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Vol. XXXIX.] 

VICTORIA, JULY 20th, 1899. 

[No. 29. 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Page. 

Provincial Secretary’s Department. 
tCorrect names of R. G. Sidle}'. F. L. Fitch, and F. E. Webb 1185 

tExamination for Civil Service of India, respecting 1185 

Oath of office to be taken by newly appointed Justices of 

the Peace, extending time for taking of jy20 1184 

Sheriffs and their territorial jurisdictions au3 1184 

Private Bills. 

tPorter, A. E., .and Anderson, W. A.— Company for the 
operation of a wireless telegraph system from Bennett 
to C. P. R., to incorporate au31 1222 

Lands and Works Department. 

tChemainus District, survey of Lots 61 and 62 aul7 1188 

IClayoquot District, survey of Lots 451, 518 to 527, 

Group 1 se 14 1186 

East Kootenay, South Division, survey of Lots 3,007, 

3,548 to 3,550, 3,554, 3,555, 4,044, Group 1 jy20 1187 

East Kootenay, Northern Division, survey of Lots 2,578 

2,579, Group 1 Jy20 1186 

tE.ast Kooten.ay, South Division, survey of Lots 3,060, 4,049, 

Group 1 aul7 1188 

tEast Kootenay, North Division, survey of Lots 2,580, 3,946 

to 3,948, Group 1 sel4 1187 

tHighway established, Yale District 1188 

Lillooet District, survey of Lot 338, Group 1 aul7 1186 

Notice to pre-emptors and purchasers of Crown lands, re 

arrearages je23 1186 

New Westminster District, survey of Lot 1855, Group l.aul7 1187 
• tNew Westminster District, survey of Lots 1863 to 1867, 

Groupl aul7 1188 

Osoyoos Division, survey of Lots 1,237, 1,239 to 1,242, 1,244 
1,246 1,247, 1,249 1,331, 1,332 1,465, 1,500 to 1,505, Group 

1 jv20 1186 

tO.soyooos Division, survey of Lots 1,230, 1,325 to 1,327, 

1,333, 1,.506, 1,516 to 1,.521, 1,535 to 1,537, Group l.aul7 1187 
tOsoyoos Division, survey of Lots 1,091, 1,174, 1,177, 1,178, 

1,440, 1,441, 1,761, Group 1 sel4 1188 

Proposed bridge at Salmon Beds, Upper Columbia River, 

respecting jy20 1188 

tSalt Spring Island, survey of Lot 60 aul7 1187 

tSayward District, survey of Lots 316 and 317, Gp. 1 ..aul7 1187 
West Kootenay District, survey of Lots 2,261, 2,265, 2,851, 

3,164 to 3.167, 3,173, 3,228, 3,232, 3,2.33, 3,348, .3,395, 

3,443, 3,444, 3,596 to 3,601, 3.611 to 3,613, 3,641, 3,642, 

3,655, 3,6.56, 3,964, 3,965, 4,065, Group 1 jy20 1187 

tWest Kootenay District, survey of Lots 1,918, 2,195, 2,’400 
to 2,402, 2,815, 2,832, 3,112, 3,113, 3,168 to 3,172, 3,,592, 

3,648, 3,649, 3,653, 3,712 to 3,714, 3,716, 3,850, 3,903, 

4,005, 4,030, Group 1 aul7 1188 

Department of Mines. 

Ainsworth and Goat River Mining Divisions, re-defining . 1185 
Authorising Mining Recorders of Slocan and Slocan City 
Mining Divisions to act as Gold Commissioners within 

their respective divisions aulO 1185 

Crown Grants for Mineral Claims, respecting applications 

for jy20 1185 

Exhibit of Provincial marbles and building stones at Paris 
Exhibition, 1900, respecting se7 1185 


Registration of Pixtra-Proviiieial Companies. 

tGem .Silver-Lead .Mining and Smelting Company . . . .aulO 1206 

Douglass-llunter Mining Company jy27 1204 

fllowe Group Mining Company aulO 1206 

Licences to Extra- Provincial Companies. 

Co])j)er Queen, Limited jy20 

Em))ire Mines of B. C., Limited jy20 

London and Pacific Goldfields, Limited au3 

Smelting Corporation, Limited jy20 

Certificates of incorporation. 

Arctic Slope Hydraulic Mining Company, Limited . . .jy20 
+ B. C. Mining and Exploration Company, Limited . . .aulO 

Big Four Consolidated Mining Company, Limited Jy27 

tBoundary Ilomestake Mining' Company, Limited aulO 

Buckhorn Gold and Copper Company, Limited jy20 

tCanadian Lardeau Gold Mining Comp.any of British 

Columbia, Limited aulO 

Detroit and Lardeau Gold Mining Company of British 

Columbia, Limited .• jy27 

East Kootenay Copper Mining Company, Limited. . . .jy27 

tFlorida Mining Company, Limited aulO 

Indiana Consolidated Silver Mining Company, L’d. . .jy27 

tlndustrial Power Company of B. C., Limited aulO 

International, Limited jy20 

Johnson & Burnett, Limited jy20 

tMidway Trading Company, Limited aulO 

Referendum Free Gold Mining and Milling Co., L’d. .jy27 

Santa Rosa Gold and Copper Slines, Limited Jy27 

United Canneries, Limited jy27 

Yale Hotel Company, Limited au3 

Applications for Lands, 

Archer, W,alter C.— 480 acres aulO 

Caldwell, C. F., and M. M. Grothe jy20 

Chezum, S. C. — 320 acres au3 

Forster, II. E au31 

Galbraith, S. L.— 120 acres au31 

Green, C. deB. — 160 acres aulO 

Hind, W. H. — 160 .acres aulO 

Lindsay, M. A. F.— 160 acres aul7 

Mackintosh, C. II.— 80 acres sc7 

McDougall, A. — 10 acres se7 

McGregor, W. D. — 160 acres au31 

McGregor, J. M. — 160 acres au31 

tMorris, C. S. — 320 acres sel4 

Gold Commissioners’ Notices. 

Bennett and Atlin L.ake Mining Divisions— Extending time 

for laying over of mineral claims jy27 

Laying over of mineral claims in Tete Jaune Cache Dis- 
trict, extending time for au31 

Applications for Coal Prospecting Licences. 

McDoug.all, W. 0 aulO 

Applications for Certificates of Improvement. 

Bradford Mineral Claim gei 4 

Black Witch, White Witch, Kootnia Star, Golden Star 
North Star, Great Western, Gretit Eastern, Golden 
Era, Irene, Golden Chain, Gold Bell, Kalispell, and 

Grand Prize Mineral Claims ggl4 

Bon Diable Mineral Claim au3I 

Be.aver No. 2 .Mineral Cl.aim . .!au24 

Buffalo No. 2, Ontario & Gre.at Britain Mineral Claims. au3 
Belle of Ottawa, Mountain Monarch and War Eagle. ..jy27 
tBig Chief, Golden Coin, and Ames Mineral Claim. .'. .’se21 

tBig Four No. 1 Mineral Claim !!se21 

Rive Mineral Cairn jy27 

Copper King and Copper Queen Mineral Claims . . . . .sel4 

Cornell Mineral Claim " . iv'77 

Columbia Mineral Claim ! . . . ! iy27 

Centennial Mineral Cl.aim !iv27 

Carbonate King Mineral Claim .au31 

Daisy, Black Fox and California Mineral Claims. ... ,au31 


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Diamond Mineral Claim . 


au3 


Don, Mainland, and Mainland Fractional Min. CTnis" iv2i 

Dandy Mineral Chaim ' auio 

Ecuador Mineral Claim sel4 

Edna, Jennie, S. C., Gopher Fraction, S. C. Fraction 
Monterey, Bobolink, and .A. B. C. Mineral Claims sel4 
Emily Edith Enaction, Eagle, Eagle Fraction, and Ironclad 

Mineral Claims gg’.. 

Eureka No. 2 and Mineral Hill Mineral Claims . . , au3 
Earth(|uake, Phil Sherid.an, and New Last Chance Mineral 




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THE BETTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


Applications tor Oertiflcates of Iniproveinent. — Concluded. 

Excelsior Mineral Claim au3 1192 

Florence Fractional Mineral Claim ,au31 1194 

Florence Mineral Claim .sell 1194 

Carnet Mineral Claim sell I'^OO 

Granite, White Swan, Blue Grouse^ Red Rock Fraction, 

White Swan fraction, and Tamarack Fraction Mineral 

Claims sell 1196 

Golden Calf and Canadian Pacific Mineral claims . . .au31 1195 

Grey Eagle Mineral Claim au21 1197 

Girl of the Period ,and Beaver Mineral Claims au3 1191 

Greenhorn Fraction Mineral Claim aulO 1193 

Herbert Spencer Mineral Claim au21 1197 

Hartford Fraction and Ranger Mineral Chaims se 21 1193 

tHexahedron and North Fork Mineral Claims se21 1199 

Ibex, Triangle, Liddesdale and Gilt Edge Min. Cl’ms .sell 1190 
Iron Chad, .Spokane, Nellie Grey, Delta and Pittsberg Min- 
eral Claims sell 1196 

Ironclad Mineral Claim au3 1192 

Imperial Mineral Claim au21 1197 

Jim Dandy Mineral Claim sell 1199 

J. and J., First Clip, Sydney, Early Morn, Mayflower Frac- 
tion, Mountain Lion, Mountain Lion Fraction, and 

Homestake Fraction Mineral Claims sell 1193 

J. S. Fractional Mineral Claim se7 1192 

LeRoi and Annie Fraction Mineral Claims sell 1200 

Lucky Jack Mineral Claim au21 1197 

Lulo Mineral Claim au24 1107 

Little Bertha Mineral Claim aul7 1194 

Last Chance, Lone Jack, Bonanza, Comet, Lookout, Cop- 
per Queen, Copper King and Copper Crown Mineral 

Chaims au3 1198 

Leona Mineral Claim au3 1197 

Little Maj' Mineral Claim jy27 1197 

Midnight and Centaur Mineral Claims sell 1196 

Missing Link Mineral Claim au21 1197 

Maple Leaf and St. Mary Mineral Claims au3 1195 

Mother Lode, Daly, Ajax, Mother Lode Fraction and Ajax 

Fraction Mineral Claims au31 1192 

New Brunswick, Deadwood and Florence Min. Cl’ms. au31 1191 

North Exchange Fraction Mineral Claim au24 1197 

Ogema Mineral Claim au3 1193 

tOnix, Humboldt, C. & K., Josie and Freemont Mineral 

Claims sc21 1199 

Ore-or-no-go Mineral Claim jy21 1200 

Oro Fino and Independence Mineral Claims au.31 1194 

Pothook, Bonanza, Gold Mask, Midnight, Night Hawk, 

Boss, Piper and Cliff Mineral Claims sell 1195 

Philadelphia, Roman Eagle, Seagull, Carpenter, Vancouver 

and London Belle Mineral Claims sell 1196 

Pioneer and Revenue Mineral Claims aul7 1191 

tRainy Day and Rainy Day No. 2 Mineral Claims se2l 1199 

Royal Canadian, Colorado, Nevada, Roy No. 2, Minnie, 
Colorado Fraction, Nevada Fraction and Moken Bird 

Fraction Mineral Claims sell 1196 

Red Star Mineral Claim au24 1193 

Radja and Radja Fraction Mineral Claims aulO 1198 

Red Biuff Mineral Claim aulO 1195 

Rose Mineral Claim aulO 1198 

Runover Mineral Claim jy21 1193 

Red Rock Mineral Claim au31 1198 

Star Mineral Claim sell 1200 

Skylark and Blocksberg Mineral Claim . .sell 1191 

Standard, Bodie, Jupiter, and Bodie Fraction Mineral 

Claims ; se7 1192 

Saratoga, Golden Plate and Waters Meet Min. Cl’ms. au31 1198 

Something Good Mineral Claim aul7 1197 

Sinbad Mineral Claim auJ H92 

Scotch Thistle Mineral Claim jy27 1193 

tSt. Charles Mineral Claim se21 1199 

Timer Fraction Mineral Claim sell 1200 

Tyro, Tyro Fraetion, and Boatswain Fraction Mineral 

■ Claims jy21 Hd-l 

Union and Electric Mineral Claims au31 1200 

Webfoot Miner.al Claim s.u3 1192 

Wellington, Wellington No. 1, Wellington No. 2 Mineral 

Claims au3 1194 

t White Elephant Mineral Claim se21 1199 


Land Registry Act— Certificates of Title. 


Municipal Elections. 

tColumbia City jy20 1220 

Education. 

IHume School District, creation of jy20 1186 

tHammond School District, creation of jy20 1186 

IVananda School District, creation of jy20 1186 

tNelson School District, re-defined jj'20 1186 

tMaple Ridge School District, re-defined jy20 1186 

Miscellaneous. 

tAlexander Weir and Charles William Guest, form.ation of 

limited p,artnership jy27 1222 

American Boy Mining and Jlilling Company, ap])ointment 

of G. B. McDonald as attorney for jy20 1219 

Bennett-Klondike Tramway Company, formation of .jv27 1220 
Broken Hill Mining and Development Company, changing 

head offiec of jy20 1220 

Bell, E. — Application on behalf of Williams Lake Band of 

Indians for certain water privileges j.y20 1220 

Bell, E. — Application on behalf of Fountain Band of 

Indians for certain water privileges j.V20 1220 

tBlue & Fisher — Applioation_ for permission to drive logs 

on West Fork of Kettle River se21 1220 

Carlisle Canning Company, changing head office of. . .au3 1219 
tBritish Colnmbia-yukon Railway Co., meeting of . . au3 1219 
New Westminster Southern Railway' Co., meeting of . jv20 1220 
Old Dominion Mining and Development Company, chang- 
ing head office of • ■ • • jy20 1220 

Redemption of certain debentures by Nanaimo City..de28 1220 
tUnion Colliery Company of British Columbia, Limited 

Liability, proposed change of name of ocl9 1220 

Vancouver .Smelting and Milling Co., meeting of au3 1220 

Victoria Shoe Company, Limited, application for change 

of name of aul7 1220 

Washington Mining Company, appointment of 0. T. Stone 
as attorney for au3 1220 

XW A'ew advertisements are indicated bt/ a datjger. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. 


NOTICE. 


U NDER the provisions of section 11 of the 
“Magistrates Act,” His Honour the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council has been pleased to extend, until 
the 1st day of August next, the time in which persons 
appointed on the 23rd day of May last to be Justices 
of the Peace shall take the oaths of office. 

Bv Command. 

C. A. SEMLIN, 

Provincial Secretary. 

Provincial Secretary’s Office, 

21st June, 1899. je22 


“SHERIFFS ACT.” 


P UR.SUANT to sub-section (2) of section 3 of the 
“ Shei’iffs Act,” the following is published ; — 

The County of Victoria : 

Sheriff, Janies Kliphalet McMillan ; post office 
address, Victoria. 

Limits of County — As defined by the “Counties 
Definition Act.” 


Esquimau Water-Works Company, respecting the issue 

of an Indefeasible Title to 

Koksilah Quarry Company, Limited Liability au31 1100 


Applications to Lease Lands. 

tA. .Macaulcy and A. Graham 

Armstrong. T. A 

Burnet, H 

Bidwell, R. J 

Creery, A. McC 

Copeland, F. C., W. Copeland, 

Sheringham 

D.avies, Ed. F. .St. A 

tll. P. S. Bayliff 

Pidgeon, Joseph 

Power, Thomas 

.Smith, J. E. N 

Young, 11. E 

Young, T. R 


sell 1189 

jy27 1190 

au3 1198 

jy27 1198 

jy20 1190 

I. Stewart, and E. D. 

jy20 1190 

jy27 1198 

sell 1222 

jv20 1198 

se7 1198 

au3 1198 

au3 1198 

jy27 1190 


The County of Nanaimo : 

Sheriff, Samuel Drake ; post office address, 
Nanaimo. 

Limits of County — As defined by tlie “Counties 
Definition Act Amendment Act, 1899.” 

The County of Vancouver : 

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

Limits of County — As defined by the “Counties 
Definition Act Amendment Act, 1899.” 

The County of We.stminster ; 

Sheriff, Tliomas Josei:)h Armstrong ; post office 
address. New Westminster. 


Dominion Orders in Council. 


Limits of County — As defined by tbe “Counties 


Conveying Villa Lots 51 to .57 to Rcvelstokc City for ps^rk 
purposes 


Definition Act.” 

The County of Yale : 


Assignment Notices. 

Bidgood, J 

Ley, Wildauor & Wilkinson 

t Logan, 

AiHdiffiitions for Timber Licences. 

Smith, II 

Thulin Bros 


.au3 1219 
jv27 1219 
au17 1219 


.nu3 1190 
jy27 1190 


Sberiff, Arthur Gore Pemberton ; post office 
address, Kamloops. 

Limits of County — As defined by the “Counties 
Definition Act.” 

The County of Cariboo : 


Municipal Courts of Revision. 

IGrand Forks City 

Sandon City 

Municipal By-Laws. 

tSpallunichccn Municipality 


.aul7 1222 
.jy27 1222 

.aul7 1221 


Sheriff, John Stevenson ; post office address, 
Barkerville. 

Limits of County — As defined by the “Counties 
Definition Act.” 


Jur.Y 20th, 1899.] 


TIIK BRITIHll COLlJMlilA GAZETTE. 


1 1 85 


'I’liK County ok Kootkn.vy : 

Sheriir, 8teplien Redgrave ; jwst olHee address, 
Donald. 

Liniits of' Conn/ 1 / — As deliiied l>y tlie “Counties 
Delinition Aet,” excepting that portion of tlie 
County within tlio jin isdiction of tin; Shei ill of 
Soiitli Kootenay. 

'I'llK (\)UNTY OK KoOTIONAY: 

Slierill', Samuel Parker 'I’uck ; post oliice address, 
Nelson 

Limi/t of J nri/nliction — 'I’ho Slocan and Nelson 
Ridings of West Kootenay Electoral District, 
that portioi\ of the Rossland Riding of W^est 
Kootenay Kleetoral District which is within the 
County of Kootenay, and the South Riding of 
Kast Kootenay Kleetoral District, as detincd hy 
the “ Redistribution Act, 1898.” 

A. CAMPRKLL RKDDIE, 

J)tpn/y Provincial Secretary. 

Provincial SecretarjfH Ofjice, 

Victoria, 20th July, 1890. 

[This notice is substituted for the notice of the Gth 
of Julj', instant.] 


'I'o secure such unifoi'inity this D(ipartinent has 
arranged to have specimens driissed in conformity with 
these! reepiiremcnts, at its expense. 

It is reipiostcd that owners of the ((Uarries [iroducing 
Building Stone suitable for such exhibition purposes, 
will send to tins Department, at Victoria, blocks of 
stone suitable for dressing to a size of 9 inch cube. 

Should any such ipiarry owners prefer to dress their 
own exhibits, a description of the style and size of 
block admis.sable may be had ujion application to this 
Department. 

Specimens of Marble should be in slabs about 1 inch 
thick and P2 x 18 inches, polished on one side. 

Jilocks of Marble, similar to the ordinary Building 
.Stone blocks, arc al.so desirable, and may be sent to 
this Deiiartment for preparation. 

All specimens should be delivered here not later 
than August 1st, 1899. 

J. FRED HUME, 

jMini.iter of Mine-n. 

Dejjartment of Minen, 

Victoria, April 19th, 1899. aj)20 


ERRATA. 


ri'^HE NAMES of Richard (1. Sidley, F'rank Leslie 
J. Fitch, and Francis Edward Webb (of Fort 
Rupert), are as now described and not as in the British 
Columbia Gazette of the 23rd of May, 1899. 


EXAMINATION FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE OF 
INDIA. 


N otice is hereby given that the Regulations and 
Form of Application for an Examination of Can- 
didates for the Civil Service of India, to be held in 
August, 1900, can be seen at this olKce on application. 

C. A. SEMLIN, 

Provincial Secretary. 

Provincial Secretary’s Office, 

20th July, 1899. jy20 


DEPARTMENT OF MINES. 


NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF MINERAL CLAIMS. 


OTICE is hereby given that when the holder of a 
Mineral Claim is prepared to make application 
for a Crown grant, he shall send all the documents in 
support thereof, together with the fee of $10, to the 
Cold Commissioner for the District within which the 
claim is situated, who will examine and transmit them, 
when in order, to the head office at Victoria. 

.1. FRED HUME, 

Minister of M'lnes. 

Victoria, B. C., 7th Jiine, 1899. je22 


DEPARTiMENT OF MINES. 


In the matter of the Acts to amend ttie Mineral 
AND Placer Mining Acts, 1899. 


A ngus McINNES, and H. P. Christie, Mining 
Recordei's of the Slocan, and Slocan City Min- 
ing Divisions, are hereby authorised to perform the 
duties of Gold Commissioners, with respect to Mineral 
Claims within the territory for which thej' have 
respectively been appointed. 

J. FRED HUME, 

Department of Alines, Alinister of Mine-s 

Victoria, B. C., 13th July, 1899. jyl3 


NOTICE TO OWNERS OF QUARRIES OF 
MARBLE OR BUILDING STONE. 


Paris Exhibition, 1900. 


TT IS DESIRABLE that the Marbles and Building 
J Stones of this Province be properly and fully re- 
presented at the Paris Exhibition, 1900. 

The Dominion Commissioners demand that all speci- 
mens of Building Stone shall be of uniform size and 
dressed in a uniform style. 


MINING DIVISIONS. 


N otice is hereby given that the following defin- 
itions of the Ainsworth and Goat River Mining 
Divisions are substituted for the descriptions of the 
said Divisions hitherto in force : — 

Ainsworth Mining Division. 

Starting on the height of land forming divide sepa- 
rating watershed of Kootenay River on east from 
Kootenay Lake on the west, at a point where such 
divide is joined by the height of land between Gray’s 
and Crawford Creeks ; tbence northerly following 
divide separating the drainage area of Kootenay and 
Upper Columbia Rivers on east from drainage area of 
those rivers emptying in Kootenay Lake on west, to a 
point on such divide where it Joins the height of laud 
between drainage areas of Reno and East Creeks; thence 
westerly following southern boundary of watershed of 
East Creek to a crossing of the Duncan River, continu- 
ing westerly, following the southern boundary of water- 
shed of Hall or Cameron Creek, to a point where such 
height of land joins the height of land forming divide 
between the drainage area of Healy Creek and Lardo 
Creek on thewest and the drainage areaof Duncan River 
on east; thence southerly following such height of land to 
apoint where it joins the heightof laud formingsouthern 
boundary of watershed of Healy Creek; thence south- 
west along such height of land to a crossing of the 
Lardo River, at the mouth of Poplar Creek ; thence 
following height of land between Poplar and Cascade 
Creeks to the height of land forming divide between 
the drainage area of Kootenay Lake on east and 
Slocan Lake on west, to a point on such height of 
land where it joins the height of land between drain- 
age areas of Coffee and Kokanee Creeks ; thence along 
southern watershed of Coffee Creek to Balfour; thence 
crossing Kootenay Lake, on Crawford Bay, to a point 
on east shore of such latter, between Gray’s and Craw- 
ford Creeks ; thence following such eastern boundary 
line to point of commencement. 

Goat River Mining I)ivi.sion. 

Commencing on International Boundary at a point 
where such boundary intersects the height of land 
separating the drainage areas of Moyie and Goat 
Rivers ; thence northerly along such height of land 
separating drainage area of Moyie and Upper Koote- 
nay Rivers on east from the drainage areas of the Goat 
River and Kootenay Lake on west, to a point where 
such height of land joins the height of land between 
the drainage areas of Gray’s and Crawford Creeks • 
thence westerly along such height of land to Crawford 
Bay ; thence crossing Kootenay Lake to Proctor’s 
Point ; thence following height of land between the 
drainage area of Kootenay Lake on east and drainage 
area of Kootenay outlet and Salmon River to the point 
where such height of land is cut by International 
Boundary ; thence east along such International 
Boundary Line to point of commencement. 

J. FRED HUME, 

Minister of Alines. 

Department of Alines, 

1st June, 1899. • o 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[July 20th, 1899 


EDUCATION. 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


Education Office, 

July 12th, 1S99. 

Council of Public Instruction is 
Vy empowered, under the “ Public School Act,” 
to create School Districts in addition to those already 
existing, and to define the boundaries thereof, and 
Hoin time to time to alter the boundaries of existing 
Districts ; it is hereby notified that the Council has 
been pleased to create the tract of land included within 
the undermentioned boundaries a School District, 
under the title of “ Hume School District ” 

Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 97, 
Group 1, West Kootenay District; thence due south 
to the south-east corner of Lot 1S3 ; thence true ivest 
to the eastern boundary line of the City of Nelson ; 
thence north along said boundary line to the W^est 
Arm of Kootenay Lake ; thence easterly and northerly, 
following the shore line, to the point of connnencement. 

Also, that the Council has been pleased to create 
the following tract of land to be a School District, 
under the title of “ Hammond School District”;— 

Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 278, 
Township 9, New W^estminster District ; thence due 
north to the north-west corner of Lot 250 ; thence east 
to the south-east corner of Lot 241 ; thence north to 
the north-east corner of Section 35 ; thence west to 
the Pitt River ; thence southerly and easterly, follow- 
ing the shore line of the Pitt and Fraser Rivers, to the 
point of commencement. 

Also, that the Council has been pleased to create 
the following tract of land to be a School District, 
under the title of “ Vananda School District”: — 

All that tract of land embraced in Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 
8, 14, and 15, Texada Island. 

Also, that the Council has been pleased to alter and 
re define the boundaries of “Nelson Scliool District,” 
as follows — 

All that tract of land embraced within the corporate 
limits of the City of Nelson. 

Also, that the Council has been pleased to alter and 
re-define the boundaries of “ Maple Ridge School Dis- 
trict, ” as follows : — 

Commencing at the middle point of the western 
boundary line of Section 29, Township 12, New W^est- 
minster District ; thence west to the township line ; 
thence due north to the north-east corner of Section 
36, Township 9 ; thence west to the north-west corner 
of said section ; thence due south to the south-west 
corner of Lot 242 ; thence west to the north-west cor- 
ner of Lot 250 ; thence true south to Fraser River ; 
thence up said river, following the shore line, to the 
south-west corner of Lot 401, Township 12 ; thence in 
a direct line north to the point of commencement. 

ALEXANDER ROBINSON, 
jy20 Secretary, Council of Public Instruction. 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


CLAYOQUOT DISTRICT. 


"IVTOTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in Clayoquot District, have 
been surveyed, and that plans of the same can be seen 
at the Lands and Works Department, Victoria, and at 
the office of T. Fletcher, Esquire, Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Lands and Works, Alberni, B. C. : — 

Grout One. 

Lot 451. — C. Ben.son, Pre-emption Record No. 1,552, 
dated 26tli April, 1897. 

„ 518. — “ North Pole ” Mineral Claim. 

M 519. — “ Southern Cross ” n 

„ .520.— “ Pacific” 

,1 .521. — “ Norway ” m 

rt .522. — “ Viking ” m 

II .523. — “Ballarat” " 

II .524. — “ Til ree .lays ” n 

II .525. — “ Three Jays No. 2” n 

II .526. — “ Three .lays No. 3 ” m 

II .527.— “ Blue Jay ” " 

Persons having adverse claims to the above-men- 
tioneil 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 cfc Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B. C., 2Uth July, 1899. jy~0 


OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT. 


dVrOTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
X 1 tracts of laud situated in Osoyoos Division of 
Yale District have been surveyed, and that plans of the 
same can be seen at the Lands and Works Depart- 
ment, Victoria, at the office of L. Norris, Esq., Assist- 
ant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Vernon, and 
at the office of C. A. R. Lambly, Esq., Assistant Com- 
missioner of Lands and Works, Fairview: — 

Group 1. 

Lot 1237. — “ Burlington ” Mineral Claim- 

n 1239. — “Big Monte” „ 

n 1240. — “Keestowe” « 

n 1241. — “ Monte Bravo ” n 

n 1242. — “ Monte Recco” n 

n 1244.— “ Cyclops ” 

n 1246. — “Mammie” „ 

n 1247. — “Amina” n 

n 1249. — “ Humming Bird Fraction ” « 

n 1331. — “ Highland Queen ” « 

n 1332. — “Combination” n 

n 1465. — “ We Mite Fraction ” « 

» 1500.— “Malta No. 1 ” 
n 1501. — “ Helen Ray No. 1” « 

n 1502. — “Maple Leaf” « 

n 1503. — “BenHurNo. 1” n 

n 1504. — “ North Star Fraction ” n 

n 1505. — “lone” n 

W. S. GORE, 

Depiity Commissioner of Lands d Works. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 22th June. 1899. je22 


NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTORS OF LAND. 


N otice is hereby given that all pre-emptors or 
purchasers of Crown lands from whom the pur- 
chase money remaining unpaid on such lands is over- 
due, are required to make full iiayment of such balance, 
together with interest thereon, if any is due, witliin 
twelve months from the date of this notice, failing 
which their records or agreements concerning such 
lands are liable to cancellation, as provided by section 
38 of the “Land Act.” 

F. CARTER-COTTON, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works. 
Lands and iroj'Lv Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 22nd June, 1899. je22 


LILLOOET DISTRICT. 


‘lyj'OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tract of land situate in Lillooet District, 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 F. Soues, Esquire, Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Lands and Works, Clinton : — 

Lot 338, Group 1. — J. L. C. Knowles, pre-emjition 
record No. 857, dated 24th August, 1896. 
Persons having adverse claims to the above-men- 
tioned ])re-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 cfc IPouLs. 
Lands and IForA'.s Department , 

Victoria, B.C., 22nd June, 1899. je22 


EAST KOO'l'ENAY DISTRICT, NORJdlERN 
DIVISION. 


N O'ITCE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in the Northern Division 
of East Kootenay District, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the .same can be seen at the Lands and 
Works Department, Victoria, and at the office of J. 
E. (iriflith, Esij., Assistant Commissioner of Lands 
and Works, Donald, B. C. : — 

Group One. 

Lot 2578. 

„ 2579. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands <t H’orl-s. 
Lands and iro/'Ls Department , 

Victoria, B. C., 22nd June, 1899. je22 


July 20tm, 1899.] 


TIIK HRITISII COLUMBFA GAZETTE 


1187 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


WKS'l' IvOO'I’BNAV DISTIUC'I’. 


\ OTICK is liereby ^iven tliafc the undcr-inentioiuul 
tracts of land, situated in West Kootenay Dis- 
trict, luive been surveyed, and that plans of the same 
can 1)0 seen at the Lands and Works Department, 
\ icturia, and at the oHice of ,). A. 'I'urner, Ksquire, 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Nelson 
B. C. 

Citoui" t)Ni;. 


Lot 

2,261. 

— “ ’recumsie ” 

Mineral Claim 

ff 

2,26.5. 

— Pontiac ” 

tt 

n 

2,851. 

— “ Alki P’raction ” 

tt 

n 

3,164. 

— “ Best Fraction ” 

tt 

n 

.3,16.5. 

— “ Humjihrey ” 

tt 

n 

3, 166. 

— “ Gibralter ” 

tt 

n 

3,167. 

— “ Bosphorus ” 

tt 

n 

3,17.3. 

— “ Northern Belle” 

tt 

tt 

3,228. 

— “ Admiral Dewey ” 

tt 

n 

.3,232. 

— “ Forest King” 

tt 

n 

3,233. 

— “ Bean Pot” 

tt 

n 

3,348. 

— “ Laura F.” 

tt 

// 

3,395. 

— “ Harriet L. Fraction ” 

tt 

If 

3,443. 

— “ Columbia View ” 

tt 

// 

3,444. 

— “ Commander ” 

tt 

It 

3,.596. 

— “ Montague” 

tt 

n 

3,597. 

— “ \Vaverley ” 

tt 

ft 

3,598. 

— “ Revelstoke ” 

tt 

tt 

3,599. 

— “ Vancouver Fraction ” 

tt 

n 

3,600. 

— “ 3'angier ” 

tt 

ft 

3,601. 

— “ Oldham ” 

tt 

tt 

.3,611. 

— “ Oldham Fraction ” 

tt 

tt 

.3,612. 

— “ Standberg Fraction ” 

tt 

tt 

3,613. 

— “ I’angier Fraction ” 

tt 

tt 

3,641. 

— “ Diamond Cross ” 

tt 

tt 

3,642. 

— “ Dardanelles No. 2 ” 

tt 

ff 

.3,600. 

—“No. 5” 

tt 

tt 

3,656. 

— “ No. 5 Fraction ” 

tt 

tt 

3,964. 

—“Hall” 

tt 

tt 

3,965. 

— “ Horseshoe ” 

tt 

tt 

4,065. 

— “ Great Britain ” 

tt 


W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commisxioner of Lmida dh fVori'.s. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B. O., 22nd June, 1S99. je22 


SOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY 
DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land situated in Southern Division, 
East Kootenay District, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Lands and Works 
Department, Victoria, and at the office of J. E. Arm- 
strong, Esquire, Assistant Commissioner of Lands and 
Works, Fort Steele : — 

Group One. 

Lot .3007. — Joseph C. Hooker, application to pur- 
chase, dated 10th December, 1897. 
n 3548. — “ Silver Chief ” Mineral Claim. 

n 3549. — “Silver Reef” « 

n 3550. — “None Such” n 

n 3554. — “Sirdar” n 

n 3555. — “Griffith’s Fraction ” „ 

n 4044. — John Bell, application to purchase b}* 
Gazette notice dated 18th March, 1899. 

\y. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 22nd June, 1899. je22 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


"X J 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 Department of Lands and Works, 
Victoria, and at the office of D. Robson, Esq. , Assist- 
ant Commissioner of Lands and Works, New West- 
minster : — 

Lot 1855, Group 1. — Messrs. Kelly and Murray, 
stone quarry lease. 

W. S. GORE, 

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

Victoria, B.C., 22nd June, 1899. je22 


EAST KOOTENAY DlS'l'RICT, NORTHERN 
DIVISION. 

N O'ITCE is bereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in the Northern Division 
of East Ivootciiay Disti’ict, have l)eeii surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Lands 
and Works Department, Victoria, and at the office 
of ,1. E. Grifiitli, E.s(p, Assistant Commissioner of 
Lands and Works, Donald ; — 

Group One. 

Lot 2,.580.— J. L. McKay, Pre-emi)tion Record No. 
325, dated Sth May, 1895. 

Lot 3,946.— J. A. Stoddart, applicatioji to purchase 
dated 3rd November, 1898. 

Lot 3,947.— H E. Forster, l’re-emi)tion Record No. 

457, dated 4th April, 1899. 

Lot 3,948.— G. Heffner, Rre-emption Record No. 

127, dated 15th .June, 1888. 

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 cb Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B. C. , 20lh Jidy, 1899. jy^O 


OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT. 


IVT OTKH1I is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
J.A tracts of land, situated in Osoyoos Division of 
Yale 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 L. Norris, Esquire, 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Vernon, 
and at the office of C. A. R. Lambly, Esquire, 
Fairview : — 

Group One. 

Lot 1,2.30. — “ Butte City ” Mineral Claim. 

11 1,.325. — “Chancellor” m 

II 1,326. — “Diamond” n 

II 1,.327. — “ Yellow Jacket ” n 

II 1,. 333.— “Ruby” 

II 1,506.—“ R. Bell ” 

II 1,516.— “Aloha” 

II 1,517. — “ Anarchist Fraction ” n 

II 1,518. — “Burlington” n 

II 1,519. — “ Aloha Fraction ” h 

II 1,520. — “Greenwood” n 

II 1,521. — “Aberdeen” h 

II 1,535. — “Queen” n 

II 1,536. — “ Bank of England ” n 

II 1,537. — “Normandy” n 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands db Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B. C., 20th July, 1899. jy20 


SAYWARD DISTRICT. 


^VrOTKlE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in Sayward District, 
have been surveyed, and that plans of the same can be 
seen at the Lands and Works Department, Victoria: — 
Group One. 

Lot 316. — “ Union ” Mineral Claim. 

Lot 317' — “Electric” n 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B. C., 20th Jidy, 1899. jy20 

SALT SPRING ISLAND, COWICHAN DISTRICT. 


■'Vf OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tract of land, situated on Salt Spring Island, 
Cowichan District, has been surveyed, and that a plan 
of the same can be seen at the Lands and Works 
Department, Victoria : — 

Lot 60.—“ L. W. D.” Mineral Claim. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands IFo?-!-.?. 
Lands and IForLs Department, 

Victoria, B, C., 20th Jidy, 1899. jy20 


1188 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


PUBLIC HIGHWAY. 

Yale District, North Riding. 

"\TOriCE is hereby given that the following high- 
" U feet in width, is hereby established : 

Commencing at a point thirty feet south of the 
north-west corner of the south half of the noi th-west 
quarter of section 13, tmvnship 20, range 10, west of 
the sixth meridian ; thence running north along the 
line between sections 13 and 14 to its intersection with 
the present waggon road at Salmon Arm. The road- 
way being 15 feet on each side of said line. 

F. CARTER-COTTON, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works. 
Lands and Works Dejmrtment, 

Victoria, B. C., 20th July, 1S90. jy20 

OSOYOOS DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT. 


‘l^l'OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land situated in Osoyoos Division of Yale 
District, have been sui’veyed, and that plans of the 
same can be seen at the Lands and Works Depart- 
ment, Victoria, and at the office of L. Norris, Esquire, 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Vernon; 

Group One. 

Lot 1,091. — Emil F. Voigt, application to purchase 
by Gazette notice dated 18th October, 1898. 

Lot 1,174. — R. H. Huston, Pre-emption Record No. 
2,784, dated 7th December, 1898. 

Lot 1,177. — H. Dunsdon, Pre-emption Record No. 
1,732, dated 2nd April, 1894. 

Lot 1,178.^ — W. H. Ganiett, Pre-emption Record 
No. 2,762, dated 29th October, 1898. 

Lot 1,440. — F. M. Bubar, Pre-emption Record No. 
2,193, dated 7th October, 1895. 

Lot 1,441. — B. W. Bubar, Pre-emption Record No. 
2,755, dated 18th October, 1898. 

Lot 1,761. — J. K. Robinson, application to purchase 
by Gazette notice dated 3rd November, 1898. 

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 db Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 20th July, 1899. jy20 

NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


~VT OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
JAI 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 D. Robson, Esq., 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, New 
Westminster : — 

Group One. 

Lot 1,863. — “Comet” Mineral Claim. 

II 1,864. — “Lookout” n 

II 1,865. — “ Copper Crown ” n 

I, 1,866. — “Copper King” n 

II 1,867. — “ Copper Queen ” n 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of iMnds <b Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B. C., 20th July, 1899. jy20 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT, SOUTHERN 
DIVISION. 


~\T OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in tlie Southern Division 
of East Kootenay District, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Lands and 
Works Department, Victoria, and at the ollice of J. F. 
Armstrong, Esquire, Assistant Commissioner of Lands 
and VV^orks, Fort Steele : — 

Group One. 

J.ot 3,060.— H. W. Barnes,^ application to purchase 
dated 5th August, 1897. 

Lot 4,049. — James Cronin, mill-site. 

W. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works. 

Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 20th July, 1899. jy20 


LANDS AND WORKS. 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


OTICE is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
1,^ tracts of land situated in West Kootenay Dis- 
trict, have been surveyed, and that plans of the same 
can be seen at the Lands and Works Department, 
Victoria, and at the office of J. A. Turner, Esq., Assis- 
tant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Nelson, B.C. : 

Group One. 

Lot 1,918.— “Altoona” Mineral Claim. 

2,195. — “Runover” ,, 

2.400. —“ Black Prince No. 1 ” 

2.401. —“ Queen of the Valley ” 

2.402. — “ King of the West ” 

2,815. — E. Nelson Fell, ajiplication to purchase 

dated 2nd August, 1898. 

2,832.— James Anderson, Hon. J. D. Edgar, A. 

W. Ross, and J. B. McArthur, appli- 
cation to purchase dated 26th April, 
1898. 

3.112. — “ Boatswain Fraction ” Mineral Claim. 

3.113. — “ Tyro Fraction ” n 

3.168. — “Violet” 

3.169. — “Evening” „ 

3.170. — “ Violet Fraction ” n 

3.171. — “ Minnie-Ha-Ha ” n 

3.172. — “Jennie” 

3,592. — “ Grand Prize ” ,i 

3.648. — “Arlington” ,i 

3.649. — “ Arlington Fraction ” ,i 

3,653. — “Lakeview” i, 

3.712. — “North Star” „ 

3.713. — “ Grey Eagle ” ,i 

3. 714. _« Violet” 

3,716.— “Big Four” 

3,850. — “ Little Bess ” „ 

3,903. — R. Fowler, application to purchase by 

Gazette notice dated 26th !March, 
1898. 

II 4,005. — “ Good Hope ” Mineral Claim. 

II 4,030. — “ Bat Fraction ” n 

IV. S. GORE, 

Depidy Commissioner of Lands <£• Works. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 20th July, 1899. jy20 

CHEMAINUS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under-mentioned 
tracts of land, situated in Chemainus District, have 
been surveyed, and that plans of the same can be seen 
at the Department of Lands and Works, Victoria: — 
Lot 61. — “Venture Fraction ” Mineral Claim. 

Lot 62. — “Copper Head Fraction ” Mineral Claim. 

IV. S. GORE, 

Deputy Commissioner of Lands tfc IForA's. 
Lands and Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 20th July, 1899. 


NOTICE. 


N otice is hereby givfii that ajiplication has been 
made to the Honourable the IMinister of Public 
Works, with whom plans have been deposited, for per- 
mission to erect a bridge, with a suitable draw span, 
over the Upper Columbia River, at a point known as 
the Salmon Beds. 

F. CARTER-COTTON, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands cO irorl's. 
Lands and IFo^-A-s Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 19th June, 1899. je22 

COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

IVTOTICE i.s hereby given that the undersigned 
M’illiam C. McDougall, will ajiply to the 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, for the 
District of Osoyoos, in the County of Yale, thirty days 
after pul)lication of this notice, for a licence to pros- 
pect for coal on the following land ; initial post of 
Red Blull Coal Deposit, consisting of four hundred 
and eighty acres : — Commencing with the initial post; 
thence north sixty chains ; thence west eighty chains; 
thence south sixty chains ; thence east eighty chains 
to point of commencement. 

jyl3 W. C. McDOUGALL. 


.luiA 20th, 1899.] THE liUlTISn OOLUMBIA (GAZETTE. 


1 189 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


LAND LEASES. 


IU(! FOUR No. 1 MINFRAI. UI.AIM. 


Sm'ATK IN TIIK 'I'll.MI, (’UKKK MlNISO DIVISION OI-’ 
W’kst Kooi’kn.w Di.stkkt. Wiiiihi': i.orATKD — 
ON Soriiiic Mountain, .ioininc “Cakn liicAK.” 

rnAKK NOTK'K tliat. I, (). 15. N. Wilkio, Fm; 

I Minor’s (k'l titiriito No. ;5:5,74r)A, actiiiff as a^ciit 
for R. II. Smitli, l'’rw' M iiiors (Jertifioate No ul2,!lor), 
and R. W'. Nortlu\v, Froo .Minor’s (.'ortifioato No. 
.■>4,S2!K\, inUmd, sixty day.s from tlio <lato hereof, 
to a|)|)ly to tlie Mining Rooordor for a Certificate of 
Iinprovoments, for tlie pnrjiose of olitaining a Crown 
(irant of tlie aliove claim. 

And further take notioe that action, under section 
.‘57, nuust 1)0 eommenced before the issuance of such 
Cortitioato of Im])rovcments. 

Dated this 20th day of duly, 1899. 

0. 15. N. WILKIE, R.L.S. 


LAND NOTICES. 

N 'OTICE is hereby given, ])ursuant to the St.atnte, 
that I am ajiplying to the Chief (Aimmissioncr 
of Lanils and Works to jnircha.se .‘520 acres of monn- 
tain land, situated as follows, viz.: — Commencing at a 
])ost at the north-west corner stake of Bnchan’s Ranch, 
Kerenieos Valley ; thence west 40 chains ; thence south 
80 chains; thence east 40 chains to the south-west 
corner of Buchan’s Ranch ; thence north 80 chains 
along the western boundary line of Buchan’s Ranch 
to the point of commencement. 

C. S. MORRIS, 

Ai^plicant. 

Columbia, R. C., July 5th, 1S09. .j.V-d 


ASSIGNMENT NOTICES. 


NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 


I^OTICE is hereby given that David F. Douglas, 
X\| of the City of Vancouver, in the Province of 
British Columbia, real estate agent, has, by deed bear- 
ing date the .30th day of May, A.D. 1899, assigned all 
his personal estate, credits, and effects which may be 
seized and sold under execution, and all his real estate, 
to Walter S. Lazier, of the said City of Vancouver, 
accountant, in trust for the benefit of his creditors. 
The said deed was executed by the assignor and 
assignee on the 30th day of May, A.D. 1899, and per- 
sons having claims against the said David F. Douglas 
are required on or before the 1st day of July, A. D. 
1899, to send to the said assignee full particulars of 
the same, duly verified, together with the particulars 
of the security, if any, held by them. 

And notice is hereby given that after the said 1st 
day of July, A.D. 1899, the assignee will proceed to 
distribute the assets among those creditors whose 
claims have been lodged with him, and that he will 
not be responsible after said date for the assets so dis- 
tributed, or any part thereof, to any person or persons, 
firm or corporation of whose debt or claim he shall 
not then have received notice. 

A meeting of the creditors of the said David F. 
Douglas will be held at the office of Walter S. Lazier, 
.301, Cordova Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, on 
Thursday, the 29th day of .June, A.D. 1899, at the 
hour of 2:30 o’clock in the afternoon. 

Dated at Vancouver, British Columbia, this 31st day 
of May, 1899. 

D. S. WALLBRIDGE, 

Inns of Court Building, 

je8 Solicitor for the Assignee. 


LAND LEASES. 


■l^OTICE is hereby given that, thirty days after 
XN date, I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for a lease for 21 years, for pastor.al 
purposes, of the following described land : — 

Commencing at a post on the south side Chilcotin 
River, opposite A. Macauley’s ; thence westerly along 
the south bank of said liver about three miles ; thence 
south one mile ; thence east three miles ; thence north 
one mile to point of commencement, containing about 
1,920 acres, more or less. 

A. MACAULEY, 

A. GRAHAM. 

Alexis Creek, Chilcotin, Jidy 7th, 1899. jy20 


yeans 
land 
on noi l 


TVyO'l'ICE is lierel)y given that 30 'bbV” 

shall apply to the (Miief Commissioner of Lands 
ami Works for permission to lease for a term of 21 
, for pastond ])iirposes, the following described 
: — Commencing at south-west cfirner of Lot 241, 

ji th bank of Chilcotin River, near Alexis Creek ; 

thence westerly along the north bank of said river ff>r 
about three miles to south-east corner of Lot .581 ; 
t hence north 40 chains ; thence east to north-west 
corner of Lot 241; thence south to point of eommenc- 
ment ; containing about 1,000 acres, more or less. 

R. .1. 151 DWELL. 

Alexis Creek, June JJh, 1899. iC29 

N O'I’ICE is hereby given that 30 da 3 'H after date I 
shall apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for a lease of about 2,o00 acres of land for 
pastoral purposes: — Commencing at a post at the south- 
east corner of Lot (>5, Group 1, Cariboo District; 
thence following the north bank of the Chilcotin River 
down stream in an easterly direction for a distance of 
about eight miles ; thence north 40 chains ; thence 
westward to a point about 40 chains north of point of 
commencement ; thence south to point of commence- 
ment. 

ED. F. St. a. DAVIES. 
Chilcotin, May 2Uth, 1899. jc29 

AjO'rKJ)! is hereby given that .‘50 days after date I 
X\ intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to lease 80 acres of 
pastoral land, adjoining ni}' pre-emption : — Commen- 
cing at south-east corner of my pre-emption ; thence 
south 20 chains ; thence west 40 chains ; thence north 
20 chains ; chence east 40 chains to starting point. 

THOMAS POWER. 


106-Mile House, Cariboo Road, B. C., 
1st July, 1899. 


,iyi3 


n^rOTICE is hereby given that .30 days after date I 
XN shall apply to the Commissioner of Lands and 
Works for a lease of about 1,000 acres of land for 
pastoral purposes : — Commencing at a stake on line of 
Lot 2, Group 5 ; thence east 80 chains ; thence south 
120 chains ; thence west 40 chains ; thence north 40 
chains; thence west 40 chains; thence north 40 chains; 
thence west 40 chains ; thence north-east .50 chains to 
point of commencement. 

J. E.. N. SMITH. 

Clinton, June 29th, 1899. jy6 


5^ OTICE is hereby given that .30 days after date I 
X s intend to apply to the Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for permission to lease 30 acres of land 
(meadow) in Atlin Division, Cassiar District : — Com- 
mencing at a stake about one-half mile south-easterly 
from the south-east corner of Block 21 of the Atlin 
Townsite, marked “H. B., south-west corner”; thence 
north 15 chains ; thence east 20 chains ; thence south 
15 chains ; thence west 20 chains, more or less, to 
initial post. 

H. BURNET. 

Atlin, B. C., AI ay 20th, 1899. jy6 

OTICE is hereby given that at the expiration of 
X>l 00 days I intend to apply to the Honourable 
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permis- 
sion to lease 1,000 acres, more or less, of pastoral land 
for 21 years, situated on Dog Creek Mountain, adjoin- 
ing the pre-emptions of .Jas. Place, Isadore Gaspard 
and William Meason, botw^een what is known as the 
Big Gulch and Dog Creek. 

JOS. PIDGEON, 

Dog Creek, June 16th, 1899. jg22 

N otice is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
intend to apply to the Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for permission to lease 30 acres of land 

(meadow) in Atlin Division, Cassiar District, B. C. : 

Commencing at a stake marked “ H. E. Y. south- 
east corner,” 15 chains south of H. Burnet’s initial 
post ; thence northerly 30 chains ; thence westerly 10 
chains ; thence southerly 30 chains ; thence east 10 
chains, more or less, to the initial post. 

H. E. YOUNG. 

Atlin, B.C., Alay 20th, 1899. jy 0 


1190 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[July 20th, 1899 


LAND LEASES. 


OTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date I, 
Andrew McCreight Creery, intend making appli- 
cation to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for permission to lease the following des- 
cribed Crown lands : — Commencing at a point in the 
north boundary of Section 9, Block 3 North, Range 7 
W est, Lulu Island, New Westminster District, said 
point being distant 1,984J feet west from the north- 
east corner of Section 9 ; thence west and following 
the north boundary of said Section 9, or the production 
thereof, 655^ feet; thence south 660 feet, more or less, 
to the bank of the Fraser River ; thence easterly and 
following the said bank of the Fraser River 1,100 feet; 
thence north 31 degrees 00 minutes (31.00) west 800 
feet, more or less, to the point of commencement; and 
containing 14 acres, more or less. 

Dated June 10th, 1899. 

je22 A. McC. CREERY. 

OTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
shall apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for a lease for 21 years, for pastoral pur- 
poses, the following described land : — Commencing at 
a post situated on the north bank of the Chilcotin 
River, about three miles above Crowhurst’s house ; 
thence west for about 3 t\ miles along bank of river to 
the south-east corner of R. Newton’s purchase claim ; 
thence north 80 chains; thence east for about 3-o- miles; 
thence south to point of commencement ; and contain- 
ing about 2,300 acres, more or less. 

T. A. ARMSTRONG. 

Alexis Creek, June Jilh, 1899. je29 

OTICE is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
shall apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for a lease for 21 years, for pastoral pur- 
poses, of the following described land : — Commencing 
at the north-west corner of Lot 381, situated on the 
Chilcotin River ; thence south 40 chains ; thence west 
80 chains ; thence south to Chilcotin River ; thence 
west along north bank of said river for a distance of 
about 2^ miles ; thence north 80 chains ; thence east 
to point of commencement ; containing about 2,500 
acres, more or less. 

THOS. R. YOUNG. 

Alexis Greek, June 4th, 1899. je29 


west 20 chains ; thence north 40 chains ; thence east 
10 chains ; thence north 40 chains ; thence east 10 
chains, more or less, to shore of a lake or lagoon ; 
thence following said shore to point of commencement. 

No. 3. — Commencing at a post on east shore of 
Redonda Island ; thence west 100 chains ; thence 
north 20 chains ; thence east to shore ; thence along 
shore to place of commencement. 

THULIN BROS. 

Lund, B.C., 21st June, 1899. je29 

riJAKE NOTICE that 60 days after date I will apply 
I to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works 
for a licence to cut timber from the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a stake in Clerms Bay, on 
Mable Lake ; thence one-half mile east ; thence two 
and one-half miles south ; thence one-half mile west ; 
thence two and one-half miles north along lake shore 
to point of commencement ; 1,000 acres, more or less. 

WM. JOHNSTON. 

Vernon, B.G., June 30th, 1899. jy6 


LAND REGISTRY ACT. 


“LAND REGISTRY ACT.” 


In the matter of the applic.ation of the Koksilah 
Quarry Company, Limited Liability, for .v 
Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the east 
HALF OF sections SIX (6) AND SEVH:N (7), RANGE 
SEVEN (VII.), Quamichan Di.strict, and the 
WEST half OF SECTION SIX (6), RANGE EIGHT 

(VIII.), Quamichan District, except part (4.79 
acres) thereof which was by deed dated 18th 
December, 1895, conveyed to the Esquimalt 
AND Nanaisio Railway Company. 

OTICE is hereby given that it is my intention to 
issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the 
above lands to the Koksilah Quarry Company, Limited 
Liability, on the 1st day of September next, unless in 
the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to me 
in writing by some person having an estate or interest 
therein, or in some part thereof. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

Registrar- General. 

Land Registry Office, Victoria, B. C., 

18th May, 1899. jel 






J^rOTICE is hereby given that 60 days after date, we 
the undersigned, intend to make application to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for per- 
mission to lease 1,600 acres of pasture land, situated 
as follows : — Starting at a stake marked S. E. corner, 
placed on the north shore of Penzene Lake near the 
the outlet, and following the north shore of lake in a 
westerly direction 400 chains ; thence north 40 chains ; 
thence east 400 chains ; thence south 40 chains to 


LAND REGISTRY ACT.” 


point of commencement. 


June 14 th, 1899. 


F. C. COPELAND. 

W. COPELAND. 

I. STEWART. 

E. D. SHERINGHAM. 


je22 


TIMBER LICENCES. 


rpAKE NOTICE that 60 days after date I intend 
1 applying to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works to cut timber on the following (leRcril)cd 
land : — Commencing at a stake on the south bank of 
the Spallumchecn River, at Mable Lake ; tlience one 
mile south; thence one and one-half miles wc.sU, thence 
one mile north ; thence one and one-half miles east 
along bank of river to place of commencement; 1,000 
acres, more or less. 

H. SMITH. 

Vernon, B.C., June 30th, 1899. .b'6 

N otice is hereby given that 30 days after date we 
intend to make application to the Honourable 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a 
special licence to cut and carry away timber from the 
following described lands in Coast District : 

No. L— Commencing at the north-west corner of 
O’Neill’s pre-emy)tion. Deep Valley, Ramsay Arm ; 
thence east 120 chains; thence north 40 chains; thence 
west to shore ; thence along shore to place of com- 
mencement. , , 1 f T? 

No. 2. — Commencing at post at liead ot Deep Bay, 

Desolation Sound ; thence south 20 chains ; thence 


In the matter of the application of The Esquimalt 
Water- Works Company, of the City of Victoria., 
British Columbia, for a Certificate of Indefeasible 
Title to Sections one hundred and thirteen ( CXIII. ), 
one hundred and fourteen ( CXIV.), and west part 
(68 acres ) of Sections one hundred and fifteen 
(CXV. ), and one hundred and sixteen ( GXVL), 
Lake Distnet; Sections 23a ( XXIIIa. ) ( formerly 
Section thirteen (XIII.), Lake District), part (5 
acres) of Section three (III.), Range two (II.) 
west. Sections one (1), two (2), three (3), four ( 4) 
and five (5), Range one (1) ivest. Sections three 
(3), four (4), and five (5), and part of Sections 
one (1) and two (2), Range 0 JlYs'L Highland 
District ; and Sections six (6 ), one hundred and 
three (CllL), and part of Sections ninety-.seven 
( XG VI I.), and one hundred and seven ( CX VII.), 
Esquimal t Dist rid. 

^TOTICE is hereby given that it is my intention to 
issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the 
above lands to 4'he Esijuiinalt Water- W’orks Company 
on the (itli day of October next, unless in the mean- 
time a valid objection thereto bo made to me in writing 
bv sonic jierson having an estate or interest therein, or 
in some yiart thereof. 

[L..S.] 8. Y. W’OOTTON, 

Registrar -General. 

Land Registry Office, 

Victoria, B.C.', 4th July, 1899. jyO 


LAND NOTICES. 


fivyO'ITCE is hereby given that I , W'illiam Herbert 
Hind, intend, 30 days from date hereof, to 
apply to tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands and W'm-ks 
for permission to purchase 160 acres of land near Twin 
Lakes, in Township 89, Osoyoos Division of Yale 
District. 

joi5 W. H. HIND. 


July 20tii, 1899.] TIIM HUITISII COLUMinA (JAZETTK. 


1191 


LAND NOTICES. 

N ' O'l'K'l''. is lieroby given that 1, (Jliarles DelUois 
(lieon, intend .'?() da_ys from date to api)ly to the 
t'lnef Commissioner of Lands and Works foi- permis- 
sion to pnri'hase UiO acres of land situate on 'I'win 
Lakes, in 'rownshij) 8!), Osoyoos Division of 'I’ale 
District. 

join C. dkH. (JKKKN. 

lyT OTICK is lierehy given that DO days after date 1 
intend to aj)ply to the Chief (Commissioner of 
Lands and W'ork.s for permission to purcliase the fol- 
lowing described laud, situated four miles east of 
Sloeau River, on Lemon Creek, at the mouth of the 
khrst North Fork, in West Kootenay District : — 
Starting from a post marked “ J. M. iIcCregor’s N. 
W. corner” ; thence soutii 40 eliains ; thence east 40 
chains; thence north 40 chains; thence west 40 chains 
to place of beginning; tlie whole containing IDO acres. 
Dated June doth, 1890. 

jyD J. M. McGRECOR. 

XT OTICK is hereby given that one month after date 
J.\l 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works, at Victoria, for permission to pur- 
chase an island in the Kootenay River, opposite Lots 
‘2, .374 and 1,901, in Group 1, in the District of East 
Kootenay, at the north-east corner of which a post is 
planted marked “ A. McD’s. north-east corner post.” 
Said island containing 10 acres of land, more or less. 

Dated this .30tli day of .June, 1899. 
jyl3 A. McDOUGALL. 

X J UTICE is hereby given that I, the undersigned, 
Charles F. Caldwell, intend, DO days after date 
hereof, to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for permission to purchase the following 
described hind namely: — Starting at initial post placed 
by or near Schroder Creek and running south twelve 
hundred (1200) feet; thence east four hundred feet; 
thence north twelve hundred feet (1200); thence west 
four hundred feet to place of beginning. Situated in 
Ainsworth mining Division, West Kootenay District, 
and eight miles north from Kaslo. 

Dated May 14th, 1899. 

C. F. CALDWELL, 

Witness: M. M. GROTHE. 

C. H. Evans. my26 

N otice is hereby given that 60 days after date I, 
W. D. McGregor, intend to apply to the Chief 
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to 
purchase the following described tract of land, situated 
four miles east of Slocan River, on Lemon Creek, at 
the mouth of the First North Fork, in West Koote- 
nay District : — Starting from a post marked “ W. D. 
McGregor’s N. E. corner”; thence south 40 chains; 
thence west 40 chains; thence north 40 chains; thence 
east 40 chains to place of beginning ; the whole con- 
taining 160 acres. 

Dated June 30th, 1899. 

jy6 W. D. McGREGOR. 

l^OTTCE is hereby given that 60 days after date I 
XN intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the fol- 
lowing described tract of land, viz.: — Commencing at 
a post located about one mile north-easterly of the 
junction of McRae and Day Creeks, and about six 
miles from Christina Lake, Yale District ; thence run- 
ning 40 chains east ; thence 120 chains north ; thence 
40 chains west ; thence 120 chains south to point of 
commencement ; comprising 480 acres. 

WALTER C. ARCHER. 


Rossland, B.C., June 1st, 1899. 


jeS 


N otice is hereby given that one month after date 
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the fol- 
lowing described land : — Situated on the east shore of 
Christina Lake, in the Yale District, having outlet of 
Baker Creek, and starting from a post marked “ S. C. 
Chezuni’s south-west coiaiei post”; thence east one mile 
to south-east corner post ; thence north one-half mile 
to north-east corner post ; thence west one mile to 
north-west corner post ; thence south along shore of 
lake to starting point ; containing 320 acres, more or 
less. 


je8 


Dated June 3rd, 1899. 


S. C. CHEZUM. 


LAND NOTICES. 


N O'I’lCI'l is Iioreby given that at tlie ex])iration of 
()0 days from t lie date hereof I intend to apply 
to tlie Honoui’ablo Cliief Commissioner of l.ands and 
Woi'ks for permission to purchase HiO acres of surveyed 
mountain pasturage, situated in White Valley, namely, 
'I’ownship 40, Section 23, east lialf soutli-wost (piarter 
and west half south-east quarter, and containing IDO 
acriis. 

M. A. F. LINDSAY. 

Vernon, B. C., Ju 15th, 1899. je22 

nVTO'riCE is herel)y given tliat I, C. H. Mackintosli, 
intend thirty (30) days fi'om date to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to j)ui'- 
chaso the following tract of land situate on the east 
shore of Upper Arrow Lake, south of and adjoining 
Lot 2,4ol, Gi'ouj) 1: — Commencing at a ])ost marked 
C. H. Mackintosh north-west corner, said j)ost adjoin- 
ing the south-west cornel' of Lot 2,4.'51 , G. 1; tlience 
east twenty (20) chains; tlience south forty (40) 
chains; tlience west twenty (20) chains, more or loss, 
to the shore of Upper Arrow T.ake ; thence north along 
the shore line to point of commencenient, containing 
eighty (80) acres, more or less. 

C. H. MACKINd’OSH, 

/Yr N. F. ’rowNSENi). 

Jnit/ 9th, 1899. jyL3 

TV T OTTCE is hereby given that 30 days after date I 
i\| intend ,to apply to the Chief Comniissioiier of 
Lands and Works, at Victoria, for permission to jnir- 
chase the following described land : — Coniinencing at 
the north-west corner of Lot 4D, Group 1 ; thence 
south 40 chains; thence west 14 chains; thence north- 
etly along the easterly bank of the Columbia River 
to the south-west corner of Lot .53 ; thence east 30 
chains to the place of commencement ; containing in 
all 120 acres, more or less. 

SARAH LaRUE GALBRAITH. 


May 11th, 1899. 


jy6 


N otice is hereby given that two months after 
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commis- 
sioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 
the following described land : — Lots numbers 2,578 
and 2,579, being on the Columbia River, in the Dis- 
trict of East Kootenay, and containing 355.8 and 
212.7 acres, respectively, be the same more or less. 

Dated at Golden, 3rd July, 1899. 
jy6 H. E. FORSTER. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 

NEW BRUNSWICK, DEADWOOD, AND FLOR- 
ENCE MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West 
Kootenay District. Where located — On 
\\Tld Horse Creek, about miles from Ymir. 

rn AKE NOTICE that I, J. D. Anderson, P.L.S., of 
X Trail, B. C., acting as agent for The New Bruns- 
wick Consolidated Gold Mining Company, Limited, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. 13,136a, intend, 60 days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 7th day of June, 1899. 
je29 J. D. ANDERSON. 


PIONEER AND REVENUE MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where located — In Dead- 
wood Came, one-half mile west of the Mor- 
rison Mineral Claim. 

riJAKE NO I ICE that John Howard Macfarlane, 
I Free Miner’s Certificate No. 19,622a, intends, 60 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 10th day of June, 1899. 


1192 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20tii, 1899. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


IRONCLAD MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Gr.vnd Forks Mining Division of 
\ ALE District. Where located — Wellinc;- 
TON Camp. 

T ake notice that we, William J. Porter, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 8,24.5a, John J. Farrell, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. S,090a, and George 
Rnmberger, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 143,.339, in- 
tend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to 
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, 
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the 
above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 20th day of May, 1899. jel 


SINBAD MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where located — Welling- 
ton Camp, adjoining the Hartford Mineral 

CL.A.IM. 

T ake notice that I, Chas. H. Ellacott, acting 
as agent for J. F. Reddy, Esq., Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 12,911 a, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining 
a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And fiu'ther take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 25th day of May, 1899. 

C. H. ELLACOTT, 

jel P. L. S., Etc. 


BUFFALO No. 2, ONTARIO, AND GREAT 
BRITAIN MINERAL CLAIMS. 


SiTU.ATE IN THE TrA,IL CrEEK MiNING DIVISION OF 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
On the west slope of O. K. Mountain. 
rpAKE NOTICE that I, Kenneth L. Burnet, acting 
I as agent for George R. Killam, Free Miner’s 
(special) licence No. 651, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
34,063 a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated tliis 1st day of June, 1899. 
jel KENNETH L. BURNET. 


EXCELSIOR MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale 
District. Where located — Aisout a mile and 
a half east of Penticton. 

rnAKE NOTICE tliat I, J. P. Burnyeat, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 18,961a, acting as agent 
for Clement Vacher, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
14,338a, and Mark Howard, Fi'ee Miner’s Certificate 
No. 45,203a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Iin])rovements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And furtlier take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced liefore the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 25th day of May, 1899. jel 


WEBFOO'r MINERAL CLAIM. 

Situate; in the Osov'oos Mining Division of ^ale 
District. Where located -Kruger Moun- 
tain. 

rnAKE NO'I'ICE that I, Chas. DeBlois Green, Free 
1 Miner’s Certificate No. 18,202a, for iny.self and 
as agent for J. F. Campbell, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No 18,262a ; and for H. S. Teates, Free Miner’s Cer- 


tificate No. 28,1S9a, if\tend, sixty days from tlie date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Cer- 
tificate of Impi’ovements, for the purpose of obtaining 
a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 23rd day of May, 1899. 
jel C. DeB. GREEN. 


EUREKA No. 2 (LOT 2,284) AND MINERAL 
HILL (LOT 2,285) MINERAL CLAIMS. 

Situate in the Slogan Mining Division of 'West 
Kooten.a.y District. Where located — On 
NORTH SIDE OF SaNDON CrEEK, OPPOSITE SlOCAN 
Star Mine, one mile east of Sandon, B. C. 
rnAKE NOTICE that I, Robert E. Palmer, agent 
I for the AVar Eagle Consolidated Mining and 
Development Company, Limited, Free Miner’s Certifi- 
cate No. 13,171a, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 1st day of June, 1899. 
jel R. E. PALMER. 


MOTHER LODE, DALY, AJAX, MOTHER LODE 
FRACTION, AND AJAX FRACTION 
MINERAL CLAIMS. 

Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division of 
Yale District. W'here located — In Burnt 
Basin. 

T ake notice that I, N. F. Townsend, acting as 
agent for Thomas Mayne Daly, PYee Miner’s 
Certificate No. 34,653a, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 6th day of June, 1899. 
je29 N. F. TOWNSEND. 


STANDARD, BODIE, JUPITER AND BODIE 
FRACTION MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of WY,st 
Kootenay District. Where loc.vted — On 
South Slope of Golden King Mountain, and 
East Slope of Toad Mountain. 

T ake notice that I, F. C. Green, of Nelson, as 
agent for the Falls View Gold and Silver Mining 
Company, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 1511,846, intend, 
60 days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this Pith day of June, 1899. jy6 


J. S. FRACTIONAL MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where located — In Summit 
Camp. 


rnAKE NOTICE that I, Jolin A. Coryell, as agent 
1 for Boyd Jarrell, Free Miner’s Certilicate No. 
116,794, and Henry Snibley, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 8,380a, intend, 60 days from tlic date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Inqirovements. 

Dated this 20th day of June, 1899. 

JOHN A. CORYELL, 


jy(> 


A(jent. 


1 1 0.3 


Jur.Y 20 th, ISOO.] TIIK BKITISH COLUMBIA (JAZI^TTK. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 

IU)N DIAIO.K MINKHAL CLAIM. 

SlTUATK IN TIIK VkKNON MiNINI! DIVISION OI>' \'aI,K 

Distkut. Wiikkk i.ocatko Tiikkk and onk- 

IIAI.K MII.KS NOUTIl-KAST Oh' Vi'.RN'ON. 


apiily to tlio Milling IviRiorder loi' R (JcrLilicaio of 
linpi'ovonuiiits, for tlio purpose of olitaiiiing a (oowii 
(Jraiit of tlu: aliove (daini. 

And fiirtlicr take iiot iee that action, under Hection 
.‘17, must lie ooinnuiiiced liefore the issnanee of siieli 
CA'i'tifieate of Iinproveinents. 

Dated this .‘iOtli day of May, IS!)!). 
jeS JOIIM Mol.ATCIIJK. 


rp.'\KK NOTKIFi that I, lliehard.l. Davies, Secretary 
1 of the Hon Diahle Mining Company, l.imited. 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. 1S,!)17a, intend, on behalf 
of said Company, sixty days from the date liereof, 
to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certitieate of 
Jmprovements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
(I rant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
,S7, must he commeiiced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 20th day of .June, IS!)!). 

R. .1. DAVIFS. 

jc2!) Secretary, Bo'll, Diahle Coinpany, JAmited. 


SCOd’CH 'nilSTJ.K MINFRAL CLAIM (LO'I’ 

2,290). 


Situate in the Slogan City Mining Division of 
West Kootenay Di.sthict. Where located — 
On North Fork of Sfrinoer (htEioK, arout 
. 5 MILES EAST OF Sl.OCAN CiTY. 
rpAKK NOTICE that I, .Tohn Hirsch, as agent for 
R. A. Camphell-Johuston, Free Miner’s Certifi- 
cate No. 9, .370a, intend, sixty days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced liefore the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 15th day of September, 1898. 
my26 JOHN HIRSCH. 


OGEMA MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Slogan Mining Division of We.st 
Kootenay District. YVhere located — In the 
Ruby Silver Basin, joining the Silver Cord 

ON THE north-east. 


rpAKE NOTICE that I, W. .J. H. Holmes, acting 
X as agent for Wm. J. Tretheway, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 97, -114, and .James Nicholson, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 10,263a, intend, sixty days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim. 


And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 26th day of May, 1899. 

W. .1. H. HOLMES, P. L. S., 


jel 


Agent. 


RED STAR MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Ainsworth Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. MMere located — 
On Twelve-Mile Creek. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Charles A. Stoess, of Kaslo, 
B. C., acting as agent for George Brine, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 39,348a, intend, sixty days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Re- 
corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the pur- 
pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 13th day of .June, 1899. 
je22 CHARLES A. STOESS. 


GREENHORN FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Nekson Mining Division of West 
Kootenay District. Where loc.vted — On 
east side of Eagle Creek, between the Poor- 
man, White, and Granite Miner.\l Claims. 

T ake notice that I, .John McLatchie, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. b1 1,101, acting as agent 
for E. 0. Nelson, Free Miner’s Certificate No. b1 1,277, 
and J. P. Swedberg, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
b11,243, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to 


BRADFORD MlNERAl. CLAIM. 


SlTU.VI’E IN THE 'I’RAII. CREEK MiNING DIVISION OF 
W'est Kootenay District. Where lo(!Atkd — 
On the ea.st side of Big Sheef Creek, on 
Huckleberry .Mountain, and about 20 miles 

FROM Ro.SSLAND. 

ri’^AKE NO'I’ICE that 1, .John B. Chantrell (acting 
1 as .agent for Edward Airey, Free Miner’s Cer- 
tificate No. 8,812a), Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
12,751a, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Alining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further Lake notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 24th day of October, 1898. 
jyl3 JOHN B. CHANTRELL. 


HARTFORD AND RANGER MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division of 
Yale Di, strict. Where located — Wellington 
Camp. 

mAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerby, acting 
X as agent for Hannibal L. .Jones, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 19,092a, and John Rogers, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 8,171a, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 4th day of July, 1899. 

FORBES M. KERBY, 

jyl3 Agent. 


RUNOVER MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Divi.sio'n of 
West Kootenay Di.strict. Where located — 
On Deer Park Mountain, east of and adjoin- 
ing THE Mineral Claim Mayflower No. 2. 
rrjAKE NOTICE that I, H. B. Smith, acting as 
I agent for J. B. Reynolds, Free Miner’s Certifi- 
cate No. 12,983a, William Collins, Free Miner’s Cer- 
tificate No. 33,481, and Geo. G. Reynolds, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 12,984a, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
c.ate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 6th day of May, 1899. 

myl8 H. B. SMITH. 


J. AND J., FIRST GIMP, SYDNEY, EARLY 
MORN, MAYFLOWER FRACTION, MOUN- 
TAIN LION, MOUNTAIN LION FRACTION, 
AND HOMESTAKE FRACTION MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 


SiTU.YTE IN THE TrAIL CrEEK MiNING DIVISION OF 

West Kootenay District. Where loc.yted 

About two miles south of Rossland, on the 
west slope of Lake Mountain. 

T ake notice thatl, M. a. Green, acting as agent 
for the English- Canadian Coinpany, Limited, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. b1. 3,347, intend, 60 days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 12th day of July, 1899. iyi 3 


1194 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. |July 20th, 1899. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


TYRO, TYRO FRACTION, AND BOATSWAIN 
FRACTION MINERAL CLAIMS. 


felTUATB IN THE SlOCAN MiNINC. DIVISION OF WeST 
Kootenay District. MYiere located — About 

ONE AND ONE-IIALF MILES SOUTH OF NeW DeNVER. 

rriAKL NOTICE that I, W. S. Drewry, acting as 
L agent for the North-West Mining Syndicate, 
Limited, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 32,676 a, intend, 
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Min- 
ing Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for 
tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must lie commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 16th day of May, 1S99. 
my 18 W. S. DREWRY. 


CORNELL MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Nanaimo Mining Division of 
Nanaimo District. Where Located— On Dis- 
trict Lot 14, Texada Island. 

T ake notice that I, WilUam A. Bauer, agent 
for the Van Anda Copper and Gold Co., Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 702a, intend, sixty days from 
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for 
a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 24th day of May, 1899. 
my26 W. A. BAUER, P.L.S. 


GIRL OF THE PERIOD AND BEAVER MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division op 
Yale District. Where Loc.vted — In Wel- 
lington Camp. 

T ake notice that we, William J. Porter, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 8,245a and John J. Far- 
rell, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 8,090a, intend, sixty 
days from the date hereof to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 20th day of May, 1899. jel 


FLORENCE MINERAL CLAIM. 


And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 22nd day of May, 1899. 
jyl3 J. A. KIRK. 


BEAVER No. 2 MINERAL CLAIM. 

Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
On the Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway 
AT Say ward, B.C. 

ri'lAKE NOTICE that I, Jolm D. Anderson, P.L.S. , 
I of Trail, B.C., acting as agent for Harrison Corey, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. b12,806, intend, sixty 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
piu’pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above 
claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Iinjirovements. 

Dated this 13th day of June, 1899. 
je22 J. D. ANDERSON. 

FLORENCE (FRACTIONAL) MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where Located — In Dead- 
wood Camp. 

T ake notice that l, Jolm Howard Macfarlane, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. 19,622 a, intend, 60 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the ^Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Imjrrovements, for tlie 
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated the 23rd day of June, 1899. je29 


ORO FIND AND INDEPENDENCE MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 


Situated in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale 
District. Where located — On McC.mges 
Mountain, Fairview Camp. 

n^AKE NOTICE that I, Fleming Robinson, acting 
I as agent for The Oro Fino Mines Company, 
Limited, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 32,640 a, intend, 
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Min- 
ing Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for 
the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 23rd day of June, 1899. 
je29 FLEMING ROBINSON. 


Situate in the Ainsworth Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. Where located— 
South-west of and ad.ioining the Ibex Min- 
eral Claim, at the headwaters of Lyle Creek. 


rnAKE NOTICE tliat I, W. J. H. Holmes, acting 
1 as agent for Robert F. Green, Free Miner’s Cer- 
tificate No. 23,264a, and Samuel H. Green, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 22,948a, intend, 60 days from 
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for 
a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtain- 
ing a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 6th day of July, 1899. 

W. J. H. HOLMES, P. L. S., 
jyl3 Auent. 


WELLINGTON, WELLINGTON No. 1, WEL 
LINGTON No. 2, MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division 
OF Yale District. Where located — In Long 
Lake Camp. 

rilAKE NOTICE that I, William James Harris, 
J[ Free Miner’s Certificate No. 79,645, intend, sixty 
days from the date hereof, to ajijdy to the Mining Re- 
corder for a Certificate of Imju-ovemonts, for the pur- 
pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And furtlier take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 18th day of May, 1899. jel 


LITTLE BERTHA MINERAL CLAIISI. 


SKYLARK AND BLOCKSBERG MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of 
We, ST Kootenay District. Where iaicated— 
Ad.ioining tjie Erie Mineral Claim (I^ot 
1,277, Group J). 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, >L A. Kirk, acting as agent 
1 forF. R. Blockberger, Free Miners Certificate 
No. 34,240 a, intend, 60 days from the date liei-eof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claims, j 


Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Divlsion of 
Yale District. Where loc.ited — Brown’s 
Camp. 

T ake notice that I, Fred Wollaston, as agent 
for A. T. Kendrick, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
19,541 a, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to apply 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Imjirovemeuts. 

Dated this 7th day of June, 1899. jel5 


1195 


luiA- 20 tii, 1899.] .TllK imiTlSH COLUMHrA (lAZKTTE. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


RKl) RLUFK MINKHAR CI.AliM. 


SlTlT.\TK IN TIIK Th.VII, CkKKIC MiNINC DIVISION OK 
Wkst Kootkn.w Distkict. W’iikkk locatko — 

AliOUT ONK-TltlKD OK A MILK HAST OK TIIK lloTKL 
AT Say WARD. 

rM.‘\KK NO'I'IC^K tlmt 1, F. A. Willviii, acting aa 
I agent for .laiuoa Scott, Free Minor’s Certificate 
No. intend, (iO days from the date hereof, to 

apply to the Mining lleeorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
(irant of tlie above claim. 

And further take notiee tliat action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of sucli 
Certifieate of Improvements. 

Dated this 7tli day of .June, 1S99. 
je8 F. A. WILKIN. 

COLUMBIA MINFRAL CLAIM. 

SiTUATK IN TIIK TkAIR CrEEK MiNINO DiVI.SION OK 
\Ve.st Kootenay District. Where located — 
On Lookout Mountain, adjoinino the Fan- 
DANiio Mineral Claim. 

rnAKE NOTICE tluit I, ,J. D. Anderson, P. L. S., 
I of Trail, B. C., acting as agent for R. S. Ander- 
son, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 33,73Ga, intend, 
sixty days from the date hereof, to ap[>ly to the Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown Orant of the above 
claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.37, nm.st be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this I2th day of Maj’’, 1899. 
niy26 J. D. ANDERSON. 


POTHOOK, BONANZA, GOLD MASK, MID- 
NIGHT, NIGHT HAWK, BOSS, PIPER 
AND CLIFF MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Kamloop.s Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where loc.ated — About 7i 
MILES south-west OF KaMLOOPS. 

T ake notice that I, Hugh G. Ashby, as agent 
for the Scottish Copper Mines Syndicate of Brit- 
ish Columbia, Limited, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
b 16,158, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to apply 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 6th day of July, 1899. 
jyl3 HUGH G. ASHBY. 


BELLE OF OTTAWA, MOUNTAIN MONARCH 
AND WAR EAGLE MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situated in the Grand Forks Mining Division 
OF Yale District. Where Located — Brown’s 
Camp. 

T ake notice that I, Fred Wollaston, as agent 
for Jas. Seales, F. M. C., 8,315a, George E. Drew, 
F. M. C.,' 16,599a, Helen J. McColl, 16,795a, and 
.lulia O’Connor, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 8,.396a, 
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to 
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 15th da}^ of May, 1899. my26 


MAPLE LEAF (L. 3,262, G. 1), ST. MARY (L. 
3,261, G. 1), MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West 
Kootenay District. Where located — On the 
south bank of Kootenay River and adjacent 
to the Roy.yl Canadian group. 

T ake notice that I, . John Hirsch, as agent for 
the Maple Leaf Mining and Development Com- 
pany, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 16,750a, intend, 60 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 


pur|)ose of obfaining a Crown Grant of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 37, 
must be commenced before the i.ssuance of such Cer- 
tificate of Imjtrovcments. 

Dated this Uh day of May, 1899. 
jel JOHN 1I1R.SC1L 

BLVE MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Nel.son Mining Division ok West 
Kootenay Distrk-t. VV'here located On 
Wild I1or.se (htEEK, about 4^ miles krom the 
d’owN OK Ymir. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, N. F. d'ownsend, acting as 
1 agent for H. L. A. Keller, h’ree Miner’s Certifi- 
cate No. 34,3()8a, a. L. Keller, l^’rec Miner’s Certificate 
No. 34,3U9.\, F. S. Algiers, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 34,310a, and E. E. Lynn John.son, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 44,97 L\, intend, 6f) days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 15th day of May, 1899. 
niy26 N. F. ’I’OWNSEND. 

CENTENNIAL MINERAL CLAIM (LOT 3,147, 
GROUP 1). 

Situate in the Ain.sworth Mining Division of 
We.st Kootenay District. Where located — 
On Krao Creek, near Waggon Road, about 
FOUR miles from Ainsworth. 
rnAKE NOTICE that I, John Hirsch, as agent for 
J._ Robert Ira Kirkwood, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 22,432a, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 11th day of August, 1898. 
my26 JOHN HIRSCH. 


EARTHQUAKE, PHIL SHERIDAN, AND NEW 
LAST CHANCE MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where Located— In Brown ’.s 
C.AMP. 

T ake notice that I, Frank Sears, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 19, 022a, as agent for the Earth- 
quake Consolidated Gold Mining Company, Limited,” 
“Non-Personal Liability,” Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. b 6,771, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im- 
provements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 25th day of May, 1899. 

my26 FR,ANK SEARS. 

GOLDEN CALF AND CANADIAN PACIFIC 
MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of We.st 
Kootenay District. Where located — On the 
Divide, on the north side of Wild Horse 
Creek, about five miles from Ymir. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, J. D. Anderson, P. L. S., 
JL of Trail, B. C. , acting as agent for M. DesBrisay, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. b1 1,440, Thos. Gallon, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. 13,559a, E. Peters, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. b1 1,238, Chas. Dundee', Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 9,840a, and T. S. McPherson 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. i?l 1,218, intend, sixty 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under seetion 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 17th day of June, 1899. 
je29 J. D. ANDERSON. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. . [July 20th, 1899. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


GRANIIE, WHITE SWAN, BLUE GROUSE, RED 

white swan FRAC- 
IION, AND lAMARACK FRACTION MIN- 
liiRAL CXjAIMS, 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of M’^est 
Kootenay District. Where locateo — On the 
EAST side of Eagle Creek. 

T ake notice that I, Archie Main waring- John- 
son, as agent for the Duncan Mines, Limited 
(Foreign), Free Miner’s Certificate No. isl 1,490, intend, 
sixty days from tlie date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must he commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 6th day of July, 1899. 
jyl3 ARCHIE MAINWARING-JOHNSON. 


IRON CLAD, SPOKANE, NELLIE GREY, DELTA 
AND ITTTSBERG MINERAL CLAIMS. 


SiTU.iTE IN THE TrAIL CreEK MiNING DIVISION OF 
West Kootenay District. M’here located — 
About three miles ub Sullivan Creek. 

T ake notice that I, Wm. E. Devereux, acting 
as agent for T. A. Cameron, Free Miner’s Cer- 
tificate No. 33,788, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the jmrpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, niust be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 3rd day of July, 1899. 
jyl3 WM. E. DEVEREUX, P. L. S. 


MIDNIGHT AND CENTAUR MINERAL CLAIMS. 


ROYAL CANADIAN, COLORADO, NEVADA, 
ROY No. 2, MINNIE, COLORADO FRACTION, 
NEVADA FRACTION, AND MOKEN BIRD 
FRACTION MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West 
Kootenay’ District. Where located — Be- 
tween Eagle and Forty’-Nine Creeks. 

T ake notice that I, Archie Mainwaring-John- 
son, actiiYg as agent for the Duncan Mines, Limited 
(Foreign), Free Miner’s Certificate No. b 11,490, intend, 
60 days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 6th day of July, 1899. 
jyl3 ARCHIE MAINWARING-JOHNSON. 


EDNA, JENNIE, S. C., GOPHER FRACTION, 
S. C. FRACTION, MONTEREY, BOBOLINK 
AND A. B. C. MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of 
We.st Kootenay Distriut. Where located — 
About U miles south of Ro.ssland, in the 
VALLEY between DEER PaRK AND LaKE MOUN- 
TAINS. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, M. A. Green, acting as 
JL agent for the English-Canadian Company, Limited, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. b 13,347, intend, 60 days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 12th day of July, 1899. jyl3 


BLACK WITCH, WHITE WITCH, KOOTNIA 
STAR, GOLDEN STAR, NORTH STAR, 
GREAT WESTERN, GREA'I EASTERN, 
GOLDEN ERA, IRENE, GOLDEN CHAIN, 
GOLD BELL, KALISPELL, AND GRAND 
PRIZE MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of We.st 
Kootenay’ District. W’here located — On 
'Toad Mountain, northerly from the Silver 
King Mine. 


"lAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, of Nelson, as 
agent for A. H. Kelly, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 21,93i), A. H. Buchanan, Free Miner’s Certificate 





cate No. 21,739, intend, sixty days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Imiirovenients, for the purpose of obtaining 
a Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 4th day of July, 1899. 

jyl3 F. C. GREEN. 


Situate in the Slogan Mining Division of West 
Kootenay District. Where located — On 
Four-Mile Creek, two miles from Silverton, 

B. C. 

T ake notice that I, Chas. E. Hope, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 7,942a, intend, 60 days from the 
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Cer- 
tificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining 
Crown Grants of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 4th day of July, 1899. jyl3 

EMILY EDITH FRACTION, EAGLE, EAGLE 
FRACTION, AND IRONCLAD MINERAL 
CLAIAIS. 


Situate in the Slogan Mining Division of West 
Kootenay District. Where located — On 
Four-Mile Creek, about two miles from Sil- 
verton, B. C. 

T ake notice that I, Charles E. Hope, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 7,942 a, intend, 60 days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recoi'der 
for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining Crown Grants of the aboY’e claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must he commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 4th day of July, 1899. 

PHILADELPHIA, ROMAN EAGLE, SEAGULL, 
CARPENTER, VANCOUVER AND LONDON 
BELLE MINERAL CLAIiMS. 


Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Divi.sion of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
About two miles south-east of Ro.ssland, on 
THE YVEST SLOBE OF LaKE MOUNTAIN. 
rpAKE NOTICE that I, M. A. Green, acting as agent 
for the English-Canadian Company, Limited, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. b1 3,347, intend, 60 days 
frem the date hereof, to apply to the INIining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the ahoY’e claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.37, must he commenced before the issuance of such 
Cei’tificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 12th day of July, 1899. jyPI 

nrExT'rRIANIiLE, LIDDESDALE, AND GILT 
EDGE MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Ain.sworth Mining Division of 
We.st Kootenay Dlstrict. Where Located — 
At the headwaters of Ly'le Creek. 
rpAKE N03TCE that I, W. J. II. Holmes, acting 
1 as agent for the Ibex Mining and Development 
Company, of Slocan, Limited Li.ability, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 10,441 A, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to ap])ly to the ISIining Recorder for Certifi- 
cates of Improvements, for the jmrpose of obtaining 
Crown Grants of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1899. 

W. J. II. HOLMES, P. L. S., 
jyl3 Agent. 


July 20th, 1890.] THE EKITISII COLUMBIA GAZETTE 


1197 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS. 

NOR'l’Il KXCllANCK FRACTION MINKRAL 
CI.AIM. 


SlTlTATE IN TIIK SUX’AN CiTV MlNINU DIVISION OK 
West Kootenay Distiuct. Where i.ocated — 
On Dayton C'keek, ad.ioinino the Silver 
Plate Mineral (.'laim. 

rpAKF NOTICE tliat 1, Francis J. O’KcilljL as agent 
1 for Roliert A. Rnnlslmw, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. ‘J2,-t0r)A, F. C. limes, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
r),S71>A, (Jeorge M. Sorelle, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. S.S.oIi!), and D. O. Lewis, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. ‘J.STdA, intend, sixty days from tlie dale hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
lni[)rovements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Crant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.‘17, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this T2th day of June, 1891). 
je22 FRANCIS J. O’REILLY. 


LULO MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale Dlstkict. Where located — In Green- 
wood Camp. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as agent 
1 for Hugh R. Eliott, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
18,349.\, and Randolph Stuart, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 18,584a, intend, 60 da^’^s from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im- 
provements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
(irant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 20th day of May, 1899. 
je22 I. H. HALLETT. 


MISSING LINK MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Grand Forks Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where located — In Green- 
wood Camp. 

rpAKE NOTICE tliat I, Isaac H. Hallett, as agent 
I for George W. Rumberger, Free Miner’s Certifi- 
cate No. 14,333a, William .J. Porter, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 8,245a, and Sydney M. Johnson, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 19,574a, intend, sixty days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 23rd day of May, 1899. 
je22 I. H. HALLETT. 


GREY EAGLE MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale 1)i.strict. Where Located — In Green- 
wood Camp. 

T ake notice that l, John F. Hemenway, as 
agent for Jay P. Graves, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 14,296a, and John Stevens, Free Miner’s Cei’tifi- 
cate No. 18,254a, intend, sixty days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certi- 
ficate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining 
a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 12th day of June, 1899. 
je22 JNO. F. HEMENWAY. 

LUCKY JACK MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Slooan City Mining Division of 
We.st Kootenay District. Where located — 
On Summit or Pas,s Creek, 10 miles from 
Slogan River. 

ri'’|AKE NOTICE that I, J. Murray McGregor, act- 
I ing as agent for Robert Bradshaw, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 22,405a, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claim. 


And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Imjirovements. 

Dated tliis 15th day of June, 1899. 
je22 J. M. MciGREGOR. 

IMPERIAL MINERAL CLAIM (LO'I’ 3,686, 
GROUP 1). 

SuruATE in the Nelson Mining Division of West 
Kootenay Dlstrict. Where located - On 
EAST SIDE OF EaGLE CrEEK, AHOUT 2A MILES 
SOUTH-EA.ST OF PoORMAN MINERAL CLAIM. 
rnAKE NOTICE that 1, John McLatchie, Free 
1 Miner’s Certificate No. nl 1,326, acting as agent 
for J. P. Swedherg, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
Ill 1,243, and J. W. Johnson, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 21,785a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a CroM'ii 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 12th day of June, 1899. 
je22 JOHN McLATCHIE. 

HERBERT SPENCER MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Kettle Rive^ Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where located — In Dead- 
wood Ca.mp. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, Fred K. McMann, Free 
_L Miner's Certificate No. 18,414a, intend, 60 days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 13th day of June, 1899. je22 

SOMETHING GOOD MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale 
District. Where Located — Keremeos. 

T ake notice that I, Cbas. deBlois Green, as 
agent for G. R. Naden, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 14,357a, and Edward Bullock-Webster, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 18,733a, intend, 60 days from 
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fora 
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtain- 
ing a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 8th day of June, 1899. 
jel5 CHAS. deBLOIS GREEN. 

LEONA MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Victoria Mining Division of Vic- 
toria District. Where located — Mount 
Sicker. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Henrietta McKay, Free 
X Miner’s Certificate No. 41,396a, intend, 60 days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 1st day of June, 1899. 

harry smith. 

Agent. 


LITTLE MAY MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where located — In Copper 
Camp, adjoining the Jumbo Mineral Claim. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson, acting 
X as agent for Alexander Chisholm, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 34,616a, intend, sixty days from the 
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a 
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtain- 
ing a Crown grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 20th day of May, 1899. mv26 


1198 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


RADJA AND RADJA FRACTION MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 

Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale 
District. Where located — Camp McKinney. 

T ake notice that I, Chas. deBlois Green, as 
agent for W. J. Redclin, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 34,673a, and D. B. Bogle, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 33,588a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 3rd day of June, 1899. 
jeS C. deBLOIS GREEN. 


ROSE MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Nanaimo Mining Division of Na- 
naimo District. Where located — Tex^ida 
Island. 

a '^AKE NOTICE that I, William A. Bauer, acting 
as agent for Frederick Hilley, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 20,910 a, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 7th day of June, 1899. 
je8 WILLIAM A. BAUER, P. L. S. 


LAST CHANCE, LONE JACK, BONANZA, 
COMET, LOOKOUT, COPPER QUEEN, 
COPPER KING, AND COPPER CROWN 
MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the New Westminster Mining Division 
OF New Westminster District. Where 
LOCATED — Jervis Inlet. 

T ake notice that I, WilUam A. Bauer, agent 
for H. W. Treat, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
59,402 a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im- 
provements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 31st day of May, 1899. 

WILLIAM A. BAUER, 

jel '8. 

DON, MAINLAND, AND MAINLAND FRAC- 
TIONAL MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nanaimo Mining Division of Coast 
District. Where located— Phillip.s Arm. 

rnAKE NOTICE tliat I, William A. Bauer, agent 
1 for Thos. Andrews, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
44,919a, S. L. Howe, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
44^9 17a, J. E. Miller, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
32G49a, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to apply 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this lOth day of May, 1899. 
mvl8 WILLIAM A. BAUER, P. L. S. 


DANDY MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Lillooet District, on the left 
HANK OF CaYOOSH CREEK, ADJOINING THE EAST- 
ERLY HOUNDARY LINE OF THE AmFLE YIINERAL 

Claim. 


1 


lAKE NOTICE that I, F'lga>’ A. Bennett, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 17,J83a, issued at Revcl- 
.stoke, on the 3rd day of November, 1898, General 
Manager of the Lillooet, Fraser River, and Cariboo 
Gold Fields, Limited, Free Miner s Certificate No. 
91,874, issued at Revelstoke on the -Jth day of June, 


1898, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to applj' 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37 of the Mineral Act, must be commenced before the 
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 25th day of May, 1899. 
je8 EDGAR A. BENNETT. 


SARATOGA, GOLDEN PLATE, AND WATER’S 
MEET MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
On Champion Creek, .six miles from the 
Columbia River. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, F. A. Wilkin, acting as 
JL agent for The Golden Plate Consolidated Mining 
Company, Limited, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
13,147a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 28th day of .Tune, 1899. 
je29 F. A. WILKIN. 


“DAISY,” “BLACK FOX,” AND “CALIFOR- 
NIA” MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Ainsworth Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
On the South Fork of Kaslo Creek, about 
Five Miles from the Forks. 

T ake notice that I, Chas. Moore, of Kaslo, B. 

C., acting as agent for James Dunsmuir, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 41,538a, intend, sixt}' da 3 ’s 
from the date hereof, to applj^ to the IMining Recorder 
for Certificates of Impro^•ements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 26th day of June, 1899. 
je29 CHAS. MOORE, P. L. S. 


RED ROCK MINERAL CLAIM. 


SlTU.A,TE IN THE KeTTLE RiVER MiNING DIVISION OF 
Yale Di.strict. Where located — In Green- 
wood Camp. , 

T ake notice that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as agent 
for George R. Naden, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 14,357a, j. C. H.aas, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
18,340a, and the British America Development Com- 
pany, Limited (Foreign), FYeo Miner’s Certificate No. 
41,458a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be coininenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 17th day of .lime, 1899. 
jc29 I. H. HALLET'l’. 


DIAMOND MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of 
\VL:st K00TF.NAY District. Where located — 
On Monte Cristo Mountain, lying between 
THE Monte Cristo, Evening Star and C. and 
C. Miner.il Claim.s. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, C. H. Ellacott, acting as 
L agent for J. L. Drumhcller, Plsij., of tlie City of 
S})()kane, State of W'ashington, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 34,074a, intend, sixty days from the (hate hereof, to 
apiilj' to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of olitaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And furtlier take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Imjirovements. 

Dated this 23rd day of iMaj', 1899. 
iel C. H. ELLACOTT. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 

RAINY DAY AND RAINY DAY No. '2 MINERAL 
(M.AIMS, 


SlTlT.M’K IN TIIK NKIiSON MlNINO DIVISION OK W'k.ST 
Kootkn.w Distukt. \V iimu: looatko On tiik. 
OIVIOK ItKTWKK.N W’lU) lloUSK AND (Jl.lOAR 
CkK.KKS, AIIOUT KIOIIT MIUCS FROM Y M I R. 

rpAKE NO'i’KJE thiit 1, .1. I). Antlorson, P. L. S., 
I of Trail, 15. C., acting' a.s agent for the (lohl 
Reef Mining and Milling (Joinpany, Limited, Non- 
I’er.sonal Liability, of Ros.sland, R. C., Free Miner’s 
Certitieate No. , intend, si.xty days from the 

date heieof, to apply to the Mining lieenrcler for Cer- 
tilieates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining 
Crown (! rants of the above elaims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
517, must be eommeneed before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Imi)rovements. 

Dateil this ‘2.‘5rd day of June, A.D. 1S90. 
jyJO J. J). ANDERSON. 


HEXAHEDRON AND NORTH FORK MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson 'Minino Divlston of West 
Kootenav District'. WTiere located — At the 
HEAD OF RuRNT CrEEK, AliOUT TWO MILES NORTH 
OF THE North Fork of Salmon River. 

rilAKE NOTICE that I, J. D. Anderson, P. L. S., 
1 of Trail, R. C. , acting as agent for Jay Renn, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. 18,7toA, intend, (50 days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining Crown tlrants of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be 'commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 12th day of July, 1899. 
jy20 J. I). ANDERSON. 


RIG CHIEF MINERAL CLALM. 

Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of 
East Kootenay District. Where located — 
On the north side of Boulder Creek, East 
Kootenay, about two miles from the mouth. 


GOLDEN COIN MINERAL CLAIM. 

Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of 
East Kootenay District. Where located — 
On Boulder Creek, East Kootenay, adjoining 
THE Big Chief Mineral Claim. 


AMES MINERAL CLAIM. 

Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of 
East Kootenay District. Where loc.vted — 
On Boulder Creek, East Kootenay, adjoining 
THE Big Chief Mineral Ceaim. 

T ake notice that I, Willlam R. Ross, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 15,673a, agent for K. J. 
Higliby, Free Miner’s Certificate No. b9,428, Walter 
VanArsdalen, Free Miner’s Certificate No. b9,G33, 
and H. L. Ainme, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 39,589a, 
owners of the above mineral claims (known as the Big 
Chief Group), intend, 60 days from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of 
Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining Crown 
Grants of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Impi’ovements. 

Dated this 22nd day of June, 1899. 
jy20 W. R. ROSS. 


ONIX, HUMBOLDT, C. & K., JOSIE, AND FREE- 
MONT MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of M^est 
Kootenay District. ^VHERE located — On 
south bank of Kootenay River, and on the 
EAST SIDE OF EaGLE CrEEK. 

T ake notice that I, Robert Scott Lennie, as 
agent for the Golden Five Mines, Limited (Non- 
Personal Liability), of Nelson, B. C., Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. b 11,617, intmid, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to applj’ to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claims. 


And further taki! notice that action, under section 
37, mu.st he commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 8th day of July, 189!). .ly*'*' 

St. CHARLES MINERAL (’LAJM (LO'I' 3,264, 
GROUP 1). 

S'rruATE IN THE Slocan Mining Division of MHcst 
Kootenay Distrh;t. Where located — At the 
'I’ owN OF Sandun, and adjoining the Belt and 
Argo Mineral Claims. 

rpAKE NO'I'ICE that 1, John Hirsch, as agent for 
1 W'illiam Siidrow, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
Ill 3,747, intend, 60 days from tlie date hereof, to apply 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 27th day of June, 1899. 
jy20 JOHN HIRSCH. 

WHITE ELEPHANT MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Ainsworth Mining Division of 
W'est Kootenay District. Where i.ocated — 
.Iackson Basin, on the east side of Jackson 
Creek, east of the Northern Belle Mineral 
Claim. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, C. I). McKenzie, of Ka.slo, 
B.C., Free Miner’s Certificate No. b1 1,749, agent 
forJ. 11. Chewett, Free Miner’s Certificate No. nil, 780, 
A. B. MacKenzie, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 34,68Ga, 
and J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
b16, 148, intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to apply 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, lor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice tliat action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 29th day of .lune, 1899. 

c. D. McKenzie, 

jy20 Afjent. 

THE COPPER KING MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of 
East Kootenay District. Where located — 
On Bull River, about one-half mile above 
THE Pack Bridge. 


THE COPPER QUEEN MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of 
East Kootenay District. Where located — 
On Bull River, about one-half mile above 
THE Pack Bridge, and adjoining the Copper 
King Mineral Claim. 

T ake notice thatl, Jacob P. Fink, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. b9,700, intend, sixty days from 
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder 
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 7th day of July, 1899. 
jylJ JACOB P. FINK. 


JIM DANDY MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
On a tributary of the Duncan River, about 

1^ MILES IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION FROM THE 
HEAD OF Boyd Creek. 

T ake notice that I, Thomas H. Parr, acting as 
agent for Ellen McDougald, Free Miner’s Cer- 
tificate No. Bl 4,432, G. D. Scott, Free Miner’s Cer- 
tificate No. 20,169, and E. Stirling Dean, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. 17,832, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifi- 
cate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 2nd day of July, 1899. 
iyl3 THOS. H. PARR, P. L. S. 


1200 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT. 


STAR MINERAL CLAIM (LOT 3,GS7,- GROUP 1). 

Situated in the Nelson Mining Division of West 
Rootenay^ District. W here located — Between 
S.VNDY and E.YGLE CrEEKS, about MILES 
south-east of the Poorman Mineral Claim. 

ri'lAKE NOTICE that I, John McLatchie, Ei’ee 
Aliner s Certihcate No. b11,326, acting as agent 
for Oscar Johnson, Ph’ee Miner’s Certiticate No. 21,712a, 
Mike Johnson, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 23,241a, 
and John Blomherg, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
21, /91a, intend, (30 days from the date hereof, to apply 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, nuist be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 30th day of June, 1899. 
jyl3 JOHN McLATCHIE. 


THE ECUADOR MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale 
District. Where located — In Camp McKinney. 


ri’lAKE NOTICE that I, Chas. de Blois Green, P. L. 

I S. , as agent for the “ Ecuador-McKinney Mines 
Company, Limited,” PT’ee Miner’s Certificate No. 

intend, GO days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 28th day of June, 1899. jyl3 


LOT 4,006, G. 1, LE ROI AND ANNIE FRACTION 
/MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
Between the Annie, Le Roi, and Black Bear 
Mineral Claims, Rossland, B. C. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, Robert E. Palmer, agent 
I for the Le Roi Mining Co., Limited, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. b13,352, intend, 60 days from the date 
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certifi- 
cates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining 
Crown Grants of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificates of Improvements. 

Dated this 13th day of July, 1899. 


GARNET MINERAL CLAIM 


Situate in the Ainsworth Mining Dvision of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
Whitewater Basin, on the east side of 
Whitewater Creek. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, C. D. McKenzie, of Kaslo, 
L B. C., Free Miner’s Certificate No. 11,749b, 
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply 
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve- 
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of 
the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 29th day of Juno, 1899. 

jyi 3 c. D. McKenzie. 


ORE-OR-NO-GO MINERAL CLAIM (LOT 690, 
GROUP 1). 

Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of 
West Kootenay District. Where located — 
In City ok Rossland, between Centre Star 
AND Nickel Plate. Mineral Claim.s. 
rpAKE NO'l’ICE tliat I, Robert E. Palmer, agent 
1 for East LeRoi Mining Comiiany, Limited, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. 13,24.'3a, intend, 60 days from 
the (late hereof, to aj)ply to tlie Mining Recor(ler for a 
Certificate of Imjirovenients, for the purpose of ol)tain- 
ing a Crown Grant of the above claim. 


And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 18th day of May, 1899. 
my 18 R. E. PALMER. 


TIMER FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of 
Yale District. Where located — In the 
Greenwood Camp, immediately west of and 
ADJOINING THE NeW YoRK MINERAL CLAIM, 
Crown Granted. 

ri'^AKE notice that I, Prescott Campbell McArthur, 
JL Free Miner’s Certificate No. 19,237a, intend, 60 
daj's from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above 
claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 13th day of July, 1899. jyl3 


CARBONATE KING MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Slogan .Mining Division of West 
Kootenay District. Where located — On 
Payne Mount'ain, adjoining Slogan Boy 
Mineral Claim. 

T ake notice that I, T. M. Gibson, acting as 
agent for S. K. Green, Free Miner’s Certificate 
No. 21,803a, intend, 60 da.ys from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown 
Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this tw'enty-first day of June, 1899. je29 


UNION AND ELECTRIC MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Nanaimo Mining Division of Coast 
District. Where located — Thurlow Island. 
rpAKE N04TCE that I, William A. Bauer, Free 
I Miner’s Certificate No. 20,104, and agent for F. 
Bauer, Free Miner’s Certificate No. 13,374 a, intend, 
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the 
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for 
the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice tliat action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this .6th day of July, 1899. jy6 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANIES. 


LICENCE AUTHORISING AN EXTRA-PROYIN- 
CIAL COMPANY TO CARRY ON 
BUSINESS. 

“Companies Act, 1897.” 


CANADA: } 

Province of British Columbia. [ 

No. 154. 

rnlllS IS 1’0 CERTIFY that “ The Copper (Jueen, 
X Limited,” is authorised and licensed to carry on 
business within the Province of British Columbia, and 
to carry out or effect all or any of tlie objects herein- 
after set forth to which the legislative authority of the 
Legislature of British Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Comiiany is situate at No. 11, 
Ironmonger Lane, London, England. 

4’he amount of the capital of the Company is £10,000, 
divided into 10,000 shares of £1 each. 

4’he head office of the Company in this Province is 
situate in Ymir, and Andrew Cairns, mining engineer, 
whose address is Ymir aforesaid, is the attorney for 
the Comjiany. 

'Die objects for whicli the Company has been ostali- 
lished and so licensed are: — 

(1.) To acquire certain ])roi)erties situate in the 
Nelson District of West Kootenay, British Columbia, 
and to develoj), work, turn to account or deal with the 
same, and with a view thereto to enter into an agree- 
ment with Andrew Cairns in the terms of the draft, a 


.lui.Y 20tii, 1890. 1 TllK HKITISll COI.lJMmA (3AZMTTK. 


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copy wlu'i'cof has for the purpose of iihuit ilicat ion Ihjcii 
iiulorsctl with tlic signatures of thriui of tlio suhscrihci's 
licri'to, and to carry thi! same into cllcct with oi' willi- 
out moditicalions : 

(2.) To search for mines, minerals, ori's and |ir(U’ious 
stones, and to o.xploi'c and piospceti land supj)osed to 
contain miiu'rals or precious stones in any jjart of the 
world ; to obtain iid'ormation as to mines, mining dis- 
tricts and localities, mining idaims, water claims, 
water rights, ami :uiy (tlher rights, claims and prop- 
erty ; to ])urehase, takt; on lease or concession, or 
otherwise ac(|uire, any interest tluu’ein, and to hold, 
sell, dispose of and deal with mines, mining i-ights, 
mining claims and land suppo.se<l to eoutaiii minerals 
or ])reeious stones, and undertakings eouneeted there- 
with : to work, extueise, develop, linaiiee and turn to 
account the same, and to huy, sell, reline, manipulate, 
and deal in minerals and metals of all kimls, and in 
])articular gold, silver and other precious metals and 
j)reeious stones ; to examine, investigate and secure the 
titles to lands, farms, mines, minerals, ores and mining 
or other rights and claims in any ))art of the world, and 
employ and send to any pai t of the world, and to ])ay 
the fees, costs, charges and expenses of agents, including 
persons and corporations, mining experts, legal coun- 
sel, and all jiersons useful or supposed to bo useful in 
examining, investigating and exploring lands, farms, 
mines, minerals, ores, mining or other rights and claims, 
or in examining, investigating, and secui ing the title 
to lands, farms, mines, minerals, ores, mining or other 
rights and claims in any ]>art of the world ; to pi'int, 
publish, advertise and circulate reports, maps, plans, 
prospectuses and documents of eveiy kind wdiatsoever, 
directly or ijulireetly relating or supposed to relate to 
lands, mines, minerals, ores and mining or other rights, 
concessions and claims in any ]>art of the M'orld or the 
title thereto, or to the organization, operations and 
objects of this Company or any other company : 

(3.) To acejuire from time to titne, by purchase or 
otherwise, inventions, patents, patent rights, conces- 
sions, grants, freeholds, leases, rights, claims, and 
interests in lands or other properties of every descidp- 
tion, in any part of the xvorld, including mines, works, 
railways, tramways, lauds, wharves, docks, canals, 
electric and water rights and ways, (j[uan’ies, forests, 
])its, mills, buildings, machinery, stock, plants, and 
things, upon such terms and in such manner as may be 
deemed advisable : 

(4.) To lease, settle, improve, colonize and cultivate 
lands and hereditaments in any part of the world : 

(5.) To develop the resources of any lands and here- 
ditaments by building, planting, clearing, mining, and 
otherwise dealing with the same: 

(6.) To purchase or otherwise accpiire, hold, sell, 
lease, grant licences or easements, exchange, turn to 
account, dispose of and deal in real and personal prop- 
erty of all kinds, and in particular lands, buildings, 
hereditaments, business concerns and undertakings, 
mortgages, charges, annuities, patents, patent rights, 
copyrights, licences, securities, grants, charters, con- 
cessions, leases, contracts, options, policies, book 
debts, claims and any interest in real or personal prop- 
erty, and any claims against such property, or against 
any persons or company or corporation, and to finance 
and carry on any business concern or undertaking so 
accpiired, and to enfranchise any leasehold property 
acquired by the Company: 

(7.) To aid, encourage and promote immigration into 
any lauds or jJroperty acquired or controlled by the 
Company, and to colonize the same, and for such pur- 
poses to lend and grant any sums of money for any pur- 
jjose which may be, or may be supposed to be, for the 
advantage of the Couipany: 

(8.) To lay out towns or villages, on any lands 
accpiired or controlled by the Company, or in which 
the Company is in any way interested, and to con- 
struct, maintain, carry on, and alter roads, streets, 
hotels, boarding houses, dwelling houses, factories, 
shops, and stores, and to contribute to the cost of 
making, providing, and carrying on and working the 
same : 

(9.) To purchase or otherwi.se acquire and under- 
take all or any part of railway or tramway property, 
or the rights and lialiilities of any person or company 
holding or seeking to acquire, or making or construct- 
ing railways or tramways, canals, waterworks or pub- 
lic improvements in any part of the xvorld: 

(10.) To promote, construct, equip, improve, main- 
tain, wmrk, manage, or control or aid in or subscribe 
towards the promotion, construction, improvement, 
maintenance, working, management or control of, or 
to hire, rent or charter works, undertakings and opera- 


tiouH of all liinds, both |)ublic and j)i'ivate, and in par- 
ticular roads, tramways, railways, engines, waggons, 
telegraphs, telephones, cables, ships, lighters, harbours, 
[)iers, docks, (plays, wharves, warehouses, bridges, via- 
ducts, aipicduets, reservoirs, embankments, watei’ 
works, water-courses, canals, Humes, irrigatiinis, drain- 
age works, sewage works, saw mills, erushiiig inills, 
smelting works, iron, steel, ordnance, engineering or 
inqilement works, hydraulic works, gas, electric light- 
ing and electrical works, jiower and stqqily works, 
(piarries, collieries, coke ovens, foundries, furnaces, 
factories, carrying undertakings by land and water, 
stage coaches, fortifications, mai’kets, exchanges, mints, 
public or private buildings, newspapers and jmblica- 
tion establishments, whetliei- for the purposes ol the 
Conqiaiiy, or for sale or hire to or in return foi’ any 
consideration from any other eonqiany or person: 

(11.) 'I'o purchase or otherwise acquire, hold or sell, 
or manipulate, exchange, turn to account, dispose of 
or deal in agricultural, plantation, fishing and trading 
rights; and all or any products of farms, plantations, 
vineries, forests, fisheries, and the like, including ani- 
mals, grain, provisions, fruits, wines, spirits, cotton, 
woof, silk, fibres, tobacco, eoliee, tea, sugar, timber, 
rubber, oils, chemicals, explosives, di'ugs, dye stuffs, 
nitrates, petroleum, bullion, specie, coin, copper, lead, 
tin, (juicksilver, iron, coal, stone, and other merchandise 
and commodities of all kinds, either for immediate or 
future delivery, and whether in a crude state or manu- 
factured or otherwise, and to advance money at inter- 
est 111)011 the security of all or any such products, 
mercliandise and commodities, and to carry on busi- 
ness as merchants, importers and exporters: 

(T2.) To undertake and carry on any business trans- 
action or operation commonly undertaken or carried 
on by bankers, underwriters, concessionaires, contrac- 
tors for public and other works, capitalists or mer- 
chants, and generally to institute, enter into, carry 
on, assist or jiarticipate in financial, commercial, mer- 
cantile, industrial, manufacturing, mining and other 
businesses, works, contracts, undertakings and finan- 
cial operations of all kinds, and to carry on any other 
business which may seem to the Company capable of 
being conveniently carried on in connection with any 
of the objects of the Company or which may be thought 
calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the value 
of or render profitable any of the Company’s property 
or rights: 

(13.) To deal in, purchase, make merchantable, sell, 
and dispose of ores, minerals, goods and merchandise 
generally in any part of the world: 

(14.) To carry on the business of a mining, smelting, 
trading, and metallurgical company, in all its branches, 
in any part of the world : 

(15.) To acquire, by ’’grant, purchase, or otherwise, 
concessions of any property or privileges from any 
Cfovernment, British, colonial, or foreign, and to per- 
form and fulfil the ter ms and conditions thereof : 

(16.) To sell, exchange, mortgage, lease or otherwise 
deal with, either absolutely, conditionally, or for any 
limited interest, the undertaking or property, rights 
or privileges of the Company, or any part thereof, as a 
going concern or otherwise, to any public body, cor- 
poration, company, society or association, whether in- 
corporated or not, or to any person or persons, for 
such consideration as the Company may think fit, and 
in particular for cash, shares, stocks, debentures, secu- 
rities or property of any other company ; to distribute 
any of the assets or property of the Company among 
the members in specie or otherwise, but so that no 
distribution amounting to a reduction of capital be 
made without the sanction of the Court where neces- 
sary : 

(17.) To promote, organize, and register, and to aid 
and assist in the promotion, organization and regis- 
tration of any company or companies, either in Great 
Britain or elsewhere, for the purpose of acquiring, 
working or otherwise dealing with any of the property' 
rights or liabilities of this Compan}^ or any property 
in which this Company is interested, or for any otlier 
purpose, with power to assist such company or com- 
panies by paying or contributing towards tl>e prelimi- 
nary expenses or providing the whole or part of the 
capital thereof, or by taking or subscribing for shares 
preferred or ordinary, or by lending money thereto 
upon debentures or otherwise, and to incur and pay 
out of the ])roperty of the Company any costs 
and expenses which may be expedient or useful or 
supposed to be expedient or useful, in or about or in- 
cident to the promotion, organization, registration, 
advertising and establishment of any such company' 
and to the issue and suljscriptiou of the share or loan 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE [July 20th, 1899. 


capital, 


obtaining 


including 


commissions for 


brokerage and 

_ applications for or placing, or guaranteeing 
the placing of the shares or any debentures, debentiire 
stock or other securities thereof, and to undertake the 
management and secretarial or other work, duties and 
business of any company on such terms as may be ar- 
ranged : 

(18.) To lend and advance money upon the security 
or supposed security of farms, lands, mines, minerals, 
claims, mining or other rights, concessions, claims, or 
pastoral or other leases in any part of the world, with 
or without security, and in particular to customers of 
and persons having dealings with the Company: 

(19.) To make and carry into effect all arrangements 
with respect to the union of interests or amalgama- 
tion, either in whole or in part, with any other com- 
panies or persons having objects similar to, or included 
in the objects of this Company: 

(20.) To transact and carry on all kinds of agency 
and commission business, ami in particular to collect 
moneys, royalties, revenue, interest, rents and debts, 
and to negotiate loans and find investments, and to 
issue and place shares, stock, bonds, debentures, deben- 
ture stock, and other securities; to subscribe for, pur- 
chase, or otherwise acrpiire and hold, sell, e.'cchange, 
dispose of, deal in, negotiate or issue shares, stock, 
bonds, debentures, debenture stock, or securities, of 
any company or of any authority, supreme, municipal, 
local or otherwise: 

(21.) To guarantee the payment of money secured by 
or payable under or in respect of bonds, debentures, 
debenture stock, contracts, mortgages, chai’ges, obli- 
gations and securities of any company or of any au- 
thority, supreme, municipal, local or otherwise, or of 
any person whomsoever, whether incorporated or not 
incorporated : 

(22.) To guarantee the title to or quiet enjoyment of 
property either absolutely or subject to any qualifica- 
tions or conditions, and to guarantee persons and cor- 
porations interested or about to become interested in 
any property against any loss, actions, proceedings, 
claims or demands in respect of any insufficiency, im- 
perfection or deficiency of title, or in respect of any 
incumbrance, burdens, or outstanding rights: 

(2.3.) To furnish and provide deposits and guarantees 
of funds required in relation to any tender or any apj^li- 
cation for any contract, concession, decree, enactment, 
property or privilege, or in relation to the carrying 
out of any contract, concession, decree or enactment: 

(24.) Generally to carry on and transact every kind 
of guarantee business, including the performance of 
contracts by members of, or companies or persons 
having dealings with the Clompany, and to undertake 
obligations of every kind and deso’iption, and also 
undertake and execute trusts of all kinds: 

(25.) To make, accept, issue, indorse and execute 
bills of exchange, promissory notes, and other nego- 
tiable instruments, and to discount, buy, sell, and deal 
in the same; to grant, issue, buy, sell, aiid deal in 
bills of lading, dock and other warrants ; to issue, buy, 
sell, and deal in coupons and all other promises to pay 
moneys: 

(26.) To borrow or raise money foi the purposes of 
the Company in such manner and upon such terms as 
may seem expedient, and to secure the repayment 
thereof, and of moneys owing or obligations incurred 
by the Company, by redeemable or irredeemable bonds, 
debentures, or debenture stock (such bonds, del)cn- 
tures, or debenture stock being made payable to bearer 
or otherwise, and payable either at par or at a premi- 
um or discount), or by mortgages, scrip certificates, 
bills of exchange or promissory notes, or by any otber 
instrument or in sucb other manner as may bo deter- 
mined, and for any such purposes to charge all or any 
part of the property of the Company, both present and 
future, including its uncalled capital, and to allot the 
shares of the Company credited as fully or partly paid 
up, or bonds, debentures or debenture stock issued by 
the Company, as the whole or part of the purchase 
price for any property purchased by tbe Company, oi 
for any valualde consideration: 

(27.) To make donations to such persons and m sucli 
cases, and cither in cash or other asssets, as may be 
thought directly or indirectly conducive to any qt the 
Company’s objects, or otherwise expedient, and in pai- 
ticular to remunerate any person or corporation, intro- 
ducing business to this Company, luul to sub.scii le oi 
guarantee money for charitable or benevolent olijccts, 
or for any exhibition, or for any public, general, or 
other object, and to ai<l in the e.stablisliiucnt and sup- 
port of associations for the benefit of persons employed 
)>V or liaving dealings with tlic Company, and m par- 
ticular friendly or other benefit societies, and to grant 


any pension, either by way of an annual payment or a 
lump sum, to any officer or servant of the Comjjany: 
(28.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and under- 
take all or any part of the business, property, good- 
will and liabilities of any company, corporation, 
society, partnership, or persons carrying on or about 
to carry on any business which the Company is author- 
ised to carry on, or which is in any respect similar to 
the objects of this Company, or which is capable of 
being conducted so as directly or indirectly to benefit 
this Company, or possessed of property deemed suit- 
able for the purposes of this Company, and to enter 
into partnership or into any arrangement with re.spect 
to the sharing of jirofits, union of interests, or amalga- 
mation, reciprocal concession or co-operation, either 
in whole or in part, with any such company, corpora- 
tion, society, partnership, or persons : 

(29.) To paj^ out of the funds of the Company all 
expenses of and incident to the formation, registra- 
tion, advertising, and establishment of tliis Companjq 
and the issue and subscription of the share or loan 
capital, including brokerageand commissions forobtain- 
ing application for, or jilacing or guai'anteeing the 
placing the shares, or any debentures, debenture 
stock or other securities of this Company ; and .also all 
expenses attending the issue of any circular or notice, 
and the printing, stamping and circulating of proxies or 
forms to be filled up by the members of this Company: 
(30.) To obtain, or in any way assist in obtaining, 
any Provisional Order or Act of Parliament, or other 
necessary authority, for enabling tins or any other 
company to carry any of its objects into effect, or for 
effecting any modification of this or any other com- 
pany’s constitution ; to procure this or any other com- 
pany to be legalised, registered or incorporated, if 
necessary, in accordance with the laws of any country 
or state in which it may, or may propose to carry on 
operations ; to establi.sh and maintain agencies of the 
Company, and to open and keep a colonial or foreign 
register or registers of this or any other company, in 
any British colony or dependency, or in any foreign 
countiqq and to allocate any number of the shares in 
this or any other comjiany to such register or registers : 
(31.) To do all or any of the above things in any 
part of the globe, either as principals, agents, contrac- 
toi’s, trustees, or otherwise, and eitlier alone or in 
conjunction Avith others, and either by or through 
agents, sub-contractors, trustees, or otherwise ; with 
power to appoint a trustee or trustees, personal or 
corporate, to hold any property on behalf of the 
Company, and to allow any property to remain out- 
standing in such trustee or trustees : 

(32. ) To do all such other things as are incidental 
or may be thought conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects, or any of tlieni, and so that the word 
“Company” in this memorandum, Avhen applied other- 
wise than to this Company, shall be deemed to include 
any partnershiii or other body of persons, whether cor- 
porate or incorporate, and whether domiciled in the 
United Kingdom or elsewhere, and the objects speci- 
fied in each of the paragraphs in this memorandum 
shall be regarded as independent objects, and accord- 
ingly shall bo in no wise limited or restricted (except 
Avhen otlierwise expressed in such paragraph) by refer- 
ence to the objects indicated in any oilier paragra))h, 
or the name of the company, but may be carried out 
in as full and ample a manner, and construed in as 
wide a sense as if each of the said paragraphs defined 
the objects of a separate, distinct and independent 
Conqiany. 

Given under my band and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of Briti.sh Columbia, this 2Stli day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine, 

[L.H.] S. Y. ^y00TT()N, 

je2!) Ue.ijintrar of Joint Stork Companies. 


LICKNCK AUTHORISING AN EXTRA-PROVIN 
ClAL COMPANY TO CARRY 
ON BUSINESS. 


“ Com i>.\ NILS Act, 1897.” 


C.INAO.A : \ 

Province ok British Columhi.a.J _ 

No. 152. 

rpHlS IS TO CERTIFY that “The Empire Mines 
L of British Columbia, Limited,” is authorised and 
licensed to carry on business within the Province of 
British Columbia, and to carry out or cfl’ect all or any 
of the objects hereinafter set forth to whieh the legis- 
lative authority of the Legislature of British Columbia 
extends. 


JUI.Y 20th, 1899.] 'I'llK BRITISII COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


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'I’lui htiiul ollioii of the C-onnuiiiy is sitiiiito in ICiig- 
liuul. 

'I’lio ainoimb of tho oii])ital of tho (!oiiipuiiy is 
L‘o(), (»()(), <livi(k'(l into ItO.OOU .sliaros (jf Cl (.'acli. 

'I’he lu'ail ofikai of tlio Company ii> tl'is I’l'ovinco is 
situate in Kossland, and \\'illiam Hart .Midlarg, 
solieitor, wlioso address is llossland aforesaid, is the 
attorney for the Company. 

'The ohjeets k>r which tlie Company lias been cstali- 
lishod are : — 

(o.) 'I'o adopt and carry into elleet, witli such, if 
any, alterations or modifii'ations as ma^' be agriied 
uiion, tliu agreement mentioned in Clause .’1 of the 
Company’s Articles of Association : 

(h.) 'I'o prospect and explore in Jh itish (Jolumbia or 
elsewhere, for tho purpose of obtaining information 
^vith respect to metalliferous lands, mines, mining 
rights, minerals and water rights; 

(c. ) 'I'o purchase, take on lease or otherwise acijuire 
any metalliferous lands, mines, mining rights and 
water rights in British Columbia or elsewhere, and 
any interest therein, and to work, exercise, develop 
and turn to aceount the same : 

{(1.) 'I’o crush, win, get, (piarry, smelt, calcine, refine, 
dress, amalgamate and prepare for market, export, sell, 
exchange and deal in ore, mefal, and mineral sub- 
stances of all kinds, and to carry on any other metal- 
lurgical operations which may seem conducive to any 
of the Company’s objects : 

(e. ) To buy, sell, manufacture and deal with ores, 
minerals, plant, machinery, implements, eonveniences, 
provisions and things capable of being used in con- 
nection with metallurgical operations, or re(juired by 
workmen and others employed by the Company : 

(/. ) Generally to work, develop and turn to account, 
any mines, nnning rights, lands or property belonging 
to or leased to the Company, or in or over which the 
Company may be entitled to any rights or interests, 
in such manner as the Company may think fit : 

((/.) 'i'o carry on the businesses of dealers in ores, 
minerals and precious metals, machine makers, build- 
ers, merchants, impoi'ters and exporters, printers, 
publishers, bankers, shipowners, carriers of passengers 
or goods, by land or by water, brokers, and any other 
businesses Avhich may seem calculated directly or indi- 
rectly to develop the Company’s property : 

(/i.) To promote, make, provide, purchase or other- 
wise acrpiire, take on lease or agreement, lease, let, 
grant running powers over, work, use, sell and dispose 
of railways, tramway's, and other roads, ways and 
means of access to any part or parts of the property of 
the Company, in British Columbia or elsewhere, and 
to contribute to the expense of promoting, making, 
providing, accpiiring, working and using the same : 

{{.) To purchase, take on lease, or in exchange, or 
otherwise acquire, sell, lease or dispose of any real or 
personal property in Ik-itish Columbia or elsewhere, 
and any rights or privileges which tho Company may 
think necessary or convenient with reference to any of 
these objects, and capable of being profitably dealt 
with in connection with any of the Company’s prop- 
erty or rights for the time being : 

(./.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and under- 
take all or any part of tho business, property, rights 
and liabilities of any person or persons, partnership, 
association or coiqjoration carrying on any business 
w'hich this Company is authorised to carry on, or 
possessed of property suitable for the purposes of the 
Company : 

{k. ) To construct, erect, maintain and improve any 
buildings, works, mills, machiner}' or premises tipon 
or in connection wdtli any of the Company’s property : 
(1.) To pay for any property acquired or agreed to 
be acquired by the Company, by the issue of shares of 
the Company credited as fully or partly paid up, or of 
debentures, debenture stock or other securities of this 
Company : 

(m. ) To promote, organize and register, or assist in 
the promotion, organization, registration and objects 
of any company or companies, businesses or under- 
takings, either in Great Britain, Ireland or abroad, 
having objects wholly or in part similar to those of 
this Company, or for the purpose of acquiring, pur- 
chasing, holding, working or otherwise dealing wdth 
any property of this Company, or in which this Com- 
pany is interested, or for any other purj)ose, with 
pow'er generally to assist such companies, businesses 
or undertakings, and in i)articular by paying or con- 


tiibidbig towards tlie in-eliminary expmises thei’cof, 
or providing the whole or part of the capital tliereof, 
or by taking shares therein, or by lending money 
thereto, iqion debenturi;s or otherwise : 

(ii.) 'I’o subscribe for, take, ae(|uire, hold, sell and 
give guarant(!es by way of underwriting or otherwise in 
relation to the slock, shares, debentures, obligations 
and .securities, of any company carrying on or intend- 
ing to carry on any Imsine.ss which this Company is 
authorised to carry on, or any Imsine.ss or transaction 
capable of being conducted so as directly or indirectly 
to benefit this Company, or of any sujireme, muiiioi[)ar, 
public or local board or authority : 

(o. ) 'I’o enter into jiartiiershiji or into any arrange- 
ment for sharing jirolits, union of interests, reciprocal 
concession or co-ojieration with any person or per.soiis, 
jiartncrshij), association, corporation, or conqiany 
carrying on or about to cany on any business wdiich 
this Comjiany is authorised to carry on, or any business 
or transaction capable of being condueted so as directly 
or indirectly to benefit this Company, and to take or 
otherwise accpiire and hold shares or stock in, or 
securities of, and to subsidize or otherwise assist any 
such company, and to sell, hold, re-issue, wdth or 
without guarantee, or deal wdth such shares or secu- 


(p.) To do all acts and things which may be neces- 
sary for or desirable in connection with procuring the 
Company a legal recognition, domicile, and status in 
British Columbia, or in any eountry, state or territory 
in which anj' of its jiroperty, estate, effects, or rights 
may lie situated, or in which tho Company may desire 
to carry on business, and to ajipoint attorneys, local 
boards and agencies (wdth such powers as the Directors 
of the Comjiany may determine) to rejireseiit the Com- 
pany in any such country, state, or territory : 

(q.) 'I’o enter into any arrangements with any gov- 
ernments and authorities that may seem conducive to 
the Comjiany’s interests, and to obtain from such 
governments and authorities, or take over from other 
persons or companies possessing the same, any rights, 
privileges, and concessions which the Company may 
think it desirable to obtain, and to cany out and 
utilise the same, and to obtain or assist in obtaining 
any Acts of Parliament or Session, or sanctions, or 
orders of any such governments and authorities which 
the Company may deem proper : 

(r. ) To invest and deal wdth the moneys of the 
Company not immediately required, upon such .securi- 
ties and in such manner as may from time to time be 
determined, and to raise or borrow and secure the 
repayment of money in such manner and on such 
terms as may seem expedient, and in particular by the 
issue of debentures, charged ujion the wdiole or any 
part of the undertaking, property, and assets of the 
Company, both present and future, including its 
uncalled capital : 

(s. ) To make, draw, accept, indorse, execute, and 
negotiate bills of exchange, promissory notes, and 
other negotiable instruments : 

(t. ) To pay all expenses of and incident to the forma- 
tion and establishment of the Company, and to re- 
munerate any person or persons for services rendered, 
or to lie rendered, in introducing any property or busi- 
ness to the Company, or in jilacing, or assisting to 
place, or guaranteeing the jilacing of any shares, 
debentures, or other securities of the Comjiany, in- 
cluding any brokers’ commissions, fees, and charges 
in connection therewith : 


[u. ) To sell, lease, exchange, surrender, or otherwise 
deal with the undertaking and jirojierty and rights of 
the Company, or any part thereof, for such considera- 
tion as the Comjiany may think fit, and in particular 
for any shares, debentures, or securities of any other 
company, and to divide such part or parts as may be 
determined by the Company of the purchase moneys, 
whether in cash, shares, or other equivalent, whieh 
may at any time be received by the Company on a sale 
of or other dealing wdth the whole or jiart of the 
property, estate, effects, and rights of the Company 
amongst the members of the Company, by way of 
dividend or bonus, in jiroportion to their shares, or to 
the amount jiaid up on their shares, or otherwise to 
deal with the same, as the Company may determine : 
(v. ) To distribute any of the assets of the Company 
among the members in specie, but so that no distribu- 
tion amounting to a reduction of capital be made 
wdthout the sanction of the Court where necessary • 
(w.) To do all such other things as are incidental' or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects, or 
any of thein : ’ 




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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20tii, 1899. 


{x. ) To do all or any of the above things, either as 
pnncipals, agents, contractors, trustees, or otherwise, 
and either alone or in conjiinction with others, and 
either by or through agents, sub-contractors, trustees, 
or otherwise. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 22ml day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L-S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

of Joint Stock Companies. 


LICENCE AUTHORISING AN EXTRA-PROVIN- 
CIAL COMPANY TO CARRY 
ON BUSINESS. 

“Companies Act, 1897.” 

Canada: l 

Province of British Columbia./ 

No. 153. 

T his is to certify that “ The Smelting Cor- 
poration, Limited,” is authorised and licensed to 
carry on business witliin the Province of British 
Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or any of 
the objects hereinafter set forth to which the legisla- 
tive authority of the Legislature of British Columbia 
extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at No. 11, 
and 12, Clements Lane, London, England. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is £G00,- 
000, divided into 600,000 shares of £1 each. 

The head office of the Company in this Province is 
situate at the City of Kaslo, and Arthur R. Browne, 
ore buyer, whose address is Kaslo aforesaid, is the 
attorney for the Company. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a. ) To enter into a contract, a draft, of which has 
been prepared and signed by two of the subscribers 
hereof, and which contract is intended to bear date 
the 17th of March, 1898, and made between The Burn- 
ham Syndicate, Limited, of the one part, and the 
Company of the other part, for the acquisition of cer- 
tain letters patent and patent rights, and for other 
purposes, and to carry the same into effect with or 
without modification : 

(h.) To acquire by purchase, application or other- 
wise, any other letters patent, patent rights, or any 
interest therein, or tlie right to use any invention 
suitable for any business of the Company : 

(c.) To use any invention in which the Company, as 
patentees, licen.see or otherwise, may have an interest, 
and to grant licenses in respect of the same : 

(d.) To acquire any ironstone, lead, copper, tin, 
coal, gold, silver or other mines or mineral property, 
or any share or interest therein : 

(e. ) To work any mines or mineral deposits, and to 
acquire, deal in, treat in any way ores of any kind, and 
to carry on the business of smelting and of workers, 
founders, smiths, iron masters and colliery proprietors, 
manufacturing chemists, and manufacturers of metal 
goods and to deal in metals of all kinds : 

(/.) To construct, and assist in the construction, or 
acquire absolutely or for any term, and to work in 
connection witli the other business of the Company, or 
for pulilic traffic, any railway or tramway, and to enter 
into a working agreement with regard to any railway 
or tramway : 

[(/.) To acquire, build, own, chartci' or hire any 
steamships, lighters or otiier vessels, and to let the 
same, or use the same in connection with the other 
Inisiness of the Conqiany, or as carriers of passengers, 
mails, goods or animals, and to acquire absolutely or 
for any term, or construct and own any (puiys, wharves 
or warehouses : 

(/t. ) To carry on any work of exploration and make 
any experiments in boring or in the treatment of ores 
or metals for any purpose, and to construct, or con- 
tribute towards tlie construction of, any works re- 
(juired for any purpose of the Company, or calculated 
to imjH'ovo any of its property or to facilitate the 
working thereof : 

(i.) Generally to jnirchaso, take on lease or m ex- 
change, hire or otherwise acquire any real or personal 
T)roperty, rights or privileges which the Company may 
think suitable or convenient for the purposes of its 
}>usiiicss, and to erect and construct buildings and 
works of all kinds : 

{j.) To ac(juire and carry on all or any part oi the 
property or business of any person, 19'in, association 
or company possessed of property suitable foi any pui- 


pose of this Company, or carrying on, or in the case 
of a compan}" formed to carry on, any business within 
the foregoing objects, or any business Avhich can be 
conveniently carried on in connection with the same, 
or may seem to the Company calculated directly or in- 
direct!}^ to benefit it, and in connection with any such 
transaction to undertake any liabilities relating to the 
property or business acquired, and also to acipiire, 
hold or dispose of all or any part of the share capital 
or all or any of the obligations of any such company as 
mentioned in this sub-section : 

(A) To sell, let, dispose of or otherwise deal with 
the whole or any part of the property and undertaking 
of the Company on any terms and for any considera- 
tion : 

[1. ) To accept in consideration for any property let, 
sold or disposed of or any service rendered the shares, 
stocks or obligations of any company in the United 
Kingdom or elsewhere, and upon a distribution of 
assets or division of profits to distribute any such 
shares, stocks or obligations amongst tlie members of 
the Company in specie, and to allow any shares belong- 
ing to the Company to be registered in the name or 
names of any nominee or nominees : 

(m. ) To borrow or raise money for any purpose of 
the Company, and for the purpose of securing the 
same and interest thereon, or for any other jnirpose, 
to mortgage or charge the undertaking, and all or any 
part of the property or rights of the Company, present 
or after acquired, including uncalled capital, and to 
create, issue, make, draw, accept and negotiate j)er- 
petual or redeemable debentures, or debenture stock, 
bonds or other obligations, bills of exchange, promis- 
sory notes or other negotiable instruments : 

(n.) To pay out of the funds of the Company all 
expenses of or incident to the formation, registration 
and advertising of the Company, and the issue of 
its capital, including brokerage and commissions for 
obtaining or guaranteeing applications for or placing 
shares : 

(o. ) To contribute money for the purpose of found- 
ing, establishing or maintaining any fund or institu- 
tion calculated to benefit directly or indirectly persons 
employed by the Company, or other companies carry- 
ing on businesses similar to those included in the 
objects of this Company, or the families of any such 
persons, and to erect cottages or other buildings for 
the use or benefit of workmen and others in the 
employ of the Company and their families : 

[p.) To apply for or promote any Act of Parliament, 
provisional order, licence or concession for the purpose 
of extending or varying the objects and powers of the 
Company, or to enable it more conveniently to carry 
on business or any class of business in any country, 
and to make all payments, and abandon or agree to 
any limitation of the Company’s business, and to do 
all other things necessary to enable the Company to 
obtain the same or comply with the terms thereof, and 
to enter into any contract or combination for the 
regulation or protection of any trade in which the 
Company may be engaged : 

(g.) To carry out all or any of the foregoing objects 
as principals or agents, or in partnership or conjunc- 
tion with any other person, firm, association or com- 
pany, and in any part of the world : 

(?’. ) To do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects or 
any of them. 

Given under my hand and .seal of offiee, at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 26th day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

je29 Re(jistrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 135. 

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF AN 
EXITIA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Co iM FAMES Act, 1897.” 


“ Doiiiflass-Ifiaitcr JMinUnj Coiupau ij." 

Registered the 4th day of July, A.l). 1899. 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day regis- 
tered the “Douglass-Hunter iVlining Company” as 
an Extra-Provincial Company under the “ Companies’ 
Act, 1897,” to carry out or effect all or any of the 
objects hereinafter set forth to which the legislative 
authority of the Legislature of British Columbia 
extends. 


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.July 20'in, 18‘)<).] T 


II K muTisn coiAiMivrA (iazkttk 


'I'ho lu'iul olHco of tlio Company is sitiiato in tho 
City of Spokane, State of \\'asliington, U. S A. 

'I'he amount of the eauital of tlie (kmipany is 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into one million shares 
of live cents each. 

'Phc head oHice of the Company in this Province is 
situate at Kossland, and W. 11. Montgomery, miner, 
whose address is Rossland afoi'esaid, is the attorney 
for the Company. 

The time of tho existence of the Com])any is fifty 
years. 

'I'lie objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

To own, buy, sell, improve, work, dcveloj), manage 
and lease miiung pro]>erty, mines, mining claims, and 
to carry on a general mining business, and to buy and 
sell, improve, and own real estate and personal ]>rop- 
erty ; to borrow money, mortgage and pledge any cor- 
porate property as security therefor ; to buy, own, 
improve and construct smelters, and carry on a general 
smelting business, and to do any and all things neces- 
sary which pertain to carrying out the objects and j)ur- 
poses aforesaid ; and to do any and all business author- 
ised by the laws of the iState of Washington. 

(liven under my hand and seal of oflice at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 4th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTT(3N, 

jy6 Registrar of Joint Stock Goinpanw. 


LICENCE AUTHORISINC AN EXTRA-PROVIN- 
CIAL COMPANY 1^0 CARRY ON 
BUS1NE8.S. 


“ CoMu.vNiES Act, 1897.” 


C.VNADA: \ 

Province of British Columbia./ 

No. 155. 

rpHIS IS TO CERTIFY that “The London and 
J._ Pacific Coldfields, Limited,” is authorised and 
licensed to carry on business within the Province of 
British Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or any 
of the objects hereinafter set forth to which the legis- 
lative authority of the Legislature of British Colum- 
bia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at No. 38, 
Holborn Viaduct, London, England. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
£30,000, divided into 120,000 shares of live shillings 
each. 

The head office of the Company in this Province is 
situate at Vancouver, and Elijah John Fader, mining 
engineer, whose address is Vancouver aforesaid, is the 
attorney for the Company. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — • 

{a . ) To purchase, take on lease or in exchange, hire 
or otherwise acquire any lands, mineral properties, 
grants, concessions, leases or licences for mines, tun- 
nel, water or other rights or other interests in lands, 
mines, and mineral properties in the Dominion of 
Canada or elsewhere, and such buildings, plant, ma- 
chinery, easements and effects, and stock-in-trade, 
which may be deemed necessary or advisable for the 
purposes of the Company, for cash, shares or deben- 
tures of the Company, or partly for cash and partly 
for shares, or debentures as may be agreed upon : 

{}).) To work, explore, develop and maintain the 
mines, minerals and other properties of the Companjq 
and to carry on and conduct tlie business of raising, 
working, mining, smelting and selling ores, metals 
and minerals in all its branches, and to smelt, manu- 
facture and render merchantable or fit for use any 
ores, minerals, clays and other substances, and whether 
obtained from the mines or properties of the Company 
or otherwise : 

(c. ) To enter into or adopt any provisional or other 
agreement with the owner or owners of property in 
the Dominion of Canada or elsewhere, and with any 
per.son or company having property adjoining or con- 
tiguous to the property of the Company, for driving 
levels, or otherwise to assist in the development of the 
property to be acquired by the Company, and to pro- 
vide and make the contributions and other payments 
necessary or proper under such agreement or agree- 
ments : 


(d.) d’o ac(iuire, deal in, sell, and (lisj)ose <)f ores 
and mineials generally, and to carry on the busi ness 
of a mining, smelting and trading (Jomjiany in all its 
branches: 

(p. ) To grant or s(dl licences for tho working of the 

whole or any parts of the mines and ju'ojierties of the 
Company : 

(/. ) 'I’o acquire any inventions, letters jiatent, or 
licences capable of being used for the jiurposes of the 
Company, or any of them, and to work, transfer, let, 
or sub-let tlie same : 

(f/. ) To sell tlie undertaking of the Company, or any 
part tliereof, or to sell, lease or otherwise disjiose of 
or mortgage, upon such terms as may be tlioiight ex- 
))cdient the properties and premises, jilaiit, machinery 
and stock of the (Jonqiany, or any jiart or jiarts 
thereof, and any land, houses or other buildings 
aeipiired or erected by the Companj', and to accept in 
payment for any such .sale, lease, or disposal as afore- 
said, money, or shares or debentures of any other com- 
pany, or any or all of them in any proportion, and to 
liold and dispose of, from time to time, such shares, 
bonds and debentures : 

(/t.) "To invest the capital of the Company in build- 
ing on or otherwise improving or adding to the mar- 
ketable value of the lands or other jiroperty from time 
to time acquired by tlie Company, and to make, main- 
tain and use sucli works as the Company may think 
necessary or expedient for any of the purposes afore- 
said : 

[i.) 'Fo procure the Company to be registered or 
incorporated, or otherwise empowered or represented, 
in the Dominion of Canada, or wherever else it may be 
necessary or expedient so to do : 

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

(k.) To hold in the names of others any property 
whicli the Company is authorised to acquire, and to 
carry on or do any of the businesses and acts and 
things aforesaid, either as principal or agent, and 
either by the agency of, or as agents or trustees for 
others : 

(1.) To establish and regulate agencies for carrying 
on the business of the Company, whether in the 
United Kingdom or abroad : 

(m. ) To promote, form and defray all or any part of 
the expenses of, or incidental to the promotion, for- 
mation and procuring the subscription of the capital 
of companies; to purchase any of the said properties or 
mining rights, and to sell and dispose of the same ; to 
subscribe for shares or debentures in any of the said 
companies, and to accept an}^ purchase-money in 
shares or debentures or otherwise, but so that such 
shares or debentures shall be fully paid up and involve 
no liability to this Company : 

(??..) To construct or subscribe to, and aid in the 
construction of any railway or tramway in the Domin- 
ion of Canada, or elsewhere, the existence of which 
may be deemed to be advantageous to this Company, 
and to take and hold shares in any company formecl 
for the purpose of the construction of any such rail- 
or tramv'ay : 

(o. ) To borrow or raise money by the issue of or 
upon bonds, debentures and debenture stock, bills of 
exchange, promissory notes, or other obligations or 
securities of the Company or of its uncalled capital, or 
upon its income, revenue or profits, or in such other 
manner as the Company shall think fit, and to make, 
accept, indorse and execute promissory notes, bills of 
exchange, and other negotiable instruments ; 

{p.) To distribute any of the property of the Com- 
pany among the members in specie, but so that no dis- 
tribution amounting to a reduction of capital be made 
without the sanction of tho Court if requisite : 

{q.) To remunerate any person or company for ser- 
vices rendered, or to be rendered, in placing, or assist- 
ing to place, or guarantee the placing of any of the 
shares in the Company’s capital, or any debentures or 
other securities of the Company, or in or about the 
formation or promotion of the Company, or the con- 
duct of its business ; 

(r.) To transact and do all such matters and things 
as are conducive or incidental to the above objects. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria 
Province of British Columbia, this 8th day of July| 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jyl3 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20tii, 1899. 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANIES. 


No. 136. 

CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF AN 
EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“C 0 MPANIE.S Act, 1897.” 

“ The Gctn Silvcr-Tead Mining and fynieiling 
Cotnjiang.” 

Registered the 18tli day of July, A. I). 1899. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that I hav'e tliis day regis- 
i tered the “ Gem Silver-Lead M ining and Smelting 
Company,” as an Extra-Provincial Company under the 
“Companies’ Act, 1897,” and to carry out or effect all 
or any of the objects hereinafter set' forth, to which 
the legislative authority of the Legislature of British 
Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate in the City 
of Spokane, State of Wasliingtou, U. S. A. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is $75,000, 
divided into 1,500,000 shares of five cents each. 

The head ofiice of the Company in this Province is 
situate at Sullivan Hill, and J. Houghton, minor (not 
empowered to issue and transfer stock), and whose 
address is Sullivan Hill aforesaid, is the attorney for 
the Companj'. 

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

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

To work, opei-ate, buy, sell, lease, locate, acquire, 
procure, hold and deal in mines, metals and minerals, 
and mineral claims, of every kind and description, 
within the United States of America, and the Province 
of British Columbia ; to carry on and conduct a gen- 
eral mining, smelting, milling and reduction business; 
to procure, acquire, hold erect and operate electric 
and power plants for the purpose of mining and treat- 
ing ores, and for the purpose of furnishing light and 
creating power ; to bond, buy, lease, locate and hold 
ditches, flumes and water rights ; to construct, lease, 
buy, sell, build and operate railroads, ferries, tram- 
ways and other means of transportation for transport- 
ing ores, mining and other material ; to own, bond, 
buy, sell, lease and locate timber and timber claims ; 
to purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or 
any part of the business, property and good-will and 
liabilities of any company, corporation, partnership or 
person carrying on any business which this Company 
is authorised to carry on, or which is in any respect 
sindlar to the objects of this Company, or which is 
capable of being conducted so as directly or indirectly 
to benefit this Company, or possessed of property 
deemed suitable for the purposes of this Company ; to 
subscribe for, purchase, or otherwise acquire and hold 
shares in any other company having objects altogether 
or in part similar to those of this Company, or carry- 
ing on any business cajjable of being comluctcd so as 
to directly or indirectly benefit this Company : to 
borrow, raise or secure the payment of monej' in such 
manner as the Company shall see fit. 

Given tinder my hand and seal of office at \ictoria. 
Province of British Colund)ia, this 18th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] 8. Y. WOO'I’TON, 

jy20 Jiefji-Hlrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 137. 

CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISI'RA’ITON 
AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMl’ANY. 


OF 


“Companies’ Act, 1897.” 

“ Jloirc (ifoaj) Mining Coni])ang.’' 

Registered tlie 18th day of July, A. 1). 1899. 

1 HEREBY CERTIFY that I have tliis day regis- 
tered the “ Howe Group M-ining Company” as ai) 
Extra-Provincial Compan}q under the “Companies 
Aet, 1897,” and to cai-ry out or effect all or any of the 
objects hereinafter set forth to which the legislative 
authority of the Legislature of British Columbia 

extends. , 

'I'lio liead ofiice of the Company is situate in the City 

of Spokane, (State of Wasliingtou, U.S.A. 

Tlie amount of the capital of the Company is $10(1,- 
000, divided into 1,000,000 shares of 10 cents eacli. 

'I’he head ofiice of the Company m tins 1 rovnicc is 
situate at Fort Steele, and Daniel Howe, free miner 
(not empowered to issue and transfer stoek), whose 


address is Fort Steele, is the attorney for the Com- 
pany. 

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

The objects for -which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

To work, operate, buy, sell, lease, locate, acquire, 
procure, hold, and deal in mines, metals, and minerals 
of every kind, description, and character, within the 
United States of America and the Province of British 
Columbia, Canada ; to carry on and conduct a general 
mining, smelting, milling, and reduction business ; to 
purchase, acquire, hold, erect, and operate electric 
and poiver jilants for the purpose of mining and treat- 
ing ores, and for the purpose of furnishing light and 
creating jiower for all purposes ; to bond, buy, lease, 
locate, and hold ditches, flumes, and water rights ; 
to construct, lease, buy, sell, build, or operate rail- 
roads, ferries, tramways, or other means of ti'ansporta- 
tion for transporting ores, mining and other materials; 
to own, bond, buy, lease, sell, and locate timber and 
timber claims and land ; and finally to do everything 
consistent and requisite for the carrying out of the 
objects and purposes aforesaid, in their fullest and 
broadest sense, in the territory aforesaid. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 18th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy20 Jicgiiitrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


GOLD COMMISSIONERS’ NOTICES. 


CARIBOO MINING DIVISION. 


JVyOTICE is hereby giv^en that an extension of time 
has been granted to the 1st Septembei’, 1899, 
during which all claims legally held on the Swift 
Current Creek and tributaries, in the Tete Jaune 
Cache District, are declared laid over. 

J. FRED. HUME, 

jel Minister of Mines. 


BENNETT AND ATLIN LAKE MINING 
DIVISIONS. 


q^OTICE is hereby given tliat an extension of time, 
La during which all Placer Mining Claims legally 
held in the Atliii Lake and Bennett Lake Mining 
Divisions are declared laid over, has been granted to 
the 1st August, 1899. 

J. FRED HUME, 

Minister oj Mines. 

Department of ilHwe.s, 

Victoria, 7th June, 1S99. jo8 


DOMINION ORDERS IN COUNCIL. 


[ 1012 ] 

AT THE GOVERNMENT HOUSE AT OTTAWA. 

Monday, the 22nd day of May, 1899. 

PRESENT : 

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL 
IN COUNCIL. 

O N A MEMORANDUM, dated 9th May, 1899, 
from the Minister of the Interior, stating that 
he has received an apjilieation from the municipal 
authorities of the City of Rcvelstoke, British Colum- 
bia, to be granted Villa Lots Nos. 51 to 57, both inclu- 
sive, for the purpose of a ]iiiblic park. 

The Minister recommends, the Lots in question being 
available, that Villa Lots Nos. 51 to 57, both inclusive, 
excluding tlierefrom the Government Reserve border- 
ing on portions of certain of these lots, and the streets 
crossing the same, as shewn coloured pink on the 
annexed plan, be granted tb.e City of Rcvelstoke, 
Britisli Columbia, for the purpose of a ])ublic park, 
and upon condition that the same shall be used for no 
other jmrpose, under sub-section 2 of section 1 1 of the 
regulations for the survey, administration, disposal 
and management of Dominion Lands M’ithin the Forty- 
mile Railway Belt in the Province of British ('olum- 
bia, upon jiayment of the usual patent fee of .$10.00. 

The Committe sulmiit the same for Y our Excellency’s 
approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, 

je29 Clerk of the Privy Council. 


July I’Otii, 1S!)<).] TIIK r.KITISII COLUMBIA OAZLTTK. 


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CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. 


No. ‘JSli. 

“COMl'ANIKS A(!T, 1S!)7.” 

I _ 

(’I'.KTU'IVATI: OK TIIK iNCOKI'OU.vnoN OK “'I’llK iNTKIt- 
N.XTIONAI, LiMITK.O.” 

Ciipilat, 

1 111-:iB«:r.V (’KRTIFV tliat “'I'ho lutcrmitioiial 
l.iinitetl,” lia.s this day hfoii iiicauporatcd uialcr 
the “ ('oiu])aiiios’ Ai't, l<S!»7,” a.s a Linnted (lompaiiy, 
with a capital of (ifty thousand dollars, divided into 
fifty thousand shares of one dollar each. 

'I’ho registei'ed ollieo of tiie Coinpany will lie situate 
in the City of Rosslaud, British Cohnnhia. 

The ohjeets for which the Coinp.'uiy has been estal)- 
lished are : — 

(cr.) To acipiii'e and take over as a going eoneerii the 
hiisiness now carried on in the City of Rosslaud, in 
the Province of Britisli Colunihia, hy A. Kloekinann, 
and known as the International Hotel and Music Hall, 
and all or any of the assets and liabilities of tlie pro- 
])rietor of that business in eonneetion therewith, and 
\Yith a view thereto to enter ijito the agreement referred 
to in clause .3 of the Company’s Articles of Association, 
and to carry tlie same into effect with or without 
nioditieation : 

(l>.) To establish, maintain, conduct, and carry on 
the Inisiness of hotel, restaurant, cafe, saloon, tavern, 
heordioiise, wine-room, refreshment room and lodging- 
house keepers, licensed victuallers, Avine, beer, and 
spirit merchants, brewers, malsters, distillers, imjjort- 
ers and manufacturers of icrated, mineral and artificial 
waters and other drinks, purveyors, caterers for public 
amusement generally, coach, cab, and carriage propri- 
etors, livei'y-stable keepers, farmers, dairymen, ice 
merchants, importers and brokers of food, live and dead 
stock and produce of all descriptions, hair-dressers, 
proprietors of clubs, baths, hot springs, sanitariums, 
dressing-rooms, laundries, reading, writing and news- 
pa 2 Jer rooms, libraries, grounds and places of amuse- 
ment, recreation, sport, entertainment and instruction 
of all kinds, tobacco and cigar merchants, and any 
other business Avhich can conveniently be carried on in 
connection therewith : 

(c. ) To construct at the City of Rossland and else- 
where in the Province of British Columbia, and through- 
out the Avorld, theatres and other buildings and works 
convenient for the purposes thereof, and to manage, 
maintain and carry on the said theatres and other 
buildings Avhen so erected or constructed : 

(cl.) To carry on the business of theatre proprietors 
and managers, and in particular to provide for the pro- 
duction, representation, and performance of opera, 
stage plays, operettas, burlesques, vaudevilles, ballets, 
pantomimes, spectacular pieces, promenade and other 
concerts and other musical and dramatic perform- 
ances and entertainments, and theatrical agents, box- 
office keepers, and concert room proprietors ; 

(e. ) To carry on any other business, Avhether manu- 
facturing or otherwise, which may seem to the Com- 
pany capable of being conveniently carried on in con- 
nection with the above, or calcidated, directly or indi- 
rectljq to enhance the value or render profitable any of 
the Company’s property or rights : 

(/.) 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 authorised to carry on, or possessed 
of property suitable for the purposes of this Company: 
{{/. ) To promote any company or companies for tlie 
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 : 

(h.) Generally to purchase, take on lease or in 
exchange, hire, or otherwise acquire, any real and per- 
sonal property, and rights aiul privileges which the 
Company may think necessary or convenient for the 
purposes of its Inisiness, and in particular any land, 
buildings, plant and stock-in-trade : 

(i.) To construct, maintain, and alter any buildings, 
or works, necessary or convenient for the purjioses of 
the Company : 

ij.) To invest and deal with the moneys of the 
Company not immediately required upon such securi- 
ties and in such manner as may from time to time be 
determined : 

(L) To borrow or raise or secure the payment of 
moneys in such other manner as the Company shall 


I think lit, and in particular by the i.ssue of debentures 
or ilebcnturc stock, jicrpctual or ofherwi.se, charged 
upon all or any of Hie Company’s property, both 
IM'cscnt and future, including its uncalled ca[iital, and 
to redeem or pay oil' any sneh seeuritics: 

(/. ) To draw, m.ike, acce])t, indorse, discount, 
e.'cecute and issue promissory notes, bills of exehange, 
bills of lading, warrants, delienturcs, and other nego- 
tiable instruments : 

(ill.) To .sell or dispose of the undertaking of the 
Company, or aiy 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 pai’t similar to thi.s 
Company : 

(it.) 'i'o sell, improve, jnanage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or other- 
wise deal with, all or any pai't of tlie jiropei ty and 
rights of the Company : 

(o.) 'J'o do all or any of the aliove things in any part 
of the world, and as jirincipals, agents, eontraetors, 
trustees, or otherwise, and by or through trustees, 
agents, or otherwise, and either alone or in conjunction 
with others: 

(]i.) 'I’o do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects. 

Given under m 3 ' hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
I’rovinec of British Columbia, this ‘ilith day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTl’ON, 

je29 lieijintrar of Joint Stork Companie.'t. 

No. 287. 

“COMPANIES’ ACT, 1897.” 


CjCKTIKICATK OF THE InOORI’OHATJON OK “ 'I'lIK BUCK- 
HOKN GOI.I) AND Coi’KER CoMl'ANY, LIMITED,” 

“ Non-Personal Liariejty.” 


Cap! fat, .$ 1 ,, 'TOO, 000. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “The Buckhorn Gold 
and Copper Company, Limited,” “ Non-Personal 
Liability,” has this day been incorporated under the 
“ Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a Limited Company, with 
a capital of one million five hundred thousand dollars, 
divided into one million five hundred thousand shares 
of one dollar each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the Town of Greenwood, B. C. 

The Company is specially' limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) To acquire the “Buckhorn” and “Tintic” 
mining properties, or interests therein, and other min- 
ing properties, or interests therein, situate in what is 
commonly knoAvn as Deadwood Camp, Kettle River 
Mining Division, Yale District, British Columbia, and 
for that purpose to enter into and carry out, either 
with or-Avithout modifications, the agreements which 
may have been entered into Avith any person or persons 
in connection Avith said properties : 

(h.) To manage, develop, work, and sell the mines, 
mineral claims, and mining properties of the Company: 

(c.) To Avin, get, treat, refine, and market the 
minerals from said mines, mineral claims, and mining 
properties : 

(d . ) To do all such things as are incidental or con- 
ducive to the attainment of the above objects. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
ProA'ince of British Columbia, this 26th day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

je29 Befiktrar of Joint Stock Companie.'i. 

No. 288. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 

Certificate of the Incorporation of “The 
Johnson and Burnett, Limited. 


Cnpifat, 

T HEREBY CERTIFY tliat “The Johnson and 
JL Burnett, Limited,” has this day been incorporated 
under the “ Companies’ Act, 1897,'” as a limited com- 
pany, Avith a capital of tAventy-five thousand dol- 
lars, divided into tAVO hundred and fifty shares of 
one hundred dollars each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Vancouver, British Columbia. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


I he objects for wliich the Company has been estab- 
hshed are : — 

(a.) 1 o purchase or otherwise acquire or takeover 
the business and all partnership assets, both real and 
personal, of the partnership now doing business at the 
City of Vancouver as “Johnson and Burnett,” and to 
pay for the same either in money or in shares of the 
Company, or partly in money and partly in shares : 
{!>.) To charter, biry, sell, barter in or otherwise 
transact business with and in vessels and steamboats : 
(c. ) To carry on business as cannerj men, or canners 
of salmon or other fish, and to do all business in con- 
nection therewith that may be requisite fortlie proper 
carrying on of the cannery business : 

{d.) io undertake and execute any trusts the under- 
taking of which may seem to the Company desirable : 
(e.) To purchase for investment or resale, and to 
traffic in land and house and other property of any 
tenure and any interest therein, and to create, sell 
and deal in freehold and leasehold ground rents, and 
to make advances upon the security of land, or house, 
or other property, or any interest therein, and gener- 
ally to deal in, traffic by way of sale, lease, exchange 
or otherwise with land and house property and any 
other property whether real or personal : 

(/■) To manage land, buildings, and other property, 
whether belonging to the Company or not, and to 
collect rents and income, and to supply to tenants and 
occupiers and others, refreshments, attendance, mes- 
sengers, light, waiting rooms, reading rooms, meeting 
rooms, lavatories, laundry conveniences, electric con- 
veniences, stables and other advantages : 

{(j.) To enter into anj^ agreement or agreements 
with any Covernment, supreme, local, municipal or 
otherwise, that may seem beneficial to the Company’s 
objects or any of them, and to olitain from any such 
Government or authority any subsidy, right or rights, 
or privileges which the Company may deem it advis- 
able to obtain, and to purchase any such subsidy, 
rights or privileges from any person or persons, com- 
pany or companies, corporation or corporations, and 
to carry out, exercise and comply with any such 
arrangement, rights or privileges : 

(h.) To sell, improve, manage, develoiJ, 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 : 

{i. ) To provide working capital for and to assist in 
the formation of new companies or reconstruction of 
existing companies, or to form subsidiary companies 
for the purpose of purchasing, or in any other way 
acquiring the options or properties, leases or busi- 
nesses of this Company, or for any other purpose 
which may seem directly or indirectlj’ calculated to 
benefit the Company ; 

(./.) To establish and maintain agencies of tlie Com- 
pany in Great Britain and in any Colony or Foreign 
State, and to do all acts necessary to procure the Com- 
pany to be duly constituted or incorporated and regis- 
tered, or recognized as a Company with limited 
liability, in Great Bi'itain and in any Colony or Foreign 
State where the Comp.any may carry on business : 

(L) To carry on any other business (whether manu- 
facturing or otherwise) whicli may seem to the Com- 
pany capable of being conveniently carried on in C07i- 
nection with the above, or calcidated directly or 
indirectly to enhance the value or render j)rofitablc 
any of the Company’s property or riglits ; 

(/. ) To ac(|uire and undertake the wliole or any part 
of the business, property and liabilities of any ])crson 
or company cai-rying on any business which this Com- 
pany is authorised to carry on, or possessed of j)ro])- 
erty suitable for the purposes of this Company : 

(m.) 'I’o apply for, purchase, or otherwise acquire, 
any patents, brevets d invention, licences, concessions, 
and the like, conferring an exclusive or non-exclusive 
or limited right to use, or any secret or other infor- 
mation as to any invention which may seeni capable 
of being used for any of the ])ur])oses of the Company, 
or the acquisition of wliich may seem calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to benefit this Coinjiany, and to 
use, exercise, develop or grant licences in respect of, 
or otherwise turn to account the property, rights oi 

information so acquired : . ■ r 

(m.) J’o carry on the business of miners of every 
description, and to inirchasc, take on lease or exchange, 
hire or otherwise acquire and hold lands, mines, 
estates, factories, buildings, furnaces for smelting or 
otherwise treating ores or refining metals, mining 
rights, rights of way, light or water, or an_\ 
rights or privileges, machinery, businesses, good-wills. 


plants, stock-in-trade or other real or personal jiroperty 
as may be deemed advisable : 

(o.) To work, explore, develop and maintain the 
mines, minerals and other proiierty of the Company, 
and to raise, crush, win, get, quarry, calcine, refine, 
dress, amalgamate, manipulate and prepare ore, metal 
and mineral substances of all kinds, whether the prop- 
erty of the Company or not, in British Columbia, and to 
carry on any metallurgical operation w'hich may seem 
conducive to the Company’s objects or any of them : 
(p.) To borrow, or raise, or secure the payment of 
money in such other manner as the Company shall 
think fit, and in particular by the issue of debentures 
or debenture stock, chai-ged upon all or any of the 
Company’s property, and to redeem or pay off any 
such securities : 

{q.) To drawq make, accept, indorse, discount, exe- 
cute, and issue jiromissory notes, bills of exchange, 
bills of lading, warrants, debentures and other nego- 
tiable and transferable instruments : 

(r. ) To enter into any agreement for sharing profits, 
union of interest, co-operation, joint adventure, 
reciprocal concessions, or otherwise, with any person 
or company engaged in, or about to carry on or engage 
in, any business or transaction capable of being con- 
ducted so as directly or indirectly to benefit the Com- 
pany ; and to lend money to, guarantee the contracts 
of, or otherwise assist any such person or compaii}', 
and to take or otherwise accpiire shares and securi- 
ties of any such company, and to sell, hold, re-issue, 
with or without guarantee, or otherwise deal wdth the 
same : 

(•S'.) To lend money to such pei'sons and on such 
terms as may seem expedient, and in particular to 
customers and others having dealings with the Com- 
pany, and to guarantee the performance of contracts 
by any such persons : 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 26th day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninetj'-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

je29 lieqislrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 289. 

“ COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 


Certificate of the Incorporation of “The 
Arctic Slope Hydraulic Mining Company, 
Limited.” “Non-Personal Liability.” 


Capital, $1,000,000. 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that “The Arctic Slope 
Hydraulic Mining Company, Limited,” “Non- 
Personal Liability,” has this day been incorporated 
under the “ Companies Act, 1897,” as a Limited Com- 
pany, with a capital of one million dollars, divided 
into one million shares of one dollar each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Victoria, British Columbia. 

The Company is sjiecially limited under section ,')6 
of the said xVet. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

{a.) To acquire and take over certain leases and 
mining rights, Avater rights and mill rights, now 
owned by the Omineca Consolidated Hydraulic Mining 
Companjq Limited, The Honourable Sir Charles Hib- 
bert Tujiper, K. C. M. G., Frederick Peters, Q. C., 
George C. Hinton, 'riic Honourable 'riiomas R. ISIc- 
I lines, T. R. E. Meinnes, J. 1'. Bethune, William 
Grant, (JeorgeL. Milne, M. 1)., and C. N. Black, all 
of the Citj’ of Victoria, British Columbia, and Lieut. - 
Col. S. W. Ray, of Port Arthur, Ontario, and for that 
purpose to enter into and carry out either with or 
without modifications, the agreement entered into on 
the twenty-third (2Jrd) day of May, 1899, between the 
said the Omineca Consolidated Hydraulic M ining Com- 
pany, Limited, of the first ]iart, and the Honourable 
Sir Charles Hibbert Tuppcr,O.C. , K.C. M.G., Frederick 
I’eters, (j. C., George C. Hinton, 'I'lie Honourable 
Thomas R. Meinnes, '1'. R. E- MeInnes, .1. T. Bethune, 
V'illiani Grant, George L. Milne, M. 1)., C. N. Black, 
and IJeut.-Col. S. W. Ray, and also to acijuire any 
other hyilraiilic mining jirojicrties, leases, mines, 
miiieial claims and mining properties within the Prov- 
ince of Britifsh Columbia : 

{h.) 'Po manage, develop, work and sell the said 
mining jirojierties and leases of the Compnny and any 
other milling properties, rights or privileges which 
may hereafter be acquired : 

{<•.) To win, get, treat, refine and market the 
minerals from said mines and mining properties : 


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.luLY 20tii, 1890 .] TllK mUTlSII COLUMI 5 TA 


(3AZK1 


I’M. 


((/.) To do nil such thing's ns aro incidi'iilal or ooii- 
(liu'ivu to the uttainnioiit of tlio altovo objects. 

(liven miller my liaml and seal of ollice at Victoria, 
l‘rovii\ce of llritisli Columbia, this ‘Jlllb day of .) line, 
one tlioiisaiid eight liimdred and iiinety-iiiiie. 

[i,.s.] S. V. WOOTTON, 

jc'dS) Rei/istrar of Joint Stock' Comjxinie.s. 

No. '_>!)(). 

“COMI’ANIKS ACT, 1S‘)7.” 

Ckhtifu'.vi'k oKTiiK. Incoki’ouation ok“'J'iik Indi.vn.v 
C oN.SOl.IDATKI) SlI.VK.R MlNlNIi Co.MfANY, LlM- 
ITKII,” “ NoN- 1*KKSONAI, I.,lAltIUTY.” 

Copiliil, $ HH),OOtt. 

1 11KUKBV CMKTIFY that “The Indiana Consol- 
idated Silver Mining Company, Limited,” “ Non- 
1‘ersonal Liability,” has this day been incorporated 
under the “Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a Limited Com- 
pany, with a capital of one hundred thousand dollars, 
divided into one million shares of ten cents each. 

'Pile registered ollice of the Comjiany will be situate 
at W hitewater, in the Province of British Columbia. 

The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

'Phe objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(1.) I'o aciiuire, manage, develop, work and sell 
mines, mineral claims, and mining properties within 
the Province of British Columbia, and to win, get, 
treat, refine and market mineral therefrom : 

(2.) I’o borrow or raise money for the purposes of 
the Company, and for the purpose of securing the same 
and interest, or for any other purpose, to mortgage or 
charge the undertaking, or all or any part of the 
property of the Company, present or after aci^uired, 
and to create, issue, make, draw, accept, and negotiate 
perpetual or redeemable bonds, debentures or deben- 
ture stock, promissory notes, bills of exchange, bills of 
lading, warrants, obligations, and other negotiable and 
transferable instruments : 

(;i.) 'Po sell or dispose of the undertaking of the 
Company, or any part thereof, for such consideration 
as the Company may think fit : 

(4.) To do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects. 

Given under my hand and seal of Office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jyO llegidrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 294. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 

Certificate of the Incorporation of “The Detroit 
AND Lardead Gold Minino Company of Brit- 
i.sii Columbia, Limited,” “Non-Personal 
Liability. 


e<i2>it(ii, $ir>o,ooo. 

HEREBY CER'JTFY that “The Detroit and Lar- 
dcaii Gold Mining Company of British Columbia, 
Limited,” “ Non-Personal Liability,” has this day been 
incorporated under the “ Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a 
limited company, with a capital of one hundred and 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into one million five 
hundred thousand shares of ten cents each. 

'The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Rossland, British Columbia. 

'The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) 'To purchase, lease, locate, or otherwise acquire 
any mineral claims, mineral lands, mines, and real 
estate in the Province of British Columbia or else- 
where, and to pay for the same either in money or in 
fully paid-up shares of the Company, or partly in money 
and partly in shares, and to sell or lease or other- 
wise dispose of the same, or any of them : 

(h.) To raise, crush, win, get, quarry, smelt, calcine, 
refine, dress, amalgamate, manipulate and prepare for 
market ore, metal and mineral substances of all kinds, 
whether the property of the Company or not, in 
British Columbia or elsewhere, and to carry on any 
metallurgical operation which may seem conducive to 
the Company’s objects or an}' of them, or which may 
seem capable of being usefully or profitably carried on 
in connection with the business of the Company, and 


to sell, disiiose of, and deal in any ore, metal aiid 
mineral substances resulting from or to be obtained m 
the process of milling, crushing, smelting, refining or 
manufacturing the .same, and either free or in com- 
bination with other substances : 

(r. ) 'To construct, carry out, maintain, improve, 
manage, work, control and superintend any trails, 
roadways, tramways, reservoirs, water-coiir.ses, 
bridges, aqueducts, wharves, furnaces, saw-mills, 
crushing works, electrical works, smelting works, con- 
centrating work.s, hydraulic works, factories, ware- 
houses and other works and conveniences which may 
seem, directly or indirectly, conducive to any of the 
objects of the Gomjiany, or to contribute to, sub- 
sidise or otherwise aid and take [lart in such opera- 
tions : . . , 

(d.) 'To buy, sell, manufacture, and deal in minerals, 

plant, machinery, inqdements, conveniences, provis- 
ions and things capable of being u.sed in connection 
with metallurgical operations, or any of the business 
of the Company, or required by workmen and others 
employed by tlie Ckaiqiany : 

(e. ) To purchase, take or lease or in exchange, 
hire or otherwise acquire and hold lands, mines, 
factories, buildings, furnaces for smelting or treating 
ores and relining metals, mining rights, rights of way, 
light or water, or any other rights or ])rivileges, ma- 
chinery, businesses, goodwill, ])lants, stock in trade, 
or any other real or personal proiierty as may be 
deemed advisable : 

(2.) 'To use steam, water, electricity or any other 
power as a motive power, or otherwise: 

(/. ) 'I’o clear, manage, farm, cultivate, irrigate, 
plant, build on or otherwise woi-k, use or improve any 
land which, or any interest in wliich, may belong to 
the Company; to deal with any farm or other pro- 
duct of any land of the Company ; to lay out cities, 
or towns, or villages on any lands of the Company : 

(g.) To acquire and carry on all or any part of the 
business or property, and to undertake any liabilities 
of any person, firm, association, or company posses- 
sed of property suitable for the jiurpose of the Com- 
])any, or carrying on any business which this Conqiany 
is authorised to carry on, or which can be conveniently 
carried on in connection with the same, or may seem 
to this Company calculated, directly or indirectly, to 
benefit the Company, and as the consideration for the 
same to pay cash or to issue any shares, stocks or obli- 
gations of this Company : 

(h.) To undertake and carry into effect all such 
financial, trading or other operations or businesses in 
connection with the objects of the Company as the 
Company may think fit ; 

(i.) To enter into partnership, or into any arrange- 
ment for sharing profits, union of interest, co-opera- 
tion, joint adventure, reciprocal concession, or other- 
wise, with any person or company carrying on or 
engaged in, or about to carry on or engage in, any 
business or transaction which the Company is author- 
ised to carry on or engage in, or any business or tran- 
saction capable of being conducted so as directly or 
indirectly to benefit the Company ; and to lend money 
to, guarantee the contracts of, or otherwise assist any 
such person or company, and to take and otherwise 
acquire shares and securities of any such company, and 
to sell, hold, re-issue, with or without guarantees, or 
otherwise deal with the same : 

{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 comjiany 
having objects, altogether or in part, similar to those 
of this Company : 

(k.) To promote any company or companies for the 
purpose of acquiring all or any of the property" and 
liabilities of the Company, or for any other pmqiose 
which may seem directly or indirectly calculated to 
benefit this Company : 

{L) Generally to purchase, take on lease or in ex- 
change, hire, or otherwise acquire, any real or per- 
sonal property, and any rights or privileges which the 
Company may think necessary or convenient for the 
purpose of its Inisiness and in particular any mines, 
mining rights, lands, timber lands or limits, buildings, 
easements, machinery, plant and stock in trade ; 

(m . ) 'To lend or invest the moneys of the Company not 
immediately required, and to make advancements for 
the purposes of this Company, on stocks, shares and 
other securities, and on properties of all kinds, and in 
such manner as from time to time maybe determined : 
(m. ) 'fo borrow or raise money for any purpose of the 
Company, and for the purpose of securing the same 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


and interest, or for any other purpose, to mortgage and 
charge the undertakings of all or any part of the 
property of the Company, present or after accinired, 
or its uncalled capital, and- to create, issue, make, 
draw, accept and negotiate perpetual or redeemable 
debenture stock, promissory notes, bills of exchange, 
bills of lading, warrants, obligations, and other negoti- 
able instruments : 

(o. ) To enter into any arrangements with the flov- 
einment or any authority, iiiunici 2 )al, local, or other- 
wise, that may seem conducive to the Comjiany’s 
objects or anj’^ of them, and to obtain from such 
brovernment or authority any I’ights, privileges or 
concession which the Company may think it desirable 
to obtain, and to carry out, exercise and comjily with, 
or, if deemed desirable, dispose of any such arrange- 
ments, rights, privileges and concessions : 

{p. ) To obtain any Act of Parliament for enabling 
the Company to carry any of its objects into effect, 
or for effecting any modification of the Conijiany’s 
constitution, or for any other jmrpose vvdiich may seem 
expedient, and to op^iose any apiilications or proceed- 
ings which may seem calculated, directly or indi- 
rectly, to prejudice the Company’s interest : 

(q.) To distribute any of the projierty of the Com- 
jiany among the members in sjiecie : 

(r. ) To pay out of the funds of the Comjiany all 
expenses incidental to the formation, registration, 
and advertising of the Company, and the issue of its 
capital, including brokerage and commission for obtain- 
ing applications for or jffacing shares, and to ajiply at 
the cost of the Comjiany to Parliament for any exten- 
sion of the Company’s jiowers: 

(s.) To procure the Comjiany to be registered in 
any place or country : 

(t.) To do all such otlier thiugs as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects : 

(m. ) Nothing hereinbefore contained shall give, or 
be construed to give to this Company any greater or 
further powers than are jiermitted to a company incor- 
porated as a company, having nou-^iersonal liabilities, 
under the “Companies Act, 1897,” and all the objects 
hereinbefore expressed are hereby restricted to acquir- 
ing and mining, develojjing, working and selling mines, 
mineral claims and mining laropcrties, and the winning, 
getting, treating, refining and marketing of mineral 
therefrom. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 4th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jyfi Reqistrai' of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 295. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 


CkRTII'TCATK OF THU IXCORPOKATION OF “ TlIE BiG 
Four Con.solihated Minincj Company, Limited,” 

“ Non-Personae Ljability.” 


Capital, $‘J.~>0,000. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “The Big Four Con- 
solidated Mining CompaTiy, Limited,” “Non-Per- 
sonal Liability,” has this day been incoi-porated under 
the “Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a Limitcil Company, 
with a caj)ital of t\v'o hundred and fifty thousand dol- 
lars, divided into two million five hundred tliousand 
sliares of ten cents each. 

d’he registered office of the C’ompany will be situate 
in the City of Rossland, British Columbia. 

Tlie time of the existence of the Company is fifty 
years. 

Tlie Company is sjiccially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The olijects for wliich the Company lias been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) J’o purchase the Big Four Group, including the 
“Big Bend,” “Double,” “Aetna” and “Big Four” 
l<’ractional Mineral Claims, situate in the Trail Creek 
Mining Division of West Kootenay District ; and also 
to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otheiwvise acquire 
any mineral claims, mineral lands, mines, ]iroperties 
and any real estate in the I’rovince of British Colum- 
bia or elsewhere, and to pay for the same either in 
money or fully paid-iq) shares of the Company, or 
partly in money and partly in such shares, and to sell, 
or lease, or otherwdse disjiose of the same, or any of 
them ; 

{!,.) To work, exiiloro, develop and maintain the 
mines, minerals and other jiroperlies of the Company, 
and to carry on the business of miners of every descrip- 
tion, and to raise, crush, wdn, get, quarry, smelt, cal- 


cine, refine, dress, amalgamate, manijjulate, and iire- 
jjare for market, ore, metal and mineral substances of 
all kinds, whether the projjerty of the Comjjany or 
not, in British Columbia and elsewhere, and to carry 
on any metallurgical ojjerations which maj' seem con- 
ducive to the Company’s objects or any '^of them, or 
wdiich may seem cajiable of being law'fully or firofit- 
ably carried on in connection with the other business 
ot the Coiiqjany, and to sell, disjiose of and deal in any 
ore, metal ami mineral substances, either in manu- 
factmed state or otherwise, and any minerals or sub- 
stances resulting from or to be obtained in the process 
of smelting, refining or manufacturing the same, and 
either free or in combination with other substances : 

(c. ) To carry on the business of smeltei’S, refiners, 
founders, assayers, dealers in bullion, metals and 
products of smelting of every nature and description : 

{d. ) To ajiply for, purchase, or otherwdse acquire, and 
to use, grant licences in resfject of, or otherwise turn 
to account any patents, brevets d’invention, licences, 
concessions, and the like, conferring an exclusive or 
non-exclusive or limited right to use, or auy secret or 
other information as to any invention wdiich may 
seem callable of being used for any of tlie jiurposes of 
the Company, or the acquisition of wdiich may seem 
calculated, directly or indirectly, to benefit this Com- 
pany : 

(e. ) To buy, sell, manufacture and deal in minerals, 
plant, machinery, impleiiients, conveniences, jiro- 
visioiis, and other things capable of being used in 
connection wdth metallurgical ojierations or any of the 
business of the Companjq or required by workmen 
and others em^iloyed liy the Conqiany : 

if.) To ^lurchase, take on lease or in exchange, hire 
or otherwise acquire and hold lands, mines, estates, 
factories, buildings, furnaces for smelting or treating 
ores and refining metals, mining rights, rights of way, 
light or w^ater, or any other rights or privileges, 
machinery, businesses, good-wdlls, jilants, stock in 
trade, or other real or personal projierty as maj’ be 
deemed advisable : 

{(j.) To construct, carry out, maintain, improve, 
manage, work, control and sinjeidutend any trails, 
roads, ways, tramw'ays, bridges, reservoirs, water- 
courses, aqueducts, wdiarves, furnaces, saw’-mills, 
crushing works, smelting works, concentrating wujrks, 
hydraulic works, electrical works, telegraphs, tele- 
jihones, gas works, factories, wuirehouses, shijjs, ves- 
sels, and other works and conveniences wdiich maj^ 
seem directly or indirectly conducive to any of the 
objects of the Conqjany, and to contribute to, subsi- 
dise, or otherw ise aid or take ^lart in any such o^ier- 
ations : 

(h.) To use steam, water, electricity, or any other 
power as a motive power or otherwise : 

(?'. ) To clear, manage, farm, cultivate, irrigate, plant, 
biiihl on, or otherwise work, use or imjirove any land 
which, or any interest in w Inch, may lielong to the 
Conqiany ; to deal wdtli any farm or other jiroducts 
of any land of the Company, and to lay out cities or 
towns or villages on any lands of the Conqiany : 

{j.) 'I’o undertake and carry into effect all such 
financial, or other o^ieratioiis or businesses, in con- 
nection with the objects of the Company as the Coni- 
2 )any may think fit : 

(k.) To acquire and carry on all or any jiart of the 
business or ^Ji'otierty, and to undertake any liabilities 
of any person, firm or association, or company {los- 
sessed of ])ro])erty suitable for the jiurposes of this 
Conqiany, or carrying on any business wdiich this 
Conqiany is authorised to carry on, or wdiich can be 
conveniently carried on in connection w ith the same, 
or may seem to the tloiiqiany calculated, directly or 
indirectljq to lienefit the Conqiany, «and as the con- 
sideration for the same to pay cash or to issue any 
shares, stocks or obligations of tliis Conqiany : 

{/.) To enter into jiartiiership, or into any arrange- 
ment for sharing jiroiits, union of iiitere.sts, co-ojiera- 
tion, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions, or other- 
w ise, with any jicrson or company carrying on, or 
engaged in, or about to carry on or engage in, any 
business or transaction which tliis Conqiany is 
authorised to carry on or engage in, or any business or 
transaction cajiable of being conducted so as to directly 
or indirectly benefit this Conqiany ; and to lend 
money to, guarantee the contracts of, or otherwdse 
assist any such jicrson or coiiijiany, and to take or 
otherwise accpiire shares and securities of any such 
conqiany, and to sell, hold, rc-issne, with or without 
guarantee, or otherwise deal with the same : 

(m.) To sell or dispose of the undertaking of the 
Company, or any jiart thereof, for such consideration 


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20tii, 1899.] TIIK HKITISII COLUMI’.IA (lAZKTTE. 


as tlio Company may think fit, ami in partionlar tor 
shares, dehi-ntures, or securities of any other company 
having ohjects altogotlier or in j>art similar to those of 
this tknnpany : 

(//. ) To promote any other company orcomjianies for 
the inirpose of accpiiring all or any of the propeily and 
liahilities of the Company, or for any otlier pur])ose 
which may seem directly or indirectly calculated to 
henelit this ttompany : 

(<>. ) (lenei'allj' to i)nrehase, take on lease or in ex- 
change, lure, or otherwise acipdreany real or personal 
property, and any rights and ju ivileges which tlie (Joni- 
pany may think necessary or convenient for the pur- 
poses of its hnsiness, and in particular any mines, 
mining rights, lands, timher lands or limits, Imildings, 
easements, machinery, plant and stock in trade : 

) To lend or invest moneys of the Company not 
immediately retjuired, anil to make advances for the 
j)urposes of the Comi)an 3 ' on stocks, shares and other 
securities, and on property of all kinds, and in such 
manner as may from time to time be determined : 

((/. ) 'I'o borrow or raise money for any pur])ose of the 
Company, and for the purj)ose of securing the same 
and interest, or for any other purpose, to mortgage or 
charge the undertaking, or all or any part of the prop- 
erty of the Company, present or after acipiired, or its 
uncalled capital, and to create, issue, make, draw, 
accept and negotiate perpetual or redeeniahle debent- 
ures or debenture stock, ))romissory notes, hills of ex- 
change, hills of lading, warrants, obligations and other 
negotiable and transferable instruments : 

(?•. ) To enter into any arrangements with the Gov- 
ernment (Dominion or Provincial, State or National), 
or any authority, municipal, local or otherwise, that 
may seem conducive to the Company’s objects or 
any of them, and to obtain from any such Govern- 
ment or authority any rights, privileges and conces- 
sions which the Company may think it desirable to 
obtain, and to carry out, exercise and comply with, 
or, if deemed advisable, dispose of any such arrange- 
ments, rights, privileges and concessions : 

(s. ) To obtain any Act of Parliament, Legislature, or 
Congress for enabling the Company to carry any of its 
objects into effect, or for eM'ecting any modification of 
the Company’s constitution, or for any other purpose 
which may seem expedient, and to oppose any pro- 
ceedings or applications which may seem calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to prejudice the Company’s 
interests ; 

(f. ) To take or otherwise accpiire and hold shares in 
any other company having objects altogether or in 
part similar to those of the Company, or carrying on 
any business capable of being conducted so as directly 
or indirectly to benefit this Company : 

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

((,’.) To pay out of the funds of the Company all ex- 
penses of or incidental to the formation, registration 
and advertising of the Company, and to remunei-ate 
any person or company for services rendered, or to be 
rendered, in placing, or assisting to place, or the guar- 
anteeing the placing, of any of the shares in the Co7ii- 
pany’s capital, or any debentures or other securities in 
the .Company, or in or about the formation or pro- 
motion of the Company or the conduct of its business: 
{lo.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or other- 
wise deal with the undertaking, or all or any part of 
the property and rights of the Company (including 
the granting of powers to work any patents of the 
Company upon any terms), with jjow'er lo accept as 
the consideration any shares, stocks or obligations of 
any other compan}’ : 

{x.) To procure the Company to be registered in 
any place or country : 

{y . ) To do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects : 

• (z. ) Nothing hereinljefore contained shall give or be 
construed to give this Company any greater or fur- 
ther pow'ers than are permitted to a company, incor- 
porated as a company, having non-personal liability 
under the “ Companies Act, 1897,” and all the objects 
hereinbefore expressed, are hereljy restricted to acquir- 
ing, managing, developing, working and selling mines, 
mineral claims and mining properties, and the win- 
ing, getting, treating, refining and marketing of 
minerals therefrom. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 4th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy6 Begislrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. 

No. 292. 

“CO.VII’ANIKS’ ACT, 1897.” 

CKin'lKl('.\TK Ol' TIIK iNOOIil'OR.ATION OK “'I’lIH SaNTA 
Ito.SA Goi.n AND Coi'l'KR MiNKS, LlMITICD,” 
“ NoN-PERSONAJ. LlAlillJTV.” 

('ajtiltil, !jil,r,(PO,(HKK 

r JIKRKIIV CKRTIPV tliat “ Tlie Santa Ko.sa Gold 
1 and Copper Mines, Limited,” “ Non-Personal ijia- 
bility,” has tliis day been incorporated under the 
“ Companies Act, 1897,” as a Limited Company, with 
a capital of one million five hundred thousand dollars, 
divided into one million live hundred thousand shares 
of one dollar each. 

The registered office of the Comi)any w'ill be situate 
in the City of Ro.ssland, British Columbia. 

d’lie time of the existence of the Company is fifty 
years. 

4’he Company is s^jecially limited under section 50 
of the said Act. 

’I’he objects for which the Comjjany has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) To purchase the Santa Rosa Group, including 
the “ Santa Rosa,” “Big Four,” “ Blaylock,” “Queen 
Hill,” “ Sailor Boy,” “St. Luke Fraction,” and “ St. 
Mark” Mineral Claims, situate in the Trail Creek 
Mining Division of West Kootenay District. And 
also to purchase, lease, bond, locate, or otherwise 
acipiire any mineral claims, mineral lands, mines, 
properties, and any real estate in the Province of 
British Columbia or elsewhere, and to pay for the 
same either in money or fully paid up shares of the 
Company, or partly in money and partly in such 
shares, and to sell, or lease, or otherwise dispose of 
the same, or any of them : 

(5.) To work, explore, develop and maintain the 
mines, minerals and other property of the Company, 
and to carry on the business of miners of every 
description, and to raise,, crush, won, get, quarry, 
smelt, calcine, refine, dress, amalgamate, manipulate 
and prepare for market ore, metal and mineral sub- 
stances of all kinds, whether the property of the Com- 
pany or not, in British Columbia and elsewhere, and to 
carry on any metallurgical operations which may seem 
conducive to the Company’s objects or any of them, 
or which may seem capable of being lawfully or profit- 
ably carried on in connection with the other business 
of the Company, and to sell, dispose of, and deal 
in any ore, metal and mineral substances, either 
in manufactured state or otherwise, and any minerals 
or substances resulting from or to be obtained in the 
process of smelting, refining or manufacturing the 
sjime, and either free or in combination with other 
substances : 

(c. ) To carry on the business of smelters, refiners, 
founders, assayers, dealers in bullion, metals and pro- 
ducts of smelting of eveiy nature and description : 

[d. ) To api^ly for, purchase, or otherwise acquire, 
and to use, grant licences in respect of, or otherwise 
turn to account any patents, brevets d’invention, 
licences, concessions, and the like, conferring an ex- 
clusive or non-exclusive or limited right to use, or any 
secret or other information as to any invention wdiich 
ma}' seem capable of being u.sed for any of the pur- 
poses of the Company, or the acijuisition of wdiich 
may seem calculated, directly or indirectly, to benefit 
this Company : 

(e.) To buy, sell, manufacture, and deal in minerals, 
plant, machinery, implements, conveniences, provis- 
ions, and things capable of being used in connection 
with metalhu’gical operations, or any of the business 
of the Company, or required by workmen and others 
employed by the Company ; 

(/. ) To purchase, take on lease or in exchange, hire 
or otherwise acquire and hold lands, mines, estates, 
factories, buildings, furnaces for smelting or treating 
ores and refining metals, mining rights, rights of way, 
light or water, or any other rights or privileges' 
machinery, businesses, goodwills, plants, stock in 
trade, or other real or personal property as may be 
deemed advisable : 

ig.) To construct, carry out, maintain, improve, 
manage, work, control and superintend any trails, 
roads, w'ays, traimvays, bridges, reservoirs, water- 
courses, aqueducts, wdiarves, furnaces, saw-mills crush- 
ing woidcs, smelting works, concentrating work.s. 
hydraulic w'orks, electrical works, telegraphs, tele- 
phones, gas works, factories, w'arehouses, ’ships. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


vessels, and other works and conveniences which may 
seem directly or indirectly conducive to any of the 
objects of the Company, and to contribute to, subsidise, 
or otherwise aid or take part in any such operations : 

(A.) To use steam, water, electricity or any other 
power as a motive power or otherwise : 

(i.) lo clear, manage, farm, cultivate, irrigate, 
plant, build on, or otherwise work, use, or improve 
any land which, or any interest in which, may belong 
to the Company, to deal with any farm or other pro- 
ducts of any land of the Company, and to lay out 
cities, or towns, or villages on any lands of the Com- 
pany ; 

(y.) To undertake and carry into effect all such 
financial or other opex'ations or businesses in con- 
nection with the objects of the Company as the Com- 
pany may think tit : 

(k.) To acepure and carry on all or any part of the 
business or property, and to undertake any liabilities 
of any person, firm, or association, or company pos- 
sessed of property suitable for the purposes of this 
Company, or carryii->g on any business which this 
Company is authorised to carry on, or which can be 
consmniently carried on in connection with the same, 
or may seem to the Company calculated directly or 
indirectly to benefit the Company, and as the con- 
sideration for the same to pay cash or to issue any 
shares, stocks, or obligations of this Company : 

(1. ) To enter into partnership or into any arrange- 
ment for sharing profits, union of interests, co-opera- 
tion, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions, or other- 
wise, with any person or company carrying on, or 
engaged in, or about to carry on or engage in, any 
business or ti’ansaction which this Company is author- 
ised to carry on or engage in, or any business or trans- 
action capable of being conducted so as to directly or 
indirectly benefit this Company, and to lend money 
to, guarantee the contracts of, or otherwise assist any 
such person or Company, and to take or otherwise 
acquire shares and securities of any such company, 
and to sell, hold, re-issue, with or without guarantee, 
or otherwise deal with the same : 

(m.) 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 : 

(n.) To promote any other company or companies 
for the purpose of acquiring all or any of the property 
and liabilities of the Company, or for any other pur- 
pose which may seem directly or indirectly calculated 
to benefit this Company ; 

(o. ) Generally to purchase, take on lease or in 
exchange, hire, or othenvise acquire any real or per- 
sonal property, and any rights and privileges which 
the Company may think necessary or convenient for 
the purposes of its business, and in particidar any 
mines, mining rights, lands, timber lands or limits, 
buildings, easements, machinery, plant and stock in 
trade : 

{p. ) To lend or invest moneys of tlio Company not 
immediately required, and to make advances for the 
purposes of the Company, on stocks, shares, and ptlior 
securities, and on property of all kinds, and in such 
manner as may from time to time be determined : 

(ry.) To borrow or raise money for any ])urpose of 
tlie Company, and for the purpose of securing the same 
and interest, or for any other purpose, to mortgage or 
charge the undertaking, or all or any part of the prop- 
erty of tlie Company, present or after acipured, or its 
uncalled capital, and to create, issue, make, draw, 
accept and negotiate perpetual or redeemable (leben- 
tures or debenture stock, promissory notes, bills of 
exchange, bills of lading, warrants, ol)ligations and 
otlier negotiable and transferable instruments : 

(r. ) 'I’o enter into any arrangements with tlie gov- 
ernment (Uominion or I’rovincial, State or National) 
or any authority, municipal, local or otherwise, that 
may seem conducive to the Comj)any s objects or any 
of them, and to obtain from any such government or 
autl)ority any rights, privileges and concessions which 
the Company may think it desirable to obtain, and to 
carry out, exercise and comply with, or, if deemed 
advisable, dispo.se of any such arrangements, rights, 

privileges and concessions : r • , ' 

(s. ) 'I’o obtain any Act of Parliament, Legislature or j 
Congres.s, for enabling the Company to carry any of 
its objects into effect, or for efi’ecting any moclification 

of the Company’s constitution, or for any other ])ui- 

nose which may seem expedient, and to oppose any 
proceedings or applications which may seem calculated. 


directly or indirectly, to prejudice the Company’s 
interests : 

(L) To take or otherwise acquire and hold shares in 
any other company having objects altogether or in part 
similar to those of the Company, or carrying on any 
business capable of being conducted so as directly or 
indirectly to benefit this Company ; 

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

{v.) To pay out of the funds of the Company all 
expenses of or incidental to the formation, registration 
and advertising of the Company, and to remuner.ate 
any person or company for services rendered, or to be 
rendered in placing, or assisting to place, or the guaran- 
teeing the placing of any of the shares in the Com- 
pany’s capital, or any debentures or other securities in 
the Company, or in or about the formation or pro- 
motion of the Company or the conduct of its business : 
{w.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or other- 
wise deal with the undertaking, or all or any part of 
the property and rights of the Company, including the 
granting of powers to work any patents of the Com- 
pany upon any tenns, with power to accept as the 
consideration any shares, stocks or obligations of any 
other company : 

(x. ) To procure the Company to be registered in any 
place or country ; 

{y.) To do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects. 

(z. ) Nothing hereinbefore contained shall give or be 
construed to give to this Company any greater or further 
powers than are permitted to a company, incorporated 
as a company, having non-j)ersonal liability under the 
“ Companies Act, 1897,” and all the objects herein- 
before expressed, are hereby restricted to acquiring, 
managing, developing, working and selling mines, 
mineral claims and mining properties, and the win- 
ning, getting, treating, refining and marketing of min- 
erals therefrom. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of Brutish Columbia, this third day of Jirly 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy6 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 296. 

“COMPANIES’ ACT, 1897.” 

Certific.vte ok the Incokkoration of “The 
United Canneries, Limited.” 

.$i>,000. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “The United Can- 
neries, Limited,” has this day been incorporated 
under the “Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a Limited Com- 
pany, with a capital of five thousand dollars, divided 
into one hundred shares of fifty dollars each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Varreouver, British Columbia. 

The objects for which the Company has bcerr estab- 
lished are; — 

{a.) To purchase or otherwise aerpriro the stearrrshi]) 
“ Lapwirrg,” together with all reiprrsite equiprrrerrt for 
the same : 

[h. ) In tire event of the loss or sale of the said vessel, 
or any substituted vessel, to build, purchase, corrtract 
for or othcl-wiso acquire, from time to tirrre, one or 
nror-c other vessels or shares tlrer-ein, but so that the 
Company sliall not work, trade with or- carr-y orr the 
Inisirtess of a shi]) owner- witli ntore thanorre vessel at 
orretime, and irr any such ca.se the objects her-cin rnett- 
tionod shall apply lo any vessel fr-om time to time so 
ptrrchased or acquired : 

(r.) 'To char-ter, hir-c, cqui]), load on commi.ssioir or 
otherwise, use, reirair, let on hire and trade witli tire 
.said vessel or substituted vessel : 

[d.) To pur-clta.se goods, ])i-oduce, and any other 
rnerchatrdise whatsoever- for tlie imrjrosc of fr-cighting 
the said vessel or substituted vessel, and to dispose of 
the same by sale or other-wise : 

(c. ) 'I’o carr-y on the business of a shij) owner in all 
its br-anches -with r-espect to the said vessel or substi- 
tuted ves.sel only : 

(/.) To employ as .ship’s husband and managing 
agent of and for the said vessel or substituted vessel, 
an}' ])cr-son, tii-m, or coipoi-ation, whether- limited or- 
not, although he or- they may not be entitled to any 
shar-c or interest in the* vessel in (prestion or in the 
Corrrpany : 


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July 20tu, 1898.] THE I'.IMTISII COLUMUIA (JAZKTTR 


((/. ) 'I’o ollturt. all such iiiMuranco in relation (o t lie 
oarryinj' on of tlio Company’s hnsinoss and any risks 
incidental tliei'oto as may seem expedient, and if 
(houglit lit to join or heeome a member of any mutual 
insuraneo company : 

(/(.) 'I'o subscribe to any association, institution, or 
company calculateil to benefit this Company, or jter- 
sons employed by this Company, or persons having 
dealings with this Com))any : 

(i.) 'I’o take, or otherwise aeipui'c, and hobi sbai'es 
in any other (!ompany having objects altogether or in 
jiart similar to those of this (’ompany, or carrying on 
any business capable of being eondueted so as directly 
or indirei'tly to benefit this ttompany : 

(y. ) 'I'o promote any comi)any or companies for the 
])urj)ose of ae(puring all or an}' of the proj)orty and 
liabilities of this tk)mpany, or for any other purpose 
which may seem directly or indirectly to benefit this 
Company : 

(/•. ) To invest and deal with the moneys of the Com- 
pany not immediately reipiired, upon such securities 
and in such manner as may from time to time be 
determined : 

(/. ) 'I’o borrow or raise or secure the payment of 
money in such maimer as the Company shall think 
tit, and in jrarticular by the issue of debentures or 
debenture stock, charged ujion all or any of the Com- 
pany’s property (both present and future), and to 
redeem or pay off any such securities : 

(7)1.) To draw, make, accept, indorse, discount, exe- 
cute and issue promissory notes, bills of exchange, 
bills of lading, warrants, debentures, and other nego- 
tiable or transferable instruments : 

(n.) '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 comjiany 
having objects altogether or in part similar to those 
of this Company : 

(o. ) 'fo do all such other things as the Company may 
think tit, incidental or conducive to the attainment of 
the above objects, or any of them. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 5th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. V. WOOTTON, 

jy6 R^gifiti-ar of Jomt Stock Companies. 


No. 293. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 

Certificate of the Incorporation of “The East 
Kootenay Copper Mining Company, Limited,” 
“Non-Personal Liability.” 


Capital, ,$‘i. '>0,000. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “The East Kootenay 
-L Copper Mining Company, Limited,” “ Non-Per- 
sonal Liability,” has this day been incorporated under 
the “Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a limited company, 
with a capital of two hundred and fifty thousand 
dollars, divided into one million shares of twenty-five 
cents each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in Windermere, British Columbia. 

The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) To purchase, take on lease, or otherwise acquire 
in any lawful manner, mining leases, or mining claims, 
or mining rights, or mines held as real estate, or any 
other mining property in any part of the Province of 
British Columbia or elsexvhere, or any interest therein, 
and particularly the Broad Guage, Gipsy Girl, Shady 
Prince, and Sunny Princess mining claims in Winder- 
mere Mining Division in East Kootenay, British Col- 
umbia, and to pay for the same either in cash or fully 
paid-up stock of the Company : 

(h.) To crush, win, get, quarry, smelt, calcine, re- 
fine, dress, amalgamate, manipulate, and prepare for 
market ore, metal and mineral substances of all kinds, 
and to carry on any other metallurgical operations 
w'hich may seem conducive to any of the Company’s 
objects : 

(c.) To search for, prospect, examine and explore for 
mines, metals and minerals, and to obtain information 
relating to mines, minerals or mining localities: 


((/.) 'I’o develoj), ctpnp and maintain, improve and 
work by any process all or any part or portion of f ho 
property of the Company : 

(c.) 'I’o erect, construct or acipiire by jmrcliase, 
lease or exchange or otherwise, roads, tramways, 
wharves, viaducts, acpieducts, canals, reservoirs, 
watercourses, telegrajih lines, mills, fixtures, buildings 
and works of every kind and description, ])atents and 
patent rights, and to cipiip, maintain and ojiei-ate the 
same or any of them for the objects of the (lompany 
oidy : 

(f) 'I’o use water, steam, electricity, or any other 
power now known, or that may hereafter be discovcrcid, 
as a motive powei', or in any other way for the uses 
and puiqioses of the Company: 

(<j.) 'I’o acijuire, in an}’ lawful manner, lands, tene- 
ments, and hereditaments of whatsoever tenure, for 
the objects of the Company only : 

(h.) 'i’o acquire water privileges and rights, to dig 
ditches and canals, mills, flumes and aqueducts, to 
convey water from one place to another, as the busi- 
ness or jnirposes of the Company may reijuire : 

(i.) 'I’o borrow or raise money by issue of or upon 
mortgages, bonds, debentures, preference shares, or 
other obligations of the Company ; to mortgage or 
pledge all or any of the Company’s property, income, 
or uncalled capital for the purposes of securing such 
mortgages, bonds, debentures, jireference shares, or 
other obligations : 

(1.) 'I’o carry on the business of purchasing, milling 
and smelting, matting, stamjiing and reducing ores 
and minerals of every kind and desci’ijition : 

(7)1.) 'J’o obtain, acquire and dispose of any conces- 
sions or autborisations of any Government, municipal 
body or other authority, or any works or undertakings 
which the Company may carry on : 

(n.) 'I’o apply, at the cost of the Company, to Par- 
liament for an extension of the Company’s powers : 

(o. ) d’o accept surrender of its own shares : 

(p.) 'To do all such things as are incidental to the 
attainment of the above objects. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this third day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] _ S. Y. WOO'TTON, 

jy6 Registrar of Jomt Stock Companies. 


No. 291. 

“COMPANIES’ ACT, 1897.” 


Certificate of the Incorporation of “The Refer- 
endum Free Gold Mining and Milling Com- 
pany, Limited,” “Non-Personal Liability.” 


Ca2>ita I, ,$,>00,000. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “The Referendum Free 
X ^ Gold Mining and Milling Company, Limited,” 

Non-Personal Liability,” has this day been incor- 
porated under the “ Comiianies’ Act, 1897,” as a 
Limited Company, with a capital of five hundred 
thousand dollars, divided into two million shares of 
twenty-five cents each. 

The registered office of the Company w’ill be situate 
in the City of Rossland, British Columbia. 

The time of the existence of the Companv is fifty 
yeai’s. ^ 

The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) To purchase the “ Referendum,” “ Katie,” and 
“Golden Cross” Mineral Claims, situate on Forty- 
Nine Creek, twelve miles from Nelson, in Nelson Min- 
ing Division of ^Vest Kootenay, British Columbia, and 
to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise acquire 
any mineral claims, mineral lands, mining properties 
and real estate in the Province of British Columbia or 
elsewhere, and to pay for the same either in money or 
fully paid-up shares of the Company, or partly in 
money and partly in .such shares, and to sell or lease 
or otherwise dispose of the same, or any of them or 
any part thereof : ’ 

(h.) To work, explore, develop, and maintain the 
mines, minerals, or other property of the Company 
and to carry on the business of mining of every descrip 
tion, and to raise, crush win, get, quarry, smelt, cal- 
cine, refine, dress, amalgamate, manipulate and pre- 
pare tor market, ore, metal and mineral substances of 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20tii, 1899. 


all kinds, whether the ijroperty of the Company or 
not, in British Colninhia or elsewhere, and to carry on 
any metallnrgical operations which may seem conducive 
to the Company’s objects, or any of them, or which 
may seem capable of being usefully and profitably car- 
ried on in connection with the other business of the 
Company, and to sell, dispose of, and deal in any ore, 
metal, and mineral substances, either in manufactured 
state or otherwise, and any minerals or substances 
resulting from or to be obtained in the process of smelt- 
ing, refining or manufacturing the same, and either 
free or in combination with other substances : 

(c. ) To carry on the business of smelters, refiners, 
founders, assayers, dealers in bullion, metal, metals and 
products of smelting of every nature and description : 

(d. ) To apply for, purchase, or otherwise acipiire, 
and to use, grant licences in respect of, or Otherwise 
turn to account any patents, brevets d’invention, 
licences, concessions, and the like, conferring an exclu- 
sive, non-exclusive, or limited right to use, or any 
secret or other information, as to any invention that 
may seem capable of being used for anj' of the pur- 
poses of this Company, or the acquisition of which 
may seem calcirlated, directly or indirectly, to benefit 
this Company ; 

(e. ) To buy, sell, manufacture and deal in minerals, 
plant, machinery, provisions, and things capable of 
being used in connection with metallurgical operations, 
or any of the business of the Company, or required by 
workmen and others employed by the Company : 

if.) To purchase, take on lease or in exchange, hire 
or otherwise acquire and hold lands, mines, estates, 
rights of way, light or water, or any other rights or 
privileges, machinery, business, goodwills, jdant, stock- 
in-trade, or other real or personal property as may be 
deemed advdsable : 

((j.) To construct, carry on, maintain, improve, 
manage, work, control and superintend any ti’ails, 
roads, tramways, bridges, reservoirs, water-courses, 
aqueducts, wharves, furnaces, saw-mills, crushing 
works, smelting works, concentrating works, hydraulic 
works, electrical works, telegraphs, telephones, gas 
works, factories, warehouses, ships, vessels, and other 
works and conveniences which may seem directly or 
indirectly conducive to any of the objects of the Com- 
pany, and to contribute to, assist, subsidise, or other- 
wise aid or take part in any such operations : 

(h.) To use steam, water, electricity, or any other 
power as a motive power or otherwise ; 

(i.) To clear, manage, farm, cultivate, irrigate, 
plant, build on, or otherwise work, use or improve 
any land which, or any interest in which, may belong 
to the Company ; to lay out cities, towns, or villages on 
any land of the Company, and to carry on the business 
of general dealers and traders for the purpose of sup- 
plying goods to any employees of the Company, or to 
any other persons : 

(j.) To undertake and carry into effect all such 
financial, trading, and other operations or business in 
eonnection with the objects of the Company, as the 
Company may think fit : 

(A-.) To acquire and carry on all or any part of the 
business or property and to undertake any liabilities of 
any person, firm or corporation or company possessed 
of properties suitable for the purposes of this Company, 
or carrying on any Imsiness whicli this Company is 
authorised to carry on, or which can be conveniently 
carried on in connection with tlie same, or may seem 
to tlie Company calculated directly or indirectly to 
benefit the Company, and as the consideration of the 
same to pay cash or to issue any shares, stocks or 
obligations of this Company : 

(Z.) d’o enter into partnerslnp or into any arrange- 
ments for sharing profits, union of interest, co-opera- 
tion, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions, or other- 
wise, with any person or company carrying on, or 
engaged in any business or transaction winch tliis 
Company is authorised to carry on or engage in, or any 
l)usiness or transaction capable of being conducted so 
as directly or indirectly to benefit tlie Conqiany, and 
to lend money to, guarantee the conti'acts of, or other- 
wise assist any such person or conqiany, and to take 
or otherwise acquire shares and securities of any such 
company, and to sell, hold, reissue, with or without 
guarantee, or otherwise deal with the same : 

(m.) To sell or dis])ose 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 : 


(n. ) 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 : 

(o.) To borrow or raise money for any purpose of 
the Company, and for the purpose of securing the 
same and interest, or for any other pur])ose, to mort- 
gage or charge the undertaking, or all or any part 
of the property of the Company, present or after 
acquired, or its uncalled capital, and to create, issue, 
make, draw, accept, and negotiate perpetual or redeem- 
able debentures or debenture stock, promissory notes, 
bills of exchange, hills of lading, warrants, obligations, 
and other negotiable and transferable instruments : 

(p.) To enter into any agreements with the Gov- 
ernment (Dominion or Provincial) or any autliority, 
municipal, local, or otherwise, that may seem condu- 
cive to the Company’s objects, or any of them, and to 
obtain from any such government or authority an}' 
rights, privileges and concessions which the Company 
may tliink it desirable to obtain, and to carry out, 
exercise, and comply with, or, if deemed desirable, 
dispose of any such arrangements, rights, privileges 
and concessions : 

{q.) To obtain any Act of Parliament for enabling 
the Company to carry any of its objects into effect, or 
for effecting any modification of the Company’s con- 
stitution, or for any other purpose which may seem 
expedient, or to oppose any proceedings or applications 
which may seem calculated, directly or indirectly, to 
prejudice the Company’s interests : 

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

(*’.) d’o pay out of the funds of the Company all 
expenses of or incidental to the formation, registra- 
tion and advertising of the Company, and to remuner- 
ate any person or company for services rendered or to 
be rendered in placing, or assisting to place, or the 
guaranteeing the placing of any of the shares in the 
Company’s capital, or any debentures or other securi- 
ties of the Company, or in the formation or promotion 
of the Company or the conduct of its business : 

(t.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or other- 
wise deal with the undertaking, or all or any part of 
the property and rights of the Company (including 
the granting of powers to work any patents of the 
Company upon any terms), with the powers to accept 
as the consideration any shares, stocks or obligations 
of any other company : 

{u. ) To procure the Company to be registered in any 
place or country : 

{v.) To do all such other things as are incidental 
or conducive to the attainment of the above objects. 

(?r. ) Nothing hereinbefore contained shall give, or 
be construed to give, this Company any greater or 
further powers than are permitted to a Company in- 
corporated as a Company having non-personal liability 
under the “ Companies Act, 1897,” and all the objects 
hereinbefore expressed are hereby rcstrieted to ac- 
quiring, managing, developing, working, and selling 
mines, mineral claims and mining properties, and the 
winning, getting, treating, refining and marketing of 
mineral therefrom. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at ^ ictoria. 
Province of British Colundua, this .‘Ird day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

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

jy(J Heqiatrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 297. 

“ COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 


Certificate of the Incorforation of “The Yale 
Hotel Company, Limited.” 


i'ajtlfal, $,^ihOOO, 

I IIEREIIY CER'ITFY that “The Yale Hotel Com- 
pany, Limited,” has this day been incorporated 
under the “Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a Limited Com- 
pany, witli a capital of fifty thousand dollars, divided 
into five hundred shares of' one hundred dollars each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Grand Forks, British Columbia. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a..) To acquire, by purchase or otherwise, such 
lands in the City of (fraud Forks aforesaid, and in the 
(Jsoyoos Division of the District of Yale, as the Com- 
pany may require, and build on and improve such 
lands : 


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July 20th, 1809.] 


II M milTlSIl COLUMllTA (lAZKTTK. 


(/). ) To oivot iuid fiiniisli ;i hott'l and siidi odu-r 
l>uildings as may l>e noci'.s.sary for tim pui |ioso.s of tlii' 
Company, and to obtain a lictmco for and to rarry on 
a l>otol hnsiiu's.s gimoially : 

(c.) To ac(pure and hold, either hy pnrdiase or other- 
wise, all kinds of leal and personal propei ty, and to 
lease, .sell, mortgage or otherwise deal with the same, 
and provide and loan monej’ for huilding purposes foi- 
the erection of huildings on the lands helonging to or 
sold hy the said Company : 

((/. ) 'I'o own and operate, lease or otherwise engage 
in a general transport and ti'ansfer hnsiness, and to 
obtain a lieenee or lieenees therefor : 

(e.) 'I'o ])iirdmse, take on lease, hond, locate, de- 
velop, exchange or otherwise deal in and ae(Uiii'e, 
])i'ospeet, explore, work, oj)erate, hold and turn to 
aei'oiint any mines, mineral claims, mineral lands and 
proi)crties within the Province of British Columbia, 
and to pay for the same either in money or in ])aid-up 
shares of the Com])any, or in honds, shares, scrip, 
stock or other securities of this or any other coni]jany 
or incorporation, and to sell, mortgage, lease, sub-let 
or otherwise dispose of the same, or any part thereof, 
or any interest therein : 

(/.) 'i'o carry on the hnsiness of general storekeepers, 
and to purchase and suj)ply all goods and merchandise 
that the Company may see fit to buy for that ])ui'pose, 
and to sell the same by retail as they may see fit; also 
to carry on a general mercantile and broker’s business : 
((/.) 'I'o sell, as.sign, transfer, exchange, lease, mort- 
gage, prove, manage, develo]) and dis])ose of or other- 
wise deal with all or any of the property or lights of 
the Company : 

(h. ) 'I'o sell the property and undertakings, or any 
of them, of the Company, at such time or times, and 
in such manner, on the terms, and for such consider- 
ation as the Company may think fit : 

(f. ) 'I'o 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 with- 
out security of mortgage or pledge of all or any part 
of the Company’s jiropcrty or assets, or on the sub- 
scribed capital of the Company, or any part thereof : 
(j.) 'I'o lease any part or all of the Company’s prop- 
erty to any person or persons or body corporate, upon 
such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon : 

(L) 'I'o sell and dispose of the Company’s stock from 
time to time and as often as may be deemed expedient, 
for such price or in exchange for such property as the 
'Trustees or J)irectors may think fit. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 7th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] , _ S. Y. WOOT'l'ON, 

j}T3 Hegiit7'ar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 302. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 


Certificate of the Incorporation of “The 
Canadian Lardeau Gold Mining Company of 
British Columbia, Limited,” “Non-Personal 
Liability.” 


Capital ,$l.->O,O00. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Canadian Lardeau 
Gold Mining Company of British Columbia, Lim- 
ited,” “ Non-Personal Liability,” has this day been 
incorporated under the “ Companies’ Act, 1897,” as a 
limited Company, with a capital of one hundred and 
fifty thousand dollars, divided into one million five 
hundred thousand shares of ten cents each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Rossland, British Columbia. 

The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a . ) 'i’o purchase, lease, locate or otherwise accpiire 
any mineral claims, mineral lands, mines and any real 
estate, in the Province of British Columbia or else- 
where, and to pay for the same either in money or in 
fully paid-up shares of the Company, or pai'tl}' in 
money and partly in shares, and to sell or lease or 
otherwise dispose of the same, or any of them : 

{b.) 'i’o raise, crush, win, get, quarry, smelt, cal- 
cine, refine, dress, amalgamate, manipulate and pre- 
pare for market ore, metal and mineral substances of 
all kinds, whether the property of the Company or 
not, in British Columbia or elsewhere, and to carry on 
any metallurgical operations which may seem condu- 


cive to the (Jompany’.s objects or any of them, or 
which may .seem ca])ablo of being usefully or jirolit- 
ably carried on in connection with the business of the 
Company, and to sell, dispose of and deal in any ore, 
metal and mineral substances resulting from, or to be 
obtained in the jirocess of milling, crushing, smelting, 
relining or manufacturing the same, and either free or 
in combination with other substanciis : 

(c. ) 'i’o construct, carry out, maintain, iinprove, 
manage, work, control and superintend any trails, road- 
ways, tramways, reservoirs, water-courses, bridges, 
acjueducts, wharves, furnaces, saw-mills, crushing 
works, electrical works, smelting works, concentrating 
works, hydraulic works, factories, warehouse.s, and 
other works and conveniences which may seem directly 
or indirectly conducive to any of the objects of the 
Company, or to contribute to, subsidise, or otherwise 
aid and take part in such operations : 

(d. ) 'I'o huy, sell, manufacture and deal in minerals, 
plant, machinery, implements, conveniences, pro- 
visions and things capalile of being used in connection 
with metallurgical operations, or any of the business 
of the Company, or I'cquircd by workmen and others 
employed by the Company : 

(e. ) 'I’o purchase, take or lease, or in exchange, hire, 
or otherwise acquire and hold lands, mines, factories, 
buildings, furnaces for smelting or treating ores and 
refining metals, mining rights, rights of way, light or 
water, or any other rights or privileges, machinery, 
businesses, good will, plants, stock-in-trade, or any 
other real or personal jiropcrty as may be deemed 
advisable. (2.) 'i’o use steam, water, electricitjq or 
any other power as a motive power or otherwise : 

(/. ) 'To clear, manage, farm, cultivate, irrigate, 
plant, buihl on, or otherwise work, use and improve 
any land which, or any interost in which, may belong 
to the Company, to deal M'ith any farm or other products 
of an}' land of the Comjiany, to lay out cities, or 
towns, or villages on any lands of the Company : 

(p. ) To acquire and carry on all or any part of the 
business or property, and to undertake any liabilities 
of any person, firm or associations, or company pos- 
sessed of property suitable for the purposes of the 
Company, or carrying on any business which this 
Company is authorised to carry on or which can be 
conveniently carried on in connection with the same, 
or may seem to this Company calculated directly or 
indirectly to benefit the Company, and as the con- 
sideration for the same to pay cash or issue any 
shares, stocks or obligations of this Company : 

{h.) To undertake, and carry into effect all such 
financial, trading or other operations or businesses in 
connection with the objects of the Company, as the 
Company may think fit : 

(f.) 'i’o enter into partnership or into any arrange- 
ment for sharing profits, union of interests, co-opera- 
tion, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions, or other- 
wise with any person or company carrying on or 
engaged in, or about to carry on or engage in, any 
business or transaction which the Company is author- 
ised to carry on or engage in, or any business or trans- 
action capable of being conducted so as directly or 
indii’ectly to benefit this Company, and to lend money 
to, guarantee the contracts of, or otherwise assist any 
such person or company, and to take or otherwise 
acquire shares and securities of any such company, and 
to sell, hold, re-issue, with or without guarantees, or 
otherwise deal with the same : 

[j.) 'To sell or di.spose of the undertakings of tne 
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.) 'I’o 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 pur- 
pose which may seem directly or indirectly calculated 
to benefit this Company : 

{1. ) Generally to purchase, take on lease, or ex- 
change, hire or otherwise acquire any real or personal 
property, and any rights or privileges which the 
Company may think necessary or convenient for the 
purposes of its business, and in particular any mines, 
mining rights, lands, timber lands or limits, buildings, 
easements, machinery, plant and stock-in-trade ; 

(m.) To lend or invest the moneys of the Company 
not immediately required, and to make advancements 
for the purposes of this Company, on stocks, shares 
and other securities, and on properties of all kinds, 
and in such manner as may from time to time be 
determined : 


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THE RRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


(n. ) To borrow or raise money for any purpose of the 
Company, and for the purpose of securing the same 
and interest, or for any other purpose, to mortgage and 
charge the undertakings of all or any part of the prop- 
erty of the Company, present or after acquired, or its 
uncalled capital, and to create, issue, make, draw, ac- 
cept, and negotiate perpetual or redeemable deben- 
tures or debenture stock, promissory notes, bills of 
exchange, bills of lading, warrants, obligations, and 
other negotiable and transferable instruments ; 

(o. ) To enter into any arrangement with any Gov- 
ernment or any authority, municipal, local or other- 
wise, that may seem conducive to the Company’s 
objects or any of them, and to obtain from such gov- 
ernment or authority any rights, privileges or conces- 
sions which the Company may think it desirable to 
obtain, and to carry out, e.xercise and comply witli, or 
if deemed desiralde, dispose of any such arrangements, 
rights, privileges and concessions : 

(p.) To obtain any Act of Parliament for enabling 
the Company to carry any of its objects into effect, or 
for effecting any moditication of the Company’s con- 
stitution, or for any other purpose which may seem 
expedient, and to oppose any proceedings or applica- 
tions which may seem calculated, directly or indi- 
rectly, to prejudice the Company’s interests : 

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

(?-.) To pay out of the funds of the Company all 
expenses incidental to the formation, registration and 
advertising of the Company, and the issue of its 
capital, including brokerage and commissions, for 
obtaining application for, or placing shares, and to 
apply, at the cost of the Company, to Parliament for 
any extension of the Company’s powers : 

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

(t. ) To do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects : 

(it.) Nothing hereinbefore contained shall give, or be 
construed to give, this Company any greater or fur- 
ther powers than are permitted to a company incor- 
porated as a company having non-personal liability 
under the “Companies’ Act, 1897,” and all the objects 
hereinbefore expressed are hereby restricted to acquir- 
ing, managing, developing, working, and selling mines, 
mineral claims and mining properties? and the win- 
ning, getting, treating, refining, and marketing of 
mineral therefrom. 

Given under my hand and seal of office, at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 17th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy20 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 

No. 303. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897,” 

AND 

“WATER CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION ACT, 
1897.” 


Certificate of tqe Incorfokation oi the “Indus- 
trial Power Company of British Columbia, 
Limited.” 


Capital, $.'>0,000. 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that the “ Industrial Power 
Corajiany of British Columbia, Limited,” has this 
day been incorporated uniler the “ Compaiues Act, 
1897,” as a limited company, with a capital of fiftj- 
thousand dollars, divided into lifty thousand shares of 
one dollar each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Nelson, British Columbia. 

'I’he objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are ; — 

(a.) The carrying on of the business of a “power 
company” within the meaning of Part IV. of the 
“ Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 189/,’ in the 
Province of British Columbia : 

(h.) The acquisition under the “ \Vater Clauses Con- 
solidation Act, 1897,” of water and water power by 
records of unrecorded water, or by the jiurchase of 
water records or water j/rivileges for and the aj/plica- 
tion of such water and water power to all or any of 
the ])urjioses, and in any of the manners and methods 
following, that is to say: — 

(1.) F(U’ rendering water and water power avadahle 
for use, ai)|)lication and distribution by erecting dams, 
increasing the head of water in any existing body of 
water, or extending the area thereof, diverting the 
waters of any stream, pond or lake into any other 


channel or channels, laying or erecting ainy line of 
Hume, ])i]je or wire, constructing any raceway, reser- 
voir, aqueduct, weir, ivheel, building or other erection 
or work which may be reepured in connection with the 
improvement and use of the said water and water 
power, or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, 
repairing or maintaining any such works, or any part 
thei eof : 

(2. ) The use of water or water power for hydraulic 
mining purposes, and for milling, manufacturing, 
industrial and mechanical purposes other than the 
generation of electrieity : 

(3. ) The use of water or water power for iii’oducing 
any form of power, or for producing and generating 
electricity for — 

[aa) The purposes of light, heat and power: 

(hi). ) Constructing, operating and maintaining elec- 
tric works, power houses, generating plant, and such 
other ajipliances and conveniences as are necessary and 
proper for the generating of electricity or electric 
jjower, or any other form of developed power, and for 
transmitting the same to be used by the Company, or 
by persons or companies contracting with the Com- 
pany therefor, as a motive power for the operation of 
motors, machinery or electric lighting or other ivorks, 
or to be supplied by the Company to consumers for 
heating, or as a motive power for pi opelling tramways, 
or for driving, hauling, lifting, pumping, lighting, 
crushing, smelting, drilling and milling, or for any other 
operations to which it may be adapted, or to be used 
or supplied for or in connection with any other pur- 
poses for which electricit}^ or electric power may be 
applied or acquired : 

(cc. ) Placing, sinking, laying, fitting, maintaining 
and repairing electric lines, accumulators, storage bat- 
teries, electi'ic cables, mains, wires, pi 2 ies, switches, 
connections, branches, electric motors, dynamos, 
engines, machines, or other aj/iiaratus or devices, cuts, 
drains, water-courses, jiijies, poles, buildings and other 
erections and works; and erecting and jilacing any 
electric line, cable, main, wire or other electric 
ajiparatus above or below ground : 

(dd.) Constructing, equipping, operating and main- 
taining electi'ic, cable, or other tramways or street 
railways for the conveyance of jiassengers and freight : 
(ee.) Constructing, equij/ping, operating and main- 
taining telegraph and telephone systems and lines : 

(4.) The sujiiffying of compressed air, electricity and 
electric power, or any other form of developed f)ower, 
to consumers for any purposes to or for which com- 
pressed air, electrie power, or any other form of 
develoiied power may be apjilied or required : 

(c.) The acquisition, holding, enjoyment and exer- 
cise, subject to the jirovisions of the “ Water Clauses 
Consolidation Act, 1897,” of all the lights, powers, 
privileges and jirioiities in and by Part IV. of, or 
otherwise by said Act conferred upon iiower comjianies, 
so far as the Conqiany may deem the same necessary 
for its {lurjioses, or any of them : 

(d. ) Generally to jiurchase, take on lease or in ex- 
change, hire or otherwise acquire any real or personal 
jiroperty, and any rights or jirivileges which the Com- 
pany may think necessary or convenient for its piir- 
jioses or any of them : 

(e. ) To promote any company or companies for the 
purpose of acquiring all or any of the jirojicrty and 
liabilities of this Comjiany, or for any other jnirjiose 
which may seem directly or indirectly calculated to 
benefit this Comjmny : 

(/.) To lend and invest the moneys of the Company 
not immediately required, and to make advances for 
the purjioses of this Company upon stocks, shares or 
other securities, and on jirojierty of all kinds, and in 
such manner as may from time to time be determined: 
{g.) 'I’o borrow or raise money for any j)urpose of 
tl’.e Company, in such manner as the Comjian}’ shall 
think fit, ami in jiarticular by the issue of debenture 
or debenture stock, porjietual or otherwise, charged 
ujion all or any of the Comjiany’s projierty (both jire- 
sent and future), including its uncalled cajntal : 

(/(. ) To ilraw, make, accejit, indorse, discount exe- 
cute and issue jiromissory notes, bills of exchange, bills 
of lading, warrants, debentures and other negotiable 
or transferable instruments : 

(/. ) To enter into any arrangements with the Gov- 
ernment (Dominion or Provincial) or any authority, 
munieijial, local or otherwise, that may seem conducive 
to the Comjiany’s objects or any of them, and to 
obtain from any such government or authority any 
rights, Jirivileges and concessions, and to acquire from 
any concessionaire any subsidies, charters, rights, 
Jirivileges or concessions which the Company may 


July 20th, 1890. 


TIIM milTISIl COLUMHIA (iAZETTM. 


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tliiiik it (losiralilc to obtain, ami to carry "'it, o.xoi'cisc 
ami coiniily with or if liwini'il atlvi.salilc, iUsjiohu of 
any smOi arrangements, charters, rights, privileges 
ami concessions : 

(J. ) To obtain any Act of I’arliament for enabling 
the ( 'oinpany to carry any of its ol)jects into i U'eet, or 
for etlcoting any nuxlilication of liu: ( 'oinpany’s con- 
stitution, or foi‘ any other purpose whicli may seem 
calculated, directly or indirectly, not to in'cjmlice the 
t\)m]»any’s interests : 

(k\) To takt! or otluu'wise ac(pdro and liold shai'cs in 
any other company having ol)jects altogotlicr or in part 
similar to those of this Company, or carrying on any 
business capable of being condncted so as directly or 
indirectly to benefit this (k)nii)any : 

(/. ) To disti ibute any of the property of the Com- 
pany among the members in specie : 

(ill.) To pay out of the funds of the Company all 
expenses of or incidental to the formation, registra- 
tion and advertising of the Company, and to lemuner- 
ate any person or company for services rendered, or 
to be rendered, in j)lacing, or assisting to ))lace, or the 
guaranteeing tlie ])lacing of any of the shares in the 
t\)inpany’s capital, or any debenture or other securi- 
ties of the Company, or in or about the hu'mation or 
])romotion of the Comj)any or the conduct of its busi- 
ness ; 

(n.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or otlier- 
wise deal with the undertaking, or all or any ]>art of 
tlie property and rights of the Company, with pow'er 
to accept as the consideration any shares, stocks, or 
obligations of any other coin])any : 

(o. ) To do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects. 

Civen under my liand and seal of office, at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 19th day of July, 
one thousiind eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTJTIN, 

jy20 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


No. 298. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 

Certificate of the Incokforation of “The Mid- 
way Tradixi! Company, Limited.” 


Capital, .$t.'',,00O. 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Midway Trading 
X Company, Limited,” has this day been incorpor- 
ated under the “ Companies Act, 1897,” as a Limited 
Company, with a capital of fifteen thousand dollars, 
divided into fifteen thousand shares of one dollar each. 

Tlie registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the Town of Midway, Y’^ale District, British Colum- 
bia. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a. ) To purchase or otherwise acquire and take over 
the mercantile business heretofore carried on at the 
Town of Midway by J. R. Jacobs, together with all 
the goods, -wares, merchandise, stock-in-trade, good- 
will and stand belonging or appertaining to the said 
business, and to pay for the same either in money or 
in shares of the Company, or partly in money and 
partly in such shares : 

(b.) To buy, sell, manufacture, exchange and deal in 
dry goods, clothing, gents’ furnishings, groceries, pro- 
visions, boots, shoes, rubber goods, miners’ supplies, 
hardware, house furnishings, stationery', drugs, fancy 
novelties, consumable articles, and chattels and effects 
of all kinds, and generally to carry on a wholesale and 
retail business, including commission business or any 
other business which may seem to the Company 
capable of being conveniently carried on in respect of 
any of the objects for which this Company is formed 
at the Town of Midway, and such other places in Brit- 
ish Columbia as the Company may think proper ; 

(c.) To purchase, take on lease, or in exchange, hire 
or other-wise acquire any lands and buildings within 
the Province of British Columbia, and any estate or 
interest in, and any rights connected with any such 
lands or buildings : 

(d.) To develop, lease, sell, exchange and turn to 
account any lands acquired by the Company, or in 
which the Company is interested : 

(e.) To acquire and undertake the whole or any 
part of the business, yiroperty, and liabilities of any 
person or company carrying on business which this 
Company is authorised to carry on : 

(/.) To borrow or raise or secure the payment of 
money in such other manner as the Company shall 


think lit, and in |)articular by the issue of debcntui-es 
or (lel)cnture stock charged uiion all or any of the 
(!ompany’.s projicrty, and to redeem or pay oil any 
such .securities : 

((/. ) 'I’o remunerate any person or company for ser- 
vices rendered or to be rendered, in or about the for- 
mation or promotion of tlie Company, or the conduct 
of its business : 

(h.) 'I'o draw, make, aecejjt, indorse, discount, exe- 
cute and issue ])i-omissoiy notes, bills of excliange, 
bills of huling, wai-rants, debcnliiies, and othei' negoti- 
able and transferable instruments : 

(i.) 'I'o entei- into any agreement for sharing ])rofits, 
union of interests, eo-o])cralion, joint adventure, 
reciprocal concessions, or otherwise, xvith any [lei’son 
or company engaged in, or about to carry on or 
engage in, any business or transaction caiinlile of being 
conductecl so as directly or indirectly to benefit tlie 
Company, and to lend money to, guarantee the con- 
tracts of, or otherwise assist any such person or com- 
pany, and to take or otherwise acquire sliares and 
securities of any such conqiany, and to sell, hold, 
re-issue, with or without guarantee, or otherw'ise deal 
with the same : 

(J.) 'I’o sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or other- 
wise deal with all or any part of the jiroperty and 
rights of the Company : 

(k.) To lend money to such persons, and on such 
terms, as may seem expedient, and in particular to 
customers, and others having dealings -ftdth the Com- 
pany, and to guarantee the performance of contracts 
by any such persons : 

(L) 'I'o construct, maintain, and alter any buildings, 
shops, stores or works and conveniences, or any por- 
tion thereof, respectively, necessary or convenient for 
the purposes of the Comjiany, which shall seem 
directly or indirectly beneficial to the Company : 

(m. ) Generally to jmrehase, take on lease or in ex- 
change, hire or otherwise acquire any real and personal 
property, and any rights or privileges -wdiich the 
Company may think necessary or convenient for the 
purposes of its business : 

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

(o. ) 'To do all or any of the above things as princi- 
pals, agents, contractors, trustees, or otherwise, and 
by or through trustees, agents or otherwise, and 
either alone or in conjunction -with others ; 

( p.) To do all such other things as are incidental or 
conducive to the above objects. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 13th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

Ll.s.] S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy20 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 

No. 300. 

“ COMPANIPIS ACT, 1897.” 

Certificate of the Incorporation of “The Bound- 
ary Homestake Mining Company, Limited,” 

“ Non-Personal Liability.” 

Cajyitat, $1,000,000. 

T HFiREBY CERQ’IFY' that “ The Boundary Home- 
1 stake Mining Company, Limited,” “Non-Personal 
Liability,” has this day been ineorporated under the 
“ Companies’ Aet, 1897,” as a Limited Conqiany, with 
a capital of one million dollars, divided into one mil- 
lion shares of one dollar each. 

The registered office of the Company -w'ill be situate 
in Greenwood, British Columbia. 

The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) 'I’o acquire the “Homestake” Mineral Claim, 
situate in Summit Camp, in the Grand Forks Mining 
Division of Yale District, in the Province of British 
Columbia, and any other mineral claims, or interests 
therein, in the Province of British Columbia or else- 
where, and for that purpose to enter into and carry 
out, either with or without modifications, any agree- 
ments which may have been entered into with any 
person or persons in connection with said “Home- 
stake ” Mineral Claim, or any other mineral claim or 
interest therein, which the Company may see fit to 
acquire by purchase or otherwise : 

(b.) To manage, develop, -w'ork, and sell the mines, 
mineral claims, and mining properties of the Com- 
pany : 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


(c.) To win, get, treat, retine, and market the 
minerals from said mines, mineral claims and mining 
properties : 

{d.) To do all such things as are incidental or con- 
ducive to the attainment of the above obiects or any 
of them. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 15th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

. ^ [L-s.] 8. Y. WOOTTON, 

Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 

No. 301. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 

Certificate of the Incorporation of “The Flor- 
ida Mining Company, Limited,” “Non-Per- 
sonal Liability.” 


Capitnt, $100,000. 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Florida Mining 
Company, Limited,” “Non-Personal Liability,” 
has this day been incorporated under the “Companies’ 
Act, 1897,” as a Limited Company, with a capital of 
one hundred thousand dollars, divided into one million 
shares of ten cents each. 

The registered office of the Company will be situate 
in the City of Kaslo, Province of British Columbia. 

The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for which the Company has been estab- 
lished are : — 

(a.) To acquire by location, purchase, hire, exchange, 
lease, assignment, or otherwise howsoever, mines, 
mineral claims, and mining properties, or interests 
therein, in the Province of British Columbia, and to 
pay for the same either in cash or in fully paid-up 
shares of the Company, or partly in cash and partly in 
fully paid-up shares of the Company : 

(h.) To manage, develop, work and sell the mines, 
mineral claims', and mining properties of the Com- 
pany : 

(c. ) To win, get, treat, refine and market the minerals 
from said mines, mineral claims, and mining properties: 

[d.) To do all such things as are incidental or con- 
ducive to the attainment of the above objects. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, 
Province of British Columbia, this 15th day of July, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine. 

[L.s.] 8 . Y. WOOTTON, 

jy20 Registrar of Joint, Stock Com]>anies. 


No. 299. 

“COMPANIES ACT, 1897.” 


Certificate of the Incorporation of “The British 
Columbia Mining and Exploration Coimpany, 
Limited,” “Non-Personal Liability.” 


