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SESSIONAL   PAPERS 


VOLUME  2— PART  1 


FOURTH  SESSIONOFTHETHIRTEENTH  PARLIAMENT 


OF  THE 


DOMINION  OF  CANADA 


SESSION  1920 


VOLUME  LVI 


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10-11  George  V         Alphabetical  Index  to  Sessional  Papers 


A.  1920 


ALPHABETICAL  INDEX 


TO  THE 


SESSIONAL   PAPERS 


PARLIAMENT  OF  CANADA 


FOURTH  SESSION,  THIRTEENTH  PARLIAMENT,  1920 


A 

Xo. 
Advertisements     respecting     voluntary     enlist.aent, 

before  year  1917 181 

Agreement  between  Allies  and  Associated  Powers,  re 
cost  of  liberation  of  Territories  of  former  Austro- 

Hiingarian  Empire. .  .  42A 

Agreement  between  Allies  and   Assoctatetl   i\)A-ers 

re  Italian  reparation  Payments,  etc 42i 

Agriculture —  Report  of  Depart  ment  of — 1 IU9 15 

Agricultural  Instruction  Act— 1918-19 ._     15a 

Air  Board,  Report  of  year  1920 47n 

"         **      O.  in  C.  respecting  re-organization  of — 1020      47^ 
"  Force  in  Canada— O.  in  C.  1920  re  organization.    .     127 

"    Regulations— O.  in  C.  relating  to,  1920      47 

Alberta — respecting  irrigation  development  in 164 

Antigonish,  N.S. — Date   of -establishing    Branch    of 

P.W.  Department  at ...     101 

Antigonish,    N.S.   and    North   Sydney   Branches   of 

P.W.  Department  at lOlc 

Appointments  to  Civil  Ser\'ice  in  Cities  of  Canada 

since  1915 191 

Archives,   Department  of,  Ottawa- -number  of  em- 
ployees in,  salaries,  etc 170c 

Arms  Traffic  Convention— Protocol  re- 1919 42c 

.\ssets  of  Canada — Total  Amount,  interest,  etc.  from 

1910 — average  to  present  time  - .  137 

Auditor  General's  Report.  \o\.  I,  Pt.  A-B— A-to  J.' 

"     II.  Pt.  KtoS [      I 

"     III,Pt.TtoZ ..f 

"     IV.  Pt.  ZZ ) 

Automobiles— respecting  the  amount  of  excise  dutv 
collected  on.  in  1918-1919 '.     2f3 

B 

Banks,   chartered— npmber   of,    profits,    etc.    ycara, 

1911-12-1.3-14-15-16-17-18-19 122 

Beatonville  P.(>..rnvemess  Co., N'.S..  respecting  site  of    149 
Becker&  Co  ,  London,  England — Copy  of  correspond- 
ence between,  and  Government     .  77 

Berlin  and  Brussells  Acts  Convention — 1919 42f 

Board  of  Commerce— re  resignation  of  Chief  Com- 
missioner of,  etc . .       4g 

Board  of  Comniprce  of  Canada,  First  Annual  Report 

of— and  O.  in  C.  accompanying  same 205 

Bonds  and  securities,  statement  re,  1919 69 

British   House  of  Commons— Resolutions  of  thanks 
passed  by,  to  troops  in  late  war 114 


Canadian  Expeditionary  Forces— r«  payments  to^ 
respecting  rate  of  exchange ' . ,  .       90 

Canadian  Expe'titionary  Forces— Copies  of  Routine 
Orders  pr<Mnu]<:ate<I— 1919-1920 94 

Canadian  Expeditionary  Forces— Appoint  men  ta.  Pro- 
motions and  RetiremeDta~19Id-2D 95 

5951— i 


Canadian  Government  Merchant  Marine  Ltd. — Report 

of  Directors  of 

Canadian    Militia — Promotions,    Appointments    and 

Retirements— 1919-1920 

Canadian   Munition   Resources  Commission — Report 

year  1915  to  1919 . , ._ 

Canadian  Munition  Resources  Commission  O.  in  C.^ 

Copy  of  dissolving  same,  1920 

Canadian  National  Railways — re  amount  of  work  on 

certaip  lines  of.  -  -         

Canadiaa  Naval  Service— number  of  vessels  of,  during 

war — names,  etc  : 

Canadian  Naval  Service  re  gratuity  to  warrant  officers 

of         ., 

Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company  re  mortgage 

deeds  granted  by  Government  to,  1918-1919 

Canadian    Northern     Railway    System— Report    of 

Directors  for  year  1919 

Canadian  Securities  once  held  in  Great  Britain,  now 

by  U.  S.  of  America 

Canadian  Silver  Coinage — defining  standard  of 

Canal  Statistics,  SKison  of  navigation,  1919 

Captain  Superintendents  H.M.C.  Dockyards — re  pay- 
ments to 

Carvill,  George — respecting  dismissal  of  from  position 

of  Ticket  Agent  at  St.  John       

Census  of  Industry,  Pulp  and  Paper 1 

Chippewa — Indians— Agreement  between  and  Govern- 
ment— re  surrender  of  Sarnia  Indian  Reserve 

Civil  Service  Commission— Annual  Report  of,  1919 

number  of  persons  employed 

on — names  and  salaries 
Civil  Service  Commission,  re  correspondence  with, 

respecting  classification  of  Civil  Ser\-ice 

Civil  Service  Investigation  Commissions — No.  of  ap- 
pointed since  189.5      

Civil  Service  Insurance  Act,  Statement  in  pursuance  Ql 
Number  of  Classification  engineers  em- 
ployed in  re-classification  of 

Civil  Service,  respecting  names,  salaries,  etc.,  of  men 

employed  to  re-classify  same.     

Coal  operations— Orders  of  the  Director  of— No.  1  to 

144  inclusive 

Coal— Production  of  in  Canada  past  10  years — Total 

Exportation  and  importation  of  past  10  years 

Commis.'iions — re  date  and  object  of  appointment  of 

since  1911  to  date -. . . 

Commissions — re  date  and  object  of  appointment  of 

since  1912  to  date  

Commissions— r»?  date  and  object  of  appointment  of 

since  1914  to  date 

Commissions— re  date  and  object  of  appointment  of 

since  1911  to  date  

Commissions  of  Enquir>' — re  cost  of  reporting,  tianx- 

lating,  etc., since  1900  

Conner,  Jas.,  re  dismissal  of,  etc 

Cost  of  Living  Bonus  for  Civil  Service  Employees. 

years  1920-21 


No. 
161 

95 
184 
184a 

97 

117 

43c 

175 

160 

89 
76 

20o 

4.3 

134 
7c(4) 

207 
32 

150 

90 

166 
50 

98a 

228 

202 

103 
fj 
65fl 
656 
65r 

141 

82 

103 


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A.  1920 


No. 
Court  Martial— re  trials  by  of  certain  Rifiemen  of 

Canadian  Siberian  Force,  1919 96fl 

Consolidated  Debt,  of  Canada — Amount  of  in  gross — 

alao  net,  etc 106 

Correspondence,  copy  of  between  Prime  Minister,  and 

Prime  Minister  of  Gt.  Britain 211 

Customs  and  Inland  Revenue — Report  of  1919    11 

"        Shipping  Department,  Report  of,  I919-.     .    .  lli 


Departments  of  the  Government — number  of  non- 
Canadian-bom  in — Engineers,  etc .     214 

Department  of  Health — re  sum  of  $200,000  for  combat- 
ting Veneral  Disease      206 

Demonstration  Farm  at  Baie  St.  Paul,  Co.  of  Charle- 
voix   195 

Deputy  Postmaster  at  Edmonton,  Alberta — reappoint- 
ment of 186 

Dillon.  John  A.,  respecting  retention  as  Fishing  Over- 
seer in  Co.  of  Guysborough.  N.S 199 

Dismissals  of  CiWI  Servants  in  Cities  of  Canada  since 
1915 191 

Dog-Fish  Reduction  Works— Clark's  Harbour,  N.S..     180 

Dominion  Council  of  Health — O.  in  C.  appointing 
same.  1919 93a 

Dominion  I^ands  Survey  Act — O.  in  C.  respecting     . .       74 

Dominion  Lands  Act— <).  in  C.  respecting 75 

Dominion  M  anufacturers  Association — respecting — 
appeals  connected  with,  from  Supreme  Court  153 

Dominion  Railways  Commission — re  proceedings  and 
evidence,  at  Ottawa  in  1911,  and  1919 136(i 


Edmonton,  Alberta,  re  theft  of  $50,000  from  post  office 

at 187 

Election.  Return  of  the  Thirteenth  General 30 

Emergency  Fund  for  re-establishment  of  Soldiers — 
amount  overpaid  to  those  not  entitled 125 


Estimates  of  Canada. , 

Supplementary' 

"         Further  Supplementary , 

Exchequer  Court  of  Canada — Rules  and  Orders  of. 


Experimental  Farms,  Report  of,  1919 

Explosives  Division.  Dept.  of  Mines— Report  of  ye 
1919 


3 
5 
5 
6a 
56 
58 
58a 
16 

110 
External  Affairs — Report  of  Department  of,  1919 34 


Federal  Government  of  Canada — Respecting  number 
of  persons  employed  by — both  sexes So 

Federal  Housing  Scheme — Orders  in  Council  respect- 
ing      194 

Feed  for  Live  Stock— in  Southern  Alberta — cost  of  in 
years  1918-19-20 104 

Ferry,  Steamboat — between  Ste.  Catherine  and  Tad- 
oussac  -   173 

Finance  Department— number  of  employees  in^in- 
cluding  Insurance  Dept 158/ 

Fiset,  Dr.  Michel— respecting  appointment  of  in  1914 
as  Parcel  Post  Supervisor,  Quebec  City 204 

Fisheries  Branch  at  Ottawa — names,  salaries,  etc.  of, 
years  1919-20 .     156 

Forbes,  J.  L.  A. — Reports  concerning  indemnity  paid 
to  widow  of 209 

Forest  Reserves  and  Parks  Act 72 


Gagnon,  F.  X. — correspondence  between  and  Govt., 
rfl  Military  exemption     129 

Geographic  Board — Report  of — including  all  decisions 
from  1917  to  1919 256 

Geological  Sur\'eys  Branch,  Department  of  Mines, 
year  1919 26 

Generals — number  of  retiring,  also  number  of  pro- 
moted, etc.,  since  six  months  past 183 

Governor-Generals  Warrants— Statement  respecting 
—1919-20 51 

Grain  Supervisors  of  Canada,  Board  of,  O.  in  C. 
appointing,  1919 68 

Grand  Etang  Harbour,  N.S.,  re  improvements  on, 
years  1918,  1919,  and  1920 224 

G  rand  Trunk  Ry .  Co.  of  Canada— Agreement  between 
Government  and 40 


G 

No. 
Greece — re  Contract  between  Canadian  Wheat  Board 

-    and  Govt,  of  Canada  respecting  Wheat  86 

Greece — amounts  loaned,  or  credits  given  to — dates  of, 

etc.  -■ 147 

Griffenhagen  and  Associates— O.   in  C.  re  contract 

with,  by  Government 216 


Halford.  H.  J.— O.  in  Co.  appointing  as  member  of 
Dominion  Council  of  Health 93a 

Halifax  Gra\TBg  Dock — re  expropriation  of 231 

Harbours  of  Halifax,  St.  John,  Quebec,  Montreal, 
Toronto,  Hamilton,  Port  Arthur,  Vancouver,— 
Amount  of  money  spent  in  since  Confederation  ...        201 

Harbour  Commission  of  Quebec — Documents  re  con- 
struction of  Docks,  Elevators,  etc     131 

Headquarters,  MUitia  Department  at  Ottawa, — 
names  of  all  officers  employed  at.  91o 

Highlanders — 7Sth  Regt.  of  Pictou,  N.S.  re  names  of 
officers  of,  etc 142a 

Highlanders— 78th  Regt .  of  Pictou  Co. ,  N.S.  re  names 
of  officers  of 142 

Historical  Documents  Publication  Board — Annual 
Report  of 3C 

Houses — number  of  commenced  and  finished  under  Act 
of  1919 113 


Imperial    News   SerWce — Correspondence  respecting 

establishment  of  same 185 

Income    Tax — Number    of    companies    and    persons 

paying  in  Toronto HI 

Inspectors  of  Terminal  Elevators — re  authority  of . . .        178 
Immigrat  ion  and  Colonization — Report  of  Department 

of,  1919. 18 

Indmn  Affairs— Report  of  Department  of— 1919 27 

Indian    AfTairs — Regpecting    number    employed    in 

Department  of — salaries,  etc 170 

Insurance  Abstract  of  Statement  of  year  1919  .    . .    .  - .        9 

Insurance — Report  of  Superintendent  of— 1918 8 

Insurance  showing  names  of  societies  complying  with 
provisions  of  Insurance  Act,  also,  those  which  have 

neglected  to  do  so,  etc  231 

Interior— number  of  emplojees  in  service  of  Depart- 
ment of— inside loSrf 

Interior— number  of  employees  in  service  of  Depart- 
ment of— in  Ottawa 170» 

Interior — Report  of  Department  of — 1919 25 

International  Opium  .Association— Copy  of,  etc  45 

Internationa!  Joint  Commission  re   development  of 

St.   Lawrence   River— O.  in   C 78 

International  I^abour  Conference  at  Washington — Draft 

Conventions,  etc 100 

International    Labour    Conference    at  Washington — 

Names  of  Canadian  Representatives  at  100a 

Intoxicants    into    N.    West    Territories — re    permits 
granted  for— 1919 60 

J 

J ellicoe— Admiral — Report  ofrespecting  Naval  Mission 

to  Canada 61 

Justice,  Department  of  at  Ottawa— number  of  em- 
ployees in  170* 


Labour,  Department  of — Number    of   employees   in, 

etc 158 

Labour,  Deptirtment  of— Number  of  employeee  in, 

names,  salaries,  etc 170» 

Labour,  Department  of — Report  for  year  1920  37 

Lady  Evelyn,  Steamer,  Documents  re  c^irriage  of  mails, 

etc.  to  Magdalen  Islands  .  177 

Lawyers,  acting  as  public  representatives  in  Military 

Service  trials — salaries,  etc 192 

League  of  Nations— Apportionment  of   expenses  of, 

also  re  Cauiida's  share  in  115 

Librarians  of  Parliament— Report  of — 1919 41 

Life  Saving  Stj»tion  at  Cheticamp,  N.S.  respecting 

closing  of 221 

Liquor  Traffic   Convention—Protocol   re  traffic   in 

Africa— 1919 42.i 

Loans  negotiated  by  Government  since  1911  108 

lyobster  llatchery- sale   of  at  Charlottetown,  P.E.I,     lift 


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A.  1920 


M 

No. 

Mabou,  and  Whycocomah,  N.S.— Documenta  re  mail 
route  between H8 

Mail   carriers — County  of  Charlevoix-Montmorency, 
number  of 63 

Mail  Bags — re  transfer  of  from  C.P.U.  to  trains  at 
Iber^-ille  Junction— 1917-1918     .  120 

Marine  and   Fisheries,   Pleport  of  Department  ol— 
1918-19— Marine 21 

Marine  and  Fisheries — Steamboat  Inspection  Report 
(Marine)— 1918-19 23 

Marine  arfd   Fisheries,    Department   of— number  of 
employees  in  inside  service  of     1586 

Marine   and    Fisheries,    Department   of— number  of 
emplovees  in  at  Ottawa        ITOfc 

Marine  and  Fisheries,  List  of  Vessels  year  1919..     ...      22 

Mariners — sick — amount   of   dues    from    shipping    in 
Canadian  Ports  in— 1912-13-14-15-16-17-18-19 190 

Married  Women — Xo.  of  in  employ  of  Government — 
Salaries,  etc ,    — * 167 

Metabetchouan — respecting     appointment     of     Post- 
master at 99 

Mewbum,  Hon.  S.  C— resignation  of  - _■ 71 

Meiagama  Stmr.  re  complaints  of  soldiers  sailing  on^ 
Februarj-  8.  1919     189 

Militia  Council— Report  of  year  1919  _ 36 

Militia  Department — re  officers  retained,  who  have 
not  been  overseas. 91 

Militia  Department— General  Orders  promulgated— 
1919-1920 .■         94 

Militia  Department — Number  of  employees  in  Inside 
Ser^nce  of 1586 

Militia  and  Defence — Memo-  re  European  War — 1918- 
1919 179 

Mines  Branch- Department  of  Mines— Annual  report.      78a 

Mines,    Department  of  in  Ottawa— number  of  em- 
ployees in.  etc 170/ 

Miscellaneous    Cnforeseen   Expenses — Statement   res- 
pecting—1920 --^ 52 

Missisquoi  Bay — re  seine  or  net  fishing  in 200 

Mixed  Fertilizers— re  values  of  exportation  of  years— 
1916-17J8-19,  etc  64 

Montreal  Gazette — respecting  names  of  publishers  of, 
and  amounts  paid  to  in  last  5  years 172 


Mc 


McLean.  Hon.  .\.  K..  resignation  of 71 

McNutt.  Dr.  L.  W.,  Vancouver,  B.C. — correspondence 
re  claim  of  against  Government 157 


N 


National  Battlefields  Commission— 1919 54 

—1920 54a 

Naval  Se^^'ice — Report  of  Department  of  1919 39 

— number  of  employees  in — Ottawa 170i7 

"            Fisheries  Branch,  Report    of     Depart- 
ment of.  1919 40 

Naval  Mission  to  India— correspondence  with  British 
Admiralty  respecting 176 

Newspapers — .\mounts  paid  to  following — years,  1919 
and  1920— "Montreal  Gazette."  the  "Gazette  Print- 
ing Co.,"  "Montreal  Daily  Star,"  "The  Globe," 
Toronto,  "Mail  and  Empire"  of  Toronto,  "Tele- 
gram," of  Toronto,  "Star"  of  Toronto,  "The  Jour- 
nal" and  "The  Journal  Press."  Ottawa,  and  the 
"Citizen."  Ottawa .-.     226 


O'Connor.  W.  F.— copy  of  O.  in  C.  accepting  resignation 

ofsame 212 

Orders  in  Council: — 

re  payment  of  Command  Money  to  Captain  Super- 
intendents. 43 

Cancellation  of  pa>'ment  of  Separation  Allowance 
dependents  in  Naval  Ser\-ice  -        43a 

Naval  Forces  of  Canada,  placed  on  peace  footing  .  436 

Ottawa  Improvement  Commission — Report  of  year 

1919 65 

Outside  printing  done  for  Goverament  during  years 

1918-19 146 


P 

No. 

Parent,  Elisfee,  Inspector  of  Inland  Revenue — papers 

re  dismissal  of  in  1916 152 

Parent,  Elisfe,  Inspector  of  Inland  Revenue — supple- 
mentary- Return.  et« 152o 

Parliamentary    Library— number   of   employees   in, 

salaries,  etc 188 

Peace  Conference — Declaraticm  by  Supreme  Council 

of,  on  Economic  Condit  ions 143 

Peace  Treaty — 

Copy  of  between  Allies  and  Bulgaria— 1919 42 

'*  '*  Serb-Croat-Slovene — 

1919  426 

"  "  Caecho-SIovakia— 1919..      33 

Penitentiaries,  Report  of  Minister  of  Justice,  as  to  year, 

1919 34 

Port  of  Canso.  N.S. — re  appointment  of  Harbour  Mas- 
ter at 81 

Postmaster-General— Report  of— 1919 24 

Prince    Edward    Island — re    appointment   of    Lieut . 

Governor  for 227 

Printing  Bureau,  Govt. — number  of  dismissals  from, 

starting  Januar\- 1  to  March  1.  1920     119 

Proprietary  or  Patent  Medicine  Act— re  appointment 

of  Advisorj-  Council,  etc    93a 

Public  Accounts  of  Canada  2 

Public  cross  road  between  Ste.  Catherine  andTadous- 

sac — O.  in  C.  respecting  102 

Public  Health:- 

Number  of  employees  in  Department  of,  etc 170« 

Orders  in  Council  relating  to  organization  and  work 

of 93 

Public  Printing— number  of  persons  employed  in  De- 
partment of — names  and  salaries 170 

Public  Printing  and  Stationer^-— Report  of  Depart- 
ment of.  year  1919 33 

Public  Works: — 

Report  of  Department  of,  1919 19 

Names  of  tenderers  for,  in  Co.  of  Mbntmorency.  Que.  92 
Number  of  employees  in  Canada  from  1915  to  1920  196 
Number  of  names  and  salaries  throughout  Canada. 

uptoJanuar>-,.1920 196a 

Number  of  names  and  salaries  in  Ottawa 170i 

Public  Ser%-ice— number  of  employees  in  Departments 

of,  subject  to  new  classification  of 217 

Postmasters— names  and  P.O.  addresses  of.  appoint- 
ed in  N.S.  since  1917 — also  documents  re  number  of 

in  County  of  Charlevoii-^Montmorency 62 

Postmasters — re  salaries  paid  to 132 

Post  Office   Department^number  of  employees  in 

inside  ser\-ice  of 158a 

Poet  Office  Department  at  Ottawa— number  of  em- 
plovees in,  salaries,  etc 17flo 

Post  Offices— number  of  north  of  St.  Lawrence  from 

Tadoussac  to  Esquimaux  Point 112 

Pound  Sterling.  British— ^■alue  of  in  Canadian  cur- 
rency in  last  of  1914.  and  in  years  1915-17-18-19  124 
Prince  Edward  Island- respecting  names  of  persons 
from,  passing  Civil  Service  Exams 165. 

Q 

Quebec  and  Saguenay  Railway  re  curtailing  of  service 

on  since  November,  1919 19" 

Quebec.  Board  of  Trade  of  City  of.  re  letter  to  Minister 

of  Trade  and  Commerce  re  Mail  Steamers 155 

Quebec.    City    of — correspondence   re    Dam    on    St . 

Charles  River  ..  88 

Quebec.  Riots  of  1918 — respecting  claims  for  damages, 

etc..  incurred  in 140 

Quebec  r«  copy  of  letter  of  Western  Senators  and  ^fem- 

bers  of  Commons,  respecting  routing  shipments  via    171 

& 

Radiotelegraph  Regulations— Amendments  to    44 

44a 

Railways  and  Canals— number  bt  emplo>ecs  in  De- 
partment of  in  Ottawa 170jf 

Railways  and  Canals— Report  of  Department  of,  1919      20 

Railway  Statistics  of  Canada,  year  1919      206 

Railway  Commission— respecting  s^^^i^ns  of,  relating 
to  compensation  for  damages  cau.'^'<i  ttvC.N.  Ry.        20? 

Railway  Commission— respecting  s^'.-^-ions  of  relating 
to  compensation  for  damages  cau-sed  by  C.N.  Ry. 
passing  through  North  Bay 208a 

Railway  Commissionere: — 

Report  of  Board  of.  year  1919      \    20c 

Report  of.  vear  1919 | 


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A. 1920 


R 

Report  of  re  fixing  of  rates  for  carriage  of  mails  bv 

C.P.R.  and  G.  Trunk  Rys 

Railway  Belt,  40  miles  in  Province  of  B.C. — O.  in  C. 

respecting 

Railway  between  St.  Camille,  Que.,  and  Cabano.  Co. 
of  Temiscouata 

Railway  Station — "  The  Palais  "  at  Que.  re  construc- 
tion of 

Remissions  and  Refund  of  Customs  Duties,  year 
I&18 

Revenue-total  estimate  for  I89MS96-1901-1906-1911- 
1912-13-14-15-16-17-18-19;  also  expenditure,  etc 

Richibucto  Beach.  N.B.,  re  closing  of  the  life  saving 
station  at 

Ricthdorf,  Prof.  F.  V.,  papers,  letters,  etc.,  naturaliza- 
tion of,  etc 

River  Batiscan — Champlain  Co..  respecting  Bridge 
over 

River  Batiscan — Champlain  Co.,  Reports,  correspond- 
ence, etc 

Robson,  Judge,  correspondence  re  resignation  of,  as 
Chairman  of  Board  of  Commerce     

Roumania — Amounts  loaned  or  credits  given  to — 
dates,  etc 

Royal  Canadian  Navy — O.  in  C. — 1920,  re  engagement 
of  Seamen  in .... 

Royal  Canadian  Navy — O-  in  C. — 1920,  '*  am^odment 
to  pay  of  Sergeant  Lieutenants  of 

Royal  Commission  on  Indian  Affairs  for  Province  of 
B.C 

Royal  North  West  Mounted  Police— Report  of  1919. . 

Royal  Society  of  Canada — Report  of  1919 

I  Running  Race  Meets — Report  and  Evidence  of  Com- 
I      mission  to  enquire  into  conditions  re   

Rural  Mail  Carriers — re  salaries,  etc.,  paid  to 

Rural  Mail  Routes — Reports  re,  in  Parishes  of  Champ- 
liiin,  Batiscan  and  St.  Luc,  Quebec 


No 

136 

73 

135 

80 
83 

105 

218 

121 
79 
79a 
48a 

147 

4Sd 

43e 

66 
28 
56 

67 
132 


&;ienti6c  and  Industrial  Research— Report  of  Chaii- 
man  for  Council  of,  year  1920      

Secretaries — Private.  Number  of  to  Members,  chair- 
men, or  members  of  commissions,  since  1911 . 

Secretary'  to  Deputy  Minister  of  Justice — Documents 
respecting  promotion  of  

Secretary  of  State,  Report  of  Department  of — 1919 

Secretary'  of  State,  Department  of — number  of  em- 
ployees in 

Secretary  of  State.  Department  of— number  of  em- 
ployees in  

Seed  Grain — Cost  of  pro\'iding  for  settlers  in  Leth- 
bridge  in  1918-19-20     

Sentences  commuted  of  prisoners  to  be  hanged — number 
of— 1916-17-18-19 

Siberia  Expedition  to — number  of  men  composing  it, 
voluntarily  or  otherwise — C'ost  of  expedition  to,  etc. . 

Siberia,  Expedition  to — Trial  by  Court  Martial  of 
Riflemen  attached  to  Expedition  to — 1919  . 

Soldiers  Civil  Re-establish  men  t — Report  of  Depart- 
ment of— 1919 

>i'!diers  Civil  Re-establishment  re  institutions  under 
jurisdiction  of,  etc 

Soldiers  Civil  Re-establishment- Number  of  persons 
employed  in  Department  of  in  Ottawa 

Solili.  rs  Settlement  Act  — Number  of  farms  in  Quebec 
purchased  by  retiirniHl  soldiers.  

SoldiiT^  Settlement  Hoard — Correspondence  between, 
and  Minister  Lands.  Province  Quebec. 

Soldiers  Snttlenient  Hoard  re  number  of  persons  em- 
ployed l'\-  in  Province  of  Quebec     

Spirttuoii,.  I  iquors:  quantitv  of  imported  into  Canada 
years  1!I1:M4-I5-16-17-1K-19  

Superannuation  and  Retiring  Allowances — Statement 
respectuin.  tn  Deo.  31,  I9I9  

Superunnual  inn  and  Retiring  Allownncea  re  additional 
years  granted  under  .  .    .  .    , 

Superior  Courts  (.f  Criminal  Jurisdiction— Copies  of 
Rules  of  

Supreme  Court  of  ^ova  Scotia— Rules  of  re  Con- 
troverted Electioti.s  Act 

Supreme  Court  of  .\u\  a  Scotia— Rules  of  Judges  of  re 
Criminal  Code  ,  


222 

225 

163 
29 

1586 

170 

104 

118 

96 

96a 

14 

159 

170/ 

145 

107 

133 

151 

49 

49a 

210 

59 

59a 


St.  and  Ste. 

No. 

Ste.  Catherine  and  Tadoussac— re  subsidy  connected 
with  ferry  between 173 

Ste.  Catherine  and  Tadoussac,  respecting  postal  ferry 
service  between 19 

St.  Charles  river — Quebec,  re  construction  of  a  dam  on.      88 

Ste-  Anne  de  Beaupre.  Ste.  Famille.  He  d'Orleans, 
St.  Francois  du  Sud,  He  d'Orieans,  St.  Jean,  He 
d'Orleans,  He  de  la  Quarantine,  and  Pointe  aux 
Trembles,  names  of  tenderers  for  public  works 
at^ — amounts  of.  etc 92 

Ste.  Anne  de  Bellevue  re  Military  Hospital  at, — cost 
of,  number  of  patients  at 229 

St.  John  and  Quebec  Rv..  N.B..  re  procuring  running 
rights  of,  over  CP.Ry.  to  enter  St.  John 220 


Temporary'    Appointments — number    of    made     bj 

commission  since  Armistice  still  on  pay-rolls . .     .    .       182 
Temporary  Loans  since  last  session  of  Parliament. .  53 

Textile  Manufactures — re  drawbacks  paid  to  on  raw 

wool  and  cotton,  year  1920 215 

Toronto  Harbour— ri?  work  of  development  of  under 

present  scheme  of  work 219  ' 

Trade  and  Commerce — Report  of  relating  to  subsidies 

and  Steamship  Subventions,  for  year  1919  ...  10a 

Trade  and  Commerce — Trade  of  Canada  (Imports  for 

consumption  and  exports)  for  the  year  ending  March 

31,  1919 lOd 

Trade  and  Commerce — Criminal  Statistics  for  year 

ended  September  1919 10<f 

Trade  and  Commerce— Report  of  the  Weights  and 

Measures,  Electricity  and  Gas  Inspection  Serxaces, 

year  1918-19 10^ 

Trade  and  Commerce — Report  of  the  Dominion  Stat- 
istician year  1918-19 10/ 

Trade  and  Commerce — Department  of — number  of 

employees  in.  salaries  and  names  ITOd 

Trade  and   Commerce — Department  of— number  of 

employees  in,  salaries  and  names loSg 

Trade  Commission  overseas — re  purposes  of  creation, 

etc 12S 

Transcontinental  Ry., Commission— correspondence  re 

Ry.  Station  at  Champlain  Market,  City  of  Quebec— 

also  Elevators,  etc 130 

Translators — number  of  in  Senate,  House  of  Commons. 

and  different  Depts.  of  Government,  etc 154 

Treaty  between  Allies,  and  Associated  Powers  and 

Roumania,  Dec.  9,  1919 42? 

Treaty  of  Peace  between  Allies  and  Bulgaria — 1919 —      42 
'*  "        Czecho-Slovakia— 1919    42a 

Treaties  and  Conventions — Return  re  ratification  of — 

1920  42/ 

Tunnel,  construction  of  in  City  of  Quebec  connected 

with  Transcontinental  Ry 84 

u 

Unforeseen  Expenses — Miscellaneous  Statement  re  1920.    52 


Venereal    Disease— rtr    sum   of    $200,000  placed   with 

Health  Department  for  combatting 206 

\eterinar>'  Director  General — Report  of  year  1919-    . .       156 
Victorv  Loan — 1919 — Total  cost  and  general  expenses 

of     .' 109 

\"ictory    Loan— Appointment  of  Special   Committee 

respecting  stabilizing  Loan  of  1917 168 

Victory  Loan — Total  amount  of  commission  charges 

paid  to  brokers  and  agents.  1919 138 

w 

War  Purchasing  Commission — Sales  of  Military  and 
other  supplies  ma<le  by  in  1917-18-19 _       162 

War  Records  Othce.  Canadian — Reports  by  Officer -in 
charKe.  London,  England 169 

War  Revenue  Stamps — re  prosecutions  in  N.S.  for 
neglect  in  placing  on  Medical  Packages 126 

Wharves  on  St.  John  River,  etc..  re  liability  of  Do- 
minion Government  for 87 

White,  A.  \'.,  consulting  Engineer  of  Conservation 
Commission — re  expenses,  etc.  of 144 


Young,  Arthur  &  Company— Names,  cost,  amounts 

paid  to,  etc 139 

Yukon,  Ordinances  of  Territory  of,  year  1920 223 


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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  Name  of  the 
Senator  or  Member  loho  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  bound  in  three  parts). 

i.  Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1919,  Volume  I,  Parts  a-b — A  to  J.  Presented  by  Su 
Henry  Drayton,  March  19,  1920 Printed  for  dietribution  and  sessional  papert. 

Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  I9i9,  Volume  II,  Parts  K  to  S.    Presented  by  Sir 
Henry  Dra>-ton,  March  29,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1919,  Volume  HI.  Parts-T  to  Z.    Presented  by  Sir 
Henrj'  Drajton,  March  16,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

Report  of  the  Auditor  General  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1919,  Volume  XV,  Part  ZZ.    Presented  by  Sir  Henr>- 
Drayton,  May  14,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2. 

{This  Tolume  is  bound  in  two  parts) . 

2.  The  Public  Accounts  of  Canada,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1919.    Presented  by  Sir  Henry  Dra>-ton.  March 

2,  1920 P}  intedfor  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

3.  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year  ending  on  the  31st  March,  1921.    Presented 

by  Sir  Henrj-  Drayton,  March  22,1920 Presented  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers, 

4.  Supplementan.-  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year  ending  on  the  31st  March, 

1921.    Presented  by  Sir  Henrj'  Dras-ton.  April  15,  1920 .Presented  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

5.  Further  Supplementary  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year  ending  on  the  3lst 

March,  1920.    Presented  by  Sir  Henrj'  Dra\'ton,  May  17,  1920  Printed /or  distnbuton  and  sessional  papers. 

5o.  Further  Supple  men  tarj'  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  ser\'ice  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year  ending  on  the  31st 
March.  1921 .    Presented  by  Sir  Henrj-  Dra\"ton,  June  25,  1920 Printed  .for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

56.  Further  Supplementary  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year  ending  on  the  31s1 
March.  1921.     Presented  by  Sir  Henrj-  Dra\'ton.  June  29,  1920 Printed  for  distrAution  and  sessional  papers. 

8>  Report  of  the  Superintendent  of  Insurance  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  the  year  ended  December  31,  1918, 
Volume  I,  Insurance  Companies  other  than  Life;  Volume  II,  Life  Insurance  Companies.  Presented  by  Sir 
Henry  Draj*ton.  March  2,  1920. . ,    Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

9.  Abstract  of  Statements  of  Insurance  Companies  in  Canada,  year  ending  December  31,  1919. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  3. 

10(1  Report  relating  to  Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Subventions  as  controlled  by  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Com- 
merce, for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1919,  with  Traffic  Returns,  etc.,  to  December  31,  1919.    The  Senate. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers . 

106.  Annual  Report  of  the  Trade  of  Canada  (Imports  for  consumption  and  Exports)  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31, 
1919 . . .  Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  4. 

lOrf.  Criminal  Statistics  for  the  year  ended  September,  1919. Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers 

lOf .  Rep>ort  of  the  Weights  and  Measures,  Electricity  and  Gas  Inspection  Service,  for  the  fiscal  year   ended   March  31 . 

Printed  for  distr^utton  and  sessional  papers. 

10/.  Report  of  the  Dominion  Statistician  for  the  year  ended   March  31,  1919. 

printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

11.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Inland  Revenue,  containing  accounts  of  revenue  with  statements 
relative  to  the  Imports.  Exporta,  Customs  and  Inland  Revenue  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  fiscal  year 
ended  March  31,  1919,  as  compiled  from  official  returns.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Burrell,  March  4,  1920. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

llo.  Shipping  Report  of  the  Department  of  CuMomp.  containing  Statements  of  Navt^tion  and  Shipping  of  the  Dominion 
of  Canada  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1919,  as  compiled  from  official  rctunw.  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr. 
Burrell,  March  4,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

13.  Return  of  the  Thirteenth  General  Election  for  the    House  of    Commons  of  Canada,    held  on  the     17th  day  of 
December  1917 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  pnpert. 


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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  5. 

14.  Report  of  the  Work  of  the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil    Re-establishment,  December,  1919.    Presented  by  Mr 

Clark  (Bruce),  March  15,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

15.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Agriculture  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended  March  31.  1919.    Presented  by 

Hon.  Mr.  Tolmie.  March  9,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

15a.  Report  on  "The  Agricultural  lastruction  Act,"  1918-19,  pursuant  to  Section  8,  Chapter  5  of  3-t  George  V.    Presented 
by  Hon.  Mr.  Tolmie.  March  9.  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papeis- 

156.  Report  of  the  Veterinarj-  Director  General,  year  ending  March  31,  I9I9 — Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

16.  Report  of  the  Dominion  Experimental  Farms  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  Slat  March,  1919.    Appendix  to  the  Report 

of  the  Minister  of  Agriculture.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Tolmie,  March  9.  1920. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers  . 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  6. 

17c.  Census  of  Industry- — Pulp  and  Paper Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

18.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Immigration  and  Colonization,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31.  1919. 

Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Calder.  March  3,  1920 Presented  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,  1919. 

Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Reid,  March,  10,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

20.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals,  for  the  fiscal  year  from  April  1.  1918.  to  March  31,  1919. 

Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Reid,  May  20,  1920 Printed  foi  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

20o.  Canal  Statistics  for  the  season  of  na\'igation  of  1919   -  Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

20b.  Railway  Statistics  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  year  of  1919     Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

20c.  Fourteenth  Report  of  the  Board  of  Railway  Commissioners  for  Canada,  for  the   year  ending   March  31.  1919. 
Presented  by  Hon,  Sir,  Reid,  March  19.  1920. . .  Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  7. 

20d.  Fifteenth  Report  of  the  Board  of  Railway  Commis-sioners  for  Canada,  for  the  nine  months  ending  December  31, 
1919.     (Manuscript  copy.)     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Reid.  April  19,  1920. 

21.  Fifty-second  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  for  the  year  191S-I9 — Marine.    Presented 

by  Hod.  Mr.  Ballantyne,  March  1.  1920,.^  - Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

22.  Marine  and  Fisheries— List  of  Vessels,  year  1919  .  .Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers: 

23.  Supplement  to  the  Fifty-second  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  for  the  fiscal  year  1918-1919 

(Marine)— Steamboat  Inspection  Report.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Ballantyne.  March  1.  1920. 

Ptintedfor  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

24.  Report  of  the  Postmaster  Genera!  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1919.    Presented  b>  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  March  2,  1920. 

Printed  fo)  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  8. 

25.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  the  Interior,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1919.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr. 

Meighen.  March  10,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

25a.  Report  of  the  Topographical  Surveys  Branch  of  the  Department  of  tne  Interior,  year  191S-1919. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papetfi. 

256.  Si.iteenth  Report  of  the  Geographic  Board  of  Canada,  containing  all  decisions  from  April  1,  1917,  to  March  31.  1919- 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Meighen,  April  2S,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

26.  Report  of  the  Geological  Survey  Branch,  Department  of  Mines,  year  1919    Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

2Sa.  Summary  Report  of  the  Mines  Branch  of  the  Department  of  Mines,  for  the  year  ending  December  31,  1919. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers, 

27.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Indian  Affaira  for  the  year  ended  March  31.  1919.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Meighen, 

March  16.  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

28.  Report  of   the  Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police  for  the  year  ended  September  30.  1919.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr. 

Rowell,  March  22,  1920         Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

29.  Rijwrtof  the  Secretarj' of  State  of  Canada  for  the  year  ended  March  31, 1919.    Presented  b>  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton.  March 

10.1920 printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  9. 

(This  volume  is  bound  tn  two  parts.* 

30.  (Sessional  I'upcr  No.  18,  G-7  Edward  \'II,  Rev.  Ed.)  Second  Annual  Report  of  the  Historical  Documents  Publication 

Board,  together  with  accompanying  printed  volumes,  being  the  second  edition,  revised  and  enlarged,  of  the  first 
volume  (lithe  Constitutional  Documonts  relating  to  Canada  1759-1791,  now  issued  in  two  parts.  Presented  by 
Hon.  Mr.  Howell,  March  18,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  ae.ssional  papers. 

6 


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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10. 

32.  Eleventh  Annual  Report  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  of  Canada,  September  I,  191S-December  31,  1919.  Pre- 
sented by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  April  16,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

33.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationery  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1919.  Pre- 
sented by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  June  8,  1920  Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

34.  Report  of  the  Secretar>-  of  State  for  Ertemal  Affairs,  for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1919.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr" 

Rowell,  April  22,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers* 

35.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Justice  as  to  Penitentiaries  for  year  ending  March  31,  1919. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers' 

36.  Report  of  the  Militia  Council  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1919.  Presented  by 

Hon.  Mr.  Guthrie,  May  28,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

37.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Labour  for  the  i'ear  ended  March  31, 1919.    The  Senate. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

38.  Annual  Report  of  the  Editorial  Committee  for  the  year  1920.    Presented  1920. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

39.  Report  of  the  Department  of  the  Naval  Service,  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1919.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr. 

Ballantyne,  March  1,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

40.  Fifty-second  Annual  Report  of  the  Fisheries  Branch  of  the  Department  of  the  Naval  Service,  1918.    Presented  by 

Hon.  Mr.  Ballant>'ne,  March  11,  1920 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

1 .  Report  of  the  Joint  Librarians  of  Parliament.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Speaker,  February  26, 1920 Not  printed. 

42,  Copy  of  the  Treatv  of  Peace  between  the  Allied  and  Associated  Powers  and  Bulgaria,  signed  at  Neuilly-sur-Seine 

on   the   27th   day   of    November,    1919.    Presented   by   Hon.    Mr.    Rowell,    Februarj^   26.    1920. 

Printed  for  distribution  to  senators  and  members. 

42a.  The  Czecho-Slovak  Minorities  Treaty — Treaty  between  the  Principal  Allied  and  .\ssociated  Powers  and  Czecho 
Slovakia,  signed  at  Saint-Germain-en-Lave,  September  10,  1919.  Ratification  on  behalf  of  Canada  authorized 
by  Order  in  Council  of  December  1,  1919.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  March  1,  1920. 

Xot  printed. 

426.  The  Serb-Croat-Slovene  Minorities  Treaty — Treaty  between  the  Principal  Allied  and  Associated  Powers  and  the 
Serb-Croat-Slovene  State,  signed  at  Saint-Germain-en-Laye,  September  10,  1919.  Ratification  on  behalf  of 
Canada  authorized  by  Order  in  Council  of  December  1,  1919.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  March  1,  1920. 

_  A'ot  printed. 

42c.  Arms  Traffic  Convention — Convention  for  the  control  of  the  trade  in  arms  and  ammunition,  and  Protocol,  signed 
September  10,  1919.  Ratification  on  behalf  of  Canada  authorized  by  Order  in  Council  of  December  9,  1919. 
Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  March  1,  1920 Not  printed. 

42d.  Liquor  Trafiic  Convention — Convention  relating  to  the  liquor  traffic  in  Africa,  and  Protocol,  signed  at  Saint- Germain- 
en-La>'e,  September  10.  1919.  Ratification  on  behalf  of  Canada  authorized  by  Order  in  Council  of  December 
1919.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  March  1,  1920 Not  printed. 

42'\  Berlin  and  Brussels  Acts  Convention — Convention  revising  the  General  Act  of  Berlin,  February  26,  1S85,  and  the 
General  Act  and  Declaration  of  BriLssels,  July  2,  1890.  signed  at  Saint-Germain-en-Laye,  September  10.  1919. 
Ratification  on  behalf  of  Canada  authorized  bv  Order  in  Council  of  December  9,  1919.  Presented  bv  Hon.  Mr. 
Rowell,   March  1,   1920 Not  printed. 

42/.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Administrator,  of  the  22nd  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  the  Orders  in 

Council  of  December  1,  1919,  and  December  9,  1919,  respecting  ratification  of  the  treaties  and  conventions  laid 
before  the  House  of  Commons  on  Monday,  March  1,  1920    Presented  March  29,  1920,  Mr.  Fielding  . . .  Not  printed. 

42j7.  Copy  of  the  English  text  of  the  Treaty  between  the  Principal  Allied  and  Associated  Powers  and  Rumania,  signed 
at  Palis,  Decembei  9,  1919.    Piesented  by  Hon.  Mi.  Rowell,  Apiil  14,  1920 Not  printed. 

42/i.  Copy  of  the  agreement  of  September  10.  1919,  between  the  Allied  and  Associated  Powers  with  regaid  to  the  con- 
tiibutions  to  the  cost  of  libeiation  of  the  tcuitoiies  of  the  foimei  Austio-Hungaiian  monaichy,  and  copy  of 
Declaiation  dated  the  8th  of  Decembei,  1919,  modifying  this  Agieement.  Piesented  bv  Hon.  Mi.  Rowell, 
Apiil  21,  1920 Not  printed. 

42t.  Copy  of  Agieement  of  Septembei  1(1.  1919,  between  the  Allied  and  Associated  Poweis  and  Italy  with  legaid  to  the 
Italian  lepaiation  payments  and  copv  of  Declaiation  of  Decembei  8, 1919,  modifying  thie  Agieement.  Piesented 
by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  Apiii  2!,  1920 Not  printed. 

43,  Oidei  in  Council,  P.C.  69,  dated  Febiuaiy  28.  1920,  Payment  of  Command  Money  to  Captain  SupeiintendentsH.M.C; 

Dockyaids.    Piesented  by  Hon.  Mi.  Ballantyne,  Maicb  1,  1920 Not  printed. 

43o.  Copy  of  Oidei  in  Council,  P.C.  566.  dated  Maich  17,  1920:    Cancellation  of  Oideis  in  Council  authoiizing  and 
governing  the  payment  of  Sepaiation  Allowance  to  dependents  of  Officeisand  Men  in  the  Canadian  Naval  Sei  vie*"  ' 
Piesented  by  Hon.  .Mi.  Ballantyne,  Maich  22,  1920 Not  printed. 

43fc.  Oidei  in  Council.  P.C.  559,  dated  17th  Maich.  1920:  Naval  Foic^a  of  Canada,  including  the  Naval  VoIunt«ei 
Foiccs,  placed  on  a  peace  footing.    Piesented  by  Hon.  Mi .  Baliant j-ne,  Maich  25,  1920 Not  printed. 

43c.  Copy  of  Oidei  in  Council  P.C.  1061.  dated  15th  May.  1920:  Payment  of  Giatuity  to  Ratings  and  Waiiant  Officert 
of  the  Royal  Canadian  Navy.    Pu>t*onted  hv  Hon.  Mt .  BallantjTie,  May  21,  1920 .\ot  printtd 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Contiimed. 

43d.  Copy  of  Oidei  in  Coucnil,  PC.  1005.  dated  20th  May,  1920;  Engagement  of  Seamen  in  Royal  Canadian  Navy.  Pie- 
sented  May  31,  1920.    Mi.  Hocken Not  printed, 

43e.  Oidei  in  Council.  No.  PC.  1155.  dated  May  22,  1920,— Amendments  to  Rates  of  Pay  foi  Suigeon  Lieutenants,  Royal 
Canadian  Navy.     (Sessional  Papers,  1920,  No.  ■)    The  Senate  Not  printed. 

44.  Amendments  to  Radiotelegiaph  Regulations,  Nos.  78.  25  and  104.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mi.  Ballantyne,  Maich  1, 

1920 Not   printed . 

44a.  Amendment   to    Radiotelegiaph   Regulation    No.   92.      Pieseated   by   Hon.    Mi.   Ballantyne,    Maich    15,   1920. 

Not  printed. 

45.  Copy  of  the  International  Opium  Convention,  signed  at  The  Hague,  Januaiy  23,  1912,  and  ratified  January  10,  1920. 

Piesented  by  Hon.  Mi.  Rowell.  Maich  2,  1920 Not  printed, 

46.  Copy  of  an  Agreement  between  His  Majesty  the  King  and  the  Giand  Tiunk  Railway  Company  of  Canada.    Pre- 

sented by  Hon.  Mi.  Reid.  Maich  2,  1920 Not  printed. 

47.  Copy  of  Oidei  in  Council,  PC.  2596,  dated  31st  December.  1919— Air  -Regulations.  1920.    Piesented  by  Hon.  Mr. 

Sifton,  March  2.  1920     Not  printed. 

47a.  Report  of  the  Air  Board,  for   the  fiscal  jeai  ending  Maich  31,  1920.    Piesented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  April  20,  1920. 

Not  printed. 

47b.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  826,  dated  19th  April,  1920,  respecting  the  reorganization  of  the  Air  Board.  Presented 

by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  April  20,  1920 Not  printed. 

48.  Copy  of  correspondence  in  respect  to  the  resignation  of  the  Chief  Commissioner  of  the  Board  of  Commerce.    Presented 

by  Sir  George  Foster,  March  2,  1920 ^ Not  printed. 

48o.  Copy  of  correspondence  relating  to  the  resignat  ion  of  Judge  Robson  as  Chairman  of  the  Board  of  Commerce  of  Canada. 

Presented  by  Sir  Robert  Borden,  June  26, 1920 Not  printed. 

49.  Statement  supplementary'  to  that  of  13th  September.  1919.  of  Superannuation  and  Retiring  Allowances  in  the  Civil 

Service  between  the  said  date  and  the  31st  December,  1919,  showing  name,  rank,  salary,  service  allowance  and 
cause  of  retirement  of  each  person  superannuated  or  retired,  also  whether  the  vacancy  has  been  filled  by  pro- 
motion, or  by  appointment,  and  the  salary  oj  any  new  appointee.  Presented  by  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  March  2, 
1920 Not  printed. 

49a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  the  cases  in  which,  from  October  1, 
1896.  to  the  present,  in  the  computation  of  superannuation  allowances  to  retiring  ofhcials,  additional  years  were 
allowed  under  the  provisions  of  Section  12,  of  Chapter  7.  R.S.,  the  dates  of, the  granting  of  the  allowances,  the 
names  of  the  officials  and  the  number  of  years  added  to  the  actual  service;  along  with  a  copy  of  all  Treasury 
Board  Reports  and  Orders  in  Council  relating  to  such  cases.    Presented  March  31,1920,  Mr.  Fielding  .  .Not  printed. 

50.  Statement  in  pursuance  of  Section  17  of  the  Civil  Service  Insurance  Act,  for  the  year  ending  March  31, 1919.    Presented 

by  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  March  2,  1920 Not  printed. 

51  >  Statement  of  Governor  General's  Warrants  issued  since  the  last  Session  of  Parliament  on  account  of  1919-20.  Presented 
by  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  March  2,  1920 Not  printed. 

52.  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  accoxmt  of  "Miscellaneous  Unforeseen  Expenses,"  from  the  1st  September,  1919,  to 

the  1st  March,  1920,  in  accordance  with  the  Appropriation  Act  Number  U).  1919.  Presented  by  Sir  Henry 
Drayton.  March  20,  1920 Not  printed. 

53.  Statement  of  Temporary  Loans  issued  by  the  Govei»;iment  of  Canada  since  the  last  Session  of  Parliament  still  out- 

standing.   Presented  by  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  March  2,  1920 .' .  Not  printed. 

54.  Statement  of  Receipts  and  Ejqienditures  of  the  National  Battlefields  Commission  to  Slat  March,  1919-    Presented 

by  Sir  Henry  Drajton,  March  2,  1920 Not  printed. 

54a.  Statement  of  Receipts  and  Ejcpenditures  of  the  National  Battlefields  Commission  to  3ist  March,  1920.  Presented 
bj-  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  April  19,  1920 Not  printed. 

55.  Report  of  the  Ottawa  Improvement  Commission  for  the  fiscal  vear  ended  March  31,  1919.    Presented  by  Sir  Henry 

Drayton,  March  2,  1920 ." Not  printed. 

56.  statement  of  the  Receipts  and  Expenditures  of  the  Royal  Society  of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended  April  30,  1919. 

Presented  by  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  March  2,  1920.       Not  printed. 

57.  Financial  Statement  of  the  affairs  of  the  Montreal  Turnpike  Trust  for  the  year  ended  December  31,  1919.  Presented 

by  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  March  2.  1920 Not  printed. 

58.  Copy  of  General  Rules  and  Orders  of  the  Exchequer  Court  of  Canada,  in  accordance  with  the  pf  ovisions  of  Section 

88  of  the  Exchequer  Court  Act,  Chapter  140,  R.S.C.  1906.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  March  10.  1920. 

Not  printed. 

58o.  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  by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  .A.pril  14,  1920. 
,  Not  printed. 

59.  Copy  of  the  Rules  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Nova  Scotia  enacted  under  the  provisions  of  the  Controverted  Elections 

Act,  Chapter  7,  R.S.C.  1906,  in  accordance  with  the  reijuircments  of  Section  85  of  the  Act.  Presented  by  Hon. 
Mr.  Sifton.  March  10,  1920 Not  prtnted. 

.Copy  of  the  Crown  Rules  oJ  the  Judges  oJ  the  Supreme  Court  of  Nova  Scotia  in  accordance  with  the  provision?  of 
Section  576,  subsection  2,  of  the  Criminal  Code.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  April  16,  1020 Not  printed. 


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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Contimied. 

60.  Return  showing  the  number  of  p3rmits  granted  to  take  intoxicants  into  the  Xorthwest  Territories,  for  the  year  ending 

the  31st  of  December,  1919,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  the  Re^^ised  Statutes,  Chapter  62,  Section  88. 
Presented  March  10.  1920 Not  printed  . 

61.  Reportof  Admiral  of  the  Fleet,  Viscount  Jellicoe  of  Scapa,  G.C.B,,O.M.,  G.C.V.O-.  on  Xaval  Mission  to  the  Dominion 

of  Canada  (November-December,  1919).    I^esented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Ballantyne,  March  10,  1920. 

Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members  only. 

62.  Return  showing:— 1-  Number  of  postmasters  in  the  County  of  Charlevoix-Montmorency.    2.  Their  names.    3.  Their 

residence.  4.  When  they  were  appointed.  5.  Their  actual  salar\-.  6.  Whether  it  was  ever  increased  since  they 
were  appointed.    7.  If  not,  why.    8.  If  so,  when,  and  to  what  extent.    Presented  March  10,  1920,  Mr.  Casgrain. 

Not  printed. 

63.  Order  of  the  House  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  mail  carriers  in  the  County  of  Charlevoix- Montmorency. 

2.  Their  names.  3.  Their  residence.  4.  When  they  were  appointed.  5.  Their  actual  salary.  6.  Whether  it 
was  ever  increased  since  thev  were  appointed.    7.  If  not,  why.    8.  If  so.  when,  and  to  what  extent.    Presented 

March  10,  1920,  Mr.  Casgrain Xot  printed. 

64.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  September  30,  1919,  for  a  statement  giWng  weights  and  values  of  the  exporta- 

tion from  Canada  during  the  fiscal  years  of  1916-17-18-19  of  mixed  fertilizers,  also  of  Sulphate  of  Ammonia,  Nitrate 
of  Soda,  Ammoniates,  Phosphate  Rock,  Super  Phosphates,  Kanite  of  Potash  Salts.  Chloride  of  Potash  and 
Crude  Sulphate  of  Potash,  and  of  an>-  miscellaneous  chemicals  a5  are  used  in  the  manufacture  of  artificial  fertilizers 
also  Basic  Slag  from  the  Provinces  of  Ontario,  Quebec.  New  Brunswick,  Nova  Scotia,  Prince  Edward  Island  , 
by  each  pro\'ince,  and  where  exported  to  as  shown  by  clearances  of  the  various  Custom  Houses.    The  Senate. 

Not  printed  . 

65.  Retiim  to  an  humble  -Address  of  the  Senate  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General,  dated  May  8,  1919,  showing 

the  date  and  object  of  all  commissions  appointed  b\-  the  Government  since  its  accession  to  power  in  1911,  up  to 
the  present  date;  the  number  of  days  during  which  each  of  the  said  commissions  sat;  the  names  of  the  persons 
composing  the  said  commissions  and  the  cost  of  each  of  these  commissions  to  the  country.    The  Senate. 

Not  printed 

65a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  September  5.  1919,  showing: — The  number  of  commissions  appointed  sine* 
1912,  their  object,  the  names  of  their  members  and  their  salaries,  the  total  cost  of  each  commission  and  those 
w*hich  are  still  existing.    The  Senate Not  pr  inted. 

656.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  30th  April,  1919,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The  number  of  commissons 
appointed  by  the  Government  since  the  year  1914.  to  date,  and  the  purpose  for  which  each  was  appointed.  2.  Th» 
number  of  members  on  each  of  said  commissions,  and  their  names.    Presented  March  18,  1920.    Mr.  Prevost" 

Not  printed  . 

65t .  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  June.  1919.  for  a  Return  showing: — I .  How  many  commissions  have  been 
appointed  by  the  Governor  in  Council  and  by  Parliament  since  the  year  1911.  2.  The  names  of  the  various 
commissions  and  the  names  of  the  members  of  the  said  commissions.  3.  The  amount  of  salary  and  travelling 
expenses  paid  to  each  commission  and  the  sum  drawn  by  each  commissioner.  Presented  March  18,  1920.  Mr. 
Michaud ...  Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members  onlj/. 

66.  Copy  of  Report  of  the  Roval  Commission  on  Indian  Affairs  for  the  Province  of  British  Columbia.    Presented  bv 

Sir  George  Foster.  March  II.  1920 Not  printed. 

67.  Report  of  the  Royal  Commission  appointed  to  inquire  into  and  concerning  the  conditions  pertaining  to  running  race  r     ■'       x, 

meets  and  betting  in  connection  therewith,  in  Canada.    Also  copy  of  the  evidence  taken  before  the  Royal  Com- 
mission appointed  to  inquire  into  and  concerning  the  conditions  pertaining  to  running  race  meets  and  betting  in   ,■-    '    '^ 
connection  therewith,  in  Canada.    Presented  by  Sir  George  Foster,  March  16,  1920.  '   '    * 

Printed  /or  Members  and  Senators  only. 

68.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  the  19th  March,  1919.  for  a  copy  of  the  Order  in 

Council  appointing  the  Board  of  Grain  .Supe^^•iso^s  for  Canada.    Presented  March  12,  1920.    .Mr.  Stevens. 

Not  printed. 

69.  Detailed  Statement  of  Bonds  or  Securities  registered  in  the  Department  of  the  Secretarv  of  State  since  Februarv  26, 

1919.    The  Senate ' Not  pri'nied . 

70.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  showing: — 1.  How  many  Acting  Ministers  have  been  named  or  appointed  since 

December  17,  1917.  2.  Their  names  and  in  what  Department  they  have  administered  as  Acting  Minister. 
3.  On  what  date  each  Minister  was  so  appointed.    Presented  March  15,  1920.    Mr.  Tobin Not  printed. 

71.  Copy  of  correspondence  relating  to  the  resignation  of  Hon.  A.  K.  Maclean,  and  Hon.  S.  C.  Mewbum.  Minister  of 

Militia  and  Defence,  as  Members  of  the  Government  of  Canada.    Presented  by  Sir  George  Foster,  March  15, 1920. 

Not  prirUfd. 

72.  "The  Forest  Reserves  and  Parks  Act."    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Meighen,  March  16,  1920  .\ol  printed. 

73.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette  and  in  the  British  Columbia  Gazette, 

between  1st  August.  1919,  and  the  5th  Febcuarj-.  1920,  in  accordance  with  provisions  of  Sub-section  [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  by  Hon.  Mr.  Meighen,  March  16.  1920. 

Not  printed. 

74.  Return  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette,  between  the  1st  August.  1919,  and  the 

5th  February-,  1920,  in  accordance  with  the  pro\"i8ions  of  Section  5  of  "The  Dominion  Lands  Survey  Act."  Chapter 
21,  7-8  ICdward  VII.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Meighen,  March  16.  1920 ". . . .  Not  printed. 

75.  Return  to  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette,  between  1st  Aognst.  1919,  and  the 

5th  Februar>',  1920,  in  accordance  with  the  pronsions  of  Section  77  of  "The  Dominion  Lands  Act,'*  Chapter  20, 
7-8  Edward  VII.    Presented  bv  Hon    .Mr.  Meighen.  March  16,  1920 Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Continued. 

76.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  198,  dated  29th  day  of  January,  192(K-Defiiiiiig  the  standard  of  Canadian  silver  coin- 

age.   Presented  by  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  March  16,  1920 Not  printed.  - 

77.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  Sth  October,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  the  correspondence  exchanged  between  the 

firm  of  Becker  and  Company,  Ltd.,  London,  England,  and  the  JHigh  Commissioner  of  Canada  in  London,  con- 
cerning a  certain  circular  issued  by  the  Canadian  Mission.    Presented  by  Sir  George  Foster,  March  17,  1920. 

Not  printed. 

78*  CopiesofOrdersinCouncil,  P.C.  1445.  dated  17th  July.  1919;  P.C.  1955.  dated  18th  September.  1919;  and  P.C.  2562, 
dated  24th  December,  1919,  together  with  copy  of  letter  addressed  to  the  Chairman  of  the  Canadian  Section  of 
the  International  Joint  Commiasion,  dated  21st  January,  1920,  relating  to  the  developnaent  and  use  of  the  waters 
of  the  tit.  Lawrence  river  forming  the  boundaries  between  the  United  States  and  Canada.  Presented  by  Hon. 
Mr.  Rowell.  March  18.  1920 Not  printed. 

79.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  I2th  May,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  all  reports,  letters,  memoranda,  telegrams,  plans 

and  estimates  in  connection  with  the  construction  of  a  bridge  over  the  river  Batiscan.  in  the  parish  of  St.  Francois- 
Xavier  de  Batiscan,  Champlain  County.    Presented  March  IS,  1920.    Mr.  Deslauriers Not  printed. 

79a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  I2th  April,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  reports,  letters,  memos,  correspondence, 
plans  and  specifications  relative  to  the  construction  of  a  bridge  on  the  Batiscan  river,  in  the  parish  of  St.  Frangois- 
Xavier  of  Batiscan,  in  the  County  of  Champlain.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Reid,  April  26,  1920  Not  printed. 

80.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  September,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  plans  and  contracts  between 

the  Government  or  the  Commission  of  the  Transcontinental  and  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Company,  con- 
cerning (a)  the  construction,  by  this  Company,  of  a  railway  station  at  "The  Palais"  in  the  City  of  Quebec; 
(b)  the  conditions  of  exploitations  of  the  said  station  by  the  Transcontinental  Railway  Company  or  by  the 
National  Railways,  and  also  anj-  Orders  in  Council  in  this  connection.    Presented  March  18,  1920.    Mr. 

Not  printed. 

81 .  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  September,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  and  other  papers  and 

documents  in  the  possession  of  the  Government  or  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  relating  to  the  appointment 
of  a  Harbour  Master  for  the  Port  of  Canso,  N.S.    Presented  March  18,  1920.    Mr.  Sinclair  (Antigonish). 

Not  printed. 

82.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  September,  1919.  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  relating  to  the  dismissal 

of  James  Conner  from  the  dual  positions  which  he  held  at  Snowflake,  Manitoba,  under  the  Department  ol 
Castoms,  and  Immigration  and  C-oIonization .    Presented  March  18.  1920.    Mr.  Richardson Not  printed. 

83.  Detailed  Statement  of  Remissions  of  Customs  Duties  and  the  Refund  thereof,  under  Section  92,  Consolidated  Revenue 

and  Audit  Act.  through  the  Department  of  Customs,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st  March,  1918.  Presented  bv 
Hon.  Mr.  Sifton    March  IS,  1920 Not  printed. 

84.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  September,  1919.  for  a  copy  of  all  documents,  letters  and  plans,  exchanged 

between  the  Government  and  any  person,  commission  or  company  concerning  the  construction,  in  the  Cit>''  of 
Quebec,  or  in  the  suburbs,  of  a  tunnel  to  facilitate  the  entrance  of  the  Transcontinental  or  of  any  other  company 
in  the  said  city.    Presented  March  18,  1920.    Mr.  Parent. ^.Not  printed. 

85.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  September,  1919,  for  a  Return  showing  the  total  number  of  persons  of 

both  sexes  now  employed  by  the  Federal  Government  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada.  Presented  March  IS,  1920. 
Mr.  Tobin Not  printed. 

86.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  Match,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  the  contract  between  the  Government  of 

Canada  or  the  Canadian  Wheat  Board  and  Greece,  for  12,000,000  bushels  of  wheal.  Presented  March  18,  1920. 
Mr.  Archambault - Not  printed. 

87.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  November,  1919.  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  telegrams  and  other 

documents  exchanged  between  the  Federal  Government  and  the  Government  of  New  Brunswick  with  regard 
to  the  transfer  of  wharves  on  the  St.  John  river  and  tributar>'  waters,  including  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 
regarding  the  liability  of  the  Dominion  Government  in  maintaining  and  repairing  these  wharves.  And  Return 
to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  November,  1919,  for  a  copy  ol  all  reports  and  recommendations  made  by  the 
officers  of  the  Department  of  Public  Works  during  the  years  191S-1919,  on  the  condition  of  the  wharves  in  the  St. 
John  river  and  tributar>'  waters,  and  the  repairs  required  thereto.  Presented  March  IS,  1920.  Mr.  McLean 
(Royal) Not  printed. 

88.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  September,  1919.  for  a  copy  of  all  documants,  iettara  and  plans  passed 

between  the  Government  and  the  City  of  Quebec  or  any  other  corporation  or  construction  and  transport  company 
or  any  other  person,  concerning  the  construction  or  the  non-construction  of  a  dam  on  the  St.  Charles  river,  in  the 
City  of  Quebec.     Presented  March  IS,  1920.     Mr.  Parent Not  printed. 

89.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOth  March.  1920.  for  a  Return  showing  the  total  amount  of  Canadian  securities 

previously  held  in  Great  Britain,  and  sold  to  the  United  States,  with  the  amount  of  interest  now  payable  by  thia 
Dominion  to  the  I'nited  States  to  replace  amount  formerly  paid  to  Great  Britain.  Also  a  copy  of  all  corres- 
pondence relating  to  this  matter.    Presented  March  18.  1920.    Mr.  Devlin Not  printed. 

90.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  11th  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  agreement.-*  and  contracts, 

between  the  CJovernment  and  any  banks  touching  the  payment  of  officers  and  men  in  the  Canadian  Expotiitionarj* 
Forces,  especially  aa  regardH  the  rates  of  exchange  prevailing  between  Canadian  and  British  currency  and  the 
manner  in  which  the  .>yime  affected  the  pay  of  s;iid  officers  and  men,  together  %vith  copies  of  all  departmental 
or  other  G<»vornmcnt  orilery  or  regulations  dealing  with  the  subject  of  soldiers'  pay  and  the  effect  of  fiuctuations 
of  exchange  thereon.    Presented  March  22,  1920.    Mr.  McMaster Not  printed. 

91.  Return  to  an  Osder  of  the  House  of  the  11th  March,  1920.  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The  number  of  offioors  being 

retained  in  theaer  vice  of  the  Militia  Department  at  Headquarters  at  Ottawa  who  have  not  seen  service  overseas. 
2.  Their  names,  positions,  salnsieH  and  length  of  time  in  the  service,  respectively.  3.  VMicther  returned  men 
are  available  for  those  positions.     Prcsi-nted  March  22,  1920.     .Mr.  .McKenzie Not  printed. 

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91a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  giving  a  iist  of  the  names  of  alt  the  officers 
employed  at  the  Headquarters  of  the  Militia  Department,  at  Ottawa,  their  respective  salaries  the  date  of  their 
appointment  and  the  length  of  their  services  in  the  Canadian  Expeditionary  Force.  Pc^nted  June  8,  1920. 
Mr.  Archambault Not  printed. 

92.  Return  showing: — 1.  Names  of  the  tenderers  for  the  works  to  be  done  at  the  following  places  in  the  County  of  Mont- 

morency, Quebec :  8te.  Anne  de  Beaupre,  Ste.  Famille-Ile  d'Orleans,  St.  Francois  du  Sud  lie  d'Orleans,  St.  Jean- 
Isle  d'Orleans,  lie  de  la  Quarantine,  Pointe  aux  Trembles.  2.  Where  they  reside.  3.  Amount  of  each  tender. 
4.  Who  the  successful  tenderers  were.  5.  Whether  the  said  works  have  been  started.  6.  When  they  will  be 
completed.    Presented  March  22.  1920.    Mr.  Casgrain Not  printed. 

93.  Orders  in  Council  relating  to  the  organization  and  work  of  the  Department  of  Health,  as  follows: — 1.  Order  in  Council, 

P.C.  1627,  dated  August  2,  1919.  naming  the  President  of  the  Pri'VA'  Council  as  the  Minister  of  the  Crown  to  preside 
over  the  Department  of  Health  and  pro^"iding  for  the  transfer  to  the  Department  of  Health  from  the  Department 
of  Immigration  and  Colonization  of  the  staff  of  the  Quarantine  and  Medical  Service.  2.  Order  in  Council,  P.C. 
1765,  dated  August  23,  1919,  transferring  to  the  Department  of  Health  from  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Com- 
merce the  administration  of  the  Adulteration  Act,  the  Proprietary  or  Patent  Medicine  .\ct,  the  Commercial 
Feeding  Stuffs  Act  and  the  Fertilizers  Act.  3.  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  2204,  dated  October  W,  1919.  transferring 
to  the  Department  of  Health  the  work  of  the  Housing  Committee  of  the  Cabinet.  4.  Order  in  Council,  P.C. 
2321,  dated  November  21.  1919,  transferring  to  the  Department  of  Health  from  the  Department  of  Marine  and 
Fisheries,  the  administration  of  Marine  Hospitals.  5.  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  2612,  dated  December  31,  1919, 
transferring  to  the  Department  of  Health  the  Medical  Branch  of  the  Commission  of  Conservation.  Presented 
by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  March24, 1920. . ..      Not  printed. 

93o.  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  1961,  dated  September  29.  1919,  covering  the  appointment  of  an  Advisorj-  Board  as  prescribed 
in  the  "Act  to  amend  the  Proprietarj-  or  Patent  Medicine  Act."  Chapter  66,  9-10  George  \ .  Order  in  Council, 
P.C.  2079,  dated  October  S,  1919,  covering  the  appointment  of  the  Dominion  Council  of  Health.  Order  in  Council, 
P.C-  328,  dated  Februar>'  11,  1920.  accepting  the  resignation  of  the  Hon.  Walter  R.  Rollo  as  a  Member  of  the 
Dominion  Council  of  Health  and  appointing  Mr.  H.J.  Halford,  of  Hamilton,  Ontario,  Vice-President  of  the  Trades 
and  Labour  Congress  of  Canada,  in  Mr.  Hollo's  place.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell,  March  25,  1920. 

Not  printed. 

94.  Copies  of  General  Orders  promulgated  to  the  Militia  for  the  period  between  Februan,-  1,  1919,  and  February  2,  1920. 

Also, — Copies  of  all  Routine  Orders  of  the  Canadian  Expeditionarv  Force  promulgated  from  Februar\-  22,  1919, 
to  February  24,  1920.     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Guthrie.  March  24, "l920     Not  printed. 

95.  Appointments,  Promotions  and  Retirements,  Canadian  Militia  and  Canadian  Expeditionarv  Force,  from  Februarj^ 

6,  1919,  to  Januarj'  22,  1920.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Guthrie.  March  24,  1920.     " Not  printed. 

96.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  18th  September.  1919,  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  The  total  number  of  men 

who  joined  the  Expeditionary  Force  for  service  in  Siberia.  2.  How  many  of  such  number  voluntarily  enlisted 
for  service  in  Siberia.  3.  Whether  the  Government  is  aware  as  to  whether  or  not  a  considerable  number  of  mem- 
bers of  such  Expeditionary  Force  were  made  to  embark  at  Victoria.  B.C.,  by  compulsion  and  with  the  point 
of  the  bayonet  directed  at  them.  4.  Whether  the  Government  is  aware  as  to  whether  or  not  certain  members 
of  such  Expeditionary  Force  who  had  not  voluntarily  enlisted  for  service  in  Siberia  were  court-martialed  and 
sentenced  to  hard  labour.  If  so,  who  such  members  are  and  what  the  nature  of  the  sentence  was.  5.  The  cost 
to  the  Government  of  the  Expeditionary  Force  for  serWce  in  Siberia.  Presented  March  25,  1920.  Mr.  Archam- 
bault  Not  printed. 

96fl.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  April,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  documents,  and  records 
including  the  evidence  and  judgments  in  connection  with  the  trials  held  by  Field  General  Court  Martial  o'the 
259th,  of  the  Canadian  Expeditionary  Force  in  Siberia,  on  the  following  Riflemen,  sentenced  on  the  2Sth  of  January, 
1919:  Alfred  Laplante,  O.  Boisvert,  Edmond  Leroux,  Joseph  Guenard,  E.  Pauze  and  Arthur  \\q\.  Presented 
May  18,  1920.     Mr.  Archaumbault. "    Not  printed. 

97.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hous*  of  the  17th    March.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  Whether  any  work  has  been 

done  on  any  of  the  lines  enumerated  in  the  Second  Schedule  of  Chap.  13,  9-10,  George  V,  being  an  Act  to  incor- 
porate the  Canadian  National  Railway  Company  and  [*especting  Canadian  National  Riiilways.  2.  If  so,  on 
what  pai^ticular  line  the  work  has  been  done.  3.  What  kind  of  work  has  been  done.  4.  How  much  money  has 
been  expended  for  this  work.  5.  How  much  in  construction.  In  surveys.  In  expropriation,  and  the  purchase 
of  the  Right  of  Way.  6.  How  many  station  sites  liave  been  located  on  said  lines,  what  the  name  is  of  each  station, 
and  on  wliat  particular  line.  7.  Description  of  the  land  upon  which  it  is  located.  How  much  was  paid  for  said 
Nation  site,  and  wlio  was  representing  the  Government  or  the  Canadian  National  Railwajs  in  negotiating  the 
purchase.  8.  If  moneys  were  paid  for  any  of  such  sites,  to  what  appropriation  the\'  were  charged,  and  on  whose 
order  they  were  paid.  9.  Whether  any  Ocder  in  Council  has  been  passed  entrusting  said  company  with  the  man- 
Eigement  and  operation  of  the  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  and  the  Intercolonial  Railways.  Presented  March  25,  1920. 
Mr.  Bureau Not  printed. 

98.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1 8th  March.  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  representations,  complaints  and  other  corre- 

spondence filed  with  the  Ci\*il  SerWce  Commission  regarding  Classification  of  the  Civil  Service  of  Canada.  Pre- 
sented March  26,  1920.     Mr.  Fripp     Not  printed. 

98a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  April,  1920  for  a  Return  showing; — 1.  Number  of  classification  engineers 
employed  in  connection  with  the  Civil  Service.  2.  Total  amount  paid  to  classification  engineers  to  date  in  con- 
nection with  the  work  of  classifying  the  Civil  Service.  3.  Further  estimate  required  to  complete  the  work. 
Presented  April  29,  1920.     Mr.  Sinclair  (.Vntigonish.) Not  printed. 

99-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOth  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  relating  to  the  appointment 
of  the  Postmaster  at  Metabetchouan.  Quebec.  '  Presented  March  29,  1920.     Mr.  Suvard Not  printed. 

100.  Draft  Conventions  and  Recommendations  adopted  by  the  International  Labour  Conference  at  Washington  and  com- 
municated to  the  Government  by  the  Secretary-General  of  the  Ix^ague  of  Nations  pursuant  to  Article  405,  Treaty 
of  Versailles;— 1.  Draft  Convention  limiting  the  hours  of  work  in  industrial  undertakings  to  eight  in  the  da\'  and 
forty-eight  in  the  week.  2.  Draft  Convention  concerning  unemployment.  3.  Recommendation  concerning 
unemployment.  4.  Recommendation  concerning  reciprocity  of  treatment  of  foreign  workers.  5.  Draft  Con- 
vention concerning  the  employment  of  women  before  and  after  childbirth.  6.  Draft  Convention  concerning  the 
employmkit  of  women  during  the  night.    7.  Recommendation  concerning  the  prevention  of  anthrax.    8.  Recom- 

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mendation  concerning  the  protection  of  women  and  children  against  lead  poisoning.  9.  Recommendation  con- 
cerning the  establishment  of  Government  Health  Services.  10.  Draft  Convention  fixing  the  minimum  age- 
for  admission  of  children  to  industrial  employment.  11.  Draft  Convention  concerning  the  night  work  of  young 
persons  employed  in  indu3tr>-.  12.  Recommendation  concerning  the  application  of  the  Berne  Convention  of 
1906,  on  the  prohibition  of  the  use  of  white  phosphorus  in  the  manufacture  of  matches.  Presented  bv  Hon.  Mr. 
Rowell,  March  29,  1920 Not  printed. 

lOOd.  Return  shownng;— 1.  N'ames  of  the  Canadian  representatives  at  the  International  Labour  Conference  last  fall. 
2.  Amount  expended  in  connection  with  this  delegation.  3.  Names  of  Canadian  representatives  at  the  Labour 
Conference  at  Paris.    4.  Amount  expended  in  relation  thereto.    Presented  March  29,  1920.    Mr.  Archambault 

Not  printed. 

101.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  18th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  On  what  date  a  Branch  of  the 

Public  Works  Department  was  first  established  at  Antigonish,  X.S.  2.  What  counties  in  Nova  Scotia  were 
originally  under  the  jurisdiction  of  the  .\iitigonish  Branch.     3.  When  the  North  Sydney  office  was  established. 

4.  Names  of  the  employees  in  the  Antigonish  Branch  prior  to  the  change  and  the  amount  of  their  yearly  salaries. 

5.  Names  of  the  employees  in  both  offices  on  December  31,  1914,  and  their  yearly  salaries.  6.  Names  of  the 
present  employees  in  both  branches  and  their  respective  yearly  salaries.  7.  How  much  was  expended  in  public 
works  in  the  area  under  the  jurisdiction  of  the  Antigonish  Branch  for  five  years  prior  to  December  31,  1911. 
8.  How  much  was  expended  in  public  works  in  the  area  covered  by  both  the  Antigonish  and  North  Sydney 
Branches  during  the  five  years  subsequent  to  January  1,  1912.  Presented  March  29,  1920.  Mr.  Sinclair  (Ai- 
tigooish) Not  printed. 

lOlo.  Return  showing  the  details  of  the  expenditure  of  81,372,079  82  made  in  the  area  covered  by  both  the  Antigonish 
and  North  Sydney  Branches  of  the  Department  of  Public  Works  during  the  five  years  subsequent  to  January 
1,   1912.     Presented  April  7,   1920.     Mr.   Sinclair   (Antigonish.) Not  printed. 

102.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  ot  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  relating  to  the  public 

cross-road  between  Ste. -Catherine  and  Tadoussac.    Presented  March  29,  1920.    Mr.  Savard..  Not  printed. 

103.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— (a)  the  total  production  of  coal  in 

Canada  during  the  past  ten  years  (6)  how  much  of  said  coal  was  anthracite  (r)  the  total  importation  of  coal 
into  Canada  during  the  same  period  (d)  how  much  of  same  was  anthracite  (e)  the  total  exportation  of  coal  from 
Canada  during  the  past  ten  years  and  (/)  how  much  of  this  total  was  anthracite.  Presented  March  31,  1920. 
Mr.  Archambault Not  pyinted. 

104.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1920,  ior  a  Return  showing: — 1.  What  amount  of  money  has  been 

expended  by  the  Government  during  the  years  1918-19-20  in  providing  seed  grain  for  settlers  in  the  Lettbridge 
and  Calgary  land  districts  respectively.  2.  What  amount  of  money  has  been  expended  by  the  Government 
as  its  share  of  the  freight  charges  in  providing  feed  for  live  stock  in  Southern  Alberta  in  the  years  1918-19-20. 
Presented  April  6,  1920.    Mr.  Buchanan. Not  printed. 

105.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  for  each  of  the  fiscal  vears  1891,  1896, 

1901.  1906,  1911,1914,  1915,  1916,  1917.  1918,  1919  and  estimated  1920  (a)  Total  revenue  of  the  Dominion  (6)  Expen- 
diture chargeable  to  Consolidated  Fund  'c)  Expenditure  chargeable  to  capital  (<f)  Total  expenditure  (e)  Estimated 
population  (/)  Total  revenue  per  head  of  population  ((j)  Expenditure  per  head  chargeable  to  Consolidated  Fund, 
and  (A)  Total  expenditure  per  head.     Presented  March  6,  1920.     Mr.  Fielding Not  printed. 

106.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  The  total  amount  ot  the  gross 

consolidated  debt  of  Canada  on  the  28th  of  February,  1920.  2.  Total  amount  of  the  net  consolidated  debt  of 
Canada  on  the  same  date.  3.  Total  amount  of  the  assets  of  the  consolidated  debt  of  Canada  on  the  said  date. 
4.  Total  amount  of  the  yearly  interest  payable  on  the  gross  consolidated  debt  of  Canada  on  the  said  date.  5.  Total 
amount  of  yearly  interest  or  revenue  received  or  collected  by  Camida  in  respect  to  the  property  or  securities 
constituting  the  assets  of  the  public  debt.  6.  Total  amount  of  the  floating  debt  of  Canada  on  the  28th  of  Febru- 
ary, 1920.  7.  Total  amount  of  vea^fv  interest  pavableon  the  floating  debt  of  Canaila  on  the  said  date.  Presented 
April  6,  1920.    Mr.  Parent "...,.' ." Not  printed. 

107.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  the  correspondence  between  the  Minister  o( 

I-ands  and  Forests  of  the  Province  of  Quebec  and  the  Soldiers'  Settlement  Board.  Presented  April  6,  1920.  Mr. 
Gau  vreau Not  printed. 

108.  Return  showing: — 1.  What  loans  have  been  negotiated  by  the  Dominion  Government  since  1911.    2.  The  distinctive 

name  of  each  loan  and  its  amount.  3.  Of  the  said  loans,  which  were  (a)  foreign,  (6)  British,  and  (c)  Canadian. 
Presented  April  7,  1920.    Mr.  Casgrain Not  printed. 

109.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March,  1919,  for  a  return  showing  the  total  cost  and  general  expense  of 

the  1918  Victory  Loan,  including  detailed  statements  of  the  amounts  paid  to  brokers,  banks,  newspapers,  adver- 
tising agencies,  and  all  other  persons,  corporations,  firms  and  agencies  to  whom  payments  were  made,  giving 
the  names  of  such  persons,  banks,  newspaper.s,  agencies  or  firms  in  each  case.  Presented  April  7,  1920.  Mr. 
Blake .Vo(  printed. 

110.  Report  of  the  Explosives  Division  of  the  Department  of  Mines  for  the  year  1919.    The  Senate Not  printed. 

111.  Itcturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  the  number  of  persons  or  corporations 

p.'i\  ing  and  the  aggregate  amount  paid  bv  each  group  bv  wav  of  Dominion  Income  Tax  in  the  Citv  of  Toronto 
during  the  fiscal  years  1917  and  1*.»I8  whose  assessed  income  was  over  $1,500.  $6,000.  $10,000,  $20,000.  $;iO,000, 
S50, 000.  $100,000.     presented  April  12,  1920.     Mr.  Kennedy Not  printed. 

112.  Keiurn  showing:—!.  Number  of  post  offices  on  the  north  shore  of  the  St.  Lawrence  from  Tadoussac  to  Esquimaux 

Point.    2.  Names,  postal  addresses  and  the  date  of  apl>ointment  of  each  of  these  postmasters.    Presented  April 

12,  1920.     Mr.  Savard   Not  printed. 

113.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  25th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  how  many  houaos  have  been  com- 

menced, and  how  many  finished,  under  the  legislation  of  a  year  ago.  Presented  April  13,  1920.  Mr.  Clark  ( Red 
Deer)   Not  prtnted. 

114.  Copy  of  Resolution.*!  of  thanks  passed  by  the  British  House  of  Commons  to  the  Forces  engaged  in  the  late  War,  and 

embodying  thanks  to  the  troop.s  from  the  Dominions  overseas  for  their  services  during  the  said  war.  Presented 
by  Hon.  Mr.   Rowell.  April  13,  1920 Not  piintcd, 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Continued. 

115.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence.  Orders  in  Council,  reports 

and  all  other  documents  respecting  the  apportionment  of  expenses  on  the  League  of  Nations  and  the  payment  of 
the  sum  of  S6+.043  15  on  February  13th,  1920.  as  Canada's  share  of  such  expense.  Presented  April  13,  1920. 
Mr.  Fielding Xot  printed. 

116,  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents,  telegrams,  correspond- 

ence and  reports  made  between  the  Department  of  Naval  Service  and  the  Inspector  of  Fisheries  in  Prince  Edward 
Island  or  anv  other  party  or  parties  regarding  the  sale  of  the  lobster  hatchery  at  Charlotte  town.  P.E.I.  Pre- 
sented April"  15,  1920.     Sir.  Sinclair  (P.E-I.)   Xot  printed. 

117.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March.  1919.  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The  number  of  vessels  belonging 

to  the  Canadian  Government  in  the  Canadian  Naval  Ser\ice  during  the  war.  2.  Their  names.  3.  The  number 
of  vessels  employed  in  the  work  of  the  Canadian  Naval  Ser\'ice  rented  or  chartered  during  the  period  of  the  war. 
4-  They-  names.    Presented  April  15,  1920.    Mr.  Deslauriers Not  printed. 

118.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March.  1919,  for  a  Return  showing  the  number  of  commutation  of  sentences 

accorded  by  the  Department  of  Justice  to  prisoners  condemned  to  be  hanged,  where  the  crimes  were  committed, 
and  the  sentence  imposed  after  commutation,  within  the  last  four  years.    Presented  April  15. 1920.    Mr.  Casgrain. 

Xot  printed. 

119.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOih  ilarch.  1920.  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  discharged 

from  the  Government  Printing  Bureau  and  Department  of  Public  Printing  and  Stationen,-  from  1st  Januan,-,  1919, 
to  1st  March,  1920.  2.  Upon  whose  recommendation  and  report  dismissals  were  made.  3.  Whether  the  King's 
F^nteror  Assistant  King's  Printer  recommended  the  persons  to  be  dismissed.  4.  Whether  the  report  of  dismissal 
was  in  writing.  5.  What  qualifications  the  person  or  persons  had  who  investigated  the  respective  cases  for 
dismissal,  wlmt  investigation  was  made  by  them'  and  whether  their  conclusirais  are  reduced  to  writing.  Pre- 
sented April  15,  1920.     Mr.  Fripp.. S'ot  printed. 

120.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  correspondence,  and  other 

papers  in  the  possession  of  the  Government,  in  connection  with  the  transfer  of  mail  bags  from  the  CP.R.  mail 
car  to  the  mail  car  of  the  Quebec.  Montreal  and  Southern  Railway  Company,  and  from  the  latter  to  the  former, 
at  Iber^-ille  Junction,  during  the  period  extending  from  the  month  ol  November,  1917,  to  the  month  of  April,  1918. 
Presented  April  16.  1920.    Mr.  Demers A'o(  printed. 

121.  Return  to^an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March.  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  telegrams,  papers,  letters  and  correspondence 

with  reference  to  the  application  for  naturalization  of  Professor  F.  V.  Ricthdorf,  alias  Frederick  Edward^i,  205 
Scott  Block,  Winnipeg,  also  for  copies  of  all  correspondence  to  date  w^th  reference  to  the  resignation  of  the  said 
F.  V.  Ricthdorf.  alias  Frederick  Edwards,  from  the  employ  of  the  Department  of  State  and  in  particular  cor- 
respondence with  the  President  of  the  Pri\->-  Council.  Controller  McLean  and  Mr.  A.  Brophy  of  the  said  Depart- 
ment .     Presented  April  16.  1920.     Mr.  Power  Xot  printed. 

122.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  Marco.  1920.  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Number  of  chartered  banks  in 

Canada  in  1880.  2.  Number  of  chartered  banks  in  Canada  at  the  present  time.  3.  \Vhat  profits,  as  shown  by 
their  annual  statements,  were  made  by  each  of  the  chartered  banks  in  the  years  1911.  1912,  1913.  1914,  1915,  1916, 
1917,  1918  and  1919.  4.  What  taxes  each  paid  to  the  Federal  Treasury  in  each  of  the  above  years.  5.  What 
amount,  not  being  interest  on  money  borrowed,  the  Federal  Government  paid  to  each  chartered  bank  in  each 
of  the  years  1914,  1915.  1916.  1917,  1918  and  1919  for  3er\-ice  rendered.  6.  The  paid  up  capital  of  each  bank,  and 
its  reser\-e.     Presented  April  16,  1920.    Mr.  Ross. Xot  printed. 

123.  Copy  of  all  correspondence,  papers,  documents  and  telegrams,  concerning  the  amelioration  of  conditions  among  the 

Indians  and  Eskimos  inhabiting  the  east  coast  of  James  and  Hudson  Bays,  from  East  Main  River  in  the  south 
to  Hudson  Straits  in  the  north,  showing  what  has  been  and  is  being  done  to  proWde  emergency  relief,  medical 
attention,  administration  of  Justice,  industrial  training,  introduction  of  reindeer  treaty  ri^ts.  securing  of 
adequateprices  for  their  furs,  and  any  other  matter  in  the  interests  of  these  people.    The  Senate  . Xot  printed. 

124.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  April.  1920.  for  a  Return  showing: — I.  What  the  value  in  Canadian  currency 

oi  the  British  pound  sterling  was  on  the  first  of  the  months  of  November  and  December.  1914.  on  the  first  of  alt 
the  months  of  the  years  1915.  1916.  1917.  1918,  and  on  the  first  of  January  and  February.  1919.  2.  During  the 
years  1914,  1915,  1916.  1917  and  1918,  whether  the  officers  and  men  of  the  Canadian  Expedi'tionarj- Force  were  paid 
in  accordance  with  the  rates  of  exchange  prevailing  at  the  various  times  at  which  payments  were  made  to  them, 
and  if  not.  at  what  rate  or  rates.  3.  What  was  done  in  this  respect  with  payments  made  to  interned  Canadian 
soldiers,  and  at  what  rate  or  rates  their  pay  was  converted  into  the  currencies  of  the  countries  in  which  they  were 
interned.    Presented  April  19,  1920.    Mr.  McMaster Xot  printed. 

125.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  April.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  How  much,  if  any.  of  the  Federal 

Emergency  Fund  for  the  re-establishment  of  the  returned  soldier  was  overpaid  or  inadvertently  paid  to  those 
not  entitled  to  it  under  the  regulations.  2.  How  much  of  this  amount  has  been  recovered.  3.  How  many 
prosecutions  have  been  instituted  for  this  recoverj-  4.  What  the  decision  has  been  in  each  case.  5.  Whether 
it  is  the  intention  of  the  Government  to  undertake  anv  further  action  in  cases  of  this  nature.  Presented  April  19, 
1920.    Mr.  Chisholm Xot  printed. 

126.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1 2th  May,  1919,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Whether  prosecutions  were  auth- 

orized by  the  Government  a^inst  parties  in  the  Province  fo  Nova  Scotia  for  neglecting  to  place  War  Revenue 
Stamps  upon  packages  of  Proprietary  or  Patent  Medicine  before  the  sale  thereof,  as  required  by  the  War  Revenue 
Act,  1915.  2.  Person  or  persons  appointed  to  institute  these  prosecutions.  3.  Number  of  prosecutions,  if  any 
brought,  4.  Names  of  solicitors  designated  by  the  Government  to  conduct  them  5.  Terms  of  s:iid  solicitors' 
appointment.  6.  Gross  amount  of  fines  imposed.  7.  In  what  counties  in  Nova  Scotia  such  prosecutions  were 
brought.  S.  Who  recommended  the  appointment  of  such  Prosecutors  and  .Solicitors.  Presented  April  19,  1920. 
Mr.  Sinclair  (Antigoniah). Xo!  printed. 

127.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council  P.C.  395,  dated  18th  Februarj-,  1920,  in  respect  to  the  organization  of  an  Air  Force  in  Canada. 

Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Sifton,  April  19,  1920  , .Xot  printed. 

128.  Return  showing:—!.  For  what  purposes  the  special  Trade  Commission  of  the  overseas  branch  of  the  Department 

otTradeand  Commerce  has  been  created,  and  how  the  purposes  are  to  be  accomplished.  2.  Who  is  in  charge 
thereof,  and  his  salarj-.    3.  If  publicity  for  Canadian  production  is  sought,  who  has  received  the  appointment 

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of  publicity  expert,  and  what  the  proposed  remuneration  is  for  such.  4.  What  sums,  nnnually  or  otherwise,  are 
paid  by  Canada  to  the  British  newspaper  known  as  Canada^  and  what  sums  to  the  Canada  Gazette/  Presented 
April  19, 1920.     Mr.  McMaster  Not  printed. 

129.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  April,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  the  correspondence  exchanged  between  F.  X. 

Gagnon,  Port  Daniel  East,  Quebec,  and  the  Department  of  Justice,  regarding  the  Military'  Exemption  Tribunal 
which  sat  at  that  place.     Presented  April  20,  1920.     Mr.  Marcil  (Bonaventure)   Not  printed, 

130.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  September,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  all  telegrams,  letters,  contracts  and  plans, 

passed  between  the  Commission  of  the  Transcontinental  Railway,  or  the  Government  and  the  City  of  Quebec, 
the  different  transport  companies,  the  Harbour  Commission  of  Quebec  or  any  other  persons,  corporations  or 
companies  from  1910  to  date,  concerning  the  construction  of  a  railway  station  at  the  Champlain  Market  in  the 
city  of  Quebec,  also  the  construction,  in  the  said  city,  of  wharves,  docks,  elevators  to  facilitate  the  transport 
oi  grain  from  the  West  v-ia  the  Port  of  Quebec.     Presented  April  20,  1920.     Mr.  Parent Not  printed. 

130o.  Return  to  an  Order  ol  the  House  of  the  5th  May,  1920.  for  a  copy  of  all  documents,  contracts  and  correspondence 
relating  to  the  negotiations  between  the  City  of  Quebec  and  the  Transcontinental  Railway  regarding  the  Cham- 
plain  market  site  and  the  proposed  docks  and  grain  elevators  situated  along  the  front  of  the  St.  Lawrence  river. 
Quebec.     Presented  May  18,  1920.     Mr.  Power  Not  printed. 

131 .  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  29th  September,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents,  letters,  and  plans,  subm.itted 

by  the  Harbour  Commission  of  Quebec  since  1910  to  date,  concerning  the  construction  of  wharves,  docks  elevators, 
cold  storage,  terminal  facilities  in  the  Port  of  Quebec,  for  the  trajisport  by  land  and  water.  Presented  April  21 , 
1920.     Mr.  Parent Not  printed. 

132.  Return  showing: — 1.  Minimum  and  maximum  salary  being  paid  to  postmasters.      2.  By  what  method  the  minimum 

and  maximum  salar>'  of  postmasters  is  determined.  3.  Whether  postmasters  receive  a  bonus  on  account  of  the 
high  cost  of  liWng.  4.  It  not,  why.  5.  Minimum  and  maximum  salary  being  paid  to  rural  mail  carriers. 
6.  Whether  the  Government  ha^  fixed  a  maximum  rate  per  mile  to  appl\-  to  rural  mail  routes.  7.  How  the  salary 
of  rural  mail  carriers  is  determined.  8.  Whether  rural  mail  carriers  receive  a  bonus  on  account  of  the  high  cost 
of  living.  9.  If  not,  why.  10.  Minimum  and  maximum  salary  being  paid  to  letter  carriers.  11.  Whether  letter 
carriers  receive  a  bonus.    12.  H  so,  how  much.    Presented  April  21,  1920.    Mr,  Kennedy  (Glengarry.) 

Not  printed. 

133.  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in  the  province  of  Quebec  in  connection  v.ith  the  work  of  the 

Soldiers'  Settlement  Board.  2.  Their  names  and  post  office  addresses.  3.  Salary  or  remuneration  each  one  is 
drawing.  4.  Whether  any  of  these  employees  are  allotted  to  certain  constituencies.  5.  If  so,  what  persons  are 
allotted  to  the  various  constituencies,  and  to  what  constituencies.    Presented  April  26,  1920.    Mr.  Tobin. 

Not  printed. 

134.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  other  correspondence 

that  has  passed  between  one  George  Carvill,  of  the  City  of  St.  John,  formerly  City  Ticket  Agent  for  the  Canadian 
Government  Railway  (formerly  Intercolonial  Railway)  at  the  said  City  of  St.  John,  and  any  and  all  others  for 
and  on  behalf  of  the  said  George  Carvill  and  the  Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals,  Deputy  Minister  or  any  other 
Ministers  of  the  Government  or  any  general  manager,  assistant  manager,  superintendent  or  other  officials  of  the 
Canadian  Government  Railway  in  reference  to  the  dismi.ssal  of  the  said  George  Carvill  from  said  railway  on  the 
30th  day  of  .\pril,  A.D.  1917,  and  the  request  of  the  said  George  Carvill  for  an  investigation  under  oath  before 
an  independent  tribunal  into  the  causes  for  his  dismissal  and  the  refusal  of  the  management  of  the  said  railway 
to  grant  such  an  investigation.    Ptesented  April  27, 1920.    Mr.  Copp Not  printed. 

135.  Return  to  an  Order  of  tlje  House  of  the  22nd  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents,  letters,  telegrams  and  other 

correpondence  in  the  hands  of  the  Government  concerning  the  proposed  railway  between  St.  Camille,  County  of 
Bellechasse,  and  Cabano,  County  of  Temiscouata.    Presented  April  27,  1920.    Mr.  Fafard     Not  printed. 

136.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  March,  1920.  for  a  copy  of  the  Report  made  by  the  Board  of  Railway 

Commissioners  for  Canada,  on  the  application  of  the  Canadian  Pacific  and  Grand  Trunk  Railway  Companies, 
on  behalf  of  themselves  and  other  railvva\'s  carrying  His  Majesty's  mail  in  Canada,  asking  that  fair  and  reasonable 
rates  be  fixed  by  the  Board  for  the  carriage  of  mails  pursuant  to  the  reference  of  the  matter  to  the  Board  by 
Order  in  Council,  P.C.,  617,  dated  March  7,  1917,  for  the  determination  as  to  the  accuracy  or  inaccuracy  of  the 
claim  made  by  the  railway  companies,  that  these  rates  are  inadequate,  and,  if  it  is  found  that  the  present  rates 
are  inadequate  to  determine  as  the  result  of  evidence  to  be  submitted  by  the  Post  Office  Department  and  the 
railway  companies  interested  what  would  be  a  mir  rate  of  payment  for  the  service.  Also  a  copy  of  all  covfe.ipond- 
ence  between  members  of  the  Government  or  any  officials  thereof  and  the  Board  of  Itailway  Commissioners 
or  any  officials  thereof  in  reference  to  the  report  mentioned  above.     Presented  April  27,  1920.     Mr.  Bureau. 

Not  printed. 

136a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  dated  April  28.  1920,  for  a  Return  of  the  evidence  and  other  proceedings  submitted 
before  the  Dominion  Railway'  Commission  at  the  sessions  at  Ottawa  on  ( tctober  3,  1911,  November  7.  1911,  and 
March  IS,  1919,  relating  to  freight  rates  and  all  matters  before  said  Board  on  said  rates.  2.  A  copj-  of  the  report 
made  by  said  Board  to  the  Government  as  the  result  of  said  investigations.  3.  A  copy  of  tlie  postal  rate  agree- 
ment or  agreements  existing  between  the  Government  and  the  railway  compjinies  for  parcel  post  ser\ice,  including 
a  statement  or  copy  of  the  rates  charged  by  the  Government  railways.  4.  A  copy  of  the  report  made  by  the 
Dominion  Railway  Board  to  the  Government  on  the  contracts  between  the  (Jovernment  and  the  railway  com- 
panies as  to  the  rates  charged  for  the  postal  services.  5.  Does  the  said  report  show  (or  is  the  Government  aware) 
that  the  rates  fixed  and  paid  are  less  tlianit  cost  the  railway  companies  to  perform  the  services.  G.  What  quantity 
of  mail  is  carried  annually  by  parcel  post.  7.  How  much  of  it  is  carried  for  mail  order  houses— distinguishing 
quantities  by  provinces.  8.  What  are  the  postal  rates  charged  for  parcel  post  packages:  (o)  to  the  public  (ft)  to 
mail  order  houses.  9.  Do  these  rates  pay  the  full  cost  of  transportation.  If  not,  what  is  the  loss.  10.  If  there 
is  a  loss  how  is  it  provided  for?  11.  Does  the  Government  intend  to  make  a  change  in  the  parcel  post  rates. 
If  so,  what.     The  Senate.. Not  printed. 

137.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  April,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  at  the  end  of  the  fiscal  year  1910.  and 

each  Hubsefjuent  year,  the  total  assets  of  Canada,  the  amount  received  in  each  year  as  interest  or  other  income 
from  such  lusseta,  and  the  average  rate  of  interest  or  other  income  so  received  in  each  year.  Presented  April  2S, 
1920.     Mr.    Fielding Not    printed. 

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138.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The  total  amount  of  commis«ioD 

charges  paid  to  brokers  and  agents  in  connection  with  the  last  VictorT.-  Loan.  2.  What  amounts  have  been  paid 
to  each  oi  the  said  brokers  and  agents.  3.  Whether  any  of  the  said  commission  charges  have  not  jet  been  paid. 
4.  If  so,  whose  accounts  they  are,  and  for  what  reason  they  have  not  been  paid.  Presented  April  28,  1920.  Mr. 
Archambault S^ot  printed. 

139.  Return  showing: — 1.  Names  of  the  so-called  experts  eraplojed  by  the  Arthur  Young  Company  to  classify-  the 

employees  of  the  various  departments,  and  which  department  or  departments  did  e^ch  such  expert  cla^^sify. 

2.  The  ages,  nationality  educational,  and  practical  qualification,  including  positions  previoush-  held,  with  special 
reference  to  classification  work,  ot  each  such  expert.  3.  (a)  Cost  to  the  Government  for  the  ser\-ic&s  of  each  such 
expert;  (6)  what  is  the  cost  to  the  Arthur  Young  Company  of  the  services  ol  each  expert.  Have  they  been  paid 
in  Canadian  or  American  money.  4.  How  many  Deputy  Ministers  have  approved  the  classification  of  faheir 
departments.  5.  Whether  the  Arthur  Young  Company  pay  an  income  or  business  tax  in  Canada.  6-  In  case 
of  difference  of  opinion  respecting  classification  between  the  so-called  experts  and  the  Civil  Service  Commission 
whose  opinion  prevails.     Presented  April  28,  1920.     M.  Gau\Teau     .  Xot  printed. 

140.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  14th  April,  1920.  for  a  copy  of  all  reports,  letters,  petitions  or  documentB 

referring  to  claims  for  damages  on  behalf  of  innocent  victims  who.  during  the  so-called  Quebec  riots  of  1918,  have 
either  been  killed  or  woundwl  by  the  soldiers  of  His  Majesty.    Presented  April  29,  1920.    Mr.  Parent. 

Not  printed. 

141.  Return  to  an  Orcv-.  of  the  Senate  dated  April  18,  1918.  for  a  Return  showing: — The  amount  paid  in  each  year  since 

1900  inclusive,  for  (a)  reporting,  (6)  translating,  (c)  typewriting,  and  (d)  printing  proceedings  before  Commission 
of  Inquin,-  and  all  other  investigations  for  or  on  behalf  of  the  Government  or  any  Department  thereof,  in  English 
and  in  French  respectively,  the  names  of  the  persons  under  <a).  ib)  and  (f)  to  whom  such  payments  were  Diade, 
the  amount  paid  to  each  as  salary  or  other  compensation,  and  the  amount  paid  on  account  of  each  such  person  for 
travelling  and  living  expenses.    The  Senate Not  printed. 

142.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  April  16,  1918,  for  a  Return  referring  to  Return  of  the  Senate  (Xo.  7, 

August  23.  1917.  re  officers  7Sth  Regiment,  Highlanders  of  Pictou  County.  Nova  Scotia): — 1.  (a)  Giving  the 
names  of  the  officers  mentioned  in  the  said  Return  who  ser\-ed  with  the  overseas  forces  at  the  fighting  front  since 
said  Return  was  compiled,  {b)  The  unit  and  date  each  one  so  ser\'ed.  (c )  The  number  who  became  casualties. 
and  when.  2.  The  location,  connection  and  rank  of  each  of  the  officers  mentioned  in  said  Return  in  the  overseas 
forces  at  the  present  time.    The  Senate Not  printed. 

142a.  Supplementar>^  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  dated  April  16.  191S.  for  a  Return  referring  to  Return  of  the  Senate 
(No.  7,  August  23.  1917,  re  officers  7Sth  Regiment,  Highlanders  of  Pictou  County,  Nova  Scotia !> — 1.  (o)  Giving 
the  names  of  the  officers  mentioned  in  the  said  Return  who  served  with  the  o^  erseas  forces  at  the  fighting  front 
sine*  said  Return  was  compiled.  (6)  The  unit  and  date  each  one  so  served,  {c)  The  number  who  became 
casualties,  and  when.  2.  The  location,  connection  and  rank  of  each  of  the  officers  mentioned  in  said  Return  in 
the  overseas  forces  at  the  present  time.    The  Senate Not  printed. 

143.  Copy  Declaration  by  the  Supreme  Council  of  the  Peace  Conference  on  the  Economic  Conditions  ot  the  World.    The 

Seimte Not  printed. 

144.  Return.showing:— 1.  Whether  the  Government  pays  the  expenses  of  an  office  in  Toronto  for  A.  V.  White,  consulting 

engineer  of  the  Conservation  Commission.  2.  If  so,  what  expenses  for  said  office  it  paid  in  the  fiscal  year 
1919-20,  including  rent,  salaries  of  assistants,  travelling  expenses,  etc.  3.  What  relation,  if  any,  the  said  A.  V 
White  is  to  James  White,  Deputy  Head  of  the  Conservation  Commission.  4.  If  an\-  other  relatives  of  its  Deput> 
Head  were  employed  by  the  Conservation  Commission  in  the  past  fiscal  year,  their  names,  what  positions  they 
fill  and  what  salaries  were  paid  them.  5  Whether  it  is  the  practice  of  the  Government  to  maintain  offices  for 
all  its  consulting  engineers.  6.  Whether  it  is  the  intention  of  the  Government  to  continue  to  defray  the  expenses 
of  the  Toronto  office  of  the  said  A.  V.  White.  7.  If  the  said  A.  V.  W'hite  was  employed  by  the  Department  of 
Public  Works,  what  was  the  last  your  he  was  so  employed  and  what  remuneration  he  was  paid.  8.  At  what 
annual  salary  rate  he  is  being  paid  by  the  Conser\*ation  Commission  for  1920-21.  9.  What  reports,  if  any,  by 
A.  V.  White,  other  than  reports  on  water-powers  and  hydro-electric  conditions,  the  Conservation  Commission 
has  published.  10.  Whether  A.  V.  White  holds  the  degree" of  Electrical  Engineer  from  a  recognized  university. 
11.  Namcof  the  Hydro-Electric  EngineeroftheConservationCommission.  12.  What  degrees  he  holds  and  what 
practical  experience  he  has  had.    13.  What  annual  salary  he  is  paid.    Presented  May  3.  1920.    Mr.  Casgrain. 

Xot  printed. 

145.  Return  showing: — 1.  How  many  forms  in  each  constituency  in  the  province  of  Quebec  were  purchased  by  returned 

soldiers  under  the  provisions  of  the  Soldiers'  Settlement  Act.  2.  The  names  of  the  buyers  and  sellers  of  each 
of  the  said  farms.  3.  The  price  paid  for  each  of  these  farms.  4.  Who  visited  each  of  the  said  farms  on  behalf 
of  the  Government.  5.  What  assistance  was  given  by  the  Government  in  connection  with  each  purchase.  Pre- 
sented May  3.  1920.    Mr.  Tobin Not  printed. 

146.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou.se  of  the  19th  April.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— I.  Whether  there  was  any  printing 

done  for  the  Government  outside  of  the  Printing  Bureau  during  the  years  1918/1919.    2.   If  so,  by  whom. 

3.  Addres.ses  of  persons  or  firms  to  whom  such  printing  was  given.  4.  Amount  paid  for  this  outside  printing, 
in  each  case,  in  1918-19.    Presented  May  4,  1920.    Mr.  Dechesne Not  printed. 

147.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  April,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  Amounts  loaned  or  credits  given 

by  the  Government  of  Canada:  (a)  to  Greece;  (b)  to  Rumania.  2.  The  dates  these  loans  were  granted  or  credits 
given:  (a)  to  Greece;  (6)  to  Rumania.  3.  The  nature  of  merchandises  purchased  by  the  Government  of  Canada 
and  charged  in  each  case:  (a)  to  Greece  (6)  to  Rumania.  4.  The  names  of  commercial  firms  or  person-"^  from 
whom  said  goods  were  so  purchased,  specifying:  (a)  the  nature  of  goods  in  each  case  <6)  the  amounts  paid  by  the 
Government  to  these  firms  or  persons  in  each  case  and  also  the  date  of  these  paynncnts.  Presented  May  5,  1920. 
Mr.  Archambault . .    Not  printed. 

148.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou.=«  oi  the  10th  March,  1920,  for  a  ropy  ol  all  telegrams,  petitions,  letters  and  documents 

ol  all  kinds  sent  to  the  Post  Office  Department  referring  in  any  way  to  the  mail  route  and  mail  ser\'ice  I>etween 
Mabou,  N.S.,  and  Whycocomagh,  N.S.    Presented  May  5.  1920.    Mr.  Chieholm Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Continued. 

149.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  31st  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  reports  and  other  documents 

inanv  wav  reierringtoa  proposed  change  in  the  sited  Beatonville  Post  Office,  Inverness  County,  N.S.  Presented 
May'.^  1920.    Mr.  Chisliolna  . .  Not  printed. 

150.  Return  showing: — 1 .  How  many  persons  are  employed  on  the  staff  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission.   2.  Their  names. 

3.  The  respective  salaries  of  said  persona.    Presented  May  0,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken  Not  printed. 

151.  Return  to  an  Order  ot  the  House  of  thr-  26th  April,  1920,  for  a  return  showing  the  total  quantity  in  gallons,  of  spirituous 

liquors  imported  into  Canada  during  the  years  1913,  1914,  1915, 1916, 1917, 1918  and  1919;  and  also  showing  the  value 
in  money  of  the  said  imports  during  the  same  years.    Presented  May  10, 1920.    Mr.  Arcliambault  - .   Not  printed. 

152.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  May,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  and  reports  concerning  the 

dismissal  of  Mr.  EHsfee  Parent,  inspector  of  Inland  Revenue,  the  6th  of  September,  1916  (file  No.  111085).  Pre- 
sented March  10,  1920.    Mr.  Rinlret Not  printed. 

152a.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  May.  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  and  reports 
concerning  the  dismissal  of  Mr.  Elisje  Parent,  inspector  of  Inland  Revenue,  the  6th  of  September,  1916  (file  No. 
111085).    Presented  May  17,  1920.    Mr.  Rinfret Not  printed. 

153.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  between  the  Dominion 

Government  or  any  member  thereof  and  the  Dominion  Manufacturers'  Association  or  any  manufacturer,  relating 
•  to  appeals  from  the  Supreme  or  other  courts  in  regard  to  validity  of  certain  Dominion  or  Provincial  .\ct«  and 
Provincial  Licenses  whereby  the  Dominion  Government  undertook  to  give  financial  aid  to  said  manutacturers 
for  said  appeals,  as  shown  in  the  Financial  Times,  Montreal,  or  the  21st  February,  1920.  Presented  May  10,  1920. 
Mr.   Devlin ^ Not  printed . 

154.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  April,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Number  ot  translators  employed 

by  the  Senate,  House  of  Commons  and  the  different  departments  of  the  Government,  and  number  employed  by 
each  department.  2.  Number  employed  permanently.  3.  Number  engaged  for  the  session  only.  4.  Total 
annual  cost  of  the  translation  service.  5.  Whether  any  translation  was  done  outside  of  Ottawa  during  the  fiscal 
year  ending  31st  March.  1019.  6.  If  so,  in  how  many  instances,  ana  whr.t  rate  was  paid  per  page  of  printed  matter. 
Presented  May  10,  1920.     Mr.  Hocken Not  printed. 

155.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  May.  1920,  for  a  copy  of  a  letter  from  the  Board  of  Trade  ol  the  City  of 

Quebec  to  the  Minister  of  Trade  and  Commerce,  dated  October  24,  1919,  concerning  the  new  policy  adopted 
by  the  Ocean  Mail  Steamers  ol  not  stopping  at  Quebec  in  their  outward  voyage,  and  a  copy  of  the  answer  to  said 
letter.    Presented  May  10,  1920.    Mr.  Lapointe Not  printed. 

156.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  oj  the  29th  April.  1920.  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  Name  of  each  official  and  clerk 

in  the  Fisheries  Branch  at  Ottawa  who  will  be  in  receipt  of  a  salarv  of  SI  .800  or  over  during  the  fiscal  j  ear  1920-21 

2.  Salary  of  each  such  official  and  clerk  during  the  fiscal  years  1916-17,  1917-18,  1918-19  and  1919-20.  3.  Minimum 
and  maximum  salar>-  of  eaca  such  official  and  clerk  as  at  present  fixed  by  the  classifying  experts  of  the  Civil  Service 
Commission.  4.  What  the  salary-  of  each  such  official  and  clerk  will  be  during  the  fiscal  year  1920-21.  5.  What 
practical  experience  or  direct  connection,  if  any,  each  such  official  and  clerk  has  nad  in  or  with  tlie  fishing 
industry;  the  nature  of  such  experience  or  connection  and  the  number  of  years  it  covers.  6.  What  position  each 
such  official  and  clerk,  who  has  had  no  practical  experience  in  or  direct  connection  with  the  fishing  industry, 
filled  or  what  duties  he  performed  on  first  becoming  attached  to  the  Fisheries  Branch.  7.  Present  duties  and 
responsibilities  of  each  such  official  or  clerk.    Presented  May  10,  1920.    Mr.  Duff Not  printed. 

157.  Return  to  an  (irder  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  May,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  telegrams,  and  other  documents 

exchanged  between  Dr.  L.  W.  McNutt.  Vancouver,  B.C.,  and  the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment. 
Sir  Robert  Borilen  and  the  Director  of  Medical  Services  of  the  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-ostablishment,  with  reference 
to  claim  for  $2,590.72  by  the  said  Dr.  McNutt  against  the  above  mentioned  department,  and  also  with  reference 
to  the  resignation  or  dismissal  of  the  saia  Dr.  MoNutt  from  the  department  in  question.  Presented  May  11. 
1920.    Mr.  Power Not  printed. 

158.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  I7th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— I.  Number  of  employees  in  the 

inside  service  of  the  Labour  Department.  2.  How  many  are  males.  3.  How  many  are  females.  4.  How  many 
males  are  French.  5.  How  many  females  are  French.  6.  How  males  are  Protestants.  7.  How  many  females 
are  Protestants.     Presented  May  II.  1920.    Mr.  Hocken Not  printed. 

158,1.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  snowing:—! .  Number  of  employees  in  the 
inside  service  of  tlie  Post  Office  Department.  2.  How  m;iny  are  males.  3.  How  many  are  females.  4.  How 
many  males  are  French.  5.  How  many  females  are  French.  6.  How  many  males  are  Protestants.  7.  How 
many  females  are  Protestants.     Presented  May  11,  1920.     Mr.  Hocken   Not  print^'d. 

158'».  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  Number  of  employees  in  the 
inside  service  of  the  Secretary  of  State  Department,  including  the  Printing  Bureau.    2.  How  man>-  are  males. 

3.  How  many  are  females.  4.  How  many  males  are  Frenca.  5.  How  many  females  are  French.  6.  How  many 
males  are  Protestants.    7.  How  many  females  are  Protestants.    Presented  May  II.  1920.     Mr.  Hocken. 

Not  printed. 

158o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  April.  1920.  for  a  Return  showing:— !.  Number  of  pL-rsons  employed  by 
the  Civil  Service  Commission.  2.  How  many  are  males.  3.  How  many  are  females.  4.  How  many  males  are 
French.  5.  How  manv  females  are  French.  6.  How  nianv  males  are  Protestants.  7.  How  many  females 
are  Protestants.     Presented  May  1 1 ,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken  Not  printed. 

\58<{.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  March,  1-*120,  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  Number  of  employees  in  the 
inside  service  of  the  Department  of  Interior.  2.  How  many  are  males.  3.  How  many  are  females.  4.  How 
many  males  are  French.  5.  How  many  females  are  French,  fi.  How  many  males  are  I^otestants.  7.  How 
many  females  are  Protestants.    Presented  May  11,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken Not  printed, 

158*-.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17tli  March,  1920.  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Number  of  employees  in  the 
inside  service  of  the  Marine  and  Fiwheries  Department        2.  How  many  are  males.    3.  How  many  are  females. 

4.  How  many  males  are  Trench.  5.  How  many  females  are  French.  0.  How  many  mules  are  Protestants. 
7.  How  manv  females  are  Protestants.    Presented  May  11,  1920.     Mr.  Hocken     Not  printed. 

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158/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  employees  in  the 
inside  service  of  the  Finance  Department  including  the  Insurance  Branch.  2.  How  many  are  males.  3.  How 
many  are  female^.  4.  How  many  males  are  French.  5.  How  many  females  are  French.  6.  How  many  male.') 
are  Protestants.    7.  How  many  females  are  Protestants.    Presented  May  11,  1920.    Mr.  Tobin Xot  printed. 

158'/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— I.  Number  of  employees  in  the 
insideserviceof  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce.  2.  How  many  are  males.  3.  How  many  are  females. 
4.  How  many  males  are  French.  5.  How  many  females  are  French.  6.  How  many  males  are  Protestants. 
7.  How  many  females  are  Protestants.    Presented  May  11,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken Xot  printed. 

158a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  employees  in  the  inside 
servace  of  the  Militia  Department.  2.  How  many  are  males.  3.  How  many  are  females.  4.  How  many  males 
are  French,  o.  How  many  females  are  French.  6.  How  many  males  are  Protestants.  7.  How  many  females 
are  Protestants.    Presented  May  17,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken Not  printed. 

159.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  April.  1920,  tor  a  Return  showing:— 1 .  What  institutions  are  at  present 

under  the  jurisdiction  and  management  of  the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment.  2.  Number 
of  patients  in  each  institution.  3.  Number  of  employees  in  each-institution.  4.  Cost  per  vear  of  each  institution. 
Presented  May  12.  1920.    Mr.  Pardee Not  printed, 

160.  Fifth  ,\nnual  Report  of  the  Board  of  Directors  of  the  Canadian  Northern  Railway  System,  for  the  year  ended 

December  31,  1919.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Reid.  May  12, 1920 Printed  for  seasional  papers  only. 

161.  First  Annual  Report  of  the  Board  of  Directors  of  Canadian  Government  Merchant  Marine,  Limited.    Presented 

bj-  Hon.  Mr.  Reid,  May  12,  1920 Printed  /or  sessional  papers  only. 

162.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  May,  1920,  for  a  Ketum  showing: — 1.  Sales  of  militarj- and  other  supplies 

made  by  the  War  Purchasing  Commission  in  each  of  the  years  1917, 1918  and  1919,  and  amount  of  money  obtained 
for  these  supplies  in  each  of  the  above  years.  2.  Whether  these  supplies  were  sold  by  tender,  by  advertisement, 
or  at  public  auction.  3.  How  military  supplies,  including  rugs,  furniture,  etc.,  at  Camp  Borden  were  sold,  who 
the  purchasers  were  and  what  prices  were  received  for  the  various  articles.    Presented  May  14, 1920.    Mr.  Ross 

Not  printed. 

163.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  April,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  letters,  correspondence  between  the 

Department  of  Justice  or  any  of  its  officers  and  the  Ci\nl  Service  Commission  or  any  of  its  members  with  refer- 
ence to  the  promotion  of  the  Secretary  to  the  Deputy  Minister  of  Justice  in  1919  and  1920.  Presented  May  14, 
1920.    Mr.  Cahill Not  printed. 

164.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  24th  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  and  telegrams  between  the 

Dominion  Government  and  the  Alberta  Government  relating  to  irrigation  development  in  Alberta,  and  more 
particularly  to  Lethbridge  Northern  Irrigation  District.    Presented  May  17, 1920.    Mr.  Buchanan. .  .Not  printed. 

165.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  .ath  May,  1020,  for  a  Return  showing  the  names  of  all  persons  who  have  passed 

the  Ci\-il  Service  examinations  from  the  province  of  Prince  Edward  Island  in  1917,  1918  and  1919,  showing; 
(i)  thegradefor  which  they  passed;  (6)  the  number  of  marks  made  by  each;  (c)  those  who  are  returned  soldiers; 
id)  those  who  have  received  an  appointment,  with  the  name  of  their  position.  Presented  May  17,  1920.  Mr. 
Sinclair  ^P.E.I.) , Not  printed. 

166.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  April,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — I.  Number  of  CiWl  Service  Investi- 

gating Commis-^ionsappomted  since  the  1st  of  January,  A.  D.  iS!)5.  2.  On  what  respective  dates  said  Commissions 
were  appointed,  what  number  of  Commissioners  comprised  each  Board,  their  names  and  their  home  addresses. 
3.  How  long  each  Board  was  engaged  on  such  inquin,-  and  how  much  was  paid  to  each.  4.  Whether  there  is  any 
Board  or  any  Member  of  a  past  or  present  Board  now  engasfd  in  connection  with  the  Civil  Service  inquiry  or  ' 
classification  of  the  Civil  Ser\ice.  other  than  the  regular  Civil  Ser\-ice  Commi.ssion  of  which  Honourable  Doctor 
Roche  is  the  Chairman.  5.  What  amount  or  amounts  were  paid  by  the  Government  to  the  Civil  Service 
Classification  Commi-ssioners  during  the  time  from  1st  January.  1916,  to  and  including  the  loth  of  March,  A.D. 
1920.  what  amounts  were  paid  to  each  of  the  eaid  Classification  Commissioners  and  on  what  dates.  Presented 
May  17,  1920.    Mr.  McKenzie Not  printed. 

167.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  ehowing: — 1.  Number  of  married  women  whose 

husbands  did  not  3er\-e  in  the  Canadian  Expeditionary  Force  who  are  in  the  pay  of  various  Government  depart- 
ments at  Ottawa.  2.  Whether  it  is  a  fact  that  the  Department  of  Immigration  has  in  its  empIo\-  a  lady  at  a 
salary  of  $300  per  noonth.  3.  Whether  this  lady  is  the  wife  or  mother  of  a  returned  soldier,  and  whether  any 
effort  was  made  at  the  time  of  her  employment  to  secure  the  services  of  a  war  widow  or  dependent.  4.  Whether 
this  lady's  husband  is  in  the  employ  of  the  Government  or  of  one  of  the  proWncial  government.*.  5.  Whether 
it  is  a  fact  that  the  daughters  of  several  departmental  heads  are  employed  by  their  fathers  in  Government  service 
and  that  in  such  cases  these  yoimg  ladies  hold  positions  which  could  be  well  filled  with  men  who  have  been 
trained  by  the  Department  of  Soldiers*  Ci\'il  Re-establishment  for  the  Civil  Service  but  are  unable  to  secure 
appointments.    Presented  May  19,  1920.    Mr.  Andrews  Xot  printed. 

168.  Copy  of  Order  in  Coimcil,  PC.  1595.  dated  31st  July,  19Ifl:  Appointment  of  Victory  Loan  Special  Committee  in 

connection  with  the  stabilizing  of  the  Victory  Loan  of  1917.    Presented  by  Sir  George  Foster,  May  20,  1920. 

Not  printed. 

169.  Reports  submitted  by  the  Officer  in  charge  of  the  Canadian  War  Records  Office,  London,  England,  to  *.he  Right 

Honourable  Sir  Robert  L.  Borden,  G.C.M.G.,  M.P.,  Prime  Minister  of  Canada;  and  to  the  Honourable  Sir 
Edward  Kemp,  K.C.M.G.,  M.P.,  Minister,  Overseas  Military  Forces  of  Canada,  1916-1919,  with  which  ia 
included  a  Report  of  the  Executive  Committee  of  the  Canadian  War  Memorials  Fund.  Presented  by  Sir  Robert 
Borden,  May  20,  1920 Not  printed. 

170.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May.  1020,  (or  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in 

the  Department  of  Indian  Affairs  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  samries.  Presented  May  21.  1920.  Mr. 
Hocken Not  printed. 

170d.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  ltH:h  May,  1920.  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in 
the  Department  of  Labour  in  Ottawa.    2.  Their  names  and  salaries.    Presented  May  2i,  1920.    Mr.  Hucken. 

Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Continued. 

1706.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in 
the  Department  of  Marine  in  Ottawa.    2.  Their  names  and  salaries.    Presented  May  21,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken. 

Not  printed. 

\70c-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  emploj-ed  in 
the  Department  of  Public  Archives  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  salaries.  Presented  May  26,  1920.  Mr. 
Hocken Not  printed. 

170(f.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in 
the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  salaries.  Presented  May  26,  1920. 
Mr.  Hocken Not  printed . 

170f.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in  the 
Department  of  the  Secretarj-  of  State  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  salaries.  Presented  May  31 .  1920.  Mr. 
Hocken ". Not  printed. 

170/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  I9th  May.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in  the 
Department  of  Mines  in  Ottawa.    2.  Their  names  and  salaries.    Presented  May  31,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken. 

Not  printed. 

\70g.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:~l.  Number  of  persons  employed  in 
the  Department  of  Naval  Service  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  salaries.  Presented  May  31,  1920.  Mr. 
Hocken Not  printed. 

llOh.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  tor  a  Return  showing:—!.  Number  of  employees  in  the 
Department  of  Justice  in  Ottawa.    2.  Their  names  and  salaries.    Presented  May  31,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken. 

Not  printed. 

170i.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  Number  of  persons  employed.in- 
the  Department  of  the  Interior  in  Ottawa.    2.  Their  names  and  salaries.    Presented  June  2,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken. 

Not  printed . 

llOj.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing; — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed,  in 
the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  salaries.  Presented  June  8,  1920. 
Mr.  Hocken ' Not  printed. 

170*.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19tb  ilay,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:^!.  Number  of  persons  employed  in 
the  Department  of  Public  Works  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  salaries.  Presented  June  10,  1920.  Mr. 
Hocken Not  printed. 

170.1  Return  to  an  Orderof  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Ketum  showing:— 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in 
the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establish ment  in  Ottawa.  2.  Their  names  and  salaries.  Presented  June 
14,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken Not  printed. 

170m.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in  the 
Department  of  Public  Printing.    2.  Their  namt-s  and  salaries.    Presented  June  17, 1920.  Mr.  Hocken- .A'^of  prin/fd. 

170n.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  persons  employed  in  the 
Department  of  Public  Health.    2.  Their  names  and  salaries.    Presented  June  17, 1920.    Mr.  Hocken.  .Not  printed, 

170o.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920.  for  a  Return  showing: — 1 .  Number  of  employees  in  the  Post 
Office  Department  in  Ottawa.    2.  Their  names  and  salaries.    Presented  June  IS,  1920.    Mr.  Hocken.  .iVo(  printed. 

171.  Also.— Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  May,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  a  letter  signed  by  twenty-two  Senators 

and  Members  of  the  House  of  Commons  representing  the  Provinces  of  Alberta,  ^Saskatchewan  and  Manitoba. 
'  addressed  to  Sir  Robert  L.  Borden.  Prime  Minister  of  Canada,  dated  September,  1919,  recommending  the 
shipment  of  grain  by  rail  via  Quebec;  also  a  copy  of  the  answer  to  such  letter  as  well  as  the  letters  sent  by  J.  T. 
,  Rf^,  Esq.,  President  of  the  Quebec  Board  of  Trade,  to  the  Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals  during  the  months 
of  January  and  Februarj-,  1920,  concerning  export  of  wheat  via  Quebec,  and  of  the  letters  of  the  Minister  of  Rail- 
ways and  Canals  in  answer  thereto.    Presented  May  21,  1920.    Mr.  Lapointe Not  printed. 

172.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Who  the  publishers  are  of  the 

Montreal  Gazette.  2.  Amounts  paid  to  the  Montreal  Gazette  Publishing  Company  for  each  of  the  last  fiscal  years 
by  the  Dominion  Government  for  (a)  advertising,  and  (6)  job  printing.    Presented  May  21, 1920.    Mr.  Edwards. 

Not  printed. 

173.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  April,  1920.  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  letters  and  petitions  received 

from  the  citizens  of  the  Saguenay  di^^trict  and  all  others  in  connection  with  a  subsidy  from  the  Department  of 
Trade  and  Commerce  in  order  to  obtain  the  services  of  a  steamboat  ferry  between  Ste.Cathertne  and  Tadoussac. 
I'resented  May  21,  1920.    Mr.  Savard .Not  printed. 

174.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  March.  1919.  for  a  return  showing  the  names  and  post  office  addresses 

of  all  postmasters  appointed  in  the  ProWnce  of  Nova  .Scotia  since  June  1,  1917,  along  with  a  copy  of  all  corre- 
spondence withtbe  Post  Office  Department  or  withtheCiWl  Service  Commission  relating  to  such  appointments. 
Presented  May  26,  1920.    Mr.  Sinclair  (Antigonish) Not  printed. 

175.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  May.  1920,  for  a  copy  of  the  mortgage  deeds  for  the  twenty-five  and  the 

thirty-five  million  dollars  granted  bv  the  Government  of  Canada  to  the  Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company 
in  1918  and  1919.    Presented  May  26,  1920.    Mr.  Papincau Not  printed. 

176.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  dated  the  4th  instant,  for  a  Return  showing  all  correspondence  that  may  have  taken 

place  with  the  British  Admiralty,  and  with  the  Naval  Mission  to  India  and  the  Dominion,  1919-20,  and  also  u 
list  of  shareholders,  officers  and  directors  of  the  Imperial  Oil  Company.    The  Senate Not  printed. 

177<  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate  dated  the  5th  instant,  for  a  Return  of  copies  of  contracts  between  any  Department 
or  Departments  of  the  Government  and  the  owners  of  the  steamship  Ladj/  Evelyn,  in  respect  to  the  carri.-ige  of 
mails,  passengers  and  freight  between  Pictou,  Souris,  and  the  Magdalen  Islands;  and  copies  of  schedules  uf  rut«s 
for  such  service,  if  such  schedules  are  in  tho  possession  of  the  Government.    The  Senate Not  printed 

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178.  Kelorn  of  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  May,  1920.  for  a  Return  showing:—!.  Whether  inspectors  in  charge  of 

terminal  elevators,  under  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners,  have  full  authority  to  inspect  grain,  as  provirJed 
for  in  the  Canada  Grain  Act.  2.  Ii  not,  why  not.  3.  If  so.  whether  the  inspectors  issue  the  requisite  inspection 
certifi&xtes.  with  their  signatures  attached  thereto,  as  evidence  of  such  inspection.  4.  Whether  the  Chief  In.spec- 
tor  or  his  immediate  assistant,  in  charge  of  terminal  elevators,  has  authority  to  change  such  inspection,  without 
consent  of  the  inspector  directly  in  charge  of  a  terminal  elevator.  5.  If  so,  whether  this  practice  is  proWded 
for  in  the  Canada  Grain  Act.  G.  Whether  in:^pec*:ion  certificates,  either  inwards  or  outwards,  are  signed  in  bl:mk 
by  an  officer  under  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners,  and  then  filled  in  afterwards  by  a  clerk.  7.  Whether 
Western  Inspection  Certificates  are  signed  in  blank  by  the  Chief  Inspector  or  one  of  his  officers,  and  then  filled 
in  by  an  officer  in  the  Eastern  Inspection  District.  8.  W'hether  the  inward  and  outward  inspection  at  terminal 
elevators  is  identically  the  same.  9.  Whether  the  Canada  Grain  Act  pro^•ide3  for  the  inspection  9f  grain  into 
'  term^inal  elevators,  from  steaiuors  and  barges.  10.  If  so,  whether  the  inward  or  outward  inspection  governs. 
11.  How  much  grain  the  Government  elevator.  Port  .\rthur,  has  handled  from  September  1,  1919,  to  May  1. 
19211.  12.  How  much  grain  the  above  elevator  handled  during  the  following  crop  years:  1913-14, 1914-15. 191.5-16, 
1916-17.  1917-iS,  191S-19.  13.  Cost  per  bushel  in  handling  grain  in  the  Government  elevator.  Port  -\rthur,  for 
the  above  crop  years,  and  for  the  period,  September  1, 1919,  to  May  1, 1920.  14.  Whether  the  above  cast  includes 
any  pro\'ision  for  interest  on  investment  and  management.  15.  Revenue  per  bushel  for  the  above  period:  (.o) 
including  as  revenue,  money  derived  from  the  sale  of  overages,  screenings  and  scalpings:  '6)  excluding  as  revenue, 
money  derived  from  the  sale  of  overages,  screenings  and  scalpings.  Iti.  Number  of  employees  engaged  in  the 
above  elevator  during  the  above  periods.  17.  Name  of  the  senior  officer  or  manager  who  superintended  the 
operations  of  the  Government  elevators  under  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce,  for  the  above  periods. 
IS.  Whether  ail  the  Government  elevators  carry  insurance  on  grain  stored  therein,  in  accordance  with  law.  19.  If 
not.  why  the  di?criminnTion  against  the  other  commercially  owned  elevators,  and  on  whose  authority  the  law 
is  broken.  20.  Section  95.  subsection  7.  of  the  Canada  Grain  Act  provides  for  the  confiscation  of  overages  oyer 
one-quarter  of  one  per  cent  to  the  Government.  Wliether  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners  are  keeping  strict 
accounting  of  all  grain  going  into  and  out  oi  the  terminal  elevators,  including  screenings  and  scalpings,  so  as  to 
arrive  at  the  above  figures.  21.  Whether  the  Registration  Department,  under  the  Board  of  Grain  Commis- 
sioners, ha.s  full  information  tabulated  showing  the  gross  weight  in  and  gross  weight  out  of  terminal  elevators. 

22.  Change  made  by  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners  in  the  wording  of  the  outward  weight  certificates. 

23.  When  the  change  was  made.  24.  Whether  the  weight  certificate,  as  worded,  was-considered  faulty  up  to 
the  time  of  the  change.  25.  If  not,  why  the  change  in  the  wording  was  made.  26.  Whether  the  Canada  Wheat 
Board  has  an  officer  at  Fort  William,  whose  duty  it  is  to  check  the  grades  given  by  the  inspection  department 
under  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce,  on  all  grains  shipped  for  and  on  account  of  the  Canada  Wheat 
Board.  27.  If  so,  how  mdpy  officers  are  engaged  in  this  office,  their  names  and  salaries.  28.  If  so,  what  the 
necessity  is  of  two  Government  officials  doing  the  one  task.  29.  If  so,  whether  the  expenses  incidental  to  this 
office,  are  deducted  from  the  money  which  ought  rightly  be  given  to  the  farmers,  for  the  participation  certificates 
issued.  30.  Whether  the  Canada  Wheat  Board  accepts  the  inspection  certificates  as  issued  by  the  Department 
of  Trade  and  Commerce,  without  reservation.  31.  Whether  the  Canada  Wheat  Board  always  avails  itself  of 
the  highest  market  for  all  wheat  sold  for  and  on  account  of  the  producers.  32.  Since  the  Government  has  taken 
over  the  control  of  the  wheat  business,  whether  this  has  iind  a  tendency  to  reduce  the  work  of  the  Board  of  Grain 
Commissioners.  33.  If  so,  whether  the  number  of  employees  under  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners  have 
been  reduced,  for  the  purposes  of  economical  administration.  34.  Whether  the  administration  of  the  Canada 
Grain  Act  is  self  sustaining.  35.  If  not.  how  the  deficits  are  made  up  from  year  to  year  and  on  whose  authoritj-. 
36.  Salaries  paid  to  the  Secretary  of  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioner.^  and  the  Secretary-  of  the  Canada  Wheat 
Board.  37.  Whether  the  public  terminal  elevators  at  Fort  William  or  Port  Arthur  purchai^  and  sell  grain 
from  time  to  time,  contrary  to  the  Canada  Grain  Act.  33.  It  so,  on  whose  authority.  39.  Section  4S  of  the 
Canada  Grain  Act  provided  for  the  fixing  of  grades  other  than  statutory  grades,  by  the  Grain  Standards  Board. 
Whether  this  Board  has  fixed  the  composition  of  grades  of:  (a)  screening,  (b)  scalpings.  40.  If  not.  why  not. 
41.  Ii  not,  who  has  fixed  the  composition  and  grades  up  to  the  present  time,  and  on  what  authority.  42.  If 
fixed,  what  they  are.  43.  Whether  the  original  dockages  taken  from  the  grain  are  returned  to  the  producer  or 
the  buyer  of  the  warehouse  receipt  covering  the  specific  parcel.  44.  If  not,  why  not.  45.  How  long  the  Govern- 
ment, through  the  Dep.artraent  of  Agriculture,  hp.s  handled  standard  stock  food  ex  terminalelevators.  46.  Whe- 
ther the  venture  has  been  profitable.  47.  Surplus  or  deficit  for  each  year.  4S.  Price  paid  to  the  terminal  eleva- 
tors for  the  standard  stock  food  b.asis  f  .o.b.  Fort  William .  49.  Price  received  by  the  Government  for  the  same 
food  on  the  same  basis.    Presented  May  27,  1920.    Mr.  Stevens Printed  for  sessional  papers  onli/. 

179.  M.-morandum  No.  6,  respecting  work  of  the  Department  of  Militia  and  Defence — European  War— from  November 

1,  191S,  to  October  31, 1919     Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Guthrie,  May  28. 1920 ' Not  printed. 

180.  Keturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  12th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing;— 1.  Whether  the  Govermnent  operations 

at  the  Dog  Fish  Reduction  Works  at  Clark's  Harbour,  Nova  Scotia,  have  been  discontinued.  2.  If  so,  what 
disposition  has  been  made  of  the  property.  3.  Total  Government  iHsbursements  including  the  original  c<»5t 
and  loss  in  operation.  4.  On  whose  report  or  recommendation  the  operation  was  abandoned.  5.  Recommen- 
dation of  the  authority  advising  abandonment.  6.  Whether  J,  B.  Fielding,  of  the  Honorary  Advisoo"  Council 
for  Scientific  and  Industrial  Research,  authorized  the  report  of  the  chairman  on  fish  waste  in  Canada  as  intimated 
on  page  53  ol  the  report  of  the  Administrative  Chairman  of  the  Honorary  Ad\'isory  Council  for  Scientific  and 
Industrial  Research  for  the  year  ending  March  31.  1919.  7.  Whether  Mr.  Fielding  reported  with  regard  to  the 
above-mentioned  plant  as  follows:  "At  Clark's  Harbour  I  inspected  the  Government  Dog  Fish  Reduction  plant, 
which  though  very  badly  cared  for  appeared  to  be  in  working  order,  and  well  worth,  in  my  opinion,  retaining 
for  the  purpose  of  the  manufacture  of  fertilizer,  though  quite  unsuitable  for  the  manufacture  of  food."  8.  Con- 
sideration given  by  the  Government  to  Mr.  Fielding's  report.    Presented  May  28,  1920.    Mr.  McCurdj-. 

Not  printed. 

181.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  1 2th  May.  1920,  for  a  return  showing  the  totid  amounts  paid  for  advertisements 

or  newspaper  articles  relating  to  voluntary-  enlistment  before  the  Military  Service  Act  of  1917  was  in  force:  (o)  to 
English  newspapers  in  Canada  and  United  Stales:  ib)  to  French  newspapers  in  Canada  and  I'nited  States;  (r)  to 
F.nglish  newspapers  in  the  province  of  Quebec;  (rf)  to  French  newspapers  in  the  province  of  Quebec.  Presented 
May  28.  1920.    Mr.  Archambault -  Not  printed. 

182.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  ttie  1 5th  March.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— How  many  of  the  22.954  temporary 

appointments  made  by  the  Board'of  Civil  Service  Commissioners  since  the  arnustice  are  at  present  on  t he  pay 
rolls  of  the  various  dep^irtments  of  the  Government.    Presented  May  28,  1920.    Mr.  Sinclair  (Ajitigonish.) 

Not  printed. 

183*  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  3rd  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Howmanygenorals  belonging  to  the 
permanent  force  have  had  to  give  up  their  rank  during  the  last  six  months.  2.  How  many  generals  have  been 
promoted  since  the  armistice,  and  the  names  of  those  who  are  still  in  the  ser^■icc.    3.  How  mnn>-  officers  have 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Contimied. 

been  promoted  brigadier  general  since  the  armistice,  their  names,  how  they  are  emplo>ed,  and  whether  it  is  the 
intention  to  retain  them  in  that  rank.  4.  How  many  officers  of  the  piermaDent  force  have  been  pensioned,  their 
names  and  the  amount  of  pension.    Presented  May  2S,  1920.    Mr.  Bureau  Xot  printed. 

184.  Finnl  report  of  the  work  of  Canadian  Munition  Resources  Commission,  from  November,  1915,  to  Afarch,  1919.  inclus- 

ive. Presented  by  Sir  Robert  Borden.  May  31,  1920 Not  printed. 

184n.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  1192,  dated  the  29th  May,  1920;  Dissolving  the  Canadian  Munitions  Resources  Com- 
mission.   Presented  by  Sir  Robert  Borden,  May  31.  1920 Xot  prir.ted. 

185.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  26th  April,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  between  the  Government 

or  any  member  thereof  and  the  Canadian  Press,  T.iiaited,  and  the  Canadian  Associated  Press,  with  regard  to 
theestablishment  of  an  Imperial  news  ser\ice.    Presented  May  31,  1920.    Mr.  Robb Xot  printnl. 

186.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  3rd  May,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  telegrams,  petitions  or  any  other 

documents  relative  to  the  appointment  of  the  Deputy  Postmaster  at  Edmonton,  Alberta.  Presented  May  31, 
1920.    Mr.  Mackie  (Edmonton. J A'oi  printed. 

187.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  31st  March,  1920.  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  letters,  telegrams,  reports  by 

detectives  and  others,  and  everj-  document  relating  to  the  theft  of  Fifty  Thousand  dollars  from  the  post  office 
in  the  City  of  Edmonton,  and  to  George  Armstrong,  Postmaster  of  the  said  post  office,  as  well  as  to  al!  employees 
in  the  said  post  office  so  far  as  all  these  mav  relate  to  the  theft  of  Fifty  Thousand  dollars.  Presented  Mav  31, 
1920.    Mr.  Mackie  (Edmonton.) Not  printed. 

188.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Names  and  respective  salaries  of 

the  employees  of  the  Parliamentary  Library.  2.  How  many  are  graduates  of  any  college  in  Arts  or  Library 
Science.  3.  Whether  it  is  the  intention  of  the  Government  to  make  any  more  appointments  to  the  said  IJbrary 
of  persons  who  have  not  taken  a  library  science  course  in  some  recognized  college.  Presented  May  31 ,  1920.  Mr. 
Wigmore Not  printed. 

183.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  17th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Whether  the  steamship  .l/ffa^/ojua 

sailed  from  Li\erpool  carrj-ing  soldiers  and  their  families  on  or  about  the  eighth  day  of  Febnian,-,  A.D.  1919. 
2.  Complaints  made  to  the  Militia  Department  or  any  other  department  of  the  Government  as  to  tlie  condition 
of  said  steamer  at  time  of  sailing  and  during  s:iid  voyage.  3.  Complaints  made  to  the  Government  or  any  depart- 
ment thereof  as  to  the  treatment  accorded  to  said  soldiers,  their  wives  or  families  during  said  voyage.  4.  Whe- 
ther a  delegation  from  the  City  of  St.  John  appeared  before  a  committee  of  the  Cabinet  on  or  about  the  27th  day 
of  February,  1919,  protesting  against  alleged  ill  treatment  of  said  soldiers  and  t  heir  families  during  the  said  voyage. 

5.  If  so,  who  comprised  said  delegation  and  what  members  of  the  Government  acted  on  said  Cabinet  committee. 

6.  Whether  the  Government  took  any  action  as  a  result  of  said  conference.  If  so,  what  action,  and  the  result 
of  same.  7.  Whether  said  delegation  filed  affidavits  or  solemn  declarations  of  passengers  as  to  the  condition  of 
the  steamer  and  treatment  accorded  said  passengers  during  said  voyage,  b.  If  so,  whether  the  Government 
held  an  investigation  concerning  said  complaints.  9.  Result  of  such  investigation.  Presented  June  2,  1020.  Mr. 
Copp ■ Not  printed. 

190.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Total  .imount  of  sick  mariners' 

dues  collected  from  shipping  entering  Canadian  ports  for  each  of  the  years  1912,  1913,  1914,  1915,  1916.  1917,  1918 
and  1919.  2.  Amount  expended  by  the  Government  in  assistance  to  sicK  or  distressed  mariners  (hiring  each 
of  said  years.  3.  Number  of  officials  of  ihe  Marine  Department  in  Ottawa  engaged  exclusively  on  dutie;^  con- 
nected witn  collection,  distribution  and  administration  of  sick  mariners'  dues.  4.  Number  of  offici;ils  of  Marine 
Department  transfe^l;^d  to  Health  Department  in  connection  with  sick  mariners'  dues.  Presented  June  2.  1920. 
Mr.  Stevens  Not  printed. 

191 .  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1920.  for  an  order  showing:—!.  Number  of  dismissals  of  Civil 

Servants  made  in  the  cities  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  since  the  1st  of  January,  1915.  2.  Number  of  appoint- 
ments which  have  taken  place  or  have  been  made  of  Civil  Servants  in  the  cities  of  the  Dominion  of  Canatla  since 
January,  1915.    Presented  Juno  2,  1920.    Mr.  Mackie  (Edmonton.). .   Xvt  printed. 

192*  Jteturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1920,  for  a  return  gi\"ing  a  list  of  the  lawyers  from  the  province 
of  Quebec  who  acted:  (a)  as  public  represpntatives;  'b}  military  representatives;  c)  in  the  office  of  the  registrars; 
and  id)  in  the  office  of  the  Central  Appeal  Judge,  during  the  administration  of  the  Military  .^rvice  Act,  showing 
the  amount  paid  to  each  of  the  said  lawyers.    Presented  June  4,  1920.    Mr.  Archambault Xot  printed. 

193.  Copies  of  Orders  in  Council,  P.C.  1022,  dated  8th  May,  1920,  P.C.  1065,  dated  15th  May,  1920.  and  P.C  1280.  dated 

4th  June.  1920,  covering  the  Cost  of  Living  Bonus  for  employees  in  the  Civil  Service  of  Canada  for  the  fiscal  year, 
1920-21.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell.  June?,  1920 Xot  printed 

194.  Copies  of  Orders  in  Council  in  respect  to  the  Federal  Housing  Scheme,  as  follows:— P.C.  639.  of  March  27,  1920, 

authorizing  an  increase  in  the  maximum  amounts  of  the  loans  which  may  be  granted  under  Clas.*.  lo)  of  the  Fedoral 
project.  P.C.  375,  of  February  20,  1919,  approving  the  General  Scheme  of  Housing  of  the  Province  of  Ontario. 
P.C.  2201 ,  of  October  30, 1919,  approving  certain  amendments  to  the  British  Columbia  Housing  Scheme,  approved 
on  May  I,  1919.  P.C.  907.  P.C.  lOOO.  of  May  19,  19211,  approving  certain  amendments  to  the  Gonor:d  Housing 
.Scheme  of  the  Province  of  Quebec.  P  0.  1233,  of  May  31,  1920,  approving  the  General  Scheme  uf  Hou^in^ 
of  the  Pro\nnce  of  Saskatchewnn.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Rowell.  June  7,  1920 Xot  printed. 

195.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou.so  of  the  5th  May,  1920,  for  the  production  of  copies  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  papors 

and  correspondence  exchanged  between  the  Department  of  .'Vgricultiire  and  others  in  reference  to  the  establishment 
of  a  Demonstration  Farm  at  Baie  St.  Paul,  in  the  County  of  Charlevoii.    Presented  June",  1920.    Mr.  Cas^rain. 

Xot  vrinttd. 

196.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  8th  .\pril,  1920.  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  What  is,  or  ha«  been,  th«  numerical 

strength  of  the  staff  of  the  Department  of  Public  Works,  by  districts,  throughout  the  Doniinion  of  Canada  since 
the  1st  of  January.  1915.  to  the  1st  of  January,  1920.  2.  The  names  of  the  employees.  3.  What  ?jdavy  is  paid, 
or  was,  to  each  employee  of  the  Department  during  this  period.  4.  Which  of  said  eniplo^ecs  could  iiave  l>een 
(iischarged  since  January.  1917.  5.  How  many  employees  in  each  district  can  now  be  dispensed  with.  fi.  The 
eirpenditure  in  each  of  said  difitricU  during  the  entire  period.    Presented  June  6,  1920.     Mr.  Mackie  (Edmontonl. 

Xot  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Co7itimied. 

196u  Siipplemontar\-  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  ol  the  Sth  April,  1920,  for  a  Rct-im  showing: — 1.  What  U,  or  has 
been,  the  numerical  strength  of  the  staff  of  the  Department  of  Public  Works,  hy  districts,  throughout  the 
Dominion  of  Canada  since  the  1st  of  January,  1915,  to  the  1st  of  January.  1920.  2.  The  names  of  the  employe^. 
-1.  What  salary  is  |>aid.  or  was.  to  each  employee  of  the  Department  during  this  period.  4.  Which  of  said 
employees  could  have  been  discharged  since  Januar.',  1917.  5.  How  many  employees  in  each  district  can  now 
be  dispensed  with.  fi.  The  expenditure  in  each  of  .said  districts  diiring  the  entire  period.  Presented  June  17, 
1920.     Mr.  Mackie  (Edmonton). ^'ot  pr'.nted. 

197.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  10th  March,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  documents,  petitions. 

reports,  received  by  the  Department  of_Railways  and  Canals  and  Can,^dian  National  Railways,  and  the 
correspondence  exchanged  between  this  Department  and  different  persons  and  public  bodies  in  reference  to  the 
curtailing  of  the  railway  service  along  the  new  line  of  The  Quebec  and  Saguenay  Railway  between  Quebec  and. 
Murray  Bay  since  the  1st  of  November.  1919-    Presented  June  8,  1920.    Mr,  CasgraiD     Not  printed. 

198.  Ketam  to  an  Orrler  of  the  House  of  the  7th  April,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  letters  and  telegrams  in 

connection  with  the  granting  of  an  allowance  by  the  Post  Office  Department  for  a  regular  postal  ferry  service 
by  motor  yacht  between  Ste.  Catherine  and  Ta^oussac.    Presented  June  S.  1920.    Mr.  Savard Not  printfn. 

199.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  March.  1920.  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  petitions,  telegr.ims  and  other 

documents  relating  to  the  retention  in  office,  as  a  Fisherj-  Overseer,  of  John  A.  Dillon,  of  Guysborough.  N.S. 
Presented  June  S,  1920.    Mr.  Sinclair  (.Vntigonish) Not  printed. 

200.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  I2th  April,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents,  letters,  telegrams  and  all  other 

papers  and  correspondence  exchanged  between  the  Govermnent  or  any  department  or  commission  thereof  and 
the  Govemnient  of  the  United  Stales,  the  State  of  New  York,  the  State  of  Vermont,  or  any  other  body,  and  a 
copy  of  an\'  evidence  given  before  anv  commission,  referring  to  seine  or  net  hsningin  Mississquoi  bay.  Presented 
June  8.  1920.    Mr.  Kay " Not  printed. 

201 .  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  May,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  amount  of  money  sjwnt  by  the  Dominion 

Government  since  Confederation  on  improvements  in  the  harbours  of  Halifax,  St.  John,  Quebec,  Montreal, 
Toronto,  Hamilton,  Port  Arthur,  Victoria  and  Vancouver.    Presented  June  S,  1920.    Mr.  Foster  (Vork). 

Not  printed. 

202.  Orders  of  the  Director  of  Coal  Operations — Nos.  1  to  U4,  inclusive.      Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Meighen,  June  8,  1920. 

Not  prin*cd. 

203.  Ri-turn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  22nd  March,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  automobiles  valued 

under  Sl.OOO  imported  into  Canada  in  each  of  the  years  1918  and  1919.  2.  Numijer  valued  at  between  SI  ,000  and 
S2,000.  3.  Number  at  a  greater  valuation  than  $2,000.  4.  Duty  collected  on  these  automobiles.  5.  The  duty 
collected  on  parts  of  automobiles  imported  during  the  years  191S  and  1919.  6.  On  what  number  of  automobiles 
valued  at  less  than  Sl.OOO  excise  duty  was  paid  in  the  years  1918  and  1919.  7.  On  what  number  of  automobiles 
valued  at  between  Sl.OC-O  and  S2,000  excise  duty  was  paid  in  the  same  years.  8.  On  what  number  of  automobiles 
valued  at  over  S2.000  exci.**  duty  was  paid  in  the  same  vears.  9.  The  amount  of  such  excise  duty.  Presented 
June  9,  1920.    Mr.  Ross * -Vo(  printed. 

204.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  5th  >{ay,  1920,  (or  a  copy  of  all  papers,  documents  and  letters  in  connection 

with  Dr.  Michel  Fiset.  of  Quebec  City,  appointment  by  Order  in  Council,  dated  18th  April.  1914,  as  parcel  post 
supervisorinQuebecCity,  withasalary  of  $2,S00ayear.    Presented  June  10. 1920.    Mr.Iavigueur     .Not  printed. 

205.  First  Annual  Report  of  the  Board  of  Commerce  of  Canada,  dated  31st  May,  1920:  and  also.— Copy  of  Order  in  C^^uncil, 

P.C.  ISM,  dated  1st  June,  1920,  submitting  the  above  Report  for  His  Excellency's  information.  Presented  by 
Sir  Robert  Borden.  June  10.  1920 Not  printed, 

206.  C'opy  of  Order  in  Council.  P.C.  2529,  dated  December  IS,  1919,  regarding  the  distribution  to  the  Pro'\'inoes  of  the 

sum  of  ■?2(K).000,  which  was  placed  at  the  disposal  of  ihe  Department  of  Health  for  combatting  venereal 
diseases.    Presented  by  Hon,  Mr.  Rowell,  Jnne  U.  1920 Nut  printed. 

207.  Copy  of  Agreemt^nt  between  the  Chief  and  Principal  men  of  the  Chippewas  of  Samia  Band  of  Indians  and  His  Majoty 

the  King  reg-irdiog  the  surrender  of  the  Sami.a  Indian  Reserve  to  the  Government  of  Canada,  dated  at  Samia, 
Ont.,  lOth  December,  !9I9.    Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Meighen,  June  14.  1920  Not  printed. 

208.  Iteliim  showing:— 1.  How  many  sittings  were  held  by  the  Railway  Commission  to  fix  compensation  for  damages 

caused  by  the  pa»*sing  of  the  Canadian  Northern  through  North  Bay.  2.  Who  presided  over  the  said  sittincs. 
3.  The  awards  made.  4.  To  whom  they  were  paid.  5.  The  total  cost  of  the  said  sittings.  6.  The  amount 
paid  for  counsel  fees.  7.  What  amount  was  paid  for  witnes.<M;5.  8.  To  whom  the  amounts  were  paid.  Presented 
June  16,  1920.    Mr.  McDomild - Not  prtntrd. 

208u.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  16tb  June,  1920,  for  a  Return  showii^: — 1 .  How  many  sittings 
were  held  by  the  Railway  Conimis.sion  to  fix  compensation  for  damages  caused  by  the  passing  of  the  Canadian 
Northern  thro'.igh  North  Bay.  2.  Who  presided  over  the  said  sittings.  3.  The  awards  made.  4.  To  whom 
they  werepaid.  -V  The  tot-alcost  of  the  said  sittings.  6.  The  amount  paid  for  pounsel  fees.  7.  What  amount 
was  paid  (or  witnesses.    8.  To  whom  the  amounts  were  paid.    Presented  June  21.  1920.     Mr.  .McDonald. 

Not  printed. 

209.  Kot'om  to.in  Order  ofthe  Hnuscof  2nd  June.  1920,  foracopy  of  all  papers,  documents,  telegrams  and  reports  concerning 

the  indemnity  paid  to  the  widow  and  children  of  J.  L.  .\.  Forbes,  killed  at  Aston  Junction,  the  llth  of  September, 
1918,  while  on  duty  as  brakeman  on  the  Government  railways.    Presented  June  i7.  1920.    Mr.  Bourassa. 

Not  printed. 

210.  Partial  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  Sth  May.  1920,  for  the  production  o(  copies  of  all  Rules  of  Court  made  by 

the  different  .Superior  Courts  of  Criminal  Jurisdiction  oi  Canada  according  to  the  provisions  o(  Section  5"6  of  the 
Criminal  Code.    Presented  June  17,  1920.    Mr.  Casgrain Not  printed. 

211.  Rftum  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  19th  Marcn,  1920.  for  a  copy  of  nil  correspondence  l>ctween  tne  Prime  Minister 

of  Canada  and  the  Prime  Minister  of  Great  Britain  under  authority  of  a  resolution  of  the  Imperial  War  Cabinet 
of  July  30,  191S.     Presented  June  17,  1920.     Mr.  Fielding Not  printed. 

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CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Continued. 

212.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  1361,  dated  16th  June,  1920,  accepting  the  resignation  of  Mr.  W.  F.  O'Connor,  as  a 
Commissioner  of  the  Board  of  Commerce  of  Canada;  and  also, — copy  of  letter  communicating  the  said  resigna- 
tion.   Presented  by  Sir  Robert  Borden,  June  17,  1920 Kol  printed. 

213*  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2Gth  May,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  petitions,  reports  and  other 
documents  regarding  the  establishment  of  rural  mail  routes  in  the  parishes  of  Champlain,  Batiscan  and  St.  Imc, 
in  the  County  of  Champlain,  Quebec.    Presented  June  18,  1920.    Mr.  Desaulniers Not  printed. 

214.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  19th  April.  1920,  for  a  Return  showinit:-—!.  Number  of  non-Canadian  born 
in  the  different  Departments  of  the  Government  where  the  services  of  Enaineers,  Architects,  Draughtsmen, 
etc.,  are  required.  2.  Number  of  non-Canadian  born  Engineers,  Architects,  Draughtsmen,  etc.,  who  have  been 
given  positions  within  the  last  five  jears  in  the  different  departments  of  the  Government.  3.  Number  of 
Canadian  bom  Engineers,  Architects,  Draughtsmen,  etc.,  who  have  obtained  similar  positions  within  the  last 
five  years.  4.  Whether  American  Engineers  were  given  preference  in  obtainins  such  positions  and  appointed 
over  the  heads  of  Canadian  born  Engineers,  Architects,  etc.    Presented  June  21,  1920.    .Mr.  Casgrain 

Not  printed. 

215*  Return  to  nn  Order  of  the  House  of  the  lOtli  May.  192n.  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Total  amount  of  drawback  for  the 
fiscal  year  ending  March  31, 1920,  paid  to  textile  manufacturers  on  (a)  raw  cotton,  and  (_hj  cotton  yams.  2.  Total 
amount  of  drawback  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March,  1920,  paid  to  textile  manufacturers  on  (o)  raw  wool,  and 

(&)  wollen  yarns.    Presented  June  21,  1920.    Mr.  Reid  (Mackenzie) Not  printed. 

t 

216.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council  number  1238,  passed  on  the  31st  day  of  May,  1920,  concerning  a  contract  entered  into  with 

Griffenhagen  and  associates  at  a  rate  of  $10,000  per  month.    Presented  June  21 ,  1920.    Mr.  Lemieux Not  printed. 

217.  Statement  showing  number  of  Employees  in  the  several  Departments  of  the  Public  Service  for  the  fiscal  year  ending 

March  31, 1921,  designated  in  accordance  with  the  new  Classi6cation  Schedules.  (Subject  to  possible  amendment 
in  some  instances  as  the  result  of  appeals  pending  but  not  yet  finally  disposed  of.)  Presented  by  Hon.  Mr.  Powell, 
June  23.  1920 Not  prinled. 

218.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  SIst  May,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  relating 

to  the  closing  of  the  life  saving  station  at  Richibucto  Beach,  in  the  county  of  Kent,  N.B.  Presented  June  24, 
1920.    Mr.  Leser Not  printed. 

219.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  15th  April.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  When  the  work  under  the  present 

scheme  of  development  of  Toronto  Harbour  was  commenced.  2.  Miles  of  docks  included  in  this  scheme  and  how 
much  of  this  work  hjis  been  completed.  3.  Depth  of  water  provided  by  this  scheme.  4.  Expenditure  by  the 
Dominion  Government  on  this  scheme  for  each  j'car  since  the  commencement  of  the  work.  5.  Number  of  ships 
and  tonnage  entereilandcleared  from  this  harbour  eacli  year  since  1912.  (i.  Amount  of  water  borne  freight  imported 
and  exported  to  and  from  this  harbour  since  19)2.  7.  What  reduction,  if  any.  in  freight  rates  on  goods  entering  and 
leaving  Toronto  by  rail  has  been  secured  by  reason  of  the  harbour  improvements  in  question.  S.  What  the 
extent  of  land  reclamation  is  in  connection  with  this  scheme.  9.  Who  the  owner  of  this  land  is  and  what  the 
policy  of  the  Government  is  relative  thereto.  10.  Depth  of  the  St.  Lawrence  canals  and  of  the  Welland  canal. 
Presented  June  24,  1920.    Mr.  Campbell Not  printid. 

220.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou.'ie  of  I2th  Alay,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  correspondence,  documents 

and  other  papers  exchanged  between  the  Dominion  Government,  or  any  official  thereof,  or  the  olficials  of  the 
Canadian  Government  Railways  and  the  Government  of  New  Brunswick,  or  any  official  of  the  said  Government, 
or  any  of  the  officials  of  the  St.  Jolin  and  Quebec  Railway  Company  with  regard  to  the  procuring  of  running 
rights  for  the  trains  of  the  St.  John  and  Quebec  Railway  over  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  between  Westheld 
Beach  and  St.  John.  Also  of  all  papers,  documents  antl  correspondence  exchanged  between  the  Dominion  Govern- 
ment or  any  official  thereof  or  any  officials  of  the  Canadian  Government  Riiilways  and  the  Canadian  Pacihc 
Railwav  Companv  or  anv  official  thereof,  regarding  the  securing  of  the  said  running  rights.  Presented  June  20, 
1920.    Mr.  Caldwell.. . .," Not  printed. 

221.  Ucf'jmtoanOrderof  the  House  of  the  20th  May,  1920,  foracopy  of  all  telegrams,  letters  and  other  documents  relating 

to  the  closing  of  the  I  ife  Sa\'ing  Station  at  Cheticamp,  Inverness  County,  N.S.  Presented  June  26.  1920.  Mr. 
Cliisholm Not  printed. 

222.  Ueportofthe  Administrative  Chairman  of  theHonourary  Advisory  Council  for  Scientific  and  Industrial  Research 

of  Canada,  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1920.  Presented  by  Sir  George  Foster,  June  26,  1920 Not  printed. 

223.  Ordinances  of  the  Yukon  Territory,  passed  by  the  Yukon  Council  in  the  year  1920.    The  Senate  Not  printed. 

224.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  23rd  June,  1920,  for  a  copy  of  letters,  telegrams,  petitions   and  documents  of 

all  kinds  which  passed  between  the  Department  of  Public  Works  and  any  person  during  the  years  191S  1919, 
1920,  in  any  way  referring  to  improvements  made  on  Grand  Etang  Harbour,  N.S.  Presented  June  30, 1920.  Mr. 
Chisholm Not  printed, 

225.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Hou<>e  of  the  28th  April,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number  of  private,  assistant 

private,  joint  and  associate  secretaries  appointed  to  members  of  the  Cabinet,  Chairman  or  Members  of  Com- 
mission .since  1911.  and  how  mucb  money  has  been  piiid  to  each  of  them  respectively.  2.  Number  of  private, 
assistant  private,  joint  and  associate  secretaries  each  of  the  Members  of  the  Cabinet  actuall.\'  have.  3.  Their 
names  and  respective  salaries.  4.  Number  of  employees  in  the  office  of  each  member  of  the  Cabinet,  their  names 
and  respective  salaries.    Presented  June  30, 1920.    Mr.  Deehone Not  frinted. 

226.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  7th  June,  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  amounts  paid  to  the  followingnewspapers 

during  the  fiscal  years  1919  and  1920  respectively  for  (a)  advertising,  (/»)  printing:  A/on/rcoiGojcWe  and  The  Gazette 
Printing  Company,  M"ntrial  Daily  Star.  Thr  Globe,  The  Mail  and  ICrnpirr,  Toronto.  Thf  Tciegram,  Toronto,  I'he 
Star,  Toronto,  I'fte  Journal  and  2'Ae  Journal  Fress.  Ottawa,  The  Citizen,  Ottawa.  Presented  June  30.  1920.  Mr. 
Cowan Not  priHt<d. 

227.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  8th  October,  1919,  for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  petitions,  memorials 

orotherpapers  or  documents  received  bj'  the  RiRht  Honourable  the  Prime  .MiniEttororany  member  of  the  Govern- 
ment during  the  year  1919  relating  to  the  appointment  ol  a  Lieutenant-Governor  for  Prince  Edward  Island  and 
the  replies  thereto     Presented  June  30.  1920.    Mr.  Sinclair  (,.\ntisonish). 

22 


10-11  George  V  List  of  Sessional  Papers  A.  1020 


CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  10— Conchided. 

228.  Heturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  2Gth  May.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Who  are  or  who  were  the  men 

engaged  by  the  Ci\'il  Service  Commission  to  re-classify  the  Civil  Service  at  Ottawa.  2.  When  thej-  were  employ- 
ed and  at  what  rate  of  wages.  3.  Whether  they  are  still  in  the  service  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  or  are 
any  of  them  in  said  service.  4.  How  much  was  paid  to  each  of  such  assistants  from  date  ot  engagement  up  to 
the  end  of  April,  1920.  5  Total  amount  paid  to  the  men  so  encaged  from  the  date  of  the  engagement  to  the  end 
of  April  1920.    Presented  June  30, 1920.    Mr.  McKenzie Not  printed. 

229.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  20th  September.  1919.  for  a  Return  showing  the  eost  of  the  Military-  Hospital 

at  Saint  Anne  de  Bellevue;  the  number  of  patient^  received  and  treated  therein,  to  date;  expenses  to  date  for 
maintenance  as  to,  (a)  coal;  (6)  wood;  (c)  electricity;  (d)  food:  (e)  lingerie;  (/)  remedies;  (fj)  social  events  and 
recreations;  the  cost  of  theatre  installed  in  hospitiii;  names  of  physicians,  officers,  nurses  and  privates  of  the 
general  ser\nce3,  showing  those  who  went  to  the  front,  and  those  who  did  not;  their  nationality  and  religion; 
salaries  paid  to  each  of  the  said  persons;  and  the  names  and  salaries  of  the  chaplains  attached  to  the  hospital. 
Presented  June  30, 1920.    Mr.  Archambault Not  printed. 

230.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  14th  June.  1920,  for  a  Return  showing  the  names  of  the  societies  which  have 

tiled  copies  of  policies  complying  with  the  pro\-iRions  of  the  Insurance  Act,  1910,  Geo.  V,  Chap.  157,  Section  115; 
the  names  of  tne  societies  which  have  neglected  to  file  copies  of  policies  a.s  req'iired  by  said  Act,  and  to  whom 
licenses  have  been  issued  for  the  current  year;  and  names  of  any  societies  from  whom  IiceQ.°es  have  been  withheld. 
Presented  June  30,  1920.    Mr.  Archambault Not  printed'. 

231 .  Halifax  Graving  Dock,  re  expropriation  of.    The  Senate Not  printed. 


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10  GEORGE  V  ~  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2  A.  1920 


CANADA 


PUBLIC    ACCOUNTS 


FISCAL  YEAR  ENDED  MARCH  31, 


1919 


V.ilSTED  BY  ORDER  OF  PARLIAMEHI 


OTTAWA 

J.  DE  LABROQUERIE  TACHfi 

PRINTER  TO  THE  KING'S  MOST  EXCELLENT  MAJESTY 

1919 
{No.  2—1920] 


10  GEORGE  V  -  -       SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2        '  A.   1920 


To  His  Excellency  the  Duke  of  Devonshire,  K.G.,  P.C.,  G.C.M.G.,  G.C.Y.O., 
etc.,  etc.,  Governor  General  and  Commander  in  Chief  of  the  Dominion  of 
Canada. 


May  it  Please  Your  Excellency, — 

The  undersigned  has  the  honour  to  present  to  Your  Excellency  the  Public 
Accounts  of  Canada  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1919. 

All  of  which  is  respectfully  submitted. 

H.  L.  DRAYTON, 
Minister  of  Finance. 
Ottawa,  1919. 


^ A  2 


10  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL   PAPER   \o.  2  A.  1920 


TABLE  OF  CONTENTS 

Page. 

Report  of  the  Deputy  Mikister  of  Finance a 

Ordinarj'  Receipts  and  Payments ix 

Capital  and  Special  Expenditures ix 

Savings  Banks x 

Investments x 

Debt xi 

Loans ; xii 

War  account  expenditures  by  Departments xiv 

"                    "           by  Militia  Department xv 

Railway  Securities  guaranteed  by  the  Dominion xvi 

Dominion  Xotes xyii 

Statement  of  Account. — Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Company xxiv 

■'                 "            Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company xx\^ 

"                 "            Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway  Company xxvii 

"                 "            Canadian  Northern  Alberta  Railway  Company xxvii 

"                 "            Decayed  Pilots  Funds xxix 

Number  of  officials,  etc.,  under  Superannuation  and  Retirement  Acts xxx 

Dominion  Note  Circulation — 

Dominion  Notes  issued  and  redeemed  and  in  circulation xix 

"            issued  to  Assistant  Receiver  General xi 

"            withdrawn  from  circulation  and  destroyed x\'ii 

"            circulation  from  March  31,  1S82,  to  March  31,  1919 xviii 

Canadian  Gold  Coin  issued  by  the  Mint  to  March  31,  1919 xxi 

Silver  and  bronze  coinages  for  Canada  from  1858  to  1919 xxii 

Deportation  of  American  Coinage  from  April  1,  1910  to  March  31,  1919 xxiii 

Silver  recoinage  statement xix 

Copper  recoinage  statement xix 

Balance  Sheet  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31, 1919 2 

Receipts  and  Payments 10 

Consolidated  Fund  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1919 18 

Cash  .\ccount 19 

Funded  Debt,  payable  in  London 20 

Canada 23 

Sinking  Fund 22 

Loans  authorized  and  redeemed 22 

Table       I.— Debt  of  Canada  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 26 

II. — Receipts  and  Expenditures  of  Canada 28 

III. — Summary  of  the  Liabilities 30 

IV.—        "               Assets 32 

V. — Detailed  Liabilities  of  Canada 33 

VI. —       "         .\ssets  of  Canada 43 

VII. — Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund 64 

VIII.— Expenditure 72 

IX.— Debt  of  Canada  payable  in  London  from  1867  to  1919,  according  to  the  rate  of  interest 

it  bears 81 

X.— Liabilities  and  assets  of  Canada  from  July  1,  1868,  to  March  31,  1919,  according  to  the 

rate  of  interest  they  bear 83 

Capital  Expenditure 90 

Increase  and  decrease  of  debt  from  1867  to  1919 92 

Savings  Bank,  Post  Office 96 

"             Nova  Scotia 98 

"            New  Brunswick 98 

Manitoba 98 

"            British  Columbia 98 

"            Prince  Edward  Island 98 

Recapitulation,  1868  to  1919 99 

Comparative  Statement  of  Finance  Department 100 

Issue  and  redemption  of  Dominion  notes 101 

Railway  Subsidies 102 


10  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  2  A.    1920 


SUBSIDIARY  STATEMENTS 


Revenue  Statements 

Page. 

Comparative  Statement  of  Revenue  by  Services  for  19I7-1S  and  1918-19 US 

Customs  Revenue 126 

Fines  and  Forfeitures,  including  Seizures 13-t 

Premiums,  Discount  and  Exchange  Revenue 136 

Interest  on  Investments 13* 

Casual  Revenue 1|'. 

Superannuation a 14B 

ExPENDiTORS  Statements 

Interest  on  Public  Debt 1  jO 

Sinking  Fund 15? 

Charges  of  Management 1^' 

Redemption  of  Public  Debt IfjO 

Premium  Discount  and  Exchange Ij;! 

Superannuation J^- 

Expenditure  by  Services 18L 

Canadian  Government  Railways 2U4 

St.  John  &  Quebec  Railway 206 

Indian  Fund 20i^ 

Province  of  Ontario  Debt  Account 2(te 

Quebec  Debt  Account 20* 

Nova  Scotia  Debt  Account 208 

"              Suspense  Account 208 

New  Brunswick  Debt  Account 209 

Prince  Edward  Island  Debt  Account 209 

"                      Land  Account 209 

British  Columbia  Debt  Account 209 

Manitoba  Debt  Account 209 

Provincial  Subsidy  Account 210 


PUBLIC  ACVOVyTS  IX. 

SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 


Finance  Department, 
Ottawa. 


The  Hon.  Sir  Henry  Drayton,  K.C.K.B. 
Minister  of  Finance,  Ottawa. 


Sir. — I  have  the  honour  to  submit  to  you  the  Public  Accounts  of  Canada 
for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1919. 


ORDINARY   RECEIPTS   AND   PAYMENTS. 

The  receipts  on  account  of  Consolidated  Fund  for  the  year  amounted  to 
S312,946, 747.18;  and  the  expenditure  on  the  same  account  to  $232,731,282.98; 
showing  a  surplus  of  ordinary  receipts  over  ordinary  expenditure  of  $80,215,464.20. 


CAPITAL  AND   SPECIAL  EXPENDITURES. 

In  addition  to  the  Consolidated  Fund  expenditure,  the  following  outlays  were 
made  and  charged  to  Capital: — 

Railways — 

Canadian  Government  Railways n $14,827,757  84 

Hudson  Bay  Railway .' 562,557  80 

National  Transcontinental  Railway. 1,066,876  99 

Total  Railways 16, 457 ,  192  63 

Quebec  Bridge 656 ,  761  79 

17,113,954  42 


Canals — 

Rideau  Canal S  8,000  00 

Trent  Canal 380,059  52 

Welland  Ship  Canal 1,823,904  56 

Total  Canals -S  2,211,964  08 

Total  Railways  and  Canals $19,325,918  50 


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Public  Works — 

Government  Buildings,  Ottawa S  3,260,485  60 

Port  Arthur  and  Fort  William  Harbours 191,873  49 

Quebec  Harbour 842,559  49 

River  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Channel 542,774  29 

St.  John  Harbour  Improvements 266,725  98 

Toronto  Harbour  Improvements 324,872  63 

Vancouver  Harbour  Improvements 149,783  22 

Victoria  Harbour,  British  Columbia 129,226  33 

S  5,708,301  03 
Less  Refund  Red  River  Manitoba 2,953  23 

5,705,347  80 

Total  Capital  Expenditure 25,031,266  30 


Railway  Subsidies  to  the  amount  of  §43,805.32  were  paid  on  account  of 
the  following; — 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway S         17,909  32 

Canadian  Northern  Alberta  Railway 25,896  00 

BOL'NTIES. 

The  sum  of  8270,802.48  was  paid  as  bounties  on  account  of  the  following, 
and  forms  a  part  of  Consohdated  Fund  expenditure, — 

Crude  Petroleum S       162,187  24 

Lead 51  92 

Zinc ; 108,563  32 


SAVINGS  BANKS. 

At  the  close  of  the  fiscal  year,  the  balance  at  the  credit  of  the  depositors 
in  the  Post  Office  and  Govetument  Savings  Banks  amounted  to  §53,057,018.22, 
a  decrease  of  S303,072.52  as  compared  with  the  balance  held  on  March  31,  1918. 
The  withdrawals  during  the  year  exceeded  the  deposits  by  81,952,680.59,  while 
81,649,608.07  was  added  for  interest  accrued,  making  a  net  decrease  of 
8303,072.52. 

INVESTMENTS. 

Investments  on  account  of  the  Sinking  Funds  of  the  various  loans  were 
made  during  the  vear  to  the  amount  of  81,448,495.35.  The  total  investments 
for  Sinking  Funds,  increased  from  $17,216,180.41  on  March  31,  1918,  to 
818,664,675.76  on  March  31.  1919. 

Advances  were  made  under  statute  to  the  Montreal  Harbour  Commissioners 
and  to  the  Quebec  Harbour  Commissioners  amounting  to  -5786,000. 

Montreal  Harbour  Commissioners $       505,000  00 

Quebec  Harbour  Commissioners 281 ,000  00 


PUBLIC  ACCOIXTS  XI 

SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

Under  authority  of  o  Geo.  V.  cap.  3,  "The  Finance  Act,  1914"  .subsection 
(a)  section  4,  advances  during  tiie  year  were  made  in  the  form  of  issues  of 
Dominion  notes  to  various  banks  to  the  amount  of  $193,245,500,  to  which 
should  be  added  a  debit  balance  of  826,665,000  at  the  beginning  of  the  vear 
making  a  total  of  S219,910,500.  Of  this  amount  $150,282,500  was  repaid, 
leaving  an  outstanding  balance  of  $69,628,000  on  INIarch  31,  1919. 

Advances  have  been  made  to  the  following  Railways: — 

Canadian  Northern  Railway $       541 ,  641  75 

Under  authority  of  sec.  29,  chap.  20,  Act 
1914. 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway 599,024  92 

Under  authority  of  sec.  10,  cap.  6,  Acts 
1911. 

Canadian  Northern  Railway 25,000,000  00 

Under   authorit.y   of   Appropriation   Act 
No.  1,  1918. 

Canadian  Northern  Railway 15,681,021  03 

Under  authority  of  the     War  Pleasures 
Act. 

Canadian  Northern  Railway 9,733,333  24 

Under  authority  seo.   4,  ss.  3,  cap.   24, 
Acts  1917.  ' 

Grand  Trunk  Railway  Account 593,733  33 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway 7,471 ,399  93 

Under   authority  of  Appropriation  Act, 
1918. 
Grand  Trunk   Pacific   Railway   (Guaranteed 

Interest  Account) 5,616  37 

Under  authority  of  Acts  1905  and  Acts  1914. 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway 500,000  GO 

Under    authority    O.C.    March  26,  1919, 
P.C.  635. 
Advances  were  made  to  the  following  Provinces: — 

Province  of  Manitoba 500,000  00 

Under  authority  of  O.C.   1810,  July   19, 
1918. 

Province  of  Saskatchewah 900,000  00 

Under  authority  of   O.C.  1810,    July    19, 
1918. 

DEBT. 

The  net  debt  of  the  Dominion  at  the  close  of  the  fiscal  year  was 
$1,574,531,032.44  or  an  increase  of  $382,646,969.94  over  the  debt  as  it  stood 
on  March  31,  1918. 

The  increase  is  accounted  for  as  follows: — 

Capital  Expenditure: — 

Public  Works $  5,705,347  80 

Railways  and  Canals 19,325,918  50 

— $25,031,266  30 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Special  Expenditures: — 

Railway  Subsidies $         43,805  32 

Sundry  transfers  to  Consolidated  Fund: — 

Railway  Grade  Crossing  Fund 200,000  00 

Balances    written    off    books    of    Inter- 
colonial Railway 692  22 

War 446,519,439  48  $446,763,937  02 

$471,795,203  32 

Less  Sinking  Fund $  1,448,495  35 

Surplus  of  Consolidated  Fund  Receipts 

over  Consolidated  Fund  Expenditures  80 ,  215 ,  464  20 
Charges  of  Management  Loan  Acct 7 ,  484 ,  273  83     $89 ,  148 ,  233  38 

Increase  of  net  debt $382,646,969  94 

LOANS. 

During  the  year  advances  by  way  of  temporary  loans  amounting  to 
£44,000,000  or  $214,133,333.31  were  made  to  the  Dominion  by  the  Imperial 
Government.  The  balance  brought  forward  from  ^larch  31,  1918,  amounting 
to  £1,679,204-19-7  or  $8,172,130.72  was  by  agreement  written  off  against 
advances  made  in  Canada  by  the  Dominion  to  the  Imperial  Government. 

Advances  to  the  Imperial  Government  by  the  Dominion  Government  out- 
standing on  March  31,  1919  are  as  follows: — • 

Agriculture  Dept.,  Hay,  Oats,  Flour S  15,342,064  90 

Admiralty  Accounts — Militia  Dept 2, 253  95 

Cereal  Crop 68,500,000  00 

Dairy  Produce  Commission 34,759,531  57 

Finance  Dept.     Special  Account 19,466  66 

Food  Stuffs 18,500,000  00 

Marine  Dept. — Requisitioning  Boats 614,767  64 

:klilitia  Dept.— Fish 246,614  98 

Imperial  Munitions  Board 315,207,458  20 

Munition  Workers  Separation  Allowance. . .  54,868  14 

Interest  Account 5,500,000  00 

Railways  and  Canals — Rail  Account 4,175,013  76 

Royal  Air  Force— Militia  Dept 1 ,456,882  82 

Royal  Mint— Addition 39,369  52 

Russian  Clothing  Account 1 ,229,544  97 

Salmon  Pack. 8,811,277  69 

Serbian  Account—  (.RecruitsMilitia  Dept.)  271,285  81 

Paper  Account — Trade  and  Commerce 7 ,  492  70 


Advances  outstanding  by  Imperial  Government. $  474,737,893  31 

Less — Amount  written  off  by 
agreement  from  advances  in 
London    to    Canada $  8,172,130  72 

Sale  of  Imperial  Government  prop- 
erty at  Halifax  to  Railways 
and  Canals  Dept.  for  Ocean 
Terminals 209.985  00 

Bullion  Special  Account 13,063  12 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 


Credit  Account 830,581,250  00 

Flaxseed  Account — Agriculture.  .  .  125,695  88 

Proceeds  for  sale  of  horses  in  France 

by  Militia  Dept 12,249  64 

Advances  bv  Imperial  Govern- 
ment in  London 214,133,333  31     S  253,247,707  67 

Amount  due  the    Dominion   by 

th^  Imperial  Government.". S  221,490,185  64 


During  the  year  a  further  amount  of  5  per  cent  Debenture  Stock  was  issued 
to  the  extent  of  82,983,500.  This  sum  with  the  balance  of  Stock  outstanding 
on  March  31.  1918,  §14,281,000  made  a  total  of  818,264,500.  Of  this  amount 
8100,000.  was  converted  into  5|  per  cent  Debenture  Stock  leaving  a  balance 
outstanding  on  March  31,  1919.  of  818.164,500,  82.335,000  of  this  amount  has 
been  converted  into  Victory  Loan  1918. 

Under  authority  of  Order-in-Council  dated  June  6,  1918,  5§  per  cent.Deben- 
ture  Stock  wa5  oiJered  for  sale.     During  the  year  the  following  were  issued — 

Due  June  1,  1919 8     11,454,550  00 

1,  1920 929,250  00 

1,  1921 1,222,550  00 


S     13,606,350  00 


Of  this  811,104,650  has  been  converted  into  Victory  Loan  1918.  The  flotation 
charges  of  the  above  Stock  amounted  to  813,128.33. 

f  The  total  .sale  of  AVar  Savings  Certificates  to  March  31,  1919,  amounted 
to  813,411,115.20  and  redemptions  to  81,806,621.70.  During  the  fiscal  year  1918- 
19  8647,661.70  was  received  on  this  account  which  with  a  redemption  during  the 
the  same  period  of  81.105,936.90  reduced  the  amount  of  §12,062,768.70  held  on 
]\Iarch  31,  1918,  to  811,604,493.50  on  INIarch  31,  1919.  By  Order-in-Council 
P.C.  No.  3041  the  sale  of  these  Certificates  was  discontinued.  The  flotation 
charges  on  the  above  amounted  to  891,225.46.  The  large  amount  of  redemptions 
during  the  year  was  no  doubt  owing  to  withdrawals  for  investment  in  the  1918 
Victory  Loan  at  a  higher  rate  of  interest. 

Under  authority  of  Order-in-Council  dated  October  4,  1918,  P.C.  2462  War 
Savings  and  Thrift  Stamps  were  offered  for  sale.  81,640,166.28  were  sold  and 
8116,132.40  redeemed  leaving  a  balance  outstanding  on  March  31,  1919,  of 
$1,524,033.88.  These  stamps  are  due- January  1,  1924.  The  cost  of  flotation 
on  the  above  amounted  to  8231,313.21. 

Under  the  pro\'isions  of  the  "War  Appropriation  Act,  1918''  authoritv  was 
given  by  Order-in-Council  dated  the  23rd  September,  1918,  P.C.  No.  2354  for 
the  raising  of  a  Fifth  War  Loan  of  55  per  cent  Bonds  issued  at  par  and  maturing 
as  follows: 

5  year  bonds  due  November  1,  1923. 
15  "  "  1,  1933. 

Bonds  of  the  various  maturities  of  this  issue  will  in  the  event  of  future 
issues  of  like  maturity  or  longer,  made  by  the  Government,  other  than  issues 
made  aljroad,  be  accepted  at  par  and  accrued  interest  a-s  the  equivalent  of  cash 
for  the  purpose  of  subscription  to  such  issues. 

The  prospectus  of  this  loan  was  issued  on  October  28.  1918.  According 
to  the  books  of  the  Department  the  subscriptions  reached  8698,800,000  including 
conversions  of  866.261,166.66.  This  total  subscription  was  oit  down  on  allot- 
ment by  824,271,800  leaving  a  total  issue  of  over  8674,000,000.  The  number 
of  subscribers  wa-s  1,139,247. 


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te:\iporary  loans. 

Temporary  loans  during  the  year  were  made  from  the  chartered  Banks  in 
Canada  and  others  by  the  issue  of  Treasury  Bills  amounting  to  §214,121.250. 
To  this  amount  should  be  added  .S75,110,000  outstanding  on  March  31.  1918, 
making  a  total  of  §289,231,250  of  which  .§215,411.250  has  been  repaid,  leaving 
outstanding  on  the  31st  March,  1919,  an  amount  of  §73,820,000. 

WAR. 

The  expenditure  on  War  Account  to  the  31st  March,  1919,  amounted  to 
$446,519,439.48.  This  amount  was  disbursed  by  the  various  departments  and 
commissions  as  follows: — 

Agriculture S  478,951  09 

Auditor  General 61 ,  855  66 

Board  of  Pension  Commissioners 76,048  40 

Canada  Food  Board 527 ,  650  33 

Canada  Registration  Board 655,594  89 

Canadian  Munition  Resources  Commission 57, 195  94 

Canadian  Trade  Commission 12,044  01 

Civil  Service  Commission 3,579  55 

Commission  of  Conservation 3,035  00 

Customs 445,030  96 

Dominion  Police 400.804  61 

External  Affairs 244,543  61 

Financje , 128.081  36 

Governor  General's  Secretarv 9,353  61 

Halifax  Rehef  Commission. ." 7 ,000,000  00 

Housing  Committee 1 ,  735  26 

Immigration  and  Colonization 179,165  17 

Indian  Affairs 283.272  56 

Inland. Revenue ' 48,910  97 

Insurance  Department 3 ,444  03 

Interior 279,447  31 

Justice 3,372,651.  78 

Labour 87,787  94 

Legislation 13 ,  517  33 

Marine : 19,603,994  36 

Militia  and  Defence 377,120,137  56 

Mines 30,776  85 

Mounted  Police 15,600  .57 

National  Service  Commission 117  97 

Naval  Service 11 ,298,999  40 

News  Print  Commission 55,026  02 

Penitentiaries 165  OS 

Privy  Council 14 ,  066  64 

Power  Control  Committee 1 .  753  47 

Paper  Control  Tribunal 3,071  76 

Public  Archives 21 ,704  36 

Public  Information 82,251   16 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery 133,256  46 

Public  Works - 9,021,974  93 

Post  Office 813,484  54 


PUBLIC  ACCOVSTfi  xv 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 


Railways  and  Canals $  625 ,  523  19 

Reconstruction  at  Halifax 335,384  68 

Repatriation  and  Employment  Committee 129, -407  87 

Reconstruction  and  Development  Commission 9,796  75 

Secretary  of  State 72,052  85 

Soldiers  Civil  Re-Establishment 11 ,  831 ,  232  85 

Soldiers  Settlement  Board 3 ,800  48 

Sub-Committee  of  Labour  (Privy  Council) 3,773  70 

Trade  and  Commerce 359 ,  487  64 

Trade  and  Commerce  (Purchase  of  Pig  Iron) 489 ,  787  78 

War  Committee 3,439  13 

War  Purchasing  Commission .  65,670  06 


S  446,519,439  48 


DETAILS    OF    WAR    EXPENDITURE    BY    MILITIA    DEPARTMENT. 

From  1st  April,  1918,  to  31st  March,   1919. 

Pay,    Allowance,   and   Subsistence    (including  Assigned   Pay 

and  Separation  Allowance) $  249,443,479*79 

Civil  Labour  (including  pay  of  Clerks) 4,960,347  35 

Rent,  Water,  Fuel  and  Light— housing  troops 2,409,390  30 

Maintenance  of  troops  in  France 68, 133 ,333  33 

Furniture,  bedding,  utensils  and  miscellaneous  stores 9,003,143  86 

Engineer  services  and  works 1 , 702, 729  01 

Travelling  and  transport— sea 1 ,680,809  55 

land 7,054,947  31 

Forage  and  stabling 623 ,044  38 

Shoeing  horses 1 ,  274  15 

Saddlery  and  horse  equipment 77,280  01 

Clothing  (except  boots) 7,656,363  14 

Boots  and  repairs  to  boots 3,616,584  24 

Plain  clothes — discharged  soldiers 8,725  75 

Necessaries  (kit  bags,  towels,  brushes,  razors,  soap,  etc.). .  . .  1.540,013  78 

Washing  and  cleaning  clothing 35,465  15 

Motor  trucks,  ambulance  and  other  vehicles 1,213,497  34 

Small  arms  and  ammunition _^  1 ,  744 ,  404  84 

Outfit  allowances — officers,  warrant  officers  and  nurses 2,079,845  15 

Accoutrements-Oliver  equipment,  cartridge  belts,  rifle  slings, 

etc 104,536  39 

Binoculars,  telescopes,  heliographs,  prismatic  compasses,  etc.  1,293  72 

Drugs,  etc.,  and  surgical  instruments 756,417  61 

Conservancy  and  contingencies 257,902  38 

Pay  and  expenses  of  censors 92, 118  65 

Recruiting  expenses   (medical  examination,  attestation  and 

advertising) 1 ,  926  20 

Telegrams,  cables,  telephone  messages  and  postage 672,957  15 

Printing  and  stationery 866,272  32 

Compensation  for  personal  injuries  and  damages  to  buildings, 

etc 41 ,  710  50 

Dominion  arsenal 810,091   13 

Lind.say  arsenal — supplies 659,977  05 

"             construction 2,346  66 


XVi  DEPAEIilEyr  OF  FiyAXCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Funeral  expenses S  77 ,  794  16 

Customs  due 121,938  59 

British  recruiting  Mission,  U.6.A 1 ,432,673  73 

War  Service  Gratuities 9 ,  512 ,  540  66 

Dominion  Rifle  Factorj- 82,531  91 

S  378,479,707  24 

Lkss — Purchase  of  remounts,  expenses  of  pur- 
chasers, etc S  14,230  34 

Borden  Camp— land 1 ,  600  00 

British  and  Foreign  Governments 948,854  24 

Ross  Rifle  Co.— Expropriation 394,885  10     S       1 ,359,569  68 

s  377,120,137  56 


GUARANTEED  SECURITIES. 

The  list  of  securities  guaranteed  by  the  Dominion  is  as  follows: — 

1.  The  Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company,  Cap.  7,  Edward  VII  (1903). 

The  guarantee  is  for  the  principal  of  £1,923,287  sterling,  and  interest 
thereon  at  the  rate  of  3  per  cent  per  annum  for  fifty  years: — 

2.  The  Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company,  Cap.  11,  7-8  Edward  VII 
(1908). 

The  guarantee  is  for  the  principal  of  £1,622,586,  19s.  9d.  sterling 
debenture  stock  and  interest  thereon  at  the  rate  of  3^  per  cent  per  annum 
for  fifty  years  from  July  20.  1908.  interest  payable  half  yearly. 

3.  The  Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway  Company,   Chapter  6,   1-2 
George  V  (1911). 

The  guarantee  is  for  the  principal  of  £7,350,000  sterhng  debenture 
«tock  and  interest  thereon  at  the  rate  of  3J  per  cent  per  annum  for  fifty 
years  from  May  19,  1911,  intere.st  payable  half  yearly. 

4.  The  Canadian  Northern  Alberta  Railway  Company,  Chapter    6,    9-10, 
Edward  VII  (1910)  as  amended  by  Chapter  8,  2  George  V  (1912). 

The  guarantee  is  for  the  principal  of  £647,260,  5s,  6d.  sterling  deben- 
ture stock  and  interest  thereon  at  the  rate  of  Sh  per  cent  per  annum  for 
fifty  years  from  May  4,  1910,  interest  payable  half  yearly. 

5.  The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Company,  Chapter  98.  Acts  of  1905. 

The  guarantee  is  for  3  per  cent  bonds  of  the  Railway  Company  to  an 
amount  equal  to  75  per  cent  of  the  co.st  of  construction  of  the  Western 
Division  of  the  National  Transcontinental  Railway  but  not  exceeding 
$13,000  per  mile  in  respect  of  the  Prairie  Section  of  the  said  railway 
The  amount  of  bonds  issued  and  guaranteed  is  £7,200,000.  of  which 
£3,200,000  were  issued  in  1905,  £2,000,000  in  1909,  and  £2,000,000  in  1910. 


PUBLIC  ACXVIXTS'  xvii 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 


The  balance,  £6.800,000.  of  the  issue  of  £14,000,000  authorized  by  the 
above  Acts  to  be  guaranteed  bv  the  Dominion,  has  been  purchased  under 
authority  of  Chapter  24,  3-4  George  V  (1913)  "The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific 
Railway  Bond  Purchase  Act." 

The  purchases  by  fiscal  years  were: — 

During  fiscal  vear  1912-13. £  2.287.700 

"      1913-14 2,64.5,000 

"      1914-15..... 1,867,300 

£    6,800,000 

6.  The  Canadian  Northern  Alberta  Railway  Company,  Chapter  7,  2  George 

V  (1912). 

The  guarantee  is  for  the  principal  of  £733,561  12s.  lOd.  sterhng 
debenture  stock  and  interest  thereon  at  the  rate  of  3i  per  cent  per  annum  for 
fift}-  years,  from  April  1,  1912,  interest  payable  half  yearly. 

7.  By  "The  Canadian  Northern  Railway  Guarantee  Act.   1914." 

Authority  is  giyen  the  Dominion  to  guarantee  the  securities  of  the 
CanadianNorthern  Railway  Company  to  anamount  not  exceeding.S45, 000,000 
together  with  interest  thereon  at  the  rate  of  4  per  cent  per  annum. 
£3,500,000  of  these  securities  have  been  sold  and  a  portion  of  the  remainder 
has  been  pledged  for  the  purpose  set  out  in  the  Act. 

8.  By  "The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Guarantee  Act,  1914." 

Authority  is  given  the  Dominion  to  guarantee  the  securities  of  the 
Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Company  to  an  amount  not  exceeding 
816,000,000  together  with  interest  thereon  at  the  rate  of  4  per  cent  per 
annum.  £655,600  of  these  securities  have  been  sold  and  ■S7. 500.000  pledged 
against  an  advance  bv  the  Dominion  Government  of  an  issue  of  Dominion 
Notes  to  the  amount  of  .86,000,000. 

DOMINION   NOTES. 

The  circulation  of  Dominion  Notes  stood  at  8289.258.697.67  on  March 
31,  1919,  being  an  increase  over  the  circulation  at  the  close  of  last  year  of 
§38,459,836.75.  During  the  same  time  the  gold  held  bv  the  Receiver  General 
for  redemption  of  notes  increased  from  §119,941,748.92  to  8122.227.367.08. 

SUPERANNUATION   AND   RETIREMENT   ACTS. 

The  statement  showing  the  number  and  total  salaries  of  officials  coming 
under  the  Superannuation  Acts  and  the  Retirement  Act  has  been  continued  to 
March  31,  1919. 

Respectfully  submitted, 

T.  C.  BOVILLE, 

Deputy  Minister  of  Finance. 


xvm 


DEPARTMKXT  OF  FIXAXCE 


DoMixiON  Note  Circulatiox. 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


Denomination. 


S       I 


4 

5 

50 

100 

500 

1,000 

500    Special 
1,000 
5,000 
50,00(1 

Fractional 

Provincial .    . . . 


March  31, 
1915. 


11,825,811  00 

8,410,197  50 

56,111  00 

3,486,227  50 

11,750  00 

2,100  00 

2,311,500  00 

4,577,000  00 

224.000  00 

1,482,000  00 

12,S,830,000  00 


March  31, 
1916. 


•S       cts. 

12,710,797  00 

9,216,470  50 

47,491  00 

2,728,577  50 

10,250  00 

2,000  00 

2,100,000  00 

4,505,000  00 

238,500  00 

1,461,000  CO 

143,975,000  00 


811,644  66 
27,777  25 


157,056,118  91 


920,271  2!) 
27,774  25 


177,943,131  54 


March  31, 
1917. 


13,600,274  00 

10,441,368  .50 

44,251  00 

3,253,092  50 

10,1.50  00 

l,oOO  00 

2,187,500  00 

4,339,000  00 

106,500  00 

1,612,000-00 

146,450,000  00 


1,085,481  54 
27,769  25 

183,248,986  79 


March  31, 
1918. 


S   cts. 

14,414,114  00 

11,356,805  50 

42,187  00 

4,813,507  50 

5,350  00 

400  00 

2,355.500  00 

3,841,000  00 

174,001)  on 

1,375,000  00 

211,230,000  00 

1,163,140  6: 
27,766  25 

250,798,860  92 


March  31, 
1919. 


S     cts. 

15,217,200  fiO 

12,161,479  50 

39,439  00 

4,772,455  00 

4,900  00 

*       —700  00 

1,808,500  00 

4,146,000  00 

124,500  00 

992.000  00 

213,505,000  00 

44,000,000  00 

1,200,120  42 

27,743  25 


298,058,697  67 


Note— The  total  amount  of  thj.s  statement  §298,058,697.67  exceeds  the  amount  shown  in  the  balance 
sheet  by  -$8,200,000,  which  is  accounted  for  by  the  books  of  the  Department  being  closed  for  the  year's 
operations  before  complete  returns  were  received  from  Com|)troller  ot  Currency. 

*  Over  redeemed. 


Dominion  Notes  Withdr.\wn  from  Circul.\tion  .\xd   Destroyed. 


Denominations. 


Fractional. 
$1 


$4 

S5 

.S50 

.$100 

Provincials. . 

$500 

$1,000 

$.500  Special. 
$1,000   „ 
$5,000   u 


Total . 


1915-16. 


-S   cts. 

72,879  12 

13,1.34,612  00 

9,180,939  00 

8,468  OO 

688,735  00 

1,500  00 

100  00 

3  00 

287,600  00 

431,000  00 

29,000  00 

353,000  00 

1,780,000  00 


25,917,736  12 


191(i-17 


S 


cts. 


85.429  75 

13,963,343  fXI 

10,359,892  00 

.3,624  00 

1,649,125  00 

100  00 

400  00 

5  00 

277,000  00 

387,000  00 

57,000  00 

316,000  00 

2,370,000  00 


29,468,018  75 


in  7-18. 


S   cts. 

97,144  87 

847,050  0(1 

871,283  00 

1,800  OO 

428,340  00 

4,800  00 

1,200  00 

3  00 

338,000  OO 

456,000  00 

25.500  00 

356,000  00 

375,000  00 


32,802,120  8; 


1918-19. 


S   cts. 

116,631  25 

14,667,565  50 

11,845,556  00 

2,992  00 

3,200,602  50 

450  00 

1,100  00 

23  00 

346,500  00 

372,000  00 

41,000  OO 

286,000  00 

2,465,000  00 


33,345,420  25 


PUBLIC  ACCOVyrii 


XIX 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  2 

Dominion  Notes  Issued  and  Redeemed  and  in  Circulation. 


Fiscal  Year. 

Notes 

in  circulation 

April  1. 

Notes  held   by 

Asst.  Rec"8 

(General 

April  1. 

New  Notes 
Issued  during 

year. 

Notes 

Withdrawn 

and  Dtstroyed 

duriner  year. 

Notes  held  by 
Asst.  Rec's 

General 

March  31, 

1919. 

Notes 

in  circulaticn 

March  31, 

1919. 

1911 

1912. 

1913 

S      cts. 

89,994,270  2;") 
113,443,633  40 
112,101,885  65 
117,795,6.38  53 
157,056,118  91 
177,943,131  54 
183,248,986  79 
250,798,860  ^92 

S       ct'*. 

21,496,959  75 
28,406,318  75 
35,849,045  00 
40,075,653  75 
31.626,678  75 
4r.,284,180  00 
40,880,156  00 
92,547,161  00 

S       cts. 

47.122,400  00 
39,949,522  50 
44,870,977  50 
59,054,750  00 
55,597,250  OO 
35,370,750  00 
152,019,000  00 
99,791,250  00 



S       cts. 

10.703,077  85 
33,648,544  Wl 
34,950,615  87 
28,243,244  62 
25,917,736  12 
29,468,918  75 
32,802.120  87 
33.34.j,420  25 

■*       cts. 
111,733,154  00 

•S       cts. 

1914 

1915 

1916. .    

1917 

1918 

1919  

298,088,697  67 

Silver  Recoinage  Statement. 


AprU30, 1913... 
April  30, 1914  . 
March  31,  1915. 
March  3!,  191G. 
March  31,  1917 . 
March  31,  1918. 
March  31,  1919. 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for  recoinage 

face  value. 


■S       cts. 

842,743  11 

154,992  10 

106,015  65 

156,830  00 

93,687  13 

79,205  65 

66,679  80 


1,500,153  46 


Amount 

recoined 

face  value. 


742,672  63 
185,866  37 
96,893  15 
143,354  10 
85.506  45 
72,131  20 
60,.516  50 


1,386,940  40 


Loss 
on  recoinage. 


■S  cts. 

53,543  37 
15,652  84 
9,122  50 
13,475  90 
8,180  70 
7,074  45 
6,163  30 


113,213  06 


Copper  Recoinage  Statement. 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for  recoinage 

face  value. 

Amount 

recoined 

face  value. 

Loss 
on  recoinage 

April  .30,  1913 

\Iarch  31,  1914 

March  13   1915 

■?      cts. 

266  17 
55  32 
46  50 
54  43 
75  56 
62  84 
89  02 

•S      cts. 

201  44 
70  87 
43  78 
51  53 
72  04 
59  50 
83  82 

•?      ct.s. 

49  18 
2  72 

March31,1916 

2  90 

March  31,  1917 

March  31,  19IS 

March  31,  1919 

3  52 
3  34 
5  20 

649  84 

582  98 

66  86 

2— Bi 


XX 


DEPARTMEXr  OF  F/.V1.VC'£ 


10  george  v,  a.  1920 
Dominion'  Notes  Issued  to  Assistant  Receivers'  General. 


Denominations. 

1914-15. 

191516. 

191617. 

1917-18. 

1918-19. 

Fractional 

S      cts. 

98.750  00 

13,n6,000  00 

8,880,000  00 

•S      cts. 

186,250  00 

14,040,1100  00 

9,976,000  00 

S      cts. 

203,750  00 
14,860,000  00 
11,312,000  00 

S      cts. 

185,000  00 
14,828,1XXI  00 
11,936,000  00 

-?        cts. 

154,846  00 
15,380,000  00 
12,520,000  OO 

SI 

82 

S4 

35 

420,000  00 
925,000  00 
985,000  00 



5i5,6co  66 
2ro,ooo  00 

3(X),000  00 

2,840,000  00 
250,000  00 
230,000  00 

3,700,000  00 
335,000  00 
.555  000  00 

$500     .. 

105,000  00 
290,000  00 

31,000            

S500  Special  

S1,000      

30,000'  00 
34,000.000  00 

3i,ooo',666'6o' 

350,000  00 
7,500,000  00 

250,000  00 
121,.500,000  00 

50,000  00 
22,100,000  00 
45,(100,000  00 

.S5,(X)0       

SoO.OOO     ,.        

Total 

59,054.750  00 

55,597,250  00 

35,370,750  00 

152,019,000  00 

99,794,846  00 

Statement  showing  One  and  Two  Dollar  Dominion  Notes  in  Circulation — Total 
amount  of  Dominion  Notes  and  Bank  Note.s  in  Circulation  and  amount  of 
Gold  held  by  the  Receiver  General,  March  31,  1882,  to  March  31,  1919. 


Year. 


1882 
1883 
1S84 
!885 
18S6 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 


One  and  Two 

Dollar   Notes  in 

Circulation. 


,675, 
,809, 
,427, 
,290, 
195, 
,761, 
,933, 
,852, 
,974, 
,262, 
,211, 
,526, 
362, 
,339, 
,606, 
,711, 
,306, 
,902, 
,599, 
,136, 
,546, 
,671, 
,241, 
,616, 
,697, 
,427, 
119, 
215, 
,728, 
,155, 
356, 
,783, 
605, 
2.36, 
927, 
041, 
771, 
,378, 


S   cts. 

413  00 
538  00 
385  00 
655  00 
631  00 
588  CO 
659  00 
.398  00 
395  00 
728  00 
976  00 
193  00 
517  00 
098  00 
214  00 
754  00 
574  00 
076  00 
618  00 
829  00 
5.52  00 
569  00 
646  0(1 
702  00 
203  00 
814  00 
524  00 
637  00 
269  00 

996  00 
015  00 

997  00 
876  00 

008  .50 
2(i7  50 
642  60 

009  50 
740  00 


Total 

Dominion  Notes 

in  Circulation. 


14,315, 

16,801, 

16,901, 

15,600, 

1(),S5S, 

14,781, 

15,931, 

15,110, 

16,228, 

16,166, 

16,213, 

17,587, 

19,548, 

20,946, 

18,791, 

21,987, 

21,142, 

22,933, 

24,452, 

28,498 

29,868, 

33,777, 

39,777, 

47,839, 

47,201, 

54,794, 

60,455, 

79,351, 

87,134, 

89,994, 

113,443, 

112,101, 

117,79.-., 

157,056, 

177,943. 

183,248, 

2.50,798, 

298,0r>8, 


S   cts, 

437  77 
769  98 
296  4(; 
166  86 
838  28 
270  78 
679  11 
966  33 
780  65 
465  48 
525  76 
7U  66 
102  45 
237  12 
,747  62 
613  26 
624  76 
078  39 
442  52 
619  52 
112  05 
733  58 
831  33 
250  33 
260  22 
596  86 
9Vtl  3(> 
080  50 
068  50 
270  25 
633  40 
885  65 
(i38  53 
118  91 
131  54 
98(!  79 
860  92 
(i97  67 


Bank   Notts 

in 
Circulation. 


32,947, 
34,517, 
30,197, 
29.791, 
29,959, 
31,521, 
31,986, 
32,471, 
31,704, 
33,020, 
32,483, 
33,4.30, 
30,702, 
29,414 
30,789, 
31,082, 
35,930, 
38,409, 
43,814, 
47,611, 
52,442, 
58,283, 
.59,760, 
58,721, 
65,991, 
76,346, 
69,047, 
68,708, 
78,2(;5, 
81,938, 
95.918, 
102,202, 
96,S48, 
96,66(;, 
114,804, 
148,265, 
191,058, 
214,57(i, 


•S   cts. 

260  04 
813  52 
,882  51 
262  85 
916  56 
420  43 
286  27 
522  09 
281  61 
661  30 
965  00 
883  00 
,(i07  00 
796  00 

457  00 
,521  00 
085  00 
227  00 
913  00 
967  00 
982  00 
484  00 
119  00 
173  00 
818  00 
013  00 
892  00 

458  00 
822  00 
753  OO 
404  00 
047  00 

;W4  00 

544  (X) 
(i04  00 
140  00 
404  00 
87(1  00 


(Jold  held 

by  the 

Receiver  General 


2,149, 

2,381, 

2,548, 

2,.345, 

4,060, 

2,516, 

3,452, 

3,925, 

3,017, 

3,789, 

3,728, 

.5,550, 

7,624, 

9,175 

7,049, 

10,380, 

9,779, 

11,768, 

10,829, 

15,159, 

15,9.39, 

20,702, 

27,377, 

35,813, 

32,617, 

37,<;i9, 

41,689, 

61,581, 

69,736, 

74,159, 

98,802, 

98,507, 

101,161, 

94,644, 

120,931, 

118,5lil, 

119,941, 

121,141, 


5   cts. 

461  92 
288  51 
794  52 
.525  44 
046  84 
972  36 
022  OH 
994  19 

109  53 
704  21 
463  36 
381  3(i 
381  36 
245  43 
897  33 
205  37 
170  97 
191  25 
263  02 
»19  02 
396  55 
144  08 
814  83 
970  43 
209  02 
r.96  81 
751  31 
666  45 

110  85 
771  40 
395  14 
112  81 
366  18 
423  44 
622  98 
3;t8  60 
748  92 
122  07 


'Includes  amount  held  as  reserve  aj^ainst  Saving^s  Bank  Deposits. 


FVBUC  AeCOVXT.^ 


XXI 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

Statement  showing  Amount  of  Canadian  Gold  Coin  issued  by  Mint  to 

March  31,  1919. 


March  31, 
1913. 

March  31, 
1914. 

March  31, 
1915. 

March  33, 
1916. 

Totaf.- 

Montreal 

Toronto 

S 

185,000 

280,000 

32,500 

37,500 

8,000 

125,000 

162,500 

898,325 

3,885 

45,000 

.? 

■? 

S 

230,000 

280,0iXl 

32,500 

37,500 

S.CKX) 

125,000 

162,.5O0 

3,947,440 

45,480 

Halifax 

.St.  John,  N.B 

Charlottetown 



Winnipeg 



Ottawa 

2,151,410 
1,070 

897,170 
40,525 

535 

By  Mint 

1,732,710 

2,197,480 

937,695 

535 

4,868,420 

$5 1,388,060 

«10 3,480,360 


Note — First  coin  issued  May  10,  1912. 

No  C.iNADi.\N  Gold  Coin  Issded  Since  1916, 


4,868,420 


xxu 


DEPARTilEXT  OF  FIXAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V.  A.   1920 

Coinages  (in  dollar  and  cent  denomination)  executed  at  the  Royal  Mint,  Lon 
don,  and  the  ;Mint,  Birmingham,  for  Canada,  during  the  j-ears  1858  to  1907  ; 
also  coinage  struck  for  New  Brunswick  and  Nova  Scotia  before  Confeder- 
ation m  1867,  and  for  Prince  Edward  Island  before  1873,  when  that  Pro- 
vince entered  th^  Confederation,  and  coined  and  issued  bv  the  Roval  Mint, 
Ottawa,  January  1,  1908,  to  March  31,  1918. 


Year. 


1858 
1859 
1800 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
18C4 
1864 
1S70 
(;)  1871 
1871 


(;; 
U) 
O) 


1872 
1874 
1875 
1876 


U)   1880 

j)  lasi 

(;•)  1882 
U)  1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
ij\  1.8iK) 
18«1 
18112 
1893 
1891 
1895 
189B 
1807 
1898 
(/)1898 
18!t0 

moil 

<  /)  1900 
litOl 
1902 

ij)  1902 
1903 

{j\  1903 
19(>4 
1905 
190fi 
190 

1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 

T\»rwft'd 


Silver. 


DO  cents.       25  cents.      20  cents.    10  cents.      5  cents.  Total 


225,000      225,000  00 


100,000 
40,000 


75,000 


30,000 
10,000 
75.500 


(e)  14,518 


50,000 


25,000 
59,000 


40,000 
60,000 


70,00(1 

30,00(1 

20,000 

175,000 

150,000 


7.700 
126,  (MO 
243,600 
162,000 
150,500 


1,939,418 


100,000  00 
560,000  00 
400,000  00 
250,000  00 


100,000  00 
205,000  00 
150,000  00 
240,000  00 


48,000  00 

135,000  00 

25,000  00 

100,000  00 

(</)16,.585  00 

50,000  00 

30,000  00 

127,500  00 

25,000  00 

55,000  00 


(  f)103,S95  00 
■  330,000  00 


160,000  00 

116.000  00 

21  HI.  01X1  00 

in)  211,537  50 


100,000  00 

200,  (KX)  00 

(;i)309,4li0 

522,000  00 


22,025  00 
403,900  00 
660,300  00 
622,000  00 
622,500  00 


,425,703  25 


150,000 


30,000 


30,000 


210,000 


125,000 


15,000 


10,000 


160,000 


80,000 
100,000 

60,000 
100,000 


1.50,000 
9."i,000 

100,000 
30,000 
1.5,000 
40,000 
80,0(10 
35,000 
50.000 
60,000 
45,000 
80,000 
52,000 
50,000 
50,000 


65,000 


72,000 


120,0'1U 
110,000 


120,000 
72,000 
110,000 
50,000 
1.32,000 
100,000 
100,000 
170,000 
262,000 


14,900 
210,300 
337,0(10 
3(i7,700 
334,500 


4,329,400 


75,000 


5,000 


5,p00 
140' 000 


70,000 

100,000 

40.000 

50,000 


150,000 
75.000 
50,000 
.30,000 
10,000 
50,000 
85,000 
25,000 
50,00(1 
60,000 
50,000 
90.000 
43,000 
85,000 
25.000 

75,000 

95I060 


150.000 
90,000 


100,000 
106,(100 
110,000 
50,000 
132,000 
120,000 
130,000 
155,000 
260,000 


18,400 
127,500 
223, 10(1 
239,300 
284,500 


350,000  00 


50,000  00 


45,000  00 
'  750^  600  00 


.3.50,000  00 
800,000  00 
500,000  00 
400,000  00 


400,000  00 
450.000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 

25,000  00 
138,000  00 
300,000  00 

85,000  00 
230,000  00 
136.585  0(J 
155,000  00 
200,000  00 
298,000  00 
160,000  00 
144,518  00 


140,000  00 

217,660  00 


398,895  (XI 
589,000  00 


420, 
3:54, 
420, 
311, 
334, 
;-;50, 
450, 

)<!>'.], 

1,194, 


000  00 
(«KI  00 
(K)0  00 
537  50 
000  00 
000  00 

(1(1(1    IHI 

Kid 
0(K1  00 


63.025  00 

SfiS..300  00 

1, 464, Olio  00 

1,391,(1(11  00 

1,392,000  (Kl 


3,828,800  17,733,321  26 


Bronze. 


1  cent.     J  cent.      Total 


100,000 
95,790 


10,000 
8,000 


10,000 

10,000 

8.000 

10!  666 


40,000 

20,666 

40,000 


25,000 


15,000 
15.000 
40,000 


10,0tlO 
(i)  14,525 
12,000 
20,000 
10,000 
12,000 
20,000 
15,000 


10,000 
21,000 
10,000 
26,000 
41,000 
30,000 


40,000 


25,000 
20,000 
41,00(1 
24,000 
8,000 
21,604 
39.300 
42,020 
54,480 
50,000 


1,066,719 


1,114 


2,000 


2,000 


5,114 


S 

100,000 

95.790 

1,114 

(a)  10,000 

(?.)  10,000 

{'A  10,000 
(a)  10,000 
(6)  10,000 

(f)'ioi66o 


40,000 

20,(10(1 
40,000 


25,000 

'  15!  660 
15,000 
40,000 

'  10,660 
14..525 
12,000 
20.000 
10.000 
12,000 
20,000 
15,000 


10,(X)0 
21.000 
10.000 
26,000 
41.0(X) 
30,000 


40,000 


2.5,(KK1 
20,000 
41, 00(1 
24.00*1 
8,000 
21,604 
39,  .300 
42,020 
54,480 
50.000 


1,071,833 


PVBLIO  ACCOUSTS 


XXlU 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

Coinages  (in  dollar  and  cent  denomination)  executed  at  the  Royal  ^lint, 
London,  and  the  Mint,  Birmingham,  for  Canada,  during  the  rears,  1858  to 
1907,  etc.— Con. 


Year. 

Silver. 

Bronze. 

50  cents. 

25  cents. 

20  cents. 

10  cents. 

5  cents. 

Total. 

1  cent. 

4  cent. 

Total. 

iForwa'd 
1913 
1914 
■  1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 

1,939,418 

138,000 

80,500 

6,000 

190,000 

10,000 

352,100 

426,000 

S       cts. 

7,425,703  25 

447,000  00 

303,500  00 

92,000  00 

439,700  00 

32,000  00 

810,000  00 

1,048. OCO  00 

8 
210,000 

::::;.:.■ 


8 

4,329,400 
326,000 
194,000 
68.000 
464,300 
18,200 
495,900 
564,000 

S                 S       cts. 

3,828,800  17,733,321  25 
264,000  1,175.000  00 
156.002      734,002  00 

40,0f)0  206.  (XlO  00 
208,000  1,.302.000  00 

10,000  70,200  00 
234,000  1.892,000  00 
334,000  2,372,rK)0  00 

S 

1,066,719 

55,600 

35,100 

51,400 

109,700 

19,900 

112,200 

134,417 

S 
5,114 

..    .. 

S     cts. 

1,071,833 

5.5,600 

35,100 

51,400 

109,700 

19,900 

112,200 

134,417 

3,142,018 

10,597.903  25 

210,000 

6,459,800 

5,074,802  2.5,484,523  25 

1,585,036 

5,114 

1,590,150 

Note.— («)  Xew  Brunswick  coinage.  (!»)  Nova  Scotia  coinage,  {r)  Prince  Edward  Island  coinage. 
•(d)  Recoined  from  withdrawn  20  cent  pieces  of  the  nominal  value  of  S17,074.  (c)  Recoined  from  withdrawn 
20  cent  pieces  of  the  nominal  value  of  §15,000.  {  f)  Including  S18,895,  recoined  from  withdrawn  20  cent 
pieces  of  the  nominal  value  of  S9,500,  and  worn  silver  coin  of  the  estimated  value  of  §10,500.  {f/}  Partly 
produced  from  worn  silver  coin  of  tlie  nominal  value  of  Sll, 686.75.  (h)  Partl.v  produced  from  worn  silver 
coin  of  the  nominal  value  of  ■S2,000.  (;)  Including  .51,525,  produced  from  old  copper  and  bi-onze  coin.  (./) 
Coined  at  the  Mint,  Birmingham. 


•Statement  showing  amount  of  United  States  silver  and  bronze  coin  withdrawn 
from  circulation  in  Canada  and  exported  during  the  period  from  April  1, 
1914  to  March  31,  1919,  together  with  the  expenditure  in  connection 
therewith. 


1914-15. 

1915-16. 

1916-17. 

191718. 

1918-19. 

Totals 
1910-19. 

Ontario 

Quebec.                          . .    . 

$ 

634,087  51 

197.392  94 

.30,167  75 

37,6.'.6  0(i 

165,010  12 

422,536  92 

75,517  .33 

77,913  03 

300  00 

$ 

524,532  81 

158,351  69 

27,610  75 

36.0.52  15 

181,105  01 

309,148  47 

46,294  65 

39,747  77 

100  00 

1,630  00 

S 

562,070  66 

145.871  48 

25,398  85 

27,943  00 

171,870  28 

319,568  30 

66,774  30 

50,230  61 

100  00 

4,700  00 

1,374,.527  48 

$ 

532,953  36 

160.058  06 

19,338  :« 

26,402  30 

172,230  62 

347,911  65 

54,151  45 

53,433  40 

$ 

327,522  11 

139,160  49 

30.014  30 

59,246  (iO 

112,165  05 

123,517  08 

27,.593  22 

31,952  63 

1,025  00 

1,442  00 

$ 

5,162,662  94 

1,608,077  30 

214,634  50 

298.748  80 

1,700,983  91 

3.451,501  00 

628,431  60 

496,361  58 

2,165  00 

8,969  00 

Nova  Scotia 

Manitoba 

Alberta                            .    .    . 

Saskatchewan. 

Prince  Edward  Island 

Yukon    

1,197  00 

Total.                 

1,640,681  60 

1,324,573  30 

1,367,676  22 

853,638  48 

13,578.535  63 

Commission  paid     ..... 

Ex|pres.s  charges 

Total 

e,151  73 
5,653  73 

11,805  46 

4,966  79 

5,312  97 

10,279  76 

5,154  23 

5,360  81 

10,515  04 

5,128  37 
4,762  .58 
H.SflO  95 

3,201  01 
3.699  95 
6,900  96 

50,913  08 

51,493  40 

102,406  48 

XaIV 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

THE  GRAND  TRUNK  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY, 

IN  ACCOUNT  WITH  THE  MINISTER  OF  FINANCE  AND  RECEIVER  GENERAL  OF  CANADA. 

Authorized  issue  of  £14,000,000  guaranteed  by  the  Dominion  Government 
(Chapter  98,  Acts  of  1905.) 


By  proceeds  of  £3,200,000  issue  of  3  per  cent  bonds  in  March. 
1905,  and  sold  to  Rothschilds  &  Sons  at  a  net  price  of 
92i  and  accrued  interest — 

£3,200,00<"l  at  92i £2,960,000-0-0  $14,405,333  33 

Accrued  interest 34,8170-11         169,442  96 


2,994,817-0-11   14,574,776  29 
Less  cost  of  exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada 15,102  21 


By  proceeds  of  £2,0i  0,000  issue  of  3  per  cent  bonds  in  July, 

1909,   .and   sold    to    Rothschilds    &  Sons  at   a    net 
price  of  80  and  accrued  interest— 

£2,<JOO,000  at  80 £   1,600,000-0-0 

Accrued  interest 4,014-5-0 


7,786.666  66 
19,536  02 


1,604,014-5-0      7,806,202  68 
Plus  profit  in  exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada 5,006  09 

By  proceeds  of  £2,000,000  issue  of  3  per  cent  bonds  in  -July, 
1910,  placed  with  the  Bank  of  Montreal,  London,  for 
public  subscription  on  terms  to  net  the  company  at  least 
£80-13-9  (actual  amount  received  £80-14  6i  per  cent.)— 

£2,000,000  at  80-14-64 £1,613,978-1-0     7,854,693  17 

Less  interest  on  prepayments 1,169-15-5  .5,692  88 


Plus  interest  allowed  by  Bank  of 
Montreal,  London,  on  holdings 
to  date  of  transfer  to  Canada  . . . 


1,612,808-5-  7       7,849,000  29 


1,732-11-  4 


8,431  S2 


1,614,540-1611 
Less  cost  of  exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada 


7,857,432  U 
5,186  66 


By 


By  interest  allowed  by  Banks  oii  deposits 

By   amount   to   meet   the  obligations  of  the  Crown   to   the 
Company  under  paragraph  5  of  the  schedule  lo  Chapter 

24,  Acts  of  1904 

proceeds  of  £6,800,000  (balance  of  issue  of  £14,000,000) 
purchased  by  Dominion  Government  under  the  terms  of 
the  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Bond  Purchase  Act, 
1913— 

£6,800,000  at  par 33,093,333  33 

Less  amount  allocated  for  the  payment  of  interest 
on   sums  raised  by  the  company  from  time  to 
time  on  the  pledging  of  bonds— 
Feb.    U,  1913,    B.ank  of  Montreal, 

Montreal S 

Feb.     21,    1913,    Bank    of  Montreal, 

Loudon,   £37,696  8-2 

May  5,  1914,  Union  of  London   and 

Smith  s  Bank,  Lond.m   £7,128-8-9 

May  5,  1914,  Glynn  Mills,  Bank,  Lt<l., 

London,   £4,277.1-3  

May  18,  1914,  Bank  of  Montreal,  Lon- 
don,   £17,108-4-5 


17,376  73 
183,455  85 
34,691  73 
20,815  04 
83,260  01 


Plus  cost  of  exchange  on   transfer  to 
Canada 


.539,599  36 
14,118  15 


353,717  51 


To  amonut  of  payments  made  to  the  company  under  sundry 
certificates  from  the  Government  Chief  Engineer 


Dr. 


14,559,674  08 


7,811,208  77 


69,238,137  85 


09,238,137  85 


7,852,245  45 
1,280,977  07 


4,994,416  66 


32,739,616  82 


69.3;W,137  85 


PUBLIC  ACCOUXTS 


XXV 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  2 

THE  GRAND  TRUNK  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY. 

IN  ACCOUNT  WITH  THE  MINISTER  OF  FINANCE  AND  RECEIVER  GENERAL  OF  CANADA. 

Authorized  issue  of  $16,000,000  guaranteed  by  the  Dominion  of  Canada 
(Chapter  34,  A:ts  of  1914.) 


By  advances  made  by  the  Dominion  Government  against  pledee  of  §7,500,000 
of  4  per  cent  bonds,  advance  being  by  issne  of  Dominion  Xott-sat  various 
times  and  subsequently  confirmed  by  Legislation,  Cap.  4,  George  V . . . . 
proceeds  of  £65.5,600  of  this  issue  sold  to  Messrs.  Foley,  Welch  & 
Stewart,  as  follows : — 

Nov.  20,  1914,  £482,400  at  92i .$    2,171,604  00 

Accrued  interest 33,508  91 

.$  2,205,112  91 

.Tan.  26,  1915,  £119,500  at  92i 537,949  17 

Accrued  interest 854  18 


By 


Feb.  20,  1915,  £28,400  at  92* . 
Accrued  interest   


Aug.  13,  1915,  £25,300  at  92*. 
Accrued  interest 


127.847  33 

581  17 

113,892  17 

423  40 


538,803  35 


128,428  50 


114,315  57 


By  proceeds  of  sale  of  balance  of  issue  to  the  Grand  Trunk  Railway  Co. . . 

By  mtere^t  accrued  on  de|x>5it   

To  amount  of  payments  made   to  the  company  under  sundry  certificates 
from  the  Government  Chief  Engineer 


Dr. 


12,768,775  85 


12,768,775  85 


Cr. 


S      cts. 


6,000,000  00 


2,986,660  33 

3,780,000  00 

2,115  52 


12,768,775  85 


THE  CANADIAN  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  COMPANY. 

IN  ACCOUNT  WITH  THE  MINISTER  OF  FINANCE  AND  RECEIVER   GENER.IL   OF   CANADA. 

Authorized  issue  of  £1,622,586  19s,  9d.  guaranteed  by  the  Dominion  Govern- 
ment (Chapter  11,  Acts  of  1908). 


By  proceeds  of  sale  of  £1,263,698  19s.  9d.,  or  §6,150,000,  3^ 

per  cent  first  mortgage  debenture  stock  sold  en  bloc  for  .-S    6,000,000  00 
Less  R.\change  at  $4  862142  in  transfer  to  Canada .5..577  08 


By  proceeds  of  £3.58,888  3^  per  cent  first  mortgage  debenture 
stock  sold  in  March,  1911,  at  a  net  price  to  the  coinpanv 

of  92,  £330,176  19s.  2d ..'.$    1,606,86119 

Less  exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada 4,326  51 


By  interest  accrued  to  Nov.  30,  1918,  on  dej^sits 

To  amount  of  payments  made  to  the  company  imder  sundry  certi6cates  from 

the  Government  Kngineer 

To  balance  


Mch.  31,  1919,  By  balance. 


Dr. 


S        cts. 


7,107,789  54 
735,528  68 


7,843,318  22 


Cr. 


S        cu 


5,994,422  92 


1,602,534  68 
246,360  62 


7,843,318  22 


735,528  68 


XXVl 


DEPARTilEyT  OF  FiyAyCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

THE  CANADIAN  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  C0:MPANY. 

IN  ACCOUNT  WITH  THE  MINISTER  OF  FINANCE  AND  RECEIVER  GENERAL  OF  CANADA. 

Authorized  issue  of  845,000,000  guaranteed  by  the  Dominion  of  Canada 
(Chapter  20,  Acts  of  1914). 


By  advance  made  by  Dominion  Government,  August  to  De  ember,  1914, 
against  pledge  of  §12,500,000  of  4  per  cent  bonds,  advance  being  by  issue 
of  Dominion  Notes  at  various  times  and  subsequently  confirmed  by 
Legislation  Cap.  4-5.  Geo.  V 

By  proceeds  sale  of  £3,000,000  4  per  cent  bonds  in  July,  1914.  at  a  net  i>rice 
to  the  Company  of  91i £2,74o,00il  0  0  S   13.359,000  Ou 

By  profit  on  "exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada ■. 109,301  32 


By  proceeds  sale  of  £.tOO,000  4  per  cent  bonds  in  Februarj-,  1915,  at  a  price 
to  the  Company    of  91    jjlus    accrued 

interest.  ...'. £  455,000  0    O 

Accrued  interest 7,145  6    5 


£  462,145  6    5 


-■?  2,249,107  23 
8,279  55 


To  loss  in  exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada . 

By  advance  made  bj'  Columbia  Trust  Co..  New  York.  September,  1915. 
against  pledge  of  §15,333, .?33. 34,  4  percent  bonds,  said  bonds  being 
pledged  as  security  for  the  repayment  of  notes  issued  by  the  Connmny, 
due  September  1,  1917,  for  -Sll. 500,000.  These  notes  were  sold  on  a  6 
l>er  cent  basis  less  underwriting  claims,  the  net  proceeds  being 

"  On  September  1, 1917,  when  these  notes  came  due  to  enable  the  Company 
to  take  them  up  the  Government  advanced  to  the  Company  -?9, 98 1,021. 03 
against  security  of  ?15,30B,334  of  the  above  4  per  cent  bonds,  the  remain- 
ing lx)nds  §27,000  were  sold  under  the  option  given  to  holders  of  the  notes 
at  the  price  of  79  per  cent,  and  the  difference  in  proceedsuamely,  (!  ■  7075% 
reverted  to  the  credit  of  this  account  being  -S  1.811  03 

By  gain  on  Exchange  from  New  York 33  95 


By  interest  acciued  to  November  30,  1918 

To  amount  of  pajTnents  made  to  the  Company  under  sundry  Certificates 

from  the  Government  engineer ^ 

To  balance 


November  1,  1918.     By  balance . 


Dr. 


cts. 


37.123,348  11 
1,844  98 


37,125,193  09 


Cr. 


S   cts. 


10,000,000  00 


13,468,.361  32 


2,240,827  68 


11,084,850  00 


1.844  98 
329,309  11 


37,125.193  09 
94,780  70 


PUBLIC  ACCOUXTs' 


xxvn 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

THE  CANADIAN  NORTHERN  ONTARIO  RAILWAY   COMPANY. 

IN  ACCOUNT  WITH  THE  MINISTER  OF  FINANCE  AND  RECEIVER  GENERAL  OF  CANADA. 

'.Authorized  is.sue  of  £7,350,000  guaranteed  by  the  Dominion  of  Canada 

(Chapter  6,  Acts  of  1911;. 


Proceeds    of    £7,000,000   3J    per  cent   fir.^it 

mortgage    debenture    stock   sold   at    a 

net  iirice  to  the  company  of  90J £6,35.3,500  0  0    S30,;il5,.3OO  00 

Less  exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada 1,531  3-J 


By  advance  made  l>v  the   Guaranty  Trust  Company  of  New  York,  -July, 

1913,  on  £293,837  first  mortgage  debenture  stock  jjledged  as  security. . . 
By  proceeds  of  sale  of  £33,561  in  Jul>,  I9I4, 

of  this  stock  at  a  net  price  of  88 £29,533  H     0 

By  advance  made  by  Lloyds  Bank,  Ltd., 
London,  on  £22,6C2  of  above  stock 
pledged  as  security  (£70  advanced  .July, 

1914,  foreach  £100"  of  pledged  .securities)     15,821     8     0 


£45,355    2    0 


.?  220,728  15 
188  84 


By  profit  on  exchange  in  transfer  to  Canada. 

By  interest  accrued  to  November  30,  1918,  on  deposits 

To  amount  of   payments  made   to  the  company    under  sundry  certificates 

from  the  Oovernment  Engineer 

To  balance 


May  31,  1910,  By  balance. 


Dr. 


33,005,146  44 
547, 5c6  29 


33,532,702  73 


Cr. 


30,913,968  C6 

1.001,004  71 


220.916  99 

1,416,812  37 


33,552,702  73 
547,  S.")!!  29 


THE  CANADIAN  NORTHERN  ALBERTA  RAILWAY  COMPANY. 


IN  ACCOUNT  WITH  THE  MINISTER  OF  FINANCE  AND  RECEIVER  GENERAL  OF  CANAD.\. 

Authorized  issue  of  £647,260  guaranteed  xby  the  Dominion  of  Canada 
(Chapter  6,  Acts  of  1910,  as  amended  by  Chapter  8,  Acts  of  1912). 


Dr. 

Cr. 

By  proceeds  of  sale  of  £647,260  in   October,  191],  3^   per 
cent  first   mortgage  debenture  stock   at  a  net   price   to 

the  company  of  92,  £5&5, 479-4-0 .«i  2,897,998  77 

Less  e.xchange  in  transfer  to  Canada 7,819  69 

S       cts. 

S       cts. 

2,890,179  08 
79,267  81 

Til  amount  of   payments   made   to  the  (oni[iany   under   sundry   certificates 
from  the  (iovernmen^  Engineer 

To  balance . .    .         

2,952,897  03 
16,549  86 

May  31   1919.     By  balance            . .    .    .           

2,969,446  89 

2,969,446  89 
16,549  86 

XXVlll 


DEPARTilEST  OF  fi.VJ.XC£ 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

THE  CANADIAN  NORTHERN  ALBERTA  RAILAVAY  COMPANY. 

IS  ACCOUNT  WITH   THE   MINISTER    OF    FINANCE   AND   RECEIVER   GENERAL   OF   CANADA. 

Authorized  issue  of  £733,561  guaranteed  bv  the  Dominion  of  Canada 
(Chapter?,  Acts  of"l912). 


By  proceeds  of  £410,959  is&ue.  3^  \ier  cent  debtnture  stock 
sold  in  November,  1912,  at  a  net  price  to  the  company  of 
90,  £369,863—2—0 S    1,800,000  13 

Loss  o    transfer  to  Canada 0  13 


By  advances  made  by  the  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  July,  1913,  on  the 
pledging  of  §1,350,000  3J  per  cent  debenture  stock  (870  advanced  for 
each  SlOO  pledged) 

By  abvances  made  by  the  Guaranty  Trust  Company  of  New  York,  July, 
1913,  on  £45.206  SJ  per  cent  debenture  stock  pledged  as  security 

By  interest  accrued  to  Novemlxr  30,  1918,  on  deix)sits 

To  amount  of  payments  made  to  the  comjiany  under  sundry  certi£c<ites 
from  the  Government  Engineer 

To  balance 


May  31,  1919,  by  balance. 


Dr. 


2,927,440  UO 
11,627  S" 


2,939,067  87 


Cr. 


1,800,000  00 


945.000  00 

154,iX>l  77 
40.066  10 


2,939,067  87 
11.627  87 


PVBLIC  ACCOUXTS 


XXIX 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.   2 

DECAYED  PILOTS  FUND. 


1919. 
April  1. 


1919. 


In  account  with  the  Dominion  of  Canada. 


Balance  from  March  31,  1918 

Receipts  from  April  I,  1918,  to  March  31, 1919 
Interest  on  Bonds — 

1916-31  War  Loan  bonds 

1917-37  War  Loan  bonds 

1917       Victory  Loan  bonds 

Montreal  Harbour  bonds. 


ProiHnce  of  Ontario  bonds . 


Interest  on  deposit  with  the  Government. 


Less — Pensions  to  pilots,  widoivs  and  minors 

Deduct  refund  received  from  heir  of  David  Mathieu  who  died 
Octoljer  22,  her  last  [Jension  Ijeing  for  full  quarter   


Gain  for  jear  81,628  96. 


JIarch  31.  Ca.sh  on  deix)3it  with  the  Government 

..      31.  Bonds  and  debentures  held  by  government  a*  under. 


200  00 
125  Oil 
522  oil 
920  0<) 
1,080  IW 


67,180  57 
5,601  40 


s 


6,937  50 
3  67 


2,847  50 
113  89 

75,743  36 

6,933  83 
S    68,809  53 

6.809  53 


MOXTREAL  HARBOUR  BOXDS. 


Date. 

Rate  of 

Interest. 

Maturing. 

Series. 

Numljers. 

Amount. 

July  4,  1891 

Jan.  5,  1894 

+  l'-c 

4    

•July  .5,  1921... 
•July  5,  1924. . . 

H. 
J. 

64,65,  139-142 

231-246 ".    ... 

5    cts. 

6,000  00 
16,000  00 

PROVINCE  OF  ONTARIO  BONDS. 

May  1,1915 

May  1, 191.5 

4ip.c.... 

May  1,  1925. . . 
May  1,1925... 

L. 

L.  3.532,  3,  4,  L.  3060,   L. 

3067-8              

Nos.  0708-0725  inclusive 

6,000  00 
18,000  tX) 

DOMINION  OF  CANADA  BONDS. 

Oct.  1,  1916 

Mch.  1,  1917 

Mch.  1,  1917     ... 

5  p.c 

5     ..    

5     ..   

54 

Oct.  1.  1931  .. 
Mch.  1,1937.. 
Mch    I,  19.?7.. 
Dec.  I.  1037. . . 
Dec.  1. 1937. . . 
Dec.  1,  1937. . . 

1916-31 
1917-37 
1917-37 
V.  Loan 
V.  Lf>an 
V.  Loan 

E.  r5882  to  05885  inclusive 

B.  22260-2  inclusive 

M.  12839 

4,000  00 
1,500  00 
1,000  00 
5,000  00 
4,000  00 
500  00 

Dec.  7,  1917 

XX  1560  V   

Dec.  1,1917 

XX2460.^-8M 

Dec.  1,  1917 

XX7571Z 

62,000  00 

$ 

68,809  53 

XXX 


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10  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2  A.  1920 


BALANCE  SHEET 


RECEIPTS  AND  PAYMENTS 


MISCELLANEOUS  STATEMENTS 


2—1 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  7,  A.  1920 
PUBLIC 
Balance  Sheet  Dominion  of 


Db. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Intestmkxts. 

Sinking  Funds. 

Loan  of  1S84 

3^  per  cent  loan  of  1930-50 ._ 

4  per  cent  loan  of  1940-60 .' 

War  loan,  1915-25 

SuTidry  Inveslmentg. 

Consolidated  Fund  Investment  Account   

Loans  to  Banks.  "  Finance  .Act,  19 14  " 

Loans  to  Banks  (on  call) 

Montreal  Harboui   Commission 

Montreal  Turnpike  Trust   

Quebec  Harbour  Debentures 

St.  John  Bridee  and  Railway  Extension  Company 

Three  Rivers  Harbour  Debentures 

Canadian  Northerr.  Railway  Loan  Account,  1914  (Chap.  4,  Act  of  1915) 

Canadian  Northern  Railway  Loan  Account,  1916 

Canadian  Xorthem  Railway  Interest  Account  (Chap.  20,  Acts  of  1914J. 
Canadian  Xorthem  Railway  (Act  No.  1,  Legislation,  1918,  on  account 

of  interest  and  equipment) 

Canadian  Northern  Railway  (Loan  under  War  Measures  Act) 

Canadian  Northern   Railway  (purc'Lase  of  Capital  Stock  C.  N.  Ry., 

Chap.  24,  Acts  1917,  sec.  t  sub-sec.  3) 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway  Interest  Account  (sec.  10,  Chap. 

6,  Acts  1911) .' 

Canadian    Northern   Railway   (Legislation,    1S17,    for    acquisition    of 

Capital  Stock  (7-8  George  V,  Chap.  5l) 

Central  Canada  Loan  and  Savings  Company 

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Prairie  Section  Loan  Account  (Chap. 

19  of  Acts  of  1909) 

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Loan   Account,  1913  (Chapter  23  of 

Acts,  1913) 

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Loan  Account,  1914  (Chapter  4  of  Acts,  1915). 

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Investment  Account 

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway  Loan  Account,  1917  (Appropriation 

Act  No.  4,  1917)   

The  Grand  Trimk  Pacific  Railway  Company  Interest  Account    

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway.     Appropriation  Act,  1918 

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway.     Guaranteed  Interest  Account 

The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railwaj;.     Receiver  Account 

Huron  &  Erie  Mortgage  Corporation 

Province  of  Ontario  Loan 

Province  of  Saskatchewan  Loan 

Province  of  Saskatchewan  (Loans  to  Farmers,  O.C.  P.C.  1810,  July  19, 

1918) 

Province  of  Manit<»ba 

Standard  Reliance  Mortgage  Corporation 

The  Victoria  Loan  and  Savings  Company   ...    '. 

The  Waterloo  County  Loan  and  Saving.s  Company 

The  Grand  Trunk  Railway  Co.  Temporary  Loan 

Public  Works. 

Canals. 

Bvirlington  Bay  Canal 

Chambly  Canal,  River  Richelieu 

Improvement  of  the  Trent 

Lachine  Canal 

Lake  St.  Peter ■* 

Murray  Canal    

Carried  forward 


8,210,390  52 

7,439,.308  77 

2,764,676  47 

250,300  00 


261, 

69,028. 

2,17", 

26,485, 

14S, 

10,637. 

433, 

81. 

10.000, 

15,000, 

5,294, 


532  98 
000  00 
000  00 
000  00 
.S28  00 
550  58 
900  00 
760  97 
000  00 
000  00 
000  02 


25,000.000  00 
15,681,021  03 

9,7.33,333  24 

2,396,099  68 

25,000,000  00 
500,000  00 

10,000,000  00 

15,000,000  00 

6,000.000  00 

33,093,333  23 

5,038,053  72 
7,081,783  45 
7,471.399  93 
5,616  37 
500,000  00 
1,0(KI,000  00 

2,iio(i,(:kx)  iM) 

2,500,000  00 

900,000  00 
5(ll),000  00 
UIO,(M)0  00 
100,000  00 
225,000  00 
593,733  33 


308,  ,328  32 

580,092  59 

559,067  70 

11,142,5X0  65 

1,164.2.35  08 

1,248,946  71 


18,664,675  76 


310,559,946  58 


15,003,251  05 


329,224,622  29 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  2 

ACCOUNTS. 

Canada  on  March  31,  1919. 


Cr. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Public  Debt. 
Payable  in  London. 


3.f  per  cent  loan,  1909   

3i  ..  ]8«4             

3i  11  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  land  grant . 

3|  1.  1930-50 

;*  1.  1888 ...    

3  1.  1892   

3  M  I8[4 

2J  .1  1897 

4'  II  1940  60 

4i  1.  1920  25 


Temporary  Loans. 

Imperial  Government 

New  York  Loans 

Temporary  Loan  (Treasury  bills) 


Payable  in  Canada. 

Province  of  New  Brunswick  6  per  cent  loan  debentures. 

Province  of  Canada  5  per  cent  loan  debentures 

Dominion  Stock  is.-!ue  A,  6  per  cent 

A,  ;u      

B,3h       

C,  3i       1.         

r.  3i     M     

Dominion  of  Canada  War  Loan,  1915-25 

1916-31 

lUi;-37 

Debenture  Stock,  5  per  cent,  1919 

I,  5        11         school  lands 

Debenture  Stock,  oA  |)er  cent,  1919    

nS  pei  cent,  1920 

•.  5j  iier  cent,  1921    

War  Savings  Certificates  

War  Savings  and  Thrift  Stamps , 

Bond  Loan,  3Ji  per  cent,  1925-28 

Bond  Loan,  4h  per  cent,  1925-45 

Victory  Loan,  1917,  T^  jiei'  cent 

Victory  Loan,  1918,  54  jjer  cent 


Payahlc  in  New  York. 


