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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. 


Vol. XXXIV.] VICTORIA, AUGUST 9th, 1894. 



No. 31. 


dhe gritish Columbia: (gazette. 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 


Provincial Secretary’s Department. 


Page. 


Courts of Assize for 1S94, dates and places of 727 

“ Fire Insurance Policy Act, 1893,” further postpone- 
ment of time for coming into force of mh30 728 

Long Vacation (Supreme Court) ocll 728 

Nanaimo and Vancouver County Courts Vacation Rules . 728 

Sheriffs list of au9 728 

(Turner, Hon. J. H., deputed to execute marriage licenses, 

&c., during the absence of the Lieutenant-Governor. . . 728 


Proclamations. 


Changing nomination place and creating additional poll- 
ing places in Cassiar District 

Polling places, list of 


728 

729 


Writs. 

Cassiar District , 729 

Orders in Council. 

Cassiar voters’ list, amendment of 729 

Lands and Works Department. 

Coast District, survey of Lot 105, Range 1 au9 732 

Coast District, survey of parts of Township 3, Range 4, 

and Townships 10, 11, 12, Range 5 au23 731 

(Cancellation of a reserve in Townships 99 and 100, Kam- 
loops Division sel3 730 

(Establishment of a public highway in Osoyoos Div. . ,sel3 730 

Goldstream District, survey of sections 25, 26, 27 au23 732 

Highland District, survey of section 41 au23 732 

(Inviting tenders for maintenance of a ferry across the 

Thompson River at Kamloops aul6 730 

Metchosin District, survey of part of sections 97 and sec- 
tions 98 and 99 au2S 732 

New Westminster District, survey of Lots 1,178 to 1,196, 

1,627, 1,628, 1,629, Group 1 au9 730 

New Westminster District, survey of lot 1630 au23 731 

New Westminster Dis., survey of Lot 1,631, Group l.se20 731 
Osoyoos Division, survey of parts of T’ps 7 and 35. . ,se20 730 

Otter District, survey of Lots 27 to 38 se20 730 

Osoyoos Division, survey of part of Sec. 6, Tp. 26 . . . au9 731 
Public highway, Osoyoos Division, establishment of .au23 731 
Sale of Public Lands in Lake and Burnaby Dists .... ,au9 731 
West Kootenay District, survey of Lot 475 se6 732 

Certificates of Incorporation. 

B. C. Automatic Lighting and Oil Co au30 735 

Fraser Valley Land Company aulG 730 

Fraser River Mining and Dredging Company aul6 737 

Golden Era Mining Company au23 736 

(Globe Savings and Loan Company sel3 739 

(Kootenay Mining and Smelting Company sel3 735 

Olivet Baptist Church Property Company aul6 739 

Vancouver Sash and Door Company aul6 738 

Waverly House Co au30 736 

Sheriffs’ Sales. 

tDavy v. Gregson au!6 734 

Mellor v. Carter aul6 734 

Applications to be Called to the Bar, &c. 

Martin Archer se6 735 


Applications for Timber Licenses. 

McRae, J. W au30 732 

Nelson Saw-Mill Co au30 732 

IVilson, John 733 

Applications for Certificates of Improvement. 

Alpha Mineral Claim se27 734 

Mabel Mineral Claim se20 734 

New York Mineral Claim se20 733 

Princess May Mineral Claim au30 733 

Applications for Crown Grants. 

Josie Mineral Claim se27 732 

Last Chance Mineral Claim se6 732 

Assignment Notices. 

Cunningham, Thomas au23 ”33 

(Caldwell, J. A sel8 733 

McCaffertv, Eugene se6 733 

Thompson, John A aul6 732 

(Thos. Hembrough & Co se!3 733 

York & Pilling se6 732 

Municipal By-Laws. 

(Vancouver City 749 

(Victoria City 750 

Application for Coal Prospecting Licenses. 

Irving, Jno oc4 735 

Miscellaneous. 

(Additional Maple Ridge Dyking Commissioners to be 

appointed au23 741 

Brunette Saw-mill Co., increasing capital stock of. . ,aul6 740 

B. C. Wood Works Co., winding up of aul6 741 

Becher, F. M. — Application to lease 160 acres of land . . se20 741 
(Bole, W. N., appointed as a Maple Ridge Dyking Com- 
missioner ‘ aul6 740 

Davey, Michael, respecting estate of se27 740 

(Enterprise Co., delinquent list of shareholders au30 740 

Lauder, J. D. — application for lease of meadow lands. au9 741 

Sale of land for taxes, New Westminster City ”42 


tVance, B., and Nurse, G., respecting partnership of. .sel3 740 
AST JVeio advertisements are indicated by a dagger. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. 


TABLE 

Showing the Dates and Places of Courts of Assise, 
Nisi Priiis, and Oyer and Terminer, and General 
Gaol Delivery for the Tear 1S!)4. 


Spring Assizes. 


Nanaimo 

. . Tuesday .... 

. 1st May. 

New Westminster. 

. Tuesday . . . . 

. . 8th Mav. 

Vancouver 

. . Tuesday . . . . 

. . 15th May. 

Cilnton 


. 28th M ay. 

Victoria 

. .Tuesday . . . . 

. . 29th May. 

Kamloops 


. 4th June. 

Vernon 

. . Monday 


*Donald 

. . Friday 


*Nelson 

. . Tuesday . . . . 


Fall Assizes. 


Clinton 

. Thursday . . . . 

.20th September. 

Richfield 

. Monday 

24th September. 

Kamloops 

. Monday 

1st October. 

Vernon 

. Monday 

. 8th October. 

Lytton 

.Friday 

. 12th October. 

New Westminster . 

.Tuesday 

.6th November. 

Vancouver 

. Monday 

. 12th November. 

Victoria 

.Tuesday 

.20th November. 

Nanaimo 

.Tuesday 

• 27th November. 

’'.'Special Assize. 




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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. 


“SHERIFFS’ ACT.” 


P URSUANT to section 6 of an Act passed by the 
Legislature of this Province in the 53rd year of 
Her Majesty’s reign, intituled “ An Act to amend the 
Sheriffs’ Act.’” the following is published : — 

(a.) County of Victoria : 

Sheriff, James Eliphalet McMillan, Esquire; post 
office address, Victoria. 

Limits of Bailiwick — Vancouver Island and the 
Islands adjacent thereto, and Queen Charlotte 
Islands, but excepting the Electoral Districts* 
of Nanaimo, Cowiehan, and Comox, 

( b .) County of Westminster: 

Sheriff, Thomas Joseph Armstrong, Esquire; post 
office address, New Westminster. 

Limits of Bailiwick— The Electoral Districts* 
of Westminster (except that portion comprised 
within the limits of the County of Vancouver) 
and New Westminster City, and the Hope and 
Yale Polling Divisions* of the Electoral Dis- 
trict* of Yale, and throughout the Islands 
adjacent thereto, other than Queen Charlotte 
Islands. 

(c.) County of Yale: 

Sheriff, Arthur Gore Pemberton, Esquire ; post 
office address, Kamloops. 

Limits of Bailiwick — The Kamloops, Nicola Lake, 
Okanagan, and Rock Creek Polling Divisions * 
of the Electoral District of Yale. 

(cl . ) County of Cariboo : 

Sheriff, J ohn Stevenson, Esquire ; post office 
address, Barkerville. 

Limits of Bailiwick — The Electoral Districts * of 
Lillooet and Cariboo and the Lytton and Cache 
Creek Polling Divisions * of the Electoral Dis- 
trict of Yale. 

( e . ) County of Kootenay : 

Sheriff, Stephen Redgrave, Esquire ; post office 
address, Donald. 

Limits of Bailiwick — The Electoral District * of 
Kootenay. 

( f .) County of Nanaimo : 

Sheriff, Samuel Drake, Esquire ; post office address 
Nanaimo. 

Limits of Bailiwick — The Electoral Districts * Of 
Nanaimo, Comox, Cowiehan and Cassiar. 

( g .) County of Vancouver: 

Sheriff, James Deacon Hall, Esquire ; post office 
address, Vancouver. 

Limits of Bailiwick — The Vancouver City Elec- 
toral District and that portion of the West- 
minster Electoral District described in section 3 
of the “ Sheriffs’ Act Amendment Act, 1892.” 
*The Electoral Districts and Polling Divisions above 
referred to are the Electoral Districts and Polling 
Divisions as the same existed on the 7th day of Feb- 
ruary, A.D. 1890. 

A. CAMPBELL REDDIE, 

Deputy Provincial Secretary. 
Provincial Secretary's Office, 

Victoria, July 5th, 189 J. 


Provincial Secretary’s Office, 
27th July, 189 J. 

H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in Council 
directs that the following Rules, framed by the 
Judges of the County Courts of Nanaimo and New 
Westminster under the authority of the “County 
Courts Act,” shall come into force from the first day 
of August, proximo. 

By Command. 

JAMES BAKER, 

Provincial Secretary. 

1. There shall be a vacation in the County Court of 
New Westminster from the 1st day of August to the 
1st day of October, 1894, both days inclusive, during 
which vacation, subject to the further provisions 
hereinafter contained, no cause shall be tried. 

2. Nothing in these Rules shall interfere with the 
issue or service of ordinary default or judgment sum- 
mons or garnishee proceedings, or with proceedings 
for obtaining judgment on default summonses. 

3. Nothing in these Rules shall interfere with any 
criminal proceedings. 


4. During said vacation the office hours of the 
offices of the Court shall be in accordance with Rule 
693, “ Supreme Court Rules, 1890.” 

5. These Rules may be cited as “The County Court 
(New Westminster) Vacation Rules, 1894.” 


1. There shall be a vacation in the County Court of 
Vancouver from the 1st day of August to the 1st day 
of October, 1894, both days inclusive, during which 
vacation, subject to the further provisions hereinafter 
contained, no cause shall be tried. 

2. Nothing in these Rules shall interfere with the 
issue or service of ordinary default or judgment sum- 
mons or garnishee proceedings, or with proceedings for 
obtaining judgment on default summonses. 

3. Nothing in these Rules shall interfere with any 
criminal proceedings. 

4. During said vacation the office hours of the offices 
of the Court shall be in accordance with Rule 693, 
“ Supreme Court Rules, 1890.” 

5. These Rules may be cited as “The County Court 
(Vancouver) Vacation Rules, 1894.” 


NOTICE. 


H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in Coun- 
_ cil, under and by virtue of the “Supreme Court 
Act,” has been pleased to order that the Long Vacation 
to be observed in the Supreme Court shall commence 
on the 13th day of August, 1894, and end on the 13th 
day of October, 1S94, and further that Rule 736 of the 
“Supreme Court Rules, 1890,” in so far as it conflicts 
with this Order be suspended. 

By Command. 

JAMES BAKER, 

Provincial Secretary. 
Provincial Secretary's Office, 

28th July, 1894. au2 


Provincial Secretary's Office, 

7th August, 189 4- 

H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been 
pleased to, depute the Honourable John Herbert 
Turner, Minister of Finance and Agriculture, to exe- 
cute marriage licenses, money warrants or commissions, 
under any Statute of the Legislative Assembly of 
British Columbia, during the absence of His Honour 
from the Seat of Government. 


PROCLAMATIONS. 


[L.S.] E. DEWDNEY. 

CANADA. 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, 
Defender of the Faith, &c., &c. , &e. 

To all to whom these Presents shall come, — Greeting. 
A PROCLAMATION. 

Arthur G. Smith, ) AAJHEREAS it is ex- 
Dpputy Attorney-General. f ' ' pedient that Fort 
Simpson should be the place for the nomination of 
Candidates for election to the Legislative Assembly in 
the Cassiar Electoral District, and whereas by the 
“Election Regulation Act ” the Lieutenant-Governor 
in Council is empowered from time to time to appoint 
by Proclamation the place for the nomination of candi- 
dates in each Electoral District : 

And whereas it is unnecessary to continue the 
Polling Place at Massett, Queen Charlotte Islands, in 
the said Electoral District ; and 

Whereas it is advisable to appoint, in lieu thereof, a 
Polling Place at Whonnock Cannery, River’s Inlet, in 
the said Electoral District; and 

Whereas it is desirable to establish an additional 
Polling Place in the said Electoral District. 

NOW KNOW YE, that by virtue of the authority 
contained in the said Act, and of all other powers and 
authorities in that behalf enabling, the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council declares, and it is hereby declared, 
that Metlakahtla as the place for nomination in the 
Cassiar Electoral District shall be discontinued, and 
that Fort Simpson shall be, and is hereby established, 
as the place for the nomination of candidates for elec- 
tion to the Legislative Assembly in the said Electoral 
District ; 

And We do hereby further declare and proclaim 
that the Polling Place at Masset shall be discontinued. 


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and further that Whonnoek Cannery, River’s Inlet, 
shall be, and is hereby appointed and established, as a 
Polling Place in and for the Cassiar Electoral District ; 

And We do hereby further declare and proclaim 
that an additional Polling Place at Telegraph Creek, 
in the said Electoral District, shall be and is hereby 
appointed and established. 

In Testimony Whereof, We have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent and the Great 
Seal of the said Province to be hereunto atlixed : 
Witness, the Honourable Edgar Dewdney, 
Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of 
British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in 
Our said Province, this twenty-ninth day of 
June, in the year of Our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and ninety -four, and in the fifty- 
eighth year of Our Reign. 

By Command. 

JAMES BAKER, 

Provincial Secretary. 


[L. S.] E. DEWDNEY. 

CANADA. 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, 
Defender of the Faith, &c., &c., &c. 

To all to whom these presents shall come, — G reeting. 


throughout the said Province to fill the vacancies 
caused by such dissolution, We command you that, 
notice of the time and place of Election being duly 
given, you do cause Election to be made, according to 
law, of One Member to serve in the Legislative 
Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, for the 
Cassiar Electoral District, and that you do cause the 
nomination of Candidates at such Election to be held 
on the day of , 1894, and do cause the name 

of such Member, when so elected, whether he be 
present or absent, to be certified to Our Supreme 
Court, at the City of Victoria, on or before the 
day of next, the Election so made, distinctly 

and openly under Our Seal duly endorsed upon this 
Our Writ. 

In Testimony Whereof, W r e have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent under the Great 
Seal of Our said Province of British Columbia : 
Witness, the Honourable Edgar Dewdney, 
at Our Government House, at Victoria, this 
second day of June, in the year of Our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 

By Command. 

JAMES C. PREVOST, 

Registrar of the Supreme Court. 


ORDER IN COUNCIL. 


GOVERNMENT HOUSE, VICTORIA. 
Wednesday, the 1st day of August, 1894. 


A PROCLAMATION. 

Theodore Davie, ) TU'HEREAS it is advisable 
Attorney-General. ) ' ' to establish the following 
polling places, in the several and respective Electoral 
Districts hereinafter named. 


NOW KNOW YE, that by virtue of the authority 
contained in the “Election Regulation Act,” the 
Lieutenant-Governor in Council declares that the fol- 
lowing polling places shall be, and they are hereby, 
established for the several Electoral Districts, the 
names of which are set opposite such polling places 
respectively, that is to say : — 


Polling Places. 

Court House, McDame Creek . . 

Do. Dease Creek 

Port Essington 

Metlakahtla 

Fort Simpson 

Naas Harbour 

Inverness Cannery, Skeena River 
Masset, Queen Charlotte Island. 
•Skidegate, do. . J 


Electoral District. 


-Cassiar. 


In Testimony Whereof, We have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent, and the Great 
Seal of British Columbia to be hereunto affixed : 
Witness, the Honourable Edgar Dewdney, 
Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of 
British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in 
Our said Province, this ninth day of June, in 
the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hun- 
dred and ninety-four, and in the fifty-seventh 
year of Our Reign. 


By Command. 


A. CAMPBELL REDDIE, 

Deputy Provincial Secretary. 


WRITS. 


[L.S.] E. DEWDNEYC 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, 
Defender of the Faith, &e. , &c. , &c. 

To the Returning Officer of the Cassiar Electoral 
District : 

W HEREAS His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor 
of British Columbia has, by a Proclamation 
bearing date the 2nd day of June, 1894, been pleased 
to dissolve the Legislative Assembly of the said 
Province ; and whereas it is necessary to hold Elections 


present : 

HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR 
IN COUNCIL. 

O N A MEMORANDUM from the Honourable the 
Attorney -General, dated the 27th day of July, 
1894, calling attention to the apparent omission from 
the published list of voters of a number of names of 
voters in the Cassiar District whose names were entered 
upon the Register of Voters for the Cassiar Electoral 
District, as appears by the Register signed by J. L. 
Crimp, Collector of Votes for Cassiar, on the 1st day 
of September, 1885, who, there is reason to believe, 
are still resident in the portions of the said District 
upon and north and east of the Stickeen River and 
adjacent thereto, and otherwise entitled to vote at the 
election to be holden in the said District, and it 
appearing that such names have not been dropped 
from the list or published in the Gazette under the 
provisions of the “Legislative Electorates and Elec- 
tions Act, 1894,” but have been omitted solely through 
accident or inadvertence : 

The Committee of Council remark that unless the 
omission aforesaid be rectified a number of persons, 
otherwise justly entitled to vote, will at the ensuing 
election be disenfranchised, and that it would be 
inexpedient and unjust to deprive these persons of 
their franchise through no fault or omission of their 
own, therefore, for the purpose of rectifying the 
omission and inadvertence aforesaid, His Honour the 
Lieutenant-Governor, by and with the advice of His 
Executive Council, and under the powers conferred by 
section 21 and two succeeding sections of the “ Legis- 
lative Electorates and Elections Act, 1894,” and under 
all other powers him in that behalf enabling, has been 
pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the 
Deputy Returning Officer who shall conduct the 
election at the polling places herein mentioned be 
authorized and required to add to the Register of 
Voters the names of all those persons who he may 
be satisfied are resident within the said Cassiar 
Electoral District, and whose names appear on the 
said Register of Voters for the said Stickeen Polling 
Division, as certified by the said J. L. Crimp on the 
said 1st day of September, 1885, but have been 
omitted from the last published list of voters, and 
that the persons whose names are so added be per- 
mitted to vote at the polling places respectively, as 
follows, viz.: At Telegraph Creek, 30th August; at 
Laketon, 5th September ; and at McDame Creek, 
10th September. And further, that the Register of 
Voters, when amended as aforesaid by having the said 
names added thereto, shall be as valid and effectual as 
if finally settled and revised by the Collector of Voters. 

THEODORE DAVIE, 

Clerk, Executive Council. 


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THE BRITISH COLTJMBLA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


RUPERT DISTRICT. 


N OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situate in Rupert District, have 
been surveyed, and that plans of the same can be seen 
at the Lauds and Works Department, Victoria : — 
Township 23. 

S.E. J Sec. 1. 

S.W. 1 Sec. 3. 

Secs. 4, 5, 6, 7. 

Sec. S (exclusive of Lot 19). 

Sec. 9 (exclusive of Lot 19). 

S.W. J Sec. 16 (exclusive of Lots 5 and 19). 

W. £ Sec. 17 (exclusive of Lot 19). 

Secs. IS, 19. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands dr Works. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 21st June, 1894- je21 


OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT. 


~VT OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in Osoyoos Division of 
Yale District, have been surveyed, and that plans of 
the same can be seen at the Department of Lands and 
Works, Victoria, and at the office of L. Norris, Esq., 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Vernon: 

W. ^ Sec. 25, Township 35. — Joseph H. Carefoot, 
Pre-emption Record No. 635, dated 19th June, 
188S. 

S.W. \ Sec. 6. Township 7. — William Gillis, Pre- 
emption Record No. 1,379, dated 13th October, 
1 S92. 

N.W. J Sec. 6 and S.W. ^ Sec. 7, Township 7. — 
Wm. Murphy and Allen Mansen, Pre-emption 
Record No. 1,314, dated 19th July, 1892. 

Persons having adverse claims to any of the above- 
mentioned pre-emptions must furnish a statement of 
the same to the Commissioner within 60 days from the 
date of this notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands dr Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 19th July, 1894 • jy 19 


CANCELLATION OF RESERVE— KAMLOOPS 
DISTRICT. 


"VT OTICE is hereby given that the reservation which 
_L x was placed upon Crown lands situated within 

Sections 32, 33 and 34, Township 99, and within 
Sections 3, 4, 9 and 10, Township 100, Kamloops 
Division of Yale District, notice whereof was pub- 
lished in the British Columbia Gazette, and dated 10th 
April, 1889, has been cancelled, and that the said 
lands will be open to pre-emption three months from 
the date of this notice. 

F. G. VERNON, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands dr Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B. C. , 8th A ugust, 1894 • au9 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


OTTER DISTRICT. 


N OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in Otter District, have 
been surveyed, and that plans of the same can be seen 
at the Department of Lands and Works, Victoria : — 
Lot 27. — William Campbell, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,156, dated 17th May, 1894. 

Lot 28. — Richard Kemp. 

Lot 29. — George Maun, Pre-emption Record No. 

511, dated 6th October, 1891. 

Lot 30.- — Frederick H. Fletcher, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,110, dated 31st January, 1894. 

Lot 31. — Edward C. Shields, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,587, dated 15th December, 1883. 

Lot 32. — Denis Murphy, Pre-emption Record No. 

1,140, dated 9th April, 1894. 

Lot 33. 

Lot 34. — John F. Charters, Pre-emption Record No. 

1,585, dated 23rd November, 1883. 

Lot 35. — Addine Fitzsimmons, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,038, dated 29th September, 1893. 

Lot 36. 

Lot 37.- — Arthur N. Floyer, Pre-emption Record 
No. 734, dated 2nd September, 1892. 

Lot 38. — John Campbell, Pre-emption Record No. 

810, dated 15th November, 1892. 

Lot 39. 

Persons having adverse claims to any of the above- 
mentioned pre-emptions must furnish a statement of 
the same to the Commissioner within 60 days from the 
date of this notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands dr Works. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 19th Jidy, 1894 ■ jy 19 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


AT OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
JJN tracts of land, situated in New Westminster 
District, have been surveyed, and that plans of the 
same can be seen at the Lands and Works Depart- 
ment, Victoria, and at the office of C. Warwick, Esq., 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, New 
W estininster : — 

Lots 1,178, 1,179, 1,1S0, 1,181, 1,182, 1,183, 1,184, 
1,185, 1,186, 1,187, 1,1 SS, 1,189, 1,190, 1,191, 
1,192, 1,193, 1,194, 1,195, 1,196, Group 1. 

Lot 1,627, Group 1. — Wm. Dolby, Pre-emption 
Record No. 1 , 10S, dated 11th August, 1891. 

Lot 1,62S, Group 1. — J. R. Murphy, Pre-emption 
Record No. 890, dated 22nd September, 1890. 

Lot 1,629, Group 1. — Andrew Cassal, Pre-emption 
Record No. 1,531, dated 14th May, 1894. 

Persons having adverse claims to any of the above- 
mentioned pre-emptions must furnish a statement of 
the same to the Commissioner within 60 days from the 
date of this notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands dr Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 7th June, 1894- je7 


FERRY AT KAMLOOPS. 


S EALED TENDERS will be received by the Hon. 

the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works up 
to noon of Monday, 20th inst., for the operation and 
maintenance of a ferry to ply across the Thompson 
River at Kamloops. The person obtaining a charter 
will be required to provide, at his own cost, a substan- 
tial scow, capable of carrying a team and waggon 
with a load of 2,000 pounds, and to ply the same with 
oars between the hours of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., except 
one hour at noon, during each of the working days of 
the week, free of charge to the public. 

Persons tendering must state the amount of the 
annual subsidy to be paid by the Government, and 
give the name of two sureties who are willing to enter 
into bonds in the sum of $500 for the faithful per- 
formance of the service. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands dr Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 6th August, 1894 • au9 


HIGHWAY— OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE 
DISTRICT. 


N OTICE is hereby given that the following high- 
way, 66 feet in width, is hereby established, 
vk : — 

Commencing at the north-east corner of Section 4 
and north-west corner of Section 3, Township 26, and 
running on an angle across the corner of Section 9, of 
aforesaid Township, and coming out on the line 
between Sections 8 and 9, Township 26 ; thence run- 
ning in a north-westerly direction through Thomas 
Swordy’s pre-emption, crossing Mission Creek, to the 
line between Blocks 131 and 132; thence following the 
line west and tapping the public road near Mission 
Store. 

F. G. VERNON, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands <& Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 16th Jidy, 1894 • jyf& 


August 9tii, 1894. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


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LANDS AND WORKS. 


M’,\V WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 

N OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tract of land, situate in New Westminster Dis- 
trict, has been surveyed, and that a plan of the same 
can be seen at the Lands and Works Department, 
Victoria, and at the office of C. Warwick, Esq., 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, New 
Westminster : — 

Lot 1,030. — Austin Johnson, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,304, dated 14tli December, 1891. 

Persons having adverse claims to the above-men- 
tioned lot must furnish a statement of the same to 
the Commissioner within 60 days from the date of 
this notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands c Si Works. 
Lands and Works Department., 

Victoria, B.C., 21st June, 1894 ■ jo21 

OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT. 

N r OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tract of land, situated in Osoyoos Division of 
Yale District, has been surveyed, and that a plan of 
the same can be seen at the Lands and Works Depart- 
ment. Victoria, and at the office of L. Norris, Esq., 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Work3, Vernon: 
Frac. S.W. 4 Section 6, Township 26 (exclusive of 
Lot 35S). — Fred. Gillard, Pre-emption Record 
No. 977, dated 19th December, 1890. 
Personshaving adverse claims to the above-mentioned 
pre-emption must furnish a statement to the Commis- 
sioner within 60 days from the date of this notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 7tli June, 1894 • je7 

NOTICE TO MARKET GARDENERS AND 
OTHERS. 


"VT OTICE is hereby given that Lots 49, 152 and 153, 
JJ\ and part of Lots 36 and 151, all in Group 1, 
New Westminster District, situated in Burnaby Muni- 
cipality, on the line of the Westminster and Vancouver 
Tramway, have been subdivided, by survey, into blocks 
of about seven (7) acres each, valued at $60 per acre. 

Also that section 42, Lake District, about 7 miles 
from Victoria, has been similarly subdivided and 
valued at §50 per acre. 

Applications will be received by the Honourable the 
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works upon and 
after Wednesday, 18th July, from any person who 
may be desirous of leasing one of the blocks of land 
above referred to under the provisions of sub-section 
(3) of section 2 of the “Land Act Amendment Act, 
1894.” 

Applications for a lease must be made upon the 
printed form which will be provided for that purpose. 

Forms for application can be obtained, and plans of 
the property can be seen, at the office of Charles 
Warwick, Esq., Government Agent, New Westminster, 
at the office of A. E. Beck, Esq., Registrar of the 
Court, Vancouver, and at the office of the undersigned. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands <P Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 29th June, 1894 . jy5 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


~\TO I ICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
-Lt _ tract of land, situated in New Westminster 
District, has been surveyed, and that a plan of the 
same can be seen at the Lands and Works Depart- 
ment, Victoria, and at the office of C. Warwick, Esq., 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, New 
Westminster : — 

Lot 1,631. — William Simpson, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,447, dated 22nd December, 1892. 

Persons having adverse claims to the above-men- 
tioned pre-emption must furnish a statement of the 
same to the Commissioner within 60 days from the 
date of this notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands A- Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 19th July, 1894. jy 19 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


N ( 


COAST DISTRICT. 

OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 

. tracts of land, situated in Coast District, have 

been surveyed, and that plans of the same can be seen 
at the Department of Lands and Works, Victoria; 
also, that the Gazette notice of 22nd March, 1894, 
describing said lands as Township 1 West, Range 1 
South, Township 1 West, Range 1 North, Township 1 
East, Range 1 North, and Township 2 East, Range 1 
North, is hereby cancelled. 

Township 3, Range 4. 

S.E. i Sec. 1. 

S.W. i and N.W. 4 Sec. 6. 

S.W. | Sec. 7. 

Frac. N.E. 4 Sec. 24. 

Sec. 25. 

N. i Sec. 26. 

N. 4 Sec. 27. 

N. 4 See. 28. 

N. i and S.W. 4 Sec. 29. 

Secs. 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36. 

Gazetted on 22nd March, 1894, as Township 1 West, 
Range 1 South, Cariboo District. 

Township 10, Range 5. 

Secs. 1, 2, 3. 

S.E. 4 Sec. 10. 

Secs. 11, 12. 

Gazetted on 22nd March, 1S94, as Township 2 East,. 
Range 1 North, Cariboo District. 

Township 11, Range 5. 

S. 4 Sec. 1. 

S. 4 and N.E. 4 Sec. 2. 

S. | and N.W. 4 Sec. 3. 

Secs. 4, 5, 6. 

N.E. 4 Sec. 10. 

N. 4 Sec. 12. 

Sec. 13. 

N. 4, S.E. 4 and S.W. 4 Sec. 14. 

Secs. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 
28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36. 

Gazetted on 22nd March, 1894, as Township 1 East,. 
Range 1 North, Cariboo District. 

Township 12, Range 5. 

Secs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. 

Sec. 12 (exclusive of Indian Reserve). 

N.E. 4 Sec. 13. 

S. 4 Sec. 15. 

Secs. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. 

N.W. 4, S.W. 4 and S.E. 4 Sec. 21. 

N. 4 Sec. 22. 

N. 4 and S.E. 4 Sec. 23. 

Secs. 24, 25, 26, 27. 

N. 4 and S.E. 4 Sec. 28. 

S.E. 4, N.W. 4 and S.W. 4 Sec. 29. 

Sec. 30. 

N. 4 and S.E. 4 Sec. 32. 

Secs. 33, 34, 35, 36. 

Gazetted on 22nd March, 1894, as Township 1 West,. 
Range 1 North, Cariboo District. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands A Works. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 19th July, 1894. jy 19 

PUBLIC HIGHWAY — OSOYOOS DIVISION OF 
YALE DISTRICT. 


AJ OTICE is hereby given that the following high- 
-1A way, 66 feet in width, is hereby established, 
viz. : — 

Commencing at the point where the road from 
Vernon to O’Keefe’s crosses the quarter section line 
which forms the south boundary of the north-west 
quarter of Section 3, Township 8, Osoyoos District; 
thence in a northerly direction following the centre 
line of the newly graded road through the north-west 
quarter of Section 3 and the south-west quarter of 
Section 10, Township 8, in the said district, to the 
quarter section line through the centre of Section 10, 
and having a width of 33 feet on each side thereof 
F. G. VERNON, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C.. 2nd August, 1894. au9 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. | August 9th, 1891. 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


COLDSTREAM, HIGHLAND AND METCHOSIN 
DISTRICTS. 

N OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situate in the following Dis- 
tricts, have been surveyed, and that plans of the same 
can be seen at the Lands and Works Department, 
Victoria : — 

Goldstkeam District. 

Section 25. — Geo. Woodruff, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,000, dated 14th August, 1893. 

Section 26. — Alfred Taylor, Pre-emption Record 
No. 1,138, dated 7th April, 1894. 

Section 27. — Russell H. Gardner, Pre-emption 
Record No. 627, dated 14th April, 1892. 
Highland District. 

Section 41.— Andrew Baker, Pre-emption Record 
No. 613, dated 15th March, 1892. 

Metchosin District. 

North portion of Section 97, and Sections 98 and 
99. — H. Cogan, Pre-emption Record No. 1,362, 
dated 21st February, 1873. 

Persons having adverse claims to any of the above- 
mentioned claims must furnish a statement of the same 
to the Commissioner within 60 days from the date of 
this notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands <t- Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., Hist June, 1894 . je21 


COAST DISTRICT. 


OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tract of land, situate in Coast District, has 
been surveyed, and that a plan of the same can be seen 
at the Lands and Works Department, Victoria : — 

Lot 105, Range 1.— Wm. Coleman, Pre-emption 
Record No. 752, dated 16th September, 1892. 
Persons having adverse claims to the above-mentioned 
pre-emption must furnish a statement of the same to 
"the Commissioner within 60 days from the date of this 
notice. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 7th June, 1894 ■ je7 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


JVT OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
JJN tract of land, situate in West Kootenay Dis- 
trict, has been surveyed, and that a plan of the same 
can be seen at the Lands and Works Department, 
Victoria, and at the office of N. Fitzstubbs, Esq., 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Nelson: 

Lot 475.—“ Freddie Lee” Mineral Claim. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 2nd August, 1894 ■ au2 


MINERAL CLAIMS. 


N OTICE is hereby given that Frank C. Loring has 
filed the necessary papers and made application 
for a Crown Grant in favour of the Mineral Claim 
“ Josie,” situated in the Trail Creek Mining Division 
of West Kootenay. Adverse claims, if any, must be 
filed with the undersigned within 60 days from the 
date of this publication. 

W. J. GOEPEL, 

Government Agent. 

Dated, Nelson, B.C., 16th July, 1894. jy26 


N OTICE is hereby given that H. P. Palmerston has 
filed with me the necessary papers and made 
application for a Crown Grant for the “ Last Chance” 
Mineral Claim, situated at Fairview, in the District 
of Yale. Adverse claimants (if any) must file their 
■claims within 60 days from the date of this notice. 

LEONARD NORRIS, 

Government Agent. 

Vernon, B.C., 80th June , ISO 4- jyo 


TIMBER LICENSES. 


N OTICE is hereby given that thirty days after 
date, we intend applying to the Honourable the 
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special 
license to cut and carry away timber from the follow- 
ing tract of land : — Commencing at a post marked 
south-east corner post of the Nelson Saw-mill Com- 
pany’s application for timber license, being the south- 
west corner post of lot 282, Group 1 ; thence west 60 
chains, more or less, to south-west corner post ; thence 
north 150 chains, more or less, to north-west corner 
post ; thence east 60 chains, more or less, to north- 
east corner post on western boundary of lot 228, 
Group 1 ; thence south 150 chains, more or less, on 
western boundary of lots 228 and 282, Group 1, to 
place of commencement, all in the District of West 
Kootenay, and containing 900 acres, more or less. 

For NELSON SAW-MILL CO., 
jy26 W. N. Rolfe, Manager. 

OTICE is hereby given that thirty days after 
date, I intend applying to the Honourable the 
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Y orks for permission 
to cut timber on the following described lands : — Com- 
mencing at a post marked J. W. McRae, at the head 
of a small lake emptying into Refuge Cove, Rodondo 
Island ; thence west 40 chains ; north 40 chains ; west 
60 chains ; north 100 chains ; east 100 chains, more or 
less, to the lake ; thence following the beach in a 
southerly direction to the point of commencement. 
jy26 J. W. McRAE. 

'VT OTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
intend applying to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to cut timber on the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post on 
the beach marked “John Wilson,” on the south side 
of Carrington Bay, Cortes Island ; thence west 20 
chains ; south 20 chains ; west 80 chains ; south 160 
chains ; thence east to the Salt Lagoon ; thence fol- 
lowing the shore in a north-westerly direction to the 
point of commencement; containing 1,000 acres, more 
or less. 

JOHN WILSON. 

Valdes Island, B.C., June 19th, 1S94- je2S 


ASSIGNMENT NOTICES. 


NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 


Pursuant to the Creditors’ Trust Deeds Act, 
1890,” and Amendments. 


N OTICE is hereby given that John A. Thompson, 
carrying on business in the Town of Wellington, 
British Columbia, as a furniture dealer, has by deed 
dated the 30th day of June, 1894, assigned all his real 
and personal estate whatsoever, save as therein men- 
tioned, to John H. Pleace, of the City of Nanaimo, 
for the purpose of satisfying ratably and propor- 
tionately, and without preference or priority, his, the 
said John A. Thompson’s, creditors. The said deed 
was executed by the said John A. Thompson, the 
debtor, on the 30th day of June, 1894, and by the said 
John H. Pleace on the 3rd day of July, 1894. All 
persons having claims against the said debtor, John A. 
Thompson, must forward or deliver full particulars of 
their claim, duly verified, to Yarwood & Young, 
Nanaimo, B.C., on or before the 20th day of July, 
1894. jyl2 


NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 

Pursuant to the “ Creditors’ Trust Deeds Act, 
1890,” AND AMENDING ACTS. 

N OTICE is hereby given that Agnes York and 
William Charles Armistead Pilling, of Mission 
City, in the Province of British Columbia, trading 
under the name, style and firm of York and Pilling, 
as general merchants and keepers of boarding camps, 
have, by deed dated on the 26th day of July, 1894, 
assigned all their and each of their personal estate, 
credits and effects, save and except household furniture, 
and all their and each of their real estate unto Donald 
McGillivray Stewart and Frederick Buscombe, both 
of the City of Vancouver, merchants, in trust for the 
benefit of all their creditors. The said deed was 
executed by the said parties and trusts undertaken by 




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August 9tii, 1 894.] 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


the said Donald McGillivray Stewart and Frederick 
Buscombe, the trustees, on the said 26th day of July, 
1864. Creditors of the said Agnes York and William 
Charles Arinistead Filling are required to send full 
particulars of their claim, proved by statutory decla- 
ration, to the said Donald McCillivray Stewart, at 
Vancouver, B. C., on or before the 15th day of August 
next, and all persons indebted to the said Agnes York 
and William Charles Arinistead Filling are required to 
pay the amount of their indebtedness to the said 
trustees forthwith. After the said 15th day of August, 
1894, the said trustees will proceed to distribute the 
assets among the parties entitled thereto, having 
regard only to those claims of which they then shall 
have notice. 

Dated the 30th day of July, A. D. 1S94. 

McPHILLIPS & WILLIAMS, 

Bank of B.N.A. Building, corner Hastings 
and Richards Streets, Vancouver, B. C., 

Solicitors for the said Trustees. 

A meeting of the creditors of the above estate will 
be held at the otlices of McPhillips & Williams, Bank 
of B. N. A. Building, corner of Hastings and Richards 
Streets, Vancouver, B. C., on Monday, the 6th day of 
August, 1894, at 3:30 o’clock p.m. 

DONALD McGILLIVRAY STEWART, \ . 

FREDERICK BUSCOMBE, / 1 


NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 

Pursuant to the “Creditors’ Trust Deeds Act, 
1S90,” AND AMENDING ACTS. 

HYT OTICE is hereby given that, by deed bearing date 
TN the 1st day of August, A.l). 1894, Thomas 
Hembrough and Stephen Williams, of Deed’s Land- 
ing, in the Province of British Columbia, brick and 
tile makers and potters, trading under the firm name 
of Thos. Hembrough & Co., assigned all their personal 
estate, credits and effects which may be seized and 
sold under execution, and all their real estate, to 
Andrew W. Ross, of the City of New Westminster 
and Province aforesaid, insurance agent, in trust for 
their creditors. The said deed was executed by the' 
said assignors and the said assignee on the 1st day of 
August, A. D. 1894, and the said assignee has accepted 
the trusts created by the said deed. All persons 
indebted to the said Thomas Hembrough and Stephen 
Williams, or to the firm of Thos. Hembrough & Co., 
are required to pay the amount of such indebtedness 
forthwith to the said assignee, and all persons having 
claims against the said Thomas Hembrough and 
Stephen Williams, or to the firm of Thos. Hembrough 
& Co., are to send full particulars of such claim, duly 
verified, to the said assignee. 

Dated at New V r estminster, B.C. , this 1st day of 
August. 1894. 

H. F. CLINTON, 

Solicitor for Assignee. 


CREDITORS’ MEETING. 

A meeting of the creditors of the above-named 
assignors will be held on Thursday, the 9th day of 
August, 1894, at the office of the assignee, Room No. 
9, Douglas-Elliott Block, City of New Westminster, 
at the hour of 2:30 o’clock in the afternoon. au9 


NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 


Pursuant to the “Creditors’ Trust Deeds Act, 
1890,” and Amendments. 


r 1 1AKE NOTICE that James A. Caldwell, carrying 
JL on business in the City of Nanaimo, British 
Columbia, as a merchant tailor, has, by deed dated the 
27th day of July, 1894, assigned all his real and per- 
sonal estate whatsoever to George Williams, of Wel- 
lington, for the purpose of satisfying ratably and 
proportionately, without preference or priority, his, 
the said James A. Caldwell’s, creditors. The said 
deed was executed by the said James A. Caldwell, the 
debtor, on the 27th day of July, 1894, and by the said 
George Williams on the 27th day of July, 1894, and 
the said assignee has undertaken and accepted the 
trusts created by the said deed. All persons having 
claims against the said debtor, James A. Caldwell, 
must forward or deliver full particulars of their claim, 
duly verified, to Yarwood & Young, Nanaimo, on or 
before the 1st dav of September, 1894. 

YARWOOD & YOUNG, 

Solicitors for the Assignee. 

Dated at Nanaimo, B.C., July 28th, 1894. au9 


ASSIGNMENT NOTICES. 


NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 


Pursuant to the “Creditors’ Trust Deeds Act,. 
1890,” and Amendments. 


N OTICE is hereby given that Eugene McCafferty, 
of the City of Nanaimo, contractor, has, by 
deed dated the 25th day of July, 1894, assigned all 
his real and personal estate whatsoever to John Hirst 
and E. M. Yarwood, both of the City of Nanaimo, 
for the purpose of satisfying ratably and propor- 
tionately, and without preference or priority, his, the 
said Eugene McCafferty’s, creditors. The said deed 
was executed by the said Eugene McCafferty, the 
debtor, and John Hirst and E. M. Yarwood on the 
25th day of July, 1894, and the said assignees have 
undertaken to accept the trusts created by the said 
deed. All persons having claims against the said 
debtor, Eugene McCafferty, must forward or deliver 
full particulars of their claim, duly verified, to Yar- 
wood & Young, on or before the 1st day of September, 
1894. 

F. M. YOUNG, 

Solicitor for Assignees. 

Nanaimo, B.C. , July 26th, 1894. au2 

NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 


Pursuant to the “Creditors’ Trust Deeds Act, 
1890,” and the “Creditors’ Ttust Deeds 
Amending Act, 1894.” 


N OTICE is hereby given that by deed dated 9th 
July, 1894, Thomas Cunningham, of the City 
of New Westminster, in the Province of British 
Columbia, farmer, assigned all his personal estate, 
credits and effects which may be seized and sold under 
execution, and all his real estate, to Arthur E. Rand, 
of the said City of New Westminster, real estate 
agent, in trust for his creditors. The said deed was 
executed by the said assignor and the said trustee on 
the 9th day of July, 1894, and the said trustee has 
accepted the trust created by the said deed. All per- 
sons indebted to the said Thomas Cunningham are 
required to pay such indebtedness forthwith to the 
said trustee, and every person having any claim against 
the said Thomas Cunningham is to send to him such 
claim with full particulars, verified by affidavit. 

Dated 13th July, 1894. 

A. E. RAND, 

Trustee. 


A meeting of the creditors of the above-named 
debtor will be held on Monday, the 23rd day of July, 
A. D. 1894, at the office of the trustee, Room 6, Curtis 
Block, in the City of New Westminster, at the hour 
of 2:30 o’clock in the afternoon. 

Dated 13th July, 1894. 

A. E. RAND, 

jyl9 Trustee. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 

NEW YORK MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale Land District; located on the Summit 
between Boundary and Fourth of July 
Creeks, in Atwood’s Mining Camp. 

T AKE NOTICE that I, John Douglas, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 47,189, intend, 60 days from the 
date hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a 
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtain- 
ing a Crown Grant of the above elaim. And further 
take notice, that adverse claims must be sent to the 
Gold Commissioner and action commenced before the 
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 2nd day of July, 1894. jy 19 

PRINCESS MAY MINERAL CLAIM. 


rnAKE NOTICE that I, A. L. Hogg, Free Miner’s 
X Certificate No. 23,317, intend, 60 days from the 
date hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a 
Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtain- 
ing a Crown Grant of the above claim ; and further 
take notice that adverse claims must be sent to the 
Mining Recorder and action commenced before the 
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 1st day of June, 189L 
je28 


A. L. HOGG. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


MABEL MINERAL CLAIM. 

Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale Land District; located on the Summit 
between Boundary and Fourth of July 
Creeks, in White’s Camp. 

T AKE NOTICE that I, John Douglas, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 47,189, intend, 60 days from the 
date hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a 
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim. And 
further take notice, that adverse claims must be sent 
to the Gold Commissioner and action commenced 
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improve- 
ments. 

Dated this 2nd day of July, 1894. jy 19 


ALPHA MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West 
Kootenay District. Where located — About 
TWO MILES N.E. FROM SlLVERTON. 

T AKE NOTICE that I, Arthur Stanhope Farwell, 
as agent for Michael Grady, No. 49,577, L. H. 
Briggs, No. 51,140, and C. F. Laaty, No. 49,687, 
intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to apply to the 
Gold Commissioner for a Certificate of Improvements, 
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the 
above claim. And further take notice, that adverse 
claims must be sent to the Gold Commissioner and 
action commenced before the issuance of such Certifi- 
cate of Improvements. 

Dated this 9th day of July, 1894. 
jy26 A. S. FARWELL. 


SHERIFFS’ SALES. 


NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF. 


Pursuant to the ‘ ‘ Execution Act. ” 


In the Supreme Court of British Columbia. 

Eliza Sarah Davy, .... Plaintiff; 
Catherine Gregson, .... Defendant. 

I N OBEDIANCE to a writ fieri facias issued out of 
the above Court and to me directed in the above- 
named suit for the sum of §942.25 debt and costs, 
together with interest on the same at the rate of four 
per centum per annum from the 21st day of June, 1894, 
besides Sheriff’s fees, poundage, and all other expenses 
of this execution, I have seized and will offer for sale 
by public auction at the Court House, New Westmins- 
ter, on Friday, the 17th day of August, 1894, at 12 
o’clock noon, all the right, title and interest of 
Catherine Gregson, defendant in the lands as described 
in this advertisement, or sufficient thereof to satisfy 
the judgment debt and costs in this action. 


District. 

No. of Lot. 

Concise descrip- 
tion of property. 

Estate or Interest. 

New 

West- 

minster. 

The east half 
of the south- 
west quarter 
of section 13, 
Township 
10. 

Farming land 
with house, 
barn, stables and 
good orchard. 

Estate in fee. 

When to be Sold. 

Where to be Sold. 


in fee of said land, and also of a deed dated 9th May, 
1894, from James Gore to Sarah Langcake, in fee of 
said land. Also, application made 21st June, 1894, to 
register as a charge a deed dated 21st June, 1894, 
from Thomas Gregson and Catherine Gregson to Sarah 
Langcake in fee, and suit claim of, inter alia , said land. 
Also, order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia 
of 23rd June, 1894, restraining the District Land 
Registrar at New Westminster from registering the 
deeds mentioned in said application dated 20th June, 
1894; and I hereby further certify that the following 
are the only judgments registered in this office against 
above-named parties or land, viz.: — 

Certificate of judgment of the Supreme Court of 
British Columbia dated and obtained on 21st June, 
1894, by Eliza Sarah Davy, plaintiff, against Catherine 
Gregson, defendant, for the sum of §519.00 and costs 
to be taxed. Also office copy (from Land Registry 
Office, Vancouver) of certificate of judgment of the 
Supreme Court of British Columbia dated and obtained 
on 27th July, 1894, by the Bank of British North 
America, plaintiffs, against Thomas, Gregson and 
Catherine Gregson, defendants for the sum of §2,824 
debt and costs. Also office copy (from Land Registry 
Office, Vancouver) of a certificate of judgment of the 
Supreme Court of British Columbia dated and obtained 
on 27th July, 1894, by the Bank of British North 
America, the plaintiffs, against Thomas Gregson and 
Catherine Gregson, defendants, for the sum of §2,829.60 
debt and costs. 

C. S. CORRIGAN, 

Terms of sale — Cash. District Registrar. 

T. J. ARMSTRONG, 

au9 Sheriff, County of Westminster. 

NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF. 


Pursuant to “Execution against Lands Act, 1874.” 


In the Supreme Court of British Columbia. 

John W. Mellor, Plaintiff; John W. Carter, Defendant- 

I N OBEDIENCE to a writ of fieri facias issued out 
of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, at 
Victoria, on the 18th day of June, 1894, and to me 
directed in the above-named suit for the sum of 
§954.94, and §3.50 for costs of execution, etc., 
together with interest on the said sum at 6 per centum 
per annum from the 19th day of May, 1894, besides 
Sheriff’s poundage, fees, and other expenses of this 
execution, I have seized and will sell at public auction 
in front of my office, Court House, Bastion Street, 
Victoria, on Friday, the 17th day of August, 1894, at 
12 o’clock noon, the interest of the said John W. 
Carter in the lands as described in this advertisement 
or sufficient thereof to satisfy the said judgment and 
expenses. 


District. 

No. of Lot. 

Concise descrip- 
tion of property. 

Estate or Interest. 

Victoria 

City. 

Lot 81, situ- 
ate in Rae 
Street. 

Lot 90, Kano 
Street. 

Two-story house 
and out-houses ; 
assessed value, 
83,200. 

Two-story house 
and out-houses ; 
assessed value, 
8-2,000. 

Estate in fee, subject to 
incumbrances. 


When to be sold. 

Where to be sold. 

Friday, August 17th, 1894. 

At the Sheriff’s Office, Court 
House, Bastion street, Victoria. 


■Friday, the 17 th day of August, At the front of the Court House, 
1894, at 12 o’clock noon. New Westminster. 


The above judgment was registered in the Land 
Registry Office, New Westminster, against the said 
lands on the 21st day of June, 1894. 

Land Registry Office, 31st July, 1894, 

One o’clock p.m. 

I hereby certify that the following charge only ap- 
pears registered against the east half of the south-west 
quarter of section thirteen, Township ten, in the 
District of New Westminster, except judgments if any. 
Application made on the 20th June, 1894, to register 
deed dated 9th May, 1894, from Catherine Gregson, 
Thomas Gregson, and Sarah Landcake to James Gore, 


J. E. McMILLAN, Sheriff. 
Victoria, B.C., 25th July, lS9fi. 


Land Registry Office, Victoria, 

25th day of July, ISOfi, 12:10 o’clock p.m. 

I hereby certify as follows : — 

1. That, excepting judgments (if any), the following 
are the only charges registered or applied for against 
Lots 81 anil 90, Victoria City, the title to which is 
registered in the name of J. W. Carter, viz : — 

Against part of Lot SI and Lot 90, Victoria City. 

19th January, 1891.— J. W. Carter to Henry P. 
Bell, mortgage in fee to secure payment of the sum of 
$4,500 on (or before) the 19th January, 1S94, and 


735 


August 9tii, 1894.] THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GA/EI IE. 


interest at the rate of eight per cent, per annum., ns 
therein mentioned. (Registered in Charge Book, \ <d. 
h, Fol. 466, No. 0,052 b.) 

Against part ( <10 xSOft.) of Lot 81, Victoria City. 

23rd July, 1.892. — John William Carter to the 
North British-Canadian Investment Company, Limited, 
mortgage in fee to secure payment of the sum of 
$1,500 on or before the 23rd July, 1S95, and interest 
at the rate of eight per cent, per annum. (Registered 
in C. B., Vol. 11, Fol. 175, No 13,021 b.) 

2. That the following judgments appear registered 
against all the real estate of John William Carter, 
viz : — 

Judgment of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, 
obtained 17th May, 1894, by George Philip Weiler, 
Charles Weiler, Otto Weiler, and Joseph William 
Weiler, carrying on business at Victoria, B. C., under 
the firm name and style of Weiler Bros., against John 
William Carter for $192.80 debt, and $56.41 costs. 
Registered 17th May, 1894, at 12:30 p.m., No. 299. 

Judgment of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, 
obtained 28th May, 1894, by Henry Timithy Flett 
against John William Carter for $210 debt, and $31.57 
costs. Registered the 28th May, 1894, at 12:40 p.m., 
No. 306. 

3. That the following judgment appears registered 
against all the real estate of John W. Carter, viz: — 

J udgment of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, 
obtained by John W. Mellor against John W. Carter 
the 19th May, 1S94, for $970 44 debt, and $25 costs, 
and registered 19th May, 1894, at 12:20 p.m., No. 301. 
[l.s.] S'. Y. WOOTTON, 

Deputy Registrar- General. 

Sheriff McMillan, 

Victoria, B. C. jy‘26 


LEGAL PROFESSIONS ACT. 


LEGAL PROFESSIONS ACT. 


1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have applied to 
the Benchers of the Law Society of British 
■Columbia for call’to the Bar and for admission as a 
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, 
subject to the provisions of the “Legal Professions 
Act,” and amendments thereto. 

Dated at Victoria, B.C. , June 29th, 1894. 
j v 5 ARCHER MARTIN. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENSES^ 

OTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for a license to prospect for coal on 
land, containing about 600 acres, in Graham Island, 
Queen Charlotte Islands, described as Section 10, 
Township 10. 

JNO. IRVING. 

Victoria, 30th July, 189 J. au2 


CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION 


No. 134. 

CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF A 
FOREIGN COMPANY. 

“Companies’ Act,” Part IV. 

The Kootenay Mining and Smelting Company 
(Foreign). 


Registered the 6th day of August, 1894. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day regis- 
L tered “The Kootenay Mining and Smelting Com- 
pany ” (Foreign), under the “Companies’ Act,” Part 
IV., “Registration of Foreign Companies,” and the 
“Companies’ Act Amendment Act, 1889.” 

The head office of the said Company is situated at 
Jersey City, in the County of Hudson, State of New 
Jersey, U. S. A., and out of said State, at Pilot Bay, 
in British Columbia. 

The objects for which the Company is established 
are to purchase, hold, mortgage, lease, sell, dispose of 
and operate the mines and mining properties, com- 
prising one hundred acres, more or less, ontheHendryx 
Peninsula, Kootenay Lake, British Columbia, and to 
purchase, hold, mortgage, lease, sell or otherwise dis- 
pose of or operate the smelting plant situated at Pilot 
Bay, in British Columbia, and also the site of the 


smelter at said Pilot Bay, consisting, of one hundred 
and ten acres of land, and also an interest m the 
Townsite of the said Pilot Bay, and to carry on the 
business of mining, milling, smelting, concentrating, 
reduction and refining of gold, copper, silver, lead 
and other ores and minerals in all its branches in the 
Kootenay Mining District, in British Columbia, and 
other Mining Districts in British Columbia and the 
United States of America, and to own, buy, sell and 
deal in gold, silver, copper, lead and other ores and 
mineials, bullion and refined metals, to purchase, own, 
improve, mortgage, lease, sell and w ork and operate 
mines, mining claims, mining property and mining 
lands, and to carry on the business of the transportation 
of goods, merchandise and passengers upon land and 
water, and the building of houses, vessels, whai\es 
and docks, the damming of rivers and streams, includ- 
ing the storage, transportation and sale of water and 
water-power and privileges, and all things necessary 
or convenient to the carrying on of the said business. 

The capital stock of the said Company is two million 
three hundred thousand dollars, divided into twenty- 
three thousand shares of one hundred dollars each. 

Given under my hand and seal of office, at "Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this sixth day of August, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 

[l.s.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

au9 Registrar oj Joint Stock Companies. 


MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION UNDER THE 
“COMPANIES’ ACT, 1890,” AND 
AMENDING ACTS. 

The B. C. Automatic Lighting and Oil Company, 
Limited Liability. 


W E, THE UNDERSIGNED, William Ernest Brown, 
William Paterson and Robert Paterson Ramage, 
all of the City of Vancouver, in the Province of 
Bi’itish Columbia, desire to form a Company under 
the “Companies’ Act, 1890,” and amending Acts. 

