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SESSIONAL    PAPERS 


VOLTJ^VIE    1 


PART  1 


SECOND  SESSION  OE  THE  TWELETH  PARLIAMENT 


OF    TlIK 


DOMINION    OF    CANADA 


SESSION    1912-13 


'^  JlUf  10 


VOLUME  XLVII 


JUL  1^1966 


10  9166  3 


3  George  V, 


Alphabetical  luJex  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


See  also  Numerical  Iiist.  Page  23> 


AI.PHABETICAL    INDEX 


SESSIONAL    PAPERS 


PARLIAMEM  OF  CANADA 


SECOXD  SESSION,  TWELFTH  PAELIA]\IEXT,  1912-13. 


A 

AgricnltTiral  Aid  Act,  Agreement  with 
the  several  Provinces  re  expenditure 
of   Subsidies    under,   i-c 67i 

Agriculture,   E«poi-t  of  Dept.  of 15 

Agricultural  School,  Model  Farm,  &c.,  at 
Xe»-  Carlisle,  Que.,  Memorials,  ic,  re.    215 

-Aids  to  navigation  that  have  been  estab- 
Jished  on  the  Canadian  Atlantic 
Coast 89 

Aikine,  J.  A.  M.,  Kei)ort  of  on  '  Moral 
Instruction  in  the  Canadian  Public 
Schoob' 96 

Aldershot  Military  Camp,  number  of 
men  at  in  summer  of  1912;  contracts 
given;  cost  of  supplies,  ic 182 

.A'deishot,  N.S.,  re  supply  of  ice  for 
Miitary  Camp  at,  &c 221a 

.Aldershot,  N.S.,  re  alleged  thefts  of  pro- 
pe:  ty  from  the  Militia  Camp  in  Sept., 
1912 221 

Algoma  Steel  Co.,  applications  for  remis- 
sion (if  duties  on  rails  imported  by  at 
Fort  William,  ic 149 

Am'lot,  P.  E.,  Engineer  Public  Works 
Dept.,  Bonaventure  Co.,  Que.,  re 
transferring  of 138 

Appeils   made   to   Governor   in   Coancil, 

12  months  prior  to  March,  1912 117 

43S4U— 1 


A 

Appcintments: — 
General  Foremen,  &c.  of  Public  Works 
of  Co.  of  Bonaventure,  since  Oct.  1, 

1911,   to  date,  ic 72/ 

Appointment    of     Mr.     McCloskie     as 

Postmaster   at   Wakan,   B.C 72t 

Archives  Branch,  re  transferring  of 
from  Dept.  of  Agriculture  to  Secre- 
tary of  State,  4c 87 

Archives  Branch   of  Secretary  of  State, 

E«i:ort  of   work  of  for  year   1912..    ..      29b 
.isselin,   CMdvar.    Report   of   re   investiga- 
tion of  French   and  Belgian  immigra- 
tion   into    Canada 91 

A-tronomer,   Chief,    Report  of   for  year 

ending  March  31,  1912 25o 

Atlantic,  Quebrc  and  Western  Ry;,  Re- 
port of  Ei;gineers  re  usefulness  of  as 

feeders  io    I.    C.    Ry 67/ 

Auditor  General: — 
Report  of.  Volume  1,  A  to  J,  for  year 

ended  March  31,  1912 ] 

Report  of.  Volume  2,  K  to  U,  for  year 

ended  March  31,  1912.. 1 

R<?port  of.  Volume  3,  V  to  Y,  for  year 

ended  March  31,  1912 ) 

Australia,  Commonwealth  of,  Preferen- 
tial  Tariff   between   Canada,   and..    ..      <t< 


George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


B 

Baiique  Interuationale,  application  of  to 
the  Treasury  Board,  &c 130 

Bai;quB  Internationale,  re  Certificate 
authorizing  transfer  of  to  Home  Bank, 
ic 228 

Beeman,  J.  C,  cancellation  of  contract 
of,  for  conveying  H.  M.  Mails,  name 
of  successor,  &c "^o 

Begin, Mr.  J.,  appointment  of  as  Manager 
of  Experimental  Farm  at  Ste.  Anne..      72e 

B  'g  an  and  French  Immigration  to 
■  UMfla,  Investigation  into  by  Olivar 
A-seln ^1 

Bills  'passed  by  Ilou'se  of  Commons  since 
Confederation,  which  have  been  amend- 
ed by  Senate.. "3 

Bonaveulure,  Post  Offices  opened  in 
since  Oct.,  1911,  to  date,  &c 63 

Bonaven'bure  Co.,  Eesolution  of,  asking 
for,  or  objecting  to,  certain  public 
works  in  sadd  Co ISJ) 

Bonds  and  Securities  registered  since 
last  return,  Nov.  28,  1911 53 

Boulanger  &  Son,  Quebec.  Claims  of,  &c.    1-ila 

Branch  Lines   I.   C.   Ey.:— 
Railway  from  Estmere  to  Baddeok,  re 

building  of 82 

V;ile  line  of,  re  asking  for   road  to  be 

taken  over  by  I.  C.   Ry.,  re 109 

Eecon-t  ruction  of  Branch  line  of  into 
Gmysborough  Co.,  N.S 83e 

Breakwater  at  Petite  Riviere,  Lunenburg 
Co.  N.  S.,  Report  re  repairs  made  on 
in  year  1912 203;" 

British  Consular  Service,  0.  C.  re  facil- 
ities for  information  useful  to  Can- 
adian   Trade    in    connection    with..    ..     118 

British  Canadian  Loan  and  Inves.tment 
Co.,  Ltd.,   Toronto,  for  year   1911..    ..     140 

British  Columbia,  Copy  of  0.  C.  ap- 
pointing a  commission  to  inquire  into 
claims  of,  &c 191 

British  Columbia,  Memo,  re  claims  of 
for   ppc-cial  consideration 191a 

British  Columbia,  Correspondence  re 
claims  of  Indians  of  the  Province,  be- 
tween Prov.  Govt,  and  Domiaion  Gov-t.    139a 

British  Columbia,  Documents  re  subject 

of  increase  of   Prov.    Subsidy   to..    ..      67g 
British  Columbia,  Memorials  of  Govt,  of 
re  claims  for   additional   Prov.   Subsi- 
die.'s 'J''! 


Broderick,  Post  Office,  Sask.,  re  change 
of  name  of ■ 78 

Brule  Wharf,  Colchester  Co.,  X.S.,  re 
exp.nditures  on  during  last  two  years 
&c 179 

Brown,  James  W.,  in  connection  with 
western  lands,  pt.  of  S.  E.  J  section 
21-20-21-W.,  2  Meredian,  and  others, 
also  Alex.  Hurst  Brown's  claim  re 
these  lands 187c 

Buildings  occupied  by  the  Govt,  as  pub- 
lic offices,  under  rent,  where  situated, 
&c 208 


Cable  Rates,  Memo,  on  subject  of  be- 
tween P.  O.  Dept.  and  British  Post 
Office 93 

Caiinda  Steamer,  re  investigations  re- 
gnrding  service  performed  by.  &c..    ..      65 

''anada-West   Indiian   Conference 55 

Canadian   Fishermen,   re  recent   iiip lease 

in   prices   charged   for    Manilla   Cord..     185 
Canadian    Boat    Fishermen,    re    Medical 

attendance  on,  &c 64 

Canadian  Pure  Food  Act,  date  of  enact- 
ment of,  &c 70 

Canadian  Trade  and  Comimerce,  exten- 
sion of  facilities  for  obtaining  infor- 
mation useful  to 118 

Canadian   Pacific  Railway: — 
Orders  in  Council   respecting,  &c..    ..      <5 
Return  re  lands  sold  by.  year  ending 

Oct.  31,  1912 45a 

Return  re  applications  made  by,  for 
authorization   to  make  new   issue  of 

stock 45b 

Canadian  G<uardi^n  Life  Insurance  Co., 
re  transfer   of  from    Dept.   at   Ottawa 

to  Dept.  at  Toronto 188 

Canals : — 
St.  Peter's,  Improvements  on,  also  re 
contract  between  Department  and  W. 

H.  Weller 108 

St.  Peter's,  Improvements  on,  also  re- 
lating to  contracts,  &c 108o 

Relating  to  personal  expenses  paid  by 
Government  to  Mr.  St.  Amour,  Sup- 
erintendent Soulanges  Canal lOSb 

Census,   1911:— 
Population,    Religions,    Origins,   &c.    . .        B 

Manufactures C 

Civil  Service: — 
Statement  of  affairs  in  connection  with 

Civil  Service  Insurance   Act 41 

2 


3  Geoi^e  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


44 
30 


191d 


153 


129 


Sta'tement  of  superannuation    and    re- 
tiring   allowances   in    Civil    Service.. 

Ciril  Service  List.  1912 

Report   of    Sir   George    Murray  on    or- 

gnn'zatiou   of  in   Canada 57a 

Report  of  Civil   Service  Commission..      31 
■-'o">,    W.    J.,    Report    re    investigation 

into   Govt.   Printing  Bureau 61  (11^) 

Commission  Royal,  Report  of  on  Indus- 
trial Training  and  Technical  Educa- 
tion, ic 

Commission  Royal,  Report  of  inquiry 
into  complaints  re  weighing  of  butter 

and  cheese   in   Montreal,   ic 

Commissioners,  appointment  of  re  study 
of  causes  for  depopulation  of  country 

places,  high  cost  of  living 

Commissioners,  appointed  to  investigate 
complaints  against  United  Shoe  Ma- 
chinery Co 95c 

Commission  Agents,  complaints  for  plac-- 

iug  farm   labourers  in   Ontario 47 

Cummi<sioners     appointed     under      Bpsit 

part  of   Inquiries  Act,   1906 191 

Commissioners  appointed  to  inquire  into 

claims  of  British   Columbia 191a 

Commissioners  appointed  to  inquire  into 

Indian  Lxnds  and  Indian  Afiairs  in  B.C.    1916 
CDramwsiauers  appMnted  to  inquire  into 
Law  re  Pilotage    Districts  of  Montreal 

and  Quebec 191c 

Commission  appointed  to  investigate 
cliarges  of  political  partisanship  in 
Govt.   Printing  Bureau,  with  evidence 

and  Report 61  (Uz) 

Combines  Investigation  Act,  Report  of 
Procetdings  under,  year  ended  March 

31,  1912 36c 

Canada  and  Xewfonndland,  Volume  of 
trade  import  and  export  between  from 
Jan.  1,  1896,  to  Jan.  1,  1913,  also  Trade 
Agreement  between  Newfoundland  and 
We-,t    Indies,    included    with    Canada, 

for  1909,  1910,  1911  and  1912 195 

Canada  and  Newfoundland,  Volume  of 
Trade,  import  and  export,  between, 
from  Jan.  1,  1SD6,  to  Jan.  1,  1913,  &c. 

(Supplementary   Return) I95a 

Cariboo    Island,    Pictou    Co.,    N.S.,    Pa- 
pers in  connection  with  expenditure  at    97 
Cement,  Customs  Tariff  on,   correspond- 
ence betwe^n  Coy's.,  Corporations,  &c., 

to  Nov.  1,  1911 

Cement,  adjustment  of  Duty  on,  and  all 
ogrrespondeuce  with  Ministers  respect- 
ing  

43849— li 


135 


1250 


Census  Enumerators,  Reports  as  to  de- 
lay in  payment  of,  ic 76 

Central  Railway  of  Canada,  Report  made 

by   the  Kri'.way  Department 211 

Chainplain  Market,  Que.,  re  acquisition 
of   by   Trans.   Ry.  Commissioners,   for 

Station,  Terminals,  ic 170 

Chartered   Banks,    List  of  Shareholders 

in,  as  on  Dec.  31,  1911 7 

Cheese,  Butter,  ic.  Report  of  Royal 
Commission  of  inquiry  into  methods 
of  weighing,  payment,  ic,  Montreal.  153b 
City  of  Sydney,  Steamship  InvestigO/- 
tion  into  collision  between  tug  Doug- 
lax  Jl.   Thomas,  and 95e 

Construction  of  road  from  North  Bay 
to  Sturgeon  Falls,  Ont.,  Correspond- 
ence ar.d   Kngineers  Ifeports  re 178 

Conference.  International  Peace,  re  con- 
sideration    of     6rst     Century     of     be- 
tween  U.   S.   and   British   Empire..    .. 
Correspondence,     ic,     by     Conservative 
Candidate,    Gloucester    Co.,    N.B.,    re 

Public  Works  to  date 

Correspondence  re  East  i  of  Sec.  27  in 
Tp.  6,  Range  2.  West  of  third  Meri- 
dian  

CJounty  Court  Judges,  re  request   of  in- 
creased    salary,     and     amendment    to 
Judges   -Act   re   retiring  allowances..  .. 
Customs   Department: — 

Report   of 

Customs    Tariff    of    Canada,    changes 
made  in  by  O.  C,  since  last  Session 

of   Parliament,'  ic 

Criminal  Statistics  for  year  ended  Sept. 

30,   1911 

Crowe,  Colonel,  Commandant  Royal  Mili- 
tary College,  re  retirement,  ic 

S 

Dairy    and    Cold    Storage   Commissioner, 

Report  of  for  year  ending  1912 

Dry    Deck    at   Levis,   Que.,   or   Harbour 

and  Port  of  Quebec,  Que 

Drill   Hall  at  Fernie,  B.C.,  re  contract 

for  erecting  at 

Drill  Hall  at  Fernie,  B.C.,  re  award- 
ing contract  for  erection  of 

Dismissals: — 

IJeturn   re   dismissal  of   John    K.   Mc- 
Donald, Heathei-ton,  Antigonish  Co., 

N.S 

Return  re  Dr.  C.  P.  Bissett,  Physician 
to  Indians  Salmon   Rrver,    N.S..    .. 


229 


187 


126 


173 
11 


73 
17 


15(1 
20t 
197 
197a 

61 
61a 


George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Return   re   dismissal  of  Michael   Mur- 
phy, P.  M.,  at  Pt.  Micheau,  R.  Co., 


N.S. 


Return  re  dismissal  of  David  A.  Mc- 
Leod,  P.  M.,  at  Cleveland,  Rich- 
mond Co.,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Milward, 
P.  M.,  ait  Stormont,  Guysborough  Co. 


N.S. 


Return  re  dismissal  of  Kenneth  F.  Mc- 
.\skill.  P.  M.,  at  Loch  Lomond,  Rich- 
mond Co.,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  W.  W.  Hayden, 
wharfinger  at  Digby,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  W.  B.  Langley, 
Asst.  at  Lobster   Hatchery,  N.S..    .. 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Fred.  E.  Cox, 
Engineer   Lobster   Hatchery 

Return  re  dismis-sal  of  Simon  Hodgson, 
Engineer  Lobster  Hatchery,  Isaacs 
Harbour,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Henry  ffenlow. 
Engineer  Lobster  Hatchery,  Canso, 
Guysborough   Co.,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H.  C.  V.  Le 
Vatte,  Harbour  Master  at  Louisburg, 
C.  B.  South,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Cum- 
miiigs,  Asst.  Lobster  Hatchery, 
Isaacs  Harbour,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  W.  G.  Mat- 
thews, of  Life  Boat  Crew,  Canso, 
G-uysborough  Co.,   N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Joseph  Shean, 
HaT'bouT  Master,  Noj-th  Sydney,  N.S. 

Return  7-e  dismissal  of  G-eo.  H.  Samp- 
son, of  Storm  Signal,  Lower 
L'Ardoise,   Richmond  Co.,   N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Alexis  Vigneau, 
Capt.  Patrol  Boat,  Arichat,  Rich- 
mond Co.,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Emeri  Thivierge 
Fisheries  Inspector,  Cos.  of  Prescott 

and  Russell,  N.S 

Return  re  dismissal  of  all  public  offi- 
cers.  Inland   Revenue   Dept.,   Co.    of 

St.  Jean  Iberville,  Quebec 

Return  re  dismissal  of  J.  Fatten 
Bugeaud,  Bonaventure,  Que.,  A.  B. 
Caldwell,  New  Carlisle,  Quebec.  .. 
Return  re  dismissal  of  Duncan  Mc- 
Arthur,  Annuities  Branch,  while  at- 
tached to  Trade  and  Commerce..  .. 


61b 

61r 

GUI 

61e 
61/ 
6l9 

evi 

61i 
61j 

6i; 

61  »i 
61  n 

61o 

61p 
61  y 
61r 
6U- 
61i 


D 

Return  re  dismissal  of  CUas.  0.  Jones, 
Postmaster,  Bedford,  Co.  of  Missis- 
quoi,  Quebec €lu 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Archd.  Barss, 
Postmaster,  New  Harbour,  Guysbor- 
ough Co.,  N.S Gil' 

Rtturn  re  dismissal  of  Dr.  A.  Allaire 
of  Penitentiary  of  St.  Vincent  de 
Paul 6l!« 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Oscar  Bean- 
champ,  Warden  of  Penitentiary,  St. 
Vincent  de  Paul €lx 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  McDonald, 
f re; gilt  handler,  checker,  I.  C.  Ry., 
Sydney  Mines,  N.S 61y 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Allan  Kinney, 
Linivood,  Antigonish  Co.,  sectiouman, 
I.  C.  Ry 61z 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Chas.  Landry, 
of  Pomket,  Antigonish  Co.,  N.S., 
Srctionmau  I.  C.  Ry 61a« 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Patk.  Decoste, 
Ferry  Stmr.  Scotia,  between  Muil- 
grave   and  Point   Tupper,   N.S..    ..    61b& 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Harry  E.  Mc- 
Donald, Asst.  Engineer,  St.  Peters 
Canal,  Richmond  Co.,  N.S 61cc' 

Reiturn  re  dismi.s.sai  of  Neil  Ross,  s^ec- 
tionman  I.  C.  Ry.,  West  River, 
Piciou,  N.S 61(fd 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Arm- 
strong, Heatherton,  Antigonish  Co., 
N.S.,  Sectionman  I.  C.  Ry 61ee 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Thos.  J.  Gi-ay, 
car  inspector,  I.  C.  Ry.,  Wcstville, 
Pictou  Co.,  N.S 61// 

R  turn  re  dismissal  of  Colin  Macdon- 
ald,  sectiomnaji  I.  C  Ry.,  James 
Uiver,  Anti.^onish  Co.,  N.S 6lsff 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  T.  Gannon, 
car  inspector,  I.  C.  Ry.,  North  Syd- 
ney, N.S miiii 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Huber  Myatte, 
Tracadie,  Antigonish  Co.,  N.  S.,  sec- 
tionman, I.  C.  Ry 61n 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  McDon- 
nell, Afton  Station,  Antigonis'h  Co., 
N.S.,    Sectionman,    I.    C.   ,Ry CI/;' 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Wm.  Landry, 
of  Pomket,  Antigonish  Co.,  N.  S., 
Section  foreman,  I.  C.  Ry 6]fcfc 

Rrturn  re  dismissal  of  D.  J.  McDou- 
gall.  Section  foreman,  I.  C.  Ry., 
Grand  Narrows,   N.  S 6111 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  191.3 


D 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Daniel  A.  Cofley 
and  W.  A.  McNeill,  Lockmen.  St. 
Peter's   Canal,  RicTimond   C).,   yiS.  61mm 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  P. 
M<-agher,  foreman  deckhand  steam- 
iship  Scotia,  Guysborough  Co.,  N. 
S einn 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Gibson, 
ex-P.  M.  of  Alameda,  Sask.,  re  hand- 
ing over  ofiSce  to  K.  Cronk 61oo 

Re'urn  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  C.  E. 
Mller,  from  75th  Regiment 61pp 

R  turn  re  dismissal  of  J.  N.  N. 
Poirier,  Collector  of  Excise,  Victoria- 
ville,  Quebec,  ic 61g</ 

Riturn  re  dismissal  of  Abraham  As- 
tephen.  Interpreter,  Immigration  De- 
partment,   North    Sydney,   N.S..    ..    61rr 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Robt-  Dow,  Im- 
migration Uranch,  Uept.  Interior, 
Ottawa 61ss 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jqhn  Ware,  Im- 
migration Branch,  Dept.  Interior, 
Halifax,  N.S 6i;< 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Richd.  Hickey, 
Immigration  Branch,  Dept.  Interior, 
North  Sydney,  N.S 61uu 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Dr.  J.  W.  Mc- 
Lean, Medical  Examiner,  Immigra- 
tion  Dept.,   North   Sydney,   N.S Qlvv 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  A.  Mc- 
Rea,  Liglitkeeper,  Margaree  Island, 
N.S Glww 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Thos.  Brymer, 
Lightkeeper,  Lower  L'Ardoise,  RTich- 
mond  Co.,  N.S 61a:x 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Dominique 
Uoudrot,  Buoy  contractor.  Petit  de 
Grat,   Richmond  Co.,  N.S 6lyu 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Fredk.  F.  Don- 
I  t.  Lighthouse  keeper,  Caraquet, 
iToucestcr  Co.,  N.B 61z2 

Ritnrn  re  dismissal  of  W.  H.  Henlow, 
K  eper  of  Storm  Drum,  Lijcomb, 
N.S 61aaa 

Keturn  re  dismissal  of  David  Falconer, 
Lightkeeper,  Cariboo  Island,  Pictou, 
N.S 61bbb 

R'  turn  re  dismissal  of  M.  Wilson  Law- 
lor.  Harbour  Commissioner,  North 
Sydney,  N.S Clccc 

Return  re  dismissal  of  P.  J.  McDon- 
ald, Harbour  Commissioner,  North 
Sydney,  N.S Clddd 


Return  re  (Names  of  all  Lightkeepers 
in  Province  of  N.  S.  dismissed  since 
Oct.   11,   1911,  ic eifee 

Return  re  Number  of  dismissals  from 
public  offices,  Dept.  Marine  aad 
Fisheries,   Co.   of   Bonaventure..    ..    61/// 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H.  L.  Tory, 
Fishery  Officer,  Guysborough,  N.S., 
*<= Clgsg 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  W.  Davis, 
Fishery  Officer,  Guyslxjrough,  N.S., 
ic 6\hhh 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Martin 
Bourque,  Lightkeeper,  River  Bour- 
geois, N.S 61iit 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Fredk.  Poirier, 
Buoy  Contractor,  River  Descouse, 
N.S 6]/;7 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Dr.  Geo.  Pin- 
ault.  Medical  Health  Officer,  Indian 
Reserve,  Bonaventure  Co.,  Que..   ..  61kTik 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Fredk.  Veit, 
Depc.  Marine  and  Fisheries,  Co.  of 
Gaspe,  Quebec 61111 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Alfred  Lalonde, 
at  Warehouse,  Govt,  yards,  St. 
Joseph  de  Sorel Clmmm 

Keturn  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Webber, 
Lightkeeper,  Tor   Bay   Point,   N..S..  61jirm 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Baptiste  Des- 
jardius,  Lightkeeper  at  Kamouraska, 
Quebto 6I000 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Angus  Smith, 
Pilot   on   steamer    Earl   Grey 61ppp 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Michael  J. 
Sampson,  Lightkeeper  at  Lower 
L'Ardoise,  N.S 61g9<I 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Wm.  Hackett, 
Harbour  Commissioner,  North  Syd- 
ney, N.S 61  rrr 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Hormisdas  La- 
casse.  Wharfinger,  Govt.  Wharf, 
Wcudover,    Prescott    Co.,    Ont.,   &c..  Glsss 

Return  re  dismissal  of  GeoOrey  Gor- 
man, Coxswain,  Life  Boat  Station, 
Herring  Cove,  Halifax  Co.,  -N.S..   ..    Glttt 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  Geo. 
Wetmore,  Harbour  Master,  Yar- 
mouth, N.S 61uuu 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Stanley  Hen- 
low,  LIghtkpei)er,  Liscomb,  Guys- 
borough,  N.S eitio 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


D 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  H.  C.  V.  Le 
Vatte,  Fishery  Officer,  Louisbourg, 
Cape  Breton,  N.S 61wicw 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Elias  M. 
Boudrot,  Storm  Signal  Keeper,  Petit 
de  Grat,  N.S Gixxx 

Rerurn  re  diismissal  of  A.  B.  Cox,  Su- 
perintendent Reduction  Works, 
Canso,  N.S 6Iyyy 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jeffrey  Crespo, 
SutcoUector  Coistoms,  Harbour  au 
Boiiche.  N.S eizzz 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Thos.  Cameron, 
Preventive  Officer,  at  Andover,  N.B.Clunaa 
'  Return  re  dismissal  of  L.  W.  Pye,  Cus- 
toms   Officer,   Liscomb,    N.S 61bbbb 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Lncien  O.  This- 
dale.  Customs  employee  at  Valley- 
field,   Quebec Glcccc 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Alex.  Mac- 
donald,  Doctor's  Brook,  Sub-collec- 
tor of  Customs Gidddd 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Henry  Cann, 
Customs  Official  and  Preventive  Offi- 
cer,  North    Sydney,    N.S 61eeef 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Chas.  Mennier, 
Customs    Officer,    Marieville,    Que.. ..61//// 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Geo.  H.  Coch- 
rane, Collector  of  Customs,  Moncton, 
N.B.,  &c 61339!/ 

Return  re  dismissal  of  C.  Michand, 
Postmaster  St.  Germain,  Kamour- 
,aska  Co.,  Que 61/i;i;i;i 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Emile  Archam- 
bault,  letter    carrier   at    Montreal..  61iiii 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Norman  Morri- 
son, Postmaster,  Ferguson's  Lake, 
N.S 61;/;/ 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  D.  J.  McKillop, 
Postmaster  at  MoKillop,  N.S GlkkkU 

Return  re  Investigation  recently  held 
at  Ste.  Agathe  P.O.,  County  of  Terre- 
bonne  61"" 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Bertie  Bou- 
drot, Lightkeeper  at  Poulamon, 
Richmond  Co.,  N.S ..Qlmmmm 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Leon  Eivest, 
J.  B.  Lachapelle  and  Louis  Dubois, 
Lightkeepers   at   Repentigny,   QucSlnnnH 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  L.  P.  Carig- 
nan.  Forest  Ranger,  Champlain, 
Quebec 6I0000 


Eetnirn  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  S.  Harvey, 
W.  L.  Kempfter,  J.  Herbert  Sneet- 
man,  J.  B.  LeBlauc,  J.  Nadeau, 
Preventive   officers,   Quebec 61pppp 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Wm.  Marsh, 
Preventive  Officer,  at  Little  Pond, 
Sydney  Mines,   N.S tilqqqq 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Duncan  Mc- 
Donald, Customs  Preventive  Officer, 
Athelstan,  Quebec 61rrrr 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Lemuel  Bent, 
Collector  of  Customs,   Oxford,   N.S.  61ssss 

Return  7'e  dismissal  of  Pascal  Poirier, 
CoHector  of  Customs,  Desconse,  N.S.  Gltttt 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Donald  ,T. 
Hachey.  Collector  of  Customs,  Bath- 
urst,  N.B 61UUUU 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Maher, 
Customs  Department  at  Montreal.  .61ri.'ft> 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Peter  Fougere, 
Preventive  Customs  Officer,  Petit  de 
Grat,  N.S 61u'!ririp 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Grantmyre, 
Preventive  Officer  at  Little  Bras 
D'Or,  N.S 61XXXX 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Employees  on 
Soulanges  Canal,  dismissed  since 
September  21,  1911 G^yyyy 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Andrew  Mel- 
ville,    Locktender,     Cardinal,     Ont.. 6)2222 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Geo.  Short, 
Canal  Bridgetender,  Cardinal,  Ont.61aaaaa 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  N.  Broderick, 
Locktender,   Cardinal,    Ontario 6Ibbbbb 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Thos.  Mc- 
Latchie,  Locktender,  Cardinal,  Ont.61ccccc 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Elgin  Mc- 
Laughlin, Locktender,  Cardinal, 
Ontario Glddddd 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Eobert  Eobert- 
SDU,   Locktender,   Cardinal,   Ont Gleeeee 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Wm.  L.  Glad- 
stone, Locktender,  Caidinal,  On- 
tario   61///// 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Byron  Van 
Camp,  Locktender,  Cardinal,  On- 
tario  6Tggggg 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Samuel  English, 
Canal  Bridgetender,  Cardinal,  On- 
tario  Clhhhhh 

Retrurn  re  dismissal  of  Edwd.  F. -Moran, 
Locktender    at    Cardinal,    Ontario. ...61ijiii 


6 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


D 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Win.  R.  Fou- 
gere,  Frankville,  N.  S.,  Sectionman 
on  I.  C.  Ky 6ljjjij 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Melan- 
son,  .\fton,  N.  S.,  Sectionman  on 
I.e.  Ry GikkkUk 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Ronald  D.  Mc- 
Donald,    Fishery     Overseer,     Broad 

Cove.  N.  s 6i;;/(/ 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  McLean, 
Fiihery  Officer,  Gabarouse,  N.S.Slinmmmm 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  R.  Forbes, 
Fishery  Overseer,  North  Sydney, 
N.  S Glnnnnn 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Sebastien  Sa- 
voie.  Superintendent,  Lobster  Hatch- 
ery,  Shippegan,   N.B 6I00000 

Re  uiu  re  dismissal  of  D.  S.  Hendsbee, 
Weigher.  Reduction  Works,  Canso, 
N.  S Glppppp 

Return  re  dismissal  of  M.  Muce, 
Lightkecper,  Oheticamp  Island,  In- 
verness Co.,   N.    S 61qqqf;-.- 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Dr.  J.  D.  R. 
Williams,  Collector  Canal  Tolls, 
Cardinal,   Ontario Cl/i-m 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  W.Bohan, 
Preventive  Officer  at  Bath,  Carleton 
Co.,  N.  B eisss  : 

Return  re  dismissal  of  J.  V.  Smith, 
Sub-collector  of  Customs,  Woods  Har- 
bour, Shelburne  Co.,  N.S ni/(;.' 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Y.  Flem- 
ing, Customs  Officer  at  Debec,  Car- 
leton Co.,  N.B eiuuuuu 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Matthia«i 
Meagher,  Preventive  Officer  at  Ue- 
bec,  Carleton  Co..   N.   B Clrirvr 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  J.  Gosselin, 
Acting  Preventive  Officer  at  St.  Al- 
bans, Vermont Glwwwvtr 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  W.Bannon, 
Preventive  Customs  Officer,  St. 
.Agnes  de  Dundee,  Hunting'ton  Co.61j-aj-.r.. 

Return  showing  number  of  Postmast- 
ers dismissed  in  Pictou  Co.,  N.S., 
since  1911  and  names  of  Postmaster^ 

siKceeddng  them ^^ytlVVV 

Return   re  dismissal  of  Jas.   Murphy, 

Postmaster    at  Tweed,   Ont ^\zz2!z 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H.  B.  Easton, 
Immigration   Agent,   Prescott,   Ont.6I  ((In 


D 

Return  7-e  dismissal  of  B.  Hughes,  Im- 
migration  Agent,   Prescott,   Ont 61  {6b) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Geo.  Walsh, 
Immigration    Agent,    Prescott,   Ont.61  (6c) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Newton  S.  Dow, 
Immigration  Agent,  McAdam  Junc- 
tion, N.B 61  (fid) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Oliver  Hemp- 
hill, Immigration  Agent,  Debec, 
Carleton  Co.,   N.B 61  (6c) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Martin  John- 
ston, Preventive  Officer  at  Rea  Is- 
lands,   Richmond    (3o.,    N.S 61(6/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  J.  E.  Phaneuf, 
Postmaster  St.  Hugues,  Co.  Bagot, 
Quebec 61  (Cff) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Murdock,  Mc- 
Cutcheon,  Postmaster  at  Sonora, 
Guysborough  Co.,  N.S 61  (fi/i) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Duncan  Gillies, 
Fishery  Overseer  at  Baddeck,  C.B., 
Province  of  N.  S 61  (C/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Antonio  Le- 
duc.  Postmaster  of  St.  Timothee, 
Co.   of  Beauharnois 61  (6;) 

Keturn  re  dismissal  of  Chas.  Arthur 
Bowman,  Engineering  Branch,  Dept. 
Railways    and   Canals 61(<)fc) 

Rt'turn  re  dismissal  of  Elualhan  D. 
Smith,  Fishery  Overseer,  Shag  Har- 
bour, N.S 61  (GO 

Iteturn  re  dismissal  of  Donald  Mc- 
.\ulay,  Lightkeeper,  Baddeck  Bay. 
Capo  Bietou 61(6m) 

Keturn  re  dismissal  of  John  Fred- 
ericks, Lightkecper,  East  Jordan, 
Shelburnc  Co.,  N.S 61  (6ii) 

Keturn  re  dismissal  of  John  Fred- 
ericks, Wharfinger,  East  Jordan, 
Shelburne  Co.,  N.S 61  (60) 

Keturn  re  dismissal  of  John  C.  Mor- 
rison,  Harbour     Master,    Shelburne, 

N.S «1  (^P) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Captain  Rod- 
erick    McDonald,     Tide     Waiter     at 

Big  Bras  D'Or,  N.S 61  (6q) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.   Maloney, 

Customs   Officer,    Dingwall,    N.S.  ...61  (6r) 
Return  re  dismissal  of   Hugh   D.  Mc- 
Eachern,  Customs  Officer,  East  Bay, 

Cape  Breton,  N.  S 61  (Ss) 

Ilelurn  re  dismissal  of  Thos.  H.  Hall, 
Sub-collector  of  Customs,  Sheet  Har- 
l.our,    N.S 61  (60 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Return  re  dismissal  of  J.  A.  McNeil, 
Customs  Officer,  (irand  Narrows, 
N.S 61  (6u) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Geo.  Burcliell, 
Customs  Officer,  Sydney  Mines,  N.S.61  (6c) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  W.  H.  Saver. 
Collector  of  Customs, Cardinal,  Ont.61  (6x) 

Return  re  Uismissal  of  Capt.  Geo. 
Livingstone,  Customs  Officer,  Bia 
Bras   D'Or,   Cape   Breton,   N.S..    ..61  (6x) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H.  Lacasse, 
Postmaster,  Wendover,  ?re«cott  Co., 
Ont 61  (fiy) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Harry  A.  Drigg, 
ro3tma.5ter,   Grassey   Lake,   Alta.    ..61  (Gs) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  H.  Stratton, 
Postmaster,    Peterborough,    Ont 61  (Tn) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Henry  Burrell, 
Postmaster,   Yarmouth,   N.S 61(7{)) 

Return   re  dismissal   of   all  Postmast- 

'ers,  Co.  of  Gloucester,  N.B 61  (7c) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Dr.  Chas.  A. 
Webster,  Port  Physician,  Yarmouth, 
N.  S 61  (7d) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jos.  Lord, Light- 
keeper  at  Pointe  a  la  Mule,  Co.  of 
St.   Jean   and   Iberville,  Que 61  (7e) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Henry  Friolet, 
WharBnger,  Caraquet,  X.B.,  and 
Richd.  Southwood,  Wharfinger,  Bath- 
urst,  N.B 61  (■/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jos.  L.  Robi- 
chaud.  Lighthouse  Keeper,  Miscou, 
Co.  of  Gloucester,  N.B 61  (7g) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  Pope, 
Lightkeeper,  Scatarie,  N.S 61  (7;i) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  W.  W. 
L-wis,  Shipping  Master,  Louisburg, 
N.  S 61(Vi) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Postmasters  Co. 
of  Bonaventure  since  Oct.  11,  1911, 
Those   appointed   to   replace   them.. 61  (7;) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Gceo.  Hines, 
Lightkeeper,    South    Ingouish,    N.S.61  (7fc) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Lightkeepers  in 
Co.   of   Two    Mountains,   by    present 

Govt.,  &c 61  (7i) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Archibald  Mc- 
Donald, Preventive  Officer     at    Mull 

River,  Co.  of  Inverness,  N.S 61  (7m) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Donald  Chis- 
holm.  Preventive  Officer,  Traci>die, 
Co.  of  Autigonish,  N.S 61  (7n) 


D 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Edwd.  C.  Hum- 
phreys, of  Inland  Rev.  Dept.,  of 
Trenton,  N.S.,  and  apiwiutment  of 
successor 61  (7o) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H.  J.  Fixott, 
Port  Physician,  Arichat,  Co.  of  Rich- 
mond, N.S 61  (7p) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  D.  Morin,  Post- 
master of  St.  Pie  de  Bagot,  Co.  of 
Bagot,  Quebec 61  (7(/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Ernest  Paquin, 
Postmaster  of  St.  Cecile  de  Levrard, 
Nicolet  Co.,  Quebec 61  (7r) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  R.  Mc- 
Donald, Indian  Agent  at  Heatherton, 
Co.  of  Autigonish,  N.S ..61  (7s) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Joseph  Day, 
Customs  Officer  at  Little  Bras  D'Or. 
Cape  Breton,  N.S 61  (7() 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Duncan  Mclx-od, 
Appraiser  of  Customs  at  Sherbrooke, 
Quebec 61  (7u) 

Return  re  d'ismissal  of  Edouard  D. 
Chiasso.n,  Sub-collector  of  Customs 
at   Lameque,   Gloucester  Co.,   N.B..61  (7r) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Geo.  F.  Briggs, 
Customs  Officer,  McAdam  Junction, 
N.B 61  (71*) 

Rebivn  re  dismissal  of  Wm.  A.  Duan, 
Lightkeeper    at    Green   Island,    N.S.61(7a;) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Thos.  Cameron, 
Preventive  Officer  at  Andover,  N.B.61  (7y) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jos.  McDonald, 
Customs  Officer  at  Sydney,  C.B., 
N.S 61  ('z) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Angus  McGilli- 
vray.  Customs  Officer,  Glace  Bay, 
South  Cape  Breton,  N.S 61  (8a) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Roderick  Bain, 
Boatman,  New  Campbellton,  Victoria 
Co.,  N.S 61  (8b) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  W.  A.  Scott, 
Lockmaster    at    Cardinal,    Ont..     ..61  (8c) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Bert  Johnson, 
Lockman   at  Nicholson,   Ont 61   (Sd) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Merri- 
fieid,  Lockmaster,  Burritts  Rapids, 
Ont 61  (8e) 

Return  re  disonissal  of  Neil  Cum- 
mings,    Lockmaster,    Cardinal,    Ont.61  (S/) 

Return  re  dismi.ssal  of  Francois 
Chagnon,  Lockkeeper  at  St.  Jean, 
Co.  of  St.  Jean  and   Iberville 61(8s) 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Return  re  <iismis«al  of  Neil  ■MoXcil, 
Bridgetender  I.  C.  Ey.,  Grand  Nar- 
rows, N.  S 61  (Sh) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Arclid.  Mc- 
Kenzie,  Sectionman,  I.  C.  Ry.,  Grand 

Narrows,  N.S 61(80 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Fraser, 
Bridgetend«r  I.  C.  Ey.,  G.rand  Nar- 
rows, N.S CI  (8j) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Demetrius 
Crozier,        Loekman,        Merrickville, 

Out 61  (8fc) 

Return   re  disjiiiiisal  of   Patk.   Oussuk, 

Loekman,    Merrickville,    Ont 61(80 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jos.  H.Webster, 

Loekman,    Nicholson,    Out 61  (8m) 

Return    re  dismissal   of   Cyiras   O'Neil, 

lyockuian,    Nicholson,    Ont 61  (8n) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Michael  Laugh- 
tin,      Bridgeman,    Burritts      Rapids, 

Out 61  (8o) 

Return   re   dismissal  of   John   McKay, 

Bridgeman,  Becketts,  Ont 61  (8p) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Edwd.  Proc- 
tor,     Loekman,     Burritts      Rapids, 

Ontario 61  (8(j) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Wm.  Morrison, 

Loekman,    Burrit'ts    Eapids,    Ont... 61  (8i-) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  Adam   Hender- 
son, Bridgemaster,  Cardinal,  Ont...61(8«) 
Return    re    dismissal    of    Jas.    l'"eehan. 
Fishery  Guardian   at  Tracadie  Har. 

and   Savage  Harbour,   P.E.I 61  (8i) 

Returii  re  dismissal  of  John  C.  Mc- 
Neil,   Lightkeeper,    Grand    Narrows, 

N.S 61  (8u) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  A.  Chisholm, 
Fishery  Overseer  at  Margaree  Forks, 

Inverness  Co.,  N.S 61  (8ti) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Chas.  E.  Au- 
coin.  Collector  of  Customs  at  Cheti- 

oamp,  N.S 61  (8u>) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Chas.  L.  Gass, 
Postmaster    at    Bajifield,    Antigonish 

Co.,  N.S 61  (8x) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Cyprien  Martin, 
of  Customs   Dept.,  St.   Basile,   Ma<la- 

waska  Co.,  N.B 61(8;/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Angus  A.  Boyd, 
Postmaster,  Boyd's  P.O.,  Antigonish 

Co.,   N.S 61  (8j) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  B.  Mac- 
donald.  Postmaster  at  Glasburn,  An- 
tigouitih  Co.,  N.S 61  (9(il 


D 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Alex.  G.  Chis- 
holm, Postmaster  at  Ohio,  N.S..   ..61  (9f») 
Retuin  re  dismissal  of  John  J.  McLean, 

Postmaster.    Cross  Roads,    N.S..    ..61  (9c) 
Return   re  dismissal  of     Dugald     Mc- 
Donald, Postmaster,  Doctor's  Brook, 

N.S 61  (9d) 

Return   re    dismissal   of   Dan.  A.   Mc- 

luiies.  Postmaster,  Georgeville,  N.S.61  (9e) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  E.  A.  Asker,  Har- 
bour   Master.    Campbelltou.   N.B 61(9/)' 

Return   re  dismissal    of    Wm.     .Sliiiltz, 
Caretaker   of    the  Armouries,    Kent- 

ville,   N.S 61  (9g) 

Return   re   dismissal   of  Dr.   Freeman 
O'Neil,     of     the     Marine      Hospital, 

Louisburg,  iN.S 61  (9/i) 

Return   re  dismissal  of  Leon   N.   Poi- 

rier.    Wharfinger   at,  Descouse,   N.S.61  (90 
Return    re    dismissal    of    Norman    L. 
Trefry,  .   Shipping     Master,     Trefry, 

N-S ^ 61  (9j) 

Return'  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Amer- 
eault,   Lightkeeper,   New    Edinburgh, 

N.S... 61  (9t) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H.  B.  Mauley, 
Dominion    Lands    Office,    Saskatoon, 

Sask 61  (90 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Spicer, 
Senior     Assistant,     Moosojaw     Land 

■igeuoy 61  Om) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Robt.  Pragnall, 
Agent  Dominion    Land    Office,    Swift 

Current 61  (9;0 

(Return  re  dismissal  of  G.   M.   Uilyott, 

Dominion.  Laud   Office,   Saskatoon.  .61  (9o) 
Return    re    dismissals    in     Riding    of 

Saskatoon,  to  date,  &c 61  (9p) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  J.  N.  Poirier, 
Collector     of     Excise,     Victoriavaie, 

Arthabaska.  Que gi  (gq) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  G.  Mor- 
rison, Fishery  Inspector,  English- 
town,  N.S 61  (9r) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Edwd.  Landry, 

Lightkeeper,    Petit    de    Grat,   N.S..61  (9s) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  Evariste  Talbot, 

General  Freight  Office,   I.  C.   Ry 61  (90 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Philip  H.  Ryan, 

I.  C.  Ry.,   Mulgrave,  N.S 61  (9u) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Postmasters 
and  other  P.  0.  employees  in  Do- 
minion, from  July  I,  1896,  to  Oct. 
1911,  and  from  1911  to  date.  Also 
number  of  post  offices  in  operation 
in   each    Province   to   J-uly    1,    1896.  .61  (9i;) 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Return  re  dismissal  of  Dr.  Clarence 
T  Campbell,  P.  0.  Inspector,  Lon- 
don, Out 61(9"') 

R«turn  re  number  of  Postmasters  dis- 
missed    in     Missisq^ioi,     since     Oct., 

1911 «  (S-"^) 

Return  regardilig  changes  in  Post 
Offices,  or  Poetmasterships,  in  Bona- 
venture  Co.,  between  Dec.  5,  1912,  to 

date «l(9y) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  S.  A.  Jolinson, 

Postmaster   at  Petite   Riviere,   N.S.61  (9.') 
Return  re   dismissal   of   Murdock    Mc- 
Kenzie,    Postmaster,    Millville,    Bou- 

Urdarie,  N.S «  (10a) 

Return   re   dismissal  of  Jas.    Stewart, 

Postmaster,  Middleton,  N.S 61(10f)) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Lauchlin  Mc- 
Neil       Postmaster,      Kew       France, 

j^  g 61  (lOf) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Frank  Dunlo-p, 

Postmaster  Groves  Point,  N.S..    ..61(10d) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  W.  Salsman, 
Postmaster,      Middle   Country      Har- 

■  bour,  N.S •■«1  (">'■) 

R,eturn  re  dismissal  of  Richd.  Conroy, 

Postmaster,    Cross    Boads,    N.S. ..  .61  (10/) 
Return    re    dismissal    of    Abner    Carr, 
Postmaster,    St.     Francis     Harbour, 

jjS <'l  ('^y> 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Parker  Sangs- 
ter.  Postmaster,  Upper  New  Har- 
bour, N.S «1<1»'" 

Eeturn   re  dismissal  of  Alex.   Marion, 

Postmaster,   Rockland,   Out 61  (lOi) 

Return  Relating  to  charges  of  offen- 
sive partisanship  against  Postmasters 

in  Co.  of  Russell 61  (l»j) 

Return  re  dismi^al  of  Mathew  Bou- 
■tilier      iPostmaster     at     Mushaboom, 

jjS Gl  (lOfc) 

Return  re  Names  of  Postmasters  dis- 
missed in  Co.  of  Joliette  from  1896, 

to  Sept.  1911.  &c 61(10/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  T.  Doane  Cro- 
well.    Postmaster   at   Shag   Harbour, 

N.S 61  (10m) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Postmasters 
in  Co.  of  Vaudreuil,  dates  of  ap- 
pointment, &c 61  (lOn) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Mrs.  Spinney, 
Poetmistress,  at  Upper  Port  La 
Tour,  N.S 61  (lOo) 


D 

Return  re  Number  of  Postmasters  dis- 
missed in   Rimouski  Co.,  since  Sept. 

21,  1911,  &c 61  (lOp) 

Return  re  Number  of  pnblic  officials 
dismissed  in  Co.  of  Wright  to  Dec. 

19,  1912,  &c 61  (lOg) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  R.  Mc- 
Lennan,    Janitor  Public    Buildings, 

at  Inverness  Town,  N.  S 61  (lOr) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Arbuckle, 
Caretaker   Public  Buildings,   Pictou, 

N.S 01  (10.0 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Mary  Dunlop, 
Telegraph  Operator  at  (iroves  Point, 

N.S 61  (lOO 

Return  re  dismissal  of  foremen  on 
public  works  in  Co.  of  Gloucester, 
N.B.,  from  Sei*t.  21,  1911,  to  date.. 61  (lOu) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  Lyons  of 
Dredge  Northumberland,  and  ap- 
pointment  of    successor 61  (lOr) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  McCartin, 
Concrete   Inspector   on    the    '  Plaza,' 

City  of  Ottawa 61  (lOir) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Robt.  C.  Mor- 
rison,    Postmaster     at     St.     Peters, 

N.S 61(10i) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Richd.  Dugas, 
Storm    Signal    Attendant    at    Alder 

Point,  N.S 61  (lOtf) 

Return  re  Names  of  all  officials  of 
Dept.  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  Co. 
of  PictoTi,  N.S.,  who  have  been  dis- 
missed  61  (lOz) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Wm.  L.  Munro, 

Lightkeeper    at    Whitehead,    N.S..61(lla) 
Return   re   dismissal   of   Alex.    R.   Mc- 
Adam,   Fishery    Officer   for    Antigon- 

ish  Co.,  N.S 61  (lib) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Stephen  C. 
Richard,     Lightkeeper     at     Charlos 

Cove,  N.S 61  (lie) 

Rt'luru  re  Names,  &c.,  of  all  persons 
in  each  Dept.,  inside  and  outside 
service,  from  Oct.  10,  1911,  &c.,  dis- 
missed  from   office 61  (lid) 

Return  Relating  to  Public  Officers 
dismissed   in   District  of  Lotbiniere, 

by  present  Govt 61  (lie) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Miss  Gertie 
Lewis,  Postmistress  at  Main  k 
Dieu,   Cape   Breton  South,    N.S. ...61  (11/) 


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Aljihabetieal  IntleS  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Return  re  dismissal  of  John  Taylor 
late  Postmaster  at  Caruduff,  Sask., 
&c 61  (llff) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Frederick  Mit- 
chell, Postmaster  at  Dominion, 
^T.S 61  (Uh) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Thos.  J.  Sears, 
Postmaster    at  Lochaber,    N.S..     ..61  (Hi) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Postmaster  at 
.41sask,  Saskatchewan 61(11;) 

Return  re  dismissal  or  appointment  of 
Fishery  Guardians,  ic,  Co.  of  Guys- 
borough,   N.S 61  (llfc) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  R.  Mor- 
rison, Postmaster  at  Oban,  Rich- 
mond Co..  N.S 61(110 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.G.  McDonald, 
Postmaster  at  North  East  Margaree, 
N.S 61  (11m) 

Return  re  Number  of  dismissals  from 
Constituency  of  Qu'Appelle,  by  pre- 
sent  Govt,   to   Dec.   5.   1912 61  (lln) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  David  Reid, 
Fishery  Officer,  Port  Hilford,  N.S.61  (llo) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Robert  Mus- 
grave,.  Postmaster  at  North  Syd- 
ney, N.S 61  (lip) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  D.  Archi- 
bald,   Postmaster,    Glenelg,    N.S..61(llq) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Leon  N.  Poi- 
rier.    Postmaster,    Descouse,    N.S..61(llr) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Norman  .Mc- 
Askill,  Postmaster,  Framboise,  N.S.61  (lis; 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  T.  Doucet, 
Postmaster  and  Collector  of  Cus- 
toms,  Salmon    River,    N.S 61  (IK) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Mrs.  Annie 
Gallivan,  Postmistress,  Whitney 
Pier,  N.S 61  (llu) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  W.  J.  Paquet, 
Postmaster    at    Souris,    P.    E.    I...61(ll!-) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Postmaster  at 
St.    Anaclet,   Rimouski   (>).,  Que.  .61  (llir) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  George  Gunn, 
Postmaster  at  French  Village,  P. 
E.  Island 61(IIi) 

Return  re  number  of  dismissals 
from  public  offices  riding  of  Mac- 
kenzie, Sask 61  (III/) 

Return  re  W.  J.  Code,  C!ommissioner 
in      re      all      charges      investigated 

by,  also  Report  of  i-ame 6!  ' '   ■ 

11 


D 

Return  re  dismissal  of  D  F.  McLean, 
Fishery   Overseer,  Port  Hood,  N.S.61  (12a) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  J.  Scott  Nelson, 
Postmaster  at  Louisdale,   N.S..    ..61  (12b) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jos.  McMullen, 
from   Post  Office,   Bridgeport,   N.S.61  (12c) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Fredk.  A.  Mar- 
tell,  Postmaster  at  L'Ardoise,  N.S.61  (12d) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  A.  Mac- 
donald.  Postmaster  at  McArras 
Brook,  N.S 61  (12c) 

Return  re  Correspondence,  ic,  re  dis- 
missal of  all  officials  from  each  D«pt. 
inside  and  out>ide  service,  since  Oct. 
last  past ei  (]2/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Edwd.  Doucet, 
Sub-collector  of  Customs,  Digby, 
^"■S 61(12g) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Mr.  Le  Blanc, 
Sub-coUector  of  Customs,  Church 
Point,   N.S 61  (12h) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  C.  Bonr- 
inot.  Chief  Customs  Officer,  Port 
Hawkesbury,    N.S 61  (12t) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Alex.  E.  Mor- 
rison, Point  Tupper,  N.S.,  from  ser- 
vice  of    I.    C.    Ry 61(12;) 

Return  re  Documents,  Ac,  received 
from  Canadian  Brotherhood  of  Rail- 
way Employees  by  Departments  of 
Labour  and  Railways  and  Canals  re- 
lating to  dismissals  of  employees, 
•^'C gi  (i2fc) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Falconer, 
of  Newca.sUe,  N.B.,  Correspondent 
of  The  Labour  Gazette 61   (12/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  B.  Chis- 
holm,    Lightkeeper,    Port    Hastings, 

^•^ 61  (12m) 

Return  re  dismissai  of  Epiphane  Na- 
deau.  Immigration  Agent  at  St. 
Leonard,  N.B 61  (12n) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  D.  J.  Morri- 
son, Boatman,  Customs  Service,  Big 
Bras  D'Or,  N.S 61  (12o) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Rod.  McLeod, 
Boatman,  Customs  Service,  Big  Bras 
D'Or.  N.S 6](12p) 

Return   re  dismissal   of  D.   McLachlin, 

Postmaster, Marble  Mountain,    N.S.6]  (12ij) 
Upturn     re    dismissal     of     Abram     I,?- 
Blanc,  '  Postmaster,     West     Arichat, 
^•S 61  (]2r) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Charles  K. 
Laffr^rd,  Grand  Cove,  Richmond  Co., 
N.S 61  (12s) 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to-  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  W.  S.  Law- 
rence, Postmaster,  Margrave  Har- 
bour, N.S 61(12f) 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  John  K.  Mc- 
Donald,    Postmaster     at     Whycoco- 

magh,  N.S 61(12u) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  P.  J- 
Wilcox,  Customs  Officer  at  Louis- 
burg,  N.S.. 61  (12t)) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  M.  J.  McKeu- 
non.     Customs     Offic-er,   Glace    Bay, 

N.S 61  (12ic) 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  John 
Arsenault,  Telegraph  Line  repairer, 

Ald«r   Point,   N.S... 61(12j) 

E«turn  re  dissmissal  of  Mrs.  John 
Arsenault.  Telegraph  Operator,  Al- 
der Point,  N.S 61  (12y) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  A.  J.  Wilkin- 
son,   Mulgrave,    N.S '.     ..61(122) 

Eeturn  re  Charges  made  against  Mr. 
H.    A.    Bayfield,    Superintendent    of 

Dredging,   British   Columbia 61  (13a) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H.  G.  McKay, 

Lightket'per    at    Bird    Island,    N.S.Cl  (13b) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  Michael  O'Brien 

Lightkeoper  at  Bear  Island,  N.S.  ..61  (13e) 
Return   re   dismissal  of   J.   H.   Leduc, 
Mtdical  Port  Officer  at  Three  Rivers, 

Quebec 61  (13d) 

Return    re    dismissal    of    Patk.    Shea, 

Postmaster,    Tompkinsville,    N.S. ..61  (13c) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  Elias  Rawding, 

Postmaster,     Clemeutsport,     N.S. .  .61  (13/) 
Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Chas.  McLean, 

Postmaster,   Strathlorne,   N.S 61  (13g) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Angus  R.  Mc- 
Donald,   Postmaster    at    Broad   Cove 

Chapel.  N.S 61  (13h) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  John  McPhail, 

Postmaster   at  Scolsville,  N.S 61  (13i) 

Return  re  Conduct  of  J.  Morgan, 
late    Postmaster.    Village    of     Ailsa 

Craig,   Ontario 61  (13j) 

Return   re  dismissal   of  Roderick   Mc- 
Lean, Postmaster  at  Kenlock.  N.S.61  (13/c) 
Return    re   dismissal   of    Allan    Gillis, 
Postmaster  at  Gillisdale,  South  West 

Margaree,  N.S ..61(13/) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  David  Shaw, 
Postmaster  at  Marsh  Brook,  North 
East   Margaree,  N.S 61(13»i) 


D 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Helen  Joubert, 

Postmistress    at    Sayabec,    Que 61  (13n) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  D.  A.  Redmond, 

Postmaster    at    Brinston,    Ont..    ..61  (13o) 
Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Dan  McEachern 
Postmaster     at     McEachern's     Mills, 

N.S 61  (13p) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Daniel  Dunlop, 
Postmaster     at     New     Campbellton. 

N.S 61  (18a) 

Return  re  dismissal  of     .Arthur     Arm- 
strong,   Postmaster,   Greenfield,   Car- 

leton  Co..   N.B 61  (13r) 

Return   re   dismissal  of   Ale.^.    Mathe- 
son.  Postmaster,  Boular-darie  Centre, 

N.S 61  (13,t) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Arthur  Talbot, 

Postmaster,    Robertsville,    Quebec.  .61  (13f) 
Return  re  dismissal  of  N.   0.   Lyster, 

Postmaster  at  Uoydmiiister,  Sask.61  (13h) 
Return    re   dismissal   of   Mrs.   Maggie 
Cameron,    Postmistress,     Achosnach, 

N.S 61  (13r) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  David  Fraser, 
Postmaster  at  North  East  Margaree, 

N.S 61  (13u;) 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  W.  Staylcy  Por- 
ter.  Postmaster,   Port  Maitland.    N. 

S 61  (13j) 

Eeturn  re  dismissal  of  Alex.  McQueen. 

Postmaster.   Kowetoke.  N.S 61  (13j;) 

Return   re   County    of    Berthier,    num- 
ber   uf   employees   dismissed   in,    &c., 

since  Sept.  21,  1911 61  (13z) 

Return  re   dismissal  of   Jesse   L.    Mor- 
ton,    Postmaster    at    Lower    Argyle. 

N.S 61  (Hn) 

Return    re    dismissal    of   .Mrs.    M.    C. 
Gaudet;   Postmistress  at   West   Pub- 

nico.  N.S 61  (146) 

Return   re  dismissal  of   John   P.   Mac- 
Kinnon.   Section    Foreman   on    I.    C. 

Ry.,   at   Shubenacadie,  N.S 61  (Uc) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Mary  A.  Bohan. 
Postmistress,     Bath,     Carleton     Co., 

N.B 61  (lid) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Edwd.  Laiferty, 
Postmaster  at    Beuton,   Carleton  Co., 

N.B 61  (He) 

Return  re  dismissal  of   Denis  McGaf- 
figan.    Postmaster    at    Florenceville,  " 
Carleton  Co.,  N.B 61  (14/) 


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3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  ludex  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Return  re  Documents  re  changes  made 
or  asked  for  in  Dept.  Marine  and 
Fisheries,  Bonaventure  Co.,  Dec.  5, 
1912,  to  date 61  (14g) 

lietnrn  re  dismissal  of  J.  \.  ifcKenzie, 
Postmaster  at  .\shfield,  Inverness 
Co.,   N.S 61  {Uh) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Jas.  Botrles, 
Postmaster   at   Alder   River,   X.S..61(Hi) 

Return   re   dismissal'  of   Mr.   Edmund 
Lacroix,    Postmaster,    Parish   of    St.     . 
Joseph  du  Lac,  C^>.  Two  Mountains, 
Quebec 61(14/) 

Return  re  Lighthouse  Keeper,  Parish 
of  Repentigny,  Co.  of  L'Assomptnon, 
Quebec CI  (14fc) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  B.  C.  Kanock, 
late  Shipping  Master  at  Lunenburg, 
N.S 61(140 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Ulric  Thibau- 
deau.  Agent  for  Pilots  at  Quebec.. 61  (14ni) 

Return  re  Names  of  all  officials  of 
Marine  and  Fisheries  Dept.  in  Pic- 
tou  Co.,  N.S.,  dismissed,  and  appt. 
of  successors 61  (14n) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Capt.  Freeman 
Myers,  Postmaster  at  Cole  Harbour,   ' 
N.S 61  (140) 

Return  re  Public  Officers  removed  by 
present  Govt,  in  Dist.  of  St.  .Tames, 
Montreal,   Quebec 61  (14p) 

Return  re  .411  employees  of  Govt,  in 
Edmonton  dismissed  between  Oct.  10, 
1911,  and  Nov.  21,  1912,  salary  paid, 
ic 61  (Uq) 

Return  re  All  officials  in  Dist.  of  Sun- 
bury  and  Queens,  dismissed  since 
Sepf.  1911;  also  re  appointment  of 
successors 61  (14r) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Levi  Munroe, 
Harbour  Master,  White  Head,  X.S.Gl  (14.'!) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Stanford  Lang- 
ley,  Postmaster  at  Isaacs  Harbour 
North,  N.S 61(140 

Return  re  dismissal  of  H-ugh  R.  Mc- 
Adam,  Postmastei'  at  Arisaig,  N.S., 
appointment    of   successor 61  (14u) 

Return  re  dismi&saJ  of  J.  J.  McNeil, 
at   Grants  Lake,    N.S.,   4c 61  (14c) 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Alex.  Mc- 
liiiiis.  Car  Inspector  I.  C.  Ry.  at 
Mulgrave,  N.   S.,  &o 61  (\hi) 


D 

Return  re  dismissal  of  Archd.  Mc- 
Donald, Bridge  Tender  on  I.  C.  Ry., 
at  Grand  Narrow.?.  loua,  N.S..61  (14x) 
Return  re  Names  of  all  Officials  dis- 
missed Ln  Shelburne  aii-d  Queens, 
X.S.,  from  Dec.  1S96 61  (liy) 

Dea,  Edmund,  Investigation  into  conduct 
of  as  Overseer  of  Lobster  Hatchery 
at  Poi-t  Daniel,  Que 9bi 

Demarcation  of  meridian,  141st  Degree  of 
West  Longitude,  Return  re 91 

Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act 49 

Des  Prairies  River,  dredging  of,  work 
performed,   men   employed,   &c 135b 

Digby,  N.S.,'  Documents  re  purchase  of 
land  for   wharf  at 203d 

Dominion  X/ands,  disposition  of  between 
April  S,   1905,  and  1911 52c 

Dominion  Lands  Act,  Chap.  20,  Statutes 
<f   Canada,  Sec.   77  of 52 

Dominion  Lands  Survey  Act,  Chap.  21, 
7-8  Edwd.  VII.,  0.  C.  re ,..   ..      52a 

Dominion  Lands  within  40  mile  Rail- 
way Belt  Prov.  of  B.C.,  Orders  'in 
Council  re 52b 

Dominion  Police  Force,  Report  of  Com- 
missioner, re  number  of  men  employed 
on 79 

Dominion  Rifle  Range  in  Co.  of  Carle- 
ton,  date  of  purchase,  and  from  whom.    123 

Donaldson,  Arthur,  re  Homestead  entry 
on  X.  i  S.  W.  i  Sec.  8,  Tp.  49,  R.  26, 
W.  of  2nd  Meridian,   Sask 147a 

Donaldson,  Arthur,  Correspondence  re 
patent  for  laud  in  Tp.  49,  Range  26, 
West  of  2nd  Meridian 147 

Dredging  Contracts,  how  many  let  by 
Dept.   Public   Works,  during  1911-1912.    135 

Dredging  made  in  Harbour  of  Bathurst, 
X.B..    by    Dredge    Restiyovche .133b 

'iredsin:,'  of  Des  Prairies  River,  Works 
performed,    men   employed,   &c 13ob 

Dredging  at  Ste.  Anne  de  Restigouche 
and  Cross  Point,  Bonaventure  Co., 
Quebec jsja 

Oved-.?ing,  .i-mt.  of  done  by  Govt,  in  P. 
E.  I.,  season  of  1912,  ic ]35d 

Duchemin,  Commissioner,  re  salary  of, 
pers-mal  expenses,  expenses  for  wit- 
nesses' fees,  re  investigations  in  An- 
tigonish  Co.,  N.S 175 

Ducliemin,  Ck)ramis«ioner,  Date  of  ap- 
pointment of,  gro«s  amt.  paid  to,  arat. 
f<ir  travelling  expenses,  witness  fees, 
iic 175a 


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V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


E 

Earl   Grey,  D.G.   Str.,  strike  of  firemen, 

and  others  employed  on.   1912-1913 11+ 

F.aii  Grey,  D.G.  Str.,  Investigation  into 
causes  of  stranding  of  at  Toney  Eiver, 
N.S 95d 

East  half  of  section  27  in  Township  6, 
Range  2,   West  of  third  Meridian..    ..     126 

Eastern  Provinces,  Return  re  cause  for 
depopulation  of  country  places,  and 
high  cost  of  living 129 

Eastern  Canada  Power  Co.,  re  applica- 
tion to  raise  head  of  river  near  Coteau, 
Cedars,  &c 180 

Edmonton,  Constituency  of,  appoint- 
ments by  Dom.  Govt,  in,  from  Oct. 
10,   1911,   to   date ^2i 

Electric  Lighting  of  Govt.  Buildings, 
&c.,  at  Ottawa,  re  name  of  Company 
holding  contract  for,  &c 206 

Election,  Twelfth  General,  Report  of  the      18 

Elections,  By,  for  House  of  Commons 
for  year  1912 18a 

Employees  in  different  Depts.  at  Ottawa, 
and  nine  Provinces  and  Territories, 
who  have  left  employment  since  Oct. 
1911  to  Jan.  10,  1913 119 

Employees  in  different  Depts.  at  Ottawa, 
and  nine  Provinces  and  Territories, 
who  have  left  employment  since  Oct. 
1911  to  Jan.  10,  1913   (Supplementary)    119(t 

Engineer,  District,  in  Bonaventure  Co., 
Quebec,  Report  of I'S 

Express  statistics 2Up 

Experimental  Farms,  Report  of  Director 
of 1« 

Experijmental  Farm  O/t  Sle.  Anne,  ap- 
pointment of  Mr.  J.  Begin  as  Man- 
ager  of 72e 

External  Affairs 29u 

Estimates : — 
Estimates   of    sums    required    for    Do- 
minion   for    year    ending   March    31, 

1913 3 

Estimates,   Supplementary,     for     year 

ending  March   31,   1913 4 

Estimates,    Supplementary     for     year 
ending  March  31.  1911 5 


False     Cove 
Lease  of.. 


Flats,     Vancouver,     B.C., 


115 


Farm  Labourers  in  Ontario,  Com- 
plaints against   Agents  for   placing  in, 

during  year  1910-1911 47 

Karmei-s  Bank,  re  correspondence  re- 
lating to  action  by  Govt,  regarding 
relief  of  shaireholders,  depositors, 
&c 153 

Farmers  Bank,  Report  of  Sir  Wm. 
TVIeredith,  Commissioner,  into  aiU  mat- 
ters  connected  with,   &c 153a 

Fenian  Invasion,  re  Petitifm  of  Firmin 
Thibault,  for   indemnity 122 

Female  Labour,  Documents  re  Revised 
Statutes  of  Sask.,  Chap.  17,  regarding 
same l*"" 

Fernie,  B.C.,  re  awarding  of  contract 
for  construction  of  a  drill   hall,   at..     197 

Fernie,  B.C.,  Documents,  &c.,  re  award- 
ing contract  for,  also  copies  of  all 
tenders '97n 

Fish  Warden,  Baker  Lake,  Madawaska 
Co.,  N.B.,  claims  of  present HI 

Field  Battery  No.  10,  Claims  compen- 
sation by  owners  of  horses  attached 
to,    in   summer   of  1912,   &c 202 

Florence  Mining  Co.,  Copy  of  Report 
of    Minister    of    Justice    in    re 142 

Franking  Privileges,  used  by  Provinces 
of  Dominion,   for   Statistics 217 

Forest  Reserves  and  Parks  -\ct.  Sec.  19. 
Chap.  10,  1-2  Geo.  V.,  Orders  in 
Council  re ■■      56a 

Forest  Reserves,  North  side  of  Saskat- 
chewan opposite  city  of  Prince  Albert, 
re  the  setting  apart  of 192 

Freight  Tariffs,  different,  in  force  on 
Ry.  lines  from  Metapedia,  N.B.,  Copy 
of..   .. 105 

Freight    Tariffs,    different,   in    force    on 

Freight  Tariffs,  different.  In  force 
on  Ry.  lines  froin  Sunnybrae,  N.S., 
&c 105a 

G 

Grand   Trunk    Pacific   Ry.: — 
Documents   relating   to   Labour   condi- 
tions on,  between  Tete  Xaune  Cache, 
and  Fort  George -..     166 

Geological  Survey  Branch,  Dept.  of 
Mines,  Report  of 26 

Geographic  Board,  Report  of  for  year 
ending   June   .30,   1912. 

Gilfin,  Chas.  G.,  Isaac's  Harbour,  N.S., 
cancellation  of  contract  with,  re  Lob- 
ster Hatchery 156 


14 


Oeorge  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


G 

1  .vcrnor  General's  Warrants  (State- 
ment of) ^3 

\nd  Dtang,  Documents  in  Dept.  Public 
Works,  re  harbour  improvements  at.  203/ 
ind  Etang,  Docnments  in  Dept.  Pub- 
lic Works  re  liarbonr  improvements  at  203/ 
bee,  St.  John,  N.B.,  and  Halifax,  dur- 
ing twelve  months  preceding  31st  of 
Dec.  1912,  showing  domestic  and 
foreign 151 

Grosse  Isle,  Quarantine  Station,  ap- 
pointment of  addition-!   physician  at.      72 

Grosse  Isle,  Quarantine  Station,  ap- 
pointment of  Physician  at 72/ 

Guardian  Life  Insurance  Co.  re  trans- 
fer of,  from  Dept.  at  Ottawa  to  Ins. 
Dept.  Toronto 188 

Gunshed  or  Store  House  for  equipment 
of  18th  Field  Battery  of  Artillery.  An- 
tigonish,  N.S 196 

H 

Harkaway  Post  Office,  regarding  closing 
of,  and  ohanee  of  mail  service 1.58/ 

Hatfield,  Chas.  W.,  Fishery  Officer  on 
Tuskett  Eiver,  X.S.,  appointment  of..      72h 

Homestead  Inspectors  Rathwell  and 
Erratt,  re  work  done  by  in  Moosejaw 
Land  district 218 

Hoanceitead  Inspectors  Brandt,  Balfour, 
Ouelette  and  .Sipee,  on  work,  in  Regina 
Land  district 218a 

Homestead  Inspectors  Brandt,  Ba/Ifour, 
Ouelette  and  Sipes,  expenses  of  in 
months  of   June   and   July,    1912..    ..     218b 

Homestead  Inspector  Miller,  of  Moose- 
jaw  Land  district,  expenses  of  in 
month   of   July,   1912,   &c 218c 

Homestead  Inspectors  Shields  and  Mc- 
Laren, work  performed  'by  in  Swift 
Current    Dist 218d 

Homestead  Inspectors  Shields,  McLaren, 
Errabt  and  Rathwell,  expenses  in  June 
and  July,  1912 218e 

Hudson  Bay  Co.'s  Survey,  patent  relat- 
ing bo  Lot  No.  21.7  in  Parisi  of  St. 
John,  Winnipeg 201 

Hudson  Bay  Ry.,  Land  withdrawTi  from 
settlement  along  line  of,  4c 232 

Hudson  Bay  Ry.,  Pureha.se  of  land  at 
Le  Pas  for  terminals  of 233 


I 
Indian   Lands : — 

Sale  of  alleged  Indian  lands  at  Nyanza. 
N^.,  ic 165 

Re  lands  sold  by  Cote's  Baaid  of  In- 
dians, also   letters,  ic,  addressed  to 

Supt.  GenJ.  of  Indian  Affairs 165n 

Insurance,  Report  of  Snpt.  of.  for  year 

ended  1912 g 

Intercolonial   Railway : — 

Correspondence  re  supply  of  castings, 
and  purchase  of  scrap  iron 83 

Names  of  employees  on  dining  cars 
of,   and   nature  of  employment..    ..      8.3.1 

Relating  to  a  strike  of  temi>orary  em- 
ployees on,  at  Halifax,   N.S 8.3/) 

Respecting  an  inquiry  concerning  an 
accident  on,   at   St.   Andre,   Que. ...      8.}c 

Inquiry  and  copy  of  evidence  taken  by 
Superintendent  of.  in  reference  to 
A.  Laugnay gg,; 

Relating  to  construction  of  a  branch 
line  of  into  Guysborough  Co.,  N.S..      8.3e 

Relating  to  transportation  of  hay  over 
for  farmers  of  Antigonish  Co.,  N.S.      83/ 

Relating  to  supply  of  ice  for  use  of  at 
Mulgrave.  N.S S3g 

Relating  to  Documents  on  file  in  Dept. 
of  Railways  regarding  public  wharf 
at  Sackville,  N.B 83h 

Relating  to  Tender  for  supply  of  cast- 
ings   for     during    present   year..    ..       83i 

Showing  how  many  kegs  of  nails  were 
purchased   for  in   1912 83; 

Showing  aJmounts  received  for  freight 
and  passengers  for  12  months,  years 
1910,  1911,  1912 g.3A: 

Be  Water  s^upply  system  at  Dorches- 
ter Station,  N.B 831 

Re  Case  of  M.  L.  Tracy  of  Mechanical 
Dept.  of  I.  C.  Ry.,  &c 83m 

Be  Statement  of  amounts  collected  by 
I.C.Ry.  for  freight  on  Hay  from  Am- 
hert  consigned  to  .Whidden  &  Son..      83ri 

Re  proposed  reduction  of  working 
hours  for  employees  on  I.  C.  Ry.  at 
Moncton,   or   other   points  on..       ..      S3o 

Re  correspondence  made  by  Sydney, 
N.S.,  Board  of  Trade,  re  better  and 
increased  facilities,  on  Sydney  divi- 
sion       83p 

Be  claim  for  damages  for  death  of  son 
of  Thos.  Hoare,  killed  at  crossing  of 
I.  C.  Ry.,  Stellaxton,  N.S 83a 


15 


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Alphabetical  ludex  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


I 

Re  collision  at  St.  Moise  in  Trh.  1913, 
between  trains  of  E.  Smith  auJ  regu- 
lar No.  99 83r 

Keturu  re  names,  occupations,  &c.,  of 
all  employees  of  I.  C.  Ey.,  dismissed 
in  Co.  of  Kimouski,  since  September 

21.  1911.     (Sec  also  dismissals) 88s 

Copy  of  Report  of  Privy  Couucil  of 
May   5,    1913,    re    apirointment  of    F. 

P.   Guteli-us 83t 

Documents  in  Dept.  of  Postmaster 
General,  re  mail  facilities  between 
Moncton,  N.B.,  westward  toward  St. 
John,  and  between  Moncton  and 
Springhill  Junction,  N.S.,  and  other 

points ^^" 

Return  re  contract  for  construction  of 
any  cars  for  I.  C.  Ry.,  since  Jan.  1, 

1913,  &<•.. 83i- 

All  amounts  collected  by,  for  freight 
on  Hay  from  Amherst,  &c.,  to  A>n- 
tigonish,   in  Jan.,   Feb.    and   March, 

last 83u> 

Immigrants  coming  into  Canada  year 
ending    March    31,    1913,    inspected    by 

Govt.    Medical   Inspectors,   &c 160a 

Interprovincial  Bridge,  proposed,  be- 
tween   Hawkesbury,    Ont.,    and    Gren- 

ville,  Que 220 

Icebergs  and  land.  Report  on  the  in- 
fluence   of  on   the  temperature  of  .the 

.sea 21c 

Icctou,  Wm.,  of  Purcell's  Cove,  claim  of 
for  return  of  a  boat  by  Dept.  of  Mar- 
ine      1« 

Immigration.  Report  of  Inspector  of 
.Igents  re  placing  of  Immigrants,  also 
Report  re  placing   of   in   Ontario   and 

Quebec  during  years  1910  and  1911 46 

Immigratjon   Office   at   Boston,   U.S.,   re 

closing  of  in  1911,  &c 8i 

Immigrants,   number    ofc  who  settled   in 
Canada  in  1911-1912,  and  from  where..     160 
-  ImperiaJ  Defence,  representations  of  the 

Committee  on 85 

Imports  and  E.xporte  of  Canada  with 
Great  Britain,  U.  S.,  Australia  and 
New  Zealand,  during  year  ending 
March  31,  1912,  in  Agricultural  pro- 
ducts,  &c 152 

Increase  in  prices  charged  Canadian 
Fishermen   for   Manilla  Cord,  &c..    ..     185 


Indian  Affair.s  Report  of  Uepa'tment 
of. 27 

Indians  of  Micmac  Reserve  of  Ste.  Anne, 
Amount  paid  for  Medical  att6nda.uce, 
&c 164 

Indians  of  B.C.,  Claims  put  forth  on  be- 
half of,  &c..  Report  of  Jas.  McKenna 
on 159 

Indians  of  B.C.,  Correspondence,  Orders 
in  Couucil  re  claims  of,  between  Govt, 
of  B.C.  and  Dom.   Govt.,  &c 159a 

Indian  Reserves  of  B.C.,  Commission 
appointed  to   investigate 88 

Industrial   Disputes 3fiu 

Influence  of  Icebergs  and  Land,  on  the 
temperature  of   the  sea,   &c 21c 

Inland  Revenue: — 

(Part  I)   Excise 12 

(Part  II)  Weights    and   Measures,    &c.      13 
(Part  III!)    Adulteration  of   Food.s,   &c.      14 

Insurance  Companies,  Abstract  of  State- 
ments  of   for   year  ended    1912 9 

Insurance  Rates  between  Canadian  At- 
lantic Ports,  and  Ports  in  United 
Kingdom 89 

Interior,   Report   of   Department  of..    ..       25 

Internal  Economy.  Report  of  Commis- 
sioners of  for   preceding  year,   &c..    ..       58 

Inves-tigation  at  Port  Daniel  West,  Que., 
into   conduct   of  Edmund  Dea,  &c..    ..      9.i 

International  Waterways,  Report  of 
Commission  on,  &e 19a 

Isle  Verte,  Co.  of  Temiscouata,  re  placing 
of   a   light   on   Wharf  at 193 


Japan,  Treaty  of  Commerce  and  Xavi- 
gation  between  United  Kingdom  and..     190 

Japan,  Memo,  of  Consul  General  for, 
respecting  regulation  of  emigration 
from  Japan  to  Canada 190a 

Justice,  Report  of  Department  of 34 


Kcewatin  Territory,  School  System  es- 
tablished in  portion  of  annexed  to 
Manitoba 168 

Kelly,  F.  W.,  M.U..  appointment  of  by 
Go%'l.  as  Port  Physician  at  Bridge- 
water,  N.S 72/i 

Kitsilano  Indian  Reserve,  Documents 
dated  since  January  1,  1!112,  relating 
to 159d 


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3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sedsioual  Papers. 


A.  1913 


Kraut    Point,   Lunenburg   Co.,    N.S.,    re 
papers  regarding  construction  of  wharf 
at 179a 


Land,  area  of  thrown  open  for  pre-emp- 
tion &c.,  in  Provs.  of  Alberta  and  Sask. 
since  Oct.  of  1908,  &c 1"2 

Land,  one  mile  in  width  along  line  of 
Hudson  Bay  Ky.,  withdrawn  from  set- 
tlement, 4c 232 

Laurtntides,  ^instruction  of  Public 
Building  at,  4c 207(i 

Labour,   Report   of   Department  of. .    . . 

Labiiur  Gazette,  The,  names,  profes- 
sions, residences,  4c.,  of  correspond- 
ents of 

Lake  Tianiskaming,  construction  of  a 
dam  at  foot  of,  for  storage  purposes.. 

Lake  Timiskaming  Dam,  construction 
of  in  1908  and  1909 120o 

Lauzier,  Arsene,  of  Amqui,  Que.,  In- 
quiry made  as  to  accident  to  horse  of. 

Laugnay,  evidence  taken  at  inquiry  in 
reference  to 

Lsbtenf,  .4urile  ._..  uatii—i.  of  lease 
No.  18778,  by  Minister  of  Rys 

Librarians,  Joint,  Report  of,  for  1912.. 

Lighthouse  Keepers,  List  of  removed  by 
preseat  Govt,  in  Co.  of  Two  Moun- 
tains  61  (W 

Liquor,  Returji  re  Section  88,  Chap.  62, 
R.  S.,  respecting  amount  of  brought 
into  N.  W.  Territories  of  Canada,  4c. 

L^vie,  Dry  Dock  at,  also  Port  of  Quebec, 
Papers,  &c.,  re  construction  of  at..   .. 

L^vis,  Dry  Dock  of.  Report  of  Mr.  Ckas. 
Smith   against  Sampson   ct   al 

Lena,  Jean  Baptiste,  and  his  wife,  re 
work  done  at  public  buildings  at  Val- 
leytield.   Que 

Lieut.  Governors  of  diSerent  Provinces 
of  Canada,  instructions  sent  with  Com- 
missions      143 

List  of  Shipping,  issued  by  Dept.  of  Mar- 
ine  and    Fiiiheries   for   year   1912..    .. 

Little  Manitou  Lake,  Sask.,  Memo,  re 
certain  area  transferred  to  town  of 
Watcrous,  4o 

Lobster  Hatchery,  establishment  of  at 
Spry  Bay,  Halifax  Co.,  N.S 

Lot  No.  217  of  the  H-udson  Bay  Co's. 
Survey  in  Parish  of  St.  John,  Winni- 


30 


199 


120 


U6 

83  ri 

80 
33 


112 


2016 


204n 


136 


216 


219 


66 


PPg- 


201 


43&49— 2 


17 


M 

Militia  and  Defence: — 
Report  of  Militia  Council  year  ending 

March  31,   1912 35 

Copies  of  Gen.  Orders  promulgated  to 
Militia   between  (Nov.   2   and   iXov.   5, 

1911 68 

Purchase  of,  and  subsequent  repairs  to 

a  private  car  by  Dept.  of 163 

Militia  or  regular  forces,  date  of  iirst 
call  to  aid  of  Civil  authorities,  called 
since,  4c 127 

Marine  and  Fisheries,  Report  of  Dept., 
(Marine) 21 

Marine  and  Fisheries,  Report  of  Dept., 
(Fisheries) 22 

Mast  in.  Miss,  re  presentation  of  certain 
chinaware  to   Govt,  by,  4c 198 

Mayflower,  Steamer,  inveotigation  re 
wreck   of   in    November,    1912,    4c..    ..       956 

Medicine  Hat,  Alta.,  re  correspondence 
respecting  transfer  of  '  Police  Point 
Reserve,'  to 1*5 

Medical  Attendance,  4c.,  on  Canadian 
boat    fishermen 64 

Melanson,  Joe.,  clerk  at  Bathurst,  N.B., 
alleged    defalcation    in    accounts    of. .     103 

Memo,  of  Consul  General  of  Japan  re 
regulation  of  emigration  from  Japan 
to  Canada 190a 

Memorial  presented  to  Govt,  by  Delega- 
tion from  Govt,  of  P.  E.  Island,  re 
subsidy 121 

Meunier,  Chas.,  ex-collector  of  Customs 
at  Marieville,  Que.,  re  a  claim  of..   ..     157 

Mexico,  Return  re  correspondence  be- 
tween Dept.  Trade  and  Commerce,  re 
closing  of  office  of  Trade  CJommis- 
sioner  in,  &c HI 

.Mi-litia,  Return  showing  when  regu- 
lar force  first  called  out  in  Canada, 
4c 127 

Mines  Branch,  Department  of  Mines, 
(Report) 26a 

Miscellaneous   Unforeseen  Expenses..    ..      39 

Molasses  imported  into  Canada  from 
British  West  Indies  for  year  ending 
March  31,  1912,  under  Trade  agreement 
with,  4c 71 

Monk,  Hon.  Mr.,  letter  of  resignation, 
4c 75 

Moore,  W.  F.,  Lieut.-Col.,  20th  Regt. 
Haltou    Rifles,    re  resignation    of..    ..     113 


George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


M 

Moral    Instruction    in    Canadian    Public 
Schools,    Eeport    by    ilr.     J.     A.     M. 

Aikins 

Mulgrave,    N.S.,    and    Chelicamp,    N.S., 

Steam   Service  between,   in  years  1910- 

1911,  1911-1912  and  1912-1913 

Murray,  Sir  Geo.,  Report  of  on  Organi- 
zation of  Public   Service  of  Canada.. 
Macdonald,   John,   appt.  of  as   Inspector 

Inland    ReTenne.   Maritime   Provinces. 
Marine  Hospital  at   Pictou,   N.S.,  corre- 
spondence   re    disposition    of      to     any 

corporation  or   persons,  &c 

Mails  and   MaU  Contracts : — 

Mail  Contracts  cancelled  in  Bona- 
venture  Co.,  since   Oot.   1,   1911..    .. 

Rural  Mail  Delivery  routes  establish- 
ed since  Oct.  1,  1912 

Mail  contract,  cancellation  of  between 
Postmaster  General  and  Mr.  Bee- 
man 

Mail  Contract  for  carrying  between 
Sorel  and  Ste.  Victoire,  Co.  of  Riche- 
lieu  ^ 

Mail  Contract  for  carrying  between 
Heaihe'-toTi  a,nd  Guysboirough,  N.S., 
for  1912 

Rural  Mail  between  Salt  Springs  and 
West  River   Station 

Rural  Mail  between  Merigonish  Sta- 
tion  and  Arisaig,   Pictou  Co.,  N.S.. 

Contract  for  carrying  mails  between 
Linwood   Station   and  Linwood   P.O. 

Correspondence  re  Railway  Mail  Ser- 
vice in  Bonaventure  Co.,  from  Oct. 
1911  to  date 

Contracts  for  carrying  mails  between 
St.  Andrew  and  Beaujey,  Co.  of  An- 
tigonish,  N.S 

Changes  made  in  contract  for  carrying 
mails  in  Berthier  Co.,  since  Sept.  21, 
1911,  &c 

Mail  Contract  re  letting  of  between 
Guysboj-ough  ajid  Charles  Cove, 
N.S 

Names  of  various  Ry.  Mail  Clerks  in 
-Montreal  and  Quebec  divisions, 
&c . .    . .    

Contract  between  P.  0.  Dept.  and  Ont. 
Equipment  Co.,  re  purchase  of  locks 
for  mail  bags 

Be  correspondence,  &c.,  between  Post- 
master General  and  Dr.  Faucher, 
respecting  patent  lock  for  mail  bags. 


96 


hln 


'•ig 


155 


62 


62a 


62() 


62c 


62d 


62e 


62/ 


62g 


62h 


62i 


62; 


627c 


62J 


62m 


62n 


M 

Correspondence  between  Postmaster 
General  and  Mr.  Aim^  Dion,  Que., 
re  patent  lock  for  mail  bags 62o 

Documents  in  possession  of  P.  0.  Dept. 
re  carrying  of  mails  between  Lin- 
wood and  Grosvenor,  Guysborough 
Co.,  N.S 62p 

Xaraes  of  Mail  Carriers  in  Co.  of 
Vaudreuil  and  Soulangcs,  amount 
of  each  contract,  &c 62g 

Number  of  Post  Ofllces  In  Co.  of  Yar- 
mouth, N.S.,  not  served  with  daily 
mail,  &c 62r 

Contracts  re  purchase  of  Rural  Mail 
delivery  boxes,  made  by  P.  O.  Dept. 
since  190S,  until  Jan.  1,  1912 62s 

■Names  of  Post  Offices  and  Postmasters 
in  Counties  of  Soulanges  and  Vau- 
dreuil        62f 

Mail  Routee,  Rural,  established  in  Pic- 
tou Co.,  N.S.,  since  Oct.  1911 62u 

Be  purchase  of  new  locks  for  mail  bags 
by  P.  0.  Dept.,  from  Ont.  Equip- 
ment Co.,  &c 62t! 

Be  Contract  for  carrying  mails  be- 
tween Post  Office  and  C.  P.  R.  Sta- 
tion at  Three  Rivers,  Que.  since 
Oct.  1911 62w 

Be  cancelled  contract  of  M.  E.  Bougie 
for  carrying  mails  between  P.  0., 
and  Ey.  Station,  Bromptonville, 
Quebec 62x 

Mc 

McKelvey,  Jas.,  of  town  of  Sarnia,  ap- 
plication of  for  Fenian   Raid  Bounty.    128 

McKenzie,  General,  Documents,  &c.,  re 
resignation  of.. 75b 

N 

Nadeau,  Louis,  appointment  of  as  Post- 
master at  St.  Christine,  Co.  of  Bagot.      72* 
National  Gallery  of  Canada,  Return  re 
acquisition    of    Paintings,    &c.,    names 

of  Artists,  &c.,  since  1891 :     121 

Navy,   Royal   Canadian:— 
Award    of    Compensation    to    men    be- 
longing to 48 

Naval  Service,  Report  re 38 

Copies  of  plane  in  Tenders  of  Messrs. 
Cammel,   Laird   &  Co.,   re  construc- 
tion of  ships  for   Canadian   Navy..      48« 
Tenders  for  ships  of  War  of  Canada..     60 


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3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


N 

Xavel  Cadets,  ajneiKiment  to  the  re- 
gulations for  entry  of.  Copy  of 
O    C.  re 4Sb 

Northeast  J  14-75-15-5,  Documents  re  dur- 
ing ycara    1911,  1912,  1913  to  date..   ..     lS7e 

Xorthumberlaud  Strait,  Reports  in  con- 
nection with  Tides  and  Currents  of..      66 

North  J  of  S.  West  J  Sec.  8,  in  Tp.  49, 
Range  26  West  of  2nd  Meridian,  Memo. 
re  patent  for 147 

North  Bay  to  Sturgeon  Falls,  Ont.,  re 
constrxiotion  of  a  highway  road  from.    178 

North  we-st  of  30-25-7-2,  Documents  re- 
lating thereto 178b 

Northwest  quarter  eectioji,  29-10-18,  W, 
re  documents  connected  with  sale  of.    1S7J 

Nyanza,  Cape  Breton  Co.,  N.S.,  sale  of 
alleged   Indian  lands  at 165 

O 

Ocean  Mails  Passenger  acd  Freight 
Steamship  Service  between  Canada  and 
Great  Britain,  and  Great  Britain  and 
Canada,  Articles  of  agreement  for  said 
service,   with  contract  for,  &o 194 

Official  Statistics  of  Canada,  Report  of 
Departmental   Commission 77  4  90 

Oil  Paintings,  SubjectB  of,  which  have 
become  the  property  of  the  National 
Gallery  of  Canada 121 

Ontario,  Prov.  of,  respecting  extension 
of  boundaries  of 101 

Ontario  and  Quebec,  area  of  Territories 
added  to  by  Statutes  of  1912.. 1S4 

Ordinances  of  the  Yukon  Territory, 
(year   1912) 51 

Ordinances  of  the  Yukon  Territory, 
(year   191.3) 225 

Orders  in  Council  re  seizure  of  horses 
from  .John  Gobel,  for  smuggling  same 
across  to   United    States 212 

Ottawa  Improvement  Commission,  (Re- 
port of) 42 

Ottawa  River,  Amount  of  money  e.\- 
pended  on  improving  channel  of, 
between   Hull   and   village  of   Masson.    137 

Ottawa,  Properties  purchased  iu,  by 
Govt.  North  of  Wellington  and  West 
of  Bank  Sts 177 


Patent   Numiber   1(2823,  Petitions,   pUn<, 
&G.,  in   Patent  Branch 214 

43849— 2i  19 


Patent  for  N.  J  of  S.  W.  J  of  Sec.  8, 
Township  49.  Range  26,  W.  of  2nd 
Meridian  to  Arthur  Donaldson 147 

Paintings,  Oils  and  Water  Colours  ac- 
quired by  Govt,  since  1891,  for  Na- 
tional  Gallery 12] 

Petite  Riviere  Breakwater,  N.S.,  Docu- 
ments, pay  rolls,  accounts,  &c.,  con- 
nected with 203 

Peace  Conference,  International,  re  con- 
sideration of  first  century  of  peace  be- 
tween United  .Statee  and  British  Em- 
pire      229 

Port  Daniel  West,  Que.,  Investigation 
into  conduct  of  Edwd.  Dea,  Guardian 
of   Lobster    Hatchery   there 9511 

Prince  Edward  Island,  Govt,  of.  Mem- 
orial re  a  delegation  from,  asking  in- 
crease of   Prov.    Subsidy I24 

Privy  Council,  Report  of  re  contract 
for  Ocean  Mail,  Passenger,  Freight 
Service,  between  Canada  and  Great 
Britain,  &c 191 

Prosecutions,  &c.,  against  Saml.  Stew- 
art, Melvin  Hart  and  others  for  in- 
fraction of  Fisheries  Act,  also  charge 
against   Rod.   Martin,  &a 14lb 

Properties  purchased  by  Govt,  north  of 
WeUington  St.,  and  west  of  Bamk  St., 
in  City  of  Ottawa,  to  Jan.  31,  1913,  &c.    177 

Peace  River  District,  Amount  of  Seed 
Grain  snippliod  to  settlers  in,  during 
years   1912-1913,  &c 200 

Pilotage  Commission  of  Quebec,  Report 
of 186 

Pilotage  and  its  administration  in  Dis- 
tricts of  Montreal  and  Quebec,  also 
letter  from  Commissioner  Ajutor  La- 
chance,  ic 191c 

Police  Point  Reserve,  transfer  of  pro- 
perty known  as,  to  City  of  Medicine 
Hat 145 

Portsmouth  Penitentiary,  re  names  of 
keepers  dismissed,  and  upon  whose  re- 
commendation they  were  reinstated, 
&c 171 

Portsmouth  Penitentiary,  names  of  Dis- 
cipline Officers,  dates  of  appointments, 
&c 174a 

Pomket  River,  Antigonish  Co.,  N.S.,  re 
closing  of  Post  Office  at 158 

Pomminville,  Dr.,  appointment  of  as 
Surgeon  of  St.  Vincent  da  Paul  Peni- 
tentiary       72a 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


P 

Post  Offices  opened  in  Bonarenture  Co., 
since  Oct.  11,  1911,  names  of  postmas- 
ters, &c 

Postmaster   General,  (Report) 

Preferential  Tariff,  between  Govt,  of 
Canada,  and  CommonweaJth  of  Ausr 
tralia 

Proposals  to  supply  medicine  to  Can- 
adian  boat   fishermen 

Public  Accounts 

Public  Works,  Export  of  Department  of. 

Public  Service  Commission,  Report  of.. 

Public  Works  Uept.,  Order  for  goods 
given  by,  since  Oct.  1,  1911,  at  Mont- 
real,  Halifa-x,    St.   Jolin,  N.B 

Public   Printing  and   Stationery 

Public  Offices,  buildings  occupied  by  the 
Govt,   as,   under  rent,  ic 

Public  Service  of  Canada,  Organization 
of.  Report  re  by  Sir  Geo.  Murray.... 

Pure  Food  Act,  re  date  of  enactment  of. 

Public  Buildings  at  Three  Rivers, 'Que., 
since  Oct.   11,  1911,  to   date.   &c 

Public  Buildings,  construction  of  in  town 
of  liaurentides,  Co.  ot"  As'omption, 
Quebec 

Public  Buildings,  construction  of  in 
town  of  Stellarton,  N.S.,  1912,  Docu- 
ments respecting,  &c 

Public  Buildings,  work  and  repairs  on 
in  North  Sydney,  N.S.,  192,  Docu- 
ments  respecting,  &c 


Q 


Quebec  Light,  Heiit  and  Power  Co.,  Litd., 
Correspondence.  &c.,  re  issuing  letters 
patent  to.  &c 

tjuebec  Oriental  Railway,  Acquisition 
of  by  the  Govt,  of  Canada 

Quebec  Railway  Light,  Heat  and  Power 
Co.,  Ltd.,  letters  jiatent  to 

Quebec  and  Saguenay  Ry.,  Proirosed 
guarantee  of  Bonds 

Quebec  and  Saguenay  Ey.,  Report  of 
Govt.    Engineer    who    inspected    the.. 

Quebec  and  St.  Joseph  de  Levis,  re  most 
suitable  site  for  construction  of  Dry 
Dock  at,  &c; 

Quebec  and  Oriental  Ry.,  and  Atlantic, 
Quebec  and  Western  Ry.,  documents 
re  freight,  passenger,  ic 


63 


91 

CI 

2 

19 

57 


133 
32 


208 


70 


207 


207a 


207c 


207b 


no 


67d 


110 


116 


67e 


201 


116c 


Quebec  and  Oriental  Ry.,  and  Atlantic 
Quebec  and  Western  Ry.,  documents 
re  their  incorporation  into  Canadian 
Govt.  Ry.  System,  &c 116a 

Quebec  Harbour,  Correspondence  be- 
tween Postmas'ter  General  and  Isidore 
Belleau.    re    improvements 203i 


Reciprocity  with   United  States,  Corres- 
pondence, papers,  &c.,  re  between  Jan. 

1,   1S90,  a!id   Dec.  31,  1S91 71 

Red  Point  Wharf,  Lot  48,  P.  £.  I.,  re  re- 
pairs, contracts,  &c.,  on  same 203c 

Regina,  City  of,  re  contribution  for  al- 
leviating distress  of   sufferers  in..    ..    189 
Report    of    Mr.    J.    A.     M.     Aikins    on 
moral   instruction     in     the     Canadian 

Public    Schools 96 

Restigouche    River,    Smelt    and    Salmon 

fishing.  Instructions   regarding 131 

Restigouche,  Fishermen's  Association,  Pe- 
tition of,  to  Minister,  asking  removal 

of  Mr.  M.  Mowatt,  &c 205 

Restii/oucJie,  Dredge,  cul)ic  yards  remov- 
ed by,  in  Harbour  of  Bathurst,  N.B., 

during  7   months,   1911,  &c 135a 

Rifle  Ranse,  Carleton  Co.,  Ont.,  re  pur- 
chase of  site  for,  &c 123 

Railways:— 
Railway    Commissioners,    Report    of..      20c 
Railway,   Transcontinental,    Report   of 

Commissioners  of 37 

Railway,    Transcontinental,     Copy    of 
original    instructions    furnished   en- 
gineers on  Eastern  Division   of..    ..    106 
Railwavs  and  Canals,   Report  of   Dept. 

of.,  ". 20 

Railway  Statistics 20b 

Railway,  Government  of  Canada,  Re- 
turn re   Board  of  Management  of..      81 
Railway   Line  from    Estmere  to    Bad- 
deck,  re  building  of 82 

Railway:      See    Intercolonial    Ry.,    &c. 
Railway,    Intercolonial,    Reports    for- 
merly   made    to    Board    of    Manage- 
ment of 81a 

Railway,  Intercolonial,  Relating  to 
purchase     of     scrap   and  supply     of 

cjirting.s  for S3 

Railway,  Intercolonial,  Names  of  em- 
ployees en  dining  cars,  and  nature 
of  employment 83o 


20 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  ludex  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


R 

Railway,     Intercolonial,     Returns     re 
Vale     Line,     correspondence     asking 

road  to  be  taken  by,  &c 109 

Railway,    Intercolonial,      re     a     strike 
of  temporary  employees  at  Halifax, 

N.S 83b 

Railway,    Central    Ry.    of    Canada,    re 
Report  made  by  to  Railway  Dept...     211 
.  Railway,  Copy  of  letter  by  Chief  En^ 
giiieer   Lumsden   of  Trans.   Commis- 
sion to  Chairman  Wade lOGd 

Rocky  Mountain  Park  Act,  Orders  in 
Council   relating    to    (Chap.    60.    Rev. 

Statutes) 56 

Royal  Society  of  Canada,  Report  of  Af- 
fairs of 50 

Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police,  Re- 
port of  the 28 

Rawliugs,  Geo.  and  James,  Documents 
re  prosecution  of  in  1910.  for  violation 

of  Fishery  Regulations 1-1 1  a 

Rowlings,  G.  A.  R.,  J.  S.  Wells  and  S. 
R.  Griffin,  Letters  to  Dept.  Public 
Works,     re     Public   Works  in     Guys^ 

borough  Co.,  N.S 203/^ 

Rural  Mail  Delivery  Routes  established 

in  Canada,  since  Jan.  1,  1912 

Rural  Mail  Service,  establishment  of  be- 
tween Saltsprings,  and  West  River  Sta- 
tion.   {See  Mails,  &c.) 

Rural  Mail  Service  between  Merigonish 
Station,  Pictou  Co.,  N.S.,  and  Arisaig. 
(See  Mails,  &<:.) 62/ 


Salmon  River  Indian  Reserve,  N.S.,  re 
Indian  School  in,  also  appointmen't  of 
teixcher   in  since  June   !•   1912 

Salmon  Hatchery,  purchase  of  a  site  for 
at  Snidlope  Lake,  from  J.  B.  Nichol- 
son  

Soimon,  Sockeyes,  of  B.C.,  prohibition 
of  e.xport  of  from  that  Province..    .. 

Sauv^,  L.  A.,  Claim  of  to  certain  build- 
ings at  La   Pointe   des  Cascades,  &c.. 

School  Lauds,  Provinces  of  Alberta  and 
Saskatchewan,  re  Sale  of  since  Oct.  12, 
1911 

School  Lands,  Provinces  of  Manitoba, 
Saskatchewan  and  Alberta,  Showing 
lots  sold  in  during  year  1912,  price,  &c. 


62a 


62e 


159  b 


98 


92 


107 


213 


213a 


S 

School  Lands,  Province  of  Saskatche- 
wan, sold  in  1912,  Correspondence, 
papers,  &c.,  relating  to  in  hands  of 
Government 213b 

Scrip,  Half  Breed,  &o.,  papers  re  issu- 
ing of  warrant  No.  2153,  certificate 
No.  672  to   Albert   St.   Denis 231 

Scoles,  C.  R.,  New  Carlisle,  Que.,  Claim 
of  for  balance  of  subsidy  voted,  &c..     102 

Seaforth,  Halifax  Co.,  N.S.,  Correspon- 
dence re  tenders,  contracts,  &c.,  re 
construction  breakwater  at 203a 

.Secretary   of   State,   Report  of 29 

Sevigny,  Mr.,  increase  of  salary  of,  as 
employee  of  Immigration  Office,  Mont- 
real      132 

.Shareholders  in  Ban.ks,  List  of 6 

Ships  of  War  of  Canada,  Tendei-s  for, 
&c 60 

Skinners  Cove,  Pictou  Co.,  N.S.,  Ex- 
penditures at 100 

Soulanges  and  Vaudreuil,  Names  of  Post 
Offices  and  Postmasters  in  Counties  of.       62i 

South  Port  Wharf,  Lot  48,  P.  E.  I.,  re 
repairs,  contracts  for  same,  &c 203c 

Southwest,  36-16-27,  W.  2,  Documents 
in  Department  of  Interior  relating  to, 
&c 187 

Southwest  i  of  4-9-14  West  of  2nd  iMeri- 
diaji 187a 

Soutliwest  J  28-20-21,  W.  2nd  Meridian, 
N.  W.  H.  B.,  also  W.  }  of  S.  E.  J,  32- 
20-21,  W.  2.   M.,  N.  W.  H.  B.,  &c..    ..     Wig 

Sciutliwest  >i  2-19-20,  W.'  2nd  Meridian 
Homestead,  Pat.  June  3,  1892,  Papers 
connected  with  claim  of  G.  W.  Brown.    187/ 

South  West  Cove.  Lunenburg  Co.,  N.S., 
Obstructions  placed  in   waters  of..    ..      99 

Spry  Bay,  Halifax  Co.,  N.S.,  re  estab- 
lishment of  Lobster   Hatchery  at..    ..      66 

Spry  Bay,  Halifax  Co.,  N.S.,  re  closing 
of,  or  change  of  post  office  at 78a 

Slalil,  J.,  Assistant  Inspector  of  Immi- 
gration   on   Ry.,   re   suspension   of   by 

H.  Boulay,  &c 171 

Stamp  Vending  Machines,  terms  of  con- 
tract relating  to,  date,  &c 221 

Statistics  of  Canada,  Official,  Report  of 
Departmental  Commission   on 77 

Steamboa;t   Luspection,   Report  of  Chair- 
man  of   Board  of  for   fiscal   year    1912.      23 
Steamer     City    of    Sydney,   Investigation 
tion   into  collision    between,   and   Tug 
Douglas  U.   Thomas 95e 


21 


3  George  V 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A.  1913 


S 

Steam  Service,  &c.,    re    subsidy    to,    be- 
tween points  in  Bonaventure  Co.,  Que. 

and  New  Brunswick 67a 

Steam  Service,  &c.,    re    subsidy    to,    be- 
tween St.  John,  N.B.,  and  Bear  Eiver, 

.  N.S 67 

St&a>m    Service    performed    by     Steamer 

Canada,   since    Oct.    11,   1311,    to  date..      65 
Steam    Service   subsidized  between   Can- 
adian   Ports    and    British    West    In- 
dies       67b 

Steffanson,  Mr.  V.,  Correspondence  with 

concerning    Northern   expeditions..    ..     161 
Stefianson,  Mr.  V.,  Order  in  Council  in 

reference  to,  &c 161a 

Stewart,  Sam.,  Hart  Slelvin,  and  others, 
prosecutions  against  for   infringement 

of  lusheries  Act 141b 

Stenographers    and    Secretaries,    Return 
re    number,    names   of,   and   Members 
of  Commons  for   whom  tbey  ■work..    ..     150 
Streaim  Measurements  for  caJendar  year, 

1911,  Report  of  progress  of 25d 

Subsidies  paid    to    Quebec    and    OrientaJ 

Ry.  and  others  since  October,  1911..   ..       67c 
Subsidies     paid    each  of    four    original 
Provinces  of  Dominion  at   Confedera- 
tion,   population  on    which   same    was 

based,  &c 154 

St.    Peters,    X.S.,   Acquisition   or    e.xpro- 

priation  of  land  at 104 

St.   Peters  Indian   Reserve,   Man.,   relat- 
ing  to    delay    in    issuing    patents    for 

lands  purchased  from 148 

St.  Peters  Canal  Improvements,  re  con- 
tract between  Dept.  and  W.  H.Weller, 

regarding 108 

St.  Peters  Canal  Improvements,  re  con- 
tract bi.-tween  Dept.  and  W. H.Weller, 

regarding lOSit 

St.  Croix,  Co.  of  Lotbiniere,  Que.,  Con- 
struction of  a  wharf  at 203b 

St.  .loeeph  dc  Levis,  re  suitable  site  for 

construction  of  Dry  Dock  at,  &c..    ..    204 
St.  Vincent  de  Paul  Penitentiary,  docu- 
meuls    re    appointment    of   Dr.    Pom- 
mi  nviHe  at 72n 

St.  Anne  de  la  Pocatiere,  Experimental 
Farm  at,  appointment  of  Mr.  J.  Begin 

as  manager  a* 72e 

St.  John  and  Quebec  Ry.,  documents, 
Ac,  between  Dept.  of  Rys.  and  Canals 
re  line  from  St.  John,  'N.B.,  to  Grand 
Falls ]l(;b 


22 


S 

St.  Germain  de  Kamourasfca,  documents 
re  purchase  of  timber  for  construc- 
tion of  wharf  at,  in  1912 203ff 

St.  Denis,  Albert,  re  issuing  of  Half 
Breed  Scrip  to,  &c 231 

T 

Tache,  C.  E.,  Resident  Engineer  in  Bona- 
venturo  Co.,  Que.,  re  Reports  made 
by  on  Public  Works  there  since  1911..     176 

Tariff  Duties  on  imported  lumber,  dress- 
ed on  one  side,  &c.,  re  arguments  re- 
sppcti-ng  before  E.xchequer  Court  of 
Canada 125b 

Tariff  Customs  of  Canada,  changes  made 
in  by  Order  in  Council  since  last  ses- 
sion of  Parliament 73 

Tariff  Customs  on  Cement,  correspond- 
ence between  Companies,  Corporations, 
&c.,  to  Nov.  II,  1911 ]25 

Tariff  Customs  on  Cement,  adjustment 
of  Duty  on,  and  all  correspondence 
with    Ministers   respecting,   &c 125o 

Taxation  per  capita  for  year  ending 
March  31,  1913,  and  for  each  of  12  pre- 
ceding  years.   Return   re 227 

Technical  Education  and  Industrial 
Training,  Report  of  Royal  Commission 
on,  &c I9id 

Telegraph  Lines  under  construction  dur- 
ing year  19U-12,  in  different  points  in 
Nova   Scotia 209 

Tenders  for   Ships  of  War   of  Canada..      60 

Three  Rivers,  Que.,  Correspondence,  &c., 
re  erection  of  a  Public  Building  at 
since   Oct.    1],   1911,   to   date 207 

Thibault,  Firmin,  of  St.  Denis,  Co.  of 
Kamouraska,  Que.,  re  petition  for  in- 
demnity      ]22 

Tides  and  Currents  of  Northumberland 
Strait,    Reports   in   connection    with..      86 

Townships  24-25,  Range  27,  West  of  first 
Meridian,  suitability  of  for  Forest  Re- 
serve,   Homesteading   purposes,   &c 192a 

Topographical  Surveys  Branch,  Dept.  of 
Interior,   Report  of,   1911,   1912 256 

Trade,  Volume  of,  import  and  export  of, 
between  Canada  and  Newfoundland, 
from  Jan.  1,  1896,  to  Jan.  1,  1913..    ..     195 

Trade,  Volume  of,  between  Newfound- 
land and  West  Indies,  included  in 
Trade  .\rrangement  with  Canada,  for 
1909,  1910,  1911  and  1912  (Supplemen- 
tary)      195a 


3  George  V. 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers. 


A    19ir 


T 

Trade  Transactions  between  West  Indies 

and  Canada 59 

Trade   Unions.   An    Act   respecting..    ..      51 
Trade  and  Commerce: — 
(Pant     I. — Canadian     Trade,     Imports 

and   Exports) 10 

(Part  •  II.— Canadian    Trade)— 

France 10a 

Germany lOo 

United  States 10a 

United  Kingdom 10a 

(Part  m.-^aaadjan  Trade,  e.\cept)— 

France lOb 

Germany 10b 

United   Kingdom 10b 

United  States 10b 

(Part      IV. — Miscellaneous      Informa- 
tion)— 
(Part    v.— Report    of    the    Board    of 

Grain    Ccanniissioners    for    Canada).      lOd 
(Part  VI. — Subsidized   Steamship   Ser- 
vices)       lOe 

(Part    VII.— Trade    of    Foreign    Coun- 
tries, Treaties  and  Conventions) 10/ 

Telephone  Stati-stics 20d 

Telegraph  Statistics 20/ 

Transcontinental  Commission,  Copy  of 
letter    of    Engineer    Lumsden    of,    to 

Chairman  Wade  of 106a 

Transcontinental  Railway,  Copy  of  orig- 
inal instructions  furnished  engineers 
by  Chief  Engineer  on  Eastern  Div.  of, 

also  Western 106 

Transcontinental  Railway  Commission- 
ers, Report  of  for  1912 37 

Trawlers,  Steam,  jn-ohibited  from  par- 
ticipating   in    Fishing    Bounty,    &c 162 

Treasury   BoaTd   Overrulings   (StaAoment 

of) 40 

Twine  for  fishing  purposes,  duty  payable 
on,  under  item  682  of  Customs  Tariff.      69 

V 

Unclaimed  Balances,  &c.,  iu  Chartered 
Banks  of  Dominion  of  Canada 7 

United  Shoe  Machinery  -Co.,  Report  of 
Commission  to  investigate  complaints 
against 95c 


V 

Vale  Road  Ry.,  asking  that  line  be 
taken   over   by   I.   C.    Ry 109 

Veterinary   Director  General 151 

Veterinary  Director  General,  correspon- 
dence re  requested  visit  to  Nova 
Scotia 216 

Volume  of  trade,  import  and  export,  be- 
tween Canada  and  Newfoundland,  from 
Jan.  1,  1896  to  Jan.  1,  1913 185 

Volume  of  trade  between  Newfoundland 
and  West  Indies,  included  in  trade 
agreement  with  Canada,  for  1909,  1910, 
1911,  1912 „ i9oa 

Warburton,  Lt.  Col.,  appointment  of  as 
Medical  Officer  at  Charlottetown 
Camp 72<i 

Warrants,  Governor  General's,  State- 
ment of 43 

Weir  Licenses,  Documents  re,  in  waters 
of  Counties  of  Charlotte  and  St.  John, 
N.B 220 

Welland  CanaJ,  number  of  accidents 
to  lock  gates  or  bridges  on,  during 
year   ending   Nov.   25,  1912,  &c 169 

Weller,  W.  H.,  contract  between  Dept. 
of  Railways  and,  re  St.  Peters  Canal.    108 

Welsh  Coal  supply,  CJontract  for  to  the 
various   public  buildings  at  Montreal.    131 

West    Indies-Canada    Conference 55 

West  Indies,  Trade  Transactions  be- 
tween Canada,  and 59 

West  Indies  Trade  Statistics,  Imports 
and  Exports,  relating  to,  in  posses- 
sion of  Govt 59a 

West  Indies,  Documents  in  Dept.  Trade 
and  Commerce  re  Steamship  Service 
between  Canada  and,  since  Dec.  1, 
1912 222 

White  Bear  Indian  Reserve,  Documents 
re   surrender   of  part  of,  Sx 159c 

Wholeis-ale  Prices  in  Canada,  Report  on 
by  R.  H.  Coats,  B.  A.,  Dept.  of  La- 
bour      183 

Y 

Yukon,   (Ordinances  of),  1912 51 

Yukon.  (Ordinances  of),  1913 226 


I 


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See  also  Alphabetical  I<ist,  Page  1. 

LIST   OF    SESSIONAL   PArEKS 

A.rranged  in  Numerical  Order,  with  their  titles  at  full  length;  the  dates  when  Ordered 
and  when  presented  to  the  Houses  of  Parliament;  the  iVawies  of  the  Senator  or 
Member  who  Tnoved  for  each  Sessional  Paper,  and  whether  it  is  ordered  to  he 
Printed  or  Not  Printed. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  B. 

Fifth   Census   of  Canada,   1611 — Population,   Eeligions,   Origins,   Birthplace,   Citizenship, 
Literacy.  Infirmities,  as  enumerated  in  June,  1911. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  C. 

Fifth  Census  of  Canada,  1911— Manufactnres  for  1910  as  enumerated  in  .Tune.  1911. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  1. 

(This  volume  is  bound  in  three  parts.) 

1.  Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ended  31st  March,  1912     Volume  1,  Parts  .V 

to  J.     Volume  II,  Parts  K  to  U.    Volume  III,  Parts  V  to  T.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr. 
White,  Uth  January,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2. 

2.  The  Public  Accounts  of  Canada,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st  March,  1912.     Presented 

by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  26th  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

3.  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year  ending  3Ist 

March,  1911.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  3rd  February,  1913. 

Printed  for  ^distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

4.  Supplementary  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year 

ending  on  the  31st  March,  1913.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  10th  March,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

5.  Supplementary  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year 

ending  on  31st  March,  1914.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  20th  May,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessiotial  papers.. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  3. 

6.  List  of  Shareholders  in  the  Chartered  Banks  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  as  on  Decem- 

ber 31,  1911.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  26th  November,,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  4. 

7.  Report  on  dividends  remaining  unpaid,  unclaimed  balances  and  unpaid  drafts  and  bilh 

of  exchange  in  Chartered  Banks  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  five  years  and  upwards 
prior  to  31st  December,  1911.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  2Gth  November,  )9]2. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  5. 

(This  volume  is  bound  in  two  parts). 

8.  Report    of  the    Superintendent  of  Insurance  for  year  ended  1912.      Presented  hj    Hon. 

Mr.  White ^ Printed  for  distrihiilion  nd  sessional  papers. 

9.  Abstract  of  Statements  of  Insurance  Companies  in  Canada    for    the    year  ende-d  1912. 

Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Wliite Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papirs. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  6. 

(This  volume  is  bound  in  two  parts). 

10.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st  March, 

1912.     (Part  I.— Canadian  Trade).    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Foster,  30th  January,  1913. 

Printed   for  distribntion  and  sessional  papers. 

lOa.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce,  for  the  year  ended  31st  Marcli. 
1912.  (Part  II.— Canadian  Trade  with  (1)  France,  (2)  Germany,  (3)  United  King- 
dom, and   (4)   United  States).      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Foster,  12th  December,    1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

10b.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st  March, 
1912.  (Part  III.— Canadian  Trade  with  Foreign  Countries,  except  France,  Germany, 
the  United  Kingdom  and  United  St.ates).  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Foster,;  :16th 
January,  1913. Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

10c.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st 
March,  1912.  (Part  IV. — Miscellaneous  Information).  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Reid. 
17th  February,  1913 ,  .Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

lOii.  Report  of  the  Board  of  Grain  Commisioners  for  Canada.  Presented  "by  Hon/-  Mr- 
Foster,  3rd  February,  1913 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

lOc.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st  March 
1912.     (Part  VI.— Subsidized  Steamship  Services).     Presented,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

10/.  Report  of  Trade  and  Commerae  for  fiscal  year  ended  31st  March,  1912.  (Part  VII.— 
Trade  of  Foreign  Countries,  Treaties  and  Conventions).     Presented,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  7. 

11.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs  for  the  yiear  ended  31st  March,  1912.      Presented 

by  Hon.  Mr.  Reid,  28th  November,  1912 — Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers, 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUJIE  8. 

12.  KeiKirts,  Returns  and  Statistics  of  the  Inland  Revenues  for  the  Dominion  of    Canaua 

for  the  year    ended    31,st    March,  1912.     (Part  I.— Excise).      Presented  by  Hon.    M.-. 
Nantol,  25th  November,  1912 Printed  for  distribution   and  sessional  papers 

13.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Inland  Revenue  for  year  ended  31st  March,  1912.     (Part 

II. — Inspection   of  Weights  and  Measures,  Gas  and   Electricity).      Pre.'iented  by  Hon. 
Mr.  Nantel,  25th  November,  3912 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

14.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Inland  Revenue  for  year  ended  31st  March,  1912.     (Part 

III.— Adulteration  of  Food).      Presented  liy  Hon.  Mr.  Nantel,  25th  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  8— Continued. 

15.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Agricnlture  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  tlie  year  ended 

3lst  March,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Burrell,  26th  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

ISa.  Report  of  the  Dairy  and  Cold  Storage  Commissioner  for  the  fiscal  j-ear  ending  1912. 
Presented,  1913 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9. 

15b.  Report  of  the  Veterinary  Director  General  and  Live  Stock  Commisioner,  for  the  year 
endin?  31st  March,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Burrell,  25th  March,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

16.  Report  of  the  Director  and  Officers  of  the  Experimental  Farms  for   the    year     ending 

3l3t  March,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Burrell,  Uth  January,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10. 

17.  Criminal  Statistics  for  the  year  ended  30th  September,  1911,  (Appendix  of  the  Report 

of  the  Minister  of  Agriculture,  for  the  year  1911).      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden, 
2nd  June,  1913 Printed  for  distribution  ajid  sessional  papers. 

18.  Return  of  the  Twelfth  General  Election  for  the  House  of  Commons  of  Canada,  held  oq 

the  14th  and  21st  of  September,  1911.     Presented  by  Hon.  The  Speaker,  27th  November, 
1912 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

18o.  Return  of  By-Elections  (Twelfth  Parliament)  for  the  House  of  Commons  of  Canada, 
held  during  the  year  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  The  Speaker,  10th  March,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers^ 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  11. 

19.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Public  Works  on  the  works  under  his  control  for  the    fiscal 

period  ended  31st  March,  1912.    Part  I.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rogers,  4th  December, 
1912.    Part  II.  Ottawa  River  Storage  and  Geodetic  Levelling. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  •napers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  12. 
(This  volume  is  bound  in  two  parts). 

19o.  Report  of  the  Commission  on  International  Waterways. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papert. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  13. 

20.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  for  the  fiscal  period  from  1st  April. 

1911,  to  31st  March  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Cochrane,  13th  December,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers.- 

.  20a.  Canal  Statistics  for  the  season  of  Navigation,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Cochrane, 
15th  April,  1913 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

20b.  Railway  Statistics  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for    the  year    ended    30th  June,  1912. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Cochrane,  16th  January,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  14. 