5  per  cent  Bond  Loan,  191.5-35 

5  per  cent  Public  Service  Loan,  1916  . 


Donn'nion  Notes 

Provincial  Notes,  Nova  Scotia 

Unpaid  Warrants,  Piince  Edward  Island 


Savings  B.inks. 


Dominion  Government  Savings  Banks 

Post  Office  Savings  Banks. ...      .    .    

Saving'*  Banks,  Nova  Scotia  Suspense  Account. 
Savings  Banks,  Nova  Scotia  Interest  Account . . 


Seignecri.\l  Account. 


Comiiensation  to  Seigneurs  . . 
Compensation  to  Township?. 


Carried  forward . 

-n 


26,701, 

23,467 

15,05(1, 

137,058, 

8,071, 
18.250, 
10,950, 

4.888, 
93.926, 
24,333, 


cts 


842  68 
206  27 
006  66 
841  00 
230  16 
000  00 
000  00 
185  64 
666  66 
333  33 


214,133,333  31 
75,001,000  00 
73,820,000  00 


600  00 
400  CO 
000  00 
836  67 
100  00 
666  67 
800  00 
000  00 
300  00 
,800  UO 
,500  00 
,000  00 
,5.50  00 
250  00 
,550  00 
,493  50 
,033  83 
,678  36 
,351  17 
134  04 
21.7  54 


12. 

74, 

48, 

60, 

51,195, 

63,066, 

92,607, 

3,230, 

14,934, 

11,454, 

929, 

1  222, 

lL604i 

1.524, 

12,404, 

95,207, 

541,250, 

575,048, 


873,000  00 
75,000,000  00 


11,396,364  .36 

41,654,920  36 

977  81 

4,7.55  69 


33,305  63 
153  00 


S  cts. 


362,703,312  40 


362,954,333  31 


1,475,884,311  78 


75,873,000  00 

289,258,697  67 

39,207  40 

549  69 


53,057,018  22 


33,468  63 


2,619,803,889  00 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Balance  Sheet  Dominion  of 


Dr. 


Brought  forward   

Public  Works—  Coit. 

CanaU — Con. 

Ottawa  Works   

Quebec  Canals 

Sault  Ste.  Marie  Canals 

St.  Lawrence  Canals 

St.  Ours  Locks 

St.  Peters  Canal   

Tay  River  Navigation 

Trent  River  Navigation 

Welland  Canal 

Well  .nd  Ship  (Janal ... 

Miscellaneous 


Railways. 


Digby  and  Annapolis  Railway 

Intercolonial  Railway   

International  Radway 

Prince  Edward  Island  Railway . . 

National  Transcontinental  Railway   

New  Brunsviick  and  Prince  Edward  Island  Railway 

Hudson  Bay  Railway 

New  Cars  for  Uis  Royal  Highnes.1  the  Governor  General. 

North  Railway 

Quebec  Bridge 

Miscellaneous 

Quebec  and  Saguenay  Railway 

Canadian  Government  Railways 


SuTidry  Works. 


Bare  Point  Breakwater 

Cape  Tormentine  Harbour 

Esquiraalt  Graving  Dock 

Georgian  Bay  to  ilontreal  Waterway  Survey 

Government  Buildings,  Ottawa 

Improvement  to  the  St.  Lawrence . 

Kingston  Graving  Dock 

Land  and  Cable  Telegraph  Lines 

Levis  Graving  Dock  

Montreal  Harbour  Improvements 

New  Dominion  Building,  Toronto . 

Port  Arthur  and  Fort  William  Harbour  and  River  Kaministique. 

Halifax  Dry  Duck 

Port  Colborne  Harbour 

Quebec  Harbour  Improvements 

Rainy  Ri  ver.  Lock  and  Dam 

St.  Andrews  Rapids  including  Red  River  Improvements 

St.  John  Harbour  Improvements 

Tiffin  Harbour  Improvements 

Vancouver  Harbour 

Victoria  Harbour,  Ontario,  Improvements 

Victoria  Harlxjur,  British  Columbia,  Improvements 

Yukon  Territories  Works 

Toronto  Harbour   • 


Militia. 


Carried  forward. 


Amount. 


15,003,251  05 


16, 
29, 
16, 


875,244  17 
34,841  69 
fl.'«5,809  42 
145,085  97 
5,690  91 
492,023  82 
615,550  17 
913,800  69 
.S96,775  66 
550,911  77 
125  00 


120, 


11, 
164, 


20, 


21 


660,683  09 
220,732  24 
7,662  45 
451,124  15 
035,738  54 
300,911  89 
794,  •4-15  17 

71,538  82 
2.50,000  00 
707,889  84 

18,000  00 
342,804  22 
786,967  17 


217,il95 
236,860 
,279,571 
918,796 
,69.5,915 
,979,653 
556,589 
3t8,.S20 
971,.592 
,060,342 
,166,  W6 
,420,405 
3,627 
904,459 
,083,009 
133 
,569.845 
,111,043 
481,621 
,582,4.34 
761,801 
,0i>6,228 
,921,392 
,968,365 


Total. 


S         cts. 
329,224,623  29 


124,969,110  32 


3S7,64S,497  58 


99,.^S6,6.^5  19 
12,118,150  87 


953,297,036  25 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 
Canada  on  March  31,  1919. 


Cr. 


Brought  forward. 


Trust  Funds. 


Bauk  Circulation  Redemption  Fund . 

Common  School  Fund 

Indian  Funds 


Province  Accounts. 

Province  of  British  Columbia  Debt  Account 

!■  Manitoba  Debt  Account 

n  Nova  Scotia  Debt  Account  ...    

K  New  Brunswick  Dtbt  Account . 

M  Ontario  Debt  Accjunt  47  Vic.  c.  4. . . . 

II  Prince  Edwaid  Island  Debt  Account 

II  Quebec  Debt  Account  47  Vic.  c.  4. . . . 


Miscellaneous  and  Banking  Accounts. 

.Alberta  Government  Seed  Grain  .Account 

Alberta  School  Lands 

Atlantic  and  Lake  Superior  Ry.  Co 

BanquK  du  Peui)le.  Special  Account 

B.anque  St.  Hyacinthe,  Special  Account 

Banque  St.  .Jean,  Si^ecial  Account 

Banque  Ville  Marie.  Special  Account 

Bank  of  Yarmouth,  Sj^cial  Account 

Behiing  Sea  Indemnity 

Board  of  Pension  Commissioners,  Special  Account 

Briton,  Medical  and  General  Life  Association,  Special  Account 

Central  Bank,  Special  Account 

Collinghood  Harbour,  Special  Account   

Columbia  River,  Special  Account 

Commercial  Bank  of  Manitoba,  Special  Account 

Contractors  Security 

Copyright  Duties  

Decayed  Pilots  Fund  Account 

Empress  of  Ireland  Relief  Fvmd,  special  account  

iFort  Osborne  Barra^;ks,  si)ecial  account   

French  Government  Account   

Government  Annuities  .\ccount   

Insurance  Fund 

Intercolonial  and  Prince  Edward  Island  Railway  Employees  Provident 

Fund 

Interprovincial  Bridge  over  Restigouche,  special  account 

Labfiur  Department,  special  account 

Land  Assurance  Fund,  special  account 

Halifax  Pilots  I'ension  Fund    

Interior  Department,  suspense  account  

Law  Fees,  Maritime  Court,  Ontario. 

Manitoba  School  Lands 

Militia  and  Defence,  sfwcial  account   

National  Transcontinental  Railway,  apprentice  fund 

Ontario  Bank,  siif-cial  account 

Ontario  Farmers  Gift 

Pelagic  Sealing 

Post  Office  Account       

Prisoners  of  War  

Railways  and  Canals,  suspense  account 

Railway  (Jrade  Crossing  Fund 

Retirement  Fund         

Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police,  special  account  


Carried  forward . 


Amount. 


cts. 


5,867,1S8  40 
2,646,304  65 
9,238,786  67 


583,021  40 
3,578,H41  20 
1,055,924  25 

529,2i)9  39 
2,848,289  .■|2 

77.5.791  83 
2,549,213  61 


8,784  19 

5.S7,658  43 

1,521  82 

14,480  85 

7  741  09 

2,047  23 

4,549  09 

1.024  82 

8,022  05 

8,371  63 

179  74 

2,225  94 

12,304  80 

2,989  16 

6,460  50 

1,077,553  78 

76  37 

68,809  53 

1,144  61 

62,947  27 

23,042  66 

3,634,064  69 

668,838  46 

395,120  03 

8,837  70 

1,7J3  71 

8,413  21 

4.5,437  44 

231  44 

408  25 

443,945  09 

2,144  14 

1,298  54 

21,559  38 

25  61 

189,336  25 

4,819,845  10 

131,979  31 

40,738  ii5 

1,716,3.35  88 

5,881,869  78 

140,583  60 


Total. 


S         cts. 
2,619,803,889  00 


17,752,279  72 


11,920,481  20 


20,054,661  84     2,649,476,649  92 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920    . 

Balance  Sheet  Dominion  of 


Ur. 


Amount. 


Brought  forward 

Province  Accounts. 


Province  of  Nova  Saitia  Suspense  Account .    ... 
Province  o   Prince  Edward  Island  Land  Account. 
Province  of  Quebec  Debt  Account 


MiSOELLANBOUS  AND  BANKING  AcCOU.sTS. 


Alien  Enemy    

Agriculture  "Feed  for  Live  Sttick  " 

Agriculture  "Seed  Peas  and  Beans" 

Bank  of  Montreal,  Provincial  Note  Suspen.se 

Bank  of  Montre.al,  Victory  Loan  Trading  Account 

ISank  of  England,  Sus|)ense  Account    

Calgary  and  Edmonton  Railway  Special  Account 

Canada  Food  Board,  Tractor  Account 

Cash  Suspense 

Copper  Coinage 

Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Land  Grant 

Canadian  Northern  Railway  Special  Account 

Gold  Coinage    

High  Commissioner  Suspense  Accoun    

Imperial  Government  Accounts , 

Italian  Government  Account      

King's  Printer  Advance,  "Statronery 

Qu'Appelle  Lung  Lake  and  Saskatchewan  Railway  Special  Account. . . . 

Russian  Government  .\ccount 

Saskatchewan  Seed  Grain  Account 

S&ed  Grain  and  Relief  Account 

Silver  Coinage 

Sinking  Funds  Special  Account 

Sinking  Fund  Special  Account — War  Loan  1915-25 

Southern  Alberta  Land  Co 

Canada  Grain  Act 

United  States  Government,  Hay  Account     

Railway  Equipment   Department  of  Railways  and  Cana  s 

War  Loan  191«-31 

Canadian  Government  Railway  (Open  Account)   

Canadian  Government  Railway  (Stores  Accounts)   

Soldiers  Land  Settlement  Board 

St.  John  &  Quebec  Railway   Ooen  A^xpount) 

St.  John  &  Queb«c  Railway      tores  Accounts) 


Cash. 


Receiver  General,  Ottawa 
Receiver  General,  London. 


Less— Bank  of  Montreal,  New  York . 

Specie  Reserve 

Carried  forward 


40,315  94 

782,402  33 

1,473,609  t!3 


20, 

511, 

257, 

28, 

5,772, 

59, 

303, 

14, 

20, 

.SO, 

23, 

342, 

859, 

5, 

443,795, 

175, 

53.5, 

74, 

3H, 

131, 

5,250, 

1,170, 

1,728, 

O 

354! 

142, 

186, 

33,955, 

C,118, 

11.497, 

1,408. 

6, 

1, 


690  07 
565  89 
911  61 
431  33 
095  67 
527  05 
323  42 
572  08 
307  17 
784  77 
,674  43 
,805  68 
,450  19 
637  til 
,649  67 
,921  73 
,318  17' 
,416  01 
,098  07 
,992  75 
,848  78 
,158  62 
,.S49  50 
,837  37 
,684  00 
,127  96 
,580  15 
,867  07 

m  50 

115  41 
649  13 
554  31 
495  19 
494  56 


131,073,080  01 
4,108,544  71 

135.181,624  72 
1,629,242  88 


Total. 


S         cts, 
953,297,036  25 


2,296,327  90 


514,823,993  22 


l.S3„552,381  84 
122,227.367  08 


1,726,197,106  29 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

Canada  on  March  31,  1919. 


Ca. 


Brought  forward 

MiSCELLANKOCS  AND  BaKKING  ACCOUNTS-  Con. 


St.  Stephens  Bank  Special  Account 

Saskatchewan  School  Lands 

St.  Helen's  Island  Special  Account 

Strathcona  Trust  Fund .... 

Superannuation  Fund 

Three  Rivers  Harbour  Sinking  Funds 

Trade  and  Commerce  Suspense  Account 

Unpaid  Coupons 

Unpaid  Debentures 

Unpaid  Warrants  of  former  years 

Unpaid  Dividends,  British  Columbia - . 

Canada 

Dominion  Stock    ..     

New  Brunswick 

Nova  Scotia 

Prince  Edward  Island 

3  p.c.  1894  stock 

Victory  Loan,  1917 

Victory  Loan,  1917,  Suspense  Account 

n                „       Canvassers' Suspense  Account. 
War,  Special  Account 


Carried  forward. 


Amount. 


S    cts. 

$         cts. 

20,054,661  84 

2,649,476,649  92 

11,698  67 

1,107,536  89 

19,783  10 

.500,000  00 

551,056  54 

2,049  81 

281,218  93 

1,208,734  47 

973  33 

49  36 

33  67 

4,663  18 

3,794  33 

1,279  00 

795  80 

867  25 

21  15 

2,700  18 

1,501,407  77 

1,088  72 

1,904,660  86 

27,159,074  85 

Total. 


2,676,635,724  77 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Balance  Sheet  Dominion  of 


PR. 


Brought  forward 

Territorial  AooonNT. 


North  West  Territories  Organization 

North  West  Territories  Purchase 

Add — Dominion  Lands  to  March  31,  1911. 


Less — Received  from  Dominion  Lands. 


Add — Expenses  connected  with  North  West  Rebellion. 
Railwat  AcconNTS. 


Canadian  Pacific  Railway 

Grand  Trunk  Railway,  Debenture  Accounts. 
Grand  Trunk  Railway,  Interest  Account. . . . 
Grand  Trunk  Railway,  Special  Account 


Consolidated  Fund. . 
Total. 


Amount. 


1,460,000  00 

1,460,000  00 

10,425,395  92 


13,345,395  92 
4,275,526  II 

9,069,869  81 
826,077  87 


62,789,776  09 

15,142,633  34 

10,457,458  01 

7,302  18 


Total. 


$  cts. 

1,726,197,106  29 


9,835,947  68 


88,3i>7,169  62 
852,145,501  18 


2,676,635,724  77 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 
Canada  on  March  31,  1919. 


Cr. 


Brought  forward. 


Amount. 


cts. 


Total. 


8  ets. 

2,676,635,724  77 


2,676,63.5,724  77 


10 


d'epartment  of  FiyAycE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Statements  of  the  Receipts  and  Payments  of 


Receipts. 


Ck>NSOLU>ATED  FoND. 


Customs 

Excise 

Post  Office 

Revenue  from  Public  Works 

M  Minor  Public  Works 

It  Railways 

•I  Canals    - . .      

Interest  on  Investments     

Patent  Fees 

Casual 

Ordnance  Lands   

Fines  and  Forfeitui-es 

Premium,  Discount  and  Exchange 

Mariners  Fund 

Electric  Li^ht 

Steamboat  Inspection 

Gas  Inspection 

Weights  and  Measures 

Cullers  Fees 

Law  Stamps 

Penitentiaries  . .      

Insurance  Inspection 

Fisheries 

Canada  Gazette 

Superannuation  Fund , 

Lighthouse  and  Coast  Service 

Dominion  Steamers .... 

Military  College 

Militia 

Civil  Service  Examination  Fees 

Dominion  Lands 

Militia  Peiisious 

Inspection  of  Staples 

Royal  North  West  Mounted  Police  Officers  Pensions. 

Chinese  Revenue 

War  Tax  Revenue 


Lo.\NS. 

Temporary  Loans — 

Imperial  Government 

Treasury  Bills 

5  per  cent  l)ebenture  Stock  1919 

War  Saving  Certificates 

Victory  Lo. in.  1917 

5i  per  cent  Debenture  Stock,  1919 

5A  per  cent  DeWnture  Stock,  1920 

5|  per  cent  Debenture  Stock,  1921 

^t'ar  Saving  and  Thrift  Stamps 

Victory  Loan,  1918 

5  per  cent  Debenture  Stock,  1919.     School  Lands. 


Saving  Ba.vks 

Dominion  Notes. 


Trust  Funds. 


Bank  Circulation  Redemption  Fund  , 

Common  School  Fund 

Indian  Fund 


Carried  forward. 


214,133, 

214,121, 

107, 

647, 

780, 

11,454, 

929, 

1,222, 

1,640, 

575.048, 

3,876, 


333  31 
250  00 
500  00 
661  70 
470  99 
b50  00 
250  00 
550  00 
166  28 
267  54 
000  00 


206,951  65 

4,427  39 

1,569,663  54 


Amount. 

Total 

S          cts. 

S         cts. 

147,169,187  98 

30,342,034  26 

21,603,542  09 

317,546  94 

79,117  08 

37,967.550  84 

387,654  90 

7,421,001  58 

275.708  85 

2,910,189  73 

4,819  27 

228,815  17 

532,848  90 

69,243  65 

88,071  25 

2,774  61 

55,701  45 

134,889  70 

1,229  49 

8,628  10 

132,958  13 

64,683  98 

123.114  29 

29,413  70 

26,068  67 

X35-00 

13,620  92 

54,428  13 

35,95)  M 

11,568  00 

3,539,927  50 

23,840  96 

1,082,069  63 

4,0.'50  26 

2,026,669  00 

56,177,508  33 

312,946,747  18 

1,023,960,999  82 

16,761,819  73 
193,245,500  00 


1,781,042  58 


•1,548,696,106  31 


PUBLJC  ACCOVXTS 


11 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.   2 

Canada  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1919. 


Payments. 


CoNsoLiii.^TKi)  Fund. 


Interest  on  Public  Debt 

Charges  of  Management 

Sinking  Funds   

Premium,  Discount  and  Exchange 

Civil  Government   

Administration  of  Justice 

Dominion  Police       

Legislation       

Penitentiaries 

Agriculture 

Immigration 

Quarantine 

Pensions 

Superannuation 

Militia 

Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police 

Public  Works,  Income 

Railways  and  Canals,  Income   

Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamboats  Subventions. 

Ocean  and  River  Service   

Lighthouse  and  Coast  Service 

Marine  Hos]>itals   

Steaniljoat  IusiJ«'Ction '. 

Fisheries 

Geological  Survey   

Scientific  Institutions 

Subsidies  to  Provinces 

Indians 

Government  of  the  Northwest  Territories. . . 

Miscellaneous 

Yukon  Provisional  District 

Customs 

Exercise 

Weights,  Measures,  Gas  and  Electric  Light. . 

Adulteration  of  Food 

Post  Office 

Public  Works  Collection 

Railways  and  Canals  Collection 

Dominion  Lands 

Trade  and  Commerce 

Naval  Service 

Labour 

Soldiers  Land  Settlement 


Bank  Circulation  Redemption  Fund . 
Indian  Fund 


Redbmption  of  Dkbt. 

Temptjrary  Loan  Imperial  (Jovernment 

New  York  Temporary  Loan  1915 

Treasury  Bills 

Dominion  Stock  Issue  A  3J  per  cent 

"  B  3J  per  cent  

5  pel  cent  Debenture  Stock  1919 

War  Savings  Certificates         

War  Savings  and  Thrift  Stamps 

Compens.ilicm  to  Seigneurs 


Trust  Funds. 


Carried  forward . 


Amount. 


77,431 

7-a, 

1,448, 

582, 
7,2,H 
1,495, 

148, 
1,766, 
1,007. 
3,884. 
],U2,i 

227, 
18,282, 

495, 
3,253, 

719, 
6,295, 

559, 
1,391, 
1.365, 
1,911. 
74, 
72.; 
1,027, 

392, 

375. 

ll,3-'7, 

1,971, 

4, 

9,515, 

183. 
4,274, 
1,151, 

311, 

44,1 

19,273. 

'^77, 

45,494. 

2,247. 

1,608, 

792, 

166 

207, 


cts. 

432  10 
3.«  23 
495  .35 
.340  17 
897  46 
688  41 
488  98 
400  84 
586  40 
928  51 
079  17 
.389  18 
440  38 
016  94 
875  58 
142  73 
059  71 
695  15 
849  97 
199  29 
246  89 
291  36 
87o  53 
149  91 
018  25 
57o  33 
236  48 
172  16 
962  HO 
933  45 
243  08 
92  89 
488  81 
293  21 
621  .35 
758  11 
471  84 
,583  94 
996  55 
229  34 
182  19 
260  22 
558  94 


8,172,130  72 

25,005,000  00 

215,411,250  00 

18.000  00 

10,100  00 

100,000  00 

1,105,936  90 

116.132  45 

779  33 


1.39,372  .52 
996,014  22 


Total. 


2.32,731,282  98 


249,939,329  40 


1,135,386  74 
483,805,999  12 


12 


DEPAHTMENT  OF  FIXAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Statement  of  the  Receipts  and  Payments  of 


Receipts. 


Brought  forward . 


Investmekts. 


.  Consolidated  Fund  Investment  Account 

Loans  to  Banks,  Finance  Act,  1914.   

Imperial  (Jovernment,  Bank  oi  Montreal,  New  York  Loan 

Province  of  British  Columbia 

Huron  and  Erie  Mortgage  Corporation 


Miscellaneous. 

Agriculture,  Feed  for  Li ve  Stock 

Alberta  School  Lands    .. 

Assigned  Pay  Special  Account ' 

Bank  of  Montreal  Special  Account 

Banque  Ville-Marie  Special  Account 

Bank  of  Vancouver  Liquidation  Account 

Board  of  Pension  Commissioners,  New  York  Special  Account 

Calgary  and  Kdmonton  Railway  Special  Account 

Canada  Food  Board  "Tractor  Account"    

Canada  (irain  Act,  Government  Elevators 

Canadian  Government  Railways  Open  Account 

Canadian  Government  Railways  Stores  Account 

Canadian  Northern  Railways  Special  Account    

Ca»h  Suspense  No.  1 

Board  of  Pension  Commissioners  Special  Account 

Contractors  Securities   

Copper  Coinage 

Decayed  Pilots   , 

Dominion  Account,  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals 

Dominion  Assay  Office 

Empress  of  Ireland  Relief  Fund  Special  Account 

Fair  wages.  Suspense  Account 

Gold  Coinage  Account 

Government  Annuities 

Halifax  Relief  Fund,  Special  Account 

Halifax  Pilots  Pension  Fund ... 

High  Commissioner  for  Canada,  Suspense  Account 

Imperial  (Tovernment - 

Insurance  Fund 

Intercolonial,   Prince  Edward  Island  Railway,   Employees  Provident 

Fund : 

King's  Printer  Advance  Account 

King's  Printer  Stationery  Othce  Account 

Lund  A  surance  Fund,  Special  .Account. 

M.anitoba  Sciiool  Lands    

N.itional  Transcontinental  Railway  Apprentices,  Special  Account. . . 

National  Transcjntinental  Railway  .Medical  Fund   ....     

Outstanding  Clieques , 

Post  Office  Account 

Prisoners  of  War   

Qu'Appelle,  Long  Lake  and  Saskatchewan  Railway,  Special  Account 

Railways  and  Canals,  Suspense  Account 

Railway  Grade  Crossing  Fund 

Railway  Kquipment,  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals   

Retirement  ]''nnd 

Roy.'il  Ijank  of  Canada,  .Special  Accotnit   

Royal  North  West  Mounted  Police,  Special  Account 

Saskatchewan  ScIhhiI  I^ands. 

Seed  Grain  and  Relief  .\ccotmt&  .    .  

Seed  Grain  Advances,  1908,  Saskatchewan  Government 

Silver  Coinage  Account  


Carried  forward , 


Amount. 


2,000  00 

150,282,.5U0  00 

35,000,000  00 

3,Wl0,00n  00 

500,000  00 


649,430  15 

l,320,Sil9  82 

3,490,949  61 

2,944,3K4  00 

75  00 

45,000  00 

384,244  93 

164,497  65 

338,613  36 

1,645,032  49 

27,736,30!!  75 

15,797,899  95 

1.59,021  12 

30,562  28 

4,419  38 

1,434,907  76 

134,417  00 

8,660  46 

692  22 

6,618,320  44 

4,562  .50 

500  00 

83,628  83 

462,640  25 

1,393  53 

47,021  14 

634  4.S 

61,929,481  30 

213,050  15 


396, 
2,283, 
2,345, 

664, 

29, 

81, 

120,338, 

60, 

629, 

200, 

14,756, 

963, 

954, 

.3,143^ 
0,7J7, 


546  37 
311  91 
216  61 
293  22 
8,59  67 
81  56 
194  36 
916  90 
743  43 
313  29 
943  53 
119  27 
000  00 
313  39 
,4li3  .35 
,528  49 
5(XI  00 
093  83 
536  55 
4:<5  21 
000  10 


Total. 


S         eta. 
1,548,690,109  31 


1S8,784,.500  00 


281,632,586  49     1,737,480,609  31 


PUBLIC  ACCOUXTS 


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Canada  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1919. 


Payments. 


Brought  forward . 


iNrKSTMKNTS. 

Canatiian  Northern  Railway,  Interest  Loan  Account 

Canadian   Northern   Railway    Loan    Legislation,    1918,   Interest    and 

E(|uipment ... 

Canadian  Northern  Kaihvay,  Loan  under  War  Measures  Act 

Canadian  Northern  Railway,  Purchase  df  Capital  Stock 

Central  Canada  Loan  and  Savings  Company 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Riilway,  Appropriation  Act,  1918 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Kaih\'aj' Guaranteed  Interest  Account 

(irand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway,  Receiver  Account 

Grand  Trunk  Kaihvay  Temporary  Loan 

Huron  and  Erie  Mortgage  Corporation 

Loans  to  Banks,  Finance  Act,  191-1 

Montreal  Harbour  Commission 

(Quebec  Harbour  Commi<ssion 

Province  of  British  Coll. uibia  Loan    

Province  of  Manitoba  Loan    » 

Province  of  Saskatchewan  Loan 

Standard  Reliance  Mortgage  Corporation 

Victoria  Loan  and  Sa\  ings  Company 

The  Waterloo  County  Loan  and  Savings  Company 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway,  Interest  Loan  Account   .      

Consolidated  Fund  Investment  Account 


Miscellaneous. 


Agriculture,  Feed  for  Live  Stock 

Alberta  School  Lands 

Alien  Enemy,  Special  Account 

Assigned  Pay,  Special  Account 

Bank  of  England,  Suspense  Account 

Bank  of  Montreal,  Special  Account  

Banque  du  Peuple,  Special  Account   

Banque  St.  Hyacinthe,  Special  Account  

Banque  St.  Jean,  Special  Account 

Banque  Ville-Marie,  Special  Account 

Bank  of  Vancov.ver,  Liquidation  Account 

Bank  of  Yarmouth,  Special  .Account   ...      ....    

Board  of  Pension  Commissioner,  New  York,  Special  Account.. 

Board  of  Pension  Commissioner,  iipecial  Account 

Calgary  and  Edmonton  Railway,  Special  Account 

Canada  Food  Board,  "  Tractor  Account  " 

Canada  Grain  Act,  Government  Elevators 

Canadian  Government  Railways,  Open  Accounts 

,  Canadian  Govemnient  Railways,  Stores  Account 

Canadian  Northern  Railway,  Special  Account 

Cash  .Suspense  No.  1 

Contract<irs  Securities   

Copper  Coinage 

Decayed  Pilots 

Dominion  Account,  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals 

Dominion  Assay  Office 

Empress  of  Ireland  Relief  Fund,  Special  Account 

Fair  Wases,  Susi>ense  Account 

Gold  Coinage  Account 

Government  Annuities 

Halifax  Relief  Fund,  special  account 

Halifax  Pilots  Pension  Fund 

High  Commissioner  for  Canada,  suspense  account 

Imperial  (Government 


Carried  Forward 


Total. 


cts.  S         cts. 

4S3,805,H99  12 


541,641  75 

2o,C00,0  0  00 

15,681,021  03 

9,733,333  24 

5«P.0IJ0  00 

7,471,399  93 

5,616  37 

.500,000  00 

593, 7;»  33 

1,000,000  00 

193,245,500  00 

50.5,000  00 

281,000  00 

3,000,000  00 

. 

500,000  00 

900,000  00 

loO,000  00 

100,000  00 

225,  WjO  00 

599,024  92 

43,893  :« 

260,526,163  90 

493,551  34 

1.464,580  92 

20,690  07 

3,490,949  61 

.35,021  So 

2,944,364  00 

50  00 

190  00 

80  00 

35  00 

45,0<X)  00 

25  00 

384,244  93 

325  00 

9,112  47 

897,652  74 

1,652,045  83 

32,691,715  76 

21,089.739  63 

47,125  28 

94.075  76 

2,02;),9r,0  18 

132,351  40 

7.037  50 

692  22 

6,618,320  44 

4,613  12 

500  00 

890,201  95 

245,979  54 

1,393  53 

1,.583  70 

2.0.37  44 

385,844,954  86 

461,140,201  07 

744,332,163  02 

14 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 
Statements  of  the  Receipts  and  Payments  of 


Receipt. 


Brought  forward 

Miscellaneous— Co  >i. 


Soldiers  Land  Settlement  Loan  Account 

Superannuation  Fund  No.  2   

St.  John  and  Quebec  Kaihvay,  open  accounts 

St.  John  and  C^uebec  Railway,  stores  account. . 

Trade  and  Commerce  Suspense,  Commandeering  of  Russian  Grain  . 

Three  Rivers  Harbo\ir  Sinking  Fund   

United  States  Government,  purchase  of  hay 

Unpaid  Coupons   . .        

Unpaid  Dividends,  Dominion  Stock 

Unpaid  Dividends,  Victory  Loan,  1917 

Bank  of  Montreal,  special  account.  Victory  Loan  Trading 

Victory  Loan,  1917,  Canva.-sers  Suspense 

Victory  Loan-Suspense,  1917,  Overseas , 

Victory  Loan  -Suspense.  1918 

Sinking  Funds  Generally 

Specie  Reserve 

Cash  Accounts. 


Bank  of  Montreal,  London. . . . 
Bank  of  Montreal,  New  York. 
Cash  Credits  


Public  Works  Capital. 

St.  Andrews  Rapids 

Ch.\rges  of  Management  Loan  Account 


Amount. 


281,632,586  49 


Total. 


45, 
151, 


281 


3,980, 
1.113, 


5,177, 

1, 

1, 

112, 

694, 


434  00 
720  03 
147  07 
257  96 
218  93 
79  60 
782  38 
882  10 
115  50 
700  18 
904  33 
100  47 
501  OS 
500  00 
799  81 


148.755,682  89 

62,594,029  20 

1,672,931,273  74 


Carried  forward. 


eta. 


1,737,480,609  31 


293.206,729  93 
4,568,842  28 


1,884,280,985  83 

2,953  23 
7,484,273  83 


3,927,024,.S94  41 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


15 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

Canada  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ending  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Fay  men  te. 


Brought  forward 

MiSCKLLANBOnS— Con. 

Insurance  Fund 

Intercolonial„Prince  Edward  Island  Railway  "  Employees  Provident 

Fund" 

Suspense  Account,  Department  of  Interior 

King's  Printer  Advance  Account. ... 

King's  Printer  Stationery  Office  Account 

Mar.itoba  School  Lands , 

National  Transcontinental  Railway,  apprentice.^  special  account 

National  Transcontinental  Railway,  Medical  Fund 

Ontario  Bank,  special  account 

Outstanding  Cheques 

Post  Office  Account  .         

Prisoners  of  War 

Railway  Grade  ^^rossing  Fund 

Railway  Equipment,  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals 

Retirement  Fund 

Royal  Bank  of  Cjnada.  special  account 

Saskatchewan  Schcol  Lands 

Seed  Grain  and  Relief  Account 

Silver  Coinage  Account 

Soldiers  Land  Settlement  Loan  Account 

Superannuation  Fund  No.  2 

St.  .John  and  Quebec  Railway,  open  account 

St.  .lohn  and  Quebec  Railway,  stores  account 

St.  Stephen's  Bank,  special  account - 

Trade  and  Commeice  Suspense  Commandeering  of  Grain 

United  States  Government— Purchase  of  Hay >. . 

L'npaid  Coupons   

Unjiaid  Dividends,  Dominion  Stock 

Bank  of  Montreal,  S])ecial  Account,  Loan  Trading,  1918  

Victory  Loan  1917,  Canvassers  Suspense 

Victory  Loan  Sus|jense  1918 

Sinking  Funds  Gener£.lly   

Specie  Reserve : 


C.\8H  AccorsTs. 


Bank  of  Montreal,  London . . . . 
Bank  of  Montreal,  New  York. 
Cash  Debits   


Savings  Banks  . 
Dominion  Notes 


Railwat.s  and  Canals— Capital. 


Canadian  Government  Railway 

Hud.son  Bay  Railway 

National  Transcontintnt<il  Railway 

New  Brunswick  and  Prince  Kdward  Island  Railway. 

Quebec  Bridge 

Queljec  and  Sagiienay  Railway 

Tay  River  Navigation 

Trent  River  Navigation 

Welland  Ship  Canal 


Carried  forward. 


Amount. 


S  cts. 

461,140,201  07 

127,594  82 


342, 

.tO, 

2,283, 

2,400, 

471, 

16, 

81, 

121,277, 

26, 

8, 

48,712, 

210, 

954, 

3,111, 

6,W,S, 

2,718. 

1,408, 

17, 

154, 

8, 

221, 

3,4H6, 

34, 

7,450. 

112, 
1,'272, 


220  25 
001'  00 
311  91 
219  18 
241  53 
.569  30 
16  I  68 
157  50 
916  90 
.330  66 
847  20 
715  46 
IKO  46 
,217  58 
.528  49 
2H3  05 
339  39 
653  41 
H88  31 
219  34 
994  63 
7.52  52 

59  00 
079  74 
834  35 
257  50 
771  00 
,00(1  00 

11  75 
,.500  00 
263  60 


151,927,414  75 

48.736,49?  72 

1,(  67,347,938  64 


Total. 


10,158,422  29 

562,557  80 

1,006,876  99 

.30,121  23 

6.56,761  79 

4,639,214  32 

8,000  00 

380,059  52 

1,823,904  56 


$  cts. 

744,332,163  02 


604,649,409  56 
6,382,260  67 


1,868,011,849  11 

17,064,892  25 

154,78.5,663  25 


19,325,918  50 


3,474,5.52,156  36 


16 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FflfANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 


Receipts. 


Brought  forward . 


Total. 


Amount. 


Total. 


S  cts. 

3,927,021,394  41 


3,927,024,394  41 


PUBLIC  ACCODNTS 


17 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 


Payments. 

.\mount. 

TotaL 

S           cts. 

S          cts. 
3,474,552,156  36 

Public  Works  C.\pit.4l. 

Government  Buildings  Ottawa   

Improvement  of  the  St.  Lawrence         .         

3,260, 4a5  60 
542,774  29 
191,873  49 
842,5.59  49 
266,725  98 
324,872  63 
149,783  22 
129,226  33 

Port  Arthur  and  Fort  William  Harbour  and  River  Improvements 

Cjviebec  Harbour  Improvements 

St.  John  Harbour  Iraprovepaents 

Toronto      arbour  Improvements         

Vancouver  Harbour 

Victoria  Harbour,  B.C.  Improvements 

5,708,301  03 

Railway  Scbsidies. 

25,896  00 
17,909  32 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway 

War  ..               .    .                      

43,805  32 
446,519,439  48 

Consolidated  Fund  Account        '. 

200,692  22 

Total 

3,927,024.394  41 

2—2 


18 


DBPARTMEST  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Statement  of  the  Consolidated  Fund  of  Canada,  on  March  31,  1919. 


To  amount  of  paj'menta  (for  details  see  page  11) 
Less  Sinking  Funds 


To  Railway  Subsidies 

To  Railway  Grade  Crossin?  Fund 

To  Canadian  Government  Railways — 
Balances  written  off  the  books  of  the  Intercolonial 

Railway 

To  War  Account     '. . . .    

To  Charges  of  Management  Loan  Account : 
War  Savings  Certificates — 

Advertising 

Printing  Certificates 

h  per  cent  commission  paid  to  Banks  . .  .■ 

I  per  cent  commission  paid  to  Postmasters 

5  per  cent  Debenture  Stock — 

Advertising 

5i  per  cent  Debenture  Stock — 

Printintf  Certificates 

J  per  cent  commission  paid  to  Brokers 

5  per  cent  War  Loan,  1917/37 

Advertising 


232,731,282  HS 
1,148,495  35 


War  Savings  and  Thrift  Stamps — 

Salaries 

Office  contingencies,  postage,  etc  . 

Printing  and  Stationery 

Printing  pamphlets,  etc , 

Printing  posters 

Ad  vertising 

Expenses  of  District  Committees. 

Convention  Expenses 

Travelling  Expenses   

Rents 

Express  and  freight 

Telegams  and  telephone 

Translation 


5J  per  cent  Victory  Loan,  1917— 

Salaries 

Printing  and  Stationery 

Printing  bonds   

Printing  lists  of  unclaimed  bonds. 

Express •.   

Insurance 

Ad  vertising 

Telegrams 

Postage  

Cartage 

Telephone 


5J  per  cent  Victory  Loan,  1918 — 

Salaries 

Office  contingencies 

Printing  and  Stationery ". 

Postage  and  Insurance 

Printing  1,575,000  receipt  forms 

Servicf  B  for  determining  remuneration  to  Brokers. 

Travelling  exjienses 

Telephone 


Carried  forward . 


24  G4 

293  60 

1,815  70 

921  21 


290  00 
12,838  33 


32,307  52 

6,555  85 

81.721  00 

4,931  90 

17.319  91 

55,483  2S 

17,400  68 

2,593  09 

8,34S  65 

2,084  31 

1,B58  17 

904  85 

4  00 


224,760  76 

55,920  78 

8,748  00 

4,800  00 

1,656  24 

486  24 

450  00 

397  41 

270  13 

186  75 

30  64 


67,736  57 

502  87 

45,  .569  38 

12,428  34 

11,812  50 

2,000  00 

1,967  94 

157  60 


Dr. 


cts. 


231,282,787  63 

43,805  32 
200,000  00 


692  22 

446,519,439  48 


3,055  15 
149  12 

13,128  33 
48  72 


231,313  21 


297,706  95 


142,175  20  I  678,592,126  13 


Ch. 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


19 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.   2 

Statement  of  the  Consolidated  Fund  on  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Brought  forward 


5  per  cent  Victory  Loan,  1918 — Concluded. 

Translations 

Telegrams 

Express   

Cartajre,  etc   

Labour 

Rolland  Puper  Co..  Ltd.  "Dandy  Roll " 

To  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts,  1917-18 

By  charges  of  management  Loan  Account — 
Refund  by  W.   S.   Leslie,  Canvassers'  Commission 

Victory  Loan,  1918 

By  charges  of  management  Loan  Account — 

Bemg  amounts  cljarged  from  time  to  time  against 
charges  of  management  Loan  Account,  in  connec- 
tion with  the  Capitalization  of  Temporary  Loans 
in  London,  now  written  off  by  agreement  with  the 

Imperial  Treasury   

By  amount  of  receipts  (for  details  see  page  10) 

By  balance  1918-19- 


S        cts, 
142,175  20 


135  00 
77  60 
73  69 

262  2c 
62  26 

l.=)7  41 


Db. 


S        cts. 
678,.592,126  13 


142,943  41 
494,529,797  54 


,173,264,867  08 


Cr. 


$    cts. 


48  00 


8,172,130  72 
D12,H46,747  18 
852,145,501  18 


1,173,264.867  08 


CASH  ACCOUNT. 
(For  details  see  Statement  of  Receipts  and  Paj-ments  page  10). 


»_ 

Dr. 

Or. 

To  Balance  from  Fiscal  Year  1917-18- 

Canadian  Bank.s  cash  debits  on  account  of  1917-18. 

Bank  of  Montreal,  London 

Bank  of  Montreal,  New  York 

•S        cts 

136,656,415  11 

936,812  85 

12,228,290  60 

•?         cts. 

149,821,518  56 

774,021,670  42 

38,459,836  75 

80,21.5,464  20 

645,655  84 

$         cU. 

To  Amount  of  Receipts  over  Disbursements- 
Loan  Accobnt.s         

Dominion  Notes 

Consolidated  Fund  Account,  1918-19 

Trust  Funds 

By  Amount  of  Disbursements  over  Receipts — 

Capital  and  Special  Accounts 

17,791,490  01 

War                  

446.519,439  48 

71,741,663  90 

1,81.3,418  39 

303,072  52 

Miscellaneous  and  Banking  Accounts 

371,442.679  63 

By  Balance  to  Fiscal  Year  1919-20— 

Canadian  Banks  Cash  Debits  on  accounts  1918-19. 
Bank  of  Montreal,  Lcndon   

Less  Bank  of  Montreal,  New  York 

131,073.080  01 
4,108,544  71 

135,181,624  72 
1,629,242  88 

133,5.52,381  84 

1,04.'?.164,145  77 

1,043,164,145  77 

20 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


'  10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Statement  showing  the  portion  of  the  Funded  Debt  payable  in 


Act  47  Vic,  Cap.  3.. 


Act  51  Vic,  Cap.  2 ..     .. 

Acts  5i-56  Vic,  Cap.  3  and  57-oS 
Vic,  Cap.  1 

Act  60-61  Vic,  Cap.  3 

Act  51  Vic,  Cap.  32 

Act  7-8  Ed.  VII,  Cap.  4 

Act  3  Ed.  VII,  Cap.  71  and  6-7  Ed. 
VII,  Cap.  7  and  7-8  Ed.  VII, 
Cap.  4,  8-9,  Ed.  VII,  Caps.  35 
and  19,  2  Geo.   V,  Cap.  1 


3-4  Geo.  v.,  Cap.  3. 
4-5  Geo.  v.,  Cap.  59. 


Totals  bearing  interest . 
Total  interest 


At  2J  per  cent 
interest. 


£      s.  d. 


1,004,421  14    2 


1,004,421  14    2 


25,110  10  10 


At  3  per  cent 
interest. 


s.  d. 


1,658,471  18  11 
6,000,000    0    0 


■,658,471  IS  11 


229,754    3    2 


At  3J  per  cent 
interest. 


£       s.  d. 
4,822,028  13    3 


3,093,700    0    0 


28,162,775  11    0 


36,078,504    4    3 


1,262,747  12  11 


At  3|  per  cent 
interest. 


5,486,680    0    0 


5,486,680    0    0 


205,750  10    2 


PUBLIC  ACCOVNTS 


21 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  2 

London,  March  31,  1919,  and  the  Annual  Interest  payable  thereon. 


At  4  p^r  cent 
interest. 

At  4A  per  cent 
interset. 

Total 
Sterling. 

Total 
Currency. 

Maturing. 

£      s.  d. 

£      s.  d. 

£        8.   d. 

4,822,028  13    3 

l,65S,471  18  11 

6,000,000    0    0 
1,004,421  14    2 
3.093,700    0    0 
5,4S6,680    0    0 

28,162,775  11    0 

19,300,000    0    0 

5,000:000    0    0 

S        c. 

23,467,206  27 

8,071,230  16 

29,200,OrO  00 

4,8&'<,18o  64 

15,056,('06  66 

26,701,842  68 

137,058,841  00 
93,926,666  60 
£4.333,333  33 

1,  1934. 
July  1,  1938. 

- 

.July  1,  1938. 

October  1,  1947. 

.Tulv  1,  1938. 

.7uly  1,  1919  (or  after  July  1, 1914,  the 

whole  or  tny  portion bydrawings 
on  giving  3  months'  notice). 

.Tuly  1,  19501  or  after  July  1   1930,  on 

19,300,000    0    0 

giving  6  months'  notice). 
October  1 ,  1960  (on  or  after  October  1, 

5,00'),000    0    0 

1940,  ongiving3  months'  notice. 
May  1,  1925  (on  or  after  May  1,  1920 
on  giving  3  months'  notice). 

19,300,000    0    0 

5,000,000    0    0 

74,528,077  17     4 

.362,703,312  40 

772,000     0    0 

22.5,000    0    0 

2,720,362  17    1 

13,239,099  22 

22 


DKPABTilEyr  OF  FIXAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Statement  of  the  Sinking  Funds  of  Canada  showing  amount  invested  to 

March  31,  1919. 


Account  brought  forward  from  last  year  as  per  Public  Accounts  1917-18. 

Loan  of  1884,  3J  per  cent   

Loan  of  1930— &0,  3i  per  cent   

Loan  of  1940—60,  4"per  cent   


§17,216,180  41 
453,528  70 
605,505  33 
389,461  32 


§18,664,675  76 


Statement  showing  the  Loans  Authorized,  amounts  Issued  and  Redeemed,  and 
the  balance  negotiable  under  the  several  Acts  of  Parliament,  on  March  31, 
1919. 


- 

- 
Dr. 

•S        cts. 

1918. 

r 

Cb. 

-S        cts. 

1918. 
April  1. 

To  balance  

To  amount    of    Debt    re- 
deemed— 

54,177,950  23 

2?,100  00 

5,000  00 

25,000,000  00 

303,072  52 

100,000,000  00 

By   Receipts   fron\   Tem- 
porary Loan  1917,  New 
York             

100,000,000  00 

By  Balance  negotiable . . . 

Temporary     Loan,      New 
York,  1915 

Temporary     Loan,     New 
York    1917.           

To  Payments  over  Receipts 
in  Savings  Bank,  April, 
1918.  to  April  1,  1919... 

To  7-8  Geo.  V Cap.  3 ''The 
Public      Ser\ice      Loan 
1917" 

To  Balance  April  1,  1919.. 

79,514,122  75 
179,514,122  75 

179,514,122  75 

79,514,122  75 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 


Year. 


1868 

1869  .... 

1870 

1871 

1872  

1873.... 
1874  .... 
1875. .  . 

1876  .... 

1877  .. 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882.  ... 

1883 

1884  .  .. 

1885 

1886 

1887  ... 

1888  ..  . 

1889  .... 

1890 

1891 

1892  .... 

1893  

1894  

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898  .. 

1899  .  . 

1900  .... 

1901 

1902  

190.S  ..  .. 
1904  .... 

1905 

1906 

1907  9  m03, 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916  

1917 

1918 

1919 


Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Consolidated 

Fund. 


S       cts. 

13,486,092  96 
14,038,084  00 
14,345,509  58 
15,623,081  72 
17,589,468  82 
19,174,647  92 
23,316,316  75 
23,713,071  04 
24,488,372  11 
23,519,.301  77 
23,503,158  25 
24,455,381  56 
24,850,634  45 
25,502,554  4: 
27,067,103  58 
28,730,157  45 
31,107,706  25 
35,037,060  12 
39,011,612  26 
35,657,680  16 
36,718,494  79 
36,917,834  76 
35,994,031  4: 
36,343,567  96 
36,765,894  18 
36,814,052  90 
37,585,025  52 
38,132,005  05 
36,949,142  03 
38,349.759  84 
38,832,525  70 
41,903,500  54 
42,975,279  51 
46,8(i6,367  84 
50,759,391  9: 
51,691,902  76 
55,612,832  70 
63.319,682  86 
67,240,640  95 
.51,542,161  09 
76,641,451  59 
84,064,232  38 
79,411,747  12 
87,774,198  32 
98,161,440  77 
112,059,537  41 
127,384,472  99 
135,523.206  54 
130,350,726  90 
118,599,343  23 
178,281,312  83 
232,731,282  98 


2,856,517,042  65 


E.xpenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Capital. 


§        cts 

548,437  58 

440,418  40 

3,515,116  18 

3,670,396  51 

7,853,049  79 

19,859,441  17 

10,177,740  06 

6,922,742  33 

7,154,007  94 

7,599,709  55 

6,657,200  36 

5,648,331  66 

8,241,173  98 

8.176.316  50 
7,405,637  06 

14,147,359  76 
23,977,702  44 
13,220,186  35 
9,589,734  19 
4,439,938  72 
7,162,964  26 
4,420,313  6f; 
4,053,158  98 
3,115,860  04 
2,164,456  78 

3.088.317  60 
3,862,969  67 
3.030,490  40 
3,781,311  21 
3,523,160  23 
4,143,503  39 
5,936,342  94 
7,4(58,843  24 
7,695,488  34 

10,078,6aS  06 
7,052  724  58 
7,881,718  54 
11,933,491  91 
11,913.871  11 
11,329,143  82 
30,429,906  86 
42,593,166  97 
29,756,353  38 
30,852,963  38 
30,9:59,575  95 
27,206,046  13 
37,180,175  93 
41,447,320  03 
38,566,950  .50 
26,880.031  51 
4,3,111.903  63 
25,031,266  30 


696,877,068  86 


Railway 
Subsidies. 


208,000 

403,245 
2,701,249 
1,406,533 
1,027,041 

846,721 
1,678,195 
1,265,705 
1,248,215 

811,394 
1,229,885 
1,310,549 
3,228,745 

416,955 
1,414,934 
3,201,220 

725,720 
2,512.328 
2,093,939 
1,463,222 
2,046,878 
1,275,629 
1,637,574 
1  324,889 
2,037,629 
1,785,887 
2,048,097 
1,284,892 

859,400 
4, 935,  .'.07 
19,036,236 
5,191,.507 
1,400,171 

959,583 

720,404 
43,805 


75,781,897  36 


War. 


cts. 


60,750,476  01 

166.197,755  47 

.306,488,(-14  63 

343,836,801  98 

446,ol9,4.''.9  48 

1,323,793.287  57 


Other  charges. 


S   etc. 

37,157  98 
429,663  24 
155,988  18 


223, 

5, 

4, 

2,253, 

315, 

1,388, 

.385, 

676, 

949, 

117, 

201. 

21 

2,567 

502, 

10,534, 


456  13 

718  .8 
018  90 
097  17 
764  40 
984  38 
412  99 
225  30 
947  08 
771  74 
884  75 
368  75 
452  84 
587  06 
973  07 


155,623  07 

1,333,327  81 

44,946  56 

68,074  32 

2,093,569  43 

139,963  34 

330,353  60 

399,293  89 

137,185  19 

682,880  52 

943,317  19 

501,571  76 

1,.547,623  74 

908,681  42 

1,03S,830  83 

1,538,722  13 

6.713,617  94 

2,275,334  47 

2,485,555  29 

1,.581,944  36 

3,469,692  12 

4,998,2:17  .55 

4,179,576  15 

2,949,196  72 

7,181.665  23 

25,5,786  93 

2,640,161  94 

5,186,016  27 

3,186,898  20 

15,275,345  03 

10,706.786  72 

-7,283,581  61 


98,437,671  15 


Total 
Disbursements. 


Ii071, 

14,908. 

18,016 

19.293, 

25,665 

39,039, 

33,498 

32,888, 

31,958, 

32,507. 

30,545, 

30,779, 

34,041, 

33,796, 

34.674 

42,898, 

57,860, 

49,163 

61,837 

41,504 

45,064, 

43,518, 

41,770, 

40,793, 

42,272, 

40.853, 

43,008, 

42,872. 

44,096 

42,972. 

45,334. 

51,542 

52,717, 

57,982, 

63,970, 

61,746 

72,255, 

78,804, 

83,277, 

65.778, 

112,578, 

133,441, 

115,395, 

122,861, 

137,142 

144,456 

186,241, 

248,098, 

339,702, 

498,203, 

570,660, 

697,042, 


cts. 

,688  52 
,165  64 
,613  94 
,478  23 
,974  74 
,807  57 
i,075  71 
,910  54 
,144  45 
,995  70 
,771  60 
,938  52 
,756  11 
,642  66 
,625  39 
,885  96 
,861  53 
,077  53 
,568  52 
.151  88 
.124  04 
,198  06 
,332  73 
,208  19 
,136  32 
,727  91 
,233  89 
1,338  44 
,383  92 
,755  89 
,281  06 
,635  29 
,466  84 
,866  46 
,799  86 
,571  81 
,047  63 
,138  77 
,641  72 
.138  57 
,679  87 
,521  29 
,773  70 
,250  46 
,082  20 
,877  82 
,047  63 
,526  33 
,502  49 
,118  28 
,209  91 
212  47 


5,051,406,967  59 


PUBLIC  ACOOUNTS 


25 


SESSiONAL  PAPER  No.  2 


Consolidated 
Fund 

Receipts. 


13,GS7,928  4<l 
14,379,174  52 
ld,512,i2o  "0 
ia,33o,5tiO  81 
20,714,813  bs 
20,bl3,4t)9  45 
a4,203.ljy2  54 
24,(j4S,715  U4 
2:i,d8i,oS7  05 
22,059,274  XI 
22,375,011  88 
22,517,382  14 
23,307,401}  69 
29,635,297  54 
33,383,455  52 
35,794,6 19  SO 
31,661,961  73 
32,797.001  22 
33,177,040  39 

33.754.993  25 
35,908,463  53 

38.782.870  23 
39,879,925  41 
3s,579,310  88 

36.921.871  60 
38,168,608  85 
36,374,693  07 
33,978,129  47 
36,618,590  72 
37,829,778  40 
40,i>55,238  OS 
46,741,249  54 

51.029.994  0 
52,514,701  13 
58,050,790  03 
66,037,068  93 
70,669,816  82 
71,182,772  67 
80,139,360  07 
67,969,328  29 
98,054,000  81 
85,093,404  35 

101,503,710  93 
117,780,409  78 
136,108,217  36 
168,089,903  45 
163,174,394  56 
i;«,073,481  73 
172,147,838  27 
232,701,294  00 
260,778,952  55 
312,1)46,747  18 


3,456,533,463 16 


Other 
Receipts. 


Total 
Receipt*. 


27,431  71 
39,475  98 


157,121  90 

302,560  39 

1,008  58 

4,468  22 

868,486  44 

31,245  49 

4.503,142  76 

57,140  21 

l,7fl9,093'69 

1,009,019  15 

9.53,264  00 

5.>7,039  59 

302,842  41 

537  66 


40,000  00 
190  14 


1,272  03 

1,853  41 

1,472  69 

l,a31  63 

1,543  31 

3,311,015  17 

9,434  67 

3,299  83 

2,033  76 

2,781  36 

910  91 

456,175  41 

112,764  bo 

103,918  58 


S      cts. 


524  04 


1,555  30 


13,687,928 
14,379,174 
15,539,657 
19,375,036 
20,714,813 
20,970,591 
24,507,652 
24,649,723 
22.592,055 
22,927,760 
22,40(;,257 
27,020,524 
23,364,546 
29,635,297 
35,182.549 
36,803,668 
32,815,225 
33,354,040 
33,479,882 
35,755,530 
35,908,463 
38,782.870 
39,879,925 
.'kS,579,310 
36,921,871 
38,208,608 
30,374,883 
33.978,129 
36,618,590 
37,829,778 
40,556,510 
46,743.102 
51,0,31,466 
.52,516,332 
58,052,333 
69,348,084 
70,679,251 
71,186,072 
80,141,393 
67,972,109 
96,055,416 
85,549,597 
101,610,475 
117,884,328 
136,108,217 
16,8,0911,427 
16.",  174,394 
133,073,481 
172,149,393 
232,701,294 
260.778,952 
312,946,747 


14,606,255  07  3,471,199,718  23  1.580,207,249.36 


Difference 

between 

Receipts  and 

>  xpenditure. 


383, 

528, 

2,476, 

+       81, 

4,951 

18,069, 

8,990, 

8,239, 

9,306, 

9,.t80. 

8,139, 

3,7.59, 

10,077, 

4,101, 

+     507, 

6,095. 

25,045, 

15,809, 

28,357. 

5,748, 

9,155, 

4,735, 

1,890, 

?,213, 

5,350, 

2,645 

0,633, 

8,894, 

7,477, 

5,142, 

4,777 

4,799 

1,586, 

5,166, 

0.918, 

f  7,601 

1,575, 

7,618, 

3,136, 

1-  2,193 

16,523, 

47,891, 

13,779, 

4,976 

1.033, 

24,233, 

23,060, 

11.5,025. 

167,553. 

265,501 

31o,,S81 

384,095, 


cts. 

760  03 
991  12 
,956  58 
,558  56 
,161  06 
,216  22 
,422  78 
186  92 
,089  18 
,235  15 
,514  23 
413  62 
209  21 
,345  12 
,923  82 
,217  01 
6;55  80 
,036  72 
,685  72 
620  97 
660  51 
327  83 
407  32 
.S97  31 
,264  '2 
,119  06 
,350  68 
,208  9'. 
,793  20 
,977  49 
,771  00 
,532  34 
,000  13 
,533  7' 
,466  5 
,512  29 
,796  14 
,066  27 
,247  89 
,971  08 
,263  15 
,944  53 
,298  12 
,922  10 
,804  84 
,;549  6 
,fti3  07 
.,044  60 
1,108  9, 
.824  28 
,2.57  30 
465  29 


Sinking 
Funds. 


355,266 
420,800 
126,533 
421,666 
470,606 
407,826 
513,920 
5.55,773 
822,953 
896,440 
1,012,753 
1,131,296 
1,215,807 
1.217,153 
1,22S  205 
1,290,153 
1,350,5D0 
1,563,194 
1,606,270 
1,592.952 
1,939,077 
1,736,644 
1,887,237 
1,938,078 
2,027,860 
2,095,513 
2.131,360 
2,002,311 
2.055,287 
2,101.813 
2,359,908 
2,482,484 
2,405,639 
2,480,.S.36 
2,.569,380 
2.620,588 
2,315,060 
2,261,018 
2,317,436 
1,177,116 
2.234,203 
1,922,525 
1,441,030 
1,203.410 
1,156,456 
1,384,285 
1,371,428 
1,64.5,811 
1,773,021 
1,471,697 
3,18.3,492 
1,448,495 


Net 
Difference 

between  Re- 
ceipts and 

Expenditure. 


cts. 


28,493 

102,184 

2,350,423 

+     503,224 

4,480,554 

17,661,389 

8,476,.502 

7,683,413 

8,543,135 

8,683,795 

7,126,760 

2,028.117 

9,461,401 

2,944,191 

+  1,734,129 

4.805,063 

23.695,135 

14,245,841 

26,751,414 

4,155,068 

7,216,582 

2,998,083 

3,170 

275,818 

3,322,403 

549,605 

4.501,989 

0,891,897 

5,422,505 

3,041,163 

2.417,802 

2.317,047 

+  779,639 

2,980,196 

3,349,1185 

+  10,222,100 

+     739,270 

—  5,356,448 

—  818,811 
+  3,371,117 
-14,288,999 
-45,969,419 
— 12.33.H,207 

—  3.773.505 
+  122,.591 
f  2.5,617, '«5 

—21,695,224 
-113,379. -233 
-16.5,780,0!'' 
-264,0.3(1,120 
-312,697.764 
382,046,969 


81,404,858  29 


+  . 


+  • 


1.493,802.39107 


Year. 


1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

...  .1884 

1885 

1886 

......1887 

1888 

..    ..1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1.S97 


1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

i;i03 

1904 

1905 

1906 

.(9mos)1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

.    ......1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 


26 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  I. — Debt  of  Canada,  from 
(For  details,  see 


Year. 

Total  Debt. 

Total  Assets. 

Net  Debt. 

Increase  of  Debt. 

Decrease  of  Debt. 

1867.... 

S     Ct3. 

93,046,051  73 
96,896,666  20 
112,361,998  39 
115,993,706  76 
115,492,682  76 
122,400,179  36 
129,743,432  19 
141,163,551  .33 
151,66.3,401  62 
161,204,687  86 
174,675,8S4  97 
174,957,268  96 
179,483,871  21 
194,634,440  68 
199,861,537  51 
205,365,251  97 
202,159,104  30 
242,482,416  21 
264.703,607  43 
27.3.164,341  11 
273,187,626  43 
284,513,841  89 
287,722,062  76 
286,112,295  10 
289.899,229  62 
295,333,274  10 
300,054,524  74 
308,348,023  96 
318,048,754  87 
325,717,536  73 
332,530,131  33 
338,375,984  23 
34.5,160,902  54 
,346,206,979  92 
354,732,432  52 
.366,358,476  59 
.361,344,098  37 
364,962,512  17 
377,678,579  80 
392,269,680  39 

379,966,826  09 

408,207,158  25 

478,5.35,427  02 

470,663,045  99 

474,941,487  42 

50S,3.38,.591  77 

4.S3,232,555  24 

544,391, 3IW  86 

700,473,814  37 

936,087,802  42 

1.382,003,267  69 

1,863,335.898  89 

2,676,635,724  77 

S    cts. 

17,317,410  36 
21,139,531  46 
36,502,679  19 
37,783,964  31 
37,786,165  11 
40,213,107  32 
29,894,970  55 
32,8.3.S,586  91 
.35,655,023  60 
36,653,173  78 
41,440,525  94 
34,595,199  05 
36,493,6,83  85 
42,182,852  07 
44,46.5,757  11 
61,703,601  19 
43,692,389  84 
60,320.565  95 
68,295.915  29 
50,00.5,234  02 
45,872,850  99 
49,982,483  73 
50,192,021  11 
48,579,083  33 
52,090,199  11 
54,201,839  66 
58,373,485  13 
62,164,994  48 
64,973,827  78 
67,220,103  96 
70,991,534  87 
74,419,585  32 
78,887,4.55  94 
80,713,173  03 
86,252,428  83 
94,529.386  97 
99,737,109  50 
104,094,793  57 
111,454,413  20 
125,226,702  64 

116,294,966  13 

130,246,298  41 
154,605,147  85 
134,394,499  66 
134,899, 4:i5  39 
168,419,131  06 
16.S.9,30,!I29  56 
208,3!I4,518  72 
251,097,731  16 
321,831,6.31  40 
.502,816.969  89 
671,451,836  39 
1,102,104,692  33 

$   cts. 

75,728,641  37 
75,757,131  74 
75,859,319  20 
78,209,742  45 
77,706,517  65 
82,187,072  04 
99,848,401  64 
108,324,964  42 
116,008,378  02 
124,551,514  08 
133,235,309  03 
140,362,069  91 
142,990,187  36 
152.451,588  61 
155,395,780  40 
153,661,650  78 
158,466,714  46 
182,161,850  26 
196,407,692  14 
22.3.159.107  09 
227,314,775  44 
234,531,3.58  16 
237,530,041  65 
237,533,211  77 
237,809,030  51 
241,131,434  44 
241,681,039  61 
246.183,029  48 
253,074.927  09 
258,497,432  77 
261,538,596  46 
263,956,398  91 
266,27.3,446  60 
265,493,806  89 
268,480,003  69 
271,829,089  62 
261,606,988  87 
260,867,718  60 
266,224,166  60 
267,042,977  75 

263,671,859  96 

277,960,859  84 
323,930,279  17 
336,268,546  33 
.340.042,052  0;{ 
.3;?9,919,460  71 
314, .301, 625  68 
3a5,99ri,850  14 
449,376,083  21 
615,156,171  02 
879,l,>-6,297  80 
l,191,S84,0(i2  .51) 
1,574  531,032  44 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

1868..  . 
1869.... 
1870.... 

28,493  37 

102,1^  46 

2,350,423  25 

4,480,5m'39 

17,ti61,389  60 
8,476,502  78 
7,683,413  60 
8,543,136  06 
8.683,794  95 
7,126,760  88 
2,628,117  45 
9,461,401  25 
2,944,191  79 

4,805,063  68 

23,095,135  80 

14,245.841  88 

*26,751.414  95 

4,155,668  35 

7,216,582  72 

2,998,683  49 

3,170  12 

275,818  74 

3,322,403  93 

549,605  17 

4,501,989  87 

6,891,897  61 

5,422,505  68 

3,041,ia3  69 

2,417,802  45 

2,317,047  69 

2.986,196  80 
3,349,085  93 

5,356;  44806' 

818,811  15 

14,288,999  88 

4.5.969.419  33 

12,338.267  16 

3,773,505  70 

1871 .... 
1872... 
1873  ... 
1874... 
1875   . 
1676... 
1877  ... 

5a3,224  80 

1878.... 

1879  ... 
1880.... 
1881.... 
1882.... 
1883.... 
1884 .... 

i,'734',i29'62' 

1885  ... 

1886  ... 

1887.... 
1888.... 
1889.... 

, ,  . 

1890.... 

1891.  . 

1892.  .. 

1893.  .. 
1894  . . 

1895  . . 

1896  ... 

1897  ... 

1898  .  . 

1899  ... 
1900. . . , 
1901 ... 
1092... 
1903... 
1904... 
1905.... 

779,639h 

tl6.222a66'75' 
1739,270  27 

1906... 

1907  1 
9  mo.'i  j 

1908  ... 

3,371,117  79 

1909.... 

1910... 
1911 .... 

1912... 

122,591  32 
25,617,835  03 

1913.  .. 

1914  .. 

1915  ... 
1916... 
1917 .... 
1918.... 
1919  ... 

"  "21,695,224  46 
11.3,379,2.33  07 
1(W,7S0,087  81 
264,a30.126  78 
312,697,764  70 
382,646,969  94 

1,541,892,300  36 

43,089,909  29 

'This  amount  incluHes  810,199,520.33,  for  which  land  was  taken  from  the  Canadian  Pacific  Ry,  Co. 
tThis  amv.unt  incliideK  83,305,450.24,  caused  by  the  settlement  of  accounts  with  Ontario  and  Quebec. 
J  I'hia  amount  includes  $5,397,503, 13 allowed  to  Ontario  and  t^uebeo,  undir  47  V.,  c.  6. 


PUBLIC  Accovyrs 


27 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

July  1,  1867  to  March  31,  1919. 
Tables  III,  IV,  V  and  VI.) 


Interfst 

paid 
on  Debt. 


Interest 
received  from 
investments. 


4,501, 

4.9n7, 

5,047, 

5,165, 

5,257, 

5,209, 

5,724, 

6,590, 

6,400, 

6,796, 

7,048, 

7,194, 

7,773, 

7,591, 

7,740, 

7,668, 

7,700, 

9,419. 

10,137, 

9,6S2, 

9,82.3, 

10,148, 

9,6.56, 

9,584, 

9,763, 

9,806, 

10,212, 

10,466, 

10,502, 

10,645, 

10,516, 

10,855, 

10,699, 

10,807, 

10,97.5, 

11,068, 

11,128 

10,630, 

10,814, 


568  33 
013  71 
054  24 
304  24 
230  64 
2o5  97 
436  31 
790  19 
902  07 

27  25 
883  55 

35  14 
868  75 
144  88 
804  47 
5.=.1  89 
180  61 
482  19 
OOS  66 
928  87 
.313  00 
931  97 
841  16 
136  74 
978  34 
888  45 
596  13 
294  44 
429  00 
6<a  27 
757  90 
111  84 
645  20 
9.54  05 
935  15 
139  17 
636  72 
115  05 
697  40 


6,712,771  14 


10,973, 
11,604, 
13,098, 
12,535. 
12,259, 
12,605. 
12,893, 
15,736, 
21,421, 
35,802, 
47,845, 
77,431, 


596  88 
584  23 
160  61 
850  81 
396  56 
882  48 
.504  95 
742  94 
584  86 
566  68 
584  51 
432  10 


cts 


126,419  84 

313,021  20 

383,9.55  91 

554,333  72 

488,041  54 

396,403  94 

610.863  00 

840,886  65 

798,905  95 

717,684  31 

60.5,774  22 

692,500  04 

834,792  67 

751,513  49 

914,009  27 

1,001,192  96 

986,69-i  37 

1  997,035  51 

2,299,078  91 

990,886  69 

932.0256  69 

1,305.,392  35 

1,082,271  65 

1,077,228  14 

1,086,419  93 

1,150,160  51 

1,217,808  97 

1,336,046  94 

l,370,C0O  56 

1,443,003  84 

1,513,654  58 

1,590,447  91 

1,683,050  51 

1,784,833  79 

1,892,224  09 

2,020,953  04 

2,236,255  93 

2,105,031  41 

2,140,312  06 

1,235,746  06 


1,925, 
2,2.56, 
2,807, 
1,(><;8, 
1,281. 
1,4.30 
1,964, 
2.9?0, 
3,358, 
3,094, 
4,466, 
7,421, 


569  07 
613  13 
464  94 
773  16 
.317  41 
511  28 
541  .S3 
246  87 
210  13 
012  33 
724  13 
001  58 


64 

36 

35 

■47 

1 

29 

1 

•01 

1 

05 

1 

■M 

2 

97 

2 

•89 

1 

02 

1 

00 

1 

99 

1 

79 

1 

76 

1 

•79 

2 

17 

1 

■55 

2 

71 

4 

54 

2 

•45 

1 

52 

o 

•37 

2 

•35 

2 

30 

2 

■26 

1 

31 

1 

■29 

2 

23 

2 

20 

•> 

10 

2 

14 

2 

■09 

2 

12 

o 

■09 

2 

02 

o 

■08 

2 

■81 

1 

■75 

1 

■77 

1 

■68 

1 

42 

1 

■78 

2 

■64 

1 

41 

0 

•61 

0 

•37 

0 

•24 

1 

.28 

1 

59 

0 

■57 

0 

!i9 

0 

-  "O  to 


Allowances 
to  Provinces 

Capit.il 

E.xpenditiire 

including 

Canadian  Pitcific 

Kaihvay,  also 

X. VV.  Territories 

Rebellion. 


cts 


574. 

514, 

3,671, 

3,670, 

7,898, 

19,864, 

10,181, 

6,923, 

7,1.54, 

7,599, 

6,657, 

5,648, 

8,241, 

8,176, 

7,.351, 

14.171, 

23,977, 

13,220, 

9,589, 

4,439, 

4,437, 

4,420, 

*6,778, 

3,115, 

2,164, 

3,088, 

3,862, 

3,030, 

3,781, 

3,523, 

4,142, 

6,201, 

7.467 

7,693, 

10.077, 

7,049, 

7,879, 

11,931 

11,912 


208  32 
023  11 
104  36 
396  51 
549  79 
319  00 
758  66 
185  33 
118  69 
731  85 
200  36 
331  66 
173  98 

316  50 
052  61 
413  96 
702  44 
185  35 
734  19 
938  72 
460  16 
313  66 
663  08 
860  04 
4.56  78 

317  60 
969  67 
490  40 
311  21 
160  23 
231  36 
515  96 
370  .55 
856  71 
094  75 
684  15 
102  02 
014  00 
104-43 


11,327,791  66 


30,428, 
42,592, 
29,655, 
30,81.3, 
30,939, 
27,205, 
37,180. 
41,447 
38,566, 
26,880, 
43,111 
25,031, 


995  95 
122  25 
703  37 
666  65 
575  95 
661  13 
175  93 
320  03 
OriO  50 
031  51 
903  63 
266  30 


Increase 

or  Decrease 

of  Debt 

compared  with 

Capital,  E.\- 

penditure,  etc. 


545,714  95 

411,838  65 
1,320,681  11 
4,173,621  31 
.3,417,995  40 
2,202,929  40 
1,705,256  IS 

760,228  27 

389.017  37 
1,084,063  10 
1,469,560  52 
3,020,214  21 
1,220,227  27 
5,232.124  71 
9,085,182  23 
9,366,350  28 

282,566  64 

1,025,656  03 

17,161,680  76 

281,270  37 
2,779,122  56 
1,421,630  17 
6,775,492  96 
2,840,041  30 
1,157,947  15 
2,538,702  43 

639,020  20 
.3,861,407  21 
1,641,194  47 

481,996  54 
1,724,428  91 
3,884,468  27 
8,247,010  26 
4,707,659  91 
6,728,008  82 
17,271,784  80 
8,618,372  29 
6,574,566  00 
11,093,293  28 

14,698,909  45 


16,139, 

3,377, 

17,317, 

27,010, 

31,«)->, 

52.823, 

15,484, 

71,931, 

127,213 

237,150, 

269,585, 

357,615, 


996  07 
2117  08 
436  21 
160  95 
167  27 
496  16 
951  47 
913  04 
1.37  31 
0!t5  27 
861  07 
703  04 


Year. 


1867 
+  1868 
+  1869 
+  1870 
+  1871 
+  1872 
+  1873 
+  1874 
—1875 
—1876 
—1877 
—1878 
+  1879 
—1880 
+  1881 
+  1882 
+  1883 
+  1884 
—1885 
—1886 
+1887 
—1888 
+  1889 
+  1890 
+  1891 
—1892 
+  1893 
—1894 
—1895 
—1896 
+  1897 
+  1898 
+  1899 
—1900 

+  i;x)i 

+  1902 
+  1903 
+  1904 
+  1905 
+  1906 
I  9  mos.) 


-1907 
+  1908 
—1909 
+  1910 
+  1911 
—1912 
—1913 
+  1914 
+  1915 
+  1916 
+  1917 
+  1918 
+1919 


•  Including  $275,504,10  expended  in  previous  year*  in  the  improvement  of  the  St.  Lawrence,  and  trans- 
ferred this  year  to  Capital 


28  DEPARTMEyr  OF  FiyAXCE 

SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.   2 


Table  II. — Receipts  and  Expendituhe  of  Canada 

(For  details,  see 


Year. 


Receipts. 


Taxes. 


Various  .Sources. 


11,700, 
11,112, 
13,087, 
16,320, 
17,715, 
17,61«, 
20,129. 
20,664. 
18,614, 
17,697. 
17,841, 
18,476, 
18,479, 
23,942, 
27,549, 
29,269, 
25,483, 
25,384, 
25,226, 
28,687, 
28,177, 
30,613, 
31,587, 
30,314, 
28,446, 
29,321, 
27,579. 
25,446, 
27,759, 
28,648. 
29,  .576. 
:«,958, 
38,242. 
aS,74.3, 
43,389, 
49,015, 
53,661. 
54,020, 
60,074, 

51,565,585  74 


cts.l 

681  08  ! 
573  01 
882  67 
,368  70 
,552  04 
.554  78 
185  17 
878  96 
415  02 
924  82 
938  19 
613  35 
576  44 
138  95 
046  45 
698  81 
199  19 
529  32 
456  21 
001  93 
413  18 
)22  51 
071  73 
151  15 
157  31 
367  42 
203  09 
198  71 
285  42 
626  11 
455  64 
069  21 
222  99 
5.50  28 
111  87 
505  90 
318  84 
123  40 
818  19 


73,325. 

62,353. 

75,409. 

89,83.5. 
10.5,847, 
135,002, 
127,478, 

97,715, 
121,046, 
15.8,543, 
171,550, 
179,537, 


962  93 
,093  12 
486  63 
231  82 
804  40 
?58  01 
067  29 
440  68 
187  31 
114  70 
040  66 
891  24 


S 


cts. 


1,987 
3,266, 
2, 124. 
3,015. 
2,999, 
3,196. 
4,07.5, 
3,983. 
3.973, 
4,391, 
4,533, 
4,040, 
4,827, 
5,693, 
5.834, 
6,524, 
6,387. 
7,412, 
7,9.50, 
7,067, 
7,731, 
8,169, 
8,292, 
8,265, 
8,4''5, 
8,847, 
8,795, 
8,531. 
8,.859. 

9,i8i; 

10,978, 
11,783, 
12,787, 
13,771, 
14,661 
17,021 
17,008, 
17,162, 
27,064, 


247  41 
,601  51 
.342  98 
1,192  11 
',2H1  64 
914  67 
,907  37 
836  08 
172  03 
249  29 
073  69 
,768  79 
,830  25 

158  59 
409  07 
950  99 
762  54 
471  90 
.584  18 
991  32 
050  35 
347  72 
8.53  68 

159  73 
714  2;) 
241  43 
489  98 
9.30  76 
305  3n 
152  29 

82  39 
180  33 
1  03 
1.50  85 
678  16 
.563  03 
497  9i 
649  27 
541  88 


6,403,742  55 


22,728. 
22,740 
26,094, 
27,945, 
30,260, 
33,687, 
35.691), 
35,358, 
.51,10], 
74,167, 
t-11,228, 
133,408, 


542  88 
311  23 
224  30 
177  96 
412  96 
545  44 
327  27 
Oil  05 
6-50  96 
179  30 
911  89 
855  94 


Total. 


Charges  on  Debt. 


13,687 
14,379, 
15,512, 
19,335. 
20,714. 
20,813. 
24,205. 
24,648, 
2l>,.587. 
22,059, 
22,375. 
22,517. 
23,307. 
29,635. 
33,383, 
35,794, 
31,861. 
32,797, 
33,177, 
35,754, 
35,908, 
38,782, 
39,879. 
38,579 
36,921. 
38,168, 
36,374. 
33,978, 
36,618. 
37,829, 
40,555. 
46,741, 
51,029, 
.52,514, 
.58,050. 
66,037. 
70,669. 
71,182, 
80,139. 

67,969,328  29 


cts. 

928  49 
174  52 
,225  65 
,560  81 
813  68 
469  45 
092  54 
715  04 
587  05 
274  11 
Oil  88 
382  14 
406  69 
297  54 
455  52 
649  80 
961  73 
001  22 
040  25 

993  39 
463  53 

870  23 
925  41 
310  88 

871  60 
608  85 
693  07 
129  47 
590  72 

78  40 
238  03 
249  54 

994  02 
701  13 
790  03 
068  93 
816  82 
772  67 
360  07 


96,054, 
85,093, 
101..5O3, 
117,780, 
13G,10.S, 
168,689, 
163,174, 
133,073, 
172,147, 
232,701, 
260,778, 
312,916, 


505  81 
404  35 
710  93 
409  78 
217  36 
903  45 
394  66 
481  73 
.838  27 
294  00 
952  55 
747  18 


Subsidies  to 
Pi*ovinces. 


§   cts.       ?   cts. 

4,860,757  62  2,753,966  46 

5.372.670  32  2,604,050  13 
5,387,053  70  2,588,604  96 
5,591,959  08  2,624,940  23 
5,603,642  69  2,930,113  10 
5,387,850  47  2,921,399  87 
5,989,120  82  3,752,775  48 
6,817,991  02  3,750,961  88 
6,609,050  62  3,690,355  15 
7,005,102  78  3,655,850  58 
7,240,969  89  3,472,807  87 
7,472,&57  57  '  3,442,704  34 
8,062,954  24  3,430,846  31 
7,819,.58S  99  3,555,517  73 
7,935,848  05  3,630,999  48 
7,902,722  45  3,606,672  61 
7,930,085  85  3.903,714  38 
9,806.977  70  3,159.326  91 

10,483,929  52  4,182,525  91 

9.970.671  25  4,169,341  04 
10,166,905  12  i  4,088,513  53 
10,422,521  99  |  4.951,427  62 

9,887,250  11  I  3,904,922  12 

9,846,205  15  |  3,903,756  61 

9,947,iil6  40  3,935,913  56 

10,020,682  08  3,435,764  80 

10.39.3,571  92  4,2n6,654  77 

10,745,244  66  4,250,674  46 

10,751,905  75  4,2:35,664  24 

10,960,977  42  4,238,059  08 

10,716,645  38  4,237,372  19 

11,028,368  86  4,250,636  47 

10,873,673  49  1  4,250,607  60 

10,970,782  S3  4,250,607  48 

11,186.799  72  4,402,097  64 

11,297,812  27  4,i02,502  88 

1 1,410.880  83  4,402,291  68 

10,906,186  81  4,516,038  48 

11,146,2.31  52  I  6,726,372  88 

6,944,460  92  6,74.5,133  68 


11,324, 
11,931. 
13,456. 
12,910 
12,706. 
13.089. 
13,3;53 
16,188, 
21,857. 
36,298. 

48,.3:m, 

78,154 


287  10 
537  39 
454  27 
697  95 
853  22 
495  13 
518  91 
066  97 
112  14 
963  22 
291  43 
768  33 


9,032, 

9,1  r 

9,361, 

9,092, 

10,281, 

13,211,; 

11,280, 

11,451, 

11,4.51 

11,469, 

11,369 

11,827, 


774  89 
143 '28 
388  20 
471  00 
044  98 
800  37 
468  67 
673  28 
673  28 
148  48 
148  48 
236  48 


PUBLIC  AC'COIXTS 


29 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

on  account  of  Consolidated  Fund. 

Table  VII  and  VIII.) 


E.XPENDITL'UE. 


Sinking 
Funds. 


S   cts 

355,266  66 
426,806  66 
126,533  33 

421,660  24 
470,606  t)7 
407,826  62 
51.S,S20  00 
555,773  32 
822,953  32 
828,373  59 
945,746  02 
1,037,219  76 
1,165,867  22 
1,2,50,73]  20 
1,290,724  110 
1,344,136  .S3 
1,40.3,863  61 
1,482,051  48 
1,606,270  77 
1,592,952  62 
1,!)39,077  79 
1,736,644  34 
1,887,237  20 
1,938,078  .57 
2,027,860  79 
2,095,513  89 
2,131,360  81 
2,002,311  .S6 
2,055,287  52 
2,101,813  80 
2,359,908  55 
2,482,4f^4  05 
2,405,639  S4 
2,480,336  90 
2,509,380  59 
2, 620,  .588  46 
2,315,006  41 
2.201,618  27 
2,317,436  74 

1,177,146  71 


2,234, 
1,922, 
1,441, 
1,203, 
1,1.56, 
1,3S4. 
1,371, 
1,64.5, 
1,773, 
1.471, 
.3,183, 
1,448, 


203  27 
525  -20 
030  90 
416  40 
4.56  16 
285  30 
428  61 
811  53 
021  U 
697  50 
492  66 
495  35 


Collection 

of 
Revenue. 


1,885, 
2,175, 
2,35i; 
2,374 
2,711, 
3,3:15, 
4,736, 
4,719, 
4,790, 
5,194, 
5,301, 
.5,561, 
5.2: 
5,(j,S3. 
0,010, 
0,(;22, 
0,87.5, 
7,193,. 
7, 80S, 
8.370, 
8,7,89. 
8,873. 
9,182! 
9,4.53,, 
9,420, 
8,993, 
9,\?,2. 
9,129. 
9,291, 
9,336. 
9,469. 
9„S37, 
11,044. 
12,503, 
13,007, 
14.041, 
1.5,593. 
17, .593, 
17,145, 


':ts. 

804  20 
071  47 
724  89 
114  36 
587  33 
475  60 
442  28 
654  78 
238  91 
896  64 
124  20 
162  19 
113  89 
153  15 
069  58 
7.55  12 
727  78 
876  00 
751  36 
026  87 
764  34 
3,38  81 
941  10 
312  02 
067  20 
924  73 
616  13 
416  48 
169  23 
910  29 
61)4  37 
453  31 

520  18 
249  41 
,He4  47 
041  15 

521  02 
437  20 
129  11 


13,797,180  87 


20,727. 
21,632, 
21,811, 
24,951, 
28,256, 
33,000, 
39,0,S4, 
42,232, 
47,902, 
53,800, 
63,342, 
73,6.82, 


329  28 
704  16 
194  90 
636  34 
779  70 
200  50 
056  79 
952  94 
301  26 
212  09 
442  87 
984  67 


Othet 
E.xpenditures. 


S   cts, 


3,630, 
3,459, 
3,891, 
4,610, 

5,873, 

7,062, 

8,324, 

7,868, 

8,569, 

6,835, 

6,542. 

6,941, 

6,963, 

7,293, 

8,293, 

9,253, 

11,294 

♦12,594, 

+14,930, 

11,548, 

11,634, 

11,83.3, 

11,131, 

11,202, 

11,428, 

11,708, 

11.720, 

12,004. 

10,016, 

11,711, 

12,048, 

14,304, 

14,:340, 

18,661, 

19,593, 

19,.329, 

21,891, 

28,042, 

29,905 


298  02 
485  42 
592  70 

401  81 
519  03 
095  36 
076  17 
690  04 
774  11 
078  18 
510  27 
577  70 
.S52  79 
563  35 
461  57 
870  44 
314  03 
827  37 
1.34  70 
688  .38 
234  01 
902  00 
680  94 
206  61 
136  23 
167  40 
821  89 
358  09 
015  29 
993  25 
875  21 
557  25 
832  40 
391  22 
249  55 
958  00 
072  76 

402  04 
470  70 


22,878,238  91 


33,322, 
39,460, 
33,341, 
39,()15, 
4.5,760, 
51,367, 
62,294, 
64,004, 
47,366, 
45,  .559, 
52,054, 
68,11 


797  05 
322  35 
678  79 
975  83 
306  71 
756  05 
400  01 
7ol  82 
619  11 
331  94 
937  39 
98  15 


Total 
Expenditure. 


13,486, 
14,038, 
14,345, 
15,023 
17,  .589 
19,174, 
23,316, 
23,713 
24,488 
23,519 
23,503 
24,455, 
24,850, 
25,.502. 
27,007, 
28,730 
31,107, 
35,037, 
39,011, 
35,057, 
30,718, 
.36,917, 
35,994 
36,343, 
36,765, 
.36,814, 
37,585, 
38,132 
36,949 
38,349, 
38,832, 
41,903, 
42,975, 
40,800, 
50,759 
51,691, 
55,612, 
0.3,319, 
67,240, 

51,542,161  09 


cts. 

092  96 
084  00 
509  58 
081  72 
468  82 
647  92 
.316  75 
071  04 
372  11 
301  77 
158  25 
381  56 
6.34  45 
5.54  42 
103  ,58 
157  45 
706  25 
060  12 
612  20 
680  16 
494  79 
834  76 
031  47 
567  96 
894  18 
052  90 
025  52 
005  05 
142  03 
759  84 
.525  70 
500  54 
279  51 
367  84 
391  97 
902  76 
832  70 
682  80 
640  95 


70,641 

84,064, 

79,411 

87,774, 

98,161, 

112,059 

127,384, 

135,523, 

130,350, 

148,599, 

178,284, 

232,731, 


451  59 
232  38 
747  12 
198  32 
440  77 
537  41 
472  99 
200  54 
726  90 
.343  23 
312  83 
282  98 


Surplus. 


S   cts. 

201,835  53 

341,090  52 

1,166,716  07 

.3,712,479  09 

3,125,344  86 

1,638,821  53 

888,775  79 

935,644  00 


4,132,743  12 

6,316,.351  94 

7,064,492  35 

754,255  48 


97,313  09 


1,865,035  47 
3,885,893  94 
2,235,742  92 
155,977  42 
1,354,555  95 


1,722, 

4,837, 

8,0.54, 

5,648, 

7,291, 

14,345, 

15,056, 

7,863, 

12,898, 

16,427, 

19,413, 
1,0'29, 
22,091, 
30,000, 
37,946, 
50,630, 
35,789, 


712  .33 
749  00 
,714  51 
333  29 
398  06 

166  17 
984  12 
089  81 
719  12 

167  20 


054  22 
171  97 
903  81 
211  46 
776  59 
366  04 
921  57 


41,797,111  37 
84,101,950  77 
82,494,6.39  72 
,^0,215,464  20 


625,.535,734  40 


Deficit. 


1,900,785  06 
1,460,027  66 
1,128,146  37 
1,937,999  42 
1,543,227  76 


2,240,058  90 
5,834,571  87 


810,031  26 


1,210,332  45 

4,153,875  58 

330,551  31 

519,981  44 


2,449,724  81 


Year. 


1867-68 
1868-69 
1869-70 
1870-71 
1871-72 
1872-73 
1873-74 
1874-75 
1875-76 
1876-77 
1877-78 
1.S78-79 
1879-80 
1880-81 
1881-82 
l,S82-83 
1883-84 
18,84-85 
188,5-  86 
1886-87 
1887-88 
1888-89 
1889-90 
1890-91 
1891-92 
1892-93 
1893-94 
1894-95 
1895-96 
1896-97 
1897-98 
1898  99 
1899-1900 
1900-01 
1901-02 
1902-03 
1903-04 
1904-05 
1905-06 
f(9mos.) 
1 1906- 07 
1907-08 
1908-09 
1909-10 
1910-11 
1911-12 
1912-13 
1913-14 
1914-15 
1915-16 
1916-17 
1917-18 
1918-19 


25,519,313  89 


*  Including  81,697,851  33  on  account  of  North-West  Rebellion. 
+  ,.        83.177,220.50 


30 


DBPARTilEXT  OF  FiyAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  T920 
Table  III. — Summary  of  the  Liabilities  of  the 

(For  details,  see 


■ 

Funded  Debt 

1 

payable 

Year. 

Funded  Debt 
payable 
in  London. 

in  Canada. 

—                   Dominion 

Provincial 

Savings 

Compensation 

Debenture               Notes. 
Stock 

Notes. 

Banks. 

to 
Seigneurs. 

C.P.Ry. 

guaranteed,  etc. 

S       ots. 

S       cts.             8       CIS. 

S       cts. 

S       ots. 

S     cts. 

1867 

67,069,115  92 

3,999,175  03      3,113.700  00  | 

605,859  12 

1,422,046  87 

3,869,810  02 

1868.    .   .. 

66,795,609  27 

6,016,073  69 

3, 79.5,  (KM)  00 

552,325  79 

1,686,126  .31 

3,869,810  02 

1869  .... 

75,847,175  94 

6,950,496  12 

4,830,fK)0  00 

467,743  12 

2,452,118  72 

3,869.810  20 

1870.    .   .. 

75,847,175  94 

7,768,236  23 

7,479,353  33 

.334,301  05 

3,367,072  44 

3.860,645  58 

1871 

75,811,162  61 

7,828,451  36 

7,367,340  74 

115,091  80 

4,51.5,445  78 

3,811,065  l.'^ 

1872.   .. 

76,486,655  93 

7,974,572  89 

10,510,541  21 

61,685  04 

5,187,586  42 

.3,725,553  71 

1873 

76,137,715  94 

8,199,396  16 

11,284,131  69 

51,028  0-1 

6,119,690  65 

3,500,.593  57 

1874 

85,798,049  15 

8,914,513  96 

12,175,578  62 

47,013  05 

7,210,260  83 

3,476,822  29                            i 

1875 

99,961,022  52 

8,398,909  21 

10,778.873  00 

44,665  38 

7,171,181  20 

825,477  88 

1876 

112,133,529  18 

8,123,051  45 

11..533,891  48 

43,228  79 

7,044,118  09 

466,387  88 

1877.... 

122,477.629  18 

8,308,523  45 

10,680,492  88 

42,527  03 

7,470,6.30  83 

407,061  20 

1878 

121,244,415  85 

8,93;?,230  66 

10,460,734  81 

41,845  76 

8,497,013  35 

400,427  41 

1879  

,  128.:«)7,409  18 

9,998,778  39 

10,789,710  04 

41,397  04 

9,207,683  20 

391,3,30  96 

1880 

137,024,582  53 

11,595,160  16 

13,.565,159  46 

41,039  84 

11,052.956  18 

385,840  31 

1881  

135,601,082  53 

11,580,141  84 

14,538,965  05 

40,810  17 

15.836,672  00 

394,595  90 

1882  

132,122,875  86 

10,901,004  55 

15,807,910  91 

40,595  OS 

21,7(>8,661  69 

244,936  10 

1883 

130,187,402  54 

5,924,403  45 

15,997,854  73 

40.358  61 

26,219,107  55 

200,085  45 

1884 

153,157,095  87 

21,988,565  93 

15,360,281  32 

40,237  01 

29,217,536  84 

198,162  11 

1885  ...    . 

1.54,10.5,122  54 

19,930,644  25 

15. 63;?,  255  .58 

40,164  06 

32,979,076  39 

195,378  79 

1886 

172,247,082  55 

20,382,614  03 

16,297,453  36 

40,084  29 

37,173,813  88 

188,764  80 

1887     .... 

171,67.5,735  89 

18,749,402  05 

15,059,836  06 

39,880  87 

40,832,275  37 

188,764  80 

1888 

176,601,775  89 

17,572,668  28 

16,249,318  53 

39,792  31 

41,371,0.58  23 

179,153  81 

1889 

188,239,435  90 

15,.511,362  16 

15.426,280  83 

39,767  98 

42,956,357  68 

181,776  48 

1890 

187,616,502  55 

13.674,428  47 

15,357,892  71 

39,743  64 

41,012,465  04 

179,416  33 

1891 

188,040.133  .54 

11,S33,.539  -.7 

16,176,317  23 

39,624  89 

39,400,026  16 

166,959  98 

1892 

198,804,342  12 

10,362.566  33 

17,282,698  66 

39,584  99 

.39,529,547  63 

166,.559  98 

1893  

201,615,480  55 

8,218,152  40 

18,448,493  80 

39,c70  39 

41,849,656  10 

166,309  98 

1894 

207,275,.504  62 

7,181,711  11 

20,061,719  45 

39,5:M  38 

43,036,012  32 

164.732  32 

1S95 

218,225,503  55 

7,095,624  51 

19,520,233  12 

39,519  79 

44,450,498  85 

131,386  90 

1896 

218.225,5»3  55 

9,708,835  23 

20,372,215  12 

39.475  01 

46,799,318  58 

124,327  80 

1897   

2 IS, 22.3, .503  55 

9,188,638  38 

22,318,096  26 

39,438  04 

48,934,975  72 

117,287  66 

1898 

227.958,836  88 

8,992,958  70 

22,178,193  76 

.39.429  29 

50,111,118  9S 

78,873  00 

1899  

227,958,836  SS 

8,812,866  99 

24,236,466  52 

39,429  29 

50,241,715  45 

78,798  00 

1900 

227.9oS,«36  88 

8,676,764  68 

26,094,923  52 

39,424  43 

53,149,722  40 

78,798  00 

1901 

227,95^,.S36  88 

8,554,364  68 

27,671,452  05 

39,419  57 

56,048,957  06 

78,029  34 

1902   .   ... 

227,95«,S.>(i  88 

9,007,614  27 

32,780,3.87  05 

39,406  92 

NS,4.37,9'<8  70 

76,262  43 

1903   ..   .. 

227,058,836  88 

8,886,980  93 

.39,006,198  58 

39,40«;  92 

60.771,129  25 

76,262  43 

1904 

209,479,618  80 

7,478,080  93 

41,574.783  33 

39,406  92 

62.158,449  90 

76,262  43 

190.5 

209,520,2.33  38 

7,4.50,948  93 

47,334,221  72 

39,406  92 

62,017,456  65 

76,262  43 

190G   

20l,7;f8,:t50  72 

7,838,715  60 

49,941,427  22 

39,3(il  18 

61,910,622  08 

76,108  72 

1  907(9  Ill's) 

21)7,627,690  72 

7.301,115  60 

54,791,596  86 

39,301  18 

62,541,811  87 

72,599  06 

1908 

221,, SI  19, 567  45 

7,176,415  60 

60,455,991  36 

39,,361   18 

62,581,155  30 

72,599  06 

1909 

277,810.962  64 

4.769,615  liO 

79,351,080  50 

39.'J86  23 

59,9.i'<,920  ;« 

64,029  90 

1910 

257,451,059  20 

4,819,115  60 

S7, 134,068  .50 

39,272  61 

.5.-<,264,229  90 

38,322  40 

1911 

271,0.VI,677  98 

4,795,065  60 

89,994,270  25 

39,238  .55 

.58,094,331  03 

.3S,322  40 

1912 

282,024,279  47 

4,730,877  60 

11 3,  .329, 6.33  40 

39,224  92 

5,S,219,.328  06 

38,091  83 

191.S   

2.58,679,819  47 

2,190,767  60 

112,101,8.85  65 

39,220  05 

.57,140,483  39 

38,091  S3 

1914    .    ... 

302,842,485  OS 

719,002  93 

117,795,6.38  53 

39.220  05 

.55.567.603  4? 

34,2.37  96 

1915 

.338,369,979  07 

691,502  93 

1.57.0.">6,118  91 

39,220  05 

51,(Hil,718  26 

34,2.37  96 

191f) 

362,703,312  40 

100,29S,602  93 

177,943,131  54 

39,220  05 

53,528,426  .34 

34,237  96 

1917    .... 

.362,703,312  40 

,340.312.351  94 

183,248,986  79 

.39,220  05 

56.216,088  61 

34,2.37  96 

1918   

.362,703,312  4ii 

881, .528,614  21 

250,798,860  92 

39,207  40 

53,3(».090  74 

34,237  96 

1919   .... 

362,703,312  40 

1,475,884,861  37 

289,258,697  67 

,39,207  40 

53,0.57,018  22 

.33,4.58  63 

PUBLIC  ACCOV\TS 


31 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.   2 

Dominion  of  Canada  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March   31,  1919. 
Table  V.) 


Funded  Debt 

payable 

in 

New  York. 


•S     cts. 


Temporary 
Loans. 


75,873,000  00 
75,87.'?,000  00 
75,873,000  00 


6,575,410  05 
2,224,353  70 


18,985,907  97 
1,262,444  46 
1,241,000  00 
5,651,459  33 


1,946,666  66 
7,786,666  65 


1,460,000  00 
2,433,333  33 


1,946,666  66 
4,866,666  66 


3,893,333  33 


4.866.066  66 
2,'.i20,(iii(i  no 
2,!)2ii,ii00  HO 
1,216,666  67 
9,299,999  99 
13,606.333  32 
17,033,333  33 


8,273,3.33  32 
81,073,684  21 
182.992..379  82 
300,3,32,797  42 
183,288,130  72 
362,954,:^33  31 


Trust  Funds. 


§      cts. 


6,408 

6,454 

6,477 

6,535 

6,.59.5 

6,6.55, 

6,686, 

6,75&, 

6,822, 

6,881, 

6,899, 

6,860, 

6,834, 

6,893, 

6,941, 

6,999, 

7,003, 

7,055, 

7,041, 

7,060, 

7,080. 

7,098, 

7,200, 

8,184, 

8,217, 

9,113, 

10,111, 

10,205, 

10,263 

10,314, 

10,409, 

10,446, 

10,690, 

10,910, 

11,305 

11,593, 

12.181, 

16.105 

IS.  .'is:; 

26,857, 

13,744, 

14,107, 

13,124, 

13,422, 

13,939, 

14,727, 

15, 167. 

15,831, 

15,995^ 

15,802. 

16.26:" 

17,106, 

17.752, 


779  93 
799  24 
,618  45 
102  56 
677  85 
248  83 

346  61 
846  71 

523  78 
938  05 

347  34 
331  40 
477  14 
453  12 
146  22 
035  43 
187  70 
899  45 
841  15 
526  23 
8.35  85 
643  59 
.385  51 
794  08 
992  88 
817  .36 
141  16 
365  74 
094  31 
883  06 
788  00 
967  27 
277  .50 
056  03 
611  23 
174  73 

524  11 

439  12 
823  53 
181  06 
817  57 
4:W  84 
674  50 
462  56 
186  52 
471  83 
803  75 
902  57 
150  06 
218  25 

440  68 
623  88 
279  72 


Province 
Accounts. 


S       ■-■ts. 

2,573,292  92 

3,499,678  45 

4,664,510  82 

6,224,159  .32 

7,951,628  12 

10,319,741  47 

14,477,825  70 

16,119,.309  36 

14,984,382  27 

14.384,864  21 

13,910,660  10 

1.3,313,435  34 

12,605,298  47 

12,569,014  44 

12,424,853  45 

12,596,072  17 

12,573,490  79 

14,285,698  73 

14,219,479  69 

17.310.531  30 
17,282,987  33 
17,194,048  2il 
16,927,883  96 

16.907.532  78 
16,907,414  03 
16,407,374  13 
16,407,359  53 
16,407,.323  52 
16,407,031  65 
16,406,986  87 
16,406,720  75 
16,406,434  91 
16,672,686  83 
16,672,686  83 
16,672,677  11 
16,672,.336  16 

6,523,164  94 
11,920,668  07 
11.920.668  07 
11,920,684  07 
11,920.668  07 
11,920,668  07 
11,920,.582  42 
11,920,582  42 
11,920,582  42 
11,920,486  07 
11,920,481  20 
11,920,481  20 
11,920,481  20 
11,920,481  2fl 
11,920,481  20 
ll,H20,48l  20 
11,920,481  20 


Miscellaneous 
Accounts. 


S      cts. 

3,984,271  92 

4,227,243  43 

227,115  15 

2,35.3,306  61 

1,496,819  37 

1,478,593  86 

4,321,370  17 

669,157  36 

2,676,366  38 

593,678  73 

4,478,962  96 

5,205,8;I4  38 

5,798,669  43 

5,998,117  28 

2,503,270  35 

4,884,160  18 

4,013,213  48 

1,178,938  95 

1,572,737  01 

1,201,026  21 

1,036,908  21 

2,555,923  63 

1,238,812  26 

1,192,852  84 

1,330.554  79 

3,626,782  90 

1,738,360  83 

1,542,787  17 

1,915,262  19 

1,779,324  85 

2,023.016  31 

2,163,171  44 

2,f36,49l  75 

2,('25,767  15 

6.403,084  60 

9,792,469  45 

5,900,594  33 

11,263,136  01 

18,013,iJ58  :7 

26,027.229  74 

20,707,498  49 

20,743,961  40 

I7,!l09.94l  58 

20,540,.->99  47 

2.5,069,812  67 

23,.309,19S  59 

25,954,002  30 

31.367,463  80 

41.291,721  72 

31,72.5,791  93 

35,0.57,3.50  64 

26,6.'*3,339  46 

27,159,074  85 

Total. 


93,046 
96,8%, 
112,361 
115,993, 
115,492. 
122,400, 
130,778, 
141,16.3, 
151,663 
161,204 
174,675 
174,957. 
183,974 
199.125, 
199,861, 
205,  .365, 
202,1.59, 
242,482. 
264,703, 
273,164, 
273,187, 
284,513, 
287,722, 
286,112, 
289,899, 
295,3.33. 
300,054, 
308,348, 
318,048, 
325,717, 
332,530, 
338,375, 
345,160, 
346,206, 
.354,7.32, 
366,358, 
361,344, 
364,962, 
377,678. 
392,269. 
379,966, 
408,207, 
478,535, 
470,663, 
474,941, 
508,338, 
483,232, 
544,.391, 
700,4:3 
936,987, 
1,. 382.003, 
1,863,3X5, 
2,676,635, 


cts. 

051  73 
666  20 
,998  39 
,706  76 
,682  76 
,179  .36 
098  53 
551  33 
.401  62 
,687  86 
,834  97 
268  96 
7.53  85 
.323  32 
537  51 
251  97 
104  30 
416  21 
607  43 
341  11 
626  43 
841  89 
062  76 
295  10 
229  62 
274  10 
524  74 
023  96 
754  87 
536  73 
131  33 
984  23 
902  54 
979  92 
432  52 
476  59 
098  37 
512  17 
579  80 
H.SO  39 
826  09 
158  25 
427  02 
045  99 
487  42 
.591  77 
555  24 
368  86 
814  37 
802  42 
267  69 
898  89 
24  77 


Year. 


1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 

isa 

18f.2 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
u.  '07 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
:912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 


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DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Table  IV. — Summary   of   Assets   of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  from  July    1 

1867,  to  March  31,  1919. 

(For  details,  see  Table  VI.) 


Year. 


1867 

1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01  

1901-02  

1902-03 

1903-04  

1904-05 

1905-06 

1906-07  (9  mos).. 

1908 

1909 


1910 

1911. 

1912.. 

19  3.. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916 

1917. 

1918. 

1919. 


Sinking 
Fund. 


1,207,222 

1,562,488 

1,989,295 

2,115,828 

2,537,493 

3,450,481 

3,598,422 

4,112,348 

4,668,121 

5,491,075 

6,387,515 

7,400,268 

8,531,564 

9,747,372 

10,964,525 

12,190.731 

12,941,658 

14,292,158 

1.5,855,353 

17,461,623 

19,054,.576 

20,993,654 

22,730,298 

24,617,535 

26,555,614 

28,583,475 

30,678,989 

32,356,776 

34,359,088 

36,414,375 

.S8,  .516, 189 

40,876.157 

43,358,642 

45  824,282 

48,.304,619 

50,873,999 

53,494,588 

44,770,875 

47,032,493 

48,016,409 

45,9S1,552 

42,250,209 

38,515,546 

14,782,613 

11,196,825 

12,3.53,282 

13,737,567 

9,144,994 

10,790,806 

12,.563,827 

14,032,687 

17,216,180 

18,664,675 


Other 
Investments. 


4,578, 

4,573. 

13,348, 

11,125. 

9,369, 

7,468, 

5,717. 

6,313, 

7,119, 

9,157, 

7,786. 

4,551 

4,152, 

5,932, 

6,798, 

11,443, 

7,8.50, 

28,337, 

34,497, 

8,249, 

8,874, 

10,549, 

9,749 

6.179, 

6,199, 

5,179, 

5,263, 

5,263, 

5,487, 

6,077, 

6,261, 

6,371, 

6,371, 

0,769, 

7,062, 

7,508, 

8,428, 

1.3,801, 

12,691 

12,576 

13,223, 

22,949, 

22,'l44; 

26,216, 

27,501, 

30,  .551 

43,, ss.-). 

7(),sl9. 

111,719, 

1(19,93' 

14S.5(;fi. 

SS,818, 

310,539, 


>       cts. 

,560  04 
,957  00 
,757  25 
,437  25 
,951  94 
,891  90 
,694  42 
,565  10 
,180  61 
,463  90 
,874  41 
,637  84 
,654  81 
433  66 
964  16 
,103  98 
,894  54 
,490  82 
,966  54 
,817  13 
,105  59 
,695  87 
,154  91 
,281  07 
,581  07 
,535  53 
,137  95 
,137  95 
,461  94 
,627  95 
,527  95 
,527  95 
,527  95 
,527  95 
,835  95 
,077  15 
,962  47 
,928  33 
,310  07 
,240  49 
,804  07 
,146  14 
,988  81 
851  20 
851  20 
,851  20 
S24  52 
r,57  79 
684  43 
419  43 
595  73 
282  63 
Oip  53 


Province 
Accounts. 


•S        cts. 

10,045,533  63 

11,723,359  51 

14,776,812  So 

17,193,,583  67 

19,126,,530  78 

20,901,517  14 

11,. 5.37, 690  00 

11,524,637  57 

11,.521,697  70 

11,974,808  36 

12,367,515  84 

12,274,893  35 

la,  030,018  76 

13,535,092  05 

1.3,314,114  95 

13,013,285  71 

13,146,291  01 

7,499,069  39 

7,-502,723  71 

7,508,754  51 

7,518,401  82 

7,545,149  99 

7,973,556  47 

9,412,337  15 

9,910,524  45 

10,412,417  39 

10,021,105  92 

10,917,856  12 

10,923,487  40 

10,.586,398  83 

10,606,052  44 

10,603,210  98 

10,671,783  46 

10,718,483  70 

10,718,474  04 

10,718,461  39 

4,144,218  42 

4,119,591  67 

4,048,795  no 

4,033,705  49 

4,033,705  49 

4,033,705  49 

2,296,429  12 

2,296,429  12 

2,296.429  12 

2,290,332  77 

2,29(1,327  90 

2,29(;,:<27  9(1 

2,2;i6,327  90 

2,296.327  90 

2,2i)6,327  90 

2,296,327  90 

2,296,327  90 


Miscellaneous 
Accounts. 


1,486, 
3,279, 
6,387, 
7,349, 
6,752, 
8,392, 
10,041, 
10,888, 
12,346, 
10,029. 
14,898, 
10,368, 
10,779, 
12,96" 
13,388, 
15,056, 
9,753, 
10,191, 
10,439, 
16,785, 
10,42.5, 
10,893, 
9,739, 
8,369, 
9,424, 
10,026, 
11,510, 
13,627, 
14,203, 
14,141, 
15,607, 
16,568. 
18,485, 
17,400, 
2l),l(;i;, 
2,5,428, 
33,669, 
41,402, 
47,681 
60,600, 
53,0.55, 
61,013, 
91,648, 
91,098, 
93,904 
123,217, 
109,011, 
126,133. 
126,29(1, 
197,034,' 
337,921, 
41.3,121 
770,003, 


cts. 

094  43 
726  03 
814  01 
114  48 
187  24 
216  46 
163  67 
035  78 
023  51 
826  62 
620  59 
399  41 
445  66 
9,53  78 
1.52  09 
479  79 
545  92 
847  37 
871  83 
038  40 
766  98 
983  48 
Oil  00 
929  18 
479  09 
411  45 
252  08 
223  76 
790  43 
701  65 
765  15 
688  51 
,502  00 
S78  05 
4119  57 
,S4S  57 
,340  29 
397  92 
,813  31 
;i47  13 
,904  19 
,237  77 
183  38 
,606  15 
,329  17 
,665  03 
71-19  72 
538  05 
912  32 
,056  45 
353  51 
,045  45 
■42  14 


Total. 


$   cts. 

17,317,410  .36 
21,139,531  46 
36,502,679  19 
37,783,964  31 
37,786,165  11 
40,213,107  32 
30,894,970  55 
32,338,586  91 
35,655,023  60 
.36,653,173  98 
41,440,525  94 
34,595,199  05 
36,493,683  85 
42,182,852  07 
44,465,757  11 
51,703,601  19 
43,692,389  84 
60,320,565  95 
68,295,915  29 
50,005,234  02 
45,872,850  99 
49,982,483  73 
50,192,021  11 
48,579,083  33 
52,090,199  11 
54,201,839  66 
58,373,485  13 
62,164,994  48 
64,973,827  78 
67.220,103  96 
70,991,534  87 
74,419,585  32 
78,887,455  94 
,8(1,713,173  03 
.si;. 252, 428  S3 
94,529,386  97 
99,737,109  50 
104,094,793  67 
111,454,413  20 
125,226,702  64 
116,294,966  13 
130,246,2i)8  41 
154,605,147  85 
134,394,490  66 
134,.S99,4,35  39 
168,419,131  06 
168,930,929  56 
2IIS,.394,.518  72 
2.51,097,731  16 
321,831,031  40 
502,816,9(i9  89 
671,451,836  39 
1,102,104,692  33 


PUBLIC  Accovm-s 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

Table  V. — Liabilities  of  Canada,  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919. 


33 


Debentdres  AMI)  Stocks  pat.able  in  London. 

Year. 

British  Columbia 
Bonds 

,  6  per  cent. 

Canadian  Bonds, 

8  per  cent. 

Canadian  Bonds, 
6  per  cent. 

Consolidated 

Canadian  Loan 

Bonds, 

5  per  cent. 

Consolidated 

Canadian  Loan 

Stocks 

5  per  cent. 

1867 

1868 

-3          cts. 

S        cts. 

267,066  70 

267,666  70 

267,666  70 

267,666  70 

267,606  70 

96,846  70 

21,900  05 

21,900  05 

21,900  05 

20,926  72 

20,440  06 

20,440  06 

20,440  06 

118,260  00 

118,260  00 

2,433  33 

S          cts. 

24,947,506  71 

24,945,073  38 

24,942,040  05 

24.II4J.64II  05 

24.'.i42.i;4n  (|5 

24,782,040  04 

24,778,146  69 

24,751,866  71 

23,020,793  39 

23,020,793  39 

21,199,200  06 

19,965,980  73 

12,428.980  00 

6,448,333  33 

.5,024,8.33  33 

2,485,893  33 

1,342,226  GO 

12,653  33 

4,379  99 

S         cts. 

27,784,461  92 
27,082,201  92 
26,899,127  06 
26,375,473  74 
25,882,267  49 
25,111,.?57  39 
24,197,770  91 
23,418,308  53 
22,789,048  54 
22,353,481  88 
22,179,741  88 
22,050,288  55 
21,768,802  99 
21,476,316  37 
21,040,206  47 
20,595,393  14 
20,007,499  81 
19,536,406  48 

S           cts. 

.3,770,153  93 
4,472,413  93 

1869 

1870 

4,657,488  79 
5,181,142  11 

1871          

5,674,348  36 

1872 ., 

1873 

1874 

1,168,000  00 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
924,666  67 
486,666  67 
486,666  67 
486,666  67 
486,666  67 
486,666  67 
486,666  67 
453,573  34 
453,573  34 
453,573  34 
453,573  34 
453,573  34 

6.445,258  46 
7,332,078  28 
7,95Q,780  64 

1875 

8,586,040  6.' 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

9,021.607  2i 
9,194,860  62 
9,324,313  95 
9,605,799  51 

1880 

1881 

9,898,286  17 
10,334,.396  07 

1882       

10,779,209  40 

1883 

1884 

11,366,129  40 
11,837,222  73 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

Dom-.nion  Loan 

of  1908, 

4  per  cent. 

Dominion  Loan 

19.30-60. 

34  per  cent. 

War  Savings 

and 
Thrift  Stamps. 

1905 

1906 

1907  (9  mos.) 

1908 

6,720,380  00 
6,714,053  34 
6,142,220  01 
6,010,333  35 
6,010,333  35 

14,600,000  00 
38,933,333  3;^ 
69,772,225  69 
112,725,507  67 
137,058,841  00 
137,058,841  00 
137,058,841  (10 
137,058,841  00 
137,058,841  00 
137,058,841  00 
137,058,841  00 
137,058,841  00 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1,524.033  83 

2—3 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Table  V. — Liabilities  of  Canada,  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Debkntubks  and  Stocks  patable  in  London. 

Year. 

Dominion  Loan 

of  1874, 

4  per  cent. 

Dominion  Loan 

of  1875, 

4  per  cent. 

Dominion  Loan 

of  1876, 

4  per  cent. 

Dominion  Loan 

of  1878, 

4  per  cer^t. 

Dominion  Loan 

of  1879, 

4  per  cent. 

1867 

•S        cts. 

8       cts. 

S      cts. 

S        cts. 

§       cts. 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1672 

1873 

1874 

1875 

19,466,666'67' 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,660  67 
19,466.666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,4(16,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,4(!6,666  67 
11,884,361  32 
11,072,069  26 
9,376,386  70 
9,376,386  70 
8,583,234  15 
8,655,494  14 
8,265,370  38 
7,961,178  54 

1876 

4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  06 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  60 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 
4,866,666  66 

1877 

1878 

12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12.166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166.666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 
12,166,666  66 

1879 

1880 

7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,3C?  000  00 
7,  .300, 000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,3UO,IMW  00 
7,300,000  00 

7,.3a\ooo  00 

7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,.300,O(M)  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  no 
7,300,000  00 

7,300,000  on 

7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 

14,6(MJO00  00 

1881 

14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 

1882 

1883 

14,600,000  00 

1884 

1885 

1886 

14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14  600,000  00 

1887 

1888.    .   . 

1889  

14,600,0fi0  00 

1890 

14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14.600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 , 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

rtoi 

1902 

14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 

1903 

14,600  000  00 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907  (9  mo3.)  .    ... 
1908 

14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 
14,600,000  00 

14,600,000  00 

1909       

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

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Debexttres  and  Stocks  p.\table  is  Londox. 

Year. 

Dominion 
Loan  of  1884, 
31  per  cent. 

Dominion 

Loan  of  1885, 

4  per  cent. 

(reduced.) 

Dominion 

Loan  of  1885, 

4  per  cent. 

Dominion 
Loan  of  1888, 
1S92  and  1894, 

3  per  cent. 

Dominion 

LDan  of  1897, 

2i  per  cent. 

Canadian 

Pacific  Ry. 

Land  Grant 

Loan, 
3J  per  cent- 

1867 

S        cts. 

-S        cts. 

8       cts. 

S        cts. 

S        cts. 

■S        cts. 

1868 

1860 

1870 

1871    

1872 

1873 

1874 

, 

1875   

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

" 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884...    

24,333,333  33 
24,333,333  a3 
24,333.333  33 
24,333,333  33 
24,333,333  33 
24,-333,333  33 
24,333,333  33 
24,333,333  .33 
24.333,3.33  33 
24,333,333  .33 
24.333,333  33 
24,333,-333  33 
24,333,33:^  33 
24,333,333  33 
24,333,-333  33 
24,333,333  33 
24,3-33,-333  33 
24,3.33,333  3S 
24,3.33,333  33 
24,333,333  .33 
24,333,3".3  33 
24,333,333  33 
ai,333,333  33 
24,333,333  33 
24,333,333  33 
24,333,333  33 
23,634,137  73 
23.467,206  27 
2.3,467,206  27 
23,467,2fJ6  27 
23,467,206  27 
23,467,206  27 
23,467,2<j6  27 
23,467,206  27 
23,467.206  27 
23,467,206  27 

1885 

31,356,.595  88 
31,3.56.595  88 
31,3.56,595  88 
31,a56,595  88 
31,336,595  88 
31,356,595  88 
31,356,595  88 
31,356,.595  88 
31,356,595  88 
31,356,595  88 
31,356,595  88 
31,-356,595  88 
31,-356,595  88 
31,356-595  88 
31,356,595  88 
31,356,395  88 
31,356,595  88 
31,-356,595  88 
31,356,593  88 
.31,.356,595  88 
31.356,393  88 
31,3.56,595  88 
31,a56,.595  88 
.31,356,595  88 
31,356,595  88 

'l'9,466,666'66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666-66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
19,466,666  66 
18,142,261  46 

■■ 

1886 

1887 

1888 

6,375,a33  33 
19,466,666  67 
19,466,666  67 
19,890,297  66 
30,727,506  24 
33,538,614  67 
.39,652,242  08 
.50,602,241  01 
.50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602  241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,898,661  62 
51,751,568  26 
53,5.32,034  82 
53,5.32,034  82 
54,486,6X4  10 
55.105,899  30 
42,512,076  63 
42,649,469  49 
43,116,280  15 
43,226,130  55 
37,262,129  50 
37,271,230  16 
37,271,230  16 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 



1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

'9.733,33333' 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,333  .33 
9.733.33.3  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,a33  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,3,33  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,333  33 
7,748,245  83 
4,888,183  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 

1898 

1899 

1900 

v.m 

1902 

1903 

1904    

1905 

1906 

1907  (9inoa.). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

15,056,006  6t> 
15,056.006  66 
15,056,006  66 
15,056,006  66 
15,036,006  66 
15,1156,006  66 
15,056  006  66 

1912 

1913 

1914 

15,056.006  66 
15,056,006  66 
15,036,006  66 
15,056,(J06  66 
15,056,006  66 
15j056,006  66 

1915 

1916 

1917 

37,271,230  16 
3r,271.230  16 
37,271,230  16 

1918 

1919 

•2-H 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
-Liabilities  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Con. 


Debentures  .^nd  Stocks  p-w.^ble  in  London. 

Year. 

Imperial 
Guaranteed 
Loan  (old) 
4  per  cent. 

Imperial 
Guaranteed 

Loan 
4  per  cent. 

Intercolonial 
Ry.  Loan 
5  per  cent. 

New^ 
Emnsw-ick 

Bonds, 
6  per  cent. 

Nova  Scotia 

Bonds, 
6  per  cent. 

Prince 

Edward  Island 

Bonds, 

6  per  cent. 

1867 

S       cts. 

681,333  34 
681,333  34 

$        cts. 

S        cts. 

S       cts. 
5,037,486  66 

S        cts. 

4,580,506  66 
4,460,300  00 
4,460,300  00 
4,460,300  00 
4,460,300  00 
4,448,133  33 
4,448,133  33 
4,438,400  00 
1,076,020  02 
1,082,833  35 
1,082,833  35 
1.082.8.33  35 

S       cts. 
1 

1868. 

4,886,620  00 
4  s,S6  6'>n  no 

1869. 

7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 
7,300,000  00 

ii;,(«iii,nno  oo 
li;.iii;o.iiiiu  00 

23,3r,0,000  00 
23,300,000  00 
23,360,000  no 
3". win,  1100  00 
30, lii ill, 01 10  00 

3o,i;iju,oou  00 

30,600,000  00 
30,660,000  00 
30,660.0(J0  00 
31,633,3.33  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,63.3,333  34 
31,6.33,333  34 
31,63.3,333  34 
31,633,333  34 
31,63,3,333  34 
31,63.3,333  34 
31,63.3,3.33  34 
31,6.33„333  34 
31,6.3.3,333  34 
31,633,3:33  34 
31,633,333  34 
22,873,333  34 
22,.S73,33H  34 
22,873,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

1870. 

1871 " . 

187a 



2,433,333  34  '     4^886,62666 
■  2,433,333  34  !     4,850.606  67 
2,433,333  34       4,701,686  67 
2,433,333  34       4,701,686  67 
2,433,333  34        4,701,686  07 
2,433,333  .34        4,401,446  67 
2,433,333  34       4,4!)1.446  67 
2,433,333  34        4,491,446  67 
2,433,333  34        4,491,446  67 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1,091,106  54 
1,091,106  54 
1,091,106  54 
1,091,106  54 
1  n91  106.54 

1876 

1877 

1878. 

1879 

2,433,333  34        4,491,446  67        1,082,833  35       1  091  106  .'i* 

1880 

1881 

2,433,333  34        4,491,446  67        1,082,8.33  33 
2,433,333  34        4,491,446  67        1,082,833  33 
2,433,333  34  ,     4,481,713  34        1,082,8.33  33 
2,433,333  34  i     4,408,713  34       1,082,833  33 
2,433,.3.33  34  j     4,374,646  67        1,082,833  3S 
2, 433,  .333  34  1     4,374,646  67        1.0S9  S.33  3:3 

1,091,10b  66 

1,091,106  66 

277,399  99 

1882. 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

2,433,333  34  1     4,137,153  34 
2,433,333  34  i     3,565,806  68 
2,4.33,333  34       2,116,.513  35 
2,433,3.33  34  |        695,9.33  35 
2,433,333  34  i          73,0(X)  00 
2,433,333  34             73.000  00 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892. .    

2,433,333  34 

1893 

2,433,333  34 
2,433,333  34 
2,4:i3,333  34 
2,433,333  34 
2,4.33,3.33  34 
2,433,333  34 
2,433,333  34 
2,4,33,:333  34 

1894 

1895 

1896. . . . 

1897 

1898 



.    . .        

1899. 

1900. 

1901 

2,4:33,3.33  34 

1902 

2,433,333  34 
2,433,333  34 

1903. 

1904 

1905 

1906 

3|  per  cent. 
Loan  1909. 

4  per  cent. 
Loan  1940-60. 

44  per  cent. 
Loan  1930-25. 

1907(9  months) 

22,873,3.33  34     Loan  1908-12. 

1908 

1909 

15.573,333  34 

15,573,333  34 

15,573,3.33  34 

8,273,3,33  34 

8,273,3.33  34 

8,273,333  34 

23,782,913  33 
23,147,15613 
22.785,103  68 
17,344,113  05 

29,200,000  00 
27,4,58,025  34 
27,231,353  34 
26,809,980  01 
26,710,116  01 
26,710,116  01 
26,701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 
20,701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914. 

58,400,000  00 
93,926,666  66 
93,926,666  66 
93,926,666  66 
93,926,666  66 
9:i,926,666  66 

1915 

1916. 

24,33.3,333  33 

1917 

24.333,333  33 

1918.. 

24,3:i3,:333  33 

1919. 

24,333,333  33 

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Debentures  payable  i.v  C.4.vada. 

Year. 

Bonds 
Convert- 
ible into 
Stocks 
6  per  cent. 

1 

Canada    |      Canada 
B°°f       Bonds  (old) 
oplrcent.    ^  P- --'• 

Canada 

Bond.s 

7  per  cent. 

Dominion 

Bonds 
5  per  cent. 

Dominion 

Bonds 
4  per  cent. 

Xew 
Bruns- 
wick, 
6  fier  cent. 

Nova  Scotia 
6  per  cent. 

1867  .... 
1868 

S     cts. 

660,00060 
578,000  00 
576,000  00 
566,000  00 
541,  WO  00 
.541,000  00 
540,000  00 
5.S9,000  00 
538,000  00 
538,000  00 
S-SSjOOO  00 

.')SS.(|(MI  00 

.^;-;s.uii(i  ("HI 
r):;s,un(i  00 
:.;>s,onii  on 
^);:;,s.oiiu  (HI 
.v!.S,000  00 

.5;W,ooo  00 
5:«,ooo  00 

538,000  00 
538,000  00 
238,000  00 
23.8,000  00 
238,000  00 
238,000  00 

S     cte. 

192,925  01 
192,925  01 
192,925  01 
192,925  01 
192,525  01 
182,725  01 
182,725  01 
167,a58  33 
160,858  33 
127,016  67 
114,850  00 
113,650  00 
113,650  00 
113,650  00 
1 1  ^  (i'lfi  I «1 

S     cts. 

1,254,250  02 

1,243,610  02 

1,227,610  02 

1,227,210  02 

1,015,602  60 

.'M3,655  04 

257,991  04 

183,057  72 

132,690  00 

17,500  00 

10,120  00 

4,120  00 

1,200  00 

1,200  00 

1.200  00 

S     cts. 

873,200  00 
873,200  00 
300  00 
300  00 
300  00 
300  011 
300  0<J 
300  00 

S     cts. 

S      cts. 

S     cts. 

196,900  00 

196,900  00 

196,900  00 

196,900  00 

196,900  00 

190,900  00 

196.900  00 

189,,300  00 

189,300  00 

130,100  00 

126,900  00 

123,700  0<J 

123,700  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

122,900  00 

1,600  00 

1,100  00 

600  00 

600  00 

600  00 

600  00 

600  00 

60O00 

600  00 

600  00 

60O0O 

600  00 

60<jOO 
000  00 
IWOOO 
600  00 
600  00 
600  00 
600  00 
600  00 
600  00 
600  00 
600  00 
IXWOO 

S       cts. 

1,481,900  00 
1,4S1,900  00 

1869 

1,481,900  00 
1,481,900  00 
1,481,900  00 
1,481,900  00 
1,481,900  00 

1870  

1871 

80,000  00 
SI  1. 0(  II  t  (Xi 
SO,  000  00 
80,000  00 

1872  

1873  .... 

1874...    . 
1875  

1,481,900  00 
970,900  00 

1876 

9,54,353  34 
954,353  34 
951,920  01 

1877  .... 

1878 

1879 

951,920  01 
951,920  01 

1880 

1881 

951,920  01 

1882 

11  ;.  V i.'2o666 

951,920  01 

1883   .... 

.;,■^    ■'    III    IM) 

951,920  01 
951,920  01 

18S4 

2,100  00 
400  00 
4W  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
40OO0 
400  00 

400  00 

400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 
400  00 

27,000  on 

316,000  00 
1,244,000  00 
1,269,000  00 
1,276,000  00 
1,276,000  00 
1,276,000  00 
1,276,000  00 
1,776,000  00 
1,768,000  00 
l,762,0(JO  00 
1,708,000  00 
1,70S.OO)I  00 

1  71  IS.  IK  II)    III) 

l,19S,iiii(i  ii-i 
1,198,000  00 
1,198,000  00 
1,198,000  00 
1,198,000  00 
1,198,000  00 

1885.... 

2,920  07 

1886   ... 

1887 

1888  .... 

1889  

189(J  

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894     . . . 

1895 

1896 

1897  .... 

...... 

1898 



1899 

1900     .... 

1901 

1902     . . 

1903  ... 

1904 

1905 

War  Saving 
Certificate. 

5  per  cent. 

Debenture 

Stock. 

3i  per  cent. 

BondLoan 

1925  28. 

4i  per  cent. 

Bond  Loan 

1925  45. 

5.J  per  cent. 

Debenture 

Stock. 

1906 

1907  (9     \ 
months) ) 
1908 

....       ... 

l!t09 

1910 

1911 

1912   .    .. 

1913 

'  *  *  • 

1914 

1915 

1916 

'5,072.  Kff'66 

12,062,768  70 
11,604,493  oti 

'8.634.366  no 

14,281.000  00 
18.164,300  00 

iV.  464.674  .ifi 
12.404,678  36 
12.404,678  36 

95,'207,a5i'  a 
95,207,351  17 
95,207,351  17 

1917   .... 



1918 

19)9 

13,'666,'35666 

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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Table  V.— Liabilities  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867..  to  March  31,  1919— Con. 


Debf.n'tcres  P.\y.4ble  i.\  Canada. 

Bank  of 
ilontreal. 
(various). 

Canadian 

Pacific 

Railway 

4  per  cent 

Funded 

Debt. 

Dominion 

Stock 
6  per  cent. 

I'ear. 

Overdue 
Debentures 

Province 
of  Canada. 

Prince 
Edward 
Island 
6  ijer  cent. 

Prince 

Edward 

Island. 

5  per  cent. 

Stock 
6  per  cent. 

1867 

S    cts. 

S    cts. 

S     cts. 

8    cts. 

2,249,416  67 
2,500,000  00 

S    cts. 

S     cts. 

S    cts. 

1868 

1,427,538  66 

3.272,861  09 

4,093,001  20 

4,2!)5,223  75 

4,516,499  51 

4,435.942  54 

4,405,605  97 

4,158.143  83 

4,124,643  83 

4,121,043  83 

4,122,847  25 

4,121,197  25 

422,152  57 

4.5,664  22 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8.000  00 

8,000  Of) 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  (W 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
S.OOO  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8,000  00 
8.000  00 

1869 

1870 

^1,022,805  51 

1,247,699  84 

501,793  36 

1871 

1872 

631  593  .33 

1873. . 

1,020,837  57 
1,363,485  26 

1874 

9;614"39 
9,614  39 
9,614  39 
9,614  39 
8,641  06 
8,641  06 
10,101  06 
9,614  40 
9,514  40 
9,514  40 

366,404  44 

308,977  79 

308,004  46 

308,004  46 

302,975  58 

203,371  31 

201,100  00 

1S6,!500  00 

69,  .500  00 

2,500  00 

1,000  00 

1,000  00 

137,402  24 
135,455  57 

1875.    .    .    . 

1,803,583  69 

1876 

1  923,433  15 

1877 

2,1.32,251  82 

1878 



2,776,017  82 

1879 

3,945,739  82 
9,244,237  58 
9,620,307  61 

1880 

1881 

1882 

9,095,834  .54 

1883 

4,262,883  44 
4,096,148  02 
3,928,851  76 
1,184,062  05 
1,120,817  70 
1,054,371  61 
984,561  67 

1884 

15,286,497  90 

13,934,572  42 

12,528,029  15 

11,064,661  52 

9,542,173  84 

7,958,177  66 

6,310,188  03 

4,595,619  62 

2,811,782  65 

955,878  67 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

911,217  61 
834,160  51 

1891 

1S92 

753,202  39 

1893 

668,145  77 
578,783  15 

1894 

1895 

484.896  55 

1896 

386,256  94 

1897 

1898 



282,623  70 
173  744  02 

1899 

59,352  31 

1900 

' 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

5  per  cent 

War  Loan, 

1917-37. 

Victory 
Loan,  1917. 

Victory 
Loan,  1918 

5  per  cent 

Public 

Ser\-ice 

Loan 

New  York, 
1916. 

5  |)er  cent 

Bond 

Loan 
New  York. 

1907(9racs.) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

18,100,232  48 
92,r.(i7.soooii 
y2,6(i7,8i«)  00 

75,000,000  00 
75,000,000  00 
75,000,000  00 

873,666  00 
873,000  00 
873,000  00 

1918 

T919 

540,460,663  05 
541,250,134  04 

.175  018  267   M 

PUBLIC  ACCOV^TS 


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Table  V. — Liabilities  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Year. 


1867... 

1868..., 

1869.  .. 

1870.... 

1871.... 

1872... 

1873.... 

1874..., 

1875.... 

1876  .  . 

1877.... 

1878... 

1879.... 

1880.... 

1881..., 

1882.... 

1883  ... 

1884... 

1885.... 

1886.... 

1887..  . 

1888.... 

1889. . . . 

1890.... 

1891.... 

1892.... 

1893. . . . 

1894.... 

1895.... 

1896.... 

1897.... 

1898 . . . . 

1899.... 

1900 

1901 . . . . 
1902.... 
1903..  . 
1904... 
1905... 
1906.... 


1907  (9  mo9.) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916...... 

1917 

1918 

1919 


Dominion 

Stock 
6  per  cent. 


■?   uts. 


955,000  00 
1,078,000  00 
4,7.57,222  83 
4,625,622  83 
5,030,822  83 
4,923,322  83 
4,807,722  83 
4,705,959  34 
4,59J281  29 
4.542,527  96 
4,474,327  96 
4,472,727  96 
4,428,678  29 
1,644,000  00 
l,a54,000  00 
l,654,(J0fl  00 
1,654,000  0(1 
1,651,000  00 
1,654.000  Ofl 
1,583,000  0<J 


Dominion 

Stock 

and  bond3 

3i  per  cent. 


5  per  cent 

War  Loan 

1915-25. 


lod.fmo.ooo  oo 

93,926,100  00 
51,i9o.fJ0f.00 
51,195,000  00 


52,500  00 

59,000  00 

152,300  00 

2.S5,300  00 

298,700  00 

781,900  00 

3,150,514  68 

.■?,.5fi4,214  68 

3,498,514  68 

3,421,764  68 

3.299,364  68 

3,752,064  68 

3.702,431  34 

5,074,531  34 

5.047,399  34 

5,4.3.5,166  01 


2,397,566  00 

2,272,866  01 

2,260,066  01 

2,309,506  01 

2,285,516  01 

2.221,328  01 

2,181,218  01 

709,453  34 

681,953  34 

289,053  34 

251,403  34 

224,.503  34 

196,403  34 


Exchequer 
Bills. 


cts. 


6,575,410  05 
2,224,353  70 


Dominion 
Stock 
3§  per  cent. 


2,500,000  00 
2,500,000  00 
2.500,000  00 
2,500,000  00 
2,500,000  OO 
2,500,000  00 


Indemnity 

to 

Seigneurs 

and 
Townships 
6  per  cent. 


S     cts, 

.3,869,810  02 

3,869,810  02 

3,869,810  02 

3,860,645  58 

3,811,065  13 

3,72.5,553  71 

3,500,593  57 

3,476,822  29 

825,477 

466,387  88 

407,061  20 

40<J,427  41 

391,330    6 

385,840  31 

.394,. 595  90 

244.936  10 

200,085  45 

198,162  11 

195.378  79 

188,764  80 

188,764  80 

179,153  81 

181,776  48 

179,416  33 

166,9.59  98 

166,559  98 

166,,309  98 

164,7;e  32 

131,386  90 

124,327  80 

117,287  66 

78,873  00 

78,798  00 

78.798  00 

78,029  34 

76,262  43 

76,262  43 

76,262  43 

76,262  43 

76,108  72 


72,599 
72,599 
64,029 
38,322 
38.322 
38,091 
38,091 
34,2.37 
.34,2:57 
34,237 
34,237 
34,237 
33,458 


London 
Agents 
(various). 


.$      cts. 

1,226.-548  53 

1,372,873  8' 

49,080  91 

215,570  75 


82,498  08 
2,880,809  96 
151,699  51 
2,006,471  4' 
1,906  13 
.3,893,875  « 
4,446,574  93 


2,323,399  04 
179,025  51 


85,565  60 


5  per  cent 

War  Loan 

)  916-31. 


10fi.706..300  00 
6,3,066,300  00 
63,066,300  00 


Mis- 
cellaneous. 


S     cts. 


508,306 

354  369 

178,034 

135,533 

269,608 

894,302 

439,227 

513,588 

659,122 

581,300 

574,842 

749,014 

1,298,515 

1,498,043 

1,492,619 

1,307,196 

1,308.963 

1,168,874 

1,572,187 

1,200,476 

1,036,358 

2,  .555, 374 

1,238,262 

1,192,303 

1,330,005 

1,302,834 

1,558,785 

1,542,237 

1,914,712 

1,693,209 

2,022.466 

2,162.621 

2,535,942 

2,625,217 

6,402,535 

9,792,469 

5,90O,.594 

11,263,136 

18,013,558 

26,027,229 


20,707,498  49 
20,743,961  40 
17,909,94158 
20,540,599  4' 
25,069,812  B: 
23,.309,198  59 
25,954,002  30 
31,367,463  80 
41,291,721  72 
31,725,791  93 
3.5,057,^50  64 
26,683,339  46 
27,1,59,074  85 


Notes. 
Canada. 


S      cts. 

3,113,700  00 

3,795,000  00 

4,830,000  00 

7,479,353  33 

7,367,340  74 

10,510,541  21 

11,284,131  69 

12.175,578  62 

10,778,873  00 

11,533,891  48 

10.680.492  88 
10,460.734  81 
10,789,710  04 
13,566,159  46 
14,538,965  05 
15,807,910  91 
15,997,851  73 
15,360,281  32 
15,633,255  58 
16,297,453  36 
15,059.836  06 
16,249,318  53 
15,426,280  83 
1.5,357.892  71 
16,176,317  23 
17,282,698  66 

18.448.493  80 
20,061,719  45 
19,.520,233  12 
20,372,215  12 
22,318,096  26 
22,178,193  76 
24,236,466  52 
26,094,923  52 
27,671,4.52  05 
32,780,387  05 
39,006.198  58 
41,.574,783  33 
47,334,221  72 
49,941,427  22 


4,794,596  68 

60,455,99136 

79,351,030  50 

87,134,068  50 

89,994,270  25 

113,329,633  40 

112,101,885  65 

117,79.1,638  53 

1.57,056,118  91 

177,943.1.31  54 

183,248,986  79 

250,798,860  92 

289.2';8,697  67 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  V. — Liabilities  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Year. 


1867.. 

1868.. 

1869.. 

1870.. 

1871.. 

1872,'. 

1873. . 

1874.. 

1875.. 

1876. . 

1877.. 

1878. . 

1879.. 

1880.. 

1881.. 

1882.. 

1883.. 

1884.. 

1885.. 

1886.. 

1887.. 

1888.. 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1891.. 

1892. . 

1893.. 

1894.. 

1895.. 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898. . 

1899 

1900.. 

1901 . . 

1902. . 

1903.. 

1904.. 

1905.. 

1906.. 

19071 

9  m./ 

1908.. 

1919.. 

1910. 

1911. 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. . 

1915,. 

1916. . 

1917.. 

1918. . 

1919. . 


Notes 
Nova  Sco- 
tia. 


Pacific 

Railway 

Land  Grant 

Bonds 

4  per  cent 

Deposit 

Account. 


605,859 
552,325 
467,743 
334,301 
115,091 
61,685 
51,028 
47,013 
44,665 
43,228 
42,527 
41,845 
41,397 
41,039 
40,810 
40,595 
40,358 
40,237 
40,164 
40,084 
39,880 
39,792 
39,767 
39,743 
39,624 
39,584 
39,570 
39,.534 
39,519 
39,475 
39,438 
39,429 
39,429 
39,424 
39,419 
39,406 
39,406 
39,406 
39,406 
39,361 


1,001,333  00 


39,361  18 

39,361  18 
39,286  23 
39,272  61 
39,2.38  55 
39,224  92 
39,220  05 
39,220  05 
39,220  05 
39,220  Oi 
39,220  05 
39,207  40 
39;207  40 


1,000,000  00 
3,566,800  00 
2,694,186  15 


Province  of 
Ontario 

and  Quebec 
Account 

5  per  cent. 


358, 

2,151. 

4,010, 

5,753, 

7,501,, 

9,248, 

10,986,, 

10,960, 

10,942, 

10,922, 

10,903, 

10,882, 

lo.sie, 

10,S41, 
10,S21, 
10,800, 
10,778, 
10,757, 
10,735. 
10,714, 
10,691, 
10,669, 
10,  (HO, 
U).l'41i. 
10,64;i, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 
10,149, 


Province  of 

Nova 
Scotia  Debt 

Account, 
5  per  cent. 


Province 

of  Nova 

Scotia 

Special 

Accounts, 

4  per  cent. 


Province 
of  Canada, 
Suspense 
Account, 
4  per  cent . 


cts. 

822  01 
192  13 
802  64 

946  oe 

361  93, 
68(>  99 
365  67 
335  35 
245  31 
628  25 
14714 
478  77 
20!).S5 
,s-2(i  t;4 
221  01 
486  28 
518  53 
123  34 
.556  86 
02111 
985  55 
549  47 
234  49 
171  22 
171  22 
17122 
17122 
171  22 
17122 
171  22 
17122 
171  22 
17122 
171  22 
171  22 
17122 


S   cts. 


5,397,503  13 
5,397,503  13 
5,397,503  13 

5,397,503  13 


5,397, 
5,397, 
,5,397, 
5,.397, 
.5,397, 
5,397, 
5,307, 
5,397, 
5,397, 
5,  .397, 
5,397, 
6,397, 


503  13 
503  13 
503  13 
.503  13 
503  13 
.503  13 
.503  13 
503  13 
503  13 
503  13 
503  13 
503  13 


1,260, 

843, 

653, 

470, 

450, 

405, 

1,734. 

1,929, 

1,708, 

1,322, 

1,018, 

700, 

54, 

40, 

17, 

259,: 

259, 

1,0,52, 

1,057, 

1,057 

1,057 

1,0.57, 

1,056, 

1,056, 

1,0.56, 

1,056, 

1,056, 

1,056. 

1,056, 

1,056, 

1,056, 

1,056, 

l,0.5(i, 

1,056, 

1,056, 

1,0.56, 

1,056, 

1,056, 

1,0.50, 

1,056, 


527 
8.57 
708 
213 
266 
259 
034 
213 
522 
801 
913 
983 
800 
394 
3.S3 
337 
098 
345 
693 
613 
410 
321 
472 
447 
329 
289 
274 
238 
223 
179 
142 
133 
133 
133 
123 
111 
HI 
111 
111 
111 


$  cts. 


24,333  33 
24,333  33 


Province  of 

New 
Brunswick, 

Debt 
Account, 
5  per  cent. 


$      cts. 


1,056,111  12 

1,056,111  12 
1,056,025  47 
1,056,025  47 
1,056,025  47 
1,055,929  12 
1,0.55,924  25 
1,0.55,924  25 
1,0.5.5,924  25 
1,055,924  25 
1  055,924  25 
1,05:\924  25 
1,055,924  25 


Province  of 

British 

Columbia 

Debt 
Account, 
5  per  cent. 


S      cts, 

953,943  61 
504,628  60 


417,322  49 
443,2,57  92 
417,980  94 
412,615  74 
261,781  07 
33,510  42 


S   cts. 


16  00 


563,449  29 
663,449  29 
638,449  29 
638,449  29 
596,449  29 
551,449  29 
531, 185  72 
.531,185  72 
531,185  72 
531,185  72 
531,185  72 
530,908  44 
530,908  44 
530,679  29 
530,402  20 
529,627  69 
.529,627  69 
529,627  69 
529,299  39 
529,299  39 
529.299  39 
529,299  39 
.529,299  39 

529,299  39 

629,299  39 
529,299  39 
529,299  39 
529,299  39 
629,299  39 
529,2i)9  39 
529.2!)9  39 
529,299  39 
529,299  39 
629  299  39 
629,299  39 
529,299  39 


665,794  97 
844,077  83 
840,843  34 
651,871  24 
501,871  24 
501,871  24 
501,871  24 
501,871  24 
500,382  53 
499,913  52 
499.913  52 
499,913  .52 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
.583,021  40 
58-3,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583.021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 
583,021  40 

583,021  40 

583,021  40 

583,021  40 

,583.021  40 

583.021  40 

583,021  40 

.583,021  40 

683,021  40 

583,021  40 

58,3,021  40 

5S3,021  40 

.583,021  40 

683,021  40 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Table  V. — Liabilities  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Year. 


1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872. 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 , 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

188;? 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1093 

19(M 

1905 

1906 

1907l9mo8.)., 

1908 

19n9 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 


Province 

of  Manitoba 

Debt 

Account 

5  per  cent. 


\    Province  of 
j Prince  Edward 
I    Island 
I  Debt  Account 
5  per  cent. 


5^  cts. 


496, 

416. 

393! 

.S93, 

393, 

393, 

393, 

393, 

293, 

243, 

243, 

3.53. 

203, 

3,317, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,311, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578. 

3,578, 

3,.?78, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3.578, 

3,578. 

3,578, 

3,5:8, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 

3,578, 


025  08 
247  65 
060  89 
060  89 
060  89 
060  89 
060  89 
060  89 
060  89 
060  89 
060  89 
885  96 
885  96 
219  76 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
914  77 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 
941  20 


cts. 


Quebec 
Railway 

Subsidies 
4^  per  cent. 


Savings       j       Savings 
(  Banks,  Post     Banks.  Gov- 

Office,  emment 

4  per  cent ;  3i    4  per  cent. ;  3i 
'per  cent,  after   per  cent,  after 
Oct.  1,  1889,   I  Oct.  1, 


L/Ct.    I,     i.NMf,     I    VJCt.   JL,    1889, 

and  3  per  cent,  and  3  per  cent, 
-''er  Ju'-'     ■  -'— 

1897 


and  3  per  cent,  and  S  per  cent 

after  July  1,   "  after  July  1, 

1H97.  1897. 


S      3ts. 


Temporary 
Leans. 


$     cU. 


1.529.411  as 
870,701  36 
831,886  16 
831,886  10 
801,530  10 
793,a56  12 
793,a56  12 
793,274  12 
79.'i,274  12 
792,899  12 
975,872  92 
975,872  90 
975,872  -90 
975,872  90' 
975,791  831 
775,791  80 
775,791  83! 
775,791  83; 
775,791  83; 
775,791  83' 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83, 
775,791  83' 
775,791  83' 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83' 
775,791  83 
775,791  8X 
775,791  83, 
775,791  83! 
775,79]  83' 
775,791  83 
775,791  as 
77.'',791  8a 
775,791  S3 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 
775,791  83 


2,3!I4,000  00 
2,394,000  00 
2,394,000  00 
2,394,000  00 
2,394,000  00 
2,394.000  00 
2,394,000  00 
2,394,000  00 
2,394,000  00 
2,394,000  001 
2,394,000  00' 
2,394,(X)0  00 
2,394,000  00, 


204 

856, 

1,543, 

2,452, 

3,033, 

3,163. 

3,204 

2,926 

2,740, 

2,6.'<9. 

2,754, 

3,105. 

3,94.5, 

6,208, 

9.473, 

11,976, 

13,245. 

15,090, 

17,159, 

19,497. 

20,689. 

2.3,011. 

21,990, 

21,738. 

22,298, 

24,153, 

25,257, 

26,805. 

28  932 

32,380, 

3J  480. 

3-.,771, 

37,507. 

39,950, 

42,320. 

44,25.5, 

45,419, 

45.368, 

45,736, 

47,453, 

47,564, 

45,190, 

43,586, 

43,330, 

43,563, 

42,728 

41,591. 

39,99.5, 

40,008, 

42,582, 

41,182. 

41,654 


,588  891 

,814  261 

,970  41 

,965  2!): 

352  90 

,320  26 

,965  4t; 

,0W  4*i 

,952  59 

,937  47 

,484  03 

,190  SO 

,669  11 

,226  77 

,661  53 

,237  31 

,552  64 

,.540  31 

,372  09, 

,750  lb 
,032  62, 

,422  .571 

.6.53  49, 

,648  091 

,4Ul  65 

,193  66 

,868  14! 

„>42  47 

,929  68 
,829  09 

,937  771 

,605  17i 
,455  80 
,810  62 

,209  91 
,326  93 

,70(i  28 

,320  6S 

,488  51 

,227  75, 

,284  28 

,484  21 1 

,357  42! 

,579  10! 

,764  33! 

,941  83 

,286  .57 

,406  40 

,417  70 

,478  59 

,807  .56 

,920  36 


§     cts. 


1,422,046 

1,481,537 

1,595,304 

1.82.3,102 

2,062,480 

2,154,2a3 

2,958,170 

4,0(J5,295 

4,245,090 

4,303,165 

4,830,603 

5,712,529 

6.102,492 

7,107,287 

9,628,445 

12,29.5,000 

14,242,870 

15,971,984 

17,888,536 

20,014,441 

21,334,525 

20,682,025 

19,944,9.35 

19,021,811 

17,661,378 

17,231,145 

17,693,462 

17,778,144 

17.644,9.56 

17,866,388 

16,554,146 

1.5,630,181 

15,470,110 

15,642,266 

16,098,146 

16,117,778 

16,.51.5,802 

16,738.743 

16,649,135 

16,174,133 

15,088,584 

15,016,871 

14,748,436 

V4,H77,872 

14,763,751 

14,655,563 

14,411,541 

13,076,316 

14,006,311 

l.-',..520,008 

13,(33.610 

12,177,283 

11,402,097 


18,985,907  97 
1,262,444  46 
1,241,000  00 
5,651,4.59  33 


8: 
42; 

03 
49 
52 
.■59 
37 
72 
50 
36 
32 
40 
07 
23 
16 
24 
20 
OS 
79 
22 
61 
11 
55 
07 
98 
44 
18 
38! 
90! 
63! 

21 

28   3,893,333  33 

60 

44 

79 

32 

62 

97 

57 

12 

02 

12 

4.* 

84 

73 

56 

85 

86 

64 


1,946,666  66 
7,786,666  65 


1,460,000  00 
2,433,333  33 


1,946,666  66 
4,866,666  66 


4,866,666  66 
2,920,000  DO 
2,920.000  00 
l,216,6ij6  67 
9,299,999  99 
]3,606,a'i3  32 
17,033,.333  33 


8,273,333  31 
81,073.684  22 
l.S2.992,379  8s 
02  30",332.797  42 
18  183,288,1.'?0  72 
861  362,954,333  31 


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Table  V. — ^Liabilities  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,   1919 — 

Co7icluded. 


Year. 


1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

18S3 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1835 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902. 

1903 

1904. 

1905 

1906 

1907  (9  mos).. 

1908 

1909. 

1910. .. 

1911 

1912 ,. 

1913 

1914 

191.^ 

1910 

1917 

1918  

1919 


Trust  Fund.s. 
6  per  cent. 


S        cts. 

1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  .58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,178,410  58 
1,133,172  34 
1,103,476  81 
1,107,812  93 
1,032,431  71 
1,116,962  08 
1,117,803  92 
1,125,112  98 
1,125,112  98 
1,12.5,112  98 
1,112,779  55 
1,107,965  99 
1,105,220  ,59 
1,110,205  34 
1,105,220  59 
1,105,220  59 
1.105,220  59 
1,105,220  59 
1,097,657  70 
1,097,657  70 
1,097,657  70 
1,097,056  11 
1,097,056  11 
1,092.718  87 
1,091,828  72 
1,091,828  " 
1,090,738  S3 
1,089,844  37 
1,0«9,844  37 
1,089,844  37 
1,089,844  37 
1,089,844  37 
1,089,844  37 
1,089,844  37 
1,088,051  71 
1,088,051  71 
1,089,844  3 
1,089,844  37 
1,089,844  3" 
1,089,844  37 


Trust  Funds, 
5  per  cent. 


5,230,369 
5,276,388 
5,299,207 
5,336,088 
5,396,778 
5,476,838 
5,507,936 
5,574,436 
5,644,113 
5,703,527 
5,720,936 
5,681,920 
5,656,066 
5,715,042 
5,807,973 
5,892,558 
4,42.5,801 
4,473,061 
4,506,111 
4,474,052 
4,387,-368 
4,497,393 
4,475,734 
5,459,748 
5  413,731 
5,414,414 
5,414,414 
5,402,077 
5,400,603 
5,397,734 
5,397,734 
5,397,175 
5,462,390 
5,455,208 
5,476,178 
5,485,685 
5,480,3^6 
5,489,934 
5,497,626 
5,503,665 
3,188,200 
3,221,650 
3,227,188 
3,644,061 
3,650,306 
3,243,513 
3,249,124 
3,252,0(;4 
3.252,064 
3,258,265 
3,260,0.56 
10,217,170 
10,795,246 


Trust  Funds, 
4  per  cent ; 

Sh   per  cent 
after  1891, 

and  4  per  cent 
after  1906. 


cts. 


467,156  28 
.549,189  45 
418,767  04 
468,670  26 
568,354  26 
476,137  60 
,599.538  46 
612,266  36 
696,295  44 
,722,489  85 
771,949  83 
,826,659  09 
882,396  02 
,941,587  86 
,983,574  49 


500,000  00 
500,000  00 
500,000  00 
322,159  88 
,322,159  88 
412,314  2.- 


412,314  25 


Trust  Funds, 
3  i)er  cent. 


Unpaid 
Warrants 
Prince 
Kdward 
Island. 


Total  Liabilities. 


3,000  00 
2,416  85 
1,216  85 


871, 
1,814, 
1,871, 
1,875. 
1,870, 
1,923, 
3,952, 
4,130, 
4,357, 
4,732, 
5,010, 
5.608, 
6,023, 
6,291 


692  90 
571  97 
408  50 
474  09 
339  66 
257  97 
134  53 
228  99 
189  90 
376  38 
432  97 
418  83 
676  29 
368  03 


i;,7t.2 

7,144 

7,47.S, 

8,  .395, 

8,688, 

9,1'.KI, 

9,9,sl 

10.828, 

11,491, 

11,655, 

11,454, 

11,915 

5,799. 

5,867, 


iiV. 

83  63 

.327  16 

)oi; 
o:s  6(i 

Ml  51 
8:54  98 

80  20 
0.33  69 
108  02 
.540  15 
609  2; 
188  40 


S  cts. 


3,869  48 
1,157  81 
857  81 
630  70 
630  70 
630  70 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  .59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  5! 
549  59 
549  59 
549  .59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  59 
549  ,59 
549  59 
.549  59 


.? 

93,046, 
96,896, 
112,361. 
115,993, 
115,492, 
122,400, 
130,778,' 
141,163, 
151,663, 
161,204, 
174,675, 
174,957, 
179,483, 
194,634, 
199,861, 
205,365, 
202,159, 
242,482, 
264,703, 
273,164, 
273,187, 
284,513, 
287,722. 
286,112, 
289,899. 
295,333, 
300,054, 
308,348, 
318,048, 
325,717, 
332,530, 
338,375, 
45  160, 
346,206, 
354,7.32, 
366,3,58 
361,344 
.364,902, 
377,078, 
,392, 2b9, 
379,966, 
408,20' 
478,535, 
470,663. 
474,941, 
508,338, 
483,232. 
544,391, 
700,473, 
936,98' 
1,382,003 
1,863,33,5 
2,676,635, 


cts. 

051  73 
660  20 
998  39 
06  76 
682  76 
179  36 
098  53 
551  33 
401  62 
687  86 
834  97 
268  96 
,871  21 
440  68 
537  51 
251  97 
104  30 
416  21 
607  43 
341  11 
626  43 
841  89 
062  76 
295  10 
229  62 
274  10 
524  74 
023  96 
,754  87 
536  73 
131  33 
,984  23 
902  54 
979  92 
432  52 
476  59 
,098  37 
,512  17 
579  80 
680  39 
,826  09 
,158  25 
427  02 
045  99 
487  42 
.591  77 
,5.55  24 
368  86 
814  37 
,802  42 
;,267  69 
898  89 
724  77 


PUBLIC  Accovxrs 


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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  Julj^  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919. 


Year. 

Albert 
Railway 
Company 

Loan 
Account. 

Balance 

of  Dominion 

3.4  par  cent 

Loan 

Account. 

Bank 

Deposits. 
11  per  cent. 

Bank 

Deposits, 

24  per  cent. 

Bank 
Deposits, 
3  per  cent. 

Bank 

Deposits, 

34  jier  cent. 

Bank 

Deposits, 
4  per  cent. 

18G7 

S      cts. 

S     cts. 

$     cts. 

S     cts. 

S     cts. 

S     cts. 

S      cts. 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

950,000  00 

1873 

1874 ..   . 

1875 

1876 

1,119,999  98 
4,153,2.55  49 
4,49.5,332  66 
1,256,526  66 

377,696  65 

1,045,000  00 

55,000  00 

3,105,000  00 

2,455,000  00 

205  000  00 

1877 

18V8 

1879 

1880 

1,000,000  00 
2,100,000  00 
3,853,066  67 

1881 

1882 

390,000  00 
15,000  00 
15,000  00 

1S83 

. 

1S84 

4,087,693  28 

188.") 

130,000  00 
130,000  00 
130,000  00 
130,000  00 
.30,000  00 
30,000  00 

1885 

1887 

11,436  81 
14,548  94 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,723  56 
14,725  56 
14,7-J5  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 
14,723  .56 
14,725  56 
14,725  56 



188.S 

4,900,000  00 

1889 

3,756,442  21 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902.. 

1903 

1904 



1905 

1906 

' 

1907  (9  mos  ).   . 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 



1913 

• .  * 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918. 

1919 

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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued. 


Year. 

Bank 

DeiKjsit, 

4^  per  cent 

Bank 

Deposit, 

6  per  cent. 

Bank 
Deposits, 

Varying 
Rates. 

Bank 

Deposits, 

Special 

Circulation 

Accoimt 
5  per  cent. 

Bank 

of  Montreal 

Silver 
Debentures. 

Bonds 

for  Savings 

Banks, 
5  per  cent. 

Bonds 
for  Inter- 
colonial 
Railway, 
5  per  cent. 

1867. 

S      cts. 

$       cts. 

S      cts. 

$     cts. 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

S    cts. 

1868. 

572,443  47 
72,443  47 

1869 

234,000  00 
157,106  66 

1870. 

9,000  00 
1,362,666  66 

1871. . 

1872. . . 

1873. 

2,864,666  69 

3,399.450  02 

3,580,838  90 

1,658,699  99 

317,500  00 

282,500  00 

385,000  00 

10,000  00 

1,000,000  00 
1,400,000  00 

1874. 

1875. . . 

1876. 

486,666  67 

1877. . 

1878. . . 

1879. . . 
1880. . . 
1881. . . 

1882. . . 
1883. . . 

i4o,boo'o6 

350,666  66 

200,000  00 

1884. . , 

1885 

1886. . . 

1887. . . 
1888. . . 

1889. . . 

1890. . . 

1891.   . 

1892. . . 

1893. . . 

1894. 

1895. . . 

1896. . . 

1897. . . 

1898. . . 

1899. . . 

1900. . . 

1901. . . 

1902. . . 

1903. . . 

1904. . . 

1905. . 

1906. . . 

1907    \ 
9mo's/ 
1908. . . 

1909... 

1910... 

1911. 

1912. . . 

1913    . 

1 

1914. . . 

1915. . . 

191H... 

1917. . . 

1918.  . 

1919. . . 

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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Contimied. 


Year. 

New 
Brunswick 

Bonds, 
6  per  cent. 

C.  P.  R., 

Land  Grant 

Bonds 

Account 

5  pet  cent. 

C.  p.  R. 

Co. 
Accounts. 

Cash. 

City 
of  St.  John 

Bonds 
6  per  cent. 

Canada 
Reduced 

liOan 
4  per  cent. 

Cobourg 

Bonds 

6  per  cent. 

1867. 

$      cts. 

S      cts. 

S       cts. 

S      cts. 

589,085  23 
1,425,786  00 
2,966,9.30  73 
2  275,101  50 
3,499,502  26 
.3,935,945  95 
4,717.571  49 
4,431,347  40 

-S     cts. 

S     cts. 

53,533  as 
53,533  .33 
53,533  33 
53,533  33 

S     cts. 
21,210  47 

1868 

21,210  47 

1869 

21,210  47 

1870 

21,210  47 

1871 

374,886  67 

469,633  35 

.385,926  71 

200,506  72 

88,573  38 

38,933  39 

38,933  39 

2,433  39 

2,433  39 

2.433  39 

2,4.33  39 

2,433  39 

2,433  39 

2,433  39 

2,433  39 

2,433  39 

2,433  39 

2,433  39 

21,210  47 

1872. 

21,560  00 

21,560  00 
21.560  00 

526,573  32 

264,746  66 

118,260  00 

118,260  00 

118,260  00 

118,260  00 

118,260  00 

118.260  00 

118,260  00 

118,260  00 

40,393  33 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

39,906  66 

21,210  47 

1873. 

1,001,333  00 

21,210  47 

1874 

21,210  47 

1875 

6,037,361  08        21.560  00 

21,210  47 

1876 

4,825,529  33 
4,802,766  05 
5,184,327  57 
5,599,.5.54  64 
7,339,770  44 
7,208,311  95 
7,596,853  56 

3.351.510  29 
5,228,982  85 
5,521,076  89 
7,758,485  68 
5,080.6.36  68 
5,211,965  76 
4,441,272  95 
2,884,540  59 
2,487,078  38 
2,822,968  48 
3,071,183  48 
2,790,663  60 
3,9.31,348  13 
2,624,214  56 
1,790,865  79 

1.813.511  91 
2,271,099  82 
1,052,259  69 

279,.583  04 
1,456,396  01 

21,560  tW 
21,560  <X) 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,660  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,.5(i0  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
.  21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,.560  00 
21,.560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,500  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 
21,560  00 

21,210  47 

1877 

1878 

21,210  47 
21,210  47 

1879 

21.210  47 

1880 

21,210  47 

1881. 

21,210  47 

1882 

1883 

1,15.5,736  09 

1,254,488  09 

18,439,374  00 

28,0.35,812  00 

21,210  47 
21,210  47 

1884 

1885 

1886. 

29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
29,000  00 
27,000  00 
24,000  00 
11,000  00 

21,210  47 
21,210  47 
21,210  47 

1887. 

21,210  47 

1888 

1889 

21,210  47 
21,210  47 

1890 

1891 

1892. 

1893.   . . . 

1894 

1895 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900 

1901.   . . . 

1902 

1903 

1904.     . . 

1905 

* 

1906 

1907.  . .  \ 
(9  mo's) 
190S.   .. 

1909.   . 

1910.   . . . 

1911.   ... 

1912 

1913. 

1914. .    . . 

1915.    . 

1916.    ... 

1917 

1918  .   .. 

1919 



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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Year 


1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

18S8. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1X94. 

189?. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903 

1904. 

1905. 

1906. 

1907 

(9n-..) 

1908. 

1909. 

1910. 

1911. 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 

1917. 

1918. 

1919. 


Coboiirg 

Bonds, 

5  per  cent. 


■s  cts. 

23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 
23,587  77 


Exchequer 
Bills. 


$      cts. 


Financial 
Agents. 


6,575,410  05 
2,224,353  70 


S  cts. 

22,403  59 
10,569  18 

1,118,256  68 
12,204  42 
335,997  57 
839,103  91 
157,498  79 
255,400  85 
544,297  38 
885,914  8' 

5,053,763  38 
.305,837  05 
423,118  23 
822,003  84 

1,253,379  21 
880,643  35 
563,428  67 
288,254  19 
170,923  26 

1,989,952  34 
461,469  58 


Fredericton 

and 
St.  Mary's 

Railway 
Bridge  Co. 


Grand 
Trunk 
Postal 
Bonds 
Variable. 


274,947  00 
300,  OW I  00 
300,000  CO 
.300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300.000  00 
300,000  0(J 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 
300,000  00 


■S  cts. 

121,666  66 
121,606  66 
121,606  66 
121,066  66 
121,006  06 
121,660  00 
121,000  00 
121,000  00 
121,066  66 
121,000  00 
121,600  66 


Grand 

Trunk 

Preference 

Stock 
Variable. 


S      cts. 


121 
121, 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121, 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121, 
121 
121 
121, 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121, 
121, 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
)21, 
121 
121 
121 
121 

121 

121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 


739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
7.39 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
7.39 
739 
739 
7.39 


739  65 


7.39 
739 
739 
739 
739 
739 
7.39 
739 
739 
739 
7.39 
739 


Graving 

Dock 

Quebec, 

5  per  cent. 


50,000  00 
125,000  00 
300,000  00 
350,000  00 
425,000  00 
562,000  00 
072,000  00 
724,000  00 
744,000  00 


Grand 
Trunk 
P.aciHc 
Railway 

investment 
account  3°, 


11,133,473  32 
24.0ii5.$i)i)  ofl 
33.0H3.3;«  23 
3:^,(1<)3.3:«  23 
33,093.333  23 
33,093,333  23 
33,093,333  23 


Grand 
Trunk 
Pacific  Rail- 
way Loan 
Account. 


10,000, 
10,000, 
10,000, 
lO.Ortl. 
lS,.'iO0, 
31,11110, 
31,ii(jii, 
38.081, 
43,119, 
51,096, 


000  00 
000  00 
000  00 

000  00 

01 10  00 

1  lOii  ItO 

(Mill  00 

7S3  40 
,>^37  17 
,SD3  47 


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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July,  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Year. 

Great 
Western  Ry. 

Bonds 
(Variable  to 

18U9), 
4  per  cent. 

Hamilton 

Coupons. 

Improve- 
ment of  the 
St.  Lawrence 
4  i>er  cent 
(5  per  cent 
prior  to 
1884). 

India 

Bonds 

5  per  cent. 

Intercolonial 
Railway 

Construction 
Account 

3.J  per  cent. 

Issue 

Accounts  and 

.Specie 

Reserve. 

Mennonites 

Loan 

Account 

6  per  cent. 

1867 

■S        cts. 

2.810,.WO  00 
2,810,500  00 
2,768,234  70 
2,076,176  03 
1,384,117  36 
692,0.i8  69 

■S    cts. 

2,218  89 
19,345  85 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  .35 
16,781  35 
16,781  a5 
16,781  3.5 
16,781  35 
16,781  .35 
16,781  35 
16,781  36 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  a5 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
10,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16,781  35 
16  781  35 
16,781  35 

S      ct«. 

S      cts. 

681,333  34 
681, .S33  34 
681,333  34 
681,333  34 

$           Ct3. 

-S       cts. 

757,140  00 

938,440  00 

1,899,000  00 

2,883,436  ()7 

1,974,492  75 

2,458,546  24 

2,526,3.58  45 

3,307,964  51 

2.789,108  42 

3,034,849  26 

2,706,906  61 

2,519,845  93 

2,860,211  44 

2,7.55,257  ,52 

3,018,683  39 

3,719,389  28 

2.597,655  07 

2,415,189  11 

2,478,307  85 

3,939,194  10 

2,77/,814  59 

3,897,636  .31 

3,261,115  59 

3,2.85,515  34 

3,887,027  96 

5,061,577  26 

6,449,348  36 

8,292,405  61 

7,761,084  48 

8,758,252  83 

10,723,649  87 

-  10,813,739  97 

13,061,775  lU 

12,476,014  02 

14.578,117  55 

18,901,6.39  55 

25,930,594  08 

2n,4;?4,525  43 

.a5..328,73(;  82 

35,014,067  11 

37,619,.596  81 

41,689.751  31 

61,835,649  65 

70,094,532  61 

74.472,977  17 

99.156,415  58 

98,725,822  47 

101,352,555  47 

94.894,9»-6  Tn 

121,286,781  19 

118.823,219  49 

120,413,948  69 

122.227,367  08 

S     cts. 

1868 

1869 

2,000.666  00 

4,883,089  49 
5,055.492  89 
3,584,778  18 

1870 

1871  

1872 

1873 

'"  27.5;006  00 

544,000  00 

736,000  00 

858,000  00 

988,000  00 

1,166,000  00 

1,306,000  00 

1,306,000  00 

1,500,000  00 

1,780,000  00 

1,890,000  00 

2,190,000  00 

2,339,.504  10 

2,530,504  10 

1874 

1875  .     . . 

1876  

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882..      .. 
1883 

1884 

74  704  27 

1885 

65,343  09 

1886 

46,327  61 
34,315  64 

1887  .   ... 

1888 

/. 

18,205  25 

1889 

1890 



1891 

1892...    . 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897  . 

1898  .. 

1899   ..    . 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904... 

1905 

1906 . .     . . 

1907  (9ni'8) 

1908 

1909 

. 

1910...    , 

1911 



1912  

1913 

1914 

1915   ..    . 
191C 

1917 

1918 

* 

1919 

48  DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued. 


Year. 


1867. . 
1868.. 
1869. . 
18r0. . 
1871. . 
1872. . 
187:S. . 
1S74. . 
1875. . 
1876. . 
1877. . 
1878. . 
1879. . 
1880.. 
1881.. 
1882.. 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1885.. 
1886. . 
1887.. 
1888.. 
1889. . 
1890. . 
1891. . 
1892. . 
1893. . 
1894  . 
1895. . 
1896. . 
1897.. 
1898. . 
1899. . 
1900.. 
1901. , 
1902. . 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 
1906.. 
1907.. 
(9  m's. 
1908.. 
1909.. 

I9in. . 

1911. 
1912. . 
1913. . 
1914.. 
1915. . 
1916.. 
1917.. 
1918. . 
1919. . 


Miscellaneous 
Consolidated 

Fund 

Investments 

Variable. 


Miscellan- 
eous. 


98,3.50  25 
98,350  25 
98,350  25 
98,350  25 
98,350  25 
98,350  22 
58,350  25 
58,350  25 
58,350  25 
58,350  25 
58,350  25 
57,286  35 
56,633  33 
56,108  83 

55.639  33 
51,719  15 
51,523  05 
51,523  05 
51,523  05 
51,523  05 
51,523  05 

45.640  80 
37,650  80 
37,650  80 
37,350  80 
37,350  80 
37,150  80 
37,150  SO 

261,474  79 

36,640  80 

35,540  80 

35,  .540  80 

35,540  80 

35,540  80 

31,848  80 

34,650  00 

83,316  6; 

4,556,282  53 

2,:545.6H4  27 

1,434,716  02 

I  1,097,032  8.« 

6,739,063  74 
6,968,094  2li 
57,900  00 
52,900  00 
52,'.XI0  00 
52,900  00 
52,90(J  00 
52,900  110 
70,itOO  00 
75,150  00 
77,900  00 
119,793  33 


Montreal 
Harbour 
Bonds  5 
per  cent 
3.'  per  cent 
alter  1895. 


S       (:ts. 

117,465  61 

332,487  38 

331,180  13 

242,727  14 

613,018  96 

531,530  06 

877,458 

913,290  41 

907,806  60 

1,035,818  16 

2,216,000  12 

2,242,109  43 

1,771,133  92 

1,972,782  55 

1,S23,.557  37 

1,70.S,694  91 

1,976,680  60 

2.067.642  95 
2,204,147  24 
3,047,911  77 
2,002,377  79 

1.753.643  86 
2,034,153  66 
2, 195,040  25 
3,042,946  75 
2,132,940  31 
1,978,300  14 
2,543,844  85 
2,508,600  12 
2,754,448  06 
3,087,205  29 
3,933,286  43 
3,152,117  35 
3,870,670  54 
5,306,220  28 
5.070,813  01 
7,73><,746  21 

11,967,872  49 
12,353,076  49 
25,586,280  02 

15,436,307  38 


19,323, 

29,812, 
21,004, 
19,431, 
24,061, 
10,285, 
24.780 
46,788, 
,S6,8I8 
260,680 
361,562 
728,59:' 


486  46 
533  73 
073  54 
.^52  00 
249  45 
887  25 
982  58 
425  37 

510  26 
,688  87 

096  76 
H.  108  39 


Montreal 
Harbour 

Bonds 
3  per  cent. 


S     cts. 

2li,266  68 

211,266  68 

211,266  68 

211,266  68 

260,000  00 

260,000  00 

260,000  00 

260, 'JOO  00 

260,000  00 

385,000  00 

,385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

.385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

38.5,000  00 

385,000  00 

385,  (XK)  00 

385,000  00 

385,000  00 

385  000  00 

385,000  00 

1,000,000  00 

1,190,000  00 

1,300,000  00 

1,300,000  00 

1,700,000  00 

2,000,000  (X) 

2,000,000  00 

2,00iJ,000  00 

2,<X)0,I.HXt  00 

2,000,000  00 

2,000,000  00 

2,000,000  00 

2,000,000  00 
2,000,000  00 
2,000,000  00 
3,205,000  00 
6,315,1X10  00 
8,515,00<J  00 
11,465,000  00 
13,  .3.35,000  00 
15,31.5,000  00 
16,025,1100  00 
l(;,73O,0OO  00 
17,235,0<X)00 


S      cts. 


Montreal 
Turnpike 

Bonds 
6  per  cent 

Si.per 

cent  after 

1895. 


New 
Bruns- 
wick 
Bonds,  6 
per  cent. 


S    cts, 

67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,2(X)  00 
67,200  01' 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
07,200  00 
67,20<3  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 
67,200  00 


New 
Bruns- 
wick, 
Debt 
Account?, 
5  per  cent. 


•S    cts. 

83,706  66 
83,706  66 
83,706  66 
83,706  66 
97,333  33 
97,333  33 
97,333  33 
97,333  33 
81,273  .33 
81,273  33 
81,273  33 
81,273  33 
81,273  33 
81,273  .33 
81,273  33 
81,273  33 
81,273  33 
81,273  33 
81,273  33 
74,946  66 
43,799  99 
42,339  99 
17,033  39 


S       Ct5 


319,822  77 
575,298  29 
671,930  45 
680,603  5; 


New 
Bruns- 
wick, 
Suspense 
Account, 
5  per 
cent. 


S     cts. 


17,214  44 

22,233  76 

3.3,449  8: 

40,038  87 

40,038  87 


5.50,000  (X) 

1,4.50,000  00 
2, 3.50,  (« 10  00 
3,450,000  00 
4,435,000  00 

5,300,000  00 

7,225,000  00 
8,255,000  00 
9,170,000  00 
9,195,000  00 
9,195,000  61 
9,l!l5.0OO  ou 
9,l'.l.").()0(l  01 
9,2.50,000  00 
9,250,000  00 
9,250,000  DO 
9, 250,  (XX)  00 
9,250.000  (X) 


200.000  00 
195,000  00 
195,000  00 
195,fKX)  00 
195,0{X)  00 
195,000  00 
195,000  00 
195,000  00 
195,000  00 
195,000  CX) 
195,000  00 

195,000  00 

195,000  00 
195,000  00 
195,000  tX) 
195,t.KI0  00 
1!I5,(KXI  OO 
i;i."),iioii  00 

I'.IO.IIIHI  00 

195,000  00 
19.5,000  00 
164,828  00 
148,828  00 
148,828  00 


5,732  74 

3,199  04 

1,893  65 

1,782  17 

1,578  84 

1,578  84 

1,019  07 

805  75 

639  69 

474  06 

463  39 

463  39 

463  39 

463  39 

463  39 

463  39 

463  39 

463  39 

463  39 

240  15 

240  15 

240  15 

240  15 

240  15 

240  15 

240  15 

240  15 

240  15 


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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued. 


Year. 

Northern 

Railway 

Bonds, 

6  per  cent. 

Northern 

K.iilway 

Bonds, 

5  per  cent. 

S     cts. 

North 

.Shore 

Railway 

Bonds 

Account, 

5  ijer  cent. 

Nova  .Scotia 

Bonds, 
6  per  cent. 

Nova  Scotia 
Suspense 
Account. 

Province 

of  Canada, 

Debt 

Account, 
5  per  cent. 

1867 

$    cte. 

243,333  33 
243,333  33 
243,333  33 
243,333  .33 
243,333  33 
243,333  33 
243,X«  .33 
24.3,333  Sa 
243,333  33 
24.3,333  33 
243,.333  33 
243,333  33 
243,.333  .33 
243,.3.33  .33 
243.333  .33 
243,333  33 
243.333  33 
243.^33  33 
24.3,a33  33 
243,.3;«  33 
243,333  33 

S    cts. 

S    cts. 

•?     cts. 

S      cts. 

10,045,533  63 
10,782,660  07 
10,489,769  30 
10,504,3.55  49 
10,504,466  Ifi 
10,506,088  84 
964  28 

1868        

1869 

125,054  61 
156,.349  81 
141,894  39 
73,238  88 
62,207  37 
54,.347  98 
48,753  47 
47,250  32 
45,953  92 
45,134  57 
44,036  89 
43.064  53 
42.759  41 
42,517  19 
42,279  52 
42,157  92 
42,084  97 
42,005  20 
41,801  78 
41,713  22 
40,863  87 
40,839  53 
40,720  78 
40,680  88 
40,666  28 
40,630  27 
40,615  68 
40,570  90 
40,533  93 
40,525  18 
40,525  18 
40,525  18 
40.515  46 
40,502  81 
40,502  81 
40,502  81 
40,502  81 
40,502  81 
40,502  81 
40,502  81 
40,417  16 
40,417  16 
40,417  16 
40,320  81 
40,315  94 
40,315  94 
40,315  94 
40,315  94 
40,315  94 
40,315  94 
40,315  94 

1870  

1871 

111,446  66 

111,446  66 

111,446  66 

111,446  66 

48,666  66 

48,666  66 

4.S,666  66 

48,666  66 

48,666  66 

48,666  66 

48,606  66 

48,666  66 

48,6(i6  66 

48,666  66 

48,666  66 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

4,6yg  94 

5  781  94 

1876 

9,185  93 
14, 4M  17 
21,419  61 
34,831  09 
37,225  09 
41,064  08 
44,937  49 
80,547  63 
82,394  42 
82,394  42 
83,285  39 
85,595  70 
102,872  49 
61  776  68 

1877  .           .... 

1878 

1879  

1880 

73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  no 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73.000  00 
73,000  00 
73,WJO  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
7.3,000  UO 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 
73,000  00 

1881   

1882  .   . 

1883 

\S»i  

1885     

1886 

970,000  00 
970,000  00 
970,000  00 
970.000  00 
970.000  00 
970,000  00 

1887  

1888 

1889  

1890  

1891 

65,588  61 
6.5,.588  61 
66,127  46 
66  »27  46 

1892 

1893 

66,127  46 
71  773  33 

189.5 

1896  

1897 

71,8.39  21 
71.839  21 
72,116  31 

1898 

1899 

72  116  31 

111,833  47 
111  8.33  47 

1901  

Quebec 
Bridge  and 

111,833  47 

1903 

1905 

Loan 
.A.ccount. 

1906 

1907  (9  moH^ 

1908 

2,000,000  00 

1909 

1911 

1913 



1914.- 

1915 

1K16 

1917 

1918 



1919       

2—4 


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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued, 


Year. 

Canadian 
Northern 
Railway. 

Provincial 
.Accounts 
5  per  cent. 

Quebec 
Harbour 
5  per  cent 
4  per  cent 
after  1882, 
Sh  per  cent 
after  1913. 

Receiver 
General 
Inscribed 

Stock 
4  per  cent. 

Silver 

Deposit 

Account. 

Silver 
Coinage 
Account. 

1867  

S       cts. 

§       cts. 

""94b,690'44 

3,842,165  67 

5,957,580  08 

7,802,501  04 

9,638,.'«6  81 

11,472,624  70 

ll,46.'i,881  48 

11,465,583  45 

11,916,793  27 

12,306,133  68 

12,207,533  42 

12,93.^,296  65 

13,4.32,094  61 

13,196,377  80 

12,885.328  57 

12,982,961  93 

7,374,053  66 

7,377,780  93 

7,383,000  53 

7,390,540  95 

7,400,100  89 

7,870,452  53 

9,305,668  86 

9,803,974  91 

10,305,368  90 

10,814,072  03 

10,810,858  24 

10,810,858  24 

10,473,748  .n7 

10,493,439  15 

10,490,32<l  34 

10,559,141  97 

10,566,123  11 

10,566,125  11 

10,566,125  11 

4,103,715  61 

4,104,501  26 

4,008,293  09 

3,993,202  68 

3.993,202  68 

3,99.3,2(12  (i8 

2.25(i,011  96 

2,256,011  96 

2.2.")i;,lin  96 

2,2')i;,011  96 

2,256,011  96 

2,256,011  96 

2,256,011  96 

2,256,011  96 

2,256,011  96 

2.256,011  9G 

2,256,011  96 

§        cts. 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

S     cts. 

1868 

1869           

1870 

10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,1.38  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,1.38  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,138  88 
10,1.38  88 
10,138  88 

1,277,818  49 

657,826  25 

1S71                       

329,175  70 

1872 

627  090  30 

1873 

262,382  85 
733,3.38  74 

1874                       .   . . 

724,140  00 
724,140  00 
724,140  00 
724,140  00 
799,140  00 
949,140  00 
1,149,140  00 
1,351,140  00 
1,405,000  00 
1,471,540  00 
1,672,069  00 
1,955,000  00 
2,389,493  85 
2,822,289  17 
2,845,000  00 
3,365,717  20 
3,614,117  20 
3,664,717  20 
3,664,717  20 
3.748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3  748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  02 
3,748,519  62 
3,748,519  62 
3,a59,398  29 
3,979,645  01 
4,137,956  22 
4,089,493  93 
4,156,550  58 
4,1.56,550  58 
4,l."i6,.\50  58 
4,lo(i,5.50  58 
6,7li8,550  ,58 
8,763,5,50  58 
9,304,  .5.50  .58 

1875 

799,310  03 

1876  

.   247,715  00 

1877 ' 

119,124  43 

1878 

1879 

116,279  43 
125,427  43 

1880... • 



78,139  43 

1881 

84.220  17 

1882 

162  60 

1883 

9,78.3  20 

1884                   

12,074  00 

18S5 

73  50 

1886 

.3,166  90 

1887 

9,152  70 

1888 

12,532  30 

1889 

2,468  SO 

1890...;     

1891; 

4,833  00 
7,426  00 

1892. 

1893 

8,925  40 
11.420  10 

1894  .   .             

309  70 

1895 

2,757  70 

1896 

4,786  20 

1897              .       ... 



6,044  20 

1898                   

8,1.50  20 

1899 

509  70 

1900 

1,904  70 

1901 

■•      

2,.578  70 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1908     .              

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914                       

1915 

1916 

1917   

9,656,  .^.50  .58 
10,356,550  58 
10,637,550  58 

11)18 

56,549, 4.V!  03 
108,104,453  97 

1919 

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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued. 


Sinking 

Funds. 

Year. 

Consolid.ited  Canadian  Loan. 

Canada  Reduced  Loan. 

5  per  cent. 

4  per  cent . 

4  per  cent. 

3J  per  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

24  per  cent. 

1867 

S       cts. 

1,207,222  26 
1,562,488  92 
1,952,795  58 
2,001,462  24 
2,349,641  82 
2,625,581  82 
2,909,795  15 
3,196,928  48 
3,496,715  14 
3,6.55,855  14 
3,655,855  14 
3,655,855  14 
3,655,855  14 
3,655,855  14 
3,911,841  80 
4,098,329  87 
4,536,816  .54 
4,796,209  87 

S        ets. 

S       cts. 

S       cts. 

§        cts. 

8       cts. 

1868  

1869 

1870 

1871     

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

187,366  66 
582,053  33 
986,959  99 
1,410,025  75 
1,83.3,218  29 
1,980,678  29 
2,212,402  09 
2,229,435  42 
2,451,842  09 

1877  

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886  . 

7,297,205  29 
7,554,107  17 
7,851,505  94 
8,069,899  85 
8,069,899  85 
8,118,566  52 
8,221,739  85 
8,271,785  40 
8,271,785  40 
8,324,248  47 
8,649,408  42 
8,705,375  09 
9,013,960  29 
9,077,226  95 
9,077,226  95 
9,229,336  42 
9,7.50,729  23 
10,056,896  14 
10,43.3.435  28 
10,506,5.32  43 
9,021,109  36 
9,415,112  93 
9.623,445  OS 
10.507,062  54 
10,548,661  52 

494,015  64 

747,034  83 

941,005  76 

1,230,999  45 

1,2.30,999  45 

1,279,606  11 

1,314.204  40 

1,. 314,204  40 

1,314,204  40 

1,.314,204  40 

1,314,204  40 

1,348,271  07 

1,358,004  40 

1,  .358, 004  40 

1,.358,004  40 

1,5.30,510  49 

1,.502,249  19 

1,622.726  40 

1,829,515  79 

2,451,059  S(^ 

621,544  08 

621.544  08 

699,195  6(J 

721,095  60 

1,015,414  07 

Caruida 
Rfdvced  Loan, 

1887 

1888 

222,666  29 
784.870  27 
1,261,575  25 
1,711,525  25 
2,284,455  27 
2,929,527  08 
3,528,781  23 
3,81.3,641  80 
4,.346,951  69 
4,672,541  03 
4,675,257  32 
4,933,966  82 
5,161,262  91 
5,347,748  65 
5,687,319  88 
5,899,023  79 
6.094,946  26 

10.031.919  18 
10,372,793  96 

10.565.920  73 
10,5911,254  06 
10,590,264  06 

1889 

3j  per  cent 
after  1908. 

1890 

1S91 

1892 

1893  

1894 

1895 

1896 

iK526  00 

17,520  00 
17,520  00 
17,520  W) 
17,520  00 
36,986  67 
47,693  34 
65,700  01 

1897 

1898 

1899 

688',299'66 
1,203,499  43 

1900 

1,400,918  66 

1901 

1,400,918  66 

1902 

1903 

* . . .    . 

1,476,351  99 
1,476,351  99 

1904 

1903 

l,476,3.jl  99 
1,722,121  38 

1906 

1,906,041   19 

1907  (9  mos).. 

1908 

1909 

" "  634,783  87 

1,906,041  19 
1,917,775  54 
1,917,775  54 

1910 

1911 

1912.. 

1913..    .    . 

V.iU 

1915 

1916 

1917.. 

1918 

1919 

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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Co?i. 


Sinking  Fvsds— Continued. 

Year. 

Intercolonial  Kailway  Loan. 

6  per  cent. 

5  iier  cent. 

4  per  cent. 

3i  per  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

2^  per  cent. 

1867 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

•S   cts. 

S   tts. 

S   Ct3 

S   cts. 

1868 

24,333  3.3 

92.953  33 

161,086  65 

265,719  98 

401,013  32 

401,013  .32 

401,013  32 

390,306  66 

319,253  33 

296,866  67 

224,840  00 

189,800  00 

162,546  67 

100,740  01 

100,740  01 

32,606  (>8 

32,120  01 

26,766  69 

17,0,33  35 

7,  .300  02 

"36,566  00 
114,366  67 
163,520  00 
163,520  00 
163.  .520  00 
222,406  67 
222,406  67 
252,093  33 
252,093  .33 
252.093  33 
252,093  33 
252,093  33 
252,093  33 
321,200  00 
467,200  00 
503,700  00 
242,360  00 
242,360  00 
242.360  00 
242,360  00 
242,360  00 
242,360  00 
242,360  00 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  0.' 
242.360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 
242,360  02 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876       .  . 

210,726  67 
415.613  34 
6.59.433  35 
971,873  35 
1,226,886  68 
1,.527,160  01 
1,717,933  34 
1,8.38.140  00 
2,114,566  66 
2,493,193  32 
2,760,373  32 
2,987,159  98 
3,126,346  64 
3,277,213  31 
3,440,733  30 
3,672,873  29 
3,678,713  29 
3,678,713  29 
3,678,713  29 
3,743,458  08 
3,743,458  08 
3,743,458  08 
3.743,458  08 
3,743,458  OS 
3,743,4.58  08 
3,743,458  08 
3,743,4.58  08 
3,743,458  08 
2,127,225  13 
2,132,229  91 
2,241,517  95 
2,370,2.52  c4 

1877 

1878 

. 

1879 

1880 

18S1 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

159,626  67 
237,493  34 
286,160  01 
432,160  01 
432,160  01 
432,160  01 
444.214  29 
444,214  29 
444,214  29 
513.987  08 
513,987  OS 
513,987  08 
513,987  08 
513,987  08 
513.987  08 
513.987  08 
513,987  08 
513.987  OS 
513,987  08 

1888 

76,943  13 

230,636  79 

383,635  78 

485,787  11 

841,685  89 

1,212.712  OS 

1.515,943  83 

1,815,154  04 

2,188,282  06 

2,569,970  83 

2,817,682  26 

2,961,729  77 

3,107,864  33 

3,443,899  45 

3,775,149  97 

4,134,273  37 

2,920,000  00 

3,170.489  55 

3,229,638  36 

3,229,6.38  36 

1889 

1890 

1891  

1892  

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897     

1898  

156,991  99 

1899 

451,3.52  85 

1900 

1901  

757,936  60 
874,481  61 

1902  

1,003.867  71 

1913.. 

1,113,502  28 

1914 

1915 

1916  . 

'"  '  43309 
433  09 

98,83117 

1917 

98,831  78 

1918 

ISUS 

l*'04 

1905 

1906  . 

1907  (9  .nos).  .. 

1908 

ti>09 

i910.. 



1911 

^912 

i9I9.. 

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Sinking  Fvuds— Continued. 

Year. 

Rupert's  Land  Loan. 

6  [jer  cent. 

5  per  cent. 

4  per  cent. 

Si  per  rent. 

3  per  cent. 

2i  per  cent. 

1867                     

8      cts. 

S     ets. 

S      cts. 

$     cts. 

S      cts. 

S     cts 

1808 

1869     

1870 

1871  

1872            .              .... 

34,553  33 
50,126  65 
66,673  32 
75,433  32 
75,433  32 
75.433  32 
70,566  65 
69,106  65 
69,106  65 
57,913  32 
47,693  32 
25,793  32 

187.S            

1874     

1875 

10,706  66 
32,119  99 
53,533  32 
84,193  32 
110,473  32 
134,806  6."i 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879                           

1880 

'  6,8i3  32 
21,413  32 
32,006  65 

1881 

170,333  32 

■  197,586  67 
229,220  00 
209,613  32 
315,a59  97 
330,286  63 
357,699  90 
379,113  29 
394,199  95 
410,746  02 
431,180  02 
435,008  SO 
435,008  SO 
435,008  80 
435,008  SO 
435,008  SO 
43.5,008  SO 
4:55,068  80 
435,008  80 
4.3.5,008  80 
442,190  82 
442,1110  S2 
449,347  4o 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885                         

15,086  67 
22,386  67 
29,700  07 
37,000  07 
.37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
.37.000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 
37,000  07 

1886                 

"i5,46o'47 

30,628  64 

46,037  49 

79,117  23 

117,488  17 

156,900  3G 

195,009  09 

2.34,183  35 

274,030  24 

300,891  43 

313,904  81 

321,210  22 

3.50.803  49 

382,180  3(1 

422,510  00 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891                              .. .     . 

1892 

1893                   

1S94       

1895 

18!I6 

1897 

18!)8 

8,066  30 

1899 

1900                         

40,908  58 
86,975  2.'' 

1901 

90,70?  47 

1902 

113,.545  01 

1'.I03 

1904.. 



113,545  01 

1906.. 

190S 

1910 

191].. 

1!II2 

1913 

1914 

1916 

1H18 

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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,   to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Sinking  Vvsds— Continued. 

Y  ar. 

British  Columbia. 

6  per  cent. 

5  per  cent. 

4  per  cent . 

3.J  per  cent . 

3  per  cent. 

1867  

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

$   cts. 

S  cts. 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

356,726  67 

227,273  34 

273,993  .34 

320,713  34 

370,3.53  34 

411,720  00 

404,420  00 

306,113  33 

272,046  67 

246,740  00 

149,406  67 

85,653  34 

34,066  68 

34,066  68 

34,066  68 

.34,066  68 

34,066  68 

973  a5 

973  35 

973  35 

973  .35 

973  35 

177,146  67 

86,626  67 

86,626  67 

8(i,626  67 

86,626  67 

93,440  01 

126,5,33  34 

126,5.33  34 

123,613  34 

123,613  34 

123,613  34 

37,473  34 

37,473  34 

20,440  00 

20,440  00 

20,440  00 

20,440  00 

18,006  67 

17,520  00 

17,520  00 

17,520  00 

17,620  00 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876  

1877 

1878 

4,866  67 
38.933  34 
212,186  68 
314,873  34 
404,906  68 
5.57,233  34 
191,746  67 
259,880  00 
283,986  12 
291,084  09 
291,084  09 
296,282  91 
305,990  00 
305,990  00 
305,990  00 
305,990  00 
305,990  00 

1879 

1880 

1881  

1882 

1883  

1884 

1885 

1886  .     

7,804  74 
10,441  72 
30,535  01 
40,478  96 
47,078  45 
49,145  .38 
49,460  48 
62,145  55 
71,277  64 

1887 

1888 

1889  . 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894  .     .-    

13  774  36 
2^.,3.31  91 
33,110  98 
41,655  20 

1895  

1896 

1897  .     ....       .... 

1899 

1901.         . .      

1902    

1903 

1905 

1907  (9  inos.\.      .       



1909  



1911         . .    .  

1913          ,        .... 

1915 

1917                   

1919 

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SiSKiXG  VvsTis— Continued. 

Year. 

Dominion  Loan  1874. 

5  per  cent . 

4  per  cent. 

%  per  cent 

3  per  cent. 

2i  per  cent . 

1867 .               

§  cts. 

$  cts. 

S  cts. 

S  eta. 

S  cU. 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872..            

1873 



.54,506  66 

165,466  66 

278,860  00 

337,746  67 

460,139  16 

584,725  83 

705,905  83 

767,914  22 

767,914  22 

767,914  22 

1,181,094  22 

1,261,270  91 

1,383,423  96 

1,547,298  47 

1,547,298  47 

1,547,298  47 

1,558,005  14 

1,558,005  14 

1,558,005  14 

1,558,005  14 

1,651,742  51 

1.751,668  15 

1,946,124  76 

1,979,168  62 

1,979,168  39 

2,101,771  39 

2,251,874  04 

2,354,354  82 

2,614,388  56 

1874. 

1875. 

1876..            

1877..         

" 

1878 

54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
115,836  67 
251,120  00 
393,713  33 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
&1,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
54,020  00 
57,913  33 

1879 

1880 

1881.             

1882..       

1883 

1884 

82,413  ii' 
161,064  23 
196,590  89 
1%,590  89 
196,.590  89 
196.590  89 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
199,813  78 
203,176  05 
203,176  05 
20.3.176  05 
203,176  05 

1885 

1886.' 

1887..  . .     .       

1888 

1889 

1890. 

1891 

1892 

177,233  28 

382,762  98 

560,862  47 

762,119  33 

968,495  42 

1,180,488  98 

1,285,423  06 

1,383,804  53 

1,395,669  97 

1,398,058  04 

1,413,511  51 

1,477,503  39 

1,575,738  37 

1,661,774  79 

1,662,815  73 

1893..      

J894 ; 

1895 

K96  . 

1898 

206,268  39 

1899 

1900 

444,455  11 
494,227  22 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904..         

494,227  22 
572,580  55 
572,580  55 

1906..      

1908 

1909..           



1910 

1911 

1912. 

1914...           

1916                * 

1917 

1918.. 

1919 

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Table  VI.- 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
-Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Year. 


1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871  

1872.... 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876  

1877 •.... 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

188.*? 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 , 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907(9ii.o8.). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911  

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 . 

191C 

1917 

1918 

1919 


Sinking  Funds— Condnued. 


Doininion  Loan,  1875. 


5  per  cent. 


4  per  cent. 


8    cts. 


;  per  cent. 


5      Ct3. 


3  pel  cent.    2^  per  cent. 


S    'cts. 


S    cts 


12,653  3.S 
•12,653  ."» 
12,65;?  33 
12,653  33 
19,953  33 
52,073  33 
73,973  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12.653  33 
12,6.53  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 
12,653  33 


54,506  66 
81,009  13 
113,507  33 
142,707  33 
164,894  95 
164,894  94 
177,061  61 
25.5,901  61 
274,769  41 
312,447  80 
351,651  61 
351,651  61 
351,651  61 
354,571  61 
354,571  61 
354,571  61 
354,571  61 
376,766  80 
391,.506  65 
435,114  14 
438.519  02 
438,519  02 
443,385  68 
484,700  48 
525,082  00 
569,120  48 
649,672  61 
939,613  01 


19,826  60 
38,621  85 
38,621  85 
38,621  85 
38,621  85 
38,621  85 
.'!8,718  66 
3S,71S  66 
38,718  66 
38,718  66 
38,718  6b 
3t,71S  66 
38,718  66 
38,718  66 
38,718  66 
39,370  19 
39,370  19 
39,370  19 
39,995  09 
39,995  09 


42,399  38 
91,150  98 
134,082  04 
182,214  96 
231.547  40 
282,260  91 
307,346  54 
34(1,865  19 
316,341  13 
346,907  02 
374,557  27 
40!<,896  88 
426,2:54  40 
446,239  65 
464,751  52 
461,751  52 
287,174  80 


54,080  01 
84,160  34 
103.092  20 
103,092  20 
103,092  20 
103.092  20 
103.092  20 
101,497  50 


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Sinking  Funds- -Condnueti. 

Year. 

War  Loan 
1915-25. 

Dominion  Government  Loan.  1875-78. 

5  per  cent. 

» 

5  per  cent, 
3J  per  cent, 
after  1908. 

4  per  cent. 

.3J  [ler  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

2i  per  cent. 

1S67 

S   cts. 

• 

S   ste. 

S   cts. 

8   cts. 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

186.S 

1869 

1870  

1871 

1872 

1873 ... 

1874 



1875 

1876 

54,020  00 
163,033  32 
208,780  00 
336,286  67 
506,133  33 
672,573  34 
820,519  99 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880  

1881 

1882  

19,953  33 
16p,953  33 
311,953  33 

1883 

8.54,586  67 

897.413  .'^4 

1,264,360  00 

1,405,006  67 

1,546,626  65 

1,695,.546  65 

1,771,466  65 

1,856,146  66 

1.970,513  32 

1,995,831  08 

1,995,831  08 

1,995,831  OS 

1,995,831  OS 

1,995,831  0.S 

1,995,831  OS 

1.995,831  08 

1,99.5,831  08 

1,995,831  08 

2,069,483  20 

2,069,483  20 

2,144,757  21 

198,666  15 

274,448  79 

375,293  94 

570,155  89 

865,561  05 

581,287  69 

581,287  69 

1884 

1885 

156,706  67 
237,000  66 
315,019  52 
392,886  19 
392,886  19 
392,886  19 
392,880  19 
441,552  86 
441,552  86 
441,552  86 
441,552  86 
441,552  S6 
441,552  86 
441.552  86 
441,552  86 
441,552  86 
441,552  8li 
441,552  86 
441  ,.5.52  86 
1,39.735  84 
\m,:X,   84 

139.735  84 

139.736  84 
166,931  56 
253,531  54 
498,874  25 

1886 

1887  

1888 

1889 

164,274  40 
326,714  64 
491,077  85 
693,976  64 
986,873  10 
1,288,281  04 
1,583,797  19 
1,877,404  50 
2.181,194  75 
2,409,564  17 
2,485,457  46 
2,510,088  81 
2,737.369  82 
2,995,939  89 
3,280,579  61 
4.854,096  14 
5,157,376  7  J 
5,358,483  50 
5,438,717  23 
5,438,717  23 
5,438,717  2;! 
,5,43^,717  23 
5,308,3«i5  0(1 
5,575,280  81 
5,838,448  69 

1890 

1891  

1892 

189.S  

1891 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898  

86,040  27 
358  111  58 

1899 

1900 

1901 





698,7158  06 
747,060  46 

1902 

853,785  93 
853  785  93 

190.^ 

1904 

2,0.80,833  99 

1905 .. 

1906 



2,080,833  99 
2,175.093  11 

1907  (9  mos.'.. 

^  175  09"?  11 

1908 

2,271  622  51 

1909. 

32.5,309  is 
325,309  13 

2,628,540  61 
2,860,060  17 

1910 .. 

1911  

1912 

191.S  

■ 

1914  

191.5 .  . 

1916 

1917 

250,30(')  00 
250,300  00 
250,300  00 

1918 

—  ...- 

' 

1919 



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Table  YI- — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Sinking  Fvsi>s— Continued. 

Year 

Dominion  Loan  of  1876. 

5  per  cent. 

i  per  cent. 

3i  per  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

2A  per  cent. 

1867         ... 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

.  $   cts. 

$   cts. 

$   cts. 

18G8       

1869 

1870 

1«71       

1872    

^ 

1873 

1874 



1875   

1876 

1877       

1878      

30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
65,356  79 
141,276  79 
)    201,136  79 
30,660  00 
.S(),660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  OO 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
3l),6(;0  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30.660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 
30,660  00 

32,606  67 
101,108  99 

1879 

1880 

170,591  89 

238,725  22 

273,641  60 

273,641  60 

25)3,594  93 

505,438  39 

550,089  92 

638,483  85 

730,448  17 

730,448  17 

730,448  17 

736,288  17 

736,288  17 

736,288  17 

736,288  17 

812,270  40 

845,387  3S 

.   909,336  66 

928,669  94 

928,669  94 

998,287  57 

1,071,294  46 

1,203,782  48 

1,308,220  91 

1,502.351  49 

2,594,283  U 

2,771,832  73 

1881       

1882 

1883 

45,855  47 

89,945  09 
89,945  09 

1884 

1885.. 

1886 

1887          

1888 

1889  

89,945  09 
89,945  09 
89,945  09 
91.873  87 
91,873  87 
91.873  87 
91,873  87 
91,873  87 
91,873  87 
91,873  87 
91,.S73  87 
91,873  87 
93,419  81 
93.419  81 
93,419  81 
93,419  81 
93,419  81 

■■"99;  461  82 
214,356  67 
314,350  00 
427,274  99 

542.968  72 
661,926  41 
694.400  85 
773,264  52 

826.969  61 
828,298  33 
893,069  39 
9.38.411  36 

1.002,360  98 
l,011,6(i6  16 
1,055,721  30 
1,0.55,721  30 
227,205  72 
227.205  72 

1890 

1891 

1892  

1893 

1895 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1903..... 

1904  

1905 

114,573  24 
185,094  20 
202,356  92 
204,174  64 
204.174  64 
204.174  64 
204,174  64 
204,174  64 

204,174  64 

1907  (9  months) 

1909.     

1910 

1911  

1913 

1915 

1917  

1918 

1919  

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919 — Con. 


Sinking  Fvsvs— Continued. 

Year. 

Dominion  Loan  of  1940  CO. 

24  per  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

3.^  per  cent 

3J  per  cent. 

4  per  cent . 

44  per  cent. 

1914 

1915. 

S      cts. 

8      eta. 

S      cts. 

463  i(! 

36,060  43 

81,851  32 

494,560  53 

611,491  35 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

84,844  61 
305,417  74 
306,105  82 
306.105  82 
624,253  60 
630,726  79 

-S      ct?. 

2.36,033  33 
690,580  01 
78>*,886  67 
813,220  00 
851,179  99 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1910 

12,59.3' 19 
18,560  50 
18,560  59 

a5,3G4  05 
161,9.50  02 
222,887  10 
3.50,984  42 

"46,428  00 
301,733  33 
301,733  33 

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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued. 


Sinking  FvuDs—Contini 

cd. 

Year. 

Dominion  Loan  of  1878-79. 

5  per  cent. 

4  per  cent. 

34  per  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

2J  per  cent. 

1867 

$   cts. 

.$   cts. 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871  

1872 

1873  

1874  

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

19,173  12 

9.5,714  11 

207,160  77 

292,432  20 

324,065  54 

397,552  20 

641,858  87 

713,412  64 

858,023  34 

1,008,477  37 

1,008,477  37 

1,008,477  37 

1,017,237  37 

1.017.2.37  .37 
1,017,237  37 
1,017,237  37 
1,130,751  66 
1,187,718  37 
1.306,204  07 
1,321,827  11 
1,. 321,827  11 
1,412,6.57  44 
1.. 573. 155  23 
1,739,  .824  29 
1,956,755  71 
2,222,.540  15 

3.932.2.38  98 
3,951.974  05 
4,091,259  89 
4,161,552  62 

1880 

1881 

1882 

28,226  67 

.  120,693  33 

177.146  67 

1883 



1884 

1885 

74,825  47 
146,956  40 
146,9,56  40 
146,956  40 
146,956  40 
146,956  40 
149,642  33 
149,642  33 
149,642  .33 
149,642  33 
149,642  33 
149,642  33 
149  642  33 
149,642  33 
149,642  33 
152,160  34 
1.52,160  34 
1.52,160  34 
152,160  34 
152,160  34 

1886 

1887 

1888 

162,717  76 

348,495  80 

513,437  05 

698,101  20 

887,400  48 

1,082,012  19 

1,146,809  71 

1,272,283  24 

1,343,574  62 

1,344,6.33  99 

1,409,449  40 

1,476.746  55 

1,519,952  31 

1,585,057  88 

1,609,391  22 

1,609,391  22 

366,309  15 

631,921  43 

648,661  59 

648,661  59 

1889 

1890 

1891  

1.892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898  

198',897'66 

360,962  51 
421  104  08 

1899 

1900 

1901 

443  619  t;9 

1902  

1903 

443,619  69 
44.3.619  69 

19  14 

1905 

443.619  69 
404,686  34 

1906 

419.004  15 

1907  (9  months).. 
1908 

'lU,933'33 

419,004  15 
577,101  55 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

V 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

PlBLIf  ACCOrXTS 


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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued. 


Sink  NG  FrsDS— Continued. 

Year. 

Dominion  Loin  1930-50. 

24  pel-  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

3^  per  cent. 

33  per  cent. 

4  per  cent. 

4i  per  cent. 

1910 

.?     cts. 

S     cts. 

$     cts. 

178,760  65 
697,023  48 
1,290,201  29 
2,057,803  61 
2.894,877  94 
2.895,4.59  83 
2.895.706  64 
2,932,172  27 
3.434.016  51 
3.793,094  07 

S      cts. 

■$      ct«. 

•S      cts. 

1911..   . 

1912  .   . 

1913 

1914 

1915 

409,773 '34' 
516,590  67 
83<>,S37  35 
9'J0,092  0<-l 

821,658  17 
1,067,844  .53 
1.067,846  68 
1.387,776  68 
1.491.281  85 

16,060  00 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

"iojOO  66' 
108,399  25 
108,885  91 

30,507  04 
271,204  00 
573.940  32 
.588,188  27 

.215,106  66 
345,046  66 
498,.S33  33 
537,766  67 

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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Continued. 


SrsKiNG  Fcsns— Concluded. 

Sinking 
Fund, 

Sppcial 

Circulation' 

Account. 

Year. 

Dominion  Loan  of  1884. 

Inscription, 

Special 

Account, 

4  per  cent. 

3J  per  cent. 

3  per  cent. 

2J  per  cent. 

3j  per  cent. 

4  per  cent. 

1867 

S     cts. 

S     cts. 

S    cts. 

S    cts 

S    cts. 

S    ct-i. 

$    cts. 

1868  

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872.    .   . 

1873 

533.226  66 

1874 

247,553  87 

1875 





1,094,999  99 

1876 

1877     

1878 

1879 



'  •  •  ,* 

1880 

188 1 

1882.      .. 

1883 

1884 

"   65,85433 
197,405  74 
197,405  74 
197,405  74 
197,405  74 
197,405  74 
198,924  OS 
198,924  08 
19S  9-'4  08 

1885     . 

1886 

129,86y67 
264,968  66 
264,968  66 
264,968  66 
208,861  99 
268,861  99 
2(58,861  !I9 

1887 



1888 

1889.   ... 

146,339  74 

303,549  02 

456,931  06 

622,789  30 

792.  .559  94 

965,8,85  24 

1,050,633  30 

1,167,613  96 

1,234,046  38 

1,234,091  64 

1,28.3,104  87 

1,387,127  29 

1,436,038  69 

1,525,247  03 

1,.564,903  48 

1  .564.993  48 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

2tiS,.S61  991      198,924  08 
345,503  54 i      198,924  0- 
396,711  6:       198,924  08 
454,652  4c       244,287  9K 
493,585  781      244,287  98 
493,585  78;     244.287  98 
493,.585  78      325,949  11 

583,218  84;      492.193  54 
634,809  n;      6:4,252  64 
638,795  36      84.5,512  73 

1895 

. 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1.56,107  23 
309,8.36  44 
319,0(;9  .56 
319,069  5ii 
331,2.36  23 
331,236  23 
331,236  23 
151,691  68 
157,183  65 
1.57,183  65 
167,381   10 
345.486  87 
511,991  (il 
511,991  61 
511.991  61 
511,9'U  61 
511,991  Ol 
511,991  61 
511,991  61 
511,991  (ii 
.520  .508  28 
52.3,914  94 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

Dominion 

Loan  of 

1884, 

4J  per  cent. 

1903.     . . 

1904 

1905 

180,336  471  3,169.900  8h|      121,573  26 
280,577  29  3,169,900  8fi       "'68  1 15  28 

1906     .. 

1907  (9  mos) . . 

398,261  93  3.174,982  67 
6.50,.5.T,S  05  3,179.362  67 
425,398  17  3,310,488  .Sci 
355.K02  48  3..532,112  04 
.305.024  04  3-874.523  83 

274,738  06 
274,738  06 
274,738  06 
274,738  06 
274738  0-; 

1908 

i225,159  88 

1909 

1910.     .     . 

225,159  88 

1911 

225,1.59  88 
225,159  88 
225,159  88 
22.),  159  88 
225,i:,9  88 
234,893  21 
.392,9:i2  .55 
484,650  ,55 
484,650  55 

1912 

120.693  34 

4,Xi55.217  07      274.738  96 
4,809,425  57      274.738  06 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

199,480  02 
2:^5,020  31 
2;)."),  020  31 
469,666  O.'i 
519,792  70 

5,163.38.2  88 
5,2  14,124  71 
.5.3.37,291  68 

274,738  06 
274,738  06 
"74.738  06 

"10,226  66 

282.753  33 
.S45,0t6  67 
383,493  34 
388,360  01 

1917 

5.369.0.58  42      :-.8i;.920  23 

1918 

n..500.721  77 
.5,691,381  35 

397.821  85 
602,290  97 

1919 

riBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Table  VI. — Assets  of  Canada,  from  July  1, 1867,  to  March  31, 1919 — Concluded. 


Year. 

Sterling 
Debenture8. 

St.  John 

Bridge  and 

Railway 

E.xtensiou  Co. 

4  per  cent. 

1  Three  Rivers 

Harbour 

Debentures, 

4  per  cent. 

1 

Toronto 
1       Roads 
6  per  cent. 

York  Ro,-ids, 
6  per  cent. 

Total 
Assets. 

1867 

1 
S      cts.              .?      cts. 

S     cts. 

$    cts. 

1        18  883  00 

S    cts. 

$      cts. 

17,317,410  36 
21,139,531  46 
36,502,679  19 
37,783,964  31 
37,786,165  11 
40,213,107  .32 
30.92!),63K  89 
32,S3.S,5S6  91 
3.5,6.55,023  60 
36,(^3,173  98 
41,440,.525  94 

1868 1 1 _ 

17,183  00 

12,803  00 

7,263  00 

1869 '            14,600  on 

1870 14.600  00 

1871 

31^500  66 

28,000  00 

21,000  00 

21,000  00 

21,000  00 

14,000  OO 

7,000  00 

7,000  00 

7,000  00 

7,000  00 

7,000  00 

7,000  00 

7,000  00 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

! 

1879 1   

36,49.3,683  85 
42.1.S2,852  07 
44,465,757  11 
51,703,601  19 
4.3,692,389  84 
60,320,565  95 
68,29.5,915  29 
50,005,234  02 
4.5,872,850  99 
49,982,483  73 
50,192,021  11 
48,579,083  33 
52,090,199  11 
.54,201,839  66 
58,373,485  13 
62,1  4,994  48 
64,973,827  78 
67,220,103  96 
70,991,534  87 
74.419,585  32 
78.886,363  90 
80,71.3,173  03 
86,252,428  83 
94,529,386  97 
99  7,37  109  50 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 r.. 



143,600  00 
278,800  00 
433,900  00 
4.'«,900  00 
433,900  00 
4a3,900  00 
433,900  00 
433,900  00 
43,3,900  00 
433,!tOO  (K- 
433.900  00 
433.90(1  00 
433,900  00 
433,900  00 
4.33,900  00 
433,900  00 
4.33,900  00 
4.33,900  00 
43.3,900  00 
433,900  00 
43.3.1100  00 
433, 9'X)  00 
433,900  00 
433,9il0  00 
4.33,  IKW  00 
433,900  00 
433,900  00 
433,900  00 
433,900  00 
4.33,  ilOO  00 
4.33,900  00 
4a3,9O0  00 
4.33.900  00 
433,900  00 
433.900  on 
433.900  00 

:::::::;::;: 

18&5 

1886 

81,557  97 

1887 

81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81.760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  9- 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81.760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,700  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  97 
81.760  97 
81,760  97 
81,760  <»7 
81,760  97 
81  760  97 
81,760  97 

1888 

J8S9 

. 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894.....'.    .     . 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 



1902 

1903 

1904 

104,094,793  57 
111,454,413  20 
I".')  •'•'6  7()-T  64 

190. 

1906 

1907 (9  mos.).... 

lie.  -".M  'lilfi  13 

1908 

130  "ji;  ■>')«  4X 

1909         .    .. 

1">4  (■»()'»  147  R^S 

1910 

Tu  '^'^  4't')  fifi 

1911 

131,f>99,4o5  39 
16,><,419,131  06 
168  9.30  929  56 

1   12 

1913 

1914 

208  :it»4  518  72 

1915 



2M  0*^*7  731   Ifi 

1916 

321,831,631  40 
.5n2,816,9(i9  89 
671.4.51.8.36  39 
1,102,104.692  33 

1917 

81,760  97 
81,7t»  97 
81,760  97 

1- 

1918 

1919 

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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  VII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund, 
from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919. 


Year. 


1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870  71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

187&  77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84. . 

1884-85 

1885-86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890^91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894  95 

1895-96 

1896-97.. 

1897-98. 

18 '8-99. 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

1901-02.. 

1902  -03.. 

1903-04. 

1904-05.. 

1905-06. 

1906-07  1 

{9ino8.)i 

1907-OS.. 

1908-09.. 

1909-10. . 

1910  11.. 

1911-12. . 

1912-13. . 

1913:-14.. 

T.'14  1.5 

1915  k;  . 

1916  17.. 
1917-18.. 
1918-19. . 


Rkckipts  from  Taxes. 


Customs. 


S         cts. 

8,578,380  09 
8.272,879  78 
9,334,212  98 
11,841,104  56 
13,787.982  02 
12,954,164  05 
14,32.\192  64 
l.j,3ol,011  .56 
12,S23,8:<7  94 
12,546,987  99 
12,782,824  3") 
12,900,659  29 
14,071,343  13 
18,406,092  13 
21,581,570  05 
23,009,582  48 
20,023,890  14 
18,935,428  10 
19,362,308  26 
22,  .373, 951  28 
22,091,681  82 
2:^,699,413  33 
•23,913,.545  60 
23,,305,218  27 
20,361,382  31) 
20,910,662  47 
l'.M19,030  20 
17,585,741  00 
19,766,741  48 
19,.3.S6,277  69 
21,622,788  75 
2.5,150,744  68 
28,219,4.58  14 
28,293,930  25 
31,916.393  97 
36,7.^S,0.32  90 
40.461,590  74 
41,437,568  60 
46,053,376  89 

39,717,078  53 


57,200. 

47,0i.S, 

59,767. 

7],83-<, 

85,051, 

111,764, 

104,691, 

75,941, 

9.S.649, 

134,013, 

141,172, 

147,169, 


,276  25 
444  10 

,680  98 
088  46 
,872  18 
698  73 
23.S  43 
219  72 
,4119  4,s 
,842  14 
629  70 
187  98 


Chinese 
Revenue. 


11.243  00 
4,849  50 

14.244  50 
27,370  50 
55,408  00 
94.0S2  50 

139,677  00 

43,S41  00 

79,084  00 

54,725  00 

66,538  00 

91,969  50 

82.104  00 

166,097  00 

154,689  50 

131,,354  00 

275,584  50 

263.694  00 

241,020  00 

-3,920  00 

11,221  00 

43,094  00 

343,  .535  00 

326,881  00 

388,453  00 

1,127,306  00 

1,534,270  25 

1,790,214  34 

1. 334,791  98 

294,490  i7 

-31,713  75 

86,924  50 

208,965  f.9 

2,02rt,669  00 


E.\cise. 


3,002,588 
2,710,028 
.3,619,622 
4,295,944 
4.735,651 
4,460,681 
5,594,903 
5,069,687 
5,563,487 
4,941,897 
4,8:58,671 
5,390,763 
4,232,427 
5,343,022 
5,884,859 
6,260,116 
5, 459,  .309 
6,449,101 
5,8.52,904 
6,308,201 
6,071,486 
6,886,738 
7,618,118 
6,914,850 
7,945,097 
8,367,303 
8,381,088 
7,805,732 
7,926,005 
9,170,378 
7,871,562 
9.641,j27 
9,868,075 
10,318,266 
11,197,1,33 
12,013,779 
12,958,708 
12,580,474 
14,010,220 


11,805,413  21 

15,782, 
14,937, 
15,2.53, 
16,869, 
19,261, 
21,417, 
21,4.52, 
21.479, 
22,428, 
24,412, 
27,16.'<, 
30,342, 


1.51  68 
768  02 
352  65 
837  36 
661  97 
441  94 
036  88 
730  79 
491  58 
348  06 
445  27 
081  26 


BUI  Stamps. 


S       cts. 

119,712  83 
129,664  81 
134,047  22 
183,319  42 
191,918  .37 
201,708  92 

209.088  69 
244.180  19 

227.089  96 
209,038  92 
200,442  21 
185,190  89 
17.5,806  15 
193,024  73 

82,616  45 


Total 

Receipts  from 

Taxes. 


11,700,681 
11,112,573 
13,087,882 
16,.320,368 
17,71.5,552 
17,616,554 
20,129,185 
20,664,878 
18,614,415 
17,697,924 
17,841,938 
18,476,613 
18,479,576 
23,942,138 
27,549,046 
29,269,698 
25,483,199 
25,384,,529 
25,226,456 
28,687,001 
28,177,413 
30,613,522 
31,.587,071 
30,314,151 
28.446,157 
29,  ,32 1,367 
27,57^,203 
25,446,198 
27,759,285 
28,618,626 
29,576,4.55 
34.958,069 
38,242,222 
38,74.3,550 
43,389,111 
49,015,505 
53,661.318 
54,020,123 
60,074,818 


51,565,5.15  74 


73,325, 

62,:-53, 

75,409, 

89,835, 

105,847, 

135.002, 

127,478, 

97,715, 

121,  OIK. 

1.5,8,513, 

171,.550, 

179,537, 


962  93 
093  12 
4,86  63 
231  82 
804  40 
358  01 
067  29 
440  68 
187  31 
114  70 
040  66 
891  24 


Bank  Imports. 


S  cts. 

11,689  44 
18,193  09 
15,443  17 
39,588  96 
7,068  56 
3,819  12 
3.946  73 
3,806  90 
2,207  07 
2,487  60 
3,114  91 
2,853  03 
3,086  74 
4,0.57  74 
5,179  13 
4,566  65 
1,923  35 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


65 


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Table  VII 


Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund, 
etc. — Continued. 


Year. 

Casual. 

Cullers'  Fees. 

Dominion 
Lands. 

Dominion 
Steamers. 

Electric 

Light 

Inspection. 

18fi7  68 

•S       cts. 

6,936  84 

6,683  09 

6,272  80 

5,663  84 

5,691  24 

30,758  58 

75,823  50 

28,613  96 

84,092  45 

20,554  59 

69.201  37 

17,569  42 

46,497  88 

154,041  64 

119,222  18 

127,419  94 

86,941  81 

55,786  23 

97,642  47 

129.294  20 

171,086  65 

114,456  83 

■    152,930  01 

99,328  79 

219,194  38 

139,456  34 

201,941  47 

89,145  .34 

210,557  66 

119,210  05 

243,940  61 

214,443  98 

469,  .568  36 

562,923  15 

360,151  37 

840,758  82 

818,742  80 

387,749  15 

876,871  12 

845,146  20 

715.473  71 

629,8.32  62 

1,223,450  93 

1,898,520  68 

1,. 574  1596  06 

1,645,397  86 

1,50.5,132  51 

1,602,619  27 

1,32'<,124  09 

2,172,836  51 

2.362.262  93 

2,910,189  73 

.?       cts. 

69,797  01 
58,376  76 
69,475  10 
61,197  08 
76,665  79 
81,038  .35 
92,771  93 
78,966  22 
57,125  57 
74,216  .34 
53,.521  38 
24,715  45 
27,092  63 
36,176  56 
45,753  34 
40,162  93 
37,062  71 

31.732  37 
27,141  05 
23,202  89 
16,827  42 
20,861  89 
18,223  69 

16.733  14 
14,357  37 
10,944  72 
12,066  24 

7,106  .57 
11,405  02 
10,428  12 
16,767  07 
11,626  63 
8,154  74 
8,270  78 
11,199  :5 
7.273  06 
9,449  25 
8,218  62 
4,335  43 
2,32<t  91 
4,8.50  20 
4.783  88 
3,037  96 
2,684  64 
3,-480  24 
4,039  04 
1,799  40 
3,114  54 
1,737  07 
l,5.-,4  78 
1,.342  18 
1,229  49 

8       cts. 

S       cts. 

S        cts. 

1868  69 

1869  70                               .... 

1870-71 

1871  72 

1872  73 

26,239-,45 

29,980  80 

27,641  15 

8,545  94 

3,799  86 

19,424  86 

23.828  09 

120,479  43 

131,124  02 

24.732  72 

12,449  20 
2,975  12 

12,439  84 
5,506  31 
2,285  83 
1,612  09 
5,282  40 
7,050  33 

16,744  60 
7,327  06 
8,598  90 

20,007  68 
5,617  34 
8,701  37 
9,163  51 

16.367  05 

10,721  82 

16.011  02 
7,255  22 

15,006  47 
14,638  96 
9,534  74 
11,414  02 
9,982  19 
8,859  53 
12,579  75 
13,467  76 
19,527  28 
11,307  65 
16,086  35 
21,402  31 
20,244  79 
24,606  86 
22,277  36 
38,210  89 

28.012  15 
27,2K0  71 
24,744  28 
36,034  70 
3.8,017  49 
28.710  88 
3.5,579  .38 
35,070  88 
22,831  86 

9,581  38 
13,620  92 

1873  74  . 

1874-7.5 

187.5-76 

1876-77 

1877  78 

1878  79  . 

1879  80 

1880-81 

1881  82 

1882  83 

1883-84 

1884-85  . 

188.5-86.. .      . 

'■■i91,78i'78' 
217,083  07 
237,820  61 
220  141  00 
264,.592  28 
322,796  38 
285,596  07 
210,096  50 
167,869  58 
166,256  49 
172,513  65 
975.792  37 

1.532.590  58 
1,388.023  78 
1,517,319  52 
1,227,976  76 

1.695.591  63 
1,443,022  67 
1,292,301  14 
1,668,162  35 
1,44.3,632  03 
1,883,619  88 
2,1.53,2,54  61 
2,885,999  67 
3,108,735  50 
3,775,8.56  97 
3,402,026  63 
3.0.36,030  32 
2,8.59,714  59 
2, 299,  .5.50  47 
4,055,i>62  41 
4,443,758  17 
3,,539,927  50 

1886  87 

1887  8S 

1889-90.. 

1890-91.. 

1891  92 

1.S92  93 

189:i~94 . 

1894  95  . 

1895-96 

1896  97 

1897-98 ... 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

8,066  25 

0,805  25 

9,408  25 

11,378  25 

14,366  75 

15,363  02 

1901-02...    .'.. 

1902-03 

21,428  75 
23,869  75 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905  06 

23,257  75 
27,999  50 
35,099  75 

1906-07  (9  raos.) 

1907-08 

25,930  80 
42,316  45 

1908  09 

44,139  25 

1909-10 

46,515  50 

1910-11 

59,808  00 

1911-12 

66,510  10 

1912-13  

75,307  30 

1913-14 

1914  15 

80,441  45 
82,440  20 

1915-16 

70,451  75 
71,365  60 

1917-18 

1919-19 

79,920  35 
88,071  25 

2—5 


66 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  VII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund, 

etc. — Con. 


Year. 

FitiRs, 
Forfeitures 

and 
•Seizures. 

Fisheries. 

Gas 

Inspection 

and  Law 

Stamps. 

Interest 

on 

Investments. 

Inspection 

of 

Staples. 

1867-68 

S      cts. 

30,305  49 
20,649  58 
41,680  69 
47,877  28 
48,333  67 
17,850  45 
14,2<I6  04 
20,422  11 
16,S;?l)  ^^ 
16,778  85 
26,664  12 
32,148  81 
50,778  04 
38,216  58 
17,677  13 
27,185  56 

41.276  15 
51,847  75 
99,227  38 
19.736  64 
12.291  73 
18,576  19 

68.277  92 
2.429  66 
9,586  53 

82,535  42 

12,339  64 

22,409  39 

2,992  58 

21,037  07 

32.987  41 

.38,414  21 

25,981  61 

23.063  34 

49,825  71 

59,,S48  Oil 

41,919  03 

52,918  85 

89,011  84 

54,907  74 

5s,6t;o  ti8 

*1,988  05 

93,498  13 

58,4S7  97 

132.3-i8  .s.s 

Ulis413  ,><2 

322, 1117  47 

49,(at:  12 

81,691  .33 

240,100  44 

VXKXM;  46 

228, 81. ^  17 

S      cts. 

19„55G  97 
13,.5S3  97 
16,622  43 
12,408  97 
10,458  00 
10,338  24 
14,012  83 
14,764  20 
13,.571  12 
13,364  85 
14,113  11 
17.738  .34 
19,423  16 
24,596  94 
23,687  45 
21,3.37  16 
20,006  50 
26,627  86 
26,088  50 
25,947  53 
44,998  12 
56,426  26 
69,643  33 
70,794  42 
62,785  89 
111,.540  32 
79,601  59 
94,970  04 
88,822  66 
106,469  55 
113,103  50 
85,502  85 
88,396  59 
88,145  U 
79,169  58 
78,635  82 
95,756  .53 
90,988  14 
98,009  69 
57,144  25 
90,686  48 
82,696  26 
85,070  56 
100,861  58 
96,230  01 
106,462  69 
n0,;i94  63 
101.635  77 
106,2,><8  26 
98,li29  67 
114,,572  39 
12.3.114  29 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

174,073  46 

824,424  46 

383,955  91 

554,383  72 

488,041  54 

396,403  94 

610,863  00 

840.886  65 

798.905  95 

717,684  31 

791,757  60 

592,500  04 

834,792  67 

751,513  49 

914,009  27 

1,001,192  96 

986,698  37 

1,997,035  50 

2,299,078  91 

990,886  69 

932,025  m 

1,305,392  25 

1,082,271  36 

1,077,228  14 

1,086,419  93 

1,150,166  51 

1,217,808  97 

1,3.36,046  94 

1.370.000  56 
1,443,003  84 
1,513,454  58 
1,590,447  91 
1,683,050  51 
1.784,833  79 
1,892,224  09 
2,020,953  04 
2,23(1,255  93 
2,105,031  41 
2,140,312  Oti 
1,23,5,746  06 
1,925,  ,569  07 
2,256,643  13 
2,807,464  94 
1.6(i8,773  16 
1.281,317  41 
1,430,511  28 
l,9li4,541  33 
2,980,246  87 
3.358,210  13 
,3,094,(112  33 
4,406,724  13 

7.421.001  58 

S       cts. 

1868-69  

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72  . 

1872-73  

\ 

1873-74 

1874-75  

1875-76 

"3,270'83 

3,776  21 

3,172  36 

3,394  75 

2,529  99 

3,772  26 

3,797  62 

7,167  42 

8,078  93 

9.0O4  94 

8.164  22 

9,409  04 

12,247  10 

12,232  60 

10,543  65 

13,176  55 

18,164  78 

20,749  23 

23.550  85 
23,447  05 
21,559  28 
21,615  40 
22,893  90 
25,836  ,50 
27,289  75 
28,2il(  05 
45,2S9  90 
4.3,961  31 
49.142  02 
52,805  05 
39,228  10 
54,153  80 
55,841  OR 
63,604  65 
69,957  74 
58,141  10 
70.648  45 
72,120  65 
66,629  55 

57.551  95 
63,977  45 
65,221  05 
64,329  55 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83          

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86  

1886-87  

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 



189192 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96  

1896-97     

1897-98 

1898  99 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1904-05: 

1905-06 

1907  (9  mo3.) 

2,773  05 

102,880  87 

58,127  l4 

63,163  36 

101,445  46 

70,939  40 

1907-08   

127.741  43 

1908-09 

140.668  9)j 

1909  10 

1.54,130  l6 

1910-11  . .   . 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14                   

178,476  57 

2»),173  87 

30,430  49 

510,184  Oi 

1914-15 

517,034  63 

1915-16 

913,61")  4(j 

1916-17 

1917-18 

1,4,59,811  4o 

1,499,875  8,s 

1918-19   

1,082,009  O3 

'  A  deduction. 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


67 


SESSIONAL    PAPER   No.  2 

Table  VII 


Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund , 
etc. — Continued. 


Year. 

In.«urance 

Super- 
intendence. 

Imperial 
Contri- 
bution to 
Sable 
Island,  etc. 

■S     cts. 
20,5.37  32 

Militia. 

Militia 
Pensions. 

Mounted 

Pojice 
Pensions. 

1867-68 

•S      ets. 

S     cts. 

26,155  70 
12,095  04 
16,535  75 
7,393  58 
38,966  54 
18,495  78 
42,756  85 
12,137  13 
24,344  73 
12,627  14 
12,796  43 
16,031  14 
20,555  69 
19,346  32 
18,579  93 
16,081  50 
22,211  73 
18,943  63 
24,331  51 
23,428  66 
20,710  52 
22,712  35 
43,200  15 
43,358  27 
40,372  65 
42,584  81 
42,527  00 
30,445  03 
42,716  80 
40,362  50 
36,016  34 
72.964  39 
47,755  16 
47,603  75 
41,686  78 
41,701  54 
4,3.217  40 
46,166  72 
55,262  29 
40,086  85 
63,018  63 
55,810  48 
TO,  036  5S 
75,013  44 
04,114  91 
88,144  84 
73,4.57  53 
96,878  43 
227,411  80 
90,163  58 
18,228  33 
35,954  84 

S      cts. 

8      cts. 

1868-60                                         

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875  76 

1876-77 

7,422  35 
235  11 
6,134  38 
8,005  91 
9,647  00 
9,315  44 
9,301  27 
9,855  13 
9,714  93 
10,197  86 
8,285  54 

9.702  14 
7,758  98 
7,706  70 
7,693  81 
7,913  44 
8,126  27 
8,977  79 

9.703  70 
9,085  78 

10,183  81 
10,574  95 
10,6.55  06 
10,901  85 
11,355  71 
12,844  18 
13,485  33 
14,628  23 
15,728  07 
16,669  10 
1.8,169  21 
20,123  96 
25,423  60 
25,030  05 
20,435  22 
33,482  17 
37,498  i'5 
41,252  .52 
45,.561  77 
52.0.51  27 
57,240  79 
58,763  24 
64,683  08 

1877-78 

1878-79     ...               .          

1879-80 

1880-81 

"4,263'99 

2,909  94 

2,634  66 

695  00 

4,575  34 

2,810  66 

905  00 

105,023  84 

2,011  67 

915  00 

978  00 

OilO  00 

6,795  W) 

4,815  33 

2,771  66 

2,774  66 

2,770  66 

2,737  66 

2,851  66 

2  703  66 

•      2,800  66 

2,873  66 

2,781  66 

2,727  66 

2,715  6(i 

554  00 

772  00 

663  00 

610  00 

613  Oli 

741  00 

787  00 

751  (ii> 

676  00 

643  00 

840  00 

612  00 

335  00 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85  

1885-86 

1886-87 

.      . .      . 

1887-88 

1888-«9 

1880-90 

1890-01   

189l-i>2 

1892-93.    .-. 

1893-94 

1805-96 

1897-98 

1898-09 

1899-liKX) 

1000-<Jl 

1901-02 

1902  03 .. 

5,964  76 
6,243  97 
8.296  55 
11,307  66 
14,220  41 
13.236  31 
19,596  26 
21,106  40 
21,742  40 
23,347  21 
25.209  05 
28,.302  72 
30,713  66 
27,281  68 
23,512  99 
25,495  17 
2K,902  5S 
23.840  96 

.3,827  85 

1903-04 

1905  06 

1906-<I7  (S  mos.) 

2,648  86 
2,808  12 
3,312  78 
2,441  80 

1907-08 

3,424  75 

10118  00 

1909-10 .' 

3,307  78 
3,315  96 

lOKMl   

3,674  .34 

1911-12     

3, 6' 16  .39 

1913-14 

191.5-16 

1916-17 

3,061  21 
4.827  28 
5,262  71 
5,330  36 
5,132  66 

1917-18  

.5,082  83 

1918-19 

4,030  26 

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Table  VII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund, 

etc. — Continued. 


Year. 


1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71... 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873  74.    ...       . 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86 

1886  87 

1887-88 

1888-89  

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 , 

1894-95 

189.5-96 

1896-97 

1897-9.S 

1898  99 

1899-1900 

1900-01    

1901-02 

1902-03 

19n.'i-04 

1904-05 

1905-06 

1906-07  (9  aios.) 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13  

1913-14 

1914-15  

191^16 

1916-17 

1917-18 

1918-19  


Mis- 
cellaneous 
Receipts. 


3, 

18, 

53, 

80, 

56. 

64, 

54, 

3S, 

51, 

22, 

15, 

32, 

15. 

9, 

9, 

9. 

9, 

9, 

10, 

10, 

10, 

7, 

!), 

8, 
10 
11, 
11, 
22, 
12 
12i 
8, 
S. 
11. 
11. 
13, 
10, 
17 
20, 
10 

i:; 

14 

20, 
24, 
30, 
41, 
33, 
3(1, 
41), 
91. 
79, 
!I5. 


377 
681 
421 
012 
GSl 
909 
,674 
459 
Oil 
lli9 
877 
325 
079 
003 
177 
411 
672 
021 
573 
9.54 
329 
834 
347 
210 
9(!9 
027 
641 
148 
411 
896 
812 
931 
085 
88S 
340 
075 
,708 
591 
431 
705 
,618 
0.S3 
,614 
,527 
,235 
254 
860 
0.59 
245 
978 
647 
409 


Ordnance 
Land. 


42,332 

45,248 

49,915 

95,216 

54,043 

54,.30S 

214,384 

45,016 

51,3.50 

87,089 

44,219 

40,849 

30,091 

50,747 

42,989 

19,402 

14,1.38 

24,.540 

26,483 

21,676 

36,239 

42,072 

29,921 

54,229 

42,  .360 

.33,776 

22,318 

22.645 

17,550 

9,831 

22,537 

12,349 

11,003 

14,594 

16,967 

35,706 

12,344 

10,308 

10,840 

6,662 

8,652 

5,712 

9  894 

5,910 

11,484 

60,599 

5,797 

4,409 

5,977 

5,5.53 

7,929 

4,819 


Passenger 
Duties  (im- 
Uiigration). 


S      cts. 

31,064  04 
40,398  00 
39,855  24 
36,750  65 
15,361  50 
7,383  00 

5,092  70 


Patent 
Fees. 


.?   cts. 

8,948  13 
13,241  04 
13,822  26 
14,073  34 
13,076  31 
2S.333  73 
29,915  17 
34,072  17 
35,673  31 
33,583  27 
35,111  33 
30,051  81 
38,440  76 
46,333  12 
58,769  93 
64,561  61 

73.039  78 
65,172  31 
70,246  02 
76,394  30 
72,194  93 

77.040  64 
89,163  61 
90,087  25 
83,972  06 
87,182  02 
8.3,104  01 
94,603  17 
98,864  54 

110,1)09  10 

112,084  39 

115,322  35 

121,430  97 

130,894  33 

140,9.59  95 

152,372  22 

162,715  07 

165,756  34 

187,792  23 

144,279  36 

20.3,011  .58 

204,871  65 

22:i,233  43 

231,866  44 

243,443  67 

257,833  47 

252,724  39 

219,011  49 

230,191  95 

251,9.59  51 

2.56,317  21 

275,708  85 


Peniten- 
tiaries. 


S   cts. 

64,040  98 
75,935  16 
93,.550  89 
124,817  85 
108,132  05 
98,087  94 
95,066  90 
97,072  90 
95,408  80 
98,752  70 
35,784  06 
.5.3,115  10 
31,1504  12 
30,344  16 
24.224  63 
22,1.56  64 
17.848  72 
13,468  69 
17,882  15 
19,863  17 
9,645  00 
10,607  29 
14,567  87 
13,069  43 
9,156  ,35 
10,321  01 
11,162  18 
24,623  84 
42,493  24 
83,807  57 
76,588  08 
45.582  96 
6,-!,  830  80 
.30,211  11 
73,601  29 
39,636  40 
72,.862  60 
55,880  27 
75,260  74 
82,660  10 
71,933  29 
47,643  41 
43.83'.)  60 
.50,497  55 
58.775  91 
64,529  18 
54,313  98 
44,546  67 
43,164  82 
60,190  68 
71,227  96 
132,958  13 


FIBLIC  ACCOVXTS 


69 


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Table  VII. ^ — Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund, 

etc. — Continued. 


Year. 

Post  Office, 
including  Ocean 

Postage  and 
Money  Orders. 

Public  Works, 

including 

Railways  and 

Canals. 

Premium 

and 
Discount. 

Steam- 
boat 
Inspection. 

.Super- 
annuation. 

1867-68 

1868-69     

S      cts. 

525,691  80 

.5a5,315  14 

573,565  84 

612,630  67 

692,374  98 

833,657  21 

1,139,973  15 

1,155,332  09 

1,102,540  32 

1,114,945  78 

1,207,790  15 

1,172.418  14 

1,252,498  22 

1.352,109  64 

l.."iS7,888  15 

1.80il,.S91  37 

l,7.V>.(i74  49 

1,"41,.372  22 

1,901.690  25 

2,020,623  51 

2,379,241  57 

2.220.503  66 
2,357,388  95 
2,515,823  44 
2,652,745  79 
2,773,507  71 

2.809.341  06 
2,792,789  64 
2,964,014  23 
3,202,938  42 
3,527,809  69 
3,193,777  53 
3,205,535  16 

3.441.504  93 
3.918,415  55 
4,397,8.32  51 
4,652,324  74 
5,125.372  67 

5.933.342  53 
5,061,728  45 
7,107,886  86 
7,401.623  93 
7,9.58,547  72 
9,146,9.12  47 

10,492,.394  18 
12,051,728  86 
12,954,.529  92 
13,046,664  (i8 
18,8.58,690  10 
20,'J02,3M  46 
21,34.5.394  48 
21,603,542  09 

S      cts. 

901,466  41 

918,932  80 

1,006,844  67 

1,146,240  25 

1,211,729  08 

1,316,635  90 

l,.-.(ii>.915  04 

1,4.!2,3.59  95 

1,479,231  61 

1,917,4.55  19 

2,0.34,483  53 

1,863,149  07 

2,11)7,401  00 

2,759,591  06 

2,711,134  30 

3,101,138  04 

3,0.55,792  119 

3,0ii."i,.'>o2  .".!! 

3,082,410  .jS 

3,270,782  18 

3,5.56,101  24 

3.642,557  38 

3,800,110  42 

3,685,630  2il 

3,575,167  83 

3,761,474  07 

3.702.745  74 

3,591, 6.S9  42 

3,5!»4.2li4  48 

3..5S7,166  31 

3.873,464  49 

4,433,934  36 

5.232.4.59  45 

5,(70,070  99 

6,447,982  24 

7,<i8,8,501  .56 

6.972.218  98 

7,395,377  .38 

8,310.2117  30 

6,839,5s5  59 

9,973.523  41 

9,362,271  90 

10.114,990  16 

10,8ls,,s34  05 

11,651.947  27 

13,15,8,0(7  91 

14,197.0.52  79 

12,9.53.487  18 

19,286,418  15 

24.440,840  47 

27.971,097  94 

38,751,869  76 

S      cts. 

'608,510  i2' 
14,533  56 
92,019  59 
24,077  64 
52,477  16 
4,968  18 
13,415  29 
32,635  60 

S      ct*. 

5,682  36 

11,914  63 

9,369  67 

10,692  13 

10,860  58 

18,284  12 

1.5,106  li 

16,144  25 

13,768  87 

1.5,879  93 

12,431  93 

12,331  16 

12,762  02 

13,953  49 

1.5,277  78 

12,577  36 

15,371  79 

12,942  66 

13,835  78 

12,701  20 

12,550  14 

12,624  43 

19,930  33 

21,239  23 

21,169  64 

25,2S3  55 

24,866  .33 

2.5,092  61 

23,934  Ii; 

25,033  95 

31,525  40 

34,890  93 

34,839  69 

38,876  57 

38,458  92 

28,888  09 

10,811  74 

6,170  O 

4,604  40 

2,988  64 

4,859  86 

7,967  40 

6,496  91 

5,5<5  10 

5,896  50 

5,997  97 

5,421  15 

5,707  38 

5,1,92  12 

4,030  HS 

2,7  '2  80 

2,774  01 

8      cts. 

1869-70 

1870-71 

49,476'59 

1871-72 

53,213  SO 

1872-73  

1873  74 

1874  75 

54,757  30 
34,620  18 
36,678  71 

1875-76 

1876  77 

38,476  00 
40,890  26 

1877  78     

41,850  62 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82       

4(;0  82 

777  78 

90,685  47 

64,991  35 

83,.363  09 

52.414  05 

16,444  04 

70,313  93 

40,508  74 

47,016  07 

77,397  64 

118,503  12 

118,352  42 

141,080  11 

126,925  91 

151,071  35 

18,875  80 

3,162  05 

.34,853  92 

191,.559  52 

180,830  59 

162,187  10 

6!,92:   86 

89,2.38  27 

129.609  27 

77,316  34 

40,355  S3 

160,665  33 

249,  .5,88  23 

101,181  33 

7,060  82 

"26,130  30 

164,623  11 

147,746  61 

416,744  97 

187,744  54 

268,.572  33 

233.717  87 

318,900  71 

628.2.52  74 

532,818  90 

41,959  20 
43,531  80 
44,995  80 
46,420  39 

1882-83 

46,372  03 

1883-84 

1884-85                            

51,882  21 
52,701  S.'t 

1885-80 

57,075  4» 

1886-87       

62.000  96- 

1887-88     

62,967  4? 

1888-89 

1889  90 

63,031  46 
61,513  05 

1890-91 

62,824  00 

1891-92         

63,862  79 

1892-93 

1893-94 .. 

1894-95                         

64,433  27 
63.974  67 
03,274  88 

61, .390  99 

1896-97   

59.218  14 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

19nO-01 

19112  03 

4.5,643  06 
39,047  .32 
51,574  52 
50,474  91 
48,297  89 
47,402  37 
46.617  91 

1904  05                     

45,937  30 

1905  06 

190<;-07(9mob.) 

45.193  51 
33,321  18 
4,3,368  70 

1908-09 . 

1909-10 

42,407  89 
41,2.51  17 

1910  n 

39,249  84 

40.032  13 

1912  13 

1913-14 

3S.434  59 
39,817  04 

1914  1.1 

1915-16 

1916-17 

37,366  22 
31.796  94 
.33,250  11 
29  946  94 

1918-19       . .            

26,008  67 

70 


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Table  VII. — Comparative   Statement   of   Receipts  from  Consolidated    Fund 

etc. — Continued. 


Rkckipts  FiiOM  War  Tax  Revknue. 

Total 

Year. 

Banks. 

Trust  and 

Loan 
Ciimpanies. 

Insurance. 
Companies. 

Business 
Profits. 

Income 
Tax. 

Inland 
Revenue 
Depart- 
ment. 

War  Tax 
Revenue. 

1914-15 

S      cts. 

S     cts 

$      cts 

S      cts 

$       cts 

S      cts. 

98,056  95 
1,536,837  94 
2,059,583  81 
2,227,389  93 

$         cts 
98,056  95 

191516. 
1916-17. 
1917-18. 
1918-19. 

1,300,446  80 
1,114,023  30 
1,11.5,757  65 
1,099,764  44 

324,249  91 
202,415  48 
2t)9,129  08 
323,340  02 

459,217  07 
419,698  83 
496,540  55 
546,113  86 

3,620,781  72 

12,506,516  72 
2I,271,'>83  57 
32,970,061  81 

16,302,238  14 
25,379.900  78 

9,319,719  SO 

11,888,508  40 

56,177,508  33 

FiDBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


71 


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Table  VII. — Comparative   Statement   of   Receipts   from  Consolidated  Fund, 

etc. — Concluded. 


Year. 

Tonnage 

Dues  (River 

Police). 

Tonnage  Dues 

(Maruiers' 

Fund). 

Weights 

and 
Measures. 

Total 
ReceipU. 

1867-68 

1868-69. 

1869-70.         .                             

■3      cts. 

11,918  76 
21,400  06 
23.490  91 
21,345  28 
26,744  51 
28,041  09 
28,6.50  39 
25,620  09 
26,499  09 
28,598  10 
26,805  75 
21,361  65 
21,510  15 
27,.375  09 
21,420  33 
28,060  02 
28,497  25 
20,698  79 
24,089  97 
22,934  46 
21,072  73 
19,688  27 
17,816  95 
7,649  19 
8,714  79 
3,792  90 

S       ets. 

24,672  66 
33,018  27 
30,987  38 
30,409  41 
33,741  79 
38,363  14 
41,7.S2  81 
37,658  12 
41,.507  06 
44,245  83 

44.668  85 
37,757  .39 
42,472  10 
49,771  41 
4,5,914  77 
47,6.32  36 
48,666  65 
38,994  90 
40,848  05 
42,334  92 

41.669  64 
39,306  29 
47,881  75 
43,829  68 
45,381  92 
46,200  03 
49,090  85 
42  715  08 
45,726  11 
54,294  09 
54,552  81 
57,287  .57 
59,945  52 
59,783  34 
65,853  83 
1)4,851  55 
61,785  33 
58,372  34 
60,346  80 
44,704  59 
69,304  45 
06.249  .33 
53.381  77 
55,430  07 
60,1.57  12 
63,662  99 
70,540  52 
72,524  89 
72.545  65 
76,993  74 
63,635  70 
69,243  65 

S       cts 

S          cts. 

13,687,928  49 
14,379,174  52 
15,512,225  65 

1870-71 

1871-72 

19,335,560  81 
20,714,813  68 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75..    

20,813,469  45 
24,205,092  54 
24,648,715  04 

1875- 76 

22,587,587  05 

1876-77 

1877  78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

50,423  90 
30,0.54  10 
13,685  97 
15,372  57 
33,946  87 
27,989  70 
28,601  43 
31,387  53 
31,142  19 
33,2.30  09 
34,376  51 
37,810  39 
36,040  91 
40,438  88 
.33,586  05 
38,296  66 
39,204  46 
38,631  52 
39,433  29 
37.056  94 
36,772  94 
44,014  59 
48,390  55 
63,523  54 
54,350  56 
62,912  68 
64,277  65 
66,325  19 
65,030  47 
72.957  23 
54,847  56 
82,918  78 
80,184  .32 

92.666  95 

97.667  78 
105,816  46 
100,641  04 
111.070  11 
103,322  24 
110,857  25 
1.30,183  95 
139,584  00 
134,889  70 

22,059,274  11 
22,375,011  88 
22,517,382  14 
23,307,406  69 
29,636,297  54 
33,383,455  52 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

35,794,619  80 
31,861,961  73 
32,797,001  22 

1885-80 

1880-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 ; . . . . 

33,177,040  39 
a5,754,993  25 
35,908,463  53 
38,782,870  23 

1889-90 

3,9,879,925  41 
38,579,310  88 
36,921,871  60 
38,168,608  86 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

189:3-94 

.36,374,693  07 
;«,978,129  47 
36,618,590  72 

1894-95 

1895-96 

291  25 

1896-97 

1897-98 



37,829,778  40 
40,655,238  03 
46,741,249  54 

1898-99 



1899-1900 

51,029,994  02 

1900  01 

52  514,701  13 

1901-02 

58  050,790  03 

1902-03 

66,037,068  93 

1913-04 ». 

70,669,872  72 
71,182,73s  6C 
80.130,166  70 

1905-06 

67,969,328  29 

1907-08 

9^,054,505  81 

85,093.404  35 
101,503,710  93 
117,780,409  78 

1900-10 

1910-11 



1911-12 

1.36,10.S,217  36 

1912-13     

1913  14 

16S,689,903  4:. 
163,174,394  56 

1914-15 

1.33.073,4^1  73 

1915-16 

172,147,8;«  27 
2:'.2  701  ■J-ll  00 

1917-18 

2i;ii.77s  ','52  55 

1918  19 

312,94ti,747  18 

72 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  account  of  Consoli- 
dated Fund,  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919. 


Year. 


1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-7!) 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-,S3 

1883-84 

1884-85     

1885-86 

1X86-87 

1887-88 

188S-S9 

I,ss!i-;i0 

is9u-iil 

1891-92 

1893-93 

189:-!-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-1901 

1901-1902 

1902-1903 

1!)0.3-1904 

1904-1905 

19115-1906   

190<!-07  (9  mos), 

1907-08 

1908.09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 

1916-17 

1917-18 

1918-19 


Charges  ox  Public  Debt. 


MlSCELL.\NROUS 

Expenditure. 


Interest 

on 

Public  Debt. 


5       cts. 

4,501,568  33 
4,907,013  71 
5,047,0*4  24 
5,165,3(M  24 
5,257,230  64 
5,209,205  97 
5,724,436  31 
6,590,790  19 
6,400,902  07 
6,797,227  25 
7,048,883  55 
7,194,734  14 
7J73,868  75 
7,594,144  88 
7,740,804  47 
7,668,5.52  89 
7,700,180  61 
9,419,482  19 
10,137,008  66 
9,682,928  87 
9,823,313  00 
10,148,931  97 
9,656,841  16 
9,584,136  74 
9,763,978  34 
9,806,888  45 
10,212,596  13 
10,466.294  44 
I  10, 502, 42-.  I  90 
1  10,645,663  27 
10,516,757  90 
10,855,111  84 
10,699,645  20 
10,807,954  65 
10,975,935  15 
11,068.139  17 
11.128,636  72 
10,630,115  05 
10,814,697  40 
6,712,771  14 
10,973,596  88 
11,604,584  23 
13,098,160  61 
12,53.5,850  81 
12,259,396  56 
12.605,882  48 
12,893,504  95 
15,7.36,742  94 
21,421.584  86 
a5,802,.566  68 
I  47,845,584  51 
I  77,431,432  10 


Charges 

of 

Management. 


Preminm, 
Discount, 
Exchange. 


S      cts. 

285,512  75 
397,400  90 
332,599  45 
396,036  82 
293,522  51 
172,981  06 
238,003  52 
197,839  17 
189,596  91 
183,544  24 
189,566  .54 
275,559  37 
245,731  40  i 
218,307  48 
191,075  06 
194,2.55  80 
179,766  58 
232,641  02 
282,390  85  ; 
195,759  40  ! 
205,.363  29  ' 
202,276  25  I 
186,336  97  ! 
184,711  47 
176,036  62 
212,190  83 
166,444  39 
162,590  31 
166,315  43 
196,220  73 
152,880  16 
160,002  92 
174,028  29 
162,828  18 
210,864  57 
229,673  10 
282,244  11 
276,071  76 
331,534  12 

231.689  78 

350.690  22 
326,953  16 
358,2!I3  66 
374,847  14 
447,456  66 
48<,612  65 
460.013  9ti 
451,324  03 
435,527  28 
496,.386  54 
488,706  92 
723,336  23 


S   cts. 

73,676  54  i 

68,255  71 

7.400  01 

30,618  02 

52,889  54 

.5.663  44 

26,680  99 

29,361  66 

18,551  64 

24,331  29 

2,519  80 

2,.364  06 

43,354  09 

7,136  63 

3,968  52 

39,913  76 

50,138  66 

154,854  49 

64.530  01 
91,982  98 

138,228  83 

71,313  77 

44,071  98 

77,356  94 

7,901  44 

1,102  80 

14.531  40 
116,.359  91 

82,260  42 
119,093  42 
47,007  32  I 
13.254  10 
53,165  83 
39,032  89 
52,  .385  05  I 
65,295  22  | 
6,739  69  : 

"l5i367'59' 

12,858  65 

33,129  97 

29,753  52 

679  01 

1,929  83 

7,.5.53  69 

19,375  on 

27,169  94 

10.3,405  58 

296.308  70 


Sinking 
Funds. 


5  45 
582,340  17 


Sf      cts 

355,266  66 

426,806  66 

126,533  33 

421,666  24 

470,60(>  67 

407.826  62 

513,920  00 

555,773  32 

822,9.53  32 

828.373  59 

945.746  02 

1,037,219  76 

1,16.5,867  22 

1,250,731  20 

1,290,724  90 

1,.344.1.36  83 

1,403,863  61 

1,482,051  48 

1,606,270  77 

1,592,952  62 

1.939.077  79 
1,736,644  34 
1,887,237  20 

1.938.078  57 
2,027,860  79 
2,095,513  89 
2,131,360  81 
2,002.311  36 
2,055,287  52 
2,101,813  80 
2,359,968  55 
2,482,484  65 
2,465,639  84 
2,480,336  90 
2,569,380  59 
2,620,588  46 
2,315,066  41 
2.261.618  27 
2,317,436  74 
1,177.146  71 
2, 234, 21 .3  27 
1,922,525  20 
1.441,030  96 
1,203,416  40 
1,156,456  16 
l,:i8 1,285  36 
1.371,428  61 
1,645,811  53 
1,773,021  11 
1,471,697  50 
3,183.492  66 
1,448,495  ,35 


Administra- 
tion 
of  Justice. 


Arts, 
.\gricolture 

and 
Statistics. 


?       cts. 

291,242  73 

315,215  10 

304,299  61 

314,410  98 

346.847  55 

398,966  41 

459,037  49 

497, 105  08 

544,091  20 

565,597  84 

564,920  11 

57",896  58 

574,311  41 

583,957  46 

581,695  72 

615,588  48 

615,044  90 

627,252  56 

707,832  47 

657,114  57 

678,814  65 

685,806  78 

709,784  12 

726,592  27 

750,723  23 

736,457  40 

745,504  00 

755,082  97 

758,270  08 

774,761  69 

765,608  28 

815,454  91 

827,560  88 

873,232  90 

949,229  85 

959,948  08 

984,257  75 

997,718  48 

1,171.358  62 

867,798  58 

1.221,510  49 

1,240,364  28 

1.246,695  32 

1,292,-101  79 

1,300,513  79  I 

1.335,243  30 

1.3!)9,4.^6  70 

1,469,504  46 

1,477.238  43 

1,484,681  (!8 

l,4s5,390  13 

1,495,688  41 


S      cts. 

5,580  59 

7,020  14 

6,226  84 

6,173  64 

6,411  00 

10,690  52 

10,091  97 

11,935  7C 

67,552  16 

65,767  1? 

92,365  62 

63,068  23 

25,068  24 

22,408  13 

20,741  89 

24,730  58 

38,187  55 

86,322  16 

203,312  02 

253,759  10 

311,159  17 

161.629  29 

153,398  44 

158,053  05 

156,563  92 

258,635  32 

264,879  66 

216,740  30 

210,877  61 

224,389  63 

245,231  59 

258,782  02 

461,560  75 

447,299  33 

481,428  33 

436,402  49 

62.5,310  63 

698,210  65 

603.590  34 

625,812  23 

1,218,242  38 

1,403,51)9  01 

983,379  93 

1,319,!KI5  30 

1,.567,021  83 

2,5.36,077  49 

3,224,779  63 

3.618,487  55 

3,4.52,463  76 

3,614,843  85 

\846,018  06 

3,884,92s  51 


PUBLIC  ACCOVXTS 


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Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  accomit  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc. — Continued. 


Miscellaneous  'EssenDnvRK— Continued. 

Year. 

Boundary 

Survey. 

United 

States  and 

Canada. 

Census. 

CivU. 
Government. 

Dominion 

Forces, 
Manitoba. 

Fisheries. 

Mines ' 

(Geological 

Survey). 

1867  68 

S     cts. 

$     cts. 

S     cts. 

594,441  82 

559,643  06 

620,348  73 

642,.300  50 

663,189  43 

750,874  40 

883,685  53 

909,265  73 

841,995  39 

812,193  03 

823,369  80 

861,170  85 

898,605  16 

915,9.58  78 

946,031  65 

986,721  47 

1,084,417  79 

1,139,495  49 

1,190,370  68 

1,211,850  63 

1,258,618  15 

1,281,713  70 

1,308,846  95 

1,334,200  .59 

1,325,087  20 

1,367,570  29 

1,402,279  49 

1,422,227  97 

1,396,628  36 

1,418,846  69 

1,399,422  44 

1,411  81."  48 

•  1,420,997  9C 

1,474,919  24 

l,497,.3f9  44 

1,554,791  72 

1,652,782  42 

1,797,059  88 

1,911,611  22 

1,487,495  .53 

2.088,416  01 

3,283,265  46 

4,268,390  26 

4,463,094  87 

4.774.678  00 

5,109,458  60 

.5,607,794  95 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

30.572  06 

33,001  84 

61,312  57 

97,827  51 

93,325  18 

97,878  20 

76,247  11 

66,584  68 

108,183  73 

96,348  08 

93,262  28 

82,319  07 

86,162  55 

80,560  35 

92,700  71 

168,977  35 

286,700  14 

273,174  78 

374,394  76 

415,443  21 

416,182  38 

35.5,595  93 

32,S893  66 

374.202  16 

384.610  66 

•482,381  47 

466,750  76 

443,822  95 

427,250  58 

443,586  85 

441,724  75 

412,367  88 

411,469  84 

491,351  27 

548,.S94  91 

527,829  12 

634,319  01 

979.888  70 

968,702  00 

693,685  65 

950,196  23 

951,728  10 

1,148,048  30 

760,734  69 

843,856  98 

921,953  14 

1.229,519  19 

1,465,360  65 

1,115,303  29 

1,050,1.5,5  69 

1,111,277  42 

1,027,149  91 

S      cts. 

20,400  00 
29,400  00 

18BS-69 

1869-70   

'i59i506'37 

217,604  68 

57,565  44 

39,470  34 

18,392  18 

10,191  05 

7,546  75 

1,053  66 

30,400  00 

1870-71 

1871-72  

36,400  00 
36,678  07 

1872-  73    . 

147,367  91 

209,169  42 

133,227  10 

81,916  53 

29,969  17 

11,210  18 

45,800  00 
47,200  00 
49,20(1  00 
51,007  60 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76  

81,723  60 
121,741  66 
134,105  18 

1876-77 

50,000  00 

1877-78 

1878- 79     

43,905  69 

49,999  74 
49  578  93 

1879-80  

49,999  16 
64,688  86 
64,554  33 
60,245  30 
59,531  03 
60  015  96 

1880-81 

127,033  56 

252,671  42 

38,163  49 

29,579  88 

5,059  44 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84  

1884-85 



1885-86   

78  557  69 

1886  87 

55,946  89 

1887-88 

iaS8-S9 

•;;;;;;•;;   ::;;.;;;; 

57,542  52 
60,055  91 

1889-90     

6^  0;)6  21 

1890-91   

252,134  38 

269,939  40 

27,917  98 

66,614  48 
63,411  77 
59,998  75 

1891-92 

1892-93 

3.3,271  03 
61,869  85 
44,565  00 
28,358  14 
15,484  14 
7,696  31 
9,774  77 
14,417  37 
22,471  91 

1893-94 

60,159  95 

1894-93  .      . 



68,151  41 
.52  668  50 

1895-96 

1896  97 

67  000  00 

1897  98 

57,000  00 
62,945  41 
62,174  47 

1898  99 

1899-1900 



1900-19t)l 

1901-101)2 



249,907  17 
793,361  81 

106,609  54 
34,.580  42 

61.941  50 
68  730  00 

1902-1903 

78,746  ''6 

1903-1904 

1904-1905 

74,432  47 
111,953  68 

1905-1901) 

108,148  16 

I90t>-07  (9  iTH>s).     . 

9 1  984  65 

1907-08 

. .   . 

180  398  98 

190J<-09 

247,6.59  35 

1909-10 

236,4,54  68 

19UI-r.... 

244,274  67 
2(;i,718  83 

1911-12   

1,204,614  29 
111,801  04 

1912-i:< 

.383,343  19 

19i:i-14 



1914-15 

6,1.57,966  62 
6,408,856  63 
6,466,358  63 
6,890,952  45 
7,234,897  46 

470,194  07 
46"?,  787  .33 
390  873  01 

191.5-16 

191(>-17 

. 

1917-18 

:{,H0  761  73 

1918  19 

392,018  25 

74 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  account  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc. — Continued. 


Miscellaneous  KxFKHniivRE— Continued. 

Year. 

Insurance 

Lighthouse 

Immigration. 

Quarantint-. 

Indians. 

Superintend- 
ence. 

Legislation. 

and 
Coast  Service. 

S  cts. 

S  ots. 

$  cts. 

S   uts. 

S  cts. 

S  cts. 

18(;7-68  . . . 

36  049  76 

24,346  47 

59.5,810  48 

174,982  78 

1 SKS-RQ 

26,951  80 
55,965  99 

16,195  75 

409,613  70 

190,670  68 

1000-0t7  ..... 

1869-70 

1.5,968  85 

6,086'66' 

379,753  06 

229,682  46 

1870-71 

54,004  20 

17,785  83 

6,080  0<J 

356,205  84 

334,692  56 

1871-72 

109,953  90 
265,717  79 

19,012  78 

43,934  79 

393,963  89 

345,6.82  .58 

1872-73!'!!; 

21,651  04 

63,776  00 

614,487  09 

480,375  57 

1873-74 

291,296  57 
278,776  99 

27,276  30 

146,068  31 

784,048  15 

537,057  63 

1874-75...  . 

2.3,993  69 

195,499  59 

572,273  41 

490,2.56  58 

1875-76 

338,179  10 

47,666  26 

276,325  00 

8,632'9i' 

627,230  67 

545,848  62 

1876-77.... 

309,3.52  90 

44,598  14 

301,590  00 

7,.512  76 

596,006  34 

471,278  49 

1877-78 

154,351  42 

26,340  02 

421,503  66 

8,577  48 

618,035  38 

461,967  71 

1878-79 

186,403  06 

25,820  99 

489,327  29 

8,517  16 

748,007  58 

447,566  92 

1879-80 

161,213  32 

21,991  03 

694,512  72 

9,551  73 

598,105  16 

426,304  18 

1880-81...  . 

214,251  05 

36,561  94 

805,097  17 

9,579  71 

611,375  73 

443,724  36 

1881-82 

21.1,3.39  24 

37,721  78 

1,183,414  40 

9,072  87 

582,200  36 

461,880  74 

1882-83 

.H73,957  71 

63,776  73 

1,106,961  46 

9,874  83 

740,768  26 

.  491,.T-J6  35 

1883-84.... 

511,208  83 

64,117  89 

1,116,153  87 

9,854  .54 

662,767  23 

520,524  38 

1884-85 

423,860  90 

82,547  11 

1,109,604  08 

10,223  32 

649,538  35 

5.32,446  12 

18S5-86 

257,354  93 

90,220  62 

1,195,093  36 

8,577  92 

1,037,778  68 

553,515  OS 

18SG-87 

.341,236  39 

121,627  31 

1,201,301  32 

9, '250  09 

977,302  17 

512,811  76 

1887-88 

244,789  09 

67,701  47 

1.000,802  33 

7,244  31 

807,424  63 

489,258  01 

1888-89 

202,499  26 

90,052  68 

1,112,775  67 

7,773  46 

701,170  42 

511,779  37 

1889-90 

110,091  76 

72,245  19 

1,107,824  31 

7,647  15 

932,187  30 

466,115  86 

1890-91 

181.045  38 

77,243  90 

987,435  15 

7,664  88 

596,486  67 

492,596  99 

1891-92 

177,604  82 

80,083  30 

894,265  54 

8,541  87 

1,302,876  50 

503,639  12 

1892-93 

180,ti77  43 

101,954  31 

i)56,552  39 

9,094  27 

867,231  83 

503,011  66 

1893-94 

202,235  52 

113,571  43 

968,563  17 

9,578  20 

698,006  64 

476,635  0" 

1894-95 

195,652  97 

101,320  11 

955,403  77 

10,017  54 

941,570  41 

475,903  32 

1895-96 

120,199  00 

95,247  16 

880.408  48 

10,038  79 

904,687  95 

466,057  55 

1896-97 

127,438  14 

120,161  60 

908,063  98 

10,611  56 

1,134,772  94 

445,742  72 

1897-98.  ... 

261,194  90 

537,243  59 

952,584  14 

10,165  46 

729,829  05 

474.216  6( 

1898-99 

255,878  88 

136,743  52 

936,219  77 

10,247  99 

892,354  14 

545,644  90 

1899-1900... 

434,562  61 

136,067  52 

1.037,435  55 

11,223  61 

830,301  87 

523.485  07 

1900-1901... 

444,729  63 

170,165  68 

1.019,329  12 

12,824  11 

1,172,725  92 

578,617  71 

19011902... 

494,841  55 

264,737  78 

1,057,130  .55 

13,500  00 

991,432  78 

696.311  02 

1902-1903... 

642,913  74 

263,330  72 

1,077,811  00 

14,947  29 

789,204  69 

964,143  74 

1903-1001... 

744.788  50 

217,7()5  32 

1,079,781  31 

15,685  57 

1,266,795  00 

1,275,016  87 

19041905... 

972,356  69 

302,758  28 

1,173,864  43 

17,587  .50 

1,713,172  35 

2,507,307  03 

1905-190K... 

842,608  23 

624,758  32 

1,19«,350  34 

18,146  66 

1,351,916  45 

2,530,307  61 

19W;-190"7  \ 

(9mos.).  J 

1907-08.   . . 

611,200  76 

395,906  63 

940,679  72 

15,920  96 

1,322,074  62 

2,026,641  92 

1,074,696  51 

150,048  18 

1,276,963  72 

25,1.57  72 

1,150,609  69 

2,835,542  77 

190.8-09...  . 

979,326  16 

121,665  29 

1,307.245  09 

10,277  87 

1,543,327  99 

2,721,801  57 

1909-10 

960,676  03 

1.38,130  01 

1.287,401  42 

1,837,348  i8 

2,127,943  61 

1910-11 

1,079,129  85 

237,999  23 

1,449,961  18 

1,65.5,418  53 

1,979,838  25 

1911-12.  ... 

1,364,999  93 

182,392  43 

1,756,565  29 

2,439,807  42 

2,128.242  f>5 

1912-13 

1,427,111  96 

201,331  69 

1,818,186  46 

1,379,130  08 

2,262,735  19 

1913-14 

1,893,297  77 

220,927  83 

2,182,470  95 

1,40.3,189  48 

2,324,103  30 

19U-1.5...  . 

1,658, ISl  6S 

232,874  90 

2,400.629  92 

2,376.983  (;6 

2,583,025  71 

1915-16 

1  307  480  16 

2il3,3(M  61 

2,190,333  48 

1,180,363  26 

1.937,759  08 

1916-17!!!!! 
1917-18. 

l.lSl.'jsil  27 

206,098  39 

1,951,494  51 
1,922,761  20 

1,651,742  60 

1,769.288  90 

1  '^ll  *J54  04 

239!451  39 

3,073,334  28 

1,860,;W9  35 

lois-io! ! ! ! . 

1,112,079  17 

227,.389  18 

1,971,172  16 

1,766.400  84 

1,9)1,246  89 

PUBLIC  ACCOIXTS 


75 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  2 

Table  VII] 


Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  account  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc. — Continued. 


Year. 


1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888.. 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

190H 

1907  (9  mos.). 

1908 , 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 


M ISCELLANKOUS  EXPEKDITOBE— Con««n««<i. 


Mail 
Subsidies 

and 

Steamship 

Subventions. 


$      cU. 


177,349 
253,746 
288,999 
286,098 
342,107 
363,447 
285,882 
287,772 
261,588 
314,941 
257,534 
257,701 
23.5,833 
201,503 
210,930 
237,500 
238,054 
261,778 
271,457 
273,496 
342,613 
304,254 
286,315 
321,117 
273,207 
413,938 
530,702 
513,268 

5.53,812 
589,773 
584,056 
599,831 
629,198 
624,9-56 
799,285 
851,747 
,027.074 
,227,560 
,128,876 
,590,.3>!3 
,684,(i.S3 
,7.'?(!,372 
,91.S,941 
,904,513 
,952,525 
,3S3,686 
,162,632 
,7(J8,757 
,990,  .581 
,8.53,319 
,31)1,849 


Marine 
Hospitals. 


S      cfcs. 

21,048  22 
34,8.37  16 
36,742  09 
.3.5,551  58 
44,536  16 
48,1.50  43 
66,462  .53 
.59.021  93 
60,971  57 
62,408  52 
57,484  60 
58,237  34 
.55,031  23 
52,183  27 
53,100  57 
49,879  31 
.51,312  62 
5.5,391  28 
49,3.59  67 
52,252  32 
49.445  29 
52.332  34 

41.729  11 
.35,167  74 
.34,102  71 
36,143  97 
38,403  94 
.38..589  05 
36,683  .36 
38,130  68 

38.162  50 
37,353  29 
37,741  .36 
36,141  37 
51.827  13 
48,750  15 
50,301  78 
51,731  56  , 

50.730  58  ' 
38,155  67 
67,5.85  17 
50,993  87 
66,349  26 

56.163  73 
57,016  U 
.53,690  26 
.55,909  64 
6.5.801  0* 
66,740  80 
66,817  30 
53,169  41 
74.2ftl  3(1 


Militia 
and  Defence. 


S      cts. 

1,013,015  69 

937,513  35 

1.245,972  83 

908,732  86 

1.054,255  34 

1,248,663  93 

1,122,282  27 

1,013,943  84 

978,530  41 

5.50,451  87 

618,1.36  58 

777,698  90 

690,018  93 

067.000  51 

772,811  79 

7.34,354  25 

989,498  22 

t2, 707, 7.57  77 

1,178,659  10 

1,193.692  77 

1,273,178  59 

1,323,551  ,56 

1,287,013  59 

1,279,513  65 

1,2  .6,308  05 

1,419,745  89 

1,284,517  17 

1,574,013  76 

1,136.713  54 

1,667,588  20 

1,514,472  36 

2,112.291  79 

1.840,178  79 

2,061,674  17 

2,060.978  71 

1,963,01)9  38 

2.2.52,030  46 

2,6.50,700  .33 

4,294,124  62 

3,347,037  87 

5,498,18;^  60 

5,221,644  79 

4,679,956  24 

6,868,651  29 

7,580,600  29 

9,112,474  90 

11,1?  1,398  63 

10,060,617  74 

4,681,502  99 

4.30!, 784  90 

,3,912,4.58  64 

3.253.875  58 


Miscellaneous. 


S      cts. 

9.3,451  95 

29,784  51 

97.682  90 

9,f36  05 

39,422  02 

63,848  57 

102,160  20 

7.5,382  96 

86.026  20 
87,733  30  ' 
62,968  61  i 

91.027  25 
174,191  46 

91,649  95 

97,408  01 

209,624  64 

301,732  93 

431,112  29 

4.33,413  3,* 

207,1.56  02 

359,646  71 

415,707  68 

174,066  18 

181,795  33 

164,787  12 

251,407  72 

187,974  04 

172,645  57 

172.363  61 

104,628  85 

1,81.410  93 

318,907  57 

as  1,3.36  56 

290,940  36 

1,146,120  58 

528,231  07 

960.089  81 

778,655  88 

946,037  29 

560,083  26 

7.52.074  41 

1,378,224  85 

■  852,5.52  19 

1,129,453  23 

769,160  .36 

2,016,811  67 

1,87«,.521  48 

2,837,136  98 

1,153,894  U 

1,196,613  97 

2,.354.495  86 

9,515.933  45 


Mounted 
Police. 


Xorthwest 

Territories 

Government. 


S      cts. 

.S       c... 

■ 

199,599  14 
333.  .583  90 
369,518  39 
.^52,749  05 
334,748  50 
344,823  77 
332,855  12 
289,845  23 
368,456  47 
■  477,825  45 
485,983  66 
564,249  64 
1,029,369  20 
781,6(54  42 
862,965  06 
829,701  46 
753,093  .50 
740,979  07 
701,9.32  .32 
615,479  21 
611,263  21 
646,125  17 
5.33,014  17 
526,162  05 
865,415  96 
402,628  88 
843,989  11 
912,150  59 
948,215  ()6 
990,034  92 
949.783  <W 
1,013,309  06 
1,004,079  19 
647,a36  24 
649.867  49 
663.783  01 
676,637  M 
713.813  43 
696.6(a  45 
783,888  11 
963,650  95 
9.52.017  98 
1,39.5.022  45 
1.179,6(59  95 
1,031,156  82 
719.142  73 


12, 

32, 

4, 

17, 

18, 

10, 

9, 

18, 

19, 

29, 

34, 

48, 

*3,234. 

110, 

104, 

177, 

180, 

249, 

244, 

276, 

276, 

303, 

330, 

320, 

347, 

357, 

354, 

504, 

491, 

8112, 

894, 

1,259. 

259, 

4, 

5. 

4, 

4, 

'5, 

5, 

3, 

3, 

2, 

l>> 

5, 

5, 

4, 


729  91 
497  10 
282  47 
774  13 
199  20 
.574  90 
.527  07 
279  85 
305  20 
048  22 
6.37  07 
.547  76 
587  61 
373  95 
801  94 
015  45 
692  89 
237  50 
768  .56 
446  03 
951  99 
626  74 
702  99 
535  66 
687  34 
024  69 
209  97 
387  74 
923  89 
466  46 
1.50  98 
412  06 
520  45 
2.35  96 
964  54 
305  25 
9.55  81 
743  69 
597  93 
493  93 
665  87 
870  25 
232  08 
147  52 
809  66 
962  60 


t  This  amount  includes  §1,697,851.52  Northwest  rebellion  exfjenditurea. 
♦  ,.  ..         83,177,220.50 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  Account  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc.— Co7itinued. 


Year. 


1867-68. . 

1868-69.. 

18»J9  70. 

187(1-71.. 

1871-72. 

1872-73.. 

1873-74.. 

1874-75. . 

1875-76. . 

1876-77. 

1877-78.. 

187-8-79.. 

1879-80.. 

1880-81. 

1881-82.. 

1882-83.. 

1883-84. 

1884-85.. 

1885-80. 

1886-87.. 

1887-88. . 

1888-89.. 

1889-90. . 

1890-91.. 

1891-92.. 

1892-93.. 

1893-94.. 

1894-95 . . 

189o-9f). . 

1896-97.. 

1897-98. . 

1.898-99. . 

1899-1900 

191X101.. 

1901-02. 

1902-03.. 

19113  04.. 

1904-05.. 

1905-06.. 

1906-7  (9 m 

1907-08.. 

l:iOS-09.. 

I'.ti  1^1-10.. 

1910-11 . . 

1911-12.. 

1912-13. . 

191:M4. 

1914-15... 

191.)  16  . 

1916-17. 

1917-18.. 

1918-19. . 


Mlscellaxeocs  ExPESDiTCBE — Continued. 


Ocean 
and  River 

Service. 


S 


cts. 


92.162  24 

63.510  31 

54,309  45 

72.939  86 

81,905  46 

92,742  34 

121,818  14 

16.5,699  S9 

■  284,941  07 

147,393  57 

144,837  82 

141,175  25 

149,501  52 

227,936  29 

187,809  29 

200,982  42 

231,519  23 

280,275  58 

.206,476  02 

205,031  10 

211,462  27 

318,098  91 

,    164,046  70 

199,277  26 

177,185  37 

19.3,349  78 

211,922  67 

205,092  65 

181,451  71 

183,2.57  60 

1 45,  .553  22 

330,2.54  23 

247.784  93 

233,161  59 

496,190  57 

417,136  .56 

566,546  78 

1,0,52,677  44 

1,013,»182  90 

679,154  74 

881,221  19 

1,201.804  76 

803,922  22 

869,164  16 

1,128.;K)7  73 

1,121,200  11 

1,216,278  06 

1,1.(3,716  74 

1,21.3.917  52 

1,113,871  71 

1,192.673  76 

1,365,199  29 


Penitentiaries. 


S  cts. 

209,369  42 
269,817  26 
211,981  62 
219,212  25 
20.5,111  23 
270,661  20 
395,551  76 
337,593  55 
312,015  31 
303,168  98 
308,101  69 
308,482  61 
270,381  54 
307,:^66  29 
293,616  76 
286,424  86 
296,996  32 
2S7,.551  67 
310,782  46 
311,267  45 
320,776  61 
319,436  26 
349,839  40 
353,158  32 
344.528  60 
346,a53  93 
446,134  16 
449,.599  81 
385.227  58 
409,598  23 
380,395  09 
416,939  48 
438,421  22 
456,350  US 
438,072  92 
477,839  82 
448,845  S3 
463,720  09 
527,883  77 
423, 2H3  06 
594,618  80 
545.112  67 
538,202  67 
527,760  92 
653,482  79 
7(4,831  10 
910,413  17 
860,031  14 
903.318  11 
913,207  93 
980.167  64 
1,007,586  40 


Pensions. 

Police. 

.?   cts. 

S   et3. 

56,421  60 

49,176  17 

50,564  18 

46,321  12 

53,586  28 

49,494  21 

52,611  49 

39,547  35 

62,251  42 

37,281  24 

49,2(M  04 

49.813  99 

56,453  84 

56,387  54 

63,656  .58 

54,563  06 

110.201  04 

13,427  73 

112,531  13 

11,3.55  62 

105,842  05 

10,616  44 

107,795  04 

11,122  08 

102,888  95 

12,368  05 

96,388  66 

13,525  77 

101,196  90 

12,841  11 

98,446  13 

18,490  19 

95,542  72 

20,124  49 

89,879  38 

18,953  14 

88,319  37 

17,341  33 

102,109  24 

16,678  44 

120,333  85 

16,812  20 

116,029  78 

18,306  88 

107,391  45 

20,464  61 

10.3,850  35 

21,459  87 

92,456  67 

21,788  76 

90,309  06 

22,1.57  25 

86,927  18 

21,947  47 

84,349  36 

21,943  13 

86,080  31 

22,703  38 

90,881  89 

23,788  82 

96,187  09 

22,100  04 

96.128  60 

24,442  41 

93,453  .39 

2.S,276  88 

93.551  28 

68,980  95 

83,304  65 

60,241  16 

87,924  75 

28,280  31 

113,494  53 

31  0,84  27 

140,423  55 

34,219  74 

179,023  49 

37,265  22 

125,832  26 

29,268  65 

187,5.5f  .30 

43,322  68 

191,532  56 

44,936  86 

216.697  49 

51,808  11 

240,585  69 

64,484  10 

245,044  66 

82,445  .3ij 

283,188  27 

97,951  22 

311,900  37 

119,892  11 

3.W,557  52 

118,994  94 

671, 13;^  25 

116,664  54 

2,814,545  52 

12S.504  62 

8,15.5,691  50 

128,966  112 

18,282,440  38 

148,488  98 

Public 
Works. 

Railways 

and 

Canals. 

S   cts. 

S   cts. 

126,269  78 

65,015  27 

lis  53 

120,031  02 

6,208  21 

597,274  96 

168,583  73 

839,786  26 

25,777  30 

1,297,999  11 

299,614  64 

1,778,915  88 

47,085  15 

1,756,010  It 

1.065  53 

1,948,241  82 

700  OO 

1,202,823  27 

997,469  70 

1,12.5  00 

1,013,023  10 

570  00 

1,046,341  97 

5,584  90 

1,108,814  85 

299,951  OS 

1,342,000  48 

81,440  26 

1,765,2.55  64 

91,543  59 

2,908,851  65 

204.090  12 

2,302,.362  74 

86,026  44 

2,046,552  32 

87,456  20 

2,13,3,315  59 

121,629  13 

2,162,116  29 

176,389  89 

2,299,231  24 

188,660  00 

1,972,501  18 

214,189  97 

1,937,545  72 

199,083  59 

1,627,851  24 

219,732  61 

1,927,&?2  45 

237,638  91 

2,0:«,954  91 

133,996  60 

1,742,316  89 

252,716  00 

1,299,768  89 

126,443  94 

1,46:3,718  54 

134,405  10 

1,701,312  95 

190,490  30 

1,902,664  27 

384,850  12 

2,289,888  75 

188,826  45 

3,386,632  16 

210,414  02 

4,221,293  59 

272,2%  14 

4.065,553  27 

328,315  52 

4,6U7,330  45 

400,862  35 

6,76.5,446  01 

489,751  23 

7,484,715  72 

452,058  49 

5,520,571  42 

3911,209  84 

8,721,326  98 

730,.311  65 

12,300,184  05 

987,691  92 

7,261.218  22 

8  5,.i74  86 

8,621,431  25 

6.35,018  09 

10,344,487  21 

763.006  72 

13, 468,  .505  20 

067.  .356  38 

19,007,512  63 

732,348  03 

19,.343,532  35 

727,205  72 

12.039.252  Oli 

671,590  43 

8,633,095  SO 

750,.524  87 

7,432.900  95 

444,628  52 

6,295,059  71 

559,695  15 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  account  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc. — Continued. 


Year. 


1867-68 

1868-6H 

1869-70 

1870-71  

1871-72  

1872-73  

1873-74  

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79  

1879^-80 

1880-81  

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86  

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97  

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01. . 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905-06 

1906-07  (9  mos), 

1907-08 

1908  09 

1909-10 

1910-U 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 

1916-17 

1917-18 

1918-19 


MisoELLAKKOUs  ExPESDiTcni— ConcZuded. 


Scientific 
Institutions. 


8,200 

8,950 

9,150 

9,379 

16,618 

18,830 

50.614 

44,629 

46,047 

45,55s 

46,050 

6!,206 

46,1154 

46,663 

47,454 

51,990 

56,398 

55,825 

56,898 

57,266 

59,981 

59,477 

58,452 

62.457 

65.722 

64,513 

97,850 

77,241 

81,699 

79,994 

79,442 

86,813 

83,2.55 

90,551 

155,285 

126,754 

125.123 

163,726 

284,271 

292,823 

576.817 

553,921 


633. 
378. 
417, 
417, 
490, 
501, 
463, 
434 
361 
375, 


,784 

l50 

350 
390 
540 
431 
494 
.755 
,592 
575 


Settler's 

Relief, 

Manitoba. 


83,405  80 


Soldiers   Land 
Settlement. 


207,558  94 


Stean?boat 
Inspection. 


S        cts. 

10,406  93 
11,299  99 
7,396  96 
8,321  00 
8,d00  00 
13,266  00 
10,291  58 
12,199  81 
13,081  86 
13,073  01 
14,315  82 
13,15-  38 
11,854  34 
12,i49  15 
14,8X5  97 

16.209  02 
21,893  28 
23,211  58 
21,799  03 
22,82.T  SO 
21,430  45 
22,313  03 
20,989  .52 
22,183  76 
22,736  59 
24,3.sr,  95 
25,9.'i9  89 
26,385  88 
26,321  27 
26,837  S3 
26,342  29 
28,035  49 
27,965  72 
29,247  59 
27,493  80 
30,172  09 
33,608  87 
.5",  187  85 
37,576  19 
32,459  .55 

42.210  4.S 
41,226  47 

40,782  77 
42,818  47 
45,353  11 
54,147  51 
63,714  12 
65,063  16 
64,884  01 
67,559  81 
70,380  61 
72,873  53 


Subsidies 

to 
Provinces. 


S        cts, 

2,753,966  46 
2,604,050  13 
2,588,604  96 
2,624,940  23 
2,930,113  10 
2,921,399  87 
3,752,757  48 
3,750,961  88 
3.690,355  15 
3.655,850  58 
3,472,807  87 
3,442,764  34 
3,430,846  31 
3,45.5,517  73 
3,530,999  48 
3,606,672  61 
3,603,714  38 
3,959,326  91 
4,182,525  91 
4,169,341  04 
4,188,513  53 
4,051,427  62 
3,904.922  12 
3,903,756  61 
3.93:5,913  .56 
3,93.5,764  80 
4,206,654  77 
4,2.50,674  46 
4,235,664  24 
4,238,059  08 
4,2.37,372  19 
4,250,636  47 
4,2,50,607  60 
4,250.607  48 
4,402,097  64 
4.402,502  88 
4,402,291  68 
4.516,038  48 
6,72(>.372  88 
6,74.5,i;<3  68 
9,032,774  89 
9,117,143  28 


9,361. 

9,092, 
10,-281, 
13,211 
11,2S0. 
11,451, 
11,451, 
11,469, 
11, .369, 
11,327, 


388  20 
471  80 
014  98 
800  37 
468  67 
6T3  28 
673  28 
148  48 
148  48 
236  48 


Super- 
annuation. 


12,880  49 
38,842  81 
53,026  03 
64,442  84 
77,298  25 
101,627  16 
104,826  99 
106,588  91 
113,531  63 
127,792  22 
147,362  10 
160,319  95 
186,236  67 
192,692  70 
203,6.36  21 
200,655  25 
202,285  85 
212,743  72 
218,933  65 
241,764  66 
241,110  49 
253,679  88 
263,710  15 
262,302  07 
265,385  77 
311,231  79 
307,792  66 
340.185  67 
325,560  47 
323,398  52 
324,507  13 
338,764  35 
346,418  98 
355,423  79 
353.260  th5 
356,280  71 
269,346  81 
372,841  59 
390,319  32 

406,877  05 

405.341  60 
417,045  16 
4.3ti,396  11 
443,5.56  87 
461,698  61 

454.342  04 
458,927  35 
47'',263  63 
495,016  94 


Yukon. 

Provisional 

District. 


47, 
1,098, 
331, 
274, 
266, 
807, 
6.38, 
476, 
405, 
294, 
394, 
.353, 


026  65 
378  96 
850  21 
953  55 
931  98 
806  89 
387  51 
227  54 
734  84 
023  29 
.596  71 
973  44 


.330,431  08 
303,674  94 
324,241  97 
295,394  20 
34r,917  27 
340,043  30 
344,575  39 
339,971  04 
301,612  34 
183,243  08 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditures  on  account  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc. — Continued. 


CoLLECTio.N-  OP  Revenue. 

Year. 

Adulteration 
of  Food. 

Cullinpr 
Timber. 

Customs. 

Dominion 
Lands. 

Excise. 

1867-1)8 

S        cts. 

S       cts. 

69,430  93 
67,089  33 
74,096  BO 
62,130  22 
65,697  26 
69,691  90 
82,886  43 
81,9.56  33 
■      66,596  95 
68,171  76 
49,940  38 
44.670  02 
44,651  89 
51,079  65 
51,360  65 
56,228  79 
54,866  17 
50,580  00 
49,284  56 
51,120  43 
49,596  23 
48,307  56 
30,781  16 
28,599  75 
26,143  22 
27,628  69 
25,281  18 
23,299  li; 
17,237  ,S8 
16,618  75 
19,245  87 
17  601  39 
17.40;S  10 
18,448  10 
17,101  51 
16,378  Hi 
14,722  41 
13,912  89 
13,133  90 
9,822  27 
12,904  15 
13,276  87 
12.756  40 
12,015  93 
11,969  70 
12,089  68 
8,798  43 
7,911  84 
•     6,838  15 
0,510  55 
6,046  41 
4,025  06 

S      cts. 

477,503  82 

496,049  94 

505,109  31 

500,441  49 

528,735  62 

567,765  .36 

727,629  36 

682,673  65 

721,008  60 

721.604  95 

714,527  77 

719,711  29 

716,126  23 

717,704  31 

723.913  85 

757,245  62 

798,837  96 

791,537  91 

800,107  34 

819,131  62 

851,025  36 

864.590  46 

873,400  10 

900,491  82 

904,800  50 

901,940  10 

921,039  92 

917. 632  39 

S!Hi.3o2  50 

945,245  33 

971,320  11 

1,037,635  65 

1,071,222  17 

1.123,817  06 

1,176,024  24 

1,229.028  71 

1,357,184  29 

1,468,093  42 

1„".4S,384  OS 

1,222,948  67 

1,923,854  17 

1,994,951  46 

2,02.5.4.53  11 

2.187.174  76 

2,44.3,846  23 

3,1.50,776  75 

3,849,0S3  86 

3.775..3i;4  31 

3.68.5,399  40 

3.74.",790  !)0 

4,054.3l!»  87 

4,274,792  89 

S       cts. 

$       cts. 
78,939  00 

1868-09 

14,243  97 
200,519  81 
237,676  19 
282,696  28 
185,218  92 
212,841  27 
90,521  71 
87,628  52 
91,773  29 
147.802  98 
67,745  97 
81,899  57 
115,746  90 
166,898  69 
178,727  29 
194,905  58 
195,725  71 
184,518  "M 
18.S,75'J  -2 
173,574  29 
158,483  11 
132,807  24 
136,179  17 
133,305  06 
129,727  51 
119,908  08 

111.415  12 
91,296  26 
92,913  92 

104,979  49 

133.416  53 
158,843  94 
186,a55  81 
247,2S2  02 
276,982  10 
433,135  09 
385,073  87 
562,711  74 
548,607  75 
599,613  07 

1,804,2.50  49 
2,277.099  87 
2,462,623  92 
3,286,480  25 
3,701,179  88 
3,41,8,297  80 
2,866,712  !3 
2, 552,  .303  58 
2,247,996  55 

109,414  56 

1869-70 

119,461  48 

1870-71  

129,563  56 

1871-72 

142,732  09 

1872-73 

171,704  85 

1873-74. 

1874-75 



206,935  28 
199,253  72 

1875-76 

2,601  83 
4,903  46 
5,964  94 
7,797  02 
8,887  37 
8,149  10 
9,968  06 
9.722  07 
11,754  49 
14,948  08 
13,523  79 
21.334  01 
25,622  06 
23,667  79 
23,259  37 
24,725  12 
23,387  94 
24,249  78 
24,006  67 
24,284  44 
24,312  98 
24,008  SO 
24,940  20 
23,132  76 
24,577  10 
24,991  37 
24,956  74 
19,841  13 
20,994  55 
21,359  43 
2;  ,356  42 
21,777  33 
26,574  95 
20,504  40 
22,163  39 
21,24.i  29 
22,786  19 
22,520  04 
30,202  27 
47.2.-W  .-.9 
44.721  51 
42,795  99 
4i;,64H  09 
44,(i21  35 

218,359  81 

1876-77 

211,157  18 

1877-78 

1878-79 

215,024  50 
211,064  71 

1879-80 

219,284  91 

1880-81 

247,577  05 

1881-82 

280,573  51 

1882-83 

188*-84 

278,910  51 
303,610  28 

18S4-85 

1885-86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889  -90 

309,268  29 
310,022  OO 
.344,690  93 
373,348  44 
362,8;«  42 
362,996  45  V 

1890-91 

378,236  81 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

400,049  52 
387,673  27 
484,949  72 
471,864  90 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1;K)0-1901 

470,869  86 
41)4,426  75 
468,320  37 
464,620  01 
4li8,993  89 
4.58,  .382  71 

4113,404  .51 

1902-1903 

478,984  31 

1903- 1904 

522.361  21 

1904-1!I05 

190,5-1906     

1906-07  (9  inos) 

537,813  77 
555,923  25 
4.56,773  97 
()36,892  07 

1908-09 

643,704  74 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911. 12  

660,464  77 
703,659  65 
755,967  75 

19i2-13 

843,685  07 

1914  1") 

llll.")-l(i 

1916  17 

,S.58,I65  50 
S3o,174  ,57 
897,671  34 
977.3:U  44 

1917-18 

1918-19     

1,255,005  79 
1,151,488  81 

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Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  account  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc. — Continued. 


Bounties. 

COLLKCTIOK   OP   RKVENOK- 

-Continued. 

Year. 

Inspection 

of 

Staples. 

Liquor 
License  Act. 

Minor 
Eevenues.* 

Post  Office. 

Public  Works. 

1867-68  

$      cts. 

S     cts. 

S       cts. 

S     cts. 

16,841  91 

21,778  26 

32,804  16 

35,436  78 

39,369  95 

22,262  12 

11.371  03 

23,867  04 

20,024  02 

20,181  01 

21,785  45 

27,888  26 

28,732  52 

3,575  08 

5,916  41 

5,445  20 

2,824  78 

2,.587  92 

6,478  11 

3,973  35 

3,868  59 

3,773  99 

5,221  91 

3,810  97 

3,529  84 

4,478  38 

5,532  27 

1,.585  49 

1,8.33  73 

859  10 

1,.575  08 

2,078  66 

1,986  69 

1,718  49 

1,750  53 

2,658  50 

1,112  87 

1.949  32 

1,777  12 

1,246  12 

2,703  18 

1,986  81 

680  29 

522  69 

S      cts. 

016,802  21 
787,886  .32 
808,622  77 
815,470  59 
929,609  33 
1,067,866  09 

1.387.270  48 
1,520,861  21 
1,622,827  10 
1,705,311  54 
1,724,938  52 
1,784,423  88 

1.818.271  05 
1,876,657  96 
1,980,567  25 
2,176,089  09 
2,312,965  27 
2,488,315  36 
2,76.3,186  41 
2,818,907  22 
2,889,728  59 
2,982,321  48 
3,074,469  91 
3,161.675  72 
3,316,120  03 
3,421,203  17 
3,517,261  31 
3,593,647  47 
3,665,011  30 
3,789,478  .34 
3,.57.5.411  99 
3,603,799  10 
3,758,014  61 
3.931,446  01 
4,023,636  82 
4,105,178  48 
4,347,.540  84 
4,634,.527  78 
4,921,-577  22 
.3.979,557  .34 
6,005,929  74 
6,  .-.92,386  40 
7.215,337  47 
7,954,222  79 
9,172,035  47 

10,882,804  .57 
12,822,058  44 
15,961.191  47 
16,009,138  77 
16..SO0,578  65 
18,046,.557  90 
19,27.3,758  11 

•S      cts. 
44,783  22 

1868-69 

1869-70 

51,039  41 
68,560  13 

1870-71 

1871-72  

78,300  12 
92,206  63 

1872-73....   ... 

1873-74 

118,021  66 
128,859  65 

1874-75 

1,499  52 
.537  72 
648  64 

1,020  08 
622  94 
966  94 
573  73 
033  44 
460  17 
706  40 

1.57,680  64 

1875-76 

1876-77 

147,215  00 
112,486  17 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 



97,123  93 
110,618  25 
103,170  01 
199,948  28 

1881-82 

1882  83 

"  "  3,840  65' 

2,230  45 

53,515  86 

186.342  30 

6,340  29 

338  48 

268  08 

1,230  84 

is'oo' 

137,679  97 
147,411  14 

1883-84 

180,688  65 

1884  85     . 

847  96 
1,797  38 
1,801  80 
2,.549  22 
2,370  00 
2,040  51 
1,930  41 

180,360  91 

1885-86  

1886-87 

1887-88  

1888-89 

191,836  30 
173,612  82 
154,187  05 
215,085  51 

1889-90  

186,345  83 

1890-91 

196,.580  19 

1891-92 

1892-93 

2,258  46 
1,659  56 
2,208  06 
2,354  73 
2,576  94 
2,921  38 
4,161  83 
5,100  00 

18.508  87 
14,834  99 

13.509  60 
66,261  19 
73,509  72 
88,6^il  49 

109,9.39  80 

88,  .531  52 

132,487  70 

160,184  62 

184,871  02 

20:(,594  80 

226.894  75 

340.294  82 

450,737  57 

2,  .3.53  63 

2,06()  60 

2,592  82 

2,240  38 

2,352  99 

190,  .386  22 
149,390  98 

1893-94 

154,2,57  24 

1894-95 

151,698  22 

1895-96  . . . 

12  61 

159,4(i0  22 

189(>-97   

1997-98 

147,567  92 
166,313  .85 

1898-99 

165,907  30 

1899-1900 

1900-1901   .    .. 
1901-1902  

182.859  42 
272,808  72 
498,513  41 

1902-1903 

562,403  51 

1903-1904 

454,700  41 

1904-1905   

19n;V1906 

5(50,360  .50 
560,169  48 

1906-07  (9  mos.) 
1907-08   

456,814  03 
583,952  65 

1908  09   

1909  10 

625,034  23 
576,490  81 

1910-11   

1911-12 

1912-13  

1913-14   

'538,i536'84 
235,233  55 
143,652  47 
124.272  23 
109,236  68 
101,428  28 
113,496  85 
270,802  48 

.594,868  80 
651,. 553  81 
686,370  64 
780.455  41 

1914-15 

191.Vl(i 

799,1.52  31 
857,877  09 

1916-17 

849,311  07 

1917-18  

842.647  51 

181*19 

877,471  81 

*  From  1911  transferred  to  "Adulteration  of  Fojd." 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Table  VIII. — Comparative  Statement  of  Expenditure  on  accomit  of 
Consolidated  Fund,  etc. — Concluded. 


C0LLECTI0^ 

OK  Rkvenue- 

-Concluded. 

Year. 

Labour. 

Naval  Service. 

Railways 

and 

Canals. 

Trade 

and 

Commerce. 

Weights, 
Measures,  Gas 

and 
Electric  Light. 

Tot.aI. 

1867-68 

$      cts. 

S      cts. 

«       cts. 

581,503  11 

641,813  63 

743,070  44 

752,7n  60 

913,236  45 

1,378,163  62 

2,260,820  07 

1.981,S:)2  75 

1,897,282  S3 

2,239,346  23 

2,374..313  97 

2,570,360  85 

2,226,456  21 

2,603,717  46 

2,755,832  05 

3,117,465  50 

3,122,103  01 

3,268,221  85 

3,339,670  25 

3,673,894  35 

4,160,3.32  20 

4,095,300  97 

4,362,200  26 

4,505,516  35 

4,.337,876  96 

3,848,403  .53 

3,760,549  82 

3,704,126  48 

3,826.225  51 

3,725,689  92 

4,049,274  60 

4,246.403  53 

5,244,300  84 

6,.377,iM!l  26 

6,508,477  07 

7,221,705  13 

8,397,433  98 

9,803,911  81 

8,779,677  46 

7,011,857  68 

10,586,113  90 

10,780,125  52 

10,21.1,0.17  82 

11,123,250  8(1 

12,330,462  75 

13,766,180  .34 

14,9.35,138  21 

13,876,059  63 

20,777,829  68 

27.124,003  68 

31,819,607  65 

45,494,583  94 

$      cts. 

$        Ctb. 

$        cts. 
13,486,092  96 

1868-69  . .      . 

14,0.38,084  00 

1869-70.. 

14,345,.509  58 

1870-71 

15,623,081  72 

1871-72     . . 

17,589,468  82 

1872-73 

19,174,647  92 

1873-74 

23,316,316  75 

1874-75     .     . . 

69,969  92 

99,785  05 

11,085  70 

96,484  66 

84,004  97 

60,566  76 

74,170  53 

69,323  49 

73,777  03 

83,523  12 

84,977  93 

84,363  72 

85,492  33 

88  618  27 

85,990  26 

88,383  23 

92,038  93 

88,707  27 

91,097  10 

94,975  58 

98,173  67 

97,9-'5  32 

94,080  04 

90,617  50 

89,704  08 

96,088  94 

103,724  9S 

109,671  99 

121,575  02 

118,194  97 

125,649  89 

130,430  15 

100,243  18 

150,323  99 

160,495  07 

166  223  58 

180,965  17 

20.5.224  52 

224,344  78 

258,095  83 

288,831  .57 

305,215  24 

296,  .305  56 

322,549  33 

311,293  21 

23,713,071  04 

1875-76  

24,488,372  11 

1876-77       . 

23,519,301  77 

1877-78     . 

23,,503,158  25 

1878-79  

24,455„381  56 

1879-80 

24,850,634  45 

1880-81     . 

25,502,554  42 

1881-82   

27,067,103  58 

1882-83 

1883-84 

28,730,157  45 
31,107,706  25 

1884-85  . 

35,037,060  12 

1885-86 

39,011,612  26 

1886-87 

35,657,680  16 

1887-88          i 

36,718,494  79 

1888-89 

36,917,834  76 

1889-90 

35,994,031  47 

1890-91 

36,343,567  96 

1891-92 

36,765.894  18 

1892-' i3 



36,814,052  90 

189;i-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98  

9,249  30 

11,022  02 

9,462  80 

14,604  24 

17,186  71 

88,556  91 

55,591  06 

41,699  19 

11,974  11 

30,671  20 

38,483  75 

60,214  86 

63,625  14 

()2,534  99 

102,881  04 

91,446  29 

1.32,103  17 

1(;.5,S63  17 

ir)8,93S  66 

614, .509  29 

1,80.5,441  02 

2,943,495  14 

1,897, 24.^68 

1,.58S,247  :i0 

1,381,621  36 

1,330,448  81 

37,585,025  52 
38,132,005  05 
.36,949,142  03 
38,319,759  84 
38,832,525  70 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

41,903,500  54 
42,975,279  51 

1900-1901 

46,866,367  84 

1901-1902 

50,759,.391  97 

1902-190S   .    ... 
1903-1904   ... 
19u4-10ci5 

51,691,902  76 
55,216,832  '(0 
63,319,682  86 

1905-1906 

67,240,640  95 

19U6  07  (9  mos.) 

51,542,161  09 

1907-08     .     .. 
1908-09 . .    . 

76,641,451  59 
84,064,232  38 

1909-10  

79,111,747  12 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14  .    

1914-15 

1915-16  

1916-17 

1917-18 

1918-19 

93,402  31 
5.3,399  31 
68,476  19 
80,474  24 
63,441  28 
5(i,741  68 
67,565  47 
75,264  50 
166,?60  22 

2,256,709  13 
1,901,494  IS 
2,086,019  4.i 
2.006,150  22 
1,289,021  98 
1,154,426  27 
1,237,230  36 
1,069,572  70 
792,182  19 

87,774,198  32 
98,161,440  77 
112,059,.5.37  41 
127,384,472  99 
135,52.3,206  54 
130,350,726  90 
148,599,343  23 
178,284„312  83 
232,731,282  98 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Table  IX. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Debt  of  Canada,  payable  in  London, 
from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919,  according  to  the  rate  of  interest  it 
bears. 


Year. 

At  2J  per  cent 

interest. 

At  3  per  cent 
interest. 

At  3J  per  cent 
interest. 

At  4  per  cent 
interest. 

1867 

.?     cts. 

S     cts. 

S    cts. 

S     cts. 

681,333  34 

681,333  34 

7,300,000  00 

7,300,000  00 

7,300,000  00 

7,,30O,0OO  00 

7,300,000  00 

16,060,000  00 

35,526,666  67 

47,693,333  33 

59,859,999  99 

59,859,999  99 

74,459,999  99 

89,059,999  99 

89,059,999  99 

89,059,999  99 

89,059,999  99 

89,059,999  99 

128,689,929  21 

140,856,595  87 

140,856,595  87 

140,856,595  87 

140,856,595  87 

142,803,262  53 

148,643,262  52 

140,856,595  87 

142,316,595  87 

143,289,929  20 

140,856  595  87 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

188.3 

1884 

24,.333,333  33 

31,619,241  30 

24,333,333  33 

24,333,333  33 

21,333,333  33 

24,a33,.333  33 

24,333.333  .33 

24,a33,333  33 

24,333,333  33 

24,333,333  33 

24,333,333  33 

24,333,333  .33 

24,333,.333  33 

24,333,333  33 

24,333,333  33 

24,.333,333  33 

24,333,3:«  33 

24,333,333  33 

24,33.3,333  33 

24,333,3,33  33 

24,333,333  3;) 

24,333,333  33 

24,333,3.33  33 

39,389,339  99 

53,989,339  99 

78,322,673  32 

108,462,370  08 

151,24^,720  60 

175,582,053  93 

175,582,053  93 

175,582,053  93 

175,5."2,053  93 

175,582,053  93 

175,582,053  93 

175,.582,053  93 

175,^82,053  93 

188.5. 

1886 

1887 

1888 

6,375,333  33 
19,466,666  67 
10,466,666  67 
19  890,297  66 
30,727,506  24 
83,538,644  67 
39,652,242  08 
50.602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,atl  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,602,241  01 
50,898,661  62 
51,751,568  26 
53,532,034  82 
53.532,034  82 
54,486,684  10 
55,10.5,899  ,-!0 
42,512,076  63 
42,649,469  49 
43,116,280  15 
43.226,130  55 
37,262,129  50 
37,271,230  16 
37,271,230  16 
37,271,230  16 
37,271,230  16 
37,271,230  16 

1889 

1890. 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

140,856,595  87 
140,856,595  87 
140,856,595  87 
140,856,595  87 
140,856,595  87 
140,856,595  87 
140,856,595  87 
140,856,595  87 
124,514,290  52 
123,701,998  46 
117,139,&i9  24 
104,972,982  58 

18P7 

1899 

9,73.3,.^33  33 
9,73;i333  SS 
9,7.'(3,333  33 
9,733,:«3  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,33:3  33 
9,733,333  33 
9,733,333  33 
9.73.'<,333  33 
9,733,:<33  33 
9,733,333  33 
7,748,245  83 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,88M&5  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4,888,185  64 
4.888,185-64 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907  (Cm08.) 

1W)8 

103,600,210  03 
81,666,143  36 
48,123,185  19 
22,244,845  23 
14,283.666  69 
8,273,333  34 
58,400,000  00 
93,926,666  66 
93,926,666  66 
93,926,666  66 
93.926,666  66 
93,926,666  66 

1909 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

191.5 

1916 

1917 

1919 

2-6 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Table  IX. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Debt  of  Canada,  etc. — Concluded. 


Year. 


At  5  per  cent 

interest, 

3|  per  cent 

after  1908. 


At  6  per  cent 

interest, 
4h  per  cent 
alter  1915. 


Total. 


Interest. 


Average 
interest. 


1867 

1868 

1869.. 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

"1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889     

1890 • 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

T896 

1897 

1898 

1809 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904  

1905 

1906 

1907  (9  months) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

li'll 

1912 

1913 

1914 

inio 


IHlG. 
1917 
1918 
1919. 


S  cts. 

31,822,282  55 

31,822,282  55 

34,257,615  89 

34,257,615  89 

34,257,615  89 

34,086,795  89 

33,985,082  58 

33,830,322  56 

33,830,322  56 

33,829,349  23 

33,828,375  90 

33,828,375  90 

33,828,375  90 

33,926,195  88 

33,926,195  88 

33,807,935  88 

33,806,962  55 

.33,806,962  55 

2,433,333  34 

2,4.33,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433  333  34 

2,4a'?,333  34 

2,433,3.33  34 

2,43.3,3X3  34 

2,4&3,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,4.33,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433,-333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433,333  34 

2,433,333  34 


52,982,913  33 
50.605,181  47 
50,019,4.57  02 
44,154,093  06 
26,710,111;  01 
26,710.116  01 
26,701,842  US 
26,701,842  ti8 
26.701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 


S 

34,565, 

34,291. 

34,289, 

.34,289, 

34,253, 

35,099, 

34,852, 

35,907, 

30,604. 

30,610, 

28,789, 

27,556, 

20,019, 

14,038, 

12,614 

9,254. 

7,320, 

5,956 

5,948. 

4,623. 

4,0.52 

2,603, 

1,149. 

526, 

526. 

453, 

453, 


cts. 

500  03 
993  38 
560  05 
560  05 
546  72 
860  04 
633  36 
726  59 
033  29 
846  62 
253  29 
039  96 
033  29 
,386  66 
,886  66 
939  99 
440  00 
800  00 
526  66 
820  01 
473  35 
180  02 
506  69 
573  34 
573  .34 
573  34 
573  34 


24,3.33.3.^3  33 
24.313,333  33 
24.333,333  33 
24,3.33,333  33 


67,069, 
66,795. 
75,847, 
75,847. 
75,811. 
76,486. 
76,137. 
85,798, 
99,96i: 
112,133. 
122,477, 
121,244, 
128,307: 
137,024, 
135,601. 
132,122, 
130,187 
153,157, 
168,691, 
172,247. 
171,675 
176,601. 
188,239, 
189,563, 
195,826, 
198,804. 
203,075. 
209,708, 
218,225. 
218,235. 
218,225. 
227,958. 
227,958. 
227,958, 
227,958. 
227,958, 
227,958, 
209,479, 
209,520. 
2(M,7:^8, 
207,627, 
221,809, 
277,slO 
257,451, 
271.050. 
282,024, 
258,679. 
302  .'*42. 
338,369, 
362,703, 
362,703, 
362.703, 
362,703, 


cts. 

115  92 
609  27 
175  94 
175  94 
162  61 
655  93 
715  94 
,049  15 
,022  52 
529  IS 
629  18 
,415  85 
,409  18 
582  53 
082  53 
,875  86 
402  54 
095  87 
0.30  51 
082  55 
,735  89 
775  89 
435  90 
169  21 
800  19 
342  12 
480  55 
837  95 
503  55 
503  55 
503  55 
836  88 
836  88 
836  88 
836  88 
836  88 
836  88 
618  SO 
233  38 
a=iO  72 
690  72 
567  45 
962  64 
059  20 
677  98 
279  47 
819  47 
485  08 
979  07 
312  40 
312  40 
312  40 
312  40 


5     cts. 

3,692,297  45 
3,675,887  05 
4,062.254  39 
4.062,254  .39 
4,060,093  ,59 
4,102,331  39 
4,082,412  15 
4,488,379  71 
4,948,824  77 
5,435,8.51  58 
5,81.3,173  97 
5,739,181  19 
5,870,960  78 
6,101,012  98 
6,015,602  99 
5,808,093  20 
5,691,974  52 
6,461,822  79 
6,732,848  86 
6,885,026  35 
6.850,745  57 
6,955,047  97 
7,260,567  58 
7,301,058  23 
7,547,367  16 
7,556,636  75 
7,699,370  91 
7,894,497  77 
8,126,664  40 
8,12.5,664  40 
8,125,664  40 
8,368,997  73 
8,368,997  73 
8,368,997  73 
8,368,997  72 
8,368,997  72 
8,368,997  73 
7,612,531  45 
7,ilC,555  66 
7.508,8'.i5  25 
7,426,840  57 
7,911,.569  14 
9,891,308  85 
9,087,869  80 
9,460.917  .34 
9,788,190  09 
8.896,923  09 
10,723,069  76 
12,141,099  22 
13,239.099  22 
13,239,099  22 
13,2:19,099  22 
13,147.849  13 


per  cent. 

555 
■50 
35 
■35 
.35 
36 
36 
23 
■95 
•84 
•74 
■73 
■57 
•45 
•43 
■39 
•37 
•22 
99 
99 
99 
94 
•85 
•85 
•85 
•80 
•79 
•76 
■72 
■72 
■72 
■67 
67 
67 
67 
■67 
•67 
•63 
•63 
•66 
■57 
56 
•56 
•53 
49 
•47 
43 
•54 
•59 
65 
•65 
05 
62 


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83 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

Table  X. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Liabilities  and  Assets  of  Canada, 
from  July  1,  1867,  to  March  31,  1919,  according  to  the  rate  of  interest 
they  bear. 


LIABILITIES. 


Year. 


1867  . 

1868.. 

1869.. 

1870.. 

1871.. 

1872.. 

1873  . 

18/4.. 

1875  . 

1876.. 

1877.. 

1878.. 

1879.. 

1880  . 

1881., 

1882. . 

1883 

1884.. 

1885.. 

1886  . 

1887.. 

1888  . 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1891.. 

1892  . 

1893.. 

1894, 

1895.. 

1896,. 

1897 , , 

1898,, 

1899  , 

1900,, 

1901,. 

1902  . 

1903 

1904.. 

1905  . 

1906.. 

v.m    1 

(i'mof*.  J 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

191.5 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 


Without 
intrre-'it. 


S   cts. 

631  46 

516  08 
758  75 
250  24 
448  81 
013  74 
529  23 
384  38 
678  00 
916  .35 
254  14 
318  79 
335  83 
2.54  58 
266  58 
352  45 
176  05 
674  13 
486  64 
563  86 
025  14 
248  57 
590  82 
489  19 
896  91 
323  23 
137  44 
413  23 
348  06 
308  81 
647  91 
520  11 
922  42 
574  75 
432  54 
S98  03 
071  49 
921  56 
SIS  06 
730  51 


5,.540. 

7,357, 
16,126, 
15,9VI2, 
1.5,309, 
20,798, 
24,148. 
23.852, 
22,435. 
23.109. 
22,211. 
22,144. 
22,867. 
25,955, 
26,904. 
27,969, 
28,138, 
16,.580, 
16,888. 
17,538. 
16,137, 
17,164 
16,  .358, 
16,590, 
17,546. 
18,220. 
19,310, 
2",737, 
20,512, 
21,131, 
23,082, 
22,921, 
25,39;, 
27,121, 
32,087, 
40,6.30, 
42,452, 
50,102, 
61,966, 
71,503, 

69,058,244  08 


74,217, 
88.096, 
96,659, 
102..539, 
119,649, 
118,465 
12.",498 
i;6.4i'.5, 
186,771, 
205,><46, 
275,207, 
313,404, 


122  45 
!t32  67 
29S  30 
036  53 
199  64 
625  73 
793  07 
111  49 
807  46 
162  79 
672  42 
3.58  4M 


At  varyi 
rates. 


ng 


S       cts. 

1,475,965  20 

1,372,873  87 

49,080  91 

215,570  75 


1,460,000  00 
2,006, 471  47 


3,893,875  87 

4,446,574  93 

133,767  39 


2,323,399  04 


2,930,000  00 
3,127,473  22 

1,657,6.59  61 

9,299,999  99 
13,606,333  32 
17,033,333  33 


8,273.333  32 
14,599,999  99 


20,234,899  42 
227,.307,298  08 


.-Vt  2^  per  c( 
interest. 


4,866, 
9,733, 
9,7.33, 
9,733, 
9,733, 
9,733, 
9,733 
9,7.33, 
9,733, 
9,733, 


666  66 
.333  33 
3:53  33 
,333  33 
333  33 
333  33 
.333  33 
.333  33 
333  33 
333  33 


9,733,33;?  33 


9,733, 
9,733, 

7.748, 
»,888. 
4,8.88, 
4,.H.88, 
4,888, 
4,888, 
4,8>8, 
4,888, 
4,H«8. 
4,888, 


333  33 
333  33 
246  83 
1S5  64 
185  64 
185  64 
185  64 
185  64 
185  64 
185  64 
185  64 
,ia5  64 


At  3  per  cent 
interest. 


cts. 


At  34  per  cent 
interest. 


cts. 


.A.t  33  per  cent 

interest,  4i  per 

cent  after 

1915. 


6,37.5, 

19,466. 

19,466,1 

19,890 

31,599, 

35,353, 

41,907, 

52,477, 

54,419 

52,525, 

106,085, 

10(i,325, 

109,651, 

11,3,275, 

115,849, 

119.23.5, 

1211,410, 

123,078, 

125,983, 


333  33 

666  (!7 
666  67 
297  66 
199  14 
216  64 
887  4H 
715  10 
247  33 
498  98 
014  18 
222  48 
311  40 
927  25 
343  43 
036  01 
805  56 
947  33 
337  62 


128,649,874  82 

130,796. 
131,643, 
118,417, 
119,44.5, 
124.470, 
126,147, 
120,446, 
118, 2s2, 
117.440, 
120.802, 
100,511, 
99,885, 


887  93 
100  16 
093  86 
437  20 
.5!)1  70 
459  65 
446  81 
916  39 
283  23 
Oil  66 
699  14 
,772  28 


24,333, 
31,976. 
24,.333, 
2.5,574. 
24,333, 
24,3.33, 
65,345, 
63,785, 
66,050, 
69,032, 
69,954, 
71,938, 
74,900, 
79,674, 
27,897, 
31,725, 
27,755. 
27,632, 
28,085, 
28,035, 
32,907, 
34,880, 
43,268, 


333  33 
911  31 
3.33  33 
.333  .33 
333  33 
333  33 
798  37 
859  49 
115  09 
049  50 
096  20 
811  96 
235  63 
046  43 
548  01 
181  34 
098  01 
698  01 
398  01 
764  67 
864  67 
732  67 
499  34 


41,786,906  00 


56.262, 
80,582, 
110,771 
153,534 
177,80.3, 
177,763 
176,291 
237,737, 
188,27.5, 
188,238, 
188,211 
188,1  S3 


206  00 
739  33 

,936  09 
2.36  61 
381  94 

,271  94 
507  27 
691  49 
785  63 
l:'.5  63 

,235  63 
135  63 


cts. 


2,500,000  TO 

2,  .500. 000  00 
2,500,000  00 
2,.5Wl.n00  00 
2..500,0(,i0  00 
2,500,000  00 


119,540,684  50 
119,540.684  50 
119,540,684  50 
119,540.684  50 


•2— 6.>r 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

T..BLE  X. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Liabilities  and  Assets  of  Canada. — 

Continued. 


LIABILITIES. 


Year. 


1807. . . 

1868 

1869 

1870 

18n. 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880. 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1384 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888. 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

18«8 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

i905 

1906 

1907  (9  mo9 

1908 

1909 

lillO 

1911 

1912 

1913. 

1914 

1915 

1916.  .  .. 

1917 

1918. 

1919 


.■\t  4  pet  cent 
interest. 


$ 

1,326, 

1,482, 

8,462, 

10,988, 

10,784 

11,535, 

12,182, 

22,000, 

41,407, 

53,484, 

66,048,: 

67,007 

82,308, 

98,729, 

105,896, 

114,395, 

119,440, 

136,095, 

182.816, 

199,315, 

L'00,240, 

206,885, 

199,916, 

156,809, 

160,91" 

150,03: 

149,583, 

149,526 

147,038, 

146,994, 

144,208, 

143,709, 

143,731 

143,794 

143,767 

143,800. 

143.770, 

124,701, 

123.962, 

118,015, 

10S,2,S9, 

106,463, 

82,814, 

49,916, 

24,890. 

18,10.'), 

12,421, 

6;f.376, 

99,789, 

100,.H59, 

102,001 

102,974, 

103,944, 


At  5  pe 
interest. 


cent 


020 
309 
349 
455 
737 
686 
426 
630 
278 
907 
861 
001 
380 
249 
671 
461 
449 
224 
345 
109 
843 
433 
662 
439 
136 
659 
741 
257 
124 
106 
595 
497 
700 
596 
498 
655 
888 
710 
398 
198 
490 
809 
596 
903 
09 
714 
941 
328 
349 
369 
709 
724 
650 


39,105,464 
38,842,604 
41,450,757 
41,715,796 
42,421,848 
42,982,700 
45,507,104 
47,581,309 
46,506,339 
46,281,617 
46,085,697 
46,180,932 
46,646,224 
52,110,026 
51,071,759 
50,707,998 
44,328,819 
56,663,970 
25,088,176 
25,378,045 
25,200,173 
25,179,146 
24,825,223 
25,712,231 
25,588,639 
25,011,633 
24,926,312 
24,823,701 
24,712,924 
27,019,137 
26,914,412 
26.804,687 
27,021,916 
26,955,228 
26,976,.5S9 
26,98^955 
16,831,284 
19,805.002 
19,812,694 
16,895,034 
14,579,569 
15,142,472 
15,147,924 
15,564.797 
15,571,041 
15,164,1.52 
15,109,758 
15,172,(i98 
20,172,698 
90,  .5.59, 2.50 
511,905,776 
407,246,82:! 
386.703.246 


Atpjper 
interest 


cent 


100,000,000  00 
615..571),663  05 
1,203,724,751  58 


At  6  per  cent 
interest. 


§        cts. 

42,724,770  65 

44.468.162  66 
46,273,051  76 
47,081,627  43 
46,976,648 
47,083,778  88 
46,445,371  09 
47,729,227  59 
39,307,633  37 
38,328,246  71 
36.436  146  70 
35,178,440  79 

27.528.163  40 
17,839,910  13 
15,988,839  13 
12,292,439  58 
10,251,658  39 

8,809,213  83 
7,933,688  20 
6,599,288  73 
6,035,251  13 
4,576,346  81 
2,821,586  15 
2,187,669  22 
2,170,399  31 
2,090,943  91 
1,858,066  71 
1,398,667  91 
1,368,831  07 
1,253,501  16 
1,258,262  74 
1,224,384  27 
1,2;>0,625  92 
1,195,836  89 
1,258,953  82 
1,272,892  68 
1,285,720  05 
1,300,874 
1,323,655  29 
1,349,073  71 
1,367,748  37 
1,397,326  72 
1.427,554  71 
1.446,256  14 
1,5.53,,383  IS 
1,603,272  16 
1.666,  M5  84 
1,733,959  60 
1,836,018  14 
1,950,593  02 
2,078,759  IS 
2.238,468  31 
2,351.798  00 


At  7  per  cent 
interest. 


2,873,200  00 
3,373,200  00 


.At  4^  per  cent 
interest, 
3J  per  cent 
after  1908. 
2,394,000  00 
2,394,f00  00 
2,394,000  00 
52,982,913  33 
.50,60.5,181  4 
.50,019,457  02 
44,154,093  06 
26,710,  i  16  01 
26,710,116  01 
26,701,842  68 
26.701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 
26,701,842  68 


Total. 


93,046, 
96,896, 
112,361, 
115,993, 
115,492, 
122,400, 
129,743, 
141,163, 
151,663, 
161.204. 
174,675, 
174,957 
179,483, 
194,634, 
199,861. 
205,365. 
202,159, 
242,482, 
264,703, 
273,164, 
273,187, 
284,513, 
287,722, 
286,112, 
289,899, 
295,333, 
300,054, 
,308,348, 
318,048, 
325.717. 
332,530, 
338,375, 
345,160, 
346,206, 
354,7.32, 
366,358, 
361,344, 
364,962, 
377,678, 
392,269, 
379,966, 
408,207, 
478,535, 
470,663, 
474,941, 
508.338, 
483,232, 
544,.S91, 
700,473, 
9:i6,98:, 
l,,S82,0'i3, 
1,863,335, 
2,676,635, 


ct.s. 

051  73 
666  20 
998  39 
06  76 
682  76 
179  36 
432  19 
551  32 
401  63 
687  86 
834  97 
268  96 
871  21 
440  68 
537  51 
251  97 
104  30 
416  21 
607  ■<3 
311  11 
626  43 
841  89 
062  76 
295  10 
229  69 
274  10 
524  74 
023  96 
764  87 
536  73 
131  33 
984  23 
902  54 
97i.  92 
432  52 
476  59 
098  37 
512  17 
579  80 
680  39 
826  02 
158  25 
,427  02 
045  99 
,487  49 
,591  77 
,55.'>  24 
.368  86 
,814  37 

^O  JO 

26""  69 
898  89 
724  77 


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T.\BLE  X. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Liabilities  and  Assets  of  Canada. — 

Continued. 


LIABILITIES. 


ASSETS. 


Year. 

Total  . 
interest. 

Average 
rate  of 
interest. 

Without 
interest. 

At  Varying 
rates. 

At  2^  per  cent 
interest. 

1867 

1868 

$  cts. 

4,851,710  70 
4,974,279  93 
5,188,641  90 
5,355,614  96 
5,371,082  30 
5,435,599  19 
5,549,374  57 
6,122,844  30 
6,340,056  39 
6,753,171  89 
7,132,408  11 
7,100,033  17 
7,281,018  07 
7,625,065  90 
7,748,785  21 
7,848,764  76 
7,609,158  49 
9,657,227  00 
10,162,275  80 
10,489,130  64 
10,526,859  14 
10,851,882  13 

10.842.889  48 
10,560,352  24 
10,675,555  38 
10,683,742  63 
10,817,967  50 
11,001,880  41 
11,291,490  91 
11,560,016  73 
11,675,583  4G 
11,564,375  22 
11,707,667  96 
11,675,576  57 
11,783,822  69 
11,879,500  12 
11,471,179  13 
11,21.3,803  67 
11,250,777  37 

11.386.164  97 

10.906.890  92 

11.435.329  42 
13,247,181  43 

12.470.165  91 
12,914,045  80 

13.242.330  68 
12,485,312  64 
14,687,797  46 
18,403,200  45 
30,295,088  44 
52,015,.332  37 
75,.=iWt.8(13  45 

117.2911.11!)  i'7 

5-21 
513 
4-62 
4-61 
4  65 
4  44 
4  33 
4-28 
418 
418 
408 
405 
400 
3  91 
3  87 
3  82 
3  76 
3-98 
3  84 
3-84 
3-85 
3  81 
3-79 
3-69 
3-68 
3-62 
3-60 
3.57 
3  55 
3  54 
3  51 
3-41 
3  39 
3  37 
3-32 
3  24 
317 
308 
2  98 
2  90 
2-87 
2-80 
2  76 
2-65 
2-62 
2-60 
2-58 
2-70 
2-5X 
3.23 
3.76 
4.00 
4.38 

$        cts. 

1,463,690  84 

4,209.856  29 

15,812,184  66 

15,675,193  64 

14,366,317  84 

18,107,041  19 

20,513,788  37 

21,408,907  41 

22,107,852  14 

21,167,884  23 

22,256,314  13 

22,316,036  10 

23,334,300  66 

24,778,812  88 

26,627,752  69 

26,829,052  85 

21,524,762  67 

9,723,888  91 

10,203,605  48 

14,748,7.58  45 

10,283,517  25 

10,921,419  03 

9,945,182  80 

8,576,100  98 

9,615,076  45 

10,202,283  25 

11,700,649  44 

13,858,251  39 

14,734,803  47 

13,729,712  84 

15,118,098  48 

16,059,770  38 

17,725,920  85 

20,140,583  77 

22,602,735  50 

27,546,390  07 

35,.500,3S2  24 

42,.39l',418  52 

48,877,013  45 

61,257,031  84 

53,.581,605  90 

62,386,728  79 

70,625,,532  45 

89,567,739  86 

90,0()6,199  50 

107,033,127  78 

106,835,624  20 

113,144,174  95 

ll•J.S(i'.l,.^sl  4(1 

14.3,618,9,-)3  99 

162.576,448  89 

372,723,324  83 

337,634.786  99 

$   cts. 

3,174,660  16 

.3,162,825  75 

1,460,116  25 

353,960  99 

677,754  14 

341,756  57 

301,756  57 

301,756  57 

787,703  70 

1,615,987  86 

5,297,169  70 

484,863  05 

601,491  21 

999,852  32 

177,378  98 

173,458  80 

173,262  70 

461,516  89 

344,185  96 

2,163,215  04 

S    cts. 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876  

1877 

1878  

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 



1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

4,900,000  00 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893  .      .... 

1894  

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1,669,324  09 

1899 

1900 

3,4^1,381  04 
4,484,448  45 

1901 

4,683,407  51 

1902 

5,102,254  55 

1903 

5,211,889  05 

1904 

5,211,889  31 

1905 

5,237.585  65 

1906 ... 

1907(9  moa.) 

1908 

1909 

1910 , 

1911 

940,60006' 

19.696,776  85 

336,240  51 

2,491,093  35 

15,469,839  16 

1,899,466  92 

13,241,778  55 

4,::'74,6a6  83 

4,3.710,945  33 

169,558,345  82 

119,958.076  11 

119.793  33 

5,237,585  64 
6,237,585  65 
5,357,139  29 
4.891,803  02 
3,,372,05l  78 
511.991  61 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 .. 

1917 

1918  

511,991  61 
511,991  61 
611,991  61 
511,991  61 
511,991  61 
.535,291  46 
647,468  12 

1919 

651. .361  44 

86 


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Table  X. — Comparative  Statement  of  Liabilities  and  Assets  of  Canada,  etc. — 

Continued. 

ASSETS. 

Year. 

At  3  per  cent 
interest. 

At  3^  per  cent 
interest. 

At  4  per  cent 
interest. 

At  44  per  cent 

interest, 
3J  per  cent 
after  190;i. 

At  5  per  cent, 
interest. 

At  5^  per  cent 
interest. 

1867.. 

S        cts. 

S        cts 

S        cts. 

S        cts. 

S        cts 

12,244,725  90 

13,334,215  96 

14,019,390  12 

14,358,230  70 

15,362,739  09 

15,011,582  22 

7,686,488  47 

9,7.35,918  01 

9,087,249  55 

7,674,341  29 

6,467,177  88 

6,674,614  98 

7,309,-328  67 

.8,176,112  25 

8,041,276  38 

8.686.123  44 
10,487,.533  05 
25,750,419  36 
36,468,643  70 
10,111,302  50 
10,1.30,043  15 

9,412,791  .32 

9,821,983  12 

11,226,550  48 

11,724,737  80 

11,27I,.356  30 

11,765,319  27 

11,703,919  20 

11,709,565  07 

11,030,728  51 

11,024,731  86 

11,021,899  15 

11,090,471  63 

11,141,986  91 

11,172,552  16 

11,112,042  99 

4,542,887  97 

4,.565,;?87  66 

4,031,992  44 

4,028,650  2^ 

4,036,788  59 

4,048,680  90 

3,545,500  .39 

3.139.124  11 
3,12s, -263  95 
2,998,804  73 
3,009.044  46 
2,871, li;9  71 

.33,925,378  16 
29,433.747  19 
50.369,706  73 
11,032,702  as 
17,707,702  .33 

$      cts. 

1868.. 
1869 

"2,000^606  00 

4,883^089  49 
5,055,492  89 
3,584,778  18 

2,768,234'76 
2,076,176  03 
1,384,117  36 
1,642,058  69 

1870.. 
1871.. 

1872.. 

1873. . 

1874.. 

■  •■- 

1875. . 

2,280,213  29 
4,802,9.55  47 
5,993,492  64 
3,659,686  66 
4,082,972  82 
6,025,457  45 
6,105,150  79 
11,26,5,294  49 
10,  .583, 133  14 
19,617.019  .37 
19,493,197  79 
20,  .549, 916  68 
22,234,816  47 
21,141,398  83 
21,808,474  06 
22,514,851  09 
23,067.691  07 
23,102,731  08 
23,186,533  50 
22,933,006  57 
23,629,3  15  93 
24,6.33,665  77 
25,522,878  94 
25,910,766  47 
26,160,3,37  45 
23,098,356  16 
24,42.3,049  .35 
2.5,5.52,()31  41 
27,012,830  49 
23,462,384  27 
23,848,696  10 
23,961,587  96 
21,632,234  97 
23,698,349  93 
19,122,888  68 
16,405.467  85 
15,862.076  73 
1.5,174,(>80  67 
14,605,753  24 
22.799,438  55 
2't,978,530  87 
31,306,794  71 
30,806,386  99 
.35,289,205  91 
.35,631,071  94 

1876  . 

1877.. 

1878  . 

'"1,00b; 666  06 
2,100,000  00 

3,853,066  67 

""4,b87!693'2S 

1,122,015  40 

1,888,356  53 

2,713,862  18 

2,923,825  72 

2,959,469  42 

2,860,377  73 

2,916,7.38  15 

2.978,089  89 

2,987,221  98 

2,985,717  13 

2,985,71"  13 

4,219,783  80 

4,459,921  03 

4,374,881  03 

4,374,881  03 

3,337,126  00 

5,508,978  15 

5,595,.586  40 

5,925,059  73 

5,721,883  67 

6,083,341  12 

5,931,613  87 

6,014,347  20 

6,365,662  33 

7,057,656  43 

6,139,951  25 

6,611,547  31 

11,960,418  36 

15,382,229  18 

19,855,260  82 

26,132,047  70 

28,732,148  75 

29,908,082  01 

26,159,29S  81 

95,778,966  77 

1879.. 
1880.. 

1881.. 

390,000  00 
15,000  00 
15,000  00 

1882  . 

1883.. 
1884.. 

140,000  00 

188.5 

1S8G. . 

1887.. 

1888  . 

434,717  42 
5.  .564, 375  59 
3,356,644  12 
4,743,422  29 
6,624,845  79 
8,711,227  59 
10,662,540  19 
11,892,876  18 
13,,584,653  04 
14,844,344  56 
15,361,384  20 
16,068,811  90 
18,489,111  74 
17,840,146  16 
19,620,481  55 
21,544.060  02 
22,740,830  14 
23,375,784  44 
24,810,.S33  03 
25,792,403  82 
27,449,737  17 
28,479,737  15 
14,883,455  29 
16,003,103  06 
15,045,018  87 
26,461,660  07 
35,745,544  65 
42,618.1)71  211 
42,683,943  2S 
4.5,963,407  4S 
43,65l.,72^  15 
44,006.536  54 

1889.. 
1890. 

1891.. 

1892  . 

1893. . 

1894.. 
1895. 
1896.. 
1897.. 

:£:!::[ 

1898  . 
1899. . 

1900.. 
1901.. 

1902. 
1903.. 

1904.. 

1905.. 

1906.. 

*1907. 

1908.. 

1909.. 

1910.. 

1911.. 

1912. 

1913.. 

19U., 

1915.. 

1916.. 

1917.. 

1918.. 

1919  . 

'  i,185',252'88' 
550,469  01 
225,1.59  88 
225,159  88 
225,159  88 
22,5,159  88 
22.5,159  as 
644,666  55 
955,987  22 
1,617,221  23 
1,706,475  88 

443.V95,1m9  67" 

•(9  (no3.) 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


S7 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

Table  X 


Comparative  Statement  of  the   Liabilities  and  Assets  of  Canada 
etc. — Continued. 


ASSETS. 


Year 


1867.. 
1868.. 
1869.. 
1870.. 
1871.. 
1872.. 
1873.. 
1874.. 
187Q.. 
1876.. 
1877.. 
1878.. 
1879.. 
1880.. 
1881.. 
1882.. 
1883.. 
1884.. 
188.5.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 
1888.. 
1889.. 
1890.. 
1891.. 
1892.. 
1893.. 
1894.. 
1895.. 
189G.. 
1897.. 
1898.. 
1899.. 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
19C5.. 
1906.. 
1907* 
19fl8.. 
19U9.. 
1910.. 
1911.. 
1912.. 
1913.. 
1914.. 
1915.. 
1916.. 
1917.. 
1918.. 
1919.. 


At  6  per  cent 
interest. 


10,fi64,3:«  30 

.58,669,270  20 
ns,79.5.040  77 

*(9mos.) 


At  G  per  cent 

interest, 
4i  per  cent 
after  1914. 


434, 
432, 

442, 

437. 

939, 

1,52.5, 

1,392, 

1,392, 

1,392, 

1,394, 

1,426, 

1,359 

1,165, 

1,202, 

1,024, 

881, 

768, 

680, 

664. 

543, 

511 

248, 

92 

44, 

22, 

22, 

22, 

21 

21 

21 

21, 

21, 

21 

21 

21 


$     cts. 

333  46 
633  46 
853  46 
313  46 
743  79 

,890  47 
937  14 
094  92 

,004  92 
002  93 
371  59 

,998  26 
590  49 

,617  17 

,198  27 
604  94 
698  28 
628  14 
266  96 

,684  82 
476  32 
331  41 

,536  12 
558  93 
533  35 
533  35 
533  35 
560  00 
560  00 
560  00 
560  00 
560  00 

,560  00 
580  00 
560  00 


262,313  33 
1,188,439  99 
1,478,979  99 
1,69.5,546  67 
1,777.306  67 


At  6^  per  cent 
interest. 


4  500,000  00 


Total  Assets 


cts. 


17,317, 

21,139, 

36,502, 

37,783, 

37,786, 

40,216, 

29,894, 

32,838, 

35,655, 

36,653, 

41,440, 

34,495, 

36,493, 

42,182, 

44,465, 

51,703, 

43,692, 

60,320, 

68,295, 

50,005, 

45,873, 

49,982, 

50,192, 

48,579, 

52,090, 

54,202, 

58,373, 

62,164, 

64,973, 

67,220 

70,991 

74,419, 

78,886, 

80,713, 

86,252, 

94,.529, 

99,737, 

104.094, 

111,454, 

125,226, 

116,294, 

130,246. 

154,605. 

134,3.J4. 

134,899, 

168,419. 

168,930, 

208,."<94 

251,097 

321,831 

502,816 

671,4.51 

1,102,104 


410 
531 
679 
964 
165 
107 
970 
586 
023 
173 
525 
199 
683 
852 
757 
601 
389 
565 
915 

2;« 

715 
483 
021 
083 
199 
162 
485 
994 
827 
103 
534 
585 
363 
173 
,428 

,:«6 

,109 
.793 
,413 
,702 
,966 
,298 
,147 
,499 
,435 
,13 
,929 
,518 
,731 
631 
,969 
,836 
1,692 


Total 
interest. 


S      cts. 

783,187  38 

806,968  26 

929,268  20 

1,001,452  06 

1,068,269  50 

1,033,282  50 

467,900  6."' 

570,.316  19 

629,091  29 

673,955  49 

648,680  89 

566,718  20 

616,765  49 

756,980  93 

798.243  11 

1,078,325  32 

1,005,771  77 

2,272,240  77 

2,694.333  14 

1,501,927  85 

1.521,568  5 

1,507,820  83 

1,649,894  04 

1.655.407  64 
1,753,333  02 
1,792.007  65 
1,882,968  88 
1,928,186  11 
1,993,230  45 

2.093.408  67 
2,174,872  90 
2.244,514  61 
2,323,525  17 
2,26.5,911  15 
2,381,946  96 
2,489,723  72 
2,291,673  73 
2,179,.532  78 
2,198,208  19 
2,061,462  37 
2,182,342  71 
2,330,.586  80 
2,20.5,342  69 
1,579,520  75 
l,523,(i36  79 
1.648,140  45 

2.088.078  45 

2.844.079  78 
5,121,621  34 
7,286,104  53 

15,409,989  11 
13,859,762  60 
38,977,295  48 


a  =  t 

sis 


4-35 

3  77 

2  53 

2  65 

2-88 

2-57 

■56 

74 

■76 

83 

55 

163 

169 


79 

79 

08 

29 

76 

94 

00 

31 

02 

3  28 

3  41 

3  36 

3  30 

3  23 

3  10 

3  07 

311 

306 

3  00 

294 

2  80 

2  75 

2  63 

230 

209 


197 
1  64 
1-8 
1-78 
1  42 
1  17 
1  13 

0  9: 

123 

1  36 

2  39 

2  26 

3  06 
20K 
3  54 


Total  Debt. 


93,046, 
96,896, 
112,361, 
115,993. 
115,492, 
122,400, 
129,743, 
141,163, 
151,663. 
161.204, 
174,675, 
174,957, 
179,483, 
194,634, 
199,861, 
105,.'!65, 
202,159, 
242,482, 
264,703, 
273.164 
273,187, 
284,513, 
287,722, 
286,112, 
2S9,899, 
295,333, 
300,0.54, 
308,348, 
318,048, 
325,717, 
332,530, 
338,375, 
345,160, 
346,206, 
3.54,732. 
366,358. 
361,344. 
364,962. 
377,678, 
392,269, 
379,966, 
408,207, 
478..535, 
470,663, 
474,941, 
508,338, 
48:3,232. 
.544,.?91, 
700,473, 
936,98 
1,382,003, 
1,863,335, 
2,676,63.5 


cts 

091  73 
666  20 
998  39 
706  76 
682  76 
179  36 
432  19 
551  33 
401  62 
687  86 
834  97 
268  96 
871  21 
440  68 
537  51 
251  97 
104  30 
416  21 
607  43 
341  11 
626  43 
841  89 
062  76 
295  10 
229  62 
274  10 
524  74 
023  96 
754  87 
536  73 
131  33 
984  23 
902  54 
979  92 
432  52 
476  59 
098  37 
512  17 
579  80 
680  39 
826  09 
158  25 
427  02 
,045  99 
487  42 
591  77 
.555  24 
368  86 
814  37 
,802  42 
267  69 
898  89 
724  77 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Table  X. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Liabilities  and  Assets  of  Canada, 

etc. — Continued. 


Year. 


1867 

186S 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1S77 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

188S 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 . . 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907(9  mos), 

19fi8 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

191(1 

1917 

1918   

1910 


Total  Assets. 


S        cts. 

17,317,410  36 

21,139,531  46 

36,502,679  19 

37,783,964  31 

37,786,166  11 

40,213,107  32 

29,894,970  55 

32,838,586  91 

35,655,023  60 

38,653,173  78 

41,440,525  94 

34,595,199  05 

36,493,683  85 

42,182,852  07 

44,465,757  11 

51,708,601  14 

51,703,601  19 

60,320,565  95 

68,295,915  29 

50,005,234  02 

45,873,713  37 

49,982,483  73 

50,192,021  11 

48,!)79,083  33 

52,090,199  11 

54,201,839  66 

58,373,485  13 

62,164,994  48 

64,973,827  7S 

67,220,103  96 

70,991,534  87 

74,419,585  32 

78,886,363  90 

80,713,173  03 

86,252,428  83 

94,529,.'?86  97 

99,737,109  .50 

104,094,793  .57 

111,  454,413  20 

125,226,702  64 

116.294,966  13 

130,246,298  41 

154,605,147  85 

134,394,499  66 

134,899,435  yj 

168,419,131  cm 

168,930,929  ,56 

208,394,518  72 

251,097,731  16 

321, 8:51, (i31  40 

,50:i,816,!  69  ,su 

671,451,836  39 

1,102,104,692  33 


Xet  Debt. 


s 


75,728, 
75,757, 
75,859, 
78,209, 
77,706, 
82,187, 
99,848, 
108,324, 
116,  IK  IS, 
124,551, 
133,235, 
140,362, 
142,990, 
152,451, 
155,395, 
153,661, 
158,466, 
182,161, 
196,407, 
223,159, 
227,313, 
234,531, 
237,530, 
237,533, 
237,809, 
241,131, 
241,681, 
246,183, 
253,074, 
258,497, 
261,538, 
263,956, 
266.274, 
265,493, 
268,840. 
271,829, 
261,606, 
260,807, 
266,224. 
267,042, 
26.3,671, 
277,9tM), 
323,930, 
336,268, 
340,042, 
339,919, 
314,301, 
335,996, 
449,376 
61.5.156 
879,186, 
1,191,884 
1,574,531 


cts. 

641  37 
134  74 
319  20 
742  45 
517  65 
072  04 
461  64 
964  42 
378  02 
514  08 
309  03 
069  91 
187  36 
588  61 
780  40 
650  78 
714  46 
850  26 
692  14 
107  09 
911  06 
,358  16 
041  65 
,211  77 
,030  51 
434  44 
039  61 
,029  48 
,927  09 
,432  77 
,596  46 
,398  91 
,.538  64 
,806  89 
,(H)3  69 
,089  62 
,988  87 
,718  60 
,166  60 
,977  75 
,859  96 
,8.59  84 
,279  17 
,546  33 
,052  03 
,460  71 
,625  68 
,850  14 
,083  21 
.171  02 
,297  80 
,062  50 
,032  44 


Interest  (calculated  on  balance  at 
the  end  of  the  year). 


On  Liabilities. 


On  Assets. 


S 

4,851, 

4,974, 

5,188, 

5,355, 

5,371. 

5,435: 

5,549, 

5,122, 

6,340, 

6,753, 

7,132, 

7,100, 

7,281, 

7,625, 

7,748, 

7,848, 

7,609, 

9,657, 

10,162, 

10,489, 

10,526, 

10,849, 

10,842, 

10,560, 

10,675, 

10,683, 

10,817, 

11,001, 

11,291, 

11,560, 

11,675, 

11,564, 

11,707 

11,675 

11,783, 

11,879, 

11,471, 

11,243. 

11,250, 

11,3,86, 

10,906 

11,435, 

13,247 

12,470, 

12,914, 

13,242, 

12,485, 

14,6S7 

18,103, 

30,295 

52,015, 

75,,589, 

117,290 


cts. 

710  70 
279  93 
641  90 
614  96 
082  .30 
599  19 

374  57 
844  30 
056  39 
171  89 
408  11 
033  17 
018  07 
065  90 
785  21 
764  76 
158  49 
227  00 
275  80 
130  64 
859  14 
424  13 

889  48 
352  24 
555  38 
742  63 
967  50 
880  41 
490  91 
016  73 
583  46 

375  22 
,667  96 
,576  57 

822  69 

500  12 

179  13 

803  67 

777  37 

,164  97 

890  92 
,329  42 

181  43 
i,165  91 
045  80 
330  6>< 
,312  64 
,797  46 
,200  45 
i,OSS  44 
1.332  37 
1,863  45 
1,119  97 


$        cts. 

753,187  48 

806.968  26 

929,268  20 

1,001,452  06 

1,068,269  50 

1,0,33,282  50 

467,900  85 

570,316  19 

629,091  29 

673,955  49 

648,680  89 

566,718  20 

616,765  49 

756,980  93 

798,243  11 

1,078,325  32 

1,005,771  77 

2,272,240  77 

2,694,333  14 

1,501,927  85 

1,521,568  57 

1,507,820  83 

1,649,894  04 

1.655.407  63 
1,753,333  02 
1,792,007  65 
1,882,968  88 
1,928, 18(>  11 
1,993,230  45 

2.093.408  67 
2,174,872  90 
2,244,514  61 
2,323,525  17 
2,265,911  15 
2,3.^1,946  96 
2,489,723  72 
2,2ill,673  73 
2,179,532  78 
2,198,208  19 
2,0(il,462  37 
2,182,342  71 
2, 330,  .586  80 
2,205,342  69 
1,579,520  75 
1,523,636  79 
1,648,140  45 
2,IISS,078  45 
2,844,079  78 
5,121,621  34 
7,2.86.104  53 

15,409,989  11 
13,859,762  60 
;i8,977,295  48 


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Table  X. — Comparative   Statement  of  the  Liabilities  and  Assets  of  Canada, 

etc. — Concluded. 


Year. 


1867 

1868 

1869  

1870 

isn 

1872  

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876  

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886  

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

189.S  

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898   .  ... 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1005 

1906 

1907  (9  mo8.) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912  .  .  .. 

1913  

1914 

1915  

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 


Interest (calculated 
on  balance  at  the 
close  of  the  year. 


Xet  interest. 


4,098, 

4,16 

4,259, 

4.354. 

4,302, 

4,402, 

5,081 

5,552, 

5,710, 

6,079, 

6,483, 

6,53.3, 

6,664, 

6,8(i8, 

6,950, 

6,770, 

6,603, 

7,384, 

7,467, 

8,987, 

9,005, 

9,341. 

9,192, 

8,904, 

8,922, 

8,891, 

8,934, 

9,073, 

9,29  s 

9,466, 

9,500, 

9,319, 

9,384. 

9,409, 

9,401, 

9,389, 

9,179 

9,064, 

9.052, 

9,324, 

8,724, 

9,104. 

11,041, 

10,8^)0, 

11,390, 

11,594, 

10,  .397 

11,843, 

12,981, 

2.3,008, 

36,605, 

61,730, 

78,312. 


cts, 

,523  22 
,311  67 
,373  70 
,162  90 
,812  80 
,.316  69 
,473  92 
,528  11 
,965  10 
,216  40 
,727  22 
,314  97 
,252  58 
,084  97 
,542  10 
,439  44 
,.386  72 
,986  23 
942  66 
202  79 
290  57 
603  30 
995  44 
.944  61 
222  36 
•34  98 
998  62 
694  30 
260  46 
,607  06 
710  56 
,860  61 
.142  79 
,665  42 
,875  73 
■6  40 
,505  40 
270  89 
.569  18 
702  60 
,548  21 
742  62 
,838  74 
645  16 
,409  01 
190  23 
'b4  19 
,717  68 
,579  11 
9-3  91 
.343  26 
100  85 
824  49 


Average. 

5-41 

5 

50 

5 

Ki 

5 

66 

5 

54 

5 

38 

5 

09 

0 

12 

4 

92 

4 

88 

85 

65 

52 

.50 

47 

42 

16 

06 

3 

80 

4 

02 

3 

96 

3 

99 

3 

86 

3 

75 

3 

75 

3 

68 

3 

69 

3 

69 

3 

67 

3 

66 

3 

63 

3 

.52 

3 

52 

3 

54 

3 

50 

3 

45 

3 

51 

3 

47 

3 

40 

3 

49 

3 

30 

3 

27 

3 

40 

3 

23 

3 

35 

3 

n 

3 

30 

3 

52 

2 

89 

3 

74 

4 

16 

5 

18 

4 

97 

Interest  Paid. 


4,501, 

4,907, 

5,047, 

5,16.5, 

5,257, 

5,209, 

5,724, 

6,590, 

6,400, 

6,797, 

7,048, 

7,194, 

7,773, 

7,594, 

7,740, 

7,668, 

7,700, 

9,419, 

10,137. 

9,682, 

9,823. 

10,148 

9,656. 

9,584, 

9,763, 

9,806, 

10,212, 

10,466, 

10,502, 

10,645, 

10,516, 

10,855, 

10,699, 

10,807, 

10,975, 

11,068, 

11,128, 

10,630, 

10,814, 

6,712, 

10,973. 

11,604, 

13,098. 

12„535, 

12,259, 

12.605. 

12,893, 

15,736, 

21,421, 

35,802, 

47,845 

77,431, 


cts. 

568  33 
013  71 
054  24 
304  24 
230  64 
205  97 
436  31 
790  19 
,902  07 
,227  25 
,883  55 
,734  14 
,868  75 
,144  88 
,804  47 
,552  89 
,180  61 
,482  19 
,008  66 
928  87 
,313  00 
,931  97 
,841  16 
136  74 
.978  34 
,888  45 
,596  13 
294  44 
429  90 
,663  27 
757  90 
111  84 
,645  20 
954  65 
935  15 
,139  17 
,636  72 
,115  05 
,697  40 
771  14 
596  88 
584  23 
160  61 
8.50  81 
396  56 
,882  48 
,504  95 
742  94 
5S4  86 
5G6  68 
,584  51 
,432  10 


Less  Actual 

Interest 

on  investment. 


S 


cts. 


126,419  84 

313,021  20 

383.955  91 

554,383  72 

488,041  M 

396,403  94 

610,863  00 

840,886  65 

798,905  95 

717,684  31 

605,774  23 

592,500  04 

834,792  67 

751,513  49 

914,009  27 

1,001,192  96 

986,698  37 

1,997,035  51 

2,299,078  91 

990,886  69 

932,025  35 

1,305,392  25 

1,082,271  .36 

1,077,228  14 

1,086,419  93 

1,150,166  51 

1,217,808  97 

1,336,046  94 

1.370.000  56 
1,443,003  84 
1,513,454  58 
1,590.447  91 
1,683,050  51 
1,784,833  79 
1,892,224  09 
2,020,953  04 
2,236,255  93 
2,105,031  41 
2,140,312  06 
1,2:55,746  06 
1,925,5(;9  07 
2,256,643  13 
2,807,464  94 
1,668,773  16 
1,281,317  41 
1,430,511  28 
1,964,541  33 
2,980,246  87 
3,358,210  13 
3.094,012  33 
4,466,724  13 

7.421.001  58 


Net  interest. 


4,375, 
4,593, 
4,663: 
4,610 
4,769 
4,812 
5,113 
5,749, 
5,601, 
6,079. 
6,443. 
6,602 
6,939. 
6,842. 
6,826. 
6.667. 
6,713. 
7,422, 
7,837. 
8,692 
8,891. 
8,843. 
8,574, 
8,506, 
8,677, 
8,656. 
8,994, 
9,130. 
9,132 
9,202 
9,003. 
9,264. 
9.016 
9,023. 
9,083 
9,04' 
8,892 
8,525, 
8,674, 
5,477. 
9,048. 
9,347, 
10,290. 
10,867. 
10,978. 
11,17.5. 
10.928. 
12.756 
1.S063, 
32.708, 
43,378, 
70,010, 


cts. 

148  49 
992  51 
098  33 
,920  52 
189  10 
,802  03 
573  31 
903  54 
996  12 
542  94 
109  33 
234  10 

076  08 
631  39 
795  20 
359  93 
482  24 
446  68 
929  75 
042  18 
287  65 
539  72 
569  80 
908  60 
558  41 
722  30 
787  16 
247  50 

429  34 
659  43 
303  32 
601  93 
594  69 
120  86 

,711  06 
1S6  13 
380  79 
08£  64 
385  34 
025  08 
027  81 
941  10 
695  67 

077  65 
079  15 
371  20 
963  62 
496  07 
374  73 
554  35 
8fiO  38 

430  52 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Expenditure  on  Railways,  Canals,  other  Public  Works,  Dominion  Lands,  and 

the  Provinces,  and  N.W. 


Year. 


1868  .. 

1869  . . 

1870  . . 

1871  . . 

1872  . . 

1873  . . 

1874  . . 

1875  . 

1876  . . 

1877  . . 

1878  . . 

1879  . . 
1880.. 
1881.. 

1882  . . 

1883  .. 

1884  . . 
1885.. 
1886.. 
1887  . . 
1888.. 
1889.. 
1890.. 

1891  . . 

1892  . . 

1893  . 

1894  . . 

1895  . . 
1896 
1897. 

1898  . . 

1899  . 

1900  .. 

1901  . . 

1902  .. 

1903  . . 

1904  . 

1905  . . 

1906  .. 

1907  (9m 
1908. 

1909  . 

1910  . 

1911  . 

1912  . 

1913  . 

1914  . 

1915  . 

1916  . 

1917  . 

1918  . 

1919  . 


Canals. 


S  cts. 

51,498  IS 
130,141  80 


255,645  7o 

256,547  27 
1,189,591  91 
1,714,830  37 
2,388,733  46 
4,131,374  30 
3,843,338  62 
3,064,098  61 
2, 123,  .36'!  34 
2,077,028  49 
1,647,758  54 
1,763,001  97 
1,577,295  42 
1,504,621  47 
1,333,324  80 
1,783,698  16 
1,033,118  34 

972,918  43 
1,026.364  24 
1,280,725  15 
1,463,279  19 
2,069,573  30 
3.027,164  19 
2,452,273  65 
2,258,778  97 
2,348,6.36  91 
3,207,249  79 
.3,899.877  31 
2,639,564  93 
2,300,569  89 
2,114,689  88 
1  823,273  61 
1,880,787  20 
2,071,593  72 
1,552,121  21 

887,838  61 
1,72.3,156  07 
1,873.868  45 
1,6,51 1,  "I  »i  64 
2.349,474  59 
2,.560,938  11 
2,259,2.57  45 
2,829,661  34 
5,490,796  03 
6,170,9,52  70 
4,304, .-.89  09 
1,781,957  07 
2,211,964  08 


Canadian 

Pacific 

Railway. 


S     cts. 


30,148 

489,428 

.561,818 

310,224 

1,546,241 

3,346,567 

1,691,149 

2,228,373 

2,240,285 

4,044,522 

4,968,503 

4,589,075 

10,033,800 

11,192,722 

9,900,281 

3,672,584 

915,057 

52,098 

86.716 

40.980 

.37  367 

66,211 

413,836 

146,539 

49.209 

65,669 

14,054 

692 

8,418 

236 

8,978 

448 


33,076  39 


600  00 

937  77 


2,918  35 


Debts 
allowed  to 
Provinces. 


S    cts. 


1,666,200  00 

13,859,079  84 

4,927,060  74 


7,172,297  92 

5,420  39 

3,113,333  80 


267,026  43 


Dominion 
Lands. 


S       cts. 


334,681  41 
511,882  32 
5.56,869  77 
723,658  01 
303,592  66 
130,653  66 
162,391  67 
135,047  82 
1.30,684  85 
133,832  20 
94,847  06 
86,735  33 
115,038  39 
149,146  58 
99,842  25 
82,184  15 
91,411  86 
127,504  71 
151,212  68 
199,470  09 
269,060  90 
370,837  97 
449,542  20 
748,855  23 
794,409  83 
599,780  01 
526,582  61 
768,243  94 
797,746  74 
785,157  52 
-     5,508  50 


Intercolonial 

and 

connected 

Railways 

Miscellaneous 


§     cts 

455,249  7' 
282,615  18 
1,693,228  83 
2,866,376  44 
5,131,141  51 
5,019,239  70 

3.614.898  81 
3,426,099  55 
1,108,321  59 
1,318,352  19 

408,816  74 

226,639  19 

2,048,014  60 

608.732  80 

585.568  79 
1,616,632  96 
2,689,689  49 
1,247,006  4.5 

765,967  03 

926,029  69 

1,713,487  46 

2,623,137  30 

2,351,787  45 

1,184,317  34 

316,783  96 

299,080  95 

439,209  14 

327,605  06 

260,395  .54 

190.569  81 
252,756  80 

1,081,929  7-1 

3.255„348    29 

3,6.33,836  57 

4.626,841  05 

2,254,206  68 

1,879,566  29 

t4,755,577  86 

3.765,170  90 

1,512,490  55 

4,369,737  71 

3.874,480  22 

1.278,409  45 

763,833  14 

1,710,448  50 

§2,406,987  53 

4,347,099  88 

6,914,976  6 

7.861.899  00 
4,873.031  85 


Public 

Works. 


S     cts. 

41,689  63 
8,548  29 


6S,745  52 

99,517  00 

135,963  72 

189,484  11 

267,839  73 

258,833  09 

170,120  01 

77,179  34 

8,730  50 

187,369  87 

70,949  59 

119,869  00 

491,376  20 

182,306  29 

569,201  76 

353,043  92 

963,778  02 

575,408  24 

3,220,925  55 

515,702  07 

22 1,389  64 

181,877  63 

102,058  94 

102,392  80 

114..S25  5.>- 

129,237  76 

304,017  72 

385,094  32 

1,089,827  29 

1,006,983  39 

2,190,125  09 

1,268,004  51 

1,334.396  45 

1,642,042  15 

2,3.59,528  .50 

1,797.871  16 

2,969,049  08 

2,8.32,295  29 

4,514,60  •  59 

.3,742,717  44 

4,116,385  05 

6,057,514  .5' 

10,100,016  73 

11,049,029  98 

8,471,228  91 

7.838,115  72 

6,347,200  72 

5,705,347  80 


Hudson 

Bay 
Railway. 


$     cts. 


92, 
.53, 

184, 
159, 
1,099, 
4,498, 
4,773, 
4,8!;7, 
2,004, 
1,879, 
562, 


427  a3 
042  63 
149  81 
6,32  00 
063  15 
717  25 
743  99 
131  77 
279  94 
699  00 
557  80 


106,413,615  60  62,789,776  09  31,010,419  12  10,425,395  92  111,164,584  04  96,612,761  20  20,794.445  17 

•  Incluiiiui;  •?2,72."i,5O4.10  for  the  iinprovement  of  the  St.   Lawrence,  spent  during  the  previous  years 
by  Montreal  Harbour  Commission. 

tincluding  §17,95.5.93,  cost  of  new  car  for  the  Governor  General. 
t         >,  .38,ri82.89,  u  „  ., 

•I  15,000.00, 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Militia,  chargeable  to  Capital,  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway,  Debts  allowed  to 
Territories  Expenditure. 


Quebec  Bridge. 

National 

Tran.s- 

continental 

Railway. 

Prince 
Edward 

Island 
Railway. 

Northwest 
Territories. 

Militia. 

Canadian 

Government 

Railways. 

Total. 

S       cts. 

S      cts. 

S     cts. 

S     cts. 

19,ii3'i3 

1,821,887  35 

773,871  75 

241,888  85 

63,238  92 

S      cts. 

S         cts. 

S       cts. 
548,437  58 

440,418  40 
3,515,116  18 

3,670,396  51 

7,853.049  79 

19,859,441  17 

"461686  63 

42,.546  10 

200,000  00 

6,551  86 

40,129  05 

16,539  82 

402  03 

57,186  02 

130,663  38 

76,956  56 

4.668  33 

5,800  00 

10,177,740  06 
6,922,742  33 

7,1.54,007  94 

7,599,709  55 

6,657,200  36 

5,648,331  66 

8,241,173  98 

8,176,316  50 
7,405,637  06 

14,147,3.59  76 

23,977,702  44 

■9'- 

13,220.185  35 

9.589.734  19 

293,917  79 

539,929  87 

31,448  77 

4,773  10 

2,901  42 

—  1,243  22 
8,910  84 

—  1,149  05 

—  8,33  13 

—  542  52 
3,284  64 

—  1,272  03 

—  1,853  41 

—  1.472  69 

—  1,631  63 

—  1,543  31 

—  3,040  43 

—  2.616  52 

—  2,477  91 

—  1,766  68 

—  1,352  16 

—  910  91 

—  1,044  72 

—  6.50  01 

—  33,688  23 

4,439.938  72 

4,437,460  16 

4,420,313  66 

*6,778,663  08 

3,115,860  04 

8,300  49 

2,164,4.56  78 

3,088,317  60 

3,862.969  67 

3,030,490  40 

1,000,666  66 

745,964  75 
173,740  32 
387,810  16 
230,850  51 
135,884  79 

3,781,311  21 

.3,523,160  23 

17,541  88 

22,000  00 

5.3,546  02 

280,173  93 

475,997  94 

829,414  18 

698,877  47 

591,412  65 

496,124  89 

91,210  52 

390,961  83 

561,206  90 

206,396  97 

94,320  56 

128,041  91 

103,001   03 

129.  .574  95 

570,530  70 

1,350,472  73 

609,751  71 

4,142,231  36 

6,201,515  76 

7,467,370  55 

7,693,856  71 

299,697  43 
428,223  40 
1,299,910  11 
1,299.964  42 
1,299,875  65 
975,282  87 
1,297,904  65 
1,243,071  54 
1,299,970  27 

10,077,094  75 

7,049,684  15 

6,249  40 

778,491  28 

1,841,269  95 

0,537,867  50 

18,910,253  58 

24,892,351  23 

19.968,064  31 

23.487,986  19 

21,110,.352  05 

13,767,011  44 

12,670,100  17 

9,8.31,937  58 

7,078,451  69 

3,916,586  20 

-      828,111  02 

1,066,876  99 

7,879,102  02 
11,931.014  00 

^ 

11,912,104  43 

11,327,791  66 

30,428,995  95 

6,424,781  00 
100,000  00 
227,563  40 

42,592,122  25 
29,65.5,703  37 
30,813,766  75 

1,153,778  27 

30,939,575  95 

1,512,825  96 

27,205,661  13 

2,604,105  61 
2,816,305  10 

37,180,175  fti 
41,447,320  03 

2,746,813  70 

38,566,950  50 

2,7.33,677  00 

32,999,879  85 
14,827,757  84 

26,880,031  51 

9:il,278  01 

43,111,903  63 

6.56,761  79 

25.031,266  30 

21,707,889  84 

161,0.3.5,738  54 

8,336,389  04 

3,746.077  87 

12,118,150  87 

47,827,637  69 

696.982.881  05 

92 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


.10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Statement  accounting  for  the  Increase  of  Debt  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March 

31,  1919 


Items 

WHICH    INCREASE  THF    DeBT. 

Year. 

War. 

[lailways.    Canals, 

Canadian  Pacific 

Kailway  and  other 

Public  Works. 

Dominion  Lands. 

Consolidate-! 
Fund  Transfers. 

Railway  Subsidies 

including 

Quebec  Railway 

Subsidy. 

1868 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

548,437  58 

421,305  27 

1,693,228  83 

2,896,524  76 

5.944,960  94 

5,937,122  41 

5,250,679  32 

6.922,742  33 

7,154.007  94 

7,599,709  55 

6,657,200  36 

5,648,331  66 

8,241,173  98 

7,841,635  09 

6,893,754  74 

13,590,489  99 

16,081,746  51 

12,911,172  30 

6,345,746  73 

3,983,629  26 

6,487,986  57 

4,258,180  04 

3,914,553  68 

3,018,111  56 

2,078,964  67 

2,964,368  37 

3,714,972  14 

2,931,481  28 

2,699,669  58 

2,682,498  98 

3,842,258  36 

5,397,320  10 

7,038,522  64 

7,290,542  65 

9,408.102  66 

6,174,958  98 

5,832,953  20 

9,839,117  66 

10,014,215  45 

9,827,278  34 

28,363,758  27 

40,552,348  69 

27,571,225  .=.9 

30,8.52,863  38 

30.939.575  95 

27.205.661  13 

37,180,175  93 

41,447,.320  03 

38,566,950  50 

26,880,031  51 

43,111,903  63 

25,031,266  30 

S      cts. 

S         cts. 

37,157  98 
429,663  24 
155,988  18 

S          cts. 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

223,456  13 

5,718  48 

4,018  90 

40,300  37 

110  75 

28,750  68 

372,650  65 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

334,681  41 
511,882  32 
556,869  77 
723,658  01 
303,592  66 
130,653  66 
162,391  67 
135,047  82 
130,684  85 
133,832  20 
94,847  06 
86,735  33 
115,038  39 
149,146  58 
99,842  25 
82,184  15 
91,411  80 
127,504  71 
151,212  68 
199,470  09 
269,060  90 
370,837  97 
449,542  20 
748,855  23 
794.409  83 
599,780  01 
526,582  61 
768,243  94 
797,746  74 
785,167  52 

117,771  74 

201,884  75 

21,368  75 

12,481  23 

1882 

1883 

1884 

208,000  00 

403,245  00 

2,701,249  00 

1,406,533  CO 

1,027,041  92 

846,721  83 

1885 

1886 

*10,220,180  21 

i55!623  07' 

10,517  34 

44,946  56 

33,377  69 

971,027  91 

12  18 

94  g- 

137,185  19 

682,880  52 

12,834  94 

2.30.758  46 

1,547,623  74 

908,681  42 

1,038,830  83 

1,555,712  66 

+6,522.016  58 

2,233,897  97 

2,400,504  21 

1,580,515  16 

2,787,.354  21 

3,143,749  14 

2,570,991  22 

1,6.57,107  43 

6,099,543  56 

210,495  26 

23^,100  77 

274,655  88 

26,341  65 

516,443  81 

201,036  09 

20tl,692  22 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1,678.195  72 
1,265,705  87 

1891 

1892 

1,248,215  93 

1893 

1894 

811,394  07 
1,229,885  10 
1,310,549  10 

.895 

1896 

t3,228,745  49 

1897 

416,955  30 

1898  

1,414,934  78 

1899 

3,201,220  05 

1900 

725,720  35 

1901 

2,512,328  86 

1902 

1903 

2,093,939  00 
1,463,222  34 

1904 

2,046.S7S  45 

1905  

1,275.  (529  53 

1906 

1907  {9  m.).. 

1.637.574  37 
1,324,889  .30 

1908 

2,037,629  30 

1909 

1,785,887  39 

1*10 

2,048,097  05 

1911 

1912 

1,284,892  04 
859,400  25 

1913 

4,935,507  35 

1914 

19,036,236  77 

1915 

1916 

1917  

1918 

60,750,476  01 
166,197,755  47 
306,4,S8,814  63 
343,836,IJ0l  98 
446,519,439  48 

5,191,507  48 

1,400,171  42 

959,683  88 

720,404  75 

1919 

43,805  32 

1,323,79.3,287  57 

639,682,737  37 

10,430,904  42 

49,8.5E,0.>4  38 

75,781,897  36 

•  Land  returned  to  C.P.R.  for  $10,189,521.33.         tQuebee  Ry.  Subsidy,  on  which  interest  is  paid 
$2,394,000.         X  frow.  Account,  Ontario  and  C^uebec,  85,397,503.13. 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


93 


SESSIONAL    PAPER   No.  2 

Statement  accounting  for  the  Increase  of  Debt  from  Julv  1,  1867,  to  March 

31,  1919 — Continued. 


Items  which  increase  the  Debt— Continued. 

Year 

Expenses 

of  and  Discount 

on  LoanB. 

Deficits. 

Territories. 

Allowance 

to 
Provinces. 

Militia. 

1868 

S      cts. 

S       cts. 

S       cts. 

S        cts. 

8        cts. 

1869 

19,113  13 

1,821,887  35 

773,871  75 

241.888  85 

63,238  92 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1,666,266  60 

13,859,079  84 

4,927,060  74 

1873 

1874  

2,212,796  80 
315,653  65 

1,360,233  70 

12,762  34 

676,225  30 

949,947  68 

1876 

1,900,785  06' 
1,460,027  66 
1,128,146  37 
1,937,999  42 
1,513,227  76 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879  

1880 

1881 

1882  

1883 

1884     

2,554,971  61 
502,587  06 
314,792  86 

"  i  2,240^058  90 
5,834,571  87 

293,917' 79' 

539,929  87 

31,448  77 

4.773  10 

2,901  42 

—1,243  22 

8,910  84 

—1,149  05 

—833  13 

—542  52 

3,284  64 

—1,272  03 

—1,853  41 

—1,472  69 

-1,&31  63 

-1,5.34  31 

—3,040  43 

—2,616  52 

-  2,477  91 

—1,766  68 

—1,352  10 

-910  91 

—1,044  72 

—650  01 

—33,688  23 

7,172,297  92 

5,420  39 

3,113,333  80 

1885  

1886 

1887 

1888  

810,031  26 

1889 

1,322,810  47 

1890 

1891 

34,696  63 

1,122,511  52 

139,951  16 

330,353  60 

399,199  22 

"    l,210',k«'45 

4,1.53,875  58 

330,551  31 

519,981  44 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

267,626"43' 

1,000,000  00 
745,964  75 
173,740  32 
387  810  Ifi 

1897 

1898 

930,482  25 
3,786  87 

1899 

1900     

230,850  51 

135,884  79 

299.697  43 

428,223  40 

1,299,910  11 

1,299,964  42 

1,299,875  65 

975,282  87 

1,297,904  65 

1,243,071  54 

1,299,970  27 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

184,783  21 
40,614  58 
84,784  00 

1905 

1906 

1907(9iuos) 

1908 

682,337  91 

1,854,488  41 

1,608,584  93 

1,292,089  29 

1,082,121  67 

45,152  63 

2,408,061  17 

4,911,360  39 

3,160,556  55 

14.758,901  22 

10,50.5,760  63 

-7,484,273  83 

1909 

1910 

^ 

1311 

1912 

1913     

1914  

1915 

2,449,724  81 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

48,319,105,48 

25,519,313  89 

3,746,077  87 

31,010,419  12 

12,118,150  87 

94 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Statement  accounting  for  the  Increase  of  Debt  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March 

31,  1919— Continued. 


Gross 

Increase  of 

Debt. 

Item  which  dkoeeask  the  Debt— Con. 

"Sear. 

Sinking  Funds. 

Surplus. 

Consolidated 
Fund  Transfers. 

1868 

1869 

1870 

•S       cts. 

585,595  56 

870,081  64 

3,671,104  .S6 

3,670,396  51 

8,076,505  92 

19,865,159  65 

10,1S1,758  fl6 
9,175,839  50 
9,370,557  40 

10,448,721  59 
8,170,759  72 
8,262,556  &S 

10,734,349  42 
8,294,088  24 
7,607,521  81 

14,168,728  51 

26.753.155  28 
16,366,076  31 
28,660,528  13 

5,846,471  72 

9,156,660  51 

6,600,363  30 

5,776,301  26 

4,449,640  23 

5,506,242  14 

4,039,67»  01 

6,633,540  8:,' 

8,894,208  97 

7,477,793  20 

5,142,977  49 

6,000,483  33 

9,637,281  34 

9,740,714  64 

11,114,866  99 

13,2119.864  58 

10.068,619  15 

16,632,780  26 

15.481.156  08 
16,034.967  01 
14,233,196  12 
35,936,317  37 
49,376,247  19 
35,883,376  57 
35,053,263  91 
38,980,641  43 
32,396,816  37 
58,a5'  ,.574  04 

115,02.5,044  60 
209,351,775  59 
3 19,60?.  775  05 
398,375,897  08 
464,310,929  49 

S       cts. 

355,266  66 

426,806  66 

126,533  33 

421,666  24 

470,606  67 

407,826  62 

513,920  00 

555,773  32 

822,953  32 

896,440  00 

1,012,753  35 

1,131,296  17 

1,21.5,807  96 

1,217,153  33 

1,226,205  80 

1,290,153  .33 

1,350,500  00 

1,563,194  84 

1,606,270  77 

1,592,952  62 

1.939.077  79 
1,736,644  34 
l,887,-'37  20 

1.938.078  57 
2,027,860  79 
2,095,513  89 
2.131,360  81 
2,002,311  36 
2  055,287  52 
2,101,813  80 
2,359,968  55 
2,482,484  65 
2,165,639  84 
2,480,336  90 
2,569.380  .59 
2,620,588  46 
2,315,066  41 
2.261,618  27 

'    2,317,436  74 
1,177.146  71 
2,2;i4,263  27 
1,9'22.525  20 
1,441,030  % 
1,203,  16  40 
1,156,456  16 
1,384,28')  36 
1,371,428  61 
1,645,811  63 
1,77.3,021  11 
1,471,697  50 
3,183,492  66 
1,448,495  35 

S       cts. 

201,8.35  53 

341,090  52 

1,166,716  07 

3,712,479  09 

3',125,344  86 

1,638,821  53 

888,775  79 

935,644  00 

S         eta. 

27;43i'7i 
39,475  98 

1871 

1872 

1873 

156,121  90 
6,962  36 

4,468  22' 

t867,486  44 

28,233  26 

t4,50.3,142  76 

57  140  21 

1874. 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

4,132,743  12 

6,316,351  94 

7,064,492  35 

754,255  48 

97^313  09 

1882 

1883 

54,637  21 

1884 

1885 

1886. 

22;938'66" 

1887 

1888 

537  66 

1889 

1,865,035  47 
3,885,893  94 
2,235.742  92 
155,977  42 
1,354,555  96 


1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895. 

190  14 

1897 

1,722,712  33 
4,837,749  00 
8,054,714  51 
5,648,333  29 
7,291,398  06 

14.345.166  17 
15,056,984  12 

7,863,089  81 
12,898,719  12 

16.427.167  20 
19,413,054  22 

1,029,171  97 
22.091,963  81 
30,006,211  46 
37,946,776  59 
56,630,366  04 
35,789,921  57 

1899 

1900. 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

§  3,324,965  27 

1905. 

1906 

1907(9  mus.) 

1908 

1909 

45i>,l,36'69' 

1910 

1911 

12.114  64 
64,621  85 

1912 

1913. 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

41,797,111  37 
84,101,950  77 
82.494,639  72 
80,215,464  20 

1,555  30 

2,220,260,948  33 

81,404,858  29 

625,535,734  40 

9,627,153  66 

t  Northern  R,iilway  composition, 
and  Quebec,  $3,305,450.24. 


t  Fishery  award,  $4,490,882.64.        §  Province  accounts,  Ontario 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


95 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  2 


Statement  accounting  for  the  Increase  of  Debt  from  July  1,  1867,  to  March 

31,  1919— Continued. 


Item  which  decrease  the  Debt — Con. 

Gross 

Decrease  of 

Debt. 

Year. 

Receipts 

from  Premiums 

on  Loans. 

Dominion 
Lands. 

Refunds  from 

.Sales  of 

Public  Works. 

(Capital.) 

Net  Increase 
of  Debt. 

1868 

•S        cts. 

S       cts. 

$         cts. 

§        cts. 

557,102  19 

767,897  18 

1,320,681  11 

4,173,621  31 

3,595,951  .53 

2,203,770  05 

1,705,256  18 

1,492,425  90 

827,421  54 

1,764,926  44 

1,043,998  84 

5,634,438  93 

1,272,948  17 

5,349,896  45 

9.. 34 1,651  43 

9.363,664  83 

3,058,019  48 

2,120,234  43 

1,909,113  18 

1,690,803  37 

1,939,077  79 

3,601,679  81 

5,773,131  14 

4,173,821  49 

2. 183,8.38  21 

3,490,009  ,S4 

2,131,550  95 

2,002,311  36 

2.055,287  52 

2,101,813  80 

4,082  680  88 

7,320,233  65 

10,520,354  35 

8,128,670  19 

9,860,778  65 

20,290,719  90 

17,372,0.50  53 

10,124,708  08 

15,216,1.55  86 

17,604,313  91 

21,647,317  49 

3,406.827  86 

23,  .545, 109  41 

31,279,758  21 

39,103,232  75 

58,<il4,651  40 

37,161,.S50  18 

1,645,811  53 

43,571, 6H7  78 

85,573,648  27 

8.5,678,132  38 

81,663,959  55 

S        cts. 

28,493  37 
102  184  46 

1869              .    ... 

1870  

2,350,423  25 

—503,224  80 

4,480,554  39 

17,661,389  60 

8,476,502  78 

7,683,413  60 

8,543,136  06 

8,683,794  95 

7,126,760  88 

2,628,117  45 

9,461,401  25 

2,944,191  79 

-1,734,129  62 

4,805,063  68 

23,695,1.35  80 

14,245,841  88 

26,751,414  95 

4,155,608  35 

7,216,582  72 

'2,998,683  49 

3,170  12 

275  818  74 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1,000  00 
7,783  57 
1,008  58 

1874 

1875 

287,814  46 

1876 

1877  

1,000  00 
3,012  23 

1878 

1879 

1880  . . 

1881  

1882 

1,744,4,56  48 

1,009,019  15 

951,636  50 

393,618  20 

176,795  78 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1^627  50 

140,483  33 
126,046  63 

1886 

1887 

1888  

1889  

1890 

1891 

1892       . . 

3,322,403  93 
549,605  17 

1893  

40,000  00 

1894 

4,501,989  87 
6,891,897  61 
5.422,505  68 
3.041,163  69 

2,417,80-^  45 

1895 

1896  

1897. 

l!<98 

1899 

2  .317  047  69 

1900 

—779,6.39  71 
2,986,196  80 
3,349,085  93 
— 10,:^22,100  75 
—739,270  27 

1901 

1902 

1903  

1904 

1905 

+  5,356,418  00 

+  818,811  15 

—3  371  117  79 

1906 

1907  (9  mos.) 

1908 

J- 14,288,999  88 
+  4.5,969,419  ,33 
+  12,338.267  16 

1909  

1910 

1911 

5,508  50 

t3, 773, 505  70 
-  122,.591  32 

1912 

1913 

—25,617,835  03 

1914 

+  21,695,224  46 
+  113,379,233  07 
+  16,5,780,0,87  81 
+  264,030,126  78 
+  312  697  764  70 

1915 

1916 

1917. 

1918 

1919  

'    

+  3^2,646,969  94 

.555,971  92 

4,281,034  61 

53,804  38 

721,458,557  26 

1,498,802,391  07 

96 


DEPARTMEXT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Statement  of  the  Business  of  the  Post  Office  Saving  Bank,  Canada, 


Period. 


Three  months  ending  June  30, 
Year    ended    June    30,    1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893 

1894. 

1895 

1896. 

1897 

1898 

1899. 

1900. 

1901 

1902. 

1903 

1904 

1905. 

1906. 

9  months  ended  March  31,1907 . 
Year    ended    March  31,  1908. 

1909. 


1868. 


1910. 
1911. 
1912 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 


c  . 
1.1 

O  s 


81 
213 
226 
230 
235 
239 
266 
268 
279 
287 
295 
297 
297 
304 
308 
330 
343 
355 
392 
415 
433 
463 
494 
634 
642 
673 
699 
731 
755 
779 
814 
838 
847 
895 
915 
934 
961 
989 
Oil 
.043 
,084 
,102 
,133 
151 
172 
212 
,250 
269 
289 
,312 
,318 
318 


3,247 

16,653 

24,994 

33,256 

39.489 

44,413 

45,329 

42.508 

38,647 

36,126 

40,097 

43,349 

56,031 

71,747 

97,380 

109,489 

109,388 

116,576 

126,322 

143,076 

155,978 

166,235 

154,678 

147,672 

145,423 

148,868 

145,960 

143,685 

155,398 

161,151 

179,814 

174,658 

201,262 

212,217 

••219,678 

231,619 

235,043 

223,281 

233,803 

186,916 

242,386 

199,884 

190,510 

203,196 

225,316 

230,263 

23'i,2(i0 

183,515 

173,456 

205,050 

162,921 

141,627 


£ 

s.s 

a  £  t«  . 

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S.-8 

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■§§.J.g 

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^'7  "Z 

a  « 

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sSc-> 

l^ 

-i 

< 

2 

S   cts. 

S  cts. 

S  cts. 

212,507  00 

927,885  00 

1,347,901  00 

65  44 
55  71 
53  93 

166 

4,787 

9,478 
15,148 
20,154 

1,917,576  00 

57  66 

2,261,031  0(1 

57  27 

2,306,918  00 

51  94 

23,800 

2,340,284  00 

51  63 

25,814 
25,954 

1,942,346  Ou 

45  69 

1,726,204  00 

44  66 

24,152 

1,521,000  00 

42  10 

22,484 

1,724,371  00 

43  00 

21,944 

1,973,243  00 

45  52 

23,226 

2,720,216  00 
4,175,042  00 
6,435,989  00 

48  55 
58  19 
66  09 

26,716 

28,510 
35,859 

6,826,266  00 

62  35 

45,253 

6,441,439  00 

58  88 

56,026 
59,714 

7,098,459  00 

60  89 

7,645,227  00 

60  .52 

62,205 

8,272,041  00 

57  81 

65,853 

7,722,330  00 

49  51 

217,385  10 

78,229 

7,926,634  00 

47  67 

1,085,979  72 

84,572 

6,599,896  00 

42  67 

167,501  53 

90.151 

6,500,-372  00 

44  02 

389,169  28 

84,963 

7,056,002  00 

48  52 

77,381 

7,708,888  00 

51  78 

73,361 

7.524,286  00 

51  55 

218,i73  60 

84,941 

7,488,028  00 

52  11 

493,889  23 

85,588 

8,138,947  00 

52  37 

449, 9S1  6] 

87.221 

8,223,000  OC 

51  02 

1,856.474  31 

91,398 

9,183,693  00 

51  07 

786,868  48 

94,532 

S,  31 0,630  00 

47  58 

95,090 

10.448,485  'm 

51  91 

141,171  82 

92,713 

11,091,099  00 

52  26 

102,083 

11,382.035  00 

51  81 

415,507  96 

105,946 

;2,060,S25  TO 

52  07 

104,393 

11,737,940  00 

49  94 

108,237 

;0, 504, 430  00 

47  (H 

252,773  93 

110,157 

10,805,458  00 

46  21 

559,593  31 

106,923 

8,803,503  00 

47  09 

1,216,168  80 

79,338 

12,293,274  17 

50  71 

59,243  71 

116,435 

9.415,.'ili9  29 

47  10 

115,048 

8,816,511  71 

46  28 

96,413 

9,9.")7,016  17 

49  00 

90,664 

11,054,877  19 

49  06 

223,831  24 

95,829 

11,299.963  88 

49  07 

96,835 

11,346,459  39 

48  02 

140,318  64 

104,917 

10,154,189  07 

55  33 

104,816 

8.539,742  07 

49  23 

295,100  47 

77,985 

11,971,4.34  11 

5?  39 

68,254 

11,791.966  66 

72  38 

91,649  09 

78,259 

12.593,190  06 

88  91 

174.103  40 

64.390 

FIRE  INSURANCE  COMPANIES  97 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  8 

Canadian  Lumbermen's — Concluded. 

EXPENDITURE. 

Amount  paid  for  losses  occurring  during  the  year $      5, 034  12 

Deduct  reinsurance 5,0.34  12 

Administrative  expenses  paid  Attorney  Company $  4.414  06 

Auditors'  fees 50  00 

Taxes,  fire 1 ,  142  76 

Miscellaneous  expenditure,  viz; — Profits  paid  subscribers  under  terminated  contracts 616  54 

Total  expenditure $         6,223  36 

SYNOPSIS  OF  LEDGER  ACCOUNTS. 

Amount  of  net  ledger  assets,  December  31, 1918 S        25,451  05 

Amount  of  cash  income  as  above 9,667  50 

Total T $        35, 118  55 

Amount  of  expenditure  as  above 6, 223  36 

Balance  of  net  ledger  assets,  December  31,  1919  ($42,421 .16  less  $13,525.97  ledger  liability)$        28,895  19 


STATEMENT    OF    REINSURANCE   OF   CANADIAN    BUSINESS    IN    COMPANIES    NOT 
LICENSED   UNDER  THE  INSURANCE  ACT. 

Amount  of  rein.surance  premiums  paid  to  unlicensed  companies $  30, 232  62 

Commission  and  dividends  thereon 1,191  04 

Amount  of  losses  recovered 3, 112  57 

Reserve  of  unearned  premiums,  $15, 988 .55;   carried  out  at  80  per  cent 12, 790  84 

Amount  of  reinsurance  premiums  payable  to  such  companies 2,983  04 

Amount  of  cash  or  other  securities  held  as  security  for  recovery  of  losses,  etc 13,605  97 


Class  of  Business. 

Risks  and  Premiums. 

Fire. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

Gross  in  force  at  December  31,  1918 

Taken  in  1919,  new  and  renewed ....              ... 

S 
1,275,900 
1,905,304 

$       cts. 
29,392  52 
43  196  07 

Totals 

3,181,204 
1,615,900 

72  588  59 

37,926  60 

Gross  in  force  at  December  31,  1919 

1,, 565, 304 
1,. 565, 304 

.34  661  99 

34  661  99 

Net  in  force  at  December  31,  1919  

None. 

8—7 


98  DEPARTMENT  OF  INSURANCE 

10  GEORGE   V,  A.   1920 


THE  CANADIAN  Sl'RETY  COMPANY. 


Statement  for  the  Year  ending  December  31,  1919. 

President,  F.  W.  Lafrentz — Vice-President,  Sir  Geo.  Burn — General  Manager,  W.  H.  Hall — 
Secretary,  Wm.  H.  Burgess — Principal  Office — 26  Wellington  Street  East,  Toronto. 

(Incorporated  by  an  .\ct  of  the  Parliament  of  Canada  1-2  George  V,  Chap.  60,  assented  to  May  19,  1911. 
On  March  1,1917,  its  power  was  extended  to  include  burglary  and  plate  glass  insurance,  under  the 
provisions  of  section  81  of  the  Insurance  Act,  1910,  and  on  August,  3,  1917,  itspower  was  further  extended 
to  include  automobile  insurance  under  the  provisions  of  the  said  section.  On  Februarys,  1919,  and 
November  17,  1919,  its  powers  were  further  extended  to  include  automobile  (including  automobile 
against  fird  and  forgery  insurance  respectively  under  the  provisions  of  Section  77  of  the  Insurance 
.\ct,  1917.  Dominion  license  issued  May  15,  1913.) 


CAPITAL. 

Amount  of  capital  authorized $  1,000,000  00 

Amount  of  capital  stock  subscribed  and  paid  in  cash 250, 000  00 

Amount  of  premium  on  capital  stock  paid  in  by  stockholders 40,000  00 

ASSETS. 

Book  value  of  bonds  and  debs.  {For  details,  see  Schedule  B) $      396,005  27 

Cash  at  head  and  branch  ofiBces 1 ,  450  00 

Cash  in  banks,  viz; — 

Bank  of  Nova  Scotia,  Toronto  (savings  account) $      8,410  07 

Union  Bank  of  Canada,  Toronto  (premium  account) 18, 425  66 

Union  Bank  of  Canada,  Toronto  (current  account) ^  81S  60 

Union  Bank  of  Canada,  Winnipeg 7, 224  06 

Royal  Bank  of  Canada,  Montreal 4, 560  56 

Total  cash  in  banks 39,438  95 

.\dvanced  to  Employees  for  Victory  Loan 450  00 

Total  ledger  assets $      437,344  22 

The  excess  of  book  value  of  bonds  and  debentures  over  market  value  ($8,088.61),  is 
covered  by  Investment  Reserve  Fund  in  Liabilities. 

OTHER  ASSETS. 

Interest  accrued 5,976  19 

Agents'  balances  and  premiums  uncollected,  viz: — 

Automobile  (including  Fire  Risk)  in  Canada  ($401.36  on  business  prior  to 

Oct.  1,  1919) S  1,166  02 

Automobile  (excluding  Fire  Risk)  in  Canada  ($894.95  on  business  prior  to 

Oct.  1,  1919) 3,150  22 

Burglary,  in  Canada  ($304.39  on  business  prior  to  Oct.  1,  1919) 2,455  16 

Burglary,  in  other  countries  ($509.67  on  business  prior  to  Oct,  1,  1919) 1,196  95 

Guarantee,  in  Canada  ($4,308.08  on  business  prior  to  Oct.  1,  1919) 10,902  57 

Guarantee,  in  other  countries  ($199.58  on  business  prior  to  Oct.  1,  1919). ...  1, 100  24 

Plate  C;ia.ss,  in  Canada  ($79.89  on  business  prior  to  Oct.  1,  1919) 1,099  73 

Plate  Glass,  in  other  countries 46  67 

Total 21 ,  117  56 

Amount  due  for  reinsurance  losses,  Automobile  (including  Fire  Risk),  $558.61;  Automobile 

(excluding  Fire  Risk),  $115.43 674  04 

Total  assets t     465,112  01 


FIRE  lySURAUCE  COMPANIES 


99 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  8 

The  Caxadias  Surety — Coniirmed. 

LIABILITIES. 

(1)  Liabilities  in  Canada. 

Net  amount  of  automobile  (including  fire  risk)  claims,  unadjusted S 

Net  amount  of  automobile  fexcluding  fire  risk)  claims,  unadjusted 

Net  amount  of  burglary  claims 

Net  amount  of  guarantee  claims,  unadjusted 

Xet  amount  of  guarantee  claims,  resisted,  in  suit 

Net  amount  of  plate  glass  claims,  unadjusted 


407  50 

2,015  30 

1,222  50 

9,070  19 

611  61 

355  33 


Net  amount  of  unsettled  claims $  13, 682  43 

Reserve  of  unearned  premiums:    automobile   (including  fire  risk),  $3,038.99;  automobile 
(excluding  fire  risk),  $8,781.13;  burglar*-,  S6,028.59;  guarantee,  $49,314.05;  plate  glass, 

$5,718;  forgerj-,  S35;  total,  $72,915.76,  carried  out  at  80  per  cent 58,. 332  61 

Reinsurance  premiums  due: — 

Automobile  (including  Fire  Risk) 

Automobile  (excluding  Fire  Risk) 

Burglary 

Guarantee 

Plate  Glass 


2.58  90 
1,513  81 
1,714  61 
6, 142  46 

114  80 


Total 

Taxes  due  and  accrued 

Investment  Reserve  Fund. 
Borrowed  money 


Total  liabilities  in  Canada . 


9,744  58 

6,000  00 

8,088  61 

20,000  00 


115,848  23 


(2)  Liabilitiei  in  other  Countries. 

Net  amount  of  guarantee  claims,  unadjusted $ 

Reserve  of  unearned  premiums,  viz: — 

Burglary $      7,905  93 

Guarantee ,..'.........       14. 724  50 


Total,  $22,630.43,  carried  out  at  80  per  cent 

Total  liabilities  in  other  countries 

Total  liabilities  in  all  countries 


Surplus  of  assets  over  liabilities  (except  capital). 
Capital  stock  paid  in  cash 


.Surplus  over  liabilities  and  capital 


1,747  21 


18.104  35 

$ 

19,851  5S 

$ 

135,699  79 

$ 

.329,412  22 
250,000  00 

s 

79.412  22 

INCOME. 


Class  of  Business. 

Premiums. 

Automo- 

bUe 
(includ- 
ing) 
Fire  Risk. 

Automo- 
bile 
(exclud- 
ing) 
Fire  Risk. 

Burglary. 

Guarantee 

Plate 
Glass. 

In 
Canada. 

In 
Canada. 

In 
Canada. 

Outside 
Canada. 

.   In 
Canada. 

Outside 
Canada. 

In 
Canada. 

Gross  cash    received. 

$     cts.. 
8,094  12 

$       cts. 
30,910  02 

$       cts. 
15,876  77 

$       cts. 
13,304  12 

S       cts. 
125,231  41 

$       cts. 
40,385  39 

$    cts. 
6  418  91 

2,082  » 
1,347  00 

8,983  48 
7, 183  32 

2,896  91 
2,311  18 

12,577  31 
23,922  02 

75  00 
9,555  76 

415  54 

Less  return  premiums 

1,452  82 

1,614  51 

3,429  64 

16,166  80 

5,208  09 

36,499  33 

9,630  76 

2,030  05 

4,664  48 

14,743  22 

10,668  68 

11,851  30 

88.732  08 

30,754  63 

4,388  t6 

8-7^ 


100  DtEIMRTJlEXT  OF  INSURANCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 
The  Canadian  Surety — Continued. 
INCOME— CoBrfuded. 

Net  cash  received  for  premiums  for  all  classes  of  business $  165, 803  25 

Cash  received  for  interest  on  investments 19, 333  06 

Profit  on  sale  of  securities 587  12 

Total $  185, 723  43 

Received  for  increased  capital 25, 000  00 

Total  income $  210,723  43 


EXPENDITURE. 


Class  of  Business. 

Claims. 

Automo- 
bile 
(includ- 
ing) 
Fire  Risk. 

Automo- 
bile 
(exclud- 
ing) 
Fire  Risk. 

Burglary. 

Guarantee. 

Plate 
Glass. 

In 
Canada. 

In 

Canada. 

In 
Canada. 

In 
Canada. 

Outside 
Canada. 

In 
Canada. 

Paid   for  claims  occurring   in   previous 
years 

$       cts. 

S       cts. 

$       cts. 
422  00 

$       cts. 

2,416  54 
36,50 

$       cts. 
62  80 

S       cts. 

2,380  04 

3,642  85 

4,114  88 

2,529  67 

Paid    for    claims   occurring   during    the 
year 

19,314  59 

2,355  42 

2  892  44 

Deduct  savings  and  salvage 

27  00 
1,557  51 

11,559  03 
382  17 

94  86 

Deduct  reinsurances 

13  54 

302  52 

272  94 

1,584  51 

11,941  20 

367  80 

7,373  39 

2,052  90 

3.629  31 

2,530  37 

2,951  67 

9,753  43 

2,115  70 

2  524  64 

Total  net  payments  for  all  claims  for  all  classes  of  business  in  all  countries 

Dividends 

Commission  and  brokerage 

Taxes 

Salaries,  fees  and  travelling  expenses: — salaries: — Head  office,  $46,723.57;  fees: — Directors, 
$590;  Auditors,  $50;  travelling  expen.ses,  $3,.354.80 

Miscellaneous  expenditure:  viz: — Advertising,  $1,032.84;  furniture  and  fixtures,  $1,691.63; 
sundries,  $3,435.64;  postage,  telegrams,  telephones  and  express,  $2,371.95;  printing  and 
stationery,  $4,113.74;  rents,  $2,405.70;  patriotic  and  red  cross  funds,  etc.,  $275;  claim 
expenses,  $1 ,343.67;  underwriters'  boards,  tariff  associations,  $264.03 


23, .505  12 

38,250  00 

35,937  93 

4,445  25 

50,718  37 


16,934  20 


Total  expenditure. 


169, 790  87 


SYNOPSIS  OF  LEDGER  ACCOUNTS. 


Amount  of  net  ledger  assets  at  December  31,  I91S 
Amount  of  cash  income  


Total 

mount  of  cash  expenditure. 


.$      376,411  66 
210.723  43 

$      587,135  09 
169,790  87 


Balance,  net  ledger  assets,  at  December  31,  1919:  ($437,344.22,  less  $20,000  ledger  liability)$      417.344  22 


FIRE  INSURAJiCE  COMPANIES 


101 


SESSIONAD  PAPER   No.  8 

The  Canadian  Surety — Continued. 
SUMMARY  OF  RISKS  AND  PREMIUMS. 


Class  of  Business. 

Automobile  (including  Fire  Risk). 

In  Canada. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

Taken  during  1919 — new       -- . . . 

541 
80 

S   cts. 

608,546 
99,623 

$    cts. 
9  843  15 

1,705  85 

461 

508.923 
150,388 

8,137  30 

2  059  31 

Net  in  force  al  end  of  1919'           

461 

358,535 

6,077  99 

Class  of  Business 

Automob'le  (excluding  Fire  Risk). 

In  Canada. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

133 
667 

$ 

899,595 
4,639,525 

S  eta. 
4,862  65 

Taken  during  1919,  new  and  renewed          . .        

34  393  92 

Total            

800 
245 

5,539,120 
1,678,207 

39  256  .W 

13,266  20 

Gross  in  force  at  end  of  1919 

555 

3,860,913 
1,295,050 

25,990  37 
8,428  80 

555 

2.565  863 

17   .=;RI    n7 

I 

Class  of  Business. 

Burglary  Risks. 

In  Canada. 

In  other  Countries 

Totals  in  all  Countries 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums 

Gross  in  force  at  end 
of  1918 

294 
716 

$ 

511,393 
1,698.228 

$   cts. 
4,229  70 
17,665  92 

44 
782 

t 

313,738 
3,777,274 

$    cts. 

1,208  72 
15,004  21 

338 
1498 

$ 

825,131 
5,475,502 

%  cts. 
5  438  42 

Taken    during 

1919— new   and 

renewed . 

32.670  13 

Total           

1,010 
522 

2,209,621 
1,531,468 

21,895  62 
9,722  57 

826 
88 

4,091.012 
438,184 

16,212  93 
4.367  98 

1,8.36 
610 

6,300.633 
1,969,652 

38  108  55 

Deduct   terminated 

14,090  55 

Gross  in  force  at  end 
of  1919 

488 

678,153 
55,416 

12,173  05 
1,107  60 

738 

3,652,828 

11,844  95 

1,226 

4,330,981 
55.416 

24,018  00 
1,107  60 

Deduct  reinsured. . . 

Net  in  force  at  end 
of  1919 

488 

622,737 

11,065  45 

738 

3,652,828 

11,844  95 

1.226 

4,275,565 

22  910  40 

102 


DEP'ARTHEXT  OF  lySVRANCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
The  Canadian  Surety — Continued. 
SUMMARY  OF  RISKS  AND  VKEMIVUS— Concluded. 


Class  of  Business. 

Guarantee  Risks 

In  Canada 

In  other  countries.       i      Totab  in  all  countries. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums 

No. 

Amount.     Premiums 

Gross    in    force    at 
end  of  1918 

Taken     during 
1919— new    and 
renewed 

5,454 
8,036 

$ 

14,526,823 

21.146.890 

$   cts. 
91.409  84 

126,623  33 

1,086 
1,739 

i 

5,996,797 

8,502,407 

S   cts. 
29,621  44 

40.615  19 

6,540 
9,775 

$ 

20,523,620 

29,649,297 

S    cts. 
121,031  28 

167.238  52 

Total    

13,490 
7,190 

.35.673.713 
20.063.174 

218,033  17 
99.568  08 

2,825 
1,395 

14,499.204 
7,348,611 

70.236  63 
41,252  94 

16,315 
8,585 

50.172,917 
27,411,785 

288,269  80 

Deduct   terminated 

140.821  02 

Gross  in  force  at  end 
of  1919           

6.300 

15. 610.. 539 
2.957,890 

118.465  09 
21.465  96 

1,430 

7,l,'i0,593 
30,000 

28,983  69 
75  00 

7,730 

22,761,132 
2,987,890 

147.448  78 

Deduct  reinsured. 

21.540  96 

Net  in  force  at  end 
of  1919       

6.300 

12.652,649 

96,999  13 

1,430 

7,120,593 

28,908  69 

7,730 

19,773,242 

125,907  82 

Plate  Glass. 

Forgery. 

In  Canada. 

No. 

Premiums. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

Gross  in  force  :it  end  of  1918, 

Taken  during  1919— new 

— renewed 

370 

251 

91 

$  cts. 

9,378  95 
5,788  07 
1,483  92 

1 

14,000 

i  cts. 
70  00 

Total 

Deduct  terminated 

712 
190 

16,650  94 
4,391  93 

Gross  in  force  at  cml  of  1919.                              

Deduct  reinsured 

522 

12.259  01 
988  87 

522 

11,270  14 

1 

14,000l             70  00 

FIRE  IS  SLR  AS  CE  COMPANIES  103 

SESSIONAL.  PAPER   No.  8  -  . 

The  Canadian  Surety — Concluded. 
Schedule  B. 
Bonds  and  debentures  owned  by  the  Company,  viz.: — 

On  deposit  with  Receiver  General.  Par  value.        Book  value.  Market  value. 

Prov.  of  Alberta,  1924,  4J  p.c $     10,000  00    $        9,72500    $      9,500  00 

"       Ontario,  1928,  6  p.c 5,000  00  5.QOO00  5,000  00 

New-foundland,  192,S,  65  p.c 10,000  00  10,000  00  10,000  00 

Cities — 

Belleville,  1941,  4 J  p.c 10,000  00  9,424  00  9,100  00 

Brandon,  1933,  5  p.c 10,000  00  9,852  00  9,500  00 

Fort  William,  1952,  4J  p.c 2,000  00  1,828  40  1,680  00 

Guelph,  1932,  5p.c 1,514  75  1,5.53  38  1,484  45 

Hamilton,  1940,  4  p.c 1,946  66  1,620  21  1,674  12 

Medicine  Hat,  Alta..  1933,  5  p.c 10.000  00  9,525  00  9,000  00 

Stratford,  1932,  4|  p.c 5,700  00  5,438  94  5,30100 

Sydney,  N.S.,  1942,  41  p.c 15,000  00  13,374  00  13,050  00 

Toronto,  1948,  4  p.c 9,733  33  8,874  85  8,273  33 

Victoria,  19.36,  4  p.c 9,733  34  8,867  06  7,98133 

Towns — . 

Kstevan,  1942-1943,  5  p.c 8,000  00  6,885  76  6,640  00 

Owen  Sound,  1932,  4J  p.c 10,000  00  9,509  00  9,200  00 

Lindsay,  1934,  5!- p.c 5,000  00  5,172  50  5,100  00 

North  Bay,  1938-1943,  5  p.c 12,000  00  11,516  40  11,240  00 

Transcona,  Man.,  1944,  6p.c 10,000  00  9,950  00  9,700  00 

Orillia,  1923,  5  p.c 2,234  10  2,17199  2,189  41 

Orillia,  1925,  5  p.c 2,463  10  2,383  54  2,413  83 

Swift  Current,  1933,  6  p.c 5,000  00  5,122  50  4,900  00 

Waterloo,  1928,  5J  p.c •: 2,423  48  2,548  29  2,520  41 

WoUand,  1934, 5^  p.c 2,000  00  2,025  00  2,040  00 

Townships — 

Bruce,  1922,  5  p.c 9,867  01  9,755  12  9,768  33 

Esquimau,  1963,  5  p.c 2,000  00  1,76000  1,640  00 

North  Vancouver,  Dist.,  1960,  5  p.c 7,000  00  6,379  80  5,880  00 

Richmond,  B.C.,  1959,  4^  p.c 7,000  00  5,916  40  5,320  00 

St.  Vital,  Man.  (R.M.),  1933,  6  p.c 1,000  00  1,012  10  1,010  00 

County — 

Norfolk,  Ont.,  1932,  5  p.c 5,000  00  4.688  90  4,688  90 

School — 

Guelph,  P.,  1932, 5  p.c 2,500  00  2,563  74  2,450  00 

Total  on  deposit  with  Receiver  General    $ 
Held  by  the  Company, 
(jovernmenls — 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan,  1937,  5J  p.c. . . 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan,  1933,  5J  p.c. . . 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan, 1934.  5J  p.c. 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan,  1923,  5^  p.c. 

•Prov.  of  New  Brunswick,  1939,  3  p.c 

Prov.  of  Saskatchewan,  1925.  5  p.c 

Prov.  of  Saskatchewan.  1932,  5  p.c 

Prov.  of  Quebec,  1946,  4 J  p.c 

Cities — 

Edmonton,  1933,  5  p.c 

Portage    Industrial    Exhibition    Association 
(g'teed  by  Portage  la  Prairie),  1934,  5  p.c. 

tSorel,  1952,  5  p.c 

Windsor,  Ont,  1946  to  1949.  5|  p.c 

Winnipeg,  Man.,  1926,  5  p.c 

Towns — 

Neepawa,  Man.,  1944,  6  p.c 

Renfrew,  1937  to  1941,  5  p.c 

Smith  Falls.  1933  to  1935,  5J  p.c 

Sandwich,  1921,  6  p.c 

.Sandwich,  1923,  6  p.c 

Sandwich,  1924,  6  p.c 

Sandwich,  1925,  6  p.c , .- 

Watrous,  1922  to  1956,  51  p.c 

County — 

Simcoe,  1934  to  1935,  5  p.i- 
School — 

tSt.  Hyacinthe,  19.53  to  1960,  4J  p.c 

Miscellaneous — 

Toronto  Harbour  Corns.,  1953,  4J  p.c 


94.115  77 

$  184,443  88 

$  178,245  11 

.50,000  00 

49,363  15 

50,000  00 

50,000  00 

50,000  00 

50,000  00 

2.1.000  00 

25,000  00 

25,000  00 

1,000  00 

1,002  50 

1,000  00 

10,000  00 

7,900  00 

7.300  00 

5,000  00 

4,699  .50 

4,9.50  00 

5.000  00 

4,453  00 

4,453  00 

5,000  00 

4,295  50 

4,295  50 

1,000  00 

967  70 

920  00 

7,000  00 

6,642  .30 

6,370  00 

17,000  00 

16,297  90 

15.470  00 

9,964  20 

9,582  .52 

9,582  52 

5,000  00 

4,641  90 

4,041  90 

3,000  00 

3.091  50 

2,910  00 

1,877  23 

1,785  45 

1,792  86 

2,464  54 

2,487  31 

2,464  54 

682  94 

700  22 

696  59 

3S5  36 

397  69 

396  92 

768  47 

795  44 

795  44 

174  58 

181  23 

181  56 

1,954  69 

1,782  69 

1,740  00 

2.984  OS 

2.9.38  76 

2,954  23 

10,346  29 

9,179  13 

8,380  49 

4,000  00 

3,376  00 

3,376  00 

Total  par,  book  and  market  values S  413,718  15    $  396,005  27     $  387,916  66 


•On  deposit  with  Government  of  New  Brunswick. 
t     "  "  "     Quebec. 


104  DEBARTMEXT  OF  INSURANCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

CAR  AND  GENERAL  INSURANCE  CORPORATION,  LIMITED. 


Statement  for  the  Year  ending  December  31,  1919. 

Chairman,  A.  W.  W.^msley — Secretar.v.  W.  A.  HuRSi^Principal  Office,  London,  Eng.— Chief  Agent  in 
Canada,  Arthur  B.irry — Principal  Office  in  Canada,  Montreal,  Que. 

(Established  in  1903.     Commenced  business  in  Canada,  Dec.  4,  1918.) 


CAPITAL. 

Amount  of  joint  stock  authorized £2.50,000  0  0    $  1.216,666  66 

Amount  of  joint  stock  subscribed 130,745  0  0=  635,420  70 

Amount  paid  thereon  in  cash 51,436  .5  0=  249,980  17 


ASSETS  IN  CANADA. 
Held  solely  for  the  protection  of  Canadian  policyholders 

Bonds  and  debentures  on  deposit  with  Receiver  General: — 

Par  value.  Market  value. 

GovernTnent— 

Dom.  of  Canada  bonds.  1929,  5^  p.c $    50,000  00  $    48.500  00 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan.  1933,  5J  p.e 148,. 500  00  148,500  00 

Dom.  of  Canada  War  Loan,  1937,  5',  p.c 31,500  00  31,500  00 

Miscellanfous — 

Canada  Permanent  Mortgage,  1920,  4 J  p.c. . .' 25. 000  00  25. 000  00 

Total  on  deposit  with  Receiver  General S  255.000  00    $  253,500  00    • 

Carried  out  at  market  value $      253,500  00 

Other  Assets  in  Canada. 

Amount  of  loan  secured  by  stock 4, 752  39 

Par  value.    Market  value.       -■Vmount 
loaned. 
SO  shares  Laurentide  Co.,  Ltd $      5,000  00    t    13,350  00    S      4,752  39 

Bonds  held  by  company: —  Par  value.    Market  value. 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan,  1923,  5J  p.c S    25.000  00    $    25,000  00 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan,  1924,  5J  p.c 12,000  00  12,000  00 

Total  par  and  market  values '. $    37,000  00    i    37,000  00 

Carried  out  at  market  value ■. 37,000  00 

Cash  at  head  office .- 1,047  10 

Cash  in  banks,  viz.: — 

Bank  of  Montreal,  Montreal $       1,396  05 

Bank  of  Montreal,  New  York 100  00 

Royal  Bank,  Montreal '. , 22  79 

Total  cash  in  banks .' 1,518  84 

Interest  accrued 3,460  29 

Agents'  balances  and  premiums  uncollected,  viz.: — 

Pire S    15,053  25 

Accident 1,078  33 

Automobile,  (including  Fire  Risk) 4.802  73 

Automobile,  (excluding  Fire  Risk) 2,519  56 

l^iability 82  50  ^ 

Sickness 937  14 

Total 24,473  51 

Office  (umitu'-e  and  plans 2,991  28 

Reinsurance  premiums  due  (Fire) , 3,638  74 

Total  assets  in  Canada $      332,382  15 


FIRE  lySUSAyCE  COMPANIES  105 

SESSIONAQ  PAPER  No.  8 

Car  axd  Qeneral — Continued. 

LLVBILITIES  IX  CANADA. 

Xet  amount  of  fire  claims,  unadjusted $  1,620  00 

automobile  lincluding  fire  risk)  claims,  unadjusted 17  26 

"              automobile  (excluding  fire  risk)  claims,  unadjusted 375  50 

'*               liability  claims,  unadjusted 60  00 

"               sickness  claims,  unadjusted 105  72 

Total  net  amount  of  unsettled  claims $      2,178  48 

Reserv'e  of  unearned  premiums,  viz.: — 

Fire $  43 ,  396  98 

Accident 1 ,  183  52 

Automobile  (including  Fire  Risk) 6, 557  85 

Automobile  (excluding  Fire  Risk) 1 ,  039  75 

Liability 611  85 

Sickness 999  97 

Total,  $53,789.92;  carried  out  at  SO  per  cent 43,031  94 

Taxes  due  and  accrued 3. 229  00 

Due  Royal  Exchange  Assur.  for  proportion  of  office  expenses 3. 057  36 

Total  liabilities  in  Canada $        51,496  78 


INCOME  IX  CANADA. 


Class  of  Business. 

Fire. 

Accident. 

Auto- 
mobile 
(includ- 
ing Fire 

Risk). 

Auto- 
mobile 
(exclud- 
ing Fire 

Risk). 

Liability. 

HaU. 

Sickness. 

$     cts. 
109.838  24 

$     cts. 
1,296  29 

$     cts. 
12,903  12 

t     cts. 
4,554  94 

$     cts. 
1,113  71 

i    cts. 

157,582  90 
3,139  18 

?     cts. 
1  046  03 

Less  reinsurances 

22,041  99 
15,934  00 

426  06 
137  95 

4.017  84 
1,798  16 

2,824  85 
427  36 

374  75 

37  95 

Total  deduction 

37,975  99 

564  01 

5,816  00 

3,252  21 

412  70 

71,862  25 

732  28 

7,087  12 

1,302  73 

1,113  71 

154,443  72 

633  33 

X'et  cash  received  for  premiums  for  all  classes  of  business $      237, 175  14 

Received  for  interest  on  investments 11 ,  894  89 

Bank  exchange j 68  75 


Total  income  in  Canada. 


S      249,138  78 


EXPEXDITURE  IX  CAXADA. 


Class  of  Business. 

Claims. 

Fire. 

Accident. 

Auto- 
mobile 
(includ- 
ing Fire 

Risk). 

Auto- 
mobile 
(exclud- 
ing Fire 

Risk). 

Hail. 

Sickness. 

Paid     for    claims    occurring 

t     cts. 
36,873  17 

8.151  19 

$     cts. 
34  28 

$     cts. 
2,728  24 

$     cts. 
519  90 

201  30 

S     cts. 
90,131  75 

$     cts. 
86  81 

Less  savings  and  salvage 

Less  reinsurance              ...    . 

125  00 
517  92 

Total  deduction            .... 

642  92 

Total  net  payment  for  claims. 

28,721  98 

34  28 

2,085  32 

318  60 

90,131  75 

86  81 

106  DEPARTMEiiT  OF  INSVRA.NCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Car  and  GENERAij-^Concluded. 

EXPENDITURE  IN  CANADA— Concluded. 

Total  net  payments  for  claims  for  all  plasses  of  business $      121, 378  74 

Commission  and  brokerage,  fire,  $10,923.73;  other,  $42,785.22 53.708  95 

Taxes,  fire,  S2,302.11;  other,  S321. 77 2,623  88 

•Salaries,   fees  and   travelling  expenses: — Salaries  of  chief  agency,   $8,851.32;    travelling 

expenses  of  chief  agency  officials,  $1,627.97 10,479  29 

tlliscellaneous  expenditure,  viz.:— Advertising,  $1,533.96;  furniture  and  fixtures,  $701.52; 
legal  expenses,  S126.50  ;  maps  and  plans,  $2,831.28  ;  postage,  telegrams,  telephones 
and  express,  $1,360.95;  printing  and  stationery,  $7,565.41;  rents,  $600;  underwriters'  boards, 
associations,  etc.,  S70.56;  sundries,  $745.67 15,535  85 

Total  expenditure  in  Canada S      203, 726  71 


•($7,866.94  belongs  to  Fire  business.) 
t($9,337.99  belongs  to  Fire  business.) 


SUMM.'VRY  OF   RISKS   AND   PREMIUMS  IN   CANADA. 


Class  of  Business. 

Risks  and  Premiums. 

Fire. 

Accident. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

Taken  in  1919— New... 

2,034 
440 

$ 

24,240,658 
16,459,489 

$       cts. 

129,543  29 

41,648  12 

205 
12 

$ 

346,750 
30,250 

$       cts. 

2.955  27 

172  80 

1,594 

^     7,781,169 
1,824,532 

87,895  17 
12,179  48 

193 
34 

316  500 
52,049 

2,782  47 

415  43 

1,594 

5,956,637 

75,715  69 

159 

264  451 

2,367  04 

Class  of  Business. 

Risks  and  Premiums. 

Automobile 
(Including  Fire  Risk). 

Automobile 
(Excluding  Fire  Risk). 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

Tftkpn  in  1919 — New                 

940 
229 

$ 

1,023,141 
149,176 

$       ets. 
19,261  52 
-2. 188  45 

79 
20 

$ 

790  000 
200,000 

$  cts. 
7.914  36 

3,065  00 

711 

873,965 
237,908 

17.073  07 
3,957  36 

59 
34 

590,000 
340,000 

4.849  36 

2.769  81 

711 

636,057 

13,115  71 

25 

250,000 

2.079  .55 

Class  of  Business. 

Risks  and  Premiums. 

Liability. 

Hail.                           Sickness. 

No. 

Amount. 

Premiums. 

No. 

Amount. 

ftemiums. 

No. 

Premiums. 

Taken  in  1919 — New 

9 

$ 

90,000 

$     cts. 
1,223  71 

1,769 
1.769 

$ 
2,300,663 
2,300,663 

$     cts. 
1.57,582  90 
157,582  90 

166 

8 

$     cts. 

2.487  77 

121  82 

9 

90,000 

1,223  71 

158 

2,365  95 

366  00 

, 

9 

on  non 

1,223  71 

158 

1,999  95 

(For  General  Buainess  Statement,  see  Appendix). 


FIKE  IX.SURAXCE  CO.VPAyiES  107 

SESSIONAU  PAPER  No.  3 

THE  CENTURY  INSURANCE  COMPANY,  LIMITED. 


Statement  for  the  Year  ending  December  31,  1919. 

Chairman,  Henry  Brown — Secretary,  Jno.  R.  Little — Principal  Office,  Edinburgh,  Scotland — 
Chief  Agent  in  Canada,  T.  W.  Greer — Head  Office  in  Canada,  Vancouver,  B.C. 

(Incorporated  1SS.5.     Dominion  license  issued,  December  12,  1917.) 


CAPITAL. 

Amount  of  joint  stock  capital  authorized,  subscribed  £315,000 $  1,53.3.000  00 

Amount  paid  in  cash,  £105,000 511, 000  00 


ASSETS  IN  CANADA. 
Held  solely  for  the  protection  of  Canadian  PolicyhoUers. 

Bonds  on  deposit  with  Receiver  General,  viz.:—  - 

GovernTnents —  Par  value.     Market  value. 

Dom.  of  Canada  Bonds,  1920  1925,  4J  p.c $  5,840  00    ?      5.664  80 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan,  1933,  Sjp.c...-. 30,000  00          30,000  00 

Dom.  of  Canada  Victory  Loan,  1937,  5|  p.c 50,000  00           .50,000  00 

Prov.  of  Alberta,  1943.  4|  p.c 21,413  .33           18,843  73 

Prov.  of  Manitoba,  1953,  4^  p.c 10,220  00            S.993  60 

Prov.  of  Manitoba,  1923,  5  p.c 4,3S0  00            4,336  20 

Prov.  of  Ontario,  1947,4  p.c 25,063  .33          21.303  S3 

Prov.  of  Saskatchewan,  1923,  4  p.c 8,273  34            7,694  20 

City— 

Regina,  Sask.,  4J  p.c 9, 733  33           8,954  67 

Regina,  Sask.,  1952,4!  p.c 4,866  67  .        4.039  33 

Township — 

Richmond,  1962,  4^  p.c 16, 000  00          12, 160  00 

Railway — 
Can.  Northern  Ontario  Ry.,  1st  Mtge.,  (g'teed  by  Dom.  of 

Can),  1961,  3^  p.c 13,140  00           9,460  80 


Total  on  deposit  with  Receiver  General $198,930  00    $  181,451  16 


Carried  out  at  market  value $      181,451  16 

Other  Assets  in  Canada. 

Cash  at  Chief  Agency  in  Canada 1,909  86 

Cash  in  banks,  in  Canada,  viz.: — 

Home  Bank  of  Canada,  Toronto S    20,047  53 

Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  Vancouver 5, 687  58 


Total  cash  in  banks 25, 735  1 1 

Agents'  balances  and  premiums  uncollected  ($204.38  on  business  prior  to  Oct.  1 ,  1919) 33,813  62 

Office  furniture  and  pains ...  894  90 


Total  assets  in  Canada ..$      243,804  65 


LLVBILITIES  IN   CANADA. 

Net  amount  of  claims,  unadjusted  ($3, .333  accrued  in  previous  yeaxs) $  15,449  38 

Reserve  of  unearned  premiums,  $122,302.84  carried  out  at  80  per  cent 97, 842  27 

General  Agency  commissions,  B.C.,  due 7, 740  92 

Reinsurance  premiums 7, 666  54 

Adjustment  expen.ses 157  16 

Taxes  due  and  accrued 5,947  21 


Total  liabilities  in  Canada $      134,803  48 


108  D^PO^RTMEXT  OF  IXSURA?iCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

The  Century  Insurance  Company — Concluded. 

INCOME  IN  CANADA. 

Gross  cash  received  for  premiums $  268, 543  69 

Deduct  reinsurances,  $29,863.20;  return  premiums,  $42,224.78 72,087  98 

Net  cash  received  for  said  premiums. .  j $      196, 455  71 

Received  for  interest 3, 020  67 

Total  income  in  Canada ',  $      199,476  38 

EXPENDITURE  IN  CANADA. 

Paid  for  claims  occurring  in  previous  years.  Fire S    25, 893  76 

Deduct  reinsurances,  $5,596.56;  savings  and  salvage,  $2,241.36 7,837  92 

Net  paid  for  said  claims $    18,055  84 

Paid  for  claims  occurring  during  the  year $    60, 280  86 

Deduct  reinsurances,  $4,958.80;  savings  and  salvage,  $870.52 5,829  32 

Net  paid  for  said  claims $    54,451  54 

Total  net  amount  paid  for  all  claims $  72, 507  38 

Paid  or  allowed  for  commission  or  brokerage 56. 844  64 

Paid  for  tajtes 3, 695  86 

All  other  expenditure:  Advertising,  $80.20;  maps  and  plans,  $248.02;  legal  expenses.  $9  30; 

printing  and  stationery,  $612.36;  underwriters'  boards,  tariff  associations,  etc.,  $1,963.66; 

adjustment  expenses,  $1,393.84 4,307  38 

Total  expenditure  in  Canada $      137, 355  26 

RISKS  AND   PREMIUMS  IN   CANADA. 

Amount.        Premiums. 

Gross  policies  in  force  at  end  of  1918 $  17,054,746    $  205,683  32 

Taken  in  1919,  new 16, 037, 972        271, 113  21 

Total ■ $  33,092.718    $  476,796  53 

Less  ceased 22, 720, 703        204, 791  47 

Gross  in  force  at  end  of  1919 $  10,372,015    $  272,005  06 

Less  reinsured 1 ,  657, 943         35, 387  91 

Net  in  force  at  end  of  1919 $    8,714,072    $  236,617  15 


(For  General  Business  Statement,  see  Appendix.) 


FIRE  lySURASCE  COMPANIES  109 

SESSIONAL!  PAPER   No.  8 

CHIXA  FIRE  IXSURAXCE  COMPAXY,  LIMITED. 


Statement  for  the  Year  ending  December  31,  1919. 

President,  Hon.  P.  H.  Holthoak — General  Manager,  C.  Montague.  Ede Principal  Office, 

Hong  Kong — Chief  Agent  in  Canada,  C.  R.  Dr.^tton — -Head  Office  in  Canada,  Toronto, 
Ont. 

(Incorporated.  1870.     Domioion  license  isaued,  September  II,  1919.) 


CAPITAL. 

Authorized $  1,500,000  00 

Subscribed l.oOO.OOOOO 

Paid  up  in  cash 300, 000  00 


ASSETS  IX   CAXADA. 

Held  solely  for  the  protection  of  Canadian  Policyholders. 

Bond  on  deposit  with  Receiver  General. 

Par  value.     Market  value. 
British  War  Loan,  1929  47,  5  p.c S    27,25.3.3.3    $    25,618  00 


Carried  out  at  market  value $  25, 618  00 

Other  Assets  in  Canada. 

Cash  in  Bank  of  Xova  Scotia,  Vancouver,  B.C 383  U 

Agents'  balances  and  premiums  uncollected 3,814  47 


Total  assets  in  Canada .' %        29,815  61 


LIABILITIES  IX  CAXADA. 

Reserve  of  unearned  premiums,  $3,654.08;  carried  out  at  80  per  cent  thereof S  2, 923  26 

Taies  due  and  accrued 15000 

Reinsurance  premiums 1 ,  243  76 

All  other  liabilities 1,00000 


Total  liabilities  in  Canada $         5,317  02 


IXCOME   IX  CAXADA. 

Gross  cash  received  for  premiums S      2. 983  20 

Deduct  reinsurances,  W18.13;  return  premiums,  S841.78 1.2.59  91 


Total  net  cash  received  for  premiums $  1 ,  723  29 


Total  income  in  Canada $  1, 723  29 


EXPEXDITL'RE   IX   CAXADA. 

Paid  for  commission  or  brokerage S  1 ,  073  51 

Paid  for  taxes 260  00 

Paid  for:  Salaries  of  general  and  special  agents,  $268.29;  travelling  expenses,  J5.99 .  274  28 

Miscellaneous  expenditure,  viz.:  Advertising,  $35.54;  legal  expenses,  $75;    maps  and   plans, 
$75.;    postage,     telegrams,     telephones   and   express,   $4.85;  printing   and   stationery, 

$467.25;  rents,  $36.53;  sundry  expenses,  $38.19 7.32  36 


Total  expenditure  in  Canada $         2. 340  15 


110  DEPARTMEST  OF  ISSVRAXCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

China  Fire — Concluded. 

RISKS  AND  PREMIUMS  IX  CANADA. 

Amount.         Premiums. 

Taken  in  1919,  new $        428,58.5    $      6,797  67 

Less  ceased 55, 500  1 .  002  73 


Gross  in  force  at  end  of  I9I9 $        373,085    $      5.794  94 

Less  reinsured 122, 600  1, 569  01 


Net  in  force  at  end  of  1919 f        250,485    $      4.225  93 


{For  General  Business  Statement,  see  Appendix.) 


FISE  INSURAlfCE  COMPANIES  111 

SESSIONAL.  PAPER   No.  8 

CITIZENS'  INSURANCE  COMPANY  OF  MISSOURI. 


Statement  for  the  Year  E>fDiNG  December  31,  1919. 

President,  Chas.  E.  Chase — Secretary,  P.  O.  Crocker — Principal  Office,  St.  Louis,  Mo. — Chief 
Agent  in  Canada,  C.  H.  Macaulay — Head  Office  in  Canada,  Vancouver,  B.C. 

(Incorporated,  1837.     Dominion  license  issued,  December  4,  1917.) 


CAPITAL. 
Amount  of  joint  stock  capital  authorized,  subscribed,  and  paid  in  cash ; $      200,000  00 


ASSETS   IN   CANADA. 
Held  solely  for  the  protection  of  Canadian  Policyholders. 

Bond  on  deposit  with  Receiver  General. 

Par  value.     Market  value. 
Dominion  of  Canada  War  Loan,  1927,  5}  p.c $    25,000  00    $    25,000  00 


Carried  out  at  market  value $        25, 000  00 

Other  Assets  in  Canada. 

Cash  in  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  Vancouver,  B.C 

Agents'  balances  and  premiums  uncollected  ($243.51  on  business  prior  to  Oct.  1,  1919) 

Total  assets  in  Canada 


LIABILITIES   IN   CANADA. 


Net  amount  of  claims,  adjusted  and  unpaid 

Reser%'e  of  unearned  premiums,  $8,347.66;  carried  out  at  80  per  cent  thereof. 

Taxes,  due  and  accrued 

Return  premiums,  $2,395.79;  reinsurance,  —$3.35 


y 

Total  liabilities  in  Canada       


INCOME  IN  CANADA. 


15,490  38 

7,259  29 

$ 

47,749  67 

-.$ 

204  OS 
6,678  13 
2, 145  57 
2,392  44 

$ 

11,420  19 

Gross  cash  received  for  premiums $    42, 165  87 

Deduct  reinsurances,  —$8.41;  return  premiums,  $9, .565.49  9,557  08 


Total  net  cash  received  for  premiums $        32, 608  79 

Interest  on  bank  deposit 158  82 


Total  income  in  Canada $        32, 767  61 


EXPENDITURE  IN  CANADA. 

Net  amount  paid  for  claims  occurring  in  previous  years 

Amount  paid  for  claims  occurring  during  the  year 

Less  reinsurance,  $6.65;  savings  and  salvage,  $149.60 

Net  amount  paid  for  said  claims 


$ 

3  69 

$ 

3,861  34 
156  25 

$ 

3,705  09 

$ 

Total  net  amount  paid  for  claims $  3, 708  78 

Paid  for  commission  or  brokerage 5, 795  78 

Paid  for  taxes 1,026  02 

Miscellaneous  expenditure,  viz.:'  UnderaTiters'  boards,  tariff  associations,  etc.,  $416.38; 

license,  $5;  adjusting  expense,  $37.13. .                                                                             458  51 


Total  expenditure  in  Canad? $        10,989  09 


112  D)EPART^rEyT  OF  IXSURAXCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Citizens'  Insurance  Company — Continued. 

RISKS  AND   PREMIUMS  IN  CANADA. 

Amount.        Premiums. 

Gross  in  force  at  end  of  1918 $    3,736,446    $    44,570  06 

Taken  in  1919,  new '. 5,051,211  71.206  31 

Total S    8,787,657    $115,776  37 

Less  ceased 4 ,  366, 050         44, 621  89 

Gross  in  force  at  end  of  1919 $    4,421,607    $    71,154  48 

Less  reinsured 2,813,045         54,917  45 

Net  in  force  at  end  of  1919 $    1,608,562    $    16,237  03 


General  Business  Statement  for  the  Year  ending  December  31,  1919. 

INCOME. 

Total  premium  income r S  348. 355  95 

Received  for  interest  and  dividends : . ..' 31,490  54 

Total  income $  379,846  49 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Net  amount  paid  for  claims S  202.604  49 

Expenses  of  adjustment  and  settlement  of  clalias. 2, 041  10 

Paid  stockholders  for  interest  or  dividends .' 16,000  00 

Agents'  commissions  or  brokerage .- 116,217  93 

Salaries,  feos  and  all  other  charges  of  officers,  directors,  trustees  and  home  office  employees  196  92 

Rents 1 16  95 

Federal  ta.\es 6, 729  47 

Insurance  Department,  licenses  and  fees,  etc 1 ,  819  34 

Decrease  on  account  of  reinsurance  treaties 143, 662  08 

All  other  disbursements 142  64 

Total  disbursements $  489, 530  92 

LEDGER  ASSETS. 

Mortgage  loans  on  real  estate,  first  liens S  4^.  100  00 

Book  value  of  bonds  and  stocks  owned 527. 444  51 

Cash  in  banks  and  trust  companies 390,987  17 

Agents'  balances 138, 468  75 

Total  ledger  assets S  1.098,000  43 

NON-LEDGER  ASSETS. 

Interest  accrued 9'  '50  37 

Gross  assets $  1. 107, 150  80 

Deduct  assets  not  admitted ■IS,  534  51 

Total  admitted  assets $  1,061.616  29 


PUBLIC  ACCOUXTS 


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Statement  showing  the  Yearly  Subsidj-  Payments  made  to  various  Railways 
from  1884  to  March  31,  1919— Continued. 


To  Whom  Paid. 


Brought  forward 


1905. 


Atlantic  and  North  Western  Ry.  Co 

Atlantic  and  Lake  Superior  Ry.  Co 

Algoma  Central  and  Hudson's  Bay  Ry.  Co...    , 

Bruce  Mines  and  Aleoma  Ry.  Co 

Beersville  Coal  and  Ry.  On 

Canadian  Pacific  Ry.— Pheasant  HUls  Branch. 

Halifax  and  South  Western  Ry.  Co 

Kootenay  and  Arrowhead  Ry.  Co 

Lindsay,  Bobcaygeon  and  Pontypool  Ry.  Co. . . 

Middleton  and  V  ictoria  Beach  Ry.  Co 

Orford  Mountain  Ry.  Co 

South  Shore  Ry.— Canadian  Bridge  Co 

St.  Mary's  River  Ry.  Co 


1906. 

Atlantic  and  North  Western  Ry.  Co 

Northern  Colonization  Ry.  Co 

Kootenay  and  .Arrowhead  Ry.  Co 

Orford  Mountain  Ry.  Co 

Restigouche  and  Western  Ry.  Co 

Quebec  and  Lake  St.  .John  Ry.  Co  

•Middleton  and  Victoria  Beach  Ry.  Co 

James  Bay  Ry.  Co 

Halifax  and  South  Western  Ry.  Co 

Nicola,  Kamloops,  Similkameen  Coal  and  Ry.  Co 
Chateauguay  and  Northern  Ry.  Co  


1907. 

Atlantic  and  North  Western  Ry.  Co  

Klond yke  Mines  Ry.  Co 

Canadian  Pacific  Ry..Co.  (Staynerville  Branch)  . . . 

Bay  of  t^uinte  Ry.  Co 

Broekville,  Westport  and  Sault  Ste.  Marie  Ry.  Co. 

Midland  Ry.  Co 

International  Ry.  Co.  of  New  Brunswick 

Quebec  and  Lake  St.  .lohn  Ry.  Co 

Middleton  and  Victoria  Beach  Ry.  Co 

Jame-s  Bay  Ry.  Co ' 

Halifax  and  &uth  Western  Ry.  Co 

Chateauguay  and  Northern  Ry.  Co 

1908. 

Canadian  Northern  Quebec  Ry .  Co 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Ry.  Co 

Ottawa,  Northern  and  Western  Ry.  Co 

Central  Ontario  Railway  Co   

Kettle  River  Valley  Rv.  Co 

Colchester  Coal  and  Ry.  Co 

Minudie  Coal  Co., -.imited 

Napierville  .Junction  Ry.  Co    

Atlantic,  Quebec  and  \Vestem  Ry.  Co 

York  and  Carleton  Ry.  Co 

Carried  forward 

2—8 


186,600  00 
42,336  86 

341,440  00 
25,120  00 
20,736  00 
56,576  00 

291,842  00 
4,176  15 

185,173  06 

47,789  00 

38,250  00 

3,456  46 

32,134  00 


186, 

75, 

89, 

45, 

50, 

86, 

50, 

651, 

176, 

110, 

116, 


600  00 
376  00 
076  00 
764  50 
070  07 
016  00 
303  80 
264  ilO 
512  00 
592  OO 
000  00 


186,600  00 

96,000  00 

9,600  00 

72,602  45 

35,600  00 

4,967  70 

51,200  00 

67,712  00 

27,667  20 

420,608  00 

268,107  20 

84,224  75 


256,870  40 

244,224  00 

4,243  20 

76,861  36 

97,771  52 

12,800  00 

18,  .544  00 

173,440  00 

64.000  00 

14,560  00 


eta. 


28,846,681  16 


1,275,629  53 


1,637,574  37 


1,324,889  30 


963,314  48    33,084,774  36 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Statement  showing  the  Yearly  Subsidy  Payments  made  to  various  Railways 
from  1884  to  March  31,  1919— Continued. 


To  Whom  Paid. 


Brought  forward . . 

IQOS— Concluded. 

Nicola,  Kamloops  and  Similkameeu  Coal  and  Ry.  Co. 

Quebec  Central  Ry.  Co 

Orford  Mountain  Ry.  Co 

Edmonton,  Yukon  and  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

Halifax  and  .South  Western  Ry.  Co 

Quebec  and  Lake  St.  .John  Ry.  Co 

Midland  Ry.  Co     

Canadian  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

Klondyke  Mines  Ry.  Co. 

Atlantic  and  North  Western  Ry.  Co 

Quebec  Railway  Subsidies 


1909. 

Canadian  Northern  Quebec  Ry.  Co 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Ry.  Co  .  . . . , 
International  Ry.  Co.  of  New  Brunswick 

Central  Ontario  Ry.  Co   .      .    

St.  Maurice  Valley  Ry.  Co 

Maritime  Coal,  Railway  and  Power  Co. . 
St.  Mary's  and  Western  Ontario  Ry.  Co 

North  Shore  Ry.  Co 

Atlantic,  Quebec  and  We-stern  Ry.  Co. . . 

Northern  Colonization  Ry.  Co 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Ry.  Co.. 
Atlantic  and  North  Western  Ry.  Co. .  - . , 


1910. 

Canadian  Northern  Quebec  Ry.  Co 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

Canadian  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

International  Ry.  Co.  of  New  Brunswick 
Atlantic,  Quebec  and  Western  Ry.  Co. . 

Gape  I'reton  Ry .  Co 

Northern  Colonization  Ry.  Co 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Ry.  Co. .    . 
Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Ry .  Co . 


1911. 


Atlantic,  Quebec  and  Western  Ry.  Co  ... , 
International  Ry.  Co.  of  New  Brunswick. 

Central  Ontario  Ry.  Co 

Quel«c  Central  Hy.  Co 

Liverpool  and  Milton  Ry.  Co.,  Ltd 

Manitoulin  and  North  Shore  Ry.  Co 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Ry.  Co. . . 

Canada  and  Gulf  Tinninal  Ry.  Co 

.St.  Maurice  Valley  Ry.  Co 

Canadian  Northern  IJuebec  Ry.  Co 

Canadian  Nortliern  Ontario  Ry.  Co 


Carried  forward. 


S   cts, 
963,314  48 


190  208  00 
o5,ti38  69 
24,128  00 
91,200  00 

316,567  73 

73,472*00 

31,892  40 

3,424  00 

101,184  00 

186,600  00 
1,394,000  00 


55. 

556,; 

189, 
35, 

112. 

3, 

67, 

6, 

92, 

68, 

367, 
43, 

186. 


449  60 
864  00 
849  60 
404  64 
640  00 
200  00 
344  00 
880  00 
672  00 
320  00 
249  00 
414  55 
600  00 


164, 

550, 
334, 
187, 
208, 
14, 
153, 
250, 
184, 


172  29 

5?1  96 
160  00 
494  40 
896  00 
400  CO 
120  00 
982  10 
320  00 


31. 
169, 

24. 
129, 

32, 

68, 
303, 

60, 
144, 

60, 
144, 

lie, 


334  40 
.536  00 
601  32 
320 101 
000  00 
(kS8  72 
679  04 

(m  00 

,S03  84 
480  00 
608  51 
889  60 


S   cts. 
33,084,771  36 


4,431,629  30 


1,785,887  39 


2,048,097  05 


1,284,892  04 


42,(53.5,280  14 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Statement  showing  the  Yearly  Subsidy  Payments  made  to  various  Rail  ways 

from  1884  to  March  31,  1919— Contiyiued. 
I 


To  Whom  Paid. 


Brought  forward . 


1912. 


The  Central  Ontario  Ry.  Co 

The  St.  Mary's  and  Western  Ontario  Ry.  Co. . 
The  Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Ry.  Co. . . 

The  Canada  and  Gulf  Terminal  Ry.  Co 

The  Cjuebec  and  Lake  St.  .John  Ry.  Co 

The  Canadian  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

The  Atlantic,  t,)uebec  and  Western  Ry.   Co. . . . 
The  Algouia  Central  and  Hudson  Bay  Ry.  Co 

The  Canadian  Northern  Quebec  Ry.  Co 

The  Thesisalon  and  Northern  Ry.  Co 

The  Kettle  River  Valley  Ry.  Co 

'The  Quebec  and  Saeruenay  Ry.  Co 

The  Vancouver  and  Lulu  Island  Ry.  Co 


1913. 


The  Canadian  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

The  Quebec  and  Saguenay  F.y,  Co 

The  Ha  Ha  Bay  Ry.  Co 

The  Northern  New  Brujiswick  and  Seaboard  Ry.  Co. 

The  Canadian  Northern  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

The  Algoraa  Eastern  Ry.  Co 

The  Orford  Mountain  Ry.  Co 

The  Algoma  Central  and  Hudson  Bay  Ry.  Co 

The  Quelx!c  Central  Ry.  Co 

The  Atlantic,  Queljec  and  Western  Ry.  Co 

The  Esquimau  and  Nanainio  Ry.  Co 

The  Southampton  Rv.  Co 

The  Kettle  River  Valley  Ry.  Co 

The  Fredericton  and  Grand  Lake  Coal  and  Ry.  Co 

The  St.  John  and  Quebec  Ry.  Co 


1914. 


The  Algoma  Eastern  Ry.  Co 

The  Canadian  Northern  Pacific  Ry.  Co 

The  Canadian  Northern  Alberta  Ry.  Co 

The  Canadian  Nf)rthefn  Ontario  Ry.  Co 

The  Northern  New  Brunswick  and  Seaboard  Ry.  Co. . 

The  Alj^oma  Central  and  Hudson  Bay  Ry.  Co 

The  St.  .John  and  Quebec  Ry.  Co 

The  Central  Railway  Co.  of  Canada 

The  Teniiskaming  and  Northern  Ontario  Ry.  Co 

The  Suutiiainpton  Railway  Co 

The  L.^ke  Erie  and  Northern  Ry.  Co , 

The  (Quebec  and  .Saguenay  Ry.  Co 

The  Ha  Ha  Bay  Ry.  Co 

The  Canadian  Pacific  Rv.  Co 

The  Alberta  Central  Railway  Co.   

The  Kettle  River  V'alley  Ry.  Co 

The  Central  Ontario  Ry.  Co 

The  Tilsonburg,  Lake  Erie  and  Pacific  Ry.  Co 


826  17 

365  00 

2.3,835  '^•0 

C5,24!)  75 

27,520  00 

108.608  00 

91.279  60 

133,584  00 

86,468  03 

6,112  00 

148,800  00 

104,992  00 

61,760  00 


85,546  43 

27,611  60 
148.148  20 

86,528  00 

2,705,378  00 

254,089  40 

9,984  00 

394,s.59  44 

8,576  00 

414,618  00 

365,440  00 

48,442  88 
107,138  40 
104,996  04 
174,i20  96 


Carried  forward . 


179,897  01 

2,520,281  00 

2,832,024  00 

8,948,809  47 

21,632  00 

436.304  00 

364,617  42 

30,145  02 

2,i:f4.080  00 

32,S.37  12 

135,129  60 

116,167  68 

66,919  28 

344,682  27  I 

119,712  00 

699,389  60 

969  30 

32,640  00 


cts. 


42,635,280  14 


859,400  25 


4,935,507  35 


19,036,236  77 


67,406,424  61 


2— 8A 


116 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


Statement  showing  the  Yearly  Subsidy  Payments  made  to  various  Railways 
from  1884  to  March  31,  1919— Concluded. 


To  Whom  Paid. 


Brought  forward . 


1915. 

The  Fredericton  and  Grand  Lake  Co.il  and  Railway  Company . 

The  Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway  Company    

The  Atlantic  and  Lake  Superior  Railway  Company 

The  St.  John  and  Quebec  Railway  Company 

The  Ha  Ha  Bay  Railway  Company 

The  Algoma  Central  and  Hudson  Bay  Railway  Company 

Tho  Esquimau  and  Nanaimo  Railway  Company 

The  Kootenay  Central  Railway  Company    

The  Canadian  Northern  Pacitic  Railway  Company 

The  Canadian  Northern  Alberta  Railway  Company 

The  Algoma  Eastern  Railway  Company 

The  Alberta  Central  Railway  Company 

•The  Kettle  River  Valley  Railway  Company 


1916. 


Quebec  Central  Railway ■ .  ■ 

International  Railway  of  New  Bnmswick. 

Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway 

Kettle  Valley  Railw.ay 

Canadian  Pacific  Railway 

Alberta  Central  Railway ^ 

Canadian  Northern  Pacific  Railway 


1917. 


Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway 

Edmont(m,  Dunvegan  and  British  Columbia  Railway . 

Ha  Ha  Bay  Railway 

Kettle  Valley  Railway 

Lake  Erie  and  Northern  Ontario  Railway 


1918. 


Canadian  Njrthern  Ontario  Railway 

Canadian  Northern  Pacific  Railway 

Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Railway. 
St.  John  and  Quebec  Railwi.y   


1919. 


Canadian  Northern  Ontario  Railway. 
Canadian  Northern  Alberta  Railway . 


111,579  96 

343.335  SO 

18,449  17 

59,581  32 

16,158  72 

138,980  56 

405,120  00 

,065,856  00 

178,077  80 

262,080  00 

13,022  87 

209,768  00 

369,497  28 


43,161  60 

791  93 

495,604  83 

460,691  49 

80,032  00 

75,000  00 

244,889  57 


358,180  41 
125,202  84 
2.15  80 
290,902  43 
185,062  40 


80,963  37 
338,893  63 

14,630  94 
285,916  81 


17,909  32 
25,896  00 


67,466,424  51 


5,191,507  48 


1,400,171  42 


959,583  88 


720,404  75 


43,805  32 
75,781,897  36 


10  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2  A.  1920 


REVENUE   STATEMENT 


117 


118 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund  for  Fiscal  Years 

1917-18  and  1918-19. 


Cuttoms — 

Ontario 

Queliec   ., 

Nova  Scotia .  —     

New  Brunswick 

Prince  Edward  Island.. 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

British  Uolumbia. 

Yukon  ...       

British  P.O.  Parcels. . 


Less  returned  duties  and  draw- 
backs .    .   


Chinese  Immigration  . 


Excise — 

Ontario 

Quebec   . .       

Nova  Scotia 

New  Brunswick 

Prince  Edward  Island. 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

British  OJumbia. .      . . 
Yukon .    . .  - 


Less  refunds. . . 
Methylated  spirits  . 


Post  Office— 

Balance  due  by  postmasters  .... 
Postage  stamps,  postcards,  etc. . 
Postage  paid   in   cash  on  news- 
papers   

Postage  paid  in  cash  on  .3rd  class 

printed  matter 

Rent  on  boxes  and  drawers .... 
Commission  on  money  orders. . 

Commission  on  ix)8tal  notes 

Profit   m    exchange    on    money 

order  business ..... 

Profit    in    exchange  on   British 

IK>stal  order  business.  ....   . 

Commission  on  United  Kingdom 

postal  order  business 

Transit  charge  on  correspondence 

from  other  countries .    . 

Postage  on   parcels  from  other 

countries 

Void  money  orders 

Collections  for  rural  mail  boxes 
Miscellaneous 


Amount  to  be  adjusted  1919.20.. 
Carried  forward 


1917-18. 


79,98G, 

42,!l'.l.5, 

4,3S0, 

4,2;i4, 

129, 

ll,fi7-t, 
4,012, 
3,  SOU, 

10,227, 
118, 


cts. 

726  97 
fit  7  72 
547  C5 
2til  27 
tiOO  47 
995  90 
6.i6  92 
410  92 
SI  9  04 
012  25 
1G2  03 


161,633,811  76 
17,461,182  06 


4,792.228  15 

18,930,455  53 

92,314  98 

73,588  58 

25,943  32 

2,001,497  64 

125,544  13 

51,. 505  86 

902,568  13 

8,946  05 


27,004,394  37 
235,116  85 


26,769,477  52 
398,967  75 


27,161  61 
23,681,229  82 

291,539  21 

515,772  55 
200,054  06 
891,822  71 
134,516  45 


528  01 

9.32  28 

664,004  80 

?30,647  50 
53,1.32  58 
36,603  00 
19,280  67 


26,847,205  25 


144,172,620  70 
208,963  69 


27,168,445  27 


1918-19. 


cts. 


171,550,040  06 


15S,13S,377  34 
10,969,189  36 


3,260,257  37 

25,959,192  fl 

69,973  10 

69,557  45 

47,127  92 

300,0.57  01 

124,478  73 

19,519  70 

240,962  06 

6,605  22 


30,163,733  09 
144,281  80 


30,019,451  29 
322,582  97 


27.161  61 
24,421.401  23 

291.104  12 

582,010  24 

211,. 317  10 

1,071,820  80 

131,913  35 

16,508  71 

426  61 

764  80 

399,797  04 

338  885  71 
27,854  78 
38,082  00 
31,010  89 

829  44 


27. .592, 154  43 


147,169,187  98 
2,026,669  00 


30,342,034  26 


179,537,891  24 


PUBLIC  ACGOVNTS 


119 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund  for  Fiscal  Years 
1917-18  and  1918-19.— Con^imterf. 


Brought  forward 

Post  Office — Concluded. 

Deductions — 
Salaries,  allowances,  etc.  . . 

Discounts  to  stamp  vendors  and 
postmasters,  and  compensa- 
tion to  messengers  for  special 
delivery  letters 

Losses  by  fire,  burglary,  etc . . 

Balance  of  commission  paid  to 
other  countries  on  Money 
Order  business 

Transit  charges  on  correspon- 
dence to  other  countries 

Postage  on  parcels  to  other  coun- 
tries    

Loss  in  exchange  on  Money 
Order  business  with  other 
countries    

Balance  due  by  Postmaster.    . 


Total  post  office. 


PublM  Works— 

Graving  docks 

Slides  aiid  booius. 
Telegraphs 


Less  refunds. 


Minor  Public  Works — 

Ferries 

Wharves  and  piers.. 
H:irbours 


Railu-aiis^ 
Canadian  Government  Railways- 
Passenger  

Freight 

Mails 

Express 

Miscellaneous 

Transportation  water  lines,  pas- 
sengers, freight,  etc 

Miscellaneous  operations 

Telegraph  and  telephones.    .    . . 

.Joint  facilitiep 

Hire  of  equipment 


Lbss  Income  Account- 
Hire     of     equipment, 
taxes,  etc  


rentals, 


Carried  forward . 


1917-18. 


S         cts. 
26,847,205  2o 


4,24fi,735  58 


169,374  90 
9,102  43 


40,  .587  98 
116,687  51 
831,372  01 


60,788  75 
27,161  61 


5,501,810  77 


55,684  16 

?6, 187  92 

204,877  43 


286,749  51 


2,013  33 

94,101  52 

1,157  22 


6,808,304  80 

19,948,041  71 

425,551  24 

748,288  98 

169,075  07 

423,009  43 


2>',  522, 331  23 


1,345,812  65 


27,176,518  58 


$         cts. 
171,550,040  66 


21,345,394  48 


286,749  51 


97,272  07 


193,279,456  72 


1918-19. 


S        CCS. 
27,592,154  43 


4,989,231  44 


173,497  78 
5,909  96 


38,497  39 

58,860  3S 

695,453  78 


27,161  61 


5,988,612  34 


72,401  24 

16,763  45 

231,331  65 


320,496  34 
2,949  40 


2,357  00 

75,002  58 

1,157  50 


8,280,611  46 

27,201,205  07 

423,518  86 

816,840  50 

181,579  86 

5.38,966  83 

620,646  45 

22,935  94 

23,691  90 

64,818  92 


38,174,818  79 


269,020  91 


37,905,797  88 


S        cts. 
179,537,891  24 


21,603,542  09 


317,546  94 


79,117 


201,538,09;  35 


120 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund  for  Fiscal 
Years  1917-lS  and  1918-19. 


Broiight  forward . 


St.  John  and  Quebec  Railtcay— 

Passenger 

Freight 

Mail  and  Express 

Miscellaneous    

Half  of  difference  between  oper- 
ation expen!?e9    and   eaminj 
charged    against    Revenue   in 
error  1916-17 


Less— Hire    of    equipment,    rental, 
etc 


Total  Railways 

Canals — 

Chambly 

Murray 

Chats  Falls 

Carillon  and  Grenville 

Rideau    . 

Sault  Ste.  Marie 

Beauhamois 

Cardinal 

Cornwall 

Monti-eal  (Lachine) 

Ste.  Anne's  Lock  and  Canal . . . 

Soulanges 

St.  Peters 

Trent 

Welland  Ship  Canal 

Welland   

Port  Colborne  Elevator 


1917-18. 


S        cts. 
27,176,518  58 


29,993  11 

55,011  55 

2,999  22 

110  00 


2,977  51 
91,091  39 
95,401  83 


Interest  on  Investrjunts — 

Ix>ans  to   Banks,    Finance  Act, 

i9U........ 

Interest  on  sinking  funds 

Interest    on    Montreal    harbour 

debentures 

St.   John's   bridge  and   railway 

extension    

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Railway 
Canadian  Northern  Railway . . 
Interest  on  Province  of  Quebec 

d-^bt  account 

Interest  on  cuirent  account  with 

Bank  of  Montreal,  London. 
Bank  of  Montreal,  New  "i'ork, 

interest  on  current  account. . . . 
Montreal    Turnpike    Trust    Co. 
Loans  to  banks    "on  call"... 
J.  P.  Morgan  &  Co.,  New  York. 
The  Universal  Radio  Syndicate 

Loans 

Province  of  Ontario  Loan 

Province  of  Saskatchewan  Loan. 
Province    of    British    Columbia 

Loan 

Province  of  Manitoba  Loan 

Huron  and  Krie  Mortgage  Cor- 
poration Loan 

Grand  Trunk  Kailway  Company 

Iioan 

Imperial  Government  Account. . 


Carried  forward . 


4,310  44 


785  00 

248  00 

1  00 

515  00 

8,956  65 

8ft  00 

14,8is  15 

1,660  10 

14,220  16 

140,392  81 

215  83 

3,632  77 

7  00 

3,829  04 

2,8.32  50 

59,504  39 

163,164  82 


754,792  0! 
705,478  38 

846,629  76 

17,356  00 
992,800  00 
672, 163  81 

58,944  38 

17  16 

254,151  29 

5,500  00 

114, 3:«  82 

44,657  52 


S    cts. 
193,279,456  72 


27,172,208  14 


414,868  22 


4,466,724  13 


226,333,257  21 


1918-19. 


S   cts. 
37,905,797  88 


32,270  14 

101,987  94 

3,407  11 

1,520  02 


139,185  21 
77,432  25 


61,752  96 


785  00 

253  00 

2  00 

1,159  00 

6,102  36 

60  ■:o 

14,816  15 

1,661  10 

15,545  62 

141,641  73 

377  15 

3,505  60 

7  00 

3,866  80 

4,137  50 

64,058  21 

129,676  68 


2,395,643  02 
430,019  06 

868,291  59 

34,712  00 
992,800  00 
774,672  16 

58,944  38 

1,211  37 

373,750  57 

5,500  00 

75,950  00 


2,763  17 
130,000  00 
162,500  00 

1.50,070  64 
10,513  70 

11,650  60 

17.812  00 
924,197  32 


$   cts. 
201,538,097  35 


37,%7,550  84 


387,654  90 


7,421,001  58 


247,314,304  67 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund  for  Fiscal  Years 

1917-18  and  1918-19. 


1917-18. 

1918-19. 

S         cts. 

$         cts. 
225,333,257  21 

256,317  21 

2,362,262  93 

7,929  75 

100,336  46 

628.252  74 

S        cts. 

223,734  78 
8,369  07 

958  ,50 
1,965  00 
2.958  64 
1,025  34 

334  05 

239,345  38 
3,814  35 

235,531  03 

43,900  89 

1,630  63 

1,415  00 

477  70 

331  75 

216  00 

S           cts. 
247,314,304  67 

Patents— 

Patents   .. 

Assignments 

213,763  89 
7.978  48 
1. 173  80 
1,804  55 
2,624  32 
542  13 
391  90 

Caveats 

Certified  copies 

Subscriptions  to  Record 

Sundries 

Less— Refunds 

228,278  57 
4,226  64 

224.051  93 

Trade  mxirks — 

Trade  marks 

Copvriffhts    

37.827  63 

1.681  15 

1,190  90 

454  65 

257  25 

60  55 

41,472  13 
9,206  85 

32,265  28 

Timber  marks  . .    .       

Less— Refunds 

47,971  97 
7.794  15 

40,177.82 

Total  Patents  Fees 

118.608  53 

43  11 

1  00 

453.224  64 

59.357  40 

995  28 

305  60 

116  04 

31,147  42 

275,708  85 

Casual  Revenue— 

Agriculture       

97,5a5  01 
61  10 

Archives       

Canadian  Registration  Board . . . 

100,858  47 

1,076  24' 
18  90 

Canadian  Fuel  Control  

Commission  of  Conservation 

Exchequer  Court 

External   Affairs  

6,035  00 

1  45 

1,339,499  88 

6,624  85 

22,608  29 

10,721  21 

9.563  69 

Finance 

1,100,191  .54 

7.095  90 
12,495  27 

4,986  08 
13.096  31 

8.096  32 
8,185  18 
1,432  90 

'■228,i23"46' 

3,794  82 

3.231   10 

167,930  90 

1,040  30 

77.856  68 

209.381  50 

213,087  91 

51   13 

170,179  10 

6,405  58 

9,716  77 

Inland  Revenue 

Interior 

Immigration 

Justice 

5,880  71 

1,243  07 

5  00 

50,785  18 

2,071  66 

750  47 

48,693  63 

140  00 

88.835  86 

133.971  89 

231.306  10 

186  98 

170,833  71 

6.551  11 

26,353  47 

Labour  

Mines   

Naval  Service 

Post  Office 

Printing  and  Stationery 

Public  Works 

Railways  and  Canals 

R.N.W.  Mounted  Police 

Secretary  of  State  

Senate 

2,910,189  73 
4,819  27 

Fines  U7ul  Forfeitures 

228,815  17 
632,848  90 

Premium,  Discount  and  Exchange 

Carry  forward 

228,688,356  30 

251.266,686  59 

122 


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Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund  for  Fiscal  Years 

1917-18  and  1918-19. 


1917-18. 

1918 

-19. 

Brought  forward 

Mariner^a  Fund— 
Quebec                 

S        cts. 

26,154  21 
10,992  59 
10,364  95 
190  57 
16,649  35 

S         cts. 
228,688,356  30 

63,635  70 

79,920  35 

2,792  80 

56,319  05 

139,584  00 
1,342  18 

8,902  00 

71,227  96 
58,763  24 

S         cts. 

32,103  03 

9,698  84 

11,453  15 

172  26 

16,063  74 

S          cts. 
251.266.686  59 

New  Brunswick 

British  Columbia 

Less — Refunds 

64,351  67 
715  97 

69,491  02 
247  37 

Electric  Light ^ 

79,520  35 
400  00 

87,421  25 
650  00 

69,243  65 

Export  Licenses  Electric  Powsr. . . 

Steamboat  Inspection— 

Steamboat  Insjiection 

],.58S  80 
1.204  00 

1,486  11 
1,288  50 

88,071  25 

Oaa  Inspection — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

New  Brunswick , 

Nova  Scotia 

Prince  Edward  Island 

AlberU , 

British  Columbia .   ...    

31.274  95 

15,678  35 

734  60 

396  90 

2,'649'46 

1,761  50 
3,823  35 

33,685  10 

13,465  60 

952  10 

230  SO 

2,44i'65' 

1,571  70 
3,354  50 

2,774  61 

Weights  and  Measures — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

56,131  00 

31,628  35 

2, 164  50 

2,972  60 

636  45 

12,471  30 

19,035  15 

10,921  00 

3,676  15 

6  30 

50,069  45 

27,810  10 

3,587  55 

3,247  55 

.S.30  35 

15,010  00 

21,574  85 

9,864  20 

3,412  15 

55,701  45 

Prince  Edward  Island 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British  Columbia. 

Less— Refunds    

139,642  80 
58  80 

134,906  20 
16,50 

Culling  Timber 

Law  Stamps— 

ExchequerCourt       

4.510  50 
2.»00  50 
1,591  00 

3,198  00 
3,. 575  10 
1,855  00 

134,889  70 
1,229  49 

Supreme  Court     

Penitentiaries- 
Kingston   

St.  Vincent  de  Paul 

21,197  71 
9,620  13 

11,331  84 
8,6.52  83 
7,229  08 
6,901  82 
6,2!I4  55 

59.165  58 
19.925  69 
12,846  01 
13.990  69 

5,165  39 
13,910  40 

7.954  37 

8,628  10 

British  Columbia 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

132,958  13 
64,683  9S 

Carry  forward   

229,170,84."  58 

251,824,866  95 

PUBLIC  ACCOUlfTS 


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Comparative  Statement  of    Receipts   from  Consolidated    Fund,    for    Fiscal 

Years  1917-18  and  1918-19. 


1917-18. 

1918-19. 

Brought  fr>rward         .... 

■S        cts. 

S        cts. 
229,170.843  58 

114,572  39 

4,179  00 

32,006  92 

29,946  94 

612  00 

9,581  38 
39,176  67 

18,228  33 
4,207  .50 

77  60 

S        cts. 

S       cts. 
251,824,866  95 

Fi^hcries-^ 

2,345  48 
7,664  73 
6,663  94 

14,439  53 
3,260  26 

12,910  65 
9,777  94 
3,643  65 

53,665  21 
375  00 

631  85 
8,125  fO 
7,629  31 

16,420  52 
2,561  19 

12,780  20 

10,293  15 
4, 982  83 

59,349  94 
425  00 

Quebec ...    . 

New  Bruuewick 

Prince  Kdward  Island     

Manitoba 

Alberta     

Saskatchewan 

British  Columbia 

Yukon 

Less— Refunds. . , 

114,746  39 
174  00 

123,199  79 
85  50 

123,114    29 

29,413  70 

20  068  07 

Lighthouse  and  Coast 

335  00 

39  10 

9,389  33 

15  00 

137  95 

2,027  41 
11,446  51 

147  00' 

Montcalm 

Druid   

Rouville 

13,620  92 
54,428  13 

Military  College — 

2.075  .58 
15,841  84 
18,037  42 

42,190  00 
17606' 

Militia— 

Amunition,  Stores  and  Clothing 
Rente 

4.382  12 
6,406  43 
7,439  78 

Micellaneous 

35,954  84 
11,568  00 

Ciril  Service  Examination  Fees 

Exchequer  Courts   Reports 

Dominion  Lands— 

Homestead  Fee-s 

Pre-emption  Fees 

Sale  Fees   ,  . 

83,180  00 
7,870  00 

Purchased  Home.stead  Fees 

2.040  00 

88,198  99 

2,. 596, 932  35 

245,834  54 

191, 72<)  12 

12,066  22 

10,603  38 

7.915  99 

482.006  25 

125,300  69 

1,172  60 

Improvements 

Preemption  sales  under  Act  oi 

1908 

Purcliased  homestead  sales 

General  sales 

48,665  97 

1,899,359  52 

150,063  46 

131,, '^81  45 

11,039  54 

19, 302  85 

48,287  00 

408,728  28 

148,179  55 

560  00 

Map  sales,  office  fees,  etc 

Rental  of  lands 

Timber  dues 

f Jrazing  lands  rental 

Grazmg  improvements 

Carried  forward 

3,854,850  13 

229,423.432  31 

2,908,427  62 

252,119,370  50 

124 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Comparative  Statement  of  Receipts  from  Consolidated  Fund  for  Fiscal 
Years  1917-18  and  1918-19. 


1917-18. 


1918-19. 


Brought  fonvard. 


Dominion  Lands — Concluded. 

Coal  Lands   

Hay  permits .    .      .    ; 

Mining  fees 

Hydraulic  leases 

Dredging  leases 

Export  tax  on  gold 

Free  certificates  for  export    of 

gold 

Stone  quarries 

Irrigation  fees  . 

Irrigation  sales 

Rent  of  water  power 

Fees    re    Board    of    Examiners 

D.L.S 

Patent  and  interchange  fees 

Suspense  account 

Interim  receipt  account,  Yukon 

Potash  leases 

Sand,  stone  and  gravel 

Fishing  permits 

Petroleum 

Rocky  Mountain  Park 

Jasper  Park 

Yoho  Park 

Watertown  Lakes  Park 

Buffalo  Park 

Elk  Island  Park 

Antelope  Park 

Forestry  Branch.    Sale  of  trees, 

etc 

Point  Peles  Park 

Revelstoke  Park 

Bird  Sanctuaries,  Lac  La  Biche. 

Miscellaneous 

Glacier  Park 

Fort  Anne  Park 

Moose  Mountains,  Buffalo  Park . 


Less  Refunds  . 


Military  Pensions    

Inspection  of  Staples 

R.  N.  W.  Mounted   Police  Officers' 

Pension  Revenue 

War  Tux  Revenue — 

Banks 

Trust  and  Loan  Companie." 

Insurance  Companies 

Busmess  Profits i . 

Income  Tax 

Inland  Revenue  Department.. . 


t         cts. 
3,854,850  13 


334,889  57 

10.861  62 

59,679  31 

2,273  23 

2,943  45 

81,650  55 

35  00 

7,117  30 

458  75 

11,595  54 

1,210  00 

250  00 

160  00 

3,598  95 

1.53  00 

60  00 

1,094  98 

67  00 

124,179  69 

43,632  08 

5,292  83 

502  40 

1,307  65 

112  46 

1  00 

905  20 


3,907  50 


4,242  52 

331,90 

45  00 


4.557,438  61 
113. 6S0  44 


1,115,757  65 

269, 129  08 

496,. 540  55 

21,271,083  57 


2,227,389  93 


$         cts 

229,423,432  31 


$         cts, 
2,908,427  62 


375,895  14 

22,085  06 

52,342  25 

4,393  72 

1,745  10 

48,677  07 

10  50 

8,221  59 

483  87 

11,556  38 

1,452  32 

100  00 

190  00 

6,837  93 

15  00 

3,906  10 

1,104  44 

824  00 

107,230  41 

46,978  49 

4,285  91 

1,074  38 

1,992  95 

145  95 

10  25 

195  20 

2,604  17 

31  60 

20  00 

10  00 

2,849  13 

43  22 

116  .37 

102  40 

3,615,958  52 
76,0.31  02 


4,443,758  17 

2i;,902  .58 

1,499,875  88 

5,082  83 


1,099,764  44 

323,340  02 

546,113  86 

32,970,061  SI 

9,;?49,719  80 

11,888,508  40 


25,379,900  78 


260,778,952  55 


$         cts. 
252,119,370  50 


3,539.927  50 

23,8411  96 

1,082,069  63 

4,030  26 


56,177,608  33 


312,946,747  18 


10  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2  A.  1920 


No.  1 

STATEMENT   OF  THE   REVENUE   ARISING   FROM  THE  CUSTOMS 

DUTIES,  ETC.,  OF  CANADA,  FOR  YEAR  ENDED   MARCH 

31,  1919,  AND  THE  EXPENSES  OF  THE  COLLECTION, 

ETC.,  THEREON. 


125 


126 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 
No. 

Statement  of  the  Revenue  arising  from  the  Customs  Duties,  etc.,  of  Canada  for 
Dr.  province  OF 


Balance 

at  Dr.  on 

1st  April, 

1918. 

Balance 

at  Cr.  on 

1st  April, 

1918. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Bonding 
Ware- 
house 
Fees. 
1 

Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 

Sundries. 
3 

Total  Receipts. 

includin.Gr 

columns  Nos. 

1,  2  and  .3. 

Total. 

S      cts. 

•S     cts. 

$        cts. 

132,1.32  87 

3,361  92 

3,373  30 

2,997  87 

2,146  46 

549  09 

38,279  V) 

6,794  88 

9,183  07 

92,771  21 

2,415,170  12 

30,063  96 

9,547  79 

1,291  02 

16,516  43 

1,181  67 

125,660  18 

125,091  39 

3,2S3  54 

17,529  61 

4,803  13 

«,297  49 

5,376  56 

754,773  40 

136,083  89 

3,782  56 

27,603  94 

181,588  1() 

$     cts. 

S       cts. 

$        cts. 

S       ct». 

132,1.32  87 

3,361  92 

3,373  30 

2,:I97  87 

2,146  46 

549  09 

38,279  16 

6,794  88 

9,183  07 

93,398  44 

2,416,976  65 

30.063  96 

9,.547  79 

1,291  02 

16,516  43 

1,181  (-.7 

125,660  18 

125,162  94 

3,283  54 

17,529  61 

4,803  13 

6,297  49 

.5,376  56 

754,773  40 

136,083  89 

3,782  56 

27,603  94 

181,669  88 

■S       cts. 
132  132  87 

0  48 

3,362  40 

6  25 

'  "o'so' 

3,373  30 
2  998  12 

2,146  16 

549  09 
38,279  16 

6  794  88 

0  10 
0  70 
0  02 

9,]>2  97 

93,397  74 

2,416,976  63 

30,064  96 

626  43 
1,508  25 

0  80 
292  28 

i  00 

9,547  79 

1,290  10 

16,511  10 

0  92 
5  33 

1,181  67 

125,660  18 

125,163  94 

3,211  72 

"■■7i"82 

39  96 

31  59 

17,529  61 

4,803  13 

6  47 

6,297  49 

5,377  03 

754,773  40 

136,501  29 

ii?  40 





""205' 

3,782  56 

27,603  94 

81  72 

181,667  83 

419  60 

81  24 

4,1.57,240  67 

2,256  36 

324  67 

4,159,821  70 

4,160,160  06 

PROVINCE  OF  PRINCE 


112,280  55 
14,673  58 

64  28 

6  84 

112,351  67 
14,673  58 

112  351  67 

14,673  58 

126, S54  13 

64  28 

6  84 

127,025  25 

127  025  25 

PROVINCE  OF 


40,315  .35 

12,647  53 

l'0,486  44 

1,613  86 

150,296  45 

16,512  43 

435,068  25 

9, 125  04 

42,081  35 

3,279,492  98 

1,58,269  98 

27,924  48 

148,293  52 

S3 

40,, 316  18 

12,617  53 

20,486  44 

1.613  86 

150,296  4o 

16.538  79 

435,068  25 

9,125  04 

42,081  35 

3,280,695  44 

1.5S,26!I  !IS 

27,924  48 

148,293  .52 

40.373  33 

12,647  53 

20,486  44 

1,613  86 

26  36 

1.50,296  45 

16  .538  79 

53 

25  03 

435,067  72 

9,100  01 

10 

"iJSO  46 

22  66 

42,081  45 

3,280,695  44 
158,269  98 

27,924  48 

56  42 

1(8,349  94 

113  67 

25  56 

4,342,127  66 

1,180  46 

49  19 

4,343,367  31 

4,343,445  42 

PUBLIC  ACCOVSTS 


127 


^     SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 


the  year  ended  March  31,  1919,  and  the  Expenses  of  the  Collection,  etc., thereon. 
NOVA  SCOTIA.  Cr. 


Ports. 


A  mherst 

Annapolis  Royal .   . . 

Antigonisli 

Ariehat 

B>addeck 

Barrington  Pass>ige. 

Bridgewater 

Canso 

Digby 

Glace  Bav 

Halifax.; 

Kentville 

Liverpool 

Lockei>ort 

Lunenburg 

Middleton 

New  Glasgow ', 

North  Sydney 

Parrsboro 

Pictou 

Port  H.awkesbury. . 

Port  Hood 

Sheiburne 

Sydney 

Truro 

Weymouth  

Windsor 

Yarmouth 


Balance 

at  Dr.  on 

31st  March, 

1919. 

$        cts. 

048 

6  25' 


1  00 


0  47 
417  40 


419  60 


Balance 

at  Cr.  on 

31st  March, 

1919. 


cts. 


0  30 


0  10 
0  02 


0  92 
5  3? 


71  40 


2  05 


80  12 


Total 
deposited  co 

Credit 

of  Keceiver 

General. 


132,132 

3,361 

3,373 

2,997 

2,146 

549 

38,279 

6,794 

9,183 

93,397 

2,416,976 

30,063 

9,547 

1,291 

16,516 

1,181 

125,660 

12.5,162 

3,283 

17,529 

4,803 

0,297 

5,376 

754,773 

136,083 

3,782 

27,603 

181,669 


4,159,820  58 


Totals. 


S 

132, 
3, 
3. 
2, 

2, 

38, 

6, 

9, 

93. 

2,416, 

30 

9, 

1. 

16 

1, 

12.5, 

125, 

3, 

17. 

4. 

6, 

5, 

754. 

136. 

3, 

27, 

181, 


cts. 
132  87 
362  40 
373  30 
998  12 
146  16 
549  09 
279  16 
794  88 
182  97 
,397  74 
976  63 
,064  96 
547  79 
290  10 
511  10 
,181  67 
660  18 
162  94 
211  72 
529  61 
803  13 
297  49 
377  03 
773  40 
501  29 
782  Ml 
603  94 
667  83 


4,160,160  06 


Memorandum 
of  Expenses 
of  Collection. 


8    cts. 

13,817  54 
4,0,8  08 
2,2:i9  10 
3,699  54 
4.912  94 
2,461  15 
2,772  79 
6,a54  95 
4,950  17 
2,9i,2  50 
120,466  31 
6,428  80 
3,293  39 
1,247  38 
7,662  47 
2,338  47 
8,368  33 

16,593  51 
2,7a3  55 
6,449  00 
3,285  41 
3,886  43 
2,.589  13 

21,099  00 
8,393  60 
4,424  87 
6,332  30 

10,360  69 


284,784  40 


EDWARD  ISLAND. 


Charlottetown 

112,351  67 
14,673  58 

112,3:51  67 
14,673  58 

21,741  40 

5,413  12 

127,025  25 

127,025  25 

27,1.54  52 

NEW  BRUNSWICK. 


Bathurst  .    . . 

57  15 

40,316  18 

12.647  53 

20,486  44 

1,613  86 

150,296  45 

16,. 538  79 

435,068  25 

9,125  04 

42,081  35 

3,280,695  44 

158,269  98 

27,924  48 

148,293  ;.2 

40, 373  33 

12,647  53 

20,486  44 

1,613  86 

150,296  45 

16.. 538  79 

435,<«I7  72 

9.100  01 

42.081  45 

3,2.80.695  44 

1.58.269  9,'< 

27.924  48 

148,349  94 

5  521  56 

3,481  96 

7,086  11 

Dalho'isie. .          

1,228  12 

Kred-ricton 

McAdam  Jet  

6,703  40 
12  443  15 

Moncton ^ 

Newcastle 

53 
25  03 

10,807  24 

3,533  71 

8,498  33 

101,363  64 

16  519  26 

St.  Andrews 

St.  John 

St.  Stephen       

10 

Sackville 

3,081  74 

Woodstock 

-.6  42 

20,471  85 

113  07 

25  56 

4,343,357  31 

4,343,445  42 

206,740  07 

128 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
Statement  of  the  Revenue  arising  from  the  Customs  Duties,  etc.,  of  Canada,  for 
Dr.  province  OF 


Balance 

at  Dr.  on 

1st  April, 

1918. 

Balance 

at  Cr.  on 

1st  April, 

1918. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Bonding 
Ware- 
house 
±i"ees. 
1 

Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 

Sundries. 
3 

Total  receipts, 
including 

columns  Nos. 
1,  2  and  3. 

Total. 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

S        cts. 

18,329  57 

362,364  32 

313,742  22 

39,451  61 

5,875  68 

4,894  83 

1,639  83 

245,164  87 

6,621  40 

1,169  02 

36,662,151  06 

2,290  03 

54,461  63 

2,444,689  52 

7,033  85 

19,735  77 

395,092  05 

660,829  26 

562,478  40 

833,737  76 

07,029  39 

417,685  24 

454,972  85 

$      cts. 

$       cts. 

S       cts. 

$        cts. 

18,329  57 

362,364  32 

bl3,742  22 

39,451  61 

5,875  68 

4,894  83 

1,639  83 

245,164  87 

6,621  40 

1,169  02 

36,692,538  27 

2,290  03 

54,461  63 

2,446,457  79 

7,033  85 

19,735  77 

395,092  05 

660,832  71 

562,478  40 

833,821  58 

67,029  39 

417,685  24 

454,972  85 

$        cts. 

18,329  57 

362,364  32 

31,3,748  83 

39,451  61 

5,875  68 

4,892  23 

1,639  83 

245,164  87 

6,621  40 

1,679  02 

36,692,538  22 

2  285  81 

6  61 

2  60 

10  00 

0  05 
4  22 

30,387  21 

54,461  63 

2,446.514  32 

7  043  85 

56  53 
10  00 

'"  0  10 

1,763  39 

4  88 

19,735  77, 
395,091  95 
660,832  79 
562,478  40 
835,399  14 

0  08 

3  45 

1,577  56 

83  82 

67  029  39 

0  04 

417,685  20 
454,972  85 

1,660  78 

7  01 

43,581,440  16 

32,154  05 

88  70 

43,613,682  91 

43,615,336  68 

PROVINCE  OF 


2S6  63 


3,178  70 
35  71 


1,492  01 


6,708  41 


174  55 

164  84 

1,613  75 


0  01 

0  09 

58  90 

0  27 

0  05 


0  02 


2.59,719  68 
278,097  91 
148,556  99 
946,627  74 
717,816  46 
267,656  22 

l,141,l:i9  78 
502,053  78 
184,579  38 
329,933  93 
22,194  99 
279,850  .87 

1,187.829  91 
"114,947  77 
109,  .360  04 
177,.377  09 
443,185  80 

6,962,882  60 

467,775  50 

12,794  91 

428,544  80 

1,078,671  92 
(i9,181  03 

1,622,914  28 

173,570  03 

5,797  08 

38,312  60 

1,2.50,342  (;5 
449,617  91 
219,678  84 

2,787,312  20 

2,083,414  97 


912  62 


237  11 
51  53 


4,066  78 


354  43 

"2ii67  24' 


1,770  84 


187  54 


126  80 

"86  86' 


1  50 


259, 

278, 
148, 
947, 
717, 
267, 

1,141, 
502, 
184, 
329, 
22 
279! 

1,188, 
514, 
109, 
177, 
443, 

0,967, 

467, 

12, 

429, 

1,078, 
69, 

1,625 

173, 

5, 

38, 

1,250, 
449, 
219 

2,787, 

2,085 


719  68 

097  91 

556  99 

540  36 

816  46 

656  22 

139  78 

053  78 

579  38 

933  93 

194  99 

8,59  87 

058  02 

999  30 

.360  04 

377  09 

185  80 

1,S6  92 

775  50 

794  91 

026  03 

671  92 

181  03 

107  .37 

570  03 

797  08 

312  60 

344  15 

617  91 

678  84 

312  20 

185  81 

2.59,719  67 
278,394  54 
148,556  90 
947,481  46 
717,816  19 
267,656  17 

1,141,139  78 
.502,053  78 
184,579  36 
329.933  93 
22,194  99 
279,859  87 

1,188,058  02 
514,999  30 
112,538  74 
177,412  80 
443,185  80 

6,968,628  93 

467,775  50 

12,794  91 

429,026  03 

1,085,380  33 
69,181  03 

1,626,272  56 

173,570  03 

5,797  08 

,38,4,87  1ft 

1,250,.'0S  99 
451,231  66 
219,678  84 

2,787,312  20 

2,085,186  81 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


129 


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the  Year  ended  March  31,  1919,  and  the  Expenses  of  the  Collection,  etc.,  thereon. 
QUEBEC.  Cb. 


ONTARIO. 


.\mher8tburg. . 

Belleville 

Bowman  villa. . 
Brantford  . . . . 
Bridgeburg . . . . 
Brockville   .'. . . 

Chatham   

Cobourp  

CoUingwood. . . 

Cornwall 

Deseronto  .... 
Fort  Francis . . 
Fort  William.. 

Gait 

Gananoque 

Goderich  . .   . . 

Gueli>h 

Hamilton 

IngersoU 

Kenora 

Kingston 

Kitchener 

Lindsay 

London 

Midland 

Morrisburg 

Napanae  . .  .  . 
Niagara  Falls. 
North  Bay   . . . 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa... 


296  63 


3,178  70 
35  71 


1,492  01 


6,708  42 
i',165  19 


174  55 

164  84 

1,613  75 


0  01 


0  09 

58  90 

0  27 

0  05 


0  02 


259,719  68 
27!<,097  91 
148,556  99 
947,540  36 
717,816  46 
267,656  22 

1,141,139  78 
502,053  78 
184,579  38 
329,933  93 
22,194  99 
279,869  87 

1,188,058  02 
514,909  30 
109,360  04 
177,377  09 
443,185  80 

6,967,136  92 

467,775  50 

12.794  91 

429,026  03 

1,078,671  91 
69,181  03 

1,625,107.37 

173,P70  03 

5,797  08 

38,312  60 

1,2.'>0,344  15 
449,617  91 
219,678  84 

2,787,312  20 

2,085,185  81 


259,719  67 
278,.394  54 
148,556  90 
947.481  46 
717,816  19 
267,656  17 

1,141,139  78 
.^02,0.53  78 
184,579  36 
329.933  93 
22,194  99 
279,859  87 

1,188,058  02 

514,999  30 

112.538  74 

177,412  80 

■  443,185  80 

6,96»,628  93 

467,775  50 

12,794  91 

429,026  03 

1,085,380  .33 
0:1,181  03 

1,626,272  56 

173,570  03 

5.797  08 

as,  487  15 

1,250,508  99 
451,231  66 
219,678  84 

2,787,312  20 

2,085,185  81 


9,054  78 

6,675  20 

2,787  00 

24,041  88 

42.1590  32 

9,194  93 

16,610  82 

6,331  08 

5,212  37 

7,840  27 

2,344  90 

17,920  46 

24,022  43 

11.162  08 

4,358  87 

8.940  92 

10,0:n  38 

98,157  42 

3,656  98 

2,729  96 

18,5K5  86 

13,833  83 

3,751  44 

45,850  31 

5,KK)  30 

3.642  37 

2,719  50 

60.422  01 

19,632  90 

6,291  08 

10,498  50 

89,766  01 


2—9 


130 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
St.\temext  of  the  Revenue  arising  from  the  Customs  Duties,  etc.,  of  Canada  for 

PROVINCE  OF 


Balance  at 

Dr. 

on  1st  April, 

1918. 

Balance  at 

Cr.  on 

Ist  April, 

1918. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Bonding 
Ware- 
house 
Fees. 

1 

Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 

Sundries. 
3 

Total 

Receipts, 

including 

Columns   Nos. 

1,  2  &  3. 

Total. 

S      ets. 
1,841  68 

$    cts. 

S      cts. 

85,350  60 

151,080  21 

821,247  75 

1,438,028  19 

18,002  67 

607,822  24 

34,079  42 

1,033  47 

462,561  78 

1,245,144  03 

5S6,800  44 

2,204,966  82 

1,777,489  71 

163,569  87 

429,460  47 

399,381  40 

58,538  97 

32,956,819  93 

68.434  76 

1,101,582  20 

1,. 381, 365  11 

ll,;i87  11 

5,955,645  26 

202,194  81 

$      cts. 

S      cts. 

S      cts. 

S      ct.s. 

85,350  60 

151,080  21 

821,247  75 

1,43-, 028  19 

18,002  67 

608,007  19 

34,079  42 

1,033  47 

462,561  78 

1,245,144  03 

596,800  41 

2,204,966  82 

1.777.489  -1 
163,569  87 
429,466  47 
399,381  40 

58,538  97 

32,986,794  24 

68,4.34  76 

1,101,. 582  20 

1.381.490  21 
11,987  14 

5,9.55,763  76 
202,194  81 

S      cts. 
87,192  28 

151,080  21 

821,247  75 

2,821  35 

1,440,849  54 

18,002  67 

10 



184  95 

608,0117  09 

.. 

34,079  42 

1,033  47 

462,561  78 

1,245,144  03 

1.881  26 

598,681  70 

2,204,966  82 

524  02 

1,778,013  73 

163,. 569  87 

526  89 

429,993  36 

399,381  40 

58,538  97 

3,902  58 

64 

'   '  395 
03 

26,020  03 

3,954  28 

32,990,696  82 

68,434  12 

67  15 

125  lo' 

'"       51  35 

1,101,582  20 
1,381, 190  21 

11,983  19 

5,955,763  73 

. 

202,194  81 

26,327  57 

64  06 

77,334,332  91 

35,772  e^ 

4,532  42 

77,374,638  01 

77,400,901  52 

PROVINCE  OF 


309,202  48 

186,314  67 

25,877  53 

115,609  09 

10,027,823  78 

.309,202  48 

186,314  67 

25,877  53 

115,609  09 

10,033,352  28 

309,202  48 

186,314  67 

25,877  53 

"5,386  62' 

i42'48' 

115,609  09 

0  10 

10,033,352  18 

0  10 

10,664,827  55 

5,386  02 

142  48 

10,670,356  05 

10,670,355  95 

PROVINCE  OF 


291  02 

505,924  34 

67,341  98 

55,098  M 

1,403,020  14 

826,963  98 

348  80 

45  94 

506,319  08 

67,. 341  98 

55,098  56 

1,403,890  62 

827,752  76 

506,610  10 

67,341,98 

55,098,56 

S45  76 
779  81 

24  72 

S  97 

1,403,S!I0  62 

827,752  76 

291  02 

2,858,319  00 

1,974  37 

79  63 

2,860,403  00 

2,860,694,02 

PROVINCE  OF 


21  31 

l,a55,7.35  75 

1,005,260  36 

436,859  34 

130, 679  00 

2,464  54 
989  64 
192  ;« 
114  43 

2069 

20  69 

1,858,200  29 

1,(K)(!,249  90 

437,051  67 

130,814  12 

1,&->8,221  60 
HX'6.249  90 

18,001  57 

4.55,053  24 
i;i0,814  12 

18,022  88 

3,428,534  45 

3.760  84 

3,432,315  98 

3. 450,  .338  86 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


131 


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the  year  ended  March  31,  1919,  and  the  Expenses  of  the  Collection,  etc.,  thereon- 
ONTARIO— C(m<mt,€(i. 


Ports. 


Owen  Sound  .   . , 

Paris 

Parry  Sound 

Peterboro 

Picton 

Port  Arthur .    . . . 

Port  Hope  .    

Port  McNicoU . . . 

Prescott 

St.  Catharine.s.. . 

St.  Thomas 

Samia 

Sault  Ste  Marie 

Simcoe     

Stratford 

Sudbury 

Tillsonburg. . . . 

Toronto 

Trenton 

Wallaceburg..   . . 

Welland 

Whitby 

Winasor 

Woodstock 


Balance  at 

Ur.  on 

31st  March, 

1919. 


$      cts. 
1,841  68 


2,821  35 


1,881  26 
524  02 


526  89 
3,902  58 


26,327  58 


Balance  at 

Cr.  on 

31st  March, 

1919. 


10 


3  95 
03 
01 


63  43 


Total 

Deposited   to 

Credit  of 

Receiver 

General. 


Memorandum 

of 

Expenses 

of 

Collection. 


77,374,637  37 


S      cts. 

5,039  14 

4,461  23 
11, .545  90 
16,P91  53 

3,317  00 
17,737  55 

3,702  90 

6,305  43 
14,136  34 
24,078  77 
12,. 307  95 
42,187  00 
32,746  33 

4,957  81 
17,691  65 
11,300  70 

2,."w0  65 
335,370  84 

3,802  51 
! 2, 2.39  55 

7,669  71 

2,441  43 
92,428  76 

6,624  44 

1,285,933  28 


MANITOBA. 


309,202  48 

18K,314  67 

25,877  53 

115,609  09 

10,033.352  28 

309,202  48 

186,314  67 

25,877  53 

115,609  OS 

10,033,352  18 

26,560,16 

Emerson 

Gretna 

Portage  la  Prairie 



............ 

22,482  14 

7,081  55 

12,874  76 

Winnipeg 

0  io 

211,233  67 

0  10 

10  670,356  05 

10,670,355  95 

280,232  28 

SASK.vrCHEW.\N. 


Moose  Jaw 

North  Portal             

291  02 

506,319  08 

67,341  98 

55,098  56 

1,4(3,800  62 

827,752  76 

506,610  10 

67,341  98 

55,098  56 

1,403,890  62 

827,752  76 

45,008  95 
12,998  69 

12,570  28 

Rfgina. ...         

41.630  38 
35,394  98 

291  02 

2,860,403  00 

2,860,694  02 

147,603  28 

ALBERTA. 


Calgary 

Edmonton  . . . 
Lethbndge..  . 
Medicine  Hat. 


21  31 
'i8,'66i'57' 


18,022  88 


1,858,200  29 

1,006,249  90 

437,051  67 

130,814  12 

3,432,315  98 


1,858,221  60 

1,006,249  90 

455  053  24 

130,814  12 

3,450,338  86 

62,213  44 

60.907  94 

28.313  25 

9,281  00 


160,715  63 


132 


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10  GEORGE. V,  A.  1920 
Statement  of  the  Kevenue  arising  from  the  Customs  Duties,  etc.,  of  Canada  for 

PROVINCE  OF  BRITISH 


Balance 

at  Dr.  on 

1st  April, 

1918. 

Balance 

at  Cr.  on 

1st  April, 

1918. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Bonding 
Ware- 
house 
Fees. 

1 

Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 

Sundries. 
3 

Total  Receipts 

including 

columns  Nos. 

1,  2  &,  3. 

Total. 

$      cts. 

$    cts. 

■  $         cts. 
59,385  46 
23,269  30 
47,171  96 
25,899  51 
15,663  66 

298,737  12 
87,014  35 

228,533  46 
.56,846  69 

278, 128  73 

54,601  88 

64,244  18 

8,740,709  33 

1,496,440  09 

$    cts. 

$     cts. 

$      cts. 

$          cts. 
59,385  46 
23,269  30 
47,171  96 
25,899  51 
15,663  66 

298,769  43 
87.014  35 

228,669  35 
56,846  69 

278,161  39 

54,601  88 

64,244  18 

8,743,913  94 

1,497,086  27 

$          cts. 
59,385  46 

23,269  30 

47,171  96 

10 

25,899  41 

15,663  66 

32  31 

298,769  43 

87,014  35 

17 



134  30 

1  59 

228,669  52 
.56,846  69 

32  66 

278,161  39 

124  68 

54,726  56 

64,244  18 

2,763  27 
463  77 

441  34 

182  41 

8,743,913  94 
1,497,086  27 

124  85 

10 

.11,476,645  72 

3,426  31 

625  34 

11,480,697  37 

11,480,822  12 

YUKON  TER 


59,833  13 
14,171   11 

59,833  13 
14,171  11 

59,833  13 

14,171  11 

74,004  24 

74,004  24 

74,004  24 

BRITISH  POST 


1,877  38 


1,877  38 


1,877  38 


RECAPITU- 


419  60 

81  24 

4,157,240  67 

126,954  13 

4,342,127  66 

43,581,440  16 

77,331,332  91 

10,664,827  55 

2,8.58,349  00 

3,428,. 534  45 

11,476,645  72 

74,004  21 

1,877  38 

2,256  36 

64  28 

1,180  46 

.32,154  05 

35,772  68 

5,386  02 

1,974  37 

.%700  84 

3,426  31 

324  67 

6  84 

49  19 

f>8  70 

4,532  42 

142  48 

79  63 

20  69 

625  34 

4,159,821  70 

127,025  25 

4,343,357  31 

43,613,682  91 

77,374,638  01 

10,670,356  05 

2,860,403  00 

3,432,315  98 

11.4S0,697  37 

74,004  24 

1.877  38 

4,160,160  06 

127,025  25 

113  67 

1,660  78 

26,327  57 

25  56 

7  01 

64  00 

10 

lo' 

4,343,445  42 
43,615,336  68 
77,40O.iK)l  52 
10.670,355  95 

291  02 

2,860,694  02 

18,022  88 
124  85 

3,450,3:58  86 

11,480,822  12 
74,004  24 

1,877  38 



46,960  37 

178  07 

158,046,333  8/ 

85,975  37 

5,869  96 

158,1.38.179  20 
10.969,189  36 

158,181,961  50 

10,969,189  36 

46.960  37 

178  07 

158,046,333  87 

85,975  37 

5.869  96 

147.168,989  84 

147,215.772  14 

PUBLIC  ACCOVNTS 


133 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

the  Year  ended  March  31,  1919,  and  the  Expenses  of  the  Collection,  etc.,  thereon. 
COLUMBIA. 


Ports. 

Balance 

at  Dr.  on 

31st    March, 

1919. 

Balance 

at  Cr.  on 

31st  March, 

1919. 

Total  depo- 
sited to  Credit 
of  Receiver 
General. 

Tot.als. 

Memorandum 
of  Exjienses 
of  Collection. 

Abbotsf  ord 

(■ranbrcok    

$      cts. 

$      cts. 

S         cts. 
59,385  46 
23,269  30 
47,171  96 
25,  ('99  41 
15,663  60 

298,769  43 
87,014  35 

228,669  Zo 
56,846  69 

278,161  .39 

54,601  88 

64,244  18 

8,743,913  94 

1,497,286  27 

t  cts. 
59,385  46 
23,269  30 
47,171  96 
25,899  41 
15,663  66 

298,769  43 
87,014  35 

228,669  .52 
56,846  €9 

278,161  39 

54,726  56 

04,244  18 

8,713,913  94 

1,497,086  27 

$         cts. 

12,607  99 
9,030  £2 
9,083  05 
7  553  93 

Fernie            

Grand  Forks 

9  289  25 

Nanaimo 

Nelson      

New  Westminster 

Penticton          

17 

24,907  59 
9, 162  54 

29,2-8  18 
6  4.S4  05 

22,445  13 
16  052  96 

124  68 

Rossland. 

Vancouver 

Victoria  .   . 

26000 

8,866  36 

211,790  35 

77  993  19 

124  85 

200  00 

11,480,897  27 

11,480,822  12 

454,786  49 

RITORY. 


Dawson 

White  Horse. 


.59,833  13 
14,171  11 


74,004  24 


59,8.33  13 
14,171  11 


74,004  24 


14,220  63 
13,425  64 


27,646  27 


OFFICE  PARCELS. 


1,877  38 


1,877  38 


LATION. 


Nova  Scotia 

Prince  Edward  Island 

419  60 

80  12 

4,159,820  58 

127,025  25 

4,343,357  31 

43,613,682  .11 

77,374,637  37 

10,670,356  05 

2,860,403  Do 

3,432,315  98 

11,480,897  27 

74,004  24 

1,877  38 

4, 100, 160  06 

127,025  25 

4,343,445  42 

43,615,336  68 

77,400,901  52 

10,670,355  95 

2,860,694  02 

3,450,.«8  86 

11,480,822  12 

74,004  24 

1,877  38 

284,784  i9 
27  154  52- 

New  Brunswick 

Quebec 

113  67 

1,660  78 

26,327  58 

25  06 

7  01 

63  43 

10 

"20606 

206,740  or 
769,855  25- 
1,285,933  28 
280,232  28 
147,603  28 
160,715  63 
454,785  49 
27,646  27 

291  02 

18,022  88 

124  85 

Alberta 

British  Columbia 

Yukon  Territory 

British  P.  0.  Parcels 

Inspection  Preventive  Service  and 
Rev.  Cruisers 

46,960  38 

376  22 

158,138,377  34 

158,184,961  50 

3,646,450  47 
71   .573  Ifi 

Board  of  Customs 

85,689  04 

174,301  22 

2,058  64 

8,565  05 

1.079  05 

Miscellaneous 

Customs  Laborat'  »ry 

War  Appropriation 

Secret  Preventive  Service 

Less  Return  Duties 

Drawbacks 

2,667,221  95 
8,301,967  41 

1  

10,969,189  36 

10,969,189  36 

46,960  38 

376  22 

147,169,187  98 

147,215,772  14 

3,988,616  63 

134 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


No.  2. 

Statement  of  Fines  and  Forfeitures,  including  seizures^,  for  the  Fiscal  Year 

ending  March  31,  1919. 


Customs  Department — 

Seizures 

I.KSS  paid  to  officers  and  informers. 

Department  of  Inland  Revenue — 

Excise  Seizures ' 

War  Tax  Fines 

Feeding  Stuffs 

Adulteration  of  Food 


Less  Excise  Seizure  Refunds 


Department  of  Agriculture — 

Inspection  and  Sales  Act. . . . . 

Dairy  Industry  Act 

Fruit  Act   

Seed  Control 

Garbage  Feeding  Regulation . 
Re  Oleomargarine 


■Canada  registration  Board 

Finance  Department — 

Breach  Censorship  Orders. 

Trust  Companies 

Contractor's  Securities .... 


Department  of  Immigration- 
Immigration  Acts 


Department  of  Interior — 

North  West  Territories 

Indian  agent  at  Fort  Simpson. 


Department  of  Justice — 

Police  Magistrate,   Whitehorse 

M  I.  Dawson 

u    ,  II  Cami-ose 

II  11  Haileybury .,,, 

II  II  Weyburn   

11  II  Ottawa 

.1  II  Owen  Sound 

Welland 

II  II  Wiimipeg 

Justice  of  the  Peace,  Toronto 

II  II  Virden 

II  II  Edson     

II  II  Regina 

II  II  Moose  Jaw 

Clerk  of  the  Peace,  St.  Catharines 

II  II  Ottawa 

II  II  Raii\y  River  District . 

II  .1  Quebec 

Employing  Deserters   

Breach  Civil  Service  Act 

Violation  Proclamation  2194 

Military  Service  Act 

Bank  Act  re  Louis  Rocco 

Bribe  Money 


339,286  31 
225,001  05 


42,982  54 

26,552  23 

128  10 

118  00 

69,780  87 
29,038  82 


45  00 
745  50 
10  00 
17  00 
50  00 
100  00 


100  00 

30  00 

2,532  25 


Carried  forward 


20  00 

15  (X) 

94  50 

80  00 

50  00 

125  00 

440  00 

1,627  00 

4,500  00 

1,708  00 

100  00 

62  00 

25  00 

3  50 

120  00 

5  00 

50  00 

15  00 

1,248  00 

900  00 

367  40 

100  00 

10  00 

49,192  81 

58  00 

245  00 

$  cts. 


114,285  26 


40,742  05 


967  50 
20  00 


2,662  25 
3,198  GO 

35  00 


61,126  21 


223,036  87 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


135 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 


No.    2. 

Statement  of  Fines  and  Forfeitures,  including  seizures  for  the  Fiscal  Year 
ending  March  31,  1919 — Concluded. 


Brought  forward . 


Marine  Department- 
Marine  Acts 


Militia- 
Sundry  Fines. 


Mounted  Police — 

Contractors  Securities. 


Department  of  Naval  Service — 
Canadian  Fisheries  Act 


Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce — 

Weights  and  Pleasures  Act 

Adulteration  of  Food 


Post  Office  Department . 


35  00 
745  30 


■S    cts. 

223,036  87 

550  00 

1,025  00 

110  00 

10  00 

3,780  30 

303  00 

■?  cts. 


228,815  17 


136 


DEPARTMEJ^T  OF  FIlfA:S'CE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 


No.   3 

PREMIUM  DISCOUNT  AND   EXCHANGE  REVENUE. 


Amount 

Frum  what  source  received. 

Rate. 

Amount  sold. 

of 
Revenue. 

Total. 

S           cts. 

.?       cts. 

-S      cts. 

Premium  on  New  York  Funds  sold 

1-71875 

509,000  (XI 

8,593  75 

1  719 

500.000  00 

8,595  00 

1-88 

500,000  00 

9,400  on 

1  9 

1,000,000  00 

19.000  00 

1  90625 

700,000  00 

13,343  75 

1-907 

300,000  00 

5.721  00 

2  015 

1,000,000  00 

20,150  00 

2  01562 

800,000  00 

16,124  96 

2  018 

200,000  00 

4,036  00 

2-035 

400,000  00 

8,140  00 

2-045 

100,<iOO  00 

2,045  00 

2  046875 

5iX),000  00 

10,234  37 

2  125 

5,700,000  00 

121,125  00 

Sundry  departments  small  cheques  Inland  Revenue. 

29  13 

Finance 

101  41 

Trade  and  Commerce 

665  81 

Naval  Service 

61  67 

Railways  and  Canals 

1  94 

Agriculture 

48  2- 

T  ncome  Tax                       . 

6  02 
.^3  56 

A  LfLjyjKAAy^     Acs.x.  .................  .........     .......... 

External  affairs 

PublicWorks 

90  80 

Militia ...   

£    8.   d. 

6,950  40 

254,807  82 

Discount  on  stock  purchased  for  Sinking  Funds.  . . 

54i 

700    0    0 

1,550  03 

56" 

100    0    0 

214  13 

68J 

600    0    0 

912  50 

69| 

350    0    0 

519  52 

69J 

697     0    0 

1.021  86 

70 

10,600    0    0 

15.476  00 

70i 

1,500    0    0 

2,171  75 

70| 

4,983    5    6 

7,1^4  32 

70| 

500    0    0 

714  79 

70f 

15,411  15  10 

21,938  69 

71i 

14,141  12  11 

19,786  53 

713 

5,300    0    0 

7,383  34 

7U 

20,000    0    0 

27,740  00 

7l| 

625    0    0 

721  79 

7U 

9,400    0    0 

12.866  25 

72 

11,430    0    0 

15,575  28 

72* 

1,000    0    0 

1,338  33 

72J 

9.55  14     4 

1,267  44 

73+ 

38,411     4     8 

50,005  00 

73? 

32,200    0    0 

41,135  50 

73j 

35,272    4    7 

44,809  97 

774 

500    0    0 

556  63 

77  s 

4,500    0    0 

4,954  88 

804 

5,578     1  10 

5,293  58 

81} 
8U 

1,000    0    0 

912  50 

1,738  17     1 

1,650  19 

81 

746    0    0 

662  58 

82 

700    0    C 

613  20 

82J 

6,000    0    0 

5,183  00 

82* 

4, .500    0    0 

3.832  ,50 

82| 

4,333    6    8 

3.637  83 

»ii 

5,200    0    0 

4,333  77 

8:< 

1,000    0    0 

827  33 

84 

1,250    0    0 

973  33 

84i 

21,400    0    0 

16,403  10 

Carried  forward 

324,137  44 

254,807  82 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


137 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

PREMIUM  DISCOUNT  AND  EXCHANGE  BEVEl^XXE— Concluded. 


Amount 

From  what  source  received. 

Rate. 

Amount  sold. 

of 

Total. 

Revenue. 

£       s. 

d. 

$      cts. 

S      cts. 

Brought  forward 

324,137  44 
149  04 

254,807  82 

Discount  on  stock  purchased  for  Sinking  Funds.  . . 

935 

500    0 

0 

95 

2,000    0 

0 

486  67 

m 

95* 

5,30(1    0 

0 

1,225  18 

800     0 

0 

175  20 

95g 

1,900    0 

0 

404  54 

95S 

1,000     0 

0 

206  83 

95J 

1,100     0 

0 

220  83 

96i 

1,300    0 

0 

237  26 

9f>| 

1,000     0 

0 

176  42 

96A 

1,900    0 

0 

323  63 

99S 

710    0 

0 

8  64 

Premium  on  amounts  Deposited  in   London,  Eng- 

327.751 67 

land,  for  Credit  in  Ottawa 

7     6  11 

75 

12     0 

5 

1  24 

25  16 

0 

13 

44  17 

5 

3  36 

48  11 

7 

27 

66     4 

2 

1  10 

67  16 

6 

8  09 

72    8 

4 

10  61 

180    4 

5 

18  32 

609    4 

1 

7  89 

638    6 

8 

6  85 

57  61 

Lbss  difference  between  84.80  and  S4.86|  charged  to 

582,617  10 

Post   Office    Department,   on     money     orders 

amounting     to    ■S74C, 523.87   for    year    ending 

March  3Ist,  1919 

49,768  20 

Total 

532,848  90 

138 


DEPARTMEXT  OF  FISAyCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


No.  4 
INTEREST  ON   INVESTMENTS. 


From  what  Source  Received 

and 

Nature  of  Investment. 

To 
What  date 

^1 

OS 

Amount 
Invested. 

Interest  Realized. 

paid 

r 

Sterling 

Currency. 

p.c. 

£    s.     d. 

£     8.      d. 

S       cts. 

Sinking  Funds. 

Loa7i  of  1909-34. 

Canadian  Securities 

4  year. 

Oct.  1, 

1918. 

24 

107.653  15    3 

1,345  13    5 

6,54S  93 

July  1, 

1918. 

3 

80,644    4    5 

1,209  13    3 

5,887  02 

L 

, 

June  1, 

1918. 

3A 

831,199  12    3 

14,545  19  10 

70,790  49 

1 

, 

July  1, 

1918. 

3i 

328,379  10    4 

5,746  12  10 

27,966  99 

1 

, 

Dec.  1, 

1918. 

3i 

833.199  12    3 

14,580  19  10 

70,960  82 

1 

, 

July  1, 

1918. 

3j 

39,520    0    0 

741    0    0 

3,t)06  20 

)i 

, 

Oct.  1, 

1918. 

4 

48.291  16  11 

%5  16     9 

4,700  41 

i 

, 

Nov.  1, 

1918. 

•*4 

75,300    0    0 

3,388  10    0 

16,490  70 

Canadian  Securities   held  by 

Imperial    Government     on 

which  an  additional  i  %is 

allowed 

i  year. 

July  1, 

1918. 

34 

1,100    0    0 

19    5    0 

93  68 

1      " 

June  1, 

1818. 

4 

9,9f50    9    6 

198    0    2 

.     963  63 

i     " 

July  1' 

1918. 

4 

9,563    2    9 

191    5    3 

930  81 

X       „ 

Dec.  1, 

1918 

4 

1?,900    9    6 

2.58    0    2 

1,255  65 

1      " 

•luly  1, 

1918. 

4i 
4? 

13,800    0    0 

293    5     0 

1,427  15 

1      " 

Oct.  1, 

1918. 

53,314  17     6 

1,199  11     8 

5,837  97 

I      .. 

Nov.  1, 

1918. 

5' 

3,500    0    0 

175    0    0 

851  66 

Loan  of  1930-50. 
Canadian  Securities 

44,858  13     2 

218,312  11 

i  year. 

Oct.  1, 
July  1, 

1918. 
1918. 

24 
3 

22.373  16    5 
102,786    7    .^ 

279  13    5 
1,541  15  11 

1.361  07 

7,503  41 

1       " 

Dec    1, 

1918. 

3.^ 

15,592  13    4 

545  14  10 

2,655  94 

I       "■ 

July  1, 

1918. 

3j; 

6ft8.601     1     1 

10,650  10    5 

51,832  53 

July  1, 

1918. 

3| 

117,720    0    0 

2,207     5    0 

10,741  95 

4     " 

Oct.  1, 

1918 

4 

227,298  11     0 

4,545  19    5 

22,123  72 

h     " 

May  1, 

1918. 

44 

89,600    0    0 

2,016     0    0 

9,811  20 

4     " 

Nov.  1, 

1918. 

44 

91,700    0    0 

2,063    5    0 

10,041  15 

Canadian  Securities  held  by 

Imperial    Government    on 

which  an  additional  i  %  is 

allowed .,      

i  year. 

July  1, 

1918. 

34 

15,146  11    6 

265    1    4 

1,289  99 

.Tune  1, 

1918. 

3,454  13    9 

69    1  11 

336  27 

1       " 

Julv  1, 

1918. 

81,241  15     7 

1,624  16    9 

7,907  64 

J       „ 

Dec.  1, 

1918. 

3,451  13    9 

69     1  11 

336  26 

4      " 

July  1, 

1918. 

H 

.53,000    0    0 

1,126     5    0 

5,481  08 

f      " 

Oct.  1, 

1918. 

4 

68,345  18     0 

1,537  15     8 

7,483  88 

May  1, 

1918, 

5 

12,900    0    0 

322  10    0 

1,569  50 

I      .. 

Nov.  1, 

1918. 

5 

19,800    0    0 

470    0    0 

2,287  33 

Loan  of  1940-60. 

29,334  16    7 

142,762  82 

Canadian  Securities 

4  year. 

Oct.  1, 
July  1, 

1918. 
1918. 

f 

3,813  16    5 
35,848    1     4 

47  13    5 
537  14    5 

232  00 

2,616  91 

1       " 

Dec.  1, 

1918. 

It 

16.732    8    5 

.58.5  12    8 

2,850  08 

July  J, 

1918. 

4,095    3    5 

71  13    4 

348  78 

Jnly  1, 

1918. 

33 

62,000    0    0 

1,162  10    0 

5,(>57  50 

4      " 

Oct.  1, 

1918. 

4 

62,898    9    2 

1,257  19    5 

6,122  12 

1      .. 

Nov.  1, 

1918. 

44 

164.400    0    0 

7.398    0    0 

36,003  60 

Carried  forward 

11.061    3    3 

63,830  99 

PUBLIC  ACOOVNTS 


139 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

Interest  ox  Investments — Continued. 


From  what  Source  Received 

and 

Nature  of  Investment. 


Brought  forward 


Canadian  Securities  held  by 
Imperial  Government  on 
which  an  additional  \%  is 
allowed 


S 


4  year. 
1 


Total  Sinking  Fund . 

Montreal  Harbour 
Commissioners. 


Debentures. 


Montreal  Turnpike  Trust 
Commutation  money  to  be 
appliedto  arrears  of  interest. 

Province  of  Quehec. 

Interest  on  Debt  Account. . . 

St.  John  Bridge  and  Railway 

Extension  Company 

Loans  to  Bank  Finance  Act 
I9I4. 

Sundry  Banks 

Loans  to  Banks  "  Call  " 
against  Imperial  Treasury 
Bill  Certificates 


1  year. 

J  year. 
176  dys. 
Ill  dys. 

81  dys. 

i  year. 
179  dys. 

75  dys. 
5  dys. 


Grand  Tnmk  Pacific  Ry. 

Interest    on    3%     Mortgage 
Bonds 

Canadian  Northern  Railway. 

Bonds 

Interest  on  ad  vances 


1  year. 

2  years. 

Various. 


1  year. 


1 

184 
181 
184 
123 
187 
181 
183 
120 


Carried  forward. 


year, 
dys. 
dys. 
dys. 
dys. 
dys. 
dys. 
dys. 
dys. 


To 

what  date 

paid. 


July  I,  1918. 

Dec.  1,  1918. 

July  1,  1918. 

Oct.  1,  1918. 

May  1,  1918. 

Nov.  1,  191&. 

Oct.  1,  1918. 


P.O. 


Amount 
Invested. 


3i 
4 
4 

4i 
5" 
5 
5 


Jan. 

1, 

1918 

Fune 

30, 

1918 

.lune 

30, 

1918 

June 

30, 

1918 

Tune 

30, 

1918 

Dec. 

31, 

191S 

Dec. 

31, 

1918 

Dec. 

31, 

1918 

Dec. 

31, 

1918 

Jan.     1,  1919 
July     1,  1918 


Jan.      1,  1919 


Nov.  1, 

fan.  20, 

July  20, 
Sept.    1, 

Sept.  1, 

Sept.  1, 

Mar.  1, 

Mar.  1, 

Mar.  1, 


1918, 
1919. 
1919. 
1918 
1918. 
1918. 
1919. 
1919. 
1919. 


3J 
3J 
3i 
ih 
3J 
3J, 
3| 
34 


5 

3J 

3i 

4 

4 

4 

4 


Interest  Realized. 


Sterling . 


&     s.      d 
11,061    3    3 


10,5.W  13    1 
3,987  19    0 

80,786    2 

45,302  18 
1,800  0 
3,200  0 
.500  0  0 


S   cts. 

9,250,000  00 

16,555,000  00 

60,000  00 

85,000  00 

30,000  00 

16,730,000  00 

300, roo  00 

135,000  00 
70,000  00 


1,473,609  B3 
433,900  00 


33,093,333  23 


10,000,000  00 

2, .396, 099  68 

2,396,099  68 

3,512,666  68 

250,000  00 

640,866  67 

4,403,.S3S  35 

640,666  67 

250,000  00 


184  12  9 

159  10  2 

1,615  14 

1,019  6 

45  0 

80  0 

1  5 


Currency. 


14,166  11  11 


i,360  1  8 


•S 


cts 


277,500  00 

289,712  50 

1,012  60 

904  72 

233  01 

292,775  00 

5,149  31 

970  89 

33  56 


500, 
42, 
41, 

70, 

13! 

87, 

12, 

3, 


000  CO 
276  37 
587  08 
830  76 
369  86 
129  19 
342  81 
848  42 
287  67 


§    Cttl. 
53,830  99 


898  57 

776  32 

7,863  17 

4, 960  67 

219  (-0 

389  33 

6  08 


68.944  13 
430,019  06 


868,291  59 
5,500  00 

58,944  38 
34,712  00 

2,395,643  02 
75,950  00 

992,800  00 


774,672  16 


5,636,532  21 


140 


iJEl'.Vi'lilENT  OF  FiyAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

Interest  on  Investments — Concluded. 


From  what  Source  Received 

and 

Nature  of  Investment. 


S 


Brought  forward.'. . 

Bank  of  Montreal,  London. 

Interest  on  Current  account 

Bank  of  Mmitreal,  New  York. 

Interest  on  Current  account. 

The  Universal  Radio  Syndi 

cate  of  London,  Kng.  Loans 


Province  of  Ontario  Loan. . . 

Province  of  Saskatchewan 
Loan 

Province  of  Briti.sh  Columbia 
Loan 

Province  of  Manitoba  Loan. . 

Huron  and  Erie  Mortgage 
Corporation 

Grand  Trunk  Railway  Co., 

Imperial  (Government 

Being  balance  of  interest  due 
by  Imperial  Government 
after  deducting  interest  due 
them  by  the  Dominion  Gov 
emmeiit  to  March  31,  1919 
on  various  advances.. . 


3  years., 
276  dys. 
3  years., 
240  dys. 
3  years. 
207  dys. 


1   year. 
1  year. 


153  ciys. 

243  dys. 
\  year. 
VarioaS' 


To 

what  date 

paid. 


July  11,  1918 
July  U,  1918. 
.fuly  11,  1918. 

Jan.    15,  1919 

Feb.     1,  1919 

Mar.  28,  1919 
Mar.     1,  1919 

Sept.  1,  1918 
Jivn.  1,1919, 
Mar.  31,  1919 


p.c. 


6 
5 

e 

^ 

Gi 

6J 
5' 

3i 
6" 

5^ 


Amount 
Invested. 


cts. 


7,500  00 
3,750  00 
3,750  00 

000,000  01) 

500,000  00 

000,000  00 
500,000  00 

500,000  00 
593,333  ;« 


Interest  Realized. 


Currency.  Currency, 


1,408  56 
685  78 
668  83 


S   cts. 
5,636,632  21 

1,211  37 

373,750  57 


2,763  17 

130,000  OO 

162,500  OO 

150,070  64 
10,513  70 

11,650  60 

17,812  00 

924,197  32 


7,421,001  58 


PUBLIC  ACOOVNTS 


141 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 
\ 


No.  5 


Statement  of  Casual  Revenue  paid  to  the  Rece'ver  General  for  the  fiscal  year 

ended  March  31,  1919. 


From  whom  received  and  nature  of  receipt. 


Department  of  Agriculture — 

Cattle  ins|)ection 

Sales  experimental  farms 

Various  sales 

Refund  previous  years'  expenditure 

Analysis  fees 

Conscience  money .- 

Sale  of  publications 

Goods  damaged  in  transit 

Rent  of  cold  storage,  Revelstoke 

II  ii  Grimsby 

Sale  of  motor  car 

Refund  previous  years'  salaries 

Goods  lost  in  transit 

Refund  cost  of  cablegrams 

Refund  unused  ticket 

Refund  Commissioner  of  Patents,  Washington. 

Out.sianding  account  for  rent   

Certificates  and  badges  lost  

Exchange  collected   

Sale  of  hull  of  launch 

Sale  of  wood  at  Levis       

Refund  freight  charges   

Charges  testing  seed   

Difference  civil  and  military  pay 


Department  of  Archives — 
Fees  for  copying 


Canada  Food  Board — 

License  fees 

Electrotype  sales 

Suspense  account  

Sale  of  books 

Sale  of  fish  cases 

Penalty  fund  

Account  Canada  Trade  Commission . 


Less  credit  in  error. 


Canadian  Registration  Board- 
Sale  office  supplies  


Canadian  Fuel  Control  - 
Importers'  [jermits. 


Covimiision  of  Conurvation — 

Refuod  i)reviou3  years'  expenditure 

Customs  Department— 

Certified  copies  of  manifest   

Refund  previous  years'  expenditure. 

Outstanding  cheques  

Sale  of  old  paper   

Refund  on  teKgrama   

Sale  of  boat   

Conscience  money 

Fees  certified  drawbacks 


Carried  forward . 


6, 
102, 


879  22 
B07  44 

744  12 

745  3^S 
5  00 
5  00 

162  41 

47  21 

100  00 

659  37 

24.5  15 

41  6K 

2.T  83 

19  57 

139  10 

029  12 

35  00 

75  25 

213  32 

86  oO 

87  62 
2  51 

126  50 
23  75 


293,303  48 

3,070  33 

3,294  67 

13.573  95 

10  15 

352,484  82 

107  48 


465,844  88 
12,620  34 


1B9  90 
I  2i 

416  48 

120  40 

3  30 

28  00 

252  49 
3  50 


S      cts. 


118,608  53 
43  11 


453,224  54 
1  00 

59,357  40 

305  60 


995  28 


632,535  46 


142 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Statement  of  Casual  Revenue  paid  to  the  Receiver  General  for  the  fiscal  year 
ended  March  31,  1919 — Continued. 


From  whom  received  and  nature  of  receipt. 


Brovight  forward 


Exchequer  Court — 
Reports 


External  A  fairs — 

Fees 

Less  refunds   . . 


Department  of  Finance — 

Interest  on  excess  circulation   

Hegistratiou  Fe,es  War  Loan  Bonds   . 

Conscience  money 

Gift  from  G.  W.  Soulaby 

Refund  previous  years'  expenditure. . 

Adjusting  outstanding  cheques 

Sale  of  waste  paper 

.Sale  of  publications 

To  adjust  sa  vings  banks 

To  adjust  .salary  High  Commissioner. 

Premiuui  on  gold  bars 

Iridium  sold 

Refund  Fenian  Raid  Bounty 

Charges  refining  silver  chloride 

Jamaica  coinage 

Proof  silver - 

Profit  on  silver  coinage 

Profit  on  refining  gold 

Profit  on  refining  copper      

Gold  proof  plate 

Making  dial  sights 

Zinc  purchased 

Duniage  to  returned  c.ylinders 

Charges  refining  gold    ... 

Newfoundland  coinage   

Charges  for  assay 

Sale  of  silver  sweep 

Platinum  block 

Sale  old  stores '. 

Refund  previous  years'  pensions     .   . 


House  of  Commons — 

Private  Bills   

Dtpartmtnt  of  Indian  Affairs — 

Supplies  and  advances  to  Indians. . . 

He  ex-pupils 

Sale  of  njotor  boats  and  sundries  . . . 

Sale  of  publication 

Sale  of  old  school    .  

Refund  jirevious  years'  expenditure 

Refmid  annuities 

Refund  unused  ticket 

Refund  a|>plicatiun  for  water  

Tuition  fees  refunded 

Reni;s 

To  close  suspense  account 

Department  of  Inland  Revenue — 

Feeding  stuff , 

Patent  uiedicine   

Adulteration  of  Food 

Fertilizer    

Milk  testing  glasses 

Sale  of  empties 


Carried  forward . 


cts. 


33, 188 
2,041 


81,712 

18,838 

40 

30 

39t> 

41,407 

97 

0 

2 

0 

875 

2,43e 

100 

IS 

402 

20 

720,384 

22,632 

e9,7SO 

18 

10,236 

22 

410 

67.421 

4,093 

191 

54,088 

1,264 

1,421 

64a 


8,734 

1,374 

1,594 

4 

60 

178 

23 

2 

46 

2 

426 

.  50 


.377 

493 

2,365 

55 
665 

84 


4,039  83 


632,535  46 


116  04 


31,147  42 


1,100,191  54 
7,095  90 


12,495  27 


1,78;!,581  63 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


143 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

Statement  of  Casual  Revenue  paid  to  the  Receiver  General  for  the  fiscal  year 
ended  March  31,  1919 — Continued. 


From  whom  received  and  nature  of  receipt. 


Brought  forward . 


Department  of  Inland  Revenue — Continued. 

Refund  previous  years'  salaries 

Interest  on  overdue  War  Tax 

Exchange  collected 

Electric  Standard  Laboratorj' 

Cash  over  in  Montreal 

Sale  of  publications 


Department  of  Interior — 

Refund  previous  years'  Dominion  Lands  and  Parks. 

II  11  Scientific  Institutions     .... 

M  II  Northwest  Territories 

Refund  previous-years  expenditure 

•I  M  salaries   

Registration  Fees  Yukon   

Balance  estate  S.  Beeches  

Licenses  sold 

Pedlars  licenses  Northwest  Territories 

Sale  of  Sundries 


DcpaHvient  of  Immigration — 

Rctund  previous  years  expenditure 

Sale  of  sundries     

Accoimt  expenses  repatriation 

Refund  overjiayinents 

Refund  lost  exhii  it     

Refund  stores  destroyed . . . . 

Refund  account  Income  Tax 

Refund  unused  ticket 

Maintenance  Chinese  coolies 


Department  nf  Justice — 

Sheriff  Fees  Dawson 

Refund  previous  years  expenditure   

Refund  previous  years  expenditure  Dominion  Police. 

Refund  Witness  Fees 

Adjusting  .Turiges  salaries 

.Sale  old  Material  Penitentiaries 


Department  of  Labour — 

Subscriptions  to  *'  Labour  Gazette ' 
Sale  of  Publication . . 


Department  o*  Marine — 

Marine  Register 

Refund  expenses  of  crew 

Conscience  Money 

Refund  for  medicjil  treatment 

Sale  of  Publications 

Refund  previous  years  expenditure. . . . 

Re  Board  of  Trade 

Sale  of  old  Material   

Hire  of  "  .\rannon  "  and  wages 

Refund  Exi>ress  charges   

4  share  of  Freight 

Foreshore  t^uit  claims  and  Water  lots. 

Transfer  of  land   .  

Wages  and  effects  distressed  seamen. . 


Carried  forward . 


4,039  83 


75  26 

4  67 

21  60 

20  0.5 

818  22 

6  05 


9,201  77 

33  98 

118  00 

842  5,T 

6  50 

739  60 

960  88 

l.Ori  50 

25  00 

96  53 


1,027  36 

336  16 

10  60 

52  60 

19  35 

206  20 

4,229  80 

1  .50 

2,212  75 


1,423  OO 

44  20 

1,056  37 

1  00 

70 

5,659  91 


1,309  80 
123  10 


68  58 

81  48 

205  00 

248  36 

29  54 

3,740  55 

352  40 

894  83 

1,548  27 

40 

73  92 

211,682  !»8 

1  00 

11  75 


218,939  06 


1,78.3,581  63 


4,986  08 


13,096  31 


8,096  32 


8,185  18 


1,432  90 


1,819,378  42 


144 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

Statement  of  Casual  Revenue  paid  to  the  Receiver  General  for  the  fiscal  year 
ended  March  31,  1919 — Continued. 


From  whom  received  and  nature  of  receipt. 


Brouglit  forward ^. 


Dcpii rtmcnt  of  Afci rinf— Continued. 

Unclaimed  Wages 

K.\amination  of  Masters  and  Mates . 
Fares  on  Government  steamers. . .    . 

Wireless  Telegraph 

Fine  on  Crew  

License  to  occupy  wharf 

Part  payment  account  lighthouse . . . 

i  share  of  Profits 

tlents 


Less  charged  to  Lighthouse  and  Coast  in  error 90  00 

M    Fees  attesting  men  without  authority 5  70 

Department  of  Militia  and  Defence — 

Refund  previous  years  expenditure 

Refund  for  light  and  water  used . . 

Refund  per  Ssrt.  Clark 

Contract  Penalty ... 

Part  cost  sidewalk  (juebec .   ... 


Less  officer  paying  Imperial  Pension. 

Department  of  Mines — 

Sale  of  publications 

Sale  of  sundries 

Refund  previous  years  expenditure  . 
Goods  lost  in  transit 


Department  of  Naval  Sen-ice — 

Refund  previous  years  expenditure 

Sale  of  sundries 

Unclaiuied  depo.sit  cheque 

Wireless  fees . 

Refund  for  (.■ondemned  beef 

Fees  Royal  Naval  College 

Sale  of  publications 

Fi.'-h  culture.   . .        

Sale  of  biological  station . 

"  La  Canadienne  "  and  other  ships 

Canadian  Government  steamer  "  Princess  ". 

Sale  of  life-boat  station   

.'^ale  of  reduction  works   

Maintenance  Port  Nelson  station 

Sale  fish  fry  fertilizer,  etc.,  etc 

Refund  for  water  supplied 

Difference  in  cheque 

Sale  of  seal  skins 

Insurance  on  Souris  fish  dryer 

Radio-telegraph 

Rents  fish  diyer  at  Souris  and  othere 

Unclaimed  fishing  bounty  cheques 

Overcharge  on  freight 

Exchange  collected 

Rents  of  plots,  water  lots  and  yard  residents. 

Pri  vilege  to  lay  cable  .   

Sale  of  em[)tie9 

Unused  tickets  

Percentage  on  furniture 

Sale  of  land    

bale  of  hatchery 


Carried  forward. 


218,939  06 


266  90 

3,363  99 

45  00 

29  79 

108  54 

1  00 

65  00 

4,983  35 

506  53 


228,219  16 
95  70 


962  45 

93  00 

210  00 

2,433  33 

176  50 


3,875  28 
80  46 


319  91 

274  00 

2,604  15 

33  04 


169  25 
2,118  92 

72  OB 
446  85 
286  77 

3,650  00 

799  32 

8,302  77 

200  00 

36,206  no 

46,555  09 

95  00 

11,826  88 

37  50 

2,077  07 

14 

02 

5,197  31 

2,000  00 

43,126  15 

427  87 

216  45 

73  97 
307  93 
353  55 

24  33 

1,02H  31 

9  60 

479  88 

100  00 

1,750  00 


1,819,378  42 


228, 123  46 


3,794  82 


3,231  10 


167,936  90 


2,222,464  70 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


145 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 


Statement  of  Casual  Revenue  paid  to  the  Receiver  General  for  the  fiscal  year 
ended  March  31,  IQ\^— Concluded. 


From  whom  received  and  nature  of  receipt. 


Brought  forwaixi. 


Pott  Office  Department — 

Refund  previou.s  years  expenditure. . 

Department  of  Printhuj  and  Stationery — 

Sale  of  publications 

Sale  of  waste  paper 

Profits  on  stationery 


Department  of  Public  Works — 

Rents 

Sale  of  old  material 

Sala  of  land  at  Windsor 

Sale  of  Immigration  Hall 

Removal  of  coal   

Hire  of  tugs,  etc 

Sale  of  tugs,  etc 

Sale  of  photo  supplies 

Refund  on  railway  ticket 

Damage  done  by  rock  breaker   

Privilege  to  lay  cable 

Settlement  claim  Hull  Iron  &  Steel  Co.  vs.  King. . . .    . . 

Overpaid  telephone  account,  Mounted  Police 

Refund  previous  years  expenditure 

Refund  for  missing  equipment.    

Refund  account  transiwrtation . .   . 

Refund  previous  years  International  Joint  Commission. 

Discount  allowed 

Refund  for  water  supplied 

Error  in  charges  for  changing  motor 

Department  of  Eailwaiis  and  Canals — 

Interest  on  railway  subsidies 

Assignment  of  land 

Sale  of  land 

Sale  of  scrap,  etc  

Refund  previous  years  expenditure 

Conscience  money 

Sale  of  earth  from  canals 

Damage  done  to  canal 

Rent  of  scow,  pump,  lx)ilers,  etc 

Basin  charge  C.G.S.  "Scout" 


Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police — 

Refund  previous  years  e.xpenditure. 
Less  outstanding  cheque 


Departm^ntof  Secretary  of  State- 
fees  

Less  refunds 


Senate — 

Private  Bills 

Certified  copies . 


Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce — 

Patent  medicine 

Refund  previous  years  unexpended  balance.. 

Feeding  stuffs 

Adulteration  of  food 

Fertilizer  

Sale  of  old  material 

Testing  glasses 

Weights  and  Measures  Laboratory 

Elec  ric  Standard  Laboratory 


S  cts. 


17,939  85 
12,080  53 
47,836  30 


100, 

14, 

5, 

1, 

43, 
25, 

7, 

2, 
5, 
1, 


028  78 
242  93 
102  57 
825  25 

45  00 
934  50 
771  35 
215  14 

46  50 
487  80 
173  02 
500  00 

16  75 

576  61 

448  01 

14  75 

11  40 

20  76 

11  00 

909  38 


205,147  37 

1  00 

198  00 

6,667  14 

87  .50 

525  00 

31  10 

10  00 

398  70 

22  10 


61  13 
10  00 

194,078  00 
23,898  90 

6,143  58 
262  00 


226  00 
888  26 
742  15 
033  17 
572  10 
212  74 
275  20 
632  15 
135  Oo 


S  cts. 


2,222,464  70 
1,016  36 

77,856  6 


209,381  50 


213,087  91 


51  13 


170,179  10 


6,405  68 


9,716 


2.910,189  73 


2—10 


146 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 


No.   6 


Statement  of  Total  Receipts  on  account  of  Superannuation  for  the  Fiscal  Year 

ended  March  31,  1919. 


From  Whom  Received. 

Superannuation  Revenue, 
R.S.C.  Cap.  17, 

Sec.  18. 

Superannuation  Fimd, 

No.   2,   R.S.C.   Cap.    17, 

Sec.  18. 

Charges  of  Management— 

Assistant  Receiver  General's  Office  : 

Halifax         

S     cts. 

$      cts. 
79  32 

S     cts. 
49  00 

242  38 

161  00 

175  00 
532  01 

192  50 
41  94 
35  00 

45  50 
265  13 

220  50 
175  00 
517  13 
451  51 
360  50 
327  25 
614  25 
140  00 
301  00 
206  50 
231  00 

76  12 
343  00 

S     cts 

Charlottetown 

19  32 
60  00 

216  00 

62  76 

538  62 

114  00 

CivU  Oovermiient — 

49  00 

Civil  Service  Commission   

Customs 

441  98 
138  00 
293  00 

liioo 

86  95 
134  00 
423  46 
331 P  18 
113  00 

1,489  63 
638  15 
306  49 
2.39  61 
382  51 
148  00 

2,436  08 
161  80 
234  00 
325  50 
200  49 
60  66 
269  OO 
80  50 

Finance 

General  Consulting  Engineer 

Governor  General's  Secretary's  Office 

Immigration  and  Colonization 

Marine 

Militia       .                  

Post  Office 

Printing  and  Stationery 

Privy  Council ... 

PubUc  Works                            

R.  N.  \V.  M.  Police 

9,975  27 

5,654  22 

Legidation — 

343  83 
206  34 
196  00 

241  50 
50  76 

Senate 

■746'i7 

56  00 

19  00 

6  75 

40  00 

80  00 

1  00 

105  15 

3,011  62 

1,665  48 

292  26 

40  76 

R.  N.  W.  M.  Police 

Customs 

2,037  57 
950  46 

Weights  and  Measures,  (lat  and  Electric  Light — 

39  00 
20  25 

69  25 

40  76 

Carried  forward 

15,835  01 

9,024  27 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


147 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

Statement  of  Total  Receipts  on  account  Superannuation  for  the  Fiscal  Year 
ended  March  31,  1919 — Concluded. 


From  Whom  Received. 

Superannuat 
R.S.C. 

Sec. 

S      cts. 

on  Revenue, 
Cap.  17, 

.?      cts. 

Superannuation  Fund, 

No.    2,  R.S.C.   Cap.    17, 

Sec.  18. 

» 

S      cts. 

$       cts. 

Brought  forward   

15.8:?5  01 

9,024  27 

19  44 
13  20 
10,12!)  92 
80  00 
43  83 
46  50 
120  00 

Post  Otlice 

4,855  60 

Trade  Commissioners 

Militia                                  

126  00 

Interest  on  Abatements 

29  15 

140  02 

14  06 

36  00 

31, 703  66 

Less  Paiiments — 

S.  M.  Eraser 

£.  Deville 

L.  C.  Pereira 

J.  A.  Murray 

26,287  90 
219  23 

45,709  53 

Less  Payment— 

L.  A.  A.  J.  Comte   

963  97 

Less — Allowances  paid  to  following  persons   during 
year  1918-19.  Chargeable  to  Superannuation  No.  2. 

H.  Bernard S       431  88 

Thos.  Clappison 1, 119  96 

P.  Davieau   384  00 

E.  B.  Elson       817  68 

H.  Foster 720  00 

R.  Franck 450  72 

Wm.  Hoey         327  00 

S.  B.  Jamieson 1,069  08 

.T.Kennedy 216  CX) 

M.  D.  Kelly 693  24 

S.  R.  Loftus 178  79 

M.  Macaulay 450  72 

J.  F.  Mcintosh 681  96 

Christopher  McRae 30  40 

M.  H.  Morean 313  80 

A.  H.  O'Brien 1,74144 

F.  A.  Osborne              .         .                         578  64 

, 

Daniel  Phelan     1,512  00 

Geo.  H.  Roe 4.52  76 

H.  E.  Ross 144  00 

A.  Rouillard    ..    643  80 

W.  L.  Ryan   512  00 

.Tno.  L.  .Scott 376  08 

Margaret  Sh.iw 528  00 

T.  B.  Trudel 1,105  92 

S.  .T.  Wood 328  68 

j 

16,244  87 

16,244  87 

26,068  67 

28,500  69 

10  GEORGE  V  -  SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2  A.   -IQaO 


EXPENDITURE  STATEMENTS 


149 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


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SINKING  FUNDS. 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


To  Whom  paid. 

Loans. 

Nature 

of 

Investment. 

Rate 
of 

Interest 

Amount 
Purchased. 

Total. 

Sundry  persons  .    ... 

Loan  of  1884 

Loan  of  1930-50 

Loan  of  1940-60 

Canadian  Securities. 

Loan  of  188^ 

1909-34 

1930-50 

1940-60 

1920-25 

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204,469  12 

24,333  33 

166,326  25 

50,126  67 

4,866  67 

3,406  66 

$       cts. 
453,528  70 

486  66 
14,247  95 

359,077  56 
S9,254  65 

103,505  17 
38,933  34 

128.097  32 

116, 9:«)  82 

106.473  19 

37,959  99 

1888  ... 

1930-50 

1914-19 

1940-60 

1920-25 

1888 

1930-50 

1940-60 

1920-25 

605,505  33 

389,461  32 
1,448,495  35 

Note. — .lanuarj-  and  April  Sinking  Funds  not  included  in  above  owing  to  delay  in  receiving  same. 


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CHARGES  OF  MANAGEMENT. 


To  Whom  Paid. 


R.  Cane  ....    

A.  T.  Wilson 

A.  W.  Steel 

Kenneth  C.  Freeman 


City  and   District  Saving 
Bank,  Montreal   


Service. 


I.  H.  Mathers  . . 
A.  C.  .Tohnston. . 
.J.  H.  Balcom  . . . 

M.  J.  Ring 

M.  D.  S.  Brown 


J  E.  Wilson.  . 
S.  P.  McOavour 
R.  S.  Cowan... 

R.  Ewing 

E.  H.  Cameron, 
G.  T.  Corbett  . 
T.  H.  Lawson  . 


A.  C.  McMicken 

E.  W.  H.  Armstrong 
K.  Frederickson  .... 

H.  E.  -oyl 

H.  E.  Copeland   ... 
Tho8.  Patterson .... 


D.  B.  McConnan. 

W.  Winsby   

S.  A.  Staden 

Thos.  Knight    . . . 
M.  F.  Gower. 


P.  Pope 

F.  Loughran 

D-  A.  McKinnon. 
H.  S.  Stewart  . . . 


G.  S.  Nicolb  . 
Wm.  Morton. 


S.wiNGS  Banks  and  Office.s  of  the  Assist.\nt 
Receivers  General. 

Assistant  Receiver  OeiteraVt  Office, 
Toronto. 

Salary  to  31  March,  1919     

31         ,.       1919 

.•51         „       1919 

31        ..      1919 

Coniingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery. . 

Montreal. 

Amount  paid  that  institution   for  acting  Assistant 

Receiver  General,  year  ended  March  31,  1919. . 
Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery 

Halifax. 


Sal-iry  to  31  March,  1919 

31        „      1919 

31        „      1919 

31        „      1919 

31         ..       1919 

Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery 

St.  John. 


Salary  to  31  March,  1919. 


31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 


1919 

1919. 

1919. 

1910. 

1919. 

1919. 


Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery . 
Winnipeg. 


Salary  to  31  March,  1919. 


31 

,   1919 

31 

,   1919 

31 

.   1919 

31 

,   1919 

31 

.   1919 

Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery . . 

Victoria. 


Salary  to  31  March,  1919 

31        .,      1919   

31        M      1919 

31        „      1919 

31        „      1919 

Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery. . . 

Charlottetotim. 

Salary  to  HI  March,  1919 

31        „      1919 

31        ..       1919 

31        ..       1919 

Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery  . . 

Calgary. 


Salary  to  31  March,  1919 

31        „      1919  

Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery. 


Carried  forward. 


2,800  00 
1,600  00 
1,300  OU 
900  00 
4,951  69 


12,000  00 
423  25 


3,000  00 
2,000  00 
1,900  00 
1,400  00 
900  00 
1,220  86 


2,700  00 
1,900  00 
1,500  00 
1,550  00 
1,300  00 
1,100  00 
700  00 
1,051  56 


2,900  00 
2,000  00 
1,500  00 

800  00 
800  00 
879  68 


3,000  00 
1,326  25 
1,500  00 
1,300  00 
1,000  00 
2,740  74 


2,900  00 
1,900  00 
1,400  00 
1,100  00 
358  22 


1,189  50 
665  32 
441  41 


$        cts. 


11,551  69 


12,423  25 


10,420  86 


11,801  56 


8,879  68 


10,866  99 


,658  22 


2,2%  23 
75,898 


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CHARGES  OF  MANAGEMENT— Con<i/n/ed. 


To  Whom  Paid. 


S.  C.  Nelles  . . 
J.  H.  Matkin 


T.  Campbell  . . . 

F.  W.  Homer.. 

G.  K.  .Tost 

J.  M.  Rudolphe 

J.  Redden 

E.  D.  Tremaine 

W.  A.  Park   . . . 


.A.mtrican  Bank  Xote  Co. 


Bank  of  Montreal,  London. 


Sundry  Express  Coy's    . . . 
W.  H.  Peck,  New  York. 

American  Bank  Note  Co., 

Mew  York 

American  Bank  Note  Co., 

Ottawa ... 

American  Bank  Note  Co., 

Ottawa 

American  Bank  Note  Co., 

Ottawa     

The  Signamre  Co.,   New 

York 

Courtney  &  Seare  

Royal  Bank  of  Canada 

Thornton  &  Truman 

E,  F.  Stirvevor 

Paul  LaB:idie 

American  Bank  Protection 

Co 

Porter  Safety  Seal  to... 

Sundry  {lersons 

Montreal  City  and  District 

Savings  Bank,  Montreal, 

t^ie 

Pritchard- Andrews      Co., 

Ltd 

American  Machinists,  Ltd. 
Morton,  Phillips  &  Co... 


Ser\ice. 


Brought  forward. 


Begina. 


Salary  to  31  March,  1919  

31         „       1919 

Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery 

Savinys  Banks,  Nova  Scotia. 

Salarv  to  31  March,  1919,  Sherbrooke 


31 
31 
31 
31 
31 


1919,  Barrington  . 
1910,  Guysboro  . . 
1919,  Lunenburg. 
1919,  Kentville  .. 
1919.  Port  Hood. . 


Neir  BrunSictck. 


Salary  to  31  Mari;h,  1919,  Newcastle.   

Contingencies,  including  Printing  and  Stationery. 


Becapitulalion. 


Salaries 

Contingencies. 


Printing  Do^ainio'n  Notes. 

Printing  notes 

Printing,  advtriisin^,  inspection,  express,  He. 

Cables... 

Advertising 

Stationery 

Express 

Charge  for  certificate  re  cremation  of  25,000,  2  year 
5%  temporary  notes,  due  August  1,  1919  .    ... 

Printing  bonds 

Printing  treasury  bills 

Printing  labels 

Printing  cheques* " '  * 


Pens 

Insurance  on  notes  and  bonds. 

Insurance  on  bonds 

Repairing  locks,  etc 

Legal  expenses 


Inspt^ction  of  burglar  alarm . 

Seals 

Cartage,  Currency  Branch . . 


Rent  of  office . 


Seals  and  rubber  stamps. 

Repairing  pens 

Stationery  


Carried  forward . 


75,898  48 


1,189  50 
653  22 
428  46 

2,271  18 

250  00 
300  00 
300  00 
500  00 
500  00 
300  00 

400  00 

889  48 

3,439  48 

81,609  14 

68,223  79 
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71  53 

309  46 

57  30 

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50  00 

81  86 

426  00 

37  50 

3,600  00 

30  00 
510  77 
12  50 
59  50 
40  50 
.37  50 

50  00 
30  00 
20  50 

1,166  66 

8  10 
13  25 
13  00 

59,990  78 

410,430  14 

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CHARGES  OF  MA^AGEMEMT— Concluded. 


To  whom  paid. 


Bond  transfer  clerk,  Tor 
onto 

Bond  transfer  clerk,  Mon 
treal 

Sundry  person.s 


Bank  of  Montreal,  London 
>■  11      New  York 


London 


Sundry  banks 


Bank  of  Montreal,  London 


Sundry  i>ersons 

Ottawa     Branch,      Royal 

Mint- 
Prof.  W.  Nichol 

Prof.  A.  Stansfield 

Prof.  W.  H.  KUis 


Service. 


Brought  forward ; 

Printing^  advtrtising^  inspection,  express,  etc. — Con. 
Postage 


Clerical  assistance  required  for  the  issuing  of  Victory 

Loan  Interest  cheques 

Salaries 


Commission  fnr  paiinient  of  interest  on  Public  Debt 
and  purchase  of  Sinking  Funds. 

For  services  as  financial  agents  in  London  for  year 
ending  December  31,  1918,  at  rate  of  £150  per 
million  of  debt 

One-eighth  per  cent  for  paynient  of  interest  coupons. 

Brokerage  on  Purchase  of  Sinking  Fundi. 
One-quarter  per  cent  brokerage 


Revioval  of  foreign  and  uju-urrent  coin  from 
circulation. 


Removal  of  foreign  and  uncurrent  coin .... 
English  bill  stamps,  postage,  etc. 


Postage   

Bill  stamps 

Commutation  of  Stamp  duty 


Less -Sundry  fees  for  issue  of  certi6cates 

'Clerical  assistance  in  connection  with  the  transfer  and 
registration  of  War  Loan  Bonds,  etc. 

Clerical  assistance 

•Statutary  Currency  Act  1910, 


Trial  of  Py.\ . 


S    cts. 


.59,990  78 


50  00 

50  00 

2,988  00 
2,554  43 


54,405  48 
10,891  50 


275  87 

804  80 

3  04 


1.083  71 
41  37 


173  95 

174  25 
177  95 


8  ct«. 


410,430  14 


65,633  21 


65,296  98 
3,50G  45 

6,900  96 


1,042  34 


170,000  00 


526  15 
723,336  23 


160 


DEPAETMEyT  OF  FINA2fCl> 


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REDEMPTION  OF  DEBT. 


To  whom  paid. 


Sundry  pereons 

M  

II  

11  .... 

Sundry  persons 

Bank  of  Montrea  1 . . . . 

Sundry  Banks 

I.        persons  . .     . . 
Imperial  Government. 


Sundry  persons. 


Service. 


Dominion  Stock  issue  A  3A  per  cent. 
II  II  B  3|  per  cent. 


5%  Debenture  Stock,  1919 

War  Savings  Certificates 

War  Savinfcs  and  Thrift  Stamps.. . 

New  York  Temporary  Loan,  1915. 

1917. 

Treasury  Bills 


Temporary  Loan,  Imperial  Government,  amount 
written  off  to  March  31,  1919,  against  advances 
made  to  Imperial  Government,  in  Canada  as  per 
agreement  with  the  British  Treasury 

Compensation  to  Seigneurs   


S    cts. 


18,000  00 
10,100  00 


25 

200 

15, 


28,100  00 
100,000  00 
105,936  90 
116,132  45 
.5,000  00 
000,000  00 
000,000  00 
411,250  00 


,172,130  72 
779  33 


249,939..S29  40 


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PREMIUM  DISCOUNT  AND  EXCHANGE  EXPENDITURE. 


Details. 

Rate. 

— 

Amount. 

Total. 

Premium  on  New  York  Funds 

li% 
2    % 
2A% 

99-84 

lOOi 
1005 

S      ct«. 

5,000,000  00 

15,000,000  00 

5,000,000  00 

5,000,000  00 

S       cts. 

75,000  00 
30(J,000  00 
101,. i62  50 
104,687  50 

•S        cts. 
581,250  00 

30,000,000  00 

Discount  on  Bills 

400,000  OO 

£      s.    d. 

3,050    0    0 
13,580    0    0 

640  00 

Premium  on  Stock    

37  11 
413  06 

Purchased  for  Sinking  Funds 

450  17 

582,340  17 

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LIST  OF  PERSONS  SUPERANNUATED  DURING  THE  FISCAL 

YEAR  1918-19. 


$      cts. 

Alford.  WiUiam 1,285  28 

Allen,  Geo.  G 809  03 

AlUeU,  R.  J 525  84 

Atwood,  W.  W 560  00 

Barrett,  D.  A 1,450  55 

Bennie,  Thomas   1,124  50 

Borden,  J.  W  2,077  83 

Churchill,  James   840  00 

Comer,  Geo.  W.  H 558  00 

Connolly.  Peter 1,120  00 

Crowe,  William  J 748  00 

Gushing.  -Tames 619  74 

Daniel,  Roliert  T     980  00 

Davidson,  William  J 791  11 

DEntremont.  Joseph  A 192  00 

Desjardins.  .Alphonse 1,456  00 

Devinney,  F.  J 952  00 

Urummond,  Robert  F 1,057  44 

Eaton,  William  P 980  00 

Falconer,  James  E 744  72 

Foley,  James  G 2,392  50 

Gallet,  Alphouse 717  50 

Genest,  J.  A 736  00 

Gorman,  J.  A 1,260  00 

Graham,  William  J 1, 100  00 

Harney,  Thomas 1,050  00 

Helliwell,  H.  N 1,050  00 

Keo^h,  Peter  M 840  00 

Kirkpatrick,  John  A  1,260  00 

Carried  forward 29,578  04 


S      cts. 

Brought  forward 29,578  04 

Kirwan,  Philip  T 1,470  00 

Loftus,  S.  R 714  92 

Macpherson,  William 1,260  00 

Macpherson,  William  T .  1,224  00 

JIathews,  John  S     1,680  00 

Morrisey,  John 582  1*- 

Munro,  Hugh  D 770  00 

McCaffry,  James  R I,6o0  00 

McGirr,  John 1,470  00 

McLaren,  Duncan       319  38 

McSween,  James 1.960  OO 

ODonoghue,  D 1,497  23 

Pearson,  Wesley 1,190  00 

Pope,  Charles. 1,470  OO 

Potter,  M.J ]  ,540  OO 

Power,  F.  J 1,120  00 

Saulnier,  John 182  OO 

Sparks,  George  A.  S 1,6S0  00- 

Sparks,  Robert 1,248  33: 

Taylor,  Hugh  W 556  50 

Thompkins,  Patrick .    .  840  00 

Thompson,  William 319  38 

Turner,  H   1,435  00 

Vaviu-^our,  Edwin  W 980  00 

Wills,  George  W t    .  1,302  00 

Wood,  E.  B 1,470  00 

59,538  96 


LIST  OF  SUPERANNUATED  PERSONS  WHO  DIED  DURING  THE 

FISCAL  YEAR  1918-19. 


S      cts. 

Argyle,  Thomas 252  00 

Auger,  J    192  06 

Beauchesne,  P.  0 700  00 

Black,  John 204.57 

Bourrett,  A 609  58 

Briand,  Alfred   648  00 

Burke.  P.  E 1,260  00 

Bums,  Thomas 1,050  00 

Cahill,  J.  H 1,273  13 

Clark,  Patrick 360  00 

Currier,  J.  E.  W 1,218  47 

Deschamps,  J.  B 336  CO 

Dewar,  G.  R 913  89 

Donaghv,  William 868  00 

Daniel,  Robert  T 980  00 

Eager,  J.  B 499  56 

Egan,  James 432  00 

Fox,  Thomas 1,048  53 

Hatth,  Walter   379  50 

Hawken,  Frank 1,820  00 

House,  William  T 295  16 

Howie,  Alexander 700  00 

Joule,  A.  J 380  00 

Carried  forward 16.420  45 


S      cts. 

Brought  forward 16,420  45 

Keays,  J.  A 209  00 

Kirkpatrick,  R 420  00 

Macdonald,  D 90000 

McCaffrey,  F 270  00 

McCaffrey,  J.  F  120  00 

McCart,  Peter 473  66 

Xorth,  John  W 56197 

Pigeon,  Charles 630  00 

Reiffenstein,  G.  C 525  33 

Simpsjn,  J.  B 1,260  OJ 

Small,  H.B...      1.264  60 

Smallpiece,  H.  W 552  00 

Smyth,  A.  G 620  OO 

Stewart,  Xeil .  1,375  70 

Stratton,  Robert  288  00 

Sullivan,  Timothy 263  00 

Tyner,  F       680  80 

Thompson,  William 319  38 

White,  Lt.  Col.  Frederick 3,500  00 

Wilson,  David 830  45 


31,374  34 


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10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


Service. 


Interest  on  Public  Debt 

Charges  of  Man.\ge5ient 

Sinking  Fu.nds 

Premium  Discount  .and  E.vchansre . 


Civil  CJovernment. 


The  Governor  General 

The  Lieutenant  Governor  of  Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova  Scotia 

New  Brunswick 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British  Columbia 

Prince  Edward  Island 

The  High  Commissioner  for  Canada  in  England    

Office  of  the  High  Commissioner  for  Canada  in  England 

Department  of  Agriculture 

i.  Archives 

Office  of  the  Auditor  General 

,.  Civil  Service  Commission   

M  Commission  of  C  '>nservation 

Consulting  Engineer _ 

Department  of  Custoui.s ....    

i,  External  Affairs 

I.  Finance 

II  Insurance  

Office  of  the  Governor  General's  Secretary 

Department  of  Indian  Affairs 

II  Inland  Revenue 

II  Interior 

II  Immigration  and  Colonization 

II  Justice 

•I  Labour 

II  Marine 

.,  Militia  and  Defence 

II  Mines 

II  Naval  Service 

Post  Office 

,1  Printing  and  Stationery 

II  Privy  Council 

II  Public  Works 

II  Railways  and  Canals 

I,  R.N.W.  Mounted  Police 

II  Secretary  of  State 

II  Trade  and  Commerce 

Overseas  Militarj'  Forces 

Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment 

Departments  Generally 


Administbatiox  ok  Justice. 


The  Supreme  Court  of  Canada— 

Salarie-s 

Contingencies 


Carried  forward  , 


cts. 


Salaries. 

48,666 

10,000 

9,892 

9,000 

9,000 

9,000 

9,000 

9,000 

9,000 

7,000 

10,000 

21,247 

475,379 

54,1193 

138.722 

42,002 

33,437 

1.199 

331,679 

60,569 

140,803 

3.3,918 

28,700 

119,820 

144,  .S22 

1,070,412 

121,774 

167,337 

,")5,276 

219,390 

189,577 

333,3.'i0 

168,236 

820,7.">6 

62,801 

57,124 

509,004 

191,194 

18,556 

80,.307 

135,589 

7.000 

18,458 


5,991,604  42 


51,897  92 
14,563  74 


Contingencies. 


62,022  11 

99,917  50 

7,723  44 

6,971  86 

103,817  57 


17,907  46 
15,4.53  34 
45,421  97 
25,529  34 
61,346  44 
13,976  29 
10,880  06 
96,471  23 
24,677  91 
22,109  08 
17,984  73 
30,052  26 
17,.")50  31 

7,260  16 

37,295  94 

125,893  11 

7,725  25 
10,000  00 
50,532  19 
16,655  57 
752  42 
1.3,504  99 
14,614  51 


157  60 
278,488  40 


1,243,293  04 


69,461  66 


69,461  tfi 


7,431,432  10 


723,336  23 


1,448,495  35 


582,340  17 


7,234,897  46 


J'iJSLlC  AVCOUNTb' 


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EXPENDITURE  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

Admisistbation  OP'  J vsTicE.— Concluded. 


Exchequer  Court  of  Canada- 

Salaries 

(._.   Contingencies 


Ontario — 

Court  of  Appeals 

High  Court  Division. 

County  Courts 

Circuit  Allowances  . 


Quebec — 

Court  of  King's  Bench . 

Sujireme  Court 

Circuit  Allowances 


Nom  Scotia — 

Supreme  Court   ... 

County  Courts 

Court  of  Divorce. . . 
Circuit  Allowances 


New  Brunswick — 

Court  of  .\ppeals 

Court  of  King's  Bench . 

County  Courts 

Circuit  .\llo%vances 

Court  of  Divorce  


Prince  Edward  Island — 
Supreme  Court   . . . 
County  Court     . .    . 
Circuit  Allowances. 


Manitoba  — 

Court  of  King's  Bench . 
Court  of  Appeals   .... 

County  Courts 

Circuit  Allowances .... 


Alberta — 

Supreme  Court 

District  Court 

Circuit  Allowances.. 


Saskatchewan — 

District  Court 

Court  of  Appeals : 

Court  of  King's  Bench . 
Circuit  Allowances . . . . 


British  Columbia — 

Supreme  Court.    .. 
Court  of  Appeals. . , 
County  Court ...... 

Circuit  Allowances. 


Yukon  Territory 
Miscellaneous. .    . 


Dominion  Police. 


19,733  34 
6,158  6£ 


36,000  00 

95.647  84 

228,387  09 

24,106  04 


42,331  82 

283,(^88  74 

19,073  21 


43,000  00 

19,808  34 

500  00 

4,650  94 


19,000  OO 

25,000  00 

18,040  32 

7,888  17 

500  00 


16.400  00 

9,.">00  00 

705  15 


37,000  00 

29,064  16 

27,000  00 

5,099  04 


55,000  00 
33,000  00 
20,898  40 


47,241  66 
2S,000  00 
31.000  00 
16,128  19 


S7,000  00 
36,000  00 
40.417  74 
18,815  65 


69,461  66 


25,802  03 


384,140  97 


345,296  77 


67,959  28 


70,428  49 


26.605  If 


98,163  20 


108,898  40 


123,369  85 


132,253  39 

36,369  59 
6,869  63 


1,49.5,688  41 


148,488  98 


184 


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EXPENDITURE,  191S-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Kingston 

St.  Vincent  de  Paul. 

Dorchester 

Manitoba  

British  Columbia. 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

Generally 


Penitentiabies. 


LEGIfLATION. 

Senate 

House  of  Conr.mons 

Library,  salaries 

Library,  contingencies 

Books  for  General  Library 

Books  for  Library  of  Am^^rican  history 

Printing  of  Parliament ...  - 

Printing,  binding  and  distributing  the  annual  statutes. 

Contingent  expenses  re  voters'  list 

Contingencies  of  the  Clerk  of  the  Crown  in  Chancery. . 

Elections   

Provincial  voters'  list 

Controverted  elections 


Immigration  and  Colonization 
Quarantine 


Agbioulture. 

Patent  records 

Experimental  Farms — Maintenance  of  Central  Farm  and 
establishment  and  maintaining  of  additional  branch 
stations 

Branch  of  Etymology 

For  the  administration  and  enforcement  of  the  Destructive 
Insect  and  Pest  Act - 

For  the  development  of  the  dairying  industries  and  the  im 
provement  of  transportation,  sale  and  trade  in  food  pro- 
ducts  

Fruit  branch 

Towards  the  encouragement  of  cold  storage  warehouses  for 
the  better  production  and  handling  of  perishable  food 
products , 

Exhibitions 

For  the  renewing  and  improving  of  Canadian  exhibit  at 
Imperial  Institute,  London,  and  assisting  in  maint;en- 
ance  thereof 

Health  of  animals 

For  the  administration  and  enforcement  of  the  Meat  and 
Canned  Foods  Act   

Publications  Branch     . 

International  Institute  of  Agriculture,  to  assist  in  mainten- 
ance thereof,  and  provide  for  representation  thereat .... 

For  the  development  of  the  Live  Stock  industry     . .      

To  enforce  the  Seed  Act,  to  test  seeds  for  farmers  and  seed 
merchants,  to  encourage  the  production  and  use  of 
superior  seeds,  and  to  encourage  the  production  of  farm 
and  gardi'n  crops 

For  the  administration  and  carrying  out  of  the  proviaiona  of 
The  Agricultural  Instruction  .A.ct   - 

The  Agricultur.al  Instruction  Act  "Statutory" , 

Contribution  towards  the  cost  of  thi^  monument  to  Louis 
Hebert  in  Quebec 


Ctf. 


301,030  42 

202,442  39 

139,795  14 

83,204  95 

84,990  87 

93,193  11 

96,158  26 

5,871  26 


381,418  74 

1,034,091  04 

34,700  00 

6,945  25 

17,761  15 

798  22 

117,473  46 

18,041  34 

5,179  10 

3,990  02 

135,578  06 

10,410  96 

13  50 


30,413  06 


1,024,319  83 
17,172  20 


93,321  06 


103,904  06 
86,870  69 


18,950  44 
24,975  18 


2,100  00 
372,416  77 

360,836  49 
28,707  82 

7,739  71 
600,084  09 


164,962  59 

15,278  29 
931,786  23 

1,000  00 


1,007,586  40 


1,766,400  84 


1,112,079  17 


227,389  18 


3,884,928  51 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


185 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Pensions. 

Judges  and  miscellaneous 

Militiamen,  Rebellion  of  1885  and  generally 

Militia  Pension  Act,  1901 

Pensions  on  account  of  Fenian  Raids  1S66-70 

Canada  Military  Asylum  Pensions 

Pensions  payable  to  Mounted   Police,  Prince  Albert  volun- 
teers and  police  scouts  on  account  of  the  rebellion  of  1885 

Mounted  Police  (Statutory) 

European  War 

Board  of  Pension  Commissioners  of  Canada 


Superannuation . 


Militia. 

Allowances  Active  Militia 

Cadet  Services  

Contineencies 

Departmental  Library 

Engineer  Services  and  Work-.= 

Grants  to  As.-'ociations  .ind  Hands 

Headquarters  and  District  Staffs 

Maintenance  of  military  properties 

Permanent  Forces 

Printing  and  Stationery 

Royal  Military  College 

Salaries  and  Wages   

Surveys 

Transjxirt  and  Freight 

Training  areas ' 

Gratuities — 

Gratuity,  on  retirement  to  Mr,  Henry  Harris,  caretaker 
Hamilton  Armouries 

Workmen's  Compensation  Act 

Gratuities  ta  sundry  persons 

Life  pensions  to  Robert   Allen,    Ronald   Morrison  and 
Walter  Pettipas 


Railways  and  Canals — Capital. 

Canadian  Government  Railways— Construction  and  Better- 
ments  

Dartmouth  to  Deans  Branch  lines 

Car  Ferry— Construction  of  Terminals 

Halifax  Ocean  Terminals 

Branch  Lines — To  brin^  lines  up  to  Canadian  Government 
Railways,  branch  lines  standard 

Contribution  toward  cost  of  construction  of  a  railway  bridge 
on  the  Canada  Central  Railway  over  the  Peace  River, 
near  Peace  River  Crossing 

Eichcqner  Court  Awards — 

Fredericton 

Bedford  Basin 

Chaudiere  Junction  Yard 

St,  John,  N.B.,  Government  Elevator 

Portneuf  County,  Quebec 

Carried  forward     


11.145,104  00 
16,015  19 
55,830  58 
14,2;«'  40 

169,161  44 


175.000  00 


5,689  09 

6,921  28 

415  00 

Mb  9" 

2,302  74 


11,591,022  69 


cts. 


198,642  42 

24,727  14 

136,990  22 

1,280  25 

24  00 

2,977  02 

48,525  52 

1,598,601  06 

,270,672  75 


51, 

68, 

5, 

1, 

304, 

2 

234! 

loi; 

1.947, 

61. 

201, 

210, 

31, 

16, 

4, 


282  94 
770  05 
337  80 
043  13 
144  38 
.548  60 
856  99 
352  39 
301  01 
666  77 
885  26 
066  29 
082  23 
697  64 
642  79 


1,130  25 
1,147  65 
7,950  39 

966  02 


cts. 


18,282,440  38 


495,016  94 


3,253,875  58 


186 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FIXAyCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19—C  ontinued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 


Railways  and  Canals— Capital— Concluded. 
Less— 

Car  Ferry,  previous  years 

Work  Equipment,  previous  years 

Rolling  Stork,  previous  years 

Sunnybrae  Branch,  previous  years.. .      

Surveys  and  Inspections,  previous  years 

Sand  sold,  prsvious  years.. ^ 

Rails,  Western  Lines,  previous  years 

Turntables,  previous  years 

Moncton  shops,  previous  years 


New  Brunswick  and  Prince  Edward  Island  Railway. 

Quebec  and  Saguenay  Raihcay — 

Construction 

Purchase . . 


Hudson  Bay  Railway — 

Construction  of  Railway  Terminal  including  §2.50  ad 
vauces  uncollected 


Quebec  Bridge- 
Construction  . 


National  Transcontinental  Railways — 

To  pay  claims  for  right  of  way 

Land  taken  at  Quebec 

Previous  years,  outstanding  cheque   

Exchequer  Court  Award,  St.  Joseph,  Quebec 

Canals — 

Welland  Ship  Canal— Construction 

Rideau  Canal— Construction  of  bridge  at  Pretoria  Ave. 

Ottawa 

Trent  Canal^Construction 


-Income. 
top    of     wharf  —  St. 
walls — Lake    St. 


Railways  and  Canals 
Canals:— 

Chambly  —  Renewing     concrete 

Johns   

Carillion   and    Grenville— Protection 

Francis 

Carillon  and  Grenville— Rebuilding  lower  entrance  pier. 

Lachine— Dredging 

Ontario  St.  Lawrence  Canal— Improvements. . 

St.  Peters's  Can.al — Improvements 

St.  Peter's  Canal— To  rebuild  highway  bridge 

Trent — Improvements 

Welland  — Heavy  repairs   ...  

Welland— To  rebuild  bridge  at  Dunville,  washed  out  by 

flood . .    


Miscellaneous — 

Arbitrations  and  awards 

Board  of   Railway   Commissioners  for  Canada — Main 
tenance  and  operation 

Board  of  Riilway  Commissioners  for  Canada — Salaries   . 

Contribution  of  the  Government  Railways  to  the  Faculty 
of   Mc(iill    University   towards   tiie   foundation   of 
school  of   railway   engineering  and    tran.simrtation 
general    in   connection    with    the    Faculty   of   applied 
science 


Carried  forward. 


.$       cts. 


11,591,022  69 


100  00 

421  33 

1,365  8S0  65 

420  00 

146  50 

37,982  57 

15,428  35 

1,600  00 

10,621  00 


1, 149,900  79 
3,4S9,313  53 


485,178  86 

417,^76  41 

162,799  91 

1,021  81 


1,823,904  56 

8,000  00 
380,059  52 


892  40 

1,975  34 

994  30 

14,986  38 

21,070  27 

6,946  26 
13,957  24 
32,447  73 
22,308  13 

21,966  32 


104,491  04 

177,405  10 
54,494  34 


2,500  00 


S   cts. 


10,158,422  29 
30,121  23 


4,639,214  32 
562,557  80 
656,761  79 


1,066,876  99 


2,211,964  08 


S   cts. 


19,325,918  50 


137,604  .37 


338,800  48    137,604  .37 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


187 


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EXPENDITURE,  1918-19~C  ontinued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

Railways  and  Canals— Income— Concluded. 

Miscellaneous — Continued. 

Contribution  of  the  Government  Railways  to  the  Faculty 
of  the  Polytechnic  School,  alontreal,  foi  the  advance- 
ment of  learning  in  connection  with  railway  engineering 
and  transportation  in  general 

Contribution  to  the  International  As.=ociation  of  Railways 
Congress  

Costs  of  litigation 

Governor  General's  Car — Attention,  repairs,  etc 

Miscellaneous  work  not  provided  for 

Expenses  in  connection  with  consolidation  of  Railway 
Act  

Expenses  of  auditon  behalf  of  the  Government  of  Canada 
of  any  railway  company  in  Canada 

Surveys  and  Inspections — Railways,  including  salaries 
and  expenses  of  experts  employed  temporarily 

Surveys  and  Inspections — Canals,  including  salaries  and 
expenses  of  experts  employed  temporarily 

Workmen's  Compensation  Act 


Total  Income 


Railways  and  Canals— Collection  of  Revknue. 

Railways.— 

Canadian  Government  Railways — Working  expenses.. 
St  John  and  Quebec  Railway — Working  expenses. .    . 
Canadian     Government     Railways — Exchequer    Court 
awards 


Canals. — 

Staff  and  repairs . . . 
Statistical  Officers 


Miscellaneous. — 

Compassionate  allowance  to  the  widow  of  the  late — 

Harold  B.  Robeson 

Gordon  H.  Doak , 

F.  Lajoie  

Paul  Cyr 

W.  J.  Clark 

Horace  Levesque 

Edmond  Cole 

Robert  Wiggins 

Compassionate  allowance  to  the  father  of  the  late  John 

Ar     1 1  ibaMcInnis 

Gratuity  to  Robert  A.  Grant 

Gratuity  to  Daniel  Delorey 

Gratuity  to  John  Dubroy 


Plblic  Wobks—Capital. 
Public  Building.^— 

Ottawa  Parliamentary  Buildings — Restoration .... 

Ottawa,  New  Public  Building     

Ottawa  Public  Building—Exchequer  Court  awards. 


Less— Ottawa  New  Public  Building-  Refund . 


Carried  forward. 


$   cts. 


338,890  48 


2,500  00 

97  33 

557  98 

5,000  00 

330  55 

10  00 

8,333  29 

48,291  22 

17,510  72 
569  21 

43,688,392  59 
192,69C  05 

8,  .543  43 


1,648,686  59 
36,771  28 


2,000  00 
2,C00  00 
2.000  00 
2,000  00 
2,000  00 
2,000  00 
2,000  00 
2,000  00 

2,000  00 

500  00 

500  00 

500  00 


2,263,0*8  56 

49,981  07 

948,905  97 


3,201,935  60 
1,450  00 


$   cts. 


137,604  37 


442,090  78 


43,889,626  07 


1,585,457  87 


19,.500  00 


3,260,485  60 


3,260,485  60 


S   cts. 


559,695  15 


45,494,583  94 


188 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

Public  Works  Capital — Concluded. 

Harbours  and  Rii'ers — 

St  John  Harbour — Improvements 

Quebec  Harbour — Champlain  dry  dock 

Quebec  Harbour — Champlain  dry  dock — Supreme  Court 
awards 

Quebec  Harbour— River  St.  Charles,  improvements  to 
navigation 

Toronto    Harbour — Improvements 

Port  Arthur  and  Fort  William — Harbour  and  river  im- 
provements   

Vancouver  Harbour—  Improvements 

V  ictoria  Harbour,  B.  C. — Improvements 

Shi])  Canal—  River  St.  Lawrence 

Dredging  Plant  for  the  5t.  Lawrence  River  from  Mont 
real  to  Father  Point    

Converting   si.\  ship  Channel  Tugs  for  Salt  water  ser- 


Less— Red  Biver,  Manitoba — Refund  of  previous  years .  . 


Public  Works  Income. 

Pvblic  Buildings — 
Nova  Scotia — 

Halifax   Dominion    Buildings — Improvements,    re 

pairs,  etc 

Halifa.v  Quarantine  Station  on   Lawlor's   Island- 
Water  supply 


Prince  Edward  Island — 

Georgetown — Installation  of  electric  light  system. . 

New  Brunswick — 

St.  John,  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements  and 
repairs 


Maritime  Provinces— Generally— 

Dominion    Public    Buildings — Improvements    and 
repairs      


Quebec — 

Dominion    Public    Buildings  —  Improvements    and 

repairs 

Farnham  public  building— Addition 

Grosse  Isle  Quarantine  Station — Boiler  house,  new 

boilers,  etc .' 

Grosse  Isle  Quarantine  Station — Improvements  and 

repairs  to  building,  fitting  and  furniture 

Grosse  Isle  Quarantine  Station — New  buildings  . .  . 
Montreal  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements  and 

repairs .... 

Montreal    (lencral    Post    Office — Remodelling    old 

building........      

Quebec  Post  Office — Enlargement  and  alterations. . . 

Three  Rivers — New  Public  building 

St.  Lambert— To  pay  (iovernment  share 


Total  Quebec. . 
Carried  forward . 


$  cts. 


266,725  98 
354,a81  04 

87,195  84 

400,382  61 

324.872  63 

191.873  49 
149,783  22 
129,226  33 
425,332  57 

70,912  87 

46,528  85 


2,447,815  43 
2,953  23 


2,780  85 
9,581  64 


665  53 


5  109  94 


21,192  45 


21,933  99 
6,496  13 

117  74 

14,994  70 
3,426  70 

22,259  25 

2,921  09 

10,150  41 

6,9S4  68 

1,806  02 


S   cts. 


3,260,485  60 


2,444,862  20 


12,362  39 


665  53 


5,109  94 


21,192  45 


91,090  77 


130.421  08 


S   cts. 


5,705,347  80 


PCBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


189 


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EXPENDITURE— 1918-19— Con<Miuerf. 


Service. 


Brought  forward. 


Public  Works  Income. 
Public  Buildings.— 
Ontario — 

Fort  William — Improvements 

Dominion    Public    Buildings  —  Improvements   and 

repairs 

Hamilton  Post-OfEce — Electric  wiring  and  fixtures, 

etc ..     

Kemptville — Public  building 

Ottawa  Departmental  Buildings — Fittings,  etc 

Ottawa   Departmental   Buildings — Renewing  metal 

covering  on  Mackenzie  wing  of  West  Block .... 
Ottawa    Government    Printing    Bureau  —  Freight 

elevator 

Port  Arthur-  Improvements 

Sault  Ste.  Marie Renewing  Electric  wiring... 

Toronto  Postal  Station  "A" 

Toronto  Dominion    Buildings — Improvements, 

repairs,  etc 

Kingston  Royal  Military   College— Enlargement  of 

Educational  Block 


Total  Ontario. 


Manitoba — 

Dominion  Public  Buildings — Improvements,  repairs, 
etc 

Winnipeg  Alterations  to  Immigration  building  No. 
**  1 "  for  accommodation  of  Postal  Station  "  A  " 

Winnipeg — New  Drill  hall 

Winniijeg  Immigration  Building — Improvements. 

Winnipeg  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements  and 
repairs 

Winnipeg  General  Post  Office — Improvements 

Winnipeg — To  pay  government  share  of  local  im- 
provement taxes 


Total  Manitoba. 


Saskatchewan- 
Dominion  Public  Buildings — Improvements,  repairs, 

etc 

Estevan  Public  Buildings— Improvements  to  heating 

apparatus 

Regina — .^Iterations,  and  fittings  for  ofiBce  of  the 

Assistant  Receiver's  General 

Sa.skatoon  Post  Office — Improvements 

Sutherland- Water  Supply  for  Forest  Nursery  Station 


Total  Saskatchewan. 


Alberta — 

Calgary— Drill  hall   

Calgary  —alterations  and  fittings  for  the  office  of  the 
Assistant  Receiver's  General 

Calgary  Dominion  Buildings — improvements,  re- 
pairs, etc 

Dominion  Public  Buildings-  -improvements,  repairs, 
etc   

Edmonton— Government  share  of  cost  of  permanent 
pavement  on  -lasper  Avenue  crossing  Govern- 
ment  property  occupied  by  Alberta  Peniten- 
tiary, including  interest  thereon  at  5  per  cent. . 

Grande  Prairie— Dominion  Land.-^  Office 

Total— Alberta 


Carried  forward . 


9     cts. 


19  23 

28,449  29 

1,021  66 

6.-.0  00 

75,080  57 

2,354  07 

6,178  98 

10  84 

1,197  20 

299,979  14 

16,087  26 

678  85 


2,091  32 

0,798  59 

4,457  86 

609  10 

12,052  45 
2,383  00 

15,264  49 


11,689  77 

1,620  00 

5,111  07 

1.0.5O  90 

1\  527  50 


80,710  47 
5,C29  50 
2,737  87 

11,397  68 


21.159  75 
1,062  70 


S  cts. 


130,421  08 


431,707  09 


42,656  81 


30,999  24 


122,097  97 


7-57,882  19 


.?  cts. 


190 


DEl'ARTJlEyT  Of   FIXAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

Public  Works— Iscouk— Continued. 
Public  Buildings — Continued. 

British  Cohimbia — 

Dominion  Public  Buildings— improvements,  repairs, 
etc 

Vancouver  Dominion  Buildings— Improvements,  re- 
pairs, etc 

Vancouver  Examining  Warehjuse — improvements 
to  heating 

Victoria  old  post  office  building — to  pay  taxes  due 
city  for  the  year  1917 .■:■■■ 

William's  Head  CJuarantine  Station— additional 
lands  and  b\iil dings . 

William's  Head  t^uarantine  Station— repairs  to 
existing  buildings,  fittings,  etc 

William's  Head  Quarantine  Station— water  supply . 


Total— Briti.sh  Columbia 


(generally — 

Experimental  Farms— new  buildings  and  improve- 
ments, renewals  and  repairs,  etc.,  in  connection 
with  existing  buildings,  fittings,  etc 

Dominion  Public  Buildings— generally 

Flags  for  Dominion  Public  Buildings 


Total— Generally . 
Total— Public  Buildings 


Rents,  Repairs,  Furniture,  Hcatinti,  etc. — 
•  Ottawa  Public  Buildings — 

Dominion  Observatory  and  Geodetic  Survey  Build- 
ing— Maintenance  of  grounds,  etc 

Elevator  attendants 

Gas  and  electric  light  including  roads  and  bridges. . 

Heating  including  salaries  of  engineers,  firemen  and 
watchmen   

Repairs,  furniture,  grounds,  snow  and  street  main- 
tenance, etc 

Rideau  Hall  (including  grounds)  improvement,  fur- 
niture, etc 

Rideau  Hall— Allowance  for  fuel  and  light 

Telephone  service  


Dominion  Public  Buildings — 

Dominion    Immigration   Building — Repairs,    furni 

ture,  etc 

Dominion  Quarantine  Station's  maintenance 

Fittings,  general  supplies  and  furniture   

Heating 

Lighting 

Power    for    running    elevators,     stamp    cancelling 

machines,  etc....    

Salaries  of  caretakers,  engineers,  firemen,  etc 

Supplies  for  caretakers,  etc 

Water 

Yukon  Public  Buildings — Rents,  repairs,  fuel,  light, 

water  service  and  caretakers  salaries 


Carried  f.irward 2,22-1,155  73 


8,806  51 

t;,979  7G 

2,511  00 

1,578  47 

9,503  85 

2,S22  85 
125,198  74 


«fi,171  94 

32,(172  37 

5,012  98 


2,899  49 
52,730  98 
59,996  83 

248,902  00 

449,343  89 

41,869  S7 
17,(100  00 
62,009  84 


12,472  23 
2,057  46 

68,308  S3 
315,133  15 
158,061  92 

63,139  (i3 

573,3:;6  44 

28,648  61 

49,6,38  62 

38,005  94 


•S   cts. 


757,882  19 


157,401  18 


103,857  29 


S   cts. 


1,019,140  66 


1,019,140  66 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


191 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 

.?      cts. 

.<      cts. 

S      cts. 

Brought  forward 

2,224,155  73 

2,623  35 
862,014  94 

3,109,394  02 

1,019,140  66 

Pdblic  Wokks  Ikcome—  Continued. 
Rfnts,  Repairs,  Furniture,  Heating,  cic— Concluded. 

Dominion  Public  Building— Condnucd. 

Victoria   B.C.— Astrophysical  Observatory— (Little 
Sacnick  Mountain)  maintenance,  repairs,  care  of 
grounds 

Rents 

* 

1,063  54 

3,752  98 
1,191  04 
1,142  23 
3,930  58 

1,796  71 

121  82 

4,255  17 

3,108  66 

873  89 

503  10 

1,263  00 

1,222  45 

340  85 

62,401  29 

7(!0  08 

1,511  07 

1,700  04 

1,776  97 

1,000  13 

850  02 

1,5,688  31 

2,998  00 

4,676  47 
2,800  41 
1,498  99 
1,000  35 

415  75 
1,520  00 

749  19 
1,934  14 

1,010  22 

Harbours  and  Rivers — 

Nova  Scotia — 

Barrington's    Cove,    Sidney   Mines —partial  recon- 

128,857  45 

3,109,394  02 

Battery  Point— breakwater  repairs  and  reconstruc- 
tion    .    .                      

Breen's  Pond — rt^pairs  to  breakwater 

Burlingti.n-repairs  to  wharf 

Cow  ISay  (Port  Morien)— repair-s  to  breakwater 

Cribbin's    Point— repairs    to  and  reconstruction  of 

Devil  s  Island— repairs  to  breakwater . 

Digby  Pier— renewals 

Kast  River — improvements   

Feltzen  South— repairs  to  breakwater 

Great  Village- repairs  to  wharf 

Harbours     and     Rivers,     generally — Repairs    and 

improvements 

Harbour  au  Bouche— repairs  to  wharf   

Jamesville — completion  of  breakwater 

Kelly's  Cove — repairs  to  wharf  and  breakwater 

MaitlaU'l — repairs  to  wharf 

Margaret  Harbour— repairs  and  improvements 

Margaretsville— repairs  to  breakwater 

McKay's  Point  (.Tudique)— repairs  and  renewals  to 

breakwater 

Parrsboro  — repairs  to  beach  protection 

Petite  Riviere— repairs  to  breakwater. .    

Portuguese  Cove— repairs  to  breakwater 

Round  Hill— Repairs  to  wharf 

South  Ingonish— To  repair  and  reconstruct    beach 
protection                                                 

Total  Nova  Scotia 

Carried  forward 

128,857  45 

4,128,534  68 

192 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Ccmtinued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

Public  Works— INCOJIE—Cojitmitcrf. 

Harbours  and  Rirers — Continued. 
Prince  Edward  Island — 

Harbours   and   rivers  generally — Repairs    and    im- 
provements   

Miminegash  Harbour  — Repairs  to  breakwater 

Mink  River— Repairs  to  wharf 

Souris — To  repair  p.nd  strengthen  breakwater.    . 

Summerside — Repairs  to  breakwater 

Tignish — Repairs  to  breakwaters 

Victoria — Repairs  to  pier   

Wood  Islands — Repairs  to  breakwaters 


Total  Prince  Edward  Island. 


New  Brunswick  — 

Back  Bay — Wharf  repairs  and  improvements 

Cape  Bald — Repairs  to  breakwater  pier 

Dorchester — Wharf  improvements 

Fort  Dufferin-  Reconstruction  of  breakwater 

Grand  Anse — Repairs  to  breakwater  and  pier     .    . 

Harbours  and  rivers  generally — Repairs  and  im 
provenients 

Neguac — Repairs  to  wharf 

Shediac— Repairs  to  wharf 

Shippigan  Gully — Repairs  to  breakwater  and  breast- 
works     ... 

St.  John  River  and  Tributaries— To  provide  for  full 
and  final  contribution  to  local  government,  not 
to  exceed  one-half  cost  of  certain  wharves  built 
by  it  in  tidal  waters  .    . .    

St.  Andrews — Repairs  to  wharf 

Tynemouth  Creek— To  repair  and  reconstruct  break 
water   

Welchport — Repairs  to  wharf  


Total  New  Brunswick . 


Quebec — 

Anse  Aux  Gascons— Repairs  to  wharf     

Anse  k  Beaufils — Improvements  to  channel 

Baie  St.  Paul — Repairs  to  wharf 

Barachois  de  MalLiaie— To  repair  approach  to  train 

ing  jetty 

Beloeil — Repairs  to  protection  piers 

Chicoutimi — Repairs  to  wharf 

Cross  Point — Repairs  to  wharf  

East  Templeton — Repairs  to  wharf 

Grindstone  M.  I. — Repairs  to  wharf 

Giaham — Reconstruction  to  wharf 

Harbours  and   Rivers  Generally — Repairs  and  im 

provcments 

Kamouraska— Repairs  to  wharf 

Laprairie— Protection  work^Maintenance  and  re 


pairs   

Lanoraie— Repairs  to  wharf 

T*avaltrie — Repairs  to  wharf 

Lea  Kscouniains — Rebuilding  outer  end  of  wharf.. . 

Les  Eboulements — Repairs  to  wharf  

L'Islet— Repairs  to  wharf   


Carried  forward. 


3,422  23 

1,994  23 

1,481  47 

114  30 

709  27 

515  95 

l,Xi2  08 

1,377  28 

100  43 
417  93 
667  07 
5,598  07 
750  18 

9,621  61 
2,916  63 
1,360  09 

3,617  53 


4,785  99 
733  48 

107  35 
959  83 


191  57 

2,422  57 

795  78 

2,385  70 

1,710  i4 
754  23 

1,881  61 
979  22 
999  81 

1,713  44 

71,755  84 
1,191  19 

18,390  62 

1,772  66 

549  49 

3,230  07 

697  OS 

1,172  36 


112,593  38 


S   cts. 


128,857  45 


10,946  81 


41,636  19 


181,440  45 


4,128,534  68 


4,128,534  68 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 

$       cts. 

S        cts. 

S       cts. 

Brought  forward    

112,593  38 

181,440  45 

4,128,534  68 

Public  Wobks—Ixcome— Continued. 

Harbours  and  Rivers— Continued . 

Quebec — Continued. 

Matane— Repairs  to  breakwater 

985  00 

Matane  Exchequer  Court  Award— Repairs  to  break- 

water . .    

6,901  68 

Malbaie — Claims  of  John  Bums 

2,907  03 

Murray  Bay— Repairs  and  improvements  to  wharf. . 

881  29 

Montreal— Floating  Dock 

105,000  00 

Matane— Repairs  to  wharf 

733  05 

MilleVa.hes 

306  91 

Pointe  a  Elie — Repairs  to  breakwater-wharf 

1,194  39 

Pointe  aux  Trembles— Repairs  to  wharf — Supreme 

Court  Judgment 

1,276  80 

Rimouski  — Harbour  Improvements. . .    

77,648  58 

Rimonski  Whaif— Water  supply 

6,000  00 

Riviere-du-I..oup  (en  bas) — Repairs  to  wharf 

1,497  37 

Riviere  Ouelle— Repairs  and  imijrovements  to  wharf 

1,379  79 

Sabrevois— Repairs  to  wharf 

287  00 

St.  Alphonse— Repairs  to  wharf 

798  03 

St.  Godfroy— Repairs  to  wharf   .    .    

982  89 

St.  Irenee — Repairs  to  w'harf - 

791  17 

St.  Johns — Reconstruction  of  booms 

1,496  56 

Ste.  Anne  des  Monts— repairs  to  pier 

'j0(j  03 

St.  Laurent,  Island  of  Orleans— repairs  to  wharf. . . 

2,8S5  27 

Ste.  Anne  de  Chicoutimi — pontoon          

3,191  32 

Sorel  —repairs  to  wharf   

2,499  65 

Three  Rivers     repairs  to  wharf •. .    .. 

1,998  18 

Vaudreuil— repairs  and  improvements  to  wharf 

853  96 

Vercheres  —wharf .    . . 

2,668  10 

Ville  Marie— repairs  and  improvements  to  wharf. . . 

3,761  57 

342,119  60 

Total— Quebec 

Ontario- 

Belleville    Harbour— improvements    to    wharf   and 

warehouse 

2,416  69 

4,102  09 

1,219  63 

478  59 

Blind  River— repairs  to  wharf 

Burlington  Channel— repairs  to  pier 

7,311  69 

CoUingwood  Dry  Dock  No.  1   

15,000  00 

9,208  96 

19,108  32 
4,604  37 
3,160  72 

French  River  Dams— repairs  and  maintenance 

French    River— in  full  and  final    settlement  of   all 

claims  of  Jennings  and  Ross  in  conneetion  with 

their  contract   fur  the  construction  of  the  sub- 

structure of  the  Big  Chaudiere  Dam,  including 

interest  thereon  at  o  per  cent 

5,779  64 

Goderich— repairs  to  lumber  dock 

2,555  98 

(irand  Bend— repairs  to  piers    

489  03 

Harbours   and    Rivers   generally— repairs  and    im- 

provements   

28,875  21 

572  18 

Kmgston— maintenances  and  operation  ot  combined 

roadway,  wharf  and  bridge     . .        

8,453  89 

Kingston  Dry  Dock— renewal  of  wall . 

9,410  76 

North  l!ay— in  full  and  final  settlement  of  the  claim 
of  C.  McGuire 

658  62 
14,770  69 

Carried  forward 

138,177  06 

523,560  05 

4,128,534  68 

2—13 


194 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Conhnwed. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

Pdblic  Works  Income— Continued. 


Harbours  and  Hirers — 
Ontario —  Continued. 

Port  Arthur  Dry  Dock— Act  of  1908,  Edward  VII, 
chap.  24   

Port  Colborne — repairs  to  breakwaters 

Port  Hope — harbour  improvements 

Port  Dovtrr— repairs  ti>  pier 

Port  Stanley — hai  bour  improvements 

Portsmouth — repairs  to  pier 

Rondeau  Harbour — repairs  to  piers  and  placing  of 
riprap   

Saugeen  River  at  Southampton-  repairs  to  piers. . . . 

Sheguindah — repairs  to  wharf 

Southampton — repairs  to  breakwaters 

Sturgeon  Falls — repairs  to  wharf 

Thessalon — repairs  to  wharf _ 

Wheatley — repair.'*  Co  pier         

Wellington — in  full  and  final  settlement  of  all  claims 
of  McFarlane,  Pratt,  Hanley,  Ltd  ,  in  con 
nection  with  their  contract  for  harbour  improve 
ments 

Wendover— repairs  to  wharf 


Total,  Ontario. 


Manitoba — 

Harbours  and  rivers  generally— repairs  and  improve 

ments 

Little  Pembina  Biver— diversion  into  Pelican  Lake. 
Red  River— repairs  to  channel  protection  work 


Total— Manitoba.. 


Saskatchewan  and  Alberta — 

Harbours  and  Rivers  generally- 
ments 


repairs  and  improve 


British  Columbia — 

Fraser  River  (lower)— improvements 

Fraser  River — improvements — revote 

Harliours  and  Rivers  generally — repairs  and  improve- 
ments   

Hardy  Bay  Landing  Float 

Prince  Rupert  Quarantine  Station — repairs  to  wharf 

Tofino — repairs  to  wharf 

Victoria  tt  arbour — repairs  to  wharf 

William's  Head  Quarantine  Station — Improvements 
and  repairs 


Total — British  Columbia . 


Generally— 

Harbour  and  Rivers,  generally. 


Total- Generally 

Total  — Harbour.-i  and  Jlivers  . 
Carried  forward 


138,177  06 


2,100  00 

7,417  62 

2,160  43 

4,365  77 

61,677  77 

3,227  19 

3,700  41 

3,038  80 

787  37 

1,792  24 

840  83 

340  93 

1,578  97 

3,240  00 

1,024  99 

3,159  50 

828  28 

2,668  92 


876  13 


20,927  69 
31,923  50 

43,406  21 

83  92 

2,197  58 

1,599  70 

4,479  47 

438  74 

15,668  88 


523,560  05 


235,470  38 


6,656  70 


876  13 


105,056  81 


15,668  88 


4,128,534  68- 


887,288  95 


5,015,823  63 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Conttnwed. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

PnBLic  Wobks—Ikcomk— Continued. 

Dred  (ting- 
New  Dredging  Plant — Ontario  and  Quebec 

Dredging — Maritime  Provinces. 

Dredging — Yar  i  outh  Harbour,  N.S 

Dredging     Ontario  and  Quebec 

Dre<lging— Manitoba.  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta.. 
Dredging — British  Columbia 


Total—  Dredging.. 


Slides  and  Booms — 

Slides  and  Boom^ — Generally.. 
Gatineau  Kiver — New  boom. . . 


Total — Slides  and  Booms . 


Roads  and  Bridges — 

Banff— Repairs  to  bridge 

Doininion  Roads  and  Bridges — Generally 

Kdmonton  —  Kepa  ts  to  bridge 

Metapedia  Interprovincial  Bridge — Repairs 

New  bridge    to    replace    present     Union     Bridge  over 

Ottawa  Rii>r  between  Ottawa  and  Hull.    

Ottawa— Maintenance     and     repair     of    bridges     and 

approaches 

Hunker    Road,    Yukon    Territory — In  full   and   6nal 

settlement  of  claims  of  .Tos.    W.  Boyle  for  timber 

used  in  building  the  roid 


Total— Roads  and  Bridges. 


Telegraph  and  Telephone  Lines  — 
New  Brunswick  — 

Chatham,   Escuminac  and  Point  Sabin  Telephone 
Line — Extension  to  Kouchebouguac 


Nova  Scotia — 

Cape  Breton  Telegraph  System — Renewal  of  poles 
between  Eskasoni   and  East  Bay 


Saskatchewan  and  All>erta— 

Moosejaw-Wood  Mountain  telegraph  line — Renewal 
of  poles — To  complt-te 

I'eace  River  Line — Woods  Clearance  Edmonton  to 
Peace  River      

Peace  River  Line — Repairs  and  renewals  between 
Spirit  River  and  Pouce  Coupe  and  between 
Athabaska  and  Grouard 

Qu'Appelle-Edmont<in— Telegraph  Line— Shifting  to 
pole  line  of  C.N.  Railway  between  Humboldt 
and  Warman,  Sask 

Repairs  and  improvements  to  office  buildings 

Shifting  line  to  roadways 

Total— Saskatchewan  and  Alberta 


Carried  forward. 


$       cts. 


1,422  16 

129,4.il  15 

120  00 

152,135  53 

23,455  62 

184,518  89 


154  70 

89  78 


2,343  31 

827  97 

41  04 

2,085  28 

790  87 

5,437  02 

6,789  32 


991  80 


781  75 


1,057  25 
220  05 

267  05 


%0  43 
1,426  10 
1,712  75 


S       cts. 


991  80 


781  75 


5,652  63 


7,426  18 


S      cts. 


5,015,823  63 


491,103  35 


244  48. 


18,314  81 


5,525,486  27 


196 


DEPARTiIE\r  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Brought  forward     . .     

RiBLic  Works -Income— Continued. 

TeleffTaph  and  Telephone  Linc:< — Continued. 
British  Columbia — 
Mainland  telegraph  and  telephone  lines — General  repairs 

and  improvements 

Mainland  telephone  lines — Extension  in  Kootenay  Dis 

trict 

Vancouver  Island  Lines —Repairs  and  improvements. . . 


Total  British  Columbia. 


Total  Telegraph  and  Telephone  Lines 

Miscellaneous — 

Architectural  Branch — Salaries  of  architects,  clerks  of 
works,  inspectors,  draughtsmen,  clerks  and  messen- 
gers of  ovitside  service, 

Monument  of  His  late  Majesty  King  Kdward  VII 

Engineering  Brancii-  -Salaries  of  engineers,  inspectors, 
superintendents,  draftsmen,  clerks  and  messengers 
of  the  outside  service 

Accounts  Branch— Salaries  of  agents  and  clerks,  travel- 
ling and  contingent  expenses  of  outside  service..   . . 

Maintenance  and  operatii:)n  of  water  storage  dams  on 
Ottawa  Kiver  and  tributaries,  surveys  in  connection 
therewith,  and  settlement  of  land  d.images 

(iratuity  to  Captain  Barney  Freeman  who  was  seriously 
injured  while  at  wjrk  in  the  Government  shipyard 
at  Selkirk 

For  operation  and  maintenance  of  inspection  boats .   ... 

National  Gallery  of  Canada 

To  pay  Western  Dry  Dock  and  Shipbuilding  Co.,  Limit- 
ed, of  Port  Arthur,  a  portion  of  the  fifth  payment 
of  subsidy  due  them  upon  completion  of  the  work 
covered  by  the  agreement  ratified  by  Chap.  57,  3-4 
George  V,  1913,  notwithstanding  that  the  work  i: 
not  completed    . .    

River  gauging  and  metering 

Surveys  and  inspections 


S    cts. 


30,052  .')S 

5.713  87 
(i,500  00 


Total  Miscellaneous. 


Total  Public  Works— Income. 


Public  Works,  Collection  of  Revenue. 
Sundrif  Works — 

Slides  and  Booms.    .    .. 

Graving  Docks 

Harbour  and  River  Works,  etc 

Collection  of  Public  Works,  Revenues 


Total— Sundry  Works 


Telcoraph  and  Telephone  Line,^ — 

Land  and  cable  telegraph  lines.  Lower  St.  Lawrence  and 
Maritime  Provinces,  including  working  e.\iienses  of 
vessels  required  for  cable  service 

Prince  Edward  Island  and  Mainland 

Saskatchewan ....    

Alberta 

Rri'ish  Columbia — Mainland 

British  Columbia — Vancouver  Island  District 

Yukon  System  (Ashcroft-Dawson).    .. 

Telegraph  and  telephone  service  generally 

Total —Telegraph  and  Telephone  lines 


Total— Collection  of  Revenue. 


52,1S9  32 
3,150  00 


377,124  94 
22,031  56 

110,671  39 


2,000  CO 

14,413  42 

7,993  00 


35,641  .50 
23,946  5i 
70,779  10 


51,341  OS 

50,697  36 

30.659  49 

4,583  14 


185,680 

81 

6,946 

IV\ 

56,215 

99 

79,4W>  12 

61,757 

23 

103,3,53 

76 

238,559 

.52 

8,196  68 

S       cts. 


,426  18 


S       cts. 


5,525,486  27 


42,266  45 


137,281  07 


740,190 


49,692  63 


719,880  81 


6,295,059  71 


877,471  84 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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EXPENDITURE,  191S-19— Continued. 


Service. 

-S        cts. 

-S        ct*. 

8        cts. 

iLiiL  Subsidies  .\nd  Steamship  Subventions. 

Atlantic  Oceon — 

Steam  service  between   Canadian   Atlantic  ports    and 

Australia  and  Xe\y  Zealand 

23,aS3  32 

Ocean  and  mail  service   between   Canada    and    Great 

Britain 

424,322  68 

Steam  service  between  Canada  and  Newfoundland. 

56,357  28 

Steam  service  between  Canada  and  the  West  Indies  or 

South  America  or  both 

222,743  52 

Steam  service  between  Canada  and  South  Africa 

60,8;«  30 

Pacific  Ocean — 

Steam  service  between  Canada  and  Australia  or   New 

Zealand  or  both,  on  Pacific  Ocean 

166,623  72 

Steam  service  between  Canada,  China  and  Japan .... 

180,992  00 

Steam  service  between  Prince  Kupert,  B.C.  and  Queen 

Charlotte  Islands 

21,000  00 

Steam  service  between  Victoria  and  San  Francisco 

2,480  92 

Steam  service  between  Victoria,  Vancouver,  way  ports, 

and  Skagway    

11,263  03 

Steam  service  between  Victoria  and  West  Coast— Van- 

couver Island   

4,374  94 

Steam  service  between  Vancouver  and  northern  ports  of 

British  Columbia 

16,800  00 

1,191,124  71 

Local  Services — 

Steam  service  between  Baddeck  and  lona 

5,825  00 

Steam  service  between  Froude's  Point  and  Lockeport,  N.S 

600  00 

Steam  service  Ixitween  Grand  Manan  and  the  mainland  . 

10,000  00 

Steam  service  between  Halifax,  Canso  and  Guystx>rough. 

o.O.iO  00 

Cape  Breton  iwrts 

8,000  00 

Steam  service  between  Halifa.v,   Malone  Bay,  Tancook 

Islands  and  Le  HavTe  River  ports 

1,926  98 

Steam  service  between  Halifax  and  Spry  Bay  and  ports 

in  Cape  Breton 

4,0C0  00 

Steam  service  between  Halifa.\,  South  Cape  Breton  and 

Bras  d'Or,  Tjake  pi;rts 

3,999  94 

Steam   service   between    Halifax   and    we.it  coast  Cape 

Breton  callin  '  at  w'ay  port:5    

4,000  no 

1,692  30 

Steam  service  between  Halifax  and  Sherbrooke  . . 

Steam  ser\ioe  from  the  opening  to  the  closing  of  naviga- 
tion in  1!)1S  between  ch»   mainland  and  tlie  Magda- 

len Islands 

18,000  00 

Steam  service  between  Mulgrave  and  Canso 

6,500  00 

Steam  service  between  Mulgrave  and  Guysborovigh  call- 

ing at  intermediate  ports 

5,500  00 

Steam  service  between  Newcastle,  Neguac  and    Escumi- 

nac  calling  at  all  intermediate  jxjints  on  the  Mirami- 

chi  River  and  Miramichi  Bay   

2,  .500  00 

Steam  service  between  Pelee  Island  and  the  mainland . . 

8,000  00 

s 

Steam  service  between  Petit  de  Grat  and  Intercolonial 

Railway  terminus  at  Mulgrave 

6,207  58 

Steam  service  between   Piutou  and  Montague  calling  at 

Murray  Harbour  and  Georgetown 

3,580  00 

Steam  service  from  the  opetdng  to  the  closin{5  of  naviga- 

tiim  in  1918  between  Pictou,  Mulgrave  and  Cheti- 

camp 

7,500  00 

Steam  service  from  the  opening  to  the  closing  of  naviga- 

tion in  1918,  between   I'ort   Mulgrave,    St.    Peter's, 

Irish  Cove  and  Marble  Mountain  and  other  ports  on 

the  Eras  d'Or  Lakes 

8,500  00 

Carried  forward 

111,331  SO 

1,101,124  71 

198 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FIXANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1Q18-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward    

Mail  Subsidiks  and  Steamship  Subventions — Concluded. 

Local  Services — Continued. 

Steam  service  during  the  year  1918,  between  Quebec  and 

Harrington,  calling  at  ports   and    places   along   the 

northern   shore  of   the  river  St.  LawTence  between 

such  terminals 

Steam  service  between  Quebec  and  Gaspe  basin,  touching 

at  interm  diale  ports 

Steam  ser\'ice  between  St.  Catherines  Bay  and  Tadousac. 

Steam  service  between  St.  John  and  Bridgewater 

Steam  service  between  St.  .John  and  Digby 

Steam  service  between  St.  John,  Digby,   Annai>olis  and 

Granville,  viz. :  along  the  west   coast   of   Annapolis 

Basin 

Steam  service  between  St.  John,  N.B.  and  parts  on  tht 

Bav  of  Fundy  and  Minas  Basin,  and  Margaretsville. 

X.S 

Steam  service  between  St.  John,  N.  B.  and  St.  Andrews 

N.  B.,  calling  at  intermediate  points 

Steam  service  or  services  between   St.    John,    Westport 

and  Yarmouth  and  other  way  i»orts 

Steam  service  during  the  se;ison  of  1918,  between  Sydney 

and  Bay  St.  Lawrence,  calling  at  way  ports   

Steam  service  during  the  season  of  1918,  between  Sydney 

and  Whycocomagh  

Expenses  in  connection  with  the  supervision  of  subsidized 

Steamship  services 


Nav.^i.  Service. 

Naval  Service — To  provide  for  the  maintenance  and  upkeep 
of  ships.  Naval  College,  dockyards  at  Halifax  and 
Esquimalt  and  Royal  Naval  Canadian  Volunteer  Re- 
serve    

Fishing  Rights  at  Fighting  Island  Depot  River — Exchequer 
Court  award 

Fisheries  Protection  Service — To  provide  for  the  repairs  and 
maintenance  of  Fisheries  Protection  Steamers 

Hydrographic  Survey '. 

Radiotelegraph  Service — To  provide  for  the  buildings  and 
maintenance  of  wireless  stations 

Tidal  .Service — To  provide  for  tiie  maintenance  of  tidal  sta- 
tions and  surveying  steamers 

Patrol  of   the    Northern   waters  of  Canada 

Life-Saving  Stations — Including  rewards  for  saving  life. . . 


Ocean  and  River  Sbkvicb. 

Maintenance  and   repairs  to  Dominion  steamers  and  ice 

breakers 

Examine.-s  of  masters  and  mates 

Investigations  into  wrecks   .    

Expenses  of  schools  of  navigation 

Registration  of  .shipping 

Removal  of  obstructions  in  navigable  water 

InH|>ection  of  live  stock  shipments 

To  continvic  subsidy  for  wrecking  plants— Quebec,  Maritime 

Provinces  and  British  Columbia 

Unforeseen  exin-nses 

Amount  re<piired  for  two  steamers  for  buoy  service  in  Mari 

time  i*ro\  inces 

Gratuity  to  J.  T.  Rowan  for  services   rendered   the   Royal 

CominiHsion 


111,331  80 


27,999  99 

8,500  00 

886  67 

2,5(10  00 

20,000  00 


2,000  00 

2,249  94 
4,000  00 
10,000  00 
6j000  00 
3,000  00 
2,2.56  86 


228,728  08 

4,618  29 

76,671  66 
87,608  62 

221,488  91 

18,223  02 
65,000  00 
89,843  61 


1,19.'?,370  89 
12,921  ?6 
8,947  97 
5,120  62 
3,018  31 
93  50 
2,319  72 

35,000  00 
1,401  09 

102,655  93 

.350  00 


•S   cts. 


1,191,124  71 


200,725  26 


cts. 


1,391,849  97 


792,182  19 


1,366,199  29 


PUBLIC  ACCOUXTS 


199 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Lighthouse  and  Coast  Service. 

Aprencies,  rents  and  contingencies 

Salaries  and  allowances  to  light-keepers  

Maintenance  and  repairs  tj  lighthouses 

Construction  of  liglithouses  and  aids  to  navigation,  including 
apparatus,  submarine  signals,  and  providing  suitable 
boats  for  carrying  on  constrnction  work 

Signal  service 

Administration  n{  pilotage  and  maintenance  and  repairs  to 
steamer  "Eureka.'' 

Maintenance  and  repairs  to  wharfs 

To  provide  for  breaking  ice  in  Thunder  Bay  and  Lake  Su 
perior  and  other  points  deemed  advisable  for  the  good  of 
navigation - 

Amount  required  to  pay  pension  of  8300  per  annum  to  follow, 
ing  retired  pilots  :  Ls.  R.  Demers,  Jos.  Lapninte,  Nes 
tor  Lachance,  Paul  Gobeil,  Barthelpmi  Lachance,  Al- 
phonse  Asselin,  Ch^s.  .Normand,  Nap.  Rioux,  Elzear 
De.srosiers,  Hubert  Raymond,  Arbee  Bemier,  Laurent 
Godbout,  Adelme  Pouliot,  Eomond  Larochelle,  L.  K 
Morin,  A.  T.  Simard,  J.  Plante.  V.  Vezina,  J.  G. 
Dupil,  Raymond  Baquet,  Alfred  Larochelle,  Elzear  God 
bout,  Theophile  Corriveau.  Alphonse  Pouliot,  Kmilio 
Couillard,  I'retHe  Delisle,  David  Uumas,  Alfred  Gou 
dreau,  Onesinie  Noel,  F.  X.  Desmeules,  .\djutor  Bail 
largeon,  Joseph  Pouliot,  Arthur  Baillargeon,  John  A, 
Irvine  and  Camill>-  Bernier 

Allowance  to  harbour  master  at  Amhertsburg  for  supervision 
of  lights  and  buoys  in  St.  Claire  river,  Detroit  river. 
Lake  Erie  and  other  services  jiuring  the  season  of  navi 
gation 


Scientific  Institdtioss. 

Expenses  connected  with  the  Dominion  Astronomical  Ob 
servatory  at  Ottawa 

Expen-es  connected  with  the  Dominion  Astrophysical  Ob- 
servatory at  V^ictoria.  B.C 

Geodetic  Survey  of  Canada,  investigations,  triangnlation, 
precise  levelling,  topographic  and  field  astronomic  work, 
etc 

Expense-  connected  with  the  survey  and  demarcation  of  In 
ternational  Boundaries,  including  -SI. 000  to  J.  J.  McAr- 
thur  as  International  Boundary  Commissioner 

Meteorological  Service,  including  Magnetic  Observatory 
grant  of  SoOO  each  to  Kingston  and  Montreal  Observa 
tories,  also  allowance  to  L.  F.  Gorman,  observer  at 
Ottawa   


Mabin'k  Hospitals. 

.Marine  hospitals,  including  grants  to  institutions  assisting 

.sailors     

Shipwrecked  and  distressed  seamen 


Steamboat  inspection . 


S   cts. 


8   cts. 


171,'270  21 
519,102  53 
668,050  16 


349,290  65 
54,235  90 

91,076  75 
7,687  50 


39,514  64 


10,618  55 


400  00 


18,935  34 
7,321  58 

111,700  94 

49,429  73 

188,187  74 


73,291  17 
1,000  19 


1,911,246  89 


375,575  3 


74,291  36 


72,873  53 


200 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Cojitinued. 


Service. 

S        cts. 

$        cts. 

S        cts. 

Fisheries. 

Salaries  and  disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers  and  guardians, 
including  the  expense  of  the   Advisory  Board,  Fisheries 
Patrol  Service  and  Oyster  Culture 

466,867  88 
5,728  16 
1,357  08 

107,957  85 

2,090  44 

4,295  25 

241,211  61 

11,966  39 

26,000  00 

159,675  25 

Building  fishways  and  cU-aring  rivers     

Legal  and  incidental  expenses 

To  assist  in  the  establishment,  maintenance  and  inspection 
of  cold  storage  for  bait,   the  conservation  and  develop- 
ment of  deep  sea  fisheries  and  of  the  demand  for  fisb, 
and   to  provide  for  better  transportation  facilities  for 
fish. .. 

To  provide  for  the  niMntenance  of  a  Fisheries  Intelligence 
Burea.u 

To  provide  for  a  Fisheries  Exhibit   at  the  Canadian  Exhi- 
bition at  Toronto .    

To  provide  tor  the  inspection  of  pickled  fish    

Marine  Biological  Board  of  Canada         

SUBSIIUKS  TO  PrOVIXCKS. 

2,396,378  88 

1,969,630  28 

636,6K6  86 

637.976  16 

1,447,335  36 

623,135  06 

381,931  88 

1,554,105  00 

1,080,077  00 

1,027,149  91 

Quebec 

New  Brimswick. 

Manitoba               ....            

Saskatchewan ■ .         

11,327,236  48 

Mines  and  CJeologfcal  Survey. 

181,172  77 

2.3,772  77 

187,072  71 

Geological  Survey  Branch 

392,018  25 

Labour. 

Conciliation  and  Labour  Act,  including  publication,  printing, 
binding  and  distribution  of  the  Labour  Gazette^  and   al- 
lowance to  correspondents,  and  for  clerical  assistance  in 
preparing  tables  of  statistics       

38,234  75 
40,034  28 
1.3,3N8  S9 
21.602  .30 
50.000  00 

Administration  Kmplovnient  Ofhces  Co-ordination  Act 

Kmployment  Offices  Co-ordination  Act 

166,260  22 

InT)IANS. 

184.471  00 

81.6.^3  68 

24,29S  45 

18,282  83 

3,217  39 

535,899  26 
175,141  37 
14,703  90 
735,504  90 
197,999  38 

Ontario  and  Quebec 

Prince  Edward  Island  . .          

Manitoba,    Saskatchewan,    Alberta  and    Northwest    Terri- 

British  Columbia 

Yukon 

1,971,172  16 

Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police 

719,142  73 

4,962  60 

Government  of  the  Vukon  Territory            

183,243  08 

PUBLIC  ACCOUXTb" 


201 


SESSIONAL    PAPER   No.  2 

EXPENDITURE,  191S-i9~Co7itinued. 


Service. 


Dominion  Lands  ami  Parks. 


Salaries  of  the  Outside  Service 

Contingencie.**.  advertising,  etc 

Surveys,  examinatiou  of  survey  returns,  printing  of  plans,  etc. 
Fees  of  Board  of  Examiners,  Dominion  Land  Surveyors. . . . 
To  assist  in  publishing  the  transactions  of  the  Association  of 

Dominion  Land  Surveyors 

Grant  to  the  Canadian  Forestry  Association 

Protection  of   timber  and   inspection   and  management  of 

Forest  Reserves 

To  pay  expenses  connected  with  water  power  investigations . 

For  surveys  and  works  under  the  Irrigation  Act ....    

Grant  to  Cypress  Hill's  Water  Users  Associa'ion 

Grant  to  Western  Canada  Irrigation  Association 

Canadian  Xational  I'arks 

Engraving,  lithographing,  printing  and  preparation  of  maps. 

Northwest  Game  Act  and  Migratory  Bird  Act 

Costs  of  litigation  and  legal  expenses 

Ordnance  lands,  salaries  and  expenses 

Grant  to  .\lpine  Club  of  Canada 


Soldiers'  Land  Settlement. 


Salaries  of  Board  of  Commissioners 

Cost  <if  administrating  the  Soldiers'  Settlement  Act,  1917, 
including  clerical  assistance 


Miscellaneous. 


Grant  to  the  Canadian  Handicraft  Guild 

Grant  to  assist  the  Canadian  Association  for  the  prevention 
of  tuberculosis 

Grant  to  assist  the  Canadian  Branch  of  the  St.  John  iVmbu 
lance  Association 

To  provide  for  tlie  expenses  of  the  Conservation  Comniission. 

Compa.ssion?te  allowance  to  the  widow  of  the  late  .J.E.Hunter 
accidentally  drowned  while  on  canal  patrol  duty.. . . 

Compassionate  allowance  to  parents  of  the  late  W.  J.  Gray 

Salaries  and  expenses  of  the  Paris  agency 

To  pay  Consular  offices  abroad  for  services 

Allowance  to  Mr.  W.  J.  .Stewart,  Chief  Hydrographer,  for 
services  performed  under  Order  in  Council  of  the  i9th 
i-Jctober,  1912,  in  relation  to  questions  under  considera- 
tit>n  by  the  International  Joint  Coaimission  during  the 
year  1918-19  

Amount  required  to  meet  expenses  of  the  Technical  Board 
appointed  to  consider  questions  relating  to  the  level  of 
the  l^ake  of  the  Woods 

Contribution  to  aid  in  carrying  on  the  work  of  the  Astrono- 
mical Society 

Canadian  -Associated  Press 

Canadian  Press  Limited — Towards  expenses  of  a  National 
News  Service 

Grant  in  aid  of  the  Canadian  General  Council  of  the  Boy 
Scouts'  .Association 

Grant  to  the  Canadian  Mining  1  nstitute 

Contribution  to  McGill  Universitv  towards  the  maintenance 
of  a  Regional  Bureau  for  Canada,  for  the  International 
Catalogue  of  Scientific  Literature 

Grant  to  the  National  I'attletield  Commission 

Ottawa  Improvement  Commission 

Grant  to  the  City  of  Ottawa  for  fire  protection 

Royal  Mint 

Grant  to  the  Royal  Society  of  Canada 


Carried  forward 


§       cts. 


392,431  70 

191,902  99 

405,171  74 

1,577  85 

12b  00 
3,000  00 

fil2,121  62 

122,073  11 

165,795  91 

250  00 

500  00 

296,2<il  50 

39,120  95 

12,273  91 

3,601  30 

458  97 

1,000  00 


16,199  01 
191,359  93 


2,000  00 

10,000  00 

5,000  00 
83,994  28 


2,000  00 

1,500  00 

28.501   11 

13  41 


1,000  00 


4,171  35 


2,000  00 
8,000  00 


50,000  00 


.5,000  00 
3,000  00 


2,000  00 

35,9.-.0  00 

100,000  00 

15,000  00 

110,000  00 

4,000  00 


473,130  15 


S       cts. 


2,247,9%  55 


207,558  94 


202 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V.  A.  1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Continued. 


Service. 


Brought  forward 

MISCELL  4NEOUS — Concluded. 

To  provide  for  the  administration  of  the  Business  Profits 
War  Tax,  1916,  and  the  Income  War  Tax  Act,  1917  ; 
app  jintments  for  the  purpose  may  be  made  without 
reference  to  the  provisions  of  the  Civil  Service  Act. . . 

Halifax  Relief 

Royal  .A.cademy  of  Arts 

Grant  to  the  Victorian  Order  of  Nurses 

Provisional  all  (Wance  for  Outside  Service 

Special  allowance  to  tne  (^hief  .Justice  of  the  Supreme  Court 
of  Canada,  to  cover  travelUnff  and  other  expenses  in  con- 
nection with  his  services  while  acting  as  Deputy  to  His 
Excellency  the  Governor  General 

Annual  contribution  to  the  Canadian  Law  Library,  London, 
England 

Expenses  of  litigated  matter  connected  with  the  Department 
of  Justice 

To  assist  in  supjiression  of  the  White  Slave  Traffic  - . .  -^  ■  • . 

To  provide  for  the  salary  of  a  Private  Secretary,  S.  Lelievre, 
to  the  Speaker  of  the  Senate 

Canada  Gazette 

Distribution  of  Parliamentary  documents  and  other  Govern 
ment  Publications 

Miscellanc'  >us  Printing 

Printing  Bureau — Plant,  rej^airs  and  renew'als       

Printing  Bureau— Plant,  new 

Public  Archives,  including  an  amount  of  §5,046.19  to  pay 
Printing  Bureau  tor  printing  Public  Documents  autho- 
rized under  vote  No.  314,  1916-17  and  for  printing 
Pioneer  Legislation _ 

Cost  of  proceedings  before  the  International  Joint  Com- 
mission    

Expenses  under  the  Canada  Temperance  Act 

Expenses  under  the  Naturalization  .Acts 

Contribution  towards  publication  of  International  Catalogue 
of  .Scientific  Literature •.    . . 

For  supply  of   Canad  an   publications  to  Library  of  High 

Commissioner's  Office _.  - 

To  provide    for   the  purchase  of  650  copies  of  the  Parlia^ 

mentary  Guide • 

Marine  Department — Amount  i-equired  to  pay  compassionate 
allowances  to  the  widows,  or  fathers,  or  mothers  or 
dependents  of  the  Captain  and  members  of  the  crew  of 
the  C.  G.  S.  Simcre,  who  lost  their  lives  when  th.at  vessel 
foundered  in  the  Gulf  of  St.  Lawrence,  7th  December, 

1917 

Unforeseen  expenses ;  ■ . ; 

Expenses  in  connection   with   the  funeral   of  Sir    Wilfrid 

Laurier   

Gratuities  ; .  ■ 

Expenses  in  connection  with  the  visit  of  Prince  Fushimi  of 
Japan 

To  pay  claims  for  clothing  lost  by  the  fire  in  Parliamentary 
Building 


S        cts. 


Customs. 


Salaries  and  contingencies 

Inspectors,  preventive  service  and  Board  of  Customs. 

Miscellaneous 

Revenue  cruisers 

Secret,  Preventive  Service  (.Tustice) 


cts. 


473,130  15 


495,797  38 

5,000,0  '0  00 

2,500  00 

5,000  00 

3,002,329  42 


4,973  12 

258  40 

759  79 
800  00 

600  00 
36,999  92 

52,997  18 

99,999  41 

8.936  20 

8,712  64 


63,167  42 

34,109  67 
1,960  67 
4,412  84 

579  13 

621  77 

1,950  00 


61,500  00 
29,544  92 

9,124  28 
94,510  63 

16,374  01 

4,984  50 


3,644,ia5  66 

402,390  34 

168,601  31 

58,086  53 

1.079  05 


9,515,933  45 


4,274,792  89 


- 


PVBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


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EXPENDITURE,  1918-19-  Continued. 


Service. 

S       cts. 

S        cts. 

S        cts. 

Excise. 

475,936  44 

99,871  34 

9,890  47 

109,102  86 

1,250  26 

53,294  92 

97,485  55 

1,141  51 

8,115  32 

295,400  14 

Duty  paid  to  otfiiers  serving  longer  liours  at  other  than  special 
survey , 

To  pay  Collectors  of  Customs  for  duty  collected  by  them   .    . 

Jlethylated  spirits 

120,145  27 

78,496  38 

5,017  74 

233  25 

1,151,488  81 

Wkight.s  and  Me.\si.hes,  (Jas  and  ELKCTitic  Light. 

Wcifjhts  and  Measures. 

Salaries 

Contingenf'ies 

Provisional  allowance 

International  Bure.au  of  Weights  and  Measures 

203,892  64 
107,400  57 

Gas  aiid  Electric  Light. 
Salaries , 

69,489  it 

35,383  78 

2,207  20 

320  35 

International  Electro-Technical  ComTnission 

311,293  21 

Adultkbation  of  Foods. 
Adulteration  of  foods  and  administration  of  the  Act     

43,366  40 

1,254  95 

44,621  35 

9,7  ■>2, 905  06 

8,533,413  51 

807,858  11 

179,581  43 

Post  Office. 
Salaries  and  allowance*;.                         .... 

Miscellaneous    . .                               

Yukon  Territory    

937,521  33 

148,574  14 

11,562  71 

12,058  13 

74,754  91 

191  31 

3,506  80 

38,933  33 

39,524  59 

61,1.W  00 

2,691  56 

19,273,758  11 

1,330,448  81 
4,625  06 
2,352  99 

270,802  48 

Trade  and  Commkrcb. 

Canada  Grain  Act— Salaries,  rents  and  contingencies 

Trade  Commissioners  and  Commercial  Agents 

Terminal  elevators,  construction,  acquisition,  etc  . . . 

Canada  Year  Book 

Dominion  R<3yal  Commission 

West  India  Cable 

Development  and  extension  of  Canadian  Trade 

Bureau  of  Industrial  and  Scientific  Research 

the  Act 

Culling  timber 

Bounties. 

Crude  petroleum     

Le^d 

162.187  24 

51  92 

108,56;j  32 

Total  Trade  and  Commerce 

1,608,229  34 

204 


DEPARTilEST  OF  FIXAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 
EXPENDITURE,  1918-19— Concluded. 


Service. 

g          cts. 

.?           cts. 

S           cts. 

Railway  Subsidies. 

25,896  00 
17,909  32 

43,805  32 

War 

446  519  439  48 

CANADIAN  GOVERNMENT  RAILWAYS. 

Statement  of  Revenue  and  Working  Expenses  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ended 

March  31,  1919. 


Revenue. 


Passenger  traffic 

Freight  traffic 

Mails     

Express 

Miscellaneous 

Transportation  water  line 

Hire  of  Equipment — Income - 


LES.S— Hire  of  Efiuipment,  Rental,  Taxes 
Working  Expenses. 


Maintenance  Way  and  Structures . . 

Maintenance  of  Equipment     

Traffic  expenses   

Tran^iwrtation— Rail  Line 

Transportation — Water  Line 

Misceilaneoiis  0|)eratious 

General 

Rental  of  Leased  Roads — 

Lake  Superior  Branch 

Vale  Railway 

International  Railway 

New  Brunswick  and  Prince  Edward  Island  Ry. 


Difference  between  Receipts  aud  Working  Expenses. 


From 
April  1,  1918 

to 
April  1, 1919. 


-S        cts. 

■S        cts. 

8,280,611  46 

27,201,21 '5  07 

423,518  86 

816.840  50 

1^1, .579  86 

1,206,244  12 

64,818  92 

38,174,818  79 

•  269,020  91 

37,905,797  88 

10,177,188  59 

7.861,706  77 

5H.046  59 

22,571,545  39 

549.870  76 

642,370  96 

686,402  74 

CiXt.OOO  00 

1,200  00 

90,000  00 

2,604  22 

43,696,936  02 

5,791,138  14 


i 


PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS 


205 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

CANADIAN  GOVERNMENT  RAILWAYS. 
Statement  of  Open  Accounts  on  March  31,  1919. 


Details. 


To  Cash. 

Individuals'  and  Companies'  ledger 

Audiior's  suspense  account 

Rents  ledger 

Cash  in  transit   

Loss  and  damage,  freight  suspense  

Unclaimed  freight 

Moncton  restaurant 

Newcastle  restaurant 

Rail  loan  account   

Station  agents    

Unclaimed  wages 

Traffic  ledger 

Car  service  ledger 

Road  and  equipment  suspense,  International  Ry 

Commissary  stock,  St.  John   . 

Commissary  stock 

Advances 

Equipment  suspense— Fredericton 

Victory  Loan  suspense,  1917 

Capital  suspend* — St.  John  and  Quebec  Ry 

Capital  suspense — Vale  Railway  

Branch  lines  aid  suspense   .    

Cofiimissary  stock  — Sackville 

Second  V  ictory  Loan  suspense 

War  Savings  and  Thrift  Stamps   ...      

Commissary  stock  S.S.  "P.E.  Island" 

Freight  in  transit 

Insurance  account  suspense 

By  Equipment  renewals   

Fire  renewal  account 

Rail  renewal  account 

By  road  and  equipment  suspense — Stores,  International  Railway. 

Road  and  equipment  suspense — Overseas  rails 

Capital  suspense,  Elgin  and  Havelock  Ry 

Capital  suspense,  St  Martins  Ry     

Capital  suspense,  York  and  Carlet/m  Ry 

Capital  susiwnse,  Moncton  and  Buctouche  Ry 

Capital  suspense,  S.ilisbury  and  Alljert  Ry 

Individuals"  and  Companies'  ledger 

Balance 


Balance  Open  Accounts,  Moncton . 
Balance  Open  Accounts,  Ottawa .    . 

Difference  to  be  adjusted 


Dr. 


-"<        cts. 

02 

3,873,226  89 

143,893  38 

5J>»  10 

44,359  52 

39,050  60 

4,.-6S  13 

592  10 

658  79 

95,533  53 

893,961  51 

5,453  06 

2,676,509  66 

56,257  CK) 

2,666  67 

1,570  97 

107,258  64 

229,874  62 

6,181  54 

933  78 

8,464  54 

31,994  26 

13:^,233  37 

2,232  21 

96,421  92 

35,142  8S 

514  20 

3,859  77 

26,787  78 


8,526,035  44 

6,119,054  11 
0,118,115  41 


Cb. 


957,658  81 

165,481  39 

342.083  04 

23,098  95 

899,761  80 

792  46 

1,736  96 

165  18 

5.713  40 

2.609  90 

7,879  44 

6,119,054  11 

8,526,035  44 


938  70 


206 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FiyAXCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

ST  JOHN  AND  QUEBEC  RAILWAY. 

Statement  of  Revenue  and  Working  Expenses  for  the  year  ended 

March  31,  1919. 


Revenck. 


Passenjrer  Traffic. . 
Freight  Traffic... 
Mail  and  Express. 
Miscellaneous 


Less— Hire  of  Equipment,  etc 

WoEKixfi  Expenses. 


Maintenance  way  and  structures. 

Maintenance  of  equipment 

Traffic  expenses.    ...    

Transportation  railline 

General  expenses 


Difference  between  receipts  and  working  expenses. 


From 
April  1,  1918 

to 
April  1,  1919. 


5  cts. 

32,270  14 

101, 9S-  94 

3,407  11 

1,520  02 


139,185  21 
77,432  25 


80,5^5  26 
8,787  92 
4,043  47 

95,572  19 
3,731  21 


61,7.52  96 


192,690  05 


130,937  09 


ST.  JOHN  AND  QUEBEC  RAILWAY. 
Statement  of  Open  Accounts  on  March  31,  1919. 


Details. 


To  Individuals' and  Companies' Ledger  . 

Cash  in  transit 

Auditors  Suspense 

Station  Agents 

Rents  Ledger     

Traffic  Ledger 

Capital  Sui'f>ense 

Freight  in  transit 

By  Balance 


Dr. 


$  cU. 

3,533  65 

42  28 

990  55 

1,390  70 

222  90 

IKS  91 

117  10 

9  10 


6,495  19 


Or. 


6,495  19 
6,4'.)5  19 


PUBLIC  ACCOONTS 


207 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 


INDIAN  TRUST  FUND. 

Showing  transaction  in  connection  with  the  Fund  during  the  year  ended 

March  31,  1919. 


Service. 


Balance,  March  31,  1918 

Collection  on  land  sales,  timber  and  stone  dues,  rents,  fines  and  fees.. 

Interest  for  year  endiner  March  31,  1918 

Legislative  grants  to  su]>i>lement  the  Funds 

Outstanding  cheques  lyllJ-17.    

Credit  Transfers  during  the  year 

Debit  Transfers  during  the  year 

Expenditure  during  the  year 

Balance,  March  31,  1919 


Debit. 


7,473  65 

9>*8,540  57 

1,238,786  67 


10,2.34,800  89 


Credit. 


S  cts. 

8,665,1.37  35 

1,122,254  09 

444,155  30 

3,000  OO 

168  60 

85  55 


10,234,800  89 


208  :department  op  finance 

10  george  v,  a.  1920 
No.  1. — Province  of  Ontario — Debt  Account,  47  Vic,  Cap.  4. 


Date. 


1919. 
March  31. 


By  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts  of  1919 


Dr. 


?       cts. 


Cb. 


.S       cts. 
2,848,289  52 


No.  2. — Province  of  Quebec — Debt  Account. 


Date. 


1919. 
March  31 


To  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts  of  1919. 


Dk. 


S       cts. 
1,473,609  63 


Cb. 


•S        cts. 


No.  3. — Province  of  Quebec — Debt  Account,  47  Vic,  Cap.  4. 


Date. 

Dk. 

cts. 

Cr. 

1919. 
March  31. 

By  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts  of  1919 

S 

-S       cts. 
2,549,213  01 

No.  4. — Province  of  Nova  Scotia — Debt  Account. 


Date. 



Dr. 

Ck. 

1919. 
March  31 . 

.s       cts. 

§       cts. 
1,055,924  25 

No.  5. — Province  of  Nova  Scotia — Debt  Suspense  Account. 


Date. 

Dr. 

Cn. 

1919. 
March  31 . 

To  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts  of  1919 

S       cts. 
40,315  94 

S       cts. 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTS^ 


209 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  2 

No.  6. — Province  of  New  Brunswick — Debt  Account. 


Date. 


1919. 
March  31 


By  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts  of  1919. 


Dr. 


S      cts. 


Cr. 


S      cts. 
529,299  X9 


No.  7. — Province  of  Prince  Edward  Island — Debt  Account. 


1919. 
March  3) 


Dr. 

Cr. 

s 

cts. 

S      cts. 
775,791  83 

No.  8. — Province  of  Prince  Edward  Island — Land  Account. 


Date. 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1919. 
March  31 . 

To  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts  of  1919 

S      cts 
782,402  S3 

8      cts. 

No.  9. — Province  of  British  Columbia — Debt  Account. 


Date. 


1919. 
March  31 


By  balance  as  per  Public  Accounts  of  1919. 


Dr. 


-?       cts. 


Cr. 


8      cts. 
583,021  40 


No.  10. — Province  of  Manitoba — Debt  Account. 


Date. 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1919. 
March  31 . 

8 

cts. 

8      cts. 
3,.578,941  20 

2—14 


210 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
No.  11. — Province  of  Ontario — Subsidy  Account. 


Date. 


1918. 
Julyl.. 


1919. 
Jan.  1 


By  J  year's  subsidy  on  pupulation  of  2,523,274  (Census  1911) — 
2,500,000  at  80  cents  per  head  per  annum...  Sl.000,000  00 
23,274  at  60  cents  per  head  per  annum 6,982  20 

By  i  year's  allowance  under  47  Vic,  cap.  4 

h  year's  allowance  under  B.N.  A.  Act,  1907 

To  Cash 


By  ^  years 's  subsidy  and  allowances  as  above 
To  Cash . 


Dr. 


8       cts. 


1,198,189  44 


1,198,189  44 


2,396,378  88 


Cr. 


cts. 


1,006.982  20 

71,207  24 

120,0110  00 


1,198,189  44 


2,396,378 


No.  12. — Province  of  Quebec — Subsidy  Account. 


Date. 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1918. 
Julyl.... 

By  4  year's  subsidy  on  population  of  2,002,712  at  SO  cents  per 
head  per  annum  (Census  1911) 

$       cts. 

.$       cts. 
801,084  80 

By ^  year's  allowance  under  47  Vic,  cap.  4 

63,730  34 

M     2.... 

4  year's  allow'ance  under  B.N.  A.  Act,  1907 . . 

ToCash 

'"'gsV.sis'ii' 

120,000  00 

1919. 

984,815  14 

..    2.... 

ToCash 

984,815  14 

1,969,630  28 

1,969,630  28 

No.  13. — Province  op  Nova  Scotia — Subsidy  Account. 


Date. 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1918. 
Julyl.... 

By  J  year's  subsidy  on  jiojiulation  of  492,338  at  80  cents  per  head 

$       cts. 

S      cts. 
196,935  20 

M     2.    .. 

1919. 
Jan.  1 . . . . 

By  h  year's  allowance  tindir  B.N. A.  Act,  1907 

A  year's  interest  on  debt  allowance  of  ,$1,055,929.12 

To  Cast, 

By  A  year's  subsidy  and  nllowance  as  above 

'318i3,33'43' 

95,000  00 
26,398  23 

318,333  43 

„     2 

To  Ca.sh 

31S,333  43 

636,666  86 

636,666  86 

PUB  hi  J  A(  COUNTli 


211 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  2 

j\lo.  14. — Province  of  Nkw  Brunswick — .Subsidy  Accouut. 


Date. 


1918. 
Julyl.. 


1919. 

Jan.    1. 
M        2. 


By  i  year's  subsidy  on  population  of  351,889  at  80  cents  per  head 

per  annum  (Census  1911) 

By  i  year's  allowance  under  B.  X.  A.  Act,  1907 

By  A'year's  allowance  in  li^-u  of  ex]>ort  duty  on  lumber 

By  S  year's  interest  on  8529,299.39  debt  allowance 

To  cash 


By  i  year's  subsidy  and  allowance  a-s  above 
To  cash - . . 


Dr 


cts. 


31S,9SS  08 


318,988  08 


637,976  16 


Cr. 


S       cts 


140,755  60 
90,000  00 
75,000  00 
13,232  48 


318,988  08 


637,976  16 


No.  15. — Province  of  Manitoba- -Subsidy  Account 


Date. 


1918. 

•July    1.. 

.,       1.. 
„       1.. 


July    2. 

1919. 

Jan.     1. 


By  i  year's  subsidy  on  population  of  553,860  at  80  cents  per  head 

as  on  June  1,  1916 

By  h  year's  allowance  imder  B.X.A.  Act,  1907 

By  ^  year's  allowance  as  authorized  by  section  5,  subsection  1 
of  "The  Manitoba  Boundaries  Act,  1912'  — 
In  lieu  of  Public  Lands  on  population  between 

400,000  and  800,000  {h  of  SoC2,500) 8281,250  00 

Less  h  year's  Swamp  Lands  deduction  of  5% 
per  annum  on  82,769,856.66  ...869,246  41 
Less  h  year's  Universitj'  Lands 
deduction  of  5%  interest  per 

annum  on  8300,000 7,500  00 

76,746  41 


By  A  year's  grant  of  5%  per  annum  interest  on  87,631. 6.S3.85  in 
lieu  of  debt  as  authorized  by  section  4  of  *'  The  Manitoba 
Boundaries  Act,  1912" 

To  cash 


By  ^  year's  grant  for  its  local  purixjse  and  support  of  its  Govern 
ment  at  the  rate  of  80  cents  per  head  per  annum  or  an 
estimatefl  p.,pulation  of  613, 0(X)  (Jan.  1,    1918) 

By  i  year's  grant  as  authorized  by  S.  1.  s.s.  (1)  E.N.  A.,  Act, 
Oct.,  1907 

By  J  year's  allowance  as  authorized  by  2  Geo.  5,  Cap.  32.  Sec.  5. 
s.s.  1.  less  deductions  as  above 

By  4  year's  grant  as  authorized  by  2  Geo.  5,  Cap.  32.  Sec.  4 

To  cash 


Dr. 


cts. 


ni,839  68 


Cr. 


221,544  00 
95,000  00 


735,495  68 


1,447,335  36 


204,503  59 
190,792  09 


245,200  IK) 

95,000  00 

204,503  59 
190,792  09 


1,447,335  36 


212  DEPARTMENT  OF  FINAyCE 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 
No.  16. — Province  of  British  Columbia — Sub.sidy  Account. 


t 


Date. 


1918. 
.July      1 . 


.July 


IP  lit. 


.Tan.      1  , 
2 


By  i  ye<ir's  subsidy  on  population  of  392,480  at  80  cents  per 

head  per  aniium  (Census  1911 ) 

By  h  year's  allowance  under  B.  X.  ^V.  Act,  1907 

Bv  h  vear's  allowance  in  lieu  of  lands  as  authorized  by  O.C. 

Windsor,  16tli  May,  1S7I    

By  h  vear's  interest  on  debt  allowance  of  5  per  cent  per 

.innum  on  S5.H3.021.40 

To  cash 


R.V  i  .vear's  subsidy  and  allowance  as  alMjve. 
To  cash 


Dr. 


311,567  53 


311,5fi7  53 


623,135  06 


Cr. 


156.992  00 
90,000  00 

50,000  00 

14,575  53 


311,567  53 


623,135  06 


No.  17. — Province  of  Prince  Edward  Island — Subsidj-^  Account. 


Date. 


1911-. 


July     1. 


July     2. 


ITtlO. 

J. in.      1. 

2. 


By  h  year's  subsidy  on  population  of  109,078  at  80  cents  per 
nead  per  annum  (Census  1891) 

By  i  year  allowance  under  B.N..\.  Act,  1907 

By  h  year  allowance  in  lieu  of  lands 

By  i  year's  additional  subsidy  allowance  under  50-51  'Vic,  c.  8, 

By  k  year's  further  allowance  in  settlement  of  steamship  service 
claim  under  1  Edward  7,  cap.  3,  section  1 


By  k  year's  interest  on  debt  t)f  5%  |ier  annum  on  §775,791.83. . 

To  J  year's  deduction  on  Land  .Account  balance  being  5%  pei 
annum  on  .^781,402.33  as  authorized  bv  O.C.  Windsor, 
26th  .Tune,  1873 ". 

To  Prince  Edward  Island  Raihvay  for  inttrest  on  the  cost  and 
maintenance  of  the  Hillsboro  Kiver  bridge  ;is  authorized 
by  63-64  Vic,  cap.  7 .... 

By  i  year's  grant  as  authorized  by  2  Geo.  5,  cap.  42,  sec  2  . . . 

To  cash 


By  \  vear's  subsidies  and  allowances  as  above  . 

To  deductions  as  above 

To  cash   


Dr. 


S    ets. 


1U,5IW  05 

4,875  OC 
186,090  94 


24,435  05 
186,090  94 


421,051  98 


Or. 


43,631  20 
50,0(XI  00 
22,500  00 
10,000  00 

1.5,000  00 
19,394  79 


50,000  00 


210,525  99 


421,051  98 


PVBUG  ACCOUNTS 


213 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  2 

No.  18. — Province  of  Saskatchewan — Subsidy  Account. 


Date. 


1918. 


July  1 . 


yept.  1. 


I'.iia. 


Jan.  1. 


March  1. 


By  i  year's  subsidy  on  ix)puIation  of  647,835  at  80  cents  per 
he;id  per  annum  (quinquennial  census,  June  1,  191()) 

By  h  ye.-^r's  allowance  under  B.  IN.  A.  Act,  li(07        

Less— Overpayment  of  svibsidies  due  July  1,  1916,  and  -Tan.  1, 
1917 — The.se  payments  were  made  on  an  estimated  popula- 
tion of  691, OtH)  and  the  quinquennial  ctusus  taken  June  1. 
law,  gives  the  iKDpulation  .is  6-17, S3o 

To  cash    

By  i  year's  interest  on  debt  allowance  of  5%  per  annum  on 
.S.S,107,.oOO  

By  h  year's  allowance  in  lieu  of  Public  Lands,  population 
fietween  400.'  00  and  800,000  .is  authorized  by  4-5  Kdwaid 
7- cap.  42  (1905)  sec.  20 

To  cash 


By  J  year's  subsidy  on  population  of  744,000  at  80  cents  per 
head  per  annum.     (Estimated  population  Jan.  1,  1918). 

By  i  year's  allowance  as  above 

To  cash ....    

By  i  year's  allowance  as  above 

To  cash 


Dr. 


cts. 


34.532  00 

319,602  00 


483,937-50 


392,000  00 
'483,937 '56 


1,714,(X)9  00 


Cr. 


2.59,131  00 
95,000  00 


202,687  50 
281,250  00 


297,600  00 
95,000  00 

483,937  50 


1,714,609  00 


No.  19. — Province  of  Alberta. — Subsidy  Account. 


Date. 

1918. 
July  1.. 


..    2  .   . 
Sept.  1..   . . 


1919. 
Jan.  1 , . , 


March  1. 


By  i  year's  subsidy  on  population  of  496,525  at  80  cents  per 
head  per  annum  (quinquennial  census  .lune  1,  1916) 

By  i  year's  allowance  under  B.N.  X.  Act,  1907  

To  Cash    

By  i  year's  niterest  on  debt  allowance  of  5%  jjer  annum  on 
S8,107,.50(J 

By  4  year's  allowance  in  lieu  of  public  lands  (census  1911)  popu- 
lation over  400,000 .' 

To  Cash    


By  ^  year's  subsidy  on  jHtpulation  of  .579,000  at  80  cents  )»er 
head  per  annum.     (Estin^ated  ixjpulation  .Tan.  1,  1918). . . . 

By  4  year's  allowance  as  above 

LB8S — Overpayment  of  subsidies  due  .Tuly  1st,  1916.  and  .Tan. 
1st,  1917.  These  payments  were  made  on  an  estimated 
p  >|>ulation  of  539,(K)ii,  and  the  quinquennial  census  taken 
-Tune  Ist,  1916,  gives  the  population  as  496,525 

To  Cash 

By  \  year's  allowance  as  above 

ToCash 


Dr. 


■S       cts. 


293,610  00 


48;i,937  50 


33,980  IX) 
292,620  00 


483,937  50 


1,588,085  00 


Cr. 


198,610  00 
95,000  00 


202,<JS7  .50 
281,250  00 


231,600  00 
9.5,000  00 


483,937  50 


1,588,085  00 


214 


DEPARTMENT  OF  FINANCE 


10  GEORGE  V,   A.    1920 

Subsidy  Allowances  from  July  1,  1867  to  close  of  Fiscal  Year  ended 

March  31,  1919. 


Province. 


Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova  Scotia 

New  Brunswick 

British  Columbia 

Prince  Edward  Island 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Manitoba 


Allowances 

for 

Government . 


6,080, 
5,68", 
4,K80, 
4,1'iO, 
3,.S00. 
2,220, 
2.331. 
2,306, 
3,885, 


cts 
,000  00 

,000  00 

000  GO 

000  00 

000  00 

000  00 

66H  67 

666  67 

000  00 


.34,643,3.33  34 


Allowances 

per  head 

of 

Population. 


,772, 
.663, 
,102, 
1.32, 
686, 
!I16, 
34!l, 
284, 
955, 


cts. 

,057  oil 
942  40 
742  40 
320  00 
512  on 
505  60 
,823  60 
,356  07 
559  20 


179,863,819  46 


Sjiecial 
Grants. 


826,980  00 
7,530,000  00 
.">,^00,O00  00 
2.326,105  91 
7,21.^^,750  00 
6,750,000  00 
8,328,618  98 


38,780,464  92 


Interest 

on  Debt 

Allowances , 


2,749, 
3.284, 
2,391, 
1,000. 

i,4cy, 

1,9^2, 
.5,675. 
5,675, 
7,626, 


cts. 

886  94 
,882  01 
000  18 
060  60 
034  72 
212  11 
2.50  00 
250  00 
836  95 


31,795,013  51 


Total. 


76,601. 
62,628. 
25,000, 
25,822, 
16,195. 
10,444, 
20,575, 
19,016, 
28,796, 


cts. 

944  53 
824  41 
722  58 
980  60 
546  72 
823  65 
490  27 
273  34 
015  13 


285,082,621  2S 


CANADA 


ESTIMATES 


FOR  THE 


FISCAL    YEAR    ENDING    MARCH    31. 


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A.   1920 


ESTIMATES. 

FOR  THE  FISCAL  YEAR  ENDING  MARCH  31, 


INDEX  TO  VOTES  BY  NUMBER. 


1921. 


Pag 


Subjects. 


No.  of  Vote. 


1.1 

14 

16 

24 

25 

25 

26 

29 

30 

33 

34 

35 

36 

45 

47 

47 

48 

49 

50 

50 

51 

51 

52 

53 

54 

56 

56 

56 

57 

58 

58 

59 

62 

63 

M 

65 

66 

69 

70 

71 


Summarj' 

Interest  on  Public  Debt 

Premium.  Discount  and  Exchange 

Sinking  Funds - 

Charges  of  Management 

Civil  Government 

.Administration  of  Justice 

Penitentiaries , 

legislation ~. 

.\rts  and  Agriculture 

Immigration  and  Colonization 

Health 

Pensions 

Superannuation 

Militia  and  Defence 

Railways  and  Canals — Chargeable  to  Capital 

"  "         Chargeable  to  Income 

Public  Works — Chargeable   to   Capital 

"  Chargeable  to  Income 

Mail  Subsidies  and  Steamship  Subventions 

Naval  Service 

Ocean  and  River  Service 

Public  Works — Chargeable  to  Capital — Marine  Department . 

Lighthouse  and  Coast  Service 

Scientific  Institutions 

Steamboat  Inspection 

Fisheries 

Subsidies  to  Provinces 

Mines  and  Geological  Survey 

Labour 

Indians .- 

Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police 

Government  of  the  Northwest  Territories 

"  Yukon  Territorj' 

Dominion  Lands  and  Parks 

Soldiers'  Land  Settlement 

Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment — Outside  Service 

Miscellaneous 

Customs 

Eici.se 

Railways  and  Canals — Collection  of  Revenue 

Public  Works — Collection  of  Revenue 

Post  Office — Outside  Service 

Trade  and  Commerce 

Weights  and  Measures,  Gas  and  Electricity  Inspection 

Demobilization 


32 
36 

41 

54 
60 
69 
S9 


1 

2  to 
33  to 

37 

38  to 

42  to 

55  to 

61  to 

70  to 

90 

91  to  113 
114  to  117 
118  to  127 
128  to  129 
130  to  157 
158  to  197 
198  to  205 
206  to  216 
217  to  2'20 
221  to  232 
233  to  236 
237 
238  to  24S 

249  to  252 

253  to  261 

262  to  270 

271 

272 

273 

274 

275 

276  to  281 

282  to  332 

333 

334 

335  to  337 

338  to  339 

340 

341  to  356 

357  to  358 

359  to  362 


ESTIilATES,  1920-21 


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ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


I— INTEREST   ON   PUBLIC   DEBT. 


Details. 

1§20-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with  Estimates 
for  1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

Interest  on  Pubuc  Debt. 

$   cts. 

12,237,780  10 
110,933,705  42 

7,918,650  00 
3,909,864  48 
5,000,000  00 

$     cts. 

12,738,439  61 
74,155,317  54 

7,543,500  00 
3,330,368  79 
5,000,000  00 

$     cts. 

$       cts. 
500,659  51 

36,778.387  88 

375,150  00 
579,495  69 

Funded  Debt  payable  in  Canada  and  New- 
York                                             

Other  liiflbilities 

140,000,000  00 

102,767,625  94 

37,232,374  06 

Premium,  Discount  and  Exchange. 
Probable  amount  required  . .         

5,000  00 

5,000  00 

Sinking  Funds. 

Dominion  Loan  of  1884. 

i  per  cent   on     $23,467,206.27 

(1  year) 117,336  04 

441,696  28 

989,550  48 

609,810  75 
235,000  00 

457,045  08 
968,013  44 

589,759  18 

560,000  00 
1.500,000  00 

Investment  of  dividends 324, 360  24 

15  348  80 

35%  Loan  19S0-50. 

i  per  cent  on    $137,058,841  00 

(1  year) 685,294  21 

21,537  04 
20,051  57 

Investment  of  dividends 304, 256  27 

„ 

i%Loan  l9i0-60. 

\  per  cent  on    [$93,926,666  66 

(1  year) 469, 633  33 

Canada  1915-25 
J   per  cent    on    $43,932,100.00 

(1  year) 220,000  00 

Investment  of  dividends 15,000  00 

S25  000  00 

1,500,000  00 

2,276,057  51 

4,074,817  70 

1,798,760  19 

Summary. 
Interest  on  Public  Debt 

140,000,000  00 

5,000  00 

2,276,057  51 

102,767,625  94 

5,000  00 

4,074,817  70 

37,232,374  06 

1,798,760  19 

142,281,057  51 

106,847,443  64 

35,433,613  87 

Redemption  of  Debl. 

Treasury  Bills  Oct.  1,  1920 

"    15,     1920        

24,605,000  00 

49,215,000  00 

238,400  00 

Debenture  Stock  June  1,  1920 

\ 

74,058,400  00 

ESTIMATES,  1920-21 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  3 

II— CHARGES   OF   MANAGEMENT. 
Amount  to  be  voted S774,000  00. 


■^S 

Details. 

1920-21 . 

1919-20. 

Compared  with  Estimates 
of  1919-20. 

^^ 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

Office  of  the  Assistant  Receivers  General 
and  Country  Savings  Banks. .  .— 
Salaries      .     .     . .       

$     cts. 

90,000  00 

10,000  00 

325,000  00 

60,000  00 

80,000  00 
6,000  00 
3,000  00 

$     cts. 

107,850  00 

10,000  00 

300,000  00 

50,000  00 

80,000  00 
6,000  00 
3,000  00 

15,000  00 
150,000  00 

$     cts. 

$       cts. 
17,850  00 

25,000  00 
10,000  00 

Printing  Dominion  Notes                   .... 

Printing,  advertising,  inspection,  express. 

1 

Commission  for  payment  of  interest  on 
public    debt;    purchase    of    sinking 

Brokerage  on  purchase  of  sinking  funds. . 

English  Bill  Stamps,  postage,  etc 

Removal  of  foreign  and  uncurrent  coin 

15,000  00 

Clerical    assistance    in    connection    with 
transfer  and  registration  of  War  Loan 
Bonds 

200,000  00 

50,000  00 

774,000  00 

721,850  00 

52,150  00 

ESTIMATE.'-:,  l'JiO-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


III— CIVIL   GOVERNMENT. 
Amount  to  be  voted $  8,881,940  00 


Xo. 

of 

Votf. 


Details. 


1920-21 . 


1919-20 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


(A)  Estimates  of  Expentjitcke  for 
WHICH  Votes  of  Paklument  are 

REQUIRED. 

Governor  General's  Secretarj''s  Office- 
Salaries,   including   Governor   Gene- 
ral's Secrelarv,  additional  tosalarj' 
authorized  by  R.S..  c.  4.  $3,600 

Contingencies,  including  allowance  of 
$600  to  X.  F.  Sladen,  Private  Secre- 

tar>' - 

Privy  Council  Office — 

Salaries. 

Contingencies 

Administration  ot  Justice — 

Salaries .-. 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Militia  and  Defence — 

Salaries.. 

Contingencies 

Department  of  the  Secretary  of  State — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department    of    Public    Printing    and 

Stationer)' — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  the  Interior — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Immigration  and  Colo- 
nization— 

Salanes. 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Indian  Affairs — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Office  of  the  Auditor  General — 

Salaries,  including  Auditor  General 
at  $1,000,  additional  to  7-8  Edw 
VII,  Chap.  6 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Finance  and  Treasury 
Board — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department    of   Customs   and    Inland 
Revenue  Service — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Agriculture — 

Salaries  

Contingencies 

Department  of  Marine. . 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Naval  Service — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Railways  and  Canali 

Salaries 

Contingencies 


i        cts 


32,720  00 


66,600  00 

50.500  00 
10,000  00 

176,U5  00 
24,000  00 

216,650  00 
19,500  00 

104,5.35  00 
21.000  00 


71,825  00 
6,800  00 

1,221,000  00 
95,000  00 


145,052  50 
40.000  00 

134,175  00 
19,000  00 

32,987  50 
9,000  00 


168,400  00 
14,000  00 


174,290  00 
50,000  00 


470,875  00 
43.000  00 

484,000  00 
150,000  00 

231,810  00 
59,000  00 

272,340  00 
50,000  00 

194,162  50 
28,000  00 


32,950  00 


66,600  00 

49,525  00 
10,000  00 

180,187  50 
21,000  00 

215.950  00 
19.500  00 

86,350  00 
21,000  00 


71,787  50 
6,800  00 

1,217,200  00 
105,000  00 


142,567  50 
35,000  00 

140,405  25 
19,000  00 

27,400  00 
16,000  00 


1,50.. 500  00 
10,000  00 


175,025  00 
42,000  00 


463,387  50 
43,000  00 

470.. 537  .50 
110.000  00 

241,6,50  00 
36,600  00 

238,900  00 
50,000  00 

195,187  50 
28,000  00 


975  00 


3,000  00 

700  00 


18,185  00 


37  50 
3,800  00 


2,485  00 
5,000  00 


5,587  50 


17,900  00 
4,000  00 


8,000  00 
7,487  50 


13,462  50 
40,000  00 


22.400  00 
33, '^  00 


Carried  forward 4  886  367  50 


4  739  010  25 


186  460  00 


cts. 


230  0« 


4.042  50 


10.000  Ot 


6.230  2S 


7.000  00 


735  00 


9.840  00 


1.026  00 


39  102  75 


ESTIMATES,  19S0-S1 

SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  3 

III— CIVIL   GOVERNMENT— Continued. 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Details. 


1920-21. 


1919-20 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Brought  fonvard. 


19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
24 

25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 

31 
32 


Department  of  Public  Works — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Mines — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Post  Office  Department — 

Salaries 

Contingencies,    including   $50   to   \V 

Cooch 

Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce — 

Salaries 

Contingencies ^    ^  ■  ■ 

Patent  and  Copyright  Office ' 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Labour — 

Salaries. 

Contingencies 

High  Commissioner's  Office,  London — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Insurance — 

Salaries,  including  Superintendent  of 
Insurance,  $1,000,  additional  to 
salary  authorized  by  7-8  Edw.  VII 
Chap.  69 

Contingencies 

Department  of  External  Affairs — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Office  of  the  Conservation  Commis- 
sion— 

Salaries 

Department  of  Public  Archives — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department    of    Soldiers'    Civil    Re- 
establishment — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Civil  Service  Commission — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Department  of  Health — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 


Total. 


$         cts. 
4,886,367  50 


.583.120  00 
64,000  00 

446,682  50 
6,000  00 

1,006,770  00 

150.000  00 

291,089  50 
22,000  00 

126,467  00 
23,000  00 

124,537  50 
35,000  00 

25,950  00 
69,586  00 


51,405  00 
43,000  00 

55,705  00 
56,000  00 


43,450  00 

61,437  50 
11.000  00 


60.700  00 
10.000  00 


139,215  00 
265,000  00 


139,597  50 
84,860  00 


$    cts 

4  739  010  25 


8,881,940  00 


575, 
64, 

422, 
5, 

979, 

125. 

316, 
23, 

117, 
16, 

112, 
20. 


537  50 
000  00 

747  50 
500  00 


250  00 
000  00 


862  50 
000  00 


.300  00 
,613  00 


41,525  00 
43,000  00 

53,825  00 
20,500  00 


42,700  00 

62,637  50 
8,500  00 


71,200  00 
25,000  00 

91,700  00 
417,500  00 

6,000  00 
60,000  00 


$    cts. 
186, 460  00 


7,582  50 


23,935  00 
500  00 


770  00 

27,000  00 

000  00 

25.000  00 

400  00 

000  00 

9.217  00 
7,000  00 

11.675  00 
15,000  00 

2,650  00 


9,880  00 


1,880  00 
35,500  00 


750  00 


2,500  00 


47,515  00 


133,597  50 
24.860  00 


8,561,078  25    320,861  75 


$    cts. 
39,102  75 


25,310  50 
1,000  00 


,027  00 


1.200  00 


10,500  00 
15,000  00 


152,500  00 


10 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
III— CIVIL   GOVERNMENT— Conc/2«f€d. 


1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

(B)  Expenditure  Authorized  by 

Statute. 

$       cts. 

48,666  66 

10,000  00 

10,000  00 

10.000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

7,000  00 
9,000  00 
9,000  00 

131,000  00 

10,000  00 
5,000  00 
2,400  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 

$       cts. 

48,666  66 

10,000  00 

10,000  00 

10,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

9,000  00 

7,000  00 
9,000  00 
9,000  00 

131,000  00 

10,000  00 
5,000  00 
2,400  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 

$       cts. 

S       eta 

"          High  Commissioner  of  Canada  in 

"           Lieut.-Governor  of  Ontario 

"                        "                   Quebec 

"                        "                    Nova  Scotia.. 
**                         ""                  New  Brunswick 

Manitoba 

«                   British  Colum- 
bia  

Prince  Edward 

Island 

"                        "                   Alberta 

"                         "                     Saskatchewan 

Eighteen  Ministers,  1  at  $12,000, 

17  at  $7,000 

"          Two    Parliamentary    Secretaries 

at  $5,000 -.. 

"          Solicitor  General 

"          Governor  General's  Secretary.. . 
**          Auditor  General       

"          Superintendent  of  Insurance 

298,066  66 

298,066  66 

SUMMARY. 
To  be  voted        

8,881,940  00 
298,066  66 

8, .561, 078  25 
298,066  66 

320,861  75 

Total 

9,180,006  66 

8,859,144  91 

320,861  75 

Note: — The  explanatory  details  of  Civil  Government  estimates,  u.sually  printed,  are  omitted.  These 
particulars  are  not  yet  available  for  1920-21  as  the  reclassification  to  be  effected  by  the  Civil 
Service  Commission  with  the  various  departments  has  not  been  completed. 


ESTIifATES,  1920-21 


'     11 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  3 

IV— ADMINISTRATION  OF  JUSTICE. 
Amount  to  be  voted S89,833  34. 


No.  of 
Vote.; 


Details. 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


33^ 


(A)    EXPEN-DITURE  FOR  WHICH  VoTES 
ARE    ReOTIRED. 


Miscellaneous  expenditure . 

Living   allowance   (or  judge   of   .\tlin 

District.  B.C 

Salary  of  purchasing  agent 

Office  expenses  of  purchasing  agent 

Appropriation  not  required  for  1920-21 . . 


34^ 


35. 


Supreme  Court  oj  Canada. 

Contingencies|and  disbursements,  salar- 
ies of  officers  (sheriffs,  etc.),  books, 
mEigazines,  etc.,  for  judges  not 
exceeding  $300 

Law  boolts  and  books  for  reference  for 
Librarj'  and  binding  of  same. . 

Printing,  binding  and  distributing 
Supreme  Court  Reports 

Appropriation  not  required  for  1920-21 

Exchequer  Court  of  Canada, 

Contingencies — Judges'  travelling  ex- 
penses, remuneration  to  sheriffs, 
etc.,  printing,  stationery,  etc.,  and 
$150  for  judges'  books 

Miscellaneous    expenses.    Exchequer 
Court  in  Admiralty 

Salary  of  Marshal  in  Admiralty, 
Quebec 

Printing,  binding  and  distributing 
Exchequer  Court  Reports 

To  help  defray  expenses  of  publishing 
digest  of  Excheciuer  Court  Reports, 
Volume  1  to  19  inclusive 

Appropriation  not  required  for  1920-21 


36 


Y^kon  Territory, 


Travelling  allowance  of  judge 

Living  allowance  of  judge 

Salaries  Territorial  Court,  sheriff  and 

clerk,    $4,000    each;  stenographer 

$2,000 

Living    allowances    of    Court    officers 

and  police  magistrate 

Fees  and  expenses  of  witnesses,  jurors 

and  interpreters  in  criminal  trials. 
Maintenance  and  transport  of  prisoners. 
Miscellaneous  expenditures 


$   cts. 


10,000  00 

1,200  00 
3,500  00 
2,000  00 


7.500  00 
8.000  00 
4,500  00 


6,000  00 

.  500  00 

333  34 

1.500  00 

500  00 


500  00 
5,000  00 


10,000  00 

6,800  00 

4,000  00 

12,000  00 

6,000  00 


89,833  34 


$   cts 

10,000  00 
1,200  00 


1,005  19 


7,  .500  00 
8,000  00 


2,500  00 


6,000  00 
500  00 
333  34 

1.000  00 


50  00 


500  00 
5000  00 


10,000  00 

6,800  00 

5,000  00 
14,000  00 
8,000  00 


cts. 


3,500  00 
2,000  00 


cts. 


1,005  19 


4,500  00 


87,388  53 


2,500  00 


500  00 

500  00 


50  00 


2,444  81 


1,000  00 
2.000  GO 
2,000  00 


12 


ESTIMATFK.   l!>iri-2l 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
IV— ADMINISTRATION    OF   JUSTICE— Cow^i^uerf. 


Details. 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


(B)  'Expentjiture  Authorized  by  St.^tite. 
Supreme  Court  of  Canada. 


Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

5  judges  at  $9,000. 


Exchequer  Court  of  Canada. 


Salary  o  judge 

"  assistant  judge 

"  6  local  judges  in  Admiralty 

Travelling  allowances  Admiralty  Judges 


Province  of  Ontario. 
Supreme  Court — Appellate  Division — 

Salarj-  of  Chief  Justice 

4  judges  at  $7,000. 

Supreme  Court — High  Court  Division — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice  of  the  Kings  Bench . 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice  of  the  Exchequer 

"  "  the     Common 

Pleas 

12  judges  at  $7,000 

County  Courts — 

Salary  of  70  judges  and  junior  judges  of 

County  and  District  Courts  at  $4,000. 

Travelling  allowances 


Province  of  Quebec. 

Court  of  King's  Bench — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

"         5  judges  at  $7,000 

Superior  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

"         .\cting  Chief  Justice  at  Mont- 
real    

26  judges  at  $7,000,  15  at  $5,000.. 
Circuit  Court,  Montreal — 

Salary  of  4  judges,  1  at  $5,000,  3  at  $4,500. 
Travelling  allowances 


Province  oj  Xova  Scotia. 

Supreme  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

6judges  at  $7,000... 

"        judge  of  Court  of  Divorce. 
County  Courts — 

Salary  of  7  judges  at  $4,000 

Travelling  allowances 


Province  of  AVw  Brunswick. 

Court  of  .\ppeal — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

2  judges  at  $7,000 

Court  of  King's  Bench — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

.•?  judges  at  $7,000 

"        judge  of  Court  of  Divorce. 
County  Courts — 

Salary  of  6  judges  at  $4.000 

Travelling  allowances 


10,000  00 
45,000  00 


8,000  00 

7,000  00 

5,400  00 

400  00 


8,000  00 
28,000  00 


8,000  00 

8,000  00 
84,000  00 


280,000  00 
26.000  00 


8,000  00 
35.000  00 

8,000  00 

8,000  00 
2.57,000  00 

18,500  00 
20,000  00 


8,000  00 

42,000  00 

500  00 

28,000  00 
5,000  00 


8,000  00 
14,000  00 

8.000  00 

21,000  00 

500  00 

24,000  00 
8,000  00 


Carried  forward I  1,039,300  00 


10,000  00 
45,000  00 


8.000  00 

6,000  00 

5,400  00 

400  00 


8,000  00 
28,000  00 

8,000  00 
8,000  00 

8,000  00 
77,00*00 


225,500  00 
26,000  00 


8,000  00 
35,000  00 

8.000  00 

8,000  00 
257,000  00 

18,500  00 
20.000  00 


7,000  00 

30,000  00 

500  00 

21,500  00 
5.000  00 


7.000  00 
12,000  00 

7,000  00 

18,000  00 

500  00 

18,500  00 
8.000  00 


958,800  00 


1,000  00 


7,000  00 
54,500  00 


1,000  00 
6,000  00 


6.500  00 


1,000  00 
2,000  00 

1,000  00 
3.000  00 


5,500  00 


88,500  00 


8.000  00 


8.000  00 


FSTJM.iTE<8,  1920-21 


13 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  3 

IV— ADMINISTRATION   OF  JUSTICE. 


-Concluded. 


Details. 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


Compared  with  Estimates 
1919-20. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Brought  forward 

Province  of  Manitoba. 
Court  of  Appeal — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

""      4  judges  at  $7,000 

Court  of  King's  Bench — 

Salary  ofChief  Justice 

5  judges  at  S" .000 

County  Courts — 

Salary  of  10  judges  at  $4,000 

Travelling  allowances 

Province  of  British  Columbia. 

Court  of  Appeal — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

4  judges  at  $7,000 

Supreme  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

"         5  judges  at  $7,000 

County  Courts — 

Salary  of  14  judges  at  $4,000 

Travelling  allowances 

Province  of  Prince  Edward  Island. 

Supreme  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

"        Master    of     Rolls     and     Vice- 
Chancellor,  $5, 500  each     . 
County  Courts — 

Salary  of  3  judges  at  $4,000 

Travelling  allowances 

Province  of  .'Saskatchewan. 

Court  of  Appeal — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

3  judges  at  $7,000 

Court  of  King's  Bench — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

5  judges  at  $7,000 

District  Courts — 

Salary  of  18  judges  at  $4,000 

Travelling  allowances 

Province  of  Alberta. 
Supreme  Court — 

Salary  of  Chief  Justice 

8  judges  at  $7,000 

District  Courts — 

Salary  of  12  judges  at  $4,000 v . 

Travelling  allowances 

Yukon  Territory. 
Territorial  Court — 

Salary  of  Judge 

Police  Court — 

Salary  of  magistrate  at  Whitehorse 

Summary. 

To  be  voted 

Authorized  by  Statute 


$   cts 

1,039,300  00 


8,000  00 
28,000  00 

8,000  00 
35,000  00 

40,000  00 
5,000  00 


8,000  00 
28,000  00 

g,000  00 
35,000  00 

56,000  00 
18,000  00 


6,500  00 

11,000  00 

12,000  00 
1,500  00 


8,000  00 
21,000  00 

8,000  00 
35.000  00 

72.000  00 
10,000  00 


8.000  00 
56,000  00 

48,000  00 
16,000  00 


5,000  00 
4,000  00 


S   cts 
958,300  00 


8,000  00 
28,000  00 

7.000  00 
30,000  00 

30,000  00 
5.000  00 


8,000  00 
28,000  00 

7,000  00 
30,000  00 

39.000  00 
18,000  00 


6.000  00 
10,400  00 


9,500  00 
1,500  00 


8,000  00 
21,000  00 

7,000  00 
36.000  00 

51,000  00 
9,000  00 


7,000  00 
48,000  00 

33,000  00 
15,000  00 


5,000  00 
4,000  00 


1,638,300  00 


1,468,200  00 


89,833  34 
1,038,300  00 


87,388  S3 
1,468,200  00 


1,728,133  34 


1.555,588  53 


$   cts 

88,500  00 


1,000  00 
5,000  00 

10,000  00 


1,000  00 
5,000  00 

17.000  00 


500  00 

600  00 

2,500  00 


1,000  00 


21,000  00 
1,000  00 


1. 000  00 
8,000  00 

15.000  00 
1.000  00 


170.100  00 


2.444  81 
170,100  00 


t       cts. 
8,000  00 


1,000  00 


172,544  81 


14 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


V— PENITENTIARIES. 


Amount  to  be  voted $1,069,600  00 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Details. 


Kingston 

St.  Vincent  de  Paul 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

37\  British  Columbia.. 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

General " 


Kingston. 

Salaries  and  retiring  allowances. . 

Uniforms  and  mess. 

Maintenance  of  convicts 

Discharge  expenses 

Working  expenses 

Industries 

Lands,  buildings,  and  equipment. 
Miscellaneous 


St.  Vincent  de  Paul. 

Salaries  and  retiring  allowances. . . . 

Uniforms  and  mess. 

Maintenance  of  convicts 

Discharge  eipenses 

Working  expenses 

Industries 

Lands,  buildings,  and  equipment.. . 
Miscellaneous 


Dorchester. 

Salaries  and  retiring  allowances. 

Uniforms  and  mess 

Maintenance  of  convicts 

Discharge  expenses 

Working  expenses 

Industries 

Lands,  buildings  and  equipment 
Miscellaneous 


Manitoba. 

Salaries  and  retiring  allowances . 

Uniforms  and  mesa 

Special  living  allowances 

Maintenance  of  convicts 

Discharge  expenses. 

Working  expenses 

Industries 

Lands,  buildings,  and  equipment. 
Misoellaneoua 


1920-21. 


$       ets. 

311,000  00 

240,000  00 

156,800  00 

107,500  00 

96. 000  00 

50,000  00 

107.500  00 

800  00 


1,069,600  00 


127,000  00 

8,000  00 

70,000  00 

5,000  00 

60,000  00 

15,000  00 

25,000  00 

1,000  00 


311,000  00 


85,000  00 

5,000  00 

50,000  00 

4,000  00 

45,000  00 

10,000  00 

40,000  00 

1,000  00 


240,000  00 


60,000  00 
4,000  00 

27,000  00 
2,500  00 

15,000  00 
8.000  00 

40,000  00 
300  00 


156,800  00 


1919-20. 


$       cts. 

2.39,800  00 
203, 100  00 
118.800  00 
84,000  00 
97,500  00 
90,800  00 
96, 500  00 
36.200  00 


41,000  00 
3,500  00 


15,000  00 
2,000  00 

12,000  00 
3,000  00 

30,000  00 
1,000  00 


107,500  00 


6,700  00 


96,800  00 

6,000  00 

44,000  00 

5,000  00 

60,000  00 

12,000  00 

15.000  00 

1,000  00 


239,800  00 


82,600  00 

5,000  00 

42,000  00 

4,000  00 

45,000  00 

10,000  00 

13,500  00 

1,000  00 


203,100  00 


Compared    with 
Estimates  1919-20. 


Increase. 


S       cts. 

71,200  00 
36, 900  00 
.38,000  00 
23,500  00 


11,000  00 


102,900  00 


30, 200  00 

2,000  00 

26,000  00 


3,000  00 
10,000  00 


71,200  00 


2,400  00 
8,000  00 

26,500  00 


Decrease. 


54,000  00 
3,000  00 

20,000  00 
2,500  00 

15.000  00 
5.000  00 

19,000  00 
300  00 


118,800  00 


38,000  00 
2,500  OO 
3,!)00  00 

10,000  00 
2,000  00 

12,000  00 
3,000  00 

12,000  00 
1,000  00 


84,000  00 


36,900  00 


6,000  00 
1,000  00 
7,000  00 


3,000  00 
21,000  00 


38,000  00 


3,000  00 
1,000  00 


5,000  00 


18,000  00 


23,500  00 


1,500  00 
40,800  00 

35,400  00 


3.500  00 


ESTIilATES,  1920-21 


15 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  3 

V— PENITENTIARIES— Conciwded. 


Details. 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase.  Decrease 


British  Columbia. 

Salaries  4  retiring  allowances 

Uniforms  and  mess 

Special  living  allowances 

llaintenance  of  convicts 

Discharge  expenses 

Working  expenses 

Industries 

Lands,  buildings  &  equipment ,. . 
Miscellaneous 


Albert.\. 


Salaries  and 
expenses 
inmates. 


retiring  allowances  and  other 
in  connection  with  transfer  of 
dismantling  of  buildings,  etc 
(any  unused  portion  of  this  appropriation 
to  be  available  for  salaries  or  for  mainten- 
of  convicts  at  either  Manitoba  or  Sask- 
katchewan  penitentiaries) 


Sabkatchewan. 


Salaries  &  retiring  allowances. . 

Uniforms  and  mess 

Special  living  allowances 

Maintenance  of  convicts 

Discharge  expenses 

Working  expenses 

Industries 

Lands,  buildings  &  equipment . 
Miscellaneous 


GENER.M. 


Office  expenses 

Assistance  to  paroled  &  discharged  convicts 

Salary,  purchasing  agent 

Office  expen.ses.  agent 

War  time  bonus  of  $100.  each  to  officers  and 
employees  whose  salaries  are  $1,000 
less 


52,000  00 
3.500  00 

15,000  00 
3,000  00 
7,000  00 
4.. 500  00 

10,000  00 
1,000  00 


96,000  00 


50,000  00 


39,000  00 
4,000  00 


12,000  00 
1,500  00 

14.000  00 
6,000  00 

30,000  00 
1,000  00 


107,500  00 


500  00 
.300  00 


50,000  00 
3,500  00 
4,500  00 

15,000  00 
2,000  00 
7,000  00 
4,500  00 

10,000  00 
1,000  00 


2,000  00 


1,000  00 


4,500  06 


97,500  00 


1,500  00 


90,800  00 


40.800  00 


39,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,500  00 
9,000  00 
1.000  00 

14,000  00 
6.000  00 

20,000  00 
1,000  00 


1,000  00 


3,000  00 
500  00 


10,000  00 


3,500  00 


96,. 500  00 


11,000  00 


500  00 

300  00 

3,400  00 

2,000  00 


30,000  00 


3,400  00 
2,000  00 


30,000  00 


800  00  I   36,200  00 


.■15,400  00 


16 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21  - 


VI— LEGISLATION. 


Amount  to  be  voted. 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


,780  25 


No. 
of 

DetaiU. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Vote. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

38 

(A)   ESTIM.iTES  OF  EXPEXDITURE   FOR 
WHICH   VOTES  .\RE    REQUIRED. 

Senate. 

Salaries  and  contingent  expenses 

House  of  Commons. 

$         cts. 
129.634  00 

$         cts. 
126,141  50 

$         cts. 
3,492  50 

$         cts. 

2,000  00 

205,425  00 

63,850  00 
62,485  00 
60,000  00 
83,756  25 

2,000  00 

204,350  00 

86,950  00 

104, 146  67 

85,000  00 

99,185  00 

1.075  00 

39 

Salaries,     including     appointment     of 

Victor  Cloutier  at  $1,800.00 

Expenses  of  Committees.  Sessional  and 

23,100  00 

41,661  67 

25,000  00 

^ 

Estimates  of  the  Sergeant-at-Arras. .    . 

Library  of  Parliament. 

Salaries 

Books   for   the   General   Library,   in- 

15,428  75 

477,516  25 

581,631  67 

104, 115  42 

40,130  00 

18,000  00 

1,000  00 
12,500  00 

37.6.50  00 

18,000  00 

1,000  00" 
12,500  00 

2,480  00 

40 

Books  for  the   Library  of   American 

History 

Contingencies 

General. 

Printing,  printing  paper  and  binding 
Printing,  binding  and  distributing  the 

71,630  00 

69, 150  00 

2,480  00 

250,000  00 

16,000  00 

5,000  00 

5,000  00 
15,000  00 

2.50,000  00 

21,000  00 

5,000  00 

5,000  00 
15,000  00 

5,000  00 

41 

Contingent  expenses  in  connection  with 

Contingencies  of  the  Clerk  of  the  Crown 
in  Chancery,  including  the  employ- 

(B)  Authorized  by  Statute. 
Senate. 

291,000  00 

296,000  00 

5,000  00 

4,000  00 

240,000  00 

5,000  00 

4,000  00 

480,000  00 

10,000  00 

240,000  00 

Transportation  expenses  of  Senators.. 

House  of  Commons. 

Salary  of  the  Speaker ^  - 

Indemnity     to     members,     includins 
additional   indemnity   to  Leader  o 

5,000  00 

249,000  00 

494,000  00 

245,000  00 

4.000  00 

f 

594,500  00 
12,000  00 

4,000  00 

1 , 1S9, 000  00 
24,000  00 

- 

594,500  00 

12,000  00 

1 

610,500  00 

1,217,000  00 

006, 500  00 

ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


17 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  3 


VI— LEGISLATION— CoM<znw€rf; 


Number. 


1920-21    1919-20 


Details. 


Salaries 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


33 


Salaries  and  Contingencies 
of  tne  Senate. 

Officers  of  the  Senate 

Clerk  of  the  Senate 

Deputy    Clerk    and     First 

Clerk  Assistant 

Law  Clerk  of  the  Senate 

Second  Clerk  Assistant  and 

Clerk  of  Petitions 

Gentleman    Usher    of    the 

Black  Rod 

Sergeant-at-.\xms 


Committees  Branch 

Chief  Clerk  of  Committees. 
Clerk  in  Law  Department. . 
Junior  Clerks 


Journals,  Routine  and 
Stationery  Branch. 

Clerk  of  English  Journals 
and  Minutes  of  Proceed- 
ings...  

Clerk  of  French  Journals  . . . 

Asst.  Clerk  of  Stationery. . 

Accountant's  Branch. 
Accountant 


Post  Offiice. 


Postmaster 

Asst.  Postmaster. 


Translation  Branch. 

Chief  French  Translator. . 

2nd 

3rd 

Debates  Branch. 

Editor  of  Debates 

Reporter 

Miscellaneous  Branch 

Housekeeper  and  Superinten- 
dent of  Messengers 

Curator  of  Reading  Room  . 
Doorkeeper  of  the  Senate. . . 

Steward .' 

Wardrobe  Keeper 

1  Permanent  Messenger.. . . 
4  Permanent  Messengers. . . . 

Night  Watchman 

Fireman — 365  days  at  $2.. . . 


Carried  forward . 


$     cts 


6,000  00 

4,000  00 
4,000  00 

3,800  00 

3,600  00 
2,800  00 


3,050  00 
1.300  00 
2,350  00 


2,575  00 
2,050  00 
1,600  00 


3,400  00 


2,100  00 
1,600  00 


3,100  00 
2,800  00 
2,250  00 


3,475  00 
2.400  00 
2.400  00 


1,600  00 
1,600  00 
1,150  00 
1,300  00 
1,300  00 
1,300  00 
4,400  00 
1,100  00 
730  00 


75.130.00 


$     cts. 


6.000  00 

3,700  00 
4,000  00 

3,700  00 

3,500  00 
2,800  00 


2,950  00 
1,200  00 
1,100  00 


2,475  00 
1,950  00 
1,600  00 


3,300  00 


2, 100  00 
1,550  00 


3,000  00 
2,800  00 
2, 150  00 


3,375  00 
2,300  00 
2.300  00 


1,600  00 
1,600  00 
1,100  00 
1,300  00 
1,300  00 
1,300  00 
4,200  00 
1,050  00 
730  00 


S-2 


72,030.00 


$     cts. 


300  00 

100  00 
100  00 


100  00 

100  00 

1,250  00 


100  00 
100  00 


100  00 


90  00 


100  00 
100  00 


100  00 
100  00 
100  00 


50  00 


200  00 
50  00 


3,100.00 


18 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 


VI— LEGISLATION— Conimwed. 


Number. 


1920-21.  1919-20 


Details. 


Salaries  and  Contingencies 
of  the  Senate — concluded. 

Brought  forward . . . 

Miscellaneous. 


Pages 

Sessional  Messengers 

Charwomen 

Stationery 

Newspapers  and  Periodicals 
for  Reading  Room 

Postage  and  carriage  of 
Mails 

Debates 

Stenographers 

General  Expenses 

Clerical  assistance  to  Xeader 
of  Opposition 

To  provide  for  annual  gra- 
tuity of  $1,000  to  George 
Holland,  as  per  Resolu- 
tion of  Debates  and  Re- 
porting Committee,  adopt- 
ed bv  the  Senate,  May 
17,  1916 

To  provide  an  amount  for 
the  Speaker  of  the  Senate 
in  lieu  of  residence 

Appropriation  not  required... 


House  of  Commons. 

Officers  of  the  House. 

The  Clerk 

First  Division,  Subdivision 

A:  Serjeant-at-Arms 

First  Division,  Subdivision 

A;  Assistant  Clerk 


Journals  Branch. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
A;   1  at  $.3,600 - .  ,.- 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
B:  1  at  $2,575,  1  at  S2,225 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion A:  1  at  $2,100,  1  at 
$2,050,  1  at  $1,975 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion B:  1  at  $1,600,  1  at 
$1,350 


Committees  Branch. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
A:  1  at  $2,800 

First  Division.  Subdivision 
B:   1  at$2,800.  2at  $2,775. 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion A:  1  at  $2,100,  1  at 
$1,800 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion B:  1  at  $1,600 


Carried  forward 


Salaries 


1920-21. 


$     cts. 
75,130.00 


1,080  00 

4,950  00 

4,924  00 

10,000  00 

2,000  00 

1,000  00 
13,000  00 

2,550  00 
10,400  00 

600  00 


1,000  00 
3,000  00 


129,634  00 


6,000  00 
3,025  00 
4,000  00 


3,600  00 
4,800  00 

6,125  00 

2,950  00 


2,800  00 
8,350  00 

3,900  00 
1,600  00 


47,150  00 


1919-20. 


S     cts. 
72,030.00 


1,080  00 

4.950  00 

4,924  00 

10,000  00 

2,000  00 

1,000  00 

12,000  00 

2,. 550  00 

6,007  50 

600  00 


1,000  00 


3,000  00 
5,000  00 


126,141  50 


6,000  00 
2,925  00 
4,000  00 


3,500  00 
7,475  00 

5,975  00 

2,850  00 


3,900  00 
8,150  00 

2,100  00 
1,600  00 


48,475  00 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


$     cts. 
3,100.00 


1,000  00 
4,392  50 


3,492  50 


100  00 


100  00 


150  00 

100  00 


200  00 
1,800  00 


Decrease. 


$     cts. 


5,000  00 


2,675  00 


1,100  00 


I 


2,450    00  3,775  00 


ESTIitATES,  1920-21 


19 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  3 

VI— LEGISLATION— Con<i«ti€d. 


Number. 

1920-21. 

1919-20 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

10 

10 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

18 

19 

2 

2 

10 

9 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

53 

55 

Details. 


Salaries. 


1920-21.  1919-20 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase.  Decrease. 


House  of  Commons — Con. 

Brought  forward . . 

Office  of  the  Clerk  of  the 
Croivn  in  Chancery. 

First  Division,  Subdivision  A 
First  Division,  Subdivision 

B:  1  atS2.200 

Second    DiWsion,    Subdivi- 
sion B:  1  at  $1,600 


Translation  Branch. 
(a)  Hansard  Division. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
B:  10  at  82,800 _.- 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion A:  2  at  $2,100,  1  at 
$1,975 


(6)  House  Division. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
A:  1  at  $3,100 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
B:  1  at  $2,800 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion A:  11  at  $2,100,  1  at 
$2,075,  3  at  $2,050,  1  at 
$2,000,  1  at  $1,975,  1  at 
$1,900 


Reporting  Branch. 
(a)  Hansard  Section. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
A:  1  at  $3,475, 1  at  $3,150. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
B:  6  at  $2,800,  1  at  $2,500, 
1  at  $2.350, 1  at  $2,300, 1  at 
$2,275 


(6)  Committee  Section. 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion A:  2  at  $2,100,  1  at 
$2,000 


.Accountant's,  Stationery  ondj 
Blue  Book  Branch. 

(a)  Accountant's  Division. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
A:  1  at  $3.250 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
sion A:  1  at  $2, 100 


(6)  Stationery  Division. 

First  Division,  Subdivision 
B:  1  at  $2, 100 

Second  Division,  Subdivi- 
tion.\:  I  at  $2. 100 

Second  Division.  Subdivi- 
sion B:  1  at  $1,600 


Carried  forward . 


$      cts. 
47,150  00 


2,200  00 


1,600  00  1,600  00 


28,000  00 
6,175  00 


3,100  00 
2,800  00 


37,200  00 


6,625  00 


26,225  00 


6,200  00 


3,250  00 
2,100  00 

2, 100  00 
2,100  00 
1,600  00 


178,425  00 


$       cts 

48,475  00 

2,800  00 
2,200  00 


28,000  00 
5,875  00 

3,000  00 
2,800  00 

37,925  00 

6,425  00 
23,400  00 

5.800  00 


3,150  00 
2,100  OO 

2,800  00 
2,000  00 
1,600  00 


$       cts. 
2,450  00 


300  00 


100  00 


200  00 


2,825  00 


400  00 


100  00 


100  00 


179.950  00 


6,475  00 


$       cts. 
3,775100 

2,800  00 


726  00 


700  00 


8,000  00 


3-2J 


20 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


VI— LEGISLATION— Continwed. 


Number. 

DetaUs. 

Salaries. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

53 

1 

55 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
2 

1 

1 

House  of  Commons — Con. 

Brought  forward 

Accountant's,  Stationery  and 
Blue  Book  Branch— Con. 

(c)  Post  Office  and  Blue  Book 

Division. 
First  Division,  Subdivision 
B:  1  at  $2,800 

$       cts. 
178,425  00 

2,800  00 
2,100  00 

$       cts. 
179,950  00 

2,800  00 
2,025  00 
1,400  00 
1,300  00 

2,025  00 
1,000  00 

6,000  00 
5,400  00 

$       cts. 
6,475  00 

75  00 

$       cts. 
8,000  00 

1 

Second    Division,    Subdivi- 
sion A:  1  at  $2,100 

Second  Division,  Subdivision 
B 

1,400  00 

1 

Third  Division,  Subdivision 
A:  1  at  $1,300       

1,300  00 

2,100  00 
1,000  00 

6,000  00 
5,500  00 
2,100  00 
1,450  00 
1,150  00 

1,500  00 

75  00 

100  00 

2,100  00 

100  00 

50  00 

1,500  00 

1 
1 

1 
2 

1 

(d)  Reading  Room  Division. 
Second    Division,    Subdivi- 
sion A;  1  at  $2,100 

Not  classified— 1  at  $1,000. . 

Law  Branch. 

Parliamentary  Counsel 

First  Division,  Subdivision 

^B:  1  at  $2,800,  1  at  $2,700. 

Second    Division,    Subdivi- 
sion A:  1  at  $2,100 

Second    Division,    Subdivi- 
sion B:  1  at  $1,450... ..... 

Third  Division,  Subdivision 
A:  1  at  $1,150 

1 
1 

1,350  00 
1,100  00 

1 

Supernumerary. 

Second    Division,    Subdivi- 
sion B:  1  at  $1,500 

Expenses  of  Committees, 
Extra  Sessional  Clerks, 
etc. 
Speaker's  Secretary 

Sessional  Clerks. 

Chief  Clerks  at  $7 
per  diem 2,100  00 

Permanent  Session- 
al Clerks  (Post 
Office,   etc.)   at 
$5  per  diem     ..     9,750  00 

Permanent      Ses- 
sional Clerks  at 
$4  per  diem 4,200  00 

Sessional     Clerks 
atSoperdiem        6,000  00 

Sessional     Clerks 
at  $4  per  diem  .     1,200  00 

85 

85 

1 

2 
13 

15 
2 

205,425  00 

204,350  00 

1,075  00 

1 

2 

13 

7 

8 
2 

600  00 

23,250  00 
10,000  00 

30,000  00 

600  00 

34,350  00 
10,000  00 

42,000  00 

11,100  00 

Expenses    of    Committees, 
witnesses,  etc 

To  provide  for  a  service  of 
stenography     and      type- 
writing for  the  use  of  Mem- 
bers  

12,000  00 

33 

33 

63,850  00 

86,950  00 

23. 100  00 

ESTIMATES,  19S0-Z1 


21 


SESSIONAL   PAPER  No.  3 


VI— LEGISLATION— Co»i<inwrf. 


Number. 

Compared    with 

Salaries. 

Estimates   of    1919-20. 

Details. 

1920-21.11919-20 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

House  of  Commons — Con. 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

S       cts. 

%       cts. 

Contingencies. 

Stationery,  etc 

35,000  00 

35,000  00 

Postage,  telegrams  and  tele- 

phones  

5,000  00 

5,000  00 

Newspapers  and  advertising 

2,500  00 

2,500  00 

Two      expresses      between 

House  and     Government 

Printing  OfiBce 

1.050  00 

1,470  00 

420  00 

Miscellaneous   (including 

clerical  assistance  to  the 

Leader  of  the  Opposition 

at  $600  per  .Session) 

5,260  00 

5,260  00 

Unforeseen    Expenses  —  By 

order    of    the    Board    of 

Commissioners 

1,000  00 

1.000  00 

To   purchase   for    the     use 

of  Senators  and  Members 

of  Parliament.  350  copies 

of    the    Canadian    Annual 

Retiev,  Edition  of  1919  . 

1,575  00 

1,575  00 

To  provide  an  amount  for 

the  Speaker  of  the  House 

of    Commons    in    lieu    of 

^ 

residence 

3,000  00 

3,000  00 

To  provide  an  amount  for 

the    Deputy    Speaker    of 

\ 

the  House  of  Commons  in 

lieu  of  apartments 

1,500  00 

1,500  00 

To  provide  an  amount  for 

the    Serjeant-at-Arms    in 

lieu  of  residence 

^o  provide  for  payment  of 

600  00 

600  00 

allowance    to    the    acting 

Deputy  Serjean1>at-Arms. 

500  00 

700  00 

200  OO 

To  provide  for  the  salarj-  of 

the  Private  Secretary  of 

the  leader  of  the  Opposi- 

tion, such  Secretary  to  be 

appointed  by  the  Leader 

of  the  Opposition 

2,500  00 

2,500  00 

Joint  Restaurant  of   Parlia- 

ment. Contingencies 

Appropriations   not   required 

3,000  00 

Jot  1919-20 

3,000  00 

41,041  67 

41,041  67 

62,4«5  00 

104.146  67 

41,661  67 

Department  of  the  Sergeant- 
at-Arms. 

Chief  Messenger  and  House- 
keeper  

1,600  00 

1,600  00 

Asst.  Chief  Messenger  and 
Housekeeper 

1,200  00 

1,200  00- 

Steward  of  Joint  Restaurant 

1,500  00 

1,500  00 

Electrician 

1,300  00 

1,300  00 

Permanent  Messengers:  6  at 

$1,000 

6,000  00 

6,000  00 

Bank  Messenger  and  Assist- 
ant in  office  of  Accountant 

1,000  00 

1,000  00 

Chief  Doorkeeper 

1,000  00 

1.000  00 

2 

2 

Night  Watchman:     2  at 
$1,000 

2,000  00 

2.000  00 

2 

2 

House    Carpenters:       2    at 
'  $1,000 

2,000  00 

2.000  00 

Carried  forward 

17.600  00 

17.600  00 

22 


ESTIMATES,  19S0-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 


Yl— LEGISLATION— Continued. 


Number. 

Details. 

Salaries. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

1920-21. 

1919-20 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

2 

47 

1 

20 

9 

1 

15 

34 

1 
2 

House  of  Commons— Con. 

$       cts. 
17,600  00 

675  00 

28,200  00 
1,000  00 
5,250  00 

3,1.37  50 

600  00 

6,843  75 

6,375  00 

225  00 

1,350  00 
10,000  00 

1,000  00 
1.500  00 

$       cts. 
17,600  00 

1,710  00 

39.242  50 
1.000  00 
7,350  00 

4,392  50 

600  00 

5,475  00 

7, 140  00 

315  00 

1,860  00 
10,000  00 

1,000  00 
1,500  00 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

1 

Department  of  the  Sergeant- 
,  u    atrArms — Con. 

Doorkeeper:    1  at  S4.50  per 

1,035  00 

47 

Sessional  Messengers:    47  at 

11,042  50 

1 

20 

9 

Chipf  of  Paffps 

Pages:  20  at  $1  75  per  diem 
Servants,  Bathrooms,  Wash 

rooms,  etc 

Chief  Chai-woman  at   $600 
•per  annum 

2,100  00 

1,155  00 

1 

1,368  75 

15 

Permanent    charwomen    at 
SI  25  per  diem  .... 

t   34 

Additional     Cha  r  w  o  m  e  n 
during  Session  at  $1 .  25  per 

865  00 

1 

Attendant  at  Electric  Light 

90  00 

2 

Bookkeepers  in  Messengers' 
Room  at  $4 ,  50  per  diem  . 

Tradesmen  and  others 

Contingencies — Housekeep- 

510  00 

% 

Untoreseen    Expenses  —  By 
order  of  Board  of  Com- 
missioners:  (Gratuities  to 
retiring  Sessional  Messen- 

LlBR.\RT    OF    P.\RLHMEXT. 

Joint  Librarians  of  Parlia- 
ment— 

1    General    Librarian    at 
$6,000 

1    Parliamentary    Libra- 
rian at  36,000 

147 

148 

83,756  25 

12,000  00 
8,000  00 
2,800  00 

1,380  00 

5,780  00 

1,400  00 

3,180  00 

1,550  00 

1,400  00 

1,560  00 
1,080  00 

99,185  00 

15,428  75 

Librarians— 
2  at  S4,000 

Cataloguer— 
1  at  S2  800 

Assistant  Librarian  and  Ac- 
count Clerk — 
1  at  $1,380 

Assistant  Cataloguers- 
Assistant  Cataloguer:    1  at 
$1,700;    2  at  «1,.380;    1  at 
$1,320  (to  be  appointed)    . 
Clerk  of  Periodicals:     1  at 
•  $1,400 

Lihrar>-     Assistants:    2     at 
$1,080;  1  at  $1,020 

Librar>'  Helpers:  1  at  $950; 
1  at  $600  (to  be  appointed) 

Senior   Clerk-Stenographer: 
1  at  $1,400 

Bookbinder:   1  at  prevailing 

rates  of  pay;  $30  per  week 

Caretaker:  1  at  $1,080 

Carried  forward  . . . . 

40, 130  00 

37,650  00 

2.480  00 

ESTIMATES,  1920-21. 


23 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  3 


VI— LEGISLATION— Condwrfe<?. 


Details. 


Salaries. 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


1920-21 


1919-20 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Lebrart  of  PARLi.uaENT. — Continued. 
Brought  forward 

Books:^ 

For  the  General  Library,  including 

binding 

For  the  Library  o(  American  His- 
tory  

Contingencies 


$       cts. 
40, 130  00 


18,000  00 

1,000  00 
12.. 500  00 


$       cts, 
37,650  00 


18,000  00 

1,000  00 
12,500  00 


$       cts 
2,480  00 


71,630  00 


69, 150  00 


2,480  00 


cts. 


SUMMARY. 


Senate                        

129,634  00 

477,516  25 

71,630  00 

291,000  00 

126,141  50 

581,631  67 

69,150  00 

296,000  00 

3,492  50 
2,480  00 

104  115  42 

Library  of  Parliament 

General J 

Total  to  be  voted      

5  OOO  00 

969,780  25 
859,500  00 

1,072,923  17 
1,711,000  00 

103  142  92 

851,500  00 

1,829.280  25 

2.783,923  17 

954,642  92 

II 


24 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
YII— ARTS   AND   AGRICULTURE. 

Amount  to  be  voted $3,903,000  00. 


No, 
of 

Details. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Vote. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

42 

Experimental  Farms — Jlaintenance  ol 
Central    Farm    and    maintaining    ol 
additional  branch  Stations  . 

S         cts. 

1,200.000  00 
18,000  00 

150,000  00 

165.000  00 

25,000  00 
140.000  00 
500,000  00 

520,000  00 
35,000  00 

10,000  00 
900,000  00 

225,000  00 
15,000  00 

$         cts. 

1,200,000  00 
18,000  00 

149,200  00 

155,000  00 

25,000  00 
122,500  00 
465,000  00 

442,000  00 
36,300  00 

10,000  00 
800,000  00 

200,000  00 
25,000  00 

$         cts. 

800  00 
10,000  00 

17,500  00 
35,000  00 

78,000  00 

$         cts. 

43 

44 

For   the   administration   and   enforce- 
ment of  the  Deslrucliie  Insect  and  Pest 
Act 

45 

For  the  development  of  the  dairying 
industry,   and    the   improvement   oi 
transportation,  sale  and  trade  in  food 
and  other  products  . 

46 

Towards   the   encouragement   of   cold 
storage   warehouses   for   the   better 
preservation  and  handling  of  perish- 

47 

Fruit  Branch 

4S 

Health  of  Animals 

49 

For   the   administration  and   enforce- 
ment of  ,the  Meal  and  Canned  Foods 
Act  ..  . 

50 

Publications  Branch 

1,300  00 

51 
52 

International  Institute  of  Agriculture, 
to  assist  in  maintenance  thereof  and 
to  provide  for  representation  thereat 

For  the  development  ol  the  Live  Stock 

100,000  00 
25,000  00 

53 
54 

To  enforce  the  Seed  Act.  to  test  seed  for 
farmers  and  seed  merchants,  to  en- 
courage  the  production  and   use   of 
superior  seeds  and  to  encourage  the 
-production  of  farm  and  garden  crops. 

For  the  administration  and   carrying 
out  of   the   provisions  of   the    Agri- 
cultural Instruction  Act  .... 

10,000  00 

AVTHORIZED    BY    St.4TCTE. 

3^  Geo.  V,  Cap.  5,  The  Agricultural 
Instruction  Act. 

Ontario 

3,903,000  00 

3,648,000  00 

255,000  00 

335,303  26 
271,113  76 
81,716  69 
64,110  80 
31,749  22 
69, 199  06 
77,113  11 
81,728  48 
66,965  62 
20.000  00 

336,3ft3  26 
271,113  76 
81.716  69 
64.110  80 
31.749  22 
69, 199  06 
77,113  11 
81,728  48 
66,965  62 
20,000  00 

Quebec 

Xew  Brunswick        

British  Columbia  . 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

SCMMARY. 

To  be  voted 

1,100,000  00 

3,903,000  00 
1,100.000  00 

1,100,000  00 

3.648.000  00 
1,100.000  00 

255,000  00 

Authorized,  by  Statute 

5.003,000  00 

4,748,000  00 

255,000  00 

J 


.  ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


25 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  3 

VIII— IMMIGRATION  AND  COLONIZATION. 

Amount  to  be  voted $1,443,190.00 


-No. 
of 

Details. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Vote. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

Salaries    of    Agents    and    Employees 
(Outside  Service) — 
In  Canada /390,000 

$       cts. 

1 

1-    550,000  00 

770,000  00 

80,000  00 

5,190  00 

32,000  00 
6,000  00 

S       ets. 

575, 000  00 

746,400  00 

80,000  00 

7, 190  00 

32,000  00 
6,000  00 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

55< 

In     Great     Britain     and 

Europe 93,000 

In  United  States 67, 000 

25,000  00 

23,600  00 

56 

57 

Contingencies    in    Canadian 

British    and     Foreign 

Agencies   and   general 

immigration  expenses. 

Exhibitions 

58 

Imperial  Institute 

Chinese     Immigration— .Salaries    and 
Congencies 

2,000  00 

59 

60 

Relief  of  Distressed  Canadians 

1,443,190  00 

1,446,590  00 

3,400  00 

IX— DEPARTMENT   OF   HEALTH. 

Amount  to  be  voted $727,500  00. 


No. 

of 

Vote. 

Details. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

61 

Adulteration  of  Food  and  the  adminis- 
tration  of   the   Act   respecting  ferti- 
lizer, fraudulent   marking  and  corn- 

$         cts. 

90,000  00 
10,000  00 

15,000  00 
5,000  00 

85,000  00 

262,500  00 

50,000  00 

10,000  00 
200,000  00 

S          cts. 

70.000  00 
3,000  00 

$         cts. 

20.000  00 
7,000  00 

15,000  00 
5,000  00 

$         cte. 

62 
63 

Proprietary  or  Patent  Medicines 

Housing,  salaries  and  general  espenses, 
expenditure  1919-20,  from  Demobili- 
zation Appropriation  Act 

Pollution  of  Boundar.v  waters 

Marine  Hospitals,    including  grants   to 

64 

65 

97,500  00 

241,000  00 
28,600  00 

200,000  00 

12,500  00 

66 
67 

Quarantine:— salaries  and  contingencies 
of  organized  districts;  Public  health 
in    other    districts:    Tracadie    and 
D'.\rcy  Island    Lazerettces:    Public 
Works  Health  .\ct:  and  expenses  for 
boat    for    one    half    year,    8t.  John 
Quarantine  station 

Immigration   and   Medical  Inspection, 
expenditure     1919-20    under     Immi- 
gration and  Colonization 

21,500  00 
21,400  00 
10,000  00 

68 

Research: — Maintenance,  replacements, 
supplies  and  assistance  for  a  research 

laboratory 

69 

Venereal  Diseases 

727,500  00 

640, 100  00 

87,400  00 

26 


ESTIifATES,  1920-n 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 


X— PENSIONS. 
Amount  to  be  voted $27,081,736  65 


No.  of 
Vote. 

Details. 

1920-21 . 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

70 

Mrs 

La( 

Pen 

15 

Pen 

P 

S 

IS 

Pen 

a 

1! 

Pen 

fc 

d 

Pen 
Pen 
Pen 
Pet 
Pen 

F 
Per 
Per 
Per 
Pet 

E 

.  Wm.  McDougall 

$       cts. 

1,200  00 
1,200  00 

1,200  00 

1,199  03 

44,000  00 

821  25 

6  15 

54  75 

525  00 

456  25 

756  00 

450  00 

600  00 

1,000  00 

500  00 

700  00 
720  00 
672  00 

$       cts. 

1,200  00 
1,200  00 

1,200  00 

1,202  31 
44,000  00 

640  50 

6  15 

54  90 

525  00 

$       cts. 

$       cts. 

71 

72 

sions  on  account  of  the  Fenian  Raid, 
66-1870 

73 

sions  payable  to  Mounted  Police, 
rince  Albert  Volunteers  and  Police 
eouts  on  account  of  the  Rebellion  of 
S85 

3  28 

74 

sions  payable  to  militiamen  and  on 
3tive  sendee  Xorth  West  Rebellion. 
i85..                                             ■   .    .. 

180  75 

75 

sions  to  families  of  members  of  the 
rce  who  lost  their  lives  while  on 
uty — 
Margaret  Johnson  Brooke        

76 

Arthur  Stewart  Mounttord  Brooke 
Mrs.  Elizabeth  Willmett      

77 

0  15 

78 

456  25 
756  00 

79 

Mrs.  Mary  Emma  Bossage 

80 

81 

sion  to  J.  B.  .^llan 

450  00 

600  00 

1,000  00 

500  00 

700  00 

720  00 

672  00 

2,500  00 

28,000,000  00 
1.629,251  75 

82 
83 

sion  to  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Fuller 

84 
85 

sion  to  Mr.s.  Mary  L.  Campbell  — 
sion  to  the  sisters  of  the  late  Col. 
larry  Baker  M.P                    

86 
87 

sion  to  Miss  Nellie  Hopkinson 

sion  to  Jas.  Elliott 

sion  to  Dr  T   B   Flint 

2,500  00 

88 

sions— 

25,825,676  22 
1.200,000  00 

2,174,323  78 

89 

Salaries  and  contingent  expenses  of  the 
Board,  of  Pension  Commissioners  for 
Canada 

429,251  75 

(B)  Estimates  ok  Pensions  Autho- 
IZED    BY    Statute— Pensions    to 
Judges. 

Quebec. 

Hon    W.  W.  Chnirnnn 

27,081,736  65 

2,666  66 
4,666  66 
5,333  33 
7,000  00 
8,000  00 
2,666  66 
8,000  00 
3,333  33 

29,686,422  61 

2,666  66 
4,666  66 
5,333  33 
7.000  00 
8,000  00 
2,666  66 
8,000  00 
3,333  33 
7,000  00 
7,000  00 
8,000  00 
4,666  67 
4,666  67 

2,604,685  96 

'     C.  J.  Doherty   

'     H.  C.  Pelletier 

'     A.  B.  Routhier 

'     \V.  White                      

'     Sir  L.  .\..  Jett6 

'     R.S.Cook 

7,000  00 

'     L.  Tellier : 

^  7,000  00 
8,000  00 

'     Sir  Charles  P.  Davidson 

'      \'    W    Trt'ji^olmc 

4,666  67 

'     J.  C.  McCorkill 

4,666  67 

01,333  31 

72,999  98 

11,666  67 

ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


27 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  3 


X-^PENSIONS— Con<im«ed. 


Details. 


1920-21 . 


1919-20. 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


(B)  Estimates  of  Pensions  Author- 
ized BY  Statute — Continued. 


Brought  forward . 
Onlario. 


T.  A.  M.  McCarthy 

Hon.  F.  Osier v.. 

A.  C.  Chadwick 

D.  Chisholm 

J.  Jamieson 

E.  Morgan 

P.  McCurrii 

W.  S.  Senkler 

H.  S.  McDonald 

Hon.  J.  V.  Teetzel 

J.  E.  Harding 

A.Bell 

B.  L.  Doyle 

J.  L.  Dowlin 

E.  B.  Fralick 

C.  R.  Hanning 

D.McGihbon 

D.J.  Mclntyre 

Joseph  Ryan 

Monck 


A^'otio  Scotia. 

Hon.  A.  W.  Savary 

"     C.J.  Townsend 

"     N.  H.  Meagher 


Prince  Edward  Island. 
W.  W.  Sullivan 


New  Brunswick. 


Hon.  J.  A.  Vanwart. 

W.  Wilbinson 

Hon.  \V.  W.  Wells... 

"     J.  G.  Forbes. . 

"     E.  McLeod .... 


Manitoba. 

Hon.  D.  M.Walker 

Northwest  Territories 

Hon.  T.  H.  McGuiro 

British  Columbia. 

Hon.  W.  W.  Spinks 

"     W.  N.  Bole 

"     E.  Harrison 

Saskatchewan. 

Hon.  E.  L.  Wetmore 

Carried  forward 


$   cts. 
61,333  31 


3,000  00 
7,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 


3,000  00 
3,000  00 
4,666  66 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
2,000  00 
3,000  00 
1,000  00 


3,000  00 
3,000  00 
2,000  00 


3,000  00 
7,000  00 
6,000  00 


6,533  33 


2,666  66 


2,000  00 
3,500  00 
7.666  07 


3,000  00 


3,333  34 


2,000  00 
2,000  00 
2,000  00 


7,000  00 


174,699  97 


$   cts. 
72,998  98 


3.000  00 
7,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
4,666  66 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
2,000  00 
3,000  00 
1,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
3,000  00 
2,000  00 


3,000  00 
7,000  00 
6,000  00 


6,533  33 


2,666  66 
3,000  00 
2,000  00 
3,500  00 
7,666  67 


3,000  00 


3,333  34 


2,000  00 
2,000  00 
2,000  00 


7,000  00 


195,360  64 


cts. 


S   cts. 
11,666  67 


3,000  00 


3,000  00 


3,000  00 


20,666  67 


28 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


X— PENSIONS— ConcZwded. 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 


Details. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

(B)  Estimates  of  Pensions  Author- 
ized BY  Statute — Pensions  to 
Judges — Concluded. 

Brought  forward 

$         cts. 
174,699  97 
5,000  00 

2,595  56 
500-00 

200.000  00 

24  00 

55,929  39 

$         cts. 
195,366  64 
5,000  00 

2,595  56 
500  00 

115,000  00 

24  00 

50, 129  91 

$         cts. 

85,000  00 
5,799  48 

$         cts. 
20,666  67 

Yukon  Territory. 
.Tamps  Hrflig 

Miscellaneous. 

Capt.  P.  J.  Hanldn,  late  Colonial  Secre- 
tary   

Mrs.  Alice  Joynson,  4-5  Geo.  V,  Cap.  11 

Miiilia  Pensions. 
Militia  Pensions  Act,  1901 

Canada  Military  Asylum  Pensions. 
Expenditure    authorized    by    Act    44 

Royal  Northwest  Mounted  Police. 

Expenditure  authorized  by  Chapter  91 
of  the  Revised  Statutes  of  1906 

Summary. 
To  be  voted. . .     .                

438,748  92 

368,616  11 

70,132  81 

27.081,736  65 
438,748  92 

29,686,422  61 
368,616  11 

70,132  81 

2,604,685  96 

27,520,485  57 

30,055,038  72 

2,534,553  15 

ESTIMATES,  1920-21  ■ 


29 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  3 


XI— SUPERANNUATION. 
Amount  to  be  voted 880,000  00 


No. 

of 

Vote. 

Details. 

1920-21. 

1919-20. 

Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 

Increase. 

Decrease. 

90 

To  provide  (or  retiring  allowances  to 
employees    of    the    Department    of 
Public  Printing  and  Stationery 

St.vtutort. 

$       cts 

80,000  00 

$          Ct5. 

S      ,cts. 
80,000  00 

$       cts. 

500,000  00 

400,000  00 

100.000  00 

Summary. 
To  be  voted     

80,000  00 
500,000  00 

400,000  00 

80.000  00 
100,000  00 

580,000  00 

400,000  00 

18u,000  00 

30 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 

XII— MILITIA  AND  DEFENCE. 
Amount  to  be  voted $12,498,506  00 


Details. 


Allowances,  Active  Militia... 

Annual  Drill 

Cadet  Sen'ices 

Clothing  and  Necessaries.. . . 

Contingencies 

Customs  Dues ^  ■  . 

Departmental  Library 

Dominion  Arsenal,  Lindsay.. 

Dominion  Arsenal,  Quebec... 

Engineer  Services  and  Works 

Grants  to  Associations,  etc... 

Maintenance  Military  Proper- 
ties  

Ordnance  Arms,  Lands,  etc. 

Pay  of  Staff 

Permanent  Force 

Printing  and  Stationery 

Royal  Military  College 

Salaries  and  Wages 

.Schools  of  Instruction 

Topographic  Survey 

Training  Areas 

Transport  and  Freight 

Warlike  Stores 

Appropriqtions  not  required 
for  19B0-S1 


Statutory — 

Pay  of  military  members  of 

the   Militia   Council   and 

Inspector  General 

Summary. 

To  be  voted 

Statutory 


1913-14. 


$  cts. 

120,000  00 

1,830,000  00 

392,500  00 

700,000  00 

45,670  00 

100,000  00 

1,000  00 


300,000  00 

1,205,100  00 

79,900  00 


100, 

1,980, 

205, 

2,180, 

70, 

140, 

192, 

100, 

40, 

200, 

200, 

703, 


000  00 
S65  00 
500  00 
000  00 
000  00 
000  00 
000  00 
000  00 
000  00 
000  00 
000  00 
100  00 


31,070  00 


10,917,305  00 


21,600  00 


10,917,305  00 
21,600  00 


10,938,905  00 


■  1920-21. 


S     cts. 

120,000  00 

1,500,000  00 

390,000  00 

60,000  00 

50,000  00 

50,000  00 

1,000  00 

258,112  00 

532, 512  00 

705,000  00 

105,000  00 

200,000  00 

100,000  00 

345,600  00 

6,500,000  00 

70,000  00 

254,819  00 

.331,463  00 

150,000  00 

45.000  00 

30,000  00 

300,000  00 

400,000  00 


12,498  506  00 


21,600  00 


12,498,506  00 
21.000  00 


12,520  106  00 


1919-20. 


S  cts. 
100,000  00 
.350,000  00 
100,000  00 


25,000  00 
1^000  00 


475,000  00 
80,000  00 


175,000  00 


.345,600  00 

,071,986  00 

70,000  00 

220,000  00 

260,000  00 


35,000  00 
35,000  00 
25,000  00 


966  02 


8,369,552  02 


21,600  00 


S,. 369, 552  02 
21,600  00 


8,391,152  0: 


Compared  with 
Estimates  of  1919-20. 


Increase. 


S  cts 
20,000  00 
1,150,000  00 
290,000  00 
60,000  00 
25,000  00 
50,000  00 

258,112  00 

532,512  00 

230.000  00 

25,000  00 

25,000  00 
100,000  00 

428,014  00 

.34,819  00 

71,463  00 

150,000  00 

10,000  00 


275,000  00 
400,000  00 


4,128,953 


4,128,953 


4,128,953  98 


Decrease. 


cts. 


5,000  00 


966  02 


Details. 


1920-21 . 


1919-20. 


♦  Allow.\nce3,  Active  MiLrriA. 

Allowances  to  officers  of  the  Active  Militia  for  Command  Pay,  Drill 
instructions.  Care  of  Arms,  Postage,  etc 


Annual  Drill. 

Pay  and  subsistence  of  officers,  N.C.  officers  and  men  of  the  Active 
Militia  trained  at  local  headquarters,  and  at  camps  of  Annual 
Training,  including  transport  and  all  other  expenses  connected 
with  the  camps. . '. 


Cadet  Services. 

Pay  of  Organizers  and  Inspectors,  and  of  drill  instructors.  Expenses 
of  teachers  qualifying  at  Military  Schools  and  of  Permanent 
Force  instructors.  Uniform  allowance  and  expenses  in  connec- 
tion with  Cadet  camps,  etc 


cts. 


120,000  00 


1,500,000  00 


390,000  00 


$         cts. 


100,000  00 


350,000  00 


100,000  00 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


31 


SESSIONAL  PAPER   No.  3 

XII— MILITIA  AND  DEFENCE.— Conhnwef/. 


Details. 


1820-21. 


1919-20. 


Clothing  and  Necessahies. 

Purchase  of  special  sized  clothing,  badges  and  miscellaneous  articles, 
and  cash  allowances  for  Highland  regiments,  etc.,  who  provide 
their  own  clothing 


Contingencies. 

Miscellaneous  and  unforseen  expenses,  allowances  to  officiating  clergj' 
men   at   Permanent   Force   stations,   legal  expenses,   guards  of 
honour,  escorts  and  salutes,  etc.,  etc 


Customs  Dues. 

Customs  duty  on  imported  clothing  and  stores  including  materials 
for  the  manufacture  of  ammunition  at  the  Dominion  Arsenals. 

Depart.ment.al  Library. 

Purchase  of  books  of  reference  and  technical  works  for  the  Library. 

Dominion  Arsenal,  Lindsay. 

Wages  of  employees  and  all  expenses  in  connection  with  the  operation 
of  and  the  manufacture  of  small  arms  ammunition,  etc 


Dominion  Arsenal,  Quebec. 

Wages  of  employees  and  all  expenses  in  connection  with  the  operation 
of  and  the  manufacture  of  small  arms  ammunition,  etc 


Engineer  Seriices  and  Works. 


Ordinary  repairs  and  works.. 

Halifax  Defences 

Quebec  Defences 

Esquimalt  Defences 

Halifax  Pavements 

Quebec  Walls 

E,ifle  Ranges 


Grants  to  Assocations,  etc. 

Grants  to  Rifle  Associations,  Active  Militia  Bands,  Mihtary  In- 
titutes  and  Regimental  Associations  


Maintenance,  Military  Properties. 

Rent,  fuel,  light,  water  and  contingencies  in  connection  with  the 
maintenance  of  drill  halU,  armouries,  rifle  ranges,  etc.,  for  the 
Militia 


Ordnance,  Arms,  Lands,  etc. 

Purchase  of  small  arms,  inspection  of  ammunition  and  changes  in 
Howitzer  equipment.     Land  for  Rifle  Ranges,  etc 


Pay  or  Staff. 

Pay  and  Allowances  of  the  Staff  at  Headquarters  and  in  the  Military 
Districts 


Permanent  Force. 

Pay  and  allowances  and  subsistence  of  490  officers,  8.52  warrant  offi 
cers,  aV.iS  sergeants  and  sergeant)*  and  4,.')2.')  rank  and  file  of 
the  Permanent  Force,  which  force  is  being  used  mainly  for 
supplying  instructors  for,  and  the  administration  and  training  of 
the  .Active  Militia.  Forage  for  1,229  horses.  Purchase  of  500 
remounts.     Maintenance    of    incidentals 


S       cts. 


60,000  00 


50,000  00 


50,000  00 


1,000  00 


258,112  00 


532,512  00 


490,000  00 
50,000  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 
30,000  00 
50,000  00 
75,000  00 


705,000  00 


105,000  00 


200,000  00 


100,000  00 


345,600  00 


fl, .500, 000  00 


S       cts. 


25,000  00 


1,000  00 


425,000  00 
20,000  00 
20,000  00 
10,000  00 


475,000  00 
80,000  00 


175,000  00 


345,600^00 


0,071,986  00 


32 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


XII— MILITIA  AND  DEFENCE. 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
-Concluded. 


Details. 

1920-21 . 

•      1919-20- 

Printing  and  Stationekt. 

To  pay  the  King's  Printer  for  printing  and  stationer}'  required  for 
Militia  and  for  the  purchase  of  text  books,  etc.,  also  for  the  trans- 
lation into  French  of  ret'iilations  orders,  etc      

$       cts. 

70,000  00 
'254,819  00 

331,463  00 

150,000  00 

45,000  00 
30,000  00 

50,000  00 
100,000  00 

50,000  00 
100,000  00 

$       cts. 
70  000  00 

Royal  Military  College. 

2''0  000  00 

Salaries  and  Wages. 

For  pay  of  caretakers,  messengers,  boat  crews  at  Halifa.x,  engineers 
and  firemen  in  the  drill  halls,  and  all  other  civil  employees  in  the 

260,000  00 

Schools  of  Instruction. 

Pay  and  allowances  and  travelling  expenses  of  officers,  X.C.  officers 
and  men  of  the  Active  Militia,  undergoing  courses  of  instruction 
at  Permanent  Schools,  including  the  Roya  Military  College  and 
expenses   connected   with   Provisional   Schools   for   the  Active 
Militia 

TOPOGR.IPHIC   SUR^'EY. 

For  pay  of  men  temporarily  employed  on  this  work  and  all  contingent 
expenses  in  connection       

35  000  00 

Tr.uning  Are.\s. 
For  the  purchase  of  land  for  training  areas  in  the  various  Districts. . . 

Transport  and  Freight. 
Transport  and  travelling  expenses  of  staff     

35,000  00 

15  000  00 

TransDort  and  travelling  expenses  of  Permanent  Force 

10  000  00 

Railway  transport  of  officers  and  men  attending  Schools  of  Instruction 

W.iRLiKE  Stores. 

300,000  00 

163,500  00 
50,000  00 
20,000  00 

456,825  00 

25,000  00 

Medical        "      

General        "      

Less  the  amount  which  will  probably  not  be  required  owing  to  the 
fact  that  the  Active  Militia  will  likely  not  train  up  to  full  strength, 
and  to  the  slow  rate  of  enlistments  in  the  Permanent  Force 

690,325  00 
290,325  00 

400,000  00 

I 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


33 


SESSIONAL   PAPER   No.  3 

Xin— RAILWAYS   AND    CANALS— CHARGEABLE   TO,  CAPITAL. 

Amount  to  be  voted ." .  $29,246,695  00. 


No 

of 

Vote: 


Details. 


Re  vote. 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


114 


115 


R.\ILWATS. 

Canadian  Government  Railways. 

Construction  and  Betterments  (to  be  expended  under 
the  direction  of  and  upon  such  terms  and  conditions 
as  the  Governor  in  Council  may  from  time  to  time 
provide) 


5,036,005  00 


6,321,194  00 


Miscellaneous  Railway  Equipment. 

To  acquire  directly  or  indirectly,  or  to  assist  in 
acquiring  during  the  current  fiscal  year,  railway 
equipment  and  materials  for  the  purposes  and  upon 
the  terms  (save  as  herein  varied)  mentioned  in 
Chapter  38  of  the  Statutes  of  1918.  The  assistance 
herein  provided  may  be  by  way  of  advances  to  the 
Canadian  National  Rolling  Stock  Company  or  any 
company  comprised  in  the  Canadian  Northern 
Railway  or  by  way  of  equipment  or  materials 
acquired  by  the  Minister 


116 


117 


Hudson  Bay  Railway. 
Port  Nelson  Terminals. 


3,603,322  00 


70,000  00 


C.\NALS. 


Welland  Ship  Canal — Construction 

Trent  Canal — Construction  and  Betterments. 

Various  . 


16,925,501  00 


100,000  00 


5,500,000  00 
400, 000  00 


Appropriation  not  required  for  1920-21. 
Summary. 


Canadian  Government  Railways 

Miscellaneous  Railway  Equipment 

Hudson  Bay  Railway 

Welland  Ship  Canal 

Trent  Canal 

Various — {Appropriation  not  required  19iO-Sl). 


5,036,005  00 
3,603,322  00 
70, 000  00 


6,321,194  00 

16,925.501  00 

100,000  00 

5,500,000  00 

400,000  00 


11,121,681  00 


35,000,000  00 


100,000  00 


3.500,000  00 
1,000,000  00 


1,575,797  16 


11,121,681  00 

35,000,000  00 

100,000  00 

3,500,000  00 

1,000,000  00 

1,575,797  16 


Total. 


8,709,327  00 


29.346,695  00 


62,297.478  16 


3-3 


34  ESTIMATES,  1920-n 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

XIV— RAILWAYS  AND   CANALS— CHARGEABLE   TO   INCOME. 
Amount  to  be  voted $49,882,574  33. 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Details. 


Re  vote. 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 


127i 


C.4N.4LS. 


Chambly — Improvements 

Carillon  and  Grenville — Improvements. 

Lachine — Dredging .^ 

Soulanges — Improvements 

.St.  Anne's  Lock — Improvements 

Lake  St.  Francis — Protection  Works 

Ontario-St.  LawTence — Improvements.. 

Trent — Improvements 

Welland — Improvements 


MiSCELUXEOtrS. 


Arbitrations  and  Awards  and  costs  of  litigation 

Board  of  Railway  Commissioners  for  Canada — Main 
tenance  and  operation  of,  including  $800.00  for  Clyde 
Leavitt  as  Chief  Fire  Inspector 

Board  of  Railway  Commissioners  for  Canada — To  pay 
expenses  in  connection  with  cases  before  the  Board.. 

Contribution  to  International  Association  of  Railways 
Congress 

Commissioner  of  Highways — To  provide  for  the  or 
ganization  and  payment  of  staff  of  Commissioner 
of  Highways,  including  \.  \V.  Campbell,  C.E.,  as 
Commissioner  of  Highways  at  $5,000.00  per  annum 

Governor  General's  Cars:  Attendance,  Repairs  and 
Alterations 

Loan  not  exceeding  $48,611,077  repayable  on  demand 
with  interest  payable  half  yearly  at  the  rate  of  six 
per  centum  (fiCc):  to  be  used  to  meet  expenditures 
made  or  indebteciness  incurred  in  paying  deficits  in 
operation  or  interest  on  securities  in  excess  of  amount 
available  from  net  earnings,  or  paying  maturing 
loans  of  the  Canadian  Northern  Railway  Company 
or  any  Company  included  in  the  Canadian  Northern 
Railway  System,  and  for  construction  and  better- 
ments: said  loan  to  be  secured  by  mortgage  on  the 
undertaking  of  the  Canadian  Northern  Railway 
System,  containng  such  terms  and  conditions  as  the 
Governor  in  Council  may  approve 

Miscellaneous  works  not  provided  for 

Printing  and  Stationery — Outside  Service 

Suneys  and  Inspections — Canals,  including  salaries 
and  expenses  of  experts  employed  temporarily... 

Sur\-ey3  and  Inspections,  and  general  expenditures- 
Railways,  including  salaries  and  expenses  of  experts 
employed  temporarily 

To  provide  for  payment  of  expenses  in  connection  with 
the  acquisition  of  the  Grant  Trunk  and  associated 
Railway  Systems 

Appropriations  not  required  for  ISSO-St 


Authorized  by  Statute. 
Salaries  of  Board  of  Railway  Commissioners. 


SUMM.^HT. 


To  be  voted — Canals 

"         Miscellaneous. 
Authorized  by  Statute 


Total 


$       cts. 


17,000  00 


30,000  00 


7,500  00 
200.000  00 


$   cts. 


17,000  00 

13,100  00 

26,000  00 

30,000  00 

10,300  00 

2,500  00 

39.500  00 

377,000  00 

150.000  00 


40,000  00 

17,000  00 

25, 000  00 

152,000  00 


.54,000  00 
329,000  00 
175,000  00 


254,500  00 


665,400  00 


792,000  00 


2,000  00 


5,000  00 


2,000  00 

190,000  00 

5,000  00 

97  33 

25,000  00 
5,000  00 


20,000  00 

190. 150  00 

15,000  00 

97  33 

25,000  00 
5,000  OO 


2,000  00 


48,611,077  00 
2,000  00 
7,000  00 

70, 000  000 


100,000  00 
200,000  00 


9,000  00 


254,  SDO  00 
9,000  00 


203,500  00 


49,217,174  33 


58, 50O  00 


665,400  00 
49,217,174  33 
.58.500  00 


49,941,074  33 


35,000,000  00 
2.500  OO 
7,000  00 

40,000  00 
55,000  00 


50,000  00 
278, 746  83 


35,688,4»1  16 


55,000  00 


792.000  00 

35,688.494  16 

55,000  00 


36,535.494  16 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


35 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  3 

XV— PUBLIC   WORKS— CHARGEABLE   TO   CAPITAL. 
Amount  to  be  voted $6,400,000  00 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


128 


129 


PuBuc  Buildings. 

Ottawa  Parliament  Building — Restoration — The  plans 
for  the  said  building  and  the  method  to  be  adopted 
for  securing  the  reconstruction  thereof  to  be  subject 
to  the  approval  of  the  Joint  Committee  appointed  by 
the  Prime  Minister  and  the  Leader  of  the  Opposition 

Appropriations  not  required  for  19S0-il 


Harbours  and  Rivers. 


Esquimau.  B.C.,  New  Dry  Dock 

Port  Arthur  and  Fort  William — Harbour  and  river 
improvements 

Quebec  Harbour — Champlain  Dry  Dock — To  com- 
plete  

St.  John  Harbour — Improvements 

Toronto  Harbour — Improvements 

Toronto  Island — Breakwater — Protection 

Appropriations  not  re^juired  for  19S0-il 


SUMJLARY. 


Public  Buildings 

Harbours  and  Rivers. 


Revote. 


cts. 


450,000  00 
180,000  00 
67,000  00 


200,000  00 


897,000  00 


897,00000 


897,000  00 


1920-21 . 


2,000,000  00 


2,000,000  00 


500,000  00 
600, 000  00 

150,000  00 
1,2.50,000  00 
1,700,000  00 

200.000  00 


4,400,000  00 


2,000,000  00 
4,400,000  00 


6.400,000  00 


1919-20. 


2,000,000  00 
1,000,000  00 


3,000,000  00 


500, 000  00 

500,000  00 

207,000  00 

1,000.000  00 

700,000  00 

200.000  00 

94,800  00 


3,201,800  00 


3,000,000  OO 
3,281,800  Oa 


6,201,800  OOi 


3-31 


36  ESTIMATES,  1920-21 

10  GEORGE  V,  A.   1920 

XVI— PUBLIC   WORKS— CHARGEABLE   TO   INCOME. 
Amount  to  be  voted $11,129,035.00. 


No.  of 
Vote 


13{K 


131 


132 


133 


Details. 


Revote. 


Public  Buildings. 

.YoBO  Scotia. 


.\mherst— Drill  Hall— Grading,  paving,  etc 

Halifax— Dominion  Buildings— Improvements,  re- 
pairs, etc ■ 

Halifax  Quarantine  Station— Repairs  and  Improve- 
ments  -  •  ; 

Sydney  Quarantine  Station— Repairs  and  improve- 
ments  

Appropriation   not  required  for  19S0-21 


Xew  Brunswick. 

St.  John — Dominion  buildings— Improvements,  etc 
St.  John  Post  Office — Repairs  and  renewals  to  heating 

SVSt©!!! 

St.  John— Quarantine  Station  on  Partridge  Island- 
Rebuilding  detention  building  destroyed  by  fire. 
Appropriation  not  required  for  1320-31 


Prince  Edward  Island. 
Appropriation  not  required  for  19S0-S1 

Maritime  Provinces  Generally. 
Dominion  Public   buildings— Improvements,  repairs, 
etc 


Quebec. 


Dominion  Public   buildings,   Improvements,  repairs, 

Granby- IPublic   building.  Alterations  and   improve- 
ments  ■  ■ ■ 

Grosse  Isle  Quarantine  Station— New   buildings  and 


12,000  00 


3,000  00 
5,000  00 


20,000  00 


5,000  00 


5,000  00 


repairs 

Montreal— Dominion    buildings— Improvements,    re- 


pairs, etc 

Montreal  General  Post  Office— Improvements . . . 

Quebec— Reconstruction  of  store  building  on  Marine 

Wharf 

Appropriation  not  required  for  19S0-S1 


134^ 


Ontario. 


Dominion  Public  buildings— Improvements,   repairs 

etc 

Hamilton  Post  Office — Improvements 

Hamilton  . — Postal  Station  "B" ■  ■  ■ 

Kingston  R..M.C.— Covered  Drill  Hall— grading,  side- 
walks, etc ;  V,  "  ■>■ 

Kingston  R.M.C.— Enlargement  of  Educational  block 

Kingsville— Public  building 

Lindsay— Post  Office  fittings ■ 

Oshawa — New  Public  building ; 

Ottawa   Departmental    buildings— To  connect  with 

central  heating  plant 

Ottawa  Departmental  buildings— Fittings,  etc 

Ottawa— Printing    Kureau-Passenger   elevator    and 

additions  and  improvements  to  buildings 

Ottava— Post  Office  Improvements 


Carried  forward . 


6,500  00 
195,000  00 


32,000  DO 
5,500  00 


239,000  00 


2,500  00 
15,000  00 

3,500  00 
25,000  00 


2,000  00 


89,000  00 


137,000  00 


1920-21. 


$    cts. 

25^000  00 
7,000  00 
5,000  00 
5,000  00 


42,000  00 


7,000  00 
2,  .500  00 
9,000  00 


18,500  00 


25,000  00 


1919-20. 


$    cts. 

12,000  00 

7,000  00 

11,240  00 

5,000  00 
21,500  00 


56,740  00 


5,000  00 


34.000  00 
15.950  00 


54,950  00 


2,000  00 


25,000  00 


25,000  00 

18,000  00 

200,000  00 

30,000  00 
32,000  00 

9,000  00 


314,000  00 


35.000  00 

8.000  00 

25,000  00 

3,500  00 
265.000  00 
1,700  00 
2,000  00 
5,000  00 

11.000  00 
100,000  00 

89,000  00 
9.000  00 


554,200  00 


35,000  00 

6,500  00 

400,000  00 

30,000  00 
46,000  00 

15.000  00 
676.659  76 


1,209,159  76 


35,000  00 

2,500  00 

35.000  00 

7,. 500  00 
150,000  00 


23.000  00 

34,000  00 
75,000  00 

89,000  00 
6,000  00 


457,000  00 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


37 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  3 

XVI— PUBLIC   WORKS— CHARGEABLE   TO   IN  COME— Continued. 


No.  of 

Vote. 


Details. 


Revote. 


1920-21. 


1919-20. 


Public  Buildings — Continued. 
Brought  forward 


134^ 


Ontario — Con. 

Ottawa — Royal  Mint — To  install  an  underground  ser- 
vice for  auxiliary  electric  power  between  the 
Printing  Bureau  and  the  Mint 

Ottawa — Royal  Mint,  two  additional  coining  presses. 

Sault  Ste.  Marie — Public  building — Repairs  and  im 
provements 

St.  Thomas — Public  building — Improvements 

Toronto  Dominion  buildings — Improvements,  re- 
pairs, etc 

Toronto — Postal  Station  "A" — 

To  complete 

Walkerton — Rural  Mail  Shelter 

,  Appropriation  not  required  for  I9S0-S1 


135 


136 


137 


138' 


Manitoba. 

Dominion  Public  [buildings — Improvements,  repairs, 

etc 

Portage  la  Prairie— Enlargement  and  improvement  of 
public  building 

Winnipeg  Dominion  buildings — Improvements,  re- 
pairs, etc 

Winnipeg  Immigration    buildings — Improvements. 

Winnipeg — Postal  Station  "A" — Improvements  — 

Appropriation  not  required  for  1920-21 


Saskatcheican . 

Dominion  Public   buildings — Improvements,  repairs, 
etc 

Humboldt,  Government  share  of  cost  of  local  improve- 
ments  

Indian  Head — Forestry  Branch  Dept.  of  Interior- 
Buildings r 

Lloydminster — Government's  share  of  cost  of  side- 
walk.s 

Regina — .iterations  and  fittings  for  ofHce  of  Assistant 
Receiver  General 

Appropriation  not  required  for  1920-21 


Alberta. 

Athabaska — Public  building — Repairs 

Calgary  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements,  repairs, 

etc 

Coutts-|-Immigration  building — Improvements 

Dominion  Public  Buildings — Improvements,  repairs, 

etc 

Appropriations  not  required  for  1920-21 


British  Columbia. 

Dominion  Public  Buildings — Improvements,  repairs 
etc 

Kamloops — New  Public  Building 

Vancouver  Dominion  Buildings — Improvements,  re- 
pairs, etc 

Williams  Head  Quarantine  Station — Land — including 
interest  at  5%  from  date  of  expropriation 


Carried  forward 


cts 


137,000  00 


4,800  00 
4,000  00 


25.5,000  00 
1,200  00 


554,200  00 


4,000  00 
12,000  00 

7,500  00 
5,000  00 

25,000  00 

425,000  00 
1,250  00 


S         cts. 
457,000  00 


4,800  00 

4,000  00 

21,000  00 

635,000  00 

1,200  00 

1,522,162  25 


402,000  00 


1,033,950  00 


2,645,162  25 


25,000  00 


9,500  00 


17,000  00 

30,000  00 

20,000  00 

3,000  00 

24,000  00 


18,000  00 
25,000  00 

29,000  00 
3.000  00 

10,500  00 
5,000  00 


34,500  00 


94,000  00 


90,500  00 


17,000  00 
950  00 

12,000  00 
1,000  00 
2,000  00 


15,000  00 
17,000  00 


4,900  00 
14,600  00 


32,950  00 


51,500  00 


1.000  00 

4,000  00 
2,500  00 

15,000  00 


3,000  00 


15,000  00 
114,8.54  92 


22,500  00 


132,854  92 


4,900  00 


4,600  00 


14,000  00 
25,000  00 

10,000  00 

10,000  00 


17,000  00 
20,000  00 

7,000  00 

4,600  OC 


9,500  00 


59,000  00 


48,6  0    () 


38 


ESTIMATES,  1920-21 


10  GEORGE  V,  A.  1920 
XVI— PUBLIC   WORKS— CHARGEABLE   TO   INCOME— Con?mzterf. 


Details. 


Re  vote. 


1920-21 . 


1919-20. 


Public  Buildinqs — Continued. 


Brought  forward . 


138 


British  Columbia — Con. 
Williams    Head    Quarantine    Station — Repairs    and 
improvements  to  existing  buildings,  fittings,  etc... 
Appropriations  not  required  for  1920-21 


9,500  00 


10,000  00 


$         cts. 
59,000  GO 

20,000  00 


139 


Generally. 

Experimental  Farms — New  buildings  and  improve- 
ments, renewals  and  repairs,  etc.,  in  connection 
with  existing  buildings,  fittings,  etc. 

Flags  for  Dominion  Public  Buildings 

Dominion  Public  Buildings — Generally 

Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police  Buildings    


19,500  00 


79,000  00 


■140 


Rents,  repairs,  furniture,  heating,  etc. 

Ottawa  Public  Buildings:^ 

Dominion    Observatory    and    Geodetic    Survey 

Building — Maintenance  of  grounds,  etc 

Elevator  Attendants 

Lighting  including  roads  and  bridges ; . . . . 

Heating,  including  salaries  of  engineers,  firemen 

and  watchmen 

Departments    Generally — Care   and    cleaning   of 

Departmental  Buildings,  including  amount  of 

$100.  to  E.  Snowdon  for  firing  noon  gun 

Repairs,    furniture,    grounds,    snow    and    street 

maintenance,  etc 

Rideau  Hall  (including  grounds)  improvements, 

furniture,  maintenance,  etc 

Rideau  HaU — Allowance  for  fuel  and  light 

Telephone  Service 

Dominion  Public  Buildings: — 

Dominion  Immigration  Buildings — Repairs,  fur- 
niture, etc 

Dominion   Quarantine   Station — Maintenance.. 

Fittings  and  general  supplies  and  furniture 

Heating 

Lighting ^ 

Power    for    running    elevators,    stamp-cancelling 

machines,  etc 

Rents 

Salaries  of  caretakers,  engineers,  firemen,  etc 

Supplies  for  caretakers,  etc 

Water 

Yukon    Public    Buildings — Rents,    repairs,    fuel. 

light,  water  ser%'ice  and  caretakers'  salaries 
Victoria,  B.C.  Astrophysical  Observatory  (Little 

Saanich  Mountain)  Maintenance,  repairs,  etc 


14  H 


Hakbours  and  Rivers. 

A  ova  Scotia. 

Arisaig — Repairs  to  wharf 

Battery  Point — Repairs  to  breakwater 

Boisdale — Wharf 

Bayfield — Repairs  to  breakwater 

Cow  Bay  (Port  Morion) — Repairs  to  breakwater. 

D'Escousso — Repairs  to  wharf 

Devil's  Island — Repairs  to  breakwater 

Digby — Repairs  to  pier 


200,000  00 

5,000  00 

30,000  00 

500,000  00 


735,000  00 


5,000  00 
68,000  00 
90,000  00 

340,000  00 


400,000  00 

450,000  00 

50,000  00 
17,000  00 
68,500  00 


15,000  00 
5,000  00 

75.000  00 
375,000  00 
190,000  00 

90,000  00 

,070,000  00 

625,000  00 

30,000  00 

60,000  00 

40,000  00 

3,000  00 


4,066,500  00 


1,800  00 


6,000  00 

ioiooo  66 


1,500  00 
1,000  00 
2,600  00 
1,200  00 
6.000  00 
720  00 
13.300  00 
5.000  00 


Carried  forward . 


17,800  00 


31,320  00 


S    cts. 
48,600  00 


20,000  00 
85.875  60 


154.475  60 


150.000  00 

5.000  00 

30,000  00 


185,000  00 


3,000  00 
55.000  00 
65,000  00 

250,000  00