1. The corporate name of the Company shall be 
“The B. C. Automatic Lighting and Oil Company, 
Limited Liability.” 

2. The objects for which the Company is formed 
are : — 

(a.) To take over and acquire the business of “The 
B. C. Automatic Lighting Company,” now carried on 
in the City of Vancouver, Province of British Colum- 
bia, by William Ernest Brown and William Paterson, 
as manufacturers and dealers in oil lamps, oil and 
lighting apparatus, and more particularly in the 
development and sale of a patent lighting system and 
all appliances and things which may be registered and 
necessary to development of same : 

(6.) To carry on the business of manufacturers and 
dealers in oil, oil lamps and lighting apparatus of all 
kinds as to the said Company shall seem desirable : 

(c. ) To carry on any business capable of being con- 
ducted so as to directly or indirectly benefit the Com- 
pany : 

(d.) To lease, purchase, hold, mortgage and sell real 
estate : 

(e.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or other- 
wise deal with all or any part of the property or rights 
of the Company : 

(/. ) To acquire and take over the whole or any part 
of any business, liabilities and property of any person 
or company carrying on any business in the Province 
of British Columbia, or elsewhere, which would seem 
directly or indirectly calculated to benefit the Com- 
pany : 

(g.) To amalgamate with any other company having 
objects altogether or in part similar to those of this 
Company : 

(/i.) To draw, make, accept, endorse, discount and 
execute promissory notes, bills of exchange and other 
negotiable instruments, to borrow or raise money on 
any terms or conditions, or on whatsoever securities 
may seem advisable : 

(i.) To buy and sell goods, merchandise, oils and 
wares of every and any description, and to carry on a 
general trading business : 

(j.) To procure the Company to be registered or 
recognized in any foreign country or state : 

(k.) To do all other acts and things as are or may 
be incidental or conducive to the general profit or 
advantage of the Company, and to have full, free and 



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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894. 


ample powers of carrying on such other lines of 
business as are necessarily or conveniently incidental 
thereto. 

3. The principal place of business of the Company 
shall be at the City of Vancouver, in the Province of 
British Columbia. 

4. The capital stock of the Company is two hundred 
and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000), divided into ten 
thousand shares of twenty-five dollars ($25) each. 

5. The time of the existence of the Company shall 
be fifty years. 

6. The number of Trustees of the Company shall 
be three, namely, William Ernest Brown, William 
Paterson and Robert Paterson Ramage, who shall 
manage the concerns of the Company for the first 
three months. 

Dated this 18th day of July, 1894. 

Signed in the presence of] W. E. BROWN. 

F. M. Chaldecott, IWM. PATERSON. 
Notary Public, Vancouver, B.C. j R. P. RAMAGE. 

I hereby certify that William Ernest Brown, William 
Paterson and Robert Paterson Ramage, personally 
known to me, appeared before me and acknowledged 
to me that they are the persons mentioned in the 
foregoing instrument as the makers thereof, and 
whose names are subscribed thereto as parties, that 
they know the contents thereof, and that they executed 
the same voluntarily. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand 
and seal of office, at Vancouver, B. C., this 18th day 
of July, 1894. 

[l.s. ] F. M. CHALDECOTT, 

A Notary Public in and for the. 

Province of British Colubia. 

Filed (in duplicate) the 21st day of July, 1894. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy26 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


IN THE MATTER OF THE “COMPANIES’ ACT, 
1890,” AND AMENDING ACTS. 


TT7E, THE UNDERSIGNED, Charles Stanford 
\ V Douglas, John Wesley Sexsrnith, William 
Herbert Steves, in the Province of British Columbia, 
desire to form a Company under the “ Companies’ 
Act, 1890,” and amending Acts. 


1st. The corporate name of the Company is the 
“ Fraser Valley Land Company, Limited Liability.” 

2nd. The objects for which this Company is formed 
are as follows : — 


(a.) To acquire, purchase, lease or otherwise hold, 
use, manage and improve land and tenements situated 
in the Municipality of Richmond, or elsewhere in the 
Province of British Columbia, and to develop and 
turn the same to account in building or laying out and 
preparing the same for building purposes, construct- 
ing, altering and improving buildings, and by draining, 
dyking, farming, letting on buildings or farm, or other 
leases, and by advancing money to and entering into 
contracts and arrangements of all kinds with builders, 
tenants and others : 

(b.) To sell land or buildings on any terms, to 
exchange land for other land or buildings, and to pay 
or receive money for equality of exchange : 

{<■. ) To obtain money or debentures or mortgage of 
any land, either legal or equitable title : 

(d. ) To make, erect and maintain wharves and 
landing-places, with any appliances for the same : 

(e.) To enter into any arrangements with any govern- 
ment or authorities, either municipal, local or other- 
wise, that may be deemed conducive to the Company’s 
interests : 

( f ) To take or otherwise acquire and hold shares 
in any other Company having objects in any way 
similar to this Company, or carrying on any business 
that may be considered beneficial to the Company : 

(g . ) To amalgamate with any other Company having 
object-s altogether or in part similar to those of this 
Company : 

(h.) To distribute any of the property of the Com- 
pany among the members in specie : 

(i.) To have and perform all the rights and powers 
usual and necessary for carrying out t lie above objects. 

3rd. The amount of the capital stock of the Com- 
pany is one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), 
divided into one thousand shares ( 1 ,000) of one hundred 
dollars each. 

4th. The time of the existence of the Company is 
fifty years. 


5th. Three Trustees, viz. , Charles Stanford Douglas, 
J ohn Wesley Sexsrnith, William Herbert Steves, shall 
manage the concerns of the Company for the first 
three months. 

6th. The principal place of business of the Com- 
pany shall be at Vancouver, in the Province of British 
Columbia. 


In testimony whereof the parties hereto have made, 
signed and acknowledged these presents, in duplicate, 
at the City of Vancouver, in the Province of British 
Columbia, this 23rd day of June, 1894. 

Made, signed and acknowl-'| 


, 


C. S. DOUGLAS. 

J. W. SEXSMITH. 
W. H. STEVES. 


edged in the presence of 

Edward Nicolls, 

Notary Public for B. C. 

I hereby certify that Charles Stanford Douglas, 
John Wesley Sexsrnith and William Herbert Steves, 
personally known to me, appeared before me and 
acknowledged to me that they are the persons men- 
tioned in the annexed instrument as the makers thereof, 
and whose names are subscribed hereto as parties, that 
they know the contents thereof, and that they executed 
the same voluntarily. 

In testimony whereof I have hereto set my hand 
and seal of office, at Vancouver, British Columbia, 
this twenty-third day of June, in the year of Our 
Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 
[l.s.] EDW. NICOLLS, 

A Notary Public in and for the 

Province of British Columbia. 

Filed (in duplicate) 5th July, 1894. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jyl2 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


W E, THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby certify that 
we desire to form ourselves into a Company 
under the “ Companies’ Act, 1890,” and amending 
Acts. 

The name of the Company shall be the Golden Era 
Mining Company, Limited Liability,” 

1. The objects for which the Company is formed 
are: — 

(a.) To carry on the business of miners, and to 
obtain by purchase, lease, hire, exchange or otherwise, 
such placer mining ground as may be deemed requisite 
for the uses of the Company, and to own and operate 
such placer mining grounds, and to do all things con- 
ducive to the carrying out of the above objects, or any 
of them, and to dispose of such grounds at pleasure. 

2. The amount of the capital stock of the Company 
shall be $8,000, divided into 4,000 shares of $2 each. 

3. The time of the existence of the Company shall 
be fifty years. 

4. The name of the Trustees who shall manage the 
concerns of the Company for the first three months 
are George Lawson Allan, Harry Rhodes and Robert 
Hamilton. 

5. The principal place of business of the said Com- 
pany shall be in the City of Vancouver, in the 
Province of British Columbia. 

Dated at Vancouver, this 16tli day of July, A.D. 
1S94. 

G. L. ALLAN. 

H. RHODES. 

ROBT. HAMILTON. 

Made, signed and acknowledged before me in dupli- 
cate, at Vancouver, this 16th day of July, A.D. 1894, 
by George Lawson Allan, Harry Rhodes and Robert 
Hamilton. 

M. A. MacLEAN, 

J. P. 

Filed (in duplicate) the 18th day of July, 1894. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy ] 9 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 

MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION 

— OK— 

The Wayerly House Company, Limited Liability. 

\\J E, THE UNDERSIGNED, Marie Nixon, Alex. 
VV Grant, Robert Grant, Henry McGregor, Thomas 
Russell, Lewis Mounce, Wm. Mitchell, George Walker, 
Morrin Cly, Alex. Lindsay, Margery McFadyen, and 
W. B. Walker, all of Comox District, in the Province 
of British Columbia, hereby certify that we desire to 
form a Company under the “Companies’ Act, 1890,” 
and amending Acts, as hereinafter mentioned. 

1. The corporate name of the Company shall be 
“The Waverly House Company, Limited Liability. 

2. The objects for which the Company is formed 
are : — 


August 9th, 1894. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


737 


(a.) To acquire, l>y purchase or otherwise, lands ami 
hereditaments for the purposes of the Company, and 
to hold, sell, mortgage, lease or deal with the same, 
or part thereof : 

(6.) To acquire, erect, construct, lit up, furnish, 
maintain, carry on, or cause to be carried on, inns, 
hotels or public houses in the said Comox District ; 
and to hold, sell, mortgage, lease or otherwise deal 
with the said inns, hotels or public houses, or any part 
thereof or interest therein, as may be deemed expedient: 

(c. ) To apply for, obtain and receive from any 
Government, Municipality, corporation or individual, 
any such rights, gifts, powers, privileges and fran- 
chises as the Company may deem expedient, and to 
hold, exercise and dispose of the same : 

(cl , ) To do all such things as are incidental to the 
attainment of the objects aforesaid, or conducive to 
the general profit or advantage of the Company. 

3. The capital of the Company shall be ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000), divided into twenty (20) shares of 
five hundred dollars ($500) each. 

4. The time of the existence of the Company shall 
be fifty years. 

5. The principal place of business of the Company 
shall be in the Town of Cumberland, Comox District 
aforesaid. 

6. Three Trustees shall manage the concerns of the 
Company for the first three months, and their names 
are Thomas Russell, William Bennie Walker and 
Alex. Grant. 

In testimony whereof we have made and signed 
these presents (in duplicate) the 10th day of J uly, 1894. 

'William Bennie Walker. 
George Walker. 

Alex. Grant. 

Henry McGregor. 

Robert Grant. 

Lewis Mounce. 

Thomas Russell. 

William Mitchell. 

Marie Nixon per A. Lindsay. 
Alex. Lindsay. 

Morrin Cly. 

Margery McFadyen. 

Filed (in duplicate) this 18th day of July, 1894. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy26 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION 

— OF — 

Fraser River Mining and Dredging Company, 
Limited Liability. 

K NOW ALL MEN by these presents, that we, 
whose names are hereunto subscribed, desire to 
form a Corporation under the “ Companies’ Act, 
1890,” of the Province of British Colambia, in the 
Dominion of Canada, and the Acts amendatory thereof 
or supplementary thereto, and have associated our- 
selves together for such purpose, and for such purpose 
do hereby make, sign and adopt this Memorandum of 
Association. 

1. The corporate name of the Company shall be 
“Fraser River Mining and Dredging Company, Limited 
Liability.” 

2. The object for which this Company is and shall 
be formed is as follows : — 

(a.) To obtain by purchase, lease, hire, assignment 
or otherwise, and to have, hold, control and operate 
mines, mining claims, mineral lands and leases and 
mining prospects of all kinds, and especially those 
valuable for deposits of the precious metals, and to 
buy, own, sell and deal in the same, or any interest 
therein, and the product thereof, in the said Province 
of British Columbia and elsewhere : 

(b.) To buy, own, sell, lease, acquire, deal in and 
operate lands, tenements and hereditaments, including 
coal and timber lands, and mineral lands of all kinds, 
in the said Province of British Columbia and else- 
where : 

(c. ) To carry on the business of miners of every 
description, including placer mining, and to operate 
mines for the winning of the precious metals, including 
the operation of placer diggings of all kinds, and 
particularly the dredging of river beds and bars for 
the purpose of obtaining, acquiring and extracting the 
precious metals therefrom, and to develop and operate 
mines of gold, silver, copper, iron, coal and other 
metals and minerals in the said Province of British 
Columbia and elsewhere, and to control, enjoy and 
sell the product thereof : 


(d.) To carry on the business of manufacturing, 
smelting, refining, reducing, concentrating, founding 
and assaying in gold, silver, copper and other metals 
and minerals, and of treating the same in any way, 
and of dealing in all kinds of metals and minerals 
and mineral products : 

(e.) To erect, acquire, by lease or otherwise, and to 
equip, construct, maintain, operate and improve mills, 
factories and works, machines and machinery of any 
and every character, together with any and all boats, 
scows, vessels, wharves, piers, landing places, and all 
other appliances of every kind that will facilitate the 
carrying on of the business in this memorandum 
specified, or that may be necessary or convenient 
thereto, including telephones and the appliances 
therefor, and including the use of electric light, heat 
and power, and the construction and operation of any 
and all plants necessary therefor, and including the 
use of steam and water, in any way or manner neces- 
sary or convenient to the conduct of such business : 

(f.) To buy, sell and deal in all kinds of machinery 
for mining, smelting, reducing, refining, concentrating 
and the treating of ores of gold, silver, copper, lead 
and other minerals, and to acquire and control the 
right to use all kinds of machines, machinery, appli- 
ances and processes in the conduct of the business 
specified in this Memorandum, or that may be neces- 
sary or convenient thereto, together with the right to 
acquire, own, control and deal in inventions and 
letters patent for any such machines, machinery, 
appliances or processes : 

(</. ) To act as factors or agents in relation to the 
purchase, sale, receipt and disposition of all kinds of 
ore, mineral and mineral products, mines, mineral 
lands, claims, rights and interests : 

(h . ) In general to do all things that may be necessary 
or advantageous to the said Company and to the con- 
duct of the said business, or any branch or portion 
thereof, specified in this Memorandum, and to obtain 
and acquire all of the rights, privileges and immunities 
in any manner necessary or advantageous to the said 
Company in the prosecution of the business specified 
in this Memorandum, or incidental thereto, and to 
have and enjoy, among other rights, powers and 
franchises, all of the powers specified in the said 
“ Companies’ Act, 1890,” and in the Acts amendatory 
thereof, and all of the powers bestowed by law, or by 
grants from any government under whose jurisdiction 
said Company shall operate, upon such Corporation. 

3. The amount of the capital stock of the Company 
shall be two million five hundred thousand dollars 
($2,500,000), divided into two hundred and fifty 
thousand shares of ten dollars each. 

4. The time of the existence of this Company shall 
be fifty years. 

5. The concerns of said Company shall be managed 
by a Board of Trustees, five in number, who must all 
be stockholders of the Company, and who shall have 
power to elect the following officers, to wit, President, 
Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and General 
Manager, any two of which offices, except that of 
President and Vice-President, may be held by oue 
person, and also to appoint such other officers, agents 
and employees as they shall from time to time deem 
necessary for the management of the concerns of the 
Company, and prescribe their duties and fix their com- 
pensation; provided, that it shall be competent for the 
stockholders of the Company, at any annual meeting, 
by resolution adopted before the holding of the annual 
meeting and election, to increase the number of such 
Trustees to any number, not exceeding nine. Such 
Trustees are also authorized to adopt all needful by- 
laws, rules and regulations for the conduct of the 
Company’s business, the management of its affairs 
and the government of its officers, not inconsistent 
with law or this Memorandum of Association. 

The number of Trustees who shall manage the con- 
cerns of the Company for the first three months, or 
until their successors are duly elected and qualified, 
shall be five, and their names are William LI. Gal- 
lagher, James A. Wood and Charles E. Crockett, all 
of the City of Vancouver, in the Province of British 
Columbia, in the Dominion of Canada, C. A. Duncan 
and Marshall H. Alworth, of the City of Duluth, in 
the State of Minnesota, U. S. A. and such Trustees, 
until their successors are duly elected and qualified, 
shall have all of the powers and duties of the Board 
of Trustees hereinbefore provided for. 

6. The name of the City in which the principal 
place of business of the Company is located is the 
City of Vancouver, in the Province of British Colum- 
bia, in the Dominion of Canada. 


Made, signed and 
acknowledged by the 
within named parties 
in the presence of 
Louis W. Farquier, 
r , Notary Public 
‘ for Brit. Col. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9tii, 1891. 


7. The shareholders of this Company shall not be 
liable for the debts and liabilities of the Company, 
but the liability of the shareholders shall be limited 
to calls and assessments to be legally levied upon 
unpaid subscriptions to or holdings of the stock of the 
said Company, in such manner as by law provided, 
and when stock lias been once paid for in money or 
property, as agreed between said Company and 
the purchaser or subscriber, and issued as full paid and 
non-assessable stock, the same shall not be subject to 
any further assessments. 

In testimony whereof the said parties have made 
and signed these presents in duplicate, and have here- 
unto set their hands and seals this thirtieth day of 
May, A.D. one thousend eight hundred and ninety - 
four. 

Signed, sealed and exe- 
cuted in presence of (as to 
the signatures and seals of 
W. H. Gallagher, James 
A. Wood and Charles E. 

Crockett). 

[l.s.] Joseph A. Russell, 
a Notary Public in and 
for the Province of British 
Columbia. In testimony 
whereof I hereunto affix 
my notarial seal this 30th 
day of May, 1894. 

Signed, sealed and exe- 
cuted in presence of J. L. 

Washburn, L. I. Feet- 
HAM, witnesses to the sig- 
natures of Marshall H. 

Alworth and C.A. Duncan, 
and in testimony whereof 
I, J. L. Washburn a 
Notary Public of St. Louis 
County, Minnesota, U. S. 

A., hereunto affix my 
notarial seal this 19th day 
of June, 1894. [l.s.] 

I hereby certify that W. H. Gallagher, Charles E. 
Crockett and James A. Wood, personally known to 
me, appeared before me and acknowledged to me that 
they are the persons mentioned in the annexed instru- 
ment as the makers thereof, and whose names are 
subscribed thereto as parties, that they know the con- 
tents thereof, and that they executed the same volun- 
tarily. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand 
and seal of office, at Vancouver, British Columbia, 
this thirtieth day of June, in the year of Our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 

[l.s.] JOSEPH A. RUSSELL, 

Xotary Public in and for British Columbia. 

State of Minnesota, loo. 

County of St. Louis, j ' ' ' '' 

I, D. J. Sinclair, Clerk of the District Court for the 
County of St. Louis, which is a Court of Record having 
a Seal, do hereby certify that J. L. Washburn, the 
person before whom the foregoing acknowledgment 
was taken, was, on the 19th day of June, 1894, therein 
mentioned, a Notary Public in and for said County, 
duly authorized to take the same ; that I am well 
acquainted with the hand-writing of the said J. L. 
Washburn, and verily believe that the name of said 
officer, subscribed to the said certificate, is his genuine 
signature. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand 
and affixed the seal of said Court at Duluth, this 19th 
day of June, A.D. 1894. 

[l.s.] D. J. SINCLAIR, Clerk , 

Per F. A. Millar, Deputy Clerk. 

State of Minnesota, | „ ^ 

County of St. Louis. J ' 

On this 19th day of June, A.D. 1894, before me, a 
Notary Public within and for said County, personally 
appeared Marshall H. Alworth and C. A. Duncan, to 
me known to be the persons described in, and who 
executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged 
that they executed the same of their free act and deed. 

[l.s.] J. L. WASHBURN, 

Motor y Public, St. Louis County, Minn. 

Filed (in duplicate) 3rd July, 1894. 

S. \ . WOOTTON, 

jy 12 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. 


“COMPANIES’ ACT, 1890,'’ AND AMENDING 
ACTS. 


Memorandum of Association of the Vancouver 
Sash and Door Company, Limited Llability. 

\XTE, THE UNDERSIGNED, James Barnet Mac- 
VV Laren, of the City of New Westminster, 
lumberman ; Richard Dick Fetherston, of the City of 
Vancouver, lumberman, and Henry De Pencier, of the 
said City of Vancouver, lumberman, do hereby certify 
that we desire to form a Company under the provisions 
of the “Companies’ Act, 1890,” and the Acts amend- 
ing the same. 

1. The corporate name of the Company shall be 
“ Vancouver Sash and Door Company, Limited Lia- 
bility.” 

2. The time of the existence of the Company shall 
be fifty years. 

3. The capital stock of the Company shall be 
twenty-five thousand dollars (§25,000), divided into 
two hundred and fifty (250) shares of one hundred 
dollars (§100) each. 

4. The principal place of business of the Company 
shall be at the City of Vancouver, in the Province of 
British Columbia. 

5. The number of Trustees who shall manage the 
concerns of the Company for the first three months 
shall be three, and their names are James Barnet 
MacLaren, Richard Dick Fetherston and Henry De 
Pencier. 

6. The objects for which the Company is formed are 
as follows : — 

(a. ) To carry on the business of sash and door 
manufacturers, to run saw-mills, to acquire and hold 
timber-limits by lease or otherwise, and generally to 
carry on any other business whatsoever which the 
Company may desire or may consider capable of being 
conveniently carried on in connection with any of the 
before-mentioned businesses : 

(b.) To purchase, take over or acquire the business, 
property and assets of James Barnet MacLaren, 
Richard Dick Fetherston and Henry De Pencier, now 
carrying on business at the City of Vancouver, on 
False Creek, as sash and door manufacturers, under 
the name, style and firm of Vancouver Sash and Door 
Company, and the whole of the stock in trade, 
property and assets of the said firm, subject to the 
obligations now existing (if any) in respect of the 
same, and to assume, guarantee or pay all the obli- 
gations, liabilities, contracts and engagements of the 
said firm : 

(c.) To carry on the said businesses and to extend 
the same throughout the Province of British Colum- 
bia : 

(d.) To lease, purchase, hold and sell real estate 
and stocks, notes or shares of other corporations, or 
shares or interests in any other business, whether 
incorporated or not : 

(e. ) To make advances in cash, goods or other sup- 
plies to other persons, companies or corporations, and 
to take and hold real estate and personal securities 
for the same : 

(/.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account or other- 
wise deal with all or any part of the property and 
rights of the Company : 

(g.) To acquire and undertake the whole or any 
part of the business, property and liabilities of any 
person or company carrying on any business which 
this Company is authorized to carry on, or possessed 
of property suitable for the purposes of this Company: 
( h . ) To promote any company or companies for the 
purpose of acquiring all or any of the property and 
liabilities of this Company, or for any other purpose 
which may seem directly or indirectly calculated to 
benefit this Company : 

(i.) To procure the Company to be registered or 
recognized in any foreign country or place : 

(j. ) To sell or dispose of the undertaking of the 
Company, or any part thereof, for such consideration 
as the Company may think fit, and in particular for 
shares, debentures or securities of any other Company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to those 
of this Company : 

( k . ) To invest and deal with the moneys of the 
Company not immediately required upon such secur- 
ities and in such manner as may from time to time be 
determined : 


W. H. Gallagher. 

C. A. Duncan. 

'-James A. Wood. 
j Charles E. Crockett. 
i Marshall H. Alworth. 


(/.) To take or otherwise acquire and hold shares or 
stock in any other company having objects altogether 
or in part similar to those of this Company, or carry- 
ing on any business capable of being conducted so as 
to directly or indirectly benefit this Company : 

(»!.) To borrow or raise money on any terms or con- 
ditions, and in particular by the issue of debentures 
or debenture stock, whether perpetual or otherwise, 
and whether charged on the undertaking or property 
of the Company, or any part thereof, or its uncalled 
capital for the time being, or otherwise secured. 

In witness whereof the parties hereto have made, 
signed and acknowledged this Memorandum of Asso- 
ciation, in duplicate, at the City of Vancouver, in the 
Province of British Columbia, this sixth day of July, 
A.D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 
Made, signed and ac-1 


J. Barnet MacLaren. 
-Richard D. Fetherston. 
Henry De Pencier. 


knowledged by the said 
James Barnet MacLaren, 

Richard Dick Fetherston 
and Henry De Pencier, in 
the presence of 
[l.s.] D. G. Marshall, 

Notary Public, British Columbia , 


I hereby certify that James Barnet MacLaren, 
Richard Dick Fetherston and Henry De Pencier, 
personally known to me, appeared before me and 
acknowledged to me that they are the persons men- 
tioned in the foregoing and annexed instrument as 
makers thereof, and whose names are subscribed 
thereto as parties, and that they know the contents 
thereof, and did execute the same voluntarily. 

In testimony whereof I have hereto set my hand 
and seal of office, at the City of Vancouver, in the 
Province of British Columbia, t is 6th day of July, 
A D. 1894. 

[l.s.] D. G. MARSHALL, 

A Notary Public in and for the 
Province of British Columbia. 


Filed (in duplicate) the 11th day of July, 1894. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy 12 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION 

— OF — 

Olivet Baptist Church Property Company, 
Limited Liability. 

IFE, THE UNDERSIGNED PERSONS, are desir- 
YY ous of forming ourselves into a Company under 
the “ Companies’ Act, 1890,” and amending Acts. 

1. The corporate name of the Company shall be 
“ Olivet Baptist Church Property Company, Limited 
Liability.” 

2. The objects for which the Company shall be 
formed are as follows : — - 

(a.) To acquire and hold, either by purchase, 
donation, devise or otherwise, all kinds of real and 
personal property, and to lease, sell, mortgage or 
otherwise deal with the same and provide buildings 
for parsonage or such other purposes as the Company 
shall from time to time deem fit : 

(b. ) To borrow, on any terms and conditions, any sum 
or sums of money, at such rate or rates of interest as 
may from time to time be agreed upon, on or without 
the security of mortgage or pledge of all or any part 
of the Company’s property or .assets, or on the uncalled 
capital of the Company, or any part thereof, and also 
to borrow money on bonds or debentures, bills, 
acknowledgements or other documents of debt of the 
Company, and with or without any security, and to 
allow such rate or rates of interest as may be agreed 
upon : 

(c.) To lease any part or all of the Company’s 
property to any person or persons, or body corporate, 
or otherwise, upon such terms and conditions as may 
be agreed upon : 

(d.) To make, draw, accept, endorse, execute, dis- 
pose of and deal with promissory notes, bills of 
exchange and other negotiable instruments : 

(e.) To remunerate any person or persons for ser- 
vices rendered, or to be rendered, in or about the 
formation of the Company, or otherwise in connection 
therewith : 

(/. ) Generally to make, do and execute all such 
acts, deeds, covenants anti things as the Company may 
think necessary, expedient, incidentally or otherwise, 
to the attainment of all or any of the foregoing 
objects, or to the conversion or disposal of any secur- 
ities held or acquired by the Company. 


3. The capital stock of the Company shall be thirty 
thousand dollars, divided into three hundred shares of 
one hundred dollars. 

4. The time of the existence of the Company shall 
be fifty years. 

5. No shareholders shall be individually liable for 
the debts or liabilities of the Company, but the 
liability of each shareholder shall be limited to the 
calls and amounts to be legally levied upon the shares 
held by him. 

6. In the event of the winding up of the Company 
every person having been a member thereof shall, for 
the purpose of providing for the payment of any debt 
which may be incurred by the Company and declared 
by the instrument creating it to be subject to the 
provisions of this section contained, be, notwithstand- 
ing he may have ceased to be a member, whether 
voluntarily or otherwise howsoever, liable to con- 
tribute as if he were at the date of commencement of 
the winding up a member of the Company. [Section 
6, 1 894, amendment to the “Companies’ Act, 1890.”] 

7. The head office of the Company shall be at the 
City of New Westminster, in the Province of British 
Columbia. 

8. The number of the Trustees of the Company 
who shall manage the affairs of the Company for the 
first three months, or until their successors are elected, 
shall be five, namely, James Chambers, Albert E. 
Woods, George W. Boggs, Alexander Johnston and 
Edgar L. Webber, all of the City of New Westmin- 
ster, in the Province of British Columbia. 

In testimony whereof the parties hereto have made, 
signed and acknowledged this Memorandum of Asso- 
ciation, in duplicate, in the Province of British Colum- 
bia, this 3rd day of July, A.D. 1894. 

„. , . . . f JAMES CHAMBERS. 

Signed, sealed and ac- A £ W00 DS. 

knowledged in the pres- 1 Q w gQGGS. 
enceof I ALEX. JOHNSTON. 

l. j. oole. ^ EDGAR L WEBBER. 

I hereby certify that James Chambers, Albert E. 
Woods, George W. Boggs, Alexander Johnston and 
Edgar L. Webber, personally known to me, appeared 
before me and acknowledged to me that they are the 
persons mentioned in the within Memorandum of 
Association as the makers thereof, and whose names 
are subscribed thereto as parties, that they know the 
contents thereof, and that they executed the same 
voluntarily. 

In testimony whereof I have hereto set my hand 
and seal of office at the City of Vancouver, British 
Columbia, this third day of July, in the year of Our 
Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 
[l.s.] LESLIE J. COLE, 

A Notary Public in and for 

the Province of British Columbia.. 

Filed (in duplicate) the 6th day of July, 1S94. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy 12 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 133. 

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF A 
FOREIGN COMPANY. 


“Companies Act, Part IV.” 


“The Globe Savings anil Loan Company” (Foreign). 


Registered the 6th day of August, 1894. 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day regis- 
tered ‘ 1 The Globe Savings and Loan Company ” 
(Foreign), under the “Companies’ Act,” Part IV., 
“ Registration of Foreign Companies,” and the “Com- 
panies’ Act Amendment Act, 1889.” 

The head office of the said Company is situated at 
the City of Toronto, in the Province of Ontario. 

The objects for which the Company is established 
are : The accumulation of a fund for aiding its mem- 
bers in acquiring real estate, making improvements 
thereon, the obtaining of homes and removing incum- 
brances from their lands, and for the further purpose 
of accumulating a fund to be returned if required to 
its members who do not obtain advances on their 
shares when the funds of the Company to the credit 
of each share shall amount to one hundred dollars, 
the full value of a share, and for the transaction of a 
general business of a mutual, savings, loan, building 
and accumulation fund association or company. 


710 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9tii, 1894. 


The capital stock of the said Company is ten million 
dollars, divided into one hundred thousand shares of 
one hundred dollars. 

Given under my hand and seal of office, at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this sixth day ot 
August, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 

[l.s.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

au9 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

MAPLE RIDGE DYKING COMMISSION. 


Notice. 


A T A MEETING of the proprietors of lands 
included in the Maple Ridge Drainage and 
Dyking Scheme held, pursuant to section 7 of the 
“Drainage, Dyking and Irrigation Act, 1894,” on 
Saturday, the 4tli day of August, 1894, public notice 
whereof was duly given, we, the undersigned, being a 
majority in interest and number of the proprietors of 
the lands aforesaid, and which are more particularly 
described as follows, viz. , that part of the District of 
New Westminster called Pitt Meadows, situate in 
Townships nine (9) and forty (40), lying between the 
South Lillooet on the north, Pitt River on the west, 
Fraser River on the south, and the high land from 
Port Hammond northerly to Lillooet River on the 
east, have duly selected the Honourable W. Norman 
Bole a Commissioner to fill the vacancy caused by the 
resignation of Chas. E. Woods, Esq. 

W. J. Harris, D. McLean, 

Wm. Manson, W. N. Bole, 

Garden, Hermon & T. S. Higginson, 

Burwell, W. C. Clarkson Estate, 

J. McKenney, Cunningham & Morton, 

J. Cooke, L. F. Bonson, 

J. Trembath, J. Bowron, 

D. Callaghan, J. Rosseau, 

J. Laity, H. Holbrook, 

W. Hampton, J. Callaghan, 

R. C. Brooke, B. C. Drainage & D. C., 

D. Oppenheimer, Pres. 

NOTICE. 


Enterprise Company, Timon Creek. 


rnilERE is delinquent upon the following described 
X interests in the Enterprise Company, Timon 
■Creek, Cariboo, on account of assessment levied for 
the year 1893, and previous thereto, the several 
amounts set opposite the names of the respective 
shareholders, as follows : — 

J. Punch, 2 interests, 200 feet, and 50 feet staked off 
as discovery claim, $52 12£. 

H. Langley, 2 interests, 200 feet, and 50 feet staked 
off as discovery claim, $28. 

Mrs. E. Langley, 2 interests, 200 feet, and 50 feet 
staked off as discovery claim, $28. 

N. McGregor, 2 interests, 200 feet, and 50 feet staked 
off as discovery claim, $28. 

J. Peters, 1£ interests, 150, and 50 feet staked off 
as discovery claim, $24.90. 

And in accordance with law so much of each said 
interests as may be necessary will be sold at public 
auction, at the Town of Stanley, Cariboo, on Monday, 
10tli day of September, 1894, at 12 o’clock noon of 
the said day, to pay the said delinquent assessments 
and any further assessments that may accrue thereon 
up to the day of sale, together with all costs and 
charges occasioned by such delinquency. 

HENRY S. TIMON, 

Secretary. 

Stanley , B.C., July 26th, 1894. au9 

Province of British Columbia, } 

County of Yale. ( 

W E, Benjamin Vance and George Nurse, of 
Agassiz, in the Province of British Columbia, 
butchers, hereby certify : — 

1. That we have carried on, and intend to carry on, 
trade and business as butchers, at Agassiz, B. C. 

2. That the said partne rship has subsisted since the 
20th day of May, 1894. 

3. And that we arc, and have been since the said 
day, the only members of the said partnership. 

Witness our hands at Agassiz, B.C. , this 4th day of 
August, 1894. 

BENJAMIN VANCE. 
GEORGE NURSE. 

J. McRae, ./, P. au9 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH 
COLUMBIA. 


Final Notice to Claimants. 


in the Matter of the Estate of the late Michael Tta vey, 
and in the Matter of the “ Inheritance Act.” 


4 4 ARY DAVEY and James Davey, or their heirs, 
IV I relatives of the late Michael Davey, are hereby 
called upon to file with the Registrar of the Supreme 
Court, at New Westminster, any claim they may have 
upon the estate of the late Michael Davey, properly 
verified, within six months from the 3rd day of April, 
1894. If such verified claim is not filed within such 
six months the fund in Court will be distributed with 
reference only to the claim now before the Court. 

Dated 20th March, A.D. 1894. 

E. A. JENNS, 

ap5 40 Lome Street, New Westminster. 

In the Shatter of“ An Act respecting the Incorporation 
of the Jtranette Saw-mill Company, limited 
Liability,” and in the Shatter of the “Companies’ 
Act, 1890,” and amending Acts. 

WE, JOHN WILSON, of the City of New West- 
VY minster, in the Province of British Columbia, 
lumberman, and Howard L. DeBeck, of the same 
place, lumberman, severally make oath and say as 
follows : — 

(1.) We have each carefully read over the certificate 
of proceedings at a meeting of the shareholders now 
exhibited and marked “A;” and each and every of 
the several things, matters and statements therein set 
forth, made and contained are correct and true. 

And I, the said John Wilson, for myself, say as 
follows : — 

(1.) That I was present at the said meeting before 
referred to, and I acted as Chairman of such meeting. 

And I, the said Howard L. DeBeck, for myself, say 
as follows : — 

(1.) That I was present at the said meeting and 
acted as Secretary thereof. 

JOHN WILSON, 

Chairman. 

H. L. DeBECK, 

Secretai'y. 

Sworn by the said John Wilson and Howard L. 
DeBeck, severally, before me, in the City of New 
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, 
this 9th day of June, A.D. 1894. 

[l.s.] F. W. HOWAY, 

Notary Public, B. C. 

I hereby certify that John Wilson, Howard L. 
DeBeck and J. B. Montgomery, personally known to 
me, appeared before me and acknowledged to me that 
they are the persons mentioned in the annexed instru- 
ment as the makers thereof, and whose names are 
subscribed thereto as parties, that they know the 
contents thereof, and that they executed the same 
voluntarily. 

In testimony whereof I have hereto set my hand 
and seal of office, at New Westminster, B.C., this 9th 
day of June, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and ninety-four. 

[l.s.] F. W. HOWAY, 

Notary Public, B. C. 


A.” 


This is the paper writing marked “A,” and referred 
to in the affidavit of John Wilson and H. L. DeBeck, 
sworn before me this 9th day of June, 1894. 

F. W. Howay, 

Notary Public. 

We, the undersigned Trustees of the Brunette Haw- 
mill Company, Limited Liability, hereby certify as 
follows : — 

(1.) That a special general meeting of the above- 
mentioned, The Brunette Saw-mill Company, Limited 
Liability, was held at their office, in New Westminster, 
on the 7th day of June, 1894. 

(2.) The said meeting was called by a notice signed 
by a majority of the Trustees of the said Company, 
and published for four weeks in the “Columbian 
newspaper, being a newspaper published in the said 
City of New Westminster. 

(3.) That hereunto annexed, marked “B, ’ is a true 
copy of said notice given as aforesaid. 


rVuciUST 9tii, 1894. 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


741 


(4.) That at said meeting it was unanimously 
resolved by the stockholders present (being more than 
two-thirds of all the shares and stock) to increase the 
amount of the capital stock of the said Company 
from §200,000 to $300,000, as provided in special Act 
of Incorporation, 1894. 

(5.) That the amount of capital actually paid in is 
$193,200, and the whole amount of debts and liabilities 
of the said Company is $98,475.07, as shown in our 
audited balance sheet of 1st January, 1894. 

Dated and signed, in duplicate, by the Secretary 
and Chairman of the said meeting and a majority of 
the Trustees of the said Company, in the City of New 
Westminster this 9th day of June, A.D. 1894. 

[L.S.] /JOHN WILSON, 

Signed in the presence I Chairman. 

of - H. L. DeBECK, 

F. W. Howay. I Secretary. 

\,J. B. MONTGOMERY. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

maple ridge dyking commission. 


Notice. 

A MEETING of the proprietors of lands included 
in the Maple Ridge Drainage and Dyking 
Scheme will be held at the office of the Commissioners 
in Masonic Block, New Westminster, on Saturday, 
the 1st day of September next, at the hour of 12 noon, 
for the purpose of appointing two additional Commis- 
sioners, as provided by section 4 of the “ Drainage, 
Dyking and Irrigation Act, 1894.” 

Dated this 6th day of August, 1894. 

W. J/HARRIS, 1 

WM. M ANSON, > Commissioners. 

W. NORMAN BOLE, ) 

J. P. McLeod, Clerk. au9 


“ B.” 

This is the notice marked “B,” referred to in the 
annexed certificate of proceedings at a meeting of the 
shareholders. 

F. W. HOWAY, 

Notary Public, B. C. 

“ Notice. 

“A meeting of the stockholders of the Brunette 
Saw-mill Company, Limited Liability, will be held on 
the 7th June, 1894, at 10 a.m., in the office of the 
Company, at New Westminster, B. C., for the pur- 
pose of increasing the capital stock of the Company to 
$300,000, as provided in special Act of Incorporation, 
1894. 

“JOHN WILSON, ) 

“H. L. DeBECK, > Trustees . 

“J. B. MONTGOMERY, ) 

“New Westminster, 7th May, 1894.” 

Published in the Columbian newspaper. 

Filed (in duplicate) the 21st day of June, 1894. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

j y 1 2 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH 
COLUMBIA. 


Ix the Matter of the Winding-up Act, and amend- 
ing Acts, and in the Matter of the British 
Columbia Wood W orks Co. , Limited Liability. 


Tuesday, the 26th day of June, A.D. 1894. 


U PON THE HUMBLE PETITION of William 
F. Calvert, of the City of Vancouver, upon 
reading the said petition and the affidavit in support 
thereof, and upon hearing what -was alleged by Mr. 
Williams, of Counsel for said petitioner, and by Mr. 
Harris, of Counsel for the above-named Company : 


It is ordered that the above-named, The British 
Columbia Wood Works Company, Limited Liability, 
be wound up by this Court under the provisions of 
the Winding-up Act, and amending Acts. 

It is further ordered that John W. Weart, of the 
City of Vancouver, Accountant, be and he is hereby 
appointed Provisional Liquidator of the said Com- 
pany until further order. 

It is further ordered that the said Provisional 
Liquidator provide security for the faithful discharge 
of his duties in the sum of one thousand dollars — such 
security to be approved of by the Registrar of this 
Court, at Vancouver. 

And it is further ordered that the costs of and 
incidental to this application, petition and order be 
paid out of the estate of the said Company forthwith 
after the taxation thereof. 

M. W. TYRWIIITT DRAKE, J. 

Vancouver Registry, June 27th, 1894. 


Entered 27th June, 1894. 

W. J. T. 


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]\T OTICE is hereby given that after the expiration 
-LI of 30 days I shall apply to the Assistant Com- 
missioner for Nicola Division of Yale District for 
permission to lease 30 acres of mountain meadow 
land, situated on the east branch of the Murray Creek, 
East Nicola, about five miles north from the forks of 
said creek. 

Dated Nicola, June 20th, 1894. 
jy5 J. D. LAUDER. 


N OTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and W orks 
for permission to lease 160 acres of land, situated 
about three miles north-east of W. M. Strous’ pre- 
emption on Risky Creek, Chilcotin, formerly known 
as Gerald Dester’s pre-emption : — Commencing at a 
post marked “ F. B’s. N. E. Corner” thence west 40 
chains; thence south 40 chains; thence cast 40 chains; 
thence north 40 chains to point of commencement. 

F. M. BECHER. 

Chilcotin, B.C., July 13th, 1894. jyl9 


BURNABY BY-LAWS. 


A BY-LAW 

For levying rates on all lands upon the Assessment 
Itoll of the District of Jiurnahy for the year lSt)4. 

B E IT ENACTED by the Reeve and Council of 
the Corporation of the District of Burnaby, in 
Council assembled, as follows : — 

1. On all “improved lands” real property, railways 
and tramways upon the Assessment Roll for the year 
1894 are hereby levied : — 

(1.) A tax of two (2) and two-fifths mills on the 
dollar as a special rate for payment of interest and 
providing a sinking fund in terms of the “Burnaby 
Loan By-law, 1893,” and the “Burnaby $10,000 Loan 
By-law, 1894;” and 

(2.) A tax at the rate of four and four-fifths mills 
on the dollar towards the necessary expenses of the 
Municipality. 

2. On all “wild lands” upon the said Assessment 
Roll are hereby levied : — 

(1.) A tax of two and two-fifths mills on the dollar 
as a special rate for payment of interest and providing 
a sinking fund, in terms of the aforesaid by-laws ; and 
(2.) A wild land tax of six mills on the dollar 
towards the necessary expenses of the Municipality. 

3. The said taxes shall be due and payable to the 
Collector of the District, at his office, on the 1st day 
of July, 1894. 

4. On all taxes levied under sub-section 2 of section 
1, and under sub-section 2 of section 2 of this by-law, 
that are paid on or before the 15th day of September, 
1894, the Collector shall allow a rebate of one-sixth 
thereof. 

5. This by-law may be cited for all purposes as the 
‘Burnaby Revenue By-law, 1894.” 

Passed by the Council on the 16th day of June, 1894. 
Reconsidered and finally passed by the Council on 
the 23rd day of June, 1S94. 

r , D , NICOLAI C. SCHOU, 

LL,S - J Reeve. 

Alfred Smitiier, C.M.C. 


NOTICE. 


The above is a true copy of a by-law passed by the 
Municipal Council of the Corporation of Burnaby on 
the 23rd day of June, A.D. 1894, and all persons are 
hereby required to take notice that anyone desirous 
of applying to have such by-law, or any part thereof, 
quashed, must make his application for that purpose 
to the Supreme Court within one month next after the 
publication of this by-law in the British Columbia 
Gazette, or he will be too late to be heard in that be- 
half. 


au2 


ALFRED SMITHER, 

C. M. C. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894 


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14 

S. 5 

S. 7 

45 

25 

4 

9 


S. 7 . . 

9 

10 


A 9 


S. 7 . . 

8. 7 . . 

1 and 32 

18 

9 


C. 36 

S. 7 . . 

9 

E and F 

0 

10.... 

19.... 


9 


3 


S. 9 

8'. 

13 



Name. 


Adams, D. H., and Lawrence Lewis 

" M 

" n 

" n 


II 


II 


II 

II 


Alexander, R 
Amueax, J. S 


II 

II 

II 

II 

II 


II . . . . 

Andrew, Helen Iv 


II 

II 

Armstrong, Elizabeth 

II ...... . 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II . . . . , 

II 

II 

II 

Armstrong, R. W 

II 

II 

II .... 

It 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 

Armstrong, Eckstein & Gaynor 

II II II 

Austin, J. J., McAllister, J., & Brynes, Geo 
Bain, Hir.ian H 

II 

Baylis, Joseph 

Benson, J 

II 

Betliune, Kate 

Bishop of New Westminster 

Blanket, J. St. Clair 

Bonson, H. W ... 

n 


Brown, B. B 

Brown, Christopher 

Burns, P 

Burns, W. H 

Caldwell, John L 

u . . . 

II . . . • 

II . . . . 

II . . . . 

II . . . . 

II . . . . 

Campbell, J. J 

Carter, T. W 

ii 

n 

i» 

ii 

ii * 


ii 

ii 

ii 

ii 

ii 

i» 

ir 

C’Hay, Capt . 
Cole, Leslie J 
Cook, W. M . 


II 

Cornish, Sarah J 

Cotton, Annie 

Courtenay & Patterson 
n ii 

II II 

II II 

Crnndell, Oscar A 

Cunningham, Alex 

Cunningham, T. M . . . . 


Amocxt 
of Ar- 
rears. 

I 

Costs. 

Total 

$2 

52 

SI 

15 

S3 

67 

2 

52 

1 

15 

3 

67 

2 

52 

1 

15 

3 

67 

2 

88 

1 

15 

4 

03 

2 

88 

1 

15 

4 

03 

2 

88 

1 

15 

4 

03 

o 

88 

1 

15 

4 

03 

2 

88 

1 

15 

4 

03 

4 

51 

1 

15 

5 

66 

5 

40 

l 

15 

6 

65 

22 

80 

1 

15 

23 95 

7 

20 

1 

15 

8 


7 

20 

1 

15 

8 

35 

i 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

i 

90 

1 

15 

3 

05 

i 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

i 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

1 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

3 

77 

1 

15 

4 

9-2 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

77 

l 

15 

4 

92 

3 

77 

1 

15 

4 

92 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

05 

1 

15 

4 

20 

3 

77 

1 

15 

4 

92 

95 

00 

1 

15 

96 

15 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

2 

09 

1 

15 

3 

24 

i 

71 

1 

15 

2 

86 

i 

71 

1 

15 

2 

86 

i 

71 

1 

15 

2 

86 

1 

71 

1 

15 

o 

S6 

1 

71 

1 

15 

2 

86 

n 

it 

09 

1 

15 

3 

24 

1 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

l 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

l 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

l 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

l 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

i 

90 

1 

15 

3 

05 

3 

42 

1 

15 

4 

57 

2 

85 

1 

15 

4 

00 

199 

50 

1 

15 

200 65 

S 

55 

1 

15 

9 

70 

11 

40 

1 

15 

12 

55 

10 

45 

1 

15 

11 

60 

2 

70 

1 

15 

3 

S5 

2 

71 

1 

15 

3 

86 

i 

90 

1 

15 

3 

05 

7 

60 

1 

15 

8 

75 

17 

10 

1 

15 

18 

25 

2 

SS 

1 

15 

4 

03 

36 58 

1 

15 

37 

73 

2S 

50 

1 

15 

29 

65 

1 

43 

1 

15 

2 

58 

4 

61 

1 

15 

5 

66 

27 

55 

1 

15 

28 

70 

10 

23 

1 

15 

H 

38 

153 

30 

1 

15 

154 

45 

24 

70 

1 

15 

25 

85 

l 

60 

1 

15 

8 

75 

3 

SO 

1 

15 

4 

95 

4 

75 

1 

15 

5 

90 

3 

SO 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

8 

55 

1 

15 

9 

70 

IS 

05 

1 

15 

19 

20 

8 

08 

1 

15 

9 

23 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

o 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

2 

3S 

1 

15 

3 

53 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

1 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

4 

32 

1 

15 

5 

47 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

123 

50 

1 

15 

124 

65 

15 

20 

1 

15 

16 

35 

12 

35 

1 

15 

13 

50 

12 

35 

1 

15 

13 

50 

5 

93 

1 

15 

7 

13 

9 

50 

1 

15 

10 

65 

15 

40 

1 

15 

16 

55 

20 

25 

1 

15 

27 

40 

27 

20 

1 

15 

23 

35 

20 

95 

1 

15 

28 

10 

17 

10 

1 

15 

18 

25 

1 

52 

1 

15 

2 

67 

I 

no 

1 

15 

3 

05 

2 

28 

1 

15 

3 

43 

2 

38 

1 

15 

3 

53 

25 

65 

1 

15 

26 

80 

39 

90 

1 

15 

41 

05 

4 

75 

1 

15 

5 

90 




August 9th, 1894.] 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA 


GAZETTE. 


743 


lilock. 


S. 4 . . 
S. 12 . 
S. 12 . 


S. 7 . 
S. 11 . 
S. 10 . 
S. 14 . 
S. 10 . 
S. 7 .. 
S. 14 . 
S. 14 . 
S. 7 . 


S. 9 . 
S. 9 . 
S. 9 . 


C. 33 . 
S. 10 . 

. 36. 


S. 10 . 
S. 5 .. 
S. 5 .. 
S. 5 .. 
S. 7 .. 


S. 12 

S. 6 .. 
S. 4 .. 
S. 2 .. 
S. 1 .. 


S. 7 . 


S. 7 .. 
S. 11 . 

S. 7 .. 

H .... 

•Gp. 1. 


S. 


Property. 


Lot. 


3 3 

19 

20 

21 

24 

25 

15 

45 

W. 4 16 . 
15, &e . . . 
1 and 32. 


6 

8, &c 

9 

6, 7, 8, 9, 13,114 
13 


4 and 29. 


1 and 32. 


4 12 . 

4 13. 
115. . 


Sul). 


126. 

127. 

128. 

3.. . 

30.. 

49.. 
22. 
28 .'. 

31. . 
35. 

37.. 

42.. 

43.. 

50.. 
51. . 

37.. 
58 . 

70.. 


18. 
48. 
1 . . 
10 . 
32. 
10 . 
10 . 
11 . 
2 . . 
a:: 

9. . 
10 . 

15. 

16. 


7. .. 
8 ... 
C .. 
14. . 
130. 


15. 16 ) 

17, 27, 28 ... f 



lie- 

Sub. 


6 . . 

7.. 

8 .. 
9.. 
10 . 
11 . 
12. 
13. 
15. 
16 

17. 

18. 

19. 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 
27. 
13. 
14 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 
19 

20 . 

24. 

25. 
26 


17. 

18. 

19. 

20 . 
21. 
8 .. 
9.. 
10 . 
11 . 
12. 
13. 


Currie, John 


Currie, Win . 


Dalziel, E. A . 


Dickinson Estate . 


Doyle, Michael M 

Drummond, A. J 

Drysdale, Daniel 

Dunn, C. C 

Eastman, H. A 

Eastman, Mrs. H. A . . 
Eckstein, HarriettaF. 


Edmonds, H. V 

It 

Edmonds & Webster 

Elliott, Henry 

M 

Felix, John, Baptiste Est 


French, W. J 

Gamble, Adelaide M 


Gaudin, Andrew. 
Gibson, William . 
Gilley, Herbert. . 

Gilley, Susan 

Glover, F. R . . . . 


Gorrum, George . . 
Gowan, Thomas . . 
Graham, William. 
Grant, D. B 


Grant, Mary Ann . 


Grant, William R . 


Gray, T. W., Scoullar, E. S., and Turnbull, Wm. 


Amoum 

of 

Arrears 

Costs. 

Total. 

8 1 43 

81 15 

8 2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 16 

2 58 

2 55 

1 15 

3 70 

1 90 

1 16 

3 05 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

2 09 

1 15 

3 24 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

241 00 

1 15 

242 75 

180 00 

1 15 

181 15 

25 68 

1 15 

26 83 

1 52 

1 15 

2 07 

2 97 

1 15 

4 12 

17 10 

1 15 

18 25 

2 88 

1 15 

4 03 

3 56 

1 15 

4 71 

17 10 

1 15 

18 25 

17 10 

1 15 

18 25 

11 40 

1 15 

12 55 

11 40 

1 15 

12 55 

9 50 

l 15 

10 65 

9 50 

1 15 

10 65 

1 08 

1 15 

2 23 

1 08 

1 15 

2 23 

38 95 

1 15 

40 10 

21 25 

1 15 

22 40 

21 25 

1 15 

22 40 

38 00 

1 15 

39 15 

24 70 

1 15 

25 85 

24 70 

1 15 

25 85 

24 70 

1 15 

25 85 

32 30 

1 15 

33 45 

26 00 

1 15 

27 75 

7 00 

1 15 

8 75 

15 40 

1 15 

16 55 

35 15 

1 15 

36 30 

56 05 

1 15 

57 20 

28 90 

1 15 

30 05 

34 30 

1 15 

35 45 

30 70 

1 15 

31 85 

2 85 

1 15 

3 00 

36 95 

1 15 

38 10 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

23 60 

1 15 

24 75 

22 65 

1 15 

23 80 

22 65 

1 15 

23 80 

21 SO 

1 15 

22 95 

26 35 

1 15 

27 50 

26 35 

1 15 

27 50 

44 65 

1 15 

45 70 

14 40 

1 15 

15 55 

14 40 

1 15 

15 55 

19 00 

1 15 

20 15 

27 55 

1 15 

28 70 

22 23 

1 15 

23 38 

18 10 

1 15 

19 25 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

6 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

10 23 

1 15 

11 38 

5 13 

1 15 

6 28 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 13 

1 15 

6 28 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

1 90 

1 15 

2 05 

3 SO 

1 15 

4 95 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

285 00 

1 15 

286 15 

7 60 

1 15 

8 75 

7 60 

1 15 

S 75 

7 60 

1 15 | 

8 75 

7 60 

1 15 

S 75 

7 60 

1 15 

8 75 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

3 SO 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

18 05 

1 15 

19 20 

18 05 

1 15 

19 20 




744 THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894. 


Property. 


C. 11. 
4 . . 


S. 5 
S. 7 . 


S. 9 .. 
S. 10 . 

S. 11 . 


C. 13. 
C. 32 . 
S. 4 . . 


S. 7 .. 
C. 32 . 
S. 4 .. 


S. 12 


4 and 5. 


N.E. J 4.. 

26 

14 and 15. 


S. 12 . 


10 and 23 . 

27 

9 


2 . . 

3. . 

1 . 

2 . . 

3. 

14. 

15. 

16. 


25. 

26. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

30. 
32. 

41. 

42. 
43 

44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

48. 

49. 

50. 

51. 

52. 

53. 

54. 

57. 

58. 

59. 

60. 
61. 
02 . 
63 
64. 
7. . 


94.. 
138. 

4. . . 

9.. . 
12 . 

13. . 

18.. 

24.. 

26.. 

29. . 

36.. 



Block 

S. 2 

Lot. 

1 

Sub. 

6 

Re- 

Sub. 


S. 3 

N. E. 1 16 




S. 4 

15 

1 



9 

9 



3 



4 



5 



6 ... 



10 



11 



12 



13 



23 



91 





114 



S. 10 

2 and 3 

1 





2. 





3 



S. 6 

1 and 2 

10 


Greig-, W. R 

S. 14 

3 

87 



S. 2 

6, 7, 8, 9, 13, ) 





and 14 ... > 

9 

20 


S. 1 

13 j 




s. 10 

13 

8 



S. 14 

3 

9 





3 





18 





19 










59 





60 





62 



C 21 






13 





14 










16 




s n 

s 

17. . . 



f! 35 . 

i 7 




S 0 

Bal. 13 

13 



S 3 

S E. 4 12 




n 93 

9 




S X 

18 

A. & B 

19 




C & D 





E & F 

9 




G. & H 





i. & j 

14 

It tt 


Jenns, Eustace A. (in trust), Jaques Estate. 


Jenns, Eustace A . 


.Jenns, Madeline F. 
Johnston, John R . 


Amount 

of 

Arrears. 

Costs. 

Total. 

847 55 

$1 

15 

8 48 70 

47 50 

1 

15 

48 65 

1 14 

1 

15 

2 29 

1 14 

1 

15 

2 29 

1 14 

1 

15 

2 29 

1 14 

1 

15 

2 29 

1 14 

1 

15 

2 29 

1 14 

1 

15 

2 29 

1 14 

1 

15 

2 29 

1 33 

1 

15 

2 48 

4 75 

1 

15 

5 90 

3 80 

1 

10 

4 95 

37 70 

1 

15 

38 85 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

17 10 

1 

15 

IS 25 

11 40 

1 

15 

12 55 

46 40 

1 

15 

42 55 

40 85 

1 

15 

42 00 

2 38 

1 

15 

3 53 

3 80 

1 

15 

4 95 

8 55 

1 

15 

9 70 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

1 52 

1 

15 

2 67 

4 60 

1 

15 

5 75 

4 60 

1 

15 

5 75 

4 96 

1 

15 

6 11 

32 30 

1 

15 

33 45 

56 05 

1 

15 

57 20 

52 25 

1 

15 

53 40 

50 35 

1 

15 

51 50 

53 20 

1 

15 

54 35 

15 35 

1 

15 

16 50 

52 25 

1 

15 

53 40 

6 65 

1 

15 

7 80 

47 50 

1 

15 

48 65 

55 10 

1 

15 

56 25 

1 33 

1 

15 

2 48 

1 90 

1 

15 

3 05 

1 52 

1 

15 

2 67 

1 90 

1 

15 

3 05 

2 38 

1 

15 

3 53 

102 60 

1 

15 

103 75 

99 75 

1 

16 

100 90 

27 08 

1 

15 

28 23 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 

15 

2 58 

74 10 

1 

15 

75 25 

10 45 

1 

15 

11 60 

S S5 

1 

15 

10 00 

8 85 

1 

15 

10 00 

19 00 

1 

15 

20 15 

S 55 

1 

15 

9 70 

13 30 

1 

15 

14 45 

11 40 

1 

15 

12 55 

11 40 

1 

15 

12 55 

6 33 

1 

15 

7 48 

6 33 

1 

15 

7 48 

6 33 

1 

15 

7 4S 

6 65 

1 

15 

7 SO 

7 60 

1 

15 

8 75 

7 60 

1 

16 

8 75 

102 35 

1 

15 

103 50 

82 20 

1 

15 

83 35 

4 51 

1 

15 

5 66 

4 51 

1 

15 

5 66 

3 00 

1 

15 

4 75 

3 00 

1 

15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 

15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 

15 

4 75 

4 61 

1 

15 

5 66 

3 60 

1 

15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 

15 

4 75 

2 88 

1 

15 

4 03 

2 8S 

1 

15 

4 03 

2 88 

1 

15 

4 03 

2 SS 

1 

15 

4 03 

2 S8 

1 

15 

4 03 

3 60 

1 

15 

4 75 

2 88 

1 

15 

4 03 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

3 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 88 

1 

15 

4 03 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 52 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 62 

1 

15 

3 67 

2 88 

1 

15 

4 03 

30 80 

1 

15 

31 95 

100 35 

1 

15 

101 50 

2 71 

1 

15 

3 80 

2 71 

l 

15 

3 86 

5 40 

1 

15 

6 55 

6 31 

l 

15 

7 46 

4 51 

1 

15 

5 60 

4 51 

1 

15 

5 66 

5 40 

1 

15 

6 55 

4 51 

1 

If 

5 66 

4 61 

1 

If 

5 66 

3 60 

1 

10 

4 75 

4 51 

1 

If 

5 00- 


August 9tii, 1894.] THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


7 4 5 


Property. 


Namk. 


Block. 

Lot. 

Sub. 

38 

Re- 

Sul). 

JohiiBton, John II 








45 





48 





53 





54 





56 





(50 





63 





(50 





71 




ns 

9t) 


Keary, W. H 



30 




3. . . 



Kelly, John (Estate) 

S. 7 

4 and 29 

16 


Kemp, Charlotte 


17 



S 4 

9 

90 . . 


Kendall & McCorrall 

S. 4 

13 . 

A . . 

10. 

Kent, H 



B 

24 




C 

44 





46 ... 

n 

S. 14 . 

3. . . 

14. . . 


Kershaw, Raymond 



15 . . 



S. 4 . . 

6. . . 

4 

5. . . 

Kibble, James 

S. 13 . . 

10. . . 

1. . 


King, Horace R 



2. . . 



S 10 


30. . . 


King 1 , Maria 

S. 9 

11 . . 

1 

1 

King, Michael 




9 





3 





4 





5 





(5 


S. 3 

23 

9 


King, Sarah 

19 . 



S. 5 . . 

9 

5 


Lambly, T. McKay 

S. 4 . . 

18 


13 

Lawrence, Louis 

S. 6 . . 

25. . . 



Loney, John 

S 13 

10. . . 

17. . . 


McCallum, James 

Group 1 . . . 

115. . . 

1. . 

21 

McColl, Angus 



22.... 

n 



2 

3 

ii 



5. . 

6 

ii 




7 




9 

9 


s. 13 


44 



S. 3 

13 

22 


McColl, J. W 



23 





24 





25 





26 





27 





28 



S. 14 


34 


McDonald, Susan 

S. 2 

12 

3 

8. . 

McDougall, Mary Ann 


751 

1 


McGillivray, D 


751 

6 

2. . . 

McGillivra} 7 , D. , & Co 

S. 4 /. 

o 

17 


McIntosh, A. W 

S. 4 

9 

37 


McKenzie, F. and L 

S. 10 


17 


McKinlay, W. S 



18 





19 





20 



S. 2 

6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14 

u 

Yo 

15..., 

McLean, Dan 

S. 1 

S. 4 

9 

) 

25 


McMillan, Mrs. John 



26 



S. 4 

18 

A and B 

2. 

McMurchie, A 




3 


S. 5 

19, 20, and 21. 

9 


McPhee, Alex 

Group 1 

115 

3 

4. ... 

McIntosh, S. F. (Estate) 

S. 14 

3 

33 



S. 14 

3 

39 





40 



S. 4 

16 

1 


Mason, Ada J. B 




7 





8 





9 





10.... 

II 

S. 13 

14 






10 



S. 13 

16 

18 


Menxies, Albert II 

Group 1 

115 

3 

5 

Merryfield 

S. 6 

45 

1 





9 





3 





4 





6 





7 





8 





11 



S. 12 

8 

15 



S. 14 

10 

41 





42 



S. 4 

N. HI 

19 





22 



S. 9 

4 



Miller, Geo. A 

■ S. 12 

8 

10 





19 


Miller, Jessie 



16 


Miller, Martha S 

S. 14 

3 

27 



S. 6 

20, 21, 22 

W. 4 28 



C. 28 

W. 1 1 & W. 4 2 




S. 4 

6 


11. 





12.... 


S. 10 

17 




,S. 14 

10 

1 




9 





3 





4 





5 





6 





7 





8 


h 


Amount 

of 

Arrears. 


$ 3 

60 

3 

60 

8 

96 

2 

71 

2 

71 

3 

24 

2 

71 

2 

71 

3 

24 

2 

71 

2 

71 

8 

63 

8 

53 

81 

50 

11 

40 

11 

40 

2 

71 

2 

38 

2 

38 

2 

38 

2 

38 

1 

43 

1 

43 

5 

40 

6 

65 

6 

70 

8 

08 

10 

80 

10 

80 

10 

80 

10 

80 

10 

80 

10 

80 

3 

80 

2 

38 

39 

60 

2 

88 

8 

17 

10 

80 

11 

97 

11 

97 

5 

13 

6 

84 

6 

84 

4 

28 

11 

51 

11 

13 

11 

12 

11 

13 

11 

12 

14 

73 

14 

72 

16 

53 

1 

52 

13 

85 

258 

40 

14 

25 

6 

35 

1 

43 

13 

30 

15 

20 

14 

25 

12 

35 

4 

75 

2 

71 

2 

71 

1 

33 

1 

33 

23 

75 

4 

28 

4 

07 

2 

88 

2 

88 

1 

52 

1 

62 

1 

52 

1 

50 

1 

52 

8 

55 

8 

55 

1 

16 

4 

28 

15 

20 

13 

30 

13 

30 

13 

30 

13 

30 

13 

30 

7 

60 

7 

60 

2 

38 

8 

28 

8 

64 

3 

80 

3 

SO 

5 

70 

2 

85 

2 

85 

2 

38 

1 

43 

9 

03 

57 

00 

4 

98 

2 

85 

17 

10 

9 

00 

9 

00 

8 

64 

8 

28 

8 

11 

7 

92 

7 

74 

7 

56 


Costs. 

81 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

I 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

16 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

] 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

I 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15: 

1 

15! 

I 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15! 

1 

l 

15 i 

15 ! 

1 

151 

l 

15 

1 

151 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

I 

15 

l 

15 

l 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

l 

15 

1 

15 

1. 

15 

1 

15 

l 

15 

1 

15 

l 

15 

l 

15 

1 

15 

l 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

l 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 

1 

15 


Total. 


$ 4 75 

4 75 

5 11 

s so 

3 86 

4 39 
3 80 

3 86 

4 39 
3 86 
3 86 
9 68 
9 68 

82 65 
12 55 

12 55 
3 86 
3 53 
3 53 
3 53 

3 53 
2 58 

2 58 

6 55 

7 80 

6 85 
9 23 

11 95 
11 95 
11 95 
' 11 95 
11 95 
II 95 

4 95 

3 53 
40 75 

4 03 
9 32 

11 95 

13 12 

13 12 
6 28 

7 99 
7 99 

5 43 

12 66 
12 28 
12 27 
12 28 

12 27 
15 98 
15 87 

17 68 
2 67 

15 00 
259 55 

15 40 

7 50 

2 58 

14 45 

16 35 

15 40 

13 50 

5 90 

3 S6 

3 86 
2 48 
2 48 

24 90 
5 43 

5 22 

4 03 
4 03 
2 67 
2 67 
2 67 
2 65 
2 67 
9 70 
9 70 

2 31 

6 43 

16 35 

14 45 
14 45 
14 45 
14 45 
14 45 

8 75 

8 75 
4 53 

9 43 
9 79 
4 95 
4 95 
6 85 
4 00 
4 00 

3 53 
2 58 

10 18 
58 15 
6 13 

4 00 

18 25 
10 15 
10 15 

9 79 
9 43 
9 26 
9 07 
8 89 

5 71 


03 ® 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. August 9th, 1894.] 


Property. 


Block. 
S. 14 .... 


S. 13 . 


S. 10 . 
S. 3 .. 
S. 8.. 
S. 4 .. 


S. 14 . 
S. 10 . 

S. 13 . 
H ... 
S. 10 . 


S. 12 
S. 9 . 

S. 9 .. 


S. 9 

S. 10 . . . . 

S. 9 

S. 11.... 
S. 14 . . . . 
Group 1 . 
S. 4 

S. 6 

S. 9 

S. 13 . . . . 
Group 1 . 
S. 7 

S. 4 


S. 5 , 
S. 5 . 
S. 6 
S. 0 . 

S. 6 



S. 0 . 
S. 9 . 
S. 12 . 


Lot. 

10 

Sub. 

9 

Re. 

Sub. 

Morton, John 


10 




11 




12 




13 




16 




17 




18 




19 




20 




21 




99. 




23 




24 




25 




26 




27 




28 




29 




30 




31 




32 




33 




34 




35 




36 




37 




38 




39 




44 




45 




50 




51 




59. 




53 




54 



8 and 11 

6 




7 




8 




30 




31 




32 



4 and 29 

27 


Mowat, M. M 

32 




33 




18 

2, &c 

14. . . . 






W. J 5 




18 


7 




19.... 




20.... 



E and F 

10. . . . 




11. ... 



G and H 

14 




15.... 

i* 



16.... 




4 




13.... 

h 

N. i 11 

s 



16 “ 

19 




20 



S and 11 

68 



38 




18 


9 




u... 

ir 



12.... 

n 



16.... 

II 

11 




14 

21 




22 



6 

6, &c 

3 



4 




5. . . 




17.... 

it 



18.... 

il 



19.... 

M 



20. . . . 




21 ... . 


14 

16 


Pittendrigh, A. E. (Estate), and Pittendrigh, H. S . . 

12 

20 


ii ii .... 

c. . . 


11.... 


6. . . 

$ of 17 . 


3 . 

9 



757 

6. 

3 . 


9 

1 




9 



45 . 

5 




10 . . 



4 

7 to 12 

9 



a 


15. . 

24 



757 

7 

E. j 1 


2, 3, 30 and 31 

10 


11 



2 





8. . . 




19. . . 



9 . . 




10 

5. . . 




21. 



33. . . 

1 . . . 




2 



33 

8 




9. . . 




10 . 




11 




12 



45. . . 

9. . . 

5 . 


4. . . 

6. . 



11 

1. . 




2. . 




3. . . 




49. . . 








Amount 

of 

Arrears. 

Costs. 

Total. 

$ 7 

38 

SI 

15 

S8 

53 

7 

20 

1 

15 

8 

35 

7 

03 

1 

15 

8 

18 

6 

84 

1 

A. 

15 

7 

99 

6 

66 

1 

15 

7 

81 

6 

12 

1 

15 

7 

27 

5 

95 

1 

15 

7 

10 

5 

76 

1 

15 

6 

90 

5 

59 

1 

15 

6 

74 

5 

40 

1 

15 

6 

55 

5 

40 

1 

15 

6 

55 

5 

40 

1 

15 

6 

55 

5 

40 

1 

15 

6 

55 

5 

40 

1 

15 

6 

55 

5 

40 

1 

15 

6 

55 

5 

40 

1 

15 

6 

55 

5 

76 

1 

15 

6 

91 

5 

95 

1 

15 

7 

10 

6 

12 

1 

15 

7 

27 

6 

31 

1 

15 

7 

46 

6 

4S 

1 

15 

7 

63 

6 

67 

1 

15 

7 

82 

6 

84 

1 

15 

7 

99 

7 

05 

1 

15 

S 

20 

7 

20 

1 

15 

8 

35 

7 

39 

1 

15 

S 

54 

7 

56 

1 

15 

8 

71 

7 

75 

1 

15 

8 

90 

J 

94 

1 

15 

9 

or 

9 

00 

1 

15 

10 

15. 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

SO 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

so 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

23 

1 

15 

4 

3S 

3 

23 

1 

15 

4 

3S 

3 

23 

1 

15 

4 

38 

26 

60 

1 

15 

27 

75 

59 

85 

1 

15 

61 

00 

25 

65 

1 

15 

26 

so. 

6 

70 

1 

15 

6 

85. 

4S 

30 

1 

15 

49 

45 

58 

32 

1 

15 

59 

47 

3 

60 

1 

15 

4 

75 

3 

60 

1 

15 

4 

75 

2 

88 

1 

15 

4 

03 

2 

S8 

1 

15 

4 

03- 

2 

88 

1 

15 

4 

03 

3 

60 

1 

15 

4 

75 

3 

60 

1 

15 

4 

75 

3 

60 

1 

15 

4 

75. 

4 

32 

1 

15 

5 

47 

4 

51 

1 

15 

6 

66 

5 

70 

1 

15 

6 

85 

11 

40 

1 

15 

12 

55 

17 

10 

1 

15 

18 

25 

43 

70 

1 

15 

44 

85 

23 

28 

1 

15 

24 

43 

5 

70 

1 

15 

6 

85 

5 

70 

1 

15 

6 

S5 

5 

70 

1 

15 

6 

85 

5 

70 

1 

15 

6 

85 

1 

90 

1 

15 

3 

.05 

11 

40 

1 

15 

12 

55 

9 

50 

1 

15 

10 

65 

11 

03 

1 

15 

12 

18- 

11 

03 

1 

15 

12 

18 

11 

03 

1 

15 

12 

18 

11 

9S 

1 

15 

13 

13 

11 

9S 

1 

15 

13 

13 

11 

98 

1 

15 

13 

13 

11 

98 

1 

16 

13 

13 

14 

20 

1 

15 

15 

35 

26 

92 

1 

15 

28 

07 

21 

45 

1 

15 

22 

60 

10 

60 

1 

15 

11 

75 

44 

60 

l 

15 

45 

75 

3 

56 

1 

15 

4 

71 

21 

05 

1 

15 

22 

20 

9 

10 

1 

15 

io 

25 

10 

05 

1 

15 

ii 

20 

13 

35 

1 

15 

14 

45 

7 

60 

1 

15 

8 

75 

9 

00 

1 

15 

10 

15 

9 

00 

1 

15 

10 

15 

17 

93 

1 

15 

19 

08 

8 

08 

1 

15 

9 

23 

15 

20 

1 

15 

16 

35 

12 

83 

1 

15 

13 

98 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

3 

80 

1 

15 

4 

95 

249 

85 

1 

15 

251 

00 

13 

30 

1 

15 

14 

45 

7 

60 

1 

15 

S 

75 

99 

80 

1 

15 

23 

95 

18 

05 

1 

15 

19 

20 

14 

25 

1 

15 

15 

40 

14 

25 

1 

15 

15 

40 

14 

25 

1 

15 

15 

40 

14 

25 

1 

15 

15 

40 

16 

15 

1 

15 

17 

30 

7 

60 

1 

15 

S 

75 

4 

55 

1 

15 

5 

90 

3 

33 

1 

15 

4 

48 

3 

04 

1 

15 

4 

19 

3 

04 

1 

15 

4 

19 

1 

90 

1 

15 

3 

05 

1 

90 

1 

15 

3 

05 


August 9tii, 1894.] THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


747 


Block. 
S. 12 


S. 14 . 
S. 14 


S. 2 . 
S. 1 . 


S. 12 . . . . 


A .... 
C. 29. 
S. 7 .. 
S. 14 . 
S. 4 .. 


S. 14 . 
S. 11 . 
S. 5 .. 
S. 4 . 
S. 4 .. 
S. 3 .. 
S. 2. 
S. 1 . 


S. 2 . 
S. 4 . 


Gp. 1. 

S. 14 . 
S. 3 .. 
S. 3 . 
S. 14 . 
S. 5 .. 
C. 24. 


Property. 


Lot. 


11 . 


10 

N. 4 11- 


Sub. 


6, 7, 8,9, 13, 14 
13 


10 . 

1 . . 


11 . 


11 . 


5. . 

0. . 

7. . 
14 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 
21 . 
22. 

23. 

24. 


W.J 13. . 

6 

4 and 29 . 

3 

9 


28.. 

29.. 

30. . 

31.. 
32. . 

33.. 

34.. 

35.. 

36. . 
40 . 

41. . 

44.. 

45.. 
46. . 

47.. 

48.. 

56.. 

57.. 

58.. 
59. 

60.. 
61. 
62.. 

63. 

64. 

65. 

66. 

78. 

79. 

80. 
81. 
82. 

83. 

84. 
94. 
95 
96. 


3 

8 

45 

6 ac. 3 . 

6 

15 

6, 7, 8,9, 
13 


13, 14 


lie- 

Sub. 


3 

4 

5 

24 .. . . 

25.. .. 

26.. .. 

1 

2 

3 

26.... 
27.... 
28 ... 

1 

o 


41 ft. of 23 and 

5 [lot 24 

24 

5 

5 


C and D . 


I and J . 


115. 


3 

1/10 21 

23 

3 

48 

7 


77. 


16 


22 . 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 
3. 
6 .. 
22 
23. 
2 . . 
12 ] 
26. 
27. 


Name. 


Hand, Arthur E . 


Rand, Emma A, 


Read, H. T 

Reformed Episcopal Church . 

Ritchie, Isabella 

Robinson, F. R 

Robinson, John 


Ross, Alexander. 
Ryan, Premiel . . 
Saite, Edwin 
Schou, Nicolai C 


Scott, Charles . 
Shaw, G. C 


Bdgs. 


Slack, James 

Smith, Elizabeth J . 


Smyth, Patrick. 


Smith, William John 

Spillsbury, F. A. (R. A. Nuttal) 

St. Ouge, Joseph 

Stephens, R. W 

Stewart, Charles, Est 

Stickney, S. E 


Amount 

of 

Arrears. 

Costs. 

Total. 

81 90 

81 15 

83 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 16 

3 06 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 1> 

2 58 

9 00 

1 15 

10 15 

4 75 

1 15 

5 90 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

7 60 

1 15 

8 75 

7 60 

1 15 

8 75 

7 60 

1 16 

8 75 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

7 60 

1 15 

8 75 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

7 60 

1 15 

8 75 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

5 76 

1 15 

6 91 

5 76 

1 15 

6 91 

5 7G 

1 15 

6 91 

2 00 

1 16 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 66 

1 15 

3 81 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 2S 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 28 

1 15 

3 43 

2 2S 

1 15 

3 43 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

I 15 

2 58 

36 10 

1 15 

37 25 

81 50 

1 15 

S2 65 

25 65 

1 15 

26 80 

5 13 

1 15 

6 28 

2 71 

1 15 

3 86 

2 71 

1 15 

3 86 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

4 07 

1 15 

5 22 

10 SO 

1 15 

11 95 

15 41 

1 15 

16 56 

4 28 

1 15 

5 43 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

10 12 

1 15 

11 27 

7 20 

1 15 

S 35 

7 20 

1 15 

8 35 

7 20 

1 15 

S 35 

7 20 

1 15 

8 35 

7 20 

1 15 

8 35 

7 60 

1 15 

8 75 

3 00 

1 15 

4 75 

2 S8 

1 15 

4 03 

2 88 

1 15 

4 03 

4 32 

1 If 

5 47 

4 51 

1 If 

5 66 

30 69 

1 If 

31 84 

34 10 

1 If 

35 25 

1 90 

1 If 

3 05 

30 70 

1 If 

31 85 

2 38 

1 If 

3 53 

1 90 

1 If 

3 05 

25 18 

1 If 

26 33 

■ 17 10 

1 1 

18 25 


c« > > yi 


748 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894 


s. io . 


H. .. 
S. 9 .. 
S. 14 . 


S. 14 . 
S. 6 .. 
S. 5 .. 
S. 13 . 
Gp. 1. 


S. 12 . 


S. 4 


13 . 


12 . 


Property. 


Block. 

S. 11 

Lot. 

6 

Sub. 

11 

Re- 

Sub. 

S. 7 

1 and 32 

2. . . 


S. 14 

5 



S. 5 

4/11 63 



S. 13 

8 and 11 

10. . . 


S. 13 

8 and 11 

20 . . . 


.13 

15 

16. 


S. 7 

S. 6 

12, &c 

17 


IS 


36 


25 

37 




S. 5 

61 and 62. .. 

1 


S. 7 

4 and 29 

25. . . 


S. 9 


26 




S. 4 

18 

G and H 

7. . . 


16. 


3.. . 

45 . . 

35.. 

16.. 
115. 


2 . 


11 

1 

8 and 9 . 
6 ac. 3 . . 


20 

E. 4 13 . 

15 

6 


8 

9 

S. ill- 


8 


27.. . 

81.. . 
82... 

83.. . 
84 .. 

85. . . 

86 .. . 

96.. . 
95 .. 

11 .. . 
12 ... 
Mill . 
4 25. 
2 .... 


62.. 

64. . 

67.. 

13.. 

14.. 

8 .. . 
11 . . 
20 . . 
1. . . 

4. . . 

8 .. . 



8 .. 
9. . 
10 . 
11 . 
12 . 

19. 

20. 
21 . 
22 . 

23. 

24. 


Stickney, S. W . . 
Strang, Helen M . 


Symington Douglas . 
Symington, Douglas , 


Tidy, Stephen G . 


Townsend, Eliza Ann . 


Trimmen, L. B. 


Bdg 


Turner, F. G . 


Vasey, Henry M. 
Vianen, IV. H . . . 


28... 

29.. . 

30.. . 

31.. . 
32 . .. 

33.. . 

34.. . 

35.. . 

36.. . 


Vincent 
Walker, 
Ward B 


F. W.. 
Arthur 
others . 


Ward, Jennie C 
Webb, S. H . . . . 


Wert, E. A 


Whites 


de, W. J . 


Williams, W. G. . 

M 

Wilkinson, M. L. 


Wise, Catherine F . 


s. 11 

8 

16 


Wise, C. W 

S. 12 

8 

G 

1 


S. 12 

6 

G 



S. 9 

8 

16 



S. 10 

15 

14 





15 



Gp. 1 

115 

8 

14. . . 

Woods, C. E 




15.... 

h 

S. 9 

14 

4 





25 



S. 3 

3 




S. 3 

J4 




C. 23 . . 





,S. 10 

5 

9 





10 



S. 12 . . 

8 

6 








8. 32 

16 



Woods, Maria, Estate 

S. 13 . . 

6 




S. 7 

11 and 22 

9 


Working, John 



10 



S. 4 . . 

18 


11. . 


S. 10 


18 



S. 13 


11 





12 





13 





14 





15 



8. 2 

W. .V 5 




,8. 3 

23 . 

29 





30 





31 





32 





33 


ii 


Amount 

of 

Arrears 

Costs 

Total- 

818 05 

81 1 

8 19 20 

45 48 

1 1 

46 63 

3 08 

1 1 

4 95 

44 18 

1 l 

45 33 

3 SO 

1 1. 

4 95 

3 80 

1 1. 

4 95 

11 85 

1 i; 

13 00 

9 50 

i i; 

10 66 

8 55 

1 1; 

9 65 

32 53 

1 IE 

33 68 

32 95 

1 If 

34 10 

15 01 

1 If 

16 16 

27 55 

1 If 

28 70 

26 35 

1 If 

27 50 

26 35 

1 If 

27 50 

19 00 

1 If 

20 15 

4 51 

1 If 

5 66 

3 60 

1 15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 15 4 75 

3 60 

1 15 

1 4 75 

2 60 

1 15 

| 4 75 

4 51 

1 15 

5 66 

3 60 

1 15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 15 

4 75 

3 60 

1 15 

4 75 

3 80 

1 15 

4 75 

11 40 

1 15 

12 55 

11 40 

1 15 

12 55 

19 00 

1 15 

20 15 

11 40 

1 15 

12 55 

o 70 

1 15 

6 85 

37 90 

1 15 

39 05 

9 50 

1 15 

10 65 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

2 38 

1 15 

3 53 

2 85 

1 15 

4 00 

2 85 

1 15 

4 00 

3 56 

1 15 

4 71 

12 35 

1 15 

13 50 

17 00 

1 15 

IS 15 

53 

1 15 

1 73 

5 70 

1 15 

6 S5 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 S5 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 70 

1 15 

6 85 

5 13 

1 15 

6 28 

3 90 

1 15 

5 05 

4 60 

1 15 

5 75 

2 71 

1 15 

3 86 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 SO 

1 15 

4 95 

5 76 

1 15 

6 91 

S 55 

1 15 

9 70 

14 25 

1 15 

15 40 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

3 80 

1 15 

4 95 

7 13 

1 15 

8 28 

36 10 

1 15 

37 25 

56 05 

1 15 

57 20 

1 52 

1 15 

2 67 

1 71 

1 15 

2 86 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 43 

1 15 

2 58 

1 52 

1 15 

2 67 

1 71 

1 15 

2 86 

1 71 

1 15 

2 86 

1 52 

1 15 

2 67 

1 52 

1 15 

2 67 

10 SO 

1 15 

11 95 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

9 00 

1 15 

10 15 

26 60 

1 15 

27 75 

10 45 

1 15 

11 60 

5 13 

1 15 

6 2S 

5 13 

1 15 

6 28 

11 40 

1 15 

12 55 

18 00 

1 15 

19 15 

9 50 

1 15 

10 65 

57 00 

1 15 

58 15 

44 65 

1 15 

45 80 

18 95 

1 15 

20 10 

18 95 

1 15 

20 10 

7 53 

1 15 

8 68 

7 53 

1 15 

8 68 

27 55 

1 15 

28 70 

210 90 

1 15 

212 05 

23 75 

1 15 

24 90 

24 70 

1 15 

25 85 

2 85 

1 15 

4 00 

9 50 

1 15 

10 65 

11 38 

1 15 

12 53 

11 38 

1 15 

12 53 

11 38 

1 15 

12 53 

11 33 

1 15 

12 53 

11 38 

1 15 

12 53 

92 35 

1 15 

93 50 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 

1 90 

1 15 

3 05 


AUGUST 9th 


1894.] THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


"49 


Property. 

Name. 

Amount 

of 

Arrears. 

Costs. 

Total. 

Block. 

S. 3 

Lot. 

23 

Sub. 

34 

ftli 

Re- 

Sub. 

Bethune, Kate 

$ 1 90 
1 90 
1 90 
1 90 
11 88 

$1 15 
1 15 
1 15 
1 15 
1 15 

S 3 05 
3 05 
3 05 
3 05 
13 03 

3(5 



37 


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.By virtue of a warrant, given in pursuance of the “New Westminster Act, 1888,” and amending Acts, 
under the hand of Henry Hoy, Esquire, the Mayor of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster, 
dated the ISth day of July, 1894, to me directed, I shall proceed to sell by public auction, in the Council 
Chamber, at the City Hall, in the said City, on the 27th day of August, A.D. 1894, at 11 o’clock in the 
forenoon, the above-mentioned lands, respectively, unless the arrears of taxes and costs are sooner paid. 

W. T. COOKSLEY, 

City Hall, New Westminster, July 19th, 1894- City Treasurer. 


VANCOUVER CITY BY-LAWS. 


BY-LAW No. 211. 

A. Hy-late to amend liy-laiv JVo. 131 lenown as the 
Public Health Jitj-late. 

W HEREAS it is deemed expedient for the purpose 
of better enforcing the regulations regarding 
Public Health that the said By-law No. 131 should be 
amended in manner hereinafter appearing : 

Be it therefore enacted by the Mayor and Aldermen 
of the City of Vancouver in open meeting assembled 
as follows : — 

1. That clause 40 of the said by-law be and the 
same is hereby amended in manner following, that is to 
say : — 

(a.) By inserting after the word “building,” in the 
seventh line thereof the words “premises, grounds, 
yards, vacant lots, cellars, private drains, sinks, cess- 
pools or privies.” 

(b . ) By inserting after the word “aforesaid” in the 
nineteenth (19th) line thereof, the words “to such 
place as he may direct or may order the owner or 
lessee of the said premises, grounds, yards, vacant 
lots, cellars, private drains, sinks, cess-pools, or privies 
to fill up, drain, clear, alter, relay or repair such 
buildings, premises, grounds, yards, vacant lot, cellar, 
private drain, sink, cess-pool or privy. And in default 
of their so filling up, draining, clearing, altering, 
relaying or repairing as aforesaid, after seven (7) days 
notice in writing so to do, they shall be deemed to 
have been guilty of an infraction of this by-law and 
liable to the penalties therefor, and it shall be lawful 
for the City to fill up, drain, clear, alter, relay or 
repair as aforesaid and charge the cost and expense 
thereof to the person or persons in default as aforesaid, 
and may recover the same with costs by action and 
distress, and in ease of non-payment the same may be 
charged against the lands of the owner or lessee, and 
may be recovered in like manner as municipal taxes.” 
2. Clause 89 of the said By-law is hereby amended 
by inserting after the word “by-law,” in the third 
line thereof, the words and figures following, that is 
to say, “ not being within 150 feet of any public sewer 
or any branch main.” 

3. Clause ninety of the said by-law is hereby amen- 
ded by inserting before the word “no” in the first line 
of the said clause, the words and figures following, 
that is to say : — 

“No privy or privies, not being a water-closet and 
connected as hereinafter provided, shall be kept, main- 
tained or erected within 150 feet of any public sewer 
or branch main, and” 

4. The said by-law is hereby further amended by 
inserting after clause 90 the following clause to be 
known as ninety A: — “(90a.) The owner, or agent for 
owner, of any premises on which any privy, water- 
closet, vault or receptacle for waste-water and slops 
may be situated, the existence, state or condition of 
which shall be in violation of the provisions of this 
by-law, shall remove, cleanse, alter or repair the same 
within twenty-four (24) hours after notice in writing 
to that effect has been personally served or sent by 
registered letter to the address of the owner or agents 
by the Board of Health or Health Inspector, and in 
case such privy, water-closet, vault or receptacle for 
waste water and slops has not been removed or pro- 
perly cleansed, altered or repaired within the said time 
limited by such notice, such privy, water-closet, vault 
or receptacle for waste water or slops may be removed, 
cleansed, altered, or repaired by the Health Inspector 
or by any other person or persons authorized by him 


so to do, and the costs, charges and expenses thereof 
charged against such owner or other persons as afore- 
said, and the same may be recovered by action or 
distress, and in case of non-payment thereof may be 
recovered in like manner as municipal taxes.” 

5. Clause 97 of the said by-law is hereby amended 
by inserting after the word “and” in the fourth line 
thereof the word “of,” and inserting after the word 
“houses” in the sixth line thereof the words “and the 
premises connected therewith.” And the said clause 
97 is hereby further amended by inserting after the 
word “purpose” in tlie 19th line thereof the words 
following that is to say: — “And all receptacles for 
such swill or waste water shall be placed within ten 
feet from such hotel, saloon, distilling brewery, &c.” 

6. The said by-law is hereby further amended by 
inserting after clause 97 thereof the clause following 
to be known as clause 97a, that is to say : — “No dwel- 
ling-house or lodging-house which does not comply 
with the requirements of this by-law and of the by-law 
known as the plumbing by-law shall be let or occupied. 
And the Board of Health or Health Inspector shall 
give the owner or occupier of any dwelling-house or 
lodging-house which does not comply with the provis- 
ions of this by-law a notice, in writing, requiring that 
the, said premises shall be put in a proper sanitary 
condition and shall comply with the requirements of 
this by-law. If the persons so notified, or any of them, 
fail to comply with the requirements of such notice 
the Board of Health or Health Inspector may remove 
the occupants and close up the premises, and the same 
shall not again be occupied as a dwelling or lodging- 
house until the provisions and requirements of this by- 
law shall have been first complied with. And by in- 
serting after the word “sewers” in the ninth line of 
the said clause 97, the words “and with the City 
water-works system, provided the, said system has 
been extended so as to be practicable to make the con- 
nection,” and by inserting after the word “sewers” in 
the 12th line of clause 97 the words “and City water- 
works system.” 

Done and passed by the Mayor and Aldermen, in 
open meeting, this 30th day of July, 1894. 

[l.s.] R. A. ANDERSON, Mayor. 

Thos. F. McGuigan, City Clerk. au9 


TIMBER LICENSES. 


N OTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
intend applying to the Honourable the Chief 
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special license 
to cut and carry away timber from the following 
described land • — Commencing at a post planted at 
W ignall Point, Loughborough Inlet, Coast District ; 
thence east 120 chains ; north 80 chains ; west 120 
chains to shore ; thence south along shore to point of 
commencement ; and containing 960 acres, or there- 
abouts. 

ed. m. McDonough. 

Vancouver, June 18th, 189 If. je2S- 

OTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
intend applying to the Honourable the Chief 
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special license- 
to cut and carry away timber from the following lands: 
Commencing at a post planted at the south end of lake 
at the head of river emptying into Frazer Bay, Lough- 
borough Inlet ; thence east 40 chains ; south 100 chains j 
west 100 chains ; north 100 chains ; west 60 chains to 
point of commencement ; and containing 1,000 acres. 

ROBT. BRUNT. 

Vancouver, June 18th, 1894. je28 



750 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [August 9th, 1894. 


VICTORIA CITY BY-LAWS. 


No. 235. 

A BY-LAW 

To authorize certain Expenditures. 


T HE Municipal Council of the Corporation of the 
City of Victoria enacts as follows:— 

1. In addition to the amounts mentioned in By-law 
221, entitled the “Municipal Revenue By-law, 1894,” 
it shall be lawful for the Treasurer to pay, from time 
to time, the amounts which become necessary for the 
service mentioned in the statements lettered A and C 
in the Schedule hereto annexed. 

2. It shall be lawful for the Treasurer to pay such 
sums of money as may be authorized from time to time 
by resolution of the Council of the Corporation, as are 
set forth in requisitions which have been properly 
recommended and approved, and for which warrants 
have been authorized by the Council to be issued for 
the services mentioned in the statements lettered D, 
E and G, and votes 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 32, 41 and 59, 
respectively, hereto annexed: Provided that before 
making the payment the Auditor has marked his 
initials against the total amount of the voucher to 
cer tify to its correctness, and that the Council have 
authorized the payment, and that the sums paid and 
authorized are not in each case in the aggregate in 
excess of the sum named in the above votes and state- 
ments. 

3. This By-law may be cited as the “Municipal 
Expenditure By-law, 1894.” 

Passed the Municipal Council the 30th day of July, 
1894. 

Reconsidered, adopted and finally passed the Council 
this 6th day of August, 1894. 

[l.s.] JNO. TEAGUE, 

Mayor. 

Wellington J. Dowler, 

C.M.C. 


I.— CITY DEBT. 


No. of 
Vote. 

Statement “A.” 

Total. 

1 

Interest. 



6 months’ interest on Electric Light By-law, 
1894, payable 1st November, $55,000, i\ %. 

$1,237 50 

2 

Sinking Funds. 



Semi-annual payment, Electric Light- 
ing By-law, 1894 $180 00 

Quarterly Payments — 

Provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital 

Aid By-law, 1894 57 00 

Exhibition Loan By-law, 1S94 41 00 

Sewerage Loan By-law, 1894 164 00 

442 00 





$1,679 50 


III.— CIVIC SALARIES. 

No. of 
Vote. 

Statement “C.” 

Total. 

17 

Street Lighting. 

Lamp Cleaner, 2 months @ S60 

$120 00 

IV.— CITY INSTITUTIONS (Maintenance). 

No. of 
Vote. 

Statement “D.” 

Total. 

19 

21 

23 

25 

26 

Cemetery. 

For all purposes 

$ 100 00 
150 00 

350 00 
1,000' 00 

S00 00 
$2,400 00 

Park. 

For all purposes 

Fire Department. 

Repairs $300 00 

Furniture and Bedding 50 00 

Street Lighting. 

For all purposes 

Home for the Aged and Infirm. 

Provisions $500 00 

Fuel 150 00 

Sundries 150 00 

V.— BUILDINGS AND SURVEYS. 

No. of 
Vote. 

Statement “E.” 

Total. 

32 

Fire Departement. 

$600 00 


VII. -MISCELLANEOUS. 

No. of 
Vote. 

Statement “G.” 

Total. 

41 

59 


$ 400 00 
1,000 00 

$1,400 00 

Miscellaneous, not detailed 

Total 


VICTORIA, B. C.: Printed by Richard Wolfendun, Printer to 
the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty