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SESSIONAL  PAPERS 


VOLUME  1— PART  2 


FIRST  SESSION  OF  THE  FOURTEENTH  PARLIAMENT 


OF  THE 


DOMINION  OF  CANADA 


SESSION     1922  9^.  lo   3 


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VOLUME  LVIII 


12-13  George  V 


Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers 


A.  1922 


ALPHABETICAL    INDEX 


TO  THE 


SESSIONAL   PAPERS 

OF  THE 

PARLIAMENT  OF  CANADA 


FIRST  SESSION,  FOURTEENTH  PARLIAMENT,  1922 


A 

Agriculture    Dept. — Annual    Report,    1920- 

21 15 

Agricultural  Instruction  Act — Annual  Re- 
port   1920-21 15a 

Air   Board — Annual    Report   1921 141 

Air  Force — Amendments  to  regulations.  .        09 
Annuities    Act — Transfer    of    administra- 
tion          iib 

Animals,    health    of — Compensation    paid     117 
Arniaint-nts,      Liinitation      of — Report      of 
Washington      Conference,       1921,      and 

Treaties 47 

Armouries    in    Canada — Data 144 

Army    Service   Corps — Data..         189 

Auditing    of    public    accounts — Expendi- 
tures         214 

Auditor     Geniral — Annual     Report     1920- 

21 1 


Bankruptcy      Act — Trustees      District     of 

Montreal 121 

Barristers,      Supreme      Court     of     N.S. — 

Payments   to 175,    175    a-b-v 

Binder     twine — Consumption     in    Canada, 

1921 164 

Board  of  Hearing — Appeals   to 155 

Bonds  of  railways  guaranteed  by  pro- 
vinces       103 

Bonds  and  securities  registered — State- 
ment         72 

Borden,  Sir  Robert — Appointment  to  Limi- 
tation   of    Armaments    Conference..     ..        47a 

Buildings  rented  in  Calgary  for  Govern- 
ment ottlces 134 

Buildings  rented  in  Ottawa  for  Govern- 
ment   Offices lu:i 


Cabinet     Ministers'      trips      to      Europe — 

Cost,  etc 109 

Caisse,    J.    J. — Employment    in    Montreal 

Post   Office 114 

Canadian    E.xpeditiunary     Force — Musical 

Instruments    II2th    battalion 92 

43746 — 1 


Canadian  Wheat  Board — Memorandum  re 
"  "  Legal  opinion  as 

to  constitutionality 

Canals  of  Canada — Data 

Canal    statistics,    1921 

Canadian  Government  Merchant  Marine — 

Annual  Report  1921 

Canadian      National      Railways — Annual 

Report,    1921 

Canadian    National    Railway.s — Passenger 

trattic,   vicinity   Moncton 

Canadian   Northern   bonds   guaranteed   by 

B.C. — Assumption  by  Dominion 

CaraQuet   and   Uulf   Shore   Railway   Co. — 

Purchase    of 159, 

Cattle    embargo — Activities     of     Hon.    M. 

Doherty 

Chief    Architect's    Branch,     Dept.     Public 

Works — Classification 

Civil   Service : 

Appointments    in    departments,    1911-22 

— Number 

Appointments,  permanent,  April  1,  1920, 

to   January    6,    1922 

Bonus — Amounts  paid   to  April  1,   1921 
Order  in  Council  April  21,  1921 
Civil    Service    Act,    1918 — Positions    ex- 
cluded  under   Sec   38b 

Civil   Service  Commission — Annual   Re- 
port, 1921 

Civil  Servants — Number  on  Jan.   1,  1912, 

and   Jan.    1,    1922;    amount  salaries.. 

Civil  Servants  receiving  $S00  or  $900  or 

less  yearly 

Civil  Service  Insurance  Act — Statement 

for  1921 

Superannuation     and     Retiring     Allow- 
ances, 1921 

Coal  importations  from  U.S.  by  Dominion 

Government,    1918-21 

Coal    importations   from  U.S.    1896-1921.. 
Cold     storage     warehouses — extension     of 

subsidies 

Country  elevators — Rules  and  regulation.s 
Covenant,     League     of     Nations — Amend- 
ments to 

Criminal    Statistics,   year   ended   Sept.    30, 

1921 

Customs      and      Excise — Annual      Report, 

1920-21 

Customs  and  Excise  Dept.,  Montreal — Em- 
ployees  

Customs  collections,   Parry   Sound,  Ont. .  . 


76 

76a 
161 
20a 

200 

199 

133 

208 

159o 

128 

lis 

219 

139 
187 
112 

102 

32 

2U4 

174 

58 


116 
116a 

192 
45 

151 

lud 

11 

168 
188 


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A.  1922 


D 

DeBeaux,  Robert — Internment  of 197 

Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act — Regula- 
tions under 94 

Doherty,    Rt.    Hon.    C.    J. — Amounts    paid 

to 100 

Dominion    Lands    Act — Orders   in    Council  78 
Survey    Act — Orders    in 

Council S2 

Dry  docks  at  Vancouver,  etc. — Data..    ..  110 


E 

Eastern      LaHave     Transportation    Com- 
pany, Limited 132 

Editorial  Committee — Annual  Report  1921  75 

Elections,    By,    1921 — Report 13a 

Election,    General,    1921 — Report 13 

Election   officers — Tariffs  of   fees 68 

Electoral    Officer,    Chief — Report 6i5 

Estimates : — 

Main,  1922-23 3 

Supplementary,    1922-23 4 

,  further,    1921-22 5 

Exchequer  Court — Rules  and  Orders.  ...  71 
Experimental  Farms — Report  of  Director, 

1920-21 93 

External   Affairs — Annual  Report   1920-21  34 

Extra-territorality  rights  of  the  Dominion  127 


F 

Farms,  greater  production,   Blackfoot  In- 
dian   Reserve 154 

Fort  Edward,   Windsor,  N.S. — Lease  of .  .  95 

Forest    Reserves    and   Parks   Act — Orders 

in  Council 79 

Fisheries,  Dept.  of — Establishment  as  sep- 
arate department 99,  99u 

Fisheries  of  B.C. — Cost  of  operation,  etc.  180 

"          "       "         Transfer   of   control..  ISOa 

Fisheries    of    Quebec — Control    of..     ..46,  46a 
Petition       of       A. 

Wick   and   others 122 

Fisheries  Protection  Service — Transfer  of 

jurisdiction 44c 

Fisheries    statistics,    1920 17a 


G 

Genoa  Conference — Documents  relating  to 

105,      105a 

Geographic  Board  of  Canada — 17th  Re- 
port         2i)b 

Governor-General's    Warrants — Statement       52 

Grand    Trunk    Railway    Company — $25,- 

000,000  loan,  1921 113 

Grand     Trunk     Railway     strike,      1910  — 

Sc-niority    rights    of    employees 172 

H 

Harbours   of   St.    John,    etc. — Expenditure 

on Ill 

Harbour   improvements  at   Quebec,   etc. — 

Expenditures  on 97 

Health    Dept. — Annual    Report    1920-21..        12 

Heath,    Clyde,    Taneook,    N.S. — Trial    and 

conviction  of 167 

Hi>5torical  Publications  Board- — 4th  An- 
nual   Report 101 

Holland,   Lee — Deportation   of lio 

Hydrographic,    Tidal.    Current    Surveys — 

Transfei'   of  jurisdiction 44c- 


I 

Income   Tax   Office,   Montreal — Employees     140 

Indian  Act — Enfranchisements  under .  .    ..        88 

Indian   Affair.s — Annual   Report   1920-21..        27 

Indian  Agency,  Bear  River,  N.S 183 

Imperial  Government — Advances  to  from 
declaration  of  war 215 

Immigrants — Placing     of     upon     land     in 

Provs.   of  Man.,   Sask.,   Alta 99 

Immigration  and  Colonization — Annual 
Report  1920-21 jg 

Intoxicants  taken  into  N.  W.  Ts.  under 
permit g  g 

Insurance — Annual  Report  of  Superin- 
tendent,   1920-21 8 

Insurance    on    C.N.R.    and    G.T.P.R.    Com- 
panies— Placing  of 124 

Internal  Economy — Report  of  Commis- 
sioners,   House    of    Commons,    1921-22       43 

Interior       Department — Annual       Report 

1920-21 26 

Inverness  Railway  and  Coal  Co. — Acqui- 
sition by  Govt 10  7 

International  Labour  Conference,  Geneva, 
1921 — Draft  Conventions  and  Recom- 
mendations       isib 

Investigators  of  Values — Appointments 
to  London  and  Paris 186 


Junior  County   Court   Judge,   County    Na- 

naimo,  B.C 207 

K 

Kootenay    Falls,    B.C. — Reclamation    of..      218 
King's    Court    Bench,    Sask. — Orders    and 

Rules 70 


Labour    Dept. — Annual    Report    1920-21..        37 

Land  grants  Prov.  of  Sask.  as  bonus  to 
railways 198 

Lands  sold  by  C.P.R.  year  ended  Sept. 
30,   1921 84 

Larkin,  P.  C. — Appointment  as  High  Com- 
missioner         7  7 

League  of  Nations: — 

Amendments    to    Covenant 181 

International    Labour   Conference,    1921     l&lb 
Reports  of  meeting,   Geneva,   1921..    ..      ISlu 

Librarians  of  Parliament — Report  for  1921        4  2 

Librar.v  of  Parliament — Annual  supple- 
ment to  catalogue 42a 

Lignite — Experiments  in  carbonizing, 
Bienfait,  Sask 120 

Limitation      of     Armaments     Conference, 

W^ashington,    1921 — Report  and  treaties        47 

Loan    and    Trust    Companies — Report    for 

1920 143 

Lot  225,  Hudson  Bay  Co.'s  survey.  Parish 
of  St.   John,   Man 216 

M 

Mail        contract,        Bonaventure,       P.Q. — 

Changing  of H5 

Mail  subsidies  and  Steamship  .subven- 
tions—Annual  Report   1920-21 loa 

Marine  Hospitals  Service — Financial 
statement 74 

Migratory  Birds  Convention  Act — 
Orders  in  Council SO 


12-l.T   Qporfrp  \ 


A  I  |ili;ilMMi<';il    Iiidrx  fo  Srssioiinl    fapcr,- 


A.   192;> 


Militia: — 

Ajipointmonts,    Promotions,   T^rtiivmonts        r.i 

Army    Pay  Corps — nntn lOn 

Army   Sorvifo   Corps — Daln ISO 

Biiildinfis  occiipiod  Ottawa,  etc IflO 

Ctciif^rals.    ptc. — Nuinher,    salaries..     ..      10^ 

Conor.'il   Orflers 63 

Military  districts — Number,   staffs,   sal- 
aries       104 

J^rrinanenf    F'oroe — Strenpth   of 100 

Militia  aiul  Defence — Annual  Report  Ui20- 

21 rifi 

Mii>pr;il     claims,     Ynkon     Ty.— Recorrlinp 

of 157 

Mineral    oiitpti(,    >iil<()ii    Ty. — Royalty   tax 

on IfiO 

Mines   Department — Annual   Report   1920- 

21 2fi 

Miscellaneous  Unforeseen  expenses — 
Statement 54 

Montreal     Dvy     Dock     Co. — Leases    with 

Covt 165.    n;.^« 

Montreal  Ifarlxiui-  Commission — -Em- 
ployees       15S 

Multigraph  machines  in  Government  De- 
partments— Number,  etc 170 


Mc 

McLachlan,     J.    B. — Comnuinicaliuns    be- 
tween  Minister  of  Ijabour  and tflt 

McQuarrie,    John    C. — Superannuation    of     123 


N 

Naval    Service — Annual    Report    1020-21  .  .        30 
Naval  Service  (Fiseries  Branch) — Annual 

Report    1920 40 

Naval  Service — Orders  in  Council.. 49,  49o,     49& 
National  Battlefields  Commission — Finan- 
cial  statement 61 

Natural  resources  of  Western  Provinces — 

Transfer    of 142,     142a,     142b,     142c 

Nautical      assessors — mode     of     appoint- 
ment       206 

Newspai)er    censorship    during    war.  .     .  .      131 
Nf>rthern    E.xplosive    Co.     plant,     Rigaud, 

P.Q 191 


O 

<  >fficials,    Government,    in    receipt    higher 

salaries  than  deputy  ministers 196 

Order  of  Grain  Buyers — Respecting..    ..  209 

Ordinances  of  Yukon  Ty.,  1921 62 

under    N.W.T.'s    Act 85 

Ottawa     Improvement     Commission — .An- 
nual Report  1920-21 67 


P 

Page.  H.  \V.  A.— Claims  of  205 
Park     St.     Charles     Compan.\,     Ijimiied — 

Documents 203 

Patent       Commissioner — Annual       Report 

1920-21 10/ 

"Pekin,"  Tug — Employment  of iHfi 

Penitentiaries — Annual  Report  1920-21..  35 
Pension     Commissioners — Annual     Report 

1920-21 41 

Pensions  paid.  County  Middlesex,  1921-22  217 
Persons  from  Poland,  etc.,  entering  under 

bond  to  farm 125 


Postmaster.s : — 

Cfinstitiiency    I'Assomption    and     Mont- 
calm  -Dismissals 177 

Constituency  Richmond  and   Wolfe — Ap- 
pointments       17R 

Constituency    Richmond     and     Wolfe — 

Dismissals 179 

Postmaster        General — Annual        Report 

1920-21 24 

Post  OfTices : — 

Avignon,     P.Q. — Transfer     of I.M 

Carleton,  P.  Q. — Transferor 146 

Bonaventure,     P.Q. — Transfer     of..      ..      147 

Montreal,    P.Q. — Employees I.^i2 

Paspebiac,    P.Q. — Transfer    of 149 

St.  Omer,  P.Q. — Transfer  of 14S 

Shigawake,    P.Q. — Transfer    of 150 

Proprietary     or     T'atent     Medicine     Act — 

Memorandum    7T 73 

Pre-emptions  in  Alta.  and  Sask.  sold  to 
settlers 176 

Prime      Ministers'      Conference,      London, 

Bng.,    1921 — Summary    of    Proceedings       48 

Purchasing  Commission — Origin  of  goods 
purchased 195 

Puljlic     Service     Act — Retirements    under       96 

Public    Service    Act — Rearrangement    and 

transfer    of     duties..      ..44,     44a,     44b.        44c 

Public  Accounts  of  Canada — Annual  Re- 
port   1920-21 2 

Public    Printing    and    Stationery — Annual 

Report    1920-21 33 

Public    Works — Annual    Report    1920-21..        19 

Pulp  and   Paper   Statistics,    1919 17 

Q 

Quebec  Bridge — Conditions  imposed  upon 
railway  companies 2ni 

Quebec    Harbour — Terminal     and     wharf 

facilities lOS 

Quebec  Harbour  Commission — Corre- 
spondence with  Minister  of  Marine  and 
Fisheries 129 

Quebec.   Oriental  and   Atlantic   Railway — 

Merging   with    Canadian    National..     ..      109 

Quebec  and  Western  Railway — Merging 
with  Canadian  National 109 


Radiotelegraph  Regulation  No.  104 — 
Amendment   to 

Radiotelegraph  Service — Transfer  of  juris- 
diction   

Railways  and  Canals — Annual  Report 
1920-21 

Railway  Belt  (40  mile),  B.C. — Orders  in 
Council 

Railway  Belt  Water  Act — Orders  in  Coun- 


cil. 


Railway  Commis.sioners — Annual  Report 
1921 

Railway.s — Payments  to  C.N.R..  G.T.R., 
etc 

Railway  between  New  Glasgow  and 
Thorburn,   N.S 

Retirements    under    Public    Service    Act.. 

Returned    Soldiers'    Insurance — Statement 

Road  projects  in  N.S. — Advances  by  Fed- 
eral Govt 

Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police — Annual 
Report  1921 

Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police — Trans- 
fer of  control 

Royal  Society  of  Canada — Financial 
Statement 


50 

44c 

20 

81 

83 

20c 

137 

211 
96 
59 

210 

28 

44a 

60 


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A.  1922 


s 

Sardines  sold  for  export — Minimum  price     171 

School    lands    in    Sask.,    etc. — Acres    sold, 

etc 173 

Scientific    and    Industrial    Research — Re- 
port of  Council.   1920-21 51 

Scientific  and  Industrial  Research — Finan- 
cial  statement 51a 

Secretary  of  State — Annual  Report   1920- 

21 29 

Shareholders,  chartered  banks  of  Canada     106 
"  Quebec    Savings    Banks    .  .      106a 

Shipbuilding    industry — Endorsements    or 

liabilities 5G 

Shipping     (Navigation     and     Shipping)  — 

Annual    Report   1920-21 11a 

Shipping,   List  of — Annual   Report   1921..        22 

Soldiers'    Civil    Re-establishment — Annual 

Report   1920-21 14 

Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment — Expendi- 
tures  of   Dept.,    1921 115 

Soldiers   established    on    land    in    different 
provinces 119 

Soldier       Settlement       Act  —  Regulations 

under 87 

Soldier  Settlement  Board — Annual  Report 

1921 90 

Sorel     shipyards — Dismissals     since     Dec. 

29.    1921 LIS 

Stallion  Clubs,  etc. — Preiniums  or  bonuses 
paid 126 

Steamboat      Inspection — Annual       Report 

1920-21 23 

St.   Lawrence  River  Waterway — 

Correspondence     between     Canada     and 

U.S S9n 

Reports  and  correspondence 8  9/ 

Report  of  International   Joint   Commis- 
sion         89 

Reports  of  New  York  State  Commission 

in    opposition 89b,    89c,    89d,        89e 

Superannuation     and  Retiring  Allowances, 
Civil  Service,   1921 57 

T 

Taylor,    James — Appointment    Asst.    Supt. 

Montreal   Post  Office 185 

Tobacco   Experimental    Station,   I'Assomp- 

tion.   P.Q 1S4 

Temporary  Loans — Statement 55 


Timber  on  Indian  lands,  Tp.   Laird,   Dist. 

Algoraa 153 

Timber  on  Crown  lands.  Western  Pro- 
vinces— Licenses   for 162 

Tolls  and  Duties — Remissions  and  refunds       91 

Topographical     Surveys     Branch — Annual 

Report  1920-21 inj, 

Toronto  Harbour — Expenditures  on   1912- 

21 136 

Trade     and     Commerce — Annual     Report 

1920-21 10 

Trade   Commissioners,    Canadian — List   of     156 

Trade  of  Canada    (Imports  and  Exports) 

— Annual  Report  1920-21 10b 

Trade  (reciprocal)  with  Australia — Corre- 
spondence . 65 

Treasury    Board    over-rulings — Statement       53 

Treaties  of  Peace  : : — 

Allies  and  Associated  Powers  and  Hun- 
gary,   1920 212 

Allies      and      Associated     Powers     and 
Turkey,  1920 213 

U 

L'nclaimed    balances,    Canadian    chartered 

banks 106b 

Unclaimed      balances,      Quebec      Savings 

banks 106a 

Union  Station  at  Palais,  Quebec,  P.Q. — 
Construction  and  use 202 

V 

Valley  Railway,  N.B. — Terms  of  opera- 
tion.       163 

W 

Weights,  Measures.  Electricity,  Gas  Ser- 
vices— Annual    Report    1920-21 lOe 

Winnipeg      strike — Correspondence       with 

A.     J.    Andrews 138,     138a.      138c 

Winnipeg     .strike — Correspondence       with 

General     Kitchen 138b 

Y 

Young,  Gurney.  Tancook,  N.S. — Trial  and 
conviction   of 16'? 


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LIST  OF  SESSIONAL  PAPERS 

Arranged  in  Numerical  Order,  with  their  titles  at  full  length;  the  dates  when  Ordered 
and  when  presented  to  the  Houses  of  Parliament;  the  Names  of  the  Senator  or 
Member  who  moved  for  each  Sessional  Paper,  and  whether  it  is  ordered  to  be 
Printed  or  not  Printed.    Also  those  printed  but  not  presented. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME    1 

(This  volume  is  hound  m   two  jiarls). 

1.     Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1921.  Volume  I    Parts  a-b— A 
to  J.      Presented   March    13.    1922 Printed  for  distribution   a7id   sessio7ial  papers. 

Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ending  31st  March,  1921.  Volume  II    Parts  K 
to  SS.     Presented  March  13.   1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  impers. 

Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ended  March  31,   1921,  Volume  III    Parts  T 
to  ZZ.     Presented  March  13.  1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2 

(This  vffolume  is  bound  in  two  parts.) 
Public    Accounts    of   Canada    for   the    fiscal    year     ended     March     31.     1921.       Presented 
March    13,    1922 Printed  for   distribution   and   sessional   papers. 

3.  Estimates  of  sums  required   for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for   the  year  endinp  on  the 

31st  March,   1923.      Presented   March   24,   1922. 

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,   1923.      Presented  June  23,   1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessio7ial  papers. 

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

the  year  ended  on  the  31st  March,  1922.     Presented  April  27,  1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

8.  Report  of  the  Superintendent  of  Insurance  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  the  year  ended 
31st  December,  1921 — Volume  I,  Insurance  Companies  other  than  Life;  Volume  II 
Life  Insurance  Companies.     Not  presented. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

10.  Twenty-ninth  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  for  the  fiscal 
year  ending  March   31,   1921.      Presented  March   9,   1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

10a  Report  relating  to  Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Subventions  for  the  fiscal  year  ending 
March  31,  1921,  with  traffic  returns,  etc.,  to  December  31,  1921.  Presented  April  28, 
^^22 • Printed  for  distribution   and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  3 

10i>  Annual  Report  of  the  Trade  of  Canada  (Imports  for  Consumption  and  Exports),  for  the 
fiscal  year  ended  March  31,   1921.     Presented  April   11.   1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  4 

lOrf    Criminal   Statistics   for  the   year  ended  September   30,   1921.     Not   presented. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

lOe.  Annual  Report  of  the  Weights  and  Measures,  Electricity  and  Gas  Inspection  Services  of  the 
Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1921.  Pre- 
.<!nnted   March    10.    1922 Printed  for   distribution   and   sessional   papers. 

I)   • 
43746—2 


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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  ^i— Concluded. 

10/  Report  of  the  Commissioner  of  Patents  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1921.  Pre- 
sented  March    10,    1922 Printed  for   distribution   and   sessional   papers. 

11.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise,  containing  accounts  of  revenue  with 
statements  relative  to  the  Imports,  Exports,  and  Excise  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada, 
for   the   fiscal    year   ended    March    31,    1921.      Presented    March    23,    1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 


CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  5 

llo  Shipping  Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise,  containing  the  Statements  ot 
Navigation  and  shipping  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March 
31,   1921.     Presented  March  23,   ld22 .  .  .  .Pnnted  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

12.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Health  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,   1921.     Pre- 

sented  March   17,    1922 Printed  for   distribution   and   sessional   papers. 

13.  Report  of  the  Chief  Electoral  Officer  on  the  Fourteenth  General  Election  for  the  House 

of   Commons   of  Canada,    1921.      Presented  April   28,    1922. 

Printed  for  distribution   and  sessional  papers. 

13a.  Report   of   By-Elections   for   the   House    of   Commons   of   Canada,    held    during   the    year 
1921.     Presented  April   10,   1922 Printed  for  distribution  a7id  sessional  papers. 

14.  Report  of  the  work  of  the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment  for  the  calen- 

dar year  ended  December  31,  1921.     Presented  March  24,  1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  a7id  sessional  papers 

15.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Agriculture  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ending 

March  31,   1921.     Presented  March  10,  1922. 

Printed    for     distribution     o?id     sessional    papers. 

15o    Report  on   "The   Agricultural   Instruction  Act,"   for  the   fiscal   year   1920-21.      Presented 
March   31,   1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

17.  Pulp  and  Paper  statistics,   1919 — Dominion  Bureau  of  Statistics.     Not  presented. 

Printed  for  distribution  and   sessional   papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  6 

17a    Fisheries  statistics,  1920 — Dominion  Bureau  of  Statistics.     Not  presented. 

Printed  for  distributioii   and   sessional  papers. 

18.  Report   of  the  Department  of  Immigration   and  Colonization,   for   the   fiscal   year   ended 

March   31,   1921.      Presented  March   23,   1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and   sessional   papers. 

19.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Public  Works  on  the  works  under  his   control   for  the  fiscal 

year  ended  March   31,   1921.     Presented  March   13,   1922. 

Printed    for     distribution     and     sessional     papers. 

20.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  for  the  fiscal  year  from  April 

1,  1920,  to  March  31,  1921.     Presented  March  17,  1922. 

Printed  for  distribution   and  sessional   papers. 

20a    Canal  Statistics  for  the  year  ending  December  31,  1921.     Not  presented. 

Printed    for     distribution     and     sessio7ial     papers. 

20c    Seventeenth  Report  of  the  Board  of  Railway  Commissioners  for  Canada,   for  the  year 
ending  December  31,  1921.     Manuscript.     Presented  March  31,  1922. 

Printed  for  distribution   and  sessional  papers. 

21.  Fifty-fourth  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Marine   and   Fisheries,   for  the   fiscal 

year   1920-21 — Marine.     Presented  March   10,   1922. 

Printed  for  distribution   a7td  sessio7uil   papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  7 

22.  List   of   Shipping,   issued   by  the   Department   of   Marine   and   Fisheries,   being   a   list   of 

vessels  on  the  registry  books  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  on  the  31st  December,  1921. 
Not   presented Printed  for   distribution   a^id   sessio7ial   papers. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  7— Concluded. 

23.  Supplement  to  the  Fifty-fourth  Annual   Report  of  the  Department  ot  Marine  and  Fish- 

eries  for   the   fiscal   year   1920-21    (Marine) — Steamboat   Inspection    Report.      Not   pre- 
sented   Printed    for    distribution    and    sessional    papers. 

24.  Report  of  the  Postmaster  General  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1921.     Presented  March 

10,   1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

25.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  the  Interior,   for  the   fiscal   year  ended  March   31, 

1!"21.      Presented   March    23,    1922 Printed  for   distribiition   and   sessional   papers. 

25:i  Annual  Report  of  the  Topographical  Surveys  Branch,  Department  of  the  Interior,  year 
1920-21.     Not  presented Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

251'  Seventeenth  Report  of  the  Geographic  Board  of  Canada,  containing  all  decisions  from 
April  1,  1919,  to  March  31,  1921.     Not  presented. 

Printed  for  distribution   and   sessional   papers. 

26.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Mines,  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1921.     Presented 

March  23,  1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  8 

27.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Indian  Affairs  for  the  year  ended  March  31,   1921. 

Presented  March  23,  1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

28.  Report  of  the  Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police  for  the  year  ended  September  30,   1921. 

Presented  March  13,  1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

29.  Report  of  the  Secretary  of  State  of  Canada  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1921.     Pre- 

sented  March    13,    1922 Printed   for   distribution   and   ses^onal   papers 

32.  Thirteenth  Annual  Report  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  of  Canada  for  the  year  1921. 

Presented  June  19,  1922 Printed  for  distiHbution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9 

33.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery  for  the  fiscal  year 

ended  March  31,  1921.     Presented  March  20,  1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

34.  Report  of  the   Secretary  of  State  for  External  Affairs  for  the   year  ending  March   31, 

1921.     I'resented  March  10,  1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

35.  Report  of  the  Superintendent  of  Penitentiaries  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1921. 

Presented   March    14,    1922 Printed   for   distribiition   and   sessional   papers. 

36.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Militia  and   Defence,   Canada,   for   the   fiscal   year  ending 

March  31,  1921.     Presented  March  13,  1922. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

37.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Labour  for  the   fiscal  year  ending   March   31,   1921.      Pre- 

sented  March   20,   1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessiona^  papers. 

39.  Report   of  the  Department  of  the  Naval    Service  for   the   fiscal   year  ended   March   31, 

1921.      Presented   March   13,    1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

40.  Fifty-fourth  Annual  Report  of  the  Fisheries  Branch  of  the  Department  of  the  Naval 

Service,    1920.     Not  presented Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

41.  Report  of  the  Board  of  Pension  Commissioners  for  Canada,   for  the  year  ending  March 

31,  1921.     Presented  March  13,  1922 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

42.  Reiurt  of  the  Joint  Librarians  of  Parliament,  for  1921.     Pre.sented  March  10,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

42'i  Cpv  of  Annual  Supplement  to  the  Catalogue  of  the  Library  of  Parliament:  Classified 
list  of  all  books  and  pamphlets  added  to  the  Library  from  January  1,  1921,  to  Decem- 
ber   31,    1921.      Presented    March    15,    1922 Not   printed. 

43.  Rtport  of  the  proceedings  of  the  Commissioners  of  Internal  Economy  of  the  House  of 

Commons  for  1921-22.     Presented  March   9,   1922 Not  printed. 

44.  Copies  of  Orders  in  Council   passed  under  the  provisions  of  Chapter   6,   8-9   George  V, 

"An  Act  to  authorize  Rearrangements  and  Transfers  of  duties  In  the  Public  Service." 
Presented   March    9,    1922 Not   printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  d— Continued. 

44a  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  923,  dated  26th  April,  1922,  transferring  the  control  and 
administration  of  the  Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police  from  the  Minister  of  Militia  and 
Defence  to  the  Minister  of  Justice,  under  the  provisions  of  Chapter  VI,  8-9  George  V. 
Presented  May   2,    1922 Not  printed. 

44b  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  957,  dated  May  3,  1922,  transferring  the  administration 
of  The  Government  Annuities  Act  to  the  Minister  of  Labour.     Presented  May  4,  1922. 

Not   printed. 

44c  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  1246,  dated  June  14,  1922,  authorizing  the  transfer  of 
the  Radiotelegraph  Service,  Hydrographic  Survey,  Tidal  and  Current  Survey  and 
Fisheries  Protection  Service,  from  the  jurisdiction  of  the  Minister  of  the  Naval  Service 
to  the  Minister  of  Marine  and  Fisheries.       Presented  June  27,   1922 Not  printed. 

45.  Copy   of  Rules  and  Regulations   of  the   Board   of   Grain    Commissioners   in   respect    to 

Country   Elevators.      Presented   March    9,    1922 .' Not   printed. 

46.  Copy  of  Orders  in  Council,  P.C.  360,  dated  13th  February,  1922,  authorizing  the  Minister 

of  Marine  and  Fisheries  to  undertake  the  administration  of  the  fisheries  in  the  tidal 
and  navigable  waters  of  Quebec  that  are  accessible  by  way  of  navigation  from  the 
sea.     Presented   March   9,    1922 Not   printed. 

46a  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  the  correspondence 
and  all  other  documents  regarding  the  transfer  of  fisheries  to  the  Province  of  Quebec. 
Presented  April  19,  1922.     Hon.  Mr,  Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

47.  Copy  of  Report  of  the  Canadian  delegate  to  the  Conference  on  the  Limitation  of  Arma- 

ments held  at  Washington,  November  12,  1921,  to  February  6,  1922,  including  Treaties 
and  Resolutions.     Presented  March   9   and  April   3,   1922. 

Printed  for  houtid  sessional  papers  and  distributed  to  Senators  and  Members. 

47a  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  24th  March,  1922. 
for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  correspondence  and  other  documents  exchanged 
between  the  Imperial  Government  and  the  Government  of  Canada,  and  all  corre- 
spondence passing  between  officers  of  the  Government  of  Canada  and  Sir  Robert 
Borden,  concerning  the  appointment  of  Sir  Robert  Borden  as  Canadian  representative 
at  the  International  Conference  for  the  limitation  of  armaments  at  Washington.  Also 
a  copy  of  any  Orders  in  Council  in  this  connection.  Presented  May  1,  1922.  Mr. 
Casgrain Not    printed. 

48.  Report  of  the  Conference  of  Prime  Ministers  and  Representatives  of  the  United  King- 

dom, The  Dominions,  and  India,  held  in  London,  England,  in  June,  July,  and  August, 
1921 — Summary    of    Proceedings    and    Documents.      Presented    March    9,    1922. 

Not  printed. 

49.  Orders  in  Council  in  respect  to  the  Naval  Service  as  follows:     P.C.   2112,  dated  the  20th 

June,  1921,  re  entry  of  Stewards  and  Cooks.  P.C.  2155,  dated  the  17th  August,  1921, 
re  allowance  to  Writer  ratings  who  have  qualified  in  Shorthand.  P.C.  3625,  dated  the 
17th  October  1921,  re  extra  pay  for  engineroom  ratings  and  cook  ratings  whilst  on 
ships  in  tropics.     Presented  March  13,   1922 Not  printed. 

49a  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  436,  March  21,  1922,  terms  under  which  officers  of  Royal  Navy 
may  be  loaned  to  the  Royal  Canadian  Nav-y.     Presented  March   30,   1922. 

Not  jnHnted. 

49b  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  1189,  dated  June  5,  1922,  authorizing  regulations  govern- 
ing the  retirement  and  discharge  of  officers  and  men  to  promote  economy  in  the  Naval 
Service.      Presented   June    8,    1922 Not   jtHnted. 

50.  Amendment  to  Radiotelegraph  Regulation,  No.    104.     Presented  March   13,    1922. 

Not  printed. 

51.  Report  of  the  administrative  chairman  of  the  Honorary  Advisory  Council  for  Scientific 

and  Industrial  Research  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1921.  Presented 
March    13,    1922 Not    printed. 

51a  Financial  Statement  of  the  Honorary  Advisory  Council  for  Scientific  and  Industrial 
Research  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1921.     Presented  March  22,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

52  Statement  of  Governor  General's  Warrants  issued  since  the  last  session  of  Parliament  on 
account   of   1921-22.      Presented   March    13,    1922 Not   printed. 

53.  Statement    of    Treasury    Board    over-rulings,    under    Section    44,    Consolidated    Revenue 

and  Audit   Act.     Presented   March   13,    1922 Not   printed. 

54.  Statement   of  Expenditure   on   account  of    "Miscellaneous   Unforeseen    Expenses,"    from 

the  1st  April,  1921,  to  the  8th  March,  1922,  in  accordance  with  the  Appropriation  Act 
1921-22.     Presented  March   13,   1922 Not  printed. 


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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9— Continued. 

55.  Statement   of    Temporary    Loans    under    Chapter    24,     Section     13,     R.S.     (Consolidated 

Revenue  and  Audit  Act).     Presented  March  13,  1922 Not  printed. 

56.  Statement  of  endorsements  made  or  liabilities  incurred  under  the  provisions  of  Chapter 

70,  10-11  Geo.  V,  An  Act  respecting  the  Shipbuilding  Industry.  Presented  March  13, 
1922 Not  printed. 

57.  Statement  of  Superannuation  and  Retiring  Allowances  In  the  Civil  Service  during  the 

year  ended  31st  December,  1921,  under  Chap.  17,  R.S.C.,  showing  name,  ranl<,  salary, 
age,  service  allowance  and  cause  of  retirement  of  each  person  superannuated  or 
retired,  also  whether  the  vacancy  has  been  filled  by  promotion,  or  by  appointment, 
and  the  salary  of  any  new  appointee.     Presented  March  13,  1922 Not  printed. 

58.  Statement  in  pursuance  of  Section  17  of  the  Civil  Service  Insurance  Act,  for  the  year 

ending  March  31,   1921.     Presented  March   13,   1922 Not  printed. 

59.  Statement  of  Returned  Soldiers'  Insurance  for  period  from  September  1,  1920,  to  March 

31,    1921.      Presented   March    13,    1922 Not   printed. 

60.  Statement  of  the  Receipts  and  Expenditures  of  the  Royal   Society  of  Canada,   for  the 

year  ended  April   30,    1921.      Presented   March    13,   1922 Not  printed. 

61.  Statement   of   Receipts   and   Expenditures   of    the    National    Battlefields    Commission    for 

the   year  ended   31st  March,   1921.      Presented   March   13,    1922 Not   printed. 

62.  Ordinances  of  the   Yukon   Territory  passed  by  the   Yukon   Council    (First  and    Second 

Sessions),  in  the  year  1921.     Presented  March   13,   1922 Not  printed. 

63.  Copies  of  General  Orders  promulgated  to  the  Militia  for  the  period  between  February  1, 

1921,  and  January   1,   1922.     Presented  March   13,   1922 Not  printed. 

64.  Appointments,    Promotions    and   Retirements,    Canadian    Militia   and    Canadian    Expedi- 

tionary Force,  from  February  3,  1921,  to  November  17,  1921.     Presented  March  13,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

65.  Copy  of  correspondence  between  the  late  Government  of  Canada  and  the  Government  ot 

Australia  with  respect  to  reciprocal  trade  with  Australia.     Presented  March  13,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

66.  Report  of  the  Chief  Electoral   Ofllcer  as  required  by   Section    74    of  the  Dominion   Elec- 

tions Act,  as  of  date  March  1,  1922.     Presented  March  14,  1922. 

Printed    for    distribution    to    Senators    and    Members. 

67.  Report   of  the   Ottawa  Improvement  Commission   for   the   fiscal   year   ended   March   31, 

1921.     Presented  March   14,   1922 * Not  printed. 

68.  Copies  of  Orders   in  Council   Nos.    P.C.    578,    P.C.    579,    P.C.    2507.    P.C.    2508,    P.C.    3979. 

P.C.  3980  and  P.C.  4725.  approving  tariffs  of  fees  of  elections  oflScers  under  section  76 
of  the  Dominion  Elections  Act.     Presented  March  14.  1922 Not  printed. 

69.  Amendments  to  Regulations  for  the  Canadian  Air  Force,  approved  by  the  Governor  in 

Council  under  Section  5  of  the  Air  Board  Act,  9-10,  George  V,  Chapter  11,  on  the  7th 
day  of  August,  1921,  and  the  12th  day  of  November,  1921.     Presented  March  15,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

70.  Copy  of  the  consolidated  and  revised  Orders  and  Rules  of  the  Court  of  King's  Bench  ot 

Saskatchewan,  in  accordance  with  Section  576  of  the  Criminal  Code.  Presented  March 
15,    1922 Not   printed. 

71.  Copy  of  General  Rules  and  Orders  of  the  Exchequer  Court  of  Canada,   in  accordance 

with  the  provisions  of  Section  88  of  the  Exchequer  Court  Act,  Chapter  140,  R.S.C., 
1906.      Presented    March    15,    1922 Not    printed. 

72.  Detailed  statement  of  all  bonds  or  securities  registered  in  the  Department  of  the  Secre- 

tary of  State  of  Canada,  since  last  return  (21st  February,  1921),  submitted  to  the 
Parliament  of  Canada  under  Section  32  of  Chapter  19,  of  the  Revised  Statutes  of 
Canada,   1906.     Presented  March   16,    1922 Not  printed. 

73.  Memorandum   of   Proprietary  or  Patent  Medicine   Act.   as   amended   by   Chap.    66,    9-10 

Geo.   v.      Presented   March    17,    1922 Not  printed. 

74.  Statement  of  Revenue  and  Expenditure  on  account  of  Marine  Hospitals   Service,   from 

April   1,    1921,   to   February    28,    1922.      Presented   March    17,    1922 Not  printed. 

75.  Fifth  Annual  Report  of  the  Editorial  Committee  on  Government  Publications,  dated  30th 

January,    1922.      Presented    March    17.    1922 Not    printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9— Continued. 

76.  Memorandum  presented  to  the  Dominion  Government  by  the  Canadian  Council  of  Agri- 

culture regarding  the  Re-establishment  of  the  Canadian  Wheat  Board.  Presented 
March   22,   1922 Not  printed. 

76a.  Written  opinion  of  the  Law  Officers  of  the  Crown  upon  the  question  of  the  constitu- 
tionality of  the  reconstitution  of  the  Wheat  Board  with  the  powers  conferred  thereon 
by  the  Orders  in  Council,  establishing  or  extending  the  same.     Presented  April  19,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

77.  Return  to  an  Address  of  the  Senate  of  the  22nd  March,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  the  Order  in 

Council  appointing  P.  C.  Larkin  as  High  Commissioner  for  Canada  in  London,  with  a 
copy  of  instructions  defining  his  powers  and  duties.  Presented  March  22,  1922.  Rt. 
Hon.    Sir    George    Foster Not    printed. 

78.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette,  between 

1st  January,  1921,  and  the  26th  January,  1922,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of 
Section  77  of  "The  Dominion  Lands  Act,"  Chapter  20,  7-8  Edward  VII.  Presented 
March  23,  1922 Not  printed. 

79.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette  between 

the  1st  January,  1921,  and  the  26th  January,  1922,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions 
of  Section  19,  Chapter  10,  1-2  George  V — "The  Forest  Reserves  and  Parks  Act." 
Presented  March  23,  1922 Not  lirinted. 

80.  Copies  of  Orders  in  Council  passed  between  the  1st  January,  1921,  and  the  26th  January, 

1922,  approving  of  regulations  and  forms  prescribed  in  accordance  with  the  provisions 
of  Section  4,  Chapter  18,  1917.  "Migratory  Birds  Convention  Act."  Presented  March 
23,  1922 Not  printed. 

81.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the   Canada   Gazette  and   in 

the  British  Columbia  Gazette,  between  1st  January,  1921,  and  the  26th  January,  1922, 
in  accordance  with  provisions  of  Subsection  (d)  of  Section  38  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.     Presented  March  23,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

82.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette,  between 

the  1st  January,  1921,  and  the  26th  January,  1922,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions 
of  Section  5  of  "The  Dominion  Lands  Survey  Act,"  Chapter  21,  7-8  Edward  VII. 
Presented  March  23,  1922 Not  printed. 

83.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette,  between 

the  1st  January,  1921,  and  the  26th  January,  1922,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions 
of  Chapter  l7,  2  George  V,  entitled  "The  Railway  Belt  Water  Act."  Presented  March 
23,  1922 Not  printed. 

84.,  Return  showing  all  lands  sold  by  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Company  during  tha 
year  ended  30th  September,  1921,  together  with  the  names  of  the  purchasers,  in 
accordance  with  49  Victoria,  Chapter  9,   Section  8.     Presented  March  23,   1922. 

Not    printed. 

85.  Ordinances  passed  during  the  period  1st  March,  1921,  to  28th  February,  1922,  in  accord- 

ance with  provisions  of  Section  11,  Chapter  62,  Revised  Statutes  of  Canada,  1906, 
Northwest  Territories  Act.      Presented   March   23,    1922 Not  printed. 

86.  Return  showing  the  number  of  permits  granted  to  take  intoxicants  into  the  North  West 

Territories,  for  the  year  ended  the  31st  of  December,  1921,  in  accordance  with  tha 
provisions  of  the  Revised  Statutes,  Chapter  62,     Section  88.     Presented  March  23,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

87.  Regulations  made  under  the  authority  of  the   Soldier  Setltement  Act,   1919,  pursuant  to 

Subsection  2  of  Section  63.     Presented  March  23.  1922 Not  printed. 

88.  Statement   showing   the    number   of   Enfranchisements    under    the    Indian   Act,    from    1st 

April,   1921,   to   9th   March,    1922.      Presented    March    24,    1922 Not   printed. 

89.  Report    of    the    International    Joint    Commission    on    the    St.    Lawrence    Navigation    and 

Power  Investigation,  1921. 
Appendices  A,  B,  C.  D,  E,  B2,  F,  Ga,  Gb,  H,  I,  J,  K,  L,   M,  N,  O,  and  Book  of  Plates. 
Presented  March  27  and  April  19,  1922 Not  printed. 

89«-  Correspondence  between  the  Government  of  Canada  and  the  United  States  Government 
concerning  the  St.  Lawrence  River  Improvement  scheme.     Presented  May  30,  1922. 

Printed  for  sessio7ial  papers  and  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9— Continued. 

89b.  Copy  of  Progress  Report  No.  3  of  the  Commission  appointed  by  the  State  of  New  Yorlt 
In  opposition  to  the  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Canal  and  Power  Project.  Presented  June  5, 
1922    2Vot  jrrinted. 

89c.  Copy  of  Preliminary  Report  of  the  Commission  appointed  by  the  State  of  New  York  in 
opposition  to  the  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Canal  and  Power  Project.     Presented  June  12,  1922. 

Not  printed. 

SQd.  Copy  of  Progress  Report  No.  1  of  the  Commission  appointed  by  the  State  of  New  York 
in  opposition  to  the  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Canal  and  Power  Project.  Presented  June  12, 
1922 Not    printed. 

89e.  Copy  of  Progress  Report  No.  2  of  the  Commission  appointed  by  the  State  of  New  York 
in  opposition  to  the  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Canal  and  Power  Project.  Presented  June  12, 
1922 Not    jrrinted. 

89/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  for  a  copy  of  all  reports  and  correspondence  in  rela- 
tion to  the  St.  Lawrence  River  Ship  Canal.  Presented  June  27,  1922.  Hon.  Mr. 
Casgrain Not  printed. 

90.  Report  of  the  Soldier  Settlement  Board  on  its  activities  and  operations  from   its  incep- 

tion, January  31,  1918.  to  March  31,  1921.     Presented  March  29,   1922.  ..  .Not  printed. 

91.  Statement  of  Remissions  and  Refunds  in  Tolls  and  Duties,  recorded  in  the  Department 

of  the  Secretary  of  State  of  Canada,  for  year  ended  March  31,  1921.  Presented 
March  30,   1922 Not  printed. 

92.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, petitions,  accounts  and  all  other  documents  in  possession  of,  or  under  the 
control  of  the  Government  of  Canada,  relating  to  the  musical  instruments  of  the  112th 
Battalion,  Canadian   Expeditionary  Force.     Presented  March   30,    1922.     Mr.   Martell. 

Not  printed. 

93.  Report    of    the    Director    of    Dominion    Experimental    Farms    for    the    fiscal    year    ended 

March    31,    1921.      Presented    March    31,    1922 Not   printed. 

94.  Regulations  under  "The  Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act,"  pursuant  to  Section  9,  Chapter 

31  of  9-10  Edward  VII.     Presented  March  31,  1922 Not  jyrinted. 

95.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  24th  March,   1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  petitions.  Orders  in  Council  and  all  other  documents 
in  the  possession  of  or  under  the  control  of  the  Government,  relating  to  the  application 
or  request  made  for  a  lease  of  the  lands  and  premises  of  "Fort  Edward"  (so  called), 
in  the  town  of  Windsor,  Nova  Scotia,  for  a  public  play  ground,  or  for  the  right  of 
use  of  the  Windsor  Golf  and  Tennis  Club.     Presented  March  31,  1922.     Mr.  Martell. 

Not  printed. 

96.  Second  Annual   Report  of  retirements   under  the   Public   Service  Act,    1920,   as  amended 

1921,  from  July  1,  1920,  the  date  of  the  inception  of  the  Act,  to  December  31,  1921. 
Presented    April    4,    1922 Not    printed. 

97.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March,   1922,   for  a  Return  showing  what 

amount  of  money  has  l)een  spent  by  the  Federal  (Government  in  harbour  improvements 
of  all  kinds  in  each  of  the  ports  of  Quebec,  Montreal,  Halifax,  St.  John,  New  Bruns- 
wick, Victoria,  Vancouver  and  Prince  Rupert,  during  the  years  1900  to  1921,  inclusive. 
Presented  April   4,   1922.      Mr.    McBride Not   printed. 

98.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  April,   1922,   for  a  copy  of  all   documents, 

correspondence,  letters  and  telegrams  passed  between  the  Minister  of  Immigration  or 
any  of  his  officials,  and  persons,  companies,  organizations,  since  January  1st,  1922, 
regarding  the  placing  of  immigrants  upon  land  in  the  Provinces  of  Manitoba,  Saskatche- 
wan or  Alberta.     Presented  April  6,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens Not  printed. 

99.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  24th  March,  1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  petitions,  letters,  telegrams,  memoranda.  Orders  in  Council,  and  all 
other  documents  in  the  possession  of  or  under  the  control  of  the  Government,  relating 
to  the  establishment  of  a  Department  of  Fisheries  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  to  be 
presided  over  and  administered  by  a  Minister  of  Fisheries  and  officers  independent 
of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries.     Presented  April   6,   1922.     Mr.   Martell. 

Not  printed. 

99a.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the 
24th  March,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  petitions,  letters,  telegrams,  memoranda.  Orders  in 
Council  and  all  otht-r  documents  in  the  possession  of  or  under  the  control  of  the 
Government,  relating  to  the  establishment  of  a  Department  of  Fisheries  for  the 
Dominion  of  Canada,  to  be  presided  over  and  administered  by  a  Minister  of  Fisheries 
and  officers  independent  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries.  Presented 
April    10,    1922.      Mr.    Martell Not    printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  ^—Co^itinued. 

100.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2&th  March,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing  amount 

of  money  paid  to  the  Right  Honourable  C.  J.  Doherty  since  the  11th  of  May,  1855,  (a) 
As  Judge;  (6)  As  Retired  Judge;  (c)  For  transportation  and  other  expenses  while 
serving  as  Judge;  (d)  For  indemnity  while  a  Member  of  the  House  of  Commons;  (e) 
Travelling  and  other  expenses  while  acting  as  a  Member  of  Parliament ;  (/)  As  a 
Minister  of  the  Crown;  (g)  As  travelling  and  other  expenses  while  acting  as  a 
Minister  of  the  Crown;  (h)  As  travelling  and  other  expenses  during  his  ofHcial 
missions  in  Europe  and  the  United  States;  (i)  As  counsel  on  the  Boundary  arbitration 
proceedings  between  Canada  and  Newfoundland  on  the  Labrador  Coast ;  and  (;')  As 
Lawyer  and  Counsel  in  any  other  cases  given  to  him  by  the  Canadian  Government. 
Presented  April  6,  1922.     Mr.  Lanctot Xot  printed. 

101.  Fourth  Annual  Report  of  the  Board  of  Historical  Publications,   dated  30th  March,   1922. 

Presented  April  7,  1922 Xot  printed. 

102.  Copy  of  Report  for  the  year  1921  of  positions  excluded  under  the  provisions  of  Section 

38B,  from  the  operation  of  the  Civil  Service  Act,  1918,  as  amended  by  Chap.  22,  11-12 
Geo.  v. — Part  I  in  whole.     Part  II  in  part.     Presented  April  7,  1922 Not  printed. 

103.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  April,  1922.  for  a  Return  showing:     1.  The 

number  of  buildings  or  parts  of  buildings  rented  by  the  Government  in  the  city  of 
Ottawa  for  office  purposes.  2.  The  rental  paid  in  each  case.  Presented  April  7,  1922. 
Mr.    Lucas    Not   printed. 

104.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  April.   1922.   for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, memoranda  and  other  documents  passed  between  the  Minister  of  Labour  and 
Mr.   J.   B.   McLachlan.      Presented  April    10,   1922.      Mr.    Stewart    (Leeds). 

Not  printed. 

105.  1-   Copy   of   Memorandum   on   Anglo-French   relations   and    of   the    draft   of   the   proposed 

treaty  with  France  presented  by  the  Prime  Minister  of  the  United  Kingdom  to  Mr. 
Briand  at  the  meeting  of  the  Supreme  Council  at  Cannes,  January,  1922.  2.  Copy  of 
Resolutions  adopted  by  the  Supreme  Council  at  Cannes,  January,  1922,  as  the  basis 
of   the    Genoa    Conference.      Presented    April    11,1922 Not   printed. 

105a-  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  17th  May^  1922, 
for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  exchanged  between  the  Government  of  Italy  and  the 
Canadian  Government,  in  reference  to  the  International  Conference  now  being  held 
at  Genoa,  Italy,  including  the  Order  in  Council  appointing  delegates  for  Canada,  and 
all  instructions  given  to  the  said  delegates  by  the  Government  of  Canada.  Presented 
May   22,   1922.     Mr.   Boys Not  printed. 

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

ber  31,    1921.     Presented  April    11,    1922 Not   printed. 

106a.  Lists  (a)  of  Shareholders  in  Quebec  Savings  Banks:  (h)  of  Unclaimed  Balances,  etc., 
in  Quebec  Savings  Banks — made  in  accordance  with  Sections  58  and  59  of  Chap.  42, 
Acts  of  1913    (Quebec  Savings  Bank  Act).     Presented  April  11,  1922 Not  printed. 

106&-  Lists  of  Unclaimed  Balances,  etc.,  in  Canadian  Chartered  Banks,  in  accordance  with 
Section   114,  Chap.   9,  Acts  of  1913    (The   Bank  Act.)      Presented  April   11,   1922. 

Not    printed. 

107.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the   House  of  the   24th   March,   1922.   for  a   copy   of   all  petitions, 

letters,  memoranda  and  other  documents  in  any  way  referring  to  negotiations  carried 
on  for  the  last  three  years  between  the  Government  of  Canada  or  any  Department 
thereof,  and  the  Inverness  Railway  and  Coal  Company,  concerning  the  purchase  of  said 
road  by  the  Government.     Presented  April   19,   1922.     Mr.   Chisholm Not  printed. 

108.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  April,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  What 

amount  of  money  has  already  been  advanced  the  Quebec  Harbour  Commissioners  by 
the  Government  of  Canada,  and  what  are  the  dates  of  such  advances.  2.  "What  are 
the  present  terminal  or  wharf  facilities  at  the  harbour  of  Quebec.  3.  Whether  the 
said  terminal  and  wharf  facilities  are  being  fully  utilized.      4.  If  not,   to  what  extent. 

5.  The   daily   capacity   of   the   said    facilities,    both    for    incoming   and    outgoing    freight 

6.  What  has  been  the  daily  average  use  of  such  capacity  during  the  season  of  naviga- 
tion. 7.  Whether  such  advances  are  subject  to  interest.  8.  If  so,  whether  such  interest 
has  been  paid  in  full.  9.  If  not  in  full,  what  amount,  if  any,  has  been  paid.  10.  The 
total  arrears  of  interest.  11.  What  additional  facilities,  if  any,  are  now  proposed  to 
be   installed.      Presented  April   19,    1922.      Sir   Henry   Drayton Not   printed. 

109.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the   Governor  General   of  the    3rd  April,   1922, 

for  a  copy  of  the  correspondence  with  the  proprietors  of  the  Quebec,  Oriental  and 
Atlantic  and  the  Quebec  and  Western  Railways  or  other  persons  on  their  behalf, 
concerning  the  operation  or  merging  of  these  two  roads  with  the  Canadian  National 
System.     Presented  April   19,   1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9— Continued. 

110.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  April,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing:     1.  What 

dry  docks  are  located  and  operated  at  Vancouver,  Victoria,  Prince  Rupert,  Halifax, 
St.  John,  Quebec,  and  Montreal,  respectively.  2.  When  they  were  built  and  put  into 
commission.  3.  What  the  dimensions  of  each  dry  dock  are.  4.  What  the  total  grross 
tonnage  was  entering  and  leaving  the  Ports  of  Vancouver,  Victoria,  Prince  Rupert 
Halifax,  St.  John,  Quebec,  and  Montreal  respectively,  during  the  year  1921.  Pre- 
sented  April    19,    1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Stevens '. Not   printed. 

111.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the   10th  April,   1922,   for  a  Return   showing  what 

amount  of  money  has  been  spent  by  the  Government  of  Canada  each  year  from  1896 
to  1921  on  the  following  harbours:  St.  John,  Halifax,  Quebec,  Montreal,  Toronto, 
Hamilton,  Victoria  and  Vancouver.     Presented  April  19,  1922.     Mr.  Church. 

Not    printed. 

112.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  10th  April,  1922, 

for  a  copy  of  the  Order  in  Council  dated  April  twenty-first,  1921,  which  provided  for 
the  distribution  of  the  sum  granted  as  a  bonus  to  Civil  Servants.  Presented  April  19, 
1922.      Mr.   Garland    (Carleton) Not.  printed. 

113.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents, 

contracts,  agreements,  correspondence,  letters,  memoranda  and  other  documents,  pass- 
ing between  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  and  the  Grand  Trunk  Railway 
Company,  and  between  either  of  them  with  the  various  brokers  and  others  who  had  to 
do  w-ith  the  placing  of  the  loan  made  by  the  Grand  Trunk  Railway  Compa,ny  for 
Twenty-five  million  dollars  during  the  year  1921.  Presented  April  19,  1922.  Mr. 
Putnam Not     printed. 

114.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  10th  of  April,  1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents,  including  the 
Orders  in  Council,  relative  to  the  appointment  and  dismissal  and  reinstatement,  as 
clerk,  at  the  Montreal  Post  Office,  of  Jean  Jacques  Caisse.  Presented  April  19.  1922. 
Hon.   Mr.   Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed 

115.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  April,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing:     1.  The 

total  expenditure  for  the  year  1921  of  the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establish- 
ment. 2.  The  total  expenditure  of  the  Department  divided  with  respect  to — (a) 
Pensions;  (b)Treatment ;  (c)  Vocational  Training;  (d)  Land  Settlement;  and  (e) 
Relief  of  the  unemployed.  3.  The  total  expenditure  of  this  Department  for  the  year 
1921  for — (a)  Administration  of  Pensions;  (b)  Administration  and  costs  of  treatment; 
(c)  Pay  and  allowances  of  those  on  treatment;  (d)  Administration  and  costs  of  Voca- 
tional training  (e)  Pay  and  allowances  of  those  on  vocational  training;  (/)  Land 
Settlement  Loans;  (g)  Administration  costs  of  land  settlement;  (ft)  Unemployment 
relief  and  (i)  Administration  costs  of  unemployment  relief.  4.  The  total  expenditure 
for  the  year  1921  for  the  staff  salaries,  and  maintenance  costs  of  each  hospital.  5.  The 
number  of  persons,  full  and  part  time,  who  were  on  each  hospital  staff,  and  the  average 
number  of  patients  on  the  strength  of  each  hospital.  6.  The  total  expenditure  for  the 
year  1921  for  travelling  expenses  of  the  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment  officials, 
patients  not  included.  7.  The  travelling  expenses  of  each  Commissioner  of  the  Pension 
Board  for  the  year  1921.     Presented  April   20,   1922.      Mr.   Duff Not  printed. 

116.  Return   to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the   19th   April,   1922,    for  a   Return   showing:      1. 

Quantity  of  coal  imported  from  the  United  States  into  Canada  in  the  years  1918-19, 
1919-20,  1920-21  by  the  Government  of  Canada  for  use  upon  (a)  Railways;  (b) 
Federal  buildings  and  public  works.  2.  Amount  of  coal  imported  by  the  Government 
of  Canada  from  the  United  States  during  the  above  mentioned  years  for  the  use  upon 
railways  (o)  East  of  Lake  Superior;  (b)  West  of  Lake  Superior.  3.  Cost  of  coal  per 
ton  imported  by  the  Government  of  Canada  from  the  United  States  during  the  above- 
mentioned  years  (a)  at  point  of  production;  (b)  at  point  of  Canadian  delivery.  Pre- 
sented April  20,   1922.     Mr.  Logan Not  printed. 

116a-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  dated  April  27,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  The 
quantity  of  (a)  bituminous  and  (b)  anthracite  coal  imported  from  the  United  Statfs 
into  Canada  in  each  of  the  years  1896  until  1921,  inclusive.  2.  The  quantity  of  (a) 
bituminous  and  (b)  anthracite  coal  imported  from  the  United  States  into  Canada  in 
each  of  the  years  1896  until  1921,  inclusive,  by  the  Government  of  Canada  for  use 
upon  (1)  railways;  (2)  Federal  buildings  and  public  work.s.  3.  The  amount  of  (o) 
bituminous  and  (b)  anthracite  coal  imported  by  the  Government  of  Canada  from  th-.* 
United  States  during  the  above-mentioned  years  for  use  upon  railways  (1)  East  of 
Lake  Superior;  (2)  West  of  Lake  Superior.  4.  The  cost  of  such  coal  per  ton  imported 
by  the  Government  of  Canada  from  the  United  States  during  the  above-mentioned 
years  (1)  at  point  of  production;  (2)  at  point  of  Canadian  delivery.  Presented  June 
26,    1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Tanner Not    printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  d—Contirmed. 

117.  Return  to   an  Order  of   the  House   of  the   19th   April,    1922.    for   a   return   showing:      1. 

Amount  of  compensation  paid  out  of  the  vote  for  health  of  animals,  for  cattle  slaught- 
ered affected  with  tuberculosis,  during  each  of  the  years  ending  March  31,  1920,  1921, 
and  1922.  2.  Proportion  of  this  amount  paid  for  animals  slaughtered  in  herds  supply- 
ing milk  to  the  people  in  cities,  towTis  and  villages ;  not  necessarily  pure-bred  animals, 
during  the  years  referred  to.  3.  Proportion  of  the  total  grant  paid  for  animals  under 
what  is  knowm  as  the  accredited  herd  system  of  pure-bred  animals,  during  each  of 
the  years  referred  to.  4.  Amount  paid  out  in  connection  with  each  of  the  pure  breeds 
for  which  compensation  was  paid  during  each  of  the  above  years.  5.  Average  compen- 
sation per  animal  paid  in  connection  with  each  breed  referred  to  in  question  four, 
during  each  of  the  above  years.  6.  Total  compensation  paid  in  connection  with  each 
breed  in  each  province  during  each  of  the  three  years  referred  to.  7.  Number  of 
veterinary  inspectors  employed  by  the  health  of  animals  branch  of  the  Department  in 
connection  with  the  health  of  animals  during  each  of  the  three  years  referred  to.  8. 
Total  amount  paid  in  salaries  to  inspectors  under  the  health  of  animals  branch  during 
the    years    above-mentioned.      Presented    April    24,    1922.      Mr.    Sutherland. 

Not  printed. 

118.  Return   to   an   Order   of  the   House   of  the   24th   April,    1922,   for   a   Return   .showing:      1. 

Names,  positions  and  salary  of  the  employees  of  the  Chief  Architect's  branch.  Public 
Works  Department,  who  worked  on  the  three  classifications  which  were  posted  in  the 
branch.  2.  "Which  of  the  three  classifications  was  approved  by  the  Deputy  Minister 
and  recommended  to  the  Commission.  3.  On  what  date,  month  and  year  reports  or 
cards  for  classification  from  Chief  Architect's  branch  were  received  by  the  Commission. 
4.  Whether  after  such  reports  or  cards  for  classification  were  received  by  the  Commis- 
sion, there  were  any  other  special  ones  issued.  5.  If  so,  on  what  date,  month  and  year 
they  were  issued.  6.  By  whom  they  were  requested.  7.  Names,  positions  and  salary 
of  the  persons  to  whom  they  were  issued.  8.  Whether  all  the  employees  were 
informed.  If  not,  why.  9.  Duties  of  those  who  received  these  cards.  10.  For  what 
position  and  salary  each  of  them  was  requested  to  fill  in  these  cards.  11.  To  what 
positions  and  salaries  they  were  classified.  12.  Position  and  salary  of  each  when  the 
first  and  second  classifications  were  ix)sted.  13.  Amount  of  back  pay  each  received. 
14.  Their  position  and  salary,  also  the  year  they  were  appointed  in  the  service.  Pre- 
sented April  24,  1922.     Mr.  Fournier Not  printed. 

119.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  22nd  March,  1922,  for  a  Statement  showing: — 

The  number  of  soldiers  who  were  established  on  land  in  the  different  provinces,  the 
amount  of  money  expended  by  the  Government  for  that  purpose,  and  whether  any 
part  of  that  money  was  reimbursed,  and  how  many  after  a  certajn  time  left  the  farms 
upon  which  they  had  commenced  to  work.     Presented  April  26,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.  David. 

Not    printed. 

120.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    Senate,    dated    March    31,    1922,    for    a    Return    showing: 

1.  How  much  money  has  been  expended  to  date  by  the  Lignite  Utilization  Board  experi- 
menting in  carbonizing  lignite  near  Bienfait,  Sask.  2.  Names  of  Commissioners  and 
amount  paid  to  each,  (a)  for  salaries;  (b)  for  expenses.  3.  When  active  work  was 
stopped.  4.  Names  of  Engineers  now  employed  or  who  have  been  employed,  and 
amount  paid  to  each,     (o)   for  salaries;    (6)   for  expenses.     5.  What  did  buildings  cost. 

6.  How  many  houses   have   been   built   for   Officers   and   Engineers,    and   cost   of   same. 

7.  How  many  houses  have  been  built  for  workmen,  and  cost  of  same.  8.  What  has 
been  cost  of  w^ater  supply,  (a)  for  plant;  (b)  for  houses.  9.  What  is  the  estimated 
cost  of  completing  the  experiments.  10.  How  many  oflScers,  engineers  and  workmen 
were  on  the  pay  list  for  February,  1922.  11.  Who  owns  the  land  in  which  the  plant 
and  houses  are  built.  12.  WTio  is  the  directing  head  in  connection  with  the  above 
experiments.  13.  Is  the  National  Research  Council  of  Canada  in  any  way  connected 
with  the  above-mentioned  experiments.  14.  What  payments,  if  any,  have  been  made, 
or  are  to  be  made  to  the  National  Research  Council  or  any  member  thereof.  Pre- 
sented  April    26,    1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Turriff Not   printed. 

121.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  April,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:     1.  The 

names  of  the  Trustees,  under  The  Bankruptcy  Act,  for  the  district  of  Montreal.  2. 
When  they  were  appointed,  and  their  respective  occupations  before  appointment.  Pre- 
sented April  27,  1922.     Mr.  Archambault Not  printed. 

122.  Return   to   an   Order   of  the   House   of   the    3rd   April,    1922,    for   a   copy   of   the   petition 

presented  by  Mr.  A.  Wick  and  others,  asking  for  improved  methods  in  the  Quebec 
Fisheries,  together  wath  all  correspondence  and  other  documents  relating  thereto. 
Presented  May  1,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.   Marcil   (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

123.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  March,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, petitions  and  other  documents  in  any  way  referring  to  the  superannuation 
of  John  C.  McQuarrie,  section  foreman  at  West  Bay  Road,  Inverness  County.  Pre- 
sented  May   1,    1922.      Mr.    Chisholm Not    printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9— Continued. 

124.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  memoranda,  telegrams  and  other  documents,  referring  to  the  placing  of  the 
insurance  upon  the  Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company  and  the  Grand  Trunk 
Pacific  Company,  since  the  date  of  the  placing  of  said  insurance  up  to  the  present 
time.      Presented    May    1,    1922.      Mr.    Macdonald    (Pictou) Not   printed. 

125.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24lh  April,  1922,  for  a  return  showing  a  list  of 

the  names  of  persons  from  Poland,  Roumania  or  Russia,  who  were  allowed  to  enter 
Canada  under  bond  to  go  farminp:,  and  who  have  been  found,  on  investigation,  to  have 
violated   terms   of   the   said   bond.      Presented    May    1,    1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Stevens. 

Not     printed. 

126.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  April,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:     1.  How 

many  Stallion  Clubs  received  a  premium  or  bonus  from  the  vote  for  live  stock  during 
the  year  1921.  2.  Total  amount  so  distributed,  and  the  number  of  said  clubs  which 
received  such  grants,  in  each  province,  during  the  said  year.  3.  Number  of  pure-bred 
sires  of  each  breed  distributed  by  the  Department  of  Agriculture  during  the  five  years 
ending  March  ;!1,  1922.  4.  Number  of  animals  placed  in  each  province,  and  at  what 
total  cost  per  province,  during  the  said  period.  5.  Amount  paid  out  by  the  Depart- 
ment of  Agriculture  in  payment  of  freight  and  expenses  on  car  lots  of  cattle,  during 
the  year  1921.  6.  Amount  so  paid  in  each  province  during  the  said  year.  7.  Amount 
paid  out  by  the  Department  of  Agriculture  in  grants  on  payment  of  freight  on  feed  or 
live  stock  during  each  of  the  years  1919,  1920  and  1921.  8.  How  much  of  this  amount 
was  paid  out  in  each  province  during  the  above-mentioned  years.  9.  Whether  any 
complaints  have  been  made  to  the  Department  of  Agriculture  during  the  past  year 
against  live  stock  commission  firms  operating  at  the  live  stock  yard  markets  under  regu- 
lations of  the  dei)artment.  10.  If  .so,  the  names  of  the  agents  complained  of  at  each 
market,  their  respective  offences  and  penalties  imposed.  Presented  May  2,  1922.  Mr. 
Sutherland    Not  printed. 

127.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  24th  April,  1922,  for 

a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  exchanged 
between  the  Canadian  and  the  British  Governments,  respecting  an  Address  passed  by 
the  Canadian  I'arliament  on  the  subject  of  extra-territorality  rights  of  the  Dominion 
Presented   May   2,    1922.      Rt.   Hon.    Mr.   Meighen Not  printed. 

128.  Return   to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency   the  Governor  General   of  the   3rd   April,    1922, 

for  a  coi)y  of  all  correspondence  passed  during  the  year  1921,  between  the  Prime 
Minister  of  Canada  and  the  Prime  Minister  of  Ontario,  relating  to  the  activities  of 
Honourable  Manning  Doherty  in  England  on  the  subject  of  the  Cattle  Embargo. 
Presented    May    2,    1922.      Mr.    White Not    printed. 

129.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

telegrams  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  Minister  of  Marine  and  Fish- 
eries and  the  Harbour  Commissioners  at  Quebec  or  any  of  them,  since  the  taking  ot 
office  of  the  present  Government.      Presented   May   4,    1922.     Rt.    Hon.    Mr.    Meighen. 

Not     printed. 

130.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence. 

telegrams  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  Department  of  Immigration 
and  Colonization  or  any  of  its  officers  or  employees,  and  W.  A.  Rae,  and  Mr.  Crandall, 
representing  the  Department,  or  between  said  Department  and  any  one  else  relating 
to  the  case  of  Lee  Holland  and  the  question  of  his  deportation.  Presented  May  4, 
1922.     Rt.  Hon.   Mr.  Meighen    Not  printed. 

131.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24ih  April,  1922,  for  a  return  showing  a  list  of 

the  names  of  the  persons  who  were  employed  as  newspaper  censors  during  the  war. 
the  name  and  location  of  the  newspapers  which  were  censored,  the  date  of  censorship 
and  a  copy  of  the  articles  censored.  Also  a  copy  of  the  regulations  of  the  said  censor- 
ship.    Presented  May  4,   1922.     Mr.  Archambault Not  printed. 

132.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the   3rd   May,   1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relative  to  the  Petition  of  the 
Eastern  LaHave  Transportation  Company.  Limited,  and  others,  to  the  Secretary  of 
State  for  External  Affairs,  and  of  all  communications  and  replies  from  the  United 
States  Government  relative  to  the  said  Petition  and  to  the  facts  disclosed  therein. 
Presented   May   4,    1922.      Mr.    Macdonald    (Pictou) Not  printed. 

133.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  March  29,  1922,  for  a  statement  showing:     The 

number  of  passengers  to  and  from  points  north  and  west  of  Moncton,  from  points  on 
the  C.N.R.  (a)  East  of  New  Glasgow;  (b)  from  Halifax  (excluding  passengers  from 
abroad  travelling  on  through  tickets  in  both  cases).  Presented  May  4.  1922.  Hon. 
Mr.    MrLennan    Not   printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  d— Continued. 

134.  Return  to   an   Order  of  the   House   of   the   19th   April,    1922,    for   a   return   showing:      1. 

Offices,  buildings  or  parts  of  buildings  rented  for  Government  purposes  in  the  city  of 
Calgary.  2.  From  what  owners  and  through  what  rental  agents  such  offices,  buildings 
or  parts  of  buildings  are  rented.  3.  Rental  paid  in  each  case.  4.  For  what  period 
such  offices,  buildings  or  parts  of  buildings  are  rented.  5.  Which  of  such  leases,  if 
any,  have  been  renewed  by  the  present  Government.  Presented  May  5,  1922.  Mr. 
Shaw Not  printed 

135.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  March,   1922,   for  a  return  showing  the 

names  of  all  persons  dismissed  from  the  Sorel  Shipyards  since  the  29th  of  December, 
1921,  together  with  the  cause  of  dismissal  in  each  case.  Also  showing  the  names  of 
all  persons  taken  on  at  the  said  shipyards  during  the  same  period,  showing  the  cause 
for  employment  of  each  person.     Presented  May  5,  1922.     Mr.  Hanson.  .  .  .Not  printed. 

136.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  May,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:  1.  Sums  of 

money  voted  by  the  Federal  Government  for  the  Harbour  of  Toronto  in  the  years  191:'., 
1913,  1914,  1915,  1916,  1917,  1918,  1919,  1920  and  1921.  2.  Sums  spent  by  the  Federal 
Government  for  the  Harbour  of  Toronto  in  the  same  years.  3.  Nature  of  the  works 
done  with  the  said  amounts.  4.  Number  of  steamers  containing  freight  entered  at 
the  customs  of  the  port  of  Toronto  in  the  fiscal  years  1920-21  and  1921-22.  5.  Total 
dead  weight  tonnage  of  the  said  vessels  in  the  two  fiscal  years  mentioned.  Presented 
May    8,    1922.      Mr.    Archambault Not    printed. 

137.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  April,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:     1.  The 

total  payments  made  in  each  year  by  the  Government  from  1914  to  date,  (a)  to  or 
for  the  Canadian  Northern  System,  (d)  to  or  for  the  the  Grand  Trunk  System,  (c) 
to  or  for  the  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  System,  (d)  to  or  for  the  National  Transcontinental, 
and  (e)  for  the  Intercolonial,  distinguishing  in  each  year  the  amounts  loaned  by  the 
Crown,  and  in  the  case  of  the  Intercolonial  Railway,  distinguishing  between  expendi- 
ture charged  to  revenue  and  expenditure  charged  to  capital.  2.  The  several  amounts 
in  each  year  that  were  guaranteed  for  the  said  railways  during  the  said  periods,  and 
the  amount  not  borrowed  of  any  amount  guaranteed.  3.  What  portions  of  those 
amounts  so  paid  or  guaranteed  (other  than  with  respect  to  the  Intercolonial)  were  for 
capital  expenditure  and  what  sums  were  to  meet  deficits.  4.  What  amount  of  each 
loan  guaranteed  was  for  refunding  purposes.  Presented  May  8,  1922.  Mr.  Kennedy 
(Glengarry   and    Stormont) Not   printed. 

138.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  corre- 

spondence, telegrams,  orders,  instructions  and  other  documents  exchanged  between 
the  Solicitor  General  or  any  member  of  his  Department,  and  Alfred  J.  Andrews,  rela- 
tive to  the  strike  in  Winnipeg  during  the  year  1919.  Presented  May  8,  1922.  Mr. 
McMurray Not     printed 

138a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  corre- 
spondence, telegrams,  orders,  instructions  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the 
Minister  of  the  Interior  or  any  member  of  his  Department  and  Alfred  J.  Andrews, 
relative  to  the  strike  in  Winnipeg  during  the  year  1919.  Presented  May  11,  1922. 
Mr.    McMurray    Not    printed. 

138&.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  corre- 
spondence, telegrams,  orders,  instructions  and  other  documents,  exchanged  between 
the  Minister  of  Justice,  the  Minister  of  Labour,  the  Solicitor  General,  the  Minister  of 
the  Interior,  or  any  person  connected  with  these  Departments,  and  General  Kitchen, 
relative  to  the  strike  in  Winnipeg  during  the  year  1919.  Presented  May  15,  1922. 
Mr.    McMurray Not    printed. 

138c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  corre- 
spondence, telegrams,  orders,  instructions  and  other  documents,  exchanged  between 
the  Minister  of  Labour  or  any  Member  of  his  Department  and  Alfred  J.  Andrews,  in 
connection  with  the  strike  in  Winnipeg  in  the  year  1919.  Presented  May  19,  1922. 
Mr.    McMurray Not    printed. 

139.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  April,  1922.  for  a  return  showing:     1.  The 

number  of  persons  made  permanent  in  the  Civil  Service  from  the  1st  of  April,  1920,  to 
the  1st  of  January,  1922.  2.  The  number  of  persons  made  permanent  in  the  said  service 
from  December  7,  1921,  to  January  6,  1922,  inclusive.  Presented  May  8,  1922.  Mr. 
Demers    Not   printed. 

140.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  May,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:  1.  Names 

of  the  persons  employed  in  the  Income  Tax  Office  at  Montreal.  2.  The  salary,  and  the 
date  of  appointment  of  each  of  said  employees.  Presented  May  8,  1922.  Mr. 
Archambault    Not   printed. 

141.  Report  of  the  Air  Board  for  the  year  1921.     Presented  May  9,  1922 Not  printed. 


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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9— Continued. 

142.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  of  March  22,  1922,  for  a  Return  including:  all  corre- 

spondence between  the  Federal  Government  and  the  Ministers  and  Departments  of  the 
Federal  Government  and  Provincial  Governments  and  persons  representing  such  Pro- 
vincial Governments  in  regard  to  the  natural  resources  of  the  Western  Provinces ; 
also  all  Orders  in  Council,  reports,  statements.  Minutes  of  Conferences  and  other  docu- 
ments and  writings  relating  to  the  subject  of  the  transfer  of  such  natural  resources 
to  the  western  provinces.     Presented  May   9,   1922.     Hon.   Mr.  Tanner Not  printed. 

142a-  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  8th  May,  1922,  for 
a  copy  of  all  correspondence  passing  between  the  Prime  Minister  of  Canada  and  the 
Governments  of  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta,  since  10th  July,  1920,  respect- 
ing the  transfer  of  natural  resources.  Presented  May  15,  1922.  Rt.  Hon.  Mr. 
Meighen Printed  for  sessional  papers 

142i>-  Supplementary  return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  8th 
May,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  passing  between  the  Prime  Minister  of 
Canada  and  the  Governments  of  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta,  since  10th  July, 
1920.  respecting  the  transfer  of  natural  resources.  Presented  May  29,  1922.  Rt.  Hon. 
Mr.  Meighen   Printed  for  sessional  papers. 

142c.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  March  22,  1922,  for  a  Return 
to  include  all  correspondence  between  the  Federal  Government  and  the  Ministers  and 
Departments  of  the  Federal  Government  and  Provincial  Governments  and  persons 
representing  such  Provincial  Governments  in  regard  to  the  natural  resources  of  the 
Western  Provinces;  also  all  Orders  in  Council,  reports,  statements,  Minutes  of  Confer- 
ences and  other  documents  and  writings,  relating  to  the  subject  of  the  transfer  of  such 
natural  resources  of  the  Western  Provinces.  Presented  June  6,  1922.  Hon.  Mr. 
Tanner     Not    printed 

143.  Report  of  the  Superintendent  of  Insurance  for  the  year  ended  December  31,  1920 — Loan 

and  Trust  Companies.     Presented  May  10,  1922 Not  printed. 

144.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  May,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:     1.  Number 

of  armouries  built  in  Canada  during  the  years  1912,  1913,  1914,  and  1915.  2.  Where 
the  said  armouries  are  located,  and  the  cost  of  building  and  equipment  in  each  case. 
3.  Annual  cost  of  maintenance  of  each  of  said  armouries,  including  caretakers,  heating 
and  other  expenses.     Presented  May  10,  1922.     Mr.  Baldwin Not  printed. 

145.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, correspondence  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  changing  of  the  mail 
contracts  at  Bonaventure,  Quebec,  from  Sylvestre  Bernard  to  J.  A.  Bernard.  Presented 
May   11,   1922.      Hon.   Mr.    Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not   printed. 

146.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, correspondence  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  transfer  of  the  Post 
Office  at  Carleton,  Quebec,  from  Bernard  Leclerc  to  Auguste  Lefebvre.  Presented 
May  11,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.  Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

147.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, correspondence  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  transfer  of  the  Post  Office 
at  Bonaventure,  Quebec,  from  Charles  Forest  to  Firmin  Poirier.  Presented  May  11, 
1922.     Hon.    Mr.   Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not   printed. 

148.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, correspondence  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  transfer  of  the  Post  Office 
at  St.  Omer,  Quebec,  from  Isidore  Laundry  to  Nicholas  Arseneau.  Presented  May  11, 
1922.     Hon.   Mr.    Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not   printed. 

149.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, correspondence  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  transfer  of  the  Post  Office 
at  Paspebiac,  Quebec,  from  the  late  Mrs.  J.  E.  Leveque  to  Charles  Legallais.  Pre- 
sented May  11,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.  Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

150.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams, correspondence  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  transfer  of  the  Shigawake, 
Quebec,  Post  Office,  from  John  A.  Legallais  to  Jas.  Poirier.  Presented  May  11,  1922. 
Hon.    Mr.    Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not    printed. 

151.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April.  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  corre- 

spondence and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  transfer  of  the  Post  Office  at  Avignon, 
Quebec,  from  Joseph  Poirier  to  Mathias  Blaquaire  and  Joseph  Arsenault.  Presented 
May   11,  1922.     Hon.   Mr.   Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

152.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  May,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:     1.  Names 

of  the  employees  of  the  Montreal  Post  Office.  2.  Respective  dates  of  employment  of 
said  persons.  3.  Salary  of  each  of  said  employees.  Presented  May  11,  1922.  Mr 
Archarabault Not  pHnted 

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153.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  Timber  License 

issued  to  the  Union  Bank  of  Canada  or  any  other  parties  to  cut  timber  on  Indian 
Lands  in  the  Township  of  Laird,  District  of  Algoma,  together  with  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence, letters,  memoranda,  telegrams  and  other  documents,  passing  between  the 
Indian  Agent  at  Sault  St.  Marie,  the  Licensees  or  any  other  parties,  and  the  Depart- 
ment of  Indian  Affairs,  in  connection  therewith.  Also  a  statement  of  all  dues  paid 
the  Department  in  respect  to  said  License.     Presented  May  11,   1922.     Mr.   Simpson. 

Xot  printed. 

154.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  May,  1922,  for  a  return  showing:  1.  Whether 

it  is  the  intention  of  the  Government  to  operate  the  greater  production  farms  on  the 
Blackfoot  Indian  Reserve  at  Gleichen,  Alberta,  this  year.  2.  If  not,  how  does  the  Gov- 
ernment intend  disposing  of  them.  3.  Whether  proper  precautions  will  be  taken  to 
prevent  the  country  being  seeded  with  weeds  from  these  neglected  farms.  4.  Number 
of  acres  broken  by  the  Government  on  these  farms.  5.  The  cost  per  acre.  6.  From 
whom,  at  what  place,  and  at  what  price  the  seed  wheat  for  these  farms  was  pur- 
chased. 7.  From  whom,  at  what  point,  and  at  what  price  the  feed  oats  were  purchased 
during  the  first  and  second  years  of  operation.  8.  Average  yield  each  year  of  opera- 
tion. 9.  Net  price  received  per  bushel  for  wheat  grown.  10.  To  whom  this  wheat  wa.s 
sold.  11.  Net  profit  per  acre  each  year.  Presented  May  11,  1922.  Mr.  Garland  (Bow 
River)    Not   printed. 

155.  Return    to   an    Order    of   the    House    of    the    8th    May,    1922,    for    a    Return    showing: — 

1.  Whether  it  is  a  fact  that  appeals  made  by  many  Civil  Servants  who  are  dissatisfied 
with  their  classification  never  reach  the  Board  of  Hearing.  2.  Whether  it  is  true 
that  such  appeals  are  from  the  decisions  of  heads  or  chiefs  of  branches  who  declined 
to  recommend  the  classifications  claimed  to  be  in  accord  with  the  character  of  the 
work  done  by  such  Civil  Servants.  3.  Whether  it  is  true  such  appeals  fail  to  reach 
the  Board  of  Hearing  because  they  are  so  prevented  by  the  heads  or  chiefs  against 
■whose  decisions  such  appeals  are  made.  4.  If  so,  whether  the  Government  intends 
taking  any  steps  to  see  justice  done  such  Civil  Servants,  by  having  their  appeals 
reach  the  Board  of  Hearing  notwithstanding  the  opposition  of  such  heads  or  chiefs 
against  whose  decisions  such  appeals  are  made.  5.  If  not,  why  not.  Presented 
May   11,    1922.     Mr.   Lanctot Xot   printed. 

156.  Return   to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    the    11th    May,    1922,    for    a    return    showing: — 

1.  In  what  countries  Canada  is  represented  by  trade  agents.  2.  Names  of  said 
agents,  and  salary  each  receives.     Presented  May  11,  1922.     Mr.  Prevost. .  .JVot  printed. 

157.  Return   to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Gover*)r  General  of  the   3rd  April,   1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  telegrams,  reports  and  other  documents  exchanged 
between  the  Department  of  the  Interior  or  any  of  its  officers  or  employees,  and  the 
Gold  Commissioner  of  Yukon  Territory,  or  any  other  person  or  official,  concerning 
the  application  to  Yukon  Territory  of  the  Order  in  Council  which  provides  that  the 
Mining  Recorders  shall  not  receive  for  record,  transfers  of  interests  in  mineral 
claims,  when  such  interests  are  less  than  one  quarter  interest.  Also  a  copy  of  the 
said  Order  in  Council.     Presented  May  15,   1922.     Mr.  Black   (Yukon) Not  printed. 

158.  Return   to   an   Order  of   the  House   of  the   1st  May,    1922,    for   a  return   showing  a   list 

of  the  names  of  the  permanent  employees  of  the  Montreal  Harbour  Commission,  the 
salary  of  each,  date  of  appointment  and  salary  on  appointment,  age,  occupation, 
and  the  respective  previous  occupations  of  said  employees.  Presented  May  15,  1922. 
Mr.    Archambault    Not    printed. 

159.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence, telegrams,  letters,  agreements,  contracts,  claims,  memoranda  and  other  docu- 
ments between  the  Caraquet  and  Gulf  Shore  Railway  Company  and  the  Government 
of  Canada,  relating  to  the  purchase  of  the  said  railway.  Presented  May  15,  1922. 
Mr.  Hanson Not  printed. 

159a.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy 
of  all  correspondence,  telegrams,  letters,  agreements,  contracts,  claims,  memoranda 
and  other  documents  between  the  Caraquet  and  Gulf  Shore  Railway  (Company  and 
the  Government  of  Canada,  relating  to  the  purchase  of  the  said  railway.  Presented 
May   19,    1922.      Mr.   Hanson    Not  printed. 

160.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the   3rd  April,   1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  telegrams,  reports,  and  other  documents  exchanged 
between  the  Department  of  the  Interior,  or  any  of  its  oflRcers  or  employees,  and  the 
Gold  Commissioner  of  the  Yukon  Territory,  or  any  other  person,  during  the  years 
1919,  1920  and  1921,  concerning  the  imposition  of  a  Royalty  tax  or  Government 
charge  upon  the  output  of  minerals,  other  than  gold,  for  the  Yukon  Territory.  Also 
a  copy  of  the  Order  in  Council  in  this  connection.  Presented  May  16,  1922.  Mr. 
Black    (Yukon)    Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9—Contimied. 

161.  Return   to  an  Order  of  the   Senate  of   the   16th   May,    1922,   for  a   Return   showing: 

1.  The  total  cost  of  construction  and  repairs  of  each  canal  in  Canada.  2.  Between 
what  points  is  each  canal  situated  and  the  mileage  of  each.  3.  The  total  expenditure 
for  upkeep  and  operation  of  each  canal  during  each  of  the  years  since  1910.  4.  What 
income  has  been  received  from  each  of  the  canals  each  year  since  1910.  Presented 
May  16,   1922.      Hon.   Mr.    McDonald Not  printed. 

162.  Return    to    an    order   of   the    Senate,    dated    March    29,    1922,    for    a    Return    showing: 

1.  A  list  of  all  licenses  issued  by  the  Government,  now  in  force,  for  timber  berths  and 
the  right  to  cut  timber  on  Crown  Lands  in  the  Provinces  of  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan, 
"  Alberta  and  Briti.sh  Columbia.  2.  The  names  and  residence  of  the  holders  of  such 
licenses  and  the  area  contained  in  each  berth.  3.  On  what  terms  and  conditions  were 
such  licenses  granted.  4.  "WTiat  is  the  area  and  location  of  timber  berths  in  said 
provinces  still  unlicensed  and  the  estimated  quantity  and  description  of  timber  in 
each  berth.     Presented  May  16,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.  Proudfoot Not  printed. 

163.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  April,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  Amount 

of  bonds  (a)  of  the  Canadian  Northern,  (b)  of  the  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  guaranteed 
by  any  of  the  provinces,  and  which  province  in  each  case.  2.  Whether  the  guaran- 
teeing provinces  have  been  relieved  of  liability  by  the  Federal  Government  taking 
over  these  railway  systems.  3.  Bonds  or  other  securities  in  connection  with  railways 
in  (a)  New  Brunswick;  (6)  Nova  Scotia;  (c)  Prince  Edward  Island  guaranteed 
or  assumed  by  the  Federal  Government.  4.  Terms  under  which  the  Department  of 
Railways  operates  the  Valley  Railway,  so  called,  in  New  Brunswick.  5.  Whether 
this  railway  is  operated  as  part  of  the  Intercolonial  or  under  what  jurisdiction  it 
has  been  placed.  6.  Whether  its  operation  entails  any  loss  to  the  Federal  Government. 
If  so,  to  what  amount  and  of  what  it  consists.  7.  Whether  the  Government  is 
considering  the  taking  over  of  the  Valley  Railway,  so  called.  Presented  May  17, 
1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Baxter Not  printed. 

164.  Return    to   an    Order   of   the   House    of    the    17th    May,    1922,    for    a   Return    showing: — 

1.  The  consumption  of  binder  twine  and  rope,  in  the  various  provinces  of  Canada, 
during  the  year  1921.  2.  How  much  of  this  was  manufactured  in  Canada.  Presented 
May   17,    1922.     Mr.   Gordon Not  pri7ited. 

165.  Return  to  an   Order  of   the    Senate   dated   May   10,    1922,   for  a   Copy   of   the   different 

leases  between  the  Government  and  the  Montreal  Dry  Dock  Company.  Presented 
May   18,   1922.     Hon.   Mr.  Boyer Not  printed. 

165".  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  May  10,  1922,  for  a  Return 
for  a  Copy  of  the  different  leases  between  the  Government  and  the  Montreal  Dry 
Dock  Company.     Presented  June  16,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.  Boyer Not  printed. 

166.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1st  May,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  telegrams,  contracts,  tenders  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  employ- 
ment or  use  of  the  tug  Pekin,  and  any  other  tug  or  tugs  hired  or  used  by  the  Govern- 
ment in  connection  with  the  Government  dredges,  in  and  around  Prince  Edward 
Island,  from  June,  1911,  to  March  31,  1922.  Presented  May  19,  1922.  Mr.  MacDean 
(Prince)     Not    printed. 

167.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  27th  March,   1922,   for  a  copy  of  all  letters, 

telegrams,  reports,  memoranda,  informations  and  warrants,  minutes  of  evidence  and 
convictions,  and  all  other  Court  proceedings  relating  or  in  anywise  appertaining  to 
the  trial  and  conviction  of  Clyde  Heath  and  Gurney  Young,  of  Tancook,  Nova  Scotia, 
for  a  violation  of  the  Migratory  Birds  Convention  Act.  Also  a  copy  of  the  Order 
in  Council  dated  on  or  about  the  19th  day  of  November,  1921,  authorizing  and 
empowering  the  remission  of  all  fines  and  forfeitures  occasioned  by  the  conviction 
of    said    Clyde    Heath    and    Gurney    Young.      Presented    May    19,    1922.      Mr.    Martell. 

Not    printed. 

168.  Return    to    an    Order   of   the    House    of   the    1st   May,    1922,    for    a   Return    showing: — 

1.  Names  of  the  employees  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise,  Montreal.  2. 
Salary  paid  to  each  of  said  employees.  3.  Respective  dates  of  employment  of  said 
employees.      Presented   May    22,    1922.      Mr.    Archambault Not  printed. 

169.  Return    to   an    Order   of   the   House   of   the    4th    May,    1922,    for   a   Return    showing: — 

1.  The  cost  of  the  trips  to  Europe  of  the  Ministers  of  the  Canadian  Government 
during  the  war  period  and  since.  2.  The  cost  for  each  Minister  who  attended  any 
of  the  after  war  conferences  held  at  Paris,  Geneva  or  elsewhere  in  Europe.  3.  How 
much,  if  any,  each  one  of  such  Ministers  has  returned  to  the  Treasury  of  the  amounts 
allowed  for  such  trips  over  and  above  their  actual  expenses.  4.  The  names  of  such 
Ministers  and  the  respective  amounts  allowed  to  each,  as  well  as  the  amounts 
returned  by  each.     Presented  May  22,  1922.     Mr.  Lanctot Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  d— Continued. 

170.  Return   to   an   Order   of   the   House   of   the    8th   May,    1922,    for   a   Return   showing: — 

1.  Number  of  multigraph  machines  in  use  in  the  various  departments  of  the  Govern- 
ment. 2.  Volume  of  work  done  on  these  machines,  by  departments,  during  the  fiscal 
year  1921-1922.  3.  Whether  this  work  is  under  the  control  of  the  Editorial  Com- 
mittee.    Presented  May  22,  1922.     Mr.  McDonald   (Timiskaming) Not  printed. 

171.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  petitions  or 

memorials  from  residents  of  the  County  of  Charlotte,  New  Brunswick,  made  to  the 
Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  asking  that  a  minimum  price  per  hogshead 
be  placed  on  all  sardines  sold  for  export  during  the  present  fishing  season,  and  for 
a  copy  of  all  correspondence  and  other  documents  relating  thereto.  Presented 
May   22,    1922.     Mr.    Grimmer Not  printed. 

172.  Return  to   an   Order  of  the  House  of  the   22nd  May,    1922,   for   a  copy  of  all   letters, 

telegrams,  correspondence  and  other  documents  that  have  passed  between  the  officials 
of  the  Grand  Trunk  Railway,  the  officials  of  the  Brotherhood  of  Railway  Trainmen, 
and  the  Order  of  Railway  Conductors,  and  all  agreements  signed  between  the  officials 
of  the  Grand  Trunk  Railway  and  officials  of  the  Brotherhood  of  Railway  Trainmen 
and  the  Order  of  Railway  Conductors,  regarding  the  strike  on  the  Grand  Trunk 
Railway  System,  of  trainmen  and  yardmen,  in  1910,  and  particularly  the  correspond- 
ence and  agreements  affecting  the  seniority  rights  of  the  men  who  worked  during 
this  strike.     Presented  May  23,  1922.     Mr.  King   (Huron) Not  printed. 

173.  Return   to   an   Order    of   the   House   of   the   11th    May,    1922,    for   a  Return     showing: — 

1.  How  many  acres  of  School  Lands  have  been  sold  in  Saskatchewan,  Manitoba,  and 
Alberta,  during  the  four  years  of  1918,  1919,  1920  and  1921.  2.  Amount  of  money 
overdue  in  respect  to  the  above  sales  in  (o)  principal,  and  (b)  interest.  Presented 
May   29,   1922.      Mr.    Spencer Not  printed. 

174.  Return    to    an    Order    of   the    House    of   the    15th    May,    1922,    for    a    return    showing: — 

1.  Number  of  Civil  Servants  in  Canada  receiving  salaries  of  eight  hundred  dollars 
and  less  per  annum.  2.  Number  receiving  nine  hundred  and  sixty  dollars  or  less. 
Presented  May  29,  1922.     Mr.  McQuarrie Not  printed. 

175.  Partial  Return,  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  April,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing 

in  detail  the  amount  of  money  paid  by  the  Government  of  Canada  or  any  depart- 
ment thereof,  to  barristers  and  solicitors  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Nova  Scotia, 
between  the  1st  day  of  October,  1911,  and  the  30th  day  of  January,  1922,  both 
inclusive,  for  professional  or  other  services.  Also  a  copy  of  all  bills  of  costs,  expenses 
and  charges  of  every  kind  rendered  by  said  barristers  and  solicitors  to  the  Govern- 
ment, showing  the  amount  or  amounts  paid  in  each  instance.  Also  showing  the 
names  of  barristers  and  solicitors  employed  during  the  aforesaid  period,  the  work 
performed  and  the  amount  paid  for  every  item  of  said  work  to  each  of  said  barristers 
and  solicitors.     Presented  May  29,  1922.     Mr.  Martell Not  printed. 

IToi-b-c  Supplementary  Returns  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  April,  1922,  for  a 
Return  showing  in  detail  the  amount  of  money  paid  by  the  Government  of  Canada 
or  any  department  thereof,  to  barristers  and  solicitors  of  the  Supreme  Court  of 
Nova  Scotia,  between  the  1st  day  of  October,  1911,  and  the  30th  day  of  January, 
1922,  both  inclusive,  for  professional  or  other  services.  Also  a  copy  of  all  bills  of 
costs,  expenses  and  charges  of  every  kind  rendered  by  said  barristers  and  solicitors 
to  the  Government,  showing  the  amount  or  amounts  paid  in  each  instance.  Also 
showing  the  names  of  barristers  and  solicitors  employed  during  the  aforesaid  period, 
the  work  performed  and  the  amount  paid  for  every  item  of  said  work  to  each  of  said 
barristers  and  solicitors.     Presented  June  5,  15,  19,  1922.     Mr.  Martell. ..  .iVot  printed. 

176.  Return    to   an    Order   of   the   House   of    the    6th    April,    1922,    for    a   Return    showing: — 

1.  The  total  area  in  acres  in  the  provinces  of  Alberta  and  Saskatchewan  sold  to 
settlers  as  Pre-emptions,  as  provided  by  Dominion  Lands  Act,  1908.  2.  WTiat  area 
of  said  Pre-emptions  has  been  patented.  3.  The  total  revenue  received  from:  (o) 
Pre-emptions  for  which  patent  has  been  issued,  (b)  Pre-emptions  which  have  not 
been  patented.  4.  The  amount  remaining  unpaid  on  all  pre-empted  lands  in  said 
area.  5.  The  revenue  received  from  pre-empted  lands  in  said  area  in  the  years 
1920  and  1921.  6.  How  much  land  in  said  area  was  sold  as  purchased  homesteads 
since  1908,  and  the  revenue  received  therefrom.  7.  The  amount  remaining  unpaid 
on  said  purchased  homesteads.  8.  How  much  land  was  pre-empted  south  of  Wey- 
burn-Lethbridge  railway  since  1908.  9.  How  much  revenue  was  received  therefrom. 
10.  How  much  was  received  in  the  years  1920  and  1921.  Presented  May  29,  1922. 
Mr.   McTaggart    Not   printed. 

177.  Return  to   an   Order   of   the   House   of   the    15th    May,    1922,    for    a    Return    showing: — 

1.  Names  of  the  postmasters,  and  the  location  of  their  offices,  in  the  county  of 
I'Assomption  and  Montcalm  who  were  dismissed  from  the  service  from  the  twenty- 
first  of  September,  1911,  to  January  first,  1922,  and  the  names  of  persons  replacing 
them.  2.  Who  recommended  the  dismissals  and  appointments.  Presented  June  1, 
1922.     Mr.  Seguin    Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9—rnnl!nued. 

178.  K^I'T'i    to    an    Order    of    (li,>    H„uso    „(    tlu-    Mh    May.     1022,    for    a    Rphirn    showinc       • 

1.  rsumher  of  postmasters  who  have  hcpii  appointod  in  the  oonstituenrv  of  Rirhmond 
and  Wolfe,  from  the  21st  September.  1911,  to  the  1st  of  .January  1022  2  Names 
of  said  postmasters,  the  location  of  post  offices  and  the  names  of  the  persons  who 
recommended    the    appointment    in    each    case.      Presented    June    1,    1922.      Mr.    Tobin. 

179.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    Hou.se    of    the    8th    May,    1922.    for    a    Return    showing  ^-1^ 

1.  Number  of  postmasters  dismissed  from  ofTice,  in  the  constituency  of  Richmond 
and   Wolfe,    from   the   21st   day   of   September.    1911,   to   the    1st   dav  of  January.    1922. 

2.  Number  of  jiostmasters  who  resigned  their  ofHccs  in  the  constituency  of  Richmond 
and  Wolfe  dunnie:  the  .same  period.  ;!.  Number  of  postmasters  who  died  in  the  .said 
constituency  durmg  the  same  period.  4.  What  were,  in  each  case,  the  names  of  the 
postmasters  and  the  names  of  the  post  offices.  5.  Cause  of  dismi.s.sal  in  each  case 
where  the  postmaster  was  dismissed,  during  the  .said  period.  Presented  June  1,  1922. 
Mr.    Tobin ^^r^t    ininlcd. 

180.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of   the    31st    May,    1922,    for    a    Return    showing: 

1.  Cost  for  operation  and  maintenance  of  the  Fisheries  of  British  Columbia  annually 
for  the  years  1917-1918.  1919-1920  and  1921.  in  the  nature  of  office  staff,  buildings.' 
upkeep  and  rentals,  patrol,  boats  and  upkecji.  field  work,  hatcheries,  and  any  other 
such  items  that  may  be  charged  against  this  department.  2.  Amount  of  revenue 
collected  from  the  Fisheries  of  British  Columbia  by  the  Dominion  Fisheries  Depart- 
ment, annually,  for  the  years  1917-1918,  1919-1920  and  1921,  in  the  form  of  license 
fees,  royalties  on  canned  salmon,  prosecutions  and  fines,  sale  of  confiscated  boats 
and  gear,  and  any  such  revenue  as  may  be  collected  by  the  department.  Presented 
June  5,   1922.     Mr.  Neill :s!ot  printed. 

180a.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  (Jeneral  of  the  22nd  May,  1922, 
for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  correspondence,  reports,  and  other  documents! 
exchanged  between  the  Covernment  of  Canada  or  any  Minister  thereof,  and  the 
Government  of  British  Columbia  or  any  minister  theref>f.  or  received  from  any 
person,  relative  to  the  advi.sability  of  transferring  the  control  or  administration 
of  the  Canadian  fisheries  of  the  Pacific  coast,  to  the  province  of  British  Columbia. 
Presented  June    20,    1922.      Mr.    McQuarrie Not    printed. 

181.  Protocols  embodying  Amendments  to  Articles  4.  G,  12,  13.  1.5,  Ifi,  and  2H  of  the  Covenant 

of  the  League  of  Nations,  as  adopted  by  the  Secf)nd  As.sembly  of  the  League  at 
Geneva  on  the  3rd,  4th  and  5th  October,  1921;  together  with  letter  dated  the  24th 
November,  1921,  from  the  Secretary  General  of  the  League  to  the  Prime  Minister 
of  Canada,  transmitting  certified  copies  of  the  Protocols.  Presented  June  7,  1922. 
Printed  for  Sessional  Papers  and  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

181a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  of  the  8th  June,  1922,  for  a  Return  showing: — 
1.  Whether  the  Government  has  received  any  report  from  the  rei)resentatives  of 
Canada  as  to  the  Second  Assembly  of  the  League  of  Nations  held  in  Geneva  in  Sep- 
tember and  October,  1921,  and  if  so.  whether  this  report  will  be  laid  on  the  table  for  the 
information  of  members.  2.  AVhether  the  Government  has  received  the  printed  repi>rts 
of  the  Council  of  the  League  of  Nations  made  to  the  first  and  .second  Assembly,  and 
if  .so,  whether  copies  of  these  reports  will  be  laid  on  the  table  for  the  information  of 
members.  3.  Whether  the  Covernment  has  received  the  printed  monthly  .summary 
and  supplementary  reports  of  the  League  of  Nations  and  whether  copies  of  the.se 
reports  will  be  brought  down.     Presented  June  8,   1922.     Rt.   Hon.   Sir  Geo.   E.   Foster. 

Not     printed. 

181b.  Copy  of  Draft  Conventions  and  Recommendations  adopted  by  the  International  Labour 
Conference  at  its  Third  Session,  held  at  Geneva,  25th  October-19th  November,  1921. 
Presented  June   24,   1922    Not  printed. 

182.  Return  to  an   Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  May,   1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence, telegrams,  letters,  tenders  and  other  documents,  exchanged  between  the  Govern- 
ment and  Hector  Chevrier,  regarding  the  contract  for  carrying  the  mails  between 
Rigaud   and   St.    Redempteur,    Quebec.      Presented   June    8,    1922.      Mr.    Ouimet. 

Not     printed. 

183.  Return   to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General   of  the  10th   April,    1922. 

for  a  copy  of  all  letters  telegrams,  memoranda,  reports  to  Council.  Orders  in  Council, 
accounts  and  other  documents,  relating  to  the  Indian  Agenc>-  at  Bear  River.  Digby 
County.  Nova  Scotia,  including  a  list  of  all  sui>plics  r)f  every  description  supplied 
for  the  use  of  Indians  under  the  control  of  .said  agency.  Also  a  statement  showing 
a  list  of  the  supplies,  consisting  of  clothing,  food,  seed  and  other  materials,  to  whom 
supplied  and  what  quantity  in  each  case,  during  the  period  from  the  first  October, 
1911,  to  and  including  the  first  of  January,  1922.  Presented  June  8.  1922.  Mr. 
Lovett    Not    printed. 

184.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou.se  of  the  15th   May.   1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence, letters,  telegrams,  memoranda  and  other  documents,  regarding  the  establish- 
ment of  a  Tobacco  Experimental  Station  at  I'A.s.somption,  Quebec,  and  the  purchasins 
of  the  college  farm  for  this  purpose.     Presented  June  9.  1922.     Mr.  Seguin.  .Not  printed. 

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185»  Return  \n  .-in  Oi-der  of  the  House  of  the  1st  May,  1922,  for  a,  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 
grams, correspondence  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  Post  OfRce 
Department  at  Ottawa,  and  the  officers  of  the  said  department  at  Montreal,  and  the 
Civil  Service  Commission,  regarding  the  appointment  of  Mr.  Taylor  as  Assistant 
Superintendent   at   Montreal   Post   Office.      Presented   June    12,    1922.      Mr.    Parent. 

Not.     printed. 

186.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  April,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspond- 

ence, letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  regarding  the  appointment  of  one  or 
more  -appraisers  for  Paris  and  London,  made  by  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 
Presented  June   12,   1922.     Mr.   Parent Not  printed. 

187.  Return    to   an   Order   of   the   House   of   the    19th    April,    1922,    for   a   Return    showing: — 

1.  Total  amount  of  bonus  paid  to  civil  servants  up  to  April  1,  1921.  2.  Total  amrnint 
paid  to  civil  servants  on  account^^iof  annual  statutory  increase  for  the  fiscal  years 
191S,  1919,  1920  and  1921.     Presented  June  12,  1922.     Mr.  Lanctot Not  printed. 

188.  F?etiirn    to   an   Order   of   the   House   of   the   20th    April,    1922,    for   a   Return     showing: — 

).  The  total  Customs  collections  received  by  the  Port  of  Parry  Sound,  Ontario, 
during  each  j'ear,  from  1911  to  1921,  inclusive.  2.  What  towns  or  cities  in  Canada, 
having  equal  or  less  average  Customs  collections,  have  public  buildings  used  for 
Customs  purposes.     Presented  June   12,   1922.     Mr.   Arthurs Not  printed. 

189.  Return   to   an   Order   of   the   House   of   the   17th    May,    1922,    for   a    Return    showing  :^ — 

1.  Cost,  in  each  Military  District,  of  transportation,  in  connection  with  the  Army 
Service  Corps.  2.  Number  of  horses,  automobiles,  motor  trucks  and  other  vehicles 
in  the  Army  Service  Corps.  3.  Number  of  officers  and  men  in  this  section  of  the 
Militia.  4.  Total  value  of  all  equipment  of  the  Army  Service  Corps,  and  amount 
spent  on  upkeep  and  repairs  to  equipment,  including  forage,  sickness,  etc.,  during 
the  year  ending  March  31,  1922.  5.  Whether  this  service  would  cost  less  to  the 
country  if  the  forage,  supplies,  and  transportation  were  given  by  contract  each  year 
to  an  individual,  according  to  lowest  tender,  or  done  by  day  work.  Presented  June 
13,    1922.      Mr.   Lanctot Not   printed. 

190.  Return    to   an    Order   of   the   House    of    the    31st    May,    1922,    for    a    Return     showing: — 

1.  What  buildings  were  occupied,  as  offices,  at  Ottawa,  by  the  Department  of  Militia 
and  Defence,  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1911,  and  for  the  year  ending  March 
31,  1922,  (a)  for  the  General  Headquarters,  and  (b)  for  each  service  of  this  depart- 
ment. 2.  What  buildings  were  occupied,  as  offices,  in  each  Military  District,  (a)  for 
the  District  Staff;  (&)  for  the  Army  Pay  Corps;  (c)  for  the  Veterinary  Corps;  (d) 
for  the  Medical  Corps;  (e)  for  the  Engineers  Corps;  (/)  for  the  Ordnance  Corps; 
and  (flr)  for  the  Army  Service  Corps.  3.  Strength  of  the  Permanent  Force  in  each 
Military  District  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1911,  and  for  the  year  ending  March 
31,  1922.  4.  During  the  above  years,  the  number  of  officers  of  the  Army  Pay  Corps, 
the  respective  rank  and  salary  of  each,  and  the  number  of  clerks  employed  in  this 
service,  in  each  district.  5.  Whether  the  department  in  future  intends  to  keep  more 
than  one  officer  of  the  Army  Pay  Corps  in  each  district,  rnd  to  continue  the  Auditor 
Branch  which  was  organized  in  each  Military  District  during  the  war.  Presented 
June   13,   1922.     Mr.   Lanctot Not   printed. 

191.  Return   to  an  Order  of  the   Senate,   dated  May   18,   1922,   for: — A  Copy   of  the   different 

letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  Government  and  the 
Northern  Explosive  Company,  concerning  the  erection  and  operation  of  the  Rigaud 
plant    belonging    to    this   company.      Presented    June    13,    1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Boyer. 

Not    printed. 

192.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the   Senate,   dated  June   6.   1922,   for: — Copies  of  all  correspond- 

ence exchanged  between  the  Minister  of  Agriculture  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  and 
the  Minister  of  Agriculture  of  the  province  of  Ontario,  on  the  subject  of  extending 
to  Cold  Storage  "Warehouses,  owned  by  co-operative  companies  of  fruit  growers,  the 
system  of  subsidies  to  public  Cold  Storage  Warehouses  now  provided  for  by  the  Cold 
Storage    Act,    1907,    chapter    six.      Presented    June    13,    1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Laird. 

Not    printed. 

193.  Return    to   an   Order   of   the  House   of   the    15th    May,    1922,    for   a    Return     showing: — 

1.  Number  of  Generals  on  active  service  in  the  Canadian  Militia.  2.  How  many 
in  Ottawa.  3.  Respective  salaries,  including  allowances,  of  each  General  stationed 
at  Ottawa.  4.  Number  of  Colonels,  Lieutenant-Colonels,  Majors,  Captains  and 
Lieutenants  at  Headquarters,  Ottawa.  .5.  Number  of  non-commissioned  officers  and 
privates  employed  as  clerks  or  messengers  at  Headquarters,  Ottawa.  6.  Total 
amount  paid  in  salaries  to  the  above-mentioned  officers  and  men.  Presented  June 
15,    1922.     Mr.   Lanctot Not  printed. 

194.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House   of  the   15th   May,    1922,   for   a    Return    showing: — 

1.  Number   of  Military  Districts   in   Canada   during   the   year   ending   March    31,   1922. 

2.  Where  they  were  located,  and  the  rank  of  the  Commanding  Officer  of  each  district. 

3.  Their  respective  ranks  on  March  31,  1914.  4.  Number  of  officers  on  the  General 
Staff   of   each   of   the   .said    districts   during   the   year   ending    March    31,    1922.      5.  The 

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rank,  and  the  respective  duties  of  each  of  the  said  officers,  including  the  Com- 
manding Officer.  6.  Number  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  privates  employed  as 
clerks  in  the  offices  of  the  General  Staff  of  each  of  the  said  districts.  7.  Number  of 
officers,  non-connnissioned  oflicers  and  men  emi^luyed  in  each  f)f  the  said  di.stricts, 
during  the  year  ending  March  31,  1922,  in  connection  witli  the  Medii-al  Corps] 
Engineering  Corp.s,  Pay  Corps,  Army  Service  Corps,  Veterinary  Corps  and  Military 
Stores,  and  rank  of  these  officers.  9.  On  what  date  the  new  schedule  for  salaries  and 
allowances  came  into  force.  9.  Who  is  authorized  to  fix  the  schedule  for  salarie.s 
and  allowances  of  the  Militia.  10.  Maximum  salary,  including  allowances,  for 
Colonels,  Lieutenant-Colonels,  Majors,  Captains,  Lieutenants,  non-commissioned 
officers  and  privates,  of  the  Permanent  Militia,  according  to  both  the  new  and  old 
schedules.  11.  Salaries,  including  allowances,  of  Generals  who  are  stationed  at 
Headquarters,  Ottawa,  according  to  the  new  and  old  schedules.  12.  Number  of 
privates  in  the  Permanent  Militia  on  March  31,  1922.  13.  Number  of  Generals, 
Colonels,  Lieutenant-Colonels,  Majors,  Captains  and  Lieutenants,  on  active  service 
in  the  Canadian  Militia  on  March  31,  1922.  14.  Strength  of  a  company  and  regiment 
of  the  Militia  in  peace  time.     Presented  June  15,  1922.     Mr.  Lanctot Not  printed. 

195.  Keturn   to   an   Order   of   the   House   of   the   22nd   May,    1922,    for   a   Return    showing   the 

origin  of  all  goods  purchased  by  the  Purchasing  Commission,  distinguishing  such  as 
are  of  Canadian  manufacture  from  those  of  foreign  origin,  from  the  first  ut  April, 
1921,  to  date.     Presented  June  IG,   1922.     Mr.  Raymond Not  2»'bited. 

196.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    the    8th    May,    1922,    for    a    Return    showing: 

1.  Whether  the  Government  is  aware  that  there  are  instances  of  officials  in  the  public 
service  subordinate  to  Deputy  Ministers  who  are  in  receipt  of  salaries  more  than  those 
paid  to  such  Deputy  Ministers.  2.  If  so,  whether  it  is  the  policy  of  the  Government 
to  continue  this  custom.  3.  Deputy  Ministers  or  other  officials  in  the  public  service 
receiving  more  than  six  thousand  dollars  per  annum  from  any  Government  source. 
Presented    June    16,    1922.      Mr.    Chisholm Not    printed. 

197.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General   of   the   31st   May,    1922, 

for  a  cojiy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  memoranda,  reports  to  Council,  Orders  in  Council, 
and  other  documents  passing  between  the  Government  and  any  other  parties  relating 
to  the  internment,  deportation,  return,  and  claims  fur  iNjiiipensation  of  Robert 
DeBeaux.     Presented  June  10,  1922.     Mr.  Neill Not  printed. 

198.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    Senate,    dated    May    17,    1922,    for    a     Return     showing: — 

(o)  The  aggregate  number  of  acres  of  land  located  within  the  present  territorial 
limits  of  the  province  of  Saskatchewan  granted  by  way  of  subsidy  or  bonus  for  the 
construction  of  railways  beyond  the  boundaries  of  the  said  province,  (b)  The  names 
of  the  persons  and  companies  receiving  such  grant  and  the  amount  in  each  case,  and 
date,  (c)  The  dates  or  approximate  dates  of  selections  of  land  by  the  persons  and 
companies  receiving  the  bonus  or  grant.  (d)  The  locations  of  the  land  so  selected 
or  finally  selected  by  the  grantees.     Presented  June  16,   1922.     Hon.   Mr.  Willoughby. 

Not     vrinted. 

199.  Annual  Report  of  the  Canadian  National  Railways  for  the  year  ended   31st  Deember, 

1921.     Presented  June  19,   1922 Not  printed. 

20U.     Third    Annual    Report   of    the    Board   of    Directors    of    Canadian    Government    Merchant 
Marine,   I..imited,  for   the   year  ended   31st  December,    1921.      Presented   June   19,    1922. 

Not     printed. 

201.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  24,  1922,   for  a  copy  of  all  letters,   telegram.s, 

applications,  petitions  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  tJovei-ninent  and 
individuals  <jr  companies,  referring  to  conditions  imiJo.sed  on  various  railway  com- 
panies intending  to  use  the  Quebec  Bridge  for  the  purpose  of  reaching  the  city  of 
Quebec.     Presented  June   19,   1922.     Mr.   Parent Not   printed. 

202.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  24,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  contracts,  correspond- 

ence, agreements  and  other  documents,  during  the  period  from  the  year  1911  to 
date,  between  the  Government  directly,  or  through  any  Commission,  and  the  Cana- 
dian Pacific  Railway  or  any  other  railway,  referring  to  the  construction  and  use 
of  the  Union  Station  at  Palais,  city  of  Quebec.     Presented  June  19,  1922.     Mr.  Parent. 

Not     vrinted. 

203.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March   24,   1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  Departments  of 
Justice  and  Marine  and  Fisheries  and  the  Compagnie  du  Pare  St.  Charle.s,  Limited. 
Presented  June  19,   1922.     Hon.   Mr.  Marcil    (Bonaventure) Not  printed. 

204.  Return    to   an    Order   of    the    House   of    May    IS,    1922,    for    a    Return    showing: — 1.  The 

number  of  civil  servants  in  the  employ  of  the  Government  on  the  first  of  January, 
1912,  and  the  total  amount  of  salary  paid  to  them.  2.  The  number  of  civil  servants 
in  the  employ  of  the  (Jovernment  on  the  first  of  January,  1922,  and  the  total  amount 
of  salary  paid  to  them.      Presented  June  19,   1922.      Mr.  Seguin Nut  printed. 

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205.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  22,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams, 

correspondence  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  Government  of  Canada 
and  any  other  parties,  relative  to  the  claims  of  H.  W.  A.  Page.  Presented  June 
19,   1922.     Mr.   Neill -Vof   printed. 

206.  Return  to   an   Order  of  the  House   of   May   10,    1922,   for   a  copy   of   all   correspondence 

between  the  Minister  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  or  any  official  of  that  department, 
and  the  Minister  of  Justice  or  any  official  of  his  department,  in  reference  to  judgment 
given  by  Mr.  Justice  Morrison,  of  British  Columbia,  in  regard  to  the  mode  of  appoint- 
ment of  persons  to  act  as  nautical  assessors  to  assist  the  Dominion  wreck  com- 
missioners in  an  investigation  of  wrecks  and  other  marine  casualties.  Presented 
June  19,  1922.     Mr.  Church A^ot  printed. 

207.  Return   to   an    Order   of   the   House   of   the    22nd   May,    1922,    for   a   copy    of   all    letters, 

telegrams,  correspondence  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the  Government 
of  Canada  and  any  other  parties,  relating  to  the  appointment  and  residence  in  the 
County,  of  Junior  County  Court  Judge,  for  the  County  of  Nanaimo,  British  Columbia. 
Presented  June  20,   1922.     Mr.  Neill y^ot   printed. 

208.  Return   to  an   Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor   General  of   the   5th  June,    1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  and  other  documents  exchanged 
between  the  Dominion  Government  or  any  minister  or  officers  thereof,  and  the 
Government  of  British  Columbia,  or  the  Premier  of  the  said  province  or  any  minister 
or  officer  thereof,  regarding  the  assumption  by  the  Dominion  Government  of  an  issue 
of  Canadian  Northern  bonds  (estimated  $40,000,000)  guaranteed  by  the  province 
of  British  Columbia  and  the  releasing  of  the  British  Columbia  Government  of  all 
liability    in    regard    to    the    .same.      Presented    June    21,    1922.      Hon.    Mr.    Stevens. 

Not     printed. 

209.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  June,  1922,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  tele- 

grams and  documents  or  correspondence  passing  between  the  Order  of  Grain  Buyers 
and  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners,  or  passing  between  the  Order  of  Grain  Buyers 
and  the  Government  or  between  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners  and  the  Govern- 
ment or  officials  thereof  respecting  the  said  Order  of  Grain  Buyers.  Presented  June 
21,   1922.     Hon.   Mr.   Stevens ^ Not   i)rinted. 

210.  Return    to    an    Order    of   the    Senate    dated    June    8,    1922,    for    a     Return     showing: — 

1.  The  road  projects  in  respect  to  which  the  Federal  Government  has  made  pay- 
ments to  the  Government  of  Nova  Scotia.  2.  The  amount  paid  in  respect  to  each 
of  the  projects  and  the  dates  of  payment.  .3.  The  balances,  if  any,  claimed  by  the 
Government  of  Nova  Scotia  in  respect  to  each  of  the  projects.  4.  All  other  road 
projects  which  have  been  submitted  by  the  Government  of  Nova  Scotia  to  the  Federal 
Government,  the  mileage  of  each,  the  proposed  cost  of  each ;  and  the  projects 
respectively  that  have  been  approved  by  the  Federal  Department.  Presented  June 
21,    1922.      Hon.   Mr.    Tanner Not   printed. 

211.  Return   to   an   Order   of  the   Senate   dated   June    8,    1922,    for   a   return   of   copies   of   all 

agreements  between  the  Government  or  any  department  of  the  Government  and  the 
Acadia  Coal  Company  in  respect  to  the  railway  between  New  Glasgow  and  Thorburn 
in  Nova  Scotia.     Presented  June  21,  1922.     Hon.  Mr.  Tanner Not  printed. 

212.  Copy  of  Treaty  of  Peace  between  the  Allied  and  Associated  Powers  and  Hungary,   and 

Protocol  and  Declaration,  signed  at  Trianon,  June  4,   1920.     Presented  June   22,    1922. 

Not     printed. 

213.  Copy   ef  Treaty  of   Peace  with   Turkey,   signed   at   Sevres,   August   10,    1920.      Presented 

June    22,    1922 A'ot    printed. 

214.  Return   to  an   Order   of   the   House   of   the    15th   June,    1922,    for   a    Return     showing:— 

1.  The  amounts  paid  by  the  Government,  and  to  whom,  for  auditing  public  expenditure 
since  the  Civil  Service  Act  of  1918  became  effective.  2.  The  total  amount  of  the 
claims  of  the  Clarkson  Commission  for  inquiry  and  audit  in  the  Militia  Department 
in  respect  of  the  sterling  exchange  payments  to  returned  soldiers  and  others.  3. 
Whether  any  or  all  of  the  sterling  exchange  payments  made  by  the  Chief  Accountant 
were  audited  by  the  Audit  Staff  of  the  Militia  Department.  4.  The  total  amount 
computed  or  estimated  to  have  been  fraudulently  obtained  in  exchange  transactions 
by  or  on  behalf  of  returned  soldiers  or  others.  5.  Whether  any  of  the  officials  or 
employees  of  the  Accounts  Branch,  Militia  Department,  who  were  connected  with 
or  responsible  for  handling  sterling  exchange  payiuenis  to  returned  soldiers  or  others, 
received  any  increase  in  pay  or  were  classified  in  a  higher  grade  by  the  Civil  Service 
Commission  after  undertaking  this  sterling  exchange  work.  6.  If  so,  the  names  of 
such  officials  or  employees.  7.  At  what  rate  of  pay  Messrs.  Allen,  Lowe  and  Hubbell 
were  paid  each  fiscal  year  since  their  appointment,  and  on  what  dates  increases  of 
pay  by  reclassification  or  otherwise  became  effective.  8.  Before  being  permanently 
appointed,  whether  these  men  passed  any  examination  prescribed  by  the  Civil  Service 
Commission.     Presented  June  23,  1922.     Mr.   Vien Not   printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  d—Condudrd. 

215.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    the    Ist    May,    1922,    for    a     Return     showing:— 

1.  The  amount  of  money  the  Canadian  Government  advanced  to  the  Imperial  Govern- 
ment each  year,  from  the  declaration  of  the  late  war  up  to  the  present  date,  and  on 
what  dates  the  said  amounts  were  advanced.  2.  How  much,  if  any,  the  Government 
of  Canada  has  received  as  reimbursement  U>t  these  advances.  3.  Whether  this 
reimbursement  was  made  in  cash  or  in  kind.  4.  If  in  kind,  what  articles  were 
received,  and  of  what  value.     Presented  June  23,  1922.     Mr.  Vien Not  jirinted. 

216.  Return   to   an   Order   of   the   House   of   the    10th    April,    1922,    for   a   copy   of   all   letters. 

telegrams,  correspondence,  rulings  of  the  department,  and  all  other  documents 
regarding  the  claim  for  compensation  to  the  owners  of  Crown  Patents  to  lot  two 
hundred  and  twenty-five,  Hudson  Bay  Company's  survey,  in  the  parish  of  St.  John, 
Manitoba.     Presented  June  23,   1922.     Mr.   Garland    (Carleton)  .  .  .  ." Not  pi-inted. 

217.  Return   to   an    Order  of   the   House   of   June    7,    1922,    for   a   Return    .showing: — 1.  What 

pensions  have  been  i)aid  by  the  Government,  in  the  county  of  Middlesex,  during  the 
fiscal  year  1921-22.  2.  To  whom  such  pensions  were  paid  and  their  home  addresses. 
3.  The    amount   paid    in    pensions.      Presented    June    27,    1922.      Mr.    Drummond. 

Not    printed. 

218.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the   12th  June,   1922, 

for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  petitions,  memoranda.  Orders  in  Council,  Minutes 
of  Council,  and  other  documents  in  the  possession,  or  under  the  control  of  the  Govern- 
ment of  Canada  or  of  any  department  thereof,  of  date  subseciuent  to  April  30.  1920, 
relating  to  the  proposed  reclamation  of  the  area  in  the  province  of  British  Columbia 
and  the  state  of  Idaho  known  as  the  Kootenay  Flats.  Pre.sented  June  27,  1922.  Mr. 
Humphrey    ^ot    jjrinted. 

219.  Partial   Return   to   an   Order   of   the    Senate   of   the    22nd   March,    1922,   for   a    statement 

showing  the  number  of  employees  appointed  in  the  different  departments  of  the 
Government  each  year  since  1911,  up  to  1922,  and  the  increase  of  cost  of  the  Civil 
Service  since  1911.     Presented  June  27,   1922.     Hon.  Mr.  David Not  printed. 


25 

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4 


12  GEORGE  V 


SESSIONAL  PAPER    No.   1 


A.  1922 


REPORT 


OF  THE 


AUDITOR  GENERAL 


FOR  THE 

YEAR  ENDED  MARCH  31 


1921 


VOLUME  II 

PARTS  K  to  SS 


PRINTED  BY  ORDER  OF  PARLIAMENT 


OTTAWA 

1'.  A.  ACLAND 

PUINIKU    rO  THi:   KING'S  MOST  EXCELLENT  MAJESTV 

192  2 


[No.  1—1922] 


12  GEORGE  V  DOCUMENT   PARLEMENTAIRE  No   1  A.   1922 


RAPPORT 


L'AUDITEUR  GENERAL 


L'EXERCICE  CLOS  LE  31  MARS 

1921 

VOLUME  II 

PARTIES  K  a  SS 


IMPRlSlL  PAR  ORDRE  DV  I'ARLEMENT 


OTTAWA 

F.  A.  ACLAND 

IMPRIMEUR  DE  SA  TRfeS  EXCELLENT^  MAJESTlS  LI-;  ROI 

1922 


[N°    1  —  199.21 


12  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.   1  A.  1922 


Report  of  the  Auditor  General. 


I  luive  the  honour  to  sul)mit  the  Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  Canada 
for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1921,  including  statements  in  detail  of 
the  Expenditure  and  Revenue  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  that  period. 


•E.  D.  SUTHERLAND, 

Auditor  General. 


Ottawa,  ISIarch  13,  1922. 


12  GEORGE  V  DOCUMENT   PARLEMENTAIRE  No   1  A.   1922 


Rapport  de  I'auditeur  general. 


.rai  riiouneur  de  vous  sovinu'tlri'  Ic  rapport  dc  rAudilcur  jiciicral  dii  Canada 
pour  rcxcreicc  clos  le  31  mars  1921,  ainf>i  que  les  etats  detailles  des  depcnses  et 
des  rccettes  du  Dominion  du  Canada    pendant  cette  p^riode. 

E.  D.  ^SUTHERLAND, 

Auditeur  General. 

Ottawa,  Jo  nuns  1922. 


12  GEORGE  V 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.   1 


A.  1922 


TABLE   OF   CONTENTS 


Volume  I. 

Introduction 

Treasury  Board  Over-rulings 

Treasury  Board  Correspondence 

Civil  Service  Correspondence 

General  Corri'spondence 

Appropriation  Accounts 

Revenue  Summaries 

Arrears  due 

Details  of  Expenditure  and  Revenue. 

Agriculture  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Air  Board — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Archives  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Auditor  General's  OflBce — Expenditure. . . 
Gi^^l  Service  Commission — Expenditure.. 

"  Revenue 

Conservation  Commission — Expenditure . 

Customs  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

External  Affairs  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Finance  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Governor  General's  Office — Expenditure.. 

Health  Dept. — Expenditure 

_ "      _  Revenue 

Immigration  &  Colonization — 

Expenditure , 

Revenue 

Indian  Affairs  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Bevenue 

■'  IiidianTrust  Fund 

Inland  Revenue  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Insurance  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 


Page. 


a— 

2 

a — 

42 

a — 

74 

a — 

86 

b— 

2 

b— 

48 

b— 

.51 

A— 

2 

A— 

123 

AA— 

2 

AA— 

35 

B- 

2 

B— 

7 

BB— 

2 

C— 

2 

C—  16 

CC— 

2 

D— 

2 

D- 

.02 

E— 

2 

E— 

8 

F— 

2 

F— 

[27 

G— 

2 

GG- 

2 

GG- 

29 

H— 

2 

H— 

70 

I — 

2 

I 

67 

I~ 

70 

II— 

2 

II— 

31 

J 

9 

J— 

4 

Volume  II. 


Interior  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

[Justice  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Labour  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Legislation — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Marine  &  Fisheries  Dept. — Expenditure.. 

"  Revenue 

Militia  &  Defence  Dept. — Expenditure. . 

"  Revenue 

Mines  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Naval  Service  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Patents  &  Copyrights — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Post  Office  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 


Volume  III. 

Printing  &  Stationery  Dept. — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Privy  Council  Office — Expenditure 

Public  Works  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Railways  &  Canals  Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police  Dept.: — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Secretary  of  State  Dept. — Expenditure.. 

"  Revenue 

Soldiers    Civil     Re-Establishment— 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Soldier  Settlement  Board— Expenditure . 

"  "  Revenue 

Trade  &  Commerce  Dept. — Expenditure 
"  Revenue 


Page. 

K—  2 

K— 171 
1^  2 
L^  47 
M—  2 
M—  17 
N—  2 
N—  27 
O—  2 
O— 206 
P—  2 
P— 180 
Q-  2 
Q—  31 
R—  2 
R—  07 
S—  2 
S—  .5 
SS—  2 
SS— 268 


T—  2 
T—  .56 
U—  2 
V—  2 
V— 318 
W—  2 
W— 203 

X—  2 
X—  42 
Y—  2 
Y—  30 

YY—  2 
YY— 21!) 
Z—  2 
Z— 101 
ZZ—  2 
ZZ—  08 


12  GEORGE  V 


DOCUMENT   PARLEMENTAIRE   No   1 


A.   1PP2 


TABLE  DES  MATIERES 


Volume  I. 


Introduction 

Objections  de  la  trcsorerie 

Correspoiulance  do  la  tr6sororie 

Correspondance  coiicernant  la  loijdu  Ser- 

Civil ;•.•■*■■. 

Correspondanoe  de  Tadministration 

Comptfts  d  'appropriation 

Sommaire  den  rerettcs 

Arr6rages  dus 


Deliih  des  Mvenses  et  des  recetles. 


Miniotere  de  rAgricult. — D^penses 

"  Recettes 

Commission  de  I'Air — -Depenscs 

"  "  Recettes 

Division  des  Archives — D6penses 

"  Recettes 

Bureau  de  I'Audifeur  g^n^ral — D^pensc- . 
Commission  du  Sei"vice  Civil— D^penses 

"  Recettes.. 

Commission  de  Conservation — D^penses. 

Minist^re  des  Douanes — D^penses 

"  Recettes 

Depart,  des  Affaires  ext^rieures — 

D6penses 

Recettes 

Ministere  des  Finances — D6penses 

"  Recettes 

Bur.  du  Gouverneur  g6n6ral — D6penses. . 

Bureau  de  Sant6 — D6penses 

"  Recettes 

Immigration  et  colonisation — D^penses. . 
"  Recettes... 

Depart  des  Af] aires  des  ludiens— 

D6penses 

Recettes 

Fords  Fiducie  Indiens 

Minisrtere  du  Revonu  de  Tint. — Depenses 

"  Recettes.. 

D^partement  des  Assurances— D6penses. 

"  Recettes. 


PAOB. 

a—  2 

a—  42 

a—  74 

a-  8() 

b-  2 

b—  48 

b-  51 

A—  2 

A— 123 

AA—  2 

AA—  35 

B—  2 

B—  7 

BB-  2 

C—  2 

C—  16 

CC—  2 

D—  2 

D— 102 

E-  2 

E—  8 

F—  2 

F— 127 

G—  2 

GO—  2 

GG—  29 

H—  2 

H-  70 

I—  2 

I—  67 

I-  70 

II—  2 

II—  31 

J—  2 

.J—  4 

Volume  II. 

Ministfere  de  I'lnt^rieur — Depenses 

"  Recettes., 

Ministire  de  la  Justice — Depenses 

"  Recettes 

Ministere  du  Travail — Depenses 

"  Recettes 

Legislation — Depenses 

"  Recettes 

MinLstere  de  la  Mar.  et  PSch.— Depenses. 

"  Recettes.. 

Ministfere  de  la  Milice  et  Def. — Depenses 

"  Recettes.. 

Ministere  des  Mines — Depenses 

"  Recettes 

Dept.  du  Service  Naval — D^^penses 

"  Recettes 

Patantes  et  droits  d'autres — D6penses. . . 
"  "  Recettes.... 

Ministere  des  Postes — D6pensea 

"  Recettes 

Volume  III. 

Dep.  de.«  Imp.  et  de  la  Pap. —  Depenses. . . 

"  liecettes 

Bureau  du  Conseil  prive — Depenses 

Ministr-re  dos  Trav.  publics — Depenses. . . 

"  Recettes.... 

Min.  des  Ch.  de  fer  et  Canaux — Depenses. 

"  Recettes.. 

Iloyale  gend.  a  cheval  du  N.-O. — 

Depenses 

Recettes     

Secretariat  d'Etat — Depenses 

"  Recettes 

Retablissement  civil  des  soldats — 

Depenses 

Recettes 

Commission    d'Etabliasement    dee    sol- 

divts — Depenses 

Recettes 

Ministere  du  Commerce — Depenses 

"  -   Recettes 


K—  2 
K— 171 
L—  2 
L—  47 
M—  2 
M—  17 
N-  2 
N—  27 
O-  2 
0—200 
P—  2 
P— 180 
Q—  2 
Q—  31 
R—  2 
R—  67 
S—  2 
S—  5 
S&-  2 
SS— 208 


T—  2 
T—  56 
U—  2 
V—  2 
V— 318 
W—  2 
W-203 

X-  2 
X—  42 
Y—  2 
Y—  30 

YY—    2 

YY— 219 

Z—    2 

Z— 101 

ZZ—    2 

ZZ—  68 


12  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.   1  A.  1922 

AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT 

1920-21 


PART  K 

INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT 


DETAILS  OF  EXPENDITURE  AND  REVENUE 


RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  GENERAL 

1920-21 


PARTIE  K 

MINISTERE  DE  L'INTERIEUR 


f  V 


DETAIL  DES  DEFENSES  ET  DES  RECETTES 

1— iK 


K— 2 


AUDITOR  GEl^ERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12   GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Interior  Department:  Summary  of  Eipenditure  and  Revenue 
Alinistere  de  I'lnt^rieur:  Resume  des  d^penses  et  des  revenus 


$     cts. 


S     cts. 


Expenditure — Depenses 

Civil  Government — 

Minister's  salary,  under  Statute (Page  K —    3) 

Salaries  under  Supply  Bill (Page  Iv —    3'i 

Contingencies (Page  K —  22 ) 

Dominion  Lands  and  Parks — 

Salaries  of  Outside  Service (Page  K —  37) 

Contingencies,  Advertising,  etc (Page  K —  37) 

Surveys,  Examination  of  returns,  etc (Page  K —  52) 

Board  of  Examiners  for  D.  L.  Surveyors (Page  K —  80) 

Protection  of  Timber (Page  K —  81 ; 

Water  Powers  Investigations  and  Eeports (Page  K — 105) 

Dominion  Power  Board,  salaries  and  expenses (Page  K — 111) 

Surveys  and  Inspections  under  Irrigation  Act (Page  K — 111) 

Canadian  National  Parks (Page  K — 121) 

Northwest  Game  and  Migratory  Bird  Act (Page  K  — 143) 

Reindeer  and  Musk  Ox  Commi ision (Page  K — 146^' 

Map  5  of  Dominion  and  N.W.  Territories (Page  K — 147 1 

Costs  of  Litigation  and  Legal  Expenses (Page  K — 149) 

Ordnance  Lands,  salaries  and  Expenses (Page  K — 149) 

Reclamation  of  Dominion  Lands  by  Drainage (Page  K — 149 1 

Land  for  water  power  purposes,  etc (Page  K — 151) 

Refund  to  James  Smith  amount  paid  for  purchase  of  land,  etc.  (Page  K — 1511 

Grant,  Alpine  Club  of  Canada (Page  K — 152i 

Grant,  Canadian  Forestry  Association (Page  K — 152) 

Grant,  Cypress  Hills  Witer  L'sers'  Association. .    (Page  K — 152) 

Grant,  Dominion  Land  Surveyors'  Association (Page  K — 152) 

Grant,  Western  Canada  Irrigation  Association (Page  K — 152) 

Exchequer  Court  Awards,  under  Statute (Page  K — 152) 

Scientific  Institutions — 

Dominion  Astronomical  Observatorj',  Ottawa (Page  K — 152) 

Dominion  Astrophysical  Observatory,  Victoria,  B.C (Page  K — 153) 

Geodetic  Survey,  investigation,  triangulations,  etc (Page  K — 154) 

Geodetic  Survey,  International  Boundaries (Page  K — 162) 

Government  of  Northwest  Territories (Page  K — 163) 

Government  of  Yukon  Territory — 

Salaries  and  Expenses (Page  K — 164) 

Grant  to  Local  Council (Page  K — 164) 

Grant  to  Local  Council  for  roads (Page  K — 164) 

Superannuation  No.  4,  under  Statute (Pige  K — 166) 

Miscellaneous — 

Provisional  Allowance  Vote  363 (Page  K— 166) 

Reclassification  Vote  558 (Page  K— 166) 

Gratuities (Page  K— 166) 


Open  Accou7ifs — Comptes  courants 

School  Lands (Page  K— 167) 

Seed  Grain (Page  K— 1681 

Revenue — Revenu 

Dominion  Lands  Revenue (Page  K— 171) 

Ordnance  Land  Revenue (Page  K — 196; 

Registration  Fees,  Yukon (Page  K— 196) 

Fines  and  Forfeitures ^ (Page  K— 197) 

Casual  Revenue (Page  K— 197) 


9,250  00 

1,217,716  87 

140,241  86 


1,367,208  73 


459,748  34 

249,601  34 

685,013  00 

1,968  29 

862, 757  35 

245,579  89 

6,208  32 

441,114  19 

731,005  15 

47,999  60 

1,266  58 

72,840  83 

9,996  23 

1,278  13 

92,426  92 

25,000  00 

890  00 

1,000  00 

7,000  00 

250  GO 

125  00 

1,000  00 

11,958  02 


35, 183  78 

10,274  39 

291,000  00 

42,842  38 


59,182  69 
90,000  00 
40, 000  00 


513,987  37 

295,894  02 

3,813  98 


3,956,027  18 


379,300  55 
29,145  71 


189,482  69 
1,679  9& 


813,695  37 


6,736,540  19 


102,305  31 
581,729  4S 


3,955,325  56 

8,877  88 

441  00 

1,139  75 

810,762  44 


4,776,546  63 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 3 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appolntements  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr6ragps 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointc- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


$     cts 


300  00 
247  91 


62  31 

76  25 

75  00 
57  75 

107  25 
01  00 

55  00 
57  75 
40  50 

82  50 
•  47  20 

76  00 
67  12 

129  12 

56  50 
59  00 


75  00 
128  50 


Paid  under  Statute — Paye  en  vertu  de  la  loi 

Minister — 

Hon.  Arthur  MeiRhen,  3  in.  to  June  30,  at  $7,000,  July 

1  to  9  at  .§10,000  (■ippointed  Premier) 

Sir  James  Loufiheed,  July  10  to  Mar.  31,  at  .110,000. 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Appointemcnts  du  (/ouverne- 
ment  civil 

Deputy  Minister — 

VV.  W.Cory,  12m 

Assistant    Deputy    Minister    R.  A.  Gib-son,    3    m.    at 

$3,900,  9  m.  at  $4,200 


Deputy  Minister's  Office — 

W.  C.  Bethune,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $1,080,  0  m 

at  $1,320 

I^.  M.  Blake,  sr.  elk.,  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  R.  Boulger,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

G.  C.  Brault,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  N.  Chandler,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

W.  C.  Fagan,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  E.  Gibson,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  Greaves,  confidential  mess.,  12  m 

A.  H.  Irish,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,    6   m.    to   Sept.    30   at 

$1,380  (resigned) 

A.  C.  MacCormac,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

M.  May,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  May,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

C.  Neale,  elk.  stenog,  12  m 

G.  E.  Purvis,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Smith,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

E.  A.  Wainman,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 


Mi 


130  37 

75  00 
70  00 
105  03 

82  50 
76  00 
39  12 

52  75 

26  28 

21  80 
21  62 

t 
67  00 
76  00 

2,705  13 

er's  Offiee — 

.  Avery,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

W.  Bryan,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

S.  Heaslip,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Hinds,  private  sec'y's  allowanee,  Jan  .1  to 

Mar.  31  at  S600  (salary  under  Senate) 

.  P.  Johnston,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

.  M.  McDougall,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  Mitchell,  1  B,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $2,800  (re- 
signed ) 

G .  Mitchell,  private  sec'y.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $600 

.  F.  Rogers,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

.  McKay  Scott,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Story,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Aug.  23  at 

$1 , 380  (resigned) 

.  R.  Walters,  elk.,  12  m 


Accountant's  Branch — 

C.  H.  Allerv,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  April  1  to  Sept.  2, 

at  $1 , 050  (resigned) 

J.  Anderson  (see  Health  Department) 

M.  F.  Angel,  elk.  stenog.,  4  m.  to  July  31  at  $1,260 

(resigned ) 

C.  H.  Beddoe,  lA,  12  m 

G.    C.  Bee.son,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12m 

C.  R.  Binks,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 


Carried  forward . 


$  cts. 


833  32 


46  19 
145  00 
120  00 
13.5  00 
225  00 
80  00 
20  00 
135  00 

120  00 
270  00 
320  00 
80  00 
322  50 
662  50 
no  00 
100  00 


650  00 

687  50 


120  00 
20  00 


270  00 
80  00 


207  50 
35  00 


436  66 
12  50 


20  00 
80  00 


6,403  67 


stsF 


1,991  92 
7,2.58  08 


6.000  00 
4, 125  00 


1,200  00 
1,380  00 
1,380  00 
1,020  00 
1.920  00 
1,140  00 
1,080  00 
1,020  00 

690  00 
1 , 380  00 
2,040  00 
1,440  00 
1,020  00 
1 , 920  00 
] , 020  00 
1,020  00 


l,,'iOO  00 
1 . 920  00 
1 , 920  00 

150  00 
1,.3S0  00 
1,.380  00 

2.099  97 

450  00 

1 , 380  00 

1,440  00 

545  32 
1,020  00 


443  33 


420  00 
4,000  00 
1,320  00 
1,440  00 


62,853  62 


$  cts. 


240  00 


390  00 

132  00 

132  00 

222  00 

252  00 

420  00 

420  00 

420  00 

66  00 

132  00 

102  00 

137  50 

252  00 

222  00 

222  00 

102  00 

252  00 

210  00 

132  00 

132  00 

132  00 

102  00 

.52  16 

420  00 

93  73 


54  00 
240  00 
132  00 
348  00 


6,169  39 


1— IjK 


K-^ 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
laterieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


$     cts 

2,705  13 


27  06 


44  00 

34  38 

76  00 

81  00 

4  38 

71  87 

,  25  50 

3  25 

55  00 

71  25 

30  00 

106  00 

88  00 

51  50 

14  76 

27  10 

36  50 

86  31 

65  00 

195  00 

66  25 

11  48 

32  25 

28  39 

143  50 

12  52 

80  00 

73  75 

58  37 

64  37 

65  87 

41  25 

166  00 

194  50 

50  63 

57  75 

4  46 

60  62 

76  00 

30  00 

191  00 

65  00 

54  00 

.  Brought  forward . 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Accountant's  Branch — Continued 

M.  Bracken,  jr.  elk.  typist.  6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $800, 

2  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $850  (resigned). 

L.  B.  Buck,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  4  m.  at  S840,  8  m.  at  $780 
E.  F.  Burnett,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  S650,  9  m. 

at  $700 

W.  R.  Burrill,  sr.  acct.  elk..  12  m 

A.  P.  Capreol,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r..  12  m 

R.  L.  Casselman,  April  1-30  at  $1,050  (transferred 

to  Auditor  General's  Offi  ce) 

A.  R.  Chevrier,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  3  m.  at  $1,080,  9 

m.  at  SI ,  380 

E.  W.  Clarke,  acct.  elk.,  April  1  to  Oct.  23  at  $1,020, 

less  9  d.  qnd  half  pay  90  d.  (resigned) 

W.  B.  Cole,  sr.  elk.  (see  Civil  Service  Com.) 

M.  C.  Cormier,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m , 

E.  J.  Ebbs,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  H.  Edwards,  mess,  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Ewen,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Fortier,  sr.  elk.,  12  m , 

W.J.  Gibson,  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  M.  Good,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Oct.  4  to  Mar.  31  at 

$600 

J.  A.  Goudreault,  acct.  elk.,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,300 

A.  B.  Grimes,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

W.  F.  Hanchet,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  K.  Hancock,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  B.  Hill,  dept'l.  accountant  gr.  3,  12  m 

D.  Hogan.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  9  m.  at  $1,300,  3  m.    at 

SI. 400 

V.  G.  Holland,  acct.  elk..  Jan.  5  to  Mar.  31  at  $960. 
J,  A.  Huggins,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,380 

(resigned ) .• 

F.  A.  S.  Hughson,  acct.  elk..  May  29  to  Dec.  19  at 

$960  (transferred  to  Customs) 

W.  Hutton.  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  2.  12  m 

C.  Hyman.  elk.,  Dec.  28  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

W.J.Johnston,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  I.  Kelly,  senior  account  cierk,  12  m 

J.  A.  R.  Latendresse,  account  cierK,  12  m. 

H.  A.  L.  Lee,  clerk  book-keeper.  12  m 

M.  Leetham,  clerk  stenographer,  12  m 

M.  Lyons,  junior  clerk  typist,  6  m.  at  $800,  6  m.  at 

$850 

G.  I.  MacLean,  departmental  accountant,  grade  4, 

12  m 

P.  Marchand,  departmental  accountant,  grade  5, 

12  m 

I.  Markell,  account  clerk,  12  m 

W.  McCarthy,  account  clerk,  12  m 

R.  I.  MeCracken,  junior  clerk  stenographer,  Feb.  7 

to  Mar.  31  at  S600 

F.  McCausland,  clerk  book-keeper,  12  m 

A.  T.  McFarlane,  senior  clerk  book-keeper,  12  m. . . 

A.  McGovem,  junior  clerk  typist,  12  m 

R.  A.  J.  Mclsaac,  departmental  accountant,  grade  3. 

12  m 

C.  McStravick.  clerk  stenographer,  12  m 

S.  J.  Morris,  confidential  miessenger,  12  m 


$     cts 

,403  67 


80  00 


80  00 
180  00 


132  50 


80  74 
65  00 


45  00 


200  00 
80  00 
10  00 


10  00 
346  18 


1,100  00 


70  00 

"osooo 


95  00 
147  50 
207  50 
297  50 


200  00 

230  00 

52  76 

135  00 


132  50 
80  00 


1,000  00 

"  "eo'oo' 


$     cts 

62,853  62 


541  62 
800  00 

687  50 
1,440  00 
1.440  00 

87  50 

1,305  00 

423  29 


1,100  00 
1,380  00 
600  00 
1,920  00 
1,680  00 
1,020  00 

295  16 

541  65 

720  00 

1,380  00 

1,300  00 

2,820  00 

1,325  00 
229  68 

575  00 

536  77 
2.220  00 

250  32 
1.600  00 
1..380  00 
1.020  00 
1.080  00 
1,020  00 

825  00 

3,120  00 

3,660  00 

960  00 

1,020  00 

89  29 

1.080  00 

1,440  00 

600  00 

2,820  00 
1,300  00 
1,020  00 


$     cts. 
6,169  39 


168  00 
252  00 

150  00 
348  00 
102  00 

18  50 

306  00 

174  30 

192  00 
372  00 

252  00 
300  00 
420  00 

73  79 
165  00 
150  00 
372  00 
162  00 
240  00 

390  00 
100  48 

55  00 

234  84 
252  00 
70  42 
72  00 
132  00 
321  00 
192  00 
222  00 

150  00 

240  00 

240  00 
222  00 
222  00 

22  32 
192  00 
348  00 
252  00 

240  00 
162  00 
420  00 


5,526  95    Carried  forward. 


12,170  85 


113,506  40 


15,139  04 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 5 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr6rages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coftt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts 

5,526  95 


82  50 
114  75 
126  00 


t 


88  00 


56  50 

30  00 

77  50 

57  75 

48  00 

17  17 

81  00 

72  50 

130  37 

20  00 

13  39 

154  00 

56  87 

57  12 

50  00 

65  00 

75  00 

54  62 

56  25 

62  50 

60  00 

88  00 

63  75 

74  00 

60  00 

50  00 

n  9  32 

•  84  00 

t 

50  00 

65  00 

50  00 

61  00 

70  00 

141  00 

36  25 

45  63 

76  00 

27  54 

62  50 

61  00 

.  Brought  forward . 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued— Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Accountant's  Branch — Concluded 

E.  V.  Neilson,  senior  clerk  stenographer,  12  m 

P.  V.  Neville,  principal  clerk  book-keeper,  12  m... . 

N.  E.  Pelletier,  principal  clerk,  12  m 

G.  D.  Pope,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  6,  April  1  to 

Feb.  20  at  §3,660,  Feb.  21  to  Mar.  31  at  $4,020. . 
D.  P.  Purcell,  sr.  acct.  cIk.,  12  m.  ibonus  arrear.s 

1919-20,  S174) 

D.  Ramagc,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

G.  Richer,  jr.  elk.  typist,  12  m 

E.  Robitaille,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Sauvage,  elk.,  12  m 

E.  A.  Selfridge,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  F.  Shaw  fSee  Health  Department). 

T.  T.  Smythe,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  1,  10  m.  to 
Jan.  31  at  81,980  (superannuated) 

A.  A.  Traversv.  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,450  (less 
half-pay  SU  d.) 

W.  J.  L.  Turner,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Turriff,  elk.,  5  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  S960 

M.  M.  Walsh,  junr.  elk.  stenog.,  Oct.  21  to  Mar.  31  at 
.?600  nef5s  Id.) 

E.  E.  Wood,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  3,  12  m 

Secretary''s  Branch — 

J.  A.  Archambault,  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Bastien,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m , 

B.  Blanchard,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Desjardins,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  B.  Duhamel,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Dupont,  elk.,  12  m 

E.Gardner,  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  SI, 100, 6  m.  at  $1,150 

M.  T.  Kealy,  elk.,  12  m 

C.  M.  Knight,  elk.,  12  m 

P.  R.  Laflamme,  translator,  12  m 

J.  Lafurgey,  elk.,  6  m.  at  51,250,  6  m.  at  ?1,300 

W.  P.  Lochnan,  sr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  §1,400,  9  m.  at  $1,500. 
M.  B.  MacDonald,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

E.  G.  F.  Mullen,  mess,  elk.,  12  m 

F.  Nelson,  asst.  sec'v.,  12m 

C.  C.  Pelletier,  prin^clk.,  12  m 

L.  Pereira,  sec'v.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $2,800  (deceased) 
S.  R.  Preston,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,000  (less  half-pay 

70id-) 

I.  Ritchie,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

C.  Rouleau,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,000  (less  6^  d.  and 

half-pav  120  d.) 

H.  Seed,  elk.,  12  m 

M.  W.  Stalker,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  Sylvain,  prin.  translator,  12  m 

A.  Th6riault,  jr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  S700,  6  m.  at  S750 

A.  M.  Traveller,  jr.  elk.,  9  m.  at  S900,  3  m.  at  $950.. 

M.  Tremhlay,  translator,  12  m 

A.  Walters,  jr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  .?700,  6  m.  to  Dec.  31 

at  $750  (transferred  to  Air  Board) 

M.  Wi.seman,  elk.  st«nog.,  12  m 

W.  Wright,  elk.,  12  m 


8,408  73"   Carried  forward . 


$  cts, 
12,170  85 


270  00 
375  00 
600  00 

80  00 

80  00 
110  00 


170  00 
135  00 
343  25 


260  00 


687  50 


380  00 


57  50 
122  50 


72  50 


79  89 


80  00 

20  00 

300  00 


80  00 


80  00 


$  cts 
113,506  40 


1,.380  00 
1,920  00 
1,920  00 

3,698  57 

1,680  00 
1,020  00 

600  00 
1,.380  00 
1,020  00 

960  00 


1,650  00 

1,350  54 

1,920  00 

400  00 

266  13 

2,700  00 

1,080  00 
1,020  00 
1 , 000  00 
l,.30O  00 
1,500  00 
1,020  00 
1,125  00 
1,250  00 
1,200  00 
1,680  00 
1,275  00 
1,475  00 
1,200  00 

1,000  no 

2,800  00 
2,800  00 
2,099  97 

904  58 
1,300  00 

817  41 
1,140  00 
1,380  00 
2,520  00 
725  00 
912  50 
1,440  00 

549  99 
1,250  00 
1,140  00 


$  cts. 
15,139  04 


132  00 
252  00 


240  00 

474  00 
222  00 
150  00 
372  00 
222  00 
420  00 


200  00 

326  47 

252  00 

92  50 

114  62 
240  00 

192  00 
222  00 
222  00 
162  00 
348  00 
222  00 
192  00 
162  00 
396  00 
42  00 
162  00 
3.54  00 
162  00 
420  00 
240  00 
240  00 

180  00 

200  83 
162  00 

181  50 
192  00 
132  00 
240  00 
252  00 
252  00 
102  00 

189  00 
162  00 
420  00 


16,553  99 


176,276  09 


25,251  95 


K— 6 


AUDITOR  QENERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts 

8,408  73 


*  45  40 

198  50 

91  00 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


59  00 

41  62 

35  50 

47  33 

72  50 

60  00 
48  75 
35  25 

35  62 

36  88 
35  62 

64  88 

55  00 
41  68 

32  25 
11  66 

76  25 

57  12 

58  37 

11  83 

113  50 
110  00 

12  98 

36  37 
35  62 

105  00 

41  25 

58  50 
132  50 
70  00 
38  25 

265  00 

57  12 

•  72  00 

6  69 
5  56 


10,819  08 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Brought  forward , «  . . 

16, oc 


Cinl  Government  Salaries-Contmued-Appomtements 
au  gouvernement  civil— Suite 

Law  Clerk's  Branch— 

B.  Barber,  law  elk.,  12  m 

K.  R.  Dalj',  dept'l.  solicitor,  12  m 

(leT/h-fif*'  ^'■■-ol  f'*"-  stenog.,  12  m.' at  $1,440 
(.less  naif-pay  o2  d.)  . . . 

M.  L.  Walls,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

Dominion    Lands   Branch—  

''■  ^72t6Slit&^^"°^-'  '  ™-  ^^  ^'^^°-  ^ --t 
^'  \V2o'''^''"'^"''  •'''■  ''^^'  ^*«"«g-  6  m.  atS700,  6  m.  at 

M.  G.  Anderson,  cljc.  stenog.,  Anrii  6  ito  Mar  Vl'-^f 
S960  (less  1  d.) ^^  ^* 

G.  F.  Beardsley,  sr.  elk.,  April  1  to  May  9,'  Nov."  19 
to  Mar.  31  at -SI. .380  >uv.  i»i 


350  00 
670  00 


380  00 
160  00 


50 


F.  B.  Beatty.cik  stenog'.;  12  m.at  SL200  (less2  d.) 
?■  u°o.l°1'  J^;  fi'.«  ^Ik..  6  m.  at  ?9oO,  6  m.  at  S1,000 


Z.  H.  B 


at  .Slo"^'"'"^'  ^""^  '''''■  ®**^"''^-  ^  ™-  ^t  ^''OO'  3  ra 


'^'  '^\£sTd^["  ''^^'  ■^^^^'""s"'  •'^  ™-  at  S660V9m'.  at  §720 


m'  ^I'  ^n"^'  Jr-.elk.;  3  m.  at  S76o;  9  m.'  at  $750 
M.  A.  D.  Burnside,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  -^    -^  » 


9  m.at  $720  ''''^- stenog.,  3  ^m.  at  S660, 

^'  UmTtfliio^'''  ""'•^t^^og-'  1  '^'-  at  81,050. 
O.  Caron,  confidential  mess.,  12  m 

1  m.'t^Sg'eo  ■  ^*^°°^-  ^  "'•  ^*  '^00-  5  m.  at  S850, 

M  S  r?^'  ^""f  ''^^o-  stenogi.Sm.  at  ■§600,9  m!  at  S660 
M.  b.  Cook,  clK.,  2  m.  to  Feb.  28  at-Sl,400  (resigned). 
J.  C.  Cowan,  sr.  elk.,  12  m  6."cu/. 

^J-  -^-  J-  Craig,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

M.  M.  Crou-n,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m. . . 
^-  G.  Cummings,  jr.  cIk.  stenog.,  Xov 

at.S600(Iessld.) 

'I.  Davidson,  prin.  elk.,  12  m. 

H.  L.  Edwards,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

^630^^''^''  ■''"■  '''^"  ^*^"*^g-'  -ct-  26  to  Mar.  31  at 

\l'  ^'  ^''''■'  ''^^-  «!enog  ■  Aprill  toNov.'  15  at  31,020 

at  £2?"^°"'  '"'■  ^*^°°^-'  ^  ™-  ^*  ■^'^^^'  ^  "^• 


70  00 


7  50 


50 


20  00 


9  to  Mar.  31 


145  00 
122  50 
147  50 


^'  %^°f  ^^'  ^'''  ''^■'  ^^  ""■  ^^  '^'^^^  (less  half-pay 


'^'  "^^<Sn''n'""'  fi- .?*''•  ^il°°f"  6  m.  at  $800,  6  m.  at 

S80O  (less  li  d.  and  half-pay  4Jd  ) 
A.J.  I'oster,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m  

H   T  ^f^^f '  P"°-  elk.,  6  m.  at  .S2,6o6,'6  m.  at  §2,700. 
n.  L.  1-ultord,  sr.  elk.,  12  m  '  -  v" 


350  00 
40  00 


47  50 


48 


110  00 


'^*'  feS'^^'°"'  ■''"■  ''^^'  ^*®"og-  6  m- at  $720,  6mVat 


t'  tj'S  ^f^'  commissioner  of  Dom.  lands,  12  m. 

L  Hudson,  elk   stenog.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less  1  d.) 
12  m  ™^'     ^^  ^'  ^o°i™issioner  of  Dom.  lands'. 


M.  Hurley,  jr.  elk  stenog.",  'jan.'  11  to  Mar.  31  at  S600 

'STie^s'id  .t/..'*'"';^:'/^"-  ^^  *^  ^^^'•-  ^'1  ^^ 


Carried  forward. 


20  00 

15  00 
500  00 
122  20 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  co<it 
de  la  vie 


1,920  00 
3,-300  00 

1,3.39  36 
1,020  00 


825  00 

710  00 

944  09 

654  39 
1,193  55 
975  00 

705  00 

693  39 
737  50 

705  00 

1,297  50 
1.080  00 

8.34  11 

645  00 

233  32 

1,380  00 

1,020  00 

1,020  00 

235  06 
1,920  00 
2.160  00 

259  68 
637  50 

705  00 

2,078  83 

816  17 
1.020  00 
2,6.50  00 
1,380  00 

750  00 
4.S00  00 
1,017  26 

3,600  00 
1.33  87 


109  68 


25,251  96 


252  00 


94  88 
222  00 


150  00 

252  00 

217  70 

176  40 
161  13 
420  00 

420  00 

157  90 
420  00 

167  00 

1.39  50 
420  00 

249  50 
150  00 
22  00 
372  00 
222  00 
222  00 

37  .50 
252  00 
240  00 

64  92 
123  75 

150  00 

237  58 

249  11 
222  00 
240  00 
372  00 

252  00 
240  00 
221  40 


.33  47 
46  06 


19,853  67     223,781  35         33,141  76 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 7 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
lut^rieur:  Appointenients  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrdrages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1910-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
dc  la  vie 


$  cts. 
10,819  08 


58  37 

53  75 

40  00 

106  00 

75  00 

7  34 

59  11 

55  87 

53  75 

72  50 

56  25 

71  25 

13  32 

30  75 

12  66 

54  68 
65  50 


88  00 

57  75 

166  00 

52  75 

3  54 

8  31 

58  75 

55  00 

20  62 

35  62 

60  00 

47  37 

60  95 

18  93 

65  00 

5  42 

106  00 

57  12 

41  50 

140  00 

44  50 

110  00 

71  00 

57  12 

76  00 

77  50 

40  50 

106  00 

37  88 

.Brought  forward. 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued —  Appoin Ic w e nts 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Dominion    Lands   Branch — Continued. 

M.  Jaiuioson,  elk.  stonog.,  12  m 

A.  F.  John«:)n,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $1,050,  6  m. 

at  $1,100 

A.  E.  Jones,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

O.  Lafleur,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  M.  Larkin,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  T.  Lawson,  jr.  c!k.  stenog.,  Jan.  3  to  Mar.  31  at 

$600  Qess  1  d.) 

F.  J.  Leahy,  sr.  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,380 

(resigned ) 

H.  I.  Leggett,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

L.  M.  Logan,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $1,050,  6  m.  at 

$1,100 

W.  F.  Lothian,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r  ,  12  m 

A.  Low,  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $1,100,  6  m.  at  $1,150. 

F.  J.  Lynch,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Lynch,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Apr.  1  to  July  17  at  $800 
L.  Mackell,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  at  $600,  3  m.  at  $660 
A.  L.  Mackie,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Oet.  30  to  Mar.  31  at 


G.  A.  MacLeod,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,050,  5  m.  at 

$1,100,  1  m.  at  $1,320 

I.  C.  MacMillan,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  1  m.  at  $1,200,  11 

m.  at  $1,320 

C.  Mair,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  C.  Maloney,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

R.  B.  Matheson,  asst.  to  commissioner,  12  m 

K.  McCabe,  elk.  stenog..  12  m 

M.  D.  McDougall,  Apr.  1-30  at  $850  (resigned) 

M.  M.  McGovern,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Dec.  22  to  Mar. 

31  at  $600 

M.  McGuire,  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $1,150,  6  m.  at 

$1,200 

F.  G.  Mitchell,  file  elk.,  12  m 

L.  E.  Molyneux,  elk.  stenog.,  4  m.  to  July  31  at 

$1,020  (resigned) 

E.  R.  Montgomery,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $660,  9 

m.at  $720  (less  1  d.) 

I.  Moore,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

M.  Moreland,  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $900,  9  m.  at  Si 

T.J.  Morris,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  1  d.) 

W.  R.  Mortimer,  file  elk.,  Nov.  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

M.  E.  Mulhall,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m '  . 

M.  D.  Munro,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  1  m.  to  Apr.  30  at 

$1,.300  (resigned) 

C.  E.  Nagle,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

K.  Nevins,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

E.  M.  O'Connor,  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $700,  6  m.  at 

$960 

H.  B.  Perrin,  head  elk.,  12  m 

J.  C.  Potter,  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $780,  6  m.  at  $960 

C.  H.  E.  Powell,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

W.J.  F.  Pratt,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Proulx,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

L.  Putnam,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

G.  E.  Reynolds,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  Roy,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  at  $800,  3  m.  at  $840. . 

A.  Ryan,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  Sawyer,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  at  $750,  3  ni.  at 

$780 


$     cts. 
19,853  67 


147  50 


20  00 
200  00 


1.35  48 
97  50 


370  00 
45  00 


SO  00 
135  00 
200  00 

35  00 


72  50 
7  50 


2  50 
80  00 


200  00 
122  50 


40  00 
20  00 
40  00 
20  00 
122  50 
80  00 


200  00 


13,474  31     Carried  forward. 


22,326  65 


$     cts, 
223,781  35 


1,020  00 

1,075  00 

780  00 

1,920  00 

1 , 500  00 

145  16 

1,035  00 
1,020  00 

1,075  00 
1,080  00 
1,125  00 
1,380  00 
236  54 
615  00 

253  23 

1,093  30 

1,310  00 
1,680  00 
1,020  00 
3,120  00 
1,020  00 
70  83 

166  14 

1,175  00 
1,100  00 

340  00 

703  06 
1,200  00 

945  00 
1,1.36  94 

378  67 
1,.300  00 

108  33 
1,920  00 
1,020  00 

830  00 
2,760  00 

870  00 
2,160  00 
1,400  00 
1,020  00 
1,440  00 
1,.550  00 

810  00 
1,920  00 

757  50 


$  cts. 
33,141  76 


222  00 


207  00 
167  00 


348  00 
103  87 


99  00 

222  00 

153  87 

150  00 

192  00 

132  00 

74  52 

150  00 

63  31 

202  00 

134  50 
42  00 
222  00 
240  00 
222  00 
21  00 

24  92 

177  00 
192  00 


274.366  05 


84  00 

149  60 

396  00 

150  00 

418  87 

162  00 

20  25 

252  00 

222  00 

237  00 

240  on 

150  00 

240  00 

372  00 

420  00 

102  00 

348  00 

252  00 

420  00 

41,539  47 

K— « 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts 

13,474  31 


136  00 
141  00 
65  87 
88  00 
65  25 
24  40 

19  98 

76  46 

46  63 

117  00 

37  50 

42  40 

57  15 

57  75 

3  04 

Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


.Brought  forward. 


135  05 


t  98  00 


14  16 

61  00 

57  75 

24  13 

56  88 

20  32 

72  50 

57  12 

52  12 

59  37 

57  12 

76  00 

66  50 

32  50 

65  00 

53  37 

10  17 

50  00 

119  75 

238  50 

73  75 

57  75 

141  00 

56  87 

85  00 

110  00 

38  25 

Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointemenis 
du  gouvemement  civil — Suite 

Dominion  Lands  Branch — Concluded, 

B.  H.  Scott,  head  elk.,  12  m 

C.  V.  Shannon,  head  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Slinn,  elk.  stenog.,  Apr.  1  to  Sept.  27  at  $1,020! . 

A.  E.  Smith,  sr.  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Stewart,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  F.  Sweeney,  elk.  stenog.,  Sept.  28  to  Mar.  31  at 

.     S960 

J.  W.  Thompson,  3  m.  to  July  31  at  $1, 600,  at  half-pay 

(resigned) 

G.  O.  Thorburn,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  af  $1,320,  6  m. 

at  Si, 380 

E.  Tiemey,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $850,  9  m.  at  $960 

E.  Trudel,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  E.  Turton,  sr.  elk.,  8  m.  to  Feb.  28  at  $960,  1  m. 

to  Mar.  31  a1  81,320 

E.  E.  Turton,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  M.  Ward,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m !. 

A.  Welch,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

E.  G.  Whitehead,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Feb.  23  to  Mar. 
31atS600...- 

J.  L.  Williams,  sr.  cik.,  4  m.  to  Sept.  30,  1918  at 
SI, 550;  6  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1919  at  SI, 600;  6  m.  to 
Sept.  30,  1919  at  $1,620;  Oct.  1  to  3,  1919  at 
SI, 680,  4  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1920  at  $1,680 

B.  H.  Wright,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

School  Lands  Division — 

T.  G.  Acres,  jr.  elk.,  Aprill  to  July  13  at  S850. . . , 

F.  Aylen,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

'G.F.Beardsley,  sr.  elk.,  May  10  to  Nov.  18  at  $1,380 

J.  C.  Boucher,  elk.,  12  jn 

M.  S.  Cook,  elk..  May  25  to  June  30  at  si.SOO,  July  1 

to  Sept.  30  at  SI, 400  (less  2  d.) 

E.  A.  Devitt,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

R.  K.  Earles,  jr.  file  elk..  July  28  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

J.  Eyles,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

H.  Fairbaim,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

I.  Gray,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m ; 

E.  Lawler,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

H.  A.  Lyon,  elk.,  12  m 

D.  H.  MacDonald,  sr.  elk.,  12  m ! 

A.  Marshall,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m .* 

A.  H.  Maxwell,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m '.. 

A.  McCraeken,  elk.,  12  m 

E.  McKeever,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less  30 

d.) 

K.  M.  Moorehead,  jr.  file  elk.,  Nov.  29  to  Mar.  31 

atSGOO 

L.  J.  O'Connor,  mess,  elk.,  12  m 

l^^-^^^^^r<  prin.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m...... ...... 

W.  T.  Rollins,  controller  of  school  lands,  12  m.     . 
R.  Segum,  sr.  acet.  elk.,  12  m.  at  SI,  380  (less  Id.).. 
A.  bhnn,  elk.  stenog.,  Sept.  28  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,020. 

F.  A.  Smith,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m  , 

J.  W.  Stafford,  head  elk.,  12  m .'.'...'.""""" 

A.  Starrs,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m '. . 

I.  M.  Thompson,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  C.  L.  Tupper,  prin.  elk.,  12  m... '.'. 

^-  ^l^jl^t-  Jr-  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $720,  6  m.  at 
S/SO ^ 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salarj' 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


16,482  67    Carried  forward. 


$     ets. 
22,326  65 


200  00 

300  00 

97  50 

80  00 

284  65 


180  00 

"oo'oo 


200  00 

78  67 

135  00 


80  00 
13506 


57  63 


122  50 
22  50 

107  50 

122  50 
80  00 

310  00 


47  50 


475  00 

,170  00 

95  00 


135  00 
300  00 

57  50 
320  00 

40  00 

15  00 


27,635  10 


$     ets 
274,366  05 


2,520  00 
2,520  00 
501  50 
1,680  00 
1,020  00 

488  00 

199  99 

1,350  00 

932  50 

2,280  00 

750  00 
1,920  00 
1,020  00 
1,020  00 

60  71 


2,700  25 
2,800  00 

242  19 
1,140  00 

725  61 
1,020  00 

475  24 
1,080  00 

406  45 
1,450  00 
1,020  00 
1,020  00 
1,080  00 
1,020  00 
1,440  00 
1,020  00 

650  00 
1,300  00 

937  74 

203  33 
1,000  00 
1,920  00 
3,600  00 
1,376  17 

518  50 
1,020  00 
2,520  00 
1,080  00 
1,380  00 
2,160  00 

750  00 


331,684  23 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  eolit 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
41,539  47 


240  00 
240  00 
109  15 
300  00 
222  00 

213  50 

40  60 

132  00 
229  50 
240  00 

159  00 
252  00 
222  00 
222  00 


25  50 


14  00 

240  00 

72  49 

192  00 

195  60 

399  70 

48  85 

344  00 

101  61 

348  00 

222  00 

222  00 

192  00 

222  00 

348  00 

222  00 

252  00 

396  00 

202  90 

50  83 

•420  00 

252  00 

240  00 

131  63 

112  85 

222  00 

240  00 

420  00 

372  00 

240  00 

150  00 

51,473  08 

INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 9 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appolntements  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coftt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
16,482  67 


66  00 

57  50 

73  37 

83  25 

101  25 

74  75 

135  00 

76  50 

45  00 

80  00 

48  62 

70  00 

62  50 

110  00 

76  00 

31  69 

73  75 

80  00 

111  00 

56  00 

18  13 

20  62 

44  38 

62  50 

46  33 

65  00 

54  99 

61  00 

50  00 

18  46 

55  63 
21  00 


4  64 
49  38 


56  50 

45  75 

65  87 

57  12 

90  00 

55  00 

71  25 

36  25 

105  00 

80  00 

105  00 

48  25 

.Brought  forward. 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Land  Patents  Branch — 

H.  Ackland,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  M.  Bayley,  elk.,  12  m 

0.  Bazinet,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

G.  Beardsley,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  SI, 620,  6  m.  at  $1,680 
J.  A.  H.  Beauchesne,  sr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,950,  9  m.  at 

$2,050 

R.  Beaudoin,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Belleau,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

D.  Blanchct,  jr.  law  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,440,  6  m.  at 
81,560  (less  26  d.) 

E.  M.  Blatchley,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

W.  Brace,  draughtsman,  12  m 

M.  Brennan,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

F.  V.  Bridgman,  engrosser,  12  m 

H.  R.  Burns,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

J.  M.  Caldwell,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  E.  Casey,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

1.  C.  Clendinnen,  elk..  May  15  to  June  30  at  $960, 

July  1  to  Dec.  3  at  $1,020  (resigned) 

A.  A.  Cohoon,  sr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,400,  9  m.  at  $1,500 

J.  H.  Corry,  draughtsman,  12  m 

N.  O.  Cote,  controller  of  land  patents,  12  m 

A.  S.  Cram,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

F.  W.  C.  Cuming,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  W.  Davis,  elk.,  Nov.  15  to  Mar.  31,  at  $960 

A.  A.  Denny,  elk.,  stenog.,  April  1  to  July  8  at 

$1,020 

L.  de  Sylva,  jr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $850,  9  m.  at  $900. . 
M.  E.  Dewar,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

D.  H.  Dickson,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  22/ 

d.) I 

A  Duhamel,  elk.  tvpist,  12  m I 

A.  C.  Dunne,  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $850,  9  m.  at  $1,020. 

T.  E.  Fagan,  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Fawcett,  jr.  elk.,  12  m | 

F.  P.  E.  Fortier,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  2  m.  to  Sept.  30  at 

82,160  (resigned) 

E.  Gamble,  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,100,  3  m.  at  $1,150 

W.  S.  Gliddon,  head  elk.,  12  m 

VV.  Haggerty,  sr.  elk.,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $1,620 

(deceased) 

E.  E.  Harrison,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Feb.  5  to  Mar.  31  at 

$600  (less  Id.) 

I.  M.  Harrod,  jr.  elk.  typist,  3  m.  at  $950,  9  m.  at 

$1,000 

C.  W.  Hill,  sr.  mess.,  12  m 

C.  L.  Ingersoll,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

B.  M.  Jackson,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

W.  L.  Jackson,  elk.  stenop.,  12  m 

J.  L.  Johnston,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

I.  Kvdd,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  Labrosse,  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,400,  3  m.  at  Sl,500 

M.  T.  Lamb,  jr.  elt.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $700,  6  m.  at 

$750 

W.  Lamb,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

I.  Landreville,  sr.  b'k.  binder,  12  m 

J.  Langlois,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

V.  L.  Lawson,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,620,  1  m.  to  Oct.  31 

at  $1,680  (app't'd  to  Railways  and  Canals). . . . 


$     cts, 
27,635  10 


40  00 


147  50 
15  00 


55  00 
240  00 


30  00 


12  50 
20  00 


40  00 
80  00 


82  95 


70  00 


72  50 


11  20 


121  83 
80  00 


9  17 


80  00 
15  00 


110  00 

15  00 

297  50 

122  50 


$     cts, 
331,684  23 


2,160  00 
1,150  00 
1,.320  00 
1,650  00 

2,025  00 
1,440  00 
2,460  00 

1,393  43 
900  00 
1,600  00 
960  00 
1,380  00 
1,250  00 
2,160  00 
1,440  00 

557  09 
1,475  00 
1,600  00 
4,200  00 
2,220  00 
2,800  00 

362  67 

276  94 

887  50 

1,250  00 


1,300  00 

977  49 

1,140  00 

1,000  00 


00 


360  00 
1,112  .50 
2,880  00 

405  00 

91  25 

987  50 
1,020  00 

900  00 
1,020  00 
1,020  00 
1,800  00 
1,100  00 
1,425  00 

725  00 
2,100  00 
1,600  00 
2,100  00 

960   00 


$  cts. 
51,473  08 


240  00 
192  00 
372  00 
312  00 

243  00 
348  00 
240  00 

81  09 
420  00 
324  00 
420  00 
132  00 
162  00 
240  00 
102  0 

122  94 
109  50 
324  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
158  67 

68  42 
420  00 
259  50 

236  67 
162  00 
222  00 
192  00 
222  00 

40  00 
192  00 


18  00 

63  87 

229  50 
420  00 
252  00 
222  00 
222  00 
276  00 
192  00 
366  00 

252  00 
240  00 
324  00 


187  00 


19,382  90    Carried  forward 29,417  75 


397,462  58 


02,015  24 


K— 10 


AUDITOR  GENERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonda  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrferages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
]9.38?  90 


.Brought  forward. 


57  75 

60  00 

83  25 

57  12 

76  00 

55  63 

140  00 

+ 

41  25 

48  00 

28  50 

52  00 

73  75 

68  75 

76  00 

30  25 

62  50 

65  00 

54  00 

71  00 

45  75 

*  24  50 

*  28  00 

42  50 

39  25 

61  00 

58  37 

79  75 

41  88 

45  00 

49  37 

28  50 

45  75 

80  00 

45  75 

73  53 

57  50 

45  75 

1 

52  00 

60  00 

30  36 

3  10 

68  75 

107  25 

58  37 

138  00 

225  00 

80  00 

67  12 

Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Land  Patents  Branch — Concluded. 

M.  M.  Purvis,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  Rattev,  cIk,  12  m 

E.  Roinhardt.  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,620,  6  m.  at  Sl,680. . 

J.  Ritcliie.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

M.  L.  Semple,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  E.  Shea.  jr.  engrosser,  9  m.  at  SI, 100,  3  m.  at  SI, 150 
N.  B.  Sheppard,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  .  . 
H.  Sherwood,  prin.  elk.,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  S2,800 

(superannuated ) 

M.  E.  Starrs,  jr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  S800,  6  m.  at  $850. . . . 

M.  Stickler,  elk.  stenog..  12  m 

M.  St.  Laurent,  jr.  elk.,  April  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

M.  J.  Sutton,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

L.  B.  Tavlor,  map  draughtsman,  3  m.  at  $1,400,  9 

m.  at  81,500 

P.  E.  Trudel,  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,300,  9  m.  at  $1,400. 
M.  TurnbuU,  engrosser,  12  m 

C.  A.  Wallace,  sr.  elk.,  .\pril  1  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,440 
(resigned) 

Dominion  Parks  Branch — 

D.  M.  Barber,  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  Beilby,  elk.  tvpist,  12  m 

W.  Blenkarn,  elk.,  12  m 

H.  A.  Bradley,  .sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m .-. . . 

A.  W.  Leahv.  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

G.  Lemieux',    sr.  elk.,  7   m.    to    Oct.   31    at    $2,100 

(deceased ) 

P.  V.  Low,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

J.  Macdonnell,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

Mrs.  MacMaster,    jr.  engrosser,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at 

•?1,020  (superannuated) 

B.  MacMillan,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  7  d.) 

G.  .J.  Malette,  confidential  mess.,  12  m.  at  $1,020 

(less  1  d.) 

H.  Mar.er,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

M.  Mattice,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $800,  9  m.  at  $8 

M.  E.  McCarthy,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  MacDougall,  elk.  typist.  3  m.  at  $1,150,  7  m.  to 

Jan.31atSl,200.1ess8d.  (deceased) 

M.  McFadden,  jr.  elk.,  April  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $600. . . 
M .  Mcintosh,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

C.  McKeever,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

H.  M.  McKiljibon,  jr.  engrosser 

C.  Olmsted,  sr.  elk..  7  m.  at  .?1,450,  5  m.  at  $1,500 
L.  R.  O'Meara,  elk.  typist,  April  6  to  Mar  31  at  $1,150 

I.  Palmer,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

G.  W.  Paterson,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

S.  Pepin,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m 

M.  Powers,  supplies  dk.,  12  m 

H.  M.  Carter,  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Oct.  26  at  $1,020 

(resigned) 

C.  M.  Casey,  elk.  stenog.,  Mar.  8  to  31  at  $960 

J.  B.  Corcoran,  file  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,300,  9  m.  at  $1,400 

W.  H.  Courtice,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12m 

W.  J.  Cross,  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Graham,  director  of  park  animals,  12  m 

.J.  B.  Harkin,  commissioner  of  parks,  12  m 

F.  D.  Jacob,  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Lafranchise,  elk.,  stenog.,  12  m 


cts. 


29,417  75 


133  82 


22,365  75    Carried  forward. 


15  00 
122  50 
80  00 


20  00 


80  00 
5  00 


60  00 
20  00 
15  00 


20  00 
80  00 


147  50 
155  00 


15  00 


15  00 


15  00 
80  00 
20  00 


11  64 


225  00 
147  50 
120  00 
300  00 


322  50 


31,643  21 


$     cts. 
397.462  58 


1.020  00 
1,200  00 
1,650  00 
1,020  00 
1,440  00 
1.112  .50 
2,800  00 

1,633  31 
825  00 

960  00 
570  00 

1,020  00 

1,475  00 
1,375  00 
1,440  00 

600  00 

1,250  00 
1,.300  00 
1,020  00 
1,400  00 
900  00 

1,225  00 

1,400  00 

850  00 

765  00 
1,117  83 

1.017  17 

1.440  O'O 

837  50 

900  00 

961  68 
570  00 
900  00 

1,600  00 
900  00 
1,470  81 
1,1.34  03 
900  00 
1,680  00 
1,020  00 
1,200  00 

581  29 
61  94 
1.375  00 
1,920  00 
1,020  00 
2,640  00 
4,200  00 
1,600  00 
1,020  00 


459,780  64 


$  cts. 
62,015  24 


222  00 

162  00 

312  00 

222  00 

102  00 

420  00 

240  00 

252  00 

222  00 

239  40 

222  00 

108  50 

1.39  50 

102  00 

145  00 

162  00 

162  00 

420  00 

372  00 

252  00 

140  00 

372  00 

420  00 

166  50 

188  27 

418  83 

348  00 

252  00 

252  00 

139  01 

239  40 

252  00 

324  00 

252  00 

348  00 

189  33 

252  00 

42  00 

222  00 

396  00 

126  52 

27  10 

1.39  50 

252  00 

222  00 

240  00 

240  00 

324  00 

222  00 

73,500  10 


I 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 11 


Abate- 
ments 


Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^ricur:  Appointemcnts  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr6raKes 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
monts 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


cts. 


22,365  75 


44  57 
34  37 

56  50 
30  00 
75  00 

32  25 
70  20 
30  75 

10  58 
45  60 
80  00 
106  00 
176  00 

75  00 
72  50 

85  00 


.Brought  forward. 


/O  45 

58  37 

75  00 

117  00 

94  00 

80  00 

106  00 

61  00 

35  62 

99  00 

54  00 

38  13 

59  00 

58  37 

190  00 

61  00 

64  62 

37  00 

106  00 

77  50 

70  00 

73  50 

177  62 

78  50 

50  50 

200  00 

88  75 

Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appoinlements 
du  (jouvernement  civil — Suite 

Dominion    Parks    Brunch — Concluded 

M.  Lennan,  acet.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  A.  Love,  elk.  stenog.,  July  12  to  Mar  31  at  $1,020. 
K.  McCartliy,  jr.  elk.,  May  18  to  Deo.  31  at  $720, 

Jan.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $780  (less  2J  d.) 

J.  G.  McCuaip,  elk.  stenng.,  12  m :  . . . 

H.  P.  MeGahey,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  J.  Murphy,  sr.  file  elk.,  G  m.  at  $1,450.  6  m.  at 

$1,.550 

A.  O'Brien,  jr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $600,  9  m.  at  $660 

A.  A.  Pinard,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

V.  M.  Roshorough,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  at  $600,  3 

m.  at  S()60 

V.  J.  Scharfe,  ek.  stenog.,  Oct.  12  to  Dec.  6  at  $960.  . 

E.  Scott,  elk.  stenog.,  April  19  to  Mar.  31  at  .$960.  .  .  . 

J.  J.  Shea,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  E.  Spero,  law  elk.,  12  m 

R.  S.  Stronaeh,  construction  engineer,  12  m.  at  $2,820 

(less  21  d.) 

F.  Von  Charles,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

E.  R.  Williams,  draughtsman,  6  m.  at  $1,400,  G  m. 

at  $1,500 ■ 

M.  B.  Williams,  publicity  asst.,  12  m.  at  $1,560  (less 
half-pay  30  d.) 

F.  H.  H.  Williamson,  dep'y  commissioner  of  parks 

12  m 

J.  A.  Wood,  draughtsman,  May  6  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,560 

M.  G.  U.  Woodburn,  jr.  stenog.,  12  m 

Natural   Resources  and   Inteligence  Branch 

M.  B.  Atchison,  sr.  elk..  12  m.  at  $1,.380  (less  4^  d.)   . 
J.  A.  Bastien,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

A.  Birchenough,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

F.  W.  Brander,  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  at  $1,600 

(le.ss  1  d.) 

T.  A.  Browne,  research  engineer,  12m 

D.  D.  Cameron,  file  elk.,  12  m 

B.  A.  Cayer,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $660,  9  m.  at 

$720  (less  17  d.) 

A.  Cj^r.  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

M.  I.  Dennison,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

M.  E.  Deshaies,  jr.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $750,  3  m.  at  $800 

(less  15  d.  and  half-pay  25  d.) 

D.  A.  Drew,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less  \  pay 

20  d.) 

E.  R.  Garvin,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

G.  A.  Gaudry,  chief  map  draughtsman,  12  m.. .  . 

A.  Gauthier,  stat.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Gibson,  stores  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Grouh,  sr.  mess.,  April  1  to  Dec.  18  at  $1,080, 

less  half-pay  \2\  d.  (resigned) 

E.  R.  Harvev,  research  engineer,  12  m 

H.  Hill,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Hilliard,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  Jodoin,  sr.  stat.  elk.,  12  m 

¥.  H.  Kitto,  exploratory  engineer,  12  m 

R.  A.  Lawc,  research  engineer,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at 

$1,920  (resigned) 

J.  R.  Loyer,  jr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

Y.  C.  C.  Lynch,  supt.  natural  resources,  12  m  — 
J.  H.  Macfarlane,  sr.  elk.,  stenog.,  12  m 


$     cts. 
31,643  21 


17  50 
119  89 


11  61 
110  00 


6!)  00 


200  00 


700  00 
120  00 


140  00 
455  00 


147  50 

120  00 
6T  00 
80  00 


200  00 
80  00 

7  23 
ISO  00 
60  00 


160  00 

147  50 

1,040  00 

80  00 

272  50 

20  00 
196  67 
170  00 
20  00 
30  00 
672  50 

450  00 

52  45 

100  00 

395  00 


$     cts, 
459,780  64 


1,140  00 
734  84 

637  10 

1,020  00 

600  00 

1 , 500  00 

645  00 

2,280  00 

615  00 

147  09 

912  00 

1,600  00 

1,920  00 

2.660  00 
1,380  00 

1,450  00 

1,497  80 

3,000  00 
1,409  03 
1,020  00 

1,363  31 
2.280  00 
1,800  00 

1,595  70 
1,920  00 
1.140  00 

673  52 
1,800  00 
1,020  00 

701  99 

991  94 
1.020  00 
2,760  00 
1,140  00 
1,020  00 

754  11 
1,920  00 


$  cts. 
73,. 500  10 


192  00 
159  94 

217  73 
222  00 
252  00 

348  00 
252  00 
240  00 

252  00 
22  99 
210  90 
324  00 
252  00 

240  00 
372  00 

360  00 

311  .53 

240  00 

292  65 
222  00 

367  50 
240  00 
276  00 

71  81 

420  CO 

161  17 

420  00 

197  00 

192  20 
222  00 
240  00 
420  00 
420  00 

293  27 


1,380  00 

372  00 

1,380  00 

132  00 

1,440  00 

348  00 

2.880  00 

240  00 

1,120  00 

59  50 

960  00 

420  00 

3,900  00 

1,380  00 

132  00 

25 ,  901  62    Carried  forward . 


38,318  56 


524,289  07 


84, 128  29 


K— 12 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retjaite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
25,901  62 


30  00 

84  37 

78  12 

36  00 

112  25 

106  75 

70  00 

77  50 

76  00 

19  11 

214  50 

85  00 

'  62  50 

80  00 

31  25 

94  00 

1-25 

41  25 

80  00 

68  75 

59  75 

94  62 

80  00 

168  50 

94  00 

42  31 

61  00 

85  62 

66  25 

56  50 

26  09 

70  00 

110  00 

16  08 

44  40 

35  25 

90  00 

66  25 

62  50 

61  00 

+ 

+ 

44  00 

*  42  00 

52  12 

65  00 

88  00 

*  58  80 

65  00 

45  00 

.  Brought  forward. 


$     cts. 
38,318  56 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Natural  Resources  and  Intelligence  Branch — Concluded 

L.  MacKenzie,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  B.  MacMinn,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  E.  G.  Mann,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

D.  Marsolais,  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960. . 

H.  A.  McCallum,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

P.  J.  McClymont,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  A.  McClymont,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m 

V.  McGill,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  D.  Milner,  jr.  elk.,  2  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $850  (resigned) 

A.  Murphy,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  M.  Murray,  research  engineer,  Jan.  15  to  Mar.  31 

at  Sl,800 

R.  K.  Odell,  asst.  supt.,  natural  resources,  12  m 

R.  F.  O'Neill,  asst.  cataloguer,  12  m 

A.  A.  Paquette,  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Parkinson,  elk.,  12  m 

R.  Peaker,  sr.  elk.,  5  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,500 

J.  Petrie,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

E.  Pilon,  mess,  elk.,  Mar.  16  p.m.  to  31  at  S600 

R.  Plunkett,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $800,  6  m.  at  $850 

T.  W.  Ryan,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  SchuUer,  map  draughtsman,  3  m.  at  81,300,  9  m. 

at  81,400 

W.  T.  Slade,  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Sullivan,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

G.  J.  Taylor,  stores  elk.,  12  m 

L.  O.  Thomas,  sr.  research  engineer,  12  m 

A.  R.  Thomson,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

F.  C.  Weskett,  elk.,  3  m.  at  S800,  8  m.  at  S850,  1  m. 

at  S960 

A.  Whitehead,  elk.  tj-pist,  12  m 

M.  I.  \Miyte,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  J.  Wilkinson,  photographer,  9  m.  at  SI ,300,  3  m. 

at  $1,400 

E.  Williams,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  E.  Williamson,  sr.  elk.,  April  16  p.m.  to  July  31 

at  Sl,380  (resigned) 

Registration  Branch— 

G.  Arbic,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  H.  Ashfield,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

G.  Bigras,  jr.  file  elk.,  Sept.  18  to  Mar.  31  at  S600.. . 
H.  O.  Bompas,  file  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,050,  3  m.  at  $1,100 

(less  July  1  to  Sept.  28) 

T.  F.  Bracken,  file  elk.,  6  m.  to  Sept.  30,  Mar.  22  to 

31  at  SI  ,020 

J.  H.  Buckham,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Cadieux,  file  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,300,  3  m.  at  $1,400 

H.  Charlebois,  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Charron,  file  elk.,  12  m 

E.  L.  Chevrier,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Closson,  file  elk.,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

E.  Connelly,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Daoust,  file  elk.,  12  m 

P.  Daoust,  file  elk.,  12  m 

R.  C.  Douglas,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  S.  Eagleson,  head  elk.,  12  m 

F.  T.  Ellis,  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,300  (less  7  d.  and 

half  pay  150  d.) 

O.  Emend,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 


307  50 
182  50 


325  00 
95  00 
20  00 


80  00 


1,410  00 
320  00 


80  00 


55  00 
92  50 


850  00 
80  00 


80  00 
332  50 


110  00 
61  83 


40  00 


110  00 


80  00 
60  00 


22  50 


80  00 
60  00 


$     cts, 
524,289  07 


600  00 
1,380  00 
1,380  00 

720  00 
1,920  00 
2,040  00 
1,380  00 
1,550  00 

141  66 
1,440  00 

382  26 
2,880  00 
1,380  00 
1,250  00 
1,600  00 

625  00 

1,800  00 

25  00 

825  00 
1,600  00 

1,375  00 
1,140  00 
1,800  00 
1,600  00 
2,520  00 
1,800  00 

846  62 
1,140  00 
1,380  00 

1,325  00 
1,020  00 

400  70 

1,400  00 

2,160  00 

321  67 

805  81 

537  42 
1,800  00 
1,325  00 
1,250  00 
1,140  00 
2,280  00 

880  00 
2,r00  00 
1,020  00 
1,300  00 
1,680  00 
2,880  00 

1,005  77 
900  00 


%     cts. 
84,128  29 


252  00 
132  00 
132  00 
315  00 

240  00 
372  00 
102  00 
42  00 
102  00 


372  00 
396  00 
72  00 
145  00 
276  00 
6  25 
252  00 
324  00 

378  00 
420  00 
276  00 
324  00 
240  00 
276  00 

420  00 
192  00 
132  00 

390  00 
222  00 

33  75 

372  00 

240  00 

80  42 

317  33 

116  97 
276  00 
390  00 
396  00 
192  00 

137  50 
240  00 
420  00 
396  00 
300  00 
240  00 

306  47 
420  00 


29,200  26    Carried  forward. 


43,252  89 


590,340  98 


95,804  98 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 13 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonda  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
191^20 

Arr6rages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
29,200  26 


55  62 

67  50 

92  50 

80  00 

86  25 

70  00 

80  00 

80  00 

50  00 

55  00 

18  00 

55  06 

55  00 

80  00 

41  25 

55  00 

54  38 

57  75 

30  00 

60  00 

71  25 

166  00 

105  50 

105  00 

98  75 

50  01 

58  37 

62  50 

72  50 

106  00 

55  00 

95  25 

122  50 

147  00 

99  00 

105  00 

95  25 

47  17 

136  00 

26  69 

96  50 

t 

108  00 

70  00 

175  00 

73  50 

95  25 

59  00 

102  50 

99  00 

105  00 

75  00 

94  00 

.  Brought  forward . 


Civil  Governynent  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Registration  Branch — Concluded. 

E.J.  Foley,  file  elk.,  12  m -. 

C.  A.  Gagnon,  file  elk.,  12  m , 

S.  E.  Hand,  sr.  file  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,800,  6  m.  at  $1,900 
G.  Heamden,  file  elk.,  12  m 

D.  E.  Hill,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  B.  Hutton,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  M.  P.  Kemeys-Tynte.  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Kniewasser,  file  elk.,  12  m 

I.  Lafrance,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Lepage,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

F.  R.  MacMillan,  elk.,  Nov.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

D.  V.  Montgomery,  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  L.  Morin,  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  E.  Morris,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

M.  E.  Murphy,  jr.  file  elk.,  6  m.  at  $800,  6  m.  at  §850 

(lessGd.) 

W.J.  O'Connor,  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  J.  O'Keefe,  file  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,050,  9  m.  at  $1,100 

J.  A.  O'Neil,  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  O' Regan,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

M.  F.  Percival,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

M.  E.  Reynolds,  translator,  12  m 

J.  M.  Roberts,  ehief  elk.,  12  m 

W.  Roger,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  I.  Rombough,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

S.  Savage,  sr.  file  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,950,  3  m.  at  $2,0.50. 
N.  E.  Talcot,  file  elk.,  6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $1,300, 

Get.  1  to  Dee.  19  at  81,400  (resigned) 

W.  D.  Taylor,  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Traveller,  file  elk.,  12  m 

W.  I.  Traversy,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Turcotte,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

H.  C.  Warner,  file  elk.,  12  m 

Topographical  Surveys  Branch — 

E.  Archambault,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

W.  B.  Armstrong,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

H.  G.  Barber,  office  engineer,  12  m 

H.  J.  Bedard,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

P.  A.  Begin,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

W.  Bergin,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

C.  W.  Besserer,  photographer,  June  18  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,200 

W.  A.  Birehall,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

J.  E.  Bourgault,  jr.  elk..  May  11  to  Mar.  31  at  $600. 

J.  D.  Bradley,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m » 

M.  Brady,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  P.  Bray,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

A.  Brown,  draughtsman,  12  m 

T.  E.  Brown,  supt  of  field  work,  12  m 

E.  L.  Burkholder,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  Callander,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

D.  H.  Campbell,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  April  1  to  Oct 

20  at  $1 .800  (resigned) 

H.  W.  Cannell.  custodian  of  surveys  equipment,  6  m 

at  $2,000.  6  m.  at  $2,100 

J.  N.  Carnochan,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

M.  J.  Carroll,  pr.  engireering  elk.,  12  m 

G.  H.  A.  Collins,  photographer,  12  m 

G.  A.  Colquhoun,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 


$     cts. 
43,252  89 


32  50 


45  00 
20  00 


104  47 
'22606' 


135  00 


45  00 

200  00 

70  00 


147  50 


200  00 


105  00 

290  00 

60  00 

179  66 


105  00 


500  00 

'i36'66 


20  00 
260  00 

30  00 
105  00 

129  46 


180  00 


80  00 


$     cts. 
590,340  98 


1,080  00 
1,150  00 
1,8.50  00 
1,600  00 
1,680  00 
1,380  00 
1,600  00 
1,600  00 
1,000  00 
1,100  00 
360  00 
1,020  00 
1,100  00 
1,380  00 

811  64 
1,100  00 
1,087  50 
1,020  00 

600  00 
1,200  00 
1,380  00 
3,120  00 
2,040  00 
2, 100  00 
i;975  00 

954  80 
1,020  00 
1,250  00 
1,450  00 
1,920  00 
1,100  00 

1,800  00 
2,160  00 
2,880  00 
1,800  00 
2,100  00 
1,800  00 

943  33 
2,220  00 

533  87 
1,800  00 
2,800  00 
2,160  00 
1,380  00 
3,240  00 
1,440  00 
1,800  00 

996  77 

2,050  00 
1,800  00 
2, 100  00 
1 , 500  00 
1,800  00 


$  cts. 
95,804  98 


420  00 

420  00 
276  00 
324  00 
300  00 
132  00 
324  00 
324  00 
222  00 
192  00 

129  50 
420  00 
132  00 

413  02 
420  00 
420  00 
222  00 
150  00 
162  00 
132  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
249  00 

109  74 
222  00 
396  00 
102  00 
252  00 
420  00 

276  00 
240  00 
240  00 

240  00 
276  00 

97  78 
240  00 
224  23 
276  00 
240  00 
240  00 
372  00 
240  00 
348  00 
276  00 

152  84 

246  00 
276  00 
240  00 
348  00 
27G  00 


33,391  06    Carried  forward. 


46,646  48 


673,473  89 


109,175  09 


K— 14 


AUDITOR  GEN:e:RAL'S  report,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


(     cts. 
33,391  06 


117  00 
63  GO 

63  25 

72  75 

25  06 

105  00 
80  00 
80  00 
140  00 
94  00 

t 
25  00 
181  00 
105  00 
119  50 
90  50 
90  50 
117  00 
154  00 

93  50 
123  00 

25  97 

96  50 
43  61 
105  00 
105  00 

94  00 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


.Brought  forward. 


108  00 

95  25 

77  75 

94  00 

35  62 

96  50 

105  00 

.   80  00 

135  00 

152  25 

135  00 

96  50 

160  00 

88  00 

87  34 

93  25 

70  00 

94  00 

95  25 

51  33 

89  25 

80  00 

37,919  49 

Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr6rages 
1919-20 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Topographical    SurA'eys    Branch— Continued 

J.  A.  A.  CQt6.  prln.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  C.  Cox,  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  at  $i,260  (less 

2  pay  245  d.) 

C.  V.  Craik,  custodian  of  surveying  equipment,  11 

m.  at  Sl,260,  1  m.  at  Sl,320 

R.  M.  Cram,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at 

11,800  (transferred  to  Labour) 

W.  P.  Dalv,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  Dec.  14  to  Mar.  31 

at  81.680 

T.  E.  .S.  Davies,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

E.  Davy,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

R.  J.  Dawson,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

E.  M.  Dennis,  office  engineer,  12  m 

J.  E.  Deslauriers,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

E.  Deville,  surveyor  general,  12  m 

E.  A.  Dixon,  jr.  elk.,  10  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  S600 

G.  B.  Dodge,  special  surveying  engineer,  12  m 

A.  d'Orsonnens,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

R.  Douglas,  prin.  elk.,  12  m. 

W.  W.  Doxsee,  survey  physicist,  12  m 

H.  J.  Dunlop,  jr.  magnetician,  12  m 

A.  J.  Elder,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

C.  F.ngler,  chief  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

R.  H.  Field,  survey  physicist,  12  m 

A.  H.  Flindt,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

J.  F.'Fredette,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  Dec.  10  to  Mar.  31 

at    Sl,680 

J.  N.  H.  Gagnon,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

F.  T.  Garton,  acct.  elk.,  May  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $960.  . 

P.  F.  X.  Genest,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

E.  T.  B.  GiiJmore,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Gootiday,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

A.  W.  Grant,  editor,  12  m 

.J.  Hall,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

K.  D.  Harris,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31 

at  §2,100  iless  half-pay  4  m.) 

E.  W.  Harrison,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Hatton,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  S660,  9  m.  at  S720.. 

J.  H.  Hawes,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

H.  E.  Hay  ward,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

J.  D.  Helmer,  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  at  $1,600 

(less  1  m.) 

F.  D.  Henderson,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m. . . . 

W.  H.  Herbert,  magnetician,  12  m 

S.  X.  Hill,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

J.  Howie,  si .  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

E.  W.  Hubbell,  inspector  of  surveys,  12  m 

W.  G.  Hughson,  survey  physicist,  12  m 

G.  H.  Jeffrey,  sr.  engineering  elk..  May  21    to  Mar 
31  at  Sl,800 

G.  S.  Jones,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

A.  T.  Kilmartin,  photographer,  12  m.  at  $1,380  (less 

12id.) 

G.  L.  Kirwan,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

E.  E.  Laberee,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

J.  Lewis,  sr.  supplies  cik.,  June  21  to  Mar  31  at  $1,320 

(less  3d.) 

W.  J.  Linford,  survey  physicist,  12  m 

W.  J.  Lytle,  engineering  elk.,  12  m 


$     cts. 
46,646  48 


60  00 


Carried  forward. 


105  00 


40  00 

SO  00 

200  00 


320  00 


110  00 

70  00 

70  00 

60  00 

SO  00 

68  85 

120  00 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


1.30  00 


80  00 
105  00 


80  00 

7  42 

130  00 


525  00 


130  00 

200  00 

20  00 

94  73 
105  00 

19  81 

80  00 

105  00 


45  00 


49,887  29 


$     cts. 
673,473  89 


2,280  00 
1,218  40 
1,265  00 
1,.3.50  00 

.501  29 
2,100  00 
1,600  00 
1,600  00 
2,760  00 
1,800  00 
4,  .500  00 

500  00 
3,300  00 
2, 100  00 
2,280  00 
1 . 740  00 
1,740  00 
2,280  00 
3,000  00 
1,740  00 
2,. 340  00 

519  35 
1,800  00 

872  26 
2,100  00 
2,100  00 
1,800  00 
2,160  00 
1,800  00 

1,225  00 
1,800  00 
705  00 
1.800  00 
2,100  00 

1,466  67 
2,700  00 
2,520  00 
2,700  00 
1,800  00 
3,000  00 
1,740  00 

1,553  22 
1,800  00 

1,3.32  64 
1,800  00 
1,800  00 

1,015  67 
1,740  00 
1,600  00 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cotlt 
de  la  vie 


764,818  39 


$  cts. 
109,175  0& 


240  00 
156  66 
394  00 


88  31 
240  00 
324  00 
324  00 
240  00 
276  00 
240  00 

240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
300  00 
176  74 
240  00 
240  00 
300  00 
240  00 

92  74 
276  00 
381  61 
240  00 

276  00 
240  00 
276  00 

133  87 

150  00 

240  00 

297  00 
240  00 

240  00 
276  00 
240  00 
299  6a 


276  00 

359  23 

276  00 

101  .57 

300  00 

72  Oa 


119,198  42 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


K— 15 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieiir:  Appointements  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr^  rages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coOt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
37,9ia  49 


117  00 
113  75 
123  00 
105  00 
94  00 
33  87 

105  00 
16  55 

23  50 

110  00 
42  47 

76  25 

106  00 
99  75 

37  03 

154  00 
106  00 

46  SS 


. Brought  forward. 


50  00 

63  00 

5  42 

110  00 

154  25 

*  20  00 

25  06 

52  00 

61  00 

114  47 

40  00 

58  13 

117  00 

120  75 

94  00 

105  00 

100  00 

28  32 

204  00 

154  00 

T05  00 

72  75 

31  50 

41,315  19 

Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointemcnis 
du  oouvernemcnt  civil — Suite 

Topographical    Surveys    Branch — Continued 

\V.  L.  Maclkiuham,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  in 

J.  T'.  MacMillan,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

J.  E.  May,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

W.  D.  McClennan,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

J.  F.  McDonald,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

M.  McDonald,  jr.  elk.  typist,  9  m.  at  $860,  3  m.  at 

?720  (less  §  d.) 

A.  D.  McRae,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Metivier,  apprentice  metal  printer,  Dec.   17  to 

Mar  31  at  SI, 140  (less  1  d.) 

A.  H.  Miller,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  April  1  to  June  13 

at$l,800  (appointed  to  Ob.servatory) 

J.  B.  Milliken,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

G.   E.   Morencv,   sr.  engineering  elk.,   Sept.  29  to 

Mar.  31  at  $1,680  (less  33  d.) 

W.  E.  Morgan,  photographer,  9  m.  at  $1,500  ,3  m.  at 

$1,600.' 

W.,J.  Moule,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12m 

8.  J.  Murphv,  survey  physicist,  9  m.  at  $1,800,  3  m 

at  $1,860 

H.  A.  Murrav,  chief  photographer  mechanical  plant 

Dec.  13  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,460 

T.  S.  Nash,  office  engineer,  12  m 

Ij.'A.  Nevins,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  A.  Xolun.  ir.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $900,  9  m.  at 

$950  (loss  half-pay  28d.) 

M.  T.  O'Meara,  mess,  elk.,  12  m 

K.  G.  Ouimet,  photographer,  12  m.  at  $1,260  (less 

7d.) 

E.  R.  Owen,  photographer,  1  m.  to  April  30  at  $1,300 
(transferred  to  Air  Board) 

H.  Parry,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  in 

W.  .J.  Peaker,  office  engineer',  12  m 

A.  Pegg,  mess,  elk.,  12  m 

A.  M.  l^errv,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  Dec.  14  to  Mar.  31 

at  $1,680 

A.  C.  A.  lick,  packer  and  helper,  12  m 

A.  Pringle,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

W.  A.  I\irdy,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

C.  Quinn,  jf.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  F.  Renault,  elk.  typist,  9  m.  at  $1,150,    3    m.    at 

$1,200 

F.  W.  Rice,  a3st.  office  engineer,  12  m 

E.  C.  Rochon,  asst.  office  engineer,  12m 

B.  .1.  Roe,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Roger,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

R.  C.  Ross,  survey  physicist,  12  in 

X.  Scott,  jr.  elk.  tvpist,  April  1  to  Xov.  14  at  $850.. . 
H.  L.    Seymour,   2B,   2  m.   to  Aug.  31    at  $1,450 

(resigned) 

T.  Shanks,  asst.  surveyor  general,  12  m 

.1.  Smith,  chief  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

R.  ().  Sprocklcy.  sr.  engineering  elk..  12  m 

R.  H.  Stenhou^e,  sr.  draughtsman,  April  1  to  Nov. 
15  at  $1,320,  Nov.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680  (less 
17d.) 

F.  Stephens,  jr.  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $600,  6  m.  at  $660 


$      cts. 
49,887  29 


60  00 
115  00 
120  00 


Carried  forward 52,533  90 


80  00 
2  50 


105  00 
40  00 


200  00 
180  00 


80  00 
200  00 


40  00 
445  00 


20  00 
80  00 
64  11 
20  00 


60  00 
135  00 
80  00 


140  00 


300  00 
80  00 


$      cts. 
764,818  39 


2,280  00 
2, 160  00 
2,. 340  00 
2, 100  00 
1,800  00 

674  03 
2, 100  00 

327  91 

365  00 
2, 160  00 

696  84 

1 , 525  00 
1 , 920  00 

1,815  00 

740  65 
3,000  00 
1 , 920  00 

901  18 
1,000  00 

1,236  29 

108  33 
2,160  00 
2,  640  00 
1,000  00 

501  29 
1 , 020  00 
1,140  00 
2,220  00 

780  00 

1,162  .50 
2,280  00 
2,280  00 
1,800  00 
2,100  00 
1,860  00 
528  86 

241  66 
3,780  00 
3,000  00 
2, 100  00 


1,395  74 
630  00 


830,608  67 


$  cts. 
119,198  42 


240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
276  00 

149  80 
240  00 


43  15 


8  53 
240  00 


124  64 


342  00 
252  00 


207  00 


240  00 


242  36 

420  00 

388  55 

13  .50 

240  00 

240  00 

420  00 

89  52 

222  00 

192  00 

240  00 

420  00 

414  00 

240  00 

240  00 

276  00 

240  00 

276  00 

93  33 

58  00 
240  00 


205  43 
252  00 


127,944  23 


K — 16 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts. 
41,315  19 


87  00 


51  75 


118  25 

95  25 

42  87 

105  00 

73  00 

167  50 

49  35 

104  00 

117  00 

109  00 

77  50 

56  .50 

•  56  40 

•  94  00 

80  00 

56  50 

15  61 

91  00 

50  00 

107  00 

58  37 

55  00 

101  00 

61  00 

107  25 

54  62 

84  37 

82  50 

67  75 

76  00 

S4  00 

58  75 

88  00 

80  00 

50  50 

36  88 

13  32 

105  00 

36  50 

35  25 

76  00 

34  38 

74  75 

Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  &  Ottawa 


.  Brought  forward . 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


$     cts. 
52,533  90 


Cinl  Government  Salaries— Continued— Appointements 
du  gouvemement  civil — Suite 

Topographical    Surveys    Branch— ConcZtiiei 

J.  J.  Stock,  sr.  engineering  cLk.,  6  m.  at  $1,680,  6  m. 
at  ?1,S00 

F,  C.  Sullivan,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  9  m.  at  $1,020,3  m. 
at -51,080 

H.  E.  Sutherland,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

E.  J.  Villeneuve,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

M.  Washington,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

G.  H.  Watt,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m.  at  $2,100  (less 
bhd.) 

J.  Walters,  dept'l.  printer,  12  m 

W.  C.  Way,  sup't.  of  survey  laboratory,  12  m.... 
G.  O.  West,  engineering  elk.,  June  19  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,260 

E.  J.  Wright,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

E.  E.  D.  Wilson,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

.J.  G.  Wright,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

Forestry  Br  anch — 

I.  B.  Blackburn,  dept'l.  librarian,  12  m 

J.Bryan,  file  elk.,  12  m 

F.  H.  Byshe,  head  elk.,  12  m 

R.  H.  CampiDell,  director  of  forestrj%  12  m 

R.  K.  Edev,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

V.  A.  Esdale,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

M.  P.  Evans,  elk.  stenog.,  Dec.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  §960 

W.  C.  Harnett,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12   m 

W.  F.  Hoad,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

F.  W.  H.  Jacombe,  bibliographer,  12  m 

A.  J.  Johnson,  elk.    typist,  12  m.   at   $1,020    Gess 

half-pay,  36  d.) 

L.  L.  Langdon,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  La\\-ler,  editor,  12  m 

M.  A.  MacDonald,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

M.  H.  Martih,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

I.  M.  jNIcCann,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  P.  McJanet,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

G.  R.  L.  Potter,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

W.  I.  Roberts,  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

A.  M.  Robinson,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  S.  Thomas,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

M.  A.  Thompson,  stat.  elk.,  6  m.  at  §1,150,  6  m.    at 

$1,200 .' 

C.  J.  TuUey,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

v.  Brown-Wallis,  supplies  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,600  Qess 

half-pay,  -321  d.) 

R.  M.  Wight,  elk.  stenog.,  10  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $1,020 

(resigned) 

M.  Woodburn,  jr.  elk.,  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $700,  9  m.  at 

$7.50 

H.  Yott,  jr.  elk.,  stenog.,  April  1  to  July  19  a.m.  at 

$800  (resigned) 

Timber  and  Grazing  Lands  Branch — 

G.  W.  R.  Almon,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

T.  M.  Beehler,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

G.  M.  Byrne,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  at  $700,  3  m.  at 

$720 

N.  W.  Champagne,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  V.  Chapman,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $650,  9  m. 

S700 

O.  Charron,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 


44,650  86    Carried  forward. 


85  00 

105  00 

17  50 


80  00 
590  00 


280  00 

60  00 

380  00 

170  00 
110  00 
300  00 
200  00 
220  00 
110  00 


80  00 


40  00 

147  50 
20  00 

100  00 
80  00 

225  00 
68  59 

307  50 

270  00 
35  00 
80  00 
80  00 


80  00 


160  00 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


10  00 


80  00 


55  00 


57, 159  99 


$     cts, 
830,608  67 


1,740  00 

1,0.35  00 

2,280  00 

1,800  00 

840  00 

2,067  29 
1,380  00 
2,760  00 

987  00 
1,800  00 
2,280  00 
1,800  00 

1,380  00 
1,020  00 
2,. 520  00 
4,. 500  00 
1,380  00 
1,020  00 
312  26 
1,740  00 
1,000  00 
2,100  00 

969  91 
1,080  00 
1,920  00 
1,140  00 
1,920  00 
1,020  00 
1,380  00 
1,380  00 
1,320  00 
1,440  00 
1,800  00 

1,175  00 
1,680  00 

1,529  75 

850  00 

737  50 

239  76 

2, 100  00 
720  00 

705  00 
1,440  00 

687  50 
1,440  00 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cotlt 
de  la  vie 


897,024  64 


$     cts. 
127,944  23 


21  00 

157  00 
240  00 
276  00 
252  00 

236  26 
372  00 
240  00 

310  20 
276  00 
240  00 
276  00 

162  00 
420  00 
240  00 

372  00 
<120  00 
72  21 
300  00 
222  00 
240  00 

399  38 
192  00 
252  00 
192  00 
252  00 
222  00 
132  00 
420  00 
132  00 
102  00 
276  00 

177  00 
300  00 

236  84 

167  00 

420  00 

75  53 

240  00 
150  00 

252  00 
348  00 

150  00 
348  00 


138,724  65 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 17 


Abate- 
ments 


Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointcments  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr6rap;e3 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


S     cts. 
44,650  86 


cts. 


105  00 

16  00 
84  75 

70  00 

71  25 

60  00 

116  00 

58  04 

88  12 
91  00 
80  00 
46  88 
103  00 
42  89 

57  12 
50  00 
53  25 

4  46 

66  25 
5  65 

123  50 
53  70 

140  00 
62  50 
48  32 

58  37 

104  75 
54  38 

SO  60 
57  12 


53  50 

88  00 

53  75 

79  37 

69  41 

70  00 

•115  20 

80  00 

105  00 

105  00 

105  00 

123  00 

166  00 

80  00 

80  00 

43,076  99 

1— 2k 

.  Brought  forward . 


57,159 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

1  imber  and  Grazing  Lands  Branch — Conclttded. 

J.  P.  Cordukes,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

J.  G.  Cumminpis,  acct.  elk.,  4  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960. . 

J.  Dowd,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

J.  S.  Elliott,  elk.,  12  m 

A.   Gibeault,   map  draughtsman,  3  m.  at  $1,350, 

9  m.  at  SI, 450  (less  2d.) 

N.  M.  Hamilton,  elk.  .stenog.,  12  m 

J.  J.  Higgcrty,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

H.  W.  R.  Humphreys,  sr.  elk.,  July  3  to  Mar.  31  at 

Sl,680  (less  $128.66,  overpaid  Sept.,  1919) 

R.  A.  Ince,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Leelair,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m '. 

E.  Lecourt,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

J.  J.  Lochnan,  mess,  elk.,  3  m.  at  $900,  9  m.  at  $950. . 

D.  McCann,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

W.  W.  MeRorie,  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Sept.  26  at 

$750,  Sept.  27  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

J.  Mehagan,  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Montpetit,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  P.  Mossop,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  6  m.  at  $1,050,  6  m. 

at  SI  ,080 

E.  A.  Murphy,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Feb.  7  to  Mar.  31  at 
$600 

W.  J.  O'Grady,  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,300,  3  m.  at  $1,400. . . 
E.  A.  Ormond,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Jan.  24  to  Mar.  31 

at  $600 

G.  W.  Payton,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  P.  Pereira,  head  elk.,  12  m 

J.  H.  Reiffenstein,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m. . . . 

M.  Richardson,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

L.  Roberts,  sr.  elk.,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $1,450 

(resigned) 

J.  E.  Robertson,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less 

half-pay,  4|  d.) 

J.  A.  Shields,  jr.  accountant,  12  m 

E.  M.  Stafford,  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $1,050,  9  m.  at 

$1,100  (less  5  d.) 

J.  H.  Stothers,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  10  m.  at  $1,600, 

2  m.  at  $1,680 

E.  Taylor,  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Mar.  11  at  $1,020 

(resigned) 

E.  Walker,  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $960,  6  m.  at  $1,020 
W.  V.  Webster,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  .51,680  (less  ^  d.) 
C.  M.  Weir,  elk.,  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $1,050,  6  m.  at 

$1,100 

C.  A.  Wilson,  sr.  elk.,  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  T.  Winters,  sr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,300,  5  m.  at  $1,400 
4  m.  at  $1,440 

S.  Witten,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,380  (less  12;d.) 

B.  L.  York,  controller,  12  m 

Geographers'  Branch — 

A.  A.  Akerlindh,  stores  elk.,  12  m 

W.  Anderson,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

J.  Bennic,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

J.  Beveridge,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12m 

E.  D.  Bryant,  prin.  draughtsman,  12  m 

J.  E.  Chalifour,  chief  geographer,  12  m 

S.  Chandler,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

G.  Dumouchel,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 


255  00 


400  00 

33  35 
382  50 
380  00 


20  00 
'i22'56 


550  00 
45  00 


147  50 
175  00 


122  50 
80  00 
80  00 


207  50 


20  00 
60  00 


120  00 
200  00 


$     cts. 
897,024  64 


2,100  00 

320  00 

1 , 440  00 

1,400  00 

1,417  07 
1,200  00 
1,920  00 

1,122  31 
1,380  00 
1,440  00 
1,600  00 
937  .50 
2,040  00 

857  34 
1,020  00 
1,000  00 

1,065  00 

89  29 
1,325  00 

112  90 
1,920  00 
2,640  00 
2,800  00 
1 , 250  00 

966  64 

1,013  83 
1,920  00 

1,072  72 

1,613  30 

965  16 

990  00 

1,677  67 

1,075  00 
1,380  00 

1,388  29 
1,334  99 
3,780  00 

1 , 600  00 
2,100  00 
2,100  00 
2,100  00 
2,340  00 
3,120  00 
1,600  00 
1,600  00 


$     ets. 
138,724  65 


102  00 
372  00 

353  06 
162  00 
252  00 

31  27 
132  00 

348  00 
324  00 
420  00 
240  00 

420  00 
222  00 
420  00 

420  00 

22  32 
390  00 

28  23 
252  00 
240  00 
240  00 
162  00 

232  00 

417  46 


196  92 

320  00 

397  42 
222  00 
299  58 

420  00 
132  00 

370  00 

359  87 
240  00 

324  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
324  00 
324  00 


Carried  forward. 


60,560  84 


965,158  65 


150,056  78 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 


Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
48,076  99 


80  00 
80  84 

80  00 
105  00 
80  00 
97  75 
80  00 
58  00 

80  00 

105  00 
65  00 
46  88 

110  00 

106  00 

80  37 
83  75 
38  76 

80  00 
51  42 

105  00 
88  00 

113  50 
70  00 
91  00 

199  00 

56  50 
28  00 

140  00 

54  36 

48  00 
86  25 
25  00 

46  53 

57  12 
76  00 
46  62 

51  15 

55  00 
57  21 
54  38 


Brought  forward . 


$     cts. 
560  84 


108  00 
9  42 

82  50 
3  61 

23  83 

110  00 
13  79 

51,485  53 

Civil  Government  Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite. 

Geographers'  Branch — Concluded. 

J.  S.  Gagnon,  stores  elk.,  12  m 

S.  H.  Goodav,  sr.  man  draughtsman,  April  1  to  Jan. 

9  at  81,600,  .Jan.  10  to  Mar.  31  at  §1,680 

A.  Groulx,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

F.  Inkster,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

A.  Laeroix,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

D.  Lightfoot,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

A.  A.  Linnell,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

C.  Marchand,  map  draughtsman,  10  m.  to  >Ian.  31 

at  SI  .320  (resigned) 

J.  P.  McElligott,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

H.  Tache,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

F.  E.  Waine,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

F.  H.  Woggan,  mess,  elk.,  3  m.  at  S900,  9  m.  at  $950. . 
Mining  Lands  and  Yukon  Branch — 

W.  P.  Batterton,  jr.  accountant,  12  m 

C.  H.  Bennett,  prin.  elk..  12  m 

W.  A.  Blue,  sr.  elk.,  7  m.  at  .?1,600,  5  m.  at  Sl,620. . . . 

B.  A.  Busby,  sr.  elk.,  stenog.,  12  m... 

D.  G.  Cameroji,  elk.,  May  10  to  Sept.  30  at  Sl,300, 
2  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  81.400  (resigned) 

L.  Chamonard,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

T.  Clifford,  elk.,  12  m 

T.  H.  G.  Clunn,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

R.  W.  Craig,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

P.  J.  Daly,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  J.  Durocher,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  J.  Esdale,  sr.  elk.,  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m. 

O.  S.  Finnie,  inspecting  engineer  of  mines,  12  m 

F.  F.  Gagnon,  acct.,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  H.  D.  Gauthier,  acct.  elk.,  7  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960. 

S.  M.  Genest,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

K.  M.  Gillespie,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  at  $1,050,  3  m 

at  81 ,100  (including  824 .  67  arrears) 

A.  Gregoire,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  J.  Higgerty,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

B.  Holmes,  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Aug.  22  at  $1,200 
(resigned) 

G.  R.  Hopkins,  elk.,  April  12  to  Mar.  31  at  $960. 

M.  K.  Kelly,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

R.  J.  Laflamme,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  A.  Lapointe,  acct.  elk.,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $1,600 

(retired) 

J.  W.  K.  Locke,  sr.  elk.,  .June  22  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,320 

E.  A.  MacDonald,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  J.  McCann,  elk.  bk.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

M.  I.  C.  McDermott,  3  m.  at  81,050,  9  m.  at  $1,100 

(less  7d) 

J.  G.  Metz,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  S.  Montgomery-,  elk.,  Jan.  21  to  Mar.  31  at  8960 

H.  J.  Neville,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.. . 

M.  E.  O'Connell.  elk.  stenog..  Mar.  4  to  31  at  S960. 
R.  Peaker,  sr.  elk.,  Apr.  1  to  June  3  at  $1,380  (apptd 

to  C.  S.  Commission) 

A.  Pelton,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  M.  Philp,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  Oct.  16  to  Ma  r.  31  at 

$600  (less  4  d.) 


Carried  forward . 


155  00 


58  38 


40  00 
200  00 


295  00 


68 


80  00 

350  00 

20  00 

80  00 

500  00 

110  00 


45  00 


122  50 
80  00 


4  08 


70  00 


145  00 
40  00 


$  cts, 
965,1.58  65 


1 , 600  00 

1,618  03 
1 , 600  00 
2,100  00 
1 , 600  00 
1,800  00 
1 , 600  00 

1,100  00 
1,600  00 
2,100  00 
1,300  00 
937  50 

2,160  00 
1,920  00 
1,608  31 
1 , 380  00 

743  52 
1 , 600  00 
1,020  00 
2,100  00 
1 , 680  00 
1.920  00 
1,.380  00 
1 , 740  00 
3,480  00 
1,020  00 

560  00 
2,800  00 

1,087  17 

960  00 

1,680  00 

470  97 

930  67 

1,020  00 

1 , 440  00 

933  31 
1,023  00 
1,100  00 
1 , 140  00 

1,066  61 

2,160  00 

188  39 

1,380  00 

72  26 

24i  50 
2,160  00 

269  36 


63,164  48  1,030,549  25 


$  eta. 
1.50,056  78 


324  00 

318  .58 
324  00 
240  00 
324  00 
276  00 
324  00 

310  00 
324  00 
240  00 
396  00 
252  00 

240  00 

252  00 
72  00 


85  58 
324  00 
222  00 
240  00 

72  00 
252  00 
372  00 
300  00 
240  00 
420  00 
203  60 
240  00 

222  00 
420  00 
300  00 

63  58 
214  60 
222  00 
348  00 

189  00 

96  00 
192  00 

195  85 

240  00 

43  57 

132  00 


69  30 
240  00 


67  34 


160,499  68 


ITfTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 19 


Abate- 
ments 


Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rleur:  Appolntements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
monts 
1920-21 


CoFt 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
51,485  53 


Brought  forward. 


$      cts. 
63,164  48 


7  34 

60  00 

*96  50 

76  00 

152  00 

84  75 

8  77 

11  10 

106  00 

75  00 

171  00 

50  00 

141  00 

141  00 

189  00 

110  00 

19  98 

140  00 

91  00 

166  00 

141  00 

95  66 

141  00 

86  25 

86  25 

129  94 

27  75 

80  00 

184  00 

107  25 

94  00 

146  00 

265  00 

141  00 

80  00 

53  13 

105  00 

61  00 

61  00 

42  50 

70  00 

75  00 

88  00 

80  00 

101  50 

80  00 

t 

ni4  00 

105  00 

56,123  20 

1— 2jK 

Civil  Government  iSaZan'es— Continued — Ap-pointem cnls 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite 

Mining  Lands  and  Yukon  Branch — Concluded. 

M.  Potvin,  mess,  elk.,  Jan.  3  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

J.  M.  Ross,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  H.  Rowatt,  superintendent,  12  m 

E.  E.  Shiels,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  F.  Spence,  asst.  supt.,  12  m 

H.  L.  Stewart,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

W.  W.  Stin.son,  acct.  elk.,  Jan.  26  to  Mar.  31  at  $960, 

W.  E.  Westlake,  elk.,  Jan.  8  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

.\.stronomical  Observatorj' — 

E.  C.  Arbogast,  a.sst.  astronomer,  12  m 

L.  P.  Christensen,  asst.  mechanician,  12  m 

R.  E.  DeLury,  research  astronomer,  12  m 

F.  J.  Dunn,  cabinet  maker,  12  m 

C.  A.  French,  magnetician,  12  m 

W.  C.  .Jacques,  astronomical  computer,  12  m 

Otto  Klotz,  director,  12  m 

J.  H.  L'Abbe,  librarian,  12  m 

G.  Lucas,  instrument  maker,  Apr.  1  to  July  3  at 
SI ,  600  (resigned ) 

J.  Macara,  editor,  12  m 

A.  S.  Mackey,  instrument  maker,  foreman,  12  m. . . 

R.  J.  McDiarmid,  astronomer,  12  m 

R.  M.  Motherwell,  astronomer,  12  m 

A.  H.  Miller,  gravity  specialist,  June  14  to  Mar.  31 
at  .S2,400 

D.  B.  Nugent,  astronomer,  12  m 

D.  Robertson,  longtitude  exchange  operator,  9  m.  at 
.n,700,  3  m.  at  $1,800 

O.  Sills,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  C.  Smith,  astronomer,  6  m.  at  $2,400,  6  m.  at 
$2,520 

G.  Spratt,  elk.,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,140  (deceased) 

A.  Steadworthy,  photographer 

R.  M.  Stewart,  asst.  director,  12  m 

A.  H.  Swinburn,  asst.  astronomer,  12  m 

J.  D.  Wallis,  sr.  photographer,  12  m 

Astrophysical  Observatory,  Victoria,  B.C. — 

W.  £.  Harper,  research  astronomer,  12  m 

J.  S.  Plaskett,  director.  12  m 

R.  K.  Young,  astronomer,  12  m 

8ui"vey   Records  Branch — 

E.  E.  Brice,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

N.  M.  Courtney,  elk.  stenog.,  9  m.  at  $1,050,  3  m.  at 

$1,100 

P.  W.  Currie,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

G.  M.  Kinsella,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

N.  Landrv,  elk.,  12  m 

E.  McKinley,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  at  $850  (less  1  d.) 
R.  T.  Moore,  engineering  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,350,  6  m.  at 

$1,450 

R.  W.  O'Hanlv,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  A.  Oliver,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

V.  Perrin,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

C.  T.  Routh,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

F.  W.  Smith,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

T.  W.  E.  Sowter,  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

C.  J.  Steers,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

\V.  8.  Surtees,  engineering  elk.,  12  m 


Carried  forward . 


325  00 

80  00 
160  00 
255  00 


200  00 
600  00 


300  00 

300  00 

900  00 

40  00 


80  00 
800  00 
300  00 


300  00 


45  00 


139  28 
80  00 


380  00 

225  00 

80  00 

100  00 
800  00 
300  00 


SO  00 
80  00 


77  37 
230  00 


$     cts. 
1,030,. 549  2.5 


146  77 
1 , 200  00 
4,500  00 
1,440  00 
2,880  00 
1 , 440  00 
175  48 
221  94 

1.920  00 
1 , 500  00 
2,820  00 
1,000  00 
2,520  00 
2,520  00 
4,500  00 
2,160  00 

412  90 
2,800  00 
1,740  00 
2,520  00 
2,520  00 

1,913  33 
2,520  00 

1.725  00 
1 , 680  00 

2,460  00 
475  00 
1 , 600  00 
3,300  00 
1,920  00 
1,800  00 

2,820  00 
4,500  00 
2,520  00 

1 , 600  00 

1,062  50 
2,100  00 
1,140  00 
1,140  00 
847  72 

1,400  00 
1,500  00 
1,680  00 
1,600  00 
1,800  00 
1,600  00 
1 . 500  00 
2,800  00 
2,100  00 


70,421  13  1,124,. 589 


$  cts. 
160,499  68 


37  50 
162  00 
240  00 
105  00 
240  00 
102  00 
40  58 
94  60 


348  00 
240  00 
420  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 
240  00 

83  61 
240  00 
300  00 
240  00 
240  00 

191  40 
240  00 

294  00 
300  00 

240  00 
175  00 
324  00 
240  00 
252  00 
276  00 

240  00 
240  00 
240  00 

324  00 

214  50 
240  00 

192  00 
420  00 
251  32 

360  00 
348  00 
300  00 
324  00 
276  00 
324  00 
348  00 
240  00 
240  00 


172,247  19 


K— 20 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


S     cts 

56,123  20 


86  25 

199  00 

75  00 

119  50 

61  25 

106  00 

95  25 

gS  00 

140  00 

106  00 

141  00 

77  50 

56  50 

260  00 

106  00 

148  00 

204  00 

80  00 

217  00 

205  00 

123  00 

117  00 

56  50 

77  50 

64  62 

82  87 

65  00 

60  00 

42  00 

63  00 

56  25 

110  00 

54  00 

75  00 

90  00 

70  00 

153  00 

106  00 

65  00 

199  00 

+ 

*79  37 

*90  00 

60  00 

57  50 

140  00 

Brought  forward . 


Ciml  Government,   Salaries — Continued — Appointements 
du  gouvernement  civil — Suite. 

Geodetic  Survey  Branch — 

A.  Arcand,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  A.  Biggar,  asst.  supt.,  12  m 

L.  E.  Blunt,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  B.  Cannon,  sr.  geodetic  engineer,  12  m 

L.  I.  Copping,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less 

half-pay  44  d.) 

E.  T.  de  Coeli,  jr.  geodetic  engineer,  12  m 

D.  J.  Doyle,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

W.  B.  Fairbairn,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Gauthier,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

G.  H.  D.  Gibson,  editor,  12  m 

F.  A.  McDiarmid,  geodetic  astronomer,  12  m 

C.  M.  McDonald,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  McDonnell,  jr.  geodetic  engineer,  Apr.  1  to  Oct.  23, 

at  SI, 800  (less  half-pay  40  d  (resigned) 

N.  Ogilvie,  supt.  geodetic  survey,  12  m 

T.  H.  Parker,  jr.  geodetic  engineer,  12  m 

W.  Simpson,  head  elk.,  12  m 

W.  M.  Tobey,  sr.  geodetic  engineer,  12  m 

F.  W.  O.  Werry,  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

Boundary  Survey  Branch — 

J.  D.  Craig,  international  boundary  engineer,  12  m 

J.  J.   McArthur,  international  boundary  commis- 
sioner, 12  m 

J.  R.  O'Connell,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m... 
Supply  and  Stationery  Branch — 

D.  F.  Blyth,  store-keeper,  12  m 

A.  E.  Bradley,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

F.  W.  Carson,  sr.  supplies  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,500,  6  m.  at 

§1,600 

R.  H.  Case,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

C.  M.  Denneny,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

N.  K.  de  Renzy,  elk.  b'K.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

A  Grondin,  elk.  tvpist,  12  m 

I.  Sharpe,  elk.  stenog.,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30,  at  §1,140 

(resigned) 

M.  Stewart,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

R.  B.  St.  George,  sr.  supplies  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31 

at  §1,500  (less4|  d.,  resigned) 

B.C.  Lands  and  Townsites  Branch — 

E.  R.  Eastman,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

V.  N.  Gilbert,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  at  §1,020  (less 

Id.) 

O.  Hawley,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

G.  P.  Landerkin,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  MacCuaig,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

R.  W.  Morley,  office  engineer,  12  m 

G.  S.  Proctor,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

L.  K.  Wright,  elk.,  12  m 

G.  Wyld,  sup't.  B.C.  lands,  12  m 

Ordnance   Lands  Branch — 

F.  C.  Capreol,  sr.  elk.,  12  m... 

J.  M.  Clarke,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  P.  Dunne,  sec'y.  N.'W.  Territories,  12  m 

E.  JolifTe,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m. 

M.  A.  Triganne,  editorial  elk.,  12  m 

A.  R.  Wade,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 


S     cts. 
70,421  13 


45  00 
500  00 
120  00 
110  00 

137  42 

200  00 

105  00 

80  00 


200  GO 
300  00 
170  00 

80  00 
700  00 
200  00 

80  00 
600  00 


680  00 

200  00 
120  00 

60  00 
110  00 


272  50 
217  50 


80  00 


40  00 


49  87 
120  00 


20  00 
420  00 
200  00 


800  00 


207  50 
60  00 


S  cts. 
1,124,589  89 


1,680  00 
3,480  00 
1,380  00 
2,280  00 

1,014  94 
1,920  00 
1,800  00 
1,680  00 
2,800  00 
1,920  00 
2,520  00 
1,380  00 

912  66 
4,500  00 
1,920  00 
2,880  00 
3,480  00 
1,600  00 

3,660  00 

3,900  00 
2,340  00 

2,280  00 
1,020  00 

1,550  00 
1,020  00 
1,440  00 
1,300  00 
1,200  00 

760  00 
1,260  00 

1,106  25 

2,160  00 

1,017  26 
1,380  00 
1,800  00 
1,380  00 
2,640  00 
1,920  00 
1,300  00 
3,180  00 

2,100  00 
1,380  00 
2,940  00 
1,200  00 
1,150  00 
2,800  00 


$  cts. 
172,247  19 


300  00 

374  00 
240  00 

180  43 
252  00 
276  00 
300  00 
240  00 
252  00 
240  00 
132  00 


240  00 
252  00 
240  00 
240  00 
72  00 

240  00 

240  00 
240  00 

240  00 
420  00 

336  00 
420  00 
225  00 
162  00 
396  00 

128  00 
162  00 

256  65 

240  00 

221  40 
132  00 
276  00 
396  00 
240  00 
252  00 
396  00 
240  00 

240  00 
132  00 
240  00 
162  00 
192  00 
240  00 


60,851  06 


Carried  forward . 


77,705  92    1,214,921  00 


183,142  67 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.    1 


K— 21 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts. 
60,851  06 


72  50 

113  50 

148  00 

29  16 

60  50 

92  50 

55  37 

230  00 

20  00 

142  00 

79  75 

121  00 

48  00 

57  75 

106  00 

118  50 

65  00 

11  75 

65  00 

131  25 

97  75 

42  75 

66  25 


136  00 

80  00 

173  50 

64  37 

31  50 

94  00 

210  00 

155  50 

94  62 

63  75 

61  00 

94  62 

80  62 

199  00 

90  00 

64  00 

61  00 

51  95 

33  50 

55  25 

56  44 

55  00 

65  87 

52  00 

116  00 

65,064  83 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  &  Ottawa 


.  Brought  forward . 


Civil  Government  Salaries — Concluded — Appointements 
dii  (jouvernement  civil — Fin. 
Reclamation  Service  Branch — 

G.  B.  Adams,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  W.  Ault,  prin.  draughtsman,  12  m 

W.  M.  Bailey,  oflBce  engineer,  12  m 

M.  M.  T.  Bums,  elk.  stenog.,  Aug.  23  to  Mar.  31  at 

S960 

A.  Burwash,  asst.  chemist,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,320 

(lessl2|  d.) 

G.  A.  Camochan,  file  elk.,  12  m 

K.  G.  Cleary,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.   at   $1,020    (less 

half-pay  90|  d.) 

E.  F.  Drake,  director  of  reclamation  service,  12  m 
A.  M.  Drew,  elk.  stenog.,  5  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  S960. 

W.  C.  Gillis,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m 

H.  Hartley,  asst.  editor,  10  m.  to  Jan.  31,  Mar.  22 

to  31.  at  SI, 560  (less  8  d.) 

W.  E.  Hunter,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Lefebvre,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

V.  M.  Y.  Leslie,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

D.  C.  McDougall,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  F.  Moran,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  J.  Phoenix,  elk.,  12  m 

W.  A.  Richards,  sr.  draughtsman,  Feb.  10  to  Mar. 

31  at  SI ,  680 

M.  Rutherford,  elk.,  12  m 

R.  L.  Squire,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m.  at  $2,160 

(less  6  d.) 

N.  A.  Thompson,  jr.  engineer,  12  m 

E.  G.  Timbrell,  sr.  draughtsman,  April  1  to  Aug. 

10  a.m.  at  SI, 800  (less  half-pay  90  d.) 

A.  C.  Wimberlev,  engineering  elk.,  9  m.  at  .51,300, 

3  m.  at  SI. 400 

Water  Power   Branch — 

N.  T.  Allan,  prin.  draughtsman,  12  m 

L.  J.  Barber,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  W.  Beale,  sr.  asst.  engineer,  12  m 

C.  M.  Boegel,  law  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  M.  Brady,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $600,  6  m.  at 

$660 

W.  L.  Brown,  sr.  ergineering  elk.,  12  m 

J.  B.  Challies,  director  Dominion  water  power,  12m. 

M.  F.  Cochrane,  office  engineer,  12  m 

A.  G.  Douglas,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

E.  A.iGrant,  elk.  stenog.,  6  m.  at  $1,250,  6  m.  at 

$1,300 

A.  M.  Holtz,  elk.,  12  m  

G.  E.  Jones,  sr.  draughtsman,  12  m 

M.  C.  King,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

A.  B.  Lambe,  engineer  of  Dominion  power  branch, 

12  m 

E.  A.  McKenzie,  sr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  E.  McRorie,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

I.  Merkley,  elk.  stenog.,  12m 

A.  M.  Murphy,  elk.,  stenog.,  Afav  16  to  June  30  at 

SI,  100,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  II, 200 

A.  L.  O'Connor,  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  at  $600,  8  m.  at 

$660,  1  m.  at  ?960 

M.  M.  Spence,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

J.  W.  Summers,  photostat  operator,  12  m 

E.  M.  Teevens,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

L.  B.  Weir,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m 

H.  E.  Whitcomb,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  April  1  to 

Dec.  28  at  $1,440  (resigned) 

P.  Wilkinson,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 


Carried  forward. 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr^rages 
1919-20 


$     cts. 
77,705  92 


70  00 

50  00 

320  00 


470  00 


97  50 
400  00 


560  00 


165  00 
500  00 


135  00 
200  00 
450  00 


465  00 
155  00 

105  00 


500  00 
220  00 
650  00 
207  50 


80  00 


470  00 
92  50 


80  00 

92  50 

232  50 

500  00 

420  00 

260  00 

80  00 


85  00 
103  48 


297  50 


80  00 
400  00 


86,699  40 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


$     cts. 
1,214,921  00 


1,380  00 
2,220  00 
2,640  00 

583  23 

1,165  64 
1,380  00 

883  90 
4,200  00 

400  00 
2,280  00 

1,308  .39 
1,920  00 
950  00 
1,020  00 
1,920  00 
1,920  00 
1,300  00 

235  00 
1,300  00 

2,125  16 
1,800  00 

425  56 

1,325  00 

2,220  00 
1,.3S0  00 
2,820  00 
1,0S0  00 

630  00 

1,800  00 
4.200  00 
2,640  00 
1,800  00 

1,275  00 
1,140  00 
1,800  00 
1,380  00 

3,480  00 
1,.3S0  00 
1,020  00 
1,140  00 

1,038  99 

670  00 
1,020  00 
1,020  00 
1,100  00 
1,020  00 

1,068  .39 
J.920  00 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coClt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
183,142  67 


132  00 
240  00 
240  00 

134  87 

116  58 
132  00 

195  18 
240  00 
175  00 
240  00 

60  39 
252  00 
420  00 
222  00 
252  00 

162  00 


396  00 
236  13 

59  69 
154  50 

240  00 

372  00 
240  00 
1G8  63 

167  00 
276  00 
210  00 
240  00 
276  00 

396  00 
420  00 
276  00 
372  00 

240  00 
1.32  00 
222  00 
192  00 

350  07 

1.50  00 
222  00 
420  00 
420  00 
222  00 

2.58  19 
252  00 


1,289,655  26i    193,966  88 


K— 22 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
naents 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
191&-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  codt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
65,064  83 


.Brought  forward. 


$     cts. 
86,699  40 


$     cts. 
1,289,655  26 


Civil  Government  Contingencies:  Temjjorary  Employees — 
Depense   casuelle  du  gouvernement   civil:   Employes 
temporaires      (Page     K- — 37)      (arrears — arrerages 
S3.570.03,  salaries — salaires  $65,899.68,  bonuses— bonis 
$19,175.56) 

G.  Aikens,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.  G.  Alexander,  file  elk.,  Dec.  7  to  Mar.  31,  at  I960. . . 
J.  D.  Allison,  mess.,  April  1  to  Nov.  25  (less  43  d.)  at 

S900 

A.  Barclay,  jr.  elk.  typ.,  April  1  to  June  21,  at  $600 

M.  Baxter,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.  H.  Beach,  elk.  ,Dec.  18  to  Mar.  31,  at  S960 

J.  A.   Beck,  mess.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  R.  Beckwith,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  Oct.  23  to  Mar.  31, 

at -SI.  680 

I.  E.  Bell,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

M.  S.  Biggs,  ckl.  stenog.,  Dec.  27  to  Mar.  31,  at  S960.  .  . 
M.  G.  Bloomfield,  elk.  stenog.,  Aug.  4  to  Mar.  31,  at 

S960 

T.  P.  Boland,  elk.,  April  1-30,  at  -51,050 

G.  L.  Bouchier,  sr.  draftsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  F.  Brown,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  April  1-17,  at  $1,680. 

A.  E.  Burke,  file  elk.  ,Dec.  8  to  Jan.  5,  at  -5960 

M.  Burns,  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Aug.  22,  at  S960 

J.  H.  Byrne,  sr.  elk.,  April  1  to  May  18  (less  i  d.),  at 

■SI. 300 

F.  Carlofsky,  elk.  stenog.,  April  1-10,  (less  h  d.)  at  ?960. 

0.  Carrier,  jr.  elk.,  Dec.  14-15,  at  .$600 

A.  M.  Carver,  library  asst.,  April  1  to  Oct.  22,  and  2  m. 

to  Mar.  31.  at  §960 

Z.  Cumming.s,  jr.  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dee.  31,  at  §600 

J.  G.  Cummings,  elk.,  Aug.  9  to  Nov.  30  (less  4  d.),  at 

.S960 

W.  D.  Cunreyworth,  elk.,  Dec.  7  to  Mar.  31  (less  |  d.) 

at  SI, 020 

W.  W.  Davis,  engineering  elk.,  June  23  to  Sept.  21    (less 

id.)  at  .?1,260 

R.  A.  Davy,  research  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

M.  Delaney,  jr.  elk.  typ.,  Oct.  19  to  Mar.  31,  at  §600. . . 
J.  L.  Deslauriers,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  (less  7  d.)  at 

S900 

E.  M.  Donaldson,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  M.  Douglas,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

C.  H.  Dove,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

1.  Dowling,  jr.  artist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

P.  Draper,  file  elk.,  Dec.  2  to  Mar.  31,  at  .?960 

A.  Drew,  elk.  stenog.,  April  7  to  Oct.  31  (less  3  d.)  at 

.S960 

F.  S.  Dunne,  office  boy,  June  14  to  Aug.  31  (less  i  d.)  at 

S300 

L.  Evov,  jr.  elk.  stenog..  May  26  to  Oct.  25,  at  S600. . . . 

M.  J.  Fagan,  file  elk.,  April  15  to  Mar.  31,  at  §960 

I.  Ferguson,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  June  11  to  Mar.  31,  at  S600. 

H.  Gauthier,  acet.  elk.,  4  m.  to  Aug.  31,  at  S960 

A.  Guilbault,  office  boy,  Sept.  20  to  Mar.  31,  (less  U  d. 

at?.300 

M.  Hammond,  jr.  elk.,  3  m.  to  June  30,  at  S600 

R.  Hart,  jr.  elk., typ.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

H.  Handlev,  file  elk.,  Dec.  7  to  Mar.  31  (less  13  d.)  at 

S960 

C.  R.  Hanlev,  elk.  b'k'k'p'r.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less 

6d.)  at -SI. 020 

F.  B.  Henshall,  mess,  elk.,  Nov.  20  to  .Jan.  29,  at  §600. 


65,064  83 


300  00 


53  89 


27  40 


151  12 


119  68 
132  63 


2S9   03 

322  18 

309  75 

l.SOO  00 

270  97 

883  06 
900  00 
1,.320  00 
1,200  00 
960  00 
317  42 

536  00 

63  75 
250  00 
922  67 
483  33 
.320  00 

157  91 
150  00 
600  00 

270  97 

1,003  55 
115  10 


$  cts. 
193,966  88 


1,000  00 

222  00 

304  52 

70  42 

481  73 

225  94 

135  00 

56  70 

600  00 

252  00 

276  13 

120  81 

600  00 

420  00 

740  65 

132  25 

600  00 

252  00 

252  90 

39  51 

632  26 

276  61 

87  .50 

35  00 

1 , 680  00 

300  00 

79  33 

14  17 

74  84 

376  77 

87  13 

169  45 

51  63 

24  52 

3  23 

694  94 

161  13 

450  00 

112  50 

140  84 

132  66 

39  82 
276  00 
113  80 

141  29 
420  00 
212  00 
162  00 
150  00 

73  40 

234  50 


62  50 
402  50 
120  83 


63  00 
252  00 


118  55 


218  42 
63  70 


Carried  forward 87,484  12 


1,312,364  72 


200,194  49 


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SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 23 


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ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


%     cts 

65,064  83 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^ricur:  Appointements  il  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr^raRes 
1919-20 


.Brought  forward. 


W. 


Cipil  (lovrrnment  Contituji  news:  Temporary  Employees- 
("ontinucd — Depcn.sc  casuclte  du  gouvernement  civil. 
Employes  temporaircs-Huhc 

J.  D.  Higginson,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  2  d.)  at  $960 

B.  R.  Hooper,  sr.  elk.,  April  1  to  June  13,  at  .?1,300 

C.  Hyman,  elk., Dec.  7-27,  yt  S960 

K.  Ingensoll,  engineering  elk.,  Oct.  26  to  Mar.  31  {le='S 

I,  d.)  at  §1,260 

E.J.  Kelly,  Jr.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31(less22d.)  at  $900 
G.  L.    Kezar,  engineering  elk.,  .July  26  to  Sept.  20,  at 

SI, 260 

A.  Langevin,  watchman,  July  23  to  Sept.  30,  at  $720,  6 

m.  to  Mar.  31,  at  SGOO 

K.  Latimer,  sr.  elk.,  April  29  to  Mar.  31  (less  h  d.) 

at  81,320 

I.emieux,  ir.  engrosser,  Feb.  10  to  Mar.  31,  at  $720. . . 
.  Linnen,  jr.  engrosser,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  1  d.)  at 

$720 

\V.  K.  Lock,  elk.,  April  1  to  June  21,  at  $1,000 

G.  Lorans,  jr.  draftsman,  2  m.  to  Mar.  31,  at  $900 

H.  A.  Low,  engineering  elk.,  Dec.  17  to  Mar.  31  (less 

11  d.)  at  $1,260 

A.  M .  Lyons,  April  12  to  Mar.  31  (less  3i  d.)  at  $600. . . . 

P.  M'lcFarlane,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

M.  L.  MacLean,  librjry  helper,  Dec.  22  to  Mar.  31,  at 

$600 

F.  R.  MacMlllan,  elk.,  Aug.  30  to  Nov.  15,  at  $960   .  .  . 

A.  J.  MacMillan,  June  23-30,  at  $960 *, 

M.  Mahon,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  3?  d.) 

at  $600 ' 

D.  D.  Mallory,  elk.,  April  1  to  May  5,  at  $960 

I.W.  Markell 

D.  Marsolais,  elk.  stenog.,  3  m.  to  June  30,  at  S960. . 
C.  McBride,  office  boy,  Sept.  2  to  Mar.  31  at  $300  . 
S.  McC'ullough,  acct.  elk.,  Dec.  23  to  Mar.  31,  at  S960 
M.  G.  McDermott,  elk.  stenog.,  Aug.  4  to  Feb.  10,  at 

S960 

C.  M.  McGowan,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

F.  G.  J,  MeHugh,  elk.,  .Jan.  10  to  Mar.  31,  at  $960 

E.  McLean,  jr.  elk.  typ..  May  18  to  Mar.  31  (.less  6  d.) 
at.<600 

V.  AlcStiavick,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

A.  E.  Meister,  sr.  draftsman,  April  1  to  Oct.  12  (less 

11  d.)  at  $1,680 

M.  H.  Mick,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  18  d.)  at  $1,200. 
C.  Mitchell,  elk.  stenog.,  Mav  18  to  Feb.  12,  at  $9,30..  . 
.\.  A.  Mordy,  elk.,  12  m.  to  M'ar.  31  riess  1  d.^  at  $960. . . 

W.  R.  Mortimer,  elk.,  July  28  to  Xov.  8,  at  $960 

E.S.  Mousseau,  acct.  elk.,  Xov.  27  to  Mar.  31  (less  3d.) 

at  .$960 

W.  J.  Mullen,  mess.  elk..  Dec.  6  to  Feb.  28  (less  h  d.)  at 

$600 


M.J.  Mulligan,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (lessl3id.) 

at $600 

W.  Mulligan,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  2U  d.) 

at  $900 

J.  M.  Murphy,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  7  d.)  at  $960. 
V.  C.  Murphy,  jr.  flk.  stenog.,  .luly  5  to  Dec.  31,  at  $600 
H.  Xifol,  sr.  draftsman,  Jan.  6  to  Mar.  31  (less  li  d.)  at 

$1.260 ■ 

H.  Oattes,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  X^ov.  8  and  3  m. 

to  Mar.  31  (less  3J  d.)  at  $600. .         


65,064  83  Carried  forward . 


$  cts 

87,484  12 


343  03 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
monts 
1920-21 


120  00 


56  01 
60  00 


360  00 


360  00 


$  cts. 
1,3 12,. 364  72 


954  84 

263  60 

54  20 

543  63 

846  08 

195  .32 

437  45 

1,215  50 
100  71 

718  22 
224  99 
150  00 

360  30 
575  84 
600  00 

166  13 

205  16 

21  .33 

594  35 
92  90 

240  00 
174  17 
263  23 

500  83 
600  00 
216  77 

512  91 
960  00 

813  76 
1.141  94 
710  42 
957  42 
271  65 

322  89 

141  13 

577  99 

847  14 
941  51 
293  55 

292  43 

507  68 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coftt 
de  la  vie 


.1  88,783  16  1,332,002 


$  cts. 
200,194  49 


368  24 
77  47 


70  11 

394  84 

25  11 

316  17 

343  07 
20  90 

2.52  00 
1.52  25 
42  00 

46  33 

420  00 

41  53 
1.30  69 

148  59 
37  00 

105  00 

60  87 

115  82 

252  00 

50  13 

215  43 
420  00 

150  80 
376  84 
164  28 
221  40 
284  51 

141  28 

98  79 

242  75 

237  20 

217  73 

73  39 

91  91 

148  60 


206.749  52 


K— 24 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  codt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
65,064  83 


.Brought  forward. 


$     cts. 
88,783  16 


Civil  Government  Contingencies:  Temporary  Employees- 
Concluded — Depense  casuelle  du  gouvernement  civil. 
Employes  temporaires-Fia. 


G.  O 'Boyle,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  O'Connell,  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Mar.  3,  at  §960. . . 
W.  J.  O'Reilly,  acct.  elk.,  Dec.  13  to  Mar.  31  (less  i  d.) 

at  §960 

W.  S.  Palmer,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  July  5  to  Sept.  27,  at 

SI,  680 

L.  Paul,  jr.  elk.,  stenog.,  June  10  to  Mar.  31  (less  10  d.) 

at  S600 

K.  D.  Pettepiece,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  M.  Philip,  jr.  elk.  typ.,  July  3  to  Oct.  15  (less  U  d.) 

at  S600,  overpaid  bonus,  Sll  .69 

H.  Philpot,  research  engireer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  Pope,  jr.  elk.,  April  1  to  June  24,  Sept.  1  to  Nov.  3  and 

Dec.  27  to  Mar.  31  (less  2i  d.)  at  $600. . : 

E.  Popplewell,  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

A.  P.  Quigley,  elk.  stenog.,  Mar.  1-31,  at  $960 

F.  E.  Rhode,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.  A.  Richards,  sr.  draftsman,  April  1  to  Feb.  9,  at 

SI, 680 

Rockburn,  elk.  stenog.,  June  16  to  Jan.  15  (less  71  d.) 

atS960 

E.  Sarson,  elk.  b'kk'p"r.,  Julv  9  to  Mar.  31,  at  $1,020. 

Sauve,  jr.  elk.,  July  29  to  Mar.  31,  at  S600 

Scharfe,  elk.  stenog.,  April  15  to  Oct.  11,  at  S960 

Scott,  mess.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  l|  d.)  at  §700 

Spry,  jr.  elk.,  stenog.,  Jan.  24  to  Mar.  31,  at  §600 

J.  Starrat,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Stewart,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

C.  Stevenson,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  1  d.)  at 
$1,000 

Stoddard,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  May  26  to  Mar.  31  (less  2i 
d.)  at  §600 

Sweeney,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  April  1  to  Sept.  27,  at  §800 

J.  Thomas,  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Tremblay,  elk.  stenog.,  11  m.  to  Feb.  28  (less  8  d."> 
at  §960 

T.  Usher,  confidential  mess.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Villeneuve,  map  draftsman,  April  1  to  Oct.  20,  at 
§1,260 

V.  Walker 

M.  Walsh,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  June  23  to  Oct.  20  (less  2 
d.)  at  §600 .- 

Weatherhead,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  Westlake,  elk.,  Dec.  1  to  Jan.  7,  at  §960 

R.  White,  elk.  stenog.,  July  28  to  Feb.  14  (less  12  d.) 
at  §960 

Williams,  map  draftsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

T.  Wilson,  mess,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

D.  Young,  office  bov,  July  19  to  Aug.  31,  at  §300. . . . 
,  Young,  elk.,  Dec.  2  to  Mar.  31,  at  §960 


245  60 


360  00 


27  90 


30  51 
60  00 


42  26 
180  00 


360  00 


180  00 


$     cts. 
1,332,002  75 


600  00 

887  74 

287  74 

387  94 

468  87 

960  00 

168  54 

1,800  00 

399  00 

1,050  00 

80  00 

960  00 

1,445  00 

373  29 

743  06 

404  84 

471  06 

697  15 

112  90 
960  00 

600  00 

997  27 

505  65 

393  29 

960  00 

858  44 

960  00 

697  74 


192  36 

960  00 

98  06 

499  35 

1,260  00 

960  00 

35  48 

317  42 


S  cts. 
206,749  52 


420  00 
222  00 

66  54 

10  05 

196  92 
222  00 

53  83 
276  00 

186  79 

222  00 

18  50 

420  00 

354  79 

64  98 
161  72 
142  08 

73  60 
149  40 

28  23 
420  00 
137  50 

418  87 

126  82 
206  50 
222  00 

198  51 
420  00 

89  71 


222  00 
42  90 

75  81 
162  00 
222  00 

138  87 


65,064  83    Carried  forward 90,269  43    1,355,554  94 


213,142  44 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 25 


Abate- 
ments 


Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts, 
65,0G4  83 


65,004  83 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interleur:  Appointcments  il  Ottawa 


.Brought  forward. 


Dominion  Lands:    Salaries  and  Contingencies — Terres 
JMerales:   Salaries  el  depensc  casuelle  (Page  K — 37) 
{arrears — arrcrages,  $3,684-65;  salaries — 
salaires;  $69,967.68;  bonuses— 
bonis,  $17,531.73) 

H.  Allen,  bookbinder,  2\  m.  at  $1,300,  9J-in.  to  Mar.  31 

at  S35  per  week 

T.  Anderson,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

A.  E.  liateman,  supplies  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

D.  S.  W.  Best,  clerk  bookkeeper,  AprU  1  to  Oct.  22 
(resigned )  at  -SI ,  200 

Miss  M.  M.  Borthwick,  junior  clerk  stenographer,  Mar 
21  to  31  at  S600 , 

Miss  G.  Carleton,  junior  clerk  typist,  12  m.  less  14 d.,  at 
SCOO 

J.  E.  Carson,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  R.  Connelly,  clerk  bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at 
$1,020,  less  5  d 

W.  G.  Gumming,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  A.  Davis,  engineering  clerk,  Oct.  16  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,260 

R.  E.  Dennison,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  C.  D'Aoust,  messenger  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  L.  Devine,  clerk  stenographer.  Mar.  15-31  at  S960 
Miss  S.  C.   Digner,  clerk  stenographer.  Mar.  7-14  at 

$960 

J.  F.  Doyle,  clerk.  Mar.  18-31  at  $960 

P.  L.  Dunne,  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  M.  Dwyer,  clerk,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $600  (transferred 

to  Boundary  Surveys) 

R.  O.  Earl,  technical  clerk,  April  1  to  Oct.  8  at  $1,800 

(resigned) 

H.  S.  Eccleston,  clerk,  April  1  to  May  5  at  $900  (trans- 
ferred)   

G.  G.  Fraser,  senior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  J.  Foran,  junior  file  clerk.  Mar.  14-31  at  $600 

E.  Fontaine,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  M.  Gorman,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.  C.  Graham,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

C.  Harris,  principal  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  Harvie,  head  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31...! 

H.  Hutchingame,  office  boy.  Mar.  29-31  at  $300 

\Vm.  Z.  Ketchum,  clerk,  6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $1,000 

E.  P.  Larkin,  clerk,  Mar.  21-31  at  $960 

J.  O.  Landry,  bookbinder,  2\  m.  at  $1,300,  9^  m.  to  Mar 

31  at  $35  per  week 

R.  Lee,  clerk,  12  m .  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  E.  Levell,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  D.  MacLeod,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  C.  McCadden,  clerk,  April  and  May,  July  15  to  Feb.  28 

less  2d.  in  May  at  $1.000 

A.  M.  McCoy,  office  boy,  Feb.  26  to  Mar.  31  at  $300. . . . 

A.  E.  McEwen,  process  printer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  F.  McGee,  clerk,  April  1  to  Mar.  16,   less  half-pay  14 

d.  in  Feb.,  and  16  d.  in  Mar.  at  $900 

Miss  M.  McGillis,  junior  clerk  stenographer,  Mar.  21-31 

at  $600 

11.  H.  McKay,  head  chauffeur,  5  m.  at  $1,000,  7  m.  a1 

$1,440 

J.  C.  McKenzie,  supplies  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

N.  McNicoll,  acct.  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.  L.  Maloney,  clerk,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $1,200 

T.  J.  Molloy,  senior  accountant  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . 


Carried  forward 92,393  77    1,392,275  75 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrcrages 
1919-20 


$     cts 

90,269  43 


160  02 
60  00 


59  84 


60  00 
120  00 


163  06 


120  00 


60  00 
60  00 


200  00 
750  00 


53  00 
60  00 


18  36 


60  00 

"mixi 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
mcnts 
1920-21 


$      cts 
1,355,554  94 


1,717  49 
1,020  00 
1,200  00 

670  97 

17  74 

577  42 
1,700  00 

1,006  30 
1,000  00 

579  19 

1,200  00 

1,000  00 

43  87 

20  65 

36  13 

1,260  00 

150  00 

938  71 

87  10 

1,320  00 

29  03 

960  00 

600  00 

1,800  00 

1,920  00 

2,520  00 

2  39 

499  98 

28  39 

1.717  49 

1,200  00 

000  00 

1,000  00 

790  29 

27  68 

1,000  00 

825  60 

17  74 

1,256  65 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 
300  00 
1,680  00 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coClt 
de  la  vie 


$  ,.cts. 
213,142:44 


82"  50 
222  00 
396  00 
►^  -  M 
221  42 


284  52 
300  00 

416  62 
420  00 

74  47 
220  50 

420  00 
10  15 


8  35 
162  00 

105  00 

144  45 

24  39 
372  00 

12  20 
420  00 
252  00 
276  00 
252  00 
240  00 

111  00 
6  56 

82  50 
396  00 

81  67 
420  00 

331  93 

222  00 

231  17 

4  44 

378  00 
396  00 
396  00 
99  00 
300  00 


221,935  28 


K— 26 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fondsde 
retraite 


%     cts 

b5,(R4  83 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salarj' 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Brought  forward. 


Dominion  Lands:  Salaries  and.  Contingencies— Concluded 
1  erres  federates:  Salaires  et  depense  casuelle— Fin. 

o  S- Morrison,  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
C.  H.  Olmstead   clerk,  April  1  to  July  31,  Oct.  8  to  19, 

^ov.  lb  t^o  Mar.  31  less  4  d.  full  pay,  Oct.  20  to  Nov. 

la  less  3  d.  at  half-pay,  at  S900 

at  S90o"'  ''^^^^'  '^^"""^  ^  *°  "^^^  ^^'  ^^^^-  ^  ***  Mar.'si 

^'  "^i"20o"'  ^■'^^"^^"'■'  ^  ^-  ^*  ^^OO,'"?  m.  to  Mar.  31  at 

Miss  A.  S.  Potts,  fileclerk,12  m.to  Mar.'si 

Hugh  Powers.bookbinder,  2^  m.  at  SI,  300,  9§  m.  to  Mar. 

cil  at  -?.S.-)  per  week 

hJ.  J.  Quilty,  messenger  clerk,  12  m.' to  Mar.' 31 

T  '13    T3-  i*^""?^'  ^'^  ^^^^^'  ^^ar.  7  to  31  at  S960.  ... 
J.  P.  Richards,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

a?Sil'20r^'  ^^  ™'    *°    ^^''-    ^^'  ^^^^  '^  ^-  ^'  ^^P*' 
^'  ^I'^loo''^''"^^"'^'  ^  °^-^*^9^8;'7'm.to  Mar.3l'at 

S.  M.  Robertson,  senior  clerk,  AprU  1-27  at  $1  320 

A.  L,.  Kogers,  process  printing  foreman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
J  ?°?®^';  ^^P  draughtsman,  12  m.    less  3  d.  Feb. 
and  7  d.  Mar.  at  -Si, 260  . 
V>.  Schiemann,  chaufifeur,  o  ra.  at  §948,'  7  m.  to  Mar. 

St  cl , ZuO 

iMiss^G.  Shea,  clerk,'l2'm.  toMar.'si 

|i^.  bherrin,  senior  research  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

\f       f fore    bookbinder,  2^  m.  at  $1,300,  9i  m.  to 
I         Mar.  31  at  §35  per  week 

^i  ^n^?l°"^'  ?^^^h  ?  ™-  ^*  '5^' 000'  6  m.  to  Mar!  3l'at 
T  /^    o""^"  (transferred  from  Saskatoon) 
J.  C.  feparre,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . 
-Miss   V.   Steele    junior  clerk  stenographer,  Mar.'   10-31 

icss  1  Q.  at-  cbOO 

4'  ?:  Stewart,  principal  clerk,'l2'm'.  to  Mar.  31 
a.  tot.  Jacques,  clerk,  12 

to  Mar.  31  at  S960 

F.  Taj'lor,  junior  clerk,  12 

31 


31 


m.  less  half-pay,  19  d.  inJuly 
less  7  d.  in  Feb.    to  Mar. 


F.  Theriault.  carpenter,  12'm.'  to  Mar.'  Si'.! .' 

f  •  Thompson,  clerk,  58*  d.  full  pay,  90  d.  half-pay 
,         to  Aug.  2/ noon  at  81,000 
V   1^"  ^"^loch,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 . . 
^.  b.  lurton  Jr.,  clerk,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  Sl,000 
n'  k^^^-^\T:°°§;  map-mounter,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
y  •  n   ]l^^¥'  ^^®  '^'erk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 . 
A.  c.  VVeeks,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

« 'rV 'iv-ff  *'  *i'®^^'  -^P"^  ^  to  June  18  at  81 ,  000. 

^-  \-  \L}^^-  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 . , . 

b.  A.  \\  right,  file  clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31     


^°"!X"  ^"'"^^"'"^  ^°^^«-  Surveys^Terres  et  pares  fi^de 
S°  rw-  "^P^"  "»««    (P^Oe  K-52)    (Arrears-arrerages 

M.  Cullen  carpenter,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

l^ithographic  office  to  Mar  25— 

J.  Bergin,  Mar.  27-31,  1920,  4  working  days  at  '$32, 
M  w.,  2  d..  less  2  d.  at  $35,  less  Si  underpaid- 


%     cts. 
92,393  77    1 


60  00 


60  00 


60  00 


83  13 
18  32 

58  86 


600  00 


60  00 


240  00 
60  00 


80  00 


60  00 


65.064  83  I Carried  forw 


60  00 
60  00 


120  00 


180  36 


$     cts 
,392,275  75 


1,500  00 

686  49 

655  00 

1,075  00 
960  00 

1,717  49 

600  00 

64  52 

1,000  00 

1,176  66 

1,095  00 

99  00 

1 , 300  00 

1,225  04 

1,095  00 
600  00 
2,400  00  J 

1,717  49 

676  66 
1 , 200  00 

33  87 
1,800  00 

935  48 

881  25 
900  00 


282  27 
1,200  00 

249  99 
1,404  00 
1,200  00 

900  00 

216  66 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 


780  00 


1,805  36 


•■^'■'^ 1  94,254  44 


1,428,107  98 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 

$  cts. 
221,935  28 


348  00 

320  36 
306  83 


400  00 
222  00 

82  50 
420  00 

14  92 
420  00 

388  30 

406  00 

29  70 

396  00 

385  01 

406  00 
150  00 
240  00 

82  50 

280  00 
396  00 

8  87 


408  99 


161  75 
420  00 


62  66 

396  00 

55  50 

396  00 

252  00 

91  00 

396  00 

396  00 

420  00 


519  42 


231,613  .59 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 27 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rk'iir:  Appointcments  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr^raRcs 
1919-20 


.Salary 
1920-21 

Appointo- 
mcnts 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 


$     cts 

65,064  83 


Brought  forward. 


$     cts, 
94,2.')4  44 


Dominion  Lands  and  Parks,  Surveys — Con. — Terres  et 
pares  federaux,  arpentages — Suite. 

Lithographic  Office — Concluded. 

S.  Boyle,  52  w.  at  S20;    bonus  1919-20  and  1920-21 
$646.67  less  126  paid  in  1919-20;    bonus  refunded 

to  Casual  Revenue,  S193.33 

J.  H.  Des  Lauriers,  52  w.  at  $28;   bonus,  1919-20  and 
1920-21,  $568,    less   $26   paid    in   1919-20;  bonus 

refunded  to  Casual  Revenue,  $128 

J.    Cagnon,    52    w.    at    $22,   less  $52,  paid   in  1921 
22;  bonus,   1919-20  and    1920-21,     $783.33,    less 
$26  paid   in    1919-20;    bonus  refunded  to   Casual 

Revenue,   $56.67 

W.  Gordon,  52  w.  at  $28,  bonus  1919-20  and  1920-21, 
S607.96;  bonus  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue,  $46.54 
P.  Kane,  52  w.  at  S22,  IcfS  $.52  paid  in  1921-22;  bonus, 
1919-20    and    1920-21,    $781.28;  bonus    refunded    to 

Casual  Revenue,  S56.41 

W.  R.  Melling,  .33  w.  4  d.  at  S:33 

A.  VV.  Moody  (e.state),Nov.   16-26,  1918,  U    w.    at  i 

bonus  from  Oct.  1-Nov.  26 

S.  Parent,  5  w.  1  d.  to  Mar.  25  at  $22 

T.  R.  Slee,  41  w.  1  d.  to  Jan.  8  at  .S49  (bonus  for  year 

1919-20) 

C.  R.  Thicke,  Mar.  27-31,  1920,  4  working  d.  at  $32  a 
week,  51  w.    2  d.  at  $33;  bonus,  1919-20  and    1920-21, 

$600,  less  $26  paid  in  1919-20 

H.  S.  Thicke,  Mar.  27-31,  1920,  4  working  d.  at  $.32,  a 
week,  51  w.  2  d.  at  $35;    bonus,  1919-20  and   1920-21, 

$552,  less  $26  paid  in  1919-20 

Temporary  clerks  under  Order  in  Council,  May  11, 1914 — 

F.  M.  Allan,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

MissB.  Arbuckle,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  R.  Auger,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  2  d.  at  .$600. 

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

W.  Besserer,  April  1  to  June  17  at  .$840 

C.Bott,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,000 

Miss  A.  Brenot,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  2  d.  at  $60i 
E.  Burnett,  Mar.  27-31,  4  working  days  at  $32,  8  w. 

to  May  26  at  $.34 

Miss  A.  Charron,  April  20  to  Mar.  31,  less  7?  d.  at 

$600 

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

G.Craig,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  3  d.  at  $1,080 

T.  A.  Davies,  April  1-6,  noon  at  $7 

Miss  E.  Dixon,  April  1  to  Mav  31  at  S600 

H.  A.  Dunlop,  12  m.  toMar.  31 

G.  W.  Foster,  April  1  to  June  21  at  $960 

•    H.  Gauthier,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 , 

Miss  -V.  Gillespie,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  U  d.  at  $600. 

A.  H.  Hawkins,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

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

Miss  N.  Hornc,  April  1-14  at  $600 

MissC.  Howard.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

C.  E.  Jones,  April  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,080 

J.  J.  Keaney,  Mar.  27-31,  1920,  4  working  days  at 

$4,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1921,  $1,320 

Miss  M.  Letourneau,  April  1  to  Sept.  16,  less  2  d.  at 

$600 

M.  McCadden,  April  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $2 

Miss  M.  McLean,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  U  d.  at  $600. 


65.064  83    Carried  forward . 


26  00 


52  00 
26  00 


51  .33 


128  00 


184  67 


209  09 
168  00 


224  76 
108  00 


52  34 


228  00 
78  85 


60  00 


100  00 
208  03 


4  00 


$     cts 
1,428,107  98 


1 

,040  00 

1 

,4.56  00 

1 

092  00 

1 

456  00 

1 
1 

092  00 
111  00 

42  00 
113  67 

2,017  17 


1,715  33 


1,818  09 

1,260  00 
600  00 
596  69 
960  00 
179  67 
999  96 

596  76 

293  33 

555  96 

960  00 

1,071  19 

38  50 

100  00 
1,500  00 

216  00 
1,080  00 

597  44 
2,300  00 
1,260  00 

23  33 

600  00 

1,035  00 

1.336  00 

273  42 
730  00 
597  58 


96,163  51  h. 460. 822  07 


242,210  61 


K— 28 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


cts. 


65,064  83 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Brought  forward . 


Dominion  Lands    and     Parks,   Surveys— Concluded. 
Terres  et  pares  fideraux,  arpentages — Fin. 

Temporary  clerks  under  Order  in  CouncU— Concluded. 
Miss  I.  Mahoney,  Oct.  19,  noon,  to  Mar.  31,  less  3  d 

and  1  d.  underpaid  at  S600 

A.  Mattice,  April  1  to  Mar.  31  at  52 ". 

MissE.  Meunier,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31     . 

W.  L.  Miskell.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 '.'.'.'.'.".'.' " "." ' 

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

G.  E.  Morency,  April  17  to  Sept.  28,  less  5  d.  at 

Sl,680 

H.  A.  Murray,  37  w.  1  d.  to  Dec.  i2  at  S35  ! 

R.  E.  Ouimet,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  B.  St.  Jean,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 .'.... 

Miss  T.  Sauve,  April  1-19,  and  May  U,  noon,  to 

July  28  at  S600 

J.  J.  Stock  (transferred  to  Civil  Government) 
H.  O.  Tague,  May  22  to  Jan.  17,  noon  at  SI ,000,  less 
half  pay  1  d.  in  Sept.,  12|  d.  in  Oct.  and  Nov.  1 

to  Jan.  17,  noon 

Miss  B.  Therien,  April  1  to  Sept.  30^  less  i4  d.  at 

S600 

G.  Train,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 ........'. 

H.  M.  Wanless,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  4  d'  Nov.  at 

Sl.OOO 

S.  J.  Webb,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 '.'.'.'.'.]]]'.'" 

Miss  J.  Wilson,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  3  d.  at  §600 

Board  of  examiners  for  D.  L.  Surveys— Bureau  des  exami- 
nateurs  du  service  des  arpenteurs  fediraux  {Page  K — 89) 
{SI  ,512.50) 

J.  A.  Cote,  secretary  to  board,  27  d.  May  and  June,  1920 

28  d.  Feb.  and  Mar.  1921  at  So 

E.  Deville,  member  of  board,  27  d.  May  and  June,  1920 

28  d.  Feb.  and  Mar.  1921  at  S7.50 ' 

O.  J.  Klotz,  member  of  board,  27  d.  ^May  and  June!  1920 

28  d.  Feb.  and  Mar.  1921  at  S7.50 

W.  M.  Tobey,  member  of  board,  27  d.  May  and  June 

1920,  28  d.  Feb.  and  Mar.  1921  at  S7.50 ' 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


Dominion  Lands  and  Parks:  Protection  of  Timber — Terres 

et    arcs  fideraux:    protection  des  bois   {Page  K — 81) 

parrears,  arrerages,  $2,317.62;    salaries,  appoin- 

{tements,  $25,852.46;  bonuses,  bonis,  $2,887.58). 

Miss  E.  Armstrong,  junior  clerk  stenographer,  12  m  to 
„.  T^^ar.  31,  S720,  less  15  d.  Aug.  and  Sept.  i  pay  at  $600 
W .  H.  G.  Boyce,  senior  supplies  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

less  7  d.  Nov.  at  Sl,800 .' . 

Miss  V.  Briggs,  senior  clerk  stenographer,  Sept.  23  to 

Mar.  31,  less  11  d.  at  S600 

G.  Clarkson,  junior  draughtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  3i 

J.  R.  Dickson,  forester,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,100,  house 

allowance,  S240 

T.  W.  Dwight,  director's  assistant,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. ' . 
E.  H.  Finlayson,  forest  protection  specialist,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

J.  F.  Gillespie,  principal  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 ' ..... 

A.  Gorman,  junior  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

C.  A.  Jewett,  forest  assistant,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1  320 

house  allowance,  $67.74 


65,06483    Carried  forward. 


$     cts. 
96,163  51 


48  00 


108  00 


122  46 


113  47 


74  30 


360  00 


60  00 


340  00 
280  00 

67  62 
400  00 
180  00 


98,317  36    1,490,598 


Salarv 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coftt 

de  la  vie 


707  70 

1 , 765  00 

295  33 
1,200  00 

2,. 340  00 
3,000  00 

3,000  00 
1,920  00 
1,800  00 

397  74 


$  cts 
1,460,822  07 


263  69 
730  00 
600  00 
840  00 
600  00 

733  42 
1,300  83 
1,260  00 

600  00 

158  28 


530  86 

297  56 
1,260  00 

988  85 

1,080  00 

595  16 


275  00 
412  50 
412  50 
412  50 


$  cts. 
242,210  61 


111  77 
252  00 
420  00 
252  00 
420  00 

130  76 
265  16 
162  00 
420  00 

7.92 


212  55 

123  97 
396  00 

415  33 
420  00 
148  79 


246  84 


124  71 
298  50 

240  00 
240  00 

240  00 
252  00 
276  00 

33  00 


248,319  91 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 29 


Abato- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int£rieur:  Appointcments  i  Ottawa 


Arroars 
1919-20 

Arr<?raKns 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
monts 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coflt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts 

65.0&4  83 


.Brought  forward. 


65,064  83 


Dominion  Lands  and  Parks — Protection  of  timber — Con. 
Terres  et  pares  federaux;  protection  des  bois — fin. 

R.  G.  Lewis,  forest  statistician,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

D.  A.  Macdonald,  clerk,  April  1  to  May  11  at  Sl,800, 

house    allowance,    $27.03    (transferred    to    British 

Columbia) 

W.  N.  Millar,  Toronto,  specialist,  April  16  to  Sept.  15, 

less  5  d.  June  at  $2,880 

B.  R.  Morton,  forester,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,040;  house 

allowance,  S240 

S.  P.  Quilty,  senior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  3  d.  Jan 

at  $1,800 

J.  C.  Veness,  forest  assistant,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,320; 

house  allowance,  $124.65 

H.  C.  Wallin,  forester,  April  1  to  July    12   at    $2,340 

(resigned) .~ 

W.  G.  Wright,  chief  forest  surveyor,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31, 1  m 

at  $140,  2  m.  at  $185;  house  allowance,  $65.81 


Water  Power  Investigations — Recherch.es  sur  les  pouvoirs 

hydrauliques  (Page  K — 105)  {arrears — arrerages,$3,079 .09 

salaries — appoint ements,  $26,731.92,  bonuses — 

bonis,  $3,674.60) 

E 


F.  Armstrong,  junior  hydrometric  recorder,  3  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

Miss  G.  K.  Bourne,  file  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

G.  F.  Bryant,  hydrometric  recorder,  June  21  to  Aug.  20 

at  $1,440 

A.  H.  Champness,  photographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31... 
H.  W.  Grunsky,  legal  officer,  Apri.  1  to  Nov.  8  at  $4,020 
Thos.  Haughie,  assistant  on  research  work,  313  d.  at  $5j 

G.  Iverson,  office  boy,  Sept.  7  to  Mar.  31  at  $300 

J.  T.  Johnston,  assistant  director,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . 
H.  E.  M.  Kensit,  electromechanical  engineer,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

H.  L.  Mainguy,  draughtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

N.  Marr,  office  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

N.  Matheson,  office  boy,  June  15  to  Aug.  31  at  $300,  less 

2d.  July 

T.  M.  Paterson,  rodman,  July  12  to  Dec.  18  at  $900 

N.   Sheppard,  assistant  power  development  engineer, 

April  1  to  Jan.  16  at  $2,220 

P.  Smith,  draughtsman,  April  1  to  Sept.  11  at  $1,440 

Stanford,  draughtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

P.  Van  Veen,  senior  translator.  May  15  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,800 

F.  Wilkins,  junior  draughtsman,  July  26  to  Mar.  31  at 

$900,  less  5  d..  $12.10 

C.  Wilson,  hydrometric  recorder.  May  4  to  Mar.  31  at 

SI  ,440,  les.g  5  d.  Dec 

G.  H.  Wood,  assistant  engineer,  April  1  to  May  17  at 
$1,500  (transferred  to  reclamation  surveys) 


Irrigation  Surveys — Arpentages  pour  irrigation  (Page  K — 
111)  (arrears — arrirages, $1,727. 70;  salaries — appointc- 
ments, $11,257.64;  bonuses— bonis,  $1,624.39) 

Miss  A.  Burwash,  April  1-30  at  $1,320 

H.  R.  Carscallen,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
H.  W.  Cheney,  principal  clerk.  May  20  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,920 

L.  J.  Gleeson,  asst.  office  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . 


$     cts 
,317  30 


60  00 


360  00 
450  00 


120  00 


260  00 


60  00 
20  00 


340  00 

900  00 

39  09 

650  00 


600  00 
130  00 
SO  00 


460  00 


389  03 
560  00 


.Carried  forward 103,795  48 


S     cts 
1,490,-598  99 

2,280  00 

230-26 

1,160  00 

2,280  00 

1,785  49 

454  65 

600  48 

575  81 


225  00 
1,020  00 

237  42 
1,320  00 
2,434  33 
1,721  50 

170  00 
4,020  00 

3,480  00 
1,500  00 
2,640  00 

CI  72 
391  94 

1,760  48 

642  26 

1,440  00 

1,582  26 

G02  42 

1,289  04 

193  55 


110  00 
2,280  00 

1,661  94 
2,280  00 


$  cts. 
248,319  91 

240  00 
11  52 

240  00 

273  77 

93  00 

67  74 

10  50 


252  00 
420  00 

16  82 
372  00 
145  33 


240  00 

240  00 
348  00 
240  00 


65  33 

190  32 
177  10 
348  00 

242  61 

168  68 

91  31 

17  00 


11  00 
240  00 

194  60 
240  00 


1,533,089  54  253,516  54 


K— 30 


AUDITOR  GEXERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abat€- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 

Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 

Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 

Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 

Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cotlt 
de  la  vie 

$     cts. 
65,064  83 

Brought  forward 

S     cts. 
103,795  48 

140  00 

$     cts. 
1,533,089  54 

1,020  00 

400  00 
1,080  00 

414  03 

2,011  67 

456  17 
2,640  00 

600  00 

752  59 

515  99 

25  89 

1,400  00 

500  02 

915  22 
1,260  00 
2,700  00 

960  00 
62  50 

853  55 
1,020  00 

385  00 

226  94 

299  35 

1,224  44 

1,665  00 

2,100  00 

585  00 

2,740  00 
2^^640  00 

$     cts. 
253,516  54 

Irrigation  Surveys— Concluded— Arpeniagcs  pour 
irrigation — Fin. 

D.  McCormick,  sr.  messenger,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

P.  Marchand,  auditor  of  companies  disbursements,  12  m. 
to  Mar  31                                 

420  00 

M.  Redmond,  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  N.  Robinson,  clerk-stenographer,  April  1  to  Sept. 

30  at  SI ,020,  less  half  pay,  July  24  to  Sept.  30 

J.  A.  Symes,  asst.  office  engr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  5  d., 

at  $2  040           

118  67 
60  00 

192  00 

90  12 

236  67 

Canadian  National  Parks — Pares  nationaux  canadiens  (Page 
K — 121)  (Arrears — arrerages,  $2,625.81;  salaries — ap- 
pointements, $23,887.66;  bonuses— bonis,  $4,579.05) 

Blyth,  G.  G.,  supervisor,  timber  protection,  April  1  to 
June  30   les«  9j  d   in  June,  at  S2, 040            .           

970  00 
120  00 

60  00 

75  81 

63  00 

Campbell,  J.  C,  director  of  publicity,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 

Connolly,  Miss  E.,  jr.  clerk  stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar. 

31                       

240  00 
235  92 

Cory,  W.  M.,  jr.  law  clerk.  May  1  to  Oct.  21,  Dec.  17  to 
Jan.  12,  and  Mar.  21  to  29  at  Sl,320,  overpayment,  35c 

Dalton,  C.  M.,  engineering  clerk,  Oct.  25  to  Mar.  31,  less 
9|d.,  at  SI ,260    

211  00 
66  35 

Gibbs,  L.  M.,  office  boy,  Feb.  28  to  Mar.  31  at  S300 

Griffith,  G.  O.,  sr.  account  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Ketchum,  W.  Z.,  clerk,  Oct.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  S1,000 

40  00 

372  00 
111  00 

McEwen,  Miss  K.,  account  clerk,  April  1  to  Mar.  31,  less 
5j  d  full  pay  and  23j  d.  half  pav,  at  S960 

260  00 
60  00 

500  00 
60  00 

211  41 

Matheson,  D.,  editorial  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

396  00 

Mills,  T.  S.,  sr.  asst.  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Munro,  Miss  L.,  account  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Xeats,  F.  G.,  draughtsman,  April  1-15  at  SI, 500 

240  00 

420  00 

3  97 

O'Neil,  H.  I.,  messenger,  April  1  to  Mar.  31,  less  I85  d. 
at  S900            

238  99 

Parlow,  W.  B.,  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Potvin,  L.  J.,  engineering  clerk,  June  2  to  Sept.  21  at 
$1,260 

80  00 

420  00 
49  50 

Roberts,  E.  A.,  map  draughtsman,  Jan.  27  to  Mar.  31  at 
Sl,260     

29  18 

Smirle,  Miss  V.,  clerk-stenographer,  Dec.  9  to  Mar.  31 
at  S960  

69  23 

Sparks,  X.  A.,  engineering  clerk,  .\pril  1  to  Mar.  31,  less 
10^  d.,  Aug.,  at  Sl,260 

Sparks,  N.  C,  super^asor  of  timber  protection,  April  1 

to  Dec.  31  at  SI ,620,  .Jan.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  SI, 800 

Stinson,  .J.  X.,  asst.  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

60  00 
280  00 

312  00 
240  00 

Troy,  Miss  C,  jr.  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  less  9  d.  at  S600 

Wardle,  J.  M.,  construction  engineer,  April  1  to  Xov.  30 

at  $2,580,  Dec.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $3,060 

409  50 

60  00 
320  00 

240  00 

Administration  of  N.  W.  Game  and  Migratory  Birds  Act — 
Application  de  la  loi  du  gibier  et  des  oiseaux  migrateurs 
du  X.-O.    (Page   K— 143)    (arrears— arrerages,  $320; 
salaries — appointements,  $2,640;  bonuses — boni,  $240) 

H.  Lloyd,  supervisor  of  wild  life  protection,  12  m.  to 
Mar.  31 

Carried  forward 

240  00 

00, 064  83 

107,059  95 

1,564,542  90 

259,274  38 

INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 31 


Abato- 
ments 


Fonds  de 
retraite 


cts. 


05,064-83 


Map  Vote — Credil  pour  cartes  {Page  K^li7)  {arrearb — 
arr6rages,     S1,S2S.90;       salaries — appoinlements, 
$30,112.27;    bomises— bonis,  $5,897.22) 

J.  F.  Arnold,  dept.  printer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Mies  C.  M.  Dawson,  jr.  lantern  slide  artist,  7  m.  to  Mar. 
31 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieiir:  Appointements  &  Ottawa 


.Brought  forward. 


J.  C.  Donaldson,  photographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  M.  .1.  Duc'luiine,  jr.  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

A.  E.  Duford,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  E.  M.  Dunne,  lantern  slide  artist,  Nov.  12  to  Dec. 

2,  at  Sl,.320,  S76.99,  Dec.  3  to  Mar.  31  at  S9G0,  less  3  d. 

Feb.,    S.306.05 

R.  de  Puyjalon,  sr.  statistical  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

less  89c.  overpaid  .Ian 

E.  Elias,  lantern  slide  artist,  April  1  to  Nov.  10  at 

$1,320  (leave  witliout  pay) 

O.  C.  Fournier,  clerk,  April  1  to  May  17 

R.  C.  Gaisford,  lantern  slide  artist,  Dec.  3  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,320 

VV.  H.  Hannaford,  map  drauKhtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
W.  J.  Hocking,  map  draujihtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  .  . . 
Mrs.  Y.  Lake,  asst.  photographer,  12  m.,  to  Mar.  31.  .  .  . 

W.  S.  Larmour,  photographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.  Lynott,  sr.  messenger,  9  m.  at  $900,  3  m.  at  $960 

Miss  I.  Moore,  jr.  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  W.  E.  Schvyn,  lantern  slide  artist,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31 

at  .Sl,.320,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  81,440 

T.  E.  Sproule,  photographer,  Feb.  26  to  Mar.  31  at  §1,200. 

D.  Swan,  clerk,  (leave  without  pay). 

A.  J.  Tobin,  sr.  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  Voorhis,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  E.  Webster,  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 


Reclamation  by  Drainage — Assainissement  par  Ic  drainage 
(Page  K — 149)  (arrears — arrerages,  $60;  salaries — 
appointements,  $39,747.43;    bonuses — bonis,  $3,938.36) 


Miss  J.  C.  Aird,  clerk  -typist,  12  in 

R.  T.  Blair,  junior  engineer  at  SI  ,6S0,  June  4  to  Mar.  31. . 
O.  W.  Brooks,  instrument  man  at  -SI, 260,  June  2  to  Mar. 

31  less  15  d.  Dec 

R.  J.   Burley,  assistant  director  reclamation  8er\uce, 

12  m _. 

J.  H.  Byrne,  assistant  hydraulic  engineer  at  $2,100,  May 

19  to  Mar.  31 

D.  C".  ("arnochan,  clerk,  April  1  to  Mar.  31  less  1  d.  Jan 

D.  H.  Christie,  clerk,  12  m 

H.  J.  Cooper,  junior  irrigation  engineer,  April  1  to  14  at 

$1,680,  May  22  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

H.  R.  Cram,  office  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

.*>.  G.  Dawson,  junior  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

R.  L.  Drake,  instrument  man,  \2  m.  to  Mar.  31 

O.  E.  Fournier,  junior  engineer  at  $1,6S0,  Mav  17  to  Mar 

31 .' 


to 


G.  F.  Horsey,  hydraulic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 

B.  H.  Hughes,  instrument  man  at  $1,260,    May    21 
Jan.  9 

C.  C.  Lindsay,  junior  engineer  at  $1,800,  April  1  to  22 
\V.  T.  McFarhine,  assistant  hvdraulic  engineer,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 -. 

A.  Patterson,  engineering  clerii  at  $1,260,  June  14  to 
Feb.  3  (resigned) 


g5,064  83    Carried  forward . 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


$     cts. 
107,059  98 


60  00 


60  00 
49  83 


215  00 
120  00 


60  00 

60  00 

120  00 

60  00 


219  07 


240  00 
60  00 


60  00 


108,443  S^i 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


cts. 


1,. 564, 542  90 


lj.320  00 

560  00 
1 , 260  00 

600  00 
1,000  00 


383  04 

1.319  11 

806  67 
154  84 

432  90 

1.320  00 
1,.320  00 

840  00 

1..320  00 

915  00 

660  00 

1 , 350  00 
110  71 

1,320  00 
1,800  00 
1,320  00 


1,020  00 
1,386  00 

995  69 

3,480  00 

1,823  39 
1,017  26 
1 , 140  00 

1,871  78 
2,640  00 
1,920  00 
1,260  00 

1,463  23 
2.700  00 

802  74 
110  00 

2,100  00 

805  75 


1,011,191  01 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  codt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
259,274  .38 


372  00 


129  50 
396  00 
420  00 
304  50 

47  85 

371  75 

80  67 

122  00 
372  00 
372  00 
420  00 
372  00 
420  00 
277  50 

124  50 
14  95 

132  00 
276  00 
372  00 

420  00 
34  65 

128  02 


208  92 
221  40 
420  00 

217  18 

4  06 

187  32 

57  48 


103  21 
16  87 


244  64 
168  54 


267,103  Sf 


K— 32 


AUDIT6U  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12   GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 


Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Interieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


$     cts 
65,064  83 


.Brought  forward. 


Reclamation  by  drainage — Concluded — Assainissement 
par  le  drainage — Fin. 

G.  F.  Richan,  hydraulic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . . 
J.  B.  Snape,  junior  engineer  at  SI, 680,  June  14  to  Mar.  31. . . 
J.  S.  Tempest,  supervising  hydraulic  engineer,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

W.  C.  Warren,  assitant  hydrauHc  engineer,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

Daniel  Whittaker,  junior  engineer,  April  1  to  May  17  at 

Sl,800,  May  18  to  Jan.  31  at  §2,100 

G.  H.  Wood,  assistant  hydraulic  engineer  at  $2,100,  May 

19  to  Mar.  31 

A.  0.  Wright,  junior  engineer,  April  1  to  May  19  at  Sl,800, 

Feb.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  §2.100 


Arrears 
1919-20 


Arrerages 
1919-20 


S     cts, 
108,443  86 


Astronomical    Observatory — Observatoire    astronomique 
{Page  K — 152)  (arrears — arrerages,  $838.45;  salaries — 
appointements,  $21,636.30;   bonuses — bonis,  $3,423.02} 

A.  B.  Beddoe,  draughtsman,  (leave  without  pay  9  m. 
to  Dec.  31),  3  m.  to  March  31  at  S1,32D 

C.  A.  E.  Clendinnen,  senior  bookbinder,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
L.  H.  dePuyjalon,  editorial  assistant,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.. 
W.  A.  Dier,  junior  electrical  engineer,  wireless,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

F.  Dolan,  clerk  stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . 
T.  Hackett,  watchman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  C.  Hamel,  Jan.  25  to  Mar.  31  at  §960 

H.  M.  Hands,  draughtsman,  April    19    to    Mar.    31    at 

Sl,260,  less  8  d.  Aug 

J.  P.  Henderson,  asst.  astronomer,  6  m.  at  §1,800,  6  m 
atSl,920 

F.  C.  P.  Henroteau,  asst.  astronomer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 
E.  A.  Hodgson,  seismologist,  April  1  to  July  4  at  §600, 

July  5  to  Mar.  31  at  §2,400 

B.  R.  Hooper,  June  14  to  Jan.  27  at  §1,620  (resigned). . . . 

G.  W.  F.  Johnston,  April  (resigned) 

H.  R.  Kmgston,  June  29  to  Aug.  14,  at  §1,800 

W.    S.    McClenahan,    assistant   astronomer,    12    m.    to 

Mar.  31,  §1,920 

J.  L.  O'Connor,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

A.  Pearce,  May  25  to  Sept.  30  at  §2,400 

Claude  Rinfret,  Feb.  21  to  Mar.  31,  less  5  d 

Roland  Roy,  June  26  to  Sept.  25  at  §1,020,  less  2i  d.  Aug. 
A.  E.  Shore,  bookbinder,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 


Geodetic  Surveys — Arpentages  geodetiques  (Page  K — 154) 
(Arrears— arrerages,  $19,177.68;  salaries— appointe- 
ments, $98,167.56,  bonuses— bonis,  $9,141.20) 

G.  R.  Anderson,  geodetic  engineer,  July  2  to  Aug.  4  at 

§3,120 

L.  A.  Babcock,  carpenter,  May  4  to  Sept.  30  at  §3  per  d., 

§450,  July  9  to  Sept.  19  at  50c.  per  d.  extra.,  §36.50. . 

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

C.  H.  Brabazon,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar. 


L.  O.,  Brown,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

G.  P.  H.  Clark,  carpenter,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  §999.96; 
field  allowance,  43  d.,  §43. . .- 


65,064  83    Carried  forward 110,08131    1,655,173  52 


184  50 


60  00 

200  00 
60  00 
80  00 


200  00 
53  95 


200  00 


179  00 
420  00 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


S      cts. 
1,611,191  01 


330  00 
1,500  00 
1,320  00 

1,920  00 

1,260  00 

960  00 

!7S  06 

1,169  90 

1,860  00 
2,400  00 

1,930  64 

1,004  08 

125  00 

227  42 

1,920  00 

1,020  00 

845  16 

117  89 

248  15 

1,.300  00 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  codt 
de  la  vie 


285  16 

486  50 
3,120  00 

1,920  00 
2,280  00 

1,042  96 


$     cts. 
267,103  89 


2,700  00 
1,339  33 

240  00 
239  17 

2,940  00 

240  00 

2,100  00 

240  00 

1,711  29 

244  64 

1,289  03 

57  42 

591  94 

244  84 

93  00 
102  00 
372  00 

252  00 

162  00 

420  00 

77  90 

376  20 

264  00 
240  00 

177  42 

8  50 


252  00 

108  00 

84  51 

34  00 

36  49 

363  00 


21  93 


252  00 
240  00 


420  00 


272,956  91 


ISTKHfOR   lUJHA UT\/E\T:  EXPEX niTURi: 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 33 


Abate- 
ments 


Fonds  dc 
rotraitc 


$     cts 

<>5  064  83 


rt5,064  83 
1— 3k 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieiir:  Appointoments  a  Ottawa 


Uroiight  forvvanl 


Geoditk  Surveys — Continued — Arpentayes  g6ode- 
/^ywcs— Suite. 

J.  (I.  ( 'out-'liS-'in,  instrument  man,  12  ni.  to  Mar.  31 

t;.  }•'.  I  )alton,  junior  geodetic^  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 .  . 

C.  Denneny,  engineering  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

\V.  M.  Dennis,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Owen  Drury,  engineering  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  M.  E.   Dupont,  junior  clerk  stenographer,  12  m 


to  Mi 


.  J.  Fraser,  geodetic  engineer,  12  in.  to  Mar.  31 

L.  (lauthier,  principal  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31,  less  4  d 

C;.  Cierard,  senior  engineering  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

M.  Grant,  geo<^letic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

iss  K.  F.  Hamilton,  engineering  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
A.  Henderson,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  May  14  to 

Sept.  24  at  Sl,680 

.  i\.  Hewitt,  engineering  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

imhall  Keeping  (decciisod)  arrears  of  salary 

.  K.  Kelly,  carpenter,  April  1  to  Nov.  13   and    Feb.  1 

to  Mar.  IS  at  S7  per  d 

.  B.  Kihl,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 ... 

H.  Kihl,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 .  .  . 
.  F.  ,1.  Lambert,  geo;letic  engineer,  12  m.  to  ATar.  31.  . 
.  H.  McC'allum,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31; 

dif.  bet.  S2.000  an<l  S1.300,  Feb.  I,  1917,  to  April  30. 

1919,  $1,57.5;  arrears,  1919-20,  $210. .30 

.  K.  McElr■oJ^  engineering  clerk,  12  in.  to  Mar.  31 ..... . 

.  X.  McGrath,  instrument  man,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

.  McMillan,  junior  geodetic  engineer.  12  m.  to  .Mar.  31.. 
.  H.  McTavish,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 ... . 
W.   Menzios,   geodetic  engineer,   12   m.   to  Mar.   31; 

dif.  I'.et.  S1,S90  and  .S1.200,  Feb.  1,  1917,  to  Mar.  31, 

1919.    SI .495,    less    overpayment.    1918-19,    $213.90, 

iBl,281 .10;     arrears,  1919-20,  ?246 

.  P.  Moulton,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

.  S.  Mussell,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

.  C.  Murdie,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.    to    Mar. 

31,   $1,800;  dif.   bet.  civil  and   mil.   pav,   1917-18, 

$176. .57 


H.  Xelles,  supervisor  of  topography,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
\V.  Xesham,  geodetic;  engineer,  April  1   to  Sept.  18 

and  Dec.  and  .Jan.  at  $2,400,  SI, .520,  half  pav,  Sept. 

19  to  Xov.  9.  $170;  arrears,  Feb.   1,   1917,    to  May 

31,  1919.  -SI, 166. 6(1,  arrears.  1919  20,  ?.5S0 

H.  Xey,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  Rainboth,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar. 

31 


.  S.  R.alev,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31; 

arrears.  1917  to  1919.  $0.50.43.  1919  20,  .$220  

L.  Rennie,  .superintendent  o\  triangulation,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

E.  Katz,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

H.  Heid,  superintendent  of  levelling,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 
.  (I.  Rhoades,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
-M.  Ri<ldell.  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar. 

31.  $1,800;     dif.  bet.  civil  and   mil.  pay.   1917-18, 

$429.88 

.  H.  Robb,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . 
O.  Roberts,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 
.  (;.  Robert.son,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31      

('arrie<l  forward   . 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr6rages 
1919-20 


$     cts. 
110,081  31 


44  42 
.326  12 
260  00 
278  50 
200  00 


.380  00 

359  00 
500  00 
301  .50 
.540  00 


260  00 
1.59  20 


409  50 

613  00 

1,223  25 


1,785  36 
202  90 
144  00 
283  50 
4.52  00 


1,527  10 
354  00 
300  00 


.351  00 
.)40  00 


1 , 740  06 

216  00 

870  43 

570  00 

86  33 

762  50 

237  00 


289  23 

363  00 

148  68 

60  00 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1930-21 


S     eta. 
1.665.173  52 


1.320  00 
1.920  00 
1,.320  00 
2.040  00 
1 , 320  00 

780  00 
2,400  00 

1 , 305  80 
1 , 920  00 
2,280  00 
1,.320  00 

613  29 
1..320  00 


1,911  00 
2,280  00 
1 , 800  00 
2.199  90 


2,640  00 
1 , 320  00 
1,. 320  00 
2,040  00 
2.280  00 


2.400  00 
2,400  00 
2.280  00 


1.976  .57 
3.120  00 


1 , 690  00 
2,. 520  00 

1 , 920  00 

2.040  00 

3, 120  00 
2,280  00 
2,940  00 
1,800  00 


2,229  88 
1,800  00 
1,680  00 
1,020  00 


127,405  49    1,730,640  02 


Gost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  cout 
de  la  vie 


I     cts. 
272.966  91 

132  00 

372  Of) 
240  00 
372  00 

252  00 
240  00 

368  00 
252  00 
240  00 
132  00 

14  88 
372  00 

240  00 
210  00 


K  39 
1.32  00 
132  00 
240  00 
240  00 


240  00 


240  00 


1.56  30 
93  33 


252  00 


24(1  00 


240  00 
276  00 


71  97 

276  0(1 

3(K)  on 

222  on 


279,793  78 


K— 34 


AUDITOR  OENERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonda  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int£rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 


Arrerages 
1919-20 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coClt 
de  la  vie 


S     cts 
65,064  83 


Brought  forw-ard. 


Geodetic  Surveys — Concluded — Arperitages  giodetigues- 
Fin. 

W.  G.  Rochester,  map  draughtsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

A.  B.  S.  Scott,  accounts  clerk,  Jan.  13  to  Mar.  31  at  S960 
G.  E.  B.  Sinclair,  geodetic  engineer,  May  1  to  Sept.  IS 

atS2,160 

N"  H.  Smith,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  A.  Snow,  senior  light-keeper,  at  $4  per  d 

F.  P.  Steers,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at 

S2,400,  less  overpajonent  mil.  pay,  S36.40 

L.  B.  Stewart,  geodetic  engineer,  May  19  to  Sept.  28  at 

S3,120 

H.  N.  Topley,  engineering  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,320,  less  July  31  to  Aug.  12  and  2  d.,  Dec 

L.   N.  Wadlin,  geodetic  engineer,  June  15  to  Mar.  31 

atS2,160,  less  7  d.,  Dec.  and  Jan 

B.  J.  WoodrufT,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar. 

31  at  $1,800,  less  2d 


International    Boundary    Surveys — Relevis    des  fronti^res 
internationales     (Page    K — 162)     {Arrears — arrirages, 
$4,681.45;  Salaries — Appointements,     $25,859.87; 
bonuses — bonis,  $2,257) 

H.M.  Barton,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,400 
salary,  Apr.  1  to  June  17, 1919,  §487.66,  less  mil.  pay, 
S413.20,  $74.46 

D.  F.  Chisholm,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar. 
31 


T.  C.  Dennis,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . 

J.  M.  Dwj^er,  mess,  elk.,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31 

T.  Fawcett,  engineer,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  S3, 300 

J.  N.  Ingersoil,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 
I.  J.   Mc Arthur,    boundary    commissioner,   12  m.   to 

Mar.  31 

J.  M.  Perrier,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 . 

J.  A.  Pounder,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

G.  T.  Prinsep,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

G.  L.  Rainboth,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . . 
T.  P.  Reilly,  junior  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 
Mrs.  F.  Swallow,  clerk  stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

at  $960,  less  2  d.,  Feb.,  1920 

C.  R.  Westland,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 


Government  of  North  West  Territories — Gouvernement  des 
Territoires  du  Nord-Ouest  (Page  K— 163)  {$600) 

J.  M.  Clark,  secretary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

G.  D.  Pope,  accountant,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 


Government  of  Yukon  Territory — Gouvernement  du  Terri- 
toire  du  Yukon  (Page  K — 164)  {Salaries — Appointe- 
ments, $1,748.39;  bonuses— boni,  $395.47) 

J.  B.  LeClair,  messenger,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  less  I  d 

Miss  H.  M.  Mclntyre,  stenographer,  July  26  to  Oct.  25, 
1920,  S2o0,  living  allowance,  $300 


65,064  83 


.  Carried  forward . 


$  cts 
127,405  49 


60  00 


164  50 
570  00 


260  00 


556  11 


325  00 
465  00 


420  00 
313  34 


54  00 
729  00 
563  50 
504  00 
209  00 

160  00 
382  50 


133,141  44 


$  cts. 
1,730,640  02 


,.320  00 
209  03 

828  00 
,040  00 
942  00 

363  60 

131  69 

266  77 

675  35 

790  00 


2,474  46 

1;800  00 

2,400  00 

450  00 

2,200  00 

1,680  00 

1,000  00 
1,500  00 
2,400  00 
2,280  00 
2,400  00 
1,920  00 

955  41 
2,400  00 


300  00 
300  00 


1,198  39 
550  00 


1,772,414  72 


$  cts. 
279,793  78 


372  00 
48  34 


240  00 


87  06 
357  00 


276  00 


240  00 


240  00 
315  00 
160  00 


348  00 

240  00 

252  00 

222  00 
240  00 


395  47 


283,826  65 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K--35 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int<;rieur:  Appointcments  h  Ottawa 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arr^rafies 
1919-20 


Salary 
1910-21 

Appointe- 
nients 
190-21 


Cost 

of  Living 

Bonus 

Boni 
du  coftt 
de  la  vie 


$     cts. 
65,064.83 


.Brought  forward 


$     cts. 
133,141  44 


School   Lands    Branch — Division    des    ierres    des    icoles, 
(Page     K— 167)      {Arrears— arriraaes ,     $2,268.25; 
Salaries — Appointements,  $22,635.65;  bonuses— bonis , 
$5,869.79) 


H.  R.  Aitken,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss.  K.  Allan,  senior  clerk  stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar. 31 

Mrs.  L.  E.  Allen,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  M.  Ashfield,  clerk-bookkeeper 

Miss.  F.  de  H.  Cunningham,  2  m.  to  May  31 

H.  J.  Davidson,  clerk,  bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss.  I.  E.  F.  Dixon,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $;M)0,  less  16  <i.,  Nov. 
Miss  H.  F.  Drake,  clerk  stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 
H.  S.  Ecclestone,  May  6  to  Mar.  31,  less  7  d.,  at  SilOO  . . . 
Miss  L.  Harrison,  junior  clerk  stenographer,  12  m.  to 

Mar.  31 

L.  Howard,  senior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  L.  A.  Jackson,  accounts  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . . . 

Miss  E.  Johns,  junior  clerk  typist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

T.  F.  Learmouth,  senior  accounts  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Mrs.  M.  Leggett,  June  14  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  A.  Lowrey,  July  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  less  H  d.  Feb. 
Miss.  D.  McDaniel,  jr.  clerk  typist,  12  m.  less  2  d.  Oct.. 

A.  J.  McMillan,  July  1  to  Sept.  16 

H.  P.  Morris,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $900,  less 

$183.87,  Aug.  15  to  Oct.  28,  leave 

H.  R.  Nelson,  clerk  book-keeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,020,  less  $40.73,  2  d.  Aug.  and  12J  d.  Sept.. 

Miss  R.  Odell,  clerk,  April  1  to  July  21  at  $960 

H.  J.  Rand,  senior  accounts  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. . , . 

W.  H.  F.  Riley,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  V.  M.  Sheam,  clerk  bookkeeper,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31 

at  $1 , 020 

W.  C.  Skuce,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  H.  \Vhit«,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 


Seed  Grain,  1919Semences,  1919  {Page  K— 168)  {Arrears 
— Arr6rages,     $5,800.91;  Salaries — Appointements, 
$50,041.80;  bonuses— bonis,  $14,711.61) 

J.  D.  Abercrombie,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.J.  Barling,  prin.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  M.  Barr,  jr.  file  elk.,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $720,  resigned 
J.  F.  Barrie,  elk.  bkpr.,  P  m.  less  15  d.  Mar.,  half  pay, 

14  d.  Feb  and  Hi  d.  Mar 

A.  G.  Baxter,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

T.  P.  Begley,  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  Besserer,  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

M.  Brenot,  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  C.  Brown,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  Chadwiek,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  A.  M.  Cherry,  typist,  Apr.  1  to  Nov.  15.  at  $600, 

(resigned) 

R.  L.  Conoly,acct.  elk.,  23  d.  Mar.  at  $960 

A.  G.  Cosgrove,  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  H.  Crowson,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  G.  Culbertson,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

H.  J.  Day  Luce,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  R.  de  lEtoil,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  A.  Edelstein,  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  G.  Foran,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,'less  half 

pay  5i  d.  Oct.,  4i  d.  Nov.  at  $960, 


60  00 
295  00 


120  00 


71  61 
341  62 
120  00 


360  00 
60  00 
120  00 


120  00 
240  00 


300  00 

"eo'oo 


120  00 
120  00 

60  00 

15  00 

60  00 

60  00 

280  00 


14  66 
48  39 


56  00 


360  00 
60  00 
60  00 
58  96 

120  00 
60  00 

344  72 


$     cts. 
1,772,414  72 


960  00 

1,320  00 

1,.320  00 

1,020  00 

160  00 

1,020  00 

917  33 

960  00 

795  40 

600  00 
1,400  00 
960  00 
600  00 
1,320  00 
574  00 
675  71 
596  67 
181  94 

716  13 

979  27 

294  20 

1,800  00 

900  00 

765  00 

1,200  00 

600  00 


1,320  00 

1,920  00 

300  00 

1,100  81 
960  00 
960  00 
960  00 
1,000  00 
1.200  00 
960  00 

375  00 
59  35 
960  00 
600  00 
720  00 
960  00 
1,320  00 
600  00 

946  90 


$     cts. 
283,826  65 


420  00 
132  00 
222  00 
222  00 
37  00 
222  00 

212  13 
222  00 
222  71 

1.50  00 
372  00 
222  00 
252  00 
372  00 
334  83 
156  56 

149  17 
59  24 

200  52 

213  10 
68  03 

276  00 
420  00 

166  50 
396  00 

150  00 


372  00 

252  00 

62  50 

363  00 
222  00 
222  00 
150  00 
420  00 
396  00 
222  00 

189  00 
13  73 
222  00 
252  00 
252  00 
222  00 
372  00 
252  00 

218  98 


65,064  83 
1— 3|K 


.Carried  forward. 


137,307  40  '1,812,272  43 


204,371  65 


K— 36 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


S     cts. 
05, 064  83 


1  32 


65,066  15 


Interior:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Int^rieur:  Appointements  a  Ottawa 


Brought  forward. 


Seed  Grain — Concluded — Semcnces — Fin. 

F.  C.  Fowler,  sr.  elk.,  bkpr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

F.  Gallagher,  messenger,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

D.  K.  Gamble,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  L.  Girling,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

S.  Godfrey,  acct.  elk..  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.J.  Grimes,  file  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  F.  E.  Halton,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  L.  G.  Hill,  elk.  typist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

N.  J.  Hodges,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

W.  A.  Hunt,  sr.  elk.  bkpr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

S.  S.  Huson,  elk.  bkpr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  A.  King,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

R.  Lafleur,  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  A.  Leethan,  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Geo.  Marion,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  7^  d.  Aug 

at  SI, 200 

C.  J.  Marshall,  audit  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.'. 

A.  G.  Mason,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

K.  R.  McDonald,  elk.  bkr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

F.  W.  MeGuire,  file  elk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  half  pay 

15  d.  at  SI, 200 

Miss  M.  Milks,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

C.  S.  Miskell,  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  E.  Morgan,  typist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  X.  Mousseau,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  Munroe,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Geo.  O'Connor,  elk.  bkpr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

C.  H.  Orr,  elk.  bkpr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

E.  Plouffe,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  A.  Riddell,  jr.  elk.  tvpist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less 

id-Feb 

P.  G.  Ross,  arrears  of  salary,  Nov.  1,  1914  to  Oct.  31, 

1915  at  §10 

S.  I.  Saxby,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Miss  D.  Sherwood,  jr.  elk.  stenog.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31. 

Miss  C.  Smith,  clerk  at  S600.  resigned  April  30 

Miss  M.  Walters,  acct.  elk.,  April  1  to  Dee.  31  at  §960 

F.  A.  Wilson,  clerk  typist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

J.  W.  Wright,  clerk,  bkr.,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Superannuation  Revenue  for  1919-20 


Summary — Sommaire — 

Minister's  salary  under  statute S  9, 250  00 

Civil  Government:  salaries 1,280,406  58 

Civil  Government;   contingencies 65,899  6* 

Dom.  Lds.,  salaries  and  contingencies..  69,967  68 

Dom.  Lds.  Surveys 47, 138  10 

Board  of  Examiners 1 ,  512  50 

Protection  of  Timber 25, 852  46 

Water  Power  Sur\'ey,  etc 26, 731  92 

Irrigation  Surv'eys,  ete 11,257  64 

Canadian  National  Parks 23,887  66 

N.  W.  Game  and  Mig.  Bird  Act .' .  2, 640  00 

Maps  of  Dominion 20, 112  27 

Reclamation  by  drainage 39,747  43 

Astronomical  Observatory 21 ,  636  30 

Geodetic  Survey 98, 167  56 

International  Boundary 25,859  87 

Govt,  of  N.W.  Territory 600  00 

Govt,  of  Yukon  Territory 1,748  39 

School  Lands 22, 635  65 

Seed  Grain 50,041  80 


Arrears 
1919-20 

Arrerages 
1919-20 


$      cts. 
137.307  40 


180  00 
260  00 
80  00 
60  00 
15  00 
28  55 


360  00 
320  00 
380  00 
120  00 
420  00 


120  00 


14  75 


120  00 
60  00 


105  00 
60  00 
60  00 
.59  91 
80  00 
80  00 

120  00 

60  00 

120  00 
60  00 
60  00 


260  00 
120  00 
120  00 


141,210  61 


1,845,093  491 


Salary 
1920-21 

Appointe- 
ments 
1920-21 


Cost 
j    of  Living 
I       Bonus 

Boni 
du  coOt 
de  la  vie 


I     cts. 
1,812,272  43 


1.380  00 

960  00 

1,000  00 

600  00 

1,200  00 

960  00 

800  00 

960  00 

1.320  00 

1,380  00 

1,020  00 

1,320  00 

1,000  00 

960  00 

1,175  81 

1,200  00 

900  00 

1,020  00 

1,175  00 

800  00 

960  00 

600  00 

720  00 

960  00 

1,020  00 

1,020  00 

1..320  00 

718  93 


I 


960  00 

600  00 

50  00 

720  00 

1,020  00 

1,020  00 

1  32 


1,845,093  49 


$     cts. 
294,371  65 


372  00 
420  00 
420  00 
252  00 
396  00 
222  00 
252  00 
222  00 
372  00 
372  00 
222  CO 
132  00 
420  00 
150  00 

388  02 
396  00 
252  00 
420  00 

387  75 

252  00 

24  00 

252  00 

420  00 

420  00 

420  00 

420  00 

372  00 

251  63 


222  00 

252  00 

21  00 

420  00 
222  00 


304,408  05 


*  Superannuation  Fund  No.  1 .    t  Superannuation  Fund  No.  2.    J  35  years  service. 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K--37 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Civil  Government  Contingencies  $         cts. 

Depense  casnelle  dn  gonvernement  civil 

Salaries  at  Ottawa,  $t;r>,89i).0S   loss  $(1,005.35  c'harKed  tu   558 (Page  K — 22) 

Stationery  office  supplies,   12  m.   to  Mar.  31 

King's    Printer's    account,    printing,    binding,   etc 

Subscriptions   to  newspapers  and  publiciitions 

Postage,  $2,000;  telephone  messages,  $468.55;  telegrams,  $1,131.95;  water,  $1,174.20 
Street    car    tickets,    $340;    cartage,    $71.75;    soap,    $120.27;    Christmas    gratuities, 

121.60  ;  matches,  $32.12  ;  nails,  $19.71 

Mirrors,   6,    $26.35;   towels,   $232.89;   whisks,    10   doz.,    $41.42;   cotton,   cheese   cloth, 

etc.,  1,235  yd.,  $194.09 

Making  keys,   repairing  locks,   etc.,   $104.58;   file   carrying   boxes,    12,    $132;   sundry 

hardware.    $90.91 

Sundry   brushes,    $20.45  ;    glasses,    29   doz.,    $30.95  ;    repairs    to    file    carrying    boxes, 

$94.50 

Enlarging  and  framing  photos,  $87.25  ;  thread,  $11.88  ;  sundry  repairs,  $80.95 

Konex  dispensing  machine  and  cups,  $22.75;  cuspidors,  $12.99;  sundries,  $178.79.. 
Washing  towels:   Mrs.   A.   Boucher,   $153;  Mrs.  E.  Claude,  $13.08;   Mrs.   I-..  Claude, 

$12.30;    Mrs.    M.    Denault,    $356.04;    Mrs.    M,    Jette,    $333.60;    Mrs.    R.    Latour, 

$172.55;  Mrs.  C.  Reynolds,   $97.85 

Travelling  expenses:   Hon.   Arthur   Meighen,    $300;    E.   C.    Arbogast,    $24.15;    J.    A. 

Bastien,  $45.50;  A.  M.  Beale,  $195.03;  C.  A.  Bigger,  $723.15;  R.  H.  Campbell. 

$59;  J.  B.  Challies,  $1,549.46;  W.  W.  Cory.  $712.95;  J.  D.  Craig,  $105.96;  R.  E. 

De  Lury,  $68.47;  E.  Deville,  $73.14;  G.  B.  Dodge,  $31.10;  E.  F.  Drake,  $661.60; 

J.    P.    Dunne,    $48.25  ;    O.    S.    Finnie,    $754.42  ;    C.    A.    French,    $521.45  ;    J.    W. 

Greenway,   $429.88;   J.   B.  Harkin,   $750    ($336.74   refunded  to  Casual  Revenue, 

1921-22);    W.    E.    Hunter,    $203.10;    F.    H.    Kitto,    $752.10;    O.    Klotz,    $179.46; 

A.  B.  Lambe.  $650.80;  H.  A.  MacCallum,  $191.01  ;  R.  B.  >ratheson,  $200    ($7.15 

refunded    to    Casual    Revenue.     1921-22);     P.    J.     McClymont,    $11.30;    F.    A. 

McDiarmid,   $325.04;   M.  iMcGuire,   $155.50;   A.    H.   Miller,   $190.87;    N.    Ogilvj-. 

$99.92;  H.  Parry.   $18.45;  A.  A.  Pinard,  $145.05;  J.  S.  PUtskett,  $195.58;  C.  C. 

Smith,   $115.90;  J.   E.  Spero,  $107.21;  R.  M.   Stewart,   $116.08;  R.   S.   Stronach. 

$650;   A.   Sullivan,   $118.15:   A.   H.   Swinburn.   $704.95;   W.    M.   Tobey,    $333.50: 

E.   E.   Turton,    $200  ;    W.   C.   Way,    $162.19  ;    J.   J.    Wilkinson,    $27.53  ;    F.    H.    H. 

Williamson,    $49.90  ;    A.    C.    Wimberly,    $86.60  ;    J.    A.    Wood.    $928.49  ;    B.    H. 

Wright,   $229.70  ;  G.  Wyld,   $537.51  ;  R.   K.   Young,   $9.52 14,748   92 


03,404 

30.146 

22.971 

1,089 

4.774 

30 
03 
98 
25 
70 

605 

45 

494 

17, 

327 

49 

145 
180 
214 

90 
08 
53 

1.138 

42 

140,241    86 


Dominion  Lands:  Salaries  and  Contingencies 
Terres  federales:  Salaires  et  depense  casnelle 

General  Expenses — Depensea  g6n6r(i}es 

Salaries  at  Ottawa    ( Page   K — 25 ) 

Allan,  Killam  and  McKay,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg,  premium  on  guarantee  bonds 

Aunger    and    Robertson,    Ltd.,    Saskatoon,    reiiairing    two    ledgers 

Baird,  Thos..  Ottawa,  parts  and  repairs  for  motor  cars  and   trucks 

Battery   and   Ignition   Service   Co..   Ltd.,    Ottawa :    battery    for   one    "Dodge"    truck, 

$74.85  ;   repairs,   charging  batteries   and   rental,   $21.75 

Blanchard  .Stationery  Co..  Ltd..  Winnipeg,  rebinding  2  gen.  index  boolvs 

Board  of  Pension   Commissioners   for   Canada,   Ottawa,   one   "McLaughlin"    car   for 

C.  C.  Ross,  senior  mining  inspector,  Calgary    

Canadian    Institute    of    Mining    and    Metallurgy,    Montreal,    subscription    fees,    for 

O.  S.  Finnie,  H.  H.  Rowatt  and  C.  F.  Spence 

Canadian   Kodak  Co.,   Ltd.,   Toronto,   one   No.    3A  autog.   kodak   with   leather  case, 

for  S.  E.   Slipper,  petroleum  engineer,  (^algary    

Camefac  Stock  Food  Co..  Ltd..  Winnipeg:  1  ton  hay.  $50;  24  sks.    (72  bush.)   oats. 

$90    (shipped   to  H.   L.    Mabb) 

Cooke,  S.  &  Co.,  Ottawa,  maintenance  of  cars  to  iMar.  31,  1921,  i)arts  and  repairs.  . 
Davidson's    (Jas.)    Sons,   Ottawa:    shocks,    200,   $427.50;   various   pieces   of   lumber, 

$68.57 496    07 

Department  of  Militia  and  Defence:  gasoline.  889  gal.  at  41c..  360i  gal.  at  39c.,  889 i 

gal.  at  37c.  ;  329  gal.  at  3Gc.,  191  gal.  at  34c.  ;  cylinder  oil,  94  pt.    at    lOc.    418  pt.  at 

6c.;  4  "Goodyear"  tires  and  tubes,  $240.20;  2  "  Reo  "  ambulances,  $2,600;  oiks 

grease,    etc..    $5.65 

Department    of    Public   Printing   and    Stationery:    printing,    $14,999.39:    stationery, 

$13,616.97  :    parliamentary   publications.    $316.95 

Dominion   Rubber  System    I.,td..   Montreal :    4    casings   and   tubes,    for   "  Ford "    car. 

$69.40.    for    "Dodge"    car,    $171.80.    for    "Reo"    truck.    $211.60.    one    only    for 

"  Ford  "  car.    $18.54 , 

Dufour,  Jas.,  Ottawa,  repairs  to  "  Packard  "  car 

Ells,  S.  C,  Edmonton,  cost  of  shipping  20  tons  of  tar-sands  from  Fort   McMurray 

to   Edmonton    

Carried    furward  


73,652 

1.876 

37 

947 

.13 
03 
74 
17 

96 

47 

60 
00 

1,500 

00 

30 

00 

96 

88 

140 
105 

00 
20 

3.897 

93 

28.933 

31 

471 

34 

1.133 

',:> 

S50 

00 

n  1.311 

09 

K— 38 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  t3EORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Dominion  Lands:    Salaries   and   Contingencies — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres   federales:    Salaires    et   depense    casnelle — Suite 

Brought  forward 114,311   09 

General  Expenses — Concluded — Depenses  generales — Fin 

Gamble,   Geo.   S.,  Regina,  services   in  connection  with  property  sold   to  T.   Eaton 

&  Co 200   00 

Greenshields,    Ltd.,    Montreal,   2   pieces   of    pillow    cotton 42  75 

Globe   Indemnity    Company   of   Canada,    Montreal,    premiums   on    guarantee   bonds.  437  94 

Imperial  Oil,   Ltd.,   Toronto,    30   gal.   polarine   oil 29   90 

Just  Motors,  Ltd.,  Ottawa :  one  "  Ford "  touring  car  complete  with  starter,  etc., 
$971.80;  radiator  hood  cover,   $7.50;   less   $725   allowance  on   3   used   "Ford" 

cars    254   30 

Letellier  &  Co.,  Ottawa,  boots  for  Interior  Dept.  chauffeurs,  5  pr.  at  $9 45   00 

McKee,  M.  E.,  Ottawa:  clothing  for  Interior  Dept.  chauffeurs,   4  uniforms  at  $40, 

1  at  $45  ;  5  caps  at  $3 220   00 

Multigraph  Sales  Co.,   Ltd.,   Ottawa,   ink  and  supplies  for  multigraph 35   95 

National  Supply  Co.,  Ltd.,  Tilbury:  1  steel  measure  with  wire  reel  and  clamp,  for 

S.    E.    Slipper,    $69  ;    freight    and    express,    $8.09 77   09 

Ottawa  Motor  Sales,  Ottawa,  accessories  for  "  Dodge  "   truck 46  57 

Oil  Well  Supply  Co.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.:  iron  pipe  fittings,  $90.82;  1,  3-in.  iron  body 
gate  valve,  $22.50  ;  20  ft.,  8-in.  line  pipe,  $38.60 ;  1  giant  mud  hog  pump 
complete  with  air  chamber,  $1,050;  2  water  cylinder  liners,  $57.50;  8  water 
valves  with  seats,  $35.44;  2  each  of  cast  iron  liners,  pistons,  and  piston 
followers,    $100.56;    various    parts,    $68;     freight    and    express,    $280.72     (for 

petroleum    engineer,    Calgary)     1,744   14 

Ottawa  Wine  Vault  Co.,  Ottawa,  re  supplying  Tally-Ho  water  to  various  Branches 
of    the    Department    from    1912-13    to    1917-18,    empties,    $105.35,    less    $52.60, 

allowed  by  the  company 52  75 

Preston    (Geo.  E.),  &  Sons,  Ottawa:  clothing  for  Interior  Department  chauffeurs, 

5  jackets  with  2  pr.  breeches  at  $50;   5  caps   at  $2.50 262  50 

Royal    Canadian    Mounted    Police,    expenses    re    various    investigations 48   35 

Two    Macs,   Ltd.,    Ottawa:    5    pr.    gloves,    $33;    4    pr.    leggings,    $28;    5    pr.    shoes, 

?44.75     105   75 

Woodley,  P.  E.,  Wood  Mountain,  Sask.,  improvements  on  land  which  he  had  home- 
steaded  74   00 

Woods  Mftg.  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  5  oil  coats 43  83 

Freight  and  express:  Canadian  Express  Co.,  $32.46;  Canadian  National  Express 
Co.,  $849.30  ;  Canadian  National  Railway  System,  $1,212.27  ;  Canadian  Pacific 
Railway  Co.,   $307.56;   Dom.   Express  Co.,   $498.10;   Edmonton,   Dunvegan   and 

B.C.  Railway  Co.,  $44.80 2,944   49 

Telegrams:   Canadian  National  Telegraph  Co.,   $743.17;   Canadian   Pacific  Railway 

Co.,    $885,17 1,628   34 

Payments  under  $25;  blue  prints  for  O.  S.  Finnie,  $21.41;  1  "  Line-a-time "  copy 
holder.  $19.50;  mileage  and  commission  re  sale  of  team,  $16;  1  "Standard" 
measure,  $10;  1,400  map  tacks,  $12.60;  postage  stamps  for  M.  V.  Mclnnes, 
$6;   relining  buffalo  robe,    $20;  repairing   trunk  and  dictaphone,    $20;   various 

auto  accessories  and  repairs,   $58.86;   small  items,   $10.07 194   44 

Advertising  and  Printing  ($2,251.55)  — 

Advertising  synopsis  of  Northwest  Land  and  Homestead   Regulations 191   67 

Advertising  notice  re  increase  in  rate  of  interest  on  Dominion  Lands 506   15 

Advertising  Tenders  for  Pulpwood  Berth  No.  1 93   60 

Advertising  Auction  Sale  of  Dominion  Lands 26  56 

Advertising  Auction   Sale    of   Timber   Berths    covering    Dominion   Lands 456  76 

Advertising  notice  re  lands  open  for   entry 832  38 

Advertising   notice   to   intending   settlers   re   available   land 52  95 

Advertising   notice  re   land    to    returned   soldiers 43   80 

Advertising  notice  re  lifting  reserve  on  certain  lands 5   28 

Advertising  Auction  Sale  of  ex-homestead   inspector   Fletcher's    team 2  40 

Advertising  Orders  in  Council,  in  B.C.   official  "  Gazette  " 35   50 

Printing    100    posters    re    Sale    of    Dominion    Lands 4  50 

Travelling  and  Removal  Expenses — Depenses  de  voyage  et  frais  de  dimenagement 

Beresford,  H.  G.,  D.L.S.,  expenses  in  connection  with  inspecting  mineral  claims  at 

various  places 85   oo 

Cox,  R.,  removal  expenses  from  Lethbridge  to  Winnipeg:  fares,  sleepers  and 
meals  en  route,  $97;  baggage  transfers,  $5.50;  room  and  meals,  3  d.  at 
Lethbridge,  $16.25  ;  board  and  rent  of  rooms  at  Winnipeg  (Dec.  18  to  Feb. 
28).    $150 268   75 

Godfrey,  W.,  removal  expenses  from  Battleford  to  Moosejaw:  fares,  sleepers  and 
meals,  en  route,  $79.90;  board  and  room,  $179.45;  crating,  loading,  cartage 
and  freight  on  furniture,  $181    440  35 

Carried    forward     125,844   83 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 39 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion   Lands:   Salaries   and   Contingencies — Continued  |         cts. 

Terres   federales:   Salaires    et   depense    casuelle — Suite 

Brought    forward    125,844   83 

Travelling   and   Removal   Expenses — Concluded — D6pensea   de   voyage   et   frais   de 

d4m6nageinenl — Fin 

Gorton,  J.  G.,  transfer  expenses  from  Swift  Current  to  Lethbridge :  fares, 
sleepers,  and  meals  en  route,  $38.40;  room  and  board,  $G7.65;  crating,  draying 
and  freight  on  furniture,    $97.75;    telegram  and   transfer,    $1.75 205   55 

Jukes,   H.   A.,   storage  on  furniture  at  Winnipeg,  Sept.   9,   1919,    to   Jan.    1,    1921..  64   76 

Kitto,  F.  H.,  D.L..S.,  Ottawa,  expenses  in  connection  with  field  surveys,  season 
1920:  field  expenses,  $170.50;  hotel  and  livery  at  Dawson,  $37.75;  camp 
equipments,  hardware  and  provisions,  $231.06  ;  expenses  of  party  from  Fort 
McPherson  to  Fort  Yukon,  $175;  18-ft.  "  Peterboro  "  canoe,  $108.50;  express 
and  freight,  $32.45  ;  services  of  stenographer,  3J  d.,  $21  ;  transportations  of 
party,  $230.35;  Geo.  Foss :  wages,  $2.50  per  d.,  $235,  transportations,  $131.15, 
supplies,  $20;  repairs  to  instruments  and  telegrams,  $11.70;  films,  58  rolls, 
?31.90    1,436  36 

Munroe,  M.  J.,  moving  family  and  household  effects  from  jRed  Deer  to  Edmonton : 

wife's    fare,    $3.50  ;    lumber,    crating,    cartage    and    freight   on    furniture,    $127.  130  50 

Potts,   C,   acting  sub-agent.   Fort  MoMurray,   travel   in  connection   with  homestead 

inspections    15   OO 

Price,  C  H.,  moving  family  and  household  effects  from  sMoosejaw  to  Battleford : 
4  fares  and  meals  en  route,  $70;  board  and  room,  $92;  material  for  crating, 
drayage  and  freight  on   furniture,  $234.75 '. 396   75 

Teasdale,  C.  M.,  D.L.S.,  expenses  in  connection  with  inspecting  mineral  claims  at 

various   places    546  70 

*  Battleford  Land  Office — Bureau  des  terres  a  Battleford 

Agent,  G.  K.  Smith,  2  m.  to  June  30,  $300;  acting  agent,  D.  J.  Rose,  10  m.  at 
$1,680,  2  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,920,  arrears,  $80,  bonus,  $292;  C.  H.  Price,  senior 
clerk,  12  m..  $1,440.  arrears,  $80,  bonus,  $348,  arrears  1918-19.  $63.97;  clerk- 
bookkeeper,  A.   Carryle-Bell,    12   m.,   $1,320,   arrears,    $60,   bonus,    $372 6,075  97 

Staff:  Mrs.  E.  Brandon,  12  m.,  $900.  bonus  (less  Id.),  $418.87;  R.  H.  Burton, 
6  m.  at  $1,200,  6  m.  at  $1,260,  bonus,  $396  ;  Miss  E.  Foster,  G  m.  at  $840, 
6  m.  at  $900,  bonus,  $252 ;  W.  Godfrey,  3  m.  to  June  30,  $315 
(transferred  to  Moosejaw),  bonus,  $99;  Miss  V.  Howrie,  Nov.  22  to  Jan. 
31  at  $780.  bonus.  $28.75  ;  F.  P.  McGinnis,  12  m.,  $960,  arrears,  $40.16,  bonus 
(less  J  d.),  $221.65;  Miss  M.  Quehl,  11  m.  at  $900,  less  18i  d.,  $780.20, 
bonus.  $218.46;  C.  A.  Thompson.  12  m.,  $900.  bonus  (less  J  d.),  $251.65;  S.  L. 
White.    April    1    to    Sept.    14    at    $900,    arrears,    $48.17,    bonus,    $191.33  ;    Mrs.    A. 

E.    White.    Mar.    1-7,    1919    at    $700,    $13.17 8,693   91 

Rose.    D.   J.,    expenses    to    meet    Mr.    Cuttle. '     2  50 

Postage  and  p.o.  box.  $875;  office  supplies,  repairs,  etc.,  $37.50;  shipping  safe,  $30.  942   50 

Telephone   rent,    6   m.    to   Feb.    28,    1921,    $25;    telegrams   and    telephones,    $67.72..  92.72 

Calgary  Land  Office — Bureau  des   terres  a  Calgary 

Agent.  W.  E.  Talbot,  12  m.,  $2,520,  arrears.  $200,  bonus,  $240;  senior  clerk-book- 
keeper, E.  H.  Crockett,  12  m..  $1,620,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $324 4,964   00 

Clerk-bookkeeper,  L..  G.  Young,  9  m.  at  $1,200,  3  m.  at  $1,260,  bonus,  $396  ;  senior 

clerk,  M.  Gossip,   6  m.  at  $1,400,   6  m.  at   $1,440,   $1,419.96,  bonus,   $360 3,390  96 

Staff:  T.  E.  Adams,  12  m.,  $1,300,  lx)nus,  $396;  T.  B.  Blacklock,  12  m.,  $1,000, 
bonus,  $222;  A.  Z.  Choquette,  3  m.  at  $1,000,  9  m.  at  $1,020,  $1,014.99.  bonus, 
$420;  Miss  B.  Christie,  12  m.,  less  9  d.  April  and  6  d.  May  at  $1,020, 
$978.04,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $212.87;  A.  B.  Clarke,  6  m.  less  18i  d.  at  $1,100. 
6  m.  less  5  d.  at  $1,140,  $1,048.62,  bonus,  $379.84  ;  Miss  M.  E.  Crick,  April  1-17 
at  $60,  $34;  Miss  F.  M.  Cottingham,  9.3  m.  at  $90,  2.7  m.  at  $45.  $959.22, 
arrears.  $60,  bonus,  $381.50;  C.  A.  Cowell,  12  m.,  $1,100,  arrears.  $43.05,  bonus, 
$222;  L.  C.  Doolan.  12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $340.20;  Geo.  E.  Duncan,  12  m., 
$1,140,  arrears,  $13.37,  bonus,  $420;  Mrs.  Z.  Dunning,  6  m.  at  $1,000,  6  m.  at 
$1,020,  $1,009.98.  bonus.  $420;  F.  W.  Elliott.  3  m.  at  $1,000,  9  m.  at  $1,020, 
$1,014.99,  bonus,  $420;  Miss  M.  Henderson,  July  20  to  Mar.  31  at  $720,  $503.22. 
bonus,  $104.84  ;  Miss  H.  M.  Kilburn,  12  m.,  $1,020,  arrears,  $60.  bonus, 
$420;  J.  Lawrence.  6  m.  at  $1,000.  6  m.  at  $1,020.  $1,009.98,  bonus,  $222; 
T.  I.  Lynch,  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $13.37,  bonus,  $192;  Miss  E.  Macdonald, 
12  m..  $900,  bonus.  $252;  Miss  M.  McKinley,  bonus  (1919-20  balance),  $21; 
C.  Moody,  12  m.,  $1,000,  bonus.  $420;  Miss  E.  L.  Mosley,  12  m..  $900,  bonus, 
$252:  Miss  L.  Nolan,  12  m.  at  $900,  less  Dec  1  to  Feb.  14.  $712.50,  bonus. 
$199.50;  J.  Nuroombe,  12  m.,  $1,200,  bonus,  $396:  Miss  I.  M.  Scott.  12  m.  at 
$1,200  less  16  d.  Oct.,  $1,148.39,  arrears,  $60,  bonus.  $155.03;  Miss  M.  P. 
Thornton,  12  m.  $1,020,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $222;  Miss  P.  Vickery,  12  m.. 
$1,020,    arrears,    $60,   bonus,    $222 30,416   50 

Carried   forward    183,219   50 


K— 40  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT.  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


78 
1,816 

82 
67 

203 
173 
138 

99 
56 

79 

2,640 

00 

3,508 

00 

Dominion   IJands:    Salaries   and    Contingencies — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres  federales:   Salaires   et   depense   casnelle — Suite 

Brouglit    forward    183,219   50 

Calgary  Land  Office — Concluded — Bureau  des  terres  a  CaU/ary — Fin 

Electric  repairs,  batteries,  etc.,  $23.02 ;  office  furniture  repairs,  $13.80 ;  laundry, 
$42 

Express,    freight    and    cartage,    $84.95;    postage    and    commission,    $1,731.72...:.. 

Rebinding  "Township  Ledgers,"  30  vols.,  $153.54  ;  time  and  material  packing 
books  and  stationerj-,    for   shipping  from   Red   Deer,   $50.45 

Rent  of  telephone,    12  m.,    $78;    telegrams  and   telephones,   $95.56 

Typewriter    repairs,    $100.95;    subscriptions    and    small    items,    $37.84 

Dauphin  Land  Office — Bureau  des  terres  a  Dauphin 

Agent,   E.   Widmeyer,   12   m.,   $2,160,    arrears,    $240,  bonus,    $240 

Senior  clerk.  J.  A.  Templeman,  12  m.,  $1,380,  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $372;  clerk- 
bookkeeper,    A.    Johnson,    12    m.,    $1,200,    arrears,    $40,    bonus,    $396 

Staff:  Miss  H.  Cross.  12  m..  $900,  lx»nus,  $252;  Miss  M.  K.  Dalves,  12  m.,  $1,020, 
arrears,  $60.  bonus,  $222  ;  Miss  G.  A.  Fairbairn,  12  m.,  $1,020,  arrears, 
$60,  bonus,  $222;  Miss  F.  G.  Nash  (from  Inspector  Cuttle's  office),  5  m.  to 
Dec.  31,  $400,  bonus,  $97.50  ($5  oven^aid  Cas.  Rev.  1921-22)  ;  Miss  M.  Ruth- 
ledge,  Oct.  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  $433.55,  bonus,  $67.74;  R.  J.  Shiel,  12  m., 
$1,020,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $420;  Miss  M.  Templeman,  Feb.  16  to  Mar.  31 
at  $65.  $95.17,  bonus,   $16.96;   Miss  E.  Widmeyer,  June  29  to  Dec.  31  at  $600, 

$303.33,   bonus.    $127.40 6,797   65 

Widmeyer,    E.,    agent,    travelling   expenses 97  50 

Agnew,    H.    L.,    relieving,    expenses    from    Prince    Albert    to    Dauphin    and    return, 

$44.70;    board   and    room,    Oct.    6-23,    $66.50 Ill   20 

Fairbairn,    Miss    G.    A.,    expenses    to    Winnipeg 8   50 

Nash.    Miss    F..    expenses    to   Winnipeg.    $3.25  ;    board    and    room,    July    7    to    Aug. 

5.    $60 63   25 

Express  and  drayage,    $12.65  ;   repairing  chairs  and   time  clock.   $14 26   65 

Postage  and  rent  of  p.o.  box.  $692.78  ;  rent  of  telephone  to  June  1,  1921,  $49 741   78 

Telegrams  and  telephones,   $27.12;   typewriter  repairs,  $40.50;  small   items,   $7 74   62 

Edmonton  Land   Office — Bureau    des   terres   a   Edmonton 

Chief  land  agent,  A.  Norquay,   12  m.,   $2,520,   arrears,   $200,  bonus,   $240  ;   principal 

clerks:   J.  A.  Royal,  12  m.,  $1,920,  arrears,  $500,  bonus,   $252;  H.  F.  Dennehy, 

12  m.,  less  5  d.  June,   $1,893.33,  arrears,   $350.03 7,875   3K 

Junior  clerk-bookkeeper,  Geo.  Andrews,   12  m.,   $1,440,  arrears,   $130,   bonus,   $396  ; 

accountant    clerk,    W.    F.    Tuthill,    July    1    to    Nov.    4,    half-pay    from    Sept.    5, 

$313.33,    bonus,    2    yrs.,    $321,06    (1919-20,    $420    to  Cas.    Rev.);    senior   clerks: 

J.   Milner,   12   m.,   $1,380,   arrears,    §203.35,  bonus,    $372  ;   F.   Veats,    12   m.,   less 

15    d.    half   pay,    $1,351.40,    arrears,    $260,    bonus,    $364.27 6,581    41 

Staff:  D.   H.    Boles,    12   m.,    $1,200,   arrears,    $140,    bonus,    $396;    Miss  V.    Breckell, 

12  m.,  $780,  bonus,  $150  ;  Miss  E.  Cantin,  12  m.  less  |  pay  April  and  2  d.  May. 

$1,029.20.   arrears.    $73.33.  bonus.    $182.45;   AV.    F.   W.    Carstairs,    12   m.,    $1,300, 

bonus,  $396  ;  V.  Coupez,  Aug.  10  to  Mar.   31  at  $1,200,  $770.97,  bonus,  $254.42  ; 

W.  E.  Cronk,  Aug.  17  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  $598.71,  bonus.   $261.93  ;  Miss  G.  E. 

Driscoll,   12  m.  at  $S40  less  1  d.  Nov.   J  pay,  plus   6   d.   Feb.,   2   d.   J   pay  :Mar.. 

1920,  $853.18,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $252;  Mrs.  V.  Dooley.  12  m..  $1,020,  arrears. 

$50,    bonus,    $222;    J.    P.    Duggan,    12    m..    $1,200,    arrears,    $80,    bonus.    $396; 

J.   Edwards,    12   m.,    $900,   bonus,    $420  ;    Miss   E.    Fielders,    6   m.    at    $800,    less 

20J  d.  full  pay,   13J  d.   |  pay,  5  m.  to  Feb.   28  at   $840,  less  7  d.  Jan.,   $674.04. 

arrears,  $12.95,  bonus,  $207.32  ;  Miss  L.  Gallagher,  12  m.  at  $1,080,  less  J   pay 

from  Feb.    5.    $996.41,  arrears,    $95.   bonus,    $176.86  ;   L.   B.   Griffith,   12    m.   less 

6i   d.,    $883.24,    bonus,    $412.18;    Mrs.    I.    H.    Goddard,    12    m.,    $1,020,    arrears. 

$60,  bonus,  $420  ;  H.  A.  Greaves,  12  m.,  less  i  pay  3  d.  Dec.  and  Jan.,  $1,195.16. 

arrears,   $138.43,   bonus,    $394.40;   Miss  J.   H.   Jackson,    9   to  Mar.    31,  less   5   d. 

Dec.    (from   Moosejaw),    $751.29,   arrears,    ?60,    bonus,    $163.52;    Geo.    Lambert. 

12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $252  ;  Miss  O.  Liefke.   3  m.  to  June   30.   $225.  arrears.   $60. 

bonus,  $63  ;  Mrs.  L.  P.  Livesey,  12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $252  ;  Miss  A.  McNeil.  12  m.. 

$900,  bonus,  $252;  J.   Mace,   12  m..   $1,000.  bonus.   $420;   Miss  A.   Montgomerj-. 

7  m.  to  Oct.   31,  $455,  bonus,   $147;  M.  A.  Munroe.   12  m.,   $1,200.  arrears,   $4*0. 

bonus,  $396  ;  J.  O'Neil,  12  m.,  $1,200,  arrears,  $30,  bonus,  $396  ;  Miss  M.  Phillips. 

Oct.  5  to  Mar.  31  at  $80,  $469.68,  bonus,  $73.39  ;  Miss  M.  L.  Rose.  Julv  14  to  Mar. 

31  at   $75,  less   20  d.  Nov.,   $593.55,  bonus,   $166.19  ;   Miss  M.  L.    Speer,    12   m.. 

$1,020,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $222;  A.  B.  Spence.  12  m.,  $1,000,  bonus,   $420;  W. 

Stephenson.  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $80.  bonus,  $420;  A.  Sullivan,  12  m.,  $1,020. 

arrears.  $60,  bonus,  $420  ;  P.  E.  Taylor,  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $80,  bonus,  $420  ; 

.T.  Webb,  12  m..  $960.  bonus.  $420;  Miss  E.  "S^'ood,  12  m.,  less  2  d.  .Tuly,  $895.16. 

bonus,  $250.64  ;  Miss  E.  B.  Wyllie,  12  m..  $780,  bonus.  $150 " 42.005   6C 


Carried    forward     256,162   85 


INTERIOR  DEl'ARTMKXT:  KM'i:\ DITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K-   41 


Dominion  Lands:   Salaries  and  Contingencies — Continued 
Terres  federates :   Salaires   et   dSpense   oasnelle — Suite 

brought  forwartl   

Edmonton  Land   Office — Concluded Bureau   den   terres   a   Edmonton — Fin 

Bronzing  radiators,  lettering  windows,  etc.,  $106.75  ;  repairs  to  ofHce  furniture, 
safe,    etc..    $70.70 

Cleaning  office,  oiling  floors  and  oil,  $73.30  ;  ice  for  season,  $17.58  ;  tow«l  supply,  $73 

Electric  repairs,   lamps,   fan,   etc.,    $103.23;    freight,   express,   etc.,    $28.35 

Postage  and  p.  o.  box,  $2,289.03  ;  office  supplies,  $34.35 

Rent  "f  2  telephones,   $85.30  ;   telegrams  and  telephones,  $459.04 

Typewriter  repairs  and  rent,  $47.25;  Waghorn's  Guide  and  City  Directory,  $10.... 

Veterinary  service  re  team,  $4  ;  printing  50-0  ledger  sheets  and  binding  2  cash 
books,     $47.77 


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177  45 
163  88 
131  58 
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544  34 
57  26 

51  77 


Grande  Prairie  Land  Office — liureau  des  terres  a  Grande- Prairie 

L.and    agent,    F.    L.    Christie,    12    m.,    $2,040,    arrears,    $320,    bonus,    $240  ;    .senior 

clerk,  C.  H.  E.  Clarke,  12  m.,  $1,440,  arrears,  $180,  bonus,  $348 4.568   no 

Staff:  I.  E.  Berner,  April  25  to  Sept.  4,  at  $75,  $325,  arrears,  $15,  bonus,  $90.30; 
E.  Casson,  12  m.,  less  13  d.  June,  $Sti7.50,  bonus,  $27t).77  ;  ;  Miss  V.  Clark,  Oct. 
6  d.,  $14.52;  Miss  E.  Devitt,  Oct.  4  to  Nov.  3  at  $75,  Nov.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $80, 
$467.24,  bonus,  $111.65;  Miss  M.  Dunbar,  12  m.,  less  4  d.  Oct.,  $890.32,  bonus, 
$148.39;  J.  Forbe-s,  April  25  to  June  30  at  $75,  $165,  bonus,  $45.50;  Miss 
I.  Heigh.  Sept.  2J  d.  at  $75,  $6.38,  W.  -NeLson,  Mar.  8  to  April  19,  $105.56; 
J.    J.   Redmond,    12   m..    $960,   bonu.«.    $222;    A.    E.    Shields,   Mar.    8-31,    $58.06....        4.769    19 

Blacklock,  T.   B.,   travelling  expen.ses,   $100;   room  and  board,  Feb.    12   to   Mar.   24, 

$141.50    241    50 

Postage   and    i).o.    box,    $484.10;    drayage  and    express,    $18.60;    janitor    and    night 

watchman,  $28   530   70 

Office  supplies,   $70.05;   material  and  crating  typewriters,    $27.50 97   55 

Rent  of  telephone,    $26.25;    telegrams   and    telephone,    $160.15 186   40 

Repairing  typewriter  and  date  stamps   1  .'>   00 

Kamloops  Land  Office — Bureau  des  terres  a  Kaniloops 

Land  agent :  W.  C.  Cowell,  12  m.,  $2,160  ;  arrears,  $240  ;   bonus,  $240 2,640   00 

Senior  clerk,  J.  Bannerman.  12  m.,  $1,560,  arrears,  $100,  bonus,  $324;  clerk-book- 
keeper, C.  W.   Smith,   12   m.,   $1,320.  arrear.s.   $120,   bonus,   $372 :?,79t)   00 

Staff:  W.  Brennan.  :5  m.  to  June  30,  $300,  arrears,  $140,  bonus,  $40.50;  Miss  A.  B. 
Davis,  Oct.  i:!  to  Mar.  31  at  $900,  $420.97;  Mi.ss  J.  MacDonald,  12  m.,  $900. 
bonus,  $150;  J.  G.  McKay,  Nov.  4  to  Mar.  31.  at  $960,  $392,  bonus,  $90.65; 
Mrs.    V.    Morrow,    July    5-9,    $12.90  ;    Miss    C.    B.    Palmer.    Aug.    2-31,    $48.39  ; 

bonus,  $21    2.516    41 

Electric  light,  $90.35;  express  and  freight,  $7.96;  office  furniture,  $17.75 116   06 

F'ostage  and  p.o.   box,   $333.48  ;   installing  bells   re  phone,   $14.75 .148    2^ 

Rent  of  telephone,  $54;  telegrams  and  telei)hones,  $31.05;  small  items,  $11.01 96   O^i 

Lethbridye    Land    Office — Bmcan    des    terres    a    Lethbrid(/e 

I^and  agent.  G.  H.  Macdonell,  April  l-:;o  (deceased),  $175,  bonus.  $20;  senior 
clerk,  actg.  agent.  J.  A.  Reid,  April  1  to  May  26  at  $1,800,  May  27  to  Mar.  31 
at  $1,920,  $1,901.61,  bonus,  $255.68;  senior  clerk,  E.  F.  Layton,  7  m.  at  $1,300. 
5  m.   at  $1,320,   $1,308.31,   bonus,    $386 4.046   6o 

Staff:  Miss  E.  V.  Boulton,  12  ni.,  $780,  bonus,  $216.34:  R.  Cox,  cS  m.  to  Nov.  30 
(to  Winnipeg),  $666.64,  bonus,  $247;  F.  Goodwin,  12  m.,  $1,000,  bonus.  $222: 
<;.  J.  Gorton,  3  m.  at  $1,080,  9  m.  at  $1,140.  $1,125.  bonus.  $420;  Miss  E.  Hall- 
worth.  12  m..  $900,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $150  ;  Miss  G.  M.  Hepburn,  6  m.  to  Mar. 
::i  (from  Saskatoon),  $450.  bonus,  $126;  W.  S.  Kent,  12  m.,  $1,200,  arrears. 
$40,  bonus,  $396;  Miss  J.  Martin,  April  21  to  Mar.  31  at  $600,  $566.67,  bonus. 
$141.67;  J.  .Muir.  12  m.,  $1,100,  bonus,  $420;  A.  T.  Staines.  April  and  May.  Aug. 
19  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,100,  $863.38,  bonus,  $149.14;  D.  Thomson,  12  nv,  $1,000. 
bonus,    $222    

Kidd.  T.  W.,  expenses  re  transfer  from   Moosejaw   

Muir,   John,   expenses   to   Medicine   Hat    

Reid,  J.  A.,  expenses  to  Swift  Current    

Hepburn,  Miss  G.   M.,   exiienses   re    transfer   from   .Saskatoon    

Freight  and  cartage,   $19.18  ;   1   doz.  linen  towels,   $15.50 

Postage,  $868.84  ;  rent  of  p.o.  box.   $24  ;  repairing  4   typewriters,   $19.90 

Ront  of  telephone,  $51  :  telegrams,  $25.66  ;  ice,  $8.40  ;  sub.scriptions  and  certificates. 
$8.10    

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K 42  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion  Lands:    Salaries   and    Contingencies — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres  federales:   Salaires   et   depense   casuelle — Suite 

Brought  forward 297,191   72 

Moosejaw  Land  Office — Bureau  des  terres  a  Moosejaw 

Chief  land  agent,  L.  P.  O.  Noel:  12  m.,  $2,520;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $240 2,960   00 

Principal  clerk,  G.  A.  Nicholson,  12  m.,  §1,920,  arrears,  $25,  bonus,  $252  ;  senior 
clerk-bookkeeper,  A.  Powell,  3  m.  at  $1,500,  9  ni.  at  $1,560,  $1,545,  arrears, 
$31.67,  bonus,  $330;  senior  clerk,  W.  Helm,  12  m.,  $1,380,  arrears,  $120, 
bonus,  $372   5,975   G7 

Staff:  Miss  M.  E.  Alstad,  April  1-13  A.M.,  $27.08;  B.  J.  Barthlam,  April  1  to  July 
12,  Oct.  3  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,000,  $776.85,  bonus,  $324.04;  H.  A.  Burrows,  12 
m.,  $960,  arrears,  $55,  bonus,  $420  ;  Miss  R.  M.  Carleton,  12  m.  less  7  d.  Aug., 
$765.32,  bonus,  $169.93;  Mrs.  M.  Castle,  12  m.,  $900,  bonus.  $252;  H.  E. 
Clements,  12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $420;  H.  E.  Cork,  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $80, 
bonus,  $420;  Miss  S.  G.  Craig,  July  12  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  $691.61,  bonus, 
$159.93;  J.  H.  Firth,  2  m.  at  $900,  10  m.  at  $960,  $950,  bonus,  $420;  W.  God- 
frey, 9  m.  to  Mar.  31  (from  Battleford),  $945,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $297; 
Miss  P.  E.  Hemmett,  May  27  to  Mar.  31  at  $600,  $508.06;  Miss  J.  H.  Jackson, 
3  m.  to  June  30  (to  Edmonton),  $255,  bonus,  $55.50;  T.  W.  Kidd,  12  m., 
$1,000,  bonus,  $222;  Miss  E.  M.  McCann,  2  m.  to  May  30,  $130,  bonus,  $25; 
Miss  D.  MacLteod,  5  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $425,  arrears,  $42.26,  bonus,  $92.50;  Miss 
I.  Oppenheimer,  July  26  to  Dec.  31  at  $600,  $259.68,  bonus,  $109.06  ;  W.  R. 
Sharpe,  12  m.,  $1,000,  bonus,  $222;  E.  Swain,  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $80,  bonus, 
$420;  G.  Sylvain,  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $80,  bonus,  $420;  C.  H.  Waterhouse, 
12   m.,    $1,000,   bonus,    $420    

Noel,  Li.  P.  O. :  expenses,  Ottawa  and  return,  $246.85 ;  attending  court  at  Reglna, 
$9.10   

Craig,  Miss  S.,  expenses  to  Regina   

MacLeod,  Miss  Dorothy,  expenses  to  Winnipeg   

Abstracts  of  title,  $45  ;  express  and  cartage,  $11.99  ;  ice  and  water,  $57.08 

Postage  and  commission,  $1,438.66;  P.  O.  box,  $12;  paper  towels,  1  case,  $16.75.... 

Rent  of  telephone  to  Aug.  31,  1921,  $63;  telegrams  and  telephones,  $72.62 

Repairing  and  binding  books,  $30.53  ;  typewriter  repairs,  $50.80 

Waghorn's  Guide  and  City  Directory,  $9.03;  office  supplies  and  repairs,   $32 

New  Westminster  Land  Office — Bureau  des   terres  a  New   Westminster 

Land  agent,  W.  D.  Magee,  12  m.,  $2,160,  arrears,  $240,  bonus,  $240  ;  senior  clerk, 
J.  B.  Laird,  12  m.,  $1,3S0,  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $372;  clerk-bookkeeper.  Miss 
I.  M.  Huff,  12  m.,  $1,080,  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $192;  clerk-stenographer.  Miss 
M.  Brewster,  June  16  to  July  31    (to  Crown  Timber  Office),  $120 6,024   00 

Postage,   $115.74 ;   telephone  rent,   $66 ;   small  items,   $5.76 187  50 

New  Westminster  Timber  Office — Bureau  des  hois  a  New -Westminster 

Crown  timber  agent,  E.  W.  Beckett,  12  m.,  $2,400,  arrears,  $280,  bonus,  $240; 
senior  clerk-bookkeeper,  E.  Walmsley,  12  m.,  $1,680,  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $240; 
junior  clerk  stenogranhers :  Miss  M.  Brewster,  8  m.  to  Mar  31  (from  Land 
Office),  $640,  bonus,  $175.75;  Miss  M.  Elley,  12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $420;  Miss 
C.  Martin,  May  1-30  at  $65,  June  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $50,  $557.90,  bonus,  $207.90; 
Miss  B.  Smith,  April  1-30,  $65,  bonus,  $21 

Beckett,   E.   W.,   travelling   expenses 

Express  and  cartage,  $17.50  ;  50  gal.  gasoline  and  provisions  for  Pitt  Lake  trip, 
$28.13 

Postage  and  p.  o.  box,  $131.20  ;    2  log  rules,  $14  ;    250  scale  sheets,  $11.13 

Rent  of  telephone  and  extension,  $81.45  ;    telegrams  and  telephones,  $92.21 

Typewriter  repairs  and  supplies,  $23.20  ;    office  expenses,  $19.20 

Peace  River  Crossing  Land  Office — Bureau  des   terres  au   Passage   de   la  Riviere 

La  Paix 

Senior  clerk,  acting  land  agent,  R.  Cruickshank.  12  m.,  $1,600,  bonus,  $324 1,924   00 

Senior  clerk,  E.  M.  Reid,  12  m.  less  Jan.  1  to  Feb.  25  at  $1,380,  $1,162.32,  arrears, 

$120,  bonus,   $119 1,401  32 

Staff:  Gordon  Brown,  bonus  1919-20,  $118.55;  Mis  F.  B.  Carson,  bonus  1919-20, 
$125.46  ;  J.  R.  Connell,  12  m.  less  2  d.,  Jan.,  $1,193.55,  arrears,  $40,  bonus, 
$161.13  ;  A.  E.  Dando,  12  m.,  $480  ;  Mrs.  L.  Doherty,  12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $252  ; 
H.  F.  Fincham.  12  m.,  $1,200,  arrears,  $133.16,  bonus,  $162  ;  S.  Gaskill,  Dec.  6 
to  Mar.  31  at  $900,  $287.90,  bonus,  $134.36  ;  S.  H.  Hammell,  May  6  to  Nov.  30 
at  $80,  less  28  d.,  $473.20,  bonus,  $207.03  ;  Mrs.  I.  Trainor,  12  m.  less,  i  d.  Oct., 
$1,018.63;  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $221.70;  Miss  A.  J.  Whillans,  May  17  to  Mar. 
31  at  $900,  less  2  d.  July,  $781.45,  bonus,  $130.24 8,080  36 


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INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K 43 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion   Lands:    Salaries   and   Contingencies — Continued  %         cts. 

Terres  federales:   Salaires   et   depense   casuelle — Suite 

Brought    forward    354,513   42 

Peace    River    Crossing    Land    Office — Concluded — Bureau    des    terres    aii,    Passage 
de  la  Riviere  la  Paix — Fin 

Reid,  E.  M.,  expenses  re  transfer  to  Dauphin,  $66.40;    board  and  room,  $11.50....  77  90 

Freight,  e.xpress  and  cartage,  $44.31;    laundry,   $9.65;    gasoline,  105  gal.,  $80.90...  134   86 

Postage  and  p.  o.  box,  $468;    installation  of  telephone  and  1  m.  service,  $11.25 479   26 

Repainting  sign  and  repairing  locks,  $10  ;    cutting  6  loads  of  wood,  $18 28  00 

Telegrams,    $147.32 ;     office   supplies,   hardware,    etc.,    $154.55  ;     typewriter    repairs, 

$8;    wood,  $17.75 327  62 

Pri7tce  Albert  Land  Office — Bureau  des  terres  a  Prince-Albert 

Chief  land  agent,  R.  M.  Treen,  12  m.,  $2,520,  arrears,  $650.01  ;    bonus,  $240 3,410   01 

Principal  clerk,  P.  A.  J.  Cottam,  12  m.,  $2,040,  arrears,  $720,  bonus,  $240  ;  senior 
clerk-bookkeeper,  J.  H.  Anderson,  12  m.,  $1,440,  arrears,  $.380,  bonus,  $348; 
senior  clerk,  H.  Agnew,  3  m.  at  $1,400,  9  m.  at  $1,440,  $1,429.98,  bonus,  $354..  6,951   98 

Staff:  F.  Collins,  July  14  to  Mar.  31.  at  $960,  $686.45,  bonus,  $158.74;  Miss  H.  E. 
Coster.  12  m.,  $600,  bonus,  $252;  D.  Craig-Brown,  July  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $960, 
less  10  d.,  $647.74,  bonus,  $283.39  ;  G.  T.  Crofton,  Aug.  2  to  Sept.  1,  $80.09, 
bonus.  $19.13  ;  J.  A.  Currie,  April  1-30,  $100  ;  H.  Furnis,  11  m.  to  Feb.  28  at 
$900,  less  4  d..  $815.32,  bonus,  $380.48;  J.  K.  Gordon,  April  1-9,  $24,  bonus, 
$5.55  ;  A.  A.  Grant,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31,  $375,  bonus,  $175  ;  Miss  B.  Haldenby, 
12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $252;  L.  E.  Hodson,  4  m.  to  July  31,  $320,  bonus,  $140; 
Miss  I.  McDonald,  12  m.,  $1,020,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $222  ;  R.  S.  McEwen,  July 
19  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  $673.55,  bonus,  $155.76  ;  Mrs.  M.  A.  Malpas,  12  m.,  $900, 
bonus,  $420;  A.  V.  Paterson,  12  m.,  less  22  d.,  $844.96,  bonus,  $296.32;  W. 
Rincheshen,  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $80,  bonus,  $420;  F.  W.  Simpson,  6  m.  at 
$1,200.  6  m.  at  $1,260,  $1,230,  bonus,  $396;  Miss  D.  Tremblay,  12  m.,  $1,020, 
arrears,   $60,  bonus,   $222 15,375   48 

Express,  cartage  and  freight,  $45.08;    keep  of  ex-inspector  MacLeod's  team,  53  d., 

$132.50 177   58 

Postage  and  p.  o.  box,  $1,137.76  ;    filter  and  ice,  $22  ;    services  of  court  reporter, 

$42.30 1,202  06 

Rent  of  telephone  and  extension  to  Aug.  31,  1921,  $48.50  ;    telegrams  and  telephones, 

$119.32 167   82 

Typewriter   repairs,    $74 ;     printing   circulars,    $17.75 ;     office   supplies   and    repairs, 

$26.50 118   25 

Revelstoke  Land  Office — Bureau  des  terres  a  Revelstoke 
Land  agent,  T.  J.  Wadman,  12  m.,  $2,160,  arrears,  $240,  bonus,   $240;    senior  clerk, 

H.  J.  Parker,  12  m.,  $1,440,  arrears,  $180,  bonus.  $72 4,332   00 

Staff:    "^'.  G.   Fleming,    12   m.,   $1,020.  arrears.   $180,   bonus,   $222;    Miss  D.  Hume. 

3  m.  to  June  30,  $195  ;    Miss  B.  E.  McCarty,  12  m.  at  $1,020,  less  27  d.  April, 

May,  June  and  1  d.  Feb.,  $770.46,  arrears,  $53.07,  bonus,   $167.69 2,608   22 

Electric  light,  $16.80  ;    postage  and  p.  o.  box,  $193  ;    rent  of  telephone,  to  Dec.   31, 

1920,  $69;    office  expenses,  11.61 290  41 

Saskatoon  Land  Office — Bureau  des   terres  a  Saskatoon. 

Chief  land  agent,  M.  A.  Maclnnes,  12  m.,  $2,520,  arrears,   $400,  bonus,   $240 3.160   00 

Principal  clerk,  L.  C.  Patterson,  12  m.,  $1,920,  arrears,  $358.38,  bonus,  $252; 
senior  clerk -bookkeepers :  J.  T.  Moxon,  April  1  to  July  2,  at  $1,440,  $367.74, 
arrears,  $121.69,  bonus,  $26.05  ;  W.  J.  Spencer,  6  m.  at  $1,200,  4  ra.  at  $1,260, 
2  m.  at  $1,380,  $1,250,  bonus,  $392;  senior  clerk,  R.  L.  Kennedy,  12  m.,  $1,440, 

arrears,    $180,    bonus,    $348 6,655   86 

Staff:  R.  C.  Barker,  Oct.  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  $433.55;  bonus,  $100.26;  Miss  M.  O. 
Blgelow,  Oct.  7  to  Mar.  31  at  $780,  $377.42,  bonus,  $72.58  ;  H.  R.  Cooke,  12  m., 
$960,  bonus,  $420;  H.  J.  Digney,  April  19  to  June  30,  $180.  bonus,  $50.40;  T.  E. 
Glass,  April  1  to  May  8  at  $30,  Aug.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $40,  $357.75  ;  F.  L.  Godfrey, 
May  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  less  26  d.,  Oct.,  $805.16,  bonus,  $352.25;  Miss  G.  M. 
Hepburn,  6  m.  to  Sept.  30  (transferred  to  Lethbridge),  $450,  bonus,  $126;  H. 
A.  Jukes,  12  m.,  $1,800,  bonus,  $368  ;  A.  J.  Lenzie,  3  m.  at  $1,000.  9  m.  at  $1,020, 
$1,014.99.  bonus.  $420  ;  H.  MacDougall.  April  1  to  Sept.  10  at  $900,  $400,  bonus, 
$112  ;  J.  D.  McMillan,  12  m.,  $1,000.  bonus,  $420  ;  J.  Moore,  Dec.  7  to  Mar.  31  at 
$900,  $285.48,  bonus,  $133.22;  Miss  R.  E.  Peters,  April  1  to  July  7  at  $65, 
$209.68,  bonus,  $40.32  ;  R.  J.  Reid,  12  m.  at  $900,  less  11  d.,  Oct..  $873.39.  bonus, 
$244.55  ;  A.  E.  St  Laurent,  12  m.,  $900,  bonus,  $420  ;  W.  Shakespeare,  4  m.  to 
Mar.  31,  $300,  bonus,  $140;  A.  H.  Simnrwns,  4  m.  at  $1,000  (transferred  to 
Ottawa).  $333.32,  bonus.  $140;  G.  R.  Smith,  May  10  to  July  31  at  $30.  $81.30; 
J.  Soucy,  12  m.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $80,  bonus,  $420;  Miss  M.  Thaine,  12  m., 
.$900,  bonus,  $252;  Miss  L.  J.  Weidman,  12  m.,  $780,  bonus.  $252;  Miss  P.  M. 
Winterton,  12  m.  at  $1,020,  less  4  d.  half-pay,  $1,014.52,  arrears,  $60,  bonus, 
$417.98 19,638   12 


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K--44 


AUDITOR  GESERALS  REPORT.  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Dominion   Lands:    Salaries   and    Contingencies— Continued  $         cts. 

Terres  federales:   Salaires   et   depense   casnelle — Suite 

Brouglit    forward    410,648   84 

t^askatoon   Land   Office — Concluded — Bureau    des    ten-es   a    Sa.sJcatoon — Fin 

Hepburn,    Miss    G.,    expenses    re    transfer    to    Letlibridge 40   00 

Thorburn,  G.,  expenses  while  relieving    41    OS 

Electric  light,   f  171.99  ;   express  and  cartage,   $10.20;    electric  supplies,  lamps,   etc., 

$36.72 218   91 

Postage  and  p.o.  box,  $1,289.61;  inspection  of  typewriters,  $110.60;  laundry,  $33...  1,433  21 
Storing    awnings,    $6  ;    repairing    adding    machine    and    time    clock,    $16. .50 ;    office 

supplies,    etc.,    $34.65 57   15 

Telephone  rent   to   Aug.   31,    1921,    $63;    telegrams   and   telephones,    $147.78 210   78 

Stoift    Current   Land    Office — Bureau    des    terres    a    Swift -Current 

Chief  land  agent,  S.  Lee,  S  m.  at  $1,500,  4  m.  at  $2,400,  $l,8iJ0,  arrears.  $40  ;  ¥.  G. 

Forster,   arrears.   $300 2,140   00 

Principal  clerk,   R.   G.    MacKay,    12   m.,    $1,920,   arrears,    $200,   bonus,    $252  ;    senior 

clerk-bookkeeper,  W.  H.  Woodhall,  12  m.,  $1,440,  arrears,  $180,  bonus,  $348....  4,340   00 

Staff:  H.  Harrison,  3  m.  at  $1,200,  9  m.  at  $1,260,  $1,245,  bonus.  $396;  H.  Hartley. 
April  1  to  Aug.  21  at  $940,  $366.38,  arrears,  $61.69,  bonus,  $163.71  ;  W.  Lackie, 
12  m.  at  $1,080,  less  9  d.,  $1,053.87,  bonus,  $187.36  ;  Miss  R.  F.  Law.-son,  Mar.  29, 
1920  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  less  I  d.  Jan.,  $966.45,  bonus,  $221.70  ;  E.  McClena- 
ghan,  6  m.  at  $1,060,  6  m.  at  $1,080.  less  2  d.  Jan.,  $1,064.17.  bonus,  $417.74; 
Miss  A.  McCourt,  7  m.,  $455,  bonus,  $147  ;  Miss  E.  McDonald,  12  m.,  less  124  d., 
$984.92,  arrears,  $60,  bonus.  $216.69  ;  H.  McDonald,  12  m.  less  1  d.,  Jan.,  $897.58, 
bonus,  $418.87  ;  H.  R.  Milburn,  April  1  to  Oct.  20  at  $900,  $498.39,  bonus, 
$138.53;  P.  G.  Mugliston,  12  m.  less  1  d.  July,  $1,316.45.  bonus,  $371;  Miss  H. 
Samson,  July  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $960.  less  3  il.  Mar..  $665.81,  bonus.  $153.37; 
H.  Smith,  12  m.,  $900,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $420  ;  J.  L.  Stodders,  Nov.  8  to  Mar. 
31  at  $960,  less  7  d.,  $362.44.  bonus.  $83.81;  Miss  G.  Thody,  12  m.  at  $720,  less 
7J  d.  Aug.,  7  d.  Sept.,  $691.48,  bonus,  $242.02;  J.  Thorndycraft,  April  1  to  July 
15  at  $70,  $243.87,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $121.94  ;  T.  A.  Underwood,  Feb.  10  to 
Mar.  31  at  $75,  $125.89,  bonus,  $70;  H.  Wilkins,  12  m.  less  1  d.  July,  $897.58, 

bonus,     $251.30 16,998   01 

Lee,  S.,  travelling  expenses 37  05 

Underwood,    T.    A.,    expenses    re    transfer    from    Weyburn 10  80 

Binding  3  cash  books,   $32.83  ;   express  and  drayage,   $10.70 43   53 

Care  of  office,   Mrs.   Patterson,    12   m.   at    $30.   electric  light,   $112.15  ;    abstracts  of 

title,  $89 _ 561   15 

Postage  and  p.o.  box,  $1,359.31  ;   electric  repairs,  lamps,  etc.,   $16.45.  .  .  .'. 1,375   76 

Rent  of  telephone  to  Aug.   31.   1921,   $55.30;   telegrams  and   telephone,   $29.99 85   29 

Sundry  office  supplies  and  repairs 35   74 

Winnipeg  Land  Office — Bureau  des  terres  a  M'i7inipeg. 

Chief  land  agent.  L.  Rankin,  12  m.,   $2,520,  -arrears,   $300,  bonus,   $240 3,060   00 

Principal  clerk,  J.  G.  Webber,  12  m..  $2,160,  arrears,  $240,  boims,  $240  ;  senior 
clerk-bookkeeper,  W.  R.  Lowe,  12  m.,  $1,620,  arrears,  $60,  bonus.  $324  ;  senior 
clerks:  A.  C.  Douglas,  12  m.,  $1,620.  arrear.s.  $60,  bonus,  §324;  S.  Maslankie- 
wicz,  April  1  to  Jan.  17  at  $1,380,  less  half-pay  13  d.,  Dec,   $1,073.95.  arrears. 

$361.67,  bonus,  $132    S.215   62 

Staff:  R.  Breen,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  (superannuated),  $839.97,  bonus.  $315;  Miss  M. 
E.  A.  Brown,  12  m.,  $1,020.  arrears,  $60.  bonus,  $222;  Mrs.  M.  Bucke,  6  m. 
at  $1,200,  6  m.  at  $1,260,  $1,230,  bonus,  $396  ;  Miss  A.  M.  Christopher,  12  m.. 
$1,020,  arrears.  $60,  bonus,  $222  ;  R.  Cox,  4  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,000.  $333.36. 
bonus,  $140;  A.  A.  Goulet,  12  m.,  $1,200.  arrears,  $40,  bonus,  $396;  F.  Guy,  12 
m.,  $1,140,  arrears.  $80,  bonus.  $420;  J.  Lyle.  12  m..  $1,200,  arrears,  $40,  bonus, 
$396;  J.  Patterson.  12  m..  $900,  bonus,  $252;  Miss  M.  L.  Ryan,  12  m.,  $1,02(». 
arrears,    $60,    bonus,    $222;    Mrs.    M.    M.    Sn>art,    12    m.,    $1,080,    arrears,    $120, 

bonus,  $420  ;  Geo.  Story,  12  m.,  $1,000,  bonus,   $420 16,264   33 

Multigraphing  3,900  copies  of  letters,   $30.30,   cooler,   $12.38 42   68 

Postage  and  p.  o.  hox,  $914.83  ;  telegrams  and  long  distance  'phones,  $33.52 961.35 

Rent  of  telephone,  12  m.,  $75  ;  office  supplies,  repairs,  etc.,  $33.23 108  23 

Typewriters  repaired  and  supplies,  $65.60;  water  and  ice  for  office,   $93.38 158   98 

Winnipeg  Timber  Office — Bureau  des  bois  a  Winnipeg 

Crown  timber  agent,  A.   F.  Crowe,   12   m.,  $2,040,  arrears,   $120.   bonus,   $240 2,400   00 

Senior  clerk,  John  Tod.  12  m.,  $1,560.  arrears,  $50.  bonus,   $324  ;  clerk-bookkeeper, 

D.   Y.   Matheson,   12   m..   $1,320,  arrears.   $60,   bonus.   $372 3,686   Oc 

Carried   forward    , 4.S2,164   Su 


INTERIOR   DKI'ARTMENT:  EXI'ENDITV RE  K    -45 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion  Lands:    Salaries   and    Contingencies— Continued  $         nts. 

Torres   federales:    Salaires    et    depense    casuelle — Suite 

Brought    forward    4s:j.I  i;  I    50 

Winnipcfj   Timber  Office — Concluded — liarcau  dea   bois   a   Winnipeg — Fin 

Stjiff :  Jas.  Cheyne.  April  1  to  Oct.  M  at  $1,250,  les.s  *  pay  July  1  to  Sept.  29,  full 
pay  2  d.  June,  1  d.  Sept.,  $564.46,  arrears,  $10,  bonus,  $181.50;  R.  E.  Hanson, 
.\ug.  11  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  $614.19,  bonus,  $142.03;  C.  L.  Menu,  6  m.  to  Sept. 
30,  $630,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $198;  Miss  V.  Patterson,  12  m.,  $1,020,  arrears, 
$60,  bonus,  $222  ;  F.  W.  Scrimes,  Aug.  10  to  Oct.  16  at  $80,  $178.06,  bonus, 
H1.78  ;  "W-  A.  Shute,  June  1  to  Aug.  14  at  $80,  $196.13  ;  ]VUss  E.  Wright,  12  m.. 

$1,080,    arrears,    $120,    bonus.    $192 .".,510   15 

Patterson,   Miss  Violet,  expenses  re  transfer  from  Dauphin 86  32 

Postage,  $409.36  ;  telegrams  and  long  distance  'phones,  $19.31 428   67 

Telephone  rent,   9  m.,   $56.25;  office  expense,   $8.52;  water  and  ice,   $9.32 74   09 

Sub-agen  ts — So  us-agents 

Alsask,  Sask. :   S.  E.  Splcer,  April  1  to  Jan.   15,  $474.19;   postage,  etc.,  $17.36 491   55 

Assiniboia,  Sask.  :   C.  J.  L,ee,   12  m.,  $600  ;  postage,  etc.,  $23.74 623   74 

Athabaska  Landing,  Alta. :   Miss  G.  Rennison,    12   m.,   $780;   postage,  etc.,    $36.37..  816  37 

Canwood,  Sask.:  A.   G.   H.  Mast,  Aug.   12   to  Mar.    31,   $382.26;   postage,  etc.,   $3.28  385   54 

Donnelly  Siding,  Alta. :   O.  Asselin,  Jan.  11-26    (resigned) 30   97 

Durlingville,  Alta.:   A.  W.   Carlson,   4  m.,   $200;  G.   E.  Dodds,   Sept.   23   to  Mar.    31, 

$313.33  ;    postage,   etc.,    $13.30 526  63 

lildson.,  Alta.  :  F.   C.   Glover,    12   m.,   $600  ;   postage,   $16.67 616   67 

Empress,  Alta.:   J.  Cusack,    12  m.,   $600;   postage,  etc.,   $50.75 650  75 

Entwistle,   Alta.:   \V.    Jackson,    12    m.,    $4S0  ;    postage,    etc.,    $11.50 491   50 

Port  MoMurray,  Alta.:   C.  Potts   (acting),  12  m.,   $500;  postage,  etc.,  $3.68 503   68 

Fort  St.  Jean,  B.C.:   R.  J.  Shidler,   3   m.   to  June  30    (resigned),  $75;  J.  O.  Barber, 

July   27    to   Mar.    31,    $204.03 279   03 

Fort  Simpson,    N.W.T. :  T.  W.   Harris,   12   m.   to   Mar.    31 300   00 

Fort  Smith,  Alta. :   G.  Card,   12  m.   to   Mar.    31 300   00 

Fort   Vermilion,   Alta.:  S.   Leggo,   6   m.   to  June   30,   $150;   H.   M.   Edgecombe,    2   m. 

to    Mar.     31.     $50 200   00 

Frog  Lake,   Alta.:  J.    McGowan,    9   m.    to  Dec.    31    (office  closed),    $225;    postage, 

etc.,    $6.04 231    04 

ilolden,   B.C.:   W.   Wenhani.   April    1    to   Dec.    15    (office  closed),    $424.19;    postage, 

etc.,     $5.64 429   83 

<:Jrouard,  Alta.:  H.  H.  Reynolds,   12   m.,   $720;   postage,   etc.,   $19.91 739  91 

Hanna,  Sask.:  J.  C.  Trenanian,  April  1    to  Dec.  15   (office  closed),  $424.19;  postage, 

etc.,    $15.88 440    07 

Kindersley,   Sa.sk.:   G.   G.   Blackstock,   April    1    to   Oct.    15    (office   closed),    $486.29; 

postage,    etc.,    $13.16 499   45 

I.K1C  la  Biche.  Alta. :   I'.  D.  Hamel,  2  m.  to  Mar.  31 50  00 

Lloydminster,  Sask.  :  W.  H.  Holland,  12  m.,  $840  ;  postage,  etc.,  $37.47 877   47 

Maple  Creek,   Sask.:  C.   H.   Stockdale,   12  m.,   $900;   postage,   etc.,   $22.01 922   01 

Meadow  Lake,   Sask.:   J.  T.   McCordie,   12  m.,   $480;  postage,  etc.,   $19.55 499   55 

Medicine   Hat,   Alta.:   A.   Robinson,    12   m.,    $900;    postage,    etc..    $39.40 939   40 

Melfort,    Sask.:  J.   W.    Young,    12    m.,    $900;    postage,    etc.,    $19.70 919   70 

Mo.=!side,    Alta.:  J.    M.    Whitaker,    9    m.    to    Dec.    31    (office    closed),    $225;    postage, 

etc.,    $5.96 230   96 

North  Battleford,  Sask.:  J.  Deane,   12  m.,   $600;   postage,   etc.,   $27.10 627   10 

I'ine  Creek,  Alta.:   S.  McDonald,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31   (office  closed),  $450;  postage,  etc., 

$8.14 458   14 

ronteix,  Sask.:  W.  Giroux,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31   (resigned),  $325:  postage,  etc.,  $19.41..  344   41 

I'ouce  Coup6,  B.C. :  T.  Jamieson,  1  2  m.,  $720  ;  postage,  etc.,  $19.27 739   27 

I  Teecevllle.   Sask.:   D.  MeMurphy,   12  m.,   $720;   postage,  etc.,   $18.33 73S   33 

Irovost,  Alta.:  N.  Agar,   12   m,,   $540;    postage,   etc.,   $25.24 565   24 

Red   Deer,  Alta.:  R.   C.   P.   Gee,   5    m.   to  Aug.    31    (resigned),    $375;   C.  Row,    7   m. 

to  Mar.   31,   $525  ;   postage,   etc.,    $20.82 920   82 

Uocky  Mountain  House,  Alta.:  R.  T.  Hankin.son,  12  m.,  $600;  postage,  etc.,  $17.26.  .  617   2t; 

St.  Lina,  Alta.:  J.  R.  Daplante,  6  m.  at  $300,  6  m.  at  $480,  $390;  postage,  etc.,  $12.11  402   11 
St.   Paul   de  Metis,   Alta.:   B.   Raclcot,   April   1   to  Feb.    17    (office   closed),    $636.43: 

postage,    etc.,    $12.24 648   67 

Salmon  Arm,  B.C.  :  J.  E.  Lacey,   12   m.   to  Mar.   31 600   00 

Shaunavons  Sa.sk.:  R.  J.  Campbell,  April   1    to  June   23    (office  closed) 138   33 

Spirit  River,    Alta.:  J.  M.  Fildes,   12   m.,   $600;   postage,   etc.,    $31.50 631   50 

Stettler,   Alta.:  "W.    B.    Gray,    12   m.,   $900:    postage,    etc.,    $18.59 918   59 

Tisdale,   Sask.:  W.   Buxton,    12   m.,   $900;   postage,   etc.,   $50.11 950   11 

Turtleford,  Sask.:  D.   Hughes,   April   1   to  Aug.    3    (resigned),   $204.84;   A.   C.   Reed, 

.Tan.   20   to  Mar.   31,   $119.35;   postage,   etc.,   $7.74 331    9Z 

Carried   forward    510,891    36 


AUDITOR  GEXERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion   Lands:    Salaries   and    Contingencies — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres  federales:   Salaires   et   depense   casuelle — Suite 


510,891 

36 

574 

59 

809 

61 

456 

74 

352 

24 

609 

68 

524 

70 

295 

52 

428 

18 

309 

46 

493 

70 

620 

39 

Brought   forward    

Sub-agents — Concluded — Sous-agents — Fin 

Vermilion,  Alta. :  "W.  E.  Sutton,  June  15  to  Mar.  31,  $572;  postage,  etc.,  $2.59 

"Wadena.  Sask. :  Miss  M.  Langstaff,  12  m.,  $780;  postage,  etc.,  $29.61 

Wainwright,  Alta.:  H.  W.  McLeod,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31    (office  closed),  $450;  postage, 

etc.,    $6.74 

Westlock,  Alta.:  B.  C.  Alton,  2  m.  to  May  31   (resigned),  $80;  W.  J.  Wood,  Sept. 

18    to   Mar.   31,    $257.33 ;    postage,    etc.,    $14.91 

Wetaskiwin,   Alta. :   H.   E.   Todd.    12   m.,    $600 ;   postage,   etc.,    $9.68 

"Weyburn,  Sask.:  T.  Underwood.  April  1  to  Oct.  16  (office  closed).  $488.71;  postage, 

"etc.,    $35.99 

Whitecourt,  Alta.:  J.  Torgeron,  April  15  to  Mar.  31,  $288.33;  postage,  etc.,  $7.19. 
Whitford,    Alta.:    W.    S.    Hughson.    April    1    to    Dec.    15     (office    closed),     $424.19; 

postage,    etc.,    $3.99 

Yeoford,   Alta. :   M.   Wenham.   12   m..    $300 ;   postage,    etc.,    $9.46 

Yorkton.   Sask.:  .J.  A.  Duncan,  April  1  to  Oct.  15    (office  closed),  $486.29;  postage, 

etc.,   $7.41 

Youngstown,  Alta.:  Miss  M.  Rayment,  12  m.,  $600;  postage,  etc..  $20.39 

Inspection — Inspection 

Superintendent   of  Dominion   Land   Agencies,   Winnipeg — 

Cuttle.   H.   G..   supt.   of  western   land    agencies:   12   m.,    $3,660;   arrears,    $140; 

bonus,    $240  ;    travelling   expenses,    $970.92 5,010   92 

Bronsdon,    T.,    asst.    land    agency    inspector:    12    m.,    $2,040;    arrears,    $120; 

bonus,    $240;    travelling   expenses.    $907.65 ? 3,307   65 

Henderson,  J.  H.,  junior  accountant:  12  m.,  $2,040;  arrears,   $120;  travelling 

expenses,    $2,183.61;    t>-ping    reports,    $27.75 4,37136 

Morrison,  Mrs.  E.  T.,  clerk:  12  m.,   $1,020;   arrears,   $60;  bonus,   $420 1,500  00 

Nash,   Miss  F.    G..   clerk-stenographer:    4   m.   to  July   31,    $320    (to   Dauphin)  ; 

arrears,    $180  ;    bonus,    $74  ;    travelling    expenses,    $13.45 587  45 

Fairbairn,  Miss  G.  A.,   expenses  to  Dauphin 1135 

Thorburn.    Miss    G..    travelling   expenses 392  57 

Electric    light,    $11.69;    postage,    $102.39;    small    office    expenses,    $7 121  08 

Rent  of  telephone,  12  m.,  $63  ;  long  distance  messages  and  extra  names,  $7.20.  70   20 

Telegrams.    $125.15;    typewriter    repairs,    $18.25;    witness    fees,    $241.20 384   60 

Inspector   of   Dominion   Land   Agencies.    Calgary — 

Martin.    J.   'W.,   land   agency   inspector:    12    m.,    $3,000;    arrears,    $280;    bonus, 

$240;   travelling  expenses,   $1,742.74;   board   and   room.    $950.85 6.213   59 

Mahoney,  Mrs.  F.  B.,  clerk  stenographer:  12  m..  $1,020;  arrears.  $60;  bonus, 

$420  ;   expenses  to  Edmonton  and  return,   $37.20 1,537  20 

Care    of    office,    $62 ;    laundry    and    cleaning    rugs,    $24 86   00 

Postage    and    p.o.    box,    $43.50 ;    electric    light,    $11.19  ;    electric    repairs,    etc., 

$10.50 65  19 

Rent  of  telephone,   15  m.  to  Mar.   31,  1921.   $99.50;  rent  of  tj-pewriter,   $32.50.  132   00 

Telegrams   and    long   distance    messages,    $68.49 ;    painting    office,    burlap,    etc., 

$12 '.     80  49 

Inspector  of  Agencies,  Moosomin — 

Neff,  Oliver,  land  agency  inspector,  12  m.,  $2,760  ;  arrears,  $240  ;  bonus,  $240  ; 

travelling  expenses,  $1,621.08 - 

Lang,   Miss  E.   Y..   junior   clerk  stenographer,    12   m.    less   2    d.,    Oct.,    $775.81  ; 

$409.17 

Spooner,   Miss  M.,   junior  clerk  stenographer,   Dec.   11-31 

Care    of   office,    12    m.,    $72;    gas    light,    $5.43;    express,    $10.65 

Postage    and   p.o.    box.    $60 ;    office    supplies,    $3.50 

Rent  of  telephone,  18  m.  to  Aug.  31.  1921,  $70.50  ;  telegrams  and  telephones, 

$23.21  ;   witness   fee  re   investigation,    $66.95 160   66 

Chief  Timber  Inspection  Agencies,  Winnipeg — 

Stephenson,  E.  P.,  chief  timber  inspector,   12  m.,  $3,780  ;  arrears,   $260  ;  bonus. 

$240  ;   travelling  expenses,   $708.36 4.988  36 

Clarke,   H.   W..   junior   accountant.    12   m.,    $2,040;   arrears,    $70;   bonus,    $240; 

travelling  expenses,   $1,569.34 3,919  34 

Carr.    Miss    E.    M.,    clerk-stenographer,    12    m.,    $1,080 ;    arrears,    $120 ;    bonus, 

$192 1,392  00 

Postage,  $25  ;  rent  of  telephone,  12  m.,  $72 97  00 

Telegrams    and    telephones.    $12.88;    subscription    to   Waghom's    Guide.    $2....  14   88 

Inspector  of  Dominion  Land  Agency,  Red  Deer — 

Bannerman,    J.    A.,    assistant    land    agent    inspector.    12    m.,    $2,160;    arrears, 

$340 ;    bonus,     $240 ;    travelling    expenses,     $3,069.10 ;    team    and    driver, 

126i    d.,    $1,070.50 6,879   60 


I 


4,861 

08 

1,184 

98 

44 

03 

88 

08 

63 

50 

Carried  forward    563,931   33 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K — 47 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion   Lands:    Salaries   and   Contingencies — Continued  %         cts. 

Terres  federales:   Salaires   et   depense   casuello — Suite 

Brought  forward 563,931   33 

Inspection — Concluded — Inspection — Fin 

Ranch  Inspectors,   Moosejaw — 

Bowyer,  H.  L.,  appraiser  of  grazing  lands,  12  m.,  |1,680  ;  arrears,  ?120;  bonus, 
$300;  travelling  expenses,  $1,279.30;  team  and  driver,  44  d.,  $352;  hire 
of   motor   boat,    7J    d.,    $134;    guide,    $25;    provisions    and    feed    for   trip, 

$58.32 3,948   62 

Lydiard,  G.  H.,  appraiser  of  grazing  lands,  12  m.,  $1,620;  arrears,  $60;  bonus, 

$324;    travelling   expenses,    $777.55;    use    of   auto,    11,952    miles,    $1,792.80.  4,574   3E 

Hewitt,   Miss  J.,  cleik-stenographer,   4  m.   to  July  31,   $260;  bonus,    $84 344   00 

MacPhee,   Miss   M.,    clerk-stenographer,    Aug.    9    to   Mar.    31   at    $80,    $619.35 ; 

bonus,   $143.22 762   57 

Postage,    $37.28;   inspection  of  typewriter  and  supplies,   $8.60 45   88 

Rent  of  telephone,   12  m.  to  Aug.  31,  1921,  $48  ;  office  table,  $9.50 57   50 

Ranch  Inspector  Office,   Calgary — 

Cloakey,  Geo.  H.,  appraiser  of  grazing  lands,  12  m.,  $1,800 ;  bonus,  $276  ; 
travelling  expenses,   $884.90;  auto  hire  at  25c.  per  mile,  $565.50;  livery,  10 

d.,    $100;   use  of   auto    (15c.    p.   m.),   $2,139.15 5,765  55 

Hawkey,  Miss  D.  L.,  clerk-stenographer,  April  1  to  Feb.  18  at  $1,020,  $904.64  ; 

arrears,    $60  ;    bonus,    $222 1,186  64 

Cloakey,  Geo.  H.  Jr.,  clerk,  Dec.  7  to  Mar.  31,  at  $900,  less  1  d 282  80 

Care  of  office,  $60;  postage,  $49;  telephone  rent,  12  m.,  $63;  laundry  (towels), 

$6  ;    cleaning    typewriter,    $2 180  00 

Ranch  Inspector,  Prince  Albert — 

Sinclair,  J.  E.,  appraiser  of  grazing  lands,  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,   $125;  bonus, 
$324;    travelling    expenses,    $820.70;    team    and    driver,    117    d.,    $893.50;    auto 

livery,    $40.25;    provisions    and    feed    for    trip,    $58.10 3,821   55 

Mining  Recorder  and  Sub-agent,   Le  Pas — 

McLellan,  W.   B.,  senior  clerk:   12  m.,   $1,380;    arrears,   $120;   bonus,    $372....  1,872   00 

Neale,   Miss  V.  C,  junior  clerk-stenographer:    12  m.,   $780;   bonus,   $252 1,032   00 

Coan,    Miss    E.    M.,    junior    clerk-stenographer:    July    20    to    Aug.    31,    $69.35; 

bonus,    $17.34 86   69 

Neale,  Miss  H.  M.,  junior  clerk-stenographer,   Feb.    21   to  Mar.    31 83  58 

Care    of  office,    $110;    electric   light,    $14.25;    postage    and    p.  o.    box,    $75....  199  25 

Postage   and  commission    re  sub-agency 19   12 

Telephone  rent,    12   m.   to  April  15,   1921,   $36;  small  items,   $8.10 44   10 

Petroleum   and   Mining  Lands   Office,   Calgary — 

Slipper,  S.  E.,  petroleum  engineer:  6  m.  at  $2,880,  6  m.  at  $3,060,  $2,970; 
arrears,  $108.38;  bonus,  $276.13;  travelling  expenses,  $1,996.25;  hire  of 
gasoline  launch,  3  d.,  $60;  gasoline,  2122  gal.,  $122.97;  garage  expenses, 
$241.70;  storage,  Nov.  and  Dec,  .?24.20 ;  2  traction  covers  and  3  tubes. 
$30.32;  customs  duty,  $60.99;  material,  packing,  shipping,  freight,  etc., 
on   fittings  and  equipment,   $59.46;    6   films,   $15.80;   small    items,    $25.43..  5,991   63 

Dingman.  C.  W.,  asst.  to  petroleum  engineer:  Sept.  18  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100, 
$1,125.83;  bonus,  $128.67;  travelling  expenses,  $309.30;  customs  duty  and 
freight,    $17.55;    gasoline,   repairs,    etc.,    $162.35;    films,    prints,    etc.,    $5.77.  1,749   47 

Kay,    Miss   E.   G.,   clerk-stenographer:   June   15  to    Mar.    31,    at   $960,    $762.67; 

bonus,   $176.37 939   04 

Mcintosh,  J.  W.,  mining  lands  inspector:  12  m.,  $2,400;  bonus,  $240;  travelling 

expenses,    $836.20 3,476   20 

Finnie,  O.  S.,  mining  lands  inspector:  garage  expenses  and  storage,  $61.10;  2 
traction  cord  covers  and  tubes,  $89.92;  express,  $16.63;  films,  19  rolls, 
$10.45;    waterproof   clothing,    $13.85;   sleeping  outfit,    $88.74;    small    items, 

$14.16 294   85 

Ross,  C.  C,  senior  mining  inspector:  12  m.,  $2,760.  arrears,  $540;  bonus, 
$240;  expenses  from  Moosejaw  to  Ottawa  and  return,  $220.81;  sundry 
travel.  $406.97  :  auto  license,  $25  :  1  pr.  boots,  $18.18  ;  340i  gal.  gasoline, 
$204.50;   garage  expenses,   $187.94;   storage,    11   m.,    $101;   2   traction  cord 

covers  and   tubes,    $87.70 4,792   10 

Care  of  office,    $138;    express   and    cartage,    $10.34;    postage,    $28.40 176   74 

Rent  of  telephone,  10  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1921,  $60;  moving  phone,  and  installing 

2    extensions,     $11.95 71   95 

Telegrams   and    long   distance,    $25.45;    office    expense    and    repairs,    $25.44 50  89 

Homestead  Appraisers — Evalnateurs  des  homesteads 

Anderson,  D.,  Battleford :  12  m.,  $1,560:  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $864.30  ;  use  of  motor  car,  $967.95  ;  pasture  for  team,  5J  m.,  $49.50  ; 
stabling  at  headquarters,   $166.30 4,132  05 

Carried   forward    609,912   45 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 


Dominion   Lands:   Salaries   and   Contingencies — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres  federales:    Salaires    et    depense    casnelle — Suite 

Brought    forward    (;(t;t.!U2   45 

Homestead  Appraisers — Continued — Evaluateurs  des  Jiomesteads — Suite 

Arnold,  F.  G..  Moosejaw:  3  m.  to  CVIar.  31,  $435;  arrears,  $11.67;  travelling- 
expenses,    $366.93;    printing    circulars,    $6.10 819   70 

Balfour,  J.  A.,  Saskatoon:  12  m.,  $1,680;  arrears,  $120;  bonus,  $300;  keep  of  team, 

$546  ;  shoeing  team,    $4  ;    travelling  expenses,   $1,364.10 4,014   10 

Barr,    C.    E.,    Moosejaw :    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears,    $200;    bonus,    $324;    travelling 

expenses,  $1,024.75  ;  use  of  motor  car,  $1,259.70 4,368   4.^ 

Benzie,    .T.    M.,    Kamloops:    12    m.,    $1,620;    arrears,    $360;    bonus,    $72;    travelling 

expenses,  $758  ;  use  of  motor  car,   $569.96 3,379   96 

Bigg,  F.  J.,  Swift  Current:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,337.55;  hire  of  horse  (own)  at  $3.50,  $66.50;  camera,  $25;  24 
films,  developing  same,  etc.,  $24.80  ;  3  pr.  blankets,  canvas,  sheet  and  clothing, 
$75.75  ;   mosquito  bar  and   2   thermometers,   $8.25  ;   printing   300   noticee,    $5.75.  3,627   60 

Burgess,  D.  L.,  Prince  Albert:  April  1  to  May  21,  $167.74;  bonus,  $55.35;  travelling 

expenses,    $23.25     246   34 

Cook,    Henry.    Revelstoke :    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears,    $300;    bonus,    $324;    travelling 

expenses,    $668.41 2.852   41 

Cowell,  W.  C,  Kamloops:    (salary  shown  under  Kamloops  Land   Office),  travelling 

expenses    278   70 

Cunningham,  T.  J.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,680;  arrears,  $120;  bonus,  $300;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,305.05;  bugg>-,  $173:  freight  and  storage.  $10.15;  1  pr.  blankets. 
$14;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  171.70;  clipping  team  and  veterinary  services, 
$10  ;   stabling   at  headquarters.    $437.25 4,121    15 

De    Balinhard,    J.    C,     Yorkton :     12     m.,     $1,620;     arrears.     $260;     bonus,     $324; 

travelling  expenses.   $964.10  ;  use  of  motor  car,   $684.45 3,852,  55 

Dickin,    Geo.,    Weyburn :    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears,    $200;    bonus,    $324:    travelling 

expenses,  $1,516.44  ;  rent  of  ofllce,  $1  per  d.,  $59  ;  postage  and  telegrams,  $28.21.  3,687   65 

Doze,    I.    S.,    Edmonton:    12    m.,    $1,620;    arrears,    $260;    bonus,    $324;    travelling, 
expenses,    $1,045.35  ;    jumper,    $69  ;    keep    and    care   of  sick   horse,    $20  ;    horse- 
shoeing,  repairs,   t-tc,    $39.65  ;    harness   supplies,  etc.,    $9.95  ;    stabling   at  head- 
quarters,   $151.25;    team   of   horses,   $275;    use   of   motor   car,   $17.25 3.831   45 

Erratt,   W.    H.,    Moosejaw :    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears,    $200;    bonus,    $324;    travelling 

expenses,  $677.45  :  hire  of  team,  $171.25  ;  use  of  motor  car,  $1,482.45 4,415   15 

Fleming.  G.  W..  Calgary:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,585.45  :  hire  of  horse,  24  d.,  $36  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $77  ; 
harness  repairs,   etc.,    $6.90;   keep  of  lame  horse,   $28;   storage  on   cutter,    $12.  3.829   35 

Fletcher,  J.,  Grande  Prairie:  April  1  to  June  23,  $299.71;  bonus,  $91.30;  travelling 

expenses,    $36;   hire   of  horse,    18    d.,    $36:   stabling   at   headquarters,    $126....  589   01 

Furnis,    J.,   Swift  Current:    12   m.,    $1,620;    arrears,    $360;   bonus,    $324;    travelling 

expenses,    $377.40:    use    of    motor    car.    $885.90 3,567   30 

Gillespie,  W.  D.,  Winnipeg:  12  m..  $1,620;  arrears,  $360;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,055.89  ;  harness  repairs  and  freight  on  buggy,  $6 ;  horseshoeing 
and    repairs,    $31.90;    livery    hire.    $296.50;    stabling   at    headquarters.    $530.30.  4.224    59 

Grasse.  P.  L.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,620;  arrears.  $260;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,267.55  :  1  pr.  horse  blankets  and  lap  rug,  $15.75  ;  express  on 
buggy  and  cutter.  $12.85  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $70.50  ;  medicine  and 
veterinary,  $7.35;  repairing  harness,  $8.40;  stabling  at  headquarters,   $468.15.  4.054   55 

(iriffin.  A.  H.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  expenses  re 
trip  to  Athabasca,  $183.35  ;  travelling  expenses.  $1,207.75  ;  horseshoeing  and 
repairs,  $56.50  ;  harness  repairs  and  freight  on  buggy,  $11  ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets 
and    fur   robe.    $50;    medicine   for   horse,    $6;    stabling    at    headquarters,    $668.  4,266   SO 

Hagen,  S.  C,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,620;  arrears,  $260;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses.  $761.75;  buggj'  pole,  $14.50;  1  set  harness  and  collars,  $75;  1  pr. 
horse  blankets,  $14  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $38.65  ;  stabling  at  headquarters, 
$514;    use   of    motor    car,    $110.25;    veterinary    services    and    medicine,    $24.75.  3,756   90 

Hamilton,    A.,    Moosejaw :    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears,    $300;    bonus,    $324;    travelling 

expenses,    $2,491.50 4,675   50 

Henke.   A.   E.,   Saskatoon:    12   m..    $1,560;    arrears.    $200;    bonus,    $324;    travelling 

expenses,    $829.95;    livery   hire,    35    d.,    $280;    use   of   motor   car,    $659.55 3.853   50 

Hober,    E.    J.,    Moosejaw:    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears.    $200:    bonus,    $324;    travelling 

expenses,    $699.40:    livery  hire,    $186;   use  of  motor   car,    $1,423.50 4.392   90 

Home.  J.  A.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears.  $300;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,755.25;  buggy,  $175;  freight  on  buggy,  $14.55;  horseshoeing,  $40; 
repairs  to  outfit  $27.95 4.196  75 

Hunt.  Robt.,  Dauphin:  12  m.,  $1,620 :  arrears,  $260;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,537.20:  harness  supplies,  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $32.05;  stabling 
at    headquarters,    $160.75  ;    watching    lumber,    10    d.,    $20 3,944   00 


Carried   forward    694,758   81 


lyTERIOn  DErAR'/yfEXT:  EXPENDITURE  R — 49 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Dominion   Liands:    Salaries   and   Contingencies — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres   federales:    Salaires    et    depense    casuelle — Suite 

Brouglit  forward 694,758   81 

•  Homestead  Appraisers — Continued — Evaluateu7-s  den  homesteads — Suite 

Huntley,   J.   R.,    Lethbridge :    April    1    to    Aug.    6,    $524.19;   arrears,    $157.50;   bonus, 

$121.61;   travelling  expensee,   $278.50;    use   of   motor   car,    $423.60 1,505   40 

Ket«br>',  R.  A.,  Calgary:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,161.25  ;  cartage  on  cutter,  $6  ;  hire  of  team,  77  d.,  $580.50  ;  use 
of  motor  car,    $818.70 4,650   45 

Key.    A.   E.,    Peace    River:    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears,    $200;    bonus,   1324;    travelling 

expenses,  $768.50 ,•. 2,852  50 

Lagimodi^re,  Wm.,  Winnipeg:  12  m.,  $1,680;  arrears,  $120;  bonus,  $300;  travelling 
expenses.  $1,262.95  ;  clii<ping  team,  $8  ;  horseshoeing,  $33. lO  ;  interpreter,  4  d., 
$12  ;  stabling  at   headquarters,    $596.25 4,012   30 

Leach,  N.  F.,  Battleford :  3  m.  at  $1,500.  9  m.  at  $1,560,  $1,545;  arrears,  $254.84; 
bonus.  $79.50  ;  travelling  expenses,  $890.08  ;  livery  hire,  $381  ;  use  of  motor 
car,    $644.70     3,795   12 

Lepine.    L.,    Winnipeg:     12    m.,    $1,620;     arrears,    $360;    bonus,    $324;     travelling 

expenses,   $1,364.42 3,668   42 

McConnachie,  A.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $832.45  ;  horseshoeing  and  harness  repairs,  $41  ;  stabling  at  head- 
quarters,   $384.50 3,341   95 

MoCowan.  H.  S..  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,500;  arrears,  $300;  bonus,  $348;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,116.25  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $52.35  ;  horse  blankets,  halter, 
etc.,    $20  ;    stabling   at   headquarters,    $209 3,545   60 

McDonald.    J.    A.,    Swift    Current:    12    m.,    $1,560;    arrears.    $200;    bonus,     $324; 

travelling  expenses,   $655.34  ;   use  of  motor  car,   $1,444.50 4,183   84 

McGowan,  G.,  Winnipeg:  12  m.,  $1,620;  arrears,  $260;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,316.20;  harness  repairs,  $6.90;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $66; 
cutter,  $118;  robe,  $35;  freight  on  cutter,  $5.25;  stabling  at  headquarters, 
$290.75  :    veterinary    and    medicine,    $19.75 4,061   85 

McT.,aren.   P..  Swift  Current:    12  m.,   $1,560:  arrears,   $200;   bonus,   $324;   travelling 

expenses,    $619.29  ;    use   of   motor  car,    $1,233.75 3,937   04 

MoMullen,  J.  E.,  Peace  River:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $72;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,072.95  ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets,  $16  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs, 
$34.75  ;  stabling  at  headquarters,   $358.68 3,314   38 

Mabb.  H.  L.,  Winnipeg:  April  1  to  June  13,  $243.33;  bonus,  $79.20;  travelling 
expenses,  $49.55;  freight  on  buggy,  $19.65;  horseshoeing,  $5.25;  stabling  at 
headquarters,   $45    441    gg 

Mabb,  H.  W.,  Winnipeg:  Oct.  11  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,500,  $709.68;  bonus,  $123.65; 
travelling  expenses,  $406;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $18.25;  keep  and  care  of 
H.  L.  Mabb's  team  from  July  13  to  Oct.  15,  $151.80;  stabling  at  headquarters, 
$76.50    1,485   88 

Magee,  W.  D.,  New  Westminster   (salary  under  Land  Office),  travel 262  95 

Martin,  T.  C,  Dauphin:  12  m.,  $1,620;  arrears,  $360;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,151.90;  horseshoeing,  $6;  stabling  at  headquarters,  $60;  use  of 
motor  car,  $1,266.35    4,788   25 

Mayberry,  W.  J..  Lethbridge:  12  m.,  $1,500;  arrears,  $300;  bonus,  $348;  travelling 

expenses,  $569.90  :   use  of  motor  car,   $1,066.35 3,784   25 

Morrison,  W.  J.,  Prince  Albert:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324; 
travelling  expenses,  $955.32  ;  harness  repairs  and  supplies,  $16.05  ;  1  pr.  horse 
blankets,    $15;    feed    and    care    of    ex-Timber    Inspector    Brown's    horse,    Nov. 

1  to  Feb.    22,    $97.75  ;    freight  on   horse   and   cutter,    $13.75  ;    horseshoeing   and 

repairs,   $54.90;  stabling  at  headquarters,   $564.60;   veterinary  services,   $10...  3,811   37 

Mosses,  A.  E.,  Saskatoon:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $300;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,267.05;  horseshoeing,  $67.20;  interpreter,  10  d.,  $30;  stabling  at 
headquarters.    $325.60  ;    use    of    motor    car,    $31.50 ;    veterinary    services    and 

medicine.    $15.75    3,921    10 

Newton,  T.  M.,  Grande  Prairie:  9  m.  at  $1,500,  3  m.  at  $1,560,  $1,515;  arrears, 
$300;  bonus,  $342;  travelling  expenses,  $594.05;  cutter,  $150;  feed  of  sick 
horse   and    veterinary    services,    $55;    harness   supplies,    $23.60;    hire   of   horse, 

2  m.,    $80  ;    horseshoeing,    $49.35 ;    man    and    2    pack    ponies,    13    d.,    $84  ;    pro- 
visions, $12.90  ;  stabling  at  headquarters,  $540    3,745  90 

Nurcombe.  J..  Edmonton  (salary  under  Calgary  Land  Office)  :  travelling  expenses. 
$550.57  ;  harness  repairs,  etc.,  $4.05  ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets,  $14  ;  horseshoeing 
and  repairs,  $13  ;  keep  of  team  at  Onoway,  Nov.  1  to  Deo.  29,  $118  ;  man  and 
team.    $208    907   62 

Shields,  Wm.,  Swift  Current:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $300;  bonus,  $324;   travelling 

expenses,  $698.95  ;  use  of  motor  car,  $1,121.40   4,004  35 

Carried  forward    764,781   31 

1-4K 


K— 50 


AUDITOR  GEyERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Dominion  Liands:    Salaries  and   Contingencies — Continued 
Terres  federales;   Salaires   et   depense   casnelle — Suite 


Brought  forward 


$  cts. 


764,781    31 


Homestead    Appraisers — Concluded — Evaluateurs    des    homesteads^Fin 

Smith,   L.   T.,   Grande  Prairie:   July   30   d.,   $96.67;    Sept.    23   to   Mar.    31   at   $1,500. 
$783.33;     travelling    expenses,    $814;     1    pr.    horse    blankets,     $17.50;    buggy 
$167.50;  cutter  with  top,  $158.27;  collars,  $87;  robe,  $30;  harness,  etc.,  $16.85 
horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $33.70;  hire  of  team  and  outfit  at  $100  per  m.,  $664 
stabling  at  headquarters,   $75  ;   veterinary  services,   $12.50 

Smythe,  A.,  Saskatoon:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,538.85;  freight  on  buggy,  $9.05;  horseshoeing,  $26;  stabling  at 
headquarters,    $488.05    

Speers,  G.  L..,  Dauphin:  12  m.,  $1,680;  arrears,  $120;  bonus,  $300;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,523.55;  horseshoeing  and  harness  repairs,  $17.85;  stabling  at 
headquarter.?,    $192.50    

Taylor,  S.,  Prince  Albert:  9  m.  at  $1,500,  3  m.  at  $1,560,  $1,515;  arrears,  $138.71; 
bonus,  $342;  travelling  expenses,  $611.95;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $12.90; 
horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $78.60;  freight  on  buggy,  $13.20;  stabling  at  head- 
quarters, $586.75  ;  veterinary  services  and  medicine,   $26.75    

Taylor,  P.  E.,  Edmonton  (salary  under  Land  Office)  :  travelling  expenses, 
$739.65;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $16.20;  horseshoeing  and  repairs, 
$40;  keep  of  team,  April  1  to  May  22,  $138.90;  stabling  at  headquarters, 
$334.20  ;  use  of  motor  car,  $472.50    

Tempany,  Wm.,  Calgary  :  12  m.  at  $1,620,  less  9  d.  Aug.  and  21  d.  Nov.  half-pay, 
Oct.  and  Nov.  22  to  Dec.  31  full  pay,  $1,242.65;  arrears,  $260;  bonus,  $248.53: 
travelling  expenses,  $377.05  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs  to  cutter,  $41.75  ;  pastur- 
ing team.  May  29  to  Dec.  31,  $140;  stabling  at  headquarters,  $231.25;  use  of 
motor  car,   $74.70    

Webb-Bowen,  E.  H.  E.,  Prince  Albert:  10  m.  to  Mar.  31.  $1,250;  bonus,  $290; 
travelling  expenses,  $933.13  ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets  and  robe,  $42  ;  double  har- 
ness, $50 ;  harness  repairs  and  supplies,  $11.25  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs. 
$33.50;  hire  of  team  at  $6  and  $5  p.d.,  $393;  team  of  horses,  $300;  stabling 
at  headquarters,   $276.25  ;   veterinary   services,    $21    

Whelan,  W.  W.,  Prince  Albert:  June  5  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,500,  $1,233.33;  bonus, 
$286.13;  travelling  expenses,  $790.75;  livery  hire,  125  d.,  $517;  team  and 
driver,  5i  d.,  $49.50    

Wilcox,  D.  E.,  Lethbridge:  3  m.  at  $1,500,  9  m.  at  $1,560,  $1,545;  arrears,  $270.97; 
bonus,  $324  ;  travelling  expenses,  $435.30  ;  use  of  motor  car,  $988.05 

Woodlock,  P.  A.,  Calgary:  12  m.,  $1,620;  arrears,  $260;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,699.40  ;  use  of  motor  car,  $946.80    

Wynne,  A.  E.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,   $635.75;   livery  hire,   $179;   use   of  motor  car,    $1,025.70 

Timber  Inspectors — Inspecteurs   des    bois 

Ballantine,  A.,  Prince  Albert:  12  m.,  $1,680.  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $300;  travelling 
expenses,  $317.70  ;  hire  of  team,  $64  ;  provisions  for  trip,  $106.70  ;  repairs  to 
outfit,     $20.40 

Browne,  H.,  Prince  Albert:  12  m.,  $1,620,  arrears,  $360,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,054.23  ;  horseshoeing  and  veterinary  services,  $9.50 ;  stabling  at 
headquarters,  $438;  team  hire  at  $3  p.  d.,  $219;  use  of  motor  car,   $529.35.... 

Campbell,  P.  C,  Kamloops :  12  m.,  $1,620,  arrears,  $360;  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $636.16  ;  livery  hire,  $108  ;  supplies,  express  on  camp  stove,  etc., 
$24.90  ;  use  of  motor  car,   $271.65 

Coombs,  J.  S.,  Calgary:  12  m.,  $1,620;  arrears,  $360;  'bonus,  $324;  travelling 
exi>enses,   $740.97;  auto  hire,  $255;   team  hire,   $257.50 

Eraser,  D.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,680,  arrears,  ?120,  bonus,  $300;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,378.65  ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets,  $14  ;  repairs  to  buggy,  harness 
supplies,  etc.,  $29.65  ;  horseshoeing,  $71  ;  storage  and  freight,  $9.76 ;  stabling 
at    headquarters,    $391.50  ;    veterinary    services,    $7 

Gordon,  W.  S.,  Winnipeg:  12  m.,  $1,560,  arrears,  $200,  bonus.  $282;  travelling 
expenses,  $1,257.60;  livery,  $163;   hire  of  boat,  $20;  use  of  motor  car,   $463.20 

Henderson,  S.  J.,  Winnipeg:  12  m.,  $1,560,  arrears,  $300,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,    $978.64 

McCullough,  J.  B.,  New  Westminster:   12  m.,  $2,000;  travelling  expenses,   $552.... 

McDougall,  P.,  New  Westminster:  12  m.,  $1,680,  arrears,  $70,  bonus,  $300  ;  travelling 
expenses,    $359.20;    packing    sack,    $5.50 

McKenzie,  Fred.,  Prince  Albert:  12  m.,  $1,620,  arrears,  $360,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $698.75  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $11.10  ;  stabling  at  headquarters, 
$222.25;  team  hire,  $243.50;  use  of  motor  car,  $1,002.40;  veterinary  services, 
$18 


2,956  32 
4,145  95 
3,833   90 

3,325   86 

1,741    45 

2,615   93 

3,600   13 

2,876  71 
3,563  32 
4,850  20 
3,924   45 

2,608   80 

4,554   08 

3,344  71 
3,557   47 

4,001   56 

3,945   80 

3,162  64 
2,552   00 

2,414  70 
4,500   00 


Carried    forward     836,857   29 


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K— 51 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Dominion   IJands:   Salaries   and   Contingencies — Concluded 
Terres  federales:   Salaires   et   depense   casuelle — Fin 

Brought    forward    "^ 


Timber  Inspectors — Concluded — Inspecteurs   des   bois — Fin 

Merrigan,  JoBn,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,620,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $965.65  ;  horseshoeing,  $5.60  ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets,  $14  ;  man  and  dog 
team,  5  d.,  $30  ;  8  d.  services  of  man  and  provisions,  cruising  burn.t  lumber, 
$36  ;  stabling  at  headquarters,  $050.90 

Minchin,  D.  H.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,560,  arrears,  $300,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $2,210.70  ;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $19  ;  assistance  while  cruising, 
15  d.,  $63;  provisions  for  trip,  $31.15;  stabling  at  headquarters,  $255.50;  use 
of  motor  car,   $75.30  ;  veterinary  services,   $40 

Neilson,  F.  W.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,560,  arrears,  $250,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $913.85  ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets,  $14  ;  difference  on  exchange  of  horse 
collars,  $4;  horseshoeing  and  repairs,  $37.55;  expenses  re  cruise:  assistant, 
17  d.,  $08  ;  camj)  supplies,  $38.45  ;  rent  of  tent,  $5  ;  eiderdown  robe,  $40  ;  tent, 
$25.75  ;     stabling    at     headquarters,     $756.55 

Ringwood,  F.  H.,  Edmonton:  3  m.  at  $1,500,  9  m.  at  $1,560,  $1,545,  arrears,  $249.20, 
bonus,  $330 ;  travelling  expenses,  $1,348.74 ;  1  pr.  horse  blankets,  $11.50 ; 
horseshoeing-  and  repairs,  $58.35  ;  saddle,  $40. .30 ;  stabling  at  headquarters, 
$373.75  ;   suiJplies  and  rent  of  boat,   $58.05 

Ross,  C.  F.,  Winnipeg:  12  m.,  $1,560,  arrears,  $100,  bonus,  $324  ;  travelling  expenses, 
$1,113.27;   hire  of  boat,   25   d.,   $25;   provisions  for   trip,   $43.67 

Royce,  A.  E.,  Winnipeg:  9  m.  at  $1,560  less  3  d.  in  Nov.  and  10  d.  in  Dec, 
$1,115.06,  arrears,  $300,  bonus,  $240.34;  travelling  expenses,  $258.60;  "Manual 
of  Northern   Woodmen,"    $2.75;    use    of   motor   car,    $160.50 

Struthers,  Jas.,  Winnipeg:  Mar.  15-31  at  $1,500,  $68.55;  travelling  expenses,  $88.25 

Thompson,  J.  H.,  Winnipeg:  12  m.,  $1,560,  arrears,  $100,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,     $1,003.47 ^ 

Wyllie,  R.  S.,  Edmonton:  12  m.,  $1,620,  arrears,  $60,  bonus,  $324;  travelling 
expenses,  $748.30;  1  pr.  horse  blankets,  $30;  livery  hire,  $393;  use  of  motor 
car,  $410.30 

Adjustments — Rectifications 

Unexpended   balances.    Mar.    31,    1921:  F.    G.   Arnold,    $201.97;    A.    Baptie,    $25.50; 

A.  W.  Brooke,   $11.75  ;  W.  F.  W.  Carstairs,   $220.14  ;  W.  Collie,   $9.81  ;  Lt.-Col. 

H.  M.  Daly,   $138.83;   D.  J.  McCarthy,   $43.55;  D.   C.   MoNab,   $19.60;   A.  Reid, 

$20.05;    D.    J.    Rose    (Battleford    Land    Office),    $8.41;    A.    E.    Royce,    $128.15; 

Peace   River  Land   Office,   10c.    (Cas.   Rev.);   J.   H.    Stewart,   $3.25 

Overpayments:  A.  L.  Bacon.,  Calgary  Land  Office   (salary),  $16.94;  Mrs.  A.  Boddy, 

Red  Deer  Land  Office,  $6.68;  Miss  M.  Hope,  Swift  Current  Land  Office,   $1.03; 

R.   Lee,  Ottawa    (salary),    $13.71;    Peace   River  Land  Office,    items  paid   twice, 

$7.40     (Cas.    Rev.);    A.    T.    Staines,    Lethbridge     (salary),    $10     (Cas.    Rev); 

F.    H.    Kitto,    films  paid   twice,    $18.70 

Balance  due  E.  W.  Beckett,  New  Westminster  Timber  Office,   1919-20 

Removal  expenses,  J.  E.  Carson,  balance  1919-20 (Page  K — 31,  1919-20) 


Less — Deductions  as  below 


Charged   as  follows: —  = 

Salaries  of  Outside  Service ; $    459,743  34 

Contingencies,     advertising,    etc 249,601   34 


$    709,349   68 


Deductions — Diductiona 

Provisional  allowance   (Page  K 166) 

Balances  brought   forward   from   1919-20,   less   $49.68    refunded   to  Casual   Revenue 

and  $77.13  refunded  to  Parks  in  error (Page  K 45,   1919-20) 

Overpayments    brought    forward    from    1919-20,    less  _  $52.50    refunded    to    Casual 

Revenue    (Page  K— 45.   1919-20) 

Balances  due:  H.  Browne,  timber  inspector,  $118.08  ;  Miss  F.  G.  Nash,  Mr    Cuttle's 

office    (salary),    $30 

Martin,  J.  W.,  Inspector  of  agencies.  Calgary,  1918-19   fares  disallowed *..!!!!".'.'. '. 

Refunds  of  overcharge   for  telegrams 

Amount  to  adjust  salaries  charged  to  Vote  558 (Page  K— 166) 

Retirement  fund  for  1920-21.  paid  1921-22 

Part  cost  of  advertising  timber  berth  No.    583,    refunded .  .\..  ..................  . 


$  cts. 

536,857   29 

3,712   15 
4,878   6a 

4,037   15 

4,014   89 
3,165   94 

2,077   25 
156  80 

2,987  47 
3,585   60 

831   11 


74  4C 

10  98 

59  92 

866,449  66 

157,099  98 

709.349  68 


9'2,289 

89 

709 

35 

38 

36 

148 

OS 

61 

3C 

81 

33 

63,260 

43 

471 

24 

40 

on 

1— 4}k 


157.099   98 


K— 52  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12   GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion  Lands  and  Parks:   Surveys  %         cts. 

Terres  et  pares  federaux:  Arpentages 

Salaries  at  Ottawa ( Page  K — 26 ) 

Surveyors'  Accounts    ( Page  K — 55 ) 

Cooke,  Prof.  H.  L,.,  (Princeton  University),  expenses  of  trip  from  Brooklin,  Me., 
to  Ottawa  and  return  for  the  purpose  of  assisting  in  directing  experiments  in 

aerial  surveying  undertaken  by  the  Air  Board 

-Allan,  Killam  &  McKay,  Winnipeg,  premium  on  guarantee  bonds 

Ault  &  Wiborg  Co.,  Toronto:  flannel,  27J  yd.  at  ?4.25  ;  sponges,  1  doz.,  $7.97;  post- 
age,   14c 

Baker,  (J.T:),  Chemical  Co.,  Phillipsburg,  N.J. :  mercury,  purified,  30  lb.  at  $1.20; 
freight,   $1.18 

.Barks,  A,  A.,   Ottawa:    special  rotary  marking  instruments,    6,   $66;    small  items, 

$23.50 

Bingham  Bros.,  Xew  York,  X.Y. :    grain  skins,   4  at  $9.75  ;    express,  71c 

Birkett,  Thos.  &  Son,  Ottawa:  glue,  39  pt.,  $27.30;  hardware  and  tools,  $80.49; 
kitchen  utensils,  $16.57  ;    small  items,   $17.60 

Bowman,  E.  P.,   (D.L.S.),  transit,  $200.40,  less  $16.69,  allowance  for  use 

Broushton.  G.  H.  &  Co..  Toronto:  collodion  base,  20  gal.,  $82.75;  negative  cotton, 
4  lb.,  $51.20  :  polished  zinc,  63  lb.,  $28.35  ;  varnish,  2  gal.,  $18  ;  various  litho- 
graphic supplies,  $63.07;  demijohns,  4,  $11,  total,  $254.37,  less  $6,  allowance 
for   3   carboys  returned 

Bryson-Graham,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  mirrors,  2,  $11.35;  farmer's  satin,  18  yd.  at  $2; 
small  items,  $24.40 

Buchanan,  J.  A.,  (D.L.S.)  :  marine  engine  accessories  and  repairs,  $88.58;  personal 
services  supervising  repairs,   8  d.  at  $10 

Burroughs,  Wellcome  &  Co.,  Montreal:    flrst-aid  cases,  3  at  $42.50,  25  at  $14.25 

Cambridge  &  Paul  Instrument  Co.,  Cambridge,  England:  Callender  &  Grifflths 
Wheatstone  bridge,  $137.97;  Cambridge  galvanometer,  $36.50;  copper  connect- 
ing leads,  $1.15  ;  galvanometer  lamp  and  scale,  $26.83  ;  resistance  thermometer, 
$57.79  ;   packing^   shipping  and   insurance   charges,    $22.71 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Montreal:  belting,  $10.27;  drop  U.  G.  hangers,  2, 
$16.27  ;    small  items,  $13.21 

Canadian  General  Electric  Co.,  Ottawa:  motors,  3,  $110.39;  various  electrical  sup- 
plies, $78.09 

Canadian  Kodak  Co.,  Toronto:  azo.  63  gr.,  $92.62;  bromide,  11  gr.,  $121.25;  20 
rolls  $123.79;  duplicating  outfits,  13.  $29.92;  films,  324,  $117.89;  film  tanks, 
11,  $51.68;  mounting  tissue,  42  rolls,  $33.16;  velox,  2  gr.,  $11.97,  2  rolls,  $13.90; 
various  photographic  supplies,    $209.61;    postage   and   insurance,    $1.66 

Carson.    (Hugh)   Co.,  Ottawa,  fibre  cases,  6  at  $10.50 

Castings  of  Ottawa,  Ltd.:  brass  and  iron  castings,  $35.15;  making  patterns,  11, 
$35 

Central  Scientific  Co.,  Chicago:  Cenco-Nelson  high  vacuum  pump,  without  motor. 
$40:    rubber  tubing.   39  ft.,   $12.63;    express  and   insurance,   $3.68 

Collector  of  Customs,  Ottawa  :    customs  duty,  $252.90  ;    sundries,   $2.18 

Cooper-Hewitt  Electric  Co.,  Hoboken,  N.J. :    lamp  tubes,  2  at  $15;    express,  $3.42.. 

Corrugated  Paper  Box  Co.,  Toronto,  corrugated  straw  board,   106  sheets 

Costello-Crowe-Bellamy  Electric  Works:  motor,  5  h.  p.,  $176;  repairs  to  motors, 
accessories,  etc.,  $100.22  ;  repairs  to  presses,  accessories,  etc.,  $34.70  ;  small 
items,    $15.76 

C6t§   J.  L.,  Edmonton,  rental  of  warehouse,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1921 

Cowan  and  Penrose,  Kamloops,  B.C.,  rental  of  storage-room,  12  m.  to  Dec.  31,  1920. 

Daly,  W.  P.,   (D.L.S.) ,  Cooke  transit,  $168.75.  less  $7.05,  allowance  for  use  and  $9, 

DaviTsoVs's'o^ns!Tjas.V/oUawa^' 'boxes.' lo' at"$2.Vo: 'lOO  at  Vl.S^ 

at  $115;    covers  for  boxes,    50   at   25c.;    cases,   50   at   $1.75;    drawmg  boards, 

12    $27  • '  lumber,   $150  ;    government  sales-tax,    $4.10 ?!!   Sr 

Deans 'w   J     (D  L.S.),  Cooke  transit,  $202.50,  less  $33.75,  allowance  for  use 168   75 

Dept    of  Militia  &  Defence:    electric  fans,  2,  $33.10;    glacial  acetic  acid,  5  gal..  $35; 

silver  nitrate,  10  lb.  at  $9.35  ;    small  items.  $15.60 In  on 

Dept    of  Mines,  mercury  vacuum  pump ■• • i^AVVr'Ao' 

Dept.  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery :  printing,  $4,511.97  ;  stationery,  $10,575.23  ; 
parliamentary    publications,    $10.15 ^l"---.   ■■•■ \ iora  ok'- 

Douglas,   G..    Ottawa:    concrete,    140    cu     ft.    at    6oc.  ;    hire    of    carpenters.    $359.2.. 

labourers    101  h.  at  85c. ;  lumber  and  buildmg  material.  $113  32.  . .  ...  .  .  .  ...  .  .  649   42 

Edwards   WC.  &  Co..  Ottawa:  boxes.  50  at  $1.65;  covers  for  boxes.  50  at  37c.; 

..      .,  19A  •  liiO     UU 

sma     ,i^^j^,.^  _  '.JJ-.'-V^'o^' 'r^^.I,^,^,.Vifif%Ti    Toronto,  nremium  on  guarantee  bond.  136  50 

219  67 
30   00 


50,173 
642,478 

76 

72 

109 
81 

63 
44 

123 

93 

37 

18 

89 
39 

50 
71 

141 
183 

96 
71 

248 

37 

71 

75 

168 
483 

58 

75 

284 

95 

39 

75 

188 

48 

807 
63 

45 
00 

70 

15 

56 

255 

33 

44 

31 

08 
42 
36 

326 

540 

60 

68 
00 
00 

152   70 


EmplSers-'  Liability  'Assurance  "corporation,  Toronto,  premium  on  guarantee  bond. 
Fredette.  J.  F.    (D.L.S.)  :  folding  stadia  rod,  $24.60.  less  $11.43.  cost  of  repairing; 

abney  level.  $6;  transit.  $200.40    • ••• 

Friez,  J.,   &  Sons,  Baltimore,   Md. :   sylphon  tubes,    3   at   $7  ;   tops  and   bottoms   for 

same,  6  each.  $9    


Carried   forward 


714,672   71 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 53 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion  Lands  and  Parks:  Surveys — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres  et  pares  federanx:  Arpentages — Suite 

Brought    forward       714,072    71 

Fuchs  &  Lang  Mfg:.  Co.,  New  York:   lithographic  flannel,   5   yd.   at   $5;  galvanized 

steel  safety  turpentine  cans,   G  at  $2.25  ;   palette  knives,   6  at  $2.50  ;   perfection 

graining   ore,    340    lb,,    ?19.13  ;    various    lithographic    supplies,    |33.04  ;    express, 

freight    and    postage,    $8.98 114   C5 

Garland,  John  M.,   Son  &  Co.,  Ottawa:   butter  cloth,   128  yd.   at   12c.;   cheese  cloth, 

126  yd.  at   8c.;   cotton,   190   yd..   $37.79;   cotton  batting,   1   bale,   $14.50;   rubber 

sheeting,  $15.15  ;  sheeting,  40  yd.  at  48Jc.,  40  yd.  at  44Jc 130   08 

Gatineau  Co.,  Ltd.,   Ottawa:   cases,   5,    $38;   lumber,    $11;   panels,    2,    $10 59   00 

George,   H.  A.,  Peace  River,   Alta. :   rental   of  warehouse,   Sept.    1,   1919   to   Dec.    31, 

1920,   $280  ;   cartage,   express,   etc.,    $8.30 288   30 

General    Supply   Co.   of   Canada,    Ottawa,    centrifugal    pump 32   0© 

Globe  Inden>nity  Co.   of  Canada,  Montreal,  premium  on  guarantee   bond 120   51 

Government  Liquor  Store,   No.   7,   alcohol,   7   gal 78   15 

Grant-Holden-Graham,    Ltd.,    Ottawa:    bags,    500,    $80;    plan-holders,    13,    $11.75; 

khaki  teamster  apron,   $1.25 93   00 

Green,  T.  D.,    (D.L.S.).  Cooke  transit,   $202,50.  less  $7,  cost  of  overhauling 195   50 

Gurley,    W.    &    L.    E.,    Troy,    N.Y. :    precise    levelling    rods,    2    at    $95;    repairing    4 

molitor    rods,    new    thermometer    fitted,    $160  ;    express,    $8.19 358   19 

Harrison  &  Co.,   Montreal:  tally  registers,   36  at   $3.30;   springs  for  tally   registers, 

200,  $25 ■    ■ 143    80 

Higman,  Geo.  &  Sons,  Ottawa:  plate  glass,  36  in.  by   60  in.,   $31;   various  painters' 

supplies,    $16.95 47    95 

Imperial   Oil   Ltd.,    Toronto:    gasoline,    45    gal.,    $17.93;    oil,    $10.46 28   39 

Jamieson,  R.  C.  &  Co.,   Montreal,   turpentine  substitute,   40.12  gal 52   16 

Jennings,   N.  R.,  Toronto:  lithographic  English  vermilion,   26  lb.  at   $3 78   00 

Johnston,  R.   H.,    (D.L.S.),   Cooke  transit,   $212.50,   less,   $17.70,   allowance   for   use, 

and    $12,   cost    of   overhauling 182   SO 

Just  Motors  Ltd.,   Ottawa,   standex   gas  gauges,   36   at   $2 72   00 

Kennedy,    J.    W.,    Agincourt,    cartage 70   50 

Lawson,  Thos.  &   Sons,  Ottawa,   bronze  survey  post   tops,    300 126   72 

Lymans  Ltd.,   Montreal :   absorbent  cotton,   25   lb.,   $29.12  ;  adhesive  plaster,   $14.63  ; 

albumen,   25   lb.   at   $2.10;  bottles  and  corks,   2   gr.,   $19.66;   glacial   acetic  acid, 

50    lb..    $17.50;    iodine,    5    lb.    at    $5.90;    silver    nitrate,    5    lb.    at    $10.25;    soda 

hyposulphite,    200   lb..    $17  ;   sodium   sulphide,    50   lb.   at  70c.  ;   various  drug  and 

chemical   supplies,    etc.,    $65.32 331   4S 

McDougals  Ltd.,   Ottawa:   levels,   6   at   $3.50;   hardware   and   tools.    $9.50 30   50 

McFarlane    Douglas    Co.,    Ottawa:    aluminum    and    steel    plan-holders,     12,    $100; 

copper    tanks,    5,    $84.25  ;    excise    tax,    50c 184    75 

McKinley  &  Northwood.  Ottawa:  brass  vane  pun>p,  $12;  hardware  and  tools,  $17.72  ; 

small    items,    $14.40 44    12 

McLeod,   R.    A.,    Peace   River,    looking   after   warehouse   containing    survey    outfits, 

Sept.    1,    1919    to   Aug.    31,    1920 120   00 

McMullen-Perkins   Ltd.,   Ottawa,    aneroid    testing   apparatus   and    2    sole    plates   for 

invar    tubes    60   00 

Major.  S.  J.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  hand  cleaner,  33  doz.,  $36.75  ;  lye,  3  cases  at  $5.80;  small 

items,    $2.02 56   17 

Manitoba  Cartage  &  Warehousing  Co.,  Winnipeg :  storage  charges  on  survey  posts, 

$73.08;    freight   and    express   charges   on   posts,    etc.,    $24.44 S8   12 

Mann    Lithopress   Co.,    New    York,    N.Y.  :    red    offset   rubber    blankets,    4    at    $13.35  ; 

express,    $1.28 54    68 

Mills,  A.  K.  &  Son.  Ottawa,  marble  slab  for  relief-map  work 50   00 

Murphy-Gamble  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  covering  aneroid  boxes 42   50 

National    Drug    &    Chemical    Co.,    Ottawa:    glacial    acetic    acid,    474    lb.,     $24.15; 

methylated  spirits,  5  gal.  at  $3  ;  potassium  cyanide,  15  lb.,   $15  ;   silver  nitrate, 

15  lb.  at  $17  ;  various  drugs  and  chemicals,  $65.58  ;  containers,  $7.97 382   70 

Ontario    Hughes-Owens    Co.,    Ottawa :    aneroids,    with    cases,    3    at    $37.50  ;    levels, 

Zeiss  pattern,    2   at   $310;   ranging  poles,   2   sets  at   $6.85;   transits,   10,   $3,759; 

small  items,  $12.02;  repairs  and  accessories  for  instruments:  aneroids,  $70.47; 

compasses,    $24.50;   levels,    $122.50;    transits,    $152.25;    general,    $12.30 4,899    24 

Ottawa   Electric  Co.:   current   supply   for  motors,  Jan.    2   to   May    18,    1920,    $62.38; 

current  supply   for  arc  lights   in   photographic  roon>,   Cooper-Hewitt  tubes  and 

vacuum  pump,   Jan.   2   to  June   14.   1920.   $49.99 112   37 

Ottawa  Paint  Works;  turpentine,  30  gal.,  $88.60;  government  sales  tax,  S3c.  ;  small 

items,    $6.92 96   35 

Poulin,  L.  N.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  cotton,   25  yd.  at  35c.;  sheeting,  40  yd.  at  47Jc 27    75 

Rankin,  W.   A.,  Ottawa:  cans  for  plan-holders,   100,  $25;   sundry  painters'   supplies, 

$9.60;    small    items,    $13.40 48   00 

Ray,    Dr.    B.   W.,    Tisdale,    veterinary    fees 80   00 

Seibert,  F.  V.,   (D.L.S.),  level 60  00 

Carried   forward    723,723    14 


j^ 54  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion  Lands  and  Parks:  Surveys — Continued  $         cts. 

Terres  et  pares  federaux:  Arpentages — Suite 

Brought  forward ■ 723.723   14 

Senefelder  Lithostone  Co.,  New  York,  N.Y. :  steel  balls,  8,250,  |82.50  ;  various  litho- 
graphic  supplies,    $24.02  ;    freight   and   postage,    $8.37 114   89 

Sheppard,  J.  E.,  Ottawa,  straightening  zinc  plates,  400  at  15c 60   00 

Slack.  J.  H.,   Ottawa,  wiping  cloths,   436  lb.  at   21c.,   659  lb.  at  18Jc 213   47 

Soci^te  Genevoise  d'instruments  de  physique,  Geneva :  graduated  nickel-steel  rule 
with  case,  $143.85  ;  graduated  nickel  rule  with  case,  $116.64  ;  invar  steel  tape 
with  case,  24  meters,  $195.68  ;  packing  and  shipping  charges,  duty,  etc.,  $10.84.  467   01 

Sproule,  R.  A.  &  Son,  Ottawa:   repairs  to  plate  holders,   3,   $10.63;   setting  up  and 

adjusting   copying   camera,    $100 110   63 

Stewart  &   Harris,   Ottawa,    premium   on   guarantee  bond 258   58 

Supplies    Company   of   Canada,    Ottawa:    kodak   films,    60    rolls,    $21;    photographic 

trimmer,   $6.75 27   75 

Sylvestre,  J.  C,  caretaker  of  warehouse,  Edmonton:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1921, 
$780,  arrears  for  1919-20,  $60,  bonus,  $420  ;  express,  freight  and  cartage, 
$486.05;  propeller  sleeve  and  muffler  tube,  (shipped  to  T.  H.  Hartley,  D.L.S.), 
$40.35;  sundries,  $11.20;  balance  on  hand,  $113.55,  total,  $1,911.15,  less,  $54.25, 

balance   on    hand   from    1919-20 1,856   90 

Thornton  &  Truman.  Ottawa:  alterations  and  accessories  for  experimental 
diaphragm,  $76.85;  aneroid  accessories  and  repairs,  $232.49;  apparatus,  car- 
riage rails  and  attachments  for  comparing  standard  yard  with  D.L.S.  standard 
of  measure,  $1,031.60;  cover  and  fittings  for  tank  of  comparator,  $147.82; 
experimental  diaphragms,  $50.87;  fittings  for  arc  lamps,  $76.35;  fittings  for 
regulation  of  apparatus  for  artificially  ageing  aneroids,  $60.75;  high  tempera- 
ture thermometer  comparator,  $292.50 ;  various  instruments,  repairs,  acces- 
sories, etc.,  $399.66    2,368   89 

Topley  Co.,  Ottawa:  aneroids,  49  at  $24.50  kodak  accessories  and  repairs,  $11.50; 
microscope  lamps,  2,  $93;  military  compasses,  20  at  $5.20;  soil  acidity  tester 
with   parts,    $27.75 ;    thermometers,    28,    $51  ;    various   instruments   and  repairs, 

$36  ;    small    items,    $44.20    1.567   95 

Toronto  Type  Poundrj'  Co.,   Montreal:   red  padding  gum,   23   lb.,   $7.45;   type,   etc., 

$24.38     3183 

Victoria  Foundry  Co.,  Ottawa,  2-beam  track  girders  for  comparator    48   00 

TValtham   Watch  Co.,   Montreal,   repairing  sidereal   watches,    8    at  $11 88   00 

Watts,  E.  R.  &  Son,  Ottawa :  steel  burnishers,  12  at  $2;   tally  registers,   5  at  $4..  44   00 

Wilson,  M.  J.,  &  Sons,  Ottawa,  leather  covered  aneroid  boxes,  12  at  $6.25 75   00 

Advertising,    $36.08  ;    subscriptions,    $6.18     42   26 

Freight  and  express:  American  Express  Co.,  $6.88  ;  Canadian  Express  Co.,  $611.39  ; 
Canadian  National  Express  Co.,  $1,339.03  ;  Dominion  Express  Co.,  $442.75  ; 
Canadian  Northern  Ry.,   $28.21;   Canadian  Pacific  Ry.,   $241.32;   Grand  Trunk 

Ry.,  $6.66  ;  New  York  Central  Ry.,   70c. 2,676   94 

Telegrams:    Can.    Pac.    Ry.    Go's.    Telegraph,     $252.23;     G.N.W.     Telegraph     Co., 

$618.94    871    17 

Payments  under  $25:  aneroids,  2,  $42.20;  cartage,  $15.41;  chemicals,  drugs,  etc.. 
$15.75;  cheese  cloth,  101  yd.,  $10.10;  cutting  grass  at  Comparator  Building, 
38  h.  at  50c.;  electrical  supplies  and  repairs,  $25.93  ;  emery  grinder,  $11.27; 
Eureka  oil,  5  gal.  at  $3  ;  excelsior,  1,092  lb.,  $21.86  ;  glacial  acetic  acid,  44 
lb.,  $11;  hardware  and  tools,  $48.02;  leather  cover  for  transit  box,  $13.65; 
painters'  supplies,  $10.30;  parts  for  machinery,  $17.35;  plaster  of  Paris  casts 
and  impressions  of  Porcupine  and  Pasquia  Forest  Reserves,  $23;  plate  gla.ss, 
$10.95;  repairs  to  watches,  $15;  shellac,  $11.05:  sundry  chemical  laboratory 
supplies,  $23.42  ;   type,   etc.,   $19.13  ;   small  items,   $138.69    518   08 

735,164   49 
LiESS — Deductions  as  below    50,151   49 

•Net  expenditure — Dominion  Lands   Surveys 685,013  00 

Deductions — Deditctions 

Instruments  sold  survevors :  abney  levels,  4,  $26.85  ;  Bausch  and  Lomb  trough  com- 
pass, $16.75;  sidereal  watches,  2  at  $30.40,  2,  $49.50;  stadia  rods,  5  at  $22.43, 
1,  $29.90;  standard  measures,  21  at  $10,  less  allowance  for  10  old  ones, 
returned  at  $S  ;  steel  dies,  3  sets,  $18;  steel  tapes,  20.  $160.03;  transits,  5, 
$1,177.13;    various    instruments,    repairs,    accessories,    etc.,    $65.40 1,846   51 

Air  Board,  pavment  for  supplies    *^°   °'' 

Alberta    Government:    partial    cost    of    survey    of    boundary    between    Alberta    and  ^_ 

British  Columbia,  $3,149.29  ;  proceeds  of  sale  of  horses,  $436.95 3.o86   24 

British  Columbia  Government,  partial  cost  of  survey  of  boundary  between  Alberta 

and    British    Columbia    22,422  98 

Carried  forward    28.274   23 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 55 


Dominion  Lands  and  Parks:  Surveys — Concluded 
Terres   et   pares   federaux:    Arpentages — Fin 


Brought    forward     

Deductions — Concluded — Deductions — Fin. 

Can.  Pac.  Ry.,  refund  of  unused  portion  of  ticket  purchased  by  S.  D.  Fawcett 

Dept.  of  Indian  Affairs,   instruments  purchased    

Dept.  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery,  payment  for  work  performed 

Fees  for  testing  tapes:  Association  of  Ontario  Land  Surveyors,  $12;  Beatty,  F.  W., 
$1  ;  Boulton.  W.  J.,  $1  ;  Cowpcr.  G.  C,  $2  ;  Fawcett,  S.  D.,  $1  ;  Gibbon.  J.. 
$2;  Glover,  A.  E.,  $1;  Lufkin  Rule  Co.,  75c.;  McKay,  R.  B.,  $1;  Martindale, 
E.  S.,  $1  ;  Norrish,  W.  H.,  $1  ;  Pierce,  J.  W.,  $1  ;  Waugh,  B.  W.,  $1 

Gore,  T.  S.,  sale  of  12  tapes   

Mining  Lands  Branch,   sale  of  standard   measure    

Ontario  Government,  payment  for  work  performed    

Revillon   Frferes  Trading   Co.,  Esquimo  grammars,    12    

Soldiers'  Settlement  Board:  8,000  copies  of  Peace  River  maps  and  1,500  maps. 
$529.64  ;  expenses  incurred  re  clearing  land  by  controlled  fire,  surveys  of 
1919;  Christie,  W.,  $4,841.36;  Gumming,  A.  L.,  $4,700.30;  Fletcher,  W.  A., 
$4,294.07  ;    Knight,   R.    H.,    $3,492.78    

Stuart,  A.  G.,  repairs  to  sideral  watch   

University  of  Saskatchewan,  sale  of  transit  and  standard  measure    

Sale  of  survey  posts:  Carson,  J.  A.,  $57.50;  Cowell,  W.  C,  $27.50;  Drewry,  W.  S., 
$37  ;  Dawson.  F.  J.,  $13.75  ;  McGugan,  D.  J.,  $12.50    

Provisional  allowance (Page  K — 166) 


eta. 


28,274   23 


5  25 

54   50 

1,049   36 


25  75 
120  00 
10  00 
21  00 
12   00 


17,858    15 

.       8   00 

423   00 

148   25 
2,142   00 


50,151   49 


Dominion  Lands— Surveys 

Surveyors'  Accounts 
Terres  Kd^rales — Arpentages 

Comptes  des  arpenteurs 


Expenditure 
of      , 
1920-21 

Ddpenses 

de 

1920-^1 


Advances 

of 

previous 

years 

Avanecs 

des  annees 

prece- 

dentes 


Balances 

paid 

in 

1921-22 

Balances 
payfees 

en 
1921-22 


Accounted 

for 

in  current 

report 

Expliqu6 
dans  Ic 
rapport 
courant 


Accounts 

not 

closed 

Comptes 
actifs 


Survey  of  1880—Arpentagj  de  1880- 
Contract,  1,  A.  McNab 


Surveys  of  1881—Arpintag-i  de  1881- 
A.  L.  Poudrier,  timber  limits. . . 


Surveys  of  1S82— Arpentages  de  1882- 

Contract,    7,  L.  J.  Garon 

12.  H.  Lawe 

'•'         24,  r.  H.Davis 

28,  J.  Hill 

"  36,  Francis  .Jones  &  Co. 
"  37,  Francis  Jones  &  Co. 
"         38,  Francis  .loncs  &.  Co. 


Survey  of  188S—ArpeiHuge  de  1888- 
Contract,  59,  E.  C.  Dawson 


Survey  of  1892—Arpentage  de  1893- 
Contract,  11.  A.  J.  Trembiay. ., 


Surrey  of  1897—Arpcntage  de  1897 
J.  S.  Dennis,  irrigation 


Survey  of  1899—Arp^ntage  da  1899- 
M.  McFadden,  Swan  River 


Surv.y  of  1900—Arpentag:.  de  1900- 
Contract,  4,  L.  P.  Cauvroau... . 


$     cts. 


cts. 


a    1,000  00 


$      cts. 


$     cts. 


a    1,110  00 


1 , 188  02 
997  48 
a  1,133  34 
a  1,500  00 
a  2,000  00 
a  2.000  00 
a    2,000  00 


10,818  84 


a    5,853  12 


a    1,008  00 


a        112  70 


a        576  20 


a    1,740  00 


a  See  correspondence  in  Audit<jr  GencTal'e  Keport,  1908-09,  pagi'  K — 151  to  155. 


S   cts. 
1.000  00 


1.110  00 


1,188  02 
997  4S 
1.133  34 
1,500  00 
2,000  00 
2,000  00 
2.000  00 


10,818  84 


5,853  12 


1,008  00 


112  70 


576  20 


1,740  GO 


K— 56 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Dominion  Lands— Surveys 

Surv'eyors'  Accounts 
Terres  Kd^rales— Arpentages 

Compteg  dee  arpenteurs 

Expenditure 

of 

1920-21 

Depenses 

de 
1920-21 

Advances 

of 

previous 

years 

Avances 

des  annees 

pr6ce- 

dentes 

Balances 

paid 

in 

1921-22 

Balances 
payees 

en 
1921-22 

Accounted 

for 

in  current 

report 

Expliqu6 
dans  le 
rapport 
courant 

Accounts 

not 

closed 

Comptes 
actifs 

Survey  of  1901—Arpcntage  de  1901— 
Contract,  6,  L.  Gosselin 

$     cts. 

S     cts. 
a          18  04 

S     cts. 

$     cts. 

$     cts. 
18  04 

Surrey  of  1905 — Arpentage  de  1905 — 
Contract,  4,  C.  E.  Lemoine 

a        506  65 

506  65 

Surveys  of  1917— Arpentage  de  1917— 
Johnston,  J.  H.,  subdivision 

27  45 

15,808  15 

15,835  60 

Surtey  of  1918— Arpentage  de  1918— 
Knight  R.  H.,  retracement 

51  55 

b          51  55 

Surveys  of  1919 — Arpentage.?  de  1919 — 
Akins,  J.  R.,  topographical 

526  09 
79  90 

584  30 
61  50 

142  50 
467  79 

28  25 
482  44 
260  48 
149  35 
434  34 
853  30 
512  75 
302  04 
■    370  25 

1,960  21 

1,755  24 
132  35 

1,512  28 
161  47 
371  85 

1,716  36 
410  77 
175  68 
43  80 
706  86 
335  20 

2,548  65 
208  47 

1,380  97 

91  15 

179  02 

113  65 

1,693  64 

143  09 
0  65 

264  34 
6  80 
270  07 
84  20 
982  64 
698  15 

b        526  09 

79  90 

b        584  30 

61  50 

b        142  50 

b       467  79 

28  25 

b        482  44 

b        260  48 

149  35 

b        434  34 

b        853  30 

512  75 

b        302  04 

370  25 

b    1,960  21 

b     1,755  24 
132  35 

b    1,512  28 
b        161  47 

371  85 

5,416  36 

b       410  77 

b        175  68 

43  80 

b       706  86 

335  20 

5,048  65 

b        208  47 

b    1,380  97 

91  15 

b        179  02 

113  65 

4,793  64 

b        143  09 

0  65 

b       264  34 

6  80 

b       270  07 

84  20 

b       982  64 

698  15 

Akins,  J.  R.,  supplementary 

Alexander,  J.  B.,  lines  of  levels 

Alexander  J.  B.,  supplementarv 

Bartley,  T.  H.,  general  survey  business 
Bennett,  G.  A.,  stadia.. 

Bennett,  G.  A.,  supplementary 

Berry,  E.  W.,  lines  of  levels. 

Blanchet,  G.  H.,  lakes 



Blanchet,  G.  H.,  supplementary 

Boulton,  W.  J.,  topographical 

Bowman,  E.  P.,  subdivision 

Bowman,  E.  P.,  supplementary 

Brenot,  L.,  investigation  of  lands 

Brenot,  L.,  supplementary 

Bridgeland,  M.  P.,  Bow  River  Forest 
Reserve 

Buchanan,  J.  A.,  re-survey  of  school 
lands 

Buchanan,  J.  A.,  supplementary 

Cautley.    R.  W.,  Alberta  and  B.  C. 
boundary 

Christie,  W.,  investigation  of  lands 

Christie,  W.,  supplementarv 

Christie,    W.,   -clearing    land    by    con- 
trolled fire 

3,700  00 

Cote,  .J.  M.,  resurvev  of  school  lands.  . 

Cowpcr,  G.  C,  stadia 

Cowper,  G.  C,  .supplementary 

Cumming,  A.  L.,  subdivision 

Gumming,  A.  L.,  supplementary 

Gumming,  A.  L.,  clearing  land  by  con- 
trolled fire 

5,500  00 

Dozois,  L.  0.  R.,  lines  of  levels 

Evans,  S.  L.,  subdivision 

Fawcett,  S.  D.,  investigation  of  lands 

Fawcett,  S.  D.,  supplementary 

Fletcher,  W.  A.,  clearing  land  by  con- 

3,100  00 

Fontaine,    L.   E.,   resurvey   of  school 
lands 

Fontaine,  L.  E.,  supplementarj' 

Glover,  A.  F.,  miscellaneous 

Glover,  A.  E.,  supplementary. 

Harriot,  G.  H.,  topographical  ... 

Hubbell,  E.  W.,  supplementary 

Jackson,  J.  E.,  subdivision 

Jackson,  J.  E.,  supplementary 

Carried  forward 

23,202  S4 

9,300  00 

1 

32,502  84 

b  Detailed  in  report  for  1919-20. 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 57 


Dominion  Lands— Surveys 

Surveyors'  Accounts 
Terres  fM^rales— Arpentages 

Comptes  des  arpenteurs 


Expenditure 

of 

1920-21 

D6pcnscs 

de 

1920-21 


Advances 

of 

previous 

years 

Avances 

des  ann6es 

pr6c6- 

dentcs 


Balances 

paid 

in 

1921-22 

Balances 
pay6c3 

en 
1921-22 


Accounted 
for 

in  current 
report 

Expliqu6 
dans  le 
rapport 
courant 


Accounts 

not 

closed 

Comptes 
actifs 


Brought  forward . 


Surveys  of  1919 — Con. — Arpentagea  de 
1919— Fin. 

Johnston,  W.  J.,  subdivision 

King,  J.,  subdivision 

King,  J.,  timber  berths 

King,  .!.,  supplementary 

Knight,  R.  H.,  subdivision 

Knight,  R.  H.,  supplementary 

Knight,  R.  H.,  clearing  land  by  con- 
trolled fire 

Le  Blanc,  P.  M.  H.,  stadia 

Le  Blanc,  P.  M.  H.,  supplementary 

Lonergan,  Ci .  J.,  general  survey  business 

Lonergan,  G.  J.,  supplementary 

McKlhanney,  T.  A.,  general  survey 
business 

McEwen,  D.  F.,  investigation  of  lands. 

McGarry,  P.  J.,  stadia 

McKay,  R.  B.,  miscellaneous 

McKay,  R.  B.,  supplementary 

Martindale,  E.  S.,  miscellaneous 

Montgomery,  R.  H.,  lines  of  levels. .  . . 

Montgomery,  R.  H.,  supplementary... 

Narraway,  A.  M.,  supplementary 

Norrish,  W.  H.,  stadia 

Palmer,  P.  E.,  miscellaneous 

Pearson,  H.  E.,'resurvey  of  school  lands 

Pearson,  H.  E.,  supplementary 

Plunkett,  T.  H.,  supplementary 

Purser,  R.  C,  miscellaneous 

Purser,  R.  C,  supplementary 

Read,  H.  E.,  lines  of  levels 

Read,  H.  E.,  supplementary 

Rinfret,  C,  stadia 

Russell,  J.,  lines  of  levels 

Ru.s.sell,  J.,  supplementary 

Scott,  W.  A.,  supplementary 

Seibert,  F.  V.,  .suV)division 

Seibert,  F.  V.,  clearing  land  by  con- 
trolled fire 

Soars,  H.  M.  R.,  stadia 

Stewart,  N.  C,  subdivision 

Stewart,  N.  C,  supplementary 

Taggart,  C.  H.,  rcsurvey  of  school 
lands 

Vicars,  J.,  miscellaneous 

Walker,  C.  M.,  resurvey  of  school 
lands 

Wallace,  J.  N.,  lines  of  levels 

Waugh,  B.  W.,  stadia 

Wheeler,  A.  O.,  Alberta  and  B.C. 
boundary 


Surveys  of  1920—Arpentaoes  de  1920— 

Akins,  J.  R.,  topographical 

Alexander,  J.  B.,  lines  of  levels 

Bartley,  T.  H.,  general  survey  busi- 


Carried  forward 

b  Detailed  in  report  for  1919-20. 


$  cts. 
23,202  84 


543  80 
308  67 
272  26 

77  60 

225  86 

51  25 

149  15 

95  68 

17  40 

820  85 

295  35 

68  55 
357  73 
189  40 
742  77 

10  90 

173  20 

544  99 
125  .55 
130  35 
197  55 
287  29 
720  79 

57  50 

12  85 

174  67 
240  85 
217  54 

40  50 
180  60 
138  86 

13  60 

58  35 
467  42 


1,158  41 

392  22 

74  80 

29  30 
291  90 

700  00 
524  84 
195  54 

978  62 


35,558  15 


12,368  14 
7,789  61 

4,728  45 


24,886  20 


$  cts. 
9,300  00 


3,297  83 


6,193  23 
'7,57856' 


6,028  85 


8,380  23 


9,818  65 


14,941  81 
2,931  33 


5,045  60 
3,851  34 


9,531  03 


$  cts. 


181  71 


524  07 


434  18 
273  52 


S  cts, 
32,502  84 


86,898  46 


1,413  48 


543  80 
308  67 
272  26 

77  60 
225  86 

51  25 


3,446  98 

b    95  68 

17  40 

b   820  85 

295  35 

6,261  78 

b   357  73 

7,767  96 

b   742  77 

10  90 

6,383  76 

b   544  99 

125  55 

130  35 

9,101  85 

b   287  29 

b   720  79 

57  50 

12  85 
b   174  67 

240  85 

b   217  .54 

40  50 

9,999  25 

b   138  86 

13  60 

58  35 
15,409  23 

2,931  .33 

b  1,158  41 

b   392  22 

74  80 

5.509  08 
b   291  90 

4,824  86 

b   524  84 

9,726  57 

b   978  62 


123,870  09 


12.368  14 
7,789  61 


141  62  '   4.870  07 


141  62  '  25,027  82 


$  cts. 


K— 58 


AUDITOR  GEyERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 


Dominion  Lands — Surveys 

Surveyors'  Accounts 
Terres  federates — .\rpentages 

Comptes  des  arpenteurs 


Expenditure 

ot 

1920-21 


Advances- 

of 

previous 

years 


Depenses        Avances 
de  des  annees 

1920-21  prece- 

dentes 


Balances 

paid 

in 

1921-22 

Balances 
payees 

en 
1921-22 


Accounted 
•     for 
in  current 
report 

Explique 
dans  le 
rapport 
courant 


Accounts 

not 

closed 

Comptea 
actifs 


Brought  forward. 


Surveys    of    1920 — Con. — Arpentages    de 
1920— Suite. 

Bennett,  G.  A.,  stadia 

Berry,  E.  W.,  lines  of  levels 

Blanchet,  G.  H.,  subdivision 

Boulton,  W.  J.,  topographical 

Bowman,  E.  P.,  traverse  of  northern 
lakes 

Brenot,  L.,  investigation  of  lands 

Bridgland,  M.  P.,  topographical 

Calder,  J.  A.,  subdivision 

Carroll,  J.,  preparation  of  final  returns. 

Cautley,    R.    W.,    Alberta   and    B.C. 
boundarj- 

Chartrand,  D.  E.,  preparation  of  final 
returns 

Christie,  W.,  stadia 

Cote,  J.  M.,  miscellaneous 

Cowper,  G.  C,  stadia 

Gumming,  A.  L.,  miscellaneous 

Dozois,  L.  O.  R.,  lines  of  levels 

Dunn,  T.  H.,  miscellaneous 

Evans,  S.  L.,  investigation  of  lands. . . . 

Fawcett,  S.  D.,  settlement 

Fletcher,  W.  A.,  stadia 

Fofitaine,  L.  E.,  subdivision 

Fontaine,    L.    E.,    electoral    division 
boundary 

Glover,  A.  E.,  subdivision 

Hardouin,  J.,  subdi\-ision 

Herriot,  G.  H.,  topographical 

Hotchkiss,  C.  P.,  subdivision 

Hubbell,  E.  W.,  miscellaneous 

Johnston,  W.  J.,  subdivision 

Knight,  R.  H.,  subdi\'ision 

LeBlanc,  P.  M.  H.,  stadia 

Lonergan,  G.  J.,  general  survey  busi- 
ness  ' 

McCloskey,  M.  D.,  classification  of 
lands 

MacDonald,    C.  S.,    classification    of 
lands 

McElhanney,    T.    A.,    general    survey 
business 

McElhanney,  W.  G.,  miscellaneous 

McGarry,  P.  J.,  stadia 

McKay,  R.  B.,  retracement 

Martindale,  E.  S.,  miscellaneous 

Melhuish,  P.,  stadia 

Montgomery,  R.  H.,  lines  of  levels 

Narraway,  A.  M.,  general  sui-^^ey  busi- 
ness  

Norrish,  W.  H.,  subdivision 

Palmer,  P.  E.,  topographical 

Pearson,  H.  E.,  subdivision 

Pierce,  J.  W.,  topographical 

Purser,  R.  C. ,  miscellaneous 

Read,  H.  E.,  lines  of  levels 

Rinfret,  C,  stadia 


S  cts. 
24,886  20 


8,800  76 
8,216  75 
15,040  95 
13,991  95 

11,297  41 
15,675  59 
8,389  84 
8,205  72 
665  00 

21,293  38 

833  00 
7,515  77 
1,134  00 
9,092  20 

14,164  03 
7,747  65 
1,105  00 

15,264  22 
6,007  08 
6,097  32 

20,496  81 

250  00 

15,159  77 

18,05.9  04 

12,305  85 

20,590  81 

886  11 

322  10 

14,288  40 

7,076  48 

4,653  75 

14, 155  99 

12,618  16 

5,068  20 
234  45 

9,849  10 
10, 137  93 

7,052  30 
10,517  02 

8,556  25 

6,992  14 
17,764  63 
12,731  35 
17,757  18 
14,314  80 
5,061  65 
7,457  09 
8,044  58 


cts. 


1,514  65 


4,000  00 


1,973  15 

1,500  00 

802  17 


1,500  00 


88  SO 
'i68'24' 


217  08 

'2i6'66' 


33  10 


141  62 


350  10 
315  62 


201  23 


454  64 
119  25 
458  61 


7  65 
'475'37 


90  93 


290  33 
117  32 


140  31 


292  11 
404  12 


Carried  forward 462,939  56 


11,953  19 


3,717  59 


$  cts. 
25  027  82 


8,800  76 
8,566  85 
15,356  57 


11,297  41 
15,675  59 
8,591  07 
9,720  37 
665  00 

21.293  38 

833  00 
7,515  77 


9,546  84 

14,283  28 

8,206  26 

1,105  00 


10,007  08 
6,097  32 


257  65 

15, 159  77 

18,534  41 

12,305  85 

20,681  74 

2,859  26 

1,822  10 

15,380  90 

7,193  80 


14, 155  99 

12,618  16 

5, 157  00 

234  45 

10,097  65 

10,137  93 


10,517  02 


7,209  22 
17,764  63 
12,947  35 
17,757  18 
14,640  01 
5,465  77 
7,457  09 
8,044  58 


$  cts. 


13,991  U 


1,134  00 

15,264  22 
20,496  81 


6,153  75 


7,052  30 
8,556  25 


405, £61  06 


72,649  28 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 59 


Domiuiou  Lands— Surveys 

Surveyors'  Accounts 
Terres  Kd^ralcs— Arpcnt-ages 

Comptes  des  arpenteurs 

Expenditure 

of 

1920-21 

D6penses 

de 

1920-21 

Advances 

of 

previous 

years 

Avances 

des  ann6c8 

pr6c6- 

dentes 

Balances 

paid 

in 

1921-22 

Balances 
pay6es 

en 
1921-22 

Accounted 

for 

in  current 

report 

Expliqud 
dans  le 
rapport 
courant 

Accounts 

not 

closea 

Compte 
actifs 

$     cts. 
462,9.39  hG 

7,457  25 
17,424  25 
7,015  98 
9,043  29 
7,647  90 
16, €40  10 
13,705  26 

13,672  05 

S      cts. 
11.9.53  19 

1,500  00 

S     cts. 
3,717  59 

S     cts. 
405,961  C6 

$     cts. 
72,649  28 

Surveyn     of    1920— Con.— Arpentages     de 
19S0— Fin. 
Seibert,  F.  V.,  miscellaneous 

8,957  25 

Stewart,  N.  C,  subdivision 

286  30 
301  81 

17,710  55 

7,317  79 

10,. 543  29 

Taggart,  C.  H.,  stadia 

Vicars,  J.,  miscellaneous 

1,500  00 

Walker,  C.  M.,  stadia 

7,647  90 

Wallace,  J.  N.,  lines  of  levels 

164  06 

16,804  16 
25,766  06 

Waugh,  B.  W.,  block  outlines 

12,060  80 
1  00 

Wheeler.    A.    0.,    Alberta    and    B.C. 
l>oundar>' 

13,673  05 

580,431  84 

^7,014  99 

4,611  38 

509, 130  73 

102,927  48 

Surveys  of  1921 — Arpenlaycs  de  1921 — 
Bowman,  E.  P.,  MacKenzie  River 

6,700  00 

8  38 

1,500  00 

4.000  00 

1,200  00 
18  (i9 
4  00 

8,900  00 

4,000  00 

78  66 

6,700  00 

Bridgland,  M.  P.,  topographical 

8  38 

Knight,  R.  H.,  subdivision 

1,500  00 

Lonergan,  G.  J.,  general  survey  busi- 
ness            

4,000  00 

McElhanney,    T.    A.,    general    survey 
business 



1,200  00 

Melhuish,  P.,  surveys  unprovided  for. . 
Norrish,  W.  11.,  JMacKenzie  River 

18  69 

4  00 

Pierce,  J.  W.  Ontario-Manitoba  bound- 
ary  

8,900  00 

Seibert,  ¥.  V.,  reconnaissance  survey  of 
oil  pipe  line. . .                  

4,000  00 

Wheeler,    A.    0.,    Alberta    and    B.C. 
boundary 

78  66 

26,409  73 

26,409  73 

Hecapitulaliom — Sommaire — 
Surveys  of  1880 

1,000  00 

1,110  00 

10,818  84 

5,853  12 

1,008  00 

112  70 

576  20 

1,740  00 

18  04 

506  65 

15,808  15 

1,000  00 

1881 

1,110  00 

1882 

10,818  84 

1883 

5,853  12 

"             1892              .                   

1,008  00 

1897 

112  70 

1899 

576  20 

1900 

1,740  00 

1901 

^ 

18  04 

"             1905 

506  65 

"             1917 

27  45 
51  55 

35,558  15 
580,431  84 

26,409  73 

15,835  60 

51  55 

123,870  09 

509,1.30  73 

1918 

1919 

86,898  46 
27,014  99 

1,413  48 
4,611  38 

"             1920 

102,927  48 

1921 

26,409  73 

642,478  72 

152,465  15 

6,024  86 

648,887  97 

152.080  76 

K— 60 


AUDITOR  GEXERAUS  REPORT.  1920-1921 


12   GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 


1,680 
546 

00 
00 

8,108 

6i) 

3,526 
165 

1.006 
147 

70 
78 
81 
10 

233 
'85 
107 

842 

00 
05 
19 
92 

16,449 

21 

613   61 


15,835   60 


:9    90 


Dominion  Liands   and  Parks,   Surveys:   Surveyors'  Accounts 
Arpentages  des  texres  et  pares  federaux:   Comptes  des  arpenteurs 

J.  H.  Johnston^  Sulidivision,  liin 

Personal   services,    in    field,    210    d.    at   $8 

Allowance  in  field,   210   d.  at  $2.60 

Assistants,  J.  H.  Smith,  108  d.  at  $7,  B.  Hagarty,  162  d.  at  $3  ;  leveller,  O.  B 
Holmes,  171  d.  at  $3  ;  cook,  185  d.  at  §3  ;  labourers,  etc.,  191  d.  at  $2.50,  1,024 
d.  at  $2,  136  d.  at  $1,883,  2C8  d.  at  $1.88,  1,514  d.  at  $1.66 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  470  d.  at  $1.15;  party,  3,318 
d.   at   90c 

Auto  hire,  $93  ;  blankets,   12,  $40.50  ;  boat  hire,   $19  ;  express,  $13.28 

Fares  and  pullmans,  $525.35;   feed  and  stabling,    $260.30;   freight,   $221.16... 

Freighting  and  cartage,   $119.95  ;  .hardware,   $13.15;  horse  medicine,    $14 

Hospital  and  medical  expenses,  etc.,  of  J.  H.  Smith  (authorized  by  Order  in 
Council) 

Horseshoeing,    $29.25;   pack   covers,    18,    $55.80 

Packing  and  wrapping  charges,    $87.19;   rent  of  storehouse,    $20 

Telegrams,  $37.03  ;  wintering  horses,  24,  $750.64  ;  small  items,  $55.25 

Less — Sale  of  2  packhorses,  $30  ;  estimated  cost  of  correction  to  survey,  $580.96  ; 
repairs  to  sidereal  watch,  detailed  in  1917-18  under  accounts  of  Waltham 
Watch   Co.,    $2.65 

J.   R.   Akins,  1919,   Supplementary — Service    Supplementaire 
Fares,    $77.90  ;    pasturage,    $2 

J.  B.  Alexander,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Supplementaire 
Fares    , 

G.   A.   Bennett,  1919,   Supplementary — Service    Supplementaire 
Freight    

G.  H.  Blanchet,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Supplementaire 
Fares    

E.   P.   Boicraan,  1919,  Supplcmetitary — SeriHce   Supplementaire 
Fares    

L.  Brenot,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Supplementaire 
Fares,  $353.80  ;  oats,  28  bush.,  $15.40  ;  telegram,   $1.05 

J.  A.  Buchanan,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Supplementaire 
Fares    

W.    Christie,    1919,    Supplementary — Service    Supplementaire 

Personal  services  in  office,   5  d.   at   $9 

Allowance   in    office,    5    d.    at    $1 

Assistant,  C.  S.  Macdonald,  3  d.  at  $7 

Fares 


61    50 


28    2a 


149    35 


512    75 


370   25 


132   35 


45 

00 

a 

00 

21 

00 

300 

85 

371 

85 

INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 61 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued  %         cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:   Comptes  des  arpentenrs — Suite 

W.    Christie,    Clearing    Land    by    Controlled    Fire,    li)l'J — Nettoyage    de    terres    par 

feu,  contrdl^ 

Personal  services  in  field,  91  d.  at  $9 819   00 

Allowance  in  field,   30  d.  at  $2.70,  61   d.  at  $3.55 297   55 

Assistants:  F.  H.  Wrong,  67  d.  at  $7,  J.  H.  Patterson,  69  d.  at  $7  ;  cook,  68  d.  at  $3  ; 

labourers,  etc..  437   d.  at  $2.25 2,139   25 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,   41  d.  at  $1.25,  95  d.  at   $1.80; 

party,  130  d.  at  $1,  375  d.  at  $1.35 858   50 

Axes,  10,  $26.12  ;  axe  handles,  25,  $21.38  ;  cartage,   $40.75 88   25 

Coal  oil,  95.5  gal.,  $32.47  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $110.85 143   32 

Feed  and  stabling,  $317.46  ;  freight,  $99.32  ;  grain  bags,  2J  doz.,  $19.15 435   93 

Hardware,  tools,  etc.,  $52.55  ;  pack  covers,  2  at  $12.50,  9  at  $7.30 143   25 

Rags,  4  sacks,   $11  ;  storage,   $14 25   00 

Wintering   13   horses   and   moving   outfit 447   65 

Small   items    51   74 

5,449   44 

Less — Proceeds  of  sale:  coal  oil,  57  gal.,  $19.38;  hardware,  tools,   etc.,   $13.70 33   08 

5,416   36 

G.    C.   Coivper,  1919,   Supplementary — Service    Supplementaire 
Fares 43   80 

A.  L.  Cumming,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Supplementaire 

Fares 335   20 

A.  L.  Cumming,  Clearing  Laiid  by  Controlled  Fire,  1919, — Nettoyage  de   terres  par 

feu  control^ 

Personal  services,   in  field,   72   d.   at   $9 648   00 

Allowance  in  field,  25  d.  at  $2.70,  47  d.  at  $3.55 234   35 

Assistants,  J.  Gibbon,   62  d.  at  $7,  F.  W.  Beatty,   65   d.  at  $7;   cooks,   64   d.  at  $3; 

labourers,  .etc..  455  d.  at  $2.25 2,104   75 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,   51   d.  at  $1.25,  76  d.  at  $1.80; 

party,   175   d.  at   $1,   344   d.  at   $1.35 839   95 

Coal  oil,   95  gal.,  $32.30;  express,   $43.09;   fares  and  pullmans.  $327.45 402   84 

Feed  and  stabling,  $238.47;  freight,  freighting  and  cartage,   $97.14 335   61 

Hardware  and  tools,  $110.30  ;  matches,  one  case,  $18.50 128   80 

Rags,  350  lb.,  $35  ;  rubber  boots,  10  pr.,  $63.50  ;  rent  of  cache,   5  w.,   $14 112   50 

Sacks,  40,  $23.25  ;    steel  barrels,  2  at  $15  ;    telegrams,  $19.40 72  65 

Wintering  horses,  4,  $106.60  ;    wagon  covers,   2  at  $46.80 200   20 

Small  items 29   90 

5,109   55 
IjESS — Proceeds  of  sale:  coal  oil,  25  gal.,  $9.35;  hardware  and  tools,  $12;  matches, 

i  case,  $9.25  ;    steel  barrels,   2,  $30.30 60  90 

5,048   65 

S.   L.   Evans,  1919,   Supplementary — Service    supplemciitaire 

Fares 91   15 

S.  D.  Fawcett,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  supplementaire. 

Fares 113   65 

W.  A.  Fletcher,  CleaiHng  Land  by  Controlled  Fire,  1919 — Nettoyage  de  terres  par  feu 

contr6l6 

Personal  services  in  field,  89  d.  at  $9 801  00 

Allowance  in  field,  59  d.  at  $3.55,  30  d.  at  $2.70 290   45 

Assistants:  E.   F.  Gorman,   88   d.  at   $7,  K.  F.   McCusker,   58   d.   at  $7;   cook,   56   d. 

at  $4  :    labourers,  etc.,  271  d.  at  $2.75 1.991  25 

Carried  forward    3,08  2   70 


K— 62  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12   GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 

Dominion  Liands  and  Parks,   Surveys:   Surveyors'   Accounts — Continued         $         cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

Brought    forward    3,082   70 

W.  A.  Fletcher,  Clearing  Land  hy  Controlled  Fire,  1919 — Concluded — Nettoyage  de 
terres  par  feu  control^ — ^Fin 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:    assistants,  88  d.  at  $1.80,  58  d.  at  $1.25; 

party,  271  d.  at  $1.35.  56  d.  at  $1 

Barrels.  2.  $10  ;   burlap,  340  lb.  at  10c. ;    cartage,  $15.25  ;    coal  oil,  2  brl.,  $32.93 

Express,  $103.14;    fares  and  pullmans,   $569.75;    freight,   $23.31 

Hardware  and  tools,  $88.82  ;    matches,  1  case,  $14.50 

Moving  outfit,  $44  ;    packing  and  wrapping  charges,  $18.75 

Team  hire,  $50;    telegrams,  $13.73;    torches.  3,  $12;    small  items,  $40.89 

Less — Sale  of  coal  oil   to  L.   Barette 


L.  E.  Fontaine,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  supplimentaire. 
Fare 0  65 


652 

75 

92 

18 

696 

20 

103 

32 

62 

75 

116 

62 

4,806 

52 

12 

88 

4,793 

64 

A.    E.    Glover,   1919,    Supplementary — Service    supplimentaire. 
Fares,    $6  ;     freight,    80c 6  80 

E.  W.  Hubbell,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  supplimentaire 
Fares - 84  20 


J.   E.   Jackson,  1919,   Supplementary — Service   supplimentaire. 
Fares,  $684.15  ;    hay,  J  ton,  $14 698   15 

J.  A.  S.  King,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  supplimentaire 
Fares 77  60 


R.  H.   Knight,  1919,   Supplementary—Service   supplimentaire 
Fares « 51   2S 


R.  H.  Knight,  Clearing  Land  by  Controlled  Fire,  1919 — Nettoyage  de  terres  par  feu 

controli 

Personal  services  in  field,  61  d.  at  $9 

Allowance  in  field,  22  d.  at  $2.70,  39  d.  at  $3.55 

Assistant,  E.  C.  Coursler.  52  d.  at  $7  ;    cook,  48  d.  at  $4  ;    labourers,  etc.,  51  d.  at 

$3,   30  d.  at  $2.70,   270  d.  at  $2.65 

Ration,  board  and  eauipment  allowance :    assistant,  13  d.  at  $1.25,  39  d.  at  $1.80 ; 

party,  62  d.  at  $1.  337  d.  at  $1.35 

Axes,  9.  $16.38;    cartage  and  express.  $41.95;    coal  oil.  6  cases  at  $4.55 

Fares  and  pullmans,  $170.60;    feed  and  stabling,  $96.20;    freight,  $70.93 

Hardware  and  tools,   $70.48;    horse  hire,  $14;    horseshoeing,   $13 

Rent  of  store-house,  $20.  less  $10  received  for  sub-rental 

Torches,  3,  $13.50  ;    small  items,  $46.89 


P.  M.  H.  LeBlanc,  1919,  Siipplementary — Service  supplimentaire. 
Fares 


549 

00 

197 

85 

1,505 

50 

603 

40 

85 

63 

337 

73 

97 

48 

10 

00 

60 

39 

3,446   98 


17  40 


fNTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 63 


Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'   Accounts — Continued 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

G.  J.  Lonergan,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  sitppUvientairc 

Personal  services  in  office,  27  d.  at  $5 

Allowance  in  office.  27  d.  at  $1 

Fares 


cts. 


135  00 

27  00 
133   35 


295   35 


T.  A.  MoElhanney.  General  Survey  Business.  1919, — Affaires  genirales  d'arpenlagcs 

Personal  services:    in  field,  210  d.  at  $7  ;    In  office,  161  d.  at  $7 

Allowance:    in  field.  210  d.  at  $4.50  ;    In  office,  161  d.  at  $1 

Assistants:  C.   J.  Harper,  99   d.  at  $7,  R.  D.   Davidson,   108   d.  at  $7;   cooks,   13   d. 

at  $3,  8  d.  at  $4.50  ;    labourers,  etc.,  14  d.  at  $6,  1  d.  at  $5,  ISi  d.  at  $4,  32  d. 

at  $2.75,  44  d.  at  $2.50 

Auto  hire,  $48  ;    board  and  lodging,  $93.20  ;    cartage,  $14.10 

Excess  baggage,  $10.15  ;    express,  $16.64  ;    fares  and  pullmans,  $411.20 

Meals  for  2  assistants  returning  home  from  survey 

Team   hire,   $22  ;    telegrams,   $14.44  ;    small    items,    $23.15 


2,597 

00 

1,106 

00 

1,885 

00 

155 

30 

437 

99 

20 

90 

59 

59 

6,261 

78 

P.  J.  McGarry,  Stadia,  1919 — Arpentage   an  Stadia 

Personal  services :    in  field,  191  d.  at  $9  ;    in  office,  127  d.  at  $9 

Allowance  :    in  field,  191  d.  at  $2.70  ;    in  office,   127  d.  at  $1 

Assistant.  B.  Hagarty.  110  d.  at  $3.50;    cooks.  173  d.  at  $3;    labourers,  etc.,  224  d 

at  $2.75,   129  d.  at  2.25 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:    assistant,  110  d.  at  $1.25;    party,  527  d 

at    $1 

Auto  hire,   $29  ;    cartage,   $11.84  ;    excess  baggage,   $43.70 

Fares  and   pullmans,   $293.95;    feed   and   stabling,   $137.50;    freight,   $215.28 

Horse,  $150  ;  horse  hire,  $40  ;  repairs  to  democrat,  $24 

Towing  cars,   $41.85  ;    wintering  horses,   $86.10  ;    wood,   $23 

Expenses  of  running  automobile:    gasoline,   448.5  gal.,   $208.45;    license,   $12;    oil, 

$29.90;    tires,  3,  $65.75;    tubes,  7,  $24.50;    retreading  tire,  $12;    various  repairs 

and   accessories,   $483.70 

Small   items 

Amount    deposited    to    Casual    Revenue 

Less — 4    horses    sold 


2,862 

00 

642 

70 

1,810 

25 

664 

50 

84 

54 

646 

73 

214 

00 

150 

95 

836 

30 

81 

24 

9 

75 

8,002 

96 

235 

00 

7.767 

96 

R.    B.    McKay,    1919,   Supplementary — Service    suppUmentaire. 
Fares,   $9.80  ;    brushes,   2,   $1.10 


10   90 


E.  S.  Martindale,  Miscellaneous — Divers,  1919 

Personal  sersices :  in  field,   245  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,   55  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:   in  field,  27   d.  at   $4.50,   218  d.   at  $3.50,   in  office,   55   d.  at   $1 

Chainman.    218    d.    at    $2.75  ;   labourers,    etc.,    10   d.    at    $4,   60   d.    at    $2.75  ;    sundry 

labour,    $32.70 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance  :  chainman,   218   d.   at  $3.50 

Board  and  lodging.   $155.20  ;  boat  fares.   $20.50  ;  cartage.  $32.39 

Expenses   of    trip   Cumberland    House    to    The    Pas 

Express,    $28.08;    fares   and    pullmans,    $4.")6.90  ;    freight,    $13.79 

Freighting,    $14.60  ;    hire    of   team    and    driver.    $112.50 

Livery  and  auto  hire,   $239  ;  snow-shoes,   2  pr.   at   $6 

Small    items 


2,700 

00 

939 

50 

837 

20 

763 

00 

208 

09 

20 

60 

498 

77 

127 

10 

251 

00 

38 

50 

6,383 

76 

K— 64 


AUDITOR  GEXERAL-S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Dominion   Lands   and    Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued  $         cis. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

R.  H.  Montgomery,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Supplementaire 

Personal    services   in    office,    9    d.    at    $9 81   00 

Allowance  in  office,    9   d.   at   $1 9   00 

Fares 35   5& 

125   55 

A.   M.  Nan-aivay,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  SuppJementaire 

Fares 130  35 

W.   H.   Xorrish,   Stadia — Arpentage   au   Stadia,   1919 

Personal  services :  in  field,   228  d.  at  $9  ;   in  office,   132  d.  at   $9 3.240   00 

Allowance:  in  Seld,  27  d.  at  $4.50,   147  d.  at  ?3.50,   54  d.  at  ?2.70  ;  in  office,  132  d. 

at    $1 913   80 

Assistants,  J.  S.  Mcintosh,  123  d.  at  $7,  J.  Carroll,  49  d.  at  $7,  E.  S.  Fry,  51  d.  at 

$3.50;   cooks,    56   d.   at   $3;   labourers,   etc..   4   d.   at   $4,   41   d.  at   ?3,   160   d.   at 

$2.75,   61    d.  at   $2.25 2,266   75 

Ration,    board    and    eauipment    allowance:    assistants,    147    d.    at    $3.50.    152    d.    at 

$1.25  ;   party,    246    d.    at   $1 950   50 

Excess  baggage,  $11.15  ;  express,  $54.76  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $469.20 535   11 

Feed  and  stabling,   $177.20;   freight,   freighting  and  cartage,    $64.20 241   40 

Hire    of    saddle    horse,    $10  ;    horse    blankets,    4,    $17 27   00 

Horseshoeing,    $25.28;    lath,    $11.40;   livery    and  auto   hire,    $91 127   68 

Photographic    work    and    supplies 29   65 

Pulling  teams  out  of  creek,    $18  ;   snow  shoes,    8   pr.,   $33 51   00 

Storing    outfit,     $10  ;     team    hire    and    horse    hire,     $204 214   00 

Telegrams  and   phones,    $19.36;   typewriting  reports,    $16.40 35   76 

Wintering  horses,  3 57   00 

Expenses  of  running  automobile:  casing,   $20T  gasoline,  2333  gal.,  $121.59;  license, 

$15.25;  oil.   $35.80;  retreading  tires,  5,   $71.25;  shock  absorbers,  1   set,   $22.50; 

storage,    $24;    tubes,    2,    $6.50;   various   repairs   and  accessories,    $237.27 554   16 

Small   items 48   04 

9,291   85 

Less — Sale    of    automobile 190   00 

9,101   85 

H.    E.    Pearson,   1919,    Supplementary — Service    Supplementaire 

Personal  services,  1 J  d.  at  $9   13  50 

Allowance    for    assistant,    4    d.    at    $3.50 14   OO 

Freight 30   00 

57   50 

T.   H.   Plunkett,  1919,  Supplementary — Service   Supplementaire 

Fare 12   85 

R.  C.  Purser,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Suppletnentaire 

Fares 240   85 

B.  E.  Read,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  Supplementaire 

Wages  of  N.  R.  Henderson,  labourer,  while  injured,    (payment  authorized  by  Order 

in   Council),   18   d.  at   $2.25 " 40  50 


IXTERIolf   liKI'MnMhAT:  i:\ I'EMHTlltE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K      65 


cts. 


Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'   Accounts — Continued 

Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpentenrs — Suite 

C.   Kinlrvt.  Sladid.  r>J:i — AriJt  nhif/c  an   Sladin 

rersDnal  sfirvices  :   in   field.   197   d.   at   $9  ;    in  oflice,   125  J   d.  at  $9 

Allowance:  in  field,  186  d.  at  $2.70,  11  d.  at  $4.50;  in  office,  125J  d.  at  $1 

.Assistants.  S.  Hunt.  71  d.  at  $7,  C.  B.  Donnelly,  55  d.  at  $7  ;  cooks,   183  d.  at  $3  ; 

labourers,   etc..   4.39   d.  at   $2.75,   16  d.   at   $2.50.    156   d.   at   $2.25 

IJation,   board    and   equipment   allowance:    assistants,    112    d.    at    $1.25;    party,    785 

d.    at    $1 

Board,   lodging,   etc.   for   C.    B.    Donnelly   while   joining  party 

Board  of  driver  and  team.  $11  ;  building  monuments,   16.    $16 

Coal,  $22.75  ;  express.  $12.25  ;  fares  and  puUmans,  $393.40 

KJxpenses    of    C.    B.    Donnelly    moving    outfit 

Ford    car,    $695.90;    freight,    $75.35;    hardware,    tools,    etc.,    $12.20 

Harness   supi)lies,    rei)air.s,    etc.,    $32.25;    horseshoeing,    etc.,    $11.30 

Horse  feed,   $63.55  ;    livery,    $41  ;    pasture,    $17.50 

Repairs  to  vehicle.«,   etc..   $32.55;    team,   $350;   wintering  horses,    2,    $70.55 

lOxpenses   of   running   automobile:    gasoline,    oil.    etc.,    $183.75;    license,    $12;    outer 

tires,  4,  $82;  inner  tubes.  2,  $7.10;  shock  absorbtrs.  1  set,  $22.50;  speedometer, 

$25 ;    various    repairs    and    accessories.    $117.30  ;     sundries.    $2.55 

Small  items 


./.    Russrll,    I'JIU.   Siipiilcinf  ntary — Service   SiippU'mentaire 
Fares     

11'.  .1.  Scott,  mm.  Supplementary — Service  Supple mentaire 
Fares 

F.  V.  Seibert.  Subdirision.  mi!) 

i'ersonal  services  :  in  field.  161  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  45  d.  at  $9 

.\llowance:  in  field.   161  d.  at  $2.70  ;  in  office,  45  d.  at   $1 

.^.ssistant:     B.    C.   Coursier,    181    d.    at   $7;     leveller,   J.    N.    McDonald,    179    d.    at 

$3.50;   cook.    176    d.    at    $3;    labourers,    etc.,    184    d.    at    $3,    1,642   d.    at    $2.25; 

bonus   of   $10   per   m.   paid   to   labourers   at    $2.25,    $300 

Ration,  board  and   equipment  allowance:   assistants,   360   d.   at   $1.25;    party,    2,002 

d.  at  $1 

Assistance     in    iireparing    final    returns 

Boat    fares.    $106.45;    delivering   horses,    $49;    express,    $19.25 

Fares  and   pullnians,    $519.50  ;    feeding   2   horses,    5   ni.,    $55 

Feed    and    stabling.    $263.70;    finding    horses.    $22 

Freight,  freighting  and  cartage,  $717.81  ;  hardware,  etc.,  $11.40   

rtarness,   4   sets,   $226  ;   harness   supplies,   repairs,    etc.,    $49.93 

Horse  collars.  3  at  $4,  5  at  $5.50  ;  horse  hire,  $25    

Horses,  12,  $1,215  ;  livery,  $165.50  ;  pack  covers,   12  at  $4.50    

Packing  and  wrapping  charges,  $126.86  ;  rent  of  cache.   5  m.,   $25 

Rope,   $29.16  ;    sleigh,    $58  ;    telegrams,    $10.12    

Wintering   horses,    2,    $92.32  ;    small    items,    $48.93    

L.KSS — Proceeds  of  sale:  wagon,  $135,  less  $10  allowance  for  sale;  harness.  $113.90; 
sleigh,  $95    


2,902 

50 

(177 

20 

3.029 

25 

925 

00 

30 

10 

27 

00 

428 

40 

74 

30 

783 

45 

43 

55 

122 

05 

4  53 

10 

452 

20 

51 

15 

F.   V.  Seibert.  Clearing  Land  by  Controlled  Fire.  19t!i — TCetloyaffc  de  terre  par  feu 

control^ 

Personal  services  :  in  field,  82  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office.  73  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  32  d.  at  $4.50  :   in  office,   73   d.   at  $1 

Cook,  41  d.  at  $3  ;  labourers,  etc..   246  d.  at  $2.25    

Oamp  equipage  allowances  in   field :   F.  V.  Seibert,   50   d.   at   40c.  ;   <<.  J.   Lonergan. 

41  d.  at  40c.  ;  party,  287  d.  at  6c 

Board  and  lodging,   $53.55  ;   cartage.   $32.50    

Developing  and  printing  films,   $21.30  ;    fares  and   pullmans,    $15.70 

Freight,  $29.86  ;  hardware  and  tools,   $59.69  ;   livery,  $22    

Provisions,    $349.53  ;   team  hire,   $10  ;    small    items,   $52.08 

Lkss — Amount   paid  by  (J.  J.   T>>nergan   for  board  while  in  canii>.   :!'^   d.   ;ii   $1.50... 


5k 


9,999   25 


13   60 


58   3t 


1.854   00 
479   70 


6,968   OC 


15,409   23 


,395 

00 

217 

00 

676 

50 

53 

62 

S6 

05 

37 

00 

111 

55 

411 

61 

2,988   33 
57   00 

2,931    33 


K — 66  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion   I^ands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Acconnts — Continued         %         cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpentenrs — Suite 
N.  C.  Stewart,  1919,  Supplementary — Service  supplementaire 

Fares   74   80 

C.  H.  Taggart,  Resurvey  of  School  Lands.  1919 — -Rearpentage  des  terres  des  ecoles 

Personal  services:  in  field,  206  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  64  d.  at  $9    

Allowance :  in  field,  206  d.  at  |3.50  ;  in  office,  64  d.  at  $1 

Labourers,  etc.:  1  d.  at  $5,   7  d.  at  $4.50,  23J  d.  at  $4,  4^  d.  at  $3.50,  2J  d.  at  $3, 

145  d.  at  $2.75,   50  d.  at  $2.50,   53  d.  at  $2.25    

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:   assistant,   192    d.   at   $3.50;   party,    50   d. 

at   $1    

Auto  hire,   $94.35 ;   cartage,    $25.50 ;    express,    $44.68    

Fares  and  pullmans,   $192.50;   feed   and  stabling,    $221.25;   freight,   $18.25 

Horseshoeing,    $21.75  ;    team  hire,    $47 . 

Wintering  horses,  2,  $69  ;  small  items,  $41.05   


C.  M.  Walker,  Resurvey  of  School  Lands — Rearpentage  des   terres  des  icoles  1919 

Personal  services :  in  field,  193  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  66  d.  at  $9 

Allowance  :  in  field,  6  d.  at  $4.50,  187  d.  at  $3.50  ;  in  office,  66  d.  at  $1 

Helper,   92   d.   at   $2.75,    95   d.   at   $2.25;   labourers,  etc.,   3   d.   at   $5.50,    8    d.   at   $5; 

man  and  team,  6  d.  at  $6    

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  helper,   187   d.  at  $3.50;  party,   14   d.  at 

$1    

Auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $279  ;  auto  storage,  $51    

Casings,  4,  $90.65  ;  express,   $29.47  ;   fares  and  pullmans,   $26.05 

Freight,  $14.70;  gasoline,   334J  gal.,   $163.90;   lath  and  wooden  posts,    $38.05 

License  for  car,  $15  ;  oil,  $15.25  ;  small  items,  $45.54    


.430 

00 

785 

00 

796 

75 

722 

00 

164 

53 

432 

00 

68 

75 

110 

05 

5,509   08 


2,331 

00 

747 

50 

559 

25 

668 

50 

330 

00 

146 

17 

216 

65 

75 

79 

5,074   86 
Less — Sale  of  Ford  car   250  00 


4,824   86 


B.   W.   Waugh,  Stadia — Arpentage   au  Stadia.  1919  - 

Personal  services :  in  field.  262  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  69  d.  at  $9    

Allowance :  in  field,  262  d.  at  $2.70  ;  in  office,  69  d.  at  $1    

Assistant,    G.    St.    J.    Bayly,    245    d.    at    $7;    cooks,    17    d.    at    $2.75,    212    d.    at    $3; 

labourers,  etc.,  372  d.  at  $2.75,  165  d.  at  $2.25 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  245  d.  at  $1.25;  party,   763   d. 

at   $1    

Cartage,  $15.60  ;  canoes,  2,  $50  ;  express,  $33.78    

Fares  and  pullmans,  $250.35  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $195.65  ;  freight,  $51.32 

Livery,  $37.60  ;  packing  and  wrapping  charges,  $13   

Placing  cache  on  Turtle  Lake,  $40 ;  ration  allowances,  board,  etc.,  $15.50 

Saddle  and  bridle,  $29.80  ;  sleighs,  1  set,  $50  ;  storage,  $35    

Team  hire,  $129.30  ;  transportation  of  party  and  outfit,  $32.75    

Veterinary  services  and  medicine    

Wintering  and  pasturing  horses,  $201.40  ;  small  items,  $50.82   

Instruments   returned    to    Topographical    Surveys    Branch :    stadia    rod    and    cover, 

$21.60;    steel    tape,    $6.45     28   05 


2,979 

00 

776 

40 

3,792 

00 

1,069 

25 

99 

38 

497 

32 

50 

60 

55 

50 

114 

80 

162 

05 

35 

00 

252 

22 

9,911   57 
Lbss — Proceeds  of  sale:  horses,  2,   $125;   sleighs,  1   set,   $35;  wagon  and  harness, 

$25    185   00 


9,726  57 
J.  R.  Akins,  Topographical — Leves  topographiqii.es.  1920                           ===== 

Personal  services :  in  field,  218  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  148  d.  at  $9    3,294  00 

Allowance :  in  field,  1  d.  at  $2.70,  186  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  179  d.  at  $1 842  00 

Assistants,  F.  H.  Wrong,  310J  d.  at  ?7,  J.  D.   Tully,  129   d.  at  $4;  cooks,   44   d.  at 

$3.50,  120  d.  at  $4  ;  car  drivers,  91  d.  at  $2.75,  203  d.  at  $3.25 4,233  50 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:   assistants,   267   d.   at   $1.80;    party,   458 

d.   at  $1.35    1,098  90 

Coal,  $16.45  ;  express  and  cartage,  $96.34  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $147.80 260  59 

Ford  truck,  $829  ;  Ford  body,  $160  ;  freight,  $48.79 1,037  79 

Storage,   $48.25;   telegrams,   $12.73;   wagon  covers,   2,   $41.80    102  78 

Expenses    of    running    automobiles:    chains,    1    set,    $12.75;    electric    lighting    and 

starting  outfit,   $107;   gasoline,   $596.20;   licenses,    3,   $57.50;   loading  car,    $10; 

oil,    $96.87;    pull-u-out,    $25;    speedometer,    $20.50;    tires,    3,    $91.55;    tubes,    2, 

$12.40  ;  auto  repairs  and  accessories,    $295.50    1,325  27 

Travelling  expenses  of  F.  H.  Wrong,  Calgary  to  Ottawa   127  90 

Small   items    45  41 

12,368    14 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K — 67 


Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'   Accounts— Continued  $         eta. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Couiptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

J.  IS.  Alexander,  Lines  of  Levels — Lignes  de  nivellement,  luau 

rersonal  services :  in  field,  143  d.  at  $7  ;  in  office,  197  d.  at  $7 2,380  00 

Allowance:   in   field,   143    d.  at  $3.55;   in  office,    197   d.  at   $1 704  65 

Cooks.   61   d.  at   $4,   68   d.   at  $3.50;   labourers,    313    d.   at   $3.25;   333    d.    at   $2.75..  2,415   00 

Ration,  board  ancfeciuipment  allowance,  party,  775  d.  at  $1.35 1,046  25 

Auto  repairs  and  accessories,   $96.50  ;  auto  hire,  $10.80 107   30 

Auto  storage,   $29.50;  cartage,  $10.25;  coal,   $18.95 58   70 

Express.    $17.56;    fares   and   pullmans,    $56.60;    feed    and    stabling,    $136.55 210   77 

Freight,    $252.81;    gasoline,    188.25    gal.,    $112.80;    hardware    and    tools,    $18.15..  383   76 

Harness   supplies   and   repairs,    $20.90;    horse   collars,    2,    $16.50 37   40 

Horseshoeing,    $30  ;    motor    license,    $  15  ;    pasturage,    $24  .  .  .* 69   00 

Pole   and    eveners   for    democrat,    $22;    repairs    to    democrat,    $25.15 47  15 

Recovering  lost  horses,   $20;  storing  democrat,   $J2.50 32  50 

Tarpaulins,    2,    $54.31;    wintering   horses,    4,    $190.22;    small    items,    $52.60 297   13 


T.   H.   Bartley,   General  Survey   Business — Affairs   genirales   d'arpentage,  1920 

Personal  services :  in  field,   165  d.  at  $7  ;   in  office,   200   d.   at   $7 

Allowance:    in   field,    143   d.  at   $5;    22   d.   at   $4;    in   office,    200   d.    at    $1 

Cook,    2   d.    at   $3;    labourers,    etc.,    37    d.   at    $3.50 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  22  d.  at  $4;  labourer,  17  d.  at 

$1.35     

Auto  hire,   $116.75  ;   cartage,   $40.50  ;   delivering  messages,    $30 

Express,  $22.32  ;    fares  and  pullmans,   $406.70  ;    freight,   $11.76 

Photographic   work    and    supplies,    $21.93;    rent    of    canoe,    $22.50 

Stenography,    $10.20 ;    telegrams    %nd    phones,    $53.21 

Expenses  of  running  automobile  and  motorboat :  gasoline,  242|  gal.,  $145.45;   inner 

tube,  $3.75;  oil,  $11.45;  seat  covers,  $30;  speedometer,  $21.10;  storage,   $5.50; 

various   repairs   and   accessories,    $59.50 

Small  items 


,    G.   A.   Bennett,   Stadia — Arpentage  au   Stadia.  1920 

Personal  services:   in  field,   213   d.  at  $9;   in  office,    116   d.   at   $9 

Allowance:    in    field,    213    d.    at    $3.55;    in    office,    116    d.    at    $1 

Instrumentmen :  F.  T.  Garnham,  107  d.  at  $4,  J.  J.  Samson,  90  d.  at  $4;  cook, 
197  d.,  $744.80;  labourers,  etc.,  200  d.  at  $3,035,  60i  d.  at  $3,  1  d.  at  $2.50, 
9  d.  at  $2,  186  d.,  $530 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  197  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  655 
d.    at    $1.35 

Democrat   cover,    $11.01;   express,    $29.08;    fares   and   pullmans,    $182.65 

Feed   and  stabling,    $162.25  •   freight   and   cartage,    $11.05 

Harness  supplies   and   repairs,   $12.75  ;   horse,    $140 

Horseshoeing    and    repairs    to    democrat 

Livery  and  auto  hire,  $10  ;  veterinary  fees,   $16 

Wintering   horses,    3,    $228.90;   wagon   cover,    $20.56;   small   items,    $34.61 

Less — Sale  of  canoes,   2,   $46.50;   tracing  linen  disallowed,    2   yd.,   $1.40 


E.   W.  Berry,  Lines   of  Levels — Lignes  de  nivellement,  1920. 

Personal   services:   in   field,   154   d.   at   $9;    in  office,    150   d.    at   $9 

Allowance:    in   field.    154    d.   at    $3.55;    in   office.    150    d.   at    $1 

Cook.  99  d.  at  $4,  30  d.  at  $3.50;  labourers,  etc.,  293  d.  at  $3.25,   J  d.  at  $3,   287 

d.    at    $2.75 

Ration,  board   and   equipment  allowance,   party,    709    d.    at   $1.35 

Breeching.    1   set,    $21.75;    coal,   $30.70;   delivering   outfit,    $15 

Democrat,    $1S7.50  ;    express,    $46.73;    fares    and    pullmans.    $273.60 

Feed    and  stabling,    $196.25;    feed   bags,    4,    $11.50;    freight.    $253.82 

Hardware  and  tools,    $32;  harness  supplies  and   repairs,   $33 

Carried  forward   

1— 5Jk 


7,789   61 


2,555 

00 

1,003 

00 

135 

50 

110 

95 

IST 

25 

440 

78 

44 

43 

63 

41 

276 

75 

53 

00 

4,870   07 


2.961 

00 

872 

15 

2,871 

80 

1,238 

85 

222 

74 

173 

30 

152 

75 

46 

00 

26 

00 

284 

07 

S,S48   66 
47   90 


8,800  76 


2,736 

OO 

696 

70 

2,244 

00 

957 

15 

67 

45 

507 

83 

461 

57 

65 

00 

7,735 

70 

K 68  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-19.il 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion   I^ands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued         $         cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

Brought  forward 7,735    70 

E.  W.  Berry,  Lines  of  Levels — Concluded — Lignes  de  nivellement — Fin 

Horseshoeing  and   wagon   repairs,    ?40.50  ;    pasturing   horses,    $17.75 58  25 

Pole    and    circle    for    democrat,    ?12  :     rope,     $10.60 22  60 

Veterinarj'  fees,    $15  ;   wagon   box   and   seat,    $59.  - 74  00 

Wintering  horses,    4,   $265.60  ;    small    items,    $55.10 320  70 

Expenses  of   running   automobile:    casings,    3,    $66.20;   chains,    1   set,    $4;    gasoline, 
3584    gal.,    $220.80;    gasoline   keg,    $5.05;    oil,    $25.85;    storage,    $9.75;    various 

repairs   and   accessories,    $73.95 405  60 


8,616   85 
Less — Proceeds    of    sale :    wagon,    $40  ;    wagon    box,    $10 50   00 


8,566  85 


G.  H.   Blanchet,  Svldivision,  19Z0 

Personal  services  ;  in  field,  184  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  120  d.  at  $9 2,736   00 

Allowance:  in  field,  5  d.  at  $5,   19  d.  at  $4,  160  d.  at  $3.55;  in  office.   120  d.  at  $1.  789   00 

-Assistant,   A.   Fawcett,    178   d.   at    $7;    leveller.   G.    Ross,    170    d.    at    $4;    cooks,    114 

d.  at  ^4,   39  d.   at  $3.50  ;  labourers,   etc.,   1,044  d.   at  $3.25,   37  d.  at  $3,   245  d. 

at   $2.75 6,696   25 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance  :  assistant  and  leveller,   19  d.  at  $4,  319  d. 

at    $1.80,    10    d.    at    $1.35;    party,     1,486    d.    at    $1.35 

Auto   hire,    $61.85:    bags    for   soil    samples,    50,    $10.20;    express.    $73.40 

Fares    and    pullmans,    $752.65;    feed    and    stabling,    $35.40 

Freight,    freighting    and    cartage,    $229.05;    hardware    and    tools,    $23.80 

Hire    of    motorboat,    $33 ;    lumber,    $20.60 

Ration   allowance  for  labourers,   etc..   143   d.  at  $1.35 

Repairs    to    wagon,    $10.10:    rope,    $10.20;    sundry    labour,    $435 

ream  hire.    $34.35  ;    telegrams    and   phones,    $36.17 

Expenses  of  running  automobile:  casings,  3,  $72;  chains,  1  set,  $6;  gasoline,  177.25 

gal.,    $106.50;    license,    $10;   oil,    $10.85;    retreading   tire,    $13;    storage,    $40.50; 

various  repairs   and   accessories,    $228.25 

Small   items : 

Refund  of  unused  ticket  deposited  to  Casual  Revenue,   1921-22 


2,669 

80 

145 

45 

788 

05 

252 

85 

53 

60 

193 

05 

455 

30 

70 

52 

487 

10 

52 

45 

7 

15 

15,396   57 
Less — 2    sets    of   sleighs    sold 40   00 


15,356   57 


E.   P.   Bowman,  Traverse  of  Xorthern  Lnkt'S — Belev's  des  lacs  dn   nord,  l!i20 

Personal  ser\'ices  :  in  field,  17S  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  138  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  178  d.  at  $3.55  :  in  office,  138  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  B.  H.  Segr§,  312J  d.  at  $7  ;  instrument  man,  D.  Gourley,  166  d.  at  $4  : 
cook,  160  d.  at  $3.60  ;  labourers,  etc.,  162  d.  at  $3.32,  158  d.  at  $2.85,  142  d.  at 
$2.50 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  324  d.  at  $1.80;  partv,  622  d.  at 
$1.35 " 

Accessories  for  Evinrude  motor 

Canoes,   2,   $285,  less   $55   allowance  on    2   old   ones 

Cartage,    $25  :    Evinrude    motor,    $165  ;    express,    $78.41 

Fares  and  pullmans,  $461.46  ;  freight,  $190.20    

Gasoline,   22J   cases,    $157.88;    hardware   and   tools.   $15.25 

Material  for  repairing  canoes,   $10.30  ;  oil,   $18.70 

Paddles,  8,  $23.75  ;  paint,  2i  gal.,  $16.50  ;  rent  of  canoe.  $15 55   25 

Tarpaulin,    $20;    telegrams,    $10.97:    small    items.    $52.40 83    37 


2.S44 

00 

769 

90 

4.770 

64 

1.422 

90 

41 

00 

230 

00 

26S 

41 

651 

66 

173 

13 

29 

on 

11,339    26 
I>ESs — 54    gal.    gasoline   sold 41   85 

11.297   41 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion   Liands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpentenrs — Suite 

/-,   Jirrm)!^.   Inrcsti!i<ttion   of   IjCdkIs — EnquCtcs   s7ir   Icrrcs,  I'.UO. 

Personal  services:  in  field,  172  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  211  d.  at  $9 

Allowance  :  in  field,  172  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  211  d.  at  $1 

Assistants,  A.  O.  Uonnan,  383  d.  at  $7,  N.  S.  Clouston,  326  d.  at  $7  ;  draughtsman, 
J.  N.  McDonald,  40  d.  at  $4;  cooks,  44  d.  at  $3.50,  85  d.  at  $4;  labourers,  etc., 
118  d.  at  $4,  36  d.  at  $3.50,  88  d.  at  $3.25,  10  d.  at  $3,   68  d.  at  $2.75 

itation,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  340  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  449  d.  at 
$1.35 

Auto  hire,   $01  ;   blankets,  13   pr.   at  $6  ;   bridles,   9,   $18.75 

Cartage,     $24.10;    excess    baggage,     $10.50;    express,     $204.98 

I'^ares   and   pullmans,    $790.90;    feed   and   stabling,    $414.35;    freight,    $35.30 

Harness,    1   set,    $58  ;    harness   supplies,   repairs,    etc.,    $90.30 

Horse  collars,   6  at  $8.25  ;   horse  hire,   $37  ;   horseshoeing,   $12.50 

Horses,  5,  $775  ;  livery  and  team  hire,  $70 

Pack  covers,   12,   $84  ;   packing  and   wrapping  charges,    $20.50 

Repairs    to   wagon    and    democrat 

Hope,    $18.08  ;    tarpaulin,    $15  ;    wagon,    $196 

Whilfletrees,   $10.70;   wintering  horses,   8,   $323.41;   small   items,    $68.67 

IvESS — One   horse    sold 


K— 69 


-1/.   P.    lliUlylatul.    Toi)0(jrui>hical — Leves   topoc/ruijhique.s,  J'.i.iu 

Personal  services :  in  field,  87  d.  at  $9  ;   in  office,  236  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :   in   field,   87   d.   at   $3.55  ;   in   office,   ?36   d.  at   $1 

Assistant,  L.  E.  Harris.  324  d.  at  $7  ;  draughtsmen,  J.  W.  Martin,  22  d.  at  $4,  W. 
E.  Dow,  16.3325  d.  at  $4;  cooks,  40  d.  at  $3.50,  34  d.  at  $4;  labourers,  etc., 
42  d.  at  $4,   40  d.  at  $3.50,   100  d.  at  $3.25,   125  d.  at   $2.75 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  88  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  381  d.  at 
$1.35 

Delivering  horses,   $15;   developing  jilatos,    $12.70;    express,   $22.06 

Fares  and  pullmans,  $32.90  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $30.10 

Freight,    freighting   and   cartage,    $106.04;   hardware   and   tools,    $11.90 

Harness,   packers'   supplies,    etc.,    $42.50;    horseshoeing,    $71.64 

l^ivery   and   team   hire,    $31  ;    panchronxitic  plates,    50    doz.,    $87.50 

Repairing    saddles,    $22  ;    wintering    horses,    12,    $270 

Small    items 


J.  A.  Caldcr.  Subdivision.  1920. 

Personal   services :    in  field,    ISO   d.   at   $9  :    in  office.   85   d.   at   $9 

Allowance:   in   field.    44   d.    at   $2.70,    136   d.   at   $3.55;    in   ottice,    85   d.    at   $1 

Assistant,  G.  S.  Walker,  148  d.  at  $4;  cooks,  67  d.  at  $3.50,  92  d.  at  $4;  labourers 

etc.,  29  d.  at  $5,  535  d.  at  $3.25,  149  d.  at  $3,   190  d.  at  $2.75 

Ration,   board   and  equipment   allowance:   assistant,    148   d.   at  $1.80;   party,    177   d 

at   $1,    856    d.    at    $1.35 

Boat  hire.  $19  ;  compensation  for  injuries  to  pack  horses,  $25 

Kxpress,   $53.15  ;   fares  and   pullmans,   $437.60  ;    freight,   $44.70 

Freighting  and  cartage,  $324.08  ;  hire  of  scow,  $24  ;  horse  hire,  $12 

Pack    saddles.    6,    $30.30:    small    items,    $32.19 ' 


•/.    Carroll.   Prrparut ion    of    Final    L'vtHrnn — Pn'jiarat'ion    des    relev('s   d^finitifs.    VJ20. 
Personal    services    in    office,    95    d.    at    $7 


cts. 


3.447 

00 

821 

60 

6,718 

00 

1.218 

15 

157 

75 

239 

58 

1.240 

55 

148 

30 

99 

00 

845 

00 

104 

50 

54 

30 

229 

OS 

402 

78 

15,725   59 
50   00 

15.675   59 


2,907 

00 

544 

85 

3.674 

08 

672 

75 

49 

76 

63 

00 

117 

94 

114 

14 

118 

50 

292 

00 

37 

05 

8.591  o; 


2,385   00 
686   60 

4,047   75 


1 

599 

44 

535 

360 

62 

no 

no 

4-". 

OR 

49 

9 

,720 

37 

665   00 


i:.    ir.    Caidhii.    Albrrld    <nul    B.    ('.    Hoiaulnry — Frontierc    VAlbcrta    et    dc    la 
Colombie-Britannique,    IXiO 

Personal  services  :  in  field,  150  d.  at  $15  ;  in  office,  150  d.  at  $15 4,500   00 

Allowance:   in  field,  146  d.  at  $5.55,  4  d.  at  $4.70  ;  In  office,  150  d.  at  $1 979   10 

Assistant  D.  M.  Robertson,  131  d.  at  $7  ;  cook,  122  d.  at  $3.50  ;  labourers,  etc.,  143  d. 

at   $3.50,   1,454  d.   at  $3.   387  d.   at  $2.25 7.077   2r, 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  131  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  2,106  d. 

at   $1.35 3,078   9C 

Carried   forward    15,635   2& 


K— 70 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


15,635   25 


Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

Brought   forward    

R.   W.   Cautley,  Alberta  andB.C.   Boundary — Concluded — Frontiere  de   VAlierta   et 
de  la  Colombie-Britannique — Fin 

Bells,  with  straps,  12,  $38.80;  express,  |45.21  ;  fares  and  puUmans,  $487.05... 

Feed  and  stabling,  $123.50  ;  finding  and  delivering  horses,  $30 

Freight,  freighting  and  cartage,  $626.04  ;  hardware  and  tools,  $21.25 , 

Harness  supplies,  $10.20;  hobbles,  12  pr.,  $17.80;  horse  blankets,  4  at  $9 

Horses,  47,  $3,690  ;  pack  boxes,  2,  $33.80  ;  pack  covers,  6  at  $6.50 , 

Pasturage,  $20.70  ;   photographic  work  and  supplies,   $29.05 

Rope,  $27.60  ;  sacks,  48,  $43.20  ;  saddle  blankets,  9  pr.  at  $6.75 

Storage,  $69.25;  shoeing  horses,  $16;  telegrams  and  'phones,  $17.73 , 

Wintering  horses,  7,  $148  ;  small  items,  $27.20 


571 

06 

153 

50 

647 

2U 

64 

00 

3,762 

80 

49 

75 

131 

55 

102 

98 

175 

20 

i:i.293 

38 

D.  E.  Chartrand,  Preparation  of  Final  Returns — Preparation  des  releves  definitifs 

Personal  services  in  office,   119  d.  at  $7 833  00 

W.  Christie,  Stadia — Arpentage  aii  Stadia,  1920 

Personal  services :  in  field,  176  d.   at  $9  ;   in  office,   88  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  176  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  S8  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  J.  Carroll,  175  d.  at  $7;  cook,  138  d.  at  $4,  27  d.  at  $3.50;  labourers,  etc. 

233  d.  at  $3.25,  47  d.  at  $2.75 

Kation,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,   175   d.  at  $1.80;  party,  445  d 

at  $1.35 

Canoe,  $37.50  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $157.20  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $183 

Freight,   $53.48;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $62.68;  horseshoeing,  $23.70 

Horse  blankets,   4  at  $6.50  ;   livery  and  auto  hire,   $18 

Moving  outfit,   $10;   pasturage,   $27.50;   repairs  to  vehicles,    $40.35 

Wintering  horses,   3,   $145.75  ;   small  items,    $5.06 

Refund  of  unused  ticket  deposited  to  Casual  Revenue,  1921-22 

Less — Sale   of   horse 


G.   C.   Gowper,  Stadia — Arpentage  au  Stadia,  1920 

Personal  services :  in  field,  200  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  146  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:  in  field,   200  d.  at  $3.55;   in  office,   146  d.   at   $1 

Cooks,  104  d.  at  $4,  73  d.  at  $3.50;  labourers,  etc.,  247  d.  at  $3.25,  1  d.  at  $3 
135   d.   at   $2.75 

Ration,   board   and  equipment  allowance :  party,    560   d.   at    $1.35 

Democrat,  $184  ;  express,  $31.74  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $208.25 

Feed   and   stabling,    $66.25;   Ford  car,    $988.30;    freight,    $41.22 

Hardware   and  tools,   $11.30;   harness   supplies  and   repairs,    $10.10 

Horseshoeing,   $56  ;  livery  and  auto  hire,   $10 

Pasturage,   $55;  storage,   $21.35;  vaccinating  and  dipping  horses,  $12 

Wagon    cover,   $19.35  ;    wintering  horses,    4,    $192 

Expenses  of  running  automobile:  casings,  5,  $128.65;  chains,  1  set,  $6;  gasoline, 
658i  gal.,  $354.38  ;  license,  $15  ;  oil,  $53.80  ;  shock  absorbers,  1  set,  $25  ;  slip 
covers,  $25;  speedometer,  $20.50;  storage,  $10;  tubes,  6,  $23.25;  windshield 
glass,   $15  ;   various  repairs  and  accessories,    $375.05 1,051  63 

Small    items 58   85 

Less — Proceeds  of  sale :  democrat,   $15  ;  horse,    $30 


A.  L.  Gumming,  Miscellaneous — Divers,  1920 

Personal  services:  in  field,  172  d.  at  $9;  In  office,  102  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:  in  field,  172  d.  at  $3.55;  in  office,  102  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  J.  Patterson,  163  d.  at  $7  ;    leveller,  J.  A.  Cameron,  96  d.  at  $4  ;    cook, 
119  d.  at  $4,  45  d.  at  $3.50;  labourers,  etc.,  1,093  d.  at  ^3.25,  347  d.  at  $2.75.. 

Carried  forward   9,843  60 


2,376 

00 

712 

80 

2,758 

00 

915 

75 

377 

70 

139 

86 

44 

00 

77 

85 

150 

81 

3 

00 

7,555 

77 

40 

00 

7,515 

77 

3,114 

00 

856 

00 

1,848 

50 

756 

00 

423 

99 

1,095 

77 

21 

40 

66 

00 

88 

35 

211 

35 

9,591  84 
45  00 

9,546  84 

2,466  00 
712  60 

6,665  00 

INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 71 


Dominion   Lands   and    Parks,    Snrveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

Brought   forward    

A.  L.  Gumming,  Miscellaneous — Concluded. — Divers,  1920 — Fin. 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  259  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  1,604  d. 

at  ?1.35 

Altering  and  repairing  wagon  covers,   $15  ;   democrat,   $180 

Express,   $24.75;  fares  and  pullmans,  $513.50;  feed  and  stabling,   $230.10 

Freight,  $386.52;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $29.22;  horses,  2,  $275 

Horseshoeing  and    repairs   to   wagon 

Judging  and  assisting  in   purchasing  horses,   $10;  rent  of  cache,    $15 

Wagon  paint,  $17.30;  small  items,  $52.99 


9,843   60 


2,631   60 

195   00 

768   35 

690   74 

58   70 

25   00 

70   29 


14,283   28 


L.  O.  R.  Dozois,  Lines  of  Levels — Lignes  de  nivellement  1920 

Personal  services :  in  field,  147  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  53  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  147  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  53  d.  at  $1 

Recorder,  J.  L.  Haw,   129  d.  at  $4  ;  cooks,  97  d.  at  $4,   42  d.  at  $3.50  ;  labourers, 

etc.,   362  d.  at  $3.25,  316  d.  at  $2.75 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  recorder,    129  d.   at  $1.80;   party,   817   d. 

at     $1.35 

Cartage   and    shipping   charges,    $32.75;    cement,    89    bags,    $111.24 

Coal,   3.205  tons,   $39.80;   express,    $40.82;   fares  and  pullmans,   $325.90 

Freight,  $92.24;  hardware  and  tools,  $38.25;  lumber,   $109.33 

Material    and    labour   in   fitting   up   boarding   car 

Moving  boarding  car,   $180.50  ;  rent  of  boarding  car,   146  d.,   $146 

Telegrams  and  'phones,   $12.40;    small  Items,    $73.37 

Expenses    of    running    railway    motor    car:   gasoline,    88i    gal.,    $51.10;    oil,    $8.26; 

various   repairs   and    accessories,    $63.45  ;    sundries,    $3.20 


T.    H.    Dunne,    MisceUaneous — Divers,    1920 
Original  survey,  8  miles  at  $35;  retracement  work,  33  miles  at  $25 

iS.  D.  Fau-cett,  Settlement,  1920 

Personal  services:  in  field,  167  d.  at  $9  ;  in  oflice,  201  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  167  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,   201  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  C.  A.  Lawrence,  195  d.  at  $7  ;  cooks,  89  d.  at  $4,  64  d.  at  $3.50  ;  labourers, 

etc.,  9  d.  at  $4,  40  d.  at  $3.50,  148  d.  at  $3,  118  d.  at  $2.75,  125  d.  at  $2.50 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  169  d.  at   $1.80;  party,   607   d 

at    $1.35 

Canoes,  2,  $280  ;  duck,  20  yd.,  $10  ;  excess  baggage,  $33.60 

Express,   $104.56  ;  fares  and  pullmans,   $381.95 

Freight,  freighting  and  cartage,  $386.54;  gasoline,   37  gal.,   $22.07 

Gasoline  cans,   6,   $10.50  ;  hire   of  motorboat,   $30 

Hire  of  guides,  $21  ;  making  monuments,   17   at  $2 

Paddles,   6,   $12  ;  telegrams,   $10.94  ;   towing  canoes,   $30 

Transportation  of  canoes  and  baggage,  Lac  la  Ronge  to  Montreal  Lake 

Transpottation  of  men  and  baggage 

Packing  and  wrapping  charges,  $28.80  ;  small  items,  $58.62 , 

Less — Proceeds  of  sale :  gasoline  cans,  2,  $2  ;  post-hole  auger,  $2 


W.   A.   Fletcher,  Stadia — Arpentage  au   Stadia,  I9t0 

Personal  services :  in  field,  146  d.  at  $9  ;  In  office,  40  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  146  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  40  d.  at  $1 

Articled  pupil,  D.  J.  Lewis.  21  d.  at  $4  ;  instrumentmen,  E.  J.  Johnson,  76  d.  at  $4, 
G.  T.  Blake,  48  d.  at  $4  :  cook,  17  d.  at  $3.50,  101  d.  at  $4  ;  labourers,  etc,  217 
d.  at  $3.25,  36  d.  at  $2.75 

Carried  forward   


1,800 

OC 

574 

86 

3,096 

50 

1,335 

15 

143 

99 

406 

52 

239 

82 

71 

15 

326 

50 

85 

77 

126   01 


8,206   26 


1,105 

00 

3,312 

00 

793 

85 

3,202 

00 

1,123 

65 

323 

60 

486 

51 

408 

61 

40 

50 

55 

00 

52 

94 

70 

00 

55 

00 

87 

42 

10,011    08 
4   00 


10,007   08 


1,674   00 
558   30 


1,847   75 


4,080  05 


K— 72  AUDITOR  GEyERAL.S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12   GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion    Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued         $         cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:   Comptes  des  arpentenrg — Suite 

Brought  forward 4,080   (l^ 

W.  A.  Fletcher,  Stadia — Concluded — Arpentage  au  Stadia — Fin 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  143  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  371  d.  at 
$1.35 

Auto  hire,  $22.50  ;  boat  hire,  $12  ;  dig-ging  pits,  4  d.  at  $4.50 

Express  and  cartage,  $58.93  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $161.50 

Feed   and   stabling,    $166.70 ;    freight,    $36.22 

Harness  supplies,  repairs,  etc.,   $15.05  ;  horse  blankets,   4,   $23 

Horse  collars,   2,   $18  ;  horseshoeing,   $30  ;  livery,    $24 

Rope,   $12.50  ;  team,   $450  ;   team  hire,   $62.50 

Wagon  covers,  2,  $20.65  ;  wintering  horses.  $94.25  ;  small  items,  $34.62 

Less — Sale  of  harness 


L.    E.   Fontaine,  Boundary   of  Electoral   Divisions— Limit es  des   districts  electoran.c 

1920 

Chainman,   4 J   d.   at   $5 

Board  and  lodging 

Fare,  Ottawa  to  Montreal  and  return 

Making  extract  of  the  official  plans  of  St.  Antoine  ward,  St.  Cunegonde  and  city  of 

Westmount  ■ 

Plates   of  Montreal  Atlas,   10   at   $3  ;    small   items,    $23.22 

Amount   refunded   in    1921-22 


761 

85 

52 

5(1 

220 

43 

202 

92 

38 

05 

72 

00 

525 

00 

149 

52 

6,102 

32 

5 

00 

6,097 

3  2 

22 

50 

106 

45 

7 

65 

28 

00 

53 

22 

39 

83 

257 

65 

2,700 

00 

S43 

If. 

A.  E.  Glover,  Suhdivision,  laiO 

Personal  services:   in   field,    213    d.   at    $9;   in   office,    S7    d.   at    $9 

Allowance:  in  field,  213  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,   S7   d.   at  $1 

Assistants,  G.   St.  John  Bayly,   183  d.  at  $7  ;   transitman,  H.  Greenwood,   208  d.  at 

$4;  cook,   167  d.  at  $4.50,    27   d.   at   $4;   labourers,  etc.,   48   d.   at   $3.25,    891   d. 

at    $3,    524    d.    at    $2.50     7,111   50 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:   assistants,    391   d.   at   $1.80;   party,    1,657 

d.    at    $1.35 y 

Canoes,   2,   $270  ;    cartage,    $29  ;    express,    $22.40 

Fares  and  pullmans,   $561.25;   freight,   $433.30;   gasoline,   2   cases,   $14 

Packing  and  wrapping  charges,   $42.10  ;  rent  of  warehouse,   $15 

Transportation  by  gasoline  speeder,   $113  ;   tump  Imes,   10,    $22 

Small     items 


J.  Hardouin,  Subdivision,  1920 

I'ersonal  services :  in  field,   221  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,   100   d.  at  $9 

Allowance:  in  field,  214  d.  at  $3.55,  7  d.  at  $2.70  ;  in  office,  100  d.  at  $1 

Assistants,  G.  W.  Bannister,  209  d.  at  $7,  A.  Gammon,  204  d.  at  $4;  leveller,  G. 
Palsen,  193  d.  at  $4;  cooks,  107  d.  at  $4.  88  d.  at  $3.50;  labourers,  etc.,  110 
d.  at  $4,  9  d.  at  $3.50,  651  d.  at  $3.25,  70  d.  at  $3,  598  d.  at  $2.75,  351  d.  at 
$2.25 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  603  d.  at  $1.80,  3  d.  at  $1.25; 
party,    1,984    d.    at    $1.35 

Auto   hire,    $35;   cartage,    $132.29:    express,    $141.18 

Fares  and   pullmans,    $491.30;    feed   and   stabling,    $242.30;    freight,    $25.72 

Harness  supplies  and  repairs,   $24.16,  hobbles,   12   pr.,    $23 

Horse  medicine,   etc.,    $11.55;   horses,    8.    $625;   pack   covers,    4,    $14.70 

Saddle   blankets,    14,    $49.20;    storage.    $12.05;    team    hire,    $45 

Veterinary  fees,   $15  ;  wagon  covers,   2,   $40 

Wintering    horses,    4,    $172.25;    small    items.    $77.81 


2,940 

75 

321 

40 

1,008 

90 

57 

10 

135 

00 

42 

32 

15,159 

77 

2,889 

On 

878 

60 

9,018 

50 

3,767 

55 

308 

47 

759 

32 

47 

16 

651 

25 

106 

25 

55 

00 

250 

06 

18,731   16 
Less — Four    horses    sold 196   75 

18,534   41 


lyTEh'KUi  nKi'Ain  \ii:.\t:  E\i'i:\Diri  re 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.    1 


K — 73 


Dominion   Lands   and    Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.;   Comptes  des  arpentenrs — Suite 

<7.    H.    Hcrriot,    Tovo<iraj)hical — Lev^s    touof/ranhiiiues,    tOid. 


Personal  services :    in  field,  191  d.  at  $9  ;    in  office,  175  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:    in  field,   190   d.  at  $3.55.   1  d.  at  $2.70;    in  office,   175  d.  at  ?1 

Assistant,  R.  D.  Davidson,  287  d.  at  $7;  instrument  men,  E.  H.  Drummond,  51  d. 
at  $4,  (>.  Ko.ss,  5  d.  at  $4,  P.  Whitehill,  6G  d.  at  $4,  M.  D.  Young.  :?8  d.  at  $4  ; 
cook,  88  d.  at  $4,  65  d.  at  $3.50  ;  labourers,  etc.,  138  d.  at  $3.25,  29  d.  at  $3, 
123   d.   at   $2.75 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  300  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  444  d. 
at  $1.35 

rartage,    $10.25;     fares   and   pullmans,    $246.75;     Ford    truck,    $805.19 

Freight,   $29.10;    tarpaulin,   $29.54;    tracing  linen,    10   yd.,   $11.50 

Tracing  townships,   3,  $8.50;    truck  body,  $126.25;   telegrams  and  phones,   $10.01.. 

ICxpenses  of  running  automobile:  casings,  6,  $140.40;  chains,  1  set,  $12;  gasoline, 
1,224J  gal.,  $635.51;  licenses,  3,  $30;  oil,  $117.55;  pull-u-out,  $44;  storage. 
$30  ;  tubes,  8,  $33.75  ;  starting  and  generating  system  for  Ford  car  and  install- 
ing  same,    $130  ;    various  repairs   and   accessories,    $396.20 

fimall    items 


3,294   0(1 
852    211 


4,102  2.-. 

1,139  40 

1,062  19 

70  14 

144  76 


1,569    41 
71   50 


12,305   8.- 


C.  P.  Hotchkiss,  Subdivision,  l!)iO 

Per.vonal  services  :    in  field,  238  d.  at  $9  ;    in  office,  98  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:    in  field.  219  d.  at  $3.55,  15  d.  at  $2.70,  4  d.  at  $1.85;    in  office,  98  d. 

at    $1 

A.ssistants,  C.  B.   Donnelly,   219   d.   at   $7;   instrument  men,   C.  Evans,   49   d.  at   $4. 

L.  S.  Beatty,  158  d.  at  $3.50  ;    leveller,  H.  Carmichael,  206  d.  at  $4  ;    cook,  200 

d.  at  $4,   S  a..  $30  ;  labourers,  etc.,  3  d.  at  $4.50,   159  d.  at  $4,  946  d.  at  $3.25. 

4  d.  at  $3,  549  d.  at  $2.75,  60  d.  at  $2.50,  179  d.  at  $2 

Ration,  board  and  eciuipment  allowance:    assistants,   632  d.  at  $1.80;    party,   2,115 

d.  at   $1.35 

Batteries,  21,  $13.50;    boat  fares,   $262.93;    engine  frame,   $15.. 

Evinrude    motor    accessories,     $14.75  ;      express,     freight,     freighting    and    cartage. 

$711.61 

Fares  and   pullmans,   $550.75;    gasoline,   6  cases,   $37.82,   68  gal.,   $52.84 

Hardware  and   tools,   $28.87  ;    harness   supplies  and  repairs,   $12.90 

Hire  of  5  pack  horses  at  $1.50  each  per  d 

Horsefeed,    $89.15  ;    installing   engine,    $90  ;    motor  boat,   $100 

Oakum,   $12  ;    oil,   $20.25  ;    packing  and   wrapping   charges,    $112.54 

Painting  boat,   $10  ;    pumps  for  scow,  2,  $10  ;    services  of  guides,   $131 

Team  hire,  horse  hire,  etc.,  $416  ;    telegrams  and  phones,  $36.59 

Transportation  of  horses,   $96.84  ;    wagon  cover,   $17.50 

Wintering  horses,  S,  $130  ;   small   items.   $S2.45 

Lkss — Protteeds  of  sale  :    horse,   $15  ;    pack  saddle.   $1  ;    scow,    $25 


3,024   00 
923   35 


9,689 

75 

3,992 

85 

291 

4:; 

726 

36 

641 

41 

41 

77 

37 

511 

279 

15 

144 

79 

151 

00 

452 

59 

114 

34 

212 

4  5 

20,722   74 
41   00 

20,681   74 


E.   W.   Hubbell,  Misrellaneous — Divers,  imo. 


Allowance   in   field,  160  d.  at  $5 

l.,abourer.«!.    25   d.   at   $2.50,   2   d.   at   $2 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allov/ance  for  labourers,  27  d.  at  $1.35 

Boat  fares,  $84.03  ;    building  mounds.   416  d.  at  $3 

Digging  pits,  26  sets  at  $2.50  ;    express,   $25.93  ;    fares  and  pullmans,   $229.60 

Freight,  freighting  and   cartage,   $109.32  ;    gasoline,    11   gal.,   $11 

Livery  and  auto  hire,  $14.50  ;    motor-boat  hire.   $15 

Team  hire,  horse  hire,  etc.,  $102.50  ;    small  items,  $56.43 

I.,Ess — iSale  of  bob-sleighs 


soo 

00 

66 

50 

36 

45 

1.332 

0."? 

320 

5, -5 

120 

32 

29 

50 

158 

93 

2.864 

26 

S 

00 

2,859 

20. 

K 74  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts— Continued         $  .       cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

W.  J.  Johnston,  Subdivision,  l'J20 

Personal  services :    in  field,  45  d.  at  $9  ;    in  office,  21  d.  at  $9 594  00 

Allowance :    in  field,  33  d.  at  $2.70  ;    in  office,  21  d.  at  $1 110  10 

Assistant,  J.  Gibbon,  26  d.  at  $7  ;    cooks,  8  d.  at  $4,  10  d.  at  $3.50  ;    labourers,  etc., 

38  d.  at  $5.  50  d.  at  $4,  67  d.  at  $3 840  GO 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:    assistant,   26  d.  at  $1.25;    party,  102  d. 

at  $1 134  50 

Boat  fares,  $16  ;    express,  $13.70  ;    freight  and  cartage,  $24.50 54  20 

Provisions,    $34.83  ;     small    items,    $54.47 89  30 


P.  M.  H.  Le  Blanc,  Stadia — Arpentage  au  Stadia,  1920. 

Personal  services :  in  field,  203*  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  95  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:   in  field,   203   d.   at   $3.55;    in   office,   95   d.   at   $1 

Instrument  man,  F.  W.  Smallwood,  160  d.  at  $4  ;  cooks.  111  d.  at  $4,  81  d.  at  $3.50  ; 

labourers,   etc.,    158   d.   at  $3.25  ;   122   d.  at   $2.75 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  160  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  472  d.  at 

$1.35 

Auto  hire,   $18.50  ;  express,   $25.62  ;  fares  and  pullmans,   $177.95 

Feed    and    stabling,    $199.20;    freight,    $16.43 

Harness    supplies,    repairs,    etc.,    $12.75;    pasturage,    $28.20;    storage,    $10.70 

Transportation  of  men  and  baggage 

Wagon  cover,   $10.20;   wintering  horses,   4,   $75;   small   items,   $44.55 


M.  D.  McCloskey,  Classification  of  Lands — Classement  des  terres,  I'JZO. 

Personal  services :  in  field,  169  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  227  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  169   d.  at  $3.55  ;   in  office,   227   d.  at   $1 

Assistants,  E.  F.  Gorman,  290  j  d.  at  $7,  S.  Hunt,  381  d.  at  $7  ;  draughtsman,  F. 
Shannon,  149  d.  at  $4;  cooks,  80  d.  at  $4,  71  d.  at  $3.50;  labourers,  etc.,  82 
d.  at  $4,  11  d.   at  $3.50,   141  d.  at  $3.25,   3   d.  at  $3,  127  d.  at  $2.75 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  429  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  515  d. 
at  $1.35 

Blankets,  3  pr.  at  $6.75 ;  excess  baggage,  $34.80 ;  express,  $19.50 

Fares   and   pullmans,    $457.30 ;    feed   and   stabling,    $56.10 

Freight,  $48.75  ;  freighting,  $41  ;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $30.64 

Livery   and    auto    hire,    $89.50 ;    nroving    outfit,    $10 

Pack  covers,  6,  $37.80  ;  packing  cases,   2  at  $19  ;   pasturage,   $22 

Saddle   pads,    8    at    $3.75;   storage,    $10;    wagon   cover,    $10.80 

Wintering   horses,    $243.10 ;    small    items,    $50.05 


1,822   10 


R.  H.  Knight,  Subdivision,  1920. 

Personal  services  :  in  field,  159  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  104  d.  at  $9 2,367  00 

Allowance :  in  field,  159  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  104  d.  at  $1 668  45 

Assistant,  R.  P.  Burchnall,   153  d.  at  $7  ;   instrument  man,  T.  H.  Nicholson,  156  d. 
at  $4-  leveller,  A.  H.  Melville,  156  d.  at  $4;  cook,  156  d.  at  $4;  labourers,  etc., 

198    d.   at    $3.50,    857    d.   at    $3.25,    369    d.   at    $2.75 7,436  00 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  465  d.  at  $1.80;  party,   1,580 

d.    at    $1.35 2.970  00 

Expenses  of  man  and  horse  re  delivering  outfit 77  70 

Express,    $13.98  ;    fares    and    pullmans,    $257 270  98 

Fares  on   gasoline  speeder,   $15  ;   feed  and  stabling,    $222.29 237  29 

Freight,   freighting  and   cartage,   $161.93;   harness  supplies  and  repairs,   $25.30....  187  23 

Horses,   2,   $350  ;   pack   covers,    7,    $44.54  ;   pasturage,    $10.50 405  04 

Preservo,  7  gal.,  $15.75  ;  rent  of  shack,  3  m.,  $15 30  75 

Rent  of  storehouse,   5   m.,   $60;   telegrams  and  phones,   $21.65 81  65 

Veterinary    fees   and   horse-medicine,    $19.55;    wagon    pole,    $11.25 30  80 

Wintering  horses,    15,   $538.39  ;   small   items,   $79.62 618  01 


15,380   90 


2,682 

00 

815 

61 

2,216 

50 

925 

20 

222 

07 

215 

63 

51 

65 

10 

35 

129 

75 

7,268   80 
Less — Proceeds  of  sale  :   harness,   1   set,   $15  ;   horse,    $60 75  00 


7,193   80 


3,564 

00 

826 

95 

7,048 

00 

1,467 

45 

74 

55 

513 

40 

120 

39 

99 

50 

97 

80 

50 

80 

293 

15 

14,155   99 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 75 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Dominion    Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued  $         cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpentenrs — Suite 

C.  S.  Macdonald,  Classification  of  Lands — Clusscincnt  des  terres,  I'JZO. 

Personal  services :  in  field,  159  d.  at  f  9  ;  in  office,  234  d.  at  $9 3,537  00 

Allowance :  in  field,  159  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  234  d.  at  $1 798  45 

Assistants,  G.  "W.  Bannister,  100  d.  at  $7,  A.  M.  Perry,  249  d.  at  $7,  J.  F.  Fredette, 
241  d.  at  $7  ;  cooks,  75  d.  at  $3.50,  73  d.  at  $4  ;  labourers,  etc.,  144  d.  at  $3.25, 

3J  d.  at  $3,  146  d.  at  $2.75 5,564  50 

Ration,  .board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  310  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  441J  d. 

at   $1.35 1,154  02 

Canoe    repairs,    $13.05;    cartage,    $47.50;    excess    baggage,    $12.80 73  35 

Express,  $26.63;  fares  and  pullmans,  $440.55;  feed  and  stabling,  $150.10 617  28 

Freight,    $119.09;   gasoline,    45   gal.,    $27.40;    hardware   and   tools,    $17.09 163  58 

Harness   and   pacl<ers'   supplies,    $33.41;    horse-medicine,    etc.,    $33.32 66  73 

Horses,    3,   $475;   pasturage,    $89.50;   repairing  democrat,    $12.50 577  OO 

Saddle  blanlcets,   6,   $29.25;   storage,   etc.,   $41;   taxi   hire,    $13.50 83  75 

Wintering  horse,   4   m.,   $40  ;   small   items,    $96.10 136  10 


12,771   76 
Less — Proceeds  of  sale:  canoes,  2,  $30;  films,  $3.60;  horses,  2,  $110;  saddle,  $10..  153  60 


P.    J.    McGarry,   Stadia — Arpentage    au   Stadia,    lOSO. 

Personal   services :  in  field,  209  d.  at  $9  ;   in  office,   92  d.  at   $9 

Allowance:  in  field,  34  d.  at  $4,  175  d.  at  $3.55;   in  office,   92  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  A.  H.  King,   208  d.  at  $7  ;  cook,  125  d.  at  $4,   37  d.  at  $3.50  ;   labourers, 

etc.,  26  d.  at  $3.50,  219  d.  at  $3.25,  1  d.  at  $3,  48  d.  at  $2.75,  57  d.  at  $2.50 

Ration,   board  and  equipment  allowance:   assistant,   36  d.   at  $4,   172   d.   at   $1.80; 

party,  513  d.  at  $1.35 

.A.uto  hire.   $44  ;   cartage,   $10.80  ;   democrat,    $155 

Express,   $14.80;  fares  and  pullmans,   $459.35;  feed  and  stabling,  $344 

Freight,   $99.39  ;  harness,   1  set,   $33.50  ;  harness  supplies,   $44.90 

Hire  of  motor-boat,  $27  ;  hire  of  row-boat,  $34.75 

Horses,  4,  $760  ;  pasturage,  $16  ;  rent  of  stable,   $14 

Repairs  to  democrat  and  wagon,   $24.35;  shoeing  horses,   $51.45 

Storage,  $15.70  ;  tie-out  chains,  4,  "$14  ;  small   items,  $64.51 


12,618   16 


T.   A.   McElhanney,  General  Survey  Busi7iess — A^aires  generales  d'arpentage,  1920. 

Personal  services:   in  field,   200  d.  at  $7;   in  office,  165  d.  at   $7 2,555   00 

Allowance:  in  field,  11  d.  at  $8,  188  d.  at  $5,  1  d.  at  $4.50;  in  office,  165  d.  at  $1.  1,197   50 

Auto  accessories  and  repairs,  $55.60  ;  cartage,  $21.70  ;  auto  casing,  $24.70 102   00 

Fares  and  pullmans,   $820.78  ;   feed  and  stabling,   $19 839   78 

Gasoline,   89 J   gal.,   $53.05  ;   hire  of  horse  and   driver,    11   d.,   $44 97   05 

Hire   of   motor   boat 10   00 

License  for   car,   $15  ;   livery  and  auto   hire,    $98.25 113   25 

Oil,    $10.15;    stenography,    $21.85;    team   hire,    $97 129   00 

Telegrams  and  phones,  $28.52;  use  of  canoe  and  Evinrude  motor,  $10 38  52 

Small    items 67   50 

Refund  of  unused  tickets,  deposited  to  Casual  Revenue  1921-22 7  40 


5,157   00 


W.    G.   McElhanney,   Special  Survey    of  land  in    Tp.    11,   East    of    Coast   Meridian. 

Repaid    by    Executors   of   the   Mavis    Estate    and    credited   in    error    to 

Dominion  Lands  Revenue 

Personal  services:  in  field,  W.  G.  McElhanney,  4  d.  at  $25  ;  A.  McKenzie,  5  d.  at  $5. 

Preparation    of    final    returns    3    d.    at    $23 

Board    and    lodging 

Making    tracings   at   Land    Registry,    Westminster 

Small   items    , 7  9,^ 


125 

00 

75 

00 

16 

50 

10 

00 

234   45 


2,709 

00 

849 

25 

3,165 

75 

1,146 

15 

209 

SO 

818 

15 

177 

79 

61 

75 

790 

00 

75 

80 

94 

21 

10,097   65 


R.  B.  McKay,  Retracement — Retracement,  1920 

Personal  services:  in  field,  197  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  72  d.  at  $9    2,421  00 

Allowance :  in  field,  197  d.  at  $3.55  ;  In  office,  72  d.  at  $1    771  35 

Assistant,  J.  T.  Fullerton,  182  d.  at  $7;   instrument  man,  J.   Mollard,   110  d.  at  $4; 

labourers,  etc.,  101  d.  at  $4,  75  d.  at  $3.50.  284  d.  at  $3,   209  d.  at  $2.50 3,755  00 


Carried  forward    6,947  35 


K 76  AUDITOR  GE'SERAU^  REPORT.  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued         $         cts. 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

Brought   forward    0,947   35 

7?.  B.  McKay,  Retracetnent — Concluded — Retracement — Pin. 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:   assistant,   182   d.   at  ?1.S0  ;   party,   779   d. 

at  $1.35    

Auto  hire,   $20  ;   coal,   $17.60  ;   express,   $45.85    

Fares  and  puUmans,  $299.65  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $81.15 

Freight,   $41.88  ;  horse  medicine  and  veterinary  fees,   $23.20    

Lath,   $33.45  ;  making  iron  T's  for  picketing  and  chaining,   $17 

Pasturage,    $104.25  ;    repairing    iron    T's,    $18    

Storage,  $18.50  ;  telegrams,  $12.50  ;  wintering  horses,  4,  $205.60    

Expenses   of   running    automobile:    gasoline,    396|    gal.,    $234.92;    license,    $12;    oil, 

$55.90;   storage,    $28.75;    tires,    4,    $106.85;    towing  auto,    $10;    tubes,    2,    $7.75; 

various   repairs   and   accessories,    $341.08    

Small   items    


P.  Melhuish  owd  T.  A.  Davies,  Stadia — Arpentaye  an  Stadia,  J9M 

Personal  services  of  P.  Melhuish:  in  field,  101  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  9  d.  at  $9 

Allowance  :  in  field,  101  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  9  d.  at  $1    

Personal  services  of  T.  A.  Davies:  in  field,  100  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  217  d.  at  $9. .  .  . 

Allowance :  in  field,  30  d.  at  $4,  70  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,  130  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  C.  B.  Atkins,   185  d.  at  $7  ;  cook,  151  d.  at  $4  ;  labourers,  etc.,   36  d.   at 

$5.20,  211  d.  at  $3.25,  157   d.  at  $2.75    

Ration,   board  and   equipment  allowance:   assistant,   28   d.   at   $4,    157    d.   at   $1.80; 

party,   519   d.  at  $1.35    

Auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $211.20  ;  casings,  2,  $54.60    

Delivering  horses,  $10  ;  excess,  $50.09  ;   fares  and  pullmans,  $397.80 

Feed  and  stabling,  $126.95  ;  gasoline,  221  gal.,  $125.48    

Hardware  and  tools,   $12.17  ;  harness  supplies,  repairs,  etc.,   $26.13 

Oil,   $12.38  ;   pasturage,   $78  ;   pole  for  democrat,   $21    

Retreading  tires,  2,  $27  ;   rope,  $15.87  ;  veterinary  fees,   $15 

Wagon  covers,  2,  $25.09;  wintering  horses,   4,  $239.35;  small  items,   $60.91 


A.    M.    Narraway,    General    Survey    Business — Affaires    generales    d'arpentage.    I'JZn 

Personal  services:  in  field,  147  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  218  d.  at  0  ;  bonus,  $240 

Allowance :  in  field,  147  d.  at  $5  ;  in  office,  218  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  W.  A.   Spence,   20  d.  at  $7  ;   canoemen,   18   d.   at  $3 

Ration,   board  and   equipment  allowance:   assistant,   etc.,   26J   d.    at   $4;    canoemen. 

18    d.    at    $1.35    

Auto  hire,  $60  ;  canoe  hire,  $28  ;  case  for  carrying  files,   $22.50    

Evinrude  engine,   $135.50  ;  fares  and  pullmans,   $641.55 

Ford  touring  car,   $988.30;   freight,   $28.01;   gasoline,   33   gal.,   $19 .• 

Marine  engine  accessories  and  repairs.  $134.13  ;  postage,   $11    ..., 

Steamboat  fare,  $28.30  ;  team  hire,  $15    

Telegrams   and  phones 

Expenses    of    running    automobile:    shock    absorbers,    1    set,    $22.50;    speedometer. 

$20;    tire,    $27.30;    tubes,    3,    $11.25;    various   repairs    and   accessories,    $82.70; 

sundries,  $13.85    

Small  items    


,379 

25 

83 

45 

380 

80 

65 

08 

50 

45 

122 

25 

236 

60 

797 

25 

75 

45 

10,137   9;'. 


990 

OU 

367 

55 

2,853 

00 

498 

50 

3,203 

70 

1,095 

25 

265 

80 

457 

89 

252 

43 

38 

30 

111 

38 

57 

87 

325 

35 

10.517   02 


3.525 

00 

953 

0(» 

194 

00 

130 

3-1 

110 

50 

777 

05 

1,035 

31 

145 

13 

43 

30 

57 

69 

177 

10 

60 

34 

7,209    22 


W.    H.    Xorrish,   Subdivision.   1920 

Personal  services :  in  field,  209  d.  at  $9  :   in  office,   112  d.  at  $9    2,889   00 

Allowance:  in  field,  208  d.  at  $3.55.  1  d.  at  $2.70  ;   in  office,   112  d.  at  $1 853   10 

Instrument  man,   G.    Stevenson,   165   d.   at   $4;    leveller,   H.    D.   Glen,   180   d.   at   $4; 

cook,  170  d.  at  $4;  labourers,  etc.,  170  d.  at  $3.2794,  172  d.  at  $3.0494,  330  d. 

at  $3.0409.  820  d.  at  $3.0396,  96  d.  at  $3,  69  d.  at  $2.50 T.09S   5(> 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  510  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  1,827  d. 

at  $1.35 :],384   45 

Auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $104.96  ;   auto  hire,   $24.75    129   71 

Auto  storage,  $31.50;   express,  $112.78;   fares  and  pullmans,   $913.30 1,057   5?^ 


Carried   forward    15,412   3  4 


INTERIOR  DEI' A  RTMEXT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 77 


Dominion    Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:   Comptes  des  arpenteurs — Suite 

Brought  forward   

TV.  H.  Non-ish,  Subdivision — Concluded — Fin 

Feed  and  stabling:.   $339.29;   freight,   freighting,   cartage,   etc.,    $.")41.65 

TIardware  and  tools,  $2G.41  ;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,   $56.65 

Horse  collars,  2,  $12.75  ;  hor.ses,  4,  $790  ;  horse  blankets,  6,  $21.75 

Horse  medicine,  $15.20  ;  horseshoeing,  $25  ;   inoculating  horses,   $10    

Inspecting  horses,    $10.30  ;    license   for   car,    $12    

Packing  and   wrapping  charges,    $68;    rope.    $10.45;    team   hire,    $15 

Telegrams,   $14.92  ;  wagon  cover,   $20  ;   wagons.   2,  $339    

.Small    items    

Less— Sale  of  democrat    


].',,412    3  4 


NSO    9  4 

S3  or, 

824  50 
50  20 
22  30 
93    \-> 

3  73  92 
08    92 

17,809    63 
45   00 

17,764    63 


P.   K.    Palmer,   Topoyraphiad — Levies   topographiques,   IMO 

Personal  services  :   in  field,   186  d.  at  $9  ;   in  office,   192  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:  in  field.  3  d.  at  $2.70,  1S3  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office,   192  d.  at  $1 

A.s.<5istants,  W.  P.  Daly,  218  d.  at  $7,  C.   A.  R.  Lawrence,   104  d.  at  $7;  instrument 

man.   165  d.   at  $4;   cooks.   75   d.  at   $3.50.   80   d.   at   $4;   labourers,  etc.,   189   d. 

at   $3.25.    122   d.   at    $2.75 

Ualion,  board   and  eiiuipment  allowance:  assistants.   334  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  466  d. 

at    $1.35 

Coal,    3.165    tons,    $41.25;    express.    $53.22;    fares    and    pullm'ans,    $321.20 

Ferriage,    $11.50 ;     storage,     $122.10 

Fxpenses    of    running    automobile:    chains,    3    sets.    $14.50;    gasoline,    l,418ij    gal., 

$795.20;    grease,    $10.80;   licenses,    3.    $30;    oil,    $108.15;    pull-u-out,    $16;    tires, 

10,  $265.60;  tubes,  16,  $67.50;  various  repairs  and  accessories,  $1,116.47. 
.•^inall    items 

Lkss — Sale    of    car    body 


H.  E.  Pearson,  Subdivision,  tUSti 

r^ei-.sonal  services :    in   field,    212   d.  at  $9  ;   in   office,   76   d.    at   $9 

Allowance:    in   field,    209   d.  at    $3.55;    3    d.   at    $2.70;    in   office,    76    d.    at    $1 

A.ssistant,  .T.  Russell,  196  d.  at  $7;  leveller,  .T.  F.  Muir,  191  d.  at  $4  ;  cooks,  141  d. 

at  $4.  50  d.  at  $3.50  ;  labourers,  etc..  117  d.  at  $4,  289  d.  at  $3.50,  502  d.  at  $3.25. 

291  d.  at  $2.75.  139J  d.  at  $2.50,   459   d.   at   $2.25,  76  d.  at  $2 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  387  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  2,072   d. 

at    $1.35 

Axle   for  wagon,   $12  ;  express,   $95.53  ;   fares  and  pullmans.    $401.80 

Feed,    stabling,    etc..    $290.65;    freight,    freighting    and    cartage.    $573.27 

Hardware   and    tools,    $13.60;    harnc.«;s    supplies    and    rei)airs.    $10.45 

Horses.   4,   $700  ;   horseshoeing  and  wagon   repairs,   $21.25 

Pack    covers.    6,    $25  ;    packing    and    wrapping   charges,    $121.21 

.Saddle   blankets.   6   at   $4.75;   stora.^e.    $21.50;    telegrams  and   phones.    $21.49 

Wagon.    $156;    wintering    horses.    4,    $70.15;    small    items,    $63.18 

Lkss  —.Sale  of   team    and    wagon 


3,402   00 
849   75 


4.446   25 

1.230  30 
415  67 
133    60 


2,424    22 
87   56 


12,989  35 
42  00 


12,947   35 


2,592 

00 

826 

05 

S,319 

75 

3.493 

80 

509 

33 

863 

92 

24 

05 

721 

25 

146 

21 

71 

49 

289 

33 

17,857   18 
100   00 


17,757  18 


•/.     ^^'.    Pierrr.     Topo(/r(iphiral--Lcr('.s    topof/raphi<jues.    l^iO 

IVr.s.iiial    services:    in    field.    206    d.    at    $9;    in    office.    106    d.    at    $9 

Allowance :    in    field.    206    d.    at    $3.55  ;    in    office,    106    d.    at    $1 

Assistants,   F.  W.    Beatty,    302   d.   at    $7.   O.    H.   Otterson.    190   d.   at    $4  ;    cooks,    83 

d.  at    $4.50,  109  d.  at   $4;   labourers,  etc.,   276  d.   at   $3.25,   209   d.   at  $2.75 

Ration,     board     and    equipment     allowance:     assistants.     356     d.     at     $1.80;     party, 
677    d.    at    $1.35 

r'arried   forward    


2.808    00 
837   30 


5.155   25 
1,554   75 


10,355   30 


K— 78 


AUDITOR  GEXERAUS  REPORT.  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Dominion    Lands   and    Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued 
Arpentages  des  terres   et  pares  feder.:   Comptes   des  arpenteurs — Suite 

Brought  forward 

J.   W.   Pierce,   Topographical — Concluded — Leves   topographiques — Fin 

Bags,   50.    $17;   express.    $98.26;   fares   and   pullmans,    $337.85 

Ford    car.    $988.30 ;    hardware    and   tools,    $12.45 

Expenses  of  running  automobile:  casings.  14,  $351.50;  chains,  4  sets,  $32.75; 
frame  assembly,  $21.65 ;  gasoline,  2,265J  gal.,  $1,261.18  ;  gasoline  drum, 
$11.50;  inner  tubes,  12,  $35.50;  licenses,  2,  $30;  oil,  $185.70;  seat  covers, 
$24.50;  shock  absorbers,  1  set,  $22.50;  speedometer,  $20;  truck  body,  §100; 
various    repairs    and    accessories,    $664.67 

Small    items 


$         cts. 


10,355   30 


453  11 
1,000  75 


2,761   45 
69  40 


14,640   01 


R.  C.  Purser  J  Miscellaneous — Divers,  1S20 

Personal  services :  in  field,  151  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  146  d.  at  $9 

Allowance:   in  field,    38   d.   at   ?5,    113    d.   at   $4;    in   office,    146   d.   at   $1 

Engineering   helper,    A.    Dickson,    76    d.    at    $3.25,    37    d.    at    $2.75;    labourers,    etc.. 

13  d.  at  $5,  8i  d.  at  $4,  2  d.  at  $3  ;  digging  pits,  141  at  60c 

Ration,  board  and  eauipment  allowance  for  engineering  helper,  113  d.  at  $4 

Board    and   ration    allowances,    $36.98  ;    cartage,    $21.35 

Excess    baggage,     $51.05;     express,     $41.18;     fares    and    pullmans,     $398.82 

Feed    and   stabling,    $16.90;    hire    of   pack    horses,    $22.50 

Hire    of    team    and    driver,    etc 

Rental    of    safety    deposit    box .  .  .       

Transportation   of   party   and    outfit.    $91.50;    small    items,    $35.14 


H.  E.  Read,  Lines  of  Levels — Lignes  dc.   nivellement,  19S0 

Personal  services :  in  field.  134  d.  at  $7  ;  in  office.  209  d.  at  $7 

Allowance :  in  field,   134  d.   at   $3:55  ;   in   office,   209   at   $1 

Cooks,    38   d.    at    S4.    21    d.    at    S3. 50.    31   d.    at   $3.25.    34   d.    at   $3;    labourers,    etc., 

27  d.  at   $3.25,   120   d.  at  $2.9979,   130  d.  at  $2.9942,   124  d.  at  $2.9819,   76  d. 

at   $2.75,   27  d.  at  $2.4074,   65  d.   at  $2.25 

Ration,   board  and  equipment   allowance :  party,    693    d.   at   $1.35 

Auto  hire,    $13  ;   blacksmithing,    $11  ;    cartage,    $11.50 

Coal,    $24.10 ;    express,    $48.29 ;    fares   and   pullmans,    $43.70 

Feed    and    stabling,    $137.40 ;    ferri.ige,    $10 ;    freight     $105.58 

Hardware   and    tools.    $16.34;    harness    supplies   and    repairs,    $16.40 

Horseshoeing,    etc.,    $40.70;    instrument    repairs    and    accessories.    $13 

Loading    car.    S13 ;    pasturage.    $16;    telegrams    and    phones.    $21 

Wagon,     $131.10;    wagon    cover,     $14;    wintering    horses,     4.     $210 

Expenses   of  running  automobile:    casings.    2.    $53.40;    gasoline.    268    gal.,    $164.85; 

inner  tubes.  4,  $15.65;  license,  $12;  oil,  $16.85;  storage,  $31.75;  various  repairs 

and    accessories,    $143.73 

Small  items 


2,673 

00 

788 

00 

538 

35 

452 

00 

58 

33 

491 

05 

39 

40 

289 

00 

10 

00 

126 

64 

5.465   77 


2,401 

00 

684 

70 

2.055 

00 

935 

55 

35 

50 

116 

09 

252 

98 

32 

74 

53 

70 

50 

00 

355 

10 

438 

23 

46 

50 

7.457   09 


C.  Rinfret,  Stadia — Arpentage  an  Stadia,  1929 

Personal  services:  in  field,  172  d.  at  ?9  ;  in  office,  120  d.  at  $9:   in  soil  laboratory, 

3  d.  at  $9 2,655   00 

Allowance:  in  field,,  172  d.  at  $3.55;  in  office,  120  d.  at  $1;  in  soil  laboratory,  3  d. 

at     SI 733   60 

Assistant,  P.  E.  Radley,  127  d.  at  $4;  labourers,  etc..  235  d.  at  $3.50,  66  d.  at  $3.25, 

87   d.  at  S3,   82  d.  at   $2.75 2,031   50 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant.  127  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  470  d.  at 

$1.35 863   10 

Auto  hire.  $20  ;  coal,  S13.35  :  express,   $26.59 61   94 

Fares  and  pullmans,   $339.60  ;  feed  and  stabling,   S34 373   60 

Freight,  S12.85  ;  horseshoeing,  $17.25  ;  pasturage,  S17 47   10 

Tethering  chains,    4,    $11.25:   wagon  repairs,   $10.65:  wintering  horses,    4,    S210....  231   90 

Expenses    of   running   automobile:    gasoline.    4731    gal.,    $278.47:    license.    $15;    oil, 
S35.30:  pull-u-out,   S30  :   storage,  $27.50:  tires.   3,   $74;  towing  car,   S20  ;   tubes, 

5,  $20.10  ;  various  repairs  and  accessories,  $480.07 980  44 

Small  items    66  40 


8,044   58 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K 79 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Dominion    Lands   and    Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Continued         $         cts 
Arpentages  des  terres  et  pares  feder.:  Comptes  des  arpentenrs — Suite 

N.  C.  Stewart,  Subdivision,  li)2lJ 

Personal  services :  in  field,  187  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  80  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,   187  A.  at  $3.55  ;   in  office,   80   d.  at  $1 

Assistants,  J.  Gibbon,  150  d.  at  $7,  G.  P.  Fountain,  168  d.  at  $4  ;  leveller,  E.  B. 
Purdy,  177  d.  at  $4  ;  cooks,  48  d.  at  $4,  134  d.  at  $3.50  ;  labourers,  etc.,  45  d.  at 
$3.25,  198  d.  at  $3,  96  d.  at  $2.75,  391i  d.  at  $2.50,  950  d.,  $3,034.55 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  493  d.  at  $1.80;  party,  l,862i  d. 
at  $i.35 

Blankets,    16   prs.,   $72;   boat,   $12;    express,    $155.26 

Fares  and  pullmans,   $688.45;   feed   and   stabling,   $253.20 

Freight,  freighting,  cartage,   etc.,   $353.80  ;  halters,   16,   $36 

Hardware  and  tools,  $12.64  ;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $12.68 

Horses,  8,  $610  ;  livery  and  auto  hire,   $15  ;  pack  covers,   14,  $51.10 

Packing  and  wrapping  charges,   $50.50  ;   rope,    $33.76 

Stagre  fares,   $16  ;   storage,  $26  ;  tarpaulins,   4,   $35 

Team  hire  and  horse  hire,   $58.50;   telegrams  and   phones,    $13.93 

Veterinary  fees  and  horse  medicine 

Wagon  box,  tongue,  etc.,  $60.25  ;  war  tax  on  supplies,  $19.11 

Wintering   horses,    12,    $392.50;   small   items,    $43.85 


C.   H.    Taggart,   Stadia — Arpentage   au   Stadia.  1920 

Personal  services:   in   field,   203   d.   at   $9;   in  office,   41   d.   at   $9 

Allowance:   in  field,   203  d.  at  $3.55;   in  office,   41   d.  at  $1 

Field  draughtsman,  W.  J.  Knox,  112  d.  at  $4;  cooks,   104  d.  at  $4,   89   d.  at  $3.50; 

labourers,  etc.,  169  d.   at  $3.25,    114   d.   at  $2.75 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  field  draughtsman,  112  d.  at  $1.80;  party, 

476   d.   at    $1.35 

Auto  hire,   $48  ;  cartage,  $37.50  ;  express,  $57.54 

Fares  and  pullmans,   $179.90;   feed  and  stabling,   $153.25;  freight,  $79.12 

Horse,  $100  ;  pole  for  democrat,  $20  ;  rounding  up  horses,  $10 

Team  hire,  $25  ;  telegrams  and  phones.  $10.47  ;  wintering  horses,  4,  $228.51 

Expenses   of  running  automobile:   casings,   2,    $53.70;   gasoline,    346*    gal.,   $205.05; 

inner  tubes,   2,   $7.50  ;   license,   $12  ;   oil,   $16.25  ;  storage,    $32  ;    towing   car,    $7  ; 

various  repairs  and  accessories,   $234.95 

Small   items 


2,403 

00 

743 

8E 

8,108 

55 

3,401 

77 

239 

26 

941 

65 

389 

80 

25 

32 

676 

10 

84 

26 

77 

00 

72 

43 

56 

60 

79 

36 

436 

35 

17.735   30 
Less — Proceeds  of  sale  :  horse,   $24  ;   pack  box,   75c 24   75 


17,710  55 


2,196 
761 

00 
65 

2,038 

25 

844 
143 
412 
130 
263 

20 
04 
27 
00 
98 

568 
34 

45 
95 

7,392   79 
Less — Sale    of   horse 75  00 


7,317  79 


J.  Vicars,  Miscellaneous — Divers.  1920 

Personal  services :  in  field,  190  d.  at  $9  :  in  office,  100  d.  at  $9 

Allowance :  in  field,  175  d.  at  $3.55,  15  d.  at  $2.70  ;  in  office,  100  d.  at  $1 

Assistant,  E.  S.  Fry,  189  d.  at  $4;  cook,  83  d.  at  $4,  102  d.  at  $3.50;  labourers,  etc., 

32  d.  at  $4,  23  d.  at  $3.50,  386  d.  at  $3.25,  497  d.  at  $2.75,  57  d.  at  $2.25 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistant,  178  d.  at  $1.80,  11  d.  at  $1.25;  » 

party.  1,114  d.  at  $1.35.  66  d.  at  $1 

Auto  hire.   $131  ;   boat  hire,   $22  ;   cartage,   $59 

Fares  and  pullmans,  $48.40  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $26.50  ;  freight,  $12.45 

Hire   of  pack  horses,    $55  ;   hire   of  motorboat,   $56 

Horseshoeing,   etc.,   $13;  moving  outfit,    $60;   pasturage,   $39.67 

Team  hire,  $120  ;  truck  hire,  $71.50  ;  wintering  horses,  4,  $114.22 

Small  items 


2,610 

00 

761 

75 

4,403 

00 

1,904 

05 

212 

00 

87 

35 

111 

00 

112 

6T 

305 

72 

35 

75 

10,543   29 


J.  N.  Wallace,  Line  of  Levels — Lignes  de  nivelle^nent,  1920 

Personal  services  in  office,  365  d.  at  $10  ;  bonus,  $240 3,890  00 

Miles,  C.  F.,  sr.,  engineering  clerl*:  salary,  365  d.  to  Mar.   31,  1921,  at  $5,  $1,825  ; 

arrears,   1919-20,   $150  ;  bonus,   $276 2,251   00 

Assistant  levellers:  H.  D.  Glen,  133  d.  at  $4  ;  E.  Hunter.  31  d.  at  $4  ;  G.  Polsen,  105 

d.    at    $4 1,084   00 


Carried   forward    7,225   00 


K~80 


AUDITOR   GEyERAL'S   RE/'ORT,  J920-J9.21 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


r,225    00 


1,302   75 


Dominion   Lands   and   Parks,    Surveys:    Surveyors'    Accounts — Concluded 
Arpentages    des   terres   et   pares    feder.:    Comptes    des    arpenteurs — Fin 

Brought    forward    

J.  X.  Wallace.  Line  of  Levels — Concluded — Lignes  des  nivellemenf — Fin 

Stenographers:  P.  Frederick,    6d.  at  $2.75  ;  E.  Heritage,  15  d.  at  $2.75  ;  G.  Shannon, 

7  d.  at  $2.75  ;  A.  Turner,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,003.75  ;  bonus,  $222 

Engineering  helpers:   H.  W.  Featherstone,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,320;  bonus,   $420; 

A.  Fraser,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320;  bonus,  $162;  G.  P.  Hatton,  12  m.   to  Mar. 

31,    $1,320;    bonus,    $162 

JJench  marks,  220,   $1,072.59;  book  case,   $56;  brass  plugs,   100,    $40.40 

Care  of  office  at  Calgary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 

Cartage,   $45.50;   cement,   11   sacks,   $15.55 

Expenses   of   H.    E.    Read    on   trips   from    Calgary   to   Warner   and    High    River   re 

inspection  of  horses   

Express,  $15.62  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $144.80  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $85 

Filling   bench   marks   with   concrete,    71  i    h 

Foundry  work  on  bench  marks.  $107.04  ;  freight,  $10.35   

Ice  supply,  $16.50  ;  rent  of  telephone,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $60 

Storage,   $90  ;  telegrams  and  phones,   $78.07 ' 

Repairing  and   overhauling   11    motor  cars  for  various  survey  parties 

Travelling    expenses,    etc.,    of    H.    fW.    Featherstone,    re    levelling    at    Halbrite    and 

Mortlach 

Small    items 


4 

,704 

00 

1 

,168 

99 

240 

00 

61 

05 

33 

93 

245 

42 

45 

25 

117 

39 

76 

50 

168 

07 

1 

.294 

26 

60 

45 

61 

10 

16,804   16 


Ji.  W.  Waugh  and  G.  H.  Blanchet,  Block  Outlines — Lignes  exteneures  de  blocs,  1920 

Personal  services  of  B.  W.  Waugh:  in  field,  170  d.  at  $12.50=;  in  office.  108  d.  at 
$12.50 

Allowance :  in  field,  170  d.  at  $3.55  ;  in  office.  108  d.  at  $1 

Personal  services  of  G.  H.  Blanchet:     in.  field,  39  d.  at  $9  ;  in  office,  10  d.  at  $9. .  .  . 

Allowance :  in  field,  39  d.  at  $2.70  ;  in  office,  10  d.  at  $1 

Assistants:  K.  F.  McCusker,  141  d.  at  $7,  R.  D.  Davidson,  55  d.  at  $7;  articled 
pupil,  K.  S.  Raynard,  162  d.  at  $4  ;  leveller,  A.  I.  Pon.ton,  160  d.  at  $4  ;  cooks, 
75  d.  at  $4,  76  d.  at  $3.50  ;  labourers,  etc.,  314  d.  at  $4,  1,100  d.  at  $3.25, 
28  d.   at   $3,   1,003   d.  at   $2.75.   292  d.   at   $2.25 

Ration,  board  and  equipment  allowance:  assistants,  463  d.  at  $1.80,  55  d.  at  $1.25; 
party,   2,583   d.   at   $1.35,    322   d.  at  $1 

Board  and  lodging,   $11.30;   canoes.   4,   $520;  canoe  sails,  2,   $15 

Delivering  horses,   etc.,   $21.10;   express,    $232.27;    fares  and  pullmans,    $1,602.36... 

Feed   and  stabling,    $151.73;    freight,   freighting  and    cartage,    $1,617.56 

Gasoline,   7   cases,   $5  3.25  ;   packing  and   wrappiijg  charges.    $24.90 

Paddles,  20,   $60.50  ;  rent  of  canoe.  14   d..   $28  ;  rope,   $i  5.85 

Rubberoid,    3    rolls,    $15.75;    storage,    $42;    sundry    labour,    $12.50 

Tarpaulins,  3   at   $28.75;   transportation  of  men  and  outfit.    $64.40 

Tump  lines,  24  at  $3  ;  wintering  horses,  6,  $145.20  ;  small  items.  $49.45 

T.KSS— Proceeds  of  sale :   gasolin.e.   $10.56  ;  sleighs.   3  sets  at  $25 


Board  of  Examiners  for  Dominion  Land  Surveyors 
Bureau  des  examinatenrs   des  arpenteurs  federaux 

Services  at  Ottawa:   attending  meetings  of  the  board (Page   K — 28) 

Messenger  service  at  Ottawa 

Examination  at  Calgary,  Feb.,  1921 :  J.  N.  Wallace,  presiding.  4  d.  at  $5  ;  travelling 

expenses,     $34.10 ;    supplies,    $2 

Examination    at    Edmonton,    May,    1920:  M.    P.    Bridgland,    presiding.    4    d.    at    $5; 

travelling  expenses,  $84.59  ;  room  and  furniture  rent,  $14 

Examination    at    Edmonton,    Feb.,    1921:    R.    H.    Cautley,    presiding,    3    d.    at    $5: 

room   and    furniture    rent.    $15 

l^xaminatio:^  at  Montreal,  May,  1920  :  L.  E.  Fontaine,  presiding,  travelling  expenses 
Examination    at   "\.Vinnipeg.    May,    192(0:      L.    O.    R.    Dozois,    presiding,    3    d.    at   $5; 

travelling    expenses,    $37.85 7 

Examination   at  Win.nipeg.   Feb..   1921:  R.   H.   Montgomery,   presiding,    5   d!   at   $5  ; 

travelling    expense.?,    $58.35  ;    supplies,    $10.05 

Examination  at  Vancouver.  Feb.,   1921:  W.  H.  Powell,  presiding.   7   d.   at   $5;   rent 

of  room.  $12 


3,475  00 
711  50 
441  00 
115  30 


11,556  25 

4,711  20 

546  30 

1.855  73 

1,769  29 

78  15 

104  35 

70  25 

150  65 

266  65 

25,851  62 

85  56 

25,766  06 


1.512 

50 

7 

60 

56 

10 

118 

59 

30 

00 

50 

05 

52 

85 

93 

40 

47 

00 

1,968  29 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K-— 81 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.    1 


Protection    of   Timber:    Forestry  %         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:  Sylviculture 

General  Expenses — D^penses  g^n^ralea 

Salaries  at  Ottawa (Page  K— 28)         28.170   08 

Canadian   General   Electric   Co.,   Ltd.,    Ottawa,   electrical   supplies 35  56 

Carson,    H.   Co.,    Ltd.,    Ottawa:  carrying-cases,    waterproof,    50,    $175.50;    repairing 

trunks,     $8 183   50 

Carson,    W.   J.,    Ottawa,    paint,    etc 26   47 

Department  of  Indian  Affairs,  rental  of  2.17  acres  land  on  Stony  Reserve,  12  m. 

to    Mar.    5.    1921 21   70 

Department    of    Public    Printing    and    Stationery:  printing,    $5,095.52;    stationery, 

$3,879.01  ;    parliamentary   publications,    $10.85 8,985   38 

Dominion  Press  Clippings  Agency,   clippings 165   35 

Grant-Holden-Graham,  Ltd.,  Ottawa :  water-pails,  canvas,  300,  $237 ;  carrying- 
cases,     6,    $31.82 268   82 

Greene  &  Robertson,   Ottawa,  premium  on  guarantee  bonds 406  00 

Meadows,  T.  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  London,  Eng.,  rental,  etc.,  re  exhibits  at  Exhibition,  London, 181  00 

Northern   Electric   Co.,    Ltd.,    Montreal:  bell   cord,    450  ft.,    $69.25;    push    buttons, 

etc.,    $32.53 10178 

Ontario  Hughes-Owens  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  compasses,  2  at  $40,  12  pocket  at  $5.70; 

steel  tapes,   3,  $25.50 173  90 

Post  Office  Dept. :   slugs  for  die  hubs,  9  at  $15,  1  at  $7.50;  fittings,  etc.,  $6.88 149  38 

St.    Thomas   Metal    Signs,    Ltd.:   signs,    5,180,    $413.08;    freight,    $22.33 435   41 

Superior  Mfg.  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto,  badges,  300  "  fire  ranger  " 45   42 

Topley  Co.,  Ottawa:  forestry  glasses,  50  pr.,  $1,200;  tree  calipers,  12  at  $9.45,  6  at 
$8  ;    compasses,    12  at   $5.70  ;    levels,   Abney,    2   at    $19.45  ;    sundry   instruments, 

etc.,    $85.40 1,554   10 

Watts,  E.  R.  &  Son.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  tapes,  6-50  ft.,  $28.20;  tally  registers,  6,  $24; 

repairs,    etc.,    $4.45 56   65 

Wellcome,  B.  &  Co.,  Montreal,   First  Aid  cases,   12 210   00 

Advertising:  Ashcroft  Journal,  $16;  Calgary  Farm  and  Ranch  Review,  $12« ; 
Calgary  Herald,  $65.60;  Canora  Advertiser,  $62;  Dauphin  Herald  and  Press, 
$112.60;  Edmonton  Bulletin,  $31.80;  Edmonton  Journal,  $120;  Kamloops 
Standard  Senti^iel,  $84.60;  Lethbridge  Herald,  $8;  Melfort  Journal,  $38; 
Minnedosa  Tribune,  $16;  Neepawa  Register,  $16;  Peace  River  Record,  $19; 
Prince  Albert  Daily  Herald,  $54  ;  Red  Deer  Neios.  $32  ;  Salmon  Arm  Observer, 
$22.40  ;  Swan  River  Star  and  Valley  Times,  $18  ;  The  Pas  Herald,  $19.20  ; 
Tisdale  Recorder,  $20  ;  Vancouver  Daily  Province,  $4  ;  Victoria  B.C.  Gazette, 
$17.50  ;  Winnipeg  Canadian  Poioer  Partner.  $90,  Fai-mer's  Advocate.  $129.07. 
Grain   Growers'    Guide,    $226.96,   Nor'-West  Farmer,   $209. 2a,    Tribwie,   $58.50; 

Yorkton  Enterprise,  $42 1,658   43 

Freight  and  express:  Can.  Exp.  Co.,  $15.40;  Can.  Nat.  Exp.  Co.,  $677.52;  Can. 
Nat.   Ry.,   $7.24 ;  Can.  Nor.  Ry.,    $78.87 ;   Can.   Pac.  Ry.,    $140.72  ;   Dom.   Exp. 

Co.,    $720.61 1,640   36 

Telegrams:  Can.  Nat.  Tel.  Co.,   $75.86;  Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Co.'s  Tel.,   $262.14;  G.N.W. 

Tel.  Co..   $183.02 521   02 

Various  small  payments:  auto  hire,  $16.50;  periodicals,  copies,  $73.51;  photographic 
supplies,  $38.56  ;  subscriptions  and  membership  fees,  $90  ;  sundry  items  under 
$5,     $7.10 225   67 

Travel,   etc.,   of   Ottawa   Officials — Voyages,   etc.,   des   fonctionnaires   d'Ottawa 

Dwight.  T.  W.,  expenses,  July  21  to  Jan.  24,  Ottawa  to  Montreal,  2  trips,  $44.31, 
Fredericton,  $46.85,  Toronto,  $19.60,  New  York,  $74.67,  Vancouver,  $372.70, 
Regina,    $132.87 691   00 

Finlayson,  E.  H. :  expenses  re  trip  to  attend  Imperial  Forestry  Conference,  London 
England,  June  15  to  Aug.  9,  $782.58;  Ottawa  to  Montreal,  3  trips,  $130.97, 
Toronto,    3    trips,    $51.15,    Winnipeg,    $204.75 

Lewis.    R.    G.,   expenses,   Ottawa    to   Toronto 

Millar,  W.  N.,  Toronto,  expenses,  Toronto  to  Ottawa  and  return,  3  trips,  $181.60, 
Ottawa  to  Montreal  and  return,  $30.85,  Toronto  to  Calgary  and  return,  $549.61 

Morton^   B.  R.,  expenses,   Ottawa   to  Toronto,    2   trips 

Wright,  W.  G.,  expenses,  Toronto  to  Ottawa.  $12.20,  Ottawa  to  Chalk  River  and 
return,  $42.17,  Ottawa  to  Montreal  and  return,  $39.16 

Carried    forward 


1-«K 


1,169 
38 

45 
90 

762 
42 

06 
10 

93 

53 

48,013 

02 

K_82  AUDITOR  GEyERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:   Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought    forward 48,013   02 

Indian  Head  Nursery  Station — Pepiniere  d'Indian-Head  ($57^256.01) 

Ross,  N.  M.,  chief  of  tree  planting:  10  m.  at  $2,580.  2  m.  at  $2,820;  arrears.  $160; 
bonus,    $240;    allowance   for  house   expenses,    $200;    travel,    $338.12    

Edwards,  C.  A.,  assistant  chief  of  tree  planting:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,920;  arrears, 
$100  ;  bonus,  $252  ;  travel,  $51.35    

Fisher,  S.  J.,  senior  clerk-bookkeeper:  May  6  to  July  31,  Nov.  2  to  Mar.  31  at 
$115,   $897.62  ;   bonu.s,   $84.44    

Greig,  R.,  clerk-stenographer:  Feb.   4  to  Mar.  31  at  $80;  bonus,  $36.02    

Lauder,  Miss  A.  A.,  clerk-bookkeeper:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200;  arrears,  $40; 
bonus,    $162    

Smith,  N.  F.,  clerk:  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80    (resigned)  ;  bonus,  $148 

Vidal,  J.  F.,  supervisor  at  Vidal's  Point,  7  m.  at  $15,  5  m.  at  $10 

Caretaker,  O.  R.  Coleman  :   10  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $800  ;   bonus,   $350    

Foreman,  J.  B.  Thompson  :  12  m.  less  7  d.,  $1,382.20  ;  overtime,  $12    

Gardener,  "W.  L.  Bailey:  9  m.  at  $92.50,  3  m.  at  $102.50;  overtime.  $76.95^ 

Stableman,  C.  Page :  9  m.  at  $92.50,  3  m.  at  $102.50  ;  overtime.  $75.05 

Teamsters:   P.  Adair,  $1,159.65;  W.   Fell,   $1,194.50;   A.  Johnstone,   $458.20 

Labourers,  etc.:  at  $30  per  m.,  $356.90;  at  ?25  per  m.,  $25;  at  $3,885  per  d., 
$251.98  ;  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $7,275.55    

Promoters  of  tree  planting — 

Cowie,  J.  M. :  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $125    (resigned)  ;   arrears,   $40;  bonus,  $232; 

travel,    $1,744.70    

Guiton,  W.   B. :   12   m.   to   Mar.    31,   $1,500;   arrears,    $40;    bonus,    $348;   travel, 

$1,527.60    ; 

Kennedy,   G. :    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,500;    arrears,    $40;    bonus,    $348;    travel, 

$1,561.30    

Lennox,  H.  :  Sept.   18   to  Mar.   31,  $591.50  ;   bonus,   $54    

Macdonald,  D. :  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,350;  bonus,  $360;  travel,  $1,562.29 

Macdonald,  W. :   12   m.  to  Mar.    31,   $1,500;   arrears,    $40;   bonus,   $348;   travel, 

$1,284.70    • 

Moore,   W. :    12    m.    to    Mar.    31.    $1,380;    arrears,     $70;     bonus,     $372;     travel, 

$1,492.91    

Reay,  J.:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;  arrears,  $80;  bonus,  $348;  travel,  $1,631.70 
Stevenson,   A.   P.:   June   4   to   Oct.    31   at   $116.66,    $571.58;   bonus,    $145;    team 

hire,   118   d.   at  $3  ;   travel,   $872.30    1,942   88 

Bran,  1  ton,  $37;  brush  breaker,  $61;  buggy,  $175;  cone  picking,  119%  bush., 
$115.50 ;  cartage,  $80.60  ;  duty  and  brokerage,  $83.25 ;  electrical  supplies, 
$153.50;  express,  $129.69;  freight,  $1,050.87;  furniture,  $31;  gasoline,  500J 
gal.,  $253.46;  hardware  and  toolg,  $300.94;  harness  repairs,  $95.60;  horse, 
$250;  irrigators,  3,  $62.10;  postage,  $411.90;  seed,  $337.13;  smith  work, 
$191.80 ;  sundry  repairs,  $58.95 ;  telephone  rent,  $86 ;  threshing  oats,  1,300 
bush.,  $130;  twine,  1,500  lb.,  $285;  wire  netting,  7  rolls,  $52.50;  items  under 
$25,    $137.67    4,570   46 

Amundson,  A.  J.,  Co.,  City  Point,  Wis.,  U.S.A.,  moss,  1,495  bales  at  70c 1,046   50 

Canadian  Bag  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  hessian,  4,000  yd.  at  14c 560   00 

Doon  Twines,  Ltd.,  Kitchener,  flax,  210  lb.  at  64c 134   40 

Montreal  Twine  &  Rope  Co. :  twine.  230  lb.  at  50c.  ;  freight,  $6.29 121  29 

Sutherland   Nursery    Station — Pepiniere    de    Sutherland    ($16,677.15) 

McLean.    Jas.,    superintendent:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,040;    arrears,    $120;    bonus, 

$240 ;    travel,    $143.92    2,543  92 

Foreman,  J.  "WTiitman,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31    1,387  00 

Gardener,   C.   J.   Anderson,   12   m.   to   Mar.   31    1,296  39 

Teamsters:  H.  Butler,   $793.50;   J.   McFall,   $802.30;   J.   Welch,    $1,171.25 2,767  05 

Stableman,  P.  McDeo-mott.   7  m.   less   6i  d..   $737.25;   overtime.   $35.45 772  70 

Labourers:  at  $111.50  per  m..  $1,085.50;  at  $101.50  per  m.,   $1,100.75;   at  $100  per 

m..  $100;  at  $6  per  d..  $426.90;  at  $5  per  d.,  $1,142.50;  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $2,043.  5.898  65 
Cartage  and  express.  $26.08  ;   electrical  supplies.   $50.09  ;   freight.   $42.25  ;   furniture. 
■   $66;  gasoline,  465  gal.,  $239.89;  hardware,  $124.11;  oats,  1,129  bush..  $146.77; 
postage,  $27;  pump,  $26.80;  seed,  $82.35;  smith  work,  $141.43;  telephone  rent, 

$69;   veterinary's  fees,   $27.25;   water  rates,    $88.30;    items  under   $25,    $125.11  1,282  43 

Amundson,  A.  J.,  Co.,  City  Point,  Wis.,  U.S.A.,  moss,   558  bales  at  70c 390  60 

Canadian  Bag  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  hessian,  2.000  yd.   at   14c 280  00 

Montreal  Twine  &  Rope  Co. :  twine,  109  lb.,  $54.50 ;  freight,  $3.71 58  21 


3,558 

12 

2.323 

35 

982 
187 

06 
27 

1.402 
788 
155 
1.150 
1,394 
1,216 
1.215 
2.812 

00 
00 
00 
00 
20 
95 
05 
35 

7.909 

43 

3,016 

70 

3,415 

60 

3,449 

645 

3,272 

30 
50 
29 

3,172 

70 

3,314 
3,499 

91 

70 

Carried    forward 121,946   18 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.    1 


K— 83 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  %         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies;   Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought     forward 121,946   18 

Inspection    of    Forest    Ueserves — Inspection    des    reservcn    forcstierea 

Alberta  Inspection,  Calgarj'    (?17, 548.50)  — 

Morse,  C.    H.,   district   inspector:    12   m.   to    Mar.    31,    $2,880;    arrears,   J270.38 ; 

bonus,    $240  ;    travel,    $463.54 3,853   92 

Holman,   H.   L.,   forester:    12   m.    to  Mar.    31,    $1,680;    arrears,   $262.66;    bonus, 

$42  ;  house  allowance,   $240  ;   travel,    $539.36 2,764   02 

Nelson,    S.,    senior   clerk-bookkeeper:    12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,5C0  ;    arrears,    $50; 

bonus,   $241.50    1,851   6C 

Orr,  Miss  G.  M.,  clerk-stenographer:   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,020;  arrears,   $60; 

bonus,    $222 1,302   00 

Barnes,   E.,   grazing   inspector:    318   d.   at   $6;  bonus,    $276;    travel,    $400.05..  2,584  06 

Ridgway,  A.  W.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200;  arrears,   $36;  bonus, 

$372  :   house  .illowance,   $144 1,752   00 

Travel.    R.    D.    Macdonald 147  70 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  portable  fire  engines,   2,   $780; 

hose,    linen,    3,000    ft.    at    30c.;    couplings,    rings,    etc.,    $68.36 1,748   36 

Department   of   Militia   and   Defence,    electric    cable,    10    miles   at    $39 390   00 

Auto  supplies  and  repairs,    $158.83  ;  express   and   freight,   $37.65  ;   garage   rent, 

10   m.,  $35  ;   jan.itor  service,  Mrs.   E.   Steele,   $282  ;   photographic  supplies, 

$30.82;  postage,    $236.48;   stationery,    $29.45;    telegrams,    $52.15;  telephone 

rent,    $71.50:    telejihone    tolls.    $52.15;    items    under    $25,    $168.92 1,154   96 

British  Columbia    Inspection,    Kamloops    ($21,293.91)  — 

Cameron.   D.   R.,   district  inspector:   12    m.   to  Mar.    31,   $3,000;   arrears,    $80; 

bonus.  $240  ;  travel,  $1,279.81 4,599  81 

Wey,    H..   stenographer-bookkeeper:    12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,440;   bonus,    $372..  1,812   00 

Cox.  Mrs.  M.  K.,  clerk-stenographer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $1,080;   arrears,   $70; 

bonus,  $420 1,570   00 

Parker,  H.  J.,  clerk,  6  m.  to  Oct  31,  at  $40 , 240  OO 

Labourers,    etc.:  at    $4.50    per   d.,    $261;    at    $4.25    per   d.,    $51;   at    $4    per   d., 

$2,037;    at    $3.50    per    d.,    $99.75;    at    50c.    per    h.,    $22.75 2,471   50 

Canadian    Fairbanks-Morse   Co.,    Ltd.,    Montreal :    portable    fire    engines,    7    at 

$390;    hose,    linen.    10,500    ft.    at    30c.;    coupling    etc.,    $173.43 6,053   43 

Instruments,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  repairs  to  compasses,   etc 41   25 

Militia    and   Defence    Dept.,    electric   cable,    10    miles    at    $39 390   OO 

Auto   truck,   $1,065.03;  auto   hire,   $46;   auto   licenses,   2,   $28.70;   auto  supplies, 

$189.45;    board,    $41.95;    cartage,    $149;    express,    $69.98;    freight,    $73.46; 

hardware,    $138.85;    hay.     2    tons,    $60;    horse,    $150;    horsefeed,    $26.75; 

lumber,    $36.02;    meat.    1,368    lb.,    $481.07;    postage,    $196.61;    provisions, 

$979.86;    stationery,    ?35.1.".  :    stovps,    3,    $75;    telegrams.    $97.45;    telephone 

rent,   $30.50  ;  items  under  $25,  $125.09 4,115   92 

Manitoba   Inspection,    Winnipeg    ($14,621.53)  — 

Herchmer,  F.   K..  district  inspector:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $3,000;  arrears.  $280; 

bonus.   $240;   travel,   $530.15 4,050  15 

Stevenson,  H.  I.,  assistant  inspector:  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $2,340;  arrears,  $120; 

bonus,    $240;   travel,    $755.30 3,455   30 

.■\rthur.   J.,    stenographer:  May   17   to  Oct.   8   at   $80,    $379.44;   bonus,    $87.73..  467  17 

Herchmer.  Miss   M.,   clerk-stenographer:    12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,020;    arrears, 

$60  ;    bonus,     $222 1,302  00 

Tunstell.   G.,   forester:    12  m.   to  Mar.    31,    $1,800:   arrears,    $320;  bonus,    $240; 

house   allowance,    $240;    travel,    $411.35 3,011    35 

Canadian    Fairbanks-Morse    Co.,    Ltd.,    Montreal:   portable    fire    engines,    2    at 

$390;   hose,   linen,    3.000    ft.   at   30c.;   couplings,    etc.,    $68.36 1,748   3« 

Robinson   &  Co..   Ltd..  "Winnipeg:   salmon,    2   cs.,    $30;   tongue,    3    doz.,   $18.75; 

tomatoes,  3   cs.,    $12.75 61    60 

Auto  hire,   $28.25;   postage,    $100;   provisions,    $48.20;   telegi-ams  and  telephone 

tolls,    $116.95;    telephone    rent.    $62.40;    tent,    $45.99;    typewriter    repairs, 

$28;    items    under    $25,    $95.91 525   70 

Saskatchewan    Inspection.   Prince   Albert    ($22,891.63)  — 

McFayden.    C,    district    inspector:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $3,000:    arrears,    $280; 

bonus,    $240  ;    travel.    $226.40 3,746   40 

Parker.    T.    E.    senior    clerk-bookkeeppr :    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,440;    arrears, 

$80:    bonus.    $348:    travel.    $16.82 1,884   82 

Malmann.   C    E..    forest    assistant:    7    m.    to    Oct.    31.    $1,050    (transferred    to 

Sturgeon)  :    bonus.   $175 1,225   00 

Roberts.    E.    H.,    forester:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,040;    arrears,    $360;    bonus, 

$240  :   house   allowance,    $240  ;   travel.    $743.02 3,623   02 

Coates,    F.   W..    clerk:    12    m.    to    31,    $1,140;    arrears,    $80;    bonus.    $420...  1.640  00 

Carried    forward 187,529   36 

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180 

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239 
192 

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568 

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2,167 

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j^ 84  AUDITOn  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.  1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  %         ct3. 

Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought     forward 187,529   36 

Inspection  of  Forest  Reserves — Concluded — Inspection  des  riserves  forestieres — Fin 

Saskatchewan  Inspection — Concluded. 

Benning,  G.,  forest  ranger,  Dec.   6  to  Mar.  31  at  $85,  $326.29,  bonus,  $134.36.. 

MacKay,   Miss   H.,   stenographer,   Jan.    24   to  Mar.    31.   at   $80 

MacKay,  Miss  M.,  clerk-typist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,020,  arrears,  $60,  bonus, 

$222 

Millar,   Miss   R.   H.,   stenographer,  Sept.   20   to  Dec.    31   at   $50,    $168.33,   bonus, 

$70.70 

Neely,  Miss  E.,  stenographer,  2  m.  to  May  31,   $150,  bonus,   $42 

Northgraves,   Miss   S.,   clerk-stenographer,    12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,020,   arrears, 

$56.45,    bonus,    $222 

Wallace,  Miss  N.  E.,  stenographer,  June  21  to  Sept.  15  at  $80,  $226.67  ;  bonus, 

$52.93 

Travel,    A.    B.    Connell 

Canadian    Pairbanks-Morse    Co.,    Ltd.,    Montreal:    portable    fire    engines,    3    at 

$390;    hose,   linen,   4,500    ft.    at   30c.;    couplings,    etc.,    $87.26 

Department  of  Militia  and  Defence,   electric  cable,    2   miles 

Fairmont    Gas    Engine    &    Railway    Motor    Car    Co.,    Fairn»ont,    Minn.,    U.S.A., 

gasoline   engines   for   hand    car,    2 

Ladder  Lake  Lumber  Co.,  Big  River,  expenses.  Keg  Lake  fire.  May  22  to   29, 

1919 

Revillon   Wholesale   Ltd.  :   Edmonton,    Evinrude    engines,    4 

Auto,  $835  ;  auto  supplies,  $343.55  ;  express,   $62.10  ;   freight,   $61.81  ;   hardware, 

$34.45;   postage,    $319.63;   stationery,    $43.62;   telegrams,    $65.65;    telephone 

rent.  $59  ;  telephone  sets,  4,  $155.40  ;  items  under  $25,  $187.34 

Forest   Reserves — Reserves  forestieres. 

Athabaska,    Alta.    ($11,665.88)  — 

Badgley,   W.   W.,    forest   supervisor:    12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,920,    arrears,    $100, 

bonus,    $240  ;    travel,    $322.99 

Adams,  D.,  forest  ranger :  April  1  to  30,   $100    (resigned),  bonus,   $33;   forage, 

jg        

Baillie,  O.  C,  forest  ranger:   April  1  to  May   31,   $200    (resigned),  bonus,   $27; 

forage,    $16 

Dickey,  G.,  teamster.  May  1  to  Sept.  4  at  $100 

Glenn,    J.,    forest   ranger:   May    4    to   Oct.    31   at   $100,    $590.32,    bonus,    $79.69; 

forage,    $47.23 

Hammerirck,   S.   M.,   forest  ranger:  June  1  to  Xov.   11  at  $100,   $536.67,  bonus, 

$72.45;    forage,    $40 

Harfst,  J.  D.,  forest  ranger:  May  12  to  Sept.  30  at  $100,  $464.52,  bonus,  $62.71; 

forage,    $37.16 

Hawkey,  R.  E.,   construction  foreman:   12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,380,  bonus,   $132; 

travel,     $40.30;     forage,     $96 

Holm,    L.,    forest   ranger:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,320,    overpaid,    $120    (Casual 

Revenue,   1921-22),  arrears,  $120.  bonus,   $139.50;   forage,   $96 

Millendorf,    C,    forest   ranger:    May    10    to    Mar.    31    at    $100,    $1,070.97,    bonus, 

$144.15;     forage,     $85.67 

Monaghan,  T.,  forest  ranger,  20  d.  July  and  Aug.  at  $5 

Salter,  W.,  forest  ranger.  Mar.   21  to   31 

Bed  covers,  12,  $33.63  ;  bran,  20  sacks,  $55  ;  electrical  supplies,  $25.64  ;  freight, 

$108.34;    gasoline,    46J    gal.,    $25.16;    hardware,    $276.80;    harness,    $32.29; 

kitchen    utensils,    $127.55;    lumber,    $70;    oats,    $174;    provisions,    $31.20; 

roofing,    6   rolls,   $31.50;   stoves,    2.   $28.40;   tents,   2,   $130;   wire,    41   spools, 

$243.95;     items    under     $25,     $81.28 1,474   74 

Beaver   Hills,    Sask.    ($4,794.83)  — 

Coe,  E.  P.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440,  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $102; 

travel,    $46.05 1,708   05 

Smith,  F.  A. :  teamster,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $75  ;  forest  ranger,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31 

at    $85;    overpaid,    $1,    bonus,    $229.50;    travel,    $25.30 1,245   80 

Labourers,  at   $3.50  per  d.,   $101.50,   sundry,    $28.50 130   00 

Hardware,  $87.15;  oats,  436J  bu.,  $290;  repairs  to  ranger's  house,  $139.85; 
team  hire,  $40 ;  telephone  line,  Ituna,  electrical  supplies,  $241.77  ; 
poles,    280,    $753.26;   cartage,    $99;   telephone   rent,    $32;    items   under 

$25,  $27.95 1,710   98 

Big  River,  Sask.    ($20,105.89)  — 

Moar,  G.  N.,  senior  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560,  arrears,  $244,  bonus, 

$324  ;    travel,    $254.34 2,382  34 

Carried    forward 217,144  80 


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141 

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413 

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717 

24 

649 

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564 

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1,648 

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1,795 

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79 
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INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 85 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  I         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylvicnltnre — Suite 

Brought     forward 217,144   80 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — h'iserves  foresti^res — Suite 

Big  River,  Sask. — Concluded. 

Beaubien,  L.,   foreman,  Oct.   16   to  Dec.   31  at  $165 415   12 

Beauregard,   O.,   cook,    Oct.    14    to   Dec.    27    at   $125 306  46 

Campbell,   E..    forest   ranger:    April    1    to   Jan.    21    at    $90,    $870.97    (resigned). 

arrears,   $120,   bonus,   $338.71;    forage,    $48 1,377  68 

Isbister,  G.  R.,  forest  ranger.  May  4   to  Nov.  2,  less  2  d.  June  at  $85,   $501.76, 

bonus,    $210.07 711   83 

McKenzie,    G.,    forest    ranger:    April    15    to    Mar.    31,    less    1    d.    Jan.    at    $85, 

$977.59,    bonus,     $403.67;    forage,    etc.,     $86.90 1,468   16 

Orr,  R.  K.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,080;  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $420; 

forage,  $96  ;  postage,   $1 1.717   00 

Phillips.  J.  W.,  forest  clerk,  April  1  to  July  10  at  $83.33,  $276.87,  arrears,  $16.66, 

bonus,   $116.29 409   82 

Pocha,  J.  H.,  forest  ranger,  April  20  to  Nov.  15,  less  4  d.  July  and  Aug.,  at  $85, 

$572.70,    bonus,    $235.83 ^  808   53 

Travel :  Botzow,  G.  S.,  removal  expenses  from  Porcupine,  $94.75,  sundry,  $11.05  ; 

Smith,  F.  A.,   $11.05 116  85 

Labourers,  etc.,  with  team  at  $6  per  d.,  $42,  at  $5.25  per  d.,  $372.75,  at  $5  per 

d.,  $341,  at  $4.25  per  d.,  $63.75,  at  $4  per  d.,  $1,882,  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $67.20, 

at   $2.50  per  d.,  $31.25,  at  $2  per  d.,  $233,  at  27Jc.  per  h.,   $66.78,  sundry, 

$20.50 3,120   23 

Cement,  80  sacks,  $116.80  ;  electrical  supplies,  etc.  for  telephone  line,  $1,107.58  ; 

freight,  $194.64  ;  furnace,  pipeless.  $225  ;  fire  extinguishers,  6,  $54  ;  gasoline, 

815    gal.,    $51.02;    hardware,    $763.19;    lumber,    etc.,    contract,    supervisor's 

house,   $1,241.12;   clerk's  house,   $1,257.90;   sundry,   $210.86;  oats,  724i  bu., 

$523.35  ;    patrol    boat    repairs,     $136.47  ;    provisions,    $991.46  ;    smithwork, 

$28.50;    stove,     $32;    wire    fence,    32    spools,    $193.92;     items    under    $25, 

$144.07 7,27188 

Bow   River,   Alta.    ($37,411.56)  — 

Hutchison,  J.  A.,  forest  supervisor:    6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $1,800,  6  m.  to  Mar.  31 

at  $1,920;    arrears,   $243.24;    bonus,   $6;    house  allowance,   $240;     travel, 

$358.93 2,708   17 

Macdonald.  R.  D..  junior  engineer:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800;    arrears,  $430; 

bonus,    $13.50 2,243   50 

Foran,  Wm.,  forestry  assistant:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,620;    arrears,  $60;    bonus, 

$300;    house  allowance,  $12  ;    travel,  $183.44  ;    forage,  $96 2,27144 

Atkinson,  J.  A.,  forest  ranger:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;    arrears,  $120;    bonus, 

$348;     travel,   $65.50  ;     forage,   $126 2,099  50 

Bald,  R.  B.,  forest  ranger:    May  14  to  Nov.  22  at  $85,  $536.68;   bonus,  $116.81; 

travel,    $14.40  ;     forage,    $50.52 718   41 

Boroughs.   R.  "W.,   construction   foreman:     12    m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,260;     arrears, 

$56.77;     bonus,    $396;     travel,    $32.20 1,744   97 

Bryant.  A.  H.,  forest  ranger:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;    arrears,  $120;    bonus, 

$348  ;     travel,    $149.25  ;     forage,    $96 2,153  26 

Galway,  R.,  cook  and  axeman,  Sept.  18  to  Oct.  31  at  $100 143   33 

Gibson.  A.  L.  P.,  forest  ranger:    May  5  to  Nov.  5  at  $85,  Nov.  6  to  Mar.  31  at 

$100.  $996.53;    bonus,  $370.29;    travel,  $45.40;    forage,  $86.70 1,498   92 

Graham,   F.   M.,   operating   switchboard,    9   m.    to   Dec.    31 90   00 

Harvey,  T.,  forest  ranger:    May  17  to  July  31.  Oct.  1  to  Feb.  6  at  $85,  Feb.  7  to 

to  Mar.  31  at  $100,  $747.91;    bonus,  $366.93;    travel,  $64.37;    forage,  $72..  1,251   21 

Hobkirk,  Miss  I.,  stenographer-bookkeeper:   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,080;  arrears, 

$220  ;    bonus,   $192 1,492   00 

Howard,  T.,   forest   ranger:    12   m.   to  Mar.   31,    $1,440;    arrears,   $120;    bonus, 

$348;    travel,    $97.70;     forage,    $96 2,101    70 

Howey,  H.,  forest  ranger:    May  6  to  Dec.  31   at  $85,   $666.29;    bonus.  $110.48; 

travel.    $64.10  ;     forage,    $47.77 888   64 

Jeffrey,  F..  cook,  2  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $90 180  00 

McCue,  W.  A.,  forest  ranger:    April  1  to  Nov.  9  at  $120,  $876;    arrears,  $120; 

bonus,   $211.70;    travel,   $68.45  ;    forage.   $48 1,324   16 

Malcolm.  A.,  cook:    Oct.  30  to  Nov.  16  at  $125.   $74.62;    travel,  $10.10 84   72 

Nash.  F..  forest  ranger:    May   17  to  Nov.  20  at  $85,   $522.80;    bonus,   $113.78; 

travel,    $22.75  ;     forage,    $49.20 708   63 

Spithill.  D..  packer:    Oct.  12  to  Nov.  17  at  $125,  $149.68;    travel,  $3 162   68 

Taylor.  H.  M..  forest  ranger:    12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,200;    arrears,   $50;    bonus, 

$396;     travel,    $15.10;     forage,    $S6 1,757  10 

Travel,    A.    RIdgway 100  •' 

Carried    forward 260,581   26 


K 86  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaies:   Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought    forward 260,581   26 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Riserves  forestieres — Suite 

Bow   River,   Alta. — Coticluded. 

Teamsters,  labourers,  etc.:  at  J125  per  m.,  $84.68;  at  $9  per  d.,  |97.50  ;  at  $8 
per  d.,  $120;  at  $7  per  d.,  $84;  at  $5  per  d.,  $2,106.75;  at  $4  per  d., 
$316;    at  $3.50   per  d.,   $1,496.95;    at  $3   per  d.,   $31.50;    at   45c.   per  h., 

$58.50  ;    at   40c.  per  h.,    $75.60 4,471   48 

Maclin  Motors,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  Ford  truck,   $1,035.38,  less  used  roadster,    $325.  710   38 

United   Grain   Growers,   Ltd.,   Calgary,    road-grader 527   20 

Auto  hire,  $287.60;  auto  storage,  $148;  auto  supplies  and  repairs,  $330.96; 
bacon,  803i  lb.,  $423.42  ;  cartage,  $138.33  ;  cases,  leather,  10,  $37.50  ;  dyna- 
mite, $122.37  ;  electrical  supplies,  $114.54  ;  gasoline,  116  gal.,  $67.90  ;  ham, 
4313  lb.,  $274.94;  hardware,  $305.09;  harness,  $143.74;  horsefeed,  $56.50; 
horses,  2  at  $200,  1  at  $100,  5  at  $50  ;  livery  and  horsehire,  $97.20  ;  lum- 
ber, $49.50;  meals,  $101.50;  oats,  450  bu.,  $175;  paint,  $138.23;  pro- 
vielons,  $1,529,09;  stoves,  5,  $88.66;  telephone  rent,  $100;  telephone  pole 
holes,  digging,  108,  $81  ;  telephone  tolls,  $90  ;  tents,  2,  $63  ;  tools. 
$145.64  ;    wire,    barb,    5    spools,    $35.40,    telephone,    366    lb.,    $44.13  ;    items 

under  $25,   $50.35 5,989   59 

Brazeau,  Alta,    ($16,999.44)  — 

McKenzie,    D.    M.,    forest    supervisor:    6    m.    to    Sept.    30    at    $1,800,    6    m.    to 

Mar.   31   at   $1,920,   $1,860;   arrears,   $138.20;   bonus,   $264;   travel,    $325.46.  2,587   66 

Bremner,    C,    forestry    assistant:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,620;    arrears,    $60; 

bonus,    $300;    travel,    $51.63;    forage,    $41.66 2.073    29 

Cochrane,  H.  H.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200;  bonus,  $396;  forage, 

$45 1,64100 

Couzens,  B.,  forest  ranger:  Aug.  5  to  Sept.  7  at  $100,  $110.43;  bonus,  $14.91.  125  34 

Griffin,  A.,  forest  ranger:  Aug.  7  to  Mar.  31  at  $100,   $780.65;  bonus,  $105.39; 

travel.    $20.15 906  19 

Haggerty,  G.,   forest   ranger:    12  m.   to  Mar.   31,    $1,200;  bonus,    $162;   travel, 

$16.85  ;   forage,    $69 1,447   85 

Harvey.  J.,  forest  ranger:  June  3  to  Oct.  15  at  $100,  $441.72;  bonus,  $59.63; 

travel,   $12 513  35 

Hewey.   H..  forest  ranger:  Nov.   4   to  Mar.   6   at   $85  per  m.,    $347.95;   bonus, 

$75.12  ;    travel.    $1.20 424   27 

McEvoy,  J.  v..  forest  ranger:   3   m.   to  June   30  at  $100;  bonus,    $99 399  00 

Mouncey,  A.,  forest  ranger:  June  14  to  Oct.  15  at  $100,  $405.06;  bonus,  $54.68; 

travel,   $1.35 461  09 

Thleme,    B.   J.,   clerk:    April    1    to   Sept.    4   at    $83.33,    $427.76;    arrears,    $8.83; 

bonus,  $179.67 616  26 

Woody,  B.  C,  forest  ranger:  June  17  to  Aug.  4  at  $100,  $159.57;  bonus,  $52.66.  212  23 

Firefighters  at  35c.  per  h 40  70 

Canadian    Fairbanks-Morse    Co.    Ltd.,    Calgarj',    2   velocipede    cars 178   47 

Lumber,    o*:''.,    nontrart :    r^pairinc:    supervisor's    house.     $1,477.26;    assistant's 

house,    $1,191.78;    office,    $636.19;    2   station    houses    and   fence.    $211.05..  3,516  28 

Blankets,  12  pr.,  $51.78;  cement,  feS  brl.,  $343.20;  electrical  supplies.  $77.39: 
express  and  freight,  $152.14;  fuel.  $28.20;  gasoline,  185^  gal.,  $94.60;  hard- 
ware, $228.52;  harness,  $38.86;  hay,  $289.50;  kitchen  utensils,  $128.18; 
nails,    12   kegs,   $96.45;  oats,   $77.70;  provisions,    $102.95;   repairing  tents, 

$70.75  ;    items  under   $25,    $76.24 1,856  46 

British  Columbia    ($63,017.54)  — 

Macdonald.  D.  A.,  superintendent:  May  12  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100,  $1,862.93 
(transferred    from    Ottawa);    arrears,    $280;    house    allowance,     $266.12; 

travel,   $1.254.97 3,664   02 

Smart,  Jas..  forester:  3  m.  at  $1,680,   9  m.  at  $1,800;  arrears,  $378.80;  bonus, 

$243;    house   allowance,    $180;    travel,    $198.40 2,770   20 

Weatherhead,    Miss  M.   A.,   stenographer-bookkeeper:    6    m.   to   Mar.    31  at   $90 

(transferred    from    Duck    Mountain);    bonus,    $96 636   00 

Ashton,    W.,    forest    ranger:    April    27    to    Mar.    31,    less    15    d.    Feb.    at    $100. 

$1,059.76;    bonus.    $367.40;    travel,    $179.87;    forage,    $55 1,662   03 

Booth.  G.  J.,  forest  ranger:  Aug.   6  to  Oct.  31  at  $85,   $241.29;  bonus,   $99.36; 

forage,  $14.20 354  85 

Clark,  T.,  forest  ranger:  May  7  to  Mar.  31  at  $100,  $1,080.65;  bonus,  $356.61; 

travel,    $61.08;    forage,    $72 1,570  34 

Cox,   C.  R..  truck   driver:   June  25   to  Dec.   13   at  $90,   $505.74;   travel.   $461.65.  967   39 

Damgaard,  M..  forest  ranger.  April  to  Mar.  :  at  $4  per  d..  $168.  at  $4.25  per 
d..  $38.25,  at  $85  per  m..  $112.42.  at  $100  per  m..  $900;  bonus.  $343.29; 
house  allowance,   $72;   travel,   $38.40;   forage,   $88.50 1,760  86 

Carried    forward 302,665  04 


lyTERWR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K-   87 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  %         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:  Sylvioultnre — Suite 

Broug-ht     forward 302,665   04 

Forest  I^cscrves — Continued — Reserves  foreatieres — Suite 

British  Columbia — Concluded. 

Ferguson,  W.  J.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;  arrears,  $120;  bonus, 

$348;    travel,    $122.90;    forage.    $96 2,126   90 

Glllam,  A.   M.,   forest-ranger:   April   1    to  Jan.    15    (resigned),    less   Aug.    9    to 

Sept.   8,   5.507  m.  at   $110,   2. 968   m.   at   $55    (half  pay),   $769.06;  arrears. 

$190;    bonus,    $217.73;    overpaid,    $31.44 

Gisborne.  F.  H.,  forest  ranger:  May  1  to  28  at  $5,  May  29  to  Mar.  31  at  $100. 

$1,149.68;    bonus.    $136.31;    house    allowance,    $60;    travel,    $406.60 

Hamilton.  F..  forest  ranger:  May  25  to  Nov.  27  at  $85,  $520.69  ;  bonus,  $113.33  ; 

travel,   $23.95  ;   forage,   $47.40 

Hole,  W.   H.,   teamster:  May   2b   to  Dec.  1   at   $90,   $563.22;   travel,   $51.25 

Home,    A.    P.,    foreman:    April,    $150;    travel,    $9.90 

Ingram.   .T.   S. :   labourer.   May   and  June  at   $3.50   per  d.,   $147;   forest   ranger, 

.Tuly    2    to  Oct.    26    at    $85.    $323.55;    bonus.    $52.43 

King,  H.  H.,  forest  ranger:  May  27  to  Oct.  31  at  $85,  $438.71;  bonus,  $95.49; 

travel,     $8.50  ;     forage,     $40 

Kirkpatrick,  J.   {"..,   forest   ranger:   May   1    to  Aug.   18   at  $85.   $304.35;   bonus, 

$66.84  ;  forage,  $10 

I^^eiper,  J.,  forest  ranger:  May  12  to  Oct.   31   at   $85,   $479.84;   bonus,   $197.58; 

travel,    $19.05 

McKenna.  H.  W..  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560;  arrears.  $240;  bonus, 

$324;    travel,    $104.10;    forage,    $114.25 

Mackintosh,  P.  W.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440  ;  arrears,  $120  ;  bonus, 

$348;    travel.    $346.04;    forage,    $88 

Malmo.    P.    C,    forest    ranger:    June    23    to    Sept.    13    at    $110,    $297;    travel, 

$317.75 

Mobley.    C.   V/..    forest    ranger:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31.    $1,440;    arrears,    $199.74; 

bonus.  $348  ;  house  allowance.  $132  ;  travel,  $141.75 

Moore,  W.   S.,  forest  ranger:    12   m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,200;  bonus,   $396;   travel, 

$141.85  ;    forage,    $101    

Needs,  F.  A.,  forest  ranger:   May  25  to  Sept.  8  at  $100,  Sept.   9  to  Nov.  25  at 

$.S5,  $567.41;  bonus,  $112.10;  travel,  $4;   forage,  $46.67    

Nclmes,  F.  N.,  construction  foreman:  3  m.  at  $105,  9  at  $115;  arrears,  $80.33; 

bonus,  $79.50  ;  travel,  $180.15    

Newberry,   J.    P.,    forest  ranger:    June    9    to   Nov.    24    at   $85,    $470.33;    extra 

services,   $45.33;   bonus,   $186.67;    travel,   $11.95    

Patterson,    T.,    forest    ranger:    April    29    to    Oct.    31    at    $100,    $606.67;    extra 

services,  Nov.  and  Dec.  37  d.  at  $4;  bonus,  $95.40;  travel,  $21.35;  forage, 

$48 

Rogers.  G.  J.,  forest  ranger:  May  20  to  Sept.  26  at  $85,  $361.57;  bonus.  $153.55 
Scott,  R.  W.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;  arrears,  $248.33;  bonus, 

$324  ;  house  allowance,   $108  :   travel,   $70.75  ;   forage,   $96    

Sweeten,    G.    H., .  forest   ranger:    May    31    to    Oct.    31    at    $85,    $427.74;    bonus, 

$176.13  ;  travel,  $2.20  ;  forage.  $40   

Vye,  F.  W.,  forest  ranger,  arrears,  house  allowance.  April   1   to  Mar.  8.   1920.  . 
Weyman,  J.  W.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200;  bonus,  $396;  travel, 

$58.50 ;   forage,   $93    

Williams,  G.  C,  forest  ranger:  May  12  to  Oct.  31  at  $85  per  m.,  $479.84  ;  Nov. 

and  Dec.  at  $4  per  d..  $188;  bonus,  $232.58;  travel,  $181.80;  forage,  $28.07 

Travel,  H.  Marriott   

Labourers,   etc.:   at   $G   per  d.,    $192.80;    at   $5   per  d.,    $3,555.90;    at    $4.50   per 

d.,  $85.50;  at  $4.25  per  d.,  $38.25;  at  $4  per  d..  $1,309.40;  at  $3.50  per  d., 

$1,844.50;  at  $3  per  d.,  $239.40;  at  $1  per  h.,  $29;  at  75c.  per  h.,  $18;  at 

44c.  per  h.,  $575.52    7,888   27 

Auto    hire,    $515.60;    auto    supplies,    $97.20;    beaver    board,    2.900    ft..    $182.70; 

cartage,  $210.60;  cement,   68  sacks,   $115.00;  express  and  freight,   $148.77; 

fares,    $50.05  ;    fire    finders,    4    "Osborn,"    $382.71  ;    forage,    $372.82  ;    garage 

rent,    $40;    gasoline,    3665    f?al.,    $197.68;    hardware,    $1,194.55;    harness, 

$41.05;  hay,   9.68  ton,  $404.65;  horse,  $85;  horse  hire,  $247.50;  insulators, 

500,  $85;  kitchen  utensils,  $101.40;  launch  and  boat  hire,  $229.10;   lumber, 

etc.,    ranger's   house,    contract,    $1,025.50,    lookout   stand,    $142.59;    sundry, 

$388.41;   masonry  repairs,   $122.52;   meals,   $172.25...... 6,559   25 

Oats,  $269.55;  offlce  supplies,  $46.36;  plough,  $29;  postage,  $156.52;  powder,  4 

cs.,    $60;    provisions,    $4,448.46;    sawing    machine,    9d.,    $36;    seed.    $29.40; 

smith  work,  $207.20;  stoves,  2,  $67.70;  telephone  rent.  $267.25;  telephones, 

2.   $47.25;   telephone  sets.    2,   $123.32;    telephone   tolls,   $189.75;    tent,    $33; 

wire,    telephone.    $408.91  ;    wood    fibre.    10    sacks.    $26  ;    items    under    $25, 

$84.91 6.530   58 


1.208 

23 

1,752 

59 

705 
614 
159 

37 
47 
90 

522 

98 

582 

70 

381 

19 

696 

47 

2,342 

35 

2,342 

04 

614 

75 

2,261 

49 

1,838 

85 

730 

18 

1,695 

98 

714 

28 

919 
515 

42 
12 

2,287 

08 

646 
135 

07 
10 

1,747 

50 

1,110 
2 

29 
45 

Carried    forward 352,296  8? 


K 88  AUDITOR  GEXERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought    forward 352,296   89 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Reserves   forestieres — Suite 

Clearwater,  Alta.   ($20,253.08)  — 

Smith,   A.    G.,    forest   supervisor:    12   m.    to   Mar.     31,    $1,920;    arrears,     $440; 

bonus,  $240;  house  allowance,  $240;  travel,  $334.31;   forage,   $83.31 3,257   62 

Bradley,  G.   M.,  forest  ranger:   12  m.   to  Mar.   31,  $1,200;   bonus,  $396;   travel, 

$77.95  ;  forage,  $96   1,769   95 

Burrows,  T.    C,   stenographer-bookkeeper:   April   1   to  June    5    at    $1,140,   June 

6    to   Mar.    31    at   $1,320,    $1,287.50;    arrears,    $80;    bonus,    $380.66;    travel, 

$289.57;    forage,    $91.63     2,129   36 

Campbell,  P.,  forest  ranger :  Feb.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $100,  $189.28;  bonus,  $62.46..  251   74 

Eastman,  H.  L.,  forest  ranger:   V  m.   to  Mar.   31  at  $85;   bonus,   $245;   forage, 

etc.,  $53    893   00 

Fletcher,  M.   O.,   forest  ranger:   6  m.  to  Sept.   30  at  $120    (resigned);   arrears, 

$120  ;   bonus,   $174  ;  travel,   $18.70  ;  forage,  $48    1,080   70 

Haworth,  F.  E.,  forest  ranger:  3  m.  to  June  30,  less  6  d.  May  at  $100,  $280.65  ; 

bonus,    $37.89;    travel,    $23.50;    forage,    $24    366   04 

Jefferson,   C,   forest  ranger :    3   m.   to   Sept.    30,   less   1   d.   July  at   $85   per  m., 

$252.26;   bonus,    $105;    forage,    $24    381   26 

Poulton,  A.,  clerk:  Sept.   IS  to  Mar.   31  at  $85,  $546.83;  bonus,  $119.02 665   85 

Rundell,  O.  E.,  forest  ranger:   3  m.  to  June  30  at  $100;  bonus,  $40.50;   travel, 

$7;    forage,    $24     371    50 

Scott,  "W.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;  arrears,  $120;  bonus,  $102; 

travel,    $102 ;    forage,    $96    1,860   00 

Shankland,   W.,   forest  ranger:    9    m.   at   $100,    3   m.   at   $110;    arrears,    $76.13; 

bonus,    $394;   travel,    $58.08;    forage,    $96    1,854   21 

Teamsters,   labourers,   etc.:   at  §100  per  m.,   $41.94;   at  $10  per  d.,   $30;   at  $4 

per  d.,   $36.40;   at  $3   per  d.,   $466.50;   at   $1   per  h.,    $22;   at  82ic.   per  h., 

$665.77  ;  at  75c.  per  h.,  $120  ;  at  35c.  per  h.,  $409.15    1,791   76 

Ferguson   Supply   Co.,    Calgary,   tents,    4 154   00 

Smith    Lumber    Co.,    Ltd.,    Red    Deer :    lumber    for    repairing    ranger's    station, 

contract,   1,500  ft.   flooring,   $127.50;   sundry,   $125.65    253   15 

Blankets,  24  pr.,  $82.20:  cement,  13  brl.,  $66.95;  freighting  goods,  $450;  hard- 
ware.   $311.17;   harness,   $185.02;   hay,   7.4   ton,    $229.40,   stacking,   47    ton, 

$141;    lumber,    $68.33;    oats,    241.3    bush.,    $235.30;    provisions,    $379.83; 

sleighs,  2.   $122;   stoves,  10,   $67.79;   tents,   2,   $75.95;   tools,   $263.65;   type- 
writer   repairs,    $25;    veterinary's    services,    $37;    wagon,    $186.40;    wagon 

box   and   gear,    $148.35;    items   under   $25,    $97.60    3,172  94- 

Cooking  Lake,  Alta  ($5,147.51)  — 

Bailey,  C.  E.,   senior  forest  ranger:   12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,560;   arrears,   $150; 

bonus,   $300  ;   travel,   $237.85  ;   forage,   $99.96    2,347  81 

Kelley,  F.  E.,  assistant  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  less  6  d.  Oct.  at  $85, 

$1,003.55;    bonus,    $413.22;    travel,    $3;    forage,    $35     1,454   77 

Mcintosh,  K.  L.,  forest  assistant,  arrears    20   00 

Teamsters :   at  §6  per  d.,   $63  ;  at  75c.  per  h.,   $13.50    ., 76   50 

Brush  cutter  bar,  $25;  engine,  gasoline,  $125;  hardware,  $28.30;  harrow,  $85; 

lumber,  $163.68;  mower,  $105;  pump  jack,  $15;  well,  268   ft..  $701.45 1,248   43 

Crowsnest,   Alta.    ($32,297.75)  — 

Brown,  R.  M.,  superintendent:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,220:    arrears,  $500;    bonus, 

$240;    house  allowance,  $300;    travel,   $646.13;    forage,  $99.96 4,006   09 

Abbott,  A.   L,   forest  ranger:    Mar.    22   to  Aug.   11   at   $100,    $467.74;     bonus, 

$58.79  ;     forage,   $30.77 557  30 

Bohmer,    B.    R.,    forest   ranger:     May    10    to   July    31    at    $85,    $2'30.32 ;     bonus, 

$94.84  ;    forage,  $21.68 346   84 

Boulton,  J.  H.,  forest  ranger:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;    arrears,  $120;    bonus, 

$348;     travel,    $119.31;     forage,    $96 2,123   31 

Dunbar,   W.   H.,    forest    ranger:     May    8   to    June    30   at    $85,    $150.81;     bonus, 

$62.10  ;     forage,    $14.19 227   10 

Fi-y,  G.,  forest  clerk,  Dec.  7  to  18  at  $75 29  03 

Gate,  W.  M.,  forest  ranger:    May  1  to  Sept.  4  at  $85,  $351.33;    bonus,  $77.08; 

forage,    $33.07 .• 461   48 

Green,  F.  W..  forest  ranger:    Sept.  16   to  Nov.   15   at  $85,    $170;    bonus,   $111; 

forage,   $12 293   00 

Lake,   S.,   forest   ranger:    May  17   to   Aug.   31   at   $85,    $296.13;    bonus,   $64.45; 

forage,    $27.87 388   45 

Lyndon,   W.   A.,    forest  ranger:     12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,440;     an-ears,    $118.06; 

bonus,   $324;    house  allowance,   $144;    travel,   $42.09;    forage,    $96 2,164   15 

McLeod.  J.  H.,  forest  ranger:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200;    arrears,  $60;    bonus, 

$396  ;    travel,    $116.70  ;     forage,    $96 1,868   70 

Carried    forward 390,162   93 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— ^89 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  Nc,   1 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:   Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought    forward 390,162   93 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Reserves  foresti^res — Suite 

Crowsnest,  Alta. — Concluded. 

Nash,  H.  G.,  forest  ranker:    12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,440;    arrears.   $120;    bonus, 

$286.50  ;    travel,  $22.20  ;    forage,  $96 1,964   70 

Pelletier,  Miss  A.  J.,  clerk.  May  7  to  June  21  at  $75 112  98 

Pidgeon.  Miss  L.   M.,  stenographer-bookkeeper:  April  1   to  Jan.   18  at  $90,  Jan. 

19  to  Feb.  18,  half  pay.  $910.06;    arrears,  $120;    bonus,   $161.79 1.191   85 

Ritchie,  G.  A.,  assistant  forest  ranger:    April   1   to   Nov.   9  at   $90,   Nov.   10   to 

Mar.   31  at  $100,   $1,127;    bonus,    $420;     travel,   $82.95;    forage,    $96 1,725   95 

Simpson,  Mrs.  L.  M.,  clerk:    Dec.  20  to  Mar.  31  at  $75,  $254.03;    bonus,  $62.66.  316   69 

Smith,  H.  B.,  forest  ranger:    12  m.   to   Mar.   31,   $1,320;    arrears,   $70;    bonus, 

$348;    house  allowance,   $144;     travel,   $26.15;     forage,    $96 2,004   15 

Thompson,  A.,  forest  ranger:    5  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $85;    forage,  $40 465  00 

Travel,  R.  W.  Boroughs 84   50 

Labourers,  teamsters,  etc.:  at  $10  per  d..  $315;  at  $9  per  d.,  $756;  at  $8  per 
d.,  $56;  at  $7.50  per  d.,  $216.25;  at  $6.20  per  d.,  $111.60;  at  $6  per  d., 
$888  ;  at  $5  per  d.,  $731.50  ;  at  $4  per  d.,  $630.40  ;  at  $1  per  h.,  $200  ;  at 
85c.   per  h.,   $389.30  ;    at   35c.  per  h.,   $659.29 4,953   34 

Maolin    Motor,    Ltd.,   Calgary,    Ford   truck 1,035   38 

Bacon,  122Vi2  lb.,  $75.42  ;  beef,  304  lb..  $36.48  ;  cement,  70  sacks,  $87.50  ; 
express  and  freight,  $88.14  ;  freighting  goods,  $350.98  ;  ham,  88  lb.,  $49.79  ; 
hardware,  $424.52;  horsefeed,  $27.30;  horsehlre,  $111;  janitor  service, 
J.  Slevin,  12  m.,  $155  :  kitchen  utensils,  $225.29  ;  lumber,  etc.,  for  house 
and  station  house,  contract,  $2,150.90;  sundry,  $192.19;  meals,  $80.50; 
paint,  $163.72;  provisions.  $970.69;  stoves.  5,  $145;  telephone  rent, 
$51.44 ;    telephone  tolls,   $102.90 ;    tents,   2,   $136.35 ;    wire,   $276.90 ;    items 

under  $25,   $75.75 5,977   76 

Cypress  Hills,  Alta.    ($18,085.97)  — 

Alexander,  J.  P.,  supervisor:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,920;    arrears,  $216.67;    house 

allowance,    $120  ;    travel,   $501.79 2,758   46 

Parker,  H.  A.,  acting  supervisor:    May  28  to  Mar.  31  at  $140,  $1,418.06;    bonus, 

$255.65  ;    travel,   $367.03 2,040  74 

Eldridge.   E.   N.,   forest  ranger:     May   3   to   Mar.   31    at   $85,    $929.52;    bonus, 

$382.74  ;     travel,   $32  ;     forage,    $88 1,432   26 

Fisher,  L.  E.,  forest  ranger:  April,  $83.33,  May  1.  to  Dec.  5  at  $85.  Dec.  6  to 
Mar.  31  at  $100,  $992.58;  arrears,  $15.75;  bonus,  $165.59;  travel,  $157.45; 
forage,    $96 1,510   70 

Harris,   E.  C,   forest  ranger,  June  7   to  July   20 149   50 

Hitclicock,   M.,    stenographer-bookkeeper:    fi   m.   to   Sept.   30   at   $83.33,    6   m.   to 

Mar.  31  at  $95.  $1,069.98:    arrears.  $14.19;    bonus.  $408;    travel,   $24.60..  1,616   77 

Montour.  B..  teamster:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320;    travel,   $105.05 1,425   05 

Surrey,  J.  Y.,  forest  ranger:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200;    arrears,  $80;    bonus. 

$396  ;    travel.  $136.80  ;    forage,   $96 1,908   80 

Travel,  R.  W.  Boroughs 453   75 

Labourers,  teamsters,  etc. :  at  $7  per  d..  $273  ;  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $36  ;  at  $4  per 
d.,  $108;  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $43.75;  at  $3.25  per  d.,  $227.50;  at  $3  per  d., 
$52.50  ;     at    50c.   per  h.,    $272.50 1,013   25 

Auto.  $809.58 :  auto  supplies.  $183  ;  binder  canvas,  set.  $37 ;  carbosota.  22 
brl.,  $706.58  ;  electrical  supplies,  $240.72  ;  express  and  freight,  $222.04  ; 
gasoline,  154  gal.,  $86.74;  hardware,  $356.10;  horsefeed,  $131.40;  lum- 
ber, $144.71  ;  oats,  199J  bu.,  $157.57  ;  poles,  telephone,  hauled  and  placed, 
54.    $91.80:     provisions.    $266.25;     storage,    $84;     tanks,    $246.45;     wire,    9 

spools,    $63;     items   under   $25,    $49.75 8,876   69 

Duck   Mountain.    Man.    ($23,193.75)  — 

Scrase.  F..  forest  supervisor:   April   1   to  Nov.   19   at   $1,920,   $1,221.33,  arrears. 

$340,     bonus,     $152  67.    house     allowance.     $152.67;     travel.     $300.70 2.167   37 

Watt.  R.  M..   forester:   12   m.  to  Mar.   31.   $1,800,  arrears,   $520,  bonus,   $240; 

house     allowance.     $240;     travel.     $567.40 3.367   40 

Woatherhead,  Mi.<5s  M.  A.,  stenographer-bookkeeper :  6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $90 
(transferred  to  British  Columbia),  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $96;  travel, 
$82.55 838   55 

Cairns,  J.  H..   forest  ranger:  April  1  to  July  28  at  $100,  $390.32,  bonus,  $54; 

forage,    $32 476   32 

Cobbe,  J.,  forest  ranger:   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $1,440,  arrears,  $120,  bonus,  $348; 

forage,    etc.,    $98.55 2.006   55 

Hjalmarson,  J.  I.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  $1,560,  arrears.  $384,  bonus, 

$300  ;  house  allowance,  $144  ;  forage,  etc.,  $133.40 2.521   40 


Carried    forward 439,458   79 


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22 

2,504 

no 

2,245 

90 

2.236 

70 

496 
54 

25 
00 

1,632 

741 

60 
30 

K 90  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:   Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought    f oi-ward 439,458   79 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Reserves  forestieres — Suite 

Duck  Mountain,  Man. — Concluded. 

Howell,  A.  B.,  asst.  forest  ranger:   July  25   to  Mar.   31,  at  $85,   $698.85,   bonus, 

$151.58;    forage,    etc.,    $82.79 

Inraan,   D.   C.,   forest  ranger:    12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,560,   arrears,    $384,   bonus, 

$300;    house   allowance,    $144;    forage,    etc.,    $116 : 

McDonald,  J.  A.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560,  arrears,  $226.67,  over- 
paid,   $6.67,   bonus,    $324;    forage,    etc,    $128.56 

Shiel,   W.   G.,    forest   ranger:    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,560,    arrears,    $240,   bonus, 

$324;    forage,    etc.,    $112.70 

Tate,   R.   F.,   stenographer,   5  m.   to  Mar.    31,   less  7   d.   Feb.   at   $85,    $403.75, 

bonus,    $92.50 

Winters,   L.   A.,   stenographer,   18   d.  Oct.  at  $3  per  d 

Firefighters,  etc.:  at  $10  per  d.,  $42.  at  $8  per  d.,  $90,  at  $6  per  d.,  $36,  at  $5 

per  d.,   $939.50,  at  $4  per  d.,  $285,  at  $3  per  d.,  $150,  at  $1  per  h.,   $35  ; 

sundry,     $55 

Ford  Motor  Co.,  Ford,  Ont. :  auto,  $638;  auto  supplies,  $33.30;  freight,  $70.... 
Express  and   freight,    $43.68 ;    hardware,    $91.63 ;   livery   hire,    $44.20 ;    lumber, 

$96.10;  postage,  $88;  provisions,  $183.33;  sundry  repairs,  $62.45;  telephone 

rent,   $64  ;  telephone  tolls,   $190.20  ;   rent  of  telephone  pins,   246   pr.,   1  y., 

$49.20;    tools,    $41.50;    items   under    $25,    $18 972   29 

Dundurn,  Bask.    ($2,225.14)  — 

Young,   U.    N.,   forest  ranger:   12   m.   to  Mar.    31,    $1,320,   arrears,    $200.   bonus, 

$348  ;    travel,    $28.25  ;    forage,    $96 

Granger,  G.  S.,  forest  ranger,  Dec.   and  Jan.,   24  d.  at  $2.50 

Labourers,  etc.:  with  4  horse  team  at  $1  per  hour.,  $29;  with  team  at  70c.  per 

h.,    $21;    at    40c.    per    h.,    $30.80 

Hardware,    $68.25,    items    under    $25,    $23.84 

Elbow,    Sask.    ($2,194.92)  — 

Handford,  R.  G.,  forest  ranger:   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,320,  arrears,  $200,  bonus, 

$348;    travel,    $53.30;    forage,    $96 

Labourers,    etc.:  at   $3.50   per  d.,    $73.50;    sundry,    $42 

Lumber,    $23.62;    postage   and    telephone   rent,    $38.50 

Fort  a,  la  Corne.   Sask.    ($14,115.64)  — 

Stirrett,    J.    H.,    supervisor:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,620,    arrears,    $160,    bonus, 

$324;    travel,    $741.44 

Linn,  C.  E.,  teamster:  Dec.  and  Jan.,  38  d.  at  $3  ;  travel,  $9.50 

McLay,  G.,  teamster.  Mar.  19  to  31  at  $85 

Manley,  W.  L.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  2  d.  April  at  $85,  $1,014.32, 

less    $37.24    disallowed    Feb.,    1920,    arrears,    $17.42,    bonus,    $222 ;    travel, 

$97.05 

Marshall,  B.  C,  forest  ranger,  Aug.  9  to  Dec.  6  at  $85,  $334.51,  bonus,  $50.40. 
Miscan,  A.,  forest  ranger.  May  10  to  Aug.  31  at  $85,  $315.32,  bonus,  $129.84.. 
Nelson,   F.,   forest   ranger:    May    5    to    Aug.    S,    less    4    d.    June   at   $85    per    m., 

$254.64,    bonus,    $109.49;    forage,    $15 

Pettigrew,   F.,   teamster.   May    1   to    31 

Powers,  I.  A.,  forest  ranger:  6  m.  to  Sept.  30.  less  14  d.  at  $85,  $470.52,  arrears, 

$12.28,     bonus,     $193.74;     forage,     etc.,     $40.90 717   44 

Roberts,  R.  J.,  forest  ranger:   6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $85,  4  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $90, 

Feb.    1   to  Mar.    15   at    $83.33,    $993.65  ;    overpaid,    $1,   arrears,    $20,    bonus. 

$212.45  ;   travel,   $37.80  ;    forage,    $92 1,356   90 

Vandine,  A.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560,  arrears,  $240,  bonus,  $324; 

travel,    $9.35;    forage,    $96 2,229   35 

Travel:  Linton,  G.  M.,  $162.95  ;  Smith,  F.  A.,  $5.20 168   15 

Labourers,  etc.,  with  team  at  $10.50  per  d.,  $63,  with  team  at  $10  per  d.,  $140, 

with   team   at   60c.   per   h.,    $41.80;    at   $4   per   d.,    $34.80,    at    $2.75    per   d., 

$863.16,   at   30c.   per  h.,    $104.10 1.246  86 

Auto   hire,    $54.25  ;   hardware,    $272.03  ;   horse   hire.    $77  ;   land   for   road  at   $15 

per    acre,    $30.37  ;    lumber,    etc.,    contract,    supervisor's    house,    $1,174.65, 

house,    barn,    etc.,    $503.15;    oats,    300J    bu.,    $180.30;    provisions,    $224.60; 

rope,    220    ft,    $25.50;    tools,    $119.24;    wire,    10    spools,    $60;    small    items. 

$63.52 2,784   61 

Keppel,   Sask.    ($1,747.35)  — 

Eddy,    A.   M.,    forest  ranger:    12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,080,    arrears,    $120,   bonus. 

$162;    travel,    $110.40 1.472   40 

Labourers,  etc.:  with  team  at  $5  per  d.,  $120;  with  team  at  $4  per  d..   $16;  at 

$40  per  m.,  $40,  at  $2.50  per  d.„  $25  at  $2  per  d.,  $34 235  00 

Hardware,  $23.60  ;  lumber,  $12.15  ;  set  stencils,   $4.20 39  95 


1.992 
60 

25 
00 

80 
92 

80 
09 

2,017 

115 

62 

30 
50 
12 

2,845 

123 

35 

44 
50 
64 

1,313 
384 
445 

55 
91 
16 

379 
85 

13 

00 

Carried    forward 471,558   00 


2,797 

40 

13 

30 

207 

72 

2,048 

30 

824 

98 

100 

00 

1,911 

25 

1,459 

80 

1,148 

35 

C94 

15 

1,032 

56 

860 

10 

798 

04 

1,900 

78 

INTERIOR  DKl'AKTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 91 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought  forward 471.558   00 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Reserves  foresMres — Suite 

Lesser  Slave,  Alta.   ($19,569.34)  — 

Blefgen,  T.  F.,   sui.ervisor  :   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $1,920;  arrears,   $212.13;  bonus, 

$133;    travel,    $432.31;    forage,    $99.96 

Ade,  Geo.,  forest   ranger :  April   1   to   3   at   $100  ;   bonus,   $3.30 

Andrews,  iW.   J.,   forest   ranger:    May    20   to   July    10   at   $100,    $170.97;    bonus, 

$23.07  ;     forage.     $13.68 

Craddock,  A.  D.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  $1,440;  arrears,  $120;  bonus, 

$348;    travel,    $44.30:    forage.    $96 

Ekanger,  M..  forest  ranger:  May  10  to  Nov.  30  at  $100,  $670.97  ;  bonus.  $90.58  ; 

travel,    $9.75;   forage,    $53.68 

Fawcett.   A.,    forest    ranger,   Nov.    1    to    30 

Foley,    A.,    forest   ranger:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,440;    arrears,    $120;    bonus, 

$348  ;  travel,  $3.25 

Hall,   J.    R.    H.,  stenographer-bookkeeper:    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,140;    arrears, 

$73.35  ;   bonus,   $192  ;   travel,   $6.45  ;   forage,   $48 

Hall,   Jos.,    forest   ranger:   June   7    to   Mar.    31    at   $100,    $980;    bonus,    $132.30; 

travel,    $5.65  ;    forage,    $30.40 

McKlnley.  C,  forest  ranger:  May  19  to  Nov.  8  at  $100.  $568.61;  bonus,  $76.76; 

travel.    $3.30 ;    forage.    $45.48 

Paquette.   A.,    fore«t    ranger:  May   31   to   Oct.    31,   Dec.   1    to   Jan.    31    at   $100; 

$703.23  ;    bonus,    $265.07  ;    forage,    $64.26 

Trindle,   D..   forest   ranger:    May    1    to   Nov.    3    at   $100,    $610;    bonus,    $201.30; 

forage.    $48.80    

"Watkins,  B.,  fortst  ranger:  May  14  to  Nov.  27  at  $100.  $648.06;  bonus,  $87.49  ; 

travel,   $10.65;   forage,    $51.84 

Axemen,    etc.:    at   $2    per   d.,    $288;    at   70c.    per   h.,    $159.95;    at    32c.    per   h.. 

$1,286.08;    at    25c.    per    h.,    $166.75 

Auto  and' livery  hire,  $56;  blankets,  24  pr.,  $102.60;  canoe,  $125;  cartage  and 

freight,   $26.16;  electrical  supplies,   $20.88;  gasoline,   50  gal.,   $47.78;  hard- 
ware,   $2.')9.61  ;   horsefeed,   $37  ;   horses,    6,   $325  ;   house,   hd.   qtrs.   repaired, 

contract,  $489.75  ;  lumber.  12.370  ft.,  $450.95  ;  meals,  $35  ;  oats,  135  bush., 

$81  ;  provisions,  $928.70  ;  stoves,  9,  $183.34  ;  tents,  4,   $153  ;   tools.  $328.14  ; 

wallpaper,    67    rolls,    $40.05;    items    under    $25,    $76.65 3,772   61 

Manlto,    Sask.    ($5,342.05)  — 

Christie,  C.  R..  supervisor:  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $1,800.  9  m.   to  Mar.  31,  less  3 

d.   Dec.    at    $1,920,    $1,874.52;    arrears,    $415.31;    travel,    $247.55 2,537   38 

Suffern.   J.    A.,   asst.    forest   ranger:    12    m.    to   Mar.    31.    $1,080;    arrears,    $70; 

bonus,   $396  ;  travel,  $47.95  ;   forage,  $96 1,689   95 

Labourers,  etc.:  with  team  at  $5  per  d.,  $60;  at  $4  per  d.,  $196;  at  $3.50  per 

d.,    $21     ; • 277   00 

Gasoline,    48   gal.,   $26.40  ;    hardware,    $58.15  ;  oats.   50  bush.,   $64.95  ;   telephone 

line,    electrical  supplies,    etc.,    $240.68;   poles.    130.    $391.62;    telephone   set. 

$32.02  :   itoms   under   $25,   $23 837   72 

Moose  (Mountain,  Sask.    ($5,718.93)  — 

White,  H.  J.  M.,  senior  forest  ranger:  12  ni.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200; 

bonus,  $300 ;  travel.   $160.10 

Hancox.    E.    O.,    forest    ranger:    May    5    to    Mar.    31,    less    9    d.    Dec.    at    $85, 

$899.35  ;    bonus,    $201.11  ;    travel.    $55. SO 

Valentine,  T..   forest   ranger:   12   m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,080;   arrears;    $120;  bonus, 

$396;     travel,    $33.25:     forage,    $80 

Gasoline,    46.i    gal.,    $27.90  ;    freight,    $1.01  :    telephone    line,    electrical    supplies, 

etc.,    $144.91:    poles.    125.    $399.50 

Legal  services.    E.  W.   F.    Harris,   Areola,    Sask 

Nisbet,    Sask.    ($13,914.09)  — 

Cook,   R.   T.,   senior    forest  ranger:   12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,560;    arrears,    $244; 

bonus.    $42;    house    allowance.    $144;    travel,    $450.50 

Callaghan,  J.  C,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  $1,000;  arrears,  $S0  ;  bonus, 

$420:     travel,     $18.45;    forage,     $96 

Cook.  A.  W..  forest  ranger;  April  1  to  Oct.  21  at  $85,  $567.58;  bonus,  $129.86; 

travel,    $39 

Excell,  T.,  forest   ranger  :  April  13   to  "Feb.   28,  less  1  d.  May  at  $85,   $898.26  ; 

bonus,   $382.67  ;   travel,    $124.93  ;   forage,    $24 

Eyerley.   C    A.,    fores't   ranger:    April    17    to    Aug.    15    at    $85,    $335.80;    bonus, 

$73.08  ;   travel,    $54  ;   forage,    $32 

Williscraft,    A.,    foreat    ranger-    12    m.    to    Mar.    31.    $1,320:    arrears?,    $173.70: 

bonus.   $420;  travel,  $58.70 

Carried    forward 


2,220 

10 

1.156 

26 

1,709 

25 

573 

32 

60 

00 

2.440 

50 

1.614 

45 

736 

44 

1.429 

88 

494 

88 

1,972 

40 

510.876 

87 

K 92  AUDITOR  GENERALS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A,  1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:   Sylviculture — Suite 
Brought    forward 510,876  87 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Reserves  forestieres — Suite 
Nisbet,  Sask. — Concluded. 

Labourers,  etc.:  with  team  at  f6  per  d.,  $24;  with  team  at  70c.  per  h.,  $31.50; 

at   $5    per  d.,    $35;    at    $4.25   per  d.,    $42.50;    at   $3.50   per   d.,    $555.10;    at 

$1   per   h.,    $55  ;    sundry,    $26.75 769   85 

Cartage,    $60;    cement,    20   sacks,    $29;    electrical    supplies    for   telephone    lines, 

$118.85;  express  and  freight,   $41.24;   hardware,   $226.58;  harness,    $45.80; 

lumber,    etc.,   for   barn,   contract,    $1,201.76,    for   headquarter's   house,    etc., 

contract,    $657.24;    sundry,    $164.07;    meale,    $32.50;    mower,    $93.50;    oats, 

793J  bush.,   $546.35  ;  ploughing,  $61.90  ;   provisions,   $62.65  ;   shingles,    9   M, 

$72  ;   smithwork,    $142.45  ;   telephone   rent,   $73  ;    tools,   $359.65  ;    wagons,   2, 

$378;    well,    material,    $31.20;    items    under    $25,    $57.95 4,455   69 

Pasquia,  Sask.   ($21,193.34)  — 

Holt,   J.    S. :  acting  supervisor,    6   m.    to   Sept.    30   at    $125,   Oct.,    $130,    forest 

ranger,  5   m.   to   Mar.   31   at   $100;   arrears,    $194.35;    bonus,    $396;   travel, 

$473.09 2,443   44 

Connell,  A.   B.,   forester:    May   21  to  Sept.    7   at   $140,   $502.33;   bonus,   $12.45; 

travel,    $158.15 672   93 

Bainbridge,   A.,   forest   ranger:   April   4    to   Mar.    31    at    $85,    $1,011.50;   bonus, 

$220.15  ;   travel,    $86.10 1,317   75 

Berry,  J.  W.,  forest  ranger:  April  1  to  June  15   at  $90,  June  16   to  Mar.  31   at 

$100,    $1,175;  arrears,    $120;   bonus,    $401;   travel,    $49.03;   forage,    $16...  1,761  03 

Campbell.  J.   C,   forest   ranger:    8   m.    to    Mar.    31    at    $85;   bonus,    $280 960  00 

Cook,   I.,   clerk:   Sept.   14   to   Mar.   31   at    $85,    $558.17;   bonus,    $229.83;   travel, 

$24.97     812  97 

Finlayson,   D.,   forest  ranger:    ]2   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,020;   bonus,    $420;    travel, 

$43.30  ;   forage,    $13 1,496   30 

Goloubef,  P.,  forest  ranger:  April  1  to  Sept.  2  at  $85;   $430.67;  bonus,  $177.33.  608   GO 

Gurtner,   F.  J.,  forest  ranger:   12   m.   to  Mar.   31,    $1,000;   arrears,   $80;   bonus, 

$222  ;   travel,   $37.65  ;    forage,    $140 1,479   65 

Jones,  G.  "W.,  forest  ranger:  April  9  to  June  27  at  $85,   $223.83;  bonus,   $48.10.  271   93 

McLaughlin.   G.   L.,   forest  ranger:   April    1   to   7    at   $85,    $19.83;   bonus,    $4.32.  24   15 

Mallinson,   T.,   forest   ranger:    2   m.   to   May    31    at   $85;    bonus,    $37 207   GO 

Mason,   T.  S.,   forest  ranger:   April   6   to   Nov.    26   at  $85,    $654.49    (transferred 

to  Porcupine)  ;  bonus,    $141.84 796  33 

Miller,  E.,   forest  ranger,   Jan.   21   to   Mar.    31    241   50 

Riley,  J.  A.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  6  d.  Aug.  at  $85,  $1,003.55; 

bonus,    $339.78  ;    travel,    $21.75    1,365   G8 

Travel :  Gardiner,   E.   L.,   $58.45  ;  Linton,  G.   M.,   $44.35 102   80 

Firefighters,  etc.  :  with  team  at  $9  per  d.,   $63  ;  at  $5.50  per  d.,  $38.50  ;   at  $5 

per  d.,  $65;  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $135;   at  $4  per  d.,  $2,629;   at  $3.50  per  d.. 

$1,712.20  ;  sundry,  $15    .  .  .  -. 4,657    70 

Auto  supplies,   $66.76;  board,   $52;  cabin  repaired,    $177.48;   canoe   ,$125;   elec- 
trical supplies,  $30.62  ;  engine  repairs,  $31.99  ;  express  and  freight,  $63.34  ; 

gasoline,    92    gal.,    $44.73;    hardware,    $354.93;    kitchen    utensils,    $47.85; 

lumber,  $69.35;  oats,  237  bush.,  $142.41;  postage,  $32;  provisions,  $270.21; 

pumps,  3,  $62.98;  speeder,   $40;   tools,  $163.79;   typewriter  repairs,   $26.35; 

velocipedes,  2,  $100;  velocipede  parts,  $32.33;   items  under  $25,  $40.66....  1,974   78 

Pines,  Sask.    ($9,041.09)  — 

Oantrill,  P.  C,  sejiior  forest  ranger:   6  m.  at  $125,  6  m.  at  $130;  arrears,  $200; 

bonus,   $312  ;   travel,   $207.09    2,249   09 

Gardiner,   E.    L.,    forest   ranger:    12    m.     to     Mar.     31,     $1,000;     arrears,     $76; 

bonus,  $420   1,496   00 

Hamilton,  J.,  forest  ranger:  Sept.  3  to  Mar.  31  at  $85,  $589.33;  bonu.s,  $242.67; 

forage,  $55.47   887   47 

Mackie,  O.,  teamster:  Oct.   3  to  Mar.  31  at  $85,   $504.50;  bonus,   $206.61 711   11 

Mackie,  W.  F.,  forest  ranger:   11  m.  to  Mar.   31   at  $85;   bonus,   $385;   forage, 

$88 1,408   00 

St.  Denis,  R.  O.,  forest  ranger:  5  m.  to  Aug.   31  at  $85;  arrears,  $5.41;  bonus, 

$92.50  ;  forage,  $40   562  91 

Sinclair,  W.,  forest  ranger:  April  7  to  Sept.  30  at  $85,  $493;  bonus,  $203 696   00 

Bonus,  Giles,  J.   H.,   1919-20    54   19 

Bran,   $119;   hardware,   $84.95;   oats,    450  bush.,   $225;   plastering  cabin,   $110; 

station  house,  repairs,  contract,  $234.33  ;  stove,  $27.80  ;  telephone  rent,  $30  ; 

tools,  $53.64  ;  items  under  $25,  $91.60   970   32 

Porcupine,   Sask.    ($32,542.93)  — 

Linton,    G.    M.,    supervisor:    April   1    to    Oct.    5    at    $1,800,    $924.55    (resigned); 

arrears,  $315.62    1,240   17 

Seely,  H.  E.,  forestry  assistant:  June  15  to  Mar.   31  at  $110,   $1,048.67;  bonus, 

$104.87  ;    travel,    $539.36    1,692  90 

Carried    forward , 549,269   91 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K — 93 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  |         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaiei:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought  forward 549,269  91 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Unserves  forestieres — Suite 

Porcupine,  Sask. — Concluded. 

Botzow,    G.    S.,    stenogr;ipher-bookl<eeper :    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    |1,000  ;    arrears. 

$80  ;    bonus,    $420    1,500   00 

Beatty,  E.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200;  bonus.  $396;  forage,  etc., 

$118.40    1,714   4C 

Porsytli,   W.,    forest   ranger:    12   m.    to  Mar.    31,    $1,020;    bonus,    $420;    forage, 

etc.,   $71.20    1,511   20 

McBride,   J,   forest   ranger:    12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,440;   arrears,   $120;    bonus, 

$348  ;    travel,    $356    2,264   00 

McKay,  G.,  forest  ranger:  May  4   to  Mar.  31  at  $85,   $926.77;   bonus,   $201.71; 

forage,  etc.,  $86.55    1,215   03 

Marshall,  E.  J.,  forest  assistant:  April  to  Mar.,   340  d.  at  $3.25;   bonus,  $222; 

travel,   $664.64    1,991   64 

Mason,  T.  S.,  forest  ranger:  Nov.  27  to  Feb.  28  at  $85,  $266.33;  bonus,  $76.46; 

travel.   $4.85    347   64 

Milum,  P.,  forest  ranger:  May  16  to  Oct.  15,  Nov.  1  to  Dec.  31,  less  17  d.  Dec. 

at  $85.  $548.39  ;  bonus,  $225.81    774   2C 

Murray,  W.  R.,  forest  ranger:   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,020;  bonus  from  Jan.  28, 

1920,    $494.52;    travel,    $108.55    1,623   07 

Pocock,   M.,   forest  ranger:    12   m.   to   Mar.    31,   $1,440;   arrears,    $120;    bonus, 

$324;   house  allowance,   $144;   travel,   $376.70;   removal   expenses   to   Birch 

River,    $59.75    2,464   45 

Pottle,  S.  W.,  forest  ranger:  April  1  to  July  4  at  $85,  $265.97;  bonus,  $109.52; 

forage,   etc.,    $26    401   49 

Reed,    G.    P.,    forest   ranger:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,020;    bonus,    $222;    travel, 

$44.95  ;    forage,    $96    1,382   95 

Sharman.  E.  A.,  forest  ranger:  April  to  July,  106  d.  at  $3.50,  Aug.  1  to  Jan.  31 

at  $85,  $881  ;  bonus,  $111  ;  forage,  etc.,  $14.50    1,006   50 

Tanner,  H.  E.  forest  ranger:  April  to  June,  35  d.  at  $3.50,  Oct.   1   to  28  at  $4, 

$234.50  ;    forage,    $12    246   50 

Travel,    C.    R.    Christie     104   55 

Labourers,  etc. :  with  team  at  $8  per  d.,  $60  ;  with  team  at  $7  per  d.,   $42  ;  at 

$80  per  m.,  $399.17;  at  $70  per  m.,  $59.99;  at  $60  per  m.,  $182.16;   at  $6 

per  d.,   $186;   at  $5  per  d.,   $711.25;  at  $4  per  d.,   $3,292;   at  $3.50   per  d., 

$1,513.25;    at    $3    per   d.,    $130;    at   $2.50    per   d.,    $76.25;    at    27ic.    per   h., 

$586.69;    sundry,    $26     7,264   76 

Auto  hire,  $30;  bacon,  243i  lb.,  $145.66;  blankets,  horse,   2  pr.,   $25;   electrical 

supplies,  $54.29;  fares,  $42;  gasoline,  141  gal.,  $69.59;  hardware,  $472.71; 

horse  feed  and  stabling,  $108.35  ;  lumber,  etc.,  for  motor  shed,  cabin,  etc., 

$520.23;    meals,    $652.90;    oats,    700    bush.,    $385;    pork,    210    lb.,    $56.70; 

provision.'!,   $1,043.05;   smith   work,    $28.85;    wagon   hire,    31    d.,   $31;    items 

under    $25.    $132.15     3.797    48 

Riding  Mountain,   Man.    ($24,970.82)  — 

Smith,  F.  J.,  forest  supervisor:   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,040;  arrears,  $410;  bonus, 

$240;   house  allowance,   $240;    travel,    $311.50 3,241   50 

Gill,  G.  B.,  forestry  assistant:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;  arrears,  $35.61;  bonus, 

$221.70;    house    allowance,    $144;    travel,    $496.20 2,337   51 

Chalmers,  J.  M.,  stenographer-bookkeeper:   12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,020;   arrears, 

$8.35;    bonus,    $420 1,448   35 

Ashe,  S.,  asst.  forest  ranger:  April  1  to  Oct.  5,  less  6  d.  Sept.  at  $90,  $536.52; 

arrears,  $164;  bonus,  $196.72;  house  allowance,  $71.54;  forage,  etc.,  $51...  1,019   78 

Baldwin,  A. :  repairing  telephone  line,  Aug.  to  Nov.,  52  d.  at  $4,  378  d.  at  $4.50, 

$377.50;  forest  ranger,  Dec.  30  to  Feb.  14  at  $85,  $132.98;  forage,  $17 527   48 

Bowen,   B.  A.,   teamster:  April   1  to  June  8  at  $75.   $170;  meals,  etc.,  $42.50..  212   50 

Highfleld,  F.  C,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,020  ;  arrears,  $13.36  ;  bonus, 

$420;    travel,    $65.95;    forage,    $96;    overpaid,    $1.67 1,616   98 

May,  J.  F.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440  ;  arrears,  $120  ;  bonus,  $348  ; 

house  allowance,  $36;  removal  expenses,  $60;  forage,  etc.,  $102.50 2,106   50 

Nourse,  A.  R.,  forest  ranger:  Feb.  7  to  Mar.  31  at  $85,   $151.79;   forage,  $19..  170   79 

Pollon,  T.  H.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  2  d.  July,  $1,433.55  ;  arrears, 

$120:    bonus,    $345.S8  ;    forage,    $96 1,995   43 

Vicars,  J.,  forest  ranger:   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,320;  arrears,   $121.67;   bonus. 

$132;    travel,    $108.35;    forage,    $96 1,778   02 

Woods,    H.,    forest   ranger:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,440;    arrears,    $120;    bonus. 

$348  ;    forage,   etc.,    $174 2,082   00 

Firefighters,   etc.:   at  $6   per  d.,    $362.70;   at   $5    per  d.,    $192;   at    $4.50    per  d., 

$40.50;  at  $4  per  d.,  $850.40;  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $308;  at  $3  per  d.,  $241.50; 

at  $2.75  per  d.,  $28.85;  at   $2.50   per  d.,   $105;  sundry,   $42.75 2,171   70 

Carried    forward 599,588   31 


X 94  AUDITOR  GE'SERAUH  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylvicnlture — Suite 

Brought     forward 599,588  31 

Forest  Reserves — Continued — Reserves  forestieres — Suite 

Riding  Mountain,  Man. — Concluded. 

Ford  Motor  Co.,  Ford,  Ont. :  auto,  $638;  auto  supplies,  $33.30;  freight,  $70 741   30 

Auto  hire,  85.60  ;  board,  $116.95  ;  electrical  supplies,  $86.06  ;  engine  and  plough 

hire,  $44;  express  and  freight,  $39.83;  hardware,   $279.16;  liverj-,  $259.90; 

lumber,  $69.70  ;  oats,  256  bush.,  $160.22  ;  postage,   $159.71  ;  posts,  600,  $60  ; 

provisions,  $1,082.80  ;  pump,  $35  ;  smithwork,  $119.35  ;  telephone  line  rental, 

12    m.    to    Jan.    17,    1922,    $210  ;    telephone    rent,     $52.65  ;     telephone    tolls, 

$303.75;  telephone  wire,  12  miles  removed,   $84;  well,   $31;  wire,   $122.95; 

Items  under  $25,  $118.35 3,520  98 

Seward,   Sask.    ($599.94)  — 

Johnston,  B.,  forest  ranger,   9  m.  to  Feb.   28  at  $66.66 599   94 

Spruce  Woods,  Man.    ($8,249.32)  — 

Muirhead,  W.  A.,  senior  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200  ; 

bonus,   $324;   travel,    $534.30 2,618   30 

Bowen,  B.  A.:  teamster,  June  17th  to  Nov.  30,  less  12  d.  Sept.  at  $80,  $405.33; 

caretaker,   Dec.   1    to    31,    $30;   board,    $134.27 569   60 

Griddle,  S.,  forest  ranger.  May  1  to  June  30,  Sept.  1  to  Oct.  31,  at  $4 412   00 

Fowler,  H.,  herder :   6   m.   to  Oct.  '31   at  $80  ;  bonus,   $111 591   Off 

Fowler,  J.  J.,   forest  ranger:   12   m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,440;    arrears,   $120;   bonus, 

$348  ;    forage,    $96 2,004  GO 

Labourers,  etc.:  with  team  at  $8  per  d.,  $184  ;  with  team  at  $7  per  d.,  $143.50; 

at  $4  per  d.,  $74  ;  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $289.75  ;  at  $3  per  d.,  $82.50  ;  at  2.50  per 

d.,    $59  ;    sundry,    $25.75 558   50 

Care  of  government  team,   2|  m.,  $52.50;  cartage,  $34;  freight,  $34;  furniture, 

$49.30;  gasoline,  216  gal.,   $99.63;  hardware,  $95.14;  lumber,   $35.90  ;   oats, 

351    bush.,    $294.81;    posts,    fence,    2,000,    $220;    provisions,    $54.10;    smith- 
work,  $33.10;  stove,   $31.60;  telephone  rent,  $42;  items  under  $25,   $119.84  1,195   92 
Steep  Creek,  Sask.    ($587.25)  — 

Kemp,   S.,   forest  ranger:   April   20   to  Aug.    4,   less   4   d.    May  at  $85,    $286.17; 

bonus.    $117.83  ;    travel,    $21.45 425   45 

Labourers  at  40c.  per  h.,  $30.40  ;  at  35c.   per  h.,   $24.15 54   55 

Lumber,   etc.,   for  cabin  repairs 107  25 

Sturgeon,   Sask.    ($15,589)  — 

Maimann,  C.  E.,  supervisor:  5  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $150   (transferred  from  Saskat- 
chewan Inspection);  arrears,  $60;   bonus,   $125;   travel,   $493.65 1,428   65 

Montgomery,  M.  H. :  ranger-in-charge,  8  m.   to  Nov.  30,  forest  ranger,   3  m.  to 

Feb.  28  at  $120;  arrears,  $120;  bonus,   $319;  travel,  $98.25;  forage,  $80..  1,937  25 

Anderson,  A.,  cook,  Sept.  19  to  Nov.  27  at  $115 264   50 

O'Leary,  J.,  forest  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320  ;  arrears,  $300  ;  bonus,  $369  ; 

travel,    $39.50  ;    forage,    $80 2,108   50 

O'Neill,  J.  F.,  teamster:  Oct.  to  Mar.,  74  d.  at  $4.50,  31  d.  at  $4,  90  d.  at  $3; 

travel,   $39.50 766   50 

Owen,  E.,   forest  ranger:  April  23  to  Sept.   23   at  $85,   $427.84;  bonus,   $93.11; 

forage,   etc.,   $33 553   95 

Ross,  A.,   forest   ranger:  April   15   to   Aug.   13   at   $85,    $335.98;   bonus,   $73.13; 

travel,  $38.10 447  21 

Ross,  E.,  forest  ranger:  April  16  to  July  22   at   $85,   $272.82;   bonus,   $113.51; 

travel,    $8 394   33 

Seymour,  H.  P.,  forest  ranger:  April  19  to  Mar.   31  at  $85,  $969;  bonus,  $399; 

travel,    $75.75  ;    forage,    $91 1.534   75 

Travel,  H.  E.  Seely 83  75 

Labourers,  etc.:  at  $4  per  d.,  $2,117.80;  at  $3.85  per  d.,  $38.50  ;  at  $3.50  per  d., 

$24.50  ;   at  $3  per  d.,   $51 ;  at   $2.88   per  d.,   $63.36 2,295   16 

Auto    hire,    $46 ;    cartage,    $86.50  ;    electrical    supplies,    etc.,    for    telephone    line, 

contract,  $366.70;  freighting  goods  at  $5   per  d.,   $209;  hardware,   $390.90; 

harness,  $148.07;  hay,   $79.10;  horsefeed,  $128.40;  horses,  2,  $400;  kitchen 

utensils,    $96.75;   lumber,   $63.75;  meals,    $162;   mower,   $97;   oats,   733   bu.. 

$535.30;  provisions,   $604.10;  rake,   $59;  smithwork,   $54.95;    tent  fly,    $41; 

wagon  box,  $45;   wire,   barb,  12  spools,   $81;  items  under  $25,   $79.93 3,774   45 

Turtle   Mountain,    Man.    ($8,978.46)  — 

Scott,   W.   A.,    senior  forest  ranger:   12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,560,    arrears,    $100, 

bonus,    $324;    travel,    $488.30;    forage.    $148.50 2,620   80 

Arnvfield,  C.  W.  A.,  forest  ranger:  April  19  to  30  at  $80,  May  1  to  June  30  at 

$85  ;   bonus,   $44.40 246   40 

Brisley,  W.  G.,  forest  ranger:  Aug.  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $85,  $658.06;  bonus,  $143.22  801   28 

Freeland,  Jas.,  teamster,  April  21  to  July  31,  less  16  d.  May  at  $100 281   72 

Carried    forward 632,826   SO 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 95 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  dea  fntaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought    forward 632,826   30 

Forest  Reserves — Concluded — Reserves  forestiires — Fin 

Turtle   Mountiiin,   Man. — Concluded. 

Hjalmarson.  G.  E.,  forest  ranger:  Nov.   8  to  Mar.   31  at  J85,   J405.16  ;  bonus, 

$88.18 493   34 

King,  E.,  herder  and  teamster,  6  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $110,  Nov.  1  to  Dec.  15  at 

$100 808   39 

McFarlane,  W.  J.,  forest  ranger:  7  m.  to  Oct.  31,  at  $90;  arrears,  $120;  bonus, 

$245 995   00 

MoKinney,  H.   R.,   forest  ranger:  April   1   to   30.    $83.33;   bonus,    $35 118   33 

Labourers,  etc.:  with  4  horse  team  at  $15  per  d.,  $75;  with  team  at  $9  per  d., 

$36;    with   tractor   at    $5    per    h.,    $265;   at    $6    per   d.,    $36;   at    $5    per   d., 

$353.10;  at  $4   per  d.,  $142;  at  $3  per  d.,   $288.72;  at  45c.  per  h.,  $134.55; 

sundry,    $26.25 1.356   P2 

Express  and  freight,  $45.17  ;  hardware,  $223.89  ;  lumber,  $147.85  ;  oats,  300  tu., 

$180;    postage,    $32;     provisions,    $78.80;     telephone    equipment,     $148.67; 

tools,    $39.20  ;    well,    85    ft.,    $148.75  ;    wire,    21    spools,    $142  ;    items    under 

$25,     $70.25 1,256   58 

Fire    Ranging    Districts — Districts    de    protection    centre    le    feu 

Battleford,    Sask.    ($17,381.46)  — 

JeoJson,    E.,    district    Are    ranger:   12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,560;    arrears,    $300; 

bonus,     $324;     travel,     $608.72 2,792   72 

Trask,   J.    L.,    asst.    district   fire   ranger:  April    12    to    Nov.    6    at   $140    per   m., 

$956.66  ;   allowance  at  $20  per  m.,   $132.65 1,089   31 

Amraorst,  J.,  fire  ranger,   25  d.  Oct.  at   $3.50  per  d 87   50 

Arnold,  R.  R.,  fire  ranger.  May  1  to  Nov.   7  at  $130  per  m 810   33 

Buffings,  W.,  fire  ranger.  May  to  Oct.,  31  d.  at  $2.75  per  d.,  138  d.  at  $3.50  per  d.  568   25 

Buick,  J.  M.,  fire  ranger.  May  1   to  Nov.  7  at  $130  per  m 810   33 

Cashmere,  E.,  fire  ranger.  May  4  to  June  4  at  $130  per  m 134  75 

Cole,  E.  G..  fire  ranger.  May  to  Nov..  31  d.  at  $2.75  per  d.,  160  d.  at  $3.50  per  d.  645   25 

Durocher,  I.,  fire  ranger.  May  to  Oct.,  24  d.  at  $2.75  per  d.,  153  d.  at  $3.50  per  d.  601   50 

Durocher,  M.,  fire  ranger.  May  8  to  Oct.  31,  less  1  d.  Sept.  at  $130  per  m 746   30 

Fulton,  v.,  fire  ranger,  6  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 780   00 

Jordan,  A.  L.,  fire  ranger.  May  1  to  Nov.   6  at  $130  per  m 806  00 

Kinnear,  J.,   fire  ranger.   May   1   to  Nov.   7   at  $130  per  m 810   3S 

I..afrancois,   J.  H.,  fire  ranger.  May   1   to  Nov.   9  at   $130  per  m 819  OC 

Morgan,  M.  M.,  fire  ranger.  May  1  to  Nov.  7  at  $130  per  m 810   35 

Murray,    J.    W.,    fire    ranger.    May    to    Aug.,    31    d.    at    $2.75,    79    d.    at    $3.50, 

$361.75;  Aug.   19   to  Oct.   25  at   $130   per  m.,  $289.34 651   09 

Perkins,  W.  B..  fire  ranger:   May  1    to  Aug.   18  at  $130  per  m.,   $465.48;   Sept. 

21   d.   at    $3.50   per  d 538   98 

Pugh,  T.,  fire  ranger.  May  1   to  Nov.   7  at  $130  per  m 810  33 

Rafuse,  P.  R.,  fire  ranger,  July  10  to  Oct.  25,  less  2  d.  Sept.  at  $130  per  m.  .  .  .  448   41 

Wright.  J.  A.,  fire  ranger.  May  1  to  Nov.   10  at  $130  per  m 823   33 

Firefighters,    at    $2.50    per   d 230   25 

Auto,    $987.10;    freight,    $128.37;    hardware,    $71.61;    lumber,    $102.70;    oats, 

$81.90;    patrol    boat    repairs    and    supplies,    $80.55;    tools,     $77.22;    items 

under    $25,     $14.30 1,543   75 

Legal  expenses,  James  E.   Evans,  Meadow  Lake,  Sask 23  4« 

British   Columbia  Coast    ($24,769.55)  — 

Selkirk.  Jas.,   chief  fire  ranger:  April    1  to  30,    $100;   May   1  to  Oct.    31   at   $5 

per    d.,    $920  ;    Nov.    1    to    30,    $105  ;    Dec.    1    to    Mar.    31    at    $140    per    m., 

$560;   arrears,  $100;   bonus,   $286;   travel,   $908.45 2,979   45 

Bassett,  P..  fire  ranger:  May  6  to  Oct.   1  at  $155  per  m.,  $755;  travel,   $4.80..  759   80 

Best,  H.,  fire  ranger:   May  1   to  Oct.   2  at  $155   per  m.,   $785;  travel,   $3.10....  788   10 

Carey,  W.  A.,  fire  ranger:   May  1  to  Oct.  5  at  $155  per  m.,  $800  ;  travel,  $6.55.  .  806   55 

Edge,  S..  fire  ranger.  May  6  to  Sept.   30  at  $155  per  m 750   00 

Everall,  S.,  fire  ranger:   May   1  to  Oct.   3  at  $155  per  m..   $790;  travel,  $2.45..  792  45 

Hall,  T.  J.,  fire  ranger:   May  1  to  Oct.  5  at  $155  per  m.,  $800  ;  travel,  $8.05 808   05 

Hendy,  W.   C,  fire  ranger:   4  m.  to  Sept.   30  at   $155  per  m.  ;   travel,   $1.90....  621   90 

Irvine,  L.  K.,  fire  ranger:   May  1  to  Oct.  2  at  $155  per  m.,  $785;  travel,  $16.20.  .  801   20 
Johnson,   H.  "W.,  fire  ranger:  May  1  to  Oct.   1,  less  7  d.  Sept.  at  $155  per  m.. 

$743.82;     travel,     $7.20 75102 

Luddingtoti,  M.,  fire  ranger,  Sept.   1  to  7  at   $5  per  d 35   00 

Mars,  P.,  fire  ranger:   April  25  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $805;  travel,  $1.25..  806   25 

Pontifex,  R.,  fir©  ranger:   May  1  to  Oct.  2  at  $155  per  m.,  $785;  travel.  $5.10..  790   10 

Carried    forward 666,725   8 J 


jj 96  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.  1922 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 
Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought  forward 666,725  89 

Fire  Ranging  Districts — Continued — Districts  de  protection  contre  le  feu — Suite 

British  Columbia  Coast — Concluded. 

Richmond,  J.  H.,  fire  ranger,  May  1  to  Oct.  2  at  $155  per  m 785  00 

Ryder,  S.  J.,  fire  ranger:   May  1  to  Oct.  5  at  $155  per  m.,  $800;  travel,  $5.95..  805   95 

Siddall,  R.,  fire  ranger:   May  1  to  Oct.  2  at  $155  per  m.,  $785;  travel,  $8.35 793   35 

Spence,  J.  D.,  fire  ranger:   May  1  to  Oct.  1  at  $155  per  m.,  $780;  travel,  $19.09  799   09 

Unsworth,  B.,  fire  ranger:  May  1  to  Oct.  1  at  $155  per  m.,  $780  ;  travel,  $2.45. .  782  43 
Vanetta,  J.  E.,  fire  ranger:  May  7  to  Oct  2  at  $155  per  m.,  $755  ;  Feb.  7  d.  at 

$5  ;   travel,   $9.20 799   20 

Venables,  P.  F.,  fire  ranger:  May  1  to  Oct.  5  at  $155  per  m.,  $800;  travel,  $1.25  801  25 
"Wade,  S.   J.,  fire   ranger:  May   1   to   Oct.    2,   less   1    d.    Sept.   at   $155    per  m., 

$779.85;    travel,    $1.60 781   45 

Webster,  J.  R.,  fire  ranger.  May  1  to  Oct.  3  at  $155  per  m 790   00 

Younie,  J.',  fire  ranger:  May  1  to  Oct.   2   at  $155  per  m.,   $785;  travel,   $9.80..  794   80 

Clerks:   E.  Walmsley,  G  m.  at  $40,   6  m.  at  $20;  M.  Elley,  12  m.,  $120 480   00 

Firefighters:  at   $4  per   d.,   $276;   at   50c.    per   h.,   $1,888.50 2,164  50 

Auto   truck,    $1,111;   auto   insurance,    $41.50;   boat,    $90;   boat  supplies,    $33.55; 

cartage,  $100;  gasoline,  816  gal.,  $353.76;  hardware,  $44.92;  launch  repairs, 

$193.75  ;    postage,    $40 ;    provisions,    $444.35 ;    stall    rent,    $65 ;    telephone 

rent,  $95  ;   items  under   $25,   $89.81 2,702   64 

Edmonton,    Alta.    ($43,200.80)  — 

Palmer,   R.    H.,    dist.    fire    ranger:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,980;    arrears,    $120; 

bonus,    $252  ;    travel,    $873.73 3,225   73 

Ronahan,  W.,  clerk:  May  11  to  Mar.   31   at  $85,  $907.58;  bonus,   $373.71 1,281   29 

Todd,  H.  E.,  accountant.  May  1  to  31 75   00 

Allen.   J.   'W..   fire   ranger,    April    21    to   Oct.    31    at    $130    per   m 823   33 

Andrew,   G.   L,..  fire  ranger,   April   21   to  Oct.   31   at   $130  per  m 823   33 

Atkinson,   J.,    fire  ranger,   Aug.    17   to   Oct.   31   at   $130   per  m 322   90 

Auger,  ,T.,   fire  ranger,   Sept.   1   to  Oct.   31   at   $130   per  m 260   00 

Baird,  C  fire   ranger,   April   23   to  Oct.   31,  less   9   d.   May  at   $130    per  m....  776   93 

Beeston,  J.  W.,  fire  ranger,  April  21  to  Oct.   31   at   $130  per  m 823   33 

Bowman.   .T..   fire  ranger:   April   26   to  Nov.    6   at   $130,   $827.67;   Dec.    1   to   12, 

$50.32 877   99 

Butterfield.  "W.   C,   fire  ranger.   May   1    to  Oct.   31   at   $130  per  m 780   00 

Cailes.  S.  J...  fire  ranger,  April  24  to  Oct.  31,  less  27  d.  July  and  Aug.  at  $130 

per    m 697   11 

Camobell,    P.,  fire  ranger:  April   21  to  Nov.   18  at  $140  per  m.,   $970.66;    Dec. 

1    to    12,    $54.20;    travel,    $753.69 1,778   55 

Chaison.  L.   A.,  fire  ranger,   April   21   to  Oct.   31   at   $130  per  m 823   33 

Crowell,  G.  R.,  fire  ranger,  April   21   to  Oct.  31  at   $130  per  m 823   33 

Denny.  C.  E.,  fire  ranger,  April   21   to  Oct.  31,  less  2  d.  July  at   $130  per  m.  .  814   95 

Field,    S.,   fire  ranger,   April   21    to  Oct.   31   at   $90   per   m 570   00 

Gicquel,    R.,   fire   ranger.   May    20    to   Oct.    31    at    $130    per   m 700   32 

Graham,  J.,  fire  ranger.  May  1   to  Oct.  31  at   $140  per  m. ;  travel,  $286.10 1.126   10 

Grenache,  A.  J.,  fire  ranger.  May  10  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 742   26 

Hadgkiss,  A.,  fire  ranger:  April  21   to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m.,  $823.33;  travel, 

$14.30 837  63 

Huggard,    E.    H.,   fire   ranger:    April    21    to    Oct.    31    at    $140   per    ra.,    $886.66; 

travel,   $524.10 1,410  76 

Johnston.  S.,  fire  ranger.  April   14   to  Oct.   31   at  $130  per  m 853   67 

La  Croix,  R.  W..  fire  ranger.  May  20  to  Oct.  31  at  $100  per  m 538   71 

Lewis.  A.   T.,  fire  ranger,   April   21   to  Oct.   31,   less  8    d.   Aug.   and   7   d.   Sept. 

at   $130 759   46 

Logan,   B.,   fire   ranger,   May   1    to   June   30   at   $130   per   m 260   00 

Loranger,    B..    fire    ranger,    May    14    to    Sept.    1    at    $100    per   m 361   39 

McDermott,    H.,    fire   ranger,   April    1    to   July    29    at    $130    perm 511   62 

MacDonald.   A.,  fire  ranger.   May  12   to   Oct.    31   at   $130   per  m 733   88 

McGuire.  O.,   fire  ranger.   April  21   to  Nov.   6   at  $140  per  m.,   $914.66  ;   travel, 

$351.01 1.265   67 

McLaughlin,    L.,   fire    ranger,   April    1    to   Oct.    31    at    $130    per   m 910   00 

MacMillar.    D.,    fire   ranger,    May    1    to   Oct.    31    at    $130   per   m 780   00 

Millar,    T.    A.,    fire    ranger :    April    1    to   May    10    at    $83.33,    $110.21 ;    arrears, 

$20.15  ;  bonus,  $24.47 154   83 

Nelson,   H.   A.,  fire  ranger,   June   16  to  Oct.   31  at   $90  per  m 405   00 

Nelson,  H.  W.,  fire  ranger,  April  21  to  Nov.   8  at   $130  per  m 857   99 

Niemeyer,    R.   H.,   fire  ranger.   May  11   to   Oct.   31   at    $130   per  m 738   06 

Pratt,  A.  E..  fire  ranger.  April  1   to  Oct.   31  at  $130  per  m 910   00 

Proctor.  W.  E..  fire  ranger,   April   21   to  Oct.   31  at   $130  per  m 823   33 

Carried    forward 711,263   35 


INTEIilOJi  DKl'ARTMENT:  EJil'ENDirURE  K—97 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry— Concluded  %         cts. 
Protection    des   futaies:    Sylviculture — Fin 

Brought  forward 711,263   35 

Fire  Ranging  Districts — Continued — DistiHcts  de  protection  centre  le  feu — Suite 

Edmonton,  Alta. — Concluded 

iRiley,  .T.    P.,   fire  ranger,   May    1    to  Oct.   31   at   $130   per  m 780  00 

Scott,  V.   A.   K.,   fire  ranger,  May    1   to   Oct.   31    at    $130   per  m 780  00 

Smith,  A.,  fire  ranger,  June  1  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 650  00 

Smith.  C.   R..  fire  ranger,   April  21  to  Oct.   31  at   $130  per  m 823   33 

Speedie.  R..  fire  ranger.  May  6  to  Oct.  31,  less  5  d.  July  at  $130  per  m 738   07 

Strong.  W.  C.  fire  ranger.  May  1   to  Sept.  30,  Nov.   1   to  6,  less  6  d.  July  at 

$130   iier  m 650  84 

Swift,  R.,  fire  ranger,  April  25  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 806   00 

Travers,   C,    fire    ranger,    April    21    to    Nov.    30    at    $130    per    m 953   33 

Waller.  J.  L.,  fire  ranger,   April    10   to  Oct.   31   to  $130  per  m 871  00 

Watkins.   A.   I...   fire   ranger.   Sept.    18   to   Oct.    SI    at    $100   per   m 143   33 

Week,  S.,  fire  ranger,  April  21  to  June  15  at  $90  per  m 165   00 

White,  A.  H.,  fire  ranger:  April   21  to  Oct.  31  at   $130  per  m.,  $823.33;  travel. 

$31.15 854  48 

Wood,  W.  W.,  fire  ranger,  April  23  to  Oct.  31,  less  5  d.  Aug.  at  $130  per  m.  793  71 

York,  C.  N.,  fire  ranger,  April  22  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 819  00 

Teamsters,   firefighters,   etc. :  at   $6   per  d..   $21  ;   at   $5  per  d.,   $25  ;   at    $4   per 

d..  $258  ;  at  $3  per  d.,  $246  ;  at  70c.  per  h.,  $209.30  ;  at  35c.  per  h.,  $323.40  ; 

at  25c.  per  h.,  $70.50 1,153   20 

Canoes,    3.    with    paddles,    $335.74;    cars,   velocipede,    2,    $191.40;    cartage    and 

express,    $34.74  ;   hardware,    $55.37  ;  provisions,    $283.55  ;    telegrams,    $9.88  ; 

telephone    rent,     $51.05 961   73 

Mackenzie,   N.W.T.    ($2,920.89)  — 

Harris,   T.   W..   Indian    agent.   Fort   Simpson,   special   allowance  for   service   as 

chief  fire    ranger    (O.    C.    Sept.    22,    1915) 200   00 

Adams,  G..   fire  ranger,  July  15   to  Sept.   30  at   $130  per  m 331  29 

Griffin,  T.  W.,  fire  ranger,  .Tune  1  to  Sept.  21  at  $130  per  m 481   00 

Lafferty.  A.,   fire  ranger.   May   15   to  Aug.    SI   at    $130   per   m 461  29 

Lafieur.   A.    J.,   fire   ranger.   May   20    to   Aug.    13   at   $130   per  m 364   83 

Sutherland.    A.    E..    fire   ranger,    May    15    to    Oct.    5    at    $130    per   m 612   26 

Canoes,     4,     $449.22;    paddles,     12,     $21 470   22 

McMurray-Slave.   Alta    ($11,324.64)  — 

Rafton-Canning,  A.,  dist.  fire  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,560;  arrears,   $100; 

bonus.    $324;    travel,    $42.25 2,026   25 

Brewer,  M.  T. :   motor  engineer,  June  11   to  Aug.   17  at   $100  per  m.,    $221.50; 

fire   ranger,    Aug.    IS    to   Oct.    11    at    $130   per  m.,    $234,85 456   35 

Bright,  W.,   fire  ranger,   Sept.   17   to   30   at   $130   per   m.,  Mar.   1   to   7,   $23.33..  84   00 

Buckley,  J.  W.,  fire  ranger,  May  13  to  Aug.  31  at  $130  per  m 469   67 

Burke.  J.  E. :  pilot,  ss.  IJove.  April  15  to  30,  $45  ;  fire  ranger,  May  1  to  Aug.  31 

at     $130     per    m.,     $520 565   00 

Burke.   P.   M.,    asst.   fire   ranger,   .Tuly   1    to   31 70  00 

Cantaille.   G..   fire   ranger,   June   1    to    29.   less   10   d.    at   $130   per  m 82  34 

Dunford.   N..   fire  ranger,  April   28    to   Aug.   31,  less  8   d.   May  at  $130   per  m.  499   40 

Evans,    C,    canoeman.    Aug.    13     to    Sept.    20 88   06 

Evans.  D.,   asst.  fire   ranger,  .Tune  1   to  30 100   00 

Ferguson,  A.  A.,  fire  ranger.  May  5  to  July  1,  less  1   d.  June  at  $130  per  m..  242  90 

Foley,  .!.,  fire  ranger,  May  19  to  Aug.  31,  less  7  d.  July  at  $130  per  m 415  12 

Gardner,  A.  F.,  fire  ranger,  July  24  to  Sept.  25  at  $130  per  m.,  $271.88  ;    over- 
paid.   97c 272   85 

Johnston.  A.  S.,  fire  ranger,  Aug.  7  to  Sept.  30  at  $130  per  m 234   84 

Lamilese,  J.,  fire  ranger.  May  1  to  July  31  at  $130  per  m 390  00 

McBurnie,  E.,  fire  ranger.  May  14  to  Sept.  30  at  $130  per  m 595   48 

McDonald,  G.,  asst.  fire  ranger,  June  11  to  July  10  at  $90  per  m 89  03 

McDonald,  W.,  canoeman,  June  12  to  July  10  at  $90  per  m 86   03 

McLean,  D.  E.,  asst.  fire  ranger,  July  24  to  Aug.  10  at  $100  per  m 58   07 

Mason,  J.,  fire  ranger,  Aug.  7  to  31  at   $130  per  m 104   84 

Ryss,  A.,  fire  ranger,  May  5  to  July  1  at  $130  per  m 247   43 

Watt.  C.  fire  ranger,  April  28  to  Aug.  31,  less  5  d  May  at  $130  per  m 512  00 

Wilson,  C.  J.,  fire  ranger,  Sept.  17  to  30  at  $130  per  m 60   67 

Firefighters,  etc.:    at  $100  per  m.,  $25;    at   $3  per  d.,  $31.10;    at   25c.  per  h.. 

$1,0,40.84 1,096   94 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse   Co.,   Ltd.,   Calgary,  velocipede  car 89   24 

Bacon,  232i  lb.,  $163.35;  canoes,  6,  $816.90;  canoe  supplies,  sails,  etc.,  $223.38; 

cartage,  $52.50  ;    express  and  freight.  $154.68  ;    fares.  $39  ;    flooring,  fir,  685 

ft.,  $109;    gasoline,   232   gal.,   $129.92;    drums,   5.   $75;    hardware,   $297.66; 

photographic  supplies.    $29.80;    polarine,    25    gal.,    $37.75;     tools,    $121.02; 

items  under  $25.   $138.17 2,388  13 

Carried  forward    737,451   90 

—7k 


K 98  AUDITOR  GENERAL  t<  REPOin  .    I!t20-J9.n 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought  forward 737,451  90 

Fire  Ranging  Districts — Continued — Districts  de  protection  contre  Je  fe^i — Suite 

Manitoba,  North — Manitoba  septantrional   ($21,572.03)  — 

Blackford,  J.  T.,  district  fire  ranger:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560;    arrears,  $100; 

bonus,    $276  ;     travel,    $52.20 1,988  20 

Campbell,  S.  S.,  fire  ranger.  April  1  to  Sept.   6  at  $120  per  m 624  00 

Campbell.  W.,  fire  ranger,  April  1  to  Oct.  18  at  $120  per  m.,  $789.66,  Jan.,  5  d. 

at    $3 804  66 

Colon,  A.,  fire  ranger,  June  6  to  27  at  $2  per  d 44  00 

Crate,  A.,  fire  ranger,  April  1  to  Sept.  24  at  $70  per  m 406  00 

Crate,  W.,  fire  ranger.  May  18  to  Aug.  15,  less  18  d.  June  at  $70  per  m.,  $164.06, 

Sept.  6  d.  at  $2 176  06 

Flett,  J.,  fire  ranger,  Aug.  6  to  Sept.  30  at  $70  per  m..  $128.71;  overpaid,  $7.42.  136  13 

Gore,  M.,  fire  ranerer,  April  1  to  30.  $70.  May  1  to  Nov.  17  at  $80  per  m.,  $525.33.  595  33 

Hall,  J.,  fire  ranger,  July  3  to  31  at  $2.50  per  d 70  00 

Hart,  H.,  fire  ranger,  Sept.  23  to  Nov.  13  at  $60  per  m 102  00 

Keeper,  W.,  fire  ranger.  May,  IJ  d.,   $2.65,  June  1  to  Sept.   24  at   $75  per  m., 

$285 287  65 

McKay,  J.,  fire  ranger.  Cross  Lake,  June  19  to  Aug.  31  at  $55  per  m 131  88 

McKay,  J.,  fire  ranger,  God's  Lake,  May  29  to  Sept.  15  at  $50  per  m 179  83 

McKay,  S.  M.,  fire  ranger,  May  29  to  Oct.  19  at  $70  per  m ".....  329  65 

McKay,  W.,  fire  ranger,  June  19  to  Oct.  19  at  $70  per  m 281  55 

Mamimawatim,  E.,  fire  ranger,  Aug.  24  to  Sept.  18  at  $75  per  m 64  35 

Mason,  E.,  fire  ranger.  May  26  to  Sept.  30  at  $55  per  m 230  64 

Monias,  E.,  fire  ranger,  May  25  to  Oct.  2  at  $70  per  m 300  30 

Monias,  J.,  fire  ranger,  April  12  to  Oct.  16  at  $75  per  m 461  21 

Nackaway,   M.,   fire  ranger,   April   21   to  Aug    31,   Oct.    1    to    31   at    $55    per   m., 

Nov.   1   to  Mar.   31   at   $75   per  m 668  33 

Robertson,  J.,  fire  ranger.  May  25  to  Oct.  25  at  $70  per  m 352  25 

Robinson,  A.,  fire  ranger,  Oct.   11   to  Nov.   17  at   $50  per  m 62  20 

Ross,  A.,  fire  ranger,  April  22   to  Sept.  30  at  $70  per  m 371  00 

Ross,  G.  M.,  fire  ranger.  May  20  to  Oct.  19  at  $75  per  m 374  98 

Ross,  J.  H.,  fire  ranger,  May  29  to  Sept.  30  at  $55  per  m 225  32 

Ross,  P.,  fire  ranger,  Sept.  16  to   30 25  00 

Ross,  T.,  fire  ranger,  Sept.  1   to  Oct.   19  at  $60  per  m 96  77 

Settee.  A.,  fire  ranger,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $80  per  m 960  00 

"Walker,  S.,  fire  ranger.  May  26  to  Aug  6  at  $70  per  m 167  08 

Firefighters,  etc.:    at  $2.50  per  d.,  $1,746.80;    at  $2  per  d.,  $2,195;    at  $1.75  per 

d.,    $166.25  ;     at   $1.50    per   d.,    $10.50 4,118  55 

Travel,  E.  L.  Fisher 39  45 

Ackland,   D.   &   Son,   Ltd.,   Winnipeg,   lumber 29  17 

Ashdown  Hardware  Co.,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg,  hardware  and  tools 53  67 

Bromley   &   Hague,    Ltd.,    Winnipeg:     tents,    2    at   $18.45;     tent,    .silk,    repaired, 

$9.25 46  15 

Canadian  Packing  Co.,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg,  butter.  200  lb 102  00 

Codville  Co.,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg:    beef,  4  cs.,  $59.60;    provisions,   $20.06 79  66 

Gordon.  Ironside  &  Fares  Packers,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg:    bacon,    1,498   lb..   $467.77; 

freight,   $3.15 470  92 

Kingston    Smith    Arms    Co.,    Ltd.,    Winnipeg:     canoes,    3.    $309.50;     engines,    2 

"Evinrude,"   $267;     paddles,   18,   $31.50;    repairing   engine,   $58.90 666  90 

Hudson's    Bay    Co.,    Winnipeg:     fighting    fires.    141    d.,    $251;     bacon,    757    lb., 

$436.45;    butter,  34  lb.,  $40.60;    flour,  341.86;    lard,  259  lb..   $148.50;    oleo- 
margarine, 79  lb.,  $48.40;    sugar,  414J  lb.,   $127.73;    sundry,   $223.26 1,617  80 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg:    gasoline,   334   gal.,   $166.32;    barrels,   2,   $30....  196  32 
Jobin,  Marin  C  Ltd.,  Winnipeg:    coffee,   96  lb.  at  43c.;    baking  powder,   9   cs., 

$45  ;  potatoes,  5  cs.,  $75  ;  sundry,  $11.35   172    G?, 

McClary  Manufacturing  Co.,  Winnipeg:    stove,    $22.90;    pipes,  etc.,    $24.93 47  83 

Miller-Morse  Hardware  Co.,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg,  hardware 38  41 

Kational  Tent  &  Awning  Co..  Winnipeg:    duck,   20  yd.  at  55c.,   25  yd.  at  75c.: 

drill,    25    yd.    at    60c 4  4  75 

Richards  &  Brown,  Ltd..  Winnipeg:    tea,  400  lb.  at  46c.;    sugar.  340  lb.,  $65.65; 

jam,  21  cs.,  $131.04;    biscuit.  166^  lb.,  $38.31;    groceries,  $41.40 460  40 

Stephens.   G.  F.  &  Co..  Ltd..  Winnineg:    paint,    13i   gal.,   $32.80;     turpentine,   3* 

gal.,   $11.25  ;    lead,   25    lb.,    $4.94 48  99 

Swift  Canadian  Co.,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg:    bacon,  1,499  lb.,  $605.29;    butter,   250  lb., 

$157.50  ;    provisions,   $52.20 814  99 

Western    Canada    Flour   Mills   Co.,    Ltd.,    Winnipeg:     flour,    42 J    brl.,    $596.75; 

sundry,  $20.55.  .    617  30 

Carried  forward    757,634    1 6 


I 


INTKJilOU   DK/'ARTUENT:  EXri']M)IT(! UhJ  K 99 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Protection  of  Timber:   Forestry — Continued  $          cts. 
Protection   des  futaies:   Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought  forward   757,634   16 

Fire  Uanginy  Districts — Contiiuied — Dislricls  dc  protection  coiitrr  Ic  feu — Suite 

Manitoba,  North — Concluded 

AVestern    Grocers,    Ltd.,    WinnipoK:     matches,    2    cs.,    $30;     milk,    7    cs.,    $67; 

g-roceries,   $66.49 163  45 

"Wood,  Vallance,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg,  hardware 76   42 

Keeo  of  doKs :    at  $2  per  head  per  m.,  $86:    at   $1  per  head  per  m..   $18;    feed, 

$52.40 156   40 

Bacon,  250  lb.,  $99.44  ;    board,  $130.75  ;    canoe  hire,  $45.25  ;    dogs,  3,  $75  ;    fares, 

$27.15;    freight,  $220.11  ;    hardware,  $102.60  ;    nets  repaired,  $30.60  ;    provis- 

ion.s,    $61.60  ;     items   under    $25,    $200.96 993   46 

Manitoba  South   ($20,141.79)  — 

McLeod,  A.,  district  tire  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560;  arrears,  $200;  bonus, 

$324  ;    travel,    $360.06     2,444    06 

Baldwin,  W.  H.,  fire  ranger,  6  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 780   00 

Bruneau,  P.,  asst.  fire  ranger,  5  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $90  per  m 450  00 

Calverley,  O.,  fire  ranger,  May  3  to  31  at  $130  per  m 121    62 

Canham,  E.  E.,  fire  ranger.  May  6  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 759   04 

Fisher,  E.  L.,  fire  ranger,   6  m.  to  Oct.   31  at  $130  per  m 780   00 

Green.  C,  asst.  fire  ranger,  June  15  to  Oct.   31  at  $90  per  m 408   00 

Hansley,  R.,  fire  ranger,  June  1  to  Oct.  25  at  $130  per  m 621    84 

Harvey,  R.,  a.<5st.  fire  ranger,  6  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $90  per  m 540   00 

Hicks,  R.,   fire  ranger,   June   12   to   30  at  $130  per   m 82   34 

Lloyd,  C,  fire  ranger.  July  14  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 465   48 

McLeod,  A.  J.,  fire  ranger.  May  3  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 771   62 

Macklin,  O.  L,  fire  ranger,  May  29   to  Oct.   31  at  $130  per  m 662   58 

Marsden,  D.,  asst.  fire  ranger.  May  5  to  Oct.  31  at  $90  per  m 528   39 

Marsh,  A.  C,  asst.   fire  ranger,  Sept.   1   to   30    90  00 

Morris,  L.  E.,  asst.  fire  ranger,  April  19  to  Nov.  9  at  $90  per  m 603  00 

Nelson,  R.,  fire  ranger,  April  19   to  30  at  $100  per  m.,  May  1   to  Nov.  10  at 

$130   per  m 863   34 

St.  (Germain,  A.,  fire  ranger,  6  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 780  00 

Stanton,  K.  A.,  fire  ranger,  May  8  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 750  64 

Thorarinson,  J.,  fire  ranger.  May  3  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m   771    62 

Thordarson,  I.,  fire  ranger,  6  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 780   00 

Firefighters,  etc.:  with  team  at  $8  per  d.,  $384;  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $228;  at  $4.25 

per  d.,  $238  ;  at  $4  per  d.,   $707.30  ;  at  $3   per  d.,   $2,007  ;   at   $2.50  per  d., 

$60    3,624    30 

Auto   hire,    $45;   bed   frames,    4,   $37.15;   boat,    $45;    boat  hire,    $60;   canoes,    3, 

$393  ;  canvas,  51  yd.,  $32.20  ;  engines,  motor,  3  "Evinrude,"  $410  ;  express 

and  freight,  $27.11;  fares,  $32.45;   gasoline,   911i   gal.,  $464.07;  hardware, 

$115.63;  livery,  $5.5.60;  meals,  $89;  motor  boat  and  canoe  repairs,  $218.90; 

provisions,    $395.86;    items   under   $25,    $41.95    2,400   92 

Prince  Albert,  Sask   ($24,310.90)  — 

Thompson,  S.  W.,  district  fire  ranger:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,620;  arrears,  $60; 

bonus,    $324;    travel,    $573.97     2,577   97 

Appleby,  E.  O.,  fire  ranger,  April  19  to  Oct.  18  at  $130  per  m 777   48 

Bird,  J.,  fire  ranger.  May  15  to  Oct.  16  at  $130  per  m 658   40 

Christie,  R.  J.,  fire  ranger,  Sept.  6  to  Oct.  31,  less  4  d.  Sept.  at  $130  per  m. .  .  221    00 

Cornell,  C.  C,  fire  ranger,  April  15  to  Oct.   31   at  $130  per  m 849   33 

Draper,  A.,  fire  ranger,  April    15   to  Oct.   31   at   $130  per  m 849   33 

English,  R.  E.,  fire  ranger:  May  1  to  Nov.  23  at  $140  per  m.,  $947.33;  expense 

allowance,    $130 .  1,077   33 

Flett,  J.,  fire  ranger,  May  10  to  Oct.  15  at  $130  per  m 675  16 

Gill,  T.  W.,  fire  ranger.  May  11  to  Oct.   11  at  $130  per  m 654   19 

McKenzie,  W.  S.,  fire  ranger.  May  1  to  Oct.  15,  less  15  d.  Sept.  at  $130  per  m. .  .  647   90 

McKinnon,  A.,  fire  ranger,  3  ni.  to  June  30  at  $130  per  m 390   00 

Merrill,  W.  G.,  fire  ranger,  April  15  to  Aug.  31  at  $130  per  m 589   '.IS 

Mitchell,  C.  M.,  fire  ranger:  May   4  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m.,   $767.42;   May 

21   to  31,  1919,  $35.48    (Casual  Revenue)    802   90 

Nicholson,  J.,  fire  ranger,  April  15  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 849  33 

Umperville,  H.  W.,  fire  ranger,  6  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $130  per  m 780   00 

Vallee,  L.,  fire  ranger,  July  1   to  Oct.   15  at  $130  per  m 452   90 

Vander-Kracht,  A.,  fire  ranger,  April  15  to  Oct.   31  at  $130  per  m 849   33 

Walton,  H.  M.,  fire  ranger.  May  4  to  Oct.  14  at  $130  per  m 690   13 

Warren,  B.  P.,  fire  ranger.  May  17  to  Oct.  9  at  $130  per  m 620   64 

Firefighters,  etc.:   with   team  at  $8   per  d.,   $48;   at  $4.50  per   d.,   $810.45;  at 

$3.50  per  d.,  $5,229.75;  at  $2.75  per  d.,  $1,383.25;  at  $2.50  per  d.,  $302.75; 

at  40c.  per  h.,  $68.80;  at  371c.  per  h.,   $70.80;  sundry,   $16.90 7,930   70 

Carried   forward    802,115   07 

1      7iH 


K 100  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  ?         cts. 

Protection  des  futaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought  forward 802,115   07 

Fire  Banging  Districts — Continued — Districts  de  protection  contre  le  feu — Suite 

Prince  Albert,  Sask. — Concluded 

Auto  supplies  and  repairs,  $209.50;  canoe  hire,  $26;  canoe  repairs,  $36;  canoes, 

2,  $254;  cartage  and  freight,  $27.20;  duck,  31  yd.,   $25.25;   garage,  metal, 

$55;   hardware,    $261.42;    lumber,    $44.88;    paddles,    30,    $77.70;    provisions, 

$295.60  ;   items  under  $25,   $49    1,361   55 

Railways   ($11,909.92)  — 

McNaughton,   T.,   divisional  fire  inspector:   12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,860;    arrears, 

$50  ;   bonus,  $276  ;   travel,   $562.52    2,712   52 

Peacock,  W.  R.,  divisional  fire  inspector.  Notch  Hill:  April   20   to  Oct.   15  at 

$5  per  d.,  $895  ;  travel,  $564.64   1,459   64 

Gray,  D.,  railway  fire  guard:   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,440;   arrears,   $120;   bonus, 

$348  ;   travel,  $435.36    2,343   36 

Hanson,  C,  fire  ranger,  July  6  to  31  at  $2.75  per  d.,  $71.50,  Aug.  1  to  Sept.  30 

at  $100  per  m 271   50 

Hergenroether,  E.   J.,   fire  ranger:  June  28   to  July   31   at   $85   per  m.,   $93.50; 

Aug.  1  to  Oct.  15  at  $100  per  m.,  $248.39  ;  travel,  $8.60   350  49 

Jones,  G.  W.,  fire  ranger:  June  28  to  July  31  at  $85  per  m.,  $93.50,  Aug.  1   to 

Oct.  15  at  $100  per  m.,  $248.39  ;  travel,  $40.35    382  24 

Lind,    P.,    fire   ranger :    April    24    to    Oct.    31    at    $100    per    m..    $623.33  ;    bonus, 

$205.70  ;    travel,   $262.48    1,091   51 

McKenzie,  A.,  fire  ranger:  July  6  to  31  at  $2.75  per  d.,  $71.50,  Aug.  1  to  Sept.  30 

at   $100    per   m 271    50 

O'Connell,  J.  C,  fire  ranger:  April  20  to  Nov.  5,  less  6  d.  Aug.,  at  $100  per  m., 

$633.99;    bonus,    $209.21;    travel,    $280.04    1,123   24 

Stinson,   E.   D.,   fire  guard:   June   7   to   Sept.    27   at   $100   per   m.,   $370;    bonus, 

$49.95  ;    travel,    $273.01    692   96 

Wilson,   R.   B.,   fire  ranger:   June    7   to   Aug.   31   at   $3.50   per   d.,    $301;    travel, 

$49.30     350   30 

Stephanson,  S.,  The  Pa.s,  electrical  treatments  for  \V.  C.  Lundis,   70 140   00 

Auto  hire,   $45;   auto   .supplies,    $166.81;    express  and   freight,   $26.34;   gasoline, 

427  gal.,  $223.41;   hardware,  $131.16;   telegrams,   $29.81;   items  under   $25, 

$98.13    720   66 

Revelstoke,   B.C.    ($21,791.04)  — 

Allen,  T.  O.,  fire  ranger.  May  7   to  Sept.   30   at  $155  per  m 745   00 

Burke,  F.,  fire  ranger,  May  5  to  Sept.   30  at   $155   per  m 755   00 

Butterfield,  R.,  fire  ranger,  May  12  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m 720   00 

Cook,  H.  W.,  fire  ranger:  May  3  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $765;  travel,  $1.65.  766   65 

Dennin,  J.  P.,  fire  ranger.  May  4  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m - 760  00 

Garner,  H.  G.,  fire  ranger:  May  10  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.  ;  Feb.,  1  d.,  $5..  735   00 

Langlands,  A.  M.,  fire  ranger:  Aug.  4  to  Sept.  3,   $155;  travel,  $1.40 156   40 

La  Vov,  D.  L.,  fire  ranger:   May   11   to   Sept.   30  at  $155   per  m.,   $725;   travel, 

$19.40 744   40 

Leslie,   W.,   fire  ranger,    5    m.   to   Sept.    30   at   $15.j    per   m 775   00 

Low,  D.,  fire  ranger,  July  21  to  Aug.   31  at  $4.50  per  d 189   00 

Mcintosh,  L.  C,  fire  ranger.  May  14  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m 710   GO 

McSorley,   J.,    fire  ranger.   May    6 .  to   Sept.    30    at   $155    per   m 750  00 

Metzler,   C.   G.,   fire   ranger,   June   8   to   Sept.    30   at    $155   per   m 583   83 

Miller,  A.  G.,  fire  ranger.  May   6  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m 750   00 

Nathass,  J.   F.,   fire  ranger.   May   13   to   Sept.   30  at   $155   per  m 715   00 

Newsome,  C,  fire  ranger.  May  5  to  Sept.   30,  less  13   d.  May,  at   $155  per  m.  .  690   00 

Waddington,  F.  G.,  fire  ranger.  May  5  to  Sept.   30  at  $155  per  m 755   00 

Weaton,  R.  E.,  fire  ranger.  May  6  to  Sept.   30  at   $155  per  m 750   00 

Wisted,  R.,   fire  ranger.  May   13   to   Sept.   30  at  $155   per  m 715   00 

Wood,  G.  W.,  fire  ranger.  May  12  to  Sept.   30   at   $155  per   m 720   00 

Travel,   T.    J.   Wadman 337   52 

Fire   fighters,    etc.,    at    50c.    per    h 5,539   75 

Canoes,  2,  $145  ;  cartage,  $96  ;  express,  $37.15  ;  gasoline.  139  gal.,  $65.25  :  hard- 
ware,   $104.30;    horse   hire,    $159.50;    meals,    $77.50;    provisions,    $1,291.15; 

search  for   F.   Martin    (deceased),   expenses,   $96;   telegrams,   $33.32;   tools. 

$231.10;     items     under     $25,     $92.22 2,428   49 

Salmon  Arm,  B.C.   ($65,973.54)  — 

Evans,  J.,  chief  fire  ranger.  Mar.  1  to  31 150   00 

Aiton,  R.  L.,   fire  ranger:   April   28  to  Oct.   10  at  $155  per  m.,  $840.48;   travel, 

$17.20 857    68 

Ashton,  T.  C,  fire  ranger.   May   7   to  Oct.   6   at  $155   per   m 775   00 

Bell,  J.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48  :  travel,  $30.49.  820  97 

Bell,  K.  McK.,  fire  ranger,  Aug.   11  to  Sept.   18  at  $5  per  d 195   00 

Carried  forward    839,976   23 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K — 101 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylvicnltnre — Suite 

Brought  forward 839,976   23 

Fire  Ranging  Districts — Continued — Districts  de  protection  contre  le  feu — Suite 

Salmon  Arm,  B.C. — Concluded 

Clark,  F.  C,  fire  ranger:  April   29  to  Sept.   30  at  $155  per  m.,  $785.32;   travel, 

$7.50 792  82 

CulliSr  J.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48;  travel,  $35.35.  825  83 

Ellis,  O.,  fire  ranger:  April  29  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $785.32;  travel,  $5.85.  791   17 

Fenucane,  G.  E.,  fire  ranger,  Aug.  11  to  Sept.  8  at  $5  per  d 145   00 

Gibbard,  J.,  fire  ranger:  Aug.   14    (J  d.)   to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m,   $242.50; 

travel,    $19.10 261   60 

Gilmour,  A.,  fire  ranger  :   April   28  to  Sept.   30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48  ;   travel, 

$27.45 817   93 

Jackson,  A.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48;  travel, 

$16.40 806   88 

Kappel,  F.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48;   travel, 

$14.05 804   53 

Lithgow,  H.  G.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m^.,  $790.48  ;  travel, 

$26.80 817   28 

McGuire,  S.  M.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48  ;  travel, 

$12.30 802  78 

McLeod,  G.  W.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Aug.  15,  less  1  d.  May  at  $155  per  m., 

$550.48  ;  travel,  $13.05 563   53 

McKinnon,   Mrs.   B.,  stenographer.  May   3  to  Dec.   31   at   $85   per  m.,   $674.52, 

bonus,    $280 954   52 

Martin,  G.,  fire  ranger:  Aug.  10  to  27  at  $5  per  d.,  $90  ;  travel,  $14 104  00 

Mitchell,  E.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48;  travel, 

$83.90 874   38 

Mizon,   J.,    fire   ranger:    April    28    to   Oct.    10   at    $155    per   m.,    $840.48;    travel, 

$105.45 945   93 

Silvermail,  N.,  fire  ranger  :  July  29  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m 325   00 

Sinclair,  T.  F.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48;  travel, 

$38.40 828   88 

Skrifvars,  E.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48;  travel, 

$49.40 839   88 

Somerville,  R.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48  ;  travel, 

$23.75 814   23 

Todd,    C,    fire   ranger:   April    28    to    Sept.    30    at   $155    per   m.,    $790.48;    travel, 

$11.75   802   23 

Turner,   T.,   fire   ranger:   April    28    to  July   31,   less   2   d.   June   at   $155   per  m., 

$470.16;     travel,     $6 476   16 

White,  W.  E.,  fire  ranger:  April  28  to  Sept.  30  at  $155  per  m.,  $790.48;  travel, 

$8.85 799   33 

Travel:  Mobley,  C.  W.,   $890.60;   Smart.  J.,   $322.70;  Wey,   H.,   $9.95 1,223   25 

Firefighters,  etc.:  at  $5  per  d.,  $24,762.05,  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $620.70,  at  $4  per  d., 

$1,326,   at    $3    per    d.,    $121.50;    at    60c.    per   h.,    $2,385.95,    at    53c.    per   h., 

$484.80,    at    35c.    per   h.,    $105.35  ;    sundry,    $27.05  ;    extra    services,    fir©    at 

Taft,    B.C.     (C.P.R.),    1,116    h.,    $497.54 30,330   94 

Auto    hire,    $925.25;    auto   supplies,    $162.70;    barrels,    4,    $60;    board,    $222.50; 

boat,     $57.50  ;     boat     and    launch    hire,     $595.50  ;     boat    repairs,     $502.28  ; 

cartage,   $53.75;   express  and  freight,   $36.89;  gasoline,   1,952  gal.,   $957.36; 

hardware,    $319.26  ;    horsehire.    $335.75  ;    kitchen   utensils,    $820.69  ;    lun>ber, 

$77.27;   pack  sacks,   14,   $87.38;   pack  saddles,   3,   $54.40;   postage,   $123.50; 

provisions,     $8,173.82  ;     smithwork,     $44  ;     telephone    rent,     $44  ;     tents,     6, 

$254  ;    tools,    $1,682.98 ;    transportation    of   men,    $648.05 ;    velocipede    rent, 

$35;    water    bottles,    54,    $109.12;    items    under    $25,    $43.86 

The  Pas.  Man.    ($15,452.32)  — 

Stitt,  B.   M.,  chief  fire  ranger:  Mar.   8   to  Dec.   13   at  $125  per   m.,   $1,149.19, 

Mar.     1     to    31,    1921,    $135:     arrears,    $212.50.    bonus,     $244.16;    travel, 

$186.59     

Albert,  P.,  aset.  fire   ranger,  Aug.    12   to  Oct.    15   at   $85   per  m 

Azure,   M.,   asst.    fire   ranger,   Aug.    15    to   Oct.    9   at    $85    per    m , 

Ballendine,    A.,    asst.   fire   ranger.    May    21    to   31    at    $85    per   m 

Bartlett,   G.,   fire   ranger,  June    1   to  Oct.   22   at   $130    per   m 

Bird,  E.  "V.,   asst    fire  ranger:  June  12   to  Aug.  5   at  $85  per  m.  ;  overpaid,   $5. 

Blain,  W.,  fire  ranger.  May   17  to  July  21   at  $130  per  m 

Bonner,    A,,    asst.    fire    ranger,     Sept.     1     to     30 

Buck,   A.,  asst.  fire  ranger,    June   1   to  30 

Butler,   A.  P.,    asst.   fire  ranger,   Aug.    25    to   Kept.    11    at   $85    per   m 

Carried   forward    


16,426 

81 

1,927 

44 

180 

97 

156 

29 

30 

16 

612 

26 

157 

54 

280 

95 

85 

00 

85 

00 

60 

36 

906,717 

09 

K— 102 


AUDITOR  GEKEIiAL-s  liEPOUT.  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  $         cts. 
Protection  des  futaies:   Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought  forward 906,717   09 

Fire  Ranging  Districts— Concluded — Districts  de  protection  contre  le  feu — Fin 

The  Pas,  Man. — Concluded 

Campbell.  J.  C,  asst.  fire  ranger.  May  17  to  July   10   at  $85  per  m 153   So 

Cochrane,  H.,  a&sU  fire  ranger,  June  23  to  July  14,  Aug.  1  to  14  at  |S5  per  ra.  99   45 

Cochrane,   J.    J.,    fire   ranger,   May    20    to    June    22    at    $130    per   m 145   &6 

Cook,  J.,  asst.  ifire   ranger,  June  13   to   Oct.   22   at   $S5   per   m 366   32 

Evans,    J.,    asst.   fire    ranger,   July    1    to    16    at    $85    per    m 43  87 

Ferguson,  G.  C,    fire  ranger,   May   24    to   Oct.    31    at   $130   per   m 683   54 

GislEison,    J.,  asst.   fire   ranger,  June   3   to   Aug.    31    at   $85   per  m 249   33 

Halcrow.  A.,  asst.  fire  ranger,  May  21  to  July  31,  Oct,  1  to  21  at  $85  per  m.  .  .  .  257   74 

Halcrow.  B.,  asst.  fire  ranger,  June  4  to  30  at  $85  per  m 76   50 

Halcrow,    G.,    fire    ranger,    May    21    to    Oct.    21    at    $130    per   m 654   18 

Head,  A-,   asst.    flre   ranger,  IMay   20   to  June   10   at   $85   per   m 61   23 

Ingram,    J.,   asst.    fire   ranger,   July    14    to    30    at    $85    per   m 46   61 

Lundis,    W,  Li.,   fire    ranger,   June   23   to  Oct.    9    at   $130   per   m 462  41 

McKay,    E.,    asst.    fire   ranger,    Aug.    2    to    Sept.    30    at    $85   per   m 167   26 

McKay,  H.,  asst.   fire  ranger,  July  1  to  Oct.   IS  ai  $85   per  m 304   35 

McKay,   V.,   fire    ranger.   May    18    to   Oct.    18    at    $130    per   m 654   18 

Mackenzie,  R.  K.,  fire  ranger,  June  4  to  Oct.   21  at  $130  per  m 595   06 

■Martens,  G.   F.,   fire  ranger:   April   15   to   30   at  $100   per  m.,   $53.33;    6   m.    to 

Oct.    31,    at    $130    per    m S33   3S 

Maynard,  G.   A.,   asst.    fire  ranger,    Aug.   6   to   21   at    $85  per  m 43   87 

Mitchell,  C.  T.,  fire  ranger,  May  17  to  Oct.  26  at  $13»  per  m.  . 691  93 

Owens,  J.  P.,  Ifiro  ranger,  July   22   to  Oct.   15   at   $130   per   m 364   83 

Uraperville,  S.,  asst.  fire  ranger,  Aug.   1   to  Oct.   16  at  $85   per  m 213   8 7 

Washer,  A.  E.,   asst.   fire  ranger,   July   11   to  Aug.    11    at  $85  per  m 87   74 

Winn,  A.,  asst.    fire   ranger,    June   1   to   July    31    at    $85   per   m 170   00 

Firefighters,  etc.:  at  $85  per  m.,  $78.24;  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $593.85;  at  50c.  per 
h.,    $27.50;   at   40c.   per  h.,   $516.40;    at   30c.    per   h.,    $267.90;    at    25c.   per 

h.,    $47    1,530  89 

Engineer    on    motor   boat,    26    d.    at    $5 130   08 

Auto,  $339.50;  canoes,  3,  $313.20;  canopy  for  motor  boat,  $50;  cartage, 
$39.79;  engines,  motor,  6  "Evinrude",  $837.80;  engine  repairs,  $123.75; 
freight,  $35 ;  gasoline,  594  gal.,  $305.66 ;  hardware,  $101.35  ;  motor  boat 
repairs,    $75.94  ;    paddles,    18,    $36 ;    polarine,    40    gal.,    $49.07  ;    provisions, 

?315.45  ;  tent,  $25.60  ;  tools,  $82.85  ;  items  under  $25.   $77.70 2,79S    «6 

Yukon    ($2,623.08)  — 

Berton,  F.  G.,  mining  recorder  and  fire  warden,  Whitehorse:  travel,  $11.50; 
firefighters,  etc.,  at  $1  per  h.,  $36,  at  80c.  per  h.,  $60,  at  75c.  per  h., 
$294.    at    65c.    per    h.,    $l,:i52,    sundry,    $23;    auto    hire,    $104;    hardware, 

$156  ;  provisions,  $564.98  ;  items  under  $25,  $21.60    2.62?.   OS 


Surveys — A)f>entages 

Alberta  Inspection    ($6,428.91)—  ' 

Carman,  R.  S. :  services.  May  14   to   Sept.    J  3   at   $100   per  m.,   $401.39;   travel, 

$372.70     • 774    09 

Clark,  T.  A.:  services,  May  26  to  Sept.    13    at   $100   per   m..   Mar.,   1921,   84   h. 

at   €0c.,    $413.08  ;    travel,    $409.27 822   «6 

Cram,   W.   D. :  services.  May    31    to   Sept.    18    at    $70    per   m.,    $254.26;    travel. 

$227 48126 

Druce,   E. :    services.    May   28    to    Sept.    23    at    $70     per    m.,     $272.70 ;     travel, 

$323.45 6»6   16 

Elliott,  G.  B. :  services,  (May   31   to   Sept.    18   at  $70  per   m.,    $254.26 ;    travel, 

$217.15     47141 

Galway,  R.,  services.  May  30  to  Sept.  17  at  $100  per  m 863  12 

Jenkins,  F.  T. :  services.   May   31  to  Sept.   23  at  $70  per  ni..   $265.93  ;   travel, 

$246.90 512   88 

Stewart,    K.    A. :    services.    May    22    to    Sept.    25    at    $85    per    m.,     $353.25 ; 

travel,    $255.90 609    15 

Van   Camp,    J.    L,. :    services.    May    22    to   iSept.    25    at    $85    per    ra.,    $353.25; 

travel,  $336.50    689   76 

Auto  and  livery  hire,  $94.65;  meals,  $83.20;  provisions,   $910.95;  items  under 

$25,    $20 1,108   8« 

British  Columbia   ($2,549.46)  — 

Haddow,  W.  R.,  student  assistant:   May   21   to  Oct.   5   at   $70,   $316.13;   travel. 

$342.60    668   7« 

Carried  forward    928, »14  16 


l\Ti:iil()R   DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K      103 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No    1 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  %         eta. 

Protection  des  fntaies:   Sylvicnltnre — Suite 

Brought  forvvid-d   928,:!14    IG 

Si'A'veys — Arprntaycs 

I?ril  ish  Columbia — Concludrd 

Thrupp,  A.  C,   assistant  in  charge:  May    10    to   Oct.    5    at   |85,    $414.03;   extra 

service,   Feb.   at  50c.   per   h.,    $59.25:    travel,    $367.65 840   93 

Walker,  J.  C.  E..  student  assistant:  June  21  to  Sept.  19  at  $80,  $237.34;  travel, 

$162.65     399   99 

Liabourers,   etc.,   at    $3.50   per   d 110   25 

Auto  hire,   $37.50;  cartage,   $3S  ;   jjrovisiona,    $443.91;   items   under  $25,   $20.15.  539   56 

I'etawawa   Experimental   Station    ($987.48)  — 

Pouliotte,    R.   W. :    services,    2    m.    to   May   31    at    $90,    Nov.    Feb.    and    Mar.    at 

$105.    less    1.1J    d.,    $39;    bonus,    $64;    travel,    $42.90 562   90 

Travel:    Cass,    N.    D.,    $63.45;    Macdonald,    D.    A.,     $50.65;     Saunders,     E.     G., 

$81.25  ;   White.   C.   E.,    $89 284   35 

Instruments,    Ltd.,     Ottawa,     repairing    compasses 25   00 

Mackenzie,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  tent,  $59.65  ;  cots,  camp,  6  at  $6.50 98   65 

Hardware,  etc 16  68 

Forest     Products     Laboratory,     Montreal — Laboratoire     des      produits     forestiers, 

Montreal  (SSi.W'J.SSJ 

Kynoch,   W.,   superintendent:  April    1    to   June    29    at    $2,820,    June    30    to    Mar.    31 

at    $3,660,   $3,452.33;   arrears,    $600;    bonus,    $240;    travel,    $153.46 4,445   79 

Chaplin,  C.  J.,  chief  timber  tester:  Jan.  3  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,700,  $660.48;  bonus,  $60  720  4i 
Seaman,    L.    N.,    chief    timber    tester:   April    1    to    Aug.    16    at    $2,700,    $1,016.13 

(resigned);    arrears,    $261.69;    bonus,    $90.33 1,368   15 

Alexander,  C,  laboratory  assistant:   12  m.   to  Mar.  31,  $1,020;  arrears,   $60;  bonus, 

$420 1,500   00 

Blair,   R.   J.,    pathologist:   12    m.   to   Mar.    31,    $2,160;    arrears,    $760;    bonus,    $240; 

travel,    $490.43 3,650   43 

Blatchford,   Miss   M.   R.,   clerk-stenographer:    12    m.    to   Mar.    :U,    less   2    d.   Feb.    at 

$80,    $954.29  ;    bonus,    $220.68 1,174   97 

Boyd,  J.  L.,  photographer:  Jan.  5  to  Mar.   31  at  $100,  $287.10;  bonus,  $94.74 381   84 

Brophy,  M.  J.,  timber   tester:   6   m.   to  Sept.   30   at  $105,  6   m.   to  Mar.   31  at  $120; 

bonus,    $132;    travel,    $24.60 1,506   60 

(^ameron,   E.   P.,  associate   chemist:   2   m.   to  May   31   at   $50,    lo   m.    to   Mar.   31   at 

$150;   arrears,    $60;    bonu.s,    $230;    travel,    $70.60 1,960   60 

C'oderre,   J.   A.,   assistant,   wood   preservation:   12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $2,700;    arrears, 

$80  ;   bonus,    $240  ;    travel,   $804.96 3,824    96 

Colleary,  M.  J.,  laboratory  a.ssistant,  12  rn.  to  Mar.  31,  $900  ;  bonus,  $322  ;  travel,  $78  1.300   00 

Culyer,  B.  W..  clerk:  Oct.  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $75,  $406.45;  bonus,  $189.68 596   13 

De  Guise,  P.,  laboratory  assistant:   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320:  arrears,  $43.39;  bonus, 

$132 1,495    39 

Dettmers,  J.  O.,  janitor  at  $10  per  m 120  00 

Flynn,  H.  R.,  assistant  timber  tester:  Mar.  22  to  31  at  $75,  $24.19;  bonus,   $6.78..  30   97 

Graydon,  G.  T.,  assistant  machine  operator:   2  m.  to  May  31,  $200;  bonus,   $27....  227   00 

Hale,  J.  D.,  timber  physics  specialist,  Feb.  14  to  Mar.  31   at  $2,700 .145   55 

Henke,    M.,    senior    account    clerk:    12    m.     to     Mar.     31,     $1,380;     arrears,     $220; 

bonus,    $372 1,972   00 

Holman,  Miss  M.  H.,  clerk-stenographer:   12   m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,140;   arrears,   $80; 

bonus,    $192 .-.  .  1,412   00 

Keiller,  A.,  clerk:  April  1  to  June  30,  Aug.  1  to  8  at  $75,  $244.35;  bonus,  $40.73..  285  OS 

Keiller,  D.  W.,  janitor:   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $720';  arrears,  $60;  bonus,  $420 1.200   00 

Kinsella,    Miss   E.    M.,    stenographer:  Oct.    7    to    Mar.    31    at    $80,    $464.52;    bonus, 

$107.42 571   94 

Lanouette,  E.  J.,  carpenter  foreman  at  7Sc.   per  h 1,745  64 

Lodge,  W.  C,  associate  chemist,   Sept.   16   to  Mar.   31  at  $150 975   00 

MacGibbon,  F.  J.,  timber  tester:   Dec.  3  to  Mar.  31  at  $120,  $472.25  ;  bonus,  $114.13  : 

travel,  $20.05 606   43 

MacMillan,  H.  S..  clerk,  Sept.   18  to  30,  Oct.  16  to  31  at  $75 7120 

McNab,  S.  D.,  consulting  forestry  engineer.   12  m.  to  Mar.   31 600   00 

McOuat,  D.   D.,   timber   tester:  Sept.    9    to   Mar.    31   at    $120,    $808;    bonus,    $195.27; 

travel,   $44.65 1 ,047   92 

Mooney,  F.  M.,  timber  tester:  Mar.  7  to  31  at  $120,  $96.77  ;  bonus.  $6.85 103   62 

O'Donohue,  F..  laboratory  assistant   at   $20  per  w.,   Aug.   to   Sept 60   00 

Prain,   Miss   M.   S.,   librarian:   12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,020;    bonus,    $222 1.242   00 

Stokes,   W.    B.,    photo    chemist:   12   m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,040;    arrears,    $420;    travel. 

1102.75 2,562   75 


Carried  forward    970.2fifi   SI 


K 104  AUDITOR  GENERAL',^  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Continued  %         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylviculture — Suite 

Brought   forward    970,296  81 

Forest   Products   Laboratory,  Montreal — Concluded — Laboratoire   des   produits 
forestiers,  Montreal — Fin. 

Tuder,  R.  B.,  assistant  timber  tester:  Mar.  22  to  31  at  $75,  $24.19;  bonus,  $6.78   ..  30  97 

Warner,  J.  H.,  laboratory  assistant :  March,   $75  ;  bonus,   $21 96  00 

Webster,  N.  C,  laboratory  assistant:  9  m.  at  $75,  3  m.  at  $80;  bonus,  $420 1,335  00 

Williams,   E.  A.,   draughtsman:  12   m.   to  Mar.    31,   $1,320;   arrears,    $360;   bonus, 

$372 2,052   00 

Office  boy  at  $6  per  w. :  Kendall,  A.,  $169  ;  Knight,  A.,  $87  ;  Wait,  S.,  $51 307  00 

Office  cleaning  at  $2.25  per  d.,  Mrs.  D.  W.  Keiller 40  50 

Travel,    L.    L.    Brown 33   60 

Carpenters,   labourers,   machinists,   etc. :  at   75c.    per  h.,    $1,763.59 ;  at   70c.    per  Ji., 

$696.50;  at   65c.  per  h.,   $640.45;   at   50c.   per  h.,    $2,426.80;   sundry,    $22 5,549   34 

McGill  University,  steam  supplied,  1  yr.  to  June  30,  1920 1,894  58 

Alcohol,  251  gal.,  $215.77;  boiler^  galv.,  82  gal.,  $100.98;  cartage  and  crating, 
$82.20;  car  tickets,   $72.95;   drugs  and   chemicals.    $331.62;   electrical   supplies, 

$253.72;  express,  $95.50;   freight,   $93.54;   hardware,   $1,185;  ice,   $105.09 2,536  37 

Insurance  premium,   1  yr. :   on  building,  $306;  on  mill,   $77.50 383   50 

Investigation  of  mine  timber  in  Nova  Scotia 300   00 

Laboratory  appliances  and  supplies,  $750.28  ;  lens,  $92.87  ;  logs,  $100.87  ;  lumber, 
$349.17;  office  supplies,  $104.01;  photographic  supplies,  $317.32;  postage, 
$106.80;  stationery,  books,  etc.,  $160.44;  storage,  $40;  telegrams,  $48.61; 
telephone  rent,  2,  $160.64;  telephone  tolls,  $33.30;  towel  service,  $72;  type- 
writer repairs,  $30.25;  vacuum  box,  $90.78;  water,  $34.40;  items  under  $25, 
$44.54 2,536   28 

Forest    Products    Laboratory,     Vancouver — Laboratoire    des     produits    forestiers, 

Vancouver    ($19,680.09) 

Brown,  L.  L.,  computing  engineer:  April  1  to  May  22  at  $175,  $299.19    (resigned)  ; 

bonus,   $34.19 333  38 

Dunbar,   W.  P.,  computing  engineer:  April   1   to   May   21,  less   1   d.   April   at   $150, 

May  22  to  Mar.  31  at  $225,  $2,569.19  ;  bonus,  $261  ;  travel,  $4.85 2,835   04 

Andrews,    D.    H.,    stenographer-bookkeeper:    Dec.    7    to    Jan.    31    at    $85,    $153.55; 

bonus.   $63.23 216  78 

Garland,  H.  B.,  stenographer:  3  m.  to  June  30,  Aug.  1  to  Sept.  14  at  $85,  $379.67, 

July,    $80;    bonus,    $101.13 560  80 

Irwin,    G.    M.,    testing   machine    operator:  May    21    to   June    23    at    $105,    $117.76; 

bonus,    $37.01 154   77 

Lee,  J.  T.,  timber  tester:  May  26  to  Aug.  31  at  $105,  $335.32,  7  m.  to  Mar,  31  at 

$120;     bonus,     $312.39 1,487  71 

Lester,   J.    J.,    stenographer-bookkeeper:    Sept.    20    to     Dec.     6     at     $85,     $217.62; 

bonus,   $46.76 264   38 

Maurice,    H.    L.,    stenographer-bookkeeper:    Feb.    18    to    Mar.    29    at    $85,    $112.91; 

bonus,   $25.77 138   68 

Perry,  R.  S.,  timber  tester:  July  29  to  Aug.  31  at  $105,  $115.16,  7  m.  to  Mar.  31 

at   $120;   bonus.   $243.20 1,198   36 

White,  A.,  carpenter:  at  $130  per  m.,  $390;  at  $7  per  d.,  $1,538 1,928   00 

Wright,  D.  S.,  assistant  timber  tester:  Mar.  7  to  31  at  $75,  $60.48;  bonus,  $28.23..  88  71 

Olsen,  T.,  Testing  Machine  Co.,  Philadelphia,   Penn.,  U.S.A,  testing  machine  with 

electrical    motor,    etc 9,500   00 

Cartage,    $167;    express    and    freight,    $212.28;    hardware,    $55.26;    photographic 

supplies,    $86.83  ;    planer,    $45.90  ;    sawing    logs,    8,    $185  ;    telephone    rent,    $78  ; 

items  under  $25,    $143.21 973  48 

Adjustments — Rectifications 

Balance   due   agent   from    1919-20,   Kynoch,   W , 0  20 

Balances  on  hand,  March  31,  1921 — 

Dwight,    T.    W.,     $103.31;    Fisher,    E.    L.,     $502.20;    Musante,     C.     J.,     $1.50; 

Rafton-Canning,   A.,    $331.24 938   25 

1.008,010  49 
Less — Deductions  as  below 145,253  14 

862,757   35 


I 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 105 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No'.   1 

Protection  of  Timber:  Forestry — Concluded  {         cts. 

Protection  des  fntaies:  Sylviculture — Fin 

Dedu-ctions — Deductions 

Amounts  collected  on  account  of  flre  guarding 

Various  refunds   for  supplies  and  goods  lost  by  rangers 

C.   MacFayden,   sale  of  provisions 

Unexpended  balances  of  advances  of  1921-22  credited  in  1920-21  in  error 

Over-refunded  on  account  of  bonus,  G.  M.  Linton,  Porcupine  Forest  Reserve 

Part   cost   of   pulp  and    paper    exhibit   for   British   Empire   Timber   Exhibits   paid 

by   C.    N.    Rys 

Balances   brought    forward    from    1919-20 — 

Blackford,  J.  T..  $1,188.86  ;  Kynoch,  W.,   20c.  ;   Musante,  C.  J.,   $1.50 

Balances    due    inspectors,    March    31,    1921:    Blackford,    J.    T.,    $2.59;    MacFayden, 

C.    $193.45 

Charged   to  Vote   558 (Page  K — 166) 

Charged  to  provisional  allowance   (Page  K — 166) 


30,124 

78 

4 

25 

35 

05 

25 

30 

8 

60 

344 

20 

1,190 

56 

196 

04 

46,945 

87 

66,378 

64 

145,253   14 


29,811 

01 

85 
39 

00 
50 

23 

56 

106 

253 

23 

60 

20 
64 
36 
55 

Water  Pcwer  Investigations 
Recherclies  snr  les  ponvoirs  hydranliqnes 

General  Expenses — D^peuses  gSn^rales 

Services  of  Ottawa  offlcials   (Page  K — 29) 

Am.   Society  of  Civil  Engineers,  N.Y.,  annual  dues,  $20 ;  Am.  Institute  Electrical 

Engineers,  N.Y. :  entrance  fee,  $5  ;  dues  to  May  21,  1921,  $10 

Barks,  A.   A.,  Ottawa,  repairs  to  transit,   etc 

Bausch   &   Lomb,   Optical  Co.,   Rochester,   N.Y.,   extension   tripod,   $22.50 ;    express, 

$1.06    

Blrkett    (Thos.)    &  Son  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  galv.  steel  wire  cable,   260   lb.,   $35.75; 

turnbuckles,  24,  $27.60  ;  sundry  hardware,  $41.25  ;  express,  $1.60 

Buffalo  Meter  Co.,  Buffalo:  special  counters,  12,  $240,  1,  $12;  expres.s,  $1.64 

Burke  &  James,  Inc.,  Chicago  :  mats,  20  boxes,   $20  ;   sundry  items,   $3.36    

Burroughs  Welcome  &  Co.,  Montreal,  first-aid  cases,  3,  $50  ;   freight,  55c 

Can.  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  steel  cable,  500  ft.,  $35;  wire,  2,000  ft., 

$98.21  ;   express.   80c 134  oi 

Can.  Kodak  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  paper,  azo,  11  x  14,   12  gr.,   $92.79;   sundry  paper, 

$47  ;    process    plates,    5    x    7,    32    doz.,    $81.54  ;    sundry    photographic    supplies, 

$129.73    

Collector  of  Customs,  duty  on  foreign  purchases    

Commercial  Camera  Co.,  Rochester,  N.Y.,  photostat  paper,   350-ft.   rolls,   6 

Consolidated  Optical  Co..  Toronto:  Alidade  telescope,   $250;   transit,    55-in.,    $400.. 

Cooper  Hewitt  Electrical  Co. :  mercury  tubes,  7,  $102  ;  express,  $13.92 

Corry,    Mrs.    M.   E.,    Ottawa,    Universal    draughting   machine    

Dept.  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery:  printing,  $12,092.75;  stationery,  $6,952.50; 

parliamentary  publications,  $36.90    

Dept.  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment,   1   double  desk   

Globe  Indemnity  Co.  of  Canada,  premium  on  bonds    

Greening  Wire  Co.,  Hamilton,  galv.   sash  cord,   1,000  ft 

Gurley,  W.  &  L.  E.,  Troy,  N.Y.  ;  parts  for  current  meter,  $226.05;  express,  $1.91.. 

International  Exposition  Co.,  rental  of  booth  at  Exposition    

Instruments,  Ltd.,  Toronto:   plane  tables,   18   x   24,   2,   $150;   stadia  rods,   14-ft.,    3, 

$57.75;    hand    levels,    2,    $17    

Mallinckrodt  Chemical  Works,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  chemicals   

Mitchell,  C.  H.  &  P.   H.,  Toronto :   engineering  services.  Hydro  Electric  project  at 

Bow  Falls,  Banff.  $450  ;  trip  to  Ottawa  from  Toronto,  $43.50    

National   Drug  and   Chemical   Co.,   Ottawa,   chemicals    

Northern   Electric  Co.,   Ltd.,  Montreal:   flexible  cord,   325   ft.,   $17.60;    sundry   elec- 
trical  supplies,   $24.07 41    67 

Ontario  Hughes-Owens  Co.,  Ottawa:  f',urley's  level,  $162.25;   Price  current  meters, 

6,   $300;   meter  accessories,   $177.12;   Spencer  microscope,   $95;   wading  pants, 

2   pr.,   $33  ;    suspended   pantograph,   $55 ;   metallic   tapes,    24,   $77.34 ;    extension 

tripod,  $31  ;  sundry  items,  $51.69    982  40 

Ottawa    Car    Mfg.    Co.,    Ltd.,    Ottawa:    cable    carriers,    12.    $71.40;    supports    and 

tighteners,   24,   $138    209   40 

Supplies  Co.,  of  Canada,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  bromide  paper,  7  doz.,   $40;   1   roll.  $5.30; 

buff  velour  paper,   16   doz,,   $72  ;   sundry   items,   $42.08    159   38 

Topley  Co.,  Ottawa,  alidade  for  traverse  table   20  00 

Universal  Motor  Cars  Ltd.,  Calgary,  Ford  runabout,  with  accessories,  $783.07,  less 

$125  for  old  car 658   07 


351 

06 

122 

32 

129 

60 

650 

00 

115 

92 

40 

00 

19,082 

15 

80 

00 

112 

00 

27 

00 

227 

96 

165 

00 

224 

75 

28 

51 

493 

50 

31 

65 

Carried   forward    54,429   1 7 


K— 106  AUDITOR   GEXKRAUs   REl'ORT.   ]<J.iO-I92I 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Water  'Pojurer  Investigations — Continued  $         cts. 

Recherclies  sur  les  pouvoirs  hydranliqnes — Suite 

Brought    forward    54,429    17 

General  Expenses — Concluded — Depenses  generalcs — Pin 

Express  and   freight:   Can.   Express   Co.,    $25.82;    Can.   Nat.    Express   Co.,    $355.10; 

Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Co..  $86  ;  Dominion  Express  Co..  $95.14    562  .06 

Telegrams:    Can.    Nat.    Telegraph    Co.,    $183.93;    C.P.R.    Go's.    Telegraph,    $246.10; 

G.N.W.  Telegraph  Co.,  $555.78    985   81 

Small  items:  butter  cloth,  236  yd.,  $25.47;  stereopticon  lamp.s,   2,  $14.40;  engineer's 

tapes  (100  ft.),  2,  $21.12  ;  small  items,  $81.95    149   94 

Travelling  Expenses,  etc. — Depenses  de  voyage,  etc. 

Beale,  A.  M.,  expenses  re  Exposition  of  Chemical  Industries,  New  York:  rental   of 

furniture,  $75;  rent  of  3   ferns,   $9;   exchange,   $18.43;  small  items,   $12.40....  114  83 

Champness,  A.  H.,  re  attendance  at  Eastman  Professional   School,   Montreal.    4   d., 

travelling   expenses,    $37.85  ;    hotel,    $10.60 48   45 

Johnston,  J.  T. :  16  trips,  Ottawa  to  Toronto,  ?492.S9  ;  Ottawa  to  Havelock  and 
return,  $15.60;  trip  to  Montreal  and  Toronto,  $36.95;  trip  to  Iroquois  Falls, 
$43.95  :  trip  to  New  York  and  Washington,  $107.93,  exchange,  $29  ;  trip  to  New 
York,    $73.38,    exchange,    $11.25 810   95 

Kensit,  H.  E.  M.  :  Conjoint  Board,  England,  travelling  expenses,  $69.13,  board  and 
lodging,  $121,  sundry  expenses,  $26.05  ;  Winnipeg  Power  situation.  La  Colle 
Falls  Development,  etc.,  travel  and  living  expenses,  $790.20  ;  sundry  outlay. 
$110;  investigations  in  Washington,  etc.,  travel  and  living  expenses,  $251.45, 
sundry  outlay,  $83.10,  balance  on  hand,  Alar.  31,  1920,  $195.09,  total,  $1,646.02, 
unaccounted  for  in  1919-20  report,  see  p.  K — 95  ;  expenses  re  Power  Co.  at 
Calgary,  Hydro-Electric  Com.,  etc.,  travel  and  living  expenses,  $271.50, 
sundry  outlay,  $22.30  ;  convention  in  Washington  and  hearing  of  Joint  Com- 
mission, N.Y.,  etc.,  travel  and  living  expenses,  $545.90,  transcripts  of  proceed- 
ings of  Washington  Convention  and  Federal  Power  Commission,  $305.85 ; 
exchange,  $87.40  ;  sundry  outlay,   $51.65 1,284   60 

Marr,  N.,  Ottawa  to  Niagara  Falls  and  return 51  15 

Inspection  of  Construction,   etc. — Inspection   de   la   construction,   etc.    ($3,6H.i7) 

Hogarth,   B.  B.,   assistant  power  development  engineer,   12   m.   to  Mar.    31,   $2,220  ; 

arrears,  $180.92;  bonus,  $220;  travel,  $313.05;  board  and  lodging,   $680.50 3,614   47 

British    Columbia    Hydrometric    Surveys — Colomhia-Britanniqiie    leves 
hydrometriqxies  (SBH.KS.iSJ 

Swan,  R.  G.,  hydrometric  engineer,  Vancouver:   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $3,060;  arrears, 

$96.67;   bonus,    $240;    travelling   expenses,    $1,583.04 4,979   71 

Cline,   C.  G.,   division  hydrometric  engineer,  Kamloops :    12   m.   to  Mar.    31,   $2,580; 

arrears,   $260;  bonus,   $240  ;   travelling  expenses,   $413.53 3,493   53 

Richardson,  C.  E.,  division  hydrometric  engineer:  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $2,580,  less 
military  pay  at  $3  per  d.,  $1,110;  arrears,  $260;  bonus,  $180  (transferred  to 
3.C.R.  Dept.) 1,550   00 

Webb,  C.  E.,  senior  assistant  engineer,  Vancouver:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,820; 
arrears,  $600;  bonus,  $240;  travelling  expenses,  $1,361.05;  assistance,  packing, 
etc.,     $206  ;     sundrie.s,     $7.70 ^ 5,234   75 

Archibald,  F.  R.,  junior  power  development  engineer,  Vancouver:  6  m.  at  $1,680, 
6  m.  at  $1,800;  arrears,  $142.50;  bonus,  $288;  bonu.s  overpaid,  $12;  travelling 
expenses,  $148.75  ;  assistance,  $35  ;  sundrie.«.  Sl.^ts    2.:?6S   20 

Balls,  iM.,  assistant   power  development   engineer,   Vancouver:    12   m.   to   Mar.   31, 

$2,220  ;    arrears,    $300  ;    bonus,    $240 2,760   00 

Beeston,  G.  K.,  hydrometric  recorder,  Vancouver:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,56U  ;  arrears, 
$176.66  ;  bonus,  $324  ;  travelling  expenses,  $2,044.15  ;  assistance,  $63.75  ; 
sundries,   $14.40 4,182   96 

Corboult,  C.  E.,  hydrometric  recorder,  Kamloops:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560;  arrears, 

$240  :  bonus,  $324  ;   travelling  expenses,   $557.50 2,681   50 

McNaughton,  A.  L.,  junior  power  development  engineer,  Kamloops:  3  m.  at  $1,680, 
8  m.  at  $1,S00,  1  m.  at  $2,100;  arrears.  $180;  bonus,  $285;  travelling  expenses, 
$900.80;   gasoline,    $208.15;   motor  car   expenses,    $118.30;    sundries,   $33.25 3,520  50 

Phillips,  A.  M.,  junior  power  development  engineer,  Kamloops:    12   m.   to  Mar.   31, 

$1,800  ;   arrears,    $180  ;    bonus,    $276    2,256   00 

Plrie,  A.,  hydrometric  recorder:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,680;  arrears,  $360;  bonxis, 
$300;  travelling  expenses,  $613.30;  gasoline,  $107.00;  motor  car  expen.ses, 
$196.20  ;  assistance,  etc.,  $68.50 3,325   60 


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INTEiilOIi   DEFA RTMKNT:  EXPEXDITURE 
SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


K— 107 


■Water  Power  Investigations — Continued 
Reclierclies  sur  les  pouvoirs  hydrauliques — Suite 

Broiijjlit     fiir\v;iril     


I 


British     Cnhonbid     U iidroinvlric     Surveys — Concluded — Colomhia-HrHannUiue    Icv^s 

hydro  metriq  ites — Fin 

Steven,  J.  H.  A.,  hydrometric  recorder:  Oct.  5  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,440,  $704.52;  bonus, 

?49.90  :   travelling  expenses,   $43.60 

Tredcroft,  E.  H.,  junior  power  development  engineer,  Kamloops :  12  m.  to  Mar.   31, 
$1,800;     arrears,     $230;     travelling    expon.ses,     $274.35;     auto     hire,     $412.40; 

assistance,    $35  ;    sundries,    $119.95 

Whitehouse,    A.    C,    hydrometric   recorder:    April    5    to    Mar.    31    at   $1,440,    $1,424; 
bonus,  $102;  travelling  expense.",  $667.20';  assistance,  $40.50;  hardware,  60c... 
Expenses,    Vancouver    ($9,540.75)  — 

'  MacLachlan,    P.,   senior   clerk-bookkeeper:    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,680,   arrears, 

$120,    bonus,    $300 ;    travelling    expenses,    $199.95 

Milner,    A.    T.,    senior    stores   clerk:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,680,    arrears,    $120, 

bonus,    $300  :     travelling    expenses,     $87.05 

Robinson,   Miss  W.   M.,   clerk  stenographer:   12   m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,020;  arrears, 

$60,    bonus.    $222 

Assistants:  J.   Gilbert,  draughtsman,   1   m.,   $130;   D.   Bell,   engineering  clerk  at 
$3.50   per   d.,    $80.50  :    C.   Douglas,   packer   at   $5,    $60  ;    I    .J.    Forbes,   typist 
at   $4,    $40  ;    A.    C.    Munro,   typist  at   $3.50,    $35  ;    M.   E.    Whitmore,   steno- 
grapher   at    $4,    $60;    sundry,    $131 

Miscellaneous  expenses:  auto  supplies  and  repairs,  $696.30;  blue  and  white 
prints,  $219.01  ;  cartage  and  freight,  $35.33  ;  car  tickets,  $38.05  ;  exchange. 
$54.81;  express,  $83.74;  gasoline,  $136.93;  hardware  and  electrical 
supplies,  $465.90  ;  office  expenses,  tracing  paper,  etc.,  $168.56  ;  photographic 
expenses,  $180.97  ;  postage,  $168.10  ;  rent  of  garage,  $120  ;  repairs  to 
instruments  and  stop  watches,  $126.50  ;  sleeping  bags,  3,  $192.15  ;  tele- 
phone  rent,    12    m.,    office,    $108,    R.    G.    Swan's   residence,   $42;    telegrams, 

$93.80;    weights,    lead,    60    lb.,    $82.80;    sundry    items,    $202.30 

Expenses,   Kamloops    ($6,314.74)  — 

George.  L.  S.,  hydrometric  recorder:  3  m.  at  $1,440,  9  m.  at  $1,560,  arrears. 
1919-20.     $292,     bonus,     $330;     travelling    expenses,     $340.52;     assistance, 

$76.75  ;    auto    supplies,     $62.40  ;     sundries.     $1.90 

Rothnie,    Miss    L.,    stenographer,    Dec.    6    to    Mar.    31    at    $80,    $307.10,    bonus, 

$47.98 

Rodmen,    etc.,   at   $4.50    per   d.,    $9,    at    $4.    $340 

Miscellaneous  expenses:  auto  licenses  and  registration.  $64;  auto  supplies 
and  repairs.  $1,095.42;  cartage,  express  and  freight,  $36.88;  gasoline, 
$211.55;  gauge  supplies  and  repairs,  $771.47;  hardware,  etc.,  $146.34; 
lumber,  etc.,  for  weir,  $97.23  ;  painting  and  repairing  boats,  $77.18  ; 
postage.    $86.06;    rent    of    garage,    $137.90;    telephone    rent,    $81;    sundry 

items.     $172.06 

Yukon   trip.   Mayo   Investigation    ($1,765.10)  — 

Travelling  expenses:  M.   Balls  and   B.   B.   Hogarth,   $1,538.05;   J.   H.   A.   Steven, 

$61.85 

Miscellaneous  expenses:   robes,   eiderdown,   2,    $128.10;   photographic  expenses. 

$31.13  ;     sundries,     $5.97 

Gauge   readers — 

Coast  division:  at  $15  per  m.,  $45,  at  $10,  $60,  at  $9,  $27,  at  $7.50,  $90,  at  $6, 

$36,    at    $5,    $141.95;   at    50c.    per   d.,    $45,   at    25c.,    $10.75 

Kamloops   division:    at    $25    per    m.,    $150,   at    $10,    $219.60,    at    $7.50,    $120.80, 

at  $6,  $36,  at  $5,  $119.20;  at  50c.  per  d.,  $83.  at  25c..  $126;  sundry,  $39. 

Kootenay   division:   at   $7.50    per  m.,    $74.90,   at   $5,   $258.85;    sundry,    $41.... 

Kootenay   Garage,   Chevrolet   car 

Ontario-Hughes-Owens    Co.,    Ltd,    Ottawa:    double    deck    meter   boxes,    4,    $110.40: 
Gurley  current  meter  accessories,  $326.94  ;  wading  pants,  6  pr.,  $108  ;  express, 

etc.,     $15.33 

Pritchard-Andrews  Co.  of  Ottawa,  Ltd.:  iron  gauge  rods,  enamelled,  350,  $556.50; 

freight,     $39.27 

Topley   Co.,    Ottawa:    tapes,    24,    $67.98;    express,    $2.65 

Ward   Motor   Co.,   Kamloops,   Chevrolet    motor   car 

Manitoba  and   Ontario   Hydrometric   Surveys — Lev6s   hydromdtriqiies   du   ifanitoba 
et  de  I'Ontario  ($6i,6t7.92). 

Attwood.   C.    H..   district  hydraulic   engineer.   Winnipeg:    12    m.   to   Mar.    31,    $3,060, 
arrears,  $280.  bonus,  $240  ;  travelling  expenses,   $1.264.67 


$         cts. 


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798   02 

2,871  70 
2,234    30 

2,299  95 
2,187  OE 
1,302   OC 

536   50 


3,215    25 


2,633    57 

355   08 
349   00 


2,977    09 

1,.''>99    90 
165    20 

455    70 

893   60 

374    75 

1.17.''.   00 

560   67 

595   77 

70   63 

1,190   00 


4,844   67 


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l.'?2.0S2    58 


K 108  AUDITOR  GETiERAL'S  REPORT.  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

■Water  Poorer  Investigations — Continued  $         cts. 

Recherclies  snr  les  ponvoirs  hydranliqnes — Suite 

Brought  forward •. 132,082  58 

Manitoba  and  Ontario  Hydrometric  Surveys — Continued — Levis  hydrornetriques  du 
Manitoba  et  de  I'Ontario — Suite 

Allen,  C.  O.,  hydrometric  recorder:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,680,  arrears,  $880.83, 
bonus,  $42  ;  travelling  expenses,  $823.21  ;  hire  of  dog  team,  at  $6  per  d.,  $138, 
at  $5  per  d.,  $365;  dog  feed,  $88.20;  driver  of  dog  team,  $68;  labour,  $75.25; 
provisions,    $200.51 ;    sundry    items,     $8.60 3,869   60 

Craig,  John,  senior  assistant  engineer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,820,  arrears,  $700, 
bonus,  $240  ;  travelling  expenses,  $200.09  ;  labour,  $2.20  ;  balance  removal 
expenses,     $48.39 4,010   68 

Galloway,    C.    C,    hydrometric   recorder    (see    Lake    of    the   Woods    Control    Board, 

External   Affairs   for   salary),    arrears,    $176.13;    bonus,    $163.50 339   63 

Gow,    D.    B.,    assistant    power    development    engineer:    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,340, 

arrears,    $796.34,    bonus,    $240:    travelling    expenses,    $214.14 3,590   48 

Hansen,    O.    A.,    hydrometric    recorder:    May    13    to    Sept.    20    at    $120,    $513.55, 

bonus,    $36.38  ;    travelling    expenses,    $74  ;    labour,    $18 641   93 

Ireland,  W.  J.,  assistant  engineer,  April  1  to  19  at  $200,   $126.67,  bonus,  $12.67 139   34 

Johnston,  H.  L.,  junior  power  development  engineer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800, 
arrears,  $180,  bonus,  $276;  travelling .  expenses,  $742.80;  provisions,  $75.53; 
sundry    items,    $23.50 • 3,097  83 

Madden,    M.    S.,    junior    power    development    engineer,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,220, 

arrears,    $600 2,820  00 

Mooney.  J.  P..  junior  power  development  engineer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800; 
arrears,  $280;  bonus,  $276;  travelling  expenses,  $265.43;  labour,  $15.50;  pro- 
visions,   $20.05 2,656  98 

Moore.   T.   .T.,  junior  power    development   engineer:    12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,920,   less 

$120,  refund  re  military  pay ;  arrears,  $570 2,370   00 

Patterson,  E.  B.,  assistant  power  development  engineer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $2,340; 

arrears.    $420;    bonus,    $240;    travelling   expenses,    $266.79;    provisions,    $52.55.  3,319  34 

Rose,  J.  T..  junior  power  development  engineer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800;  arrears, 

$559.84;    bonus,    $95.83 2,455  «7 

Smith.  F.  S.,  hydrometric  recorder:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,680;  arrears,  $310;  bonus, 

$300;    travelling   expenses,    $1,148.42;    labour,    $46.85;    sundries,    $1.20 3,486   47 

Wallace.  W.   H.,   hydrometric  recorder :    12   m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,680;   arrears,    $360; 

bonus,    $300;    travelling    expenses,    $273.20;    labour,    $14.50 2,627  70 

Barry.  P.  J.,  draughtsman:   12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,500;   arrears,   $140;  bonus,   $102.  1,742  00 

Greenwood,  C,  senior  clerk-bookkeeper:   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,800;   bonus,   $276...  2,076   00 

Bjornason.  Miss  O.,  stenographer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  SI,  less  31   d.   at   $65,   $714.51; 

bonus,   $230.14 944   65 

Cole,  A.,  stores  clerk:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  $960  ;  bonus.  $420 1,380  00 

MacKay.   S.  W.,  stenograplier :  April   1  to  Sept.   22  at  $85,   $487.33;  arrears,  $60; 

bonus,   $120.40 667  73 

Smith,  A.  W..  clerk  stenographer:  July  15  to  Mar.  31  at  $80,  $683.87  ;  bonus,  $299.19.  983   06 

Whitman,  Miss  Z.,  stenographer,  April  7  to  May   22  at  $75 113   23 

Armstrong,   E.   F.  ;   travelling  expenses,    $19.15;   expenses  re  accident,   $27.04 46  19 

Canoemen  at  $4.50  per  d.,   $148.50;  rodmen  at  50c.  per  h.,   $8.50;   sundry,   $26....  183   00 

Gauge  readers:  at  $20  per  m.,  $68.06;  at  $15.  $319.84;  at  $12.50,  $215.73;  at  $12, 
$60;  at  $10.  $685.16;  at  $7.50.  $1,343.86;  at  $6,  $78;  at  $5,  $1,948.29; 
special,     $95.50;     sundry,     $76.75 4,89119 

Miscellaneous  expenses:  auto  supplies  and  repairs,  $289.50;  blue  and  white  prints, 
$173.89;  board,  $46.50;  boat,  $595;  brass  goods,  $219.97;  cable,  galv.,  4,400  ft., 
$175.92;  canoes,  3.  $341;  paddles,  $38.50;  waterproof  cover,  $30;  cartage, 
$92.90:  coal.  $43.50;  express,  $167.20;  freieht,  $50.83;  gasoline  and  oil, 
$138.80;  hardware,  $285.52;  laundry.  $45.71;  lumber,  $31.84;  photographic 
expenses,  $91.48;  postage,  $165.92;  rent  of  garage,  $90;  rent  of  office,  Kee- 
watin,  9  m..  $72  :  rent  of  telephone.  12  m..  '87  ;  C.  H.  Attwood's  residence, 
6  m.,  $16.50  ;  repairs  to  instruments,  $61.84  ;  motor  boat  and  canoes,  $208.95  ; 
tents.  $41.94:  watches  and  time  clocks,  $47.35;  sundry,  $31.10;  rollers, 
material  and  labour,  $182.34;  stationery,  $31.40;  storage,  launch,  etc.,  $32.25; 
telegrams,    $197.11  ;    items   under    $25,    $120.04 4,243   80 

Alberta    Power    Investigations — Kananaskis    River    Survey    ($3,180.30)  — 

Travelling  expenses:   C.   O.   Allen.   $49.48;   J.   Craig,    $121.04;   D.   B.    Gow   and 

assistants,    $551.07;    J.    T.    Rose,    $154.50 876   09 

MacDonald,   D.    M.,    instrument  man   at    $110    per   m 72   50 

Cook:   at   $100  per  m.,    $141.95;   at   $3   per  d.,    $75 216  95 

Rodmen   at    $2.75   per   d.,    $236.50;   axemen   at   $2.75,    $363;    sundry,    $15 614  50 

Auto   hire,    $670 ;   boat,    $60 ;    express   and   freight,    $26.65  ;   hardware,    $113.04 ; 

provisions,   $519.90  ;  sundry  items,   $10.67    1,400  26 

Carried  forward    187,959  38 


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■Water  Pouirer  Investigations— Continued  |         cts. 

Recherches  snr  les  ponvoirs  hydrauliques — Suite 

Brought  forward 187,959   38 

Manitoba  and  Ontario  Hydrometric  Surveys — Concluded — Levis  hydroinetriqu.es  du 
Manitoba  et  de  I'Ontai'lo— Fin 

Nelson    River   Survey — Ice    conditions    ($989.99)  — 

Travelling    expenses,    T.    J.    Moore    and    J.    T.    Rose 

Labourers:    at    $7.">    per   m.,    $182.50;    at    $2.50    per   d..    $37.50 

Cook    and    axemen    at    $3    per    d.,    $108  ;    sundry,    $24 

Transport  of  supplies  by  dog  team,  $108.50;  supplies  and  freight,  $120.71.. 
Ontario  Hydrometric  Survey    ($355.61)  — 

TraveUing  expenses  of  hydrometric  recorders:  J.  Craig,  $190.26  ;  H.  L.  Johnston, 

$102.40;  J.  P.  Mooney,   $36.50;  W.   H.  Wallace,   $26.45 

Harrison   &   Co..    Montreal,    levellin;;    rods,    complete,    4 

Instruments  Limited,   Ottawa,  levelling  rods,    2,   $38.50,   express,    $1.90 

Northern    Electric    Co.,    Ltd.,    Winnipeg,    friction    tape.    50    lb 

Ontario-Hughes-Owens  Co.,  Ltd.,   Ottawa  :  levels,  6,   $39  ;  parts  for  Gurley  printing 

water    stage    register.     No.     630.     $214.65;    tapes,    50    ft.,    6,    $21.60;     sundry 

items,    $120.70,    express,    $9.50 405  45 

Maritime  Provinces  Potver  and  Storage  Investigations — Recherches  sur  les  stations 
et   reserve  d'energie  hydraulicjues  dans   les  provinces  maritimes  ($^3^0^.16) 

Smith,  K.  H.,  hydrometric   engineer:     12    m.   to   Mar.    31,    $3,240:     arrears,    $260; 

bonus,  $240;    travelling  expense.^,  $372.54;    motor  car  expenses,  $43.46 4,156   00 

Chisholm,  K.  G.,  assistant  power  development  engineer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,220; 
arrears,  $600  ;  bonus,  $200  ;  travelling  expenses,  $507.75  ;  gasoline,  1224  gal., 
$66.89;    labour,    $125.50;     livery,    $29.50;     sundries,    $158.36 3,908   00 

D'Entrement,  Miss,  I.,  stenographer:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $960;    bonus,  $222 1,182   00 

Donkin,  F.  W.,  hydrometric  recorder:  3  m.  at  $120,  9  m.  at  $130;  arrears,  $180; 
bonus,  $79.50;  travelling  expenses,  $1,143.52;  labour,  $72.25;  livery,  $470; 
sundries,    $29.25 3,504   52 

Foster,  N.  I.,  hydrometric  recorder:  3  m.  at  $120,  9  m.  at  $130;  arrears,  $180; 
bonus,  $330  :  travel.  $1,147.76  ;  labour,  $39  ;  livery,  $137.75  ;  provisions, 
$119.87;     sundries,    $72.95 3,557   33 

MacMillan,    M.   J.,    instrument   man :     May    20    to   Oct.    8   at   $105,    $487.72  ;     bonus, 

$63.14  ;     travelling   expenses,    $211.16 762  02 

Mahon,  H.  W.,  power  development  engineer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800;  arrears, 
$90  ;  bonus,  $113.13  ;  travelling  expenses,  $457.99  ;  auto  supplies  and  repairs, 
$101.50;  gasoline,  132  gal.,  $71.05;  labour,  $106;  livery  and  team  hire, 
$141.95;     provisions,    $200.39;     sundries.    $100.40 3,182   41 

Gauge  readers:    at  $10  per  m.,  $28.91;    at  $8,  $96;    at  $7.50,  $90;    at  $6,  $49.30; 

at   $5,    $936.50;    at   $4,    $833.64;    at   $3,    $22.10 2,056   45 

Miscellaneous  expenses:  auto  storage,  $97;  auto  supplies,  $277.72;  blue  prints, 
$85.22  ;  gasoline,  76  gal.,  $39.26  ;  gauge  station  and  bridge,  construction. 
$187.90;  postage,  $57.50;  rent  of  Burroughs  adding  machine,  $116.15;  rent  of 
transit.  $72 ;  subscriptions.  $29  ;  telephone  rent,  $40.30  ;  telephone  tolls, 
$30.71;    items  under  $25,  $118.21 1,150   97 

Dominion  Rubber  System   (Quebec)   Ltd.,  Halifax  branch  :  nobby  casings,  3,  $49.17; 

inner  tubes,   3.    $6.45 55  62 

MaoKenzie,   Ltd.,    Ottawa,    silk   tent 33  84 

Ontario  iHughes-Owens    Co.,  Ltd.,   Ottawa:     binding   posts,    12,    $22.80;     pivots,    12, 

$22.80 45   60 

Ontario   Hydrometric    Sitrvcys^Levis   hydrometi-iques    de    I'Ontario    (tSi,nOM) 

Scovil,   S.    S.,    senior    hydrometric    engineer:     12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $3,180;     arrears. 

$200.04  :     travelling    expenses,    $880.68 4,260   72 

Bissett,    J.    R.,   assistant   hydraulic   engineer:     12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $2,340;     arrears, 

$520  ;    travelling  expenses.    $280.68 3,140   68 

Hatton,    M.   R..   hydrometric   recorder:     12    m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,500;     arrears,    $210; 

bonus,    $336;     travelling   expenses,    $544.10;    sundry   items,    $24.42 2,614   52 

Ley,  Robert,  hydrometric  recorder:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,500  ;    arrears,  $180  ;    bonus. 

$336;    travelling  expenses,  $27.87;    janitor  service,  $60;    sundry  items,  $75.81..  2,179   68 

Roberts.   E.,   assistant   power  development   engineer:     6   m.   at   $200,    6   m.   at   $205. 

$2,430;    bonus,   $240;     travelling  expenses,   $1,723.15;    board   and   lodging,   self 

and  assistant,   $193.35;    auto  repairs  and  supplies,   $437.39;    gasoline,   $145.49; 

rent  of  office  and  garage,  $240;    telephone  rental,  $22;    telephone  tolls,  $45.55; 

sundry   Items,    $110.65 5,587   58 

Ronald,  F.,  assistant  power  development  engineer:    4  m.  to  July  31,  $760;    bonus, 

$80;    travelling  expenses,   $736.60;    sundry   items,   $35.85 1,612  45 

Carried   forward    232,856   22 


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"Water   Power   Investigations — Continued  $  cts. 

Recherches  sur  les  ponvoirs  bydranliqnes — Suite 

Brought  forward 232,856   22 

Ontario  Hydronietric  Surveys — Con. — Levrs  hydrometriques  de   VOntario — Fin. 

Sproule,  F.  A.,  hydrometric  recorder:    May  6  to  Oct.  31  at  $1,440,  $700.64;    bonus. 

$49.63  ;     travelling    expenses,    $533.15 1,283   42 

Taylor,  J.  R.,  junior  power  development  engineer,  April  1  to  10 43   33 

Yeates,  W.  H.,  hydrometric  recorder:    12   m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,500;    arrears,    1919-20, 

$120;    bonus,   $336;    travelling  ^expenses,   $448.60;    sundry   items,   $27.20 2,431   80 

Gauge  readers:    at  $15   per  m.,   $18*0;    at   $10,   $1,258.84;    at   $8.50,   $59.50;    at   $8, 

$456;    at  $7.50;    $157.50;    at  $7, '$735  ;    at  $6,  $955.60;    at  $5,  $275;    at  $2,  $^.      .    4,079   44 

Technical  assistants  at  $5  per  d 155   00 

Travelling  expenses :  C.  G.  Cline,  removal  expenses,  Kamloojjs  to  Ottawa,  fares, 
etc.,  self  and  family,  $297.65  ;  cartage  and  storage  of  furniture,  $58.10  ;  freight, 
$291.89  ;  M.  S.  Madden,  travelling  expenses,  self  and  assistant,  $2,587.64  ;  hard- 
ware,   $92.70;     labour,    $146.50;     provisions,    $64.37;     sundries,    $108.17;     T.    J. 

Moore,    $294.93  ;    T.   Patterson,    $51.35 3,993   30 

Miscellaneous   expenses:     electrical   supplies   and   hardware,    $16.81;     exchange   and 

postage,   $43.82;     repairs    to   level,    $22.75;     tripod,    $21 104  38 

Dominion  Rubber  System    (Quebec)   Ltd.,   Toronto  branch,  nobby  casings,   3 68   40 

Greening  Wire  Co.,  Hamilton,  galvanized   sash   cord,   2,000   ft 54  00 

Pritchard-Andrews  Co.  of  Ottawa,  Ltd. :    iron  gauge  rods,   enamelled,  350,  $556.50  ; 

freight,   $5.62 562   12 

Research  Work,  Toronto  Laboratory — Essais,  Laboratoirc  de  Toronto  (^S/>16.U) 

Stuart,   A.  T.,   electrochemical   engineer:    12    m.   to   Mar.   31,   $3,240;    arrears,    $240;" 

bonus,    $82.67;    travelling   expenses,    $171.13 3,733  80 

Hewgill,   J.  C,   assistant,  July   12   to  Sept.   30    at   $4   per   d 254  00 

Fees  and  services  re  patents,  etc.,  $170;  office  rent,  12  m.,  $460.01;  rent  of  type- 
writer,   12  m.,   $60    690   01 

Miscellaneous  expenses:  asbestos  cloth,  223J  lb.,  $787.63;  asbestos  paper,  307  lb., 
$230.10;  asbestos  fibre,  28  lb..  $30.55;  duty  on  asbestos,  $63.15;  auto  hire, 
$44.43;  cartage,  $37.70;  drugs,  $136.18;  electrodes,  20  at  $35;  plating  electrodes 
at  $4  each,  $200;  gasoline,  $50.90;  hardware,  $47.58;  hose,  425  ft.,  §135.59; 
laboratory  appliances  and  supplies,  $405.79  ;  laboratory  repairs,  labour,  etc., 
$203.56 ;  oxygen  analysis,  $54.25 ;  press  designs,  drawings,  etc.,  $100 ;  screw 
press,   $258.63;   telegrams,    $26.51.    sundry   items,   $125.76 3,638   31 

Winnipeg   River   Land    Survey — Levis    de    la    riviere    Winnipeg    ($nMOM) 

Dunn,   T.   H.,   reclamation   engineer:    365   d.    to    Mar.     31    at    $12;    bonus,     $240; 

travelling    expenses,    $465.37     5,085   37 

Bennett,    W.    E.,    instrumentman:    April    19    to    Sept.    30    at    $105,    $567;    bonus, 

$72.90  ;    travelling    expenses,    $1 65.40 805   30 

Burnett,  E.,  litho.  artist  and  engineer.  May  27  to  Mar.  31  at  $34  per  wk 1,502   67 

McEwen,  G.   G.,  assistant  power  development  engineer:   12   m.   to  Mar.   31,    $2,340; 

an-ears,  $120  ;  bonus,  $240  ;   travelling  expenses,   $366.97 3,066  97 

Travelling  expenses,  J.  C.  Wilson 180  30 

Axemen,   chainmen,   etc.,   at   $3   per   d.,    $2,571.75 ;    cook   at   $100   per   m.,    $539.24  ; 

draughtsmen    at    $4     per    d.,     $124 -3,234   99 

Miscellaneous  expenses:  board  and  lodging,  $149;  cartage,  express  and  freight, 
$81.13;  gasoline,  $211.82;  drums,  2,  $30.15;  hardware,  etc.,  $148.10;  hire  of 
launch,  159  d.  at  $4  ;  launch  and  canoe  repairs.  $452.73  ;  office  expenses, 
$37.44;  provisions,  $1,486.16;  sundry  repairs,  $54.68;  transport  of  camp 
supplies,  $64.4-5  ;  sundries,   $32.90 3,384  56 

Adjustments — Rectifications 

Attwood,   C    H.,    Man.    Hydrometric   surveys,    advance   to     A.     Pirie,     refunded     In 

error  to  Irrigation    100   OO 

Kensit,    H.    E.   M.,    balance    on    hand    Mar.    31,    1921 460   49 

Scovil,    S.  S.,    Ont.    Hydrometric      Surveys,   balance   on  hand   Mar.    31,    1921 1,075   34 

Salary  adjustments,  1920-21,  charged  in  error  to  Water  Power:  A.  L.  Ford,   $370; 

O.  H.  Hoover,  $60  ;  C.  C.  Planche,   $10    440   00 


273,283   52 
Less — Deductions  as  below 27,703   63 

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W^ater  Pow^er  Investigations — Concluded 
Recherches   snr   les   pouvoirs   hydrauliques — Fin 

Deductions — Deductions 

Bonuses  charged  to  Provisional  Allowance   (PaKe  K — 166) 

Attwood,   C.   H.,   Man.   Hydrometric    Surveys :    proceeds   of   sale   of  canoe,    $30,   oil 

drum,    $15,    tent    and    heater,    $23,    groceries,    etc.,    $15 

Burt,  T.  H.,  overiJayment  of  .salary,  refunded  in  error  to   Water   Power 

Kensit,   H.    E.    M. :    refund    of   salary   paid    by    the    Government   of    N.B.,    $209.30; 

balance  on  hand  Mar.   31,   1920,    $195.09 

Smith,    K.    H.,    Maritime    Province    Surveys,    sale    of    Ford    car 

Topographical    Surveys    branch,    payment    for    work    done    in    1920 

Salary  adjustments  charged  to  Vote  55S (Page  K — 166) 


Dominion  Foiver  Board:  Investigations  re  Fuel  and  Power  Resources 

of   tlie   Dominion 

Bureau  federal  des  pouvoirs  hydrauliques:  Recherclies  sur  les  ressour- 
ces  dn  combustible  et  de  I'euergie  hydr^ulique  en  Canada 

General   Expenses — Depenses   generates 

Matheson,    A.    J.,    hydrometric    engineer,    in    charge:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31, 

$3,600;     arrears.     $600:     bonus,     $240;     travelling     expenses,     $300.21 

Menard,    C    A.,   Cedars,    Que.:    travelling    expenses,    $120.50;    board    and    lodging, 

$132.50;   livery.    48   d.,    $240;    hardware,   etc.,    $6 

Dept.    of    Public    Printing    and    Stationery,    stationery 

Dept.  of  Railways   and   Canals,   installation  of   automatic   gauge   at   Cedars,   Que. : 

labour,   carpenters,   etc.,    15.7   d.,    $80.66,   labourers,    9.9   d.,    $39.60;    material, 

$183.49  ;   hire  of  auto   truck,    20   h.,    $30 

O'Brien,    Margaret    M.,    Buffalo,    iN.Y. :    stenographic    services,    210    h.    at    $1.50; 

assistant's  services  at  $1   per  h.,   $74  ;   paijer.   llj   rms.,   $3S.S1  ;  express.   $1.65. 
Starr,    Walter    B.,    Buffalo,    N.Y. :    negatives    and    prints    of    photographs    in    iCol. 

Warren's    Water    Diversion    Report,    180    copies,    $270;    postage,    $1.G0 

Sullivan-McKeegan  Co.,  Inc.,  Buffalo,  N.Y.:  blue  prints,  $127.56;  express,  $1.09 ' 

Membership  fees,  Can.  Electrical  Assn.,  Montreal:  duee  to  Dec.   31,   1921,   $5,  Can. 

Gas.   Assn.,   Toronto,   dues   to   May   1,    1921,    $10;   stenographic   work,    $11.40; 

duty,  $3.60 


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6,448   32 
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Less — Charged   to  I'rovisional   Allowanf^e (Page  K — 166) 

Net  expenditure,  Dom.  Power  Board    6,208   32 

Irrigation  Surveys — Arpentages  d'irrigation 

General  Accounts,  paid  at  Ottawa — Comptes  generaux  pni/rs  a   Oltaiva 

Salaries  at  Ottawa (Page  K    -20)         12,9S5   34 

Drake,    E.    F.,    expenses   of    attending   the   funeral   of    the    late    R.    J.    Burley 21   06 

Allan,    Killam    &  'McKay,   Winnipeg,    premium   on    guar.intee    tonds 87   50 

Can.  Kodak  Co.,  Toronto:   autographic   kodaks,   5,    $120.70;   kodak  carrying  cases, 

5,    $18.38    139   08 

Central    Scientific    Co.,    Chicago,    electrolytic    bridges,     2    at     $225 450   00 

Consolidated  Optical  Co.,  Toronto:  ranging  poles,  18  at  $2.50,   18  at  $2.2.");  tripods, 

2    at  $17  ;   tripod   legs,    29   at   $3  ;  various   accessories   for    instruments,    $26.80  ; 

freight,    etc.,    $15.62 248   92 

Dept.  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery:  printing,  $1,734.36;  stationery,   $9,124.61; 

parliamentary    publications,    $27.90 10,886   87 

EJdmonton  Tent  &  Mattress  Co.,  wagon  covers,  31  at  $19.50 604   50 

Ford   Motor  Co.,   Calgary:    Ford   chasses,    12   at    $754,    15    at   $751:    fenders,    54    at 

$5.60;    windshields,    27   at    $25;    freight,    $89.70;   unloading    and    setting   up    12 

chasses,    $103.7.-) 21,483   8.^. 

Instruments,  I.,td.,  Ottawa:  ranging  poles,  10  at  $3.15,  9  at  $2.84;  stadia  rods,   6  at 

$17:    thermometers,    2   at    $1;    express,    $7.35 168   41 

Leupold,  Voelpel  &  Co.,  Portland,  Ore.  :  .Stevens  continuous  water-level  recorders,   6 

at   $155.80;   drive  weight  chains,  3,   $33.75;  small  items,   $5.10;   express,   $39.25  1,012   SO 

National    Tent    and    Awning    Co.,    Winnipeg:    camp   chairs,    11    at    $5.05;    tents,    1, 

$127.65,   10  at  $104.35,   26  at  $87.40,  12  at   $65.50;  sales  tax,   $11.72;   bales  for 

shipping  tents,   19,    $21 4.817   82 

Carried   forward    52.406   24 


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Brought  forward 52,406   24 

General  Accounts,  paid  at  Ottawa — Concluded — Co)>iptes  g4neranx  payes  a  Ottawa 

— Fin 

Ontario-Hughes-Owens  Co.,  Ottawa:  canvas  cases  for  instrument  parts,  6  at  $4.35; 

clock-chain  for  printing  water  stage  recorder,   $45  ;   metallic  tapes,    30   at   $3  ; 

transits  with  tripods,   9  at  $237.50,  2  at  $247.50;   "Y"   levels  with  tripods,   9  at 

$121.85  ;    various    repairs   and   accessories    for    instruments,     $514.19 ;     express, 

$172.99  ;    postage,     etc.,     45c 4,577  88 

Photography,  Ltd.,   Ottawa:  printing  and   developing  filras,   $143.33  ;  enlargements, 

mounted  and  matted,  8  at  $3.50 171  33 

Topley  Co.,  Ottawa:  alidades  for  plane  tables,  13  at  $15.50;  conductor  wire  cable 

for  current  meter,   100  ft.,  $30  ;  Paragon  electric  print  machine,   $1,000  ;   plane 

tables,   6  at  $137  ;  freight  and   express,    $23.06 2,076   56 

Turner,  J.  J.   &  Sons,  Peterborough,   camp  stools,  37  at  $2.25 83   25 

Watts,  E.   R.  &   Son,   Ottawa:   Lufkin  tapes,   21   at   $7.80;   split-leg  tripod,    $32.50; 

various   surveying   instruments   and   accessories,    $56.40:    express,    $11.50 264   20 

Telegrams:  Can.  National  Telegraph  Co.,  $52.84;  C.  P.  Rj'.  Co.'s  Telegraph,  $22.59; 

G.N.W.  Telegraph  Co.,   $335.78 411   21 

Freight  and  Express:  Can.  Express  Co.,  $30.18  ;  Can.  National  Express  Co.,  $126.73  ; 

Dom.  Express  Co.,  $9.95  ;  Can.  National  Ry.,  $2^.66  ;  Can.  Northern  Ry.,  $184.97  380   49 

Subscriptions 6   00 

Payments  under  $25:  butter  cloth,   204*  yd.,   $20.45;  hardware,  tools,   etc.,   $16.45; 

small     items,     $5.70 -  .  . .  .  42   60 

Salaries  and  wages  at   Calgary — Appoint enients   et   gages   a   Calgary 

Arnold,  C.  M.,  water  administrator  engineer:   salary,  April  1-16  at  $1,600,   $71.11; 

bonus,   $14.40 85   51 

Beach,  F.  K.,  divisional  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  April  1  to  Sept.  30  at  $2,100, 

Oct.   1    to   Mar.   31   at   $2,220,   $2,160;   arrears,    1919-20,    $450;   bonus.    $240 2,850   W 

Boyd,   Miss  M.,   clerk-stenographer:   salary,   12    m.    to   Mar.    31,   less   1   d.,   at   $960, 

$957.42  ;     bonus,     $221.40 1,178   82 

Burfield,  F.  R.,  jr.  irrigation   engineer:   salary,   12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,920;    arrears, 

1919-20,    $400,    bonus,    $252 2,572   00 

Burt.  T.  H.,  engineering  helper,  April  1  to  July  31  at  $2.50,  jr.  hydrometric  recorder, 

Aug.    1   to   Mar.    31   at   $960,    $945  ;    overpayment   refunded    in    error    to  "Water 

Power,    $382.50  ;    bonus.    $420 1,747   50 

Calder,   L.   R.,   draughtsman,   April   24    to   May   14    at   $1,260,    instrumentman.   May 

15-28   at  $4  per  d.,  asst.  hydrometric  engineer.  May   29-June   27   at   $2,100....  301   79 

Cawthorne,   J.,   sr.    engineering   clerk:    .salary,    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,680;    arrears, 

1919-20,    $130  ;   bonus,    $300 2,110   00 

Chadwick,  W.,   irrigation   assistant:    salar>-,   June   1    to   Mar.    31    at   $1,200,    $1,000; 

bonus,    $174 1,174   00 

Chambers,  C,  sr.  engineering  clerk:  salary,  April  1-14  at  $2,040,  April  15   to  Mar. 

31   at  $1,980,   $1,982.33;   arrears,    1919-20,   $220;  bonus,    $252 2,454   33 

Coleman,  Miss  I.,   clerk-stenographer:   salarj%   June    1    to   Mar.    31    at   $960,   $800; 

bonus,    $185 985   00 

Cook,  A.  B.,  asst.  hydraulic  engineer:  salary,  July  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100,  $1,529.84  ; 

bonus,    $175.49 1,705   33 

Crumm,  G.,  messenger:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $600;  arrears,  1919-20,  $52.14 652   14 

Culshaw,  J.  G.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,680;  bonus, 

$37.49 1,717   49 

Dearth,  Miss  A.,  clerk-stenographer:  salary,  July  24  to  Mar.   31  at  $960,  $660.65; 

bonus,   $289.03    949   68 

Deslandes,  G.  S.,  hydrometric  recorder:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,560;  arrears, 

1919-20,    $240;    bonus,    $324 2,124   00 

Dewar,   Miss   M.,    clerk-stenographer:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,020;    arrears, 

1919-20,    $60;    bonus,    $222 1,302   00 

Dodds,  J.   K.,  helper,  April   1   to  July  31   at  $2.50,   recorder,  Aug.   1   to  Mar.   31   at 

$2.50,   $912.50  ;  bonus,   $420 1,332   50 

Dowsett,  Miss  E.,  stenographer:  aalt,rS,  April  1  to  June  5  at  $1,050,  $189.58  ;  bonus, 

?40.0S 229   66 

Eisenhauer,    E.    E.,    Irrigation    specialist:    salary.    May    4    to    Nov.    30    at    $1,800, 

$1,035.48;    arrears,    1919-20,    $38.24 1,073   72 

Errington,    Chas.,    hydrometric    recorder:    salary,    June    28    to    Mar.    31    at    $1,440 

$1,092  ,    bonus,    $77.35 1,169   35 

Fetterly,  P.  A.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800;  arrears, 

1919-20,    $321.29 2,121   29 

Flemons,   R.   G.,   sr.   clerk -bookkeeper :   salary,   12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $1,440;    arrears, 

1919-20,   $180  ;   bonus,   $348    1,968   00 

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— Suite 

Ford,  A.  L..,  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  April  1   to  June  30  at  $2,700,  July  1   to 

Mar.  31  at  $3,300,  $3,150,  less  $370  paid  from  Water  Powers;    arrears,  1919-20, 

$50.01  ;   bonus.   $240    3.070  01 

French,  M.  H..  asst.  hydraulic  engineer:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,220;  arrears, 

1919-20.   $500  :    bonus.   $240    2.960   00 

Genge.  R.  N.,  file  clerk  :  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $960  ;  bonus,  $420 1,380  00 

Goodchild,  R.  H.,  jr.  irrigation  engineer:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,920;  arrears, 

1919-20,    $400  ;    bonus,    $252    2,572   00 

Guthrie,  W.  G..  draughtsman:  salary,  April  1  to  Sept.  30  at  $1,260,  Oct.   1   to  Mar. 

31    at   $1,320,    $1,290;    arrears.   $110.25;   bonus,    $384    1,784    25 

Hannan.   \V.   H.,   heli)er,  April    1    to  July   31   at  $2.50,   recorder,   Aug.    1-Mar.    31   at 

$2.50,    $912.50;    bonus.    $420     1,332   50 

Hawkins,  S.  H.,  asst.  hydraulic  engineer:  salary,  Mar.  5,  1920,  to  May  14  at  $1,680, 

May  15  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 2,171    14 

Hermann.  T.,  hydrometric  recorder:  salary,  Mar.  1,  1920  to  July  31  at  $1,680,  Aug. 

1   to  Mar.   31   at  $1,440,   $1,660  ;   bonus,   $77.26    1,737    26 

Hoover,  O.  H..  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  April  1  to  Oct.   31  at  $1,920,  Nov. 

1    to   Mar.    31    at    $2,100.    $1,995    less   $60    paid  from    Water    Powers;     arrears. 

1919-20,  $600  ;    bonus,  $268 2.803   00 

Houston,  G.  N.,   irrigation  engineer:   salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31    4,000   00 

Houston,    H.    C,    sr.    supplies   clerk:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,380;    arrears, 

1919-20,   $120  ;   bonus.   $372    1,872   00 

Hulbert.  Miss  G.  D.,  clerk-bookkeeper:    salary,  April  1  to  Aug  31  at  $1,020,  $425; 

arrears.  1919-20.  $120  ;  bonus.  $92.50    637   50 

Hutcheson.   W.   B.,   asst.   hydrometric   engineer:   salary,    July     19     to    Sept.     17    at 

$1,680.  Sept.  18  to  Mar.  31.  less  13  d.  Nov.  at  $2,100.  $1,328.05;  bonus.  $102.28  1,430   33 

Jacobson,   L..,   irrigation   specialist:   salary,   June   10   to   Mar.    31    at   $1,680,    $1,358; 

bonus,    $33.95    1,391   95 

Jaffray,  J.   H.   E.,  draughtsman,  April   1   to   May  25   at   $3.50  ;   transitman.   May   26 

to  June  3  at  $4  ;  jr.  irrigation  engineer,  June  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680,  $1,614.50; 

bonus,     $34.65     1,649    15 

Jennings.  P.  J.,  office  engineer:  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $2,760;  arrears,   1919-20, 

$540;    bonus.    $240     3.540   00 

Johnson,  H.  S.,  accounts  clerk:  salary.   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $960;  bonus,  $370.50....  1,330   50 

Jjcacy,    Miss    A.    M.,    sr.    clerk-stenographer:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,440; 

arrears,  1919-20,  $430  ;  bonus,  $102    1,972   00 

Le  Capelain,  C.  K.,  instrument  man:  salary,  Sei>t.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,260,  $724.50; 

bonus,   $93.15    817    65 

Leslie,  F.  W..  draughtsman:  salary,  Aug.  25  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,260,  $758.71;  bonus, 

$97.55     856    26 

Liillico,  R.  S.,  instrumentman.  May  10  to  June  2  at  $4  ;  asst.  hydrometric  engineer, 

June  3  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100    1,834   33 

Lowrie,    A.    W.    P.,    jr.    hydrometric    engineer:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,920; 

arrears,   1919-20,  $300        , 2.220  00 

MacDonald,   W.    S.,   jr.   hydrometric   engineer:   salary,    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,   $1,800; 

arrears,   1919-20,  $180    1,980   00 

McGavin,  C.  J.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,680;  arrears, 

1919-20,    $240;    bonus,    $300    2,220   00 

McGillivray,  L.  A.,  asst.  hydrometric  engineer,  salary.  May  7  to  Mar.   31  at  $2,100  1,891   13 

McGuirk,  Miss  M.   B.,  stenographer:   salary,  April   1-3   at  $960,   $8;   bonus,   $1.85..  9  85 

McLean,  H.  J.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  April  1  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,680,  Jan. 

1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,800,  $1,710;  arrears,  1919-20,  $122.42;  bonus,   $186.50....  2,018   92 

Marsh,  J.  H.,  hydrometric  recorder:  salary,   12  m.   to  Mar.   31.   $1,560;   arrears  for 

1919-20,  $240  ;  bonus,  $72 1,872   00 

Marshall,   M.   H.,   asst.   hydrometric   engineer:   salary,   12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $2,100; 

arrears,   1919-20.   $80  ;   bonus,   $240    2,420   00 

Massey,  G.  A.,  instrumentman:  May  17-31   at  $4  per  d..  June  1-30  and  Sept.   14-17 

at   $4.50;    classifier.   July    1    to   Sept.    13    at    $4.50;    sr.   engineering   clerk,    Sept. 

18  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680,  $1,451.17  ;  bonus,  $22.52    1.473    69 

Meek.    V..    office    engineer:    salary.    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,520;    arrears,    1919-20, 

$150.06  ;    bonus.   $240    2,910   06 

Millar,  R.  A.,  draughtsman:  salary.  Aug.   10  to  Mar.   31  at  $1,260,   $809.51;  bonus, 

$254.42    1,063   93 

Miller,  W.  S.  J.,  sr.  draughtsman:   salary,  April   1   to  Dec.   31   at  $1,680,  Jan.   1    to 

Mar.    31    at   $1,800,    $1,710;    bonus,    $294 2,004   00 

Moore,  C.   M.,   transitman,   April    1    to   May   5   at   $4.50 ;    instrumentman.   May   6    to 

June  3  at  $4.50;  jr.   irrigation  engineer.  June   4   to  Mar.   31   at  $1,680,   $1,674; 

bonus,   $247.50    1,921   50 

Carried    forward    157,370   7* 

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Brought    forward 157,370   78 

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Suite 

Nelson,  B.,  sr.  engineering  clerk:  salary,  June  29  to  Mar.   31  at  $1,680,   11,269.33; 

bonus,   $226.67    1.496   00 

Nettleton,    G.    H.,    jr.    hydrometric   engineer:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,680; 

arrears,    1919-20,    $410;    bonus,    $300    2,390  00 

Parker,   F.,   draughtsman:    salary,   July   26    to   Aug.    31   at   $1,260,    $125.32;    bonus, 

$39.39    164  71 

Pearce,  L.  P.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  April  1  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,680,  Jan. 

1  to  Mar.  31  at  §1,800,  $1,710  ;  bonus,  $300    2,010   00 

Peters,   F.  H.,   field  superintendent:    salary,    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $4,500;     arrears, 

1919-20,    $200;    bonus,    $240     4,940   00 

Peterson,   H.,   supplies  clerk:   salary,   Aug.    2   to   Mar.    31   at   $960,   $637.42;   bonus, 

$363.57    1,000   99 

Planche,  C.  C,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  salary,  April  1  to  June  30  at  $1,680,  July 

1   to   Mar.   31    at   $1,800,    $1,770,   less   $10   paid    by    Water    Powers    Branch; 

arrears,  1919-20,  $176.50  ;  bonus.  $282    2,218   50 

Renwick,  W.  A.,  clerk :  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,260  ;  bonus,  $162 1,422   00 

Rigg.  T.  "W.,  clerk-stenographer,  salary,  July  2  to  Mar.   31,  less  1  d.  underpaid  at 

$960,   $714.84  ;    bonus,    $165.90 880   74 

Russell,  R.,  hydraulic  engineer,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,940;    arrears,  1919-20, 

$770.01 ;    bonus,    $240 3,950   01 

Snider,  Chas.,  account  clerk,  salary.  June  25  to  Mar.  31  at  $960,  $736  ;   bonus.  $322.  1,058  00 

Sauder,   P.    M.,   asst.   hydrometric   engineer,    salarj',   April    1    to   May   31   at   $2,300, 

$383.32  ;     bonus,    $40 423   32 

Scammell,  B.  J.,  draughtsman,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320  ;    arrears,  1919-20, 

$160  ;    bonus,  $372 1,852  CO 

Sceales,   R.  J.   C,   draughtsman,   salary.  May  17   to  Nov.   19  at  $3.75,  Nov.   20   to 

Mar.   31   at   $1,260,   $1,159.75;    bonus,    $58.95 1,218   70 

Smith,  A.,  sr.  engineering  clerk,  salary,  April  1  to  Oct.  24  at  $1,500,  Oct.  25  to  Mar. 

31   at   $1,680,    $1,578.39  ;    bonus,    $327.10 1,905   49 

.Smith,   H.   D.    St.   A.,   asst.    hydraulic   engineer,    salary,    April    1-Nov.    16   at   $2,340, 

$1,469  ;     arrears,    1919-20,    $670.05 2,139   05 

Smith,  Miss  M.  W.,  stenographer,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $960;    bonus,  $222 1,182   00 

Snelson,  W.  H.,   irrigation  specialist,   salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,920.  bonus,   $252.  2,172   00 

Spreckley,  J.  A.,  asst.   office  engineer,  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $2,160;    arrears, 

1919-20,    $389.89 2,549    89 

Storey,  W.  H.,  jr.,  hydrometric  engineer,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800  ;    arrears, 

1919-20,    $180 1,980   00 

Strome,  I.  R.,  asst  hydraulic  engineer,  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,220 ;    arrears, 

1919-20,     $749.98 , 2,969   98 

Stuart,  W.   G.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer,  salary,  April  1  to  Dec.   31  at   $1,680,  Jan. 

1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,800,  $1,710  ;    bonus,  $294 2,004  00 

Sutherland,   N.    M.,   asst.   hydraulic   engineer,    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,340 ; 

arrears,   1919-20,   $343.95  ;    bonus,    $240 2,923   95 

Switzer,   E.   J.,   intrument   man,   April   1-14   at   $1,380,  jr.   irrigation  engineer,   April 

15  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680,  $1,668.33;    arrears.  1919-20,  $283.87;    bonus,   $66.19..  2,018   39 

Temple    Miss  W.,  stenographer-bookkeeper,   salary,   Sept.   1    to  Mar.    31   at  $1,020, 

$595  ;    bonus,  $87.50 682   50 

Wade,  A.  J.,  draughtsman,  salary,  Sept.  17  to  Mar.  31,  less  4  d.  at  $1,260,  $665.45  ; 

bonus,    $85.56 75101 

Welby,  A.  E.,  Jr.  irrigation  engineer,  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  less  1  d.  at  $1,680, 

$1,675.48;    difference  between  $4.50  per  d.  and  $140  per  m.,  Feb.  16  to  Mar.  31, 

1920,    $5.08  ;     bonus,    $274.20 1,954   76 

Wendon,  G.  S.,  jr.,  hydrometric  engineer,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,800 ;    arrears, 

1919-20,  $180  ;    bonus,   $276 2,256   00 

White,  E.,  sr.   engineering  clerk,  salary,  June  14  to  Mar.   31,  less  9  d.,  Aug.  and   6 

d.,   Sept.,   at   $1,680,    $1,270.69;    bonus,    $226.91 1,497   60 

Whyte,  G.   H.,   divisional  hydrometric   engineer,    salary   12   m.    to   Mar.   31,   $2,340  ; 

arrears    1919-20,  $620  ;    bonus,  $240 3,200   00 

White,  R.  J.  G.,  principal  clerk,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,160  ;    arrears,  1919-20, 

$190;    bonus,    $300.57 2,650   57 

Whittaker,  D.,  asst.  hydraulic  engineer,   salary,  Feb.   1  to  Mar.   31  at  $2,100 350   00 

Wilkes,  J.  W.  H.,  instrument  man.  May  18  to  July  2  at  $4,  hydrometric  recorder, 

July   3  to  Mar.   31  at   $1,440,    $1,256.26;     bonus,    $75.94 1,832   20 

Wilson,   J.   L-.,   jr.   draughtsman,   salary,    12    m.    to  Mar.    31,   less    2   d.   at   $1,080, 

$1,074.19  ;    arrears,  1919-20,  $120  ;    bonus,  $192 1,386  19 

Wotherspoon,  W.,   asst.   hydrometric  engineer,   salary,    12   m.   to   Mar.    31,    $2,100; 

arrears,   1919-20,   $80  ;    bonus,    $240 2,420  00 

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Brought    forward 222,721   33 

Balariea  and  Wages  at  Calgary — Concluded — Appointements  et  gages  d.  Calgary — Fin 

"Wright,   A.  C,  asst.  hydrometric  engineer,  salary,  May  20  to  Jan.   31  at  |2,100..  1,467  74 

Auto  body  repairers  at  $125  per  m 310  46 

Caretaker   at   Brooks   Experimental    Station   at   $25    per   m 100  00 

Chainmen   at    $3,    $1,179    at    $2.75,    $1,185.25 2,364   26 

Chauffeurs,  chauffeur-mechanics,  recorders,  etc.,  at  $4,  $104,  at  $3.25,  $2,073.50,  at 

$3,     $«,919     at     $2.75,     $3,795 14,89161) 

Classifiers   at   $4.50,    $3,865.50,    at    $4,    $1,112 4,977   50 

Cooks  at   $4,   $2,448,  at   $3.75.   $345,   at  $3.50,   $1,326.50,  at   $3,   $1,497,  at  $70  per 

m.,    $178.39,    at    $50    per    m.,    $220.97 6,015   86 

Cookees    at    $3,    $1,263,    at    $2.75,    $687.50 1,950  50 

DraHghtsmen  at  $4,  $12,  at  $3.75,  $7,203.75,  at  $3.50,  $420,  at  $105  per  m.,  $570.50.  8,206  25 

Drillers    at    $165    per    m.,    $896.50,    at    $150,    $428.55 1,325   06 

Enginemen  at  $120  per  m.,   $292,  at   $110,   $358.38,  at   $100,   $164.50 814   88 

Farm  hands  at  $85   per  m.,   $714.75,  at   $75,    $305.09,  at   $60,   $23.22 1,043   06 

Helpers,  etc.,  at  $3,  $3,351,  at  $2.75,  $2,645.50,  at  $2.50,  $345,  at  $90  per  ra.,  $489..  6,830   50 

Instrument    men   at   $4.50,    $12,321,   at   $4,    $6,064,    at    $3,    $33 18,418   00 

Levellers  at   $3.50 2,751  00 

Mechanics,  mechanics  assistants  at  $5.50,   $770,  at  $5,   $80,   at  $4,   $584,  at   $3.75, 

$296.25,  at   $3.50,   $500.50,  at  $3.25,   $312,   at   $3,   $246,   at   $150   per  m.,   $620..  3,408   76 

Rodmen  at   $4,    $68,  at   $3.25,    $19.50,   at   $3,    $30,195,   at   $2.75,   $148.50 30,431  08 

Teamsters  at    $3,    $1,071,   at   $2.75,    $596.75 1,667  75 

Temporary    assistant    and    rodman    at    $4 16  00 

Topographers    at    $3.75 802  50 

Transitmen    at    $4.50,    $895.50,    at    $4,    $60 955   50 

Arrears   for    1919-20    of   officials   employed    by   Irrigation    Branch    in    1919-20    and 
transferred    to    Reclamation    Branch    in    1920-21:    Aird,    Miss    J.    C,    $180; 
Burley,    R.    J.,    $640  ;    Carnochan,    D.    C,    $60  ;    Christie,    D.    H.,    $80  ;    Cram,   H. 
R,,    $520;    Drake,    R.'   L.,    $41.44;    Horsey,    G.    F.,    $285;    McFarlane,    W.    T., 

$273.20;   Tempest,  J.    S.,   $360;   Warren,   W.   C,    $208 :...  2,647   64 

Deductions  for  Victory  Loan  of  Reclamation  officials,  charged  in  error  to  Irriga- 
tion :  Carnochan,  D.  C,   $4  ;   Christie,  D.  H.,  $8  ;  Horsey,  G.  F.,   $16  ;   Burley, 

R.    J-.    $40 68   00 

Oeneral  Accounts  paid  at  Calgary — Comptes  gin€raux  pay6s  a  Calgary 

Alberta  Government  Telephones:  telephone  rental,  $249.05;  long  distance  messages, 

$97.65  ;  installing  phones,  $26.50  ;  small  items,  $7  ;  overpayment,  75c 380  95 

Andy's  Radiator  Repair  Station,  repairing  7  radiators 48  BO 

Ashdown    (J.   H.),   Hardware   Co.,   Calgary:    auto   accessories,    $12.13;    galvanized 
pipes,   $18.43;   hardware,   tools,   etc.,    $331.16;   hog   fence,    40   rods,    $31;    sash 

cord,  $28.05  ;  sash  chain,  500  ft.,  $40  ;  small  item.s,  $10.23 471    OO 

Atlas  Lumber  Co.,   Ltd.:   lumber,   $260.82;    sawdust,   $24.60;    small   Items,   $20.50..  305   92 

Birks,  Henry,  &  Sons,  repairs  to  stop  watches,  instruments,  etc 138   90 

Brearley,  E.,  Banff :  wages  of  man,  6  d.  at  $5  ;  hire  of  7  horses,  5  d.,  $140 170  00 

Black,  D.  E.,  &  Co.,  Calgary:  repairs  to  stop-watches,  $38.50;  various  repairs  to 

instruments,   etc.,    $41 79   50 

Brock,  W.  R.,  Co.,  Calgary,  duck,  48?  yd 27  10 

Calgary  Drafting  Co. :  blue  print  paper,  2  rolls,  $16  ;  set  squares,  8,  $16.80  ;  small 

items,  $47.80 80   60 

Can.  Allis  Chalmers,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  various  parts  for  drills,  $141.48;  freight,  $11.94  153  42 
Can.  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Calgary:  belt  for  drill,  $12.73  ;  centrifugal  pump,  $97.50  ; 
firepot,    $22.25;    repairs    and    accessories    for    gasoline    engine,    $13.15;    small 

items,   $8.48    154   n 

Can.   Pac.  Ry.  Co.    (Dept.   of  Natural  Resources),  Calgary:    winter  pasturage  of 

horses,    $225.65  ;    small    items,    $10.85 236   50 

Central  Garage,  Medicine  Hat,  various  auto  repairs  and  accessories 39  26 

Chapin  Co.,  Calgary:  tire  chains,  3  sets,  $15.90;  various  auto  accessories,  $60.43..  76  3? 
Chevrolet    Service    Station    (General    Supplies,    Ltd.),    Calgary:    auto    repairs   and 
.accessories,    $111.50;    auto    storage,    $69.60;    ga.soline,    27i    gal.,    $15.40;    oil, 

$3.15  ;  Pyrene  fire  extinguishers,  28,  $254.52 454    17 

City  Cartage  Co.,  Calgary,  freight,  cartage,  etc 126  20 

City  of  Calgary  Electric  Light  and  Power  Co.,  electricity  supplied  for  blue  print 

machine 66   08 

City  Vulcanizing  Shop,  Lethbridge,  \'ulcanizing  and  repairing  tires  and  tubes....  144   50 

Collector  of  Customs.  Calgary:  customs  duty,  $438.37  ;  sales  tax,   $29.61 467   98 

Cunningham  Electric  Co.,  Calgary,  various  electrical  supplies,  repairs,  etc 84  86 

Carried    forward 837,890   88 

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K — 116  AUDITOR  GEXERirS   REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Irrigation  Surveys — Continued — Arpentages   d'irrigation — Suite  $         cts. 

Brought    forward 337,890   88 

General  Accounts  paid  at  Calgary — Continued — ComiJtes  generaux  payes  a  Calgary 

— Suite 

Ctishing   Bros.,   Ltd.,    Calgary :    lumber,    $45  ;    lath,    $2 47   00 

Diamond  Motor  Co.,  Calgary,  various  auto  repairs,  etc 2G7   28 

Dominion  Rubber  System,  Calgary:  automobile  casings,  51,  $902.21  ;  inner  tubes,  95, 

$221.86  ;    suction  hose,  25  ft.,   $15.94  ;    small  items,  $7.73 1,147  74 

Duffin  &  Co.,  Calgary,  photographic  work  and  supplies '  39   53 

Fergxison  Supply  Co.,  Calgary:  repairs  to  tents,  4,  $36.87;  express,  $4.54 41   41 

Ford  Garage,  Lethbridge :  auto  accessories  and  repairs,  $24  3.85;  gasoline,  191 
gal.,  $105.05;  oil  and  grease,  $64.15;  windshield  assemblies,  5,  $94.76;  wind- 
shield glasses,   5,   $34.50  ;  phone  call,  20c 542   51 

Ford  Motor  Co.,  Calgary:  rear  wheels,  complete,  2,  $44.80;  small  items,  $5.32....  50  12 

•Gas  City  Planing  Mill,   Medicine  Hat,  repairs  to  automobile  body 25   00 

Graveley,  "V.  B.,  &  Co.,  Calgary:  insurance  premiums  on  44  automobiles 580   00 

Great    "^V'est    Saddlery    Co.,    Calgary:    rubber-lined    rugs,    29,    $282.65;    stationery 

cases,   12,  $178.20    460  85 

Gutta  Percha  and  Rubber,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  hip  boots,  7  pr.,  $39.13  ;  small  items,  $15.89  55  02 

Hay  &  Harding,  Calgary :  ice  scales,  24,  $32.11  ;  ice  chisels,  6,  $15.76 47   87 

Hughes-Owens,    Ltd.,    Winnipeg :    instrument    accessories    and    repairs,    $145.73 ; 

postage  and  insurance,  55c 146   28 

Imperial  Oil,   Ltd.,  Calgary:   coal  oil,   97  gal.,   $34.66;   gasoline,   107   gal..   $53;   oil, 

$78.13  ;  steel  drums,  2,  $30  ;  small  items,  $6.36 202   15 

Irrigation  Branch  Garage,  Calgary,  repairing  auto 103  60 

Kitson    Radiator   Co.,    Calgary:     repairs    to    radiators,    21,    $76.55;     small    items, 

$11.45 88   00 

Knight,  F.  W.,  services  as  janitor,  67  d.  at  $1 67  00 

Lethbridge  Vulcanizing  Works,  retreading  and  vulcanizing  tires 30  40 

Linton  Bros.,   Calgary:    union  jacks,   5,   $25;    Canadian  ensign,   $5.45 30   45 

Lott  &  Co.,  Calgary,  coal,   8   tons 94  50 

MoClary  Mfg.  Co.,  Calgary:  fire  bricks,  3  sets,  $11.70;  hardware,  etc.,  $34.69; 
heaters,  24,  $629.20;  kitchen  utensils,  etc.,  $652.45;  stovepipes,  $63.46; 
stoves,  10,  $588.30  ;  packing  and  wrapping  charges,  $10.50  ;  government  sales- 
tax,   $16.60;    small  items,   $2.10;    total,   $2,009,   less  discount.   $39.48 1,969   52 

McGinnis,  A.  E.,  Calgary:  making  drafting  tables,  5  at  $22,  4  at  $37  ;  making  map- 
racks,    2,    $25  ;    small    items,    $14 297   00 

Maclin  ^Motors,  Ltd.,  Calgary:    auto  accessories  and  repairs,  $757.85;    Ford  touring 

car,  $880.05;    gasoline,   146J  gal.,   $80.38;    small   items,   $10.95 1,729   23 

Maher,  Jas.  O.,  Manj-berries,  pasturing  2  horses,  16  m.,  25  d 67  22 

Maple  Creek  Garage:    auto  accessories  and  repairs,  $344.80;    auto  storage,  $47.50; 

gasoline,   oil,    etc.,    $9.15 401  45 

Martin   (Alex)    Sporting  Goods  Co.,  Calgary:    waders,   12  pr.,  $145.20;    snowshoea, 

4   pr.,   $32.75;    luxurj-  tax,    $2.40 180   35 

Marshall  Severs  Hardware,  Ltd.:    hardware,  tools,  etc.,  $34.37;    twine,   $3.50 37  87 

Merithew,  B.  L.,  Calgary:    services  as  janitor,  77   d.   at  $1;    cleaning  rooms  and 

putting  up  coat  racks,    $12 89  00 

Metal  Shingle  and  Siding  Co.,  rent  of  garage  at  $9  per  m 54  00 

Mitchell,  C.  A.,  Calgary,  licenses  for  motor  cars,   73 1,132  50 

Motor  Car  Supply  Co..  Calgary:  porcelains,  99  at  35c.  ;  pumps,  31  at  $2.75  ;  speedo- 
meters, 28  at  $9.75  ;    tire-carriers,  21  at  $3  ;    tire-covers,  28  at  94c.  ;    tool  boxes, 

2  at  $3.38,  29  at  $2.50  ;    tire-chains,  29  sets  at  $4.31,  1  set,  $4.61  ;    windshields, 

3  at   $24.13.   10   at   $23.13  ;    various  auto   accessories,   etc.,    $257.90  ;    waste,    1 
bale,  $24.04  ;    government  sales  tax,   $9.68  ;    small  items,  25c.  ;    total,   $1,286.64, 

less  $4,  discount,  and   $3.34,   express  charges  refunded 1,279  30 

Motor   Sales,   Ltd.,    Calgary,    Dodge   touring   car 2,170  00 

Needham,   R,,  Piapot :    pasturing  horses,   $438.28;    horsefeed.   $225.67 663  95 

Northern  Electric  Co.,  Calgary,  various  electrical  supplies  and  repairs 139  45 

Ontario   Laundry,  Calgary,   towel   service 104  50 

Pacific  Cartage   Co. :    cartage,   $22  ;    freight,   $111.01 133  01 

Pedlar  People,  Ltd.,  Oshawa,  galvanized  toncan  for  fluming,  300  sq.  ft.  at  80c....  240  00 

Postmaster,  Calgary:  postage  stamps,  $696;  commission  on  money  order,  $1.17...  697  17 
Precision  Machine  Co.,   Calgary  :    auto  accessories  and  repairs.   $20.10  ;    pistons.   4, 

$22.50;    repairs  to  machinery,  etc.,  $25.58;    repairs  to  plane  tables,  $8.75 76  93 

Revelstoke    Sawmill    Co.,    Calgary,    lumber 99  75 

Riverside    Iron   Works,    Calgary:     windshield   brackets,    7    pr.    at    $3;     repairs    to 

brackets,   etc.,   $6 27  00 

Robin  Hood   Mills,   Calgary,   grain   sacks,   50 30  00 

Scarlett  Service  Station,   Calgarj',  various  auto  repairs,  accessories,   etc 105  06 

Schultz,  J.,  Lethbridge:    retreading  tires,  10,  $105.45;    repairs  to  inner  tube,  75c..  106  20 

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INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 117 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Irrigation  Surveys — Continued — Arpentages   d'irrigation — Suite  $         cts. 

Brought  forward 353,788   05 

General  Accounts  paid  at  Calgary — Concluded — Comptes  (iin4raux  payes  a  Caloary 

—Fin 

Security  Trust  Co.,  Calgary  :    coal,  10  .  675  tons 83   39 

Sturm   Draying  Co.,    Brooks,   cartage 4  8   70 

Taber   Motor   Co.:     various  auto   repairs,   accessories,    etc.,    $195.60;     small    items, 

$1.40. 197   00 

Town  of  Brooks,  school  taxes  on  property  at  Brooks 25  60 

Turner,  .1.  .T.  &  Sons.  Peterborough:    camo  cot.s.  31  at  $5.75;    express,  $50.60;    total, 

$228.85,   less  $22.74,   allowance   for   freight   charges 206   11 

Union  Iron  and  Foundry,  Ltd.,  Calgary:    bench  marks,  80  at  $5.40;    cable  car  pullers, 

24,  $26;    casting  lead  ball,   $6.46;    ice   chisels,    26   at   $2.50;     iron   chain   gauge 

weights,  24  at  90c.;    irons  for  cable  car,  4,   $42.40;    lead  weights,   48  at  $3,   12 

at  $2.10,  4,  $22.22;    pattern  for  lead  weights,  $16.16;    steel  shoes,  etc.,  $18.50; 

small  items,  $1.50 821    04 

Universal  Motor  Cars,  Ltd.,  Calgary :    auto  storage,   $20  ;    various  auto  accessories 

and  rei)airs,  $192.61  ;    gasoline  and  oil,  $4.55  ;    use  of  wash  rack,  $10 

University  of  Saskatchewan,   Saskatoon,   furnishing   meteorological    data 

Veale,  A.  P.,  Warner:    auto  accessories  and  repairs,  $127.54;    small  items,  $2.20.. 
Walkes,   G.    H.,    Calgary,    supplying,    painting    and    lettering    number    plates,    28    at 

$1.10 

Western  Tent  and  Mattress  Co.,  Calgary:    repairs  to  tent.s,  5,  $100.35;    small  items, 

$2.40 

Western   Upholsterers.    Ltd..    Calgary :     boxes,    5,    $9.75  ;     repairing   and    recovering 

camp   furniture,  etc.,   $19.75  ;    small    items,   $2 

Wilson  Bros.,  Calgary:    gauge  rods,  72,  $132;    survey  rods,  31  at  $10.25,  67,  $84.96; 

truck  bodies,  27  at  $70,  1,  $25;    small  items,   $2.50;    total,  $2,452.21,  less  $135, 

balance  pending  on  account  of  27  truck  bodies  not  being  up  to  specifications.  . 
Wilson  Lumber  Co.,   High  River:    contract  price  for   repairing  groin   at    Highwood 

river,  $115  ;    sundry  labour,  5  d.  at  $4  ;    team  hire,  3  d.  at  $8  ;    wire,  $1 

Winnipeg  Paint  and  Glass  Co.:    paint,  8.37  gal.,  $53.70;    sundry  painters'  supplies, 

$24.29  ;    sales-tax,   22c 

Wood,  Vallance  and  Adams,  Calgary:   hardware,  tools,  etc.,  $14.60;   water  bags,  44, 

$86.98  ;    sales  tax,   48c ; 

Young  Plumbing  Co.,  Calgary:  galvanized  pipe,   61  ft.,   $25.16;   plumbing  material 

and  repairs,  $27.88  ;  repairs  to  mudguard,   $3 

Young,  W.  C,  Calgary:  boxes  for  plans,  7  at  $12;  cupboards,  6,  $105;  tool  boxes, 

6,    $63.50 

Telegrams:  C.P.R.  Co.'s  Telegraph,  $111.93;  G.N.W.  Telegraph  Co.,   $82.85;  G.T.P. 

Telegraph  Co.,    $2.19 

Freight   and    express:  Can.    Express   Co.,    $1.90;    Can.    Nat.    Express   Co.,    $48.62; 

Dom.  Express  Co.,  $34.47  ;  Can.  Pac.   Ry.,   $376.48 

Advertising,     $49.50 ;     subscriptions,     $8.50 

Small    payments:  auto    accessories    and    repairs,    $79.66;    auto    licenses,    3,    $27; 

blankets,  2.  $10.50;  exchange  on  U.S.  currency,  $10.50;  hardware,  etc.,   $19.29; 

lettering  sign-boards,    1   at   $2,   44   at   40c.  ;   lumber,    $10.75  ;   photographic  work 

and  pupi)lies,   $18.71  ;  pole  and  double  trees  for  democi-at,  $18  ;  rent  of  garage, 

$15;    repairs   to   instruments,   $12.75;   repairs   to  stoves,    6,   $18.60;    repairs  and 

parts  for  meters,   $14.75;  rubber  stamps,   6,  $16;  sundry  labour,   16  h.  at  75c.; 

tent,    $16.66  ;   typewriter   repairs    and    accessories,    $13  ;    waders,    2   pr.,    $12.85  ; 

.small    items,    $94.79 44«   41 

Surveys,  Travel,  etc. — Arpentage,  frais  de  voyage,  etc. 

Beach,  F.  K.,  divisional  hydrometric  engineer:   travelling  expenses,   $384.67;  sundry 

labour,    $10.80-;    small    items,    $10.67 406   14 

Bell,  R.  C,  topographer  and  instrument  man :  board  and  lodgin,g,  $145.10 ;  fares 
and  Pullmans,  $22.60  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $40.20  ;  horseshoeing,  $10  ;  small 
items,    $21.85 239   75 

Bradfleld,   J.   R.,  instrument  man,   expenses   Purple  Springs   to  Morrisburg 127   15 

Burfleld,  F.  R.,  irrigation  engineer:  auto  hire,  $305.25;  board  and  lodgrlng,  $313.45; 
cartage,  $12.75;  fares  and  pullmans,  $163.05;  gasoline,  31  gal.,  $18.50;  livery, 
$41.50;    small    items,    $19.95 874   45 

Calder,  L.  R.,  asst.  hydrometric  engineer:  auto  accessories  and  repairs,  $21.15  :  board 
and  lodging.  $28.50;  fares  and  pullmans.  $157.35;  freight  and  express.  $12.55; 
gasoline,  277J  gal.,  $140.56;  hardware,  $14.50;  kitchen  utensils,  $23.70;  lumber, 
$66.05;  oil,  $17.80;  provisions.  $786.24;  steel  drum.  $15.15;  small  items,   $54.79  1.338   34 

Chadwick,  W.,  irrigation  assistant,   travelling  expenses  Victoria   to  Calgar>' 37   90 

Chambers,  C,  sr.  engineering  clerk:  board  and  lodging,  $88.45;  fares  and  pullmans, 

$87.10  ;  team  hire,  $11  ;  small   items,   $9.47 196   02 


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Brought  forward 363,194   46 

Surveys,   Travel,   etc. — Continued — Arpentage,   frais   de   voyage,   etc. — Suite 

Cook,  A,  B.,  asst.  hydraulic  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  1288.09;  board 
and  lodgring,  f 279.15 ;  coal,  22.91  tons,  $207.50;  coal  oil.  66  gal.,  $31.25; 
express,  $28.42  ;  fares  and  puUmans,  $113.95  ;  freight,  $86.18  ;  gasoline,  2,284i 
gal.,  $1,197.67;  hardware,  $27.45;  lath,  61  bundles,  $60.55;  lumber,  $13.35;  oil, 
$149.78;  postage,  $13;  provisions,  $2,657.25;  steel  drum,  $15.15;  small  items, 
$64.97;  total,  $5,233.71,  less  $30,  allowance  for  2  steel  drums  returned S,2&l  71 

Culshaw,  J.  G.,  jr.,  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $3,340.10;  cartage, 
$21.75 ;  postage,  $25.50 ;  temporary  assistance,  gauging,  etc.,  $235 ;  small 
items,  $38.62 g,660  97 

Dodds,  J.  K.,  helper  and  recorder:  travelling  expenses,  $77.75;  small  items,   $6.60  84  35 

Dunne,  V.  J.,  instrument  man,  expenses  Ottawa  to  Calgary 101  60 

Eleenhauer,  E.  E.,  Irrigation  specialist:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $198.65; 
auto  hire,  $22 ;  board  and  lodging,  $258.15 ;  care  of  instruments,  $17.50 ; 
fares  and  pullmans,  $76.05;  gasoline,  345J  gal.,  $180.30;  oil,  $61.67;  retreading 
tires,  $27;  storage,  $16.10;  sundry  labour,  $11;  taking  weather  observations, 
$35;   small   Items,    $74.58 978  00 

Errlngton,  C,  hydrometric  recorder:  travelling  expen,ses,  $609.80;  auto  repairs  and 
accessories,  $105.15;  gasoline,  128  gal.,  $82.70;  lumber,  $14.35;  small  items, 
$18.45 830   45 

F^tterly,  P.  A-,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $26.35; 
board  and  lodging.  $253.43;  express,  $34.47;  fares  and  pullmans,  $42.45; 
gasoline,   124  gal.,   $71.83;  small  items,   $62.90 491  43 

Flemons,  R,  G.,  sr.  clerk-bookkeeper:  cartage,  $17.33;  express,  $127.89;  fares 
and  pullmans,  $151.30;  freight,  $21.23;  gasoline,  37  gal.,  $20.97;  small  items, 
$46.71 385   43 

Ford,  A,  L.,  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $790.27;  small  Items,  $15.36  805  63 

French,  M.  H.,  asst.  hj'draulic  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $173.24; 
auto  storage,  $38.75;  board  and  lodging,  $802.80;  express,  $72.30;  fares  and 
pullmans,  $58.95;  gasoline,  421i  gal.,  $256.21;  iron  rods  for  making  pins,  and 
cutting  same,  $25.50;  livery  and  auto  hire,  $19.10;  oil,  $42.95;  provisions, 
$13.68;  self  sealers,  12i^  doz.,  $19.55;  telegrams  and  phones,  $10.46;  small 
items,    $54.95 1,588  89 

Goodchild,  R,  H.,  jr.  Irrigation  engineer:  auto  casing,  $26;  auto  repairs  and 
acceasoriee,  $182.90 ;  auto  storage,  $30.25 ;  board  and  lodging,  $1,222.45  ; 
fares  and  pullmans,  $31.16 ;  gasoline,  393J  gal.,  $234.32 ;  oil,  $25.90 ;  small 
items,  $46.90 1,7»9  87 

Hawkins,  S.  H.,  asst  hydraulic  engineer:  assistance  in  gauging,  37  h.,  $18.50;  auto 
repairs  and  accessories,  $46.95;  auto  hire,  $84.50;  board  and  lodging,  $637.43; 
cartage,  $11.60;  coal,  5.27  tona,  $53.60;  coal  oil,  23  gal.,  $11.50;  delivering 
horses,  $21;  express,  $32.57;  fares  and  pullmans,  $194.80^;  feed  and  stabling, 
$424.69  ;  freight,  $115.92  ;  gasoline,  911  gal.,  $56.62  ;  hardware,  !$85.25  ; 
harness  supplies,  etc.,  $45.80;  horseshoeing,  $108.60;  kitchen  utensils,  $25.07; 
lath,  47  bundles,  $42.60  ;  matches,  ?18.05  ;  medical  exi>ens€S,  etc,  of  R.  C 
Wallace,  $64.50;  pasturage,  $68.37;  picketing  outfit,  $10.90;  postage,  $13; 
provisions,  $1,687.32;  rent  of  stable,  5  m.,  $25;  rope,  $13. 6&;  team  hire, 
$43  ;  telegrrams  and  phones,  $26.10 ;  wagon  repairs,  etc.,  $97.35  ;  small  Items, 
$80.63 4,164   72 

Hermann,  T.,  hydrometric  recorder:  travelling  expenses,  self  and  assistant, 
$2,577.60  ;  assistance  and  gauging,  etc.,  $71.55  ;  auto  repairs  and  accessories, 
$188.55  ;  delivering  horses,  $12  ;  express  and  cartage,  $11.75  ;  gasoline,  227  gal., 
$144.50;  horse  feed.  $164.95;  pasturage,  $35;  postage,  $12.75;  rent  of  stable, 
and  care  of  team,   $56;  team  hire,  $126;  small  items,  $48.05 

Hoover,  O.  H.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $424.40;  assistance 
in  gauging,  etc,   $11  ;  small  Items,   $15.70 

Houston,  Q.  N.,  Irrigation  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $27.05;  auto 
hire,  $10;  auto  storage,  $23;  board  and  lodging,  $378.05;  fares  and  pullmans, 
$116.50;  gasoline,   252i  gal.,   $147.30;  oil,   $14.30;  small  items,   $19.67... 

Houston,  H.  C,  sr.  supplies  clerk:  board  and  lodging,  $20.20;  gasoline,  42  gal., 
$23.76;  small  Items,   $20.60 

Hutcheson,  W.  B.,  asst.  hydrometric  engineer:  board  and  lodging,  $17.85;  wire. 
$10.50;     small    Items,     $24.32 

Jaffray,  J.  B..  Jr.  Irrigation  engineer;  board  and  lodging,  $14.70;  fares  and  pull- 
mans,   $48.90 

Jennings,  P,  .T..  ofRce  engineer:  board  and  lodging.  $22.80;  fares  and  pullmans, 
$12.60;    small    items,    $2.60 

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INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K — 119 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.    1 

Irrigation  Surveys — Continued — Arpentages  d'irrigation — Suite  $         eta. 

Brought    forward 388,043   51 

Surveys,   Travel,   etc. — Continued — Arpentage,   fraia    de    voyage,    etc. — Suite 

Lillico,  R.  S.  B.,  asst.  hydrometrlc  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $47.90; 
board  and  lodging,  $78.45;  coal,  12.535  tons.  $119.92;  coal  oil,  34  gal.,  $16.15; 
express,  $14.04;  fares  and  pullmans,  $210.90;  freight,  $38.44;  gasoline,  1,640J 
gal.,  $851.89  ;  hardware  and  tools,  $28.95  ;  kitchen  utensils,  etc.,  $29.45  ;  lumber, 
$48.85;  oil,   $94.41;   provisions,   $2,700.26;   small   items,    $68.51 4,348   12 

LiOwri«,  A.  W.  P.,  jr.  hydrometrlc  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $1,614.20;  auto 
repairs  and  accessories,  $275.40;  auto  storage,  $19;  care  of  team,  34  d.,  $17; 
express,  $17.80;  feed  and  stabling,  $136;  gasoline,  349J  gal.,  $203.15;  lumber, 
$84.95;  oil.  $14.35;  postage,  $17.65;  rent  of  barn,  2i  m.,  $10;  rent  of  garage, 
5    m..    $15;    small    items.    $54 2.478   50 

McDonald.  W.  S..  jr..  hydrometrlc  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $1,046.40;  auto 
repairs  and  accessories,  $381.63;  auto  storage,  $20.50;  cartage,  $10;  exchange, 
$20;  gasoline,  4183  gal.,  $256.95;  hardware,  etc.,  $10.50;  lumber,  $66.15;  oil. 
$32.85;   shock  absorbers.    1    set,   $22;   small   items,    $54.64 1,921   62 

McGavin,  C,  jr.  hydrometrlc  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $4,455.38;  cartage, 
$14.75;  con.structing  gauge  house,  $25;  express,  $10.80;  feed  and  stabling, 
$10.50;    sundry   labour,    $188.60;   small   items,    $48.06 4,75S   09 

McGillivray,  L.  A.,  asst.  hydrometrlc  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $241.92; 
auto  storage,  $19.75;  board  and  lodging,  $531.75;  coal,  17.082  tons,  $171.76; 
coal  oil,  58  gal..  $27.35;  express,  $44.42;  fares  and  pullmans,  $150.80;  freight, 
$51.82;  gasoline.  2,650i  gal.,  $1,394.90;  grease,  $14.21;  hardware  and  tools, 
$84.09;  inner  tubes.  5,  $18.50;  kitchen  utensils,  $36.45;  lumber,  $44.25;  oil, 
$301.57;  postage,  etc..  $14.43;  provisions,  $3,752.13;  rope,  $10.95;  steel  drums, 
4.    $55.26;    small    items,    $62.75 6,829   06 

McLean,  H.  J.,  jr.  hydrometrlc  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $933.35;  express 
and  cartage,  $10.35  ;  feed  and  stabling.  $140.85  ;  gasoline.  $10  ;  hardware, 
etc..    $18.91;    small    items,    $74.11 1,187  67 

Marshall,  M.  H.,  asst.  hydrometrlc  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $42.65; 
auto  storage.  $17.25;  board  and  lodging,  $375.25;  coal,  1.405  tons,  $14.50; 
express,  $116.24;  fares  and  pullmaii.s.  $62.20;  freight,  $103.09;  gasoline,  298 
gal.,  $163.46;  hardware  and  tools,  $14.30;  lumber,  $26.50;  oil  and  grease. 
$32.61;  postage  etc.,  $21.39;  provisions,  $426.19;  steel  drum,  $15;  telegrams 
and    phones,    $26.03;    small    items,    $32.12 1,488   78 

Massey,  G.  A.,  sr.  engineering  clerk :  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $104.80  ;  board 
and  lodging,  $129.95;  coal,  16.155  tons.  $99.03;  coal  oil,  33  gal.,  $16.05;  fares 
and  Pullmans,  $145.90;  gasoline,  $1,3434  gal.,  $713.75;  hardware  and  tools, 
$12.30;  lumber,  $10.87;  oil,  $107.57;  provisions,  $1,202.79;  small  items,  $58.60; 
overpayment,  50c.,  total,  $2,602.11,  less  $30,   2   steel  drums  returned 2,572   11 

Meek,  V.,  oHice  engineer:   board   and  lodging,   $92.20;  fares  and   pullmans,   $43.30; 

gasoline,    45    gal.,    $27  ;    small    items.    $23.40 185   90 

Moore.  C.  M.,  jr.  irrigation  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $885.46;  auto  repairs  and 
accessories,  $107.10;  auto  hire,  $40:  freight.  $19.60;  gasoline.  425J  gal., 
$244.81;    inner    tubes,    3,    $11.60;    oil,    $45.25;    small    items,    $40.99 1,394   81 

Nettleton,   G.    H.,   jr.    hydrometric    engineer:     travelling   expenses,    $1,187.80;     auto 

hire,   $177  ;   small   items,    $47.99 ' 1,412   79 

Pearce,  L.  P.,  Jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $2,527.60;  assist- 
ance  in   gauging,    etc..    $77.40;   cartage.    $14;    small    items.    $66.50 2,685   50 

Peters.  F.  H..  field  superintendent:  auto  repairs  and  accessories.  $40.40;  board  and 
lodging,  $522.70;  fares  and  pullmans,  $456.70;  gasoline,  87i  gal.,  $51.50; 
telegrams  and   phones,   $10.01;   small  items,    $50.95 1,132   26 

Planche,  C.  C,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  etc.,  $542.41;  cartage 
and  freight,  $14.07;  cutting  ice,  etc.,  $61.75;  provisions.  $160.30;  small  Items, 
$27.04 805   57 

Russell.  B..  hydraulic  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories.  $85.75;  auto  storage, 
$22.25  ;  board  and  lodging.  $366  60  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $44.70  ;  freight.  $20.80  ; 
gasoline,  325J,  $193.28;  oil,  $37.25;  telegrams,  etc.,  $18.20;  small  items. 
$33.80 822   63 

Smith.  A.,  sr.  eng.  elk. :    travel,  $1,471.14  ;    small  items,  $40.91 1,512  05 

Smith,  H.  D.  St.  A.,  asst.  hydraulic  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories, 
$92.38;  board  and  lodging,  $76;  coal.  3.915  tons,  $32.35;  express.  $16.42;  fares 
and  pullmans,  $161.85;  freight,  $46.28;  gasoline,  1,341  gal.,  $695.45;  hardware 
and  tools,  $15.45;  lumber.  $15.80;  matches.  $18.27;  oil,  $97.29;  provisions, 
$2,436.14;    retreading  tires.   $23.40;    steel  drums,   2,  $30;    small   Items,   $82.05..  3,839   13' 

Snelson,  W.  H.,  irrigation  specialist.  Brooks  Experimental  Farm:  auto  accessories 
and  repairs,  $155.07;  auto  hire,  $37;  auto  storage.  $13.75;  board  and  lodging. 
$188.45;  care  of  horses.  26  d..  $21;  carpenter  work,  $18;  cartage,  $22.65; 
coal,  9.98  tons,  $98.70;  coal  oil.  70  gal..  $32.90;  cow,  $145;  express,  $22.16; 
fares   and    pullmans,    $211.50;     freight,    $23.93;     gasoline,    276.^    gal.,    $156.17; 


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12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Irrigation  Surveys — Continued — Arpentages   d'irrigation — Suite  $         cts. 

Brought  forward 427,413   0& 

Surveys,  Travel,  etc. — Concluded — Arpentac/e,  frais  de  voyage,  etc — Fin 

Snelson,  \N'.  H. — Concluded. 

glass  sections  for  hot  beds,  $18;  hardware,  $42.20;  harness  supplies,  $13.50; 
oil,  $35.75  ;  poison  for  potato  bugs,  etc.,  $11.20  ;  postage,  etc.,  $13.90  ;  provis- 
ions, $1,276.10;  reading  evaporation  tank,  5  m.,  $25;  rubber  boots,  4  pr.,  $20; 
seed  potatoes,  610  lb.,  $45.75;  soap,  $29.65;  telegrams  and  phones,  $19.90; 
small  items,  $97.50 2,794   73 

Sprecldey,  J.  A.,  asst.  office  engineer:  board  and  lodging,  $87.30;  fares  and  pull- 
mans,  $73.30  ;  livery  and  auto  hire,  $24  ;  small  items,  $6.20 190  80 

Storey,    W.    H.,    jr..    hydrometric    engineer:    checking    gauges,    etc.,    $6;    street    car 

fares,   $4 10   00 

Strome,  I.  R.,  asst.  hydraulic  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $189.79; 
board  and  lodging,  $241.70;  coal,  12.925  tons,  $120.40;  coal  oil,  54 J  gal., 
$25.18 ;  express,  $26.99  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $208.65  ;  feed  and  stabling, 
$130.10;  freight,  $46.27;  gasoline,  1,395J  gal..  $720.61;  hardware  and  tools, 
$72.35  ;  kitchen  utensils,  $50.92  ;  lath,  97  bundles,  $90.85  ;  livery  and  auto  hire, 
$58.50;  lumber,  $55.30;  medical  attendance  for  F.  S.  Cobb,  $20;  oil,  $102.45; 
postage,  etc.,  $13.30;  provisions,  $2,067.59;  rent  of  cabins,  $50;  soap,  $13.05; 
steel  drums,  2,  $30  ;  team  hire,  $15  ;  telegrams  and  phones,  $11.50  ;  small  items, 
$132.69;    total.    $4,493.19.    less    $15,    allowance    for    steel    drum    returned....  4,478   19 

Stuart,  W.  G.,  jr.,  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $4,153.75;  feed  and 
stabling,  $32.75  ;  hire  of  saddle  horse,  $54  ;  labour,  $10  ;  material  and  labour  on 
cable  car,  $10;  medical  expenses,  etc.  of  W.  G.  Stuart,  $15;  postage,  etc., 
$24.55;    small    items,    $43.95 4,344    00 

Sutherland,  N.  M.,  asst.  hydraulic  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $100.90; 
board  and  lodging,  $221.40;  coal,  11.115  tons,  $103.15;  coal  oil,  32  gal., 
$15.50;  express,  $30.70;  fares  and  pullmans,  $85.15;  feed  and  stabling,  $35.20; 
freight,  $30.96  ;  freighting,  $44  ;  gasoline,  1,116J  gal.,  $586.28  ;  hardware  and 
tools,  $40.78  ;  heater.  $11  ;  horseshoeing,  $10  ;  inner  auto  tires,  3,  $10.75  ;  kitchen 
utensils,  $44.80;  lath,  73  bundles,  $73;  lumber,  $31.67;  oil,  $55.45;  provisions, 
$1,917.84;  steel  drum,  $15.15;  soap,  $14.72;  small  items,  $95.15,  total, 
$3,573.55.   less   $15,   allowance   for   steel   drum   returned 3,558   55 

"Welby,  A.  E.,  jr.  irrigation  engineer:  batteries  and  wire,  $16.50;  board  and  lodging, 
$133.35;  casting  for  drilling  outfit,  $85.15;  coal,  7.077  tons,  $35.35;  contract 
for  drilling  hole,  $175  ;  express,  $19  ;  fares  an,d  pullmans,  $31.95  ;  feed  and 
stabling,  $422.26;  foundry  work,  $27.85;  freight,  $19.74;  freighting,  $165; 
gas  engine  repairs  and  accessories,  $26.40  ;  gasoline,  484J  gal.,  $241.03  ;  hard- 
ware and  tools,  $78.20  ;  horseshoeing,  $29.40  ;  kitchen  utensils,  $14.45  ;  lumber, 
$111.05;  moving,  drilling  outfit,  etc.,  $62;  oil,  $10.67;  pasturage,  $12;  postage, 
etc.,  $12.40;  provisions,  $1,335.45;  rent  of  cabin  for  office,  $37.50;  rent  of 
shack,  $87  ;  rent  of  stable,  $17  ;  repairs  to  democrat,  $38.90  ;  repairs,  etc.,  for  drill, 
$82.75  ;  repairs  to  water  wagon,  $10.50  ;  roofing  and  tar  paper,  $17.75;  sheeting, 
1,200  ft.,  $62.40;  soap,  $11.68;  steel  drum,  $15;  sundry  labour,  $11;  telegrams 
and  phones,  $19.95;  water  barrels,  $15;  water  tank  hose,  pump  and  piping, 
$97;  windows,  6,  $25.60;  small  items,  $110.89,  total,  $3,724.12;  less  $30,  allow- 
ance for  2  steel  drums  returned,  and  $4.80  for  rubber  robe  lost 3,689   n2 

Wenden,  G.  S.,  jr.  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $711.45;  express, 
$12.60;  feed  and  stabling,  $166.05;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $18.60; 
pasturage,   $73.45  ;  small  items,  $31.95    1,014    10 

Whyte,  G.  H.,  divisional  hydrometric  engineer:  travelling  expenses,  $308.45;  pro- 
visions, $53.11  ;  small  items,  $27.71    389    -7 

Wilkes,    J.    W.    H.,    hydrometric    recorder:    travelling    expenses,    $1,498.70;    sundry 

labour,   $36.80  ;   small  items,   $22.06    1,557   56 

Wotherspoon,  W.,  asst.  hydrometric  engineer :  travelling  expenses,  etc.,  $582.75  ; 
coal,  5.24  tons,  $66.50;  express,  $13.82;  feed  and  stabling,  $326.23;  freight, 
$63.95;  hardware,  $20.30;  harness  supplies  and  repairs,  $35.75;  horseshoeing, 
$66.80;  lath,  25  bundles,  $25;  lumber,  $17.50;  pasturage,  $82.80;  provisions, 
$955.54  ;  repairs  to  vehicles,   $42.95  ;   small  items,   $84.80    2,384   69 

Wright,  A.  C,  asst.  hydrometric  engineer:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $61.06; 
board  and  lodging,  $101.50;  coal,  8.905  tons,  $89.75;  coal  oil,  27  gal.,  $12.50; 
express,  $12.50  ;  fares  and  pullmans,  $391  ;  freight,  $25.31  ;  gasoline,  $l,214i 
gal.,  $630.44;  hardware  and  tools,  $43.93;  kitchen  utensils,  $18.50;  lumber, 
$54.90  ;  oil  and  grease,  $57.94  ;  provisions,  $2,569.64  ;  steel  drums,  $15  ;  soap, 
$22.57;  small  items,  $76.39;  expenses  Ottawa  to  Calgary,   $111.10 4,294   03 

Sauge     height     observations:      payments      to      observers,     $9,305.25;     commission, 

exchange,  etc.,  on  money  orders,   $100.36    9,405   'il 

Balance  of  advances  of  1920-21  in  hands  of  engineers,  etc.,  Mar.  31,  1921  : 
Flemons,  R.  G.,  $18.94;  Hutcheson,  "W'.  B.,  $15;  Jennings,  P.  J.,  $36.55;  Moore, 
CM.,    $400;    Peters,   F.    H.,    $183.69;    Snelson,    W.    H.,    $600;    Spreckley,    J.    A., 

$118.60     1,372    78 

466,896    63 

Less — Deductions  as  below   25,782   44 

Ket   expenditure,   Irrigation    Surveys 441,114    19 


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Irrigation    Surveys — Concluded — Arpentages    d'irrigation — Fin 

Deductions — Deductions 

Peters,  P.  H..  balance  on  hand  from  1919-20   

Amount  received  for  preparation  of  plans,  etc 

Lamarche,  A.,  payment  for  chain  pins  lost    

Pirie,  A.,  refund  on  account  of  advance  made  by  C.  H.  Attwood,  credited  in  error 

to  Irrigation  instead  of  Water  Power 

Charged  to  vote  for  Provisional  Allowance (Page   K — 166) 


Canadian  National  Parks — Pares   nationaux   canadiens 

General  Expenses — Depenses  generates 

Services  at  Ottawa (Page  K — 30) 

Allan,   Killam  &  McKay,   Winnipeg,   premium   on   guarantee   bonds    

Armbruster  &  Hennig,  Stony  Plain,  balance  due  on  15  padlocks   

Calgary  Auto  Club,  road  maps,   2,000  at  10c 

Can.  Pac.  Ry.,  Dept.  of  Natural  Resources,  telephone  rental,  use  of  company's 
telephone  poles  for  maintaining  wires,   etc 

Crowe  Name  Plate  &  Engraving  Co.,  Chicago:  name  plates,  400  at  12ic.,  30,  $4.86  ; 
express  and  postage,  $1.47    

Dept.  of  Militia  &  Defence,  auto  repairs  and  accessories   

Dept.  of  Public  Printing  &  Stationery:  printing,  $2,049.50;  stationery,  $2,361.98; 
parliamentary  publications,  $43.40   

Fire  Equipment  Ltd.,   Montreal,   linen   fire  hose  with  couplings,   3,000   ft.   at  55c... 

Harmon,   B.,  Banff,   photo  work  and   supplies    

Historic  Landmarks  Association :  printing  1,000  annual  reports,  1920,  $217  ;  sub- 
scription fee,  1  yr.,  $2   

Johnston  Storage  Co.,  Vancouver:  storage  on  equipment,  16  m.,  $120;  small  items, 
$11.65    

Mason,  t;.,  Co.,  Ottawa,  lumber 

Pritchards-Andrews,  Ottawa :  aluminum  pocket-pieces,  "Prevent  Fires,"  10,000, 
$75  ;  making  dies  for  pocket-pieces,  $40  ;  seal  presses,  12  at  $3.50  ;  fire  notices, 
100  at  14c 

Thornton  &  Truman,  Ottawa :  pipe  protectors,  10,000,  $200 ;  making  gun  seals, 
1,000,  $50  ;  car  seals,  1,000,  $10    

Topley  Co.,  Ottawa:  special  photo  enlargements,  37  at  $4;  photo  work,  supplies, 
etc.,    $25.02 

ITnited  Typewriter  Co.:  cleaning  and  overhauling  typewriters,  2,  $34.50;  screw 
driver,    75c 

Westboro  Garage :  repairing  and  thoroughly  overhauling  3  motor  trucks  taken  over 
from  Dept.  of  Militia  and  Defence,  $1,697.80  ;  various  repairs,  accessories  for 
motorcycle,  $S9.20  ;  vulcanizing  casings,  30,  $100;  expenses  re  shipping  3  trucks 
and   one    motorcycle    and    sidecar,    $59.13 

Wilson,  Jas.,  Ottawa:  framing  40  coats  of  arms,  $60;  framing  Fort  Hamilton,  2 
pictures,    at    $5.50  ;    tablets,    2,    $2 

Wolfe  &  Hine,  Edmonton:  mounting  bull  bison  heads,  3  at  $80;  crates  for  ship- 
ping  same,    3    at    $6 

Advertising 

Freight  and  express:  American  Exprees  Co.,  $4.58;  Can.  Express  Co..  $42.73; 
Can.  Nat.  Express  Co.,  $83.35;  Dom.  Express  Co.,  $431.28;  Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Co.. 
$62.20  ;  G.T.  Ry.   Co..   $7.82 

Telegrams:  Can.  Nat.  Telegraph  Co.,  $9.07;  Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Co.'s  Telegraph, 
$513.90;    G.N.W.    Telegraph    Co.,    $241.83 

Small  payments:  caps,  3  at  $5.25;  customs  duty,  $13.75;  Lufkin  steel  tapes,  2  at 
$7.80  ;  membership  fees,  for  American  Civic  Association,  3  y.,  $15,  for 
Mountaineering  Clubs  of  North  America,  1  y.,  $15;  motor  hire,  $8.10;  photo 
work  and  .supplies,  $17.23;  sodium  silicate,  15  gal.  at  $1.50;  small  items. 
$54.24     

Travellinp  Expenses — Frais  de  voyages 

Adams,  T.,  expenses  of  trip  with  A.  G.  Dalzell,  Kamloops  to  Jasper,  $81.60 ; 
expenses  Jasper  to  Ottawa,  $120.95,  total,  $202.55,  less  $10-0  advanced  in 
1919-20     

McEwen,  Miss  K.,  expenses,  Ottawa  to  Banff,  $133.25,  less,  $106.75,  paid  in  1921-22. 

Matheson.  D.,  removal  expenses,  self  and  family  and  household  effects,  Banff  to 
Ottawa 

Sparks,  N.  C :  expenses,  Ottawa  to  Montreal  and  return.  $11.72;  Ottawa  to 
Toronto  and  return,  $36.05;  Ottawa  to  London,  $41.60;  sundries.  35c.,  total, 
$89.72,    less,    $33.32,   paid    in    1921-22 


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3,301   86 

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100   00 
16,203  32 

25.782   44 


26,513   47 

264    68 

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200  00 

27    GO 

56   33 
460   16 

4,454   88 

1,650   00 

56   35 

219   00 


131 

65 

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171 

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173 

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35 

25 

1,946 

13 

73 

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258 

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328 

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631 

96 

764 

86 

177   17 


102   55 
26   50 


301    72 


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Carried   forward. 


39,376   05 


K — 122  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — ^Parcs  nationaux  canadiens — Suite         %         cts. 

Brought  forward 39,376  05 

Travelling  Expenses — Concluded — Fraia  de  voyages — Fin 

Travelling  expenses  re  Historic  Sites  and  Monuments — 

Cruikshank,    E.    A. :    expenses,    Owen    Sound    to    St.    Marie    and    St.    Ignace, 

$27.40;   fare,    Barrie   to    Toronto,    ?2.40 29  80 

Coyne,  J.  H. :  expenses,  St.  Thomas  to   Ottawa  and  return,   ?32.35  ;  allowance, 

3    d.,    ?30,    total,    $62.35,    less,    $13.20,   single   fare   paid   by    Royal   Society.  49  16 

Milner,  W.  C  :   expenses,  St.   John   to  Ottawa  and  return,   $46.90  ;   allowance, 

5  d.  at  $10,  trip  St.  John  to  Port  Elgin  and  return.  Including  visit  to  Fort 

Cumberland,    $15.15 112   05 

Antelope   Park — Pare    anx    Antilopes 

McHugh,   E.,   caretaker  of  park  animals:   salary,    12  m.   to  Mar.   31,    $960;   bonus, 

$420    1,380  00 

Labourers   at    $3,    $13.50,    at    $2.50,    $10 23  50 

Teamsters   and    team   at   $6.25,    $125,   at    $5,    $45 170  00 

Stacey   Lumber   Co.:   posts,    15,    $5.30;    windows,    3,    $5.70 11  00 

Buffalo   Park,    Wainwright — Pare    anx    Bisons,    Waintcright 

Smith,    A.    G.,    supervisor:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,040;    arrears,    1919-20, 

$120 ;    bonus,    $240     2,400  OO 

Alexander,   O.    E.,    caretaker,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31 180  00 

Channell,   J.,    warden:    salary,   April    1    to    Dec.    30,   and    Feb.    14    to    Mar.    SI,    less 

4  d..  Mar.,  at  $960,  $829.96  ;    overpayment,  32c. ;    bonus,  $182.97 1,013  23 

Cotton,   E.   J.,  warden:  salary,    12   m.   to   Mar.    31,   $1,320;    arrears,    1919-20,    $300; 

bonus.    $132 1,752   00 

Dawson,    D.   W.,    caretaker:    salary,    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,200;    arrears,    1919-20, 

$60;    bonus,    $372 1,632  00 

Frickleton,   E.   R.,   office  clerk:  salary,    April   1   to  Feb.    28,    less   3    d..   at   $1,200, 

$1,090.32  ;    bonus,    $190.97 1,281   29 

"Walker,  H.  B.,  farm  foreman:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320;  arrears,   1919-20, 

$60;    bonus,    $348 1,728   00 

Builder    at    85c.    per    h 106   25 

Carpenters  at   $1    per  h.,    $1,205,    at   90c.,    $710.55,   at   80c.,   $48,   at    65c.,    $188.49, 

at    55c.,    $249.70 2,4^01  74 

Foreman    at    45c.    per    h 72  00 

Labourers    at    55c.    per   h.,    $1,878.25,    at    40c.,    $806 2,684  25 

Masons    at    $1.10    per    h.,    $382.80;    mechanics    at    55c.    per    h..    $137.50 520   30 

Painters  at  80c.  per  h.,  $161.60  ;    plasterers  at  $1.10  per  h.,  $56.10,  at  85c.,  $39.10  ; 

rider    at    40c.    per    h.,    $200 456   80 

Stablemen    at    55c.    per    h.,    $110,    at    40c.,    $670,    at    35c.,    $108.50 888   50 

Subforemen   at    60c.    per   h..    $612,    at    45c.,    $162 774   00 

Teamsters    at    65c..    $3,495.25,     at    40c.,    $5,988,     at    35c..    $679 10,162   25 

Harrington,    F..    teamster:    board    and    lodging.    $16.30;    fares,    $18.40 34   70 

Honsberger.    S.,    teamster,    meals 2  20 

Shaw.  L.  W. :  board  and  lodging.  $5;  fares,  $13.05;  gasoline.  $14.05;  small  items, 

$8.99    4109 

Smith.    A.   G.,   supervisor:   board    and    lodging,    $21.15;    fares,    $8.70:    small    items, 

$4.35    , 34   20 

Treffry,   W.,    acting    rider,    etc.:   board   and    lodging,    $33;    fare,    $6.65;    horsefeed, 

etc,    $24.65  ;    cartage,    $1 65   30 

Walker.    H.    B.,    farm    foreman:    board     and    lodging.    $14.10;    fare,    $5.90;     use 

of  own  motor  car.   1,601  miles  at  13c. ;    milk  fed  to  buffalo  calf,  April  27  to 

July    25,   487   qt..    $48.70 276   83 

Alberta  Government  Telephones:  telephone  rental.  11  m..  $44;  long  distance  calls, 

$2.35 46   35 

Atlas  Lumber  Co.,  Wainwright:    bags,   17,    $3.40;   brick,    11    M,    $595;    cement,    113 

bags,    $124.30;    coal,    67.53    tons.    $540.50;    lime.    6    brl.,    $24,    31    bush.,    $1.75; 

lumber,   etc.,   $2,849.92 ;    paper,   16   rolls,    $36 ;    posts,   1,877,   $1,783.15 ;     screen 

doors,  3,  $11;  shingles,  221  M,  $157.50;  telephone  poles,  447,  $1,385.70;  varnish. 

2    gal.,    $12 7,524   22 

Armstrong,  A.  C,  Wainwright:  blankets,  1  pr.,  $11.50  ;  kitchen  utensils,  etc.,  $11.60: 

salt.    850    lb..    $20.40 43   50 

Blsson  &  Son..  Wainwright.  repair  parts  for  machinery,  etc 82   49 

Bowerman,  S.  R.,  Wainwright:  burlap.  16  yd.,  $21.60;  hardware,  tools,  etc.,  $76.03; 

heater,  $40  ;  kitchen  utensils.  $18.35  ;  small  items,  $11.40 167   38 

Boyer,    M.    A..    Wainwright:    buggy    pole,    $7;    caulks.    362,    $16.90;    horseshoeing, 

$105.15;  making  gate-hangers,  2  pr..   $16;  repairs  to  vehicles,  $15.70;   sundry 

blacksmithing.    $38.20 198   95 

Carried   forward 77,721   39 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


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Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanx  canadieus — Suite         (         cts. 

Brought   forward 77,721  89 

Buffalo  Park,  Waiiiwright — Concluded — Pare  aux  Bisona,  Wainwrighl — Fin 

Canadian    EJxpress    Co.,    express 39  55 

Can.  General  Electric  Co.:  galvanized  telephone  wire,  5,11(>  lb.,  $485.45;  pony- 
Insulators.  900,  $63.27;  wood  brackets,   000,  $46.24;  wire  nails,   200   lb.,  $14.50, 

total,  $609.46;  less  $35.30,  freight  paid  at  Walnwright 574   16 

Canadian  Government  Seed  Grain  Purchasing  Commission,  seed  grain,  1,200  bush. 

at  $1.22 1,464   00 

Elder,  O.  J.,  Walnwright :  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $26.35  ;  casing,  $25  ;  excise 
tax    on    new    car,    $48.51;    gasoline,    10    gal.,    $6;    oil,    25    gal.,    $23.75;    shock 

absorbers,    1    set,    $22 151   61 

EJsaelment,  J.,  Wainwrlght:  parts  and  repairs  for  agricultural  Implements,  $31.10; 

brand  certificate  for  horses,   $1.25 32   36 

GIrard,  J.  U.,  Walnwright:  threshing  oat  crops,      12,450     bush.,      $1,369.50,      less 

allowance  for  25  gal.  gasoline,  $13.50 1,356  00 

Goulet,  W.   S.,  Walnwright,  pump  repairs,  etc 44  50 

Grand   Trunk   Ry.,   freight 583   55 

Great  West   Saddlery   Co.,    Edmonton:    horse  collars,    4,    $32.64;    harness,    2    sets, 

$109.25  ;   packing  case,   75c 142  64 

Green,   R.,   cutting   green   feed 43   75 

Hair,    W.,    boring   well ',7  60 

Imperial  Lumber  Co.,  Walnwright:  cement.  60  sacks,  $60;  lath,  900,  $18;  lumber, 
$59.10;    sacks,   60,  $12;    shingles,  1  M,  $9  ;    tar  paper,  22  rolls.  $45.10;    small 

Items.    $10.15 213   35 

Imperial  Oil  Ltd.,  Walnwright:  axle  grease,  $16.77;  coal  oil,  250  gal.,  $94.54; 
gasoline.    464    gal.,    $248.61  ;    oil,    $16.10.    total,    $376.02,    less    $1.35    refund    of 

sales  tax 374  67 

Llmpert,  O..  Walnwright:  painting  exterior  of  buildings.  327.75  h.,  $262.20;  small 

items,    $3.25 , 265  45 

McKay,  R.  A..  Walnwright:  making  storm  doors,  hanging  same,  etc.,  $24;  making 

screen    windows.    19    h.,    $15.20 39  20 

McLeod.    J.    C,    Edgerton :    bedstead.    $10.75;    mattresses,    4,    $46.80;    spring,    |13 ; 

window  shades.    9.    $19.55;   small    items.    $6.55 96   65 

Marshall-Wells  Alberta  Co..  Edmonton:   grindstones,   2.   $18.50;   tools  and  fencing 

supplies,    $20.88;    shovels,    18,    $23.63;    packing    charges,    25c 63   26 

Morrison,  W.  T.,  Greenshlelds :  buggy  body,  $50;  repairs  to  buggy.  $14;  horse- 
shoeing,  $12 76   00 

Northern  Seed  Co..  Edmonton,  sweet  clover,  100  lb 39  50 

Revillon's  Wholesale.    Edmonton,   salt,    80   bricks 88   00 

Scoffleld,  A.,  Walnwright:  binder  canvases,  2.  $36.50;  harness  supplies  and  repairs, 
$98.10;  lines,  2  sets,  $18.50;  sweat  pads,  14,  $16.85;  traces,  1  set,  $28;  repairs 

to  farm  Implements,   $131.50;    small   items.   $25.75 355  20 

Terpening,  W.   H.,   Walnwright.   feed   and   stabling 138   70 

Tory,  G.  C. :  horseshoeing,  $41  ;  sundry  blacksmithing,  $6.75 47  75 

Walnwright   Flour   Mill,   bran,    1.25    tons 59  50 

Walnwright   Sheet  Metal   Works:   granary   roof,   $49.50;   manhole   covers,    7,    $14; 

sundry  tinsmithlng.  supplies,  etc..  $94.20 157   70 

Washburn,  W.  E..  Walnwright:  cable.  140  ft..  $28;  casting  for  fire  pump,  $22.88; 
glass  and  glazing,  $13.58  ;  hardware  and  tools.  $210.30  ;  kitchen  utensils,  $25.65  ; 
mattocks,  9,  $14.85  ;  nails,  5  kegs.  $44.80,  3348  lb.,  $37.85  ;  nose  guards  and 
snaps,  26,  $10.56  ;  rope.  $12.05  ;  sundry  painters'   supplies.  $21.90  ;  small  items, 

$25.53 467   95 

Wiley.   S.  E..  Wainwright,  veterinary  fees  and  medicine 94  50 

Payments  under  $25:  auto  hire.  $35;  drugs,  etc.,  $10.60;  hire  of  painter,  18  h., 
$14.40;  horseshoeing,  $34.80;  postage  stamps,  $20;  repairs  to  truck,  $10.50; 
telegrams.    $9.84  ;   small    items.    $77.08 212   22 

Elk  Island  Park — Pare  de   I'lle  aux  Elans 

Coxford.  A.,  park  overseer:    salary,    12   m.    to  Mar.   31,    $1,680;     arrears.    19x9-20, 

$360  :    bonus.    $252 2,292  00 

Hawthorne,  W.  E.,  warden:    salary,  Aorll   1  to  Nov.  30  at  $1,020,  $680;    arrears, 

1919-20.    $45  :     bonus,    $280 1,005  00 

Bennett.  G.  W.,  rider,  790  h.  at  40c..  labourer,  450  h.  at  60c. ;    bonus,  $53.75 639  75 

Caroenters  at  $1  per  h..  $144,  at  75c.,  $15 159  00 

Foremen    at    50c.    per    h 165  00 

Labourers  at  60c.  per  h.,  $75,  at  55c.,  $22.  at  50c.,  $517.50,  at  40c,  $880,  at  35c.. 

$178.50 1.673  00 

Mechanic  at  40c.,  $8  ;    painting  and  marking  on  fireguard  at  50c.,  $90 98  00 

Paperhangers  at  75c.,  $68.25.  at  60c.,  $6 ?■»  25 

Carried   forward 91.106   60 


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AUDITOR  GEyERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 


Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationaux  canadiens — Suite  |         eta. 

Brought    forward 91,106   60 

Elk  Island  Park — Concluded — Pare   de   Vile   anx  Elans — Fin 

Plasterers    at    75c n  25 

Teamsters  at  50c.,  $15,  at  40c..  $306,  at   35c.,   $91 ......'.....!..'!.'.'  412  00 

Teamsters  with  team  at  70c.  p.  h..  $749,  at  60c.,  $384;  team  hire  at  30c.,  $52.50..  1,185  50 
Coxford,  A.,  park  overseer:    board  and  lodging,   $71;    fares,   $8.35;    horsefeed,   $6; 

small  items,  $5.32 90   67 

Alberta  Lumber  Co.:    shingles,  2  M.,  $16;    lumber,  $87.30;    coal,  5.09  tons,   $43 146  30 

Alberta   Pacific  Grain   Co.,    Lamont,    coal,    5.095    tons 43   05 

Birch,  T.  W.,  Lamont,  horseshoeing  and  blacksmithing 53   35 

Buchanan,   A.,   Lamont,   feed   and   stabling 65   15 

Can.    National   Express    Co.,    express 60  65 

Can.  National  Rys.,  freight 293   62 

Dallas,    Thos.,    Lamont:     hardware,    etc.,    $40.10;     paint,    painters'    supplies,    etc., 

$37.55  ;    small    items,    $11 88   65 

Imperial  Oil.  Ltd.,   Fort   Saskatchewan:    coal  oil,   20  gal.,   $7.28;    gasoline,    52   gal., 

$28.02;    oil,   31   gal.,   $19.10;    gasoline  barrel,   $15 69   40 

Kroening  &  Co.,  Lamont:    machinei-y  repairs,  $61.20;    sleighs,   1   set,  $71 132   20 

U«oghrin,  J.,  Lamont:    flooring,  1,040  ft.,  $249.60;    building  material,  $78.25 327   85 

Russian  Mercantile  Co.,  Lamont:    building  material,  $15.70;    salt,  1  ton,  $47.50....  63   20 

Stafford,  J.,  Lamont:    parts  and  repairs  for  harness,   $30.25;    plough,   $44.25 74   50 

Washburn,  W.   E.,  Wainwright,   jute  sacks    250 59   50 

Payments  under  $25  ;    horseshoeing  and  blacksnTithing,   $29.05  ;    telephone   rent,    11 

m.,  $22  ;    veterinary   fees.    S12  ;    wall   oaper,   23   rolls,   $14.65  ;    border  paper,    67 

yd.,  $10.05  ;    small  items,  $20.50 108   25 

Fort  Anne  Park,  Annapolis  Royal,  N.S. — Pare  Fort  Anyie,  Annapolis  Royal  N.-E. 

Buckler,  J.,  caretaker:    salary,  April  1  to  June  4,  half  pay  June  5  to  July  4,  and  full 
pay,    Aug.    17    to    Mar.    31    at    $900,    $758.62;     overpayment,    $37.13;     arrears, 

$240  ;     bonus,    $354.04 1,389   79 

Fortier,    L.    M.,    superintendent,    travelling    expenses 34   65 

Edwards  Coal  Co.,  Annapolis  Royal,  coal,  3 .  17  ton  at  $15 47   55 

Fortier,  Miss  C.  L.,   typewriting,  etc.,   45   h.   at  50c.,   1   wk.,   $10 32   50 

Goodspeed  &  Co.,   Boston,  U.S.,  books,   3  vol 38   32 

Harris,  R.  T.,  Annapolis  Royal,  pump,  etc.,  and  installation 45   90 

Lewis,  James,  Annapolis  Royal,  cartage 32   80 

Martime    Telegraph    and    Telephone    Co.,    Ltd.,    Halifax:     telephone    rent,    $34.18; 

moving    telephone,    $5 ;    tolls,    $8.35 47  53 

Robinson,  Miss  G.  B..  Annapolis  Royal,  typewriting,  79  h.  at  50c 39  50 

West,  H.  A.,  Annapolis  Royal:    hardware  and   tools,   $52.26;    paint   and  painter's 

supplies,    $27.24 79   50 

Small  payments — 

Books,   $49.53  ;    cartage,    $19.10  ;     curios,    $59.25 127   88 

Express  and  freight,   $13.41;    glazing,   24  It.,  $13.48;    janitor  service."?,   $40.75..  67  64 

Labour,   sundry,   $89.27;    photographs,   etc.,    $25.82;    postage,    $29.79 144   88 

Repatt-s,   $35.61  :    signs,   $16.64  ;     smithwork,    $17.50 69   75 

Typewriting,    §21.20;     sundry   items,    $28.26 49   46 

Glacier  Park — Pare  Glacier 

Russell,  E.  N.,  superintendent   (salary  shown  under  Yoho  Park) 

Cummings,  T.  G.,  warden:    salary,  June  20  to  Mar.   31,  less  5  d.,  at  $960,   $736.41: 

bonus,   $170.30 906   71 

Steventon,    G.,   caretaker:    salary,    June    14    to   Oct.    31    at    $1,200,    $456.66;     bonus, 

?61.65 518   31 

Walker,   T.,    warden :     salary,   June   29   to   Nov.   3    at   $960,    $333.33  ;     overpayment, 

$1.74;     bonus,    $77.08 412   15 

Williamson,  W.,  warden:    salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,080;    bonus,   $192 1272   00 

Cooks  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $350.99;    firefighters  at  $4.50  per  d.,   $1,094.03 1^445   02 

Foremen  at  $5.50  per  d '622   88 

Labourers   at    $4.50   per   d.,    $1,993.49,   at   $4.25,    $17 '. .............  2,010   49 

Teamsters  with  team  at  $9.50.  $76  ;    team  hire  at  $5  per  d.,   $300 376   00 

Giddie,    J.    M.,    supervising    warden:     board    and    lodging,    $52.50;     fares,    $3.05; 

telegrams,     65c 56   20 

Hack,  C,  storekeeper  :    fares,  $7  ;    meals,  $5.50 12   50 

MeClintock,  C.  H.,  foreman,  fares .  10    10 

Russell,  E.  N.,  superintendent:    board  and  lodging,  $102.75;    fares,   $9.15;    freight 

and    express,   $9.29;     transfers,    $10;     telegrams,    50c 131   69 

Carried   forward 104,413   39 


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Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationauz  canadiens — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought  forward 104,413   39 

Glacier  Park — Concluded — Pare  Glacier — Fin 

Williamson,  W.,  warden:    board  and   lodging:,   $42;    fares,   $27.55;    expres.s,   $11.25.  80   80 

Brewster    Transport    Co.,    Banff,    horse    hire 32  50 

Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Co. :    express.   $29.98  ;    freight,  $188.15 218   13 

Harrison,  Geo.,  Field:    construction  of  trail  as  per  contract,  $800;    shipping  horses, 

4,    $43 843   00 

Morris,  A.  E. :    groceries  and  provisions,  $388.05  ;    hardware,   $2.70 ,  390   75 

Sturdy  Hardware  Co.,  Revelstoke :    paint,  2.5  gal.,   $16.25;    varnish,  3  gal.,  $13.50; 

snowshoes,   1  pr.,   $6.50  ;    small  items,   $12.70 48   95 

Payments  under  $25:    blacksmithing,    $10.75;    paint,    2   gal.,    $13;    postage   stamps. 

$10  ;     small    items,    $4.23 37  98 

Jasper    Park — Pare    Jasper 

Rogers,   S.  M.,  superintendent:  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $2,700;  arrears,   1919-20, 

$180  ;  bonus,  $240 3,120   00 

Bailey,  L.  W.,  warden:  salary,  Aug.  24  to  Feb.  28  at  $960,  $500.65;  bonus,  $133.68  634   33 

Bigley,   E.  J.,  warden:  salary,   12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,320;   arrears,   1919-20,   $120; 

bonus,    $372 1,812   00 

Brasnett,   E.    H.,   warden:   salary,    6   d.,    April,   at   $4,   May    31    to   Dec.    31    at    $960, 

Jans   1   to  Mar.   31  at   $1,200,   $886.58;   bonus,   $177.16 1,063   74 

Bridge,  E.,  temporary  warden,  1   d.  July  at  $80   per  m 2   58 

Busby,    G.,    warden:  salary,    12   Tn.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,320;    arrears,    1919-20,    $120; 

bonus,    $132 1,572   00 

Butler,  E.,  warden:  salary,  Dec.  10  to  Feb.  28  at  $960,  $216.77;  bonus,  168.63 285  40 

Charleton,   H.    G.,    sr.   account    clerk,    salary,    Sept.    9    to    30   at    $1,500,    Oct.    1    to 

Mar.    31    at    $1,320,    $751.67;    honus,    $74.07 825   74 

Christie,   J.   M.,   fire  and   game   warden:   salary,   April    1   to   July    22   at   $1,080,    140 

d.  at  $4.50;  overtime,  40  h.  at  50c..  $983.87;  bonus.  $59.35 1,043  22 

Davis,    H    S.,    warden:   salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,320,    less    $30,    overpayment 

1919-20;    arrears,    1919-20,    $119.52;    bonus,    $147 1,556   52 

Eley,  W.,  janitor:   salary,  April  1  to  June  29  at  $960,   $237.33;  bonus,  $54.88 292   21 

Fleming,  G.  R.,  clerk-stenographer:  salary,  Nov.   17  to  Feb.   28  at   $960,   $277.33; 

bonus,     $156.33 433   66 

Fulton.,  L.,    stable   boss:  salary,   12    m.   to  Mar.    31,    $1,140;    bonus,    $420 1,560  00 

Greentree,  C.  W.,  temporary  warden:  salary,  Nov.   9  to  Feb.   28  at  $960,   $298.67; 

bonus.   $138.58 437   25 

James,   J.,    supervising   warden:  salary,   April    1    to    June    30    at    $1,560,    July    1    to 

Mar.  31  at  $1,620,  $1,605  ;  bonus,  $330 1,935   00 

Key,  M.  J.,   stores  clerk:  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,200;   bonus,   $402 1,602   00 

Knight,   C,  warden:  salary,  April   1  to  Feb.   28   at  $1,080,  $990;  bonus,   $420 1,410   00 

Lament,  J.,  caretaker,  243  h.  at  50c 121   50 

Langford,    R.    W.,    warden:  salary,    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,    $1,320;    arrears,    1919-20, 

M50;   bonus,   $372 1,842  00 

Leacock,  H.  W.,  sr.   stores   cl€^rk:  Jan.   1  to  Feb.   28   at  |1,320 220  00 

Leggatt,  P.  S.,  chief  account  clerk:  salary  April  1  to  Sept.   16  at  $1,500,  $691.66; 

bonus,    $51 742   66 

Locke,  A.  v.,  clerk -stenographer :  salary,  April  1  to  Aug.  31  and  6  d.  pay  ia  lieu 

of   holidays   at    $1,080,    $468;    bonus,    $182 650   00 

McDonald,  E.,  warden:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  less  1  d.  Feb.,  at  $1,200,  $1,196.43  ; 

arrears,    1919-20,    $30;    bonus,    $162 .'  1,388    43 

Mills.  A.  W.,   warden,  April   1   to  July   10  at   $1,260,  lineman-foreman,  July  11   to 

Feb.    28    at    $1,260,    $1,155;    bonus,    $393.87 1,548   87 

Morrison.   W..    warden,   July   15    to   Jan.    31   at   $960,   Feb.    1    to   Mar.    31   at   $1,200 

$723.87  ;    bonus,    $295.19 .'  i,oi9  06 

Morton,  H.  D.,  temporary  warden,  7  d.   in  July  at  $80,  $18.06;  overpayment,  58c. !  .  '   18   64 

Mott,  W.   J.,  clerk-stenographer,  Aug.   24  to  Feb.    28,  less  6i   d.   Nov.  at   $1,260 634   35 

Munro.  D.,  temporary  warden.  10  d.  in  June  and  1  d.  in  Aug.  at  $960 29   25 

Parker,  R,  timekeeper,  Nov.  1  to  Feb.  28,  less  2  d.  at  $1,260 413   23 

Patch.   R.   D..  caretaker.   1.239  h.  at   50c ...[..  619  50 

Paterson,    J.    C,    Instrument    man:  salary,   April    1    to    Nov.    30   at    $1,320,    $880; 

salary.  Mar.  1920,  $108.33.  total.  $988.33.  less  $57.75,  overpayment  re  adjust- 
ment of  salary  from  Sept.  3,  1919.  to  Feb.  28,  1920;  arrears,  1919-20,  $161.34; 

bonus,    $248 '  j  339  92 

Rogers,  B..  temporary  clerk,  Aug.    16  to  Nov.    30  at  $1,260.!!...!!.!.!!!!!.!!!..  369   19 

Simpson,   P.  E.,  park  warden:  salary,  12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,320,  arrears,   1919-20, 

$120  ;  bonus,  $372 j  gl2   OO 

Slvik.  F.,  warden:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  $1,320;  arrears,  1919-20,  $357  bonus, 

'132 1  487   0„ 


Carried  forward 139,906  75 


K 126  AUDITOR  OE^^ERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Canadian  Xational  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanx  canadiens — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought    forward 139,906  75 

Jasper  Park — Continued — Pare  Jasper — Suite 

Sullivan,   E.   A.,   instrument  man:  salary,   Jan.    3  to  Mar.    31   at    $1,260,    $308.23; 

bonus,    $99 407  23 

Tarratt,  O.  W.,   labourer,   662  h.  at  50c. ;   bonus,  refunded  to   Casual  Reven.ue  in 

1921-22,  $48 379  00 

Van   der  Gucht,   Mrs.   M.   A.,    clerk-stenogrrapher :  salary,   April    1    to    Sept.    30   at 

$1,020,   ?510;  arrears,    1919-20,   $60;   bonus,    $111 681   00 

Van    der    Gucht,    N.    B.,    timekeeper:  salary,    April    1    to    Nov.    30,    less    13|    d., 

at   $1,020,   $642.62;   arrears,    1919-20,   $60;  bonus,   $139.87 842   49 

Whitlock,   C,   temporary   warden,    6    d.    in  April   at   $1,080 18  00 

Withers,    A.,    temporary    warden:  salary,    Oct.    23    to    Feb.    28    at    $960,    $343.23; 

bonus,    $97.87 441   10 

Blacksmiths  at  72c.  per  h.,  $323.28,  at  68c.,   $420.58  ;  blacksmith's  helper  at  50c., 

$223.50 967   36 

Carpenters  at  75c.  per  h.,  $22.10  ;  cook  at  $75  per  m.,   $150 172   10 

Foremen  at  $7.50   per  d.,    $390,   at   60c.   per  h.,    $211.80 601   80 

Labourers   at    60c.    per   h.,    $79.20,    at    55c.,    $321.08,    at    oOc,    $6,323.70,    at    $4.50 

per    d.,    $117,    total,    $6,840.98,    less    $199.36,    board    and    stores    for    various 

employees 6,641  62 

Painters  at  75c.  per  h.,  $267.75  :  rodmen  at  $90  per  m.,   $26.61 294  36 

Teamsters  at  $1.10  per  h.,   $804.10,   at   60c.,   $51,  at  55c.,   $80.30,  at   $115   per  m., 

$1,123.41 2,058   81 

Brasnet,  B.  H.,   warden,   compensation  for  provisions  destroyed  by  bears 10  95 

Greentree,  C.  W.,  temporary  warden:  board  and  fares,   $2.90;  overtime,  repairing 

saddlery,  $12.25 15  IR 

James,  J.,  supervising  warden:  board  and  lodging,  $22.45;  fares,   $7.50;   sundries, 

$7.55 37  50 

McDonald,  E.,  warden :  board  and  lodging,   $29.70  ;  fares,   $11.90 ;  horse  hire,   $8  ; 

small  items,   $2.70 52  30 

Mills,  A.  W.,  warden:  board  and  provisions,  $11.60;  fare,  $1.20;  payment  for  pair 

of    boots    destroyed    while    flrefighting,    $8 .' 20   80 

Paterson,  J.  C,  instrument  man :   board  and  lodging,  $10.40  ;  fare,  $2.20  ;  provisions, 

$14  ;  films  and  prints,    $6.55 33  15 

Rogers,  S.   M.,   superintendent:  board   and  lodging,    $122.75;   cab  hire,    $16;   fares 

and   Pullmans,    $36.20;    small   items,    $8.38 183   33 

Simpson,  P.   E.,  warden:  board  and  lodging,   $2.10;  meals   supplied  at  Brul6  fire, 

$52.50  ;  postage   stamps,   $1 55   60 

Sivik,  F.,  warden,  provisions  lost  In  accident  on  Athabaska  river,  payment  author- 
ized   by    Order    in    Council 19  10 

Stewart,  E.  J.,  accountant:  board  and  lodging,  $78.51;  fares  and  pullmans,  $47.45; 

provisions,  $7.55  ;  pair  of  boots  destroyed  while  fire-fighting,   $8  ;   small  items, 

$2.05 143  56 

Expenses  of  various  employees:  board,   $14;   fares,   $28.40;  sundries,   $10.50 52  90 

Adams  Bros.,  Edmonton  :  latigo  straps,  2  doz.,   $31.50  ;  brass  bound  stirrups,   6  pr., 

$12.63  ;     small     items,     $12.11 56   24 

Armbruster    Bros.,    Stony   Plain,    lumber,    10,935    ft 656   00 

Brandon  Fire  Engine  Co. :  repairs  to  fire  engine,  $43.39  ;  hose,   100   ft.,  $57  ;  stop 

valve  assembly,    4   sets,    $48 148  39 

Canadian   Foamite   Firefoam    Co.,   Hamilton:    fire    extinguishers,    6    at    $35;    extra 

re-charges    for    same,    10,    $22.50 282  50 

Canadian  Lighting  and  Heating  Co.,   Edrrwnton:   mantles,    $16.83;   various   heating 

and   lighting   supplies   and   labour,    $123.25;    expenses   of   repair   man;    fares, 

$24;    travel,    $33.25 197   38 

Canadian   Railway   News   Co.,   Jasper,    meals   for   Dominion   Parks   employees....  55  80 

Coal  Sellers,  Ltd.,  Winnipeg:  coal,  107.9  tons,  $658.11;  freight,   $208.88 866  99 

Crovdon    Lumber    Co.,    lumber.     1,270     ft 48   26 

Davis,   A.   W.,   Pibroch,   hay,    40    tons 1,109  30 

Eaton,    (T.)    Co.,  Winnipeg:  cow  bell   straps,   24,   $24;   small   items,   $15.22 39   22 

Edmonton  Paint  &  Glass  Co. :  anti-freeze  mixture,  10  gal.,  $25  ;  various  paints  and 

varnishes,     $125.61 ;     freight,     $2.24 152  85 

Gillespie   Elevator   Co.,    Edmonton,   oats,    10.2    tons,    $858,    less    $15,    allowance    for 

used    sacks    returned 843   00 

Great  West  Saddlery   Co.,   Edmonton:   bridle  reins,   6  pr.,    $10.80;   pack  saddles,    6, 

$60.60;    sweat  pads,  18,  $16.88;    screw  tubes,  1  doz.,  $4.50;    team  lines,  2  pr., 

$16.70;    rope,    $34.77;    soft    soap,    1    case,    $14.45;    small    items,    $10.29 168   99 

Grand   Trunk    Railway    Co.,    telegrams,    $178.12;    freight    and    express,    $2,447.33..  2,625   45 

Hlngston    Smith    Arms   Co.,    Edmonton,    snowshoes,    4    pr 40  00 

Carried  forward 161,276  28 


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SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationaux  canadiens — Suite         |         cts. 

Brought  forward 161,276   28 

Jasper  Park — Concluded — Pare  Jasper — Fin 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.,  Edmonton:  gasoline,  940.5  gal..  $566.63;  oil,  28  gal.,  $37.90; 
steel  barrels,  7,  $142.05,  total,  $746.58,  less  $75,  allowance  for  5  gasoline 
bairels    returned,    and    60c.    refund    of    war    tax 670   98 

Jasper   Meat  Market,   provisions  and   groceries,   etc 948   89 

Jasper   Park   Camps :    board,    etc.,    $453.25  ;    bus    fares,    $11.50 464   76 

Jeffrey,   VV.    E.,   Jasper:    groceries   and   provisions,    $99.89;    small    items,    $19.10....  118  99 

Kert,    C,    Ottawa,    hay,    54.051    tons 1,756   65 

Lines  Motor  Co.,  Edmonton:  casings,  2,  $60.90;  spark  plugs,  12,  $11.40;  oil,  4  pal., 
$8 ;  various  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $37.90,  total,  $118.20,  less  $2.50 
allowance    for    goods    returned 115  70 

Marshall-Wells  Alberta  Co.,  Edmonton:  boiled  linseed  oil,  36J  gal.,  $83.85;  Quebec 
heaters,  4,  $70;  traps,  6%  doz.,  $154.52;  tools  and  building  material,  etc., 
$346.69;     wheel-barrows,     6,     $31.38 

Metals  Ltd.,  Edmonton :  galvanized  pipe,  506  ft.,  10  in.,  $67.06 ;  stove,  $25.43 ; 
toilet    bowls,    2,    $28.30;    small    items,    $41.59 

Mudge  &  Co.,  Chicago :  parts  and  repairs  for  gasoline  engine,  $44.30  ;  exchange  and 
commission    on    money    order,    $6.17 

Murray,  J.  J.  &  Co.,  Edmonton:  baled  oat  straw,  2.23  tons,  $23.25;  feed  oats, 
100    bu.,    $102 

Northern  Electric  Co.,  Calgary:  galvanized  coach  screws,  1,830,  $105.23;  gal- 
vanized iron  telephone  wire,  21,500  lb.,  $2,291.51;  lineman's  sets,  6,  $25.45; 
various    electrical    supplies,     $22.39 

Northern   Seed    Co.,    Edmonton,    feed    oats,    1 . 7    tons 

Otto  Bros.,  Jasper :   auto  hire,   $124  ;  oats,    .  9  tons,  $39.71 

Postmaster,  Jasper:  postage  stamps,  $75;  rent  of  p.o.  box,  $9;  photogrraphlc  work 
and     supplies,     $8 ;     small     items,     $3.15 

Powell  Implement  Co.,  Edmonton,  wagon  box  and  seat 

Revillon  Bros.,  Edmonton :  galvanized  iron  pipe,  500  ft.,  $70.29  ;  hog  fence,  140 
rods,  $72.10  ;  horseshoes,  calked,  30  sets,  $53.50  ;  glass,  175  lights,  $61.75  ; 
pick  handles,  36  doz.,  $28.96;  roofing,  40  sq.,  $139.81;  various  tools  and  con- 
struction   material,    $194.49 

Woods    Manufacturing    Co.,    Ottawa,    tents,    IG 

WooUey,    P.,   Jasper:    board,    $12;    groceries   and   provisions,    $536.10 

Payments  under  $25:  express,  $12.54;  hardware  and  tools,  $11;  horseshoeing, 
$47.75  ;  livery,  $22  :  laundering  office  towels,  $12  ;  priming  cups,  15,  $13.80 ; 
sail  twine,  12  lb.,  $1320;  saws,  3,  $15;  various  drugs,  $21.84;  small  items, 
$68.28 237   41 

Point   Pclee  Park,  Ontario — Pare  de  Pointe  PeUe,  Ont. 

Conover,  F.  H.,  honorary  superintendent  without  pay 

Finlay.son,  G.,  warden:    salary  $1,200;    arrears,  $120;    bonus,  $396;    motor  mileage, 

818  miles,  $122.70 1,888  70 

Campbell,   R.,   Keene,   wild   rice,    6   bu.   at    $10 60  0# 

Des    Lauriers,    E.,    Leamington,   hauling   clay   and    gravel,    61    h 61   00 

Girardin,    B.,    Leamington,    hauling    gravel,    25    h 25   00 

Mallott,  W.  R.,  Leamington,  hauling  cement,  clay  and  gravel,  and  grading  roads.  .  35  00 
Payments   under    $25:   cartage,    $13;    cartridges,   725,   $46.40,   less    $4.50    for   shells 

returned;   hardware,   etc.,    $8.12;   postage   stamps,    $12;   small   items,   $5 80  02 

Revelstoke  Park,  B.C. — Pare  Revelstoke,  C.-B. 

Maunder,   F.   E.,  supervisor:    salary,    12   m.   to  Mar.   31,    %2,\W ;   arrears.    1919-20, 

$240 ;    bonus,    $240 

Low,   D.,  warden,   5  d.  in   Sept.   at  $4.50 

Moore.  "W.  M..  warden:    salary.  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,320;    arrears,  1919-20,  $80; 

bonus,    $305.55 

Shlejds,  J.,  warden,   15  d.,  July  at  $4.50 

Axemen  at  $5  per  d.,  $550,  at  $4.75,  $256.50 

Foremen    at    $5.25 

Labourers  at  $5  per  d.,  $15,  at  $4.50,    $1,541.25,  at  $4.25,  $163.62,  at  50c.  per  h.,  $4 

Rockmen  at  $5  per  d.,  $97.50  ;  sectionmen  at  $4.50,  $429.75 

Stenographers  at  40c.  per  h.,  $4;  teamster  and  team  at  $10  per  d.,  $28.50 

Burke.  F. :  fare,  $3.70;   board  and  lodging,   $3.20 

Maunder,   F.   E.,    supervisor:   board   and    lodging,    $15.95;    fares,    $14;    small    items, 

$4.37 34   32 

Moore,  W.,  warden:  board  and  lodging,  $3  0.50;  fares,  $14.05;  motor  hire,   $11.50; 

small    items,     $10.30 46  85 

Carried  forward 180,810  10 


686 

44 

162 

38 

50 

47 

125 

25 

2,444 

85 

163 

68 
00 
71 

95 
62 

16 
00 

620 
355 

548 

90 
52 
10 

2,580 

00 

22 

60 

1.705 

55 

67 

50 

806 

50 

167 

99 

1,723 

87 

627 

25 

32 

50 

6 

90 

K 128  AUDITOR  GEXERAVS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 

Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanx  canadiens — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought  forward 180,810   16 

Revelstoke  Park,  B.C. — Concluded — Parr  Revelstoke,  C.-B. — Fin 

Bell,  A.   M.,  Revelstoke,  rent   of  office,  April   1    to  Oct.    15 65   06 

Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  Revelstoke,   rent  of  superintendent's  house,   Oct.  15 

to  Mar.   15 

Can.   General  Electric  Co.,   telephone   wire,    1,644   lb 

Can.  Kodak  Co.,  Toronto:   kodak,   3A,    $22.93;   small   items,   ?5.79 

Can.  Pac.  Ry.   Co.,  freight 

City  of  Revelstoke,  light  and  water  for  superintendent's  house  and  office 

City  Transfer,   Revelstoke:   coal,   1.625   tons,   $19.80;    freight  and   cartage,    $64.45; 

wood,   3  cords,   $32 

Curtis,  J.  H.,  Revelstoke:  coal,  6  tons,  $66.45  ;  wood,  2  cords,   $19 

Dom.    Express    Co.,    express 

Foote,  W.  A.,  Revelstoke,  rent  of  superintendent's  house,  Jan.  1  to  Oct.  15,  1921.  .  . 
Gray  Dort  Garage,  Revelstoke  :   gasoline  and  oil,   $13.60  ;   repairs,   $28.80  ;    storage, 

$7.50;   motor   hire,    $87 

Gregory,  F.,  Vernon,  horse 

Imperial   Bank   of   Canada,    Revelstoke,   rent  of  storeroom,    9    m 

Levesque,   P.,  Revelstoke,   hay,    1.46   tons 

McCarty,    J.,    Revelstoke,    motor    hire 

Matheson,  G..  Revelstoke:    pasturing  horse,  $21 ;    hay,  1.145  tons,  $40.10 

Molsons  Bank,  Revelstoke,    rent   of  stables,  July   1   to  Oct.    31 

Palace  Livery,  Revelstoke  :  motor  hire,   $37  ;  feed  and  stabling,  $6 

Peterson,   P.    R.,   hay,    1    ton 

Postmaster,  Revelstoke:  postage  stamps,  $10 ;  rental  of  p.o.  box,  $13.35 

Revelstoke,   Trout  Lake   and   Big   Bend   Telephone   Co. :    telephone   rental,    $75.75  ; 

Installation,   $3.50 

Sibbald  &  Son,  Revelstoke,  coal,  12  tons 

Siddon,   F.   A.,  "Vernon,   horse 

Smith,  W.  E.,  Revelstoke:  hay,  1  ton,  $58;  motor  hire,  $14;  oats,  *  ton,  $44;  small 

items,     $8.22 

Sturdy  Hardware  Co.,  Revelstoke:  construction  material  and  tools,  $77.71;  cooking 

utensils,   etc.,    $32.44;    snowshoes,    2    pr.,    $13 

Thorlakson,    T.,    Vernon,    horses,    2 

Small  payments:  auto  storage,   $16;  cartage,   $21.05;   hardware  and   tools,    $10.35; 

hay,  $11.54;  horseshoeing,   $15.75;   rent  of  pasture,   $15;   small   items,   $53.28..  142   97 

Rock    Mountains   Park.   Banff — Pare    des    Montagnes   Rocheuses,   Banff 

Stronach,    R.    S.,   superintendent    f salary   paid    from    Civil    Government) 

Bingay,  K.  H.,  clerk:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,080;  bonus,   $420 

Black,   R.,  highway  engineer,   June   1-30  at   $110,    120   h.,    $53.23 

Brett,   Dr.   R.  H.,  physician,   part   time,    12   m.    to   Mar.    31 

Brown.  J.  R.,  caretaker-chauffeur,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,200  ;  bonus,  $396 

Cain,  L.  H.,  park  warden,  salary  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,440;  arrears,   1919-20,  $120; 

bonus,    $348 

Callander,  I.,  relieving  telephone  operator,  3  d.  in  June  at  $60  per  m 

Child,  C,  asst.  engineer:  salary,  April  1  to  Nov.  30  at  $1,800,  Dec.  1  to  Mar.  31  at 

$2,100,  $1,9»0  ;  arrears,  1919-20,  $405.33  ;  bonus,  $264 

Child,   J.   T.,   asst.    engineer:   salary,   Sept.    1    to   Oct.    31    at    $2,460,    $410;    arrears, 

1919-20,    $220;    bonus,    $40 

CoUison,  B.  'W.,  commissioner  of  police:  salary  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,280;  arrears, 

1919-20,    $160;    bonus,    $240 

Curran,  J.,  warden:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320;  arrears,  1919-20,  $120;  bonus, 

$372 

Coulthurst,  R.,  stores  clerk:   salary,  June  2   to   Mar.   31   at  $960,    $797.33;   bonus, 

$348.83 

Davis,  H.  E.,  bath  caretaker:  salary,  Aug.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $780,  $520;  bonus,  $280. 
Davidson,    T.    A.,    clerk-bookkeeper,    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,320  ;     arrears, 

1919-20,  $60 ;   bonus,   $372    

Dignall,  J.,  clerk:  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,260;   arrears,   1919-20,   $60;   bonus 

$396    

Dilworth,  J.,  temporary  warden:  salary.  May  1   to  Mar.  31  at  $1,080,  $990;  bonus, 

$176    

Evans,  H.   asst.  warden  :  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $960  ;  bonus,  $150 

Fox,  B.  S.,  stores  clerk:  salary,  April  1  to  July  31  at  $1,200,  $400;  arrears.  1919-20 

$60 ;  bonus,  $140   

Freeman,   A.   J.,   office   assistant  at   50c.   per   h 

Fyffe,  W.  G.,  timber  inspector:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,560;  arrears,   1919-20 

$300  ;  bonus,  $324   

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Rocky  Mountains  Park,  Banff — Continued — Pare  des  Montagnca  Rocheuses, 

Banff — Suite 

Garrett,   Mrs.   E.   F.,   bath  caretaker,   part   time,    12    m.   to    Mar.    .31    300   00 

Garrett,   W.,  caretalver :  salary,   12   m.   to   Mar.    31,   |1,200  ;   arrears,    1919-20,   |120; 

bonus.    $372     1,692   00 

Glennon.  J.,  public  building  engineman  :  salary,   12  m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,320;   arrears, 

1919-20,   $00  ;    bonus,    $372    1,752   00 

Goodman,  W.  H.,  stenographer:  salary,  12  in.  to  Mar.   31,  $960;  bonus,  $420 1,380  00 

Griffiths.  W.,  temporary  warden:   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   $1,080;   bonus,   $192 1,272   00 

Griffiths,  \V.  H.,  land  sub-agent:  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $300;  arrears,   1919-20, 

$120    420   00 

Harris,   C,   timekeeper:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,080;    arrears,    1919-20,    $60; 

bonus.  $420   1.560   00 

Higgett,  Mrs.  O.,  relieving  telephone  operator,  84  h.  at  40c 33   60 

Hill,  H.  E..  sr.  stores  clerk:  salary,  April  1  to  Aug.  22  at  $1,380,  $541.62;  arrears, 

1919-20,   $105.81  ;  bonus,   $146    793   43 

Hill,  Li.  a.,  caretaker:   salary,   April   1   to  Sept.   30  at  $1,000.  Oct.    1   to   Mar.   31   at 

$1,020,    $1,009.98  ;    bonus.    $207    1,216   98 

Hoggard,  E.,  caretaker:  salary,  April  I  fo  Dec.   1   at  $1,200,  $803.23;   bonus,  $265.07  1.068   30 

Holmes,  Mrs.  N.,  telephone  operator  at  35c.  per  h 476   00 

Horsfall,  J.,  sr.  account  clerk:   salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31,   $1,440;   arrears,    1919-20, 

$80  :  bonus,  $348    1,868   00 

Howard.    Mrs.    \V.   J.,    teleiihone  operator  at   35c.   per  h 133   70 

Lake.   R.,  clerk,   204    h.    in  Dec.  and  Jan 114   55 

Latam,   J.   W.,   warden:   salary,   April    1    to   Aug.    31    at   $1,080.   Sept.    1   to   Mar.    31 

at  $1,200,   $1,150  ;   bonus,   $406    1,556   00 

Leacock,  H.,  sr.  stores  clerk:  salary,   18  d.,  Dec.  and  Mar.  1-31  at  $1,320,  $173.87; 

stores  asst.,    1,989   h.,    $1,111.45;    bonus,    $109    1,394   32 

Lund,  Miss  F.,  relieving  telephone  operator  at  40c.  per  h.,  $211.20,  at  35c.,  $353.50  564   70 

McAuley,    C.    H.,    general    constable    foreman:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,280; 

arrears,   1919-20,   $1G0  ;   bonus,   $240    2,680  00 

McCowan,  J.,  office  assistant  at  50c.   per  h 83   50 

McDonald,   E.,   temporary   warden:   salary.    May    1    to   Mar.    31,   less   3d.    at    $1,080, 

$981.30  ;   bonus,   $176    1,157   30 

Mellish,  J.  F.,  resident  engineer,  April  1  to  June  30  at  $1,800    450  00 

Mitchell,  J.  H.,  resident  engineer.  May  28  to  June  30  at  $1,680    158   06 

Mumford,    L.    S.,    warden:    i^alary,    April    1    to    Dec.    6    at    $1,320,    $901.29;    arrears, 

1919-20,    $120;    bonus,    $286.39    1,307   68 

Naylor,  J.,  warden.  July  17  to  Dec.  31  at  $106  per  m 581   29 

Ness,  Miss  J.,  telephone  operator,  April  1  to  June  30  at  $600,  July  1   to  Mar.  31  at 

$660,   $645;   Sundays  and  holidays,   233|  h.   at   40c.:   bonus.    $150    888   40 

Noble,  W.,   caretaker:   .salary,  April   1    to  Dec.   31   at   $1,000,   Jan.    1    to  Mar.    31   at 

$1,020,   $1,004.97;   arrears,    1919-20,    $80;    bonus,    $420    1.504   97 

Peyto,   W.   H.,   warden:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,320;    arrears,    $120;    bonus, 

$372    1.812   00 

Phillips,  C.  v.,  warden:   salary,   12   ni.   to  Mar.   31.   $1,320;   arrears,    1919-20,   $120; 

bonus,  $372   1.812   00 

Reeve,  A.  H.,  electrician:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  $1,200;  bonus,  $396 1,596   00 

Sanson,  N.  B.,  curator  of  museum,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31    600   00 

Sherlock,    F.    R.,    engineer:    salary,    July    19    to    Nov.    15    at    $110,    Nov.    16-30    at 

$118.50,   Dec.   1    to  Mar.   31   at  $1,260,   less   $6.75   refund  of  bonus  paid   him   in 

Nov.,   $903.63  ;   bonus,   $59.88    963   51 

Sibbald,    H.    B.,    in. spec  tor :    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $2,040;    arrears.    1919-20. 

$120  ;    bonus,    $240    2,400   00 

Sibbald,   Miss  K.  L.,  telephone  operator:  salary,   12   m.  to  Mar.   31,   $720;   Sundays 

and  holidays.   172  h.  at  40c.  ;  bonus,  $150    938   80 

Staple,  Mrs.  A.,  jr.  clerk,   May   1   to  Oct.   31  at  $900    450  00 

Stewart,  E.,  sr.  account  clerk:   salary,   12   m.   to  Mar.   31,   $1,680;   arrears,    1919-20, 

$80 ;    bonus,    $300    2.060   00 

Thompson,    W.,    caretaker:    salary,    April    12    to    Oct.    16    at    $900,    $461.21;    bonus, 

$215.24    6  76    45 

Vick.   S.   C,   fish   warden:   salary,    12   m.   to   Mar.   31   at  $1,140   less   i   pay,   Jan.    29 

to  Mar.   8,   $1,075.64;   arrears,   1919-20,   $60;   bonus,   $396.28 1,531   92 

Walker,   J.,   caretaker:    salary,    12    m.    to   Mar.    31,   $1,080;    arrears,    1919-20,    $120; 

bonus.    $162     1,362    00 

Walker,  Mrs.   M.,  bath  caretaker,  part  time,   12  m.   to  Mar.   31    300   00 

Warren.  J.   R.,   warden:   salary,   12   m.   to  War.   31,   $1,320;   arrears.    1919-20,    $120; 

bonus,    $372     1.812   00 

Wilkins.   A.    G..    resident   engineer:    salar\-.    Mav    17    to   June    30    at    $140,    $207.74: 

bonus,    $36.69 244   43 

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Rocky  Mountains  Park,  Banff — Continued — Pare  des  Montagues  Rocheuses, 

Banff — Suite 

Williams,  Miss  A.,  relieving  telephone  operator:  6  d.  in  April  at  ?50  per  m.,  $10, 

&50J    h.    at   40c 270  20 

Wilson,    G.,    storekeeper's    clerk,    Mar.    1-31 115  00 

Woods,  v.,  warden:  salary,  April  1  to  Dec.  5  at  $1,200,  $816.13;  arrears,  1919-20, 

$60;  bonus,  $269.32 1.145   45 

Woodworth,  R  H.,  caretaker:  April  1  to  July  31  at  $1,200,  $400;  arrears,  1919-20, 

$120  ;    bonus,    $132 652  00 

Wright.   A.,   warden:   salary,    12   m.   to   Mar,    31,    $1,320;   arrears,    1919-20,    $120; 

bonus,    $372 1.812  00 

Axemen  at  $5  per  d.,   $1,420,  at  $4.50,  $27,  at  $3.50,  $2,171.19,  at  $3,  $27,  at  •eOc. 

per  h.,    $153,  at   55c.,    $30.80,   at   50c.,    $1,071,    at   44c.,    $612,    at   40c.   per   h., 

$224    5,735   99 

Blacksmiths    at    85c.    per    h.,    $1,030.20,    at    80c.,    $584.80,    at    70c.,    $705.25,    at 

60c.,     $133.20     2,453   45 

Bricklayers   at  '$1.25   per   h.,    $566.24,    at    $1.07ic.,    $228.43,   at    97 Jc,    $932.04 1,726  71 

Bridge  foremen  at  $175  per  ra.,   $302.88;   bridgemen  at   55c.   per  h.,   $70.95 373  83 

Cablemen   at    $12    per    d 252  00 

Caretakers,  storehouseraen,  etc.,  at  $130  per  m.,  $390,  at  $1U5,  $230,  at  $80  per  m., 

$811.46.   at   60c.   per  h.,    $1,999.20,   at   55c.,   $2,234.44,   at    50c.   per   h.,    $384 6,049    10 

Carpenters    at    $1    per   h.,    $3,471.50,    at    80c.,    $1,208,    at    75c.,    $1,931.24,    at    60c.. 

$48,    at     55c.,    $36.85,     at     40c.,     $184 6,879   59 

Chalnmen  at  $85  per  m.,  $111.51,  at  $80,  $80,  at  $75  per  m.,  $12.50 204  01 

Cooks   and   cookees   at   $125    per   m.,    $957.84,    at    $115,    $700.09.    at    $110    per    m.. 

$28.38.   at   $100  per  m..  $502.19.   at   $90   per  m.,   $270.   at   $85   per  m..   $393.66, 

at    $75   per  m.,    $82.25.    at   $60   per   m..    $7.74,   at    55c.   per   h.,    $526.62 3,468   77 

Electrician's    helper   at    55c.    per    h..    $70.40.    at    50c.,    $48 118  40 

Firefighters   at  70c.   per  h..    $26.60,   at    60c.,    $2,681.10,    at   55c.,    $36.30 2,744   00 

Fitters    at    80c.    per    h 312  00 

Foremen    at    $150    per   m.,    $150,    at    $100,    $11.87,    at    $1.50    per   h.,    $228,    at    90c., 

$237.60.    at    70c.,    $141.40.    at    65c.,    $301.60.    at    50c.,    $4 1.074   47 

Furnacemen    at    ?1    per    h.,    $59  ;    gas    engineer    at    65c.    per    h.,    $141.37,    at    60c., 

$182.40     382   77 

Greenkeeper  at   60c.   per  h 120  00 

Labourers  at  $3  per  d.,  $33.  at  $2.50.  $17.50.  at  80c.  per  h.,   $99.20,  at  70c..  $38.50. 

at   65c     $52.65,   at    60c.,   $36,738.20,   at   55c.,    $44,930.84,    at   50c..    $12,184.13,   at 

45c.,   $2,365.97,   at   40c.,   $44.80.  at   35c..   $21.    total,    $96,525.79,   less,    $16,393.93. 

board    and    store    account    for    various    employees,    and    $3.30,    balance    of    J. 

Naylor's    wages    paid    In     1921-22 sa.l2S   56 

Laundry    assistants    at    60c.    per    h.,    $328.20,    at    55c.,    $409.20,    at    40c..    $407.40 1,144   80 

Linemen  at  85c.  per  h.,  $282.20,  at  75c.,  $63;  linemen's  helper  at  55c.,  $77,  at  50c.. 

59S  50  ' 520  70 

Logmen    at    SOc.    per    h..    $225.20.    at    70c..    $126 351   20 

Mechanics  at   SOc.  per  h..   $1,034.80,  at  65c.,  $138.45,  at  60c..   $1.20.  at  55c..  $27.50. 

at  50c.,  $3.50 1.205   45 

Nightwatchman  at  50c 83   50 

Packers  at  $4  ver  d..  $28.  at  $3,  $93.  at  $110  per  m.,  $39.03 160   03 

Painters   at    82|c.    per   h.,    $297.80,    at    80c.,    $922,    at    65c.,    $526.81.    at    60c..    $1.20. 

at   55c..    $46.75 1.794   56 

Plpelayers  at  65c  per  h..  $617.82  ;  plumbers  at  ?1.05   per  h.,   $87.67  ;  plasterers  at 

$1.25    per   h.,    $41.25 746   74 

Relieving  timekeeper   at   5nc.   per  h..    $84;   rock   drillers  at   60c.   per   h..    $116.40...  200   40 

Rodmen   at   $90  per  m.,    $210,   at   $85,    $85,   at   60c.   per  h.,    $4.80.    at   45c..    $237.60.  537  40 

Roadmen  at  45c • 853   20 

Seamstresses    at    $60   per   m..    $156.84,   at    60c.   per   h..    $62.40 219   24 

Sectionmen    at    60c.    per    h..    $1,189.80,    at    55c..    $1,711.60 2,901   40 

Stableforemen  at   $125   perm..    $625.   at  $115.    $575,    at    $95.    $230 1,430   00 

Steam  engineers  at  80c.  per  h..  $1,165.20,  at  75c.,  $748.50,  at  70c..   $134.40.  at  65c.. 

$43.55 2,09165 

Subforemen    at    $1.50    per   h..    $12.    at    90c..    $43.20,    at    SOc,    $1.60,    at    70c.,    $3,738, 

at   65c.,    $3,918.83.   at   60c.,    $210.60,   at    55c..    $4.95.   at   50c..    $289.75 S,21S   93 

Teamsters    at    $130    per    m.,    $3,623.64,    at    $125,    $7,423.81.    at    $105,    $5,028.02,    at 

$95,   $861.88,    at   55c.  per   h.,    $29.15,    at    50c.,    $2 16.968   50 

Teamsters  with  team  at  $286  per  m.,   $3,141.60,  at   $12  per  d.,   $165.60,   at   $11  per 

d     $132,  at  $8.75  per  d..   $132.34.   at  $8.50,   $18.06,  at  $1.10  per  h.,   $116.60,  at 

$1  per  h..  $212 3,918   20 

Temoorarv  wardens  at  $106  per  m.,   $170,  at  $90,   $360.  at   60c.  per  h..   $153.60.  at 

55c.,    $35.20.    at    50c..    $279 997   80 

Tinsmiths  at  $1  per  h ^^*  00 

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Rocky  Mountains  Park,  Banff — Continued — Pare  dea  Montagnes  Rocheusea, 

Banff — Suite 

Truckdrivers    at    ?130    per    m.,    $912.50,    at    $125,    f818.39,    at    $115,    $363,    at    $110. 

$423.27,   at   80c.   per  h.,   $147.20 2,664  36 

Watchmen  at  55c.  per  h 276  56 

Black,  R.  L.,  highway  engineer:  fares,  $6.70;  board,  $14.25;  storage,  $1.90;  small 

Items,    $1.25 24   10 

Brothers,    J. :    fares,    $13.30  ;    board,    $12.50 25  80 

Brown,   J.    R.,   caretaker-chauffeur:    fares,    $6.70;    board,    $14.30;    small   items,    60c.  21   60 

Cain,  L.  Howard,  warden:  board,  $87.75;  hay  and  oats,  $52.85;  horseshoes,  $11.65; 

repairing  harness,   $6.35;   tools,   $3.05;  material,   $5.30;   long  distance  telephone 

calls,    $2.80 169  75 

Child,    C.    G.,   asst.   engineer:    fares,    $20.30;   board,    $21.20;    gasoline   and   oil,    $2; 

small    items,    $2.05 

Curr«n,   John,    warden:    fares,    $7.50;    board,    $7.50 

Delbrldge,    Thos. :    fares,    $72.60;    berths,    $16.30;    board,    $187.75 

Dempster,    W. :    fares,    $13.30 ;    board,    $9 

Dllworth,  J.,   warden:  board,   $139.12;   horseshoeing,   $16;   hay,   $5.75;   postage,   $2; 

oil     cloth,     $2.25 

Edwards,   R.   E.,   foreman:   fares.   $13;   board,   $20;   telephone  and  telegraph,    $1.06. 

Fyfe,  W.   G..   timber  inspector:  fares,   $5.60;   board,   $10.25 

Gano,   R.    W.,   fare   re   bringing   horses   from   Wainwright   to  Kootenay   Park 

Latam,   J.   W.,   warden:   board,    $13;    cartage,    $30;    express,    $2.35 

Lownds,   M.   M.  and   Sutherland,  J. :   bringing  two  Reo  motor  trucks  from   Calgary 

to   Banff;    fares,    $6.70;    board,    $10.75;    ga.soline,    $1;    telephone   calls,    $1.05.. 

MacDonald,  E.,  warden:   fares,   $3;   board,   $5.10;   horsefeed,    $14.75 

McAuley,  C.  H.,  general  foreman :  fares,   $21.35  ;  berths  and  chairs,  $4.20 ;  board, 

$4.85 30  40 

Mellish,    J.    F.,    resident    engineer:    fares,    $11.40;    board,    $17.20;    cartage,    $32.60; 

telephone     calls,     $1.20 ;     postage,     $2 84   30 

Mitchell,    J.    H.,    resident   engineer:    fares,    $42.85;    board,    $30.20;    freighting,    $38; 

clock,    $4.25;    express,    $2.70;    labour,    $6;    postage,    $1 125   00 

Naylor,  J.,   warden  :   fares.    $4.25  ;   board,   $15    19   25 

Northrup,    B.    W. :    fares,    $6.70;    board,    $80.75;    baggage,    $3.30 90  76 

Peyto,   W.    H.,   warden:    fares,    $3.35;    board,    $8.30;    car   hire,    $1.50;    horse    feed, 

$13.50 26   65 

Phillips,  C.  v.,  warden:  fares,  $23.85;  board,   $19.55;  berths,  $2.65;  tools  for  care 

of    horses,     $5.95;     baggage,     90c 62  90 

Sanson,  N.  B.,  curator  of  museum:  fares,  $3.15;  board,  $47.25;  launch  hire,  $3.50; 

customs    duty,    75c 54   65 

Sibbald,    H.    E.,    warden:    fares,    $86.45;    board,    $275.35;    berths    and    chair    carB, 

$37.90;   car  hire,  $14.50;  car  repairs,   $32.13;  gasoline,  oil  and  storage,  $13.05; 

consular  invoice,  $2.95  ;  horse  hire,  $.J.50  ;  small  Items,  $3.40 469   23 

Stinson,    J.    N.,    assistant    engineer:    fares,    $17.85;    board,    $39.65;    car    hire,    $35; 

postage,     $7.50 100   00 

Stronach,  R.  S.,  superintendent :  fares,  $6.05  ;  board,  $12.65  ;  rent,  $35  ;  small  Items, 

$1.40 55   10 

Wardle,  J.  M.,  superintendent:  fares,  $70.95;  berths  and  chair  cars,  $15.80;  board, 

$66.10;    car  hire,   $73;   gasoline,   oil   and   storage,    $14.95;   small   items,    $1.65; 

refunded  in  error  to  1919-20  vote,  $5.15 247  60 

Wllklns,    A.    G.,    resident    engineer:    fares,    $9.90;    berths,    $2.25;    board,     <21.26 ; 

express,     $2.05;     postage,     50c 35   95 

Expenses   of   various   employees:    fares,    $487.15;    board,    $49.10;     cartage,     $2.60; 

baggage,    $2.10  ;    repairs,    $5.25 646  10 

Ackland,    D.    &    Son,    Winnipeg,    lumber 132  81 

Alt>erta    Govt.    Telephones:  long    distance    calls,    $194.66;    rental    at    Kananaskis, 

April     1     to     Sept.     30,     1920,     $13.50 208   15 

Alpine  Club  of  Canada:  board  and  lodging,  $138;  hire  of  pack  horses,  $14;  horse 

meat   for   park   animals,    $46  ;    hire   of   man   and    saddle  horse   reporting  flres, 

$11;    provisions,    $19.45;    labourers,    16    d..    $55.50;    small    Items,    $7.25 291   20 

Ashdown,    J.    H.    Co.,    Calgary:    auger    bits,    33,    $22.45;    auto    accessories,    $36.64; 

axes,    3    doz.,    $77.38;    axle    grease,    200    lb.,    $25.87;    camp    stoves,    3,    $57.78; 

closet    seats,    6,    $20.60;    cotton    waste,    105    lb.,     $23.63;     cross-cut     .<iaw.s,     6, 

$25.64  ;     eavestrough,     hangers    and     pipe,     $36.67  ;     garbage    cans,     24,     $143 ; 

hammers,     14,    $20.87;    hardware,     tools,    etc.,     $647.93;     heaters,     22,     $60.70; 

horseshoes,    600    lb.,    $64;    nails,    5    kegs,    $41.60;    night    latches,    etc.,    $26.67; 

packing   for   engines,    25    lb.,    $30.63;    paint    brushes,    2J    doz.,    $29.52;    roofing, 

30   rolls,    $77.50;    saws,    6,    $24.98;   scoops,    1    doz.,    $20.60;   sin.gle   trees,    2    doz., 

$27.80;    speedometers,    3,    $38.07:    stopcocks.    48,    $114.78;    stove.    $73.23;    stove 

pipes,    $26.22 ;   small   Items,    $77.48 ;   total,    $1,872.24,   less   freight  and   express, 

$13.87 1,858  37 


Carried   forward    421,389   26 


K ^32  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanx  canadiens — Suite         |         eta. 

Brought    forward    421,389   26 

Rocky  Mountains  Park,  Banff — Continued — Pare  des  Montagues  Rocheuses, 

Banff — Suite 
Associated  Mills,  Ltd.,  Vancouver:  lumber,   29,535   ft.,   ?1,614.65  ;   sales  tax,   |12.92  ; 

total,     $1,627.57,    less    freight,     $323 1,304   57 

Banff    Meat    Market,    various    meats    and    fish 568   07 

Banff    Motor    Co.:    auto    repairs    and    accessories,    $566.25;    express,    $11.90;    small 

items,     $2.55 580   70 

Banff  Vulcanizing  Co.:  retreading  tires,  2,  $22;  vulcanizing  tires  and  tubes,  $11.30.  33   30 

Barrie,    M.,    Atholmere,    horses,    2 175   00 

Beaver    Co.,    Ltd.,    Thorold,    hexagon    slab    shingles,    25    squares 379   75 

Bemis    Bag    Co.,    Winnipeg,    jute    bags,    400 78   94 

Bickle   Fire    Engine    Co.,    Woodstock:    combination    pumping    engine    and    hose    car 

mounted   on   Reo   chassis,    $2,400;    special    brass   adapter,    $20 2,420   00 

Bowler,    C.    W..    Banff,    auto    hire,    etc 37   00 

Bow  River  Boat  House,  Banff:  hire  of  motor  boat,  $16;  rent  of  boat,  28  d.  at  50c.  30   00 

Brewster  Transport   Co.,    Banff:   auto   repairs   and   accessories,    $100.95;    auto  hire, 

$287.50;    small    items.    $1.65 390   10 

British  America  Paint  Co.,  Calgary:  lamp  black,  30  lb.,   $10.58;  raw  linseed  oil,  25 

gal.,    $43.12;   shingle   stain,    135   gal.,   $175.50;   turpentine,   42.738   gal..   $164.55; 

white   enamel.    8    gal.,    $40.80  ;    white   lead,    150   lb.,    $30.60  ;   small   items.    $4.40, 

total,    $469.55,    less    freight,    $4.32 465   23 

Brock,   W.    R.    Co..  "Calgary:    duck.    59.5    yd.,    $33.72;    muslin    oil    baize,    300    yd., 

$34.45  ;  total,  $6S.17,   less  freight,  S5c 67   32 

Burns,    P.  &  Co.,  Calgary:    provisions,    etc.,    $3,031.51;    express,    $1.03 3,032   54 

Calgary  Auto    Top    Builders:    re-covering   top,   $27;    repairs   to  curtains,    etc.,   $10.  37   00 

Calgary  Grain  &  Supply  Co.,  oats,  60  bags 141   00 

Calgary  Iron  Works:   elbows,   3,   $79.30;   reducer,   $36.85;  springs  for  rock  crusher, 

$43.50;    tee    and    6-in.    plug.    $37.50;    small    items,    $7.30 204   45 

Calgary  Saddlery  Co.:  breeching,    3   sets,   $57.22;  collars,   34.    $191.65:   harness,    17 

sets,    $1,438.25  ;   harness  supplies  and   repairs,    $66.89  ;   sales    tax.    $13.34.   total. 

$1,767.35.     less     freight,     $6.49 1,760   86 

Campbell,    Wilson    &    Home,    Calgary:    soap,    6    cases,    $53.55;    soda    ash,    500    lb., 

$37.50;    washing  powder,    2   cases,    $16.10 107   15 

Can.  Allis  Chalmers,  Toronto,   repairs   for  hydrant 41   40 

Can.  Fairbanks-Morse.   Montreal:  gate  valves,    14.    $18.28;   pumps,   2,  $114;   repairs 

and    accessories    for    fire-fighting    outfits,    $162.41  ;    small    items,    $18.24,    total, 

$312.93.   less   express,   $2.18 310   75 

Can.   General  Electric  Co..  Toronto:   anchor  rods,  48,   $39.26;  cable  hangers,    3,610, 

$54.10;  dry  cells,  250,  $109.12;  various  electrical  supplies,  $275.76;  electrician's 

tools,    $36.32;    Faraday,    W.    P.   F.    boxes.    7,    $356.20;    tool    bag.    $14.95,    total. 

$885.71,   less  freight    and   express,    $7.33 878   38 

Can.  National  Railways,    freight 589   36 

Can.   Pac.  iRy.:  freight.   $12,663.48;   telegrams,  $425.72;   phones,    $34.20;    coal,   29.5 

tons,   $235.85;    drill,   $3.24;   drilling  holes,    20.    $11.06;    thawing  service.    48   h., 

$132;    lighting,    $2,773.22;    meter  rent,    $35.50;    repairs   to    lighting  system,    $7, 

lamps,    4,    $4 16,325   27 

Can.   Western  Mfg.   &  Supply  Co.,  Calgary:   asbestos   cement,    $13.94;   curb    cocks, 

48,   $144;  galvanized  pipe,  6,810  ft.,   $2,736.26;  gate  valves,   3,   $21.45;  pig  lead, 

4.007   lb.,   $538.67;   tool  steel,   408   lb.,    $83.64;  small   items,   $25.08 3,563   04 

Canmore    Coal    Co.,     coal,    8 . 5     tons 46   67 

Carroll-Wilson,    Ltd.,    Edmonton,    plumbers'    and    steam    fitters'    supplies.    $27.69, 

less    freight.    $1.70 25   99 

Central  Auto   Paint  Works,   Calgary,   painting  car 65   00 

Chateau    Lac    Louise,    provisions 122   30 

City  of  Calgary:   rental  of   Emerson  pump,   48    d.   at  60c.;   tests   on  milk   samples, 

$15.50    44   30 

Coal  Sellers.   Ltd..   Winnipeg:    coal,    92.85    tons,    $232.13;    freight,    $222.94 455   07 

Cockshutt  Plough  Co.,  Calgary:  accessories  for  dump  wagon,  $44.41;  cutter,  $86.86; 

mower,  $73.12  ;  total,  $204.39,  less  freight,  $4.37 200   02 

Crossen    Metal    Works,  AN'innipeg :    round    sheet    metal    granaries,    2    at    $155,    less 

freight,    $34.08 275   92 

Crown   Feed   and  Produce  Co.,  Calgary:    bran,    3    tons,    $161.40;    oats,    2.O00   bush.. 

$1,460    1,621   40 

Crown   Luniber    Co.,    Calgary,    lumber 44   46 

Cushing  (A.  B. ),  Lumber  Co.,  Calgary,  lumber 80  00 

Deere   (John)    Plow  Co.,  Calgary,  sulky  rake    54   50 

Delbridge,    Thos.,    Banff,    advances   on   contract    for    in.stallation    of    new    telephone 

system    662   00 

Dept.    of    Agriculture,    Province    of    Alberta,    timothy    hay,    228.324    tons 9,132   98 

Carried   forward    467,740   99 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K — 133 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Canadian  National  Parka — Continued — Pares  nationanz  canadiena — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought  forward 467,740   99 

Rocky  Mountains  Park,  Banff — Continued — Pare  dcs  Montagues  Rocheuses, 

Banff — Suite 

Dept.    of    Public   Works,    Province    of    Alberta,    inspection    of    boilers,    5.'. 4  5   00 

Dept.  of  Soldiers'  Civil  iRe-establisliment :  labour,  assembling  and  shipping  equip- 
ment transferred  to  Dom.  Parks  Branch,   $52.05;    cartage,   etc.,   ?60 112  05 

Dom.    Creosoting  &   Lumber,   Ltd.,    Vancouver,    lumber 2,686   67 

Dominion  iCngineering  and    Inspection    Co.,    Montreal,    inspecting   and    testing    Reo 

fire    truck    50  00 

Dominion    Kxpress    Co.,    express,    etc 706   36 

Dominion    Rubber    System,    Calgary,    automobile    casings,    11 291   43 

Dunlop  Tire  and  Rubber  Co.,  Calgary:  automobile  casings,  16,  ?2r)6.56 ;  water- 
hose,    400    ft.,     $105.84;    tire    cover,    $6 368   40 

Eau  Claire   &  Bow   River   Lumber    Co.,    Calgary,    lumber 63   95 

Elliot,    R.    J.,    Radium    Hot    Springs,    provisions 7  2   00 

Evans,   Coleman   &   Evans,   \'ancouver,   sewer   pipe,    2.012    ft.,    $549.86,    less    freight, 

$103.28 446   58 

Farey,    A.,    Banff,    saddle    horse 60   00 

Fear,    G.    &    W.,    Banff :   ifilms,    $18.15  ;    small    items,    $7.95 26   10 

Flesher    Marble    and    Tile   Co.,    Calgary,    tiles,    84    sti.    ft $4   00 

General  Supplies,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  firebricks,  200,  $19;  repair  parts  for  dump  wagon, 

$31.82  ;   small  items,   $12.88 63   70 

Gillmore,   C.   R.,    Jubilee,    pheasants,    5    pr 110   00 

Golden   West   Bakery,   Calgary,   bread,    3,125    lb.    at    8c 250   00 

Groodyear  Tire  and  Rubber  Co.,  Calgary:  automobile  casing,  2  at  $53.35,  12  at 
$46.05;  truck  tires,  2  at  $35.07;   tubes,   12  at  $5.15,  12  at  $2.25,  total,  $818.24. 

less  express,   $1.44 .  816  80 

Great  West  Motors,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $175.20;  gasoline, 

$2.10 177   30 

Great  West  Saddlery  Co.,  Calgary:  cinches,  6,  $18.75:  harness,  5  sets  at  $85.10; 
horse  blankets,  2  doz.,  $130.70 ;  leather,  19J  lb.,  $17.52,  leather  straps,  16§ 
doz.,  $30.83 ;  rifle  scabbards,  3,  $10.05  ;  saddles,  3  at  $58.90 ;  saddle  pads, 
6,  $26.70;  small  items,  $34.05,  total,   $870.80,  less  freight  and  express,    $3.30..  867   50 

Grlmness,   H.  C-.   freighting  supplies,    15   d.   at    $9 135   00 

Gummow,    T.,    Mt.   Castle,    horse   meat   for   park    animals 27   05 

Gurney  Foundry  Co.:    cottage  heater,   $125.93;   grate  bars,   5,   $41.65 167   58 

Gutta  Percha  and  Rubber,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  canvas  belting,  48  ft.,  $21.12;  hip  boots, 

5  pr.,  $28.91 50  03 

Halliday,  A.    A.,   Crossfield,   hay,    201.145    tons,    $5,933.78,   less   freight,    $1,000.53..  4,933   25 

Hammell,    H.,    Banff,    horse    meat 25   00 

Hansen,  J.  D.,  IBanff:  rental  of  superintendent's  house,  10  m.  to  Jan.  31,  $395; 
water   and   sewer    rates,    $11.49;    electrical    supplies,    $25.82;    plants   for    office 

grounds,    $23.30;    small    items,    $9.29 464   90 

Harmon,    B.,    Banff,    creoline,    11    gal.,    $31  ;    drugs    and    medicines,    $28.20  ;    small 

items,    $16.95     76   15 

Hodges,  C.  J.,    Banff,  horse  meat   for  park  animals,  500   lb.  at  5c 25  00 

Hope,   G.,   Cochrane,   horse  meat   for  animals,    550   lb.    at   5c 27   50 

Hope,  J.,  compensation  for  value  of  improvements  on  lot  No.   11647 70   00 

Hudson's  Bay  Co.,  Calgary:   cotton,   60  yd.  at  25c.;   forms,   100  at  85c.;   linoleum, 

32    yd.,    $49.60 149   60 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  coal  oil,  634  gal.,  $243.60;  gasoline,  4,380  gal., 
$2,257.33;   neatsfoot  oil,    5   gal.,    $13;   oil,    $171.86;   plug   for  steel    drum,    50c.; 

road    oil,    $863.09    3,549   38 

Invermere    Meat    Market,    various    meats 273   17 

Jackson,  J.,  Canmore :  material  and  labour,  building  bridge,  $405.45;  work  on 
camps,  4  d.  at  $5.50,  total,  $427.45,  less  $55,  allowance  for  team  and  teamster, 

and    $2,    allowance    for    feed 370  4E 

Johnston,   H.,   Cochrane,    horse 75  00 

Kelly-Springfield  Truck  Sales  Co.,  Seattle:   auto  accessories  and  repairs,   $143.20; 

express,  $5.93  ;  exchange  re  U.S.  money.  $16.40 165  53 

Kenche,   E.,   Ballantine,   white   ground   hog   for   zoo 25   00 

Kerr  (H.  H.)  Motors,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  body  for  5  passenger  car,  fitted  to  chassis,  top 
and  side  curtains,  $250  ;  supplying  and  fitting  fenders,  $50  ;  catalogue  of  spare 

parts,    $1.50 301   50 

Koser's  Radiator  Service  Station,   repairs   to  radiators,    2 27   50 

Latimer,   A.    B.,    Canmore,   horse 80  00 

Layzell   (A.)  Co.,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  saddle  horses,  11.  $715;  feed,  $15;  small  items,  95c  730   95 

McCardell,  W.,  Bankhead,  horse  meat  for  animals,  600  lb.  at  5c 30  00 

McClary   Mfg.    Co.,    Calgary:    camp   stoves,    10.    $70.25:    hardware,    $14.14:    kitchen 

utensils,   $298.95;   packing  charges,   20r.,   total.    $383.54,    less  freight,    $5.56....  377   98 

Carried    forward 487,196   35 


K 134  AUDITOR  GENERALS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1d22 

Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanx  canadiens — Suite         %        eta. 

Brougrht    forward 487,196  35 

Rooky  Mountains  Park,  Banff — Continued — Pare  des  Montagnes  Rocheuses, 

Banff — Suite 

McCullough,    J.,    Radiiun    Hot    Springs,    freighting 262  00 

McCuUough  &  Sons,  Calgary:  coal,  28.2  tons,  $203.04,  less  freight,  178.96 124  08 

McDonald.  A.  R.,  Exshaw,  horses,  5   400  00 

McEwen,  J.,  Cochrane,  horse 95  00 

Maclin  Motors,  Calgary:  rear  wheel,  $15.84;  solid  rubber  tire,  $40.58;  express,  80c.  57  £2 

Major  &  Stacy-Judd,  BanfE,  services  rendered  in  preparation  of  plans  and  details  of 

the    §uperintendent's    residence    at    BanfE 210  00 

Magnet  Store,  BanfE:  gold  dust,   87  packages,   $34.80;  provisions,   $4,724.13;   small 

items.   $10.55 4.769  48 

Martin    (Alex.)    Sporting   Goods    Co.,    Calgary:    camp      cooking      outfit.       $25.25; 

cartridges  and  shells,   $10.30;    small   items,    $5.20 40  76 

Merrick-Anderson  Co.,  Winnipeg,  sisal  rope.  100  lb 25  23 

Metals,  Ltd.,  Calgary:   blacksmith's  coal,   2.023    tons,    $50.75;   cast   iron   plugs,    6, 

$21;  flexible  steam  hose,   25  ft.   $42.89;  horseshoes,  800  lb..  $89.54;  pig  lead. 

2,540  lb.,   $316.42  ;  plumbers'   and  steamfitter's  supplies,   $256.76  ;   square  iron. 

507   lb..  $38.63;   total,  $815.89,  less  freight  and  express,   $5.84 810^06 

Model  Bakery,  Calgary,  bread,  497  lb.  at  6c.  .■ 29  82 

MoEEatt,  C.  W.,  BanfE.  beef  for  animals,  575  lb,  at  5c 28  75 

Moore,   W.   J.,    Avonhurst,   peacock 40   00 

Morley  Trading   Co..    tepees,    2   at    $40 80  00 

Motor  Car  Supply  Co..  Calgary:  auto  accessories,  $20.SS  ;  pumps,  2,  $10.50;  storage 

batteries,  2,  $74.17  ;  small  items,  $1.70  ;  total,  $107.25,  less  express,  40c 106  85 

National   Park  Drug   Co.,   Banff:   formaldehyde.    $12.65;   formaline   fumigators.    31, 

$23.25  ;   sundry  drugs,   etc.,    $14.25 50   15 

Xeilson  Furniture  Co..  Calgary,  kitchen  chairs,   48   at  $1.35 64  86 

Nesa,    C,    Banff,    auto   hire 47  75 

Niven.   R.,   BanfE,   auto   hire 47  7b 

Noble,  G.,  Banff,  photographic  work  and  supplies 4. 5  •'9 

Northern    Electric   Co.,    Ltd.,    Calgary:    battery   jars,    24,    $36;    bridle    rings,    350, 

$28.80;    buffalo   grips.    9,    $45.77;    cable,    30    ft..    $27.18;    cable   terminals,    19, 

$368.88;    climbers,    4    pr.,    $27.07;    conduit,    770    ft.,    $114.16;    desk    stands    and 

boxes.  13,  $370.04  ;  detonators,  1,000,  $28.50  ;  detonators,  with  fuses,  500,  $62.50  ; 

dry  cells,   125,  $55.23  ;  electrician's  tools,   $17.92  ;  extension  telephone  bells,   6, 

$28.50;    forgp    blower.    $45.83;    globes,    12,    $57.95;    insulators,    750,    $116.86; 

lacing  twine,    12    lb.,   $42.42;    lags,    233.    $12.68;   lead   sleeves,    325    lb.,    $62.37: 

linemen's  body  belts  and  straps,   4.   $39.52;    pay   stations,    2,   $39.79;   porcelain 

knobs,   3,400,   $192.82;   receivers,   14,    $43.11;    reels,    6,    $93.48;   telephone   cable. 

5.240   ft..    $2,515.10;    telephone  wire,    26,119    ft..    $682.28,   24,425    lb.,    $2,578.69; 

transmitters.  16.  $78.47;  turtle  gong.  $84.50;  wall  telephones.  22,  $584.25;  wire, 

4,550  ft.,  $71.36,  1,174.5  lb.,  $554.48;  various  electrical  supplies,  $527.27;  small 

items,  $2.84,  total.  $9,636.62,  less  allowance  for  221   lags  and  6  reels   returned 

(less  freight  charges),  $33.78  and  $10.78  allowance  for  other  freight  charges..  9,592   06 

Northwestern  Fuel  Supply  Co..  Drumheller,  coal,   254.05  tons 1.533   14 

Pepper  Auto  Repair  and  Machine  Shop :  charging  11  batteries,  $20.65  ;  various  auto 

repairs,    $34.90 56   55 

Peyto,  E.  W.,  BanfE,   2  cases  of  stone  implements  from  old  Indian  camps  in  Bow 

valley 200  00 

Phillips  Bros.,  BanfE.  horse  meat,  573  lb.  at  5c 28  65 

Pitts  &  Hankey,  Inverraere,  provisions  and  groceries 1,588   93 

Postmaster,  BanfE:  postage  stamps.  $450;  post  office  box  and  keys,  $6.50 456  50 

Rae,  D.,  BanfE,  various  plumbers'  supplies  and  repairs,  tinsmithing.  etc 74  35 

Rande.  A.,  Radium  Hot  Springs,  freighting,  20  d.  at  $9 : 180  OK) 

Revelstoke  Sawmill  Co.,  Calgary:  lumber,  4.139  ft.,  $315.15;  telephone  poles,   135. 

$389.86 706   01 

Richards,  E.   &  Sons,  BanfE,   vegetables  for  animals 38  43 

Rork,  M.,  BanfE,  chimney  sweeping 25  50 

Rundle- Mountain  Trading  Co.,   Canmore :   provisions,    etc.,    $134.61;    tubes,    2,    $8  ; 

sundries,    $1.65    144  26 

Sanderson,  D.   B.,   BanfE,  horse 75  00 

Sawyer-Massey  Co.,  Calgary:  road  grader,   $400;  double  trees,   1  set,   $7.50;   sales 

tax.    $4.07  ;    freight,    $15.96 427  68 

Schiesel,  J.,  Canmore,  rent  of  rooms  and  stable 28  00 

Service  Cartage  Co.,  BanfE,  horse  meat,  750  lb.  at  5c 37  5§ 

Simpson,  Kenneth,  R.  &  Co..  Calgary,  oat  straw.  10.29  tons 97  06 

Smith.  E.  F.,  Edgewater,  hay,  4  tons  at  $40 160  00 

Snowdon,    C.    C,    Calgrary:    creoline,    25    gal.,    $40.20;    gasoline    engine    oil,    3    brl., 

$122.27;  oil.  $8.90;  soap,   2  cases.   $8;"soap,  chip.   688   lb.,   $113.52;  soda  ash, 

1   brl.,  J27.49 , 320   38 

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I  ST  F.HI  OR  DEPARTMEST:  EXPENDITURE  K 135 

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Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanx  canadiens — Suite         $         eta. 

Brought  forward ol0,299   57 

Waterton  Lakes  Park — Continual — Pare   du    lac    Waterton — Suite 
Banff — Fin 

Sprung,  D.  A.,  Banff,  transporting  men  to  forest  fires 47   75 

Standish  &  Son,  Banff:  brushes,  3,  $9.25;  doors,  2,  $15.60;  doors  and  windows  as 
per  contract,  $416.15;  hinge.s,  12  pr.,  $11.45;  lumber,  $2,263.44;  nails,  34  lb., 
$24.30;  padlocks,  30,  $30;  paint,  $119.38;  roofing,  400  ft.,  $24;  plaster,  15  bags, 
$22.50;  sash  cord,  $13.56;  shingles,  2i  M,  $21.25;  small  items,  $15.88;  total, 
$2,986.76,    less    freight,    $2 2,984   78 

Staveley,   .T.,    I>aUe    Minnewanlta,    groceries    and    provisions 28  50 

Stephens,  (J.  F..  Winnipeg:  hard  oil.   J  brl.,   $63;  hard  oil  varnish,   1  brl.,  $99.90; 

raw   oil,    1    brl.,    $98.09 260   99 

Towers,    Mrs.    V.,    Banff,    nursing,   cooking   and    washing   at   smallpox   quarantine, 

11    wk.    4    d.    at    $30 347   14 

Union  Iron  &  Foundry  Co..  Calgary:  material  for  bridges  as  per  contract,  $2,061; 
repairs  to  castings,  $16.72;  total,  $2,077.72,  less  $1,003  paid  by  G.  R.  Long 
&  Co 

United    Grain    Growers,    Calgary :    feed    cutter,    $39.75  ;    oats,    1,176    bush.,    $1,260. 

Vancouver  Wood  Pipe  &  Tank  Co. :  wood  stave  tanks,  capacity,  3,000  gal.,  2, 
$336;    sales    tax,    $3.36 

Vanzant,  C.  A..  Banff:  sewing  fire  buckets.  250,  $35;  repairing  rubber  boots,  $2.50. 

Veteran's    Meat    Market,    Banff,    various    meats    and    fish 

Ward.  G.  B..  Banff,  horsemeat.  500  lb.  at  5c 

Ward,    S.,    Banff:    latrine   seats,    24    at    $2;    counter   cases,    3    at    $10 

Watt,  .T.,  Banff,  payment  on  contract  price  of  $2,284.64,  for  installation  of  steam 
heating  in  garage  and  blacksmith   shop 

West  &  Brown,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  eyelet  machines,   2,   $25;  eyelet  boxes,  4,   $4 

Western  Supply  &  Equipment  Co..  Calgary:  fibrofelt,  2,000  sq.  ft.,  $147.14;  fibre- 
board,     2,104    sq.    ft.,     $142.70;    nails,     $1.60 29144 

Western  Tent  &  Mattress  Co.,  Calgary  :  duck,  313J  yd.,  $362.20  ;  tents,  34,  $1,287.85  ; 

pipe  shields,  12,  $18 1,668   05 

White.  Dave  &  Co.,  Banff:  building  material,  $217.76;  candles,  $6.45;  cooking 
utensils,  etc.,  $399.83;  towelling,  sheeting,  etc.,  $202.79;  mattresses,  3,  $30; 
provisions    and    groceries,     $12,717.64 13,574   47 

Wilson   Bros.,   Calgary,   truck  bodies,    12 l!830  00 

Winnipeg   Oil   Co.,    Calgary:    liquid   asphaltum,    13,378    gal 4!398  28 

Wolfe  &  Hine,  Edmonton:  mounting  specimens,  $42;  preparing  skins,  $9;  packing 

charges,   $5.75 56  75 

Wood.  Vallance  &  Adams.  Calgary:  adzes,  6,  $15.50;  blow-torches,  2,  $17.80; 
bolts,  300,  $24.27  ;  caulks,  1,000,  $29.15  ;  cook  stove,  $28.93  ;  galvanized  iron 
pipe,  1,000  ft,  $133.59;  heaters,  2,  $13.13;  iron  rods,  2,020  lb.,  $141.80; 
mirrors,  12,  $27.75;  nails,  1,550  lb.,  $139.98.  5  kegs,  $77.90;  neverleak  radiator 
fluid.  43  tins,  $17.40;  pliers,  12  pr.,  $24.26;  rasps,  2  doz.,  $19.60;  rubberold 
roofing,  25  rolls.  $115  :  ship  augers.  8,  $12.18  ;  sisal  rope.  2  coils.  $37.96  ; 
spark  plugs,  3J  doz.,  $14;  tire  chains,  10  pr.,  $40;  small  items,  $182.89 1,113  09 

Young.    C.    A..    Banff,    groceries    and    provisions 47  92 

Zimmerman  Reliance  Ltd..  Hamilton,  bathing  suits,  39  doz 766  BO 

Payments  under  $25:  advertising,  $11.80;  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $23.80; 
cheese  cloth,  100  yd.,  $10;  coal,  1.5  tons,  $10;  drugs,  etc.,  $20;  exchange  on 
U.S.  money,  $14.12;  foundry  work,  etc.,  $10.82;  grate  and  fire  pot  for  heater, 
$18.50 ;  golden  eagle,  $15 ;  groceries  and  provisions,  $38.01 ;  hauling  logs, 
$10;  horsemeat  for  animals,  $63.50;  injector,  $19.60;  key  blanks,  200,  $15.46; 
maintenance  service,  Burrough's  Adding  Machine  Co.,  $13  ;  mounting  specimens. 
$15 :  packing  and  shipping  charges  on  horsemeat,  $23.95 ;  rent  of  shacks, 
2,   $17.03;   sanitary  paper  towels.   1   case.    $22.73;   typewriter  repairs,   $26.75; 

wheels,    2,    $11;    small    Items,    $123.14 533  21 

8t.  Lawrence  Islands  Park — Pare  ties  Ilea  Saint-Laurent 

Caretakers — 

Bourrette,  A.  F..  Morrlsburg,  Dec.   1  to  Mar.  31  at  $120 40  00 

Davy,  N.  W.,  Morrlsburg,  June  1  to  Aug.  31  at  $840,  Sept.  1  to  Dec.  31  at  $120.  250  00 

Ferris,  T.,  Gananoque,   12  m.  to  Mar.  31    150  00 

Glover,  T..   Landsdowne.   12   m.    to  Mar.   31 150  00 

HafTie.  R.  .T..  Mallorytown.    12   m.   to  Mar.   31 100  00 

Meggs.   A.    E..   Gananoque,   12   m.    to   Mar.    31 175  00 

Root,   D.    E.,   Grenadier   Island,    12   m.    to    Mar.    31 125   00 

Timleck.    J.,    BrockvlUe,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31 200  00 

Truesdell,  A.,  Lansdowne,  April   1   to  May   25  at  $75,  May  26   to  Mar.   31   at 

?160 138   71 

Bennett.  I.  W.  &  Son.  Gananoque:  galvanized  smoke  stacks  for  stoves.  6  at  $3.50; 
hardware  and  tools.  $10.90;  paint,  etc.,  $23.15;  paint  oil,  8S  gal.,  $29.35;  small 
items,  $16.64 lOi  04 


Carried  forward    5 4 3. 4 .''.  l 


K— 136  AUDITOH  GENERALS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanz  canadiens — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought  forward 543,451   27 

St.  Lawrence  Islands  Paik — Concluded — Pare  des  lies  Saint-Laurent — Fm 

Bradfleld,   R.   H.  &  Co.,   Morrisburg :   Beatty  pump,    $12.25;   cement,    12  bags,    $12; 

hardware,  tools,  etc.,   $44.88;   paint,   $22.60;   small  items,    $11.67 103   40 

Casselman  C.  Morrisburg :   services.   Zh  d-  at  $4,   238   h.   at   40c 109   20 

Coligan.    T..    Morrisburg:    making    drift    bolts,     127,     $19.30;    sundry    blacksmith 

work,    $8.85 28   15 

Couttee,   C,  Morrisburg,   services   and   use  of   launch,   etc.,    filling    in    of   dock   at 

Broder  Park,  27  h.  at  60c 16   20 

Dav>'.   N.  "W.,  Morrisburg:   services.    16   d.   at   $3;   sundry  outlay,   $14.08 62  08 

Duval.  H.,  services,   68  h.  at  30c.,   7 J  d.   at   $3 42  90 

Ferris,   T.,   Gananoque :   painting  pavilion,   $75;   repairing  and  painting   tables  and 

benches,    72    h.    at    40c.;    cartage.    $1.50 105   30 

Froats,  W.   C,   services  as  carpenter.    2S8   h.   at   60c.,   3   d.  at   $6  ;   small  items,    $2.  192   80 

Glover,    T.,    Gananoque,    painting    pavilion 75   00 

HafRe,    R.   J.,    Mallorytown :   painting   pavilion,    $75;    express,    45c 75   45 

Howison,   W.   H.,   Brockville  :   painting   2   pavilions,    $150;   paint,   etc.,    $33.60 183   60 

Howson,  T.  W.,  Morrisburg:  garbage  cans,  6  at  $5;  smoke  stacks  for  stoves,   6  at 

$4.50  ;    small    items,     80c 57   80 

Imperial   Stove  "Works,   Morrisburg,   stoves,    6    115   20 

Kingston    Navigation    Co.,    freight    charges    71   00 

Meggs,   A.    B.,   Gananoque:    painting  pavilion,    $75;    repairing   and   painting   tables 

and  benches  at  Beau  Rivage  island,  99  h.  at  40c. ;  cartage,  freight  and  express, 

$13    127   60 

Merkley,  A.  H.,  Morrisburg:  lumber,   $205.94;   shingles,   2|   M  at  $7.50;   timber  for 

wharf,   4,281   ft.,   $342.48  ;   flag  pole,  $6.50    573   67 

Mitchell  &  Wilson,  Gananoque,   labour  and  material,   etc.,   building  dock  at   Beau 

Rivage  island 512   24 

Root,   D.,   Rockport,   painting  pavilion    75   00 

Truesdell,   A.,   Ivy  Lea,   painting  pavilion,   $75  ;   launch   services,    2    d.,   $30  ;    livery, 

$2.50    107   50 

Wray,    Chas.,    Gananoque:    painting    and    lettering    sign-boards,    10    at    $3;    paint, 

$9.50  ;  small  items,  $4    43   50 

Small  payments:  ferriage,  etc.,  $8.75;  services  of  painter,  3  d.,  $15;  sundry  labour, 

$42.60  ;   small  items,   $36.74    103   09 

Waterton   Lakes   Park — Pare   du    lac    Waterton 

Bevan,  G.  A.,  superintendent:  salary,  April  1  to  June  30  at  $1,800,  July   1   to  Mar. 

31  at  $1,920,  $1,890  ;  bonus,  $219.37    2.109   37 

Black,  J.,  chauffeur:  salary,  April  1  to  Aug.  28  at  $1,200,  $490.32;  bonus,  $66.19..  556  51 
Bower,  A.,  warden:  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,320;  arrears,  1919-20,  $140;  bonus, 

$372    1,832   00 

Clarke,   A.,   warden:    salary,   April   1   to   Dec.    10,   noon,   at   $1,080,  "$747.58;    bonus, 

$148.90    896   48 

Gladstone,  J.   "W.,  warden:  salary,   12   m.   to  Mar.   31,    $1,200;   overpayment,    $20; 

arrears,    1919-20,    $40;    bonus,    $408     1,668   00 

Harwood,  S.  A.,  stockrider:  salary,  June  1  to  Nov.  15  at  $960,  $440;  bonus,  $101.75  541   75 

Haug,  E.,  office  asst,  1175  d.  at  $4    471   00 

Holroyd,  J.  C,  teamster:  April  1  to  June  30  at  $1,200,  July  1  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,320. 

warden,    Sept.    1    to    Dec.    31    at    $960,    Jan.    1    to    Mar.    31    at    $1,200,    $1,140 ; 

bonus,   $113.88    1,253   88 

Knight,   H.,   supervising  warden:   salary,   April   1   to  June   30   at   $1,500,   July   1    to 

Mar.  31  at  $1,620,  $1,590;  overpayment,  $15;   bonu.s,   $306    1,911   00 

Lougheed,   I.,    park  warden:    salary,    12    m.    to    Mar.    31,    $1,320;    arrears,    1919-20, 

$112.26  ;    bonus,    $163.13    1,595   39 

Lynch,   D.,   warden:   salary,   Dec.    9    to   Feb.    28   at   $960,   Mar.    1    to   31    at    $1,200; 

bonus,   $132.35    451   70 

McFarlane,  J.  S.,  warden:  salary,  April  1  to  Sept.  30  at  $1,080,  $540;  bonus,  $96.  .  .  636   00 

Morris,  S.  J.,  chauffeur:  salary,  Sept.  25  to  Feb.  28  at  $1,200,  $520;  bonus,  $83.70  603  70 
Wagstaff,  E.  H.,  office  assistant:   salary,  June  1   to  Feb.   28,  less   5   working  days, 

Sept.  at  $1,020,  $748.65  ;  bonus,  $344.17    1,092   82 

Blacksmiths  at  75c.  per  h.,  $267.37,  at  70c.,   $219.10    486   47 

Carpenters  at   75c.,   $3,284.18,   at   70c.,    $45.50    3,329   68 

Cooks  at  $65  per  m.,  $143.34,  at  $3  per  d.,  $9    152   34 

Foremen  at  75c.  per  h.,  $231.37,  at  70c.,  $474.95,  at  65c.,  $153.40 859   72 

Labourers    at    60c.    per   h.,    $4,637.85,    at     55c.,     $170.78,     at     50c.,     $254.50,     total, 

$5,063.13,  less  $562.45,  board  and  stores  for  various  employees Phk .  .  4,500   68 

Log  carpenters  at  65c.  per  h.,  $2,222.34,  at  60c.,  $2.55   2,224   89 

Painter  at   65c.   per  h 96   52 

Teamsters  at  $100  per  m.,  $236.65,  at  $110  per  m.,  $436.10    672   75 

Carried  forward    574,178   60 


IXTERIOR  DEPARTMEXT:  EXPENDITURE  R 137 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.    1 


Canadian  National  Parka — Continued — Parca  nationanx  Canadians — Suite  %         cts. 

Brought    forward    574  j^g    ^q 

Rocky  Mou7itain.s  Pm-k,  Banff — Contin\ie<l — Pare  dea  Montagnea  Rocheuaes, 

Teamsters  with   team  at   $1    per  h.,   $339,   at   90c.,   $203.40,  at  75c.,   $69;    teamsters 
and  4-horse  team  at   $1.40  per  h.,   $219.80.  at  $1.30,   $291.20;   team  hire  at  $2 

per  d.,  $37;  horse  hire  at  $1  per  d.,  $92.50;  stump  puller  at  $1  per  d.,   $5....  ]  256   96 
Bevan,  O.  A.,  superintendent:  board  and  lodging,  $451.85;  bus  and  cab  fares,  $14; 
delivering  motorcycle,  etc.,  $10  ;  far»^s  and  inillmans,  $220.80  ;  feed  and  stabling, 
$22  ;  gasoline  and  motor  repairs,  $10.85;   livery  and  auto  hire,  $22.50;  freight] 

$15.98  ;  small  items.  $24.10  ;  overpayment,  90c .'  792  gg 

Black,  J.,  chauffeur:  board  and  lodging,  $132.40;   fares,  $4.65;  small  items,   $4.70; 

overpayment,  20c m  gg 

Bower,   A.,   warden :   allowance   in   lieu   of  house,    1   m.,    $15 ;    board    and    lodging, 

$43  ;   feed  and  stabling,   $34  ;  postage  stamps,   $1    .'  93   00 

Clarke,  A.,  warden,  board  and   lodging    32    3^^ 

Gladstone,  J.  W.,  warden:  fare,  $5;  board  and  lodging,  $38.55;  feed  and  stabling, 

$27  ;    horseshoeing,    $5     '  ~-    -- 

Holroyd,   J.   C,   warden  :    board   and   lodging,    $90.70  ;    fares  and   pullmans,    $52.50  ; 

harness  repairs,  etc.,   $11.30  ;   small  items,  $19.75    .'  174   2"^ 

Knight,    II.,    warden:    board    and    lodging,    $56.05;    fares    and    pullmans,    $42.50; 

use  of  own  motor  car  at  13c.  per  mile,  $155.74;  small  items,  $19.50    .'  273   79 

Knight,   H.,   warden:   mower,    $70;    rake,    $20;   hay  stacker,   $35 125   00 

Morris,  S.  J.,  chauffeur:   board  and  lodging,  $125.10;   small  items,   $9.95 [  135   05 

Expenses  of  various  officials:  board,  lodging  and  feed,  $60.50;  small  items,  $20.25..  80   75 

Allison,  G.,  Waterton,  cutting  and  stacking  hay,  9.63  tons  at  $7 67   40 

Allison,  R.  O.,  Pincher  Creek:    mower  repairs,  $22;  parts  for  machinery,  $14.40....  36   40 
Ashdown    (J.   H.),   Hardware  Co.,   Calgary;   fireman's  axes,    IJ   doz.,    $39.60;    sales 

tax,  40c 40   00 

Ballantyne,  G.,  Beaver  Mines,  oats,  1 J  tons 45  qq 

Bruce,  W.,  payment  for  relinquishing  his  claim  to  property  taken  over  by  Waterton 

I^ikes    Park ^ 200   00 

Burrough,  D.,  Pincher  Creek,  horsefeed 30   50 

Bush,  W.,  Pincher  Creek,  tire  repairs 57   45 

Caldwell,  B.,  Caldwell,  feed  oats,   .  6445  tons 49   63 

Caldwell,  J.  E.  :  board  and  lodging,  $12  ;  horsefeed,  $24 36   00 

Campbell,  Mrs.  D.  M.,  meals  for  park  employees,  979  at  35c 342   65 

Campbell,  Mrs.  F.,  meals  for  park  employees,   541  at  35c 189  35 

Can.  Pac.  Ry.,  freight .' 207   70 

Cardston  Caf6,  board  and  lodging  for  park  employees 31   30 

Cardston  United  Farmers'  Association:  feed  oats,  7  bu.  18  lb.,  $9.45;  crushed  oats, 

6  tons  at  $70  ;  hay,  5.274  tons,  $165.85 595   30 

Cardston  Implement  Co.:  plough  bottom.  $27;  repairs  for  machinery,  etc.,  $17.70..  74   70 

Cardston  Motors,  Ltd. :  casings,  2,  $63.60  ;  tubes,  2,  $9 72   60 

Carmella,  N.,  Beaver  Mines,  hauling  rock  for  barn  foundation 27   00 

Carnell,  P.,   Twin  Butte,   cutting  and  stocking  green   feed,    29J   acres 91  45 

Central  Garage,  Cardston:  gasoline,  $10.80;  tubes,  6,  $22.90;  repairs  to  cars,  $81.65  115   35 

Cox  &  Cornett :  horseshoes,  16,  $14  ;  horseshoeing,  $11.25 25  25 

Cox,  J.,  horseshoeing 57  70 

Cook,  J.  F.,  horse 100   00 

Crooks,  F.,  Cardston,  hauling  oats  and  building  material 434  68 

Danielson,  C.  J. :  horseshoeing,  $10.25  ;  blacksmithing,  $28.75 39   00 

Deere  (John)  Plow  Co.,  Calgary  :  grader,  $65  ;  sales  tax,  65c 65   65 

Dobbin,  J.  G.,  Pincher  Creek:  crank  case,  $23.45;  various  auto  repairs  and  acces- 
sories, $48.20    71   65 

Dominion  Express  Co.,  express 22   93 

Flett,  F.  W.,  Cardston,  ir\cinerator  doors,  smokepipe,  etc 32  00 

Folsom,  H.  D.,  Cardston,  lumber  and  building  material 1,179   23 

Foote,  W.,  Pincher  Creek:  blacksmith's  coal,  $3;  gasoline  and  oil,  $103.35;  storage, 

$16.80  ;  repair  kit,  $25  ;  various  repairs,  accessories,  etc.,  $416.80 564   95 

Forster,  J.  W.,  oats,  220  bush,  at  26c 57   20 

Fraser-McKoberts  Co.,  Pincher  Creek:  beaver  board,  500  sq.  ft.,  $32.50  ;  binder  twine, 
80    lb.,    $17.04;    camp    stove,    $38;    dynamite,    40    lb.,    $22.40;    oakum,    250    lb., 

$46.25;   oil,   20  gal.,   $40.50;   tools,  building  material,  etc.,   $310.59 507  28 

Glacier  National  Park,  U.S.A.:  logs,  8,690  ft.,  $26.07;  exchange,  $3.97 30   04 

Gladstone,  W.,  Twin  Butte,  cartage,  etc 77   00 

Hansen,  H.  H.,  hire  of  motor  launch  for  freighting 60   00 

Hilliard,  C,  Twin  Butte :  hay,  5  tons  at  $15  ;  meals,  $2.40 77   40 

Hunter,  Mrs.  C,  meals  for  park  employees,  79  at  45c 35   55 

Hinton,  T.  H.,  Pincher  Creek  :  beaver  board,  288  ft.,  $17.28  ;  lumber.  $28.30 45   58 

Imperial  Oil  Co.:  gasoline,   851.5  gal.,  $439.80;  grease,   $9.53;  oil,   88   gal.,   $81.89; 

sales  tax,  46c 531    68 

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K— 138  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — Pares  nationanx  canadiens — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought  forward 583,683   67 

Waterton  Lakes  Park — Concluded — Pare  du,  lac  Waterton — Fin 

Jackson  Bros.,  Pincher  Creek:  axes,  1  doz.,  $18;  assorted  nuts,  100  lb.,  121.60; 
brooms,  1  doz.,  $10.07 ;  dynamite,  2  cases,  $37 ;  oakum,  100  lb.,  $19 ;  pick 
handles,  72,  $41.12;  roofing,  8  rolls,  $34.80;  various  tools,  building  material, 
etc.,  $294.92    

Jenkins,  H.  H.,  veterinary  services 

Johnson,  D.  T. :  casings,  2,  $71  ;  storage,  $28.75  ;  auto  repairs,  etc.,  $11.45 

Kelly,  J.,  Pincher  Creek :  cartage,  $8.50  ;  express,  $28.60 

King,  G.,  horses,  2 

L#ake  of  the  Woods  Milling  Co.,  Medicine  Hat:  crushed  oats,  2  tons,  $120;  feed 
oats,  IJ  tons,  $124.50 . 

Lang,  C,  horse 

Lebel    Co.,    Ltd.,    Pincher  Creek,    lumber   and   building   material 

Lynch,    W.,    Pincher   Creek :   freighting,    $23  ;    wagon    repairs,    $9 

Mclntee,  T.,  Beaver  Mines:  building  fence,  IJ  miles,  $85;  mowing  and  raking 
hay,    $15 

McLean,   D.   N.,   Pincher  Creek,   freighting 

MacLeod  Vulcanizing  Works,   cord    casings,    2 

Montgomery  &  Hart,  Pincher  Creek:  tires,  4,  $268.10;  various  automobile  acces- 
sories,   $234.55 

McKay  &  LeClair,  Calgary,  inspection  of   20   horses 

Xaylor,  G.  J.,  Cardston:  horseshoes,  8,  $8;  horseshoeing  and  blacksmithing,  $37.. 

Pioneer  Lumber  Co.,  Cardston:  beaver  board,  1,500  ft.,  $91.50;  cement,  5,000  lb., 
$53.20;  shingles,  29  M.,  $228.05;  lumber  and  building  material,   $298.10 

Pitcher,  A.  W.,  horses,  2 

Plunkett,   R.    E.,   horse 

Postmaster,   Waterton   Lakes,   postage   stamps ; 

Remington   Typewriter  Co.,    overhauling   typewriter 

Roughton,  C,  Beaver  Mines:  breaking  and  working  10  acres  at  $12.50;  labour, 
man   and    team   ploughing,    20    h.,    $20;    lumber,    $19.50 

Scott,  B.,  Cardston :  feed  and  stabling,  $16  ;  horse,  $100  ;  horse-medlclne,  $2.70 

Scott,  T.  H.,  Pincher  Creek:  screen  doors,  5,  $12;  weather  stripping,  &00  ft., 
$27;  window  blinds,  24,  $33.35;  window  screens,  12,  $7.20;  hardware,  etc., 
$8.40 

Slugg,  A.  D.,  Beaver  Mines,   horseshoeing  and  blacksmithing 

Strauch,  J.,    Beaver   Mines,    cartage 

Thornton,  Mrs.  W. :  board  and  lodging,  $10;  feed  and  stabling,  $12.50;  oats,  .75 
tons,    $22.50 ;    freighting,    $2 

Tourond,  J.  P.,  Pincher  Creek,   feed  and  stabling 

Vent,    Chas.,    horse 

Vroom,  H.  P.,  Beaver  Mines:  freighting,   $375.60;  hay,  10  loads,   $130 

Vroom,  O.,  Beaver  Mines :  digging  well,   20  ft 

Wheeler,    W.    W.,    horsefeed 

Woods  Manufacturing  Co.,  Ottawa,  tents,  12 

Advertising [ !..!.!!! 

Small  payments:  board  and  lodging,  $17.40;  cartage,  $27;  feed  and  care  of  sick 
horse,  $15;  freight,  $12.57;  horseshoeing,  $24.90;  motor  repairs  and  acces- 
sories, $33.85  ;  nails,  3  kegs,  $25.50  ;  oats,  1  ton,  $18  ;  rent  of  warehouse,  $10  ; 
repairs  to  mower.  $13.60;  sawing  with  gasoline  outfit,  12  h.,  $18;  small 
Items,    $51.55 , 267 

Yoho  Park — Para  Toho 

Russell,  E.  N.,  superintendent:    salary.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $2,340;    arrears,  1919-20, 

$420;    bonus,    $240 •. 

Brown,  L  H.,  warden :    salary,  June  21  to  Aug.  31  at  $960,  Sept.  1  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,200,   $886.66  ;    bonus,   $312.67 

Ooppock,  B.,  warden:    salary,  June  20  to  Aug.  31  at  $960,  Sept.   1   to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,200,  $889.33  ;    bonus,  $313.83 

Dewberry,  J.,   foreman,  33   d.  at  $5.25,   33|  d.  at  $5.50,   warden,   July  12   to  Aug 

31  at  $960,  Sept.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,200,  $1,190.47  ;    bonus,  $302.58 

Drake,  H.  H.,  clerk,  April  1-30,  $100  ;    bonus,  $33 

Finn,  J.  J.,  warden:    salary,   Apr.   1-30,   17   d..   May,   and   16J   d.  June  at   $1,080, 

$188.85  ;    bonus,   $33.84 

Glddle.  J.  M.,  supervising  warden:    salary,  April  1  to  Mar.  31,  less  i  d.,  at  $1,560, 

$1,557.90;     bonus,    $327.55 

Hack,   C. :    warden,   16   d.,  April,  at  $90   per  m.,  sr.  clerk,   May   1   to  Mar.   31   at 

$1,320,    $1,258;    bonus,    $137 

Simons,  P.  W.,  bridge  foreman,  Oct  21  to  Feb.  27  at  $2,100 

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Yoho  Park — Concluded — Pare  Yoho — Fin 

Tocher.  J.,   warden:    salary,  April   1   to  July  31   at  $1,080.  Aug.    1   to  Sept.   30   at 

$9t;0.  Oct.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,200,  $1,120 ;  bonus,  $182    

Blacksmith    and    timberman    at    70c.    per    h.,    $16.80;     bridge    carpenter    at    85c.. 

$1,666.85 

Carpenters   at    80c.    per   h.,    $5;     cooks,    etc.,    at   $4.50    per    d.,    $171.'56.    at'$4.25 

$123.25 ._.; 

Firefighters  at  50c.  per  h.,  $6.  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $366.73;    foremen  at  $5.50  per  d. 

$456.49 

Labourers  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $4,133.74,   at  $4.25,   $752.22.  at   56ic.   per  h.,   $1,056.38!  ! 

Mechanic  at   $5.50   ])er  d 

Teamsters  at  $117.50  per  m.,  $1,128.88,  at  $110  per  m.,  $75.10  ;    teamster  and  team 

at  $8.75  per  d..  $19.14  ;    timbermcn  at  70c.  per  h..  $2,295.30 

Coppock,  B.,  warden :    board  and  lodging,  $19  ;    fares,  $4.50 ! 

Dewberry,   J.,   warden,    fares 

Giddie,  J.  M.,  supervising  warden:    board  and  lodging,  $24.10;    fares,  $16.65 

Russell,   E.    N.,    superintendent:     board   and   lodging,    $63;     fares,    $4.65;     express 

$24.94 ;     freight,    $12.39 ;     transfers.    $2.50 

Simons,  P.  W.,  bridge  foreman:    board  allowance.  129  d.  at  $1.90;    rent  of  room. 

$47.11  :    fares.  $11.20;    express,  $13.20;    freight  and  excess  baggage,  $8.72 

Tocher.  .T.,  warden  :    board  and  lodging,  $5.25  ;    fares,   $5.75 

Bums,  P.  &  Co.,  Calgary,  groceries  and  provisions 

Can.   Pacific   Ry.   Co. :     freight   and   express,    $277.96 ;     telegrams.    $32.25 ;     electric 

light.    $77  ;     small   items,    $3.12 390   33 

Field  Trading  Co.:    building  material  and  tools,  etc.,  $113.98;    coal.  16  tons.  $144; 

fencing.   300   rods,    $182;    groceries  and   provisions,    $113.88;     platform   scales, 

1   set,    $48.66  ;    express,    30c 602   82 

Great  West  Saddlery  Co.,  Calgary :    horse  collars,  2,   $18.34  ;    blankets,   2,   $10.83  ; 

harness  supplies,   $2.20 

Hamilton,  A.   C,  Golden,  hay,    1.43   tons 

Henderson,  Jas.  &  Sons,  Golden:    brick,   600,   $26;    windows,    7,   $52;    wood   fibre. 

$11  ;    small  items,  $6.32 

Hudson's  Bay  Co.,  Calgary,  electric  fixtures 

Imperial   Oil,   Ltd.,   Calgary,   gasoline,    136.5   gal 

Kerr.  (H.  H.),  Motor  Co.:    drive  pinion  and  gear,  $45.75;    tubes,  2,  $16.80;    Willard 

battery,   $66.60  ;    various  repairs  and  accessories,   $54.35 

Massey-Harris  Co.,   Calgary,   set  of  bobsleighs 

Morrison,   W.    C,    Field,   horseshoeing 

Parsons,  H.  G..  Golden:    paint,  2  gal..  $13.84;    varnish,  6  gal.,   $44.48 

Postmaster,  Field :    postage  stamps,  $80  ;    rent  of  p.  o.  box,  $5 

Revelstoke   Sawmill   Co.,   Calgary,   shingles,    13   M 

Tuckwell,   F.,    Field,    horseshoeing 

Payments  under  $25:   auto  hire,  $22.50;    blacksmith's  coal,  800  lb..  $15.20;    building 

chimney,  $15;    hardware  and  tools,  $24.75;    horseshoeing.  $16.50;    snowshoes,  1 

pr.,   $13  ;    small  items,   $33.07 140  02 

Highway    Work — Travaux    de   voirie 

Black,  R.  L.,  Instrument  man,  .Sept.  29  to  Oct.  31  at  $4.50.  resident  engineer,  Nov. 

1    to    Mar.     8    at    $1.680 744    63 

Brooks,  E.,  commissary  clerk,  Dec.  30  to  Feb.  28  at  $900 154  84 

Clarke,    O.,    balance   of   wages   due   from    1919 23  50 

Duffy,  S.  C.,  jr.  engineering  clerk,  July  1  to  Sept.  13  at  $3  per  d 225  00 

Fitzgerald,  R.  R.,  instrument  man.  June  17  to  July  20  at  $4;  engineer,  July  21  to 

.   Oct.   4   at   $1,680,   $483.74;    bonus.    $8.69 492   43 

Hanson,    O.,    employment   clerk,    Aug.    12    to   Oct.    31    at    $900 198   39 

McGregor,   J.   G..   resident   engineer,   April   1    to  Nov.    21,   noon,   at   $1.800 1,152  50 

McSwain,  M.  J.,  jr.  engineering  clerk,  Aug.   11  to  Mar.   31.  less  8  d.,  at  $3 675   00 

Mellish.   J.    F.,   engineer,    July    1   to   Mar.    31    at    $1.SOO 1.350   00 

Meyers.    E.   G.,    engineering   clork.    Aug.    1    to   Dec.    10,   less   2    d.,   at   $3.50 455   00 

Mitchell.  J.  H..  engineer.  July  1  to  Feb.  28  at  $1,680,  $1,120;    bonus,   $36.13 1,156  13 

Porritt,   N.   B.,   field  draughtsman,   July    14    to   Mar.    31,   less    2   d.   at    $4 1,036   00 

Simons.  P.  W..  bridge  foreman,  July  1  to  Sept.  30,  and  15  working  days  In  October 

at    $2,100 625   96 

Tutt,    J.,    commissary    clerk,    July    1    to    Dec.    30    at    $240 119   35 

Wilkins,   A.  G.,   engineer.  July   1  to  Feb.   28.   less  6  d..  at  $1,680 1.092  90 

Blacksmiths  at  80c.   per  h..   $4,  at  75c.,  $505.50,  at*  70c.,   $1,548.05,  at   65c..   $499.20.  2,556   75 


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Bridge    carpenters   at    80c.    per   h.,    $130.80,    at    75c,    $1,686.36;    carpenters    at    75c. 

per    h.    1328.87 2,146   03 

Chainmen    at    $2.75    per    d.,    $211.75,    at    $2.50,    $402.50 614   25 

Cooks  and  cookees  at  $135  per  m.,  $135,  at  $125,  $3,440.42,  at  $115,  $490.04,  at 
$1.10,  $110,  at  $100,  $290.63,  at  $90,  $564.97,  at  $85,  $262.59,  at  $80,  $928.52, 
at   $75,    $30.24,    at    $65,    $50.32,    at    $60,    $24.19 6,326   92 

Engineering   helpers   at   $3.50,    $129.50,   at    $80   per   m.,    $59.35 188   85 

Foremen    at    75c.    per   h.,    $1,678.50,    at    70c.,    $539,    at    65c.,    $1,459.25 3,676   75 

Graderman  at  65c.  per  h 211   25 

Labourers  at  65c.  per  h.,  $102.38,  at  60c.,  $18,206.10,  at  55c.,  $20,367.88.  at  50c., 
$4,924,  at  $125  per  m.,  $25.46,  total,  $43,625.82,  less,  $25,341.56,  board  and 
stores  account  for  various  employees,  and  $10.97,  wages  paid  A.  Marquis,  cook 
by     Rocky     Mountains     Park 

Powdermen   at    65c.    per   h.,    $76.05,   at   60c.,    $123.60,    at   55c.,    $56.93 

Rodraen    at    $3    per    d.,    $1,377,    at    $2  50,    $120 

Straw  bosses  at   65c.  per  h.,   $365.95,  at  60c.,   $277.80,   at  55c.,    $126.50 

Subforemen    at    70c.    per    h.,    $624.05,    at    65c.,    $478.40,    at    60c.,    $234 

Teamsters,  stable  bosses,  etc.  at  $140  per  m.,  $188.45,  at  $135,  $1,879.38,  at  $130, 
$3,455.87,    at    $125,    $1,978.36,    at    70c.    per   h..    $56.70,    at    65c.,    $111.15 

Teamsters  with  team  at  $1.20  per  h.,  $7,265.40,  at  $1.10,  $13,062.74,  at  $11  per  d., 
$561 

Timbermen  at  70c.  per  h.,  $193.20,  at  65c.,  $3,079.37,  at  60c.,  $3,199.20,  at  55c., 
$1,596.11 

Timekeepers  at   $3   per   d.,    $171,   at   $100   per   m.,    $176.67,   at   $90,    $167.51 

Truck  drivers  at  $130  per  m.,   $144.44,  at  $125,   $396.61,   at   $120,   $27.69 

Beattie,   A.   C.  :   fares,   $14.60;   board,    $54;   small   items,    95c 

Black,    R.   L. :    fares,    $54.05;    board,    $267.95;    express,    $12.34;    sundries,    $6.85 341   19 

Davidson,  C.  A.  :  fares,  70c.  ;  board,  $44.72  ;  telegrams  and  phones,  $20.66  ;  postage, 

$16.90;     brooms,     $7.50 90   48 

Fitzgerald,    R.    R.  :    fares    and    pullmans,    $36.35;    board,    $134.70;    freighting,    $54; 

express,    $3.07  ;    postage,    $6  ;    small    items.    $8.60 242    72 

McGregor,  J.  G. :  fares  and  pullmans,  $52.70;  board  and  lodging,  $593.45;  tele- 
grams,   $6.51;    small    items.    $12.85 665   51 

Mellish,  J.  F. :  fares  and  pullmans,  $78.35:  board,  $465.75;  freighting,  $82;  photo- 
graphic expenses,  $11.80;  horseshoeing,  $6.25;  postage,  $8;  small  items, 
$7.44 

Meyers,    E. :     fares,     $3.35 ;    board,     $216.13 

Mitchell,    J.    H. :    fares,    $18.40;    board,    $28.75;   postage,    $15;    small    items,    $1.55.. 

Porritt.    N.    B. :    fares,    $4.80;    board,    $427;    express,    $5.61;    postage,    $5 

Smith,    W.,    fares 

Steel,   J.   R. :   transportation,   $15  ;   hire  of  saddle   horse,    $7.50 

Stinson,  J.  N. :  fares,  $318.40;  board,  $500.80;  motor  hire,  $37;  postage,  $17; 
express,    $6.90;    small    items,    $15.90 

Taylor,  R.  R. :  fares,  $9.05  ;  board,  $15.55  ;  freighting,  $3    

Wardle,  J.  M. :  fares  and  pullmans,  $559.75  ;  board,  $326.80  ;  car  hire,  $162  ;  express, 
$23  ;  postage,  $61  ;  photo  work  and  supplies,  $7.25  ;  gratuities,  $10.10  ;  small 
items,    $18.85 1,168   75 

Wilkins,  A.   G. :  fares,  $94.10;  board  and  lodging,  $353.05;  postage,   $26;   telegrams 

and    phones,    $6.69;    express,    $6.45;    small    items,    $1.55 487   84 

Expenses  of  various  employees:  fares,  $46.55;  board,  $379.76;  berths,  $1.50:  tele- 
grams,   66c 

Ackland,  D.,  &  Son,  Winnipeg,  oak  lumber,   768  ft.  .'.'.'...'..'....'............  .....' 

Ainslie,   J.,  Calgary,    freight 

Alberta   Govt.    Telephones,    long  distance    calls 

Alberta  Pacific  Grain  Co..  Calgary:  oats.  22.5  tons  at  $80.5  0,  22.5  tons  at  $68, 
3    tons   at   $34.50.    599.84   bush.,    $539.86,    total,    $3,984.61.    less   freight,    $15.75. 

Alton,   T.,  Galena,    lumber 

Ashdown  (J.  H.),  Hardware  Co.,  Calgary:  air-tight  heaters,  6,  $25.50;  anvils,  2. 
$49.40;  axe  handles,  2  doz.,  $16.40;  axes,  2  doz..  $43.69;  camp  stoves.  2, 
$191.50;  caps,  dynamite,  25  boxes,  $68.75;  chain,  100  ft.,  $26.64;  coal,  black- 
smiths', 3.547  tons,  $138.09;  cook  stove,  $28.48;  dynamite,  48  boxes,  $641.16; 
fuse,  4,500  ft.,  $65.25;  hardware  and  tools,  $236.84;  horseshoes,  22  sets,  $14.27; 
lanterns.  28.  $35.25;  peaviee,  8,  $31.03;  pick  handles.  7.5  doz.,  $40.88;  picks.  2 
doz.,  $34.06;  pick  mattocks.  IJ  doz..  $24.85;  rope,  100  ft.,  $12.63;  round  iron, 
1.281  lb.,  $96.11;  shovels,  2  doz..  $35.21;  timber  dolly  roller  steel,  $20.40;  tool 
steel,    206    lb..    $44.54;    vises,    2,    $42.75;    small    items,    $5.23 1.968   91 

Atlantic  Pacific  Lumber  Co.,  Vancouver,   lumber  23,244   ft.,    $1,175.53,   le=!S  freight 

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IXTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K — 141 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.   1 

Canadian  National  Parki — Continued — Pares  nationauK  canadiens — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought   forward    •. 714.908   28 

Highway  Work — Continued — Travaux  de  voirie — Suite 

Banff  Motor  Co.:   auto   accessories  and    repairs,    $23.80;   auto  hire,   etc.,    $16 39   80 

Bishop,    W.,    Calgary,    freight    paid    on    team,    Calgary    to    Temple .«.  .  .  28   80 

Blakley,    J.   S.,   Golden,  B.C.:   auto    hire.    $52;   board    and    lodging,    $46.25;    freight 

on   truck,   $27.50;  repairs  and  accessories  for  truck,   $11.35;    small   items,    $11.  148   10 

British  America  Paint  Co.,  Calgary:  linseed  oil,   40  gal.,   $60.04;   red  lead,   500   lb., 

$85.50;    containers,    5,    $6.05,   total,    $151.59.    less    freight.    $1.88 

Broadfoot,    S.,    Athalmer :    freighting    and    cartage,    $60;    small    items,     $5.60.... 

Brown,    W.   H..   Eldon    Siding,    lumber,    9.400    ft 

Burns.  (P.,    &    Co.,   Calgary :    provisions,    $2,926.98  ;    express,    $58.78 

Calgary    Iron   Works:    bolts,    nuts    and    washers.    $38.80;    drUt   bolts,    400,    $83.30; 

socket    w^rench    and    reducers,    $35.50  ;    small    items,    $8.39 

Calgary  Saddlery  Co. :  harness  supplies,  $19.12;  wood  hames,  6  pr.,  $21.21;  express, 

$1.45     

Canadian    Fairbanks-Morse    Co.,    Calgary:    graders    and    attachments,    2,    $256.34; 

freight,    $8.51 264   85 

Canadian    Ingot    Iron    Co.,    Calgary:    wheel    scraiiers,    2,    $201.96;    Sidney    plough. 

$54;    small    items,    $10.10 266   06 

Can.    Pac.    Ry.    Co..    freight 2.058   23 

Can.    Pac.    Ry.    Co.'s    Telegraph,    telegrams 257   56 

Canadian    Inspection    and    Testing  Co.,    Montreal,    inspecting    structural    steel    for 

bridge    for    Athabaska    river 52   89 

Case    (J.   I.),   Co..   Calgary,    rooter   plough 45   00 

Cockshutt    Plow    Co..    Calgary:    Adams    heavy    sleighs,     4,    $311.23;    scrapers,     2, 

$36.06  ;     freight,     $2.03 349   32 

Columbia  River  Lumber  Co.,  Golden,  lumber,   1,001   ft 51  00 

Coughlan,  J.,  &  Sons,  Vancouver,  structural  steel  and  various  material  for  building 

bridges     1,173   39 

Cuehing    (A.    B.),  (Lumber  Co.,   Calgary,    sashes,    48 130   40 

Deere    (John),  Plow  Co.,  Calgary:  graders,   4.   $244.03;   plough  shares,   12,   $88.50; 

wagon    reaches,    2,    $10.91;    freight.    $4.09 347   53 

Dominion    Bridge  Co.,  Winnipeg,    structural   steel,   etc..   for   building   bridges 3,590  00 

Dominion  Equipment  and  Supply  Co.,  Winnipeg:  wheel  scrapers,  3,  $357.54  ;  freight, 

$44.65    402   19 

Dunlop  Tire  &  Rubber  Goods  Co.,  Calgary:  casings,   4,   $166.96;   tubes,  6,  $32.58; 

freight.    $1.65    20119 

Rau  Claire  &  Bow  River  Lumber  Co.,  lumber,  5,004  ft 230  00 

rvimonton  Tent  &  Mattress  Co.:  tents,   2  at  $280,   3  at  $75.   3  at   $47.50;   flys,  6  at 

$56;    freight,    56c 1,264   06 

Ferguson   Supply   Co.,   Calgary:    dump    wagon    and    attachments,    $151.50;    plough 

shares,   2,   $25.26  ;   express,    $1.20 

General   Supply  Co.   of  Canada,   Winnipeg,    wheel   scrapers,   2 

Goodyear  Tire  &   Rubber  Co.:   casings.    4.    $163.30;    tubes.    4    at    $5.15 

Great  West  Saddlery  Co.,  Calgary,  harness  supplies 

Grimness.   iH.    C,    Banff:    cartage.    $397.20;    unloading    lumber,    etc..    $25.80 

Gummow,  T.,  Mt.  Castle:  transportation  of  men  and  equipment.  $32.25:  meals,  $7. 

Halliday.    A.    A.,  Crossfield,   hay,    20.45    tons 

Hamilton,  B.  G.,  Invermere :  tent.  $40  ;  freight  and  cartage,  $2.50    

Herdman  &  Brown,  Olds,  hay,   13.43   tons 

Hume.    C.    B.,    &    Co..    Revelstoke :    provisions,    $297.69:    small    items,    -510.24 

Imperial   Oil,   Ltd.,  Calgary:   coal  oil,    45    gal.,    $18;    gasoline,    957.5    gal.,    $527.41: 

oil,  $41.35:  steel  drums.  19  at  $15:  small  items,  $5.26,  total,  $877.02,  less  allow- 
ance   for   14    steel    drums    returned    (less   cartage    and    freight),    $208.60 

Ingram,    A.,   Banff,    freight    on    team.    Calgary    to    Temple 

Invermere  Construction  &   Supplies,  lAd. :   detonators.    3   boxes.    $9  :    fuses.    9   coils, 

$14.40  :  hardware  and   tools.  $26.05  ;  horseshoe.s.   20   lb.,  -59.80  ;  kitchen  utensils, 

$53.50  ;  round  iron,  118  lb..  $11.80  :  small  items,  $17.80 142   35 

Invermere    Contracting    Co. :    auto    accessories    and    repairs,    $20  ;    bran,    5    sacks, 

$13.75;  hay,    .504  tons.   $32.75;  oats.   10  sacks,   $55;  small   items,   $10.87.. 

Invermere    Meat    Market,    meat 

Kerr    (H.    H.),   .Motor  Co..    Calgary:    auto    repairs    and    accessories.    $16.53:    front 

springs  for  car.  3,  $48  ;  express,  90c 

KIrstin    (A.   J.),    Canadian    Co.:    stump    puller.    $219;    freight.    $14.15 

Lake  &  Co. :   Athalmer:   oats.    .5    tons.    $52.50;   freight.    $2.40 

McCullough,    J.    A.,    Radium    Hot    Springs:    board    and    lodging,    $113;    freighting. 

200  h.   at    $1.20.   total,    $353.    less    $17.    feed   supplied   for   team 

Macdonald.  J.,  Athalmer,  hire  of  pack  horse,  25  d 

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K — 142  AUDITOR  GENERAUS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.  1922 

Canadian  National  Parks — Continued — ^Faros  nationanz  oanadiens — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought  forward 733,904   53 

Highway  Work — Concluded — Travaux  de  voirie — Fin 

McLennan,  Mo^^eely  &  Co.,  Vancouver:  hardware  and  tools,  $42.15;  key  truss 
wrenches,  2,  $21.50;  pulley  blocks,  6,  $29.61;  ship  augers,  17,  $52.24;  snatch 
blocks,    3.   $49.95;   steel,    67   lb.,    $10.05;    timber   carriers,    3,    $13.20;    vise,    $28; 

vulcan  chain  pipe  wrench,  $15.75;  freight,  $18.41;  small  items,   $6.83 287  69 

MoPherson   &    Beam,    Revelstoke,   meals    supplied    R.   iR.    Fitzgerald's   engineering 

party,   78  d.   at  50c 39   00 

Magnet  Store,  Banff:  coal  oil,  81  cases,  $51.40;  coal  oil,  sundry  amounts,  $1.56; 
provisions,  $5,211.67 ;  kitchen  utensils,  $22.95  ;  soap  and  various  cleaning 
supplies,    $15.72;    washing    powder,    2    cases,    $18.24,    72    lb.,    $9.36;    freight, 

$85.09  ;  express,   $10.41 ;  small  items,   $3.42 5,429  82 

Metals,    Ltd..   Calgary:    horseshoes,    200    lb.,    $22.58;    round    iron,    216    lb.,    $14.47; 

small  items,  $7.85 44  90 

Mussens,   Ltd.:    Bateman   drag  scrapers,    18   at    $19.70;   sales   tax,    $3.55 358   15 

Nixon,    W.,   Invermere,   rent   of  cabin,   Oct.    15,    1920,    to   Feb.    28,    1921 45   00 

Parson,  H.   G..  Golden,  B.C.:   provisions,    $122.82;    sundries,    $6.95;    express,    $3.43.  133   20 

Pllkington   Bros.,  Calgary:    461   lb.   red    lead,    25   gal.   boiled   oil,   and    5  containers.  159   25 

Pitts  &  Hankey,  Invermere:  coal  oil.  lOi  cases,  $65.25;  gold  dust,  26  boxes,  $14.80; 
matches.   31   boxes,   $21.55;   oats,    3   sacks,    $13.05;   provisions,   $6,539.93;   soap, 

3    cases.    $28.80,    258    bara,    $26.40;    small    items,    $17.31 6,727   09 

Rande,     A.,    cartage 103   20 

Reld    (H.   H.),   Co.,  Calgary,   paroid   roofing,    24   rolls 126  00 

Revillon  Bros.,  Edmonton:  camp  heaters.  12.  $302.82;  stove  pipes,  $33.04;  snow- 
shoes,    9    pr.,    $49.40;    freight,    $35.63 420   89 

Revelstoke    Meat    Market,    meat 34  69 

Revelstoke   Sawmill   Co.,    lumber 326  00 

Riverside  Iron  Works,  Calgary,  foundry  work  and   material 68  75 

Sabulite  Explosives  Ltd.,  Vancouver:  blasting  caps,  5  boxes,  $17.88;  explosives,  30 

cases,  $378.47  ;  fuses,  15  cases,  $26.25    422   60 

Shannon    (R.   P.),   Lumber  Co.,   Vancouver,   lumber,   28,809   ft 1,520  87 

Simpson,  K.  R.,  &  Co.,  Calgary,  hay,  21 . 5  tons   598  00 

Smith,  E.  F.,  Edgewater:  hay,  30.017  tons,  $1,100;  oats,  i  ton,  $19.62   1.119   62 

Smlth-Hutchinson  Lumber  Co.,  Vancouver,  lumber,  63,568  ft 2,032  27 

Snowdon,    C.    C,    Calgary:    boiled    linseed    oil,    15    gal.,    $50.04;    red    lead,    498    lb.. 

$120.92;    turpentine,    5    gal.,    $22.81     193  77 

Standlsh,  G.  E.,  &  Co.,  Banff:  construction  tools  and  supplies,  $852.82;  cooking 
utensils,  $34.22;  lumber,  1,154  ft.,  $72.37;  rim  lock  sets,  2,  $2.50;  roofing  paper, 

21  rolls,  $117  ;  tar  paper,  21  rolls,  $53.65   1,132   56 

Sullivan,   P.    B.,   Radium    Hot    Springs:    black   powder,    12    tins,    $39;    construction 

tools,    $18.45     57   45 

Union    Iron   &   Foundry   Co.,    Calgary:    machine   bolts,    130,    $56.37;    .small    items, 

$7.57    63   94 

United  Grain  Growers,  Ltd.,  Calgary:  oats,  11.5  tons,  $659.50;  wagons,  2,  $309.80; 

wagon  boxes,   2,   $12.45    981   75 

Veteran's  Meat  Market,  Banff:  meat  and  fish,  $459.44  ;  express,   $18.15    477   59 

Western  Canada  Flour  Mills  Co.,  Calgary,  feed  oats,  6   tons    314   10 

White,  Dave  &  Co.,  Banff:  construction  material,  $68.77;  groceries  and  pro- 
visions, $6,914.55;  kitchen  utensils,  etc.,  $253.05;  motor  supplies,  $100.47; 
oil   cloth,   29   yd.,   $22.70 ;    soap  and  matches,    $77.27  ;    snow   shoes,    4    pr.,    $24  ; 

freight  and  express,  $156.35  ;   small   Items,   $28.36    7,645   52 

Wood,  Vallance  &  Adams,  Calgary:  adzes,  74,  $134.34;  anvils,  1,  $18;  axe  handles, 
16i  doz.,  $108.50;  axes,  12,  $33;  blacksmiths'  coal,  $17.88;  blacksmiths'  forge, 
$12.42;  construction  material,  $32.55;  crow  bars,  6,  $13.92;  drill  steel,  123 
ft.,  $32.91;  hammers,  9,  $13.04;  hardware  and  tools,  $88.07;  harness  supplies, 
$30.21;  heaters,  22,  $102.82;  nails,  common,  $64.55,  horseshoe,  $10.35;  pick 
handles,   3   doz.,    $14.25;   rope,    450   ft.,    $40.28;    round   iron,   $14.82;    tar   paper, 

6  rolls,  $9  ;  wagon  trees,  2^  doz.,  $33.24    824   15 

Payments  under  $25:  bobsleighs,  1  set,  $10;  board,  lodging  and  feed,  $10.75; 
freight,  $28.80;  horseshoeing,  horshoes,  etc.,  $28;  majestic  heater,  $16.50; 
mutton,  102  lb.,  $22.44;  preserving  pots,  etc.,  $16.40;  rent  of  cabin,  $16.83: 
repairs    to    typewriter,    $28.50;    stationery,    office    supplies,    etc.,    $15.62;    small 

items.    $30.10    223   94 

Payments  to  contractors  on  progress  estimates:  Stephen,  J.  A.,  Banff -Windermere 
Highway,  $14,059.50 ;  McPherson  &  Beam,  Mt.  Revelstoke  Highway, 
$4,416.22    18,475   72 

Carried   forward    784,292   01 


INTERKUt   DEPART UENT:  EXPENDITURE  K — 143 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 

Canadian  National  Parks — Concluded — Pares  nationanz   canadiens — Fin         $        cte. 

Brought    forward    784,20'3   01 

A  djustments — Rectifications 

Balances  In  the  hands  of  superintendents,  etc.,  Mar.  31,  1921:  Bevan,  <;.  A., 
Waterton  Lakes,  $89. 2? ;  Coxford,  A.,  Elk  Island  Park,  $2  ;  Davidson,  C.  A., 
foreman,  highway  engineering,  $274.10;  Driscoll,  A.,  engineer,  40c.;  Gray, 
A.  W.,  highway  engineer,  $1  ;  McTaggart,  W.  B.,  Buffalo  Park,  $10.21;  Maun- 
der, F.  E.,  Revelstoke  Park,  50c.;  Rogers,  S.  M.,  Ja.sper  Park,  49c.;  Russell, 
E.    N.,   Yoho   Park,    $1.84    .179    77 

Balance  due  superintendents.   Mar.   3],   1920:  Bevan,  G.  A.,  Waterton  Lakes  Park, 

$1  ;   Conover,  F.   H..   Pointe  Pelee,   24c 1    24 

Living,  A.  H.,  advance  charged  in  error  to  Canadian  National  Parks  instead  of  to 

Northwest  Game  and   Migratory   Birds    200   00 

McHugh,   B.,   Antelope   Park,   amount   refunded   in   error   to   Northwest   Game   and 

Migratory  Birds  instead  of  to  Canadian  National  Parks    50   SO 

784,929   82 
Lhss — Deductions  as  below   53,924  67 

Net  expenditure — Canadian  National  Parks   731,005   IB 


Deductions^Diductiona 

Balances  in  the  hands  of  superintendents,  etc..  Mar.  31,  1920:  Coxford,  A.,  Elk 
Island,  $2  :  Driscoll.  A.,  engineer,  40c.  ;  Gray,  A.  W.,  highway  engineer,  $1  ; 
McHugh,  B.,  Antelope  Park,  25c.;  McTaggart,  W.  B.,  Buffalo  Park,  $10.21; 
Maunder,  F.  E.,  Revelstoke  Park,  50c.;  Rogers,  S.  M.,  Jasper  Park,  $1.07; 
RusKoll,  E.  N.,  Yoho  Park,  $1.84    

Balances  due  Bui)erintendents,  Mar.  31,  1921;  Conover,  F.  H.,  Point  Pelee,  $14.26; 
Fortier,  L.  M.,  Fort  Anne,  $50.70  ;  McHugh,  E.,  Antelope  Park,  $5.30    

Maunder,  F.  E.,  refund  of  balance  on  hand  from  1918-19    

Alberta  Government,  refund  of  Kanana.skis  phone  commission,  $22.52,  less  $21.23, 
actual  amount  of  commission  paid  out  of  expenditure  for  1920-21    

Blowett,  W.   L.,   buffalo  meat  sold  him    

Can.  Pacific  Railway:  payment  re  extinguishing  fires  at  Yoho  and  Rocky  Moun- 
tains Park,  $17.80;  use  of  horses  for  road  work,  $30;  refund  of  overpayment 
for   freight,    $3.51    

Dept.  of  Agriculture,  jiayment  for  expenses  re  Cattalo 

Dom.  Express  Co.,  box   lost  in  transit    

New  York  Zoo,  refund  of  cost  of  crates  for  shipping  animals    

Stauffer-Dobble,  refund  for  towels  returned  wrongly  lettered    

Supt.  Jasper  Park:  keep  of  horse  for  R.C.M.P.,  April  1  to  Nov.  20,  1920,  $233.33; 
feeding  impounded  cattle,  $6 ;  floor-wax  sold,  3  lb.,  $1.41 ;  blueprints  sold, 
$7    247   74 

Supt.  Rocky  Mountains  Park  :  cement  sacks  returned,  $370.05  ;  refund  of  damages 
to  putting  green  by  some  unknown  person,  $20  ;  meals  for  highway  engineering 
men,  $2.80 ;  amount  received  from  various  parties  for  hospital  attendance, 
etc..   $333.49    720   34 

Workmen's  Compensation  Board:  amount  received  re  illness  of  various  employees: 

Curren,  J.,  $29.71;  Gladstone,  J.  W.,   $45.10;  Reeves,  A.  H.,  $96.56 171    37 

Miscellaneous  reclassification (Page  K — 166)         24.034   74 

Provi8k)nal  allowance (Page  K— 166)         27,422  22 


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Administration  of  North-West  Game   and  Migratory  Birds  Act 
Administration  de  la  Loi  dn  gibier  et  des  oiseanx  migratenrs  du  N.-O. 

Services  at  Ottawa    (Pagf  K— 30)  2,960   00 

General  Expenses — D^penses  genirales 

Lloyd,  H.,  Ottawa  to  Victoria,  etc.,  and  return,  $846.08,  less  $4  for  2  gasoline  cans 
sold :  Ottawa  to  Toronto  and  return,  2  trips,  $62.02 ;  Ottawa  to  St.  John, 
Halifax,  etc.   and  return,   $200.10;   sundry   travel,   etc..   $21.02 1.125   22 

Sparks,  N.  C.,  Ottawa  to  Quebec  and  return 131  23 

Wood  Buffalo  Herders,  Game  Wardens,  Fort  Smith — 

Berens,  D.,  April  4  to  June  30,  less  i   d.  at  $600    143   33 

Bloomfield.  J. :  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $720  ;  bonus.  $222 942   00 

McNeil,  W. :  .salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $960;  arrear.s.  $60;  bonu.s.  $420 1.440   00 

Carried  forward 6,741   78 


K 144  AUDITOR  GEyERAL'S  REPDRT,  1920-1921    ' 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Administration  of   North-"We8t   Game  and  Migratory   Bird  Act — Con.         $         cts. 

Administration  de  la  I<oi  du  gibier  et  des  oiseauz  migratenrs  dn  "S.-O. 

— Suite 

BrougM  forward   6,741    78 

General    Expenses — Continued — Depenses    generales — Suite 

Game  wardens,   etc. — 

Christie.  R.  T.,  asst.  migratory  bird  warden,  Windsor:  salary,   April  1-Dec.   31 

at  $1,080,  Jan.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,140,  $1,095  ;  bonus,   $420 

Day,  C.  B.,  asst.  migratory  bird  warden.  Moncton  :   salary,  April   1   to  Dec.  31 

at  $1,080,  Jan.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,140,  $1,095  ;  bonus,  $192 

DeVany,  J.  L.,  asst.  migratory  bird  warden,  Annapolis  Royal:  salary,  12  m.  to 

Mar.   31.   $1,080  ;   bonus,   $420 

Lewis,  H.  F.,  migratory  bird  warden,  Bergerville :  salary,  Nov.  1  to  Mar.  31  at 

$1,500,    $625  ;    bonus,    $145 

Miner,  J.,  game  warden,  Kingsville,  June   1   to  Mar.   31   at  $300 

Munro,  J.   A.,   migratory  bird  warden,   Okanagan   Landing :    salary,   Nov.    8    to 

Mar.  31  at  $1,500,  $595.83  ;  bonus,  $138.23 

Parham,  G.  E.,  game  warden,  Vasseau  Lakes,  April  1  to  May  31  and  Oct.  1  to 

Mar.  31  at  $300 

Rowe,  P.  G.,   asst.   migratory  bird  warden,   Coleman :    salary,   April   1   to  Dec. 

31  at  $1,080,  Jan.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,140,   $1,095;  bonus,   $192 

Smith,  H.  A.  P.,  asst.  migratory  bird  warden,  Digby:  salary,   12  m.  to  Mar.   31, 

less    6   d.   April,   at   $1,080 ;   overpayment,    1    d.   April,    refunded    to   Casual 

Revenue,   $3  ;   $1,065  ;   bonus,   $413 

Tufts,  R.  W.,  migratory  bird  warden,  "Wolfville :  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.   31,  less 

4  d.  April,  at   $1,500,    $1,483.33  ;   bonus,   $344.13 

Travelling  expenses,  etc. — 

Christie,  R.  T. :  expenses  of  constable  in  pursuit  of  violators  of  game  laws.  $30  ; 

travelling  expenses,   $1,682.10 

Day,  C.   B.,  travelling  expenses 

De   Vany,   J.    L.,    travelling    expenses 

Kitto   P.    H.,   expenses   of   patrol    of   buffalo   country:     guides,     18     d.     at     $3; 

provisions,  $71.15  ;  horse  hire,  35  d.  at  $1 160   15 

Lewis,  H.  F. :  packing  and  cartage  of  seized  birds,   $11.75;   rent  of  typewriter, 

5  m.,  $25  ;  translation  into  French  of  official  memorandum,  $10  ;  travelling 
expenses,    $871.43 918   i§ 

Munro,  J.  A.  :  auto  repairs  and  accessories,  $144.15  ;  freight  on  motor  car, 
$56.55  ;  license  for  car,  $15  ;  unloading  and  assembling  car,  $5  ;  travelling 
expenses,    $911.79 

Pickels,  Capt.  H.  C,  expenses  New  York  to  Ottawa  and  return 

Rowe,  P.  G. :  advance  to  Corporal  Fraser  for  travelling  expenses,  $19;  travel- 
ling expenses,  $1,602.76  ;    sundries,  $5.60 

Smith,  H.  A.  P.:  gasoline,  35  gal.,  $20.30;  travelling  expenses.  $1,118.19;  small 
items,    $1.30 

Tufts,  R.  W.  :  advance  to  Corporal  Fraser  for  travelling  expenses,  $50;  aut. 
repairs  and  accessories,  $64.40;  cartridges.  175.  $14.43;  expenses,  securing 
specimens  of  shelldrake,  $51.35  ;  freight  on  motor  cars,  $359.59  ;  travelling- 
expenses,    $1,506.34  ;     small    items,    $7 

General  Expenses — 

Bonnycastle-Dale,  H.  J.,  Port  Joli,  N.S.,  natural  history  photographs,  21  at 
$2.50 

Card.  G.  G.,  Fort  Smith:  services,  1921,  $100  ;  horse,  $200  ;  hire  of  saddle  horse, 
36  d.  at  $1 

Cormier,  A.,  Esquimault  Point,  expenses  incurred  by  P.  Blais  in  notifying 
people  in  vicinity  of  changes  in  the  open  season  under  the  Migratory  Birds 
Convention    Act 

Department  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery:  printing,  $2,072.64;  stationery, 
$280.80  ;  parliamentary  publications,   $48.80 

Hudson's  Bay  Co.,  Fort  Smith:  wages  of  Dick  Berens,  special  patrol  to  Peace 
Point  and  return,  13  d.  at  $2  ;  hardware  and  tools,  $15.50;  windows,  2  at  $4 

Imperial  Oil  Co. :  gasoline,  70  gal.  at  47c.  ;  oil,  15  gal.,  $12.37  ;  containers,  3, 
$3.90 

Job,  H.  K. :  fee  for  lecture  on  bird  protection,  $50;  expenses  New  Haven  to 
Ottawa  and  return,  $66.45 

McNeil,  W.  &  Broomfield,  J.,  use  of  dog  team  on  wood  buffalo  patrol,  Nov.  1, 
1919,  to  April  15,  1920,   167  d.  at  $1.50 

Northern  Trading  Co.,   Edmonton,    freight 

O'Brien,  E.  L.,  Bathurst,  X.B.,  court  and  witness  fees.   King  vs.   R.   Gibbs. 

Carried   forward    


1,515 

00 

1,287 

00 

1,500 

00 

770 
250 

00 
00 

734 

06 

200 

00 

1,287 

00 

1,478 

00 

1,S27 

46 

1,712 
1,890 
1,571 

le 

29 
56 

1,132 
61 

49 
S? 

1,627 

36 

1,139 

79 

2,053 

11 

52 

50 

336 

00 

28 

00 

2.402 

24 

49 

50 

49 

17 

116 

45 

250 

165 

66 

50 
76 
10 

33,373 

36 

2,200 

25 

174 

00 
00 
81 

144 

70 

40 
61 

40 

90 

89 
140 

20 
14 

ISTKIilOH  DEPARTMENT:  EXJ'E.X niTUUE  K-  145 

SESvSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Administration   of   North-West   Game   and   Migratory    Bird    Act — Con.         $         eta. 

Administration  de  la  lioi  du  g^bier  et  des  oiseanx  migrateurs  dn  N.-O. 

—Suite 

Krought    t'oiwurd     38,373    36 

General    Expenses — Continued — Dcpenses   y^niral — Suite 

General  Expenses — Concluded. 

Revillon  Bros.,  Edmonton:  flat-grate  stoves,  2  at  $23.90;  liardware  and  tools, 

J164.35  ;    ornamental    doors,    2    at    $7;    provisions,    $311.80;    rope,    500    ft., 

$14.67  ;  screen  doors,  4  at  $7  ;  tents,  2,  $57.50  ;  vise,  $17.50  ;  window  sashes, 

12,   $20.40;   wire  staples,    250    lb.,    $20.25;    packing   and   wrapping   charges, 

$19.85  ;  freight,  $16.58  ;  small  items,   $12.50 745   20 

Royal    Canadian    Mounted    Police,    payments    for     wolf     bounty     warrants : 

Edmonton,    $800 ;    Fort    Fitzgerald,    $40 ;    Fort    Norman,    $20 ;    Fort   Rae. 

$260;    Fort   Resolution,    $640;    Fort   Simpson,    $440 

Scharfe,   E.,   Cantley,   P.Q.,   dogs,    2 

.stronach,    K.    S.,    labour    and    material,    etc.,    making    signboards 

Supplies  Co.  of  Canadti,  Ltd. :  camera  wifh  carrying  case,   $82.50  ;   films,   50  at 

55c.  :   proof  paper,   3    gross,    $12.60  ;    sundry   photographic  supplies,    $22.10. 
Toronto  Stamp  &  Stencil  Works:   nickel-plated  badges  printed  and  numbered, 

"Canada   Bird  Protection,"    200,   $40;   government   sales   tax,   40c 

Express:    Can.   Nat.    Express   Co.,    $5.40;   Dominion   Express   Co.,    $56.50 

Telegrams:  Can.  Nat.  Telegraph  Co.,   $23.31;  Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Co.'s.  Telegraph, 

$19.95 ;    G.N.W.    Telegraph    Co.,    $45.94 

Advertising 

I'ayments   under   $25:   cheesecloth.    107   yd.,    $13.3S  ;    oilskin    coat,    $10;    small 

items,    $52.75 76   13 

Expeiises   in    connection   with   reindeer   camp    at    Lobster  Bay 
Depenses  en  rapport  avec  le  catnp  reindeer  a  Lobster  Bay 

Living,   A.   H.,   superintendent:   salary,  June   15   to  Mar.    31    at   $2,460,    $1,954.33; 

bonus,    $190.67 ' 

Living,  A.  H.,  superintendent:  travelling  expenses,   $448.06;   binoculars,   1  pr.,   $35; 

care  of  dogs,   $22.50;   transportation  of  dogs,  $10.50;   small   items,   $19 

Wages  of  reindeeer  herders — 

Beloin,  R.,  Dec.  1  to  .Tan.  31  at  $55  per  m 

Boland,  J.,  April  1  to  Sept.  30  at  $50  per  m 

Drudge,  E.,  April  1  to  May  4,  at  $50,  Sept.  1-30  at  $50,  Oct.   1  to  Jan.  31  at 
$65  ;  overpayment,  55c 

Fequet,  S.,  April  1  to  July  31  at  $60,  August  1  to  Sept.  30,  $135,  Oct.  1  to  Jan. 
31   at   $65 

Kennedy,  C,   Oct.   1   to  Jan.   31   at  $55   per  m 

Wellman,  J.,   April    1   to  June   12    at   $50 

Bate  &  Co.,  Ottawa,  provisions 

Battery  Engineering  &  Supply  Co.,   Ottawa:  overhauling  yacht  Koamcr.   $263.95; 

wages  and  expenses  of  P.  MacMurdo,  taking  boat  to  Montreal,  $83.55 

Birkett,  Thos.    &   Son,   Ottawa:   blow-torch.    $11.50;   hardware   and    tools,    $50.65; 

kitchen    utensils,    $14.98  ;    small    items,     $4.50 

Chinic  Hardware   Co.,   Quebec:   fly  wire.    25   yd.,    $43.75;    galvanized   iron   chimney 

top,  $10.25;  hardware,   tools,   etc.,   $156.97;  kitchen  utensils,  etc.,    $20.80;   oil- 
cloth,   12  yd.   at   $1;   Pyrene  fire   extinguishers,    3   at   $12;   stoves,    3,    $85.25; 

freight,   packing  charges,    etc.,    $14 379  02 

Dept.   of  Indian   Affairs:   overhauling  yacht  lioamer,  $533.42;   gasoline   for  testing 

engine,    $10.20  ;  duty,   $23.42  ;   express,   $1.24  ;   commission  on  wages  advanced 

herders,    $30.50;   gasoline,    48    gal.    at    70c.;    provisions,    $107.90 

Dept.    of    Marine    and    Fisheries:    cleaning    hull    of    yacht    Roamer    for    inspection, 

68 J  h.  at  40c. ;  sleeping  bags,  2,   $25  ;  feather  hoods,  2  at  $1 

Dept.  of   Militia   and   Defence:   blankets,    6   pr.    at   $3;    cordage,    108*    ft.,    $11.93; 

ground    sheets,    6    at    $1.75  ;    hardware   and    tools,    $56.31  ;    sailcloth    covers.    2 

at   $47.50 ;    tents,    3    at    $25.59 ;    tool-chest  with   tools   complete,    $40.35 ;    clasp 

knives,   etc.,   to  be   issued   on  repayment,    $34.30 

ijulf    of    St.    Lawrence    Shipping    and    Trading    Co. :    passage    of    Capt.    Living, 

Quebec  to  Lobster  Bay,    2   trips,    $329.40;  freight,    $398.55;   provisions,    $11.. 
E]astern    Canada    Stevedoring    and    General    Contracting    Co.,    expenses    of    raising 

yacht  Roamer:  labour.   240  h..   $158;   night   watchman,    58   h.,    $56.26;    lumber, 

oakum,    etc.,    $22.62;    cartage,    $9;    towing   yacht,    $4 

Fennell    and    Chandler,    Charlottetown,    barbed    wire,    28    bundles    at    $7.25 

Gignac,  J.  H.,  Ltd.,  Quebec:  lumber  and  building  material,  $570.90;  freight,  $33.25. 
('.ray.  W.   W..  Ottawa:    fence  stretcher,   $16;   wire   fence,   1.280   rods   at   90c.;   wire 

staples,  5  kegs  at  $7.50;  express  on  above  to  Greenly  Island.  $474.75 

Carried     forwai'd 

1— 10k 


2,145 

00 

535 

06 

110 
300 

00 
00 

367 

00 

635 

220 

120 

32 

00 
00 
00 
62 

347 

50 

81 

63 

740 

28 

'54 

40 

343 

16 

738 

95 

249 
203 
604 

88 
00 
15 

1,680 

25 

46,957 

74 

^ 146  AUDITOR  GEl^ERAUiS  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Administration  of   North.- West   Game  and  Migp^atory  Bird  Act — Con.         $         cts. 

Administration  de  la  Loi  dn  gibier  et  des  oiseaux  migratenrs  dn  X.-O. 

— Fin 

Brought    forward    46,957  74 

Expenses  in  connection  with  reindeer  camp  at  Lobster  Bay — Concluded 
DSpenses  en  rapport  avec  le  camp  reindeer  a  Lobster  Bay — ^Fin 

Guy,  J.  P.,  Quebec:  cornmeal,  500  lb.  at  7c.;  Campbell's  soup,  32  doz  tins  at  $2; 

sundry  provisions,   etc.,   $14.21;   small   items,   |5.54 118   7S 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.:  coal  oil,  140  gal.,  $41.30;  gasolme,  601  gal.,   5263.70;  polarine, 

23  gal.,  $26.74  ;  parowax,  $3.45  ;  steel  barrels,  13  at  $15,  3  at  $12.50  ;  polarine 

barrel,    $5 572  69 

Imperial  Tobacco  Co.  of  Canada,  Montreal,  cigarettes  and  tobacco  to  be  issued  on 

repayment 193   41 

Joseph   &   Co.,   Quebec:   matches,    2   cases,    $31.30;   provisions,    $279.35 310  65 

Ketchum   &  Co.,    Ottawa:   cartridges,   1,150,    $93.50;    rifles,   2   at    $87.50;   revolver, 

$30.40  ;  shot  gun,  $70  ;  small  items,  $37.52 406  42 

Lymans,   Ltd.,  Montreal :   drugs,  surgical  instruments,  etc.,   $45.31;  boxes,   2,   60c..  45   91 

MacKenzie,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  clothing,  etc.,  to  be  issued  on  repayment 644  87 

Mercier,  L.  &  Co.,  Quebec :  alcohol,  1  gal.,  $15  ;  brandy,  1  case,  $42 ;  rum,  1  gal., 

$16  ;  freight,  $3.30 76  30 

Nadeau.    .T..    carpenter   work    on    house    at    Lobster    Bay 63  00 

Quebec  Harbour  Commissioners :  use  of  crane  for  lifting  yacht    Roamer,  4  h.,  $28  ; 

small    items,    $3.10 31  10 

Renaud,   J.   B.   &   Co.,   Quebec:   dog  biscuits,    2  boxes,    $13.10;   hardware,    $10.60; 

provisions,    $1,626.44 ;    small  items,    $16.80 ;    tobacco,   pipes    and   oxo   issued   on 

repayment,    $80.60 1,747   54 

Scott,  H.  S.,  &  Co.,  Quebec:  enamel,  2  gal.,  $13;  hardware  and  tools,  $42.88;  paint, 

8  gal.,  $50.01 ;  rope,  172|  lb.,  $47.80 ;  sundry  painters'  supplies,  $25.80 ;  small 

items,  $25.41 204   90 

Express:  Can.  Express  Co.,  $414.54  ;  Dominion  Express  Co.,  $7.92 422  46 

Small  payments:  barometer,   $8.50;  cartage,  etc.,   $28;   flour,  1  brl.,   $18;   hire  of 

motor  boat,   $15 ;   rock  salt,    5   bags,   $9.13  ;   various  expenses,   yacht  Roamer, 

$30  ;  small  items,  $8.24   116  87 

Adjustments — Rectifications 

Living,  A.  H.,  unexpended  balance  of  advances  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue  in 

1921-22 58 


51,913   19 
LiBSS — Deductions  as  below 3,913  59 


Net  expenditure — North  West  Game  and  Migratory  Birds 47,999  60 

Deductions — Deductions 

Broomfield,  J.,  refund  of  freight  charges 1  08 

Clarke,  R.  C,  payment  for  gun  confiscated 5  00 

Living,  A.  H. :  payment  for  cigarettes  charged  in  accounts  of  Imperial   Tobacco 

Co.,  $126  ;  sales  tax  on  same,  $1.26 127  26 

Living,  A.  H.,  advances  charged  in  error  to  Canadian  National  Parks 200  00 

McNeil,  W.,  refund  of  freight  charges 15   50 

McHugh,  E.,  balance  on  hand.   Mar.   31,   1921,  refunded  in  error  to  North  West 

Game  and  Migratory  Birds  instead  of  to  Canadian  National  Parks 5680 

Miscellaneous    reclassification     (Page    K — 166)  410   92 

Provisional    allowance    (Page    K — 166)  3,097   03 


3,913   59 


Reindeer  and  Mnsk  Ox  Commission 
Commission  des.reines  et  des  boeufs  mnsqnes 

B.   M.   Bayless,   Ottawa,   assembling  records  and   transcribing  reports 150  00 

Nelson    R.,    Butcher   &    Co.,    Toronto :    services   of   reporter,    6    d.    at    $8  ;    4    copies 

transcript,    1,743    reporters'    folios   at    30c. ;    travelling    expenses   of   reporters, 

$87.65  ;     exchange,     85c 659   40 

H.  J.  Woodside,  Ottawa,  assembling  records  and  transcribing  reports 250  00 

Travelling    expenses    of   witnesses:    Toronto    to    Ottawa    and    return,    J.    McEvoy, 

$40.70,    Bishop   Recue,    $33.15 ;    J.    B.    Tyrrell,    $33.40 ;    W.    A.   Walton,    $26.15  ; 

New  York  to  Ottawa  and  return,  D.  B.  McMillan,  $40.62 174  02 

Telegrams,  $30.66  ;  caretakers,  $2.50 33  16 

1,266   58 


INTKIUOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 147 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Maps,  Plans  and  Kindred  Publications  of  the  Dominion 
Cartes,  plans  et  publications  similaires   du  Dominion 

Salaries  at    Ottawa — Appointoments    a,   Ottawa (Page  K — 31)         21,436   17 

Travelling?   expenses:     Cutten,   A.   H.,    $112.20;   Lynch,   F.   C.   C,    $25;    Sherrin,   P., 

$99.77  ;  Thomas,  L.  O.,  $G.25 243   22 

Ahearn  &  Soper,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  stereopticon  lamps,  24-250  watt 66   68 

BJrkett  (T.),  &  Son  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  hardware 60  46 

Blanchet,    T.    E.,    Toronto,    copying    plans 66  50 

Bryson,  Graham,  Ltd.,  Ottawa  :  dust  coats,  10,  $37.50  ;  groceries,  $6.40 43  90 

Burke  &  James,  Inc.,  Chicago,  ideal  lanternslide  mats,  99  boxes 83  21 

Canadian  General  Electric  Co.,  Ottawa,  electrical  supplies 124  30 

Canadian  Kodak  Co.,  Toronto  ($3,451.04)  — 

Photo  paper:  azo  hard,  167  gr.,  $472.37;  bromide  paper,  16  x  20,  3  gr., 
$91.69;  13  X  22  and  14  x  17,  12  gr.,  $303.07;  10  yd.  rolls,  24,  $451.88; 
11  X  4,  2  gr.,  $112.01  ;  glossy  velox,  8  x  10,  29  gr.,  $173.42  ;  sundry  paper, 
$68.21   1,672   65 

Plates:  royal  process,  18  x  22,  J  doz.,  $10.64;  4  x  5,  30  doz.,  $49.56;  5x7, 

70  doz.,  $644.64;  ferrotype  plates,  18  x  24,  96  doz.,  $184.19 889   02 

Eastman  Kodak  printer,  $374.07  ;  Eastman  rubber  trays,  21  x  26,  4,  $58.91 ; 
lantern    slide    plate    holders,    84,    $79.91 ;    various    photographic    supplies, 

$376.48   889   37 

Carson    (Hugh),   Co.,   Ottawa:   fibre   filled  glasses,   2,    $56;    trunk,   1,    $7.50;    blue 

felt,   $2.25 65   75 

Cole,    C.    F.,    Co.,    Toronto:    supplies    for    drying    machine,    $28.75;    transparento, 

2  gal.,  $11.50    40  25 

Collector  of  Customs,  duty  on  goods  purchased  in  United  States 143  49 

Commercial  Camera  Co.,  Rochester,  N.Y. :  developer,  132  cases,  $275.40  ;  photostat 

paper,   350  ft..   10,   $341 616  40 

Cooper  Hewitt  Electric  Co.,  Rochester,  N.Y. :   glass  lamp   tubes,   G,   $98.92 ;   lamp 

fixtures,  $6.05 104   97 

Davidson's   (James)    Sons,  Ottawa:  lumber,  $16.68;  picture  mould,  $26.50;  photo- 
graphic copying  board,  $41 84  18 

Dept.    of   Public    Printing   and    Stationery:    printing,    $34,438.58;    stationery,    etc., 

$3,031.73    37,470   31 

Dominion  Textile  Co.,  Montreal,  sheeting,  212J  yd 85  80 

Eastman  Kodak  Co.,  Rochester,  N.Y. :    lamp  outfit,  $49.36  ;    printing  and  enlarging 

cabinet,    1,    $184.30:     sundry   supplies,    $2.19 235  86 

Edwards,  W.  C.  &  Co..  Ottawa,  map  rollers,    6 78  00 

Garland,    John    M.,    Ottawa:     sheeting,    86    yd.,    $39.56;     cotton,    182    yd.,    $26.84; 

drill,  12  yd.,  $10.20  ;    cheese  cloth,  127  yd.,  $10.16 86  76 

Gault  Bros.  Co.,  Montreal,  sheeting,  700i  yd 296  12 

Gosnell,  R.  E.,  10  articles  on  Canadian  Natural  Resources 300  00 

Greenshields,  Ltd.,  Montreal:    tape,  1  roll,  $35.65;    thread,  1  box,  $4.66 40  31 

Instruments,  Ltd.,  Toronto:    blue  print  paper,  9  rolls,  $372.60;    Vandyke  paper,   9 

rolls,  $127.80  ;    sepia  negative  paper,  6  rolls,  $85.20  ;    repairs,  $76.75  ;    various 

photographic   supplies,    $125.10 787  45 

Lawson  (Thomas)  &  Sons,  Ottawa,  wheels  and  axles,  2  sets 38  00 

McAuliffe,  Davis  Lumbar  Co.,  Ottawa,  lumber 342  10 

MacKay,  (Gordon)  &  Co.,  Toronto,  sheeting,  412i  yd 218  49 

Mallinickrodt  Chemical  Works,  Montreal,  photographic  supplies 180  45 

Mason,  George  M.,  Ottawa:    map  rollers,  86,  $80.68;    lumber,  $12.74 93  42 

Murphy-Gamble,   Ltd.,    Ottawa :     sheeting,   80   yd.,    $76 ;    towelling,    12   yd.,    $9.12 ; 

sundry   items.    $8.01 93   13 

National  Drug  and  Chemical  Co.,  Ottawa,  drugs 105  71 

Photostat  Corporation,  Rochester,  N.Y. :    developer,   10   cases,   $162;    double  plate 

holders,   3.    $17.55 179  55 

Poulin,    L.    N.,    Ltd.,    Ottawa:    sheeting,    833    yd.,    $46.06;    towelling,    12    yd.,    $3; 

velvet  and  velveteen,   21  yd.,  $16.05 65  11 

Rand  McNally  &  Co.,  Chicago,  wall  maps  of  Canada,  5,000 4,279  97 

Singer  Sewing  Machine  Co.,  Ottawa,  sewing  machine. 84  24 

Supplies  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:   map  tacks,  4,000,  $44  ;   photographic  supplies. 

$84 128  00 

Sutherland  &  Parkins,  Ottawa:    slogas  paper,  8  gr.,  $68;    bromide,  2  rolls.    (10  yd. 

x40),    $26 94  00 

Thornton  &  Truman,  Ottawa:    special  frame.  1,  $20.22;    sundry  repairs,   $21.80...  42  02 

Topley   Co.,   Ottawa,   photographic   supplies 89  76 

"Watts.  E.  R.  &  Son.  Ottawa,  linen,   2  rolls.   (36"  x  50  yd.) 72  00 

Express  and   freight:    Am.   Express  Co..    $5.44;     Can.   Express   Co.,   $13.23;    Can. 

Nat.   Express   Co.,    $234.73 ;    Dom.    Express   Co.,    $286.66 ;     Q.    T.    R.    System. 

$51.98 692  04 

Carried  forward    72,709  11 

1— IQjK 


.^48  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.  1922 


Deductions — Deductions 


Maps,  Flans  and  Kindred  Publications  of  the  Dominion — Concluded  $         cts. 

Cartes,  plans  et  publications  similaires   du   Dominion — Fin 

Brought    forward     72,709   11 

Telegrams:    Can.  Nat.  Telegraph  Co.,  $16.57;    C.  P.  R.  Cos.  Telegraph,  $9;    G.  N. 

"W.  Telegraph  Co.,  545.61 71  18 

Payments  under  $25:    cartage,   $24;    absorbent  cotton,   §13.50;    hardware,   $13.65; 

muresco,  175  lb.,  $15.75;    furniture  polish,   $14.34;    sundry  items,  $181.43 262  67 

73,042  96 
Less — Deductions  as  below 202  13 

72,840   83 


Payments  for  blue  prints,  maps,  etc.:    air  board.  $46.85;    Can.  Engineering  Stan- 
dards Assn.,  $74.70;    R.  J.  Burley,  $40.85;    Engineering  Institute,  $18 180  40 

W.  J.  Lambert,  proceeds  of  sale  of  cotton,  41  yd 21  7S 


202   13 


622   21 


Costs  of  Litigation  and  liCgal  Expenses 
Frais  de  litiges  et  d'bommes  de  loi 

\daras     Chas.    F.,    Calgary:    King    vs.    Nelson,    $323.25;    King    vs.    Kwong    Yuen 
Ch'ong,   $148.89;  King  vs.  Malcolm  Amos.   $61.50;   King  vs.  McLaren  Lumber 

Co       S8857 

Archer  &  Vrooniaii,*  Areola :  searching  title,  township  9,  R.  3,  W.  2,  $20;  registrar's 

fee,     $20.55 '^^^  ^5 

BagshaW,    F.    B.,    Regina,    re   caveat   N.W.    4-39-9    W.    3 42  40 

Beckwith    Clay   &  Norris,  Victoria,   re   government  spring  water  license 29   70 

Bence,  Stevenson  &  McLorg,   Saskatoon,  re   8    titles,   township   40,   R.    14,  W.   3..  207  45 

Black'   A.    S.,    Princeton,    re    Mara   Station    Grounds 30   30 

Bowman,    McFadden.    Caldwell    &    Ramsden,    Dauphin,    re    caveat    S.E.     30-31-lS 

W     1 • ^   ^^ 

Boyd     J     A.,    Blaine    Lake,    re    caveat    N.E.    23-48-3    W.    3 7   16 

Buckles,    MacPherson,    Thompson    &    McWilliam,    Swift    Current,    re    caveat    S.W. 

J    35-22-1    W.    3 • ^   "^^ 

Burbidge,    F.    M.',    Ottawa:     King    vs.    Mutchenbacken,     $732.88;     Stevenson    vs. 

Munr'oe,    $12.02;    Stevenson    vs.    Ross,    $46.39 79129 

Burnett,   Arthur,  Maple  Creek,  King  vs.   Geo.  Legge,    $138.70;   sundries,   $2.03 140  73 

Burns   &   Mavor,    Calgary,    King   vs.    P.    H.    "Wilkinson 53   20 

Code    &    Burritt,    Ottawa,    King    vs.    Mutchenbacken 13  00 

Cornwall  &  Archibald,  Kamloops :   re  Duncan  McGregor,   $25;   Reinseth  vs.   Camp- 
bell    $234.12  ;    re  Tempany   McCallan    and   Wilcox,    $97 356  12 

Duncan,'  Stewart  &  Co..  Calgary,  re  transfer  lot  3  R.  9,  $15.64,  lot  1  R.   3,   $22.73.  38   37 

Dupuy,  '  J.    B.,    Rigaud,    King    vs.    H.    Belanger 

Halliday    &    Davis,    Prince    Albert,    ejectment    proceedings,    Riemer    S.W.    9-49-17 

W.    2 

Hannesson,    H.    M.,    Selkirk,    King   vs.    Mike    Warruch 78  95 

Hogg  &  Hogg,  Ottawa,  re  caveat  S.W.   4    33-10-17  W.   3 12  05 

Johnston,  A.   E.,  Winnipeg,   re   B-38-37,   Bale  St.   Paul 40  40 

Lafferty  &  Gillespie,  Calgary :  King  vs  Kwong  Chung  Yuen,  $59  ;  re  Banff  rents, 

$94.05 153   05 

Laidlaw,  Blanchard  &  Rand,  Medicine  Hat,  re  Cloverhill  School  District  Trustees..  3  00 

Livingston  &  Atkinson,  Battleford,  re  caveat  S.E.   12-54-26  W.   3 7  00 

MacDonald,    J.    A.,    Charlottetown :    King    vs.    Goss,    $46;    prosecutions    imder    the 

Migratory    Bird    Act,    $75.50 i 121   50 

Maclnnes,    C.    S.,    Toronto,    International    Joint    Commission,    St.    Mary    and    Milk 

River    case 1,362  34 

Mulcaster  &  Heap,  Prince  Albert,  King  vs.  J.  Reimer,  $39.67,  King  vs.  Frenette,  $6.  45   67 

O'Connor,   C.   A.,  Edmonton,  re  Edmonton  Portland  Cement   Co 76   22 

Panton,    A.    M.,    North   Battleford,    re    caveat    N.W.    10-54-26    W.    3 7   05 

Robertson,    W^.    G.    M.,    re    Sandy    Lake    subdivision 89  51 

Russell,    (Charles)    &  Co.,  London,  Eng.,  King  vs.   Paulson,  costs  of  appeal  to  the 

Privy  Council  from  the  Supreme  Court  of  Canada 3,955  SI 

Smallwood,  C.  R.,  Charlottetown,  King  vs.  R.  C.  Clarke  and  services  re  Migratory 

Bird    Act 163   72 


10   00 
44  55 


Carried     forward     .- 8,556   28 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  K— 149 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Costs  of  Litigation  and  liCgal  Expenses — Concluded 
Frais  de  litiges  et  d'hommes  de  loi — Fin 

Brought    forward     


Sinclair,  R.  V.,  advances,  re  Maunsel  vs.  King,  $850,  re  Smith  &.  Faus  vs.  KinK, 
$200 

Stow,    H.    F.,    Calgary,    re    Conrade    Rohl 

Sullivan,    Arthur,    Winnipeg,    re    Whitemud    Falls    tl-ansfer 

Thompson  &  Jackson,  Pincher  Creek,  re  telephone  line,  Waterton  Lakes  Park.... 

Trites  &  Richard,  Sackville  :  King  vs.  Sabien  Allen,  $32.85  ;  King  vs.  Frank  Patten- 
don,    $10  ;    King    vs.    Fern    McMorris,    $10 

Wemyss.   John,    Neepawa,   re   title   N.E.    32-24-28   W.    1 

White   &   Blanchard,    Shelburn,    prosecutions    undtr    Migratory   Bird    Act 

Wilson.   E.   S.,   Humboldt,   re  S.E.    35-31-13    \V.    2 


8,556 

28 

I.'J.'jU 

||0 

51 

40 

213 

05 

4 

65 

.-i2 

85 

25 

00 

40 

Ou 

3 

00 

9,996   23 


Ordnance   Lands — Teri-es   de   I'artillerie 

Chambly  :    Blanchet,  L.  J.   N.,  caretaker,    12    m.   to   Mar.    31 f*n   aa 

Grand  Falls :  Ouelette,  E.,  caretaker,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 200  OO 

Ottawa:    Department    of    Public    Printing    and    Stationery,    $658.23;    Great    North 

Western    Telegraph    Co.,    telegrams,    30c 658   53 

Sault   Ste.   Marie :  Jacobs,   P.,   caretaker,   12   m.   to   Mar.    31 20   00 

Sorel :  Advertising,  ''  La  Patrie  ",  $30,  "  Le  Courrier  de  Sorel  ",  $10,  "  Le  Sorelois  ", 

$15,    "Montreal    Star",    $60;    Mathieu,   J.    A.,    auctioneering   charges,    $100....  215   00 

1,278   13 


Keclamation  by   Drainage — Assainissement   par    drainage 

General  Accounts,  paid  at  Ottawa — Comptes  gendraux  payis  a  Ottawa. 

Salaries   at    Ottawa — Appointements    a    Ottawa (Page    K — 31 ) 

Bryson,    Graham,    Ltd.,    Ottawa,    suit    cases,     6 

Burroughs,   Wellcome  &   Co.,   Montreal,   first   aid   cases,    3 

Canadian  Kodak  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  cameras,  3.  $96.56;  carrying  cases,  3,  $14.70.. 

Canadian   National    Express   Co.,   express   charges 

Canadian    National    Telegrph    Co.,     telegrams 

Canadian    Pacific   Railway    Telegraph    Co.,    telegrams 

Consolidated  Optical   Co..    Ltd.,   Toronto,    telescope   and   fittings 

Corry,    Mrs.    M.    E.,    Ottawa,    drawing    instruments 

Davidson's     (James),    Sons,    Ottawa,    boxes,     20 

Department  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery,  printing,  J383.29 ;  stationery. 
$1,088.49 ;    parliamentary    publications,    $31.50 

Dominion    Express   Co.,    express   charges 

Garland,    John    M.    &   Son,    Ottawa,    drill,    2    pes 

G.    N.    W.    Telegraph    Co.,    Ottawa,    telegraph    charges 

Instruments   Limited,   Toronto:    stadia   rod,    $17;    bubble   for   transit,    $2; 

Leacy,    Dr.    Gertrude    H.,    Renfrew,    transit 

Lines  Motor  Co.,  Ltd.,  Edmonton,   Ford   touring  car 

.Vational  Tent  and  Awning  Co.,  Winnipeg:  tents,  pyramid,  2,  $211.60,  wall,  8. 
$504.21;   bales,    3,    $2.50 

Northern   Aluminum   Co.,    Ltd.,   Toronto,   camp   outfits,    4 

Ontario  Hughes-Owens  Co.,   Ottawa,  split  leg  tripod 

Owens,  Thos.   P.,   Ottawa,   furnishing  copy   in   connection  with  International  Joiir 

Commission    00 

Province  of  Saskatchewan :  expenditure  on  account  of  Dominion  Drainage  works  ; 
advertising,  Kinistino  "Representative",  $42.60,  Saskatchewan  "Gazette", 
$19.50,  Regina  "Morning  Leader",  $109.50;  travelling  expenses  attending 
Court  of  Appeal  Judge,  $114.90;  surveyor,  $14;  Canadian  National  Railways, 
fares,    $18.10;    interest    on    above    account,    $5.59 324   I'J 

Toplev  Co.,  Ottawa:  hand  levels,  6,  $36;  repairs  to  transit,  $5;  set  of  tripod  legs, 

$13.50 54  50 

Valleau,  G.  W.,  Moose  Range:  feeding  and  caring  for  horses 327  55 

Watts,   E.   R.   &  Son,    Ottawa:  Lufkin   tapes.    11,    $115.30;    repairs,    $3.75;    stadia 

rods,    9.    $164.25;    ranging    soles,    10,    $25.42 308   72 

Western  Tent   and   Bedding  Co.,    Saskatoon,   repairing    9    tents 20  00 


39,807 

4.3 

66 

00 

40 

77 

111 

26 

391 

90 

25 

35 

23 

85 

515 

00 

36 

35 

51 

36 

1,503 

2S 

21 

15 

20 

40 

148 

40 

19 

00 

177 

50 

888 

4  6 

718 

31 

88 

52 

22 

50 

Carried    forward     45. 9-^1   6a 


598 

80 

29 

53 

34 

00 

50 

00 

K 150  AUDITOR  GEXERAL-S  REPORT.   1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 

Reolamation    by    Drainage — Con. — Assainissement    par    drainage — Suite         $         cts. 

Brought    forward     45,961   69 

General  Accounts  j)aid  at  Ottawa — Concluded — Comptes  generaux  payes  a  Ottaica 

— Fin 

Advertising:  Fort  William  Daily  Times-Jouriial,  ?24  ;  Daily  Star,  Montreal,  ?72  ; 
Manitoba  Free  Press,  $78.40 ;  Ottawa  Journal,  ?51 ;  Prince  Albert  Herald, 
$31.68 ;  Regina  Morning  Leader,  $42 ;  Canadian  Engineer,  Toronto,  §68.72 ; 
Toronto  Mail  atid  Empire,  $117.60;  Vancouver  Province,  $61.20;  Vancouver 
World,  $52.20 

Payments  under  $20;  cotton  waste,  25  lb.,  $5.38;  express,  $3.80;  gasoline,  65c.; 
hardware,   $2.30;   motor  repairs  and  supplies,   $15.50;    tool   set,   $1.90 

Surveys,  Travel,  etc. — Arpentages,  frais  de  voyage,  etc. 

Blair,  R.  T.,  junior  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $13.20  ;  board  and  lodging,  $20.80 

Brooks,  O.  W.,  instrument  man:  fares  and  pullmans,  $37.55;  board  and  lodgings, 
112.45 

Burley,  R.  J.,  assistant  director  reclamation  service:  travelling  expenses,  Ottawa 
to  New  York,  Washington  and  return,  $115.27;  Ottawa  to  Kingston  and 
return,  $13.80 ;  Ottawa,  Calgary,  Edmonton,  Regina  and  return,  $343.40 ; 
Ottawa,  Maple  Creek,  Piapot  and  return,  $203.76  ;  Ottawa,  Calgary,  Lethbridge. 
Edmonton  and  return,  $343.85  ;  exchange  on  Canadian  money,  $22.90  ;  freight, 
$130.35;  team  of  horses,  $400;  pasturage,  6  horses  6  m.,  $72;  hay  and  horse 
feed.   $43.39  ;   small   items,    $23.15 1,711  87 

IJyrne,  J.  H.,  assistant  hydraulic  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $245.65;  express, 
$12.36;  board  and  lodging,  $605.05;  auto  license,  $12.25;  gasoline  and  oil, 
$44  ;  tires,  4,  $96.95  ;  auto  repairs,  $12.60  ;  auto  hire,  $19  ;  horse  hire,  $23 ; 
telephone,  telegraph  and  postage,  $9 ;  construction  material  and  freighting, 
$24.38  ;  camp  furniture,  $27.25  ;  small  items,  $35.10  ;  rodmen  at  $3  a  d.,  $165  ; 
engineer's  helper  at   $3   a  d.,   $33 1 ,364  59 

Cooper,  H.  J.,  junior  irrigation  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $223.25;  express, 
$10.65  ;  telegrams  and  telephone  calls,  $12  ;  team  hire,  $216.38  ;  gasoline  and 
oil,  $305.59  ;  repairs  to  auto,  $467.35  ;  auto  hire  and  storage,  $33.50  ;  tires,  3, 
$128.80;  board  and  lodging,  $1,391.10;  provisions  and  groceries,  $113.10;  stove 
and  utensils,  $22.05 ;  draughting  instruments,  $25.75 ;  films  and  postage, 
$10.20  ;  small  items,  $22.95  ;  axemen  at  sundry  rates,  $219 ;  rodman-cook  at 
$3  a  d.,  $90,  at  $4,  $872  ;  transit  man  at  $4  a  d.,  $1,016 5,179  67 

Dawson,  S.  T.,  junior  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $116.25;  baggage  and  express, 
$10.85;  auto  repairs,  $346.05  ;  gasoline  and  oil,  $263.10;  auto  storage,  $47.50; 
auto  license,  $15 ;  tires,  3,  $76.75 ;  horse  hire  and  feed,  $110 ;  board  and 
lodging,  $594.05  ;  currency  exchange,  $24.60  ;  small  items,  $14.85  ;  rodmen  at 
$2.50   a  d.,    $7.50;    ^t    $3,    $288 1.914  5t 

Drake,   R.  L.,   instrument  man:  fares   and   pullmans,    $62.75;    board   and  lodging, 

$28.95 »1  ?• 

Fournier,  O.  E.,  junior  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,   $87.35;  board  and  lodging, 

$12.85 10$  8« 

Horsey,  G.  P.,  hydraulic  engineer :  travelling  expenses,  $893.30;  freight  and  express, 
$113.22;  auto  storage,  $66.50;  auto  repairs  and  supplies,  $909.42;  wintering 
horses,  $212;  team  hire  and  feed,  $1,010.66;  veterinary  fees,  etc.,  $199.05; 
harness  supplies,  $54.05  ;  repairs  to  vehicles,  $81.25  ;  provisions,  $2,915.32  ;  hard- 
ware, $262.35  ;  board  and  lodging  of  men,  $435.15  ;  rent  of  cow,  51  d.  at  $10  a 
m.,  $16.66;  small  items,  $130.37;  chainmen  at  $2.75  a  d.,  $976.25,  at  $3,  $2,628; 
cook  at  $3.50  a  d.,  $129.50,  at  $4,  $604  ;  cookee  at  $2.75  a  d.,  $115.50,  at  $3,  $177 ; 
draughtsman  at  $3.75  a  d.,  $431.25  ;  rodmen  at  $3  a  d.,  $618  ;  teamsters  at 
$2.75  a  d..  $195.25,  at  $3,  $375  ;  expenses,  Tisdale  to  Ottawa,  J.  B.  Snape, 
$103.50;  H.  A.  Thompson,  $115.50;  A.  C.  Wimberley,  $101.50 13,869   55 

Hughes,  B.  H.,  instrument  man:  fares  and  pullmans,   $66.65;  board  and  lodging, 

$17.45 84   1» 

McParlane,  W.  T.,  assistant  hydraulic  engineer :  fares  and  pullmans,  $462.85 ; 
board  and  lodging,  $623.35  ;  team  hire,  $362.25  ;  auto  hire,  $111.50  ;  hardware, 
$48.65  ;  provisions,  $75 ;  express,  $52.76 ;  telegrams  and  postage,  $16.25  ; 
axemen,  13  d.  at  $4  ;  chainman,  61  d.  at  $2.75  ;  odd  labour,  3  d.  at  $2.75 1.980   61 

Richan,  G.  F.,  hydraulic  engineer:  construction  material,  $46.04;  freight,  $448.58; 
provisions  and  groceries,  $1,894.25  ;  harness  supplies,  $31.10  ;  horseshoes,  $14  ; 
kitchen  utensils,  $37.15;  repairs  to  outfit,  $22.98;  various  supplies,  $26.49; 
travelling  expenses,  self,  fares  and  pullmans,  $749.45  ;  meals  and  lodging, 
$1,140.40;  taxis,  $21.90;  livery,  $197;  freight,  $24.95;  postage  and  telegrams, 
$15.92  ;  expenses  Edmonton  to  Ottawa,  R.  T.  Blair,  $123.60,  O.  E.  Fournier, 
$122.65  ;  Edmonton  to  Guelph,  R.  T.  Goldie,  $105.85 ;  expenses  re  illness  of 
D.  MacPherson,  $15.85  ;  chainmen  at  $2.75  a  d.,  $209,  at  $3,  $291  ;  cooks  at 
$4  a  d.,  $4S0.  at  $4.25,  $306;  cookee  at  $2.75  a  d.,  $162.25,  at  $3,  $405; 
draughtsman  at  $3.75  a  d.,  $450  ;  rodmen  at  3  a  d.,  $2,301 ;  teamsters  at  $3  a  d., 
$603;   topographer  at   $3.75    a  d.,    $802.50 11,047  91 


Carried  forward 84,018  T2 


\ 


INTERIOR   DEIWRTMEST:   EXPENDITURE  K— 151 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Reclamation  by  Drainage — Con. — Assainissement  par  drainage — Fin  $         cts. 

Brought    forward 84,018   72 

Surveys,    Travel,   etc. — Concluded — Arpeiilufjes,   frais    de    voyage,    etc. — Fin 

Snape,    J.    B.,    junior    engineer:  fares   and    pullmans,    $58.35;    board    and    lodging, 

$29.85 88   20 

Tempest,  J.  S.,  supervising  hydraulic  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $470.45; 
baggage,  $31.75 ;  board  and  lodging,  $556.51  ;  telephone  rental,  $15.75  ;  tele- 
graph and  telephone,  $58.29;  postage,  $22.30;  express  and  freight,  $35.56; 
auto  licenses,  3,  $57.50;  gasoline  and  oil,  $249.60;  auto  supplies  and  repairs, 
$390.15  ;  painting  auto,  $48  ;  auto  storage,  $37.35  ;  auto  hire,  $69.85  ;  horse  hire, 
$23;  sundry  supplies  and  repairs,  $37.35;  labour  at  gundry  rates,  $7;  moving 
expenses  Edmonton  to  Ottawa,  packing,  crating  and  storing  furniture,  $281.95  ; 
freight,    $319.07;   fares  and   pullmans,    $218.65 2,930  08 

Thompson,   N.  A.,  junior  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,   $74.80;  board  and  lodging, 

$16.20 91   00 

Warren,  W.  C,  assistant  hydraulic  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $246.80;  freight 
and  express,  $107.84  ;  telegrams  and  postage,  $16.80  ;  auto  hire,  $15.85  ;  gasoline 
and  oil,  $118.90;  tire,  $24.95;  supplies  and  repairs,  $114.40;  team  hire  and  feed, 
$219.95;  board  and  lodging,  $713.25;  groceries  and  provisions,  $175.40;  stove 
and  pipes,  $12.30;  small  items,  $40.30;  engineering  helper  at  $80  a  m.,  $153.95; 
expenses  R.  L.  Drake,  Edmonton  to  Ottawa,  fares  and  pullmans,  $107.75; 
meals,   $18.05 2,086   49 

Whlttaker,  D.,  junior  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $280.10;  baggage,  $27.10; 
auto  hire,  $140  ;  gasoline  and  oil,  $47.85  ;  auto  repairs  and  storage,  $117.85  ; 
team  hire  and  feed,  $79.50  ;  board  and  lodging,  $629.75  ;  small  Items,  $15.68  ; 
rodmen  at  sundry  rates,   $9.50 1,347  38 

Wood,  G.  H.,  assistant  hydraulic  engineer:  fares  and  pullmans,  $377.45;  baggage 
and  express,  $43.19;  board  and  lodging,  $318.70;  hardware  supplies,  $93.70; 
team  hire  and  feed,  $681.20  ;  groceries  and  provisions,  $396.45  ;  gasoline  and 
oil,  $38.15;  canoe  rent,  $15;  auto  repairs  and  storage,  $24.40;  small  items, 
$40.90 ;  axemen  at  $3  a  d.,  $785 ;  travelling  expenses  of  men.,  board  and 
lodging,    $163.80;   fares   and   pullmans,    $7 2,984  94 


93,546   76 
LiBSS — Deductions  as  below 1,119  84 


Net  expenditure.  Reclamation  by  Drainage 92,426  92 


Deductions — Diductions 

Payments    for    Victory    Loen    of    Reclamation    offlcials    charged    erroneously    to 
Irrigation    vote.     Carnochan,   D.   O.,   $4 ;    Christie,   D.   H.,    $8 ;    Horsey,   G.    F., 

$16;   Burley,    R.   J.,    $40 68   09 

Horsey,  G.  F.,  refund  proceeds  of  sale  of  gasoline  drum  and  i  case  matches 23  00 

Whlttaker,    D.,   over-refunded   on   account   of  advances 05 

Dawson,   S.   G.,  refund    J   cost   of  camera  lost 11  94 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.,  refund  for  steel  drum  returned 15   15 

Amount  received  for  preparation  of  plans,  etc 190  00 

Amount  received  to  cover  estimated   cost   of  drainage 616  70 

Transfer  from  Irrigation  vote  1919-20  on  account  of  money  received  to  cover  cost 

of   drainage  work   to   be    performed 295  oo 


1,119  84 


Land  for  Water  Pow^er  Purposes 
Terrains  pour  fins  d'energie   hydranlique 

Amount   paid   the    Bank   of   Nova    Srntia    for   certain    lands   dominatinf?   Whiteniud 

Fall.'!    on    the    Winnipeg    River     25,000   00 


Special  Vote  No.  527— Credit  special  No.  527 

Refund   to  James   Smith,  nniount   p.iid   for  purchnse  of  land   Tp.   .'".O,   Rg.    23   W.    4.  S90  00 

Ezoheqner  Conrt:   Awards— Cour  de   I'Echiquier:   Decisions 

Paulson    vs.    The    King,    costs    of    Paul    A.    Paulson:    Exchequer    Court,    $803.11; 

Supreme  Court.   $1,062.70;  Privy  Council,   $2,680.19;   Interest  on  costs,  $361.06.  4.907   06 

Barnard  vs.  The  King,  amount  awarded  to  Charles  A.   Barnard  for  cancellation 

of  coal  mining  lease 7,050  96 

11.958   0! 


K_^52  AUDITOR  GE:NERAVs  REPORT.  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Dominion  I<ands  and  Parks:    Special   Grants   Voted  $         eta. 
Terres   et  pares  federanx:   Credits   specianx   accordes 

Alpine  Club  of  Canada,  annual  grant 1,000   00 

Canadian  Forestry  Association    7,000   00 

Cypress  Hill  Water  Users'  Association    250  00 

Dominion  Land  Surveyors'  Association,  grant  to  assist  in  publishing  transactions.  .  125  00 

Western  Canada  Irrigation  Association    1,000   00 

9,375   0» 


22,474 

75 

1,565 

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26 

67 

39 

90 

72 

64 

228 

43 

Dominion  Astronomical  Observatory  at   Ottaw^a 
Observatoire  astronomiqne  federal  a  Ottawa 

General   Accounts — Comptes   g^neran.r 

Services    of    Ottawa    officials f (Page    K — 32) 

Charwomen  at  Observatory,  at  $1.25  per  d. :  Mrs.  M.  Arnold,  Mrs.  E.  Brault,  Mrs. 

E.  Kerrigan,  Mrs.  R.   Smith,  each,  $391.25    

Bate,  H.  N.,  &  Sons,  Ottawa,  groceries   

Bertschinger,  A.  H.,  Ottawa,  electrical  supplies    

Birkett    (Thos.)    &   Son,   Co.,   Ltd.,   Ottawa,   hardware    

Bryson-Graham,    Ltd.,    Ottawa,    groceries    

Can.  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  oil,  10  gal.,   $17;   rubber  goods,  $25.80; 

sundry   hardware,    $36.27    79   07 

Can.  General  Electric  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  batteries,  primary,  10,  $42.10,  Columbia, 
30,    $12.75,    Exeready,    154,    $42.77  ;    renewals,    primary,    10,    $26.80  ;    heaters, 

2,   $12.85  ;   sundry   electrical  supplies,    $13.86 151   13 

Can.  Kodak  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  camera,  $31.28;  films,  60  rolls,  $24.99;  film  packs, 
36,  $43.86;  paper  artura,  12  doz.,  $7.50,  azo,  $39.39,  en.  bromide,  32  doz., 
$44.10,    standard    bromide,    10    yd.    rolls,    40-in.,    3    rolls,    $31.58  ;    seed    process 

plates,  16  X  20,  1  doz.,  $40.50,  various  sizes,  $64.39  ;  sundry  items,  $35.20 362    79 

Century  Telephone  Construction  Co.,  Bridgeburg,  Ont. :  1  Liberty  phone  and  acces- 
sories,   $105.45 ;   express,   $1.47    

Collector  of  Customs,  duty  and  war  tax  on  foreign  purchases    

Davidson's   (James)   Sons,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  lumber 

Dept.  of  Agriculture:  butter,  4  lb.  at  60c.,  65  lb.  at  65c.;  milk,  363  qt.  at  10c 

Dept.  of  Militia  &  Defence,  filter.s,   27  pkgs.,   $20.70  ;   duty,   $6.73    

Dept.    of    Public    Printing    and    Stationery:    printing,    $1,566.98;    stationery,    etc., 

$3,847.06 

Dom.  Machine  &  Supply  Co.,  Ottawa:  cold  rolled  steel.  778|  lb.  at  lie; 
bronze  castings,   53  lb.  at  60c.;   1   special  casting,   $75;   sundry  items,   $35.84.. 

Federal  Telephone  &  Telegraph  Co.,  Buffalo,  telephone   

Holland,  R.,  Chebucto  Head:  attending  to  undagraph,  12  m.  to  June  30,  1920,  $50; 

batteries,    4   sets,   $3.60    

King   (Julius)   Optical  Co.,  New  York,  goggles,  face  mask,  etc 

Langevin,    A.,    services   as    watchman,    23    d 

Lymans,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  chemical  supplies   

McColl,  G.  B.,  Winnipeg,   locating  and  connecting  sites  of  astronomical  stations.  . 

Mallingkrodt  Chemical  Works,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  chemical  supplies    

Maritime  Telegraph  and  Telephone  Co.,  Ltd.,  Halifax,  exchange  service  on  private 

line  from  Western  Union    

National  Drug  and   Chemical   Co.   of  Canada,   chemical   supplies    

Northern   Electric   Co.,   Ltd.,   Montreal,    electrical    supplies    

Ottawa  Electric  Railway,  tickets  for  members  of  the  staff 

Rankin,  W.   A.,   Ottawa,   hardware    

Robbins,  Manistre  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  London,  Bng.,  telescopic  lens,  second-hand 

Shaw  Baking  Co.,  Ottawa,  bread  tickets,   23   doz 

Smith,    Mrs.    R.,    laundry    of   towels,    etc 

Stanley,    L.    E.,    Ottawa,    flannelette,    621    yd 

Supplies   Co.    of   Canada,    Ltd.,    Ottawa:    Argo    soda,    55    lb.,    $24.75;    metal,    2    lb., 

$36.50  ;  plates,  etc.,  $14.95    76   20 

Sutherland  &  Parkins,  Ottawa:  paper,  bromide,  2  10-yd.  rolls,  $14,  slogas,   11  x  14, 

I  gr.,   $17,   8   X  10,   2   gr.,    $17;   plates,   4a   x   6J,   Imp.    S.S.,   10   doz.,   $16,   Pan- 
chromatic,  5  doz.,   $16.75  ;   sundry  items,   $41.50    122   25 

Topley  Co..   Ottawa:   plates,    2 J   x   12,   34   doz.,    $176.80,   4i   x    6i,    52   doz.,   $104.75, 

II  X   3i,    30   doz.,    $22.50;   lantern   plates,    10    x   12,    25   doz.,    $250,    2 J   x   12,    14 

doz.,  $42  ;  seismograph  paper,  40  pkgs.,  $150  ;  sundry  items,  $125.45 871   50 

Vinney  Supply   Co.,   Toronto:   condensers,   8,    $50;    valves,    16,    $120;   sundry   items, 

$24.28 194   28 

Workman    (A)    &  Co.,  Ottawa,  hardware 33   42 

Express  and  freight :  Dom.  Express  Co.,  $242.54  ;   sundry,  $40.11 282  65 

Telegrams:   C.P.R.    Co.'s  Telegraph,    $384.12;    G.N.W.,    $7.43;    Harvard   University. 

aBtronomical  telegrams,  $9.40 400  96 

Carried    forward 34,060   S« 


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92 

91 

33 

220 

5(^ 

80 

95 

27- 

4a 

414 

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228 

28 

154 

94 

53 

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23 

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Dominion  Astronomical  Observatory  at  Ottawa — Concluded 
Observatoire    astronomiqne    federal    a    Ottawa — Fin 

lirought    forward     

General  Accounts — Concluded — Comptcs  g^neraux — Fin 

Payments  under  %2'>:  abstract  books,  $17;  alcohol,  2  gal.,  $22.40;  brooms,  1  doz., 
$9.25;  bronze  castings,  25  lb.,  $10;  blankets,  1  pr.,  $11.50;  cheesecloth,  217  yd., 
$27-24  ;  cleaning  supplies,  $18.25  ;  condensers,  2,  $13  ;  electrical  supplies,  $42.53  ; 
flannelette,  902  yd.,  $31.12;  groceries,  $15.02;  plate  glas.s,  $16;  rent  of  type- 
writer, 2i  m.,  $13.50;  repairs  to  Westinghouse  fan,  $21.25;  replica  grating, 
$10.12  ;  wood  alcohol,   5  gal.,   $13.25  ;  sundry  items,   $80.30 

Travelling  expenses:  attending  conference  on  I'hysics,  Toronto  University,  J.  P. 
Henderson,  $24.05  ;  attending  Am.  astronomical  meeting  at  Northampton, 
Mass.,  J.  P.   Henderson,   $fi3.17  ;   F.   Henroteau,   $65.43 

<?.    A.   French,  Magnetic    Survey,  1920 — C.    A.    French,    arpentage    magnetique,   1020 

Sundry  assistance,  $16.75;  tent,  $26;  repairs  to  tent,  $10.60;  express,  $13.44; 
cartage  and   freight,   $22.35  ;    sundry  items,    $13 

E.  A.   Hodgson,  re   Undagraph  Repairs  at  Chehucto  Head,  N.8.,  etc. — Reparations 
a   I'ondagraphe  d  Chel)ucto-Head,  N.-E.,  etc. 

Undagraph  repairs  at  Chebucto  Head,  N.S.  :  travelling  expenses.  Montreal  to 
Halifax  and  return,   $107.21;  labour  and  supplies,   $164.35;   sundries,   $3.86.... 

K.  A.  Hodgson,  delegate  to  Am.  Assn.  for  the  advancement  of  science,  Chicago, 
travelling    expenses,    Ottawa    to    Chicago 

J.  A.  Pearce,  Magnetic  Survey  of  Ontario,  1920 — J.  A.   Pearce,  arpentage 
magnitique  d'Oniario,  1920 

Travelling  expenses,  $126.95;  sundry  board  and  lodging,  $283.10;  cartage  of 
baggage  and  instruments,  $96.85;  express,  $15.35;  freight,  $23.95;  small  items. 
$26.87 

A.   H   .Swinhurn,   Geographic  Positions — A.   H.    Sicinburn,   situations 
geographiques,  19S0 

Auto  hire,  $24  ;  electrical  supplies,  $33.35  ;  freighting  lumber,  etc.,  $27  ;  hardware, 
$44.20;  lumber  for  observing  hut,  $142.64;  labour  on  hut,  $15;  sundry  labour, 
$39.65  ;  telegraph  operating,  30  nights,  $65  ;  tents.  7,  $244.35  ;  camp  supplies. 
$86;    express,   freight   and   cartage,    $109..35  ;    sundry    items,    $24.25 

T..E8S — Deductions    as    below 

Total   Astronomical    Surveys 

Deductions — Deductions 

Cost   of   photographic   work,    blueprints,    etc.,    done    by    Dominion    Observatory,    fo<' 

Geodetic  Surveys,   $272.50,   for  International   Boundaries,   $163.45 

Amount  paid  by  H.  Birks  &  Sons  for  electric  time  service 

Salary    adjustment     charged    to    Vote    558 (l^ge     K — 166) 

Balance  due  J.  A.  Pearce    


Dominiou   Astrophysical   Observatory,   Little    Saauicb   Mountain,   B.C. 
Observatoire   astrophysique   dn  Dominion,  Petite   Montagne,   Saanich, 

C.-B. 

Plaskett,  J.  S.,  director   (salary  under  Civil  Government:  Salaries  at  Ottawa) 

Harper,  W.   E.,  in  lieu  of  housing  allowance 

Hutchison,  T.  T.,   instrument  maker  foreman:    12   m.   to  Mar.    31,   $1,620;    arrears. 

$420  ;    bonus,    $276 

Keay,   Miss  H.  R.,  clerk    stenographer:    12  m.  to   Mar.   31,  $1,140;    arrears,    $30; 

bonus,  $192 

Plaskett,   H.   H.,   assistant   astronomer:     9   m.   at   $1,800,    3   m.    at    $1,920,    $1,830; 

arrears,    $49.15  ;     bonus,    $63 

Astronomical  Society  of  the  Pacific,  dues,  3  yrs.  to  Mar.  31 

Carried    forward     


$  Ota. 


31. '1 60   32 


371    7! 
162   65 

102    14 


275    42 
100   80 


573   07 


854 

79 

36,490 
1,307 

93 
15 

35,183 

78 

435 

95 

30 

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1,307 

16 

350 

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2,316 

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1,362 

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K 154  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 

Dominion   Astrophysical  Observatory,  Ijittle   Saanich  Monntain,  B.C.         $         cts. 

— Concluded 

Observatoire  astropbysique   dn  Dominion,  Petite  Montagne,   Saanieb, 

C.-B. — Fin 

Brought    forward     5,985   15 

Department  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery:    printing,  $890.23;    stationei-y,  etc., 

$268.84 1.159   07 

Dept.  of  Public  Works,  i  salary  Hugh  Little,  caretaker-chauffeur,  July  1  to  Dec. 

31,    1920 360   00 

Freight  and  express:    C.  P.  R.  Co.,  $22.03;    Dom.  Express,  $29.60;    sundry,  $9.66; 

telegrams,    $3.79 65  08 

Travelling   expenses,   H.    H.    Plaskett,    Victoria   to    Chicago    and    return,    $271.69 ; 

trip    to  Seattle,    $11.17 282  86 

Miscellaneous   expenses — Debourses   divers    ($3,422.38)  — 

Automobile  expenses,  $368.85  ;  auto  license,  $15  ;  gasoline,  592  gal.,  $253.77  ; 
assistance,  43  <1..  $176.61;  car  fares  for  members  of  the  staff,  $180.04; 
charts   for  thermograph,    84,    $19.25  ;    cast   iron   wheels,    2,    $166 ;    use   of 

jacks,   $19.25;    duty,   $40.01;    auto  hire,   $39 1,277  78 

Chemical  supplies,  $22.33  ;  nitrate  of  silver,  5  lb.,  $75  ;  expenses  of  reception 
to  Am.  Assn.  for  Advancement  of  Science,  $69  ;  electrical  supplies,  $124.03  ; 
elevator  cable,  $25;  hardware,  $83.79;  making  cupboard,  $118.39;  photo- 
graphic expenses,  $307.10 ;  postage,  $126 ;  provisions,  $46.72 ;  rect.  block 
of  flint  glass.  $40  ;    repairs  to  instruments.  $227.52  ;    rent  of  p.  o.  box,  2  yr. 

to  Mar.  31,  1922,  $16  ;    sundry  labour,  $33 1,313  88 

Thermometers  and  accessories,  special  for  spectograph,  etc.,  7,  $394.79  ;  tele- 
grams, $34.93  ;  telephone  rental,  director's  residence,  $39,  observatory, 
$93  ;  1.  d.  tolls,  $29.90  ;  tent  wedges,  180  doz.,  $54.78  ;  express,  freight  and 
cartage,   $114.40  ;     sundry   items,    $69.92 830  72 

Lass — Deductions  as  below 

Total  Dom.  Astrophysical   Observatory 

Deductions — Deductions 

Salary  adjustments  charged  to  Vote  558 (Page  K — 166) 

Bonuses  charged  to  Provisional  Allowance (Page  K — 166) 


Geodetic  Surveys — Arpentages  geodesiqnes 

Services    of    Ottawa   officials (Page  K — 32)       117,345   24 

Charwom<^n  at  Observatory,    at  $1.25   per  d. :    Mrs.   L.   Draffln,    $261.25;    Mrs.   L. 

Laselle,  $391.25  ;    Mrs.  E.  Pilkington,  $130  ;    Mrs.  M.  Sheridan,  $336.25  ;    Mrs. 

A.  Smart,  $391.25  ;    Mrs.  W.  Scobie,  $41.25 1,551   26 

Housekeeper  at  Observatory:     Mrs.   L..   Sabourin,  arrears,    $60;     salary,    12   m.   to 

Mar.    31,    $720;     bonus,    $252 1,032  Oft 

Astronomical  Surveys,  photographic  work  and  blue  prints 272  59 

Baird,  T.,  Ottawa  :    repairs  to  motor  car,  $255.57  ;    storage,  $5 260  57 

Barks.  A.  A.,  Ottawa:    making  brass  hand  stamps,  $50;    1  special  lithotype  press, 

$97.90;   2  traverse  targets,  $33;   repairs  to  instruments,  $778.34;   altering  plane 

table,  $20 979   24 

Birkett  (Thos.)  &  Son  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:   hardware,  $175.27;    kitchen  utensils  and 

sundry  camp   supplies,    $83.06  ;   manila   rope,   1,272   lb.,   $393.10  ;   express,   $3.95.  655   38 

Borbridge,  S.  &  H.,  Ottawa,  3  stationery  cases 33  00 

Burroughs,  Welcome  &  Co.,  Montreal.  "Tabloid"  first  aid  cases,  18 243  00 

Cameron,  C.  G.,  Ottawa,  making  2  sets  of  cranes,  as  per  contract 70  00 

Canadian  General  Electric  Co.,  Ltd. :   igniters,  132,  $46.20  ;   sundry  electric  supplies, 

$58.40.    .* 104   66 

Canadian  Kodak  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  film  packs,  12,  $14.62;  sundry  supplies,  $19.22.  33   84 

Collector  of  Customs,  duty  on  foreign  purchases 424  45 

Consolidated  Optical  Co.,  Toronto :    repairs,  to  Steigel  theodolite,  $250  ;    to  Berger 

transit,  $75  ;    to  micrometer  eyepiece,  etc,  $49 374  00 

Crown  Laundry,  Ottawa,  laundry  work 80  88 

Davidson's  (James)  Sons,  Ottawa,  lumber 200  68 

Davidson   (Thos.)  Mfg.  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  blue  enamel  signs,  20 28  00 

Dept.    of    Militia    &    Defence:    Reo    omnibuses,    3,    $3,900;    rims,    4,    $23;    soldiers' 

boxes,     12,     $33 ;    sundries,     $5.60 3,961   60 

Carried    forward     1 27,650   2S 


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1,000 

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Geodetic    Surveys — Continued — Arpentages   gfiodesiqnes — Suite  $         cts. 

Brought     foiwarJ     127,650   23 

Dept.  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery:    printingr,  $5,166.15;    stationery,  $5,801.45; 

parliamentary    publications,    $78.48    11,046   08 

Dom.  Machine  &  Supply  Co.,  Ottawa:  making  machine  for  slotting  copper  bolts 
and  cutting  slot,  and  1,400  bolts,  $295  ;  copper  rods  cut  in  4"  lengths,  535  lb., 
$262.15;  castings,  bronze,  132J  lb.,  $72.88,  brass,  113  lb.,  $57.15;  sundry, 
$27.45  ;    special  casting  for  large  pan,  $20  ;    brass  tripod  feet,  24,  $24  ;  wedges, 

2,000,  75  lb.,  $30  ;    sundry  worlc,  $11.86  ;    cartage,  $4 804  49 

Dominion    Rubber    System    (Quebec)    Ltd.,   Montreal:    Nobby   casings,    8,    $393.57; 

inner     tubes,     S,     $40.45 434   02 

Douglas    &    Co.,    Amherst,    N.S.,    carbide 127  05 

Eastman   Kodali   Co.    of   N.J.,    Rochester,    N.Y. :    panchro   plates,    30    doz.,    $25.50 ; 

express,    $1.28 26  78 

Fairmount  Gas  Engine  and  Railway  Motor  Car  Co..  Fairmount,  Minn. :  gasoline 
handcar  engines,  3  at  $99.  1.  $100.70,  total,  $397.70,  less  $9.90  paid  in  1921-22; 

repair  parts  for  engines,   $112.27;   freight   on   engines,    $16.64 

Ferris,  W.  A.,  Ottawa,  baggage  transfer 

Garland    (.Tno.   M. )    Son  &  Co.,   Ottawa,  cheese  cloth,   254   yd 

General  Supply  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  copper  rods  cut  in  4-in.  lengths,  535  lb. 

Gray-Harvey   Co.,    Ltd.,    Ottawa,    hardware 

Goodyear  Tire  &  iRubber  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd..  Ottawa:  clin.  fabrics,  30  x  3i,  9, 
$139.50;  cords,   34  x  4J,   13,   $598.65;  tubes,   34  x  4J,   13,   $66.95,   30  x  3J,   9, 

$20.25 _^ 

Green,    Henry   .T..    Brooklyn,    N.Y. :    thermometers,    12,    $66;    express,    88c 

Greenshielfls.    Ltd.,    Montreal :    pillow    cotton,    693    yd.,    $37.67 ;    turkey   red    cotton, 

40  yd.,  $14 

Higman    (Geo.)   &   Sons,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,   painting,   labour  and   materials 

Instruments  Ltd..  Ottawa:  aneroid  barometer,  $23.25;  prismatic  compasses,  3, 
$69 ;    linint?  pickets,    2,    $18  ;    levelling   rods,    2,    $44  ;    repairs    to    2    theodolites, 

$969.10  ;  freight,  insurance,  etc.,  $106.29 1.229   64 

Kalamazoo  Railway  Supply  Co.,  Kalamazoo,  Mich. :  handcars,   6,   $599.50 ;   freight 

and  tax,  $20.46  ;  handcar  parts,  $17.50 

Langelier,  J.  Alph.,  Ottawa,  galv.  pipe,  225  ft.  2  in 

Lawson    (Thos. )    &  Sons.   Ltd.,   Ottawa:   300   triangulation  station   tablets   and   600 

reference    marks    tablets 

McParlane-Douglaa  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:    zinc,  116  lb.,  $25.52;    labour,  $3.19 

Mcintosh   &  Watts,    Ottawa,   kitchen    utensils    and    tableware 

Mackenzie  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  tarpaulin.s,  6,  $16.50;  tents,  1,  $37,  6,  with  tent  bags, 
$240,   1  observing  tent.   $75,  3  special,   $190.50;   3   flys  for  tents,   $53;   6  floor 

cloths,    $59.75;    repairs.    $3.65 

Major    (S.   J.)    Ltd.,    Ottawa,   sundry   cleaning  supplies 

Mason,   Geo.    M.,   Ltd.,    Ottawa,   lumber 

Northern    Electric    Co.,    Ltd.,    Montreal:    batteries,    83,    $113.53;    sundry    electrical 

supplies,  $23.91  ;  express,   65c 

Ontario   Hughes-Owens    Co.,    Ltd.,    Ottawa:    prismatic    compasses,    4,    $54.72;    steel 

tapes,   3.   $37.50;    1   object  glass  for  theodolite.   $12.90 

Ottawa  Sanitary  Laundry :  washing  40  pr.  blankets,  etc 

People's  Gas  Supply  Co.,  Ltd.,   Ottawa:  repairs   to  signal  lamps,   $263.37;   special 

rubber   tubing,   200  ft.,    $22;   sundry   supplies,    $30.35 315   72 

Piper  (Hiram  L.)  Co..  Ltd..  Montreal:  acetylene  signal  lamp  outfits,  6,  $370.50, 
6,    $201;    parts    for    survey    lights    and    neverfail    generators,    $157.26;    sundry 

repairs,  $9.75 738   51 

Railway     Passengers     Assurance     Co.     of     London,     Eng.,     renewal     premium     on  , 

guarantee   bonds 115   50 

Sabourin,    Mrs.    R.,    laundry    work 51   48 

Slack.  J.   H.,   Ottawa:   ice,    431    blocks   at    ISc,    $77.58;    flannelette   cloths,    28    lb., 

$12.60 90  18 

Thornton   &  Truman,  Ottawa:    20  seta   of  parts   for   electric   signal   lamps,    $400; 

special    tape  stretcher.    $23.72 ;    repairs    to   barometer,    $10.87 434  59 

Topley  Co..  Ottawa:  chemical  thermometers,  24,  $34.  level  vials,  4,  $120;  4  special 
repetition  theodolites,  $6,511.60  ;  forwarding  expenses  of  theodolites  from  Aaran, 
Switz,    $55.48,    insurance,    $53.39,    and    customs    fees,    $1,539.75;     rod    levels. 

12,  $51  ;  sundry  photog.  supplies,  $54.00 8,420  12 

Troy  Carriage  Sunshade  Co.,  Troy,  Ohio,  brown  duck  umbrellas,  7i  ft.,  15 92  43 

Trudel   &    McAdam,    Ottawa,    2    cranes 55   00 

Watts  (E.  R.)  &  Son,  Ottawa:  chain  tapes,  4,  $24;  engineer's  tapes,  1,  $28.75,  1. 
$14.75  ;  renairs  to  2  micrometer  transits.  $190,  and  charges  of  sending  to 
London,  Eng,.  works.  $107.50;  ."•  micrometer  transits,  $900,  excise  tax, 
$9 ;     sundry     items,     $25.50 1,299   50 


637 

46 

24 

64 

660 

00 

28 

71 

77 

98 

««5 

40 

50 

61 

212 

6( 

138 

09 

105 

12 

35 

80 

Carried     forward     157,4i;9   98 


K — 156 


AUDITOR  GENERALS  REPORT,  1920-1921 


12  GEORGE  V.  A.   1922 


Geodetic    Surveys — Continued — Arpentages    geodesiques — Suite  $         eta. 

Brought    forward     157.429   9S 

Westboro  Garage.  Westboro :  overhauling  and  repairing  2  Reo  truck  engines, 
S303  :  1  iReo  front  spring  and  sundrj'  supplies,  $35.32  ;  shipping  1  truck  to 
W.    M.    Dennis,    Lashburn,    Sask.,    $15 353   32 

"Wilson,  (James)  &  Co.,  Ottawa,  mounting  6  photos  for  Can.  Exhibit  at  Inter- 
national   Alpine    conference 24   00 

Woods  Manufacturing  Co.,   Ltd. :   Ottawa  camp  cots,    29,   1172.60 ;   pack  sacks,   14, 

$77;   tarpaulins,    4,    $19.20;    tents,    7,    $277.56;    sundry   camp   supplies,    $90.61..  636   97 

Express  and  freight:  Can.  Express  Co.,  $330.93;  Can.  National  Express  Co., 
$106.74;  Can.  Nat.  Ry.,  $16.85;  Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Co.,  $80.79;  Dominion  Express, 
$461.46;     G.    T.    Ry.     System,     $25.15 1.02192 

Telegrams:  Can.  Pac.  Ry.  Go's,  Telegraph,  $44.05;  G.  N.  TV.  Telegraph  Co.,  $214.73.  258   78 

Payments  under  §25:  cartage,  $11:35;  car  tickets  for  staff,  $20;  cleaning  supplies. 
$14.29  ;  cement,  8  bags,  $13  ;  electrical  supplies,  $13  ;  flannelette,  56  yd., 
$16.24  ;  grey  cotton,  72  in.,  41  yd.,  $21.73  ;  hardware,  etc.,  $39.15  ;  machine 
work,  $18.30 ;  paint,  etc.,  $20.75  ;  15  yd.  print,  etc.,  $17.55  ;  repairs  to  auto, 
$18.62 ;,  repairs  to  cases  and  telescopes,  $15  ;  rope,  51  lb.,  $15.30 ;  storage. 
$16;  taxi  service,  $16.50;  tee  irons,  2,  $12.60';  watch  repairs,  $16.50;  small 
items.    $58.46 374   44 


Sutnniary   of   Surveys   (detailed    beloicj — Sommaire    des    arpetitaries    (emimeres 

ei-dessons). 


Anderson,    G.    R.,    survej'    at    31    Mile    Lake 

Bigger,    C.    A.,    geodetic   survey 

Brabazon,    C.    H.,    geodetic    survey 

Dennis,    W.    M.,    geodetic    survey    in    the    West 

Grant,    A.    M.,     primary    triangulation    in    Western     Ontario 

Henderson,    J.    A.    H..    geodetic    survey,    Province    of    Quebec 

Kelly,   N.   E.,   tower  building  in  N.   S.   and  P.   E.   I 

Lambert,    H.    F.    J.,    aerial    survey    of    Ottawa,    etc 

McCallum,    G.    H.,    triangulation    in    B.    C 

McDiarmid,    F.    A.,    geodetic   sur\'ey.    Province    of   Quebec 

McElroy,    C.   K.,    salvaging   observation   towers    in   Western   Ontario. 

McMillan,    D.,    geodetic    survey,    Sask 

McTavish,    W.    H.,    observation    in   Western    Ontario 

Menzies,    J.    W.,    reconnaissance    in    N.    B 

Moulton,    H.    P.,    reconnaissance    survey    of    N.    S 

Murdie,  W.  C,  triangulation  on  the  lower  St.   Lawrence. 

Nelles,    D.     H.,     inspection    work 

Rainboth,   A.    J.,   precise   levelling,   B.   C 

Raley,  G.   S.,  precise  levelling  in  Western  Canada 

Rannie,     J.     L.,     geodetic    survey 

Ratz,    J.    E.,    observation   party    in    N.    S 

Reid,     F.     B.,     geodetic    survey 

Sinclair,    G.    E.    B.,    geodetic    survey 

Smith,     N.     H.,     geodetic    survey 

Steers,   F.   P.,   City   of  London   survey 

Stewart,  L.  B.,  reconnaissance  on  the  lower  St.  Lawrence 


Less — Deductions     as     below. 


5.923  60 

824  7r. 

2,485  03 

5,614  62 

1,820  81 

1,350  80 

6,283  34 

165  54 

20,360  65 

751  02 

145  71 

6,392  35 

3,760  46 

1,758  40 

2,477  80 

57,045  75 

453  14 

5,398  61 

6,141  64 

303  13 

11.243  i2 

776  62 

4,505  33 

6,368  49 

1,115  l"^ 

2,287  42 

315,852  82 

24,852  82 

291,000  00 


Deductions — Deductions. 

Refund   from   Dom.   Express  Co.    for   tent  lost   in   transit ...  37  25 

W.   C.   Murdie:   proceeds  of  sale   of  coal,   $284;   meals  supplied   members   of  party 

while    on    board    ss.    aulnare,    $216.89 500  89 

F.  P.  Steers :  refund  of  wages  and  subsistence  for  party  while  engaged  in  survey 

of    City    of    London 678  75 

Bonuses    charged    to    provisional    allowance (Page  K — 166)  267  56 

Salary   adjustments   charged    to   Vote    558 (Page  K — 166)  23,368  37 


24,852   82 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  EXl'EN DITL'RE  K— 157 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 


Geodetic    Survey* — Continued — Arpentages   geodesiques — Suite  I         cts. 

O.   R.  Andeison — Survey   at  31   Mile   Lake,  1920 — Arpentaye    a«    Lac   des  SI    miles. 

K.   B.  Jackson,  jr.  geodetic  engineer,  at   $170   m.,   $520.96;   axemen,  etc.,  at   $4   per 

d.,    $352,   at    $3.50.    $297.50,   at   $3,    $666;   cook,   at    $3.50    per  d.,    $514.50 2,350   »6 

Living  allowance  while  in  field:  at  $3  per  d.,  G.  R.  Anderson,  $90,  at  $2.25  per 
d.  ;  B.  J.  Woodruff,  $430.50;  K.  B.  Jackson,  $211.50,  at  $1.25;  9  assistants, 
$862.50 1,594   50 

Travelling  expenses,  self  and  assts.,  $92.47;  livery  and  auto  hire,  $112.50;  auto 
supplies  and  repairs,  $44.55  ;  gasoline,  G22i  gal.,  $288.65  ;  boat  and  canoe  hire. 
$1,062;  hire  of  teams  and  teamsters,  $82.50;  camp  stove,  $24;  hardware,  etc., 
$56.47;     cotton,     $27.50 1,790    64 

Provisions,    $21.70;    repairs    to    2    cylinder    engine    and    launch    $125.10;    express, 

$25.82;    sundry    items,    $14.88 187   50 

C.    A.    Bigger,    Geodetic    Survey—  Arpentage    gcodcsique,    i:)2(i 

Assistants  :   K.  E.   Jordan,   $240  ;  sundry   assistance,   $42 282   00 

Living  allowance  while  in  field,   at  $4  per  d.,   C.  K.   McElroy,    $64,'   E.   E.   Jordan, 

$240 304    00 

Travelling    expenses:    C.    A.    Bigger    and    C.    K.    McElroy,    $24.90;    tent,    $32.80; 

sundry  camp   supplies,    $42.07  ;    hardware,    $26.64  ;    electrical   supplies,    $25.44  ; 

express,    freight    and    cartage,    $36.63;    sundry    items,    $50.27 238   75 

C.  H.  Brahazon,  Geodetic  Survey — Arpentage  gcodesique,  1920 

Travelling  expenses,  $633.99 ;  livery  and  auto  hire,  $100.75 ;  auto  supplies  and 
repairs,  $400.38  ;  gasoline,  293J  gal.,  $146.59  ;  hardware  and  sundry  supplies, 
$231.77;    kitchen    utensils,    $48.85;    boat    hire,    $52;    storage,    $25;    freighting 

supplies,  $280.75;  freight  and  express,  $200.96;  sundry  items,  $52.90 2,173   94 

Grant-Holden-Graham,    Ltd.,    Ottawa,    tents,    6 230   28 

MoClary   Manufacturing  Co.,    Montreal,   camp  stoves,    6 26  81 

Woods   Manufacturing  Co.,  Ltd.,   Ottawa,  camp  cots,   9 54   00 

W.   M.   Dennin,   Geodetic   Survey  in   the   West — Arpentage   geodeslqne   dans   I'Oiiest 

I'.m      s 

Assistants,   at    $4    per    d. :    J.    L.    McDougall,    $396,    Jas.    House.    $44 

Living  allowance  while  in  field:  at  $5  per  d.,  W.  M.  iDennis,  $290;   at  $4  per  d., 

W.    M.    Dennis    and    J.    L.    McDougall,  ,  $848 

Travelling  expenses:   W.   M.   Dennis,    $400.80;  J.  L.  McDougall,    $146.20;   sundry, 

$14.60 

Climbing    boots,    $15 ;    auto    repairs    and    supplies,    $262.38 ;    gasoline,     339    gal., 

$206.44;   hardware,   etc.,    $47.30;   tent,   $44.20;   motor  license,    $18;    telegrams. 

$24.80;  exchange,  $20.70;  express  and  freight,  $67.10,  express  on  truck,  $173.25; 

sundry    items,    $64.45 

Vancouver    Shipyard,    Ltd.,    Vancouver,    hauling    out,    cleaning,    copper    painting 

and   repairing  launch  Metra 

A.   M.    Grant,   Primary    TiHanguJation   in    Western   Ontario — Triangulation   initiale 

dans  I'Ontario-Ouest 

Living  allowance   while  in   field:   at   $5    per   d.,  A.    M.   Grant,    $495,   J.    M.    Riddell. 

$140;    at   $4   per   d.,   A.    M.   Grant,    $200,   J.   M.    Riddell,   '$200;    assistants,    15 

d.    at    $4 1,095   00 

Travelling  expenses,  A.  M.  Grant  and  assistants 109   31 

Auto   supplies   and   repairs,    $238.27 ;    gasoline,    336    gal.,    $147.55  ;    hardware,    etc., 

$43.77;   lumber,   $33.66;   rent  of   garage,    $40;   rent  of  ground  for   tower,    $30; 

express,    $28.80;    sundry    items,    $54.45 616   .'lO 

J.  A.  IL  IJenderson,  Geodetic  Survey,  Province  of  Quebec — Arpentage   g^oddsique, 
province   de   Quebec,  19i0 

Living  allowance  while   in   field :   at   $4  per  d.,   J.   A.   H.  Henderson,    $492,  C   K. 

McElroy,    $492;    at    $1.25,    2    men,    $11.25.; 995   25 

Travelling  expenses,  $96.75;  guide,  etc.,  $40;  livery  and  /boat  hire,  $162.60;  hard- 
ware,   $26.85;    sundry    items,    $29.35 355   55 


44U 

00 

1,138 

00 

561 

60 

943 

62 

2.531 

40 

j^ ^58  AUDITOR  GE^'ERAL•S  UEPOUT,  1920-1921 

12  GEORGE  V,  A.   1922 


Geodetic    Surveys — Continued — Arpentages    geodesiques — Suite  $         cts. 

N.  E.  Kelly,   Tower  Building  in  N.S.   and  P.E.I. — Construction   de    tours   dans   la 
Nouvelle-Ecosse   et   I'lle-du-Prince-Edouard,  1020 

Carpenters,   etc.:    at   $3.25    per   d.,    $1,453.50,  at   $2.50,    $610.50,    at    $2.25,    $13.50; 

coolt,    at    $3    per    d.,    $675.50 2.753  0« 

Living  allowance  while  in  field:  N.  E.  Kelly,  at  $3  per  d.,  $579  ;  men  at  $1.25  per    • 

d.,    $1,202.50 1,78150 

Travelling   expenses,    $236.80  ;    livery,    $49  ;    boat   hire,    $29 314  86 

Auto  supplies  and  repairs,   $183.72;   gasoline,   334  gal.,   $173.94;  hardware,  cement, 

etc.,   $282.76;  horse  hire,   $82.75;   sundry  labour,   $172.25;   permit  for  building 

towers,  $20;  lumber  for  tower,  $337.59;   freight,  express  and  cartage,  $124.63; 

sundry    items,    $56.40 1.434   04 

H.  F.  J.  Lamliert,  Aerial  Survey  of  Ottawa,  etc. — Releve  aerien  d'Ottawa,  etc.,  1920 

Living  allowance  while  in  field:  2  d.,  $10  ;  travelling  expenses,  $34.71 ;  auto  supplies 
and  repairs,  $23.15;  gasoline,  78  gal.,  $32.60;  auto  hire,  $55.20;  sundry  items, 
$9.88    165   54 

G.   H.   McCallum,   Triangnlation   in   B.C. — Triangulation    dans    la   Colomhie-Britan- 

nique,  1S20 

Assistants,  at  $180  per  m.,  C.  McGillvray,  $911.61,  at  $140  per  m.,   $709.03 1,620   64 

Light-keepers,    etc.:    at    $3.75    per    d.,    $1,488.75,    at    $3.25,    $1,007.50,    at    $3,    $465, 

at   $2.75,    $2,996.50,    at    $2.50,    $352.50,    at   $2,    $144;    cooks,    at    $3.75,    $581.25, 

at   $3,    $450,   at    $2.75,    $412.50 

Engineer  on  Metra,  at  $5  per  d.,  $860;  cook  on  Metra,  at  $3.25  per  d.,  $555.75 

Living  allowance  while  in  field:   G.   H.  McCallum  at  $3  per  d.,   $561;  assistants, 

4,   at   $2.25,    $1,084.50;   men    at   $1.25,    $3.522.50 

Travelling  expenses:  G.  H.  McCallum,  $325.43;  J.  aVL  Riddell,  $208.85;  assistants, 

$387.15;    launch    hire,    $120 

Climbing  boots,   2  pr.,   $36.50;  electrical  supplies,  $58.37;   hardware,   etc.,   $182.32; 

camp  supplies,   $379.80;  repairs  to   instruments,  etc.,   $43;  rent  of  storehouse, 

$85;    freight,    express    and    cartage.     $209.24;     sundry    items,     $67.22 

Oil,  royalite,  801.5  gal.,  $202.76;  expenses,  ss.  Metra,  caretaker,  $70;  repairs,  etc., 

$196.20;    freight    on    oil,     $29.51 

Can.  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Vancouver :  Edison  storage  batteries,  complete,  3,  $288  ; 

Hyray   Exide   battery,    $135  ;    sundry   electrical   supplies,    $439.66 

Imperial  Oil   Co.,   Vancouver:    oil,   polarine,    50.5    gal.,    $42;    royalite,    2,624    gal., 

$664.62  ;   freight,   etc.,    $87.63 

F.  A.  McDiarmid,  Geodetic  Survey,  Province  of  Quebec — Arpentage  geodesique 
de  la  province  de  Quebec,  1920 

Living  allowance  while  in  Held,  at  $4  per  d.,  K.  H.  Robb,  $56,  O.  Drury,  $96 152   00 

Travelling  expenses,  $99.81  ;  auto  hire,  $28 ;  camp  supplies,  $40.33 ;  electrical 
supplies,  $32.18;  hire  of  motor  boat,  $150;  hardware,  etc.,  $45;  moving  outfit, 
$60  ;  cartage  and  express,   $103.51 ;  sundry  items,   $40.19 599  02 

C.  K.   McElroy,  Salvaging   Observation   Towers  in   Western   Ontario — Tours 
I'observaticn  dans  I'Ontario  Ouest,  1920 

Living  allowance  while  in  field,  C.  K.  McElroy,  at  $5  per  d 85  OO 

Travelling  expenses,  $30.91 ;  livery,  $11.50 ;  sundry  items,  $18.30    60  71 

D.  McMillan,  Geodetic  Survey,  Saslc. — Arpentage  geodesique,   Sask,  1920 

C.  M.  Cassin,  engineer  clerk,  at  $4  per  d.,  $328  ;  railway  pilots,  rodmen,  etc.,  at 
$4  per  d.,  $608,  at  $3,  $270,  at  $2.75,  $572,  at  $2.50,  $660.50;  cook,  at  $3.50, 
$616    

Living  allowance  while  in  field:  D.  McMillan,  at  $3  per  d.,  $540;  assistants,  at 
$1.25,    $1,426.25    

Travelling  expenses:  D.  McMillan,  $100.29;  assistants,  $364.55;  moving  outfit, 
$33.37   

Auto  supplies  and  repairs,  $43.82;  gasoline,  95J  gal.,  $51.30;  firewood,  $51.80;  hard- 
ware, cement,  etc.,  $125.06;  lumber.  $31.05;  tent,  $53.25;  sundry  camp  supplies. 
$142.85;  labour.  $31.50;  provisions,  $24.05;  express,  freight,  cartage  and 
storage,  $188.40 ;   sundry  items,  $31.56    

Grant-Holden-Graham,  Ltd.,  Ottawa :  tents,  2,  $80 ;  tent  fly,  1,  $18.75   


7,898 
1.415 

00 
75 

5.168 

00 

1,041 

43 

1.061 

45 

498 

47 

862 

66 

794 

25 

3.054 

50 

1.966 

25 

498 

21 

774 
98 

64 

75 

INTEKIOR   ni:rM{TMi:sr:   EXl'KyniTliRE  K 159 

SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.   1 

Geodetic    Surveys — Continued — Arpentages    geodesiqnes — Suite  %         cts. 

W.  II.  McTai'ish,  Obsei'vation  in  Western  Ontario — Observation  dans  I'Ontario 

Quest,  1920 

Llghtkeepers,  etc.,  at  $3  per  d.,  $1,011,  at  $2.75.  $330;  cook,  at  $3.25  per  d.,  $380.25  1,721   25 

Living  allowance  while  In  field:  "W.  H.  McTavish,  at  $3  per  d.,   $378;  assistants, 

at    $1.25,    $698.75    1,076   Ti 

Travelling  expenses:   W.    H.    McTavisli,    $87.90;   J.   N.   Brown,   $27.69;    P.    Girvin, 

$17.94;    A.    Li.    Parlow,    $27.20    160   73 

Auto  repairs,  $17.80;  gasoline,  110  gal.,  $50.06;  camp  stoves,  3,  $43.25;  sundry- 
camp  outfit,  $47.75;  hardware  and  sundry  supplies,  $123.51;  lumber,  $20.33; 
livery  for  transport  of  men  and  supplies,  $158.50;  freight,  express  and  cartage, 
$73.76  ;  sundry  items,  $57.67    592   63 

Grant-Holden-Graham,  Ltd.,  Ottawa,  2  tents,  $76  ;  Can.  Carbide  Co.,  carbide,  200 

lb..   $9.50    85   50 

Woods  Mfg.  Co.,  Ltd.,  3  tents   123  61 

J.  W.  Menzies,  Reconnaissance  Sxcrvey,  N.B. — Operations  dc  reconnaissance, 

N.-B.  1920 

Living  allowance  while   in   field :   J.   W.   Menzies,   at  $5   per  d.,   $25,   at   $4,   $556 ; 

J.  Perrin,  at  $4,  $556    1,137   09 

Travelling  expenses,   self  and  assistants,   $114.05;   livery,    $27    141  OB 

Auto  supplies  and  repairs,   $258.40;   gasoline,    26i:i    gal.,    $129.69;    hardware,   etc., 

$29.46  ;  freight,  etc.,  $25.50 ;  sundry  items,  $37.30   480  35 

H.  P.  Moulton,  Reconnaissance  Survey  of  N.S. — Operations  de  reconnaissance  dayis 

la  Nouvelle-Ecosse,  1920 

Living  allowance  while  in  field:  H.  P.  Moulton,  at  $4  per  d.,  $848  ;  W.  N.  McGrath, 

at    $4,    $848     1,096   00 

Travelling  expenses,  self  and  assistants,  $144.55 ;  auto  supplies  and  repairs, 
$305.37;  gasoline,  2651  gal.,  $136.38;  hardware,  etc.,  $20.57;  ferry  for  car, 
$23;  freight  and  express,   $55.99;   sundry  items,   $95.94    781  80 

W.  C.  Murdie,  Triangulation  on  the  Lower  St.  Lawrence — T7-iangulation 
dans  le  bas  du  Saint-Laurent,  1920 

Triangulation  party — 

C.  A.  Chisholm,  engr.  clerk,  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $493.50 ;  Jas.  Clark,  sr.  light- 
keeper,  at  $5  per  d.,  $1,680 ;  llghtkeepers,  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $454.50,  at 
$3.75,  $2,643.75,  at  $3.50,  $896,  at  $3.25,  $2,281,  at  $3,  $846;  carpenters, 
at  $4.75,  $47.50,  at  $4,  $148,  with  horse,  at  $5.50  and  $6  per  d.,  $111; 
cooks,  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $1,008,  at  $3,  $105;  labourers,  with  horse,  at  $5.25 
per  d.,   $230.75;   sundry   labour,    $18.50    10,963   50 

Living  allowance  while  in  field:  W.  C.  Murdie,  at  $5  per  d.,  $65,  at  $3,  $450; 
C.  H.  Ney  and  J.  H.  Kihl,  at  $3.25  per  d.,  $661.50;  helpers,  at  $1.25  per 
d..   $3,533.25    4709    75 

Travelling  expenses,  etc. — 

W.  C.  Murdie:  fares,  etc.,  for  self  and  assistants,  $723.64;  livery,  $162; 
hire  of  tug  for  special  trip,  $125 ;  hardware  and  sundry  supplies, 
$218.18;  telegrams,  $35.96;  freight,  express  and  cartage,  $117.09; 
sundry  items,   $45.78    1,427   65 

G.  P.  H.  Clark:  travelling  expenses,   $76.28;  board  and  lodging,   $40.65;   Jas. 

Clark,    livery,   etc.,    $11.36    128  29 

W.    Clark:    fares,    self    and    assistants,    $18.15;    freighting    camp    outfit,    etc., 

$16  ;  sundry  items,  $19.80    53  95 

J.  Circle:  fares,  $29.20;  freighting,  etc.,  $134.75;  kitchen  utensils,  etc.,  $32.60; 

sundry  items,   $47.35    243  90 

A.  S.  Holmes:  fares,  $8.75;  transport  of  men  and  equipment,  $143.50;  sundry 

items,  $17.97 170  22 

J.    H.   Kihl:    fares,   etc.,    self   and   assistants,    $98.60;    freighting   camp    outfit, 

$121.25;    sundry   items,    $36.51    256  36 

J.  C.  Monteith :  livery,  for  cartage,  etc.,  $159.50 ;  sundry  items,  $36.58    196  08 

C.  H.  Ney:  fares,  self  and  assistants,  $84.70;  hardware  and  sundry  supplies, 
$49.29;  lumber  for  building  tower,  $37.88;  telegrams,  $39.04;  wood,  85 
loads,  $33;  freighting  lumber,  etc.,  $122;  freight,  $28.29;  express,  $62.33; 
sundry    items.    $19.58 476   n 

R.  S.  Talbot:  fares,  $17.80;  livery.  $82.75;  motorboat  hire,  $116;  hardware  and 

sundry   supplies,    $82.50;    sundry    items,    $21.43 320  48 

R.  S.  Warwick :  fares,  $24.10  ;  livery,  $44.75  ;  small  items,  $13.20 82  05 

G.    E.    Westman,    moving   outfit,    livery,    etc 13  55 

W,  Withrow:  moving  outfit,  etc.,  $87.50  ;  sundry  items,  $43.77 131  27 


K 160  AUDITOR  GEXERAL'S  REPORT,  1920-1921 

12   GEORGE  V,   A.   1922 

Geodetic    Surveys — Continued — Arpentages    geodesiqnes — Suite  %         cts. 

W.    C.    Mtirdie,    Triangulation   on    the   Loicer   St.    Lawrence — Concluded — 
Triangulation.  da»s  \e   has  du  Saint-Laurent — Fin 

Can.   Gov't  S.S.   Chilnare — 

Captain  O.  J.  Morin,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  ?1,920  ;  1st  officer,  John  Smith,  1  m., 
1115,  11  m.  at  $125  ;  2nd  officer,  W.  Racine,  June  21  to  Oct.  7,  $302.52  ; 
1st  engineer,  W.  A.  Robertson,  1  m.,  $140,  11  ni.  at  $150;  2nd  engineer, 
Peter  McGonnell,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  $1,32