80c.  Ssventh  Keport  of  the  Board  of  Railway  Commissioners  for  Canada,  for  the  year  end- 
ing 31st  March,  1912.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Cochrane,  25th  November,  1913. 

Printed   for    distribution    and    sessional   papers. 

ZOd.  Telephone  Statistics  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended  30th  June,  1912. 
Presented  by  lion.   Mr.  Cochrane,   17th   February,   1913. 

Printed  jor  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

20c.  Express  Statistics  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended  30th  June,  1912.  Pre- 
sented by  Hon.  Mr.  Cochrane,  12th  February,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

20/.  Telegraph  Statistics  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended  30th  June,  1912. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Cochrane,  7th  February,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  15. 

21.  Forty-fifth  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  for  the    fiscal 

year  19:1-1912 — Marine.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  16th  December,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

21a.  Eleventh  Report  of  the  Geographic  Board  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ending  30th  Juno, 
1912.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  llth  April,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  16. 

21b.  List  of  Shipping  issued  by  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries.  Vessels  in  Registry 
Books  of  Canada,  for  year  1912.      Presented,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

21c.  Supplem.ent  to  Forty-fifth  Report  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  for  fiscal 
year  1911-12, — Marine  Branch — Influence  of  Icebergs  and  Land  on  the  temperature  of 
the  Sea.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  17th  February,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  paper::. 

22.  Forty-fifth  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  1912, — Fisheries. 

Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  5tli  December,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

23.  Report  of  the  Chairman  of  tlie  Board  of  Steamboat  Inspection  for  the  fiscal  year  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  ajid  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  17. 

24.  Report  of  the  Postmaster  General,  for  the  year  ended  31st  March,  1912.      Presented  by 

Hon.  Mr.  Pelletier,  3rd  December,  1912.. Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  18. 

25.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  the  Interior,  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  31st  March, 

1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  27th  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  19. 

25a.  Report  of  Chief  Astronomer,  Department  of  the  Interior,  for  year  ending   31st  March, 
1911 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

256.  Annual  Report  of  the  Topographical  Surveys  Branch  of  the  Department  of  the  In- 
terior, 1911-1912.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Crothers,  6th  .Tune,  1913. 

Pritited  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  20. 

25d.  Report  of  progress  of  Stream  Measurements  for  calendar  year  1911. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

26.  Summary  Report  of  the  Geological  Survey  Branch  of  the  Department  of  Mines,  for  the 

calendar  year  1912.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  29th  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

26a.  Summary  Report  of  the  Mines  Branch,  Department  of  Mines,  for   the    calendar  ye.ir 
1911 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessiotial  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  21. 

27.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Indian  Affairs  for  the  year  ended  31st  March,  1912.    Pre- 

sented by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  29th  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

28.  Report  of  the  Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden, 

14th  January,  1913 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  22. 

29.  Report  of  the  Secretary  of  State  of  Canada  for  the  year  ended  31st  March,  1912.      Pre- 

sented by  Hon.  Mr.  Coderre,  3rd  December,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

29a.  Report  of  the  Secretary  of  St-ate  for  External  Affairs  for  the  year  ended  31st  March. 
1912.      Presented  by  Hon.   Mr.  Borden,  25th   November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  23. 

29b.  Report  of  the  work  of  the  Archives  Branch  of  the  Department    of    the  Secretary    ol 
State,  for  the  year  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Coderre,  2nd  June,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

30.  The  Civil  Service  List  of  Canada,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Coderre,  3rd  Dficembe'-, 

1912 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

31.  I'ourth  Annual  Report  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  of  Canada  for  the  period  from 

1st  September,  1911,    to    31st    August,  1912.      Presented    by  Hon.  Mr.  Coderre,  24th 
January,  1913 Printed  for  distribtUion  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  24. 

32.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery,  for  the  fiscal  year 

ended  Slst  March,  1912.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  24th  April,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sissional  papers. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2i— Continued. 

33.  Report  of  the  Joint  Librarians  of  Parliament  for  year  1912.      Presented  by  Hon.  Td» 

Speaker,  31st  November,  1912 Not  printed 

34.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Justice  as  to  Penitentiaries  of  Canada,  for  the    fiscal    year 

ended  31st  March,  1912.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Doherty,  27th  November,  1912. 

Printed  lor  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

35.  Report  of  the  Militia  Council  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  31,st  March,  1913.    Presented  by 

Hon.  Mr.  Huglies,  Hth  January,  1913.  ..Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

36.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Labour  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  31st  March,  1912.     Pre- 

sented by  Hon.  Mr.  CrotlLers,  2Sth  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

36a.  Fifth  Report  of  the  Registrar  of  Boards  of  Conciliation  and  Investigation  of  the  pro 
ceedings  under  "The  Industrial  Disputes  Investigation  Act,  1907,"  for  the  fiscal  year 
ending  31st  March,  1912.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Crothers,  2Slh  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  paper:, 

36c.  Report  of  proceedings  under  the  Combine-s  Investigation  Act,  for  the  year  ended  31st 
March,  1B12 Printed  for  distribtition  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  25. 

37.  Eighth  Annual  Report  of  th.6  Commissioners  of  the  Transcontinental  railway,  for  the 

year  ended  31st  March,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Cochrane,  12th  December,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

38.  Report  of  the  Department  of  the  Naval  Service,  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  31st  March, 

1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  2Sth  November,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers.' 

39.  "  Miscellaneous  Unforeseen  Expenses,"  from  the  1st  April,  to  the  21st  November,  1912, 

in  accordance  with  the  Appropriation  Act  of  1912.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White, 
25th  November,  1912 Not  printed 

40.  Statement  of  Treasury  Board  over -rulings,  under  Section  44,  Consolidated  Revenue  and 

Audit  Act.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  26th  November,  1912 Not  printed. 

41.  Statement  in  pursuance  of  Section  17  of  the  Civil  Service  Insurance  Act,  for  the  yeai 

ending  31st  March,  1912.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  2Gth  November,  1912. 

Not  printed. 

42.  Statement  of  Receipts  and  Expenditures  of  the  Ottawa  Improvement  Commission!  Ko 

31st  March,  1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  26th  November,  1912 Not  printed 

43.  Statement  of  Governor  General's  Warrants  issued  since  the  last  Session  of  Parliament 

on  account  of  1912-13.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  26th  November,  1912. 

Not  printed. 

44.  Statement  of  Superannuation  and  Retiring  Allowances  in  the  Civil  Service  during  the 

year  ending  31st  December,  1912,  showing  name,  rank,  salary,  service,  allowance  and 
cause  of  retirement  of  each  person  superannuated  or  retired,  also  whether  vacancy 
is  filled  by  promotion  or  by  appointment,  and  salary  of  any  new  appointee.    Prosonted 

by  Hoa.  Mr,  WhHo,  2Gth  November,  1912 Not  printed 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  25— Continued. 

45.  Return  (in  so  far  as  the  Department  of  the  Interior  is    concerned)    of    copies    lof   all 

Orders  in  Council,  plans,  papers  and  correspondence  relating  to  the  Canadian  Pacifie 
railway,  which  are  required  to  be  presented  to  the  House  of  Commons,  under  a  Ke*>- 
lution  passed  on  2flth  February,  18S2,  since  the  date  of  the  last  return,  under  sucli 
Resolution.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  2Gth  November,  1912 Not  printed. 

45a.  Return  to  lands  sold  by  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Company  during  th©  year 
which  ended  on  the  1st  October.  1912.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  IJth  January, 
1913 Not  printed 

45b.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  27th 
January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  applications  made  by  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway 
Company  for  authorization  to  make  new  issue  of  stock,  addressed  to  the  Governor  in 
Council,  and  of  all  correspondence  with  regard  to  the  same.  Presented  16th  April, 
1913,  by  Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier Not  printed 

46.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Honse  of  the  18th  March,  1912,.  for  a  copy    of    all  report- 

made  by  the  Inspector  of  Agents  for  placing  Immigrants,  both  domestic  servants  and 
farm  lal>ourers,  in  Ontario  and  Quebec,  during  the  years  1910  and-  1911.  Presemtcd 
27th  November,  1912,  by  Mr.  Sutherland iVot  printed. 

47.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  March,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams and  other  papers  in  connection  with  complaints  of  whatever  naturie  against 
Commission  Agents  for  placing  farm  labourers  in  Ontario,  also  officials  connected  with 
any  agency  in  Ontario,  during  the  year  1910  and  1911.  Presented  27th  November, 
1912    by  Mr.  Sutherland Not  printed 

48.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council  No.  P.  C.  1275,  dated  13th  May,  1912,  "  Award  of  compensation 

to  men  belonging  to  the  Royal  Canadian  Navy,  who  may  be  permanently  disabled 
though  injuries  or  illness  contracted  during  drill,  training  or  on  duty."  Presented 
by  Hon.  Mr.  Hozen,  27th  Novemb-er,  1012 Not  printed. 

48a.  Copies  of  plans  included  in  the  tender  of  Messrs.  Cammel,  Laird  &  Company,  dated 
29th  April  1911,  for  the  construction  of  ships  for  the  Canadian  Naval  Service.  Pre 
sented   by   Hon.   Mr.   Hazen,   ISth   December,   1912 Not  printed. 

48b.  An  Act  respecting  the  Naval  Service  of  Canada."  (Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  No.  P. 
0.  126  dated  20th  January,  1913,  "  Amendment  to  the  Regulations  for  the  Entry  of 
Naval  Cadets)."     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  4th  February,  1913..   ..Not  printed. 

49.  Regulations  under  "  The  Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act."      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr. 

Burrell,  28th  November,  1912 Not  printed. 

60.  Statement  of  the  afiairs  of  the  Royal  Society  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended  30th  April. 
1912.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  29th  November,  1912 iVot  printed. 

51.  Ordinances  of  the  Yukon  Territory  passed  by  the  Yukon  Council  in  the  year  1912.    Pre- 

sented by  Hon.  Mr.  Coderre,  3rd  December,  1913 Not  printed 

52.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette,  between 

1st  August,  1911,  and  30th  September,  1912,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  Sec- 
tion 77  of  the  Dominion  Lands  Act,  Chapter  20  of  the  Statutes  of  Canada,  1908.  Pre- 
sented by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  5th  December,  1912 Not  printed. 

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52a.  Eeturn  of  Orders  m  Council  passed  between  the  1st  August,  1911,  and  30th  September, 
1912,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  Section  5  of  the  Dominion  Land  Survey 
Act,  Chapter  21.  7-8  Edward  VII.     Presented  5th  December,  1912,  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche. 

Not  printed. 

52b.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  hav«  been  passed  and  published  in  the  Canada 
Gazette  and  in  the  British  Columbia  Gazette,  between  1st  August,  1911,  and  30th  Sep- 
tember, 1912,  in  accordance  with  provisions  of  Subsection  (d)  of  Section  3S  of  the 
regulations  for  the  survey,  administration,  disposal  and  management  of  Dominion 
Lands,  within  the  40-mile  Railway  Belt  in  the  Province  of  British  Columbia.  Pre- 
stented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  5th  December,  1912 Not  printed 

52c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  regula- 
tions issued  by  the  Minister  of  the  Interior,  relating  to  the  disposition  of  Dominion 
lands  between  8th  April,  1905,  and  12th  October,  1911.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche. 
25th  March,  1913 Not  printed. 

53.  A  detailed  statement  of  all  bonds  or  securities  registered  in  the  Department  of    the 

Secretary  of  State  of  Canada,  since  last  return  (2Stli  November,  1911)  submitted  to 
the  Parliament  of  Canada  under  Section  32  of  Chapter  19,  of  the  Revised  Statutes  -f 
Canada,  1906.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Coderre,  4th  December,  1912 Not  printed. 

54.  Annual  Return  respecting  Trade  Unions  under  Chapter  125,  E.S.C.,  1906.      Presentel 

by  Hon.  Mr.  Coderre,  4th  December,  1912 Not  printed. 

55.  Deliberation  of  the  Canada-West  Indies  Conference,  and  Agreement  between    Canada 

and  certain  of  the  West  India  Colonies.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Foster,  4th  December, 
1912 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  palters 

56.  Orders  in  Council  passed  between  the  Ist  August,  1911,  and  30th  September,  1912,    in 

accordance  with  the  provisions  of  the  Rocky  Mountains  Park  Act,  Chapter  60,  Re- 
vised Statutes  of  Canada,  1906.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rogers,  4th  December,  1912. 

Not  printed. 

56a.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  passed  between  the  1st  August,  1911,  and  30th  September, 
1912,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  the  Forest  Reserves  and  Park  Act,  Section 
19,  of  Chapter  10,  1-2  George  V.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  5th  December,  1912. 

Not  printed. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  26. 

57.  Report  of  the  Public  Service  Commission.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  9th  Decem- 

ber, 19!2.     Parts  I,  II,  and  III Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27. 

(This  volume  is  bound  in  two  parts). 

57a.  Report  on  tie  organization  of  the  Public  Service  of  Canada,  by  Sir  George  Murray. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  18th  December,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

58.  Report  of  the  proceedings  for  the  preceding  year    of  the    Commissioners  of  Internal 

Economy  of  the  House  of  Commons,  pursuant  to  Rule  9.  Presented  by  Hon.  The 
Speaker,  9th  December,  1912 Not  printed. 

59.  Schedules  of  Trade  Transactions  between  the  West  Indies    and    Canada,  the    Unite'I 

States  and  the  United  Kingdom,  compiled  from  the  West  Indian  blue  books  and  sta 
tistics.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Foster,  12th  December,  1912. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 


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59a.  Trade  Statistics  of  Imports  and  Exports  in  possession  of  tlie  Government,  re  British 
West  Indies.    (Senate) Not  printed. 

60.  Eeturn  showing  correspondence  concerning  the  calling  for  tenders  for  the  Ships  of  War 

of  Canada,  together  with  copies  of  tenders.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  12th  De 
cembcr,  1912 Not  printed. 

61.  Eetnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  Honse  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corres 

pondeuce,  telegrams,  reports  and  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  R 
McDonald,  Heatherton,  Antigonish  County,  as  Indian  agent  for  the  district  including 
the  Counties  of  Antigonish  and  Guysborough,  and  the  appointment  of  his  suceessor. 
Prsented  4th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

61a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Dr.  C.  P.  Bissett,  Physician  to  the  Indians  at  Salmon  River,  Richmond  County,  N.S 
Presented  Uth  January,  1913.— Jl/r.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Michael  Murphy,  postmaster  at  Point  Micheau,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Presentoj 
■1th  January,   1913.— Mr.   Kyte Not  pritited. 

61c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  copy  of  all  changes, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
David  A.  McLeod,  Postmaster  at  Cleveland,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Presented  Uth 
January.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers*, 
letters,  complaints,  telegrams,  reports,  and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the 
Post  Office  Department  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  Milward,  Postmaster  at  Stor- 
mont,  Guysborough  County,  N.S.    Presented  Uth  January,  1913.— Afr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed. 

61c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Kenneth  F.  McAskill,  Postmaster  at  Loch  Lomond,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  PresentC'l 
Uth  January,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61/.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  25th  March, 
1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  memorandums  and  Orders  in  Council,  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  W.  W.  Hayden,  late  wharfinger  of  the  government  wharf 
at  Digby,  Nova  Scotia.     Presented  14th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Maclean  (Halijax). 

Not  printed. 

61g.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  com- 
plaints and  charges  made  against  W.  B.  Langley,  assistant  at  Lobster  HatclTery,  Nova 
Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence  relating  in  any  way  to    his 

dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor.      Presented   Uth  January,  1913. Mr 

Sinclair Not  printed. 

61h.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Fred.  E.  Cox,  engineer  lobster  hatchery  at  Isaac's  Harbour,  Guysborough  County,  N.S., 
and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation    held    by   H.  P.   Duchemin     ir. 

regard  to  the  same.     Presented  Uth  January,  1913.- Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

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61i.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  cooi- 
plaints  and  charges  made  against  Simon  Hodgson,  engineer  lobster  hatchery  at  Isaac  f 
Harbour,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence  relating  id 
any  way  to  his  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor.  Presented  lith  January 
1913.— Mr.  Sinclair ; Not  printed. 

61].  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  chargei, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Henry  Henlow,  chief  engineer  at  lobster  hatchery  at  CansO,  Guysborongh  County,  N.S. 
Presented   14th   January,   1913.— Afr.   Sinclair Not  printed. 

61fc.*  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
H.  C.  V.  LeVatte,  harbour  master  at  Louisburg,  Cape  Breton  South,  N.S.,  and  of 
evidence  taken  and  rejrort  of  investigations  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the 
same.     Presented  14th  January,  1913. — Mr.   Carroll Not  printed. 

61f.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charge's, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
John  Cummings,  assistant  at  the  lobster  hatchery  at  Isaac's  Harbour,  Nova  Scotia, 
and  of  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard 
to   the  same.     Presented  14th  January,   1913.— Mr.   Sinclair Not  printed. 

61m.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
W.  G.  Matthews,  coxswain,  lifeboat  crew  at  Canso,  Guysborongh  County,  N.S.,  and  all 
evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to  the 
same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  I4th 
January,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61n.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 

correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Joseph  Shean,  harbour  master  at  North  Sydney,  N.S.,  in  the  riding  of  North  Capo 
Breton  and  Victoria.    Presented  14th  January,  1913.— Mr.  McKenzie Not  printed. 

61o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
George  H.  Sampson,  keeper  of  the  storm  signal  at  Lower  L'Ardoise,  Richmond  County, 
N.S.     Presented  14th  January,  1913. -Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61p.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  o? 
Alexis  Vigneau,  captain  of  the  patrol  boat  at  Arichat,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Pre- 
sented 14th  January,   1913.— Mr.   Kyte Not  printed. 

6lq.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th  Decem- 
ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence.  Orders  in  Council  and  all  other  papers  or 
documents  in  any  way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of   Emeri  Thivierge,  from   the  posi 
tion  of  fisheries  inspector  for  the  Counties  of  Prescott  and  Bussell.     Presented    14th 
January,  1913.— Mr.  Murphy Not  printed. 

61r.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  all 
the  public  officers  of  the  Inland  Revenue  Department  in  the  County  of  St.  Jean  Iber- 
ville, removed  by  the  present  Government  since  1st  May,  1912,  together  with  the 
names  and  duties  of  such   persons,  the  reasons  of  their  dismissal,    the  nature  of  th« 

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complaints  against  them,  the  names  of  the  persons  who  brought  these  complaints; 
also  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  relating  thereto,  and  bf  the  reports  of  inquiries  in 
the  cases  where  such  have  been  held.     Presented  14th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Demers. 

Not  printed. 
61*.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corres- 
pondence, complaints,  petitions,  memoranda,  notes  of  evidence,  reports  of  investiga- 
tions and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Inland  Revenue 
regarding  the  dismissal  of  J.  Fabien  Bugeaud,  Bonaventure,  Quebec,  assistant  in- 
spector of  weights  and  measures  in  the  Quebec  district,  and  the  appointment  of  hia 
successor  or  successors,  with  the  names,  residence,  salaries  and  duties;  also  of  all 
documents  relating  to  A.  B.  Caldwell,  New  Carlisle,  Quebec,  joint  assistant  inspector 
with  J.  Fabien  Bugeaud,  and  the  duties  assigned  to  him,  together  with  a  copy  of  all 
recommendations  for  said  new  appointment.  Presented  14th  January,  1913. — Mr. 
Marcil  {Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

61t.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th  Decem- 
ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  Orders  in  Council  and  all  other  papers 
or  documents  in  any  way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Duncan  McArthur,  from  the 
Annuities  Branch,  while  the  said  branch  was  attached  to  the  Department  of  Trade 
and  Commerce.    Presented  l5th  January,  1913.— If r.  a/urpfti/ Not  printed. 

61u.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2<)th  February,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  docu- 
ments, letters,  re<3uests,  reports,  recommendations  and  evidence  taken  \inder  investi- 
gation by  Dr.  Shentlifi.  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Charles  O.  Jones,  postmaster  of 
Bedford,  County  of  Missi.squoi.     Presented  15th  January,   1913.— Mr.   Kay. 

Not  printed. 

eic.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  April,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 
grams, complaints  or  other  papers  or  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Govern- 
ment or  any  department  thereof,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Archibald  Barss,  post- 
master. New  Harbour,  West,  Guysborough  County,  N.S.  Presented  15th  January, 
1913.— 3lr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61ir.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corres 
pondence,  docaments,  recommendation  and  other  reports  respecting  the  dismissal  of 
Dr.  A.  Allaire  as  surgeon  of  the  penitentiary  of  St.  Vincent  de  Paul,  and  also  respecc- 
ing  the  payments  of  his  gratuities,  superannuation  or  retiring  allowance.  Presented 
15th  January,  1913.— Mr.  WiUon  {Laval) Not  printed 

Six.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, documents,  recommendations  and  reports  respecting  the  dismissal  of 
Oscar  Beauchamp  as  warden  of  the  penitentiary  of  St.  Vincent  de  Paul,  end  also 
respecting  the  payments  of  his  gratuities,  superannuation  or  retiring  allowance. 
Presented  15th  January.  1913.— Mr.  Wilson  (Laval) Not  printed. 

61|/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
John  McDonald,  freight  handler  and  checker  Intercolonial  railway  at  Sydney  Mines 
Nova  Scotia,  in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidencj 
taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and 
a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  l€th  January, 
191.'5.— Mr.  Mackenzie Not  printed. 

6l2.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
correspondence,  documents  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Allan  Kinney,  of 
Linwood,  Antigonish  County,    Nova  Scotia,  a  sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial    rail- 
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way,  and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  tlie  expenses  in  connection  with  the  investiga- 
tion of  the  charges  against  him.  Presented  16th  January,  1913. — Mr.  ChishoUu 
(Antitjonish) Not  printed. 

Glaa.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
correspondence,  documents  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Charles  Landry, 
of  Pomket,  Antigonish  county.  Nova  Scotia,  a  sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial  rail- 
way, and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  the  expenses  connected  with  the  investigation 
of  the  charges  against  him.  Presented  16th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (.inti 
ginisU) Not  printed. 

61  bb.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  reports,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Patrick  Decoste, 
an  employee  on  the  ferry  steamer  Scotia  between  Mulgrave  and  Point  Tnpper  on  the 
Intercolonial    railway.      Presented    IKth    January,    1913 Not    printed. 

61cc.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Harry  E.  McDonald,  assistant  engineer  at  St.  Peters  Canal,  Richmond  County,  N.S 
Presented  13th  January.  1913.— Mr.  Kyte. 

Gldd.  Return  to  an  order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
papers,  documents,  telegrams,  and  charges  relating  to  a  complaint  against  Neil  Ross 
sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial  railway  at  West  River,  County  of  Pictou,  and  of  tl\e 
evidence  taken  at  the  investigation,  of  the  report  of  the  commissioner  thereon,  and 
of  all  letters,  papers  or  other  documents  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor. 
Presented   16th  January.   1913. — Mr.   Macdonald Not  printed. 

6l£e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letter.-., 
correspondence,  documents  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  Armstrong, 
of  Heatherton,  Antigonish  County,  N.S..  a  sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial  railway, 
and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  the  expenses  connected  with  the  investigation  of  the 
charges  against  him.      Presented   16th  January,   1913.— Mr.   Cltisholm   (.intigonish). 

Not  printed. 

61//.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Thomas  J.  Gray,  as  car 
inspector  on  the  Intercolonial  railway  at  Westville,  County  of  Pictou.  Presented 
16th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

eigg.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corrs 
spondence,  telegrams  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Colin  Macdonald,  of 
James  River  Station,  County  of  Antigonish.  as  Intercolonial  sectionman,  and  the 
appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  16th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  {Anii 
gonish) Not  printed. 

61hh.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  cha^ge'^, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to-the  dismissal  of 
A.  T.  Gannon,  car  repairer  and  inspector  Intercolonial  railway  at  North  Sydney,  Nova 
Scotia,  in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  takeu 
and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a 
detailed  statement  of  the  expenses    of    such  investigation.      Presented  16th  January. 

1913.— IXr.  McKemie Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME   27— Continued. 

61ii.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
correspondence,  documents,  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Huber  Myatte, 
Tracadie,  Autigonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  a  sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial  railway 
and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  the  expenses  connected  with  the  investigation  of  the 
charges  against  him.     Presented  Ifith  January,  19l3. — Mr.  Chisholvi  {Atitigonish). 

Not  printed. 

61;7-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters. 
correspondence,  documents,  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  McDonnell, 
Afton  Station,  Antigonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  a  sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial 
railway,  and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  the  expenses  connected  with  the  investiga 
tion  of  the  charsres  asainst  him.  Presented  17th  January.  191.1. — Mr.  Chisholm  (.■inti 
gonish) Not  printed. 

eifcfe.  Return  to  an  Ord?r  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1911,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
correspondence,  documents  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  William  Landry, 
of  Pomket,  Antigonisih  County,  Nova  Scotia,  a  section  foreman  of  the  Intercoloni-il 
railway,  and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  the  expenses  connected  with  the  investiga- 
tion of  the  charges  againt  him.  Presented  17th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Chisholm  {.Inti 
goiish) Not  printed. 

61//.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charge-, 
correspondence,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of  D.  J. 
McDougall,  section  foreman.  Intercolonial  railway.  Grand  Narrows,  Nova  Scotia,  in 
the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report 
of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement 
of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.    Presented  17th  January.  1913.— Afr.  McKemie. 

Not  printed. 

61  mm.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
misaal  of  Dan.  A.  Cofiey,  locknian  at  St.  Peter's  canal,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and  of 
the  evidence  taken  and  of  the  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in 
regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation;  and 
a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Also,  for  a  copy  of 
all  charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the 
dismissal  of  W.  A.  McNeil,  lockman  at  St.  Peter's  canal,  Richmond  County,  N.S., 
and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  of  the  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duclicmiu 
in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation; 
and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  17tn 
January,  1913. — Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

6lnu.  Rftarn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  o? 
John  P.  Meagher,  foreman  deckhand  on  steamship  Scotia,  Mulgrave,  Guysborough 
County,  N.S.,  and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P. 
Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 
investigation.      Presented    17th    January,    19:3.— Mr.    Sinclair Not    printed. 

Gloo.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams,  evidence  taken,  reports,  4c.,  and  of  all  correspondence  between  the  Post- 
master General  and  officers  of  his  department,  and  James  Gibson,  ex-postmaster  of 
Alameda,  Sask.,  in  connection  with  the  instructions   sent    him  to  hand  the  office  over 

to  E.  Cronk.     Presented  17th  January,  1913.— 3fr.  Turriff Not  printed. 

61;>p.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents  and  correspondence  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Captain  C.  E.  Miller  from 
the   75th    Regiment.     Presented    17th    January,    1913.— 3/r.    Maclein    {Ealifax). 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

Glqq.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, letters  and  telegrams  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  J-  N.  N.  Poirier,  collector 
nf  excise  at  Victoriaville,  Quebec,  and  also  of  the  inquiry  made  by  N.  Garceau,  by 
the  Minister  of  Inland  Revenue,  and  especially  of  two  affidavits  given  by  Ludger 
Frechette    and    Joseph    Faucher.      Presented    17th    January.    1913.— Mr.    Brouillard. 

Not  printed. 

61rr.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charge*, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
Abraham  Astephen,  of  North  Sydney,  N.S.,  interpreter  Imm-igration  Department  at 
North  Sydney,  N.S.,  in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.  Presented 
17th  January,  1913. — Mr.  McKenzie Not  printed. 

Glss.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th  Decem- 
ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence.  Orders  in  Council,  and  all  other  papers  oi 
documents  in  any  way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Robert  Dow  from  the  Immigratior 
Branch  of  the  Department  of  the  Interior  at  Ottawa.  Presented  17th  January,  1913. 
— Mr.  Murphy Not  printed. 

Gltt.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  Ware  of  the  Immi- 
gration Branch  of  the  Interior  Department  at  Halifax,  N.S.  Presented  17th  January, 
1913. — Mr.  Maclean  (Halifax) Not  pritited. 

6li/u.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
Richard  Hickey,  agent  Immigration  Department  at  North  Sydney,  Nova  Scotia,  in 
the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report 
of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  state- 
ment of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  17th  January,  19!3.— Ifr. 
McKenzie Not  printed. 

61i;o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
Pr.  J.  W.  llcljcan,  of  North  .Sydney,  N.S.,  medical  examiner.  Immigration  Depart 
ment  at  North  Sydney,  N.S.,  in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.    Pr^ 
sented   17th  January,   1913. — Mr.   McKenzie Not  printed. 

niutc.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  John  A.  McEea,  lightkeeper,  at  Margaree  Island,  Inverness  County,  Nova 
Scotia,  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in 
regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented    17th    January,    1913. — Mr.    Chisholm    {Inverness) Not    printed. 

eixx.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  !!th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismiss^al  of 
Thomas  Brymer,  lightkeeper  at  Lower  L'Ardoise,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Presented 
17th  January,  1913.— -Hr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

Ciyy.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charge.'* 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Dominique  Boudrot,  buoy  contractor,  at  Petit  de  Grat,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Pre- 
sented 17th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61zr.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charge.t 
correspoD<lcnce,  letters,  telegrajns  and  other  documente  concerning  the  dismissal  oi 
Frederick  F.  Doncet,  keeper  of  the  lighthouse  at  the  entrance  of  the  harbour  of  Cara- 
qnnt.  County  of  Gloucester,  and  the  nomination  of  his  succsssor.  Presented  17th 
January.  1913.— Mr.  Turgeon Not  printed. 

Glaaa.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  ofi  aU 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  W.  H.  Henlow,  keeper  of  storm  drum,  Liscomb,  Guysborough  County,  N.S. 
Presented  17th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

Slbbb.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Wh  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  or 
David  Falconer,  lightkeeper  at  Cariboo  Island,  County  of  Pictou.  Presented  17tli 
January,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald JVof  printed. 

61bbb.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
M.  Wilson  Lawlor,  harbour  commissioner  at  North  Sydney,  Nova  Scotia,  in  the  riding 
(jf  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investi- 
gation held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  17th  January,  1913.— Mr.  McKeniie. 

Not  printed. 

61ddd.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  > .' 
P.  J.  McDonald,  harbour  commissioner  at  North  Sydney,  Nova  Scotia,  in  the  riding 
of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investi- 
gation held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  17th  January,  1913. — Mr.  McKemie. 

Not  printed. 

61eee.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing: 
1.  The  naines  of  all  lightkeepers  in  the  Province  of  Nova  Scotia  who  were  dismissed 
from  office  or  employment  since  10th  October,  1911,  together  with  the  date  of  each  dis- 
missal.    Presented    17th   January,   1913.— Mr.   Maclean    (Halifax) Not  printed. 

Blfff.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  th« 
detail  and  number  of  viismissals  from  public  offices  in  the  Department  of  Marine  and 
Fisheries  to  this  date  in  the  County  of  Bonaventure,  the  names  of  the  dismissed  occu- 
pants, the  reasons  for  their  dismissal,  the  complaints  against  such  officials  and  a  copy 
of  all  correspondence  with  respect  to  the  same,  and  of  all  reports  of  investigationj 
where  such  were  held;  as  well  as  a  list  of  the  new  appointments  made  by  the  depart 
ment,  with  names,  residences,  salaries  and  duties.and  a  copy  of  all  recommendation. 
of  such  appointments.      Presented  17th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Marcil  (Bonaventure). 

Not  printed. 

Glggg.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dii 
missal  of  H.  L.  Tory,  fishery  officer  at  Guysborough,  Guysborough  County,  N.S.,  and 
of  all  evidence  taken,  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard 
to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  the  investigation.  Presented 
17th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

elhhh.  Return  to  an    Order  of  the  House    of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of    all 

charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  docnments  in    the  possession    of 

the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  W.  Davis, 

fishery  officer,  Guysborough,  N.S.     Presented  17th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME   27— Continued. 

61j;7-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4tli  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charge^ 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Martin  Bourque,  lightkeeper  at  Eiver  Bourgeois,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and  of  tht 
evidence  taken  and  of  the  report  of  the  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in 
regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation ; 
and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  17th 
January,  1913.— 3/r.   Kyte Not  printed. 

Gljji-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  ith  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Frederick  Poirier,  buoy  contractor,  at  Descouse,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Presented 
17th  January,   1913. — Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

Blkkk.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers. 
letters,  telegrams  and  petitions  for  and  against  the  dismissal  of  Dr.  George  Pinault, 
as  medical  health  officer  of  the  Mic-Mac  Indian  reserve,  at  Ste.  Anne  de  Restigouche, 
Bonaveuture  County,  Quebec,  and  of  all  documents  relating  to  the  appointment  of  a 
successor,  with  the  name,  residence,  salary  and  duties  of  the  new  appointee.  Pre- 
sented 20th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Marcil Not  printed. 

GllU.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  April,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  &c.,  concerning  the  dismissal  of  Frederick  Veit,  employed  by  the  Department 
of  Marine  and  Fisheries  in  the  County  of  Gaspe.  Presented  20th  January,  1913.— 
Ur.  Lemieux,. I Not  printed. 

Qlmmm.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  April,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
petitions,  complaints,  declarations  and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  De- 
partment of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  Alfred  Laloude, 
employed  in  the  warehouse  of  the  Government  yards  at  St.  Joseph  de  Sorel  and  the 
appointment  of  his  successor.    Presented  20th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Cardin.  .Not  printed. 

61nnn.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  April,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 
telegrams,  complaints  or  other  papers  or  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Govern- 
ment or  any  department  thereof,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  Webber,  light- 
keeper.  Tor  Bay  Point,  N.S.      Presented  20th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed. 

Glooo.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  April,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents 
letters,  inquiries,  reports,  evidence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissal  or  the  resignation 
of  Baptiste  Desjardins  as  lighthouse  keeper  at  Kamouraska.  Presented  30th  January, 
1913. — Mr.   Lapointe   {Kamouraska) Not  printed. 

Slppp.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Angus 
Smith,  pilot  on  the  steamer  Earl  Grey,  and  also  of  all  the  evidence  taken  at  tho  latest 
investigation  held  in  regard  to  the  said  complaints,  and  of  the  report  of  the  investiga 
tion  with  regard  to  the  same.     Presented  20th  January,  1913— il/r.  Macdonald. 

Not  printed. 

Glqqg.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Michael  J.  Sampson,  lightkeeper  at  Lower  L'Ardoise,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Pre- 
sented 20th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

Gl.  rr.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismiseal  of 
William  Hackett,  harbour  commissioner  at  North  Sydney,  Nova  Scotia,  in  the  riding 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investi- 
gation held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  det;ailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  iOth  January,  1913. — Mr.  McKenzie. 

Not  printed. 
Glsss.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and 
Fisheries  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Hormidas  Lacasse,  as  wharfinger  on  the  govern- 
ment wharf  at  Wendover,  County  of  Prescott,  Ontario,  and  the  appointmeut  of  hii 
successor.     Presented  20th  January,  1913.— 3/r.  Proulx Not  printed. 

Glttt.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  docu- 
ments, papers,  evidence  and  correspondence,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Geoffrey  Gor- 
man, coxswain  of  the  lifeboat  station  at  Herring  Cove,  Halifax  County,  N.S.  Pre- 
sented 20th  January,  1913.— Ifr.  Maclean  (Balifax) Not  printed. 

61uuu.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  ail 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Captain  George  Wetmore,  harbour  master  at  Yarmouth,  Yarmouth  County. 
N.S.,  and  the  same  information  regarding  the  appointment  of  Captain  Wetmore 's 
successor, 'and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  Charles  Lane 
in  regard  to  the  same,  also  a  detailed  statement  of  expenses  of  such  Investigatiou. 
Presented  20th  January,  1913. — Mr.   Law Not  printed. 

Qlvvv.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a!l 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Stanley  Henlow,  lightkeeper  at  Liscomb,  Guysborough  County,  N.S.,  and  of 
evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to  the 
same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  20'h 
January,   1913.— Mr.   Sinclair A'ot  printed. 

Qliiu-w.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  H.  C.  V.  LeVatte,  fishery  officer  at  Louisburg,  Cape  Breton  South,  N.S.,  and 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigations  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard 
to  the  same.     Presented  20th  January,  1913.— Mr.   Carroll Not  printed. 

Blxxx.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Elias  M.  Boudrot,  keeper  of  storm  signal  at  Petit  de  Grat,  Richmond  County.. 
N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin 
in  regard  to  the  same  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation ; 
and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  2(ltii 
January,  1913.— Mr  Kyte Not  printed. 

Qlyyy.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dii- 
missal  of  A.  B.  Cox,  Superintendent  of  Reduction  Works  at  Canso,  Guysborougn 
County,  N.S.,  and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P 
Duchemin  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 
investigation.     Presented   20th   January,   1913.— Mr.    Kyte Not   printed. 

61zzz.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  com- 
plaints and  charges  made  against  Jeffrey  Crespo,  sub-collector  of  Customs  at  Harbour 
»n  BoDche,  Antigonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  correspond- 
ence and  reports  relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  a 
successor.     Presented  20th  January,  1913.— 3/r.  Chisholm  {Aniigonish). 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61oo.<ia.  E<>turii  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
papers,  charges  and  correspondence  between  the  Department  of  Cnstoms  and  all  other 
persons  regarding  the  dismissal  from  office  of  Thomas  Cameron,  preventive  officer  at 
Andover,  N.B.,  and  also  of  all  evidence  and  reports  thereon  with  reference  to  the 
dismissal  of  the  said  officer.    Presented  20th  January,  I913.--Mr.  Michavd. 

Not  printed. 

61bb6b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  L.  W.  Pye,  customs  officer  at  Liscomb,  Guysborough  County,  N.S.,  and  of  all 
evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to  the 
same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  20th 
January,   1913.— Mr.   Sinclair N.ot  printed. 

61CCCC.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  com- 
plaints, accusations,  inquiries,  reports,  correspondence,  and  of  all  documents  relating 
to  the  dismissal  of  Lucien  O.  Thisdale,  a  customs  employee  at  Valleyfield,  Quebec,  and 
the  appointment  of  his  successor.     Presented  20th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Papineau. 

Not  printed. 

eidddd.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Uth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  telegrams,  correspondence,  reports,  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
mis:-al  of  Alexander  Macdonald  of  Doctor's  Brook,  Antigonish  County,  as  sub-collector 
of  customs.      Presented  20th  January,  1913.— Mr.   Chishohn   {.Antigonish). 

Not  printed. 

eieeee.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
Henry  Cann,  customs  official  and  preventive  officer  at  North  Sydney,  Nova  Scotia,  in 
the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.  Presented  20th  January,  1913.— Mr. 
McKenzie Not  printed 

eifflf.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  docu- 
ments concerning  the  dismissal  of  Charles  Mennier.  customs  preventive  officer  at 
Mariaville,  Quebec.     Presented  20th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Lemieux Not  printed. 

eigggg-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  al" 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  instructions,  minutes  of  evidence  taken 
and  had  on  any  inquiry  investigation  had,  held  or  taken,  and  of  all  other  papers  an<i 
documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  George  H.  Cochrane,  Collector  of  Customs  at 
the  Port  of  Moncton,  New  Brunswick;  together  with  a  copy  of  all  letters  and  other 
correspondence  between  the  Honourable  Minister  of  Customs,  and  the  member  repre- 
senting the  County  of  Westmorland,  New  Brunswick,  in  this  House,  and  of  all  letters, 
papers,  telegrams,  recommendations,  appointments,  or  other  papers  and  documents 
relating  to  the  appointment  of  a  collector  of  customs  to  succeed  the  said  George  H. 
Cochrane.     Presented   20th    January,   1913.- Mr   Enimei-son Nfit   printed. 

elhhhh.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  January,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, documents,  recommendations  and  reports  respecting  the  dismissal  of  C 
Michaud,  postmaster  at  St.  Germain,  Kamouraska,  and  the  appointment  of  his  sue 
cfsjor.     Presented  20th  January,  1913.— Mr.   Lapointe   (Kamouraska)..    ..Not  printed. 

eiiiii.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  25th  March,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams  and  other  documents,  and  of  all  complaints  or  accusations  relating  in  any 
manner  to  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  EmUe  Archambault,  letter  carrier  of  Montreal,  and 
a  copy  of  the  inquiry,  and  of  the  report  of  the  inquiry  held.    Presented  20th  January, 

1913.— Mr.  Seguin Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61j;7l-  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges, 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Norman  Morrison,  postmaster  at  Ferguson's  Lake,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Pre- 
sented 21st  January,  1913. — Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

eHikkli.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  D.  J.  McKillop,  postmaster  at  McKillop,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Presented 
21ft  January,  1913.— if r.  Kyte.. Not  printed. 

611111.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  January,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, papers  and  reports  in  connection  with  the  investigation  recently  held  at 
t!ie  Ste.  Agathe  post  office.  County  of  Terrebonne.  Presented  21st  January,  1913. — Mr. 
Lmieux A'ot  printed. 

eimmmm.  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  th«  dis- 
missal of  Bertie  Boudrot,  lightkeeper  at  Ponlamon,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and  of 
the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to 
the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation,  aj^d  a  copy 
of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  22nd  January, 
1913.-.Vr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

Clnnnii.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Ist  April,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams  and  other  documents  and  of  all  complaints,  accusations  and  requests  for 
inquiry,  relating  in  any  manner  to  the  lighthouse  keepers  of  Repentigny,  P.Q.,  Messrs. 
Leon  Rivest,  J.  B.  Lachapelle  and  Louis  Dubois,  since  21st  September  last;  also  a  copy 
of  the  inquiry  and  the  report  of  the  inquiry  held  in  the  matter.  Presented  22nd  Jan- 
uary, 1913.— If r.  Seguin Not  printed. 

6I0000.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  telegrams,  letters,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  L.  P.  Carignan,  forest 
ranger  in  the  constituency  of  Champlain,  Quebec.  Presented  24th  January,  1913. — 
Mr.  Maclean  (Halifax) Not  printed. 

61.r)/)pp.  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  Houp*  of  the  jth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, complaints,  petitions,  memoranda,  notes  of  evidence,  letters,  reports  of 
investigations  and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Customs, 
relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  S.  Harvey,  preventive  officer.  New  Richmond,  Que- 
bec; W.  L.  Kempffer,  preventive  officer  at  Paspebiac,  Quebec;  J.  Herbert  Sweetman, 
preventive  officer  at  Port  Daniel,  Quebec;  J.  B.  Le  Blanc,  preventive  officer,  at  Carle- 
ton,  Quebec;  J.  Nadeau,  preventive  officer,  Nouvelle,  Quebec,  as  well  as  a  copy  of  all 
re^oE^endations  made  regarding  the  appointment  of  their  various  successors  and  the 
names,  salaries,  duties  and  residences,  with  a  copy  of  their  instructions.  Presented 
24th  January,  1913.— 3/r.  Marcil Not  printed. 

Sl'iqqq.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  19!2,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  i:e!ative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  William  Marsh,  preventive  officer  at  Little  Pond,  Sydney  Mines,  in  the  rid- 
ing of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.   Presented  24th  January,  1913. — Mr.  McKemic. 

Not  printed. 

SlTrr.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  telegrams,  and  petitions,  for  and  against  the  dismissal  of  Duncan  McDonald, 
preventive  officer  of  customs  at  Athelstan,  County  of  Huntingdon;  also  a  copy  of  the 
report  of  investigation  and  evidence  submitted  to  investigating  commissioner.  Pre- 
sented 24th  January,  1913.— 3/r.  Robb Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

eissss.  Eeturn  t-o  an  Address  to  His  Eoyal  Hishness  the  Governor  General  of  the  11th 
December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  orders  in  council,  telegrams, 
letters,  &c.,  relating,  to  the  dismissal  from  office  of  Lemuel  Bent,  late  Collector  of 
Customs  at  Oxford,  N.S.      Presented  2-)th   January    1913.— Jl/r.  Maclean    (Ealijax). 

Not  printed, 

eilttt.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Uth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Pascal  Poirier,  Collector  of  Customs  at  Descouse,  Eichmond  County,  N.S., 
and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in 
regard  to  the  same  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  ext)enses  of  such  invesbigation; 
and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  jsucoeissar.  Prasantad 
2tth  January,  1913.— Hr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

Bluuuii.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  reports  and  other  documents  concerning  the  dis- 
missal of  Donald  J.  Hachey,  Collector  of  Customs  at  Bathurst,  County  of  Gloucester, 
and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  24th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Turgeon. 
.  ^  Not  printed. 

QXvvvv.  Eeturn  to  an  Address  to  His  Eoyal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  Oie  4th 
December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  orders  in  council,  and  ^a.l'Ij  t>thi»r 
papers  or  documents  in  any  way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  Maher,  from  the 
service  of  the  Customs  Department  at  Montreal.  Presented  21th  January,  1913.— Mr. 
Murphy Not  printed. 

Bltcuww.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  docoments  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Peter  Fougere,  preventive  and  customs  officer  at  Petit  de  Grat,  Eichmond 
county,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P. 
Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  tlie  expenses  of  such 
investigation;  and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor. 
Presented  24th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte ^iVot  printed. 

Slxxxx.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  Deeomber,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  «tk-er  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  James  Grantmyre,  preventive  officer  at  Little  Bras  D'or,  N.S.,  in  the  riding 
of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.     Presented  24th  January,  1913.— Mr.  UcKcmie. 

Not  printed. 

Slyyyy-  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing 
all  the  employees  on  the  Soulanges  Canal  who  have  been  dismissed  from  their  duties 
''ince  the  2lst  September,  1911,  by  whom  each  of  these  employees  has  been   replace<l, 
and     for     what     causes    were    they    dismissed.      Presented     27th     January, 1913. — Mr. . 
Biyer Not  printed. 

61?22Z.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15fh  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letter.-., 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat 
ing  to  the  dismissal  of  Andrew  Melville,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario.  Presented 
27th  January,   1913.— Mr.  Proulx Not  printed. 

Haaaaa.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou.se  of  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letterc, 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  George' Short,  canal  bridgetender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario.  Pre- 
sented a7tli  January,   1913.— Mr.    Guthrie Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  21— Continued. 

SXbhbbh.  R*tnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  N.  Broderick,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario.  Pro- 
sen'ed  2rth  January,  1913.— ifr.  McMillan iVof  printed. 

QXccccc.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  loth  January,  19!3,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  Thomas  McLatchie,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario.  Pre- 
sented 2.'th   January,   19;3.— iJ/r.   GraJiam Not  printed. 

61ddddd.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Elgin  McLaughlin,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario. 
Presented  27th   January,   1913. — Mr.  Emtnerson Not  printed. 

61eeece.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  loth  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  Robert  Robertson,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario.  Presented 
27th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Lemieux .Yot  printed. 

611} f if.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  loth  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
documents,  telegrams,  rep-orts,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  William  L.  Gladstone,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario.  Pre- 
sented 27th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Pugsley ^Not  printed. 

Slggggg.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Byron  VanCamp,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario. 
Pre-euted   7th   January,   1913.— A/r.   Murphtj Not   printed. 

eihhhhh.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Samuel  English,  canal  bridge  tender  at  Cardinal, 
Ontario.     Presented  27th  January,  1913.— Jfr.  Carvell Not  printed. 

61i>iti.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  Edward  F.  Moran,  locktender  at  Cardinal,  Ontario.  Pre.sented 
27th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Oticer Not  printed. 

STiiiii-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 
correspondence,  documents  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  William  R.  P»u- 
gere,  of  Frankville,  Antigonish  County,  N.S.,  a  sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial  rail 
way,  and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  the  expenses  connected  with  the  investigations  if 
the  charges  agiwnst  him.     Presented  27th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Antigmiiih) 

Not  printed. 

eikkkkk.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  correspondence,  documents  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John 
Melanson,  of  Afton,  Antigonish  County,  N.S.,  a  sectionman  on  the  Intercolonial  rail- 
way, and  for  a  statement  in  detail  of  the  expenses  connected  with  the  investigatiou 
of  the  rfiarges  against  him.  Presented  27th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  {.intigonisk). 

Not  printed. 

61(I(iI.  Return  to  «n  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Ronald  D.  McDonald,  fishery  overseer,  at  Broad  Cove,  Inverness  Goauty, 
Nova  Scoiia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P. 
Duchemin  in  regard  to  the  sam«;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 
investigation.      Presented  27lh  January,   1913.— Mr.   Chisholm   {Inverness). 

Not  printei. 
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COITTENTS  OF  VOLTIME  27 —Continued. 

i\mmmmm.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  'House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  aU 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dii- 
missal  of  John  McLean,  fishery  officer  at  Gabarouse,  Cape  Breton  South,  N.S.,  and  of 
evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigations  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to 
the  same.     Presented  27th  January,  1913— 3/r.  Carroll Not  printed. 

einnnnn.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hoose  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  A.  R.  Forbes,  fishery  overseer  at  North  Sydney,  Nova  Scotia  in  the  ridinf, 
of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investi- 
gation held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  tte 
expenses  of  such  investigation.      Presented  27th  January,  1913.— Mr.  McKenzie. 

Not  printed. 

6100000.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre 
spondence,  letters,  telegrams,  complaints,  petitions,  and  other  documents  concerning 
the  dismissal  of  Sebastien  Savoie,  superintendent  of  the  lobster  hatchery  at  Shippigan. 
Gloucester  County,  N.B.,  and    the    appointment    of    his    successor.     Presented  27th 
January,  1913.— Mr.   Turgeon Not  printed. 

eippppp.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  al! 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telsgrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  D.  S.  Hendsbee,  weigher,  reduction  works,  Canso,  Guysborough  County. 
N.S.,  and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin 
in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  saich  investigation. 
Presented  27th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

Olqqqqq-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  al! 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
Silssal  of  M.  Muce,  lightkeeper  at  Cheticamp  Island,  Inverness  County,  Nova  Scotia, 
and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in 
regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented    29th    January,    1913.— Mr.    Chi^holm    (Inverness) Not    printed. 

eirrrrr.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  la  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendatioBs  in  any  way 
relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Dr.  J.  D.  R.  Williams,  collector  of  canal  tolls  at  Cardinal, 
Ontario,  and  of  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  30th  January,  1913.— 
Mr.  McMillan.. Not  printed. 

Qlsssss.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of  John  W. 
Bohan,  preventive  officer    at    Bath,   Carleton  County,   N.B.     Presented  3rd  February, 

1913.— Mr.   Carvell Not  printed. 

61ttttt.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  correspondence,  Ac,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  J.  V.  Smith,  sub-collector 
of  cvstoms  at  Wood's  Harbour,  Shelbnrne  County,  N.S.    Presented  3rd  February,  1913. 

— ^Mr.  Law Not  printed. 

61UUUUU.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  tor  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of 
John  T.  Fleming,  customs    officer    at    Debec,  Carleton  County,  N.B.      Presented  3rd 

February,   1913. — Mr.   Carvell Not  printed. 

eivvvvv.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of 
Matthias  Meagher,  preventive  officer  at  Debec,  Carleton  County,  N.B.      Pre';nn|prl    ."ird 

February    1913.— Mr.  Carvell Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

Gluririnrw.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou^e  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  al' 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  complaints,  and  of  the  eridence  given  at  investi- 
gation, if  one  was  held,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  A.  J.  Gosselin,  acting  preven- 
tive officer  of  customs  at  St.  Albans,  Vermont,  through  the  port  of  St.  Arm,and, 
County  of  Missisquoi.     Tresented  4th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Kay Not  printed. 

Qlxxxxx.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  aU 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  and  petitions  for  and  against  the  dismissal  of  James  W. 
Bannon,  preventive  officer  of  customs  at  St.  Agnes  de  Dundee,  County  of  Huntingdon 
also  a  copy  of  the  report  of  investigation  and  evidence,  if  any,  submitted  to  investi- 
gating commissioner.      Presented  4th   February,   1913.— Mr.   Uobb Not  printed. 

Slyyyyy.  Return  .to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing 
the  number  of  postmasters  that  have  been  dismissed  in  the  County  of  Picton  since 
1st  October,  1911 ;  the  names  of  the  postmasters  who  have  been  appointed  to  succeed 
them ;  the  causes  of  the  dismissals  and  all  complaints  and  correspondence  with  respect 
to  same,  and  of  all  reports  of  investigation  where  investigations  have  been  held.  Pre- 
sented 4th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

6Xzz!!z.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th 
December,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  orders  in  council,  and  all  other 
pai>ers  or  documents  in  any  way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  Murphy  from  the 
position  of  postmaster  at  Tweed,  Ontario.  Presented  4th  February,  1913.— Afr. 
iliirp}iy Not  printed. 

61  (6a).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  re- 
lating to  the  dismissal  of  H.  B.  Easton,  immigration  agent  at  Prescott,  Ontario-  Pre- 
sented 4th   February,   1913.— Mr.   Murphy Not  printed. 

61  (6b).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  19IS,  for  a  copy  of  all  letteis, 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  B.  Hughes,  immigration  agent  at  Prescott,  Ontario.  Presented 
4th  February,  1913- — Mr.  Oliver Not  printed. 

61  (6c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  191S,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any  way  relat- 
ing to  the  dismissal  of  George  Walsh,  immigration  agent  at  Prescott,  Ontario.  Pre 
sented  4th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Oliver Not  printed. 

61  (6d)-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  pape.-s, 
letters,  telegram^;,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of  Nerwton  S. 
Dow,  immigration  agent  at  McAdam  Junction,  York  County,  N.B.  Presented  4th 
February,  1913.— Mr.  Carvell ^'ot  printed. 

61  (6e).  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of  Oliver 
Hemphill,  immigration  agent  at  Debec,  Carleton  County,  N.B.  Presented  *th  Feb- 
ruary, 1913.— Mr.  Carvell Not  printed. 

61  (6/)-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Martin  Johnston,  preventive  officer  at  Rea  Islands,  Richmond  County,  N.S 
Presented  Wh  February.  1913.— Mr.  Kyte „.,„..  ^   ..Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME   21— Continued. 

61  (6r7).  Return  to  -an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOtli  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  -lU 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  respecting  the  dismissal  of  J. 
E.  Phaneuf,  postmaster  of  St.  ILugues,  County  of  Bagot.  Presented  6th  February, 
1913.— Mr.  Marcile Not  printed 

61  (tih).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  ofi  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dio- 
missal  of  Murdock  McCutcheon,  postmaster  at  Sonora,  Guysborough  County,  N.S., 
and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  Mr.  H.  P.  Duchemin,  iu 
regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented  6th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed 

61  (6i).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dii- 
missal  of  Duncan  Gillies,  fishery  overseer  at  Baddeck,  C.B.,  in  the  riding  of  North 
Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  i-eport  of  investigation  held 
by  H.  P.  D.uchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of 
such  investigation.      Presented  7th  February,  1913. — Mr.  McKenzie Not  printed. 

61  (6;).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  foi  a  copy  of  all  com- 
plaints, accusations,  correspondence,  petitions  and  of  all  documents  and  reports  re- 
specting the  dismissal  of  Antonio  Leduc,  postmaster  of  St.  Timothee»  in  the  County  nf 
Beauiarnois  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  7th  February,  1913.-  - 
Ifr.  Papineau Not  printed. 

Gl  (fit).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Eoyal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th 
December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  the  recommendation  to  council,  the  order  in  council,  all 
correspondence  with  the  government  or  any  member  thereof,  and  of  all  letters,  docu- 
ments and  papers  in  any  way  connected  with  the  dismissal  of  Charles  Arthur  Bow- 
man from  the  engineering  branch  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals.— Mr. 
Clark  (Bed  Deer) Not  printed. 

61  (61).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  evidence,  reports,  letters,  correspondence,  Ac,  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Elnathan  D.  Smith,  fishery  overseer.  Shag  Harbour,  Shelburne  Caunty, 
N.S.     Presented  11th  February.  1923. -Mr.  Law Not  printed. 

Gl  (6m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ail 
charges,  correspondence,-letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Donald  McAulay,  lightkeeper,  Plaister,  Baddeck  Bay,  C.B.,  riding  of  North 
(;ape  Brtton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation 
held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.      Presented  11th  February,  1913. — Mr.  UcKenzie. 

Not  printed. 

61  (6n).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  letters,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John 
Fredericks,  lightkeeper  at  East  Jordan,  Shelburne  County,  N.S.  Presented  llth 
February,  1913.— Mr.  Law Not  printed. 

61  (Co).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913.  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  letters,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissa'  of  John 
Fredericks,  wharfinger  at  East  Jordan,  Shelburne  County,  N.S.      Presented  llth  Feb 

ruAry.  I913.-Mr.  Law jy^j  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME   27— Continued. 

61  (6p).  Return  to  an  Order  of  tlie  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  letters,  correspondence,  ic,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  0 
Morrison,  harbcur  master  at  Shelburne,  N.S.  Presented  11th  Febru-ary,  1913.— Jr**. 
Madean  (Halifax) Not  printed. 

61  iG;).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Captain  Roderick  McDonald,  tide  waiter,  at  Big  Bras  D'Or,  riding  of  Nortli 
Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investiga- 
tion held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  11th   February,  1913. — Mr.  UcKenzie. 

Not  printed. 

61  (Cr).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis 
missal  of  James  Maloney,  customs  officer  at  Dingwall,  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton 
and  Victoria,  X.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by 
H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  o* 
such  investigation.      Presented  11th  February,  1913.— if r.  ilcKenzie Not  printed. 

61  (6s).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Hugh  D.  McEachern,  customs  officer  at  north  side  East  Bay,  Cape  Breton, 
in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and 
report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed 
statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  11th  February,  1913.— Mr. 
UcEsnzie jVot  printed. 

61  (6().  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  evidence,  reports  and  correspondence  relating  to  the  dismissal  j: 
Thos.  H.  Hall,  sub-collector  of  customs  at  Sheet  Harbour,  N.S.  Presented  Uth  Feb- 
ruary, 1913— Mr.  Maclean  (Halifax) Not  printed. 

61  (6u).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  i'l 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  J.  A.  McNeil,  customs  officer  at  Grand  Narrows,  Nova  Scotia,  in  the  ridias 
of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investi- 
gation held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.      Presented  11th  February,  1913.— ifr.  McKen:ie. 

Not  printed. 

61  (6c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Honse  of  the  9th  December,  1912.  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  George  Burcliell,  custom  house  officer  at  Sydney  Mines,  Nova  Scotia,  in  fie 
riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of 
investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  ^f 
the  expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  11th  February,  19:3. — Mr.  McKenzic. 

Not  printed. 

61  (Cif).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913.  for  a  copy  of  ail 
papers,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence-  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  W.  H.  Saver,  collector  of  customs  at  Cardinal,  Ont., 
and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.      Presented  11th  February,  I9I3. — Afr.  McMillan. 

Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME  27-Contu,ued. 

61  (6x).  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  tbe  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
Captain  George  Livingstone,  custom  officer  at  Big  Bras  D'Or,  Cape  Breton,  in  the 
riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  o( 
investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same  and  a  detailed  statement  ot 
the  expenses  of  such  investigation.      Presented  11th  February,  1913. — Mr.  McKenzie. 

Not  printed. 

61  (y).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  •  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  reports  and  other  documents  and  papers  relating  to  the  dismissal  oi 
H.  Lacnese,  ae  postmaster  at  Wendover,  County  of  Prescott,  Ontario,  and  the  appoint 
ment  of  his  successor.      Presented  13th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Prmdx..    ..Not  printe'l 

61  (6z).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  cor-? 
spondence  and  other  papers  connected  with  the  removal  of  Harry  A.  Drigg,  from  the 
position  of  postmaster  at  Grassey  Lake,  Alberta.  Presented  13th  February,  1913.-- 
Mr.  Buchanan Not  printed 

61  (7a).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th 
December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  memoranda,  orders  in  council,  and  corre- 
spondence relating  to  the  dismissal  of  A.  H.  Stratton,  late  postmaster  at  Peter- 
borough,  Ont.      Presented  17th   February,   1913. — Mr.  Maclean   (Balijax). 

Hot  printed 

61  (7b).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOlh  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Henry  Burrell,  postmaster,  Yarmouth  North,  Yarmouth  County,  N.S.,  and 
the  same  information  regarding  the  appointment  of  Henry  Burrell's  successor,  and 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  Charles  Lane  in  regard  to 
the  same,  also  a  detailed  statement  of  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  18th 
February,  1913.— Mr.  Law Not  printed. 

61  (7c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing 
all  the  postmasters  dismissed  by  the  present  government  in  the  County  of  Gloucester, 
the  names  of  such  persons,  the  reasons  f  -r  their  dismissal,  nature  of  the  charges  made 
against  them;  also  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  connected  with  it,  and  reports  o* 
investigations  in  oases  where  such  investigations  were  instituted.  Presented  ISth 
February,  1913.— Afr.  Turgeon A'of  printed. 

61  (7d).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Dr.  Charles  A.  Webster,  port  physician  at  Yarmouth,  County  of  Yarmouth, 
N.S.,  and  the  same  information  regarding  the  appointment  of  Dr.  Webster's  suc- 
cessor.     Presented  18th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Law Xot  printed 

61  (7e).  R«turii  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ail 
letters,  papers,  charges  and  correspondence  between  the  Department  of  Marine  and 
Fisheries  and  all  other  persons,  regarding  the  dismissal  of  Jos.  Lord,  keeper  of  light- 
houses at  Pointe  a  la  Mule  on  the  River  Richelieu,  Parish  of  St.  Blaise,  County  of 
Saint  Jean  and  Iberville  and  of  all  reports  thereon  with  reference  to  the  dismissal  of 
the  said  Mr.  Lord.     Presented  19th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Demers Kot  printed. 

61  (7/).  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  petitions  concerning  the  dismissal  of  Henri 
Friolet,  wharfinger  at  Caraquet,  and  Richard  Southwood,  wharfinger  and  agent  of  the 
Storm  Signal  Service  at  Bathurst,  Gloucester  County,  N.B.,  and  the  appointment  of 
their  successors.     Presented  19H>  February,  1913. — Mr.  Turgeon..  „  ..  ..Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLTTME  27— Continued. 

61  ("a).  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  aU 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrajns,  reports  and  other  dooiments,  respecting  the  re- 
moval of  Joseph  L.  Robichaod,  ligUthouse  keeper  at  Miscou,  County  of  Gloucester 
and  the  appointment  of  hia  successor;  also  of  all  correspondence  respecting  the 
engagement  of  the  engineer  of  fog  alarm  system  attached  to  that  station,  and  the 
certificates  required  by  the  Ministar  of  Marine,  showing  the  competence  of  that  engi- 
neer; with  the  names  of  the  new  keeper  and  of  the  said  engineer  and  their  ages.  Pre 
sented  19th  February,  1913.— if r.  Turgeon Not  printed 

61  (7/i).  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Captain  Pope  as  lighthouse  keeper  at  Scat.arie,  Cape  Breton  South,  N.S.. 
and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  iii 
regard  to  the  same.      Presented  19th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Carroll..   ..   ..Not  printed 

61  ("«■).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Captain  W.  W.  Lewis,  as  shipping  master  at  Louisburg,  Cape  Breton  South. 
Nova  Scotia,  and  of  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duch  •- 
min,  in  regard  to  the  same.      Presented  19th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Carroll. 

Not  printed. 

61  (7j).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  show 
ing  the  names  of  postmasters  that  have  been  dismissed  in  the  County  of  Bonaventure 
since  1st  October,  1911;  the  names  of  the  postmasters  who  have  been  appointed  to 
succeed  them;  the  causes  of  the  dismissals  and  a  copy  of  all  comp'aints  and  corre- 
spondence with  respect  to  same,  and  of  all  reports  of  investigations  where  such  have 
been  held,  with  the  reasons  given  for  not  holding  any  such  investigation,  when  not 
held.      Presented  19th  February,  1913.— i/r.  Marcil Not  printed 

61  (Vfc).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  George  Hincs,  lighthouse  keeper  at  South  Ingonish,  riding  of  North  Cape 
Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held 
by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses 
of  Such  investigation.      Presented  20lh  February,   1913.— .A/ r.   McKemie..Not  printed. 

61  (71).  Retnrn  to  an  Order  .of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  show- 
ing a  list  of  the  lighthouse  keepers  removed  by  the  present  government  in  the  County 
of  Two  Mountains,  the  names  of  such  persons,  the  reasons  for  their  dismissal,  the 
nature  of  the  complaints  made  against  them ;  also  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  and 
petitions  relating  thereto,  and  reports  of  inquiries  in  the  cases,  where  such  have  been 
held ;  and  also  the  names  of  their  successors.  Presented  20th  February,  1913.— Jfr. 
EtJiicr Not  printed. 

61  i7m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  19)3,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Archibald  McDonald,  preventive  officer  at  Mull  River,  Inverness  Countr, 
Nova  Scotia.    Presented  20th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Chisholm  (Inverness).. Not  printed. 

61  (7n).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  correspondence  on  file  referring  to  the  dismissal  of  Donald  Chisholm,  of  Tr<\- 
cadie,  in  the  County  of  Antigonish,  as  preventive  officer.  Presented  20th  February. 
1913.— Mr.  Chisholm  (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Contmued. 

61  (7o).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  al' 
letters,  telegrams,  reports  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of  Edward 

C.  Humphreys,  of  Trenton,  N.S.,  as  an  officer  of  the  Inland  Revenue  Department  and 
to  the  appointment  of  his  euccessor.     Presented  20th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Macdonald 

Not  printed. 

61  (7p).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis 
missal  of  H.  J.  Fixott,  port  physician  at  Arichat,  Richmond  County,  N.S.  Presented 
21st  February,  1913. — Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61  (~q).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents   relating  to  the  dismissal    of 

D.  Morin  as  postmaster  of  St.  Pie  de  Bagot,  County  of  Bagot.      Presented  21st  Feb- 
ruary,  1913.— 3Xr.  Marcil   (Bagot) Not   printed 

61  (7r).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  investigations  and  papers  generally  concerning  the  dismissal  of 
Ernest  Paquin,  postmaster  of  St.  Cecile  de  Levrard,  County  of  Nicolet.  Presented 
21st  February,  1913.— Mr.  Lemieux Not  printed 

61  (7s).  Return  to  ail  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  ITt'i 
February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  complaints  and  charges  made  against  John  R.  Mc 
Donald,  Indian  agent  at  Heatherton,  Antigonish  County,  of  the  recommendations  t 
council  and  of  the  order  in  council  made  thereon,  and  of  all  letters,  correspondence, 
and  documents  connected  in  any  way  with  his  dismissal.  Presented  25th  February. 
1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (.intigonish) Not  printed 

61  (7().  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
misstj  of  Joseph  Day,  customs  officer  at  Little  Bras  D'Or,  C.B.,  in  the  riding  of  North 
Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held 
by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  &  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of 
such  investigation.      Presented  25th  February,  1913.— If r.  UcKenzie iVol  printed. 

81  (7u).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  Sgi-h 
January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  complaints  against  Duncan  McLeod,  appraiser  of  cus 
toms  at  Sherbrooke,  Province  of  Quebec,  of  all  information  obtained  as  to  his  con 
duct  through  seizures  of  goods  by  special  officers  of  customs  and  by  investigation;  o' 
all  reports  of  investigation ;  of  the  order  in  council  dismissing  said  Duncan  McLeod ; 
and  of  all  correspondence  between  him  and  the  Department  of  Customs.  Presented 
25th  February,  1913.- Mr.  McCrae Noi^printcd. 

61  {7v).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence,  iSrc,  given  at  the  investigation  or  investigation.-. 
and  of  reports  of  such  investigations,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Edouard  D 
Chiasson,  sub-collector  of  customs  at  Lameque,  Gloucester  County,  and  the  appoint 
ment  of  his  successor.     Presented  25th  February,  1913.— -Ur.  Ttirgeon..   ..Not  printed. 

61  (7h).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Honse  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of 
George  F.  Briggs,  customs  officer  at  Mc.^dam  Junction,  York  County,  N.S.     Presented 

25th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Carvell Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (7j).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  Jannary,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  William  A.  Duan,  lightkeeper  at  Green  Island,  Richmond  County,  Nora 
Siotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investig:ition  held  by  II.  P.  Duchemin, 
in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented  25th  February.  1913.— Afr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61  (?!/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  al' 
papers,  charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to 
the  dismissal  of  Thomas  Cameron,  preventive  officer  at  Andover,  N.B.,  and  of  the 
evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  Mr.  E.  T.  C.  Knowles,  in  connec- 
tion with  the  same.      Presented  26th  February,  1913. — Mr.  ilicbaud Not  printed. 

61  (7s).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January.  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  com 
plaints  and  charges  made  against  Joseph  McDonald,  late    of    the    customs    office  al 
Sydney,  Cape  Breton,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams    and    correspondence 
relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.      Presented 
2Cth  February,  1913.— Afr.  Carroll Not  printed 

61  (Sa).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  com- 
plaints and  charges  made  against  Angus  McGillivray,  lale  of  customs  office  at  Glace 
Bay,  Cape  Breton  Sorth.  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspond 
ence  relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Pre 
eented  26th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Carroll Not  printed. 

61  (8b).  Return  to  an  Ordfr  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  aM 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Roderick  Bain,  boatman  at  New  Campbellton,  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton 
and  Victoria,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  the  investigation  held  by 
H.  P  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  with  a  detailed  statement  of  expenses  of  such 
investigation.    Presented  26th  February,  1913.— Afr.  MeKemie Not  printed. 

61  (8c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  W.  A.  Scott,  lockmaster  at  Cardinal,  Ontario,  and  of 
the  appointment  of  his  successor.      Presented  27th  February,  1913.— Mr.  McMillan. 

Not  printed. 

61  (8d).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Bert  Johnson,  lockman  at  Nicholson.  Ontario.  Pre- 
sented 27th  February,  1913.— A/r.  Tiirgeon Not  printed. 

61  (8e).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  Merrifield.  lockmaster  at  Burritts  Rapids,  Ont., 
and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.     Presented  27th  February,  1913.— A/r.  Ous/ioim. 

Not  printed. 

61  (8/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Neil  Cunimings.  lockmaster  at  Cardinal,  Ontario, 
and  of    the    appointment    of    his    successor.      Presented    27th     February.  1913.— A/r. 

McMillan Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (Sg).  Rctnm  to  an  Order  of  the  Honse  of  the  29th  Jaimary,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  papers,  charges  and  correspondence  between  the  Department  of  Railways 
and  Canals  and  all  other  persons,  regarding  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  ^ran5^ois  Chagnon, 
lockkeeper  at  Saint  Jean,  Connty  of  Saint  Jean  and  Iberville,  and  of  all  reports 
thereon  with  reference  to  the  dismissal  of  the  said  Mr.  Chagnon.  Presented  27th 
Febrnary,  1913. — Mr.  Demers Not  printed. 

61  (8(i).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Neil  McNeil,  bridge  tender.  Intercolonial  railway,  at  Grand  Narrows  in  the 
riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.  Presented  27th  February,  1913. — Mr. 
McKenzie Not  printed. 

61  (8»).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  di» 
missal  of  Archibald  McKenzie,  sectionman.  Intercolonial  railway,  at  Grand  Narrows, 
in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.  Presented  27th  February,  1913.— 
Mr.  McKemie Not  printed. 

61  (8}).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  Jan-nary,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  John  Fraser,  bridge  tender.  Intercolonial  railway,  at  Grand  Narrows,  in  the 
riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.  Presented  27th  February,  1913. — Mr. 
McKemie Not  printed. 

61  (8fc).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Honse  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Demetrius  Crozier,  lockman  at  Merrickville,  Ontario. 
Presented  27th   February,   1913.— Mr.   Proulx Not  printed. 

61  (81).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hoiise  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  af, 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Patrick  Cussuk,  lockman  at  Merrickville,  Ontario 
Presented  27th  Febrnary,  1913.— Mr.  Michcuud Not  printed. 

61  (8m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27lh  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  anv 
way  relatii>g  to  the  dismissal  of  Joseph  H.  Webster,  lockman  at  Nicholson,  Ontario. 
Presented  27th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Pacaud Not  printed. 

61  (8h)-  R«turn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  an/ 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Cyrus  O'Neil,  lockman  at  Nicholson,  Ontario.  Pre 
sented  27th  February,  1913.- Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61  (8o).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  corrfspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relatiug  to  the  dismissal  of  Michael  Laughtin,  bridgeman  at  Burritts  Rapids. 
Ontario.     Presented  27th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Paptncoti Not  printed. 

61  (8p).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  John  McKay,  bridgeman  at  Becketts,  Ontario.  Pre- 
sented 27th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Lanctot Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27~Continued. 

61  (Sq).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Edward  Proctor,  lockman  at  Burritts  Rapids,  Ont. 
Presented  2rth  February,  1913.— If r.  Neely Not  printed. 

61  (8r).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  William  Morrison,  lockman  at  Burritts  Rapids,  Out. 
Presented  27th  February,  1913.— 3fr.  Cash Not  printed. 

61  (8s).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reports,  correspondence  and  recommendations  in  any 
way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Adam  Henderson,  bridgemaster  at  Cardinal,  Ontario, 
and  of  the  appointment  of  his  successor.    Presented  27th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Murphy. 

Not  printed. 

61  (8t).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  James  Feehan,  fishery  guardian  or  warden  at  Tracadie  Harbour  and  Savage 
Harbour,  Prince  Edward  Island.  Presented  27th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Hughes 
{Kings,  P.E.I.) Not  printed. 

61  (8u).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  John  C.  McNeil,  lighthouse  keeper  at  Grand  Narrows,  in  the  riding  of 
North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.      Presented  27th  February,  1913.— Mr.  McKenzie. 

Not  printed. 

61  (8r).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  tetters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  A.  A.  Chisiiolm,  fishery  overseer  at  Margaree  Forks,  Inverness  County,  No?» 
Scotia.      Presented  28th   'February,   1913. — Mr.   C}\isholm   (Inverness)..    ..Not  printed. 

61  (8«').  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Charles  E.  Aucoin,  collector  of  customs  at  Cheticamp,  Inverness  County, 
Nova  Scotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  Mr.  H.  P. 
Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  e.xpense3  of  such 
investigation.     Presented  28th  FebruaTy,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Antigoniih). 

Not  printed. 

61  (8x).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  aH 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  Charles  L.  Gass,  late  postmaster  at  Bayfield. 
Antigonish  County,  of  the  evidence  taken,  if  any,  before  Commissioner  Duchemin, 
and  of  his  report  thereon  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  documents  of  every  kind 
relating  to  his  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  28th  Feb- 
ruary, 1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

61  (8v).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters  and  correspondence  exchanged  in  reference  to  the  dismissal  of  Cyprien  Martin, 
of  St.  Bsisile,  County  of  Madawaska,  N.B.,  between  the  Department  of  Cu,stoms  and 
the  said  Mr.  Martin  as  preventive  officer.  Presented  28th  February,  1913.— Mr. 
Michaud Not  printed. 


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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME   27— Continued. 

61  (82).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  Angus  A.  Boyd,  postmaster  at  Boyd's  post  office. 
Antigonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence 
relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal,  and  the  appointm  nt  of  a  successor.  PresenteJ 
28th  February,  19.3. — Mr.  Chisholin  (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

61  (9a).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  aU 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  John  B.  Macdonald,  postmaster  at  Glasburn, 
Antigonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  corrp-;>ondence 
relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal,  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor,  ^'resented 
28th  February,  1913.— Mr.   Chisholm   (.iniigonisli) Not  printel 

61  (9b).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  Alex.  G.  Chisholm,  postmaster  at  Ohio,  Anti 
gonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence  relating 
in  any  way  to  his  dismissal,  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor.  Presented  28th 
February,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Inverness) Not  print-.-i 

61  (9c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December.  1C:2,  for  a  copy  of  all 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  John  J.  McLean,  postmaster  at  Cross  Road.', 
Ohio,  Antigonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspond 
ence  relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor.  Pre- 
sented 3Sth   February,   1913. — Mr.   Cliisholm    (Inverness) Not   printed 

61  (9J).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  Dougald  McDonald,  postmaster  at  Docto,-s 
Brook,  Antigonish  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspond 
ence  relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal,  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Pre 
sented  2Sth  February,  1913.— Mr.  Chishohn  (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

61  (9e).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  com- 
plaints and  charges  made  against  Dan.  A.  Mclnnes,  postmaster  at  Georgeville,  Anti- 
gonish County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  and  correspondence  relat 
ing  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal,  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  3Sth 
February,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (.intigonis)i) Not  printed. 

61  (9/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  letters,  correspondence,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  E.  A.  Asker,  harbour  master  at  Campbellton.  Presented  3rd  March,  1913.— 
Mr.  Rcid   (Sestigouche) Not  printed. 

61  Oj).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  February,  19:3,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  documents  and  orders  relative  to  the  dismissal  of  Fred  Shultz  as 
caretaker  of  the  armouries  at  Kentville,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  the  appointment  of 
William  Shoop  in  his  place  and  also  for  a  statement  of  the  stores  in  said  armouries 
in  the  years  1910,  1911,  1912,  respectively,  and  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  and  regulations 
relative  to  the  duties  of  such  caretaker.     Presented  3rd  March,  1913.— Mr.  Macdnnald. 

Not   printed. 

61  (9'i).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January.  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Dr.  Freeman  O'Neil,  from  the  Marine  Hospital  a*  Louisburg,  Cape  Bretoo 
South,  N.S.,  and  of  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchj 
min,  in  regard  to  the  same.     Presented- 10th  March,  1913.— Mr-  Carroll.. Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF   VOLUME   27 —Continued. 

61  (9»).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a'l. 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Leon  X.  Poirier,  wharfinger  at  Uescouse,  Mchmond  County,  N.S.  Presented 
10th  March,  1913— 3/ r.  Kyie ^Xot  printed. 

61  (9;).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  19^2,  for  a  copy  of  a.l 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Norman  L.  Trefry,  shipping  master  at  Yarmouth,  County  of  Yarmouth. 
N.S.,  and  the  same  information  regarding  the  appointment  of  Mr.  Trefry's  siiccessor 
Presented  10th  March,  1913.— Jifr.  Loir Not  printed. 

61  (9*:).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  13th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  Amereau-f, 
lighthouse  keeper  at  Xew  Edinburgh,  Digby  County,  N.S.  Presented  10th  March, 
19:3.— Mr.  McLean  (Halifax) \ot  printed 

61  (90-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  evidence,  reports,  letters,  correspondence,  &.C.,  relating  to  the  di  !- 
missal  of  H.  B.  Manley,  a  clerk  in  the  Dominion  Lands  Office  at  Saskatoon.  Pre- 
sented lOth  March,  1913.— .Ur.  UcCraney Not  printed. 

61  (9m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  papers  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the 
dismissal  of  John- Spicer,  senior  assistant  of  the  Moosejaw  Land  Agency.  Presented 
10th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Knoteles „  ..Not  printed. 

61  (9«).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  respecting  the  dismissal  of  Robert 
Pragnall  from  the  position  of  agent  of  the  Dominion  Land  Office  at  Swift  Current  and 
the  appointment  of  his  successor.      Presented  10th  March,  1913. — Mr.  Knoicles. 

Not  printed. 

61  (9o).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  al' 
papers,  documents,  evidence,  reports,  letters,  correspondence,  ic,  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  G.  M.  U'lyot,  a  clerk  in  the  Dominion  Lauds  Office  at  Saskatoon.  Presented 
10th  March,  1913. — Mr.  ilcCraney Not  printed 

61  (9p).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  detail  and  number  of  dismissals  from  public  offices  by  the  present  government 
to  this  date  in  the  riding  of  Saskatoon,  with  the  names  of  the  dismissed  occupants, 
the  reasons  for  their  dismissals,  the  complaints  against  such  officials,  and  all  corre- 
spondence with  respect  to  the  same,  and  of  all  reports  of  investigations,  in  case 
where  such  were  held.     Presented  17th  March,  1913. — Mr.  McCraney..   ..   ..Not  printed 

61  i9q>.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  ITth  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
Irtters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports,  affidavits  and  other  docu- 
ments in  the  Department  of  Inland  Revenue,  respecting  the  dismissal  of  J.  N.  Poirier, 
Collector  ot  E.\cise  at  Victoriaville,  County  of  Arthabaska,  and  the  names  of  tha 
witnesses  interested,  with  a  copy  of  the  evidence  and  a  statement  of  expenses  of  th<! 
said  inquiry.      Presented  17th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Brouillard Not  printed. 

61  (9r).  Return  to  an  Order  "of  the  House  of  the  15th  January.  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis 
missal  of  John  G.  Morrison,  fishery  inspector  at  Englishtown.  in  the  riding  of  North 
Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  heUI 
by   H.  P.   Duchemin,  in   regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  o* 

6uch  investigation.      Presented   ;8th   March,  1913.— Mr.   Kyle Not  printed 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (9s).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Edward  Landry,  lightkeeper,  Pe^tite  de  Grat,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and 
of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard 
to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Pi->- 
sented  ISth  March,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 


61  (9t).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
documents,  petitions,  letters,  correspondence,  inquiries  and  reports  concerning  thf 
dismissal  of  Evariste  Talbot,  employed  in  the  general  freight  office  of  the  Inte-- 
colonial.     Presented  18th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Lapointe  {Kamouraska) Not  printed 

61  (9«).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ill 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  doc.i 
ments  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Railways  or  any  department  of  the 
government,  relating  to  tie  dis.missal  of  Philip  H.  Ryan,  an  employee  of  the  Intel - 
colonial  railway  at  Mulgrave,  N.S.,  and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names  o' 
all  witnesses  examined,  a  copy  of  the  evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  ex- 
penses of  such  investigation.    Presented  18th  March,  1913.— 3/r.  Sinclair.. Not  printed. 

61  O").  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  return  show- 
ing how  many  postmasters  and  other  post  office  employees  were  removed  from  office 
respectively,  from  the  1st  of  July,  1896,  to  the  1st  of  October,  1911,  and  the  number  in 
each  province;  and  from  the  10th  of  October,  1911,  up  to  date,  with  the  number  in 
each  province;  also  the  number  of  post  offices  in  operation  in  each  province  on  the 
1st  July,  1896.      Presented  26th  March.  1913.— Mr.   Rainville Not  printed. 

61  (9«').  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  3rd 
February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  in  council,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  com- 
plaints, petitions  and  of  all  other  documents  of  any  kind,  in  the  possession  of  the 
government,  or  of  any  department  or  official  thereof,  in  any  way  relating  to  or  con- 
cerning the  dismissal  of  Dr.  Clarence  T.  Campbell,  post  office  inspector  at  London, 
Ontario.      Presented  2£th  March.   1913.— Mr.  Ross Not  printed. 

61  (9.r).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing 
the  number  of  postmasters  that  have  been  dismissed  in  the  County  of  Missisquoi  since 
1st  October.  1911,  the  names  of  the  postmasters  who  have  been  appointed  to  succeed 
them,  the  cause  of  the  dismissals  and  a  copy  of  all  complaints  and  correspondence 
with  respect  to  the  same,  and  of  all  reports  of  investigations  where  such  have  been 
held.      Presented  26th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Kay -A^'ot  printed. 

61  (9y).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  alt 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  docu- 
ments in  the  possession  of  the  Post  Office  Department,  regarding  any  change  in  any 
post  office  or  postmastership  in  Bonaventure  County,  between  5th  December,  1912,  up 
to   date.      Presented   26th    March,    1913.- Mr.  Morcil    (Bonaventure) Not    printed. 

61  (92).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the- Governor  General  of  the  9tti 
December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  correspondence,  orders  in  coun- 
cil. &c..  relative  to  the  dismissal  of  S.  A.  Johnson,  late  postmaster  at  Petite  Rivifers, 
Lunenburg  County.  N.S.      Presented  2fith  March.  1913.— Mr.  MacLea.n  (Ualijax). 

Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (10a).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a.  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Mordock  McKenzie,  postmaster  at  Millville  Boulardarie,  Nova  Scotia,  in 
the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.  Presented  26th  March,  1913.— Jfr. 
McKenzie    Not    printed. 

61  (10b).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
documents,  correspondence  and  telegrams  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  Stewart, 
postmaster  at  Middleton,  Antigonish  County,  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor. 
Presented  26th  March,  1913.— 3/r.  Chisholm  (Antigonish) Not  printed 

61  (10c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  telegrams  and  reports  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Lauchlin  McNeil, 
postmaster  at  New  France,  County  of  Antigonish,  and  the  appointment  of  his  suc- 
Pi-esented  2eth  March.  1913.— -Vr.  Chisholm  {Antigonish) Not  printed. 

61  (lOd).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  foj  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Frank  Dunlop,  postmaster  at  Groves  Point,  Nova  Scotia,  in  the  riding  of 
North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidenc*  taken  and  report  of  investiga- 
tion held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expense  of  such  investigation.     Presented  26th  March,  1913. — ilr.  ilcKenzie. 

Not  printed. 

61  (10c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  telegrams,  complaints,  petitions  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  investi- 
gation of  A.  W.  Salsman,  postmaster  at  Middle  Country  Harbour,  N.S.,  and  to  the 
appointment  of  his  successor.     Presented  26th  March,  1913.— 3fr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed. 

61  (10/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Richard  Conroy,  postmaster  at  Cross  Roads,  County  Harbour,  Guysborou-'h 
County,  N.S.,  and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P. 
Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 
investigation.      Presented  26th  March,  1913. — Air.  Sinclair Xot  printed. 

61  (lOr;).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charge",  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Abner  Carr,  postmaster  at  St.  Francis  Harbour,  Guysborough  County, 
N.S.,  and  cf  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin, 
in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented  26th  March,  1913.— .Ur.  Sinclair A'of  printed. 

61  (lOh).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Uth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  aU 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Parker  Sangster,  postmaster.  Upper  New  Harbour,  Guysborough  County, 
KB.,  and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin. 
in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented  26th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (:0i).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th 
December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  orders  in  council  and  all  other 
papers  or  documents  in  any  way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Alexander  Marion,  from 
the  position  of  postmaster  at  Rockland,  Ontario.  Presented  26th  March,  1913.— Mr. 
Murphy  JVot  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF   VOLUME   27— Continued. 

61  (lOj).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  th  . 
evidence  taken  and  the  report  made  by  each  commissioner  appointed  since  1st  of 
November,  1911,  to  conduct  an  investigation  into  charges  of  offensive  partizanship 
made  against  postmasters  in  the  County  of  Eussell.  Presented  2Gth  March,  1913. — 
Mr.   Murphy   Not  printed. 

61  (lOfc).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  evidence,  reports,  findings  and  correspondence,  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Mathew  Boutilier,  recently  postmaster  at  Mushaboom,  Halifax  County,  N.S. 
Presented  26th  March,  1913.— Mr.  MacLcan  {Halifax) Not  printed 

61  (lOO-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  shorf 
iug  the  names  of  the  postmasters  in  the  County  of  Joliette,  who  have  been  dismisse"! 
from  1896  to  September,  1911;  their  respective  parishes;  dates  of  their  dismissals;  the 
reasons  alleged;  whether  an  inquiry  was  made  in  each  case;  on  whose  recommendatiDu 
in  each  case  the  dismissals  were  made;  names  of  successors  in  each  case,  and  on  whD<c 
recommendation  were  they  appointed.      Presented  26tii  March,  1913. — Mr.  GuilbavU. 

Not  printed. 

61  (10m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  '11 
papers,  documents,  evidence,  reports,  letters,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  T.  Doane  Crowell,  postmaster  ^t  Shag  Harbour,  Shelburne  County,  N.S.. 
and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.      Presented  26th  March,  1913. — Mr.  Law. 

Not  printed 

61  (lOn).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22ud  January,  1913,  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  postmasters  who  have  been  dismissed  in  the  County  of  Vaudreuil,  the  datt* 
of  their  appointment,  the  cause  of  their  dismissal  and  by  whom  their  dismissjil  was 
requested.      Presented  26th  "March,  1913.— Mr.  Boyer Not  printed. 

61  (lOo).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents,  letters,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Mrs. 
Spinney,  postmistress  at  Upper  Port  La  Tour,  Shelburne  County,  N.S.  Presented 
26th    March,   1913.— Mr.   Law Not   printed. 

61  (lOp).  R-eturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  number  of  postmasters  dismissed  in  the  County  of  Rimouski  since  21st  Sep- 
tember, 1911,  giving  their  names.  Presented  26th  March,  1913. — Mr.  Lapointe 
(Kamouraska)    Not   printed. 

61  (lOg).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  -tth  December,  1912,  for  a  return  show 
ing  the  detail  and  number  of  dismissals  from  public  offices  by  the  present  government 
to  this  date  in  the  riding  of  Wright,  giving  the  names  of  the  dismissed  occupants,  the 
reasons  for  their  dismissal,  the  complaints  against  such  officials,  and  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence  with  respect  to  the  same,  with  all  reports  of  investigations  where  such 
were  held.       Presented  27th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Devlin Not  printed 

61  (lOr).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  9113.  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  John  R.  McLennan,  janitor  of  the  public  building  at  Inverness  Town,  Inver 
ness  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held 
by  Mr.  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  2Sth  March,  1913.- Mr.  Chisholm  (Inver- 
ness)  Not  printed, 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (lOi).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  Arbuckle,  caretaker 
of  the  public  buildings  at  Pictou,  and  the  appointment  of  two  successors  in  his  stead 
Presented  2Sth  March,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Xot  printed. 

61  (10().  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Mary  Dunlop,  telegraph  operator  at  Groves  i?oint.  Cape  Breton  County. 
Nova  Scotia,  in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.  Presented  2Sth 
March,   1913.— Mr.   UcKenzie   Not  printed. 

61  (lOii).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  foremen  employed  at  the  various  public  works  in  the  County  of  Gloucester  on 
the  21st  of  September,  1911,  who  have  been  dismissed  since  by  the  present  administra 
tion,  containing  their  names,  reasons  of  dismissal,  nature  of  the  charges  made  againji. 
them,  also  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  connected  with  the  same  and  reports  of  in 
quiries,  in  cases  where  such  inquiries  have  been  instituted.  Presented  28th  Marcn, 
1913.— Mr.    Turgeon Not   pritited 

61  (lOu).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a'! 
letters,  telegrams,  papers  and  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of  Captain  Lyons, 
of  the  dredge  Nort)iumberland,  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  2Sth 
March,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

61  (lOu).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4t'i 
December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  orders  in  council  and  all  other 
papers  or  documents  in  any  way  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  McCartin,  from 
the  position  of  inspector  of  the  concrete  work  forming  part  of  the  contract  for  the 
construction  of  the  The  Plaza  at  the  City  of  Ottawa  Presented  2Sth  March,  1913.— 
Mr.  Murphy  Not  printed. 

61  (IOj).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ai: 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Robert  C.  Morrison,  postmaster  at  St.  Peters,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  '-nd 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard 
to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation,  togethci 
with  a  copy  of  all  recommendations,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  papers  relating  t . 
the  appointment  of  Mr.  Morrison's  successor.    Presented  31st  March,  1913. — Mr.  Kyte. 

Not  printed 

61  (10!/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Richard  Dugas,  storm  signal  attendant  at  Alder  Point,  Nova  Scotia,  in  the 
riding  of  Korth  Capo  Breton  and  Victoria.     Presented  4th  April,  1913.— Mr.  McKemie. 

Not  printed. 

61  (102).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  20th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing 
the  names  of  all  ofHcials  of  the  Marine  and  Fisheries  Department  who  have  been  dis- 
missed or  removed  in  the  County  of  Pictou,  the  reasons  of  the  same,  the  evidence 
taken  at  any  investigation  held  in  regard  to  them,  and  the  reports  of  said  investiga- 
tions, the  names  of  their  successors,  and  a  copy  of  all  letters,  charges,  complaints  and 
recommendations  from  any  person  or  persons  in  regard  to  the  said  removals  or  dis 
missals,  or  in  regard  to  the  appointment  of  their  successors.  Presented  4th  April 
1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (11a).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  William  L.  Munro,  lightkeeper  at  White  Head,  Guysborough  County,  N.S., 
and  of  all  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in 
regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented   4th   April,  1913.— -If r.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (lib).  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  telegrams,  correspondence,  reports  and  documents  touching  the  dismissals  of 
Alexander  R.  McAdam  as  fishery  officer  for  the  County  of  Antigonish,  N.S.,  and  the 
appointment  of  his  successor.      Presented  4th  April,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Antigonish). 

li'ot  printed. 

61  (lie).  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  February,  1913.  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  otlier  papers  and  docu- 
ments in  the  possession  of  the  Marine  and  Fisheries  Department,  or  any  department 
of  the  government,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Stephen  C.  Richard,  lightkeeper  at 
Charlos  Cove,  N.S.,  and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names  of  all  witnesses 
examined,  a  copy  of  the  evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 
investigation.      Presented  4th  April,  1913 — Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (lid).  Supplementary  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  February,  1912,  for  a  return 
showing  for  each  department  of  the  government  the  names,  post  office  addresses,  offices, 
employment,  and  salaries  of  all  persons  employed  either  in  the  inside  or  outside  ser- 
vice thereof,  and  of  such  persons  not  in  the  Civil  Service,  employed  by  the  govern- 
ment in  any  department,  on  the  tenth  day  of  October,  1911,  who  have  been  removed 
from  office  or  employment  by  dismissal;  specifying  in  each  case  the  manner  of  and 
grounds  of  such  dismissals  and  the  length  of  notice  given  to  the  persons  removed,  and 
also  indicating  in  each  case  whether  an  inquiry  was  or  was  not  held  prior  to  such 
dismissal.    Presented  7th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61  (lie).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  public  officers  removed  by  the  present  government  in  the  district  of  Ix)t- 
biniere,  with  the  names  and  duties  of  such  persons,  the  reasons  of  their  dismissal, 
the  nature  of  the  complaints  made  against  them,  also  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 
relating  thereto  and  reports  of  inquiries  in  the  cases  where  such  inquiries  have  been 
held.      Presented  9th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Fortier jVot  printed 

61  (11/V  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  Miss  Gertie  Lewis,  as  postmi.srtress  at  Main-a 
dieu,  Cape  Breton  South,  N.S.,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence  relat- 
ing in  any  way  to  her  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor.  Presented  9tti 
April,    I913.-Mr.    Carroll    ^oj    printed. 

61  (lis).  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
John  Taylor,  late  postmaster  at  CarnduS,  Sask.,  and  of  all  reports  of  investigation 
held,  Ac.      Presented  9th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Turriff jVof  printed. 

61  (llh).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ail 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Frederick  Mitchell,  from  the  position  of  postmaster  at  Dominion,  Cap* 
Breton  South,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by 
H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same.      Presented  9th  April,  1913.— itfr.  Cnri-oll. 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (Hi).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  correspondence  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Thomas  J.  Sears,  postmaster  at  Lochaber,  N.S.,  and  the  appointment  of  his  successor; 
of  the  evidence  taken,  and  of  the  report  thereon  made  by  Commissioner  Duchemin, 
on  the  charges,  if  any,  made  against  the  dismissed  postmaster.  Presented  9th  April, 
1913.— 3/r.    Chisholm    (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

61  (Uj).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  papers  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  tha 
dismissal  of  the  postmaster  at  Alsask.  Saskatchewan.  Presented  9th  April,  1913.— Afr. 
Knowles A'ot  printed 

61  (life).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams,  instructions  and  other  papers  and  documents  in  the  possession  of  tha 
Department  of  M?rine  and  Fisheries,  or  any  officer  thereof,  relating  to  the  dismissal 
Or  appointment  of  fishery  guardians  or  fishery  officers,  in  the  County  of  Guysborough, 
N.S.,  bearing  date  since  the  lOth  day  of  October,  1911.  Presented  9th  April,  1913.- 
ilr.  Sinclair A'ot  printed 

61  (111).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Uth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  com- 
plaints and  charges  made  against  John  R.  Morrison,  postmaster  at  Oban,  Richmond 
County,  N.S.,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence  relating  in  any  way  tj 
his  dismissal,  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor.  Presented  14-th  April,  1913. — Mr. 
Kyle Not  printed. 

61  {11m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  A.  G.  McDonald,  postmaster  of  North  East  Margaree,  Inverness  County. 
Nova  Scotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P. 
Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 
investigation.     Presented  1-1-th   April,   1913.— Afr.   Chisholm   {Inverness).. Not  printed. 

61  (lln).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing 
ia  detail  the  number  of  dismissals  from  public  office  by  the  present  government  to 
this  date,  in  the  constituency  of  Qu'Appelle,  with  the  names  of  the  dismissed  officers, 
and  the  reason  for  their  dismissal,  the  complaints  against  such  officials  and  a  copy  of 
all  correspondence,  petitions,  papers  and  documents  with  respect  to  the  same,  and  -if 
all  notes  of  evidence  and  reports  of  investigations  in  cases  where  they  have  taken 
place.      Presented  Uth  April.  1913.— Mr.   Thomson   (Qu'.ippelle) iVot  printed 

61  (llo).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  docu- 
ments in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  or  any  depart- 
ment of  the  government,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  David  Rcid,  fishery  officer  at  Po^^ 
Hilford,  N.S.,  and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names  of  the  witnesses  examined, 
a  copy  of  the  evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  each  investigatiori. 
Presented    loth   April,    1913.— Mr.    Sinclair Not   printed. 

61  (lip).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Robert  Musgrave,  postmaster  at  North  Sydney,  in  the  riding  of  North  Ca,)e 
Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by 
H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 

investigation.      Presented  15th  April,  1913.— Mr.  McKemie A'ot  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME   21— Continued. 

61  (Ilq).  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  ]!n2,  for  a  copy  of  ail 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  A.  D.  Archibald,  postmaster  at  Glenelg,  Guysborough  Count.v,  N.S.,  and  of 
all  evidence  taten  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in  regard  to 
the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented 
15th   April,  19:3. — Mr.   Chisholm  (Inverness) Not  printed 

61  (Ur).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  aU 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Ueon  N.  Poirier,  postmaster  at  Descouse,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and  of 
the  evidence  taken  and  of  the  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in 
regard  to  the  same  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenss  of  such  investigatioji ; 
and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  lotU 
April,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  priiLlvd. 

61  (lis).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Norman  McAskill,  postmaster  at  Framboise,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  aiir! 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  of  the  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin  in 
regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation; 
and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  IStu 
Ai)ril,   1913. — Mr.    Kyte Not   printed. 

61  (Hi).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  llth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  documents  and  correspondence  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  A.  T.  Doucet,  post- 
master and  collector  of  customs  at  Salmon  River,  Digby  County,  N.S.  Presented  I.i^'i 
April,   19:3. — Mr.   Maclean    (Halifax) Not   printed. 

61  (11«).  Return  to    an  Order  of    the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,    for  a  copy  of    a'l 
complaints  and  charges  made  against  Mrs.  Annie  Gallivan,  as  postmistress  at  Wlii' 
ney  Pier,  Cape  Breton  South.  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams    and  corr  • 
epondence  relating  in  any  way  to  her  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor. 
Presented  15th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Carroll Not  printed. 

61  (Hi-').  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Wm.  J.  Paquet,  postmaster  at  Souris,  P.E.I.  Presented  15th  April,  1913.— 
Mr.   Hughes    (Kings,   P.E.I.) Not   printed. 

61  (111").  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  al' 
documents,  correspondence,  petitions  and  recommendations,  &c.,  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  the  postmaster  at  St.  Anaclet,  County  of  Rimnusk"!.  during  the  year  19i2,  and 
of  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  15th  April,  19:3. — .Ur.  Lapointe 
(Kainouraska) Not  printed 

61  (ll-r).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a  1 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  George  Gunn,  postmaster  at  French  Village,  Prince  Edward  Island.  Pre- 
sented   15th    April,    1913-— Mr.    Hughes    (Kings,    P.E.I.) Not    printed. 

61  (lly).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912.  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  detail  and  number  of'discMSsals  from  public  offices  by  the  present  government 
to  this  date  in  the  riding  of  Mackenzie,  together  with  the  names  of  the  dismissed 
occupants,  the  reasons  for  their  dismissal,  the  complaints  against  such  officials,  and  n 
copy  of  all  correspondence  with  respect  to  the  same,  and  of  all  reports  of  investig.i- 
tions,  where  any  such  were  held.      Presented  15th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Cash. .Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (llz).  Return  to  an  Order  of  tlie  House  of  the  7th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges 
investigated  by  Commissioner  W.  J.  Code,  and  also  of  the  evidence  taken  and  the 
report  made  by  the  said  commissioner.      Presented  16th  April,  1913. — Mr.  Muritliy. 

Not  printed. 

61  (12«).  Return  to  on  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ali 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  D.  F.  McLean,  fishery  overseer  at  Port  Hood,  Inverness  County,  N.S.,  and 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard 
to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  -statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Pre- 
sented  16th  April.  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  {Inverness) Not  printed 

61  (12b).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  J.  Scott  Nelson,  postmaster  at  L'ouisdale,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and  ot 
the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to 
the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation ;  and  a  copy 
of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  16th  April,  19:3. 
— ilr.  Kyte Not  printed 

61  (12c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Joseph  McMullen,  from  the  post  office  at  Bridgeport,  Cape  Breton  South, 
Nova  Scotia,  and  of  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duche- 
min, in  regard  to  the  same-.      Presented  16th  April,  1913.— .1/r.  Carroll Not  printed. 

61  (12d).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Frederick  A.  Martell,  postmaster  at  L'Ardoise,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  of  the  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin, 
in  regard  to  the  same,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation; 
and  a  copy  of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  16th 
April,  1913.— 3/r.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61  (12e).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  c;ipy  of  all 
representations,  statements  and  complaints  as  to  political  activity  made  against  Joho 
A.  Macdonald,  postmaster  at  McArras  Brook,  Antigonish  County,  and  of  all  corre- 
spondence relating  to  the  charges  made  against  him  and  of  the  report  of  Commis- 
sioner Duchemin  on  said  charges.  Presented  16th  April,  1913. — ilr.  Chisholm  {.inti- 
gonish) Not   printed 

61  (12/).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  7th 
December,  1911,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  correspondence  and  orders  in  council  in  con- 
nection with  and  relating  to  the  dismissal  from  office  of  public  officials  from  each  of 
the  departments  of  government  since  the  1st  day  of  October  last  past,  including  both 
Inside  and  Outside  Seryice.    Presented  18th  April,  1913.— .Wr.  Carvell Not  printed. 

61  (12g).  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  3rd 
March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  correspondence,  evidence,  order  in 
council,  &c.,  relative  to  the  dismissal  of  Edward  Doucett,  sub-collector  of  customs, 
Digby   County,   N.S.      Presented   21st  April,   1913.— Mr.   McLean    (HalifaxY. 

Not  printed. 

61  (12h).  Return  to   an    Address    to    His   Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  3rd 

March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  correspondence,  evidence,  orders  in 

council,  4c.,  relative  to  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  LeBlanc,  sub-collector  of  customs.  Church 

Point,  Digby  County,  N.S.     Presented  21st  .\pril,  1913.— J/r.  McLean  (Halifax). 

Not  printed 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (12i).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19tli  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
cl-arires,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  John  C.  Bouriuot,  chief  customs  officer  at  Port  Hawkesbury,  Inverness 
County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by 
Mr.  H.  P.  Puchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses 
of  such  investigation.         Presented  21st  April,   1913.— Mr.   Chishohn    (Inverness). 

Not  printed. 

61  (12i).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou.^e  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
charges,  evidence,  correspondence,  letters  and  telegrams  in  the  Department  of  Bail- 
ways  and  Canals  since  the  21st  day  of  September,  1911,  relating  to  -  the  dismissal  of 
Alexander  E.  Morrison,  Point  Tupper,  N.S.,  from  the  service  of  the  Intercolonial 
railway,  and  of  all  recommendations  for  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented 
21st  April.  19,3.— I/'-.  Kyte -Vot  printed 

61  (12fc).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  telegrams,  reports  and  other  papers  and  documents  received  from  the  officers 
of  the  Canadian  Brotherhood  of  Railway  Employees,  by  the  Department  of  Labour, 
or  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  between  the  1st  day  of  January,  1912. 
and  the  25th  day  of  January,  1913,  relating  to  investigations  and  dismissals  of 
employees  for  political  partizanship,  and  of  the  replies  thereto.  Presented  22nd  April. 
1913.— Afr.  Sinclair ^'ot  printed. 

61  (120-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  com- 
.plaints  and  charges  against  James  Falconer,  of  Newcastle,  County  of  Northumberlami. 
New  Brunswick,  as  correspondent  of  the  Labour  Gazette  at  Newcastle,  and  of  all 
letters,  telegrams  and  other  correspondence  relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal  and 
the  appointment  of  a  successor.     Presented  22nd  April,  1913.— Mr.  Loggie..Not  printed. 

61  (12m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  John  B.  Chisholm,  lightkeeper  at  Port  Hastings,  Inverness  County,  Nova 
Scotia,  and  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  Mr.  H.  P.  Duche 
min,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investi- 
gation.     Presented  2tth  April,   1913.— Mr.   Chisholm   (Inverness) Not  printed, 

61  (12n).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, telegrams,  charges  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Epi- 
phane  Nadeau,  immigration  agent  at  St.  Leonard,  Victoria  County,  N.B.  Presented 
25th   April,   1913.— Mr.   Miehaud Not  printed. 

61  (12o).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dn- 
missal  of  D.  J.  Morrison,  boatman  in  the  customs  service  at  Big  Bras  D'or,  North 
Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.,  and  o£  the  evidence  taken  and  of  reports  of  the 
investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same,  with  a  detailed  state- 
ment of  expenses  of  such  investigation.      Presented  25th  April,  1913. — Mr.  McKemie. 

Not  printed 

61  (12p).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913.  for  a  copy  of  al' 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Rod  McLeod,  boatman  in  the  customs  service  at  Big  Bras  D'or,  Nprth  Cape 
Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  of  reports  of  the  investiga 
tion  held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same,  with  a  detailed  statement  ot 
expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  25th  April,  1913.— Mr.  McKemie. 

Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME   27— Continued. 

61  (12(2).  Eetnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  D.  McLachlin,  postmaster  at  Marble  Mountain,  Inverness  County,  Nora 
Scotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Ducbemin 
in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigatior 
Presented  25th   April,   1913.— -l/r.   Chisholm    (Inverness) Xot  printed. 

61  (12r).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  di  - 
missal  of  Abram  LeBlanc,  postmaster  at  West  Arichat,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duehemin  in  regard 
to  the  same  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation,  and  a  copv 
of  all  papers  relating  to  the  appointment  of  his  successor.  Presented  25th  April. 
1913— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

61  (12s).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of 
Charles  J.  Lafiord,  postmaster  at  Grand  Grove,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and  of  al' 
evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duehemin  in  regard  to  the 
same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  25th 
April,  1913.— if r.  Kyte Not  printed 

61  (12t).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  W.  S.  Lawrence,  postmaster  at  Margrave  Harbour,  Inverness  County,  Nova 
Scotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duehemin. 
in  reyard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented  25th  .ipril,  1913.— Mr  ChisJiolm  (Inverness) Not  printed. 

61  (12u).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  H^puse  of  the  Uth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  John  K.  McDonald,  postmaster  at  Whycocomagh,  Inverness  County,  Nova 
Scotia,  and  of  the  evidente  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duehemin, 
in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented  25th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Chiskolm  (Inverness).: Not  printed 

61  (12»).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ali 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Captain  P.  J.  Wilcox,  from  the  customs  o6Sce  at  Louisburg,  Cape  Breton 
South,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  evidence  taken'and  reports  of  investigations  held  by  H.  1' 
Duehemin,  in  regard  to  the  same.      Presented  29th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Carroll. 

Not  printed 

61  (12tr).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  di  t 
missal  of  M.  J.  McKennon,  from  the  customs  office  at  Glace  Bay,  Cape  Breton  South. 
Nova  Scotia,  and  of  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duehe- 
min, in  regard  to  the  same.    Presented  29th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Carvell Not  printed 

61  (12j:).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  ether  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Captain  John  Arsenault,  telegraph  line  repairer  at  Alder  Point,  Cape  Breton, 
in  the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  repo't 
of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duehemin,  in  regard  to  same,  and  a  detaile<l  statemen; 
of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  29th  April,  1913.— Mr.  McKenzie. 

Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  {12y),  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  al! 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Mrs.  John  Arsenault,  telegraph  operator  at  Alder  Point,  N.S.,  in  the  riding 
of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria.      Presented  2nd  May,  1913.— Mj-.  McKemie. 

Not  printed 

61  (122).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  docu- 
ments in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  or  any  departmeui, 
of  the  government,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  A.  J.  Wilkinson,  at  Mulgrave,  N.S. 
and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names  of  all  witnesses  examined  and  a  detai'e'i 
statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  2nd  May,  1913. — Mr.  Sin- 
clair  Not  printed. 

61  (13a).  Charges  made  against  Mr.  H.  A.  Bayfield,  superintendent  of  dredging,  Bvitisli 
Columbia. — {Senate) Not  printed. 

61  (136).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  .11 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  H.  G.  McKay,  lighthouse  keeper  at  Bird  Island,  Big  Bras  D'or,  North  Caijo 
Breton  and  Victoria,  and  of  the  evidence  taken,  and  of  reports  of  the  investigation 
held-by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  the  same,  with  a  detailed  statement  of  expenses 
of  such  investigation.      Presented  5th  May,  1913.— Mr.  McKemie Not  printed. 

61  (13e).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ,11 
reports,  charges,  and  correspondence  in  the  office  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and 
Fisheries  relating  to  charges  of  political  partizanship  against  Michael  O'Brien,  light- 
keeper  at  Bear  Island,  Richmond  County,  N.S.,  and  of  the  instructions  issued  to  II. 
P.  Duchemin,  commissioner,  to  investigate  the  same  together  with  the  Commissioner'? 
report  and  finding  thereon,  and  his  expenses  of  holding  such  investigations.  Pre- 
sented 7th   May,  1913.— Wr.   Kyte Not  printed. 

61  (13d).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  aK 
correspondence.  Tetters,  telegrams,  reports,  recommendations  and  other  document-; 
bearing  on  or  having  relation  to  the  dismissal  of  J.  H.  Leduc,  as  medical  port  officer 
of  the  port  of  Three  Rivers,  P.Q.    Presented  7th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Bureau.. Not  printed. 

61  (13e).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ai. 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Patrick  Shea,  postmaster  at  Tompkinsville,  Guysborough  County,  N.S.  Pre- 
sented Vth  May,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (13/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  al'l 
complaints  and  charges  made  -against  Elias  Rawding,  postmaster  at  Clementsport. 
Annapolis  County,  N.S.,  and  of  all  letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  and  other  correspond- 
ence relating  in  any  way  to  his  dismissal  and  the  appointment  of  a  successor.  Pre- 
sented 7th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (13(/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis 
missal  of  Charles  McLean,  postmaster  at  Strathlorne,  Inverness  County,  Nova  Scotia 
Presented   7th   May,   1913.— Mr.   Chishobn   {Inverness) Not  printed. 

61  (13/1  )•  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a" 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  lo  the  dis- 
missal of  Angus  R.  McDonald,  postmaster  at  Broad  Cove  Chapel,  Inverness  County, 
Nova   Sci.tia.     Presented   7th   May,   1913. — Mr.   Chisholni    {Inverness). .    ..Not  printed 

68 


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CONTENTS   OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (13i).  Rtturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January.  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  John  McPhail,  postmaster  at  Scotsrille,  Inverness  County,  Nova  Scotia. 
Presented    7th    May,    1913.— J/r.    Chuiholm    (Inverness) Not    printed. 

61  U'';).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  al' 
letters,  telegrams,  complaints,  petitions  or  other  documents  of  any  kind  received  b? 
the  government,  or  any  member  or  official  thereof,  relating  to  the  conduct  of  J. 
Morgan,  one  time  postmaster  of  the  village  of  Ailsa  Craig,  Ontario,  as  such,  and  relat- 
ing to  an  investigation  into  said  conduct.     Presented  "  h  May,  1913. — Mr.  Ro.is. 

Not  printed 

61  (13Jr).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Roderick  McLean,  postmaster  at  Kenlock,  Inverness  County,  Nova  Scotia. 
Presented  8th  May,  1913. — Mr.   Chisholm   (Inverness) Not  printed 

61  (132).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913.  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
charj;es,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams-and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Allan  Gillis,  postmaster  at  Gillisdale,  South  West  Margaree,  Inverness 
County,  Nova  Scotia.      Presented  8th  May,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Inverness). 

Not  printed. 

61  (13m).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  David  Shaw,  postmaster  at  Marsh  Brook,  North  East  Margaree,  Inverness 
County,  Nova  Scotia.     Presented  8th  May,  1913.— ifr.   Chisholm  (Inverness). 

Not  printed. 

61  (13n).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers  concerning  the  investigation  and  dismissal  of  Helen  Joubert,  postmistress  ai 
Sayabec,  Quebec.      Presented  8th  May,  1913. — Mr.  Lemieux ; :...Not  printed. 

61  (13o).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January.  1913.  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  and  telegrams  between  the  Honourable  Postmaster  General  or 
the  Post  Ofiite  Department,  and  any  person  or  persons,  relative  to  the  dismissal  or  the 
request  therefor  of  D.  A.  Redmond,  until  jecent'y  postmaster  at  Brinston,  Ontario. 
Presented   8th   May,   1913.— Mr.    Grahatn Not   printed. 

61  (13p).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Dan.  McEachern,  postmaster  at  McEachern's  Mills,  Broad  Cove  Chapel, 
Inverness  County,  Nova  Scotia.     Presented  8th  May,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  (Inverness). 

Not  printed. 

61  (13q).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis' 
missal  of  Daniel  Dunlop,  postmaster  at  New  Campbellton,  riding  of  North  Caoe 
Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  reports  of  the  investigation 
held  by  H.  P.  Duchemin,  in  regard  to  same,  with  a  detailed  statement  of  expense  of 
such  investigation.      Presented  8th  May,  1913— -l/r.  McKenzie Not  printed. 

61  (13r).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  r.ll 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of 
Arthur   Armstrong,  postmaster   at  Greenfield,  Carleton   County,   N.B.      Presented  8th 

May,   1913. -i/r.   Caricll Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS   OF  VOLTJME  27— Continued. 

61  (13s).  Return  to  an  Orfler  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Alex.  Matheson,  postmaster  at  Boulardarie  Centre,  north  riding  Cape 
Breton  and  Victoria.     Presented  8th  May,  1913. — Mr.  McKenzie IVot  jtrin*-'d. 

61  (13().  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a:I 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Arthur  Talbot,  late  postmaster  at  Robertsville,  County  of  Megantic,  ProT 
iuce  of  Quebec.     Presented  8th  May,  1913. — Mr.  Pacaud Not  printeiL 

61  (]3»).  Dismissal  of  N.  C.  Lyster,  late  postmaster  at  Lloydminster,  Sast:. — (Scnale). 

Not  printed. 

61  (13u).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2nd  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  Mrs.  M.iggie  Cameron,  postmistress  at  Achosnach,  Inverness  County,  Nova 
Scotia.     Presented   9th   May,   1913. — Mr.   Chisholm    (Invertiess) Not  printed. 

61  (13u).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal of  David  Praser,  postmaster  at  Nortli  East  Margaree,  Inverness  County,  Not'a 
Scotia.     Presented   9th   May,   I913.--Mr.    Chisholm    (Inverness) Not  printed. 

61  (13.T).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913.  for  a  copy  of  t'l 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dis- 
missal and  retention  of  W.  Stayley  Porter,  postmaster.  Port  Maitland,  Yarmouth 
County,  N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  investigation  held  by  Charles 
Lane,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  a  detailed  statement  of  expenses  of  such  investiga 
tion.      Presented  9th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Law Not  printed 

61  (13(/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  J.inuary,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ail 
charges,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Alex.  McQueen, 
postmaster  at  Kowstoke,  Inverness  County,  Nova  Scotia,  and  of  the  evidence  taken 
and  report  of  investigation  held  by  H.  P.  Duchcmin,  in  regard  to  the  same;  also  ^. 
detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  9th  May,  1913. — 
Mr.  Chisholm  {Inverness) Not  printed. 

61  (13j).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  number  of  employees  of  the'Department  of  Public  Works  who  have  been  dU- 
missed  in  the  County  of  Berthier  since  the  21st  September,  1911,  giving  the  names  of 
the  said  employees;  if  an  inquiry  was  held  in  each  case;  on  whose  recommendation, 
in  each  case,  these  dismissals  were  made;  the  names  of  those  appointed  successors  to 
these  persons  and  on  whose  recommendation.      Presented  12th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Bcland. 

Not  printed. 

61  (14a).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  in  connection  with 
the  disimissal  and  retention  of  Jesse  L.  Morton,  postmaster  at  Lower  Argyle,  N.S.,  an  1 
of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  the  investigation  held  by  Mr.  Lane,  in  regard  to 
the  same,  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented 
20th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Law Not  printed 

61  {lib\  Return  to  an  Older  of  the  House  of  the  10th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ali 
charges,  coiTcspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  in  connection  with 
the  dismissal  of  Mrs.  M.  C.  Gaudet,  postmistress  at  West  Pubnico,  Yarmouth  County, 
N.S.,  and  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  of  the-  investigation  held  by  Mr.  Lane,  in 
regard  to  same,  and  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation 
Presented  20th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Law Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

61  (14c).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  28th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ail 
charges,  correspondence,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  of 
John  P.  McKinnon,  section  foreman  on  the  Intercolonial  raUway  at  Shubenacadie,  in 
the  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.  Presented  20th  May,  1913.— Mr. 
McKemie -Vot  printed. 

61  (lid).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  o  ill 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  o' 
Mary  A.  Bohan,  as  postmistress  at  Bath,  Carleton  County,  N.B.  Presented  2l6t  May, 
1913.— J/r.  Carvell Not  printed. 

61  (We).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  of 
Edward  Lafferty,  postmaster  at  Benton.  Carleton  County,  N.B.  Presented  21st  May, 
1913.— .Wr.    Carvell    Not    printed. 

61  (14/).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  loth  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a  ! 
papers,  letters,  telegrams,  evidence  and  other  documents  regarding  the  dismissal  o' 
Dennis  McGaffigan,  postmaster  at  Florenceville,  Carleton  County,  N.B.  Presented 
21st  May,  1913.— Mr.  Carvell Not  printed. 

61  (Ufl).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence  and  documents  bearing  upon  any  change  made  or  asked  for  in  tie 
employees  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  in  the  County  of  Bonaventur*- 
between  5th  December,  1912,  up  to  date.  Presented  27th  May,  1913. — Mr.  Marcil 
{Bonaventiire) ..Not  printed. 

61  (14fc).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  di . 
missal  of  J.  A.  McKenzie.  postmaster  at  Ashfield,  Inverness  County,  N.S.  Presented 
2nd  June,  1913. — Mr.  Chisholm  {Inverness) Not  printed. 

61  (14i).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29"^  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  reports  and  other  papers  and  documents  n 
the  possession  of  the  Post  Office  Department,  or  any  department  of  the  government, 
relating  to  the  dismissal  of  James  Bowles,  postmaster  at  Alder  River,  N.S.,  and  if 
there  was  an  investigation,  the  names  of  all  the  witnesses  examined,  a  copy  of  the 
evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expense  of  such  investigation.  Presented  2nd 
June,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (14;).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  21st  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre 
spondence,  complaints,  reports,  recommendations,  petitions,  certificates  and  othei 
documents  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  Edmund  Lacroix,  as  postmaster  of  the 
Parish  of  St.  Joseph  du  Lac,  County  of  Two  Mountains,  and  the  appointment  of 
Rodrique  Larocque,  of  the  same  place  as  postmaster.  Presented  2nd  June,  1913.— 
3Xr.  Ethier Not  printed. 

61  (Uk).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2Gth  May,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
papers,  letters,  documents,  reports  and  inquiry,  relating  to  the  lighthouse  keeper  of 
the  Parish  of  Repentigny,  County  of  L'Assomption.  Presented  3rd  June,  1913.— Mr. 
Seguin Not  printed. 

61  (141).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  16th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  paper, 
documents,  evidence,  reports,  Ac,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  B.  C.  Kanock,  late  ship- 
ping master  at  Ltlnenburg,  N.S.     Presented  4th  Ju-ae,  1913.— 3/r.  McLean  (Halifax). 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS   OP  VOLUME   27— Continued. 

61  (14m).  Beturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
complaints,  accusations,  correspondence,  petitions  and  telegrams,  respecting  the  dij 
missal  of  Ulric  Thibaudeau,  agent  for  pilots  at  Quebec,  and  of  all  documents  respect- 
ing the  appointment  of  his  successor,  such  as  petitions,  letters  of  recommendation, 
&c.,  and  of  the  evidence  and  report  made  after  the  inauiry  held  by  the  inquiring 
commissioner;  and  also  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  caused  by  this  inquiiv. 
Presented  4th   June,   19:3.— .Uc.   Delisle Not  prinfcd. 

61  (14«).  Supplementary  return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  20th  January,  1913,  for  a 
return  showing  the  names  of  all  officials  of  the  Marine  and  Fisheries  Department  who 
have  been  dismissed  or  removed  in  the  County  of  Pictou,  the  reasons  of  the  same,  tlie 
evidence  taken  at  any  investigation  held  in  regard  to  them,  -and  the  reports  of  said 
investigations,  the  names  of  their  successors,  and  a  copy  of  all  letters,  charges,  com- 
plaints and  recommendations  from  any  person  or  persons  in  regard  to  the  siiri  re- 
movals or  dismissals,  or  in  regard  to  the  appointment  of  their  successors.  Presen.ed 
4th  June,  1913.— JWr.  Macdonald Noi  printed. 

61  (14o).  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  doc\i 
ments  in  the  possession  of  the  Post  Office  Department,  or  any  department  of  the  gov 
ernment  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Captain  Freeman  Myers,  postmaster  at  Cole 
Harbour,  Guysborough  County,  N.S.,  and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names 
of  all  witnesses  e.xamined,  a  copy  of  the  evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  tlie 
expenses  of  such  investigation.      Presented  4th  June,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed 

01  (lip).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1512,  for  a  return  showing 
all  public  officers  removed  by  the  present  government  in  the  district  of  St.  James, 
Montreal,  together  with  the  names  and  duties  of  such  persons,  the  reasons  of  theiv 
dismissal,  the  nature  of  the  complaints  brought  against  them,  and  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence relating  thereto,  and  of  reports  of  inquiries  in  the  cases  where  such  have 
been  held.      Presented  4th  June,  1913.— Mr.  Lapointe  (Montreal) Not  printed 

61  (Hg).  Eeturn  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th 
December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  all  the  employees  of  the  Dominion  governmenr. 
in  the  constituency  of  Edmonton,  dismissed  between  10th  of  October,  1911,  and  21st  of 
November,  1912,  the  salary  being  paid  to  such  employee  at  the  time  of  his  dismissal, 
together  with  a  copy  of, all  correspondence,  recommendations  to  council,  orders  in 
council,  and  all  other  papers  or  documents  in  any  way  connected  with  such  dismissa'  i 
Presented  4th  Juee,  1913.— -'^fr.  Oliver Not  printed. 

61  {Hr).  Return  to-  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  show- 
ing the  names  of  all  officials  in  the  district  of  Sunbury  and  Queens,  who  have  been 
dismissed  or  removed  from  office  since  September,  1911,  the  reason  for  such  dismissal 
or  removal,  the  evidence  taken  at  any  investigation  held  in  regard  to  them,  the 
reports  upon  such  investigations,  the  name  of  any  successor  appointed  in  place  of  dis- 
missed officials,  and  a  copy  of  all  letters,  charges,  complaints  and  recommendations  in 
regard  to  the  said  removals  or  dismissals,  or  in  regard  to  the  appointment  of  then 
successors.    Presented  4th  June,  1913.— Mr.  Mcicaii   (Sunbury) Not  printed. 

61  (14i).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January.  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  docu- 
ments in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  or  any  depart 
ment  of  the  government  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Levi  Munroe,  harbour  master  at 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

White  Head,  N.S.,  and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names  of  all  witnesses 
examined,  a  copy  of  the  evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such 
investigation.      Presented  1th  June,  1913.— If r.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (Ut).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  docu- 
ments in  the  possession  of  the  Post  Qtace  Department,  or  any  department  of  the  gov- 
ernment, relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Stanford  Langley,  postmaster  at  Isaac  Harbou- 
North,  N.S.,  and  if  there  was  an  investigation  the  names  of  all  witnesses  examined,  a 
copy  of  the  evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation. 
Presented  5th   June,    1913.— Mr.   Sinclair Not  printed. 

61  (Hu).  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2-Jth  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  telegrams,  correspondence,  charges,  evidence,  reports,  and  other  documents 
relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Hugh  R.  McAdam  as  postmaster  at  Arisaig,  N.S.,  and  the 
appointment  of  Reverend  Daniel  L.  Macdonald  as  his  successor.  Presented  5th  June, 
1913.— Jlr.   Chishobn   (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

61  (Uv).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  docu 
ments  in  the  possession  of  the  Post  Office  Department,  or  any  department  of  the  gov 
ernment,  relating  to  the  proposed  dismissal  of  J.  J.  McXeil,  at  Grant's  Lake,  X.S., 
and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names  of  the  witnesses  examined  and  a  detailed 
statement  of  the  expenses  of  such  investigation.  Presented  5th  June,  1913. — 3Ir.  Sin- 
clair  Not  printed. 

61  (14tf).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
letters,  petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  evidence,  reports  and  other  papers  and  doc  i- 
ments  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  or  any  department 
of  the  government,  relating  to  the  dismissal  of  Alex.  Mclnnis,  car  inspector  of  the 
Intercolonial  railway  at  Mulgrave,  N.S.,  and  if  there  was  an  investigation,  the  names 
of  all  witnesses  exan-ined,  a  copy  of  the  evidence,  and  a  detailed  statement  of  the 
expenses  of  such  investigation.     Presented  6th  June,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair.. Not  printed. 

61  (14a:).  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  28th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all 
charges,  correspondence,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  dismissal  o: 
Archibald  McDonald,  bridge  tender  on  the  Intercolonial  railway  at  Grand  Narrows. 
lona,  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.  Presented  6th  June,  1913. — 
Ifr.  McKenzie - Not  printed. 

61  (14!/).  Names  of  all  officials  dismissed  in  Shclburne  and  Queens  from  1st  December,  1S96. , 
— (Senate) ' Not  printed. 

62.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  the 
number  of  all  contracts  cancelled  in  the  County  of  Bonaventure  since  the  Ist  of 
October,  1911;  the  names  of  the  contractors,  the  prices  paid  to  them,  the  reasons  for 
the  cancellation  in  each  case;  and  a  copy  of  any  investigations  and  reports  had  into 
the  causes  of  such  cancellations,  the  names  of  the  new  contractors  and  the  prices  paid 
to  them  in  each  case.     Presented  14th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Marcil  (Bofiaventure). 

Not  printed. 

62a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Bouse  of  the  5th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing 
the  number  of  rural  mail  delivery  routes  that  have  been  established  in  Canada  since 
the  1st  January,  1912,  in  each  province  and  county,  respectively.  Presented  11th 
January,  1913.— Afr.  Lemieux  Not  printed. 

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COITTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

62b.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre 
spondence,  letters,  telegrams,  complaints  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  can- 
celling of  the  contract  for  conveying  His  Majesty's  mails,  entered  into  on  the  1st  day 
of  January,  1912,  between  the  Honourable  Postmaster  General  and  Mr.  J.  C.  Beeman. 
of  Guthrie,  County  of  Missisquoi;  together  with  the  reason  for  the  cancellation  of 
this  contract,  the  price  paid  to  Mr.  Beeman,  the  name  of  the  present  contractor  and 
the  price  paid  to  him.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Pelletier. — Mr.  Kay A'of  printed. 

6?c  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  March,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
requests,  memorandums,  tenders  and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Post 
Office  Department  relating  to  the  calling  for  tenders  and  the  granting  of  the  contract 
now  in  force  for  the  carrying  of  "^he  mail  between  Sorel  and  Ste.  Victoire,  County  of 
Richelieu.      Presented  20th  January,  1913.— Kr.  Cordin... Not  printed. 

GZd.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  a'l 
l).ipers,  letters,  telegrams,  tenders,  bonds,  agreements,  contracts  and  other  documents 
in  the  possession  of  the  Post  Office  Department  relating  to  the  letting  of  the  contract 
for  carrying  the  mails  between  Heatherton  and  Guysborough,  in  the  year  1912;  and 
also  relating  to  any  temporary  agreement  entered  into  pjior  to  the  date  of  letting 
such  contract.     Presented  21st  January.  1913.— M?-.  Sinclair Not  printed 


62e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 
and  other  documents  relating  to  the  establishment  of  a  rural  mail  service  between 
Saltsprings  and  West  River  Station,  in  the  County  of  Pictou,  in  the  year  1912.  Pre- 
sented 17th  February.  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  prijited. 

62/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters. 
and  other  documents  relating  to  the  establishment  of  a  rural  niail  delivery  j.ervice 
between  Merigonish  Station.  County  of  Pictou,  and  Arisaig,  in  the  County  of  Anti- 
gonish,  in  the  year  1912.    Presented  17th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald. 

Not  printed 

62g.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  co^y  of  all  corre- 
spondence, letters,  telegrams  and  reports  regarding  the  termination  of  H.  D.  Decoste's 
contract  for  carrying  the  mails  between  Linwood  Station  and  Linwood  post  office  and 
the  making  of  a  new  contract  with  D.  Delorey,  from  the  1st  January,  1913.  Presented 
2Sth  February,  1913. — Mr.   Chishohn  (_.intigonish) Not  printed. 

G2h.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, complaints,  recommendations,  telegrams  and  reports  bearing  on  the  rail- 
way mail  service  in  Bonaventure  County  from  October,  1911,  up  to  date,  and  on  the 
appointment  and  dismissal  of  officers  in  such  connection,  with  the  names,  residences, 
salaries  and  duties,  as  well  as  of  all  documents  bearing  on  the  suspension'  of  the  rail- 
way mail  service  during  the  period  mentioned,  as  well  as  a  copy  of  all  documents  re- 
ferring to  agreements  made  to  meet  such  a  contingency  during  the  coming  winter. 
Presented  25th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Marcil  (Bonaventiire) Not  printed. 

62i.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  tenders 
rc-ccived  and  the  contracts  entered  into  for  the  carrying  of  the  mails  between  St. 
Andrew  and  Beauley,  County  of  Antigonish,  and  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  corre 
spondence  on  file  in  the  Post  Office  Department  cnntaining  any  recommendation  or 
advice  regarding  the  awarding  of  such  contract,  or  in  any  way  referring  thereto.  Pre- 
sented 26th  March,  1913.— -Ur.  Chishohn  (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  21— Continued. 

62j.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  return  showing 
■what  changes,  if  any,  have  been  made  in  the  contracts  for  the  carrying  of  the  mail* 
in  the  County  of  Berthier,  since  the  21st  September,  1911 ;  in  what  parishes,  on  what 
date,  and  for  what  reason;  to  whom  hare  the  new  contracts  becTi  granted,  and  if  a 
tender  was  asked  for  in  each  case.      Presented  14th  April,  1913. — Mr.  Biland. 

Not  printed 

62'.-.  Iteturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
peliticn■^,  telegrams,  bonds,  reports  and  other  papers  and  documents  in  the  possession 
of  the  Post  Office  Department,  or  any  department  of  tlie  government,  relating  to  the 
letting  of  the  mail  contract  between  Guysborough  and  Charlos  Cove,  County  of  Guys- 
borough,  N.S.,  during  the  year  1912.      Presented  28th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printid. 

62(.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Uth  April,  1913,  showing  the  names  of  the 
various  railway  mail  clerks  employed,  respectively,  on  the  Montreal  and  Quebec  divi- 
sions and  the  date  of  the  appointment  and  residence  of  each.  Presented  7th  May, 
19:3.— Mr.  Biircav   A^of  printed. 

62m.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  contract 
entered  into  by  the  Post  Office  Department  with  the  Ontario  Equipment  Company  of 
Ottawa  relating  to  the  purchase  of  locks  for  mail  bags.  Presented  7th  May,  1913.- 
Mr.  Carvell   Xot  printed. 

62n.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence, telegrams,  &c.,  exchanged  between  the  Honourable  the  Postmaster  General  and 
Dr.  Faucher,  of  Quebec,  concerning  the  purchase  of  a  certain  "patented  lock  for  mail 
bajs.     Presented  7th  May,  1913. — Mr.  Lapointe  (Kamouraska) Not  printed. 

62o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hous^of  the  7th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence, tel^rams,  &c.,  exchanged  between  the  Honourable  the  Postmaster  General  and 
Mr.  Aim^  Dion,  advocate  of  Quebec,  concerning  the  purchase  of  a  certain  patented 
lock  for  mail  bags.     Presented  7th  May,  1913.— Mr.  VerviUe Not  printed. 

62p.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  reports,  bonds  of  indemnity,  and  all  other  papers 
and  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Post  Office  Department,  or  any  department  of 
the  government,  relating  to  the  contract  for  carrying  the  mails  between  LinwooU  or 
some  point  of  the  Intercolonial  railway,  County  of  Antigonish,  N.S.,  and  Grosvenor, 
County  of  Guysborough,  N.S.      Presented  9th  Ma^^,  1913.— .Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

62a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2tth  April,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 
full  names  of  the  mail  carriers  in  the  County  of  Vaudreuil  and  Soulanges;  between 
what  place  they  perform  the  service;  the  distance  between  each  of  these  places;  the 
amount  of  each  carrier's  contract,  and  the  amount  the  government  paid  for  the  car- 
riage of  the  mail  in"  these  difJerent  places  before  September,  1911.  Presented  16th 
May,   1913.— Mr.   Boi/er Not   printed. 

62r.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  May,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the  num- 
ber of  post  offices  in  Yarmouth  County,  Nova  Scotia,  not  served  with  daily  mail,  giv- 
ing the  names  and  the  number  of  times  per  week  served.  Presented  20th  May,  1913. 
—Mr.  Law Not  printed. 

62i.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Administrator  of  the  7th  April,  1913,  for 
a  copy  of  all  orders  in  council,  reports  of  experts  and  contracts,  in  connection  with 

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CONTENTS   OF   VOLUME   27— Continued. 

the  different  purchases  of  rural  mail  delivery  boxes  made  by  the  Post  Office  Depart 
ment  since  1908,  until  1st  January,  1912.      Presented  21st  May,  1913.— Mi-.  Lcmieux. 

Not  printed. 

G2t.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  May,  1913,  for  a  return  giving  tliK 
n>'  "-s  of  the  piost  offices  and  of  the  postmasters  in  the  Counties  of  Soulanges  and 
Vaudreuil.      Presented  21st  May,  1913.— Mr.   Boyer Not  printed. 

62i(.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams,  petitions  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  establishment  of  rural  mai' 
delivery  routes  in  the  County  of  Pictou  since  the  1st  October,  1911,  -(vith  a  statement 
of  all  routes  applied  for,  of  routes  established  and  of  those  refused,  and  the  reason 
for  their  refusal.    Presented  2nd  June,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

62i'.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  coriespoud- 
ence  concerning  tlie  purchase  of  new  locks  for  mail  bags  by  the  Post  Office  Depart- 
ment from  the  Ontario  Equipment  Company.     Presented  4th  June,  1913. — Mr.  Carrcll. 

Not  printed.  . 

62!c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, letters,  telegrams,  memoranda,  tenders,  bonds  and  all  other  document? 
relative  to  the  contract  for  the  carrying  of  the  mai!  between  the  post  office  and  Can 
adian  Pacific  Rai,lway  station  at  Three  Rivers  and  vice  versa,  since  the  eleventh  day 
of  October,  1911,  to  date.      Presented  4th  Jun?.  1913.— .Mr.  Tobin Not  printed. 

62i.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  21st  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence, telegrams,  complaints,  affidavits,  reports,  recommendations,  requests,  certificates, 
contracts  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  cancelled  contract  of  M.  E.  Bougie,  for 
carrying  the  mails  between  the  post  office  and  railway  station  at  Bromptonville,  Que 
bee.     Presented  4th  June,  1913. — Mr.  Bureau Not  printed. 

63.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of    the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  all 

the  new  post  offices  opened  in  the  County  of  Bonaventure,  since  October,  1911,  up  lo 
date,  and  a  copy  of  the  correspondence  in  connection  therewith,  together  with  the 
names  of  such  post  offices  and  postmasters,  and  the  location  of  such  offices;  and  also 
a  copy  of  all  papers  asking  for  such  offices.  Presented  14th  January,  1913.— -Mr.  Marcil 
(Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

64.  Return  to    an    Order  of  the    House  of  the    9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  peti 

tions;  correspondence,  memoranda,  recommendations  and  other  papers  or  documents 
in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  relating  to  the  proposals 
to  supply  medicine  or  medical  attendance  free,  or  otherwise,  to  Canadian  boat  fishei- 
men.    Presented  14th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed 

65.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the    4th   December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre 

spondence,  petitions,  complaints,  memoranda,  reports  and  investigations  regarding  the 
service  performed  by  the  steamer  Canada,  owned  by  the  Iiiter-Provincial  Navigation 
Company  of  Fraserville,  Quebec,  since  October,  1911,  up  to  date,  and  also  of  all  doci. 
ments  bearing  on  the  present  contract  with  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce, 
or  the  renewal  or  extension  thereof.  Presented  14th  January,  1913. — .Mr.  Marcil 
(Bonaventure) Not  printed 

66.  Return  to    an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 

documents,  telegrams,  letters,  &e.,  relating  to  the  matter  of  the  establishment  of  i 
lobster  hatchery  at  Spry  Bay,  Halifax  County,  Is'.S.      Presented  14th  January,  1913. 

—Mr.  Maclean  (Halifax) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27~ConUnued. 

67.  Ketiirn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  telegrams,  &c.,  between  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  and  any 
company,  person  or  persons,  relative  to  the  continuance  and  payment  of  a  subsidy  to- 
wards a  steamship  service  between  St.  John,  N.B.,  and  Bea-  River,  N.S.,  for  the 
fiscal  year  1912,  and  performed  during  the  fiscal  year  1911.  Presented  17th  Jauuar" 
1913.— 3fr.   Maclean    (Halifax) Not   printed. 

67u.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  memoranda,  letters,  telegrams  and  documents  bearing  on  a  request  fo- 
a  subsidy  for  a  steam  service  between  Bona  venture,  Quebec,  or  any  other  part  of 
Bonaventure  County  and  Bathurst,  New  Brunswick,  or  any  other  part  of  Gloucester 
County,  New  Brunswick,  and  between  New  Richmond,  Quebec,  and  Dalhousie,  New 
Brunswick,  and  between  Carleton  and  Miguasha,  Quebec,  and  Dalhousie,  New  Bruns- 
swick,  or  Campbellton,  New  Brunswick,  or  both,  as  well  as  a  copy  of  all  replies  made 
for  such  subsidies  and  this  since  October,  1911,  to  date.  Presented  14th  January. 
1913.— iVr.   Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not   printed. 

67b.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Koyal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 
ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  advertisements,  tenders,  contracts,  orders  in  council 
memoranda,  papers,  letters  and  correspondence  in  any  way  relating  to  a  subsidized 
steamship  service  between  Canadian  ports  and  any  ports  of  the  British  West  Indies, 
or  any  proposed  improvement  or  extension  of  such  steamship  service  since  1st  Novem- 
ber, 1911  to  the  present  time.      Presented  15th  January,  1913 Not  printed. 

67c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  ith  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  reports 
made  by  officials  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  on  the  Quebec  ami 
Oriental  railway,  and  the  Atlantic,  Quebec  and  Western  railways,  together  with  a 
statement  of  the  subsidies  paid  such  railways  since  October,  1911,  up  to  date,  and  a 
copy  of  all  correspondence  in  that  connection.  Presented  17th  January,  1913. — Mr 
Marcil  (Bonaventure) Not  printed 

67d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  D  cember,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre 
spondence  between  the  Minister  of'Railways  or  any  other  member  of  the  governmeni 
and  any  person  regarding  the  acquisition  by  the  government  of  Canada  of  the  Que 
bee  Oriental  railway,  formerly  the  Atlantic  and  Lake  Superior  railway,  and  the_  At- 
lantic, Quebec  and  Western  railway,  or  both.  Presented  27th  January,  1913.— Mr. 
If u rcil  (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

67e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  report 
made  to  the  Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals  by  the  party  of  government  engineers 
who  inspected  the  Quebec  and  Saguenay  railway  during  December,  1912,  January, 
1913.      Presented  27th  February,  1913.— .1/r.  Lemieux Not  printed. 

67/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  reports 
ma  le  by  any  engineers  or  accountants  to  the  Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals  on  the 
usefulness  of  the  Atlantic,  Quebec  and  Western  railway  and  the  Quebec  Oriental  rail- 
way, to  the  Intercolonial  railway  as  branch  lines  or  feeders.  Presented  27th  Feb- 
ruary,  1913.— Mr.   Marcil   (Bonaventure) ,.Not  printed. 

67g.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem 
ber,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  petitions,  orders  in  Council,  memor- 
anda, correspondence,  &c.,  by  and  between  the  government  of  Canada  or  any  member 
thereof,  and  the  government  of  the  province  of  British  Columbia,  osr  any  member 
thereof,  since  1st  May,  1912,  relating  to  the  subject  to  an  increase  of  the  provincial 
subsidy  to  the  said  province.      Presented  16th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Maclean  (Ualijax). 

Printed  jor  sessional  papers. 

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67h.  Eetnrn   to  an  Address    to  His  Royal  Highness    the    Governor    General  of  the    20th 
January,  19!3,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents  and  memorials  of  the  government  of  Bri-- 
ti-h  Columbia  presenting  claims  for  additional  provincial  subsidies,  and  of  all  corre 
spondence  and  orders  in  council  on  the  some.     Presented  ICth  April,  1913. — Sir  Wilfrid 
Laurier Printed  for  sessional  papers. 

67'.  Copy  of  agreement  made  with  the  several  provinces  as  to  the  expenditure  of  the  siib- 
sidies  granted  under  the  Agri-cultural  Aid  Act,  and  statement  showing  the  purposes  for 
whifh  said  subsidies  are  to  be  expended.  Presented  Cth  June,  1913,  by  Hon.  Mr. 
Bnrrell Not    printed. 

.68.  Copies  of  general  orders  promulgated  to  the  militia  for  the  period  between  2nd  Nove Ti- 
ber, 1911,  and  5th  Novmber,  1911.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hughes,  14th  January,  1913. 

Not  printed. 

69.  Return  to  an  Address  to   His  Excellency  the  E.ight  Honouraible  Sir  Charles  Fitzpatrick, 

P.C,  &c.,  administrator,  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  paipers,  documents, 
petitions,  letters,  telegrams,  orders  in  council  and  other  papers  and  documents  in 
possession  oif  the  Department  of  Customs,  relating  to  the  duty  payable  on  twine  used 
for  fishing  purposes,  and  especially  relating  to  the  construction  placed  upon  item  682 
of  the  Customs  Tariff.     Presented  23rd  May,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

70.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  30th  November,  1912,  for  a  return  showing:— 

1.  The  date  when  the  present  Canadian  Pure  Food  Act,  now  known  as  the 
Adulteration  Act,  R.S.C.,  was  enacted. 

2.  What  foods,  beverages  or  drugs  have  standards  of  strength  and  purity  under 
the  Act  been  fixed,  and  what  are  the  dates  when  such  standards  become  operative. 

3.  What  foods,  beverages  or  drugs  have  standards  of  strength  and  purity  been  pre- 
pared and  recommended  from  time  to  time  by  the  chief  analyst,  which  have  not  been 
put  in  force,  and  why  were  such  standards  not  put  in  force. 

i.  How  many  cases  of  adulteration  together  with  cases  which  show  standards  of 
quality  below  those  required  by  the  Adulteration  Act,  have  been  ascertained  by  th-' 
Dominion   analyst  since  the  said  Act   came  into  operation. 

5.  In  how  many  of  such  cases  did  prosecutions  under  the  Act  or  under  the  Criminal 
Cod«  follow,  and  in  how  many  cases  were  convictions  secured.  Presented  14th  Jan- 
uary, 1913.— Mr.  McDonnell Not  printed. 

71.  Return  to  an    Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of    all  corre 

spondence,  negotiations,  proposals  in  writing  and  other  papers  and  documents  in  th- 
possession  of  the  government,  or  any  department  thereof,  relating  to  reciprocity  in 
trade  with  the  United  States,  bearing  date  between  the  1st  day  of  January,  1890,  and 
the  31st  day  of  December,  1891.      Presonted  14th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed 

72.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

telegrams,  &c.,  exchanged  between  the  member  for  Bellechasse  County  and  the  Min- 
ister of  Agriculture  and  the  Postmaster  General,  concerning  the  appointment  of  an 
additional  physician  at  the  quarantine  station  of  Grosse  He.  Presented  14th  January. 
1913.— M r.   Lemieux Not  printed. 

72o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre 
pondence,  documents,  recommendations  and  reports  concerning  the  appointment  of 
Doctor  Potnminville,  to  the  position  of  surgeon  of  the  St.  Vincent  de  Paul  peniten- 
tiary, replacing  Doctor  A.  Allaire.  Presented  21th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Wilson 
(Laval) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

'•■  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams,  correspondence  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  appointment  of  Charles 
W.  Hatfield,  fishery  ofBcer  on  the  Tusket  River,  Yarmouth  County,  N.S.  Presented 
27th    January.    1913— Mr.    Law Not    printed. 

.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre 
spondence,  letters,  requests,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  appoint- 
ment of  Louis  Nadeau  as  postmaster  at  Ste.  Christine,  County  of  Bagot.  Presented 
4th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Marcil Not  printed. 

I.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders 
It'tt  rs,  telegrams  and  other  documents  in  connection  -with  the  appointment  of  Lt.-Col. 
Warburton,  as  administrative  medical  officer  at  the  Charlottetown  camp  in  1912,  and 
of  all  letters  and  telegrams  asking  for  a  change  in  the  said  appointment,  and  of  all 
orders  and  other  documents  relating  to  his  being  superseded,  and  to  the  appointment 
of  his  junior,  Lt.-Col.  Jenkins,  in  his  place.  Presented  13th  February,  1913.— .Mr. 
Macdonald Not  printed. 

72e.  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  docu- 
ments, letters,  correspondence,  recommendations,  reports,  Ac,  relating  to  the  appoint- 
ment of  Mr.  J.  Begin  as  manager  of  the  experimental  farm  at  Ste.  Anne  de  la  Poca- 
tiere.      Presented  13th  February,   1913.— Ifr.   Lapointe    (Kamouraska) Not  printed. 

72/.  Retnrn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence exchanged  between  Dr.  Marcotte,  M.  Lavallee,  M.P.,  the  Honourable  thi 
Postmaster  General  and  the  Minister  of  Agriculture,  concerning  the  appointment  of 
an  additional  medical  officer  at  Grosse  Isle  quarantine  station.  Presented  19th  Feb- 
ruary, 1913.— Mr.  Lemieux Not  printed. 

72g.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letter-, 
telegrams,  recommendations  and  other  papers  in  connection  with  the  appointment  of 
John  Macdonald  as  -Inspector  of  Inland  Revenue  for  the  Maritime  Provinces,  and  of 
all  letters,  telegrams,  applications,  recommendations  and  other  papers  received  from 
any  other  person  or  persons  relative  to  the  applications  of  other  persons  for  the  posi- 
tion.   Presented  17th  March,  1913.— 1/r.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

72h.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
petitions,  telegrams,  recommendations  and  other  papers  and  documents,  in  the  pos- 
session of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  or  any  department  of  the  govern 
ment,  relating  to  the  appointment  of  F.  W.  Kelley,  M.D.,  as  port  physician  at  Bridga 
water,  N.S.      Presented  18th   March,   1913.— Mr.   Law A'ot  printed 

72i.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  -ith  Decern 
ber,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  all  appointments  to  office  under  the  Dominion  govern- 
ment in  the  constituency  of  Edmonton  from  10th  October,  1911,  to  31st  November. 
1912,  with  a  statement  of  the  salaries  in  each  case,  together  with  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, recommendation  to  council,  orders  in  council,  and  all  other  papers  or 
documents  in  any  way  connected  with  such  appointments.  Presented  28th  March, 
1913._Jfr.    Oliver ^'ot    printed. 

72;.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spmdence.  recommendations,  reports,  memoranda  and  other  documents  bearing  on  th  < 
appointment  of  a  general  foreman,  or  other  permanent  or  temporary  officials,  of  the 
Department  of  Public  Works  in  the  County  of  Bonaventure  since  October,  1911,  up  to 
date,  with  the  names,  residences,  duties  and  salaries  of  such  appointees.      Presented 

2nd  May,  1913.— Mr.  Marcil  {Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  21 —C ontinued. 

72k.  Appointment  of  Mr.  McCloskie  as  postmaster  at  Waukau,  British  Columbia.— {5eiia)c) 

Not  printed. 

73.  Return  to    an  Address  to   His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 

ber, 1912,  for  a  return  showing  all  changes  made  in  the  Customs  Tarifi  of  Canada  by 
order  in  council  since  the  close  of  last  session  of  parliament.  Presented  14th  January, 
19-3 ; A*ot  i)riiJted 

74.  Return  to   an  Order  of  the   House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  the 

Quantity  and  value  of  molasses  of  cane,  as  defined  in  tariff  item  No.  137a,  imported 
into  Canada  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  31st  March,  1912,  from  each  island  of  the  Bri- 
tish West  Indies,  which  are  parlies  to  the  C.in.ida-West  India  Trade  Agreement.  Pre- 
sented 14th  January,  1913.— Afr.  Maclean  (Haiijax) Not  printed. 

75.  Letter  of  the  Honourable  F.  D.  Monk,    M.P.,    to    the    Right    Honourable  the    Prim* 

Minister,  resigning  his  position  as  Minister  of  Public  Works,  and  the  letter  of  the 
Prime  Minister  in  acknonledgment  thereof.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  14th 
January,   1913 Not  printed. 

75a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  May,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
reports,  documents  and  all  other  communications  relating  to  the  appointment  of 
Colonel  Crowe  as  Commandant  of  the  Royal  Military  College  and  to  his  resignation 
of  said  position,  or  to  the  extension  of  his  term  of  service  or  to  the  termination 
thereof,  and  of  all  papers  or  letters  passing  between  the  minister  and  Colonel  Crowe, 
relative  to  his  resignation  or  the  failure  to  extend  his  term  of  service.  Presented  3rd 
June,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed 

75b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  May,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
reports,  complaints  and  other  communications  and  documents  which  passed  between 
General  McKenzie  and  the  Minister  of  Militia  or  his  department,  previous  to,  and 
'which  led  up  to  the  resignation  of  General  McKenzie;  and  also  a  copy  of  said  resigna- 
tion, and  the  reply  of  the  minister  thereto,  and  of  any  and  all  communications  had 
with  the  War  Office  thereto,  and  of  all  other  papers  and  documents  in  connection 
therewi'^h.     Presented  4th  June,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

76.  Return  to    an  Order  of  the    House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 

letters,  telegrams,  complaints  and  reports,  bearing  on  the  delay  in  the  payment  of 
census  enumerators  in  the  County  of  Bouaventure,  in  connection  with  the  last  census, 
together  with  the  names,  residences,  amounts,  and  dates  of  payment.  Presented  15th 
January,  1913. — Mr.  Marcil  (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

77.  Report  of  departmental  commission  on  the  official  statistics  of  Canada.     Presented  15th 

January,  1913   Printed  for  distribution  only. 

78.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  ISth  March,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence in  the  possession  of  the  Postmaster  General  respecting  the  change  of  name  ot 
Broderick  post  office  in  the  Province  of  Saskatchewan,  to  St.  Aldwyn.  Presented  15th 
January,   1913 Not  printed. 

78a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  30th  November,  1911,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
telegrams,  letters,  &c.,  between  the  Postmaster  General  and  any  other  person  respect- 
ing the  closing  or  removal  of  the  present  post  office  at  Spry  Bay,  Halifax  County.  Pre- 
sented 20th  January,  1913. — Mr.  Maclean  {Halifax} Xot  printed. 

79.  Report  of  the  commissioner  Dominion  Police  Force,  for  the  year  1912.      Presented  by 

Hon.  Mr.  Foster,  15th  January.   1913 Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

80.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence, complaints,  reports  and  all  documents  relating  to  the  cancelling  of  leate 
Xo.  1ST78,  consented  to  by  the  Honourable  Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals,  to  Aurile 
Lebceuf,  on  the  12th  December,  1910. — Presented  ICth  .Tanuai-y,  1913.-^Afr.  Papineau. 

Not  printed 

81.  E"turn  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th  Decern 

ber,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  in  council  passed  since  1st  October,  A.D.  1911,  relat- 
ing to  the  Board  of  Management  of  the  Government  Railways  of  Canada,  or  of  any 
other  member  thereof,  or  in  any  way  affecting  the  same,  or  any  ofEcial  of  the  Intel - 
colonial  Railway,  as  regards  the  duties  to  be  performed  or  the  powers  to  be  exercised 
by  the  said  Board  or  any  member  thereof,  or  by  any  such  of&cial,  together  with  a  copy 
of  all  recommendations,  letters,  applications,  instructions,  or  other  correspondence,  m 
any  manner  relating  thereto  or  having  regard  to  the  said  orders  in  council  as  to  the 
management  of  the  Intercolonial  railway.  Presented  17th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Emmer- 
son \ot   prill  led 

81a.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  4th  De- 
cember, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  a  certain  Order  in  Council  issued  during  the  current  year 
by  which  certain  official  reports  formerly  made  ^o  Board  of  Management  of  the  Inter- 
colonial Railway  have  been  ordered  in  future  to  be  made  to  Mr.  F.  P.  Brady.  Pre- 
sented 17th  January,  1913.— ilfr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

82.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 

including  surveys,  tenders,  and  every  other  record,  or  document  in  the  possession  of 
the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  or  any  other  department  of  the  government 
relating  to  the  building  of  a  line  of  railway  from  Estmere,  County  of  Victoria,  Prov- 
ince of  Nova  Scotia,  to  the  town  of  Baddeck  in  the  same  county.  Presented  17th 
January,   1913. — Mr.  McKemie Not  printed. 

83.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 

ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents,  papers,  tenders,  contracts,  orders  in  council 
and  correspondence  in  connection  with  the  supply  of  castings  for  and  the  purchase  of 
6crap  iron  from  the  eastern  division  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway  since  1st  May,  1912. 
Presented  17th  January,  1913.— Mr.  Maclean   {Halifax) Not  printed. 

83a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  the 
names  of  the  employees  on  the  dining  cars  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway  and  the  nature 
of  their  emploj-ment;  and  also  of  the  employees  on  the  Pullman  cars  of  the  Inter- 
colonial Railway  and  the  nature  of  their  employment.  Presented  17th  January,  1913. 
— Mr.  Boulay Not  printed. 

83b.  Kcturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers 
documents,  telegrams,  letters,  &.C.,  relating  to  a  strike  of  temporary  employees  of  the 
Intercolonial  Railway  at  Halifax,  in  August,  1912.  Presented  27th  January,  1913.— 
Mr.  Mclean  [Halifax) Not  printed. 

83c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December.  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  evi- 
dence plans,  reports,  correspondence,  &c.,  respecting  an  inquiry  held  concerning  an 
accident  on  the  Intercolonial  Railway  at  St.  Andre  de  Kamouraska  on  7th  October, 
1912,  caused  by  train  No.  ;i3,  the  maritime  express  going  west.  Presented  27th  Jan- 
uary, 1913.— Mr.  Lapointe  {Kamouraska) Not  printed. 

83d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House,  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  evi- 
dence taken  at  the  inquiry  held  in  the  month  of  November,  1912,  by  Mr.  MacDonald 
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superintendent  of  tlie  Intercolonial  at  Levis,  in  reference  to  Alfred  Laugnay,  an 
employee  of  the  Intercolonial  at  St.  Charles,  County  of  Bellechasse.  Presented  27th 
February,  1913. — Mr.  Lapointc  (Kamotiraska) Not  prinleo. 

83e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  tele- 
grams, letters,  petitions,  reports  of  engineers,  plans,  surreys,  and  other  documents  in 
the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  and  having  been  receiveil 
since  1st  .Tanuary,  1912,  relating  to  the  construction  of  a  branch  line  of  the  Inter- 
Cflonial  Railway  into  Guysborough  County.  Presented  18th  March,  1913.— Sfr.  Sin- 
clair  Not  printed. 

83/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the.  House  of  the  2'1-th  February,  191."!,  for  a  copy  of  all  petitions, 
resolutions,  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence,  relating  to  free  or  reduced  trans- 
portation of  hay  over  the  Intercolonial  Railway  for  the  farmers  of  Antigonish  County. 
Nova  Scotia,  and  also  of  the  evidence  taken  and  report  made  as  to  the  shortage  of 
hay  in  that  and  other  of  the  eastern  counties  of  Nova  Scotia.  Presented  18th  March, 
1913.— Jfr.    Chisholn    {.intigonish) Not  printed. 

83.7.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 
telegrams,  tenders,  acceptances  of  tenders,  cancellation  of  tenders  and  other  papers 
and  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  or  any 
department  of  the  government,  bearing  date  after  1st  July,  1912,  relating  to  the  supply 
of  ice  for  the  use  oif  the  Intercolonial  Railway  at  Mulgrave,  N.S.  Presented  18th 
March,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

B3h.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 
correspondence,  petitions  and  other  documents,  on  file  in  the  Department  of  Rail- 
ways and  Canals,  or  in  the  office  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway  at  Moncton,  relating 
or  in  any  way  appertaining  to  the  new  public  wharf  at  Sackville,  N.B.,  and  the  neces- 
sity of  establishing  in  the  interest  of  the  traffic  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway,  and  of  the 
shipping  and  trade  facilities  of  Sackville,  and  of  the  commerce  of  communities  adjii- 
cent  thereto,  rail  connections  between  the  said  wharf  and  the  main  line  of  the  sai  1 
railways  at  Sackville  station;  also  of  all  letters  and  other  communications  receive! 
by  the  chairman  or  vice-chairman  of  the  Government  Railways  Managing  Board,  or 
by  any  official  of  the  said  railway,  relating  in  any  manner  to  the  said  subject,  receivet 
by  them  or  any  of  them  during  the  years  1911,  1912  and  1913.  Presented  19th  March, 
1913. — Mr.    Emmerson Not   printed 

83i".  Return  to  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  i913,  for  a  return  showing  who  the 
tenderers  were,  and  the  amount  of  each  tender  for  the  supply  of  castings  for  the 
Intercolonial  Railway  during  the  present  year.  Presented  2Sth  March,  1913.— Mr. 
Mucdiinald    i Not   printed. 

83/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  how 
mtiny  kegs  of  nails  were  purchased  in  1912  for  the  Intercolonial  Railway;  the  prices 
paid  therefor  in  each  case;  whether  tenders  were  invited  in  the  case  of  each  purchase 
and,  if  so,  who  the  respective  tenderers  were  and  the  prices  submitted ;  to  whom  werc 
the  contracts  awarded  in  each  case.    Presented  28th  March,  1913. — Mr.  Murphy. 

Not  printed. 

83fc.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 
amounts  rereived  by  the  Intercolonial  Railway  for  freight  and  passengers  respectively 
for  each  of  the  twelve  months  of  the  calendar  years  1910,  1911  and  1912,  at  the  follow- 
ing stations: — Montreal,   Halifax,   St.   John,   Sydney,   Truro,   Moncton,   New   Glasgow 

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and  Amherst;  also,  the  total  receipts  of  the  said  railway  for  freight  and  passeii 
respective!}-  during  each  of  the  said  years.     Presented  2Sth  March,  1913.— Mr.  Rhodes. 

Not  printed. 

83/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  '20th  January.  19!3.  for  a  copy  of  all  letters. 
correspondence,  telegrams,  representations,  reqiiests  and  reports  on  file  in  the  Depart- 
me:it  of  Bail.^ays  and  Canals,  or  in  the  offices  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway  at  Monc- 
ton,  or  among  the  records  of  the  Government  Railways  Managing  Board,  or  in  the 
office  of  the  assistant  chairman  of  the  Government  Railways  Managing  Board,  relat 
ing  to  or  in  any  way  connected  with  the  water  supplj"  system  at  Dorchester  station 
on  the  Intercolonial  railway,  or  relating  to  the  absence  of  and  the  total  failure  to 
provide  a  supply  of  water  for  drinking  or  other  purposes  at  that  station,  or  in  con- 
nection with  the  dwelling  of  the  station  agent  in  the  Station  House;  and  also  of  all 
correspondence,  letters,  requests,  recommendations  and  reports  relating  to  tlie  alleged 
necessity  of  additional  clerical  or  other  help  or  assistance  at  the  station.  Presented 
21st  April,  1913.— Mr.  Emmerson Not  printed. 

83m.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, letters,  telegrams,  reports  and  other  papers  on  file  in  the  Department  of 
Eai  ways  and  Canals,  or  in  lUe  offices  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway  at  Moncton,  relat- 
ing to  M.  L.  Tracy,  an  employee  of  the  mechanical  department  of  the  Intercolonial 
during  the  years  1899  and  19(10,  and  of  all  letters  and  correspondence  relating  to  the 
case  of  the  said  M.  L.  Tracy,  passing  between  the  then  Minister  of  Railways  and 
Canals  and  any  of  the  officials  of  the  railway,  during  those  years;  also  a  copy  of  the 
letters  of  D.  Pottinger,  then  general  manager,  the  late  James  E.  Price,  then  general 
superintendent,  and  the  late  M.  Jarvis,  then  a  divisional  superintendent  of  said  rai'- 
way,  relating  to  the  same  subject  during  the  said  period  of  1899  and  1900.  Presented 
2lst   April,   1913.— 3/r.   Emmerson Not   printed. 

83".  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,  for  a  statement  of  ali 
amounts  collected  by  the  Intercolonial  Railway  for  freight  on  hay  carried  from 
Amherst  and  other  stations  on  the  Intercolonial,  County  of  Cumberland,  to  Anti 
gcnish,  N.S.,  and  consigned  to  C.  Edgar  Whidden  or  C.  B.  Whidden  &  Son,  in  the 
month  of  January  last  and  February  instant,  and  by  whom  such  freight  was  paid; 
also  a  copy  of  all  way  bills  and  bills  of  lading  for  the  same.  Presented  21st  April,  1913. 
— ilir.   Cliisholm   {Antigonish) Not   printed. 

83o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 
petitions,  telegrams,  complaints,  communications,  reports  and  other  papers  and  docu- 
ments, received  since  the  1st  day  of  October,  1911,  by  and  now  in  the  possession  of  the 
Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  the  Government  Railway  Managing  Board  or 
any  official  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway  or  cif  the  Prince  Edward  Island  railway,  relat- 
ing to  or  in  any  manner  appertaining  to  an  application  for,  or  a  proposed  reduction 
of  the  working  hours  for  the  Intercolonial  railway  employees  at  Moncton,  or  at  any 
other  point  of  the  Intercolonial  railway  or  the  Prince  Edward  Island  railway.  Pre- 
sented ilst  April,  1913,— Mr.  Emmerson Not  printed. 

83p.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  ,ill  com- 
plaints, requirements,  requisitions,  petitions,  and  correspondence  of  all  kinds  made 
by  the  Sydney,  X.S.,  Board  of  Trade,  or  by  the  citizens  of  the  city  of  Sydney,  or  any 
of  ihem,  having  reference  to  better  and  increased  facilities  on  the  Intercolonial  Rail- 
way on  the  Sydney  division.      Presented  21st  April,  1913.— Mr.  Carroll. 

Not  printed. 
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S3q.  Eetuiii  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
papers  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  claim  for  damages  for  the  death  of  the 
y  uns  son  of  Thomas  Hoare,  who  was  killed  at  a  crossing  of  the  Intercolonial  Rail- 
way in  the  town  of  Stellarton  in  the  summer  of  1912,  and  of  all  petitions,  letters,  and 
other  papers  asking  for  the  placing  of  gates  or  other  protection  at  said  crossing. 
Presented   Ist   April,    1913. — Mr.    Macdonald Not   printed. 

83r.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  14th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  al'  correspond- 
ence exchanged  between  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  at  Moncton  and  the 
same  department  at  Camphellton,  on  the  subject  of  the  collision  which"  occurred  at 
St.  Moise,  during  the  month  of  February,  1913,  between  the  trains  of  E.  Smith  and 
the  regular  train  No.  99,  omitting  from  it  the  inquiry  held  in  the  matter.  Presented 
29th  April,  1913.— Wr.  Boulay Not  printed. 

83s.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  "th  April,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 
names,  residences  and  occupations  of  all  the  employees  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway 
who  have  been  dismissed  in  the  County  of  Rimouski  since  the  21st  September,  1911. 
Presented  29th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Lapointe  {Kamouraska) Not  printed. 

83t.  Certified  copy  of  a  report  of  the  Privy  Council  of  the  5th  May,  1913,  covering  the 
appointment  of  Frederick  Passmore  Gutelius,  as  general  manager  of  Government 
Railways.     Presented   by   Hon.   Mr.   Cochrane,   Tth  May,   1913 Not  printed. 

83".  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
memorials,  petitions,  correspondence,  reports  and  other  documents  in  the  Department 
of  the  Postmaster  General,  or  on  file  therein,  relating  or  in  any  wise  appertaining 
to  the  inauguration  or  establishing  of  railway  mail  facilities  between  .Moncton,  N.B., 
•  westward  over  the  Intercolonial  Railway  towards  Si.  John,  in  the  morning,  so  as  to 
furnish,  among  other  things,  opportunities  for  the  transmission  of  newspapers  and 
oth  r  mail  m-tter,  along  said  railway,  to  make  morning  connection  with  the  railway 
mail  facilities  afforded  by  the  railway  ifrom  Salisbury.  Westmorland  County,  N.B.,  run- 
ning into  Albert  County,  N.B. ;  and  also  relating  to  the  establishment  of  railway  mail 
facilities  on  each  week  day  evening  between  Moncton  eastward  over  the  said  railway 
by  train  known  as  number  81,  running  between  Moncton,  N.B.,  and  Springhill  Junc- 
tion, Nova  Scotia,  thus  affording  the  direct  mail  connection  for  newspapers  and  other 
mail  matter  each  evening  from  Moncton  to  Shediac,  Memramcook,  Dorchester,  Sack- 
ville,  Amherst,  and  intermediate  points  east  of  Moncton;  together  with  a  statement 
showing  what,  if  any,  such  railway  mail  facilities,  either  by  locked  bag  or  otherwise, 
were  established  or  furnished  over  either  of  the  said  routes,  and  stating  the  respec- 
tive dates  when  the  same  were  so  established  or  furnished  generally,  or  in  relation  to 
any  one  of  the  newspapers  published  in  Moncton,  either  in  the  morning  or  in  the 
evening.      Presented  12+h  May,  1913.— -Mr.  Emmerson Not  printed. 

83f.  Eeturn  showing  whether  any  contract  has  been  made  for  the  construction  or  supply 
of  cars  of  any  kind  to  the  Intercolonial  Railway  since  1st  January,  1913,  and  if  so,  to 
whom  the  contract  was  awarded;  the  number  of  cars,  kind  or  class,  and  the  price  to 
be  paid ;  whether  any  tenders  were  called  for  previous  to  awarding  said  contract,  and 
if  so,  who  the  tendeiers  wei-e,  the  amount  of  the  tender  in  each  case,  and  if  tenders 
were  calld  for  by  private  request  or  public  advertisement.  Presented  21sl  May,  1913. 
— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

83u'.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  28th  .\pril,  1913.  for  a  return  showing  all 
amounts  collected  by  the  Intercolonial  Railway  for  freight  on  hay  shipped  from 
Amherst  and  other  stations  on  the  Intercolonial,  in  the  County  of  Cumberland,  to 
Antigonish  and  other  stations  in  the  County  of  Antigouish,  during    the    months  of 

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January,  February  aiul  March  last;  the  name  of  the  consigners  and  of  the  con- 
signees, the  amount  of  freight  paid  on  each  shipment  and  by  whom  paid;  also  a  copy 
of  all  way-bills  and  bills  of  lading  for  same.  Presented  6th  June,  191.3. — Mr.  Chis- 
holm  (_Antiijonish) Xot  printed. 

84.  Keturn  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  GoTeruor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 

ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  memoranda,  orders  in  council,  letters 
and  correspondence,  relating  in  any  way  to  the  closing  of  the  Canadian  Immigration 
Office  at  Boston,  U.S.A.,  in  1911,  and  its  subsequent  re-cstablishment.  Presented  17th 
January,  1913. -Mr.  McLean   (Halifax) Not  printed 

85.  Copies  of  despatches  dated   11th   December,   1912,   which   have   been    addressed    to    the 

Governors  General  of  the  Commonwealth  of  Australia  and  the  Union  of  South  Africa 
and  the  Governors  of  New  Zealand  and  Newfoundland,  on  the  subject  of  repre- 
sentation of  the  self-governing  Dominions  on  the  Committee  of  Imperial  Defence.  Pre- 
sented by  H.ni.  Mr.  Borden,  ITth  January,  1913 Not  printed. 

86.  Reports  in  connection  with   the    Tides    and    Currents    of    Northumberland     Strait. — 

(Senate) Not   printed. 

87.  -Archives  Branch,  re  transferring  ofifrom  Department  of  Agriculture  to  Secretary    of 

State.— (.Jcnafe) Not   printed. 

88.  Commission  appointed  to  investigate   Indian  reserves   of  British   Columbia. — (Senate). 

Not  printed. 

89.  Insurance  rates  between  Canadian  Atlantic  ports,  and  ports  in  the  United  Kingdom. — 

(Senate)    Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

90.  Report  of  departmental  commission  relating  to  official  statistics  of  Canada.— (Senate). 

Printe  d  for  distribution  only. 

91.  Copy  of  the  Sixth  Joint  Report  of  the  Commissioners  for  the  Demarcation  of  the  Meri 

dian  of  the  141st  degree  of  west  longitude.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  21st  Jan- 
uary, 1913 Not  printed. 

92.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of    all    papers, 

documents,  petitions,  memoranda,  correspondence,  &c.,  with  the  Government  of  Bri- 
tish Columbia  or  any  member  thereof,  with  the  fishery  officers  of  the  Marine  and 
Fisheries  Department  resident  in  said  province,  with  salmon  canneries  in  said  prov- 
ince, and  with  any  company,  person  or  persons,  relating  to  the  prohibition  of  the 
export  of  sockeye  salmon  from  the  said  province  of  British  Columbia  since  15th 
October,  1911.     Presented  20th  January,  1913.— -Vr.  Mojclean  (Halifax).... Not  printed. 

93.  Return  to   an  Order  of  the   House  of  the  20th  March,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence and  memoranda  on  the  subject  of  cable  rates,  exchanged  between  the  Canadian 
Post  Office  Department  and  the  British  Post  Office  Department.  Presented  20tii 
January,  1913.— -Vr.  hemievx JVof  printed. 

94.  Return  to  an  -Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 

ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  letters,  &c.,  between  the  Government  of 
Canada  and  the  Commonwealth  of  Australia  for  the  past  twelve  months  relative  to 
the  matter  of  preferential  tariff  arrangements  between  the  said  two  countries.  .  Pre- 
sented 21st  January,  1913.—  ."'.  .1/acJean  (Halifax).. Printed  for  sessional  papers  only. 

95.  Report  of  Mr.  Olivar  Asselin  on  an  investigation  of  Belgian  and  French  emigration  to 

Canada.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  21st  January,  ;91.3. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 
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95a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  ith  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  com 
plaints,  letters,  papers,  reports,  and  of  all  documents  bearing  on  the  inrestigation 
held  at  Port  Daniel  West,  Quebec,  into  the  conduct  of  Edward  Dea,  as  OTerseer  or 
guardian  of  the  lobster  hatchery  at  that  place.  Presented  22nd  January,  1913. — Mr. 
ilarcil Not  printed. 

95b.  Report  of  R.  A.  Pringle,  Esq.,  K.C.,  in  relation  to  the  investigation  of  the  wreck  of 
the  steamer  Mayfloicer,  on  the  12th  November,  1912.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  6th 
February,   1913 -Yot  printed. 

95c.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  29th  Jan- 
uary, 1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  report  of  the  commission  appointed  to  investigate  com- 
plaints against  the  United  Shoe"  Machinery  Company,  together  with  the  order  in 
council  appointing  the  commission,  the  complaints  upon  which  the  order  was  issued 
and  all  action,  if  any,  taken  by  the  government  on  report  of  commission,  by  order  in 
council  or  otherwise.      Presented  11th  February,  1913. — Sir  Wilfrid  Laiirier. 

-Yoi  printed 

95d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  20th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  evidence, 
letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  investigation  into  th? 
stranding  of  the  D.  G.  steamer  Earl  Grey  at  Toney  River,  County  of  Pictou,  in  the 
spring  of  1912;  of  the  reports  of  the  commissioner  investigating  the  same,  and  of  all 
correspondence,  telegrams  and  documents  in  connection  therewith,  and  of  any  depart- 
mental action  in  connection  therewith.      Presented  18th  March,  1913. — Mr.  Maedonald. 

-Yo<  printed 

95e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
papers,  evidence  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  investigation  into  the 
collision  between  the  steamship  City  of  Sydney  and  the  tug  boat  Douglas  H. 
Thomas,  in  Sydney  Harbour,  13th  Novenber,  t912,  and  of  the  findings  and  reports 
of  the  commissioner  holding  the  investigation  in  regard  to  the  same.  Presented  2nd 
April,    19I3.— il/r.    Macdonald Not    printed. 

96.  Report  of  the  Second  International  Moral  Education  Congress  held  at  the  Hague,  22nd 

to  27th  of  August,  1912,  and  as  related  thereto,  on  moral  instruction  in  the  Canadian 
public  schools,  &c.,  by  Mr.  J.  A.  M.  Aikins,  who  was  appointed  by  the  government  to 
represent  Canada  at  that  Congress.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  21st  January, 
19:3 Printed    for    distribution    only. 

97.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  W12,  for  a  copy  of  all  pay-lists, 

letters,  documents,  letters  and  other  papers  in  connection  with  the  expenditures  at 
Cariboo  Island  in  the  County  of  Pictou.  Presented  21st  January,  1913. — Mr 
Macdonald    Not   printed. 

98.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence, letters  and  telegrams  between  the  Minister  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  or 
any  officer  of  his  department,  and  J.  A.  Gillies,  K.C.,  Sydney,  relating  to  the  purchase 
from  John  B.  Nicholson,  of  a  site  for  a  salmon  hatchery  at  Suidlope  Lake,  Richmond 
County.  N.S.,  and  also  of  all  accounts,  charges  and  vouchers  received  from  the  said 
J.  A.  Gillies,  for  services  in  connection  therewith  and  the  payments  made  to  the  said 
J.  A.  Gillies  in  respect  of  the  same.     Presented  7th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte. 

Nut  printed 

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99.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1312,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents  and  correspondence,  between  the  Department  of  Public  Works  and  any 
person  or  persons  relating  to  the  placing  of  obstructions  in  the  waters  of  South  West 
Cove,  Lunenburg  County,  N.S.  Presented  24th  January,  1913.— Mr.  MacJean 
(na'itax) -.Not  printed. 

100.  IJeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  pay-lists, 

letters,  documents,  telegrams  and  other  papers  in  connection  with  the  expenditureb 
at  Skinner's  Cove  in  the  County  of  Pictou.  Presented  24th  January,  1913.— Mr. 
Mardonald    iVot   printed. 

101.  IJeturn  to  an. -Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  22nd    Jan- 

uary, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  between  the  government  of  Canada  and 
the  government  of  the  Province  of  Ontario,  with  regard  to  the  e.xtension  of  the 
boundaries  of  the  said  province.      Presented  28th  January,  1913.— 5ir  Wilfrid  Lanrier. 

Not  printed. 

102.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all    corre- 

spondence, reports,  and  documents,  bearing  on  the  claim  of  C.  R.  Scoles,  of  New 
Carlisle,  Quebec,  to  a  balance  of  subsidy  voted  to  the  Atlantic  and  Lake  Superior 
railway,  since  October,  1911,  to  date.      Presented  24th  January,  1913.— -Mr.  Mnrcil. 

A'ot  printed. 

103.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  ifor  a  copy    of    all    corre- 

spondence,  letters,   telegrams,   reports   and   other  documents   concerning   an   alleged, 
defalcation  in  the  accounts  of  Joseph  J.  Melanson,  clerk    in  the    customs  office    at 
Bathurst,  County  of  Gloucester,  which  caused  an    nquiry  to  be  held  on  the  23rd  of 
October  last  by  the  Provincial  Inspector  of  Customs,  with  the  name  of  the    accuser. 
Presented    24th    January,    1913.— Mr.    Turrieon Not    printed. 

104.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,   for  a  copy    of  all  papers, 

letters  and  telegrams  in  the  custody  of  the  Dep.Tvtment  of  Railways  and  Canals,  or 
any  other  department  of  the  government,  between  the  1st  day  of  September,  1874, 
and  the  1st  day  of  September,  1879.  relating  to  the  acquisition  or  expropriation  of 
lands  at  St.  Peters,  N.S.,  for  canal  purposes,  and  relating  to  the  appointment  of 
valuators  to  apprise  the  value  of  such  lands;  the  instructions  to  such  valuators,  the 
report  or  reports  of  such  valuators,  the  area  of  lands  taken,  and  the  price  paid  for 
same;  and  also  I'he  amount  paid  each  valuator  for  his  services.  Presented  27th 
January,   1913. — Mr.    Kyte Not   printed. 

105.  lleti  rn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the    4th    December.    1912,  for    a    copy  of  all  the 

different  freight  tariffs  in  force  on  the  line  of  railway  ifrom  Matapedia,  Quebec,  to 
New  Carlisle,  Quebec,  and  from  New  Carlisle,  to  Gascons,  Quebec,  and  vice  versa, 
and  of  any  requests  that  have  been  received  in  regard  to  the  change  in  the  'same; 
and  also  a  copy  of  any  requests,  petitions,  letters,  or  other  documents  complaining 
of  the  said  tariffs.     Presented  27th  Jann-Try,   1913.— .Mr.  Marcil  (Bonarenture). 

.\ot  printed. 

105«  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  Decemiber,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  the 
diflerent  freight  tarifls  in  force  on  the  line  of  railway  from  Sunny  Brae  to  Terrona 
Junction,  on  the  Intercolonial  Railway,  and  of  any  requests  thnt  have  been  received 
in  regard  to  the  change  in  the  same,  and  also  a  copy  of  any  requests,  petitions, 
letters  or  other  documents  complaining  of  said  tariff.     Presented  27th  January,  1913. 

— Mr.   Siriilair Not   printed. 

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106.  Return  to  an  Order  ctf  the  House  of  the  5th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  the  original 

instructions,  including  maps,  specifications,  profiles,  &c.,  furnished  the  engineers  on 
the  eastern  division  of  the  Transcontinental  railway  between  Winnipeg  and  Quebec 
by  the  chief  engineer  of  the  Transcontinental  Commission,  and  approved  by  the 
Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Company.  Also  of  all  instructions,  including  specifi- 
cations and  profiles,  issued  by  the  chief  engineer  of  the  Transcontinental  Commission 
or  by  the  chairman,  since  31st  October,  1911,  which  in  any  way  vary,  amend,  or  depart 
from  the  original  instructions  above  mentioned.  Also,  of  all  correspondence  between 
the  Minister  oif  Railways  or  any  oificial  of  his  department  and  the  chairman  of  the 
Transcontinental  Commission,  or  the  chief  engineer,  concerning  the  departure  from 
the  original  instructions,  either  as  to  the  grades,  curves  and  bridges  or  other  per- 
manent structures.  Also  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  between  the  Minister  of  Rail- 
ways or  any  member  of  the  government  and  any  official  of  the  Grand  Trunk  Pacific 
Railway  Company  referring  to  change  of  original  instructions  as  regards  grades, 
curves  or  permanent  structures  on  the  said  line  between  Winnipeg  and  Quebec;  and 
also  of  all  correspondence  between  the  chairman  of  the  Transcontinental  Commission 
or  the  chief  engineer  and  any  official  of  the  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Company, 
or  any  member  of  its  engineering  staff,  concerning  the  proposed  change  of  grades, 
curves,  or  other  permanent  structures  on  the  line  of  the  Transcontinental  between 
Winnipeg  and  the  City  of  Quebec.      Presented  30th  January,  1913— .Wr.  Graham. 

Not  printed. 

106a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Tth  May,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  a  letter,  dated 
2-tth  September,  1901,  written  by  Chief  Engineer  Lumsden  of  the  Transcontinental 
Commission  to  Chairman  Wade  of  the  same  body,  in  which  the  iformer  recommended 
to  the  latter  certain  grades  on  the  Transcontinental  railway.  Presented  15th  May, 
1913. — Mr.    Graham Not  printed. 

107.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  20tli  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers  in 

connection  with  a  claim  of  L.  A.  Sauve  to  certain  buildings  at  La  Pointe  des  Casc.ides, 
on  the  Soulanges  canal,  and  of  all  correspondence  on  the  same.  Presented  30th 
January,   1913.— 5ir   Wilfrid  La.urier Not  printed. 

108.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  the  contract 

entered  into  between  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  anjl  W.  H.  Weller  for 
St.  Peters  canal  improvements,  and  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  between  the  con- 
tractor or  any  other  person,  firm  or  corporation  and  the  Honourable  Minister  of 
Railways  and  Canals  relating  to  the  dumping  of  material  removed  by  the  contractor. 
Presented  30th  January,  1913.— -Vr.   Kyte Not  printed. 

108a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence between  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  and  C.  D.  Sargent,  C.E., 
and  between  C.  D.  Sargent,  C.E.,  and  H.  G.  Stanton,  Superintending  Engineer  of  the 
St.  Peters  Canal,  or  between  W.  H.  Weller,  contractor  ifor  the  St.  Peters  canal 
improvements,  and  either  or  all  of  said  parties  relative  to  work  done  by  the  con- 
tractor outside  of  his  contract,  and  the  specifications  thereof,  and  also  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence,  letters  and  telegrams  between  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals 
or  C.  D.  Sargent,  C.E.,  and  any  other  person,  in  regard  to  the  same;  and  of  all 
accounts  and  vouchers  rendered  by  the  contractor  to  the  government  of  such  work, 
and  the  payment  made  by  the  government  to  the  contractor,  specifying  whether  the 
same  is  paid  for  in  full  or  otherwise.      Presented  21st  April,  1913.— ilfr.  Kyte. 

Not  printed. 

108b-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  i9th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  accounts 
of  personal  expenses  paid  to  Mr.  St.  Amour,  Superintendent  of  the  Soulanges  Canal, 

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since  he  entered  ujjon  his  duties. — Also  return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2nd 
Apiil,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  accounts  for  personal  expenses  paid  by  the  government 
to  Mr.  St.  Amour,  Superintendent  of  the  Soulanges  Canal,  since  the  date  of  his 
appointment.     Presented  29th  April,  1913.— -Ur.  Boyer ISot  printed. 

109.  Keturn  to    an  Order  of  the    House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all    corre- 

spondence, letters,  telegrams,  petitions  and  other  documents  received  since  the  1st 
day  of  January.  1912,  asking  that  the  line  of  railway  known  as  the  Vale  Road,  should 
be  taken  over  by  the  Intercolonial  Railway.  Presented  30th  January,  1913.— Mr. 
ilf acdonaW A'of  printed. 

110.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the    House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  ifor  a  copy  of    all  corre- 

spondence in  connection  with  the  issuing  of  letters  patent  to  the  Quebec  Railway, 
Light,  Heat  and  Power  Company,  Limited,  and  also  said  letters  patent.  Presented 
3Jth   January,    1913.— -l/r.   Lemicux Xot   printed. 

111.  R'turn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9tli  December,  1912.  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 

documents,  correspondence,  &c.,  between  the  Department  of  Trade  a7id  Commei-oe  and 
Mr.  Donnelly,  late  Canadian  Trade  Commissioner  in  Mexico,  relating  to  the  closing 
erf  the  office  of  such  trade  commissioner  in  Mexico.  Presented  3rd  February,  1913. — 
Mr.  Maclean  (Balifax) Not  printed. 

112.  Return  called  for    by  Section  8S  of  Chapter    62,  Revised  Statutes  of  Canada,  requiring 

that  the  Minister  of  the  Interior  shall  lay  before  parliament,  each  year,  a  return  of 
liquor  brought  from  any  place  out  of  Canada  iuto  the  territories  by  special  permission 
in  writing  of  the  Commissioner  of  the  Northwest  Territories.  Presented  by  Hon. 
Mr.   Roche,  3rd  February,   1913 Not  printed. 

113.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  January,  1913,  rfor  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

telegrams  and  other  papers  and  documents,  relating  to  the  resignation  of  Lt.-Cul. 
W .  F.  Moore,  20th  Regiment,  Haltou  Rifles,  and  also  of  the  resignation  and  the  reply 
thereto.     Presented    (jth    February,    1913. — JVfr.    Macdonald Not    printed. 

114.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the    House  of  the  20th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

papers,  telegrams  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  strike  of  firemen  and 
other  men  employed  on  the  D.G.S.  Earl  Grey,  in  the  year  1912  and  1913.  Presented 
11th    February,    1913.— Mr.    MacdonaJd Not    printed. 

115.  Keturn  to  an  Order  o€  the  House  of  the  27th  March,  1912,  for    a    copy  of  all    papers, 

letters  and  telegrams  relating  to  the  applications  for,  or  the  granting  of,  a  lease  of 
False  Cove  Flats,  Vancouver,  B.C.      Presented  lltU  February,  1913.— -Mr.  Macdonald. 

Not  printed. 

116.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence and  other  papers  in  connection  with  a  proposed  guarantee  of  bonds  to  the  Quebec 
and  Saguenay  railway.   .Presented  Uth  February,  1913.— Mr.  Lemieux Not  printed. 

116a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  orf  the  9th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents, 
including  petitions,  memorials,  letters  and  telegrams,  addressed  to  the  government,  or 
any  of  its  nemlers,  urging  it  to  take  over  and  incorporate  into  the  Canadian  govern- 
mc-j.t  railway  system,  the  Quebec  and  Oriental  Railway  and  the  Atlantic,  Quebec  and 
Western   Railway,  with  a  copy  of  all  the  answers  thereto.     Presented  20th  May.  1913. 

—Mr.    Mured     ibonaicnture) Xut    printed. 

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l\Gb.  IJeturn  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  tlii  Governor  General  of  the  11th  De- 
cember, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  in  council  in  connection  with  the  construction, 
t(f  a  line  of  railway  from  St.  John  to  Grand  Falls  in  the  Province  of  New  Brunswick, 
or  any  portion  thereof  and  also  of  all  plans  and  profiles  filed  with  the  Department  of 
Railways  and  Canals  by  the  St.  John  and  Quebec  Railway  Company,  and  of  all  corre- 
spondence between  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  or  any  official  thereof  and 
with  the  said  company  or  the  Government  of  the  Province  of  New  Brunswick,  or  any 
ofiicial  thereof,  with  reference  to  the  curves,  grades  or  general  specifications  of  the 
said  railway  or  any  portion  thereof.      Presented  20th  Hay,  19i3.— Mr.  Carvell. 

Hot  printed. 

Il6c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2Sth  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  memorials, 
petitions,  letters,  and  other  documents  submitted  to  the  Board  of  Railway  Commis- 
sioners from  1st  January,  1913,  to  date,  by  any  party  whatsoever  regarding  the  service 
of  the  Quebec  and  Oriental  Railway  and  the  Atlantic,  Quebec  and  Western  Railway,  as 
to  freight,  passengers  and  e.\press  matters,  with  a  copy  of  all  orders  and  rulings 
issued  by  such  Board  and  of  all  correspondence  in  connection  therewith.  Presented 
20th   May,   1913.— .^Ir.   Marcil    {Bonarenture) Not  printed. 

117.  Return  to    an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  5th  Decem- 

ber. 1912,  for  a  return  showing  the  number  of  appeals  made  to  the  Governor  in 
Council  during  the  twelve  months  preceding  2oth  November,  1912,  against  orders  of 
the  Board  of  Railway  Commissioners,  the  particulars  of  each  appeal,  and  the  decision 
rendered  by  the  Governor  in  Council  in  each  case.  Presented  11th  February,  1913. — 
Ur.    Graliam    Printed   for   sessional  papers   only. 

118.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  22nd  January, 

1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  in  council  and  of  all  correspondence  relating  to  the 
extension  of  facilities  for  obtaining  information  useful  to  Canadian  Trade  and  Com- 
merce in  connection  with  the  British  Consular  Service.  Presented  11th  February, 
1913.— Kr.  Ames iVot  printed. 

119.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  all 

the  employees  of  the  different  departments  at  Ottawa,  and  also  in  the  nine  provinces 
and  territories  of  Canada,  and  other  places  outside  of  Canada,  in  the  inside  and  out- 
side service,  who  have  left  their  employment  since  the  1st  October,  1911,  up  to  the 
lOUi  January,  1912,  inclusively,  with  their  names.  Christian  names,  age,  nationality, 
employment  and  salaries  respectively;  the  date  of  their  appointment:  the  date  of  their 
leaving;  their  salaries,  the  time  of  their  appointment  and  at  leaving;  the  reasons  of 
their  leaving;  and  if  replaced  or  not;  the  names.  Christian  name,  age,  nationality, 
employment  and  salary  of  those  who  have  replaced  them;  and  in  the  case  of  dis- 
missals, a  list  of  the  persons  who  asked  for  their  dismissals;  in  the  case  of  these  re- 
placing them,  a  list  of  the  persons  who  recommended  their  successors  Presented 
11th  February,  1913.— If r.   Wilson  {Laval) Not  printed. 

119a.  Supplementary  return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2tth  January,  1912,  for  a 
return  shewing  all  the  employees  of  the  different  departments  at  Ottawa,  and  also  in 
the  nine  provinces  and  territories  of  Canada,  and  other  places  outside  of  Canada,  in 
the  inside  and  outside  service,  who  have  left  their  employment  since  the  1st  October, 
1911,  up  to  the  10th  January,  1912,  inclusively,  with  their  names.  Christian  names, 
age,  nationality,  employment  and  salaries  respectively;  the  date  of  their  appointment; 
the  date  of  their  leaving;  their  salaries  at  the  time  of  their  appointment  and  at 
leaving;  the  reasons  of  their  leaving;  and  if  replaced  or  not;  the  names.  Christian 
name,  age,  nationality,  employment  and  salary  of  those  who    have    replaced  them; 

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and  in  the  case  of  disniissaU,  a  list  of  the  persons  who  asked  for  their  dismissals;  in 
the  case  ctf  these  rephicing  them,  a  list  of  the  persons  who  recommended  their 
successors.      Presented  17th  March,  1913— -Wr.   Wilson  (Laval) Not  printe4- 

120.  Ectiirn  to  an  -Address  to  His  Koyal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  5th  February, 

1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  tenders,  contracts,  reports  and  other  memoranda  of  the  engi- 
neers of  the  Department  of  Public  Works,  orders  in  council,  correspondence  and  all 
other  documents  relating  to  the  construction  of  a  dam  for  storage  purposes  at  tho 
foot  of  Lake  Timiskaming.      Presented  12th  February,  1913.— -Vr.  Pugsley. 

Not  printed. 

I20a.  Beturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  March,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  contracts, 
correspondence  or  writings  whatsoever,  respecting  the  construction  of  a  dam  in  IBfls 
Or  1909,  called  the  Lake  Timiskaming  dam  constructed  or  built  over  the  rivers  form- 
irg  the  inflow  or  the  discharge  of  the  said  lake,  exchanged  between  the  Government 
of  Canada  and  the  contractor  or  contractors.  Presented  12th  February,  1913.— il/r. 
Boiilay Not  printed. 

121.  Kefurn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2Sth  March,  1912,  for  a  return  giving  a  list  of 

the  subjects  of  the  oil  paintings  and  water  colours  which  have  become  the  property 
of  the  National  Gallery  of  Canada  since  1S91 ;  and  the  names  of  the  artists  in  each 
case.     Presented  12th  February,  1913. — ilr.  Burnham Not  printed. 

122.  Return  to    an  Order  of  the    House  of  the    27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  docu- 

ments, letters,  correspondence,  reports,  recommendations,  &c.,  relating  to  the  petition 
of  Mr.  Firmin  Thibault,  of  St.  Denis,  County  of  Kamouraska,  for  his  indemnity  for 
having  served  at  the  time  of  the  Fenian  invasion.  Presented  13th  February,  1913  — 
Mr.  Lapoinle  {Kamouraska) Not  printed. 

123.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  what 

date  or  dates  the  government  purchased  the  site  for  the  new  Dominion  Rifle  Range 
in  the  County  of  Carleton,  Ontario,  from  whom  were  the  several  parcels  of  land  pur- 
chased, and  what  price  per  acre  was  paid  for  each,  the  number  of  acres  of  land  pur- 
ch  sed,  and  the  total  amount  paid  therefor,  if  any  buildings  have  been  erected  on  the 
said  lauds  by  the  government,  and  the  cost  thereof,  the  amounts  paid  by  the  govern- 
ment for  commissions,  fees,  agency  charges,  and  legal  expenses,  and  to  whom  in  con- 
nection with  said  purchase,  the  amount  of  money  exi)ended  by  the  Government  on  the 
said  range  for  all  purposes,  from  the  date  of  the  original  purchase  of  the  land  up  to 
23rd  .January,  191.3,  and  any  sums  remaining  to  be  paid  in  any  way  connected  with  the 
purchase  of  the  said  range,  to  whom  and  the  respective  amounts  thereof,  the  dis- 
tance from  the  post  office  in  the  City  of  Ottawa  to  the  said  range,  if  any  line  of  elec- 
tric or  other  railway  runs  from  the  City  of  Ottawa  to  the  said  range,  and  what  means 
of  transportation  will  be  provided  for  riflemen  going  to  and  returning  from  the  said 
range.     Presented  13th  February,  1913— -If?-.  Wilson  (Laval) Not  printed. 

124.  Return  to  an  Address  to   His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  lOtb  Feb- 

ruaiy,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  memorial  presented  to  the  Government  during  the  ses- 
sion of  1911-12,  by  a  delegation  from  the  Government  of  Prince  Edward  Island  asking 
for  an  increased  provincial  subsidy,  a  copy  of  which  memorial  was  laid  on  the  Table 
of  the  House  by  the  Finance  Minister  last  session  of  Parliament,  but  is  not  now 
apparently  on  the  files  of  the  House  Presented  17th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Hughes 
(Kings,  P.E.I.) Printed  for  sessional  papers  only. 

125.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 

ber, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  letters,  telegrams  and  correspondence  between  the 
Government  of  Canada  or  any  member  thereof,  since  1st  November,  1911,  to  tho  pre- 

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sent  time,  with  any  corporation,  company,  party  or  parties,  in  any  way  relating  to 
the  Customs  Tariff  upon  cement  or  to  the  temporary  reduction  made  of  the  Customs 
Tarifi  upon  cement;  al?o  for  a  copy  of  all  letters  and  correspondence  by  and  between 
members  of  the  Gorernment  cf  Canada  during:  the  same  period  relating  to  the  same 
subject,  and  of  all  papers,  documents,  memoranda  and  orders  in  council  relative  to 
the  reduction  of  the  Customs  Tariff  upon  cement  made  by  order  in  council  since  the 
c'ose  of  the  last  session  of  parliament.  Presented  17th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Maclean 
( Halifax) Not    printed. 

125<i.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  2flth 
January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  petitions  since  the  1st  of  October,  1911,  addressed  to 
the  Governor  General  in  Cwjncil  or  to  any  member  of  the  government,  asking  for  a 
remis  -on  and  the  adjustment  of  duty  on  cement,  of  all  letters  to  the  ministers  indi- 
vidually on  the  same,  of  all  correspondence  and  of  all  orders  in  council.  Presented 
21st  February,  1913.— Sir   Wilfrid  Lauricr .Vof  printed. 

125b.  Return  to  an  Addi'ess  to  His  Eoyal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 
ber, 1912.  for  a  coijy  of  all  papers,  documents,  petitions,  orders  in  council,  letters  and 
telegrams  in  any  department  of  the  government  of  Canada,  or  that  passed  between 
the  Department  of  Customs  and  the  Department  of  Justice  or  any  solicitor,  counsel, 
association,  company  or  individual,  during  the  past  twelve  months,  lespecting  the 
imposition  of  tariff  duties  upon  imported  lumber  dressed  on  one  side  and  sized,  or 
respecting  the  interpretation  of  tariff  item  No.  504,  together  with  a  printed  copy  of 
any  stated  case,  appeal,  factum  or  argument  used  before  the  Exchequer  Court  of 
Canada  or  the  Supreme  Court  of  Canada,  in  the  matter  of  the  judicial  interpretation 
of  tariff  item  No.  504.      Presented  4th  June.  1913.— Mr.  Maclean  (Balifax) 

Not  printed. 

126.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December.  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence passing  between  the  government  or  any  member  thereof  with  respect  to  the 
east  half  of  Section  27  in  township  six  (6)  in  range  two  (2)  west  of  the  third  meridian. 
Presented  17th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Martin  (Regina.) Not  printed. 

127.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  when 

the  militia  or  regular  forces  was  first  called  out  in  Cajiada  since  Confederation  in 
aid  of  the  civil  authorities,  how  often,  when  and  where  has  the  same  been  called  out 
since,  the  amount  of  money  paid  by  each  municipal  corporation  for  such  service  in 
each  case,  what  corps  called  out  on  each  occasion,  whether  to  quell  strikes  in  each 
instance  or  (for  what  purpose.      Presented  18th  February,  1913.— Ifr.  Macdonald. 

Not  printed. 

128.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2flth  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence, papers,  &c.,  concerning  the  application  by  James  McKelvey,  of  the  town  of 
Saruia,  Ontario,  for  Fenian  Raid  Volunteer  Bounty.  Presented  ISth  February, 
1 913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

129.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all    docu- 

ments, correspondence,  memorandums,  reports,  requests  for  inquiries,  of  the  appoint- 
ment of  commissioners  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  study  of  the  causes  for 
the  depopulation  of  country  places  and  the  high  cost  of  living  in  the  eastern  provinces 
of  the  Dominion.     Presented  18th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Paquet Not  printed. 

130.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 

documents,  memoranda  and  correspondence  relating  to  the  application  of  the  Banque 
Internationale  to  the  Treasury  Board  for  a  certific;'.te  for  the  commencement  of  busi- 
ness.   Presented   18th    February,    1913.— Mr.    Maclean    (Halifax) Not    printed. 

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131.  Ketiiin  to  an  Older  of  the  House  of  the  ith  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 

documents,  telegrams,  reports,  letters,  and  instructions  regarding  smelt  and  salmon 
fishing  in  the  Eestigouche  river  and  the  Baie  des  Chaleurs  since  October,  1911,  up  to 
date,  together  with  copy  of  instructions  issued  to  officials  of  the  Department  of 
Marine  and  Fisheries  in  that  connection.  Presented  18th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Mareil 
(lionaventure) Not  printed. 

132.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for    a    copy  of  all    corre- 

s|)ondence  and  papers  concerning  the  increase  of  salary  of  Mr.  Sevigny,  employe<l  at 
the  immigration  office  at  Montreal.      Presented  18th  February,  1913. — Mr.  Carvell. 

Not  printed. 

133.  l.'eturn   to  an  Order   of  the   House  of  the  5th  February,  1913,   for    a    return    showing 

whether  any  order  for  goods  has  been  given  by  the  Department  of  Public  Works  since 
1st  October,  1911,  at  Montreal,  Quebec,  St.  John  and  Halifax;  tenders  asked  lor  in 
each  case;  orders  for  goods  given  without  tenders;  names  of  firms,  and  amounts  in 
each  case.      Presented  19th  Februai'y,  1913. — Mi-.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

134.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all    corre- 

spondence and  other  papers,  in  the  Department  of  Public  Works,  concerning  (he 
awarding  of  a  contract  for  a  Welsh  coal  supply  to  the  various  Dominion  public 
buildings  in  Montreal.      Presented  19th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Lemieux Not  printed. 

135.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  how 

many  dredging  contracts  were  let  by  the  Department  of  Public  Works  during  the 
year  1911-12,  the  name  of  each  tenderer  and  the  amount  of  each  tender.  Presented 
19th    February,    1913.— .Vr.    Lemieux Not    printed. 

133a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  the 
quantity  by  cubic  yards  of  dredging  made  in  the  harbour  of  Bathurst  by  the  dredge 
Restigouche  during  the  months  of  May,  June,  July,  August,  September,  October,  and 
Noveral>er  of  the  year  '911.  and  during  the  same  months  in  the  year  1912.  Presented 
I9lh  February,  1913.— Mr.   Turgcon Not  printed. 

133b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, documents,  recommendations  and  reports  respecting  the  dredging  Des 
Prairies  river,  the  work  done,  depth,  length  and  w  idth  of  channel  dredged,  the  list  of 
men  employed  to  perform  that  work,  their  salaries,  and  the  amount  of  money  spent 
on  that  work  since  the  1st  of  October,  1911,  up  to  the  21st  November,  1912.  Presented 
12th   May,  1913.— Mr.  Wilson  [Laval) Not  printed. 

135c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents, 
letters,  reports  of  engineers  and  a  detailed  statement  of  expenditure  in  connection 
with  dredging  at  Ste.  .\nno  de  Restigouche  and  Cross  Point,  Bonaventure  Cotmty. 
Presented  4th  June,  1913.— .1/r.  Mareil  (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

135d.  Eiturn  to  an  Order  c!  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 
amount  of  dredging  done  by  the  government  dredges  for  private  parties  or  firms  in 
Prince  Fdward  Island)  during  the  season  of  1912;  the  names  of  the  parties  or  firms 
for  whom  this  dredging  was  done;  the  number  of  yards  of  material  dredged  for  each 
l^arty  or  firm;  the  class  of  material  dredged,  and  the  price  per  yard  the  government 
charged  for  this  dredging;  who  measured  the  material  dredged,  and  whether  it  was 
scow  measurement  that  was  made;  who  recommended  the  said  dredging  to  be  done; 
if  the  resident  engineer  or  any  engineer  was  consulted  in  regard  to  the  measuring, 
and  if  the  resident  engineer  or  any  engineer  had  control  over  the  matter  at  all.  Pre- 
sented 6th  June,  1913.— Mr.  Hufihes  (Kings,  P.E.I.) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27—00,^ tinned. 

138.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  DecemTjar,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  the  accounts 
of  Jean  Baptiste  Lena  and  of  his  wife,  for  work  done  to  the  public  buildings  at  Valley- 
field,  Quebec,  in  May,  1912;  also  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  reports  and  docu- 
ments relating  to  the  payment  in  full  or  a  part  of  their  accounts.  Presented  i9th 
February,   1913.— il/r.   Pupineau A'"t   printed. 

137.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  return  showing  the 

amount  of  money  expended  in  improving  the  channel  of  the  Ottawa  rirer  between  the 
£ity  of  Hull  and  the  village  of  Masson.    Presented  19th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Devlin. 

Not  printed. 

138.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all    docu- 

ments relating  to  the  transferring  oi  P.  E.  Amiot,  resident  engineer  of  the  Depart- 
ment of  Public  Works,  Bonarenture,  Quebec,  to  the  district  of  Chicoutimi  and 
Sagnenay,  and  the  appointment  in  his  stead,  in  Bonaventure  County,  of  Charles  E. 
Tache,  of  Chicoutimi,  as  resident  engineer,  with  a  copy  of  all  the  instructions  given 
to  the  latter  and  his  duties,  residence  and  salaiy.  Presented  19th  February,  1913.— 
Mr.  Marcil   (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

139.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  petitions, 

correspondence,  memoranda,  reports,  and  resolutions  of  county  or  other  municipal 
councils  of  Bonaventure  County  asking  or  objecting  to  certain  public  works  in  Bona- 
venture County  since  October,  1911,  with  the  Minister  of  Public  Works,  or  any  mem- 
ber of  the  present  administration,  aud  replies  made  thereto.  Presented  19th  February, 
1913. — Mr.   Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not   printed. 

140.  British   Canadian  Loan   and  Investment   Company,   Limited,   Toronto,   for   year   1911. — 

(Senate) Not  prin ted. 

141.  Claims  of  present  fish  warden.  Baker  Lake,  County  of  Madawa-ka,  X.B. — (Senate). 

Not  printed. 

141a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  -January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams,  reports,  information,  convictions  and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of 
the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  or  any  officer  thereof  relating  to  the  prose- 
cution in  the  year  19;0,  against  George  Rowlings  and  James  Rowlings,  of  Musquodo- 
boit  Harbour,  County  of  Halifax,  for  a  violation  of  the  fishery  regulations.  Presented 
aist   May,  1913.— Mr.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

141b.  Rttiirn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  telegrams  and  documents  or  other  communications,  had  with  the  Department 
of  Marine  and  Fisheries  or  any  official  thereof,  in  regard  to  the  prosecutions  against 
the  following  parties:— Samuel  Stewart,  Melvin  Hart,  Andrew  McNeil,  Thomas 
McNeil,  Hugh  Malcolm,  Tom  Moffatt,  James  Waddin,  Samuel  Wright  and  Dougald 
Higgins,  of  Westville,  County  of  Pictou,  for  infractions  of  the  Fisheries  Act,  and  of 
any  applications  or  letters  relative  to  relief  from  the  fines  imposed  or  the  return  of 
the  same;  and  also  of  all  papers,  letters,  and  other  documents  relating  to  a  charge 
against  Rod.  Martin,  of  Westville  aforesaid,  a  fishery  guardian,  for  illegal  fiishing 
and  other  offences.     Presented  21st  May,  1913.— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

141a.  Claims  of  Messrs.  Eoulanger  and  Son,  Montmagny,  Quebec— {Sev ate) Not  printed. 

142.  Copy  of  Report  of  Minister  of  Justice  iu  re  Florence  Mining  Company.— (denote). 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

143.  Instruction  sent  to  the  different  Lieutenant  Governors  of  different  provinces  of  Canada, 
with  commissions. — (Senate) Not  printed. 

5  44.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  documents,  telegrams,  reiJorts  and  opinions  in  relation  to  the  claim  of  Wil- 
liam Iceton,  of  Purcell's  Cove  for  a  return  of  a  boat  from  the  Department  of  Marine 
and  Fisheries  or  any  other  department.  Presented  20th  February,  1913.— .I//-.  Mac- 
donald    Hot   printed. 

145.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  Decem- 

ber 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  telegrams,  letters  and  orders  in  council  respecting 
the  transfer  of  the  property  known  as  the  Police  Point  Reserve  to  the  corporation  of 
the  City  of  Medicine  Hat,  Alberta.    Presented  20th  February,  1913.— iWr.  Buchanan. 

Not  printed. 

146.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January.  1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  inquiry 

made  by  F.  B.  Atkinson,  Levis,  as  to  an  accident  that  happened  to  the  horse  of 
Arsene  Lauzier,  at  -Imqui,  County  of  Rimouski,  on  the  19th  February,  1912.  Pre- 
sented 20th  February,  1913.— .Uc.  Boulay Xot  printed. 

147.  Correspondence,  memoranda,  &c.,  in   respect  to  the  issue  of  a   patent  for   the   N.  J   of 

S.  W.  i  of  section  8,  in  township  49,  range  2fi,  west  of  the  2nd  meridian,  to  one  Arthur 
Donaldson,  bearing  date  the  19th  November,  1912.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Roche,  20th 
February,   1913 Not   printed. 

147a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams  and  other  documents  with  respect  to  the  north  half  of  the  southwest 
quarter  of  settion  eight  (8),  township  forty-nine  (49),  range  twenty-six  (26),  west  of 
the  second  meridian,  province  of  Saskatchewan,  and  the  granting  of  a  homestead 
entry  for  the  said  land  to  one  Arthur  Donaldson.  Presented  6th  June,  1913.— Mr. 
Martin  (Regina) Not  printed. 

148.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  oif  all  paners, 

reports  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  delay  of  the  Indian  Department  in 
issuing  patents  for  lands  purchased  from  the  St.  Peters  band  of  Indians,  and  form- 
ing part  of  the  St.  Peters  Indian  reserve,  Manitoba.  Presented  25th  February,  1913. 
—Mr.   Oliver Not  printed. 

149.  Return  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  27th  January, 

!9!3,  for  a  copy  of  all  apiditations  addressed  to  the  Government  by  the  Algoma  Steel 
Company  for  remission  of  duties  on  rails  imported  bj  the  said  company  at  Fort  Wil- 
liam; of  all  correspondence  on  the  same,  of  all  evidence  sought  and  obtained  by  the 
government  and  supplied  by  the  company  in  support  of  its  application ;  and  of  all 
orders  in  council  ordering  such  remission  of  duties.  Presented  25th  February,  1913.— 
Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier Not  printed. 

150.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2-tth  February,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 
.stenographers  and  secretaries  of  the  House  of  Commons,  and  the  names  cf  the  mem- 
bers for  whom  each  of  them  work.     Presented  2Gth  February,  1913.— Mr.  Runlay. 

Not  printed. 

150a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  ultimo,  for  a  return  giving  the 
names  and  home  addresses  of  the  persons  employed  in  the  House  of  Commons  as 
etenographers  to  members.     Presented  1st  April,  1913.- Mr.  Marti;i  (Reqina). 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  27— Continued. 

151.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  16th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 

number  of  bushels  of  grain  and  barrels  or  sacks  of  flour  which  were  shipped  from 
Montreal,  Quebec,  St.  John,  N.B.,  and  Halifax,  for  twelve  months  preceding  the  31st 
day  of  December,  1912;  the  kinds  of  each  product  respectively,  and  the  quantities  of 
said  commodities  at  each  of  above  points  which  were  domestic  and  foreign.  Pre- 
sented 26th  February,  1913.— Afr.   Bennett   {Simcoe) Not  ijrintcd. 

152.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  February,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  in 

detail  the  quantity  and  values,  respectively,  of  the  imports  and  exports  of  Canada 
with  Great  Britain,  United  States,  Australia  and  New  Zealand,  during  the  year  end- 
ino-  31st  March,  1912,  in  horses,  cattle,  sheep,  hogs,  bacon,  hams,  fresh  and  salted  beef, 
lard,  tallow,  mutton,  canned  meats,  butter,  cheese,  eggs,  poultry  and  apples.  Pre- 
sented 26th  February,  1913.— Mr.  Sutherland Not  printed. 

153.  K-eturn  to  an  Address  to  His  Eoyal  Highness  the  Governor  General    of    the  26th  Feb- 

ruary, 1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  documents  and  correspondence  relating  to  action 
by  the  Government  in  regrd  to  the  relief  of  the  shareholders  and  depositors  of  the 
Farmer's  Bank,  and  of  the  order  in  council  appointing  Sir  William  Meredith  as  Com- 
misicner,  and  all  correspondence  in  relation  tliereto.  Presented  2b'th  Febriiary,  1913. 
— Mr.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

153a.  Report  of  the  Honourable  Sir  William  Ealph  Meredith,  Kt.,  Commissioner  appointed 
to  make  investigation  into  all  matters  connected  with  the  Farmers  Bank  of  Canada. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  26th  February,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  28. 

(This  volume  is  bound  in  three  parts.) 

153b.  Report  of  Royal  Commission  authorized  by  orders  in  council  dated  19th  day  of  July, 
1912,  and  the  &th  day  of  August,  1912,  to  inquire  into  alleged  complaints  as  to  methods 
of  weighing  butter  and  cheese  in  Montreal,  and  also  as  to  the  methods  of  payment. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Burrell,  30th  May,  1913.  ■ 

Printed  Jor  distribution   and  sessional  paper.-,. 

154.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1912,  for  a  return  showing    the 

amount  of  the  subsidy  paid  to  each  of  the  four  original  provinces  of  the  Dominion  at 
Confederation,  and  the  population  on  which  such  payment  was  based;  the  subsidy  . 
payable  to  each  of  the  remaining  fire  provinces  on  entering  the  union,  and  the  popu- 
lation on  which  such  payment  was  based;  the  sum  added  to  the  subsidy  of  any  prov- 
ince as  better  terms,  and  the  date  which  such  addition  was  made  respectively;  the 
details  of  each  readjustment  of  subsidies  since  1867,  and  the  yearly  subsidy  at  present 
payable  to  each  province,  with  the  population  on  which  such  payment  is  based,  and 
the  original  debt  allowance,  if  any,  respectively,  placed  to  the  credit  of  each  province 
on  entering  the  union.      Presented  27th  February,  1913.— Jl/r.  Sinclair. 

Printed  for  sessional  papers  only. 

155.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  Jauuary,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence in  regard  to  the  disposition  of  the  Marine  Hospital  at  Pictou  to  the  town  of 
Pictou,  or  any  other  corporation  or  person.  Presented  27th  February,  1913.— .1/r. 
iiacdoncdd - Not   printed. 

156.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

tenders,  contracts,  papers  and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Department 
of  Marine  and  Fisheries  relating  to  the  making  and  cancellation  otf  a  contract  or 
agreement  between  the  said  department  and  one  Charles  G.  Giffin,  of  Isaac  Harbour, 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  28.~Conii,iued. 

N.S.,  to  perform  certain  services  for  the  lobster  hatchery  at  that  place,  and  also  relat- 
ing to  a  subsequent  agreement  with  one  Philip  McAi-thur  to  perform  similar  duties. 
Presented  27th  February,  1913.— J/ ;•.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

157.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  cf  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers 

and  correspondence  concerning  the  claim  cf  Charles  Mennier,  ex-Collector  of  Customs 
at  Marieville,  Quebec,  for  rent.     Presented  2Sth  February,  1913. — Mr.  Lcmicux. 

Xot  printed. 

158.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

correspondence,  documents  and  reports  relating  to  the  closing  of  the  post  ofBce  at 
Pomket  river,  Antigonisb  County,  Xova  Scotia,  and  the  cancellation  of  the  contract 
for  the  Ciirrying  of  the  mail  between  Heatherton  and  Pomket  river.  Presented  2Sth 
February,   1913.— If'--   Cliisholm    (.intigonish) Nut  printed. 

158a-  Return  to  an  Order  of  tjie  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
telegrams,  petitions  and  other  correspondence  and  documents  received  by  the  Post 
Office  Department  during  the  last  twelve  months  from  the  honourable  member  for 
East  Grey  and  others,  relating  to  the  closing  of  the  post  office  at  Harkaway,  County 
of  Grey  picvir.ce  of  Oiiiario,  and  of  the  proposed  change  in  the  mail  service.  Pre- 
ieutcd  2L:th   March,   1913.— -Ur.   Lanctot Not  printed. 

159.  Claims  put  forth  by  and  on  behalf  of  Indians  of  British  Columbia — Report  of  James  T. 

M'.  Kenna  on. — {Senaiei, Not  printed. 

159a.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  20th  Jan- 
uary, 1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  between  the  Government  of  British  Colum- 
bia and  the  Government  of  Canada  concerning  the  rights  and  claims  of  the  Indians  in 
the  province,  and  of  nil  orders  in  council  with  regard  to  the  same.  Presented  11th 
May,  1913.— Sir   Wilfrid  Lanrier Not  printed 

159b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  28th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence, reports  and  recommendations  from  Rev.  R.  L.  Macdouald,  Indian  agent  at 
Salmon  River  reserve,  Riclimond  County,  N.S.,  relating  to  the  Indian  scliool  in  said  • 
reserve;  and  of  all  correspondence  and  instructions  from  thb  Department  of  Indian 
Affairs  to  the  said  Indian  agent,  relating  to  the  same;  also  a  copy  of  all  complaints, 
charges  and  reports  against  Miss  Charlotte  M.  Devereaux,  teacher  of  the  said  school, 
and  of  all  correspondence  and  recommendations  relating  to  the  appointment  of 
F.unest  McNeil  to  succeed  her,  since  1st  January,  1912.  Presented  23rd  May,  1913.  - 
Mr.    Kyle Not   printed. 

159c.  R'.tnru  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  May,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  (he  last  surrender 
and  of  all  papers,  correspondence  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  sur- 
render of  pjrt  of  the  White  Bear  Indian  Reserve;  together  with  a  copy  of  all  letters 
and  telegrams  referring  to  this  surrender  by  officials  of  the  Department  or  others, 
and  of  the  authority  on  which  this  surrender  was  taken,  the  number  of  acres  sur- 
vpmlpreil,  and  how  di.sp.ised  of.      Presented  23rd  Mny,  1913.— .Air.  Bradbury. 

Not  printed. 

159d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  30th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
papers,  memoranda  and  other  documents,  dated  since  1st  January,  1912,  relating  to 
the  Kitsilano  Indian  Reserve  in  the  City  of  Vancouver.  Presented  23rd  May,  1913  — 
Mr.  Oliver Not  printed. 

160.  Immigrants — number  otf,  who  settled  in  Canada,  in  1911-12,  and  from  whence. — (Senate). 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2S.—Confmued. 

160«.  Return  to  an  Order  of  tlie  House  of  the  7th  May,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the  num- 
ber of  immigrants  coming  into  Canada  during  the  year  ending  31st  March,  1913, 
inspected  by  the  government  medical  inspectors;  the  total  cost  of  siich  medical  in- 
spections; the  number  o£  medical  doctors  employed  by  the  government  during  that 
period;  the  name,  salary  and  location  of  each,  including  those  resident  in  Oitawa. 
Presented  6th  June,  1913.— Mr.  Schafjner Not  prinied. 

161.  Correspondence   with   Mr.   V.   Steffansson   concerning   northern   expedition.      Presentet\ 

by  Hon.   Mr.   Hazen,   3rd   March,   1913 Not  prUiteil. 

]61a.  Copy  of  order  in  council  No.  P.O.  40G  of  the  22iid  February,  1913,  with  reference  to 
Mr.  V.  Steffansson's  proposed  northern  expedition.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazeu. 
10th  March,  1913 lYof  printed. 

162.  Eeturn  to  an  Address  to  His  Eoyal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  2.5th  March, 

1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  requests,  petitions,  orders  in  council  and  other  docu- 
ments in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  relating  to  the 
charge  in  the  fishery  regulations  by  which  steam  trawlers  were  prohibited  from  par- 
ticipating in  the  fishing  bounty.     Presented  3rd  March,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed. 

162o.  Eeturn  to  an  Address  to  His  Eoyal  Highness  the  Governor  General,  of  the  10th  Feb- 
ruary, 1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  petitions,  correspondence,  reports  of  experts  or  officers, 
of  orders  in  council,  minutes  of  eounoil,  and  of  other  papers  and  documents  in  the 
possession  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  or  any  department  olf  the 
government,  relating  to  steam  trawling  on  the  Atlantic  seaboard.  Presented  15th 
April,   1913. — Mr.  Sinclair Not  pritited. 

163.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  February,  19'3,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence, papers,  accounts,  vouchers,  concerning  the  purchase  and  subsequent 
repairs  of  a  private  car  by  the  Department  of  Militia  and  Defence,  from  the  Can- 
adian Northern  Railway  Company.     Presented  3rd  March,  1913. — Mr.  Lemieux. 

Not  printed. 

164.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2ith  February,  1913,  for    a    return  showing 

separately  the  amount  paid  by  the  Department  of  Indian  Affairs  for  medical  attend- 
ance on  account  of  the  Indians  on  the  Micmac  reserve  of  Ste.  Anne  de  Restigouche, 
Quebec,  for  each  year  from  1900  to  1913,  inclusive,  and  to  whom  paid.  Presented  10th 
March,  1913.— -Vr.  Marcil  (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

165.  Eeturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all    corre- 

spondence, letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  sale  of  alleged 
Indian  lands  at  Nyanza,  riding  of  North  Cape  Breton  and  Victoria,  N.S.,  to  one 
Philip  McDonald,  such  sale  having  taken  place  about  the  year  1877.  Presented  17th 
March,  1913.— Mr.  McKenzie Not  printed. 

165ii.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  May,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the  num- 
ber of  acres  surrendered  by  the  Cote's  Band  of  Indians,  the  number  of  acres  sold  by 
private  sale,  the  number  of  acres  still  unsold;  together  with  a  copy  of  all  letters  from 
persons  who  made  application  for  purchase  of  surrendered  lands  in  Cote's  reserve, 
or  from  any  person  on  behalif  of  purchasers  and  replies  thereto;  and  of  all  reports, 
letters  or  memoranda  addressed  to  the  Superintendent  General  of  Indian  Affairs,  from 
any  officer  of  the  department  respecting  the  private  sale  of  said  lands:  also  a  copy  of 
any  document  or  documents  covering  the  authority  under  which  these  lands  were 
sold  by  private  sale,  and  of  all  letters  addressed  to  the  department,  or  any  officer  of 
department,  respecting  the  sale  of  said  lands.  Presented  3rd  June,  1913. —.'V/r.  Brad- 
bury  Not  printed. 

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166.  Return  to  an  Order  df  the  House  of  the  12th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

reports  and  other  documents  received  by  the  Minister  of  Labour  regarding  labour 
conditions  on  the  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  between  Tete  Jaune  Cache  and  Fort  George. 
Presented    17th    March,    19:3.— If r.    Olii-er Not    printed 

167.  Etturn  to  au  .iddress  to  His  Rflyal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  3i-d  February, 

19.3,  for  a  copy  of  all  telegrams,  letters  and  other  documents  passing  between  the 
Government  of  Canada,  or  any  member  thereof,  and  the  Government  of  the  Province 
of  Saikalchew  an,  or  any  member  thereof,  with  respect  to  chapter  17  of  the  statutes  of 
Saskatchewan,  1912,  being  an  Act  to  preve'nt  the  employment  of  female  labour  in  cer- 
tain capacities.      Presented  17th  March,  ]9'3.— -Ur.  Martin  {Reyina) .Not  printed. 

168.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOth  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all    corre- 

spondence, petitions  and  other  papers  received  by  the  Prime  Minister,  or  any  mem- 
ber of  the  government,  since  the  1st  April,  1912,  in  connection  with  the  school  system 
established  in  that  portion  of  the  Keewatin  Territory  annexed  to  the  province  of 
Manitoba.      Presented  17th  March,  1913— -l/r.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

169.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing    the 

number  of  accidents  to  lock  gates  or  bridges  on  the  Welland  Canal  during  the  year 
ending  25th  November,  1912,  the  nature  of  the  accidents,  the  amo\int  cif  damage  in 
each  case  and  the  amount  recovered  by  the  Government  from  vessel  owners  in  each 
instjince.    Presented  18th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Graham Not  printed. 

170  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3id  March,  '913,  for  a  copy  of  the  contracl 
pas-ed  on  the  6th  day  of  August,  1910,  between  the  City  of  Quebec  and  the  Transcon- 
tinental Railway  Commissioners,  for  the  acquisition  by  the  latter  of  the  property 
known  as  Champlain  Market,  to  be  used  as  a  station  and  terminals  for  the  said  rail- 
way; of  all  the  correspondence  between  the  said  city  and  the  present  Commissioner  of 
the  said  railway,  with  the  Minister  of  Railways,  or  any  other  Minister,  with  regard 
to  the  non-execution  of  the  said  contract  by  the  said  commission.  Presented  18th 
March,  1913.— .Sir  iVilfrid  Laurier Printed  for  sessional  papers  only. 

171..  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  of  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
correspondence,  &c.,  respecting  the  request  for  suspension  by  H.  Boulay,  of  J.  Stahl, 
assistant  inspector  of  immigration  on  the  railway.  Presented  19th  March,  1913. — Mr. 
Boiilau    -Vof   printed. 

172.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 

total  area  of  land  thrown  open  for  pre-emption  and  purchased  homesteads  in  each  of 
the  provinces  of  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta  since  the  passing  of  the  Dominion  Lands 
Act  of  1908;  also  the  number  of  acres  of  such  lands  which  have  been  disposed  of  by 
way  of  pre-emptions  and  purchased  homesteads  in  each  of  the  said  provinces,  the 
amount  of  principal  money  collected  on  account  of  such  lands  in  each  of  the  said 
provinces  up  to  31st  December,  1912,  and  the  amount  of  interest  collected  on  account 
of  such  lands  in  each  of  the  said  provinces  to  31st  December,  1912.  Presented  19lli 
March,    1913.— Mr.    Martin    {Regina) Not   printed 

173.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Iflth  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  lettei>. 

correspondence,  memorials  and  other  documents  received  by  the  Right  HonourahU' 
the  Prime  Minister  and  the  Honourable  the  Minister  of  Justice,  since  the  1st  day  of 
January,  1912,  relating  to  the  request  by  county  court  judges  for  an  increase  of  salary 
and  for  an  amendment  to  the  Judges  .4ct  with  respect  to  retiring  allowances.  Pre- 
sented 26th   March,   1913.— Mr.   Proulx Not  printed. 

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174.  Ksturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  13th  February,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 

names  of  the  keepers  in  Portsmouth  penitentiary,  and  their  religious  belief;  the 
names  of  any  of  the  said  keepers  who  may  have  been  dismissed,  the  date,  charges  and 
on  whose  recommendation  were  they  reinstated.  Presented  26th  Mareh,  1DJ3. — Mr. 
Eduards Not   printed. 

174"  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  13th  February,  1913,  for  the  name  oif  the  dis- 
cipline officer  in  charge  of  each  of  the  following  departments  in  Portsmouth  peniten- 
tiary, the  date  w-hen  each  was  first  appointed  on  the  penitentiary  staff,  the  date  to 
liis  present  position,  and  the  religious  belief  of  each :  Quarry,  farm,  warden's  resi- 
dence and  grounds,  blacksmith  shop,  bath  room  and  laundry,  stone  shed,  tailor  and 
shoe  shop,  changing  room,  stone  pile,  sewage  plant,  asylum  ward,  cell  wings,  library 
and  Eoman  Catholic  and  Protestant  chapels,  hospital,  shop  dome,  carpenter,  tin  and 
paint  shop,  and  prison  of  isolation.      Presented  26th  March,  1913. — Mr.  Edwards. 

Not  printed. 

175.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  state- 

ments of  account  for  salary  or  remuneration  to  the  Commissioner,  and  his  expenses, 
for  witness  fees  and  all  other  expenses  in  connection  with  t:he  investigations  by  Com- 
missioner Duchemiu,  of  the  following  persons  in  Antigonish  County  namely:  Patrick 
M.  Decoste,  deckhand  SS.  Scotia,  Harbour  an  Boucher;  William  R.  Fougere,  section- 
man.  Harbour  au  Bouche;  Allen  Kinney,  sectionman,  Linwood ;  Hubert  Myatte,  sec- 
tionman,  Tracadie;  John  McDonell,  sectionman,  Afton  Station;  John  W.  Malanson, 
sectionman,  Afton;  James  Armstrong,  sectionman,  Heatherton;  Charles  Landry,  sec- 
tionman, Pomket;  William  S.  Landry,  section  foreman,  Pomket;  Colin  McDonalil, 
sectionman,  .James  River;  Archibald  Chisholm,  station  agent,  Heatherton;  .Joseph 
Benoit,  station  agent,  Pomket;  Alex.  B.  Mc.4dam,  fishery  officer.  Malignant  Cove; 
Alex.  McDonald,  sub-collector.  Doctors  Brook;  Charles  T,.  Gass,  sub-collector,  Bay- 
field; Jefirey  M.  Crispo,  sub-collector.  Harbour  au  Bouche;  Hugh  E.  McAdam,  post- 
master, Arisaig;  Thomas  J.  Sears,  postmaster,  Lochaber,  Charles  L.  Gass,  post- 
master, Bayfield;  and  Joseph  P.  Benoit,  postmaster,  Pomquet;  also  the  expenses  in 
detail,  of  and  incidental  to  the  investigation  by  said  Commissioner  Duchemin  of  the 
charges  made  against  John  J.  McDonald,  postmaster,  McArra's  Brook;  Archibald 
Stewart,  section  foreman.  Harbour  au  Bouche;  Ronald  McFarlane,  section  foreman, 
Williams  Point ;  Henry  Williams,  sectionman.  Marshy  Hope ;  and  John  W.  Mclnnes, 
bridge  foreman  Intercolonial  Railway,  Antigonish.  Presented  2Gth  March,  1913.— Mr. 
Chisholm   (Antiyonish) Not  printed. 

175a.  Return  to. an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  28th  April,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the  date 
of  the  appointment  of  H.  P.  Duchemin,  Investigating  Commissioner  for  Eastern  Ko\a 
Scotia;  the  number  of  days  he  has  been  employed  by  the  government  since  the 
appointment ;  the  gross  amount  paid  to  Mr.  Duchemin  as  an  allowance  for  his  ser- 
vices, e.xcluding  travelling  expenses  or  other  outlay;  the  amount  which  has  been  paid 
to  Mr.  Duchemin  to  date  for  travelling  expenses,  living  expenses,  witness  fees,  and 
other  sundry  expenses,  respectively.      Presented  31st  May,  1913. — Mr.  Sinclair. 

Not  printed. 

176.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December.  1912.  for  a  copy  of  the  report 

or  reports  made  by  C.  E.  Tache,  resident  engineer  of  Bonaventure  County,  Quebec,  on 
public  works  existing  or  asked  for  in  that  constituency  since  October,  1911,  up  to  date. 
Presented  28th   March.  1913.— iV/r.   Mareil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

177.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Gth  February,  1913.  for  a  return  showing  what 

properties  within  the  area  north  of  Wellington  street  and  west  of  Bank  street,  in  the 
City  of  Ottawa,  have  been  purcli.nsed  or  acquired  by  the  Government;  from  whom  the 
said  purchases  were  made,  and  the  price  paiil,  or  agreed  to  be  paid,  in  each  case;  the 

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numbiT  of  said  properties  not  yet  paid  for,  tUe  names  of  the  owners  thereof,  and 
amount,  if  any,  in  dispute  in  each  case;  the  names  of  the  persons  who  were  employed 
in  any  capacity,  or  for  any  purpose,  in  connection  with  the  purchase  of  the  said 
properties,  and  the  terms  of  their  employment;  the  amount  which  has  been  paid  to 
each,  and  further  amounts  to  be  paid  to  such  persons,  giving  their  respective  names; 
whether  the  <iovcrnuient  has  employed  any  persons  or  agents  to  colled  rent  from  the 
tenants  or  occupants  of  any  of  the  said  properties,  if  so,  the  names  of  such  rent  col- 
lectors, for  what  period  employed,  and  amount  by  way  of  salary,  fees,  or  commission, 
paid  to  each;  the  total  amount  paid  by  the  Government  up  to  31st  January,  1913,  in 
connection  with  the  purchase  or  acquisition  of  the  said  properties.  Presented  28th 
March.  1013.- Afr.  Miirphtj  Nut  priiiU'il. 

178.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2tth  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence between  the  Minister  »f  Public  Works  and  H.  Morel,  M.P.P.,  for  East  Nipissing, 
in  any  way  relating  to  the  construction  of  a  road  or  highway  from  North  Bay  to 
Sturgeon  Falls,  Ontario;  and  of  all  petitions,  correspondence,  surveys,  and  engineers' 
reports  in  any  way  connected  with  the  building  of  the  said  road  or  highway.  Pre- 
sented 28th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Murphy Noi  printed. 

179t  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hoxise  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  pay-lists, 
letters,  documents,  telegrams  and  other  papers  in  connection  with  the  expenditures 
made  on  Brule  wharf  in  the  County  cf  Colchester  during  the  last  two  years.  Pre- 
sented 28th   March,   1913.— Afr.   ilacdoiiald Not   printed. 

179o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  ajl  papers, 
documents,  tenders  and  correspondence  relating  in  any  way  to  the  construction  of  a 
wharf  at  Kraut  Point,  Lunenburg  County,  N.S.  Presented  28th  March,  1913.— .Ifr. 
Maclean    (Ealifax) Not   printed. 

180.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence, papers,  ic,  concerning  the  application  made  by  the  Eastern  Canada  Power 
Company,  with  a  view  to  raise  the  head  of  the  River  St.  Lawrence  in  the  vicinity  of 
Coteau,  Cedar,  Split  Rock  and  Cascade  rapids  to  the  level  of  the  water  in  Lake  St. 
Franpois.      Presented  28th  March,  1913.— Mr.  Lemieux .Vof  printed. 

181.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all    corre- 

spondence, letters  and  telegrams  addressed  by  the  Conservative  candidate  in  the 
County  of  Gloucester  at  the  election  of  21st  September,  1911,  to  the  Minister  of  Pub- 
lic Works  from  the  day  he  took  his  oath  of  office,  on  Ifttii  October,  1911,  up  to  the 
31st  December,  of  the  same  year,  on  the  subject  of  public  works  then  under  construc- 
tion in  the  said  county.     Presented  28th  March,  1913. — Mr.   Titrgeon Not  printed. 

182.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,   1913,  for  a  return  showing   the 

number  of  men  of  the  R.  C.  regiment  at  Aldcrshot,  during  the  summer  of  1912.  pre- 
vious to  the  regular  militia  camp;  date  of  going  into  camp;  number  there  during 
said  time;  whether  tenders  for  supplies  for  these  men  were  called  for;  number  of 
tenders  received  and  from  whom;  if  any  contracts  were  awarded  on  said  tenders  and, 
if  not,  what  was  done  with  the  said  tenders;  how  and  from  whom  were  supplies  for 
these  men  obtained;  the  prices  paid  during  said  time  per  pound  respectively,  for 
meat,  sugar,  butter,  tea,  coflee  bacon,  bread,  and  how  much  per  bushel  for  vegetables; 
the  cost  per  ration  for  supplies  for  said  men  of  the  R-  C.  regiment  at  .Mdershot  camp 
dnring  the  lime  afoi'Maid-  the  cost  per  ralion  for  supplies  to  the  regular  militia 
camp  under  contract  during  the  annual  drill    in    the  fall    of  1912.    Presented    2Sth 

March,   1913.— Mr.   Kyle ; Noi  printed. 

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183.  Report  on  wholesale  prices  in  Canada,  1912,  by  E.  II.  Coats.  B.A.,  F.S.S.,  editor  of  the 

Labour  Gazette.     Presented  by  Hon.   Mr.  Crothers,  2Sth  March,  1913 Not  printed. 

184.  Area  of  territories  added  to  Ontario  and  Quebec,  by  Siatutes  of  1912.— (5cnafe). 

Not  printed. 

185.  Eelating  to  recent  increase  in  prices  charged  Canadian  fishermen  for   manilla   cord. — 

(Senate) .^, Not  printed. 

186.  Report  of  the  Pilotage  Commission  of  Quebec.     Presented    by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  2Sth 

March.  1913 Not  printed. 

187.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  memor- 

anda, letters,  papers,  telegrams  and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Depart- 
ment of  the  Interior  relating  to  the  S.  W.  36-16-27,  W.  2.  Presented  31st  March,  1913. 
—Mr.  Knoirles Not  printed. 

187a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence, telegrams  and  other  papers  in  connection  with  the  southwest  i  of  4-9-U  west  of 
2nd  meridian.      Presented  lOih  April,  1913. — Mr.  Bradbury Not  printed. 

1876.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2l)th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  memoranda  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  northwest  erf  30-25-7-2.  Pre- 
sented 2oth   April,   1913.— Mr.   Oliver Not   printed. 

187c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  March,  1913,-1.  For  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence and  other  papers  in  connection  with  the  disposal  of  the  following  lands 
and  the  claim  of  James  W.  Brown  in  connection  with  these  lands: — 

Part  of  S-E.  ^  section  21-20-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  ^looths  acre. 

Part  of  N.E.  i  section  21-20-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  "5iooths  acre 

Part  of  S.E.  J  section  20-20-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  80  acres. 

Part  of  S.W.  i  section  28-20-21-W.  2nd  meridian,,  area  72*?iooths  acres. 

Whole  of  S.E.  i  section  2S-20-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  160  acres. 

Whole  of  N.E.  i  section  32-20-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  160  acres. 

Part  of  S.E.  1  section  32-20-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  80  acres. 

Whole  of  N.W.  i  section  5-21-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  160  acres. 

Whole  of  S.E.  i  section  5-21-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  160  acres. 

Part  of  N.E.  i  section  5-21-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  123S?iooths  acres. 

Whole  of  S.W.  i  section  5-21-21-W.  2nd  meridian,  area  160  acres. 

2.  Also  of  all  papers  in  connection  with  the  disposal  of  the  whole  of  the  northwest 
quarter-section  22-20-21,- west  of  the  second  meridian;  and  part  of  S.W.  i,  2-20-21-W. 
of  the  second  meridian;  and  of  all  correspondence  and  papers  in  connection  with 
Alexander  Hurst  Bro>rn's  claim  re  these  lands.  Presented  30th  April,  1913.— .Wr. 
Bradbury    Not   printed. 

187d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
papers,  telegrams  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  sale  of  the  N.W. 
quarter-section  29  10-18-W.      Presented  13th  May,  1913.— Mr.   Turriff Not  printed. 

187e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2Sth  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 
memoranda  and  other  documents  relating  to  the  northeast  quarter  of  U-75-15-5,  dur- 
ing the  years  1911,  1912,  and  1913  to  date.     Presented  13th  May,  1913.— -If  r.  Oliver. 

Not  printed. 
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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  28— Continued. 

187/.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  Ilouse  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
telegrams,  applications,  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  S.W.  2-19-20,  nest 
2nd  M.  Homestead,  patented  3rd  .Tune,  1892;  the  S.  J  of  N.E.  20-20-21,  west  2nd  M. 
patented  llth  October,  1904,  N.W.H.B.,  as  assignee  of  Edward  Br-icher;  the  S.H  J 
Of  22-20-21,  west  2nd  M.,  N.W.H.B.,  patented  22nd  September,  1900,  as  assignee  of 
Louis  McGillies;  the  S.E.  i  of  28-20  21,  west  2nd  M.,  N.W.H.B.,  patented  26th  August, 
1901,  as  assignee  of  J.  Bte.  Fagani:,  jr.,  and  the  E.  i  of  S.E.  J  of  32-20-21,  west  2nd  M., 
N.W.H.B.,  patented  llth  September,  1901,  as  assignee  oif  Jos.  Ale.xander;  and  of  all 
papers  in  connection  with  any  claims  of  G.  VV.  Brown  or  others  in  connection  with 
these  lands.     Presented  3rd  June,  1913.— J/;-.   Bradbury Not  printed. 

187a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
telegrams,  applications  and  other  documents  regarding  the  S.W.  J,  28-20-21,  west  2nd 
M.,  N.W.II.B.,  patented  1st  March,  1909,  as  assignee  oif  Norbert  Bellehumeur;  and 
the  W.  i  of  S.E.  i,  32,  20.  21,  west  2nd  M..  N.W.H.B.,  patented  Ist  Maich,  1909,  as 
a-signee  of  Norbert  Bellehumeur;  and  of  all  papers  in  connection  with  any  claims  by 
Norman  McKenzie  or  others  against  the  Government  in  connection  with  these  lands. 
Presented  4th  June,  1913.— U'-.  BraAbury Not  printed. 

188.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence or  communication  of  any  kind  between  the  Department  of  Insurance  at  Ottawa 
and  the  Department  of  Insurance  at  Toronto  since  June,  1907,  touching  the  transfer 
of  the  Canadian  Guardian  Life  Insurance  Company  from  the  jurisdiction  of  the  In- 
surance Department  at  Ottawa  to  that  of  the  juri.sdiction  of  the  Insurance  Depart- 
ment at  Toronto;  of  all  correspondence,  if  any,  between  the  Insurance  Department 
at  Ottawa  and  the  Saturday  Night,  newspaper  of  Toronto,  touching  the  affairs  of  the 
Canadian  Guardian  Life  Insurance  Company  or  the  International  Insurance  Company, 
Limited;  and  of  all  correspondence  and  other  communications  between  the  Department 
of  Insurance  at  Ottawa  and  the  Government  of  the  province  of  Alberta  in  reference 
to  the  afiairs  of  the  Canadian  Guardian  Life  Insurance  Company  or  the  International 
Insurance  Company,  Limited.     Presented  31st  March,  1913.— Mr.  German. 

Nnt  printed. 

189.  C(,py  of  an  Order  in  Council,  &c.,  respecting  a  contribution  of  $.'50,000  to  assist  in  alle- 

viating the  distress  of  the  sufferers  by  the  disastrous  cyclone  which  swept  over  the 
City  of  Kegina  and'its  vicinity.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  White,  31st  March,  1913. 

ATot  printed. 

190.  Copy  of  correspondence  respecting  the  Treaty  of  Commerce  and  Navigation   between 

the  United  Kingdom  and  Japan.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  1st  April,  1913. 

Printed  for  sessional  papers  only. 

190a.  From  Imperial  Consulate  General  of  Japan  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada.  The  under- 
signed. His  Imperial  Majesty's  Consul  General  at  Ottawa,  duly  authorize<l  by  His 
Government,  has  the  honour  to  declare  that  the  Imperial  Japanese  Government  are 
fully  prepared  to  maintain  with  equal  effectiveness  the  limitation  and  control  which 
they  have  since  I90S  ?xercised  in  the  regulation  of  emigration  from  Japan  to  Canada, 
llth  April,  1913.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  llth  April,  1913 Not  printed. 

191.  Copy  of  the  order  in  council  in  connection  with  the  appointment  of  a  Commission  to 

inquire  into  the  claims  of  the  province  of  British  Columbia  for  exceptionf.l  treatment. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  Ist  April,  1913 Printed  for  sessional  papers  only. 

191a.  Memorandum  re  British  Columbia's  claims  for  special  consideration.      Presented  by 

Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  1st  April,  1913 Printed  for  sessional  papers  only. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  28.~Continued. 

ii91&.  Copies  af  orders  in  council,  &e.,  relating  to  the  appointment  of  commissioners  to 
adjust  all  matters  relating  to  Indian  lands  and  Indian  affairs  generally  in  the  prov- 
ince of  British  Columbia.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  17th  April,  1913. 

^ot  priiifed. 

191c.  Report  of  the  Poyal  Commission  appointed  to  inquire  into  and  report  upon  the  law 
respecting  pilotage  and  its  administration  in'  the  pilotage  districts  of  Montreal  and 
Quebec;  and  what  changes,  if  any,  are  desirable  therein;  and  also,  a  letter  addressed 
to  the  Minister  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  from  Mr.  Ajutor  Lachance,  one  of  the  com- 
missioners. Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Hazen,  18th  April,  1913 Not  printed. 

191d.  Eejwrt  of  Royal  Commission  on  Industrial  Training  and  Technical  Education,  Parts 
I,  II,  III.  and  IV.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Crothers,  4th  .Tune,  1913. 

Printed  for  distribulion  and  sessional  papers. 

192.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  memor- 

anda, letters,  papeis  and  documents  relating  to  the  setting  apart  of  a  forest  reserve 
on  the  north  side  of  the  Saskatchewan  river  opposite  the  City  of  Prince  Albert.  Pre- 
sented 2nd  April,   1913.— ilfr.   Olircr Not  printed. 

192a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  memor- 
anda, reports,  letters,  and  other  documents  of  any  find  in  the  possession  of  the 
Deiwrtment  of  the  Interior  relating  to  the  suitability  for  forest  reserve  or  for  home- 
steading  purposes,  of  the  whole  or  any  part  of  townships  24  and  25,  range  27,  west  of 
the  first  meridian,  now  forming  part  of  the  Riding  Mountain  Forest  Reserve.  Pre- 
sented  11th   April,   1913.— 3/c.    Oliver Not  printed. 

193.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all    corre- 

spondence exchanged  between  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  and  the  mem- 
ber for  Temiscouata,  and  all  other  persons,  respecting  the  placing  of  a  light  or  line 
of  lights  on  wharf  at  He  Verte,  County  of  Temiscouata.  Presented  4th  April,  1913. — 
Mr.  Paquet  A'of  printed. 

194.  Copy  of  a  report  of  the  Committee  of  the  Privy  Council,  approved  by  His  Excellency 

the  Administrator,  on  the  5th  April,  1913,  relative  to  a  contract  for  an  ocean  mail, 
passenger  and  freight  steamship  service  between  Canada  and  Great  Britain  and  Great 
Britain  and  Canada,  together  with  the  articles  of  agreement  for  the  said  service. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Pelletier,  7th  April,  1913 Not  printed. 

195.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1913,  for  a  statement  showing  the 

total  volume  of  trade,  in  import  and  export,  respectively,  between  Canada  and  New- 
foundland for  each  year  during  the  period  from  the  1st  day  a!  January,  1896,  to  the 
1st  day  of  January,  1913,  and  of  what  the  said  trsuie  consisted  of  each  year. 
2.  The  volume  of  trade  between  Newfoundland  and  th«  West  Indian  Islands,  included  in 
the  West  Indian  trade  agreement  with  Canada,  dated  the  9th  day  of  April,  1912,  dur- 
ing the  years  1909,  1910,  1911  and  1912,  in  import  and  export,  and  of  what  the  said 
import  and  export  consisted  oif  each  year.     Presented  10th  April,  1913. — Mr.  McKenzic. 

Not  printed. 

195a.  Supplementary  returiTto  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1913,  for  a  state- 
ment showing  the  total  volume  of  trade,  in  import  and  export,  respectively,  between 
Canada  and  Newfoundland  for  each  year  d  iring  the  period  from  the  1st  day  of 
January,  1896,  to  the  1st  day  of  January,  1913,  and  of  what  the  said  trade  consisted  of 
each  year. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2S.— Continued. 

2.  The  volume  of  trade  between  Neisfoundland  and  tlie  West  Indian  Islands, 
included  in  the  West  Indian  trade  agreement  with  Canada,  dated  the  9tli  day  of  April, 
1912,  during  the  years  1909,  1910  1911  and  1912,  in  import  and  export,  and  of  what  the 
said  imjjort  and  export  consisted  of  each  year.  Presented  21st  April,  1913. — Mr. 
SlcKemie  Not  printed. 

196.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

telegrams,  and  correspondence  referring  in  any  way  to  the  purchase  or  leasing  of  the 
property  in  Antigouish,  K.S.,  now  in  use  as  a  gun  shed  or  store  house  for  the  equip- 
ment of  the  18th  Field  Battery  of  Artillery.  Presented  14th  April,  1913.— -Ur.  Chis- 
hnlm   (.4nti(joi>hh) Not  printed. 

197.  Eeturn  to    an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy    of    all  tenders 

asking  for  the  construction  of  a  drill  hall  at  Fernie,  B.C.,  of  all  correspondence  con- 
cerning the  awarding  of  the  contract,  and  of  all  correspondence  and  documents 
regarding  said  tender  and  contract.     Presented  lith  April,  1913. — Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier. 

Not  printed. 

197a.  Supplementary  return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of 
all  tenders  asking  for  the  construction  of  a  drill  hall  at  Fernie,  B.C.,  of  all  corre- 
spondence concerning  the  awarding  olf  the  contract,  and  of  all  correspondence  and 
documents  regarding  said  tender  and  contract.  Presented  Gth  June,  19:3. — Sir  Wilfrid 
Laurier Not  printed. 

198.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  February,  1913,  for    a    copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence and  documents  between  the  government  of  Canada  or  any  officer  thereof, 
and  one  Miss  Martin,  of  England,  relating  to  a  presentation  of  certain  chinawareand 
other  curiosities,  made  to  the  Government  by  the  said  Miss  Mastin,  in  memory  of  the 
defeat  at  the  polls  of  the  agreement  relating  to  reciprocity  with  the  United  States. 
Presented  11th  April,  19:3.— J/r.  Sinclair Not  printed. 

199.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of    the  House  of    the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  return  showing    the 

names,  professions  or  occupations,  residences,  the  date  of  appointment,  and  the  salary 
in  each  case,  of  all  correspondents  of  the  Labour  Gazette,  and  also  the  number  of 
changes  made  in  that  particular  for  the  year  1912.  Presented  22nd  April,  1913. — Mr. 
VerviUe  ^ Not  printed. 

200.  Return  to    an  Order  of  the  House  otf  the  2Gth  March,   1913,  for  a  return  showing    the 

amount  of  seed  grain  supplied  to  settlers  in  Peace  River  during  the  year  1912;  the 
amount  of  seed  grain  being  provided  for  settlers  in  Peace  River  durins  1913;  who 
distributed  the  seed  grain  supplied  in  1912  and  who  is  authorized  to  distribute  seed 
grain  in  1913;  under  what  conditions  seed  grain  was  supplied  during  1912,  and  those 
proposed  for  1913;  if  provisions  were  supplied  during  1912,  what  the  conditions  were 
and  who  gave  out  the  supplies;  if  it  is  intended  to  supply  provisions  in  1913,  what 
conditions  will  be  given  and  who  will  give  them  out.  Presented  25th  April,  1913.— 
Mr.  Oliver  Not  printed. 

201.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  llo,i-e  of  the  7th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents  in 

the  Department  of  the  Interior  prior  to  the  issue  of  the  Crown  patents  relating  to 
Lot  No.  21T  of  the  Hudson  Bay  Company  Survey,  in  the  parish  of  St.  John,  Winnipeg. 
Presented   2.ith   April,   1913.— .Vr.   Proubc Not  printed. 

202.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March.  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence claims  and  reports  with  reference  to  compensation  claime<l  by  owners  of  horses 
attached  to  the  iOth  Field  Battery  at  Camp  Petawawa  in  the  summer  of  1912,  by  rea- 

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son  of  damage  or  disease  contracted  while  in  the  service:  also  of  all  such  claims  paid, 
the  amounts  in  each  case,  and  the  persons  to  whom  paid.  Presented  25th  April,  1913. — 
Mr.   Car  veil Not   printeil 

203.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  pay-rolls,  accounts,  receipts,  and  correspondence  in  connection  with  all 
expenditures  of  money  made  in  1912  upon  the  Petite  Riviere  breakwater,  Lunenburg 
County,  Nova  Scotia.      Presented  29th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Maclean   (Ealifax). 

Not.  prinled. 

203a.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  9th  December, 
1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  advertisements  teuders,  contracts,  orders  in  council,  letters, 
correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  construction  of  a  wharf  or  breakwater  at  Sea- 
tforth,  Halifax  County,  N.S.      Presented  29th  April,  1913.— Mr.  Maclean  (Halifax). 

Not  printed. 

203b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  20th  March,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents, 
letters,  correspnudence,  petitions,  reports,  &c.,  addressed  to  the  Department  of  Public 
Works  since  the  2l5t  September  last  on  the  subject  of  a  wharf  now  under  construction 
at  St.  Croix,  in  the  County  of  Lotbiniere,  province  of  Quebec.  Presented  29th  April, 
1913. — Mr.  F artier Not  printed. 

203c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  whe- 
ther the  repairs  to  Red  Point  wharf.  Lot  48,  Prince  Edward  Island,  have  been  com- 
pleted; if  the  work  was  done  by  tender  or  by  day  labour;  if  by  tender,  with  whom 
the  contract  was  made;  if  by  day  labour,  the  number  of  superintendents,  inspectors, 
or  overseers  employed,  their  names,  the  number  of  days  each  did  work,  and  the  wages 
per  day  paid  to  each;  the  number  of  men  employed,  their  names,  the  number  of  days 
each  did  work  and  the  wages  per  day  paid  to  each;  who  supplied  the  materials;  the 
amount  of  each  kind  or  class  used,  and  the  price  paid  for  each  kind  or  class;  tlie  total 
amount  paid  for  materials,  wages  and  cost  of  the  work.  Presented  2nd  May,  1913. — 
Mr.  Hughes  {Kings,  P.E.I.) Not  printed. 

203d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents, 
papers,  correspondence,  representations,  &c.,  relating  to  the  purchase  of  land  at 
Digby,  Nova  Scotia,  for  the  purpose  of  a  site  for  a  public  wharf.  Presented  2nd  May, 
1913.— Mr.   Maclean   (Halifax) Not  printed. 

203e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  whe- 
ther the  repairs  to  Southport  wharf.  Lot  48,  Prince  Edward  Island,  have  been  com- 
pleted; if  the  work  was  done  by  tender  or  by  day  labour;  if  by  tender,  with  whom  tho 
contract  was  made;  if  by  day  labour,  the  number  of  superintendents,  inspectors,  or 
overseers  employed,  their  names,  the  number  of  days  each  did  work,  and  wages  per 
day  paid  to  each;  the  number  of  men  employed,  their  names,  the  number  of  days  each 
did  work  and  the  wages  per  day  paid  to  each;  who  suppliod  the  materials;  the  amount 
of  each  kind  or  class  used  and  the  price  paid  for  each  kind  or  class;  the  total  amount 
paid  for  materials,  wages  and  cost  of  the  work.  Presented  2nd  May,  1913.— -Mr. 
Hughes    (Kings,    P.E.I.) Not   printed. 

203/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  accounts, 
correspondence,  telegram,s,  complaints  and  other  documents  in  possession  of  the 
Department  of  Public  Works,  in  relation  to  the  expenditure  of  moneys  on  harbour 
improvements  at  Grand  Etang,  during  the  year  1911-12.     Presented  13th  May,  1913.-- 

Mr.  Chisholin   (Inverness) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  ZS— Continued. 

203g.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents, 
correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  the  purchase  by  the  Department  of  Public  Works  of 
a  certain  quantity  of  timber  for  the  construction  of  a  wharf  at  St.  Germain  de 
Kamournska,  the  said  purchase  having  been  made,  as  alleged,  from  Murray  Caston- 
guiiy  during  the  year  1912.      Presented  2(lth  May,  1913.— ilfr.  Lapoinie  {Katnouraska). 

Not  printed. 

203'i.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  'he  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 
written  to  the  Honourable  Minister  of  Public  Works,  or  to  any  officer  of  the  Public 
Works  Department,  or  to  any  member  of  the  government  since  10th  October,  1911,  by 
G.  A.  R.  Rowlings,  John  S.  Wells  and  S.  R.  Griffin,  relating  to  the  construction  of 
public  works.  County  of  Guysborough,  N.S.,  also  a  copy  of  tlie  replies  to  the  same. 
Presented  29th   May,   1913.— 3/ r.   Sinclair ^ot  printed. 

203>.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  May,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corrcspondencK 
exchanged  between  the  Postmaster  General  and  M.  Isidore  Belleau,  of  Quebec,  in  con 
nection  with  improvements  contemplated  in  Quebec    harbour.    Presented    2nd  June, 
1913.— jUc.  Car  cell Not  printed. 

203;.  Return  to  an  Order  cif  the  House  of  the  28th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
documents,  pay-rolls,  receipts,  accounts,  correspondence,  &c.,  relating  to  repairs  made 
upon  the  breakwater  at  Petite  Riviere,  Lunenburg  County,  N.S.,  in  the  year  1912. 
Presented  6th  June,  1913.— Mr.  Maclean   (Halifax) Not  printed. 

204.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1th  March,  1912. — 1.  For  a  copy  of  all  reports 

of  engineers  from  187i  to  1900,  relating  to  the  most  suitable  site  in  the  harbour  of 
Quebec  for  the  construction  of  a  dry  dock. 

2.  Of  all  correspondence  exchanged  on  the  subject  of  a  choice  of  a  site  for  the  dry 
dock  now  existing  at  St.  Joseph  de  Levis,  at  the  time  of  its  construction. 

3.  Of  engineers  reports,  plans,  maps  and  bearings  relating  to  the  Construction  of  a 
new  dry  dock  in  the  port  of  Quebec  since  1900. 

i.  Of  all  correspondence  exchanged  between  the  different  companies  and  the  gov- 
ernment relating  to  the  construction  of  a  new  dry  dock  in  the  port  of  Quebec,  since 
1909. 

5.  Also  for  the  production  of  all  documents  submitted  by  the  different  companies 
who  have  asked  for  the  government  grant  provided  by  the  Dry  Dock  Subsidies  Act. 
Presented  29th   April,  1913.— Mr.   Beland Not  printed. 

204a.  Dry  dock  of  Lovis.     Report  of  Mr.  Charles  Smith  against  Sampson,  et  al. — (Senaie). 

Not  printed. 

204b.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  19th  March, 
1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  in  council,  plans  and  estimates,  correspondence,  papers 
and  inquiries  respecting  the  construction  of  a  dry  dock  at  Quebec  or  Levis  or  in  the 
port  or  harbour  of  Quebec.     Presented  6th  June,  1913.— Mr.  Lachance Not  printed. 

205.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  the  petition  of 

the  Restigouche  Fishermen's  Association  to  the  Minister  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  ask- 
ing for  the  removal  of  Mr.  M.  M.  Mowat,  head  guardian  of  the  Restigouche  Riparian 
A-sociation  as  Dominion  fishery  officer,  and  ^the  an'v.er  thereto.  Presented  2nd  May, 
1913.— Mr.   Marcji   (Bonaventttre) Not    printed. 

206.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  13th  February,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 

name  of  the  company  who  has  the  contract  for  the  electric  lighting  of  the  government 
buildings  and  j^rounds  in  Ottawa,  date  of  contract  and  period,  on  what  notice  can 
contract  be  cancelled,  price  naid  per  kilowatt  hour  for    electric  lighting,  names    of 

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buildings  lighted,  cost  of  ligliting  eacli  per  year,  rate  for  electric  lighting  if  a  com- 
bined power  and  light  rate,  price  for  current  for  power  purposes,  if  lamps  are  not 
free,  price  paid  for  the  carbon  and  tungsten  lamps  renewed,  are  lamps  marked  so  as  to 
be  identified  as  belonging  to  the  government  buildings,  number  of  electric  lamp 
renewals  paid  for  during  the  last  fiscal  year,  where  required,  number  of  carbon  and 
tungsten  lamps  resiiectively  in  use  in  the  several  buildings  and  the  candle  power  or 
wattage  of  the  same.        Presented  2nd  May,  1913.— ilir.  Wilson  {Wentworih) 

Not  printed. 

207.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence, letters,  telegrams,  petitions,  memoranda,  reports,  tenders,  deposits,  recom- 
mendations and  all  other  documents  of  any  nature  whatsoever  bearing  on  or  having 
relation  to  the  erection  of  a  putlic  building  in  the  city  of  Three  Rivers,  P.Q.,  since 
the  11th  day  of  October,  1911,  to  date.     Presented  2nd  May,  1913.— Mr.  Biniaii. 

Not  printed. 

207a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2Gtli  May,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 
letters,  and  documents  relating  to  the  construction ;of  a  public  building  in  the  town 
of  Laurentides,  County  of  L'Assomption.    Presented  -tth  June,  1913. — Mr.  Seguin. 

Not  printed. 

207b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2nd  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence, letters,  telegrams,  contracts,  tenders  and  reports  of  government  inspector,  in 
relation  to  the  work  and  repairs  on  the  public  building  at  North  Sydney  during  the 
year  1912,  and  particularly  the  inspector's  report  on  the  damages  caused  by  fire  dur- 
ing the  construction  of  said  works  and  repairs;  and  also  a  copy  of  the  tenders  of 
.Henry  Lovell,  for  the  above  work.      Presented  6th  June,  1913. — Mr.  McKenzie. 

Not  prititcd. 

207c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  telegrams, 
letters,  documents  and  plans  relative  to  the  purchase  or  acquirement  of  land  for  the 
purpose  of  erecting  a  public  building  in  Stellarton,  Nova  Scotia,  in  the  year  1912. 
Presented  6th  June,  1913.— -W'-.  Macdonald Not  printed. 

208.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  February,  1913.  for  a  return  showing  the 

names  of  the  buildings  occupied  by  the  Government  as  public  offices,  which  are  under 
rent,  excepting  the  Centre,  East,  West  and  Langevin  Blocks;  the  street  on  which 
each  of  these  offices  is  situated  and  the  number  of  the  street  in  each  case.  Presented 
2nd  May.  1913.— -Wr.  Boiilay Not  printed. 

209.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  accounts, 

correspondence,  telegrams,  complaints  and  other  documents  in  possession  of  the 
Department  of  Public  Works,  relating  to  the  construction  of  telegraph  lines  during 
the  year  1911-12,  from  South  West  Margaree  tp  Scotsville.  from  Scotsville  to  North 
Ainslee;  from  Scotsville  to  South  Lake  Ainslee  and  Whycocomagh ;  from  Little 
Narrows  to  Whycocomagh ;  from  Rossville  to  Big  Intervale  and  from  Rossville  to  the 
Victoria  County  Boundary  Line,  all  in  the  County  of  Inverness.  Presented  2nd  May, 
1913.— Mr.   Chishohn   (Inverness) -V''   printed. 

210.  Correspondence  in  connection  with  the  area  or  areas  prescribed  for  mange  in  British 

Columbia.— (Senate) t -Vft   printed. 

211.  Report  nuide  by  the  Central  Railway  of  Canada  to  the  Railway  Departmen;.— (Seiinte). 

Nut  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2S.— Continued. 

212.  Returu  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  10th  Feb- 

ruary, 19;3,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  in  coancU,  letters,  telegrams  and  of  aU  other 
official  documents  of  any  kind  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Customs,  relat- 
ing to  the  seizures  of  twenty  horses  from  John  Gobel,  for  smuggling  them  across  the 
United  States  boundary  near  Coutts,  or  Writing-on-Stone,  between  the  20th  and  28th 
of  February,  1911.      Presented  5th  May,  1913.— -Ur.  ilacXutt Not  printed. 

213.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  10th    Feb- 

ruary, 1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  orders  in  council,  letters,  telegrams  and  of  all  other 
official  documents  of  any  kind  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  the  Interior, 
relating  to  sale  of  school  lands  which  have  been  held  in  the  provinces  of  Alberta  and 
Saskatchewan  since  the  12th  day  of  October,  1911.  Presented  7th  May.  1913.— 1/r. 
McCraney -. Not  printed. 

213(1.  Returu  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2ud  April,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  by 
quarter-section,  or  fraction  of  quarter-section,  all  school  lands  sold  in  Manitoba, 
Saskatchewan  and  Alberta  during  the  calendar  year  1912;  the  price  per  acre  at  which 
each  separate  parcel  was  sold;  the  name  and  address  of  each  purchaser;  a  list  of  all 
school  lands  sold  at  above  sales  w hich  have  since  been  cancelled ;  the  price  at  which 
each  parcel  of  said  cancelled  lands  were  sold,  with  the  names  and  addresses  of  pur- 
chasers of  each  parcel  of  said  lauds  sold  and  subsequently  cancelled.  Presented  23rd 
May,   1913.— J/r.    Turriff Not  printed. 

213b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  February,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  all 
school  lands  sold  in  the  province  of  Saskatchewan  in  1912,  giving  each  parcel  erf  land 
6old,  the  name  and  address  of  each  purchaser,  the  date  and  place  of  sale,  the  name  of 
the  auctioneer  at  each  sale,  and  any  assignments  of  contracts  of  purchase  of  which 
the  government  has  notice,  and  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  passing  between  the  Gov- 
ernment, or  any  member  thereof,  and  the  Government  of  the  province  cf  Saskatchewan 
or  any  member  thereof,  with  respect  to  the  sale  of  school  lands  in  the  said  province. 
Presented  6th  June,  1913.— Jfr.  Martin  (Regina.) Not  printed. 

214.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  9th  April,  1913,  for    a    copy  of  all  petitions, 

affidavits,  specifications,  plans,  drawings,  claims,  certificates,  papers  and  patent  rights 
in  the  Department  of  Agriculture  or  the  Patents  Branch  thereof,  with  respect  to 
Patent  Number  U2823.      Presented  7th  May,  1913.— If  r.  Carvcll Not  printed. 

215.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  28th  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  memorials, 

petitions,  and  letters,  addressed  to  or  seut  by  the  Minister  of  Agriculture,  or  on  his 
behalf,  in  connection  with  the  estab'ishment  of  an  agricultural  school,  model  farm  or 
demonstration  station  at  New  Carlisle,  Quebec.  Presented  9th  May,  1913. — Mr. 
Uarcil    {Bonaventure) Not    printed. 

216.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  28th,  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  telegrams, 

correspondence,  returns,  A-c,  between  the  Department  of  .igriculture,  and  any  other 
person  or  persons,  requesting  recently  that  the  Veterinary  Director  General  of  Can- 
ada visit  Nova  Scotia.     Presented  9th  May,  1913.— 3/r.  ilaclean  (Halifax). 

Not  printed. 

217.  Extent  to  which  the  Frankin?  privilege  is  used  by  the  several  provinces  in  Canada  for 

statistics. — (denote) Not  printed. 

218.  Return  to  an  Order  oif  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  diaries 

and  other  documents  relating  to  and  showing  the  work  performed  during  the  months 
of  June  and  July,  1912,  by  Homestead  Inspector?  Rathwell  and  Erratt  in  the  Moosejaw 

land  district.    Presented  16th  May,  1913.— ifr.  Knoirles Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2S.— Continued. 

218a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  diaries 
relating  to  and  showing  the  T\ork  performed  during  the  months  of  June  and  July, 
1912,  by  Homestead  Inspectors  Brandt,  Balfour,  Ouelette  and  Sipes,  in  the  Regina 
land  district.      Presented   ICth   May,   1913.— Mr.   Martin    (Regina) Not   printed 

218b.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 
expenses  of  Homestead  Inspectors  Brandt,  Balfour,  Ouelette  and  Sipes  during  the 
months  of  June  and  July,  1912.     Presented  16th  May,  1913— Mr.  Martin   (Reiiina). 

Not  printed. 

218c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  ifor  a  return  showing  the 
expenses  of  Homestead  Inspector  Miller  of  the  Moosejaw  land  district  during  the 
months  of  June  and  July,  1912,  together  with  a  copy  of  all  reports,  proceedings,  diaries 
and  other  documents,  showing  the  work  performed  during  the  said  time  by  the  said 
homestead  inspector.     Presented  16th  May,  1913. — Mr.  Knowles Not  printed. 

218<2.  Return  to  an  Order  cif  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  diaries 
and  other  documents  relating  to  and  showing  the  work  performed  during  the  months 
of  June  and  July,  1912,  by  Homestead  Inspectors  Shields  and  McLaren,  in  the  Swift 
Current  lands  district.      Presented  23rd  May,  1913. — Mr.  Knoicles Not  printed. 

218e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  January,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the 
expenses  of  Homestead  Inspectors  Shields,  McLaren,  Erratt  and  Rathwell,  during  the 
months  of  June  and  July  of  1912.     Presented  26th  May,  1913.- Mr.  Knowles. 

Not  printed. 

219.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  March,   1913,  for    a    copy  of  all  papers, 

memoranda,  and  instructions  relating  to  a  certain  area  of  land  on  the  bank  of  Little 
Manitou  Lake,  Saskatchewan,  recently  transferred  to  the  town  of  Waterous,  for  park 
purposes.     Presented  16th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Oliver Not  printed. 

220.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House,  of  the  4th  December,  1912,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence and  other  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Public  Works 
relating  to  the  proposed  interprovincial  bridge  between  Hawkesbury,  Ontario,  and 
Grenville,  Quebec.      Presented  26th  May,  1913.— -Mr.  Proiilx Not  printed. 

221.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  oif  the  1st  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  complaints, 

charges,  evidence  and  reports  in  connection  with  the  investigation  held  at  Aldershot, 
>f.S.,  in  September,  1912,  relating  to  the  alleged  thefts  of  property  from  the  militia 
camp.      Presented  26th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

221a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  ihe  21st  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  notices, 
tenders,  contracts  and  correspondence  relating  to  the  supplying  of  ice  for  the  mili- 
tary comp  at  .Aldershot,  IM.S.,  for  1913,  and  of  all  correspondence  relating  to  the  source 
of  such  ice  supply.     Presented  26th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Kyte Not  printed. 

222.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  oif  the  17th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

proposals,  tenders,  memoranda,  papers  and  documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Depart- 
ment of  Trade  and  Commerce,  or  any  department  of  the  Government,  bearing  date 
since  1st  December,  1912,  relating  to  steamship  service  between  Canada  and  the  West 
Indies.    Presented  27th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Maclean   {Ralifax) Not  printed. 

222a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2nd  April,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 
ence, petitions,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  in  the  Department  of  Trade 
and  Commerce,  or  any  department  of  the  Government,  relating  to  the  SS.  service, 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2S.— Continued. 

between  ^lulijrave,  Countj-  of  Guysborougli  and  Cheticamp,  Inverness  County,  during 
the  years  1910-1],  1911-12,  and  1912-13,  and  the  service  to  be  continued  during  the  year 
1913-:i.      Presented  27th  May,  1913.— Mr.  Chisholm  {Inverness) Not  printed. 

223.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  calling  upon  the  Clerk  of  the  House  to  furnish    a 

statement  showing  the  number  of  Bills  passed  by  the  House  of  Commons  since  Con- 
federation, which  have  been: — 1.  Amended  by  the  Senate.  2.  Rejected  by  the  Senate. 
3.  Amended  by  the  Senate  and  accepted  by  the  Commons. — {Senate) Wot  printed. 

224.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Uth  May,  1913,  showing  whether    a  contract 

was  passed  by  the  Post  Office  Department  in  the  year  1911,  for  the  use  of  stamp  vend- 
ing machines,  the  terms  of  said  contract,  the  date,  and  by  whom  signed.  Presented 
2nd   June,    191.'i. — Mr.    Lemieux Not    printed. 

225.  Ordinances  of  the  Yukon  Territory,  passed  by  the  Yukon  Council    in    the  year  1913. 

Presented   by  Hon.   Mr.   Coderre,   2nd   June,   1913 Not  printed. 

226.  Names  of  judges  of  Superior  and  Circuit  Court  in  province  of  Quebec,  date  of  appoint- 

ment,  ic. — {Senate) Not    printed. 

227.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  the  per 

capita  taxation  for  the  year  ending  Slot  March,  1913,  and  for  each  of  the  twelve  pre- 
ceding years.     Presented  3rd  June,  1913— Mr.  Hughes  {Kings,  P.E.I.) iVot  printed. 

228.  Return  to  an  Order  o(  the  House  of  the  29th  May,  1913,  for  a  return  showing  whether 

a  certificate  has  been  issued  by  the  Treasury  Board  authorizing  the  transfer  o€  the 
assets  and  liabilities  of  La  Banque  Internationale  du  Canada  to  the  Home  Bank;  the 
terms  of  the  said  transfer,  and  all  documents  bearing  on  this  question.  Presented  3rd 
June,  1913. — Mr.  Lemieux Not  printed. 

229.  Report  of  the  Canadian  delegates  to  the  International  Conference,  held  at  New  York 

for  the  consideration  of  the  Commemoration  of  the  First  Century  of  Peace  between 
the  United  States  and  the  British  Empire.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Borden,  5th  June, 
1913 Not  printed. 

230.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  10th  March, 

19:3,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  memoranda,  orders  in  council,  departmental 
orders  and  reports  from  fishery  overseers  or  other  officers,  during  the  past  two  years, 
rehiting  to  weir  licenses  in  the  waters  of  the  Counties  of  Charlotte  and  St.  John,  Prov- 
ince of  New  Brunswick.    Presented  Gth  June,  1913.— Mr.  PiigsJey Not  printed. 

231.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  21th  February,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters 

and  papers  relating  to  the  issue  of  half-breed  scrip,  warrant  No.  2155,  certificate  No. 
672,  to  Alhert  St.  Denis,  and  the  disposition  of  the  said  scrip.  Presented  Gth  June, 
19;.'?.— Ml'.    Oliver Not   printed. 

232.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Royal  Highness  the  Governor  General  of  the  3rd  Feb- 

ruary, 1913,  ifor  a  copy  of  all  papers  in  connection  with  the  withdrawal  from  settle- 
ment of  a  strip  of  land  one  mile  in  width  along  the  line  of  the  Hudson  Bay  Railway, 
and  of  the  order  in  council,  and  also  of  all  plans  and  correspondence  in  connection 
with  the  same,  prior  and  subsequent  thereto.    Presented  6lh  June,  1913.— Mr.  Graham. 

Not  printed. 

233.  -A  return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  dated  7th  March,  1913,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers, 

letters,  petitions,  contracts  and  other  papers  relating  in  any  way  to  the  purchase  oif 

land  at  Le  Pas  for  terminus  of  Hudson  Bay  road.— (Senate) Not  printed. 

Ill 


J  GtORGb  V.  SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  1  *  A.   1913 


REPORT 


AUDITOR  GENERAL 


FOR    THE 


YEAR  ENDED  MARCH  31 

1912 

VOLUME  I 

PARTS   A  to  J 

rniSTED  BY  ORDER  OF  PARLIAMENT 


(yi'TAWA 

I'iUX  I'KI)  BY  (■     II    HAHMKLEK,   rKlNTEK  TO  THF.  KlM/S  Mo.ST 

KXCELLKNT   MAJESTY 

19 1. 5 

|Nu   1  -l<Jl;;j 


3  GEORGE  V. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


A.    1913 


TABLE  OF    CONTENTS 


VOl.T'ME  r. 

ImroUuftion 

Trciisury  ISoarti  Ovor-rulinj;- 

Nfisccnancous  StHtpinont.s — 

AdvfrtisinK  and  rrinting 

LcEiil  Kxptn^cs 

Depirtmcntal  Sslaries  (Summr.ry). 

AiTCMrs  due 

Appropriation  Accounts 

Revenue  Summaries 


Page. 

A—    :i 

A—  5 
A—  17 
A—  20 
A—  21 
B—    2 

B—  er, 


Uitaih   of  Expenditure   and   I\rri_nii< . 

Aj^riculturc  Dept. — Expcmliture 

Revenue 

Auditor  General's  Office — Kxponditure.. 
f'ustoms  Dept. — ExiKnditurc 

"  Revenue. . 

Finance  Dept.— Expenditure 

"  Revenue  , 

Insurance  Dept.-  Expendilun 

"  Revenue  

CJovernor  General'.'^  Office — Expenditure 

Indian  .Affairs  Dept. — P^xpenditure 

Revenue 

Inland  Rex'enue  Dept. — Expenditure.. .  . 

*'  Kevenui'. 

Interior  Dept.— Expenditure  . 

"  Revenue 


VOLUME  II. 

.lustice  Dept.— Expenditure. 

"  Revenue .... 

Labour  Dept. — Expenditure 

*'  Revenue.... 


(  '^ 

0 

c:- 

271)  1 

D- 

2 

E- 

2 

E—  51  !| 

F— 

2^1 

F— 

.52 

F— 

fi 

F— 

53 

U— 

2 

H— 

2 

H— 

76 

I— 

2 

I- 

;{2 

J— 

9 

J- 

144 

K- 

2 

K— 

41 

\j- 

2 

h- 

7 

VOLUME  II.— O™. 


Details  of  Expenditure  and  Herenue — Con. 


Legislation — Expenditure. 

"  Revenue 

Marine  it  Fisheries. Dept. — Expr-nditure.  ..j 

"  Revenue ' 

.Militia  &  Defer.ce  Dept. — Expenditure.. . . 

"  Revenue 

.Mines  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Xaval  Service  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

R.N.VV.M.  Police — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Post  Office  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Printing  &  Stationery  Dept.— Expenditure 

"  Revenue... . 

Privy  Council  Office — Expenditure 


Page. 


M—  2 
M— 103 
N—  2 
N— 189 
O—  2 
0—133 
P—  2 
P— -18 
Q-  2 
Q—  42 
R—  2 
R—  44 
S—  2 
S— 121 
T—  2 
T—  37 
U—    2 


von  mi;  III. 


Public  Works  Dept.— F^penditure V—     2 

*'                    Revenue -  \"--426 

Railway  s  &  Canals  Dept . — Expenditure...!  \\ —    2 

"                             Revenue W— 406 

Secretary  o{  State's  Dept. — Expenditure..  X —    2 

"                         Revenue X —  13 

External  Affairs  Dept. — Expenditure X —  22 

Rev<Tic I  X—  23 

Trade  *  Commerce  Dept. —  Expenditure..!  Y —    2 

Revenue I  Y—  18 


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I 


Report  of   the  Auditor  General. 


I  have  the  honour  to  submit  the  Report  of  the  Auditor  General  of  Canada, 
for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st  March,  1912,  including  statements  in  detail  of  the 
Expenditure  and  Revenue  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  that  period. 

I  have  to  report  an  over-ruling  by  the  Treasury  Board  of  a  refusal  of  the 
Auditor  General  to  issue  a  Letter  of  Credit  for  the  payment  of  bounties  under 
The  Fenian  Raid  Volunteer  Bounty  Act  of  1912,  on  the  ground  that  there  was 
no  parliamentary  appropriation. 

There  are  two  methods  of  appropriating  public  money,  which  have  been 
followed  by  the  Parliament  of  Canada  since  Confederation,  one  by  an 
amount  in  the  annua!  Supply  Bill  and  the  other  by  providing  in  Special  Acts 
that  the  money  required  shall  be  paid  out  of  the  Consolidated  Revenue  Fund. 

The  latter  practice  has  been  followed  in  the  British  North  America  Act,  in 
the  House  of  Commons  Act  providing  for  the  indemnity  and  mileage  of  Members 
and  Senators,  the  Judges  Act  for  the  salaries  of  Judges,  the  various  Acts  for 
Subsidies  to  Railways,  Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Subventions,  Bounties  on 
Iron  and  Steel,  and  in  fact  in  all  Special  Acts  calling  for  the  expenditure  of  public 
money  where  no  special  amount  has  been  granted  in  the  annual  Supply  Bill. 

So  far  as  I  am  aware  the  Fenian  Raid  Bounty  Act  is  the  exception  to  the 
rule.  I  think  the  matter  is  of  sufficient  importance  to  warrant  the  consideration 
of  Parliament  and  the  expression  of  an  opinion  for  future  guidance. 

Ottawa,  December  27,  1912.  J.  FRASER,  Auditor  General. 


1— lA 


3  GEORGE  V.  ,  SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  1  A.   1913 

AUDITOR    GENERAL'S    REPORT 

1911-12 


PART  A 


TREASURY   BOARD   OVER-RULINGS 


MISCELLANEOUS  STATEMENTS 


ADVERTISING,  PRINTING   AND   LITHOGRAPHING;  LEGAL 

EXPENSES  DEPARTIMENTAL  SALARIES; 

ARREARS  DUE. 


1—1  |a 


3  GEORGE  V.  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1  A.  1913 


TREASURY  BOARD  OVER-RULINGS  OF  THE  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S 
DECISIONS  BETWEEN  THE  SESSIONS  OF  1911-12  AND  1912-13. 

Finance  Department  :  Payment  of  Grants  under  the  Fenian  Raid 
Volunteer  Bounty  Act. 

Auditor  General's  Office,  Ottawa,  May  25,  1912. 

Sir, — I  have  to  acknowledge  receipt  of  your  application  for  a  Letter  of 
Credit  for  S200,000  for  payment  of  grants  to  volunteers  under  the  provisions 
of  the  Fenian  Raid  Volunteer  Bounty  Act. 

In  reply  I  beg  to  say  that  I  can  find  no  appropriation  for  this  purpose.  I 
sliall  therefore  have  to  refuse  to  issue  a  certificate  on  the  ground  that  there  is  no 
approjiriation.  -^ 

This  action  is  taken  under  Sections  41  and  43  of  the  Consolidated  Revenue 
and  Auflit  Act. 

I  might  add  that  I  have  not  received  the  Order  in  Council  required  under 
section  5  of  the  Fenian  Raid  Volunteer  Bounty  Act. 

I  am,  sir,  your  obedient  servant. 
The  Deputy  Minister  of  Finance.  J.  ERASER,  A.G. 


Finance  Department,  June-28,  1912. 

Sir, — Referring  to  your  communication  of  the  25th  ultimo,  acknowledgeing 
receipt  of  an  application  of  this  Department  for  a  letter  of  credit  for  two  hundred 
thousand  dollars  (.*;200,000)  for  payment  of  grants  to  volunteers  under  the 
provisions  of  "The  Fenian  Raid  Volunteer  Bounty  Act,"  I  have  now  to  inform 
you  that  the  Order  in  Council  required  under  section  5  of  that  Act  has  been 
passed.  In  your  letter  referred  to,  j'ou  refuse,  under  sections  41  and  42  of  "The 
Consolidated  Revenue  and  Audit  Act,"  to  issue  a  certificate  for  the  credit,  on 
the  ground  that  there  is  no  appropriation.  I  do  not  understand,  therefore,  that 
your  objection  to  the  issue  of  the  credit  was  because  there  was  no  Order  in 
Council  prescribing  regulations  under  section  5.  Is  it  to  be  assumed  that  you 
still  adhere  to  your  refusal  on  the  ground  of  no  appropriation?  Your  reply  is 
requested. 

I  have  the  honour  to  be.  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

The  Auditor  General.  HENRY  T.  ROSS,  Asst.  D.M.F. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  June  28,  1912. 

SiR,^In  reply  to  your  letter  of  tliis  date,  regarding  the  application  for  a 
letter  of  credit  for  payments  under  the  provisions  of  "The  Fenian  Raid  Volun- 
teer Bounty  Act",  I  beg  to  say  that  the  objection  stated  in  the  Auditor  General's 
letter  of  the  2oth  ultimo  still  holds. 

I  am.  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

E.  D.  SUTHERLAND,  for  A.G. 
The  Assistant  Deputy  Minister  of  Finance. 


A— 4  AUDITOR  GEXERAL'S   REPORT,   1911-1912 

3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 

Finance  Department,  July  3,  1912. 

Dear  Sir, — Referring  to  your  letter  of  the  28th  ultimo,  with  regard  to 
Fenian  Raid  Bounty  credit,  I  now  enclose  extract  from  minutes  of  the  meeting 
of  the  Treasury  Board  held  on  the  2nd  instant  with  reference  to  the  matter. 

Yours  sincerely, 

HENRY  T.  ROSS, 
The  Acting  Auditor  General.  Assistant  Deputy  Minister  of  Finance. 


Treasury  Board  Minute  July  2,  1912: — The  Board  has  had  under  con- 
sideration the  provisions  of  "The  Fenian  Raid  Volunteer  Bounty  Act,  1912;" 
the  application  for  a  letter  of  credit  cheque  thereunder  by  the  Deputy  Minister 
of  Finance  to  the  Auditor  General;  the  report  of  the  Auditor  General  that 
there  is  no  Parliamentary  authority  for  issuing  such  cheque^  the  written  opinion 
of  the  Acting  Minister  of  Justice  that  there  is  such  authority,  reference  being 
made  by  the  Acting  Minister  to  section  4  of  the  Act  as  the  authority. 

The  Board  hereby  authorize  the  Deputy  Minister  of  Finance  to  prepare 
the  necessary  cheque  for  the  purposes  of  the  said  Act,  irrespective  of  the  Auditor 
General's  report. 

HENRY  T.  ROSS, 
Acting  Secretary  of  the  Treasury  Board. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  August  7,  1912. 

Sir, — With  reference  to  the  Minute  of  the  Treasury  Board,  dated  July  2nd, 
1912,  authorizing  the  payment  of  Fenian  Raid  Bounties,  I  have  to  ask  for  a  copy 
of  the  written  opinion  of  the  Acting  Minister  of  Justice  that  there  is  Parliamen- 
tary authority  for  the  issue  of  the  cheques. 

I  am.  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

E.  D.  SUTHERLAND, 

For  A  uditor  General. 
The  Deputy  Minister  of  Finance. 


Finance  Department,  August  10,  1912. 

E.   D.   Sutherland,  Esq. 
Audit  Office, 
Ottawa. 

Dear  Sir,^ — In  reply  to  your  letter  of  the  7th  instant  in  reference  to  the 
Minute  of  the  Treasury  Board  dated  2nd  July,  1912,  authorizing  the  payment 
of  Fenian  Raid  Bounties,  I  now  enclose  as  requested,  a  copj-  of  written  opinion 
of  the  Deputy  Minister  of  Justice  in  regard  to  Parliamentary  authority  for  the 
issue  of  cheques. 

Yours  truly, 

T.  C.  BOVILLE, 
Deputy  Minister  of  Finance. 


TREASURY  BOARD   OVER-RULINQS  A— 5 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 

Justice  Department,  Ottawa,  May  29,  1912. 

Sir, — In  reply  to  your  letter  of  27th  instant,  respecting  the  payments  of  the 
grants  to  volunteers  under  "The  Fenian  Raid  Volunteer  Bounty  Act"  of  last 
session,  the  Auditor  General  having  refused  to  authorize  the  expenditure  upon 
the  ground  that  there  is  no  direct  parliamentary  appropriation  for  the  payments, 
I  have  the  honour  to  state  that  in  my  opinion  the  statute  in  question  is  itself  a 
parliamentary  authority  for  the  expenditure. 

This  opinion  is  given  under  the  provisions  of  Section  42  of  the  Consolidated 
Revenue  and  Audit  Act. 

I  have  the  honour  to  be,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

The  Deputy  Minister  of  Finance.  E.  L.  NEWCOMBE,  D.M.J. 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,   A.   1913 


Advertising,  Printing  and  Litbographing. 


lSll-12. 


Advertising 

Printing  and  lithographing. 


Agriculture  Department 

Auditor  General's  Office 

Civil  Service  Commission 

Conservation  Commission 

Customs  Department 

External  Affairs  Departmeut 

Finance  Department 

Governor  General's  Secretary's  Office 

Indian  Affairs  Department 

Inland  Revenue  Department 

Interior  Department 

Justice  Department  

Labour  Department 

Legislation 

Legislation,  Franchise  Act 

Marine  and  Fisheries  Department 

Militia  Department 

Mines  Department 

Naval  Service  Department 

Northwest  Mounted  Police 

Post  Office  Department 

Privv  Council  Office 

Printing  and  Stationery  Department... 

Public  Works  Department 

Railways  and  Canals  Department 

Intercolonial  Railway 

Prince  Edward  Island  Railway 

Transcontinental  Railway 

Railway  Commission 

Secretary  of  State  Department 

Trade  and  Commerce  Department 


$   cts. 

446,123  09 
932,825  76 


Summary  by  Departments. 

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Agriculture  Department 

Customs  Department 

Finance  Department 

Governor  General's  Secretary's  Office 

High  Commissioner's  Office 

Indian  Affairs 

Inland  Revenue  Department 

Interior  Department 

Legislation 

Marine  and  Fisheries  Department 

Militia  Department 

Mines  Department 

Naval  Service  Department 

Northwest  Mounted  Police 

Post  Office  Department 

Public  Works  Department ■ 

Railw  ays  and  Canals  Department 

Intercolonial  Railway 

Prince  Edward  Island  Railway 

Transcontinental  Railway 

Secretary  of  State  Department 

Trade  and  Commerce  Department 

Printing  and  Lithographing. 


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5 
3 

4 

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9 

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909  81 
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—This  statement  does  not  include  the  advertising  and  printing  in  connection  with  the  Dominion 
For  details  of  latter  see  page  M — 45. 


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Brampton  Times 

A.lvinston  Free  Press 

742  15 

Amherst  Sanford's  Weekly. . 
A.mherst  Sentinel 

Brandon  Times    ... 

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122  72 
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Bridgewater  Bulletin 

Brighton  Ensign 

Brock  News 

69  85 

Arthabasca  Union.. 

Arthabaskaville  Printing  Co. 

205  40 

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Brockville  Times 

Athens  Reporter 

Avlmer  Express. . . 

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Brussels  Post 

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Buckingham  Post 

Baldur  Gazette...   . 

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Barrie  Examiner 

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Calgary,  Alta.— 

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Belloville  Intelligence 

Belleville  Ontario 

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Cavuga  Advocate 

Blind  Kiver  Gazette 

Blvth  Standard 

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496  39 

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1        134  00 

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2, 665  32 

A— 8 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  lOll-lOti 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


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Hazard  &  Moore 

Herald 

Irwin.  A 

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Patriot 

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Canadian.. 

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Chatsworth  News 

Chesley  Enterprise 

Chesterville  Record 

Chicoutimi  Travailleur 

Chilliwack  Free  Press 

Chilliwack  New  Era 

Chilliwack  Progress 

Claresholm  Review 

Clarksburg  Reflector 

Clarksburg  Review.. 

Clarks  Harbour  Coast  Guard 

Clifford  Express 

Clinton  New  Era 

Clinton  Record 

Coaticook  Observer 

Cobalt  Daily  News 

Cobalt  Nugget 

Cobden  Sun 

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Cochrane  Advocate 

Cochrane,  Northland  Pub. Co 

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Coleman  Miner 

CoUingwood  Bulletin 

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CoUingwood  News 

Comber  Herald 

Cookshire  Chronicle 

Cornwall  Freeholder 

Cornwall  Standard 

Craik  News 

Cranbrook  Herald 

Cranbrook  Prospector. . . . 

Creelman  Gazette 

Creemore  Star 

Crystal  City  Courier 

Cumberland  News 

Cypress    River   Western 

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Printing  and  Pub.  Co.. 

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95  80 


269  15 


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Dauphin  Herald 

Dauphin  Press 

Davidson  Leader 

Dawson  News 

Daysland  Press 

Delisle  Advocate 

Deloraine  Times 

Deseronto  Post 

Digby  Courier 

Dominion  City  News 

Drayton  Advocate 

Dresden  Times 

Dry  den  Observer  &  Star. 

Dubuc  Enterprise 

Duck  Lake  Chronicle 

Duck  Lake  Patriote  de 

L'Ouest 

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Dundas  Star 

Dundurn  Enterprise 

Dungannon  News 

Dunnville  Chronicle 

Dunnville  Gazette 

Dunnville  Reform  Press. . 

Durham  Review 

Dutton  Advance 

Earl  Grey  Coronet 

Edmonton,  Alta. — 

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Courier 

Herald 

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Journal 

Edson  Leader 

Eganville  Leader 

Elbow  Graphic 

Elgin  Banner 

Elkhorn  Mercury 

Elmira  Advertiser 

Elmira  Signet 

Elmvalo  Lance 

Elora  E.xpress 

Elstow  Times 

Embro  Courier 

Emerson  Journal 

Englehart  Courier 

Englehart  News 

Erin  Advocate 

Essex  Free  Press 

Esterhazy  Observer 

Estevan  Mercury 

Estevan  Progress 

Exeter  Advocate 

Exeter  Times 

Eyebrow  Herald 

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Fernie  District  Ledger.... 

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Forget  Mail 

Fort  Frances  Times 

Fort  Saskatchewan  Chronicle 
Fort  Saskatchewan  Herald. . 
Fort  Saskatchewan  Recorder 

Fort  William  Enterprise 

Fort  William  Herald 

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Frascr\-ille  St.  Laurent 

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Fredoricton  Gleaner 

Fredericton  Herald 

Fredericton  Mail 

Gainsboro  News 

Gait  Reformer 

Gait  Reporter 

Gananoque  Journal 

Gananoque  Reporter 

Georgetown  Herald 

Gimli  Baldur 

Glace  Bay  Gazette 

Gladstone  Age 

Gleichen  Call 

Glenboro  Gazette 

Glencoe  Transcript 

Goderich  Signal 

Goderich  Star 

Golden  Star 

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Govan  News 

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Grand  Forks  Sun 

Grand  Mere  La  Semaine. . . . 
Grand  Valley  Star  &  Vidette 

Gravenhurst  Banner 

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Guelph,  Ont. — 

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879  40 

4,499  34 
108  00 

3,555  15 


6,340  04 


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3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


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138,222  80 


St.  John,  N.B 

Telegraph 

Times 

Tourist  Association 

St.  Lambert  Press 

St.  Mary's  Argus 

"  Journal 

St.  Stephen  Courier 

St.  Thomas  Journal 

St.  Thomas  Times 

Taber  Times 

Tara  Leader 

Tavistock  Gazette 

Teeswater  News 

Thamcsville  Herald 

Thcdford  Tribune 

Thessalon  Advocate 

Thetford  Mines  Mineur 

Thornbury  Standard 

Three  Rivers  Bien  Public. 
"  Commerciale. 

"  Imprimerie 

"  Commerciale. 

"  Nouveau 

Tignish  Impartial 

Tilbury  Times 

TUlsonburg  Liberal 

Tisdale  Monitor 

Tiverton  Watchman 

Tofield  Standard 

"       Standard  Press — 
Toronto,  Ont. — 

Acton  Pub.  Co 

Addison  &  Mainprice. . .-. 

Alexander  Engraving  Co. 

Atwell  Fleming  Ptg.  Co. 

Bouvier  &  Hutchison 

Brigdens,  Ltd 

Briggs,  Wm 

British  News  of  Canada. 

Bryant  Press  Ltd 

Business  Systems 

Canadian  Almanac 

Canadian  Courier 

Canadian  Engineer 

Canadian  Facts 

Canadian  Farm 

Canadian  Magazine 

Canadian  Mming  Journal 

Canadian  Sportsman 

Central  Electric  &  School 
Supply  Co.,  Ltd 

Central  Press  Agency 

Chapman,  T.  E.  &Co.... 

Colonial  Press 

Congregationalist 

Contract  Record 

Copp,  Clark  Co.,  Ltd 

Defence 

Field 

Freemason 

Globe 

Grand  &  Soy 

Harcourt,  E.  H.  Co.,  Ltd 


1,752 

1,57? 

100 

6 

54 

12 

36 

468 

118 

19 

22 

31 

20 

75 

16 

65 

47 

27 

57 

14 


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11,689  24 


11  20 
152  00 
147  25 
66  25 
15  30 
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26  25 
24  40 
18  76 


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1,075  10 

201  32 

252  35 

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4,341  00 


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Hardware 

Heaton's  Agency. . 

Hendry,  G.  M.  Co 

Hunter,  Rose  Co 

McLean,  R.  G 

Mail  &  Empire 

Miller  &  Richard 

Miln,  Bingham  Ptg.  Co.... 

Monetary  Times 

Murray  Ptg.  Co 

News 

North  Ender 

Office  Specialty  Mfg.  Co. 
Ltd 

Pioneer 

Pollard,  J.  A 

Presbyterian 

Presbyterian  Record 

Railway  &  Marine  World.. 

Reid  &  Doidge 

Robinson,  D.  H 

Rolph,  Clark  Co.,  Ltd 

Royal    Astronomical     So- 
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Saturday  Night 

Scottish  Canadian 

Southam  Press  Ltd 

Star 

Stone  Ltd 

Sun 

Telegram 

Torontonensis 

Toronto  Publishing  Co 

Trade  Review 

Tribuna  Canadians 

Truth 

Typesetting  Co.... 

University  Magazine 

Varsity 

Warwick  Bros.  &  Rutter. . . 

World 

Tottenham  Sentinel 

Transcona  Times 

Treheme  Times 

Trenton  Advocate 

Trenton  Courier 

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Midland  Printing  Co 

News 

Sun 

Times 

Truro  Publishing  Co 

Tugaske  Globe 

Uxbridge  Journal 

Uxbridge    North    Ontario 

Times 

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Vancouver,  B.C. — 

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Building  News 

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126  50 


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1,002  15 
59  50 


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6  30 

9  40 

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9,261  48 
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Post. 

Province 

Saturday  Sunset 

Thomson  Stationery  Co. . . 

Times 

Western    Canada's   Organ- 
ized Wage  Workers 

World 

Vankleek  Hill,  Jones,  H.  C 

Pub.  &  Ptg 

Vankleek  Hill  Review 

Vegreville  Observer 

Verdun  Echo 

Vermilion  .Standard 

Vernon  News 

Vernon  Okanagan 

Victoria,  B.C.— 

Colonist 

Cusack,  Thos.  R 

Gazette 

Mining     and     Engineering 
Record 

Press 

Sweeney  &  McConnell.. . 

Times 

Week 

Victoriaville,  Arthabasca 

Gleaner 

\  ictoriavillc,  Gazette   d'Ar- 

thabaska 

Victoriaville,     L'Echo     des 

Bois  Francs 

Virden  Advance 

\'onda  News 

Wadi  na  Herald 

Wainwright  Star 

Walkcrton  Herald 

Walkcrton  Telescope 

Walkcrton  Times 

Walkcrvillc  Herald  Press.. 

Wallaceburg  Record 

Wallaceburg  Xcws 

Wapella  Post 

Warkworth  Journal 

Warner  Record 

Waskada  Expositor 

Waterford  .Star 

Waterloo,  Ont. — 

Advertiser 

Chronicle  Telegraph 

Journal 

Sentinel 

Watford  Guide  Advocate... 

WatrouH  .Signal 

Watson  Witness 

Wawota  Herald 

Welland  Press 

Wellan'l  Telegraph 

Welland  Tribune 

Westport  Mirror 

Wcstville  Free  Lance 

Wetaskiwin  .fournat 

Wf-ta.'-kiwin  Times 

Weyburn  Herald 


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4  20 

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39  60 

29  60 

12  65 

13  60 

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72  36 

54  08 
15  80 
71  70 

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15  40 

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23  01 
18  00 
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24  50 
4  30 

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4  32 

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58  60 
18  25 
6  72 
35  25 

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24  86 

259  75 

35  84 
33  76 
20  60 


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132  00 


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3  00 


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Wheatley  Journal 

Whitby  Chronicle 

Whitby  Gazette 

White  Horse  Star 

Whitewood  Herald 

Wiarton  Echo 

Wilkie  Press 

Winchester  Press 

Windsor,  N.S. — 

Journal 

Tribune 

Windsor,  Ont. — 

Record 

Standard 

Windthorst  Independent 

Wingham  Advance 

Wingham  Times 

Winnipeg,  Man. — 

Advance 

Brown,  J.  B 

Bulletin 

Canada 

Canada  Posten 

Canada  West 

Canadian  Farmer 

Canadian  Hungarian 

Canadian  Printing  &  Book- 
binding Co. 

Canadian  .Scotsman 

Central  Catholic 

Columbia  Press  Ltd 

Elmwood  Herald 

Espositor 

Farmer's  Advocate 

Franklin  Press  Ltd 

Free  Press 

Frothe 

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Grain  Growers  Guide 

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Icelandic  .\linanac 

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bration  

Lewis,  Clarence 

Logberg 

McLennan,  W 

Nordwesten 

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Xorrona 

Northwest  Review 

Nor'  West  Farmer 

Nouvelliste 

Passmorc,  C.  H 

Richardson  Systems  Ltd. . 

Rugg,  E.  W.&Co 

Saturday  Herald 

Soleil  del'Ouest 

Stovel  Co 

.Svenska  Canada  Tidningen 

Swedish  Canadian  Pub.  Co. 

Telegram 

Thirgcirson,  O.  S 

Town  Topics 


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66  25 

30  95 

8  70 

671  75 

12  00 
266  00 

46  00 

13  15 

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790  00 


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1,081  68 

69  06 

759  00 
2,454  35 

9  50 
40  25 
20  00 

1,652  59 


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3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


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7  80 
168  72 
120  00 

8  40 
182  00 

12  00 
146  88 

$    cU. 
868,480  73 

91  14 

3,065  90 
64  50 

1,062  26 

436  50 
42  60 

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Times 

$      cts. 

191,155  08 

89  40 
77  60 
23  12 
55  72 
18  00 
14  00 

$     cts. 
873.243  63 

Wat'horn's  Guide 

Yellow  Grass  Journal 

Yorkton  Times..          

Zurich  Herald 

Western  Home  Monthly..   . 
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British  and  Foreign. 

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9  15 
41  20 

110  22 
29  76 

36  20 

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180  00 

394  90 

4  32 

40  40 

11  20 

153  37 

Woodstock.  K.B.— 

345  03 

Press    .              

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Finance  Dept..       .    . 

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436  40 

6,143  72 

58,472  49 

1,046  38 

25  80 

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517  87 

15.994  24 

United  States. 

Sentinel  Review 

Wynyard  News _. 

Yamaska  Imprimerie 

Yarmouth,  N.  S. — 

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1,672  01 

Prince  Edward  Island  Ry 

Post                        

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97  93 

Interior  Dept 

41,052  33 

Total 

191,155  08 

873,243  63 

446,123  09 

932,825  76 

LEGAL-  nXPEySES  AXD  TAXED  COSTS 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


A— 17 


I91«-ll 

S  cts. 

2.591  00 

■2.^t\  23 

I.6.5S  71 

10.521  95 

621  9?. 

6,407  5'; 

136,99.3  00 

600  00 

"3,666  92 

5,631  03 

1.9-38  20 

52  76 

827  50 

'  18^665  86 

68,762  53 

85  01 

2,779  77 

264,144  93 


Legal  Expenses  and  Taxed  Costs:  Summary  by  Departments. 

Agriculture 

Customs 

inancc 

:uiian  Affairs 

nland  Revenue 

:it('rior 

iisticc 

,abour 

egislation '. 

■larine  and  Fisheries 

Militia  and  Defense 

Mines 

Naval  Service 

Post  Office 

Printins  and  Stationery 

Public  Works 

Railway  and  Canals 

Royal  K'orth  West  Mounted  Police 

Trade  and  Commerce 


lSll-13 

S    cts. 

2, 007  90 
3,406  OS 

500  00 
13,098  70 

491  19 

7,763  17 

19,841  64 

1,185  47 

750  00 
4,765  77 
2,556  29 

"'6,825  12 

540  31 

10  65 

10.020  07 

69,538  86 

802  25 

144.103  47 


Legal  Expenses  and  Taxed  Costs. 

Adair.  G.  H.,  Sussex 

Adamson  &  Adamson,  Winnipeg 

Allan,  T.  K.,  Kcmptville 

Allan,  Gordon,  Bryant  &  Gordon 
Regina 

Anderson,  Edward,  Winnipeg 

Archambault,  J.,  Montreal 

Armour,  Douglas,  Vancouver 

Armstrong,  A.  J.,  Cobourg 

Aubin.  M.  A.  L.,  Berthierville 

Barrj',  J.  A.,  St.  John 

Beaulieu,  C.  P.,  St.  Alex,  de  Kamou 
raska 

Beavor-Potts,  C.  H.,  Nanaimo 

Sennet  &  Goodw-ill,  Peterborough 

Benson,  B.  ,S.,  Selkirk 

Berian,  L.  .•V.,  Farnham 

Bernard,  I.,  Lotbiniere 

Bertrand,  Ls.,  Hull 

Berube,  Leo,  Fraser\-ille 

Bill,  J.  P.,  Truro 

Blair  &  Laverty,  Montreal 

Blake  &  Redden,  London,  Eng 

Blanchet,  T.  A.,  New  Carlisle 

Boisseau,  F.  X.  A.,  St.  Hyacinthe 

Bois\'ert,  H.,  Becancourt 

Borland,  McIntjTe  &  Borland,  Saska- 
toon   

BoufTard,  Jean,  Quebec 

Bowser,  Rcid  &  Wallbridge,  Vancou- 
ver   

Boyle,  Parlee,  Freeman,  etc.,  Ed- 
monton  

Breau,  P.  D.,  (taxed  costs) 

Brideman,  A.,  Armstrong 

Brigt^s,  W.  I.,  Revelstoke 

Brooke  &  Chauvin,  Hull 

Buell,  W.  S.,  Brockville 

Burgess,  W.,  Port  Elgin 

Burgess  &  ^icKay,  Camrose 

Butler,  E.  J. ,  Belleville 

Byrne,  James  P.,  Bathurst 

Cabana,  C.  C,  Sherbrooke 

Camiiron,  A.  J.,  Arichat 

Cameron,  D.  A.,  Sydney 

Cameron,  D.  O.,  Oakville 

Campbell  4  Fawcett,  Maclcod 

Carried  forw  ard 

1— 2Ja 


$    cts 

20  00 
27  93 
20  00 

599  09 
61  27 

274  98 

750  00 
46  SO 

163  40 

30  00 

919  75 

25  00 
502  37 

35  25 
387  06 

26  05 
105  40 

50  00 

84  52 

41  20 

2,100  45 

285  75 

44  40 

36  00 

157  48 
25  00 

206  32 

117  80 

50  00 

285  60 

13  50 

32  70 

1,551  40 

31  57 

45  .50 
656  48 
125  85 

-348  02 

23  75 

75  00 

29  56 

5  00 


10,417  20 


Legal  Expenses  and  Taxed  Costs 

— Continued. 

Brought  forward 

Campbell,  Simpson  &  Macneill,  Dau- 
phin  

Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Co,  (taxed 

costs) 

Cannon  &  Power,  Quebec 

Cap  Rouge  Pier  &  Wharf  Co.  (taxed 

costs) 

Carruthers,  J.,  Tilsonburg 

Carter,  Wm.  D-,  Richibucto 

Chasse,  P.  A..  St.  John's 

Chauret,  Ad-,  Papineauville 

Chisholm,  D.  C,  .Antigonish 

Chrysler,  Bethune  &  Larmonth,  Ot- 
tawa  

Clary  &  Buchanan.  Sudburj- 

Coldwell.  Coleman  &  Curran,  Brandon 

Collier,  H.  H.,  St-  Catharines 

Colville  &  Humphries,   CampbelUord 

Connor,  C.  H.,  St-  Catharines 

Corbett,  W.  M.,  Fort  Saskatchewan. . 

Corriveau,  A.,  Quebec 

Cottle,  Catford  &  Co.,  Barbadoes 

Creagh,  A.  R.,  Vancouver 

Crepeau,  O.,  Montreal 

Crerar,  J-  M.,  Humboldt. 

Daly,  E.  J.,  Ottawa 

Daniel,  J.  F.,  St.  Esprit 

Daniels,  O.  T.,  Bridgetown,  N.S 

David    L.  A.    Montrral 

Davidson  W.  S.   Peterborough 

Davis  J.  S.   Latchford 

Davj'   G.  H.   Iroquois 

Delage  &  Delage   Quebec 

Demers   L,  G.   Levis 

Demers  R.  St.Romuald  d'Etchemin 

Dennison   H.  L.   Digby 

Dpsaulniers   G.   Montreal 

Dcsrosiers  M .  (taxed  costs) 

Dewart    H.  H.   Toronto 

Dominique,  CM.,  Montreal 

Dorais,  J.  A.,  New  Carlisle 

Drewry,  G.,  Brighton 

DuBoyce,  P.  C,  Cowansville 

Duffy,  C.  G.,  Charlottetown 


Carried  forward. 


$    cts. 


10,417  20 


69  14 

1,184  96 
422  00 

90  23 
5  00 

4  00 

49  00 
100  20 
203  84 

3,033  38 

10  00 

3  00 

65  24 

30  00 

140  00 

25  00 

545  40 

20  00 
25  00 

150  00 

21  17 
171  87 

10  00 

14  09 

122  00 

548  75 

732  79 

10  00 

18  00 

200  00 

102  05 

17  15 

23R  70 

150  00 

408  .W 

50  00 
7  25 

5  00 
27  20 

2  00 


19,447  \1 


A— 18 


AUDITOR  GEXERAL'S  RKPORT,  IVlI-lOJ.l 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Legal  Expenses  and  Taied   Costs 

— Continued. 


Brought  forward. 


Dufort,  Alex.,  Bryson 

Dutour,  A.  P.,  Bagotville 

Dugal,  L.  J.,  Fraserv-illc 

Dupuis,  L.  A.,  Ste.  Anne  de  la  Poca- 
tiere 

Earle,  A.  O.,  St.  John 

East,  J.  D.,  Augustine 

Edington,  A.  M..  Montreal :.. 

Ellis  &  Brown,  ^■anoouver 

Farewell,  J.  E.,  Whitby 

Ferguson,  W.  J.,  Wiarton 

Ferguson,  \V.  M.,  Truro 

Fisher,  W.  E.,  Prince  Rupert 

Fleming  &  Drake,  Windsor 

Floyd,  D.  P.,  Guysboro 

Forgie,  J.  G.,  Pen^broke 

Forsyth,  G.  O.,  Port  Hawkesbury. . . 

Fox,  Charle.s,  New  York 

F'-iel,  J.,  Dorchester 

Galipeault,  A.,  Quebec 

Gallant,  Thos.,  Inverness 

Garceau,  N.,  Drummondville 

Gauvreau,  L.  R.,  Bic 

Geoffrion,  Geoffrion  &  Cusson,  Mon- 
treal  

Germain,  L.  E..  St.  Stanislas 

Gibson,  .John,  Kingston 

Girard,  L.  N.,  Mont  Joli 

GlaJu,  O.,  St.  Francois  du  Lac 

Gogo  &  Harkness,  Cornwall. 

Grayson  &  Armstrong,  Moose  Jaw. . . 

Gregory,  A.  J.,  Fredericton 

Grenier,  A.  W.,  Montreal 

Griffiths  &  Upper,  Niagara  Falls 

Gurd,  Wm.  F.,  Cranbrook 

Hall  &  Purney ,  Liverpool 

Halliday,  F.  W.,  Prince  Albert 

Hamel,  E..  Pont  Rouge 

Hanington  &  Jackson,  Victoria 

Harding,  H.  T.,  Stettler 

Harloy  &  Sweet,  Brantford 

Harris,  Henry,  Rogers  &  Harris, Hali- 
fax   

Harrison,  P.  P.,  Cumberland 

Harvey  &  Bowman,  Dauphin 

Hatton,  G.  W.,  Peterborough 

Heap,  F.,  Winnipeg 

Henderson  &  Matheson,  Brandon 

Herrington,  W.  S.,  Napanee 

Hewson,  R.  W.,  Moncton 

Hibbard,  F.  W.,  Montreal 

Hogg,  W.  D.,  Ottawa 

Hopkins,  G.  H.,  Lindsay 

Hough,  F.  A.,  Amhcrstburg 

Hudson,  Howell,  Ormond  &  Marlatt, 
Winnipeg 

Inman,  G.  S.,  Charlottetown 

Irving,  R.  A.,  Buctouche 

Jackson  &  Phclan,  Victoria 

Jennings  &  Clute,  Toronto 

Jennison,  J.  L.,  Calgary 

Johnson,  A.  M.,  Nelson 

Johnson,  T.,  Bracebridge 

Jones,  W.  P.,  Woodstock 

Judd,  J.  C  Toronto 

KeUy,  J.  H.,  New  Carlisle 

Kennedy,  J.  D.,  New  Westminster... 

Kertson,  W.  F.,  Grand  Falls 

Kilbourn  &  Kilbourn,  Owen  Sound. . 

King,  Hon.  G.  G.,  (taxed  costs) 

Kinney,  J.  A.,  Kenora 


Carried  forward. 


i    cts. 


19,447  11 

58  95 
61  80 

45  35 

151  35 

105  50 

5  10 

75  00 

88  00 

65  20 

48  76 

46  30 
52  35 
15  00 

294  56 

142  77 
81  21 

103  50 
4,310  26 

243  00 
52  80 
10  00 
30  00 

8,335  71 
20  00 
5  00 
50  75 
30  00 
32  43 

268  38 
1,913  03 

147  40 
20  00 
71  20 
34  30 
26  12 

658  50 

941  80 
15  00 

54  50 

84  50 

57  40 

4  50 

137  67 

274  50 

42  80 

55  00 
HI  66 
500  00 
125  00 

86  50 

49  SO 


761  02 

52  25 

184  30 

43  00 

688  96 

32  95 

25  00 

22  51 

1,235  02 

2,235  35 

153  20 

149  85 

1,425  00 

15  00 

64  48 

52  40 


46,827  61 


Legal  Expenses  and  Taxed  Costs 

— Continued. 

Brought  forward 

Lacourciere,  N.  E.,  St.  Catharines 

Lafleur,    MacDougall,   Macfarlane   & 

Pope,  Montreal 

Lalande,  D.,  St.  Scholastique 

Landry,  N.  A.,  Bathurst 

Langley,  O.  A.,  Lakefield 

Langley,  W.  H.,  Victoria 

Lawe  &  Fisher,  Fernie 

Lawlor,  H.  W.,  Hawkesbury 

Lawlor,  R.  A.,  Chatham 

Lemieux,  J.  R.  L.,  Lewis 

Lemieux,  J.  T.,  St.  Romuald 

Lemire,  J.  A.,  Three  Rivers 

Lent,  Jones  &  Mac  Kay,  Calgary 

Laroux,  R.,  Montreal 

Lewis,  W.  A.,  Brockville 

Lindsay,  S.  E.,  Hagersville 

Lyle,  R.  F.,  Morrisburg 

Lynch,  D.  J.,  Campbelltord 

McAlpine,  E.  H.,  St.  John 

McBrady,  W.,  Port  .Vrthur 

McCalmont  &  Ramsay,  Morrison 

McCorquodale,  Alex.  Y.,  High  River 
McCraney,  Mackenzie  &  Hutchinson, 

Saskatoon 

McCrossan  &  Harper,  Vancouver. . 
McCrossan,  Harper  &  St.  John  (taxed 

costs) 

McDonald,  A.  J.,  Baddeck 

McDonald,  L.  X.,  Sydney 

McDonald  &  MacKenzie,  Macleod 

McFadzen,  J.  H.,  Sussex 

MacGillivray,  J.  F.,  Kenora 

McGoun,  Archibald,  Montreal 

Macllreith,  R.  T.,  Halifax 

Mclnnis,  Mellish  &  Fulton,  Halifax. .  , 

MacKay,  A.  G.,  Owen  Sound 

MacKay,  R.  G.,  New  Glasgow 

McKay,  Robert  S.,  Yarmouth 

McKay  &  O'Brian,  Vancouver 

McKenzie,  A.  E.  G.,  Campbellton 

McKerchar,  D.  W.,  Winnipeg 

McLaughlin,  R.  J.,  Lindsay 

McLean,  D.  H.,  Ottawa 

McLean,  E.  H.,  Newcastle 

McLellan  &  Hughes,  Fredericton 

McLennan,  A.,  Kenora 

McLennan,  Donald,  Port  Hood 

McLcod,  Neil,  Summcrside 

McMillan,  D.  S.,  Sarnia 

McNeely,  J.  S.  L.,  Carleton  Place 

McNeil,  J.  Boyd,  Weymouth 

Macdonald,  G.  S.,  Port  Colborne 

Macdonald,  Hugh,  Golden 

Macdonald,  Haggart,  Sullivan  &  Tarr, 
Winnipeg 

Macdonald,  Sheplcy  &  Donald,  To- 
ronto  

Macdonell,  D.  G.,  Vancouver 

Mackenzie,  A.  G.,  Amherst 

Mackenzie  &  Menzie,  Lethbridge 

Macmillan,  N.  A.,  North  Sydney.... 

Maltais,  D.  D.,  Chicoatimi 

Marcil,  J.  E.,  Montreal 

Marshall,  Wm.  E.,  Bridgewater 

Martin,  J.  C,  Wevburn 

Martin,  U.  &  B.  (taxed  costs) 

Martineau,  A.,  St,  Francois  de  Mont^ 
magny 

Mathieson,  J.  \.,  Charlottetown. . 

Mayrand,  G.,  Montreal 


Carried  forwani 68,827  37 


46,827  61 

557  24 

550  00 
108  50 
139  20 
56  59 
615  45 

45  50 

42  80 
250  00 

93  05 

248  10 

30  50 

292  97 

20  00 

73  43 

22  00 

30  67 

842  80 

1,300  63 

584  16 

9  70 

43  50 

55  00 
1,492  71 

316  01 

64  60 

60  00 
116  94 

61  45 
35  10 

250  00 
1,292  34 

7  50 
40  37 

65  40 

46  77 
59  94 

152  55 

8  60 
379  60 
689  65 

20  00 

461  60 

IS  50 

303  01 

15  00 

5  00 

22  50 

1  50 

192  46 

10  00 

79  12 

6,364  10 
740  00 

17  16 

51  50 
762  04 
142  90 

40  05 
4  00 

49  75 
200  00 

1,242  25 
10  00 
36  00 


LEGAL  L\XPi:y.^L,S  AXD  TAXED  COSTS 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


A— 19 


Legal  Eipenscs  and  Taxed  Costs 

— Conlinucd. 


Brought  forward . 


Millar,  H.,  Ottawa 

Miller  &  Cochrane,  Grand  Forks 

Milner,  F.  L.,  Amherst 

Mitchell,  W.  G.,  Sorel 

Moncton  Land  Co.  (taxed  costs) 

Moore.  S.  A.,  Vancouver 

Moore,  W.  H.,  Peterborough 

Morand  &  Savard,  Quebec 

Jlorris  &  Babe.  Fort  William 

Morrison.  D.  A..  Picton 

Mowat,  J.  McD.,  King.ston 

Muir,  Jephson  &  Adams,  Galgary 

Mulligan  &  Meldrum,  .Sudburj' 

Murphy ,  James.  Ashcroft 

Murray,  N.,  Vermilion 

Murray,  R.,  Chatham 

Murray,  Wm..  Campbelltown 

Nadeau,  B.  (taxed  costs) 

Nicol,  J.,  Sherbrooke 

Xormand,  T.  E..  Three  Rivers 

O'Connell,  D.,  Peterborough 

O'Meara,  J.  J.,  Ottawa 

O'Shea  &  Farris,  Nelson 

Palmer,  H.  J..  Charlottetown 

Parker  &  Livingstone,  Yorkton 

Patmore,  Lewis  W.,  Xew  Westminster 

Paj-ne,  G.  A.,  CampbcUford 

Payne.  Wm.  L.,  Colbome 

Perron,  Taschereau,  Rinfret  &  Genest, 
Montreal 

Phillipps  &  Whitla.  Winnipeg 

Pion,  G.,  Montmagny 

Pitbaldo.  I.,  Winnipeg 

Poitras,  L.,  Lanoraie 

Poulin,  S.,  St.  John's 

Pouliot,  J.  C,  Riviere  du  Loup 

Powell,  H.  A.,  Sackville 

Richard,  E.  Rene,  Dalhousie 

Richard.  J.,  St.  Paschal 

Richards,  Affleck  &  Co.,  Winnipeg 

Ritchie,  Geo.,  Toronto 

Ritchie,  Owen,  Ottawa 

Ritchie  &.  Robertson,  Halifax 

Robertson,  H.,  Collingwood 

Rogers,  H.  W.,  Amherst 

Ross  &  Bigclow,  Regina 

Ross  &  Telford,  Hamilton 

Rothwell,  Johnson  &  Bergman,    Win 
nipeg 

Rowell,  Reid,  Wilkie,  Wood  &  Gib- 
9f)n.  Toronto 

Rur  jles.  H.,  Bridgetown 

Russell,  Chas.,  &  Co.,  London,  Eng.. 

Scnkler,  Spinks  &  Van  Home,  Van- 
couver  


S    its. 


68,827  37 

6  00 
10  00 

50  70 

250  00 

1,549  36 

70  00 

20  00 

20  00 

4  00 

35  50 

38  87 

65  00 

40  00 

219  00 

20  00 

254  04 

25  60 

100  00 

4SS  42 

44  60 
318  73 
169  19 

75  00 
10  00 
52  53 
87  70 
423  45 
13  50 

508  00 

553  52 

264  20 

3,193  Oi 

43  00 

30  25 

130  43 

352  38 

45  50 
24  00 
67  68 

275  00 

100  00 

181  20 

34  74 

10  00 

225  83 

10  00 

3,628  63 

3,250  00 

20  10 

5,513  40 

240  00  ' 


Legal  Etpeiises  and  Taxed  Costs 

— Continued. 

Brought  forward 

Shaffner,  W.  P.,  Kcntville 

Shepherd  &  Dunlop,  Lethbridge 

Short,  Ross  <fc  Selwood,  Calgary 

Sims,  R.  J.,  Ottawa 

Sirois  &  Sirois,  Quebec 

Smith,  H.  F.,  Pointe  aux  Trembles... 

Smith,  J.  P.,  Dawson 

Smith,  Markey,  Skinner.  Pugsley  and 

Hvde,  Montreal 

Stackhouse,  R.  T.,  Montreal 

Standard  Trust  Co.,  Xew  York  (taxed 

costs) 

Stein,  A.,  Fraserville 

Stevens  &  Lawson,  Edmundston 

Stewart  &  O'Connor,  Lindsay 

Stiles,  Geo.  A.,  Cornwall 

Storej-,  Duncan  S.,  Midland 

Straton,  James,  Saskatoon 

Swinburne  &  Byrnes,  Fort  William . . 

Tanguay,  G.  E.  (taxed  costs) 

Taschereau,  C.  E.,  Quebec 

Taschereau,  L.  A.,  Quebec 

Taschereau,  Roy,   Cannon,   Parent  & 

Fitzpatrick,  Quebec 

Tessicr,  J.  A..  "Three  Rivers 

Thomson  &  Kennedy,  Wolseley 

Thomson,  Tilley  &  Johnston,  Toronti 

Thurston  &  Boyd,  Toronto 

Trudeau,  J.  C,  Beauharnois 

Trueman,  W.  A..  Dalhousie 

Turgeon,  Roy  &  Langlois,  Quebec. . 

Turner,  W.  D..  Sussex 

Tweedie,  McGillivray  &  Robertson. 

Calgarj' 

Vien,  T.  A.,  Quebec 

Vickery,  James  H.,  Berlin,  Germany. 

Vigneau,  C.  E.,  St.  Thecle 

Wade,  Whealler,  McQuarrie  &  Martin. 

Vancouver 

Wainwright,  A..  Montreal 

Walsh,  J.  C,  Montreal 

Ward.  H.  A.,  Port  Hope 

Webster,  B.,  Kentville 

Weeks.  J.  P. ,  Parrj-  Sound 

Weir,  A.,  Samia 

White,  D.  B.,  Xiagara  Falls 

White  &  Williams,  Pembroke 

Widdifield,  W.  C,  Xewmarket 

Wilkes,  A.  J.,  Brantford 

Williams,  A.  S.,  Xewmarket 

Williams,  Mary  (taxed  costs) 

Winslow.  W.  C  Chatham 

Wylie,  Mundell  &  Proctor,  Moosomin 
Young,  E.  M.,  Picton 


Carried  forward 91,989  52 


$    cts. 


91.989  52 

21  90 

24  04 

64  24 

97  65 

100  00 

59  00 

1,423  75 

10,561  35 

60  00 

3,299  48 

951  79 

9, 167  07 

1,274  10 

20  00 

33  74 

147  86 

40  00 

149  68 

4,983  09 

1,245  00 

538  44 

32  68 

20  00 

6,286  00 

32  50 

83  10 

35  00 

75  OO 

48  00 

8  75 

425  94 

100  00 

59  30 

312  00 

1,925  00 

251  40 

20  00 

15  00 

25  00 

107  03 

20  00 

24  25 

438  21 

10  00 

172  40 

182  24 

7,004  75 

93  22 

45  00 

144,103  47 


A— 20 


AUDITOR  OENEBAVS  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  19W 


Departmental  Salaries  at  Ottawa:   Summary. 


Totals. 
1910-11. 


Departments. 


Pages. 


Civil  Outside 

Government.  Votes. 


Totals. 
1911-21. 


cts. 


351,. 599  33 

104,778  49 

22,454  12 

241,122  10 

14,568  48 

101,251  48 

22,662  50 

111,717  36 

97,776  63 

22,490  84 

925,892  26 

100,760  45 

31,711  22 

78,668  56 

295,996  69 

31,822  50 

200,370  61 

206,098  25 

166,102  37 

59,567  91 

27,434  72 

502,885  14 

82,874  11 

35,489  36 

350,351  11 

122,688  03 

52,033  97 

18,774  24 

47,215  16 


4,427,156  01 


Agriculture 

Auditor  General's  Office 

Conservation  Commission 

Customs 

External  Aflairs 

Finance 

Governor  General's  Office 

Indian  Affairs 

Inland  Revenue 

Insurance 

Interior 

■Justice 

Labor 

Legislation— Senate 

Legislation — Commons 

Legislation — Library 

Marine  &  Fisheries 

Militia  &  Defence 

Mines 

Naval  Service 

R.  N.  W.  M.  Police 

Post  Office 

Printing  &  Stationery 

Privy  Council  Office 

Public  Works 

Railways  &  Canals 

Secretary  of  State 

Secretary  of  State— C.  S.  Com 
Trade  &  Commerce 


C—  3 
D—  2 
C— 66 
E—  2 
X— 23 
F— 3,6 
G—  2 
H—  3 
I—  3 
F^,( 
J—  3 
K—  3 
I^  2 
M—  5 
M— 11 
M— 17 
N— 3,6 
0—3,5 
P—  2 
Q— 2,4 
R—  3 
S—  2 
T—  2 
U— 2,3 
V— 19 
W—  7 
X— 3,4 
X-^,8 
Y— 3,4 


eta. 


370.313 
109,740 

17,946 
259,358 

15,397 
103,391 

24,811 
111,833 

98,330 

26,639 
906,874 
110,472 

36,319 


201,883 

132,071 

190,362 

71,575 

18, 325 

542,188 

64,712 

38,660 

369,761 

132,379 

56,516 

23,246 

49,941 


67,663  54 


11,826  25 
6,792  40 


729  01 


103,524  95 


78,306  39 

260,407  16 

32,634  96 


88,443  90 
10,161  10 
19,855  00 
9, 664  03 


22,939  47 


32  00 
2,500  00 


4,083,054  44    715,480  16 


437, 

109, 
29, 

266, 
15, 

103, 
24, 

111, 

99, 

26, 

,010, 

110, 
36, 
78, 

260, 
32, 

201, 

220, 

200, 
91, 
27, 

542, 
87, 
38, 

369, 

134, 
56, 
23, 
49, 


976  81 
740  91 
772  89 
151  23 
397  22 
391  31 
811  53 
833  27 
059  06 
639  85 
399  35 
472  59 
319  96 
306  39 
407  16 
634  96 
883  72 

515  61 
523  90 
430  13 
989  03 
188  28 
651  88 
660  49 
793  16 
879  61 

516  13 
246  34 
941  83 


4,798,534  60 


Note. — The  salaries  of  the  Ministers,  the  Solicitor  General  and  the  Speakers  of  the  Senate  and  House 
of  Commons  are  not  included  in  this  statement. 


ARREARS  DUE 


A— 21 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


1910-11 


Arrears  due— Summary. 


1911-12.  Increase. 


Decrease. 


cts 


4,327  47 

28,063  10 

69,669  04 

3,312,795  40 

131,659  88 

399,873  78 

5,472  52 

4,180  89 

1,577  81 

16  66 

18,398  52 

212  88 

1,883  62 

288  95 

58,392  95 

2,801  74 

10,774  34 

6,253  68 

56,417  64 

1,105  98 

4,351  14 

3,213  16 

14  13 

1  11 

2,334  32 

1,342  67 

1,594  50 

6,922  34 

28  80 

30  15 

1,490  00 

2,145  20 

1,683  32 

2,021  32 

7,377  39 

5,309  09 

2,350  47 

61  04 

7,355  10 

36,633  60 

12.355  92 

3,149  52 

10,602  44 

996  59 

2,018  55 

22,801  23 

4,360  38 

1,356  80 

506  67 

287  80 

2,473  84 

10,  M4  37 

1,686  76 

25,048  33 

4,298,719  93 

Agriculture  

Customs 

Finance — 

Montreal  Turnpike  Trust 

Quebec  Harbour 

Three  Rivers  Harbour 

Seed  Grain,  Saskatchewan 

Seed  Grain,  Alberta 

Indian  Affairs 

Inland  Revenue — 

Bill  Stamps 

Civil  Government  Contingencies 

Excise 

Gas  Inspection 

Ferries,  &c 

Weights  and  Measures 

Interior — 

Ordnance  Lands 

Rocky  Mountains  Park 

Timber  Dues 

Grazing  Lrinds 

Mining  Lands  Br. 

Coal  Lands,  Royalties 

Coal  Mining  Leases 

Leases,  Dredging  N.  W.  T 

Mineral  Sales 

Mining  Lands — Sales 

Stone  Quarry  Leases 

Petroleum  and  Natural  Gas  Leases. 

Yukon  Territory. 

Time  Sales 

Timber  Dues 

Timber  Seizures 

Leases 

Justice — 

Penitentiaries 

Supreme  Court 

Marine  and  Fisheries* 

Militia- 
Rents,  &c 

Municipalities — • 

Lowe  Township,  Que 

Richmond,  B.C 

Sault  Ste.  Marie,  Ont 

Sydney  Mines,  N.S 

Buckingham,  Que 

Hamilton,  Ont 

Inverness,  N.S 

Glace  Bav.  N.S 

Cape  Breton,  N.S 

Town  of  Dominion  No.  1 

Springhill.  N.S 

Mines — Geological  .Survey 

Naval  Service 

Post  Office— t 

Old  Revenue  .\ccount 

New  Revenue  Account 

Printing  and  Stationery — 

Publications 

Voters  Lists 

Canada  Gazette 

Public  Works- 
Hydraulic  and  other  Rents 

Minor  Public  Works 

Rents — Ottawa.  &<• 

Hamilton  &  Port  Dover  Road 


•  Carried  forward. 


$       cts. 

4, 154  47 
50,352  92 

61,314  21 

,479,057  42 

141.041  78 

361,085  70 

5,746  14 

4,525  91 

1,577  81 

16  66 

18,443  56 

212  88 

1.833  62 

289  68 

58,255  36 

900  82 

4,661  76 

3,390  81 

6,804  58 

48,867  75 

100  00 

3,200  77 

117  06 

70  00 

13,606  13 

1,886  60 

1,917  80 

94  50 

10,783  07 

34  39 
30  15 


1,901  50 

1,683  32 

2,021  32 

8,305  06 

5,492  36 

2,350  47 

61  04 

7,267  10 

36,644  25 

12,353  55 

3,145  23 

11,703  .56 

991)  59 

1,892  SO 

22,801  23 
4,360  38 

1,400  18 
587  20 
304  40 

2,648  84 
10,644  37 

1,823  76 
25,048  33 


cts. 


22,289  82 


4,449,811  15 


166,262  02 
9,381  90 


273  62 
345  02 


45  04 


70 


47,761  77 
100  00 


55  87 
13,605  02 


575  13 


3,860  73 


5  59 


927  67 
183  27 


10  65 

'i;i6i'i2 


43  38 
80  53 
16  60 

175  00 

137  00 ' 


267,237  45 


$       cts. 
173  00 

8,354  83 

38,788  03 


50  00 


137  59 
1,900  92 
6,112  58 
2,867  87 

49,613  06 


1,150  37 
3,096  10 


447  72 
1,500  00 

1,490  00 
243  70 


88  00 


2  37 
4  29 


125  75 


116,146  23 


•No  return  received. 

tSincc  Guarantee  Fund  was  established  all  arrears  are  paid  out  of  this  Fund. 


A— 22 


AUDITOR  GEXERAL'S  REPORT,   1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


1910-11. 


$      cts. 
4,298,719,93 


56,805  65 

8.296  93 

18,191  11 

3,556  89 

283,. 549  78 

9, 129  68 

7.101  84 

885  84 

1,963  87 

17,570  ^^2 

5,868  20 

27  479  21 

82  95 

70  00 

4  00 

51,562  00 

4.107  17 

10,859  29 

1,994  86 

790  31 

22  50 

37,432  79 

4,846,045  72 

13,254  58 

11,798  67 

11.224  96 

415  93 

15  50 

5,963  01 

1,477  76 

932  14 

2,175  66 

1,209  95 

2,853  67 

5,635  28 

36,289  99 

7,130  14 

409  91 

1,711  74 

600  86 

2,717  77 

176  85 

5,254  30 

1,918,036  85 

2,029,285  52 

Arrears  Due— Summary— Continued.  1911-12.  Increase.         Decrease. 


.  Brought  forward .' 


Slides  and  Booms — 

Ottawa  District  old  Account.... 

Ottawa  District  new  Account... 

St.  Maurice  District 

Newcastle  and  Trent  District. . 
Railways  and  Canals — 

Intercolonial  Railway 

Prince  Edward  Island  Railway. 
Canals— Hydraulic  and  other  Rents 

Bcauharnois 

Chambly 

Cornwall 

LacJiine 

Rideau 

Grenville  and  Carillon 

Trent 

Sault  Ste.  Marie 

.Stc.  Ann's  Lock 

WcUand 

Williamsburg 

Damages 

St.  Peters 

Miscellaneous 

Secretaty  of  State 

Trade  and  Commerce — 

Cullers  Fees 


Indian  Lands — Principal  due — 


Ontario — 

Wiarton 

Manitowaning 

Gore  Bay 

Brantford 

Sarnia 

Thessalon 

Deseronto 

Keene 

Sault  Ste.  Marie.. 

Port  Arthur 

Quebec — 

Pointe  Bleue 

Maniwaki 

Tcmiscaniingue. .. 

Jeure  Lorette 

New  Brunswick — 

Andover 

Buctouche 

Nova  Scotia — 

Glendale 

Manitoba 

Birtle 

Alberta — 

Red  Deer 

Edmonton 

Ottawa- 
Headquarters. 


$       cts 

4,449,811  15 


56,805 
8,868 

18,400 
3,556 

433,905 
10,252 

6,167 

861 

2,003 

17,183 

7,068 

27.935 

156 

62 

4 

85,103 

4,218 

10,859 

1,994 

790 

28 


37,432  79 


5,183,471  86 


12,650  74 

11,254  25 

11,036  91 

687  93 

15  50 

4,973  45 

1,425  01 

952  14 

1,651  44 

897  35 

2.853  67 

5,601  11 

36,083  99 

6,601  44 

409  91 
1,711  74 

600  86 

1,389  41 

166  97 
3,330  32 

2,705,604  06 


2,809,898  20 


$      cts. 
267,237  45 


572  05 
209  24 


150,355  62 
1,122  44 


40  00 

1,200  16 

455  87 

73  70 

33,541  86 
111  00 

5  75 

337,426  14 


272  00 


20  00 


787,567  21 


780,612  68 


$       cts. 
116, 146  23 


934  00 
24  00 

387  27 


7  50 


603  84 
544  42 
188  05 


989  56 
52  75 

524  22 
312  60 


34  17 
206  00 
528  70 


1,328  36 


9  88 

1,923  98 


Ar{m:AKS  due 


A— 23 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  1 


1910-11. 


Arrears  Due— Summarj-— Continued.  1911-12 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


19.932  92 

18.545  46 

8.'?,723  40 

0,649  30 

10,805  49 

31,541  17 

2,003  30 

12,577  68 

52,685  97 

54,001  83 

107,997  38 

96,731  80 

5,347  56 

127  73 

2,525  66 

22,079  65 

7,997  90 

46,873  92 

50,9.32  46 

11,339  26 


644,419  84 


Dominion  Lands — Principal  and  Interest — 


Battkfoid. 

Brandon 

Calagry 

Dauphin 

Edmonton 

Estevan 

Humboldt 

Kamloops 

Lethbridge 

Medicine  Hat 

Mooscjaw 

Swift  Current 

New  Westminster. 

Peace  River 

Prince  .\lbert 

Regina 

Red  Deer 

.Saskatoon 

Winnipeg 

Yorkton 


Ill, 

10, 

236, 

6, 

14, 

162, 

2 

V, 

237, 


671  73 
798  51 
106  95 
340  16 
222  66 
439  50 
934  51 
295  65 
493  15 


91,738  81 
i52,383  55' 


3,417  17 

130,898  39 

931  21 


1,055,774  04 


9, 

3, 
32, 
25, 
117, 
43, 
10 


488  12 

155  05 

862  03 

712  28 

344  48 

792  38 

595  37 

356  67 


184,807  18 
797,043  03 

4,140  56 
27  32 

1,336  37 
10,632  63 
17,346  58 
70.918  46 


$       cts. 

7,746  95 
309  14 

11,282  03 


7,337  OJ 
982  59 


2,082,383  30 


Recapituhtion. 

Time  Sales  in  Man.  .\Ita.  <S:  Sask 

Time  Sales  British  Columbia 

Pre-Sales 

Purchased  Homestead  sales 

Sales  in  Settlements 


132,373  72 

10,783  77 

1,761,623  97 

140,390  55 
37  211  29 


2,082,383  30 


1,437,963  46 


A— 24  AUDITOR  GENERiL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 

3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 

AiDiT  Office,  Ottawa,  October  4,  1912. 
Re  Arrears  Due. 

Sir, — In  the  statement  of  arrears  clue,  furnished  October  17,  1911,  the 
Port  of  Lethbridge  was  entered  for  $1. 

In  the  statement  furnished  this  year  Lethbridge  is  entered  for  S19,889.82. 

The  collector  in  arrears,  D.  S.  McCaig,  seems  to  have  left  the  service 
July  31,  1911,  and  your  statement  dated  October  17th  placed  his  arrears  at 
only  $1. 

This  would  call  for  some  explanation.  I  have  also  to  ask  how  the  defalca- 
tion of  .$19,889.82  occurred. 

I  am,  sir,  your  obedient  servant. 

The  Commissioner  of  Customs.  JOHN  GORMAN,  for  A.G. 


Department  of  Customs,  Ottawa,  October  9,  1912. 
Auditor  General,  Ottawa. 

Sir, — I  beg  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  letter  of  the  4th  instant, 
with  reference  to  arrears  clue  at  the  Port  of  Lethbridge,  and  would  state  in  reply 
that  when  the  yearly  statement  of  arrears  was  sent  you  on  the  17th  October, 
1911,  the  investigation  into  the  defalcation  of  officer  D.  S.  McCaig  had  not 
been  completed  and  it  was  not  possible  to  show  in  that  statement  the  actual 
amount  the  officer  was  in  default. 

The  complete  report  of  the  investigating  officer  was  not  made  until  the 
9th  November,  1911,  an*!  was  received  in  the  Department  on  the  13th  of  that 
month. 

The  defalcation  occurred  through  the  suppression  of  invoices  and  entries 
by  Officer  D.  S.  McCaig,  and,  while  only  a  small  portion  of  the  shortage  has 
so  far  been  recovered,  the  defaulting  officer  has  assigned  some  valuable  lands 
to  the  Customs,  from  which  it  is  expected  a  considerable  amount  will  be  realized, 
at  a  later  date. 

I  have  the  honour  to  be,  sir,  your  obiedent  servant, 

JOHN  McDOUGALL,  Commissioner  of  Cxistoms. 


Audit  Office,  Ottawa,  October  4,  1912. 

Re  Arrears  Due. 

Sir, — Id  your  statement  of  advances  made  and  not  yet  accounted  for, 
there  ajjpear  advances  to  Arnold  Wainwright  as  follow: — 

May  22,       1908 $     300 

Feb.  15,       1909 300 

Sept.  21,      1910 350 

May  23,       1911 900 

Nov.  29,      1911 1,000 


ARREARS  DUE  A— 25 

SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  1 

Your  accountant  s  :ites  that  the  transactions  to  which  these  advances 
refer  have  not  j'et  been  closed. 

It  seems  to  call  for  some  explanation  why  advances  made  four  j'ears  ago 
are  not  yet  accounted  for,  especially  as  you  gave  him  an  advance  of  $1,000 
on  November  29th  last 

I  am  sir,  your  obedient  servant. 

The  Commissioner  of  Customs.  JOHN  GORMAN, /or  4  .  (7. 


Audit  Office,  Ottawa,  October  21,  1912. 
Re  Arreahs  Due. 

Sir, — I  wrote  you  July  12th  and  again  September  30th  for  a  statement 
of  arrears  due  to  your  Department,  and  so  far  have  had  no  replj'. 

As  this  statement  must  shortly  be  sent  to  the  printers,  I  would  ask  for 
your  prompt  attention. 

The  want  of  the  statement  is  delaying  the  publication  of  our  Report. 

I  am  sir,  j'our,  obedient  servant. 
Deputy  Minister  Marine  &  Fisheries.  J.  FRASER,  A.G. 


Audit  Office,  Ottawa,  October  4,  1912. 
Re  Arrears  Due  for  aid  to  Civil  Power. 

Sir, — In  the  statement  you  furnished  October  6th,  1911,  the  amount  due 
by  eleven  municipalities  for  Aid  to  Civil  Power  amounted  to  $88,899.21. 

The  statement  furnished  October,  1st  1912,  places  the  amount  due  as 
891,027.26. 

The  amount  due  bj-  several  of  the  municipalities  was  increased,  and 
seemingly  nothing  has  been  paid. 

Awaiting  explanations. 

I  am,  sir,  your  obedient  servant. 
The  Deputy  Minister  of  Militia  and  Defence.      JOHN   GORMAN,  for  AG. 


Department  of  Militia  and  Defence,  Ottawa,  Oct.  9,  1912. 

Sir, Answering  your  letter  of  the  4th  inst.,  regarding  discrepancies  between 
Statements  of  Arrears  furnished  you  on  October  6  1911  and  October  1  1912, 
I  beg  to  state  that  there  was  expenditure  on  account  of  Aid  to  Civil  Power  to 
four  of  these  Municipalities   amounting   to   $714.67  during  the    year  1911-12. 


A— 26  M  Dirnu  i:!i:m:i{alh  uei'dht,  1011-191  i 

3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 

With  regard  to  the  rest  of  the  differences  the  statement  of  October  6  1911  did 
not  include  items  of  expenditure  which  should  have  been  included.  The  state- 
ment rendered  in  October  1912  is  correct. 

1  have  the  honour  to  be,  sir,  your  obedient  servant, 
The   Auditor   General.  J.  W.  BORDEN,  for  D.  M. 


Audit  Office,  Ottawa,  October  11,  1912. 

Sir, — I    have    received    your    letter  of    9  inst.,  explaining  differences  in 
amounts  due  for  Aid  to  Civil  Power,  between  amounts  due  in  1911  and  1912. 
You  do  not  state  what  action  has  been  taken  towards  collecting  these  arrears. 

I  am,  sir,  your  obedient  servant. 

The  Deputy  Minister,  Militia  and  Defence.       JOHN  GORMAN,  for  A.  G. 


Department  of  Militia  and  Defence,  Ottawa,  October  14, 1912. 

Sir, — Answering  your  letter  of  October  11,  1912, 1  beg  to  enclose  herewith 
copy  of  my  letter  of  the  18  January  1912. 

The  papers  in  connection  with  Springhill  were  transfered  to  the  Justice 
Department  for  action  in  April  last. 

I  have  the  honour  to  be,  sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

The  Auditor  General.  J.  W.  BORDEN,  for  D.  M. 


Department  of  IMilitia  and  Defence,  Ottawa,  January  18,  1912. 

Sir, — In  reply  to  your  letter  of  the  6th  November  last  respecting  expendi- 
ture on  account  of  Aid  to  Civil  Power,  I  have  the  honour  to  say  that  the  claims 
against  the  municipalities  mentioned,  Springhill  excepted,  are  with  the  Justice 
Department  for  recovery  through  the  Courts.  As  regards  Springhill,  this  claim 
was  sent  to  the  officer  Commanding  at  Halifax  November  24  last  with  ins- 
tructions to  endeavour  to  collect,  but,  if  unsuccessful  to  return  the  claim  here 
in  order  that  it  may  be  sent  to  the  Justice  Department  for  action. 

1  have  the  honour  to  be,  sir,  your  obedient  servant. 

The  Auditor  General.  (sgd.)     E.    FISET,   D.  M. 


Audit  Office,  Ottawa,  October  4,  1912 

Re  Arrears  due. 

Sir, — The  statement  of  arrears  due  the  Intercolonial  furnished  October 
19,  1911,  amounted  to  $283,549.78. 


AKREARH  DUE  A— 27 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 

The  statement  furnished  September  6,  1912,  showed  $433,905.40,— an 
increase  of  §150,355.62. 

As  this  large  increase  may  elicit  some  enquiry  during  the  Session,  it  would 
be  advisable  for  you  to  furnish  me  your  explanation,  which  I  will  publish. 

I  am  ,sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

JOHN  GORMAN,  for  A.  G. 
The  General  Manager,  Intercolonial  Railway. 


MoxcTox,  N.B.,  Oct.  30,  1912. 

Dear  Sir, — I  received  and  acknowledged  jour  letter  dated  October  4tli, 
asking  for  an  explanation  of  the  increase  in  the  arrears  of  the  Intercolonial,  an 
increase  amounting  to  8150,355.62. 

I  now  send  you  a  letter  from  I\Ir.  Shannon,  Comptroller,  dated  October 
19th,  giving  this  information.  If  any  further  information  is  required,  please 
let  me  know. 

Yours  truly, 

The  Auditor  General.  D.  Pottinger. 


MoxcTON,  N.B.,  Oct.  19,  1912. 

Dear  Sir, — I  have  to  acknowledge  receipt  of  your  communication  of  the 
8th  inst.  enclosing  copy  of  a  letter  received  from  tlie  Auditor  General  arsking 
for  an  explanation  in  regard  to  increased  amount  of  arrears. 

The  Auditor  General  points  out  that  the  increase  amounts  to  $150,355.62, 
and  in  going  over  and  comparing  the  arrears  to  March  31,  1912,  with  similar 
statement  of  the  previous  year,  I  find  the  following  represents  the  increase: — 

1.  Canadian  Northern  Railway $1,521  26 

2.  Canada  &  Gulf  Terminal  Railway 3,195  59 

3.  Dominion  Iron  &  Steel  Co 12,214  46 

4.  Post  Office  Department 28,323  22 

5.  Salisbury  &  Albert  Railway 62,385  78 

6.  Grand  Trunk  Rail\\ay 42,815  22 

7.  Reid  Newfoundland  Co.  (demurrage) 12,057  90 

8.  Uranium  Steamship  Co.  (tickets  exchanged  for  S.S. 

orders) 1,522  62 

9.  H.  &  A.  Allan  (tickets  exchanged  for  S.S.  orders) ...         822  74 

The  above  items  more  than  make  up  the  increase  of  this  j-ear  over  last,  so 
that  there  is  really  a  decrease  in  the  arrears  outside  of  these  special  items. 

1.  Canadian  Northern  Railway — This  Company  are  always  about  a  year 
behind  in  their  payments  and  the  bulk  of  1912  arrears  is  accounted  for  by  bill 
for  freight  on  account  of  box  cars,  -SI, 210. 66,  still  unpaid. 

2.  The  Canada  &  Gulf  Terminal  Railway  are  slow  in  paying  their  accounts 
but  the  bulk  of  the  arrears  mentioned  above  have  now  been  settled. 

3.  Dominion  Iron  &  Steel  Co. — The  amount  of  their  arrears  is  made  up  of 
demurrage,  car  hire  and  freight  on  rails;  statements  are  sent  them  from  time 
to  time  and  they  remit  spasmodically. 


A— 28  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 

3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


4.  Post  Office  Department — The  arrears  consist  of  special  mail  trains  from 
Nov.,  1911  to  February,  1912,  not  yet  paid  for.  During  the  winter  months, 
partieularl}'  at  Christmas  time,  the  English  mail  being  so  large,  it  became 
necessary  to  run  two  mail  trains  and  they  were  charged  accordingly  but  they 
have  only  paid  for  one  mail  train.  There  has  been  considerable  correspondence 
with  regard  to  this. 

5.  Salisburi^  &  Albert  Railway — The  arrears  due  by  this  Company  consti- 
tute the  largest  amount  of  an  increase  in  arrears  as  shown  above  and  is  accounted 
for  by  rails  and  fastenings  and  second  hand  bridges.  Under  the  agreement 
made  with  this  Company  by  the  Government,  in  the  event  of  the  Government 
not  taking  over  this  railway,  the  Company  would  have  three  years  in  which  to 
pay  for  such  rails  and  fastenings  and  bridges. 

6.  Grand  Trunk  Railway — Tickets  exchanged.  The  amount  of  arrears  as 
shown  above  is  $42,815.22  and  were  not  collected  at  the  time  the  statement  was 
prepared  and  sent  to  the  Auditor  General  but  since  that  time  this  amount  has 
been  practically  Miped  out. 

7.  Reid  Newfoundland  Co. — This  Company  does  not  pay  our  demurrage 
charges  for  cars  held  at  North  Sj'dnej'  until  their  steamer  can  take  the  contents. 
This  Company  although  frequently  pressed  for  payment  of  demurrage,  has  so 
far  failed  to  pay  any  of  the  amounts  and  the  matter  has  been  referred  to  the 
Board  for  action. 

8.  Uranium  Steamship  Co.  and 

9.  H.  &  A.  Allan — These  amounts  have  lieen  wiped  out  since  the  compila- 
tion of  the  statement. 

Yours  truly, 

D.  Pottinger,  Esq.,  S.  L.  Shannon, 

Assistant  Chairman,  Comptroller  and  Treasurer. 

Board  Manageneml. 


Audit  Office,  Ottawa,  October  26,  1912. 

Re  Arrears  due. 

Sir, — Statement  of  arrears  due  to  your  Department  in  connection  with 
Canals  Revenue  recently  reached  this  office. 

It  would  be  more  satisfactory  if  a  summary  accompanied  these  statements, 
and  that  they  were  added. 

The  amounts  due  at  most  of  the  Canals,  are  approximately  the  same  as 
last  year,  showing  that  very  little  of  the  arrears  due  are  being  collected. 

There  is  an  increase  of  about  Twelve  Hundred  Dollars  ($1,200)  at  Rideau 
Canal,  and  over  Thirty-three  Thousand  ($33,000)  at  Welland  Canal.  The 
increase  at  latter  Canal  is  largely  composed  of  following  items: — 

Lease  No.  6006,  Jas.  Davey,  Jr $28,011  25 

Lease  No.  2504,  Montrose  Paper  Co 4,894  00 

According  to  your  Revenue  Returns,  the  annual  rental  of  Lease  No.  6006  is 
$120,  and  of  Lease  No.  2504,  $146,  and  both  are  paid  up  to  June  30,  1912. 

You  have  not  furnished  any  statement  of  arrears  due  on  advances  made. 

An  early  reply  is  requested,  as  the  statement  of  arrears  due  by  the  several 
Departments,  will  shortly  be  sent  to  printers. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Railways  and  Canals.  John  Gorman,  for  A.G. 


ARREARS  DUE  A— 29 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 

Department  Railways  and  Canals,  Ottawa,  November  12,  1912. 

SiK. — I  have  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  letter  of  the  26th  of  Oct., 
ultimo,  asking  to  be  furnished  with  certain  information  in  the  above  matter. 

In  reply,  I  have  to  say  that,  in  regard  of  the  increase  (about  SI, 200  you 
state),  in  the  arrears  of  rental  on  the  Rideau  Canal,  such  increase  is  made  up  to 
a  great  extent  by  sundry  small  amounts  due  by  lessees  from  whom  it  would 
appear  to  be  impossible  to  collect,  one  item  being  S50  due  bj'  John  Woodruff, 
and  another  S500  under  a  lease  which  was  held  by  Messrs.  J.  K.  Paisley  and  A. 
]\I.  Chishohn,  assignees  of  Messrs.  Rowan,  Birkett  and  Chisholm,  which  lease, 
together  with  the  total  arrears  of  rent,  $3,000,  have  been  cancelled  by  Order  in 
Council. 

In  regard  of  the  increase  on  the  Welland  Canal,  which,  you  state,  is  largely 
composed  of  the  following  items: — 

Lease  No.  6006,  Jas.  Davey,  Jr $28,011  25 

Lease  No.  2504,  Montrose  Paper  Co 4,894  00 

I  have  to  say  that  the  amounts  due  under  these  two  leases  are  for  excess  water 
used,  and  to  date  are  as  follows: — 

Lease  No.  6006 $28,131  25 

Lease  No.  2504 5,040  00 

With  regard  to  the  desired  statement  of  arrears  due  on  advances  made,  I 
have  to  say  that  there  are  no  such  arrears  due  this  Department  in  respect  of  the 
year  1911-12,  all  advances  made  prior  to  March  31,  1912,  having  been  ac- 
counted for. 

I  am,  sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

L.  K.  Jones, 
The  Auditor  General.  Asst.  Deputy  Minister  and  Secretary. 


3  GEORGE  V.  SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  1  A.   1913 

AUDITOR    GENERAL'S    REPORT 

1911-12 


PART  B 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


AND 


SUMMARIES   OF  EXPENDITURE  AND  REVENUE 


1— iB 


B— 2 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1011-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Summary  of  Expenditure,  1911-12. 


Service. 


Total 


Consolidated  Fund. 


i      cts. 


Adulteration  of  Food 

Arts,  Agriculture  and  Statistics. 

Charges  of  Management 

Civil  Government 

Culling  Timber 

Customs. 


Dominion  Land.s 

Dominion  Police 

Excise 

Fisheries 

Ciovernment  of  Northwest  Territories. 

Immigration ^ 

Indians. 


.(o) 


Inspection  of  Staples ' 

Interest  on  Public  Debt 

Justice,  Administration  of 

Labour 

Legislation 

Lighthouse  and  Coast  Service 

Marine  Hospitals 

Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamboat  Subventions. 

Militia 

Mines  and  Geoligical  Survey 

Miscellaneous 

Mounted  Police 

Naval  Service 

Ocean  and  River  Service 

Penitentiaries 

Pensions. 


Post  Office..., 

Premiums.  Discount  and  Exchange 

Public  Works,  Consolidated  Fund 

Public  Works,  Collection  of  Revenue 

Quarantine. 

Railways  and  Canals,  Consolidated  Fund 

Railways  and  Canals,  Collection  of  Revenue 

Scientific  Institutions 

Sinking  Funds 

Steamboat  Inspection 

Subsidies  to  Provinces 

Superannuation 

Trade  and  Commerce. .  

Weights  and  Measures,  Gas  and  Electric  Light. 
Yukon  Territory 


.(c) 


.(a) 


Capital 


Marine  and  Fisheries — 

River  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Channel 

Public  Works  (-?2, 048. 922  49)— 

Buildings  at  Ottawa 

Bare  Point  Breakwater 

Quebec  Harbour 

Red  River — St.  Andrew's  Rapids 

PortArthur  and  Fort  William 

St.  John  Harbour. . .  ,  >, 

Tiffin  Harbour 

Victoria  Harbour,  Ont 

Railways  and  Canals  (b)  ($26,823,521.90)— 

International  Railway 

Prince  Edward  Island  Railway 

National  Transcontinental 

Hudson  Bay  Railway 

Chambly  Canal 


Carried  forward 27,240, 659  86 


22 

2,771 

'      447 

4,774 

11 

2,443 

2,277 

82 

755 

843 

5 

1,372 

1,756 

226 

12,2.59 

1,300 

53 

2,439 

2,128 

57, 

1,904 

7,580, 

261, 

769, 

696, 

1,901, 

1,128, 

653, 

245, 

9,172, 

7, 

10,344, 

651 

182, 

•     763 

12,325 

417 

1,156. 

45 

10.281, 

417 

151 

205 

324 


786  19 

836  12 
,456  66 

678  00 
,969  70 

846  23 

099  87 
,445  35 

967  75 
,856  98 

597  93 

292  93 
,565  29 
,894  75 
, 396  56 
,513  79 
,399  31 
,807  42 
, 242  85 
,016  11 
.513  91 
,600  29 
,718  83 
,160  36 
,663  45 
,494  18 
,907  73 
,482  79 
044  66 
035  47 

553  69 
487  21 
553  81 
392  43 
006  72 

556  37 
350  30 
4.56  16 
353  11 

044  98 

045  16 
645  66 
224  52 
241  97 


97,618,003  55 


1.167.462  56 

537,140  21 
19.3.35  70 
510,818  45 
50  939  49 
996, 120  02 
579,059  21 
105,525  65 
149,983  76 

1,710,448  58 

128,041  91 

21,110,683  05 

159,032  00 

15,469  29 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 3 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


StnwMARY  Expenditure,  1911-12 — Concluded. 


Service. 


Total. 


Capital — Con. 

Brought  forward 

Railways  and  Canals — Concluded. 

Cornwall  Canal 

Lacliini'  Canal 

Queber  Canals 

Sault  ^te.  Marie  Canal 

Soulange.^  Canal 

St.  Ours  Lonk '. 

Trent  Canal 

Welland  Canal 

Williamsburg  Canal 

Quebec  Bridge 


$    cts. 
27.240.6.59  86 


8,037  07 

312.868  94 

5.999  20 

18.227  10 

286. 7S7  88 

4,306  28 

1,746,095  48 

159,946  87 

3.200  00 

1.153.778  27 


30.939.906  95 


Other  Expenditures.  ' 

Subsidies  to  Railways 859, 400  25 

Bounties  on  iron,  .steel,  petroleum,  &c 5-38,530  84 

Charges  of  Management,  Loan  Account 1,082.121  67 

Metapedia  Bridge:  Special  Account 1. 158  20 

Railway  Grade  Crossing  Fund 7,643  14 


EECAPITULATION. 


Consolidated  Fund . . 

Capital 

Ohter  Expenditures. 


2.488.854  10 


97,618.003  55 

•30.939.906  95 

2.488.8.54  10 


131.046.764  60 


(a)  The  difference  of  $7,293  with  Public  Accounts  is  caused  by  this  office  showing  all  the  espend 
iture  for  "Expenses  of  Administration  of  the  Chinese  Act"  under  Immigration  instead  of  part  under  Trade 
and  Commerce. 

(6)  Adjustment  with  Public  Accounts: — 

Railways  and  Canals  Capital  Expenditure,  as  above $26,823,521  90 

Less — Cheques  of  previous  years  refunded — 

National  Transcontinental  Railway 331  00 

Total,  as  per  Public  Accounts  (Page  iii— 34) 26.823. 190  90 

(c)  Railways  and  Canals.  Collection  of  Revenue,  as  above 12, 325, 556  37 

Add— Exchequer  Court  Award.  Intercolonial  Railway,  charged  in  1910-11.  now 
charged  again  by  Finance  Department  and  to  be  credited  in 
1912-13 4, 906  38 

Total,  as  per  Public  Accounts  (Page  iii— 35) 12. 330. 362  75 


1— Ub 


B— 4 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Summary  of  Expenditure,  1911-12,  by  Departments. 


Expenditure  by  Departments. 

Consolidated 
Fund. 

Capital. 

Other 
Expenditure. 

Total. 

S       cts. 
3,358,573  01 

$       cts. 

%      cts. 

%       cts. 

3,358,573  01 

117,554  99 

36,286  23 

67,941  98 

2,725,554  20 

26,342  08 

26,440,176  61 

111,461  39 

Auditor  General's  Office 

117,554  99 
36,286  23 



Civil  Service  ConTniission 

Conser\'ation  Commission 

67,941  98 

2,725,554  20 

26,342  OS 

25,358,054  94 

111,461  39 

1,880,513  58 

1,098,587  88 

5,200,453  88 

2,227,974  77 

156, 167  99 

2.440.1.58  90 

4,595,702  03 

7,794,671  65 

459,398  27 

1,987,604  93 

9,842,811  03 

66,672  94 

22,S,014  57 

11,388,285  46 

13,240,563  96 

744,926  14 

98,783  97 

2,364,942  78 

Finance 

1,082,121  67 

Governor  General's  Secretary's  OflSce 

Indian  Affairs 

1  880  Sl.^  .58 

1,098,587  88 

5,200,453  88 

2,227,974  77 

156  167  99 

Justice 

Legislation 

2,440,158  90 
5  763  164  .5') 

1,167,462  56 

Militia  and  Defence 

7,794,071  65 
459  398  27 

Naval  Service 

1  987  604  93 

Post  Offif-e 

9,842,811  03 

66,672  94 

228,014  57 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery 

Public  Works 

2,948,922  49 
26,823,521  90 

1,158  20 
867,043  39 

14,338,366  15 

40,931,129  25 

744,926  14 

98  783  97 

Royal  N.  W.  Mounted  Police 

Secretary  of  State 

538, 530  84 

2,903,473  62 

97,618,003  55 

30,939,906  95 

2,488,854  10 

131,046,764  60 

APPROPRIATION  ACCODNTS 


B— 5 


-SSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Summary  of  grant  and  Expenditure  under  Supply  Bill,  1911-12. 


Sen'ice. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Charges  of  Management 

Civil  Govemment^ — Salaries 

Civil  Government — Contingencies 

Administration  of  Justice 

Dominion  Police 

Pentitentiaries 

Legislation 

Arts,  Agriculture  and  Statistics 

Quarantine 

Immigration 

Pensions 

Militia — Consolidated  Fund 

Railways — Capital 

Canals — Capital 

Railways  and  Canals — Consolidated  Fund . . . 

Public  Works — Capital 

Public  Works — Marine  Department... 

— Consolidated  Fund 

Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Subventions.. 

Ocean  and  River  Service 

Lighthouse  and  Coast  Service 

Labour  Department 

Naval  Service 

Scientific     Institutions    and     Hydrographic 

Sur\'eys 

Marine  Hospitals 

Steamboat  Inspection .■ 

Fisheries -. 

Mines  and  Geological  Sur\-ey 

Indians 

Mounted  Police 

Government  of  the  Northwest  Territories 

Government  of  the  Yukon  Territcrj- 

Dominion  Lands — Consolidated  Fund 

Miscellaneous 

Collection  of  Revenue — . 

Customs 

Excise I 

Weights   and    Measures,    Gas   and   Electric! 

Light ! 

Adulteration  of  Food 

Minor  Revenues — 

Railways 

Canals 

Public  Works 

Post  Office 

Trade  and  Commerce 

Culling  Timber 

Inspection  of  Staples 


418 

,403 
562 
115 
89 
653 
£06 

,672 
209 

,443, 
23, 

,178, 
581, 
648, 
988, 
836, 
580, 
783, 
793, 
258, 
014, 
70, 

,976, 

417, 

73, 

54, 

915 

502 

,840, 

783, 

8, 

328, 

,409, 

650, 

,732, 
783, 

212, 
32, 

,088, 
,.302, 

682, 
,172, 

187, 
13, 

227 


;   ct 

600  00 

422  24 

937  24 

,.375  01 

000  00 

533  33 

493  22 

500  00 

000  00 

250  00 

498  89 

720  45 

453  00 

SOO  57 

82S  54 

000  00 

000  00 

075  14 

,267  33 

,600  00 

.000  00 

, 300  00 

, 500  00 

,900  00 
.000  00 
, 000  00 
, 500  00 
,.300  00 
,449  00 
,000  00 
,800  00 
,000  00 
,634  50 
,028  66 

,500  00 
.073  50 

016  00 
500  00 

9.50  00 
720  00 
400  00 
077  80 
981  88 
800  00 
000  00 


445 

3,981 

527 

78, 

82, 

653, 

867, 

2,771, 

182, 

1,372, 

22, 

7,558, 

24,178, 

2,532, 

707, 

2,948. 

1,167, 

10,290, 

1,6.57, 

1,128, 

2,128, 

53, 

1,901, 


'   cts. 

284  19 
,458  80 

381  80 
952  44 
445  35 
482  79 
793  12 
636  12 
392  43 
292  93 
423  74 

285  62 
340  26 
137  85 
544  43 
922  49 
462  56 
985  09 
836  55 
907  73 
242  85 
399  31 
494  18 


417,350  30 

57,016  11 

45,353  11 

683,857  28 

253,656  77 

1,756,565  29 

696,663  45 

5,597  93 

.324,241  97 

2,277,099  87 

534,272  92 

2,443,846  23 
755,967  75 

205.224  52 
22,786  19 


11,073,896  42 

1,251,659  95 

651,553  81 

9,172,035  47 

151,645  66 

11,969  70 

226,894  75 


421 

35 

36 

6 

39 

201 

26 

70, 

1. 

621, 

12,403, 

1,116, 

281, 

1,887, 

412, 

8,492, 

135, 

129, 

885, 

16, 

2,075, 


;  cts. 

956  39 
,963  44 

555  44 
450  42 
,554  65 
50  54 
310  63 
589  77 
607  57 

957  07 
075  15 
109  98 
112  74 
662  72 
284  78 
077  51 
.537  44 
638  56 
430  78 
692  27 
757  15 
900  69 
005  82 


2,626  22 

15,983  89 

8,646  89 

231,660  16 

248,643  23 

83,883  71 

86,336  55 

3,202  07 

3,758  03 

132,534  63 

115,755  74 

288,653  77 
27,105  75 

6,791  48 
9,713  81 

15,0.53  58 
51,060  05 
30,974  03 
56,881  12 
36,336  22 
1,830  .30 
105  25 


130,924,786  30  100,258,258  08  30,761,817  99 


$   cts. 
33,640  58 

27  85 


610  53 
725  89 


675  15 

67 

548  51 

2,076  52 
17  44 


127  84 
56,838  79 


95,289  77 


B— 6 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Summary  of  Grant  and  Expenditure  under  Special  Statutes. 


Service. 


Grant. 


Expenditure . 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
eiceedcH . 


i     cts. 


Interest  on  Public  Debt 

Premium  Discount  and  Exchange 

Charges  of  Management 

Charges  of  Management — Loan  .\cfount 

Sinking  Funds 

Civil  Government 

Administration  of  Justice 

Legislation 

Pensions 

Superannuation 

Militia  and  Defence 

Railways  and  Canals,  Capital,  Exchequer  Court 

Awards 

Railways  and  Canals, — Consolidated  Fund 

Railway  Subsidies 

Public  Works,  Capital,  Exchequer  Court  Awards 

Public  Works,  Consolidated  Fund 

Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Subventions 

Fisheries,  Fishing  Bounty I 

Subsidies  to  Provinces ] 

Mines  and  Geological  Survey 

Miscellaneous,  Consolidated  Fund 

Trade  and  Commerce,  Bounties 


Recapitulation 


Expenditure  under  Supply  Bills 

"  Special  Statutes. 


12, 


III. 


$       cts, 

259,396  56 

7,5.5.3  69 

2,172  47 

082,121  67 

1.56,450  16 

205,8.37  40 

221,561  35 

572,014  30 

222.620  92 

417,045  16 

22.314  67 

113.043  79 
63,105  43  '• 

859,400  25  ' 

23,319  32  ; 

31,341  00 

246,677  36 

159,999  70 

281.044  98 
8,062  06  ' 

234,887  44 
538,530  84 


30,788,506  52 


100.258,258  08 
30,788,506  52 


131,046,764  60 


APPROPRIXTIOy  ACCOUNTS 


B— 7 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


PubUc  Debt. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under  SlaluU. 


t     cts. 


Interfst  on  Public  Debt 


$      cU 

11,259,396  56 


rremlum.  Discount  and  Exchange 

Sinking  Funds 

Charges  of  Management. 

Cnder  Statute. 


7,553  69 


1,156.456  16 


Expenditure  under  Currency  Act 

Charges  of  Management ,  Loan  Account 

Under  Supply  Bill. 

Offices  of  Assistant  Receiver  General — 

Toronto 

Montreal 

HalUai 

St . John 

Winnipeg 

Victoria 

Charlottetown 

Countrj-  Savings  Banks,  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Printing  Dominion  Notes 

Printing,  advertising,  inspection,  express  charges. 
Commission  for  payment  of  interest  on  public 

debt,  purchase  cf  sinking  funds 

Brokerage  on  purchase  of  sinking  funds 

English  bill  stamps,  postage,  &c 

Removal    of    foreign    and    uncurrent   coin   from 

circulation 


2,172  47 


1,082,121  67 


7,950  00 
5.800  00 
8,350  00 
8,350  00 
8, 150  00 
6,700  00 
6,600  00 
4.400  00 
1,500  00 
2.50.000  00 
34.200  00 

47.000  00 

5,600  00 

12,000  00 

12.000  00 


8,133  15 
5.857  24 
8.086  73 
8,414  07 
8.375  42 
7,041  52 
6.727  59 
3,987  50 
1,992  86 
247.232  95 
32,934  48 

72.315  66 

3.351  95 

17,969  04 

12.861  03 


cts. 


cts. 


263  27 


412  50 


2,767  05 
1,265  52 


2.248  05 


418,600  00 


445,284  19 


6,956  39 


183  15 
57  24 

64  07 
225  42 
341  52 
127  59 

492  80 


(0)25,315  66 
(a)  5,969  04 
(a)   864  03 


33,640  58 


(a)  Underestimated. 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

E.  D,  Sutherland. 
J.  S.  Stevenson. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


Civil  Government. 

Grant 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Summary. 

Salaries  under  Supply  Bill 

Salaries  under  Special  Statutes  

t       eta. 
4,403,422  24 

S      cts. 

3.981,4.58  80 
265  837  40 

$      cts. 
4ei,963  44 

S       cts. 

4,403,422  24 
562,9.37  24 

4.247.296  20 
527,381  80 

421.963  44 
35. 555  44 

4.966,359  48 

4,774,678  00 

457.518  88 

B— 8 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Civil  Government. 


Grant. 


Eipenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under  Supply  BUL 


Agriculture  Department:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Auditor  General's  OiEce:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Civil  Service  Commission:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Conservation  Commission:  Salaries 

Customs  Department:  Salaries. 

"  "         Contingencies 

External  Affairs  Department:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Finance  Department:  Salaries. 

"  "         Contingencies 

General  Consulting  Engineer:  Salaries 

"  "  "         Contingencies 

Governor  General's  Secretary's  Office:  Salaries. . 

"  "  "  Contingencies 
High  Commissioner's  Office:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Indian  Affairs  Department:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Inland  Revenue  Department:  Salaries 

"  "  "         Contingencies 

Interior  Department:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Justice  Department:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Labour  Department:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Marine  and  Fisheries  Department:  Salaries 

"  "  "  Contingencies 
Militia  and  Defence  Department:  Salaries 

"  "  "         Contingencies . 

Mines  Department:  Salaries 

Naval  Service  Department :  Salaries 

"  "  "         Contingencies 

Post  Office  Department:  Salaries 

"  '*  "         Contingencies 

Printing  and  Stationery  Department:  Salaries 

"  "  "  Contingencies 
Privy  Council  office;  salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Public  Works  Department :  Salaries 

"  "  "         Contingencies 

Railway  and  Canals  Department :  Salaries 

"  "  "  Contingencies.. 
Royal  North  West  Mounted  Police:  Salaries 

**  "  *'  **         Contingencies 

Secretary    of    State    Department:  Salaries 

Contingencies 

Supt.  of  Insurance:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Trade  and  Commerce:  Salaries 

"  "         Contingencies 

Departments  Generally:  Contingencies 


$   cts. 

403,187  50 
24,500  00 

107,300  GO 

6,864  24 

22,625  00 

14,230  00 

20,762  50 

262,135  OS 

14,000  00 

16,875  00 

6,500  00 

113,542  62 
12,500  00 
7,300  00 
700  00 
22,645  00 
40,600  00 
14,800  00 
26,180  00 

119,025  00 
13,050  00 

106,937  50 
8,000  00 

939,734  25 
67,000  00 

111,955  87 
11,000  00 
39,450  00 
14,000  00 

208,844  50 
36,000  00 

140,831  85 
12,000  00 

224,189  00 
85,400  00 
20,000  00 

605,192  50 

70,000  00 

88,187  50 

7,300  00 

39,578  24 

7,613  00 

393,3,50  00 
20,500  00 

145,852  50 
17,000  00 
18,800  00 
900  00 
63,633  33 
10, 500  00 
21,975  00 
12,500  00 
59,312  50 
21,500  00 
68,000  00 


4,966,359  48 


359 

24 

104 

5 

22 

14 

17 

254 

12 

15 

5 

100 

12 

7 


36 
14 
21 

110 

12 

96 

7 

872 
66 

108 
10 
35 
13 

193 
35 

130 
11 

190 
66 
19 

518 

69 

64 

6 

38 

6 

361 
20 

129 
11 
18 


;   cts. 

350  54 
381  88 
337  84 

250  15 
062  78 
223  45 

946  64 
558  31 
161  61 
147  22 
671  87 
504  61 
211  82 
200  00 
146  10 
411  53 
983  20 
575  49 
230  34 
603  57 
878  06 
317  48 
982  81 
940  63 
.522  77 
073  31 
841  72 
919  73 
166  22 
139  36 
875  38 

251  38 

962  79 
362  80 
967  39 
143  36 

947  20 

963  47 
712  41 
648  57 
053  74 
773  10 
392  18 
421  36 
913  24 
726  13 
325  00 


132  16 

280  21 
520  SO 
210  65 
191  46 
727  30 
997  48 


4,508,840  60 


5   cts. 

43,836  96 

118  12 

2,962  16 

1,614  09 

562  22 

6  55 

2,815  86 

7,576  77 

1,838  39 

1,727  78 

828  13 

13,038  01 

288  18 

100  00 

553  90 

233  47 

3,616  80 

224  51 

4,949  66 

8,421  43 

171  94 

10,620  02 

17  19 

66,793  62 

477  23 

3,282  56 

158  28 

3,530  27 

833  78 

15,705  14 

124  62 

10,580  47 

37  21 

33,826  20 

18,432  61 

856  64 

86,245  30 

36  53 

23,475  09 

651  43 

1,524  50 

839  90 

31,957  82 

78  64 

15,939  26 

5,273  87 

475  00 

900  00 

7,501  17 

2,219  79 

4,54  20 

1,289  35 

10,121  04 

7,772  70 

2  52 


cts. 


457, 518  88 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

A.  H.  Brown  (Salaries). 

J.  S.  Stevenson  (Contingencies). 


J.  FKASER, 

Avditor  General. 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 9 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  1 


Chll  Government. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded . 

Salaries  under  Spwial  Statutes. 

t       cts. 

48, 666  66 
10,000  00 
10,000  00 
10,000  00 
9,000  00 
9,000  00 
9,000  00 
9,000  00 
9,000  00 
9,000  00 
7,000  00 
110,000  00 
5,000  CO 
2,400  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 

$       cts. 

48.666  c6 

10,000  00 

10,000  00 

9.8.37  77 

10,425  00 

■       9,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

7,000  00 

109,887  05 

2,620  92 

2,400  00 

5,000  00 

5,000  00 

t       cts. 
162  23 

{       cts. 

High  Commissioner  London  

*'                    Nova  Scotia 

1  425  00 

**                    New  Brunswick 

112  95 
2,379  08 

"                    Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

"                   Prince  Edward  Island 

Ministers,  1  at  $12,000,  14  at  $7,000 

Solicitor  General                                  

Auditor  General.     ...                

' 

267,066  66 

265,837  40 

2,654  26 

1,425  00 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

A.  H.  Brown. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


B— 10 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1011-1012 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Administration  of  Justice. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under  .Supply  Bill. 

Supreme  Court  of  Canada: — 

Contingencies  and  disbursements,  salaries  of 
officers  (sheriff,  registrar  as  editor  and  pub- 
lisher of  reports,  &c.)  books,  magazines,  &c 
for  judges,  not  exceeding  $300 

Law  books  and  books  of  reference  for  library 

and  binding  of  same 

Exchequer  Court  of  Canada: — 

Contingencies:  judges'  and  registrars'  travelling 
expenses,  remuneration  to  sheriffs,  &c.,  print- 
ing, stationery,  &c.,  and  $50  for  judges'  books 

Printing  , binding  and  distributing  Exchequer 
Court  Reports 

Additional  to  L.  A.  .\udette,  registrar  as  editor 
and  publisher  of  reports 

Charles  Morse,  for  furnishing  reports  of  Exche- 
quer Court  decisions  to  legal  periodicals... , 

Court  accommodation  and  travelling  expenses  of 
officers,  when  necessary  for  Exchequer  Court 
in  Admiralty,  and  $150  for  postage  and 
stationery  for  judges  and  registrar 

Salary  of  Marshal  in  .-Vdmiralty,  Quebec 

Yukon  Territory: — 

Travelling  allowances  of  judges 

Living  allowances  of  judges 

Salaries  of  sheriff  and  clerk  of  Territorial  Court, 
$4,000  each 

Salary  of  deputy  sheriff  and  assistant  clerk  of 
Territorial  Court 

Salaries  of  two  stenographers  of  Territorial 
Court,  $2,000  each 

Living  allowances  of  ofiBcers  of  Territorial  Court 
and  police  magistrates 

Fees,  and  expenses  of  witnesses,  jurors  and  inter- 
preters in  criminal  trials 

Maintenance  of  prisoners 

Transport  of  prisoners 

Miscellaneous  expenditures,  including  fees  and 
expenses  of  Crown  prosecutors,  salaries  and 
living  expenses  of  other  employees  connected 
with  the  administration  of  justice,    coroners' 

inquests,  stationery,  &c 

Northwest  Territories: — 

Salary  of  Stipendiary  Magistrates 

Miscelianeous: — 

Miscellaneous  expenditure 


Expenditure  under  R.  ,S.  C.  cap.  146 

Living  allowances  for  judges  of  Atlin  district, 
B.C 


5,500  00 
6,000  00 

6,000  00 

1,500  00 

300  00 

50  00 


500  00 
333  34 

1,500  00 
15,000  00 

8,000  00 

1,800  00 

4,000  00 

10.400  00 

8,000  00 

12,000  00 

5,000  00 


12,000  00 
6,000  00 

10,000  00 

291  67 

1,200  00 


115,375  01 


5, ISO  00 
6,027  85 

4,635  76 
1,305  26 


50  00 


333  34 


15,000  00 
8.000  00 
1,650  00 
4,000  00 

10,250  00 

1,760  50 

5,276  00 

906  85 


4,046  28 
3,000  00 
6,330  60 


1,200  00 


320  00 


1,364  24 
194  74 
300  00a 


500  00 
1,500  00 

150  00 

150  00 

6,239  50 
6,724  00 
4,093  15 

7,953  72 

3,000  00 

3,669  40 

291  67 


78,952  44 


36,4.50  42 


cts. 


27  85 


27  86 


(a)  This  amount  was  paid  to  Mr.  .4udette  and  charged  to  Civil  Government  Salaries. 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Kearns. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


A.PPROPRTATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 11 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Administration  of  Justice. 

Expenditure. 

1 

.Administration  of  Justice. 

Expenditure. 

Under  Special  Statutes. 

Supreme  Court  of  Canada — 
Salftrv  of  Chief  Justice 

$         Ct3. 

10,000  00 
41,758  06 

8,000  00 

600  00 
1.000  00 
1.000  00 
1.000  00 

800  00 
1,000  00 

8,000  00 
28,000  OO 

8,000  00 
14,000  00 

8,000  00 
9,683  32 

8.000  00 
14.000  00 

8.000  OO 
14,000  00 

212,787  94 
20,888  16 

8,000  00 
34,999  96 

8,000  00 

7.956  99 

238.532  72 

14.894  71 

7.000  00 

6.000  00 

29,965  52 

500  00 

21.500  00 
4.910  04 

Under  Special  Statutes. 

Brought  forward 

Province  of  New  Brunswick — 
Supreme  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

Salaries  of  7  Puisne  Judges 

Salary  of  Judge  of  Divorce  and 

$       cts. 
SOO, 777  42 

Exchequer  Court  of  Canada — 

7.000  00 
30,000  00 

Salaries  of  Local  Judges  in  Admir- 

500  00 

County  Courts- 

18.276  64 

Circuit  allowances 

6.880  96 

Nova  .Scotia  District 

New  Brunswick  District 

Prince  Edward  Island  District 
British  Columbia  District 

Province  of  Ontario — 
Court  of  Appeal — 
Salary  of  Chief  Justice  of  On- 

Pronnce  of  Prince  Edward  Island — 
Supreme  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

Salary  of  Master  of  Rolls 

Salary  of  Vice  Chancellor 

County  Courts — 

6.000  00 
5,200  00 
4,710  72 

9.500  00 

1,335  70 

Province  of  Manitoba — 
Court  of  Appeal — 

Salarj-  of  Chief  Justice 

Salaries  of  3  Puisne  Judges 

King's  Bench — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

Salary  of  4  Puisne  Judges 

County  Courts    — 

Court  of  King's  Bench — 
Salar\' of  Chief  Justice 

8,000  00 
21,000  00 

Court  of  Common  pleas — 

7,000  00 
24,000  00 

Court  of  Chanccrj- — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

SaJarip's  of  2  Judges 

23,000  00 

Circuit  allowances 

4,258  55 

Province  of  British  Columbia — 
Supreme  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

Salaries  of  4  Puisne  Judges 

Court  of  Appeal — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

Salaries  of  3  Puisne  Judges 

County  Court.'! — 

Salaries  of  13  Judges 

Court  of  Exchequer — 
Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

7,000  00 

County  Courts— 
Salsaies  of  Judges  and  Junior 
Judges  of  County  and  District 
Courts 

24,000  00 

8,666  66 
21,000  00 

34.200  00 

13,617  10 

Province  of  Quebec — 
Court  King's  Bench — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

Salaries  of  5  Puisne  Judges 

Superior  Court— 

Province  of  Saskatchewart— 
Supreme  Court — 
Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

7  000  00 

Salaries  of  4  Judges 

District  Courts- 

24,000  00 

Salary  of  Senior  Judge  of  Mont- 

22,500  00 

Travelling  allowances 

5,753  30 

Province  of  Alberta — 
Supreme  Court — 
Salary  of  Chief  Ju.stice 

Circuit  allowances 

Province  of  Nora  Scotia — 
Supreme  Court — 

Salar>-  of  Chief  Justice 

.Salary  of  Judge  in  Equity 

Salaries  of  5  Pubne  Judges 

7,000  00 
24,000  00 

District  Courts — 

17,000  00 

9,384  30 

Yukon  Territory — 
Territorial  Court — 
Salaries  of  3  Judges 

15  000  00 

County  Courta — 
Salaries  of  7  Judees.. 

Police  Court- 
Salary  of  Magistrate  at  White- 
1             horse 

1          4.000  00 

Carried  forward. 

800.777  42 

1  221  561  3S 

These  accounts  have  be 

Examined, 

A.  H.  Brown. 

en  examinet 

i  under  my  direction  and  are 

J.  FRA 

Aud 

correct. 

SER, 

tor  General. 

B— 12 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-191Z 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Dominion  f  olice. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

S       cts. 
89,000  00 

$       cts. 
82,445  35 

$       cts. 
6  554  65 

$       cts. 

This  account  has  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  is  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Kearns. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


Penitentaries. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

$       cts. 

5,200  00 
151,200  00 
140,500  00 
74,600  00 
62,300  00 
87,733  33 
69,500  00 
62,500  00 

$       cts. 

4,132  70 

154,133  09 
134,779  40 
71,239  18 
60,719  12 
100,606  01 
67,306  26 
60,567  03 

$       cts. 
50  54 

$       cts. 

St   Vincent  de  Paul 

Manitoba  .  .                          

Alberta     

653,533  33 

653,482  79 

50  54 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Keakns. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


APPROPRIATIoy  ACCOVXTS 


B— 13 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


LegUlatton. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under  Supply  Bill. 

S^natf: — 

Salaries  and  Contingencies 

Indemnity  voted 

House  of  Commons: — 

Indemnity  voted 

Deputy  Speaker's  salary 

Salaries 

Expenses  of  Committees,  4c 

Publishing  Debates 

Contingencies 

Estimate  of  Sergeant-at-Arms 

Library  of  Parliament: — 

Salaries 

Coniingencies 

General  Library 

Library  of  .American  Historj' 

General' — 

Printing,  printing  paper  and  binding 

t  Printing,  binding  and  distributing  the  laws. 

•  Contingencies  of  the  Clerk  of  the  Crown  in 
Chancery 

•Provincial  voters'  lists 

t  Contingent  expenses  in  connection  with 

voters'  lists 


Under  Special  Statutes. 

Senate: — 

Salary  of  Speaker 

Indemnity  and  travelling  allowances  to  mem- 
bers     

House  of  Commons: — 

Salary  of  Speaker 

Indemnity  and  travelling  allowances  to  mem- 
bers  

Additional  sessional  allowance,  leader  of  the 

opposition 

General: — 

*  Elections - 

•  Controverted  elections 


Summary. 


Under  Supply  Bill 

Under  Special  Statutes. 


cts. 


113,360  72 
11,050  00 

2.475  00 
2,000  00 
174,783  34 
59,  we  66 
60,000  00 
39,535  00 
84,667  50 

32,275  00 
5,200  00 

14,000  00 
1,000  00 

200,000  00 
10,000  00 

3,500  00 
11,000  00 

82,000  00 


110,986  97 
11,050  00 

2,475  00 
2,000  00 
163,251  84 
58,955  13 
59,088  25 
27,394  92 
83,793  43 

31,761  46 

4,807  94 

14,000  00 

950  24 

198,477  85 
8,929  26 

3,409  02 
11,610  53 

74,851  28 


906,493  22 


867,793  12 


3,666  67 
319,243  81 

4,000  00 
809,401  45 

7,000  00 

428,392  17 
310  20 


2,373  75 


11,531  50 
691  53 
911  75 

12, 140  08 
874  07 

513  54 
392  06 

49  76 

1,522  15 
1,070  74 

90  98 


7,148  72 


39,310  63 


1,572,014  30 


1 


906,493  22 


867,793  12 
1.572,014  30 


906,493  22  2,439  807  42 


39,310  63 


39,310  63 


CtB. 


610  53 


610  53 


610  53 


610  53 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 
H.  Gross. 

*H.    A.    FOLKINS. 

tJ.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


B— 14 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Arts,  Agriculture  and  Statistics. 


Archives , 

Patent  Rerord 

Census  and  Statistics 

Statistical  Year  Boole '. 

Experimental  Farms 

Additional  Branch  .Stations 

Printing  and  distributing  reports  and  bulletins 
of  farms 

Exhibitions 

Grant  to  Dominion  Exhibition 

For  renewing  and  improving  Canadian  exhibit  at 
Imperial  Institute.  London,  and  assisting  in 
the  maintenance  thereof 

For  the  development  of  the  dairying  and  fruit 
industries,  and  the  improvement  and  trans- 
portation of  the  sale  and  trade  in  food  and 
other  agricultural  products 

To  encourage  the  production  and  use  of  superior 
seeds,  of  farm  crops,  and  for  the  enforcement 
of  the  Seed  Control  .\ct 

Towards  the  encouragement  of  the  establishment 
of  cold  storage  warehouses  for  the  better  pre- 
servation and  handling  of  perishable  food 
prod,apts 

For  the  development  of  the  live  stock  industry. . 

Health  of  animals 

For  the  administration  and  enforcement  of  the 
Meat  and  Canned  Food  Act 

To  encourage  the  production  and  sale  of  Canadian 
tobacco 

Contribution  towards  maintenance  of  and  expenses 
of  representation  at  International  Institute  of 
Agriculture 

For  the  enforcement  of  the  Gold  and  Silver 
Marking  Act 

For  experiments  in  cold  storage  for  fruit 

For  the  administration  and  enforcement  of  the 
Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act 


35,000  00 

17.000  00 

1,212,000  00 

6.000  00 

150.000  00 

125.000  00 

10,000  00 

300,000  00 

50,000  00 


8,000  00 

140,000  00 
60.000  00 


200,000  00 
102,000  00 
325,000  00 

150,000  00 

20,000  00 

15,000  00 

4,000  00 
28,500  00 

15,000  00 


2,872,500  00 


Expenditure . 


35. 135  78 

17,000  00 

1,204  614  29 

5,811  77 

156,421  46 

118,571  19 

10,000  00 

279,873  ,55 

50,000  00 


6,216  38 

130, 656  02 
54,651  26 


88,422  26 

94,011  14 

324,952  23 

145,182  42 

16,633  42 

15,579  69 

2,884  44 
8  40 

15,010  42 


2,771,636  12 


7,385  71 
188  23 

7  35 


20, 126  45 

1,783  62 

9,343  98 
5,348  74 


111,. 577  74 

7,988  86 

47  77 

4,817  58 

3,366  58 


1,115  56 
28,491  60 


201,589  77 


Grant 
exceeded. 


$   ots. 
135  78 


679  69 


10  42 


725  89 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

H.  Gross. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


APPROPRJA.TION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 15 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Quarantine. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Salaries  and  contingencies  in  organized  districts^ 

and  public  health  in  other  districts 

Tracadic  and  D'Arcy  Island  lazaretti  and  leprosy 

Kenerally 

Public  Works  Health  Act 

Steamers  to  replace  Argus  and  Challenger 


180,000  00 

11,000  00 

8,000  00 

10,000  00 


158,898  02 

9,063  21 
5,629  03 
8,802  17 


21,101  98 

1.936  79 
2,. 370  97 

1,197  83 


209,000  00 


182,392  43 


26,607  .57 


Ct3. 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 

J.  FRASER, 
Fxamined,  Auditor  General. 

H.  Gross 


Immi^ation. 

Grant          Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Salaries  of  agents  and  employees  in  Canada,  Great 

$       cts.             $       cts. 

350,000  00  .      349,904  62 

1,000,000  00  '      998,769  56 
15,000  00            •■>  fi<12  m 

S       cts. 

95  38 

1,230  44 

9,398  00 

60,000  00 

IRS  71 

$       cts. 

Contingencies    in   Canada,    British    and    foreign 

agencies  and  general  immigration  expenses.... 

Winnipeg  and  St.  Boniface  Hospitals 

60,000  00 
1,250  00 

(a) 

Relief  to  distressed  Canadians  in  countries  other 
than  the  United  States 

1,086  26 

Administration  of  the  Chinese  Immigration  Act. 

Administration  of  the  Chinese  Immigration  Act 

(transferred  from  Trade  and  Commerce) 

5,000  00 
12,000  00 

)                                    69  51 
1       16,930  49 

1,443,250  00 

1,372,292  93 

70,957  07 

(a)    Treated  as  an  open  account. 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

J.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


B— 16 


AUDITOR  OENEBAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Pensions. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Under  Supply  Bill. 

$       cts. 

1,200  00 

400  00 

2,000  00 

19  46 

18,000  00 

1,385  32 

54  91 

274  50 

54  90 

109  80 

$       cts. 

1 , 200  00 

400  00 

1,827  85 

19  46 

17,118  21 

1,364  12 

54  80 

274  50 

54  90 

109  SO 

$       cts. 

172  15 

881  79 

21  20 

0  01 

t       cts. 

Frnian  Raid    1866                                        .    .  - 

Rebellion,  N.W.T.,  1885— 

Mrs   Elizabeth  E.  Willmett 

Annie  Eva  Emily  and  Arthur  Stewart  Mountford 

23,498  89 

22,423  74 

1,075  15 

Under  Slalute. 

148,643  65 

SO  00 

120  00 

28,079  47 

45.697  80 

Milifiji  Pptminns    Ilnnor  Canada    1837-38 

222,620  92 

Superannuation. 

417,045  16 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

A.  H.  Brown. 

H.  Gross  (Militia  Pen.sions). 

J.  W.  Reid  (Mounted  Police  Pensions). 


J.  ERASER, 

Auditor  General. 


Militia  and  Defence. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Under  Statute. 

Pay  of  inspector  general,  chief  of  general  staff, 
adjutant  general,  and  master  general  of  ordi- 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

21,600  00 

491  15 

12  00 

183  27 

28  25 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

"                  "         Inverness 

"                  "         Sydney,  C.B 

"                 "        GlaceBay 

22,314  67 

APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 17 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Militia  &  Defence:  t'nder  Supply  Bill. 


Grant 


E^enditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Consolidated  Fund. 

Purchase  of  ordnance,  arms,  lands,  rifle  ranges, 
reserve  stores  and  equipment 

Allowance  to  officers  of  the  active  militia  and 
cadet  instructors 

Annual  Drill 

t'adet  Corps 

Civil  Service  Examiners 

Clothing  and  necessaries '. 

Contingencies 

<  "ustom  dues 

Coronation  Contingent 

Departmental  librarj' 

Dominion  arsenal 

Engineers'  services 

Expenses  of  Cadet  Team  proceeding  to  England 
for  Empire  Day  Rifle  Matches 

Expenses  Canadian  Artillery  Team  to  England.. . 

Fence  around  Old  Military-  Cemetery,  Montreal.. 

Grants  to  .Associations  and  Bands 

Gratuities 

Maintenance  of  Military  Properties 

Pay  and  allowances  of  headquarters  and  district 
stafTs 

Pay,  allowances,  provisions  and  supplies  of  the 
permanent  force 

Pay  and  allowances  of  officers,  N.  C.  O's.  and  men 
of  active  militia. and  of  school  teachers  attend- 
ing courses  of  instruction 

Printing  and  stationery 

Roval  Military  College 

Rockliffe  Kifle  Range 

Salaries  and  wages  of  civil  employees 

Special  Examiners 

Topographical  Survey 

Transport  and  freight 

Warlike  stores 

Armouries  generally 

Kenora — .\rmoury 

Kingston,  R.M.C. — Lodgekeeper's  house 

Kingston,  R.M.C. — Model  and  gun  shed 

London — Magazine 

Kingston — New  stables  for  "B'  Battery 

Orillia — Armourj" 

Ottawa  magazine — To  complete 

Ottawa — Accommodation  for  officers,  N.  C.  O's. 
and  men,  school  of  musketry,  Rockliffe 

Parry  Sound — Armoury 

Prince  Albert — Armoury 

Quebec — Additional  storey,  Ordnance  Stores — To 
complete 

Quebec — Alterations  to  Lower  Park  stores 

Quebec — Construction  of  promenade  around  the 
fortifications 

Quebec — Cove  Field  danger  buildings — Rebuild- 
ing  

Winnipeg — Artificers  and  armourer's  shop — 
Revote  S8.50O 

Winnipeg — Magazine  for  explosives  outside  city 
limits— Revote  $5.000 


Cffi, 


1,300,000  00 

110.000  00 

1.325,000  00 

50,000  00 

204  17 

475,000  00 

40,000  00 

200,000  00 

155,000  00 

1,000  00 

300,000  00 

380,000  00 

3,500  00 
15,000  00 

5,000  00 
56,000  CO 

2,551  32 
87,000  00 

171,500  00 

1,950,000  00 


80,000  CO 

60,000  00 

135,000  00 

75,000  00 

167,000  00 

145  83 

35,000  00 

138,000  00 

531.319  13 

100.000  00 

15.000  00 

4,000  00 

11,000  00 

8,000  00 

10,000  00 

15,000  00 

6,000  00 

15,000  00 
10.000  00 
10,000  00 

12,000  00 
15,000  00 

20,000  00 

63,000  00 

8,500  00 

8,000  00 


cts 


1,298,266  11 

83,857  40 

1,169.107  07 

35,946  68 


8,178,720  45 


475, 175  09 
39,919  87 
143,068  63 
134,835  48 
975  31 
236.790  03 
379,398  SO 

3,167  46 
14,994  58 

2.885  37 
56,270  44 

2,551  32 
80,917  90  i 

165,594  84 

1,946,548  22 


70,012  91 
53,488  93 

134,948  68 
71,835  25 

155,644  83 


24,714  04 
138,216  18 
531.332  57 

78,947  56 

17  50 

5,341  45 

4,518  62 

15,000  00 
32  50 

2.088  82 

1,831  10 

44  08 


7,558,285  62 


Cts 


1,7.S3  89 

26.142  60 

155.892  93 

14,053  32 

204  17 


SO  13 
56,931  37 
20, 164  52 

24  69 

63,209  97 

601  20 

332  54 

5  42 

2,114  63 


6,082  10 
5,905  16 
3,451  78 


9,987  09 

6,511  07 

51  32 

3,164  75 

11,355  17 

145  83 

i0,285  96 


21,052  44 
15,000  00 

3,982  50 
11.000  00 

2.65S  55 
10.000  00 
15,000  00 

1,481  38 


9,967  50 
10,000  00 

9,911  IS 
15,000  00 

18,108  90 

63,000  00 

8,500  00 

7,955  92 


175  09 


270  44 


216  18 
13  44 


621,109  98 


675  15 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 
H.  Gross. 
1— 2b 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


B— 18 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Railways:  Capital. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Summary:  lender  Supply  Bill, 

Intercolonial  Railway 

Prince  Edward  Island  Railway 

National  Transcontinental  Railway 

Hudson  Bay  Railway 

Quebec  Bridge — Construction 


Intercolonial  Railway:  Capital. 

Alba-Baddeck :  construction  of  line  of  railway. 

Campbellton;  Increased  accommodation 

Chatham :  Diversion  of  line  and  branch  to  wharf 

Dartmouth-Deans;  Construction  of  line  of  railway 

Frederi'^on:  Increased  accommodation 

Halifax:  Increased  accommodation 

Halifax:  Docks  and  wharfs  at 

Hampton  station  to  Hampton  village:  spur  line. . 

Moncton:  Additicm  to  general  office  building 

Moncton;  Locomotive  and  car. shops  with  equip- 
ment and  new  freight  yard  and  cut-off  line 

Mulgrave:  Improvements 

New  Glasgow:  Double  tracking  at 

New  Glasgow-Guysboro:  Construction  of  line  of 
railw-ay i 

Princess  Pier:  Additional  facilities  at 

Riviere-du-Loup:  Engine-house,  &c 

Stellarton:  Increased  accommodation 

St.  John:  Increased  accommodation 

Sydney  Mines:  Diversion  of  line 

Truro:  Increased  accommodation 

Airbrake:  To  improve  triple  values  of 

Bridges:  To  strengthen 

Freight  cars:  Air  brakes  to 

Freight  cars:  To  exchange  drawbars  of 

General  protection  of  highways 

Increased  accomodation  and  facilities  along  line 

Original  construction 

Passenger  cars:  To  equip  with  fire  extinguishers 
and  tool-boxes 

Rolling  stock 

Steamer  Scotia:  New  machinery  for 

Surveys  and  inspections 


Prince  Edward  Island  Railway:  Capital. 

Harmony  to  Elmira:  Branch  line 

Kensington  to  Stanley  Bridge:  Branch  line 

O'Leary  to  West  Point:  Branch  line 

Souris  :  Extension  to  freight  shed  on  wharf 

Summerside:  Increased  accommodation 

TignLsh:  Addition  to  station,  &c 

Rolling  stock 

Original  Construction 


National  Transcontinental  Railway:  Capital. 

Survey.^  and  construction 


$       cts. 

4,696,590  00 

334,863  00 

27,000,000  00 

2,000,000  00 

2,550,000  00 


I       eta. 

1,626,690  23 
128,041  91 

!1, 110,3.52  05 
159,632  00 

1,153,293  07 


36,581,453  GO   24,178,009  26 


200,000  00 

177,000  00 

.300,000  00 

1,000,000  00 

-13,000  00 

82,500  00 

000,000  00 

15,000  00 

111,000  00 

200,000  00 
30,000  00 
35,500  00 

1,000,000  00 

4.000  00 

15,650  00 

30,000  00 

25,600  00 

250,000  00 

100,000  00 

7,150  00 

'    74,000  00 

12, 160  00 

2,000  00 

155,000  00 

70,830  00 

500  00 

6,400  00 

133,200  00 

1,100  00 

15,000  00 


4,696  590  00 


1,50,000  00 

100,000  00 

50,000  00 

1,813  00 

9,300  00 

1,000  00 

21,750  00 

1,000  00 


334,863  00 


27,000,000  00 


Hudson  Bay  Railway:  Capital. 

Construction 


2,000,000  00 


11,121  01 

176.810  41 

210,563  93 

24,696  31 

42,978  63 

73.989  59 

98,898  72 

1,711  08 

80,626  67 

23,177  98 
28,961  12 
26,069  15 

113,406  49 

15  05 

6,645  41 

30,000  00 

25,600  00 

249,929  45 

24.951  14 
7,150  00 

53,551  40 

12,160  00 

1,999  72 

114,266  28 

50.952  23 
175  96 

6,400  00 

128,485  13 

832  68 

561  69 


1.626,690  23 


89,413  36 
3,508  53 

2,676  74 
1,812  93 
9,217  00 

990  24 
19,823  11 

600  00 


128,041  91 


21,110,683  05 


159  632  00 


I       cts. 

3.069,899  77 
206,821  09 
5,889,647  95 
1,840.368  00 
1.396.706  93 


12,403,443  74 


188,878  99 

189  59 

89.436  07 

975,303  69 

21  37 

8,510  41 

501,101  28 

13,288  92 

30,373  33 

176,822  02 
1,038  88 
9,430  85 

886,593  51 
3,984  95 
9,004  59 


70  55 
75,048  86 

20,448  60 

28 

40,733  72 

19,877  77 

324  04 


4,714  87 

267  32 

14,435  31 


3,069,899  77 


60,586  64 

96,491  47 

47,323  26 

07 

83  00 

.      9  76 

1,920  89 

400  00 


206,821  09 


5,889,316  95 


1,840  368  00 


APPROPRIATIOX  ACCOUNTS 


B— 19 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


RsUn-ays:  Capital— Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Quebec  Bridge:  Capital. 


$         Ct9. 

2.000,000  00 


Construction 

Refund  of  subsidy  paid  by  the  province  of  Quebec, 
$250,000.  and  city  of  Quebec,  $300,000  to  the 
Quebec  Bridge  and  Railway  Co.  for  a  high-l 
way  and  railway  bridge 550, 000  00 


$       cts, 
603,293  07 

550,000  00 


t       cts. 
1,396,706  93 


t         Ct4. 


2,550,000  00  !  1,153,293  07 


1,396,706  93 


Paid  Under  Statute. 


Exchequer  Court  Award:  Moncton,  Locomotive 


and  car  shops,  &e. 


Award  of  the  Superior  Court  of  Quebec:  Quebec 
Bridge,  construction 


83,758  33 
485  20 


84,243  53 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  nuder  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

R.  S.  Glass. 

Walter  C.  Kikg  (Transcontinental  Ry.). 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


1— 2^B 


B— 20 


AUDITOR  OENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Canals:  CapltaL 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Chambly  Canal — 

St.  Johns  Harbour  improvements 

New  machinery 

To  pay  claim  of  Gervais  estate  for  land  used,  &c. 

Bridge  between  Iberville  and  St.  Johns 

Cornwall  Canal — New  Buildings 

Lachine  Canal — 

Bridge  at  Rockfield 

Concrete  vertical  walls 

New  tug 

Completion  of  wharf  and  basins 

Murray  Canal — Electrical  equipment 

Quebec  Canals — New  tug 

Rideau   Canal — Construction  of  Bank  St.  Bridge 
Soulanges  Canal — 

Mooring  posts 

New  machinery 

Protection  works:  Upper  entrance 

Shelter  for  linemen 

Stopping  leaks  and  trimming  slopes 

Wharf  at  Cascades  Point 

To  pay  interest  on  final  estimates,  $14,271  of 
Manning  &  Macdonald  at  5  p.c.  from  Jan.  11, 

1904  to  May  15,  1908 

Sault  Ste.  Marie  Canal — Extending  north  moor- 
ing pier  at  upper  entrance 

St.  Ours  Lock- 
Electrical  equipment 

Movable  dam 

Trent  Canal — 

Construction 

Damages  to  property  by  flooding 

Welland  Canal- 
Port  Colborne:  Improvements 

To  widen  canal  near  Welland . 

Turning  basin  at  Thorold 

To  complete  survey 

Williamsburg  Canals — 

Residence  for  lockmaster  at  Morrisburg 

Lighting  equipment,  &c 


$   cts. 

900  00 

31,000  00 

.52  00 

52,000  00 

8,500  00 

80,000  00 

298,000  00 

6,000  00 

35,000  00 
9,500  00 
6,000  00 

80,000  00 

3,400  00 

1,1.50  00 
100, 000  00 

1,000  00 
280,000  00 

4,500  00 


3,098  57 

32,000  00 

2,500  00 
13,000  00 

2,250,000  00 
30, 000  00 

189,000  00 

9,000  00 

15,000  00 

50,000  00 

3,200  00 
55,000  00 


s 


cts. 


847  02 

14,. 570  27 

52  00 


8,037  07 

11,633  17 

260,235  77 

6,000  00 

35,000  00 


5,999  20 


646  61 

556  97 

11,620  02 

997  07 

269,867  74 


3,098  57 

18,227  10 

2,389  27 

1,917  01 

1,698,989  83 

18,305  39 

114,401  79 

7,495  15 

14,911  33 

23,138  60 

3,200  00 


3,648,800  57 


2,532,137  85 


52  98 
16,429  73 

52,000  00 
462  93 

68,366  83 
37,764  23 


9,500  00 

SO 

80,000  00 

2,753  39 

593  03 

88,379  08 

2  'j3 

10,132  26 

4,500  00 


13,772  90 

110  73 
11,082  99 

551,010  17 
11,694  61 

74,  .598  21 

1,504  85 

88  67 

26,861  40 


55,000  00 


cts. 


1,116,662  72 


Under  Statute:  Exchequer  Court 
Award. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 
28,800  26 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  corret  t. 


Examined, 

R.  S.  Glass. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


APPROPRIATIOy  ACCOCNTH 


B— 21 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Canals:  Income. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Chambly  Canal — 

Addition  to  bridgeman's  house 

Deepening  and  straightening  ditch,  lock  No.  6 

Engine  for  derrick  scow 

Macadamizing  road 

Renew  approaches  to  bridges  2  and  5 

Renew  wharf  at  St.  Johns 

Cornwall  Canal — 

Enlarging  canal  office 

Heating  system,  statistical  officer's  house 

Improving  upper  entrance,  lock  17 

Improving  upper  entrance,  lock  19 

Reinforcing  bank  at  Robertson's  culvert 

Removing  high  spots  from  prism  of  canal 

Renewing  culverts  in  concrete 

Values  for  guard  weir,  lock  20 

To  pay  G.  C.  Smith  for  land  taken  and  interest 

from  June  2,  190S 

Farran's  Point — Improving  lower  entrance 

Galops  Canal — 

Iniprining  upper  entrance,  lock  28 

Rebuilding  dock  at  Cardinal 

Lachine  C;'.nal — 

Concrete  wall,  &c 

Pa\Tng  Oak  Street,  Montreal 

Murray  Canal — 

Dredging 

Building  scow 

Quebec  Canals — 

Dredging 

.Macadamizing  2  miles  public  road,  Hungry  Bay 
Dyke 

I'rotection  walls,  north  and  south  side.  Lake  St. 
Francis 

Removing  old  stone  piers  of  bridge  over  lost 

channel,  St.  Timothy 

Rapidc  Plat- 
Dredging 

Improving  lower  entrance 

Rideau  Canal — 

Rebuilding  bridges  at  Old  Slys  and  Oliver's 
Ferr>' -. 

Compcnsaiion  to  township  of  Bedford  for  dam- 
ages to  roads  and  bridges 

Sault  Ste.  Marie  Canal- 
Rebuilding  north  entrance  pier,  upper  entrance. 

Improvements 

Tug 

Soulangcs  Canal — 

Altering  and  renewing  buildings 

Lin^ig  slopes  of  ditches  with  stone 

Mfxjring  posts 

Wharf  at  power  house 

St.  Ours  Lock — Renewing  boom  piers 

St.  Peters'  Canal — Improvements 

Trent  Canal — Improvements 

Welland  Canal- 
Heavy  repairs 

Highway  bridge  at  Jane  Street,  Welland 

Stone  protection  to  banks 

W  illiamsburg  Canals — 

Iron  mooring  posts 

New  nia<'hinery 

Building  entrance  pier,  old  lock  23 

Surveys  and  Inspection — Canals 


$   cts. 

1,500  00 
2,000  00 
1,200  00 
16,000  00 
2,000  00 
5,000  00 

5,000  00 

550  00 

27,900  00 

16,000  00 

3,500  00 

3,000  00 

3,000  OO 

4,500  00 

850  00 
65,000  00 

52,000  00 
2,100  00 

42,000  00 
15,500  00 

15,000  00 
1,800  00 

22,500  00 

17,900  00 

8,000  OO 

500  00 

14,531  21 
45,000  00 


3,500  00 

1,000  00 

28,000  00 

15,000  00 

9,000  00 

2,100  00 

10,000  00 

1,800  00 

500  00 

4,000  00 

150  000  00 

74,500  00 

20,000  00 

2,500  00 

10,000  00 

2,500  00 

1,000  00 

1,500  00 

25,000  00 


755,731  21 


$   cts. 

1.499  89 
2,000  00 
1,112  50 

15,965  43 
1,928  53 
4,332  05 

4,980  00 

542  86 

26,933  37 

15,689  88 

3.500  00 
2, 787  82 
2,646  15 
2,438  63 

8.34  19 
63,432  10 

29.291  10 
1,399  36 

42,000  00 
14,174  60 

13,440  S8 
949  57 

17,374  16 

17,888  41 

7,993  71 


14,519  97 
27,414  73 


3,358  40 

1,000  00 

20. 673  87 
9,032  34 


2,095  91 
9,985  14 
1,798  67 
495  75 
3,998  58 
5,208  18 
74,494  84 

20,000  67 
2,494  06 
5,743  40 

1,084  29 
946  22 


11,688  60 


511,168  81 


$   cts. 
0  11 


87  50 

34  57 

71  47 

667  95 

20  00 

7  14 

966  63 

310  12 


212  18 

353  85 

2,061  37 

15  81 
1,567  90 

22,708  90 
700  64 


1,325  40 

1,559  12 
850  43 

5,125  84 

11  59 

6  29 

500  00 

11  24 
17,585  27 

141  60 


7,326  13 
5,907  66 
9,000  00 

4  09 

14  86 

1  33 

4  25 

1  42 

144.791  82 

.-5  16 


5  94 
4,256  60 

1,415  71 

.53  78 

1,500  00 

13,311  40 


244,563  07 


B— 22 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1913 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Railnays:  Inromp. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Surveys  and  Inspection — Including  inspection  of 
Grand  Trunk  Pacific     

S      cts. 

50,000  00 
13,000  00 

97  33 

2,000  00 

2,500  00 

2,500  00 

X          $       cts. 

40,470  52 
13,000  00 

97  33 

2,000  00 

2,500  00 

2,500  00 

$       cts. 
9,529  48 

$       cts. 

Subscription  to  International  Railway  Congress, 
Brussels 

Remuneration  to  Government  Director  of  Grand 
Trunk  Pacific 

Contribution  of   Government   Railways    to  the 

Contribution    of    Government  Railways  to  the 
Faculty  of  the  Polytechnic  school,  Montreal.... 

70,097  33 

60, 567  85 

9, 529  48 

Railways  and  Canals:  Income. 

4,000  00 
6,000  00 
5,000  00 

4,000  00 

]    4,189  40 
5,000  00 

Cost  of  litijjation,  railways \ 

/         1,234  52 
1            576  OS 

Cost  of  litigation,  canals / 

Miscellaneous  works  not  otherwise  provided  for 

15,000  00 

1,810  60 

13,189  40 

Railway  Commission:  Income. 

Maintenance  and  operation  of  Board 

138,000  00 
10. 000  00 

123,997  23 
9,999  94 

14,002  77 
06 

Expenses  in  connection  with  cases  before  Board... 

148,000  00 

133,997  17 

14,002  83 

Railway  Commission:  Statutory. 

47,000  00 

Railways:  Statutory. 

7,643  14 

Railways  Generally:  Income. 

Exchequer  Court  Awards  re  Quebec  Southern 

8,462  29 

Consolidated  Revenue  Fund. 

Under  Statute. 

859,400  25 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

R.  S.  Glass. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


APPROPRlATlOy  ACCVUXTS 


B— 23 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  CapitoL 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Public  Buildings,  Ottawa — 

Astronomical  Observatory — Additional  build- 
ings  

Eastern  Block — Addition 

In.strumental  testing  and  Standardizing  building, 
Cliff  St 

New  Departmental  Buildings 

New  Printing  Bureau 

Victoria  Memorial  Museum 

Harbours  and  Rivers — 

Bare  Point  Breakwater 

Port  Arthur  and  Fort  William:  Harbour  and 
river  improvements 

Quebec  Harbour — Deep  water  wharf  at  Le^ns. . 

Quebec  Harbour — Improvements  at  mouth  of 
River  St.  Charles  estuary 

Quebec  Harbour,  River  St.  Charles — Improve- 
ments to  na\'igation 

Red  River — Improvements  at  St.  Andrew's 
Rapids 

St.  John  Harbour — Impro%'ements 

Tiffin  Harbour,  Ont. — Improvements 

Victoria  Harbour.  Ont. — Improvements 

Survey  to  ascertain  practicability  and     cost     of 

tunnel  between  Prince  Edward  Island  and  Main- 
land  


cts. 


13,000  00 
150.000  00 

4,000  00 
SOO  000  00 
100,000  00 
210,000  00 

150,000  00 

1.150.000  00 
230,000  00 

91,000  00 

625,000  00. 

53,000  00 
950,000  00 
125,000  00 
150,000  00 


35,000  00 


cts. 


6.297  02 
126  514  06 

2,765  00 
262,941  78 


138,622  35 

19,335  70 

996  120  02 
212, 1.50  02 

298,663  43 


50,939  49 
579,059  21 
105.525  65 
149,983  76 


$   cts. 


6, 702  98 
23,485  94 

1,235  00 

537,058  22 

100.000  00 

71,377  65 

130,664  30 

153,879  98 
17,849  98 

417,331  57 


2,060  51 

370,940  79 

19,474  35 

16  24 


35,000  00 


cts. 


4,836  000  00     2,948,922  49  11,887.077  51 

1 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  mj^  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

C.  H.  Douglas. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


B— 24 


AUDITOR  GEyEliAL-S  REPORT,  Wli-IOTZ 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  19U 


Public  Works:  Charegeable  to  Inrome. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used . 


Grant 
exceeded. 


and 


Public  BiiiJditigs,  Xova  Scolia — 

.\nihor?t  Public  Building.  .Improvements, 
Badtlcck    Public    Building — Tower   clock 

sidewalk 

Halifax  Citadel — New  tiuartcrs  for  single  men.' 
Halifax  Detention  Hospital — Improvements,  &c 
Halifax     Dominion     Building,    Post     office — 

Improvement  repairs,  &c 

Halifax  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements  &c 
Halifax  Quarantine  Station,  Lawlor's  Island — 

Repairs  and  renewals 

Halifax  Quarantine  Station,  Lawlor's  Island — 

Bacteriological  Laboratory 

Kentville  Public  Building-— Improvements 

Lunenburg  Public  Building — Improvements  and 

fittings 

Middleton  Public  Building 

North  Sidney  Immigration  shed 

North  Sidney  Public  Building — Tower  clock. . 

Parrsboro  Public  Building 

Port  Hawkesbury  Public  Building 

Shelburne  Public  Building 

Stellarton  Public  Building 

Sydney  Mines  Public  Building — Tower  clock 

and  repairs 

Windsor  Public  Building — Tower  clock 

Wolfville  Public  Building 

Yarmouth  Public  Building — Increased  accom 

modation 


Public  Buildinos,  Prince  Edirard  Island — 
Charlottetown — Additional  Dominion  Building 

Charlottetown  Drill  Hall — Extension 

Summerside  Armoury 

Summerside   Public   Building — New  roof  and 

new  addition,  inclusive  of  heating  and  fittings 

Tignish  Public  Building 


Public  Buildings,  New  Brunsivick — 

Campbellton  Public  Building 

Chatham  Public  Building — Enlargement 

Fairville  Public  Building 

Fredericton   Dominion   Building — Government 

share  of  cost  of  permanent  pavement  laid  by 

municipal  corporation  on  Queen  and  Carleton 

Streets 

Grand  Falls  Public  Building 

Hampton  Public  Building 

Hartland  Public  Building 

Hillsborough  Public  Building 

Moncton  Armoury 

Moncton  Public  Building — Addition  to  building 

and  alterations  to  fittings 

Newcastle  Public  Building — Clock 

St.  George  Public  Building 

St.  John  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements, 

repairs,  &c .• 

St.  John  Drill  Hall 

St.  John  Immigrant  Detention  Hospital — for 

purchase  of 

St.  John— New  Post  Office 

St.  John  Quarantine  Station,  Partridge  Island — 

Bacteriological  laboratory 

St.  John  Quarantine  Station,  Partridge  Island — 

Steam  disinfecting  plant 

St.  John  Quarantine  Station,  Partridge  Island — 

Maintenance  of  water  service 

St.  John  Quarantine  Station.  Partridge  Island — 

Repairs,  renew'als,  &c 


Carried  forward . 


1,000  00 


1,800 

15,000 

2,500 

40,000 
4,000 


3,000  00 


2,000 
4,000 

2,800 
5,000 
2,500 
1,000 
15,000 
3,000 
3,500 
4,000 

1,500 

1,000 

20,000 


20,000  00 


2,000  00 
4,000  00 
7,000  00 

7,500  00 
14,000  00 


30,000  00 
12,000  00 
15,000  00 


4. 
100. 


20, 
75, 


,S!6  9S 
1,000  00 
,000  00 
,000  00 
i,000  00 
,000  00 

,000  00 
,  000  00 
,000  00 

000  00 
000  00 

000  00 
000  00 

000  00 

000  00 

000  00 

000  00 


555,916  98 


$       cts, 
119  23 

763  68 


1,908  52 

27,961  21 
2,706  39 

1,159  24 


28  63 
2,799  55 

2,514  31 

5,082  .54 

3,117  00 
1  25 

17,064  61 
5,559  .32 

714  25 

430  15 

5.960  50 
5,205  22 


27,781  40 

230  01 

13,244  50 


1,816  43 
16,188  27 


14,968  61 

12,9.50  56 

105  89 

2, 220  20 


3,911  08 
81,672  14 

20, 150  00 
68,635  40 


1,474  84 
586  32 


349, 100  25 


$       cts. 

880  77 

1,030  32 

15,000  00 

591  43 

12,038  79 
1,233  61 

1,840  76 

2,000  00 
3,971  37 

0  45 
5,000  00 


1,000  00 
9,917  46 
3,000  00 
3S3  00 
3,998  75 

1,500  00 
1,000  00 
2,935  39 

14,440  68 


1,285  75 
4, 000  00 
6,569  85 

1,530  50 
8,794  78 


2,218  60 

11,769  99 

1,755  50 


0  55 

8,811  73 

3,000  00 

31  39 

2,049  44 

6,894  11 

4,779  80 

2,000  00 

5,000  00 

88  92 

18,327  86 


6,364  60 
2,000  00 
20,000  00 
1,525  16 
6,413  68 


206,981  04  i 


etf. 


14  31 


150  00 


164  31 


APPJiOPIilATIOy  ACCOUNTS 


B— 25 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Eipcnditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward . 


Public  Building,  .Yen-  Brurtswiik — Concluded. 

St.  Stephen  Public  Building — Repairs,  &e 

Sussex  .\rmour>- — Refund  to  Estate  of  T.  E. 
.\mold,  security  deposit  of  $453.80,  with 
interest  at  3  p.  c 

Tmcadie  Lazaretto — House,  &c 

Public  Buildings,  Maritime  Prorinces,  Generally — 

Dominion  Buildings — Renewals,  &c 

Public  Buildmiis,  Quebec — 

Arthabasca  Public  Building 

Avlraer  Post  Office — Addition 

Black  Lake  Pijblir  Building 

Dominion     Buildings — Repairs,     renewals, 
improvements,  &c 

Fraser\'ille  .Vrmoury 

Crosse  Isle  Quarantine  Station — Bacteriological 
laboratory- 

Grosse  Isle  (Juarant.  Station — Cottage  for  nurses 

Grosse  Isle  Quarantine  Station — Improvements 
and  repairs  to  buildings  and  fittings,  furniture, 
4c ■ 

Grosse  Isle  Quarantine  Station — New  buildings 

Hull  Public  Buildings — Repairs 

Jolielte  Public  Building — Improvement 

Lathinc  Post  Office — Improvement 

Laurentides — Public  Building 

Levis — .Armoury-  and  Gu.Mshed 

Louisoville — Public  Buildinp  

Maisonneuve — Post  Office 

Maricviilc — Public  Building 

Megantic — Public  Building 

Montreal — Eastern  Postal  Station  "C" 

Montreal  General  Post  Office — Enlargement, 
additions  and  alterations,  including  fittings, 
Ac,  and  alterations  to  old  building 

^lonireal — New  Customs  Examining  Warehouse 

Montreal — New  Detention  Hospital 

Montreal — New  Ordnance  Depot 

Montreal — New  Barracks 

Montreal— Postal  Station  "A".  St.  James  St.. . 

Montreal — Postal  Station  "E",  St.  Louis  du 
Mile  End — .\ddition 

Montreal  Public  Buildings — Improvements, 
alterations,  &c 

Napier\ille  Public  Building 

New  Carlisle  Public  Building 

Quebec  Citadel — Quarters  for  married  N.C.O's 
and  men 

Quebec  Custom  House 

Quebec  Drill  Hall— Extension 

Quebec  Examining  Warehouse — Fitting  up 
building  tcmporjirily  for  customs  purposes, 
and  permanent  improvements 

Quebec — Immigration  Building  on  Loui.se  - 
embankment 

Quebec — New  Detent.  Building  in  Savard  Park 

Quebec — Ordnance  .Stores,  foot  of  Palace  Hill. . 

Quebec  Post  Otiice,  — Enlargement 

Quebec  Province — Immigrant  Buildings,  gener- 
ally.  

Rigaud  Public  Building 

Robcr\al  Public  Building 

Rock  Island  Public  Building 

Shawinigan  Public  Building 

Sherbrooke  Post  Office — Re-arrangement  of 
wiring  system 

Stanstcad  Plain — Post  Office  and  Armouries. . . 


Carried  forward 1,803,253  52 


$       ctJ 

555,916  98 


1,000  00 


5S6  54 
5,000  00 

15,000  00 

15,000  00 

3,000  00 

10,000  00 

20,000  00 
5,000  CO 

2,000  00 
5,000  00 


7,000  00 

50,000  00 

2,000  00 

5,000  00 

4,750  00 

10,000  00 

30.000  00 

10,000  00 

19,000  00 

17,000  00 

22,000  00 

38,000  00 


140,000  00 

100,000  00 

25,000  00 

50,000  00 

100,000  00 

30,000  00 

5,000  00 

10,000  00 

10,000  00 

5,000  00 

50,000  00 
70,000  00 
50,000  00 


2.000  OO 

80,000  00 
50,000  00 
50,000  00 
40,000  00 

10,000  00 
18,000  00 
14,000  00 
15,000  00 
15,000  00 

2,000  00 
10,000  00 


$   cts 
349, 100  25 


586  54 
414  49 

12,372  77 

15,145  10 

2,465  60 

14  98 

17,560  69 
5,174  69 

75  90 
102  48 


7,003  69 

310  57 

1,092  70 


630  15 

8  45 

14,506  73 

74  66 

8,531  61 

13,133  18 

14,101  81 

37,998  33 


106,593  84 

829  66 

25,000  00 


45  00 


3,587  89 

10,101  73 
127  61 


70,610  16 
527  00 


1,459  42 

5,758  50 
1,030  55 


9  60 


15,118  05 
6,512  80 
5,183  96 
8,266  62 

49  04 


761,216  80 


$   cts, 
206,981  M 

1,000  00 

4,585  51 
2,627  23 


534  40 
9,985  02 

2,439  31 


1,924  10 
4,897  52 


49,689  43 

907  30 

5,000  00 

4,119  85 

9,991  55 

15,493  27 
9,925  34 

10,468  39 

3,866  82 

7,898  19 

1  67 


33,406  16 
99, 170  34 


50,000  00 
99.955  00 
30,000  00 

1,412  11 


9,872  39 
5,000  00 

50,000  00 

'49,473  66 


540  58 

74,241  50 
48,969  45 
50,000  00 
39,990  40 

10,000  00 
2,881  95 
7,487  20 
9,816  04 
6,733  38 

1,950  96 
10,000  00 


1,043,236  04 


$      cte. 
164  31 


145  10 


174  69 


3  69 


101  73 


610  16 


1,199  68 


B— 26 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditurp. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward . 


Public  Buildings,  Quebec— Concluded. 

St.  Casimir  Public  Building 

St.  Henri  Post  Office — Improvements 

St.  Jasques  de  I'Achigan  Public  Building 

St.  Lambert  Public  Building 

St.  Therese  Public  Building 

Three  Rivers  New  Public  Building — To  replace 
buildings  destroyed  by  fire,  June  22,  1908. . 

Wecdon  Station  Public  Building 

Westmount  Public  Building 


of 


Public  Buildings,  Ontario — 

Athens  Public  Building 

Aurora  Public  Building 

Aylmer  Public  Bui. ding 

Barrie    Public     Building — Improvement 
grounds 

Berlin  Public  Building — To  provide  for  govern- 
ment share  of  cost  of  new  pavement  and  side- 
walk.. .■: 

Bracebridge  Public  Building 

Brampton  Public  Building — Fittings,  &c 

Brantford  Drill  Hall — Government  share  of  cost 
of  bithulithic  pavement  to  be  laid  and  storm 
.sewers  to  be  built  by  the  municipal  author- 
ities  

Campbelltord  Public  Building 

Chesley  Public  Building 

Dominion  Buildings — Renewals,  improvements 
&c 

Dresden  Public  Building 

Dundas  Public  Building 

Durham  Public  Building 

Eganville  Public  Building 

Elmira  Public  Building 

Elora  Public  Building 

Essex  Public  Building t 

Fergus  Public  Building ' 

Fort  Frances  Public  Building 

Fort  William  Public  Building — Enlargement. . 

Gananoque  Post  Office — Addition 

Goderich  Public  Building — Addition 

Guclph  Public  Building — Government  share 
of  cost  of  sewer  connections  made  and  pave- 
ment laid  by  municipal  authorities 

Hamilton  Examining  Warehouse — Additions 
and  improvements 

Hamilton  Public  Building — Improvements 

Hanover  Public  Building 

Harriston  Publie  Building 

Kemptville  Public  Building.... 

Kincardine  Public  Building 

Kingston    Custom    House — Renewals   and    re- 


pairs  

Kingston  Post  Office — Addition  to  building  and 

alterations 

Kingston  Royal  Military  College  ^  Additional 

dormitory  accommodation  for  cadets 

Kingston    Royal    Military    College — Covered 

Drill  Hall 

Kingston  Royal  Military  College — Staff  quar- 


ters. . 


Kingsville  Public  Building 

Leamington  Public  Building 

Listowcll  Public  Building 

London  Military  Buildings — Addition  to  Ord- 
nance Stores  for  Armourer's  shop 


Carried  forward 2,396,332  95 


cts 


1,803,2.53  52 


5,000  00 

7,000  00 

15,000  00 

20,000  00 

5,000  00 

75,000  00 

5,000  00 

50,000  00 


15,000  00 
6,000  00 
5,000  00 

1,000  00 


402  66 

8,000  00 
1,500  00 


900  00 

5.000  00 

15,000  00 

20,000  00 

17,000  00 

15,000  00 

6,000  00 

2,000  00 

5,000  00 

14,000  00 

14,000  00 

14,000  00 

6,000  00 

11,000  00 

4,000  00 

8,000  00 


1,776  77 

10,000  00 
5,000  00 
6,000  00 

15,000  00 
5,000  00 
3,000  00 

2,000  00 

25,000  00 

75,000  00 

15,000  00 

16.000  00 

10,000  00 

8,000  00 

18,000  00 

2,500  00 


$       cts, 
761,216  80 


11  17 

4,816  01 

80  30 

4IS  84 

19  00 

2,&81  68 

31  52 

1,141  24 


1,535  45 

0  46 

12  83 


4,062  71 
1,194  92 


842  40 

14  35 

517  60 

17,742  91 

5,614  84 

7,309  01 

13  17 

2,009  05 

7  96 

12,1,58  60 

6,0.57  05 

14,000  49 


1,668  80 

110  33 

7,995  57 


4,966  61 

2,, 378  34 

14,263  ,54 

10  70 

2,060  69 

14,034  39 

763  58 


7  26 

4,652  51 

18,077  92 

2,217  10 


917,323  70 


$       cts, 
1,043,236  40 


4,988  83 

2,183  99 

14,919  70 

19,581  16 

4,9S1  00 

72,318  32 

4,968  48 

48,8.58  70 


13,464  55 

5,993  54 

4,987  17 

1,000  00 


402  66 

3,937  29 

305  OS 


57  60 

4,985  05 

14,482  40 

2,257  09 

11,385  16 

7,690  99 

5,936  83 


4,992  04 
1,841  40 
7,342  95 


6,000  00 

9,331  20 

3,889  67 

4  43 


1,776  77 

10,000  00 

33  39 

3,621  66 

736  46 

4,9.89  30 

3,000  00 


10,965  61 

74,236  42 

15,000  00 

16.000  00 
9,992-74 
3.347  49 


282  90 


1,480,3.57  08 


APPnnpRiATIOV  iCCODNTS 


B— 27 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Brought  forward. 


Public  Buildings,  Ontario — Continued — 

Max^■^lle  Public  Building 

Midland  Public  Building 

Milverton  Public  Building 

Mitchell  Public  Building 

Mount  Forest  Public  Building 

Niagara  Falls  Armoury ; 

Niagara  Fal.s  Public  Building — Fittings,  im- 
provements. &c 

Oshawa  Public  Building — .Addition 

Ottawa    Departmental    Building.'?.  —  Fittings, 

&c 

Ottawa     Departmental     Buildings — Improve- 
ments in  lavatories,  plumbing.  &c 

Ottawa     Departmental     Buildings — Langevin 
Block — New  boilers  and  alterations  in  heating 

apparatus 

Ottawa  Departmental  Buildings — West  Block 

Elevator 

Ottawa   Expletive   testing   Station — Buildings 

and  equipment 

Ottawa    Fuel    Testing — Enlargement   of    Con- 
centrating Laboratory 

Ottawa  Major's   Hill  Park — Electric  light  in- 
stallation  

Ottawa  Methylated  .Spirits  Warehouse 

Ottawa  Military  Stores  Building — Reconstruc-i 
tion  of  building,  destroyed  by  fire  Nov.  20, 

1909,  with  additional  storey 

Ottawa  Old  Museum  Building,  Sussex  Street — 

Alteration.?.  &c 

Ottawa  Parliament  Buildings — Improvements.. 
Ottawa  Parliament  Grounds — Additional  water 

service '. 

Ottawa  Parliament  Grounds — Driveway  pave- 
ment   

Ottawa  Post  Office — Fitting  up  attic  for  postal 

purposes 

Ottawa  Printing  Bureau — New  boilers,  &c. . 
Ottawa  Public  Buildings — Fire  protection... 

Paris  Public  Building — Improvements 

Peterboro'  Po.st  Office  Building — Addition.. 

Port  Arthur  .Armoury 

Port    Arthur    Public    Building— Addition    for 

Customs  and  Inland  Revenue 

Port  Perry  Public  Building 

Renfrew  Public  Building — Improvements 

Samia  .'\rmourj' 

Samia   Armoury — Government   share   of   cost 
of  eewer  constructed  by  municipal  authorities 

on  Front  street 

Scaforth  Public  Building 

St.  Catharines  Public  Building — Electric  wiring 

Stratford    Public    Building— To    provide    for 

Government  share  of  cost  of  new  pavements, 

4c..  put  down  by  municipal  authorities 

Sudbury  Public  Building 

Tilbury  Public  Building 

Tilsonburg  Public  Building 

Toronto  Custom  House — Improvement 

Toronto   Dominion  Buildings — Improvements, 

renewals.  Ac 

Toronto  Military  Buildings — Barracks  for  per- 
manent corp  to  replace  property  sold  to  the 

city 

Toronto  Military  Buildings— New  stores  build- 
ing  


Carried  forward 3, 192, 299  28 


$   cts. 
2, 396. 332  95 


5,000  00 
10,000  00 

6,000  00 
18,000  00 
18,000  00 
45,000  00 

4,000  00 
9,000  00 

50,000  00 

10,000  00 


10, 500  00 

7.500  00 

50.000  00 

23,000  00 

2,373  64 
30,000  00 

20,000  00 

25,000  00 
10,000  00 

2,000  00 

20,000  00 

7,000  00 

10,000  00 

15,000  00 

5,000  00 

9,000  00 

50,000  00 

15,000  00 

15,000  00 

3,000  00 

30,000  00 


487  69 

15,000  00 

1,000  00 


1,100  00 
20,000  00 
15,000  00 
25,000  00 

4,000  00 

5,000  00 


100,000  00 
75,000  00 


Expenditure. 


S      cts. 
917,323  70 


5  10 

15  02 

1,063  13 

14,527  10 

15,918  00 

34,396  90 

3.999  93 


33.831  55 
6,678  92 

10,502  85 


94  12 

92  86 

2,385  12 


11.260  68 

14,243  85 
9,998  94 


20,004  18 

2..W9  98 
6,895  86 
6,577  93 


9,123  24 
889  23 

51  52 

1,875  42 

161  21 

641  83 


487  69 
10.238  47 


388  17 
72  48 

901  28 

13.509  49 

15  10 

4.581  51 


1.155.902  46   2,037,881  40 


Grant 
not  used. 


t       cts. 
1,480,357  OS 

4,994  90 
9,984  98 
4,336  82 
3,472  90 
2,082  00 
10.603  10 

0  02 
9.000  00 

16,168  45 

3,321  08 


Grant 
exceeded. 


7,500  00 
49,905  88 
22.907  14 


30.00  00 


8,739  32 

10,756  15 
1  06 

2,000  00 


4,450  02 
3.104  14 
8,422  07 
5,000  00 


49,110  77 

14,948  48 
13,124  .M 

2.8,38  79 
29,353  17 


4,761  53 
1,000  00 


711  83 

19,927  .52 

14,0iJS  72 

11,490  51 

3,984  90 

418  49 


100,000  00 
75,000  00 


$   cts. 
1,347  S3 


2  85 


6  43 


4  13 


123  24 


1,484  58 


B— 28 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  lOU-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  lacome— Con. 


Brought  forwtird. 


Public  Buildinfjs,  Ontario — Concluded. 

Toronto  Post  Office — Additions  to  building  in 
rear  portion  and  on  a  lane  at  east  side,  altera 
tions,  &c 

Toronto  Post  Office — Garage  for  motor  trucks 
for  post  office 

Uxbridge  Public  Building 

VVallaceburg  Public  Building 

Waterloo  Public  Building 

Wiai'ton  Public  Building 

Wingham  Public  Building — Tower  clock 


Public  Buildings,  Manitoba — 

Brandon  Public  Building — .Addition 

Dauphin  Public  Building — Improvement 

Dominion  Buildings — Renewals,  improvements 

repairs,  &c 

Minncdosa    Public     Building — with     armoury 

accommodation 

Morden  Public  Building 

Portage  la  Prairie  Public  Building 

Souris  Public  Building 

Winnipeg  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements, 

repairs,  &c 

Winnipeg  Examining  Warehouse — (new) 

Winnipeg  Military  Buildings — Hospital 

Winnipeg  Old  Post  Office  Building — Fitting   up 

ground  and  first  floore  for  customs  purposes . . 
Winnipeg  Public  Buildings — Pavements,  sewers, 

inclusive  of  $624  12  interest,  &c 


Public  Buildings   Saskatehewn  and  Athcrta — 

Athabasca  Landing  Public  Building — Addition. 

Battleford  Public  Building 

Battleford  Telegraph  Office  Building — Heating 
apparatus,  &c 

Battleford  North  Public  Building 

Calgary — Barracks  for  Strathcona  Horse 

Calgary  Immigration  Building 

Calgary  New  Post  Office  Building 

Calagry  Rating  Stations  for  Geodetic  Surveys 

Camrose  Public  Building 

Dominion  Buildings — Renewals,  improvements 
repairs,  &c 

Edmonton — New  Dominion  Lands  Office 

Edmonton  Now  Drill  Hall 

Edmonton  Public  Building — To  complete 

Edmonton  Public  Buildings — To  pay  local  im- 
provements, &c 

Gravel bourg  Telegraph  Office,  &c 

Humboldt  Public  Building 

Indian  Head  Forest  Nursery  Station — Addi- 
tional accommodation 

Lethbridge  Armoury 

Lcthbridge  Custom  House  and  Dominion  Lands 
(,)ffice — New  heating  apparatus,  sanitary 
works,  plumbing,  &c 

Lethbridge  Public  Building.. 

Lloydminster  Public  Building 

Macleod  Public  Building 

Melfort  Public  Building 

Moose  Jaw  Armoury 

Moose  Jaw  New  Public  Building 

Prince  Albert — Saskatchewan  Penitentiary 

Regina  Armoury  and  Drill  Hall 

Regina  Public  Building — To  complete 

Carried  forward 


Grant. 


$       cts. 
3,192,299  28 


33,000  00 

10,000  00 
15,000  00 
15,000  00 
41,000  00 
10,000  00 
2,000  00 


25,000  00 
1,000  00 

15,000  00 

10,000  00 
10,000  00 
18,000  00 
22,000  00 

6,300  00 
20,000  00 
13,000  00 

25,000  00 

14,000  00 


1,000  00 
33, 000  00 

1,-300  00 
10,000  00 
20,000  00 
35,000  00 
75,000  00 

5,000  00 
10,000  00 

10,000  00 

20,000  00 

50,000  00 

7,000  00 

3,727  03 

3,000  00 

25,000  00 

5,000  00 
15,000  00 


7,000  00 
75,000  00 
30,000  00 
10,000  00 
20,000  00 
15,000  00 
50,000  00 
24,000  00 
50,000  00 
15,000  00 


4,122,626  31 


Expenditure. 


$   cts, 
1,155,902  46 

26,629  54 

9,912  22 

7,264  66' 

371  62 

21,717  31 

1,994  47 


1,117  15 
397  86 

3,502  99 

5,551  85 

2,000  40 

18,120  50 

17,312  82 

5,643  94 
590  80 


21 

963  17 

30,923  82 

60  62 

208  78 
48  75 

4, 649  47 
8,045  50 

8,824  31 


75  00 
6,998  81 

3,727  03 
2, 189  30 
7,085  63 


1,716  72 

10,302  27 

493  57 


314  52 


466  81 

12,809  89 

276  29 

6,239  64 


1,405,456  49 


Grant 
not  used . 

Grant 
exceeded. 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

2,037,881  40 

1,484  58 

6,370  46 

87  78 

7,735  34 

14,628  38 

19,282  69 

8,005  53 

2,000  00 

23,882  85 
602  14 

11,497  01 

4,448  15 
7,993  60 

lOQ    5Q 

4,687  18 

656  06 
19,409  20 
13,000  00 

3,036  83 
14,000  00 


1,000  00 
2,076  18 

1,300  00 

9,939  as 

20,000  00 

34,791  22 

74,951  25 

350  53 

1,954  50 

1,175  69 

20,000  00 

49,925  00 

1  19 


810  70 
17,914  37 

5,000  00 
15,000  00 


5,283  28 
64,697  73 
29,506  43 
10, 000  00 
19.0S5  48 
15,000  00 
49,5.33  19 
11,190  11 
49,723  71 

8,760  36 


2,718,774  90 


APPliOPRIATIOX  ACCOUNTS 


B— 29 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward. 


Public  Buildings,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta — 
Saskatoon — Purchase  of  lands  for  Public  b  uild- 

ings 

Strathcona  Armoury 

Strathcona  Public  Building 

Vcgreville  Public  Building 

Wptaskiwin  Public  Building 

VVcybum  Public  Building 


Public  Buildings,  Biilish  Columbia — 

Ashcroft  Public  Building 

Chilliwack  Public  Building 

Cranbrook  Puljlic  Building 

Dominion  Buildings — Renewals,  improvements 
repairs,  ike 

Duncan  Public  Building 

Fcmie  Drill  Hall. 

Fernie  Public  Building 

Grand  Forks  Public  Building 

Greenwood  Public  Building 

Mirritt  Publii'  Building 

Nanaimo  Public  Building — Addition 

Nanaimo  Public  Building — Extension 

Nelson  Public  Building — Addition 

New  Westminster  Public  Building — Improve- 
ments   

Prince  Rupert  Public  Building 

Prince  Rupert  Quarantine  Station 

Quesncl  Public  Building — Addition 

Revelstoke  Public  Building 

Union  Bay  Public  Building 

Vancouver  Drill  Hall — To  pay  Viau  &  Lachancc, 
balance  due  for  contract  and  extra  work  in 
connection  with  the  erection  of  this  building 
in  iyO(M)l 

Vancouver  Examining  Warehouse 

Vancouver  Old  Post  Office  building — Alter- 
ations and  fittings,  furniture,  &c 

Vancouver  Public  Building 

Vancouver,  North — Public  Building 

Vernon  Public  Building 

Victoria  Poit  Office — Improvements 

Williams  Head  Quarantine  Station — Improve- 
ments and  repairs  to  buildings  and  furniture, 
&c 


Public  Buildings,  Generally — 

Con.struction  of  Immigration  buildings 

Experimental  Farms — New  buildings  and 
improvemcnt.s,  renewals  and  repairs,  itc,  in 
connection  witli  existing  buildings,  fences,  &o 

FiriM'soapi  s  for  Dominion  Buildings 

Public  Buildings,  Gencralii' 

Tobacco  curing  — Experimental  Stations 


Rents,  Repairs,  Furniture,  Heating,  &c. — 
Ottawa  Public  Buildings — 

Elevator  attendants 

Gas  and  Electric  Light,  including  roads  and 
bridgc.s 

Government  share  of  cost  of  pavements,  side- 
walks, &c.,  laid  down  by  municipal 
authorities  in  front  of  buildings 

Grounds 

Heating,  including  salaries  of  engineers,  fire- 
men, Ac 

Major's  Hill  Park. 


t       cts 

i.  122,626  31 


48,000  00 
25,000  00 
40,000  00 
20,000  00 
25,000  00 
30,000  00 


5,000  00 
25,000  00 
25,000  00 

8,000  00 
10,000  00 
11,000  00 
10,000  00 
30,000  00 
30,000  00 
5,000  00 
9,000  00\ 
22,000  00/ 
14,000  00 

1,200  00 
50,000  00 
24,000  00 

1,000  00 
30,000  00 

5,000  00 


1,448  38 
50,000  00 

50,700  00 
14,000  00 
50,000  00 
40,000  00 
10, 500  00 


10,000  00 


15,000  00 


45,000  00 
5,000  00 

10,000  00 
5.000  00 


31,000  00 
53,000  00 


9,610  80 
15.220  00 

133,000  00 
8,000  00 


$   cts 

1,405,4.56  49 


47,584  78 

14, 160  74 

39,071  30 

4,890  00 

9,007  03 

353  05 


2,352  88 
25,005  50 

8,042  91 


238  88 
4,416  06 
13,598  55 


17.296  73 
13,969  10 

1,204  51 

594  05 

17,585  60 

106  ,50 

655  45 


1,448  38 
50,008  20 

49,902  34 
13,975  20 

1,982  84 
19,901  44 

9,406  16 


1,600 


14,999  75 


45,000  88 
3,053  35 
9,498  71 
4,992  51 


30,728  93 
52,994  80 


9,610  80 
13,855  67 

133,084  07 
8,000  67 


cts. 


2,718,774  90 


415  22 
10,839  26 

928  70 
15,110  00 
15,. 392  97 
29  616  95 


5,000  00 
22,647  12 


10,000  00 
10,761  12 

5,583  94 
16,401  45 
30,000  00 

5,000  00 

13, 703  27 
30  90 


49,405  95 

6,414  40 

893  50 

29,344  55 
5,000  00 


797  66 

24  80 

48,017  10 

20,098  56 

1,093  84 


8,399  18 


0  25 


1,940  65 

501  29 

7  49 


271  07 
5  20 


1,364  33 


$   cts. 
1,605  08 


5  50 

42  91 


51 


20 


0  88 


84  07 
0  67 


Carried  forward 5,182,305  49 


2,100,235  63 


3,083,821  68 


1,751  82 


B— 30 


AUDITOR  QENERAUS  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Brought  forward . 


Rents,  Repairs,  Furniture,  Heating,  &c — Con. 

Removal  of  snow,  including  Rideau  Hall- . . . 

Repairs,  including  ventilation  and  lighting, 
furniture,  &c 

Telephone  service 

Rideau  Hall— Allowance  for  fuel  and  light... . 

Rideau  Hall  (including  grounds)  — Improve 

menti,  furniture  and  maintenance 

Dominion  Buildings — 

Fittings  and  general  supplies 

Furniture 

Heating 

Lighting ■  ■ 

Power  for  running  elevators,  stamp-cancelling 
machines,  &c 

Rents,  &c 

Salaries  of  engineers,  firemen,  &c 

Supplies  for  engineers,  firemen,  &c 

Water 

Dominion  Cattle  Quarantine  Stations — Renew- 
als, repairs.  &c 

Dominion     Immigration      Buildings— Repairs, 

furniture,  &c .^ 

Dominion    Quarantine    Stations — Maintenance, 

&c 

Yukon  Public  Buildings — Rents,  repairs,  fuel, 

light,  water  service  and  caretakers'  salaries, 

&c 


Harbors  and  Rivers,  Nova  Scotia — 

Albert  Bridge — Wharf 

Amaguadees  Pond — ^To   complete  addition  to 

wharf  and  road 

Amherst  Wharf 

Anderson's  Cove — Breakwater  extension.. . . . . . 

Annapolis  Harbour — Improvements — Ice  piers. 
Argyle  Sound — Repair.?  and  extension  to  Public 

Wharf 

Arichat — Deep  water  wharf 

Arichat — Retaining  wall  to  protect  government 

property ;    ■  ■   .- 

.\risaig — To  complete  extension  of  wharf.    . . . 
Aspy  Bay,  North  Harbour — Protected  entrance 

channel  at  Dingwall 

Avonport — Breakwater  extension 

Baddeck — Completion  of  warehouse 

Baddeck    and    Middle    Rivers — Repairs    and 

extension  to  protection  works 

Battery  Point  — Breakwater 

Bayfield — Breakwater  extension 

Bay  St.  Lawi-ence — Additional  amount  for  con- 
struction of  break 

Bay  St.  Lawrence — Harbour  works 

Black  Point — Construction  of  breakwater 

Blue  Rocks — Repairs  to  breakwater 

Blue    Rocks    Island — Breakwatt>r    at    western 

head 

Breen's  Pond — Breakwater.  - 

Breton  Cove — Repairs  to  protection  works-. 

Brooklyn-Breakwater 

Brooklyn — Repairs  to  wharf 

Brule  Wharf — Repairs  and  extension 

Burke's  Head — Breakwater 

Burlington — Wharf  repairs 

Canada  Creek — Repairs  to  east  breakwater. 

Canning — Wharf  extension 

Cape  Dauphin — Breakwater 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


cts. 


5, 1S2, 305  49 


Grant 
not  used. 


2,100,235  63 


5,000  00 

225,000  00 
19,000  00 
8, 500  00 

145,000  00 

80,000  00 

19,000  00 

135,000  00 

140,000  00 

32,000  00 

260.000  00 

244,000  00 

16,  .500  00 

27,000  00 

20,000  00 

18.000  00 

4,000  00 

75,000  00 

1,000  00 

500  00 

2,000  00 

3,500  00 

30, 000  00 

700  00 
7,000  00 

500  00 
1,500  00 

50,000  00 

2, 000  00 

450  00 

3,000  00 

4,000  00 

15,000  00 

166  67\ 
3, 233  33/ 
8,300  00 

600  00 

8,500  00 

14,000  00 

600  00 

50,000  00 

750  00 

1,000  00 

36.500  00 

800  00 

1,.500  00  I 

1,500  00  I 

8, 700  00 


5,197  61 

225,119  68 

19.001  27 
8,500  00 

145,018  32 

37,781  89 

18,995  18 

134,986  10 

137,689  80 

19,073  71 
260,148  20 
243,976  26 

16,519  98 

27.002  98 

8, 108  47 

17,521  27 

369  26 


61,139  13 


20S  32 

32  52 

3,498  36 

19,737  29 

291  63 
6,894  41 


415  32 
38  43 


446  50 

1,137  40 

2,809  87 

23  59 


7,479  79 
249  62 

8,207  66 
720  70 
246  53 

1,666  78 
700  53 
303  90 
17,180  33 
330  19 
618  72 

1,478  75 
16  35 


8       cts. 
3,083,821  68 


Brought  forward 6, 912. 605  49      3, 561 ,  124  23 


42,218  11 

4  82 

13  90 

2,310  -20 

12,926  29 


23  74 


11,891  53 

478  73 

3,630  74 

13,860  87 

1,000  00 

291  68 
1,967  48 

1  64 
10,262  71 

408  37 
105  59 

500  00 
1,084  68 

49,961  57 

2,000  00 

3  50 

1,862  60 

1,190  13 

14,976  41 

3,400  00 

820  21 
350  38 

292  34 
13,279  30 

353  47 

48,333  22 

43  47 

696  10 

19,319  67 

469  81 

881  28 

21  25 

8,683  65 


Grant 
exceeded. 


3,353,741  12 


$       cts. 
1,751  82 

197  61 

119  68 
1  27 

18  32 


148  20 

19  93 
2  98 


2,259  86 


APPltOPRI.iTIOy  ACCOVy'TS 


B— 31 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Charseablf  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward. 


Harbours  and  Rivers — A'oi'o  Scotia — Continued. 

Cape  Negro  (Swain's   Cove) — Wharf 

Cape  Rouge-iJreakwater 

Cariboo  Island — Raising  causeway 

CentreviJle,  Cape  Island — Wharf 

Centreville.    Trout    Cove— Harbour  improve- 
ments  

Central  Economy — To  renew  stem  of  wharf. . 

Chapel  Cove-Breakwater 

Charles  Forest  Cove-Breakwater 

Chegoggin  Groyne 

Cheticamp  Point- Breakwater 

Clark's  Harbour — Removal  of  rocks 

Cole  Harbour  Wharf 

Comeauville — Extension  of  breakwater 

Cottage  Cove-Breakwater 

Cow  Ba>',  Port  Morien — Completing  protection 
work  and  general  repairs 

Creignish — Landing  Pier 

Cribbin's  Point — Repairs  to  wharf 

Croft's  Cove — Boat  landing  and  approach.... 

Delaps  Cove — Harbour  improvements 

Delorey's  Beach — Breakwater 

Devil's  Island — Breakwater  extension 

Digby     Harbour — Improvements — Including 
repairs,  &c..  to  pier 

Digby  Pier — To  pay  claim  of  J.  E.  &  H.  Bigelow 

Dover — Wharf 

Dublin  Shore — Breakwater  pier 

Duncan's  Cove — Breakwater 

Eagle  Head  Breakwater — Alterations  and  re- 
pairs  

East  Bay— Wharf 

East  Chezzetcook — Breakwater 

East  Chezzetcook — Wharf  repairs 

East  River.  New  Glasgow — Improvement 

East  Ship  Harbour — Wharf .- 

Eatonville — Breakwater  repairs 

Ecum  Secum — Protection  of  faces  of  wharf  with 
hardwood  sheathing,  &c 

Eel  Brook— Wharf 

Feltzen  South — Breakwater  in  Spindler's  Cove 

Findlay  Point  Harbour — Wharf  extension 

Fourchu— Wharf 

Fox  Island — Extension  of  beach  protection  work 

Freight  shed  on  public  wharfs 

French  River,  North  Shore — Breakwater 

Friar's  Head — Boat  harbour 

Fruid's  Point — Removal  of  rocks 

Galjarus     Harbour — Extension     of    protection 
works 

Gillies  Point  (East)— Wharf 

Grand  Etang — Repairs    to   channel    protection 
work 

Grove  Point — Reconstruction  of  outer  end  of 
wharf 

Hall's  Harbour — Breakwater  repairs 

Hampton  breakwater — Extension 

Harbours,  rivers  and  bridges;— General  repairs 
and  improvements .' 

Harbourville — Breakwater  repairs 

Herrins!  Cove — Wharf 

Horton  Landing  Wharf — Repairs 

Invcmes.s — Harbour  improvements 

lona — Wharf  repairs 

Jamesvillc — Wharf 

Joggin's  Mines — Turning  point  on  breakwater... 


S      cts. 
6,912,605  49 


2,000  00 

14,000  00 

2,400  00 

1,600  00 

5,000  00 
2,000  00 

13,000  00 

4,000  00 

700  00 

10,000  00 

900  00 

3,000  00 

5,000  00 

2,000  GO 

4,750  00 
2, 500  00 
1,000  00 
SCO  00 
2,200  00 
6,500  00 
6,000  00 

15,000  00 
1,746  00 
4,300  00 
2,800  00 
8,000  00 

1,200  00 
4,000  00 
2,000  00 
500  00 
25.000  00 
1.000  00 
2,000  00 

1,000  00 
2,000  00 
6,000  00 
2,500  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
1,600  00 
3.800  00 
2,000  00 
5,000  00 

1.300  00 
2,000  00 

1,000  00 

1.500  00 
1,.500  00 
1,000  00 

37,500  00 
1,600  00 
1,500  00 

500  00 
9.000  00 

500  00 
4,000  00 
1,400  00 


Carried  forward 7,182.70149     3.640,934  25  4,524,149  70 


t      cts. 
3,561,124  23 


558  06 
268  69 
967  91 
346  50 


452  51 


11,388  09 
164  57 
289  33 
177  48 
374  50 


2, 125  92 
959  33 

1,989  84 

46  92 

402  66 

200  74 

1,161  67 

6,383  94 

224  70 

6,611  53 
1,746  00 
3,925  23 
1.040  00 


1,407  45 
524  50 
498  43 


2.123  00 

416  42 

1,334  22 

123  33 

117  86 

117  12 

1.163  19 

292  46 

82  58 


2.018  25 

499  60 
912  50 

479  75 


248  99 
812  35 

20.353  44 


587  63 

'3,'782'77 

i02  41 


$   cts 

3,353.741  12 


1,441  94 

13,731  31 

1.432  09 

1,253  50 

4,547  49 
2,000  00 
1,611  91 
3,835  43 

410  67 
9.822  52 

525  50 
3,000  00 
2,874  08 
1,040  67 

2,760  16 

2.453  08 
597  34 
593  26 

1,038  33 
116  06 

5,775  30 

8,388  42 

374  77 
1,760  00 
8.000  00 

1,200  00 
2,592  55 
1,475  50 
1  57 
25,000  00 
1,000  00 


583  58 
665  78 
4,876  67 
2,382  14 
2,882  88 
1,836  81 
1,307  54 
3,717  42 
2,000  00 
2,981  75 

800  40 
1,0S7  50 

520  25 

1,500  00 

1,251  01 

187  65 

17,146  56 


1 


600  00 
912  37 
500  00 
217  23 
500  00 
897  59 
1,400  00 


$   cU. 

2,259  86 


123  00 


2,882  86 


E— 32 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income— Con. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward . 


Harbours  and  Rivers — \ova  Scotia — Continued. 

Jones  Harbour — Removal  of  rocks 

Jordan  Ferry — Wharf 

Kelly's  Cove — Breakwater  extension 

Kingsport  breakwater — Pier  extension 

Kraut  Point — Wharf 

Lahave  River — To  provide  for  the  disposal  of 
sawdust  and  other  dredged  material  depos- 
ited on  fore  shore 

Lake  Ainslic — Protected  channel  leading  to 
wharf  at  Kenlock  railway  station 

Leitche's  Creek — Wharf 

Leonard's  Cove — Breakwater 

Liscomb  Harbour — Wharf 

Litchfield — Breakwater  extension 

Little  Anse — Breakwater 

Little  Bras  d'Or — Breakwater 

Little  Harbour — Improvements 

Little  River — Breakwater  wharf 

Little  Tancook  Island — Breakwater  pier 

Livingston's  Cove — Breakwater  extension 

Long  Point — Wharf  extension  and  breakwater . . 

Louisdale — Wharf 

Louis  Head — Breakwater — Extension  and  re- 
pairs  

Lower  East  Pubnico — Wharf  and  repairs 

Lower  West  Pubnico — Wharf  repairs 

McAras  Brook — Wharf 

McNair's  Cove — Breakwater  wharf — Extension 
and  repairs 

Mabou  Harbour — Breakwater 

Mabou  Harbour — Extension  and  widening  of 
wharf 

Main  k  Dieu — Wharf  at  outer  end  of  eastern 
breakwater 

Maitland— Wharf  repairs 

Malignant  Cove — Extension  of  channel  piers. . . . 

Marble  Mountain — Wharf  extension 

Margaree  Harbour — Extension  of  breakwater. . 

Margaree  Harbour — Extension  of  harbour  pro- 
tection works 

Margaree  River — Shear  dams 

Margaretsville — Renewals  and  repairs  to  break- 
water  

Marie  Joseph — Wharf 

Marion  Bridge — Wharf 

Meat  Cove — Wharf 

Melford— Wharf 

Meteghan  River — Extension  of  wharf 

Meteghan  River — Restore  and  extend  wharf. . . 

Middle  West  Pubnico — Deepening  and  widening 
channel 

Morden — Breakwater  repau-s 

Mulgravo — Wharf 

Musquodoboit  Harbour — Wharf 

Neil's  Harbour — Breakwater  repairs 

New  Edinburgh — Wharf 

New  Harbour — Improvements 

New  Haven— Wharf — Repairs  and  extension 

North  Sydney — Wharf 

Nyanza — Repairs  to  outer  end  of  wharf 

Orangedale — Wharf 

Parker's  Cove — Breakwater  extension  and  re- 


pairs  

Petit  de  Grat — Breakwater  repairs 

Petite  Riviere — Breakwater  repairs 

Phinney's  Cove — Breakwater  extension. 


5   cts. 
7, 162, 701  49 


1,500  00 
2, 200  00 
3,500  00 
12,000  00 
2,500  00 


4,000  00 

8,000  00 

7,000  00 

1,500  00 

3,000  00 

4,000  00 

23,000  00 

12,000  00 

2,200  00 

17,167  45 

24,000  00 

1,500  00 

5,000  00 

3,000  00 

4,100  00 

2,500  00 

600  00 

1,700  00 

5,400  00 
10,000  00 

2,000  00 

17,700  00 

400  00 

2,300  00 

4,000  00 

6,000  00 

10,000  00 
2,000  00 

2,000  00 
2,800  00 
1,600  00 
3,000  00 
0,600  00 
4,000  00 
7,000  00 

1,000  00 

1,000  00 

5,550  00 

2,500  00 

500  00 

15,000  00 

10,000  00 

1,440  00 

30,000  00 

600  00 

2,000  00 

3,500  00 
2,800  00 
1,000  00 
4,000  00 


$   cts. 
3,640,934  65 

624  90 


105  84 

11,045  97 

51  70 


461  87 

75  99 

5,880  12 

1,277  98 

2,984  68 

3,415  05 

262  .58 

104  78 

809  77 

17,151  13 

23,049  27 

1,124  42 

122  10 

67  88 

221  81 


210  79 
680  57 

1,912  86 
4,166  66 

190  58 


142  11 


107  41 
5,617  06 

150  14 
2,093  85 

1,981  02 


142  57 

128  25 

1,638  77 

4,930  25 


690  18 
381  85 
3,650  93 
30  00 
207  10 
292  50 
145  84 


12 


544  62 
741  92 

1,420  63 


340  63 
2,736  68 


$   cts 
3,524,149  70 


875  10 
2,200  00 
3,394  16 

954  03 
2,448  30 


3,538  13 

7,924  01 

1,119  88 

222  02 

15  32 
584  95 

22,737  42 

11,895  22 

1,390  23 

16  32 
950  73 
375  58 

4.877  90 
2,932  12 

3.878  19 
2,500  00 

389  21 
1,019  43 

3,487  14 
5,8.33  34 

1,809  42 

17,700  00 

257  89 

2,300  00 

3,892  59 

382  94 

9,849  86 


18  98 
2,800  00 
1,600  00 
2,857  43 
6,471  75 
2,361  23 
2,069  75 

309  82 

618  15 

1,899  07 

2,470  00 

292  90 

2,707  50 

9,854  16 

1,440  00 

30, 000  00 

55  38 

1,258  08 

2,079  37 

2,800  00 

659  37 

1,263  32 


Carried  forward 7,476,358  94 


3,757,048  26 


3,721,787  39 


APPIiOPRlATIOy  ACGOUyTS 


B— 33 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Cod. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward 

Harbours  and  Kncrs — -Vera  Scotia — Continued. 

Piper's  Cove — Breakwater  pier 

Pleasant  Bay — Breakwater 

Point  Aconi — Breakwater 

Point  Edward — Wharf 

Port  Dufferin — Repairs  to  wharf 

Porter's  Lake — Boat  channel  to  Three  Fathom 
Harbour 

Port  Felix — Construction  of  wharf 

Port  Hood  H.irbour — Closing  northern  entrance 

Port  Hood — Wharf  repairs 

Port  Joli — Extension  of  Herring  Rocks  break- 
water  

Port  Lome — Breakwater — Repairs  and  renewals 

Port  Malcolm— Wharf 

Port  Mouton — Recovering  wharf , 

Port  Richmond — Breakwater 

Poulainond  Wharf — Renewals  and  repairs  to 
superstructure 

River  Inhabitants  Basin — Wharf 

Romkey's  Cove — Dredging  boat  channel 

Rous  Brook — Wharf 

Salmon  River — Harbour  protection  works 

Sambro — Wharf  completion 

Sandy  Cove — Breakwater  repairs 

Scott's  Bav — Breakwater  extension  and  repairs. 

Seal  Island— Wharf 

Sheet  Harbour — East  River  wharf  repairs. . . . 

Sheffield  A'ault— Wharf 

Shelburne  Harbour — Wharf 

Short  Beach — Breakwater  extension 

Shubenacadic  River — Enlargement  of  draw 
span  on  Dominion  Atlantic  Railway  bridge 
and  construction  of  warping  piers 

Skinner's  Cove — Dredging  channel 

Smiley 's  Point — Breakwater 

Sober  Island 

Soldier's  Cove — Wharf 

South  Cove — Wharf 

South  Ingonish — Extension  of  wharf 

South  Ingonish,  Corsan — Wharf  extension 

South  Lake,  Lakevale — Extension  of  channel 
protection  works 

Spanish  Ship  Bay — Wharf  on  west  side  of  bay . 

St.  Joseph — Wharf 

Stoney  Island — Repairing  breakwater  and  con- 
structing protection  work 

Sydney  Harbour — Protection  work  and  acquir- 
ing of  South  Bar 

Sydney  Mines — Wharf  at  Barrington  Cove 

Tangier — Wharf  improvements 

Tatamagouchc — Wharf 

Tcnecape  Breakwater — .\ddition 

"The  Wharves,"  Lunenburg  Co. — Breakwater. 

Three  Fathom  Harbour — Breakwater  between 
two  islands 

Three  Fathom  Harbour — Renewals  and  repairs 
to  breakwater 

Toncy  River — Extension  of  channel  protection 
picre 

Troy  Pond — Channel  and  cribwork  protection.. 

Tusket  Wedge  Wharf— Restoration  and  exten. 

Upper  Washabuck— Wharf 

Victoria  Pier — Extension  and  repairs 

Watt  Settlement— Wharf 

West  Advocate — Breakwater 

West  Arichat — Breakwater  repairs 

Carried  forward 

1— 3b 


$   cts. 
7,476,358  94 


5,000  00 
3,000  00 
6,000  00 
2,000  00 
500  00 

10,000  00 
5,000  00 

50,000  00 
1,500  00 

2,500  00 

1,000  00 

4,900  00 

600  00 

10,000  00 

1,600  00 

3,000  00 

3,000  00 

2,500  00 

1,000  00 

700  00 

800  00 

2,500  00 

3,000  00 

900  00 

1,000  00 

20,000  00 

4,700  00 


23,000  00 
800  00 
3,200  00 
1,000  00 
2,500  00 
3,000  00 
6,000  00 
1,000  00 

4,000  00 

1,730  00 

10,000  00 

5,800  00 

25,000  00 

31,000  00 

500  00 

900  00 

7,000  00 

2,000  00 

8,750  00 

2,000  00 

2,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
800  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
10,000  00 
3,000  00 


7,790.038  94 


3,757,048  26 
523  66 

iire 


207  41 

8,431  72 

4,428  04 

18,432  35 

1,357  86 


225  96 

248  18 
189  17 

1,399  94 

82  02 

124  74 

963  26 

227  93 

397  49 

14,533  00 

331  00 

1,226  33 

71  20 

1,791  97 
5,528  29 

1,707  88 

■   324  75 

799  73 

4,073  23 

4,111  22 

18,578  82 

410  97 


5,665  96 
15  00 

7,058  66 

1,252  44 

594  58 


1,246  03 
814  75 

1,264  23 
796  97 
197  70 
643  96 


3,867,341^44  3,925,188  96 


$   cts 

3,721,787  39 


4,476  34 
3,000  00 

5,9S5  22 

2,000  00 

292  59 

1,568  28 

571  96 

31,567  65 

142  14 

2,500  00 
774  04 

4,900  00 
351  82 

9,810  S3 


200  06 

3,000  00 

3,000  00 

2,417  98 

1,000  00 

575  26 

800  00 

1,536  74 

3,000  00 

672  07 

602  51 

5,467  00 

4,700  00 


23,000  00 
469  00 

1,973  67 
928  80 

2,500  00 

1,208  03 
471  71 

1,000  00 

2,292  12 
1,405  25 
9,200  27 

1,726  77 

20,888  78 

12,421  18 

89  03 

900  00 

1,334  04 

1,985  00 

1,691  34 

747  56 

1,405  42 
3,000  00 
1,753  97 


1,735  77 
2,203  03 
9,802  30 
2,356  04 


t       cts. 
2.476  71 


14  75 


2,491  46 


B— 34 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  mi-mt 


3  GEORGE  v..  A.  1913 


PubUc  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income-Con. 


Brought  forward . 


ff^rboursami  Rivers.  Norn  Scoim-Concluded. 
Ucst  Baccaro— Breakwater  wharf 

West  Chezzetoook— Breakwater  pier 

West  Chezzetcook-Breakwater  repairs' ' ' ' 
\V.  .stern  Head-Breakwater  repaire.  ....■.':: 

Wi'stpOrt- Wharf 

White  Point— Breakwater 

White's  Cove— Wharf  extension    

Whitewaters— Repairs  to  wharf         

VVhycocomagh— Wharf 
Whycoeomagh-Wharf  on  south  Side.'. '.'."" 
Wolfville— Protection  works 


KV"v^X7a!watr^^'^*'^^"'^'^°'"' 


Yarmouth  Harbour— Improvements' '. 

ShSal"      ""'^o'"'- Removal  of  Sollows'Ro'ck 


Harbours  and  Rtvers,  Prince  Edward  Island- 
Brudenell-W  harf  on  north  side  of  river 

Cape  Traverse-General  repairs  to  wharf 

Cascumpec  (or  Gordon's  Point)— Wharf    

sTr'eng'?henT.''.^.';^''"^*'=^-'^°    -"-^  '  -'^ ' ' 
^work's"'  ^°"^~^«™"*'<™<'tion  and  repaira  of 

Grand  River  Wharf-Reeonstruotion',  etc 
Harbours.  Rivers  and  Bridges-General  repairs 
and  improvements  cyans 

Hurd's  Point-Renewals  and  repairs '  to  pier 
head  and  ini^T-^-,»u  ^  ^  *'*'-^ 


— 1  approach. . 

IsK^if''?-'  ^"^  ^°'"'  Hi"-VVharf8o'n  Le'nnox 
I-sland  Indian  Reserve  and  on  mainland  oppo- 

rtrSe^&'''"-^"^'="'  '^^•'-*™-'  'o 


'''Si^S^r^'^'"^^^^^"^  °f  -rthern 


Naufrage  Pond-Extensions  to  breakwaters  and 
deepening  channel  approach 

work"    .™~^""'''"''''  *'■•  t°  beach  protection 

North  Cardigan— Repairs  to  pier 

North  River.  Franklin  Point-Wharf' .' 

larXTpie^Sd-':'""':'!''"^  ^'^^"^  -^  - 


Rus^t'i"en°Rt?i'''"1~^?^''^"  '^M^-^^  protection 
outeTend  ~^'"°*'=*'°''  breakwater  at 

Souris-Break  wat  er- Renewals'  and  repairs 

Southport)  hart-Reconstruction 

Stephen  e  \\harf-Montague-Warehouae.'.'. 

§*•  t''\".^  Bay-Breakwater  repairs 

St.  Peter  s  Bay— Wharf 

Summerside    Harbour-Completion,"  &c.',    of 

of  S^^^etT.'"^''^"  «^^'^  *°  -'--<! 
TignLsh  Harbour-E.vtension  of  harbour  channel 

protection  piers  inwardly,  and  repairs 
I  racadie— Breakwater. . . 

water^'''"'''~^''*™^'°"  °'^  southern'  break! 


Harbour  and  Rivers,  New  Brunswick- 
Anderson's  Hollow-General  repairs  to  break- 
water  whiirf w  uican 

Bathurst— Harbour  improvementB 

Bayside— New  wharf 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


*       eta.  I  $       cts, 

7,790,0.38  94  jp,  867, 341  44 


1,000  00 

2,000  00 

1,000  00 

900  00 

17,270  00 

4.000  00 

7,000  00 

1,000  00 

500  00 

2,000  00 

1,200  00 

3,000  00 

1,000  00 

60,000  00 

75.000  00 


5. 400  00 

900  00 

2, 500  00 

1,250  00 

1,250  00 
6, 500  00 

10, 000  00 

1 , 250  00 


1,500  00 

4,000  00 

6, 000  00 

1,.500  00 

600  00 

5,000  00 

1,250  00 
1,000  00 

7, 500  00 
2, 000  00 
8,000  00 
500  00 
2,500  00 
5, 000  00 


10,000  00 

5, 000  00 
26,000  00 

6, 000  00 


800  00 
25,000  00 
2, 300  00 


Carried  forward 8,117,408  94 


S35  15 
981  09 


17,099  78 

55  50 

6,409  60 

378  50 

565  90 


680  96 
1,255  04 


59,921  66 


290  14 
66  89 

370  80 

408  19 

2,205  01 

1,229  00 

2,805  25 

82  04 

1 

246  10 


139  80 
232  80 

6, 987  50 

3,495  47 


505  00 

1,312  21 
13,853  50 

83  92 


115  74 
8,831  09 
1.557  38 


4,000,402  45 


Grant 
not  used. 


$       cts 
3,925,188  96 


1,000  00 

1,164  85 

18  91 

900  00 

170  22 

3,944  50 

590  40 

621  50 


Grant 
exceeded. 


»       cts. 
2,491  46 


2,000  00 

519  04 

1,744  96 

1,000  00 

78  34 

75,000  00 


5, 400  00 

609  86 

2,433  11 

879  20 

1.250  00 
6,  091  81 

7,734  99 

1,250  00 


271  00 


1,194  75 

5,917  96 

1,500  00 

353  90 

5, 000  00 

1,110  20 
767  20 

512  50 
2,000  00 
4,504  53 

500  00 
2,, 500  00 
5,000  00 

9, 495  00 

3, 687  79 
12, 146  50 

5,916  08 


084  26 

16,168  91 

742  62 


65  90 


4,119,563  851        2,657  38 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 35 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


%      cts. 
Brought  forward. . . . ., 8, 117,408  94 


of 


H'lrbours  a^d  Rivers — Xexr  Brunswick — Con. 

Beaumont — New  wharf 

Black    River — Breakwater    pier — Renewal 
supiTstructure.  &c 

Black  River— Wharf 

Buctouche — Breakwaters  and  breastworks- 
Repairs 

Campbeliton — Deep  water  wharf — Accommo- 
dation   

Campbeliton — Old  Ferry  wharf — Headblock... 

Cape  Bald — Breakwater  pier 

Cape  Tormentine — Repairing  and  strengthening 
breakwater 

Cast  alia — Breakwater 

Chance  Harbour — Breakwater  improvements 

Chatham — Custom  House  wharf — Repairs 

Chatham — New  wharf 

Chockfish  River — E-ttension  of  breakwater  at 
mouth 

Cumming's  Cove  (Deer  Island) — Wharf... 

Dalhousie  Harbour — Breakwater 

Dalhousie  Harbour — Wharf  improvements 

Dipper  Harbour — Breakwater  extension. . . 

Dorchester — To  complete  bed  for  vessels  at 
wharf 

Eecuminac — Breakwater 

Fairhaven — Wharf  repairs 

Gardner's  Creek — Repairs  to  harbour  works 

Gooscberrj-  Cove — Breakwater 

Goose  Creek  Harbour — Breakwater 

Grande  Ansc — New  groyne 

Grandique — Wharf 

Great  .Salmon  River — New  pier  on  east  side  of 
entrance  channel  and  close  piling  on  inner  face, 
&c..  on  present  western  groyne  pier 

Green  Point — Breakwater  

Harbours.  Rivers  and  Bridges — General  repairs 
and  improvements 

Harvey  Bank — Raising  wharf 

Hopewell  Cape — New  steps  and  repairs  to  slip.. 

Kouchibouguac  HarVjour 

Lameque  Wharf — Improvements 

Leonardville  (Deer  Island) — To  complete  re- 
construction and  extension  of  wharf  and  build 
new  steps 

Lomeville — Breakwater  wharf  extension  and 
repairs 

Ix)wcr  Caraquet — Ice-breaking  blocks 

Mace's  Bay — Connection  of  pier-head  with  shore 

Mil!  Cove— Wharf 

Millcrton — Public  wharf 

Mirainichi  Baj — Dredging  ship  channel  at 
Grand  Dune  Flats,  The  Horse-shoe  and  The 
Lump 

Miscou— Wharf  extension 

Mispec — Repair.^  to  harbour  works 

Moncton — Berth  for  scows  and  repairs  to  wharf. 

Neguac— Repairs  to  and  extension  of  wharf 

N.ny  M  ills— Wliarf 

Petite  I>aineque — Wharf 

Petit  Rocher — Roadway  to  breakwater  pier 
and  repairs  to  approach 

Pointe  du  Chene — Repairs  to  stone  slope  along 
base  of  breakwater 

Pointe  Sapin — Breakwater 

Pointe  Wolfe — Improvements  to  harbour  pro- 
tection works 


1— 3|b 


Carried  forward. 


6,000  00 

2.0.50  00 
1,-500  00 

1,500  00 

25,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 

7,500  00 
5,500  00 
5,000  00 
1,800  00 
100, 000  00 

1,000  00 
2, 690  00 

27,000  00 
l,-200  00 

24,000  00 

1,000  00 
10.000  00 
2, 000  00 
2.800  00 
5.000  00 
8.000  00 
4,000  00 
6,500  00 


12,964  70 
5,000  00 

21,000  00 

1,350  00 

600  00 

4,000  00 

2, 500  00 


2,400  00 

26,000  00 

3, 100  00 

650  00 

3,700  00 

2,000  00 


150.000  00 

17,  .500  00 

850  00 

5.400  00 

2. 800  00 

13,. 500  00  : 

8,000  00 

1,000  00 

4,000  00  I 
19,200  00  i 

600  00 


S   cts. 

$   ct^. 

4,000,402  45 

4,119,563  85 

100  05 

5.899  95 

737  09 
606  52 

1,312  91 
893  48 

684  19 

815  81 

2,951  90 
1,099  52 
3,079  28 

22,048  10 
1,900  48 

245  57 

77  29 

2,413  11 

607  62 
67  05 

7,254  43 
5,422  71 
2, 586  89 
1, 192  38 
99,932  95 

413  26 
2,820  24 
7, 919  88 

557  64 
22,048  48 

564  63 
349  45 


1,423  26 
2,603  49 
4,067  50 
2,198  39 
3,200  68 


13,010  48 
98  73 

13,916  41 
12  00 
45  36 

2.450  26 

1.451  41 


2,592  49 

585  97 
3,253  00 

270  64 
1,519  46 
2,200  00 


115,206  01 

12,400  00 

802  85 

3,574  .39 

53  21 

8.795  60 

274  61 

941  60 


5S6  74 


19.080  12 

642  36 

1,951  52 

435  37 
9,650  55 
2,000  00 
1,376  74 
2,396  51 
3,932  50 
1,801  61 
3,299  32 


4,901  27 
7,083  59 


1,338  00 

554  64 

1.549  74 

1,048  59 

25,414  03 

379  36 
2, 180  54 

34,793  99 
5, 100  00 
47  15 
1,-825  61 
2,746  79 
4,704  40 
7,725  39 

5S  40 


2,910  08  ;   1,083  92 
4,940  16   14,259  84 


215  03 


384  97 


$   cts. 
2.557  36 


79  28 


130  24 


45  78 


192  49 
153  00 
200  00 


8, 682, .563  64  4,252,764  29  14,433,157  50l   3,358  15 


B— 36 


AUDITOR  GEHiEBAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income— Con. 


Brought  forward . 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  New  Brunswick — Con. 

Reiton — To  cIoBe  pile  and  repair  wharf 

Richibucto  Beach — Breakwater — Piers  on  north 
and  south  sides 

Richibucto  Cape — Breakwater  wharf 

Richibucto  Wharf — Reconstruction,  extension 
&c 

River  St.  John,  including  tributaries 

River  St.  John  and  tributaries— Construction  of 
wharfs  in  tidal  waters 

River  St.  John  and  Tributaries — To  provide 
for  contribution  to  local  government  not  to 
exceed  one-half  the  cost  of  wharfs  built  by 
them  in  tidal  waters 

Sackville— Wharf 

Seal  Cove — Construction  of  break,  &c 

Shediac — Wharf 

Shediac  Island — Wharf 

Shippegan  Harbour — Improvements  and  re- 
pairs at  Shippegan  Gully 

Spinney's  Point  (L'Etang  River) — Block 

St.  Andrew's — Repairs  and  improvements 

St.  Croix  River — Dredging 

St.  John  Harbour — Improvements,  repairs  and 
renewals 

St.  John — Partridge  Island  quarantine  wharf...: 

St.  John — To  provide  for  purchase  and  improve- 
ments of  property  for  wharfs  for  accommoda- 
tion of  Government  vessels j 

St.  Louis — Dredging  of  channel  and  construc-j 
tion  of  training  walls i 

St.  Paul  (Lower  Caraquet) — Wharf I 

Stonehaven— Rapairs  to  breakwater  pier I 

Tracadie — Wharf  repairs I 

Tracadie  Harbour — To  build  additional  andi 
repair  old  breastworks 

Trynor's  Cove — New  wharf I 

Tynemouth  Creek — Harbour  improvement. . 

Upper  Salmon  River — Breakwater 

Woodlands — New  wharf 


Grant. 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  Maritime  Provinces  generaUy~ 

To  purchase  creosoted  timber  for  works  in  the 

Maritime  Provinces  generally 

Harbours  and  Rivers,  Quebec — 
-■Vngers    (L'Ange    Gardien)— Wharf    on    River 

Ottawa 

Anse  a  la  Barbe — Breakwater  extension 

Anse  aux  Canards — Breakwater 

Anse  aux  Gascons — Wharf  repairs 

Ayiraer — Wharf  on  Lake  De.-^chcnes 

Bale  St.  Paul — Repairs  to  wharf  at  Cap  aux 

Corbeaux 

Barachois  de  Malbaie — Training  pier 

Beaulac  (Garthby)— Wharf  extension 

Beauport — Wharf  repairs 

Bergeronnes — Wharf  extension 

Berthierville — Wharf 

Bic    Harbour    {Pointe   a   Cote)— Wharf   outer 

section 

Bic  Harbour — Repairs  to  old  wharf 

Bonaventure  River — Extension  of  training  pier. 
Cabano — Landing  pier  on  west  side  of  Lake 

Temiscouata 

Cacouna — Head  block 

Carried  forward 


$   cts. 
8,682,363  64 


3,000  00 

25,000  00 
15,000  00 

25,500  00 
6,000  00 

40,000  00 


7,191  70 
25,000  00 

1,000  00 
14,000  00 

3, 000  00 

3,000  00 

500  00 

4,300  00 

7,500  00 

25,000  00 
2,500  00 


50,000  00 

1,000  00 
4,000  00 
1,000  00 
3,000  00 

900  00 
2,600  00 

600  00 
5,250  00 
2,. 300  00 


20,000  00 


1,000  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 
3,000  00 
8,000  00 

3,200  00 
4,500  00 
3,000  00 
1,600  00 
1,000  00 
15,000  00 

37,200  00 

1,000  00 

16,000  00 

3,500  00 
2,000  00 


9,090,705  34 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


$       cts, 
4,252,764  29 


1,122  01 

10,045  20 
8,076  82 

9,226  98 
4,596  74 

3,370  27 


5,958  92 

18, 199  50 

191  06 

13,936  38 

122  46 

2,988  68 


1,846 


23,570  12 

842  81 


416  67 
2,232  00 
1,000  31 
1,864  78 

675  16 

2, 134  53 

555  17 

174  60 

2,293  68 


1,029  11 
30  61 

295  82 
1,777  27 
6,617  36 

2,631  53 
1,814  29 
3,06,S  36 
673  25 
502  08 
3,371  13 

29,403  46 

999  88 

14,512  28 

2,486  29 
1,134  75 


$   cts. 
4,433,157  50 


1,877  99 

14,954  80 
6,923  18 

16,273  02 
1,403  26 

36,029  73 


1,232  78 

6,800  50 

808  94 

63  62 

2,877  54 

11  32 

500  00 
2,453  04 
7,500  00 

1,429  88 
1,657  19 


50,000  00 


583  33 
1,768  00 


1,135  22 

224  84 

465  47 

44  83 

5,075  40 

6  32 


20,000  00 


4,969  39 
4,704  18 
1,222  73 
1,382  04 

568  47 
2,685  71 


926  75 

497  92 

11,628  87 

7,796  54 

0  12 

1,487  72 

1,013  71 

865  25 


4,438,553  57  |4, 655, 607  70 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 37 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Ineomc— Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


$ 


cts. 


Brought  forward . 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  Quebec — Continued — 
Cannes  des  Roches   (Corner  of  the  Beach) — 

Extension  of  breakwater 

Cap  a  I'Aigle — Wharf  extension 

Cape  C  "ovt — Extension  of  landing  pier 

Cap  C  liattc — To  extend  training  pier 

Cap  St.  Ignace — Wharf  extension 

Caplan  River— Repairs  to  training  pier 

Carleton^W  harf  repairs 

Chateauguay — Wharf  on  South  shore  of  Lake 

St.  Louis  between  Woodland  and  Bellevue 

Chateau  Richer — Breakwater  extension 

Chicoutinii — Wharf  extension  and  repairs 

Chicoutimi  Basin — Wharf 

Clarke  City  (Seven  Islands) — Wharf 

Contrecocur — W  hart 

Cotcau  du  Lac — Wharf  repairs 

Coteau  Landing— Wharf 

Desjardins — Repairs  to  wharf 

Douglastuwn — Breakwater  extension 

Escuminac — W'harf 

Fabre — Raising  whari — 

Fassett — Wharf  on  River  Ottawa 

Fort  William — Wharf  on  River  Ottawa 

Fraserville — Wharf  and  Dredging 

Gasp6 — Deep  water  wharf 

Georgeville  Wharf — Repairs  and  renewals 

Graham — Wharf  repairs 

Grande  Decharge  (St.  Joseph  d'Alma) — Guard 

pier 

Grand  Mechin — Repairs  to  wharf  and  approach 

Grand  Mcchins — Wharf  extension 

Grand  Riviere  (Gaspe) — Repairs  to  wharf  and 

approach 

Grand  Vallee — Restoration  of  breakwater  pier. 
Grostse  Isle  Quarantine  Station  Wharf — Repairs 

and  extension 

Grosse    Roche,    on    Saguenay — Extension    to 

wharf ' 

Harbours,    Rivers   and    Bridges — General   re- 
pairs and  improvements 

Harrington   Harbour— Wharf  on  north   shore 

Gulf  of  St.  Lawrence 

Hudson — Repairs  to  wharf  and  roadway 

Isle  aux  C'oudres — Head  block  to  wharf 

Isle  aux  Noix — Repairs  to  wharf. .' 

Isle  Bonavcnture — Breakwater 

Isle  Vertt — Repairs  to  wharf 

Isle  Verte,  north^jast   side  of  river — Comple- 
tion of  protection  work 

Kamouraska — Addition  to  wharf 

Lac  aux  Ecorces,   Kiamika   River— Wharf  at 

Baic  Creusc 

Lacolle — Wharf  repairs 

Lake  .^ylmer — Wharf  at  Stratford  Centre... 

Lake  Massawippi— Wharf 

Lanoraie — Wharf  extension 

La  Pas.se — Landing  piers  on  River  Ottawa... 
Laprairic — Reconstruction  of  superstructure  of 

wharf  and  approach 

L'Assomption— Wharf 

Laurin— Ice  piers 

Lavaltrie — To  provide  for  movable  storehouse 

on  wharf  head-block 

Le  Petit   Debarquement,   north  shore  of  St 

Lawrence — Wharf 

Lea  Eboulcmcnts — Repairs  to  wharf  and  shed. 


9,090,705  34 


2,000  00 
18,000  00 
7,000  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 
1,000  00 
2,000  00 

8,500  00 

3,000  00 

10,000  00 

2,400  00 

15,000  00 

3,000  00 

500  00 

3,000  00 

900  00 

5,000  00 

3,000  00 

3,000  00 

8,000  00 

9,000  00 

70,000  00 

150,000  00 

2,000  00 

800  00 

2,000  00 
1,500  00 
8,000  00 

10,000  00 
17,000  00 

62,000  00 

3,000  00 

50,000  00 

2,000  00 
1,600  00 
5,000  00 
1,400  00 
2,000  00 
2,300  00 

2,. 500  00 
6,500  00 

1,300  00 
500  00 
0,500  00 
5,000  00 
6,700  00 
1,000  00 

8,000  00 
4,500  00 
3,000  00 

700  00 

14,000  00 
5,. 500  00 


$   cts. 
4,438,553  57 


1,428  60 

14  07 

430  84 


233  79 

850  11 

1,680  75 

7,716  19 
2,357  36 
8,817  S3 
1,102  69 


3,091  85 
505  61 

2,993  57 
376  60 

1,673  36 


673  21 

7,632  05 

5,070  05 

1,143  32 

71,041  31 

807  89 

759  38 


617  78 


4,410  26 
6,198  53 

2,422  89 

1,248  99 

49,. 334  37 

387  68 
598  78 


cts. 


4,655,607  70 


571  40 

17,985  93 

6,563  IB 

5,000  00 

4,766  21 

149  89 

319  25 

783  81 

642  64 

1,182  17 

1,297  31 

15,000  00 


1,391  06 
1,812  10 
2,298  85 

1,021  83 


485  68 
3,060  00 
2,322  93 


4,442  78 

917  02 

3,120  00 


17  80 
,138  93 


6  43 

523  40 

3,326  64 

3,000  00 

2,926  79 

367  95 

3,929  95 

68,856  68 

78,958  69 

1,132  11 

40  62 

2,000  00 
882  22 

8.000  00 

5,589  74 
10,801  47 

59,577  11 

1,751  01 

665  63 

1,612  32 

1.001  22 
5,000  00 

8  44 

187  90 

1  15 

1,478  17 
6,500  00 

1,300  00 
14  32 
3,440  00 
2,077  07 
6,700  00 
1,000  00 

3,557  22 
3,582  98 


700  00 

13,982  14 
1,361  07 


3,455  93 


91  85 
5  61 


120  00 


Carried  forward 9,661,905  34     4,649,268  82  15,016,309  91 


3,673  39 


B— 38 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  norks:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward . 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  Quebec — Continued. 

Lotbiniere  Wharf — Repairs  and  renewals 

Lower  St.  Lawrence — Removal  of  boulders.. 
Magdalen  Islands — Breakwaters  and  piers.... 

Maria — Wharf  entension 

Maria — Wharf  repairs 

Matane — Protection  pier  on  east  side  of  outlet 

of  Matane  River 

Matane — Wharf  repairs 

Mille  Vaches — Removal  of  boulders  from  chan- 
nel   

Mistassini — Wharf  extension 

Mistook  (St.  C'oeur  de  Marie) — Closing  space 
between  piers  at  outer  end  of  block  and  span 

wharf 

Montebello — Wharf  on  River  Ottawa 

Montmagny — Additions  to  wharf  at  rear  end 

of  basin 

Murray  Bay  Wharf — Enlargement  and  repairs. . 
Natashquan — Breakwater  pier  on  north  shore 

of  St.  LawTence 

New  Richmond — Landing  pier — extension... 

Nicolet — Extension  of  Jetty 

Norway  Bay — Wharf  on  River  Ottawa 

Notre  Dame  du  Portage — Repairs  to  wharf. 

Papineauville — Wharf  on  River  Ottawa 

Paapebiac  East  (Portage)— Breakwater 

Peel  Head  Bay — Repairs  and  renewals  to  wharf 

and  approach 

Pentecost  Bay — Dredging 

Peribonka — Wharf  and  shed 

Petit  Cap — Breakwater 

Petite  Riviere  Saguenay — Wharf  on  west  side 

near  mouth  of  river 

Pich^  Point — Ice  breakers  and  raising  wharf. . .. 
Pointe  a  Brousseau — Harbour  protection  works 

Pointe  aux  Esquimaux — Wharf  repairs 

Pointe  Claire — Wharf  repairs 

Pointe  Platon  Wharf 

Pointe  Daniel — Wharf  Repairs 

Rimouski — Breakwater  wharf 

Rimouski  Wharf — Repairs  and  improvements 
Rimouski — Extension  of  waterworks  to  wharf 
Riv.  k  la  Pipe — To  close  span  in  wharf,  repairs, 

&c 

Riv.  aux  Vases  Wharf 

Riv.  Baude  Wharf 

Riv.  des  Prairies — Improvement  of  navigation 
Riv.  des  Prairies — Renewals  and  repairs  to  Isle 

Bizard  and  Ste.  Genevieve  piers 

Riv.  des  Vases — Wharf  extension 

Riv.  du  Loup  (Fraserville) — Repairs  and  renew- 
als to  wharf 

Riv.  L'Achigan — Ice  breaker 

Riv.  Laguerre — Improvements 

Riv.  L'Assomption-Ice  breaker  pier  at  L'Ass- 

omption  Village 

Riv.  Ouelle  Wharf — Repairs  and  improvements 
Riv.  Peribonka  and  Mistassini — Training  dykes 

&c 

Riv.  Richelieu — Improvements 

Riv.  Saguenay — Dredging  and  other  improve- 
ments     

Riv.  Sault  au  Mouton — Removal  of  boulders  at 

entrance  of  harbour. 

Riv.  St.  Lawrence — Protection  wall  along  south 
shore  between  Laprairie  and  Little  St.  James 
River 


t         Ct3. 

1,661,905  34 


600  00 

1,500  00 

10,000  00 

11,000  00 

1,500  00 

30,000  00 
1,600  00 

1,500  00 
1,500  00 


600  00 
10,000  00 

6,000  00 
40,000  00 

20.000  00 
6,000  00 
3,000  00 

11,000  00 
1,200  00 
9,400  00 
9,. 301  94 

1,250  00 

10,000  00 

1,.500  00 

4,000  00 

600  00 
4,500  00 
4,000  00 
2,000  00 

600  00 
10,000  00 
2,000  00 
7,000  00 
8,000  00 
6,000  00 

1,000  00 

2,000  00 

500  00 

30,000  00 

9,000  00 
1,000  00 

4,500  00 

5,000  00 

15, 000  00 

6,500  00 
4,500  00 

5,000  00 
75,000  00 

80,000  00 

1,000  00 


7,000  00 


Carried  forward 10.146,057  28     4,900,708  15   5,249,104  93        3,765  80 


i      cts. 
4,649,268  82 


172  36 

1,121  85 

7,089  26 

10,114  00 

1,076  99 

29,999  98 
1,579  47 

626  91 
1,477  76 


283  49 
7,518  60 

5,577  38 
553  07 

12,909  50 
1,331  60 
1,200  00 
8,382  43 
486  02 
8,420  08 
9,179  44 


872  91 
188  92 

249  41 

,693  73 

,509  41 

228  54 

610  47 


1,680  62 

397  37 

7,587  40 


985  75 
2,071  94 

272  10 
4,295  37 

8,881  57 
416  20 

1,752  81 

212  18 
8,593  95 

4,547  00 
3,041  85 

2,041  24 
25,439  14 

63, 354  43 

416  84 


S   eta. 
5,016,309  91 


427  64 
378  15 
2,910  74 
886  00 
423  01 

02 

20  53 

873  09 
22  24 


316  51 
2,481  40 

422  62 
39.446  93 

7,090  50 

4,668  40 

1,800  00 

2,617  57 

713  98 

979  92 

122  50 

1,250  00 
10,000  00 


627  09 
3,813  08 

350  59 
1,806  27 
2,490  59 
1,771  46 

10,000  00 
319  38 

6,602  63 
412  60 

6,000  00 

14  25 

227  90 
25,704  63 

118  43 
583  80 

2,747  19 

4,787  82 
6,406  05 

1,953  00 
1,458  15 

2, 958  76 
49,560  86 

16,  645  58 

583  16 

$   cts. 
3,673  39 


7,000  00 


APPROPRIATIOK  ACCOUNTS 


B— 39 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Coa. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward. 


$       cts. 
10,146,057  23 


Harbours  and  Rkers,  Quebec — Concluded. 
Riv.  St.  La«Tonce — Continuation  of  protection 
wall  from  Little  St.  James  River  northward 
Riv.  Verte — Extension  of  wharf,  on  west  side  of 

river  near  its  mouth,  northward 

Roberval  Breakwater 

Ruisseau  4  Loutres — Harbour  improvements. . 
Kuisscau  a  Som — Pier  and  removal  of  boulders 

Ruisiieau  le  Blanc  — Wharf  extension 

f'abrevois  Wharf — Repairs  and  renewals 

.^ault   Montmorency — Protection  work — 

Shigawake — Complete  flooring,  &c  of  wharf. . 
.Sliigawake — Extension  of  breakwater  wharf 
Sorcl — Breakwater  of  pilework  and  stone  filling 

oppos-ite  Elizabeth  St 

.Sore! — Completion  of  reconstruction  of  ice  piers 

Sorel — Deep  water  wharf 

Sorel  High  Level  Deep  Water  Wharf — Interest 
accrued  at  5  p.  c.  to  be  paid  to  contractor  J.  E 
Beauclicmin  on  delayed  payments  in  conncc 
tion  with  his  contract  of  .\ug.  7th.  1907,  for  the 
construction  of  an   additional  front   to  this 

wharf 

St.  Aime — Wharf  and  warehouse 

.St.  Alexis,  Ha  Ha  Bay — Wharf  extension  — 
St.  Alphonse  de  Bagotville — Repairs  to  wharf 
.St.  Andr4  de  Kamouraska — W'harf  extension 
St.  Andre  de  Kamouraska — Wharf  repairs.. 

St.  Andrews— Wharf  on  North  River 

St.  Anicet — Wharf  repairs 

Ste.  Anne  de  Bellevue — Freight  shed 

Ste.  Anne  de  la  Pocatidre — Wharf  extension. . 
Ste.  .\nne  de  la  Pocati^rc — Wharf  repairs. .  . . 
Ste  Anne  des  Monts — Harbour  improvements 

at  mouth  of  Grande  Riviere  Ste.  AJine 

St.  Antoine  de  Tilly  Wharf 

Charles  de  Caplan — Extension  of  wharf . . 

.  Croix  Wharf 

Eloi — Wharf  extension 

Emilc  (Leclercville) — Addition  to  isolated 

pier  and  connection  with  shore 

Ste.  Familli' — Extension  of  wharf 

Ste.  F61icitc  Wharf 

St.  Francois  (North),  L  O— Urgent  repairs  and 

renewals 

St.    Francois — Repairs   and   improvements   to 

wharf 

St.    Francois    Regis— Wharf   on   cast   side   of 

Kiamika  River 

.St.  Georges  de  Malbaie — Breakwater 

.St .  G6rard — Icebreaker 

St..GcKlfroi — Wharf  extension 

St.  Ignace  de  Loyola  East — Beach  protection 

works  and  repairs  to  wharf 

.St .  Joan  des  Chaillons  Wharf — Approach,  freight 

shed.  <&c ^. , 

Ste.  Jeanne  de  Lisle  Perrot  Wharf '. 

St.  Jerome  Wharf — Urgent  repairs 

St.  Joseph  de  Letellier  Wharf. 

St .  Joseph  de  Sorel — Wharf  on  west  side  of  Riv 

Richelieu 

Ste.  Luce  Wharf 

Majorique — Approach  to  public  wharf. . . 
Marc — Repairs  to  wharf  and  ice-breaker. 
Maurice  River — Dredging  eastern  channel. 

Roche  Wharf 

.Simeon — Wharf  repairs 

Valier — Wharf  extension 


St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 


St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
6t. 


20,000  00 

1,500  00 
3.000  00 
1.200  00 
2,000  00 
4,000  00 
2,000  00 
5,000  00 
300  00 
10,000  00 

1,500  00 

700  00 

10,000  00 


76S  97 
3,000  00 
6,000  00 
2,000  00 
10.500  00 
1,200  00 
3,500  00 
2,500  00 
1,150  00 
6, 700  00 

500  00 

7,500  00 

3,000  00 

12,000  00 

28,000  00 

1,000  00 

20,000  00 

20.000  00 

3.000  00 

4,700  00 

1,100  00 

2,500  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 

2,500  00 

2,200  00 
5,000  00 
4,000  00 
19,900  00 

10,000  00 

2,000  00 

5,000  00 

500  00 

30,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 

10,000  00 


S       cts. 
4,900,703  51 


12.323  30 


$       cts. 
5,249,104  93 


014  90 

2,9J4  84  I 

501  S7 

400  00 


1,279  81 


8, 467  84 

1,369  60 

795  14 

10,338  35 


768  97 


3,779  32 
1,261  46 
4,374  95 
1,020  48 
1,553  21 
2,496  77 
197  42 


7,066  13 


11.998  00 

10,751  25 

9S0  58 

18,757  50 

12,621  56 

89  20 

4,719  12 

899  54 


1,016  92 
202  30 
202  56 

2, 605  00 

755  75  ! 


2,247  66 
7, 169  50 

860  00 

45  64 

4,944  60 

398  37 

22,682  80 


2,117  78 
1,327  45 


Carried  forward 10,459,976  25     5,069,713  59    5,394,579  07         4.316  41 


7,676  70 

8S5  10 
5  16 

608  13 
1,600  00 
4,000  00 

720  19 
5,000  00 

300  00 
1,532  16 

130  40 


3,000  00 
2, 220  68 

738  54 

6, 125  05 

•  179  52 

1,941  79 

3  23 

952  53 
6, 700  00 

500  00 

433  87 

3,000  00 

2  00 

17,248  75 

19  42 

1,242  50 
7,378  44 
2,910  80 


200  46 

2,. 500  00 
3,983  08 
4,797  70 
4,797  44 


1,444  25 

5,000  00 

1,752  34 

12,730  50 

9,140  00 

1,9.54  36 

55  40 

101  63 
7,317  20 
3,000  00 

882  22 
8,672  55 


t       cU. 

3,755  80 


95  14 
338  35 


19  12 


108  00 


B— 40 


AUDITOR  OENERAL-S  REPORT,  1011-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward. 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  Quebec — Concluded. 

Tadoussac — Wharf  on  south  cast  side  of  Tadous- 
sac  Island 

Three  Lakes — Repairs  to  wharf  and  approach. . 

Three  Rivers  Harbour — Deep  water  wharf  at 
west  end  of  harbour 

Trois  Pistoles  River  Harbour — Breakwater 
pier 

\'aHcyfield — Wharf  at  Valleyfield  Bay 


$       cts. 
10,459,976  25 


2.3,000  00 
600  00 

115,000  00 

4,000  00 
6,000  00 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  Ontario — 

Bayfield — Repairs  to  piers 

Beaumaris  Wharf 

Belle  River — Dredging  turning  basin  at  outer 
end  of  harbour  channel  and  protecting  it  with 

close  piling 

Besserer's  Grove  Wharf 

Blind  River — Repairs  to  dock 

Bowmanville  Harbour — Repairs  to  east  pier.. 

Brighton — Wharf 

Brockville — Extension  of  Tunnel  Bay  Dock .... 
Bronte  Harbour— Repairs  to  wharf  and  approach 
Burlington  Beach  Canal — Deepening  and  widen- 
ing  

Burlington  Channel  Piers 

Byng  Inlet — Improvements 

Cache  Bay — Wharf  on  Lake  Nipissing 

Cobourg — To  repair  and  reconstruct  super.struc- 

ture  on  cast  pier  at  north  end 

Colchester — Extension  of  wharf  on  Lake  Erie. . 

Dawson  Point — Raising  dock 

Detroit  River — Protection  of  east  bank  in  the 

Township  of  Maiden 

Dryden  Wharf 

French     River,     Lake     Nipissing — Regulating 

works  at  outlets 

Goderich — Harbour  improvements 

Goderich — In  full  and  final  settlement  of  claim 
of  Mrs.  Madigan  in  connection  with  the  con^ 
tract  of  the  late  Luke  Madigan  for  construc- 
tion of  a  breakwater 

Gravcnhurst — Wharf  on  Lake  Muskoka 

Haileybury — Harbour  improvements 

Hamilton — Harbour  improvements 

Harbours,  Rivers  and  Bridges — General  repairs 

and  improvements 

Huntsville — Wharf  extension 

Kincardine — Extension  of  pier 

Kincardine — Repairs  to  piers 

Kingston — Harbour  improvement - 

Kingston,   Royal  Military  College — Renewing 

wharfs ] 

Kingsville — Repairs  to  piers 

Lakeport — Reconstruction  of  wharf 

Lake  Nipissing — Improvement  of  navigable 
channel  in  west  arm  leading  through  Shanty 

Lake  to  Monetville .• 

La  Passe— Wharf 

Lion's  Head — Dock  extension  and  pier 

L'Orignal — Repairs  to  wharf  and  freight  shed. . 
McGregor's  Creek— To  pay  W.  F.  Smith  $2,500, 
O'Keefe  &  Drew  $320,  and  the  executors  of  the 
Poile  Estate  $15,000,  in  full  and  final  settle- 
ment of  all  claims  for  losses  sustained  owing 
to  damages  caused  to  their  properties  in  the] 
City  of  Chatham  by  dredging  performed  in 
the  creek  by  a  government  dredge 


Carried  forward 11,423,796  25     5,417,031  1 


$   cts. 
5,069,713  59 

14,606  50 


3,800  00 
20,000  00 


5,450  00 

7, 500  00 
550  00 

6,000  00 
12,000  00 
15,000  00 

1,.500  00 

100,000  00 

17.000  00 

21,000  00 

5,000  00 

6,000  00 

16,000  00 

800  00 

4,000  00 
1,000  00 

17,000  00 
291,000  00 


5,000  00 
14,000  00 
18,500  00 

66,000  00 

40,000  00 
3,000  00 

10,000  00 
1,500  00 

50,000  00 

15,000  00 
10,000  00 
15,500  00 


3,500  00 
1,300  00 
6,000  00 
1,000  00 


4, 320  00 


72,778  22 
3,988  76 


3,584  42 
3,951  34 


123  26 


6,874  00 

11,401  08 

659  92 

1,4.50  00 

1,327  39 

8,859  35 

112  47 

60  75 

10,024  49 

13  05 

1,333  00 
455  12 

6, 282  .35 
84  744  66 


5,000  00 

6,52S  05 

S.729  25 

23,438  00 

28,604  83 

2,951  .58 

334  19 

1,499  44 

432  65 

3,. 576  .34 

9,9.39  87 

15,504  82 


2,223  78 


693  79 
910  21 


4,320  00 


$   cts. 
5,394,579  07 


8,393  50 
600  00 

42,221  78 

11  24 
6,000  00 


215  58 
16,048  66 


5,450  00 
7,376  74 

550  00 
6,000  00 
5, 126  00 
3,598  92 

840  08 

98, 550  00 

15,672  61 

12,140  65 

4,887  53 

5,939  25 

5,975  51 

786  95 

2,667  00 
544  88 

10,717  65 
206,255  34 


7,471  35 

9,770  75 

42,562  00 

11,395  17 

48  42 

9,665  81 

0  56 

49,. 567  35 

11,423  66 
60  13 


1,276  22 
1,300  00 
5,.306  21 


6,011,086  36 


$   cts. 
4,316  41 


4  82 


4,321  23 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUyTfi 


B— 41 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


cts. 


cts. 


Brought  forward !ll,423,796  25i   5,417,031  12 


Harbours  and  Riicrs,  Ontario — Concluded. 

.\Ieaford — Clossing  of  eastern  entrance,  and  re- 
nioval  of  *'L"  of  inner  oheeli water 

Michipicoten.  Lake  Superior — Wliarf  on  Michi- 
picoten  River 

.Montreal  River — Improvements  above  Latch- 
ford 

Montreal  River — Removal  of  boulders  in  Flat 
Rapids 

.Mount  Julian — Dock  extension 

Xew  Liskeard — Harbour  improvements 

North  Bay — Breakwater. 

Oakville — Harbour  improvements 

Owen  Sound  Harbour  improvements — To  repair 
sheet  piling  on  west  side  of  harbour 

Owen  Sound — Harbour  improvement 

Paincourt — Wharf 

Pelee  Island,  North  Bay  Wharf — Extension  and 
repairs 

Pelcc  Island — Repairs  to  west  dock  warehouse 
and  approach 

Pembroke — Repairs  to  wharf  and  approach. . 

Peterborough — Wharf 

Petewawa — Repairs  and  reconstruction  of  pier- 
head   

Picnic  Islands — Improvement  of  northern  chan- 
n(-I  in  Georgian  Bay 

Port  Bruce — Extension  of  west  pier  and  repairs 
to  east  and  west  piers 

Port  Bruce — West  pier 

Port  Burwell — Harbour  improvements 

Port  Colborne — To  pay  contractor  M.  J.  Hogan 
for  extra  stone  placed  in  protection  talus 

Port  Elgin — Repairs  to  and  renewal  of  pier  and 
con-struction  of  groyne 

Port  Hope — Repairs  to  piers — New  superstruc- 
ture on  counterfort  on  west  side  of  harbour  and 
general  repairs 

Port  Rowan — Repairs  and  renewals  to  pier  and 
removal  of  obstructions  in  channel 

Port  Stanley — Harbour  improvement 

Providence  Bay,  Manitoulin  Island — Wharf  ex- 
tension  

Providence  Bay  Wharf — W.irehousc  built  on 
stone  embankment,  protected  by  Cribwork. . 

Rainy  River— Improvements  at  Long  Sault 
Rapids 

Rainy  River — Improvements  at  mouth 

Red  Bay— Wharf 

River  St.  Lawrence — Improvement  of  Canadian 
channel  between  Kingston  and  Brockville 

Ri^er  .Sydenham — .Sjcond  outlet  from  Chenal 
Ecarte  to  Mitchell's  Bay — Protection  of  banks 
at  Martin  Island  with  pile-work 

River  Thames — Removal  of  obstructions,  &c. . 

Rondeau — Harbour  improvements 

Rosseau — Wharf  repairs ; 

Sarnia  Bay — Improvements 

Saugeen  River — Repairs  to  north  and  south 
piers 

Sault  Ste.  Marie — Improvements  to  old  Plum- 
mcr  wharf  and  approacli 

Sault  Ste.  Marie  Wharf — Addition  to  return  on 
west  side , 

Sheguiandah,  Manitoulin  Island — Repairing 
damage  to  wharf  caused  by  ice-shovea,  Ac 

Smyth  Wharf— Elk  Lake— Repairs , 


34,000  00 

19,000  00 

50,000  00 

3,000  00 
2,800  UO 
18,000  00 
5,000  00 
2,117  94 

6,000  00 

25,000  00 

2,  ISO  00 

10,000  00 

1,000  00 

3,500  00 

20,000  00 

4,500  00 

61,000  00 

1,000  00 

2,400  00 

50,000  00 

2,673  60 

5,300  00 

5,000  00 

7,000  00 
60,000  00 

10,000  00 

3,650  00 

50,000  00 

60,000  00 

2,000  00 

60,000  00 

1,000  00 

4,500  00 

105.000  00 

650  00 

50,000  00 

1,000  00 

11,100  00 

13.000  00 

4,000  00 
.500  00 


Carried  forward 12,200,637  79  5,839,855  99  6,. 365, 624  59    4,842,79 


717  87 
18,747  00 
15,>43  13 

3S2  34 
2,7S4  40 
3,419  85 

135  10 
2,117  31 

1,190  82 
488  57 

8,704  00 

927  67 

3, 143  .38 

20,311  02 

2,355  18 
60,993  82 

2,126  27 
49,947  60 

2,673  60 

3,864  58 

2,039  23 

3,863  01 
8,, 595  80 

206  91 


3,483  69 

59,697  66 

142  62 

24,244  59 


1,772  10 

101,978  14 

271  49 

1,029  50 

989  71 

226  37 

13, 134  80 


575  14 


$   cts. 
6,011,086  35 


33,282  13 

253  00 

34,456  87 

2,617  66 

15  60 

14,580  15 

4,864  90 

0  63 

4,809  18 

24.511  43 

2, 150  00 

1,296  00 

72  33 
356  62 


2, 144  82 

6  18 

1,273  73 

52  40 

1,435  42 

2,960  77 

3.136  99 
51,404  20 

9,793  09 

3,650  00 

46,516  31 

302  34 

1,857  38 

35,755  41 


1,000  00 

2,727  90 

3,021  86 

378  51 

48,970  50 

10  29 

10,873  63 


4,000  00 


cts. 


4,321  23 


311  62 


134  80 
75  14 


B— 42 


AUDITOR  OEXERIL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works :  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


GraJit 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward 

Harbours  and  Rivers,  Ontario — Conoluded. 

Southampton — Harbour  improvements 

South  Nation  River — Improvement  of  water- 
way   

Spanish — Wharf 

Sturgeon  Falls — Dock 

Summcrstown — Wharf  repairs 

The.ssalon^Breakwiitor 

Thornbury — Harbour  improvements 

Thornbury — Repairs  to  wharf 

Toronto — Harbour  improvements 

Toronto  Harbour — In  full  and  final  settlement 
of  claim  of  R.  Weddell  &  Co.  for  overtow  in 
connection  with  their  contract  for  the  con- 
struction of  a  new  western  entrance  to  Toronto 
Harbour 

Two  Creeks  Harbour  (Wheatley) — Breakwater 

Whitby — Harbour  improvements 

Wiarton — Extension  of  breakwater  pier 

Windsor — Landing  dock 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  Manitoba — 
Fairford  River — To  pay  claim  of  F.  Lemoine 

for  extra  w'ork  with  interest  accrued  at  5  p.  c 

per  annum 

Gimli — Wharf  extension 

Harbours,  Rivers  and  Bridges — General  repairs 

and  improvements 

Lake  Winnipeg  Wharfs 

Red  River — Protection  of  new  entrance  channel 

at  mouth 

Red   River — St.   Andrew's  Lock  and   Dam — 

Additional  amount  to  complete  payments. 
Red  River — St.  Andrew's  Dam — Construction 

of  approaches 

St.  Andrew's  Rapids — Fish-way 

St.  Andrew's  Rapids — Raising  road.  &c 

Victoria  ISeach  Bay  Harbour — Breakwater  and 

wharf 

Winnipeg  Beach  Harbour — Protection  pier  on 

Lake  Winnipeg 


12, 200,  e.?:  79 


Harbours  and  Rivers,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta — 

Athabaska  River — Removal  of  boulders  and 
deepening  channel  through  sand  and  gravel 
bars 

Edmonton — Wharf 

Harbours,  Rivers  and  Bridges — General  repairs 
and  improvements 

Last  Mountain  Lake — Improvement  of  navig- 
able route 

Lgist  Mountain  Lake  Navigable  Route — Settle- 
ment of  claims  for  land  damages  resulting  from 
con.struction  of  Craven  Dam  to  improve  navi- 
gation, inclusive  of  interest  accrued  at  5  p.  c. 
per  annum  on  delayed  payments 

Lesser  Slave  River — Urgent  provisional  im- 
provements  

North  Saskatchewan  River — Removal  of  boul- 
ders at  Prince  .'Albert 

Prince  Albert — Wharf 

Surveys  of  rapids.  &c.,  on  North  and  South 
Saskatchewan  Rivers  and  other  navigable 
streams 


Carried  forward . . 


3,000  00 


1, 


,000  00 

,200  00 

750  00 

, 200  00 

13,600  00 

20,. 500  00 

4,000  00 

185,000  00 


25,. 308  92 
10,000  00 
20,000  00 
14,390  00 
30,000  00 


6.709  12 
7,000  00 

8,000  00 
10,000  00 

10,000  00 

19,385  00 

63,000  00 
5,060  00 
1,000  00 

12,000  00 

20,000  00 


15,000  00 
10,000  00 

20,000  00 

9,000  00 


34,231  61 

8,000  00 

15,000  00 
15,000  00 

35,000  00 


$   cts. 
5,839,855  99 

986  69 

1,268  28 

17  8S 

706  54 

1,220  00 

4,147  92 

15,722  48 

3,619  09 

113,455  13 


25,368  92 

320  63 

20,065  20 

11,026  25 

333  68 


6,709  12 
4,604  36 

6,351  07 
1,856  59 

9,999  72 


23,019  39 


.  12,863,0.32  44 


S   cts. 
6,365,624  59 

2,013  31 

2,731  72 

7,182  12 

43  46 


175  94 


10,415  80    9,584  20 


6,272  44 
41  24 

10,222  59 

5,629  76 


23,961  46 

3,792  OS 

3,509  83 
11,. 380  68 

32,104  71 


6,198,161  46  6,669,798  97 


9,452  08 

4,777  52 

380  91 

71,544  87 


9,679  37 


3,363  75 

29,666  32 


2,395  64 

1,648  93 
8,143  41 

0  28 


65,425  61 


11,824  06 


8,727  5B 
9,958  76 

9,777  41 

3.370  24 


10,270  15 

4,207  92 

11,490  17 
3,619  32 

2,895  29 


APPROPRlATWy  ACCOUNTS 


B— 43 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Work^:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

$       cts. 

12,863,032  44 

5,000  00 

25,000  00 
5,000  00 
7,. 500  00 

17,500  00 

6,000  00 

33,500  00 

1,000  00 

200.000  00 

16,000  00 
42.  500  00 
34,500  00 

13,500  00 
1,500  00 

11,115  00 

5,000  00 
1,500  00 
3,500  00 
3,500  00 
3,500  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 
3,500  00 
1,000  00 
5,000  00 
7,500  00 

7,000  00 

3,500  00 

55,000  00 
54,. 500  00 
3,  .500  00 
5,000  00 
16,000  00 
5,000  00 
2,. 500  00 
2,  .500  00 

28,000  00 
1,500  00 

20,000  00 
3,000  00 

10,000  00 
5,000  00 

t       cts. 
6,198,161  46 

$       cts. 
6,669,798  97 

5,000  00 

4,009  79 
4,2.57  49 
7,392  78 
10.S47  17 

6,000  00 

14,iJ40  60 

1,000  00 

199,034  65 

3,279  39 
15,474  86 
13,816  30 

S      cU. 
4,927  99 

Harbours  and  Rirers,  XAV.  Territories — 
Harbours,  Rivers  and  Bridges — General  repairs 
and  improvements  ..               

Harbours  and  Rivers,  British  Columbia^ 

Arrow  Lakes — Improvement  at  narrows 

Bamfi.Md— West  shore,  Vancouver  Island 

Bcswell  — Wharf    ..                                 

20,990  21 
742  51 
107  22 . 
6,652  83 

Columbia  River — Suney  from  boundary  with 
view  to  determine  cost  of  rendering  river 

Columbia  and  Kootenay  Rivers — Wharfs 

18,859  40 

Frascr  River— Construction  of  training  pier 

Fraser    River    Improvements — Reconstruction 
and  repairing  dams  at  Xicomen  .Slough 

365  35 

12,720  61 
27,025  14 
20,683  70 

13,524  36 
1,452  95 

11,115  00 
4,999  16 

Fraser  and  Thompson  Rivers— Wharfs 

Harbours,    Rivers   and    Bridges — General   re- 
pairs and  improvements                                .   . 

24  36 

Hardy  Bay — Wharf  renewals 

Harrison  River  Improvements — To  pay  Brooks 
Scanlon  Lumber  Co.  for  outlay  and  to  com- 
plete works  ..          ... 

47  05 

HoUyburn.  North  Vancouver— Wharf  on  north 
side  of  English  Bay .... 

0  84 
1,500  00 
3,434  .50 
3,. 500  00 
3,500  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 
3,500  00 
1,000  00 
5,000  00 
7,297  91 

1,224  43 

3,500  00 

4,908  40 

54,282  42 

3,500  00 

5,000  00 

3,640  87 

763  79 

005  61 

1,.502  00 

6,810  47 
1,160  54 

12,111  48 
2,989  93 

10,000  00 
1,151  84 

Kincolith — Wharf                                              .... 

65  50 

lockport.  Queen  Charlotte  Islands — Wharf 

Massett  (white  settlement) — W'harf      

Mill  Bay— Wharf 

Naas  River — Removal  of  rocks    .              

Needles— Wharf 

202  09 
5,775  57 

Okanagan    River — Protecting    and    improving 
navigable  channel     

Porcher  Island,  at  mouth  of  Skeena  River — 
Wharf 

Powell  River  Harbour — To  take  over  break- 
water and  complete  same 

50,091  60 
217  58 

Sidney  Island  Wharf — Repairs  and  renewals. 

Stewart  at  head  of  Portland  Canal— Wharf 

Surf  InlPt— Wharf 

12,359  13 

4,2.36  21 

1,894  .39 

998  00 

21,189  53 
339  46 

7,888  52 
10  07 

Thompson  River — Removing  snags,  &c 

To  purchase  New  South  Wales  turpentine  tim- 
ber to  be  used  for  piles  and  for  repairs  re- 
quired in  British  Columbia  generally 

Upper  Fraser  River  and  Tributaries — Improve- 
ment of  navigable  channel 

Upper  Lillooet  River— Removal  of  obstruction 
Williams  Head  Quarantine  Stati6n — Improvft- 

Barbours  and  Rivers,  Yukon — 

Lewes  and  Yukon  River  Improvements 

Lewes  and  Yukon  Rivers  Improvements — To 
pay  contractor  L.  M.  Foley  in  full  and  final 
settlement  of  all  claims  in  connection  with 
timber  cut  in  October,  1902  by  the  Resident 
Engineer  on  an  island  at  the  head  of  Hell 

3,848  16 

Carried  forward 

13,548.647  44 

6,446,515  71 

7,107,084  08 

4,952  35 

B— 44 


AUDITOR  GEyERAL'S  REPORT,  19J1-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income— Con. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

(       cts. 
13,548,647  44 

151  57 

12,500  00 
7,300  00 

266,500  00 
146,  .500  00 
110,000  00 

52,000  00 

65,000  00 
375,000  00 

60,000  00 
200,000  00 
875,000  00 
875,000  00 

35.000  00 

317,000  00 

5,000  00 

35,000  00 

3,670  00 
4,000  00 

58, 600  00 
5,000  00 

1,500  00 

16,000  00 

8,000  00 
5,000  00 
4,. 500  00 

50,000  00 
22,000  00 

$       cts. 
6,446,515  71 

151  57 

11,913  36 
6,926  45 

266,500  00 
65,281  26 
54,589  52 
24,228  53 

$       cts. 
7,107,084  08 

$       cts. 
4,952  35 

Harbours  and  Rivers,  Fufcon— Concluded. 

Lewes  and  Yukon  River  Improvements — Cont. 

Gate  within  the  limits  of  berth  No.  112  vested 

in  the  claimant,  interest  at  5  p.c.  per  annum 

on  delayed  payments  of  sum  of  $404  found  to 

Harbour.'^  and  Riicrs,  GeneraUy— 

Harbours,  Rivers  and  Bridges— General  repairs 

586  64 
373  55 

Lake   Timiskaming    Plant— Provision   for   re- 

Dredging — 

New  Dredging  Plant  Maritime  Provinces 

"              "              Ontario  and  Quebec 

<*             "             Manitoba    

81,218  74 
55,410  48 
27,771  47 
65,000  00 
114,785  63 

260,214  37 
60,025  46 
37.264  59 

695, 500  75 

720,943  02 
31,449  63 

316,567  09 
2,631  94 

4,792  97 

3,670  00 
4,034  67 

SO, 164  25 

"              "              Victoria  Island  Shipyard. 

25  46 

162,735  41 
179,499  25 
154,056  98 

3,550  37 
432  91 

2,368  06 

30,207  03 

Slides  and  Booms — 

North     Saskatchewan      River— Goose     Island 

settlement   of    claim    of    Francis    Murphy  in 
connection  with   the  operation  of  government 
booms  on  the  Gatincau  River,  together  with 
the  purchase  of  additional  land  required  from 
claimant  for  booming  purposes 

34  67 

St.    Maurice    District — Improvement   to   slide 
and   boom   works   to  facilitate  floating  and 

8,435  75 
5,000  00 

946  17 

15,361  27 

Roads  and  Bridges — 

Bow  and  Spray  River  Bridges  at  Banff— Re- 

553  83 
038  73 

8,000  00 

1,918  95 

341  95 

418  67 
12,003  18 

Chapeau  Bridge  over  the  Culbute  channel  of 
the  River  Ottawa— New  steel  structure,  sup- 
ported   on    concrete     piers     and     abutments 
Quebec  Government  to  contribute  S5.000)  — 

Court enay  Bay— Marsh   road— To  provide  for 
one-third  of  cost  of  rebuilding  aboideau  on 
road  to  protect  marsh  and  I.  C.  R.  property 
at  St.  John,  N.B.,  remaining  two-thirds  of 
cost  to  be  contributed  by  Provincial  Govcrn- 

Dominion  Traffic  Bridges  throughout  Canada, 

3,081  05 
4,158  05 

49,581  33 
9,996  82 

Edmonton  Bridge  across  North  Saskatchewan, 

Hawkesbury — Interprovincial     bridge     over 
River  Ottawa  (Ontario  and  Quebec   Govern- 

International    bridge    across    River    St.    John 
between  St.  Leonard,  N.B.,  and  Van  Burcn. 
Maine  (State  of  Maine  contributing  an  equal 
amount) 

Carried  forward 

17, 163, 869  01 

9,087,240  45 

8,081,641  04 

1       6,012  48 

APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 45 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income— Con. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  fomafd . 


Rijads  and  Bridge), — Concluded. 

North  Timiskaming  Bridge  over  River  Quinze 
(Quebec  Government  to  contribute.  $15,000). 

Ottawa  f'ity — Bridges  over  the  River  Ottawa, 
the  slides  and  the  Ridcau  Canal,  and  ap- 
proaches thereto— Ordinary  repairs,  renewals 
and  maintenance 

Ottawa  City — Extension  of  Dufferinand  Sappcrsj 
bridges 


Telegraph  Lines,  Maritime  Provinces — 

Cape  Breton—New  lines 

Cape  Negro  Island  Cable 

Chatham — Escuminac — Sapin — Telegraph   and 

telephone  lines 

Seal  Island— Cable 


Telegraph  Lines — Quebec— 

Improvement  of  repair  seri-ice 

Mingan  Line — Purchase  of  right  of  way,  &c 

New  telegraph  lines  and  repairs  and  renewals  to 
existing  lines 


Telegraph  Lines,  Saskatcheivan  and  Alberta — 

Athabaska  Landing — Peace  River  Landing  Line 
— Extension  to  Grande  Prairie 

.Vthabaska  Landing — Fort  McMurray — Con- 
struction of  line 

Construction  of  a  loop  extension  of  the  telegraph 
line  from  a  point  near  Moose  to  Uurlingville 

Moose  Jaw — Wood  Mountain  Line — Renewals 
and  reconstruction 

North  Battleford — Isle  La  Crosse  Telegraph 
line 

Northwest  lines — Shifting  lines  from  farm-lands 
to  established  roadway 

Peace  River  Telegraph  Line — Office  buildings. 

Tcleyraph  Lines,  "British  Columbia — 
Albemi-Clayoquot  Line — General  repairs  and 

improvements 

Campbell  River — Texada  Island  telephone  line 
Golden — Windermere    telephone   line — Repairs 

and  repoling 

Kamloops — Walhatchin — Telephone  line 

Nanaimo-Comox   Line — Repoling  and   general 

repairs 

North  Thompson  Valley  Line — Kamloops  to 

Fennel 

Okanagan  Valley  telephone  system 

Telephone    line    between    Kuper    and    Thetis 

Islands  and  Chemainus  and  Vancouver  Island 

Vancouver  Island — Telegraphs 

Victoria — Cape  Beale  telegraph  line — Renewals, 

repairs,  &c 


Telegraph  Lines,  Yukon  Syslema — 
Ashcroft- Dawson  Line — Kitsumkalum  to  Stew- 
art, at  head  of  Portland  Canal  telegraphic 
communication 


Telegraph  Lines,  Generally — 
Telegraph  lines  generally. . 

Carried  forward . 


$       cts. 
17.163,869  01 

50,000  00 

10,000  00 
240,000  00 


15,060  00 
3,500  00 

1,350  00 
11,000  00 


3,000  00 
8,000  00 

3,400  00 


22,500  00 

29,000  00 

6,6.50  00 

18,500  00 

37,500  00 

5,000  00 
7,600  00 


4,100  00 
5,900  00 

1,500  00 
5,000  00 

1,000  00 

1,156  00 
16,709  17 

5,000  00 
1,200.00 

2,500  00 


26,000  00 


7,000  00 


17,712,994  18 


cts. 


S 


cts. 


9,087,240  45  18,081,641  04 


580  26 

9, 507  66 
160,802  12 

6,809  99 


346  24 


8,000  00 
1,015  97 

17,740  17 
1,455  20 
3,134  95 
7,011  91 

19,274  58 

2,651  19 
4,893  73 


4,117  55 
4,470  41 

977  21 
858  65 

1,040  59 

1,284  25 
11,338  42 

3,7.59  53 
565  26 

2,479  87 


26,062  80 


6,738  58 


49,419  74 

492  34 
79, 197  88 


8,250  01 
3,500  00 

1,003  76 
11,000  00 


3,000  00 
2,384  03 

4,759  83 
27, 544  80 

3,515  05 

11,488  09 

18,225  42 

2,348  81 
2,706  27 


1,429  59 

522  79 
4,141  35 


5,370  75 

1,240  47 
634  74 

20  13 


261  42 


t   cts. 
5,012  48 


17  55 


40  59 
128  25 


62  80 


9,394,157  54  8,324,098  31'    5,261,67 


B— 46 


AUDITOR  GEXERAL'S  REPORT,  1911101? 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Brought  forward 

Miscellaneous:  Architectural — 

Architectural  Branch:  Salaries  of  architects, 
clerks  of  works,  inspectors,  draughtsmen, 
clerks  and  messengers  of  the  outside  service. . 

Monument  to  the  memory  of  the  late  Hon. 
George  Brovrn 

Monument  to  the  memory  of  the  late  Hon.  T. 
D' Arcy  McGoe 

Monument  to  the  memory  of  the  late  Sir  Louis 
H.  Lafontaine  and  of  the  late  Hon.  Robert 
Baldwin 

Monument  to  His  late  Majesty  King  Edward 
VII 

Monument  to  Madeleine  de  Vercheres,  to  be 
erected  at  Vercheres 

National  Art  Gallery.  Ottawa,  including  the 
purchase  of  paintings  by  the  Advisorj'  Council 
of  Art 

Decoration  of  public  buildings  throughout  Can- 
ada in  connection  with  the  celebration  of  the 
Coronation  of  His  Majesty,  the  King 


Miscellaneous:  Engineering. 

Engineering  Branch — Salaries  of  engineers,  in 
spectors.  superintendents,  draughtsmen,  clerks 
and  messengers  of  the  outside  service 

Cement  Testing  Laboratory — Improvements. 

Construction  of  water  storage  dams  and  regula- 
tion works  on  the  Upper  Ottawa  River  and 
tributaries 

Construction  of  water  storage  dams  and  regula- 
tion works  on  the  Upper  Ottawa  River  and 
triijutaries — To  pay  contractors  Kirby  & 
Stewart  additional  amount  for  coffer  dams 
and  unwatering  in  connection  with  the  con- 
struction of  the  Temiskaming  dam  on  the 
Ottawa  River 

Construction  of  water  storage  dams  and  regula- 
tion works  on  the  Ottawa  River  and  tribu- 
taries:  Settlement  of  land  damages 

D.eep  Waterways  Commission — inclusive  of  pay- 
ments authorized  to  \V.  J.  Stewart,  chief  hy- 
drographic  surveyor,  Department  of  Naval 
Sers'ice,  as  a  member  of  the  Board  of  Com- 
missioners, also  for  the  definition  and  demar- 
cation of  the  International  Boundary  between 
Canada  and  United  States  from  Pigeon  River 
to  St.  Regis,  as  provided  for  by  the  Article  4  of 
Treaty  of  April  11,  190S 

International  Commission,  River  St.  John 

River  gaugings 

River  St.  Lawrence  Commission — Investigation 
into  all  cjuestions  concerning  applications  for 
special  privileges  which  may  affect  water 
levels  and  navigation 

Snagboat  Samson — Gratuity  to  Capt.  J.  L.  Card 
in  consequence  of  injuries  sustained  while  in 
the  seri'ice  of  the  Government 

Storage  of  flood  waters,  Ottawa  River  water- 
shed— To  continue  investigation  and  collection 
of  data 

Sur\'ey s  and  inspections 

Survey  of  Richelieu  and  Yamaska  Rivers  and 
their  affluents  to  determine  cost  of  improved 
waterways  between  Lake  Champlain  and 
River  St.  John 


Carried  forward 18,722,784  IS 


$   cts. 
17,712.994  18 

30,000  00 
10,000  00 
10.000  00 

20,000  00 
20,000  00 
15,000  00 

35,000  00 

25,000  00 


233,000  00 
1,040  00 


225,000  00 

83,000  00 
20.000  00 


60.000  00 

36,. 500  00 

5,000  00 


40,000  00 
250  00 


25,000  00 
110,000  00 


6,000  00 


Eipenditure. 


I  t  Ct3. 

9,394,157  54 

24,909  92 
2,254  35 
2,254  35 

4,500  00 


35,014  62 
24,656  70 


231,914  35 
775  82 


325,308  SO 


43,270  08 

19,413  19 

2,443  74 


1,430  89 
250  00 


24,787  36 
103,016  67 


1,735  75 


105242,094  13 


Grant 
not  used. 


$       cts 

,324,098  31 

5,0TO  03 
7,745  65 
7,745  65 

15,. 500  00 
20,000  00 
15,000  00 


343  30 


1,085  65 
264  18 


2,691  20 


16,729  92 

17,086  81 

2,556  26 


38,569  11 


212  64 
6,983  33 


4,264  25 


8,485,966  34 


Grant 
exceeded. 


$       ct-s. 
5,261  67 


14  62 


5, 276  29 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOVXTS 


B— 47 


SESSIONAL  PAPEFi   No.  1 


Public  Works:  Chargeable  to  Income — Con. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Brought  forward. 


Miscellaneous:  Engineering — Concluded. 

Test-boring  outfit  

To  pay  Canadian  Pneumatic  Tube  Co..  Ltd.,  in 
full  and  final  .settlement  of  all  claims  in  con- 
nection with  their  contract  for  pneumatic 
postal  services  at  Montreal  and  Toronto,  in- 
clusive of  5  p.c.  interest 

To  cover  balances  of  expenditures  for  works  al 
ready  authorized  for  which  the  appropriations 
ma.v  be  insufficient,  provided  the  amount  for 
each  work  does  not  exceed  $200 


Total  chargeable  to  Income  by  Supply  Bill 

Deduct  over-expenditures  provided  for  by  $10,000 
voted  as  above 


Authorized  by  Special  Statutes — 

Collingwood  Dry  Dock 

International  Joint  Commission  on  Boundary 
Waters 


Under  Statute:  Exchequer  Court  Awards — 

Ottawa  Explosives-testing  Station 

St.  Maurice  River — Improvement  of  slide  and 
■  boora  works 


$       cts, 
18,722.784  18 

1,400  00 

48,890  96 
10,000  00 


$  Ct.3. 

10.242,094  13 


$       cts. 
8,485,966  34 

1,400  00 


$       cts. 
5.276  29 


48,890  96 


18,783,075  14 


18,783,075  14 


10,290,985  09 


10,290,985  09 


8.492,638  56 


15, 000  00 
15, 182  SO 


30, 182  80 


11,590  58 
11,728  74 


23.319  32 


8,487,366  34 
5,272  22 


5,276  29 
4, 727  78 


548  51 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

C.  H.  Douglas. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


Mall  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Subventions, 


Grant. 


Expenditure . 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under  Supply  Bill. 

Annapolis  and  London  or  Hull 

Haddock,  Grand  Narrows,  lona,  &c 

Bonii venture  River  and  Petit  Rocher 

Canada  and  .Australia  or  New  Zealand  (Pacific 

Coast). 


Canada,  Australia  and  New  Zealand 

Canada,  China  and  Japan .■ 

Canada  and  Cuba 

Canada  and  G  real  Britain 

Canada  and  Mexico  (Atlantic) 

Canad.'i  and  Mexico  (Pacific) 

Canada  and  Newfoundland 

Canada  and  .South  Africa 

Curaquct.  .Shippcgan  and  Miscou  Islands 

Cheticamp,  Sydney  and  St.  John's,  Newfound- 
land   


Carried  forward 1. 286, 500  66 


$   cts 

5,000  00 
5,825  00 
5,000  00 

180,509  00 

120,000  00 
48,660  06 
25,000  00 

600,000  00 
50.000  00 
75,000  00 
18,000  00 

146.000  00 
1,500  00 

6,000  00 


2,000  00 
5,825  00 


ISO. 509  00 

120.000  00 
48,()r)C  66 
18,666  64 

555,6.57  29 

.50,000  00 

75,000  00 

8,500  50 

146,000  00 
1,.500  00 

1,.500  00 


1.211,915  09 


$  cts. 
3,000  00 
5,000  00 


8,333  36 
44,342  71 


9,409  50 


4,500  00 


74,585  57 


cts. 


B— 48 


AUDITOR  GEyEIiAVS  REPORT,  1011-1'Jn 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Sub- 
ventions— Con. 


Grant 


Eipenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Under  Supply  Bill — Concluded 
Brought  forward 


Froude's  Point  and  Lockcport 

Gaspe  Basin  and  Dalhousie  or  CampbcUton 

Gaspe  Basin  and  North  Shore  of  River  and  Gulf 
of  St.  Lawrence  (Schooner  Service) 

Grand  Manan  and  the  Mainland 

Halifax  and  Canso 

Halifax  and  Newfoundland 

Halifax,  St.  John's,  N'f'ld.  and  Liverpool 

Halifax,  South  Cape  Breton  and  Bras  D'Or  Lake 
ports 

Halifax  and  Spry  Bay 

Halifax  and  West  Coast  of  Cape  Breton 

Kcnora,  Rainy  River  and  Fort  Frances 

Magdalen  Islands  and  Mainland 

Mahone  Bay  and  Tancook  Island 

Montreal-Quebec  and  St.  John-Halifax  and  Man- 
chester  

Mulgrave  and  Canso 

Mulgrave  and  Cheticamp 

Mulgrave  and  Guysboro 

Newcastle,  Neguac  and  Escuminac 

Pclce  Island  and  the  Mainland 

Pctitcodiac  River  and  Cumberland  County 

Petit  de  Grat  and  Mulgrave 

Pictou  and  Cheticamp 

Pictou,  Murray  Harbour,  &c 

Port  Mulgrave,  St.  Peter's,  &c 

Prince  Edward  Island,  Cape  Breton  and  New- 
foundland   

Prince  Edward  Island  and  Great  Britain 

Prince  Edward  IsUmd  and  Mainland 

Prince  Rupert  and  Queen  Charlotte  Islands. . . , 

Quebec  and  Blanc  Sablon 

Quebec  and  Gaspe  Basin 

Quet)cc  and  Island  of  Orleans 

Quebec  and  Ports  on  North  Shore  of  Island  of 
Orleans 

Riviere  du  Loup,  Tadousac  and  North  Shore  ports 

Riviere  du  Loup,  Tadousac  and  other  St.  Law- 
rence ports  (Winter) 

Sarnia,  Sault  Ste.  Marie  and  Way  ports 

St.  Catherine's  Bay  and  Tadousac 

St.  John,  Bay  of  Fundy  and  Minas  Basin  ports. 

St.  John  and  Digby 

St.  John,  Digby,  Annapolis  and  Granville 

St.  John,  Digby,  Bear  River  and  Clementsport 

St.  John,  Dublin  and  Belfast 

St.  John  and  Glasgow 

St.  John,  Halifax  and  London 

St.  John,  Halifax  and  London  (Winter) 

St.  John  and  Halifax  or  either  and  the  West  Indies 
and  South  America 

St.  John  and  Halifax  via  Yarmouth 

St.  John,  N.B.,  Margaretsville,  Port  Lome,  &c  . . 

St.  John  and  Ports  in  Cumberland  Basin 

St.  John,  Port  Wade  and  Bridgetown 

St.  John  and  St.  Andrews 

St.  John,  Westport  and  other  way  ports 

St.  Stephen,  St.  Croix  River  points.  &c 

Sydney,  around  Cape  Breton  Island  and  return  to 
Sydney 

Sydney  and  Bay  St.  Lawrence 

Sydney  and  Whycocomagh 

Victoria  and  San  Francisco 

Victoria,  Vancouver  and  Skagway 

Victoria  and  West  Coast  of  Vancouver  Island. . . . 


$       cts. 

1,286,500  66 

600  00 
15,000  00 

1,000  00 
7,000  00 
4,000  00 
4,000  00 
20,000  00 

4,000  00 
2,500  00 
2,000  00 
10,000  00 
15,000  00 
1,000  00 

35,000  00 
6,000  00 
5,000  00 
6,000  00 
2,500  00 
5,000  00 
2,000  00 
5,000  00 
3,000  00 
6,000  00 
6,000  00 

12,000  00 

7,500  00 

12,'500  00 

10,000  00 

20,000  00 

8,500  00 

2,000  00 

2,500  00 
6,000  00 

8,000  00 

4, 166  67 

3,500  00 

5,500  00 

20,000  00 

1,500  00 

1,500  00 

7,500  00 

15,000  00 

25,000  00 

15,000  00 

79,500  00 
20,000  00 
2,. 500  00 
3,000  00 
2,000  00 
4,000  00 
2,. 500  00 
3,000  00 

5,000  00 
6,500  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
12, ,500  00 
5,000  00 


$       cts, 

1,211,915  09 

600  00 
13,500  00 

1,000  00 
7,000  00 
4,000  00 
4,000  00 
20,000  00 

3,680  00 
2,500  00 
1,714  29 
4,999  33 
15,000  00 
833  33 

35,000  00 

4,7.56  41 

5,000  00 

5,403  84 

2,500  00 

5,000  00 

2,000  00 

3,239  SO 

2,093  50 

6,000  00 

6,000  00 

12,000  00 
7,500  00 

12,500  00 
8,200  00 

13,666  65 
8,500  00 
2,000  00 

2,500  00 
6,000  00 

7,200  00 


3,500  00 

5,105  35 

19,935  90 

1,500  00 

1 ,  500  00 

3,000  00 

9,375  00 

25,000  00 

15,000  00 

65,700  00 
9,500  00 
2,500  00 
3,000  00 
1,145  83 
3,769  23 
2,500  00 
3,000  00 

5,000  00 
0,500  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
12,500  00 
5,000  00 


i         Cts, 

74,585  57 
1,500  00 


320  00 

285  71 
5,000  67 

166  67 


1,243  59 
596  16 


1,760  20 
903  50 


1,800  00 
6,333  35 


800  00 
4, 166  67 

394  65 
64  10 


4,500  00 
5,625  00 


13,800  00 
10, 500  00 


854  17 
230  77 


1,793,267  33 


1,657,836  55 


135,430  78 


APPSOPRIATlOy  ACCOl'Xr.S 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


B— 49 


Mall  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Sub- 
ventions—Con. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Under  Special  Statutes. 
Oanadii  and  France            

$       cts. 

i       cts. 

174,488  47 
72, 188  89 

i       cts. 

t       cts. 

246,677  36 

These  accoimt.s  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

Wm.  Kearxs. 


J.  FR.\SER, 

Auditor  General. 


Naval  Senice. 

1 

Grant.       !  Expenditure. 

1 

Grant             Grant 

not  used.       exceeded. 

Construction  and  maintenance  of  ships,  mainten- 
ance and  upkeep  of  dockyards  at  Esquimalt  and 
Halifax,  and  theestablishmenf  and  maintenance 

$       cts. 

3,000,000  00 
356,. 500  00 

320,000  00 

255,000  00 

45,000  00 

{       cts. 

1,233,456  08 
227,384  51 

198,558  99 

210,882  82 

31,211  78 

i       cts. 

1,766,543  92 
129,115  49 

121,441  01 
44,117  18 
13,788  22 

S       cts. 

Fisheries  Protection  Service      

Hydrographic  Surveys,  including  survey  of  Hud- 
son Bay                                    

Tidal  Service 

3,976,500  00 

•1,901,494  18 

2,075,005  82 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


E.xamined, 

W.  Kearns. 


J.  ERASER, 

Auditor  General. 


PubUc  Works:  Chargeable  to  Capital. 
^Marine  Department.) 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

$       cts. 

900,000  00 
30,000  00 

650,000  00 

i       cts. 
749,284  43 

i       cts. 

150,715  .57 
.30,000  00 

231,821  87 

,       cts. 

Completion  and  Construction  of  dredging  plant 
for  the  River  St.  Lawrence  from  Montreal  to 

418,178  13 

1,580,000  00 

1,167,462  56 

412,537  44 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Kearns. 
1— 4b 


J.  FR.\SER, 
Auditw  General. 


B— 50 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-191?. 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Ocean  and  River  Service — 

Maintenance  and  repairs  to  Government  steam 
ers  and  ice  breakers 

Examination  of  masters  and  mates 

Rewards  for  saving  life,  including  life->saving 
stations 

Investigations  into  wrecks 

Expenses  of  schools  of  navigation 

Registration  of  shipping 

Removal  of  obstructions  in  navigable  rivers.. . 

Winter  mail  service.. 

Cattle  Inspection.... 

Maintenance  of  vessels  employed  in  patroUin^ 
the  waters  of  the  northern  portions  of  Canada 
and  also  establishing  and  maintaining  police 
and  custom  ports 

Unforseen  expenses  generally 

To  continue  subsidy  for  wxecking  plant  at  Que- 
bec, and  in  Maritime  Provinces  and  British 
Columbia 

To  provide  for  a  gratuity  to  the  widow  of  the 
late  Capt.  P.  B.  Toye,  lecturer  to  the  school 
of  navigation  in  the  province  of  Quebec,  equal 
to  two  months  salary 


Lighthouse  and  Coast  Service — 


Salaries  and  allowances  to  light-keepers. . . 

Agencies,  rents  and  contingencies 

Maintenance  and  repairs  to  lighthouses 

Construction  of  lighthouses  and  aids  to  navi- 
gation including  apparatus,  &c 

Signal  Service , 

Administration  of  pilotage  and  maintenance 
and  repairs  to  the  pilotage  steamer  Eureka 

Pensions  of  $.300  to  each  of  sundry  persons 

Maintenance  and  repairs  to  wharfs 

Establishment  of  telephonic  reporting  stations 
along  the  St.  Lawrence  River  between  Mon 
treal  and  Quebec 

Repairs  to  Maritime  roads 

Further  amount  for  the  charter  of  steamers 
keeping  the  channel  clear  at  Lime  Kiln  cross- 
ing. Detroit  River 

For  breaking  ice  in  Thunder  Bay  and  Lake 
Superior  and  other  points 

For  the  purchase  or  construction  of  a  light-house 
and  buoy  steamer  for  the  Pacific  Coast.  - . . 

For  the  purchase  or  construction  of  a  lighthouse 
and  buoy  steamer  for  River  >St.  Lawrence  to 
replace  the  Shamrock 

Telephones  at  different  points  throughout  the 
Dominion  in  connection  with  aids  to  naviga- 
tion  

To  pay  James  McAllister  for  placing  buoys  at 
Fort  William 

To  provide  for  the  construction  of  wharfs,  build- 
ings. &c.,  for  the  Quebec  Agency  of  this  De 
partmcnt 

To  provide  for  the  supplying  to  the  head  office 
of  Lloyd's  in  London,  of  the  daily  bulletin 
furnished  by  the  telephonic  and  reporting 
stations  along  the  .St.  LawTence  River 

To  compensate  W.  H.  Gamble,  Ernest  Gamble 
and  Samuel  Hicks,  who  were  injured  by  the 
collapse  of  a  portion  of  the  elevated  railway 
on  the  Government  wharf  at  Oshawa,  Ont., 
on  28  June,  1910 


Carried  forward 2,013,000  00 


1,000,000  00 
11,400  00 

96,000  00 
15,000  00 
8,000  00 
2,000  00 
20,000  00 
7,000  00 
5.000  00 


59, 000  00 
5,  000  00 


30.000  00 


200  00 


cts. 


943.030  95 
7,4.35  75 

68,754  93 

14,984  38 

982  62 

1,212  23 

11,722  96 

6,651  27 

3,734  76 


40,048  44 
149  44 


30, 000  00 


200  00 


ct.s 


56,959,05 
3,964  25 

27, 245  07 

15  62 

7,017  38 

787  77 

8,277  04 

348  73 

1,265  24 


18,951  56 
4,850  58 


1,258,600  00   1,128,907  73 


4.50,  000  00 

90, 000  00 

650, 000  00 

1,000  000  00 
12, 000  00 

35,000  00 
7,800  00 
5, 000  00 


24, 000  00 
1,000  00 


10, 000  00 

40,000  00 

200, 000  00 

175,000  00 

10, 000  00 
400  00 

300,000  00 
2, 500  00 

300  00 


419,644  85 

89,553  97 

596,463  40 

762, 489  39 
11,993  75 

34,935  73 
5,889  95 
4.761  57 


22, 296  24 
866  97 


23, 295  72 
137,017  64 

16,362  30 

966, 37 
400  00 


129,692  27 


300  00 


2,127,242  85 


30,355  15 

441  03 

53, 536  60 

2.37, 510  61 
C  25 

64  27 

1,910  05 

238  43 


1,703  76 
133  03 


10, 000  00 
16, 704  28 
62,982  36 

158, 037  70 

9,033  63 

300, 000  00 
2,500  00 


885,757  15 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOOlfTS 


B— 51 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Marine  and  Fisheries— Con. 

Grant 

Expenditure 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Brought  forward e 

Lighthouse  and  Coast  Serrice — Concluded. 
To  provide  for  the  espenses  incurred  by  Mr 
Thos.    Harling   while    attending    conference 
with  Lloyd's  in  London,  England  with  a  view 
to  securing  more  favourable  insurance  rates 
for  Canadian  shipping  and  to  defray  cost  o 

$       cts 

3.013.000  00 

1.000  00 

$       cts 

2,127,242  85 

1  noo  nn 

$      cts 
885,757  15 

$       eta. 

3,014,000  00 

2,12.8.242  85      885,757  15 

Scientific  Institutions  and  Hydrographic  Surveys — 

Interior  Dep.irtment — 

Astronomical    surveys,    investigations    and 

demarcations  of  the  exterior  boundaries  of 

Canada,  and  the  astronomical  and  geodetic 

work  01  the  Department  of  the  Interior.&c 

To  pay  expenses  connected  vdth  the  visit  to 

Ottawa  of  the  astronomical  and  astrophysi- 

cal  .Society  of  America 

270,000  00 

400  00 

3,200  00 

143,000  00 

500  00 

500  00 

300  00 

269,206  24 

739  76 

400  00 
1,132  46 

Marine  and  Fisheries  Department — 
Magnet  ic  Observatory 

2,067  54 

145,076  52 

500  00 

500  00 

Meterological  .Surveys 

2,076  52 

Grant  to  Montreal  observatory 

300  00 

Allowance  to  L.   F.  Gorman,  meterological 
observer  at  Ottawa 

417,900  00 

417.. 350  30 

2,626  22           2,076  52 

Marine  Hospitals — 
Care  of  sick  seamen  in  the  marine  hospitals  and 
repairs  to  Marine  Hospitals 

70.000  00 
3.000  00 

54,779  27 
2. 236  84 

15,220  73 
763  16 

73,000  00 

57,016  11 

15,983  89 

Steamboat  Inspection — 
Steamboat  Inspection 

54,000  00 

45,353  11 

8,646  89 

Fisheries — 
Salaries  and  disbursements  of  fishery  inspectors, 
overseers  and  guardians 

227,500  00 

322,300  00 

10,000  00 

4,000  00 

16.000  00 

10.000  00 

60,000  00 
15.000  00 

60,000  00 

2,000  00 

10,000  00 

10.000  00 

5,000  00 
900  00 

204,971  21 

235,699  52 
3.274  74 
1,443  17 
5,462  06 
4,544  44 

36,537  32 
14,980  00 

57,348  35 
2,017  44 
9,978  38 

522  29 

967  16 
725  85 

22,528  79 

8fi  RfVI  dfi 

Salaries,  building  and  maintenance  of  fish  breed- 
ing establishments 

Building  fishways  and  clearing  rivers 

6  725  26 

Legal,  incidental  and  unforsecn  expenses 

Canadian  Fisheries  Exhibit! 

2,556  83 
10,537  94 
5,455  56 

23,462  68 
20  00 

2,651  65 

Oyster  Culture 

Maintenance  of  experimental  works  for  the  re- 
duction of  dog-fish 

Marine  biological  stations 

Encouragement    of   better   transportation   and 
conservation  of  fresh  fish 

Maintenance  of  the  Cieorgian  Bay  laboratory. . 

17  44 

Expenses  of  Fishery  Commissions 

To  provide  for  the  maintenance  of  a  Fisheries' 
Intelligence  Bureau,  and  the  carrying  on  of  an 
educational  campaign  among  the  fishermen. 

To  provide  for  the  expenses  of  the  International 
Fisherj-  Commission  under  treaty  for   joint 
fishery  regulations  in   waters  contiguous  to 
boundary  line 

21  62 
9,477  71 

4,032  84 
174  15 

To  pay  customs  officers  for  ser\'ices  in  connection 
with  issuing  of  Modus  Vivendi  licenses 

Carried  forward 

752. 700  00  ' 

578,471  93 

174.245  51 

17  44 

1—413 


B— 52 


AUDITOR  GEISIERAUS  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Marine  and  Fisheries.— Concluded. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

$       cts. 
752,700  00 

30,000  00 

8,200  00 
95,000  00 

4,600  00 
25,000  00 

{       cts. 
578,471  93 

603  65 

7,283  60 
92,666  65 

4,550  00 
281  45 

$       cts. 
174,245  51 

29, 396  35 

916  40 
2,333  35 

50  00 
24,718  55 

t       cts. 
17  44 

Fisheries — Continued . 

To   provide   for  cost   of   building   seven   large 
launches  and  four  smaller  ones,  for  fisheries 
patrol  work  in  Ontario 

To  purchase  a  screw  press  and  large  drier  to 
replace  the  existing  hydraulic  press  and  small 
drier   in   the   Dogfish   Reduction  Works  at 

Fishery  Patrol  Service 

Building  of  a  suitable  launch  for  the  Skeena 
River ,    , 

Building  of  five  lobster  fishery  patrol  boats 

915,500  00 

683,857  28 

231,660  16 

17  44 

UNDER  STATUTE. 

Fisheries — 

160,000  00 

159,999  70 

0  30 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Kearns. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


Subsidies  to  Provinces. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Under  Statute- 

$       cts. 

2,396,429  28 

1,971,704  68 

636, 670  06 

637,975  36 

281,931  88 

833,642  26 

713,780  00 

1,260,722  20 

1,548,188  00 

$       cts. 

:::;:::::::::: 

New  Brunswick 

Manitoba i 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

10,281,044  98 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  imder  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

E.  D.  Sutherland. 


J,  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


APPROPRlATIOy  ACCOCXT.'i 


B— 53 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Department  of  Mines. 


Grant. 


E.\penditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Mines  Branch. 

Investigation  of  ore  deposits  and  economic  minerals;  of  fuel 
values  of  coal  and  peat  of  Canada;  examination  and  delimi 
nation  of  peat  bogs,  &c 

Printing,  apparatus,  chemical  laboratory,  expenses,  books,  sta- 
tionery, office  contingencies,  salaries,  additional  assistance 

Investigation  of  metallurgical  problems  of  economic  importance 

Investigation  of  the  manufacture  and  storage  of  explosives  in 
Canada 


Dominion  of  Canada  Assay  Office. 
Maintenance  of  assay  office,  Vancouver,  B.C 


Geological  Surrey. 

For  exploration  and  surveys  in  Canada,  including  wages  of 
assistant  explorers,  draughtsmen  and  others 

For  the  publication  of  reports,  maps,  plans,  illustrations,  &c. ,  . 

For  the  purchase  of  books,  instruments,  laboratorj*  apparatus, 
chemicals,  mapping  materials,  stationerj-,  maintenance  of 
offices  and  museum,  clothing  for  three  firemen,  miscellan- 
eous expenses,  &c 

To  pay  for  specimens  for  Victoria  Memorial  Museum 

For  temporarj-,  technical  and  clerical  assistance 

To  compensate  John  F.  Lyons,  for  quarters,  fuel,  light  and 
water  supplied  him  as  resident  caretaker  of  the  Geological 
Museum,  &c 

Apparatus,  equipment,  salaries  of  inspectors,  chemist,  machin- 
ist, clerical  assistance  and  travelling  expenses  in  connection 
with  the  investigations  of  the  manufacture,  testing  and 
storage  of  explosives  in  Canada  under  the  Explosive  Act 
1911 


UnJer  Slalute. 


Zinc  investigations.. 


75,000  00 

70,000  00 
5,900  00 

39,166  66 


190,066  66 


17,000  00 


142,000  00 
75,000  00 


40,000  00 
15,000  00 
2,000  00 


400  00 


20,833  34 


295,233  34 


50,000  00 


cts. 


40,503  45 

29,533  73 
4,283  22 

1,830  62 


11,538  41 


113,918  93 
10,638  22 


25,439  38 
8,350  45 
1,220  36 


400  00 


34,496  55 

40,466  27 
1,616  78 

37,336  04 


76,151  02   113,915  64 


5,461  59 


28,081  07 
58,361  78 


14,560  62 

6,649  .55 

779  64 


20,833  34 


165,907  34   129,260  00 


8,062  06    41,937  94 


These  accounts  have  been  exaniined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

J.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


E— 54 


AUDITOR  GEKERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v..  A.  1913 


Labour  Department. 


Grant.  Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Conciliation  and  Labour  Act,  including  publication,  printing, 
binding  and  distribution  of  'Labour  Gazette',  allowance  to 
correspondents. 

Industrial  Disputes  Investigation  Act 

Combines  Investigation  Act 

To  provide  for  tlie  appointment  of  inspectors  in  connection  with 
shipping  gear,  dangerous  machinery,  railway  construction, 
&c 


eta. 


30,300  00 
25,000  00 
10,000  00 


, 000  00 


70,300  00 


ets. 


27,004  91 

21,618  95 

4,775  45 


53,399  31 


ct.s. 


3,295  09 
3,381  05 
5,224  55 


5,000  00 


16.900  09 


These  account.s  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Kearns. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


Indians. 

Grant. 

Expenditure . 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

$       cts. 

73,490  00 

16,700  00 

18,008  00 

4,750  00 

709.171  00 
137,340  00 
33,000  00 
745,490  00 
102,500  00 

$       cts. 

64,021  94 

16,665  02 

17,837  04 

4,697  44 

,  707,220  62 
110,814  28 

32,544  53 
745,389  65 

57,374  77 

$       cts. 

9,468  06 

34  98 

170  96 

52  56 

1,950  38 

26,525  72 

455  47 

100  35 

45,125  23 

$       cts. 

Nova  Scotia.  .        

Manitoba.  Saskatchewan,  Alberta  and  Northwest 

British  Columbia 

Indian  Education 

1,840,449  00 

1,756,565  29 

83,883  71 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

J.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 55 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Hoyid  Northwest  Mounted  Potice. 

Grant 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 

exceeded. 

t       cts. 
340,000  00 

410,000  00 

3,000  00 

S       cts. 
667,218  61 

29,444  84 

$      cts. 
85.731  39 

555  16 

%       cU. 

Subsistences,  forage,  fuel  and  light,  clothing,  build- 
ings, repairs,  and  renewals,  horses,  dogs,  arms 
anil   ammunition,    medical   stores,    billeting, 
tran-sport  , water  service  and  contingencies.. 

Compensation  in  connection  with  the  northwest 
Rebellion  of  1885;  police  permanently  injured 
or  families  of  those  who  lost  their  lives  while 
in  the  performance  of  duty 

Coronation    Contingent — Required  to   meet    the 
transportation  and  other  expenses  of  the  R.  N. 
\V   XI   Police  

30,000  00 

783,000  00 

696,663  45 

86,336  55 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  mj'  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

J.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


Government  of  the  Northwest 
Territories. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Salary  of  commissioner 

Salary  of  secretary  and  accountant. 

Schools 

Relief  of  destitute 

XIaintenance  of  insane  patients 

Maintenance  of  prisoners 

Miscellaneous  expenses 


$   cts. 

1,000  00 

600  00  I 
3,000  00 
500  00 
1,200  00 
1,000  00 
1,500  00 


8,800  00 


$   cts. 

1,000  00 

600  00 

2,841  25 


794  75 

324  33 

37  60 


5.597  93 


158  75 
500  00 
405  25 
675  67 
1,462  40 


3,202  07 


eta. 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


E.xaniined, 

J.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


B— 56 


AUDITOR  GEyERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Government  of  the  Yukon  Territory. 


Salaries  and  expenses. . . ; 

Grant  to  Local  Council 

Grant  to  Local  Council  for  maintenance  and 
repairs ' - 

Grant  to  Local  Council  to  cover  expenses  in  connec- 
tion with  smallpox  outbreak 


Grant.  Expenditure. 


$      cts. 

128,000  00 
125,000  00 

50,000  00 

25,000  00 


328,000  00 


124,241  97 
125,000  00 

50,000  00 

25,000  00 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


324,241  97         3,758  03 


$       cts. 
3,758  03 


cts. 


These   accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

J.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


Dominion  Lands. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Consolidated  Fund. 


Salaries  of  the  outside  service ■.•■:•• 

Surveys,  examination  of  surv-y  returns,  printing 
of  plans,  &c 

For  surveys  and  works  under  the  Irrigation  Act 
&c.  including  ?400  for  P.  Marchand  as  Auditor 
of  Disbursements,  made  by  companies  acquir- 
ing lands  under  the  irrigation  system 

Contingencies,  advertising,  &c 

Board  of  Examiners,  Dominion  Land  Surveyors 

Protection  of  timber,  tree  culture  and  inspection  of 
forest  reserves 

Water  power  investigations  and  reports 

Water-way  rights  on  the  St.  Mary  and  Milk 
Rivers  enquiry 

Expropriation  of  land  required  for  reservoir  and 
canal  sites 

Canadian  National  Parks 

Engraving,  lithographing  and  printing  maps  of  the 
Dominion  and  the   Northwest  Territories.. 

Grant  to  Canadian  Forestry  .Association 

Costs  of  litigation 

Compensation  to  F.  W.  Peacock  and  H.  H.  Fau- 
quier for  loss  of  water  rights 

Ordnance  lands 

Amount  required  tor  purchase  of  land  and  to 
provide  tor  the  necessary  equipment  of 
additional  forest  nursery  stations 

Compassionate  allowance  to  Mr.  Joseph  Beirle  for 
loss  of  his  wife,  &c 


S  ets 
370,914  50 
965,000  00 


1)8,500  00 

240,000  00 

2,400  00 

275,000  00 
75,000  00 

13,000  00 

50,000  00 
217,000  00 

79,700  00 

2,000  00 

11,000  00 

7,500  00 
1,720  00 


30,000  00 
300  00 


$  cts. 
337,516  22 
958,329  65 


68,468  50 

188,745  81 

2, 389  40 

272,279  42 
68,330  26 

12,9.50  00 

.37,264  81 
206,398  57 

79,588  56 
2,000  00 
4,054  46 

7,500  00 
984  21 


30,000  00 
300  00 


2,409,634  50 


2,277,099  87 


$   ets, 

33,398  28 

6,670  35 


31  50 

51,254  19 

10  60 

2,720  58 
6,669  74 

50  00 

12,735  19 
11,201  43 

111  44 

6,945  54 

735  79 


132,534  63 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

J.  W.  Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


APPROPRTATIOX  ACCOUNTS 


B~57 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Miscellaneous. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Academy  of  Arts 

Astronomical  Society  of  Canada 

Audit  Office,  professional  advice,  travel,  &c 

Canada  Gazette 

Canada  Temperance  Act 

Canadian  Association  for  Prevention  of  Tuber- 
culosis   

Canadian  Urancli  of  the  St.  John  Ambulance 
.\ssociation 

(  anadian  Handicrafts'  Guild 

Canadian  Law  Library,  London,  Eng 

Canadian  Mining  Institute 

Canadian  Peat  Society — 

Chief  Justice  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Canada — 
.Special  allowance  while  acting  as  deputy  to  the 
Governor  General 

Conservation  Commission 

Consolidation  Dom.  Orders  in  Council 

Consolidation  Orders  in  Council  and  Correspon- 
dence upon  Provincial  Legislation,  1896 — 1910 
inclusive 

Compensation  to  Adam  Wilson  Graham  of  St. 
Thomas,  Ont.  for  loss  of  propertj-  at  Fort  Garry 
in  1870 

Distribution  of  Parliamentary  Documents 

Dominion  Forestry  Gonvention,  Quebec,  1911. . . . 

Hague  Tribunal  Expenses 

Honoraria  to  sundry  personsre  International  Con- 
gress on  Pelagic  .Sealing  held  at  Washington, 
D.  C.  May  .  1911 

Intel-national  Conference  for  the  suspension  of 
Pelagic  Fishing — Expenses 

International  Geological  Congress 

International  Society  of  Scientific  Literature j 

La  Societe  Gymnastique — Expenses  of  the  Can-i 
adian  Gymnasts  at  International  meeting  atl 
Nancy,  France,  1911 1 

Litigation,  Justice  Dept. — Costs  of 

Memorial  Tower,  Halifax,  N.  S ! 

Ministers  at  Imperial  Conference  and  Coronation — j 
Expenses 

Miscellane(jus  printing 

Naturalization  Act j 

Pacific  Cable ] 

Parliamentary  Delegation  to  the  Coronation  of 
His  .Majesty  the  King 

Paris  .\gency 

Pecuniar)'  Claims  Convention  with  United  States 

Plant  for  Printing  Bureau  (new) 

Plant  for  Printing  Bureau  (repairs  and  renewals). . 

Prime  Minister  at  Imperial  Conference  and  Cor- 
onation— Expenses 

Private  Secretary  to  the  Hon.  Mr.  Lougheed — 
To  provide  for  the  salary  of 

Public  Service  Commission 

Reception  to  H.  R.  H.  Duke  of  Connaught 

Reindeer  in  Labrador — Grant  to  Dr.  Grenfell. . . . 

Retiring  allowance  to  Staff  Sergt.  James  Codd, 
member  of  Non-com.  staff  of  H,  R.  H.  the 
Governor  General 

Royal  Mint,    Ottawa  branch 

Royal  .Society  of  Canada 

Taschcreau,  Sir  H.  E.  — Travel . ,  Privy  Council. . 

Technical  Education  Commi.ssion 

L'liforeseen  expenses  (a). 


S   cts, 

2,000  00 
2,000  00 
5,000  00 
1.3.000  00 
1,000  00 

10,000  00 

2,500  00 
1,000  00 
1,000  00 
3,000  00 
1,500  00 


2,500  00 

50.000  00 

4,000  00 


500  00 


562  00 

1,500  00 

3,000  00 

50,000  00 


3,250  00 

10,000  00 

5,000  00 

500  00 


3,000  00 

15,000  00 

2,083  33 

8,000  00 

100,000  00 

6.000  00 

80,000  00 

18,000  00 
12,000  00 
25,000  00 
35.000  00 
7,000  00 

0,000  00 

COO  00 

15.000  00 

25,000  00 

1,000  00 


1,000  00 
25,000  00 

5,000  00 

833  33 

46,700  00 

40,000  00 


650,028  66 


$   cts. 

2.000  00 

2,000  00 

2,967  00 

12,982  15 


10,000  00 

2,500  00 
1,000  00 
356  98 
3,000  00 
1,.500  00 


2,. 500  00 

49,995  34 

1,500  00 


75  20 


562  00 

1,475  58 

2,386  50 

43,592  05 


3,250  00 

4,999  23 

5,000  00 

496  40 


3,000  00 
11,790  43 


8,000  00 
99,968  63 

5,557  19 
65,173  55 

18,000  00 

11,877  82 

73  90 

34,994  96 

6,965  60 

4,500  00 

351  48 
15.000  00 
20,766  34 


1,000  00 
9,7.39  78 
5,000  00 

46,682  73 
11.692  08 


534,272  92 


S   cts.    i      ct.s. 


2,033  00 

17  85 

1,000  00 


643  02 


4  66 
2,. 500  00 


424  80 


24  42 

613  50 

6,407  95 


5,000  77 
3  60 


3,209  57 
2,083  33 


31  37 

442  81 
14,826  45 


122  18 

24,926  10 

5  04 

34  40 

1,500  00 

248  52 

4,233  66 
1,000  00 


15,260  22 

833  33 

17  27 

28,307  92 


115,755  74 


B— 58 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Miscellaneous— Cont  inued .                           Grant.          Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded . 

Under  Special  Statutes 

$       cts. 

$       cU. 

12,284  15 

32,603  29 

100,000  00 

75,000  00 

15,000  00 

$       cts. 

t       cts. 

Royal  Mint                                       

Fire  Protection  Service  of  City  of  Ottawa— Con- 
tribution towards  maintenance,  one  yeat  to  June 
30  1912              

234.887  44 

(a)  Unforeseen  Expenses 

1,104  88 
2,272  99 

205  05 
1,369  49 
4,406  94 

626  38 
1,154  68 

551  67 

Pcit  Office              . : 

11,692  08 

424  99 

6,883  17 

360  91 

466  66 

3,104  08 

3,045  04 

5,008  33 

1,797  73 

133  33 

816  64 

5,284  40 

266  67 

2,804  52 

2,206  82 

Post  Office                  

Ptibiic  Works                    

32,603  29 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


APPROPRIATION  ACCOUNTS 


B— 59 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Collection  of  Bevcnue. 


Grant 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Customs. 

Salaries  and  contingent  expenses  of  the  various 
ports  of  the  Dominion 

Salariesand  expenses  of  Inspector  of  Ports  officers 
of  the  Board  of  Customs.  Preventive  Service 
and  Laborator>' 1 

Mi-scellaneous:  printing,  stationerj',  &c 

Maintertancc  of  revenue  cruisers 1 

Secret  preventive  service  (disbursed  by  Justice] 
Department) 


2,225,000  00 


cts. 


2.170,935  02 


147.. 500  00 
100,000  00 
255,000  00  I 

5,000  00 


2,732,500  00 


146,624  32 
96. 150  58 

26,387  30 

3,749  01 


cts. 


54.004  98 


875  08 

3.849  42 

228,612  70 

1,250  99 


2,«3,846  23 


288,6.53  77 


cts. 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

J.  W.   Reid. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor-General. 


B— 60 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Collection  of  Revenue. 


Grant. 


Expenditure. 


Grant 
not  used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Inland  Revenue. 

Excise — 

Commission  to  sellers  of  stamps  for  Canadian 
twist  tobacco 

Duty  pay  of  officers  serving  longer  hours  at  other 
than  special  surveys 

For  extra  duty  pay  at  large  distilleries  and  other 
factories 

Preventive  service 

Provisional  allowance  of  not  more  than  $150 
each  to  officers  in  Manitoba  and  provinces 
west  thereof  whose  salaries  from  any  govern 
mcnt  service  do  not  exceed  $2,500 

Stamp.s  for  imported  and  Canadian  tobacco... . 

Salaries  of  officers  and  inspectors  of  Excise,  &c. 
to  provide  for  increases  depending  on  the 
results  of  Excise  examinations 

Special  translation 

Travelling  expenses,  rent,  fuel,  stationery,  &c 

To  compensate  officials  for  loss  to  personal 
property  resulting  from  the  destruction  by 
fire  of  the  laboratory  and  methylated  spirit 
warehouse 

To  pay  Collectors  of  Customs  for  duty  collected 
by  them 

To  enable  the  Department  to  supply  methylated 
spirits  to  manufacturers,  the  cost  of  which  wil 
be  recouped  by  the  manufactures  to  whom  it 
is  supplied,  and  to  pay  for  rent,  power,  freight, 
&c 


Weights  and  Measures,  Gas  and  Electric  Light — 

Export  of  electric  power 

Provisional  allowance  of  not  more  than  $125 
each  to  officers  in  Manitoba  and  pro\  .nces 
west  thereof  whose  salaries  do  not  exceed 
$1,000  per  annum 

Rent,  fuel,  travelling  expenses,  postage,  station- 
ery, &c.,  for  gas  and  electric  inspection  and 
the  purchase  and  repairs  of  instruments. ..... 

Rent,  fuel,  travelling  expenses,  postage,  station 
ery.  &c..  Weights  and  Measures,  including 
amount  for  purchase  of  standard  of  the  metric 
system,  salaries  and  other  expenses  of 
spectors. 

Salaries  of  officers,  inspectors  and  assistant 
inspectors  of  Weights  and  Measures 

Salaries  of  gas  and  electricity  inspectors 

International  Electro-technical  Commission... 

International  Bureau  of  Weights  and  Measures 


Adulteration  of  Food — 

Adulteration  of  food  and  the  administration  of 
the  Act  respecting  fertilizers,  fraudulent 
marking  and  commercial  feeding  stuffs 

Inland  Revenue  Department 

To  provide  for  administering  the  Act  respecting 
Proprietary  or  Patent  medicines 


$ 


cts. 


100  00 
1,500  00 


14,000  00 
13,000  00 


10,000  00 
93,000  00 


477,000  00 

200  00 

97,000  00 


273  50 
10,000  00 

67, 000  00 


783,073  50 


1,000  00 

3,000  00 
33,000  00 

47,000  00 

80, 100  00 

47,450  00 

250  00 

216  00 


212,016  00 


30,000  00 
500  00 


2,000  00 


32,500  00 


1,337  50 


13,297  57 
10,314  78 


8,832  27 
93,000  00 


461,573  14 

138  91 

96,769  55 


273  50 
3,809  10 

66,621  43 


755,967  75 


380  52 

1,291  44 
32,910  00 

44,132  13 

78,673  39 

47,383  78 

243  89 

209  37 


205,224  52 


21,797  70 
1.54  86 

S33  63 


22,786  19 


$   cts. 

100  00 

162  50 

702  43 
2,685  22 

1,167  73 


15,426  86 

61  09 

230  45 


6,190  90 


378  57 


27,105  75 


619  48 

1,708  56 
90  00 

2,867  87 

1,426  61 

66  22 

6  11 

6  63 


6,791  48 


8,202  30 
345  14 


1,166  37 


9.713  81 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

A.  B.  Hudson. 


J.  FRASER, 

A  udiior-Gencral. 


A.PPKOPRIATWX  ACCOUNTS 


B— 61 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


CoUertion  of  Revenue. 


Grant. 

Eipenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

S       cts. 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

10,600,000  00 

10,586,129  46 

13,870  54 

1,000  00 

1,000  00 

1,000  00 

1,000  00 

750  00 

750  00 

450,000  00 
500  00 

449,962  91 
500  00 

37  09 

35,000  00 

33,854  05 

1,145  95 

350  00 

350  00 

350  00 

350  00 

11,088,950  00 

11,073,896  42 

15,053  58 

1,263,220  00 
37,500  00 

1,213,086  09 
36,573  86 

50, 133  91 
926  14 

250  00 

250  00 

750  00 

750  00 

1,000  00 

1,000  00 

1,302,720  00 

1,251,659  95 

51,060  05 

Railways. 

Intereoloni.'il  Railway — 

Working  expenses 

Compassionate  allowance  to  the  widow  of  the 

late  John  Morton 

Compassionate  allowance  to  the  heirs  of  the 

late  T.  Raymond 

Compassionate  allowance  to  the  mother  of  the 

late  J.  E.  McNeill 

Prince  Edward  Island  Railway — 

Working  expenses 

.-Allowance  to  James  Gunnip - 

Windsor  Branch  Railway — 

Maintenance 

Hudson  Bay  Railway — 
Compassionate  allowance  to  the  father  of  the 

late  Alex.  Seymour 

Compassionate  allowance  to  the  father  of  the 
late  Gilbert  Smith,  jr 

Canals. 

Staff  and  repairs 

Statistical  officers 

Lachine  Canal:   Compassionate  allowance  to  the 

widow  of  the  late  James  O'Connor 

Sault  Ste.  Marie  Canal:  .\llowance  to  John  Erick- 

son 

Williamsburg  Canals:    Compassionate  allowance 

to  the  widow  of  the  late  Elgin  Ser%iss 


These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

R.  S.  Glass. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


B— 62 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Collection  of  Revenue. 

Grant.          Expenditure.       ^^rant^^ 

1 

Grant 
esce<?ded. 

Public  Works. 

Harbours  and  Rivers,  Slides  and  Booms — 
Slides  and  Booms 

$         Ct3. 

109,600  00 

I         $       cts. 
97  .W5  14 

$       cts. 

12,064  86 
3,419  46 

11,701  61 
2,091  99 

53  34 

$       cts. 

32,000  00  ;        29,180  54 

27,900  00           16,198  39 

5,000  00             2.908  01 

Harbour  and  River  Works,  &c 

Telegraph  Lines — 
Prince  Edward  Island  and  Mainland 

7,000  00 

150,000  00 
300  00 

6,946  66 

150, 127  84 
200  00 

Land  and  Cable  Telegraph  Lines,   Lower  St. 
Lawrence  and  Maritime  Provinces,  including 
working  expenses  of  vessels  required  for  cable 

127  84 

To  pay  J.  C .  Tach^  for  services  as  superintendent 

100.00 
211  51 

257  50 

26  12 

1,047  64 

Saskatchewan  and  Alberta ; 

54,000  00           .53.788  49 

British    Columbia,    inclusive   of  proportion   of 
cost  of  maintenance  of  Barkerville-Alberni- 
Cape  Beale  line  jointly  with  C.P.Ry.  Co 

Yukon  System  (Ashcrof t-Dawson) 

69,000  00 

220,000  00 

7,000  00 

68,742  50 

219,973  88 

5,952  36 

Telegraph  Service  Generally  ■ 

682,400  00 

651,553  81 

30,974  03 

127  84 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

C.  H.  Douglas. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


Service. 

Grant 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Post  Office. 

$      cts. 

4,728,273  00 

3,465,257  75 

838,547  05 

140,000  00 

$       cts. 

4,671,391  88 

3,394,182  01 

964,102  69 

142,358  89 

$       cts. 

56,881  12 
I 

$       cts. 
(a) 

Salaries 

1 

Yukon  Territory 

(c)   2,358  89 

9,172,077  SO 

9,172,035  47 

56,881  12 

56,838  79 

(a)  Expenditure  overestimated.  Owing  to  the  expansion  of  the  service  and  establishment  of  the 
Rural  Mail  Delivery  in  many  parts  of  the  Dominion,  a  substantial  increase  in  mail  service  expenditure 
has  to  be  provided  for  in  each  year,  but  it  is  impossible  to  make  a  close  estimate  of  what  will  be  required. 

(6)Expenditure  underestimated.  Owing  to  the  establishment  of  free  delivery  by  letter  carriers  at 
some  places  and  the  very  large  increase  in  tlie  work  at  many  city  offices,  especially  in  the  West,  the  staffs 
of  those  offices  had  to  be  increased  to  a  much  greater  extent  than  was  anticipated  when  the  estimates 
were  prepared. 

(c)  The  amount  asked  lor  the  Yukon  serv-ire  was  not  quite  sufficient  to  meet  the  expenditure  as  a 
number  of  new  mail  services  had  to  be  provided  for  throughout  the  Territory  where  new  mining  camps 
were  opened. 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  ar6  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Kearns. 


J.  FRASER, 

Auditor  General. 


APPROI'RIATIOK  ACCOUNTS 


B— 63 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Trade  and  Commerce. 

Grant. 

Expenditure. 

Grant 
not  used. 

Grant 
exceeded. 

Amount  required  to  pay  certain  obligations  in- 
curred by  the  Canadian  Trade  Commissioner 

$      cts. 

551  88 
7,000  00 

2,830  00 

600  00 

7,000  00 

125,000  00 

45,000  00 

X         $       cts. 

551  88 
3,012  51 

2,830  00 

600  00 

6,833  05 

117.060  01 

20,758  21 

$       cts. 
3,987  49 

166  95 
7,939  99 

24,241  79 

$      cts. 

Kspenscs  in  connection  with  the  administration  of 

Gratuities  to  sundry  lecturers  and  agentjs  formerly 
in  the  Annuities  Branch  of  the  Department  of 
Trade  and  Commerce 

Chinese  Immigration  Act.     ' 

(Vote  of  Si2.000  transferred  to  Immigration.) 

Salaries  and  expenses  of  the  Paris  Agency 

Trade  Commissioners  and  Commercial  Agencies. 

To  provide  for  the  expenses  of  administrating  the 

Act  respecting  Annuities  for  Old  Age 

187,981  88 

151,645  66 

36,336  22 

Inspection  of  Staples 

227,000  00 

226,894  75 

105  25 

Culling  Timber 

13,800  00 

11,969  70 

1,830  30 

Under  Special  Statutes. 

166,750  17 

50,556  78 

179,288  19 

141,9.35  70 

"          lead 

538,530  84 

1 

These  accounts  have  been  examined  under  my  direction  and  are  correct. 


Examined, 

W.  Kearxs. 


J.  FRASER, 
Auditor  General. 


3  GEORGE  V.  .  SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  1  A.  1913 

AUDITOR    GENERAL'S    REPORT 

1911-12 


SUMMARIES  OF  REVENUE 


1— 5b 


B— 66 


AUDITOR  OENERAL'8  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Consolidated  Fund  Revenue. 


1910-11 


Sen-ice. 


Part. 


1911-12. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


i     cts. 

16, 794  80 

221,138  49 

1,898,520  68 

1,127,306  00 

7,244  00 

2,6S4  64 

71,838,088  46 

3,108,735  50 

24,744  28 

591808  00 

489  18 

16,778  837  88 

58,487  97 

85,785  08 

15,076  50 

52,525  25 

29,435  22 

178,476  57 

1,668  773  16 

17,432  49 

613  00 

55,430  07 

90,999  48 

44,208  34 

31,705  10 

23,347  21 

3.674  34 

5.910  24 

231,866  44 

50.497  55 

9,146.952  47 

164,623  11 

348,303  62 

9,863,780  96 

337,419  55 

48,191  43 

5,585  10 

39,249  84 

97,667  78 


Canada  Gazette 

Canals 

Casual — See  page  68 

Chinese  Immigration 

Civil  Service  Examination  Fees. . . 

Cullers  Fees 

Customs 

Dominion  Lands 

Dominion  Steamers 

Electric  Light  Inspection 

Exchequer  Court  Reports 

Excise 

Fines  and  Forfeitures — See  page  69 

Fisheries 

Fisheries — Modus  Vivendi 

Gas  Inspection 

Insurance  Superintendence 

Inspection  of  Staples 

Interest  on  Investments 

Law  Stamps 

Light  House  &  CoaBt  Service 

Mariners  Fund 

Methylated  Spirits 

Militia 

Military  College 

Militia  Pensions 

Mounted  Police  Pensions 

Ordnance  Lands 

Patent  Fees  &  Trade  Marks 

Penitentaries 

Post  Office 

Premium  Discount  Exchange 

Public  Works — See  page  69 

Railway — Intercolonial 

Railway — Prince  Edward  Island. . 

Railway — Windsor  Branch 

Steamboat  Inspection 

Superannuation 

Weights  &  Measures  Inspection 


117,780,409  78 


T 

W 
B 
Y 
X 

Y 

E 

J 

N 

I 

K 

I 

B 

N 

N 

I 

F 

Y 

F 

I 

N 

N 

I 

0 

O 

o 

R 
J 
C 
K 

S 
F 
B 
W 
W 

w 

N 
F 
I 


22, 

263, 

1,574, 

1,534, 

7, 

3, 

85,051, 

3,775, 

36, 


19,169, 

132, 

82, 

13, 

51, 

33, 

230, 

1,281, 

7, 

60, 

92, 

59, 

34, 

25, 

3, 

11 

243, 

58, 

10,492, 

147, 

354, 

10,593, 

367 

73, 

5, 

40, 

105, 


i       cts 

056  26 
716  75 
596  06 
270  25 
648  00 
480  24 
872  18 
856  97 
034  70 
510  10 
531  30 
068  02 
388  88 
445  01 
785  00 
351  75 
482  17 
173  87 
317  41 
089  35 
741  00 
457  12 
593  95 
828  79 
286  12 
209  05 
606  39 
484  53 
443  67 
775  91 
394  18 
746  71 
064  69 
785  84 
203  39 
176  60 
896  56 
032  13 
816  46 


$   cts, 

5,261  46 
42,578  26 


406,964  25 

404  00 

795  60 

13,213,783  72 

667,121  47 

11,290  42 

6,702  10 

42  12 

2,390  230  14 

73,900  91 


4,046  95 
51,697  30 


12S  00 
5,027  05 
1,594  47 
15,620  45 
2,581  02 
1,861  84 


5,574  29 

11,577  23 

8,278  36 

1,345,441  71 


5,761  07 

730, 004  88 

29,783  84 

24,985  17 

311  46 

782  29 

8,148  68 


$  eta. 


323,924  62 


3,340  07 
1,291  50 
1,173  50 


387,455  75 
10,343  14 


67  95 


16,876  40 


136.108,217  36 


18,327,807  58 


SUMMARIES  OF  REVENVE 


B— 67 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


Summary  of  Revenue  by  Departments. 


1910-11. 

Department. 

Part. 

1911-12. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

$       cts. 
272  010  03 

Agriculture 

C 

E 

X 

F 

G 

M 

H 

I 

J 

K 

L 

N 

O 

P 

Q 

R 

S 

T 

U 

V 

W 

X 

M 

Y 

$       cts. 

301,507  30 

85,148,727  21 

819  50 

2,389,236  11 

S       cts. 

29,497  27 
13,268,756  28 

t       cts. 

71,879,968  93 

847  50 

Externa!  Affairs 

28  00 

2,822,630  32 
5  66 

433  394  21 

Governor  General's  Secretary's  Office 

5  66 

44  861  35 

House  of  Commons        

28,766  05 

35,868  19 

19,498,589  09 

5,365,890  58 

71,073  22 

1,375  58 

299,014  63 

121,238  72 

3,352  93 

10,455  26 

4,608  64 

10,492,620  18 

43,441  85 

15  00 

418,325  53 

11,421,304  91 

207,599  45 

9,938  82 

234,448  61 

16  095  30 

46,219  00 

Indian  AffairB 

10,350  81 

17,104  770  89 

Inland  Revenue 

2,393,818  20 

2,2.34,.M2  93 

10,872  42 

3,131,347  65 

60,200  SO 

1,542  56 

280,  (M7  26 

100,925  28 

709  93 

10,148  03 

166  98 

Marine  Fisheries 

18,967  37 

20,313  44 

2,613  00 

307  23 

241  43 

1,345,383  61 

M  ilitia  &  Defence 

Mines..                          

Naval  Scn'ice 

4,367  21 

N.  W.  Mounted    Police 

9,147,236  57 

Post  Office 

269,352  60 

Printing  &  Stationery 

225,910  75 

5  00 

Privy  Council 

10  00 

537,498  22 

Public  Works                      

119,172  69 

10,555  HI  55 

Railways  &  Canals 

866,193  36 
18,502  40 

189,097  05 

13,035  90 

3,097  08 

1,308,470  49 

Trade  &  Commerce..        

1,074,021  88 

117.7S0.409  78 

136,108,217  36 

18,327,807  58 

B— 68 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  i:itJ-1013 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


1910-11. 


Casual  Revenue. 


Part. 


1911-12. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


cts, 


9,268  28 

16,707  78 

12,366  24 

663  05 

847  50 


861,188  65 
34,827  91 
6,296  56 
18,235  87 
5  66 
44,861  35 
46,217  00 


634  93 
74  75 
424  00 
537  GO 
1,276  16 
674  61 

204  70 


1,303  20 

11,346  49 

2,071  82 

1,542  56 


29  59 

4,431  61 

44,353  83 

22,357  12 

1,655  63 

709  93 

10,148  03 

56  60 


238, 705  82 

12,323  84 

1,528  14 

5  00 

210,998  25 

84,581  12 

167  87 

181,853  05 

13,035  90 

3  28 

1,898,520  68 


Agriculture — 

Cattle  Inspection 

Experimental  Farms. 

Sundries 

CimtoTns 

External  Affairs 


Finance — 

Profit  on  Silver  Coinage 

Profit  on  Copper  Coinage 

Outstanding  Cheques 

Sundries 

Goiernor  General's  Secretary's  Office. 

House  of  Commons 

Indian  Affairs 


Inland  Revenue — 

Adulteration  of  Food 

Elec.  Stand.  Laboratory. 

Feeding  Stuffs 

Fertilizers 

Patent  Medicines 

Testing  Milk  Glasses 

Motor  Laboratory 

Sundries 


Interior — 

Registration  Fees. 

Sundries 

Justice 

Labour 


Marine  and  Fisheries — 

Marine  Registry  Fees 

Examination  of  Masters  and  Mates 

Sales 

Sundries 

Militia  and  Defence 

Mines 

Naval  Service 

Post  Office 


'Printing  and  Stationery — 

!     Profit  on  Stationery 

I     Sales  of  Publications. . . 

!     Sundries 

Privy  Council 

Public  Works 

Railways  and  Canals 

R.  A'.  \V.  Mounted  Police.. 

Secretary  of  State 

Senate 

Trade  and  Coinmerce 


E 
X 


M 
H 


K 

L 


O 
P 

Q 

s 


u 

V 

w 

R 
X 

M 

y 


cts. 


21,662  92 

21,065  09 

14,723  98 

3,621  06 

819  50 


774,765  77 

51,076  62 

822  99 

50,492  31 


12.394  64 
4,357  31 
2,357  74 
2,958  01 


16,248  71 
32,256  44 


28,766  05 

35,868  19 
108  00 

51  10 

340  00 

682  00 

2,112  00 

1,896  10 

25  00 

5  40 

145  00 

835  S4 

1,221  49 

25  00 

997  25 

32,821  10 
7,4.54  76 
1,400  58 

21,474  61 
5,382  94 

52  58 
3,803  50 

22  99 

42,157  87 

16.810  19 

1,914  76 

3,352  93 

10,455  26 

259  13 

2,013  00 
307  23 

7,138  19 

12,317  60 

1,929  80 
15  00 

89,790  76 

401  66 
10  00 

123,422  33 

777  25 

199,951  45 

9,9.38  82 

38,841  21 

009  38 

18,098  40 

190  00 

18G  72 

1,. 574, 596  06 


cts. 


28  00 

86,422  88 

5,473  57 

5  66 
16,095  30 
10,348  81 


526  93 
23  65 
84  00 


199  30 
305  95 
141  98 


628  11 
2,195  96 
6,546  93 


56  GO 


231,567  63 
6  24 


121,207  49 


3,097  08 


323,924  62 


SUMMARIES  OF  TtEVENUB 


B— 69 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


1 

1910-11. 

Part. 

1911-12. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

$       cts. 
474  00 

Public  Works  Revenue. 

Inland  Revenue — 

I 
N 

t      cts. 

769  00 

747  00 
24,013  92 

40,414  84 

87,789  73 

200,330  20 

$       cts. 

295  00 

179  00 
3,252  27 

t       cts. 

568  00 

Marine  and  Fisheries — 

20  761  65 

42  076  09 

Public  Worts— 

V 

1  661  25 

114  8,38  73 

27  049  00 

169  585  15 

30,745  05 

Fines  and  Forfeitures. 

Agriculture     ,              

348,303  62 

354,064  69 

5,761  07 

1,801  29 
41  217  42 

611  64 

93,233  97 

9,500  00 

1  189  65 

52,016  55 
9,500  00 

Finance.          

2  00 

2  00 

3  199  86 

Inland  Revenue 

170  86 

10,460  48 

4,311  25 

25  00 

13,070  18 



3,029  00 

4,052  22 

6,408  26 

7  142  25 

Justice 

2,831  00 

mis 

9  00 
227  50 
525  00 

Labpur (Debit) 

Marine 

25  00 
12,758  75 

9  00 

Post  Office 

226  00 
225  00 
604  50 

1  50 

R.  N.  W.  Police 

300  00 

Trade  and  Commerce 

604  50 

58,487  97 

132,388  88 

73,900  91 

1— Gb 


3  GEORGE  V.  SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  1  A.   1913 

AUDITOR    GENERAL'S    REPORT 

1911-12 


PARTC 


AGRICULTURE    DEPARTMENT 


DETAILS  OF  EXPENDITURE  AND  REVENUE 


1— ic 


C— 2 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Department  ef  Agriculture:   Summary  of  Expenditure. 


Page 

in 

Part  C 


S      ctg. 


t      cts. 


Civil  Government- 
Salaries 

Contingencies. . 


Arts,  .^rgieulture  and  Statistics — 

Archives. 

Canadian  Exhibit,  Imperial  Institute,  London 

Capadian  Tobacco — to  encourage  production  of 

Census  and  Statistics 

Cold  Storage  Warehouses 

Cold  Storage  for  Fruit — Experiments  in 

Dairying  and  Fruit  Industries 

Dominion  Exhibition 

Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act — Administration  of.. 

Exhibitions 

Experimental  Farms 

.     I'^xperimenfal  Farms — Branch  Stations 

Gold  and  Silver  Marking  Act,  190S ' 

Health  of  Animals 

Internation.al  Institute  of  Agriculture 

Live  Stock  Industry 

Meat  and  Canned  Foods  Act 

Patent  Record .- 

Printing  and  Distributina;  Reports  and  Bulletins. . . 

Seed  Control  Act — Enforcement  of 

Statistical  Year  Book 


Quarantine — 

Salaries  and  contingencies — Organized  Districts. 

Tracadie  and  D'Arcy  Island  Lazarettos 

Public  Works  Health  Act 

Steamers  "Argus"  and  "Challenger" 


Miscellaneous — 

Canadian  Handicrafts  Guild — Grant 

Canadian  .Association  for  the  Prevention  of  Tuberculosis — Grant.. 
Canadian  Branch  of  the  St.  John  .Ambulance  Association — Grant. 

Gratuities — 

Widow  of  the  late  Robert  Laidlaw,  clerk  Department 

Widow  of  the  late  J.  J.  Doyle,  Medical  Inspector,  Quarantine 
Station,  Halifax 


The  Commission  of  Coiiser\'ation- 
Civil  Government  Salaries. . . . 
General  expenses 


3 
12 


14 
14 
42 
68 
42 
34 
34 
If) 
33 
16 
17 
17 
14 
M 
17 
45 
56 
14 
34 
41 
14 


64 
64 
64 
65 


65 
65 
65 


65 
65 


66 
67 


366,2.37  59 
24,381  88 


390,619  47 


35,1.35  78 

6,216  38 

16,6.33  42 

1,204.614  29 

88.422  26 

8  40 

130.  6.56  02 

50,000  00 

15.010  42 
279,873  55 
156,421  46 
118,571  19 

2,884  44 

324,952  23 

15,579  69 

94.011  14 
145,182  42 

17,000  00 

10,000  00 

54,651  26 

5,811  77 


158, 898  02 
9,063  21 
5, 629  03 
8,802  17 


1,000  00 
10,000  00 
2,500  00 


2,771,a35  12 


182,392  43 


258  33 
166  66 


17,946  64 
49,995  34 


13,924  99 


3,358,573  01 


67,941  93 


AGRICrLTVRE  DEPAIiTilEXT :  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C-3 


Abate- 
ments. 


Agriculture  Department:  Salaries  at  Ottawa. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


3  00 


200  00 
•56  00 
IGO  00 
tlOl  .50 
ISO  00 
HO  00 
•6.3  00 
t 

156  25 
170  00 
195  00 
200  00 

120  00 
125  00 
♦42  00 
125  00 
112  .50 
112  .50 
140  00 
138  60 


t 

125  00 

1.30  00 

125  00 

125  00 

105  00 

125  00 

_  140  00 

125  00 

•84  00 

•42  00 

103  75 

80  00 

96  88 

80  63 

t59  06 

•41  76 

80  00 

93  75 

80  00 

91  44 

80  00 

93  75 

64  16 

93  75 

93  75 

80  00 

103  75 
80  00 
29  97 

105  00 

134  98 
80  00 

103  75 


Minister. 

Hon.  S.  A.  Fisher,  Apr.  1  to  Oct.  9  at  S7.000 

Hon.  Martin  Burrell,  Oct.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  17,000 

Deputy  Minister. 

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

Staff. 

Div.  1  .\— 

Blue.  .'V.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Chittieli.  F.  C.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Clark,  G.  H..  6  m.  at  83.150.  6  m.  at  $3,250 

DohiTty,  T.  K.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Doughtv.  .\.  G.,  6  m.  at  S3.5.50.  6  m.  at  $3,650 

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

Jarvis.  .\,  L..  6  m.  at  $3,100.  6  m.  at  S3. 200 

Montizambert,  F.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 ; . . . 

Ritchie.  P.  E..9m.  at  .$3,100.  3  m.  at  .?3.200 

Rov.  J.  E..  6  m.  at  S3,350.  6  m.  at  S3,4.50 

Ruddiclj,  ,1.  A.,  6  m.  at  $3,850.  6  m.  at  $3,950 

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

Div.  1  B— 

.Arkell,  H.  S.,  12  m.  to  Mar    3! 

Barr.  G.  H.,  6  m.  at  $2,450,  6  m.  at  $2,550 

Bate,  C.  W.  r.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Charlan.  F.,  6  m.  at  $2.4.50.  6  m.  at  $2,5.50 

Gussow,  H..  6  m.  at  $2,200.  6  m.  at  S2.. 300 

Hewitt,  C.  C...  6m.at  S2.200.  6  m.  at  $2, 300 

Hil-on.  G,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Ide,  \Vm.  Oct.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $2.400 

Private  S  cretary,  Oct.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

Lynch.  W.  J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

MacXeill.  A  .  6  m.  a'  $2,450.  6  m.  at  S2„550 

Maofun   \V.  T..  6  m.  at  S2.5.50.  fi  m.  at  52. 650 

M.-.cphail.  E.  S,  6  m.  at  S2.4.50.  0  m.  at  .52.  .550 

Mooro,  W.  W.,  0  m.  at  $2,450.  6  m.  at  $2,.550 

Mortureiux,  C.  F...  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

f^aun  Jers,  C.  E.,  6  m.  at  $2,450,  6  m.  at  $2,550 

.«hutt,  F.  T.,  12  to  Mar.  31 

8p"nccr.  .1.  B.,  6  m.  at  $2,450,  6  m.  at  $2,550 

St.  Dtnis.  E.  H.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Div.  2  A— 

Bailey,  H.  H.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Barnes,  R.,  6  m.  at  $2.0.50,  0  m.  at  .$2, 100 

Bamet,  W.  .\..  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

■    B^langer.  M.  A..  3  m.  at  $,1,900,  9  m.  at  $1,9.50 

Bonnell,  M,  B..  9  m.  at  $1,600.3  m.  at  $1.6.50 

Campbell.  W.  \V.,  3  m.  at  SI .650.  9  m.  at  $1,700 

Caron.  A.  E.,  3  m.  at  $2.0.50.  9  in.  at  $2,100,  (less  1  d.  in  Nov.). 

Charlton,  H.  W..  12  to  Mar.  31 

Charron,  A.  T..  6  m.  at  $1.8.50,  6  m.  at  $1,900 

Chevalier.  O.  V.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

demons.  \V.  A.,  6  m.  at  $1,8.50,  6  m.  at  $1,900,  (less  June  1-9), 

Cote. . I.  C.  12  m.  to  Mar,  31 

Cramp,  T.  M,.  6  m,  at  $I.S.50,  fi  m.  at  $1,900 

Ea.stham,,I.  \V..  June  12  to  Mar.  31  at  $1.600 

Eddv.  E.  D.,  6  m.  at  $1,8.50.  6  m.  at  $1.900 

Gibson,  A.,6  m.  at  $1,8.50,  6  m.  at  $1,900 -. 

Goddard,  C.  M..  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Private  Sccretarv',  .\pr.  I  to  Oct.  9  at  $600  . 

Godfrey,  E.  H.,  6  m,  at  $2.0,50.  6  m.  at  $2,100 

Had  wen,  S.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Hamcr,  R.  .S.,  .\ov.  16  to  Mar.  31,  at  $1,000 

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

Ide,  Wm.,  -Apr.  1  to  Oct.  15  at  $1,8.50  (promoted) 

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

Macphcrson.  J.  C,  6  m.  at  $2,050,  6  m.  at  $2,100 


$   cts. 

3.069  33 
3,217  72 


6,000  00 


4,000  00 
2,800  00 
3,200  00 
2,900  00 
3, COO  00 
2,800  00 
3,1,50  00 
4,000  00 
3,125  00 
3,400  00 
3,900  00 
4,000  00 

2,400  00 
2,500  00 
2.100  00 
2, 500  00 
2,2.50  00 
2, 250  00 
2,800  00 
1,103  22 
229  80 
2,800  00 
2,500  00 
2, 600  00 
2,  .500  00 
2, 500  00 
2, 100  00 
2,500  00 
2,800  00 
2,500  00 
2,800  00 

2,100  00 
2,075  00 
1,600  00 
1,937  50 
1,012  50 
1,6,«7  .50 
2,  OS  I  66 
1,600  00 
1,875  00 
1,600  00 
1.S2S  75 
1,600  00 
1,875  00 
1,2,S4  41 
1,875  00 
1,875  00 
1,600  00 

314  52 
2,075  00 
1 , 000  00 

599  98 
2,100  00 

999  59 
1,600  00 
2,075  00 


S     eta. 


Carried  forward 138, 966  48 


-He 


C— 4 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1011-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Abate- 
ments. 


Agriculture  Department — Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 

Votes. 


i    cts. 


81  25 

52  50 

94  38 
80  00 

105  00 
96  88 
84  38 

»33  75 
93  75 
96  88 

92  50 

93  75 

25  65 
90  00 
92  50 

•32  00 
58  75 
42  50 
15  63 

15  00 
20  00 
66  25 
80  00 

75  00 

10  00 
61  25 

61  25 
80  00 
51  27 
80  00 
45  00 

62  75 
68  75 
71  25 
61  88 
68  75 

77  50 
40  00 
73  75 

78  75 

26  67 
66  25 

63  75 
4  38 

78  75 

77  50 
32  30 
68  75 
75  00 
71  25 

11  71 
10  00 
61  25 

78  75 
68  75 
68  75 

16  26 

53  75 
73  75 
80  00 

3  33 


SJo#— Continued. 


S    cts 


Brought  forward. 


Div.  2.\ — Continued. 

Mc.'Vrthur  D.,  6  m.  at  $1,600,  6  m.  at   $1,650 

McKcnna.  J.  A.,7m.  toOct.31,  at  $1,800  (transferred  to  Militia 
and  Defence) 

Megill,  \V.  H.  T.,3m.  at  $1,850.  9  m.  at  $1,900 

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

Moore,  A.  E.,  12  m.  to  mar.  31 

Neville,  T.  P.,  3  m.  at -SI, 900,  9  m.  at  $1,950 

Patrv,  A.,  3  m.  at  $1,650,  9  m.  at  $1,700 

Powell,  A.  E.,  3  m.  at  $1,650,  9  m.  at  $1,700 

Raynor,  T.  G.,  6  m.  at  $1,850,  6  m.  at  $1,900 

Richard,  T.  L..  3  m.  at  $1,900,  9  m.  at  $1,950 

Rush,  M.  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Sharman,  C.  H.  L.,  6  m.  at  $1,850,  6  m.  at  $1,900 

Swaine,  J.  M.,  Dec.  19  to  Mar.  31,  at  $1,800 

Withrow,  J.  F.  D.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 .    . 

Withrow,  W.  J.,  12  m.  toMar.  31 

Div.  2B.— 

Audet,  F.  J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Audlev,  J.,  6  m.  at  $1,1.50,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Astle,  T.  F.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Belanger,  P.,  3  in.  to  .June  30,  at  $1,  250 .' 

Bergoend,  J.  F.,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31,  at  $1 -200 

Bond,  W.,  2  m.  to  May  31,  and  2  m.  to  Dec.  31,  at  $1,200 

Bouchard,  J.  G.,  C  m.  at  $1,300,  6  m.  at  $1,350 

Bowker,  L.  G.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Brittain,  VV.  H.,  Jan.  23  to  Mar.  22,  at  $1,200  (resigned) 

Brown,  C.  G.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Buck,  F.  E.,  2  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,200 ;.... 

Bunting,  L.  G.,  6  m.  at  $1,200.  6  m.  at  $1,250 

Carruthers,  E.  B.,  6  m.  at  $1,200,   6  m.  at  $1,250 

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

demons.  G.  W.,  6  m.  at  $1,350,  Oct.  1  to  Jan.  18  at  $1,400. 

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

Cooke,  L.  L.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,200 

Defosses,  A.  J.,  6  m.  at  $1,2.50,  6  m.  at  $1,300 

Dorc,  L.J.  O.,  6  m.  at  $1,350,  6  m.  at  $1,400 

Drummond,  D.,  6  m.  at  $1,400,  6  m.  at  $1,450 

Evans,  C,  3  m.  at  $1,200.  9  m.  at  $1,250 ; 

Fortier,  V.,  6  m.  at  $1,350,  6  m.  at  $1,400 

Fra.scr,  W.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Fyles,  F.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  atSl,200 

Gaudet,  P.  P.,  6  m.  at  $1,450,  6  m.  at  $1,500 

Gilbert,  A.  G.,  0  m.  at  $1,550,  6  m.  at  $1.600 

Gow,  D.,  8  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $800 

Gray,  D.  D.,  6  m.  at  $1,300,  6  m.  at  $1,350 

Grey,  F.  W.,  6  m.  at  $1,250,  6  m.  at  $1,300  .      .. 

Groh,  H.,  Apr.  1-30  at  $1,050  (resigned) 

Holmden.  H.,  6  m.  at  $1,550,  6  m.  at  $1,600 

Killaglin,  J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 ' 

Laidlaw,  R.,  5  m.  to  Aug.  3  at  $1 , 550  (deceased) 

MacMurray,  J.  L.,  6  m.  at  $1,350,  6  m.  at  $1,400 

Macpherson,  R.  C,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Macrae,  C.  M.,  6  m.  at  $1,400  ,  6  m.  at  $1,450 

McCutchcon,  L.  W.,  16  Dec.  to  Mar.  31  at  $800 

McGregor,  R.  R.,  3  m.  to  M.ir.  31  at  $800 

Mereure,  P.  L.,  6  m.  at  $1,200,  6  m.  at  $1,250 

Munro,  J.  R.,  6  m.  at  $1,550,  6  m.  at  $1,600 

Nowlan,  A.,  6  m.  at  $1,350,  6  m.  at  $1,400 

O'Hanlv,  M.  C,  6  m.  at  $1,350,  6  m.  at  $1,400 

Osmond,  H.,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,300 

Patterson.  F.  W.,  6  m.  at  $1,0.50,  6  m.  at  $1. 100 

Pelletier,  E.,  6  m.  at  $1,450,  6  m.  at  $1,500 

Pellctier,  L.  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Richer,  C.  E.  McG.,  Mar.  1-31  at  $800 


138,966  48 

1,025  00 

1,0.50  00 

1,887  50 

1,000  00 

2, 100  00 

1,937  50 

1,CS7  50 

l,flS7  50 

1,875  00 

1,937  .50 

] ,  S,5n  00 

1,875  00 

512  91 

1,800  00 

1,850  00 

1,600  00 

1,175  00 

850  00 

312  51 

300  00 

400  00 

1,325  00 

1,600  00 

200  00 

l,.50O  00 

200  00 

1,225  00 

1,225  00 

1,600  00 

1,092  72 

1,600  00 

900  00 

1,275  00 

1,375  00 

1,425  00 

1,2.37  50 

1,375  00 

1,,5,50  00 

800  00 

1,475  00 

1,.575  00 

533  33 

1,.325  00 

1,275  00 

87  50 

1,575  00 

1,550  00 

645  85 

1,375  00 

1,500  00 

1,425  00 

231  38 

200  00 

1,225  00 

I,. 575  00 

l,:i75  00 

l,.i75  00 

324  99 

1,075  00 

1,475  00 

1,000  00 

60  66 

Carried  forward 215,252  33 


ACIilil  I.TlliE  DEI'ARTMENT-  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 5 


Abate- 
ments. 


Agriculture  Department:   Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


$     cts. 


S(a#— Continued. 


51  2,5 

SO  00 

58  75 

61  25 

t55  56 

■10  00 

31  32 

51  25 

11  26 

15  56 

58  7.5 

40  00 

•32  00 

68  75 

76  25 

61  S8 

80  00 

02  .50 

•31  75 

•24  00 

60  00 

t42  00 

60  00 

57  35 

58  75 

58  75 

49  38 

60  00 

56  25 

00  00 

•24  00 

11  00 

60  00 

•24  00 

60  00 

60  00 

58  75 

45  00 

58  75 

57  50 

58  75 

58  75 

t42  00 

56  25 

58  75 

56  88 

58  75 

56  88 

*24  00 

58  75 

58  75 

58  75 

60  00 

56  25 

*24  00 

*24  00 

58  75 

12  50 

18  75 

40  00 

Brought  forward. 


Div.  2B— Continued. 

Robinson,  C.  H.,  6  m.  at  $1,000,  6  m.  at  SI, 050 

Rogers,  C.  G.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Sinclair,  H.  H.,  6  m.  at  -SI,  1.50,  6  m.  at  SI, 200 

Sirett.  H.,  6  m.  at  SI, 200,  G  m.  at  .?1,2.50 

Skead,  J..3  m.  at  SI, 550.  9  m.  at  SI, 600 

Smith.  M.  R.  C,  12  m.  to  Mai.  31 

Steele,  E.  F.,  June  19  to  Mar  31  at  $800 

Stuart,  A..  6  m.. at  $1,000,  6  m.  at  $1,0.50.... 

Tenncnt,  D.  C.,2in.  to  May  31  at  $1,350  (transferred  to  Outside 
Service) 

Thornton,  A.  E.,  Jan.  5  to  Mar.  31  at  $1.300 

Trudel.  I..  6  m.  .-it  SI,  1.50.  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Uglow,  R.  H.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31- 

Vemer,  J.  \V.  D.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 '. 

Watson,  J.  F.,  G  m.  at  $1,350.  6  m.  at  $1,400 

Watts,  R.  E.,  6  m.  at  Sl,.50O.  6  m.  at  $1..550 

White,  O.  r.,3  m.at$I,200,  9  m.  at$I,250 

Whitley,  C.  F.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Wickware.  A.  B.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Wilkins,  J.,  3  m.  at  $1,550,  9  m.  at  $1,600 

Div.  3A— 

Arehambault,  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bayless,  B.  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

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

Bourret,  G.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bradley,  A,  M.,  6  m.  at  $1,150,  6  m.  at  $1,200  (less  8  days  in 
July) 

Brown,  A.  L.,  6  m.  at  $1, 150,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Brown,  F.  A.,  6  m.  at  $1, 150,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Brunette,  L.  B..  3  m.  at  $9.50,  9  m.  at  $1,000 

Carter,  E.  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Ca.sey,  M.,  6  m.  at  $1, 100,  6  m.  at  $1, 150 

Cranston,  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Desjardins,  .A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Dewhurst,  E.  R.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Dubourg,  H.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Duff.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.. 

Dupuis,  J.  C.  O.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

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

Gagne,  W.  D.,  6  m.  at  SI,  150,  6  m.  at  $1,200... 

Giguere,  J.  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Cowling,  A.,  6  m.  at  $1,150,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

•  Grenfell,  C.  P.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Hartlev,  M.  F..  6  m.  at  $1, 150,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Henderson,  I.  L.,  6  m.  at  $1, 150,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Leyden,  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Mackie.  A.,  6  m.  at  $1, 100,  6  m.  at  $1, 1.50 

Mareil,  R.  R..  6  m.  at  $1. 150.  6  m.  at  $1, 200 

Martineau,  M.  J.,  3  m.  at  $1,100,  9  m.  at  $1,150 

Milette,  S.,  6  m.  at  $1 .  ISO.  6  m.  at  $1 ,  200 

Monahan,  A.  G.,  3  m.  at  $1,100,  9  m.  at  $1,1.50 

A.^sislant  Private  Secretary,  Oct.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $100... . 

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

Pelletier.  A.  J.,  6  m.  .at  SI,  150,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Phelps.  M.  G.,  6  m.  at  $1,1.50,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Robinson,  K.  B.,  fi  m.  at  $1,150,  6  m.  at  $1,200 

Rodman,  A.  E.,  12  in.  to  Mar.  31 

Ross.  C.,6m.  at  $1,100,  6  m.  at  $1,150 

Steacy,  ('.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 ^ 

Walsh,  W.  J.,  12  III.  to  Mar.  31 

Wetmore,  G.  K.,  6  m.  at  $1,1.50,  6  m.  at  $1,200 ' 

Div.  3  B- 

Alward,  L..  6  iii.  to  Mar.  31,  at  $500 

Anderson,  F.  E.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

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


Carried  forward 282,808  13 


$  cts. 
215,252  33 


1,025  00 
1,600  00 
1,175  00 
1,225  00 
1,587  50 
800  00 
626  67 
1,025  00 

225  00 
311  01 
1,175  00 
800  00 
1,600  00 
1,375  00 
1,525  00 
1,237  50 
1,600  00 
1,2.50  00 
1,587  50 

1,200  00 
1.200  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 

1,147  17 
1,175  00 
1,175  00 

987  50 
1,200  00 
1,125  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
1,175  00 

900  00 
1,175  00 
1,1.50  00 
1,175  00 
1,175  00 
1,200  00 
1 , 125  00 
1,175  00 
1,137  50 
1,175  00 
1 ,  137  .50 
45  95 
1,200  00 
1,175  00 
1,175  00 
1,175  00 
1,200  00 
1,125  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
1,175  00 


2.50  00 
375  00 
800  00 


C-6 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1913 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Abate- 
ments. 

Agriculture  Department— Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 

Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 

Outside 
Votes. 

$     cts. 

iS7a#— Continued . 

S    cts. 
282,808  13 

800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
512  .50 
775  00 
8(K)  00 
SOO  00 
800  00 
800  (JO 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
375  00 
800  00 
800  00 
399  96 
800  00 
SOO  00 
375  00 
SOO  00 
512  50 
800  00 
800  00 
775  00 
125  00 
587  50 
800  00 
800  00 
500  00 
375  00 
800  00 
800  00 

324  98 
800  00 
775  00 
250  00 
525  00 
115  57 
754  85 
800  00 
800  00 
67  51 
266  64 
375  00 
266  67 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
250  00 
SOO  00 
800  00 
800  00 
733  34 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
375  00 
800  00 
800  00 
724  46 

$       cts. 

40  00 

Div.  3  B— Continued. 

Armstrong,  F.  S..  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 
40  00 
40  00 
25  63 
38  75 

Babin,  E.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bartlett.  E.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Battle,  K.  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bauer,  B.  F.,  9  m.  at  .?500,  3  m.  at  $550 

Beith,  F.,  6  rii.  at  ?750,  6  m.  .at  $800 

40  00 
40  00 
40  00 
40  00 
40  00 
40  00 
40  00 

Belangcr,  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bertrand,  C.  E.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bigras,  V.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

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

Boulet,  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bourret,  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Bowden,  G.,  12  m  to  Mar.  31.... 

18  75 

Brat-eland,  M.  V.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

40  00 

Braden,  L.,  12  m   to  Mar.  31 — 

40  00 

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

19  98 

Browne,  K.  R.,  6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $800  (resii^ned) 

40  00 

Brown,  L.,  12  m.  to  31  Mar 

40  00 

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

18  75 

Collinson,  E.  B.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

40  00 

Cook.  A.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

25  63 

Cote,  A.,  9  m.  at  $500,  3  m.  at  $550 

40  00 

Coulson.  M.  G.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

D'Auray,  S.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

38  75 

Davis,  L.  C,  6  m.  at  $750,  6  m.  at  $800 

6  26 

de  Lezeleuc,  F.,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $750  (re.signed) 

29  38 

Dewar,  A.  F.,  3  m.  at  $550,  9  m.  at  $600 

40  00 

Dewar,  M.,  12  m.  to  M.ir.  31 

40  00 

Dick,  I.  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

25  00 

Dion,  M.  B.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

18  75 

Dodd,  A.  McC.  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

40  00 

Drummond,  B.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 : 

40  00 

Drysdale,  B.,  12  m.  to  M;ir.  31 

16  24 

Eastcott,  M.  G.,  6  m.  at  $550,  Oct.  1-31  at  $600  (transferred  to 
Customs) 

40  00 

Elliott,  M.  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

38  75 

Emery,  L.  B.,  6  m.  at  $750,  6  m.  at  $.800 

12  50 

Fahey.  F.  M.,  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

26  25 

5  77 

Fairbairn,  H.  G.,  6  m.  at  $.500,  6  m.  at  $5.50 

Fairbairn,  H.  M.,  Jan.  8  to  Mar.  31  at  S500 

37  75 

Fee,  N.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $800  (less  21  d.  in  July)  . . 

40  00 

Field,  R.  N.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Fisher,  J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

3  37 

Fraser.  B.  H.,  Feb.  12  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

13  32 

Fyles,  F.,  4  m.  to  July  31  at  $800  (appointed  to  2B) 

18  75 

Gleeson,  B.  G..  9  m.  to  Mar.  31 

13  33 

Gow,  D.,  4  m.  to  July  31  at  $800  (appointed  to  2B) 

40  00 

Grant,  J.  F.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Gravel.  O.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Greaves,  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Hanlon,  X.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

12  .50 

Hayes,  H.  A..  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

40  00 

Hill.  H.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Hubbell,  A.  H.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 
36  67 

Hudon,  J.  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Hunter,  S.,  12  m.  to  M.ar.  31  at  $800  (less  Feb.) 

40  00 

Irwin,  A.,  12  m.  to  M.ar.  31 

40  00 

Jenkins.  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Kehoe,  G.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Keir,  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

Keir,  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

18  75 

Ker,  F.  G.,  9  m.  to  Mar.,  31  at  $500 

40  00 

Kilburn,  B.  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

40  00 

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

36  23 

Kingsraill,  L.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $800  (less  May  1  to  June  5) 
Carried  forward 

325, 124  61 

AGRICVLTIRF.   DEPARTMEKT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 7 


Abate- 
monts. 


Agriculture  Department:  Salaries  at  Ottawa — Continued. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


S/a#— Continupd. 
Brought  forward 


S    cts. 
325, 124  61 


40  00 

24  7.3 

40  00 

29  38 

40  00 

6  80 

40  00 

2  (i.i 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

28  75 

IS  17 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

25  63 

40  00 

40  00 

18  75 

40  00 

40  00 

26  24 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

38  75 

22  90 

38  75 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

31  25 

40  00 

40  00 

18  75 

13  32 

5  96 

37  10 

30  00 

7  11 

12  .50 

19  98 

40  00 

28  75 

18  75 

40  00 

40  00 

128  00 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

40  00 

Div.  3  B— Continued. 

Lafontaine,  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Landers,  1'.,  6  m.  at  S750.  2  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  S800  (les.s  7  d.  in 
July — resigned ) 

Lanrford,  B.  L,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

I.aRocquc,  J.  H.,  3  m.  at  S550,  9  m.  at  SOOO 

Letournoau.  J.,  12  ni.  to  Mar.  31 

Lisle.  E..  Apr.  1  to  June  29,  at  $550  (appointed  to  2B  in  Naval 
Serviee)  .* 

Lovekin.  F.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

MaeCallum,  M.  D.,  Feb.  22  to  Mar.  31  at  $500 

Maedonald.  M.,  12m.  to  Mar.  31 

MaeKav,  J.  F.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Mabon.  T.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

MeClennan,  T.  A..  6  m.  at  ?550,  0  m.  at  SOOO 

MeCuteheon,  L.  W.,  6  m.  at  $500,  Oct.  1  to  Doc.  IC  at   S5.50  (ap- 
pointed to  2B) 

McDonald.  F.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

McGillivray,  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Mclvcr,  M.  E.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

McRae,  C..  9  m.  at  S500,  3  m.  at  S550 

Mohr.  L.,  12  m.,  to  Mar.  31 i 

Morgan,  T.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 I 

Morrison,  1.  G.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31 | 

Muir,  v.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 1 

Ogilvy,  G.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 1 

Ouellctte,  R..  fi  m.  ,at  S550,  5  m.  to  Feb.  29  at  $000  (resigned). .  I 

PoUetier.  J.  H.  C,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 : 

Polfon,  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Poirier.  D.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Prenti.ss,  M.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Ralston.  R.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Reardon,  L.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 j 

Robertson,  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Robertson,  O.,  6  m.  at  $750,  fi  m.  at  $800 

Robitaille.  O.,  10  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $5,50 

Rochette,  M.  T.,  6  m.  at  $750,  6  m.  at  $800 

Rogers,  E.  W.,  12  ra.  to  Mar.  31 

Russell.  H.  M..  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

8cliingh,  A.,  12  m.  to  M.ar.  31 

Shaw,  A.  L.,  0  m.  at  $600,  6  m.  at  $650 

Shnuldis,  L.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Smith,  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Spence,  E.  G.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $.500 

Stark,  G    A.  H.,  4  m.  to  July  31  at  SSOO  (resigned) 

Steele,  E.  F.,  Apr.  1  to  June  19,  at  S5.50  (appointed  to  215) 

St.  George,  D.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  ?S00  (less  27  d.  in  July). . 

St.  Germain.  M.,  9  m.  to  .Mar.  31  at  $SO0 

Strachan,  E.  F..  Dec.  19  to  Mar.  31,  at  $.500 

Thompson,  M.  E.,  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $.500 

Thom,son,  E..  6  m.  to  .Sept.  .30  at  $800  (resigned). 

Trudel.  A.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Westman,  F.  M.,  6  m.  at  $.550,  6  m.  at  SOOO 

Wetmore,  .M.  L.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Winthrop,  W.J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Messengers — 

Armstrong,  R.  E..  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Davieau,  P.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Fee,  R.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Gr.aziadei,  D.  V.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Hutehingame,  J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Kipp,  S.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Leafloor,  J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 


Carried  forward 363, 225  09 


800  00 

494  14 
800  00 
5S7  50 
800  00 

135  96 
800  00 
53  15 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
575  00 

363  80 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
512  50 
800  00 
800  00 
375  00 
800  00 
800  00 
524  98 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
775  00 
4.58  30 
775  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
625  00 
800  00 
800  00 
375  00 
266  64 
119  16 
741  94 
600  00 
142  45 
250  00 
399  96 
800  00 
575  00 
375  00 
800  00 

800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 
800  00 


cts. 


*  Superannuation  Fund  No.  I. 
I  Not  eligible  to  contribute. 


t  Superannuation  Fund  No.  2.        t  35  years'  service. 


AUDITOR  GENERAVS  REPORT,  1911-1012 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Abate- 
ments. 


Agriculture  Department:   Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


$  cts. 


27  50 

28  75 

29  38 
26  25 
38  75 


S(a#— Continued. 


Brought  forward . 


Messengers — Concluded. 

O'Keefe,  J.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Painter,  E.  W.,  6  m.  at  $550,  6  ra.  at  -SfiOO 

St.  Amour,  O.,  3  m.  at  $550,  9  m.  at  $000 

Vaillant,  F.,  6  m.  at  $500,  0  m.  at  $550 

Williamson.  J.,  6  m.  at  $750,  6  m.  at  $800 

Extra  employees.  Civil  Government  Contingencies  ($10,902.731 — 

Alward,  Miss  L.,  July  8-Sept.  .30,  1911  at  $500 '  .  ... 

Anderson,  Miss  E.  M.,  clerk,  Sept.  1,  1911-Feb.  S.  1912  at  $500. 

Anderson,  T.  E.,  clerk,  Apr.  1,-June  30,  1911  at  $.500 

Ardley,  Miss  N.  M.,  clerk,  Apr.  3-30,  1911  at  $500 

Arsenault.  H.  P.,  clerk.  May  9-Nov.  S,  1911  at  $S00 

Bclanger,  J.  H.  A.,  clerk,  April  2S-Oct.  27,  1911  at  $500 

Beith,  J.  D.,  elcrk,  Mav  30-Nov.  29,  1911  at  .^900   

Booth,  Miss  A.  C,  clerk,  Feb.  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500  .    . 

Botterell,  Miss  L.  M.,  clerk,  Sept.  15,  1911-Mar.  11,  1912  at  $500 

Brown,  Miss  C.  H.,  clerk.  May  1-June  30,  1911  at  $500 

Buck,  F.  E.,  clerk,  June  12-Dec.  11,  1911  at  .$900.    ,.    . 

Burns,  S.  H.,  clerk,  Jan.  23-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Cameron,  Miss  E.  P.,  clerk,  Feb.  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Castonguay,  E.,  clerk,  April  27-Oct.  26,  1911  at  .5500 

Chartrand,  L.,  clerk.  April  1-Sept.  30.  1911  at  $500 

Collinson,  E.  B.  A.,  clerk,  April  1-June  .30,  1911  at  $500. 

Cross,  Mis,s  V.  D.,  clerk,  Dec.  21.  1911-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500  . . 

Dodd,  Miss. \.  MeC,  clerk,  April  1-June  30,  1911  at  $500      .      . 

Dryburg,  J.  I,.,  clerk,  Mav  1-30,  1911  at  .$500 

Fairbairn,  Miss  H.  M.,  clerk.  Oct.  14-Dcc.  26,  1911  at  $.500       . . 

Fahey,  Miss  F.,  clerk,  June  20-Sept.  30,  1911  at  $500 

Fortier,  H.  L.  L.,  clerk,  Feb.  23-Mar.  31.  1912  at  .$.500 

Gordon,  H.  R.,  clerk,  June  1-Aug.  31,  1911  at  .$600 

Gosselin,  R.,  clerk,  April  27-Oct.  26,  1911  at  $.500 

Harrell,  H.  P.,  clerk,  April  1-Sept.  30,  1911  at  .5500 

Hayes,  Miss  H.,  clerk,  .\pril  1-Sept.  30.  1911  at  $.500 

Hopper,  H.  C,  clerk,  April  1-Sept.  30,  1911  at  8500 

Hyland,  J.  C,  clerk,  June  l-.Scpt.  9,  1911  at  $500 

Johnston,  Miss  C.  H.,  clerk,  .\pril  24-Juno  30,  1911  at  $500. 

Johnston,  H.  S.,  clerk,  Feb.  7-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Jonsson,  B.,  clerk,  .Juno  .5-Aug.  31,  1911  at  $600 

Ker,  Miss  F.  G.,  clerk,  Mav  1-June  .30,  1911  at  $.500 

Kerr,  T.,  clerk,  Oct.  25,  lOil-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Lareher,  Miss  A.,  clerk,  Oct.  5,  1911-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.100 

LeSuer,  Miss  F.  A.,  clerk,  Feb.  23-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Logan,  H.,  clerk,  June  1-Sept.  .30,  1911  at  $500 

MacFariane,  Miss  A.  C,  clerk,  Oct.  5-11,  1911  at  $.500 

MacFariane,  J.  Calvin,  clerk.  May  15-Aug.  31,  1911  at  $600      . . 

MacNutt,  E.  R.,clerk,  Juneo— Aug.  31,  1911  at  $600 

McCallum,  M.  D.,  clerk,  Jan.  5-Fcb.  21,  1912  at  $.500 

McCurrv,  J.  B.,  clerk,  June  2S-Dec.  27,  1911  at  $500 

McFaHanc,  J.  C,  clerk,  April  10-June  5,  1911  at  $.500 

McGregor,  R.,  clerk,  Mav  8-Nov.  7,  1911  at  $500 

McGoun.  Miss  M.  V.,  clerk,  April  1-Sept.  30.  1911  at  .«.500 

Mclnnes.  Mi.ss  J.,  clerk.  May  15-Nov.  14,  1911  at  $500 

Mcintosh,  Miss  A.,  clerk,  Feb.  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500 

Morrison,  Miss  I.  G.,  clerk,  April  1-June  30,  1911  at  $500 

Moxley,  J.,  clerk,  April  2S-Sept.  20,  1911  at  $.500 

Oliver,  E.  A.,  clerk,  June  5-Julv  31.  1911  at  $960 

O'Neill,  MissE.,  clerk.  Oct.  la-Dec.  25.  1911  at  $500 

Patton,  J.  H.,  clerk,  April  20-Sept.  30.  1911  at  $500 

Potter,  Mi.ss  E..  clerk,  Feb.  .5-Mar.  31,  I9I2  at  $500 

Rhcaumc,  C,  clerk,  July  3-Dec.  31,  1911  at  $500 

Rhodes,  E.,  clerk,  Aug.  5-Nov.  30,  1911  (less  37  d.)  at  $900. . . . 

Riehe.,  E.,  clerk,  Nov.  27,  1911-Fcb.  29,  1912  at  $.500 

Riddell,  J.  R..  clerk,  Mav  16-Sept.  .30,  1911  at  $.500 

Rogers,  Mi.ss  M.,  clerk.  ,Ian.  22-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Kothwell,  G.  B.,  clerk,  Nov.  8,  1911-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $900 

Selwvn,  H.,  clerk,  Nov.  15,  1911-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 


Carried  forward 376, 2U  01 


$  cts. 
363,225  09 


550  00 
575  00 
587  50 
525  00 
775  00 

115  57 
219  09 
124  98 

38  88 
400  00 
248  75 
450  00 

47  41 
245  33 

S3  32 
450  00 

95  41 

47  41 

248  79 

249  96 
124  98 
126  32 
124  98 

41  66 
100  33 
140  26 

51  72 
150  00 

248  79 

249  96 
249  96 

249  96 
137  48 

93  04 

74  70 
143  33 

83  32 
217  71 
244  58 

51  72 
166  64 
9  41 
177  42 
143  33 

06  45 

250  00 
77  76 

250  00 

249  96  ) 

250  00 
SO  45  1 

124  98 
198  58 
149  33 
100  33 
223  58 

77  57 
247  27 
198  87 
130  53 
188  14 

90  76 
357  50 
188  86 


cts. 


AGRlCVLTrRE  DEPARTMKST:  EXPEXDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 9 


Abate- 
ments. 


Agriculture  Department:  Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


i  cts. 


Staff — Continued . 


Brought  forward. 


S    cts. 
376,211  01 


Extra  emoloyccs,  Civil  Government  Contingeneics — Continued — 
Simpson.  G.  H..  clerk.  April  1-Aug.  7,  1911  (less  4  d.)  at  $500. 

Skuce.  .J.  H.,  clerk,  Oct.  3.  1911Jan-2.  1912  at  $500 

Spence,  Miss  E.  J.,  clerk.  April  1-June  30.  1911  at  $500 

Switzer,  Miss  M.,  clerk,  Julv  24.  1911-Jan.  23.  1912  at  $500 

Watson.  L..  clerk.  Feb.  5-M"ar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Weir,  G.,  clerk,  Mav  22-Julv  31,  1911  at  $600 

Wetmore,  MissM.  L.,  clerk,  April  1-June  30,  1911  at  SoOO 


Census  and  Statistics. 
Div.  2  B.— 

Boyd.  H.  M..  May  22  to  M.ir.  31 ,  1912atSS0O 

BiT-ault,  G.  E.  L.,  May  9  to  Oct.  9,  1911  at  $S0O 

Donaldson.  J.  K.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1912 

Duffv.  M.  G..  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1912 

Henev.  F.  E..  Mav  8  to  Mar.  31,  1912atSS00 

Kytc,  J.  B..  Mav  22  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $800 

Lachaine,  M.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1912 

McCloskev,  \V.  J.,  May  11   to  16,  June  19-30,  9  m.   to  Mar.  31 
1912  at  $800 

McLean,  W.  W.,  May  8  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $800 

Sims,  H.  R.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 .' 

Thornton,  A.  E.,  mechanical  expert,  Oct.  17  to  Jan.  4  at  $1,000 

Jan.  5  to  Feb.  29.  1912  at  $1,300 

Div. 3  B.— 

Adams,  E.  M.,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500  (less  1  d.  in  Jan.) 

-A-rnew.  L.  M..  Aug.  1  to  Jan.  29  at  $500 

Ai.-.sborough,  E.,  July  6  to  M.ar.  31,  at  $500 

Alian.  A.  L.  M.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  less4Jd.  Feb.  at  $500 

Allen,  M.  K.,  June  26  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Alexander,  W.  C,  Julv  3  to  Feb.  10.  1912  at  ?5C0 

Arklcy,  L.  J.,  Julv  10  to  .Mar.  31.  1912  at  .?500 

Ashtield,  M.  M.,  July  3  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500.. 

Barber,  A.,  June  26  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 ; 

Barber,  J.  H.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.500 

Battle,  L,  Julv  31.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Beaudin,  G..  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  .«500 

Belisle,  F.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $-500 

Belisle,  L..  Julv  10  to  Mar,  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Belivcau,  Evangeline.  Mav  10  to  26,  1911  at  $500 

Bellf-au,  J.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Bcthune.  G.,  Julv  3  to  >Iar.  31.  1912  at  .$.500 

Blyth,  H.,  July  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Boucher,  C.  C.  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912. at  $500 

Branigan,  P.,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  .at  $.500 

Brown,  E.  E..  Julv  10toMar.31,  1912  at  .5500 ; 

Buckley.  M.  H.,.fulv3  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.500 | 

Busscll,  L.  M..  July  10  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500... I 

Cameron,  E.  S.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500... | 

Campbell,  M.,  Julv  17  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 ! 

Campbell,  P.,  Dec.  12  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500., i 

Caron,  D..  July  3  to  .Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 1 

Carson,  R.  M..  Julv3  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 1 

Chamard,  A.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 i 

Charest,  C,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 ! 

Cheney,  A.  K.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31 .  1912  at  $.500 t 

Chilton,  v.,  Julv  12  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 1 

Clark,  E.,  July  3  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 | 

Clewes,  Evelyn  -May,  10  to  26,  1911  at  $.500 

Cogswell,  E.  B.,  Mav  10-15,  June  20  to  Feb.  29,  1912  at  $500. 

Cohoon,  G.  I.,  July  iO  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Connolly,  H.,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Conwav,  A.  E.,  7  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Cosgrove,  N.  I.,  Dec.  5  to  31,  Mar.  1  to  31,  1912  at  $500 

Cowan,  H.,  April  19  to  June  30.  1911  at  $500 

D'Aoust,  I.,  July  3  to  .Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 


170  67 
124  9S 
124  98 
250  00 
77  57 
116  13 
124  9S 


Carried  forward 377,200  32 


6S8  10 
335  44 
800  00 
800  00 
718  20 
68S  10 
800  00 

639  50 
718  20 
800  00 

419  61 

361  51 
247  27 
368  22 
356  37 
381  8S 
303  30 

362  85 
372  25 
381  88 
362  85 
334  62 
362  85 
362  85 
362  85 

22  85 
362  85 
372  25 
372  25 
362  85 
362  85 
362  85 
372  25 
362  85 
372  25 
353  44 
151  86 
372  25 
372  25 
372  25 
362  85 
372  25 
360  16 
372  25 

22  85 
356  62 
362  85 
362  85 
291  62 

77  94 

99  99 
372  25 


20,691  33 


C— 10 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1913 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Abate- 
ments. 


Agriculture  Department:   Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


S       cts. 


Census  and  Statistics — Continued. 


Brouglit  forward. 


377,200  32 


Div.  3  B. — Continued. 

D'Aoust,  T.,,Iulv3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500 

Donaldson,  G.,  Jul v  3  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.500 

Dufour,  G.,  .June  26  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500  

Dunne,  M.  I.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  S500 

Dupuis,  R.  A.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  ?500 

Edwards,  F.,  .Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  .?dOO 

Elliott,  E.  M.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  .$500 

Ells,  L.  L.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S.500 

Falconer.  H.  M'.  .S..June  20  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  -5.500 

Farrcll.  E.  A.,  Juno  26  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Farrell,  F.  I.,  April  21  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  .?500 

Feegare.  L.,  Nov.  12  to  M.ir.  31,  1912  at  .?500 

Forsey,  F.  E.,  June  26  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S.500 

Frazer,  B.  H.,  Apr.  24-Oet.  23,  1911  at  $500 

Furlong,  A.  L.,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500 

Furlong,  L.  G.,  June  26-Dec.  21,  Jan.  3-Mar  31,  1912  at  $500. . . . 

Fvles,  W.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500 

Gahagan.  E.  M.,  July  3-Mar  31,  1912  at  S500 

Gall.aglier,  M.,  Nov.  14-Mar.  31.  1912  (less  |  d.  in  Mar.)  at  $500. 

Galipeau,  E.  M.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Galvin,  V.,  July  4-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  1  d.  in  Feb.)  at  $.500 

Gaul,  T.  F.,  Nov.  21-Mar.  31,  1912at  SoOO 

Gay,  v..  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  .at  S500 

Gibson,  E.  P.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  .$500 

Gillies,  I.  W.,  July  22-M,ar.  31,  1912  at  $500.  

Gleason,  M.  C,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 ' 

Gorman,  L.  C,  June  26-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.500 

Goudreault,  A.,  July  10-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Graham,  L.  F.,  Julv  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Gravelle,  M.  A.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912at$.500 

Hagerty,  A.  E.  D.,  Julv  3-M.ar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Heall,  C.  A.,  Apr.  IS-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Hamilton,  K.  E.,  June  26-Dec.  21,  Jan.  3-Mar.  31  at  $500 

Hamilton,  M.,  Nov.  U-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Hanlon,  A.  E.,  July  19-Dec.  20,  1911  at  $500 

Hanna,  N.,  July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Harbour,  A.  M.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Hardy,  E.  M.,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Hardy,  F.  M.,  Julv  10-M.ar.  31,  1912  at  $o00 

Harkins,  E.  E.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Hoople,  D.  M.,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Hoople,  M.  K..  Julv  10-Mar.  31.  1912  at  .$.500 

Horan,  L.  M.,  Julv  10-M.ar.  31,  1912  at  .$500 

Hornidge,  R.  F..  Nov.  12-Mar.  31,  1912  at  .$.500.. . 

Hutchinson,  L.  B.,  .Julv  10-. 1911  at  $500 

Irwin,  M.,  July  3-M.ir  31.  1912  at  $500 

Jammes,  W.  J.  F.,  Julv  10- Dec.  17,  1911  at  $.500 

Johnston,  C.  W..  July  1-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  4  d.  in  Sept.  &  i  d.  in 

Mar.)  at  $500 

Johnstone.  I.,  July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  1500. 

Johnstone,  M.  A.,  Nov.  14-Mar.  31 ,  1912  at  $500 

Jones,  M.  A.,  .Julv  10-M.ar  31,  1912  )le«s  1  d.  in  Feb.)  at  S500.. . . 

Joyce,  E.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Kelly,  I.  A.  M.  M.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Laberge,  A.,  I'Vb.  27-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  ',  d.  in  Feb.)  at  $500.. . 

Laflamme,  C  Nov.  14-M.ar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Lalonde,  C,  Nov.  14-Mar.31,  1912  at  $500 

Lanctot,  L.,  July  3  -Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Lavallee,  J.,  Dec.  26- .Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

LawTence,  E.  M.,  Julv  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500. 

Lawson,  L..  Nov.  14-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  1  d.  in  Feb.)  at  $500. . . 

Lc  Bel,  M.  E.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

LeBlanc,  H.,  May  9-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Logan,  W.,  Mar.  24-May  31,  1911  at  $500 


Carried  forward 377, 200  32 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.   1 


C— 11 


Abate- 
ments. 


Agriciilturr  Department:  Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 


Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 


Outside 
Votes. 


$       cts. 


Census  and  Stalislics — Continued. 


Brought  forward. . 


377, 200  32 


Div.  3  B— Continued. 

Lord,  F.,  July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  (ies,?  3  d.  in  Dec.)  at  $500 

Mac.\ulev.  J.  E..  July  5-Mjir.  31,  1912  at  S500 

MacCallum.  M.  R.,  Nov.  1»-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  i  d.  in  Feb.  &  i 

d.  in  Mar.) 

Macdonald,  J.  A.,  June  1-Sept.  16,  1911  at  $500 

Maodonald  .J.,  Feb.  23-Mar.  31.  1912  (Ic.^s  \  d.  in  Feb.)  at  $500 

Mc.\rthur.  F.,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

McCann,  L.  M..  July  3-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

McClennan,  C.  T.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  6  d.  in  Dee.)  ,at  8500 
McClennan,  E.  M.,  July  10- .Mar.  31,  1912  (less  6  d.  in  Dee.)  at 

$500 

McEachcrn.  A.  F.,  May  9-lulv  31,  1912  at  $500 

MeEwen,  E.,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912 

Mcllquham,  E.,  Nov.  21-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

MeKenna,  Martha.  May  10-26,  1911  at  S500 

MeKenzie.  G.  L.,  Julv  13-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

McKean,  A.  E.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  1  d.  in  Mar.)  at  $500 

McKinnon,  M.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

MeKinley,  J.,  Julv  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

McLaren,  E.  C,  July  IMar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

McLaren,  C.  C,  June  26-30,  July  10-Mar  31,  1912  at  $.500 

McLean,  A.  B.,  June  26-Mar.  31,1912  at  $500 

McLean,  M.,  May  11-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

McMillan,  H.,  June  26-Mar.  23,  1912  (less  Dec.  3  d.  Feb.  2i  d. 

Mar.  2  d.)  ,at  $500 

McMullen,  M.  E.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Marchand,  .\.,  July  10-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Matthews,  C,  Xov.  19-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Meldrum,  L,  July  10- .Mar.  31,  1912  (less  i  d.  in  Mar.)  at  $500. . 

Merrilield,  C,  June  26-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Michaud,  A.,  Xov.  19-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Milne,  A.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Minnock,  G.  M.  T.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Montgomery,  K.  R.,  Julv  3-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

Moxiey,  L  V.,  July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Naismith.C.  J.,  July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

O'Brien,  H.,  July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 < 

O'Meara,  L.  R.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Par6,  L.,  Julv  3-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.500 

Pacrice,  L.  C,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Picken,  N.  G.,  June  26-Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.500 

Plante.  A.,  Nov.,  30-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Plante,  A.M.  F.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Poulin,  T.,  July  4-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Pouliot,  M.  A.,  July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Pouliot,  E.  M.,  Feb.  S  d.  M.ar.  1-31  at  $500 

Putman,  L.  L.July  10-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Reid,  E.  M..  Nov.  12-Mar.  31,  1912  at  S.500 

Rolwrtson,  A.  S.,  June  26-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Rooncv,  A.,  July  3-.Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Ro.ss,  J.  G.,  May  16-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Sammon,  J.  J.,  July  10-Sept.  .30.  1911  at  $.500 

Scott.  J.  W.,  Julv  10-Mar.  31.  1912  .at  $.500.. 

Sharkey,  N.,  Julv  lO-Aug.  14,  ,Scpt  1-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Shaw,  J.  T.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

Simons.  D.  A.,  May  18-M:ir.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Smith,  L.  J.,  July3-M.ir.  31.  1912  (les.s  ]  <i.  in  Mar.)  at  $500.. . . 

Smith,  J.  M.,  July  lO-.Mar.  31.  1912  at  $.500 

Snow,  F.  H.,  ,Iuly  3-Mar.  31,  1912  .it  $.300 

Soulieu,  M.  E.,  July  3-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

Sparling,  E.  M.,  Nov.  22-Mar.  31,  1912  (less  IJ  d.  in  Nov.)  at 

$500 

.Stothers,  L.  R.,  Julv  24-Mar.  31,  1912  at  $.500 

.Stout.  J.  S.,  Nov.  15  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  5.500 

Strachan,  E.,  6  m.  to  Sept.  30.  1911  at  $500  per  y 


Carried  forward 377,200  32 


$       cts, 
41,015  60 


358  82 

369  56 

187  47 
147  31 
51  02 
381  88 
372  25 
364  19 

354  79 
114  22 
381  88 
180  53 
22  85 
358  81 

370  91 
372  25 
372  25 
374  94 

369  79 
381  88 
444  82 

360  81 
372  25 
362  85 
183  30 
362  18 
381  88 
183  30 
372  25 
362  85 
372  25 
362  85 
362  85 
362  85 
362  85 
372  25 
381  88 
381  88 
168  03 
362  85 

370  91 
362  85 

42  38 
362  85 
193  02 
381  88 
372  25 
438  10 
112  89 
362  85 
340  00 
372  25 
435  41 

371  .58 
362  85 

372  25 
372  25 

177  05 
344  03 
187  47 
249  90 


60,365  31 


C— 12 


AUDITOR  GE^'ERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-191Z 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Abate- 
ments. 

Agriculture  Departmrnt:   Salaries  at  Ottawa— Continued. 

Outside 

Votes. 

Civil 
Govern- 
ment. 

$    cts. 

Census  and  Statistics — Continued. 

$    cts. 
377, 200  32 

S    cts. 
00,365  31 

362  85 

Div.  3  B.— Continued. 

Tailifer,  A.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  .?500 

Taillfer,  V.  A.,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

362  85 

Tensaw,  L.  B.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

362  85 

Thicke,  G.  M.  R.,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500 

362  85 

Thompson,  M.,  .\ug.  1  to  Sept.  30,  1911  .at  $500 

83  32 

Thompson,  M.  E.,  12  m.  to  Mar  31,  1912.             

499  92 

Todd,  \V.  C,  Mav  15  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

439  44 

Trimble,  T.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

372  25 

V.aughan.  N.  B.,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  ,$500 

362  85 

Vincent.  L.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

362  85 

Vogan,  C.  H.,  July  10  to  M.ar.  31.  1912  at  $500 

362  85 

Walker,  M.,  June  26  to  July  7,  1911  at  $500 

16  35 

Wallaee.  M.  J.,  Julv3  toMar.  31,  ini2at  $.500 

372  25 

Walton,  E.  L.,  Julv  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  .?500 

362  85 

Watterson,  T.  G.,"julv  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

362  85 

Watson,  M.,  Julv  3  to  Mar.  31,  1912  .at  $500 

372  25 

Weir,  S.  L.  V.,  June  26  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $500.                   

381  88 

Young,  A.  J.,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

362  85 

Messengers. 

Hickson,  H.  J..  Julv  0  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S500 

368  22 

Turner,  F.,  Sept.  21  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $500 

263  85 

Unger,  F.,  1  yr.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

500  00 

16,519  31 

377,200  32 

67,663  54 

Agriculture  Department:   Civil  Government  Contingencies. 

Salaries  at  Ottawa (Page — C-8) 

Stationery  Office  supplies  12  ra.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  ($2, 808-88)— 

Books  printed,  $198-43:  blank  books  and  scratch  pads,  $138.11 

Typewriters,  1  at  $120,  less  $15  for  old  one,  1  at  $80,  1  at  $65 

Typewriter  repairs  and  supplies.  $213-84:  rent  of  typewriter,  $11 

Paper  and  envelopes,  $718  71:  sundry  baskets,  $31 

Subscriptions  to  periodicals,  $7 .  9S :  cardboard  boxes,  800,  $96 

Brief  bags,  3,  $30;  card  cabinet,  1,  $93.95;  fountain  pens,  2,  $3 

Sundry  stationery  supplies,  $957 .  66;  parliamentary  publications,  $57 .20 

King's  Printer's  account  :  printing,  binding,  &c 

Telegr.ams,  S9S9.65;  telephone  me.s.sages,  $185  75;  postage,  $1,419.91 

Subscriptions  to  newspapers  and  publications 

Imperial  parliamentary  papers,  $23.40:  preparing  tracings.  &e.,  $98.65 

Street  car  fares,  $47;  cartage,  $85:  framing  pictures,  <tc.,  $31.55 

Photos:   2,  $12.25:  cloth,  $12.65 

Books  for  copyright  brand,  S150:  gratuities,  .$7;  soap  $10 

Mrs.  M.  A.  Kelly;  washing  towels,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Towels,  8  doz.,  $13;  meter  rent  on  motor  not  in  use,  12  m.,  $6;  sundries  $18.60 

Cab  hire  at  Ottawa:  Hon.  M.  Burrell,  $9;  C.  M.  Goddard,  $4.50;  Wm.  Idle,  $5.50;  Delegates 

to  farm,  $2 

Automobile  hiie:  guests  at  Government  House  to  Experimental  Farm 

Tr.aveiling  expenses:  Hon.  M.  Burrell,  $322.57;  Hon.  Sydney  Fisher.  $624.62;   F.  C.  Chittick 

$164.30;  C.  M.  Goddard,  $600.40;  Wm.  Ide,   $207.55;  G.   F.  O'Halloran,    $175.84;   P.  E 

Ritchie,  $305.55 


10,692  73 

336  54 

250  00 

224  84 

749  71 

103  98 

126  95 

1,014  86 

4,749  62 

2,595  31 

225  35 

122  11 

163  55 

24  90 

167  00 

84  00 

37  60 

21  00 

21  00 

2,400  83 

24,381  88 

AGRICCLTURE  DEPARTUENT:  EXPENDITVRE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.   1 


C-13 


Archives. 

Services  examining  historical  records — 

Hartlett.  G.  W.,  Arden,  Man.,  July  14-Aug.  19 

Bcrtrand.  J.  C.  O.,  Montreal,  SO  d..  Sept. -Nov..  1911,  at  $2... 

KUiiiing.  A.  C,  Montreal.  July  3-Sept.  30,  at  ?50  per  m 

Gordon,  H.  R.,  Montre.il.  Sept.  1-23.  at  S.iO  per  m 

Jonsson.  B.,  Montreal.  Sept.  l-ll.  at  $50  per  m 

Macfarlane,  J.  C,  Montreal,  .Sept.  1-23,  at  ioO  per  m 

Maheu,  G.,  Plessisville,  July  3-Au(i;.  31,  at  $50  per  m 

Nadeau.  A.,  Quebec,  July  S-Aue.  31,  at  S.50  per  m 

OLeary,  Rev.  1>.  M..  Quebec,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $80 •. 

Oliver,  E.  H.,  Quebec,  Aug.  1-6.  at  S80  per  rii 

Weir,  W.  H.,  Quebec,  Aug.  1-21,  at  $50  per  m ■ 

Travelling  ctpcn-ses — 

Dr.  Doughty.  $774.65;  Laidlaw,  R.,  S53.55   not  accounted  for,  $21.45 

McArthur,  D.  A..  $27.30;  O'Leary,  Rev.  P.  M..  S186.85;  Wrong,  Prof.  G.  M.,  $25.30... 
Payments  for  books,  documents.  &c. — 

Baldwin,  A.  H.,  $13.38;  Blanehet,  C,  Ottawa,  $11 

Bonhani,  M.  E.,  Quebec,  $68;  Breton.  P.  N-,  Montreal,  $211.25 

Cambridge  University  Press,  N.Y..  S123.25:  Carter,  J.  S.,  Montreal    $20 

Chadenat,  Ch.,  Paris,  $44.33;  Cinq  Mars.  E.  E.,  Ottawa,  $200 

Clark,  A.  H.  Co.,  Cleveland,  $29.15;  Cooper,  A.  Y.,  London,  ?13.02 

Desaulniers.  F.  L.,  Montreal,  $22.10;  Dorion,  Mrs.  E.,  Murray  Bay,  $40 

Dubois.  Naz.,  Montreal,  S6.000;  Dawson,  S.  E.,  Ottawa,  $48  

Ellis,  Messrs..  London  W..  $14.84;  Gray.  H.,  London,  $224.84 

Hotel  Dicu,  Montreal,  $100;  Jackson,  Mrs.  N..  $77.86 

Laidlaw,  K.  Est.,  Ottawa,  $25;  Mayer.  G.,  Paris,  $175.44 

McAinsh,  D.  T.,  Toronto,  $12;  Moreau,  E.  &  Co  ,  Paris,  $15.57 

Lambert.  A..  Paris.  $11.07;  Picken,  E.,  Montreal.  $31.83 

Parker.  T.  H..  London.  $.30.41;  Poole,  A.  &  Co.,  Toronto,  $43 

Public  Trustee  for  late  Major  Willis,  $97.33;  Quebec  Memorial  Fund,  $25 

Sabin.  F..  London,  SOS. 30;  Scopes,  J.  E.,  Albany,  $24.85;  Spencer,  W.  T..  London,  $557.77 

Stevens,  H.,  Sons  &  Stiles,  London.  $242.18;  Stevens.  B.  F.  &  Brown,  $48.66 

Stewart.  McL..  Ottawa.  $240;  Walker,  H.  B.,  Montreal,  S30;  Sundry  (20),  $71.91 

Copying  documents,  translations.  &c. — 

Aube.  .Tos.,  Ottawa,  $54.87;  Audrv,  A.,  Gatineau  Point.  $16.61 

Baillargeon,  M.,  Quebec,  $60..3S;  Briglcy.  J.  H..  Ottawa.  $7 

Couillard,  J.  E.,  Ottawa,  SIO;  <ie  la  Bru6re.  B.,  Montreal,  $131.52 

Desaulniers,  F.  L.,  Montrial,  ?3I3.I0;  Dingwall,  Jas.,  Cornwall.  $164. .52 

Fabrique  de  Notre  Dame,  Montreal,  $357;  Ferguson,  Mrs.  Helen,  Halifax,  $70 

Gagnon,  Phileas,  Quebec,  $.39;  Gauthier,  Rev.  Father.  Montreal,  $12.65 

Guay,  Emilie,  Montreal,  $29.15;  Hall,  M.  W.,  New  York,  S93.75 

Heeker.  Mrs.  E..  Ottawa.  S9I9,75;  Lafrance,  Rev.  Sister,  Montreal.  $207.13 

Lepage.  J.  A..  Montreal.  S20.16;  Pennefather,  Miss  L.  E.,  Winnipeg,  $88.25 

Straehan.  Miss  E.,  Quebec 

Subscriptions  to  newspapers,  periodicals,  Ac.  (19) 

8er\ices  at  Ottawa  other  than  civil  government — 

Lesueur,  W.  D..  clerk.  Oct.  24-Mar.  31,  Sjy  m.,  at  $65 

McCoy.  Miss  K..  stitcher.  4  m.  at  $40,  8  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $530  per  annum 

Pennington,  W.,  binder,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $67 

Prot.  D.,  laborer,  12  in.  to  Mar.  31 

Supplies  and  general  expenditure — 

Bell  Telephone  Co..  exchange  .service.  Dr.  Doughty  res.,  1  y.,  $35;  messages.  $4.45 

Bryson  Clraham.  Ltd..  Ottawa.  607  vds.  cheesecloth  at  5c.;  14  doz.  soap  at  $1,  7  doz. 
towels,  $19.80,  sundrj-,  $9.05 

Commercial  Camera  Co..  Rochester,  N.Y'.,  1  Photostsit  complete,  $500.  12  350-ft. rolls 
photostat  paper  at  $14.  I  Cooper  Hewitt  light  equipment,  $90,  6  dry  boxes,  $30, 
sundry  fittings,  &c.,S46.15. 

Dulord,  J.  B.,  Ottawa.  $10.85;  Rea,  A.  E.  &  Co..  sundries,  $21.75 

Library  of  Congress,  Washington,  $10;  Sundry  accounts  under  $10  (3),  $7.80 

Topley  Co.,  Ottawa,  15  350-ft.  rolls  photostat  paper  at  $14,  6  at  $18,  6  250-ft.  rolls  at  $6. 
sundry  paper.  $10.80.  60  pkegs.  developer.  $27,  6  dry  boxes,  $28.50,  fixer,  $S.45,  timer, 
$2,  6  prints.  $12 

Messenger  scr\ice,  $10.70;  laundry.  $27.76;  cartage.  $11.65 

Telegrams.  $44.52;  freight,  $15..35;  express.  $84.89;  customs.  $332.21 

Kings  Printer,  Ottawa,  l.COO  looks.  ■Precursors  of  Cartier,"  $1,157.02.   1.250  Dr.    Roy's 

Report  on  Archives.  Fr..  $2,167.66.  .500,  Index  to  Reports  of  Archives,  Fr..  $651.10.  500 

pamphlets,  "Journal  of  Larocque.  $200.98.  1,200  Catalogue  of  Archives  1611-1867.  $446.48, 

sundry  printing,  forms.  Ac.  $704.04 

Stationery  Office,  Ottjiwa:  1.59  M.  index  cards  at  $2.25;  1  Underwood  typewriter.  $120;  1 
L.  C.  Smith  typewriter.  $120;  lettering  plant.  $87.05;  sundry  supplies,  $484.39;  Parlia- 
mentary publications.  $3 


Carried  forward. 


83  55 

180  00 

146  77 

38  33 

18  33 

38  33 

96  77 

88  71 

960  00 

15  48 

33  87 

849  65 

239  45 

24  38 

279  25 

143  25 

244  33 

42  17 

62  10 

6. 048  00 

2.'i9  68 

177  86 

200  44 

27  57 

42  90 

73  41 

122  33 

680  92 

290  84 

341  91 

71  48 

67  38 

141  52 

477  62 

427  00 

51  65 

122  90 

1,126  88 

108  41 

.30  18 

57  75 

341  77 

513  28 

804  00 

260  00 

39  45 

73  21 

834  15 

32  60 

17  80 

442  75 

50  11 

476  97 

5,327  28 

1,172  19 

24,898  91 

C— 14 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'?;  REPORT,  1911-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Archives — Concluded . 


Brought  forward. 


London  Office  (til, 777. 70). 

Copvins.  &c. — 

Allin,  Miss  C,  S476,4S;    Bvme,  Miss  F.  E..  $535.43;    Cornor.  Mrs.  K..  SS7I.6J;    Denison. 

Mi.-ss  R..  $396.96:    Doro.  Mi.ss  M.,  ?539.31,-   Dawkins,  W.  P.,  .$203.61:   Ferguson,  Mrs.  E 

,I..$155:  Girdlestono&Trotman,  $200.27;    Godfrey,    Miss    D.,     $153.74;    Pettigrew,    C 

Sfi,51..57;  Willway.  Mi.ss  I..  $58.73 " 

Biggar.  H.  P  ,  scrvioos.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912.  $2. .WO;    travelling  espenscs,  $131. ,33;    living 

expenses,  $194.75;    sundrv  disbursements,  S21S.08;    income  tax,  $71.90 

Privy  Council  Office,  grant  to  examination  of  records.  Colonial  series 

Preparing  packing  cases:  P.  Capon.  -$35. 17;  Jno.  Mackav,  $7.13 

McCorquodale  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  foolscap.  33  reams,  $207. .50;  sundry.  $14.50 

Edinburg,  McLeod  .John:   copying  papers  relating  to  Red  River  Settlement,  copyists,  7  wks. 

at  35s.;    collating  same,  72  h.  at  2s.  6d.;    outlay,  $19.95     " 

Paris,  France:  Beauche.sne.  services,  French  records,  12  m.,  $1 ,100;  sundry  expenses,  $17.17. . 

Buron,  Ed.,  services  French  records,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Borgeaud,  Georges,  sundrv  supplies 

Copying,  Ac:  Albertin,  Mme.  A..  $28.02:   Dochner,  MissL.,  $215.,37;  Edard,  V.,  $780.98: 
Guillemois,  Mme.  L.,  $154.80;  Juteau,  J.,  $55.65:  Wirth,  Mile.  F.,  $468.05 


Lkss  received  for  copies  of  reports,  documents,  &e $  114  43 

Paid  in  1912-13 1,426  40 


Patent  Record. 


King's  Printer:  Oct.,  1910-Dcc.,  1911, 1,200  copies  monthly, $23,325.44;  Jan., 1912,  on  account. 

$205.70;    mailing  list,  $52.89:    1,200  annual  index,  1910,  $354.76;    10,000  envelopes,  $150.16; 

$1,000  detailed  in  1910-11,  Page  C-10;   Stationery  Office,  $22.30  ($8,316.58  paid  in  1912-13) 
Express  charges,  $22.10;  Aliens,  London,  binding,  &c.,  $183.23 


Statistical  Year  Booli. 


King's  Printer:    Year  Book,  1910,  Eng.,  $3,174,21;   2,050  Feb.,  $1,610.08;   binding  4,000  Eng, 

and  1,000  Feb.,  $810.90 

Book  casings,  lOM.,  $200;  4  boxes,  $9;  freight  charges,  $7.58 


Gold  and  Silver  Marking  Art. 

Inspector  W.  J.  Ryan,  12  m.  to. Mar.  31,  $2,000;  expenses,  S6S9.70 

King's  Printer,  forms,  &c 

Legal  services:   Jennings  &  Clute,  Toronto,  $95.12;    Ross  &  Telford,  Hamilton,  $10;   Thurs- 
ton &  Boyd,  Toronto,  $21;  Walsh,  J.  C,  Montreal,  $60 


Imperial  Institute.  liOndon. 

H.  Watson,  curator,  salary,  12  m.   to   Mar.    31,    1912,    $1,946.67;     income   tax,    1911-1912 

$43  80;  travelling  expenses,  $47.03 

C.  G.  Venus,  s.Uary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Electric  light,  S11.35;  cleaning,  $84,68;  fires,  $42.70 

Rent  of  offices  in  Portland  House,  1  y ■. 

Decorating  offices,  $44.23;  postage,  $80,50;  telegrams,  $8.50 

Stationery,  $34,10;  newspaper  subscriptions,  $18;  sundry  office  outlay,  $24,05 

Maintenance  of  Canadian  section,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  paid  to  Board  of  Trade 

Stationery  OfScE,  Ottawa,  supplies 


S    rts. 
24,898  91 


4,245  71 

3.116  06 
250  00 

42  30 
222-  06 

123  37 

1.117  17 
876  00 

82  16 

1,702  87 


36,  670  01 
1,540  83 


35, 135  78 


16,794  67 
205  33 


17,000  00 


5,595  19 
216  .58 


5,811  77 


2,689  70 
8  62 

186  12 


2,884  44 


2 

037  50 

379  60 

138  73 

1 

216  67 

139  23 

76  15 

2 

190  00 

38  .50 

6 

216  38 

lORIClLTlRE  DEPARTilEyT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 15 


Eihibition.s. 

Summttry. 

Brussels  Exhibition (Page  C— 15) 

Festival  of  Kmpire,  London,  Eng (Page  C — 16) 

Exhibitions  General (Page  C— 17) 

Dominion  Exhibition,  Regina (Page  C — 17) 


Brussels  Exhibition. 


Tlios.  Cote,  outlay  for  advertising,  iSrc,  detailed  in  1910-11  (Page  C — 11) 

Thas.  Meadows  &  Co.,  London,  Eng.,  shipping  charges,  $.30,366.51;    leas  paid  in  1910-1911 
(Page  C— 12)  J19,424.04 


Festival  of  Empire. 

Officiah. 

Geo.  F.  O'Halloran.  living  allowance,  June  29  to  Aug.  12, 1911,  45  d.  at  $15;  s.s.  fares,  Quebec 
to  Liverpool  $125,  Liverpool  to  Xew  York.  $121.66:    sundry  transport  expenses,  $95  24 

Wm.  Hutchison,  commissioner,  salarj',  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $4,5()0:  living  allowance, 
366  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $12;  cab  hire  &c.,  12  m.  $288  17 

Anderson,  S..  salarj-,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $1,200:    living  allowance.  .366  d.  at  $3.50 

DaJglish,  W.  D.,  salary,  12  m.  to  M.ar.  31.  1912,  $1,200:   living  allowance,  366  d.  at  $3.50 

Despard,  .K.  W.,  .-Vpril  1  to  July  31  and  Nov.  1,  1911  to  Mar.  31.  1912,  s.<ilary,  9  m.  at  $100 
living  allowance.  274  d.  at  $3.50;  s.s.  fare,  Liverpool  to  Montreal,  $98.55;  sundry  trans- 
port expenses,  $30  63 

Fitz-Simon,  H.  B.,  salarv  and  living  allowance,  366  d.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $6 

Girardot,  E.,  salary,  12  m.  to  .Mar.  31,  1912,  $1,400;  living  allowance,  366  d.  at  $5 

Hains,  H.,  salary-,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 1912,  $1,400;  living  allowance,  366  d.  at  $5;  sundry  outlay, 
$125  .36 

Tolmie.  \.  W.,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912, $1,400;  living  allowance.  366  d.  at  $5;  postage 
$311.02:    cab  hire.  $113  76;    tram  fares,  $64  60;    sundrj-  office  expenses,  $84.24 

Turcotte,  J.  O.,  s.alary,  and  living  allowance,  366  d.  to  ilar.  31,  1912,  at  $6 

Exhibits,  CoUecling,  &c. 

Asbestos  Mfg.  Co.  Ltd..  Lachine,  P.Q.,  asbestos,  exhibit 

Barrie,  T.  C,  Canton,  Ont.:  Golden  chaff  wheat,  5  bush,  at  $3;  bags.  3  at  25c 

Bernard.  Euclide,  St.  Basile  le  Grand:  apples,  28  boxes  at  $2;  50  t^xes  at  $1.75,  one  layer 

boxes,  101  at  66Jc 

Burgess,  Woodstock,  Ont.,  travelling  expen.ses  and  sundry  outlay 

Canadian  Facts  Publishing  Co.,  Toronto:   "5,000  Facts  about  Canada,"  20M.  copies  at  4Jc 

freight  and  packing  charges,  $24-72 

Canadian  Handicrafts  Guild,  grant 

Davidson,  James,  special  packing  cases,  6  at  $6  10 

Dcwar,  \.  E.,  Chariot tctown,  apples,  3  brl.  at  W 

Eby-Blain  Ltd.,  Toronto:  122  cases  preserved  fruits,  $351  .35:  fish  ic,  S94 

Emack  Bros.,  Frcdcricton.  N.B.:  2  moose  heads,  $380:  freight  charges,  $7.15 

Gould  Cold  Storage  Co.,  Montreal,  freight  and  cartage 

H.  .1.  Heinz  Co.,  sundry  preserved  fruits.  &c 

Hoidgc  Marble  Co.  Ltd.,  Toronto:   Bancroft  marble  columns,  4  at  $25;  marble  slates  5  ft.  x 

3  ft.  X  3  in..  4  at  $30 

Holt.  Renfrew  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Quebec:  2  mounted  caribou,  $250;  live  beavers,  3  at  $40;  packing 

charges.  &c.,  $73  25 

Jordan  Harbor  Peach  Ranch  Co.,  Hamilton,  Ont.,  fancy  peaches,  195  cases  at  $2,50 

McGrath,  E.  P.  A  Co.:  apple  boxes,  250  at  25c.;  cases.  2  at  75c 

Mills.  \.  K.  &  Son:  1  Lanark  marble  column,  $42  .50;  packing  charges,  $2.50 

Palmer,  J.  -M..  Melveme  Square,  .\'.S..  apples,  6  boxes  at  $2 

Robert.son,  E.,  Morrisburg,  Ont.,  apples,  44  boxes  at  $2 

Steele  Briggs  .Seed  Co.,  Toronto,  sundry  seeds 

Swift  &  Co.,  Stratford,  Ont.,  colored  Stilton  cheese,  1.152  lb.  at  16c 

Wells,  Durham,  Bouck's  Hill,  Ont.,  apples,  26  boxes  at  $2 

Will:'.rd,  H.  D.,  Morrisburg,  Ont.,  apples.  35  boxes  at  $2 

Sundrj-  small  payments,  $.35  82;   newspaper  subscriptions,  $34.53 

Telegrams,  $41  54;  express  charges.  Can.  Express  Co.,  $236  IS,  Dom.  Exp.  Co.,  $45  02 
Freight  charges:  C.  P.  Ry.,  $28  58.  Dom.  Coal  Co.,  $17  93,  G.  T.  Ry.,  69c,  Can.  Nor.  S.S. 

$240,82,  Robt.  Reford  Co.,  $587.82,  White  Star  S.S.,  $78.51 


Carried  forward.. 


$    cts. 


11,317  96 

259,444  74 

9,110  85 

.W.OOOOO 


329,873  55 


375  49 
10,942  47 


11,317 


1,016  90 

9,180  17 
2,481  00 
2,481  00 


1,988  IS 
2, 196  00 
3,230  00 

3,355  36 

3,8a3  62 
2,196  00 


444  75 

15  75 

210  83 

83  51 

924  72 

1.500  00 

36  60 

12  00 

445  35 

387  15 

87  08 

33  82 

220  00 

443  25 

487  .50 

64  00 

45  00 

12  00 

S8  00 

35  54 

184  32 

52  00 

70  00 

70  37 

323  34 

1,060  35 

39,265  46 

C— Ifc 


AUDITOR  G'i.Wi'/ML'.S  REPORT,  1911-19X2 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Festival  of  Empire — Concluded. 
Brouglit  forward 


Sundry  Expenditure  in  London. 

Adams,  H.  R.,  measuring,  valuing  and  checking  contractors'  work  on  pavilion 

Avery,  John  H.  &  Co.,  photo  supplies 

Belhiti,  T.  L.  &  .Sons:  dry  goods,  S589,62;  Bingham,  Edw.  &  Sons,  stone  rutting,  $104.63. . . 

Bird,  Fred  &  Co.:  2  steel  shaftings,  Ac.  $65.70:  Bostock,  G.,  baskets,  $157.68 

British  Asbestos  Co.,  supplies,  S54.51:  Carter  &  Co.,  chemicals,  $192.66 

Bull,  J.  T.  &  Son,  designing  and  painting  scenic  effects 

Carson,  James  &  Co.,  fitting  up  miniature  railway  with  2  trains,  &c 

Carter,  James  &  Co. ,  supplying  and  maintaining  plants  and  shrubs 

Clark,  James  &  iSon,  plate  and  ground  glass,  glazed 

Coati-s,  Wm._&  Son,  Ltd.:  fuel  oil  &c.,  S2S5.61;  electricity  {no  voucher)  $22,945.24 

Daniels,  J.  K.,  modelling  farm  yard  scene  in  butter 

Farri:igdon  Works,  brass  supplies,  $176.25;  Flender  Co..  pulleys,  $57.60 

Festival  of  Empire,  rent  of  site  for  Canadian  building,  $9, 733.34;  less  paid  in  1911-1912  (Page 

C— 14),  $4,866.67 ^ 

Gerrard,  Edw.  &  Sons,  mounting  specimens  and  arranging  animal  exhibit 

Goodwin,  H.  G.  &  .Son,  compol.oard,  &c.,  $75;  Grant,  J.  &  R.,  sidol,  $37.35 

Gregory  &  Co.,  painting  at  pavilion,  $119.50;  Groom's  Crippleagc.  flowers,  $22.99 

Harris  the  Sign  King,  signs,  $41  06;  Howcroft  <t  Watkins,  seeds.  $3585 

Hudson,  B.  J.  &  Sons,  oak,  .?35.05;  Moore.  M.  R..  hardware,  8290.54 

Humphreys  Ltd.,  employers'  liability  insurance,  $85.17;  on  account  of  construction  of  pavilion, 

$136,266.66  (no  voucher) 

Metropolitan  Police,  services,  $075.55;  Nettlefold  &  Sons,  hardware,  $22.44 

Otto  Fulton  Process,  transparencies,  &c.,  $1,262.89;  Richens,  Jno.,  butter,  $508.80 

Read,  H.  M.  Ltd.,  hire  of  60  fire  extinguishers 

Sage,  F.  &  Co.,  counters,  cases,  &<•.,  8244,79;  Smallbone  &  Sutton,  wirework,  $219 

Taplin,  G.  F.,  hire  of  60  fire  extinguishers 

Todd,  A.  A.,  supervising  construction  of  miniature  railways,  $62.33;  supplies,  $35.65 

Worssam,  G.  J.  &  Son,  hire  of  1  pr.  2J  ton.  compressors,  &c..  $1,411.32;  sundries,  $128 

Sundry  small  payments,  $672.44;  office  rent,  Berner's  hotel,  I  m.  $54.51 

Telephone  service,  $55.96;  cablegrams,  $67.26;  gas  service,  $424.75 

Shipping  charges,  Thos.  Meadows  &  Co 

Printing.  $96.24;  stationery,  $319.03;  advertising,  $97.34 

Wages  of  attendants,  labourers,  &c 

Accounted  for  in   1912-1913 


$  cts. 
39,265  46 


1,022  00 
619  85 
694  25 
223  .38 
247  17 
,.542  OS 
392  72 

2,170  90 

3,312  66 
23,230  S5 

1,500  00 
233'  85 


3,. 54 


4,866  67 

1,049  74 

112  35 

142  49 

76  91 

325  59 

136,. 351  83 

697  99 

1,771  69 

73  00 

463  79 

73  00 

97  98 

1,539  32 

726  95 

547  97 

5,482  36 

512  61 

10,fiS4  42 

47.330  42 


Sales:  8,271  lb.  cheese,  $1,042.26;  old  glasss,  $105.72 $1,147  98 

7i  cwt.  butter,  $165.89;  9  cases  stale  butter,  $14.32 ISO  21 

169  bo.\es  apples,  $237.67;  348  cases  old  apples,  $70.57 308  24 

■Sundry 38  92 

Refunds,  C.  P.  Ry.  on  acct.  work  done 215  20 

G.  T,  Rv..  on  acct.  work  done,  $180.37;  rent  of  grounds,  $389.33 569.70 

Paid  in  1910-1911  (Page  C.  14) 27.477  26 


Exhibitions,  General. 

A.  W.  Despard:  salary,  Aug.  1  to  Oct.  31,  1911,  3  m.  at  $100;  living  allowance,  92  d.  at  $3.50; 

fare,  Ottawa  to  Liverpool.  $95  85;  outlay  at  St.  Catharines,  Aug.  8  to  Oct.  31,  1911,  rent 

of  warehouse,  S30;  fruit,  $86.60;    wages,  $348.50;    duty  $128.71;   freight  charges,  $25. 15; 

sundry,  $26.54;  travelling  expenses,  $27.35 

Alexander.  ,Ias..  Ltd.,  Montreal,  cheese,  4, 161  lb.  at  16c 

Armstrong  Cork  Co.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  supplies 

Beckett,  H.  &  Son,  Hamilton,  Ont.,  apples.  400  boxes  at  $1.50 

Burgess,  Jos.,  Woodstock,  Ont.,  expenses  packing  apples 

Driscoll,  R.,  moose  head,  $2.50;  Gibson,  W.  H.,  Newcastle,  221  boxes  apples,  $331.50 

Lemieux,  J.  N.,  St.  Hyacinthe,  expenses  collecting  apple  exhibit 

Manning  Cold  Storage  Co.,  Toronto,  charges 

Moon,  .Albany  W.,  .St.  Catharines,  sundry  hardware  supplies 

Nicholson,  F.  D.,  .Salmon  .\rm,  B.C.,  fancy  apples,  12  boxes  at  $3 

Sanderson,  Newman  &  Hough,  St.  Catharines,  horse  hire  for  A.  W.  Despard 

Thomson,  C.  J.,  Summerland,  B.C.,  apples,  6  l^oxes  at  $3 

Thompson  &  Norris  Co.,  Niagara  Falls,  Ont,  600  sheets  paper 

United  States  Glass  Co.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.;  6  doz.  No.  14  Columbia  jars,  $270.48;  2  doz.  30  in. 

sample  bottles,  $51 .75;    sundries,  $50.09 

Carried  forw.ard 


2.' 9. 382  25 


29,937  51 


259,444  74 


1.390  70 

665  76 

70  77 

090  00 

99  01 

581  50 

175  46 

64  55 

99  43 

36  00 

51  ,50 

18  00 

5  76 

372  32 

4,320  76 


AaiilCLLTlRE  DEPARTMEXT:  EXPEyniTCRE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 17 


Exhibitions,  General — Concluded. 
Brought  forward 


Walker  &  Abbs,  St.  Catharines,  glycerine,  672  lb.  at  30c.;   sundry  chemicals,  $47.45. . . 

Whital!  Tatum  Co.,  New  York.  1  doz.  No.  2600  jars 

Wilson  Planing  Mill  Co.,  St.  Catharines,  pine,  37  ft.  at  4c.,  5,989  ft.  at  3Jc 

Experimental  Farms,  preparing  exhibits,  Brandon  Farm,  $51.85;  Indian  Head  Farm,  $176.66 

Freight  charges,  G.  T.  Ry.,  $19.84;  telegrams,  G.  N.  W.  Co.,  $4.38 

Stationery  Office.  Ottawa,  supplies 

Grant  to  Amateur  Athletic  Union,  paid  to  President  and  Secretary,  Toronto 


Dominion  Exhibition,  Regina,  Sask. 

Grant  paid  to  President  and  Secretary,  Dominion  Exhibition 


International  Institute  of  .4griciiltiire. 

65;  T.  K.  Doherty,  $1,304  74,  to  be  acct.  for,  $42.07 


Travelling  expenses:  A.  Boyer,  $64 

J.  B.  Spencer,  S78  65 

Catalogue  cards,  $12  16;  cartage.  Capital  Transfer,  $46.50 

Montague  cabinets,  20,  Ottawa  Typewriter  Co 

Telegrams,  $392.28;  Sundry  small  payments  (6),  $12  10 

Subscription  fee  to  the  International  Institute  of  Agriculture  for  1912 

Stationery  office  supplies,  $6,558.97;  printing  forms,  binding,  etc.,  $2,627  80 

Experimental  Farms. 

Summary. 


Central  Experimental  Farm 
Branch  "  " 


Ottawa (Page  C— 21) 

Nappan (Page  C— 22) 

Brandon (Page  C— 231 

Indian  Head (Page  C— 24) 

Agassiz (Page  C— 25^ 

Lacombe (Page  C— 26) 

Lethbridge (Page  C— 27) 

"                  "                "       Charlottetown (Page  C— 28) 

"                  "                "       Rosthem (Page  C— 29) 

"       Cap  Rouge (Page  C— 30) 

"       -Scott (Page  C— 31) 

Kentville (Page  C— 32) 

"                  "                "       St.  Anne  dc  la  Pocatiere '. (Page  C— 32) 

New  Farms (Page  C— 33) 

Charged  as  follows: — 

Experimental  Farms (P.ige   C— 2)     $156. 421  46 

"      additional  branch  stations (Page   C— 2)       118,57119 


Central  Experimental  Farm,  Ottawa. 

Agriculture  Dept.,  corn,  .30  bu.  at  $1.25;  Alexander,  T.,  manure,  145  loads  at  40c 

Am.  Entomological  Co.,  insect  boxes,  56  $56  75;  pins,  17m.  $18.25;  cabinets,  2  $25-20;  labels, 
42m.  $12.35;  label  holders,  250  $15;  sundry  supplies,  $14  75 

Am.  Expr(rs.s  Co.,  exprcssagc,  $20.91;  Artel,  F.,  ice,  1,.591  blocks  at  5c 

Ardley,  W.  D.,  shorts,  500  bags  at  $1  25;  cracked  corn,  1-15  tons,  $38.95;  hay,  1-12  tons  at 
$10;  1  •  53  tons  at  $9 

Arthur.  S.,  1  set  harness  $50;  brushes,  1  doz.  $8;  curry  combs,  1  doz.  $2;  stable  brooms,  3 
$3  20;  1  collar.  $3.50;  sundry  h.irness  supplies   $33.75 

Baird  &  Tatlock,  London,  Eng..  sundry  laboratory  supplies 

Barbier  &  Co.,  Orleans,  France,  sundry'  grafts  and  roots 

Bartlett  Co..  Detroit,  cottonseed  meal.  1  ton  at  $34,  2  tons  at  $33.25 

Barwell.  J.  W..  meal,  calf,  10  bags  at  $1 .70;  poultry,  1  bac  $4.25 

Beattie,  R.,  manure,  45  loads  at  40c.;.  Bowman,  Jas.,  Guelph,  21  steers  at  $28 

Bell  Telephone  Co.,  exchange  sen-ice  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $199.93;  messages,  $14.20 

Bradley,  Jas.,  straw,  2i;;9  tons  at  $5;  Burpee.  W.  A.,  &  Co.,  sundry  seeds,  $35.38 

Bryson-Grahaiii,  Ltd.,  cheesecloth,  575  yd.  $32  60;  hcssian,  100  yd.  $15;  towelling,  62  yd. 
$10.85;  towels,  2  doz.  $6;  linen,  32^  yd.  $7  75;  blinds,  2,  i3.06:  overalls,  3  pr.  $2  25- 
salt,  coarse,  35  bags,  $31  50;  fine,  34  bags,  $4.40;  sugar,  1.50  lb.  $9  23;  rice,  60  lb.  $3  90' 
brooms,  44,  $20.63;  brushes,  12,  $6.60;  hose.  50  ft.  $7.50;  sulphur,  1  bag  $3  36;  .soap,  1 
box.  $4.75;  25  bars.  $1.67;  jars,  6  doz.  $4.50;  glue.  20  lbs.  $2  .50;  1  mirror,  $2.75;  1  fly 
catcher,  $2.20;  mitt«,  3  pr.  $1 .50;  sundry  supplies,  $39  85 

Carried  forward 

1— 2c 


$     cts 

4,, 320  76 

249  05 

43  20 

211  11 

228  51 

24  22 

34  00 

4,000  00 


9,110  85 


50, 000  00 


2,073  11 

58  66 

870  00 

404  38 

2,980  77 
9, 186  77 


15,579  69 


76,350  51 

8,910  18 

14,567  27 

15,590  62 

17,017  40 

8,346  25 

13,590  00 

13, 166  62 

6,635  24 

36,402  24 

18,425  37 

9,699  09 

3,469  94 

32,791  92 


274,992  65 


274,992  65 


95  50 


142  30 

100  46 

688  88 

100  45 

715  72 

25  00 

100  50 

21  25 

606  00 

214  13 

143  32 

224  35 


3, 177  86 


C— 18 


AUDITOR  GEXERAL'S  REPORT,   W1I-W13 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Central  Experimental  Farm,  Ottawa— Continued. 
Brought  forward 


Bull,  B.  H.,  &  Son.,  Brampton,  Ont.,  5  .Tersov  heifers  and  1  bull  at  S500 

Burns,  M.  T.,  &  ."^on,  horseshoeing.  Mar.  4,  1911,  to  Mar.  29,  1912 

Caldwell  Feed  Co..  Dundas,  1  ton  meal,  $37. 10:  Came,  F.  E.,  1  Holstcin  cow,  $225 

Can.  Dairy  Supply  Co.,  1  cheese  vat.  ?60;  Can.  Kxpress  Co.,  expressage,  SSS.80 

C.  P.  Ry.  Co.,  freight  charges,  ?fl69.12;  C.  P.  Ry.  Co.  Tel.,  messages.    $9.3.93 

Carson,  Hugh,  harness  2  sets,  SI15;    truck  pads,  1  pr.  59. 50;  robes,  3,  $-10. .50;  brushes,  3  doz, 

$2,5  20;  muzzles,  6  ,S7.50:  sundry  reprs.  and  harness  supplies,  $35.85 

Chadborn  &  Caldwell  Mfg.  Co.  Xe%vburg,  N.Y.,  rey.  cutter  comp.,  2  at  $10.30;  2  bot.  knives 

at  $4.20;  sundry  supplies,  $1.72 

Chester,  A.  W.,  stranping  blankets,  6  pr.  $18  25;  sundry'  harness  repairs,  etc.  $1890 

demons,  P.  F.,  St.  George,  Ont.,  Holstein  heifers,  1  at  .5.S00,  1  at  $500,  1  at  $400 

Cockshutt  Plow  Co.,  1  engine  gang  .5-furrow,  .$360;  1  foot-lift  gring  plow.  .?63;  12  shares,   $5.40 

Condie,  A.,  manure,  100  loads  at  40c.;  Crowe,  G.  N.,  bran,  30  bags  .S39 

Conn,  H.  S.,  cottonseed  meal,  2  tons  at  $32;  cottonseed  cake,  9  tons  at  $30 

Craig,  R.,  horse  blankets,  4,  $22;  sundry  supplies,  $6  95 

Cranston,,!.,  &  Son,  Hamilton,  flowerpots,  3m.  $22.50;  crates,  6  $2. 76 

Cuzner  H,ardware  Co.,  sundry  apiary  supplies 

Davidson,  ,Tas.,   ash,  200  pes.  at  12c.;   lumber  at  $45  m.,  $19.44,  at  $40  m.  $23.14;  at  $18  m. 

$18;  sundry  lumber,  etc.  $17.50 

Davidson,  Jos.,  straw,  40.45  tons  at  $5;  Dessert,  A.,  plants,  $17.70 

Dayton  Fruit  Tree  Label  Co.,  stakes,  10  m.  $48;  labels,  55  m.  $.39.84;  sundry,  $28 

Dempsey,  H.  C,  bran,  100  bags,  $127.50;  corn,  20  bags,  $31;  rock  salt.  1,000  lb.  $10 

Dobbie  &  Co.,  sundry  seeds,  $19  38;  Dom.  Express  Co.,  expressage,  $138  59 

Duhamel,  L.,  1  .shanty  lumper,  $50;  Dynes,  A.,  lard,  411  lb.  at  6^c 

Duke. . I.  O.,  corn,  10  hu.  at  $2  05.  10  bu.  at  $1.40,  10  bu.  at  $1.05;  .sundry  seed,  $9.05 

Ede,  P.  D.,  Oxford,  Ont.,  1  Holstein  cow 

Edwards,  W.  C,  &  Co.,  shavings,  2.32  bales  at  12c.;  Fee,  Mrs.  R..  cut  bone.  700  lb.  $17.50.. 

Edwardsburg  Starch  Co.,  Cardinal,  Ont.,  gluten  meal,  40  tons  at  $30 

Esmonde,  J.  P.  &  F.  W.,  1  separator  feed  tank,  $14.95;  sundrj-  supplies.  $5.60 

Fenton.  W.  J.,  1  corn  planter,  $52;  Forward,  J.  A.,  cracked  corn,   1,000  lb.  $16.50:  sundry 

$3.35 


Gauvin.  ,Tos.,  iron  for  benches,  350  lb.  at  1.5c.,  sundry  blacksmithing,  $7  90 

General  Supply  Co.  of  Canada,  leather  belting,  39  feet  at  50c.,  35  feet  at  35c;,  sundry  black 
smithing  and  machinery  supplies,  $134  31 

Goold,  Shapley  <fe  Muir  Co.,  1  tractor,  45  h.p..  $2,250;  repairing  tractor,  $12.80;  3  pulleys, 
$34.74;  1  batter^',  $7;  1  annode,  $2  1,5 — less  1  engine  returned,  .?1,450 

Graham  Bros.,  clover,  191  lb.  at  22ic,  100  lb.  at  21c.,  361  lb.  at  17e.;  grass  seed,  S4  lb., 
$23  94;  rape  .seed,  125  lb.  at  7c.;  turnip  seed.  20  lb.  S3  40;  corn,  30 bush,  at  $1  45,  25  bush 
at$1.40;5bu5h.atS1.35.2bush.at$1.20,2bu.at$1.15;tares,  6  bush.  $13  50;  grit,  S50lb, 
$6  50;  orchid  peat,  1  sack,  $3  50;  bone  meal,  100  lb.  $2.25;  beef  scraps.  150  lb.  $5  75: 
egg  boxes,  double,  8  doz.  $11.50;  single,  15  doz.  $16;  baskets.  1,425,  $60  93;  lawn  mowers 
2,  $13;  lino  covers,  425,  $4.25;  1  sod  lifter,  $3.50;  oyster  shells,  800  lbs..  $6.00;  rakes.  8, 
$6.50;  forks.  5,  $5;  shovels,  2,  $2.30;  shears,  2  prs.  $2.90;  spades,  3,  $2.55;  hose  and 
couplings,  50  ft.  $7.50;  sundry  seeds  and  supplies,  $43,56, — less  beef  .scraps,  2001b.  $7 

G.  T.  Ry.,  freight  charges,  $231.62;  G.  N.  W.  Telegraph  Co.,  messages,  .$20.25 

Greey,  W.  &  .1.  G.,  1  separator,  $130;  1  dust  collector,  $77;  elevators,  2  set,  $75;  1  brush  sieve 
cleaner,  $40;  sieves,  2  sets,  $30;  sieves,  5  at  $3.50;  1  clipping  conveyor,  S40;  sundry 
separator  supplies,  $26 

Halliday,  S.  W.,  1  sleigh,  .$2S;  painting  double  cutter,  $10 

Harris,  A.  W.,  V.S.,  visits  and  medicines 

Harlz.  J.  F.  ,  Co.,  1  soil  centrifuge,  $121;  1  counter  bell,  $10;  1  electric  stove,  $9.50 

Helmen,  F.,  repairing  expre^ss  waggon,  $6:  sundry  blacksmithing,  $14.35 

Higginson,  J.  F.,  nit.  of  soda,  1,000  lb.  $24.50;  mur.  of  potash,  1,000  lb.  $24;  phos.,  400  lb. 


$4 


Hunter.  R.,  &  Sons,  Maxville,  Ont.,  1  AjTshir,-  lieifer  calf 

International  Harvester  Co.,  1  Corn  King  spreader,  S140;  supplies,  $29. 15 

James,  F.  G.,  tags,  hog,  800,  $12.80;  cattle,  300,  $6;  sheep  ear  punches,  2,  $1.80 

Johnson,  S.,  hay,  11.77  tons  at  S6;  Kelsey,  J.  R.,  1  Shropshire  ram,  $45 

Johnstone,  J.,  Little  Rideau,  Ont.,  1  Holstcin  cow,  $225,  1  calf,  $75 

Kippcn,  W.  D.,  1  carriage,  $140;  Kny-Seheerer  Co.,  entomological  supplies,  $26.80 

Lake,  D.  S.,  nursery  supplies,  $i56  55;  Latham,  Geo.,  gravel,  68  loads  at  75c 

Landreville,  M.,  stabling,  48  weeks  to  Oct.  31,  1911  at  $2;  cab  hire,  $8;  soap,  2  boxes,  $2 

LawTence  Dairy  .Supply  Co.,  1  small  gang  press,  $45;  parchment  paper,  1,100  sheets,  $12 

sundry  dairy  supplies,  .$44  85 

Lawson.  T.,  &  Sons,  babbitted  hangers,  2,  $15;  1  maple  frame,  $12;  pulleys,  2,  $9.50;  1  steel 

shaft,  74  lb.,  $4.44;  sundry  labour  and  supplies,  $19  95 

Leitz,  E.,  arc  lamps.  2.  $19  20;  sundry  supplies  and  outlay,  $11  95 

Lcmoine,  V.,  &  Fils,  plants  and  roots,  $34  55;  Long,  J.  B.,  straw,  16-29  tons  at  $5 

Library  Bureau  of  Canada,  1  oak  unit.  $25;  2  oak  ends,  $10;  manillafoldei-s,  3,000,  $18;  guides, 

1  set,  $5.50;  extension  folders,  500,  $0.25 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


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Central  Eipcrimental  Farm,  Ottawa— Continued. 

BrouRht  forward 

Lvmans  Ltd.:  copper  .sulph.,  562  lb.  $.30  91:  potass,  iodide,  10  Ih.,  $40  52;  hydrorhloric 
.loid.  IDS  lb..  $20  20;  .sulph.  acid,  54  lb.  $9  60;  nitric  acid,  21  lb.  $4  53;  ammonia,  4S  lb., 
$11  64:  Paris  green,  50  lb.  $10  45;  caustic  soda,  50  lb.  $5;  bottles,  5'  gross,  $21;  test 
tubes,  1  gross,  ?2  40;  ruliber  tubing,  IJ  lb.  $7.50;  glass  rings,  100,  $10;  sundry  chemical 
supplies,  $100  23 

Maison-Girard-Col,  France,  zinc  labels 

Manclipst^r  Corporation,  England,  sundry  specimens 

Martin.  J.  S.,  shorts,  22- 1  tons  at  $23;  bran,  415  tons  at  $21 

Massey-H.irris  Co.:  I  \o.  3  blizzard,  $135;  1  corn  cultivator.  $55;  1  rake,  $32;  1  plow,  S12; 
sundrj'  implement  supplies,  $63.69 

Matthews,  Geo.  Co.,  Ltd.,  lard,  40  lb.  at  lljc,  200  1b.  at  lOlc 

.Miller,  J.:  10  calves.  5,990  lb.,  $407.65;  commis.sion,  $10;  sundry,  $3.85 

Morris,  J.  H.,  straw,  19-84  tons  at  $5.50;  Mulliaian,  W.,  straw,  21-74  tons  at  $5 

Mulhall,  R.:  shovels.  19.  $14. .50:  hoes,  20.  $9.40;  forks,  13.  $7.75;  pii-ks.  6.  $5.10:  grain  scoops, 
2,  $2.70;  pails,  30,  $14.10;  enamel  tins,  12,  S3;  galv.  pails,  12,  $5.40;  gem  jars.  So.  $9; 
scythes,  3,  $3;  djnamite,  20i  lb.,  $0.04;  agate  dish  pans,  4,  $4.20;  glue,  15  lb.,  $3.75; 
hose,  couplings  and  nozzle,  .50  ft.,  $6.50;  rope,  2Si  lb.,  $4.32;  nails.  1  keg,  $2.85;  mop 
cloths,  2  doz.,  $3.60;  fence  staples,  1  brl.,  $3;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $81.62 

Mus^rove.  J.  A.:  beeswax,  5  lb.,  $2.75;  sundry  chemical  supplies,  $22.65 '. 

McDonald,  K.  &  Sons:  seed,  clover,  150  lb.  at  22ic.,  601  lb.  at  ISJc.;  timothy,  50  lb.  at  15^., 
450  lb.  at  15c.;  barley,  10  bush,  at  $1.30:  corn,  16  bush,  at  $1.50,  51-7  bush,  at  $1.45,  4 
bush,  at  $1.40.  8  bush,  at  $1..35,  14  bush,  at  $1.15;  buckwheat,  0  bush.,  $6;  rape,  25  lb.  at 
8c.;  1  set  spring  trips  for  cultivator,  $21.90;  belting,  leather,  68  ft.,  $19.04,  rubber,  50  ft., 
$4.50:  belt  lacing,  5  lb.,  ,S4.50;  mitts,  18  pr.,  $10.80;  rope,  61  lb.,  at  14c.;  zenoleum,  5 
gal..  $6.25;   1  brl.  truck,  $14;    1  seeder,  $2.25;   bags,  40,  S8:  .sundry  seed  supplies,  $14.48,  . 

McGrath,  E.  P.  &  Co.:  lumber,  500  ft.  at  $40;  800  ft.  at  $19,  4M.  ft.  at  $18,  900  ft.  at  $17,  250 
ft.  at  $14;  apple  boxes,  200,  $51;  shooks,  200,  $10;  tent  pins,  36,  S2..34;  cartage,  $3..50; 
sundry  lumber,  <tc.,  -552.21 

McKnight.  W.,  manure,  136  loads  at  40c.;  Neil,  J.  L.,  straw,  14-34  tons  at  $5 

Macdonald  College,  clover  seed,  200  11)!,  $40;  2  cotton  bags,  50c 

Naismith,  Wm.,  potatoes,  216  bags  at  $1.05,  7  bush,  at  $1,  90  lb.,  $3 

Ness,  R.  R.,  Howick,  Que.,  1  Ayrshire  bull — Monarch  of  Tanglewj'ld 

Niagara  Brand  Spray  Co.:  arsenate  of  lead,  100  lb.,  810. .39:  liinc-sulphur,  1  brl.,  $8 

Nothnagel,  Mrs.  B.,  washing,  coats,  376  at  13c.,  towels,  982  at  5c.,  aprons,  750  at  5c.,  sundry 
washing,  $34.92 .". 

Ottawa  Car  Co. :  pine  wagon  boxes,  3,  $174;  2  side  and  1  front  buggj' curtains,  $14.25;  sundry 
blacksmithing,  &c.,  $24.25;  less  allowance,  $88.50 

Ottawa  Electric  Co.,  electricity  supplied,  Jan.  13,  1911-Jan.  26,  1912 

Ottawa  Fireproof  Supply  Co.:  plaster.  1  ton,  $8.50;  lime,  20  bush.,  $7.80... 

Ottiwa  &  N.Y.  Ry.  Co.:  freight.  $21.01;  Ottawa  Drug  Co.,  sundry  drugs,  $19.71 

Ottawa  Hardware  Co.:  wire,  steel,  497  lb.  at  5c.,  copper,  5  lb,  .$2.25;  paper,  16  rol  Is  at  75c.; 
1  hot  blast  heater,  $9.99;  pipes,  26  at  12c.;  white  lead, 3  tinsat  $1.75:  25  lb. ,  $1.75;  1  wheel- 
barrow, $4.25;  2  step  ladders,  S4..50;  brooms,  10,  $4.95;  spades,  4,  $3;  galvanized  pails,  8 
$3.50;  hoes.  6,  $3.60;  1  pr.  tongs,  $2.25;  1  scoop,  $1.15;  I  boiler,  $2;  sundry  labor  and  hard- 
ware .supplies,  $31.43 

Ottawa  Nurseries:  sugar  maples,  40,  $10;  sundry  nursery  supplies,  $6 

Ottawa  Paper  Box  Co.:  cheese  boxes,  5,499,  $38.50:  egg  boxes,  1  doz.,  $11 

Owens,  W.:  1  Yorkshire  boar,  $00;  IVrrj-,  ,-\mos,  sundry  plants,  $25.10 

Quaker  Oats  Co.,  Peterboro:  feed,  14  tons  at  $22.50:  bran,  6  tons  at  $21 

Queen  City  Oil  Co.:  gasoline,  94-3  gal.  at  205c.,  88-5  gal.  at  20c.,  713-9  gal.  at  19U-.,  390-4 
gal. at  19c.;  castoroil,  25gal.  at  .ISc;  astral  oil,  40gal.  at  20c.;  neatsfootoil,  Sgal.at  S7c.; 
engine  oil,  3  gal.,  $2.25;  paraffine,  10  gal.,  $2.10;  grease,  75  lb.,  (t.94;  sundry  supplies, 
$4.45;  less  empty  brls.,  $4.05 

Rea,  A.  E.  &  Co.:  soap,  2  boxes,  $8;  c.  salt,  10  bags,  $8;  sheeting,  16  yd.  at  48c.;  cheese 
cloth,  112  yd.,  $6.06;  sulphur,  I  bag,  $2.25;  sundry  supplies,  $31.66 

Rcid,  U.  &  Co.:  3  steers,  2,6401b.,  $145.20;  Rush,  A.  M.,  stanchions,  14,  $15.25 

Rennie,  Wm.  Co.:  seed,  mangel,  24  lb.,  $4.80,  carrot,  12  lb.,  $2;  sundry  seeds,  $18.23 

Saunders,  Wm.:     1  sleigh  and  book  case,  $90 

tSiiuntlers,  W.  E.  &  Co.,  London,  Ont.:  photographic  slides,  172 

Savage  &  MacDonell  Co.:  pine,  1.690  ft.  at  $25,  1,000  ft.  at  $18.50;  cartage,  85c 

Sogers  Bros.:  tulips,  9,4.50,  $77.23;  picking,  $4;  sundry  plants,  $17.43 

Sh'-twin-Willian.s  Co.,  Montreal:  linseed  oil  cake,  2  tons  at  $39.50,  10  tons  at  $34 

Slatterv.  B.:  bones,  1,204  lb.,  $18.09;  Smart  Bag  Co.,  bags,  13,200,  $.327.30 

Smith,  K.  D.:  plants,  $20;  Spramotor  Co.:  1  tank,  84  gal.,  $12.00;  sundry,  $24.25 

Stinson-Reeb  Builders'  Supply  Co.:  piaster,  20  tons,  $72;  bags,  320,  $32;  freight,  M8 

Stork,  H.  C:  1  brl.  zenoleum,  $30:  Sutton  &  Sons,  sundry  seeds,  $36.74 

Storr,  ,1.:  b.  oil,  25  gal.,  $31.25;  white  lead.  125  lb.,  $8.63;  red  paint,  50  lb.,  $3.50;  green  in 
oil,  25  lb.,  $4.50;  coal  oil,  10  gal.,  $2.,50;  lettering  5  sign  boards,  $4.50;  glass,  100  panes 
8x10,  $3;  putty,  25  lb.,  $1 ;  sundry  supplies,  $2.65 

Thern.os  Bottle  Co.:  Toronto,  special  apparatus,  12  at  $2.25 

Thomas  Bros.:  brooms,  cable,  4  doz.  at  $6.75;  stable,  1  doz.,  $6.90;  §  doz.,  $4.38;  bnishes, 
scrub,  1  doz.,  $4,  window,  }  doz.,  $1.13 , 

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126  10 

40  50 

236  80 

350  00 

18  39 

170  40 

124  00 

39  52 

16  30 

40  72 

119  84 
16  00 
49  .50 
85  10 

441  00 


280  78 


63  65 

160  45 

25  03 

90  00 

50  00 

61  60 

98  66 

419  00 

345  39 

56  85 

152  00 

60  74 

61  .53 

27  00 

43  41 

24,818  65 


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AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1011-1912 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Central  Experimental  Farm,  Ottawa — Continued. 
Brought  forward 


Thorbuin,  J.  M.  &  Co.:  bamboo  sticks,  1,000,  $d;  sundry  seeds,  $21.20 

Thornton  &  Truman:  ground  augers,  4,  $35.20;  sundry  repairs,  $5.90 

Topley  Co.:    1  electric  heater,  ?100;    1  kodak  and  carrying  case,  $82;   heater  cord,  30  ft.,  $3; 

2  B.  &  L.  microscopes,  $74.20;  sundry  photographic  supplies,  $63.57 

Vilmorin-Andrieux  &  Co.:  France,  sundry  seed  supplies 

Warden  Kingston  Penitentiary :  binder  twine,  400  lb.  at  8c 

Watt,  C:  straw,  7-84  tons  at  $5;  Western  Can.  Flour  Mills  Co.,  bran,  20  tons  at  $21 

Whitall  Tatum  Co.,  New  York:  vials,  3  gr.,  $9.49;  sundry  supplies,  $12.93 

Yokohama  Nursery  Co.,  sundry  nursery  supplies 

Yuill  &  Smith:  stabling  horses  from  Nov.  1  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  at  $2  week 

Travelling  expenses — 

Beaulicu,  G.,  $10;  Bcaulne,  J.,  $24.75;  Buck,  F.  E.,  .«34.35 

Bunting,  T.  G.,  -5109.98;  Carter,  A.,  S.52.90;  Charron.  A.  T.,  $181.04 

Fortier,  V.,  $360.72;  Fylcs,  Miss  F.,  $2.20;  Gilison,  Arthur,  $76.85 

Gibson,  W.,  $38.12;  Gigu^re,  .1.  L.,  $10.75;  Gilbert,  A.  G.,  $78.37 

Gray,  D.  D.,  $78.55;  Grisdale,  J.  H.,  $813.49;  Gu.s-sow,  H.  T.,  $356.38 

Hewitt,  C.  G.,  $235.83;  Holz,  H.,  $13.10;  Macoun,  W.  T.,  $454.79 

McTaggart,  Alex.,  $19;  Pelletier,  Eujr.,  $75.30;   Ross,  W.  A.,  $10 

Sanders,  G.  E.,  $6.15;  .Saunders,  C.  E..  $737.83;  Scott,  W.  T.,  $2.95 

Shutt,  F.  T.,  $132.07;  Sirett,  H.,  $84.30;  Swaine,  J.  M.,  $5.70 

White,  O.  C 

Honorarium  paid  to  Wm  Saunders,  late  director . . .    . 

King's  Printer's  account,  sundry  printing,  &c 

Stationery  Office,  Ottawa:  3  typewriters,  $399.75;  zinc  labels,  1,500,  $248;  sundry  stationery 

supplies,  $:3,034.42 

Subscription  to  newspapers,  books,  &c 

Registration  fees,  Ottawa  Live  Stock  Records 

Customs  duties,  $263.15;  potty  expenses,  sundry  supplies,  $65.68 

131  payments,  $15  and  under >^ 


$    cts. 
28,818  65 


Less — Seed  Growers  Association,  1910-U  refunded  1911-12 

Foremen,  &c. 

Deavy,  Thos.,  foreman's  assistant,  &c.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Eastham,  J.  W.,  bot.anist  assistant,  April  15  to  June  11,  1911 

Ellis,  W.  T.:   chief  gardener,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $950;   taking  weather  observations,  12 

m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  S6 

Fahey,  Wm.,  caretaker  of  laboratory,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Fenton,  E.,  baker,  April  1-15,  1911  at  $40 ' 

Fister,  G.  J.,  foreman,  cereal  division,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Haining,  Jas.,  herdsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Holz,  H.,  foreman  horticulturist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Horn,  F.,  forcmiin  .arboretum,  12  m.  to  M.ar.  31.  1912 

Meilleur,  Jos.,  buttermaker,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

McGrath,  Jno.,  teamster,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Nevins,  Jno.,  foreman  in  charge  of  horses,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Partridge,  Geo.,  messenger,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Read,  H.  J.,  assistant  horticulturist,  12  ra.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Taggart,  Jas.,  foreman,  grounds,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 


Wages  of  Farm  Laborers,  &c. 

Alexander,  A.,  laborer,  $94.01;  Alexander.  Thos.,  teamster,  $431.10. 

Ade,  T.,  laborer,  $8.50;  Barnett,  Jas.,  laborer,  $213.70 

Beauchamp,  O.,  laborer,  $125.36;  Beaulne,  J.,  laborer,  $503.18 

Beattie,  R.,  laborer,  $313.62;  Belair,  Amos,  laborer,  $48 

Belair,  O.,  laborer,  $13;  Belair,  W.,  laborer,  $53.55 

Bow,  Jno.,  laborer,  $232.96;  Boving,  Geo.,  laborer,  $201.55 

Bowman,  L.,  laborer,  $7.20;  Boyce,  T.,  laborer,  .$84.32 

Brown,  W.,  laborer,  $29.92;  Burchell,  R.,  laborer.  $24.99 

Burns,  P.,  laborer,  $2.08;  Cameron,  A.,  laborer,  $115.21 

CarriJre.  Jos.,  laborer,  $122.65;  Carroll,  P.,  laborer,  $68.49 

Carroll,  Thos.,  hiborer,  $76.90;  Clark,  H.  M.,  laborer.  $63.84: 

Condie,  Archie,  laborer,  $302.56;  Cooke,  M.,  laborer,  $83.27 

Corrigan,  N.,  laborer,  $35;  Cowan,  R.,  laborer,  $315.77 , 

Daoust,  A.,  laborer,  $17.28;  Davis,  T.,  laborer,  $98.36 

Deavy,  Geo.,  laborer,  $640.91;  Deavy,  H.,  laborer,  $161.42 

Deavy,  Thos.,  teamster.  $565.54;  Demora,  S.,  laborer,  $490.25 

Driscoll,  D.,  coachman,  $612.08;  Fahey,  Jno.,  laborer,  $124.52 


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41  10 

322  77 

56  51 

32  00 

459  21 

22  42 

17  10 

43  43 

69  10 

343  92 

439  77 

127  24 

1,24S  43 

703  72 

104  30 

746  93 

222  07 

146  95 

4,000  00 

3,184  97 

3,682  17 

228  58 

182  00 

328  83 

629  51 

$42,231  85 

29  75 

$42,202  10 

675  00 

202  22 

1,022  00 

700  00 

20  00 

950  00 

720  00 

950  00 

750  00 

675  00 

600  00 

675  00 

700  00 

750  00 

750  00 

525  11 

222  20 

628  54 

361  62 

66  55 

434  51 

91  52 

54  91 

117  20 

191  14 

140  74 

385  83 

350  77 

115  64 

802  33 

1.055  79 

736  60 

Carried  forward., 


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$  cts. 

58,622  41 

554  25 

600  00 

198  08 

73  12 

136  44 

301  63 

534  67 

174  35 

534  49 

266  97 

207  27 

196  41 

78  82 

530  15 

484  31 

611  53 

549  85 

166  SO 

1,202  04 

447  49 

215  06 

152  47 

532  65 

748  75 

642  96 

341  12 

24  34 

869  72 

171  20 

436  99 

818  86 

1,009  57 

1,329  97 

639  44 

83  61 

585  30 

954  62 

316  21 

222  47 

193  12 

525  66 

385  85 

818  25 

738  U 

497  29 

79,728  67 

3,378  16 

76,350  51 

1,900  00 

720  00 

21  15 

137  40 

289  05 

144  23 

35  52 

167  19 

20  00 

225  00 

137  25 

263  50 

38  00 

Central  Experimental  Farm    Ottawa — Concluded. 

Brouglit  forward 

Wages  of  Farm  Laborer:',  d'C, 

Fahey,  Thos.,  laborer,  $240..50;  Falls,  W.  J.,  laborer,  $313.75 

Frank,  V..  laborer,  $34.72;  Garin,  M.,  laborer,  $.571.28 

Gibson.  W.,  laborer,  $49.13;  Glasper,  J.,  laborer,  $146.95 

Goodfellow,  Geo.,  laborer,  $24.48;  Grisdalc,  R.,  laborer,  $48.64 

Hamilton,  D.,  laborer,  $8.50;  Hamilton,  R.,  laborer,  $127.94 

Hallierell,  F.,  laborer,  $245.53;  Hav,  K.  M.,  laborer.  $56.10 

Hcnnessy,  T.  .\.,  laborer,  .J494..55;  Highland,  N.,  laborer.  $10.12 

Holenden,  R.,  laborer,  $164.75:  Houlaban,  M.,  laborer,  SO.OO 

Hopper,  A.  E.,  laborer,  $8.04;  Huard,  M.,  laborer,  $525..S5 

Jeffery.  H.,  laborer,  $196.34;  Jubinville,  A.,  laborer,  $70.63 

Jubinville,  F.,  laborer,  $98..35;  Judwa,  D.,  laborer,  $ias.92 : 

Judwa,  L.,  laborer,  $27;  Judwa,  Mrs.,  laborer,  $44. .50;  Julian,  J.,  laborer,  $124.91 

Laeroix,  A.,  laborer,  $04.42;  Lacroix,  J.,  laborer,  $14.40 

Lacroix,  O.,  laborer,  $467.93;  Lafleur,  J.,  laborer,  $62.22 

Lafloor,  W.,  laborer,  $457.27;  Lawne,  T.,  laborer,  $27.04 

Lati-eille,  D.,  laborer,  $500.65;  Leafloor,  Sam.  teamster,  $110.88 

Lcifrh,  A.  E.,  Laborer,  $532.85;  Lemon.  A.  laborer,  $17 

Lepage,  M.,  laborer,  $66.50;  Logan,  R.,  laborer,  $34;  Lynch,  Jas.,  laborer,  $66.30 

Lynch,  W.,  teamster,  $494.36:  Maddin,  T..  laborer,  $146.94;  Melvin,  J.,  laborer,  $560.74.. . 

Mariwnav,  Felix,  laborer.  S205.83;  Marignav,  Frs.,  laborer.  $241.66 

Meillcurl  A.,  laborer,  $160.98;  Meilleur,  H.  laborer,  $54.08 

Merrifield,  H..  laborer,  $4;  Moore,  J.  laborer,  $148.47 

Morgan,  F.,  laborer,  $365.99;  Morgan,  Jno.,  laborer,  $166.66 

Mulligan,  .-Yndrew.  stableman,  $664.45;  Miurdock,  Jno.,  laborer,  $84.30 

Murdock,  Jos.,  Ial>orer,  $3.40;  Mc.\doo,  Wm.  stableman,  $639. .56 

McCarthy,  J.,  laborer,  $7.20;  McDonald,  H.,  laborer,  $333.92 

McComber,  W.,  laborer,  $8.50;  McDonald,  J.  C„  laborer,  $15.84 

MacKintosh,  G.,  laborer,  $403.95;  McKnight,  VV.,  teamster,  $465.77 

McRae,  R.,  laborer,  $12.75;  McTaggart,  A.,  laborer,  $1.58.45 

Neeley,  A.,  labourer,  $293.79;  Neeley,  W.,  laborer,  $140;  Nevins,  L.,  laborer,  $3.20 

Nevins,  Jos.,  mail  courier,  .$591.43;  Nezan,  L.,  laborer,  $227.43 , 

Nothnagcl,  B.,  laborer,  $.505. 60;  Pelletier,  J.,  laborer,  $503.97 

Perrin,  Geo.,  gardener,  $005.59;  Proudman,  Jno.  stableman,  $664.38 

Quinlan,  Chs.,  lalxirer,  $14.40;  Read,  F.  W.,  bus  driver,  $625.04 

Robinson,  Ed.,  laborer,  $81.91;  Rock  H.,  laborer,  $1.70 

Rov,  L.,  laborer,  $.34..34;  Russell,  H.  W.,  laborer,  $525.04;  Ryan,  J.,  laborer,  $25.92 

Schmidt,  G.,  laborer,  $382.26;  Scott,  VV.  T.,  laborer,  $572.36 

Simpson,  J.,  laborer.  $2.55.03;  .Snider,  H.,  laborer,  $61.18 

Snodgrass,  J.,  laborer,  $3.40;  Stcnning,  A.,  laborer,  $219.07 

Stewart,  W.,  J.  laborer,  $174.42;  Stringer,  Geo.,  laborer,  $18.70 

Taggart,  F.,  laborer,  $511.66;  Tessier,  A.,  laborer,  $14 

Thomson,  Geo.,  laborer,  $265.89:  Thompson.  J.,  laborer.  $119.96 

Uhlemann,  F.,  laborer,  $217.11;  Vaughan,  S.,  laborer,  $001.14 

Vaughan.  T.,  laborer,  $455.34;  Walsh,  E.,  laborer,  $162.88;  Waevro,  A.,  laborer,  $119.89.. , 
Walsh,  G.,  laborer,  $472.89;  Woodgate,  D.,  laborer,  $24.40 

Less— Proceeds  of  sales  of  cattle,  18,264  lb.  at  8Sc..  2,S09  lb.  at  7!c.,  4,118  lb.  at  6;c.,  4,497 
lb.  at  5c.,  5,838  lb.  at  4c.,  beef  cattle,  2  at  $75,  1  at  S95,  19  at  $31,  1  at  '$30,  1  at  S25 

Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Nappan,  N.S. 

Robertson,.'R.,  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Robertson,  R.  J.,  office  assistant,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $60 

Amherst  Foundry  Co.,  galv.  pails,  6,  $9,  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $12.15 

Amherst  Trading  Co.,  1  ensilage  cutter,  $125,  sundry  supplies,  $2.40 

Barnes,  W.  L.,  bran  ]  ton,  $20;  5  bags,  at  $1.30;  oats,  300  bu.  at  48c.,  banner  chop  1  ton  at  $29, 
2  tons  at  $20,  feed  1  ton  $32,  cr.  corn  3  bags,  $5.55 

Bird,  J.  E.,  postage  stamps,  $112.38;  Dclahunt  W.,  sundry  blacksmithing,  $31.85 

Colpitt,«!.  E.  L.,  beehives  18,  $20.52;  brood  foundation  23  lbs,  $14.05,  sundry  95c 

Dunlap  Bros,  and  Co.,  lime  20  casks  .at  $2,  vitoral,  150  lbs,  $12,  peas,  8  bush,  at  $2,  hose  50  ft. 
$fi..50;  Paris  green  20  lbs,  $6;  1  knee  vrrap,  $5;  1  door  mat,  $3.50;  hay  forks,  6,  $3.95;  raw 
oil,.'!  galls.,  $.3.75;  1. set  bits,  $3. 50;  wrenches,  2,  $3;  wire  cloth,  8  yds.,  $2;  sundry  hardware 
supplies,  $01.99 

Flewelling,  G.  &  G.  Mfg.  Co.,  Hampton,  N.  B.,  apple  shooks,  100  at  20c 

Granby  Carriage  Co.,:  1  piano  box  carriage,  $90;  1  Quebec  surry,  $135 

Graves,  L.  A.:apple  brl.,  200,  $60;  I.C.Ry.,  freight  charges,  $77.25 

Hennes.sey,  Jas.:  1  horse,  $265;  International  Harvester  Co.,  1  harrow,  $28.50.... 

luiperial  Oil  Co.,  gasoline,  90  galls,  at  20c.,  Am.  oil  69  galls  at  14Sc.,  1  steel  brl.  $10.... 

Carried  forward 


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C— 22 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'^  REPORT,  1911-1012 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


Branch  Eiperimental  Farm,  Nappan,  N.S. — Concluded. 


Brought  forward . 


Logan,  C.  T.,  nitrate  of  soda  1,600  lb.  at  3c.,  muriatoof  potash,  1,600  at  2Jc.,  bone  meal,  1  ton, 

S28;  acid  phosphate,  1  ton,  SIS;  sundry  fertilizer.  $0 

I.anKill,  R.,  picking  strawberries,  21.5  boxes  at  2c.,  1,110  boxes  at  le 

Laring,  R.  W.,  feed,  shoemaker,  4  tons  at  $34;  banner,  2  tons  at  §34;  bran  12  tons  at  S27;  oil 

cake,  1  ton,  $17;  cotton,  seed,  6  tons,  at  $36 

MeKav,  C,  straw,  7-6  tons  at  $5;  Roach  C.  J.,  straw  ,S-6S  tons  at  $.5 

Nova  Scotia  Tel./Co.,  exchange  service  9  m.  to  Dec.  31,  lOU,  $22. .50;  messages,  $16.71 

Rennie  Wm.  Co.,  seed,  clover,  1001b.  at  20c.;  400  bl.  at  lOJe.;    timothy,  300  lb.  at  15c.;  tares, 

Shush,  at  $2.40;  sundry  seeds,  &c.,  S18.99 

Robert.son,  R.,  purchase  of  4S  steers  46,242  lb.  at  4jc 

Savaiie,  Chs.;  1  set  double  harness,  $34.50;  1  set  of  britchings,  $10;  2  rugs,  S7.50;  1  bridle,  $3 

saddle  pads,  2,  $1.50:  sundry,  harness  and  repairs,  $25.78 

Smith,  E.  D.,  Winona,  Ont..  s  inrlrv  nursery  supplies 

Snramotor  Co.:  1  tank,  84  sails.,  i?I4;  1  No.  2  brass,  S16;  sundry  $7.43 

Victor  Wood  Works:  watering  tanks,  2,  .S13..50;  sheathing,  350  ft.,  S9.45;  pickets,  300,  $3 

labor,  3  d.,  $7.50;  sundry  lumber,  S3.fi0 

Vilas,  W.  F.,  plow,  points.  21  at  50c. ;  coultcr.-j  &  sides,  4  at  $1 ;  shoes,  2  at  50c 

King's  Printer  account,  printing.  S,';9.09;  stationery  office  supplies,  $26.57 

Travelling  expenses,  Robertson,  R 

38  payments  $15  and  under 


Wages  April  1.  1911  to  M:.r.  31.  igf.. 

Blenkhorn,  H.,  teamster,  $462.40;  Blenkhorn,  Wm.,  gardener.  S570.S0 

Coates,  Thos.,  foreman,  $720;  Donaldson,  Robt.,  herdsman,  $720 

Donaldson,  R.  B.,  laborer,  $161.70;  Langille,  .1.,  laborer,  $171.20 

Quemby,  Jno.,  laborer,  $243.60;  Richardson,  .Tos.,  laborer,  $318.36 

Richardson,  Luther,  teamster,  $471.20;  Richardson,  Leander,  laborer,  $71.40 

Ripley.  Morley,  laborer,  $92.40;  Rilev,  Robt.,  laborer,  $41.44 

Ripley,  R..  laborer,  $50.40;  Stewart,  C,  laborer,  $36.40;  Sutton,  J.,  laborer,  $269.64., 
Sutton,  Stanlev,  laliorcr,  $497;  St.  Peters,  Chas.,  laborer,  .$26.25 


Less— Proceeds  of  sales  of  cattle,  78,820  lbs.  at  $5.85  per  ewt.,  2,200  lbs.  at  4Jc.,  1  beef  animal 
$35 


Branch  E.\perunental  Farm,  Brandon,  Man. 


McKillican,  W.  C  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Carter,  Arthur,  foreman  asst..   April  1  to  Nov.  2,  1911 

Campbell,  Allan,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Brandon  Harness  Co.:  harness,  1  set,  $30;  1  set  less  collar,  $25.50;  1  pr.  collars,  $7.50;  halter 
shanks.  7  pr.,  $3.25;  hames,  1  pr.,  $2.50;  brushes,  \  doz.,  $3;  whips,  2,  $2.50;  sundry  har- 
ness and  repairs,  $68.15 

Brown  and  Mitchell:  gasoline,  724  galls,  at  28c.;  boiled  oil,  15  galls,  $23.25,;  engine  oil,  21  galls. 
$18;  white  lead,  150  lb..  $12.75;  wrapping  paper,  144  lb..  $13.95;  1  stove,  $25;  hose,  200  ft 
$30;  forks,  10,  $12.05;  nails,  1  keg,  $3.55;  twine,  12  balls,  $3.50;  galv.  pails,  6,  $3.60;  tur- 
pentine, 2  gall.,  $3.20;  1  plane,  $3;  1  ripsaw,  $2.25;  spades,  2,  $2;  sundry  hardware  supplies 


$146.02. 


Cairnhill,  Syndicate,  services  of  stallion 

C.P.Ry.  Co.,  freight  charges,  $215.14;  Chapman,  .J.  A.,  sheep.,  100  at  $5.75 

Carrick,  Jas.,  1  set  rubber  tires,  $24;  sundry  blaeksmitliing,  &c.,  $57.37 

Cockshutt  Plow  Co:  1  eomb-packer,  SlOO;  1  cultivator,  $70;  .sundry,  $10.45 

Coxe  and  Robinson,  V.S.,  service?  and  medicine,  .$.33;  Dom.  Express  Co.,  expressage  $56.28. 

Douglas,  A.  C,  feed  for  horses  Mar.  5  to  Nov.  29,  1911 

Hardaker,  A.  E.:  63newshoes  and  81  set,  $53.65;  wliippletrees,  3  set,  $14.50;  1  wagon  pole  and 

cross  bar,  $4.50;  sundry  blacksmithing,  and  repairs,  $61.95 

Inglis,  Jno.  &  Co.:  1  wagon,  $115;  1  lawn  mower,  $14;  .sundry  supplies,  $15.90 

International  Harvester  Co.,  sundry  lumber  and  hardware  supplies 

Man.  Govt.  Telephones,  exchange  service  12  m.  to  May  31,  1912,  $57,  messages,  $2.30 

Man.  Linseed  Oil  Mills,  linseed  oil  cake  1  ton 

Man.  Sheep  Breeders  Assn.,  sheep,  6  at  $7,  6  at  $6. .50.  6  at  $6.25 

Millar,  Jno.  G.,  R.apid  City,  21  steers,  22,11.S  lb.  at  4Jc 

Muneev  &  King:  painting  buggy,  $14;  .sundry  repairs,  $3.25 

McDiarmid  and  Clark,  stakes,  2,285,  $96.73;  lumber,  576  ft.  at  $34;  288  ft  at  $32;  280  ft.  at 

$22. ,50;  sundry  lumber  supplies,  &c.,  $17 

McLeod  and  Hanley:  1  harrow,  $40;  Nelles,  L.,  1  driving  horse,  $275 

Patmorc  Nursery  Co.:  seed  grass,  20  lb.,  $5.70;  clover,  25  lb.,  $5. ,50;  sweet  peas,  12  oz.,  $4.35; 

sundry  nursery  supplies,  $24.10 


Carried  forward.. 


%    cts. 
4,118  29 


143  00 
15  40 

791  00 

81  40 
39  21 

181  19 
2,196  50 

82  2S 
56-91 
37  43 

37  05 

15  50 

65  66 

403  35 

172  29 


1,033  20 
1,440  00 
632  90 
561  96 
542  60 
133  S4 
356  44 
523  25 


13,660  65 
4,750  47 


8,910  18 


2,000  00 
520  00 
700  00 


142  40 


504  84 

20  00 

790  14 

81  37 

l.SO  45 

S9  28 

53  75 

134  60 

144  90 

19  51 

59  30 

33  00 

IIS  50 

940  00 

17  25 

148  83 

315  00 

39  65 

7,052  77 


AGRIClLTlIiE  DEPARTMENT:  KXPICyUlTVItE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 23 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Brandon,  Man. — Concluded. 

Brought  forward 

Postmaster.  Brandon:  postage.  $177.86;  rent  of  P.O.  bos  12  m.  to  Mar.  .31,  1912,  $8 

S.-aers  Bros.:  bulbs,  <tc..  $22.34:  Smith.  E.  D.,  .sundry  nursery  stock,  $.38.28 

Steele,  Briggs  ,Sced  Co.:  seed,  clover,   ISO  lb.  at  20c..  timotliy  70  lb.  at   14  c,  rye  grass,  135 

lb.  at  13c.,  corn,  5  bu.  at  S2.20.  bags,  8,  $1.90:   .sundry  seeds,  SI. 95 

Trotter's  Horse  Exchange.  1  bay  mare.  5  years  old.  l.GUO  lb 

Waldron.  .\.:  digging  well.  7  ft..  $7,  digging  drain.  &c.,  $19.25 

Warden  Kingston  Penitentiary,  binder  twine.  600  lb.  at  8c 

Travelling  expenses:  Grisdale.  F.  S..  $50.45;  McKillican,  W.  C,  $313.55. 

Kings'  Printer's  .Account,  printing,  $100.90;  Stationery  Office,  $83.96 

4 1  payments,  $15  and  under 

Wages.  April.  1911  to  March  SI,  WIS. 

Agncw.  J.,  laborer.  S11.55;  Bagshaw,  S.,  labourer.  $83.25;  Baird,  W.  K.,  labourer,  $16.20... 

Brown,  Chas.,  labourer,  $104  62:  Bullard,  H.,  labourer,  $391.78 

Ca.<san,  R.,  teamster  and  team,  $38;  Christensen,  C,  labourer,  $216.06 

Colin,  A.,  labourer,  $3;  Cooper,  J.  H.,  labourer.  $.301.55;  Everett,  R.,  labourer,  $51.50 

Ferrier,  K.,  labourer.  $32.50;  Gallacher,  P.,  labourer,  .$44.88 

Goodman,  E.  A.,  hibourer.  $13.47;  Goodman,  R.,  labourer,  $94.93 

Hange.  M.,  labourer.  $85.86;  Hannent.  E.,  labourer,  $293.01 

Havcraft.  .1.  labourer.  $40.80;  Jackson.  D.,  labourer,  S7.20 

Kirkne.ss.  J.,  labourer.  $20;  Mann.  A.,  labourer,  $2.15;  Moore,  Geo.,  teamster  $.55.99 

Jlorris.  F.,  labourer,  $297.74:  Myron.  Jas..  teamster,  $233.37;  McCrea,  A.  C,  foreman,  $785 

Melnerney,  F.,  teamster,  $649.16:  McKillican,  W.  E..  labourer.  $8.60 

McWhirtcr,  C,  labourer,  S2.15:  Nesbitt,  Hugh,  teamster.  $437.93 

Kessbit,  P.,  teamster.  $564.04;  Ronayne.  P.,  labourer,  $632.96 

Rudd.  J.,  labourer,  $76.93;  Spence,  J.,  teamster,  $645.37;  Street,  A.,  labourer,  83.25 

Stoddart.  G.,  labourer,  $172.81;  Swain,  C,  labourer,  $172.60 

Thornton.  Jas.,  stockman,  $685;  Tredgett,  R.  G..  gardner.  $378 

Les.s;  Proceeds  of  sales  of  cattle,  25,370  lb.  at  $0.30  per  owt.,  1  heifer,  $72;  1  steer,  $38 


Branch  Eiperlmental  Farm,  Indian  Head,  Sask. 

McKay,  Angus,  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,1912 

Thomson,  W.  W.,  asst.  supt.,  Apr.  1  to  30,  May  7  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Lang,  Geo.,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

B-adenoch,  .V.:  horse  blankets,  8  at  S3. 50;  4  at  $3.25,  stall  collars,  5  $9.25,  halters,  3,  $5; 
sundry  harness  repairs  and  supplies,  $.54.50 

C.  P.  Ry.  Co.,  freight  charges,  S123.71;  Dom.  E.xpress  Co.,  expressage,  877.71 

Cockshutt  Plow  Co.:  1  gang  plow,  7  furrow,  $626,  less  7  stuble  bottoms  rit.,  $126 

Conn,  Jas.:  lumber,  1,276  ft.,  -S36.53;  rent  of  lumber.  6,324  feet.  $19 

Davidson,  G.  S.,  Co.:  tea,  45  lb.  at  50c.,  sugar,  200  1b.  at  6}c 

Fleury,  E.  M.:  1  set  harness,  $40;  1  straw  collar,  $5  25;  facing  2  collars,  $3;hames,  2pr.,  $4;  Iset 
lines  and  snaps,  .$4. .50;  sundry  harness  supplies.  &c.,  $27.3.^. 

Fleury,  H.:  1  set  lines,  $2.50;  sundry  harness  repairs  and  supplies,  $21.45 

Ford.  Jno.:  hay  and  oats  for  horses  while  in  livery  stable  at  30c.  per  Iced 

Fra.ser,  A.  M.  &  Co.:  labour  on  Regina  Exhibit.  53  h.,  $28.80;  sundry,  $1.75 

Halliday  &  Carlisle:  turkey  red,  841  .vds.  at  15c.;  ribbon,  101  yds.  at  5c.;  salt,  2  brl.,  $6; 
sundry  supplies,  $4.92,  less  discount,  45c 

Hunt  &  Dick.son:  1  binder,  8160;  1  drill,  $125;  1  packer,  $102;  1  rake,  $70:  1  hay  tedder,  $54;  1 
farming  mill  and  bagger,  $44;  1  wheelbarrow,  $5.50;  sundrj',  $130.45 

Imperial  Oil  Co.:  gasoline.  42.6  galls,  at  24ic.;  332.9  gal.  at  22Je.;  1,262.1  gal.  at  21Jc.;  1  gaso- 
line tank,  2.50  gal.,  S16..50 

Indian  Head  Town,  water  rates  15  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1912 

Lang,  W.  D.:  seed  oats,  60  bush.,  at  60c.;  MacKay.  D.  G.,  feed  oats,  163}  bush,  at  32c 

Mae\icar.  E.  L..  &  Co.:  1  pulverizer,  $114;  1  plow,  8-30;  sundry,  $6.10 

Peltier.  C:  maple  seed.  28f  bags  at  $1.50;  ash  seed,  6J  bags  at  $1.50 

Postmaster,  Indian  Head,  P.O.:  box  rent.  $4;  postage,  $574.61 

Pratt  Hardware  Co.:  grain  sacks,  7.55.  $134.79;  1  endless  belt.  100  ft.,  $37.75;  stable  brooms 
9.  $7.80,  1  clipper,  $9.50;  paint,  1}  gal..  $4.00;  coal  oil,  17  gal.,  $5.95;  formaldehyde,  15  lb., 
$3;  1  horse  blanket,  $4;  forks,  8,  810.75;  shovels,  3,  $3;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $65.45. 

Richards,  H.,  V..S. :  medicine  and  visits,  $16.50;  Ross,  N.  M.,  oats,  100  bush,  at  55c 

Sa.skatchewan  Govt,  telephone  exchange  service:  12  m.  $28;  messages,  $14.60 

Sharp,  W.  H.  H.:  1  disc  plow  and  engine,  $575;  sundry  implements  and  repairs,  $24.15 

.Shelffird  A-  Fleming:  new  shoes.  59  at  50c. ;  shoes  set,  119  at  25c.:  sharpening  harrow  teeth,  205, 
$10.25;  sundry  blacksmithing,  $56.40 

Sherwood,  A.  \V.:  lumber,  637  ft.  at  $28  m.,  586  ft.  at  4c.;  sundry  lumber,  $3. .50 

Carried  forward 


$    cts. 

7,052  77 

185  86 
60  62 

78  20 

375  00 

26  25 

48  00 

304  00 

184  86 

186  20 


111  00 

496  40 
2.54  66 
416  05 

77  38 
108  40 
378  87 

48  00 

78  14 
1,316  II 

657  76 
440  08 

1,197  00 
725  55 
345  41 

1,063  00 


16,275  57 
1,708  30 


14,567  27 


2,100  00 
9,80  56 
800  00 

109  75 

201  42 

500  00 

55  53 

35  00 

84  10 
23  95 
33  60 
30  55 

28  17 

690  95 


377  11 

208  72 

88  .-12 

1.50  10 

.52.50 

578  61 

286  59 

71  50 

42  60 

599  15 

125  90 

44  77 

8,299  45 


C— 24 


AUDITOR  GENEKAVS  REPORT,  J01I-19J2 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


liranch  Experimental  Farm,  Indian  Head,  Sask.— Concluded. 


Brought  forward . 


Simmons,  A.  H.,  labour  erecting  booths,  &c.,  33J  h.  at  50c.;  1  wagon  pole,  $3.50;  whippletrees 

Sat  60c.;  sundry  outlay,  $21.85 

Smart  Bag  Co.,  bags,  1,154.  $27.99:  Smith,  E.  D.,  nursery  supplies,  $26.35 

Steele,  Briggs  Seed  Co.:  seed,  clover,  50  lb.  at  27Jc.;  50  lb.  at  27c.:  .501b.  at  25^c.;  75  lb.  at  22c. 

blue  grass,  110  lb.,  ?30.20:  flax,  3  bush.,  S10.50;  corn,  4  bush.,  $9.70;  1  cultivator  and  harrow, 

$11.50;  sundry  seeds  and  supplies,  $19.05 

Stewart,  Jno.:  stakes,  3,110,  SI04.90:  sundry  lumber  supplies,  $29 

Storey,  N.  D.:  paint,  10/  gal.,  $35.90;  coal  oil,  11  gal.,  $4.40,  engine  oil,  5  gal.,  $3.75;  machine 

oil,  5  gal.  $2.50:  gasoline,  5  gal.  $2.;  turpentine,  1  gal.,  $2;  hose,  100  ft.  and  fixtures,  $18.75; 

1  steel  tape,  100  ft..  $10;  paper,  296  lb.,  $29.00;  bags,  14S,  $25:  stable  brooms,  13,  $11.50; 

1  brass  stencil,  $7.50;  binder  whips,  2,  $2;  pails,  4,  $2.70:  garden  forks,  2,  $2.40;  sundry 

hardware  supplies,  $58.80 

Strain,  R.  &  Co.:  1  kodak,  $25;  1  tripod,  $3.75;  1  carrying  case,  $1.50 

Warden  Kingston  Penitentiary,  binder  twine,  500  lb.  at  8c 

Williamson,  Jos.,  15  steers  for  feeding  experiments,  14.795  lb.  at  45C ,  

Wilson,  Wm.:  bran,  2.65  tons  at  .$24;  1  sack,  $1.15;  shorts,  13  sacks  at  $1.25;  choppmg,  15,180 

lb.,  $15.17;  sundry  feeds,  $39.20 

Wyer,  H.,  100  wether  lambs  for  feeding  experiments  at  $5.25 

King's  Printer's  account:  printing,  S53.74;  Stationery  Office,  $39.95 

Registration  fees,  Ottawa  Live  Stock  Records 

Travelling  expenses:  MacKay,  Angus,  $213.28;  Thomson,  W.  W.,  $99.45 

26  payments,  $15  and  under.. 


Wages,  April  I,  1911  to  March  SI,  191S. 


Baerwald,  E.,  teamster,  $364.65;  Baylis,  Jno.,  labourer,  $158.84 

Blyth,  J.,  labourer,  $41.30;  Blyth,  S.,  labourer,  $111.99;  Burr,  G.,  labourer,  $8.40 

Bowman,  Wm.,  labourer,  $317.05;  Carrington,  W.,  labourer,  $32.37 

Cullen,  W.  F.,  labourer,  $5.60;  Doneley,  W.,  labourer,  $22.40 

Goldsmith,  B.,  gardener,  $652.48;  Griffin,  W.  G.,  cattleman,  $108.15 

Hallett,  Mrs.,  picking  seed,  $69.65:  Howden,  W.,  teamster,  $30.80.. 

Hughes,  N.,  teamster,  $99.90:  Johnson,  Chas.,  labourer,  $129.97 

Johnston,  G.  W.,  labourer,  $110.20;  Johnston,  Wm.,  teamster,  $180.25 

Kerr,  M.,  stableman,  $588.67;  Laird,  Jno.,  labourer,  $134.75 

Laity,  G.  H.,  labourer,  $198.67;  Moodv,  J.,  labourer,  $110.95;  Moses,  P.,  labourer,  $48.10... 

Nott,  Mrs.,  picking  seed,  $26.60;  Paget,  E.  A.,  gardener.  $484.25 

Pay,  J.,  labourer,  $29.00;  Ritchie,  A.,  labourer,  $53.55;  Robin,  D.  C,  labourer,  $355.34 

Smith,  Chas.,  teamster,  $19.95;  Smith,  N.,  labourer,  $68.44 

Sinclair,  H.,  teamster,  $48;  Tatton,  Wm.,  labourer,  $11.10 

Tatton,  v.,  labourer,  $43.47;  Thompson,  I.,  teamster,  $99.90 

Taylor,  Thos.,  teamster,  $172.60:  Toms,  A.,  cattleman,  $665.37;  Toms,  E.,  labourer,  $8.40.. 

Toms,  J.,  labourer,  $6.30;  Waddell,  Jno.,  foreman,  $792 

Watkins,  J.  H.,  labourer,  $92.75;  Williams,  Hy.,  teamster,  $287.60 


Less:  Proceeds  of  sales  of  cattle,  15,841  lb.  at  5-Jc.,  22,738  lb.  at  4Jc.,  1,180  lb.  at  3^c.,  1,440  lb 
at  35c 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Agassiz,  B.C. 

Moore,  P.  H.,  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1912  at  $125 

B.  C.  Telephone  Co.:  rent  of  telephone,  13  m.  to  Apr.  30,  1912,  $26;  messages  ,$4.05 

Brown  and  Jamison  Co.:  1  ensilage  cutter,  $165;  1  farm  ti-uck,  $85;  rubber  belt,  70  ft.,  $32.76; 

iron  pully,  ?4.35:  freight  charges.  $10.31;  sundry,  $1.80 

C.  P.  Ry.  Co.,  freight  charges,  .$727.51;  Dom.  Express  Co.,  expressage  $37.45 

Catherwood,  J.  A.:  bee  hives,  25,  $50.65;  brood  foundation,  30  lb..  S20;  sundry.  $4.20 

Champion  and  White:  1  steel  tape,  $7;  copper  sulphate,  40  lb.,  $4.80;  sundry  ,$3.50 

Harding,  R.  H.,  1  ram,  $30;  Hinton  Electric  Co.,  1  gasoline  engine,  $1,409 

Horwell,  A.:  1  gang  plow,  $39;  1  harrow,  $27.50:  1  hay  carrier,  cable  hoist,  $8;  cable  for  hay 

fork,  250  ft.,  $15;  cable  blocks,  3,  $3.75:  steel  tires,  4,  $10;  wagon  wheel  spokes,  24,  $9;"l 
wagon  tongue,  $5.50;  new  shoes,  51  at  50c.;  shoes  set,  106  at  25c.;  freight,  $11.67;  sundry 
blacksmithing  and  supplies,  $134.58 , 

Inkman,  C:  shorts,  11  sacks  at  $1.60;  5  sacks  at  $1.45;  bran,  5  sacks  at  $1.50;  batteries,  18 
doz.,  $9;  coal  oil,  2  cases,  $7;  shovels,  2,  $2;  garden  hoes,  3,  $1.95;  nails,  32  lb.,  $1.60;  machine 
oil,  2  gal.,  $1..50;  sundry  supplies,  $28.60 •,.... 

Ling,  S.,  1  b.arred  rock  cockerel  and  10  pullets 

Manhard,  G.  H.:  cows,  28  at  $75;  1  bull,  $100;  cow  halters,  28,  $7;  hay,  3.4Stons,  $53.87;  bran 
i  ton,  $12;  ground  oats,  500  !b.,  .$7.50:  straw,  1,.S06  lb.,  $4.57;  blankets,  3,  $7.20;  freight, 
$5.79;  sundry  labour  and  supplies,  S41.6S 

Carried  forward 


$    cts. 
8,299  45 


45  10 
54  34 


137  32 
133  90 


218  80 
30  25 
40  00 

665  77 

135  37 
525  00 
93  69 
19  50 
312  73 
128  44 


523  49 
161  69 
349  42 
28  00 
760  63 
100  45 
229  87 
290  45 
723  42 
357  72 
510  85 
438  49 
88  39 
59  10 
143  37 
846  37 
798  30 
380  35 


17,630  02 
2,039  40 


15,590  62 


1,500  00 
30  05 

299  22 

764  96 

74  85 

15  30 

1,439  00 


310  00 


84  00 
25  00 


2,339  61 


6,887  99 


I  • 

i 


AGIilCVLTlRE  DEPARrMKyT:  EXPEyOirVlUa 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 25 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Agassiz,  B.C.— Concluded. 
Brought  forward 


Office  Specialty  Mfg.  Co.:  1  vertical  cabinet,  $32.75.  1  card  cabinet,  $5.15;  1  no.  400  pr.  of 
ends  ,$10.35:  folders,  70O.  $8.05:  sundry  office  supplies.  $13.05 

Postmaster,  Agassiz,  P.O.  box  rent.  $4:  postage  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1912,  $528.48 

Prior,  E.  G,  &  Co.:  1  farm  truck,  SS5:  I  hay  rake,  ^5:  1  double  box;  1  spring  se.it,  $25;  : 
pulper,  $20;  1  pea  harvester,  $18;  1  sheaf  carrier,  $6,50;  1  pully,  $6.25;  1  hay  knife,  $1 
sundrv  outlay,  $4-20 

Rennie,  \Vm.  Co.:  clover,  101b.  at  42c.;  10  Jb.  at  26c.;  3001b.  at  25c.;  orchard  grass,  180  lb.  at 
18c.;  rye  grass,  ISO  lb.  at  12c.;  corn,  ,560  lb.,  $30.80,  mangel,  40  lb.,  $7,75;  frame  hives,  20 
at  $1.85;  200  frames,  $8:  brood  foundation,  13  lb.,  $9.75;  1  honey  extractor,  $9:  beef  scraps 
300  lbs.,  $13.50;  clam  shells.  200  lb.,  S3:  bags,  7,  $2.10;  sundry  supplies,  $6.80 

Segers  Bros.:  tulips,  1900,  $15.,S2:  sundry  bulbs  and  flower  roots,  $5,02 

Sharpe,  Geo.  P.,  survey  of  .Agi-ssiz  farm  and  3  maps  of  same 

Rmart  Bag  Co.,  bags,  1,300,  $30,66;  Wilson,  J,  J.,  poultry,  white  leghorns,  11,  $50 

Vancouver  Carriage  &  Implement  Co.:  1  hill  and  drill  seeder,  $1,5;  2  wheelbarrows,  $14;  1 
lawn  mower,  $S,75;  crates,  3  doz,,  $5,40;  sundry  supplies,  S13.95 

Victoria  Chemical  Co,:  superphosphate  of  lime,  1,000  lb.,  $16;  nitrate  of  soda,  500  lb.,  $17; 
sulphate  of  potash,  300  lb.,  $9.75 ' 

Webster  Bros, :  shorts,  70  sacks,  S106. 50;  bran,  67  sacks,  $97.50;  middlings,  12  sacks,  $15:25 
giit,  200  lb.  $4.25;  flour,  5  sacks,  $5.65;  sugar,  200  lb.,  $14.25;  clover,  25  lb.,  $6.25;  gasoline, 
228}  gal.,  $68,50;  2  cases.  $6,80;  coal  oil  c;i.ses,  -520.40;  clippers,  1  set,  $12;  shovels,  9,  $9; 
forks,  6,  $6:  hoes,  3,  $1.80;  gloves,  12  pr.,  $10.50;  sacks,  50,  $3.50;  pails,  3,  $2.25,  rope,  10  lb. 
$2;  sundry  hardw.ire  and  supplies,  $91,15 

Webster,  Hanna  Co.:  1  Undenvood  typewriter.  $125,87:  1  box  carbon,  $3,50 

King's  Printer's  account:  printing.  S57.82;  Stationery  Office,  $34,84 

Registration  fees:  Ottawa  Live  .Stock  Records,  $22,50;  petty  expenses,  S46,.50 

Travelling  expenses:  Grisdale,  J.  H.,  $5.98;  Moore,  P.  H.,  $498.30;  Parks,  \V.  A.,  $86.55 
Sharpe,  T.  A.,  $6.80 

16  payments,  $15  and  under 

Advance  to  P.  H.  Moore,  to  be  accounted  for  in  1912-13  Ch.  No.  2327 


Wages,  April  1,  191  J,  to  Mar.  SI,  1912. 

Anderson,  Geo.,  laborer,  $1,58  90:  Del.aughey,  Jno.,  laborer,  $7.60 

Doyle,  A.,  laborer,  $48;  Fields,  G..  laborer,  $52;  Harris,  W.  G.,  laborer,  $303.75 

Hart,  W.,  laborer,  $57  95;  Heifer,  F.  L.,  laborer,  $19.90;  Hill,  J.,  laborer,  $52 

Hestad,  S,  G,,  cattleman,  $18;  Hicks,  I.  J.,  teamster,  $112.55 

Holmes,  C.  F.,  laborer,  840;  Johnston,  Wm.,  teamster,  $103.05 

Keegan,  H.  L.,  laborer,  $707.90;  Kent,  C.  H.,  laborer,  $3.61;  Kerr.  H.,  teamster,  $212.46..., 

Leach,  .1.,  cattleman,  $32;  LeGuillant,  P.,  laborer,  $74.50 

Marshall,  Chs,,  gardener,  $300,30;  .Mourse,  C.  B.,  laborer,  $18 

Munroe,  M.,  teamster,  $11.75:  McKay,  Alex,,  foreman,  %^\i^ 

McKay,  D.,  teamster,  $580. .55:  McKay.  Reginald:  mail  carrier.  $60;  laborer,  $35 

McLean,  .\ndrcw.  laborer,  $286.70:  .McLean,  Robt..  laborer,  $179.45 

McRae,  D.  R..  teamster,  $290.28;   NClson,  F.,  laborer,  S,'!74;  Ostle,  J.,  laborer,  $128.35 

Parks,  W.  A.,  laborer,  $257.80;  Phillips,  F.,  laborer,  $9;  Pollock,  A.,  laborer,  $129.80 

Pollock,  Wm..  laborer,  $183,55;  Ranchoux,  A,,  laborer,  $2.36.30 

Richmond,  D.,  laborer,  $71;  Robertson,  Grace,  dairy  maid,  $234 

Ruddle,  J,  S,,  laborer,  $118,20:  Rutledge,  W,,  laborer,  $4;  Roy,  N.  B.,  laborer,  $485 

Rye,  H.,  laborer,  $250;  Sharkey,  D.,  laborer,  $9;  Simp.-on.  G.,  Laborer,  $1,39.50 

Smith,  Chs.,  stableman,  S250,J0:  Smith,  W,,  laborer,  $17,23;  Stairs,  K,,  laborer,  $164,60,,, 

Spaltcholz,  G.  W.,  laborer,  $102.50;  Taible,  A.  L.,  laborer,  $3.61 

Todd,  A.,  gardener,  $293;  Wcarne,  H.,  teamster,  $102.78;  Woodman,  V.,  laborer,  $14.25 

Less— Proceeds  of  sales  of  cattle,  5,345  lbs.  at  5c.;  20  cattle  at  $50 

Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Lacombe,  Alta. 

Button,  G.  H.,  superintendent,  2  m.  at  $150,  10  m.  to  Mar  31,  1912  at  $175;  travelling  ex- 
pcn.ses,  $337.84 , 

Adair,  Jno.,  hay,  15-851  tons  at  $8;  Allan,  A.  N.,  pasturing  20  cattle  2  m.,  $20 

Alberta  Govt.:  telephone,  exchange  service,  12  m.,  .Vug.  3,  1912,  $38;  messages,  $17 

Bagley ,  K.,  steers,  2  at  $45,  6  at  $.35,  2  at  $33.50;  Bailey,  B.  F.,  cow,  $35 

Barbier  &  Co.,  sundrj-  nursery  supplies,  $70;  Cameron,  B.  S.,  sundry  photos,  $18.90 

Brown,  H.  L.,  sub-surface  packer,  $125;  sundry  repairs  and  supplies,  $13.20 

Campbell,  A.  M.:  stove,  $11;  gasoline,  74-5  gals,,  $23,90;  gas  engine  oil,  5  gals,  at  $1;  peas,  4 
bush,,  $13;  alfalfa,  3011).  at  30c.;  sundrj-  seed  and  hardware  supplies,  $89.91 '. 

Chequin,  J.,  atrawberrj'  plants,  $15;  Collins  &  Nelson  Land  Co.,  1  mare,  $375 

Day,  H.  A.,  1  team  mares,  $650;  Elliott,  W.  L.,  sundry  harness  supplies,  $46.95 

Carried  forward 


$    cts. 

6,887  99 


69  35 
532  48 


210  95 


263  50 

20  S4 
125  00 
80  66 

57  10 

42  75 


483  55 

129  37 

92  66 

69  00 

597  63 

82  75 

300  00 

166  50 

403  75 

159  85 

130  55 

143  05 

923  97 

106  50 

318  30 

906  75 

675  55 

466  15 

792  63 

396  60 

419  85 

305  00 

607  20 

398  50 

432  23 

100  11 

410  03 

18,314  65 

1,267  25 

17,047  40 

2,387  84 

146  SO 

55  00 

402  00 

88  90 

138  20 

151  81 

390  00 

690  95 

4,457  50 


C— 26 


AUDITOR  (li:\F,RAL'S  REPORT,  i:Ht-19J2 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Lacombe,  Alta. — Concluded. 

Brought  forward 

Gilmour,  A.,  difference  in  value  between  2  steers  and  2  heifers  exchanged 

Gourlav,  Jas.,  sundry  hardware,  S21.65:  Greey,  W.  &  J.  G.,  1  quart  grain  tester,  S19 

Harrington,  J.  B.,  V'.S.,  services,  S17.50;  Imperial  Oil  Co.,  gasoline,  $33.50 

Kingston  Penitentiary,  twine,  200  lbs.,  S16;  Ledingham,  A.  M.,  hay  1-83  tons  at  SIO;  insur- 
ance on  mares.  3  at  S12 

Lacombe  Agricultural  Societv,  lease  of  grounds  for  season  of  1911 

McClcllan,  L.  K.:  6  steers,  6,426  lbs.  at  4;c.,  2,  1,7S4  lbs.  at  4c.;  2  cows,  1,820  lbs.  at  3Jc 

McN'a!),  ,lno.,  sundry  blacksmithing  repairs  and  supplies 

Morrison  &  Johnston,  1  combination  packer,  SI 20;  1,  27-42  A.  &  T.  separator,  SI. 125;  belting, 
?G2;  1  portable  gasoline  engine,  SI, 201,  less  old  one,  $250;  sundry  supplies,  S18.. 53 

Patmore  Nursery  Co.,  100  elm,  $20;  Potter  Mar-shall  &  Co.,  sundry  seed,  $28.50 

Segert  Bros.,  sundry  bulbs.  S20.S4;  Smith.  E.  D.,  1  box  seeds,  $24.50 

Stewart  A.  S.,  surveying  area  between  trail  and  railroad 

Talbot,  P.  R.,  V.  S.,  services  and  supplies,  $24.50;  Tees,  W.  E.,  1  draft  mare,  $300 

Urquhart,  A.,  &  Co.;  65  lbs.  alfalfa 

Vickers-Murphv  Lumber  &  Coal  Co..  sundry  lumber  supplies  for  stakes 

Telegrams,  86.25;  express  charges,  SllS.OS;  freight,  $85;  postage,  $179.78;  P.O.  drawer,  $4 
newspapers  and  periodicals,  S9.02 

King's  Printer:  $38.20,  stationery,  $11.86.  Accounts  under  $15  (241,  .?112.77 

M'ages,  April  l,19ll,lo  Mar.  SI.  1912. 

Alexander,  H.,  teamster,  S19;  Broomficld,  F.,  laborer,  $28 

Barker,  A.,  laborer,  $205.35:  Brooke,  S.,  gardener,  $345.17 

Dow,  N.  D.,  teamster,  .$3.56. 21;  Edmunds,  S.,  foreman.  $815 

Gilbert,  \Vm.,  laborer,  $20.25;  Horn,  .Ino.,  laborer.  .5276.97 

James,  Wm.,  laborer,  S5.06;  Long,  L.  C,  clerk,  $640;  Longmicr,  F.,  laborer,  $9.25 

Longcmier,  T.,  teamster,  $10.25;  Mathieson,  L.,  teamster,  $315.35 

McEwcn,  David,  teamster,  $117.24;  Piche,  Ed.,  laborer,  $167.11 

Raynor,  Geo.,  laborer,  $73.28;  Robertson,  Wm.,  laborer,  $S5.58 

Renner,  Jno.,  teamster 

Less— Proceeds  of  sales  of  cattle,  52,891  lbs.  at  7c 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Lcthbridge,  Alta. 

Fairfield,  W.  H.,  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Grisdale,  F.  L.  S.,  supt.  asst.,  June  2,  1911  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Alberta  Clay  Products  Co.:  drain  tile,  1,000  ft.  at  3c.,  150  ft.  at  25c 

Alberta  Govt.  Telephones:  rent  of  phone,  12  m.  to  April  12,  1912,  882;  messages,  $21.70 

Alberta  Ry.  and  Irrigation  Co.:  water  rental,  1911,  $100;  sundry.  85c 

Barbier  <t  Co.,  nurserj'  supplies,  $25;  Brodie,  Jno.,  ice,  18  tons,  $18 

Bawden,  Bros.:  beds  and  springs,  2  each,  $15;  2  mattresses,  $8.50;  sundry  furniture,  $7.75... 
Bentley  Co.:  coal  oil,  9  cases  at  $4;  gasoline,  1  case,  $4;  candles,  8  boxes,  $8;   wrapping  paper,  2 

rolls,  $6.25;  timothy  seed,  25  lb.,  $4.25;  sundry  supplies,  $13.05 

Blunt,  G.  Y.:  painting  Wiigon,  $15;  sundry  outlay,  $1.90 

C.P.R.  Co.,  freight  charges,  $02.97;  Dom.  Express  Co.,  expressage,  S90.87 ._ 

Eaton,  A.  E.  and  Co.:  1  set  double  harness,  $48;    1  set  harness,  less  collar,   bridle  and  lines, 

$14;  2  set  lines,  $9.75;  2  blankets,  $6.50;  neck  straps.  2,  $5;  buggy  whips,  3,  $3.75;  rubber 

pads,  3,  $3;  rope,  161b.,  $2.40;  sundry  harness  and  repairs,  $49 

Fowler,  L.  H.  and  Co.:  new  shoes,  59,  $30.90;  shoes  set,  102,  $44.90;  1  axle,  $6;  setting  axle,  $2 

stakes  for  markers,  75,  $8.25;  sundry  blacksmithing,  &c.,  $.50.77 

Hick-Sehl  Hardware  Co.;  steel  tapes,  2,  $13;  engine  oil,  2gals.,  $2.20;  saws,  2atSl;  turpentine 

1  gal.,  $1.75;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $8.20 

Horn,  J.  A.,  1  horse,  $200;  Lawford,  W.  A.,  2  double  exhibition  boxes,  $19 

International  Harvester  Co.:  1  drill  frame  and  .attachments,  $110;  12  disc  plates,  $1.20;  ledger 

plafes,  6,  $1;  sundry  implements,  &e.,  $18.80 

Lethbricige  Ironworks  Co.,  sundry  repairs  and  supplies 

Leth  bridge  Sash  and  Door  Co.:  sashes  for  hot  bed,  15  at  $4.50;  lumber,  5,240  ft.,  $79.42;  laths, 

500,  $5;  sundry  labor  and  lumber  supplies,  $43.15 

Lethbridge-Weyburn  Realty  Co.,  1  pulverizer  and  sub-soil  packer,  $1 10;  sacks,  600,  $97.50;  bags, 

200,  $19.50,  1  wagon,  pole  complete  $12 

Massey-Harris  Co.:  6  set  trees,  $20;  neck  yokes,  4,  $5.50;  1  plow  share,  $4.50;  1  wagon  pole,  $3 

end  gates,  2,  $4;  sundry  implements  and  repairs,  $26.35 

McKen/.ie,  A.  E.  &  Co.:  clover,  60  lb.,  $16.35;  blue  grass.  40  lb.,  $13.20;  rye  grass,  50  lb. 

$8.50,  corn,  3S  bush.,  S9.9S;  bags,  7,  $1.75;  sundry  seed  supplies,  $1.21 

Carried  forward 


$    cts. 


4,457  50 

25  58 
40  65 
51  00 

70  32 

40  00 

408  16 

36  10 

2,276  53 
48  50 
45  34 
15  00 

324  50 
IS  20 

126  92 

402  13 
162  S3 

47  00 

550  52 

1,171  21 

297  22 

654  31 

325  60 

284  35 

158  86 

10  25 

12,048  58 

3,702  33 

8,346  25 

2,100  00 

830  56 

33  75 

103  70 

100  85 

43  00 

31  25 

71  55 

16  90 

153  84 

141  40 

14S  82 

27  15 

219  00 

131  00 

16  75 

195  07 

239  00 

63  35 

SO  99 

4,717  93 

AaillCVLTrRE  DFr.lUTVEXT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.   1 


C— 27 


Branrli  Experimental  Farm,  I.etli bridge,  Alta. — Concluded. 


Brought  forward 


AlacKcnzie,  T.  S.:  1  .straw-  cutter,  $128.70; !  root  pulper,  SI6.6.5;  1-3  see.  channel  harrow,  ?16.40; 
1  plow,  $18.90:  2  plow  shares,  SS:  harrow  seats,  2,  $3;  1  .set  cveners,  S8;  sundry  iiiipleinents 
.supplies.  $7.45 

Norman.  H.,  services,  12  d.  at  $2;  Patmore  Kunscry  Co.,  .Am.  elms.  250,  $50 

Pioneer  Lumber  Co.:  lumber,  3,512  ft.,  S69.44;  sundry  labor  and  lumber  supplies,  $12.31 

Postmaster.  Lethbridge:  postage,  $242.45:  3  kej-s,  SI. 50 

Roy  Electric  Co.:  dry  cells,  30 at  50c.:  fiction  tape,  14  rolls,  $5.60;  battery  connectors,  10,  $1. . . 

Saver-Massey  Co..  2  pulleys,  ?10..50:  Segers  Bros.,  sundry  bulbs,  $22.34 

Smart  Bag  Co.,  1,000  bags,  $25.75;  Suggitt.  H.  A.,  lambs,  250  at  S3 

Suggitt  &  Potts':  alfalfa  seed,  163  lbs.,  at  25c.:  1  .seamless  sack,  25e 

Stafford-Agnew  Co.:  white  lead,  300  lb..  $28:  boiled  oil,  10  gal.,  $17.50;  raw  oil,  5  gal.,  $S.75 
engine  oil,  3  gals..  $3.05,  harvesters  oil,  5  gals.,  $3.  rope,  83  lbs..  $12.45,  45  ft.,  $2.60,  turpen- 
pentine,  I  gal..  $1.75;  glass,  75  lights.  $5;  1  rifle,  22  eal.,  S17.,50;  lanterns,  5,  S6;  forks,  6,  SO; 
shovels,  3,  $4.50;  1  crosscut  saw,  $5.20;  1  wench,  $3-25;  spades,  2,  $2..50;  sundry  hardware 
supplies,  $90.35 

Western  Canada  Agency:  ga.soline,  184  gal..  $46.46:  sundry,  $3.95 

King's  Printer's  .\ect.:  printing,  $72.65:  Stationery  Office,  $113.21 

Travelling  expenses:  Fairfield,  \V.  H.,  $351.45;  Giffin,  Chs.,  $78.65 

45  payments,  $15  and  under 


Wages,  April  t,  1911,  to  March  SI,  1911. 

Bamott,  Chiis..  teamster,  $26;  Broekbank,  Wm.,  labourer.  $64 

Bruckman,  Wm.,  labourer,  $146.90;  Cresse  H.  gardener,  $21.12 

Cook.  .A.  B..  surveyor.  $51:  Davis.  F..  teamster,  $32.20 

Dickhout,  M.,  teamster,  $48.96;  Dickhout,  E..  teamster,  $26.52.. .. 

Drinkall,  Wm.,  labourer,  $H09.90;  Diekoft,  Ls.,  labourer,  .$2 

Eiscnhauer,  E.  E.,  clerk,  $629.04;  Field,  J.,  teamster,  $12.24 

Gall.  Walter,  teamster,  $135.26;  Giffin,  Chas..  engineer,  $377.51 

Graham,  .\ndrc\v,  teamster,  $116;  Green,  Frank,  labourer,  $31 

Gardiner,  D.,  teamster,  $22.20;  Hase,  Wm.,  teamster,  $12.24 

HoopiT,  Thos.,  team.ster,  $24.48;  HoUoby,  S.,  labourer.  $13.58 

Horr>-,  A.,  labourer,  $26;  Kennedy,  K.,  labourer,  $61.50 

LawTcnce,  Jos.,  teamster,  $167.44;" Lang,  P.  P..  labourer,  $102.84... 

Langford,  Roy.  labourer,  $2;  Lyons.  A.,  teamster,  $400.59 

JIatthews,  R..  labour.^r.  $22;  McMillan,  G.  D.,  foreman,  $780 

Norman,  H.  S.,  labourer,  S-'i3.50;  Olson,  N.,  labourer,  $1.75 

Orledge,  C,  labourer,  $144.08;  Owen,  Evan,  teamster.  $116.92 

Pinnell.  Ch.,  labourer,  $112.80;  Parker,  E.  J.,  gardener,  $26.50 

Pratt,  L.  B.,  labourer,  $133.60;  Reese,  M.,  teamster.  S98.40 

Seott,  Wm.,  labourer.  $165.35;  Scott,  H.,  gardener,  $208.20 

Shaver,  Ch.,  teamster,  $122.56;  Swart,  .7.  J.,  labourer,  $27.30 

Silficden,  A.,  teamster.  $242.16;  Smith,  Jno.,  labourer,  $3 

Smith,  Robt.,  labourer.  $492..57;  Stcedman,  F.,  labourer,  $212.28... 
Taylor,  Robt..  labourer,  $.30.72;  Thompson,  R..  labourer,  $240.38.. 

Turner,  L.,  teamster.  $45.92;  Webb,  E.,  labourer,  S7 

Whitehousc.  Thos..  $37.80;  Wilson,  A.,  labourer,  $13 


Branch  Eiprrimental  Farm,  Charlottetown,  P.E.I. 


Clark,  Jno.  \.,  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

.Savoic,  Narcisse,  clerk.  May  1  to  Sept.  19,  191 1 ,  at  $05 

Auld  Bros.:  nitrate  of  .soda,  200  lb.  at  3c.;  sundry  fertilizer  supplies,  $13.02 

Biatty  Bros.,  1  hay  fork  with  fixtures  complete 

Blaki-  Bros.,  1  pr.  steers.  $70;  Brown.  A.  F..  stamps,  $26.64 

Carter  &  Co.:  seed,  clover,  235  lb.,  $48.10;  timothy,  ISO  lb.,  825.20;  grass,  50  lb.,  $11;1  pt« 

outfit,  $7;  tracing  linen,  5  yd.,  $2;  sundry  seeds  and  supplies,  $13.42 

Carvell  Bros.:  sewage  pipe,  300  ft.  at  12c.;  sundry  supplies,  35c 

Charlottetown  Steam  Nav.  Co.,  freight,  $71.89;  Charlottetown  Water  Supply,  water  rates. 

$43.15 


,  $2.10; 


Clark.  J.  M.,  hire  of  cement  mixer  and  gasoline  engine  18}  d.  at  $2 

Crabbe,  S.  W.:  1  register  grate,  $14;  nails,  70  lb.  at  3c.;  1  horse  rug,  $3;  sash  cord,  6  lb 

hinges,  17  pr.,  $3.08;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $26.18 

Doull.  W.  P..  elec.  wiring  and  fittings  Expl.  farm  cottage  and  barn 

Vuchemin,  A.  &  Co.:  plaster,  31  brl.  at  $1.85;  lumber,  2,.573  ft.  at  35e.;  finish,  800  ft.,  $20; 
spouting,  124  ft.  at  7e.;  strapping.  1.800  ft..  $8.10;  moulding.  .500  ft.,  $8;  veranda  posts,  4, 
$6;  windows  glazed,  &r.,  II,  .<43..S5;  mullion  windows.  4,  $36;  oul.side  B,a.shes,  20,  $54.60; 
doors.  20,  $.52.75:  2  doors  and  frames,  $10. .50:  door  jambs j  20.  S12:  whitewood,  200  ft..  $24; 
lime,  3  ca-sks,  $6.30;  turned  block.s,  110,  S-J.64;  shingles.  IJ  m.,  $5.25;  sundry  lumber  and 
supplies,  $1 15.50 


Carried  forward. 


$  ets. 

4,717  93 

207  10 

74  00 

81  75 

243  95 

21  60 

38  84 

775  75 

41  00 

217  40 

SO  41 

185  86 

430  10 

224  00 

90  00 

ms  02 

83  20 

75  48 

411  90 

641  28 

512  77 

147  00 

34  44 

38  06 

87  50 

270  28 

402  59 

802  00 

35  25 

261  00 

139  30 

232  00 

373  55 

149  86 

245  16 

704  85 

271  10 

52  92 

50  80 

13,590  00 


1,400  00 

.300  12 

19  02 

30  40 

96  64 

106  72 

36  35 

115  04 

37  00 

50  44 

107  75 


563  71 


2,86  19 


C— 28 


AUDITOR  VESERAVS  REPORT,  JUll-IOli 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Charlottetown,  P.E.I.— Concluded. 


Brought  forward. 


P. 

P. 


Elmsdale  Brick  &  Tile  Co.,  ElmsdaJe,  N.S.,  drain  tiles,  6,800  feet 

Gallant.  J.  A.:  new  shoes,  104  at  25c.;  sundry  blaeksmithing,  S40.05 

Goold.  Shapley  &  Muir  Co..  1  pa.'^oline  engine,  complete 

Lowe,  H.  &  S.:  labour  on  buildings,  foreman,  119-5  d.  at  $4;  plasterers  and  masons,  41  d.  at  S3 
carpenters,  741-8S  d.  at  S2.2o;  conereters,  252-2  d.  at  $1.75;  painters,  56-1  d.  at  $2.50 
sand,  72  tons  at  $1.20;  window  frames  and  sashes,  13  at  $3.50,  12  at  $2.05,  4  at  $2.50 
birch  flooring,  1,100  ft.,  $55;  sundry  supplies,  $16.70 

Macdonald-Rowe  Woodworking  Co.,  lumber,  1,210  ft.  at  4|  c.;  planing,  $3 

Pickard,  A.  &  Co.:  gravel,  179-6  tons  at  $1.90;  29- 9S  tons  at  $2;  17-7  tons  at  $2.10 

Poole,  L.  M.  &  Co.:  lumber,  spruce,  9,839  ft.  at  $20;  13,758  ft.  at  $19;  1,263  ft.  at  $18;  8,929  ft 
at  $11;  15,231  ft.  at  $17.50;  hemlock,  5,018  ft.  at  $14;  shingles,  15  m.  at  $3.25,  20  m.  at 
$2.75,  40  m.  at  $2.25;  laths,  llf  m.  at  S3;  cypress  gutter,  05  ft.  at  25c.,  65  ft.  at  20c.;  strips, 
3  m.  ft.,  $15;  cedar  posts,  25,  $6.25;  1  flag  pole,  $3;  brick,  2,298  at  le.;  lime,  5  casks  at 

$2.10;  sundry  outlay,  $3.99 

,  E.  Island  Rv.:  old  iron  rails,  5,733  lb.,  $57.33;  freight,  $3.06;  sundry  outlay,  $3 

E.  Island  Tel.  Co.:  rent  of  telephone  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $40.83;  messages,  $2.84 

Quinn,  Jno.,  1  stumper,  $1S:  Segers  Bros.,  sundry  plants,  $20.84...    

Rogers  Hardware  Co.:  paint,  35  gal.  at  $1;  raw  oil,  14  gal.  at  $1.20;  1  steel  tape,  $10;  hangers, 
6  set,  $7;  track,  56  ft.  at  10c. ,  26  ft.  at  8e.;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $4.45 

Stanley,  Shaw  &  Pearden:  cement,  275  brl.  at  $2.15, 1  brl.  at  $2.25:  plumbing  work  percontract, 
$120;  nails,  18  kegs,  $.57.65;  galv.  nails,  100  lb.  at  5c.;  .spikes,  7  kegs.  $17.50;  raw  oil,  17 
gal.,  $20.15;  gasoline,  48  gal.,  $12;  window  weights,  413  lb.,  $12.39:  locks  and  knobs,  15 
set,  $11.25;  hose,  .50  ft.,  SS;  brown  paper,  21  rolls,  $8.40;  tar  paper,  11  rolls,  $5.30;  wire 
292  lb.,  $7.91;  shovels,  7  at  75c.;  zinc,  55J  lb.,  $4.74;  white  zinc,  paint,  1  gal.,  $2.40;  glass, 
9j  doz.,  $3.33;  horse  rugs,  2,  $2.70;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $66.85 

Stewart,  B.  &  Co.:  plumbing  foreman's  cottage  per  specification,  $145;  ventilation  grates, 
382  lb.  at  4c.;  1  engine  gear  wheel,  $7.50;  sundry  labour  and  supplies,  $10.54 

Trainor,  F.  H.,  1  No.  20  hot  air  furnace  and  conductoi-s,  complete 

Trainor,  J,  F.:  manure,  106  loads  at  40e.;  bran,  100  lb.,  $1.25;  middlings,  35  lb.,  53c 

Whitall  Tatum  Co.,  show  bottles  and  jars  for  exhibition  purposes 

Stationery  Office,  Ottawa:  supplies,  $73.44;  customs  duties,  $13.30 

Travelling  expenses,  Clark,  Jno.  A 

46  payments,  $15  and  under 


Waocs,  April  1,  1911,  to  March  SI,  191S. 

Bagnall,  J.  E.,  foreman,  $572.23;  Callbeck,  Hy.,  labourer,  $483.53.. . 

Hanna,  Jno.,  labourer,  $199.61;  Hanna,  Robt.,  labourer,  $17.48 

Harma,  J.  R.,  labourer,  $15.99;  Hines,  Wm.,  labourer,  $135.10 

LeLacheur,  G.,  office  asst.,  S31.51;  Meikle,  Jno.,  labourer,  $32.17 

Meikle,  Thos.,  labourer,  $208.46;  McLcod,  N.,  gardener,  12  m.,  $540 

McQuarrie,  Jas.,  labourer,  $11.10;  Simpson,  M.,  labourer.  $46.45 

Trainor,  J.  F.,  teamster  at  15c. h.,  $289.50;  at  16c.  h.,  $284.40 


Branch  Eiperimental  Farm,  Kosthern,  Sask. 

Munro,  Wm.  A.,  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Andres,  J.  J.:  1  plow,  $19;  buggy  shafts,  $7.25;  1  disc  harrow  pole,  $3 

Barbicr  &  Co.,  nursery  .supplies,  $25;  Dom.  Express  Co.,  expressage,  $46.64 

Can.  Northern  Express  Co..  expressaKe,  $60.80;  Can.  N.  Ry.  Co.,  freight,  $47.38 

Friesen,  I.  P.:  white  le.ad,  125  lb.,  S12.,50;  raw  oil,  S  gal.,  $14;  cylinder  oil,  4  gal.,  $5;  b.  oil, 

1  gal.,  $1.75;  belting,  13}  ft..  $2.95;  shovels,  5  at  $1;  1  post  hole  digger,  $2.75;  forks,  4, 
$5;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $24.85 

Gordon-Van  Tine  Co.,  Davenport,  Iowa,  hot  bed  sashes,  10  at  $2.60 

Gray-Campbell,  Ltd.,  1  5-ton  scale,  $128;  Imperial  Oil  Co.,  gasoline,  217-9  gal.,  $58.28 

International  Harvester  Co.:  services  10  h.  at  $1;  sundry  repairs,  $6.50 

Kinzel,  P.  H.:  new  shoes,  25,  $14.37;  shoes  set.  42,  $12.07;  sundry  blaeksmithing,  $21.80 

Krause  Bros.:  3  blankets,  $10;  liames,  3  pr.,  $9;  halters,  2,  $4;  whips,  2,  $2.50;  turret  rings, 

2,  $1;  brushes,  2  at  40c.;  sundry  harness  and  repairs,  $5.95 

McKenzie,  A.  E.  Co.:  rye  grass,  200  lb.,  $32;  timothy,  20  lb.,  $3.40;  tares,  30  lb.,  $1.75;  peas 

2  bush.,  $5.05;  bags,  6,  $1.50 

MacKenzie  &  Thayer,  tile,  200,  $20;  Penner,  H.  B.,  2  bedsteads  and  mattresses,  $36 

Postmaster,  Rosthem,  rent  of  p.  o.  box,  $4;  postage,  $81 

Rempel,  D.  M.:  caragana  seed,  4  bags,  $9;  maple,  4  bags,  $8;  hazel  nuts,  10  qt.,  $1 

Saskatcliewan  Government  Telephones:  exchange  ser\ice  12  m.  to  April  25, 1912,  $24;  messages 

go  20 
Segers,  Bros.,  sundry  buibs,  $22..34;  Suggett  &  Pots,  alfalfa  seed,  80  lb.,  $20.25.  .'..'.'.'.V..'.'. 

Carried  forward 


$    ets. 

2,863  19 

85  15 

66  05 

400  00 


3, 089  99 

57  45 

438  29 


1,235  45 
63  39 
43  67 
38  84 

80  93 


964  32 

178  32 

129  92 

68  18 

39  73 

86  74 

129  00 

240  48 


1,055  76 

217  09 

151  09 

63  68 

748  46 

57  55 

573  90 

13,166  62 

1,400  00 

29  25 

71  64 

108  18 

73  80 

26  00 

186  28 

16  50 

48  24 

33  25 

43  70 

56  00 

85  00 

IS  00 

32  20 

42  59 

2,270  63 

AGIflCfLTURE  DEI'.l  HTM  EXT:  EXPESDITVHE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 29 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Rosthern,  Sask.— Concluded. 

Brought  forward 

Steel.  Briggs  Seed  Co.:  seed,  clover,  CO  lb.,  $14:  rye  grass,  200  lb.,  $29;  lawn  grass,  100  lb 
$25;  rape,  90  lb.,  $8.10;  flower  pots,  400.  $14.2.');  .sundry  outlay,  $9.70 

Tunnah.  T.:  steel  packers,  2.  .?229;  sundry  .supplies,  SH..50 

I'nion  Supply  Co.,  sacks,  200,  $20;  Warden,  Kingston  Pcnty.,  twine.  300  lb.,  $24 

Wcibe,  H.  K.;  coal  oil,  20  gal.  at  35c.,  59  gal.  at  30c.;  1  keg  nails,  $4. .50;  1  door  mat,  $3;  1  block 
and  tickle,  $4;  1  screen  door,  $2.50;  sundry  hardware  supplies,  $12.21 

Wilkcr&  .Son:  lumber,  1,510  ft.  at  $75,  310  ft.  at  $45:  sundry  outlay,  $5..30 

King's  Printer's  account:  printing,  $11.70;  stationery  office,  $25.64 

Travelling  expenses,  Munro,  Wm.  A 

34  payments,  $15  and  under 

Wages.  April  1,  1911,  to  March  SI,  1912. 

Andrews,  F.,  labourer,  $23.04;  .\ndrcws,  I.,  labourer,  $159.76 

Beck,  E.,  caretaker,  $6;  Bischler,  B.,  labourer,  $7 

Brown.  JH.  E.  \V..  labourer.  $2;  C.iswell,  Jessie,  stenographer,  $34.30 

Clanz,  H.,  labourer,  $13.44;  Dunlop,  Jas.,  foreman,  $745 

Dyck,  Jacob,  labourer,  $23.60;  Dyek,  David,  labourer.  $10. .56 

Ellerton,  W.  P.,  labourer.  $259.05;  Foss,  G.  \V.,  labourer,  $2 

Friescn,  D.,  labourer,  $S;  Gauthier,  Thos.,  labourer,  $345.80 

Giesbrecht,  B.,  mail  carrier,  $16.50;  Grant,  A.  G.,  clerk,  $2.30 

Hejden,  Mai,  labourer,  $2;  Heich,  J.,  labourer,  S4;  Heide,  M.  J.,  labourer,  $4 

Hirsch,  A.,  labourer,  $60.96;  Kirk,  W.,  labourer.  $445.60 : 

Lariviere,  J.,  labourer,  $19.20;  Lariviere,  O.,  labourer,  $32.64 

Maxwell,  E.,  labourer,  $28.39;  Mick,  C,  labourer,  $26.40 

Moore,  R.,  mail  carrier,  $5.25;  Moore,  V.,  labourer,  ?5 

Maikofski,  J.,  labourer,  $13;  M.acArthur,  M.,  elerk,  $.30 ." 

McGinnis,  ¥.,  labourer,  $273.36;  Palmer.  Benj.,  labourer,  $142.08 

Rcis,  Jno.,  labourer,  $83.52;  Robock,  H.,  labourer,  $I.,50 

Schemnovrschskie,  E.,  caretaker,  $6;  Stewart,  L.,  clerk.  S7.50 

Stokes,  A.  C,  labourer,  $.397.30;  Sutherland,  I.,  ca^'taker,  $60 

Tallman,  F.,  labourer,  $51.45;  Wilke,  H.,  mail  carrier,  $21.25 , 

Wintrow,  M.,  labourer 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Cap  Rouge,  Que. 

Langelier.  G.  .\.:  superintendent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $1,400;  travelling  expenses,  $165.80; 

1  mare,  $200 

Baker,  Geo.  E.:  drain  tile,  10, 000  ft.  3in.  at  $12;  sundry  sizes,  $53.73 

Burbier  &  Co.:  sundry  nursery  supplies,  $65;  Bell,  \V.  &  D.,  sundry  tile,  $161  56 

Bell  Telephone  Co.,:   exchange  service,  13  m.  to  Dec.  31,  1911,  $23  84;    pole  rental,  $4;   mes- 

s.iges,  $72.90 

Blouin,  Jas.:  cow,  $.50;  Blouin,  P.,  cow,  $50;  Bniyssel,  F.,  cow,  $100  frt.  &c.,  $3.90 

Bussieres,  S.:  rent  of  stable  for  horse,  22  wk.,  $10  50;  Can.  Nursery  Co.,  trees,  $21.35 

Canadian  Dairy  Supply  Co.:  cans  for  cream,  $20.50;  sundrj'  supplies,  $20 

Charland,  Z.:  cow,  $70;  Chateauvcrt,  V.,  straw,  $33.78 

Colvin  &  Co.:  oats,  26  bush,  at  50c.,  284  bush,  at  47c.;  sundry  feed  for  stock,  $142.44 

Cote,  Boivin  &  Cie,  3  sacks  oats,  $23.15;  Cote,  Jos.,  1  cow,  $60 

Croteau  Jean,  .services  Quebec  Exhibition 

Dclayc,  C.  F.,  purchase  money  on  .Stadacona  Farm 

Delisle,  H.,  1  horse,  $250;  Dennis  Arsene,  bull,  $100 

Dcrome,  Edgar,  hardware  supplies,  &c.,  $344  03;  Deroches,  X.,   cow,  $60 

Duchesne,  J.  D.,  veterinary  sf-rvices  and  suppli<'s.  $59  31;  Franck,  .16s.,  I  cow,  $50 

Frost  &  Wood,  Co.,  II  disc  drills,  $78;  Gabourv,  David,  1  cow,  $.55 

Germain,  Eugene,  lumber,  1,188  ft.  $29.85;  Gilbert,  J.  L.,  M.D.,  services,  $25 

Gignac,  J.  H.:  lumber  for  repairs  to  greenhouses,  1,010  ft.  at  $20  per  M.,  700  ft.  at  $22;  men's 

time,  79  hr.,  $24;  sundry,  $15  92 

Hardy,  Ch.,  1  cow,  $50;  Hardy,  A.  I.,  cows,  2,  $200,  heifer,  $30 

Houde,  H.,  sundry  harness  supplies,  $74. 12;  Hughes  Owens  Co.,  level  and  tripod,  &c.,  $39.30 
International  Harvester  Co.,  rake,  $-36,  sundrj'  repairs,  $8.05;  Kingston  Penintentiary  twine 

$32 

Julien  E.  &  Cie  Ltd.:  sundry  feed  for  stock,  $44.50;  2  sacks  phosphate,  $4.40;  repairs,  $1 .75 

Labrccque,  L.  E.,  nestable  culvert,  24  in.  275  ''•  "t  $1  75 

Lake  D.  S.,  nursery  supplies,  $19  50;  Lcmirc,  .\.,  I  snow  plough,  $50 

Lcgare,  P.  T.:  fence  stretchers,  2  at  $10;  harness,  $24,  vehicle,  SCO,  sundry  implements,  tools, 

Ac, $.3526 

Macaulay,  T.  B.,  1  cow,  $150;  Mercure,  S.,  blacksmithing,  $33.95 

Mercier  Machine  Co.:  Ltd.,  farm  engine,  $60;  sundry,  $10.80 

Carried  forward 


$    cts. 
2, 270  63 


100  05 

243  50 

44  00 

50  91 
132  50 

37  34 
IIS  05 
175  90 


182  80 
13  00 
36  .30 

758  44 
34  16 

261  05 

353  80 
18  80 
10  00 

506  56 
51  84 
54  79 
10  25 
43  00 

415  44 
85  02 
13  50 

457  30 
72  70 
83  52 


6,635  24 

1,765  SO 

173  73 

226  56 

100  74 

203  90 

37  85 

40  50 

103  78 

288  92 

83  15 

23  00 

20,000  OO 

350  00 

404  03 

109  31 

1.33  00 

54  85 

87  52 

280  00 

113  42 

76  05 

SO  65 

48  13 

69  50 

139  26 

183  95 

70  80 

25,218  40 


C— 30 


AUDITOR  GEXEUAT/S  REPORT,  lOll-Wl} 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Branch  Etperimpntal  Farm,  Cap  Rouge,  Que.— Concluded. 
Brought  forward 


Pptrie,  Alex.:  cotton  duck.  92  yd.  at  SOc.  59  yd.  at  30c..  rope  &c.,  .$9:  making  6  tents.  S26 

Pruneau  &  Cie:  12-in.  pipe,  426J  ft.  at  35c.:  sundry,  SG.75:  Robichaud,  E.,  1  cow,  SlOO 

Ronnie,  Wm.  Co.:    incubatois,  2  at  $15,  2  at  $16;    bone  cutter,  $14.50;    poultry  fountains,  12, 

$4,20,  frt.  charges.  S2,05 

Robichaud,  J.  A,:  I  cow,  .S75;  1  heifer,  $25;  Robichaud,  Mrs.  J.,  3  eows,  S200,  heifers,  2 at$20 
Robitaille,  E.,  straw,  3SS  bundles,  at  4c.:  Rohitaille,  ,Ios.  bailing  50-4  ton  straw  at  ?I  -25, ... 
Robitaille,  Jos.  &  Eug.,:    oat-s,  360  bu.sh.  at  46c.:    bran,  80  cwt.  at  SI, 05,  22  cwt.  at  §1,20, 

64cwt.  atSl,25;  wheat  flour,  47  cwt.  at  $1  .38;  40  cwt.  at  $1.50;  20  cwt.  at  SI. 00;  27  cwt. 

at  $1.75;   12  cwt.  at  $1 .80;   meal  34  cwt.  at  $1 .70,v  oat  meal,  30  cWt.  at  SI. 35;   50  cwt.  at 

$1.40;  56  cwt.  at  $1 .50;  sundry  feed,  867.45 

Roussel,  J.  L.,  sundry  blacksmithing,  $36  80;  .Segers  Bros.,  sundry  bulbs,  $22,34 

Steele  Briggs  Seed  Co.,:    red  clover  seed  400  lb.  at  18c.;    alsike,  100  lb.  at  17  c.;    timothy, 

COO  lb.  at  16c.;  sundry  seeds,  $55,96 

Tanguav,  Geo.,  sundry  seeds,  $52,35;  Thibault,  C.  A.,  I  horse,  $275 

Thibault,  J.  B.,  1  cow,  $75;  Thibault,  Jos.,  3  cows,  $200 

Vallerand,  A.  E.:  oil,  183  gal.  at  17c.,  4  bot.  at  $1;  Verreault,  A.  D.,  sundry  trees,  $78 

Freight  charges,  $523.21;  expressage,  $79.86:  telegnams,  $2,96;    postage,  $34  95;   new.spapers, 

$4;  registration  fees  to  L.  S.  Records,  $12.25;  toll  tickets,  $32.31;  telephones,  $14 

King's  Printer:    printing,   $114,84;     stationery,  $226.42;    sundry  accounts  under  ?15   (72), 

$317.61 

Legal  expenses,  Delage  &  Delage 


Wages  Apr.  I,  1911  to  Mar.  SI,  1913. 

Bacon,  A.,  labourer,  $282.87;  Bacon,  Eug.,  herdsman,  $542.52 

Beaulieu,  D.,  labourer,  $177.89;  Beaujieu,  Frs.,  tcam.ster,  5^138. .54  . . 

Chabot,  Hubert,  teamster,  $22;  Chabot,  Jos.,  labourer,  $5.22 

Cottrell,  Jno.,  teamster,  $119.91;  Charland,  Ferd.,  $313.72 

Delisle,  Jos.,  carpenter,  $2.80;  Dorc,  Arthur,  labourer,  $305.12 

Drolet,  A.,  labourer.  $413.30;  Drolet,  Jno.,  labourer,  .$299,36 

Drolet,  Ferd.,  labourer,  $76  72;  Drolet,  Arthur,  labourer,  874,55.. , . 

Duchesne,  H..  labourer,  $128,70;  Gaboury,  Alpli.,  typist,  $255 

Gaudreau,  Geo.,  carperter,  .5285,75;  Garneau,  A.,  mail  carrier,  $48. 

Jobin,  D.,  labourer,  $8  25;  Pickford,  Ch.,  labourer,  $222 

Ratte,  .Jos.,  foreman,  $900;  Rheaume,  J.  B.,  labourer,  $21 .90 

Rheaume,  S.,  labourer,  $100.56;  Savard,  M.,  gardener,  $600 

Thibault,  A.,  labourer,  $413.72;  Thibault,  Jos.,  labourer,  $306  71.. . 

Thibault,  O.,  labourer,  $10.80;  Thibault,  W.,  teamster,  $401,81 

Vadebencoeur,  E. ,  labourer 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Scott,  Sask. 

Eberest,  R.  E.:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $1,200;  travelling  expenses.  $136 

Barbier  &  Co.,  nursery  suplies,  $121;    Brandon  Implement  &  Mfg.  Co.,  sub-surface  packer, 
$78,75, 


Brenton  Bros.   1  double  disc  drill,  $130,  1  8-ft.  packer,  $76;  cross  plough,  $24;  sundry,  $24.80. 

Buchanan  Nursery  Co.,  .sundry  nursery  supplies 

Burlinghan  iSr  Speers:  1  S-h.p.  gasoline  engine,  $520;  1  17-ft.  binder,  $170;  mower,  $62;  cultiva- 
tor. $60;  I  14  in.  gang  plough,  $86;  1  disc  harrow,  $38  50;  steel  rake,  $38;  1  set  bob  sleighs, 
$35;  sundrj'  implements,  $113 

Canadian  Fairabnks  Co.:  1  5-ton  waggon  scale,  $135;  union  scale,  $12.50 

Crouch,  P.:  painting  farm  buildings,  $125;  making  sign,  $7 

Dolman,  W.  W.,  painting  house  &  barn,  1  coat,  .?65;    Farmer  Lumber  Co.,  lumber,  $140  50  . 

Goodwin,  A.  A.:  construction  of  buildings  at  experiment  station,  labour,  $5,499  54;  material. 
$7,610  23;  10  per  cent  commission  on  cost  of  labourand  material,  $1,310.97;  transporta- 
tion of  workman,  $65;  less  paid  in  1910-11,  on  account,  $4,560  overpaid,  17c 

Government  of  Saskatchewan,  exchange  service  6  m.  to  July  24,  1912 

Harrington  &  Perry:  repairing  cylinder  for  separator,  $23:  sundry,  $5.05 

Kellcher,  A.  K.,  V.S..  professional  services,  $05;  Kingston  Penitentiary  twine,  $20 

Matthews  Moody  &  .Sons,  Co.,  Ltd.,  improved  thresher,  $152;  freight  on  same,  $57.93 

McCulloch,  J.,  standard  truck,  $78;  Patmore  Nursery  Co.,  200  elms,  $40 

McKenzic,  H.  Hardware  Co.:  paint,  IS  gal.  at  $3.50:  15  gal.  at  $2  25;  linseed  oil,  49  gal., 
$95.60;  white  lead,  175  lb.  at  10c. ;  galv.  pipe,  28  ft.  at  20c..  fitting  same,  28  hr.,  $13.22; 
rubber  belt,  43  ft.  at  90c.;  sundry  hardware,  $234 

Pleasant  Valley  Nursery  &  Fruit  Farm,  nurser\'  supplies 

Security  Elevator  Co.:  oat.s,  400  bush,  at  33c.,  i2U  bush,  at  32c.;   Segeis  Bros.,  bulbs.  $20  84 

Singer,  A.:  seed  rye  grass,  125  lb.  at  lO^c;  blue  gra.ss,  420  lb  at  2Sc.;  alfalfa,  60  lb  at  29c.; 
sundry,,  $50.70 


Carried  forward.. 


S    ets. 

25,218  40 

126  30 
256  03 

82  75 

340  00 

78  52 


901  46 
59  14 

240  96 
327  35 
275  00 
113  12 

703  54 

658  87 
18  00 


825  39 
616  43 
27  22 
433  63 
307  92 
712  66 
151  27 
383  70 
333  75 
230  25 
921  90 
700  56 
720  43 
472  61 
165  OS 


36,402  24 


1,336  00 

199  75 

254  80 

23  00 


1,122  50 

147  50 

132  00 

205  50 


9,925  91 

13  00 

28  05 

S5  00 

209  93 

lis  00 


501  37 
23  55 
191  64 

205  95 


14,723  45 


AGlilCVhTVnK  DFPARTMEyr:  EXPEXDITUKE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 31 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Scott,  Sask. — Concluded. 


Brought  forward . 


Smith,  E.  D.,  nursery  suplies,  838.05;  Steele  &  Son,  sundry  blacksmithing.  S19  65    

Street.  C.  F..:  1  desk.  $10:  dejsk  top.  SI9:  1  carpet  square,  ?23:  linoleum,  12J  vd.  atSl.SO; 

bed.  $13  50:  dres.ser.  .518:  sundry  furnishings,  .$.56  .30 

Street  Wliitham  Bros.:  1  disk  harrow.  $43:  scraper,  $10  50,  nagon.  $99 

Varva,  Chas..  harness  supplies,  $16  80:  Wakclin  Bros,,  drugs.  &c.,  $20.05 

Wood.  G.  S.  &  Co..  7  .s<"t.s  harness  complete 

Freight  charges.  SlH  15:  c.tpre.s.'iage,  $147  90;  telegrams,  $2.70;  postage,  $17.78 

King's  Printer,:   printing,  $27.62;   stationery,  $65.89;   newspapers,  $14;   accounts  under  $15 

(31)  $161  44 


Wages  Apr.l,  1911  to  Mar.  SI,  191i. 


Bishop.  \Vm..  teamster,  SS5  27:  Charlton,  G..  labourer,  $58.92 

Davies,  N.  J.,  teamster,  SC52  73;  Duncan  D.  labourer,  $9 

Duncan,  F.,  labourer,     S150  99:  Evans,  Arthur,  labourer,  $80.45 

Finlayson,  Alex.,  labourer.  $14  62:  Finnic,  N.,  teamster.  $42  30 

Fischer.  Clemens,  labourer,  $15  75:  Fischer.  Christ.,  labourer,  $11.26 

Fischer,  R.,  labourer,  $21  15:  Fleck.  Jno.,  labourer,  $5 

Fleck,  Jos.,  labourer,  $5  63:  Graham.  E..  labourer,  $5  65 

Hauful,  Frank,  labourer,  .?2S1  48;  Hickey.  Peter,  teamster.  $58.20 

Lauder,  Ed.,  labourer,  $2  35:  Love.  .Jos.,  labourer,  S.396  40 

Love,  Wm..  teamster.  $296.43;    Mann,  J.  A.,  labourer,  $10  81 

Hurray,  Ch.,  foreman,  $90;  McRae.  Wm.  labourer,  $81  87 

Nelson.  H.  A.,  labourer,  $21.38;  Preston.  Jno.,  labourer,  $2.35 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  Kentvillp,  N'.S. 

Starr,  J.  Rufus.  .superintendent.  May  15,  1911  to  Feb.  15,  1912 

Barbicr  &  Co.,  France,  sundrj*  trees  and  nurserj-  supplies 

Bishop,  L.,  1  pr.  oxen.  $200;  Campbell.  R.  G..  1  set  team  harness,  $39 

Bissett.  H.  F.:  2  stumping  machines.  $73.  sundry  supplies.  $10  40 

Calkin.  T.  P.  &  Co.:  1  stove.  $6  50;  1  mouldboard,  -52  94;  2  axes,  $3;  axe  handles,  9.  $1.62; 

peavies,  6,  $9  30;  sundry-  hardware  supplies,  $8.90 

Cunard,  S.  &  Co..  1  horse.  $300;  Downey.  F.  E.,  laborer,  177  d.  at  $1.50 

Dom.  Atlantic  Railway  Co.,  freight  charges 

Illsley.  &  Hari-ey  Co:  oats,  186  bush..  $117.78;  meal  30  bags,  $50  50;  bran.  20  bags.  $27;  1 

mower,  $55;  I  rake,  $28;  2  plows.  $28;  3  harrows,  $57;  1  wagon  and  rack,  $85;  1  desk  $15; 

chair,  $7;  1  grindstone  and  frame,  $6;  chain,  96  lb.,  $5.55;  whiffletrees,  1  set,  S5;  sundry 

supplies,  $20  72 

Johnson,  E.  H.,  1  horse.  $250:  Millett.  F.  B.,  hay  1-66  tons  at  $11  50 

Lyons,  O.J.:  chop  feed.  40  bags  at  $1  90;  meal.  10  bags  at  $2;  20  bags,  at  $1.95;  23  bags,  at  $1  90; 

bran,  10  bags  at  $1.50,  10  bags  at  $1.45,  10  at  $1  40;  sundr>-,  40c 

MussensLtd.:  2  plows  with  extra  shares,  $55;  plow  shares  5.  $25  50 

Maclnnis,  J.  A. :  harness,  2  set,  $62;  ox  yoke  straps,  3  set,  $S .  25;  lash  whips,  4,  $5.55;  bell  straps, 

3  pr..  $2.25;  sundry  supplies  and  repairs,  $7  35 

N.  S.  Carriage  Co.:  1  wagon  $75:  1  sloven.  $119;  1  pr.  shafts,  $5 

Parker.  W.  G.:  stump  hooks,  2,  $6;  sundrj'  blacksmithing  and  supplies,  $26  95 

Poqupt,  Chs.,  1  .stumping  machine,  $17;  Starr,  A.  C.  apples,  3  bis,  $12  50 

Redden,  G.  W.:  1  set  bobsleds,  $.35;  logging  chains,  4,  $6;  crow  bars,  2,  S5.25;  stump  hooks,  3 

$3.25;  sundry  blacksmith  work  and  supplies,  $55  86 

Rockwell,  W.W.:wirefencing,  140 rods.  $.50  96:axe3,  9,  $13. 50;  wire, 305 lb.,  $9  12;  peavies, 6, 

$9.50;  chains,  138  lb.,  30  ft.,  $0  90;  2  ladders,  $5. 10;  2  rugs,  $3.34;  lock  chains,  2,  $2;  sundry 

lumber  and  hardware  .supplies,  $138  84 

Townsend,  W.  H.:  chopping  and  brushing  37  acres  at  $15;  8ur\-ej'ing,  $7;  hauling  post6,  6  d.  at 

$4;  sleds.  1  set  at  $30.  1  set  at  $15;  ch.ains,  0,  $9;  less  $100  allowed  for  wood 

Whalen,  .\.  J.,  1  pr.  oxen,  $195:  Williams,  Edw..  fruit  trees.  .300.  $45 

Travelling  expen.ses:  Gray,  D.  D..  $85.27;  Starr.  J.  Rufus.  $44.25 

14  paj-ments.  $15  and  under 


Wages,  April  1, 1911  to  March  SI,  191$. 

Adams,  Jno..  laborer.  $314  28;  -Andrews,  H.  W.,  surveyor.  $4.50 

Armburg,  Wm.,  laborer,  $4.50;  Best,  H.  R.,  carpenter.  $33  25 

Bishop.  Alf.,  foreman,  $.32. 12:  Bishop.  Enos.  laborer,  $252.80 

Bishop,  Ernest,  laborer.  $12;  Bishop.  Geo.,  laborer,  $124 

Bishop,  C,  laborer,  $15;  BLshop.  IL,  laborer.  $168  92;  Bishop,  T.,  teamster,  S122.40. 

Bloia,  C,  teamster,  $1  60;  Burton,  H.,  laborer,  $59  60 

Campbell,  Jas..  teamster,  $1.00;  Carter,  N..  teamster.  $4.50 

Carkum,  G.,  laborer.  SOc;  Cox,  Vernon,  laborer,  $122.62 


Carried  forward.. 


$    cU. 

14,723  45 

57  70 

188  80 
152  50 
42  85 
308  60 
282  53 

268  95 


144  19 

661  73 

231  44 

56  92 

27  01 

26  15 

11  28 

339  68 

398  75 

307  24 

171  87 

23  73 

18  425  37 

901  72 

218  23 

239  00 

S3  40 

32  26 

565  50 

133  n 

507  55 

269  03 

222  60 

80  50 

85  40 

199  00 

32  95 

29  50 

105  36 


239  26 


540  00 

240  00 

129  52 

93  71 

318  78 

37  75 

284  92 

136  00 

306  .32 

61  20 

6  10 

123  42 

6,222  09 


C— 32 


AUDITOR  f;£.YB7?.lL'.S  REPORT,  1011-1012 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Branch  Expprimental  Farm,  Kentville,  N.S.— Concluded. 

Brought  forward 

Wages,  April  1,  1911  to  March  SI,  /9/«— Concluded. 

Eaton,  B.  D.,  laborer,  $12,3:  English,  B..  laborer,  $15 

Final,  A.,  laborer,  $67. SO;  Graves,  C,  laborer,  ?S1.82 

Griffin,  P.,  laborer,  $108;  Hancock,  S.,  laborer,  $30  31 

Hancock,  C,  laborer,  $.52.12;  Huskin,  P..  laborer,  S58  95 

Johnson,  Geo.,  laborer,  $87.30;  Johnson,  Jas.,  laborer,  $88.80 

Jones,  T.,  laborer,  $245.25;  Jordan,  M.,  laborer,  S7;  Keddy,  S.,  laborer,  $42.37. . . 
King,  T.,  laborer,  $61  40;  Kynock.  R.,  laborer,  $44.50;  Low,  H.,  laborer,  $294.41 

Lov,  Jas.,  laborer,  $90  15;  Low,  P.,  laborer,  $69  95 

Maplibeck,  E.,  laborer,  $.36.80;  Massom,  A.,  laborer,  $6.50 

Meistcr,  Fred.,  laborer,  $8  50;  Melville,  S.,  laborer,  $162.40 

Mcssom,  Chs.,  laborer,  $45.75;  Misner,  E.,  laborer,  $130  40 

Moore,  C,  teamster,  $86;  McBride,  F.  S..  laborer,  $28.25 

Peck,  Chs.,  laborer,  $4;  Pollev,  M.,  laborer,  $41.50 

Rockwell,  S..  foreman,  $124. 6"2;  Rottler,  A.,  laborer,  $15.15 

Rottler,  E.,  laborer,  $34  12;  Rottler,  Roy,  laborer,  $33.75 

Rouse,  Chs.,  laborer,  $03.20;  Sanford,  v.,  foreman,  (Src,  $125.85 

Schofield,  E.,  laborer,  $82.30;  Schofield,  F.  A.,  foreman,  &c.,  $357  93 

Schofield,  O.,  foreman,  $126.32;  Schofield,  C,  laborer,  $16 

Schofield,  Edgar,  laborer,  $77.50;  Sherman,  F.,  laborer,  $76.47 

Swinamar,  C,  laborer,  $99.30;  Tavlor,  S.,  teamster,  $3.20 

Tully,  W.,  teamster,  $52;  Turner,  S.,  laborer.  $7.20;  Ward,  A.  T.,  carpenter,  $9... 
Wickwire,  F.,  teamster,  $54;  Winter,  F.,  laborer,  SOc 


Branch  Experimental  Farm,  St«.  Anne  de  la  Pocatiere,  Que. 


Hudon,  Geo.,  foreman.  May  5  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $75 

Barbier  &  Co.,  sundry  nursery  supplies,  $65;  Bois,  E.,  stone,  16  toise  at  $3.50 

Berubc,  A.,  bobsled.s,  1  pr.,  $.30;  sleighs,  2  at  $16;  sundry  supplies,  $4  25 

Frost  &  Wood  Co.,  1  disc  feeder,  $74;  Legare,  P.  T.,  1  dump  cart,  $50;  1  hoe,  $9.50 

Gagnon,  Ernest:  1  mower,  $57;  1  rake.  $33;  1  harrow,  $20 

Hudon,  A.:  1  span  horses,  $400;  sundry  implements,  tools,  Ac,  $43.24 

Jacques,  J.  H.  &  Fils:  1  set  double  harness,  $45,  1  set,  $27.50;  expressage,  $1.15 

Massey-Harris  Co.:  1  wagon,  $69;  1  wheelbarrow,  $23;  1  waggon  box  and  seat,  $19.50;  1  plow, 
$13.50. 


Maurais,  A.,  sundry  supplies,  $28.03;  McDonald,  K.  &  Sons,  seeds,  $90. 

Legal  expenses,  L.  A.  Dupuis 

Travelling  expenses,  Giguere,  J.  L 

14  payments,  $15  and  under 


Wages,  April  1,  1911  to  Mar.  St,  1912. 

Berube,  F.,  laborer,  $9;  Bourgelas,  Frs.,  laborer,  $403.50 

Dube,  S.,  laborer,  $13.75;  Guy,  A.,  teamster,  $26.75 

Leclerc,  H.,  laborer,  $352;  Maurais,  J.,  teamster,  $14 

Pelletier,  L.,  laborer 


New  Farms:  Establishment,  &c. 

Athabaska — 

Robhins,  Rev.  Archdeacon,  Experimental  work,  1911-12 

Dominion  Express  Co.,  expressage 

Fort  Vermillion — 

Jones.  Robt.,  superintendent,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31,  1911  at  $75,  5  m.  to  M.ar.  31,  1912  at  $40; 
taking  meteorological  observations,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $10;  rent  of  land,  $50: 
horse  hire  and  tools,  $75;  extia  labor,  $182 

King's  Printer's  account,  printing 

Invermere — 

Ritchie,  A.,  on  account  of  clearing,  ploughing,  &c.  34-5  acres 

Bacon,  F.  H.,  taxes  on  40  acres  for  1912 ^ 

Kamloops — 

Calhoun,  E.  W.,  experimental  work  done  in  1911-12 

Salmon  Arm — 

Sharpe,  T.  A.,  supt.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100;  travelling  expenses,  $207.65 


Cariied  forward., 


S    eta. 
6,222  09 


1.38  00 
149  62 

138  31 
111  07 
176  10 
294  62 
400  31 
160  10 

43  30 
170  90 
176  15 
114  25 

45  56 

139  77 

67  87 
189  05 
440  23 
142  32 
153  97 
102  50 

68  20 
54  80 


,699  09 


812  90 
121  00 

m  25 
133  50 
110  00 
443  24 

73  65 

125  00 

118  03 

151  35 

15  67 

81  35 


412  50 

40  50 

366  00 

399  00 


3,469.94 


200  00 
3  40 


1,152  00 
14  59 

1,200  00 
1  80 

400  00 

1,407  65 


4,379  44 


AGRICDLTVRE  DEPARTMENT :  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 33 


New  Farms:  Establishment,  &c.— Concluded. 

Brought  forward 

General — 

Anderson,  Duncan,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $150 

B.  C.  Elec.  Ry.  C,  and  Eberts  &  Taylor,  on  account  of  purchase  of  Veitch  Farm 

Breynat,  Rev.  G.  J.,  for  experimental  work  done  at  Fort  Smith,  Resolution  and  Prov- 
idence  - 

Columbia  Valley  Irrigated  Fruit  Land,  rent  to  Mar.  31.  1913 

Etcheverry ,  B.  A.,  services  and  expenses  obtaining  water 

Travelling  expenses:  -■Vndcrson,  D.,  $722;  Grisdale,  J.  H.,  $51.48 


Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act. 


Baird,  A.  B.,  Chipman,  N.B.:  inspector,  Dec.  5  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $50  per  m.;   travelling 

expenses,  $145.77 

Bcaulieu,  G.,  Ottawa:  inspector,  Nov.  6  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100  per  m.;   travelling  expen,ses, 
).30 


$.80.; 


Beaulne,  J.,  Ottawa,  travelling  expenses 

Bradv,  F.,  Canning,  N.S.:  inspector,  Jan.23  toMar.  31, 1912  at  $50  perm.;  travelling  expenses, 
S70.I3. 


( 'anadian  Pacific  Ry.  Co.,  Vancouver,  rent  for  shed,  2  y.  to  Aug.  31,  1912 

Cook.  .1.  S.,  Grimsby,  Ont:  inspector,  Feb.  22  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $50  per  m.;  travelling 
expenses,  $12.80 

Dupuis,  P.  H.,  St.  Johns,  Que.:  inspector,  Apr.  1  to  May  15,  Sept.  26  to  Dec.  7,  Mar.  15-31  at 
$75  per  m 

Fitit- Randolph  h..  Round  Hill,  N.S.:  inspector,  Apr.  1  to  June  14, 1911  at  $50  per  m.;  travel- 
ling expenses,  $99.39 

Garner,  0.  N.,  Niagara  Falls:  inspector,  Ij  mos.  to  May  15,  6  m.  to  Mar.  31, 1912 at  S85  perm. 

Gibson,  A.,  Ottawa,  travelling  expenses  inspecting  nursery  stock 

Gilliatt,  ¥■  C,  Granville  Centre,  N.S.:  inspector,  Nov.  28  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $50  per  m.; 
travelling  expenses,  $148.41 

Goold,  H.  E.,  St.  John,  N.B.,  inspector,  Apr.  1-May  15,  Oct.  7  to  Dec.  7,  Mar.  15-31  at  $75 


per  m. 


Great  Northern  Transfer  Co.,  Vancouver,  cartage  of  trees  to  fumigation  shed 

Hewitt,  C.  G.,  Ottawa,  travelling  expenses 

Harriman,  Jas..  Niagara  Falls:   fumigation  house  per  specifications,  $385;   moving  house  at 
G.T.R.  station,  $40;  sundry,  $7.80 

Ix'ith.  .\.  K..  Winnipeg,  inspector,  .-ipr.  1-May  15,  Oct.  7  to  Dec.  7,  Mar.  15-31  at  $100  per  m 

Leonard,  E.  S.,  Paradise,  N.S.:   inspector,  Nov.  28  to  Dec.  31,  Jan.  1-6,  Mar.  19-31  at  $50 
per  m.;  travelling  expenses,  $45.95 ■ 

Lymans,  Ltd.,  Montreal:   cyanide  of  potassium  and  sulphuric  acid,  $234.70,  less  bottles     re- 
turned, $13.64;  freight,  &c.,  $20.92 _. •. 

National  Drug  &  Chemical  Co.,  Vancouver,  120  charges  for  fumigators  at  37Jc 

Payne,  .S.  H.,  Granville  Ferry,  N.S.;  inspector,  Apr.  1-30,  Jan.  3-Mar.  31, 1912  at  $.50  per  m 
travelling  expenses,  $151.42 

]'ea.se,  .Scott,  IJIigh  &  Co.,  Vancouver,  cartage  of  trees  to  fumig-ation  shed 

Ross,  J.  H.,  River  John,  N.S.:  inspector,  Jan.  17  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $50  per  m.;   travelling 
expenses,  $89. 15 

Ross,  W.  A.,  Jordan  Harbour,  Ont.:  inspector,  Nov.  6  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100  per  m.;   travel- 
ling expenses,  $247.38 

.Sanders,  G.  E.,  Ottawa:  inspector,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $1,250;  travelling  expenses,  $499.05. . 

Scott  &  Pea.se,  Vancouver,  cartiige,  $38.75;   Spramotor  Co.,  London:  spramotor,  $25;  sundry 
$41.52 


Topley  Co.,  Ottawa,  2  .8-power  R.  &  L.  Zeiss  monocular  at  $11.25, 

Tothill,  J.  D.,  Ottawa:  in.spcctor  Apr.  17-May  31,  7  m.  to  Mar.  31,1912  at  $100;  travelling 

expenses,  $381.05. 
Treheme,  R.  C,  Vancouver:  inspector,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1912,  $1,250;    travelling  expenses, 

,.27 


$401.; 


Wilson,  Tom,  Vancouver,  inspector,  Apr.  1-.30 

W  ri^ht,  C,  Windsor,  inspector,  Apr.  1-May  15,  Sept.  26-Dec.  7,  Mar.  15-31  at  $85  per  m 
Expenditure  for  extra  labour:    Niagara  Falls,  $339..55;   St.  .John,  N.B.,  $17.55;   St.  John's,  P. 

Q.,  $19.33;    Vancouver,  $2,243.40;   Windsor,  $214..-i0;   Winnipeg,  $279.01 

King's  Printer:  printing  forms,  &c.,  $113.93;  telegrams,  $50.03;   accounts  under  $15  (14),  $80.22 


$  cts. 


4,379  44 


l.SOO  00 
25,000  00 

600  00 

4  00 

235  00 

773  48 


32,791.92 


339  32 

563  63 
65  65 

184  65 
48  00 

76  59 

329  44 

222  72 
637  50 
153  55 

353  41 

302  42 

170  .50 

98  05 

432  80 
403  23 

131  60 

241  .38 
45  00 

348  19 
316  25 

213  34 

730  71 
1,749  05 

105  27 
22  50 

1,227  72 


1,651  27 
110  00 
373  36 

3,113  14 
250  18 

15,010  42 

1— 3c 


C— 34 


AUDVlOi;  CESKRAVfi  liErOJiT,  1911-1013 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.  1913 


D'  tribition  of  Bunetin<^:  Central  Experimental  Farm,  Ottawa. 

Alexander,  Thos.,  teamster,  S150.85:  Jubinville,  A.,  laborer.  $5.77 

McGurran.  J.,  laborer,  S514.78;  McKnight,  W..  teamster,  S35.15 

Shutt,  F.  T.,  photo  materials,  $25.40;  Topley  Co.,  making  prints,  &c.,  $8.60 

King's  Printer's  aceount — 

Bulletin  No.  6,  English,  20M,  8622.66:  No.  6,  French.  2M,  S.S2.36 

Bulletin  No.  49,  English,  7M.  $393.22;  No.  49.  French,  3M,  S196.44 

Bulletin  No.  67.  English,  .55M,  $1.122..59;  No.  67,  French.  14M.  S316.42 

Bulletin  No.  46,  French,  2M.  $160.20;  envelopes  and  wrappers,  255M,  8904.06 

Binding  English  and  French  Bulletins,  71  set 

Pamphlets,  681  M,  $1,027.09;  reprint  of  bulletins  No.  47,  8  M  ,$354.57 

Experimental  farm  reports,  1.54  vols.,  863.45;  author's  edition,  43  M,  8670.58 

Binding  reports,  145  vols.,  $43.55;  sundrj-  printing,  binding,  &c.,  $162.99 

Detailed  in  1910-11 (Page  C— 27) 

On  account  of  progress  work,  1911-12 


Dairying  and  Fruit  In(!u.stries. 

Summary  of  Accounts. 

Cow  census : (Page  C — 34) 

Dairj-  general (Page  C — 36) 


Fruit  division. 

Cold  storage  inspection  and  apartments. 

Creamery  bonuses 

Extension  mtirkets 

Equipment  on  railways,  refrigeration  on  cars.. 


( Page  C— 37) 
.  (Page  C— 38) 
.  (Page  C— 38) 
.(PageC— ^) 
.  (Page  C— 39) 


Less— Sale  of  cheese,  $10.67;  .sale  of  butter,  $149.35;  apple  boxes,  $129.07. 


Charged  as  follows— Dairying,  fruit,  &c $130, 050  02 

Experiments  in  cold  storage  for  fruit 8  40 


Cow  Census. 


Andress,  A.  L.,  Indian  Rix'er,  Ont.:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100;  expenses,  $46.96 
B.ijesen,  v., 'N'irtoria,  B.C.:   salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $1,000;   expenses,  $313.32;   less 

paid  in  1912-13,  $50 

Brown,  F.,  Farmers  Union,  Ont.,  sen'ices.  Mar.  25-31,  1912  at  $100 

Burgess,  Jos.,  Woodstock,  Ont.:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $1,600;  expenses,  $803.25. . 

Burgess,  J.  R.,  Listowel,  Ont.,  salarj',  1  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Burrell,  D.  H.  &  Co.,  Little  Falls,  N.Y.:  cow  testing  outfits,  3  at  $32.50;  191  cans  corrosive 

sublimate  tablets,  $109.83;  sundries,  82.55 

Canadian  Dairy  Supply  Co.,  371  testing  bottles  with  washers 

Coleman,  H.  W.,  Perth,  Ont.:  salarj',  Apr.  15  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100;  expenses,  $17.40 

Delaney  &  Pettit  Co.,  Toronto. ,  3  bales  wood  wool 

Dillon  &  Spillett,  Charlottetown.  P.E.I. :  acid,  693  lb.  at  5c.,  35  bottles  at  SI;  sundries,  $6.60 
Farrington,  I.  L.,  Woodstock,  Ont.:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  8100,   less  4  d.  deducted,' 

$13.34;  expenses,  $69.20 I 

Hamel,  Adelard,  St.  Hyacinthe:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100;   expenses.  $41.35. 

Lowrev,  J.  B.,  Frankford,  Ont.:  salarj-,  Mar.  22-31,  1912  at  $100;  expenses,  $16.30 

Mitchell,  Harvey.  Fredericton,  N.B.;  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 1912, 81,300;  expenses,  $1,017  80 

Nichols  Chemicid  Co.,  Montreal,  testing  supplies 

Raphael,  J.  C,  Mallorvtown,  Ont.:   salary.  Mar.  11-31,  1912  at  $100;   expenses,  $8.80 

Smith,  H.  B.,  Kingston.  Ont.,  salary,  Mar.  25-31,  1912  at  $100 

Street,  A.,  .\vonmore,  Ont.;  1  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100;  expenses,  $1.90 

Thompson,  R.  A.,  Atwood,  Ont.,  246  lb.  cheest 

Trudel,  F.  X.,  St.  Prosper,  Que.,  salary.  Mar.  18-31,  1912  at  $100 

Trudel,  I.,  Ottawa,  travelling  and  sunclrj-  expenses  to  Mar.  31 

West,  v.,  Knowlton,  P.Q.:  salary,  Apr.  IS,  1911  to  Mar.  31,  1912  at  $100;  expenses,  $37.25. 

Whitlej',  C.  I'.,  Ottawa,  travelling  and  sundrj'  expenses  to  Mar.  31,  1912 

Wilkinson,  F.  J..  Ways  Mills,  P.Q.,  salary,  Mar.  11-31,  1912  at  $100 

Milk  testing  at  5q.  per  sample 


$  cts. 


156  62 

549  93 

34  00 

705  02 

589  66 

1,439  01 

l,0&t  26 

83  57 

I,.3S1  66 

734  03 

206  54 

1,205  19 

1,790  51 

10, 000  00 

17,524  48 
29, 626  06 
46, 197  48 
390  60 
4,800  00 
20,743  61 
11,671  28 

130,953  51 
289  09 


130, 664  42 


130,064  42 


1,246  96 

1,263  32 

22  58 

2,403  25 

100  00 


209  88 

23  09 

170  73 

6  46 

76  25 

255  86 

241  35 

48  56 

317  80 

310  70 

76  54 

22  58 

101  90 

34  00 

45  16 

675  61 

ISO  58 

361  25 

67  72 

262  35 

17,524  48 


AORICVLTVRE  DEPAKTMEVT:  EXPENDTTIRE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 35 


Dairying  and  Fruit  Industries — Continued. 


Dairy  General. 

Bacnall,  Miss  G.,  Macdonald  Collpge,  services  preparing  manuscript  on  cream  cheese 

Barber,  A.  H.,  Ccramcry  Supply  Co.,  Chicago,  1  skim  milk  weigher 

Barr.  Geo.  H.,  Ottsiwa,  travelling  and  sundry  expenses,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912 

Bell  Telephone  Co.:  exchange  ."service,  general  office,  12  ra.  to  March  31,  1912,  S70;  Com 
missioner's  office,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  ?50;  reisdence,  12  m,  $35;  messages,  $45.2.1 

Burrt>ll,  D.  H.,  &  Co..  Little  Fulls  ,N.  Y.,  35  tins  corrosive  sublimate 

Chapais.  J.  C,  St.  Denis,  P.Q.:  .salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  SI,500;  expenses,  $611  54 

Chisholm,  Thos.,  Renfrew,  livery  hire 

Collector  of  Customs,  duty  on  lest  bottles,  etc 

Clement.  A.,  <fe  Sons,  Glasgow,  2  cheddars  and  1  dunlop 

Coleman.  H.  \V.,  Perth,  Ont.,  travelling  expenses  to  Ottawa  and  return 

Coleburn.  H.  \V.,  transportation,  Ottawa  to  Regina,  .Sask 

Cooper,  \V.  A.,  Grand  Forks,  B.C.,  expenses  attending  dry  farming  Congress  at  Colorado 


fepnngs. 


Daigle.  L.  C,  Moncton,  N.B.,  expenses  to  Ottawa  and  return 

Dickinson.  .J.,  transportation  ,  Ottawa  Medicine  Hat 

Eddy,  E.  B.,  &  Co.,  Hull,  86  reams  white  tissue 

Firstbrook  Box  Co.,  Toronto,  199  peach  boxes 

Helmer,  A.  D.,  Ottawa,  cartage  at  25c  per  trip 

Macpherson,   D.  M.,  Lancaster,  Ont.,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31, 
S.302  12. 


1912,  $1,200;  expenses, 


Mahony,  J.,  Ottawa,  cartage 

Manning  Cold  Storage  Co.,  Toronto,  storage  on  apples ; 

Jlay,  Geo.,  &  Sons,  Ottawa,  1  leather  case 

McGrath,  E.  P..  &  Co.,  Ottawa,  325  apnle  boxes 

Merkley.  L.,  salary,  March  21  to31,  1912,  at  $45... 

Might  Directories,  Ltd.,  Toronto,  1,077  press  clippings 

Mulhall  Hardware  Co.,  Ottawa:  1  doz.  barrel  openers,  $10;  6  hatchets,  $4.50;  locks,  $3.50. . 
Muilin,  B.,  Ottawa,  reporting  the  Dominion  Conference  of  Dairy  Experts,  Dec.  6th  and  7th 
1911 


New  Brunswick  Cold  Storage  Co. ,  storage  and  cartage 

Ottawa  Cold  Stores,  storage  on  butter,  fruit,  etc.,  for  Conference 

Ottawa  Sanitary  Laundry,  wa-shing  towels,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912 

Parricr.  .\lphon.se,  St.  Madeleine,  P.Q.,  amount  recovered  by  Court  on  loss  in  hay  sold  to 

Government 

Potter,  Chas.,  Toronto,  65  slides  and  16  negatives 

Rea,  A.  E.,  &  Co:  42  vds.  sheeting  at  25c.;  24  towels  at  15c.;  sundries,  $2.94 

Reddick,  B.  A.,  salary,  March  IS  to  31,  1912,  at  .583  33 

Renfrew  Creamery  Co.:  rent  of  Creamery,  SIOO;  rent  of  cans,  $5;  butter,  625  lbs.  at  23c 

sundries,  S3. 35 

Renfrew  Planing  Mill:  1  tank,  $18;  1  cover  for  vat,  $3  50 

Ruddick,  J.  A.,  chief,  travelling  expenses  to  M.arch  31,  1912 

Scanlon.  Thos.,  Halifax,  salarj-,  Aug.  28  to  Sept.  30,  1911.  at  $50 

St.  Patrick's  L.  &  S.  Association,  Ottawa,  rent  of  hall  1  wk.,  Feb.  12  to  17,  1912 

Stanley,  L.  E.,  &  Co.,  Ottawa,  44}  yds.  sheeting 

Tlionippnn  &  Norris  Co.,  Brooklyn,  N.Y.,  2,500  corrugated  straw-board 

Toiley  S  udio,  Ottawa,  printing  pictures  and  making  slides 

Wagn'  r  tilass  Works,  Xew  York:  10  doz,  test  bottles,  $12;  24  pipettes,  $24;  1  gross  precision 

bottles,  S20;  2  doz.  bottles,  $6 

Grants  to  Associations — 

P.  E.  I.  Dairy  -Association:  $300;  St.  Hvaconthe  Dairy  School,  $2,000  

Telegrams:  C.  P.  Ry.  Go's  Telegraph,  $199  77;  G.  N.  W.  Telegraph,  $129.08 

Expr.^ss  charges:  American  Express  Co.,  $2.85;  Can.  Express  Co.,  $81.62;  Dom.  Express 

Co.  .5207.04 

Rent  of  cold  storage  sites:  C.  P.  Ry.  Co.,  $5;  G.  T.  Ry.,  $10;  freight  charges,  $29. 

Advcrti.'^ing:   L'Imprimerie  Yamaska,'  $30  75;  extra  copy  Montreal  Gazette,  $20 

Subscription  to  newspapers,  magazines,  etc 

King'sPrinter:  printingpamphlets, 65,500,  $3,344.12;  bulletins,  18,000, $786  88;  inspectors' 

reports,   4,000.    $471.59;    fruit    crop   reports,     48    M.     $198.85;    5,000    herd     records, 

$74.10;  103.000  envelopes,  $365.82;  sundries,  $1,579  87 

Stationery  OfTiee:  1  typewriter,  $120;  1  desk,  $35;  2,000  guides,  S130;  sundries,  $767.36 

Petty  office  expenses ' 

Payments  under  $15  (34),  $204.86;  mileage  books  in  stock,  I.  C.  Ry.,  $410 
Brome  Creamery  ($3,036  41)— 

Coanpland,  W.  E..  cutting  700  cakes  ice 

Dc  Laval  Dairy  Supplv  Co..  oil,  etc.:  $4  55;  Hodgson  Bros.,  1.000  sheets  parchment,  $14 

Holden,  H.  A.:  Ill  butter  boxes  at  21c.;  5  bris.  salt  at  $2.64;  1  gal.  color,  $2  50;  100 .sets 
parchment,  $1  65;  cleaning  ice  house,  $6 


Carried  forward. 


$  cts. 


15  00 

81  00 

526  58 

200  25 

■  33  93 

2,111  54 

18  75 

34  63 

38  81 

15  25 
40  75 

173  00 
52  35 
56  .35 
27  04 

16  11 
66  50 

1,502  12 

37  50 
122  08 

15  SO 
40  50 
15  97 

38  46 

18  00 

296  75 

20  04 
48  02 

17  91 

485  76 

19  60 
17  04 
37  63 

252  10 

21  50 
434  U 

56  45 

125  00 

15  58 

24  00 

43  16 

62  00 

2,300  00 
328  85 

291  51 

44  00 
.50  75 

167  91 


6,821  23 

1,062  35 

66  93 

614  86 

14  00 
18  55 

46  66 


19,092  82 


C— 36 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1911-1012 


3  GEORGE  v.,  A.   1913 


Dairying  and  Fruit  Industries— Concluded. 

Brought  forward 

Dairy  General — Continued. 

Brome  Creamery,  cont. — 

Lawrence  Dairy  Supply  Co.,  sundry  dairy  supplies 

Rhicard,  C.  E.:  filling  ice  house,  $50;  filling  shed,  190  cakes  at  7c.;  drawing  sawdust  5  d.at 

S3;  p.-icking,  8  d.  at  $1  50 

Vail,  H.  S.,  100  cords  wood  at  $2;  Woodley,  A.  J.,  sawdust,  $2 

Purchase  of  land  for  Creamery 

Finch  Station  ($6, 037. 30)— 

Carr.  Hugh,  erecting  temporary  ice  house 

Casselman  &  Cameron:  2  carboys  sulphuric  acid,  $11.30;  5  cords  wood,  $6.25.'" 

Dominion  Concrete  Co,  Ltd.,  3,100  briclt  at  $9  per  m 

Forsyth,  W.  A.,  &  Son:  supplies,  $3;  International  Marine  Signal  Co,  1  steel  tank,  $165. 
Lawrence  Dairy  Supply  Co.:  1  boiler,  $270;  1  engine,  $150;  2  vats,  $170:  2  tanks,  $.30;  3 

sets  agitators,  $90;  attachments,  $18;  1  wash  sink,  $10;  sundries,  $5.90 

McKinley  &  Northwood,  Ottawa,  hardware  supplies 

McLean,  Geo.  L.:  1  separator,  $500;  1  creamery  pump.  $130;  40  gals,  rennet,  $68;  3  cases 

colour,  $28  80;  24  turbine  testers.  $30;  1  hand  tester,  $30;  35  cords  wood,  $.53  90- 

sundries,  $89.18 

McLean  &  Currie:  sundries,  $1.25;  McLeod  &  McDougald,  30^  cords  ice  at  $3 

McRae  Neil:  wood,  57  cords  at  $1.60;  McNaughton,  G.  A.,  wood,  30  cords  at  $1  50, . . 

Purchase  of  land  and  cheese  factory 

Legal  expenses — 

Bowsei-,  Reid  &  Wallbrodge,  Vancouver,  $35;  Du  Boyce,  P.  C,  Cowansville,  $27  20; 

Jennings*  Clute,  Toronto,  $177.98;  Mowat,  J.  McD.,  Kingston,  $10;  Smith,  Markey! 

Skinner,  Pugsley  &  Hye,  Montreal,  $628.56;  Stackhouse,  R.  T.,  Montreal,  $00 

Fruit. 

Alcorn,  A.  S.,  Halifax,  services,  Nov.  22  to  M.arch  31,  1912,  at  $125;  expenses,  $202. 15 

Aulseybrook,  A.  H.,  Cathcart,  Ont.,  salary  ,Aug.  14  to  Dec.  15,  1911,  at  $125;  $506  43-  ex- 
penses, $381 .30 

Bedard,  E.,  Charlesbourg,  salary  4  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $100 ' ' ' 

Bishop,  W.  A.,  Laurencetown,  N.S.,  salary,  Dec.  6  to  March  31,  1912.  at  $125;  expenses,  $2i6 

Brown,  VV.  W.,  Colborne,  Ont.,  salary  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  $1,500;  expenses,  .?608.27 

Bryan,  Jas.,  Lucknow,  Ont.,  salary,  Sept.  14  to  Dec.  9,  1911,  at  $100;  expenses,  $60.15 

Bunting,  W.  H.,  St.  Catherines,  Ont.,  services  preparing  a  special  report  on  Fruit  Growing 
in  Canada,  $1,000;  expenses,  $1,176.83 

Bunyan,  J.  G.,  Nelson,  B.C.,  salary  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912 ,.'. 

Campbell,  Chri.s.,  Winnipeg,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $1,300;  expenses,  $214.43. '. ' 

Carnahan,  Geo.  B.,  Meaford,  Ont.,  salary  ,  3m.  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $125;  expenses,  $26  85 

Carey,    P.  J.,  Toronto,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $1,400;  expenses,  $1,025.10. 

Carson,  J.  H.,  Rcgina,  salary,  July  24  to  Dec.  31,  1911,  at  $125;  expenses,  $426.32 

Coo,  Wm.  C,  London,  Ont.,  reporting  and  transcribing  Fruit  Conference 

Cook,  W.  J.,  Grand  Forks,  B,C..  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $200;  sundries,  $2 

Cox,  John,  Halifax,  salary,  Dec.  5,  to  March  31,  1912  at  $50 

Delorme,  E.,  Montreal,  salary,  Aug.  21  to  Nov.  30,  1911,  at  $50 ....".'. 

Derry,  F.  L.,  Montreal,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  $1,200;  street  car  fares,  $122!56.!! 

Ditch,  Freeman,  Clarence,  N.S.,  Aug.  21  to  Dec,  5.  1911,  at  $125;  expenses,  $189.82 .'. 

Furniinger,  W.  J.,  St.  Catherines,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  $1,000;  expenses,  $400.50! '. 

Furness,  Withy  Co.,  Halifax:  rent  of  room.  9  m.  to  Jan.  31,  1912,  $90;  repairs  to  lights  $3.00. 

Gandy,  C,  St.  John,  N.B.,  salary,  Aug.  21  to  March  31,  1012,  at  $125;  expenses.  $66.95. 

Gibb,  J.,  Kelowna,  B.C.,  salary,  Jan.  20  to  March  1,  1912,  at  $150;  expenses,  $309.40 

Giiiford,  A.,  Meaford,  Ont.,  salary,  April  I  to  5,  and  Aug.  20  to  Dec.  31,  1911,  at  $125,  $171.65 

Giroux,  L.,  Montreal,  salary,  Aug.  21  to  Nov.  30,  1911,  at  $50 

Grindley,  F.  H.,  Ottawa,  salary,  July  6  to  Feb.  29,  1912,  at  $100;  expenses,  $l,6i6  49-  on 
account  bal.  C  15322,  $.55.10....- '     ' 

Healey,  W.  C,  Halifax,  salary,  Nov.  22  to  March  31.  1912,  at  $125;  expenses,  $215.44. '...." 

Hillhouse,  W.  M.,  Brigthon,  tint.,  salary,  July  31  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $125;  expen.ses,  $384  26 

Johnson,  Wm.,  Halifax,  salary,  Aug.  28  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $.50 

Kinsman,  J.  A.,  Halifax,  salary,  Aug.  21  to  Dec.  5,  1911,  at  $125;  expenses,  $181  25 

Labelle,  F.,  Montreal,  .salary,  Aug.  21  to  Nov.  30,  1911,  at  $50 \\ 

Marker,  C,  Calgary,  expenses  to  Montreal  and  return 

McCabe,  John,  Montreal,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $1,250;  less  time  lost,  ji26  88- 
exp,-nses,  $358 ,11 

McLeod,  J.  H.,  Prince  Rupert,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912 

McNeill.  A.,  Ottawa,  chief  of  division,  travelling  expenses 

McNeill,  M.  P.,  Calgary,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $1,300;  expenses,  $249.55!]!!'. 

Carried  forward 


$    cts. 
19,092  82 

14  90 


90  30 

202  00 

3,250  00 

65  97 

17  .W 

27  90 

168  00 

743  90 
30  15 

929  88 

92  75 

136  20 

3,825  00 

938  74 


29,626  06 

739  98 

887  73 

400  00 

689  84 

2, 108  27 

345  84 

2, 176  83 

200  00 

1,514  43 

401  85 

2,425  10 

1,0S3  58 

150  00 

202  00 

193  55 

167  74 

1,322  50 

629  33 

1,400  50 

93  00 

986  30 

516  89 

732  66 

167  74 

1,849  46 

753  27 

1,388  29 

356  45 

620  76 

167  74 

90  75 

1,581  23 

200  00 

128  15 

1,549  55 

28,221  31 

ACnUlI.n  RE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


C— 37 


Dairying  and  Fruit  Industries — Continued. 

Brought  forward 

Fniit — Continued. 

Moore,  E..  \Vinnipeg,  salarj-,  July  12,  to  March  31,  1912,  at  $125;  expenses,  $513.49 

Nova  Scotia  Telephone  Co.,  exchange  service,  9  ni.  to  Dec.  31.  1911 

O'Brien,  M.,  Montreal,  salarj-,  .\ug.  21  to  Nov.  30,  1911,  at  $50 

Pattcson,  T.  E.,  Lcthhridge,  .Alta.;  salary  Aug.  10  to  Sept.  ^0,  19irat  $125;  expenses,  $29.S0; 

on  account  bal  c  no.  7183,  SiO.CO 

Peters,  T.  A.,  Charlotte  town,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1912  at  $1,200;  expenses,  $314.86. . . 

Renaud,  Jos.,  Montreal,  salary,  salary,  Aug.  21  to  Nov.  30,  1911  at  $50 

Robeitson,  D.  M.,    salary,  12ra.  to  March  31.  1912  at  S^.^OO;  expenses,  $285.75 

Roomc,  H.,  Halifax,  salary,  Aug.  28  to  Jan.  31,  1912,  at  $50 

Rutherford,  R.  J.,  Colbounie,  Ont.:  salary,  .\ug.  18  to  Feb.  29, 1912  at  $100;  expenses,  $159.55. 

Salter,  K.  J..  Halifax,  salary,  Dec.  II  to  March  31,  1912  at  S50 

Sangstcr,  \Vm.,  Halifax,;  salary,  .\ug.  21  to  March  31,  1912  at  $125;  expenses,  $355.49. . .    . 

Scanlon,  Thos.,  Halifax,  salary,  Oct.  1  to  Feb.  15,  1912  at  $.50 

Schuyler,  W.  J.,  Sinicoe,  Ont.:  salary,  Aug.  29  to  Oct.  31,  1911  at  $125;  expenses,  $132.45 

Smith,  A.  G.,  Port  .\rthur:  salarv,  Aug.  24  to  Dec.  9,  1911,  at  $125;  expenses,  $99.99. 

Varley,  W.  J.,  ,Saskatoon:  salary,  July  .30  to  Dec.  22,  1911  at  $125;  expenses,  $.578.10 

Vroom,  G.  H..  Middleton.  .\.,<:  .■-alary.  12  m.  to  Mareh  31,  1912,  Sl,.300;  expenses,  $886.50. . 

Wartman,  E.  H.,  Montnal,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31.  1912.  SI, .300;  expenses,  $289.44 

Wcstcott,  F.  B.,  Gaspercaux,  N.B.:  Jan.  11  to  March  31,  1912  at  $125;  expenses,  $126.50 

Payments  under  S15,  (U) 

Eipen.ses  of  Delegates  attending  Fruit  Conference  Ottawa  Dec.  5-6,  1912. — 

Dean,  H.  H.  Guelph:  $26;  Harrison.  F;  C,  MacDonaldCollege,  $6.10 

Leclair,  J.  D.,  St.  Thcrc.se:  $11.10;  Marker,  C,  Calgary,  $108.80 

Mitchell,  J.  W.,  Winnipeg:  $78;  McDougall,  C,  Sussex,  N.B.,  $49.85 

Morrow,  FT.,  Mermaid,  P.E.I. ,  S49.75;  Singleton,  J.  F.,  Kingston,  $13.60 

Wil.son,  W.  A.,  Rcgina,  S.S0.50;  Waddell,  W.,  Kcrwood,  Ont.,  $28.85 

Zufdt,  L.  A.,  Kingston 

Expenses  of  delegates  to  Fruit  Conference  at  Ottawa  Feb.  1912 — 

Abriel,  Thos.,  Naku.sp,  B.C.,  185.85;  Abbott.  R.  C.  Mis-sion  City  B.  C  $213.25    . 

Allen,  C.  O..  Kentville,  N.S.,  $62.67;  Annear.J.  A.,  Montague,  P.E.I.,  $66.80  . . 

Agur,  R.  H..  Summerland,  B.C.,  $200;  Blair,  VV.  S.,  McDonald  College,  $17.30  .. 

Broderick,  F.  W.,  Winnipeg.  $45.40;  Brodie,  R.,  Montreal,  $14.10 

Byers,  Chas.,  Abbot.sford,  $21.55;  Chipman,  F.  A.,  Mecteaux,  $58.05 

Chute,  John  N.,  Berwick,  X.S.,  $48.95;  Crow,  J.  W.,  Guelph,  $19.95 

Cuniming,  M.,  Truro,  N.S.,  $27..50;  Dempsev,  W.  H.,  Trenton,  Ont.  $15.95 

Dewar,  A.  E.,  Charlottetown,  $60.90;  Grierson,  R.  W.,  Oshawa,  $20.80 

Hamilton,  L.  A.,  Lome  Park,  Ont.,  $10.50;  Hodgetts,  P.  W.,  Toronto,  $20.30 

James,  Harold,  Prescott,  $11.40;  Johnson,  D.,  Forrest,  $31.85 

Leopold,  Rev.  Father,  La  Trappe,  $11.90;  Lick,  E.,  Oshawa,  Ont,  $19.80 

Messenger,  R.  J..  Bridgetown,  X.S.,  $55.35;  Onslow,  A..  Niagara,  $25.55., 

Parker,  A.  C  Oromonto,  N.B..  $39.55;  Parker,  S.  C,  Berwick,  N.S.,  $58.95 

Pearl,  A.  W..  Burlington,  Ont.,  $22.05;  Pitcairn,  W.  A.,  Kelowna,  B.C.,  $185 

Rooke,  James,  Grand  Forks,  B.C.,  $185;  Smith,  M.C.,  Burlington,  Ont.,  $23.45;. . . 

Somers,  W.  F.,  Gordon,  Hd.,  B.C.,  $150;  Shepherd,  R.  W.,  Como,  PQ.,  $13.20    .. 

Shaw,  P.J.,  Truro,  N.S.,  $46.85;  Starr,  A.C.,  Port  Williams,  N.S.,  $63.30 

Tumey,  A.G.,  Fredericton,  N.B.,  $39.85;  Vroom,  C.  N.,  St.  Stephen,  N.B.,  $33.60 

Win.slow,  R.  M.,  Victoria,  B.C 

Apples  purchased  for  Conference — 

Berwick  Fruit  Co.,  $8;  Brydon,  T.  A.,  Victoria,  B.C.,  $6 

Campbell,  J.  J.,  Willow,  Point.  B.C.,  $36;  Coyne  Bros.,  Chicago,  $5.75 

Cros.sfield  Bros.,  Abbolsford,  PQ  $1.50;  Dewar,  A.  E.,  Chariot tetown,  $5.65 

Dodge.  J.  A.,  Middleton,  X.,-^..  ?o0.75;  Roop,  H.,  .Middleton,  N..S.,  $35 

Hood  River  Apple  Growers,  $9;  Hull,  Wm.,  Billings  Bridge  Ont.,  $18 

Jack.  R.  &  Sons.,  Chatcaugay,  $3  Johnston,  A.  A.,  Cowansville,  $3 

Kimball,  C.  H.  &  C.  W.,  New  York,  5^3.85;  Lalonde,  E.,  St.  Anne,  $1.50 

London,  Cold  Stores  Co.,  $8.40;  Manning  Cold  Stores  Co.,  $.33.18 

Nicholson,  F.  D.,  Salmon  .Arm.,  B.  C,  $18;  Ottawa  Cold  Stores,  $.30.92 

Ontario  Fruit  Growers  .\s.sociation,  $32;  Palmer,  J.  M.,  Melvene,  N.8..  $27 

Parsons,  E.  P.,  Ma.ssies  Mills,  V.A.,  $18;  Reagh,  G.  N.,  Middleton,  N.S.,  $16.01 

Roach,  Geo.,  .\bbotsford,  PQ.,  $25;  RoberLson,  J.  &  Son.,  New  Perth  P.E.I. ,  $7.50..   . . 

Slocumb,  C.  C,  .Middleton,  N.S.,  $42;  St.  Catharines,  C.  S.,  Co.,  $6 

Thoni.>-on,  Chas.  J.,  Summerland,  B.C.,  $12;  Trappist  Fathers,  La  Trappe,  $3 

Legal  ex|X'n.sos — 

Drcwry,  G.  Brighton,  Ont..  $5;  Johnson.  A.  M.,  Nelson,  B.C.,  $25 

I.,an<.'ley.  W.  H.,  Victoria,  B.C.,  $40;  McLean,  K.  H.,  New  Cxstlc,  Ont.,  $20 

Pa.,  ne,  W.  L..  Colborne,  Ont.,  $13..50;  Ward,  H.  A.,  Port  Hope    $20 

Webster,  B.,  Kentville,  N.S.,  $5;  Whealer,  McQuarrie  &    Martin,     New    Westminster, 
$.35.89;  Young,  E.  M.,  Picton,  Ont.,  $45 


4    cts. 
28,221  31 


1,594  13 

33  75 
167  74 

263  71 

1,514  86 

167  74 

1,585  75 

256  45 

805  68 

183  87 

1,274  84 

225  86 

394  55 

555  63 

1,174  87 

2,1S6  50 

1,589  44 

464  00 

64  03 

32  10 
119  90 
127  85 

63  35 
115  35 

13  20 

399  10 

129  47 

217  30 

59  50 

79  60 
68  90 
43  45 
81  70 

30  80 
43  25 

31  70 

80  90 
98  50 

207  05 

208  45 
163  20 
110  15 

73  45 
199  15