Capital $J.'>0,000. 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The British Columliia 
Mining and Exploration Company, Limited,” 
“ Non-Personal Liability,” has this day been incorpor- 
ated under the “Companies Act, 18!)7,” as a limited 
company, with a capital of one hundred and fifty 
thousand dollars, divided into six hundred thousand 

shares of twenty-five cents (‘25c. ) each. 

The registered office of the Company will bo situate 
in the City of Victoria, British Columbia. 

The Company is specially limited under section 56 
of the said Act. 

The objects for whicli the Company has been estab- 

li.shed are : — r ■ „ 

(a.) To acquire the mine known as tlic “Giant 
mineral claim, a Crown Grant of Avliich is of the date 
the 30th day of January, 1897, the said property being 
therein described as all that parcel or lot of land 
situate in Kootenay Di.strict and nunihorod lot eleven 
hundred and nine (1,109), groujiono (1), luid known as 
the “Giant” mineral claim on the official plan or 
survey of the said Kootenay District, and all inineials, 
precious and base (save coal), which may he found 
therein in veins, lodes, or rock in place, and whethet 
such minerals are found separately or in combination 
with each other ; to acquire the mineral claim known 
as the “Cuba No. ‘2” mineral claim, situated near tlie 
mouth of 8chroeder Creek, on the west side of Koot- 
enay Lake, in the Ainsworth Mining Division of West 
Kootenay, in the .said Province ; to acqmro the mineral 
claim known as the “Boston” Mineral C aim, situate 
near the mouth of Schroeder Creek, on the west su c 


of Kootenay Lake, in the Ainsw'orth Mining Division 
of West Kootenay, in the said Province ; to acquire 
the mineral claim known as the “ Eldorado” mineral 
claim, situated on the east side of the South Fork of 
Kaslo Creek, between Desmond and Sturges Creeks, 
in the Ainsworth Mining Division of West Kootenay, 
in the .said Province ; to acquire the mineral claims 
known as the “ Juno No. 1,”“ JunoNo. 2,” “Juno No. 
3,” and “Juno No. 4” mineral claims, situate on De- 
serted Creek, Hesquit Harbour, Tlupana Aimi, Nootka 
Sound, in Vancouver Island, in the said Province ; to 
acquire the mineral claim known as the “ Big Four ” 
mineral claim, situated on Mount Sicker, Vancouver 
Island, in the said Province, about three miles from 
the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company’s line 
of railway, and four miles from Cheniainus River ; to 
acquire the mineral claim known as the “Union” 
mineral claim, situate on Mineral Hill, in the District 
of Alberni, Vancouver Island, and joins the “Ophir” 
mineral claim on the west side ; to acquire the mineral 
claim known as the “ T. G.” mineral claim, situate in 
the Trail Creek Mining Division of West Kootenay 
District, in the said Province, on the wmst side of 
Norway Mountain ; to acquire the mineral claim 
known as the “Essie” mineral claim, situate in Trail 
Creek Mining Division of West Kootenay District 
aforesaid, on the south-west end of Norway Mountain ; 
to acquire the mineral claim known as the “Matilda” 
mineral claim, situate in the Trail Creek Mining 
Division of West Kootenay District aforesaid, on the 
East Fork of Champion Creek, six miles from the 
Columbia River ; to acquire the mineral claim known 
as the “ Strand ” mineral claim, situated near Nakusp, 
in the West Kootenay District aforesaid, on the Koos- 
ka-nax Creek, about one mile from its mouth, a re- 
location of the “ Barney Barnato ” mineral claim ; 
to acquire the mineral claim known as the “ Algoma” 
mineral claim, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division 
of West Kootenay District aforesaid, about three- 
fourths of a mile from the west shore of Upper Arrow 
Lake, and about half way between Fosthall and 
Pingston Creeks ; to acquire the mineral claim known 
as the “Hampstead” mineral claim, situate in the 
Trail Creek Mining Division of West Kootenay Dis- 
trict aforesaid, on the East Fork of Champion Creek, 
six miles from the Columbia River ; to acquire an un- 
divided one-half interest in the mineral claim known 
as the “ Fireside ” mineral claim, situate near the 
Needles, Arrow Lake, in the said Province, about one- 
quarter (R of a mile south of the “0. K.” mineral 
claim ; to acquire an undivided one-fourth interest in 
the mineral claim known as the “California Girl” 
mineral claim, situate near the Needles, Arrow Lake 
aforesaid, and adjoining the “ Golden Climb ” mineral 
claim ; and for that purpose to adopt, enter into and 
carry into effect, with or without modification, the 
four certain agreements referred to in clause 3 of the 
Company’s Articles of Association. 

And to acquire any mines or mineral claims in the 
Province of British Columbia, and to pay for the same 
either in money or in fully paid-up non-assessable 
shares of the Company, or both, and to prospect, work, 
mine, explore, develop and turn to account the said 
mineral claims or any of them : 

{b.) To purchase, take on lease, exchange, hire or 
otherwise acijuire, prospect, ivork, mine, explore, 
exercise, develop and turn to account any mine, min- 
ing rights, prospects or other mining or mineral claims 
in the Province of British Columbia : 

(c.) To raise, crush, win, get, quarry, smelt, calcine, 
reline, dress, amalgamate, niani]iulatc and preiiare for 
market ore, metal and mineral substances of all kinds, 
wlietlier the property of the Comjiany or not, and to 
carry on any metallurgical operations Avhich may seem 
conducive to the Company’s objects, or any of them, 
or wliich may seem capable of being usefully or pro- 
fitably carried on or in connection with other business 
of the Coirqiany, and to sell, dispose of and deal in 
any ore, metal and mineral sn’ostances either in a 
manufactured state or otherwise, and any mineral or 
substances resulting from or to be obtained in the 
process of smelting, rclining or manufacturing the 
same, and cither free or in combination with other 
substances : 

[d.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dis]iosc of, turn to account, or othcr- 
wi.se deal with all or any part of the pixqicrty and 
rights of the Company, and may .accept as considera- 
tion for any sale or exchange of all or any jiart of the 
yiroperty and rights of the Comjiany, shares jiartly or 
fully p.aid up in .any other company, and may dis- 
tribute the same among the members of the Comjianj’, 


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July 20th, 1899.] TIIM HlUTlSll OOLUMBIA (lAZKTTK 


aiul may distriliuto any jiroporty of tlio (Joinpaii}' 
amonj{ mcml)ors in sjaHMi) : 

(<^. ) 'To do all .sticli things as aro incidental or con- 
ducive to tlie attainment of any of the al)ove ohjeets. 

(liven under my liand and seal of otlice at N'ictoria, 
Province of British (\)lund)ia, thi.s Kith day of duly, 
one thousand eight huiulred and ninety-nine. 

[i,.s.] S. V. WOO'r'l'ON, 

jylM) Ri'iiistrar of Joint Stock' Compniiien. 

ASSIGNMENT NOTICES. 

NOTK’K OP ASSION'SIKNT. 


Pl'KSU.VNT TO “CUKDlTOliS’ TkU.ST DkKD.S AcT,” .\N1) 
.\MKNi)iN(i Acts. 

O'l’lCK is hereby given that dohn Ifidgood, of 
Pornie, British tJoluudjia, merchant, has by 
deed bearing date the 14th day of dune, lSt)9, assigned 
all his real and personal property to Stej)hen P. Wal- 
lace, of Pernie, B. C., merchant, in trust, for tlie ])ur- 
pose of paying and satisfying ratably and proportion- 
ately, and without ])referer!ce or ])riority, the creditors 
of the said dohn Bidgood their just debts. 'I'he said 
deeil was executed by the said John Bidgood, the 
assignor, and said Stephen F. Wallace, the trustee, on 
the l-fth day of June, 1899, and said trustee lias under- 
taken the trusts created by said deed. 

All persons having claims against said John Bidgood 
are required on or before the 8th day of July, 1899, to 
deliver to the said trustee full particulars of tlie .same, 
duly verified by statutory declaration, together with 
the particulars of the security, if any, held by them, 
and all persons indebted to the said John Bidgood are 
required to pay the amounts due him by them to the 
said trustee forthwith. After the said 8th day of July, 
1899, the trustee will proceed to distribute tlie assets 
among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only 
to the claims of which he shall then have had notice. 

A meeting of the creditors of the said John Bid- 
good will be held at the Hotel Fernie, in Fernie, B.C., 
on Saturday, the 8th day of July, A.D. 1899, at the 
hour of two o’clock p.m. 

Dated at Fernie, this 16th day of .Tune, A.D. 1899. 

STEPHEN F. WALLACE, 
jy6 Trustee. 


NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. 


In Re Est.\te of R. Logan. 

"VTOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to the “Credit- 
ors’ Trust Deeds Act,” and amending Act, that 
Roderick Logan, of the City of Kamloops, B. C., here- 
tofore carrying on business as a merchant tailor, at the 
City of Kamloops, B. C. , has by deed dated the 10th 
day of July, A.D. 1899, assigned all his personal 
estate, credits and efifects which may be seized and 
sold under execution (save and except such portion as 
he may select as his exemption under the “Homestead 
Act”), and all his real estate, to Charles Selden 
Stevens, of Kamloops, B. C., agent, in trust for the 
general benefit of his creditors. The said deed was 
executed by the said Roderick Logan on the 10th day 
of July, 1899, and by the said Charles Selden Stevens 
on the 11th day of July, 1899. 

All persons, firms, or corporations having claims 
against the said Roderick Logan are hereby required, 
on or before the 12th day of August, 1899, to send to 
the trustee full particulars of the same, duly verified, 
together with the particulars of the security (if any) 
held by them. 

Notice is hereby further given that after the said 
12th day of August, A. D. 181)9, the trustee will pro- 
ceed to distribute the assets of the trust estate amongst 
those creditors who are entitled thereto, and whose 
claims have been lodged with him, having regard only 
to the claims of which he then had notice, and that 
he will not be responsible after said date for the assets 
of the said trust estate, or any part thereof, so dis- 
tributed to any person or persons, firms or corporations, 
of whose claim he had not notice at the time of the 
distribution. 

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the creditors 
of the said Roderick Logan will be held at the office 
of Charles Selden Stevens, on Victoria Street, in the 
City of Kamloops, B. C., on Tuesday, the 1st day of 
August, A.D. 1899, at the hour of 11 o’clock in the 
forenoon. 

Dated at Kamloops, B. C., this 12th day of July, 
A.D. 1899. 

JOHN I). SWANSON, 

jy20 Solicitor for the said Trustee. 


ASSIGNMENT NOTICES. 


NOT I C E. 


In the Mattfk ok the I'Istate.s ok John Kky, Jo.sei’M 
Wll.DAUEIt, AND AkTIU'R J. WiEKINSON, AM- OK 

THE City ok Vangouvek, in the I’kovinge ok 
B iuTisir Coi-niMiiiA, doing misiNK.sH together 
UNDER THE KIR.M NAME OK I.EY, WiM'AUKR & 

Wiekin.son, Buii-dkrs, Dertors. 

rnAKE NOTICE that tlie above-named Jolin Ley, 
i tJo.seph Wildauer, and Arthur J. Wilkinson, by 
deed of assignment for the benefit of creditors, bearing 
date tlie 2Uth day of June, A.D. 1899, made in jiursu- 
anceof the “Creditors’ ’I’rust Deeds Act,” have granted 
and assigned unto James W. Hackett, of tlie said City 
of Vancouver, contractor, all the personal estate, 
credits and effects of the said debtors, and of each of 
them (both partnership and private), which may be 
seized and sold under execution, and all the real estate 
of the said debtors, and each of them, for the purpose 
of distribution amongst the said creditors, as provided 
by law. Said deed of assignment was executed by 
the said John Ley, Joseph Wildauer, and Arthur J. 
Wilkinson and James IV. Hackett on the said 20th 
day of June, 189!). All creditors having claims against 
the said John Ley, Joseph Wildauer and Arthur .1. 
Wilkinson arc required to file their claims with the 
assignee, duly jiroved, as provided by the Act. In 
default of the said assignee receiving satisfactory proof 
thereof any creditor is liable to have his claim barred. 

And further take notice that a meeting of the said 
creditors will be held at the office of .Tames W. Hackett, 
No. .')20, Seymour Street, in the said City of Van- 
couver, on Friday, the 7th day of July, 1899, at the 
hour of four o’clock in the afternoon. 

Dated at Vancouver, this 21st day of June, A. 1). 
1899. 

DAVIS, MARSHALL & MACNEILL, 

Je29 Solicitors for the Assignee. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


NOTICE. 


j^OTICE is hereby given that the registered ofiice 
of “ The Carlisle Canning Company, Limited,” 
has been changed from Victoria to Vancouver, and the 
same is now situate at Room 47, Inns of Court Build- 
ing, in the City of Vancouver. 

Dated this 15th day of June, A.D. 1899. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy6 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


'VT'OTICE is hereby given that 30 days from the 
23rd day of June, 1899, the head offices of the 
Old Dominion Mining and Development Company, 
Limited Liability, will be changed from Rossland, B. 
C., to Nelson, B. C. 

Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 14th day of June, 1899. 


“COMPANIES’ ACT, 1897.” 


N otice is hereby given that George B. McDonald, 
book-keeper, of Cody, B. C. , has been appointed 
the attorney for the “American Boy Mining aud Mill- 
ing Company,” in place of Henry Callaghan, of the 
Town aforesaid. 

Dated this 19th day of June, A.D. 1899. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

je22 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


BRITISH COLUMBIA- YUKON RAILWAY COM- 
PANY. 


A SPECIAL General Meeting of the shareholders 
of tlie British Columbia-Yukon Railway Com- 
pany will be held at No. 32, Langley Street, in the 
City of Victoria, on Friday, the 4th day of August, 
1899, at the hour of 11 o’clock in the forenoon, to con- 
firm and approve the acts, proceedings, by-laws and 
resolutions done, had, and passed by the Dir-ectors of 
the said Company up to and at a meeting of the said 
Directors held on the 18th instant, and for the tran- 
saction of such other business as may then be legally 
transacted. ^ 

Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 19th day of Julv A D 
1899. 

CASSIDY & DAVEY, 

20jy Solicitors for the British Columbia- Yukon 

Bailway Company. 


1220 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


rpAKIi, NOTICE that “The Victoria Shoe Company, 
-A , carrying on business at the City of 

Victoria, in the Province of British Columbia, intends 
to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, upon 
the expiration of three months from the date of this 
notice, that its name be changed by Order in Council 
to that of “ The Paterson Shoe Company, Limited.” 

Dated at the City of Victoria this 9th day of May, 
A. D. 1899. 

McPHILLIPS, WOOTTON & BARNARD, 
Solicitors for the Applicants. 


I^OTICE is hereby given that I shall, on behalf of 
the Williams Lake Band of Indians, apply to 
the Commissioner of the Cariboo District for permis- 
sion to record one hundred inches of water from a 
creek crossing the waggon road between the 154 and 
156-mile posts, for domestic and agricultural purposes. 

E. BELL, 

Indian Agent. 

Clinton, B. G., June 9th, 1899. je22 


IN THE MATTER OF THE “ TRAMWAY COM- 
PANY INCORPORATION ACT.” 


N otice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, 
desire to form a Company under the name of 
“The Bennett-Klondike Tramway Company,” for the 
purpose of building, equipping, and operating an aerial 
tramway, beginning at a point near the terminus of 
the Chilkoot Aerial Tramway, in the District of Cas- 
siar. Province of British Columbia ; thence following 
the easterly side of Crater Lake, Mud Lake, Long 
Lake, Deep Lake, and connecting waters, along either 
side of the canyon connecting Deep Lake with Lake 
Lindermaii ; thence along the easterly side of Lake 
Linderman to the Town of Bennett ; and also for the 
purpose of building, constructing, equipping, and 
operating a telephone in connection with the said tram- 
way, and with power to build, construct, equip and 
operate branch lines. 

Dated at the City of Victoria, this 21st day of June, 
A.D. 1899. 


je29 


A. S. INNES. 
R. L. DRURY. 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF 
NANAIiMO, B. C. 

Notice to Debenture Holders. 

I N ACCORDANCE with the provisions of the “Fire 
Hall and Hydrant By-law, 1892,” and of the 
“Schools Erection By-law, 1892,” notice is hereby 
given by the Corporation of the City of Nanaimo, B.C., 
that on the 31st day of December, 1899, the Treasurer 
of the said City will be prepared to redeem seven thou- 
sand dollars worth of said City debentures, and the 
holder or holders of debentures numbered 1, 4, 6, 15, 
17, 19 and 20, issued under the authority of the “Fire 
Hall and Hydrant By-law, 1892,” and the holder or 
holders of debentures numbered 2, 5, 6, 7, 13, 14 and 
19, issued under the authority of the “Schools Erec- 
tion By-law, 1892,” are hereby notified that they must 
present the same for redemption at the City Hall, 
Bastion Street, Nanaimo. All interest on said deben- 
tures numbered as aforesaid will cease on the said 31st 
day of December, 1899. 

By Order. 

S. GOUGH, 

City Clerk. 

Nanaimo, B. G., 26th June, 1899. jc29 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


'VJ'OTICE is hereby given that the head office of the 
Broken Hill Mining and Developjment Com- 
pany, Limited Liability, will, at the expiration of 30 
days from the 23rd of June, 1899, be changed from 
Nelson, B. C. , to Ymir, B. C. 

Dated at Nelson, B. C., this 9th day of June, 1899. 


NEW WESTMINSTER SOUTHERN RAILWAY 
COMPANAh 

T he annual general meeting of the stockholders of 
the New Westminster Southern Railway Com- 
pany will be held at the Secretary’s office, on the 1.3th 
day of July, at 8 o’clock p.m. 

T. J. TRAPP, 

jo22 Secretary. 


“COMPANIES’ ACT, 1897,” AND AMENDING 
ACTS. 


N otice is hereby given that Oliver T. Stone, 
general agent, of Kaslo, B. C., has been ap- 
pointed the attorney for the “Washington Mining 
Company,” in place of J. L. Montgomery. The said 
attorney is not empowered to issue and transfer stock 
of the Company. 

Dated the 3rd day of July, A. D. 1899. 

S. Y. WOOTTON, 

jy6 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. 


NOTICE. 


The Vancouver Smelting and IMining Company, 
Limited Liability. 


N otice is hereby given that a special general 
meeting of the Vancouver Smelting and Mining 
Company, Limited Liability, will be held at the Com- 
pany's office at The Molson’s Bank Building, Hastings 
Street, Vancouver, on Friday, the 11th day of August, 
at the hour of 3 o’clock in the afternoon, for the pur- 
pose of passing a resolution authorising the sale of the 
whole or such portion of the Company’s assets as the 
meeting may deem expedient, and the transaction of 
such other business as may lawfully be brought before 
it. li. T. CEPERLEY, 

Secretary. 

Vancouver, 11th July, \899. jyl3 

'VJ'OTICE is hereby given that I shall, on behalf of 
the Fountain band of Indians, apply to the 
Commissioner of the Lillooet District for permission 
to record one hundred (100) inches of -water from a 
creek called We 0 Wiis, in Lorenzo Valley and about 
eight miles from the Fountain, for domestic and agri- 
cultural purposes. 

E. BELL, 

je22 Indian Agent. 


NOTICE. 


Change of Corporate Name. 

N otice is hereby given that the Union Colliery 
Company of British Columbia, Limited Liability, 
intends to apply to His Honour the Lieutenant-Gover- 
nor for permission to change its name to that of the 
“Wellington Colliery Company, Limited Liability.” 
Dated V^ictoria, 18th July, 1899. 

DAVIE, PObLEY & LUXTON, 
Solicitors for the Union Colliery Company of B.C., 
20jy Limited Liahility. 


MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 


N 0 T I C E . 


N OI’ICE is hereby given that 60 days after date 
we will apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works, at Victoria, B. C., for permission 
to drive logs on that portion of the V' cst P ork of the 
Kettle River commencing at the point where Rock 
Creek empties into said river, and extending .10 miles 
up said West Fork of the Kettle River. 

Dated at Greenwood, this 1st day of .Inly, 1899. 
jy20 blue & FISHER. 


CITY OF COLUMBIA. 


I HEREBY CERI’IFY that the following gentle- 
men have been duly elected to compose tlie Muni- 
cipal Council of the City of Columbia for the year 
1899 

Mayor — Charles Hay ; Aldermen — Joshua Ander- 
son, Edwin Leonard Beer, Charles Cusson, Prescott 
Campbell McArthur, Angus Lachlan McDonald, and 
Charles W. R. Wastell. 

J. K. DUNLOP, 

jy20 Beturning Officer. 


1221 


.luLY 20th, 181)0.) the imiTlSH COLUMBIA (lAZETTE. 


SPALLUMCHEEN BY-LAWS. 


DKNNB'rr CRKKK I)RAINA(iK liY-LAW, No. 2(i. 

A lli/-lAiir to proi-hlr /or thr ih ahiinu o/' /xtrts o/' loirnnlii/) :tr,, in tin- Sjnill lunrlicrn Mniiirl/nilUi/, hcinf/ 
Itir sonlli-irvst t/iinrlcr, norfh-rnut ,,iinrh r, ainl Honth-cust t/iKirtrr of Srction U, and thf sonlli-nnut 
,,nartrr and north-a't st <,aart< r of Srrtion tO, and noal/i half of Sr, lion ofllir Itrnnrtt Crcrh /train- 
inu Srhrnir, and /or horroa ini/, on t/n- i rrdit ofthr Maniri/talitj/, the sain oftUrrr thoasand /ire /laiidri d 
anil rifilil !f-/irv dollars ( Ifl.'/f/iS/i ) for roni/drtiin/ l/tr sainr. 

[ I’rovisiouiilly atlopted the l.'Rli day of May, A. I). 18!)!).] 

\\''’HKRR.\S a majority in mind)er and value of the owners, as shown by the last revised assessment 
>> roll of the property hereinafter set fortli to he henetited by the drainage, have petitioned the Council 
of the said Municipality, praying for tlie drainage of tlie following lands in said Township dfi, within the 
boundaries of the said Munieipality of Spallumcheen, commencing at a jioint on boundary between J. J..aur 
and Wood, Cargill & Co., in S. W. 1 Section !); thence north-easterly to old creek ; thence easterly and north- 
easterly, following the ilircction of the old creek, to a point joining the old creek in N.K. :} Section 15 ; 

And whereas thereupon the said Council procured an examination to be made by J. 1\ Burnyeat, C. h., 
being a person competent for sucli purposes, of the said locality proposed to be drained, and has also pro- 
cured plans and estimates of the work to be made by the said J. 1*. Burnyeat, and an assessment to be made 
by him of the land to be benetited by such drainage, stating as nearly as he can the proportion of benefit 
which, in his opinion, w'ill be derived in consecpience of such drainage by every lot or portion of lot, tlie said 
assessment so made being the assessment hereinafter by this by-law enacted to be assessed and levied upon 
tlie lots and parts of lots hereinafter in that behalf specially set forth and described, and the report of the 
said J. R. Burnyeat in respect thereof, and of the saiil drainage, being as follows : — 

“Veknon, B. C., April 7th, 1899. 

“ 7Vic Reeve and Councillors of Spallumcheen Municipality, Armstrong : 

“ Sms, — rursuant to your instructions of February 19th to yiroceed with the survey of Bennett Creek 
drain, I have the honour to enclose you herewith plan, profile, details of acreage to each owner, and minor 
details of construction and estimated cost, together with statement of time of men employed, board, and 
other accounts. 

“Levels were run and measurements taken to establish limit of benefit area, and a height of 18 inches 
was adopted for such limit above the banks of the Bennett Creek. After the high w'ater, and before com- 
mencement of w'ork, the centre stakes will require to be marked with the cuts, and slope stakes set out, and 
a specification prepared for the guidance of the contractor. 

“The ditcliing already done in the old channel between Stations 27 and 69 will be utilized by the new 
channel, and the line from Station 88 to the end was run along old bed of creek and near the foot-hills, 
thereby cutting the narrow meadow as little as possible. 

“ The ditch will be 2| miles long, and for tlie first 4,000 feet will require to be eight feet wide on bottom, 
and the balance 10 feet wide, and sloped one to one, having an average depth of about four feet. 

“ The scheme is wholly feasible and practicable, and the estimated cost is $3,585. 

“ I have the honour to be, gentlemen, 

“Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) “ J. P. BURNYEAT, C. E. 

“ List of lands, owners interested, and number of acres benefited by the drainage scheme, and value of 
improvements, as returned by Surveyor : — ■ 


Township. 

Section. 

Name. 

No. of Acres. 

Value of Improvements. 

35 

Part of S. W, ^ Section 9 

J. T^aiir ... 

13.1 

S198 07 



J. Bell 

2.3 

34 77 



Wood, Cargill & Co 

20.0 

302 40 


S. E. J Section 9 

SiLaa Norris 

41.3 

624 45 



E. R. Burnett 

16.5 

249 48 


N. E. 1 Section 9 

H. Wood 

32.0 

483 84 


S. W. J Section 10 

J. Ohristien 

8.0 

19.0 90 


N. \V. J Section 10 

TiConarfl Norri.s .... 

62 0 

93.^ 9S 


S. W. J Section 16 

Isaac Heard 

33 0 

498 96 


S. E. i Section 15 . 

The Sun Life (Lanibly Estate) 

9.0 

136 09 




237.2 

S3, 585 00 


, “Bennett Creek Drain Details. 

“ Length of proposed ditch =13.624 feet = 2.58 miles. 

“ Average depth =4 feet. 

“ Bottom width from 0 to Sta. 40 =8 feet. 

„ 40 to Sta. 136 + 24 = 10 feet. 

“.Sloped one foot to one foot cut. 

“The ditching already done by the several owners will be utilized by the new ditch. To prevent the 
sand and gravel from washing down and filling ditch a catch basin will be formed by deepening the present 
ditch from 0 to Station 800 to a depth of from 4^ to 5 feet on a slight grade, and putting in a crib of logs. 

“ Total-number of acres benefited, 237 2/10. 

“ Estimated cost of drain, $3,585.00. 

(Signed) “J. P. BURNYEAT, C. E.” 

And whereas the said Council is of opinion that the drainage of the locality described is desirable : 

Be it therefore enacted by the said Municipal Council of said District Municipality of Spallumcheen 
pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Act : — ’ 

1. That the said report, plans, and estimates be adopted, and the said drain, and the works connected 
therewith, be made and constructed in accordance therewith. 

2. Tliat the Reeve of said Township or District Municipality may borrow, on the credit of the Cor- 

poration of the said Township or District Municipality, the sum of three thousand five hundred and eighty- 
five dollars (.$3,585.00), being the funds necessary for ihe work, and may issue debentures of the Corporation 
to that amount, in sums of not less than one hundred dollars each, and payable within twenty years from 
the date thereof, with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum, that is to say, payable on the first 
day of November in each and every year, such debentures to be payable at the Bank of Montreal Vernon 
B. C. and have attached to them coupons for tlie payment of interest. ’ ’ 

3. That for tlie purpose of paying the sum of three thousand five hundred and eighty-five dollars 
($3,585), being the amount charged against the said lands so to be benefited as aforesaid, other than lands 
belonging to the Municipality, and to cover interest thereon for twenty years at the rate of six per centum 


1222 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [July 20th, 1899. 


per annum, the following special rates, over and above all other i-ates, shall be assessed and levied upon the 
uuder-inentioned lots and parts of lots, and the amount of the said special rates and interest assessed as 
aforesaid a,gainst each lot or part of lot, respectively, shall he divided into twenty equal parts and one such 
part shall be assessed and levied as aforesaid in each year for twenty years after the final passing of this by- 
law during which the said debentures have to run. 


To\vn.ship 

or 

Group. 

Section or Lot. 

No. of 
Acres. 

35 

Part of S.W. i Sec. 9 

13.1 


H If 

2.3 


t» M 

20.0 


Part of S.E. J- Sec. 9 

41.3 


H n 

16.5 


N. E. I of Section 9 

32.0 


S. \V. I of Section 10 

8.0 


N. VV. I of Section 10 

02.0 


.S. \V. I of .Section 15 

33.0 


S. E. i of Section 15 

9.0 

237 2/10 


Value of im- 
provements. 

To cover inter- 
est at si.x % 
for 20 years. 

Total special 
assessment. 

Annual assess- 
ment during 
each year for 
20 years. 

$198 07 

$132 05 

$330 12 

$16 00 

34 77 

23 18 

57 95 

2 90 

302 40 

201 00 

504 00 

25 20 

624 45 

416 30 

1,040 75 

52 04 

249 48 

160 32 

415 80 

20 79 

483 84 

322 f-(i 

806 40 

40 32 

120 90 

80 64 

201 60 

10 08 

935 98 

623 99 

1,559 97 

70 00 

498 96 

332 64 

831 60 

41 f>8 

136 09 

90 73 

220 82 

11 34 

$3,585 00 

$2,390 01 

$5,975 01 

$298 75 


Nominal Owners of Property. 


.J. Laur. 

J. Bell. 

Wood, Carffill & Co. 

.Silas j\orri.s. 

E. 15. Burnett. 

H. Wood. 

.lolin Christien. 

Leonard Norris. 

Isaac Heard. 

The .Sun Life Insurance Co. (Lanibly Estate). 


THOMAS LeDUC, 

R. S. Felly, C. M. 0. ■ Reeve. 


NOTICE. 

The above is a true copy of a by-law passed by the Municipal Council of the Municipality of Spalluin- 
cheen on the 13th day of May, 1899, and all persons are hereby required to take notice that anyone desirous 
of applying to have such by-law, or any part theroof, quashed, must, not later than ten days after final 
passing thererof, serve a notice in vvritiug upon the Reeve and upon the Clerk of the Municipality of his 
intention to make application for that purpose to the Supreme Court during the 30 days next ensuing after 
the final passing of the by-law. 

jyl3 R. S. FELLY, C. il/. C. 


MUNICIPAL COURTS OF REVISION. 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF SAN DON. 


N otice is hereby given that the first sitting of the 
Court of Revision appointed by the Council of 
the City of Sandon for hearing all complaints against 
the assessment for the current year, as made by the 
Assessor of the said City, will be held in the Council 
Chamber, at Sandon, on Monday, the 26th day of 
June, at 10 o’clock a.m. 

FRANK C. SEWELL, 

City Clerk. 

Sandon, B.C., May 16th, 1899. my26 


CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GRAND 
FORKS. 


N otice is hereby given that the first sitting of 
the Local Improvement Court of Revision, ap- 
pointed by the Council of the City of Grand Forks, 
for hearing all complaints against the assessment 
under the Local Improvement By-law as made by the 
City Engineer of said city, will be held in the Council 
Chamber, at Grand Forks, on Monday, the 21st day 
of August, A. D. 1899. 

J. K. JOHNSON, 

City Clerk. 

Grand Forkx, B. C., Jidy 11th, 1899. jy20 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


^TOTICE is hereby given that a limited partnership 
has been formed between Alexander Weir, resid 
ing usually at the City of Vancouver, as general part 
ner, and Charles William Guest, residing usually at 
the said City of Vancouver, as special partner, for the 
purpose of carrying on a publishing liusiness, which 
partiiershii) will be carried on under the style or firm 
of Alexander Weir and Comjiany, and a certificate 
thereof lias been certified, filed and recorded at the 
projier otiice at Vancouver, on the 18tli of July, 1899. 
Tlio said Charles William Guest having contributed 
.|!800 to the capital stock of the partnership. 1 lie 
jiartnership commenced on tlie 10th day of July, 1899, 
and will terminate on the 10th day of July, 1902. 

Dated at Vancouver this 18th day of July, 1899. 

ALEXANDER WEIR, 
CHARLES W. GUEST, 

By Livinuston & Gahkett, 
jy20 Their Solicitors, 


PRIVATE BILL NOTICES. 


J^OTICE is hereby given that application will be 
T\| made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province 
of British Columbia, at its next session_, for an Act to 
incorporate a Company with power to construct, oper- 
ate, equip and maintain a system of wireless telegraphy 
for the purpose of transmission of messages for all 
public and commercial purposes from some point at or 
near Bennett, in the District of Cassiar, in the Province 
of British Columbia, by the most direct and feasible 
route or routes south-easterly through the said Province 
to some point on or near the Canadian Pacific Railway, 
between the eastern boundary of the Provinee and the 
sea ; with pov'er to build branches to some point on 
Vancouver Island, and to other points in said Province, 
and to construct, maintain, and operate all necessary 
buildings, works, erections, and machinery in connec- 
tion with the works of the Company, or its system, 
and the branches thereof, and with power to acquire 
water rights, and to construct dams, flumes, etc., for 
increasing water privileges, and to generate electricitj’ 
for operating the works of the Company or its systems, 
and in connection therewith, and to use and maintain 
all necessary works for the generation and transmis- 
sion of electricity for operating the works of the Com- 
pany ; with power to expropriate lands for the pur- 
poses of the Company, and to acquire land honiises, 
privileges, or other aids from any government, muni- 
cipal corporation, or bodies corporate or persons, and 
to levy and collect tolls and cliarges for the transmis- 
sion of messages by the Company’s system, or from 
persons using the same, and to make arrangements 
for the transmission of messages or otherwise with 
telegraph, telephone, railway, steamboat, or other 
companies, and for all other usual, necessary, or inci- 
dental rights, powers, and privileges in any way con- 
ducive to the attainment of the above objects, or any 
of them. 

Dated this 8tli day of July, 1899. 

A. E. PORTER, 

W. A. ANDERSON, 

Jy20 Bennett, B. C. 


LAND LEASES. 


riTlIlRTY DAYS from date 1 intend to apply to tlic 
1 Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a 
lease of 2,000 acres of land for pastoral jmrposes, 
situated on tlie north side of the North Brandi of the 
Chilcotin River, commencing at a stake a quarter of a 
mile above the bridge ; thence east one-half mile ; 
thence north three miles ; thence west one-lialf mile ; 
thence south along tlie river to point of commencement. 

H. P. S. BAYLIFF. 

Chilcotin, July 8th, 1899. jy20 

VICTORIA, B. 0.: Briiited by Richard Wolkbsdkn, Printer to 
the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty.