Companies Act 
amending Act, 1923, made between the Company and its shareholders, sanctioned by 
an order of the Superior Court of the District of Montreal, dated December 6, 1923. 

Vide p. 2676, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“V. VTVAUDOU OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated December 31, 1923. - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share. S100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Louis Calder, one of His Majesty’s Counsel for the Province 
of Quebec; James Johnston, accountant; Jack Spector. student-at-law; Sadie Anderson 
and Margaret McMartin, clerks; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2665, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 1, 1924, to 

“THE CONSOLIDATED PLATE GLASS COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED” 
Increasing its capital stock from the sum of $.500,000 to the sum of $1,000,000, such increase 
to consist of 5,000 new shares of the par value of $100 each and extending the objects 
of the company as set forth in letters patent dated June 20. 1S93, and in supplementary 
letters patent dated Julv 28, 1904, and supplementary letters patent dated December 
21, 1920. 

Vide p. 2441, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 2, 1924. to 
“MANITOBA STEEL FOUNDRIES, LIMITED” 

Amending Letters Patent dated July 10, 1916. 

Vide p. 2443, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“MOUNT ROYAL ART GALLERIES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 2, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Leonard Alexander, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, for the 
Province of Quebec; Hugh Wylie, accountant; Eugenie Fernier, secretary; Irene 
Archambault, stenographer; of Montreal, P.Q.; and Mortimer Rubenstein, of West- 
mount, P.Q., advocate. 

First or Provisional Directors.— Hugh Wylie, Eugenie Fernier and Mortimer Rubenstein. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2439, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE Q.SJS. GLOVE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 2, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Clayton Dotzert, manufacturer; John Dicrlamn, painter; Harold 
Dotzert, clerk; Lulu Dotzert, married woman; and Roy Wildfang, shoe worker; all of 
Waterloo, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Waterloo, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p. 2424, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MARCA GALLO SALES COMPANY, LIMITED’’ 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 3, 1924. ------ Amount of capital stock, $10,000 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.- — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty’s Counsel for the Province of 
Quebec; John Doherty Kearney, advocate; Paul Fortier, student; Louise Edwards, 
stenographer; and Kathleen Cinq Mars, clerk; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Callaghan, John Doherty Kearney and Paul Fortier. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2424, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ NIPIGON CORPORATION LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 3, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, 10.000 shares of no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Members — Colin William George Gibson and Silas Warren Cheever Scott, bar- 
risters-at-law ; William Ormiston Zealand, book-keeper; Joan Magdalena Wilkie 
McLennan and Edith Maude Sipprell. stenographer.- ; all of Hamilton, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Colin William George Gibson, Silas Warren Cheever Scott 
and William Ormiston Zealand. 

Chief i place of Business. — Port Arthur, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2434, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“SIMPLEX COLLAPSIBLE RIM CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED” 
Incorporated January 3, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 12,000. — Amount of each share. $25. 

Corporate Members. — William MacLeod Fletcher, contractor; Edgar James Corbett, manu- 
facturer; George Hughes Lovatt, William Earl Smith. John Steuart Duggan and Wil- 
liam Osmund Gibson ; all of Toronto, Ontario, barristers-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2764, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“B. W. DEANE & COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 4, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500 — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Norman MacLaren, of Buckingham, Quebec, merchant; Richard 
Schofield Tuer, manager; Walter Seely Johnson, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed- 
in-the-law for the Province of Quebec; James Arthur Mathewson, barrister; and Ethel 
May Peirce, secretary, of Montreal. P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2432, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“CANADIAN MINNEAPOLIS ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 4, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick Maxwell Burbidge, Herbert Andrews, John Kidd Bell and 
Owen Evans Bryan, barristers-at-law, and Robert William Kelley, barrister’s clerk; all of 
Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frederick Maxwell Burbidee, Herbert Andrews and John 
Kidd Bell. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2558, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


E. O. BERNIER A COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 4. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $19,000. 

Number of shares. 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Eric Onesiphore Bernier, Joseph Grogan, Peter Paul Conway and 
Stephen Patrick Grogan, lumber merchants; and Henri Paul Drouin, advocate; all of 
Quebec, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Eric Onesiphore Bernier, Joseph Grogan and Peter Paul 
Conway. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, P.Q. 

Objects ol the Company. — Vide p. 2565, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“FASSETT LUMBER CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 4, 1924. - Amount of caniial stock, $.500,000. 

Number of shares, 5.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Sidney Joseph Staniforth, of Fassett, P.Q., manufacturer; Charles 
Franklin Dale, of Westmount, P.Q., insurance broker; Louis Gosselin. one of His 
Majesty’s Counsel, for the Province of Quebec; Charles Ambrose Lane Hibbard, advo- 
cate; and Sarah Epstein, book-keeper, of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Sidney Joseph Staniforth, Charles Franklin Dale and Louis 
Gosselin. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2559. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ GALT MACHINE & SCREW COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 4, 1924. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Wellington Roelofson and Carl K. Jansen, manufacturers; 
Chauncey Edward Albert Dowlcr, bank manager; Effie Jane Roelofson and Minnie Vogt 
Jansen, married women; all of Galt. Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Richard Wellington Roelofson, Carl K. Jansen and Chaun- 
cey Edward Albert Dowler. 

Chief place of Business. — Galt, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide. p. 2427. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


HURON LEATHER CO., LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 4, 1924. - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Russell McKenzie, advocate, Francis George Bush, manager; 
George Robert Drennan, law clerk; Herbert William Jackson, actountant; William 
Patrick Creagh and Alexander Gordon Yeoman, stenographers; all of Montreal, P.Q. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2566, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 


“ J. A. ROSE & COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 4, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Carrulhers Austin and Charles Lee Austin, accountants; and 
Berthe Charlebois, Doris Ida Locke and Mary Blanche McKeown, stenographers; all 
of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Carruthers Austin, Charles Lee Austin and Berthe 
Charlebois. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2555, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ IV. F. MACOUN AND CO., LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 4, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $99,000. 

Number of shares, 990. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Percy Honey, notary public; Marjorie Anne Millard, Marion 
Louise Robertson, Jeanne Baillargeon, aud Ethel Louise Thom, stenographers; all of 
Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2561, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“BOOK & COATING PAPERS. LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 5, 1924. — Amount of capital stock. 10.000 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members. — Gordon Walters McDougall and Lawrence Macfarlane, both of His 
Majesty’s Counsel, for the Province of Quebec; Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott 
and William Fraser Macklaier, advocates; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2431, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“BORDER PRESS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January' 7, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $1 

Corporate Members. — William Henry Furlong. Bernard Henry Furlong and Morice Goldwin 
Smith, barristers-at-law; Vera Green, clerk; and Edna Marie Parent, book-keeper; all 
of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Henry Furlong, Bernard Henry Furlong and Morice 
Goldwin Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2554, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 7. 1924, to 

“CRANDALL, CARPENTER & READ, LIMITED” 

Changing its name to 

“E. E. CRANDALL & SON, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 2444, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ ONTARIO GOLD VEINS, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 7, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, £250,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each share, 5s. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Lloyd Roudebush, company' director; Alfred Ernest Tester, 
book-keeper. Leonard Boorer and George Gale Simpson, clerks; Frank Felce, manager; 
and Leonard Alfred Bartlett, accountant; all of London, England. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alfred Ernest Tester, Leonard Boorer, George Gale Samp- 
son, Frank Felce and Leonard Alfred Bartlett. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2432, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“CARD AND PAPER WORKS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 8, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 

Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Newcombe Gordon, one of His Majesty’s Counsel for the 
Province of Ontario; Joseph Aloysius O'Brien, solicitor; Robcna Hardwick, book-keeper; 
Edith Savigny and Vera Irene Baptie, stenographers; all of Peterborough, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — George Newcombe Gordon, Joseph Aloysius O’Brien and 
Robena Hardwick. 

Chief place of Business. — Peterborough, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 243S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 8. 1924, to 
“THE MARLATT AND ARMSTRONG COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of S150,000 to the sum of $500,000, such increase 
to consist of 3,500 new shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2444, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CANADIAN- WELSH ANTHRACITE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated January 9, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — Arnold Wainwright, Aubrey Huntingdon Elder. Edward Stuart 
McDougall and Winchester Henry Biggar, advocates; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk; 
Frank Ashworth, accountant; Bertha Hodgson and Muriel Hayes Scott, secretaries; all 
of the City of Montreal, in the Province of Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2567, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 10, 1924, to 
“THE KEMP METAL AUTO WHEEL COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Changing the corporate name of the said company to that of 
“THE CANADIAN METAL WHEELS, LIMITED” 
and amending its Letters Patent dated the 25th April, 1921. 
Vide p. 2569, Canada Gazette , 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 10, 1924, to 
“ THE SHERBROOKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED ” 
Changing its name to that of 

“THE SHERBROOKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED” 

“ LA COMPAGNIE DE CONSTRUCTION DE SHERBROOKE, LIMITEE ” 
Vide p. 2570, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"BRITISH CANADIAN SECURITIES, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated January 11, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate M embers. — Alfred Bunting, real estate salesman; John Widdis Shouldice. manu- 
facturer's agent, and Arthur Beresford Mortimer, barrister-at-law. of Toronto, Ontario; 
Edwin Robert MacGregor, of Oakville, Ontario, manager, and Stuart Hall Brown, of 
the Township of Trafalgar, Ontario, barrister-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place cf Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2561, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“C. R. FRASER COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 11, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Malcolm Stobie, broker; Charles Russell Fraser, commission broker; 
Walter Thomas Smith and Victorine Emily De La Haye, secretaries, and Hugh James 
Dawson, accountant ; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

ChicJ place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2568, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 11. 1924, to 
“FLEXIBLE METALLIC PACKING COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Changing its name to that of 
"CRANE PACKING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 2570, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE PEDWELL LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 11, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Leopold Macaulay, William Thomas Sinclair, William Webster 
McLaughlin, solicitors; Alice Hawkins, accountant, and Nola Bernice Holdaway, steno- 
grapher; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

Firs! or Provisional Directors. — Leopold Macaulay, William Thomas Sinclair and William 
Webster McLaughlin. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2673, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"QUALITY GLUE, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 11, 1924. Amount of capital stock, 1,000 preferred shares of $50 each 
and 2,000 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Jean Baptiste Elzear Pagcau, of Montreal, P.Q., manufacturer; 
Charles Avila Seguin, Henri Saint-Jacques and Thomas Charlebois, barristers, and 
Madeline Gilmour Helman, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Papineauville. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2662, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 11, 1924, to 
"SUPERIOR SALES COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $500,000 to the sum of $25,000. such decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of 4,750 shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2569, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE G. A. GRIER & HERRON LUMBER CO., LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated January 12, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis George Bush, office manager; George Robert Drennan, law 
cleik; Herbert William Jackson, book-keeper; William Patrick Creagh and Harold 
Eldon Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2663, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"CHALEUR BAY AND GULF FISHERIES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 14, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $99,000. 

Number of shares, 9,900. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — John Roy Campbell, Roy Ashton Davidson and James Bernard Dever, 
barristers-at-law; Mary Helena McGovern, stenographer; and Gordon Frederick Nichol- 
son, student-at-law; all of Saint John, N.B. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Roy Ashton Davidson, Gordon Frederick Nicholson and 
James Bernard Dever. 

Chief place of Business. — Petit Rocher, N.B. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2666, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


FORTIN, GRAYELLE, GAGNON, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 14, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Napoleon Fortin and Joseph Ephrem Gravelle, merchants; 
and Joseph Marc-Aurele Ernest Gagnon, gentleman; all three of Hull, P.Q. ; George 
David Kelley and Leo Andrew Kelley, both of Ottawa, Ont., barristers-at-law. 

First or Proirisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2S76, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


‘‘RELIANCE OILS OF CANADA. LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 14, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 500,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — William Ernest Lines, gentleman; James Nelson Young and Ethel 
Maud Bell, accountants; Lilian Brooks, stenographer; and Abraham Bernard Bercov, 
student-at-law; all of Edmonton, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alberta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2436, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


ROYAL NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE VETERANS’ ASSOCIATION 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated January 14, 1924. ------- Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — John Daniel Nicholson, assistant superintendent.; Willoughby Charles 
Bryan, commissioner; John Storm Piper, inspector; Edward Ainslie Braithwaite, doctor; 
Philip Carteret Hill Primrose, police magistrate; Reverend John Martin Comyn Ching, 
clergyman; Edmund Ford Raccy, insurance agent; George Hughes Graydon, druggist; 
and Percy Henry Tucker, corps sergeant-major; all of Edmonton, Alberta; Gilbert 
Edward Sanders, police magistrate; James Walker and George Clift King, gentlemen; 
and John Joseph Marshall, stock inspector, of Calgary, Alta.; John Henry Gresham 
Bray, of Medicine Hat, Alberta, stock inspector; Ernest William Bavin, of Lethbridge. 
Alberta, inspector; Clarence McLean Loasby, of Sirdar. British Columbia, yard master; 
John Jones Roberts, real estate agent; and Reverend Henry Charles Lewis Hooper, 
clergyman, both of Vancouver; British Columbia; and Frederick Walter Light, of 
Battleford, Saskatchewan, postmaster. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Daniel Nicholson, Willoughby Charles Bryan. John 
Storm Piper, Edward Ainslie Braithwaite. Philip Carteret Ilill Primrose, Reverend John 
Martin Comyn Ching. George Hughes Graydon, Percy Henry Tucker, Gilbert Edward 
Sanders, James Walker, George Clift King, John Henry Gresham Bray, Clarence McLean 
Loasby, John Jones Roberts and Reverend Henry Charles Lewis Hooper. 

Chief office of Corporation. — Edmonton, Alberta. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 2S67. Canada Gazelle, 1923-24. 


“JEWISH PUBLICATIONS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated Januaij 16, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members . — George Henry Riches and Charles Stanley Riches, barristers-at-law; 
Robert McClintock, clerk; Arthur Daniel Hart, salesman; all of Toronto, Ontario; and 
Thomas Louis Vineberg, of Montreal. P.Q., centleman. 

First or Provisional Directors . — George Hfenry Riches, Charles Stanley Riches and Robert 
McClintock. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2670, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“THE DROMORE INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 17, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Medley de Courcy O’Grady, Gerald Francis de Courcy O’Grady, 
Randolph Murray Fisher and John Alexander McAulay, barristers, and Margaret Wilson, 
stenographer; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors . — John Medley de Courcy O’Grady, Gerald Francis de Courcy 
O’Grady, and Randolph Murray Fisher. 

Chief place of Business.— Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company . — Fide p. 2665, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ F.ARTH-RITCH, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 17, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — James Barr, real estate broker; Lillian Graham and Alda Alberta 
Steacy, stenographers; Margaret Robinson, book-keeper; and Barbara Rolph, spinster; 
all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Barr, Lillian Graham and Barbara Rolph. 

Chief place of Business . — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2667, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 17, 1924, to 
“THE J. R. GAUNT AND SON (CANADA) COMPANY, LIMITED,” 
Increasing its capital stock from $49,975 to the sum of $250,000, such increase to consist of 
8,001 new shares of $25 each and extending the objects of the company. 

Vide p. 2676, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 17, 1924, to 
“ THE PRICE & MURRAY COAL COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“THE PRICE COAL COMPANY. LIMITED,” 

Fide p. 2676, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ A. n. HARKER, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 18, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arleigh Henry' Harker, automobile salesman: James Arthur Tugman, 
salesman; Hubert Ewart Donald and George Donald Fleming, accountants; and Marion 
Frost Harker, married woman; all of Owen Sound, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arleigh Henry Harker, James Arthur Tugman, Hubert Ewart 
Donald and George Donald Fleming. 

Chief place of Business. — Owen Sound. Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3241, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 18, 1924, to 
“ CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Confirming an arrangement under the authority of Section 4 of The Companies Act, Amend- 
ing Act, 1923, made between the Company and its shareholders, sanctioned in the 
prescribed manner by an order of Mr. Justice Rose, a Judge of the Supreme Court 
of Ontario, dated January 2, 1924. 

Vide p. 2676, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"ERNEST S. PARKER, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 18, 1924. ..... Amount of capital stook, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Ernest Seaforth Parker. James Percival Spink and William Paul 
Graham, grain dealers; Louise Betts Parker, married woman; and John Hubert Nos- 
worthy, accountant; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Ernest Seaforth Parker, James Percival Spink and William 
Paul Graham. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2768, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ LAIRD-HOLMES-WRIGHT, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 18, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $36,500 

Number of shares, 365. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate M embers. — Douglas Laird, grain broker; George Donaldson Holmes, accountant; 
Percy Edward Wright, salesman; Augustine Marie Laird and Mary Holmes, married 
women; all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Douglas Laird, George Donaldson Holmes and Percy Edward 
Wright. 

Chief place of Business . — Winnipeg. Manitoba. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2667, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“NORTH AMERICAN REFINING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 18, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Benjamin Shulman, Maurice Shulman and Samuel Alexander Shul- 
man, advocates; Rose Harlig, wife separate as to property of the said Benjamin Shulman, 
and Isabel Sinclair, wife separate as to property of the said Maurice Shulman; all of 
Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2757, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 19, 1924, to 
“MAPPIN & WEBB (CANADA), LIMITED" 
Amending letters patent dated June 4, 1913. 

Vide p. 2677, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"WESTERN APPRAISAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 19, 1924 - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — William Howard August, Ivan James Rochester Deacon and Thomas 
Harold Atkinson, barristers-at-law: Clifford Wallace Brock and Duncan Harry Young, 
students-at-law; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2770, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


“ BICKLE FIRE ENGINES, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 21, 1924. — Amount of capital stock, 2,000 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members . — Robert Sidney Bickle, William Russell Bickle, Beverley Ingersoll 
Bickle, William George Bain and John Alexander Bain, all of Woodstock, Ontario, 
manufacturers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Woodstock, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2765, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 21, 1924, to 
“THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital 6tock from the sum of $600,000, to the sum of $1,400,000, such increase 
to consist of 8,000 shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2675, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“PEATE MUSICAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 21, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $35,000. 

Number of shares, 350. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Alfred Peate, manufacturer, Ada Lewis, Florence Ruby Mugge- 
ridge, Marie Beatrice Macdonald and Helena Annie Peers, stenographers; all of Mont- 
real, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Alfred Peate, Ada Lewis and Flor nee Ruby Mugge- 
ridge. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2666, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 22, 1924, to 
“FIBRE ASPHALT PRODUCTS, LIMITED” 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“NATURAL ASPHALT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 
And amending Letters Patent dated April 20, 1922. 

Vide p. 2677, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


•HENEY HARNESS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 22, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Bessie May Sharpe, Marjorie Anne Millard, Marion Louise Robert- 
son, Jeanne Baillargeon and Ethel Ixmise Thom, stenographers; all of Montreal, P.Q. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2675, Canada Gazelle, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 22, 1924, to 
“ NATIONAL BRIDGE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $1,000,000. to the sum of $.50,000, such decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of 9,500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2677, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"MAJESTIC COLLIERIES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 22, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $500,000 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate M embers.— David Nicholson Finnie. merchant; Percy Primmer, George Lewis 
Tetlock and Ida Cuthbert, clerks, and Josephine Sommerville, accountant; all of 
Winnipeg. Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Taber, Alberta. 

Objects of the Comjxiny. — Vide p. 266S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 22, 1924, to 
“PAGE-HERSEY TUBES, LIMITED (and reduced), 

Decreasing its capital stock from 40,000 shares of preference stock of $100 each and 60.000 
shares of common stock without nominal or par value to 3S.000 shares of preference 
stock of $100 each and 60.000 shares of common stock without nominal or par value, 
such decrease being effected by the purchase and cancellation of 2,000 shares of prefer- 
ence stock of $100 each. 

Vide p. 3252, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 22. 1924. to 
"SAN FRANCISCO & McMURRAY OIL REFINING COMPANY, LIMITED" 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ALBERTA TAR SAND PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 2676, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 




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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ SASKATOON SILVER FOX COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 22, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Samuel Thomas Phineas Nichol, veterinary doctor; Frederick Robert 
Bailey and John Laycock, brokers; Charles Garnet Locke, barrister, and Annie Burnett 
Nichol. married woman; all of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Saskatoon. Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2661, Canada Gazette, 1923-21. 


“CANADIAN AUTO AND ART GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated January 23, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000 

Number of shares, 4,000.— Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members . — George Frederick Peso, of Fuerth-Nuremberg. in the State of Bavaria, 
in the Republic of Germany, manufacturer; Gerald McTeigue, advocate; Charles Egbert 
Huston, accountant, and John Corcoran, engineer, all of Montreal, P.Q., and Edmond 
Laurendeau, of Verdun, P.Q., exporter. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2660. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ GLENGARRY METAL WARES, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 23. 1924. - Amount of capital stock, S100.000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1.600. — Amount of each preferred share, $50. 

Number of common shares, 4,000. — Amount of each common share, S5. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Thomas Costello and John Alexander Macdonell, solicitors; 
Georgina Sabourin, stenographer; Michael Joseph Morris, manufacturer's agent, and 
John James Morris, coal merchant; all of Alexandria, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis Thomas Costello, John Alexander Macdonell and 
Georgina Sabourin. 

Chief place of Business. — Alexandria, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2672, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE MUTUAL PETROLEUM COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 
Incorporated January 24, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Emile Lebel and Joseph Eugene Gosselin. oil dealers; Joseph Moi'se 
Mercier, commercial agent; William Felix Mercier, advocate, and Blanche Morvan. 
stenographer; all of Montreal. P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 2753, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE YARMOUTH COLD STORAGE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 24, 1924. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $125,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur White Eakins and Seymour Creighton Baker, merchants; Austin 
Everson Nickerson, fish merchant; Joseph Ernest. Kinney, master mariner, and Claude 
Lovitt Sanderson, barrister-at-law; all of Yarmouth. N.S. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business . — Yarmouth. N.S. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p 2758, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ ALBION INVESTMENT CORPORATION. LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 25. 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Lawrence Macfarlane, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, leamed-in-the- 
law for the Province of Quebec; Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott and Adrian 
Knatchbull-Hueessen, advocates, and James Geary Cartwright, office manager; all of 
Montreal, Quebec. 

First gr Proinsional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2761, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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“BEAR RIVER PULP COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 25, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, 82,350,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 17,000. — Amount of each preferred share, S50. 

Number of common shares, 15,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Robert Frederick Secsworth. Clarence Sparks McKee and Maurice 
Crabtree, barristers-at-law; Neil Alexander Delahcy, student-at-law, and Elizabeth Jean 
Kerswill, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2669, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 25, 1924, to 
“ GENSIOR TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED ” 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“IMPORT LEAF TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED" 
Vide p. 2676, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January- 26, 1924, to 
“THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED (and reduced)” 
Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $1,400,000 to the sum of $400,500. such decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of 9,995 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2773, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ TRI-LAX REMEDY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 26. 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000.— Amount of each share. $10. 

Corporate Members. — John Best Ware, manufacturer; Addie Mable Tear, private secretary; 
Thomas William Benson, city fireman; Gerard Beaudoin and Manual Frankel, students- 
at-law; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Best Ware. Gerard Beaudoin and Manuel Frankel. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2757, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ TURNBULL-KIELY COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January- 26. 1924. - - Amount of capital stock, 500 preferred shares 

of $100 each and 750 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Patrick Walsh, Francis James Hart and Thomas Martin Mun- 
govan, barristers-at-law, and Gerald Moore Purcell and Douglas Garner Kerr, students- 
at-law, all of Toronto, Ont.. 

First or Proi'isional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2766, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued January' 2S, 1924. to 
“ HOXIE, MACPHERSON AND COMPANY, LIMITED,’” 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“A. D. MACPHERSON AND COMPANY. LIMITED.” 
Vide p. 2773, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ MUIR AND KIRKPATRICK, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 28, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Beresford Mortimer, barrister-at-law ; Alfred Bunting, real 
estate agent; Ernest Middleton Lee. student-at-law; Ada May Beament and Sallie 
Gillies Mackellar, stenographers, all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2762. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

•‘PERCY CHAMBERLAIN ASSOCIATES (CANADA), LIMITED” 
Incorporated January 2S, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Albert Eastman, of Kingsville, Ont., broker; Mary Cooke, of Walker- 
ville, Ont., stenographer; John Armet Collins, insurance agent; Ada Pulford, steno- 
grapher, and Norman Alexander McLarty, barrister, all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2S73. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SERVICE CLOTHES SHOPS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 28, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Nathan Gordon, advocate; Owen Dawson and Olivier Carignan, secre- 
taries; Cyril William Kennedy and Noah Joseph Begun, accountants, all of Mont- 
real, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Nathan Gordon, Owen Dawson and Olivier Carignan. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2760, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“EAGLE STAR BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 29, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Albert. Edward Taylor and Thomas Queale, gentlemen; Thomas Albert 
Wainman. insurance agent; James Henry Moyle, real estate agent; Alfred Henry 
Scrivens, machinist; Alexander Thomas McFarlane, accountant, all of Ottawa, Ont., 
and Elknev Mayhew, of Renfrew, Ont., merchant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2769, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“JAMES D. LACEY & CO. (CANADA), LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 29. 1924. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Ernest Albert Sterling, forest engineer, and Sherwood James Hall, 
forester, both of New York, in the state of New York, one of the United States of 
America; Solon John Hyde, of Lake Placid, N.Y., forester; Gui Casimir Papineau- 
Couture, one of His Majesty’s Counsel for the province of Quebec, and Mary Kaufman, 
accountant, of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Ernest Albert Sterling, Sherwood James Hall and Solon 
John Hyde. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3117, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ MASSEY KNITTING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 29, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Gordon Walters MacDougall and Lawrence MacFarlane, both of His 
Majesty’s counsel, for the province of Quebec; Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott 
and Adrian Knatchbull-Hugessen, advocates, all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Proxnsional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2S65, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ TILLICUM ATHLETIC CLUB” 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated January 29, 1924. ------- Without share capital. 

Corporate Members . — Frederick Bertie Richardson, proprietor, Gilbert Austin Heinekey, 
financial agent; George Freeman, carpenter; Arthur Ernest Brindley, accountant, and 
Harold Pendray, mechanic, all of Victoria, B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief office of Corporation. — Victoria, B.C. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 2872, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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• THE WINOOXA INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated January 29, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Edward Hugh Crawford, and Alexander Archibald Fraser, barristers- 
at-law; John Paterson Macdonald, law clerk; Annette Paterson Macdonald, stenographer, 
and Herbert Campbell Grant, financial agent, all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2996, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“TRAVELERS’ SHOE SHOPS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 30, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $50,000 

, Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — John Albert Engel, advocate; James Burnett Taylor, accountant; 
Georges Etienne Marien, student-at-law; Berthe Maysenhoelder and Mariam Johnston, 
stenographers; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors . — John Albert Engel, James Burnett Taylor and Georges 
Etienne Marien. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2S6S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“60ILVITA COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated January 31, 1924. ..... Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members .— William Roy Finley, hardware merchant: George Griffin Adams, 
student-at-law; Peter Macdonald Macintyre, manufacturer; Frederick Heap and Clif- 
ford Arthur Lysle Murchison, barristers; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors — William Roy Finley, Peter Macdonald Macintyre and 
Clifford Arthur Lysle Murchison. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2870, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MONOTYPE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 1, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, 100 shares of no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Members . — Morley Herman Breuls. Thomas Dawson Delamere and Harold 
Charles Featherston Mockridge, students-at-law; George Meredith Huycke, barrister-at- 
law ; and George Evans Atwood, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Morley Herman Breuls, Thomas Dawson Delamere and 
George Evans Atwood. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide pp. 2S69 and 3245, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary letters patent issued February 1. 1924, to 
“UNION GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of $50,000 to the sum of $500,000, such increase to 
consist of 4.500 shares of new stock of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2773, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 


“BRITISH AND ORIENTAL GRAIN AND ELEVATOR COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 2, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2.500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Kenneth Alexander Blatchford. of Edmonton, Alberta, gentleman: 
Alexander Aitken Gray, of North Vancouver, B.C., barrister-at-law; Alfred Bull and 
Reginald Hibbert. Tupper, barristers-at-law; and Tilly Henrietta Roedde, stenographer, 
of Vancouver, B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Kenneth Alexander Blatchford, Alfred Bull and Reginald 
Hibbert Tupper. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3349, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“GLEN-DHU DAIRY FARMS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 2, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $15,000. 

Number of shares, 150. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Leonard Alexander, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, for the 
Province of Quebec; Hugh Wylie, accountant; Irene Archambault, secretary; and 
Margaret Shauphnessy, stenographer; all four of Montreal, P.Q.; Mortimer Rubenstein, 
of Westmount, P.Q., advocate. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Hugh Wylie, Irene Archambault and Mortimer Rubenstein. 

Chief place of Business. — Whitby, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2871, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE GLOBE STAMPING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 2, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — John James Murray, barrister-at-law; James Morgan Riddell, solici- 
tor: Isobel Brintnell, Isabelle Heath and Kathleen Kelly, stenographers; all of Strat- 
ford, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Kitchener. Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2761, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“BANKERS’ MINES SYNDICATE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated February’ 4, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, 25,000 shares of no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Members. — John Wilson Cook and Allan Angus Magee, both of His Majesty’s 
Counsel for the Province of Quebec; William Cedric Nicholson, advocate; Margaret 
Theresa Darragh, accountant; and Helen Mary Bagley, clerk; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2771, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 4, 1924, to 
“ CANADIAN IvRON SCALE COMPANY, LIMITED ’ 
Changing its name to 

“ STUBBING LIFT TRUCK SYSTEMS, LIMITED, 
Vide p. 3002, Canada Gazette, 1923-24 


“ McCONNEL REALTIES, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated February 4, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William George McConnel, of the City ol Westmount, in the Prov- 
ince of Quebec, real estate broker; Harry Johnston McConnel, of the Town of St. 
Laurent, in the said Province of Quebec, storeman; John Anthony McConnel, com- 
mercial traveller; Wallace James McConnel, broker; and Mary McConnel, spinster; all 
of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2867. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 4, 1924. — Amount of capital stock, 500 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members. — Francis George Bush, manager; George Robert Drennan, law clerk; 
Herbert William Jackson, accountant ; William Patrick Creagh and Harold Eldon Reid, 
stenographers; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis George Bush. William Patrick Creagh and Harold 
Eldon Reid. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2866. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“CARTHAGE MACHINE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 
Incorporated February 5, 1924. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $120,000. 

Number of shares, 1,200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Addison Fanvell Wardwell, of Watertown, New York, one of the 
United States of America, banker; Arthur Klock Hinds, of Carthage, New York, one 
of the said United States of America, manufacturer; Fred Stuart Wilson, manufacturer; 
Harry Willis Ackerman, gentleman; and Francis Edmund O'Flynn, barrister; all three 
of Belleville, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3237, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ FOREIGN TRADE COMPANY", LIMITED ” 

Incorporated February 5, 1924. — Amount of capital stock, 1,000 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members. — Lawrence Macfarlane, one of His Majesty’s Counsel for the Prov- 
ince of Quebec, Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott and Adrian Knatchbull-Hugessen, 
advocates; and James Geary Cartwright, office manager; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Lawrence Macfarlane, Gregor Barclay and William Bridges 
Scott. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3001, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ JAMES STEWART LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated February 5, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — James Stewart, grain merchant, Clive Jeffrey Macleod, William Howard 
August, Ivan James Rochester Deacon and Thomas Harold Atkinson, solicitors; all of 
Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2877, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“TRENTON CHEMICAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 5, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Edward Parkinson and Norma Lown, barristers-at-law; Emma 
Staples, Lillian Dillon and Mary Alice Corbett, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — George Edward Parkinson, Emma Staples and Lillian Dillon. 
Chief place of Business. — Trenton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2S63, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CENTRAL MOTOR APARTMENTS LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 6, 1924. — Amount of capital stock, 2.200 shares of no nominal or par 

value. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Beresford Mortimer, barrister-at-law; Alfred Bunting, real 
estate agent; Ernest Middleton Lee, student-at-law; Ada May Beament and Sallie 
Gillies Mackellar, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2874, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ NEW YORK EMBROIDERY CO., LIMITED ” 

Incorporated February 6, 1924. _ - - - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Morris Solomon Mayper, George Greenstein and Max Greenstein, mer- 
chants. Clara Mayper. housekeeper, and Charles Edward Gallagher, chartered accountant; 
all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Morris Solomon Mayper, George Greenstein and Max 
Greenstein. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2990, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“REELHEAT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 6, 1924. Amount of capital stock, S25.000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Leonard Charles Thomas, Glenn Elford Strike, and James Lewis 
Kemp, barristers-at-law ; Hector Featherston, physician; and William John Martin, 
manager; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 28S1, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


‘‘A. EUG. AUBRY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 7, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Cote, barrister-at-law; Theodule Charles Legault, manager; 
Auguste Eugene Aubry, merchant; Albina Rose Aubiy, clerk; and Joseph Horace 
Legault, physician; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 2S79, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 7. 1924, to 
“CANADIAN AUTOMATIC MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Converting the company into a public company. 

Vide p. 2882, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 8, 1924, to 
“ SERVICE TOBACCO SHOPS, LIMITED ” 

Increasing its capital stock from 1,000 common shares without nominal or par value and 
3,000 preferred Shares of the par value of $100 each to 1,000 common shares without 
nominal or par value and 8,500 preferred shares of the par value of 8100 each, such 
increase to consist of 5,500 preferred shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2882, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CORDUROY CORDS AGENCY OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated February 9, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Paul Brosseau and Charles Auguste Brosseau, accountants; George 
Ulric Francoeur, machinist; Gerin Normand, publicist; and Arthur Lalonde, advocate; 
all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 2880, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“LAMINO COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 9, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — John William Pringle Ritchie, Leslie Gordon Bell, Sadi Conrad 
Demers, Edward James Watcrston and Jacques Senecal, advocates; and George Thom 
Hendrie, accountant; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Proxnsional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place oj Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 2991, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE MITCHELL BRASS FOUNDRY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 9, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Frederick Mitchell, manager; Charles Henry Mitchell, super- 
intendent; Percy Joseph England, realtor; Ernest John Mitchell, salesman; and William 
Arthur Nelles, agent; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.—' The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 2880, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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"!§AUNDERS RIDGE COAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 9, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 

Number of shares, 1,500,000. — Amount of each share $1. 

Corporate Members . — William Gordon Egbert, Clarence Everett Smith and Austin de Bemus 
Winter, Barristers-at-law; Walter Evans Huckvale, student-at-law; and Ada Belle 
Ready, stenographer; all of Calgary, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alberta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2993, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 11, 1924, to 
“ FILMCRAFT INDUSTRIES, LIMITED (and reduced)” 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from the sum of $250,000 to the sum of 
S212.000, such decrease being effected by the cancellation of 3S0 shares of the par value 
of $100 each and the repayment to the shareholders of the par value thereof. 

Vide p. 2882, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“INSTO COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 11, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate, Members .- — Wilbert Harvard Howard, advocate; and Henry Charles McNeil, 
accountant, of Montreal, Quebec; Joseph James Harold, advocate; and Pansy Cowan, 
stenographer, of Westmount, Quebec; and Jacob DeWitt, of Outremont, Quebec; one 
of His Majesty’s Counsel for the Province of Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Wilbert Harvard Howard, Joseph James Harold and Jacob 
DeWitt. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2995, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 11, 1924, to 
“ KEYES SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from $24,000 to $54,000, such increase to consist of 300 shares 

of $100 each. 

Fide p. 3127, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary’ Letters Patent issued February 12, 1924, to 
“BAY LINE STEAMSHIPS, LIMITED,” 

Changing its corporate name to 

“THE TREE LINE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED.” 

Vide p. 3002, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“OLAJEN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 12, 1924. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 2,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $50. 

Number of common shares, 3,000. — Amount of each common share, $50. 
Corporate Members . — Harold George Fox, barrister-at-law; Charles Edward Church, Henry 
Thomas Stedham Young and Louis James Robinson, mechanical engineers, and Jean 
Chambers Grant, stenographer, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2998, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"BORDER AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 13, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 200. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 200. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — William Henry Appleby, mechanical engineer; Carrie Appleby, mar- 
ried woman; James Douglas Fletcher, salesman; Maxiene Walter, widow, and Patrick 
Henry Walsh, manager; all of Windsor, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2996, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“CANADIAN UNITED PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 13, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Erichscn Brown, Franklin Bell Eagleson, barristers-at-law; Wil- 
liam Hutchinson Sparrow, student-at-law; Bessie Ida Saunders, stenographer, and Mer- 
land Powers Whelan, electrical engineer, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Erichsen Brown, Franklin Bell Eagleson and William 
Hutchinson Sparrow. 

Chit I place oj Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 299", Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ALGONQUIN VENEER & LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated February 15, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $000,000. 

Number of shares, 6,000.— Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Noel Chauvin and John Joseph Meagher, both of His Majesty’s 
Counsel for the province of Quebec; Henri Crepeau and Jean Martineau, advocates, 
all four of Montreal, Quebec, and Harold Earle Walker of Westmount, Quebec, one of 
His Majesty’s Counsel for the said province of Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 3120, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ THE ALLSTEEL WHEEL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED ’’ 

Incorporated February 15, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $200,000 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Douglas Cooper, broker; Robert Fennell and Charles Brotchie 
Nasmith, solicitors; Dana Harris Porter, student-at-law, and Edith Rose Downing, book- 
keeper, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 3118, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“AUTOMOBILE LEGAL ASSOCIATION (MARITIME), LIMITED" 

Incorporated February 15, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — William Binney Milner and Edward Stirling Dixon, managers; Henry 
Poole MacKeen and William Marshall Rogers, barristers-at-law, and David Whitney 
MacKeen, salesman, all of Halifax, N.S. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Edward Stirling Dixon, Henry Poole MacKeen, William 
Marshall Rogers and David Whitney MacKeen. 

Chief place oj Business. — Halifax, N.S. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3125, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ EVANS & CO„ LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 15, 1924. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Gordon Hyde, one of His Majesty’s counsel, for the province 
of Quebec; John Gerard Ahern, advocate; Ronald Cameron Grant, accountant; Robert 
John Forster, secretary, and John Polwarth Hume, student^at-law, all of Montreal, 
Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Gordon Ilyde, John Gerard Ahem and Robert John 
Forster. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 2999, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“GRAY’S WOMEN’S WEAR, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February' 15, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Marcus Mey'er Sperber, one of His Majesty’s counsel, leamed-in-the- 
law, for the province of Quebec; Lyon Levine, David Isaac Shvemar and Henry Weinfield, 
advocates, and Sarah Miller, stenographer, all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 3000, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MACAULAY SECURITIES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 15, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares. 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Thomas Bassett Macaulay. President and Managing Director; Mar- 
garet Agnes Macaulay, married woman; Henry Warren Ivilburn Hale, secretary; Douglas 
Lawson Macaulay, assistant secretary; all of Westmount, Quebec, and Marion Spence 
Wright, of Montreal, Quebec, assistant private secretary. 

First or Pwvisional Directors . — Thomas Bassett Macaulay, Margaret Agnes Macaulay and 
Marion Spence Wright. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 3002, Canada Gazette . 1923-24. 


“VIKING PUMP COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 16, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Jonathan B. Huyck, of Detroit, Mich., one of the United States of 
America, salesman; Wilbur Nicholas Hostrop, banker; Peter Chris Petersen, factory 
superintendent; John Christen Petersen, machinist, and John George Wyth, factory 
manager, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, one of the said United States of America. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chicl place of Business. — Walkerville, Ontario. 

Objects oj the Company— Vide p. 3446, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 
Incorporated February 18, 1924. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares. 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Walter Alfred Merrill, one of His Majesty’s Counsel for the Province 
of Quebec, and Archibald Stalker and John Foster Chisholm, advocates; Jean Lang 
Muir, accountant, and Margaret Johnston, secretary; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Promsional Directors . — Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker and John Foster 
Chisholm. 

Chief place oj Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 3121. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February' 19, 1924, to 
“JOLIETTE STEEL PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

Creating 1,000 shares of the capital stock of the company preference shares and extending 

its powers. 

Vide p. 3127, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ROAMER MOTOR CAR COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED” 
Incorporated February 19, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 50,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 100.000. — Amount of each common share, $5. 

Corporate Members .— Frank Erichsen Brown and Franklin Bell Eagleson, barristers-at-law; 
William Hutchinson Sparrow, student-at-law; Vira Alberta Aull and Bessie Ida Saunders, 
stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3116, Canada Gazette, \923-2i. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“DOMINION IMPORTS, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated February 20, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty's Counsel for the Province of 
Quebec; John Doherty Kearney, advocate; Paul Fortier, student; Maria Daigle, 
accountant, and Kathleen Cinq Mars, clerk; all of Montreal. Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors— Frank Callaghan, John Doherty Kearney and Paul Fortier. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3122, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 21, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount- of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Ait-chison. Collamor Chipman Calvin, George Herbert Sedge- 
wick, John Wellington Pickup and John Beverly Robinson; all of Toronto, Ontario, 
barristers-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3244, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“E. SODOMSKY & SONS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 21, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 

Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — EH Sodomsky, Morton Frank Sodomsky, Ben Sodomsky, Sam 
Sodomsky and Moses Sodomsky; all of Winnipeg, Manitoba, merchants. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Eli Sodomsky, Morton Frank Sodomsky and Ben Sodomsky. 
Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3238, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ERICK BOWMAN REMEDY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 21, 1924. .... Amount of capital stock, $125,000. 

Number of shares, 25,000. — Amount of each share, S5. 

Corporate Members. — John Samuel Henry Matson and Alastair Douglas Macdonald, gentle- 
men; William Banks Monteith, chartered accountant; Ernest Lyall Tait and Henry 
George Sanders Heisterman, barristers-at-law; all of Victoria, British Columbia. 

First or P-ovislonal Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Victoria, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3124, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“CANADIAN STEEL STRAPPING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 23, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares. 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Noel Chauvin and John Joseph Meagher, both of His 
Majesty's counsel for the Province of Quebec; Henri Crepeau and Jean Martineau, 
advocates, all four of Montreal,, Quebec, and Harold Earle Walker, of Westmount, 
Quebec, one of His Majesty's Counsel for the said Province of Quebec. 

First or Proihcional Directors— Henry Noel Chauvin, John Joseph Meagher and Harold 
Earle Walker 

Chief place, of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3240, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“STEARNS CANADIAN KNIGHT MOTORS. LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 23, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Paul Goulet, accountant; Albert Bellemare. machinist; Louis Joseph 
Edmond Gauthier, law student ; Georges Gauthier, custom clerk, and Elzear Beauregard, 
advocate; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or P r ovisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3123, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 25, 1924, to 
“BRITISH PETROLEUMS, LIMITED’’ 

Extending the powers of the company. 

Vide p. 3252, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“HARVEY BROS., LIMITED’’ 

Incorporated February 25, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members .— Henry Noel Chauvin and John Joseph Meagher, both of His Majesty’s 
counsel, for the province of Quebec; Jean Martineau and Ernest Howard Cliff, advo- 
cates, of Montreal, Quebec, and Harold Earle Walker, of Westmount, Quebec, one of 
His Majesty’s counsel for the said province of Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3239, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 25, 1924, to 
“THE MARTEN CORPORATION, LIMITED,” 

increasing its capital stock from the sum of $200,000 to the sum of $300,000, such increa.-’ 
to consist of 1.000 new preferred shares of the par value of S100 each. 

Vide p. 3252, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ McCREA-WILSON LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February’ 25, 1924. ... Amount of capital stock 20,000 shares of 

no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members . — Colville Sinclair and John William Long, advocates; William Taylor, 
manager; Ethel Maud Kelley, stenographer, and Angus McLeod Murray, assistant secre- 
tary all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3249, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“STANLEY BELTING COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 25, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — William McIntosh Cooper, company manager; William Durie Gwynne, 
Percy Wood Beatty and Kenneth Sheridan Ham, barristers; Rutherford Williamson, 
accountant ; William George McMullen, book-keeper, and John Sidney Smith, solicitor's 
clerk, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3342, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“BEAVER AUTO NECESSITIES, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 26, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — George Gordon Hyde, one of His Majesty’s counsel, for the province 
of Quebec; John Gerard Ahem, advocate; Ronald Cameron Grant, accountant; Robert 
John Forster, secretary, and John Polwarth Hume, student-at-law, all of Montreal, 
Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — George Gordon Hyde, John Gerard Ahern and Robert John 
Forster. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

* ibjects of the Company. — Vide p. 3247, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“MONTREAL BOND COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 26, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $.50,000. 

„ Number of shares, 500.— Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Leon Daoust. clerk: Alma Agnes Mack, stenographer; Charles Mor- 
rison Robertson, accountant; Albert Isidore Gooodstone and Joseph Horace Michaud, 
advocates, all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3250, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ TRANS- ATLANTIC WA^CH AND CLOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February 26, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexandre Chevalier, John Edwin Crankshaw, advocates; Morris 
Signer, and Michael Joseph O'Brien, clerks, and Edmond Ernest Genest, salesman, all 
of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alexandre Chevalier, John Edwin Crankshaw and Morris 
Signer. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3242, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE FOUR PROVINCES TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED" 
Incorporated February 27, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $500,000 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Howard August, Ivan James Rochester Deacon and Thomas 
Harold Atkinson, barristers-at-law : Clifford Wallace Brock and Duncan Harry Young, 
students-at-law. all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg. Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3250, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ MANSFIELD CORPORATION LIMITED ” 

Incorporated February 27, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Wilson Cook and Allan Angus Magee, both of His Majesty's 
counsel leamed-in-the-law, for the province of Quebec; Theodore Bigelow Heney and 
William Cedric Nicholson, advocates, and Margaret Teresa Darragh, accountant, all of 
Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Wilson Cook, Allan Angus Magee and Theodore Bige- 
low Heney. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3345, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“McMURRAY PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 27, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Joseph Agar, Aubrey Thomas Maher and Joseph Williams 
Thompson, barristers-at-law; Niram Fletcher Smith, student-at-law, and Lloyd Crysler, 
accountant, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Joseph Agar, Aubrey Thomas Maher and Joseph 
Williams Thompson. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3667, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"RICHARD ROSCHMAN & BRO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 27, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Roschman and Rudolf Roschman, manufacturers; Carl Rich- 
ard Roschman, superintendent; Eugene Louis Roschman, accountant, and Samuel 
Hughes Roschman. office clerk, all of Kitchener, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Waterloo. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3317, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“ FRASER-BRACE ENGINEERING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated February' 2S, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Winchester Henry Bigg3r, advocate; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk; 
Frank Ashworth, accountant; Bertha Hodgson and Mary Brooks, secretaries, all of Mont- 
real, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Winchester Henry Biggar, Darley Burley-Smith and Frank 
Ashworth. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3344, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 29, 1924, to 
“ BRACER SAMUELS, LIMITED,” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“LEWIS’ LIMITED” 

Vide p. 3253, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MERCHANTS BUTTON COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated February 29, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shires, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Roschman and Rudolf Roschman, manufacturers; Carl Rich- 
ard Roschman, superintendent; Eugene Louis Roschman, accountant, and Samuel 
Hughes Roschman, office clerk, all of Kitchener, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Waterloo, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 324S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued February 29, 1924, to 
“TECUMSEH BASEBALL AND ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,” 
Converting it from a private company into a public company. 

Vide p. 3454, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“INTERCONTINENTAL SECURITIES. LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 1, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, S10. 

Corporate Members. — William Mortimer Mazur, advocate; Vincent Colin Macdonald, agent; 
Louis Brochu, treasurer; Harold Victor Brayley, engineer, and Henri Emond. account- 
ant; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3343, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 1, 1924, to 
“ST. LAWRENCE P.APER MILLS, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from 25,000 eight per cent participating preferred shares of $100 
each and 40,000 common shares without nominal or par value to 25,000 eight per cent 
participating preferred shares of $100 each ami 50.000 shares without nominal or par 
value, such increase to consist of 10,000 common shares without nominal or par value. 

Vide p. 3354, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 3, 1924, to 
“AKED & COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of $400,000 to the sum of $500,000, such increase 
to consist of 1,000 shares of common stock of the par value of $100 each and amending 
Letters Patent. 

Vide p. 3353, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 3, 1924, to 

“THE CANADA SIDECAR MANUFACTURING AND WELDING COMPANY 

LIMITED ” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“CARTERS LIMITED” 

Vide p. 3334, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“NIXON AND WARDEN, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 4, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, 8100. 

Corporate Members. — George Eecles Nixon and Ryland Hutton Warden, manufacturers' 
agents; Louise Wheatley, stenographer; David Howard Queen, clerk, and James 
Rochester Young, barrister-at-lajw ; all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Eccles Nixon, Ryland Hutton Warden and James 
Rochester Young. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3781, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 6, 1924. to 
“THE CANADIAN BAG COMPANY, LIMITED (and reduced)” 

Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $1,000,000 to the sum of 8972,100, such decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of 279 seven per cent cumulative preference shares of 
$100 each and the repayment to the holders of the said shares of the par value thereof. 
Vide p. 3354, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 6, 1924, to 
“ COLLECTIVE SECURITIES COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Amending the provisions of Letters Patent dated October 25, 1923 
Vide p. 3354, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 6, 1924. to 
“HATFIELD & COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of 849 500 to the sum of 8100.000, such increase 
to consist of 505 shares of new stock of the par value of 8100 each. 

Vide p. 3354, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ KENNEDY & COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 6, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $125,000. 

Number of Shares, 1,250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Allan Angus Magee, one of His Majesty’s Counsel leamed-in-the-Iaw 
for the Province of Quebec; William Cedric Nicholson and Theodore Bigelow Heney, 
advocates; Margaret Teresa Darragh, accountant, and Helen Mary Bagley, secretary ; 
all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Allan Angus Magee, William Cedric Nicholson, Theodore 
Bigelow Heney and Margaret Teresa Darragh. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Comjiany. — Vide p. 3346, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“MoCUAIG BROS. & COMPANY. LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 6, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, 8100.000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Henry Haire. manager; Edward James Gardner, accountant; 
Albert Turner Howard, book-keeper; Marjorie Anderson, stenographer, and William 
Bayliss, clerk; all of Montreal. Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3554, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“THE NATIONAL REFRIGERATING MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 6, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Samuel Venis and Solomon Louis Goldberg, merchants; Charles 
Francois Lambin. inventor; Benjamin Shulman and Maurice Shulman, advocates; all 
of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 334S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“OLDSMOBILE ‘SIX’ MOTORS LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 6, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members— John Wilson Cook and Allan Angus Magee, both of His Majesty’s 
Counsel, learned-in-the-law for the Province of Quebec ; Theodore Bigelow Heney and 
William Cedric Nicholson, advocates, and Margaret Teresa Darragh, accountant; all 
of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Wilson Cook, Allan Angus Magee and Theodore 
Bigelow Heney. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3351, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“STR. ROCHELIE, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 6, 1924. Amount of capital stock, One hundred and twenty shares of no 

nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Chi lion Graves Heward. one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned-in- 
the-law for the Province of Quebec; Rufus Clement Holden, the Younger, and Paul 
Phelps Hutchison, advocates; Herbert William Shearer, manager, and Bruce Forbes, 
stenographer; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Chilion Graves Heward, Rufus Clement Holden, the 
Younger, and Paul Phelps Hutchison. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3350, Canada Gazelle, 1923-24. 


“WM. LEE CO., LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 6, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Seely Johnson, one of His Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the- 
law for the Province of Quebec; James Arthur Mathewson, barrister; Kathleen Gale, 
Ethel May Peirce and Marie Beatrice Macdonald, secretaries; all of Montreal, Quebec. 
First, or Provisional Directors. — Walter . Seely Johnson, James Arthur Mathewson and 
Kathleen Gale. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3445, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“BARTH CANADIAN, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 7, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Joseph Agar, one of His Majesty’s counsel, learned-in-the- 
law for the province of Ontario; Aubrey Thomas Maher and Joseph Williams Thomp- 
son. barristers-at-law; Niram Fletcher Smith, student-at-law, anti Lloyd Crysler, account- 
ant, all of the city of Toronto, Ontario 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3S98, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“ IDEAL FASHIONS, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 7, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1.000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 10.000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — William Smith, printer; John Percival White, Edgar Randolph Ashall 
and William John Major, barristers, and Dorothy Hall, accountant, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3450, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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“MACDONALD MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 7, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Morley Herman Breuls, Harold Emerson Boston, Thomas Dawson 
Delamere and Harold Charles Featherston Mockridge, students-at-law, and George 
Evans Atwood, accountant, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Morley Herman Breuls, Harold Emerson Boston and George 
Evans Atwood. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3442, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SHURLY & DERRETT, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated March 7, 1924. - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Brotchie Nasmith and Robert Fennell, solicitors; Dana Harris 
Porter, student-at-law; Edith Rose Downing, book-keeper, and Jean Ferry, stenographer, 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Dana Harris Porter, Edith Rose Downing and Jean Ferry. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3440, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE BELLEVILLE FISH PACKING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 8, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Gilpin, fish buyer; Francis Edmund O'Flynn. Edmund Duckett 
O’Flynn and John Dale O’Flynn, solicitors, and Margaret Pratt, book-keeper, all of 
Belleville, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Robert Gilpin, Edmund Duckett O 'Flynn and John Dale 
O’Flynn. 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3352, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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“EMOND AUTOMOBILE SAFETY LOCK LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 8, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Berthe Tetreault, wife separate as to property of Eugene Emond and 
by him duly authorized to these presents; Eugene Emond, insurance broker; Georges 
Emond, painter; Adjutor Cote, notary, and Jean Tmdel, advocate, all of Montreal, 
Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3552, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“RICHARDSON AND BUREAU, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

^Incorporated March 8, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, one of His Majesty’s counsel leamed-in-the-law for 
the province of Quebec; John Doherty Kearney, advocate; Paul Fortier, student; Louise 
Edwards, stenographer, and Maria Daigle, accountant, all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3449, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ADANAC MOTORISTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 11, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Henry Riches and Charles Stanley Riches, barristers-at-law; 
Charles Henry Riches, patent attorney; Robert McClintock and Muriel Simmons Lan- 
caster, clerks, all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3447, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“JOHN R. REED AND SONS COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 11, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Leon Daoust, clerk; Alma Agnes Mack, stenographer; Charles Mor- 
rison Robertson, accountant; Albert Isidore Goodstone and Joseph Horace Michaud, 
advocates, all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Fide p. 3445, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“SONNE AWNINGS LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 11, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, 5.000 shares 

of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Judah Tnhey, one of His Majesty’s Counsel learned-in-the- 
law for the province of Quebec; Wentwoth Roy Dillon, advocate, and William Alex- 
ander Gray, insurance superintendent, of Westmount, Quebec; Michael Thomas Burke, 
advocate, and Patrick Mullin, accountant, of Montreal. Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Wentworth Roy Dillon, William Alexander Gray, Michael 
Thomas Burke and Patrick Mullin. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3444, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 12, 1924, to 
“ GROUT’S LIMITED,” 

Amending Letters Patent dated 17th November, 1923, and sub-dividing 9.000 shares of com- 
mon stock of the par value of $100 each into 36.000 shares of common stock 
of the par value of $25 each. 

Vide p. 3453, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“JOHN A. LANG & SONS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 12, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2.000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Adolphus Lane, Joseph Hartman Lang, and August Lang, tan- 
ners; Mary Lang, married woman, of Kitchener, Ontario, and John Callahan, of Toronto, 
Ont., barrister-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Kitchener. Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3453, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

‘‘THE ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS & SERVICE CO., LIMITED’’ 

Incorporated March 13, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, S100. 

Number of common shares, 250. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Hugh Keating Middleton, of Peterborough, Ont... accountant; Samuel 
Max Greenfield, financial broker; Thomas Cecil Hoad and Eddy Albert Seymour, sales- 
men, and Morris Kates, broker, of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Hugh Keating Middleton, Samuel Max Greenfield and Eddy 
Albert Seymour. 

Chief place of Business. — Peterborough, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3548, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


‘ BLACK & MOIR. LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated March 13. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Joseph Black and Archibald Moir, merchants; Frank Max- 
well Miller, designer; Douglas Charles Abbott, advocate, all of Montreal, Quebec, and 
James Gordon Nicholson, of Westmount, Quebec, advocate. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis Joseph Black, Archibald Moir and Frank Maxwell 
Miller. 

Chief place ol Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3452, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 13, 1924, to 
“THE DOUC. ALL VARNISH COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ MURPHY VARNISH COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.” 

Vide p. 3567, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“HENRI NOBERT, LIMITEE.— HENRI NOBERT, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 13, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexandre Lacoste, all of Outremont, Quebec, advocate; Henri Gerin- 
Lajoie and Ephraim Leboeuf, advocates; Amandine Gagnon and Adrienne Nadon, steno- 
graphers, all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alexandre Lacoste. Henri Gerin-Lajoie and Ephraim Leboeuf. 
Chief place of Business. — Trois-Rivieres. Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3600, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ MOUNT ROYAL EXTRACT CO., LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 13. 1924. - - Amount of capital stock, 4S0 preference shares 

of $100 each and 400 common shares of no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Zoel Adolphe Lambert and Joseph Gustave David, managers; Antoine 
Alphonse Pigeon and Aristide Pigeon, merchants; Denis Alfred Alix, accountant, all of 
Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3439, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 13, 1924, to 
“ SILKS, LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from $350,000 to the sum of $500,000. such increase to consist 
of 1,500 new shares of the par value of $100 each and extending the powers of 

the company. 

Vide p. 3454, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 14, 1924, to 
“BANKING SERVICE CORPORATION,” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ BROOKS SECURITIES. LIMITED.” 

Vide p. 3567, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 14, 1924, to 
“THE OTTAWA IRON & METAL CO., LIMITED,” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ M. ADDLE MAN. LIMITED." 

Vide p. 3567, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“FINISHED STEEL PRODUCTS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 15, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Reginald Crawford Stevenson, Frank Roger Walker, and Arthur West- 
man Knowles, chartered accountants, and Rena Susan Knowltqn and Helen May Gert- 
rude Weiss, stenographers, all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Reginald Crawford Stevenson, Frank Roger Walker and 
Arthur Westman Knowles. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3457, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ INSPECTORS LUMBER CO., LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated March 15, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 15,000. — -Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — George Gordon Hyde, one of His Majesty's counsel leamed-in-the- 
law for the province of Quebec; John Gerard Ahern, advocate; Ronald Cameron Grant, 
accountant; Robert John Forster, secretary, and John Polwarth Hume, students-at-law, 
all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Sherbrooke, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 355S, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ CANADIAN DENTAL HYGIENE COUNCIL ” 

(As an Association) 

Incorporated March 17, 1924. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Sydney Chilton Mewburn, of Hamilton, Ont., one of His Majesty’s 
counsel, leamed-in-the-law for the province of Ontario; Arnold Denbow Alfred Mason, 
Horace Eugene Eaton, William Cecil Trotter, Frederick Joseph Conboy, Wallace Sec- 
combe and Edmund Alexander Grant, all of Toronto, Ont., dental surgeons. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief office of Corporation. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 3668, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“CANTILEVER SHOE CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated March 17, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $.50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members— James Malcolm Pickering. John Douglas Hanlan, and John Richard- 
son Hunter, students^at-law ; Lilian Browes, book-keeper, and Alma Jane McKay, steno- 
grapher, all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3553, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 17, 1924, to 
“THE CLARKE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Changing its corporate name to that of 
“THE CLARKE COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Vide p. 3567, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

“ MANUFACTURERS APPRAISAL COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 17, 1924. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — John Bruce O'Brien and James Moffat Forgie, barristers-at-law; 
Charles Percy Sale and Douglas Portice Robinson, students-at-law, and Jean Courtney, 
stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — John Bruce O'Brien, James Moffat Forgie and Douglas 
Portice Robinson. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3660, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“SQUARE ‘D’ COMPANY CANADA LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 17, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate .Members . — Stanley Lount Springsteen, of Walkerville, Ont., barrister-at-law; 
Harry Richards McGladdery and Harvey Leroy Barnes, barristers-at-law; Andrew Braid, 
accountant, and Violet Vater, stenographer ; all of Windsor, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Stanley Lount Springsteen, Harry Richards McGladdery 
and Harvey Leroy Barnes. 

Cine; place of Business. — Walkerville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3549, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


■ VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 17, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, S100. 

Corporate Members . — Henry Judah Trihey, one of His Majesty's Counsel, learned-in-the- 
law, for the Province of Quebec; William Alexander Gray, insurance superintendent, 
and Wentworth Roy Dillon, advocate, of Westmount, Quebec; Patrick Mullin, 
accountant, and Walter Moore Kavanagh, financial agent, of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide pp. 3558 and 3783. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE WALKER FISH COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 17, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Everett Bristol and Craig Alan St. Clair McKay, barristers-at-law ; 
Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant; Willis Bertram Sturrup, office manager, 
and Helen Paterson, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3560, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 18, 1924, to 
“GUTTA PERCHA A RUBBER, LIMITED” 

Amending Letters Patent dated December 11, 1912. 

Vide p. 2567. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“BUDWEISER BREWING CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 19. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members . — Andrew Wentworth Hunter, John Clarke Thomson and Henry Gordon 
Donley, barristers-at-law; Charles Henry Kemp, solicitor; George Roy Sproat, account- 
ant; Catharine McDonald and Janet Allan, solicitor's clerks; all of Toronto, Ont. 

Fi'st or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 34.56. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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“ DRYSDALE ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 19, 1924. ... - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Flockhart Drysdale. mechanical engineer; Lawrence Mac- 
farlane, one of His Majesty's Counsel, leamed-in— the-law, for the Province of Quebec; 
Gregor Barclay, William Bridges Scott, advocates, and James Geary Cartwright, office 
manager; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3555, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ RAHANE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 19, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Ramsay Holden and Ohilion Graves Heward, both of Hia 
Majesty’s Counsel learned-in-the-law for the Province of Quebec; Paul Phelps Hutchison, 
advocate; Herbert William Shearer, manager, and Alfred Boreham Wright, stenographer; 
all of Montreal. P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arthur Ramsay Holden, Chilion Graves Heward and Paul 
Phelps Hutchison. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3557, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE RED DEER SUNBURST OILS LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 19, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, S100,000. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Theodore Eline, contractor; John Roy MacCrostie, dentist; 
Willard Erskine Trueman, accountant; George Frederick Norris, manager, and Frederick 
Warren Guetz, bailiff; all of Red Deer, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief 7 lace of Business. — Red Deer, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3661, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ROSLYN SECURITIES COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 19. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Reginald Ker and Richard Tuson Heneker, both of His 
Majesty’s Counsel, learned-in-the-law, for the Province of Quebec; Robert Edwin Moyse, 
Brian Brooke Claxton, advocates, and Mary Ellen Keegan, clerk; all of Montreal. Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Reginald Ker, Richard Tuson Heneker and Robert 
Edwin Moyse. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3564, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“STOKER, OWEN & MATHEWSON, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 19. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Thornley MacGillycuddy Stoker, bond broker; William Hugh 
Owen, financial agent; Hugh Mathewson. stock broker; William Patrick Creagh and 
Harold Eldon Reid, stenographers; all of Montreal. P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors— Thomas Thornley MacGillycuddy Stoker, William Hugh Owen 
and Hugh Mathewson. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3565, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“THE COMMERCIAL REVIEW OF CANADA LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 20, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common Shares, 250. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Louis Philippe Crepeau, one of His Majesty’s Counsel learned-in-the- 
law for the Province of Quebec; Maurice Dugas, John Parker Callaghan and Maurice 
Versailles, barristers, and Jeanne Hainault. stenographer; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Louis Philippe Crepeau, Maurice Dugas and John Parker 
Callaghan. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3662, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE ROOFERS SUPPLY CO. LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 20. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $'200,000. 

Number of shares ,2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Mervil MacDonald, Geoffrey Walters Adams, Edwin Smily, William 
iraser Grant, Frank James Sullivan, barristers-aHaw; Douglas Irving Grant, Lome 
Macdonald, students-at-law, and Isabel Clement, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 
F*rst or Fractional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3663, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“NATIONAL FARM AGENCY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 21, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $350,000 

Number of shares, 3.500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — George Marshall Thompson. Benjamin Meen, real estate brokers; 
Charles Courtland Martin, Robert Forsyth and William Belmont Common, solicitors; 
all of Toronto, Ontario. 

Fi'si or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3559, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ST. CLAIR DREDGE AND CONTRACT COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated March 21, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — William Michael Egan and Francis Arthur Landriau, barristers-at-law; 
James Wilson Bern,-, accountant ; Charles Wallace McDiarmid, manager, and Rosalind 
Trombley, stenographer; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — William Michael Egan, Francis Arthur Landriau and 
Charles Wallace McDiarmid. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — 1'ide p. 3789, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“WARD AND BIRKBECK. LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 21, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 2,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 2.500. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members .— Clharles Walfish. student-at-law; Sheila Hetherington and Anna Me- 
Cumber, stenographers; Emerson Ward, accountant, and Harold Donald Birkbeck, sales 
manager, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3562, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE CLARKE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 22. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Desmond Arthur Clarke and Wilfrid George Clarke, gentlemen; Frank 
Maguire Stanton, secretary-treasurer; Ada Mariella Enright and Mary Frances Burke, 
stenographers, all of Quebec. Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3790, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“EASTERN COAL DOCK CO., LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated March 22, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Edward Warner Wright, John Bamber Allen, Douglas Joseph Nickle, 
and Ewart Reginald Lynch, barristers-at-law, and John Antliff Kent, accountant, all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Edward Warner Wright, John Bamber Allen and Ewart 
Reginald Lynch. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3563, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE MARITIME GOLD MINES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 22, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 

Number of shares, 75,000. — Amount of each share. $1. 

Corporate Members . — Rodolphe Danis, barrister-at-law; William Daniel Leroux, gentleman: 
Colin Smith Nesbitt, commercial traveller; Barton Allan Reddick and Arthur Colby 
Wyatt, dairymen, all of Cornwall, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Cornwall, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3666, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 22, 1924, to 
“THE NATIONS OIL REFINERIES, LIMITED,” 

Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $6,000,000 to the sum of $4,250,000 such decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of $1 750.000 of common stock, which is no longer rep- 
resented by available assets, and the consequent reduction of the par value of 350.000 
ccmmon shares of the company from the sum of $10 per share to the sum of $5 per 
share. 

Vide p. 3672, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ALPHA SPECIALTIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated March 25, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000 — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Omer Danis and Emile Morin, accountants; Lorenzo Lachance, mer- 
chant; Daniel James White, salesman, and Robert Leslie Griffiths, stationer, all of 
Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Oojects of the Company. — Vide p. 3659. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 25, 1924. to 
“ BROMPTON PULP & PAPER COMPANY, LIMITED ” 
Extending the powers of the company. 

Vide p. 3672, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


‘ FEDERAL PHOTOPLAY PRODUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED” 
Incorporated March 25, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — James Kenniston Paisley, financial agent : Arthur Bateman, super- 
visor of motion pictures; John Baptist Arbick, civil servant, all of Ottawa, Ontario, and 
Francois Albert Labclle, notary public, and Paul Auguste Labelle, broker, of Hull, 
Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors . — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company . — Fide p. 3664, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 25, 1924, to 
“ THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, LIMITED ” 
Changing its corporate name to that of 
“ GOLD DUST CORPORATION, LIMITED." 

Vide p. 3671, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 25, 1924, to 
“WOODS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(And Reduced) 

Decreasing its capital stock from the sum of $5,000,000 to the sum of $4,973,800, such decrease 
being effected by the cancellation of SO common shares and 182 7 per cent cumu- 
lative preferred shares, all of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 3793, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 

Supplementary letters patent issued March 26. 1924, to 
“ELMER B. COGSWELL, LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of $40,000 to the sum of $100,000, such increase 
to consist of 600 shares of new stock of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 3671, Canada Gazette. 1923-24. 

“H. P. GOULD COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 26. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harold Peck Gould, of Chicago, Illinois, one of the United States of 
America, manufacturer; Thomas Walker Whiteside, Thomas Gerald McHugh, Garnet 
LeRoy Rodd and Roscoe Sherman Rodd, all of Windsor, Ontario, barristers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harold Peck Gould, Thomas Walker Whiteside, and Thomas 
Gerald McHugh. 

Chief place of Business . — Windsor, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3669, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 26, 1924, to 
“ THE PURE ICE COMPANY, LIMITED,” 

Extending the powers of the company as set out in letters patent dated June 9, 1906. 
Vide p. 3792, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 

Supplementary letters patent issued March 27, 1924, to 
“CANADIAN CANNERS. LIMITED,” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of $10,000,000 to the sum of $12,500,000 such 
increase to consist of 25.000 shares of $100 each of which 20,000 shares shall be 

preference shares. 

Vide p. 3671, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ GLOBE DRILLING COMPANY, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 27, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 250.000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Parker Scott, contractor; Robert Randolph Iligginson and 
Samuel Hardman Smith, agents; Edward Borden Cogswell and William Rea, lawyers, 
all of the city of Edmonton, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Parker Scott, Robert Randolph Higginson and Samuel 
Hardman Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton. Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3S97. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


Supplementary Letters Patent issued March 27, 1924. to 
“INSTO COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.” 

Increasing its capital stock from the sum of $50,000 to the sum of $100,000, such increase 
to consist of 500 new shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 3671, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“INSULATED HOMES, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 27. 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Cecil Benjamin Channon, book-keeper; Edward Astley Goodier and 
Harold Roy Watts, accountants; Arthur Cooper Washington and Perley Austin Wright, 
stenographers, all of Ottawa. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3772, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“THE J. J. BARKER SIGN COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 27, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, 8100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 500. — Amount of each preferred share, 8100. 

Number of common shares, 500. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Lena Peers and Frederic James Powers, clerks; Francis Raymond 
Hannen, student-at-law; John Edward Grivell, accountant, and Ella Mary Jackson, 
stenographer; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Cowansville. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3670, Canada Gazette , 1923-24. 


“NEUTRODYNE RADIO SETS, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 27. 1924 ----- Amount of capital stock, 850.000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Salter Ross. Eugene-Real Angers, and Jean Chrysostome 
Martineau. barristers, and Joseph Alphonse Bibaud and Joseph Henri Olivier, notaries; 
all of Montreal. P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3777, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“PELLETIER LA ICE MINING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated March 27, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, 8100,000. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, 81. 

Corporate Members. — William Gilbert Pugsley, one of His Majesty’s counsel, learned-in- 
the-law. for the province of Quebec; Stanley Gardner Metcalfe and William Michael 
Unger, barristers, and Rita Viola Resume and Mona Devine, stenographers, all of 
Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business.— Hull, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3778, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“RELIABLE MANUFACTURING CO. LIMITED” 

(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated March 27, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, 8100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander David McKenzie, Frederick Clarence Jarvis and William 
Lynn Bailey Smart, barristers-at-law; Sophia Tutty, book-keeper, and Edith Winifred 
Stingings, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alexander David McKenzie, Frederick Clarence Jarvis, 
William Lynn Bailey Smart and Sophia Tutty. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 37S0, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE DOMINION LAWN BOWLING ASSOCIATION” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated March 29, 1924. ------- Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Oswald Knowles, journalist; Edmund Percy Atkinson, insur- 
ance agent; Robert Trueman McLean, printer; Robert Bruce Rice, realtor, and Albert 
Ernest James Blackman, manufacturer; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of the Corporation. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 3782, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

“AUTOMOTIVE CREDIT CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, SI, 000, 000. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Mathias Hart, motor car salesman: Francis James Bashforth, 
accountant ; Harold Hamilton Gordon and Harry Gordon Keen, barristers-at-law, and 
William Alfred Sti'lwell, student-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Joseph Mathias Hart, Francis James Bashforth and Harold 
Hamilton Gordon. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects oj the Company. — Vide p. 3669, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“THE BILLIARD ASSOCIATION OF CANADA” 

(As an Association.) 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. ------ Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Harry Royal Hinman, general manager; John Lawrence Goldstone, 
William Karrys and Harry Fair, billiard room proprietors, and Kenneth Charles Waters, 
advertising manager; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chiej Office of Corporation. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 3774, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“DEALERS FINANCE CORPORATION, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members . — Douglas Hodgson Ross, barrister-at-law; Gordon Benjamin Blair, 
accountant; Ethel May Patterson, Margaret Olive Dodds and Edna Mae Strain, steno- 
graphers; all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Douglas Hodgson Ross, Gordon Benjamin Blair and 
Margaret Olive Dodds. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3787, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ GREEN RIVER OF CANADA, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 

Number of shares, 150.000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick Harold Blakely and Leslie Easton Hand, brokers; Louis 
McLain, treasurer; William Campbell Cope, salesman, and Howard Robert Armstrong, 
barrister; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors . — Frederick Harold Blakely, Leslie Easton Hand and Louis 
McLain. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3785, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


"LA COMPAGNIE DESSENCE GAUVIN, LIMITEE ” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate M embers. — Framjois Xavier Readman and Emile Langlais, manufacturers; Fideline 
.Tobin, wife of the said Francois Xavier Readman; Bernadette Allaire, wife of the said 
Emile Langlais, and Pierre Edouard Blondin. notary, of the City of Montreal, P.Q. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Francois Xavier Readman, Emile Langlais and Pierre 
Edouard Blondin. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3897. Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

“ MERWIN-STOHN, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Seely Johnson, one of His Majesty's Counsel leamed-in-the-law 
for the Province of Quebec; James Arthur Mathewson, barrister; Kathleen Gale, Ethel 
May Peirce and Marie Beatrice Macdonald, secretaries; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Walter Seely Johnson, James Arthur Mathewson and Kath- 
leen Gale. 

Chief place of Business . — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3776, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“MYERS CANADIAN AIRCRAFT COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Howard Glen, insurance agent; William Thomas Cuffe-Quin, 
patent attorney; William Alfred Wyman, draughtsman; Pearle Margaret Garrow and 
Ruby May Shepherd, stenographers; all of Ottawa. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Howard Glen, William Thomas Cuffe-Quin and Pearle 
Margaret Garrow. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3776, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“ NECTARS, LIMITED ” 

Incorporated March 31. 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, S50.000. 

Number of shares, 5.000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Harry Grant Kemip. manufacturer; James William O’Brien and 
Wallace Alfred Hanton, brokers; Isaiah Willis McArdle, solicitor, and Henry Wolf, 
gentleman; all of Calgary, Alberta. 

First or Proinsional Directors— Harry Grant Kemp, James William O'Brien and Isaiah 
Willis McArdle. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alberta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3774, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“TALKING PICTURES OF CANADA, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members . — Frederic James Powers, clerk; Florence Varney, Ella Mary Jackson, 
Hanna Grace McKeil and Florence Ruby Muggeridge, stenographers; all of Montreal, 
P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said Corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 37S2, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


“WHEAT BELT PACKING COMPANY, LIMITED” 

Incorporated March 31, 1924. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 100.000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Chilion Graves Reward, one of His Majesty’s Counsel learned-in-the- 
law for the Province of Quebec; Paul Phelps Hutchison and Harry McLeod Hague, 
advocates; Herbert William Shearer, manager, and Alfred Boreham Wright, steno- 
grapher; all of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Chilion Graves Heward, Paul Phelps Hutchison and Harry 
McLeod Hague. 

Chief place of Business. — Saskatoon. Saskatchewan. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3774, Canada Gazette, 1923-24. 


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INDEX TO SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT ISSUED FROM 
APRIL 1, 1923, TO MARCH 31, 1924 


A Page 

A. C. Elliott & Co., Limited (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 95 

A. D. Macpherson and Company, Lim- 
ited (S.L P. changing name 'from Hoxie, 
Macpherson and Company, Limited).. 116 
A. H. Harker, Limited (as a private com- 
pany) 112 

A. Eug. Aubrv, Limited 121 

A. & L. Strachan, Limited 64 

Accounting Systems <fe Service Co. (The) 

Limited 133 

Ackroyd Brothers (Canada) Limited (as 

a private company) 22 

Adanac Electric Co., Limited (La Cie 

Electrique Adanac Limitee) 41 

Adanac Motorists Protective Association 

Limited 132 

Addleman (M), Limited 134 

Aird Baking Company, Limited 29 

Aked it Company, Limited (S.L.P. in- 
creasing its capital stock and amending 

Letters Patent) 128 

Alberta Refineries. Limited 82 

Alberta Tar Sand Products Company 
Limited (SX.P. changing name former- 
ly San Francisco it Murray Oil Refin- 
ing Company, Limited) 114 

Albion Investment Corporation. Limited 115 

Albion Knitting Company, Limited.. .. 31 

Aletter-Richardson, Limited 103 

Algonquin Veneer it Lumber Company, 

Limited 123 

All Clear Windshields, Limited 78 

Allan (John), Limited 37 

Allen it Company (C. S.). Limited (as a 

private company) 4S 

Allsteel Wheel Company of Canada 

(The). Limited 123 

Alpha Specialties, Limited 138 

American Plumbing Supplies. Limited.. 79 

Anderson & Company (Robert) ^Limited 

(as a private company) 45 

Andrews Escott Company. Limited (as a 

private company).. 78 

Anglo-American Paper Corporation, 

Limited 92 

Anglo Canadian Collieries and Refineries. 

Limited.. .. 60 

Anglo-Canadian Pharmaceutical Co., 

Limited 39 

Angio-Columbda Investment Co. Limited 

(as a private company) 29 

Anglo Land & Development Company, 
Limited (as a private company) .... 43 

Argonaut Gold, Limited (S-L.P. increas- 
ing capital stock) 18 


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Armstrong Limited (W. J.) (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 67 

Armstrong & Sons. Limited (G. T.) 

(S.L.P. increasing capital stock).. .. 22 

Ascot Tile it Brick Company, Limited 
(S.L.P. increasing capital stock).. .. 73 

Association des Proprietaires D’Automo- 
biles, Limitee (Automobile Owners’ As- 
sociation Limited) 31 

Association Nationale de Collection, 
Limitee, (National Collection Asso- 
ciation, Limited) 38 

Atkinson Marcou, Limited (as a private 

company) 79 

Atlantic Industrial Development Co. of 

Canada, Limited 98 

Aubry (A. Eug.) Limited 121 

Automatic Card Punch Manufacturing 
Company (The), Limited (Comnagnie 
de Poinyonneuse Automatique de 

Fiches, Limitee) 78 

Automobile Legal Association (Mari- 
time), Limited 123 

Automobile Owners’ Association Limited 
(Association des Proprietaires D’Auto- 

mobiles, Limitee) 31 

Automotive Credit Corporation Limited 141 
Average Adjusters of Canada, Limited 
(as a private company) 20 

B 

B. Greening Wire Company (The) 

Limited 66 

B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company (The) 

Limited 125 

B W. Deane & Company, Limited.. .. 106 

Babcock-Wilcox and Goldie-McCulloch, 

Limited 83 

Bain Limited, Donald H 50 

Balfour-Guthrie Trading Company, Lim- 
ited (S.L.P. changing name formerly 
David Evans Shipping Company (The) 

Limited 105 

Ballard Oil Equipment Company, Canada 
Limited (as a private company).. .. 34 

Balsas Dredging Company (The) Limited 87 

Bantield (.1. A.) Limited 91 

Banker's Mines Syndicate, Limited.. .. 119 

Banking Service Corporation. Limited 
(S.L.P. changing name to Brooks Se- 
curities', Limited).. .. ti . . .. .. .. 134 

Barker (The J. J.) Sign Company, 

Limited 140 

Barth Canadian Limited 130 

Baumert Co., Limited (SLr.P. increasing 
capital stock) 50 


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Bay Line Steamships, Limited (S.L-P. 
changing name to The Tree Line 

Navigation .Company Limited) 122 

Bear River Pulp Company, Limited.. .. 116 

Beardsley United Shoe Company. Lim- 
ited 85 

Beaver Auto Necessities, Limited (as a 

private company) . . 126 

Belanger Panineau Limitee (as a private 

company) 83 

Belchers Steamship Company (The) 
Limited (S.L.P. increasing capital 

stock) • • 67 

Belleville Fish Packing Companv Limit- 
ed (The) ... .. 131 

Bernier it Company (E. O.) Limited.. 107 
Bickle Fire Engines, Limited (as a pri- 
vate company) 113 

Billiard Association of Canada (The) 

(as an association) .. 141 

Black it Moir Limited (as a private 

company) . . . . . . 133 

Blackwell it Landry Agencies Limited 
(S.L.P. changing name to Landry & 

Berthiaume, Limited) 101 

Bluebird Corporation Limited 40 

Bodin Manufacturing Company (Canada) 

Limited ■■ S9 

Bond Exchange, Limited (as a private 

company) 90 

Book it Coating Papers, Limited.. .. .. 108 

Bordeaux-Niagara Wine Company, Lim- 
ited (as a private company) .... • • 65 

Border Automotive Products, Limited 122 

Border Press, Limited 108 

Boston Last Co.. Limited (as a private 

company) 104 

Boulter-Redmond, Limited (as a private 

company) 56 

Bowmanville Foundry Company (The) 

Limited 95 

Lover, B’uteau. Limited 94 

Brager Samuels, limited (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name to Lewis’ Limited) 128 


Brett Company (The) Limited (as a 

private company) 30 

British American Coal Company (The) 
Limited (SL.P. decreasing capdtal 

stock) , 81 

British American Oil Refineries (The) 

Limited • •• ■: \ 10® 

British Canadian Securities, Limited (as 

a private company) 109 

British Empire Development Association, 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name to 
Bureau of Canadian Resources, Lim- 


ited) 73 

British Guiana and West Indies Trading 
Co., Limited, (as a private company). 48 

British and Oriental Grain and Elevator 
Company, Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 118 

British Petroleums, Limited 35 

British Petroleums, Limited, (SL.P. ex- 
tending its powers) .• 126 

British L T nderwriters A.gency, Limited. 
(S.L.P. changing name: formerly E. M. 
Sellon & Companv, Limited) 24 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 
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Broadfoot Electric Company, (The) 

Limited 28 

Brock Radio Company. (The) Limited. 34 
Brompton Pulp & Paper Company, 
Limited, (S-L.P. extending its powers) 138 
Brooks Securities Limited, (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name formerly Banking Service 


Corporation Limited) 134 

Bryson & Trihey, Limited, (as a private 

company) 90 

Budweiser Brewing Co., of Canada, 

Limited 135 

Bull-Durant Limited 28 

Bunge North American Grain Corpor- 
ation Canadian Agency, Limited, (S. 

L.P. changing name formerly P. N. 

Gray & Company, Limited) 36 

Bureau of Canadian Resources, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly British 
Empire Development Association, 

Limited) 73 

Burgis and Company (C) Limited, (as 

a private company) 88 

Burnside Garage Limited 47 

Bush English China Company, Limited. 51 

C 

C. Burgis and Company, Limited, (as 

a private company) 88 

C. A. Prevost. Limitee 97 

C. B. Manufacturing Company, Limited. 66 

C. R. Fraser Company, Limited 110 

C. S. Allen & Company, Limited, (as a 

private company) 48 

Cairns, Limited 59 

Calders (Canada) Limited 55 

Campbell- Alladin Gas Maker, (The) 

Limited 56 

Campbell Construction Company, 
Limited, (as a private company) .... 99 

Canada Chemical Works Company, 
Limited, ('sines Chimiques du Canada 

(Les) Limitee 74 

Canada Colonization Association, (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Western 
Canada Colonization Association).. .. 71 

Canada Games Company (The) Limited. 

(as a private company) 41 

Canada Lens & Instrument Company. 
(The) Limited, (S.L.P. changing name 
formerly Gowland Optical Company, 
Limited) 32 


Canada Sidecar Manufacturing and Weld- 
ing Company (The) Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name to Carters, Limited). 129 
Canada Steel Goods Company, Limited. 
(S.L.P. changing name to Stanley 


Works of Canada. (The) Limited).. 19 
Canada Tobacco Exchange Company, 

Limited 35 

Canadian Association of Advertising 

Agencies, (as an association) 61 

Canadian Auto and Art Glass Company, 

Limited 115 

Canadian Automatic Machine Company, 
Limited, (as a private company).. .. 86 

Canadian Automatic Machine Company, 
Limited, (S.L.P. converting the com- 
pany into a public company) 121 


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Canadian Automobile Association, (as an 

association) 

Canadian bag Company, (The) Limited, 
(and reduced) (S.L.P. decreasing its 

capital stock) 

Canadian Breeding & Racing Stables, 

Limited 

Canadian Canners Limited 

Canadian Canners Limited, (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 

Canadian Crown Cork Company, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 

Canadian Daughters’ League, (as an 

association) 

Canadian Dental Hygiene Council (as an 

association) 

Canadian De Vains Process Company, 

Limited 

Canadian Dirigible Headlight System, 

Limited 

Canadian Feature and Production Com- 
pany, Limited. (S.L.P. changing name 
to United Exhibitors of Canada, 

Limited) 

Canadian Foamite Firefoam Company, 
Limited, (S.L.P, changing name to 
Foamite Childs of Canada, Limited). 
Canadian General Electric Company, 
Limited, (S.L.P. confirming an arrange- 
ment made between the company and 

its shareholders) 

Canadian Glass Company, Limited.. .. 
Canadian Grain Exchange, Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Canadian Insurance A Investment Cor- 
poration, Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 

Canadian Journal of Religious Thought, 
Incorporated, (The) (as an asso- 
ciation) 

Canadian Kron Scale Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. ehaneing name to Stuebing 

Lift Truck Systems, Limited) 

Canadian Locker Company, Limited.. 
Canadian Match Company (The) 
Limited, (S.L P. increasing capital 

stock) 

Canadian Metal Wheels, (The) Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly Kemp 
Metal Auto Wheel Company (The) 

Limited) ' 

Canadian Minneapolis Electric Company, 
Limited, (as a private company).. .. 
Canadian No Blow Out Tube Company, 

Limited 

Canadian Non-Exhaust Pneumatic Ma- 
chine Company. Limited 

Canadian Paramount Corporation 
Limited, (S.L.P. decreasing capital 

stock) 

Canadian Playing Card Company, 
Limited, (as a private company) . . 
Canadian Power & Paper Investments, 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name for- 
merly Canadian Pulp & Paper Invest- 
ments, Limited) 


Page Page 

Canadian Pulp & Paper Investments, 

43 Limited, (S.L.P. changing name to 
Canadian Power & Paper Investments, 

Limited) 41 

129 Canadian Sales and Garage Company, 

Limited 28 

SS Canadian Society For the Study of the 
24 Diseases of Children (as an asso- 
ciation) 17 

139 Canadian Splint & Lumber Corporation, 
Limited, (S.L.P. changing name for- 

24 merly Maguire, Paterson & Palmer 

(Canada) Limited) 18 

46 Canadian Steel Strapping Company, 

Limited 1. 125 

134 Canadian Theatre & Electrical Supplies, 

Limited, (as a private company) .... 69 

81 Canadian Travel Club, (as an asso- 
ciation) 100 

6“ Canadian United Products Company, 

Limited, (as a private company) . . . . 123 

Canadian Utilities, Limited 32 

Canadian Utilities, Limited, (S.L.P. in- 
77 creasing capital stock and extending 

powers) 38 

Canadian Watchmaking Factory, (The) 

63 Limited, (La Fabrique D'Horlogerie 

Canadienne, Limitee) 25 

Canadian Watercraft Limited 44 

Canadian Welsh Anthracite Company, 

112 Limited, (as a private company) . . . . 109 

80 Canadian Woodlands. Limited 30 

Canadian Yellow Cab Manufacturing 
99 Co., Limited, (as a private company). 76 
Cantilever Shoe Co. of Canada, Limited, 

(as a private company) 134 

74 Canyon Dredging and Exploration Co., 

(The) Limited. 27 

Capital Electric Appliances. Limited. . .. 65 

100 Carbonex of Canada. Limited 73 

Card and Paper Works. Limited 109 

Carillon Contracting Company, Limited. 33 
U9 Caron Brothers Sales Corporation, Lim- 

104 ited, (as a private company) 83 

Carters' Limited, (S.L.P. changing name 
formerly Canada Sidecar Manufacturing 
02 and Welding Company, Limited).. .. 129 

Carthage Machine Company of Canada, 

Limited 120 

Carry on League of the Tuberculous Vet- 
Iuy erans Association, ( as an association). 91 

Cash Coal Company, Limited 86 

Casting A Supplies, Limited, (as a 

gg private company) 51 

Catholic Women’s League of Canada 

25 (The), las an association) 98 

Central Motor Apartments Limited.. .. 120 

Century Coal Company Limited. (S L.P. 

45 decreasing capital stock) 79 

Chaleur Bay and Gulf Fisheries. Limited. Ill 

19 Chase Business Service Limited 97 

Chicago Tribune Transportation Company 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name for- 
merly The Ontario Transportation and 
41 Pulp Company, Limited) 18 


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Cid Electric Heater Co. Limited 50 

Cie. de Grilles a Eau Radiateur, Limitee, 

(La) 19 

Cie Electrique Adanac Limitee, (La). 

(Adanac Electric Co.. Limited) 41 

Citizens Dairy, Limited. (S.L.P. increas- 
ing capital stock) 41 

City and Suburban Motor Bus Company, 

(The) Limited 18 

City Iron and Bottle Company (The), 

Limited 70 

Clarke Company, (The) Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Clarke Steam- 
ship Company, (The) Limited) 135 

Clarke Steamship Company, (The) Lim- 
ited 137 

Clarke Steamship Company (The). Lim- 
ited. (S.L.P. changing name to Clarke 

Company, (The) Limited) 135 

Coastal Oilfields of Colombia. Limited.. 23 
Cobourg Dyeing Company. (The) Lim- 
ited, (and reduced) (SL.P. decreasing 

capital stock) 18 

CobouTg Dyeing. Company. Limited. 

(The) (S.L.P. amending L.P. dated 
14th August, 1913, and S.L.P. dated the 

25th April. 1923) 26 

Coca-Cola Company of Canada, (The) 

Limited 75 

Cochrane it Grichen. Limited, (S.L.P. 
changing name to Co°hrane, Grichen 

& Lewis Limited) 57 

Cochrane, Grichen it Lewis. Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly Coch- 
rane it Grichen, Limited) 57 

Cogswell, (Elmer B.) Limited. (SL.P. 

increasing capital stock) 139 

Cogswell, (Elmer B.) Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Macaulay 

Pope. Limited) 74 

Collective Securities Company. Limited. 83 


Collective Securities Company. Limited, 
(S.L.P. amending the provisions of 


Letters Patent dated 25th October. 1923) 129 

Commercial Fixture Company. Limited, 

(as a private company'' . . 75 

Commercial Review of Canada, (The) 

Limited 137 

Compagnie Canadienne de Papeterie (La) 
Limitee, (S.L.P. increasing capital 
stock) 59 


Compagnie d’Amusements des Trois-Ri- 
vieres, Limitee. (La) (Troi -Rivieres 
Amusements Company (The). Lim- 
ited, (S.L.P. increasing capital stock) 32 
Compagnie de Chaussures Laurent ienne, 

(La) Limitee. (Laurentian Shoe Co.. 


Limited) SI 

Compagnie de Chaussures Princesse Li- 
mitee. (Princess Shoe Company, Lim- 
ited) 44 

Compagnie de Cityent Unic, Limitee, 

(La). (Unic Cement, Limited) 42 

Compagnie de Commerce Transcontinen- 
tale, (La) Limitee. (Transcontinental 
Trading Company (The). Limited.. .. S4 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 
Page 


Compagnie de Construction de Sher- 
brooke, Limitee, (Sherbrooke Construc- 
tion Company (The), Limited), (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Sherbrooke 
Construction Company (The), Lim- 
ited) ' 109 

Compagnie d'Essence Gauvin (La), Li- 
mitee 141 

Compagnie de Poinfonneuse Automat ique 
de Fiches, Limitee, (Automatic Card 
Punch Manufacturing Company (The), 

Limited) 78 

Compagnie Pharmaceutique Trans-Ca- 
nada. Limitee. (Trans-Canada Pharma- 

cal Company. Limited) 84 

Considine-Reid. Limited 21 

Consolidated Mining and Smelting Com- 
pany of Canada (The) Limited (S.L.P. 

extending powers of Campany) 27 

Consolidated Plate Glass Company of 
Canada, (The) Limited, (S.L.P. increas- 
ing capital stock and extending the 

powers) 105 

Consolidated Whaling Corporation Lim- 
ited. (S.L.P decreasing capital stock). 58 
Continental Equipment Company, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 60 

Corday Textiles, Limited, (as a private 

company) 68 

Corduroy Cords Agency of Canada, 

Limited 121 

Cornwall Oilcloths, Limited 72 

Cotton Threads. Limited. (S.L P amend- 
ing the preferred stock) 27 

Cox’s Laboratories, Limited 55 

Craigie. Limited 104 

Crandall it Son (E.E.) Limited, (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Crandall, Car- 
penter it Read. Limited) 108 

Crandall. Carpenter it Read, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to E. E. Cran- 
dall it Son. Limited) 108 

Crane Packing Company, Limited. (S.L. 

P. changing name formerly Flexible 
Metallic Packing Company. Limited). 110 
Crawford -Lock hart Lumber Company, 

Limited 86 

Crow it Co., of Canada (W .H.) Limited. 47 
Cumberland Syndicate, Limited, (as a 

private company) 95 

Currie Manufacturing Company (The) 
Limited 93 


D 

D. Storey, Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) • • • • 51 

Dam Creek Lumber Company, Limited. 97 
Dasserat-Rouvn Goldfields. Limited. (S. 

L.P. increasing capital stock) 51 

David Evans Shipping Company. (The) 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name to 
Balfour-Guthrie Trading Company. 

Limited) 105 

Davies. Irwin. British Honduras. Limited. 26 
De Forest Radio Corporation Limited.. 91 




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De Kermor Electric Heating Company, 

Limited.. .. 

Dealers Finance Corporation. Limited.. 
Deane it Company (B.W.) Limited.. .. 
Dent. Griffin, Limited. (S.L.P. increasing 

capital stock) 

Derby Motor Cars, Limited 

Desautels, (Joseph A.) Limitee 

Deslauriers Metal Products Company of 

Canada, Limited 

Dictaphone Sales Corporation, Limited.. 

Dirigible Headlights, Limited 

Doherty-Easson Company, Limited, (as 

a private company) 

Dome Mines, Limited 

Dominion Distillery Products Company, 

Limited 

Dominion Electric Protection Company, 

Limited 

Dominion Finance Guaranty Corpora- 
tion, Limited, (S.L.P. decreasing cap- 
ital stock and extending powers) . . 
Dominion Financial Corporation, Lim- 
ited 

Dominion Hotels, Limited .. .. 

Dominion Imports, Limited, (as a private 

company) 

Dominion Lawn Bowling Association 

(The), (as an association) 

Dominion of Canada Football Associa- 
tion (The) (as an association) 

Dominion Playing Card Company, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 

Dominion Stevedoring Corporation. Lim- 
ited 

Dominion Sugar Company, Limited.. .. 

Donald H. Bain. Limited 

Dougall Varnish Company (The) Lim- 
ited (S.L.P. changing name to Mur- 
phy Varnish Company of Canada, Lim- 
ited' 

Dover Manufacturing Company (The), 

Limited 

Dowler (H. A.) Grain Company, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 

Drolet Fur Company, Limited 

Dromore Investment Company (The), 

Limited 

Drummond it Co., Limited 

Drvsdale Engineering Company, Limited 
Dubrule Manufacturing Company, Lim- 
ited, (S.L.P. extending powers) 

Dumbells Company (The), Limited, (as 

a private company) 

Dunkley Baby Car Company of Canada, 

Limited 

Dunnville Woollen Mills, Limited 

Duntile Company, Limited ,. 

Dupont it Frere Limitee 

Durham Furniture Company (The). Lim- 
ited 

Dustless Sifters. Limited 

Dwver (\\ H.) Limited, (S.L.P. decreas- 
ing capital stock) 

Dye and Chemical Company of Canada, 
Limited 


16 

141 

106 

72 

90 

72 


58 

23 

38 


69 

50 

36 

63 


75 

72 

47 

125 

140 

80 

35 

17 

98 

50 


133 

49 

81 

50 

112 

27 

136 


32 


43 

60 

% 

46 

55 

101 

63 

76 

88 


Page 

Dye and Chemical Company of Canada, 
Limited. (S.L.P. increasing capital 
stock) 92 


E 


E. Sodomsky it Sons, Limited 125 

E. B. Meyers, Limited (as a private com- 
pany) 62 

E. E. Crandall it Son. Limited, (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Crandall, Car- 
penter .t Read, Limited) 108 

E. M. Sellon it Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to British Un- 
derwriters Agency, Limited) 24 

E. O. Bernier it Company, Limited . . . . 107 

Eagle Star Battery of Canada, Limited 117 

Earth-Ritch, Limited 112 

Eastern Canada Collieries (The), Lim- 
ited 42 

Eastern Coal Dock Co., Limited (as a 

private company) 138 

Eastern Timber Company. Limited.. .. 35 

Eden Bond Limited 58 

Electrics Limited. (S.L.P. decreasing cap- 
ital stock) 65 

Electrolier Manufacturing Company, 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name for- 
merly Lightolier Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Limited) S3 

Elliott it Co., (A.C.) Limited, (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 95 

Elmer B. Cogswell. Limited, (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital slock) 139 

Elmer B. Cogswell. Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Macaulay 

Pope, Limited) 74 

Emerson Motors, Limited, (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name formerly Emerson-Thomp- 

son. Limited) 79 

Emerson-Thompson, Limited, (S.L.P. 
changing name to Emerson Motors, 

Limited) 79 

Emond Automobile Safety Lock Limited 131 

Endleman Limited.. 56 

Engineer and Inspection Company, Lim- 
ited 57 

Engineering and Inspection Company, 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name to 
General Inspection and Engineering 

Company, Limited) 82 

Engineering Equipment Company, Lim- 
ited, (S.L.P. increasing capital stock). 68 

Erick Bowman Remedy Company of 

Canada, Limited 125 

Ernest S. Parker, Limited 112 

Escuminac Lumber Company, Limited.. 88 

Essex Finance, Limited 76 

Essex Transit Company, Limited 19 

Estabrooks Co. (T. H.) Limited, (S.L.P. 

increasing capital stock) 69 

Evans it Co.. Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 123 

Evans <k Kert. Limited, (as a private 
company) 38 


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F P 

F. A. Rodden A Co., Limited, (as a pri- 
vate company) 

Fabrique D'Horlogerie Canadienne (La) 
Limitee, (Canadian Watchmaking Fac- 
tory (The), Limited) .. 

Fairbank, The N. K. Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to Gold Dust 

Corporation, Limited) 

Fan Flame Spark Plug Co. (of Canada), 

Limited .. 

Fassett Lumber Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. decreasing capital stock) . . 
Fassett Lumber Corporation, Limited . . 
Federal Photoplay Production Company, 

Limited 

Federal Warehouse Company (The), 

Limited 

Ferguson Drug Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to H. M. Gas- 
kin Company, Limited) 

Fe.vs A Company (John C.), Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly Mar- 

entette A Feys, Limited) 

Fibre Asphalt Products. Limited, (S.L.P. 
changing name to Natural Asphalt 
Company of Canada, Limited) . . . . 

Filmcraft Industries, Limited, and re- 
duced, (S.L.P. decreasing capital stock) 
Fine Hat Company, Limited, (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 

Finnish Organization of Canada, (as an 

association) 

Finished Steel Products, Limited 

Fleming & Company (W. R.), Limited.. 
Flexible Metallic Packing Company, 
Limited, (S.L.P. changing name to 
Crane Packing Company. Limited) . . 
Foamite Childs of Canada, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly Canadian 
Foamite Firefoam Company, Limited) 
Folden Company of Canada (S. A.), 

Limited 

Fonda-Tolsted, Limited, (as a private 

company) 

Foreign Trade Company, Limited 

Fortin. Gravelle. Gagnon. Limited . . 

Four Provinces Trading Company (The), 

Limited •• _• 

France Textiles Limited (La), (as a pri- 
vate company) 

Frankel Brothers, Limited, (as a private 

company) 

Frankel Properties, Limited, (as a pri- 
vate company) 

Fraser-Brace Engineering Company, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 

Fraser (C.R.) Company, Limited 

Freczo Kitchen Cabinet Company, Lim- 
ited •_ 

French’s Complex Ore Reduction Com- 
pany of Canada, Limited 

Fritzsche Brothers of Canada, Limited, 

(as a private company) 

Fuego Oil Company, Limited 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 
Page 


Fulthorp, Simpson, Limited, (as a private 

company) 87 

Fyon & Fyon Limited 27 

G 

G. A. Grier A Herron Lumber Co. (The) 
Limited, (as a private company).. .. 110 

G. T. Armstrong & So:,;, Limited, (S. 

LP. increasing capital ock) 22 

Galt Machine A Screw . ,„mpany. Lim- 
ited 107 

Gaskin Company (H.M.) Limited, (SX. 

P. changing name formerly Ferguson 

Drug Company Limited) 50 

Gates Engineering Company, Limited. . 17 

Gatineau Sanitoria (The) Limited. ... 16 

Gaunt Company (The John) Limited, 

(as a private company) 42 

Gaunt and Son (Canada) Company, 

(The J. R.) Limited 112 

Gem Motors, Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 16 

General Inspection and Engineering Com- 
pany, Limited, (S.L.P. changing name 
formerly Engineering and Inspection 

Company, Limited) 82 

General Motors Truck Company of 

Canada. Limited 27 

General Organization Company of Can- 
ada (The) Limited 99 

Gensior Tobacco Company, Limited, 
(S.LP. changing name to Import Leaf 

Tobacco Company, Limited) 116 

Geo. H. Hees Son A Company Sales Cor- 
poration. Limited 96 

Gibb Holding Company, (The) Limited. IS 

Glengarry Metal Wares, Limited 115 

Glen-Dhu Dairy Farms Limited 119 

Glen Line. Limited 34 

Globe Drilling Company, Limited.. .. 139 

Globe Stamping Company (The) Lim- 
ited 119 

Gold Dust Corporation. Limited, (S.L. 

P. changing name formerly The N. K. 

Fairbank Company, Limited) 13S 

Golden Arm Miners, Limited 39 

Goldwvn Cosmopolitan, Limited 103 

Good Health Medicine Company, Lim- 
ited 34 

Gooderham A Worts, Limited 103 

Gooderham A Worts, Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name to The Old Wind Mill, 

Limited) ■■ 103 

Goodrich Rubber Companv, Limited, 

(The B. F.) 125 

Gordon A Son (John) Limited, (as a 

private company) 100 

Gould (H. P.) Company of Canada Lim- 
ited 139 


Gowland Optical Company, Limited, 
(S.LP. changing name to The Canada 
Lens A Instrument Company. Limited) 32 
Gray A Company, Limited. (P. N.l (S. 

L.P. changing name to Bunge North 
American Grain Corporation Canadian 
Agency, Limited) 36 


'age 

55 

25 

138 

33 

48 

107 

13S 

42 

50 

35 

114 

122 

63 

82 

134 

82 

110 

63 

96 

89 

120 

111 

127 

9S 

33 

33 

12S 

110 

61 

48 

29 

88 


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Grays Women's Wear, Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Green Company (Canada) (The IT. J.) 

Limited 

Green River of Canada, Limited 

Greening Wire Company (The B.) 

Limited 

Greenwood & Kahn, Limited 

Grier it Herron Lumber Co. (The G. A.) 
Limited, (as a private company) . . . . 

Griffiths-Lunn Company, Limited 

Griswold & Company, Limited 

Grout’s Limited 

Grout’s Limited, (S.L.P. amending letters 

patent dated 17th Nov. 1923) 

Guelph Specialty Manufacturing Com- 
pany (The) Limited 

Gurney Scale Company, Limited 

Gurney Scale Company, Limited, (S.L 

P. increasing capital stock) 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Limited, (S.LP. 
amending letters patent) 

II 

H. Narvey & Company, Limited 

H. Potter Co., Limited, (as private com- 
pany) 

H. A. DowleT Grain Company, Limited, 

(as a private company) . 

H. J. Green Company (Canada) (The) 

Limited 

H. J. Logan Co. (The) Limited 

H. M. Gaskin, Company. Limited. (S. 
LP. changing name formerly Ferguson 

Drug Company, Limited) 

II-O Cereal Company of Canada, (The) 
Limited, (as a private company) . . . 
H. P. Gould Company of Canada, Lim- 
ited 

H. P. LabeTle & Cie, Limitee, (S.L.P. 

extending powers) 

Hall-Doyle, Limited 

Hallam Mail Order Corporation, Lim- 
ited 

Hallet & Carey Company. Limited. (S. 
L.P. changing name to Hallet, Carey, 

Swart, Limited) 

Hallet Carey Swart, Limited, (SLP. 
changing name formerly Hallet & Carey 

Company, Limited) 

Hammerstein Gold Mining Company 

(The) Limited 

Hampstead Trading Company, Limited, 
(SL P. changing name formerly Hamp- 
ton Trading Company, Limited) . . 
Hampton Trading Company. Limired, 
(S.L.P. changing name to Hampstead 

Trading Company, Limited) 

H.anley-Clarke Lumber Co., Limited, 

(as a private company) 

Hardie-Ames Cut Glass Co., (The) 

Limited 

Harker (A. H.) Limited, (as a private 
company) 


Page 


Harmer-Knowles Trucks, Limited 47 

Hart A Company (P. C.) Limited.. .. 63 

Harvey Bros. Limited 126 

Hatfield & Company, Limited. (S.L.P. 

increasing capital stock) 129 

Hoarst Music Publishers, of Canada, 

Limited 70 

Hees Son it Company Sales Corporation 

(Geo. H.) Limited 96 

Henderson-Stuart, Limited, (is a private 

company) 25 

Heney Harness Company, Limited.. .. 114 

Henri Nobert Limitee, (Henri Nobert 

Limited) 133 

Henry Engineering Company, Limited. . 43 

Herman Silbermann Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. increasing capital stock).. . 92 

Highway Lighthouse Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. increasing capital stock and 
amending capital stock provisions) ... 33 

Ilighwood Petroleum and Natural Gas 

Company, Limited 62 

Hilton Sales Company, Limited 54 

Hodkinson Corporation (Canada) (W. 

W.) Limited, (as a private company). 28 

Hold-worth & Company, Limited, (as a 

private company) 9S 

Holmes-Keeley Lumber Company, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 99 

Holzman’s Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 32 

Honour-Made Producers of Canada, 

Limited 103 

Hoover Company (The) Limited, (S. 

L.P. changing name formerly Hoover 
Suction Sweeper Company of Canada 

(The) Limited) 49 

Hoover Suction Sweeper Company of 
Canada (Thel Limited. (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name to Hoover Company (The) 

Limited) 49 

Hotel Bout de Pile, Limitee 34 

House Buildings Materials, Limited, (as 

a private company) 49 

Housser Wood & Co., Limited, (as a 

private company) 99 

Howard. Limited, (Stuart A.) (S.LP. 
changing name formerly The Morgan- 
thaler Company, Limited) 18 


Hoxie, Macpherson and Company, 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name to A. 

D. Macpherson and Company. Limited. 116 
Huber (J. M.) Manufacturing Company 
of Canada Limited, (as a private com- 


pany) 26 

Hunt Brothers, Limited, (S.L.P. amend- 
ing letters patent and extending 

powers) 74 

Huron Leather Co., Limited, (as a pri- 
vate company) 107 

Hush-A-Phone Corporation of Canada, 

(The) Limited 66 

Hygienic Water Service, (The) Limited, 
(Service D’eau Hygienique (Le) 
Limitee) 29 


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124 

23 

141 

66 

58 

110 

89 

40 

90 

132 

55 

87 

92 

135 

75 

69 

81 

23 

82 

50 

42 

139 

68 

30 

46 

56 

56 

19 

83 

S3 

39 

72 

112 


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I p AG E Pace 


Ideal Bread Company, Limited 

Ideal Fashions Limited 

Imperial Oil Refineries, Limited, (SX.P. 
changing name formerly Imperial 

Petroleum Company, Limited) 

Imperial Oil Refineries Limited, (S.L.P. 

decreasing capital stock) . . • . . 

Imperial Petroleum Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to Imperial Oil 

Refineries. Limited) 

Imperial Writing Machine Company, 
Limited (The) (and reduced) (S.L.P. 

decreasing capital stock) 

Import Leaf Tobacco Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name from Gensior 

Tobacco Company, Limited) 

Inspectors Lumber Co. Limited, (as a 

private company) •• 

Insto Company of Canada, Limited.. 
Insto Company of Canada, Limited, 
(S.L.P. increasing capital stock).. .. 

Insulated Homes. Limited .. 

Intercolonial Trading Corporation, 

Limited 

Intercontinental Securities. Limited.. .. 
Interlake Securities Limited, (as a pri- 
vate company) 

International Association of One Hun- 
dred Clubs (The) (as an association). 
International Debenture Corporation 
Limited, (S.L.P. changing name to 

Johnston & Ward, Limited) 

International Fibre Board Company, 
Limited, (S.L.P. amending letters 

patent) 

International Hardwood Co., Limited, (as 

a private company) 

International Trade Developer (Canada) 

Limited .... 

International Waterways Navigation, 
Limited (S.L.P. increasing capital 
stock and amending letters patent).. 
Invention Pratique Limitee, (L’>. (Prac- 
tical Invention, (The) Limited) . . 
Irid-I-Lume Display Machinery Com- 
pany, Limited 

Island Park Amusement Company, 
Limited 

J 

J. A. Banfield, Limited 

J. A. Morden & Company, Limited.. .. 
J. A. Rose & Company, Limited, (as a 

private company) 

J. B. Williams Company (The) Limited. 
J. B. Williams Company (Canada) (The) 
Limited, (S.L.P. changing name for- 
merly J. B. Williams Company (The) 

Limited) . . .. 

J. B. Williams Company (The) Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to The J. B. 
Williams Company (Canada), Limited) 
J. J. Barker Sign Company (The) 

Limited 

J. M. Huber Manufacturing Company of 
Canada Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 


91 J. M. Queen Oil Company, Limited.. 51 
131 J. R. Gaunt and Son (Canada) Com- 
pany (The) Limited, (S.L.P. increasing 

capital stock) 112 

23 J. W. Marlett & Co., Limited 89 

James D. Lacey & Co., (Canada) Limited, 

44 (as a private company) 117 

James Ramsey Wholesale Limited.. .. 95 

James Stewart Lumber Company, 

23 Limited 120 

Jewish Publications, Limited, (as a pri- 
vate company) Ill 

100 John Allan. Limited 37 

John A. Lang & Sons, Limited 132 

John C. Feys & Company, Limited, (S. 

HO L.P. changing name formerly Maren- 

tette (fc Feys. Limited) 35 

134 John Gaunt Company (The) Limited, 

122 a private company) 42 

John Gordon & Son. Limited, (as a pri- 

139 vate company) 100 

iQq John R. Reed and Sons Companv, 

Limited 132 

02 Johnston (Norman D.) Limited, (as a 

12$ private company 94 

Johnston & Ward, Limited (S.L.P. 

§5 changing name formerly International 

Debenture Corporation Limited) . . . . 105 

30 Joliette Steel Products Limited (S.L.P. 
creating 1.000 shares of capital stock 
preference shares and extending 

105 powers) 124 

Jordan. Roberts Sales, Limited 21 

Jos. Lacasse Shoe Co . Limited 84 

21 Joseph A. Desautels, Limitee 72 

Joseph Versailles Limitee, (as a private 
60 company) 59 

30 K 

30 K. B. Stoddard and Company, Limited.. 100 
Kaustine Manufacturing Company, 

27 Limited 101 

Kemp Metal Auto Wheel Company 
go (The) Limited, (S.L.P. changing name 

to Canadian Metal Wheels, (The) 

26 Limited) 109 

Kennedy & Company, Limited, (as a 

private company) 129 

Keyes Supply Company. Limited, (S-L.P. 

91 increasing capital stock) ... .. 122 

49 Keystone Trading Company, Limited. 102 

Klein Transportation Company (O.J.) 

108 Limited 71 

77 

L 

84 L'lnvention Pratique Limitee, (The Prac- 
tical Invention Limited) 27 

La Cie. de Grilles a Eau Radiateur, 

84 Limitee 19 


La Cie F.lcctrique Adanac Limitee, 

140 (Adanac Electric Co., Limited).. .. 41 

La Compagnic Canadienne de Papeterie. 
Limitee, (SX.P. decreasing capital 
26 stock) 59 


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Page 

La Compagnie D’Amusements Des Trois- , 
Rivieres, Limitee, (The Trois Rivieres 
Amusements Company, Limited), (S. 

L.P. increasing capital stock) 

La Compagnie de Chaussures Lauren- 
tienne, Limitee, (Laurentian Shoe Co., 

Limited) 

La Compagnie de Ciment Unic, Limitee, 

(Unic Cement, Limited) 

La Compagnie de Commerce Transcon- 
tinentale, Limitee, (Transcontinental 
Trading Company (The) Limited).. 

La Compagnie de Construction de Sher- 
brooke. Limitee, The Sherbrooke Con- 
struction Company Limited, (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly The Sher- 
brooke Construction Company, Lim- 
ited) 

La Compagnie d’Essence G a u v i n, 

Limitee 

La Fabrique D’Horlogerie Canadienne, 
Limitee, (The Canadian Watchmaking 

Factory, Limited) .. 

La France Textiles Limited, (as a private 

company) 

Labelle A: Cie, (H. P.) Limitee, (S.L.P. 

extending powers) 

Lacasse Shoe Co. (Jos.) Limited 

Lacey (James D.) & Co., (Canada), Lim- 
ited 

Laird-Holmes-W right Limited 

Lake Athabasca Fisheries, Limited.. .. 
Lamino Company of Canada, Limited . . 
Landry & Berthiaume, Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Blackwell & 

Landry Agencies, Limited) 

Lang (John A.) & Sons, Limited 

Lang's Mineral Remedies Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Laughlin's Products, Limited 

Laurentian Laboratories Limited (as a 

private company) 

Laurentian Shoe Co., Limited. (La Com- 
pagnie de Chaussures Laurentienne, 

Limitee) 

Laurentian Syndicate. Limited, (as a pri- 
vate company) 

Laurentian Timber Products Company, 
Limited, (as a private company) . . 

Laval Shoe Manufacturing Company 

(The), Limited 

Lavoie 4 Limited 

Le Service D'Eau Hvgienique, Limitee. 

(The Hygienic Water Sen-ice, Lim- 
ited) 

Lee Puncture-Proof Tire Company of 

Canada. Limited 

Lee Securities Company. Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Lee (Wm.) Co.. Limited 

LeMaistre-McMartin. Limited 

Les Usines Chimiques du Canada, Limi- 
tee. (Canada Chemical Works, Lim- 
ited, (SX.P. increasing capital stock).. 
Lewis Limited, (S.L.P. changing name 
formerly Brager Samuels, Limited) . . 


Page 


Lightolier Manufacturing Company, Lim- 
ited, (S.L.P. changing name to Electro- 
lier Manufacturing Company, Limited) 83 
32 Loews Windsor Theatres, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to Windsor 

Capital Theatre, Limited) 23 

81 Logan Co. (The H. J . ) , Limited 82 

London Jockey Club (The), Limited, 
(S.L.P.. amending letters patent).. .. 71 

Lovell Company, Limited, (The R. J.), 
s , (S I. P. increasing capital stock).. .. 76 

Loyal Oil, Limited 51 

Lubek Brothers Fur Company, Limited, 

(as a private company) 67 

M 

109 M. Addleman, Limited. (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name formerly The Ottawa Iron 

141 & Metal Co., Limited) 134 

M. A. Pratte, Limitee, (M. A. Pratte, 

Limited) 52 

25 M. M. V. Company, Limited 57 

Macaulay Pope, Limited, (S.L.P. chang- 
98 ing name to Elmer B. Cogswell, Lim- 
ited) 74 

68 Macaulay Securities, Limited 124 

84 Macdonald Consolidated, Limited, (S.L.P. 

increasing capital stock and changing 
117 name to Macdonalds Consolidated 

113 Limited) 68 

68 MacDonald Engineering Co. of Canada 

121 (The), Limited 64 

Macdonald Manufacturing Company, 
Limited 131 

101 Macdonalds Consolidated Limited, 

132 (S.L.P. increasing capital stock and 

changing name formerly Macdonald 

102 Consolidated Limited) 68 

21 Macdonald’s Men’s Furnishings, Limited, 

(as a private company) 35 

91 Macpherson and Company, Limited, (A. 

D.) 116 

Macoun and Co., Limited, (W. F.) . . .. 108 

81 Magill Hats, Limited 62 

Maguire, Paterson & Palmer (Canada), 

76 Limited, (S.L.P. changing name to 

Canadian Splint it Lumber Corpora- 

65 tion. Limited) 18 

Main Transit Company, Limited .. .. 31 

64 Majestic Collieries, Limited 114 

37 Maibert Co., Limited 73 

Manitoba Copper Company. Limited . . 46 

Manitoba Pulp and Paper Company 
29 (The), Limited, (S.L.P. amending the 

capital stock) 59 

85 Manitoba Steel Foundries, Limited, 

(S.L.P. amending letters patent).. .. 105 

84 Mansfield Corporation Limited 127 

130 Mansfield Theatre Company, Limited . . 59 

95 Mansfield Theatre Company, Limited, 

(S.L.P. extending and altering powers) 74 

Manufacturers Appraisal Company, Lim- 

74 ited. (as a private company) 135 

Manufacturers’ Finance Corporation. 

12S Limited 22 


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Manufacturing Company (C. B.), Lim- 
ited 

Mappin & Webb (Canada), Limited, 
(S.L.P. amending letters patent) . . 
Marco Gallo Sales Company, Limited, 

(as a private company) 

Marentette & Feys, Limited, (SL.P. 
changing name to John C. Feys & 

Company, Limited) 

Marine Securities, Limited. . .. . . .. .. 
Maritime Gold Mines (The), Limited.. 
Marlatt and Armstrong Company (The), 
Limited, (S.L.P. increasing capital 

stock) 

Marlett & Co., (J. W.), Limited 

Marlborough Hotel Company (The), 

Limited 

Marshall (W. A.) and Company of Can- 
ada. Limited, (S.L.P. increasing capital 

stock) 

Marten Corporation, Limited, (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 

Martin & Cie, (P. P.) Limitee, Martin 
& Co., (P. P.) Limited, (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 

Massey Knitting Company, Limited . . 
Match Company (The), Limited, (S.L.P. 
changing name to World Match Cor- 
poration) 

Matinee Musical Club (The), (as an as- 
sociation) 

Maxwell-Chalmers Motor Company of 
Canada, Limited, (S.L.P. changing 
name formerly Maxwell Motor Com- 
pany of Canada, Limited) 

Maxwell Motor Company of Canada, 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name to 
Maxwell-Chalmers Company of Can- 
ada, Limited) 

Mayer Shoe Co., Limited, Theo. (S.L.P. 

decreasing capital stock) 

Meldrum Ironworks, Limited 

Melrose, Limited 

Merchants Button Company, Limited.. 

Merwin-Stohn. Limited 

Messenger Publishing Company of Can- 
ada, Limited 

Metropolitan Tobacco Company, Lim- 
ited. (S.L.P. changing name formerly 
United Cigar Stores, Limited).. 
Mexican and General Corporation Lim- 
ited (S.L.P. extending powers) 

Mexicanada Mining Corporation Lim- 
ited .. - 

Midland Shoe Company, Limited, (The) 

Midwest Canada, Limited 

Milk Foods, Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) _ 

Miller Fire Appliances Limited 

Mills Company (The), Limited, (S.L.P. 
changine name formerly Mills Secur- 
ities (The), Limited) 

Mills Securities (The), Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name to Mills Company 
(The) Limited) 


66 

113 

106 


35 

105 

13S 


109 

S9 

65 


17 

126 

96 

117 


94 


36 


36 

59 

52 

66 

128 

142 

76 


89 

87 


70 

58 

55 


7:: 

16 

18 

18 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 


Milton Wine Co. of Canada (The), Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 

Mining Contractors and Sales Company, 

Limited 

Mint Products Company, Limited, (SL.P. 

decreasing capital stock) 

Mississippi Iron Works, Limited 

Mississippi Iron Works (The), Limited, 

(S.L.P. extending powers) 

Mitchell Brass Foundry (The), Limited 
Mohawk Securities Corporation, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company) 

Moir & Black Limited (as a private com- 
pany) 

Monks & Company, Limited 

Monotype Company, of Canada, Limited 
Montreal Association of Big Brothers, 

(The) (as an association) 

Montreal Bond Company, Limited.. .. 
Montreal Rouyn Mines Limited.. .. .. 
Montreal- Viauville Springs, Limited, 
(Sources Montreal-Viauville, Limitee). 
Moore Bros. Machinery Co., Limited.. 
Morden & Company (J. A.) Limited... 
Morganthaler Company, (The) Limited, 
(SL.P. changing name to Stuart A. 

Howard, Limited) 

Mount Royal Art Galleries, Limited.. .. 
Mount Royal Departmental Store, Lim- 
ited, (as a private company). 

Mount Royal Extract Co., Limited.. .. 
Mount Royal Lumber & Flooring, Lim- 
ited .. .. 

Mount Royal Metal Company, Limited, 

(as a private company) 

Mov-Ezy Seating Company of Canada, 

Limited 

Muir and Kirkpatrick, Limited 

Mumford-Medland. Limited 

Murphy Varnish Company of Canada, 
Limited. (SL.P. changing name for- 
merly The Dougall Varnish Company, 

Limited) . . . . _ . _. 

Murray Consolidated Mines, Limited. 
Musical Merchandise Co. Limited.. .. 
Mussens. Limited. (SL.P. confirming an 
arrangement under the authority of 
section 4 between the company and its 

shareholders) 

Mutual Petroleum Company of Canada, 

Limited, (The) 

Myers Canadian Aircraft Company, Lim- 
ited 

Myers Company, (E. B.) Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Me 

MeConnel Realties, Limited 

McCrea-Wilson Lumber Company, Lim- 
ited 

McCuaig Bros. & Company, Limited.. 
McMurrav Publishing Company, Limited 
N 

X. K. Fairbank Company, (The) Lim- 
ited, (SL.P. changing name to Gold 
Dust Corporation, Limited) 


Page 


69 

53 

68 

47 

80 

121 

54 

133 

40 

118 

31 

127 

46 

50 

64 

49 


18 

106 


70 

133 

87 


74 

77 

116 

43 


133 

78 

23 


105 

115 

142 


62 


119 

126 

129 

127 


138 


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Narvev it Company (H.) Limited.. .. 
National Bridge Company of Canada, 
(S~LP. decreasing capital stock). .. 
National City Company, Limited, (The) 
(S.L-P. increasing capital stock).. .. 
National Collection Association, Limited 
(Association Nationale de Collection, 

Limitee) 

National Detective Service Limited.. .. 

National Farm Agency, Limited 

National Refrigerating Machine Com- 
pany (The) Limited 

National Sales & Distributing Co., Lim- 
ited 

National Veneer and Lumber Company, 

Limited 

Nations Oil Refineries (The) Limited, 
(S.L.P. decreasing its capital .-tock).. 
Natural Asphalt Company of Canada, 
Limited. (S.L.P. changing name for- 
merly Fibre Asphalt Products Company 

of Canada, Limited) 

Nectars, Limited 

Nelson River Construction, Limited... 
Nestle’s Food Company of Canada, Lim- 
ited. (S.L.P. increasing capital stock). 

Neutrodyne Radio Sets, Limited 

New Haven Oil Company, Limited. . . . 
Newell Manufacturing Company, Limited, 
(SL.P. increasing capital stock).. .. 
New York Embroidery Co., Limited.. 
Niagara Falls Development Company, 
Limited, (as a private company).. .. 
Niagara Falls Development Company, 
Limited, (S.LJP. increasing capital 

stock) 

Nipigon Corporation Limited 

Nixon and Warden. Limited 

Nobert (Henri) Limitee (Nobert (Henri) 

Limited) 

Noble Creek Prospecting and Developing 

Co.. Limited 

Nolan Co.. (The) Limited 

Norman D. Johnston, Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Norman Silver Plate Company, Limited. 
North American Cities Company, Lim- 
ited 

North American Refining Company 

Limited 

North State Power Company. Limited. 
Northern Canada Supply Company 

Limited 

Northwestern Utilities, Limited 

Northwestern Utilities. Limited, (S.LP. 
increasing capital stock and extending 

powers) 

Norway Bay Ferry Company, Limited . . 

O 

0. J. Klein Transportation Company, 

Limited 

Office Equipment Company of Canada, 
Limited 


Pace 


OgilvLe Flour Mills Company, (The) 
Limited, (S.L.P. amending letters 

patent and extending powers) 81 

Olajen Distributing Company, Limited. 122 
Old Colony Club of Canada, Limited, 

(S L.P. decreasing and increasing cap- 
ital stock) 94 

Oldsmobile “Six” Motors Limited, (as a 

private company) 130 

Old Wind Mill (The) Limited, (SL.P. 
changing name formerly Gooderham & 

Worts, Limited) 103 

Olswang Leather Specialty Company of 

Canada, Limited 40 

Ontario Gold Veins, Limited 108 

Ontario Transportation and Pulp Com- 
pany (The) Limited, (S.L.P. changing 
name to Chicago Tribune Transporta- 
tion Company, Limited) 18 

Ottawa and Gloucester Construction Com- 
pany, Limited 53 

Ottawa & Hull Power Company, Limited 53 
Ottawa Gravel and Construction Com- 
pany (The) Limited 49 

Ottawa Iron & Metal Co. (The) Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to M. Addleman, 

Limited) 134 

Ottawa River Power Company. Limited. 54 
Oxford Society, (The) Limited 65 

P 

P. C. Hart & Company, Limited 63 

P. N. Gray & Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to Bunge North 
American Grain Corporation Canadian 

Agency. Limited) 36 

P. P. Martin & Cie, Limitee. (P. P. 
Martin & Co., Limited), (S.L.P. in- 
creasing capital stock) 96 

Pacific Dairies. Limited 86 

Page-Hersev Tubes, Limited, and re- 
duced, (SX.P. decreasing capital stock) 114 
Palace Theatre (Montreal) Limited.. .. 75 

Palmolive Company of Canada. Limited, 
(S.LP. increasing capital stock).. .. 113 

Palmolive Company of Canada, Limited, 

(and reduced) (S.L.P. decreasing its 

capital stock) 116 

Panama Pacific Grain Terminals. Limited 104 
Paramount Western Theatres, Limited, 

(as a private company) 54 

Parker (Ernest S.) Limited 112 

Parker Fountain Pen Company (The) 

Limited 71 

Parker “The Dyer” of Ottawa, Limited, 
(SJ^.P. changing name to Parker’s 

Cleaners and Dyers, Limited) 54 

Parker’s Cleaners and Dyers, Limited 
(S.L P. changing name formerlv Parker 
“The Dyer” of Ottawa, Limited) .... 54 

Pam - Publications. Limited 93 

Patte and WoLffe Foxes. limited.. .. 39 


Pace 

75 

114 

44 

38 

20 

137 

130 

56 

94 

138 

114 

142 

72 

51 

140 

39 

46 

120 

62 

71 

106 

129 

133 

82 

53 

94 

28 

24 

113 

97 

71 

36 

39 

37 

71 

124 


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Peat Fuels. Limited 

Peate Musical Company, Limited (as a 

private company) .. .. 

Pedwell Lumber Company (The) Limit- 
ed 

Pelletier Lake Minins Company. Limit- 
ed (as a private company) 

Pemaco Oil, limited 

Percy Chamberlain Associates (Canada). 

Limited. . . , • • • • • ■ • 

Perfection Stove Co., Limited (S.L.P. 

decreasing capital stock) 

Perth Feldspar and Mining Company, 
Limited (as a private company) . . .. 
Petrel Steamships, Limited (as a private 

company) ■ ; 

Phoenix Finance Corporation, Limited. 
Physicians & Surgeons Exchange. Limit- 
ed (as a private company) 

Pollack Brothers r n„ Limited (as a 

private company) 

Port Hope Sanitary Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Limited (S.L.P. decreasing capi- 
tal stock) 

Potter Co. (H), Limited (as a private 

company) 

Practical Invent'-m (The) Limited (In- 
vention Pratique (L’), Limitee).. .. 
Prairie Oils. Limited (S.LT. increasing 

Capital stock) 

Pratte (M. A.) Limitee (Pratte. Limited 

(M.A.) . . .. .. .. 

Premier Films. Limited 

Prevost (C. A.) Limitee •• • 

Price & Murray Coal Company (The) 

Limited 

Price * Murray Coal Company (The) 
Limited (S.L.P. changing name to Price 

Coal Company (The) Limited) 

Price Coal Company (The) limited 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly Price 
A- Murray Coal Company (The) 

Limited) 

Princess Shoe Company. Limited (Com- 
pagnie de Chaussures Princess Lim- 
itee) 

Princeton Petroleum Company Limited 
Protex Company of Canada (The), Lim- 
ited ;■•••• 

Pure Ice Company (The) Limited, (S. 

L.P. extending powers) 

Pure Milk Company (The) Limited 
(S.L.P. amending letters patent and in- 
creasing capital stock) 


93 

114 

110 

140 

66 

117 

72 

36 

80 

85 

52 

102 

102 

69 

27 

17 

52 

91 

97 

32 


112 


112 


44 

38 

101 

139 

52 


0 


Q.S.S. Glove Company (The) Limited 106 

Quality Glue, Limited. . . .... HO 

Quebec Automatic Signs, Limited (as a 

private company).. .. .. 104 

Quebec Export Terminals, Limited.. .. 4o 
Quebec Maritime Salvages. Limited 
(Sauvetages Maritdmes de Quebec. 
Limitee) 25 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 


Page 

Queen Oil Company (J. M.) Limited.. 51 
Quinte Coal and Towage. Limited (as a 

private company) 58 

Quinze Power Company (The) Limited 29 

R 


R. J. Lovell Company. Limited (The) 
(S.L.P. increasing capital stock) . . 

R. N. Taylor & Co., Limited (as a 

private company) 

Racing Register (The) Limited 

Radio Tubes, Limited 

Raliane Steamships Company, Limited 

(as a private company) 

Rainier Brewing Company of Canada 
(The) Limited (as a private company) 
Ramsey (James) Wholesale Limited. . .. 
Rapid Machine Works, Limited (as a 

private company) 

Red Deer Sunbur-t Oils (The). Limited 
Reed (John R.) and Sons Company, 

Limited 

Reelheat Manufacturing Company, Lim- 
ited (as a private company) .... 

Reg N. Boxes Company (The) Limited 

(as a private company) 

Regal Chocolates. Limited 

Regal Kitchens. Limited (S.L.P. increas- 
ing capital stock) . 

Reliable Manufacturing Co.. Limited (as 

a private company) 

Reliance Grain Company Limited (SJ-.P. 
changing name to The Reliance Ter- 
minal Elevator Company, Limited). 
Reliance Oils of Canada. Limited.. .. 
Reliance Terminal Elevator Company 
(The) Limited (SL.P. changing name 
formerly Reliance Grain Company, 

Limited) 

Remington Cash Register Company of 
Canada, Limited (as a private com- 
pany) 

Renfrew Wood Products. Limited (as a 

private company) . . . . . 

Resources Finance Corporation. Limited- 
Richard Roschman & Bro. Limited.. .. 
Richardson and Bureau Limited (as a 

private company) 

Roamer Motor Car Company (Canada) 

Limited 

Robb Engineering Works. Limited (as a 

private company) ■ • 

Robert Anderson & Company. Limited 

(as a private company) 

Rodden & Co. (F. A.) Limited (as a 

private company) . . . . 

Roma Film Company, Limited (as a pri- 
vate company) •• 

Ronde Steamship Company. Limited.. 
Roofers Supply Co. (The) Limited.. .. 
Rose & Company (J. A.) Limited (as a 

private company) •• 

Rosedale Bowling Club (The) Limited.. 
Roslyn Securities Company. Limited (as 
a private company) 


76 

102 

74 

63 


136 


67 

95 

20 

136 

132 

121 

20 

28 


26 

140 

85 

111 


85 


93 

54 

127 

132 

124 


9G 


45 

55 


SO 

67 

137 

108 

97 

136 


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Roschman (Richard) it Bro.. Limited.. 
Royal North West Mounted Police Vet- 
erans’ Association (as an association) 
Ruoksteli Axle Company, limited (as a 

private company) 

Rugg Ball Manufacturing Company 
Ljmited (S.L.P. increasing capital 
stock) 

S 


S. and S. Shock Absorber of Canada. 

Limited 

S. A. Foiden Company of Canada, Lim- 
ited 

Saeca Financial Agency Limited.. .. 
Safetee Glass Company of Canada (The) 

Limited 

Salt’s Textile Comoanv of Canada. Lim- 
ited (its a priyat" company) 

Sampson Rubber Company (The) Limit- 
ed 

Samuels (Brager) Limited (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name to Lewis' I ; "dted) 

San Francisco it McMurray Oil Refining 
Company. Limited (S.L P. changing 
name to Alberta Tar S and Products 

Company. Limited) 

Saskatoon Silver Fox Comnany. Limited 
Saunders Ridge Coal Company, Limited 
Sauvetaees Maritime® de Quebec. Limitee 
(Quebec Maritime Salvages, Limited) 
Scientific Oil Burning Equipment Com- 
pany (The) Limited 

Scottish Immigrant Aid Sociotv (The) 

(as an association) 

Security Fence Co., Limited 

Sellon (E. M.) it Company, 1 -"’ted 
(SLi’. changing name to British 
Underwriters Agency, Limited) .. .. 

JSellnite Garment Companv Limited (as 

a private company) 

Service Clothes Shoos L'"-"*«>d 

Service D’Eau Hvgienique (Le) L'm'tee 
Hygienic Water Service (The) Limited 
Service Tobacco Shops, Limited, (S.L.P. 

increasing capital stock) 

Shaer. Morton it Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. increasing capital stock) . . . . 
Sherbrooke Construction Company (The) 
Limited, (La Compagnie de Construc- 
tion de Sherbrooke, Limitee), (S.L.P. 
changing name to Sherbrooke Con • 
struction Company (The) Limited) . . 
Sherbrooke Construction Company (The) 
Limited, (Compagnie de Construction 
de Sherbrooke, Limitee, (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name formerly Sherbrooke Con- 
struction Company (The) Limited).. 


Page 


Shelvin, Carpenter & Scanlon Company, 

Limited 52 

Shifflet, Cumber and Company, Limited. 88 
Shing Wah Po Publishing Company, 

Limited 48 

Shippegan Packing Company, Limited. 86 
Shurly it Derrett Limited, (as a private 

company) 131 

Silks Limited, (S.L.P. increasing capital 

stock) 133 

Simplex Collapsible Rim Corporation of 

Canada, Limited 106 

Simpson Company (The) Limited, (S.L. 

P. increasing capital stock) 37 

Society Brand Clothes. Limited, (and re- 
duced), (S.L.P. decreasing capital 

stock) 102 

Sodomsky (E.) & Sons, Limited 125 

Soil vita Company of Canada, Limited. 118 

Solar Securities, Limited 75 

Sonne Awnings Limited 132 

Sources Montreal- Viauville, Limitee, 
(Montreal-Viauville Springs, Limited). 50 
Southern Canada Power Company, 
Limited, (S.L.P. amending letters 
patent and increasing capital stock). 45 

Sparkling Waters, Limited 79 

Spence Brothers, Limited 101 

Spencer Kellog and Sons of Canada, 

Limited .. 61 

Square “ D ” Company Canada. Limited. 135 
St. Clair Dredge and Contract Com- 
pany, Limited 137 

St. Gabriel Land & Hydraulic Company, 
Limited, (as a private company) .... 78 

St. Genevieve Land Company, Limited, 

(as a private company) 77 

St. Lawrence Coal Co., Limited, (as a 

private company) 37 

St Lawrence Importing and Distributing 

Co., Limited 85 

St. Lawrence Paper Mills Limited, (S. 

L.P. increasing capital stock) 128 

Standard Milling Company of Canada, 
Limited, (as a private company) .... 23 

Stanley Belting Company (Canada), 
Limited, (as a private company) . . . . 126 

Stanley Works of Canada, Limited, 
(The) (S.L.P. changing name formerly 
Canada Steel Goods Company, 

Limited) 19 

Steamships Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 92 

Stearns Canadian Knight Motors, 

Limited 125 

Stephenson's Limited 44 

Sterling Appraisal Company, Limited, (as 
a private company) 21 


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127 

111 

26 

18 

87 

96 

67 

20 

61 

37 

128 

114 

115 

122 

25 

89 

79 

40 

24 

59 

117 

29 

121 

104 

109 

109 


156 


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Sterling Blend Tea Company, Limited, 

(as a private company) 

Sterling Soaps of Canada, Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Stewart Lumber Company Limited, 

(James) 

Stoddard and Company (K B.) Limited. 
Stoker, Owen & Mathewson, Limited, 

(as a private company) 

Storey, Limited, (D.), (as a private com- 
pany) 

Str. Rochelie Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 

Strachan, (A. & L.), Limited 

Strathcona Potteries Limited 

Strathmar Corporation, Limited 

Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manu- 
facturing Company of Canada, 

Limited 

Stuart, Femeyhough Co., Limited.. .. 
Stuart A. Howard, Limited, (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name formerly The Morgan- 

thaler Company, Limited) 

Stuebing Lift Truck Systems, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly 
Canadian Kron Scale Company, 

Limited) 

Superior Sales Company, Limited, 
(S.L.P. decreasing capital stock) . . 
Surrey Investment Company (The) 
Limited 

T 

T. H. Estabrooks Co., Limited, (S.L.P. 

increasing capital stock) 

T. S. Worthington & Co., Limited.. .. 
Talking Pictures of Canada, Limited.. 
Taylor & Co., (R. N.) Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Tecumseh Baseball and Athletic Asso- 
ciation. Limited, (S.L.P. converting 
it from a private company into a pub- 
lic company) 

Theo Mayer Shoe Co., Limited, (S.L.P. 

decreasing capital stock) 

Thomson-de la Ronde Limited 

Thorp-Hambrock Co., Limited 

Tidioute Refining Company of Canada, 

Limited 

Tillicum Athletic Club, (as an asso- 
ciation) 

Tire Chains and Accessories Limited.. 
Tomlinson Construction Co., (The) 

Limited 

Toner Gold Mining Company, Limited. 
Toronto Bond Exchange Limited, (as a 

private company) 

Toronto Motor Sales Limited 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 
Page 


Toronto Rattan Company (The) Limited. 61 
Town Planning Institute of Canada 

(The), (as an association) 81 

Traders' Finance Corporation (Canada), 

Limited 57 

Traders Finance Corporation (Canada), 
Limited, (S.L.P. amending letters 

patent) 90 

Traders Finance Corporation (Canada), 
Limited, (S.L.P. amending letters 

patent) 93 

Trans-Atlantic Watch and Clock Cor- 
poration, Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 127 

Trans-Canada Pharmacal Company, 
Limited, (Compagnie Pharmaceutique 

Trans-Canada Limitee) 84 

Transcontinental Trading Company (The) 
Limited, (Compagnie de Commerce 
Transcontinentale (La) Limitee).. .. 84 

Transportation Equipment Company of 
Canada, Limited, (as a private com- 
pany) 119 

Traveler’s Shoe Shops, Limited, (as a 

private company) 118 

Trenton Chemical Company, Limited.. 120 
Tree Line Navigation Company, (The) 
Limited. (S.L.P. formerly Bay Line 

Steamships, Limited) 122 

Trevisa Steamship Company, Limited, (as 

a private company) 41 

Triad Company, Limited 45 

Tri-lax Remedy, Limited 116 

Trois-Rivieres Amusements Company, 
Limited, (The), (Compagnie D'Amuse- 
ments Des Troi9-Rivieres, Limitee), 

(S.L.P. increasing capital stock) 32 

Tunks Bros., Limited 43 

Tupman Tliurlow Company, Limited, 
(The), (SU.P. changing name to Wedell 

& Co., Canada, Limited) 36 

Tumbull-Kielv Company, Limited.. .. 116 


U 


Unic Cement, Limited. (La Compagnie de 

Ciment Unic, Limitee) 42 

Union Grain Company. Limited, (S.L.P. 

increasing capital stock) 118 

United Cigar Stores, Limited 73 

United Cigar Stores, Limited. (S.L.P. 
changing name to Metropolitan To- 
bacco Company, Limited) 89 

United Distributors. Limited (as a pri- 
vate company) 44 

United Exhibitors of Canada, Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly Cana- 
dian Feature and Production Com- 
pany, Limited) 77 


Page 

33 

38 

120 

100 

136 

51 

130 

64 

45 

49 

24 

27 

IS 

119 

110 

92 

69 

29 

142 

102 

12S 

59 

94 

64 

60 

117 

47 

40 

24 

71 

101 


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United Systems of Bakeries, Canada, 
Limited (as a private company) . . . . 
Universal I>rug Company (The), Lim- 
ited, (S.L.P. increasing capital stock) . 
Universal Mill Company, Limited.. .. 
Usaca Mining & Metals Company, Lim- 
ited 

Usines Chimiques du Canada (Les), Lim- 
itee, (Canada Chemical Works Com- 
pany, Limited), (S.L.P. increasing cap- 
ital stock) 

V 

V. Vivaudou of Canada, Limited 

Van-Kel Cleansers, Limited 

Vanity Fair Glove Limited (S.L.P. chang- 
ing name to Vanity Fair Importing 
Company, Limited) 

Vanity Fair Importing Company, Limited 
(S.L.P. changing name formerly Vanity 

Fair Glove, Limited) 

Venetian Sweets, Limited 

Versailles (Joseph), Limitee (as a pri- 
vate company) 

Victor Talking Machine Company of 

Canada, Limited 

Viking Pump Company of Canada, Lim- 
ited 

Villa Bros, of Canada, Limited (S.L.P. 

increasing capital stock) 

Visible Gas-Oil Service Limited (as a 

private company) 

Vitamines Co., Limited 

Vivaudou of Canada (V), Limited.. .. 

W 

W. A. Marshall and Company of Canada, 

Limited (S.L.P. increasing capital 
stock) 

W. and C. Window Regulator Company 

(The), Limited 

W. F. Macoun and Co.. Limited • 

W. H. Crow & Co., of Canada, Limited 
W. H. Dwyer. Limited (S.L.P. decreas- 
ing capital stock) 

W. J. Armstrong. Limited (S.L.P. increas- 
ing capital stock) 

W. R. Fleming ifc Company, Limited.. 
W. W. Hodkinson Corporation (Canada). 

Limited (as a private company) . . . . 
Wada Placer Mines, Limited (as a pri- 
vate company) 


Page 


Walker Fish Company (The), Limited. 135 

Ward and Birkbeck, Limited 137 

Warner Grain Company, Limited (S.L.P. 

decreasing capital stock) 64 

Warren Ignition and Equipment Com- 
pany (The), Limited 97 

Weco Products Company, Limited (as a 

private company) 17 

Weddell & Co., Canada, Limited (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Tupman Thur- 

low Company (The), Limited) 36 

Wekusko Mines, Limited 66 

Wellwood & Whelan, Limited (as a pri- 
vate company) 22 

West Indies Maritime Company, Lim- 
ited 93 

West Pubnico Trading, Limited 57 

Western Appraisal Company, Limited.. 113 
Western Canada Colonization Associa- 
tion (S.L.P. changing name to Canada 

Colonization Association) 71 

Western Quebec Paper Mills, Limited.. 56 

Western Steel Products, Limited 63 

Wheat Belt Packing Company, Limited. 142 
Wheeler Tire and Rubber Goods Com- 
pany. Limited, The 73 

Whistle Companv of Eastern Canada. 
Limited (S.L.P. increasing capital 

stock) 95 

Wm. Lee Co., Limited 130 

William C. Wilson. Limited 57 


Williams Company (The J. B.), Lim- 
ited) 

Williams Company (The J. B.), Limited, 
(S.L.P. changing name to The J. B. 


Williams Company (Canada) Limited) 94 

Williams Company (Canada) (The J. 

B.). Limited (S.L.P. changing name 
formerly J. B. Williams Company 

(The), Limited) S4 

Willys-Overland Sales Company, Lim- 
ited 90 

Wilson (William C.), Limited 57 

Window Regulator Company (The W. 

and C.), Limited 22 

Windsor Capitol Theatre. Limited (S.L.P. 
changing name formerly Loew’s Wind- 
sor Theatres, Limited) 23 

Winoona Investment Company (The), 

Limited 118 

Witchell-Sheill Company, Limited .... 78 

Wolthausen Hat Corporation. Limited 
(S.L.P. decreasing capital stock) . . . . 59 

Woods Manufacturing Company. Lim- 
ited (and reduced), (S.L.P. decreasing 
capital stock) 139 


Page 

36 

53 

31 

103 

74 

105 

70 

32 

32 

31 

69 

135 

124 

52 

25 

70 

105 

17 

22 

108 

47 

76 

67 

82 

2S 

34 


158 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


Page 

Woods Steamer Limited 53 

Woollens Limited (as a private com- 
pany) 68 

World Match Corporation, Limited, 
(S.L.P. chancing name formerly Match 

Company (The), Limited) 25 

World-Wide Rubber Company, Limited. 84 

Worthington & Co. (T. S,), Limited.. .. 29 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

V Page 

Yarmouth Cold Storage Company (The), 

Limited 115 

Yellow Cab Company of Ottawa, Lim- 
ited (as a private company) 48 

Yellow Cab Company of Montreal, Lim- 
ited (as a private company) 77 

York Assets, Limited 41 

Yukon Consolidated Gold Corporation 
(The), Limited 22 


COMPANIES ACT 


159 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


LIST OF COMPANIES WHICH HAVE SUBMITTED THE RETURN 
PRESCRIBED BY SECTION 106 OF THE COMPANIES’ ACT 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1923. 


Name of Company 


A M. Button and Crown Co.. Limited 
Abbey Realty Co. (The) Limited.. 
Abel-Fortin (J. P.) Limitee. . 

Abenaki.* Springs Co. Limited 
Aberley Knitting Mills, Limited 
Abitibi Power A Paper Co. Limited 


Abrasives, Limited 

Acadian Co-Operative Commercial 
Society, Limited 

Accounting A Tabulating Corporation, 
Limited 

Acer. (J. H. A.) A Co., Limited 

Acetylene Construction Co., Limited. 
Ackerman (B. F.) Son A Co., Ltd — 

Acme Glove Works. Ltd 

Acme Imports Co.. Limited 

Acme Securities Corporation, Ltd 


Acme Steel Goods Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Acme Vacuum Cleaner Co.. Ltd 

Adams-Barrett Co. (The) Ltd 
Adams Bros. Harness Mfg. Co., Ltd. 

Adams Chemical Co. Ltd 

Adcock A Co., Ltd. . . 

Adjusters A Appraisers. Ltd 

Advertising Service Co., (The) Ltd. . 

Aero Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Aetna Biscuit Co., Ltd 

A hern Safe Co., Ltd. 

Aird (James M.). Limited 

Aked A Co., Ltd 

Alaba ma T raction. Light A Power Co. 
Ltd. 

Alaska Bedding of Montreal, Ltd 

Albert Soaps. Ltd 

Alberta A Arctic Transportation Co., 
Ltd. 

Alberta Flour Mills, Ltd 

Alberta Hotel. Ltd 

Alberta Linseed Oil Co., Ltd 


Alberta Pacific Grain Co., Ltd 

Alberts Furniture Co., Ltd 

Aldred A Co., Ltd 

Alemite Products Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Alexander (Jas.), Limited 

Alexander Realty Co., Ltd 

Alexander i A. J.), Ltd 

Alexandria Woollen Mills (The) Ltd.. . 
Algorna Central Terminals, Ltd 


Algoma Eastern Terminals, Ltd. 


All British Signal Co., Ltd 

Allan's, Ltd 

Allan Bros. Co., Ltd 

Allen (Edgar) A Co. (Canada), Ltd. 

Allen (The John) Safe Co., Ltd 

Allen Silk Mills, Ltd 

Allen Theatres, Ltd 


Alliance Brass Co., Limited . . 
Alliance Mfg. Co.. (The) Ltd.. 

12-11 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

$ 

Montreal. Que 

300.000 

73.560 

Montreal, Que — 

500.000 

250,500 

Maisonneuve, Que. 

200.000 

10.200 

Montreal. Que.. 

100,000 

100.000 

Toronto, Ont 

50,000 

32,650 

Montreal, Que 

6.000,000 

250.000 
shares 
without 
par value 

Brant ford, Ont.. . 

600,000 

000.000 

Montreal, Que 

200,000 

24.600 

Montreal, Que. . . 

4,500.000 

3,500,000 

Montreal, Que 

100,000 

10.000 

Montreal. Que. 

10.000 

10,000 

Peterborough, 


Ont 

500,000 

400.000 

Montreal. Que . . 

1.000.000 

450.000 

Toronto, Ont 

40,000 

40.000 

Toronto, Ont 

500 

shares no 
par value 

300 

shares no 
par value 

Montreal Que 

3,000 

3.000 

Montreal. Que 

20.000 

19.600 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

35.000 

Toronto. Ont 

375.000 

374.500 

Montreal, Que.. 

• 50.000 

5.000 

Montreal. Que 

24.000 

19.000 

Montreal. Que 

50,000 

40. 100 

Montreal, Que 

25.000 

25.000 

Lennox vi lie. Que. 

75.000 

45.000 

Montreal. Que 

400.000 

296.500 

Montreal. Que 

75.000 

60.000 

Montreal. Que 

750.000 

500.000 

Toronto, t int.. 

400.000 

300.000 

Toronto, Ont 

30,000.000 

17.000.000 

Montreal, Que.. . . 

500.000 

328.300 

Montreal. Que 

200.000 

111.750 

Toronto, Ont 

750.000 

526.200 

Calgary. Alta 

5.000.000 

1,389.000 

Montreal. Que... . 

50.000 

.50,000 

Medicine Hat, 

300.000 

137.500 

Alta. 



Calgary. Alta 

3.000.000 

1.500.000 

Montreal. Que 

250.000 

100.000 

Montreal, Que 

1,000.000 

100.000.. 

1,000,000 

Montreal, Que 

250. tXK) 
500.000 

50,000 

Montreal. Que.. 

199.000 

114.700 

AJexndri «. ( >nf 

50.000 

l!>.420 

Saulte Ste. Marie. 

100,000 

100,000 

Ont 



Saulte Ste. Marie. 

100.000 

100.000 

Ont. 



Toronto. Ont 

£80. 000 

£64,000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

25,000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

13.500 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

20.000 

Montreal. Que. ... 

75.000 

46.100 

Toronto. Ont 

100,000 

100,000 

Toronto, Ont 

5.000.000 
pref. shares 
200.000 
common 
shares no 
par value 


Toronto. Ont 

75.000 

15.300 

Montreal, Que 

74.500 

74.500 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


. 000,000 


1 . 000.000 


350,000 


1,000 

5,000 


20,000 


15,000 

250.000 

100.000 
1,315,000 


44,450 


137,500 

1,250,000 


95.000 

40.000 
450.000 


18, 000 


1,700,200 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


26.253.500 


25,000,000 

250,000 


5.000. 000 

3.000. 000 
£744, 14s, 7d 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


130,000 


16,753,500 


13,668.900 

100,000 


4,992,713 

900.000 

£744.14s.7d 


160 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 



Author- 

Common 

Prefe r ence 

Head Office 

ized 

Mock 

Stock 


Capital 

Issued 

Istued 


% 

$ 

« 


Debenturi p 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ $ 


Alliance Steamship Co., Ltd 

Allied Agencies, Ltd 

Allied Drug Co., (1919) Ltd. 
Allied Metals Selling Co., Ltd. 


Montreal, Que.. 

Toronto. Ont 

Toronto, Ont.. . 
Deschenes. Que. 


Allied Motors, Ltd.. 

Allied Securities, Ltd 

Allward (The F. J.) Co., Limited.. 
Alma Co., Ltd 


Almonte Knitting Co., Ltd 
Aluminium Ware Mfg. Co., (The) Ltd. 

Alverna Catholic Association 

A malgamated Knitters, Ltd 
Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Co. 
of Canada, Ltd. 

American Druggists Syndicate, Ltd 
American Grain Separator Co., Ltd 
American Lafrance Fire Engine Co. of 
Canada, Limited. 

American Linseed Co., Limited 

American Machinists, Ltd 

American News Co., (The) Ltd 

American Nitrogen Co., Ltd 

American Panama Hat Co., Ltd 
American Purchasing Corporation, 


Ltd. 

American Stocks & Bonds. Ltd. 


Montreal, Que .. 
Winnipeg. Man 

Toronto. Ont 

St. Joseph d’Alma 
Que. 

Almonte, Ont. 
Oakville, Ont ... . 
Montreal, Que .. 
Pori Hope. ( hit 
Montreal, Que.. 

Montreal. Que.. 
Winnipeg, Man. 
Toronto, Ont.. . 

Winnipeg. Man. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que . 
Toronto, Ont.. 

Toronto, Ont 


American Thread Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Americanada Investments Corporation 
Ltd. 

Americanada Oil Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Quo.. 
Toronto, Ont...'. 

Toronto. Ont.. 


Ames (Alex.) & Sons, Ltd Sherbrooke, Que. 

Ames, Holden, McCready, Ltd. . Montreal, Que 


Ames Holden Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd. 


Kitchener, Ont 


Amherst Central Shoe Co., Ltd 

Amherst Pianos, Ltd 

Amoroso a Malagodi < Jo , Ltd 
Amputations Association of the Great 
w i at 


Regina, Sask 
Amherst, N.S. 
Montreal, Que 
Toronto. Ont . 


Anaconda American Brass, Ltd 
Anchor Petroleum «fc Transportation 
Co., Ltd. 

Anderson (Geo.) & Co. of Canada. Ltd. 
Anderson (W. J.) Mfg. & Rubber Co., 
Ltd. 

Andian National Corporation, Ltd. . . 

Anglo-American Agencies, Ltd 

Anglo American Motors. Ltd 

Anglo-American Pork Products Co., 
Ltd. 

Anglo-Canadian Associates Ltd 

Anglo-Canadian Leather Co., Ltd 

Anglo-Canadian Lumber Co , Ltd 
Anglo-Canadian Malleable Steel Mfg. 
Co.. Ltd. 

Anglo-Canadian Wire Rope Co., Ltd 

Anglo-Insurance, Ltd 

Angus & Taylor. Ltd 

International Toy Co., Ltd 

Anson Securities Corporation, Ltd 

Anthes Bacta Furniture Agency, Ltd. 
Anti- Vivisection League of Canada. 


Toronto. Ont 
Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que. 
London, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que . 
Toronto. Ont 

Fort William Ont.. 
Montreal, Que 
Iberville. Que — 
Rawdon, Que 

Lachine, Que 

Montreal, Que 
North Bay, Ont 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal. Que . . 
Kitchener, Ont 
Montreal, Que 


Antoinette Hat Shops, Ltd 

Apco Canadian Co., Ltd 

Apex Electrical Mfg. Co., (The) Ltd.). 

Apostolic Church of Pentecost 


Hamilton, Ont — 
Montreal. Que. 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg. Man — 


1.000.000 

40,000 

100,000 

150,000 


150.000 

100.000 

50.000 
5,000 

100,000 

100.000 

Without shn 

250.000 

5,000 

25.000 

50.000 

250.000 

40.000 

50.000 

500.000 

3.000. 000 

25.000 

5.000. 000 

30.000 
shares no 
par value 

1.000. 000 

50.000 

50.000 

100.000 
2,355,530 


225.000 
Preferred 

20,000 

Common 

100.000 

500,000 

50.000 
Without 

share 
capital 
1 . 1100 . 1*110 
10 , 000,000 

10.000 

50.000 

1,000,000 

200,000 

10 , 000,000 

5,000 

500.000 
5,000,000 

100.000 
200.000 

200,000 

20.000 

250.000 

50.000 
5,000,000 

500.000 
Without 

share 

capital 

10.000 
10,000 

Without 

share 

capital 


1,000,000 
H00 
54 054 

30.000 
shares no 
par value 

100,000 

70,500 

25,300 

5,000 

60.000 

20.000 

re capital. 

150.000 
5,000 

2,500 

50.000 

250.000 

40.000 

5.000 
450,700 

100.000 

10.000 

3,000,000 

17.575 
shares no 
par value 
100.600 
5 shares of 
no par value 
5 shares of 
no par value 

50.000 
28,026 

shares 
no par value 

20.000 

shar« s 

no par value 

100,000 
250,000 
40,200 


1 , 000,000 

10 , 000,000 

10,000 

2.100 

900.000 

41.000 

5.000. 000 
640 

30.000 

1.000. 000 

42,200 

86.400 

98.400 

20.000 

195.000 
50.000 

2.969.400 

500.000 


800 

10,000 


25,000 


10,000 


58,700 


2.215.400 

225.000 


0,100 


100,000 


2,417,700 

30,000 


2 . 000.000 


2.500.000 
1 . 54S.600 


750,000 


210,800 


2,481.960 

1,298.600 


403.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


161 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Aquasone Co., Ltd 
Arabol Mfg. Co. of Canada (The) Ltd 
Archibald A Holmes, Ltd. 

Arctic Ice Co., Ltd 


Arena Gardens of Toronto (The) Ltd. 
Arsen teuil Lumber Co., (The) Ltd 

Argonaut Gold, Ltd 

Argue, (F.W.) Ltd 
Armour Canndian Grain Co., Ltd. 
Armour (John) Ltd 
Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co. 
Ltd. 

Armstrong (C . T.) A Sons. Ltd 

Armstrong Indepentent Fisheries. Ltd 

Armstrong (W. J.) Ltd 

Amprior Clothing Co., Ltd 

Aromint Mfg. Co., ,The) Ltd 

Arrow Shoe Co.. (The) Ltd 

A*t Emporium, Ltd 

Asbestos Corporation of Canada, Ltd 

Asbestos Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Asch (The J. C.) Holdings, Ltd 

Asch, Ltd 

Ascot Tile A Brick Co., Ltd 
Asch (Claudius) Sons A Co. (of Can- 
ada) Ltd 

Ash-Temple Co., (The) Ltd.) 
Ashdown (J. H.) Hardware Co.. Ltd. 
Asiatic Petroleum Co., (Canada) Ltd 
Asphalt A Supply Co.. (The) Ltd 
Aspinwall Canadian Co., Ltd 
Associated British Industries of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

Associated Canndian Travellers 


Associated First National Pictures 
(Eastern Canada) Ltd . 

Associated Industries of Japan, Ltd 
Associated Screen News of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Associated Securities of Canada, Ltd 
Association Catholique des Voyaeur 
de Commerce du Canada. 

Association of Canadian Building A 
Construction Industries. 

Atikokan Iron Co. (The) Ltd) 

Atlantic Coast Development Co.. Ltd 
Atlantic Finance & Public Works 
Corporation. Ltd. 

Atlantic Steamship Co., Ltd 


Atlantic Sugar Refineries, Ltd 
Atlantic Transportation Co., 

Ltd. 

Atlantic Underwear. Ltd 
Atlas Asbestos Co. . Ltd 

Atlas Brick Co., Ltd 

Atlas Construction Co., Ltd 
Atlas Metal A Alloys Co. of Canada 
(The) Ltd. 

Atlas Record Co.. Ltd 
Atlas Securities Co., Ltd 


(The) 


Atwell Fleming Printing Co.. Ltd 
Aube Steamship Co.. Ltd 
Aubrey Hurst Co., (The Ltd 
Aubrv (A). & Fils. Ltee 
Au Bon Marche Letendre, Ltee . . 

Auer Incandescent Light A.fg. Co. .Ltee 

Auger A Son, Ltd 

Auger Oil Burner (The) Ltd 

22— lli 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Con mon 
Stock 
Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S 

S 

s 

$ 

$ 

Montreal, Que . 

1,000,000 


108.900 



Toronto, Ont 

250, 00C 

135.000 




Brampton, Ont . . 

50,000 

50.000 




Toronto, < >nt 

50.000 

28,300 




Winnipeg, Man 

430.000 

6.000 

400,000 





shares 






no par value 




Toronto, Ont 

500. 00C 

250.000 

250.000 

300.000 

300.000 

Morin Heights, 

90.000 

40,000 




Que. 






Montreal. Que 

3,000. OOC 

3,000,000 





75.00C 

60,000 




Winnipeg. Man 

40.000 

40.000 





40. OOC 

22.820 




Montreal, Que 

50,000 

50.000 




Sherbrooke, Que. 

150.000 

145,700 




Winnipeg. Man 

500.000 

150.000 




Guelph. Ont 

50.000 

25. 125 

20,600 



Amprior, ( >nt 

40.000 

5.000 




Toronto. < >nt 

50.000 

10.000 




Montreal, Oue 

100,000 

100,000 




Montreal , Que 

20.000 


20.000 



Montreal, Que 

7.000.000 

3.000.000 

4.000.000 

5.000,000 

3.000. 000 

Quebec, Que 

1.000,000 

495.000 


250,000 

250.000 

Montreal, Que 

2. 500, OOC 

30,000 

19.100 



Montreal, Que 

200.000 

27.000 

10.000 




75,000 


75.000 



Toronto, Ont . . 

150.000 

90.500 




800,000 

689.840 




Winnipeg, Man 

8.000.000 

3.405.000 


1,500.000 

1.046,400 

Montreal. Que. 

1,000 

1,000 





50,000 

7.000 





75,000 

75.000 




Toronto, Ont 

100,000 

11.150 




Calgary, Alta.. .. 







share 






capital 





Ottawa, Ont 

187.500 

187.500 





50,000 

50.000 




Montreal, Que. . . 

24,000 

24,000 




Toronto. Ont 

1.000.000 

500.000 




Montreal, Que. . 






share 






capital 





Ottawa, Ont 

Without 






share 






capital 





Toronto, < >nt . 

1,000.000 

1.000,000 


2.000,000 

2,000,000 

Toronto, Ont. . . . 

50.000 

50,000 


Montreal, Que. . 

£ 500,000 

£ 190,008 

250.000 




1,000 

1.000 


600,000 



shares 

shares 




no par 

no par 





value 

value 




Montreal. Que . 

6.500.000 

4.888,900 

I. 111. 100 

5.000.000 

4.570.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

1.000 




Moncton, N.B. . . 

500.000 

240.000 

200.000 



Montreal, Que 

70.000 

70.000 




Toronto. Ont 

600.000 

200.000 

144,900 



Montreal. Que. . 

500.000 

150.000 





50,000 

10.500 




Ottawa, Ont.. 

50.000 

50,000 





1.000 

1,000 





shares 

shares 





no par value 





Toronto. Ont . . 

100.000 

loo.ooo 




Montreal. Que . 

100.000 

100,000 


90.000 

90,000 


50.000 

50.000 




Montreal. Que . 

150.000 

100,000 


65,000 

65,000 


200.000 

200,000 




Montreal. Que. . . 

150.000 

150,000 





100,000 

75.600 




Montreal, Que. 

100,000 

60,900 





162 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company Head Office 


Ault A Wiborg Co. of Canada (The) 
Ltd. 

Ault Shoe Co.. Ltd 
Autographic Register Systems, Ltd 


Toronto. Ont 

Ottawa. Ont. 
Montreal. Que 


Automatic Electrical Record?, Ltd 

Automatic Paper Box Co., Ltd 

Automatic Sprinkler Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Automobile Exchange of Canada, Ltd. 
Automobile Owners Association. Ltd. 
Automotive Engineering Co., Ltd 

Axle Valve Co., Ltd 

Ayer (The A. A.) Co.. Ltd 

Ayers, Ltd 

B. A B. Furniture Co., Ltd ... 

B.B.B. Co., (Canada) Ltd 
B.C. Milk Condensing Co., Ltd 

B.C. Sugar Refinery, Ltd 

Bachelor Clothing Co., Ltd 

Backler (Louis) Ltd 

Bacon (F) A Co., Ltd 

Baie St. Paul Lumber Co., Ltd . . 

Bade (Andrew) Ltd 

Bailey Meter Co., Ltd 

Baillargeon (F.) Ltee 

Ballargeon (J. B.), Express, Ltd 

Baker Hats, Ltd 

Baker (Joseph) Sons & Perkins (Can- 
ada ) Ltd . 

Baker (Walter) A Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Baiba Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Baldwins Canadian Steel Corporation, 
Ltd. 


Toronto, Ont 
Toronto, ( *nt 
Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal. Que . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que 
Montreal, Que 
Lachute Mills, 
Que. 

Kitchener, Ont . . 
Montreal, Que . . 
Toronto, Ont. 
Vancouver, B.C. 
Sherbrooke, Que 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que . . 
Baie St. Paul 
Qoe 

Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
St. Constant. Que 
Montreal, (>ue . . 
Toronto. Ont .... 
Brantford, Ont . . 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Leamington, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont 


Balfour. White A Co., Ltd 

Ball Furniture Co., Ltd 

Ballantyne (The James) Co., Ltd 

Bollantyne (R. M.), Limited 

Bankers Realty Ltd 

Bankhead Mines. Ltd 

Banking Service Corporation, Ltd 

Barber-Ellis, Ltd 

Barcelona Traction, Light A Power 
Co.. Ltd. 

Barco Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Barnes (The Wallace) Co., Ltd 

Barnet (A.) & Co., Ltd 

Barnett-McQucen Co., Ltd 

Barnet t-McQucon Construction Co. 
Ltd. 

Barr Registers, Ltd 

Barrett Co., Ltd 

Barrie’s Ltd 

Barry, Cashman A Co. of Canada. Ltd. 

Barrymore Cloth Co.. (The) Ltd 

Barsalou (J.) A Cie., Ltee 

Bastian Bros., Ltd 

Bate ( H. N. ) A Sons, Ltd 

Bateman, Wilkinson Co., Ltd 

Bates A Innes, Ltd 

Bates (E. S.) & Co.. Ltd 

Bates Valve Bag Co., Ltd 

Bathurst Co., Ltd 

Battery A' Ignition Service Co., Ltd... 
Batterv Engineering 6c Supply Co., 
(The) Ltd 

Bauers, Ltd. 

Baum A Brody, Ltd 

Baumert Co., Ltd 

Bawlf (E. J.) Grain Co., Ltd 

Bawlf Terminal Elevator Co., Ltd — 

Baxter (J. R.) A* Co., Ltd 

Haver Co., (The) Ltd 

Bayley’s, Ltd 


Montreal, Que . . 
Hanover, Ont — 
Winnipeg. Man .. 
Stratford. Ont — 
Montreal, Qoe 
Montreal. Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont ... 
Toronto, Ont 

Walkerville, Ont.. 
Hamilton, Ont — 
Renfrew. Ont ... 
Fort William, Ont. 
Fort William, Ont. 

Trenton, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Peterborough, 
< >nt . 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Cobourg. Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Carliton Place. . 
Ont. 

Montreal, (^ue 
Niagara Falls, 
Ont. 

Bathurst. N.B. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawn, Ont 

Waterloo, Ont . . . 
Windsor, Ont . . . 
Huntingdon. Que. 
Winnipeg. Man. . 
Winnipeg, Man. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Sherbrooke, Que 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

* 

50,000 

150.000 

100.000 

100.000 

200.000 

150.000 

100.000 

400.000 

500.000 

200.000 

750.000 

500.000 

50.000 

250.000 
5.000 

10,000.000 

20.000 
50.000 
50.000 

350.000 

200.000 

50.000 

45.000 

1.500.000 

50.000 

500.000 

50.000 

500.000 

100.000 

shares 
no par value 

150.000 

125.000 

100.000 
500.0(H) 
100. 000 

1.000.000 

100.000 

500.000 

42.500.000 

25.000 

300.000 

250.000 

240.000 

183.000 

300.000 

3.000. 000 

1 . 000 . 000 

50.000 
1,000.000 

175.000 

50.000 

500.000 

250.000 

800.000 

49.000 

50.000 

15.000.000 

20.000 

50.000 

200,000 

150.000 

150.000 

100.000 

1.500.000 

75.000 

20.000 
100,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

50.000 

76.300 
3.000 
no par vnlue 
55.125 
100.000 

41.000 

20.000 
200.000 

353.500 
200.000 

157.000 

500.000 

12.400 

76.000 

500 

3,984,000 

2.500 

7.500 
10.200 

301.500 

200.000 

$ 

S 

25.000 

38^700 

48.300 





500 





187,000 

225,000 



100.000 







9.000 







5.000 


45.000 
1.000.000 

50.000 

50.000 

50.000 

500.000 

100.000 

shares 

100.000 

77,600 

67.400 

300.000 
10.500 

5.000 

15.000 

440.000 
27.450.000 

25.000 

54.000 

80.000 

183.000 
500 

90.300 
449, 800 

500.000 

5,000 

550.000 

175.000 
25.000 


301.700 










5.000,000 

50,000 




100.000 







60,000 

8,483,500 

£20.172, 133 
50,000,000 













241,500 



382,300 



25.000 
321,300 
125.000 

25.000 



125.000 

600.000 

40.000 

50.000 

9,774.200 

20.000 

12.300 

146.700 

113.000 

150.000 

100.000 
1,500.000 

20.300 







3.000.000 













500,000 


20,000 


95,000 



Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 

% 


225.000 


5.000.000 


£ 16.059.818 
29.411.000 


3.000.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


163 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return proscribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Baynes Carriage Co., Ltd 

Beach Foundry. Ltd 

Beach Motors. Ltd 

Bean A Westlake. Ltd 
Bear River Sr Digby Electric Light 
Heating Sc Power Co., Ltd. 

Bear River Steamship Co., Ltd. . 

Beare (S. B.). Ltd 

Beaubien, Ltd 

Beauvais (Max) Ltd 

Beaver (Alberta) Lumber, Ltd. . 
Beaver Co., (The) Ltd 
Beaver Elevator Co., (The) Ltd 

Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd 

Beaver Lumber (Northern) Ltd 
Beaver Products Co.. Ltd . 

Beaver Recreations. Ltd 

Beaver Stamping Co., Ltd 

Beaver Truck Corp., Ltd 

Beavermill Co.. Ltd 

Beck Bros. Sc Turner. Ltd 
Beck Mfg. Co., Limited 
Becker A Co. of America, Ltd 

Beckwith Box Toe. Ltd 

Beech Nut Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 
Belanger Brothers A Co., Ltd 
Belcher's Islands Iron Mines, Ltd 
Belchers Steamship Co.. (The) Ltd 


Beldam’s Asbestos Packing A General 
Mfg Co.. Ltd. 

Belding Oorticelli, Ltd 
Belgian Industrial Co., (The) Ltd 
Belgo-Canadinn Realty Co., Ltd 

Belgo Export Co.. Ltd 

Belgo Paper Co.. (The) Ltd. . . 
Belgrave Investment Co.. Ltd 
Bell-Baldwin Hydrodromes. Ltd 


Bell < Duncan) Ltd. 

Bell (Edwin S ). Ltd. 

Bell. (J A T.). Ltd 

Bell (Thomas V.), Ltd.. 

Bell Thread Co . (The) Ltd.. 
Bell (Wallace) Co., Ltd 
Belle Rive Realty Co., Ltd 
Belleville Motors. Ltd 
Belleville Paper Mills, Ltd. 


Bellmont Stores, (The) Ltd 

Belton (Geo. H.) Lumber Co., Ltd. 


Belvedere Properties. Ltd 
Benallack Lithographing A Printing 
Co.. (The) Ltd 

Benedict Proctor Mfg. Co.. Ltd 
Benjamin Electric Mfg. Co., of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Bennett A Messecar Co., (The) Ltd .... 

Bennett, Ltd 


Benn. tt Lumber Co.. Ltd . . 

Bennett Martin Asbestos A Chrome 
Mines. Ltd. 

Benson A Hedges (Canada* Ltd 
Bergeron Whissell A Co.. Ltd 
Berlinger Gramophone Co., Ltd 

Bernard (A.) A Co . Ltd 

Bertram (The John) A Sons Co. 

Bethune (D.A.) Ltd 

Better Battery Service. Ltd 

Be van Churchill A Co., (Canada) Ltd. 

Beveridge Supply Co., Ltd 

Big Creek Mining Co., (The) Ltd . 

Big Valley Collieries, Ltd 
Bighorn A Saunders Creek Collieries. 
Ltd. 


. Ltd. 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Brantford. Ont .. 

50.000 

50.000 




400.000 

312.000 


100,000 


100.000 

100.000 



150.000 

86.000 




50,000 

50.000 



Bear River. N.S. 

150.000 

150,000 



Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

44.500 




1,000,000 

400,000 



Montreal, Que. . . 

500.000 

400,000 




300.000 

300.000 



Ottawa, Ont 

5.000.000 

983,600 

749.300 


W innipeg, Man 

500. 000 

160.000 



W innipee, Man 

3.000,000 

1.500.000 

1.500.000 


W innipee, Man 

200.000 

150.006 



St Janvier. Que. 

20.000 

15.000 

5.000 


Toronto. Ont 

50.000 

4.04(1 


15,000 

Ualkervillo. Ont.. 

40.000 

8.200 



Hamilton. Ont 

1.500.000 

650.000 


300,000 


20.000 

20,000 




50.000 

30.000 

10,000 



400.000 

400.000 


Halifax. N.S. 

650,000 

650,000 



Sherbrooke. Que. 

50,000 

25.000 

25.000 


Hamilton, Ont . 

200.000 

100.000 



Hull. Que 

I 00. 000 

54,000 




1.500.000 

1.107,135 



Montreal, Que.. 

2,000 shares 

2,000 shares 




no par 





value 





300,000 

75.800 

30,000 


Montreal. Que. . . 

2,500,000 

749.500 

865,300 

1,000,000 


1,000.000 

560,000 




500,000 

500,000 



Montreal, Que. 

49.000 

4,900 



Montreal. Que ... 

20,000.000 

14,000.000 


3,000.000 

Montreal, Que 

5(H). 000 

500.000 


5,540.000 

Baddcck, N.S 

1.000 shares 





no par 





value 





50,000 


21,500 


Hamilton. Ont . 

50,000 

24.000 


Montreal, Que.. 

300,000 

300. 0C0 


160,000 

Montreal. Que. 

75.000 


75,000 


Hamilton, Ont 

49.500 

9.200 

16.800 


Montreal, Que. 

45.000 

30.000 



Montreal. Quo.. 

75.000 

28.500 



Belleville, Ont . 

40.000 

10.000 



Montreal. Que ... 

9,000s hares 

J. 500 shares 


300,000 


no par 





value 




Montreal. Que.. 

40,000 

1.575 



London, Ont . . . 

100,000 

1 ,000 shares 





no par 





value 



Montreal. Que. 

250.000 

100.000 

150.000 


Montreal, Que.. 

400,000 

191,900 

36,400 


Trenton, Ont.. 

150.000 

45.000 

3,000 


Toronto, Ont.. 

200.000 

198,450 




50.000 

30.200 



Chamblv Canton. 

1.200.000 

75,000 

44.000 

1,000,000 

Que 





Montreal. Quo 

100,000 

100.000 



Fhetford Mines, 

10,000.000 

1,500,000 

3.400.000 

400,000 

Que. 





Montreal, Que.. 

1,500. 000 

300,000 

255.300 

£220,000 


250.000 

150. into 



Montreal, Que.. 

10.000 

10.000 




100.000 

20.000 




600.000 

400,000 

200,000 



25.000 

25.000 



50.000 

5.000 




50,000 

15. 000 

10,000 



50.000 

19.200 




1,000,000 

1,000,000 




500,000 

500. GOO 



Blairmore, Alta.. 

300.000 

200.000 


200,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 

100.000 


15,000 

174.600 


495,568 


1.500.000 

5.540.000 


160,000 


148,800 


300,000 


£230.000 


200,000 




164 


DEPARTMEXT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Bignell & Knox, Ltd 

Bilt more Hats. Ltd. 

Birch Hinds Printing Co., Ltd 
Bird ft Son, I i<! 


Bird Machine Co. of Canada, Ltd. 


Birks Corner ft Co.. Ltd 

Birks, (Henry) ft Sons, Ltd... 

Birks Securities, Ltd.. 

Birmingham Montreal Realty Co 
Bishop ft Pringle, Ltd 
Bishop Blaney Corporation, Ltd. 
Bishop (William I.), T.td 
Bishopric Mfg. Co., (The) Ltd 
Bissell Carpet Sweeper Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Biton (The Walter) Co., Ltd. 

Black ft Decker Mfg. Co., Ltd. 

Black ft Hughes, l.imited, Ottawa. 
Black (J. (L), Ltd 

Black Lake Asbestos & Chrome Co.. 
Ltd. 

Black River Pulpwood Co., Ltd.. 
Blackburn Bros., Ltd 
Blackwell & Landry Agencies, Ltd. 

Blaiklock Bros., Ltd 

Blair Brothers. Ltd 
Blair Engineering Co. of Canada. Ltd 
Blake Vannatter Fox Farms, Ltd 
Blue Diamond Coal Co., Ltd 
Blue River Lumber Co., Ltd 
Blue (Walter) ft Co., Ltd 
Blumenthal (J. II.) Sons, Ltd 

Bock ft Tetreau, Ltd 

Bodley (C. J ). Ltd 
Bogue Bros ft Henry, Ltd.. 

Boileau (I’lric), Ltd 

Boivin. Wilson ft Co., Ltd 

Bole Grain Co., Ltd 
Bon Ami. Ltd 
Bon Marche Mfg. Co., Ltd 


Bonbons Candiac (Canada) Ltd. 
Bond ft Share Co., Ltd 
Bond Engineering Works. Ltd. 
Bonner-Heddle Co., (The) Ltd 

Bonner Sand ft Ballast, Ltd 
Bonner- Worth Co., Ltd 


Booth Coulter Copper Smithing Co., 
Ltd. 

Booth (J. R.). Ltd.. 

Booth Fisheries Cunadian Co., Ltd.. 
Boots Cash Chemists of Canada, Ltd 
Boots Pure Drug Co of Canada, Ltd. 

Borden Co., (The) Ltd 

Borden's Condensed Milk Co., Ltd. 
Borden's Farm Products Co., Ltd.... 

Border Cities Co., Ltd 

Border Cities Investment Co., Ltd. 


Border I ransit Co., Ltd 
Borgfeldt (Geo.) A Co., Ltd 
Boss Lock Nut Co. of Canada, Ltd... 
Boston ft Yarmouth Steamship Co. 
Ltd. 

Boston Cattle Co., Ltd 


Boston Insulntod Wire ft Coble Co.. 
Ltd. 

Boudrias (J. V.) ft Fils, I. tee 

Boulanger ft Bergevin, Ltd 


Head Office 


Montreal. Que.. 

Guelph. Ont 

Montreal, Que . 
Hamilton, Ont. 


Hamilton, Ont. 


Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Quo.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Owen Sound. Ont 

Paris, Ont 

Montreal. Que. . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ningara Falls, 
Ont . 

Toronto. Ont.. 
Montreal. Que .. 
Ottawa, Ont 

I hurso, Que 

Montreal. Que.. 

Montreal. Que.. 
Ottawa, Ont 
Montreal. Que . 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que. . 
Ottawa. Ont. 
Toronto. Ont.. . 
Toronto, Ont.. . 
Riviere Blue. Que 
Sherbrooke. Que. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont . 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal, Que .. 
Montreal. Que. 
Fort William, Ont 
Montreal, Que 
Peterborough, 
Ont. 

Quebec. Que 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto. Ont.. 

St Cat harines, 
Ont . 

Montreal. Que.. 
Peterborough, 

Ont 

Montreal. Que.. 

Ottawa. Ont. . 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Toronto. < »nt 
Toronto, Ont . 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Toronto. Ont... 
Windsor, Ont 


Sandwich, Ont.. 
Toronto. Ont.. 

M ont real. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 

Montreal, Que. . 


Hamilton. Ont. 

Montreal. Que.. 
f^ichine, Que 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


50.000 

250.000 

50.000 

800.000 


100 shares 
no par 
value 
100.000 
2.000.000 
500.000 

50.000 

100.000 

5.000. 000 

1.000. 000 

150.000 
60.000 

4C.OOO 

40.00C 

25.000 

75.000 

4.000. 000 

400.000 

100.000 

30.000 

100.000 

50.000 

100.000 

500.000 
1,500.000 

100.000 

250.000 

100.000 

40.000 

50.000 

50.000 

100.000 

1.000. 000 

500.000 
500.0.00 

100.000 

500.000 

2 . 000.000 

100.000 
100,000 

50.000 
1.000.000 

100.000 

10.000.000 

lit »M 

50.000 
50,000 

1 , 000.000 

5,000 

275.000 
1.000.000 

9.500 pref 
shares 
10. OOOCom . 

50.000 

150.000 

50.000 

500.000 

13.000 
Common 
shares of no 

par value 
500 Pref. 
shares 

200.000 

300.000 

100.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


90.700 
30.000 
75.750 
'hares no 
par value 
100 shares 


100.000 

1.451,000 

460.200 

13,600 

■ 

492,100 
300.500 
150, <X0 
40.000 


25.80C 

10.500 

n 

3,000.000 

400.000 

60.500 
13.000 
5S.7O0 
18 9< 

100.000 

204.000 
1.500.000 

100.000 

113.000 

65.500 

32.1 50 


100.000 

100.000 

57.000 

500,000 


200.000 

2 , 000.000 

100.000 

93.250 

25.000 

500.000 

20,100 

: 

2.500.000 

500 

500 

1 . 000.000 

5.000 

275.000 
358.700 

10.000 
shares 

34,200 

150.000 
40,000 

335.000 

13.00C 
shares 


184,000 


95.000 

20.000 


Pr» f rence 
Stock 
Issued 


30.000 

30.500 


400,000 


11.000 


40,000 


1.000,000 


40,000 

11,775 


33,600 


130,300 


510,000 


131,500 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


1.250.000 


000.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


1.181.000 


600.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


165 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Boulter, Waugh. Ltd 

Boulton Paint Co.. (The) Ltd 

Rourcier (J. O.). Ltd 

Bourdeau (J) A Son, Ltd 

Boutley’s. Limited. 

Bovine Hydraulic «Sc Engineering Co., 
Ltd. 

Bowes Co., Ltd 

Bowles Lunch, Limited 

Bowman (S. S.), Ltd.. 

Bowman, Thayer United, Ltd 

Bowncss Export Co., Ltd 

Bowser (S. F.) Co.. Ltd.. 

Boxer (The Reg. X.) Co., Ltd 

Boyd (W. T. C.) Co.. Ltd 

Boys Specialties. Ltd 

Reading Breweries, (The) Ltd 

Bradley (John J.), Ltd 

Brager Samuels. Ltd 

Rramsons Auto Service, Ltd 

Brandram-Henderson. Ltd . 

Brant Amusement*. Ltd 
Brantford Navigation Co., (The) Ltd 


Brantford Rooiing Co., Ltd 
Brantford Washing Machine Co., Ltd. 
Bras D’Or Coal Co., Ltd 


Brass A Bronze Mfg. Co., Ltd. 

Braund (Percy F.) Ltd 

Brayley Drug Co., Ltd 

Brazeau Collieries. Ltd 
Brazilian Hydro Electric Co., Ltd.. 
Brazilian Telephone Co.. Ltd . 
Brazilian Traction, Light A Power, Co., 
Ltd. 

Bremner (Alex.), Ltd. 

Bremner. Norris A Co.. Ltd... 

Brennan Paving Co., Ltd 

Bret hour. Ltd 

Briard (J. J.). Ltd 

Brick A Tile Co., (The) Ltd 

Bridge River Development Co., Ltd. 
Bridge River Timber A Mfg. Co., Ltd. 

Brinton Carpet Co., Ltd 

Britannic Engine Co., Ltd.. 

British America Co., Ltd 
British America Elevator Co., Ltd .. 
British America Express Co., (The) 
Ltd. 

British America Nickel Corporation. 
Ltd. 

British American Bank Note Co.. Ltd. 
British American Coal Co., Ltd. 
British-American Dyeing Co., (The) 
I Id 

British American Fuel A Metals, Ltd 

British American Oil Co., Ltd 

British American Publishing Co., 
(The) Ltd. 

British A Canadian Development Co.. 
(The) Ltd. 

British A Colonial T^and A Securities 
Co., Ltd. 

British A Foreign Sailors Society 


British Canada North Exploration A 
Development Co., Ltd. 

British Canadian Agencies, Ltd 
British Canadian Marble Co. (The). 
Ltd. 

British Colonial Contracting Co.. Ltd. 
British Columbia Cement Co., Ltd. 

British Columbia Coal A Land Co.. 
Ltd. 

British Columbia Fishing and Pack- 
ing Co., Ltd. 

British Columbia Pilotage Association, 
Ltd. 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stook 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 

s 

; 

t 

$ 


400,000 

200.000 

200,000 




60.000 

20.600 




400,000 

100.000 

185,100 




149.900 

88.900 




40,000 

20.700 





500,000 

142,300 

60,600 



Toronto, Ont . . 

1,000,000 

556.000 

200,000 




5,000,000 

2,500.000 

2,500,000 




50,000 

50.000 





250,000 

20,300 





40,000 

34,670 





750,000 

500,000 

250,000 




250,000 

197,000 




150,000 

150,000 





50,000 

16,500 




Ottawa. Ont 

250,000 

188.000 

39,000 



St John. N.B.. . 

10,000 

2.000 





50,000 

20,000 





400, 0OO 

314,700 




Montreal. Quo.. 

1.750.000 

1.179,900 

500,000 

1,750,000 

997,600 


500,000 

300.000 




Montreal, Que... . 

500 shares 

300 shares 





of no par 






value 






250.000 

200,000 




Brantford, Ont. 

100.000 

40.350 

26.900 



North Sydnev, 

195,000 

182,900 




N.S. 







50,000 

50,000 





50.000 

20.000 





75,000 

40,500 




Toronto. Ont .. 

4.450,000 

4,000.000 

450,000 

5,500,000 

1.500,000 


5.000,000 

501,000 




Toronto, Ont . 

5. 000, (XX) 

5,000. 000 


7,500,000 

7.500.000 

Toronto, Ont . 

120.000.000 

106,570,600 

10,000,000 




200,000 

200.000 




Montreal. Due. . 

50.000 

30.000 

20,000 




100. (XXI 

50.500 





100,000 

15,000 





50,000 

39.6C0 





5.000 

520 





500,000 

248.000 





1.200,000 

600,000 

132,200 




350.000 

350, 000 




100,000 

43,900 





500,000 

1,000 





1,500, (XX) 

1,250,000 





100.000 

100.000 




Ont. 







20.000,000 

20,000.000 


24,500,000 

18,491.900 

Ottawa, Ont. 

500.000 

300,000 

200,000 


100, (XXI 

100,000 





100,000 

70,700 





50.000 

6.400 





10.000.000 

5.500.000 





250. 000 

250,000 





100,000 

35,300 





10,000.000 

1. 150.800 




Toronto, Ont 

Without 






share 






capital 






1,000,000 

606.500 





50,000 

34.000 





350,000 

150,000 

146,500 



Beauce. (^ue. 




50.000 

5,100 




Toronto, Ont 

3,200,000 

3,200,000 


1.600,000 



£328.767 

(300,000 

Hamilton, Ont 

750,000 

150,000 

600.000 




5,000,000 

4,291.800 




Vancouver, B.C.. 

25.000 

2,500 





166 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act —Continued 


Name of Company 



British Columbia Sugar Refining Co. 
Ltd. 

British Controlled Oilfields, Ltd 
British Dominion Holding A Invest 
ment Corporation, Ltd. 

British Empire Development Associa 
tion. Ltd. 

British Empire Grain Co.. Ltd.. 
British Empire Lumber Corporation 
Ltd. 

British Empire Steel Corporation, Ltd 
British Esparato Papers. Ltd 
British Federal Securities Corporation, 
Ltd. 

British Industrial Corporation The). 
Ltd. 

British Mfg. Co., Ltd 
British Metal Corporation (Canada) 
Ltd. 

British Molvbdonite, Ltd 
British Radio Corporation of America 
Ltd. 

British Realty Co., Ltd 
British Sales Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
British Textiles. Ltd. 

British United Press, Ltd 
British Xvlonite Co. (Canada) (The). 
Ltd. * 

Brock (Stanley). Ltd 
Brock ( W. R.) Co., Ltd 
Brodeur.Ltd. 

Brodie A Harvey, Ltd 

Brodie’s Ltd 

Brokers, Ltd. 

Bromsgrove Guild (Canada) (The). 
Ltd. 

Bronson Company 

Brooks Elevator Co. . Ltd . . 

Brosseau (D. C.) A Co.. Ltd. 
Brouiletto-Stanwny Signs, Ltd 
Brown (The D. F.) Paper Box A Paper 
Co.. Ltd. 

Brown (E. E.) A Co.. Ltd 

Brown (Foster) Co., Ltd . 

Brown (John S.) A Sons (Canada), Ltd 
Brown, MacIntyre. Ltd 


Rrown Optical Co.. Ltd 
Brown Process (The), Ltd 
Brown Rochette. Ltd 
Brown, Young. Ltd 
Bruneau, Currie A Co., Ltd 

Brunet ( J.) . Ltee. 

BTunner, Mond (Canada), Ltc 

Bryson’s Ltd 

Buchan’s Ltd 

Buck (The William) Stovo Co 

Buckley Drouin Co., Ltd 

Budge Carbon Paper Mfg. Co 

Builders Sales, Ltd 

Bull Dog Lncer Co. of Canada (The) 
Ltd. 

Burkholder Fur Co., Ltd . 

Burn (G. D.) A Co., Ltd — 

Burnett, Ltd 

Burns (P.) A Co., Ltd 

Bums (P.) Coal Mines. Ltd 
Burns (Wm.J.) International Detective 
Agency of Canada, Ltd. 

Burrard Dry Dock Co., Ltd.. . 
Burroughs A Co. (Eastern) Ltd 
Burroughs Adding Machine of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Burrow. Stewart A Milne Co., Ltd 
Bush (W. J.) A Co. (Canada) Ltd.. 

Business Systems, Ltd 

Butler-Jobin Optical Co., Ltd 

Buttcrworth (J. G.) Co., Ltd 

Button Sales. Ltd 


Ltd. 
Ltd. . 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

s 

Vancouver B.C 

10,000,000 

4,000,000 

Montreal. Que 

45.000.000 

20.000,000 


250.000 


Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

510 

Winnipeg. Man 

500.000 

277.000 

Montreal. Que. . . 

100.000 

30,300 

Montreal. Quo 

100.000 

100.000 

Montreal. Que 

10.000 

1.000 

Ottawa. Ont 

50.000 

26.500 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

5.000 

Montreal, Que 

100. OOP 

J.i.onn 

Montreal. Que 

loo.oop 

100. COO 

Toronto, ( >nt 

100.000 

04 . 58 1 

Montreal, Que. 

10. OOP 

500 

Montreal. Quo 

100. OOP 

40.500 

Toronto ( *nt 

00,001 

2 .000 

Montreal. Que 

20.000 

6,400 

Montreal. Quo 

io.ooo 

10.000 

Toronto, ( )nt . . 

25,000 

25.000 

Winnipeg. Man. 

250.000 

137.000 

Toronto. < >nt. . 

2,000.000 

1. 107.500 

Montreal, Que 

40.000 

5.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

50.000 

Montreal. Que. . 

250.000 

100.000 

Toronto. Ont 

50.000 

22.500 

Montreal . Que 

loo.ooo 

43.200 

Ottawa, Ont 

300.000 

300.000 

\N innipeg. Man — 

350.000 

345.000 

Montreal, Quo. . 

100.000 

1)0.500 

Montreal, Que 

25,000 

15.000 

St. John, X.B. . . . 

9,000 

9,000 

St. John. \* R. 

20.00(1 

20.000 

Montreal. Que 

20.000 

20.000 

Toronto. Ont 

500.000 

250.000 

Montreal Que 

250 pref 

250 shares 

shares 

no par 


250 com . 
sh ires 

vnlue. 

Montreal. Que 

35.000 

9.600 

Toronto, Ont. 

2.500.000 

2. 000. 000 

Quebec, Que 

40.000 

5.500 

Montreal. Que. 

75.000 

47.400 

Montreal. Quo 

100.000 


Montreal. Que 

100.000 

55.000 

Toronto. ( >nt. . . 

5.000.000 

5,000,000 

Montreal, Que. 

80.000 

S0.0O0 

Montreal. Que 

2.500 

2.500 

Brantford. < >nt. 

1,000.000 

554,625 

Montreal, Quo 

50.000 

35.700 

Montreal. Que 

200.000 

125.400 

Ottawa. Ont .. 

100.000 

69.500 

Hamilton, Ont . 

50.000 

800 

Ottawa Ont 

50.000 

5.500 

Ottawa. Ont 

25.000 

3.000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

100.000 

91,600 

Calgnrv, Alta 

10.000.000 

5.000.000 

Calgarv. Alta 

1.000.000 

1.000.000 

Montreal, Que. 

50,000 

5,000 

Vancouver. B.C. . 

1 . 000.000 

500,300 

Montreal. Que. . 

50.000 

29,000 

Windsor, Ont 

250.000 

250.000 

Hamilton. Ont.. 

500.000 

363.600 

Montreal. Que 

40.000 

40.000 

Toronto. Ont 

500.000 

250.000 

Montreal. Quo 

100.000 

20,500 

Ottawa. Ont 

150.000 

100,400 

Kitchener, Ont 

100,000 

25,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

$ 

25,000.000 

100.000 



138.500 











75.000 





eo.ooo 

27.000 







6,100 









11300 

'500.000 



25,000 

60.100 


























3,500,000 














250,000 

225.000 






Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


3,500,000 


225,000 




COMPANIES ACT 167 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Byers (A. F.) A Co., Ltd 

Cadillac Motor Car Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Cadillac Motors, Ltd . 

Cadomin Coal Co., Ltd . 

Calder Minins Co. (The), Ltd 

Caldwell (John) & Co., Ltd 

Caldwell (LAV.) & Co.. Ltd 

Caldwell (R. J.) Ltd 

Caledonia Springs Co., (The) Ltd 
Calgary Brewing & Malting Co.. Ltd 
Calgary Water rower Co. (The), Ltd 
California Perfume Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Callinan-McKay Exploration Co., Ltd 
Calvin Co., Ltd 


Cam-Fish Co.. Ltd 

Camden Investment Co.. Ltd 
Cameron A Heap Co., Ltd 
Cameron (J. R.) Ltd. 

Campbell MnrLuurin Lumber 
Ltd. 

Campbell Steel Iron Works. I.fd 
Campbellford Cloth Co. (The). Ltd 


Co. 


Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

Ltd 

Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

Ltd 

Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

Ltd 

Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

Canada 

C&nadn 

Canada 


& Gulf Development Co.. Ltd 
Atlantic Grain Co Ltd ... 

Axe <k Harvest Tool Mfg. Co. 


Barrels «fc Kegs. Ltd 

Bond Corporation, Ltd 

Bond & Investment Co. (The), 


Head Office 


Boxboard Co., Limited 
Brass Products, Ltd 
Brazil Import & Export Co. 

Carbide Co., Ltd 

Carbon <k Ribbon Co.. Ltd. . 
Carpet Cleaning Co., Ltd 

Casing Co. (The), Ltd 

Cement Co., Ltd 

Clothing Co.. Ltd.. 

Coke Corporation, Ltd 

Cold Storage Co. (The), Ltd 
Colonization Association. Ltd 


Montreal. Quo 
Oshawa, Ont.. . 

Montreal, Que 
Winnipeg, Man 
Dawson, Y.T 
Montreal. Que.. 
Calgary. Alta 
Oshawa. Ont. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Calgary, Alta 
Calgary. Alta 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto. Ont . 
Garden Island, 
Ont. 

Toronto. Ont... 
Montreal, Que.. 
Dauphin, Man. . 

Ottawa. Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 

Ottawa, Ont 
Campbellford. 
Ont . 

i Ottawa. Ont 
Winnipeg. Man 
Montreal, Quo. 

Waterloo. Ont.. 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 

Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal. Que.. 
Smith's Falls, Ont 
Montreal, Que 
Montreal, Que.. 
Winnipeg, Man. 


Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd 


Canada Decaleomania Co., Ltd 

Canada Drugs, Ltd 

Canada Fidelity Corporation (The) 


Canada Fire Brick Co.. Ltd.. 

Canada Foundries & Forgings. Ltd 
Canada Furniture Manufacturers. Ltd 

Canada Gelatine Co., Ltd 

Canada Glue Co., Ltd 

Canada Grip Nut Co., Ltd 

Canada Ice & Coal Co.. Ltd.. 

Canada Illinois Tools, Ltd 

Canada Industrial Bond Corporation. 
Ltd. 

Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd 

Canada Iron Foundries, Ltd 

Canaria Landed & National Invest 
ment Co., Ltd. 

Canada Linseed Oil Mills, Ltd 

Canada Lock Joint Pipe Co.. Ltd 

Cana< la Loose Leaf Co. (The), Ltd. . 
Canaria Machinery' Corporation. Ltd 
Canada Mexico Oil Co., Ltd.. 


Canada Needle & Fishing Tackle Co.. 
Ltd. 

Canada Office Furniture Co., Ltd.. 

Canada Paint Co., Ltd 

Canada Paper Box Co., Ltd 


Toronto. Ont . 


Toronto, Ont. 
Yorkton, Sask 
Toronto, Ont.. 


Montreal. Que.. 
Brockville, Ont 
Woodstock. Ont. 
Brantfor i. Ont , 
Brantford. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que... 
Hamilton. Ont. 
Toronto, Ont.. . 
Montreal, Que... 


Guelph, Ont 

Montreal. Que... 
Toronto, Ont 


Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Galt. < >nt ... 
Montreal, Que.. 


Toronto, Ont... 

Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


100,000 

10,000 

50.000 

2,000,000 

500.000 

50.000 
50. COO 

240.000 

200.000 
2 , 000,000 

100,000 

10.000 

750.000 

300.000 

40.000 

300.000 

100.000 

50.000 

250.000 

10 >,000 
1 , 000,000 

4. 500. 000 

300.000 
100.GGO 

500.000 
1,936,800 

50,000 

1,000, COO 

50.000 

10.000 

1.500.000 
• 50,000 
100.000 

500.000 
30,000.000 

30.000 

75.000 

500.000 
500.000 


100.000 
shares 
no par value 
100,000 

50.000 

100, oco 

5G0.C00 

4.000. 000 

3.000. 000 

250.000 

1.000. 000 

250.000 

300.000 

40.000 

500.000 

1.500.000 

6.300.000 

4.000. 000 

500.000 

40.000 

50.000 

2.000. 000 

600.000 


50.000 

35.000 

75.000 

120,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


69.000 

10.000 

25.000 
1.800.000 

500.000 

30.000 

21,200 

240.000 
105, COO 

1.500.000 

100.000 
1.000 

627,735 

157,500 

40.000 

300.000 

76.000 

10.000 

250.000 

36,500 

200.000 

3.500.000 

150.000 

100.000 

267.50C 

378.000 

30.000 

400.000 

13.000 

10.000 

850.000 

50.000 

45.000 

356.000 
13.500.000 


50.000 

250.000 
100 shares 

of no 

par value. 
55,762 
shares 

98,250 

20.000 
4,000 shares 
no par value 

100.000 

960.000 
734,300 

125.000 
426.100 
129,400 

300.000 
500 

300.000 

1.000,000 

1,598,900 

2.410.000 

500.000 

40.000 
32,200 

1,177,500 

120.000 
shares no 
par value. 

17,100 

28.600 

75,000 

100,000 


Preferenc 

Stock 

Issued 


24,000 


100,000 

. 000,000 


470.000 


10,500,000 

17,700 


250,000 


100,000 

100, 00C 
960.000 
1,225.800 


100,000 


125,800 

3,877.800 


602,400 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


1,700,000 


2.500.000 


8 , 000,000 


300,000 


2,000,000 


750,000 

1 , 000,000 


100,000 


1.000,000 

4.820.000 


1 , 000,000 


£350,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


1,700,000 


2.500.000 

8 , 000,000 

300,000 

65,500 


315.600 

3.500 


50,600 


809.298 

3,395,958 


301.750 


340.666 


168 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 

Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorised 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 



S 

$ 

$ 

t 

$ 



1 .000.000 

588.600 

344,100 

150.000 

150,000 



50.000 

28,382 



100.000 

100. COO 






00.000 

60,000 






50.000 

50.000 






150.000 

84,000 




Canada Railway News Co., Ltd 

Toronto. Ont 

50.000 

50.000 






24. (KM' 








no par value. 




Canada Roofing A Paving Co.. T.td 

Montreal. Que.. 

50.000 

10,500 




Canada Scale A Sliccr Co. (The), Ltd. 

Bowman vi He. Ont 

150.000 

60,000 

53.200 





2.500.000 

1 .250.000 




Canada Sidecar Mfg. A Welding Co., 

Hamilton, Ont 

100,000 

30.180 




Limited 







Canada Sheer Corporation, Ltd. 

Bowmanville, 

350,000 

166,000 

74,400 




Ont 






Canada Starch Co.. Limited 

Cardinal. Ont . 

2.500.000 

1.186.500 

1.186,600 

500.000 

500.003 

Canada Steamship Lines, I.td 

Montreal. Que.. 

25,000,000 

12.000.00(1 

12.500,000 

21.000,000 

20,992,106 

Canada Steel Goods Co., Ltd... 

Hamilton. < >nt . 

000. OOC 

391 .500 




Canada Stoker Co., Ltd 

Galt, Ont 

40.000 

40.000 




Canada Sugar Refining Co., Ltd.. 

Montreal. Quo 

1 . 000 . 000 

1.00(3.000 




Canada Syndicate, The ( Ltd) . . 

Montreal. Que.. 

500, (ML 

115.000 


500.000 

115,509 

Canada l ack A Nail Co., Ltd. 

Hamilton Ont. 

103.000 

49.000 

15.300 



C'anada Timber A Lands, Ltd. 

i oronto. ( *nt . . 

259.(00 

237.200 

12.000 



Canada Wire A Cable Co . Ltd. 

I easide. ( >nt 

3.030.000 

1.500. COO 

1.500.000 

350,000 

62 . 8<X) 

Canada’s Baby Conservation Assooia- 

Montreal. Quo 

W ithout 





tion. 


share 







capital . 





Canadian Acceptance Corporation. Ltd 

Toronto. Ont . . 

250.000 

250.000 




Canadian Adjusters Association, Ltd. 

Winnipeg, Man. 

5,000 

5.030 




Canadian Adventurer, Ltd... 

Toronto, ( >nt 

40.000 

10.000 




Canadian Advertising Agency. Ltd . . 

Montreal. Que.. 

250.000 

125.000 

125. (MX) 



Canadian Aladdin Co.. Ltd 

Toronto. < )nt... 

250.000 

133.000 

9,300 

55.000 

19,500 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers. Ltd.. 

Toronto. Ont . 

500. 000 

500.000 






10,000 

1 000 




Canadian American Copper Refining 

Montreal, Que.. 

5.000,000 

1.000.000 

43.300 



Co., Ltd. 









50.0(H) 

10 000 






100. ooc 

100,000 





Bridgeburg, Ont 

5,000 

850 




Co., Ltd. 






Canadian Ammonia Co., Ltd.. . 

Toronto, Ont.. 

250,000 

220,000 






250.000 

125,000 






1,000.000 

710.600 






35. (MK) 

18.600 






100,000 







10,000 

50 





Montreal, Que.. 






Remedial Gymnastics. 

share 







capital 





Canadian Atlas Crucible Steel Co.. Ltd. 

Welland, Ont.. 

1,000. 000 

6,244 shares 

483.600 






of no 







par value. 




Canadian Austin Machinery. Ltd 

Woodstock, Ont. 

50. (MK) 

5.000 





Toronto, Ont 

50,000 

35.500 




tion. 




Canadian Aviator. Limited 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

10.000 




Canadian Bag Co.. Ltd. 

Montreal. Quo.. 

1.000,000 

400,000 

317,000 



Canadian Bank Note Co.. Ltd 

( >ttawa. ( >nt 

2,50O.(MMI 

2,500.000 




Canadian Barking Drum Co., Ltd.. 

Toronto, Ont 

25.(300 

15.000 






50.000 

50.000 




tion. Ltd. 






Canadian Beaver, Ltd. . . 

Toronto. Ont.. 

40.000 

10,000 




Canadian Benedict Stone, Ltd.. . 

Montreal. Que.. 

230, 000 

6.000 shares 

50. OCX) 






of no 







par value 






200.1 km: 

45 000 




Canadian Blower A Forge Co., (The) 

Kitchener. Ont.. 

500.000 

31,500 






200.000 

200 COO 






20,000 

11 000 




Canadian Braid A Trimming Co., Ltd. 

Montreal, Que. . 

100,000 

75.000 




Canadian Brake Shoe A Foundry Co.. 

Montreal, Que.. 

150.400 

50,400 

65,200 

50,000 

43,500 

JL, lO. 



500 shares 






of no 






par value 







2,000, 000 

994 000 




Canadian Briscoe Motor Co.. Ltd 

Brock ville, Ont.. 

200, (KK) 

100,000 

100,000 



Canadian Britisher, Ltd. . 

Toronto. Ont.. . 

40, 00C 

10,000 




Canadian Bronze Ltd 

Montreal, Que.. 

2,000.000 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 




COM PAX l ES ACT 


169 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return proscribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 

Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 



i 

$ 


5 



500.000 

500.000 



Ltd. 


25.000 

18.900 



Canadian Canners. Limited 

Toronto. Ont . 

1.000.000 

1.000.000 





20.000 

19,160 




Ont. 





Canadian Cnr4 FoundrvCo.. Ltd 

Montreal, Oue. 

12.500.000 

4 975.090 

7.500.000 

7.500,000 



1.000,000 

1.000.000 



Canadian Carrier. Ltd 

'oronto. Ont. 

40.<>or 

10. 090 



Canadian Cartage & Storage Co , Ltd 

Montreal. Que.. 

500.O0' 

49.:. 000 



Canadian Challenger. Ltd 

r oronio. Ont 

40.00'' 

I". 090 





50.00'' 

45.000 





1,000,000 

1.090. 000 



Canadian China Clay Co.. Ltd 

Toronto, Ont . 

I. 500.000 

1 .500.090 


1 .090.000 

Canadian Cinch Anchoring Systems. 

Toronto, Ont 

20,000 

20.000 



Ltd . 


20.000 

7,600 





50.090 

15,000 



Canadian Clothel Refrigerating Co.. 

Montreal, Que. . 

100,000 


100,000 


a 

Canadian Coal Fields. Limited. 

Toronto, Ont . 

10. 000. 000 

1.000.000 



Canadian Coal Products Engineering 

Toronto, Ont . . 

1.250. 000 

1.250.0C0 



Canadian Coaster. Ltd 

Toronto. Ont.. 

40.000 

10.000 



Canadian Cocoa & Chocolate Co., I.td. 

Montreal. Que.. 

2,000.000 

1.035.800 


125.000 

Canadian Collieries (Dunsrauir) Ltd. 

\ irtoria, B.C 

6,027.000 

1.025.980 

3. 601, sec 

9.996.133 

Canadian Commander. Ltd 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

10 . coo 



Canadian Committee for the Restor- 

Montreal. Que. 

Without 




at ion of the University of Louvain. 


share 




Canadian Comstock Co.. Limited 

Montreal. Que. 

150.000 

150,000 





49.000 

49.000 



Canadian Connecticut Cotton Mills. 

Sherbrooke, Que. 

6.500.000 

1.500.000 

3,000.000 


Lid. 


40.000 

10.000 



Canadian Consolidated Corporation. 

St. Catharines, 

110.000 

2.000 shares 

100.000 


Ltd. 

< >nt. 


no par value. 



Canadian Consolidated Felt Co.. Ltd. 

Montreal. Que . 

2.000.000 

1.500.000 

500.000 


Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co.. 

Montreal. Que. 

6.000,000 

2.805.500 

3.000.000 

13.100,000 

Canadian Consolidated Underwriters, 

Toronto, Ont 

300,000 

330,000 



Canadian Constructor. Ltd. 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

10.000 



Canadian Consumers Casein Co.. I.td 

Toronto . 1 >nt.. 

50.000 


10,000 


Canadiun Contract Purchase Co.. Ltd. 

Toronto. < >nt . . 

50. IKK) 

5.000 



Canadian Converters' < o.. Ltd 

Montreal. Que 

3.000,000 

1.733.500 


750.000 

Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers. 

Toronto. Ont 

200. 000 

101.370 


100,000 

Ltd 






Canadian Corborundum Co.. Ltd.. 

Niagara Falls. 

1.500.000 

1.500.000 



Canadian Cottons. Ltd.. 

Montreal. Que 

S. 000. 000 

2.715.500 

3.661.500 

5.000.000 

Canadian Council of the Girls Guides 

Toronto. < >nt 

W ithout 




Association 


share 






capital. 




Canadian Countryman Publishing Co.. 

Toronto. Ont.. 

100.000 

50.000 



(The). Ltd 






Canadian Credit Men’s Trust Associa- 

W innipeg. Man. 

100.000 

19.5S0 



tion. Ltd. 






Canadian Crocker-Wheeler Co The). 

St Catharines. 

1 . 000.000 

675.000 

2S0.0O0 

200.000 

Ltd 

Ont. 





Canadian Crude Asbestos A Fibre 

Thetford Mines. 

20.000 


20.000 


Corporation. Ltd 

Que. 





Canadian Cruiser, Ltd 

Toronto. Ont . 

40.000 

10.000 



Canadian Cushion Inner Tire A Rubber 

W ingham. Ont. 

40.000 

40.000 



Co (The). I.td 






Canadian David E. Kcnnedv. Ltd 

Montreal. Que. 

10.000 

10.000 



Canadian Debentures Corporation. 

Toronto. Ont. . 

500.000 

250.000 

250.000 


J .TO . 

Canadian Dos Moines Steel Co . Ltd 

Chatham. Ont. 

100.000 

43.000 



Canadian Desmond-Stephen Mfg. Co.. 

Hamilton, Ont. 

50,000 

50.000 



Canadian Detroit Twist Drill Co.. 

Walkerville, Ont 

20.000 

20.000 



Ltd 






Canadian Distributing Co.. Ltd 

Montreal. Que.. 

.50.000 

15,000 



Canadian Domestic Engineering Co., 

Montreal, Que.. 

4.5.000 

23.000 



Ltd 






Canadian Drawn Steel Co. The), Ltd 

Hamilton, Ont 

500.000 

246.400 



Canadian I>res>ler Kilns. Ltd ... 


9.000 

9.CX) 



Canadian Driver- Harris Co . Ltd 

Walkerville, Ont. 

1.50.000 

50.000 





1.50.000 

147,000 



Canadian Durable. Ltd 

Montreal. Que . 

50.000 

5.000 




Delientures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


6,275,000 


1 . 000.000 


125.000 

9.012.872 


10.600.000 


399,000 


5.000.000 


200.000 


170 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Canadian Edison Appliance Co., Ltd. . 

Canadian Electric Steel, Ltd 
Canadian Electrical Association 


Canadian Electrical Corporation. Ltd 
Canadian Electrical Inventions, Ltd 


Canadian Electrical Supply Co., Ltd 
Canadian Electro Products Co., Ltd 

Canadian Elevator Co., Ltd 

Canadian Elixman Co., Ltd 

Canadian Engineer, Ltd 

Canadian Engineering «fc Tool Co. 
(The), Ltd. 

Canadian Engineering Standards Asso- 
ciation. 

Canadian Equipment Co.. Ltd 

Canadian Evaporated Apples, Ltd 

Canadian Explorer, Ltd 

Canadian Explosives, Ltd 

Canadian Export Paper (k>., Ltd 

Canadian Exporter, Ltd.. 

Canadian Fabrikoid, Ltd 
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co. (The), 
Ltd. 


Canadian Farm Implement Co., Ltd 

Canadian Farmer, Ltd 
Canadian Feature & Production Co., 
Ltd. 

Canadian Fertilizer Co.. Ltd 

Canadian File & Tool Works, Ltd. 
Canadian Fire Hose Co. (The), Ltd.. 

Canadian Fisher, Ltd 

Canadian Florists & Gardeners' Asso- 
ciation. 

Canadian Flowers & Feather Mfg. Co. 
(The). Ltd. 

Canadian Foamite Firefoain Co., Ltd 

Canadian Footwear Co., Ltd 

Canadian Forester, Ltd 

Canadian Founders’ & Metal Trades 
Association. 

Canadian Freighter, Ltd 

Canadian Garden City Homes, Ltd 
Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd. . 

Canadian Germicide Co.. Ltd 

Canadian Gilbert & Barker Mfg. Co., 
Ltd. 

Canadian Glass Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Canadian Gold & Platinum Co., Ltd . 
Canadian Gold Car Heating & Light- 
ing Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Government Merchant Mar- 
ine. Ltd. 

Canadian Grape Products, Ltd 

Canadian Graton & Knight, Ltd 

Canadian Gunner, Ltd 

Canadian Gypsum Co., Ltd 

Canadian Handkerchiefs, Ltd 

Canadian Harvester, Ltd. 

Canadian Hat Mfg. Co.. Ltd 

Canadian Hauck Burner Co.. Ltd 

Canadian Hide *fc Leather Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Highlander. Ltd 

Canadian Home Land Co.. Ltd 

Canadian Homespun^, Ltd 

Canadian Horse Shoe Co., Ltd 

Canadian Horticultural Council (The)., 


Canadian Hospital Supplv Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Canadian Hunter, Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

i 

Toronto, Ont 

500,000 

5.000 shares 

Montreal. Que.. 

5,000.000 

no par value. 
1.650.500 

Montreal, Que.. 

Without 


Montreal. Que 

share 

capital. 

1.000.000 

202.600 

Montreal, Que.. 

500. 000 

20,000 

Montreal, Que... . 

100.000 

shares 
no par value. 
100.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

2.000.000 

1.5(M).000 

W innipeg, Man 

3,000,000 

2. 5(H). 000 

Hamilton, Ont. 

50.000 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont.. 

■10,000 

10.000 

Windsor, Ont. . 

50.000 

30,000 

Ottawa Ont 

Without 


Montreal, Que 

share 

capital. 

50,000 

25.000 

Toronto, Ont 

150.000 


Toronto, Ont 

40,000 

10.000 

Montreal, Que.. . 

30,000,000 

10,243, 100 

Montreal, Que... . 

500.000 

355,000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

10.000 

Montreal, Que 

3,000,000 

3.000.000 

Montreal, Que 

2,125,000 

82.735 

Medicine Hat, . 

1,000.000 

shares 
no par value. 
660,914 

Alta. 

Toronto. Ont.. 

40,000 

10,000 

Winnipeg, Man. 

1.000,000 

258.500 

< hatham, Ont — 

200,000 

50,400 

Montreal, Quo.. . 

200,000 

194.000 

Montreal, Que.. . 

40,000 

20,000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

10,000 

Montreal, Que 

Without 


Montreal, Que 

share 

capital. 

75,000 

37,000 

Hamilton, Ont — 

50,000 

30.000 

Montreal. Que 

150.000 

122,500 

Toronto, Ont 

40,000 

10.000 

Toronto. Ont 

Without 


Toronto, Ont... 

share 

capital. 

40.000 

10.000 

Montreal, Que 

45.000 

22.. 500 

Toronto, Ont 

20. 000.000 

10,800. 000 

Toronto, Ont.. 

40.000 

22. 100 

Toronto, Ont 

10.000 

500 

Montreal. Que 

25,000 

25. (MM) 

\\ indsor, Ont 

250.000 

146,200 

Montreal, Que 

300,000 

300,000 

Toronto. Ont 

1,000,000 

660.900 

Hamilton. ( »rn 

200.000 

1S5.000 

Montreal, Que 

1(H). 000 

10.000 

Toronto. Ont.. 

40,000 

10.000 

Toronto, Ont 

20,000 

20,000 

Montreal, Que 

150,000 

150,000 

Toronto. Ont 

40,000 

10,000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

50.000 

Port Hope, Ont. 

10.000 

10,000 

Toronto. Ont... . 

100. OtM) 

1(40.000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

10.000 

Toronto, Ont 

100,000 

100, OtM) 

Montreal, Que 

.50.000 

25,000 

Hamilton. Ont 

500,000 

300,000 

Ottawa, Ont 

Without 


Montreal. Quo 

share 

capital. 

75.000 

25,000 

Toronto, Ont 

40,000 

10,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

308.300 

S 


44,600 

150,000 

500.000 

3,000,000 








150,000 



4.650.000 

2,000,000 





1,500,000 

1,596 



56. 100 

42.100 















100.000 




22,500 

2,000,000 


io. ooo. ooo 




























5,000 

129,500 

38,500 

50,000 



Debenture 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


1,250,000 


100,00 


5.000,00 


COMPANIES ACT 


171 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Canadian Fi. W. Gossard Co., Ltd 
Canadian Hydro Stone. Ltd 
Canadian Ice Machine Co.. Ltd . 

Canadian Importer. Limited 

Canadian Incinerator & Furnace Co., 
Ltd. 

Canadian Independent Oil, Ltd.. 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co.. Ltd. 
Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co.. Ltd. . 
Canadian Inspection <k Testing Co., 
Ltd. 

Canadian Institute of Chemistry 


Canadian International Corporation. 
Ltd. 

Canadian International Filter Co., Ltd. 
Canadian Interseas Corporation, Ltd 

Canadian Inventor, Ltd 

Canadian I. P. Morris Co., Ltd 

Canadian Irrigation, Ltd 

Canadian I.T.S. Rubber Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Canadian Jewellers Association 


Canadian Jewish Committe, Inc . 


Canadian John Wood Mfg. Co., Ltd.. . 
Canadian Johns-Main ville Co., Ltd. 
Canadian Kansas Oil Co., Ltd. 

Canadian KellogCo., Ltd 

Canadian'K.K. Co., Ltd 

Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd 

Canadian Kraft. Ltd 

Canadian Labour Press, Ltd 

Canadian I-aeo Lamps, Ltd 

Canadian Lady Dress Co. (The), Ltd. 
Canadian Lamp A: .Stamping Co., Ltd. 
Canadian Land <k Investment Co.. Ltd. 
Canadian Laundry Machinery Co 
(The », Ltd. 

Canadian Leader, Ltd 

Canadian Leather Products. Ltd 

Canadian Legion 


Canadian Lever Springs, Ltd 

Canadian Libby -Owens Sheet Glass 
Co.. Ltd. 


Canadian Linotype, Ltd . 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd 
Canadian Loader A: Body (The). Ltd 

Canadian Ixx*kers, Ltd 

Canadian Locomotive Co.. Ltd. . 
Canadian Logger, Ltd. 

Canadian Luckenbach Processes Co., 
Ltd 

Canadian Lumber Yards, Ltd. . . 
Canadian MacArthur Concrete Pile Co. 
Ltd. 

Canadian Malleable Iron Co.. Ltd. . 
Canadian Malt Extract Co.. Ltd. 
Canadian Manhasset Cotton Co., Ltd 

Canadian Mariner, Ltd 

Canadian Match Co. (The), Ltd. 
Canadian Mead-Morrisoo Co., Ltd. . . . 


Canadian Meter Co., Ltd 
Canadian Metropolis Securities, Ltd. 

Canadian Miller. Ltd 

Canadian Miner, Ltd 

Canadian Minerals Finance Corpora- 
tion, Ltd. 

Canadian M. J. Daly A Sons, Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

* 

Toronto. Out 

500.000 

500,000 

Montreal. Quo.. 

500.000 

375.000 

Toronto. < >nt . 

75.000 

44,500 

Toronto. Ont . . 

40.000 

10.000 

Toronto, Ont . . 

50,000 

48,500 

St. John. N.B.. 

157,500 

1,500 share* 

Montreal. Que,. 

10.000.000 

no par value. 
10,000,000 

Montreal, Quo.. 

2.000.000 

1,300.000 

Toronto, Ont . 

40.000 

9,200 

Montreal, Que 

Without 


Montreal, Quc 

share 

capital 

50.000 

12,700 

Toronto. Ont . . 

40,000 

40,000 

Montreal, Que . . 

10.000 

10.000 

Toronto, Ont . . 

40,000 

10,000 

Toronto. Ont 

40,000 

4,000 


50.000 

600,000 

Toronto, Ont 

512,500 

Toronto, Ont 

Without 


Montreal, Que . 

share 

capital 

Without 


Toronto. Ont 

share 

capital 

200.000 

200,000 

Montreal, Que . 

2,500,000 

1,570,500 

Montreal. Que 

600,000 

600,000 

Montreal. Que 

25,000 

2,500 

Flora. Ont 

40,000 

22,500 

Toronto. Ont 

5,000,000 

5,000,000 

Montreal, Que 

100,000 

10,000 

I oronto, Ont . 

100,000 

100,000 

Toronto, Ont . . 

500,000 

246,700 

Kitchener, Ont 

40.000 

15.950 

Ford. Ont 

100,000 

61,600 

Toronto, Ont 

loo.ooo 

100,000 

Toronto, Ont 

300,000 

200,000 

Toronto, Ont 

40,000 

10,000 

Toronto, Ont 

17,100 

17,100 

1 oronto, Ont 

Without 

Peterborough, 

share 

capital 

500,000 

499.200 

Ont. 

Hamilton. Ont. . 

1,500,000 

38,000 

Toronto. Ont . 

49,900 

shares 
no par 
value 
49.900 

Montreal, Que 

250,000 

25,000 

Montreal. Que 

200,000 

17,050 

1 oronto, Ont 

100.000 

38,150 

Kingston, Ont 

3.500,000 

2,000,000 

1 oronto. ( >nt 

40. (MX) 

10,000 

Toronto. Ont . 

5,000.000 

4.500,000 

Vancouver, B.C 

1.000.000 

1,000,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

24,000 

24,000 

Owen Sound. Ont. 

150,000 

118,300 

Toronto. ( »nt 

50.000 

30,000 

Montreal. Que. 

3 . 000 . 000 

1.285,500 

1 oronto. I >nt 

40. (MX) 

10,000 

Pembroke. Ont 

1. (XX). 000 

1.000.000 

Montreal. Que 

1.060.000 

9,705 

Hamilton, Ont. 

200.000 

shares no 
par value 
200,000 

Montreal, Que 

100,000 

14,100 

Toronto, < »nt 

40,006 

10.000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.006 

10,000 


100.000 

50.000 

100,000 

7,700 

Toronto. Ont 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


125.000 


2,000 


500 


1,500.000 


1,500.000 


500,000 


10,000 

863,350 


600,000 


Debenture a 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


50,000 


6 , 000,000 


2 , 000,000 


250,000. 

150,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 

$ 


800 


1,500,000 


150.000 

150.000 


172 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Canadian Moludite. Ltd 
Canadian Nashua Paper Co., Ltd 

Canadian National Carbon Co., Ltd.. 


Canadian National Institute for the 
Blind (The). 

Canadian National Rolling Stock, Ltd. 
Canadian National Safety League 

Canadian National Transfer Co., Ltd 
Canadian Navigator, Ltd 
Canadian Northern Montreal Lund 
Co.. Ltd. 

Canadian Northern Realties, Ltd . 
Canadian Northern Rolling Stock, 
Ltd. 

Canadian Northern Town Properties 
Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Numbering Machine Co., 
Ltd. 

Canadian Observer, Ltd 

Canadian Office & School Furniture 
Co. (The), Ltd. 

Canadian Oil Leases Syndicate. Ltd. 
Canadian Oliver Chilled Plow Works, 
Ltd. 

i lian ( hut, Ltd 

Canadian Pacific Car & Passenger 
Transfer Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Packing Co., Ltd 

Canadian Panama & Straw Hat Co., 
Ltd. 

Canadian Paperboard Co., Ltd 
Canadian Paper Box Manufacturers 
Association. 

Canadian Paramount Corporation, 
Ltd. 

Canadian Pathfinder, Ltd 

Canadian Peerless Jewelry Co., Ltd. 

Canadiun Pickfords, Ltd 

Canadian Pioneer, Ltd 

Canadian Pipe Organ Co. (The), Ltd. 

Canadian Planter, Ltd 

Canadian Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd 

Canadian Porcelain Co., Ltd 

Canadian Poster Co. (The), Ltd 
Canadian Potato Machinery Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Potteries, Ltd. 

Canadian Power Ac Paper Investments. 
Ltd. 

Canadian Press, Ltd 

Canadian Prisoners’ Welfare Associa- 
tion. 

Canadian Property Co. (The), Ltd. . 

Canadian Prospector, Ltd 

Canadian Radio Corporation, Ltd 

Canadian Raider, Ltd 

Canadian Railroader, Ltd 

Canadian Rancher, Ltd 

Canadian Ranger, Ltd 

Canadian Rattan Chair Co., Ltd — 
Canadian Raybestos Co., Ltd 

Canadian Real Estate Co., Ltd. ...... 

Canadian Reconstruction Association. 


Canadian Recruit, Ltd 

Canadian Releasing Corporation, Ltd 

Canadian Rock Drill Co., Ltd 

Canadian Rodboro Shoe Co., Ltd 

Canadian Roofing Mfg. Co.. Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Vancouver. B.C . 

$ 

400 , 000 

Peterborough, 

500.000 

Ont 


Toronto, Ont 

30.000 

Toronto, Ont 

shares no 
par value 
Without 

Toronto. Ont ... 

share 

capital 

500.000 

Toronto, Ont 

Without 

Toronto. Ont . . 

share capital 
500,000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

Montreal, Que . . 

2,500,000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

Toronto, Ont 

500,000 

Toronto, Ont 

10,000,000 

Toronto, Ont 

50,000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

Preston, Ont 

100,000 

Montreal, Que 

300.000 

Regina. Sask .. 

20.000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

Prescott, Ont. 

80,000 

Toronto, Ont 

10.000,000 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

5.000.000 

Toronto. Ont 

Without 

Toronto, Ont .... 

share 

capital 

5,000,000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

Sherbrooke. Que.. 

1.000.000 

Ottawa. Ont 

75.000 

loronto. Ont 

100.000 

St. llyacinthc, 
Que. 

Toronto, Ont . . 

99.000 

40,000 

Montreal, Quo . . 

150.000 

Hamilton. Ont... 

300,000 

Montreal. Que . 

50.000 

Galt. Ont 

25.000 

St. John’s, Que. . 

500.000 

Montreal, Que . 

1,000,000 

Toronto, Ont. . . . 

10,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

Without 

Toronto, Ont 

share 

capital 

100.000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

Toronto, Ont 

5,000,000 

Toronto, Ont 

40,000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

Victoriaville, Que. 

49,000 

Peterborough 

250,000 

Ont. 


Toronto, Ont 

1 . 000,000 

Toronto, Ont . . . 

Without 

Toronto, Ont ... 

share 

capital 

40,000 

Montreal, Que. . 

49.000 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

Toronto. Ont 

200,000 

Windsor. Ont 

100,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debenture 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


386.500 

500,000 

6,000 

shares 


50,000 


500, 000 
10,000 
2,500,000 

40.000 

50.000 

10,000,000 

32.000 

10.000 
100,000 

300,000 

20,000 

10,000 

80,000 

9,000,000 

50,000 

2,100,500 


3,000,000 

10,000 

730.000 

45.000 

10.000 

58.000 

10.000 

150.000 

150.000 

50.000 

25.000 

315.000 

500.000 

10.000 


42.000 

10.000 

3,000,000 

10,000 

40,650 

10,000 

10,000 

49,000 

67,600 


10,000 

45,5(10 

50,000 

115,130 

100,000 


10 , 000,000 


1,500,000 


2,000,000 


20,000 

30,000 


41,000 


140,500 


500,000 


795.000 


500,000 


3,450 


200,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S 


10 , 000,000 


320.000 


350.000 


500,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


173 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Naino of Company 


Hoad Office 


Canadian Rover, Ltd 
Canadian Rubber Co. of Montreal 
(The), Ltd 

Canadian Runner. Ltd 
Canadian S.K.F. Co., Ltd 
Canadian Safety Fuse Co., Ltd 
Canadian Sailor. Ltd 
Canadian Salt Co., (The), Ltd 
Canadian Sapper. Ltd 
Canadian Sawdust Co.. Ltd 
Canadian Scottish, Ltd 
Canadian Sealer. Ltd 
Canadian Seed Grower's Association 


Toronto. Ont 
Montreal. Que. 

Toronto. Ont 
Toronto, Ont . . 
Montreal, Que 
Toronto. Ont 
Montreal, Que 
Toronto. Ont 
Montreal. Que 
Toronto, Ont. 
Toronto. Ont 
Ottuwa, Ont 


Canadian Seigneur , Ltd 
Canadian Settler. Ltd 
Canadian Shipping Brokers, Ltd 
Canadian Shovel & Tool Co., (The, 
Ltd 

Canadian Sid way Co., Ltd 


Toronto, Ont . 
Toronto, Ont 
Toronto, Ont 
Hamilton. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 




Canadian Siegwart Beam Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Canadian Signaller, Ltd 
Canadian Skirmisher. Ltd 
Canadian Society of Anaesthastists . . 


Montreal. Que 

Toronto, Ont 
Toronto. Ont 
Montreal. Que 


Canadian Society of Cost Accountants 


Toronto, Ont 


Canadian Sower. Ltd 
Canadian Spinner. Ltd 
Canadian Squutter, Ltd 
Canadian Steel Corporation Ltd . 
Canadian Steel Foundries. Ltd 
Canadian Steel Tire & Wheel Co., Ltd. 
Canadian Siewart Co.. Ltd 
Canadian Street Car Advertising Co.. 
Ltd. 

Canadian Sunbeam I -amp Co., Ltd .. 

Canadian Teletype Co., Ltd 

Canadian Tie A Lumber Co., Ltd . 
Canadian TiUaoil Farm Motors, Ltd 


Toronto, Ont . 
Toronto. Ont 
Toronto, Ont 
Ojibway, Ont 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Qua. . . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . . 


Canadian Timber Securities. Ltd 

Canadian Toledo Scales, Ltd. 

Canadian Toys, Ltd 
Canadian Trade Corporation Ltd, 

Canadian Trader. Ltd 

Canadian Transfer Co., Ltd 

Canadian Transporter, Ltd 

Canadian Trapper. Ltd 

Canadian Traveller. Ltd. 

Canadian Traylor Engineering A Mfg. 

Co.. (The), Ltd. 

Canadian Trooper, Ltd. 

Canadian Tungsten Ijimp Co.. Ltd. 
Canadian Tygard Engine, Ltd . 
Canadian Ukranian Institute Prosvitn. 


Quebec, Que 

Windsor. Ont 

Hamilton, Ont. 
Montreal. Que 
Toronto, Ont 
M< mtreel, Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont ... 
Toronto, < >m 
Montreal, Que. 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man — 


Canadian Undersellers, Ltd Montreal, Que 

Canadian Underwriters Electrical In- Montreal, Que 
inspection Bureau (The), Ltd. 

Canadian United Theatres. Ltd London, Ont. 

Canadian Universal Film Co., Ltd. . Toronto. Ont 

Canadian Vickers. Ltd Montreal, Que 

Canadian Victor. Ltd Toronto, Ont 

Canadian Volunteer, Ltd Toronto, Ont 

Canadian Voyageur, Ltd Toronto, Ont 

Canadian Waist Co., Ltd Montreal. Que 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Am horised 

$ 

s 

$ 

$ 

40.000 

10,000 



2,000.000 

2,000.000 



40,000 

10.000 



100,000 

100,000 



50(1.000 

450.000 



40.000 

10.000 



1,500,000 

1.200.000 


1,400.000 

40.000 

10.000 



100,000 

100.000 



40,000 

10.000 



40.000 

10.000 







share 




capital 




40,001 

10.000 



40.000 

10,000 



100,000 

60,000 

40.000 


500,000 

500,000 



150,000 

3.000 

142,000 



shares 




no par value 



250,000 

137.800 



40.000 

10.000 



40,000 

10,000 



Without 




share 




capital 




Without 




share 




capital 




40,000 

10.000 



40.000 

10,000 



40,000 

10.000 



20,000,000 

2.000,000 



5.000,000 

3.000.000 

1.400,000 

5.000.000 

1,000.000 

1.000.000 



100,000 

100.000 



1,400,000 

1,000,000 


400,000 

200,000 

200,000 



150,000 

100,000 

500 


300,000 

150.000 


150,000 

10,000 

K>. (MM) 

50,000 


Common 

shares no 



shares no 

par value 



par value. 




500 




Preferred 




shares of 




$100 each 




250.000 

210.000 



350.000 

350.000 



100.000 

34,500 

10,000 


100, (MH1 

.50.000 



40.000 

10,000 



500.000 

300.000 



40,000 

10.000 



40,000 

10,000 



40.000 

10,000 



50,000 

5,000 



40.000 

10,000 



300,000 

300.000 


331.000 

3. 000, 000 

2,500,000 



W ithout 




share 




capital 




49.000 

49,000 



25.000 

25,000 



3,000.000 

1.565.000 


400,000 

150.000 

150,000 



5,000,000 

5,000,000 


4.866,666 

40,000 

10.000 



40.000 

10.000 



100.000 

10.000 



50.000 

36,000 




Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


940.000 


’ 3.650.000 


240,000 

49.400 


326.000 


141,000 

4.866.666 


174 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Canadian Warren Axe Sc Tool Co., Ltd. 

Canadian Warrior, Ltd 

Canadian Western Lumber Co., Ltd.. 

Canadian Westing house Co., Ltd 

Canadian Wm. A. Rogers, Ltd 

Canadian Winner, Ltd 
Canadian Wood-working Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Cane Mola Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Canmore Coal Co., Ltd 

Canners Seeds, Ltd. 

Canuck Supply Co., Ltd 

Capital Coal Co.. Ltd 

Capital Hide Sc Raw Fur Co., Ltd 

Capital Oil Products, Ltd 

Capital Tobacco Co., Ltd ...... 

Capitol Blond Tea Co., Ltd 

Caplin (C.), Ltd 

Capp (T. W.), Co., Ltd 

Capreol lfanmer Lands, Ltd 

Capuano & Pasquale Co., Ltd 

Carbon Sc Alloy Steel Co., Ltd 

Carillon Construction Sc Development 
Co., Ltd 

Carkner (J. Howard), Ltd 

Carleton Motor Sales, Ltd 

Carling Brewing Sc Malting Co., of 
London, Ltd. 

Carling Export Brewing Sc Malting Co., 
Co., (The) 

Carlsbad, Ltd 

Carnation Milk Products Co., Ltd. . . 

Caron Frdres, Lt6e 

Carr Fastener Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Carr6 Viger Hotel, Ltd 

Carriage Factories. Ltd 

Carrier (L. H.), Lt6e 

Carroll Gallery. Ltd 

Carrol 1-Wi Ison. Ltd 

Carruthers Hide Sc Fur Co.. Ltd 

Carruthers (James) Sc Co., Ltd 

Carson, Williams »fc Willcox, Ltd 

Carswell Co., Ltd 

Carswell Construction Co., Ltd 

Carter Macey Sc Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Carter White Lead Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Carter Wood Shipping Co., Ltd 

Carters Tested Seeds, Ltd 


Casavant Bros., Ltd 

Cascades Distributors Sc Mfgs., Ltd. . . 

Case (J. I.) Co.. Ltd 

Cascapedia Silver Black Fox Co., 
(The), Ltd. 

Casey (M. E.), Co., Ltd 

Casgrain Sc Charbonneau, Ltd 

Cassel Cyanide Co. of Canada (The), 
Ltd. 

Cassiar Construction Co., Ltd 

< i s Ltd 

Castle Blend Tea Co., Ltd 

Catalonian Hand Co., Ltd 

Catherine Realties, Ltd 

Catholic Arts, Ltd 

Catholic Social Service Guild 


Catholic Truth Society of Canada, 
(The) 

Caulk (L. D.), Co. of Canada, Ltd. . . 

Cavanagh (E.), Co., Ltd 

Cavendish Realty Co., Ltd 

Cawsey’s (Dr.) Veterinary Remedies, 
Ltd. 

Cava (M.), & Co., Ltd 

Cedar Products, Ltd 


Head Office 


St. Catharines 
Ont. 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 
Hamilton. < >nt 

Toronto. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 
Yarmouth. N.S. . 

Montreal, Que . . 
Canmore. Alta — 
Wellington. Ont . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 
Winnipeg. Man. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Westboro. Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa. Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

I' >ri inf), ( >nt 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

Fraser, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont., . . . 
London, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

Carlsbad Springs, 
Ont. 

Hamilton, Ont 

Hull, Que 

Hamilton, Ont ... 
Montreal. Que. . . 

Orillia, Ont 

Chicoutimi, Que. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Edmonton, Alta 
Winnipeg, Man. 
Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal , Que 

Montreal, Que. . . . 
Toronto, Ont 


St. Hvacinthe, 
Que. 

Calgary, Alta... . 

Toronto. Ont 

Grand Cascape- 
dia, Que. 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Quo. . 
Montreal, Que. . 

Toronto, Ont . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que. . 


Toronto, Ont 


Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que. . . . 
Regina, Sask 

Montreal, Que. . 
Amherst. N.S 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

$ 

150.000 

40.000 
15.500.000 
10 . 000.000 

1.000.000 

40,000 

40.000 

100.000 

50.000 

100.000 

190.000 

50.000 

40.000 

50.000 

50.000 

100.000 

50.000 

40.000 

50.000 

150.000 
1,500,000 

50.000 

40.000 

40.000 

200.000 

1.000.000 

100,000 

500.000 

49.000 

750.000 

50.000 

4.000. 000 

45.000 

100.000 

300.000 

150.000 

1.000. 000 

100.000 
180,000 
100,000 
100,000 

475.000 

40.000 
532 

shares 
no par value 
1,000,000 

50.000 
5.000 

100.000 

50,000 

400.000 

50.000 

20.000 
10 , 000,000 

100.000 

100.000 
65.000 

200.000 

Without 

share 

capital 

Without 

share 

capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


150.000 

10.000 

15.500.000 

7.427.900 

250.000 

10,000 

40.000 

100.000 

50.000 

75.000 

100.000 
10,000 
411 000 

14,600 

30.000 

13.000 

40.000 

50.000 
110.500 

750.000 

50.000 

11.500 

8,200 

200.000 

500.000 
54,400 

200.000 

47.000 

631.200 

50.000 

1 , 200,000 

23.000 
I'm. 

100,000 

150.000 

1 . 000.000 

100.000 
160,000 
100.000 
100,000 

318.200 

40.000 
532 

shares 

150,000 

5.000 

600 

40,565 


245.300 

15.000 

20.000 

2,500,000 

90.150 

100,000 

65,000 

125,000 


40,000 

40.000 

100,000 

62.500 

150.000 

80.500 

100,000 

70,000 

50,000 

6.000 

500,000 

350,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


750,000 


.000 


226,300 


1,200,800 


32,000 


20,000 


300,000 


10,000 

13.500 


3.100,900 


22,400 


9,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


£ 2.768.627 


200.000 


1 , 000,000 


165.000 


100,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


£ 2.768.627 


500,000 


165.000 


100.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


175 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Cedars Rapids Transmission Co., Ltd. 

Celit© Products, Ltd 

Celtic Knitting Co., Ltd 

Celtic Securities. Ltd 

Central Canada Lumber Co., Ltd 

Central Cauada Stone Co., Ltd 

Central Costa Rica Petroleum Co., 
Ltd. 

Central Council of the Girls Friendly 
Socioty in Canada, (The). 

Central Grain Co.. Ltd 

Central Hide A Skin. Ltd 

Central Leather Co.. Ltd 

Central Pharmacy of Canada, Ltd . . 
Central Saskatchewan Flour Mills, 
Ltd. 

Centre Amusement Co., Ltd 

Century Coal Co., Ltd 

Century Roof, Ltd 

Chalifoux (O.) Fils Lt6e 

Chamberlain A Hookam Meter Co.. 
Ltd. 

Chambers, McQuigge A McCaffrey Co. 
Ltd. 

Chambly Realty Co., Ltd 

Champion Spark Plug Co., of Canada. 
I. til. 

Champagne Furs, Lt6e 

Champlain Securities Corporation Ltd. 

Chaput (L.) Fils A Cie Lt6e 

Charboneau, Lt£e 

Charcoal Supply Co., of Quebec, Ltd. 

Charland (Emile), Ltd 

Charlebois Co., (1 ho), Ltd 

Chartered Securities Corporation, Ltd. 

Chassagne (M.), Lt£e 

Chatillon. Lt6e 

Chats Falls Navigation Co., Ltd 

Chemical Products, I.td 


Chevrier (D.), Lt6e 

Chevrolet Motor Co., of Canada, Ltd. . 
Chicago Iribune Transportation Co.. 
Ltd. 

Chiprnan, (Canada), Ltd. 

Chipman Holton Knitting Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Chiris (Antoine), Co., of Canada Ltd.. 

Choquette, (J.P.), Lt6e 

Christian Community of Universal 
Brotherhood, Ltd. 

Christian Men's Federation of Canada 


Christum (J.), A Cie., Lt6e 

Church & Church, Ltd 

Church A Dwight, Ltd 

Church, Ross Co., Limited 

Church (T.L.), Steamship Co., Ltd.. . . 

Cibu Co., Ltd. 

Ciceri (The Charles), Co., Ltd. 
Circle Bar Knitting Co., (The), Ltd.. 

Citizens Bond Corporation, Ltd 

Citizens Dairy Ltd 

Citizens Lumber Co., Ltd 

Citizens' Research Institute of Canada 


City Ice Co., (The), Ltd 

C Inman Waterproof, Ltd 

Clare Bros A Co., Ltd 

Clark Bros., Ltd 

Clark Dental Mfg. Co.. Ltd 

Clark (Edward), A Sons. Ltd 

Clark (R. D.), A Sons, Ltd 

Clark (W.), Ltd 

Clarke Brothers, Ltd 

22—12 


Head Office 


Toronto. Ont . . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Sydney, N.S. . . 
Toronto, Ont . . . 
Toronto. Ont . . . 
Montreal, Quo. . 

Toronto, Ont . . . 


Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que.. 
Duck Lake, Sask 

Ottawa. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

St. Hyacinthe, 
Que. 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Windsor, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que... . . 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 


Montreal, Que 

Oshgwa. Ont 

Thorold, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Hamilton, Ont 

Montreal, Que... . 

Montreal, Quo 

Verigin, Sask 

Toronto, Ont 


Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Quo.. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Quo... 
Kincardine. Ont. . 

Toronto. Ont 

Belleville, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man . . 
Toronto, Ont 


Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que.. 

Preston, Ont 

St. Stephen. N.B. 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Quo. . 
Bear River, N.S. 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

S 

S 

1.000,000 

1,000.000 

25,000 

25,000 

200,000 

56.000 

100,000 

100,000 

200,00(1 

20,000 

100,000 

SO. 900 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 

Without 


share 


capital 


400,000 

300.000 

50.000 

10,000 

50,000 

8,000 

150,000 

92,000 

60,000 

53,600 

100,000 

59,300 

2.500.000 

1.342,300 

50.000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

450,000 

48,000 

250,000 

34.200 

100,000 

40.000 

50,000 

6.100 

4.500.000 

4.500,000 

1.000,000 

1.000.000 

300,000 

180,700 

50,000 

25,000 

30,000 

5,800 

75,000 

17,500 

500.000 

200,000 

49,000 

49,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

16,200 

2,000,000 

100,000 


shares 


of no 


par value. 

50,000 

35,500 

10, 000 

10,000 

10,000 

10.000 

50,000 

50,000 

1,000,000 

500,000 

25,000 

2,500 

150,000 

75.000 

1,000,000 

700,00*1 

Without 


share 


capital. 


50. 000 

50,000 

50.000 

37,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50.000 

30,000 

300.000 

30,000 

100.000 

10,500 

100.000 

100,000 

150.000 

100,000 

300,000 

200,000 

40,000 

20,000 

1 .000,000 

300,000 

Without 


share 


capital. 


700,000 

431.100 

50.000 


290,000 

286,100 

500.000 

150.000 

75,000 

75,000 

500.000 

300.000 

50.000 

50.0*30 

500.000 

500.000 

1,500,000 

1.500,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

s 




























580,000 


































2,000,000 


25,000 






























20,400 

20,000 




50,000 

42,200 




156,700 










2.600.0001 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


430,000 


25,000 


1 , 561,500 


176 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Clarke Steamship Co., Ltd 

Clarke Trading Co., Ltd 

Cleaton Co. (Canada), Ltd 

Cl eg horn & Beattie, Ltd 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Co. of 

Canada, Ltd 

Cleveland Tractor Co. of Canada (The), 

Ltd 

Climax Co. (The), Ltd 

Clubb (A.), & Sons. Ltd 

Cluett, Peabody & Co. of Canada, 

Ltd 

Coal Sellers Co.. Ltd 

Coal Valley Mining Co., Ltd 

Const to Coast Oil Holdings, Ltd. . 

Coastal Syndicate, Ltd 

Coastwise Steamship and Barge Co., 

Ltd 

Cobb Electric Reduction Corporation 
of Canada, (The), Ltd. 

Coates Supplies & Agencies, Ltd 


Cobourg Dyeing Co.. (The), Ltd.. 
Cobourg Matting & Carpet Co., Ltd. 

Cochrane (C. H.), & Co., Ltd. 

Cochrane A: Grichen, Limited 

Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd 

Code & Tett, Ltd 

Code Felt & Knitting Co., Ltd 

Coffield Washer Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 

Coghlin (B. J.) f Co., Ltd 

Conen (J.), & Sons, Ltd 

Cohn <fc Rosenbcrger of Canada, Ltd . . 

Coilene Corset Co., Ltd 

Coke Oven Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Col borne Realities, Ltd 

Col borne Trading <fc Transportation 
Co., Ltd. 

Cole (C. F.). Co., Ltd 

Cole Mfg., Co., Ltd 

Cole (O. A.), Ltd 

Cole-Whitaker, Ltd 

Coleman & Co., (Canada), Ltd 

Coles, Shrink & Coles, Ltd 

Colgate & Co., Ltd 

Colic & Van Doom. Ltd 

College Brand Clothes Co., Ltd 

Collies, Ltd 

Collingwood Shipbuilding Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Collins Never-Fail Products, Ltd 

Collins Power Co., Ltd 

Colonial Fastener Co., Ltd 

Colonial Glove Co., Ltd 

Colonial Lumber Co., Ltd 

Colonial Tobacco Co., Ltd 

Collyer »fc Brock, Ltd 

Columbia Handle A: Lumber Co.. Ltd. 
Columbia River Lumber Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Columbia Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands 
Ltd. 

Columbia Western Lumber Yards, 
Ltd. 

Columbus Rubber Co., of Montreal, 
Ltd. 

Combustion Engineering Corporation 
Ltd. 

Comey (R. H.), Co., Ltd 

Commercial Acetylene Co., of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Commercial Building Co., Ltd 

Commercial Chambers Realty Co., 
Ltd. 

Commercial Exchange of Canada Ltd 
Commercial Finance Corporation. Ltd 
Commercial Motor Bodies & Carriages 
Ltd. 

Commercial Motors of Montreal, Ltd. . 


Head Office 


Quebec, Que 

Quebec, Que 

Montreal, Que. . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Windsor, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. 

Montreal. Que. . 
Calgary, Alta . 
Toronto. Ont 
Vancouver, B.C.. 
Toronto, Ont 

Vancouver. B.C. 
Toronto. Ont 

Chatham. Ont. . 


Cobourg, Ont 

Cobourg. Ont 

Ottawa. Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 
Brantford. Ont — 
Brockville. Ont.. 

Perth, Ont.. 

Hamilton, Ont.. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto, Ont., 

London, On i . ... 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Lindsay, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Lloydminister, 

Alta. 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal, Que 

Kingston. Ont 

Collingwood, Ont. 

Hamilton, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal, Que 

Pembroke. Ont . 
Montreal, Que.. . . 

Montreal. Que 

Ix>ndon, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Invermere, B.C.. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal. Que.. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Qi^e 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Quo 

Toronto, Ont 

Guelph, Ont 

Montreal, Que 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


S 

1 . 000.000 
1.000.000 
100.000 
100. 000 


7,500 

200,000 

50,000 

250 . 000 

2,500,000 

150.000 
l.OOO.OOO 

300.000 

25.000 

500.000 

50.000 


500 shares 
of no 
par value 

190.000 

300.000 
00,000 
50.000 

15. (MX). 000 

50.000 

500.000 

50.000 

500.000 

100.000 

10.000 

50.000 
9.000 

100,000 

2 , 000,000 

50.000 

40.000 

50.000 

40.000 

50.000 

20.000 


25.000 

100.000 

50, 000 

300.000 
2,600,000 

50.000 

1 , 000,000 

20.000 

250.000 

349.000 

150.000 
40,000 

100.000 

5,500,000 


1 , 000,000 


5,000,000 

400,000 


250,000 


100,000 

500,000 

50.000 

48.000 

50.000 

2,000.000 

40.000 


75,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


7.500 


300 shares 


15.000 

40.000 
40,000 

6,600 


25, 
5, 

50, 

100 , 

2,600, 

50, 

500, 

20 , 

225, 

349, 

30, 

40, 

44, 

3.000, 

1 . 000 , 

2,499, 

300, 

37, 

26, 
300, 

16. 

48, 

5, 

600, 

40, 


15,000 


Pr« ference 
Stock 
Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 



S 




10.000 

15,800 









10,200 













200,000 













90,000 

102,400 




9.500 

6,465,000 








54,000 



























41,000 



110,000 













50,000 





2,500.000 

£1,000,000 

1,000.000 

2.500.000 

100,000 



23,700 

200,000 








375,500 






Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S 


140.000 


£1,000,000 

1 , 000,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


177 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Comnpnv 


Commercial Securities Corporation. 
Ltd. 

Commercial Twine Co.. Ltd 

Community Chautauquns of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Compagnie Dentaire Masson, Ltde 

Compo Co., (The), Ltd 

Confederation Finance A Credit Cor- 
poration, (The), Ltd. 

Congdon. Marsh, Ltd 

Conner Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd 

Congolcuin Co., of Canada. Ltd 

Coniagas Alkali A Reduction Co., Ltd . 


Coniagas Reduction Co., Ltd 

Connor Motors. Ltd 

Connors Machine Shop A Boiler Works. 
Ltd. 

Consolidated Asbestos, Ltd 

Consolidated Dry Goods Co. of Cana- 
da, (The). Ltd. 

Consolidated Distilleries, Ltd 

Consolidated Elevator Co., Ltd 

Consolidated Equipment Co., Ltd 

Consolidated Lithographing A Mfg.. 
Co.. Ltd. 

Consolidated Mining A' Smelting Co., 
of Canada (The), Ltd. 

Consolidated Optical Co., Ltd 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Consolidated Press, Ltd 

Consolidated Realty Co., Ltd 

Consolidated Sales Book A Wax Paper 
Co.. Ltd. 

Consolidated Stationery A Fancy 
Goods Co.. Ltd. 

Consolidated Wafer Co.. Ltd 

Consolidated Whaling Corporation, 
Ltd. 

Construction Equipment Co.. Ltd 

Consumers Cordage Co.. Ltd 

Consumers Glass Co., Ltd 

Continental Electric Co., Ltd 

Cost inental Finance Co., Ltd 

Continental Guaranty Corporation of 
Canada. Ltd. 

Continental Heat A Light Co., Ltd... 
Continental Lumber Co., Ltd 

Continental Paper Products. Ltd 

Continental Trading Co., Ltd 


Continental Wood Products Co., Ltd.. 

Cook (The George) Co., Ltd 

Cook's Friend Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd. 

Cooksville Shale Brick Co., Ltd 

Coombe (F. E.) Furniture Co., Ltd. . . 

Copeland Chatterson, Ltd 

Copp, Clark Co., (The), Ltd 

Copper Products. Ltd 

Coristine (James) A Co., Ltd 

Corke (H.) A Co., Ltd 

Corneil (C. R.). Ltd 

Cornwall Terminal Co., Ltd 

Corporate Securities, Ltd 

Corporation Agencies. Ltd 

Corporation Estates, Ltd 

Corporation Real Properties, Ltd 

Cosgrave Export Brewery Co., Ltd.. 
Cosmopolitan Development Co., Ltd. 

Cosmos Cotton Co., Ltd 

Coesitt Co., (The) Ltd 

22 — 12 } 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

$ 

Montreal, Que.. 

200,000 

153.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

10.000 

10.000 

Rouleau. Sask 

10,000 

2,000 

Montreal. Que.. 

1,000,000 

10.000 

Lachine, Que.. . . 

loo.ooo 

50,000 

Toronto, Ont. 

75.000 

500 

Winnipeg. Man 

200.000 

71.900 

Toronto. < >nt 

500.000 

500.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

1,000.000 

600.000 

Thorold, Ont 

250,000 

30,000 
shares 
of qo 
par value 

St. Catharines, 

250.000 

250.000 

Ont . 



Windsor. Ont ... 

125.000 

70.600 

Montreal. Que 

50,000 

39,000 

Montreal. Que 

10,000,000 

5,500,000 

Toronto, Ont 

250,000 

30,600 

Montreal. Que 

5,000.000 

5,000.000 

Winnipeg. Man — 

750.000 

720,200 

Montreal, Que 

25.000 

15.000 

Montreal, Que 

250,000 

150,000 

Montreal. Que 

15,000,000 

10.533,700 

Toronto, Ont 

350,000 

305.000 

Toronto, Ont 

500.000 

450.000 

Toronto. Ont 

1.000.000 

250.000 

Montreal, Que 

Hamilton, Ont — 

50.000 

49,210 

1.500,000 

500,000 

Winnipeg, Man — 

75,000 

75,000 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

30,000 

Toronto, Ont 

2,500,000 

2,500.000 

Dorval. Que 

250.000 

250.000 

Montreal. Que... . 

1,000,000 

436. 500 

\ ille St. Pierre, 

1.000,000 

500,000 

Que. 

Toronto. Ont 

40,000 

40.000 

Ottawa, Ont 

1,000.000 

1 , 000,000 

Montreal , Que ... 

1,000,000 

300,000 

Montreal. Que 

910,000 

750,000 

River C'harlo, 

100,000 

100,000 

N.B 

Ottawa. Ont. 

2.000.000 

750.000 

Port Perry, Ont.. 

100.000 

100.000 


shares 
of no par 
value 

shares 

Montreal. Que 

1.522,000 

524,300 

Toronto. Ont 

36,000 

36.000 

Montreal. Que 

300,000 

142.000 

Montreal, Que 

2.000.000 

1.600.000 

Kincardine. Ont... 

100.000 

97.600 

Brampton. Ont... 

1,000.000 

403. S00 

Toronto, Ont 

300.000 

200.000 

Montreal, Que 

3. ooo. ooo 

1.200.000 

M ont real. Que 

500.000 

360.000 

Georgetown. Ont.. 

100.000 

50,000 

Montreal. Que 

100.000 

100.000 

Montreal, Que 

200,000 

86. WOO 

Montreal, Que 

300,000 

160.000 

Montreal. Que 

50,000 

49.. 500 

Montreal, Quo 

200.000 

134.700 

Montreal. Que 

100.000 

100.000 

Montreal. Que 

1 , 000.000 

1.000,000 


1.000,000 

600.000 

355.000 

600.000 

Yarmouth. N.S.. 

Brock ville, Ont.. . 

125,000 

32,600 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Ronds 
Authorized 

$ 

$ 







17,300 



50,000 





250,000 








140,500 








100,000 

75,000 

7,500,000 




250.000 



289,300 









423,200 

500,000 


3,000,000 



500 

160.000 


1,390,000 

725,000 

1,500.000 

500,000 

1,500,000 

134.600 

400,000 


250.000 

255,700 

100,000 






16,400 



85,000 















21,450 



Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S 


140,500 


6 , 000,000 


2,050,000 


1,290,000 


750,000 


750.000 


178 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Cost© f Eugene) &, Co., Ltd. 

Cote (A. A.) & Sons, Ltd 

Cote (Jos.), Limitee 

Cote (W. H.) Lumber Co., Ltd 

Cotter Bros., Ltd 

Cotton Threads, Ltd 

Couglan (J.) & Sons, Ltd 

Courian’s Oriental Rugs, Ltd 

Cousins (Ernest), Ltd. 

Couvrtte Sauriol, Limitee 

Cowane(The John) Chemical Co., Ltd 

Cowichan Lumber Co., Ltd 

Cowie (The H.V.) Co.. Ltd 

Cox Gelatine Co., Ltd 

Coyle (T. J.) Co., Ltd 

Coyne & Hamelin, Ltd 

Crabtree Co., (The), Ltd 

Craig (Alexander) Ltd 

Craig, (H. G.) & Co., Ltd 

Crain Printers, Ltd 

Crandall, Carpenter & Sons, Ltd 

Crane, Ltd 

Crawford Co., (The) Ltd 

Cream (Daniel), Ltd 

Creosoted Products, Ltd 

Crescent Elevator Co., Ltd 

Crescent Turkish Bath Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Croft (Wm.) A Sons, Ltd 

Crone Milling Co., Ltd 

Crooks (Robert) Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 

Crosby (The II. H.) Co., Ltd 

Cross Fertilizers, Ltd. 

Crosse <fe Blackwell, (Canada), Ltd — 

Crowe’s Iron Works, Ltd 

Crown Cork & Seal Co., Ltd 

Crown Furniture, Ltd 

Crown Lumber (>>., Ltd 

Crow’s Nest Pass Coal Co., Ltd 

Crowther 6c Nicholson vCanada), Ltd. 
Cruikshank (F. R.) A Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Crystal Skirt Co.. Ltd 

Cummings Grain Co., (The), Ltd 

Cunningham & Wells, Ltd 

Cunningham (Walter), Ltd 

Currie (E. it S.), Ltd 

Currie (W. & F. P.) 6c Co., Ltd 

Currie (Wm.), Ltd 

Curry, Cormac Corporation, Ltd 

Curry (I) 6c Co., Ltd 

Curzon Investment Co., Ltd 

Cushing Bros., Ltd 

Cushman Motor Works ofCanads.Lt d 

Cuthbert Co. (The). Ltd 

Cyclone Fence Co., Ltd 


Niagara Falls.Ont 
St. Hyacinthe, Q 

Quebec. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Winnipeg, Man.. . . 

Montreal, Que 

Vancouver, B.C... 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Bobcaygeon, Ont. 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Winnipeg. Man. 
CampDells Bay, Q. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C... 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg. Man 

Montreal, Que 


Toronto. Ont... 

Lucan, Ont 

Montreal. Que.. 
Hebron, N.S... 
Sydney, N.S... 
Toronto, Ont... 
Guelph, Ont.. . 
Toronto, Ont... 
Preston. Ont... 
Cnlgarv, Alta.. 
Fernie, B.C — 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Dago Hill Mining Co., (The), Ltd... 
Dairy Products Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 

Dale A Co.. Ltd 

D’AUaird Blouses, Ltd 

Dale & Oliver, Ltd 

D’Allaird Mfg..Co.. Ltd 

Dailey (F. F.) Co. of Canada, Ltd... 

Dailey Products, Ltd 

Daly 6c Morin, Ltd 

Dalyto Electric. Ltd 

Daniels (Dr. A. C.) Co. of Cannda, Ltd 

Daoust, Lulonde & Cie, Limitee 

Daprato Statuary Co., Ltd 

Darling & Brady, Ltd 

Darling Brothers, Ltd 

Darwin’s (Ottawa), Ltd 

Daughters of Canada 


D’Auteuil Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Davenogle, Ltd 

Daventry Lumber Co., Ltd. . 

Davids, Ltd 

Davidson (A. R.), Ltd.. 


Montreal. Que... 
Calgary. Alta... 
Montreal. Que... 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont — 
Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que... 
Toronto, Ont.... 
Montreal. Que... 
Calgary. Alta.. . 
Winnipeg, Man.. 
Winnipeg, Man.. 
Hamilton, Ont.. 

Dawson, Y.T... 
Toronto, Ont.... 
Montreal. Que... 
Montreal, Que... 

Quebec, Que 

Montreal. Que... 
Hamilton, Ont. . 
Hamilton, Ont.. 
Lachine, Que... . 

Guelph, Ont 

Knowlton, Ont. . 
Montreal. Que... 
Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que... 
< >ttn\v:i, » Int . . 
Toronto. Ont .... 


Quebec. Que. . 
Mon 


ontreal, Que... . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que.... 
Winnipeg, Man.. . 


Davidson (Thomas) Mfg. Co., Ltd 'Montreal, Que 


S 

50.000 

99.000 

250.000 

50.000 

50.000 

200.000 

3 . 000 . 000 
100,000 
100,000 
200,000 
200,000 

150.000 

100.000 

50.000 

50.000 
5,000 

50.000 

50.000 
5,000 

100,000 

25.000 
7 , 500,000 

50.000 

100.000 

50.000 
100,000 
100.000 

400.000 

40.000 

50.000 
1 no, non 

4 . 50.000 
50,000 

200.000 

50,000 

100,000 

800.000 

10 , 000.000 

50,000 

50.000 

45.000 

150.000 

250.000 

20.000 

1 . 000 . 000 

150.000 

250.000 

75.000 

40.000 

500.000 
2 , 000,000 

500.000 

100.000 
100,000 

1 , 000,000 

500.000 

300.000 

250.000 

50.000 

500.000 

100.000 
100,000 

500.000 
1 , 000,000 

24.000 

750.000 

100.000 
100,000 

250.000 

100.000 

Without 

share 

capital. 

200,000 

500.000 

600.000 
100,000 
100,000 

5 . 000.000 


1, 

99 , 

250 , 

5 , 

50 , 

20 . 

1,100, 

20 , 

50 , 

186 , 

82 , 

1 . 50 , 

58 , 

25 , 

40 , 

5 , 

11 , 

50 , 

40 , 

13 , 

7 , 000 , 

17 , 

100 , 

3 . 

45 , 

99 , 


351.500 

40.000 

50.000 
33,700 

450.000 

10.000 

200.000 

50.000 

52.400 

700.000 
6 , 616 , 06b 

15.000 

5.000 

45.000 
53,900 

50.000 

20.000 

228.500 

150.000 
151,250 

30,550 

25.400 

500.000 

700.000 

100.000 

10.000 
100,000 

1 , 000,000 

207,400 

150.500 
193, 100 

50.000 

264.000 

100.000 

100.000 
180,000 
410 . SU0 

24.000 
655.300 
100,000 

25.000 
250,000 

30.000 


155.000 

250.000 

375.000 
72.500 

100.000 

1 , 514,500 


130,000 


11,700 


24,300 


15,500 


122,700 


238,400 


1 , 300,000 

109,000 


6 . 540.000 

500,000 


6 . 540.000 

500,000 


100,000 


118.400 


250.000 


250.000 


163,500 


1 , 000,000 


426.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


179 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Davies. Ltd 

Davies. Irwin. Ltd 

Davies Studio (The), Ltd 

Davies (William) Co.. Ltd 

Davignon (J. «V P.) t Ltd 

Davis (J. A.) & Co.. Ltd 

Davis Slfe. Co., (The), Ltd 

Davis (R. H.) «fc Co.. Ltd 

Dawson (Charles F.), Ltd 

Dawson (M. V.), Ltd 

Day-Martin, Ltd 

Days, Ltd 

Deacon Shirt Co., (The), Ltd 

Dealers Supply Co.. Ltd 

Debenture Co. of Canada, (The), Ltd 

Delaney Sc Petitt, Ltd 

De Laval Co., Ltd 


Del co-Light Co. of Canada. Ltd... 
Delams Farm Co. (The), Ltd 


Delorme (Wilfrid) Sc Cie, Limitee — 
Deloro Smelting Refining Co., Ltd. 

Delson Brick Co., Ltd 

Denault Grain Sc Provision Co.. Ltd.. 

Denis Advertising Signs. Ltd 

Denne (A. J.) Sc Co., Ltd 

Dennie (J. E.), Ltd 

Dennison Mfg.. Co. of Canada, Ltd.. . 
Dent A Hero ft «fc Co. (Canada), Ltd... 

Dent Griffin, Ltd 

Dental Co. of Canada, (The), Ltd 
Depot Harbour Lumber Co., Ltd . . 
Deep Vale Mining Co.. (The), Ltd.... 

Derbyshire (D.) Co., Ltd 

Deer Park Garage Sc Livery. Ltd 


Deere (John) Plow Co., Ltd.. 

Deere (John) Plow Co. of Calgary, 
Ltd. 

Deere (John) Plow Co. of Saskat 
chewan. Ltd. 

Decry (John J.) Co., Ltd 

Desbarates Printing Co.. Ltd ... 

Deseronto News Co.. Ltd 

Desjardines Cha ,v < <».. Ltd 

Dcsmarais Sc Robitaille, Ltd.. 
Desparios Garneau <fe Cie., Limitee.. 

Desrochers. Ltd. 

Deutz Sc Ortenberg, Ltd 

Devins (R. J.). Ltd. 

Diamond Rubber Co., (The), Ltd . 

Diamond Specialty. Ltd 

Diaphone Signal Co., (The), Ltd. 

Diarsenol Co. (The), Ltd 

Dickson Co., Ltd 

Dillons. Ltd 

Dingle (George S.), Ltd 

Direct Imports, Ltd 

Disabled Ex-Service Mens’ News 
Agency. Ltd 

Dixie Land Co. , Ltd 

Dixon Motors (Ottawa), Ltd 

Dobell Coal Co.. Ltd 

Dobell (Henry) Sc Co., Ltd 

Dodd Simpson Press. Ltd 

Dodds Canadian Iron Works. Ltd 

Dodge Brothers Motor Co., Ltd 

Dodge Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd 


Dods (P. D ) Sc Co.. Ltd 

Doorr (The C. H.) Co.. Ltd 

Dohenv (Hugh) & Co., Ltd . 
Doheny. Quinlan Sc Robertson. Ltd 

Doherty Pianos, Ltd 

Dolan (Joseph) Sc Sons. Ltd 

Domestic Accessories, Ltd 

Domestic Power Co., Ltd 


Head Office 


Montreal, Que... . 
Montreal. Que ... 
Montreal, Que... . 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Quo 

Toronto. Ont 

Yarmouth. N.S.. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal. Que — 

Toronto. Ont 

Belleville. Ont.. . 
Granby, Que.. .. 
Regina. Sask. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Peterborough, 

Ont. 

Toronto. Ont 

Thetford Mines, 
Que. 

Montreal, Que — 

Deloro, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 
Sherbrooke. Que. 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que... . 
Montreal, Que... . 

Toronto. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Dawson, Y.T 

Brock ville, Ont. . 
Toronto. Ont 


Winnipeg, Man,,. 
Calgary, Alta.. . 

Winnipeg, Man.. 


Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que... 
Deseronto. Ont 
Montreal. Que... 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Toronto, Ont.. 

Windsor, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Peterborough. 

Ont, 

Montreal. Que 

. Qu* 


Montreal. 
Ottawa. Ont 
Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 
< >ttawa, < »n: 
Quebec. Que 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal, Que. 
Welland, Ont. . 
Windsor. Ont 
Toronto. Ont. . 


Montreal. Que . 
Kitchener. Ont 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal. Que.. 
Clinton. Ont — 
Ottawa, Ont — 
Montreal. Que . 
Montreal. Que 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


100 , 

50, 

49, 
4,250, 

45, 

100 , 

50, 

20 , 

100 , 

300, 

150, 

40. 

200 , 

100 , 

500. 

300, 

2,000 


10.000 

75,000 


40, 

1,500, 

100 , 

150, 

500, 

100 , 

24, 

40, 

1,500, 

100 , 

250. 

50, 

500, 

75, 

50, 


500, 

500, 


500.000 

20,000 

50.000 

10.000 

250.000 

190.000 

45.000 

25.000 

50.000 

19.000 

10.000 

50.000 

825.000 

50.000 

1 , 000,000 

49.000 

50.000 

50.000 

20.000 

50.000 
100 , 00(1 

250.000 

100.000 

50.000 

250.000 

100.000 

12.00(1 

shares of no 
par value 

211,400 

250.000 

$ 2 , 000,000 

262,200 

100.000 

50.000 

100.000 

50.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


500 shares 
of no par 
value 


500.000 

20,1 

25. ( 

5. ( 
250. ( 
170, ( 

23, ( 

5.1 

10,1 


50, ( 
486,1 
30. ( 
432, ( 


26.000 

10.600 

50 

50.000 

100.000 

75.000 

50.000 
30,500 

175.000 
600 

l.’.IHIO 

shares 

10.000 

$140,000 

2 , 000,000 

262.200 

100.000 
20.000 
73.910 
25.600 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or B^nds 
Authorized 

$ 



$ 









4,000.000 

50,000 


















... 

22,500 





100,000 


































100.000 



9,000 










90,000 

54.300 











50,000 




60,000 











25.000 




125.000 

85,000 












316.900 





25.000 













50.000 

15.000 
15.300 






900.000 
















Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


4,000.000 

50,000 


60.000 


125.000 

85.000 


900.000 


180 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

$ 


50.000 

19,500 


50.000 
4.000,000 

100.000 

75.000 

25,500 


2.845,500 

100,000 

25.500 




200.000 

250,000 

200. 000 

Montreal, Que. . . 
St. John’s. Que. . 

128,700 

200.000 

111,500 

Montreal. Que 

40.000 

31.100 

St. Thomas, Ont . 

400,000 

400.000 


10.000.000 

loo.ooo 

6,500,000 

50.000 

Winnipeg. Man 

Hamilton, Ont. 

10.000.000 

2.797.100 

Montreal. Que 

500.000 

170.500 

Montreal. Que . 

1.000.000 

1.000.000 

Niagara Falls. 

1.000.000 

1.000.000 

Ont. 



Montreal Que 

Without 

share 

capital. 


Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

40,000 

Toronto. Ont 

2,000.000 

1.000.000 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

16.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

99,000 

St . Johns, Que 

20,000 

20.000 

Montreal, Que 

5.000.000 

4,517.800 

Toronto, Ont 

Without 

share 

capital. 


Montreal, Que 

10.000 

1,800 

Toronto, Ont 

250,000 

250,000 

Peterborough . 

200,000 

200.000 

Ont. 



Winnipee. Man 

500.000 

400.000 

Longueuil. Que . 

100,000 



Montreal, Que . . 

10,000.000 

4.000.000 

Toronto. Ont 

1.000. 00( 

500 

Montreal. Que 

500.000 

50.900 

Cobalt, Ont 

50.000 

20,017 

Toronto. Ont 

1.750.000 

750.000 

Moose Jaw, Sask. 

409. 40( 

269.600 

Toronto. Ont . 

200.000 

200,000 

Montreal. Que 

1.500.00C 

1.500.000 

Toronto. Ont ... 

50.0(K 

33, ((00 

St. Catharines. . 

940.000 

940.000 

Ont. 



Hamilton. Ont 

6. 000. 000 1 2,99$. 100 

Ste. Thcrese. Que 

500.000 365,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Delientures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Advertisers, Ltd 

Appraisal Co., Ltd 

Assets, Ltd 

Automobile Co. (The), Ltd 

Barging Co., Ltd 

Battery Co. (The), Ltd — 

Bedstead Co., Ltd 

Blank Book Co., Ltd 

Bottle Co., Ltd 

Brake Shoe Co., Ltd 

Bridge Co., Ltd 

Bronze Iron, Ltd 

Canners, Ltd 

Carriage Co., Ltd 

Cartridge Co., I td 

Chain Co., Ltd 


Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 


Dominion Chartered Customs House 
Brokers Association. 


Dominion Chautaquas (The), Ltd. 
Dominion Chocolate Co., Ltd 
Dominion Coach & Livery. Ltd. 
Dominion Cord & Tassel Co., Ltd. 
Dominion Corrugated Steel Pipe Co.. 
Ltd. 

Dominion Cottons, Ltd 
Dominion Council of the Young Wo- 
men’s Christian Associations of 
Canada. 

Dominion Detective Agency (The), 
Ltd. 

Dominion Development Corporation, 
Ltd. 

Dominion Dustless Sweepers, Ltd — 


Dominion 
Dominion 
Co.. I 
Dominion 
Dominion 
Dominion 
Ltd. 

Dominion 
ment , 
Dominion 
tion, I. 
Dominion 
ducts 
Dominion 
Dominion 
Dominion 
Dominion 

Dominion 
Dom inion 
l.i,! 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Ltd. 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 


Dominion 

(The) 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 


Elevator Co. (The), Ltd . 
Engineering A* Construction 
.td. 

Engineering Works, Ltd . 
Envelope & Cartons, Ltd. . 
Equity & Securities Co., 

Estate «fc Mining Invest- 
Ltd. 

Finance Guaranty Corpora 
td. 

Fire Brick & Clay Pro- 
(The). Ltd. 

Fish Co.. Ltd 

Flour Mills, I.td 

Flow Meter Co., Ltd 
Foods. Ltd 


Foundries <fc Steel. I td. 
Furniture Manufacturers, 

Gas Meter Co. (The), Ltd. 

Gas Saver. Ltd 

Glass Co., Ltd 

Greenhouse Produce Co. 

Hair Felt Co., Ltd 

Improvement Co.. Ltd 
Insulator & Mfg. Co.. Ltd. 


Insurance Agencies Co., 
Ltd. 

Investment Co., Ltd 

Ivory Co.. Ltd . 

Linens, Ltd . . 

Linseed Oil, Ltd 

Lock Joint Pipe Co., Ltd.. 

Loose Leaf Co., Ltd 

Manufacturers. Ltd 
Messenger & Signal Co., Ltd 
Metal Exporting Co., Ltd. 


Iondon. Ont 

Sherbrooke. Quo 
Montreal. Que 
Rowland, B.C 

St. John s. Quo. 
Montreal, Quo 
Niagara Fulls, 
Ont. 


Montreal Que. 

Montreal. Que. 
Toronto. Ont . 
Guelph, Ont . 
Baden. Ont . 
Hamilton, Ont 
Ottawa. Ont 
Toronto, Ont. . 
Toronto, Ont 
Winnipeg. Man 


500.00oi 

40 . 000 ] 
8 . 000 . 000 ' 

50.0001 

lOO.OOOj 

50.000 

io.ooo 

shares of I 
no par 
value 

10.000] 

500.000 
50.000 

550.0001 
500. 00ft 1 

50.000 

500. 000 
3,000,000 

200.000 

500.000 


236. 100 
30.700 
4.250.000 
33.870 

75.000 

50.000 
4.000 

shares 


10,000 


50, 

50 

200 . 

439 

50. 

34. 

2 . 000 . 

200 . 

1 17. 


100,000 


75.000 


2.290.600 

120,000 


2.500.000 

143.000 


90.000 


1.956.000 

143,000 


500.000 


10.000 

4,000.000 


50.000 


119,500 


1.000.000 


719,900 


2.000.000 


100.000 

2.600,000 


350.000 


117.900 

1,000.000 


3.000.000 


38.000 


600.000 


1 . S66.000 


2 . 000.000 


1 , 000,000 


500.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


181 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return proscribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Honda 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Dominion Metallurgical Co., Ltd.. 


Toronto, Ont. 


Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Ltd. 

Dominion 

Dominion 

Ltd. 

Dominion 

Dominion 


Milk Corporation, Ltd 

Mines A Quarries, Ltd 

Mining Co. (The), Ltd. . . . 
Monetary Corporation, Ltd 

Motor Car Co.. Ltd 

Nut A Bolt Fastener Co. 


Office Supply Co.. Ltd 

Oilcloth A Linoleum Co., 


Optical Mfg., Co., Ltd. 
Oxygen Co., Ltd 


Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Dawson, Y.T 

Toronto, Ont. . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Walkerville, Ont. 
Montreal, Que... 

Montreal, Que... 
Toronto, Ont 


Dominion Paint Works, Ltd . . 
Dominion Paper Box Co., Ltd. 
Dominion Park Co. (The). Ltd 
Dominion Pow’er A T-ansmission Co. 
Ltd. 

Dominion Printing Ink A Color Co. 
Ltd. 

Dominion Produce Co., Ltd 

Dominion Properties. Ltd 

Dominion Radiator Co. (The), Ltd 

Dominion Realty Co., Ltd 

Dominion Refractories Co., Ltd. 
Dominion Road Machinery Co. (The). 
Ltd. 

Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd . 
Dominion Rubber System, Ltd. 
Dominion Rubber System (Alberta). 
Ltd. 

Dominion Rubber System (Manitoba). 
Ltd. 

Dominion Rubber System (Maritime) 
Ltd. 

Dominion Rubber System (Ontario) 
Ltd. 

Dominion Rubber System (Pacific), 
Ltd. 

Dominion Rubber System (Quebec), 
Ltd. 

Dominion Rubber System (Saskat 
chewan). Ltd. 

Dominion Rug Co., Ltd 

Dominion Sanitary Pottery Co., Ltd. 
Dominion SecuritiesCorporation (The) 
Ltd. 

Dominion Sheet Metal Corporation. 
Ltd. 

Dominion Shoe, Ltd 

Dominion Snath Co., Ltd 

Dominion Soap Co., Ltd 

Dominion Soda Water Co., Ltd 

Dominion Spring A Equipment Co., 
Ltd. 

Dominion Stores, Ltd 


Walkerville, Ont. 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Quo . . 
Hamilton, Ont.. 

Toronto, Ont 


Winnipeg. Man. . . 
Montreal, Que... 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Goderich, Ont. . . 

Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que... 
Calgary, Alta 

Winnipeg. Man 

St. John. N.B... 

Toronto, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C.. 

Montreal. Que. . . 

Regina. Sask 


Toronto, Ont 

St. Johns, Que . 
Toronto, Ont 


Hamilton, Ont. . 


Montreal. Que... 
Waterville, Que. 

London. Ont 

Montreal. Que... 
Montreal, Que... 


Toronto, Ont.. 


Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd 

Dominion Text Book Co.. Ltd 

Dominion Textiles Co., Ltd 

Dominion Thresher A Implement Co 
(The), Ltd. 

Dominion Tire Co., Ltd 

Dominion Towing A Wrecking Co.. 
Ltd. 

Dominion Transport Co., Ltd 

Dominion Wheel A Foundries, Ltd 


Dominion Wire Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Dominion Wire Rope Co.. Ltd 

Donald (J.T.) A Co.. Ltd 

Donnelly (D.), Ltd. . 

Donnelly Sulvago A Wrecking Co 
(The), Ltd. 


Chatham, Ont.. 
Calgary, Alta... 
Montreal, Que... 
New Hamburg, 
Ont. 

Kitchener. Ont.. 
Midland, Ont 


Montreal, Que. 
Toronto, Ont... 


Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Kingston, Ont.. 


.in, non 
shares 
of no par 
value 

1.250.000 

500.000 

1 , 000,000 

60,000 

20,000 

150.000 

25.000 
5.000.000 

50.000 

17.000 

shares of 

no par 
value 

500.000 

395.000 

400.000 

25.000. 000 

40.000 

100.000 

50.000 

1.500.000 

5.000. 000 

250.000 

300.000 

140.000 

500.000 

500.000 

500.000 

500.000 

1.000. 000 

250.000 

1 , 000,000 

500.000 

50.000 

100.000 
1 . 000.000 

500.000 

100.000 

75.000 

50.000 

49.000 

50.000 

1,250.000 


5.000. 000 
20.000 

10,000.000 

1.000. 000 

1,000,000 

250.000 

2.000.000 
10,000 
shares no 
par value. 
1.000.000 

500.000 

100.000 

125.000 

50.000 


50.000 

shares 

1 , 000.000 

300.000 

1 , 000.000 

40.000 

20.000 

150.000 

5.350 

5,000,000 

18,500 

8,200 

shares 

104,975 

107,900 

400.000 

10 , 000,000 

40.000 

100.000 

29,050 

884.800 

4.327,400 

28.000 

114.000 

120.000 

500.000 

300.000 

300.000 

300.000 

700.000 

125.000 

700.000 

300.000 

7.000 

75.000 

570.000 

225.000 

100.000 

75.000 


49.000 

3.000 

25.000 
shares of 

no par value. 
3.000.000 
5.500 

7.500.000 

460.000 

600.000 

250.000 

500.000 

10.000 

shares. 

500.000 

500.000 
20.500 

100.000 
25.000 


107,700 
'9, 700 


120,000 


120,000 


121,000 

10.000 

135,500 


15,000,000 


150,000 

25.000,000 


200,000 


14.000 


2.000 

726.000 


11,715,000 

40.000 


150.000 

6,100,000 


11 , 200.000 

40,000 


50.000 


.50.000 


1,940.600 

94.780 


20,500 


7.065.000 


.065.000 


75.000 


67.000 


182 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Don-O-Lac Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Dorval Island Park Co., Ltd 

Double Wear Interchangeable Heels, 
Ltd. 

Dougall (C. H.). Ltd 

Dougall Varnish Co., Ltd 

Dovers, Ltd 

Draper Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Drawing Master Club of Canada 


Dreco Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Dress Fabrics, Ltd 

Dring & Co., Ltd 

Druggists' Corporation of Canada 
(The), Ltd. 

Drummond, McCall & Co., Ltd 

Drummond Park Investment Co.. Ltd. 
Drummond Street Landholders, Ltd. 

Drummond (Thomas J.), Ltd 

Drury (H. A.) Co., Ltd 

Dry den (C. J.) Co., Ltd 

Dry den Paper Co., Ltd 


Dube Limited 

Dubrule Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Duchesneau, Limitee 

Dufferin Investment Co.. Ltd. 

Dufour (Joseph) Sons, Ltd 

Dufresne & Locke, Ltd 

Dufresne (Jos.), Ltee 
Duncan Electrical Co., Ltd.. 

Duncan Lithographing Co., Ltd 

Duncan (R ), Ltd 

Duncan’s, Ltd 

Dunhill (Alfred) of London, Ltd 

Dunn (Thomas W.) Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Dunn (Wm. H ), Ltd 

Dunneagan Oil & Gas Co., Ltd 

Dunning (Geo. C.), Ltd 

Duparquat, Iluot & Monause Co. of 
Canada, Ltd. 

Dupre (C.) & Co., Ltd 

Dupuis Freres, Ltee 

Dupuis (II.) et Fils, Lt&? 

Dumford (G.) & Co., Ltd 

Duro Aluminium, Ltd 

Durocher-Duggan, Ltd 

Dustbane Mfg. Co., Ltd.. 

Duvs Canadian Tobacco Co., Ltd. . . . 

Dwyer Elevator Co., Ltd. 

Dwyer (P. J. ), Molybdenite, Ltd 

Dwyer (W. H.), Ltd. 

Eadie McNeill v Construction Co. 
(The), Ltd. 

Eagle Lumber Co. (The), Ltd 

Eagle Publishing Co., Ltd 

Eagle Shoe Co., Ltd 

Eagle Smelting* Refining Works, Ltd. 
East Kootenay Power Co., Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Hamilton. Cnt. . 

$ 

50.000 

Montreal. Que 

200.000 

Halifax, N.S 

600,000 

Montreal. Que 

2.400 

Montreal. Que 

500.000 

Cornwall, Ont 

50.000 

Petrolea, Ont 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont 

Without 
she re 
capital. 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

Toronto. Ont 

250.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

Montreal, Que 

1,000.000 

Montreal, Que — 

1.000.000 

Montreal, Que 

250.000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Montreal. Que 

25.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 
shares no 
par value. 

Montreal, Quo.. . 

14.500 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

200,000 

Montreal, Que 

3.500.000 

Ottawa. Ont 

100.000 

Montreal. Que 

250.000 

Joliette. Que 

1.000 000 

Montreal, Que.. . . 

150.000 

Hamilton. ( >nt. 

48.000 

Montreal, Que 

50 000 

Sherbrooke. Que. 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont 

7,500 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Montreal, Quo 

100. 000 

Chatham, Ont. . . 

40.000 

Toronto. < >nt 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

Montreal, Que 

2,500.000 

Hull, Que 

300.000 

Montreal, Que 

10.000 

Hamilton, Ont. . 

200,000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

Ottawa, Ont 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

130.000 

Winnipeg, Man. . 

250.000 

Toronto, Ont 

350.000 

( )ttawa, Ont 

l.OOO.OOC 

St. Agathe des 
Monts, Que. 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

500.000 

Montreal. Que 

45.000 

Montreal, Que 

100. OCC 

Montreal. Que 

40.000 

Femie, B.C 

250.000 


Eastern Cafeterias of Canada, Ltd. 
Eastern Canada Motor Truck Co., Ltd. 
Eastern Canada Nurserymen's Associa 
tion. 


Toronto, Ont.. 

Hull. Que 

•Welland, Ont. 


Eastern Canada Saw Mills, Ltd 

Eastern Canada Steel * Iron Works, 
Ltd. 

Eastern Car Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Que. 
Quebec, Que... 

New Glasgow, 
N.S. 


Eastern Equipment Co., Ltd 

Eastern Factories United, Ltd 

Eastern Hay * Feed Co., Ltd 

Eastern Investment * Land Co., Ltd 
Eastern Pulp Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Eastern Steamship Co.. Ltd 


Dorval, Que 

Hamilton, Ont — 
Sackville. N.B... . 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 
Port Colbome, 
Ont. 


500,000 

500.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

250.000 

200.000 


2 , 000.000 


125.000 

50.000 

150.000 
40.000 

750.000 

1 . 000.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

S 

49,500 

139.800 

600.000 

2,400 

189.000 

24.000 

15.000 

s 

( 







125,300 







J 8 . POO 

250.000 
12.000 

40.000 

200.000 

100.000 
145.100 

10.000 









800.000 







50,000 


17.500 
100,000 
shares. 

14.500 

35.000 

135.000 
2,505.000 

75.000 

200.000 

373.500 

100.500 
21.850 
26.700 

50.000 



1,505,000 




30,000 

150.000 

25,000 




100,000 


8.000 





1.500 shares 
no par value 

5.000 

32.000 
21,961 
31.200 

5.000 

40.000 

400.000 

300.000 

19.000 

96.000 
35,600 

40.000 

130.000 
174,900 
154,606 
521.500 

20.000 

40.000 

45.000 

75.000 
21.800 

30.000 
shares no 
par value . 
442,090 
103,000 















850,000 









10.000 









12,000 

413,800 




25,000 

100,000 

100.000 

2,000.000 

93,100 



250.000 

120.000 

800.000 

60.300 

5.000 
105.900 

1.000 
550.000 

1 . 000.000 



80,000 
750, 0(K 


1,000.000 














Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


1.401.000 


150.000 


2 . 000.000 


1,000.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


183 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 

Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 



s 

t 

i 

$ 



1,800.000 

800,000 

500,000 




200,000 

101. 000 





150.000 






90,000 

72,800 





50.000 

50.000 





2,500,000 

2,500,000 


£ 9.500,000 



400.000 

107.000 

38,700 



100.000 

100.000 




50.000 

15.500 





100.000 

100.000 





150.000 

150.000 





30.000 

30,000 



Ltd. 







50.000 

5.000 



Montreal. Ltd. 








5,000 

5.000 



Ltd. 







10.000 

10.000 



Eddv (TheE. B.) Co.. Ltd 


300,000 

300.000 


600,000 



100,000 

87,000 


Automobile Accessories & Carriage 





Hardware, Ltd. 








100.000 

100,000 





40.000 

40,000 


100,000 



500.000 

500.000 




5.000 

2,800 





500.000 

250.000 





100.000 

100.000 





1,000.000 

400,000 

400,000 




2,500.000 

302.700 




8.000.000 

400,000 





100.000 

49,500 

49,500 




40.000 

15,500 




500.000 

200,000 

6,520 




100.000 

100.000 




100.000 

100.000 





3,000.000 

3.000.000 





50.000 

25.000 

5,380 




1.000,000 

174.100 


Limited. 








50,000 

30.600 



Limited. 







5.000.000 

3,000,000 





100.000 

100,000 





50,000 

22,600 





2.000.000 

500.000 

500.000 




50.000 

25,000 

20,700 


Canada. Ltd. 








50.000 

46,500 





50.000 

9.000 





250.000 

216.400 





30.000 

20.000 



Limited. 


shares no 

shares. 





par value. 






300.000 

500 





49,000 

10.000 





50.000 

50.000 


750.000 

Co., Ltd. 








250.000 

152,115 




Montreal, Que... 

1.000 

200 





shares of no 






par value. 




250.000 

100. 000 





500.000 

500.000 





600.000 

200,600 


200,000 



100.000 

66,300 




25.000 

17.700 





50.000 

50.000 



Empire Coal Co.. Ltd 

Montreal, Que 

500.000 

250.000 

250, 000 


Empire Cream Separator Co. of Can 
ada fThe), Ltd. 

Toronto, Ont 

1 . 000.000 

400,000 



Empire Elevator Co. (The), Ltd 

Winnipeg, Man 

2.000.000 

820.000 

500.000 

375.000 



500 000 

211.200 


150.000 



20.000 

9.000 


Empire Sash & I>oor Co. <The), Ltd. 


100.000 

100.000 





100.000 

53.000 


50,000 



150.000 

62,500 

25,000 




80,500 

80.500 


Limited. 




Empress Lumber Co , Ltd 

Vancouver, B.C... 

25.000 

2.500 




Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


I 


£ 9,500.000 


87.000 


100,000 


750,000 


05,000 


375.000 

25.000 


39.400 


184 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Empress Navigation Co., Ltd 

Engineering <fc Machine Works of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

Engineering Equipment Co., Ltd . . . 

Engineering Materials, Ltd 

Engineering Sales & Service Co. (The), 
Limited. 

English Electric Co. of Canada. Ltd.. 


Engravers Machinery Co. of Canada, 
Limited. 

Ensign Oil Co., Ltd 

Enterprise Foundry Co., T.td 

Envelope Manufacturers, Ltd 

Equitable Finance Corporation, Ltd.. 


Eriez Stove <fc Mfg. Co. of Canada, Id 

Esplin (G. & J.), Ltd 

Essex Export Co. (The), Ltd 

Essex Stamp Co., Ltd. 

Established Investments. Ltd 


Estabrook (T. II.) Co., T.td.. 
E. T. Corset Co. (The), Ltd 


Eureka Shoe Co. (The), Ltd. 


European Co. (The), Ltd 

Evans Brothers, Ltd 

Evans & Co., Ltd 

Evans <fc Evans, Ltd. . 

Evans (David) Shipping Co., Ltd 

Evans (Fred W.) Co., Ltd 

Evans (John R.) Leather Co., T.td 

Eveleigh (J.) & Co., Ltd 

Everlast ic Corporat ion of Canada, Ltd 

E verb s ing Valve Co., Ltd 

Ewing (The William) Co., Ltd 

Excelsior Hats, Ltd 

Excelsior T.adies Wear, Ltd... 

Exchange Securities. Ltd 

Exclusive Hat Co. (The), Ltd 
Exhibitors Distributing Corporation 
Limited. 

Export Steamships, Ltd 

Exide Batteries of Canada, Ltd 


Canada. 


Fabrics, Limited 

Factory Supplies. T.td 

Fainer Knitting Mills, Ltd 

Fainer Ladies Wear, Ltd 

Fair Products, T.td 

I'airbank (The N. K.) Co., T.td. 
Fairbanks (E. & T.) «fe Co.. Ltd.. 
Fairchild Aerial Surveys Co. (of 
ada). Ltd. 

Fairchild Engineering Co., Ltd... 


Limited. 

Fairweather «fc Co., Limited. 
Falconbridge Mines, Ltd 


Famous Lasky Film Service, Ltd 
Fancy Goods Co. of Canada (The), Ltd 

Farand »fc Delorme. Ltd. 

Farmer Bros Jewellery, Ltd 

Farmer-Milford, Ltd 

Farmers’ Advocate of Winnipeg, Ltd 

Faro Investment Co., Ltd 

Farc^uhar, Robertson, Ltd 

Farrington Manufacturing Co., Ltd. . 

Fashion-Craft Mfrs., Ltd 

Fassett Lumber Co.. Ltd 

Fast Typesetters, Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Ottawa. Ont 

$ 

100.000 

St. Catharines. 

1.000.000 

Ont. 


Montreal. Quo 

20.000 

Montreal, Quo 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

2,000,000 

Montreal, Que. .. 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Sackville, N.B — 

400.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

1,100.000 

Montreal, Que 

200.000 

Montreal, Que — 

400.000 

Windsor, Ont ... 

100.000 

Windsor, Ont 

10.000 

Three Rivers, 

10.000 

Que. 


St. John. N IL . 

500.000 

St. Hyacinthe, 

Que. 

Three Rivers, 
Que. 

Toronto, Ont. ... . 

750.000 

100.000 

100.000 

Montreal, Que... 

50.000 

Montreal. Que.... 

100.000 

Montreal, Que. . 

50.000 

Vancouver. B.C. 

25.000 

Montreal. Que 

125.000 

Montreal, Quo... 

250.000 

Montreal. Que 

275.000 

Granby, Que 

50.000 

Toronto. < »nt 

40.000 

Montreal, Que. . 

250.000 

Iberville, Que 

75.000 

Montreal, Que 

50,000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

100 000 

Toronto, Ont 

30,000 

Montreal. Que 

200.000 

Toronto. Ont 

15.000 

Toronto, Ont 

shares no 
par value. 
Without 

Montreal, Quo 

share 

capital. 

40.000 

Montreal, Quo 

50.000 

Montreal. Quo. .. 

40.000 

Montreal. Que. . 

50.000 

< Htawa, Ont 

45,000 

Montreal. Oue. . 

500.000 

Sherbrooke, Que. 

375.000 

Grand'Mere, Que. 

100,000 

Brantford, Ont. . . 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

Falconbridge, 

2.000 

Ont. 

shares no 

Toronto, Ont 

par value . 
20,000 

Toronto. Ont 

100,000 

Montreal, Quo 

100.000 

Montreal. Quo 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

40.000 

Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, Que. . . 

100.000 

1.000.000 

Montreal, Que 

250.000 

Toronto, < >nt 

50.000 

Montreal. Quo 

1.000.000 

Fassett, Que 

1.000, 000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 


Common 

■ 

Issued 


298,900 


30.000 
shares no 
par value 


par value. 


3.000 


14.500 


15.000 

shares. 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

31,500 



i 

150,000 



20.000 





2.000.000 
















20.060 






















126,300 

19,400 











.. 




) . .. 


10.000 








5,000 








24.000 







... 

29.000 
























) . . . 


300.000 

16,000 

100.000 




) . . . 









i 






60.000 









.. 










520,500 









Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


150.000 


100.000 


60.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


185 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

t 


400.000 




10,000 



50.000 







1,000 



122,100 



38,000 






40,000 


10,000 



























150,000 

2,500,000 


1,500,000 





148,700 

100,000 

10,000 




150,000 




44,300 

:::::::::::: 




3,300 









16,800 





25,000 










Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Faultless Mfg. Co. (The), Ltd 

Fawcett (Charles), Ltd 

Fawcett (Richard) & Sons (Canada). 
Limited. 

Federal Estates, Ltd 

Federal Finance Corporation. Ltd 


Montreal, Que. 
Sack/ille, N.B., 
Toronto, Ont. .. 


Ottawa, Ont . . 
Toronto. Ont. 


Federal T umber Co.. Ltd 

Federal Paper Co., Ltd 

Federal Properties. Ltd 

Federal Stone & Supply Co. (The). Ltd 

Federal Trading Co.. Ltd 

Federated Grocers, (The), Ltd 

Federated Leather Goods Co., Ltd. . . 

Federated Press, Ltd 

Federation des Femmes Canadiennos— 
Francaises. 


Federation of Zionists Societies of Montreal, Que. . . 
Canada. 


Vancouver. B.C. 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. .. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . 

Ottawa. Ont 

Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Quo. . 
Ottawa, Ont 


Fegles Construction Co., Ltd 

Feigin, Rosenberg Co., Ltd 

Feldspar Mines Corporation, Ltd 

Fels, Ltd 

Ferranti Meter Sc Transformer Mfg.. 
Co. (The), Ltd. 

Fess Oil Burners of Canada, Ltd 

Feys (John C.) Sc Co., Ltd 

Fibre Asphalt Products, Ltd 

Fidelity Trade Guarantors. Ltd 

Film Sc Slide Co. of Canada (The), Ltd 

Filmcraft Industries. Ltd 

Finance Sc Development, Ltd 


Fort William. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que. . . 
Toronto. Ont 


Toronto, Ont. 
Windsor, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont. 
Toronto. Ont. 
Toronto, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont . 


Finance Corporation of Canada. Ltd. . 
Financial Advertising Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Financial News Bureau of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Financial Realty Co., Ltd 


Ottawa. Ont... 
Montreal, Que. 

Montreal, Que. 

Toronto, Ont. . 


Finch Properties. Ltd 

Fine Hat Co., Ltd 

Finger Lumber Co. (The), Ltd 

Finley. Smith Sr Co., Ltd 

Finnic A: Murray, Ltd 

Firestone Tire <fc Rubber Co. of Can 
ada. Ltd. 

First National Exhibitors Circuit of 
Canada, Ltd 

Fish iF. A.) Coal Co., Ltd 

Fisher (John) Sc Son. Ltd 

Fisher Motor Co.. Ltd 

Fisk Chocolate Co.. Ltd , 

Fix Shoe Co. (The), Ltd 

Flarelock Co., Ltd 

Flax Spinners. Ltd 

Fleck Bros., Ltd 

Fleming (C. E Tie Sc Lumber Co.. 
Ltd. 

Fleming (The Thos.) Co.. Ltd 

Fletcher Ship Repairing Co.. Ltd ... 

Flexible Metallic Parking Co., Ltd 

Flexible Shaft Co., Ltd 

Flexner-Taylor Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Flint Varnish Sc Color Works of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

Floyd-Esbin Co., Ltd 

Food Specialists of Canada. Ltd 
Foothills Collieries (The), Ltd 
Footwear Finding? of Canada, Ltd 

Forbes Corporation. Ltd 

Forbes (R.) Co. Ltd 

Ford Import Co., Ltd 

Ford Motor Co. of Canada . Ltd . . 
Ford Smith Machine Co.. Ltd 
Foreign A Domestic Realty, Ltd 


Hamilton, Ont... 
Montreal, Que. . . 
The Pas. Man . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Winnipeg, Man . . 
Hamilton, Ont . 

Vancouver, B.C.. 


Toronto, Ont. . 
Dun das, Ont. . . 

Orillia, Ont 

Toronto, Ont. . 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que. 
Guelph, Ont. . . 
Ottawa. Ont. .. 
Ottawa, Ont. . . 


Ottawa. Ont 

Levis, Oue 

Windsor. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Winnipeg. Man . . 
Cownnsville. Que 
Montreal, Que . . . 
Hcapder, Ont . . . 
Vancouver, B.C.. 

Ford. Ont 

Hamilton. Ont. . 
Toronto, Ont 


150.000 

500.000 
50.000 

100.000 

17,500 


50.000 

100.000 

40.000 

50.000 

200,000 

50.000 
50,000 

500.000 
Without 

share 

capital 

Without 

share 

capital 

100.000 
50,000 
50,000 

150.000 

250.000 

100.000 

50.000 

500.000 

100.000 

10.000 

250.000 
100.000 
shares 

no par value 

300.000 

50.000 

10.000 

5,000 
shares 
no par value 

200.000 
20,000 

1.000.000 

750.000 

300.000 

5.000. 000 

10,000 

100.000 
200,000 
600.000 

50.000 

90.000 

200,000 

500.000 
49,500 

100.000 

60.000 

500.000 

25.000 

40.000 

50.000 

500.000 

50.000 

50.000 

300.000 

100.000 

1.500.000 

1.000. 000 

100.000 

10 . 000,000 

500.000 

200.000 

shares 

no par value 


1,500 
shares nc 
par value 


14,100 

33,000 

198,100 


100.000 

12,000 

30,000 

50,800 


83.500 

11,000 

200.500 
60,000 

Oi'll 

76.000 
40,005 
shares 

120.500 

50.000 

10.000 

5 

shares 

125.000 

20,000 

1 . 000.000 

541.500 

1.50.000 
2.. 500,000 

10,000 

100.000 

128.500 
275,600 

50.000 
9,000 

200,000 

213,000 

49.500 
66.. 500 

30.000 


25.000 

40.000 

40.000 

350.000 

25.000 
45.500 

190,700 

15.000 
1.500,000 

960.000 

25.000 
7,000,000 

188,800 

2,000 


$ 

400.000 


1.. 500. 000 


100,000 


150.000 


186 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Fore Urn Exploration &. Finance Co., 
Ltd. 

Foreign Investment Corporation, Ltd.. 


Foreign Securities, Ltd 

Forest Freres, Ltd 

Forged Steel Products Co., Ltd 

Forced Steel Specialties, Ltd 

Forhan’s, Ltd — 

Forester Navigation Co., Ltd 

Forsyth Productions, Ltd 

Fortier :The H.) Co., Ltd 

Fort William Elevator Co. (The), Ltd 

Fort William Paper Co., Ltd 

Foster (H. A.) & Co., Ltd 

Foss Machinery, Ltd 

Foundation Co. (The), Ltd 

Foundation Co. of Canada, (The), Ltd. 
Four Wheel Drive Auto Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Fournier (L. G.) Ltd 

Fournier (J. E.) Ltd 

Fox & Morris, Ltd 

Fox Film Corporation, Ltd. 

Fox Raising A Trading Co. (The), Ltd 


Oakville, Ont. 


Toronto, Ont. 


Fox (T. M.) & Sons. Ltd 

Fraas (James E.) . Ltd 

France & Canada Steamship Co., Ltd 
(Old com pan y). 

France A* Canada Steamship Co., Ltd. 
(New Company) 

Franco-American Chemical Co., Ltd. 
Franco-Belgo Canadian Syndicate, 
(The). Ltd. 

Frank Lime Co. (The), Ltd 

Franke, Lavasseur & Co., Ltd 

Franklin Montreal Motors, Ltd 

Franklin Railway Supply Co. of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

Franquelin Lumber «fc Pulpwood Co 
(The), Ltd. 

Fraser & Chalmers of Canada, Ltd. ... 
Fraser Companies, Ltd 


Fraser Pulp & Lumber Co., Ltd. 


Frasier, Thornton & Co., Ltd. . . . 
Fraserville Shoe Co. (The), Ltd. 


Head Office 


Hull, Que 

Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 

Sussex, N.B 

Kitchener, Ont. 
Montreal, Que. . 
Winnipeg, Man. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Kitchener, Ont. 


Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Riviere du Loup, 
Que. 

Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal. Que. . . . 


Author- 

ised 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Freedman (H. W. & M.) Ltd 

Freedman (Wm.) Ltd 

Freiman (A. J.) Ltd 

Fremes (S.) & Co., Ltd 

Fried Construction Co., Ltd 

Frontenac Breweries, Ltd 

Frontier Lumber Co., Ltd 

Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd 

Frothingham & Workman, Ltd 

Fruit Auction of Montreal, (The), Ltd. 

Fruit Machinery Co., Ltd 

Fry (J. S.) «fc Sons (Canada), Ltd — 

Fuerst (Herb), Ltd 

Fulford (G. TO Co.. Ltd 

Fuller Brush Co., Ltd 

Fuller (George A.) Co., Ltd 

Furniwall-New, Ltd 

Gainsboro Shoppe (The), Ltd 

Gale Brothers, Ltd 

Gale Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Galena-Sienal Oil Co. of Canada. Ltd 

Galibert Glove Works, Ltd 

Galt Brass Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Que. . . 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Winnipeg, Man. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Quo. . . 

Thorold, Ont... 


Montreal, Que 

Plaster Rock, 
N.B. 

Plaster Rock. 
N.B. 

Cookshire, Que. . 
Riviere du Loup, 
Que. 

Montreal. Que. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Hamilton. Ont. . . 

Montreal, Que 

Winnipeg, Man — 
Hamilton, Ont — 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Montreal, Que 

Belleville, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont — 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Hamilton, Ont ... 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec. Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que . . 
Galt, Ont 


Ganong Brothers, Ltd 

Garde (John) & Co., Ltd 

Garden City Feeder Co., Ltd. . 


100,000 
shares 
no par value 
10,000 
shares 
no par value 
100,000 

40.000 
500.000 

500.000 

300.000 

47.000 

100.000 
1 , 000,000 
1.000,000 

15 . 000 . 000 

50.000 

100.000 

50.000 

30.000 

200,000 

50.000 

200.000 

50.000 

40.000 

50.000 

150.000 

40.000 

1,000,000 

10 . 000 . 000 

50.000 

40.000 

50.000 

160.000 

100.000 

350.000 

550.000 


100.000 

10 , 000,000 

5 , 000.000 

150.000 

50,000 


St. Stephen, N.B 
Toronto. Ont ... 
Regina, Sask 


300 , 

100 , 

1 , 500 , 

200 , 

100 , 

2,000, 

100 , 

6 , 000 , 

228 , 

20 , 

40 , 

1 , 000 , 

50 , 

1,000, 

50 , 

100 , 

40 , 

50 , 

250 , 

130 , 

1,000, 

90 , 

550 , 


1 , 500 , 

100 , 

100 , 


000 

000' 


100,000 

shares 

2,800 

shares 

50.500 

40.000 

500.000 

500.000 

300.000 

42.700 

84.000 

300.000 

711.500 

4 . 000 . 000 
18,900 

50.500 

40.000 

3.500 
160.600 

16.000 

100.000 
30,400 
10,000 
23,250 

20,f00 

40 . 00 0 

700.000 

5 . 000 . 000 

29.700 

40.000 

35.000 

100. 000 

100,000 

318.500 

4,678 
shares 
no par value 

100.000 

10 . 000 . 000 

1 , 130,000 

50.000 
40,650 

70.000 

70.000 
1 , 055.700 

98.000 

100,000 

910.000 

48.000 
1 . 988.500 

50.000 

4.500 

20.000 

693.900 

25.000 

1 , 000.000 

5,100 

100.000 

18.000 

15.000 

250.000 
89,500 

1 , 000.000 

8,700 

5.000 
shares 

no par value 

480.000 
75,600 

53.000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


80,000 


1 , 100,000 


9,000 


80,000 


300,000 

3 , 000,000 


467,800 


100,000 

1,050 


100,000 


300,000 


538, 100 
178.700 


500.000 

783.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorised 


2 , 500.000 


900.000 

900.000 


340.000 

6 , 500,000 


3 . 590.000 


1 , 100,000 


107,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


500,000 


900.000 

900.000 


340,000 

2 . 950,000 


3 . 590.000 


1 , 100,000 

107,000 


114,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


187 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 10G 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


$ 


Gardner (B.) A Co., Ltd 

Gareau (J. O.) Ltfee 

Gurlock Machinery, Ltd 

Garneau Ltd 

Garner Bros. Grain Co., Ltd 

Gartshore Thomson Pipe A Foundry 
Co. (The), Ltd. 

Gaston, Williams & Wigmore of Can- 
ada. Ltd 

Gate (The Charles) A Sons Co., Ltd 

Gatineau Co., Ltd 

Gaudry (L. H.) A Co., Ltd 

Gault Brothers Co., Ltd 

Galt Bros.. Ltd 

Gault Realties, Ltd 

Gaults. Ltd — 

Gaunt (J. R.) A Son Co., (Canada), Ltd 

Gauthier A* Co., Ltd 

Gauthier (O.) Ltee. . 

Gauvin (J. A. E. )Ltd 

Gauvreau, Beaudry, Ltee 

Gazette Printing Co., Ltd 

Gelinas (Hercule) Ltee 

Gelinas (Raoul) Ltee 

General Accountants Association 


Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec. Que 

Weyburn, Sask. . . 
Hamilton, Ont — 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

Quebec, Que 

Montreal, Que. . . . 
Vancouver. B.C... 
Montreal, Que. . . . 

\\ umipeg, Man 

Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Quebec, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 


General Adding Machine Exchange, 


Windsor, Ont. 


Ltd. 

General Asbestos Co., Ltd 

General Automobile Equipment , Ltd . . 
General Canadian Ukrainian Whole- 
sale Co.. Ltd. 

General Cigar Co., Ltd 

General Council of the Canadian 
Branch of the St. John Ambulance 
Association. 

General Equipment Co., of Canada, 


Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Que. 
Toronto, Ont.. 

Montreal. Que. 
Ottawa, Ont.. . 


Montreal, Que. 


Ltd. 


General Mining A Exploration Co.. 
Ltd. 

General Motors of Canada, Ltd 

General News & Advertising Agency, 


Toronto, Ont.. 

Oshawa, Ont.. 
Montreal, Que. 


Ltd. 


General Publishing Co., Ltd 

General Railway Signal Co., of Canada 
Ltd. 

General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 

General Utilities Corporation, Ltd 

General Wholesalers, Ltd 

Genereux Motor Co., Ltd 

Genin, Trudeau A Co., Ltee 

Gensior Tobacco Co., Ltd 

George (W.) Ltd 

Georgian Bay Silica, Ltd 

Georgian Bay Lumber Co., (The), Ltd. 

German American Land Co., Ltd 

Gerths, Ltd 

Gesche (O. A.) Ltd 

Gest (G. M.) Ltd 

Gibb A Co.. Ltd 

Gibson (Robert * & Sons, (Canada) Ltd 

Giddings, Ltd 

Giddings (A. A.) A Co., Ltd 

Gilchrist Co. of Canada iThe), Ltd... . 

Gill A Fortune Lumber Co., Ltd 

Gill, Parr A Co., Ltd 

Gillespie Grain Co., Ltd 

Gillespie Terminal Grain Co., Ltd 

Gillette Safety Razor Co., of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Gillies Brothers, Ltd 

Gilmour, (J.T.) A Co., T.td 

Gilmour A Hughson, Ltd 

Ginsberg Motor Co., Ltd 

Girouard, Ltee 

Gittleson’s, Ltd 

Givan (H. E.) Ltd 

Glackmeyer (Sam) Ltd 

Glad Hand Cleaner Co., Ltd 


Toronto, Ont 

Luchino, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Sorel, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Waubaushene, 

Ont. 

Humboldt, Sask.. 

Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Granby. Que 

Montreal. Quo.. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Trenton. Cnt 

Montreal, Qne.. 
Edmonton, Alta. . 

Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, Que 

Braeside, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Hull, Que. 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 


1 , 000,000 

500.000 

250.000 

1,000,000 

150.000 

600.000 

2 , 000,000 

50.000 
45,000.000 

200.000 

10.000 

500,000 

500.000 

1 , 000,000 

40,975 

75.000 

75.000 

500.000 

750.000 

500.000 

49.000 

49.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

10.000 

500.000 
50.000 

100.000 


5.000. 000 
Without 
share 

capital. 

50.000 

40.000 

10.000.000 

50.000 

100.000 

1 , 100.000 

300.000 
50.000 
50.000 

200.000 

300.000 

50.000 

50.000 

200.000 

117, *250 

500.000 

100.000 

50.000 

100.000 

■>( 1.000 

100,000 

125.000 

50.000 

50.000 

3.000. 000 
50.000 

1,500.000 

500.000 

5.000. 000 


2,500,000 

50.000 

300.000 

500.000 

30.000 

20.000 

75.000 

25.000 

50.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


600.000 

250.000 

100.000 

235.000 

120,200 

240.000 

939.000 

30, 100 
30,000,000 
62,500 
10,000 

83.000 

100. 000 
650.000 

29,975 

42.800 

75,000 


5.54,000 

325.500 

6,000 

10,500 


10.000 

500.000 

20.000 

4,450 

1,900,000 


15.000 

,940.000 

5,100 

100.000 

60.000 

197, 100 

30.000 

50.000 
115,800 
200,000 

24.500 
49,800 
5". 357 
117,250 


481 

100 . 

3 

100 . 

50, 

10 . 

100 

22 . 

2 ,soo! 

21 . 

1 , 000 , 

259, 

5,000 


2,500,000 

30.000 

300.000 

500.000 
6. linn 
2,000 

50.000 

11.500 

42.500 


400.000 
21,260 
38.000 

350.000 


100,000 


360,000 


4,000,000 


124,500 


1,150.000 


7,000 

10,000 


3SO.OOO 


500,000 


25.000 


600.000 


200.000 


125.000 


10,500 


700,000 

’500.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


* 


100,000 


3.500.000 

1.150.000 


7,000 

10,000 


125.000 


13,000 

500,000 


188 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


$ 


Glassco, Ltd 

Glassco (M.S.) Co., Ltd 

Glassford Bros., Ltd 

Glen Steamships, Ltd 

Glendyne Slate & Roofing Co., (The), 


Oakville, Ont — 
Hamilton, Ont... 
Montreal, Que.... 

Midland, Ont 

Richmond, Que. . 


100,000 

50.000 

55.000 

1 . 000,000 

100.000 


L.IU. 

Globe Automatic Sprinkler Co., 
Canada, Ltd. 

Globe Builders Corporation, Ltd. . . 
Globe Grain Co., Ltd 


of 


Toronto, Ont. 


Montreal, Que.. . . 
Winnipeg, Man.. . . 


100,000 

50.000 

50,500 


Globe Hat Works, Ltd 
Globe Industrials, Ltd. 


Montreal. Que, 
Montreal, Que. 


200.000 

775,000 


Globe Investment Co., (The), Ltd 

Globe Printing Co., Ltd 

Globe Realty Corporation, Ltd 

Globe Shipping Corporation, Ltd 

Globe Shoe Ltd 

Globe Tailoring Co. (The), Ltd 

Globelite Batten-' Co. (The), Ltd 

Glovers-Craft, Ltd 

Glovers Tanning & Knitting, Ltd 

Gnaedinger Sons, Ltd 

Goderich Art-Craft Furniture Co.. 

(The), Ltd. 


Montreal, Que — 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que.... 

Montreal, Que 

Terrebonne, Que 
Toronto, Ont — 
Winnipeg. Man. 
Montreal. Que.... 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que.. . . 
Goderich, Ont... 


Godfrey (L. N.) Co., Ltd 

Godhuc Casket Mfg.. Co. (The), Ltd. 

Golden Gate Mfg., Co., Ltd 

Golden Ray Fishing Co., Ltd 

Gold Medal BddingCo., Ltd 

Gold Seal, Ltd 

Goldie (The James) Co., Ltd 

Goldie McCulloch Co., Ltd 

Goldsmiths’ Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Gooderham & Worts, Ltd 

Goodhue (The J. B.) Co., Ltd 

Goodhue (J. L.) & Co., Ltd 

Goodison (John) Thresher Co., Ltd. . 

Goodwin’s, Ltd 

Goodwin’s Montreal. Ltd 

Gordon Development Co., Ltd 

Gordon Ironsides Fares Packers, Ltd 

Gormans. Ltd 

Gosling A* Havakawa, Ltd 

Gosse-Millerd, Ltd 

Gotfredson Truck Corporation of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

Gourlay, Winter & Lecming, Ltd 

Governor Fastener Co., of Canada, 
(The), Ltd. 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd 

Gowans, Kent, Western, Ltd 

Grace & Co., Ltd 

Grace Motors, Ltd 

Graddon Lumber Co., Ltd 

Graham Bros., Ltd 

Graham-Marchand Agency, Ltd 

Grahams, Ltd 

Grain Growers Export Co.. iThc), Ltd. 

Granby Dairy The), Lid 

Granby Elastic Web, Ltd 

Grand Army of United Veterans, (The) 


Montreal, Que 

>utton, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Vancouver.. B.C.. 

Guelph, Ont 

Galt, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Rock Island, Que 

Danville, Que 

Sarnia, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. . 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Winnipeg, Man. 
Edmonton. Alta. 
Winnipeg, Man . 
Vancouver, PC.. 
Walkerville. Ont. 

Toronto. Ont . 
Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que.. . 

Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Belleville. Ont.. . 
Winnipeg. Man. . 

Granby, Que 

Granby, Que 

Toronto, Cnt... . 


Grand Beach «fc Balsam Bay Sum- 
mer Resorts, Ltd. 

Grand Central Parks, Ltd 

Grand T runk Pacific Elevator Co., Ltd. 

Grande (Jose), Ltd 

Grant Bros. Construction Co., Ltd.. . 

Grant-Holden-Graham. Ltd 

Grant, Smith & Co. & McDonnell, Ltd. 

Graphic Arts Machinery, Ltd 

Gratton (J. B.) Ltee 

Gravel Lumber Co., (The), Ltd 

Graves (Geo. C.) Construction Co., 
Ltd. 


Winnipeg, Man.. . 

Montreal, Que 

Winnipeg, Man.. . 

Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Calgary, Alia 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Levis, Que. 

Ottawa, Ont 


100,000 

1.000.000 

6 . 000.000 

1.000.000 

100.000 

40.000 
100.000 
100.000 
100,000 

500.000 
500 Fref. 

shares 
650 Com. 
shares 

100.000 
100.000 

225.000 

20.000 

109.000 

40.000 

300.000 

700.000 

350.000 

2.000.000 

100 000 

100.000 
1.000,000 

5.000. 000 

1.625.000 

409.000 

3.000. 000 

250.000 

100.000 

1.000 000 

500.000 

1.000. 000 
50.000 

500.000 
99,900 

100.000 
100.000 

50.000 

50.000 

25.000 
800.000 

1.200.000 

100.000 

500.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

2.000.000 

50.000 
1.000.000 

250.000 

200.000 

500.000 

100.000 
200.000 

40.000 
600.000 
250,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


61,100 


100.000 


100 shares 
of no 
par value 


of no 
par value 


650 shares 
of no 
par value 

30.001 

29.301 

150.001 

20.001 

199.001 

40.001 

300.001 

700.001 

200.001 
2,000.001 

35.001 

109.001 

225.001 
2,250,501 
1.625,001 

271.101 

2.000.001 

100.001 

”'417.401 

500.001 


. 000, 000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Aut horized 

i 

$ 

26,400 











50,000 



400,000 






6.000,000 


20,000 





50.000 

45.000 
143.700 

44,200 








60.000 















29,000 





1,750.000 

1,250.000 


200.000 





29.000 

417,400 


200.000 

276.500 

10.000 

760.000 

























. 


50.000 









. 







76,900 

100.000 




. 











Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


6 . 000,000 


800.000 

134,000 


100.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


189 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Numo of Company 


Gray (Andrew) Co., Ltd 

Gray (H.) A Co., Ltd 

Gray Rocks Inn, Ltd 

Gray (Wm) Sons A Campbell, Ltd 
Gray (P. N.) A Co.. Ltd 


Great Atlantic A Pacific Tea Co. .Ltd. 
Great Lakes Transportation Co, . Ltd 
Great War Veterans Association of 
Cannda, (The) 

Great West Coal Co.. Ltd 

Great West Electric Co., Ltd 

Great West Saddlery Co., Ltd 

Great West Wine Co., Ltd 

Greater Canada Security Corporation, 
Ltd. 


Greater Montreal Land Investment Co. 
Ltd. 

Green’s Economiser, Ltd 

Green (The G. Walter) Co., Ltd 

Greene (J. M ) Music Co., Ltd 

Greenshields, Ltd 

Gregg (G. R.) A Co., Ltd 

Gregory’s, Ltd 

Gregson (A. U.) Co., Ltd 

Grenier Motor Co., Ltd 

Gres Falls Dvelopment Co., Ltd 

Grier (G. A.) A Sons, Ltd 

Grier Timber Co., (The), Ltd 

Griffenhagen A Associates, Ltd 


Griffith (G. L.) A Rons, Ltd 

Grimm Mfg., Co., (The). Ltd 

Grimsby Pickle Co., Ltd 

Grimsby Steel Furniture Co., (The), 
Ltd. 

Grinnell Co., of Canada, Ltd 

Grocers Bread Co. (The), Ltd 

Groiler Society (The), Ltd 

Grosvenor Apartments (The), Ltd . . . 

Grothe (L. O.), Ltd 

Grower’s Distributing Co., Ltd 


Grower’s Sales Agency, Ltd 

Guaranteed Pc re Milk Co.. Ltd 

Guaranty Investment Corporation, 
Ltd. 

Guaranty ilk Dyeing A Finishing 
Co., Ltd. 

Guardian Investment Corporation, 
Ltd. 

Gude (TheO. J.) Co., Ltd 

Guelph Carpet A Worsted Spinning 
Mills, Ltd. 

Guelph Lumber Co., Ltd 

Guerin- Pouyat-Elito, Ltd 

Guillet (The E.) A Sons Co., Ltd 

Gulf Export Co., Ltd 

Gulf Pulp A Paper Co., Ltd 

G unite Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Gunther (E. A A.) Co., Ltd 

Gurd (Charles) A Co., Ltd 

Gurney Foundry Co. (The). Ltd 

Gurney Massey Co. (The), Ltd 

Gutta Percha A Rubber. Ltd 

Hadley, Evcly, Ltd 

Hager A Pettigrew, Ltd 

Hailcbury Wholesalers, Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

$ 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

15.300 

Montreal, Que... . 

150.000 

105. COO 

St. Jovitc Station, 
Que. 

Chatham, Ont. . . 

50.000 

32,000 

2,000.000 

1,131.300 

Winnipeg, Man. . . 

100. OOU 

10,000 

Toronto, Ont 

100.000 

shares 
of no 
par value 
500 

Midland, Ont 

1.000.000 

504,000 



Brandon, Man 

share 

capital. 

2,000.000 

2.000.000 

Winnipeg, Man 

300,000 

163,500 

W innipeg, Man.. . 

2,000.000 

1,680.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

50,000 

Toronto, Ont 

5,000.000 

75.0U0 

Montreal, Que 

300.000 

shares 
of no 
par value 
235,120 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

5.000 

Peterborough, 

150.000 

150.000 

Ont. 



Peterborough, 

300.000 

153,300 

Ont. 



Montreal, Que 

1.500.000 

450.000 

Toronto, C'nt 

750.000 

554.600 

Montreal, Que 

40.000 

11,100 

St. John, N.B 

1,250 

1,250 

Montreal, Que 

24.000 

24.000 

Montreal, Que 

10.000 

10.000 

Montreal, Quo 

500.000 

300,100 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

48,700 

Toronto, Ont 

1,000 shares 

1.000 shares 

Stratford, Ont). . 

of no 
par value 
400.000 

172,100 

Montreal, Que 

150.000 

12,500 

Grimsby, Ont 

40.000 

7.S00 

Grimsby, Ont 

60,000 

60,000 

Toronto, Ont 

100.000 

100.000 


100,000 


Montreal, Que 

1,000.000 

500.000 

Montreal, Quo 

150.000 

125.000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

1,000,000 

467.500 

Toronto, Ont 

11,000 

100 shares 

Calgary, Alta 

1,000 

of no par 
value. 

500 

Montreal, Que. . . 

225.000 

225,000 

Montreal, Que 

50,000 

5,300 

St. Catharines, 

65,000 

1.500 

Ont. 


shares no 

Montreal, Que. . . 

200,000 

par value 
30,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

25,000 

2,500 

Guelph, Ont 

1.500.000 

1,500,000 

Guelph, Ont 

40,000 

40,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

1,000, 000 

1,000,000 

Marieville, Que.. 

150,000 

150.000 

Charlottetown, 

10,000 

2,000 

P.E.I 

Quebec. Que 

1,000.000 

1,000,000 

Hamilton. Ont . . 

50.000 

9.40t» 

Toronto. Ont 

1.50.000 

112,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

75.000 

15,000 

Toronto. Ont 

2,000.000 

8-19.600 

Montreal, Quo. . . 

50,000 

50,000 

Toronto. Ont 

6,000,000 

2,295.500 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

50,000 

20,000 

Montreal. Quo 

50.000 

20.000 

llailey bury, Ont. 

50,000 

15,200 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

S 

s 












1,560.000 










198,900 







12,200 

877,500 


















11,800 









17,350 





500,000 

2,500 





500,000 


40,000 
















1,000,000 










2,000,000 




Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S 


1.560,000 


500,000 


1 , 000,000 


190 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Halifax Shipyards, Ltd 

Hall Acme (Canada), Ltd 

Hall Bros., Ltd 

Hall Engineering, Ltd • ■ ■ ■ • • • 

Hall Engineering Works (The), Ltd. . . 
Hall (Geo.) Coal Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Hall Thompson Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 

Hal let & Carey Elevator Co., Ltd 

Hallet & Carey, Ltd 

Haiiiday Co. (The), Ltd 

Halls, Ltd 

Ham Brothers Co., Ltd 

Hamblin-Brereton Co., Ltd 

Hamer, Brodkin, Ltd 

Hamilton t Alexander) Institute, Ltd. . 

Hamilton Bakeries. Ltd 

Hamilton Bridge Works Co., Ltd 

Hamilton Cotton Co. (The), Ltd.. — 
Hamilton Engineering Service, Ltd — 

Hamilton (J. S. & Co., Ltd 

Hamilton Lamp Co., Ltd 

Hamilton Powder Co., Ltd 

Hamilton Steel & Iron Co. (The). Ltd. 
Hamilton Stove & Heater Co., Ltd.. 
Hamilton Tar Products Co. (The) 
Ltd. 

HampEon (Robert) «fc Son, Ltd 

Hampton Mfg. Co. (The), Ltd 

Hanford (G. C.) Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Hankin (Francis) & Co., Ltd 

Hanson (J. H.) Co., Ltd • 

Happy Thought Foundry Co., Ltd. 
Harbison- Walker Refractories Co. of 
Canada, Ltd. 

Hargraft & Sons, Ltd 

Harloiess (Thomas) &. Sons, Ltd 
Harmer Knowles Motor Truck Co., 
Ltd. 

Harper- Presnail Cigar Co., Ltd. 

Harper (William), Ltd 

Harris, Barry & Luke, Ltd 

Harris Forbes & Co., Ltd 


Harris (J. W.) Mfg. Co., Ltd — 
Harris Lithographing Co., Ltd. . 

Harris Oil Corporation, Ltd 

Harris Tie «fc Timber Co., Ltd.. 

Harrison & Jamieson, Ltd.. 

Harrison (Dent) & Sons, Ltd — 

Hart Battery Co., Ltd 

Hart-Otis Car Co., Ltd 

Hart (Samuel) & Co., Ltd 

Hartwell Brothers, Ltd 

Harvard Land Company, Ltd... 

Hatfield & Co., Ltd 

Hatfield & Scott Co., Ltd 

Hatfield's, Ltd 

Havana Marine Terminals. Ltd. 
llawkesbury Electric Light & Power 
Co., Ltd. 


llawkesbury Lumber Co., Ltd 

llawkesbury Textiles, Ltd 

Hawkesworth (Alfred) & Sons Co. 
Ltd. 

Haw-thorn Mills, Ltd 


Hay Stationery Co. (TheQ Ltd. 
Hayes Wheel Canada (The), Ltd 

Hazel. Canada, Limited 

Heart Stooker Co. (The), Ltd. . . 

Heating Specialty Co., Ltd 

Hebert tL. H.) A Co., Ltd 

Heilleg, Joseph & Co., Ltd 

Helleur Fur Co., Ltd 

Hemsley (Richard), Ltd 

Henderson & Smyth, Ltd 

Henderson Business Service, Ltd. 

Henderson (J. B.) <fc Co., Ltd 

Hendrie Investment Co., Ltd — 
Hendry (George M.) Co., Ltd — 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Montreal, Que — 

$ 

10,000,000 

S 

5.000,000 

Montreal, Que. . 

350,000 

200,000 

Toronto, Ont 

20,000 

20,000 

Montreal, Que. . 

200,000 

100,000 

Montreal, Que 

200,000 

100,000 

Montreal. Que. . . . 

1.000,000 

500.000 

Montreal, Que 

50,000 

50,000 

Winnipeg, Man. . . 

200,000 

92,000 

Winnipeg, Man — 

100,000 

100,000 

Hamilton. Ont — 

200,000 

100,000 

Lindsay, Ont 

100.000 

4,000 

Brantford, < >nt.. . 

1.000.000 

900.000 

Kitchener, Ont... 

50.000 

24,900 

Montreal, Que. . . 

100,000 

60.000 

Toronto, Ont 

500.000 

1.200 

Hamilton. Ont — 

40,000 

22, 100 

Hamilton, Ont. . . 

1.000,000 

1.000,000 

Hamilton, Ont. . 

1,000,000 

1,000.000 

Hamilton, Ont — 

50.000 

1.000 

Brantford, Ont. . . 

100,000 

48,000 

Hamilton, Ont — 

300.000 

50,000 

Montreal, Que — 

1.000,000 

1.000.000 

Hamilton, Ont — 

5,000.000 

3,035,200 

Hamilton, Ont ... 

600.000 

600,000 

Hamilton, Ont — 

250,000 

155,300 

Montreal, Que 

100,000 

25,000 

Montreal, Que — 

99,000 

99,000 

Montreal, Que — 

10.000 

10,000 

Montreal, Que 

45,000 

10,000 

Montreal. Que 

145.000 

45.300 

Brantford. Ont.. . 

500.000 

440,500 

Montreal, Que — 

10.000 


Toronto. Ont 

1,000,000 

400,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

100,000 

100,000 

Toronto, Ont 

150,000 

46,100 

Hamilton, Ont — 

200.000 

144,000 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

40,000 

Ottawa, Ont 

100.000 

68,200 

Montreal, Que 

500 shares 

1,000 

no par value 

shares 

Montreal, Quo. . . 

100.000 

15,000 

Toronto, Ont 

300,000 

165,500 

Toronto, Ont 

2.000,000 

2,000,000 

Ottawa, Ont 

100.000 

98,000 

Campbellton. N.B 

50,000 

20,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

500,000 

500.000 

St. John’s, Que — 

450.000 

1 S3. 500 

Ottawa, Ont 

2,500,000 

2,500,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

500,000 

250,000 

Walicerviile, Ont. 

250,000 

150,000 

Montreal, Quo — 

50.000 

29,200 

Hartland, N.B. . 

49.500 

49,500 

Hartland, N.B. . 

49,500 

49,500 

Toronto. Ont 

40,000 

23,800 

Montreal, Que. . . 

30.000.000 

10.000.000 

llawkesbury, Ont. 

375,000 

5,000 

Hawkesbury, Oot. 

200,000 

no par 
value. 
200,000 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

100,000 

32, 000 

Montreal, Que — 

20,000 

10,000 

Carleton Place, 

750,000 

402,500 

Ont. 

London, Ont 

125.000 

69,900 

Chatham Ont 

1,800,000 

G18.300 

Montreal, Que. . . 

20,000 

2,000 

Edmonton. Alta. . 

2,000,000 

515,470 


50,000 
350, 000 

33.000 

Montreal, Quo. . . 

101,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

40,000 

40.000 

Montreal, Quo - • ■ 

49.000 

5.000 


50.000 

25.000 

Montreal. Que. . . 

1.50,000 

90.000 

Brantford. Ont 

40,000 

20,000 

Toronto, Ont 

100,000 

29,700 

Hamilton, Ont — 

500,000 

250.000 

Toronto, Ont 

140,000 

100,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


3 , 000,000 

62.500 


97,000 

65,500 

500,000 


34,300 


10,700 


3,600 


35,000 

6.000 


600,000 


125,100 

' 250,000 

" 16,700 


20,600 


100,000 


35,000 

'si. '666 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


1 , 000,000 


150,000 


350,000 


100,000 


200,000 

’ 350,000 


500,000 


400,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


1 , 000,000 

150.000 

350.000 


100,000 


350.000 


250,000 


335,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


191 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Henry (W. H.). Ltd 

Henson Knitting Co., Ltd 

Hepburn (John T.), Ltd 

Herald Press, Ltd 

Herald Publishing Co. (The), Ltd 

Hercules Truck Co., Ltd 

Herendeon Flour Co.. Ltd 

Hermant (Percy), Ltd 

Herron- Leblanc, Ltd 

Hertel-Harshman Co., Ltd 

Hervay Chemical Co. of Canada (The) 
Ltd. 

Hewl Realty, Ltd 

Heywood-Wakefield Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Hickey & .Aubut, Limited 

Hicks Oriental Rugs, Ltd 

Hicks (Robert) Coal A Towing Co. 
Ltd. 

Higgins (A . J.), Ltd 

High Park, Ltd.. 

Highway Lighthouses Co., Ltd 

Higman (S. S.), Ltd 

Hilda Cigar Co., Ltd 

Hillcrest Collieries, Ltd 

Hill crest Park, Ltd 

Hires (The Charles E.) Co., Ltd 

Hirsch (J.) A Sons, Ltd 

His Master’s Voice, Ltd 

Hodge (George) A Son, Ltd 

Hodgson (H.E.) A Co., Ltd 

Hodgson, Rowson A Co., Ltd 

Hodgson, Sumner A Co., Ltd 

Hoffman. Lemercier A Co., Ltd 

Hogg (D. H.) Co., Ltd 

Holden Co. (The), Ltd.. 

Holeproof Hosiery Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Holland Bros., Ltd 

Holland Varnish Co. (The), Ltd. 
Hollander (A.) A Son, Ltd 
Holliday (L. B.) A Co. of Canada. Ltd. 

Hollingsworth A Whitney, Ltd 

Holmao, Ltd 

Holmes Foundry Co., Ltd 
Holophone Co. (The), Ltd. . 

Holstein (L.) A Co., Ltd. 

Holt. Ltd 

Home Grain Co., Ltd.. 

Hong Hop Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Hoover Suction Sweeper Co. of Canada 
(The), Ltd. 

Hope (Adam) 6c Co., Ltd 

Hope (Henry' 6c Sons of Canada, Ltd. 

Hopkins (F. H.) 6s Co.. Ltd 

Horne (Harrv) Co., Ltd 

Homer (F. W.). Ltd 

Horton Steel Works, Ltd 

Hosiers, Ltd. 

Hotel Securities, Limited 

Houbigant, Ltd 

Houde (B.) Co., Ltd 

House of Hobberlin (The), Ltd.. 

Hovey Packing Co., Ltd 

Howe Sound Pulp 6c Paper Co., Ltd. . 

Howland 6c Walts Co., Ltd 

Huck Glove Co., Ltd 

Hudon A Orsali, Ltd 

Hudon. Hubert A Cie. Lt£e 

Hudonville Lands. Ltd 

Hudson Bay Knitting Co. (The). Ltd 
Hudson Bay Securities (The), Ltd . 
Hudson's Bay Reindeer Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Hughes Mines, Ltd 

Hughes, Owens Co., Ltd 

Hughson (W. C.) A Sons, Ltd 

Hull Beverage Co.. Ltd 

Hull Electric Co. (The) 

22—13 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Montreal, Que. . . 

50.00C 

50,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

50 , 00( 

30.00C 

Toronto, < >nt 

500. 00C 

3*5,700 

Montreal, Que 

300, 0(X 

150,000 

Montreal, Que... . 

300, 00( 

100,000 

Hamilton. Ont. . . 

loo.ooo 

10,25(1 

Toronto, Ont 

5. 000.001 

5,000,000 

Toronto, Ont 

500.000 

200.000 

Montreal, Que 

90.000 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont.. . 

150.000 

91,900 

St. Basile, Que.. . 

100,000 

100,000 

Montreal. Que 

25,000 

2,500 

Orillia, Ont 

50.000 

50,000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

45,000 


45.000 

25.000 

45.000 

16.000 

.Cobourg, Ont.. . 


100,000 

.50,000 

35,500 

16.700 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal. Que.. . 

600, 00(1 

500.000 

Ottawa. Ont 

50,000 

11.600 

Hamilton, Ont. . . 

200.000 

100,000 

Montreal, Que 

3,000,000 

1.000.000 

Montreal, Que 

200.000 

142.900 

Toronto, Ont 

15,000 

3.000 shares 
no par value. 

Montreal. Que 

300.000 

300,000 

Montreal. Que.. . 

1., 500. 000 

861.200 

Montreal. Que 

100.000 

25.000 

Montreal, Que 

.50,000 

10,000 

Montreal, Que 

500.000 

250.000 

Montreal. Que 

1.500.000 

900.000 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

50.000 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

500.000 

500.000 

Montreal, Quo 

1.000.000 

250.000 

London, Ont 

350.000 

350.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

30.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

100,000 

100.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

50.000 

5,000 

Halifax, N.S. 

4.000.000 

4.000.000 

Toronto. Ont 

50.000 

50,000 

Sarnia, Ont 

500,000 

352.500 

Toronto. Ont . 

50.000 

10.000 

Montreal. Que.. . 

100.000 

100.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

5,000.000 

2.400.000 

Winnipeg. Man. 

500.000 

350.000 

\ ancouver, B.C.. 

50,000 

13,000 

Hamilton, Ont. . 

1,000,000 

500,500 

Hamilton. Ont. . 

120,000 

117.000 

Toronto. Ont 

240.000 

120,000 

Montreal, Que 

700.000 

700.000 

Toronto. Ont 

50.000 

25.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

250.000 

141.000 

Bridgeburg, Ont 

100.000 

100,000 

Woodstock. Ont.. 

100,000 

loo.ooo 

Toronto. Ont 

40.000 

4,050 

Montreal. Que 

49.000 

49.000 

Quebec. Que 

500. (XX) 

500.000 

Toronto. Ont 

500. 000 

190,000 

Sherbrooke. Que. 

100,000 

65.000 

Toronto, Ont 

1,000 

1.000 shares 
no par value 

\ ancouver. B.C.. 

2. 500.000 

500.000 

Kitchener, Ont.. 

50.000 

15.000 

Montreal. Que 

1.000.000 

500.000 

Montreal. Que 

750,000 

500.000 

Montreal. Que 

200,000 

200.000 

Montreal. Que 

500,000 

350.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

10.. 500 

W innipeg, Man 

200.000 

30,000 

Montreal. Que 

150.000 

150,000 

Montreal. Que.. . 

250,000 

250.000 

Dttawa. Ont 

100,000 

10.600 

Hull. Que 

75.000 

75.000 

Montreal Que , 

300,000 

300.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

0 

$ 

0 












2,000 











soo 



























100.000 








705,700 



325,000 





426,000 









150.000 

100.000 









204.500 








50,000 































104,300 



22,300 













150,000 





60.000 

350,000 

500,000 






















Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


325,000 


350,000 


192 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

57.700 

i 


152,300 


150,000 




25,000 


90,000 






40,000 

26,600 




















11,500 















400.000 



220,110 



£1.650.000 

6.497.900 











20,000 

417.800 













100,000 

600,000 












2,600,000 





500,000 










750.000 



Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Hull Iron A Steel Foundries (The). 
Ltd. 

Hull Lumber Co. (The), Ltd 

Humphrey (J. A.) A Son, Ltd 

Hunt Bros.. Ltd 

Huntingdon Motors Limited 

Huot (Adolphe). Ltd 

Hurd A Co., Ltd 

Hurlbut Co. (The), Ltd 

Hurtubise. Ltee 

Hutchins Car Roofing Co.. Ltd. . . 
Hyde (John) Audit Corporation, Ltd 

Hydraulic Machinery Co., Ltd 

Hydro Appliances, Ltd 


Hull, Cue.. 


Hydrostatic Jacks, Ltd 

Hygiene Products. Ltd.. 

llvman (The C. S.) Co., Ltd.. 

Hyman (S.). Ltd ... 

Hyndman Smith Co., Ltd 


Ice Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Ice Supply Co., Ltd 

Ideal Aluminum Products, Ltd.. 

Ideal Fence A Spring Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Ideal Investments, Ltd 

Ideal Shoulder Pad Co.. Ltd. 

Imperial Coal A Coke Co., Ltd. 

Imperial Laundry. Ltd 

Imperial Lumber Yards, Ltd. 

Imperial Oil, Ltd 

Imperial Petroleum Co., Ltd. 

Imperial Pin Co., Ltd... 

Imperial Pipe Line Co.. (The) Ltd... . 

Imperial Realty Co., Ltd 

Imperial Rubber Co., Ltd... 

Imperial Steel Corporation (The) Ltd 

Imperial Tea Co., Ltd 

Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada. Ltd 
Imperial Underwriters Corporation, 
Imperial Veterans in Canada 


Ottawa, Ont 

Moncton. N.B. . . 

London. Ont 

Huntingdon, Que. 

Quebec. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Preston. Ont 

Montreal. Que.. . 
Montreal. Que... . 
Montreal. Que... . 

Montreal. Que 

Welland. Ont 


Toronto, Ont... 
Montreal. Que.. 
London, Ont.. . 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 

Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Windsor, Ont. . 


Imperial Writing Machine Co., Ltd.. 
Independent Amusement, Ltd.. . . 
Independent Concrete Pipe Co., Ltd. 

India Transportation Co., Ltd 

Indian Lake Lumber Co., (The) Ltd 
Industrial A Educational Publishing 
Co., (The) Ltd. 

Industrial Equipment Co., Ltd 

Industrial Realty Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 

Industrial Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Industrial Trading Co., Ltd 

Ingersoll File Co., Ltd 

Ingersoll Packing Co., (The) Ltd 

Inglis (The John) Co., Ltd 

Inglis, (R. J.), Ltd 

Inglis Realties, Ltd 

Innovation Daytime Bakeries of Can 
ada. Ltd. 

Inns of Court. Ltd 

Instruments. Ltd 

Insurance Exchange Corporation. Ltd. 
Intelligencer Printing A Publishing 
House, Ltd. 

Inter-Continental Transport Services, 
Ltd. 

Interlake Navigation Co., Ltd 

International Art Co., Ltd. 

International Association of Kinsmen 

Clubs 

International Braid Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Intemation Burr Corporation of 
Canada, Limited 

International Bushings, Ltd 

International Business Machines, Ltd. 
International Coal A Coke Co., Ltd. . 


Montreal. Que.. .. 

Montreal. Que 

Victoria. B.C 

Ottawa, Ont 

Moose Jaw, Sask. . 

Sarnia. Ont 

Sarnia, Ont.. 

Montreal, Que 

Sarnia, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Collingwood, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man . . . 


Montreal, Que... 
Montreal. Que... . 
Woodstock. Ont.. 
Montreal. Que — 
Winnipeg, Man.. . 
Ste. Anne de 
Bellevue. Que. 
Montreal. Que — 

Toronto, Ont 

Magog, Que 

Montreal. Que.... 

Ingersoll. Ont 

Ingersoll. Ont — 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que... . 


Montreal. Que... 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 
Belleville, Ont.. 

Montreal, Que... 


Montreal. Que 

Toronto, Ont.. .. 
Hamilton, Ont... 


Montreal, Que... 

Belleville, Ont.. 

Toronto, Ont.. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Coleman, Alta.. 


$ 

250.000 

600.000 
500.000 

500.000 
25,000 

200.000 

25.000 

150.000 

49.000 
500 000 

50.000 

200.000 

105.000 

40.000 

100.000 

3.000. 000 

20.000 

25.000 

250.000 

200.000 

500.000 

300.000 

100.000 

49.000 

4.500.000 

50.000 

2.000. 000 
50.000.000 
50.000.000 

100.000 
1.000.000 

800.000 

20.000 

1 . 100.000 

49.000 
48.733.309 

1.000.000 

Without 

share 

capital 

100.000 

250.000 

200.000 

40.000 

100.000 

1.000.000 

20.000 

500.000 

50.000 

50.000 

500.000 
1.000.000 
1.000.000 

48.000 

100.000 

25.000 

100.000 

200.000 

1.000.000 

25.000 

250.000 

500.000 

50.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

50.000 

40.000 

25.0 0.000 
2.000.000 
3.000.000 


$ 

154.500 

500.000 
151,300 

204.000 
25.000 

106,200 


106.600 

39.600 

225.000 

37.500 

10.000 

750 shares 
no par value. 
10.000 

51.500 

1.355.000 
20.000 

700 

174.200 

20.000 

350.000 

150.000 

40.000 

49.000 
4.000.500 

35.500 

1 .500.000 
39.706.950 

500 

100.000 

680.000 

400.000 

20.000 

879,890 

25.000 

31,432.500 

457,400 


150,000 

90,000 


6.497.900 


50.000 
190.200 
100.000 

40.000 

75.000 

500.000 

11.000 

160.000 

30.000 
5.000 

250.000 

400.000 

1 . 000.000 

48.000 

100.000 

25.000 

62.000 

71.000 

1 . 000.000 

25.000 

25.000 

96.000 

15.000 


100.000 

600.000 


2,600.000 


120.000 


20.000 

8,100 

600 

1 , 000.000 

3.000.000 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


COMPANIES ACT 


193 


List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 10G 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


International Correspondence Schools 
Canadian, Ltd. 

International Creditors Association 
Ltd. 

International Debenture Corporation, 
Ltd. 

International De Lavaud Mfg. Corpor- 
ation, Ltd. 

International Elevator Co., Ltd 

International Equipment Co., Ltd. 
International Fibre Board Co., Ltd . 
International Holiness Church 


Montreal, Que... . 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Toronto, Ont 


Winnipeg, Man.. . 
Montreal, Que... . 
Montreal, Que... . 
Powassan, Ont.. . 


internation Laboratories, Ltd. 
International Light <fc Power Co., Ltd 
International Magnesite Co., Ltd.. 
International Mineral Separator Co 
Ltd. 

Internation Motor Boat Co., (The) 
Limited 

International Nickel Co. of Canada 
(The) Ltd. 

International Oilfields Mining & Re- 
fining Co.. Ltd. 

International Ore Corporation, Ltd.. 


International Petroleum Co., Ltd.. 


St. Boniface, Man 
Toronto, Ont... . . . 

Calumet, Que 

Calgary. Alta... 


Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Toronto, Ont... 
Toronto, Ont... 


Sarnia, Ont 


International Railway Publishing Co., 
Ltd... 

International Plow Works of Canada, 
Ltd. 

International Royalties Co.. Ltd. 

International Securities Investment 
Corporation (The) Ltd. 

International Silver Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

International Stock Food Consumers 
Co. (The) Ltd. 

International L’tilities Finance Corpor- 
ation, Ltd. 

International Waterways Navigation, 
Ltd. 

Interprovincial Brick Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Interprovincial Clay Products, Ltd. 

Interprovincial Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Interprovincial Trading Corporation 
Ltd. 

Interwoven Stocking Co. of Canaria. 
Ltd. 

Inventions, Ltd 

Investment Registry of Canada, (The) 
Ltd. 

Investors Service Corporation of Can 
ada, Ltd. 


Invictus Shoe, Ltd. 

Ionic Investment Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Que.. 
Hamilton, Ont. 


Toronto, Ont . . 
Toronto, Ont.. 


Toronto, Ont... 
Toronto, Ont... 
Toronto, Ont... 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont . 


Toronto, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C.. 
Kingston, Ont.. 

Kitchener, Ont.. 

Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que... . 

Toronto, Ont 


Montreal. Que.. . 
Bobcaygeon, Ont. 


Iron Works (The), Ltd. 

Irving (J. D.), Ltd 

Itabira Corporation, Ltd. 


Owen Sound, Ont 
Buetouche. N.B.. 
Toronto, Ont... . 


Italian Canadian Soldiers Aid. 


Toronto, Ont.. 


Italian Mosaic & Marble Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Italian War Veterans Association of 


Canada 

Italo Canadian Products, Ltd 

Ives Bedding Co., Ltd . . 

Ives Dental Co., Ltd 

22— 13J 


Toronto, Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Montreal, Que.. 
Cornwall. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


S 

200,000 

100,000 

100,000 

6 , 000,000 

500.000 

250.000 

350.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

300.000 

20 . 000,000 

250.000 

50.000 
1 , 160,000 

50 . 000 . 000 

£ 3 . 000,000 

100,000 
shares no 
par value 
:'i). nun nnn 
shares 

50.000 
2 , 500,000 

25.000 

1,000 

shares no 
par value 

2 . 000 . 000 

50.000 

100,000 

72.000 

500.000 

500.000 

50.000 

2 . 000.000 

40.000 

50,0 Jo 

100.000 

200,000 


S 

200.000 

100,000 

100,000 

5 . 000,000 

324.000 

38,200 

109.200 


50.000 
3,000 

shares no 
par value 

96.000 

99.000 

250.000 
shares no 
par value 
Without 

share 

capital. 

25,000 

Without 

share 

capital 

50.000 

750.000 

20.000 


300.000 

3 . 000 . 000 

250.000 
28.100 

1 . 000 . 000 

45 . 000 . 000 

£ 1 , 278,942 

100,000 

shares 

7 , 123,544 
shares of 
no par value 

30.000 

2 . 500.000 

25.000 
850 

shares 

210.700 

500 

10.000 
6.000 

200.000 

50.000 
25,100 

2 . 000 . 000 

40.000 

35.000 

100,000 

6.000 
shares no 
par value 

12,500 
2,405 
shares no 
par value 

62.000 
99,000 

22 shares 


25.000 


5.000 

285,700 

20.000 


711.000 

100.000 

i 50. 000 


1 . 275,000 


£ 400,000 


£ 400,000 


116,000 


500.000 

19.500 


66,000 

146.200 

150.000 


4.500 

200.000 


£ 2 , 507,545 

50,000 


£ 2 , 507,545 

50,000 


53.500 



194 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Jackson Construction Co.. Ltd 

Jacobs Asbestos Mining Co. of Tket- 
ford, Ltd. 

Jahn (The W. K.) Co., Ltd 

James Corporation. Ltd. 

James Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Jamieson (R. C.) & Co., Ltd 

Jamieson-Robertson, Ltd 

Jardine (A. B.) & Co., Ltd 

Jefferson Mines, Ltd 


Jeffress (E. W.), Ltd 

Jenckes Canadian Co., Ltd. 


Jenckes Machine Co., (The) Ltd 

Jenkins Bros., Ltd 

Jenkins, (B.M. & T.) Ltd. 

Jenkins (The W. A.) Mfg. Co.. Ltd 
Jennings Refining Co., Ltd . 

Jergens (The Andrew) Co., Ltd.. 

Jersey’s, Ltd ........... 

Jewish Immigrant Aid Society 
Canada. 


Johnson Art Galleries, Ltd.. 

Johnston Bros., Ltd 

Johnson & Higgins (Canada), Ltd. 
Johnson & Johnson, Ltd. 
Johnson-Richardson, Ltd... 


Head Office 


Egmondville, Ont 
Montreal, Que 


Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Hespeler, Ont. 
Jefferson Mines 
Ont. 


Walkerville, Ont. 
Drumiuondville, 
Que. 

Sherbrooke. Que. 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Toronto, Ont.. 

London, Ont 

Calgary. Alta. 

Perth, Ont 

Toronto. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Johnson (S. C.) & Sons. Ltd... 
Johnson Wire Works (The), Ltd. 


Montreal, Que.. 
Brantford, Ont. 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Brantford, Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Johnstone Strait Lumber Co., Ltd.. 
Johnson Temperature Regulating Co. 
of Canada, Ltd. 

Joliette Steel Products, Ltd 

Jonek, Ltd 

Jones (Geo. F.) & Co., Ltd.. 

Jones Grant & Lunhara, Ltd 

Jones Motor Sales. Ltd 

Jopling (G. J .) & Sons, Ltd 

Joflt Co., The Ltd 
Journal of Commerce Publishing Co., 
(The) Ltd. 

Junkir.s (The Sydney E.) Co., Ltd 

Just Motors, Ltd 

Jute Industries (Canada), Ltd 

Kahn (Albert), Ltd 

Kaministiqpia Power Co., Ltd 
Kanadda Biscuit Co. of Canada. I.td. 
Knrkcx, I united 

K as sab Kimona Mfg. Co (The), Ltd. 
Kaufman Rubber Co.. Ltd 
Kaumagraph, T imited, of Canada. 
Havana gh Provision Co., Ltd 
Kayaer (Julius) Co., Ltd 
Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co., Ltd. 
Kelly (Thomas) & Sons. Ltd 
Kel-Ola Co., Ltd 

Kelvin Bottom Icy »fc Baird (Canada), 
I imited. 

Kemp Metal Auto Wheel Co. (The), 
Limited. 

Kemptville Creameries, Ltd 

Kennedy Construction Co., Ltd 

Kennedy (H. 1 .), Ltd 

Kennedy T umber Co., Ltd 

Kennedy Taxis, Ltd 

Kennedy (Win.) <fc Sons, Ltd 

Kenney (W. A.) & Co., Ltd 

Keno, Hill, Limited 

Kent (E. E.), Ltd 


Kenwood Mills, Ltd 

Kenworthy Brothers of Canada, Ltd. 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Vancouver. B.C.. 
Toronto, Ont.. 

Montreal, Que.. 
Sudbury, Ont. . 
Toronto, Ont . 
Montreal. Que... 
Ottawa, Ont. . 

Pot< rboroueh, Ont 
Montreal, Que.. 
Ste. Anne dc Bell- 
evue, Que. 
Winnipeg, Man. . 
Montreal. Que. 
Toronto, Cnt. . 
Lord, Ont... 
Montreal, Que. . 
Brantford, < >nt. . 
Toronto. Ont. •. 
Montreal, Que... 
Kitchener, Ont. . 

Paris, Ont 

Montreal. Quo. . 
Sheri rooke, Que. 
Toronto. Ont. . 
Winnipeg. Man 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Que. 

Toronto. Ont. . 

Kemptville, Ont 
Montreal. Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . 
Winnipeg, Man 
Montreal, Que. .. 
Owen Sound. Ont 
Kazubazua, Que 
Toronto. Ont 
Ste. Anne de 
Bellevue. Que. 
Amprior, Ont. 

St. Johns, Que . 


$ 

30.000 
1,500,000 

10.000 

300.000 

250.000 

450.000 
50,000 

300.000 
2,500 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


40.000 

2,250,000 

1 . 000.000 

750.000 

350.000 

150.000 

500.000 

1 , 000.000 

50,000 

Without 

share 

capital 

50.000 

500.000 

20.000 

400.000 

175.000 


300.000 

225.000 


500.000 

50.000 

375.000 
50,0f0 
40.0C0 

60.000 

40.000 

100.000 

50.000 
500. COO 


30.000 
1.500.000 

10.000 

300.000 
81.500 

113.5(H) 
500 
274.800 
500 
shares of no 
par value 
40.000 

750.000 

298,900 

500.000 

350.000 

110.000 

400,005 

1 . 000.000 

20.200 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


400. 

400, 

50. 

25. 

2,500. 

1 , 000 . 

20 

100 , 

2 , 000 . 

50, 

200 

500. 

40, 

1,000, 

200 , 


1.000. 00C 

50.000 

250.000 

100.000 
100.000 
500.000 

95.000 

25.000 

1.000. 000 

50.000 

1 . 000,000 

150.000 


50.000 

255.000 

20.000 

400.00 

10.000 
share no 0 
par value 

249,900 

500 

shares of no 
par value 

500.000 

50.000 

275.000 

18.000 

20.000 

4.0QO 

19.500 

50.000 

50.000 

250.000 

205.500 
100 0(0 

25.0 0 

25.000 
2.497,000 

21.800 
18.600 
100 000 
500,020 

33.000 
70.0C0 

375.000 
1.000 

8 10 000 
I04.6CO 

25.000 

453.100 

28 000 

60.000 
80.000 

100.000 

300.000 
88,200 
10.000 

764.510 

50.000 

738.000 

2.000 

shares no 
par value 


140.300 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
\ut horizcd 


600,000 


.500,000 


125,000 


200,000 


1,500 


107.000 

150.000 


45,700 


250,000 


135,000 


2 , 000,000 


42,000 


30,400 


200,000 


150,000 


100.000 


50.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


600,000 


250,000 


135.000 


2 . 000.000 


100,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


195 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 10G 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Comapny 


Ker A Goodwin Machinery Co., Ltd 

Kerr (The Albert) Co.. Ltd 

Kert Brothers, Ltd 

Keys Supply Co., Ltd 

Keystone Garments, Ltd 

Keystone Products. Ltd 

Keystone Transportation Co. of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

Keystone Transports. Ltd 


Kidd-Rutherfurd Co. (The), Ltd.. 

Kieman Engravers, Ltd 

Kilby (M. &), Ltd 

Kilgour Bros., Ltd 


Kilgour (J. W.) A Bro., Ltd 

Killam Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Kinders ley (Saskatchewan) Farm 
Lands, Ltd. 

King Marceau, Ltd 

King Taper Box Co.. (The) Ltd 

King Separator Works, Ltd 

King (Warden), Ltd 

Kingdon Mining, Smelting A Mfg. Co.. 
Limited. 

Kingsbury Footwear Co., Ltd 

Kipawa Co., Ltd 

Kipawa Power Co., Ltd 

Kipp, Kelly, Ltd 

Kirby (T. Sydney) Co., Ltd 

Kirke Music Co., (The) Ltd 

Kirkwood Line, Ltd 

Kirsch Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd. .. 
Kirstin-Hase Co., Ltd 


Kitchen Overall A Shirt Co., (The 
Limited. 

Kitchener Buttons, Ltd 

Kitsumkallum Timber Co., (The) Ltd 

Klein (S.), Ltd 

Kleker (Bernard) A Co., Ltd 

Klipstein (A.) A Co., Ltd 

KlotzCo., (The) Ltd 

Knight (The W. F.) Advertising Co.. 
Limited. 

Knitters, Limited 

Knit-to-Fit Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Knox Brothers, Ltd 

Koehring Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Kolok. Limited 

Kops Bros y Ltd 

Kraft-MacLaren Cheese Co., Ltd 

Kruger Paper Co., Ltd 

Kumfort Specialities, Ltd 

L. A N. Co., Limited 

L. P. Securities, Ltd 

Labatt (John), Ltd 

Labelle (H. P.) A Cie, Limitie 

Laberge, Chevalier A Co., Ltd 

Laboratoirc Nadeau, Limitle 

I-abomtoiresPollenc Frdresdu Canada 
Limitle. 

Labrador Fisheries, Ltd 

Labrador Goldfields. Ltd 

Labrador Pulp A Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Lachino Transportation A Coal Co., 
Ltd. 

Lackawanna. McCrory Coal Co., Ltd 

1-a Cie & bois B6dard, Limit£e 

La Cie de Bois, Limit6e 


La Cie de Bois Fortin, Limitfe 

La Cie de C. H. Catelli, Limit£e ... 
a Cie de Glaci£res C. P. Fabiea, Li- 
mitle. 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

- 

Issued 

Preference 

SU Ck 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


.500.000 

212.000 





250.000 

250.000 





.50.000 

10.200 





24.000 

20.600 





40.000 

13.050 





20,000 

20.000 





I.SOO.OOO 

1.800,000 




Montreal, Que. . 

1,000 

1.000 


2,500.000 

2,206.000 


shares no 

shares. 





par value. 






50.000 

2,000 

4S.0O0 




50,000 

15,200 





50.000 

7,700 

20.000 




10.000 ah. 

250,000 

1,000,000 




of $100 each, 

shares no 




300,000 

par value. 





shares no 






par value . 





Beauharnois, Que 

300.000 

227,600 





20.000 

20.000 




Winnipeg, Man — 

600.000 

590,000 

9,440 

623,933 

623,933 

Montreal. Que 

50,000 

25,000 




Montreal. Que 

40.500 

40.400 




Bridgeburg, Ont. . 

50.000 

50.000 




Montreal, Que 

1.000.000 

150.000 

400.000 

300,000 

166.000 

Montreal, Que 

750.000 

750.000 





300.000 

300.000 


300,000 

267.000 

Montreal. Que 

20,000.000 

S. 000. 000 

6.000 000 

Toronto, Ont 

1.000,000 

100,500 



Winnipeg. Man — 

150.000 

100.000 

12,500 



[ )ttawa, « >nt 

100.000 

60.000 




Rtawa, Ont 

40.000 

4,000 




Montreal, Que.... 

250.000 

125.000 

10,600 



Woodstock, Ont. . 

50,000 

50.000 




Sault Ste. Marie. 

650.000 

175.000 

36,500 



Ont. 






Brantford. Ont... 

100.000 

50,950 




Kitchener, <>nt... 

500,000 

234.400 




Toronto, Ont 

1,500.000 

1,500,000 




Montreal, Que 

50.000 

50.000 




Montreal. Que 

30.000 

30.000 




Montreal. Que 

20.000 

20.000 




Montreal. Que 

100.000 

75,000 




Ottawa, Ont 

50,000 

4,500 

610 



Marieville, Que. . 

450,000 

450.000 




Montreal. Que 

1.000.000 

1,000.000 




Montreal, Que 

1,000.000 

200.500 

500,000 



Toronto. Ont 

52,500 

2,500 

50.000 



I.ondon, Ont 

1,000,000 

320,400 




Toronto. Ont 

200.000 

200.000 




Montreal. Que. .. 

1.000.000 

500.000 

326.300 



Montreal. Que 

100.000 

30. 100 










St. Johns, Que 

150.000 

110.000 




Montreal. Que 

500.000 

500.000 


£ 300.000 

£ 269,000 

I.ondon, Ont 

250.000 

250.000 


Montreal, Que 

250,000 

118.000 

100,000 



Montreal, Que 

200.000 

100.000 


300,000 


Montreal, Que 

100,000 

100.000 



Montreal, Que 

200,000 

45,000 




Quebec, Que 

200.000 

86,200 




Montreal, Que 

50.000 

39,500 




Toronto, Ont 

1,500.000 

1,500.000 




Montreal, Quo 

50.000 

10,000 




Montreal. Que 

200.000 

20.000 




Joliette. Que 

250,000 

120.000 




L'Assomption, 

95,000 

30.900 




Que. 






Chainl>ord June- 

25,000 

25,000 




tion, Que. 






Montreal, Que 

500.000 

100,000 

150.000 



Montreal, Que. .. 

100,000 

100,000 




196 


DEPARTMEXT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


1a Cie da Publication de La Presse. 
Limit6e. 

La Cie de Publicity Rurale. Limitde.. . 
La Cie Internationale dea Beaux Arts, 
Limit6e. 

La Cie J. A. Laughran, I imit6o 

La Cie J. J. Braird, Limitde 

La Compagnie Canadienne de Papete- 
rie, Limitde. 

La Compagnie Canadienne des Cours 
par Correspondence, Limit4e. 

La Compagnie Canadienne Transatlan 

tique, Limit^e 

La Compagnie d’Eclairage de Yama- 
chiche, Limit£e. 

La Compagnie de Construction de 
Peuple, Limit^e. 

La Compagnie de Publication de La 
Patrie, Limit6e. 

La Compagnie de Chaussures de Fra- 
serville, Limit£e. 

La Compagnie Digested, Limit4e 
La Compagnie d’lmmeubles de Mont- 
real, LimitSe. 

La Compagnie Electrique de Rock- 
land, Limit6e. 

La Compagnie Electrique des Lauren- 
tides, Limit6e. 

La Compagnie G£n6rnle de Frais Fun6 
raires, Limitde. 

La Compagnie Jutras, T.imit6e 

La Compagnie Mutuelle d’lmmeubles, 
Limit6e. 

La Compagnie Louis Caron et Fils, 
Limit6e. 

La Compagnie Provinciale d’lmmeu- 
bles, Limit6e. 

La Corona Hotel Co., Ltd 

Lacroix & Leger, LimitGe 

Lacroix Insurance, Limited 

L’Action Sociale, Limit6e 

Ladner Lumber, Limited 

Lady Belle Shoe Co., Ltd 

La F6d6ration des • Femmes Cana 
diennes-Frangaises. 


I-afleur (I. L.), Limit£e 

Lafleur (O. B.) & Fils. Limitle 

L’Agonce D’ Importation, Limitde — 
Laidlaw, Belton Lumber Co., Ltd — 
Laid law (R.) Lumber Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Que.. 

Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Quo.. 

Montreal. Que. 
Montreal. Que. 
Joliette.Que... 


Montreal, Que.... 
Montreal, Que.... 


Three Rivers, 
Que. 

Montreal, Que.. 


Montreal, Que — 
Fraserville, Que. 


Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Rockland. Ont 

Laurentides, Que. 
Montreal, Quo 


Victoria ville, Que, 
Montreal, Que 


Nicolet, Que... 
Montreal, Quo.. 


Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Quebec, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Kitchener, Ont... 
Ottawa, Ont 


Montreal, Que.. 
Lachute, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 

Sarnia, Ont 

Toronto, Ont... 


Lake Erie Navigation Co.. Ltd 

Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Ltd. 
Lake St. Louis Land Co., (The) Ltd. 

Lake Steamship Co., Ltd 

Lake Superior Paper Co., Ltd 

Lake Winnipeg Paper Co., (The) Ltd.. 

Lalonde Desroches. Limitde 

La Maison Girouard, I imit£e 

Lamarre & Cie, Limits© 

Lamarre (W.) Co., Ltd 

Lambert (Dr. J. O.), Lt£e 

Lambic Patents of Canada, Ltd 

Lamb’s Market, Limited 

Lammers & Maase, Ltd 

La Mode, Ltd 

Lamontagne, Ltd 

La Monte (George) & Sons, Ltd 

Lamoreux- Kelly, Ltd 

Lamplough (F. W.) & Co., Ltd 

Lamy (P.) «& Frfcre, Lt6e 

Lancashire Dpamo & Motor Co. of 
Canada (The), Ltd. 

Lanetot (Alfred) «fc Fils, Lt6e 

Land, I>og «fc Lumber Co. (The), Ltd.. 
Land Securities Co. of Canada (The), 
Ltd. 


Walkerville, Ont. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Port Arthur, Ont. 
Sault Ste. Marie, 
Ont. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

St. Hyacinth*, 

St. Remi, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Quo 

Sherbrooke, Que. 
Winnipeg, Man. . . 
Montreal. Quo 


Landau <fc Cormack, Ltd 


Montreal, Que. 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debenture.- 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


* 

,250,000 


S 

750,000 


100.000 

37,600 

16.600 

16.600 

90,000 

13,500 

50.000 

39.600 

49,000 

44,500 

500,000 

45,000 

1,000,000 

100,000 

100,000 

58.930 

50,000 

4,500 

500,000 

335.050 

50,000 

40,650 

100.000 

100.000 

20,000 

8,100 

200,000 

68.000 

149.000 

63,400 

150,000 

86,000 

100.000 

11.900 

100.000 

70,000 

50,000 

40,500 

100,000 

15,600 

50,000 

49.SOO 

99,500 

75.00C 

500.000 

5UO.OOC 

1,000.000 

162. 20C 

200,000 

155. 00C 

50.000 

50.000 

Without 
share 
capital. 
SO. 000 

80,000 

50.000 

50.000 

4L00O 

23,700 

200.000 

200.000 

2,000,000 

100. 000 

40,000 

shares no 
par value. 
40,000 

5.500,000 

3,500.000 

38,340 

38.340 

500.000 

420.000 

8.000,000 

5,000.000 

5.000.000 

4.000,000 

49,600 

49, 600 

500.000 

160. 00C 

195,000 

98,500 

100.000 

44.000 

250,000 

115,000 

150.000 

150.000 

50,000 

50.000 

200.000 

65.000 

50.000 

20.000 

2,000.000 

250.000 

50,000 

50.000 

50,000 

10,000 

50.000 

10,000 

49,000 


50.000 

35,000 

50.000 

39,900 

3(H). 000 

150, 00C 

200,000 

200,000 

200,000 

S9.100 


500,000 











257,000 

50,000 

23,500 

3,000 



450,000 

1,050 




68,000 





50.000 























2L300 







1,500,000 

1.000,000 



3,000,000 

5.535,333 



90.500 

15.000 










35,000 



1.022.500 

600.000 





30,000 










Debentures 
or Ronds 
Issued 


$ 


50,000 


317,000 


1 . 000.000 

5,535,333 


600,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


197 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Lando (Nathan) Co., Ltd 

Lander Brothers, Ltd 

Landes, Ltd 

Landry Pulpwood Co., Ltd 

Lane (The H. M.) Co., Ltd 

Lang Shirt Co. (The), Ltd 

Lane; Tanning Co. (The), Ltd 

Langclier (J. Donat), Lt6e 

Langford (H. G.), Ltd 

Langlois, Simard, Ltd 

Langslow, Ltd 

La Parisienne Shoe Co., Ltd 

Laporte, Irwin, Ltd 

Laporte, Martin. Lt4e 

La Reina Mineral A Soda Water, Ltd 

Larocque (J. A.), Ltd 

La Salle I>ead Products, Ltd 

'i ( 'at lmlniue <!<•«, \oya- 
geurs de Commerce. 

Last Post Fund 


La Traverse de L6vis, Lt6e 

Latt (J.) A Co., Ltd 

La Tuque Cement Brick Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Laurent ian Chemical Co., Ltd 

Laurent inn Land Co., Ltd 

Laurent ide Air Service, Ltd 

Laurent ide Co., Ltd 

Laurentide Mica Co. of Canada, Ltd. . 

Laurent ide Power Co., Ltd 

Laurie Machinery Co.. Ltd.. 

Laval Photoplays, Ltd.. 

Lawrence (W. Floral Co., Ltd 

Lawson Patent Process Co. of Canada 
(The). Ltd. 

Layton Bros., Ltd 

Lazar.- L. P.) A Co., Ltd 

Leach Piano Co., Ltd 

Leahey (E. O.) i Co., Ltd 

Leaside Engineering Co., Ltd 

I.’Eau Ozoni*6e, I t6e 

LeBeau <F. R.), Ltd 

Lcclair (O.), Ltd 

Le Courrier Federal. Lite 

Le Credit Industrie!, Lt6e 

Le Credit Metropolitan, Lt6e 

Leddy-McFarlane. Ltd 

Lcdoux Jennings, Ltd 

Lee Coal Co., Ltd 

Lee (Judson G.), Ltd 

Lee (Wm.), Ltd 

Leeds .Importing Co., Ltd 

Lee ming Miles Co., Ltd 

Lefebvre (Alderic), Ltd 

Leiahmnn (Wm. H.) A Co., Ltd 

Leitch (The Arthur S.) Co., Ltd 

Lematire (Paul), LuSe 

Le May, Ltd 

Lemire (E.) A Fils, Lt6e 

Lennard (S.) & Sons, Ltd 

Leonard (E.) A Sons. Ltd 

Leonard Fisheries, Ltd 

Leone (Joseph) A Co., Ltd 

Lepage Marble Works, Ltd 

Le Ross Imports, Ltd 

Ix>s Etablissements de Coton Asop- 
tique du Canada, Lt6e. 

Leslie <A. C.) A Co.. Ltd 

Leslie Tinware Co. (The), Ltd 

Lessard (J. A.), Lt5e 

Lesaard (T.) A Sons, Ltd 

Les UsinesChimiques du Canada, Lt^e. 
Le Syndicat D’Oeuvres Socisles, Lt5e. 
Le Syndicat des Mddecinee des Eaux 
Mindralea Naturelles du Canada, 
Lt6e. 

Letang Hardware Co. (The), Ltd 


Head Office 


Montreal, Que. 
Guelph, Ont. . 
Montreal, Que. 



Kitchener, Ont.... 
Kitchener, Ont... . 

Montreal. Que 

< *t? iwa, Ont 

Haileybury, Ont.. 

Cobourg. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que... . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Windsor, Ont 

Montreal, Quo.. 


Montreal, Que. 


Quebec, Que 

Montreal, Que 

La Tuque, Que.... 

Toronto, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Quo 

Ottawa, Ont. 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

• Mt.-iwa, Ont 

Leaside. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

< >f tawa, < »nf 

Ot tawa, Ont 

Quebec. Quo 

Monti eal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Oue 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que.. . . 

Montreal. Quo 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Quo 

Toronto. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Dundas, Ont 

London, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal, Quo 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 


Montreal, Que. 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


$ 


35.000 

150.000 

49.000 

100,000 

1O.IMI0 
i "ii, in hi 
600,000 

400.000 

50.000 
100. 0(10 

500.000 

500.000 

25.000 
1,000,000 

75.000 

200.000 

40.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

Without 

share 

capital. 

500.000 

50.000 

30.000 

590.000 

100.000 

150.(100 

35.000. 000 

25.000 
10,500,000 

25.000 

300.000 

75.000 

100.000 

500.000 

50.000 

145.000 

150.000 

10 . 000 . 000 

49.000 

50.000 

100.000 

45.000 

300.000 
1.000,000 

40.000 

250.000 

25.000 

50.000 

200.000 

25.000 

100,000 

25.000 
200,000 
100,000 

90.000 

250.000 

50 . 000 

300.000 
000.000 

765.000 

75.000 

50.000 
50,000 

250.000 


500.000 

100.000 

65.000 
21,1.50 

35.000 
100.000 
150,000 


99,999 


Common 
St< »ek 
Issued 


270,000 


7,200 


75.000 
28,800,000 

25.000 
10,500,000 

5,000 

93.250 


100,000 


100 , 

20 , 

102 , 

51, 

5,035, 

24. 

10 , 


30. 

211 , 

201 , 

25. 

224, 

10 , 

30, 

100 , 

25. 

75, 

25, 

195, 

100 , 

45. 

141, 

50. 

250. 

202 , 

284, 

40, 

13, 

10 . 

250. 


375.000 

100.000 
38,600 
21,150 
35,000 
82.800 

125.000 


75,100 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

S 



% 

22,500 










85,400 



17,000 











500,000 

13,400 












9,900 



168,700 

100,000 

26.000 






8,920,000 




1,500 



200,000 









25,000 



89,600 





94,300 









78. 100 











45.000 


100,000 




80,000 

216,700 

350.000 


















128.000 





Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


8,920,000 


75,000 


350,000 


77,500 


198 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Levesque (A. H.), Ltd 

Levesque «fc Rinfret, Ltd 

Levy (H.) & Sons, Ltd 

Lewis Bros., Ltd 

Lewis Fngincering Co. (The), Ltd.. 

Lewis (G. A.) Co., Ltd 

Ley & Me Allan, Ltd 

Liberty Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Libraire, Garneau, Lt(*e 

Librairie Beachemin, Lt6e 
Liggett (Louis Iv.) Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Quo.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Quebee, Que. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont.. 


Liggett’s Ltd 

Liehtolier Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Lillibridge Oil Burners, Ltd. 


Limoges (Z.) & Cie, Lt6e. 
Lincoln Mills, Ltd 


Linde Canadian Refrigeration Co., Ltd. 

Lindsay (C. W.). Ltd 

Linton Apartments, Ltd 

Lion Grinding Wheels, Ltd 

Lion Vinegar Co., Ltd 

Lippi* & Gariepy, Lteo 

Lipton Hotel Co., Ltd 

Liquid Carbonic Co., Ltd 

Listening Post Publishing Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Lister (R. A.) & Co. (Canada), Ltd.. 

Tattle (T. B.) Co., Ltd 

Live Wire Co. (The), Ltd 

Livshitz (Joseph) & Co., Ltd 

Loblaw Stores, Ltd 

Lock-Footwear Co., Ltd 

Lockhart Wcstcott Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Lockwood, Greene & Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Lockwood Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Loew’s Hamilton Theatres, Ltd 

Loew’s Ixindon Theatres, Ltd 

Loew’s Marcus Theatres, Ltd 


Locw’s Metropolitan (Montreal), Ltd 

Ixiew's Montreal Theatres, Ltd 

Loew’s Ottawa Theatres, Ltd 


Loew’s Windsor Theatres, Ltd 

Logan Woollens, Ltd 

I/Ogue (Charles), Ltd 

Lombard Investment Co., Ltd 

Lomme (J. A.) & Cie, Ltee 

London & North British Corporation 
Ltd. 

London <fc Pctrolia Barrel Co., Ltd.. 
Ixmdon-Canadian Corporation, Ltd.. . 
London Cold Storage & Warehousing 
Co. (The), Ltd. 

London Concrete Machinery Co., Ltd 

London Gas Power Co., Ltd 

1 « I 1«'I I I I'TY M jIL, i.tll 

London Jockey Club, Ltd 

London Soap Co. (The), Limited 

I.ong (T.) & Bro., Ltd 

Lonsdale & Bartholomew (Canada) 
Ltd. 

Loomis, McFee, Henrv <fc McDonald 
Ltd. 

T,oraine Chocolate Corporation, Ltd. . 
Lord Ormonde Steamship Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Lord Strathcona Steamship Co., Ltd 
Louden Machinery Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Louison Lumber Co., Ltd 


Lovell & Christmas (Canada). Ltd.. . 
Lovell (John) & Son, Ltd 


Head Office 


Toronto, Ont... 
Montreal. Que.. 
Guelph, Ont . . . 


Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Brock ville, Ont 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont 
Montreal, Que . 

Hamilton. Ont. 
Montreal, Que. . 
Guelph, Ont . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Winnipeg, Man. . 
Montreal, Que. . 

Brantford, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Toronto, Ont . . . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 


Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que.. 

Toronto, Ont. . . 
Renfrew, Ont. . . 
Maniwaki, Que. 
Montreal, Que. . 
St. Johns, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 


London, Ont . 
Toronto, Ont. . 
London, Ont . 


London, Ont. . . 
Ix>ndon, Ont. . 
London, Ont. . 
Montreal. Que 
London, Ont . . 
Collingwood, Ont 
Montreal, Que. . 

Vancouver, B.C. 


Toronto. Ont . . . 
Montreal, Quo. . 


Montreal, Que. . 

Guelph, Ont 

Jacquet River, 
N.B. 

Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Que. 


Author- 

Common 

ized 

Stock 

Capital 

Issued 

S 

S 

50,000 

30.000 

100.000 

31,400 

199,999 

173, (X 0 

l.ooo.oor 

473,0(0 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 

50,000 

4,200 

10,000 

10.000 

100.000 

25,000 

250.000 

171,000 

500,000 

500,000 

53,000 
shares no 

22,717 

shares. 

par value. 

150,000 

125,000 

50.000 

25.900 

50,000 

1,000 shares 
no pur value. 

300,000 

100,000 

1,575,000 

15,000 

shares no 
par value. 


100.000 

100.000 

1.000.000 

500.000 

600.000 

200.000 

140.000 

99.000 

50.000 

14,500 

175.000 

96,000 

250,000 

250.000 

10.000 

10,000 

20,000 

9,625 

1.000,000 

760.500 

200. 000 

200.000 

100.000 

50.000 

50.000 

26,500 

100.000 

59,800 

250,000 

80.000 

50,000 

50.000 

10,000 

7,000 

40.000 

8,900 

1.000.000 

500.000 

1,000.000 

500.000 

1,750,000 

750,000 

1.000.000 

487,600 

1.750.000 

750.000 

1,860,000 

700,000 

1,300,000 

700,000 

300.000 

170.000 

350.000 

284,200 

500,000 

419,300 

100,000 

100.000 

40,000 

40,000 

500,000 

254,600 

1.000.000 

25,000 

150,000 

100,000 

500,000 

321.300 

100,000 

100. 000 

160.000 

20 . 000 

250. 000 

28.000 

250,000 

100.000 

100,000 

79,200 

50.000 

40,000 

500,000 

150,500 

600,000 

185.000 

500 shares 

500 shares 

no par 

value. 


1.500.000 

1.500,000 

250.000 

200,000 

450.000 

200,000 

1,000.000 

400,000 

130,000 

100,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


3,500 


4,000 


127,300 

570,250 


146.500 

343,000 


1,725 


25,000 


350.000 

337.410 

653,900 


394.500 

750.000 

700.000 

500.000 


100,000 


115,000 


156,300 


50,000 

250,000 


17,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


500,000 


2,500,000 


892,100 


1,500,000 

400.000 

(notes) 


250.000 

(notes) 


75,000 


100,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


250,000 


2,029,500 


892,100 


600,000 

170,100 

(notes) 


188,400 

(notes) 


75,000 


100,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


199 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Xante of Company 


Head Office 


Lovell (R. J.) Co.. Ltd 

Lowe (Joe) Co., Ltd 

Lowe-Martin Co., Ltd 

Lowndes Co. (The), Ltd 

Lowney (The Walter M.) Co. of Can- 
adu, Ltd. 

Lowry's, Limited 

Lubri-Gaiters, Ltd 

Lucknow Table Co. (Private), Ltd.. . 

Luke Brothers, Ltd 

Lukis, Stewart A Co., Ltd 

Lumber A Ties, Ltd 

Lumsden Engineering A Transport Co., 
Ltd. 


Toronto, Ont. . . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
< )ttawa, Ont. . . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que. . 

Montreal, Que . 
Montreal, Que . 
Lucknow, Ont . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que . . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 


L’ Union 
tawa. 


Nationale Francaisc d’Ot- 


Ottawa, Ont 


Luxite Textiles of Canada, Ltd 

Lyall (P.) A Sons Construction Co., 
Ltd. 

Lyall (William) Shipbuilding Co., 
(The). Ltd. 

Lyman Bros. A Co., Ltd 

Lyman-Knox Co., Ltd 

Lymans, Ltd 

Lyman Tube A Supply Co. , Ltd 

Lyon’s Cut Rate Drug Store, Ltd 

Lytle Engineering Co., Ltd 

M.&M. Mfe.Co., Ltd 

M. & S. Co.. Ltd 

McArthur (Alex.) A Co., Ltd 

McArthur Beltings. Ltd 

McArthur Engineering A Construction 
Co. (The), Ltd. 

McArthur, Irwin, Ltd 

McAuley (W. J.), Ltd 

McAulifFe Davis Lumber Co., Ltd 

McAvity’s, Ltd 

McBean A Hanna, Ltd 

McBride (John T.) Co., Ltd 

McCall (D.) Co., Ltd 

McCall, Shehyn 6c Son, Ltd 

McCann (H. K.) Co., Ltd 

McCarthy (H. B.), Ltd 

McClary M fg. Co. (The). Ltd 

McClean (R. B.) Grain Co., Ltd 

McClelland (N. E.) 6c Co., Ltd 

McColl Brothers, Ltd 

McConnell 6c Fergusson, Ltd 

McCuaig (J. C.) 6c Co., Ltd. 

McDonald (The Alfred) Lumber Co., 
Ltd. 

McDonald Detective Agency, Ltd 

McDonnell (Jus) Co , Ltd 

McDougall A.) 6c Co.. Ltd 

McDowell A Lincoln, Ltd 

McEntyre (John) Ltd 

McEwan, Cameron. Ltd 

McFarlane Son 6c Hodgson, Ltd 

McGavin. Ltd 

McGaw Grain Co.. Ltd 

McGillivray Creek Coal 6c Coke Co.. 


London, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 

Montreal, Que. . . 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que . . 
Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
B rock vi lie, Ont.. 
Guelph, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

St. John, X.B — 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Toronto. Ont 

Quebec, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Port Hope, Ont. . 

London, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man. . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

London, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Peterbo ough.Ont 

Winnipeg, Man . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
Edmonton, Alta. 
Vancouver. B.C.. 
Coleman. Alta. . . 


Ltd. 


McGloan 6c Co., Ltd 

McGregor Shirt Co., Ltd 

McGuire, Kirkland Gold Mines, Ltd.. 

McGuire, (W. J . ) A Co., Ltd 

McHalc Pyorrhea Remedy Co. of 
Canada (The) Ltd 

McIntyre 6c Taylor, Ltd 

McIntyre Realty Co. (The) Ltd 

McIntyre Son A Co., Limited 

McKean (George) A Co., Ltd 

McKee (J. A.) Ltd 

McKenna. Ltd 

McKeown's Ltd 

McKim, (A.) Ltd 

McKinnon Columbus Chain Co., Ltd. 

McKinnon Industries, Ltd 


Montreal, Que. . . 
Hamilton, Ont... 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
St. John, X.B. . . 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . . 
St. Catharines, 
Ont. 

St. Catharines, 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


$ 

40.000 

10.000 

150.000 
500 000 

2 , 000,000 

50,000 

100.000 

125.000 

100.000 

50,000 

200,000 

150,000 


Without 

share 

capital. 

50.000 
3 , 250,000 

1,000,000 

400.000 

150.000 

1,000,000 

180.000 

50.000 

50.000 

50.000 

50.000 
180,000 

40.000 

100.000 

1 , 000.000 

50.000 

300.000 

100.000 

50.000 
200.000 
500.000 

500.000 

50.000 

40.000 

500.000 

250.000 

20.000 

1 , 000.000 

400.000 

50.000 

200.000 

40.000 

40.000 

250.000 

100.000 

50.000 

75.000 

250.000 

500.000 
, 150.000 

3 , 000.000 


50.000 

100.000 

350.000 

45.000 

100. 000 


20,000 

1 . 000.000 

1 , 750.000 

100. 000 

40.000 

50.000 
100.000 
500.000 

1 , 000,000 

2 , 000,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


39.300 

10.000 

47.200 

444.000 
1 , 445,800 

15,000 

100.000 


50.000 

25.000 
130,000 

65.000 


50.000 
1 , 750,000 

1 , 000,000 

200,000 

90.000 
446.400 
120.000 

50.000 

25.000 

10.000 

50.000 

180.000 


22.500 

320.000 
6.(1011 

200.000 
10,000 

40.500 
100.000 
346.800 

55.100 

50.000 

20.000 

500.000 

250.000 

20.000 

876.900 

235.000 

25.100 

200.000 

25.000 
5,500 

125.000 

100.000 

10.000 
24,400 
50.000 

500.000 

150.000 
2 , 439,080 


30,050 

71.000 

157,068 

45.000 
47.105 


20,000 

300, 100 

250.000 

100.000 

10.000 

50.000 

80.000 
400.000 
589,200 

1 , 590.000 


Prererence 

Stock 

Issued 


14,600 


75,000 

47.300 


72,500 


1 , 300,000 


56,500 . 


40.000 . 
22,500 . 

320,000 


100,000 . 


50,000 . 
i2’900 ! 


20,000 . 


125,000 . 


200,000 . 


4,350 . 


1 , 150,000 


65,200 


Debcntur 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


es Debcntur 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S * 


1 , 250, 000 


1 , 250,000 


200,000 


200,000 


500,000 500,000 


500,000 315,000 


200 


DEPARTMEXT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


McT agan Phonograph Corporation 
(The', Ltd. 

McLaren, (D. K.) Ltd 

McLaren Fruit Co., Ltd 

McLaren (TheJ.C. )Belting Co., Ltd 

McLaren (W. D.) Ltd 

McLaughlin Motor Car. Co, Ltd 

McLaurin Bros., Ltd 

McLaurin Lumber Co., Ltd 

McLean Kennedy, Ltd 

McLennan Lumber Co. (The) Ltd 

McLeod (George A.), Ltd 

McLeod, (Norman) Ltd 

McLeod, Young, Weir & Co.. Ltd 

McMullen (The Henry) Co., Ltd 

McMullin Publishing Co., Ltd 

McMurray Asphaltum & Oil, Ltd 

McNabb (The J. A.) Co., Ltd 

McNally (W.) & Co.. Ltd 

McNaught Lumber Co., Ltd 

McNeil Lumber Co., Ltd 

McNiven Bros. Co.. Ltd 

McNulty Bros., Ltd 

McQuay Tanning Co. (The) Limited 

Mabee Condensed Milk Co., Ltd 

Mac <fc Mac Development Co., Ltd 


MacArthur Perks Co., Ltd 

Macartney Milking Machine Co., (The) 
Ltd. 

Macdonald (A.) & Co., Ltd 

Macdonald Consolidated, Ltd 

MacdonelKt Conyers. Ltd 

MacDoucall (A. R.) & Co., Ltd 

Macfarlane (A.) & Co., Ltd 

Macfarlane Shoe (The) Ltd 

MacGillivray (G. L.) & Co., Ltd 

MacGregor (John) Ltd 

MacGregor Paper Co.. Ltd 

Machine Builders. Ltd 

Machinery & Foundries, Ltd 

MacKay, T.td 

Mac Kay (J. A.) & Co., Ltd 

Mack Trucks of Canada. Ltd 

Mackenzie Mfg. Co., Ltd 

MacLaren (The James) Co., Ltd 

MacT.ean, Benn & Nelson, Ltd 

Macl ean Underfeed Stoker Co., Ltd. 

MacMillan. OF. R.) Ltd 

MacMillan River Exploration Co., 

Ltd. 

Madera Co. (The) ltd 

Magicoal Electric Fires (Canada), Ltd. 
Magnolia Metal Co. of Canada. Ltd. 
Maguire, Paterson Palmer (Canada), 
Ltd. 

Mahood Drug Co.. Ltd 

Mahoney & Rich Quarries, Ltd 

Maid of the Mist Steamboat Co., Ltd. 

Mail Printing Co. (The) Ltd 

Mailloux (V.) *fc Fils, Ltee 

Main Belting Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Maisonneuve Box <fc Lumber (The) 
Ltd. 

Major. (J. A.) Ltd 

Major Hill Auto Service Co., Ltd 

Malden Elevator Co., Ltd 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, Ltd. . 

Malt Products Co. of Canada, T.td 

Manganese & Steel Foundry, Ltd 


Manhattan Shirt Co., Ltd 

Manitoba <k Saskatchewan Coal Co.. 
Ltd. 

Manitoba Big Reef Mining Co., Ltd. 
Manitoba Bridge <k Iron Works (The) 
Ltd. 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preerence 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

t 

$ 

t 

S 

300.000 

40.000 



250.000 

100.000 



50.000 

20,100 

20.000 


150. 00C 

150.000 



40.000 

40.000 



10,000 

10.000 



200,000 

200.000 



100.000 

90.000 



20,000 

20.000 



100.000 

100,000 



40.000 

23,500 



100.000 

74,900 

25,000 


150. 00C 

25. 00C 

75.00C 


1,000.000 

748. 00C 



100.000 

100.000 



100,000 

33.000 



50.000 

20.000 



200.000 

40.500 

40.000 


400.000 

156,100 



40.000 

15.000 



50.000 

50.000 



25.000 

25,000 



250.000 

36,800 



1,500.000 

500.000 

10,000 


1.000 

1.000 



shares 

shares 



no par value 




1,500.000 

225.000 



100,000 

49,400 

2,000 


1,000,000 

450,600 



250.000 

248.500 



100.000 

75.000 



50.000 

30.000 

20,0c0 


loo.ooo 

100.000 



400,000 

200.000 

200,000 

100.000 

20.000 

3,500 



100.000 

26.400 



100.000 

56. 100 



50.000 

16.000 



250.000 

122.500 



100.000 

80.500 



100.000 

83,100 



50.000 

1,000 



250.000 

150.000 

5.600 


10.000.000 

10.000.000 



75.000 

56.000 



250.000 

150.000 

50.000 


250.000 

49.950 

79,960 



50,365 



1 . 000.000 

1,000.000 



50.000 

2.500 



100.000 

100.000 



5,000,000 

1,578,800 



50.000 

15.000 



50,000 

50.000 



5,000 

5.000 



500.000 

500.000 



125 000 

125.000 



5.000 

5,000 



49,500 

49.500 



50.000 

50.000 



200.000 

121,500 



250.000 

140.000 




50.000 



40.000 

26.000 



250 shares 

36 shares 

25,000 


at $100 each 




500 no 




par value 




50.000 

1.800 

6.200 


1 . 000.000 

750.000 


250.000 

50.000 

50.000 



1,000.000 

943.675 


1,000,000 


Stratford, Ont. . 

Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Oshawa, Ont. . . 
Lacbine. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Toronto. Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Petrolea, Ont... 
Peter bor ough 
Ont. 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Chapleau, Ont.. . 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
Owen Sound, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 


Ottawa, Ont.. 
Ottawa, Ont. 


Winnipeg. Man . . 
Edmonton, Alta 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Brock ville. Ont. 
Montreal. Oue. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Buckingham, Que 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Saskatoon, Sask 
Ottawa, Ont. .. 


Toronto, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Pembroke, Ont. 

Kingston. Ont. . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Niagara Falls, 
Ont. 

Toronto, Ont 

St. Jean. Que 

Montreal, Que . . 
Maisonneuve, Que 


Montreal. Que. 
Ottawa, Ont... 
Rouleau. Sask. 
Montreal, Que. 
Toronto, Ont . . 
Sherbrooke, Que 


Montreal, Que. . . 
Winnipeg, Man. . . 


Toronto, Ont. . . 
Winnipeg, Man. 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


% 


100,000 


250,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


201 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act • — Continued 


Namo of Comapny 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Caoital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

% 

$ 

50,000 

35,600 

500.000 

500.000 

50.000 

23,650 

50.000 

3.025 

100,000 

76.007 

shares no 

shares 

par value 


3,000.000 

50,000 


shares no 


par value 

500.000 

150,900 

300.000 

140.000 

100.000 

50.000 

100.000 

27,200 

50.000 

6,000 

25,000 

7.825 

50.000 

10.000 

75.000 

52,700 

2,000,000 

1,000,000 

150.000 

75.000 

50.000 

50,000 

50,000 

29,050 

20.000 

7,750 

500,000 

168.000 

500,000 

97,200 

50,000 

38,400 

7,500,000 

6,300,000 

48,000 

40,800 

1,000,000 

1.000.000 

450,000 

200,000 

75,000 

40,400 

1,000,000 

349,200 

1.000.000 

4, 58 shares 


no par 


vlaue 

50.000 

45.000 

3,250,000 

365,500 

40,000 

12,400 

150,000 

80.000 

150.000 

150.000 

50,000 

5.000 

200,000 

195.200 

50,000 

10.500 

25.000 

12,000 

2,000.000 

1.638.100 

25.000 

20,900 

200,000 

161,040 

25,000 

18.500 

300,000 

300,000 

150,000 

46.500 

500.000 

350,000 

400,000 

375.000 

200,000 

200,000 

63.000 

63,000 

300.000 

172.300 

25,000 

25.000 

50.000 

500 

100,000 

77,000 

1,500,000 

199,600 

100,000 

50.000 

48,000 

48.000 

50,000 

50,000 



share 


capital. 


25,000.000 

24,179.800 

50,000 

50*000 

50.000 

6,500 

200,000 

46.500 

50,000 

5.000 

140,000 

83,000 

4,000,000 

1,000.000 

500,000 

100.000 

300,000 

100,000 


Prererenco 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Manitoba Hair Goods Co.. Ltd 

Manitoba Jockey Club (The) Ltd. . 
Manitoba l and A Timber Co., Ltd. 
Manitoba Metals Mining Co., Ltd. . 
Manitoba Power Co., Ltd 


Manitoba Pulp A Paper Co., Ltd 


Manitoba Steel A Iron Co., Ltd 

Manitoba Steel Foundries, Ltd 

Manley (F. H.) A Co., Ltd 

Mannesman Tube Co., Ltd 

Manor Estates, Ltd 

Manotick Realty Co., Ltd 

Manufacturers A Distributors, Ltd. . 
Manufacturers Canadian Service, Ltd. 
Manufacturers Holding A Investment 
Corporation, Ltd 

Manufacturers Press, Ltd 

Mapes A Ferdon, Ltd 

Maple Dairy, Ltd 

Maple Tree Producers Association, 
Ltd. 

Maple Leaf Mfg. Co., Limited 

Mappin A Webb (Canada) Ltd 

Marceau, (J. A) Ltd 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co., of 
Canada, Ltd. 

Marier A Tremblay, Ltd 

Marine Navigation Co. of Canada Ltd. 

Marine Products, Ltd 

Maritime Cap Co., Ltd 

Maritime Electric Co.. Ltd 

Maritime Fish Corporation, Ltd 


Winnipeg. Man 
Winnipeg, Man. 
Montreal. Que. 
Toronto, Ont. . 
Winnipeg, Man. 


Winnipeg. Man. . . 


Winnipeg, Man.. 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Bala, < bit 
Manotick, Ont. . 
Hamilton, Ont.. 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 


Toronto. Ont . . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 

Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que... 
Montreal, Que... 
Montreal, Que... 


Quebec, Que — 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Moncton. N.B.. 
Fredericton, N.B 
Montreal, Que.... 


Maritime Import A' Export Co., Ltd... 

Maritime Nail Co., Ltd 

Maritime Press, Ltd 

Markus (M.) A Sons. Ltd 

Morlatt A Armstrong Co., Ltd 

Marsh A McLennan, Ltd 

Marsh The Wm. A.) Co., Ltd 

Marshall A Harding, Limited 

Marshall (W. A.) A Co. of Canada, I td. 

Marshall .Wells Co.. Ltd 

M arson *S. W.) Co., Limited 

Marten Corporation, (The) Ltd 

Martin A Cie, Lt£e 

Martin Dome Hook Co., Ltd 

Martin Fr6ree A Cie, Limit£c 

Martin (P.P.) A Co.. Ltd 

Martin-6enour Co., (The) Ltd 

Martineau. (L.) Ltd 

Martineau (O.) A Fils, Ltee 

Marven. (J.A.) Ltd 

Marx A Rawolle of Canada, Ltd 

Masahba Development Co., Ltd 

Masco Co., (The) Ltd 

Mason A Risch, Ltd 

Mason, Gordon A Co., Ltd 

Mason Regulator A Engineering Co.. 
Ltd. 

Maspero Frires, Cairo, Egypt, London 
A Montreal. Ltd. 

Massey Foundation (The) 


Woodstock, Ont.. 

St. John, N.B 

Moncton, N.B 

Montreal, Que 

Oakville. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Quebec, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Winnipeg, Man.. . 

Winnipeg. Man 

Toronto, Ont 

Lachine, Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Moncton, N.B 

Montreal. Que 

Port Arthur, Ont . 

Toronto., Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 


Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 


Masscy-Harris Co., Ltd 

Massie A Ren wick. Ltd 

Master Fuel Oil Burners of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Masters A Co., Ltd 

Mast in’s of Canada. Ltd 

Matapedia Lumber Co., Ltd 

Match Co., (The) Ltd 

Matheson, Lindsay Grain Co., (The) 
Ltd. 

Mathews Gravity Carrier Co., Ltd.... 


Toronto, Ont... 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 


Montreal. Que... 

Windsor, Ont 

Kimou-ki, Que... 
Montreal, Quo... . 
Winnipeg, Man.. . 

Port Hope, Ont.. 


20.000 


16,600 


35,000.000 


7,500,000 


1 . 000.000 


17.500 


171,9 


86,660 


40,000 


45.200 


60.000 

243,700 


250,000 


211,300 


5.000 

340,500 

2,150 


1 . 000.000 

125,000 


300,000 


170,000 


750.000 

125.000 


300,000 


86,600 


100,000 


100,000 


14,000 

1,106,000 

7,000 


440.000 


50.000 


1.000.00U 


202 


DEPARTMEXT OF TIIE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Mathieu (J. A.) Ltd 

Mavis Timber Co., Ltd 

Maxwell, Cummings, Ltd 

Maxwell Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd. . . 

Maxwell, (E. J.) Ltd — 

May (Thos.) & Co., Ltd 

Maycock <fc Toms. Ltd 

Mayer (Theodore) Shoe Co., Ltd 

Mazaruni Syndicate, Ltd 

Mead Electric Co.. Ltd 

Mead, Johnson S' Co. of Canada. Ltd.. 
Meades Upholstering Co. (The) Ltd.. 
Meadow-Sweet Cheese Mfg., Co., Ltd. 

Meadows, (George B.) Ltd 

Meadows (Thomas) & Co., (Canada) 
Ltd. 

Meagher Bros. & Co., Ltd 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd 

Mcasuregraph Co. of Canada (The) 
Ltd. 

Melchers Gin S' Spirits Distillery Co., 
(The) Ltd. 

Meldrum Bros., Ltd 

Mendelsohn (A.) Ltd 

Mennen Co. , Ltd 

Mennonite Colonization Association of 
North America (The) Ltd. 

Mercantile Corporation, Ltd 

Mercantile Marine Agencies of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Mercantile Realty Co., Ltd 

Merchants Association of Montreal 


Merchants Awning Co., Ltd 

Merchants Coal Co., Ltd 

Merchants Fur Co. (The) Ltd 

Merchants Realty Corporation, Ltd — 

Mercur (R. J.) <fc Co., Ltd 

Mercure Knitting Co., Ltd 

Mercury Mills, Ltd 

Meredith. Simmons & Co.. Ltd 

Meriden Britannia Co., Ltd 

Merkleys, Ltd 

Merrill Co., Ltd 

Merritt <k Co., Ltd 

Metal Shingle A Siding Co. (The) Ltd. 

Metal Studios. Ltd 

Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada tThe) 
Ltd 

Metals Coating Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Metcalfe Candy Co., Ltd 

Metcalfe (John S.) Co., Ltd 


Metropolitan Corporation, Ltd 

Metropolitan House Furnishing Co., 
Ltd. 

Metropolitan Investment Corporation. 
Ltd. 

Metropolitan Stores, Ltd 

Metropolitan Tobacco Co., Ltd 

Mexican «fc General Corporation. Ltd . . 
Mexican Electric Light Co., tThe) Ltd. 
Mexican Light & Power Co., (The) Ltd 

Mexican Northern Oilfields, Ltd 

Mexico North Western Railway Co... . 
Mexico Tramways Co 

Meyer, Thomas Co. (The) Ltd 

Mica Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Michaels, (Morris) Ltd 

Michaud ( William J.) Co.. Ltd 

Michelin Tiro Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Michie-Mara Co., Ltd 

Mico Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Middlesex Furniture Co., Ltd 

Midland Grain Co., Ltd 

Midland Iron «fc Steel Co., Ltd 

Midland Shipbuilding Co., Ltd 


Head Office 


Fort Frances. Ont. 
Mavis Mills, N.B. 

Montreal, Que 

Windsor. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Vinemount. Ont.. 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Hanover, Ont 

Montreal, Que... . 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Hamilton, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que — 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Rosthern, Sask.... 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 


Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

M i t real, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Hamilton. Ont... . 

Toronto, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Chatham. Ont.. . 

Preston, Ont 

Hamilton. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Kitchener, Ont 

Montreal, Que 


London. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Oue 

London, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Ti in 'ii'". ( tat . . 
Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Hull, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Strathroy, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man — 

Midland, Ont 

Midland, Ont 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 



$ 








40.000 

13.000 



















2,700 

















100,000 

80.000 

14,500 







. 




5.000 



49, 100 

6,200 



“ 100.’ 000 

4,000,000 


900,000 

2,000,000 









472,500 








25,000 















6,000,000 
$ 23,775,859 
£3,000,000 

6,000,000 


£11.959.700 

$15,000,000 

£3,150,000 



100,000 

16,500 












16.700 






Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


1,000 

200 

50, 

10 , 

100 , 

150, 

60, 

350, 

500 

50, 

50, 

50. 

75, 

250, 

50 


20,000 

100,000 

2,500 

1 , 000,000 

250.000 

40.000 

100.000 
10 . 000,000 

200,000 

100,000 

50.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

100.000 

In, H i in 

100,000 

2 . 000.000 

300.000 

100.000 

4.000. 000 

50.000 

400.000 

150.000 

500.000 

75.000 
1,500,000 

50.000 

1 . 000 . 000 

200.000 

50,000 

125,000 


500.000 

210.000 


50,000 


1.000, 

100 , 

£500, 

fi.OOO. 

25.000, 

£300, 

40.000, 

30.000, 

100 , 

300, 

50, 

60, 

40, 

3, 

50. 

50. 

500, 

1 , 000 , 

1 , 000 , 


63.000 


100,000 

100,000 


15,500 


no par 
value. 


12,750 


£110,015 


2,000 

30.000 

40.000 
3.000 

50.000 
43.825 

236.500 

781.500 
590,800 


1,700 

3,720,000 

800,000 


25,000 


5,567,000 

$23,116,359 

£2.000.000 

£8.021,000 

$10,298,000 

£1,461,500 


COMPANIES ACT 


203 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


$ 

$ 

s 

s 


500.000 

316,000 




90.000 

90.000 




5,000 

5.000 




It 0,000 

20.500 




200.000 

133.000 




250.000 

136,300 

64,600 



100.000 

68,300 



50,000 

21.500 




1,000.000 

500,500 




250,000 

75,000 

75.000 



200.000 


200.000 


Toronto, Ont 

91,000 

2,200 shares 

78.000 




no par value 




1,000.000 

1 000.000 




150. 000 

93.800 




50,000 

25.025 




100,000 

55,000 




1,000.000 


1,000,000 



250,000 

74 . 100 

74.100 



50.000 

30,000 




40.000 

40.000 




250,000 

135.050 




1 .000,000 

900.000 




450.000 

240.000 




250.000 

126.560 

1,500 



8.300.250 

8.300,250 



50.000 

16.000 




50.000 

10.000 



Sault Ste. Marie, 

50.000 

35.000 

6,800 


Ont. 






1,000.000 

400.000 



Quarrvville, N.B. 

90.000 

59,100 


40.000 


65.000 

41.400 




50.000 

24,000 




50.000 

9.000 




300.000 

1,000 

12.500 



100.000 

74,100 



50 . 000 

50,000 




200. 000 

200.000 


200,000 


50.000 

20,900 



1 .000.000 

300.000 




250.000 

25,000 




50.000 

50 




500.000 

300,000 

200,000 



2,000,000 

105,300 

15.150 


St. Lambert, Que. 

120.000 

83,400 

3,000 


Winnipeg. Man. .. 

2.0(0.000 

1,240.000 



Hamilton. Ont 

250.000 


54.500 


Brantford. Ont.. 

2.000.000 

624,375 

571.200 

500.000 


100,000 

100,000 



Montreal, Que.. . . 

104,250 

790 -bar- s 

94,:io 




no par value. 




75,000 

66,000 




99.000 

77.000 



Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

10.000 




12.000 

12.000 




50,000 

10,000 



Toronto, Ont 

5,000.000 

4,100,000 

500,000 

8,668,216 


2.000.000 

2,000,000 


3.745,000 

Montreal, Que 

1.500.000 

743.000 

337,000 

1.380.000 

Montreal. Que 

500.000 

250.00(1 




49.000 

49.000 




100,000 

20.000 

10,000 



50,000 

24,200 



50,000 

19.100 




100.000 


52.500 



1,000,000 

300 000 

106.000 



10.000 

500 



400,000 

400,000 



Montreal. Que 

6. 000. 000 

3.000.000 

3.000.000 

4.000.000 


20.000 

10.000 




2,000,000 

2,000.000 







Debenture 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Midland Woodworkers. Ltd. 

Midway Photo Play Co., Ltd 
Middlesex Investment Co., Ltd. .. 

Miernicke Lavoie, Ltd 

M ile End Milling Co., Ltd 

Millen (John) A Son9, Ltd 

Miller (C. J.) A Sons, Ltd 

Miller (B. M.) A Co. (Montreal), Ltd 

Miller Bros. Co. (The), Ltd 

Miller Bros. A Sons, Ltd 

Miller Extracts. Ltd. . 

Miller Lithographic Co., Ltd. 


Miller-Morse Hardware Co., Ltd 

Millers Machinery, Ltd. 

Miller Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Milligan (W. A.) Co., Ltd 

Mills Bros., Ltd 

Mills Securities, Ltd 

Mills (J W.) A Son. Ltd 

Milton, Horsey Co., Ltd 

Miltons, Ltd 

Miner Rubber Co. (The), Ltd 

Miner Shoe Co., Ltd 

Mineral Products Co., Ltd. . . 

Mining Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. 
Minogue Trucking Co., Ltd.. . 

Mint Products Co., Ltd 

.V intine c • . I td. 


M into Coal Co 'The), Ltd 

Miramichi Quarry Co. (The). Ltd 

Mis-Can-Ada Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Mitchell Button Co., Ltd 

Mitchell-Dorsett Co., Ltd. 
Mitchell-Holland A Wanng-Gillow 
Ltd. 

Mitchell-Holland Co., Ltd 

Mitchell (John(, Ltd 

Mitchell (The Robert ) Co.. Ltd 

Mitchell Vacuum Cleaner Co. (The) 
Ltd. 

Moffats, Ltd 

Mol-Brew Cartage Co., Ltd 

Moler System of Barber Schools, Ltd. 
Molonev Electric Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Molybdenite Reduction Co., Ltd 
Monarch Electric Co., Ltd . 

Monarch Lumls*r Co.. Ltd.. 

Monarch Metal Co., Ltd 

Monarch Tractors 'The), Ltd 
Monarch Tractr rs Sales. Ltd 
Monarch Wire Products, Ltd 


Monetary Times Printing Co. of 
Canada (The), Ltd. 

Mongeau A Robert, l t6e 
Monitor Stove Co (The). Ltd.. 
Monklands. Ltd.. 

Monterey Plumbing A Electrical Sup- 
ply Co., Ltd. 

Monterey Railwav Light A Power Co., 
Ltd. 

Monterey Waterworks A Sewer Co., 
Ltd. 

Montreal Abattoirs, Ltd 

Montreal Agencies, I td 
Montreal A Cornwall Navigation Co., 
Ltd. 

Montreal A Western Grain Co., Ltd . . 
Montreal Archetictural Iron Works. 
Ltd. 

Montreal Armature Works. Ltd 

Montreal Boat Builders, Ltd 

Montreal Bolt A Forging Co.. Ltd 

Montreal Contracting Co.. Ltd 
Montreal Cotton A Wool Waste Co., 
Ltd. 

Montreal Cottons (The), Ltd.. 
Montreal Crockery Co., Ltd 
Montreal Development A I-und Co.. 
Ltd. 


200.000 


8,668,216 

3,745,000 

1.060.500 


1 , 000.000 


204 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 
Bti ck 
Issued 


$ 

$ 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

9,000 


40.000 

30.000 


40.000 

29.500 


20.000 

20.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

30.500 


500. 000 

500 

Montreal. Que 

100.000 

100.000 


49.500 

49,500 


45.000 

45.000 

Montreal, Que 

250.000 

210.000 

Montreal, Que 

200.000 

150,000 

Montreal. Que 

3.000.000 

1,800.000 

Montreal, Que 

250.000 

100.000 

Montreal. Que 

150.000 

106.500 





share 


Montreal, Que 

capital. 

50.000 

5.000 

Montreal, Que 

25.000 

6.500 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

50,000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

100.000 

Montreal. Que.. . . 

25.000 

5.100 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

15.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

50.000 

Montreal. Que 

600.000 

600,000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

83.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

15.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

100.000 

Montreal, Que 

3.000.000 

3,000.000 

Montreal, Que.. . 

99.000 

60.000 

Welland, Ont 

1.000.000 

195.400 

Montreal, Que 

5,000 

2,600 

Montreal, Que 

250.000 

150.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

26.200 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

45,400 

Edmonton. Alta . 

100.00(1 

10.000 

Montreal. Que 

200.000 

100. 100 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

20,000 

Montreal. Que 

3,000.000 

1.712.100 

Montreal. Que.... 

3,000.000 

1.510.300 

London, Ont 

75.000 

75.000 

Quebec, Que 

100.000 

50,000 

Niagara Falls, 

250,000 

183,000 

Ont. 

Montreal, Que. . . 

50,000 

50,000 

Ottawa, Ont 

300,000 

180.000 

Chatham, N.B.. . 

99,000 

32. 100 

Winnipeg, Man — 

100.000 

50,000 

.Toronto, Ont 

300,000 

200.000 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

10,000 

10.000 

Toronto, Ont 

200.000 

161.300 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

30.000 

Montreal, Que 

175.000 

150.000 

Dundas. Ont 

50.00C 

7,100 

Hamilton. ( >nt. . . 

25.00( 

25.000 

Calgary, Alta 

300.000 

138.000 

Ottawa, Ont 

.50.000 

46,500 

Montreal, Que 

100,000 

20.000 

Westmount, Que 

125.000 

shares no 
par value 
125.000 

Pe torbor o u g h .On t 

50.000 

3.800 

Montreal, Que. . . 

100.000 

100. 000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

34,600 

Montreal, Que. 

90.000 

49.500 

Montreal, Que . . . 

50,000 

.50.000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Montreal Dry Dock <fc Ship Repairing 
Co.. Ltd. 

Montreal Electric Co., Ltd. 

Montreal Floral Exchange, Ltd.. 
Montreal Forge & Shackle Co., Ltd. . 
Montreal Fruit Exchange, Ltd.. 
Montreal Fur Auction Sales Corpora- 
tion, Ltd. 

Montreal Grain & Shipping Corpora- 
tion, Ltd. 

Montreal Hardwood Lumber & Floor- 
ing, Ltd. 

Montreal Last Co., Ltd 

Montreal Leather Co., Ltd 

Montreal Lithographing Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Montreal Locomotive Works, Ltd 

Montreal Lumber Co. (The), Ltd 

Montreal Motor Sales, Ltd 

Montreal Motorists’ League 


Montreal-New York Transport Co.. 
Ltd. 

Montreal Professional Base Ball Asso- 
ciation, Ltd. 

Montreal Quilting Co., Ltd. 

Montreal Securities Corporation (The), 
Ltd. 

Montreal Service & Sales, I.td 

Montreal Show Case Co.. I.td 

Montreal Standard Publishing Co. 
Ltd. 

Montreal Star Publishing Co., Ltd. 

Montreal Stencil Works, Ltd 

Montreal .Supply Co., Ltd 

Montreal Suspender &. Umbrella Mfg 
Co., Ltd. 

Montreal Transportation Co., Ltd 

Montreal Waterproof Co. The), Ltd.. 
Montreal Welland Land Co. (The). 
Ltd. 

Montreal Wood- Mosaic Flooring Co 
(The). Ltd. 

Mooney (A. G.). Ltd 

Moore, Broad bent Co., Ltd 

Moore, Cameron & Hill, Ltd 

Moore (The D. J.) Co., Ltd. 

Moquin (L. & H.) t Lt6e 

Morency. Ltd 

Morgan (Henry) & Co., Ltd 

Morgan Realties, Ltd 

Morgans Supply House, Ltd 

Morissctte (C. Emile), Lt£e 

Morris (The Herbert) Crane & Hoist 
Co.. Ltd. 

Morris-Llovd Lighting Studios (The), 
Ltd. 

Morris (W. D.) Realty Co., Ltd 

Morrisey (The Father) Medicine Co. 
Ltd. 

Morrison (Donald) & Co., Ltd 

Morrison (The James) Brass Mfg. Co. 
Ltd. 

Morrison (T. A.) <fc Co., Ltd. . . . 

Morson, Boswell Co., Ltd 

Moscovitch Bros. & Co., Ltd — 
Mothersill Remedy Co., Ltd — 

Motherwell Grain Co., Ltd 

Moto-Meter Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Motor Car Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Motor Co. (The), Ltd 

Motor Patents, Ltd 


Motor Spring Lubri Gaiters, Ltd. 

Motors & Machines, Ltd 

Mott Co.. Ltd. 

Moulton (L. E.) & Co., Ltd 

Moulton Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Mount Co.. Ltd 


1.200.000 


1.500,000 


10.000 


500.000 


35,000 


100,000 


145,200 


5.500 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


1.500,000 


500.000 

100.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


205 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Oflice 


Author- 

ised 

Capital 


$ 


Mount Royal Agency, Ltd — 

Mount Royal Color & Varnish Co., 
Ltd. 

Mount Royal Foundry Co. (The). 
Ltd. 

Mount Royal Milling A* Mfg. Co., Ltd. 

Mount Royal Plateau Co., Ltd 

Mount Royal Realties, Ltd 

Mount Royal Tunnel 6c Terminal Co., 
Ltd. 

Moyer (E. N.) Co., Ltd 

Moyneur Co-operative Creamery, Ltd. 
Mudge, Watson & Co., Ltd 


Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que . . 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que. . . . 
Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que — 


200.000 

100,000 

100,000 

1 . 000.000 

21,000 

1 , 000.000 

5.000,000 

150.000 

100.000 

36,500 


Muir (Wm.) 6z Son, Ltd 

Mulhall Hardware, Ltd 

Muller (R. Sykes) Co., Ltd 

Munderloh <fc Co., Ltd 

Munn 6c Boulet, Ltee 

Munn «Sr Shea, Ltd 

Murphy Gamble, Ltd 

Mu%hy (The John) Co., Ltd 

Murphy (P. H.) Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Murphy Pressure Flushing Trap Co., 

Ltd. 

Murray (Alexander) 6c Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Que. . . . 
Ottawa, Ont 
Montreal, Que. . . . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 
St. Jacques 
L'Achigan, Que. 
Montreal, Que. . . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal. Que. . . 
Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que 


Murray-Kay Building Co., Ltd 

Murton (H.), Ltd 

Muser Brothers (Canada), Ltd 

Mutual Coal Mines of Canada, Ltd.. 

Mutual Elevator Co., Ltd 

Mutual Finance Corporation, Ltd 

Mutual Grain Co., Ltd 

Mutual Guarantee Co., Ltd 

Myere (J. R.) 6c Sons, Ltd 

Nadeau (J. C.), Ltd 

Nadeau Laboratory, Ltd 

Naidanac Securities Corporation, Ltd. 


Toronto, Ont 

Guelph, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man . 

Windsor, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, Que. . . . 
Stratford, Ont. . . . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 
Montreal, Que. . . . 
Montreal, Que . 


Nash Motor Sales. Ltd 

Nathan's Ltd. . 

National Alumni, Ltd 

National A Foreign Corporation, Ltd.. 

National Appraisal Co., Ltd 

National Boiler Washing Co., Ltd 

National Breweries (The), Ltd 

National Brick Co. of Laprairie, Ltd . 
National Bridge Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 

National Bronze Co., Ltd 

National Canned Meats, Ltd 

National Cash Register Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

National Castings, Ltd 

National City Co., Ltd 

National Council of Young Men's 
Christian Association of Canada. 


Toronto. Ont. 

Pembroke, Ont . . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Longue Point, 
Que. 

Montreal, Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Belleville, Ont. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont 


National Dairy Council of Canada. . . 


Ottawa, Ont 


National Drug 6c Chemical Co. of 
Canada. Ltd. 

National Electric Heating Co., Ltd. 
National Elevator Co., Ltd 
National Fire Profing Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

National Furniture Co.. Ltd 

National Glass Works, Ltd. 

National Grocers. Limited 
National Hay 6c Grain Co., Ltd 
National Hydro-Electric Co. v The), 
Ltd. 

National Jobbers 6c Importers, Ltd. 

National Lithographing Co., Ltd 

National Optical Co., Ltd 


Montreal, Que 

Toronto. Ont 
W innipeg. Man — 
Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg. Man 
Montreal. Que 
North Bay, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que. . . 

Montreal. Que . . . 
Toronto. Ont 
Montreal, Que 


45.000 

100,000 

49.000 

300.000 

50.000 

100.000 

350.000 

450.000 

500.000 

50.000 

4,000 
sha res no 
par value 
2.000,000 

16.000 

250.000 

1,000.000 

500.000 

1 , 200,000 

199.000 

900.000 
50,000 

50.000 

100.000 

5,000 shares 

no par 
value. 
200,000 

30.000 

10.000 
1 , 000,000 

50.000 

25.000 

10 , 000,000 

5.500.000 

1.000.000 

50.000 

100.000 
1,000,000 

50.000 

25.000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

Without 

share 

capital. 

8,000,000 

60.000 

500.000 
1,000,000 

250.000 
2,000,000 

1.500.000 

100.000 

1,000,000 


75.000 

60.000 
50,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


90,000 


500 shares 
of no par 
value. 


800 shares 


15.000 
500 

1,000,000 

30.000 

24.000 


1,835,700 

60.000 

250.000 

300.000 

61.000 

2 . 000.000 

1 , 000,000 

18.000 

14,200 

75.000 

25.000 

15.000 


Prererence 

Stock 

ssued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

S 



$ 









200,000 








£ 2,400,000 

7,500 




34,000 




4,800 











.... 


157.400 






















800,000 












700,000 

13,000 










2,775.000 

3,396,600 

2,500,000 

750,000 

3,000,000 






15,500 



J 1.303,000 
(£ 600.000 

250,000 




300,000 









175.000 







Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


£ 2,300.400 


441,500 


2 , 000,000 

750.000 

585.000 


175.000 


206 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


National Picture Frame & Art Co., 
Ltd. 

National Publicity, Ltd 

National Sales Check Books (The), 
Ltd. 

National Sand & Material Co., Ltd. 
National Sporting Association of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 


Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que... 

Welland, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 


National-Standard Co. of Canada, Ltd. Guelph, Ont 

National Steel Car Corporation, Ltd. Hamilton, Ont.. . 


National System of Baking, Ltd 

National System of Baking (Ottawa), 
Ltd. 

National Tie & Timber Co., Ltd 

National Tobacco Co., Ltd 
National Varnish Co. of Canada, Ltd 

National Waist Co. (The). Ltd 

National Wood Mfg. Co. (The), Ltd. 
Native Sons of Canada 


Calgary, Alta 

Ottawa, Ont 

Sunstrum, Ont.. . 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que. . 
South River, Ont. 
Victoria, B.C 


Natural Air Criers’ Corporation, Ltd. 

Natural Tread Shoes of Canada, Ltd. 
Nature's Rival Co. of Canada, Ltd. . . 
Naval Veterans Association 


Sault Ste. Marie, 
( tat 

Belleville, Ont — 

Quebec, Que 

Toronto, Ont 


Navigation Coal Co., Ltd Montreal, Que. 

Navy League of Canada Toronto. Ont. . 


Nelson-Boode Trap Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Nesbitt Electric Mfg. Co., I td 

Nesbitt Heights, Ltd 

Nesbitt, Thomson & Co., Ltd 


Windsor, Ont . 
Toronto, Ont. 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Que. 


Nestle ’s Food Co., Ltd 

New Brasswear Co. of Canada, Ltd 
New Brunswick Potato Exchange, Ltd. 
New Brunswick Shale Co., Ltd 
New England Oil Corporation, Ltd. 
New North West Corporation, (The), 
Limited. 

Newell Mfg. Co. (The), Limited 

Newrnan, Mundcrloh Clock Co., Ltd. 
Newman, Sweezey & Co., Ltd 

News Pulp <k Paper Co.. Ltd 

Newsome & Gilbert, Ltd 

Newton-Dakin Construction Co., Ltd. 
New Wulrond RancheCo., Ltd. . 

New York Hat Mfg. Co., (The) I.td 
New York Oufittting Co. Dress Well- 
on-Easy Terms, Ltd. 

Niagara & Erie Land Corporation, 
(The), Limited. 

Niagara Wire Weaving Co. (The) Ltd 

Nichol (The J. F.) Co., Ltd 

Niehols Chemical Co. (The) Ltd 

Nicholson Constructions, Ltd 

Nicu Steel Corporation, Ltd... 

Nisbet& Auld, L.td 

Nordhcimer Piano & Music Co. (The), 
Limited. 

Norfolk Shoe Co. (The) Ltd 

Norlite Realty Co., Ltd 

Normandin, Turcotte, Ltd 

Norris Grain Co., Ltd 

North American Collieries, Ltd . . 
North American Dye Corpora lion, Ltd 
North American Lumber & Supply Co. 
Limited. 

North American Magnesite Producers, 
Limited. 

North American Securities, Ltd. 

North American Steamship Co. (The) 
Limited. 


Chesterville, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Woodstock. Ont... 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Frescott, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que.... 
Montreal, Que. ... 

Toronto, Ont 

Sherbrooke, Que. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 

Vancouver, B.C... 

Toronto, Ont 

Niagara Falls, 
Ont. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Simcoe, Ont 

Ottawa, Cnt 

Montreal, Que 

Winnipeg. Man 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man — 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

$ 

$ 

S 

100,000 

57,000 



49.000 

29.000 

20,000 


49,000 

42,200 



1,000,000 

600.000 

200,000 


50,000 

5,000 shares 




no par 




value. 



30.000 

30.000 



100,000 

100,000 


3.000.000 

shares no 

shares. 



par value. 




100, 000 

60,000 



50,000 

20,500 



20.000 

20.000 



4.000.000 

4.000.000 



50.000 

41,100 



45.000 

45,000 



125.000 

76,600 



Without 




share 




Capital. 




200,000 

10.700 



1.000,000 

300.000 

530.000 


50.000 

5.000 







share 




Capital. 




2,500 





par value. 







share 




Capital. 




50.000 

50.000 



60.000 

60,000 



200.000 

182.500 




3,775 



no par value 

shares. 



5.000 

5.000 



100,000 

67,950 




12.525 



100.000 

100.000 



10.000 

10 000 


2,500.000 

C, 775. 000 

3. 909. 930 

2.512,600 

1,500,000 

45,000 

25.000 

20,000 


10,000 

10.00C 



200.000 

10.000 

69.000 


1.000. 00C 

500.000 

100.000 

•100.000 


73 OOf 




250,000 



208,243.71 

208.243 71 




loo one 




50.039 



3.000.000 

851,400 

2,000.000 


220.000 

220.000 




25,000 




250 000 




30.000 




248,700 



750.000 

150,000 

500.000 



250, OOf 



25,000 

25.000 



300.000 

15.000 

157,100 


50.000 

40 OOf 


30.000 


400 0U( 



1 , 000.000 

997.200 


500.000 


250 00( 




500.000 



1 000 000 

1 . 000.000 



300,000 


700 



750,000 

750.000 




Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S 


2 , 000,000 


# 


521.000 
1,466, 123 


400.000 


30.000 

500,000 


300.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


207 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Hoad Office 


Author- 

ised 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

% 











100,000 

1,000,000 






45,900 





154,000 

69,000 





10.000,000 


500,000 





5.000 

332,800 

130.000 

3,500,000 










100,000 

1,000.000 
















25,000 

















15,000 







237,400 






750.000 

2,350.000 

2,000,000 



750.000 

25.000 




250.000 

300.000 


100,000 




50.000 








Debenture 
or Bonds 
Issued 


North Bay Fishing Co., T*td. 

North Country Exploration A Mining 
Co.. Ltd. 

North East Co.. Ltd . 

North Montreal Land Co., Ltd.. 

North Pacific Lumber Co. (The) Ltd. 

North Shipping Co. (The) Ltd 

North Star Grain Co.. Ltd 

North Star Oil A Refining Co., Ltd 
North West Navigation Co. (The) Ltd 
North West Traction Advertising Co.. 
Ltd. 

Northeastern Lunch Co., Ltd 

Northern Aluminum Co.. Ltd 
Northern Area Development Co., Ltd 

Northern Bolt. Screw A Wire Co., Ltd 

Northern Buttons, Ltd 

Northern Construction Co.. Ltd 

Northern Electric Co.. Ltd 

Northern Engineering A Supply Co.. 
Limited. 

Northern Explosives. Ltd 

Northern Giant Explosives, Ltd. 

Northern Grain Co., Ltd 

Northern Land Co., Ltd 

Northern Light, Power A Coal Co., 
Limited. 

Northern Rubber Co. (The) Ltd 

Northland Elevator Co., Ltd 

Northland Securities Co., Ltd 

Northland Studios. Ltd 

Northrop A Lyman Co., Ltd 

Northwest Co., f.td 

Northwest Oil Exploration Co. of Can 
ada. Limited. 


Northwestern Brass. Limited 

Norton (A. O.), Ltd 

Norton Carbon Paper Co.. Ltd 

Norton Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Norton Steel Co.. Ltd 

Norwesco of Canada. Limited. . 
Nor-West Farmer. Limited ...... 

Norwood Engineering Co. of Canada. 
Limited. 

Notman (William) A Son, Ltd 

Notre Dame Investments, Ltd 

No-Vary Products Co., Ltd 

Novelties, Limited 

Novelty Mfg. A Art Co., Ltd 

Nyal Co.. Limited 

Oakland Motor Car Co of Canada. Ltd 
O’Brien Brewing A Malting Co. (The) 

O’Brien (M. J ). Ltd 

Occidental Cafe. Limited. 

O’Connors. Limited 

Odorono Co.. Ltd 

Offer, Dalziel A Co., Ltd 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.. (The). Ltd 
Official Bureau of Railroad Time Ser- 
vice, Canada. 


Ingonish. N.S. 
Montreal, Que. 

Quebec, Que 
Montreal, Que 
Ottawa, Ont 
Quebec, Que 
Winnipeg. Man 
Winnipeg, Man 
Winnipeg, Man 
Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, Que. 
Toronto, Ont . . 
Ottawa, Ont . 


Owen Sound. < >nt 
Smiths Falls, Ont 
Winnipeg, Man 
Montreal. Que. . 
Fort William, Ont 


Rigaud, Que... 
Montreal. Que.. 
Calgary, Alta.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Dawson, Y.T.. 


Guelph, Ont. . . . 
Winnipeg, Man. 
Toronto. Ont. .. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont.... 
Toronto, Ont... 
Ottawa. Ont 


Winnipeg. Man. . . 
Coaticook, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. .. 
Hamilton, Ont.. . 
Montreal, Quo. .. 
Toronto. Ont. ... 
\\ innipeg, linn 
Montreal, Que.... 


Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Windsor, Ont 

Oshawa. Ont 

Dawson, Y.T 

Ottawa. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que. 
Newmarket. C nt 
Winnipeg. Man . . 


Ogden (J. Edward) Co., Ltd 

Ogdensourg Coal A Towing Co., Ltd 
Ogilvie Floor Mills Co., (The) Limited 

Ogilvie Grain Co.. Ltd 

Ogilvie (Thomas; A Sons, Ltd 

Ogilvy’s (Jas. A.), Ltd 

Ogulnik (Sam'l) A Co., Ltd 

Oil Wells of Canada, Ltd 

< )kanagan Saw Mills. Ltd 

Old Colony Club of Canada, Ltd 

Oldfield Apartments. Limited 

Olds Motor Works of Canada. Ltd 

O’Leary’s, Limited 

Olive A Dorion, Limited 

Olivier (Canada), Limited 

Olivier-Hughes Co., Ltd 

Olswang Leather Specialty Co. of Can 
ada. Limited. 

22—14 


Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, <2ue 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto. Ont... 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Enderby, B.C. 
Montreal, Que., 
Montreal. Que. 
Oshawa, Ont... 
Ottawa, Ont... 
Montreal, Que 
Toronto. Ont... 
Toronto. Ont... 
Mootreal, Que.. 


10.000 

100,000 

300.000 

175.000 

750.000 

500.000 

600.000 
2 . 000,000 

250.000 

100.000 

300.000 

500.000 
100 shares of 
no par value 

500.000 

300.000 

200.000 
10 . 000.000 

100,000 

1.500.000 

2.500.000 

100.000 

250.000 

3.000. 000 

1.000. 000 

3.000.000 

1,000 

20.000 

100.000 

500.000 

1.600.000 


1.500.000 

250.000 

10,000 

500.000 

100.000 

50.000 

250.000 

50.000 

100.000 

500.000 

50.000 

50.000 

40.000 

50.000 

10.000 

200.000 
20 , 000.000 

20,000 

100.000 

100,000 

50.000 

1.500.000 
Without 

share 

Capital. 

25.000 

1.500.000 

4.500.000 

5.000 

200,000 

1.500.000 

100.000 

1 , 000,000 

500.000 

100.000 

250.000 

10.000 

40.000 

150.000 

100.000 

40.000 

20.000 


10,000 

46,005 

300.000 

175.000 

750.000 

250.000 

350.000 

1 , 000,000 

125.000 

10.000 

150.000 

500.000 
100 shares 

207.600 

125.000 

200.000 
6.000 000 

46.000 

1.000,000 

2.028,000 

100.000 

130.000 

3.000. 000 

270, 700 

3.000. 000 

1,000 

3.000 

100.000 

500.000 
11C.S17 

shares no 
par value 

500.000 

250.000 

8.000 

500.000 

100.000 

25.000 

125.000 

50.000 

50.000 

300.000 
600 

50.000 

25.000 
70 

10.000 

65.000 
17.200.000 

2,700 

45.000 

50. 000 

18.000 

505.600 


25. 
1.050. 
2. .500. 
5, 

200 , 

750, 

25. 

400. 

2.50. 

90. 

225, 

10 . 

20 . 

50. 

37. 

8 .' 

20 


6 , 000.000 


130,000 

2.843.410 


750,000 

2,350,000 


300.000 

75,000 


000 


208 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ $ 


Omega Machinery (The), Ltd 

Omnium Oil Development Co., Ltd 

Onek Co., Limited 

Ontario Abrasive Wheels, Ltd 

Ontario Cloak Co., Ltd 

Ontario Fur Farms, Ltd 

Ontario Glove Mfg. Co., Ltd. . 

Ontario Gravel Freighting Co., Ltd 
Ontario Machine Co. (The), Ltd. 
Ontario Marble Co., Ltd 

Ontario National Development Cor- 
poration, Ltd. 


St. Hyncinthe, 
Que. 

Toronto, Ont. . 
Toronto. Ont. . 
Prescott, Ont 
Toronto, Ont . 
Holstein. Ont 
Kitchener, Ont 

Windsor, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Peterborough, 

Ont. 

Toronto, Ont 


Ontario Power Co., Ltd 

Ontario Silver Black Foxes, Ltd. 
Ontario Steel Products, I.td 
Ontario Transportation & Pulp Co., 
Limited. 

Ontario Wind Engine & Pump Co., 
(Western Branch), Ltd. 

O-Pee-Chee Co., Ltd 

Opcnsaw & Bennett Ltd 

Oppenheimer Casing Co. of Canada, 
Limited. 

Opticians. Limited 

Orchard Grove Land Co., Ltd 

O’Reilly «k Belanger, Ltd 

Orillia Worsted Co., Ltd 

Orkin (J. M.) Co., Ltd 

Orme Realty Co. (The), Ltd 

Ormes Steamship Co., Ltd 

Osborne Park Land Co., Ltd 

Osborn (Sam’l) (Canada). Ltd 

Oshkosh Overall Co.. Ltd 

Ostrander (B. J.) & Co., Ltd 

Otonabee Mills, Ltd 


Ott (L. A.) & Co., Ltd 

Ottawa & Hull Power & Mfg. Co., Ltd. 

Ottawa Artificial Ice Co., Ltd. 

Ottawa Axe & Tool Co.. Ltd 

Ottawa Beach Motor Co., Ltd 

Ottawa Car Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Ottawa Cat Club, (The) 


Montreal, Que... 
Brantford, Ont. . 
Gananoque, Ont . 
Thorold, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

London, Ont 

Montreal, Que... 
Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que. .. 
Ottawa, Ont 

Orillia, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Que... 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Welland, Ont. 

Winnipeg, Man 

Peterborough, 

Ont. 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Hull, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 


Ottawa Composition Co. (The), Ltd 

Ottawa Contractors, Limited 

Ottawa Dairy, Limited 

Ottawa Electric Company 

Ottawa Farm Journal, Ltd 

Ottawa Film Productions, Ltd 

Ottawa Gas Company 

Ottawa House Furnishings. Ltd 

Ottawa Iron & Metal Co., Ltd 

Ottawa Light. Heat & Power Co., Ltd. 

Ottawa Paint Works, Ltd 

( )ttawa Paper Box Co.. Ltd 

Ottawa Traction Co.. Ltd 

Ottawa Transportation Co., Ltd 

Ottawa Truss & Surgical Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Ottawa Valley Lumber Co., Ltd 

Owen Sound Cereal Mills, Ltd.. 

Owene-Elms Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Owens Lumber Co., Ltd 

Oxbow Lumber Co., Ltd 

Oxford Hotel Co., Ltd 

Oxford Knitting Co., Ltd 

Oxton & Wilson, Ltd 


Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa. Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa. Ont 

Ottawa, Cnt 

Ottawa, Ont . 

< >ttawn. Ont 

« )ttawa, I »nt 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont.. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 
Owen Sound, Ont. 

Toronto, Ont 

Montebello, Que. 

Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, Que.. 
Woodstock, Ont.. 
Winnipeg, Man.. 


200.000 

81.000 

£ 250.000 

£ 110.287 

2.000.000 

2,000.000 

30.0(H) 

23.200 

50.000 

42.100 

40.000 

19.146 

40.000 

21.000 

.50.000 

50.000 

100.000 

50.000 

100.000 

100.000 

60.000 

10 shares 

shares no 


par value. 


100.000 

100.000 

100.000 

18,400 

2.750.000 

750.000 

10.000 

10.000 

100.000 

1.000 

250.000 

157.600 

50.000 

10.000 

20.000 

20.000 

40.000 

10.000 

49.000 

24.000 

100.000 

GO. 000 

300.000 

126.000 

500.000 

150.000 

250.000 

136.400 

1.000,000 

900.000 

100.000 

90,00(1 

400.000 

50.000 

250.000 

50.600 

500 000 

100.000 

100.000 

35,500 

100.000 

86.700 

1.400.00(1 

1.400.000 

250,000 

60.00(1 

loo.ooo 

10,000 

50,000 

50.000 

3.000.000 

1.177,900 



share 


Capital. 


50.000 

20.000 

250,000 

600 

1,000.000 

800.00(1 

3.000.000 

3. 000. 000 

200.000 

100,000 

150,000 

150, 000 

2,000.000 

2.000,000 

50.000 

20.5(H) 

50,000 

20.000 

5,000.000 

3. 5(H). 000 

250.00(1 

120,000 

150.000 

105.5(H) 

10.000.000 

5.581.500 

500,000 

5(H). (HH) 

271.6(H) 

73.200 

50.00(1 

5.300 

100. (HH) 

45.500 

500.000 

300.000 

100. (HM) 

1(H), (HH) 

25.000 

5.000 

200.000 

136.300 

50. (HH) 

50.000 

50,000 

26,500 


P. & M. Co., (The) Ltd 

P. Q. Towing Co.. (The) Ltd.. 
Pacific-Atlantic Construction Co., Ltd. 
Pacific Construction Co., (The) Ltd. 
Pacific Coast Exploration Co., Ltd. . . 

Pacific Dairies. Ltd 

Pacific M etals T ransportat ion Co. , Ltd . 
1 11 

Packard Montreal Motor Co., Ltd... 


Montreal. Que 

Dalhousie, N. B . 
Vancouver, B.C... 
Vancouver. B.C... 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Que . . 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Que.. . 


10,000 

50,000 

5.000. 000 

1 . 000 . 000 

50.000 

250.000 

15.000 

300.000 

200.000 


10,000 

14,500 

700 

1 . 000.000 

50.000 

30.000 

15.000 
131.800 

95.000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


3.500 


39, 750 
750.000 


8.100 


243,650 

75.600 


92.S00 


30.000 

44.900 

200.000 


80,000 


12.200 


1.000 

95.000 


600.000 


120.000 


5.125.000 

100,000 


2.000,000 


6 . 000.000 


750.000 

150.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 

Emm ■ 


$ 


600,000 


120,000 


2.125.000 

100,000 

1 , 000.000 

1.300.000 


750.000 

150.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


209 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Lift of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Nam© of Company 


Page & Shaw (Canada ) Ltd. . 
Page-Horsey Export Co., Ltd. 
Page-Horsey Tubes, Ltd 


Paint & Varnish, Ltd 

Palmer A Son, Ltd. 
Palmer-Perchlorate Power Co. of Can 
ada. Ltd. 

Palmers, Ltd 

Palmolive Co. of Canada. The) Ltd.. 

Panther Rubber Co., Ltd 

Papin (Joseph . Ltd. 

Paramount Mining Co., Ltd 

Puriscau Freres, Limitee 

Parisian Corset Mfg. Co., Ltd. . 

Parisian Imports, Ltd 

Parke a Parke, Ltd 

Parki i tins, Co., Ltd 

Parker. Irwin, Ltd.. 

Parker Votor Car Co.. Ltd 

Parker-Steel Shoes, Ltd 

Parker (The Dyer) of Ottawa, Ltd.. 

Parks Service. Ltd.. 

Parsons, Ltd 

Parsons (Ed.) Co., Ltd.. 

Para mo 6 Parsons < J tnadian. Ltd. 
Parsons Detective Agency, Ltd. 

Partners Investment Co., Ltd 

Partridge (The F. K.) Rubber Co., 
Ltd. 

Parrington Mfg Co., Ltd. 

Pascall (James) (Canada), Ltd 

Pastern* (P.) A: Co.. Ltd 

Patenaude (Eugene) Limitee. 

Paterson (N M.) A Co., Ltd 

Paterson (William), Ltd 

Pathescope of Canada (The), Ltd . 

Paton (Laird) A Son, Ltd.. 

Patterson Construction Co., Ltd. 

Patterson (James), Ltd 

Paul (The F. C.) Co.. Ltd 

Paul (Walter), Ltd. 

Payne (J. Bruce), Ltd 

Peacock Brothers. Ltd. 

Pearson (S.) Son & Partners, (Canada) 
Ltd. 

Peck (John W.) A Co., Ltd 

Peck Rolling Mills, Ltd 

Peerless Box Co. (The), Ltd . 

Peerless Cereal Mills, Ltd. 

Peerless Coal Co.. Ltd 

Peerless Hats. Ltd 
Peladeau (Henri), Limitee . 

Pembroke Lumber Co.. T.td 
Pembroke Milling Co.. (The) Ltd.. 

Pemischangan Mining Co.. Ltd 

Peninsula Tug A Towing Co., Ltd. 
Peninsular Sugar Co., Ltd 

Penmans, Ltd.. . 

Penn Canadian Fuel Co., Ltd... 
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. . 


People Construction Co., (The) Ltd 

Peonies Gas Supply Co., (The) Ltd... 

Perfection Counter, Ltd 

Perfection Flax Pulling Machines, Ltd 
Perfection Manufacturing Co., Ltd 


Perfection Radiators. Ltd.. 
Perfection Stove Co.. Ltd 
Perkins Electric, Ltd 


Perkins Glue Co., Ltd 

Permanent Agencies. Ltd. 
Perolin Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 
Perrin. Kayser Co.. Ltd.. 

Perth Shoe Co., Ltd 

Pesnor-. Ltd 

22—141 


Head Office 


Montreal. Quo.. 
Toronto, Ont.. 
Toronto, Ont.. 


Montreal, Quo.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que. 

Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto. Ont . 
Sherbrooke, Que. 
Contrecouer, Que 

Toronto ,Ont 

Montreal, Quo.. 

Quebec, Que 

Windsor. Ont 

Hamilton, Ont . 
Vurtm lut h ( N.S.. 

Montreal. ( hie 
Montreal. Quo.. . . 

Preston, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont. . . 

Montreal, Quo 

Moncton, N. B... 

Hamilton, Ont 

Montreal. Que.. . 

Montreal, Que 

( iuelph, < 'nr 

Toronto. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que 
Fort William, Ont 
Brantford. Ont.. 
Toronto, Ont.. . 
Montreal, Que.. 
Belleville, < >nt . 
Montreal, (Juc.. 
Montreal, Que... 
Montreal. Que.. 
Granby, Que.. . 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Montreal, Que... . 
Montreal, Que 
Ottawa, Ont.. . 
Woodstock, Ont.. 
Toronto, Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Pembroke, Ont. 
Pembroke, Ont . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Wiorton, Ont.. . . 

Petrol in. Ont 

Montreal. Que.. 

Toronto, Ont 

London, Ont 


Montreal, Que.. 
Ottawa, Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont. 
Vankleek Hill, 

( »nt 

Montreal. Que.. 
Sarnia, Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Hamilton, Ont 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto. Ont.. . 
Montreal. Quo.. 
Perth, < >nt. 
Montreal, Que.. 


100,000 

100,000 

•1.300.0(H) 


100.000 

100,000 

561,100 

1(H), 000 
600.000 

100.000 

75.000 
5(H), 000 

400.000 

65.000 

50.000 

200.000 
100.000 

50,000 

10 . 000.000 

100,000 

50.000 

250.000 
4(H). 000 

49.000 

100.000 

50.000 
1 . 000,000 
2.250.000 

50.000 
100.000 
100.000 

300.000 
2.0(H). 000 

400.000 

250.000 

95.000 

40.000 

50.000 
50.000 
50.000 

100.000 

300.000 

250.000 

G. 000. 000 

600.000 

50.000 

100.000 

20.000 

50.000 

99.000 
2,000.000 

75.000 

30.000 

20.000 

2,000.000 

4.000. 000 
100.000 

Without 

share 

capital. 

50.000 

20.000 
40.500 

500.000 

100.000 

750.000 

1.000. 000 
7.500 

shares 
no par value 

40.000 

100.000 

50.000 
2.000.000 
1,000.000 

49.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

50.000 
100.000 

27.560 
shares 
no par value 
85.800 

60.000 
500,000 


100 

600 

100 

75 

500 

222 

32, 

5, 

157, 

77, 

30, 

5,000, 

67, 

50, 

80, 

200 , 

5, 

45, 

3. 

100 , 

1.250, 


46.010 

100.000 

100,000 

300.000 
1.542.000 

200.000 
199.700 

48.000 

20.000 

50.000 
32.800 

45.000 

84.400 
.500 

250.000 

1.063.500 

579.000 
28.500 

100.000 

2.000 

50.000 

99.000 
600.000 

40.000 

30.000 
8.. 500 

140.815 

2.150.600 

27.400 


45.000 

5.000 

40.500 

350.000 

30.000 

378,500 

600. 000 
4,026 

shares 

10.000 

1.000 

20.500 
600,000 
562,800 

26.500 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

50,000 

$ 

95,000 

2.800.000 





61.100 












33.000 

15.000 







1,111,100 







200.000 







218,350 












200,000 

41,500 

128,000 

40,000 















800.000 






205,000 






210,000 







150.690 

1,075,000 


2,000,000 









100.000 









09,000 



600.000 

37,200 





Debent urea 
or Bonds 
Issued 


95.000 


125,000 

34,470 


150,000 


2 , 000,000 


210 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1S25 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Peterborough Cereal Co., Ltd. 

Peterborough Milk Products, Ltd. . . 

Peterborough Paper Box Co., Ltd. . . 

Peterborough Review Co., Ltd 

Peterson Fruit Co., (The) Ltd.. 

Petrie (H. W.) of Montreal, Ltd 

Petrol in Land & Investment Co., (The) 
Ltd. 

Pharmacie Moisan Pharmacy, Ltd — 

Phelan (F. E.) Ltd 

Phelps Power & Light, Ltd 

Phi Kappa Pi McGill, Ltd 

Phillips. Ltd 

Phillips tEugeneF.) Electrical Works, 
Ltd. 

Phillips (George) & Co., Ltd 

Phillips Mfg. Co . Ltd 

Phillips Steel & Wire Co., Ltd.. 

Phillips (W. E.) Co.. Ltd 

Phoenix Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd. . . 

Phoenix Import Co., Ltd 

Phoenix Lumber Co., Ltd 

Phoenix Securities Corporation, Ltd... 
Phonola Co. of Canada, (The) Ltd. . . 
Photogelatine Engraving Co., (The) 
Ltd. 

Photographic Stores, Ltd 

Photo-Kraft Studios. Ltd 

Pictorial Soap Co. of Canada, Ltd 


Picture Service, Ltd 

Pierce Lumber Co., Ltd 

Pigeon River Lumber Co., Ltd 

Pilcher Mfg., Co. Ltd 

Pilkington Brothers (Canada), Ltd — 

Pillow & Ilersey Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Pilot Tool & Steel Co., Ltd. 

l’inard. Pierre & Grenier, Limitee 

Pine Avenue Apartments (The), Ltd. . 

Pioneer Lumber Co., Ltd 

Piper (Hiram L.) Co., Ltd 

Piper (X. L.) Railway Supply Co., 

Piston Service, Ltd 

Pitt Railway Equipments, Ltd... 

Pitts Construction Co., (The) Ltd 

Plankstone Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Plant (E. C.) Lumber Co., Ltd 

Plants Machinery, Ltd 

Plow (B.) & Co., Ltd 

Pneumatic Scale Corporation of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

Poison (X. C.) & Co., Ltd 

Pope (Macaulay), Ltd 

Porcupine Estates Gold Mines. Ltd... 

Porritts & Spencer (Canada), Ltd 

Port Arthur Construction Co.. Ltd — 

Port Arthur Elevator Co., Ltd. 

Port Hope Sanitary Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Port McNeill Timber Co., Ltd 


Port Nelson Fish Co., Ltd 

Portland Mica Co., Ltd 

Porto Rico Railways Co., Ltd 

Pottery Products, Ltd 

Poulin (P.) & Cie, Limitee 

Pouliot (W.), Ltd 

Powell Equipment Co., Ltd 

Powers (P. J. Co., Ltd 

Powter’s Prompt & Punctual Printing, 
Ltd. 

Frairie Oils, Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

$ 

Peterborough, 

1.000.000 

250.000 

Ont. 



Peterborough, 

250.000 

125,000 

Ont. 



Peterborough, 

50,000 

7,000 

Ont. 



Peterborough, 

GO. 000 

15,000 

Ont. 




25.000 

16.400 

30.000 

Montreal, Que 

40.000 

Montreal, Que 

350,000 

205.800 

Montreal, Que 

50,000 

21,500 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

100.000 

Toronto. < >nt 

50.000 

40 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

8. SOU 

Montreal, Que 

GO. 000 

60. 000 


4,000.000 

40.000 

3.600.000 

40.000 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

299,900 

250,000 

Montreal. Que.. .. 

300.000 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

150.000 

40.500 

Montreal, Que 

1.500.000 

800.000 

Montreal, Que.. . . 

50.000 

33,000 

Winnipeg, Man.. . 

500.000 

500,000 

Montreal, Que 

150.000 

15,000 

Kitchener, Ont... . 

250.000 

135.000 

Ottawa. Ont 

50,000 

20.500 

Ottawa, Ont 

40.000 

8,004 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

27.100 

Montreal, Que.. . . 

50.000 

4.401 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

shares no 
par value 
39,600 

Timmins, Ont . 

300.000 

100.000 

Port Arthur, ( )nt. 

500.000 

450.000 

Windsor. Ont ... . 

50.000 

9.780 

St. Catharines, 

2.500,000 

2,500.000 

Ont . 



Montreal, Que 

800.000 

800,000 

Montreal, Que 

15.000 

15,000 

Montreal. Que 

100.000 

57,200 


140.000 

95,000 

Lethbridge. Alta . 

350.000 

350,000 

Montreal, Que 

40.000 

40.000 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

40. OH) 

Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

4.033 

Montreal. Que 

1.000.000 

554.100 

Ottawa, Ont. . . 

50,000 

5.000 

Peterborough, 

200.000 

500 

Ont 



Montreal, Que 

50.000 

6.50) 

Montreal, Que 

300.000 

150.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

44. OH) 

Toronto, Ont 

20,000 

20,000 

Montreal. Que 

300.000 

300.000 

Toronto. Ont 

40,000 

21. OK) 

Cobalt. Ont 

3,000.000 

3,000.000 

Hamilton. Ont. . 

1,000.000 

817.500 

Toronto, Ont 

500. 000 

50,000 

Winnipeg, Man. . 

500,000 

500.000 

Toronto, Ont.. . 

1.250.000 

750.000 

Toronto, Ont 

1.000 

1.000 

shares of 

shares 

Winnipeg, Man.. 

no par value 
100.000 

41,800 

t »ttawa, Ont 

6,000 

6.000 

Toronto, Ont 

5,000,000 

4,000,000 

Winnipeg, Man.. . 
Montreal, Que 

100,000 

29.400 

200,000 

137.100 

Joliette, Que 

250.000 

250.000 

Winnipeg. Man.. . 

50.000 

12,500 

Ottawa, Ont 

45.000 

28.800 

Montreal, Que 

50,000 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont 

200,000 

200,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S 

500,000 

102.925 


$ 

200,000 


$ 

200,000 


19,300 


93,700 


4.000 


79,000 

79.500 


£154,100 


£154,100 


500,000 


1 , 000,000 


( $3,000,000 
( £1.500,000 


) $3,000,000 
) £ 265.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


211 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 100 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Pratt A Whitney Co., of Canada, Ltd 
Premier Extension Gold Mining Co., 
Ltd. 

Premier Extension Syndicate, Ltd... 

Premier Pants Co., Ltd. . 

Premier Paper Products. Ltd.. 

Premier Potato Co.. Ltd 

Premier Silk Mills, Ltd 

Premier Tire A Rubber Goods, Ltd.. 
Premier Vacum Cleaner Co.. Ltd 
Presbyterian Immigration Society of 

Canada 

Prescott A Ogdensburg Ferry Co. 

(The) Limited. 

Prescott Art Institute, Ltd. 

President Suspender Co., Ltd. 

Pressed Metals Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Pressure Proof Kings. Ltd... 

Prest-O-Lite Co. of Canada, Ltd. . 


Preston W. E.), Ltd... 

Preston's Pure Preserves. Ltd. 

Price (G. U.), Ltd 
Princess May Steamship Co.. Ltd. . 
Princley Shirts, Ltd 
Printers Machinery Co. (The), Ltd.. 
Process Engineers. Ltd 
Proctor & Gamble Distributing Co- °« 
Canada, Ltd. 

Producers Dairy (The), Ltd 
Pronovost Universal Wheel Co. (The) 
Ltd. 

Province Elevator Co.. Ltd 

Provincial Natural Gas A Fuel Co. of 
Ontario; Ltd. 

Prows© (Geo. R.) Range C’o.. Ltd 
Prud’homme (A.) A Fils. Lt£e. 

Puebla Tramway, Light A Power 
Co.. Ltd. 

Pulp A- Paper Mill Accessories, Ltd — 
Pulp A Paper Securities. Ltd 
Purdy-Henderson Co. (The). Ltd 
Pure Cane Molasses Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Pure Food Stores. Ltd 

Pure Ice Co., Ltd - 

Pure Milk Co. (The). Ltd. 

Pure Oil Co. of Canada (Theb Ltd 

Purity Flour Mills. Ltd 

Pyke (Jns. W.) A Co., Ltd 
Pyrene Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Quaker Candy Co., Ltd . ... 

Quaker City Chemical Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Quality Canners of Canada, Ltd 

Quality Inks. Ltd. 

Quebec Bond Co., Ltd 

Quebec Buildings. Ltd 
Quebec Cartage A Transfer Co. (The). 
Quebec Development Co.. Ltd 
Quebec Marine Works, Ltd. 

Quebec Paper Sales Co.. Ltd. . 

Quebec Political Association 


Quebec Rail wav. Light, Heat A Power 
Co.. Ltd. 

Quebec Shipbuilding A Repair Co. 
Ltd. 

Quebec Steamship Co.. Ltd 

Queen City Oil Co. (The), Ltd 

Queen Dress A Waist, Ltd 


Head Office 


Dundas, Ont. 
Ottawa, Ont.. 

Ottawa, Ont.. 

Montreal, Quo 
Sarnia, Ont 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal, Que 


Beams’ die. Ont 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Moose Jaw, Sask. 


Prescott, Ont ... 

Prescott. Ont 
Niagara Falls, 
Ont. 

Toronto. Ont.. . 
Sherbrooke. Que. 
Toronto, Ont.. 


Midland. < >nt 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal. Que. 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Montreal. Que. 
Toronto. Ont.. 

Ottawa, Ont. 
Montreal, Que. 


Winnipeg. Man. 
Niagara Falls, 
Ont. 

Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto, Ont... 


Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 

Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Hamilton. Ont. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto, Ont.. 
Hamilton, Ont. 


Windsor, Ont . 
Chesley, Ont... . 
Montreal. Oue.. 
Montreal, Que... 
Ouebec, Que . . 
Quebec, Que . . . 
Quebec, Que 
Donnaoona. Que 
Montreal, Que... 


Montreal, Que.. 

Montreal. Que.. 

Montreal. Que.. 
Toronto. Ont... 
Montreal, Que.. 


Author- 

ised 

Capital 


250.000 

4.000.000 

1.000 
shares 
no par value 

50.000 

50.000 
50.000 

250.000 


500.000 
50.000 

Without 

share 

capital. 

100.000 

100,000 

50.000 

2.500.000 

100.000 

20.000 

shares 

no par value 

250.000 
50.000 

500.000 

125.000 

50.000 

40.000 

100.000 

25.000 

750.000 
750.000 


500.000 

600.000 

50.000 

500.000 
6.500.000 

100.000 

50.000 

200.000 

250.000 

300.000 

05.000 

400.000 

50.000 

500.000 

400.000 

lull ooo 

100.000 

50.000 

250.000 

50 000 

250 000 

100.000 

300.000 

25.000. 000 

25.000 

50.000 
Without 

*har«- 

capil.il. 

10.000. 000 

40.000 

10 . 000.000 

25.000 

200.000 


Common 

Stock 

Lssucd 


15.000 
4.000.000 

1.000 

shares 

6,000 

21.000 
21.000 

2,000 
shares of 
no par value 
375.000 
2,330 


100,000 

52.575 

26.100 

2,213,100 
100.000 
8.000 
shares 

105.000 

15.000 
87.500 

125.000 
5.000 
6.800 

45.300 

25.000 

293.400 

40.000 
shares no 
par value. 

42S.500 

600.000 

50.000 
170.600 

6.500.000 

100.000 

5.000 

104.900 

250.000 

85.000 
71.150 

270.000 

50.000 

300.000 

400.000 

100.000 
100.000 

25.000 

140.000 

42.000 

250.000 

100.000 

77.000 

2.780.000 

11.000 

5.000 


9,999.500 

40.000 

500.000 

25.000 
165.100 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


81.000 

125.000 


213.000 


43.600 

500 


10.000 


61.900 

400.000 


64.300 


20.000 

6,200 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
A uthorized 


12.000.000 


400.000 


14.000.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


S. 667, 400 


400.000 


9,912,634 


212 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Cor 


Queen’s Hotel (The), Ltd 

Quinlan Cut Stone. Ltd. 

Quintal & Lynch, Ltd 

Quintal (Omer) Lt6e 

Quinte Fuel Dock & Supply Co., Ltd. 
Quyon Milling Co., Ltd 
Racicot & Tremblay (The), Lt£e 
Racine (Alphonse) Ltd. 

Radio, Ltd 

Radio Sales Co., Ltd 

Radio Valve Co. of Canada (The), Ltd 

Radium Estates, Ltd 

Radnor Water Co., Ltd 

Rail Joint Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Railway & Power Engineering 
poration. Ltd. 

Rainville (G. H.) Co.. Ltd 

Ramsey (James). Ltd 

Randall. Gee & Mitchell, Ltd 

Ranger (W. E.), Lt£e 

Rankin (W. A.), Ltd. 

Rat Portage Lumber Co.. Ltd 
Raw (The J. Frank) Co.. Ltd. 
Rawleigh (W. T.) Co.. Ltd.. 

Raymond Concrete Pile Co., Ltd 
Raymond Hardware (The). Ltd 
Reach (A. J.1 Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Read (Geo. W i Co.. Ltd 
Reade Construction Co.. Ltd.. 

Real Cake Cone Co., Ltd 
Realties & Agencies, Ltd.. 

Realties, Ltd 
Realty Holding Co. of Winnipeg. Ltd 
Record Investment Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Rep Cap Products, Ltd 
Red Line, Ltd 
Red River Grain Co., Ltd 
Red Star Refineries. Ltd.. 

Red Star Sales Co., Ltd 
Redmond Co. (The), Ltd 
Reece Machinery Co. of Canada (The), 
Ltd. 

Reford (Robert) Co., Ltd.. 

Regal Kitchens, Ltd 

Regal Paper Box Co., Ltd 

Regal Shirt Co. (The), Ltd 
Regent ( Tap Co.. Ltd- 
Regent Securities. Ltd 
Reid Towing Jc Wrecking Co., Ltd. . 
Reindeer, Ltd 

Reliance Agencies, Ltd 

Reliance Engravers. Ltd 
Reliance Finance Corporation, Ltd 

Reliance Grain Co., Ltd 

Reliance Lumber Co., Ltd 
Reliance Securities Corporation. Ltd 
Remington Arms UMC. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Remington Typewriter Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Ren Automotive Supply Co., Ltd. ... 

Renforth Realty Co.. Ltd 

Renfrew Textiles, Ltd.. 

Renold (Hans) of Canada, T.td 
Repeater Six Fuse Plug Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Restigouclie Log Driving & Boom Co., 
Ltd. 

Retail Merchants Association 
Canada. 

Retail Merchants Publishing Co. of 
Canada, Ltd. 

Ret tie <fe Smith, Ltd.. 

Revillon Freres Trading Co 

Rhodia Motors, Ltd 

Ribbons. Ltd 

Rice Fielding, Ltd.. 

Rice I ake Canoe Co., Ltd 
Rice, Lewis «& Son, Ltd 



. Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 
■ z.-. 1 
Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

S 

Montreal. Que.. 

300,000 

300.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

400,000 

400 000 

Montreal. Que.. 

500.006 

200.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

30.000 

6.300 

Deseronto, Ont... 

20.000 

9.100 

Quvon, Que 

20.000 

16.800 

Montreal. Que.. 

150.000 

19.100 

Montreal. Que.. 

1 . 500.000 

1 500.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

50.000 

25.300 

Montreal. Que.. 

75.000 

40.000 

Toronto. Ont 

150.000 

150.000 

Toronto. Ont.. 

100.000 


Montreal. Que.. 

50.000 

25.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

49.000 

49.000 

-Toronto, Ont 

50.000 

35.000 

Montreal. Que. 

100.000 

61.000 

Edmonton. Alta. 

100.000 

100.000 

Winnipeg. Man. 

25.000 

25.000 

Lachine, Que 

20.000 

12.400 

Ottawa. Ont. 

100.000 

27.500 

St. Boniface. Man 

2 . 000.000 

2 , 000.000 

Toronto, Ont.. 

200.000 

110.000 

London. ( )nt. 

50.000 

50.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

25.000 

25.000 

Montreal, Quo. 

20.000 

10.025 

Toronto. Ont 

250.000 

20.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

150.000 

150.000 

Minto. N.B 

50.000 

50 . 0 ( H ) 

Toronto. Ont.. 

84.000 

84.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

150 . 0 ( H ) 

150.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

12.500 

7.925 

Montreal, Que. 

500.000 

250.000 

Montreal, Que. 

100.000 

40.700 

Montreal. Que. 

250.000 

52.100 

Ottawa. Ont 

50.000 

16.000 

W innipeg. Man 

250.000 

SO . 000 

Montreal, Que. 

6 . 0 ( H ). 0 ( H ) 

4 000.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

25.000 

5.000 

Montreal. Quo. 

600.000 

500.000 

Montreal, Que. 

50.000 

5.000 

Montreal. Que. 

1.000.000 

1.000.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

50.000 

49.300 

Toronto, ( )nt .. 

50.000 

50.000 

Hamilton. Ont 

200.000 

100.000 

Montreal. Que. 

50.000 

46.000 

Three Rivers, Que. 

1 . 000.000 

1.000.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

200.000 

200.000 

Toronto. Ont . 

5.000 

5.000 

Montreal. Que. 

50.000 

5.500 

Toronto, Ont . 

60.000 

40.000 

Brantford. ( >nt 

500. 000 

300.000 

W innipeg. Man 

250.000 

2 . 50.000 

Saskatoon. Sask 

350.000 

350.000 

Toronto. Ont . 

40.000 

21.300 

Windsor, Ont 

25.000 

25.000 

Toronto, Ontl. 

250.000 

250.000 

Preston. Ont . 

40.000 

6.000 

Montreal. Que. 

50.000 

36.600 

Renfrew. Ont 

250.000 

165.700 

Montreal. Que.. 

25.000 

5. 140 

Burlington. Ont. 

60.000 

25.000 

Campbellton. X 
B. 

Ottawa, Ont. . . 

Without 


Montreal, Que.. 

share 

capital. 

100.000 

93.000 

Montreal. Quo. 

70.000 

20.000 

Montreal. Que... 

2 , 000.000 

1 . S 00.000 

Montreal. Que..,. 

50.000 

50.000 

Toronto. ( »nt.. 

250.000 

250.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

10.000 

1.000 

Cobourg, Ont 

150. 000 

14,700 

Toronto, Ont.. 

500,000 

310 . 000 ' 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


25.000 


50.000 

25.000 


50 


000 


50.000 

767.222 


33,600 


10.400 


17.000 


150.000 


350.000 

450.000 


50.500 


150.000 


30.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


150.000 


350.000 

450.000 


59.500 


150.000 


30.000 


COMPAXIES ACT 


213 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Rice (McWilliams B.) A Sons, Ltd. 

Rice Studio, Ltd 

Richards Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Richards (W. B.) A Co.. Ltd.. 
Richardson (James) A Sons. Ltd 
Richardson (James) Co., Ltd 
Richelieu Realty Co., Ltd 
Richmond Agencies. Ltd.. 

Richmond Wire A Iron Co. (The), Ltd. 
Rideau Investment Co.. Ltd 
Rideau Iron A Metal Co. (The), Ltd 
Rideau Lumber Co. (The*. Ltd. 

Rideau Timber Products, Ltd 

Riddell iJohn E.) A Son, Ltd 
Rimouski Lumber Co., Ltd 
Rio de Janerio Tramway, I ight A 
Power Co., (The), Ltd. 


Riordon Co.. Ltd ...... 

Riordon Pulp A Paper Co.. Ltd 
Riordon Pulp Corporation, Ltd.. 
Riordon Sales Co., Ltd 
Riordon Sales Corporation. Ltd 
Ritchie (Harold F.) A Co., Ltd 
Ritchie (John) Co., Ltd.. 

Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. of Montreal, 
Ltd. 

River Lievre Navigation Co., (The) 
Ltd. 

Riviera Realty Co. Ltd 
Rob Roy Mills, Ltd 
Roberts Automat ic Connector Co. Ltd . 
Roberts (F.W.) Mfg. Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Roberts <P.T.) Ltd 

Robertson (D.L.) Ltd 

Robertson (J.T.) Co., Ltd.. 

Robertson. TFarquhar), Ltd.. 
Robertson (James) Co., ltd.. 
Robertson Pingle A Tingle, Ltd. 
Robillard (C : a < Se I tee 
Robin Hood Mills, Ltd 
Robin. Jones A Whitman, Ltd.. 

Robinson- Alamo, Ltd 

Robinson A Climo. Ltd 
Robinson A Sons, Ltd 

Robin>on (George) Ltd 

Robinson Glue Co.. Ltd.. 

Robinson (H.B. ) A Co . Ltd . 
Robinson's Clothes. Ltd 
Robinson. Little A Co.. Ltd.. 

Robinson Motor Car Co.. Ltd. 
Robinson Prescott W Sales Co., Ltd. 
Robinson. St John A Co.. Ltd 
Robbins A Myers Co. of Canada. Ltd 
Robson I Frederick E.) A Co.. Ltd 
Rock City Tobacco Co.. Ltd . 
Rockwood Sprinkler Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Roelofson Machine A Tool Co. . Ltd 

Rogers (The George H . ) Co. , Ltd 

Rogers Lumber Yards, Ltd 

Rolland Lumber Co . Ltd 

Holland Paper Co., Ltd 

Rolph-Clarke-Stone, Ltd 
Roman Meal Co. iThe) Limited 
Ronalds Advertising Agency. Ltd. . 
Roofcraft Co., Ltd 


Rose II.) A Co.. Ltd 

Rose A Laflamme, Ltd 

Rose-McLaurin, Ltd 
Rosedale Coal Co.. Ltd 
Rosemount Land Co.. Ltd 
Rosenbaum Bros, of Canada. Ltd 
Rosenthal (S.) Ltd 
Roes, Church Road Co., Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 
8 took 
Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 

S 

5 

$ 

t 


40.000 

33.000 




Montreal. Que. 

40.500 

7.800 

35,000 




300.000 

233.1(H) 




B. 

Montreal. Que.. . 

50.0C0 

50.000 




Kingston. ( >nt. 

750.000 

745.000 




Matane. Que 

200.000 

60.500 




Montreal. Que. 

100.000 

26.300 




Toronto. < >nt .. 

100.000 

15.0(H) 




Deseronto. ( >nt 

1 . ooo.ooo 

450. ()()() 

88.500 



Montreal. Quo.. 

700.000 

700.000 


£ 200.000 

£ 160,000 

Ottawa. On t 

25,00(1 

10.000 





100.000 

26.000 





100.000 

78.000 




Hamilton. Ont. 

100.000 

100.000 





150.000 

16.500 




Toronto, Ont.. 

50. OOO.OdO 

45.000.000 


25,000.000 

25.000.000 





£ 5.016.000 

£ 5.016,000 





Frs. 56,610.- 

Less re- 





000 

deemed 






£296,517. 

Montreal, Que.. 

80.0C0.000 

27.000.000 

20.000.00(1 

30.000.000 

7,980.000 

Montreal. Que.. 

7,500.000 

6.000.000 

1.500,000 

6.500.000 

6.500.000 

Montreal, Que.. 

.5.000 

cOO 




Montreal. Que 

50.000 

50.0(H) 




Montreal, Que.. . 

5,000 

500 




Toronto, Ont 

000,000 

316.0(H) 

27,300 



Quebec. Que 

750,000 

200.000 

300,000 



Montreal, Que.. 

2,000.000 

1.000.000 

1,000,000 

1,900,000 

1,500,375 

Buckingham. Que 

50.000 

13,000 




Montreal, Que.. 

100.0(H) 

86.300 




Toronto. Ont.. 

250. (MH) 

200,000 


25,000 

24.320 


1,000.000 

842,000 



Niagara Falls, 

50,000 

26.0(H) 




Ont . 







150,000 

85.000 





100.000 


36,000 



Maieonneuve, Que 

50.000 

15. (HH) 





250. (HM) 

2.50.0(H) 





2.000.000 

905,300 




< >ttawa Ont 

.50.000 

50.000 




Montreal. Que 

75.000 

50.000 




Calgary. Alta.. 

200.000 

2(H). (HH) 




Halifax. N - 

1 . 750,000 

562.800 

848.000 

250,00() 


W innipeg. Man. . 

30,000 

IS. (HH* 




Montreal. Que.. 

100.000 

10. (HH) 




Hamilton, Ont 

1.600.000 

900.000 

660,000 



Montreal. Que.. 

100. 000 

36,000 




Montreal. Que. . 

50,000 


36.000 



Montreal. Que.. 

200.000 

127,600 




Montreal, Que. 

1 .000.000 

825.000 




London. < >nt . 

2. 000.000 

1.046. 200 

650,000 



Montreal. Que 

50,000 

23. 1(H) 





50.000 

23.300 




Montreal. Que.. 

5.000 

4 . 000 




Brantford < »nt . . 

2.000,000 

825.000 




Toronto. ( >nt.. 

.50.000 

30.0(H) 

20.000 




2,500.000 

2,499.400 




Montreal, Que.. 

75,000 

75.000 





75.000 

37,300 





200.000 

192.500 




Moose Jaw. Sask. 

1.000. (MX) 

1.000.000 




Montreal, Que . 

.50.000 

12.600 




Montreal. Que.. 

1.0(H). 000 

750.000 


500.000 

500.000 

Toronto, t ' r 

3.000.000 

361.000 

1.130.io0 



Toronto. < >nt . . 

rtoo.ooo 

600.000 




Montreal, Que. . 

200.000 

1 10. (HH) 




Winnipeg. Man. 

100.000 

1.000 shares 

36,500 





no par 
value 





50, (MHi 

19.500 





299.000 

168, 100 




I.achine. Que . 

100.000 

10,000 




Toronto. < >nt 

1.500.000 

1 , 000.000 

500,000 



Montreal. Que.. 

200.000 

192.692 





50.(HK> 

.50. (NM) 




Montreal. Que . 

49.000 

29,700 




Montreal, Que.. . 

75.000 

45.000 

30.000 




214 


DEPART VEST OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Ross Corporation, Ltd 

Ross Engineering of Canada, Ltd 

Ross Realty Co.. Ltd. . 

Rother (Harry) & Co., Ltd 

Rothesay Realty Co., Ltd 

Rouge Boom Co., Ltd 

Rough ton <k Skelton, Ltd 

Round (John) & Sons, Ltd 

Routley’s Limited 

Routly & Braund, Ltd 

Rowat. Ahearn, Ltd 

Rowat, Cusson. Ross Ltd 
Rorton Mill & Chair Mfg., Co., Ltd. 

Royal Agencies, Ltd 

Royal Typewriter Co., Ltd 

Royalite Oil Co.. Ltd 

Rubber Association of Canada.. 


Rubber Regenerating Co., of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Ruberoid Co. (The) Ltd 

Ruberoid Felt Mfg., Co. (The) Ltd.. 

Rubinovich A’ Haskell, Ltd 

Ruddy Mfg., Co., Ltd.. 

Rudel-Belnap Machinery Co., Ltd 

Rugg Ball Mfg., Co., Ltd 

Russell Co. (The) Ltd 

Russell (Chas. H) Co., Ltd 

Russell (Hugh) & Sons, Ltd.. 

Russell-Murrav (J.) Co., Ltd 

Russo Canadian Mining Corporation, 
Ltd 

Ruthenian Farmers’ Elevator Co . Ltd 
Ryan, Grier & Hastings, Ltd.. 

Ryan (Richard) Ltd 

Ryan ’8 Dry Cleaning Works, Ltd — 

Sabbath (J. L.) Co., Ltd 

Sackville Motors, Ltd 

Safe-Cabinet Co. of Canada. Ltd 

Safety Electrical Appliances Ltd 

Safunt Co. of Canada, (The) Ltd. 

Sagamore Coal Co. , Ltd 


Sager Glass Corporation. Ltd 

Saguenay Securities Co.. Ltd 

Sainsbury Brothers, Ltd 

Ste. Agathe Lumber *fc Construction, 
Co., Ltd. 

St. Charles (F.X.) & Co.. Ltd 

St. Charles Condensing Co., Ltd 

St. Clair Beach, Ltd 

St. Clair Export Co., Ltd 

St. Denis Corporation. Ltd.. 

St. George’s Store. Ltd 

St. Hyncinthe Distillery Co., Ltd 

St. James Financial Agencies. Ltd. 
St.John Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co.. 
Ltd. 

St. Lambert Mfg., Co., Ltd 

St. Lawrence Brewery. Ltd 

St. Lawrence Brick Co.. Ltd 

St. Lawrence Bridge Co., Ltd. 

St. Lawrence Flour Mills. Co.. I.td. 

St. Lawrence Paper Mills, Ltd 


St. I^awrence Petroleum Co., Ltd 

St. Lawrence Power Co., Ltd 

St. I,awrence Starch Co.. (The) Ltd.. 
St. Lawrence Sugar Refineries. Ltd.... 

St . I,awrenee Waggon Co. . Ltd 

St. Lawrence Welding A Engineering 
Works. Ltd. 

St. Mathew's Heights Realty Ltd 

St. Maurice Construction Co., Ltd 

St. Maurice Pnpe r Co., Ltd 

St. Maurice Powei Co., Ltd 


Head Office 


Quebec. Que 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto. Ont 
Peterborough, 
Ont. 

Ottawa. Ont 
Montreal, Que.. 
Waterloo. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Qu<*.- 
Cnlgary, Alta 
Toronto, Ont — 


Montreal, Que. . 

Montreal, Que... . 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que... 
Brantford. Ont... . 
Montreal, Que . . 
Ayer’s Cliff, Que. 
Ottawa. Ont 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg. Man. 
Montreal, Que.. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que — 

Montreal, Que 

Sackville, N.B.. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 


Toronto, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto Ont 

Ste. Agathe des 
Monts. Que. 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto, Ont.. 
Walkerville, Ont. 
Windsor, Ont ... 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que... . 
Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Que . 
St.John. N.B.. 

Montreal. Que.. . 
Cornwall. Ont.. 
Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal. Que.. 


Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto. Ont . 
Port Credit, Ont. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que 

Quebec. Que — 

Montreal. Oue 

Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


S 

5.000. 000 
50.000 

1.500.000 

100.000 

50.000 

50.000 

15.000 

500.000 

40.000 

50.000 

30.000 

100.000 

50.000 

250.000 

50.000 

1.000. 000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

200.000 

500.000 

200.000 

250.000 

525.000 

40.000 

20.000 

495.000 
20.000 

50.000 

49.000 
1.000.000 

250.000 

100.000 

50.000 

25.000 

250.000 

49.000 

100.000 
100.000 

50.000 
500 shares 

of no par 
value 

500.000 

10.000 

50.000 

300.000 

200.000 

5.000 

500.000 

100.000 

499.000 

150.000 

3.000. 000 
50.000 

1.000. 000 

100.000 

500.000 

1.000,000 

5.000 

1.800.000 
2,700.000 


60.000 

1.500.000 

2.500.000 

10 . 000.000 

20.000 

50.000 

200.000 

25.000 

10.000,000 

S. 000.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


$ 

2 , 000.000 

50,000 

316,000 

50.000 

19.500 

25.000 

8.100 

97.900 

20.700 

34.100 

5.600 

60.000 
22.200 
50.000 

20.500 
1 , 000 . 000 


20.000 

300.. 500 
100.000 
10.000 
15,350 

20,000 

20.000 

50.000 

49.000 
25 

136.100 

30.000 

24.000 

25.000 

65.000 
12.500 

100.000 

82,800 

10.000 

350 shares 


25 

10,000 

20,400 


160.000 

5.000 

250.000 
800 

275.000 
80.500 

3.000. 000 
5.000 

1.000. 000 

80.000 

100.000 

1.000.000 

500 

1.200.000 
11.218 
shares of 
no par 
value. 

50. 013 

400.000 
1,003,100 
1.500,000 

20,000 

50,000 

200.000 

2,500 

7.S99.900 

500 


141,200 


100.000 


40.000 


150.000 


150.000 

307.000 
30,200 


403.800 


138.000 


116.800 


£100.000 

50.000 


75.000 


65.000 


250.000 


836,320 


300,000 


575.000 

1 , 000.000 


200.000 

300.000 


11 . 000.000 

300,000 


2 . 000.000 


10 , 000.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


* 


100,000 


100,000 


138,000 


50.000 


250,000 


836.320 


200.000 

300.000 


10,087.200 

300.000 

2 . 000.000 


10.000,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


215 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Nam© of Company 


Head Office 


St. Maurice River Boom A Driving 
Co., (The) Ltd. 

St. Maurice Sales Co., Ltd 

St. Maurice Valley Cotton Mills Ltd. . 


Three Rivers, 
Que. 

Montreal. Que. 
Three Rivers, 
Que. 


St. Pierre (Wm.) Ltd. . . 

St. Regis Land Co., Ltd. 

St. Thomas Bronze Co., Ltd 

St. Thomas Metal Signs, Ltd 

Salts A Chemicals, Ltd 

Sampson Office Service, Ltd . . . 

Samson Angus. Ltd 

Samson Tractor Co. of C anada. Ltd . 

Samuelsohn, Ltd 

Sanctuary Oil Co., Ltd 


Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que.. 

St. Thomas, Ont.. 
St. Thomas, Ont.. 
Kitchener, Ont.. 
Ottawa. Ont. 

Montreal, Que 

Osbawa. Ont. . 
Montreal. Que.. 

' Ittawa, Ont. 


San Francisco A- McMurray Oil Refin- 
ing Co., (The) Ltd. 

Sand A* Gravel Products. Ltd 
Sangamo Electric Co. of Canada. Ltd 
Sani Products Co.. Ltd.. 

Sanitary Plumbing Co.. Ltd. . 

Sao Paulo Electric Co., Ltd.. . 

Sapco Spring Co., Ltd 

Sarnia Bridge Co., Ltd 

Sarnia City Dairy (The), Ltd 
Saskatchewan Elevator Co., Ltd 
Saskatchewan Lumber Co. vThe) Ltd. 


Edmonton, Alta.. 

Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Ottawa, Ont 
Toronto. Ont.. 
Toronto, Ont . . 
Sarnia, Ont 
Sarnia. Ont 
Winnipeg. Man 
Crooked River. 
Sask. 


Sasicatchewan Valley A Manitoba 
Land Co. (The) Ltd 
Saunders (H.iA.) Ltd 
Sautauriski Lumber Co., Ltd 
Sawyer-Massev Co., Ltd. 

Saxonia Fruit Preserving Co., Ltd 

Scales A Roberts. Ltd 

Scarfe A Co. Ltd 
Schnaufer (F) A Sons, Ltd 
Schultz Bros. Co. (The) Ltd 
Schooner Voila Pearl Co., Ltd 
Schwartz (Lorne) A Co., Ltd. 
Scientific Experimenters, Ltd. 

Scientific Supplies. Ltd 

Scobell Drug Co., Ltd 
Scotia Investments. Ltd 
Scott A Bosquet Freres. Lt^e 
Scott Brokerage Co. (The) Ltd 

Scott Brothers. Ltd 

Scott-Holmes, Ltd 

fames) A Co. . Lid 

Scottish Canadian Magnesite Co., Ltd. 
Scottish Colonial Investment Co., Ltd. 

Scully (William) Ltd 

Scythes A Co.. Ltd 

Scvthes Vocal in Co.. Ltd 

Sea Sled Co. (The) Ltd 
Seaforth Milling Co., Ltd 
Seagram (Joseph E.) A Sons. Ltd... . 
Seamless Rubber Co. (The) Ltd 
Searle Grain Co.. Ltd 
Secord (P. H.) A Sons Construction 
Co.. Ltd 

Security Egg Case Filler Co. of Cana- 
ada. Ltd. 

Security Elevator Co., Ltd 

Securitv Lumber Co., Ltd 

Seely Mfg. Co . Ltd. 

Sellers Anchor Bottom Tie Plate Co. 
of Canada, Ltd 

Sellon (E. N.) A Co., Ltd 

Semi-Ready. Ltd 

Semrnclhaack-Dickson, Ltd 

Senneville Apartments, Ltd 

Serre, Ltd 

Service Barber Shops. Ltd 

Service Drug Stores, Ltd 


Winnipeg, Man. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Donnacona, Que 
Hamilton, Ont. . . 
Montreal. Que 
Toronto, Cnt 
Brantford. Ont . 
Montreal. Que 
Brantford. Out. . . 
St. John. N.B. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal. Que . . 
Montreal. Quo . . 
Montreal, Que . . 

Sydney, N.S 

Montreal. Que . . 
Winnipeg. Man 
Montreal. Que. . . 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que 
Montreal, Quo . . . 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto. Ont .... 
Toronto. Ont ... 
Montreal. Que. . . 
Montreal, Que . 
Waterloo. Ont 
Toronto, Ont .... 

Melford, Sask 

Brantford, Ont . 

London, Ont . 

Winnipeg. Man 
Moose Jaw. Sask . 

Windsor. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal. Que 
Montreal, Que . 
Montreal. Quo. . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Ottawa. Ont ... 
Montreal. Que 
Winnipeg, M:m 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Btook 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

$ 

5 

S 

49.000 

32.400 



25,000 

25.000 



1,250,000 

1,250,000 


2,500,000 

150,000 

70,000 

80,000 


200.000 

131.300 



200.000 

100.000 

100.000 


100.000 

42.400 

2.300 


2,500,000 

2.300.0( H ) 

176.487 


20.000 

5,300 

i.eoo 


49.900 

22.3( H ) 



10.000 

10. ( KM ) 



100.000 

100,000 







of no 




par value. 




3.000.000 

1.000,070 

168,800 


100. 000 

40.000 



300.000 

250.000 



40.000 

20.300 



50.000 

30.250 



10.000.000 

5.000.000 


£2.000.000 

100.000 

59, 100 



500,000 

245.500 


200.000 

100, (Min 

33.825 



500.000 

500.000 



500.000 

500.000 



75,000 

75,000 



100,000 

100.000 



200.000 

200,000 


600,000 

7,000,000 

1.500,000 

1,500,000 

3,500.000 

50,000 

50,000 



500.000 

300.000 

105.100 

750.000 

500,000 

422.5( H ) 



40.000 

39.500 



400.000 

299.400 



1.000 

1.000 



50,000 

15. ( KM ) 



100,000 

10.000 



.50,000 

31.500 



loo.ooo 

20.000 



50,000 

50,000 



300. ( MM ) 

93.000 



20.000 

11.300 



40.000 

4.000 



100.000 

41.000 



100,000 

49.700 

2,500 


1.000.000 

870.000 

100.000 

.540. (MHJ 

900,000 

750.0( H ) 



100.000 

100,000 



1.000.000 

106.500 

176.500 


200.000 

50.000 

.50.000 


1.000.000 

1 .000.000 



100,000 

100.000 



1.000,000 

1.000,000 



io.ooo 

.500 



250.000 

250.000 



500.000 

400.000 

100,000 


50.000 

2I250 

12,100 


1.000.000 

900.000 



1.200.000 

1 . 100.000 



200.000 

94,800 

23,800 


100.000 

100.000 



100.000 

100.000 



250.000 

250.000 



50.000 

20.300 



99.000 

20, 100 



100.000 

.50.000 



80.000 

40.000 

10.700 


200.000 


53.000 



Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issue. I 


$ 


2,500,000 


£2,000.000 


200.000 


600.000 

2 , 886.000 

600.000 


356.000 


216 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Service Tobacco Shops. Ltd 


Sessenwein Bros., Ltd 

Sewards. Ltd 

Shaer, Morton & Co. Ltd 

Shalinsky (J.) Ltd 

Sharpe (C. A.), Ltd 

Sharpies (W. Ac J.) Ltd 

Shaw Mfg., Co. (The) Ltd 
Shawinigan Cotton Co. (The) Ltd 

Shawinigan Electro Metals Co., Ltd. 
Shawinigan Engineering Co., Ltd 
Shawinigan Foundries, Ltd 

Shearer (The James) Co., Ltd 

Sheba. Ltd 

Shedden Forwarding Co. (The) Ltd . 

Sheldon - Ltd 

Shepard & Morse Lumber Co. of Can- 
ada), Ltd. 

Sherbrooke Amusement. Ltd 
Sherbrooke Business Corporation. Ltd 
Sherbrooke Construction Co. (The) 
Ltd. 

Sherbrooke Iron Metal Ac Hide Co.. 
Ltd. 

Sherbrooke Iron Works, Ltd 
Sherbrooke Land S’ Water Power Co., 
Ltd. 

Sherbrooke Machinery Co., Ltd 

Sherbrooke Record Co., Ltd 

Sherer-G illett Co., Ltd 

Sheet Metal Products Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Sherwin Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Shimer Cutter Head Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Shinn Mfg. Co. of Canada, (The) Ltd. 
Shippers Underwriters Agency of 
Canada, Ltd 

Shipping Federation of Canada 


Shouldis Bread Co., Ltd 

Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children 


Shubert (A. B.), Ltd 

Shurley (T. F.) f Co., Ltd 

Siems, Carey Kerbaugh, Ltd 

Silberman (Herman) Co., Ltd ... 

Silks, Ltd 

Sills (E. M.) Co.. Ltd 

Silver Brothers, Ltd . 

Silverman (M. J.) Ac Sons, Ltd 
Simmons, Ltd 


Simon (H.) Ac Sons, Ltd 

Simonds Canada Saw Co., Ltd 

Simplex Floor Finishing Appliance Co., 

Ltd. 

Simpson Co. (The) Ltd 

Simpson (Kenneth R.), Ltd 

Simpson (The Robert) Eastern, Ltd 
Simpson (The Robert ) Western, Ltd. 
Sineennes-McNaughton Line (The) 
Ltd. 

Sinclair Ac Valentine Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Sisman .T.) Shoe Co., Ltd 

Slater (N.) Co., Ltd 

Slater Shoe Co., Ltd . ... 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


S 

$ 

Montreal. Que. 

1,000 c. 


Cote St. Paul. 
Que. 

Lachine. Que 

Shares . 
No par 
par value. 
3.000 P. 
Shares $100 

35.000 

35.000 

100. 000 

37. 100 

Montreal. Que. 

50.000 

20.000 

Montreal, Que . 

50,000 

5.500 

Montreal, Que . . . . 

150.000 

28.7(H) 

Quebec, Que 

1, 500.0(H) 

300.500 

Montreal. Que . . . 

45 000 

27.200 

Three Rivers, 

1,000,000 

1 . 000 . 000 

Que. 



Toronto, Ont 

25.000 

25.000 

Montreal, Que 

100. 000 

25.0(H) 

Shawinigan Falls, 

40.000 

40.000 

Que. 



Montreal. Que 

470.500 

470. .500 

Toronto, Ont . 

40.0(H) 

10.000 

Montreal, Que. 

1.125.000 

787.500 

Galt. Ont 

600,000 

300,000 

Ottawa, Ont 

2.000.000 

2, 000. 0(H) 

Sherbrooke. Que . 

50.000 

50.000 

Sherbrooke. Que . 

45.000 

1.5.200 

Sherbrooke. Que . 

100.000 

10.000 

Sherbrooke, Que . 

50,000 

20,000 

Sherbrooke. Que. 

100.000 

500 

Sherbrooke, Que . 

50.000 

30.000 

Sherbrooke .Que . 

100.000 

100.000 

Sherbrooke. Que. 

250.000 

2.50.000 

Toronto, ( >nt 

100. 000 

1(H). (HH) 

Toronto, Ont .. 

6.000.000 

4,000.000 

Montreal. Que 

8,000.000 

4.000.000 

Galt, Ont 

50.000 

22.600 

Guelph, Ont 

50.000 

30.310 

Toronto, Ont . 

50.000 

50 





share 


Ottawa, Ont 

capital 

150.000 

40,000 

Montreal, Que . 

Without 


Winnipeg. Man. . 

share 

capital 

50.000 

50.000 

St. Catharines, 

.500.000 

259.300 

< >nt . 



Winnipeg, Man 

50.0(H) 

15.200 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

17,500 

Toronto. < >nt 

350.00(1 

350,000 

Montreal. Que 

40.000 

4,000 

Montreal, Que 

2(H). 000 

189.300 

Montreal, Que 

10,000 

10.0(H) 

Montreal, Que . 

100.000 

1(H) (HH) 

shares 

shares 

Montreal, Que 

no par value 
190.000 

loo.ooo 

Montreal. Que 

125.000 

100.000 

Montreal, Que. 

25.000 

25.000 

(iuelph, Ont 

450.000 

225.000 

Calgary. Alta . 

50.000 

25,000 

Toronto, Ont 

2.500.000 

1.000.800 

Toronto 

4.000.000 

1.758.0(H) 

Montreal, Que. 

7.50.000 

400,000 

Toronto. Ont . . 

250,000 

148.500 

\urora, Ont 

•200.000 

100.000 

Hamilton. Ont . 

1. 000.00) 

750. (HH) 

Montreal, Que. 

400.000 

302.260 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debenture* 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


300,000 


0.500 

10,000 


300,000 


2,700,000 


200.000 


12,000 


1,366,000 


200.000 

12,000 


40,000 


2 , 000.000 

4.000.000 


51.200 


1,500,000 

4.000.000 


1.500.000 

2.450.000 


225.000 


168.700 


COMPANIES ACT 


217 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Slingsby Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Slinn Broad Co.. Ltd 

Small (E. A.) Co.. Ltd. . 

Smardon Shoo Co.. Ltd 

Smart Bros.. Ltd 

Smart-Turne. Machine Co. iThe) Ltd. 
Smart’s Brockville Furnaces, Ltd 
Smith a- Nephew , Ltd 

Smith & Travers Co., Ltd 

8mit h a: " alah. Ltd 

Smith Albert (J.) Lumber Co., Ltd 

Smith Brothers of Montreal, Ltd. 

Smith (’. C ' A ( '«>.. Ltd 

Shut h Demw a- Moore, Ltd 

Smith (E. R.) Co.. Ltd 

Smith, (H. G.) Ltd 

Smith (Howard) Paper Mills. Ltd 

Smith Marbled Construction Co. Ltd. 

Smith Murphy Co. (The) Ltd) 

Smith Patterson Co. (The) Ltd... 
Smith i Pemberton) Sr Co., Ltd 
Smith (Peter) Heater Co., Ltd 
Smith-Solornon Fur Trades. Ltd 
Smjth (Stephen) Si Co. (Canada) Ltd. 
Smith Typewriter Co. of Canada (The) 
Ltd 

Smith Falls Construction Co., Ltd. 
Snap Co.. Ltd 

Snead A Co. Iron Works. Ltd 
Snell ins Paper Sales, Ltd 
Snider (Wm.) Milling Co., Ltd 
Snyder 'a Ltd 

Social Service Council of Canada 


Brantford, Ont 
Ottawa, Ont 
Montreal, Que 
Montreal, Que 
Col ling wood, ( )nt 
Hamilton, < tat 
Brockville, Ont 
Montreal. Que 
Sudbury. < >nt 

Toronto. ( tat 

Montreal, Que 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal. Que. . . . 

Toronto, Ont 

St. Johns. Que 
Regina, Sack 
Montreal, Que 
Montreal. Que 
Winnipeg. Man 
Mont rci I, 1 Jue 
Montreal. Que 
Walker ville, Ont. 
Montreal, Que. 
Toronto. < >n» 
Montreal, Que 

Smiths Falls, Ont. 
Montreal. Que 
Toronto. ( tat 
Ottawa, Ont 
Waterloo. Ont 
Waterloo, ( tar 
Toronto, Ont 


Societe Beige de Benfaisance 


Montreal, Que. 


Societe Pro vane her d 'Historic Xatur- 
elle du Canada 


Quebec, Que 


Society Brand Clothes, Ltd 

Soda Deposts, Ltd 

SolexCo. (The), Ltd 

Somerville Paper Boxes, Ltd 

Sommer (A.) Sc Co., Ltd 

Sommer’s. Ltd 
Sonora Phonograph, Ltd. 

Soo Line Mills, Ltd 
Snrel Light A Power Co., Ltd 
9 S St Co i 
S oublicre-I,epage. Ltee 
South American Steamship ( o The), 
Ltd. 

South Shipping Co. (The). Ltd 
South Shore Realty Co., Ltd. 
Southam, Ltd 
Southam Press, . Ltd 
Southern Alberta Oils, Ltd 
Southern Canada Power Co.. Ltd. 
Southern States Securities Co.. Ltd. 
Sovereign Production Corporation 
(ThcL Ltd. 

Spalding (A. G.) St Bros, of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Spardon Electric Products Co. The). 
Ltd. 

Sparks, Harrison ."Ltd 
Sparrow iThe J B.) Theatrical A 
Amusement Co.. Ltd. 

Special Securities. Limited 


Montreal, Que . . 
Calgary, Alta 
Montreal. Que 
London. < 'nr 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal. Que 
Toronto, Ont 
Weyburn. Sask. 
Sorel, Que 
Vancouver. B.C. 
Hull. Que 
Toronto, Ont .... 

Quebec. Que 
Montreal. Que . 
Ottawa. Ont 
Toronto, < »ni 

Calgary, Alta 

Montreal. Que 
Montreal. Que 
Toronto, Ont . 

Toronto, Ont . . 

Ottawa, Ont . . . 

Hull, Que 
Montreal. Que 

Ottawa, Ont.. . 


Specialty Film Import. Ltd 

Specification Data. Ltd 
Spencer Grain Co., Ltd 
Spencer Heater Co. of Canada (The). 
Ltd 

Spiral Nail Co. of Canada The), Ltd. 
Spieez Furniture Co. (The) Ltd 
Spirella Co. of Canada, Ltd 


Montreal. Que 
Toronto. Ont 
Winnipeg. Man 
Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 
Hanover. ( tat 
Niagara F'ls,, Ont 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debenture 
or Bonds 
Issued 


1.000.000 

500.000 

200.000 
200,000 
100.000 
200.000 
100.000 
100.000 
500.000 

40.000 

25.000 

40.000 

50.000 

50.000 

75.000 

500.000 

7.000. 000 

100.000 

1 . 000 . 000 

225.000 

20.000 

40.000 

50.000 

10.000 

50.000 

50.000 

90.000 

40.000 

40.000 

50.000 

600.000 
Without 

share 

capital 

Without 

share 

capital 

Without 

share 

capital 

150.000 
1,000,000 

200.000 

500.000 

100.000 
100.000 

5.000 

150.000 

500.000 
1.000. 000 

100.000 

750.000 

500.000 

200.000 
7oo 

3.500.000 

10.000.000 

6.000.000 

50.000 

1,000,000 

300.000 

50.000 

40.000 

150.000 

1,000 
shares no pur 
value. 

450.000 

40.000 

500.000 
500.000 


700 

307, 

50. 

195, 

88 , 

100 , 

50, 

35. 

500 

15 
54 
10 
10 
30 
45 
22 

3,693 

53 

650 

125 

20 

40 

16 
10 


8,300 

50.000 

40.000 
8,500 

48.000 
600,000 


75.000 
444,950 

50.000 
265.500 
100.000 
100.000 

5.000 

75.000 


1 . 000.000 

50.000 

750.000 

214.300 

184.000 
700 

2,555.900 

2.800.000 

4,120.000 

.50.000 

120.000 

23.000 

50.000 

39.200 

150.000 

l .000 shares. 


250.000 
8.000 

175.000 
200.500 


150.000 


30.000 


3,600 

30,000 

27.500 

1,500.000 


9.250.000 


30.000 


2,660.200 


59.000 


40.000 


75.000 


100.000 


217.400 


60.000 


20.000 


103.200 

1.000.000 


750.000 

5,000.000 


81,000 

60,000 

20,000 

695,000 

4.474.000 


100.000 


100.000 

200.000 

200.000 


75.000 

200.000 

200.000 


1.1S0 


218 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies -which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debent ur*s 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Spittal Brothers. Ltd 

Springs & Auto Parts. Ltd. 
Sportsman’s Specialty Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

StafTor J (S S.) Limited 


London. Ont... 
Toronto. Ont . . 
Montreal. Que.. 

Toronto. Ont. . 


Stag Shoe Co. (The). Ltd 

Stamped <fc Enamelled Ware, Ltd... 

Standard Bread Co.. Ltd 

Standard Chemical Co., Ltd 

Standard Church of America (The) 


Montreal. Quo 
Hespeler. Ont 
Ottawa. Ont 
Toronto. Ont 
Brockville, Ont 


Standard Clay Products, Ltd 

Standard Computing Scale Co. of Can- 
ada (The). Ltd 

Standard Elevator Co.. Ltd 

Standard Explosives, Ltd 

Standard Imports, Ltd 

Standard Iron Co., Ltd 

Standard Lime Co., Ltd 

Standard Lumber Co. of Manitoba 
(The) Ltd. 

Standard Machinery & Supplies, Ltd. 
Standard Paper Box Co. (The), Ltd 
Standard Paving, Ltd 
Standard Photo Engraving Co. (The) 
Ltd. 

Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co.. Ltd 

Standard Shipping Co.. Ltd 
Standard Underground Cable Co. of 
Canada. Ltd. 

Standard Woollen Co., Ltd 

Stanford’s, Limited 

Stanley Steel Co., Ltd 

Stanley Tool Co. of Canada, Ltd. . 


St. Johns. Que 
Windsor. Ont. . 

Winnipeg, Man. 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que. 
Joliette, Que 
Winnipeg. Man. 


Montreal. Que. 
Montreal. Que. 
Ottawa. Ont . 
Montreal, Que. 

Toronto. Ont 
Mont teal. Que. 
Hamilton, Ont. 

Montreal, Que. 


Stanstead Granite Quarries Co. (The). 
Ltd. 

Stanwav-Hutchins. Ltd 

Starke-Sevbold , Ltd 

Starr Co. of Canada. Ltd 

State Elevator Co. (The), Ltd 

Stauffer- Dobbie. Ltd 

Stave Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Steam Navigation Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Stearns (Frederick) & Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Steel Co. of Canada (The). Ltd 
Steel Equipment Co. (The), Ltd. . . 

Stein (A.) & Co.. Ltd 

Steine (M. B.). Ltd 

Stephenson Robillard Co., Ltd 

Sterling Bond Corporation, Ltd 

Sterling Coal Co., Ltd 

Sterling Development Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Sterling Engine Works (The). Ltd.. 

Sterling Products. Ltd 

Sterling Rubber Co., Ltd 

Sterling (J. R.) Twine Co., Ltd — 
Sterno of Canada, Ltd 


Montreal, Qu 
Hamilton. Oi 
Roxton Pond, 
Que. 

Beebe, Que . 


Montreal. Que . 
Montreal. Que. 
Ix>ndon, Ont — 
Winnipeg, Man 

Galt. Ont 

Montreal. Que 
Hnlifax, N.S . 
Windsor, Ont 


Stevedores. Ltd 

Stevens (The J.) «fc Son Co., Ltd 

Stevenson Bros., Ltd 

Stewnrt (A. T.) Co., Ltd 

Stewart & Cameron, Ltd 

Stewart Bottling Co., Ltd 

Stewart (James) & Co., Ltd 

Stewnrt (Peter). Ltd 
Stewart (R.) Son «fc Cunningham. Ltd 
Stinson Reeb Builders’ Supply Co., Ltd 

Stodart’s Canadian Agency. Ltd 

Stone Franklin of Canada, Ltd 

Story Luml>er Co.. Ltd. . 

Storey (W. H.) A Son, Ltd 

Stowell Screw Co. (The), Ltd 

Strachan (Jnmes), Ltd 


Hamilton. Ont. 
Pembroke, Ont 
Toronto, Ont 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal. Que 
Toronto, Ont . . 
Toronto, Ont . 

Winnipeg, Man. . 
Toronto, Ont . . . 

Guelph, Ont 

Walkerton. Ont 
Toronto, Ont . . 


Montreal. Que 
Toronto. Ont 
Toronto, Ont 
Montreal. Que 
Winnipeg. Man 
Montreal. Que 
Winnipeg. Man 
Ottawa. Ont 
Ottawa, Ont 
Montreal. Que 
Halifax, N.S 
Montreal, Que. 
Ottawa. Ont. . . 

Acton. Ont 

Montreal. Que.. 
Montreal. Que.. 


300.000 

50.000 

50.000 

50.000 


100.000 

250.000 

500.000 

5.000. 000 
Without 

share 

capital. 

1.000. 000 

50.000 

250.000 

300.000 

49.000 

100.000 

350.000 

125.000 

250.000 

204 

2 , 000.000 

10.000 

1,000.000 
1. IKK). (((Ill 
1 , 000.000 

100.000 

240.000 

250.000 

300.000 

300.000 

21,000 

400.000 

500.000 
1 , 000,000 
1 , 000,000 

50.000 

3.500.000 

600.000 

25.000.000 

150,000 

5,000 

150.000 

25.000 

200.000 

3.500.000 

500.000 

25.000 

20.000 

150.000 

100.000 
10,000 


10.000 

50.000 

50.000 

50.000 

100.000 

200.000 

500.000 

100.000 

50.000 

100.000 

50.000 

50.000 

50.000 

100,000 

50,000 

500.000 


200.000 
30.500 
5,000 

500 shares of 
no par 
value. 
48.000 
119.700 
300.000 
1.250,000 


750.000 

10.000 

250 000 

130.000 

15.000 

100.000 

350.000 

125.000 

200.000 

123.700 
400.500 

10.000 

1 . 000.000 

1. 

500.000 

70.000 

150.000 

100.000 
200,000 

210,000 

18.000 

50.500 

102.700 

450.000 
385.200 

25.500 
2,800,000 

360.000 

15,000.000 

82.700 

5.000 

51.000 

13.000 

4.000 
2.500,000 

250.000 


15.000 

20.000 

73.000 
78.800 

shades 
no par 
alue. 

10.000 
50.000 
10.200 


100.000 

40.000 
500,000 

27.000 
40.500 

50.000 


50.000 

40.000 

55.000 

50.000 
350,000 


3.602.700 


973,333 


100,000 

9.300 


50.000 


358.500 


350,000 


60.000 


60,000 


150.000 

125.000 


50,025 

10 , 000,000 


700.000 


10.000.000 

50,000 


50,000 


18.000 


2.500.000 


8.496.146 

50.000 


1,750,000 


38. 000 


43,000 


35.000 


35.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


219 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Strand Cafe. Ltd . 

Stratford Bridge & Iron Works Co.. 
Straus (S. W.) A Co.. Ltd 
Strong Lumber Co.. Ltd 
Structural Engineering Co.. Ltd 
Structural Stool Co.. Ltd 
Studebaker Corporation of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Sturtevant (B. F.) Co. of Canada. Ltd. 
Slut* Motors (Eastern Canada), Ltd. 

Style Clothes. Ltd 

Suburban Water, Limited 

Success Electric Products (The), Ltd.. 
Sully (George). Ltd 
Sulphur Mining Co. (The), Ltd 
Sultana, Ltd 

Sumbling Machinery Co., Ltd 

Sumner Co., ltd 

Sun Co. of Canada. Ltd 

Sun Maid Raisins Growers of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Sun Oil Co., Ltd 

Sundstrand Canadian Adding Machine 
Co . Ltd. 

Sunrise Steamship Co., Ltd. 

Sunshine Laundry Co. (The), Ltd — 
Super Cement (Canada) Co., Ltd.. 
Supercharge Engine Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Superheater Co.. Ltd 

Superior Brick & Tile Co., Ltd . 

Superior Electrics, Ltd 

Superior Ladies Hats Mfg. Co., Ltd 
Superior Rolling Mills Co., Ltd . . 

Superior Sales Co., Ltd 

Superior Theatres. Ltd — 

Superior Tubes A Accessories, Ltd. . . 

Swedish Separator Co., Ltd. 

Swift Canadian Co., I.td 

Swift (James) & Co., Ltd 

Svmmes (H. H.) <fc Co., Ltd 

Systems Equipment, Ltd 

Tabah Cousins, Ltd 

Tait (The James D.) Co., Ltd 

Talbot, Ltec.. 

Talbot Shoe Co., Ltd 

Talc Development Co. of Canada, Ltd. 

Tallman Brass A Metal, Ltd 

Tamblyn Drug Stores, Ltd 

Tannenbaum (I.) A Co. of Canada, Ltd 

Tarshis (L.S.) A Sons, Ltd 

Tate Electrolytic Water Proofing Pro- 
cesses, Ltd. 

Taylor A Arnold Engineering Co.. Ltd. 

Ta> lor A Arnold. Ltd 

Tavlor-Brasco, Ltd 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd 

Taylor (H. S.). Ltd 

Taylor (J. A J.), Ltd 

Taylor (R. X.) A Co., Ltd 

Taylor (W. H.), Ltd 

Teasdall Hosiery Mills. Ltd 

Tobbutt Shoe A Leather Co., (The), 

Tecumseh Baseball A Athletic Asso- 
ciation, Ltd. 

Tees A Perssc Investment Co., Ltd. . . 

Telfer Biscuit Co., Ltd 

Teller Paper Box Co. (The). Ltd 

Telford A Chapman. Ltd 

Terminal Cities of Canada. Ltd 

Terminal Grain Co., Ltd ... 

Terminal I And A Investments, Ltd. 
Terminal Warehousing Co. (The), Ltd 

Terry A Gordon, Ltd 

Terry-Xicholson-Cates, Ltd 

Tetrault Shoe Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Textile Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Thermos Bottle Co., Ltd 


Head Office 


Author- 

ised 


Capital 

$ 


Montreal, Que. 
Stratford, Ont. . . 
Montreal, Que 
North Bay, Ont 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal. Que. 
Walkerville, Ont 


50.000 
100,000 
100.000 
200.000 

50.000 
5,000 

400,000 


Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal, Que.. 

Ottawa. Ont 

Montreal, Que.. 
Dawson, Y.T . 
Montreal, Que . 
Toronto, ( >nt . 
Moncton. X.B 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que . 


200,000 

180,000 

100,000 

600,000 

50.000 

10, 

500.000 

90.000 

1 , 000,000 

400.000 

100.000 

40.000 


Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto, Ont. . . 


100,000 

25,000 


Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto. Ont.. . . 
Montreal. Que... 


50,000 

50,000 

500,000 

2 , 000.000 


Toronto. Ont 

Fort William, 
Ont. 

Pembroke, Ont . 

Montreal. Que 

Fort William, Ont. 

Montreal, Que 

Owen Sound. Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que.. . 

Toronto. Ont 

Kingston, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Winnipeg, Man. . 
Montreal, Que.. 

St. Catharines, 
Ont. 

Rimouski, Que.. . 
St. Thomas, Ont.. 

Montreal, Que 

Hamilton. Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que.. . 
Montreal, Que 


1. 000. 000 

250.000 

100.000 

25.000 
500.000 

25.000 

500.000 

300.000 

50.000 

5.000. 000 

150.000 

25.000 

150.000 

1.000. 000 

100.000 

99.000 

175.000 

75.000 

800.000 

815.000 

50.000 

125.000 

300.000 


Montreal, Quo., 
Montreal, Que.. 
Hamilton, Ont. 
Guelph, Ont . . 
Montreal, Que.. 
Toronto. Ont.. . 
Montreal, Que.. 
Montreal, Que.. 
London. <>nt. 
Three Rivers, 
Que. 

Toronto, Ont... 


250.000 

100.000 

50.000 

1 . 000.000 

35.000 

1 , 000.000 

48.000 

50.000 

150.000 

250.000 

100.000 


Winnipeg, Man 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Rock Island, Que. 
Winnipeg, Man — 

Winnipeg. Man 

Fort William, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 


500,000 

500.000 

500.000 

100.000 

2,300,000 

100,000 

500.000 

1 , 000,000 

7.50.000 

500.000 

2 , 000.000 

250.000 

100.000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


20.300 

10,000 

200.000 

20.0(H) 

500 

400.000 

200.000 

|S, IMMI 

30.000 
500,000 

25,200 

30.000 
500,000 

IK). 000 

500.000 

300.000 

10.000 

4,000 

100.000 

25.000 

50.000 

29.000 

350.000 
1.173,900 

450.000 

201.500 

64,500 

2.500 
100,400 

25.000 

100.000 

225.000 

50.000 
5.000,000 

500 

20.000 

23,700 

333 100 

50.000 

05.000 
94,100 

19.300 

200.000 

550.000 

24.000 

125.000 

250.000 

172.000 

55.000 

25.000 

52.000 

3.500 

582.500 

48.000 

25.000 
76,900 

150,000 

36.750 


300. 

69. 

200 , 

29. 

2,300, 

100 . 

.500. 

1 , 000 , 

500, 

300, 

500. 

84. 

100 . 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

15.000 

$ 















100,000 

250,000 





500,000 























15,000 









75,000 





90,000 



16,400 











300.000 

174.000 






39,000 




















150,000 




329,600 

82.400 





3,300,000 










589.000 

700,000 




Debenture 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


160,000 


150.000 


3,300,000 


300.000 


220 


DEPART M EXT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bond>* 
Authorized 


S 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Toronto, t int.. 

600.000 

500. 00O 

30.000 



15,000 

11.200 




145.000 

75.300 




100.000 

54.500 




30.000 






no par value 









no par value. 




Toronto. < >nt 

75.000 

50.000 

25.000 



100.000 

100.000 




100.000 

100.000 




250.000 

62,300 

61.600 



50.000 

5,000 



50.000 

21.900 




100.000 

100. 00O 




250.000 





Montreal, Que. 

4.400.000 

80,000 

4.000.000 




shares no 





par value 



Winnipeg, Man 

1.000.000 

368. SOO 

72.000 

400.000 


1.000. 000 

933.000 



Port Moody, B.C 

1.000. 000 

500.000 

402.000 



50.000 

25.000 

25.000 



650.000 

650.000 




500.000 

300.000 



Kitchener, Ont. . 

150.000 

150.000 



Guelph. Ont 

250.000 

60.000 

98.000 



50.000 

42.400 



Montreal. Que 

2.500.000 

650.000 

985,000 

350.000 


300.000 

300.000 



Montreal. Que 

3.000 

500 



Toronto, Ont.. 

200.000 

124.000 

10.000 



40.000 

40,000 




2,000.000 

1.000.000 

730.300 



500.000 

500.000 




50.000 

500 



Montreal, Que. 

1.000.000 

750.000 


750.000 


400.000 

350. 00(1 

50.000 




150.000 



Montreal. Que... 

100.000 

70.000 

28.600 



500.000 

50.500 




1,000,000 

1UO.OOO 



Montreal, Que.. 

3.000.000 

1.325.000 




50.000 

50.000 



Montreal, Que 

200.000 

65.000 



Regina. Sask 

50.000 

1.000 




100,000 

43.0011 




ibb ooo 

500 




500.000 

250.000 




24 . 000 

24.000 


57.000 

Toronto. 1. nt 

150.000 

40.000 

30.800 


Montreal. Que.. .. 

750.000 

500,000 

250.000 

1.200,000 


100,000 





300.000 

95,040 

200,000 



100.000 

60.000 



49,000 

49.000 




300.000 

161.023 




1 . 000.000 

1 . 000.000 




40.000 

20.000 

20,000 



200.000 

75,000 




5.000 

5.000 




1 . 000.000 

50.000 




100.000 

38,500 




50.000 

50.000 



Hamilton. Ont — 

500.000 

500.000 




10.000 

I.OOd 



Hamilton. Ont . 

4.500,000 

2.500,000 

2.000.000 


Winnipeg. Man 

1 . 000,000 

1.000.000 


1 . 000.000 


25.000 

25.001 



Montreal. Que 

49.000 

25.500 




50.000 

26.000 



Ont . 




1 , 000.000 

893.900 




30,000 

13. SOO 




Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Thermos Heating Systems, Ltd. 

Thermos Installation, Ltd 

Thomas Co. (The), Ltd 

Thomas Organ <fc Piano Co., Ltd. 
Thompson (F. C.) Co., Ltd 


Thompson Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd... . 


Thompson (Stanley) Co., Ltd 

Thompson-Starrett Co.. Ltd 

Thomson <fc Earle, Ltd 

Thomson (Fred) Co.. Ltd 

Thomson (George) & Brother, Ltd. 
Thornburg Bros., Ltd 


Association, Ltd. 

Thornton <fc Douglas, Ltd 

Three Rivers Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd . 


Thunder Bay Elevator Co., Ltd 

Thunder Bay Terminal Elevator Co. 
Ltd. 

Thurston Flavelle Ltd 

Thurston Park Estate, Ltd 

Tobacco Products Corporation ol 
Canada, Ltd. 

Toilet Laundries, Ltd 

Tolton (Harry), Ltd 

Tolton Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Tombs (Guy), Ltd 

Tooke Bros., Ltd 

Tooke (R. J.) Ltd 

Toplis & Harding, Ltd 

Torcan Fancy Goods Co., (The), Ltd 
Toronto Butchers’ Supply Co., Ltd. . 

Toronto Carpet Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Toronto Hardware Mfg. Co.. Ltd.. 


400,000 


350.000 


td 


Ltd. 

Toronto Paper Mfg. Co.. Ltd 

Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd 

Torrington Co., Ltd 

Tourists Garage, Ltd 

Townsend (S. B.), Ltd 

Tractor <fc Implement Co., Ltd. . 

Traders Sugar Co., Ltd 

Trans-Canada Advertising, Ltd 
Trans Canada I. umber Co., Ltd 
Trans-Canada Transport Co., Ltd. 
Transcontinental Agencies, Ltd ... 
Transcont inental Construction Co., 

Transit Co., Ltd 

Transit Steamship Co., Ltd 

Transparent Rubber Goods Co., Ltd 
Transportation Building Co. (The) 
Ltd. 

Traversy, Ltd 

Traymore Cafeteria, Ltd 

Trenton Cooperage Mills, Ltd 

Trenton Hardwood Flooring, Ltd. 
Triune Gold «fc Silver Mining & Mfg 
Co. (The). Ltd. 

Troja Steamship Co. (The), Ltd 
Troy Laundry Co. (The), Ltd... 

Trudel, Ayer, Ltd 

Truro Condensing Milk Co.. Ltd 


1.129,500 


Ltd. 

Tube & Machinery Co., Ltd 

Tuck «k Lightfoot, Ltd 

Tuckett (George VV.) & Son Co., Ltd 

Tuckett, Ltd 

Tuckett Tobacco Co., Ltd 

Tudhope Anderson Co.. Ltd 

Tupman, Thurlow Co., Ltd 

Turcot, Ltd. 

Turnbull Electric Metals, Ltd 


Turnbull Elevator Co., Ltd 
TurneffeCo. (The), Ltd 


1 . 000,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


221 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Turner (J. J) & Sons, Ltd . 

Turner (J. Spencer) Co. of Canada, Ltd. 


Turner Wheel & Machine Co., Ltd . 

2 .Macs (The), Ltd 

Underfeed Stoker Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada. 


Underwriter- Survey Bureau, Ltd. 
Ungava Miners & Traders (The), Ltd. 
Union Box .Shook Mills. Ltd 
I'nion Carbide Co. of Canada, Ltd 
i Inion Grain Co., Ltd 
I'nion Metal Products of Canada, Ltd 


Union Nationale Francaise d ’Ottawa 


Union Navigation Co., Ltd. 

Union Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd . 

Union Screen Plate Co. of Canada. Ltd. 
I’nion Special Machine Co The). Ltd. 
United Accountants & Auditors in 
Canada. 


United Amusements, Ltd 

United Art Co . Ltd 

United Artists Corporation, Ltd 

United Cheese. Ltd ... 

United Cigar Stores, Ltd 

United Clothes Shop?, of America. Ltd. 
United Columbia Investment Co., 
Ltd. 

United Drug Co., Ltd 


United Editors, Ltd 

United Electric Co. of Canada. Ltd. 
United European Investors, Ltd. 


United Farmers of Quebec 


United Farmers Guide, Ltd 
United Financial Corporation. Ltd.. 
United Garage Construction iThe), 
Ltd. 

United Grain Growers, Ltd 
United Grain Growers Securities Co., 
Ltd. 

United Holding Co . Ltd 

United Last Co., Ltd 

United Maple Products, Ltd 

United Oils. Ltd 

United Paper Box Co., Ltd 

United Pole Co., Ltd 

United Power Co.. Ltd 

United Preserves Sugar, Limited. . 

United Properties. Ltd 

United Publishers of Canada, Ltd. . 
United Retail Stores Candy Co.. Ltd 
United Retail Stores Corporation, Ltd. 
United Shoe Machinery Co. of Canada. 
Ltd. 

United Suites Rubber System of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

United Transit Co.. Ltd. ... 

Universal Button Fastening & Button 
Co., of Canada. Ltd. 

Universal Commission Co., Ltd 
Universal DeUichable Heel Co.. Ltd.. 

Universal Drug Co., Ltd 

Universal Fire Escape Co., Ltd . ... 

Universal Milk Co. . . 

Universal Wall Paper Co.. Ltd 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

S 

Peterborough, 

250.000 

250,000 

< >nt 



Hamilton, Ont. 

200 shares 
no par 
value 

200 shares. 

Windsor. < >nt 

20.000 

4.000 

Ottawa, Ont 

100,000 

50.000 

Toronto. Ont 

150.000 

75.000 

Montreal, Que 

Without 

share 

capital. 


Montreal, Que 

10.000 

10.000 

Montreal. Quo 

400.000 

204.400 

Pembrooke, Ont 

150.000 

150.000 

Toronto. Ont 

3.000.000 

3.000.000 

Winnipeg, Man 

50.000 

25.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

100,000 

shares no 
value . 

shares. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Without 

share 

capital. 


Montreal, Que 

50.000 

5.000 

\ ancouver, B.C. 

500. 000 

500.000 

Lennoxville, Que. 

20.000 

20.000 

Toronto, Ont 

25.000 

25,000 

Edmonton, Alta. 

Without 

share 

capital. 

Que. 



Montreal, Que 

1.000. 000 

838.300 

Toronto, Ont 

40.000 

25.000 

Toronto, Ont 

10.000 

10.000 

Toronto, Ont 

1.000.000 

400.000 

Toronto, Ont 

3,000.000 

2,034.375 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

10.300 

\ ancouver, B.C. . 

300.000 

38.120 

Toronto, Ont ... 

SO. 000 

50,000 


shares. 

shares no 
par value. 

Toronto, • >nt 

100.000 

100.000 

Toronto. Ont 

50.000 

17,300 

Ottawa. Ont 

600.000.000 

157.470.000 


marks 

$60,000 

marks 

Masson, Que 

Without 

share 

capital. 


Moncton. N.B 

250.000 

43.000 

Montreal. Que 

1.000.000 

800.000 

Hull, Que 

50.000 

30.000 

Winnipeg. Man 

5.000.000 

3.292.675 

Calgary, Alta 

100.000 

100.000 

Toronto. Ont 

500.000 

102,500 

Maisonneuve.Que. 

300.000 

300.000 

Granby, Que 

1 . 000.000 

135.000 

( algary, Alta 

350.000 

350.000 

Montreal, Que 

150.000 

150.000 

Amherst, N.S. 

40.000 

10.000 

Montreal, Que 

250.000 

100.000 

Toronto, Ont 

1,000.000 

600,000 

Montreal, Que. 

2,000,000 

2,000.000 

Toronto, Ont. 

200.000 

200.000 

Toronto, Ont . . . 

1.000 

1 . 000 

Toronto. Ont 

1.000 

1.000 

Maisonneuve, Que. 

1,000,000 

1,000.000 

Montreal. Que 

20,000.000 

1,300 

Montreal, Que. . . 

24,000 

24.000 

Walker Wile, Ont. 

20.000 

20.000 

Winnipeg, Man 

175,000 

100.000 

Montreal. Que. . . 

200.000 

1.54. S70 

Toronto, Ont 

100.000 

60.000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

32.500 

Cbestorville, < >nt 

5.000 

5,000 

Toronto. Ont . . . 

100.000 

100.000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

$ 

s 



50.000 

75.000 


























10,000 





2,581.900 


150,000 


8,077 





20,000 


1,200,000 





350,000 







3.400 

10,000 



8.715.000 



























Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


150,000 


837,500 


8,715.000 


222 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

Ijst of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act ,. — Continued 


Name of Company 


Unlisted Securities Corporation, Ltd. 

I pressit Cap Co. of Canada, Ltd 
Uptown Land Co. of Montreal, Ltd. 

Urban Lands, Ltd 

Vafiadis (Theodoro) & Co., Ltd 

Vaillnneourt (J. A.), Ltd 

Valcartier T umber & Pulp Co., Ltd 

Valentine 6c Martin, Ltd 

Valentine «fe Sons United Publishing 
Co. (The), Ltd. 

Valiquette (N. G.), Ltd 

Valley Camp Coal Co. of Canada (The) 
Ltd. 

Valleyfield Coated Paper Mills, Ltd. 

Valleyfield Electric Co., Ltd 

Vallieres, Ltd 

Van Allen Co . Ltd 

Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd. 

Vanderhoof 6c Co., Ltd 

Vandeweghe. Ltd 

Vanity Fair Grove. Ltd 

Vapor Car Heating Co. of Canada, Ltd. 


Varnish Specialties of Canada, Ltd. 

Vaughan, Jackson Co., Ltd 

Vawter, Luckett, Ltd 

Venezuela Electric Light Co.. Ltd. .... 
Ventilating 6c Blow Pipe Co. (The), 
Ltd. 

Verity flow Co.. Ltd 

Verret, Stewart & Co., Ltd. 

Versailles, Vidricaire, Boulais, T.tee. 

Veteran (The), Ltd 

Veteran Women’s Association 


Veterans of France and Comrades 


Viauville Lands, Ltee 

Victor Fertilizer Co., Ltd 

Victor X-Ray Corporation of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Victoria Elevator Co., Ltd 

Victoria Hide & Skin Co., Ltd 
Victoria Phoenix Brewing Co. (1920), 
Ltd. 

Vila* (The W. F.) Co.. Ltd 

Villa Brothers of Canada, Ltd 

Villa Brothers of Canton, Ltd 

Villa Brothers of Japan. Ltd 

Villa Brothers of Shanghai, Ltd 

Villaneuve (L.) & Cie, Ltd 

Vimy Supply Co. (The), Ltd 

Vimy Realty Co.. Ltd 

Vineberg (H.) «fc Co., Ltd 

Vineberg Samit, Ltd 

Vineland C’anners, Ltd 

Vin-Ose Medicine Co. (The), Ltd 

Vipond Fruit Co., Ltd 

Virtue 6c Co., Ltd 

Vogel (H. G.) Co. (Canada), Ltd 

Vogue SIS Garments, Ltd 

Volta Mfg. Co. (The), Ltd 

Vosberg Clothes. Ltd 

Vulcan Asphalt Supply Co., Ltd 

Vulcan Co., (The) Ltd 

Vye(W.R.), Ltd 

Wabasso Cotton Co., (The) Ltd 


Waddells, Ltd 

Wagner Electric Mfg. Co., of Canada. 
Ltd. 

Wagners, Ltd 

Walford Shipping Co., Ltd 

Walker Hardware Co., Ltd 

Walker (Hugh) 6c Son, Ltd 


Hoad Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Toronto. Ont 

S 

50.000 

Montreal, Oue 

1.000.000 

Montreal. Quo 

100. 000 

Sherbrooke. Que. 

99.000 

Montreal, Que 

30.000 

Montreal, Que . . 

200.000 

Montreal. Que 

150.000 

Waterloo, Ont. 

200.000 

Toronto. Ont . . 

199.000 

Montreal, Que 

Hamilton, Ont 

250.000 

50.000 

Valleyfield, Que. . 

300.000 

Valleyfield, Qoe 

35.000 

Montreal. Que 

250.000 

Hamilton, Ont.... 

500,000 

Vancouver. B C... 

1.000.000 

Windsor, Ont 

10.000 

Montreal. Que 

150,000 

Montreal. Que. . . . 

25.000 

Montreal, Que 

3,500 shares. 

Montreal, Que . 

20,000 

Montreal. Que 

50.000 

Toronto, Ont 

200,000 

Toronto. Ont 

1.500.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Brantford, Ont. . 

600.000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

75.000 

Montreal, Que. 

100.000 

< )ttawa, Ont 

50.000 

Ottawa, Ont 

Without 

Hamilton, Ont. . 

share 

capital. 

Without 

Montreal. Que 

share 

capital. 

500.000 

Montreal, Que . 

50.000 

Winnipeg. Man. . . 

50.000 

Winnipeg, Man 

300.000 

\ ictoriaville, Que. 

99.900 

\ ancouver, B.C.. 

1.000.000 

Co wans vi lie, Que 

500,000 

' Utawa, Ont 

1.000 

Ottawa, Ont 

1.000 

Ottawa, Ont 

l.ooo 

Ottawa, Ont 

1 . 000 

Montreal, Que.. 

155.000 

Toronto. Ont 

75.000 

Ottawa. Ont . ... 

200.000 

Montreal, Que . . . 

250.000 

Montreal, Que . . 

100.000 

\ ineland Station. 

200.000 

Ont. 

Walker ville, Ont.. 

100,000 

Winnipeg. Man... 

35.000 

Toronto. ( >nt 

49.000 

Montreal, Que. . 

20.000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

Welland, t >nt 

200.000 

Montreal, Que 

100.000 

Winnipeg, Man. 

10.000 

London. Ont 

250, OX) 

Vancouver. B.C... 

40.000 

Three Rivers, 

35.000 

Que. 

shares no 

Brantford. Ont . . 

par value. 
100.000 

Montreal, Que. . 

50,000 

Edmundston, 

15,000 

N.B. 

Montreal, Que . . . 
Belleville. Ont 

500,000 

75.000 

Guelph, Ont 

150,000 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


$ 

18.01? 
1 . 000.000 
100.000 

99.000 

30.000 

100,000 

150.000 

200.000 

73,400 

115.000 

50.000 

150.000 

35.000 

175.000 
205,500 

500.000 

10.000 

110.800 

3.500 
2,400 shares 
no par 
value. 
20,000 
500 
60.000 
1.063.000 
5.000 

504,900 


100,000 

25.000 


250.000 

30.000 

50.000 

300.000 

V' 1 . '.'Oil 

900.600 

375,300 
B0 
600 
600 
600 
95. 100 
3S.050 

199.000 

150.000 
50.000 

173,500 


72,980 

35.000 
25. 100 

15.000 

50.000 

100.000 

25.000 
7.000 

48,970 

40.000 
35,000 
shares 

68,300 

50.000 

10.000 

300.500 
48, 200 
75,000 


115,000 


22.000 


60.000 


500.000 


100.000 


2,000 

110.000 


60,000 


900,000 


55,000 


27.000 


600.000 


50.000 


45.250 


1,750.000 


75.000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


$ 


60,000 

100,000 


600.000 


COMPANIES ACT 


223 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act - — Continued 


Name of Company 


Head Office 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 


Common 

Stock 

Issued 


Preference 

Btook 

Issued 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


Walker. (J. R.) A Co., Ltd 

Walkinshaw. Bellamy A Ovens, Ltd 

Wallace A Tinman, Ltd 

Wallace Bell Co.. (The). Ltd 
Wallace Sandstone Quarries, Ltd ... 

Wallace Securities. Ltd 

Wallingford Bros., Ltd 

Walmslev (Charles) A Co., (Canada) 
Ltd. 

Walpole Rubber Co., of Canada (The), 
Ltd. 

Walsh (M.) A Co., Ltd 

Walsh Plate A Structural Works. Ltd 


Waltham Watch Co., Ltd 

Walton’s Lunch (Canada), Ltd 

Warn pole (Henry K.) A Co., Ltd. . . 

Ward Baking Co., Ltd 

Ward (Joseph) Co , Ltd 

Ward Realty Co., (The). Ltd. . 
Ward Systems Co. of Canada, Ltd 


Montreal, Que. 
Toronto, Ont . . 
TV in into, Ont . . 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal, Que. 
Welland, Ont. . 
Ottawa, Ont... 
Montreal, Que. 

Montreal, Que. 


Montreal, Que 
Drummondville, 
Que. 

Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal. Que. . 

Perth, Ont 

Toronto. Ont . . 
Montreal, Que . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont . . . 


Warner Grain Co., Ltd 

Warren Collieries. Lid 

Warren (Thos.) Knitting Co., Ltd. 
Waterhouse (Frank) A Co., of Canada 
Ltd. 

Waterloo Bedding Co., Ltd 

Waterman (L. E.) Co., Ltd 

Water Products, Ltd 

Waterous Fneine Works. Co., Ltd 

Waters Glove Co., (The), Ltd 

Waterville Veneer A Panel Co., Ltd. . . 

Waterford l Q.), Ltd 

Watkins Mfg. Co. of Canada (The) 
Ltd. 

Watson Foster Co., (The), Ltd 

Watson (Harold F.) Foster, Ltd 

Watson (The J B.) Furniture Co., 

Watson Jack A Co., Ltd 

Watson (The John) Mfg. Co.. Ltd. 

Watt A Scott. Ltd 

Watterson (J.) A Co., Ltd 

Wayagamack Pulp A Puper Co., Ltd.. 

Wayne Tank A Pump Co., of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Wear-Rite Textiles Co. (The), Ltd 

Weaver Canadian Co., Ltd 

Weber (E. O.), Ltd 

Webster A Sons, Ltd 

Webster Coal A Coke Co., Ltd 

Webster Motors. Ltd 

Webster (W. R.) A- Co., Ltd 

Wegewood Construction Co.. Ltd . . 

Weir (G. A' J.) (Canada), Ltd 

Weir (J. A R.). Ltd 

Weir (The James) Co., Ltd 

Weiss (B.) A Son. Ltd 

Welch Co., (The). Ltd 


Winnipeg, Man.. 
Toronto, Ont . . . 
Toronto, Ont . . . 
Vancouver, B.C 

Waterloo, Ont. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Brantford, Ont. 
Winnipeg, Man.. 
Montreal. Que. . 
Windsor, Ont. . . 
Kingston, Ont. . 

Montreal. Que. . 
Montreal, Que . 
Kincardine. Ont 
Montreal, Que. . 

Ayr, Ont 

Toronto. Ont. . . 
Montreal. Que. . 
Three Rivers, 
Que. 

Toronto, Ont. . . 


Weld (The William) Co.. Ltd 

Weldon Court Realty Co.. Ltd 

Welland Cotton Mills. Ltd 

Wellington Comox Agency. Ltd 

Wells A Richardson Co.. Ltd 

Wendigo Power Co.. Ltd 

Wener (Samuel) A Co., Ltd 

Wentworth Ranch, Ltd 

West Coast Mining Co.. Ltd 

West Coast Towing A Salvage Co.. 
Ltd. 

West Electric Hair Curler Co. of Can- 
ada, Ltd. 

West End Development A Trading Co.. 
Ltd. 

West Hill Land Co.. Ltd 

West of England Dry Goods Co.. Ltd 

West Valley Land Co.. Ltd 

Wessex Properties. Ltd 

Westawny ( W. J.) Co., Ltd 

22—15 


Toronto, Ont. . 
Chatham. Ont 
Waterloo. Ont . 
Montreal, Que. 
Montreal. Que. 
Sherbrooke, Que 
Sherbrooke. Que 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Toronto, Ont. . . 
Toronto, Ont . . . 
St. Catharines, 
Ont. 

London, Ont — 

Ottawa, Ont 

Welland, Ont. . . 
Victoria, B.C... 
Montreal, Quo. . 
Toronto, Ont . . . 
Montreal, Que. . 
Hamilton. Ont.. 
Toronto, Ont . . . 
Vancouver, B.C. 

Montreal, Que 

Ottawa, Ont 


Montreal. Que 
Winnipeg. Man 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal. Quo 
Hamilton, Ont 


250.000 

40.000 

10.000 

15, 

1.784,400 

1.000.000 

150.000 
1,500,000 

100.000 

75.000 

250.000 

500.000 

350.000 
2.000,000 
1.000.000 

500.000 

50.000 
2.500 

400.000 
5,000 

50.000 

100.000 

200,000 

500,000 

500.000 

250.000 

25.000 

500.000 

50.000 

15.000 

450.000 

50.000 

50.000 

200.000 

75.000 

200.000 

150.000 

5.000. 000 

50.000 

375.000 

50.000 

500.000 

100.000 

50.000 

75.000 

2.50.000 
.50,000 

7.50.000 

100.000 
100,000 
100,000 

500.000 

40.000 

100.000 

1.000. 000 

500.000 

120.000 
1,000,000 
1 , 000.000 

60.000 

50.000 

250.000 

100.000 

10.000 

175.000 

100.000 

70.000 

.500.000 

200,000 


$ 

150.000 
12,700 
10.00(1 

30.000 

1 , 000,000 

768.000 

144.600 
1,500,000 

10.000 

61.500 
82,000 

500.000 

350.000 
1 , 000.000 
1 , 000.000 

75.000 

50.000 
500 shares 
of no par 

104.000 
5,000 

25.000 

50.000 

63.400 

350.000 

430.000 

250.000 
5,000 

500.000 

50.000 

15.000 

450.000 

24.000 

34.000 

200.000 

70.000 

74.000 

150.000 
5,000,000 

10.500 

200.000 

44,800 

325.500 

100,000 

25.000 

51.000 
121.800 

7,000 

210.500 

100,000 

75.600 

100.000 

450,000 


40. 

40, 

130, 

500, 

120 

225, 

315. 

59. 

250 


100,000 

4,920 

175.000! 
20.000 
50 000 
202.500' 
93,3001 


784,400 


1,500,000 


9,500 


200,000 


228,000 


150,000 


200,000 

150,000 


200,000 


200,000 


20.500 


54.000 


5,000,000 


5,000,000 


175,000 


100,000 


261.800 


445.800 


15,000 


60.000 


3.045.000 


445,800 


60.000 


3,045.000 


224 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


15 GEORGE V, A. 1925 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Company 


Western Agencies & Development Co., 
Ltd. 

Western Canada Colonization Associa- 
tion. 

Western Clock Co., Ltd 


Western Consolidated Hard Coal Co., 
Ltd. 

Western Counties Electric Co., Ltd 

Western Electric Co., Ltd 

Western Elevator Co., Ltd 

Western Explosives, T.td 

Western Grocers, Ltd 

Western Mfg. Co. (The), Ltd 
Western Pacific Mining <fc Securities 
Corporation, Ltd. 

Western Packing Co., (The) of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Western Park Co., Ltd 

Western Power Co. of Canada, Ltd. . 
Western Quebec Power Co., Ltd — 

Western Racing Association, Ltd 

Western Sales Book Co., Ltd 

Western Salt Co., Ltd 

Western Terminal Elevator Co., Ltd 
W'estern Timber Corporation. Ltd. . . 

Westlake Co., Ltd 

Westmoreland Co., Ltd 

W'estmount Investment Co., Ltd. 
Westmount Realty Co. of Regina. Ltd. 
Wethey (J. H.) t Ltd 


W r ettlaufer Bros., Ltd 

Wheel & Foundry Co., Ltd 

W'heelwright (Si. S.) & Co., Ltd 

W’helan (John P.), Ltd 

W'histle Co., of Eastern Canada, Ltd. 

White & Bailey, Ltd 

White (A. J.) & Co., Ltd 

White Beaver Oil Co., Ltd 


White ^Charles T.) A' Son, Ltd. . . 

White Co. (The), Ltd 

White Construction & Realty. Ltd 
White (George) & Sons, Co., Ltd.. 

White (Robert) Co., Ltd 

White Sewing Machine Co., of Canada. 
(The). Ltd. 

White Shoe Co., Ltd 

White (S. S.) Co., of Canada, Ltd. . . 
White, Thacker, Ltd 


White (Will P.). Ltd 

Whitehead, Emmans. Ltd 

Whitehead (E. A ) Co., Ltd 

Whitehead »fc Turner, Ltd 

Whit tall (A. R.) Can. Co.. Ltd 

Whole Grain Wheat Co. of Canada 
Ltd. 

Wholesale Lumber Co.. Ltd 


tion (The) 


Wichels (Dr.) Co., Ltd 

Wiegand (J. E.) & Co., Ltd 

Wightman Lumber Co.. Ltd 

Wilberforce Molybdecite, Ltd 

Wilders, Ltd 

Wiley (A. T.) & Co.. Ltd 

Wilford (F. R.) & Co.. Ltd 

Wilkie Products (The), Ltd 

Wilkins (Robert C.) Co.. Ltd 

Wilkinson Grain Co., (The), Ltd... 
.Will & Baumer Candle Co., Ltd... 
Willard Storage Battery Co. of Canada, 
Ltd. 

Williams Wilson, Ltd 

W illiams Engineering Co.. Ltd 


(The). Ltd. 


Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 


$ 

$ 

Calgary, Alta — 

500.000 

500,000 

Winnipeg, Man .. 

Without 


Peterborough, 

share 

capital 

100,000 

100,000 

Ont . 


Edmonton, Alta. 

200,000 

64.000 

Brantford, Ont. . . 

500.000 

200,000 

Montreal, Que 

10,000 

10.000 

Winnipeg. Man. 

300.000 

300.000 

Montreal, Que. . 

500.000 

210,000 

W innipeg. Man 

7,000.000 

3.000.000 

Regina, Sask 

2.5(1.000 

191.000 

Toronto, Ont 

2.000.000 

1,300.000 

Winnipeg. Man. . 

500.000 

88.000 

Montreal, Que. 

50.000 

40.000 

Vancouver. B.C. 

10.000.000 

5.000.000 

Montreal, Quo — 

400,000 

500 

Windsor, Ont 

350.000 

350.000 

Toronto, Ont 

350.000 

80.600 

Toronto, Ont 

250.000 

150.000 

Winnipeg, Man. . . 

1,000,000 

713.300 

Vancouver, B.C. . 

500.000 

500.000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

50,000 

50.000 

Montreal, Que. . . . 

200.000 

110.000 

Montreal, Que. . 

50,000 

26,200 

Ottawa, Ont ... 

100.000 

100,000 

St. Catharines, 

300,000 

280,000 

Ont. 


Toronto, Ont 

300.000 

200.010 

Toronto. Ont 

25,000 

25.000 

Montreal, Que — 
Hamilton, Ont 

100,000 

48,000 

2,000,000 

250.000 

W innipeg. Man — 

50.000 

50.000 

Hamilton, Ont . 

50.000 

15,000 

Montreal, Que 

5.000 

5.000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

1.500 shares 

1.040 shares 

Sussex, N.B 

no par value 
100.000 

100,000 

Toronto. Ont . . . . 

40,000 

10.500 

Montreal, Que. . . 

50,000 

17,600 

London. Ont 

1.000.000 

1.000,000 

Montreal, Que. . . 

295,000 

295.000 

Guelph. Ont 

500.000 

500,000 

Toronto, Ont 

150,000 

117.600 

Toronto, t >nt 

50,000 

50.000 

Montreal, Que 

200,000 

2.S25 shares 

Toronto. Ont 

75,000 

no par value 
50,000 

Montreal, Que 

50.000 

34.000 

Montreal, Que 

100,000 

50,000 

Quebec. Que 

200.000 

200,000 

Montreal. Que 

500.000 

500.000 


250.000 

10,500 

200,000 

1,110 

Sherbrooke, Que.. 



Windsor, Ont 

share 

capital 

1110,01)11 

52.450 

Kitchner, Ont . . . 

40, 00C 

40,000 

Montreal. Que. . . 

24,000 

24. (XX) 

Toronto. Ont 

250,000 

132.681 

Montreal. Que 

500.000 

200.000 

Montreal. Que. . . 

150. 00C 

150.000 

Lindsay, Ont 

50,00( 

50.000 

Simcoe. Ont 

140,000 

9, 200 

Farnham, Que. . . 

95.000 

37,000 

Montreal. Que. . . . 

50.000 

5.000 

Montreal, Quo 

100. (XX 

75.000 

Toronto. Ont 

500,000 

100,000 

Montreal. Que. . . . 

500,000 

500,000 

Winnipeg. Man 

50.000 

25,200 

Bridgeburg, Ont. 

75.000 

60,000 


Preference 

Stock 

Issued 


300,000 


2,388.600 


850,000 


100,000 

100,000 


161,100 


82,500 


4,000 


18,500 

10,400 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 


100,000 


5,500.000 

300.000 


350,000 


Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 


100,000 


5,. 500, 000 
300,000 


350,000 


COMPANIES ACT 


225 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Continued 


Name of Comapny 


Head Office 


Will'amr-Hick, Ltd 

Williams (J. H.) dr Co., Ltd 

Williams Machines, Ltd 

Williams, Thomas. Ltd 

Williams Shoe, Ltd 

Williamson (F. A.) Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Williamson Fur. Co., Ltd 

Willis Si Co., Ltd 

Wills Sc Wills. Ltd 

Wilson Si Can ham, Ltd 

Wilson & Lafleur, Ltd 

Wilson (Andrew) Sc Co.. Ltd 

Wilson Canadian Co., Ltd 

Wilson Carbon Paper Co.. Ltd 

Wilson Chemical Co., Ltd 

Wilson i James) A Co., Ltd. 

Wilson (James E.) «fc Sons, Ltd 

Wilson (J.C h Ltd. . 

W’ilson Lumber Co., Ltd 

Wilson Methods. Ltd 

Wilson Patterson Si Gifford, Ltd 

Windatt Coal Co.. Ltd 

W’indsor Canning Co., Ltd 

W’indsor Ferry Co.. Ltd 

Windsor (J.W.), Ltd 

Wingate Chemical Co.. (The), Ltd.. . 

W’inn Sc Holland, Limited .. 

Winnipeg Elevator Co., (The), Ltd... 

Winnipeg Envelopes, Ltd 

Winnipeg Live Stock Exchange 


Montreal. Quo 
St. Catharines, 

< >nt . 

Preston, Ont 

Montreal, Quo 
Brampton. Ont 
Ottawa, Ont . 
Montreal. Que 
Montreal. Que. 
Montreal, Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal, Que. . . 
St.John. N.B 
Montreal, Que. . . 

( a , Ont 

Montreal, Que 

High River, Alta 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Winnipeg, Man 

St. Johns, Que. . . . 

Windsor. Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Quo. , 
Winnipeg., Man. . 

Winnipeg. Man 

St. Boniface, Man 


Winnipeg Oil, Ltd 

Winnipeg Piano Co., Ltd 

W’iser’s Distillery, Ltd 

Wiser (J.P. ) A Sons, Ltd 

Wizard Products of Canada, Ltd 

Wolf Sayer A Heller of Canada. Ltd 
W’olt hausen Hat Corporation (The), 
Ltd. 

Wolvin’s. Ltd 

Wonder Co., Ltd 


Winnipeg, Man — 
Winnipeg, Man.. . . 

Montreal, Que 

Prescott, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Brock ville, Ont.. 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Que... 


Wonderphone, Ltd 

Wood Brothers. Ltd 

Wood Hydraulic Hoist Sc Body Co., 
Ltd. 

Wood, Menn Sc Patterson, Ltd 

Wood Pipe Co., Ltd 

Wood (W. T byd). Ltd 

Woodison (E.J.) Co.. Ltd 

Woods (Edwin S.) Sc Co., Ltd.: 

Woods Mfg. Co., Ltd 

Woods (Walter), Limited 

Woollens Sc Yarns, Ltd 

W’ool worth (F.W.) Co., Ltd 

Worcester Fire Extinguisher Co., Ltd. 

Workman (C. A.). Ltd 

Workman (The Mark) Co.. Ltd 

Worthington Land Co., Ltd 

W right Sc Ditson of Canada, Ltd 

Wright (E. T.) Co., Ltd 

Wright t Norman S.) Sc Co., Ltd 

W'riglev (Wm.) Jr., Co.. Ltd 

Wrought Iron Range Co., of Canada. 

Ltd 

Wry, (A. E.) Standard, Ltd 

W'ylie Simpson Co., Ltd 

Wynnstay, Ltd 


New Westminster 
B.C. 

Montreal, Que 

Windsor, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, ( hat 

M< -nt real, Que 

Montreal. Quo 

Hamilton, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Toronto. Ont 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal, Que 

Montreal, Oue 

Sherbrooke, Que. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Hamilton. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Toronto. Ont 

Sackyille, N.B 

W’innipee. Man 

Hamilton, Ont 


I 


Yale Corporation. Ltd 

Y'ardley Sc Co.. v Canada). Ltd 

Yates (W. H.) Construction Co., Ltd . . 
Yeates Machinery Sc Supply Co., Ltd 

Yellow Arrow Taxi Co., Ltd 

Yocum Faust. Ltd 

23 - 15 | 


Quebec, Quo 

Toronto, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont. . 
Montreal. Que..., 

Ottawa, Ont 

London, Ont ... . 


Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debenture 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 

% 

$ 

% 

$ 

t 

75.0(X 

50,00( 

5,900 




2,000,0(K 

200,001 
125.004 
200. 00C 

100, 00( 

84,00( 

113.000 
74.400 

50.000 
50,000 









12,000 






50.00C 




100.001 



5,200 






1.000.00C 

850,000 



40,00(1 

40,000 

500,000 




500, 00( 





NOO.OOf 

26.30C 





1,000,000 

750,000 





1,000,000 

250,000 







10.000 

1,000 





24,00( 

24,000 




100,000 

80,000 





150. 00( 

88,500 

1,657,500 




2,057.000 

. 

1,000,000 

600,000 

300.000 

120,000 


100.000 

74.000 




1,000,00( 

600.000 




250,000 

131,500 




100,000 

75,000 

500 




500,000 




50,00( 

25.800 




30,000 

30,000 




100,000 

60.000 




750,000 

499.000 




200.000 

104.500 








share 

capital. 

1,000,000 

800,000 




000. 0IHI 

277,000 

73,000 



3,000.000 

2.000,000 



500.000 

370,000 




300.000 

300,000 




50,000 

50,000 




1,000,000 

700,000 

100,000 

40,000 

39,900 

2,000.000 

2,000.000 




33,000 

33,000 




shares of 
no par 
value. 
1,000,000 

shares 

726.876 




50,000 

22,300 




100,000 

100,000 

25,300 




100.000 




50.000 

50,000 




500.000 

250,000 




100.000 

85,000 




40.000 

40,000 




5,000,000 

1,250.000 

1.718,500 

fni. 

1,546,500 

500,000 

500,000 

50.000 

18,000 




75,000 

75,000 

5,000 




50,000 




50.000 

30,000 




100,000 

100.000 




09,000 

99.000 




50,000 

50,000 




1.500.000 

547,000 




40,000 

15,500 




1,500,000 

1,500,000 




100.000 

43.. 500 




500,000 

117,700 

117.600 



50.000 

15,800 








no par 
value 
50,000 

5,000 




40,000 

5.000 




500.000 

234,700 




100,000 

24.000 




50,000 

30,000 


50,000 

8.500 

: : 


226 


DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 


List of Companies which have submitted the Return prescribed by Section 106 
of the Companies Act . — Concluded 


Name of Company 

Head Office 

Author- 

ized 

Capital 

Common 

Stock 

Issued 

Preference 

Stock 

Issued 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Authorized 

Debentures 
or Bonds 
Issued 

York Farmers Colonization Co. (The), 
Ltd 


$ 

180.000 

30.000 

50.000 

300.000 

100.000 

35.000 

50.000 
300,000 

$ 

86.520 

30.000 

20.000 

125.000 

100.000 

25.000 

50.000 
243,000 

$ 

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Young Grain Co., (The), Ltd 

Youngheart (Ed.) & Co., Ltd 

Zenith Coal and Steel Products, Ltd. . 
Zenith Grain Co., Ltd 

Winnipeg. Man. . 

Montreal. Que 

Montreal. Que 

Winnipeg, Man — 








SUMMARY 


Total authorised capital $3,671, 296. 266 

£ 1.630,000 

Marks 600.000.000 

Total common stock issued $2,101 ,204,983 

£ 660,310 

Marks 157.470.000 

Total preference stock issued $ 421,676,367 

£ 2,500.000 

Total debentures or bonds authorized S 814.31S.0S9 

£ 64.565.971 

Frs. 56.610.000 
Pesetas 50,000,000 

Total debentures or bonds issued $ 589,492.099 

£ 53,980,234 
Pesetas 29.411.000 


REPORT OF THE NATURALIZATION BRANCH 


227 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 


NATURALIZATION BRANCH 

The total number of certificates granted under the Naturalization Acts, 
1914 and 1920, for the twelve months ended March 31, 1924, was 7,659. 

The first schedule, hereunder, shows under the heading of nationality 
of origin, the number of persons naturalized during the above period. 

The second schedule shows in alphabetical order the name, former nation- 
ality, date of Oath of Allegiance, date of Certificate, occupation, present resid- 
ence and certificate number, of persons naturalized under the Naturalization 
Acts. 1914 and 1920, as registered in this Brandi during the fiscal year ended 
March 31. 1924. 


SCHEDULE I 


Nationality of Origin 

Number 

Naturalized 

Nationality of Origin 

Number 

Naturalized 

Albanians 

5 

1 

| No Nationality 

2 

Americans 

928 

Norwegians 

160 

Argent ine-Republic 

1 

Palestinians 


Austrians 

903 

Persians 

1 

Austrian-Hungarians 

11 

Poles 

807 

Austrian (Ukraine) 

2 

Pole (Ukraine) 

12 

Belgians 

141 

Portuguese 

1 

Brazilians 

1 

Roumanians 

576 

Bulgarians 

50 

Russians 

1,274 

Chinese 

20 

Serb-Croat-Slovaks 

105 

Czecho-Slovaks 

79 

Spaniards 


Danes 

96 

Subject of Allied Powers.. .. 

0 

Dutch 

57 

Swedes 

232 

Egyptians 

1 

Swiss 

47 

Finns 

90 

Turks 

14 

French 

103 

Turks (Armenian) 

91 

Germans 

221 


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Greeks 

309 

Turks (Mesopotamia) 

1 

Hungarians 

56 

Turks (Palestine) 

1 

Italians 

1.069 

Turks (Syrian) 

122 

Japanese 

42 

Venezuelans 

1 

I-uxembourgers 

3 

Section 4 

1 

Montenegrins 

1 




Section 4, certificate granted to a person with respect to whose nationality 
as a British Subject a doubt exists. 


228 


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