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SESSIONAL  PAPERS 


VOLUME  1— PART  2 


FOURTH  SESSION  OF  THE  FOURTEENTH  PARLIAMENT 


OF  THE 


DOMINION  OF  CANADA 


SESSION  1925 


VOLUME  LXI 


15-16  George  V       Alphabetical  Index  of  Sessional  Papers 


A.  1925 


ALPHABETICAL  INDEX 

TO  THE 

SESSIONAL   PAPERS 

OF  THE 

PARLIAMENT  OF  CANADA 


FOURTH  SESSION,  FOURTEENTH   PARLIAMENT,   1925 


A 

Administrator  for  Province  Manitoba. .     134 

Agriculture  Department — Annual  Report, 
1923-24 16 

Agricultural  Credit — Supplementary  Re- 
port of  H.  M.  Tory 152 

Amalgamation  Bank  of  Commerce  and 
Bank  of  Hamilton 263 

American        branch        factories — Corre- 
spondence      117 

Auditor  General: — 
Annual  Report,  1923-24. .........         1 

Correspondence   with   acting   Minister 
Finance 108,    252 

Aviation,  Civil — Report  on 186 

B 

Bonds  and  securities  registered,  Secretary 

of  State 83 

Boots  and  shoes — Sales,  imports,  exports.     118 
Borden,  Col.  A.  H. — Pay  and  allowances 

of 270 

Boudreau,  Mde.  P.  F.,  Inkerman,  N.B. — 

Dismissal 177 

Breweries,  etc. — Licenses  granted  to..    .     132 
Bridge  River  Power  Co.  Ltd. — License 

to    export    electricity..     ..154a,    154b,     154c 
British  Empire   Exhibition,  Wembley — 

Report  of  Canadian  Commissioners. .     166 
British  Oriental  Grain  Co. — Acquisition 

of  elevator 165 

Brothers,  0.  F. — Employment  of Ill 

By-Elections  held  1924— Report 34a 

Butter  and  cheese — Federal  grading  of.     159 

C 

"Canada  Is  Coming  Through  "—News- 
papers publishing 138 

Canadian  Government  Merchant  Marine: — 

Annual  Report,  1924 190 

Offers  of  purchase  of  steamers 208 

Canadian  Pacific  Railway: — 

Grain   hauled   to    Fort   William,,    etc. 

1924 123 

Lands  sold  year  ended  September  30, 

1924 , 69 

Maximum  grades  certain  engine  runs.    213 
Canadian      National      Flag — Order      in 

Council 260,    260a 

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Canadian   National    Railway : — 

Annual  Report,  calendar  year  1924..  161 
Branch  lines — work  and  expenditures, 

1924 82 

Colonization   Department — Data..    ..  121 

Debt,  revenue,  to  March  31,  1925..   .  257 
Grain   hauled   to   Fort   William,   etc., 

1924. 153 

Industries    (200    odd)    established    on 

railway  Fort  William  eastward. .    . .  180 

Maximum  grades  certain  engine  runs.  213 
Medical  advisers  to  employees,  Riviere 

du  Loup 216 

Offices,  Sudbury,  Ont.— Rental  of..    .  128 

Water  supply,  Action  Vale 130 

Canning   machinery- — Importations   of..  249 

Canteen  funds — Correspondence,  etc..   . 

126  to  126/ 

Carillon  power  project — Correspondence, 

etc 154,  154d,  154e 

Cattle  shipments  on  Canadian  Govern- 
ment ships 144 

Chief  Electoral  Officer: — 

Report  on  By-E'lections 34a 

Report  under  Dominion  Elections  Act.  34 

Report  under  Representation  Act..   .  34c 

Civil  Service: — 

Cost  certain  departments,  1923-24. .    .  172 

Insurance — Statement,  1923-24 54 

No.  eligible  Superannuation  Act,  1924.  224 
No.    employees    accordance   classifica- 
tion schedules 196 

No.  permanent  employees,  1917-1923.  193 
Non-residents  appointed  in  Toronto . .  184 
Personnel  and  salaries — Statement..  .  129 
Retirements,  Public  Service  Act..  ..  102 
Superannuation  and  Retiring  Allow- 
ances, 1924 53 

Technical    appointments,    1911-1922..  169 

Civil      Service      Act,      1918 — Positions 

excluded  from  operation  of 114 

Civil  Service  Commission: — 

Annual  Report,  1924 24 

Positions  removed  from   control  of..  114 

Coal  combine  Winnipeg,  etc. — Report  of 

Commissioner 140 

Coal      leases      Drumheller,      Rosedale, 

Wayne  fields 205 


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A.  1925 


Coal  supplies  Military  District  No.  10 — 
Investigation  into 236  to    236c 

Cold  Storage  Act — Orders  and  regula- 
tions under 39 

Combine  in  fruits  and  vegetables: — 

Correspondence,  etc 95a 

Report  of  Mr.  L.  Duncan 95 

Commissions: — 
Appointed  by  Borden   Government..     148 
Appointed  by  Laurier  Government..     149 
Appointed  by  Meighen  Government.     150 
Appointed  by  present  Governmentt. .  . 

143,     158 
Appointed   Nov.    1,   1911   to   Dec,   31, 

1921 158a 

Grain  Inquiry 35,      35a 

Grain  trade  (last  14) 173 

Conventions: — 
Canada   and    The    Netherlands — Con- 
vention of  Commerce 86 

Canada   and  United  States — re  extra- 
dition of  offenders  narcotic  traffic.       93 
Canada  and  United  States — re  regula- 
tion level  Lake  of  the  Woods 98 

Copyright  Act — Amendment  to  rules  and 
forms 46 

Covenant  and  Protocol,  League  of 
Nations,  1924 116 

Criminal  Code — Rules  (Quebec)  re 
appeals  against  convictions 49 

Crowsnest  Pass  rates: — 
Date   restored;    articles   affected..    ..     100a 
Judgment  Supreme  Court  of  Canada.     100 

Customs  and  Excise — Annual  Report, 
1923-24 3 

Customs  and  Excise  Examiner,  St. 
Leonard,  N.B 250 

Customs  Inspectors) — Visits  to  Toronto, 
etc.,  1923-24 182 

Customs  Port,  Drumheller,  Alta 231 

D 

Dartmouth  Pier,  N.S. — Acquisition  of 
site,  etc 202 

Davison,  J.  M. — Payments  for  legal 
work 245 

Destructive  Insect  and  Pest  Act — Regu- 
lations under 38,      38a 

Disablement  Fund — Data  re..    . .  126  to    126/ 

Dominion  Elections  Act — Report  Chief 
Electoral  Officer 34 

Dominion  Forest  Reserves  and  Parks 
Act — Orders  in  Council  re 66 

Dominion  lands — 40  mile  railway  belt, 
B.C. — Orders  in  Council  re 68 

Dominion  lands  in  railway  belt — Regu- 
lations re 76 

Dominion  lands — Leases,  licenses,  permits 
cancelled 70,      70a 

Dominion  Statistician — Annual  Report, 
1923-24 10 

Dorchester  Penitentiary  supplies 167 

Duty  paid  by  American  railway  com- 
panies for  rolling  stock  used  in 
Canada 96 


Earthquake,     1925— Preliminary     report 
on ..     139 

Elections,  by,  held  1924— Report 34a 

Electrical  energy — Export  of 154  to  154e 

Elevator,  Halifax — Contracts  and  speci- 
fications       242 

Elevator  No.  1,  Vancouver — Statement 

of  Auditors 228 

Elevator  No.  3,  Vancouver — Acquisition 

by  British  Oriental  Grain  Co 165 

Elevators,   grain,   owned  by   Dominion, 

etc 248 

Embargo  against  Canadian  potatoes 142 

Empire  Settlement  scheme — Regulations 

re 90 

Estimates: — 

Main,  1925-26 85 

Supplementary,   1925-26 85a,  85c 

Supplementary,  further,  1924-25 85b 

Excise  Act — Provisions  of  section  199. .     110 
Experimental  Farms,  Dominion — Report 

of  Director,  1923-24 37 

External  Affairs  Department: — 

Annual  Report,  1923-24 25 

Number  clerks,  salaries 255 


Finland    trade    agreement — Correspond- 
ence      209 

Forsythe,    L.    A. — Payments    for    legal 
work 245 

Freight     rates     equalization — Order     in 
Council 226 

Fruit  and  Vegetable  combine. — 

Correspondence,  etc 95a 

Report  of  Mr.  L.  Duncan 95 


Gazette,  The,  Montreal — Payments  to..  185 
Gonthier-Robb  correspondence..  ..108,  252 
Governor  General's  warrants — Statement 

of 51 

Grain  Commissioners,  Board — Rules  and 

regulations  of 44 

Grain  elevators  owned  by  Dominion,  etc    248 
Grain  Inquiry  Commission,  Royal: — 
Proceedings,  evidence,  documents. .   ..      35a 

Report  of  Commission 35 

Grain  research  in  Canada — Reports  and 

Memoranda 238 

Grenon,  V. — Lease  to  Lower  French  In- 
dian Reserve 197 

H 

4 

Halibut  on  Pacific — Correspondence  re 
close  season 1791 

Harbour  improvements — Expenditures 
by  Dominion 133 

Harbours,  etc.,  Government — Tolls  col- 
lected       105 

Hay,  straw,  etc. — Shipments  from  Cale- 
donia, etc 127 

Health  Department — Annual  Report, 
1923-24 1& 

Highways,  Commissioner  of — Annual 
Report,  1923-24 81 

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A.  1925 


Historic  sites,  etc.: — 

Maritime  Provinces 223 

Niagara  District 88 

Quebec  Province 223 

Hog  graders  in  employ  Dept.  Agriculture  259 
Hutchinson,  J.  H. — Application  for  ferry 

license 113 

I 

Illicit  stills — seizures  of 110 

Immigration  Act — Permits  for  entry  un- 
der section  4 119 

Immigration  and  Colonization — Annual 
Report,  1923-24 13 

Imperial  Shipping  Committee: — 
Correspondence,   etc.,  re   ocean  rates, 

107,  107d,  107e,  107/ 

Interim  Report  on  Canadian  Marine 
Insurance  rates 217 

Imports  and  exports  United  States  last 
five  years 87 

Imports,  apples,  onions,  etc.,  1923-24 .    . .     160 

Importation  from  England  and  United 
States  of  shoes,  etc 227 

Importations  of  various  farm  products. .     131 

Income  tax  offices — No.,  situation  collec- 
tions      125 

Indians — Regulations  re 78 

Indian  Act: — 

Enfranchisements  under 74 

Land  sales  cancelled  under 73 

Indian  Affairs-— Annual  Report,  1923-24.       14 

Indian  Landis — Remissions  on  sales  of . .       79 

Industrial  Disputes  Investigation  Act — 
Constitutionali  validity  of 122 

Industries  established  on  C.N.R.,  Fort 
William  eastward 180 

Insurance  companies  in  Canada: 
Abstract  of  Statements  of,  1924..    ..       56a 
Report  of  Superintendent,  1923 56 

Insurance  on  Government  property, 
Vancouver, .  .    ..     195 

Interior  Department — Annual  Report, 
1923-24 12 

Internal  Economy,  House  of  Com- 
mons—Report of  Commissioners,  1924      92 

Intoxicants  taken  into  N.W.Ts.  under 
permit 72 

Irrigation  Act — Regulations  under. ...       75 

J 

Juvenile  offenders  detained  in  peniten- 
tiaries      264 

K 

Keno     City,     Y.T.— Survey     and     plan 

townsite 178 

Kootenay  Flats,  B.C.— Reclamation  of.     247 
L 

Labour  Department — Annual  Report, 
1923-24 26 

Lake  of  the  Woods  level — Convention 
re 98 

Land  transferred  to  Province  of  On- 
tario and  Quebec 246 

League  of  Nations  (5th  Assembly) : — 
Convention  and  Protocol 116 


Journals  of  Assembly 116b 

Report  of  Canadian  Delegates 116a 

Library  of  Parliament — Report  for  1924.      36 
Licenses  granted  to  breweries,  etc . .    . .  132 
Licenses  granted  to  individuals  to  manu- 
facture beer. 132 

Liquor  seizures  premises  L.  Matthews..  200 
Liquor  seizures   premises   N.   M.   Mac- 
Donald 201 

Loan  and  Trust  Companies — Annual  Re- 
port, 1923 .. 63 

Locomotives,  etc.  purchased  in  Canada 
by  American  railway  companies. ...       96 

M 

Mail    service   between   Adamsville   and 
Beersville,  N.B 203 

Manitoba  Pulp  and  Paper  Co.,  Ltd. — 
Agreement  with  Government 256 

Marine  and  Fisheries: — 

Annual  Report  (Fisheries)  1923-24 

Annual  Report  (Marine)  1923-24..   .. 

Migratory  Birds  Convention  Act — Orders 
in  Council  re 67, 

Militia  (See  National  Defence) 

Militia   Service — Annual   Report,  1923— 
24 

Military  District  No.  10  coal  supplies.. 

236  to  236c 

Mine  workers  of  Nova  Scotia — Condi- 
tions of 255 

Mines      Department — Annual      Report. 
1923-24 

Miscellaneous     Unforeseen     Expenses — 
Statement  of 

Morrisburg  Dam — Generation  of  power 
at 

Motor  cars  purchased  by  Government. 

266, 


29 
28 

67a 


17 


15 
52 


115 


266a 


Mc 


MacDonald,  E.  W.,  Halifax — Appoint- 
ment of 262 

MacNeil,  C.  G. — Payments  to  by  Gov- 
ernment       126e 

McDonald,  J. — Appointment  of 253 

McGibbon,  Dr.  P. — Correspondence  of 
with  C.  G.  M.  M.  Ltd 192 

McLean,  Hon.  A.  J. — Lease  to  on  Peigan 
Indian  Reserves 218 

McMurray,  Hon.  E.  J.,  M.P. — Resigna- 
tion as  Solicitor  General 215 

McQuarrie,  J.  A.,  Doctor's  Brook,  N.S. — 
Dismissal 109 

N 
Narcotic  drug  traffic — Convention,  Can- 
ada-United  States.. ..       93 

National      Battlefields'      Commission — 

Financial   statement    1923-24 57 

National    Gallery    of    Canada — Annual 

Report,  1923-24 47 

National  Defence : — 
Appointments,      promotions,      retire- 
ments       42 

General   Orders 41 

Headquarters  staff,  Ottawa,  and  mili- 
tary districts — Retirements,  etc..    .     232 


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A.  1925 


Imperial  Force   officers   employed  by 
Department 285 

Militia  Orders 43 

Militia       Service — Annual        Report, 
1923-24 '..       17 

Military    District    commanders — Data 
re 233 

Permanent  Force — Data  as  to  strength, 
pay,  etc 267,  268,    269 

Report  on  Civil  Aviation 186 

Training  camps  for  militia,  1925..    ..     235 
National     Parks — Wainwright,     Jasper, 

Fort  Smith— Data 162 

Naval  Service: — 

Annual  Report,  1923-24 17a 

Orders  in  Council  re 40  to      40c 

Netherlands      and      Colonies — Imports 

from 210 

Nipissing    Central     Railway     extension 

into  Rouyn 206,206a,    206b 

North    Atlantic    Steamship    combine — 

Report  of  W.  T.  R.  Preston.. 45 

Northwest     Territories     and     Rupert's 

Land — Acquisition      by      Dominion . .     244 

O 

Ocean  rates: — 

Correspondence  re 107  to    107a 

Report  of  W.  T.  R.  Preston 45 

Ocean   Rates}  Committee — Expenses  in- 
curred by 258,    258a 

Officials     Yukon     Territory — .exemption 
re  income  tax 254 

Ottawa       Improvement       Commission — 
Annual  Report,  1923-24 91 

Overrulings      by      Treasury       Board — 
Statement  of 51 

P 

Pas    Mineral    Beit — Income    from    gold 

claims 175 

Passenger  train  traffic- — Data 101 

Patent    Commissioner — Annual    Report, 

1923-24  9 

Peace  River 'Block,"  B.C.— Data 204 

Penitentiary   employees — Data 251 

Penitentiaries — Annual   Report,   1923-24.      20 
Penitentiaries — Appointment   of   Inspec- 
tor of 2<52 

Pension     Commissioners,     Board     of — 

Annual  Report,  1923-24. ..       81 

Petroleum,  crude,  production  Lamb  ton. 

Co 1S7 

Pier,  Grand  Etang,  N.S. — Repairs..    ..     108 
Pork — Importations  from  United  States.     146 
Post  Office,  Despres  Village,  N.B. — Re- 
opening of 164 

Post   Office   property    (old)    Vancouver, 

B.C 222 

Post   Office   Savings  Banks  regulations.      48 
Postal     revenue     derived     from     news- 
papers       163 

Postmaster,    Big    Beach,    N.S. — Change 

of 207 

Postmaster,  Glace  Bay,  N.S. — Appoint- 
ment      211 


Postmaster,  St.  Ignace,  NJB. — Appoint- 
ment      221 

Potato      combine,      NJ3. — Report      of 

Registrar 229 

Potato    embargo    imposed    by    British 

Government 142 

Prenter,  Sam' — Resignation  from  Van- 
couver Harbour  Commission 147 

Preston,   W.  T.   R.— Payments  to..    ..     258 
Printing   done   outside   Printing  Bureau.    243 
Proprietary   or  Patent   Medicine    Act — 

Regulations  under 80 

Protocol  re  levels  of  Rainy  River,  etc.      98 
Public  Accounts  of  Canada — Annual  Re- 
port, 1923-24 2 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery — An- 
nual Report,  1923-24 ~.    ..    ..       27 

Public  Service  Retirement  Act — Report.    102 
Public  works  at   various  places — cost..     170 
Public  "Works  Department — Annual  Re- 
port, 1923-24 31 

Pulpwood  Comission,  Royal— Evidence 
of  G.  C.  Piche  and  others  from  Que- 
bec      1HG 


Quebec       riots — Report       of       Colonel 
Machin 214,    214a 

Quebec   Harbour   Commission : — 
Advances  to  and  Report  of  Auditors.     188 
Details  of  contra  account  against  Do- 
minion Government 194 


Radiotelegraph     Act — Regulations     and 

amendments 103  to     103c 

Railway  Commissioners,  Board  of — An- 
nual Report,  1924 33 

Railways    and   Canals — Annual    Report, 
1923-24 32 

Rainy    Lake,    etc. — Protocol    re   regula- 
tion of  levels 98 

Reclamation  Act: — 

Regulations  under 77 

Report  under  section  7 71 

Remissions     and     refunds     of     customs 
duties,  etc 120 

Representation    Act — 'Report    of    Chief 
Electoral  Officer 34c 

Restagouche-Maidawaska    electoral    dis- 
trict : — 

Amounts  voted  for 145 

Persons     from,     appointed     to    Civil 
Service 135 

Returned      Soldiers'     Insurance — State- 
ment         55 

Revenue  collected  from.  Toronto 174 

Revenue     of     Canada     from     various 
sources 151,     151a 

Rhineland     Security     Pact     proposals — 
Communications 271 

Rhodes,  Hon.  E.  N. — Payments  to..    ..     237 

Robichaud,  A.  E.,  Lameque,  N.B. — Dis- 
missal       220 

Royal   Canadian   Mounted   Police — An- 
nual Report 21 


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A.  1925 


Royal     Society     of     Canada — Financial 

statement 58 

Rural    mail   routes  established    1924-25.     155 
Ryan,  "  Red  " — Non-infliction  of  lashes 
on 141 

St 

St.  John  and  Quebec  Railway — Acquisi- 
tion by  Dominion. 171 

St.  Lawrence  Waterway  project — Cor- 
respondence, Canada  and  United 
States 191,    191a 

S 

Sales   tax   rebates— Claims  for 97 

Scientific  and  Industrial  Research 
Council— Report  and  Financial  state- 
ment       106 

Scribe    Hotel,    Paris— Lease    made    by 

holding  company 235 

Secretary     of     State— Annual     Report, 

1923-24 22 

Shareholders,  Canadian  chartered  banks.  59 
Shareholders,  Quebec  savings  banks..  .  61 
Shipping    (Navigation   and   Shipping)— 

Annual  Report,  1923-24 4 

Ships  given   clearance  papers  to  Cuba, 

etc 132 

Ships  sold  by  the  Government 157 

Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment: — 
Annual  Report  of  Department,  1924.       18 
Leather     goods     used     by     medical 

branch,  Edmonton 239 

Regulations  under  Act,   1919 94 

Soldiers,  returned,  in  penitentiaries..    ..     261 

Soldier  settlers  Manitoba — Data 189 

Soldier   settlement — Outlay    on   account 

of 168 

Soldier   Settlement    Act,    1919— Regula- 
tions for  settlement  British  migrants.      90 
Soldier  Settlement  Board: — 

Amendment  to  regulations  of 89 

Annual  Report,  1923-24 50 

Data  re  operations  of  since  inception.    240 
Spillers  interests — Acquisition  of  water- 
front property,  Vancouver 176 

Steamships  clearing  for  ports  outside  of 

Canada 181 

Sudburv  Star  building — Rental  of  offices 

to  C.N.R 128 

Sugar,  raw — Drawbacks  of  duties  on . .   .     124 
Sugar,    raw    and    refined — Importations, 
duties 124a 


Superannuation     and     Retiring     Allow- 
ances, Civil  Service,  1924 53 

Symington,  H.  J.,  K.C. — Payments  to..     258 

T 

Telegraph  offices,  Government — Revenue 

and  expenditure 112 

The  Veteran — Payments  to 126d 

Trade    and    Commerce     Department — 

Annual  Report,  1923-24 5 

Trade  Commissioners,   etc.  Canada  has 

in  United  States 87 

Trade  Commissioners,  etc.  United  States 

has  in  Canada 87 

Trade  of  Canada  (Imports  and  Exports) 

-^Annual  Report,  1923-24 6 

Training  camps  for  militia,  1925 235 

Translators     in      Government     service, 

Ottawa 230 

Treaty,    Canada-United    States,    further 

demarcation  boundary  line 99 

Treaties   and   Conventions   in   existence 

and   operative    affecting  Canada..    ..       87 
Treaties    of    Peace — Orders    in    Council 

giving  effect  to 64 

Trenton     Wharf — Correspondence     re..     137 

U 

Unclaimed  balances,  etc: — 

Canadian  chartered  banks 60 

Quebec  Savings  banks 62 

Unemployment     relief — Correspondence, 

expenditures,  etc 183,  183a,     1836 

V 

Veteran,  The — Payments  to 126d 

Victoria     Bridge,     Montreal — Operation 
of  street  cars  over 212 

W 

Waterfront    property,    Vancouver — Pur- 
chase   by    Harbour    Commissioners..     156 
Waterfront  property,  Vancouver — Lease 

by  Spillers  interests 176 

Weights,     Measures,     Electricity,     Gas 
Services — Annual  Report,  1923-24..    .         8 

Wharf,  Lockeport,   N.S.— Data 219 

Wharf,    Matane,   P.Q. — Contracts,   etc..     241 
Wharves,  piers,  breakwaters — Leases  of.     104 
Winch    Building,    Vancouver — Purchase 
of 222a 


15-16  George  V  List  of  Sessional  Papers  A.  1925 


LIST  OF  SESSIONAL  PAPERS 

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


CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  1 

(This  volume  is  bound  in  two  parts). 

1.  Report   of  the  Auditor  General   for   the  year   ended   March  31,   1924,— Vol.   I,  Parts 

",a"  to  "d"  and  Volume  II,  Parts  A  to  N;  Volume  III,  Parts  O  to  ZZ.    Presented 
February  16,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  2 

2.  Public   Accounts   of   Canada   for   the   fiscal   year   ended   March   31,    1924.     Presented 

February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

3.  Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs   and  Excise,  containing  accounts  of  revenue 

with  statements  relative  to  the  Imports,  Exports,  and  Excise  of  the  Dominion  of 
Canada,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1924.     Presented  April  1,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

4.  Shipping  Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise,  containing  the  Statements 

of  Navigation  and  shipping  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  the  fiscal  year  ended 
March  31,  1924.     Not  presented.     Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

5.  Thirty-second  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce,  for  the 

fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1924.  Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

6.  See  Volume  3. 

8.  Annual  Report  of  the  Weights  and  Measures,  Electricity  and  Gas  Inspection  Services 

of  the  Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31, 
1924.     Presented  February  9;  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers.. 

9.  Report  of  the  Commissioner  of  Patents  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1924. 

Presented  February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

10.    Annual   Report   of  the   Dominion  Statistician,   for  the   fiscal   year   ended   March   31, 
1924.    Presented  March  19,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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

31,  1924.     Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

13.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Immigration   and  Colonization,  for  the  fiscal 

year  ended  March  31,  1924.     Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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

1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

15.  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Mines  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1924. 

Presented  February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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6.    Annual   Report   of   the   Trade   of  Canada    ('Imports   for  Consumption  and   Exports), 
for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1924.     Not  presented. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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16.  Report  of  the  Minister  of  Agriculture  for  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  for  the  year 

ended  March  31,  1924.     Presented  February  9,   1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

17.  Report  of  the  Department  of  National  Defence,  for  the  fiscal  year   ending  March 

31,  1924-JMilitia  Service.     Presented  February  11,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

17a.    Report  of  the  Department  of  National  Defence,  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March 
31,  1924— Nava'l  Service.     Presented  February  11,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

18.  Report  of  the  work  of  the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re^establishment,  for  the 

year  ending  December  31,  1924.     Presented  February   16,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

19.  Report   of   the  Department   of  Health,   for   the  fiscal   year   ended   March   31,   1924. 

Presented  February  10,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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

1924.    Presented  March  12,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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

1924.    Presented  February  18,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

22.  Report   of  the  Secretary   of  State   of  Canada,  for  the  year  ended   March  31,   1924. 

Presented  February  11,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

24.  Sixteenth  Annual  Report  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  of  Canada  for  the  year 

ended  December  31,  1924.     Presented   May  28,   1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

25.  Report  of  the  Secretary  of  State  for  External  Affairs  for  the  year  ended  March  31, 

1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

26.  Report   of   the   Department    of   Labour   for    the   fiscal   year   ended    March   31,    1924. 

Presented  February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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

year  ended  March  31,  1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

28.  Fifty-seventh  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  for  the 

year  1923-24-^Marine.     Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

29.  Fifty-seventh  Annual  Report  of  the  Fisheries  Branch  of  the  Department  of  Marine 

and  Fisheries,  for  the  year  1923-24.     Presented  February  13,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

30.  Report  of  the  Postmaster  General  for  the  year  ended   March  31,   1924.     Presented 

February   9,    1925 Printed   for   distribution   and   sessional   papers. 

31.  Report   of  the   Minister  of  Public  Works  on   the  works  under  his   control,   for  the 

fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1924.     Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

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

April  1,  1923,  to  March  31,  1924.     Presented  February  10,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

33.  Twentieth  Annual  Report  of  the  Board  of  Railway  Commissioners  for  Canada,  for 

the  year  ended  December  31,  1924.    Presented  (manuscript)  March  9,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

34.  Report  of  the  Chief  Electoral  Officer  for  1924,  pursuant  to  section  74  of  the  Dominion 

Elections  Act.    Presented  February  5,  1925 Not  printed. 

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34a.  Report  on  By-Elections  for  the  House  of  Commons  of  Canada,  held  during  the  year 
1924.    Presented  February  5,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  and  sessional  papers. 

34c.  Report  of  the  Chief  Electoral  Officer  pursuant  to  section  4,  chapter  63,  of  the 
Representation  Act,  1924.  Rulings  on  boundaries  of  certain  Electoral  Districts. 
Presented  February  11,  1925 Not  printed. 

35.  Report  of  the  Royal  Grain  Inquiry  Commission,  dated  January  7,  1925.     Presented 

February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

35a.  Copy  of  Proceedings  of,  Documents  filed  and  Evidence  taken  before,  the  Royal 
Grain  Inquiry  Commission.    Presented  February  27  and  March  18,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

36.  Report  of  the  Joint  Librarians  of  Parliament,  for  the  year  1924.    Presented  February 

5,  1925 Not  printed 

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

March  31,  1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

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

Chapter  31  of  9-10  Edward  VII.    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

38a.  Amending  Orders  in  Council  in  respect  to  Regulations  under  "The  Destructive  Insect 
and  Pest  Act." — European  Corn  Borer,  European  Buckthorn.  Presented  February 
9,  1925 Not  printed 

39.  Orders  and  Regulations  passed  under  the  authority  of  the  Cold  Storage  Act.     Pre- 

sented February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

40.  Orders  in  Council  passed  between  June  23,  1924,  and  December  11,  1924,  in  respect 

to  the  Department  of  National  Defence  under  the  provisions  of  section  47,  chapter 
43,  9-10  Edward  VII — Naval  Service.    Presented  February  11,  1925.. Not  printed. 

40a.  Order  in  Council  No.  P.C.  304,  dated  March  3,  1925,  cancelling  Order  in  Council  of 
November  26,  1924  (P.C.  1966),  providing  for  pay  of  Officers  when  employed 
swinging  ships. — Naval  Service.     Presented  April  2,  1925 Not  printed. 

406.  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  151,  dated  March  24,  1925,  under  the  provisions  of  Section  47, 
Chapter  43,  9-10  Edward  VII — Revising  Pay  and  Allowance  Regulations,  1920,  by 
cancelling  clause  relating  to  Store  Allowances  on  page  9,  and  adding  new  paragraph 
(5)  to  Part  II  of  the  said  Regulations. — Naval  Service.    Presented  March  30,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

40c.  Order  in  Council,  P,C.  725,  dated  May  16,  1925,  amending  Pay  and  Allowance  Regu- 
lations, 1920,  for  officers  and  men  of  the  Royal  Canadian  Navy,  dated  June  1, 
1920,  by  cancelling  clause  2  (Part  I)  and  clause  2  (Part  II)  and  substituting  new 
clauses  therefor.  (Department  of  National  Defence — Naval  Service.)  Presented 
(Senate)  May  20,  1925 Not  printed. 

40d.    Orders  in  Council  in  connection  with  the  Officers  and  Men  of  the  Royal  Canadian 
Navy: — 
P.C.  932 — June  19,  1925,  re  Transfer  of  Officers  and  Men  of  the  Naval  Service. 
P.C.  933 — June  19,  1925,  re  Transportation  of  dependents  of  Officers  and)  Men  of  the 
R.C.N. 

P.C.  934--June  19,  1925,  re  Transportation  of  Officers  and  Men  of  the  R.C.N.     (Depart- 
ment of  National  Defence — Naval  Service),    Presented  (Senate)  June  26,  1925..  .Not  printed. 

41.  Copies  of  General  Orders  promulgated  to  the  Militia  for  the  period  between  January 

1,  1924,  and  December   15,   1924.     Presented  February   11,   1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

42.  Appointments,  Promotions  and  Retirements,  Canadian  Militia  (Permanent  and  Non- 

Permanent),  Royal  Canadian  Air  Force,  and  Royal  Canadian  Navy,  from  Febru- 
ary 1,  1924,  to  February  1,  1925.    Presented1  February  11,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

43.  Copies  of  Militia  Orders  promulgated  between  January  3,   1924,   and  December  31, 

1924.    Presented  February  11,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form 

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44.  Copy   of  Rules  and   Regulations  of  the   Board   of   Grain  Commissioners.     Presented 

February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

45.  Report  of  W.  T  R  Preston,  in  respect  to  the  North   Atlantic  Steamship  Combine. 

Presented  February  9,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

46.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  2106,  dated  November  28,  1924,  to  give  effect  to  the 

provisions  of  section  46  of  the  Copyright  Act,  1921.    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

47.  Annual  Report  of  the  Board  of  Trustees  of  the  National  Gallery  of  Canada,  for  the 

fiscal  j'ear  ending  March  31,  1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

48.  Copy  of  Post  Office  Savings  Banks  Regulations,  in  accordance  with  section  14,  chapter 

30,  of  the  Revised  Statutes  of  Canada,  1906.    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

49.  Rules  adopted  by  the  Province  of  Quebec  relating  to  appeals  against  convictions  or 

sentences,  under  the  provisions  of  the  Criminal  Code  of  Canada,  13-14  George  V, 
chapter  41.     Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

50.  Third  Report  of  the  Soldier  Settlement  Board  on  its  activities  and  operations,  from 

April  1,  1923,  to  March  31,  1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

51.  Statement  of   Governor  General's  Warrants  issued  since  last  session   of  Parliament; 

also  Statement  of  the  Auditor  General  respecting  overrulings  by  the  Treasury 
Board  on  decisions  of  the  Auditor  General.    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

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

April  1,  1924,  to  January  31,  1925,  in  accordance  with  the  Appropriation  Act,  1924. 
Presented  February  9,   1925 Not   printed. 

53.  Statement   of  Superannuation   and   Retiring   Allowances  in   the   Civil   Service   during 

the  year  ended  December  31,  1924,  under  chapter  17,  R.S.C.,  1906,  showing  name, 
rank,  salary,  age,  service  allowance  and  cause  of  retirement  of  each  person  super- 
annuated or  retired,  also  whether  the  vacancy  has  been  filled  by  promotion,  or  by 
appointment,  and  the  salary  of  any  new  appointee.     Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

54.  Statement  in   pursuance   of  section    17   of  the   Civil   Service   Insurance   Act,   for  the 

year  ending   March  31,  1924    Presented  February  9,   1925 Not  printed. 

55.  Statement    of    Returned   Soldiers'    Insurance,    for   the    year    ended1    March    31,    1924. 

Presented    February    9,    1925 Not    printed. 

56.  Report   of   the    Superintendent    of   Insurance    of   the    Dominion    of    Canada   for   the 

year  ended  December  31,  1923 — Volume  I,  Insurance  Companies  other  than 
Life;   Volume  II,  Life  Insurance  Companies.    Presented  February  9,   1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

56a.    Abstract    of   Statements   of    Insurance    Companies   in  Canada   for   the   year    ended 
December  31,  1924.    Presented  June  9,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

57.  Statement   of   Receipts   and   Expenditures  of   the   National   Battlefields  Commission 

for  the  year  ended  March  31,  1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

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

the  year  ended  April  30,  1924.     Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

59.  Lists  of  Shareholders  in  the   Chartered  Banks  of   the  Dominion   of   Canada   as  on 

December  31,  1924,  in  accordance  with  section  114,  chapter  32,  Act  of  1923  (The 
Bank   Act) .    Presented   February   9,    1925 Not   printed. 

60.  lists  of  Unclaimed  Balances,  etc.,  in  Canadian  Chartered  Banks,  in  accordance  with 

section  114,  chapter  32,  Act  of  1923  (The  Bank  Act).    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Not  printed. 
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61.  Lists  of  Shareholders  in   Quebec   Savings  BanksJ,  made  in   accordance   with   section 

58,  of  chapter  42,  Act  of  1913  (Quebec  Savings  Bank  Act).     Presented  February 
9,  1925 Not  printed. 

62.  Lists  of  Unclaimed   Balances,  etc.,  in  Quebec   Savings   Banks — .made   in   accordance 

with  section  59  of  chapter  42,,  Act  of  1913  (Quebec  Savings  Bank  Act).    Presented 
February   9,    1925 Not   printed. 

63.  Report    of   the  Superintendent    of   Insurance    of   the    Dominion   of   Canada    for   the 

year  ended  December  31,  1923,: — Loan  and  Trust  Companies.  Presented  Febru- 
ary 9,  1924 Presented  in  printed  form. 

64.  Copies  of  Orders  in  Council  passed  in  connection  with  giving  effect  to  the  various 

Treaties  of  Peace,  as  follows: — 

P.C.  318,  dated  February  28,  1924,  appointing  Mr.  Philippe  Roy,  Commissioner 
General  of  Canada  in  Paris,  France,  as  a  substitute  for  the  Hon.  James  Murdock,  Minister 
of  Labour,  at  a  meeting  of  the  Governing  Body  of  the  International  Labour  Conference  to 
be  held  at  Geneva,  commencing  April  8,  1924. 

P.C.  319,  dated  February  28,  1924,  re  allowances  to  Mr.  Philippe  Roy,  as  substitute 
for  the  Minister  of  Labour  at  a  meeting  of  the  Governing  Body  of  the  International 
Labour  Office,  at  Geneva,  commencing  April  8,  1924. 

P.C.  1233,  dated  July  15,  1924,  appointing  Hon.  Napoleon  Antoine  Belcourt,,  P.C,  as 
commissioner  and  plenipotentiary  for  Canada  in  connection  with  a  conference  to  be  held 
at  London,  July  16,  1924,  to  consider  the  Dawes  Report  on  German  Reparations. 

P.C.  1378,  dated  August  8,  1924,  appointing  Oscar  Douglas  Skelton,  as  Technical  Adviser 
to  the  Canadian  representatives  at  the  fifth  meeting  of  the  Assembly  of  the  League  of 
Nations,  at  Geneva,  September  1„  1924. 

P.C.  1382,  dated  August  S,  1924,  appointing  Hon.  Raoul  Dandurand,  Senior  Repre- 
sentative of  Canada  at  the  fifth  meeting  of  the  Assembly  of  the  League  of  Nations  at 
Geneva,  September  1,  1924. 

P.C,  1383,  dated  August  8,  1924,  appointing  Hon.  Edward  Mortimer  Macdonald,  K.C., 
Ll.B.,  P.C,  Minister  of  National  Defence,  as  a  representative  of  Canada,  at  the  fifth  meeting 
of  the  Assembly  of  the  League  of  Nations,  at  Geneva,  September  1,  1924. 

P.C.  1411,,  dated  August  22,  1924,  appointing  Mr.  Ralph  0.  Campney,  Barrister,  Toronto, 
as  Secretary  to  Dr.  0.  D.  Skelton,  Technical  Adviser  to  Canadian  Representatives  at 
Geneva. 

P.C.  1431,  dated  August  22,  1924,  authorizing  the  payment  to  Edward  M.  Macdonald, 
Jr.,  while  acting  as  Secretary  to  Hon.  E.  M.  Macdonald,  at  Geneva,  of  an  allowance  of 
$15  per  day,  with  necessary  transportation  expenses. 

P.C.  1675,  dated  September  23,  1924,  appointing  Professor  O.  D.  Skelton,  as  a  substitute 
for  the  Minister  of  Labour  at  a  meeting  of  the  Governing  Body  of  the  International  Labour 
Conference  at  Geneva. 

P.C.  1676,  dated  September  23,,  1924,  granting  a  living  allowance  of  $15  per  day  to 
Professor  O.  D.  Skelton,  while  acting  as  substitute  for  the  Minister  of  Labour  at  Geneva. 

P.C.  1743,  dated  October  1,  1924,  advising  payment  of  account  of  Hon.  N.  A.  Belcourt. 
of  $3,375  while  acting  as  Canadian  Plenipotentiary  at  the  Inter-Allied  Conference  and 
International  Conference  at  London,  from  July  16,  1924,  to  August  30,  1924. 

P.C.  2174,  dated  December  17,  1924,  providing  for  the  appointment  of  a  permanent 
11  Dominion  of  Canada  Advisory  Officer,  League  of  Nations  "  at  Geneva,  and  also  for  the 
maintenance  of  office. 

P.C.  2175,  dated  December  17,  1924,  appointing  Mr.  W.  A.  Riddell,  Ph.D.,  as  "  Dominion 
of  Canada  Advisory  Officer,  League  of  Nations,"  at  Geneva,  at  a  salary  of  $6,000  per  annum. 
Presented    February    9,    1925 Not    printed. 

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

between  January  26,  1924,  and  December  23,  1924,  in  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  section  77  of  "  The  Dominion  Lands  Act,"  chapter  20,  7-8  Edward  VII. 
Presented  February  9,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

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

between  January  26,  1924,  and  December  23,  1924,  in  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  section  19,  chapter  10,  1-2  George  V,—"  The  Dominion  Forest  Reserves 
and  Parks  Act."    Presented  February  9,   19215 Presented  in  printed  form. 

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67.  Copies   of  Orders   in   Council   which   have   been  published   in   the    Canada   Gazette 

between  January  26.  1924,  and  December  23,  1924,  in  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  section  4,  chapter  18,  1917,  "  Migratory  Birds  Convention  Act."  Pre- 
sented February  9,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

67a.  Copies  of  Orders  in  Council  which  have  been  published  in  the  Canada  Gazette,  since 
ithe  opening  of  Parliament,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  section  4,  chapter 
18,   1917,   "  Migratory  Birds  Convention  Act."    Presented   May  8,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

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

in  the  British  Columbia  Gazette,  between  January  26,  1924,  and  December  23, 
1924,  in  accordance  with  provisions  of  subsection  (d)  of  section  38  of  the  regula- 
tions for  the  survey,  administration,  disposal  and  management  of  Dominion 
Lands  within  the  40-mile  Railway  Belt  in  the  Province  of  British  Columbia. 
Presented  February  9,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

69.  Return   showing  all   lands  sold  by   the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway   Company   during 

the  year  ended  September  30,  1924,  together  with  tine  names  of  the  purchasers, 
in  accordance  with  49  Victoria,  chapter  9,  section  8.    Presented  February  9,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

70.  70a.    Lists    of   Leases,    Licenses,    Permits    or    other    authorities    cancelled    under   the 

provisions  of  section  3,  chapter  21,  of  the  Statutes  of  1922,  An  Act  respecting 
Notices  of  Cancellation  of  Leases  of  Dominion  Lands.  Presented  February  9, 
and  March  5,  1925 Not  printed. 

71.  Report  under  section  7,  of  the  Reclamation  Act,  9-10  George  V,  showing  the  drainage 

works  constructed,  the  area  of  land  reclaimed,  the  expenditure  and  money  received 
from  the  sale   or  lease   of  Dominion  Lands.     Presented  February  9,   1925. 

Not  printed. 

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

West  Territories,  for  the  year  ended  December  31,  1924,  in  accordance  with  the 
provisions  of  the  Revised  Statutes,  chapter  62,  section  88.  Presented  February  9, 
1925 Not  printed. 

73.  List  of  Land  Sales  cancelled  by  the  Department  of  Indian  Affairs  during  the  period 

from  February  28,  1924,  to  February  1,  1925,  in  accordance  with  section  61  of 
The  Indian  Act.     Presented  February  9,   1925 Not  printed. 

74.  Statement  showing  the   number   of   Enfranchisements   under  The   Indian   Act,  from 

April  1,  1924,  to  January  31,  1925.    Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

75.  Statement  in  respect  to  Irrigation   Regulations  under  the  provisions  of  chapter  61, 

section  57  of  the  Revised  Statutes.    Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed 

76.  Statement  covering  Dominion  Lands  in   the   Railway  Belt  under   the  provisions   of 

Order  in  Council  of  September  17,  1889.    Presented  February  9,  1925.. Not  printed 

77.  Statement  in  respect  to  Reclamation  Act  Regulations,  under  the  provisions  of  section 

5,  chapter  5,  Statutes  of  1919.     Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

78.  Statement  in  regard  to  Regulations  respecting  Indians  during  the  fiscal  year  ended 

March  31,  1924.    Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

79.  Statement  in  respect  to  Remissions  on  sales  of  Indian  lands  during  the  fiscal  year 

ended  March  31,  1924.     Presented  February  9,  1925 Not  printed. 

80.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  1876,  dated  October  23,  1924,  in  respect  to  Regulations 

made  under  the  Proprietary  or  Patent  Medicine  Act,  as  amended  by  section  5 
of  chapter  66  of  the  Statutes  of  1919.    Presented  February  10,  1925. . .  .Not  printed. 

81.  Annual  Report  of  the  Commissioner  of  Highways  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31, 

1924,  in  accordance  with  clause  6,  chapter  54,  9<-10  George  V.  Presented  February 
10,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

82.  Report   of   Work   done    and   Expenditures   made   during   the   calendar   year    1924    in 

connection  with  Acts  (chapters  14  to  32  inclusive  of  14-15  George  V)  respecting 
construction  of  Canadian  National  Railway  Branch  Lines.  Presented  February 
10,  1925 Not  printed. 

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83.  Detailed  statement  of  all  bonds  and  securities  registered  in  the  Department  of  the 

Secretary  of  State  of  Canada,  since  last  return  submitted  to  the  Parliament  of 
Canada  under  Section  32  of  Chapter  19,  of  the  Revised  Statutes  of  Canada,  1906. 
Presented  February    13,   1925 Not  printed. 

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

March  31,  1924.     Presented  February  16,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

85.  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  the  Dominion  for  the  year  ending  on 

March  31,  1926.    Presented  February  16,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

85a,  85c.    Supplementary  Estimates   of  sums  required  for  the  service   of  the  Dominion 
for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1926    Presented  February  16,  and  June  17,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

856.    Further  Supplementary  Estimates  of  sums  required  for  the  service  of  t'he  Dominion 
for  the  year  ending   March   31,   1925.     Presented   March   5,    1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

86.  Convention  of  Commerce  between  Canada   and  the  Netherlands,  signed  at  Ottawa 

on  the  eleventh  day  of  July,  1924.     Presented  February  17,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

87.  Return  to   an  Order  of  the  House  of  February   16,   1925,  for  a  Return  showing:— 

1.  What  treaties  and  conventions  are  in  existence  and  operative  affecting  Canada: 
(a)  between  Great  Britain  and  the  United  States;  and  (b)  between  Canada  and 
the  United  States.  2.  How  many  trade  commissioners,  trade  agents  or  consular 
agents  the  United  States  has  in  Canada.  3.  How  many  trade  commissioners,  trade 
agents  and  consular  agents  Canada  has  in  the  United  States.  4.  The  value  of 
the  Canadian  imports  from  and  exports  to  the  United  States  for  each  of  the 
last  five  years.     Presented  February  17,  1925.     Mr.  Hudson Not  Printed. 

88.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  16,  1924,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  telegrams,  reports,  estimates  and  other  documents  exchanged  between  the 
Government  of  Canada  and  the  Historic  Sites  Board  and  the  Queen  Victoria 
Niagara  Falls  Park  Commissioners,  relating  to  the  improvement,  care  and  better- 
ment of  the  historic  sites  and  battlefields,  in  the  Niagara  District,  of  the  War  of 
1812-14.     Presented  February  17,  1925.     Mr.  Church Not  printed. 

89.  Copy   of   Order   in   Council,   PC.   1597,  dated   September   16,    1924— Amendment   to 

Regulations  of  the  Soldier  Settlement  Board,  re  right  of  way  over  lands  in 
connection  with  drainage  projects.    Presented  February  17,  1925 Not  printed. 

90.  Copy   of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.   69,   dated  January  23,   1926— Regulations  for  the 

Settlement  of  British  Migrants  on  Land  owned  by  the  Dominion  Government — 
under  paragraph  (n),  subsection  1,  section  63,  Soldier  Settlement  Act,  1919. 
Presented  February    17,   1925 Not  printed. 

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

1924.    Presented  February  19,  1925 Not  printed. 

92.  -Report  of  the  proceedings  of  the  Commissioners  of  Internal  Economy  of  the  House 

of  Commons  for  1924,  pursuant  to  Rule  9.    Presented  February  20,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

93.  Convention  between  His  Britannic  Majesty,  in  respect  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada, 

and  the  United  States  for  the  extradition  of  offenders  against  the  Laws  for  the 
suppression  of  the  Traffic  in  Narcotics,  signed  at  Washington,  the  eighth  day  of 
January,  one  thousand  nine  hundred  and  twenty-five.  Presented  February  20, 
1925 Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

94.  Copy  of  Regulations  made  under  the  authority  of  the  Department  of  Soldiers'  Civil 

Re-establishment  Act,  Chapter  29,  Section  1,  Second  Session  of  1919.  Presented 
February  20,  1925 Not  printed. 

95.  Second  Interim  Report  of  Commissioner  Lewis  Duncan,  appointed  to  investigate,  under 

the  Combines  Investigation  Act,  1923,  an  alleged  combine  in  the  distribution  of 
Fruits  and  Vegetables.  (First  Interim  Report,  dated  August  5,  1924,  will  be 
found  on  page  32  of  the  above.)     Presented  February  23,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 
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95a.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General,  of  April  6,  1025,  for 
copy  of  all  papers,  reports,  writings,  telegrams,  and  other  documents,  in  connection 
with  the  recent  investigation  into  the  fruit  combine  in  the  west  and  particularly 
all  communications  with  provincial  governments  in  relation  thereto.  Presented 
April    15,   1925.    Rt.   Hon.  Mr.  Meighen Not  printed. 

96.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  1,  1924,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  How  many 

cars  and  locomotives  have  been  purchased  in  Canada  by  American  railway 
companies  operating  in  Canada  during  the  past  twenty-five  years.  2.  The  amount 
of  duty  paid  :by  American  railway  companies  for  American  rolling  stock  used  in 
Canada  during  the  past  twenty^five  years.    Presented  February  23,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

97.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  July  3,  1924,  for  a  Return  showing:     1.  To  what 

amount  rebates  of  Sales  Taxes  have  been  claimed  under  the  legislation  of  last 
year.  2.  How  many  claims  have  been  made.  3.  How  many  claims  have  been 
checked  and  paid  and  resulting  in  what  total  amount.  4.  How  many  claims  have 
yet  to  be  dealt  with.    Presented  February  25,  1925 Not  printed. 

98.  Convention  and  Protocol  between  His  Britannic  Majesty  in  respect  of  the  Dominion 

•of  Canada,  and  the  United  States,  for  regulating  the  level  of  the  Lake  of  the 
Woods,  and  of  identical  letters  of  reference  submitting  to  the  International  Joint 
Commission  certain  questions  as  to  the  regulation  of  the  levels  of  Rainy  Lake 
and  other  upper  waters;  signed  at  Washington,  the  24th  day  of  February,  1925. 
Presented  February  26,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

99.  Treaty  between  His  Britannic  Majesty  in  respect  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  and 

the  United  States,  for  the  further  demarcation  of  the  boundary  between 
Canada  and  the  United  States;  signed  at  Washington,  February  24,  1925. 
Presented  February  26,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

100.  Formal  Judgment  and  Reasons  for  Judgment  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Canada  in  the 

matter  of  the  Restoration  of  the  Crow's  Nest  Pass  Rates  and  the  General  Order 
of  the  Railway  Board  disallowing  the  tariffs  of  the  Canadian  Pacific  and  the 
Canadian    National    Railway   Companies.    Presented    February    26,    1925. 

Printed  for  Sessional  Papers  and  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

100a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  7,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  When 
the  Crow's  Nest  Pass  Agreement  rates  were  put  back  into  force.  2.  What  articles 
are  affected  by  that  agreement.  3.  What  rates  are  paid  on  such  articles  under  said 
agreement,  as  compared  with  the  rates  paid  on  the  same  articles  in  other  parts 
of  the  country.    Presented  ;May  13,  1925.     Mr.  Rimfret Not  printed. 

101.  Return   to    an    Order    of   the    House    of   February   23,    1925,    for    a    Return    showing 

1.  Number    of    passenger    trains   run    each   week    in   each   province    during    1924. 

2.  Average  number  of  passengers  on  each  of  these  trains  per  province.  3.  Average 
»cost  per  passenger  per  train  per  province.  4.  Average  cost  of  these  passenger 
trains  per  mile   per   province.    Presented   February   26,   1925.     Mr.   Dechene. 

Not  printed. 

102.  Report  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  on  the  administration  of  the  Public  Service 

Retirement  Act;  including  detailed  Statement  of  Retirements  authorized  by 
Orders  in  Council  passed  from  January  1  to  November  1,  1924;  also  summary 
by  Departments  of  all  Retirements  effected  under  the  said  Act.  Presented 
March   2.    1925    Not  printed. 

103.  Regulations  issued  under  the   provisions  of  section   12,  chapter  43,  3-4  George  V — 

Radiotelegraph  Regulations  83a  and  91a — operators'  certificates;  and  Regulation 
104c — use  of  their  radiotelegraph  apparatus  by  foreign  men-of-war  in  a  Canadian 
Naval  port.    Presented  March  3,   1925 Not  printed. 

103a.  Copy  of  the  Radiotelegraph  Act  and  Regulations  issued  thereunder,  with  Amendments 
to  The  Radio  Regulations  since  June  1,  1923.    Presented  March  4,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

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1036.  Amendment  to  Radiotelegraph  Regulation  iNo.  88  (a).  (Department  of  Marine 
and  Fisheries.)     Presented  (Senate)  June  2,  1925 Not  printed. 

103c.  Amendments  to  Radiotelegraph  Regulations  Nos.  38  and  39.  (Department  of  Marina 
and   Fisheries.)     Presented    (Senate)    June   4,    1925 Not  printed. 

104.  Statement  of  leases  of  wharves,  piers  and  breakwaters  for  the  year  1924,  made  under 

the  provisions  of  c.  17,  s.  1,  The  Government  Harbours  and  Piers  Act,  1902. 
Presented  March   4,    1925 Not  printed. 

105.  An   account   of   all   revenue    and   all   expenditure    incurred   in   the    collection    of   tolls 

and  dues,  1923-24,  under  the  provisions  of  c.  112,  s.  14,  R.S.,  The  Government 
Harbours,  Piers  and  Breakwaters  Act.    Presented  March  4,  1925..    ..Not  printed. 

106.  Report  of  the  President  and  Financial  Statement  of  the  Honorary  Advisory  Council 

ifor  Scientific  and  Industrial  Research,  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1924. 
Presented   March   4,    1925 Not  printed. 

107.  Correspondence  between   the   Government   of  Canada   and   the   British  Government 

in  regard  to  the  subject  of  Ocean  Rates  and  especially  in  relation  to  the  Imperial 
Shipping  Committee;  also  correspondence  from  the  Department  of  Trade  and 
Commerce  regarding  transatlantic  freight  and  passenger  rates.  Presented  March 
9  and  10,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

107a.  Correspondence  with  the  Prime  Minister's  Office  and  the  Dominion  Millers'  Asso- 
ciation concerning  Ocean  Freight  Rates.    Presented  March  12,  1925... Not  printed. 

107b.  Correspondence  in  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries  concerning  representations 
on  Ocean  Freight  Rates.     Presented  March  12,  1925 Not  printed. 

107c.  Correspondence  in  the  Department  of  Railways  and  Canals  concerning  representations 
on  Ocean  Freight  Rates.    Presented  March  12,  1925 Not  printed. 

107<i.  Correspondence  exchanged  between  the  Government  of  Great  Britain  and  the  Gov- 
ernment of  Canada  respecting  investigation  into  Ocean  rates  by  Imperial  Shipping 
Committee.    Presented    March    13,    1925 Not  printed. 

107e.  Additional  correspondence  in  the  Trade  and  Commerce  Department  in  respect  to 
ocean  rates  on  Live  stock  from  Canada  to  Great  Britain;  additional  correspondence 
from  1919  to  1924  respecting  high  ocean  rates,  also  statement  of  the  Imperial 
Shipping  Committee  on  ocean  rates  on  flour  and  wheat.  Presented  March  13 
and    16,    1925    Not  printed. 

107/.  Additional  correspondence  in  the  Trade  and  Commerce  Department  in  respect  to 
ocean  rates  between  Canada  and  Great  Britain,  including  Interim  Report  by  the 
Imperial  Shipping  Committee  on  Canadian  Marine  Insurance  Rates,  and  Interim 
Report  by  the  Imperial  Shipping  Committee  on  Rates  of  Freight  on  Canadian 
Flour  in  the  North  Atlantic.    Presented  March  16,  1925 Not  printed. 

107(?.  Statement  prepared  by  Dominion  Bureau  of  Statistics  showing  ocean  rates  on  Grain 
-from  Montreal  to  Liverpool  during  the  years  1912,  1914,  1916,  1920,  1921,  1922, 
1923,  1924,  and  from  New  York  to  Liverpool  during  the  vears  1912,  1911,  1916, 
1918,  1920,  1921,  1922,  1923,  1924.    Presented  March  19,  1925 Not  printed. 

108.  Correspondence  between  the  Auditor  General   and  the   Acting   Minister  of  Finance 

respecting  certain  statements  made  by  the  Auditor  General  in  his  Annual  Report. 
Presented  March  10,  1925 Not  printed. 

109.  Return  to   an  Order  of  the   Senate,   dated   June    18,   1923,  showing:    All   correspon- 

dence relating  to  the  dismissal  on  or  about  the  3rd  day  of  March,  1923,  of  Angus  J. 
McQuarrie.  from  the  position  of  postmaster,  at  Doctor's  Brook,  Antigonish  County, 
•Nova  Scotia,  and  the  appointement  of  Mrs.  Catherine  McDonald  to  this  position. 
Presented  March  10,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Girroir Not  printed. 

110.  Return  to   an   Order  of  the  Senate  dated  July  3.   1924,  showing:    1.  What   are  the 

provisions  of  section  199  of  the  Excise  Act.  2.  How  many  notices  have  been  given 
to  the  Governmpnt  in  the  past  five  years  on  the  part  of  individuals  in  Canada,  of 

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their  possession  and  intention  to  use  the  utensils  set  out  in  the  Act.  The  answer  to 
be  by  provinces.  3.  How  many  prosecutions  for  illicit  stills,  or  how  many  illicit  stills 
for  the  manufacture  of  alcohol,  have  been  seized  by  the  Customs  Department  in 
Canada  during  the  last  five  years.  The  answer  to  be  by  provinces.  Presented 
March  10,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Griesbach Not  printed. 

111.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  February   12,   1925,  showing:   The  dates 

since  1921  during  which  0.  F.  Brothers,  Editor  of  the  "Listening  Post,"  Montreal, 
was  employed  by  the  Government;  the  Departments  under  which  he  gave  service; 
the  nature  of  the  services  rendered  by  him ;  and  the  several  amounts  paid  to  him  for 
services  and  allowances  respectively.    Presented  March  10,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Tanner. 

Not  printed. 

112.  Return   to   an   Order   of  the   House    of  February   23,    1925,   for   a   Return   showing: 

1.  Revenues  from  each  of  the  following  Dominion  Government  telegraph  offices,  for 
each  year,  1910  to  1924:  Peace  River,  Waterhole,  Dun  vegan,  Spirit,  Sexsmith, 
Clairmont,  Grande  Prairie,  Beaverlodge.  2.  Expenditures  in  connection  with  each 
office  for  tihe  years  1910  to  1924.  3.  Salaries  paid  to  the  operators  for  the  years  1910 
to  1924.    Presented  March  11,  1925.    .Mr.  Kennedy  (West  Edmonton).    Not  printed. 

113.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  February  16,   1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  corre- 

spondence, resolutions,  petitions,  regulations,  reports  and  other  documents  on 
file,  relating  to  the  application  of  one  Hutchinson  for  a  license  to  operate  a  ferry 
between  Rockport,  Ontario,  and  Alexandria  Bay,  New  York.  Presented  March  11, 
1925.    Mr.  Stewart  (Leeds) Not  printed. 

114.  Copy  of  Report  for  the  year  1924  of  positions  excluded  under  the  provisions  of  Section 

38B  (2)  from  the  operation  of  tlhe  Civil  Service  Act,  1918,  as  amended  by  Chap.  22, 
11-12  Geo.  V.    Presented  March  11.  1925 Not  printed. 

115.  Return  to   an   Address  to  His  Excellency  the   Governor   General   of  February    19, 

1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  agreements,  correspondence,  telegrams  and  letters 
exchanged  between  the  Government  of  Canada  and  the  Governments  of  Ontario  and 
the  United  States,  or  the  Hydro-Electric  Commission  regarding  the  generation  and 
distribution  of  power  at  what  is  commonly  known  as  the  proposed  Morrisburg  Dam 
on  the  St.  Lawrence  River.    Presented  March  11,  1925.     Mr.  Church.    Not  printed. 

116.  Covenant  off  the  League  of  Nations  and  the  Protocol  for  the  pacific  settlement  of 

international  disputes,  Fifth  Assembly,  1924;  together  with  a  letter  from  Sir  Eric 
Drummond,  Secretary  General  of  the  League  of  Nations,  in  connection  therewith, 
and  the  reply  of  the  Prime  Minister  of  Canada  thereto.    Presented  March  12,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

116a.  Report  of  the  Canadian  Delegates  to  the  Fifth  Assembly  of  the  League  of  Nations, 
Geneva,  September  1  to  October  2„  1924.    Presented  March  17,  1925. 

Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

116b.  Journals  of  the  Fifth  Assembly  of  the  League  of  Nations,  Geneva,  September  1  to 
October  3,  1924,  containing  summarized  reports  of  all  Plenary  Meetings  of  the 
Assembly.     Presented  March  17,  1925 Not  printed. 

117.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    February    18,    1925,    for    a    .copy    of    all 

correspondence  between  the  Chamber  of  Commerce  at  Fetrolia,  Ontario,  and  the 
Department  of  Trade  and  Commerce,  with  regard  to  American  branch  factories  in 
Canada.     Presented  March  12,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens Not  printed. 

118.  Return   to  an  Order  of  the   House   of   March   4,   1925,   for   a   Return   showing:    1. 

The  total  value  of  boots  and  shoes  sold  in  Canada  during  each  of  the  years  1914, 
1918,  1920,  1921,  1922,  1923  and  1924.  2.  The  total  value  of  said  goods  imported  from 
the  United  States,  England  or  other  countries  for  the  above  mentioned  years. 
3.  The  total  value  of  said'  goods  exported  to  the  United  States,  England  or  other 
countries  for  above  mentioned  years.  Presented  March  12,  1925.  Mr.  Denis  (St. 
Denis) Not  printed. 

119.  Annual  Return  of  Permits  issued  under  the  authority  of  Section  4,  subsection  2  of  the 

Immigration  Act.    Presented  March  13,  1925 Not  printed, 

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120.  Detailed  statement  of  Remissions  of  Customs  Duties,  Excise  Taxes  and  Sales  Taxes 

and  the  Refund  thereof,  under  Section  92,  Consolidated  Revenue  and  Audit  Act, 
through  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise,  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  31st 
March,  1924.     Presented  March  13,  1925 Not  printed. 

121.  Return  to  an   Order   of   the   House   of   February   23,    1925,  for   a  Return   showing: 

1.  Cost  of  maintaining  the  Colonization  Department  of  the  Canadian  National 
Railways  in  Europe  in  the  years  1923  and  1924,  respectively.  2.  Size  of  the  staff 
employed  in  1923  and  192,4,  respectively.  3.  Salary  paid  to  the  Manager  of  the 
Colonization  Department  of  the  Canadian  National  Railways  in  Europe  in  the  year 
1924.  4.  Sum  paid  to  the  Manager  as  expenses,  travelling  and  personal,  in  addition 
to  this  salary.  5.  Number  of  lecturers  in  the  employ  of  the  Canadian  National 
Railways  in  the  winters  of  1923  and  1924  in  Great  Britain,  and  salaries  paid  to  these 
lecturers.  6.  Number  of  families  settled  in  Canada  under  the  agreement  made 
between  the  British  Government  and  the  Canadian  National  Railways  to  settle 
British  families  on  lands  owned  by  the  Canadian  National  Railways  in  Canada. 
7.  Expenses  incurred  in  securing  the  said  families  in  Britain  and  settling  them  in 
Canada.  8.  Whether  it  is  the  intention  of  the  Canadian  National  Railways  to  settle 
any  additional  families  under  the  said  agreement.  9.  Amount  of  money  spent  by  the 
Canadian  National  Railways  in  connection  with  the  scheme  to  settle  British  boys 
under  the  age  of  17  in  Canada.  10.  Number  of  boys  brought  to  Canada  by  the 
Canadian  National  Railways  under  the  said  scheme.  11.  Amount  of  money  the 
Canadian  National  Railways  spent  in  Great  Britain  in  connection  with  its  Correspon- 
dence Lecture  Course  on  Canadian  Farming.  Presented  March  13,  1925.  Mr. 
Woodsworth Not   printed. 

122.  Judicial   Proceedings  respecting   Constitutional   Validity   of   The   Industrial    Disputes 

Investigation  Act,  1907,  and  Amendments  of  1910,  1918  and  1920.  Presented  March 
16,    1925. Presented   in  printed  form. 

123.  Return   to   an   Order   of   the  House    of    March   9,    1925,   for  a   Return   showing:    1. 

How  many  tons  of  grain  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  hauled  to  Fort  William  and 
Port  Arthur  during  the  calendar  year  1924.  2.  Number  of  ton  miles.  3.  Rate  per 
ton  mile.  4.  Average  haul.  5.  How  many  tons  of  grain  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway 
hauled  to  Vancouver  in  the  calendar  year  1924.  6.  Number  of  ton  miles.  7.  Rate 
per  ton  mile.  8.  Average  haul.  9.  Total  percentage  of  grain  hauled  in  western 
territory  to  the  entire  revenue  tonnage  of  that  territory  in  1924.  10.  What  percentage 
of  the  total  ton  miles  in  the  western  territory  in  1924  grain  produced.  11.  What 
percentage  of  the  total  freight  revenue  carried  in  western  territory  in  1924  was  by 
the  carriage  of  grain.    Presented  March  16,  1925,     Mr.  Hudson Not  printed. 

124.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925,  for  a   Return  showing,  during 

the  fiscal  years  1920,  1921,  1922,  1923  and  1924,  what  drawbacks  of  duties  on  raw  sugar 
were  paid  in  respect  of  (a)  sugar  exported;  and  (b)  sugar  consumed  in  Canada. 
Presented  March  16,  1925.     Mr.  Wallace Not  printed. 

124a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925.  for  a  Return  showing:  1. 
From  what  countries  raw  sugar  was  imported  into  Canada,  and  how  much  from  each, 
during  the  years  1920,  1921,  1922,  1923  and  1924.  2.  Aggregate  amount  of  customs 
duties  paid  thereon,  (a)  under  the  general  tariff  and  (b)  under  the  preferential  tariff. 
3.  From  what  countries  refined  sugar  was  imported  into  Canada  and  how  much 
from  each,  during  the  above-mentioned  years.  4.  Aggregate  amount  of  customs 
duties  paid  thereon,  (a)  under  the  general  tariff  and  (6)  under  the  preferential  tariff. 
Presented  March  23,  1925.     Mr.  Wallace Not  printed. 

125.  Return  to   an   Order   of   the    House   of   March   9,    1925,   for   a   Return  showing:    1. 

How  many  Dominion  Government  Taxation  offices  for  collection  of  income  taxes 
there  are  in  Canada.  2.  Where  they  are  situated.  3.  The  amount  of  income  taxes 
collected  in  each  such  office.    Presented  March  16,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Manion. 

Not  printed. 

126.  Memorandum   and    correspondence   respecting   Canteen  Funds   and   the   Disablement 

Fund.     Presented   March    17,   1925...' Not   printed. 

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126a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  March  19,  1925,  to  include:  (a)  The  deed 
of  trust  or  any  'letter,  document,  paper,  writing,  Order  in  Council  or  other  written 
record  which  sets  out,  affects,  bears  upon  or  relates  to  the  creation  of  a  trust  in 
connection  with  the  fund  commonly  known  as  rhe  Disablement  Fund;  (6)  a  state- 
ment of  the  said  fund,  showing  receipts  and  expenditures  from  its  inception  until  the 
present  time;  and  (c)  copies  of  all  correspondence  including  statements  of  expendi- 
tures of  money  passing  between  the  trustee  and  any  Veterans'  organizations  to  whom 
any  sums  of  money  have  been  paid  since  the  inception  of  the  said  fund.  Presented 
April  21,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Griesbach Not  printed. 

1266.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  April  21,  1925,  showing:  (a)  A  copy  of 
Order  in  Council,  P.C.  2378,  of  the  5th  of  July,  1921,  under  which  the  sum  of  fifty 
thousand  dollars  ($50,000)  was  paid  to  John  Barnett,  N.  F.  Parkinson,  R.  B.  Max- 
well and  C.  G.  MacNeil,  trustees  for  the  Great  War  Veterans'  Association;  and  (b) 
A  statement  showing  how  the  said  sum  or  any  portion  thereof  was  expended. 
Presented  April  28,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Griesbach Not  printed. 

126c.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  March  19,  1925,  showing:  (a)  A  copy 
of  the  Order  in  Council  P.C.  3887,  of  the  12th  of  October,  1921,  whereby  the  sum  of 
$120,000  was  authorized  to  be  paid  from  the  Canteen  Funds  to  J.  W.  Margeson, 
T.  O.  Cox  and  W.  C.  Arnold,  as  trustees  for  distribution  among  organizations  of  ex- 
service  men;  (b)  A  statement  showing  how  the  said  sum,  or  any  portion  thereof,  was 
expended;  and  (c)  Copies  of  all  correspondence  passing  between  the  trustees  and  any 
Department  of  the  Government,  and  the  trustees  and  any  organizations  of 
ex-service  men.    Presented  Maj'  7,  1925.   Hon.  Mr.  Griesbach Not  printed. 

126c/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  May  12,  1925,  showing:    (a)  The  amounts 

of  money  paid  by  the  Government  to  a  magazine  or  similar  publication  called  the 

"Veteran";   (6)  The  purpose  or  reasons  for  which  such  payments  were  made;  and 

(c)  The  authority  therefor.    For  reference,  see  report  of  the  Auditor  General  1922- 

23,  section  YY,  pages  190  to  193.     Presented  May  27,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Griesbach. 

Not  printed. 

126e.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  May  12,  1925,  showing: — (a)  The  amounts 
of  money  paid  by  the  Government  to  C.  G.  MacNeil  or  the  Great  War  Veterans' 
Association  in  connection  with  the  enquiry  of  the  Royal  Commission  on  pensions 
and  re-establishment;  (6)  For  a  statement  showing  amounts  of  money  paid  by  the 
Government  to  Mr.  Bowler,  barrister,  of  Winnipeg,  for  legal,  or  other  charges, 
in  connection  with  the  enquiry  of  the  Royal  Commission  on  pensions  and  re-estab- 
lishment; and' — (c)  Snowing  authority  for  such  payments,  for  what  purposes,  and 
the  dates  when  the  same  were  made.  Presented  May  27,  1925.  Hon.  Mr. 
Griesbach Not    printed. 

126/.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  May  12,  1925,  showing: — (a)  Copy  of  the 
memorandum  submitted  by  C.  G.  MacNeil,  Dominion  Secretary-Treasurer  of  the 
G.W.V.A.  of  Canada,  to  the  Honourable  the  Minister  of  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-estab- 
lishmeni  and  referred  to  in  a  letter  of  June  10,  1924,  from  C.  G.  MacNeil  afore- 
said, to  E.  H.  Scammell,  Assistant  Deputy  Minister,  Department  of  Soldiers' 
Civil  Re-establishment:  (b)  A  copy  of  an  itemized  statement  of  the  expenditure 
of  a  loan  of  115,000  from  the  Disablement  Fund  made  under  P.C.  1596  of  1924 
to  the  Dominion  Veterans'  Alliance,  such  itemized  statement  being  referred  to  in 
a  letter  dated  January  5,  1925,  from  E.  H.  Scammell,  Assistant  Deputy  Minister. 
D.S.C.R.,  to  C.  G.  MacNeil,  Secretary,  Dominion  Veterans'  Alliance;  and — (c)  If 
the  full  amount  has  not  been  expended  by  whoever  received  the  said  sum,  then 
an  itemized  statement  of  such  portion  as  has  been  expended  in  accordance  with 
the  letter  from  E,  H.  Scammell,  Deputy  Minister  of  D.S.C.R.,  to  C.  G.  MacNeil, 
Chairman.  Dominion  Veterans'  Alliance,  dated  October  2,  1924.  Presented  May 
27,    1925.     Hon.    Mr.    Griesbach Not    printed. 

127.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  16,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Car- 
loads of  hay  and  straw  shipped  from  the  following  points  in  Ontario,  on  the 
Canadian  National  Railways  in  1923  and  1924:— Caledonia,  HagersviHe,  Seneca, 
Middleport.  Canfield  2.  Carloads  of  other  farm  produce  shipped  during  the  same 
period  from  these  points.  3.  Carloads  of  other  merchandise  shipped  during  the 
same  period  fram  these  points.     Presented  March   19.  1925.     Mr.  Senn. 

Not  printed. 
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128.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

documents  and  communications  exchanged  between  the  officials  of  the  Canadian 
National  Railways  and  the  owners  of  the  Sudbury  Star  Building,  Sudbury,  Ontario, 
relating  to  the  rental  of  offices  in  Sudbury.  Presented  March  19,  1925.  Mr. 
Lapierre , Not  printed. 

129.  Statement  of  Civil  Service  Personnel  and  Salaries  in  the  month  of  January,  1912-1924, 

prepared  by  Dominion  Bureau  of  Statistics.  Presented  March  19,  1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

130.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  2,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  telegrams,  reports  and  other  documents  sent  'by  the  superintendents  to  the 
General  Superintendent,  President  and  First  Vice-President  of  the  Canadian 
National  Railways,  in  connection  with  the  granting  of  a  contract  for  supplying 
water  to  the  Canadian  National  Railways,  including  Acton  Vale  station  and  the 
Acton  Vale  National  Aqueduct  and  Power  Company,  represented  by  Mr.  H. 
Begin,  of  Montreal.  Also  a  copy  of  contract  prepared  and  presented  to  be  signed 
in  the  month  of  June,  1924.  Also  copy  of  contract  as  amended,  copy  of  tenders 
sent  by  the  city  council  of  Acton  Vale,  for  supplying  water  to  the  Canadian 
National  Railways,  as  well  as  to  the  said  station.  Also  all  correspondence 
.  exchanged  between  the  Canadian  National  officials  and  the  officials  of  the  city 
of  Acton  Vale,  Board  of  Trade  of  the  county  of  Bagot,  and  others.  Presented 
March    19,   1925.     Mr.   Marcile    (Bagot) Not   printed. 

131.  Return   to   an   Order   of  the   House   of   March  9,    1925,   for   a   Return  showing    the 

importations  into  Canada  from  United  States  and  other  countries,  respectively, 
during  the  year  1924,  of  the  following  farm  products:  (a)  live  cattle;  (b)  horses; 
(c)  sheep;  (d)  fresh  fruits;  (e)  dried  fruits;  (/)  grain;  (g)  meats,  including  beef 
and  pork  products;  (h)  dairy  products;  (i)  seeds;  (;')  potatoes,  turnips  and 
sugar  beets;  (k)  eggs;  (I)  wool;  (m)  all  other  farm  products  not  enumerated 
aJbove.     Presented  March  19,  1925.     Mr.  Doucet Not  printed. 

132.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  February  23,  192l5,  for  a  Return  showing:— 

1.  Licenses  granted  to  Breweries  and  Distilleries  issued  annually.  2.  Number  of 
Brewery  and  Distillery  licenses  granted  or  renewed  in  the  Province  of  Ontario 
in  the  years  1922,  1923.  1924,  and  the  present  year  to  date.  3.  How  many  of  these 
licenses  granted  or  renewed  without  the  consent  of  the  Ontario  Government.  4. 
Whether  permits  or  licenses  are  granted  annually  to  persons  in  Ontario  giving 
them  the  right  to  manufacture  beer  or  liquor  to  be  consumed  in  their  homes. 
5.  If  so,  the  number  of  such  permits  or  licenses  granted  or  renewed  in  each 
constituency  in  the  Province  of  Ontario  from  January  1,  1924,  to  December  31, 
1924,  and  during  this  year  to  date.  6.  Number  of  ships  or  boats  given  clearance 
papers  for  Cuba  and  Mexico,  from  ports  in  the  Province  of  Ontario  in  1924. 
7.  How  many  of  such  ships  carried  liquor.  Presented  March  23,  1925.  Mr. 
Fa.nsher Not    printed. 

133.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  July  2,  1924,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The  total 

amount  paid  by  the  Dominion  Government  for.  harbour  improvements  at  each  of 
the  following  ports:  Halifax,  St,  John,  Quebec,  Montreal,  Fort  William,  Port 
Arthur,  Vancouver,  Prince  Rupert,  Fort  Nelson,  (a)  by  way  of  loan;  (b)  other- 
wise. 2.  The  total  amount  paid  by  the  Dominion  Government  since  Confedera- 
tion for  all  other  harbour  improvements,  such  as  wharfs,  piers,  breakwaters, 
jetties,  dredging  or  other  harbour  and  river  improvements  in  each  of  the  nine 
provinces;  and  (a)  what  percentage  of  the  work  done  is  estimated  as  permanent; 
(b)  what  percentage  must  be  renewed  annually;  (c)  what  percentage  must  be 
renewed  every  five  years:  (d.)  what  percentage  must  be  renewed  every  ten  years. 
Presented  March  23,  1925.     Mr.  Kennedy   (West  Edmonton) Not  printed. 

134.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  June  30,  1924,  for 

a  copy  of  all  correspondence  since  June  1,  1924,  between  the  Prime  Minister  and 
the  Government,  the  Lieutenant-Governor  or  any  Judge  of  the  Province  of 
Manitoba,  relating  to  the  appointment  of  an  Administrator  for  said  province,  to 
act  during  the  absence  of  the  Lieutenant-Governor.  Persented  March  23,  1925. 
Rt.  Hon.   Mr.   Meighen Not  printed. 

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135.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  February  23,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:— 

1.  Number  of  persons  of  the  electoral  district  of  Restigouche-Madawaska  who 
have  obtained  employment  in  the  inside  of  the  Civil  Service,  since  January  1,  1906. 

2.  Their  names  and  date  of  appointment.    Presented  March  23,  1925.     Mr.  Jones. 

Not  printed. 

136.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  30,  1924,  for  a  copy  of  all  evidence  or  state- 

ments made  before  the  Royal  Pulpwood  Commission  by  Mr.  Piche  and  other 
witnesses,  members  or  officers  of  the  Government  of  Quebec.  Presented  March 
23,    1925.     Hon.    Mr.    Stevens Not    printed. 

137.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  11,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

passing  between  January  1,  1922,  and  June  27,  1924,  between  the  Minister  or 
officer  of  the  Department  of  Public  Works  and  the  Member  for  the  time  being  of 
the  riding  of  West  Hastings,  referring  in  any  way  to  the  Trenton  wharf.  Presented 
March  23,   1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens Not  printed. 

138.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  February  6,  1925,  for  a  return  showing  a  list. of 

all  newspapers  given  publication  of  the  advertisement  "  Canada  is  Coming  Through  " 
and  the  amount  of  money  paid  or  to  be  paid  to  each.  Presented  March  24, 
1925.     Mr.  Arthurs Not  printed. 

139.  Preliminary  Report  on  the  earthquake  of  February  28,  1925,  by  Ernest  A.  Hodgson, 

Seismologist.      Presented    March    24,    1925 Not    printed. 

140.  Report  of  the  Commissioner  appointed  to  investigate,  under  the  Combines  Investiga- 

tion Act,  1923,  an  alleged  combine  amongst  coal  dealers  at  Winnipeg  and  other 
places  in   Western  Canada,   1924-25.     Presented  March  25,   1925. 

Presented  in  printed  form. 

141.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  9,  1924,  for  a  copy  of  all  telegrams,  letters 

or  other  messages,  or  documents,  despatched  from  the  Department  of  Justice 
to  the  authorities  of  Portsmouth  Penitentiary,  respecting  the  non-infliction  of 
lashes  on  the  person  commonly  known  as  "  Red  "  Ryan.  Presented  March  25, 
1925.      Mr.    Ryckman Not    printed. 

142.  Return   to   an   Address   to   His   Excellency  the   Governor   General   March   2,    1925, 

for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence,  documents,  statements  and  communications 
between  the  Government  of  Canada  and/or  the  High  Commissioner  of  Canada 
and  the  Government  of  the  United  Kingdom  and/or  any  Department  of  the 
Government  of  the  United  Kingdom  or  any  officer  thereof,  relating  to  the  imposi- 
tion of  an  embargo  by  the  Government  of  the  United  Kingdom  against  Canadian 
potatoes.     Presented    March    25,    1925.      Mr.    Hanson Not    printed. 

143.  Supplementary  Return  to   an   Order  of  the  House  of  May  12,   1924,  for  a  Return 

showing: — 1.  Number  of  Commissions  of  Enquiry  appointed  by  the  present 
Government.  2.  Total  cost  of  these  Commissions.  3.  Names  of  the  counsel 
employed  by  the  Government.  4.  Total  remuneration  paid  to  each.  Presented 
March  25,  1925.     Mr.  Leader No't   printed. 

.144.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  16,  1925,  for  ia  Return  showing: — 
1.  Whether  any  Canadian  Government  Merchant  Marine  steamers  have  carried 
cattle  from  Montreal,  or  other  Canadian  ports,  to  ports  in  Great  Britain  or  the 
Continent,  during  the  years  1922,  1923  and  1924.  If  so,  to  what  ports.  2.  Number 
of  cattle  carried  each  voyage.  3.  Rate  of  freight  paid.  4.  Net  result  of  this 
business,  voyage  bv  vovage.  5.  Profit  or  loss,  as  the  case  may  be.  Presented 
March  26,   1925.     Mr.   Black    (Halifax) Not   printed. 

145.  Return  to   an  Order  of  the  House  of  February  23,   1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 

1.  Amounts  voted  for  the  electoral  district  of  Restigouche-Madawaska,  since 
January  1,  1906.     2.  Amounts  expended.     Presented  March  26,  1925.     Mr.  Jones. 

Not  printed. 

146.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  4,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Amount 

of  pork  imported  into  Canada  from  the  United  States  during  the  calendar  years 
1923  and  1924,  in  pounds  and  dollars  respectively.  2.  What  amount  of  this  pork 
was  re-exported  to  England  and  price  received  for  it.  3.  How  it  was  prepared  in 
Canada  for  re-export.  4.  Whether  it  is  sold  in  England  as  Canadian  pork,  and, 
if  not,  how  it  is  differentiated  from  the  Canadian  product.  Presented  March  26, 
1925.     Mr.    Anderson Not    printed. 

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147.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  18,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

between  R.  E.  Beattie,  or  Fergus  McDonald  of  Vancouver,  and  the  Minister  of 
Public  Works,  relative  to  the  proposed  retirement  of  Mr.  Sam  Prenter  from  the 
Board  of  Harbour  Commissioners,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia;  aiso,  all 
correspondence  between  any  persons  in  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  and  the 
Minister  of  Public  Works,  or  any  Minister  or  official  of  the  Government,  relative 
to  retirement  of  said  Mr.  Prenter,  or  other  members  of  the  Vancouver  Board  of 
Harbour  Commissioners.     Presented  March  27,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens. 

Not  printed. 

148.  Supplementary  Return  to   an  Order  of  the  House   of  May  12,   1924,  for  a   Return 

showing: — 1.  Number  of  Commissions  of  Enquiry  appointed  by  the  Borden 
Government.  2.  Total  cost  of  these  Commissions.  3.  Names  of  the  counsel 
employed  by  the  Government.  4.  Total  remuneration  paid  to  each.  Presented 
March  30,  1925.     Mr.  Leader Not  printed. 

149.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House   of  May   12,   1924,  for  a   Return 

showing: — 1.  Number  of  Commissions  of  Enquiry  appointed  by  the  Laurier 
Government.  2.  Total  cost  of  these  Commissions.  3.  Names  of  the  counsel 
employed  by  the  Government.  4.  Total  remuneration  paid  to  each.  Presented 
March    30,    1925.      Mr.    Leader Not    pririted. 

150.  Supplementary  Return  to   an  Order  of  the  House   of  May   12,   1924,  for  a   Return 

showing: — 1.  Number  of  Commissions  of  Enquiry  appointed  by  the  Meighen 
Government.  2.  Total  cost  of  these  Commissions.  3.  Names  of  the  counsel 
employed  by  the  Government.  4.  Total  remuneration  paid  to  each.  Presented 
March    30,    1925.      Mr.    Leader Not    printed. 

151.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  July  7,  1924,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

total  revenue  of  Canada  from  all  sources  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1923, 
also  year  ending  March  31,  1924,  giving  each  year  separately  and  each  source  of 
revenue  of  all  kinds  separately.  2.  How  much  of  this  revenue  was  contributed 
by  each  one  of  the  nine  provinces  separately,  giving  every  source  of  revenue 
separately.     Presented  March  30,  1925.     Mr.   McCrea Not  printed. 

151a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  11,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Total 
revenue  of  Canada  for  the  years  ending  March  31,  1922,  1923.  1924  and  1925, 
respectively,  from  the  following  sources,  import  duty,  excise  duties,  excise  taxes, 
Income  War  Tax,  Business  Profits  War  Tax,  any  other  sources.  2.  What  per 
cent  of  the  amount  received  was  the  cost  of  collection  in  each  case.  Presented 
June   23,   1925.     Mr.   Ross    (Simcoe) Not  printed. 

152.  Supplementary  Report  on  Agricultural  Credit,  by  H.  M.  Tory,  dated  March  30,  1925. 

Presented  March  31,  1925 Printed  for  distribution  to  Senators  and  Members. 

153.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  How 

many  tons  of  grain  the  Canadian  National  Railways  hauled  to  Fort  William  and 
Port  Arthur  during  the  calendar  year  1924.  2.  Number  of  ton  miles.  3.  Rate  per 
ton  mile.  4.  Average  haul.  5.  How  many  tons  of  grain  the  Canadian  National 
Railways  hauled  to  Vancouver  in  the  calendar  year  1924.  6.  Number  of  ton  miles. 
7.  Rate  per  ton  mile.  8.  Average  haul.  9.  Total  percentage  of  grain  hauled  in 
western  territory  to  the  entire  revenue  tonnage  of  that  territory  in  1924.  10. 
What  percentage  of  the  total  ton  miles  in  the  western  territory  in  1924  grain 
produced.  11.  What  percentage  of  the  total  freight  revenue  carried  in  western 
territory  in  1924  was  by  the  carriage  of  grain.  Presented  March  31,  1925.  Mr. 
Hudson     Not  printed. 

154.  Correspondence,    applications,    and    other    documents    respecting    licenses    to    export 

electrical  energy,  for  the  fiscal  year  1925-26,  under  the  provisions  of  the  Electricity 
and  Fluid  Exportation  Act,  Chapter  16,  of  Statutes  of  1907;  also,  copy  of  Order  in 
Council,  PiC.  504,  dated  March  31,  1925,  in  connection  therewith.  Presented 
April    1,   1925 Not  printed. 

154a.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  569,  dated  April  18,  1925:  Regulations  passed  pursuant 
to  Section  9  of  the  Electricity  and  Fluid  Exportation  Act,  Chapter  16  of  the 
Statutes  of  1907,  governing  the  collection  of  the  export  duty  on  power.    Presented' 

April   23,    1925 Not  printed:. 

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1546.  Copy  of  correspondence  relating  to  the  issue  of  a  license  to  the  Bridge  River  Power 
Company,  Limited,  to  export  electrical  energy  under  the  provisions  of  the 
Electricity  and  Fluid  Exportation  Act,  6-7  Edward  VII,  Chapter  16,  and  copy  of 
Order  in  Council,  P.C.  490,  dated  March  29,  1924,  granting  licenses  to  export 
electrical  energy  to  certain  companies  mentioned  therein.    Presented  May  15,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

154c.  Further  correspondence  relating  to  the  issue  of  a  license,  under  the  provisions  of  the 
Electricity  and  Fluid  Exportation  Act,  6-7  Edward  VII,  Chapter  16,  to  the  Bridge 
River  Power  Company,  Limited,  to  export  electrical  energy,  also  copies  of 
Orders  in  Council  in  connection  therewith.    Presented  May  18,  1925.. Not  printed. 

154ci  Correspondence,  Orders  in  Council,  etc.,  in  connection  with  the  Carillon  Power 
Development  from  1906  to  1924;  also  copies  of  draft  leases  in  connection  there- 
with to  the  Carillon  Industrial  Corporation,  Limited;  also  copy  of  further  leases 
and  bonds  of  indemnity.    Presented  May  18,  1925 Not  printed. 

154e.  Correspondence  between  the  Premier  of  Ontario  and  the  Prime  Minister  of  Canada 
respecting  the  development  of  additional  power  at  Carillon  Rapids  on  the 
Ottawa  river.    Presented   May   19,   1925 Not  printed. 

155.  Return    to   an  Order   of   the    House    of    March    16,    1925,   for   a    Return   showing: — 

1.  Whether  the  Government  established  any  Rural  Mail  Routes  in  the  years 
1924  or  1925.  2.  Whether  any  tenders  have  been  asked  for  in  connection  with 
any  proposed  routes.  If  so,  in  what  counties,  and,  from  what  post  offices. 
3.  Whether  it  is  the  .policy  of  the  Government  to  establish  any  new  mail  routes. 
Presented    April   2,    1925.    Mr.  Maybee Not  printed. 

156.  iReturn  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  iMarch  11,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  How 

much  the  Vancouver  Board  of  Harbour  Commissioners  paid  for  the  waterfront 
property  lying  immediately  east  of  and  adjoining  No.  1  Harbour  Board  elevator, 
portion  of  which  is  now  occupied  by  elevator  known  as  Spillers  elevator.  2.  The 
total  area  of  the  said  property:  (a)  above  high  water  mark;  (b)  below  high  water 
.mark.  3.  Whether  the  said  property  was  offered  to  the  Harbour  Board  for 
$275,000.  4.  Whether  the  said  price  of  $275,000  included  a  sawmill  and  buildings 
then  on  the  property.  5.  Whether  the  Harbour  Board  secured  an  option  at  this 
price  and  if  so,  for  how  long.  6.  Subsequent  to  the  purchase  of  the  said  property, 
whether  the  Harbour  Commissioners  permited  the  former  owners  to  remove  the 
.mill  and  other  buildings,  or  to  whom  the  said  mill  was  sold,  or  given,  or  released. 
7.  Whether  a  portion  of  the  said  property  was  leased  to  R.  H.  Gale  of  Vancouver, 
acting  for  himself  or  a  company,  and  if  the  latter,  the  name  of  the  company  to 
whom  the  lease  was  issued.  8.  Whether  the  said  R.  H.  Gale  negotiated  the  said 
lease.  9.  WThether  there  has  been  any  transfer  of  the  said  lease  since  the  original 
issue.  If  so,  to  whom.  10.  Amount  of  rental  being  paid  to  the  Harbour  Com- 
missioners for  the  said  lease.  11.  Whether  the  Harbour  Commissioners  undertook 
to  build  a  jetty  for  grain  conveyors  as  a  condition  or  term  in  the  said  lease.  If  so, 
what  the  said  jetty  and  conveyors  and  equipment  cost.  12.  Whether  the  said 
original  lease,  or  a  later  transferred  lease  has  been  assigned  to  the  "  Spillers " 
Grain  Company  of  England.    Presented  April  2,  1925.     Mr.  Black  (Yukon). 

Not  printed. 

157.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  7,  1924,  for  a  return  showing  the  names  or 

numbers  of  all  ships  or  boats  of  every  class  and  description,  whether  naval  or 
merchant  or  fishing  craft,  which  were  sold  by  the  Government  of  Canada  or 
any  Department  thereof,  or  by  any  Commission  acting  in  behalf  of  the  Govern- 
ment, or  under  the  authority  of  the  Parliament  of  Canada  since  the  signing  of 
the  Armistice,  showing:  (a)  the  prices  paid  for  said  ships,  vessels^  or  boats  on 
their  purchase  by  the  Canadian  authorities,  and  also  the  price  received  lor  each 
when  sold;  '(b)  the  number  of  ships,  vessels  or  boats  on  hand  which  the 
Government  of  Canada  or  any  Department  thereof,  or  any  Commission  acting 
under  the  authority  of  the  Government  or  Parliament  of  Canada,  have  for 
sale,  with  their  names  and  numbers  and  showing  where  they  are  at  present; 
(c)  the  contract  price  to  be  paid  to  the  Government  of  Canada,  or  any  Depart- 
ment thereof,  as  the  purchase  price  of  any  ship,  vessel  or  boat  sold  as  herein- 

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before  referred  to,  and  how  the  said  .payments  were  made,  and  also  the  out- 
standing sums  due  on  payment,  if  any,  and  from  whom,  the  said  return  to  show 
all  purchasers  of  any  and  all  of  the  hereinbefore  mentioned  ships,  vessels  and 
boats,  and  their  addresses;  (d)  all  other  details  in  anywise  relating  or  appertaining 
to   the   foregoing.    Presented   April   2,   1925.    Mr.  Martell Not  printed. 

158.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    March    4,    1925,    for    a    Return    showing: — 

I.  Number  of  Royal  Commissions  appointed  iby  the  present  Government.  2.  Their 
personnel.    3.  Cost  of  each  to  date.    Presented  April  3,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Manion. 

Not  printed. 

158a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing  :--l.  How 
many  Royal  Commissions  were  appointed  by  the  Federal  Government  from 
November  1,  1911,  to  December  31,  1921.  2.  Their  personnel.  3.  The  cost  of 
each.    Presented  April  3,   1925.    Mr.  Forrester Not  printed. 

159.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  30,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  When 

Federal  grading  of  butter  and  cheese  for  export  came  into  effect.  2.  The  names 
and  salaries  of  the  Dominion  graders  of  butter  and  cheese.  3.  The  standard 
grades  for  butter  and  what  determines  each  grade.  4.  The  recognized  difference 
in  price  of  the  several  grades.  5.  From  the  time  Federal  grading  went  into  effect, 
quantity  of  (a)  pasteurized,  (b)  unpasteurized  butter  exported  each  year  to  the 
end  of  1924.  6.  Whether  the  grade  was  stamped  on  all  packages  of  butter  exported 
and  what  quantity  of  each  grade  was  exported  in  each  year.  7.  The  standard 
grades  for  cheese  and  the  recognized  difference  in  price  of  the  several  grades. 
8.  Whether  any  cheese  has  been  exported  to  Great  Britain  since  Federal  grading 
went  into  effect  without  the  grade  being  clearly  indicated,  and  if  so,  when  and 
what  quantity.  9.  Quantities  of  (a)  graded  and  (b)  ungraded  cheese  exported 
from  Canada  to  Great  Britain  in  each  of  the  calendar  years  1921,  1922,  1923  and 
1924.     10.  Quantities  of  each  grade  exported  to  Great  Britain  in  1923  and  1924. 

II.  Whether  the  producer  of  the  cheese  must  abide  by  the  decision  of  the  Federal 
graders  as  to  the  grade  of  his  cheese  or  whether  there  is  any  person  or  beard  to 
whom  he  can  appeal  against  their  classification.  Presented  April  6,  1925.  Mr. 
Stewart    (Leeds) Not  printed. 

160.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  6,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  What 

have  been  during  the  fiscal  year  1923-24,  month  by  month  and  in  each  province 
separately,  the  imports  of  each  of  the  following  articles:  apples,  onions,  potatoes, 
tomatoes,  butter  and  eggs.  2.  The  United  States  duty  on  each  of  these  articles. 
Presented   April   6,   1925.    Mr.   Morin Not  printed, 

161.  Annual    Report   of    the   Canadian    National    Railway    System,    for    the    year    ended 

December  31,  1924.    Presented  April  14,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

162.  Return   to  an  Order  of  the  House   of  February   19,   1925,  for  a   Return  showing: — 

1.  The  total  co9t  of  acquiring  land,  and  of  construction,  at  the  Buffalo  Park  at 
Wainwright,  Alberta.  2.  The  total  cost  to  date  of  the  Jasper  Park.  3.  The  total 
cost  to  date  of  the  Buffalo  Park  near  Fort  Smith.  4.  The  cost  of  administration 
in  each  of  the  above  parks.  5.  The  revenue  derived  from  each  of  the  above 
.parks.  6.  The  cost  of  the  'Government  buildings,  fencing,  etc.,  at  Fort  Smith. 
7.  The  amount  of  the  contract  entered  into  for  the  moving  of  Buffalo  from 
Wainwright  to  the   North  Park.     Presented   April    15,   1925.    Mr.  Kellner. 

Not  printed. 

163.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House   of  February  25,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:— 

1.  The  gross  postal  revenue  derived  from  newspapers  for  the  last  two  years  of 
record.  2.  The  estimated  expenditure  for  the  same  years,  as  far  as  can  be  arrived 
at,  in  so  far  as  newspapers  are  concerned,  and  what  bulk  of  the  mail  do  newspapers 
make  up.  3.  The  average  daily  weight  of  newspapers  carried  in  the  mails  and  the 
estimated  deficit  to  the  country  in  delivery  of  newspapers  in  the  mails.  Presented 
April    15,    1925.     Mr.    Church Not  printed. 

164.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925.  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

and  other  documents  received  by  the   Post   Office  Department  during  the  year 

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1924,  relating  to  the  reopening  of  a  post  office  at  Despres  Road  or  Despres 
Village,  Kent  County,  New  Brunswick.    Presented  April  15,  1925.    Mr.  Doucet. 

Not  printed. 

165.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  18,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  Agreement  between 

the  Vancouver  Harbour  Commissioners  and  the  British  Oriental  Grain  Company, 
relative  to  the  acquisition  of  No.  3  elevator,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia,  together 
with  copy  of  lease  or  other  documents  pertaining  thereto;  also,  copy  of  corre- 
spondence between  the  Harbour  Commissioners  and  said  British  Oriental  Grain 
Company.     Presented  April  15,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Stevens Not  printed. 

166.  iReport  of  Messrs.  'George  W.  Kyte,  M.P.,  J.  Fred  Johnston,  M.P.,  and  L.  J.  Papineau, 

M.P.,  Commissioners  appointed  by  the  Canadian  Government  to  the  British 
Empire  Exhibition  at  Wembley,  England,  1924.     Presented  April  15,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

167.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  15,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  By 

what  firms  or  persons  groceries  and  other  provisions  were  supplied  to  Dorchester 
Penitentiary  last  year.  2.  Whether  tenders  were  called  for  these  supplies.  3.  The 
quantities  and  prices.    Presented  April  15,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Baxter Not  printed. 

168.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  25,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

total  amount  of  money  disbursed  on  account  of  Soldier  Settlement,  {a)  land 
settlement;  (b)  fishermen  and  others.  2.  The  total  cost  of  Soldier  Settlement 
each  year,  to  date,  including  wages,  travelling  and  all  other  expenses.  3.  The 
total  amount  each  year  paid  to  the  Board  by  the  Soldier  Settlers.  4.  The 
amount  of  the  total  yearly  payments  due  by  said  settlers.  5.  The  total  amount 
outstanding,  including  interest,  in  this  connection.  Presented  April  16,  1925. 
Mr.  Gould  Not  printed. 

169.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  5,  1923,  for  a  return  showing 

the  various  technical  and  professional  officials  appointed  to  the  Civil  Service  of 
Canada  during  the  years  from  September,  1911,  to  December,  1922,  both  years 
inclusive,  with  a  statement  showing  the  salaries  of  each  official,  the  qualification  of 
each  official  and  the  method  employed  by  the  Civil  Service  Commission  to  select 
each  said  technical  and  professional  official ;  also  a  detailed  statement  naming  the 
examiners  in  each  case  and  the  office  to  which  the  party  selected  was  appointed. 
Presented  April    16,   1925.     Mr.   Martell Not   printed. 

170.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  2,  1925,  for  a  return  showing  the  cost 

when  completed  of  the  following  public  works,  including  in  cases  where  the  work 
is  not  completed  estimated  cost  to  finish:  (1)  Dry  Dock  at  Esquimalt,  Victoria. 
(2)  Post  Office  Building,  Victoria;  (3)  Outer  Wharf,  Victoria;  (4)  Floating  Dry 
Dock,  Vancouver;  (5)  Elevators,  Terminal  Facilities,  Wharves,  and  other 
Properties  of  the  Vancouver  Harbour  Board;  (6)  Post  Office,  Vancouver;  (7) 
Floating  Dry  Dock,  Prince  Rupert;  (8)  Government  Wharves  and  Buildings, 
Prince   Rupert.    Presented    April    16,    1925.    Mr.    Neill Not  printed. 

171.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency   the  Governor   General,  of  April   1,   1925, 

for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  between  the  New  Brunswick  Government  or 
any  member  thereof  and  any  Minister  or  Department  of  the  Dominion  Govern- 
ment, with  reference  to  the  taking  over  by  the  Dominion  Government  of  the 
St.  John  and  Quebec  Railway,  since  the  said  railway  was  constructed.  Presented 
April    16,    1925.    Mr.    Doucet Not  printed. 

172.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  30,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing  the  total 

cost  of  the  Civil  Service  for  the  year  ending  March  31,  1924,  in  each  of  the 
following  departments: — Agriculture,  Public  Archives,  Auditor  General,  Civil 
Service  Commission,  Customs  and  Excise,  External  Affairs,  Finance,  Governor 
General's,  Indian  Affairs,  Insurance,  Interior,  Justice,  Labour,  Marine  and 
Fisheries,  National  Defence  ('Naval,  Militia  and  Air),  Mines,  Royal  Canadian 
Mounted  Police,  Post  Office,  Privy  Council,  Public  Works,  Printing  and  Stationery, 
Railways  and  Canals,  Secretary  of  State,  Trade  and  Commerce,  Immigration  and 
Colonization,  Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment,  Patents  and  Copyright,  Soldier 
Settlement   Board,   and   Health.    Presented   April    16,    1925.    Mr.    Garland    (Bow 

River) Not  printed. 

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173.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  'March  25,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

official  individual  name  of  each  of  the  last  fourteen  commissions  appointed  to 
look  into  the  grain  trade.  2.  In  what  years  the  various  commissions  were  appointed. 
3.  The  cost  of  each  of  the  said  commissions.    Presented  April  16,  1925.     Ivlr.  Gould. 

Not  printed. 

174.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  2,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing  the  total 

revenues  of  the  Government  collected  from  Toronto  during  the  past  three  years 
of  record  from,  (a)  Customs  and  Inland  Revenue;  (b)  Post  Office;  (c)  Income 
and  Sales  Tax;  and  (d)  other  sources.    Presented  April  16,  1925.     Mr.  Church. 

Not  printed. 

175.  Return  to  an  order  of  the  House  of  March  23,  1925,  for  a  return  showing  the  total 

income  from  gold  claims  in  the  area  known  as  the  Pas  Mineral  Belt,  for  the 
years  1922,  1923  and  1924.  the  income  for  the  same  years  from  the  following 
sources:  entry  fees,  in  lieu  of  development  work,  renewals,  surveying,  rentals, 
royalties;  also  total  amount  expended  by  the  Department  of  Mines  during  the 
above  years  for  development  and  administration  of  the  said  area.  Presented 
April  16,  1925.    Mr.  Bird Not  printed. 

176.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General,  of  March  9,  1925,  for 

copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  documents  and  correspondence,  between  January 
1,  1922,  and  February  25,  1924,  between  R.  H.  Gale  and  any  minister  or  official  of 
the  Dominion  Government ;  and,  between  R.  H.  Gale  and  the  Vancouver  Harbour 
Commission,  and  between  Vancouver  Harbour  Commissioners  and  any  minister  or 
official  of  the  Dominion  Government;  and,  between  any  representative  of  the 
Spillers  interests  and  the  Harbour  Commissioners,  and,  or  any  minister  of  the 
Crown  and  official  of  the  Government,  regarding  the  negotiations  for  lease  or 
sale  of  certain  waterfront  property  in  the  Vancouver  Harbour,  upon  which  is  now 
erected  what  is  known  as  the  Spillers  elevator,  and  which  property  lies  immedi- 
ately east  of  the  Vancouver  Harbour  Commissioners  elevator  No.  1.  Also,  copy 
of  any  letters,  agreements,  schedules  of  fees,  assignments,  transfers,  and  other 
documents  appertaining  thereto.    Presented  April  20,  1925.     Mr.  Black  (Yukon). 

Not  printed. 

177.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

and  other  documents  received  by  the  Post  Office  Department,  relating  to  the 
dismissal  of  Mrs.  Pierre  F.  Boudreau,  as  postmistress  of  Inkerman,  Gloucester 
County,  New  Brunswick,  and  the  appointment  of  the  present  postmaster. 
Presented  April    20,    1925.     Mr.   Doucet Not   printed. 

178.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  11,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

between  the  Gold  Commissioner  of  the  Yukon,  the  Surveyor  General,  the 
Director  General  of  Surveys,  any  official  of  the  Government  and  any  person  con- 
cerning the  survey  and  plan  of  the  townsite  of  Keno  City,  in  the  Yukon  Territory. 
Presented  April  20,  1925.    Mr.  Black  (Yukon) Not  printed. 

179.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  1,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  telegrams  and  communications  passed  between  the  Honourable  Member 
for  Skeena,  and  any  Minister  or  official  of  the  Government,  in  relation  to 
the  "  Halibut  Treaty "  with  the  United  States ;  also,  all  letters,  telegrams  and 
communications  of  whatsoever  kind,  passed  between  the  said  Honourable  Member 
for  Skeena  and  any  Minister  or  official  of  the  Government  relating  to  the  "close 
season  for  Halibut  on  the  Pacific";  also,  all  petitions,  letters  and  communications 
from  other  persons  forwarded  by  the  said  Honourable  Member  for  Skeena,  to  any 
Minister  or  official  of  the  Government,  relating  to  the  said  "  Halibut  Treaty  "  or 
the  "Close  Season  for  Halibut."    Presented  April  20,  1925.     Mr.  Black  (Yukon). 

Not  printed. 

180.  Return  to   an   Order  of  the  House   of  April  6,   1925,  for  a  return   giving   a   list  of 

the  200  odd  industries  referred  to  by  the  Minister  of  the  Interior  in  his  speech  at 
page  1748  of  Hansard,  1925,  as  having  been  established  along  the  line  of  the 
Canadian  National  Railway  from  Fort  William  eastward  and  the  location  of  each. 
Presented  April  20,  1925.     Sir  Henry  Drayton Not  printed. 

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181.  Return  to  an  Order   of   the  Senate,  dated  March   18,   1925,  showing: — What  is  the 

number  of  steamships  that  cleared  for  ports  outside  of  Canada  during  1924 — (a) 
with  cargo  alone;  (b)  with  passengers  alone;  (c)  with  cargo  and  passengers,  from 
Montreal,  Quebec,  Vancouver,  Halifax  and  St.  John,  respectively.  Presented 
April  21,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Tanner Not  printed. 

182.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  March  7,  1925,  showing: — 1.  On  what  dates 

during  1923  and  1924  did  the  Chief  Inspector  of  Customs  and  Excise  Department 
visit  the  cities  of  Toronto,  Montreal,  Winnipeg,  Quebec  and  Vancouver,  respect- 
ively, for  inspectorial  purposes.  2.  On  what  dates,  during  1923  and  1924,  did  any 
assistant  inspector  from  the  Chief  Inspector's  office  at  Ottawa,  visit  the  said  cities 
respectively  for  inspectorial  purposes.  3.  WTho  were  the  assistant  inspectors  who 
made  the  visits.    Presented  April  21,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Tanner Not  printed. 

183.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General,  of  February  19,  1925, 

for  returns  showing: — 1.  The  amount  spent  by  the  Government  of  Canada  in 
relieving  unemployment  in  Canada  in  Winnipeg,  Hamilton,  Toronto,  Vancouver 
and  Montreal  during  the  past  six  years.  2.  Whether  the  Government  during  these 
years  had  any  agreement  with  the  provinces  and  municipalities  as  to  any  form  of 
relief;  if  so,  what  the  arrangement  was.  3.  Whether  any  steps  have  been  taken 
during  this  winter  by  the  Government  alone  or  with  the  provinces  or  municipalities 
to  take  care  of  unemployment,  and  to  regulate  and  prevent  the  dumping  of  those 
out  of  work  in  the  larger  centres  of  population.  Presented  April  22,  1925.  Mr. 
Church Not   printed. 

183a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  2,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1. 
Whether  any  report  was  received  by  the  Government  from  any  mayors  or  muni- 
cipal authorities  in  Western  Ontario  to  meet  the  Government  regarding  the  relief 
of  unemployment,  or  any  other  application  received  for  unemployment  relief  and 
from  whom.  2.  Correspondence  held  with  the  municipal  authorities  aforesaid,  and 
replies  sent  by  the  Government.  3.  Whether  the  Government  declined  to  meet 
them.  4.  If  so,  why,  and  whether  they  were  notified  not  to  come  to  Ottawa,  and 
by  whom.  5.  Whether  the  Government  will  afford  the  House  an  opportunity  at  an 
early  date  of  discussing  the  whole  subject  of  unemployment  in  Canada.  6.  If  so, 
when.    Presented  April  22,  1925.    Mr.  Church Not  printed. 

183b.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General,  of  February  19, 
1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  agreements,  correspondence,  letters  and  other  data 
exchanged  between  the  Government  of  Canada  and  municipalities  or  provinces, 
relating  to  unemployment,  including  a  return  as  to  what  action  was  taken  at 
conferences  between  the  aforesaid  governments  on  this  question,  and  showing  the 
amount  spent  on  unemployment  by  the  Government  of  Canada  during  the  past 
four  years  for  unemployment  relief.    Presented  April  22,  1925.    Mr.  Church. 

Not  printed. 

184.  Return   to    an   Order   of   the   House    of   March    30,    1925,   for   a   Return    showing: — 

1.  Number  of  non-residents  of  Toronto  appointed  to  positions  in  the  employ  of  the 
Government  in  Toronto  during  each  of  the  past  three  years  in  the  various  govern- 
ment departments.  2.  By  whom  these  appointments  were  made.  Presented  April 
22,  1925.     Mr.  Church. Not  printed. 

185.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  April  21,  1925,  showing: — How  much  money 

has  been  paid  from  1911  to  1924,  inclusive,  for  printing,  advertisements  and  annual 
subscriptions  each  j'ear,  respectively,  to  the  Montreal  Gazette.  Presented  April 
22,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Roche Not  printed. 

186.  Report  on  Civil  Aviation,  including  Civil  Operations  for  other  Government  Depart- 

ments, undertaken  by  the  Royal  Canadian  Air  Force  for  the  year  1924.  (Depart- 
ment of  National  Defence).    Presented  April  30,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

187.  Return   to    an   Order   of   the    House    of   April    8,    1925,    for    a    copy    of    instructions 

given  to  Dr.  Hume  and  Mr.  Russell  in  connection  with  their  visit  to  the  County 
of  Lambton,  and  their  investigations  into  the  Production  of  Crude  Petroleum  in 
that  county,  and  all  letters  or  reports  written  or  made  by  them  or  either  of 
them  thereon,  and  all  correspondence  relating  thereto.  Presented  April  23,  1925. 
Mr.  Lesueur Not  printed. 

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188.  Return   to    an   Order   oi   the   House   of   March    16,    1925,   for   a    copy   of   all    corre- 

spondence passing  betwen  Quebec  Harbour  Commissioners  and  any  Minister,  or 
department,  or  official  of  any  department  of  the  Government  during  the  year  1924, 
in  reference  to  advances  by  the  Dominion  Government  from  votes  by  Parliament; 
also,  a  copy  of  the  report  of  the  Board  of  Audit  in  regard  to  the  affairs  of  the 
Quebec  Harbour  Commissioners  made  during  the  year  1924;  also,  a  copy  of  a 
report  of  any  individual  member  of  the  Board  of  Audit  made  in  addition  to  the 
report  of  the  Board.    Presented  April  23.  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens.     Not  printed. 

189.  Return   to    an   Order    of    the    House    of    March    2,    1925,    for    a    Return   showing: — 

1.  How  many  soldier  settlers  in  Manitoba  were  granted  loans  prior  to  December 
31,  1924.  2.  How  many  of  these  abandoned  their  farms  prior  to  December  31, 
1924.  3.  How  many  of  the  farms  abandoned  in  Manitoba  were  resold.  4.  Average 
net  loss  on  the  farms  in  Manitoba  thus  resold,  not  including  interest,  taxes,  >cost 
of  sales,  etc.  5.  How  many  soldier  settlers  still  on  their  farms  in  Manitoba  were 
in  arrears  with  payments  on  December  31,  1924,  and  to  what  extent.  6.  On  how 
many  abandoned  farms  in  Manitoba  has  no  salvage  sale  of  stocks  and  equipment 
yet  been  held.    Presented  April  23,  1925.     Mr.  Bancroft Not  printed. 

190.  Sixth  Annual  Report  of  the  Board  of  Directors  of  Canadian  Government  Merchant 

Marine,  Limited,  for  the  year  ended  December  31,  1924.  Presented  April  23, 
1925 Presented  in  printed  jorm. 

191.  Correspondence  between   the   Government  of   Canada  and   the    Government   of  the 

United  States  from  April  29,  1924,  to  March  19,  1925,  in  regard  to  the  St. 
Lawrence   Waterway  Project.     Presented  April  23,   1925 Not  printed. 

191a.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  April  27,  1925,  for 
a  copy  of  all  correspondence  of  whatever  nature  it  may  be,  exchanged  between  the 
Government  of  Canada  and  that  of  the  United  States  or  between  any  officials  of 
said  governments,  either  through  the  Departments  or  Commissioners  from  June  1, 

1924,  up  to  this  present  date,  in  connection  with  the  'St.  Lawrence  Waterway 
Scheme,  the  diversion  of  the  waters  of  Lake  Michigan  for  the  Chicago  Drainage 
Canal  and  the  diversion  of  the  waters  of  Niagara  Falls.  Presented  May  14,  1925. 
Mr.  Archambault Not  printed. 

192.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  8,  1926,  for  a  copy  of  all  papers,  reports, 

writings,  telegrams  and  other  documents  written  by  Dr.  Peter  McGibbon  in  the 
year  1921  to  the  Canadian  Government  Merchant  Marine,  Limited,  or  to  any  of 
the  officials  of  the  then  Government  mentioned  in  a  letter  dated,  Bracebridge, 
October  6,  1921,  and  addressed  to  the  Hon.  J.  H.  Stewart,  Minister  of  Railways, 
a  copy  of  which  was  tabled  some  time  ago;  also  a  copy  of  all  answers  to  such 
letters,  telegrams,  etc.,  forwarded  to  Dr.  Peter  M'cGibbon.     Presented  April  24, 

1925.  Mr.  Hammell Not  printed. 

193.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  16,  1924,  for  a  Return  showing  the  total 

number  of  permanent  civil  servants  employed  in  the  various  public  services  of 
'Canada,  exclusive  of  railway  employees,  during  each  of  the  years;  1917,  1918, 
1919,  1920,  1921,  1922,  1923.  2.  Total  amount  paid  to  said  employees  during  each 
of  the  above  years.    Presented  April  27,  1925.     Mr.  Benoit Not  printed. 

194.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  30,  1925,  for  a  return  showing,  in  detail, 

"  Contra  accounts  against  the  Dominion  Government  for  services  rendered "  by 
the  Quebec  Board  of  Harbour  Commissioners,  and  referred  to  in  answer  to 
questions  on  page  1317  of  Hansard.    Presented  April  27,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens. 

Not  printed. 

195.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  27,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Amount 

of  insurance  carried  on  property  in  Vancouver:  (a)  In  the  name  of  the  Dominion 
Government;  (b)  In  the  name  of  Vancouver  Harbour  Commissioners;  (c)  In  the 
name  of  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners.  2.  Total  premium  paid  on  said 
insurance  for  each  of  the  years  during  1922,  1923,  1924.  3.  To  whom  the  said 
insurance  was  given  and  the  agents  of  the  companies  with  whoni  said  insurance 
was  placed.     Presented  April  27,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens Not  printed. 

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196.  Partial    Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    February    16,    1925,    for    a    return 

showing  number  of  employees  in  the  several  departments  in  the  public  service 
for  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1924,  designated  in  accordance  with  the 
new  classification  schedules,  and  showing  salary  paid  in  each  case.  Presented 
April  29,  1925.     Mr.  Sutherland Not  printed. 

197.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  16,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

documents,  and  other  communications  regarding  the  leasing  of  certain  property 
in  the  lower  French  Indian  Reserve  to  one  V.  Grenon,  and  also  relating  to  any 
complaints  or  requests  for  cancellation  of  the  said  lease.  Presented  May  1, 
1925.     Mr.  Arthurs Not  printed. 

198.  Return    to    an   Order    of    the    House    of    March    9,    1925,    for   a    copy    of    all    corre- 

spondence, vouchers,  pay-lists,  and  other  documents,  in  connection  with  repairs 
effected  to  the  piers  at  Grand  Etang,  Inverness  County,  Nova  Scotia,  during  the 
fiscal  years  1922-23  and  1923-24.     Presented  May   1,  1925.     Mr.  Black  (Halifax). 

Not    printed. 

199.  Return    to   an    Order   of    the    House    of    March   25,    1925,   for   a    copy    of    each   and 

every  report  made  by  inspectors  of  work  at  Vancouver,  British  Columbia, 
representing  the  Dominion  Government,  or  the  Vancouver  Harbour  Commission, 
on  (a)  No.  1  elevator  extension;  (b)  No.  1  elevator  jetty  and  superstructure;  (c) 
No.  2  elevator;  (d)  No.  3  elevator  extension  and  jetty.  Presented  May  1,  1925. 
Hon.    Mr.    Stevens Not    printed. 

200.  Return    to    an   Order    of    the    Senate,    dated    March    12,    1925,    to    include: — Copies 

of  all  correspondence,  statutory  declarations,  statements  and  other  documents  in 
the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise  relating  to  the  seizure 
of  intoxicating  liquors  at  the  premises  of  Lambert  Matthews  of  Edwardsville, 
Cape  Breton  County,  N.S.,  in  December,  1924.  Presented  May  5,  1925.  Hon.  Mr. 
Ta  nner  Not  printed. 

201.  Return    to    an    Order    of   the    Senate,    dated    March    12,    1925,   to    include: — Copies 

of  all  correspondence,  statutory  declarations,  statements  and  other  documents  in 
the  possession  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise  relating  to  the  seizure 
in  December,  1924,  of  intoxicating  liquors  claimed  by  Neil  M.  MacDona'ld,  hotel 
keeper  of  Reserve  Mines,  County  of  Cape  Breton,  N.S.  Presented  May  5,  1925. 
Hon.   Mr.  Tanner Not   printed. 

202.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  16,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  documents, 

contracts,  estimates,  pay  sheets,  vouchers,  correspondence  and  other  papers  relating: 
(a)  To  the  acquisition  of  a  site  for  the  Dartmouth  Pier,  Nova  Scotia,  constructed 
since  1921.  and  (b)  To  construction  of  said  pier  and  the  approaches  thereto. 
Presented  May  7,  1925.     Mr.  Black   (Halifax) Not  printed. 

203.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

and  other  documents  received  by  the  Post  Office  Department  since  January  1, 
1924,  with  reference  to  giving  a  direct  mail  service  between  Adamsville  and 
Beersville,  in  the  county  of  Kent,  New  Brunswick.  Presented  May  11,  1925.  Mr. 
Doucet   Not  printed. 

204.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    May    4,    1925,    for    a    Return    showing: — 

1.  Whether  the  Dominion  Government  owns  a  block  of  territory  in  British 
Columbia  known  as  the  Peace  River  Block.  Hf  so,  the  total  area.  2.  What 
considerations  were  given  to  British  Columbia  in  return  for  the  surrender  of  the 
said  area  to  the  Dominion  Government.  3.  Whether  an}'  of  the  land  in  the  said 
Peace  River  Block  within  the  boundaries  of  the  Province  of  British  Columbia 
has  been  sold  or  leased  If  so,  (a)  how  much;  (b)  in  how  many  separate  parcels; 
(o)  the  total  amount  received  from  the  sale  price  of  the  property  or  in  return 
for  lease,  or  in  rentals,  if  leased.     Presented  May  11,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens. 

Not  printed. 

205.  Return    to    an    Order    of    the    House    of    April    20,    1925,    for    a    Return    showing: — 

1.  How  many  coal  leases  have  been  granted  in  the  Drumheller,  Rosedale  and 
Wayne  fields.  2.  The  total  area  of  each  original  lease.  3.  To  whom  these  leases 
were  granted.  4.  How  many  of  these  leases  have  been  subsequently  subleased. 
5.  The  area  of  each  section  subleased.    6.  The  present  lessee.    7.  The  amount  of 

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arrears  of  rentals  or  royalties  at  the  time  of  abandonment  of  the  original  leases 
or  of  subleasing.  8.  How  many  of  the  abandoned  leases  have  been  again  leased. 
Presented  May  11,  1925.     Mr.  Garland  (Bow  River) Not  printed. 

206.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the   Governor  General   of  April  27,   1925, 

for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence  and  other  documents  passing  between  the  executive 
officers  of  the  Canadian  National  Railways  and  the  Temiskaming  and  Northern 
Ontario  Railway  Commission  or  any  of  its  officers,  and  between  the  Canadian 
(National  Railways  and  the  Government  of  Canada  or  any  of  the  Ministers 
thereof,  and  between  any  of  the  abovementioned  and  the  Government  of  the 
Province  of  Quebec  or  any  of  the  Ministers  or  officials  thereof,  regarding  the 
proposed  extension  of  the  Temiskaming  and  Northern  Ontario  Railway  subsidiary 
(the  Nipissing  Central)  into  Rouyn.    Presented  May  14,  1925.     Mr.  McQuarrie. 

Not  printed. 

206a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  June  17,  1925,  showing: — Copies  of  all 
correspondence  relating  to  the  construction  or  obstruction  of  the  Nipissing  rail- 
way in  the  province  of  Quebec.    Presented  June  22,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Gordon. 

Not  printed. 

206b.  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  913,  dated  June  11,  1925,  with  reference  to  an  application 
of  the  Nipissing  Central  Railway.    Presented  (Senate)  June  26,  1925. ..Not  printed. 

207.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  30.  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

and  other  papers  relating  to  change  of  the  post  office  at  Big  Beach,  Cape  Breton 
County,  Nova  Scotia.    Presented  May   14,   1925.    Mr.  Jones Not  printed. 

208.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  16,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

•cables,  telegrams,  and  other  negotiations  which  may  have  taken  place  during  the 
years  1923  and  1924  and  1925,  between  the  Minister  of  Railways  and  Canals  and/ 
or  his  Department,  and/or  any  other  Member  of  the  Government  and  any 
individual,  firms  or  companies  wherever  situated,  relating  to  the  purchase  or  sale 
of  the  Canadian  Government  Merchant  'Marine  steamers,  as  a  whole,  or  for  any 
part  thereof.    Presented   May   15,   1925.     Mr.  Black    (Halifax) Not  Printed. 

209.  Correspondence  in  regard  to  the  trade  agreement  with  Finland.    Presented  May  18, 

1925 ; Not  printed. 

210.  Statement  of  principal  imports  from  Netherlands  and  colonies  to  Canada,  during  the 

fiscal  year  ended  March,  1925.  Presented  May  18,  1925 Not  printed. 

211.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  1,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

exchanged  between  the  Postmaster  General,  the  Civil  Service  Commission  and  all 
other  persons,  relative  to  the  appointment  of  a  postmaster  at  Glace  Bay,  Nova 
Scotia.    Presented    May    18,    1925.    iMr.   Black    (Halifax) Not  printed. 

212.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  6,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  a  report  made  during 

the  year  1924,  by  M.  H.  MoLeod,  Chief  Consulting  Engineer  of  the  Canadian 
National  Railways,  regarding  the  possibility  of  operating  street  cars  over  the 
Victoria    Bridge,    Montreal.    Presented    May    19,    1925.    Hon.    Mr.    Stevens. 

Not  printed. 

213.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  11,  1925,  for  a  return  showing  the  maximum 

grades  between  engine  runs  from,  (a)  Calgary  to  Vancouver  on  the  Canadian 
Pacific  Railway;  (b)  Edmonton  to  Vancouver  on  the  Canadian  National  Railways; 
(c)  Fort  William  to  North  Bay  on  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway;  (d)  Superior 
Junction  to  Cochrane  on  the  Canadian  National  Railways;  (e)  North  Bay  to 
Montreal  on  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway;  (/)  Cochrane  to  Quebec  on  the 
Canadian  .National  Railways;  (g)  Farnham  to  MoAdam  Junction  on  the  Canadian 
Pacific  Railway;  and  (h)  Levis  to  McGivney  Junction,  New  Brunswick,  on  the 
Canadian  National  Railways.    Presented  May  19,  1925.    Mr.  Movm..  Not  printed. 

214.  Return  to   an  Order  of  the  House   of  May   13,  1925,  for  a   copy  of  the  report  of 

Colonel  Machin  to  Governor  in  Council  respecting  the  Quebec  dots  of  1917. 
Presented  May  22,  1925.    Mr.  Doucet Not  printed. 

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214a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  10,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  the  report  made 
by  Lieutenant-Colonel  H.  A.  Machin  to  the  Honourable  the  Minister  of  Justice 
with  regard  to  the  Quebec  disturbances  in  the  early  part  of  April,  1918.  Presented 
June    15,    1925.     Mr.    Doucet Not  printed. 

215.  Copy   of  correspondence  between   the   Honourable   E.   J.  MclMurray,   MP.   and   the 

Prime  Minister,  concerning  the  former's  resignation  as  Solicitor  'General  of 
Canada.    Presented    May   22,    1925 Not  printed. 

216.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  27,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Names 

of  the  doctors  who  were  officially  appointed  as  medical  advisers  to  the  employees 
of   the   Canadian    National   Railways,   at   Riviere    du  Loup,   from    1900    to   date. 

2.  From  and  to  what  date  each  of  them  performed  these  duties.  3.  On  whose 
recommendation  each  of  them  was  appointed.  4.  Whether  such  a  post  entitles 
the  holder  to  a  pass  on  the  Canadian  National  Railways.  Presented  May  25,  1925. 
-Mr.   Pouliot    Not  printed. 

217.  Copy    of    Interim    Report    of   Imperial    Shipping   Committee    on    Canadian    Marine 

Insurance  Rates.     Presented  May  25,  1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

218.  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May   19,   1924,  for  a  copy  of 

all  correspondence,  telegrams,  leases  or  other  documents  exchanged  between  the 
'Government  or  any  member  thereof,  and  any  obher  parties  in  any  way  relating 
to  a  lease  which  has  recently  been  given  on  Peigan  Indian  Reserves  to  the  Hon. 
Mr.  McLean.     Presented  May  26,  1925.     Mr.  Coote Not  printed. 

219.  Return    to    an    Order   of    the    House    of   April    22,    1925,   for   a   Return   showing: — 

1.  Whether  the  Government  acquired  by  purchase  or  otherwise  since  1921,  a  wharf 
property  at  Lockeport,  Nova  Scotia.    2.  When  it  was  acquired  and  from  whom. 

3.  The  price  of  the  property.  4.  Whether  any  repairs  or  additions  have  been 
made  to  the  property  since  it  was  acquired.  5.  If  so,  when  the  same  were  made, 
and  the  cost  thereof.  And  also  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  22, 
1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  reports,  estimates,  statements,  specifications,  offers,  accounts, 
vouchers,  correspondence  and  other  papers  relating  to  the  Government  wharf  at 
Lockeport,  Nova  Scotia,  and  repairs  and  additions  thereto  since  the  year  1921. 
Presented   May  27,   1925.    'Mr.   Jones Not  printed. 

220.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  27,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

and  other  documents  received  by  the  Post  Office  Department  relating  to  the 
dismissal  of  Albert  E.  Robichaud,  as  postmaster  of  Lameque,  Gloucester  County, 
New  Brunswick,  together  with  a  copy  of  the  evidence  taken  at  the  inquiry,  the 
report  of  the  investigator  and  all  correspondence  relating  to  the  appointment  of 
v  the  new  postmaster.     Presented  May  27,  1925.     Mr.  Doucet Not  printed. 

221.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  27,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  appointment  of  the  new  postmaster  at 
St.  Ignace,  electoral  district  of  Kent,  New  Brunswick.  Presented  May  27,  1925. 
iMr.  Doucet   Not  printed. 

222.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  20,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

and  communications  between  the  Government,  any  member  or  official  of  the 
Government,  and  any  persons,  during  the  past  three  years,  concerning  the  disposal 
of  the  Government  property  situate  on  the  southwest  corner  of  Granville  and 
Pender  Streets,  Vancouver,  known  as  the  old  post  office  property.  Presented 
May  27,   1925.     Mr.  Black   {Yukon) : Not  printed. 

222a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  8,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 
letters,  telegrams,  options,  agreements,  and  other  documents,  regarding  the  purchase 
of  the  Winch  Building,  Vancouver,  British  Columbia.  Also  a  copy  of  tenders 
or  letters  offering  to  purchase  the  old  post  office  building  and  site  on  the  corner 
of  Pender  and  Granville  streets,  Vancouver.  Presented  June  19,  1925.  Sir  Henry 
Drayton Not  printed. 

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223.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  the  18th  May,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 

1.  How  much  Federal  money  has  'been  expended  'by  the  .National  or  Quebec 
Battlefields  Commission  in  monuments  and  historic  sites  in  Quebec.  2.  How 
much  Federal  money  has  been  expended  for  like  purposes  in  the  Maritime 
Provinces.  3.  What  monuments  have  been  erected  in  the  Maritime  Provinces, 
and  their  respective  costs.  4.  Whether  the  character,  design  and  inscriptions  of 
these  monuments  were  ever  submitted  to  any  Government,  historical  authority, 
or  historical  society,  previous  to  erection  and,  if  so,  did  they  meet  their  com- 
mendation.    Presented  May  28,   1925.     Mr.   Black   (Halifax) Not  printed. 

224.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  27,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing  number 

of  civil  servants  who  are  eligible  to  come  under  the  provisions  of  the  Civil  Service 
Superannuation  Act,  192(4.    Presented  May  29,  1925.    Mr.  McQuarrie.  .Not  printed. 

225.  Return  showing  number  of  clerks,  both  permanent  and  temporary,  with  their  salaries, 

employed  in  the  Department  of  External  Affairs,  1921-1922  and  1925-1926. 
Presented   June   5,   1925 Not  printed. 

226.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  886,  dated  June  5,   1925,  respecting  Freight  Rates. 

Presented  June  8.   1925 Printed  for  distribution   to  Senators  and   Members. 

227.  Return   to   an   Order  of  the   Senate,  dated   April  28,   1925,   for  the  production   of  a 

comparative  statement  of  the  Importation  from  England  and  the  United  States, 
of  shoes,  or  iron,  steel,  and  woollen  manufactured  goods,  during  the  last  three 
years  ending  April  1,  1925.    Presented  June  9,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  David.  .Not  printed. 

228.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  11,  1925,  for  a  return  showing  statement 

made  out  by  Messrs.  Wilson  and  Wilson,  in  October,  1924.  as  auditors  for  Van- 
couver Harbour  Commissioners,  covering  the  operation  of  No.  1  elevator,  for 
crop  year  ending  July  31,  1924.     Presented  June  11,  1925.    Hon.  Mr.  Stevens. 

Not  printed. 

229.  Copy  of  Interim  Report  of  the  Registrar  of  the  Combines  Investigation  Act,   1923, 

of  his  investigation  into  an  alleged  combine  operating  to  limit  competition  in 
connection  with  the  marketing  of  the  New  Brunswick  potato  crop,  dated  June 
9,  1925.  Presented  June   11,   1925 Presented  in  printed  form. 

230.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  25,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:    1.  Number 

of  translators   employed   by    the  Senate   and   House   of   Commons,   respectively. 

2.  Number  of  translators  employed  by  the  public  departments  in  Ottawa,  or 
branches  of  the  Government  Service.  3.  Duties  of  the  Blue  Book  translation 
staff  of  the  House  of  Commons.  4.  Whether  the  Blue  Book  translation  staff  has 
been  relieved1  of  the  duty  of  translating  the  annual  departmental  reports.  5.  If 
so,  why  and  upon  whose  authority.     Presented  June  12,  1925.    Mr.  Hodten. 

Not  printed. 

231.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  27,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  telegrams,  and  communications  passed  between  the  Government,  any 
member  or  official  of  the  Government,  and  any  persons  concerning  the  establish- 
ment of  Drumheller  as  a  Customs  Excise  Outport,  and  Warehouse  Port,  under 
the  survey  of  the  Port  of  Calgary,  Alta.  Presented  June  12,  1925.  Mr.  Garland 
(Bow   River) Not    printed. 

232.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  11,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  Name, 

rank,  position,  and  pension  of  each  officer  on  the  Staff  at  Headquarters,  Ottawa, 
and  the  Military  Districts,  who  has  been  retired  from  the  service,  from  January 
1,  1924,  to  March  1,  1925.  2.  Name,  rank,  position,  and  salary,  including  pay  and 
•all  allowances,  of  each  officer  of  the  Staff  at  Headquarters,  Ottawa,  and  the 
Military  Districts,  who  has  received:  (a)  an  extension  of  term;  (b)  a  reappoint- 
ment, from  January  1,  1924,  to  March  1,  1925.  3.  Who  recommended  to  the 
Minister  and  the  Deputy  Minister  of  the  Department  of  National  Defence: 
(a)  the  retirement  of  an  officer;  (b)  the  extension  of  term  to  an  officer;  (c)  a 
reappointment  of  an  officer;  (d)  the  promotion  of  an  officer.  4.  Name  of  each 
officer  of  the  Staff  at  the  General  Headquarters  and  Local  Headquarters,  Ottawa, 
and  in  the  Military  Districts,  who  has  held  the  same  rank  more  than  four  years, 
and  the  tenure  of  appointment  of  all  positions  on  the  Staff.    5.  The  intention  of 

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the  Minister  of  the  Department  of  National  Defence  regarding  those  officers  who 
have  not  been  promoted  in  the  army  for  many  years.  Presented  June  15,  1925. 
Mr.   Doucet ,. Not  printed. 

233.  Return  to   an   Order   of  the   House   of  March   11;    1925,  for  a   Return  showing:    1. 

Tenure  of  appointment  of  an  officer  commanding  a  Military  District.  2.  Names 
of  the  officers  commanding  the  Military  Districts  of  Halifax,  Nova  Scotia;  St. 
John,  New  Brunswick;  Toronto,  Ontario;  Montreal,  Quebec;  Quebec,  Quebec; 
from  August  1,  1912,  to  March  1,  1925.  3.  During  the  above  years,  (a)  the  date 
of  the  first  appointment  as  officer  commanding  a  Military  District  of  each  of  the 
above  officers;  (b)  the  date  of  each  reappointment;  (c)  the  date  of  each  exten- 
sion of  term;  (d)  the  total  number  of  years  of  service  as  officer  commanding  a 
Military  District.  4.  Whether  it  is  the  intention  of  the  Minister  and  the  Depart- 
ment of  National  Defence  to  maintain  in  his  position  an  officer  commanding  a 
Military  District  for  a  term  of  more  than  four  or  five  years,  by  this  fact  stopping 
promotion  to  .a  lot  of  officers  of  the  Permanent  Force  well  qualified  and  available 
for  such  a  position.    Presented  June  15,  1925.    Mr.  Doucet Not  printed. 

234.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  11,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  Whether 

any  June  or  other  training  camps  are  being  held  for  the  Militia.  2.  If  so,  where 
and  for  what  units  and  length  of  time.  3.  What  will  be  done  this  year  for  artillery 
units  as  to  training.     Presented  June  15,  1925.     Mr.  Church Not  printed. 

235.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  1,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  the  lease  made  by 

the  ho'ding  company  of  the  Scribe  Hotel  property  in  Paris  purchased  by  the 
Canadian  National  Railway  System,  and  any  other  papers  and  documents  in 
any  way  relating  to  the  said  lease  of  the  said  property  or  the  title  thereof. 
Presented  June  15,  1925.     Sir  Henry  Drayton Not  printed. 

236.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  4,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  Total 

cost  of  the  investigation  lately  conducted  by  David  Campbell,  K.C.,  of  Winni- 
peg, into  the  supplies  of  coal  and  other  matters  affecting  Military  District  No. 
10.  2.  Whether  any  suspensions  of  Militia  Officers  have  been  made  as  result 
and  if  so  what  officers  have  been  suspended,  if  any.  3.  Whether  such  militia 
officers,  if  so  suspended,  were  given  the  opportunity  to  conduct  their  defence  with 
the  assistance  of  counsel.  4.  Whether  such  militia  officers  so  suspended,  if  any, 
were  accorded  the  right  of  an  officer  to  court  martial.  5.  In  each  case  of  an 
officer  so  suspended,  if  any,  the  reason,  and  how  long  the  suspension  lasted. 
6.  Whether  any  such  officer  so  suspended  is  drawnig  his  regular  military  pay 
while  under  suspension.  7.  Fees  paid  each  counsel  for  the  Government  in  the 
matter  or  for  the  Commission.     Presented  June  16..  1925.     Mr.  Ross  (Kingston). 

Not  printed. 

236a.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  4,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:  1.  Total 
cost  of  the  Commission  appointed  by  the  Government  regarding  the  coal  enquiry 
at  Tuxedo  Barracks,  Winnipeg.  2.  What  amount  the  Commissioners  received. 
3.  Whether  the  Government  received  any  objection  as  to  the  amount  paid  from 
Winnipeg  or  elsewhere.     Presented  June   16,   1925     Mr.  Arthurs Not  printed. 

2366.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  2,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  accounts  sent  in 
to  the  Government  for  payment  for  services  rendered  by  Commissioner  David 
Campbell,  K.C.,  and  D.  R.  MacLean,  Government  Counsel,  during  the  enquiry 
•into  coal  supplied  at  Tuxedo  Barracks,  Winnipeg,  together  with  a  copy  of  all 
correspondence  passing  between  the  Solicitor  General,  or  any  other  official  of  the 
Government  or  any  department  thereof,  and  Messrs.  Campbell  and  MacLean, 
or  any  other  person  or  persons,  in  connection  with  said  accounts.  Presented 
June   20,   1925.     Mr.   Arthurs Not   printed. 

236c.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  March  2,  1925. 
for  a  copy  of  all  telegrams,  letters,  Orders  m  Council,  evidence  and  report  or 
reports,  and  other  documents  in  connection  with  the  investigation  lately  conducted 
by  David  Campbell,  K.C.,  of  Winnipeg,  into  the  supplies  of  coal  and  other  matters 
affecting  Military  District  10,  and  especially  copies  of  telegrams  passing  between 
the  Solicitor  General  and  the  said  Commissioner  or  Counsel  for  the  Commission 
and  between  the  Defence  Department  and  the  Commissioner  or  Counsel  for  the 

Commission.     Mr.  Ross  (Kingston) Not  printed. 

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Also,— Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  30,  1925,  for  a  copy  of 
correspondence  passing  between  the  Department  of  National  Defence  or  the 
Department  of  Justice  and  the  Canadian  Coal  Sales  Company,  Limited,  in  the 
years  1924  and  1925,  and  also,  for  a  copy  of  all  charges  made,  in  relation  to  the 
sale  of  coal  or  otherwise,  affecting  militia  officers  at  Winnipeg  in  the  said  years 
with  the  name  of  the  party  making  such  charges,  and  also,  for  a  copy  of  the 
reports  of  General  Ketchen,  with  respect  to  said  Charges.  Hon.  Mr.  Stevens. 
Presented  June  22,   1925 Not   printed. 

237.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  10,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing:— 1.  Amounts 

paid  per  year  by  the  Government  of  Canada  to  the  Honourable  E.  N.  Rhodes, 
during  the  years  1919-1920,  1920-1921,  and  1921-1922.  2.  Amounts  paid  during 
these  years  for  cab  hire  for  Mr.  Rhodes.  Presented  June  16,  1925.  Mr. 
Carruthers Not  printed. 

238.  Copy   of  Report   on  Problems  relating  to   Grading   of   Grain;   Copy   of   Report   of 

Dominion  Grain  Research  Laboratory,  dated  August  9,  1924;  Memoranda  pre- 
pared by  Dr.  Robert  Newton,  and  Dr.  G.  S.  Whitby,  regarding  the  report  of  the 
Dominion  Grain  Research  Laboratory.    Presented  June  17,  1925 Not  printed. 

239.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  1,  1925,  for  a  return  showing  the  cost  to 

the  Government  of  all  leather  goods  used  by  the  Medical  Branch  of  the  Soldiers' 
Oivil-Re-establishment  in  Edmonton,  Alberta.  Presented  June  17,  1925.  Mr. 
Kellner Not    printed. 

240.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  30,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

annual  cost  of  the  Soldier  Settlement  Board  since  its  inception:  (a)  amount 
spent  on  rent  of  offices,  and  where  the  offices  are  located;  (b)  amount  spent  on 
salaries;  (c)  how  much  the  head  office  in  each  province  cost;  (d)  amount 
expended  in  other  ways,  as  overhead.  2.  Number  of  farms  purchased  under  the 
Soldier  Settlement  Board:  (a)  by  provinces;  (6)  amount  paid  per  farm;  (c)  the 
area  of  each  farm  in  acres.  3.  Number  of  farms  occupied  under  the  Board,  by 
provinces.  4.  The  total  amount  loaned  to  settlers:  (a)  amount  of  such  loans 
expended  in  permanent  improvements;  (b)  amount  of  such  loans  expended  in 
purchasing  live  stock;  (c)  amounts  loaned  by  provinces;  (d)  rate  of  interest 
charged;  (e)  the  nature  of  the  securities  on  which  loans  were  made;  (/)  the 
currency  of  these  loans;  (g)  who  holds  the  mortgages.  5.  Number  of  farms,  by 
provinces,  which  have  been  retained,  and  the  present  economic  condition  of  these 
farms.  6.  Number  of  farms,  by  provinces,  vacated:  (a)  what  was  done  with 
such  farms;  (b)  what  happened  to  the  loans  made  on  such  farms.  7.  Whether 
all  such  settlers  were  required  to  carry  all  overhead  of  both  purchase  and 
equipment  loans.  8.  If  not,  what  percentage  they  were  supposed  to  carry,  and 
who  carried  the  rest.  9.  Who  determined  what  advance  should  be  made  to 
settlers  under  the  Board.     Presented  June  17,  1925.     Mr.  Irvine Not  printed. 

241.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  6,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

passing  to  and  from  the  Department  of  Public  Works  relating  to  the  wharf  at 
Matane,  including  copies  of  contracts,  if  any,  or  other  documents-  or  agreements 
relating  to  such  wharf.     Presented  June  17,  1925.     Mr.  Hanson Not  printed. 

242.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  25,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  specifications 

and  contracts  made  regarding  the  new  Halifax  elevator.  Presented  June  18, 
1925.      Mr.    Black    (Halifax) Not    printed. 

243.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  22,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

total  amount  spent  by  the  present  Government  since  coming  into  office  for 
public  printing,  aside  from  that  done  by  the  Printing  Bureau.  2.  The  names  of 
the  firms  or  individuals  awarded  this  printing,  what  amount  of  work  was  done 
by  each,  and  at  what  price  each  year  since  the  coming  into  power  of  the  present 
Government.     Presented  June  IS,  1925.     Mr.  Sutherland Not  printed. 

244.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  February  23,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  On 

what  date  and  by  what  authority  the  Dominion  of  Canada  acquired  the  North- 
west Territories  and  Rupert's  Land,  and  at  what  cost  to  the  Dominion  of  Canada 

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as  a  whole.  2.  The  total  cost  to  the  Dominion  of  Canada  as  a  whole  in 
administering  and  developing  said  Northwest  Territories  and  Rupert's  Land. 
3.  What  portion  of  the  Northwest  Territories  and  Rupert's  Land  is  still  owned 
by  the  Dominion  of  Canada.  4.  What  portion  of  the  Northwest  Territories 
retained  by  the  Dominion  of  Canada  lies  within  the  confines  of  each  of  the 
provinces  of  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberta.  5.  The  total  cost  to  the 
Dominion  of  Canada  of  administering  and  developing  the  last-mentioned  areas. 

6.  What  portion  of  the  lands  referred  to  in  paragraph  four  have  been  sold  or 
otherwise   disposed   of  since   same   were   acquired  by   the   Dominion   of   Canada. 

7.  The  proceeds  from  (a)  sales  of  said  lands  mentioned1  in  paragraph  four;  and 
(b)  revenue  derived  thereon  from  all  sources.  Presented  June  19,  1925.  Mr. 
Clark Not  printed. 

245.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  10,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Whether 

L.  A.  Forsythe,  or  James  M.  Davison,  his  partner,  received  legal  work  from  any 
Department  of  the  Government  since  January  1,  1922.  2.  If  so,  the  items,  dates, 
and  accounts  for  the  moneys  so  paid  to  Mr.  Forsythe  or  Mr.  James  M.  Davison, 
bis  ipartner.  3.  What  amount,  if  any,  is  still  owing  them.  4.  Whether  they  are 
at  present  in  receipt  of  legal  work  from  the  Government.  Presented  June  19, 
1925.     Mr.   Black   (Halifax) Not   printed. 

246.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  February  23,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1. 

Since  Confederation,  how  many  acres  of  land  belonging  to  the  Dominion  of 
Canada  have  been  transferred  to  the  Province  of  Ontario,  and  on  what  date 
transfers  were  made.  2.  Consideration  paid  by  said  Province  of  Ontario  for  said 
transfers.  3.  Cost  to  the  Dominion  of  Canada  of  administering  and  developing 
said  lands  prior  to  the  date  of  transfer.  4.  Since  Confederation,  how  many  acres 
of  land,  belonging  to  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  have  been  transferred  to  the 
Province  of  Quebec,  and  on  what  date  transfers  were  made.  5.  Consideration 
paid  by  said  Province  of  Quebec  for  said  transfers.  6.  Cost  to  the  Dominion  of 
Canada  of  administering  and  developing  said  lands  prior  to  the  date  of  transfer. 
7.  Whether  the  rights  of  the  other  provinces  of  Canada  to  compensation  were 
reserved  when  the  boundaries  of  Ontario  and  Quebec  were  extended.  Presented 
June  19,  1925.     Mr.  Clark Not  printed. 

247.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  May  18,  1925,  for 

a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  memoranda,  orders  in  council,  and  other  docu- 
ments in  'the  possession  of  or  under  the  control  of  the  Government  of  Canada 
or  any  department  thereof,  of  date  subsequent  to  May  17,  1924,  relating  to  the 
proposed  reclamation  of  the  area  in  the  Province  of  British  Columbia  and  the 
State  of  Idaho,  known  as  the  Kootenay  Flats.  Presented  June  19,  1925.  Mr. 
Humphrey Not  printed. 

248.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  May  11,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number 

of  grain  elevators  owned  or  operated,  (a)  by  Dominion  Government;  (b)  by 
Harbour  Commissioners  under  control  of  the  Minister  of  Marine;  (c)  by  the 
Canadian  National  Railways;  (d)  or  sublet  from  any  of  the  above.  2.  Location  of 
each  elevator,  type  of  construction,  and  the  storage  capacity  of  each.  3.  Cost  of 
each,  exclusive  of  site.  4.  Cost  of  each,  including  site.  5.  Number  and  kind  of 
separator,  cleaner  and  dryer  in  each.  6.  Capacity  and  kind  of  conveyor  system 
in  each  elevator,  including  the  number  of  legs.  7.  By  what  kind  of  power  each  is 
operated,  showing  maximum  demand  and  connected  load  of  each  plant.  8.  Amount 
of  grain  each  handled  during  each  of  the  crop  years,  ending .  1922,  1923,  1924 
inwards  and  outwards.  9.  Which  of  the  above  elevators  are  operated  under  the 
Canada  Grain  Act,  and  under  what  authority  others  are  operated.  10.  Which 
are  licensed  and  bonded  by  the  Board  of  Grain  Commissioners.  11.  Insurance 
rate  on  each  (a)  building;  (b)  contents.  12.  Charges  in  each  and  in  case  of 
conveyor  charges,  at  what  rate  in  each  case.  13.  Number  of  receiving  pits  in 
each  elevator  and  number  of  car  loading  spouts.  14.  In  which  of  the  above 
elevators  "  car  dumps "  are  used,  or  automatic  power,  or  shovels,  and  if  car 
dumps  are  used,  what  make.  15.  Whether  any  of  the  above  elevators  are  in 
process  of  construction,  or  if  incomplete,  how  much  still  remains  to  complete. 
16.  Operating  revenue  and  operating  expenses,  exclusive  of  interest  and  sinking 
fund,  on  each  of  the  above  elevators.  17.  In  cases  where  elevators  are  leased, 
(a)  the  rentals;  (b)  to  whom  leased;  (c)  terms  of  lease.  18.  Number  of  scales 
in  each  elevator,  showing  receiving,  shipping,  bagging  capacity  of  each.  Presented 
June  19,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Stevens Not  printed. 

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249.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  25,  1925,  for  a  return  for  the  months  of 

May  and  June,  1924,  showing  invoiced  value  of  importations  into  Canada  of 
canning  machinery,  suitable  for  use  as  equipment  in  fruit  or  iberry  canning 
factories,  which  were  released  by  the  Customs  Department  without  duty  being 
actually  paid  thereon,  together  with  copies  of  all  correspondence  and  documents 
received  by  the  Department  of  Customs  or  any  member  of  the  Government 
relating  to  such  importations,  together  with  a  statement  for  the  first  six  months 
of  1924.  showing  importations  into  Canada  of  canning  machinery  suitable  for 
equipment  in  fruit  or  berry  canning  factories  on  which  duty  was  paid,  showing 
the  amount  of  duty  paid  thereon  and  the  invoiced  value  of  such  importations. 
Presented  June  19,  1925.     Mr.  Grimmer Not  printed. 

250.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  1,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence 

exchanged  between  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise,  the  Civil  Service 
Commission  and  others,  relating  to  the  appointment  of  a  customs  and  excise 
examiner  at  St.  Leonard  in  the  electoral  district  of  Restigouche-Madawaska,  New 
Brunswick.     Presented  June    19,    1925.     Mr.   Doucet Not   printed. 

251.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  15,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number 

of  employees  on  April  1,  1925,  in  each  of  the  Canadian  Penitentiaries.  2.  Name, 
rank,  creed  and  salary  of  each  such  employee  and  the  date  of  first  appointment. 

3.  Number  of  employees  on  April  1.  1915.  in  each  of  the  Canadian  Penitentiaries. 

4.  Name,  rank,  creed  and  salary  of  each  such  employee  and  the  date  of  first 
•appointment.     Presented  June  19.  1925.  -Mr.  Deslauriers Not  printed. 

252.  Letter   from   the   Auditor  General   in   respect  to   a   statement   made  by   the   Acting 

Minister  of  Finance  in  the  House  of  Commons  (June  11,  1925)  dealing  with  the 
audit  made  by  officials  of  the  Auditor  General's  office  of  the  securities  held  by 
the  Finance  Department,  and  letter  from  Mr.  Robb,  in  reply  thereto.  Presented 
June  19..  1925 Not  printed. 

253.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  Senate,  dated  May  28,  1925,  for  a  return  to  include  copies 

of  a'll  correspondence,  documents,  and  other  writings  relating  to  the  appointment 
or  recommendation  for  appointment  of  Joseph  McDonald  in  1924  or  1925,  as  an 
'Excise  Prevention  Officer  in  the  district  of  Lingan  or  of  Glace  Bay  in  Nova 
Scotia,  and  to  refusal  of  the  Department  of  Customs  and  Excise  to  accept  him 
for  the  position.     Presented  June  19,  1925.     Hon.  Mr.  Tanner Not  printed. 

254.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

documents,  statements  and  communications  concerning  exemption  or  partial 
exemption  from  payment  of  income  tax  on  payments  or  remuneration,  whether 
*  paid  as  salary,  living  allowance  or  otherwise,  by  the  Government  of  Canada  to 
officials  of  Yukon  Territory,  and  showing  what  exemptions  (if  any)  from  income 
tax  have  been  allowed  to  Yukon  officials  on  amounts  paid  them  by  the  Govern- 
ment of  Canada  during  the  past  seven  years.  Presented  June  20,  1925.  Mr. 
Black  ( Yukon) Not  printed. 

255.  Return  to  an  Address  to  His  Excellency  the  Governor  General  of  March  30,  1925. 

for  a  copy  of  all  letters,  telegrams,  papers  and  other  documents  between  the 
Government  of  Canada  and  the  mine  workers  of  Cape  Breton,  or  received  by 
the  Government  on  their  behalf,  and  between  the  Government  of  Canada  and 
the  Government  of  Nova  Scotia,  respecting  the  condition  of  the  mine  workers, 
and  between  the  Government  of  Canada  and  any  towns  or  municipalities  in 
Cape  Breton,  respecting  the  conditions  of  the  mine  workers  and  the  necessitv 
for  relief  owing  to  the  labour  troubles  in  that  district.  Presented  June  20,  1925. 
Mr.  Arthurs Not  printed. 

256.  Copy  of  Agreement  between   the   Government  of  Canada   and   the   Manitoba   Pulp 

and  Paper  Company,  Limited,  dated  June  12,  1925,  respecting  the  right  to  cut 
pulpwood  on  certain  timber  berths  in  Manitoba,  together  with  schedules  to 
agreement  marked  "A,"  "B."  "C,"  and  "  D."     Presented  June  22,  1925. 

Not  printed. 

257.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  15,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

total  debt  of  the  Canadian  National  Railways  and  all  its  subsidiaries  up  to 
March  31,  1925.  2.  The  total  revenue  of  the  said  railways  for  the  year  ending 
•March  31,  1920,  1921,  1922.  1923,  1924  and  1925.  3.  The  deficit  or  surplus  for 
each  year  from  1920  up  to  1925,  inclusive.    Presented  June  22,  1925.     Mr.  Tobin. 

Not  printed. 
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258.  258a.  Return  and  supplementary  return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  8,  1925,  for  a 

return  setting  forth  the  total  expenses  incurred  by  the  Special  Committee  in  its 
investigation  into  Ocean  Rates,  showing:  (a)  full  amount  paid  to  Mr.  Symington 
in  fees;  (b)  the  amount  in  fees  still  due  Mr.  Symington  as  counsel;  (c)  total 
amount  paid  and  incurred  for  expenses  to. Mr.  Symington;  (d)  the  amount  paid 
(to  each  witness  for  fees  and  for  expenses;  (e)  the  amount  paid  or  proposed  to  be 
paid  to  Sir  William  Petersen  in  fees,  or,  and,  for  expenses;  (/)  amount  in  full 
paid  to  W.  T.  R.  Preston  in  fees  or,  and,  for  expenses  since  January,  1924;  and 
all  other  expenses,  including  reporting  and  printing,  incurred  by  the  Committee, 
or  by  the  authority  of  the  Government.  Presented  June  22  and  27,  1925.  Hon. 
Mr.  Stevens Not  printed. 

259.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  15,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number 

of  Hog  Graders  on  the  pay  roll  of  the  Department  of  Agriculture.     2.  Amount 
paid  to  such  graders,  respectively,  as  salaries,  wages,  and  expenses,  for  the  year 
ending  March  31,  1924.     3.  Number  of  veterinary  inspectors  and  lay  inspectors, 
,  respectively,  employed  by  the  Department  in  the  inspection  of  animals  slaughtered, 

and  the  carcasses  of  such  animals  in  abattoirs  and  packing-houses  in  Canada, 
during  the  year  ending  March  31,  1924.  4.  Amount  paid  in  salaries  and  wages  to 
such  veterinary  and  lay  inspectors,  respectively,  for  the  time  mentioned  above. 

5.  Number  of  hogs  graded  by  Government  inspectors  during  the  year  referred  to. 

6.  Total  weight  of  hogs  so  graded  and  the  percentage  of  the  whole  in  each  grade 
or  classification  made  by  the  Government  officials.  7.  How  the  output  of  said 
packing-houses  corresponds  as  to  grade  for  home  consumption  or  for  export,  with 
the  classification  of  live  animals  made  by  Government  graders.  8.  Whether  any 
classification  of  the  output  of  packing-houses  is  made  by  the  Government  in 
accordance  with  that  made  of  animals  purchased.  9.  If  not,  why  this  is  not  done. 
Presented  June  22,   1925.     Mr.  Sutherland Not  printed. 

260.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  993,  dated  June  20,  1925,  cancelling  Order  in  Council, 

P.C.  623,  dated  April  23,  1925,  re  appointing  a  Committee  to  consider  and  report 
on  the  most  suitable  design  for  a  Canadian  National  Flag  for  use  ashore.  Presented 
June    22,    1925 Not    printed. 

260a.  Copy  of  Order  in  Council.  P.C.  623,  dated  April  23,  1925,  appointing  a  Committee  to 
consider  and  report  on  the  most  suitable  design  for  a  Canadian  National  Flag 
for  use  ashore.     Presented  (Senate)  June  25,  1925 Not  printed. 

261.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  18,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  How 

many  returned  soldiers  of  the  Great  War  are  detained  in  the  penitentiaries  of 
Canada,  and  where.  2.  What  inspection  there  is  of  these  institutions,  by  whom, 
when,  and  whether  Government  officials  are  the  only  inspectors.  3.  Whether  it  is 
the  intention  of  the  Government  to  introduce  legislation  this  session  to  empower 
grand  juries,  sitting  at  the  assizes  or  general  sessions  of  the  peace  holden  in  the 
municipality  where  these  institutions  are  or  the  nearest  municipality,  regularly 
to  visit  and  inspect  these  institutions,  similar  to  the  law  of  England  and  all  the 
oversea  Dominions  (Canada  excepted)  and  in  the  same  way  that  juries  now 
visit  provincial  prisons.    4.  If  not,  why  not.    Presented  June  23,  1925.    Mr.  Church. 

Not  printed. 

262.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  April  22,  1925,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

reports,  documents,  telegrams,  or  memoranda,  passing  between  the  Department 
of  Justice  and  any  other  Departments  of  the  Government,  or  Ministers,  or  any 
other  parties  whatsover,  within  the  past  six  months,  relating  to  the  appointment 
of  Inspector  of  Penitentiaries,  and  especially  relating  to  the  refusal  to  accept  for 
such  appointment  Colonel  Eric  W.  MacDonald  of  Halifax.  Presented  June  23. 
1925.      Mr.    Black    (Halifax) Not    printed. 

263.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  9,  1924,  for  a  copy  of  all  correspondence, 

letters,  telegrams  and  other  documents  passing  (between  the  Government  or  any 
member  thereof  and  the  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce  and  the  Bank  of  Hamilton 
or  any  of  the  directors  of  the  said  banks  or  any  other  parties,  in  any  way 
relating  to  the  amalgamation  of  the  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce  and  the 
♦  Bank  of  Hamilton.     Presented  June  24,  1925.     Mr.  Coote Not  printed. 

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264.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  18,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Number 

of  juveniles  under  18  now  detained  in  the  penitentiaries  of  Canada,  where,  and 
how  many  16  or  under,  17,  18  and  19  years  of  age.  2.  Whether  it  is  the  intention 
of  the  Government  to  give  effect  to  the  recommendations  for  years  of  grand 
juries  and  public  bodies  to  provide  separate  institutions  for  these  cases.  If  not, 
why.  3.  Whether  it  is  the  intention  of  the  Government  to  so  readjust  the  rules 
oT*these  institutions  so  that  juveniles  and  first  offenders  will  have  preferential 
rules  and  also  a  better  classification  consideration  to  those  of  repeaters.  4.  Whether 
it  is  the  intention  of  the  Government  in  the  reces^  of  Parliament  to  appoint  a 
Royal  Commission  or  Committee  of  the  House  to  go  into  the  whole  question  of 
prison  reform  in  Canada  as  suggested  in  the  debates  in  Hansard,  1922.  If  not, 
why  not.     Presented  June  24,  1925.     Mr.  Church Not  printed. 

265.  Return  to  an,Order  of  the  House  of  April  27,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Whether 

any  retired  officers  of  the  Imperial  Forces  are  now  employed  by  the  Department 
of  National  Defence.  2.  If  so,  their  names,  rank  or  position.  3.  What  salaries 
they  receive  from  the  Canadian  Government.  4.  What  pension  they  receive  from 
the  Imperial  Government.  5.  Whether  the  pay  and  allowances  of  private  soldiers 
in  the  Permanent  Militia  have  been  decreased  since  the  year  1922.  6.  If  so,  to 
what  extent.  7.  Whether  the  pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers 
in  the  Permanent  Militia  have  been  decreased  since  the  year  1922.  8.  If  so, 
to  what  extent.     Presented  June  24,  1925.     Mr.  Power Not  printed. 

266.  266a.   Return  and  Supplementary  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  9,  1925, 

for  a  return  showing  the  number  of  motor  cars  purchased  by  the  Government, 
since  January  1,  1912,  the  make  of  said  cars,  the  total  price  paid  for  each,  the 
date  of  purchase,  to  what  duty  assigned  or  by  whom  used,  the  total  amount  of 
gasoline  purchased;  also,  showing  the  number  of  buildings  in  which  the  said  motor 
cars  are  housed,  showing  when  owned  by  the  Government,  date  purchased  and  at 
what  price,  and  when  rented,  what  rental  and  when  leased.  Also  showing  the 
number  of  employees  engaged  in  the  care  and  upkeep  of  said  motor  cars,  and 
the  total  amount  spent  on  repairs  to  these  cars,  since  January  1,  1912.  Presented 
June  24,  26,  1925.     Mr.  Simpson Not  printed. 

267.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  Mav  20,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  During 

the  year  1924,  prior  to  August  1,  what  rate  per  day  was  paid  to  the  following 
officers,  non-commissioned  officers  and  men  of  the  permanent  force  of  Canada, 
namely,  General  of  various  ranks,  Colonel,  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Major,  Captain, 
Lieutenant,  Second  Lieutenant.  Regimental  Sergeant-Major,  Company  Sergeant- 
Major,  Sergeant,  Corporal  and  Private.  2.  The  value  in  money  of  any  per  diem 
allowance  paid  or  furnished  each  of  said  ranks  in  addition  to  pay  during  said 
period.  3.  The  rate  of  pay  and  rate  of  allowance  paid  each  of  said  ranks  since 
August,  1924.    Presented  June  24,  1925.     Mr.  Blaick  (Yukon) Not  printed. 

268.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  23,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

actual  strength  of  the  Canadian  Permanent  Force.  2.  The  present  number  of 
officers  of  the  Staff  and  Permanent  Force  who  are  holding  the  full,  temporary  and 
brevet  ranks:  (a)  Colonel;  (b)  Lieutenant-Colonel.  3.  The  position  and  the 
salary  of  the  following  Generals  who  are  yet  in  the  service:  General  MacBrien, 
General  Ashton,  General  Panet.  General  Macdonell,  General  King,  General 
Elmsley,  General  McNauffhton.  General  Thacker,  General  Bell.  General  Ross, 
General  Ormond.  General  Ketehen,  General  Armstrong.  General  Landry.  4.  The 
name  of  each  of  those  generals  whose  tenure  of  appointment  or  the  extension  of 
term  will  end  during  the  fiscal  vear,  April  1,  1925.  to  March  31,  1926.  5.  Whether 
the  Department,  of  Defence  allows  a  six  months'  leave  with  -pay  and  allowances 
to  the  officers  before  being  pensioned.  6.  If  so,  whether  it  is  the  intention  of  the 
Minister  of  National  Defence  to  notify,  through  the  Adjutant  General,  each 
general  six  months  before  the  expiration  of  his  tenure  of  appointment  or  his 
extension  of  term  that  he  will  be  retired  from  the  service,  thus  allowing  promotion 
to  other  officers.    Presented  June  24,  1925.     Mr.  Lanctot Not  printed. 

269.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  March  23,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  The 

present  number  of  officers  of  the  Permanent  Force  who  are  qualified  for  a  higher 
rank,  but  who  are  waiting  for  a  promotion:  (a)  Lieutenants  for  the  rank  of 
Captain;    (b)  Captains  for  the  rank  of  Major;  (c)  Majors  for  the  rank  of  Lieu- 

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CONTENTS   OF   VOLUME    5— Concluded 

tenant-Colonel;  (d)  Lieutenant-Colonels  for  the  rank  of  Colonel;  (e)  Colonels 
to  Command  a  Military  District.  2.  Whether  the  Minister  of  the  Department  of 
National  Defence  intends  to  retire  the  generals  and  other  officers  who  have  been 
in  the  service  for  some  years,  thus  stopping  the  promotion  on  the  Staff  and  in  the 
Permanent  Force.     Presented  June  24,  1925.     Mr.  Lanctot Not  printed. 

270.  Return  to  an  Order  of  the  House  of  June  11,  1925,  for  a  Return  showing: — 1.  Whether 

Colonel  A.  H.  Borden,  lately  Assistant  Officer  Commanding  at  Toronto,  is  now 
in  receipt  of  pay  and  allowances  from  the  Militia  Department.  2.  If  not,  on 
what  date  he  retired.  3.  On  what  grounds  his  retirement  was  sanctioned.  4. 
Amount  of  his  retiring  allowance.    Presented  June  24,  1925.    Mr.  Black  (Halifax). 

Not  printed. 

271.  Copy  of  Rhineland  Security  Pact  Proposals:  Note  from  German  Government,  Febru- 

ary 9,  1925,  and  reply  of  French  Government  thereto  of  June -16,  1925.  Presented 
June  24,  1925 Not  printed. 


38 


DOMINION  OF  CANADA 


REPORT 

OF  THE 

AUDITOR  GENERAL 

FOR  THE 

YEAR  ENDED  MARCH  31 


1924 


VOLUME  III 

PARTS  O  to  ZZ 

PRINTED  BY  ORDER  OF  PARLIAMENT 


OTTAWA 

F.  A.  ACLAND 

PRINTER  TO  THE  KING'S  MOST  EXCELLENT  MAJESTY 

1925 


DOMINION  DU  CANADA 


RAPPORT 

DE 

L'AUDITEUR  GENERAL 


POUR 

L'EXERCICE  CLOS  LE  31  MARS 


1924 


VOLUME  III 

PARTIES  OaZZ 

IMPRIME  PAR  ORDRE  DU  PARLEMENT 


OTTAWA 

F.  A.  ACLAND 

IMPRIMEUR  DE  SA  TRES  EXCELLENTE  MAJESTE  LE  ROI 

1925 


15  GEORGE  V 


DOCUMENT  PARLEMENTAIRE   No  1 


A.  1925 


TABLE  GENERALE  DES  MATIERES 


Volume  I. 

Introduction 

Budget  des  credits  votes 

Sommaire  des  revenus 

Etats  divers 

Decisions  adverses  et  correspondance  du 
Conseil  de  la  Tresorerie 


Volume  II. 

Ministere  de  l'Agriculture — Depenses — 

"  Revenus 

Division  des  Archives — Depenses 

Revenus 

Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general — Defenses 
Commission  du  Service  civil — Depenses. 
"  Revenus. . 

Ministere  des  Douanes  et  de  l'Accise — 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Ministere  des  Affaires  exterieurcs — 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Ministere  des  Finances — Depenses 

Revenus 

Secretariat  du  Gouverneur  General — 

Depenses 

Ministere  de  la  Sante — Depenses 

"  Revenus 

Ministere    de    I'immigration    et    de    la 

Colonisation — Depenses 

Revenus 

Ministere  des  Affaires  indiennes — 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Fonds  fiduciaire 

Division  des  assurances — Depenses 

"  Revenus. 

Ministere  de  lTnterieur — Depenses. 

"  Revenus.. 

Ministere  de  la  Justice — Depenses. . 

"  Revenus... 


Partie  a 

Partie  b 

Partie  c 

Partie  d 

PAGE. 

A—    2 

A—  82 

B—    2 

B—    4 

BB—    2 

C—    2 

C—    6 

D—    2 

D— 102 

E—    2 

E—    7 

F—    2 

F—  91 

G—    2 

GG—    2 

GG— 20 

H—    2 

H—  57 

I—    2 

I—  58 

I—  59 

J—    2 

J—    3 

K—    2 

K— 109 

L—    2 

L—  31 

Volume  II. — Fin. 

Ministere  du  Travail — Depenses 

"  Revenus 

Legislation — Depenses 

"  Revenus 

Volume  III. 

Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries- 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Ministere  des  Mines — Depenses 

Revenus 

Ministere  de  la  Defense  Nationale — 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Brevets  et  droits  d'Auteurs — Depenses. 
Revenus. . 

Ministere  des  Postes — Depenses 

"  Revenus 

Impressions  et  papeterie  de  l'Etat — 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Bureau  du  Conseil  prive — Depenses 

Ministere  des  Travaux  publics — 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Ministere  des  Chemins  de  fer  et  Canaux — 

Depenses 

Revenus 

Royale     Gendarmerie     a     cheval     du 

Canada — Depenses 

Revenus 

Secretariat  d'Etat — Depenses 

"  Revenus 

Ministere  du  retablissement  des  soldats 

dans  la  vie  civile — Depenses 

"  Revenus 

Commission  d'etablissement  des  soldats 

Depenses 

Revenus , 

Ministere  du  Commerce — Depenses. . . 
"  Revenus.... 


PAGE. 

M—  2 
M—  11 
N—  2 
N—  21 


O—  2 
0—111 
P—  2 
P—  16 

Q—  2 
Q— 132 
R—  2 
R—    5 

S—  2 
S— 182 

T—  2 
T—  27 
U—    2 

V—  2 
V— 222 

W—  2 
W—  95 

X—  2 
X—  25 
Y—  2 
Y—    7 


YY- 
YY- 


Z—    2 

Z—  29 

ZZ—    2 

ZZ—  39 


15  GEORGE  V 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 


A.  1925 


GENERAL  TABLE  OF  CONTENTS 


Volume  I. 

Introduction 

Appropriation  Accounts 

Revenue  Accounts 

Miscellaneous  Statements 

Treasury  Board   Over-rulings  and 
Treasury  Board  Correspondence 

Volume  II. 

Agriculture  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Archives  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Auditor  General's  Office— Expenditure. . 
Civil  Service  Commission — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Customs  and  Excise  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

External  Affairs  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Finance  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Governor  General's  Secretary's  Office — 

Expenditure 

Health  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Immigration  and  Colonization  Dept. — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Indian  Affairs  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

"  Trust  Funds 

Insurance  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Interior  Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Justice  Dept. — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 


Part 

a 

Partb 

Part 

c 

Partd 

Page. 

A— 

2 

A— 

82 

B— 

2 

B— 

4 

BB— 

2 

C— 

2 

c— 

6 

D— 

2 

D— ] 

02 

E— 

2 

E— 

7 

F— 

2 

F— 

91 

G— 

2 

GG— 

2 

GG— 

20 

H— 

2 

H— 

57 

I— 

2 

I— 

58 

I— 

59 

J— 

2 

J— 

3 

K— 

2 

K— 

L09 

L— 

2 

L—  31 

Volume  II.— Concluded. 

Labour  Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Legislation — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Volume  III. 

Marine  and  FisheriesDept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Mines  Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

National  Defence  Dept. — Expenditure... 

Revenue 

Patents  and  Copyrights — Expenditure.. . 

Revenue 

Post  Office  Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Printing  and  Stationery  Dept. — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Privy  Council  Office — Expenditure 

Public  Works  Dept. — Expenditure 

Revenue 

Railways  and  Canals  Dept. — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Secretary  of  State  Dept.— Expenditure. . 

Revenue 

Soldiers  Civil  Re-Establishment  Dept. — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Soldiers  Settlement  Board — Expenditure 

"  Revenue 

Trade  and  Commerce  Dept. — 

Expenditure 

Revenue 


Page. 


M— 

2 

M— 

11 

N— 

2 

N— 

21 

O— 

2 

O— 

111 

P— 

2 

P— 

16 

Q- 

2 

Q- 

132 

R— 

2 

R— 

5 

S— 

2 

S— 182 

T— 

2 

T— 

27 

U— 

2 

V— 

2 

V— 

222 

W— 

2 

W— 

95 

X— 

2 

X— 

25 

Y— 

2 

Y— 

7 

YY- 

2 

YY- 

88 

Z— 

2 

Z— 

29 

zz— 

2 

zz— 

39 

15  SEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1  A.  1925 

AUDITOR   GENERAL'S    REPORT 
1923-24 


PART  "O" 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES 
DEPARTMENT 


DETAILS  OF  EXPENDITURE  AND  REVENUE 


RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  GENERAL 

1923-24 


PARTIE  "  O  " 


MINISTERE  DE  LA  MARINE  ET 
DES  PECHERIES 


DETAIL  DES  DEPENSES  ET  DES  REVENUS 


O— 2  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Marine  and  Fisheries  Department:  Summary  of  Expenditure  and  Revenue  $       cts. 
Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries :  Sommaire  des  depenses  et  des  revenus 

Civil  Government  Salaries — Traitements  du  gouvernement  civil . .  (Page  O —    3)  503 ,  074  59 

Civil  Government    Contingencies  —  Depenses    contingentes    du 

gouvernement  civil (Page  O —    8)  88 ,  541  58 

Ocean  and  River  Services — Services  sur  mers  et  sur  rivieres 
($2,439,278.64) 

Dominion  Steamers (Page  O—    8)     1,468,633  40 

Examination  of  Masters  and  Mates (Page  O —  25)  18,666  01 

Investigations  into  Wrecks (Page  O —  25)  4, 790  73 

Navigation  Schools (Page  O—  25)  6,509  30 

Temporary  Relief  of  Distressed  Seamen (Page  O —  26)  2,988  35 

Registration  of  Shipping (Page  O—  26)  2,085  35 

Removal  of  Obstructions  in  Navigable  Waters (Page  O —  26)  4,927  00 

Inspection  of  Live  Stock  Shipments (Page  O —  27)  3,416  35 

Subsidies  for  Wrecking  Plants (Page  O—  27)  35,000  00 

Unforeseen  Expenses , (Page  O—  27)  4,949  39 

Life  Saving  Service  including  Rewards  for  Saving  Life (Page  O —  27)  84,524  56 

Hydrographic  Surveys (Page  O—  29)  351 ,479  23 

Radiotelegraph  Service (Page  O—  33)  417,770  54 

Tidal  and  Current  Survey (Page  O—  36)  33,538  43 

Light  house  and  Coast  Service — Phares  et  service  cotier  ($2,293,058.75) 

Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies (Page  O —  37)  203,542  58 

Salaries  and  Allowances  to  Lightkeepers (Page  O —  41)  627, 164  07 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses (Page  O —  50)  749,426  24 

Construction  of  Lights  and  Aids  to  Navigation (Page  O —  60)  450,782  38 

Marine  Signal  Service (Page  O—  65)  98, 184  22 

Administration  of  Pilotage (Page  O—  68)  84,986  09 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Wharves (Page  O —  70)  9 ,  191  36 

Breaking  Ice  in  Thunder  Bay (Page  O—  70)  34, 167  44 

Pensions  to  Sundry  Pilots (Page  O—  70)  26,535  43 

Compassionate  Allowance  to  John  Davidson (Page  O —  70)  500  00 

Patrol  of  the  Northern  Waters  of  Canada (Page  O—  71)  7,978  94 

Allowance  to  Harbour  Master  at  Amherstburg (Page  O —  71)  600  00 

Scientific  Institutions — Meteorological  Service (Page  O —  71)  228,875  99 

Steamboat  Inspection (Page  O—  74)  111 ,499  61 

Public  Works  Capital,  Marine  Department — Travaux  publics 
imputables  sur  le  capital — Ministere  de  la  Marine 
($805,531.75)— 

River  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Channel (Page  O—  75)  626,372  22 

Sorel  Shipyard (Page  O—  76)  124,359  53 

Self  PropeUing  Hopper  Barge (Page  O—  79)  54,800  00 

Fisheries— Pecheries  ($1 ,  430 ,  064 .  59)— 

Fishery  Officers,  Patrol  and  Protection  Services (Page  O—  79)  807, 189  08 

Building  Fishways  and  Clearing  Rivers (Page  O—  96)  20,316  45 

Legal  and  Incidental (Page  O —  96)  656  16 

Conservation  and  Development  of  Deep  Sea  Fisheries (Page  O —  96)  19,864  30 

Fisheries  Intelligence  Bureau (Page  O—  97)  958  19 

Inspection  of  Pickled  Fish (Page  O—  97)  23, 122  99 

Fish  Culture. m (Page  O—  97)  350,487  34 

Investigation  into  Practical  and  Economic  Problems  in  con- 
nection with  Fisheries (Page  O— 108)  5,553  28 

Marine  Biological  Board  of  Canada (Page  O— 108)  42 ,  000  0  C 

Fishing  Bounty  (Statutory) (Page  O— 110)  159,916  80 

Superannuation — Public  Service  Retirement  Act,  1920 — Loi  de 

retraite  du  service  public,  1920 (Page  O— 110)  12,656  51 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($305 ,  376 .  77)— 

Gratuities  to  relatives  of  deceased  employees (Page  O — 110)  2,964  67 

Provisional  Bonus  Allowance (Page  O—lll)  236, 127  65 

Creditors  of  late  Prince  Rupert  Dry  Dock  and  Engineering 

Co.,  Vote  566 (Page  O—lll)  62,621  75 

Removal  of  Bridge  over  False  Creek,  B.C.,  Vote  565 (Page  O—lll)  3,662  70 

Total  Expenditure— Total  des  depenses 8,217,958  78 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


O— 3 


Marine  and  Fisheries  Department:  Summary  of  Expenditure  and  Revenue  $       cts. 

— Concluded 
Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries :  Sommaire  des  depenses  et  des  revenus 

—Fin 

Revenue — Revenus — 

Marine— Marine (Page  0—111)         394,273  80 

Fisheries— Pecheries (Page  0—112)         184,595  13 

Total  Revenue— Total  des  revenus 578,868  93 


Credited  to  previous  year's  expenditure — Au  credit  de  la  depense 
de  Fanned  precedente — 

Shipbuilding  Programme (Page  O — 116) 

Ship  Channel (Page  0—116) 


25,994  52 
10,313  11 

36,307  63 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts. 


400  00 


Marine  and  Fisheries:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Marine  et  Pecheries:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


225  00 

210  00 

42  00 

K. 

65  00 

C. 

133  00 

F. 

129  00 

H. 

94  50 

W. 

63  00 

D. 

i 

R. 

60  00 

E. 

63  00 

T. 

55  50 

O. 

140  00 

G. 

144  00 

L. 

63  00 

D. 

36  00 

S. 

6  50 

P. 

48  50 

E. 

39  00 

A. 

65  00 

J. 

72  00 

B. 

78  00 

M. 

50  00 

A. 

174  00 

J. 

A. 

59  25 

F. 

77  25 

C. 

162  00 

A. 

201  00 

A. 

78  00 

J. 

63  00 

R. 

56  25 

M. 

57  00 

S. 

I 

B. 

Minister — Ministre 

Hon.  E.  Lapointe,  April  1  to  Jan.  29  at  $10,000 

Hon.  P.  J.  A.  Cardin,  Jan.  30  to  Mar.  31  at  $10,000. 
Deputy  Minister — Sous-ministre 

A.  Johnston,  12  m 

Assistant  Deputy  Ministers — 

H.  E.  Hawken,  12  m 

T.  F.  McVeigh,  (Naval  Service),  12  m 


Staff,  Marine  Branch — Personnel,  Division  de  la  Marine 


!.  E.  Alexander,  jr.  elk.  sten. ,  12  m 

L.  Amyot,  elk. ,  12  m 

Anderson,  hydrographer,  12  m 

,  V.  Anderson,  asst.  mech.  engineer,  12  m 

r.  L.  Andrew,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  3  m.  at  $1,800,  9  m.  at  $1,920. . 

Archambault,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Archambault,  elk.,  April  1  to  Mar.  26  at  $1,300  (superannuated) .. 

M.  Archibald,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Arial,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Arthurs,  elk.  bk'k'p'r,  6  m.  at  $1,080,  6  m.  at  $1,140 

r.  A.  Bachand,  asst.  hydrographer,  12  m 

Bance,  prin.  translator,  12  m 

'.  Barsalou,  file  elk.,  12  m 

Beaven,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

Belanger,  jr.  elk.  typist,  Jan.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $780 

M.  Bellamy,  sten.  b'k  k'p'r.,  5  m.  at  $900,  7  m.  at  $1,020  (less 
5*d.) 


F.  Bennett,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

Benoit,  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,300  (less  6  d.  and  half  pay,  3  m) 

Blount,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

'..  E.  Blythe,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Boivin,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

B.  A.  Boudreau,  dept'l  acct.,  gr.  4,  12  m 

Boulanger,  secretary  to  executive,  10  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $1,860 

Bourbeau,  elk.  b'kk'p'r,  3  m.  at  $1,140,  9  m.  at  $1,200 

H.  Bourdeau,  sr.  elk.  b'k  k'p'r.,  3  m.  at  $1,500,  9  m.  at  $1,560.... 

Bourgault,  jr.  dept'l  solicitor,  12  m 

Boyle,  dept'l  acct.,  gr.  5,  12  m 

A.  Breen,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Brophy,  elk.  b'k'k'p'r,  12  m 

G.  Buchanan,  elk.  b'k'k'p'r,  3  m.  at  $1, 080,  9  m.  at  $1, 140 

J.  Burgess,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  Burnett,  Supt.  of  masters  and  mates,  6  m.  at  $3,600,  6  m.  at 

$3,700 

>.  C.  Campbell,  head  elk.,  12  m 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


cts 


Bonus 
Boni 


$       cts. 


8,279  54 

1,720  46 

8,000  00 

4,500  00 

4,200  00 

840  00 

94  44 

1,300  00 

297  00 

3,800  00 

2,580  00 

1,890  00 

76  98 

1,260  00 

297  00 

1,282  53 

294  93 

1.200  00 

297  00 

1,260  00 

297  00 

1,110  00 

315  00 

2,800  00 

2,880  00 

1,260  00 

297  00 

720  00 

315  00 

163  55 

19  80 

954  65 

87  75 

780  00 

94  44 

1,116  29 

255  04 

1,440  00 

261  00 

1,560  00 

1,000  00 

315  00 

3,480  00 

1,550  00 

57  50 

1,185  00 

315  00 

1,545  00 

261  00 

3,240  00 

4,020  00 

1,560  00 

1,260  00 

1,125  00 

72  00 

1, 140  00 

315  00 

3,650  00 

3,400  00 

1-lio 


o-^ 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


cts 


60  75 

81  00 

54  00 

63  00 

48  00 

57  00 

36  00 

67  50 

81  00 

72  00 

54  00 

176  25 

60  00 

150  00 

51  75 

129  00 

105  00 

102  00 

210  00 

129  00 

210  00 

159  00 

36  75 

303  00 

165  00 

78  00 

*45  60 

270  00 

78  00 

144  00 

81  00 

225  00 

78  00 

39  00 

33  75 

58  50 

200  00 

102  00 

129  00 

54  00 

tl89  00 

93  00 

55  50 

80  00 

62  50 

102  00 

54  00 

84  00 

48  00 

X 

105  00 

144  00 

54  00 

108  00 

50  00 

198  00 

114  00 

60  00 

114  00 

144  00 

11  50 

54  00 

54  00 

29  75 

99  00 

114  00 

114  00 

Marine  and  Fisheries:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Marine  et  Pecheries:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Staff,  Marine  Branch-Con. — Personnel,  Division  de  la  Marine-Suite 

A.  Carbonneau,  supplies  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,200,  3  m.  at  $1,260 

C.  R.  Carter,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

W.  L.  Charbonneau,  sr.  mess.,  12  m , 

S.  Chartrand,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

G.  Choquette,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

M.  E.  Clarke,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r,  12  m 

B.  Coffey,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

C.  A.  Condon,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $1,320,  6  m.  at  $1,380 

E.  Connelly,  sr.  elk.  b'k  k'p'r,  12  m 

W.  E.  Connelly,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  A.  Corbeil,  file  elk.,  April  1-30  at  $1, 080  (deceased) 

G.  Copping,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  1  d.) 

L.  E.  Cote,  asst.  chief  engineer,  9  m.  at  $3,480,  3  m.  at  $3,660 

I.  Cowie,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

G.  L.  Crichton,  chief  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

E.  R.  Crisp,  audit  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,020,  3  m.  at  $1,080 

A.  H.  Dame,  dept'l  accountant,  gr.  2,  12  m 

T.  E.  Dansereau,  dept'l  acct.,  gr.  1,  12  m 

J.  C.  Davis,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

W.  B.  Dawson,  chief  tidal  and  current  Surveyor,  12  m 

F.  J.  Delaute,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

L.  A.  Demers,  Dom.  wreck  Commissioner,  12  m 

L.  F.  de  Miffonis,  sr.  asst.  engineer,  12  m 

A.  M.  Derby,  jr.  elk.  typist,  9  m.  at  $720,  3  m.  at  $780 

L.  G.  Dixon,  overseer,  hull  construction,  12  m 

L.  P.  d'Ornano,  head  translator,  12  m 

L.  B.  Doyle,  sr.  stores  elk.,  12  m 

M.  C.  Doyle,  prin.  elk.,  12  m.  (superannuated) 

C.  Duguid,  chief  naval  architect,  12  m 

J.  R.  Dupuis,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

V.  J.  Edge,  head  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Edmonds,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

C.  P.  Edwards,  director  radio-telegraph  Service,  12  m 

W.  Fairweather,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

G.  Faulkner,  jr.  elk.  sten. ,12  m 

F.  L.  Fisher,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  9  m.  at  $660,  3  m.  at  $720 

A.  Fleury,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,560  (resigned) 

G.  H.  Flood,  purchasing  agent,  12  m 

A.  Fortey ,  jr.  engineer,  12  m 

H.  E.  Fosbery ,  asst.  engineer,  12  m 

H.  G.  Foster,  elk.,  12  m 

B.  H.  Fraser,  chief  engineer,  12  m 

N.  H.  Frerichs,  secretary  to  executive,  12  m 

G.  E.  Gauvin,  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,080,  6  m.  at  $1,140 

Gauvreau,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Gay,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

H.  Girard,  jr.  engineer,  12  m 

M.  C.  Gleason,  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  F.  Gorman,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

M.  E.  Goth,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

A.  H.  Guiou,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  J.  Hamel,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

S.  C.  Hayden,  sr.  tidal  and  current  surveyor,  12  m 

H.  Hayes,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  Henderson,  asst.  to  commissioner  of  lights,  12  m 

H.  F.  Holmes,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

A.  E.  Hopper,  prin.  S.S.  inspector,  12  m 

F.  H.  Houde,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

S.  L.  Howell,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

M.  H.  Hughes,  prin.  elk.  b'k  k'p'r,  12  m 

H.  W.  Jones,  sr.  tidal  and  current  surveyor,  12  m 

W.  Jones,  sr.  transportation  audit  elk.,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $1,38 

(transferred  to  P.O.D.) 

R.  Keilty,  file  elk.,  12  m 

G.  E.  Kelly,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  45§  d.) 

E.  M.  Kennedy,  elk.  sten.,  April  1  to  Dec.  15  at  $1,020  (resigned)... 

M.  E.  Kenny,  prin.  file  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,920,  6  m.  at  $2,040 

T.  L.  Killeen,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  B.  Lachaine,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


cts. 


1,215  00 
1,620  00 
1,080  00 
1,260  00 
960  00 
1,140  00 

720  00 
1,350  00 
1,620  00 
1,440  00 

90  00 
1,077  00 
3,525  00 
1,200  00 
3,000  00 
1,035  00 
2,580  00 
2, 100  00 
2,040  00 
4,200  00 
2,580  00 
4,200  00 
3,180  00 

735  00 
2,940  00 
3,300  00 
1,560  00 
2,280  00 
5,400  00 
1,560  00 
2,880  00 
1,620  00 
4,500  00 
1,560  00 

780  00 

675  00 
1,170  00 
4,000  00 
2,040  00 
2,580  00 
1,080  00 
5,400  00 
1,860  00 
1,110  00 
1,600  00 
1,250  00 
2,040  00 
1,080  00 
1,680  00 

960  00 
2,800  00 
2, 100  00 
2,880  00 
1,080  00 
2, 160  00 
1,000  00 
3,960  00 
2,280  00 
1,200  00 
2,280  00 
2,880  00 

230  00 

1,080  00 

946  41 

721  13 
1,980  00 
2,280  00 
2,280  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


0—5 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


cts. 


81  00 

51  75 

90  00 

60  00 

129  00 

65  00 

65  00 

43  32 

108  00 

60  00 

27  50 

129  00 

136  50 

42  00 

23  00 

52  50 

102  00 

255  00 

123  00 

54  75 

84  00 

70  50 

flOO  80 

t 

198  00 

63  00 

66  00 

5  25 

45  00 

255  00 

84  00 

138  00 

81  00 

65  00 

102  00 

63  00 

8  79 

102  00 

54  00 

60  00 

78  00 

12  58 

81  00 

96  00 

78  00 

78  00 

105  00 

f45  50 

105  00 

54  00 

11  00 

150  00 

54  00 

60  00 

24  00 

207  75 

120  00 

56  25 

62  50 

t 

162  00 

168  00 

83  00 

36  00 

f98  00 

63  00 

132  00 

57  00 

Marine  and  Fisheries:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Marine  et  PScheries :  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Staff,  Marine  Branch-Con. — Personnel,  Division  de  la  Marine-Suite 


M.  M.  Lafleur,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Lamb,  elk.  sten.,  9  m.  at  $1,020,  3  m.  at  $1,080 

J.  P.  Lane,  dept'l  accountant,  gr.  1,  6  m.  at  $1,740,  6  m.  at  $1,860 

O.  Langlois,  private  secretary,  12  m 

M.  O.  A.  Larcher,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

E.  C.  Larose,  asst.  architect,  12  m 

J.  D.  Lavergne,  file  elk.,  12  m 

B.  Layeux,  jr.  elk.  typist,  12  m 

E.  S.  Learmonth,  elk.  sten.,  April  1  to  Dec.  22  at  $1,020,  Dec.  23  to 

Mar.  31  at  $1 ,  080  (less  84  d.) 

R.  B.  Lee,  jr.  tidal  and  current  surveyor,  12  m 

E.  Leggett,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  half-pay,  49  d.) 

L.  A.  Logan,  jr.  file  elk.,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31  at$600 

E.  M.  Longtin,  asst.  engineer,  12  m.  at  $2,460  (less  5§  d.) 

H.  L.  Lucas,  head  elk.,  3  m.  at  $2,640,  9  m.  at  $2,760  (less  21  d.).... 

E.  Lurgess,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

M.  Lynch,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  April  1  to  Sept.  23  at  $1,380  (resigned) 

C.  Macdonald,  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $1,020,  6  m.  at  $1,080 

G.  L.  MacLaren,  jr.  architect,  12  m 

J.  G.  MacPhail,  commissioner  of  lights,  12  m 

D.  Manson,  sr.  radio  inspector,  6  m.  at  $2, 400,  6  m.  at  $2, 520 

W.J.  Mattice,  acct.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,080,  3  m.  at  $1,140 

L.  Matton,  jr.  engineer,  12  m 

M.  McCann,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $1,380,  6  m.  at  $1,440 

J.  McCharles,  head  elk.,  12  m 

J.  E.  McClenaghan,  chief  elk. ,  12  m 

T.  McConkey,  prin.  S.S.  inspector,  12  m 

C.  F.  McCuaig,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,260  (less  13  d.) 

E.  M.  McCullough,  sr.  elk.  typist,  12  m 

E.  M.McDermott.sten.b'kk'p'r,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $1,260  (resigned) 
M.  McDonald,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  McDonnell,  chairman  of  S.S.  inspection  board,  12  m 

J.  B.  McFee,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

C.  McGreevy,  asst.  hydrographer,  12  m 

D.  P.  McKeown,  sr.  elk.  b'kk'p'r,  12  m 

E.  H.  McLellan,  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Melancon,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

L.  Monast,  file  elk. ,  12  m 

M.  R.  Morris,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  Dec.  16  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

T.  F.  Murdock,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  P.  Murphy,  file  elk.,  12  m 

M.  F.  Murphy,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

B.  A.  Noble,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

P.  C.  O'Brien,  jr.  elk.  typist,  Oct.  31  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

A.  O'Connor,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

R.  O'Malley,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  M.  Percival,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.J.  Petry,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,560  (less  Id.) 

A.  J.  Pinet,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

N.  Potvin,  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Poulin,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m 

A.  E.  Powers,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

K.  Quinn,  jr.  elk.  typist,  April  1  to  Sept.  9  at  $660  (resigned) 

W.  J.  Quinn,  dept'l  accountant,  gr.  3,  12  m 

M.  C.  Rattray,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  9  d.) 

F.  A.  Reed,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

P.  Ridgewell,  office  boy,  12  m 

G.  E.  L.  Robertson,  director  of  pilotage,  3  m.  at  $4,020,  9  m.  at  $4,200 

J.  T.  Rowan,  secretary  of  wreck  commissioners  Court,  12  m 

M.  R.  R.  Roy,  elk.  sten.,  3  m.  at  $1,080,  9  m.  at  $1, 140 

M.  T.  Roy,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

R.  Roy,  sr.  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

W.  A.  Rush,  div.  supt.  radio  service,  12  m 

C.  M.  Savary,  hydrographer,  12  m 

P.  F.  Scammell,  sr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,600,  9  m.  at  $1,680  (less  %  d.) 

J.  Seddon,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $720  (less  9  d.) 

J.  J.  Skelly ,  asst.  purchasing  agent,  12  m 

G.  O.  Skuce,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  M.  Skuce,  chief  registrar  of  shipping,  12  m 

E.  M.  Smith,  jr.  dept'l  librarian,  12  m 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


cts 


Bonus 
Boni 


cts. 


1,620  00 

162  00 

1,035  00 

80  37 

1,800  00 

109  50 

3,360  00 

1,200  00 

72  00 

2,580  00 

1,300  00 

297  00 

1,300  00 

804  12 

59  35 

2, 160  00 

60  00 

1,119  72 

293  97 

550  00 

94  44 

2,423  18 

2,576  00 

840  00 

94  44 

663  17 

1,050  00 

315  00 

2,040  00 

60  00 

5, 100  00 

2,460  00 

30  00 

1,095  00 

315  00 

1,680  00 

150  00 

1,410  00 

2,880  00 

3,480  00 

3,960  00 

1,215  97 

297  00 

1,320  00 

279  00 

315  00 

74  25 

900  00 

94  44 

5,100  00 

1,680  00 

150  00 

2,760  00 

1,620  00 

162  00 

1,300  00 

297  00 

2,040  00 

1,260  00 

297  00 

175  81 

315  00 

2,040  00 

60  00 

1,080  00 

315  00 

1,200  00 

60  00 

1,560  00 

251  61 

23  55 

1,620  00 

162  00 

1,920  00 

63  00 

1,560  00 

1,555  52 

201  38 

2, 100  00 

60  00 

1,300  00 

297  00 

2, 100  00 

60  00 

1,080  00 

72  00 

291  50 

41  71 

3,000  00 

1,053  77 

81  15 

1,200  00 

297  00 

480  00 

4,155  00 

2,400  00 

60  00 

1,125  00 

72  00 

1,250  00 

2,800  00 

3,240  00 

3,360  00 

1,657  74 

161  78 

702  00 

54  76 

2,800  00 

1,260  00 

297  00 

2,640  00 

1,140  00 

315  00 

O— 6 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-1 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Marine  and  Fisheries:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Marine  et  Pecheries :  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


Bonus 
Boni 


X 


cts 


72  75 
80  00 
38  02 

96  00 
192  00 

99  00 
X 

75  00 
129  00 
106  50 

65  00 
153  00 

78  00 
180  00 

54  00 
159  00 

80  00 
105  00 
114  00 
50  00 
63  00 
96  00 
60  00 
33  75 
49  50 
78  00 
84  00 

174  00 
159  00 
54  00 
54  00 


54  00 
114  00 

81  00 
30  75 

f73  50 
45  00 

150  00 

144  00 
54  00 

159  00 

59  25 
78  00 

114  00 

60  00 
75  00 
72  00 

82  00 
144  00 

57  00 
36  00 

240  00 
65  00 

% 
45  00 

114  00 
78  00 
51  00 
X 
56  25 
51  75 
36  00 
2  50 


Staff,  Marine  Branch — Con. — Personnel,  Division  de  la  Marine — Fin 

J.  H.  Smith,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,440,  3  m.  at  $1,500 

C.  E.  Steeves,  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Stein,  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $660,  Oct.  1  to  Dec.  15  at  $720,  Dec.  16  to 

Mar.  31  at  $960  (less  2\  d.) 

A.  Stewart,  sr.  draughtsman,  12  m 

C.  E.  Stewart,  asst.  commissioner  of  lights,  12  m 

T.  Stewart,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

W.  J.  Stewart,  chief  hydrographer,  12  m 

M.  E.  Stowe,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

W.  C.  Surtees,  asst.  architect,  12  m 

J.  L.  Talbot,  prin.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $2,040,  9  m.  at  $2,160.... 

M.  G.  Taylor,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

H.  Thompson,  supt.  of  Dom.  steamers, andLife  Saying  Service,  12  m 

M.  B.  Thompson,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

A.  R.  Tibbits,  supervisor  of  harbour  commissions,  12  m 

E.  Toplas,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

W.  C.  Treanor,  sr.  inspector  of  fog  alarms,  12  m 

A.  de  B.  Tremaine,  Supt.  of  Marine  agencies,  12  m 

H.  Tremblay,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  H.  Vaughan,  jr.  purchasing  agent,  12  m 

O.  Vezina,  storekeeper,  12  m 

J.  H.  Wales,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

S.  Wallace,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

T.  E.  Walker,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

D.  M.  Walsh,  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  C.  Watson,  jr.  draughtsman,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $900 

M.  L.  Whelan,  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $960,  6  m.  at  $1,020 

E.  White,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

W.  J.  Whiteside,  radio  telegraph  inspector,  6  m.  at  $1,620,  6  m.  at 

$1 , 740 

H.  F.  Williams,  dept'l  accountant,  gr.  4,  12  m.  at  $3,480  (less  1  d.)-  • 

F.  A.  Willsher,  asst.  chief  naval  architect,  12  m 

S.  Withers,  confidential  messenger,  12  m 

G.  W.  York,  file  elk.,  12  m 

Staff,  Fisheries  Branch — Personnel,  Division  des  Picheries 

S.  B.  Armstrong,  elk.,  12  m 

C.  J.  Atkinson,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

T.  A.  Auclair,  asst.  to  Supt.  of  Fish  Culture,  12  m 

C.  Beaulieu,  jr.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $600,  3  m.  at  $660  (less  \  d.) 

R.  Beaulieu,  sr.  elk. ,12  m 

L.  N.  Bonneville,  office  appliance  operator,  gr.  2,  12  m 

C.  Bruce,  resident  engineer,  fish  hatcheries,  12  m 

W.J.  E.  Casey,  head  elk.,  12  m 

A.  G.  Connelly,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

J.  J.  Cowie,  chief  inspector  of  fish  curing  and  packing,  6  m.  at  $3, 120 

6  m.at  $3, 240 

M.  Crozier,  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1, 140,  9  m.  at  $1,200 


cts 


M.  Cummings,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Demers,  sr.  translator,  12  m 

M.  I.  Dooner,  file  elk.,  12  m 

M.  A.  Dryburgh,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

M.  G.  Dunn,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  P.  Evans,  sr.  stat.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,600,  6  m.  at  $1,680  (less  2  d.) 
A.  Finlayson,  inspector  of  fish  hatcheries,  12  m 

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

F.  Fortune,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Found,  director  of  fisheries  service,  12  m 

W.  Foy,  file  elk.,  12  m 

W.  Gilbert,  dept'l  accountant,  gr.  4,  12  m 

J.  Gleeson,  jr.  elk.,  typist,  12  m 

E.  Goodall,  prin.  elk.  b'k  k'p'r.,  12  m 

M.  Graham,  sr.  elk.,  12  m. 

Grignon,  packer  and  helper,  12  m 

Halkett,  associate  zoologist,  12  m 

O.  Hamilton,  elk.  b'k  k'p'r.,  3  m.  at  $1,080,  9  m.  at  $1,140 

K.  L.  Heron,  elk.  sten.,  9  m.  at  $1,020,  3  m.  at  $1,080 

L.  H.  Howell,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

S.  R.  Kuhn,  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $1,020,  6  m.  at  $1,080 


1,455  00 

1,600  00 

755  69 

1,920  00 

3,840  00 

1,980  00 

4,800  00 

1,500  00 

2,580  00 

2, 130  00 

1,300  00 

3,060  00 

1,560  00 

3,600  00 

1,080  00 

3,180  00 

4,000  00 

1,600  00 

2, 100  00 

2,280  00 

1,000  00 

1,260  00 

1,920  00 

1,200  00 

675  00 

990  00 

1,560  00 

1,680  00 

3,470  65 

3,180  00 

1,080  00 

1,080  00 

1,080  00 

2,280  00 

1,620  00 

614  05 

2, 100  00 

900  00 

3,000  00 

2,880  00 

1,080  00 

3,180  00 

1,185  00 

1,560  00 

2,280  00 

1,200  00 

1,500  00 

1,440  00 

1,630  97 

2,880  00 

1,140  00 

720  00 

4,800  00 

1,300  00 

3,700  00 

900  00 

2,280  00 

1,560  00 

1,020  00 

3,300  00 

1,125  00 

1,035  00 

720  00 

1,050  00 

MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


O— 7 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 

Marine  and  Fisheries:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Marine  et  Pecheries:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 

Salary 

Traite- 
ments 

Bonus 
Boni 

$     cts. 
38  25 

Staff,  Fisheries  Branch-Con. — Personnel,  division  des  P§cheries-Fm 
P.  Ladouceur  jr.  elk.  typist,  3  m.  at  $720,  9  m.  at  $780 

$       cts. 

765  00 

2, 100  00 

1,335  00 

150  00 

777  90 

665  00 

2,280  00 

1,080  00 

1,140  00 

1,560  00 

1,395  00 

503  50 

1,485  00 

295  16 

480  00 

690  00 

615  00 

2,800  00 

505  00 

150  00 

200  00 

4,000  00 

1,050  00 

3,480  00 

1,020  00 

1,200  00 

690  00 

900  00 

2,430  00 

720  00 

299  58 
276  61 
150  00 
514  31 

449  46 
4  58 

143  33 

1,320  00 

166  13 

1,440  00 

448  33 

202  66 

50  00 

46  94 

480  00 

206  45 

424  19 

20  00 

145  16 

450  00 
960  00 

1,017  26 

60  65 

225  00 

$       cts. 
94  50 

*42  00 

J.  M.  Lalonde,  sr.  elk.  b'k  k'p'r.,  12  m 

60  00 

66  75 

7  50 

J.J.  Lamb,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  9  m.  at  $1,320,  3  m.  at  $1,380 

M.  E.  Lecourt,  jr.  elk.  typist,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

15  80 

39  00 

R.  Lemieux,  packer  and  helper,  12  m.  at  $780  (less  Id.) 

314  15 

33  25 

B.  M.  Lynch,  jr.  elk.  typist,  11  m.  at  $660,  1  m.  at  $720 

94  50 

114  00 

H.  A.  Lynch,  asst.  engineer,  6  m.  at  $2, 220,  6  m.  at  $2, 340 

60  00 

54  00 

T.  R.  MacEachern,  stat.  elk.,  12  m 

315  00 

57  00 

M.  A.  Marier,  elk.,  12  m 

72  00 

78  00 

G.  McCann  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

202  00 

69  75 

A.  F.  McCoy,  sr.  audit  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,380,  3  m.  at  $1,440 

274  50 

25  17 
74  25 

E.  McKenna,  elk.  typist,  April  1  to  Sept.  9  at  $1, 140  (resigned) 

M.  McKeown  sr.  file  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,440,  9  m.  at  $1,500 

31  80 

14  76 

I.  Melvin,  jr.  elk.  typist,  Oct.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

46  46 

24  00 

E.  Mennie  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

34  74 

34  50 

A.  L  Moloughney  jr.  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $660,  6  m.  at  $720 

94  50 

30  75 

D.  Mulligan  jr.  elk.  typist,  9  m.  at  $600,  3  m.  at  $660 

94  50 

x 

J.  A.  Murray,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

25  25 

A.  M.  Newton,  jr.  elk.  typist,  3  m.  at  $720,  5  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $780 

62  96 

7  50 

H.  D.  Pearson,  jr.  elk.  typist,  3  m.  to  Mar.  3  at  $600 

52  50 

10  00 

M.  Pfeil,  jr.  elk.  typist,  4  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

18  72 

ft 
52  50 

E.  E.  Prince,  fish  specialist,  12  m 

J.  R.  T.  Rattey,  audit  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,020,  6  m.  at  $1,080 

77  58 

174  00 

J.  A.  Rodd,  supt.  of  fish  culture,  12  m 

51  00 

I.  A.  Ryan,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

83  25 

60  00 

F.  Sanderson,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

60  00 

34  50 

M.  Scanlon,  jr.  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $660,  6  m.  at  $720 

94  50 

45  00 

E.  B.  Sleeth,  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $840,  6  m.  at  $960 

88  87 

121  50 
36  00 

F.  O.  Weeks,  dept'l  accountant,  gr.  2,  3  m.  at  $2,340,  9  m.  at  $2,460. 
V.  D.  White,  jr.  elk.  typist,  12  m 

15  00 
94  50 

Temporary  Employees — Employes  temporaires  ($9,500.64) 
M.  Bell,  office  boy,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31  (less  £  d.)  at  $300 

40  57 

B.  Bouchard,  junior  clerk-typist,  Oct.  15  to  Mar.  31  (less  \  d.)  at  $600. 
M.  Cassidy,  office  boy,  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $300 

43  54 

E.  Dion,  junior  clerk  typist,  April  1  to  Feb.  13  (less  4§  d.)  at  $600 

K.  A.  Doyle,  junior  clerk-typist,  June  11  to  Mar.  10  at  $600 

80  98 
60  33 

F.  Dubois,  office  boy,  April  1  to  6  (less  %  d.)  at  $300 

86 

L.  Horton,  office  boy,  April  9  to  Sept.  30  at  $300 

C.  E.  Houston,  ship  draftsman,  12  m 

279  00 

M.  A.  Lamb,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  Dec.  22  to  Mar.  31  at  $600. . . 
L.  Langlois,  chauffeur,  12  m 

15  60 

M.  E.  Lecourt,  junior  clerk-typist,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  (less  1  d.)  at  $600. 
G.  V.  Leslie,  clerk-stenographer,  June  18  to  Sept.  3  at  $960 

78  44 
66  49 

L.  A.  Logan,  junior  file  clerk,  1  m.  to  April  30  at  $600 

M.  Lynch,  junior  clerk-typist,  1  m.  to  Dec.  28  (less  4£  d.)  at  $660 

E.  Mennie,  clerk-stenographer,  6  m.  to  Sept.  30  at  $960 

7  39 

48  51 

M.  Mooney,  clerk-stenographer,  July  23  to  Oct.  9  at  $960 

4  82 

M.  R.  Morris,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  April  1  to  Dec.  15  at  $600.. . 
C.  M.  Morrison,  junior  audit  clerk,  April  1-12  at  $600 

10  50 

V.  O'Keefe,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  Jan.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

H.  D.  Pearson,  junior  clerk- typist,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $600 

13  59 

262  50 

J.  H.  Roughsedge,  account  clerk,  12  m 

83  25 

W.  E.  Sarazin,  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  (less  1  d.)  at  $1,020 

315  00 

M.  Story,  junior  clerk-typist,  Dec.  1  to  Jan.  4  (less  1  d.)  at  $660 

9  55 

Charged  as  follows: — 

Ministers'  salaries 

512,575  23 

27,039  84 
10,000  00 

Civil  Government  salaries 

493,074  59 

Civil  Government  Contingencies,  temporary  clerks 

9,500  64 

Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 

27,039  84 

Total 

539,615  07 

*Superannuation  Fund  No.  1 
ttNot  eligible  to  contribute. 


t Superannuation  No.  2.        $35  years'  service  completed. 


O— 8  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Civil  Government  Contingencies  $       cts. 

Depenses  contingentes  du  gouvernement  civil 

Salaries  at  Ottawa (Page  0—7)         9,500  64 

Stationery  Office  supplies,  $20,824.08;  King's  Printer's  account,  $14,832.48 35,656  56 

Telegrams,  $6,696.59 ;  telephone  messages  and  exchange  service,  $2,912.81 9,609  40 

Newspaper  subscriptions,  $863.91 ;  cartage,  $321.30 ;  towels,  $267.49 1,452  70 

Postage,  $809 ;  The  W.  Sanford  Evans  Statistical  Service,  $250 1,059  00 

Automobile,  $6,280;  less  allowance  on  used  car,  $600 5,680  00 

Maintenance  of  automobile,  $1,027.49 ;  clothing  for  chauffeur,  $107.75 1,135  24 

Photos,  3  doz.,  $56;  boxes,  $198.45;  washing  towels,  $120;  sundries,  $395.94 770  39 

Travelling  expenses:  Hon.  P.  J.  A.  Cardin,  $60;  Hon.  Ernest  Lapointe,  $3,763.53; 
H.  V.  Anderson,  $470.34;  J.  B.  A.  Boudreau,  $42.40;  A.  Bourgault,  $492.05; 
A.  Boyle,  $191.40;  C.  Bruce,  $640.90;  B.  F.  Burnett,  $115.71;  W.  J.  E. 
Casey,  $89.08;  L.  E.  Cote,  $43.40;  J.  J.  Cowie,  $968.54;  W.  B.  Dawson, 
$165.43;  L.  A.  Demers,  $1,677.63;  H.  de  Miffonis,  $332.64;  L.  G.  Dixon, 
$568.38;  C.  Duguid,  $212.55;  V.  J.  Edge,  $40.75;  C.  P.  Edwards,  $333.17;  A.  C. 
Finlayson,  $836.79;  G.  H.  Flood,  $245.26;  A.  Fortey,  $119.99;  W.  A. 
Found,  $786.96;  A.  N.  Fraser,  $130.65;  B.  H.  Fraser,  $839.95;  E.  W.  Gil- 
bert, $72.67;  A.  Halkett,  $767.30;  E.  Hawken,  $12.70;  S.  C.  Hayden,  $234.89; 
J.  A.  Holmes,  $22.30;  A.  E.  Hopper,  $322.39;  A.  Johnston,  $421.37;  J.  B. 
Lachaine,  $42.85;  O.  Langlois,  $1,192.28;  R.  B.  Lee,  $197.32;  H.  A.  Lynch, 
$1,141.10;  J.  G.  Macphail,  $164.68;  D.  Manson,  $157.07;  T.  McConkey, 
$859.84;  F.  McDonnell,  $116.65;  T.  F.  McVeigh,  $117.75;  G.  E.  L.  Robert- 
son, $486.95;  J.  A.  Rodd,  $283.28;  J.  T.  Rowan,  $1,293.24;  W.  A.  Rush, 
$127.47;  J.  Skelly,  $41.55;  C.  E.  Stewart,  $495.36;  W.  J.  Stewart,  $75.30; 
A.  R.  Tibbits,  $757.88;  W.  C.  Treanor,  $53.08;  A.  de  B.  Tremaine,  $606.32; 
S.  Wallace,  $116.20;  H.  F.  Williams,  $35.40;  F.  A.  Willisher,  $294.96 23,677  65 

Total  88,541  58 


Dominion  Steamers — Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat 

Summary — Sommaire 

Aberdeen,  $46,577.19;  Aranmore,  $72,579.62;  Argenteuil,  $20,864.02;  Becancour, 
$1,135.59;  Bellechasse,  $38,374.93;  Berens,  $15,235.18;  Berthier,  $32,520.45; 
Birnie,  $12,667.91;  Brant,  $18,720.08;  Concretia,  $18,750.02;  Contrecoeur, 
$8,482.84;  Dollard,  $80,529.47;  Druid,  $63,994.03;  Emilia,  $16,367.68;  Estevan, 
$85,014.56;  Grenville,  $31,500.93;  Lady  Grey,  $85,866.92;  Lady  Laurier, 
$83,481.99;  Laurentian,  $46,699.98;  Loos,  $36,741.24;  Mikula,  $204,249.81; 
Montcalm,  $144,162.42;  Murray  Stewart,  $26,079.37;  Nelson,  $9,413.10;  New- 
ington,  $37,615.54;  Patrol  Boat  G.,  $402.77;  Scout,  $19,115.65;  Shamrock, 
$9,878.47;  Stores  Account,  $99,517.39;  General  Account,  $12,905.88;  less 
refunded  by  Dept.  of  Customs  and  Excise,  $82.80 1,468,633  40 


"Aberdeen" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Oct.  31,  1923:  L.  A.  Kenney,  master  at  $160  per  m., 
$1,073.55;  A.  R.  Ward,  chief  officer  at  $125  per  m.,  $798.39;  G.  C.  Mason, 
2nd  officer  at  $100  per  m.,  $664.52;  F.  F.  Hill,  wireless  officer  at  $85  per  m., 
$570.32;  Jas.  T.  Howie,  chief  engineer,  at  $140  per  m.,  $916.77;  Jos.  Melan- 
son,  2nd  engineer,  at  $120  per  m.,  $785.81 ;  wages  of  crew  to  Oct.  31,  1923, 
$14,551.96;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d.,  $6,420.50 25,781  82 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  L.  E.  Baker  &  Co.,  Yarmouth,  217.96  t.  at  $11.25;  Colwell  Fuel  Co., 
St.  John,  129.972  t.  at  $8.75;  Cumberland  Railway  and  Coal  Co.,  Spring- 
hill,  at  $7  to  $7.75  per  t.,  $2,888.66;  Dominion  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  St.  John, 
at  $8.50  or  $9.25  per  t.,  $2,443.50;  Killam  Bros.,  Yarmouth,  at  $11.25  per 
t.,  $5,727.94;  Maritime  Nail  Co.,  St.  John,  100  t.  at  $9.25;  accounts  under 
$500,   $304.67    15,379  12 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—9 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Na vires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $       cts. 

"Aberdeen" — Concluded — Fin 

Miscellaneous — Divers  ($5,85446) 

Buckingham,  C.  A.,  steward,  provisions  lost  on  Aberdeen 571  33 

Phoenix  Foundry  and  Locomotive  Works,  St.  John,  repairs  as  per  contract 854  30 

Accounts  under  $500:  oil,  $158.50;  repairs,  $203.58;  ice,  $226.12;  laundry,  $294.11; 

clothing,  $486.26 ;  hardware,  $555.32 ;  miscellaneous,  $1,278.65 3,202  54 

Detailed  under   Maintenance   of   Lights,   N.B.,   $1,183.28;    Radiotelegraph   Ser- 
vice, $43.01   1,226  29 


47,015  40 


Less — Charged  to,  Maintenance  of  Lights,  N.B.,  $417.90,  Radiotelegraph  Ser- 
vice, tolls  on  messages,  $8.31 ;  sale  of  coal,  $12 438  21 

Total  46,577  19 


"Aranmore" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  I.  C.  Rhude,  master,  at  $160  per  m., 
$1,403.87;  I.  B.  Power,  1st  officer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,096.77;  W.  A.  Dentre- 
mont,  2nd  officer,  at  $100  per  m.,  $877.42;  C.  B.  Harris,  radio  operator,  at 
$85  per  m.,  $745.81;  Wm.  Hyslop,  chief  engineer,  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,316.13; 
C.  McConkey,  2nd  engineer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,451.60;  wages  of  crew  to 
Mar.  31,  1924,  $21,644.30;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d.,  $9,279...       37,814  90 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Burtain  Bell  &  Co.,  Charlottetown,  741.56  t.  at  $8.75;  A.  T.  Carter,  Gaspe, 
82.6  t.  at  $10.50,  labour,  at  35c.  per  h.,  $29.75;  Dominion  Coal  Co.,  Ltd., 
Halifax,  at  $8.25  to  $9.25  per  t.,  $7,229.75;  Inverness  Railway  &  Coal 
Co.,  Inverness,  285  t.  at  $7;  Inverness  Railway  &  Collieries  Ltd.,  Inver- 
ness, 390  t.  at  $8.25;  Marine  Supplies  Ltd.,  Halifax,  125  t.  at  $8.75;  less 
transferred  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  P.E.I.,  $99 20,822  70 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($13,969.80) 

Consumers  Cordage   Co.,  Ltd.,  Halifax:   manila  rope,  4  coils,  $567.72;   sundry, 

$139.25 706  97 

Halifax  Shipyards  Ltd.,  Halifax,  machinery  and  boiler  repairs,  as  per  contract. ..  1,941  00 

Ross,  Chas.,  Charlottetown,  blue  serge  suits,  27 618  50 

Stewart,  Bruce  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Charlottetown:  packing,  109^  lb.  at  $2;  engine  re- 
pairs, $150;  oilskin  suits,  13  at  $4.50;  sundry,  $708.45 1,135  95 

Thompson,  Jos.,  Halifax,  cleaning  tanks,  as  per  contract 610  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  stationery,  $6.13;  barrels,  $52;  lumber,  $83;  oil,  $168.51; 
laundry,  $183.02;  ice,  $208;  uniforms,  $250.75;  rubber  goods,  $282.41;  medical 
treatment,  $375;  hardware,  $590.38;  repairs,  $640.94;  miscellaneous,  $2,346.01.  5,186  15 
Detailed  under  D.  S.  Stores  Account,  $1,110.46;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Nova 
Scotia,  $2,223.33,  Prince  Edward  Island,  $340.54;  Radiotelegraph  Service, 
$69.12    3,743  45 


Total 72,579  62 


"Argenteuil" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  Thos.  W.  Weir,  captain,  at  $125  per  m., 
$1,290.31;  Aldege  Desforges,  1st  officer,  at  $90  per  m.,  $915.87;  Alex.  Drury, 
1st  engineer,  at  $120  per  m.,  $1,254.19;  Jos.  Ranger,  2nd  engineer,  at  $85  per 
m.,  $888.39;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $4,421.31;  board  of  officers 
and  crew  at  80c.  per  d.,  $2,643.20 11,413  27 


O— 10  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued— Navires  a  vapenr  de  l'Etat— Suite  $      cts. 

"Argenteuil"— Concluded— Fin 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  A.  Leger  &  Co.,  Lachine,  at  $8.25  to  $17  per  t.,  $5,447.01;  accounts  under 

$100,  $96.90 5,543  91 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($3,906.84) 

Accounts  under  $500;  cartage,  $38;  hardware,  $43.27;  ice,  $59.50;  painting  and 
varnishing,  $60;  lumber,  $75.96;  labour,  $78.75;  uniforms,  $131.27;  laundry, 
$243.18;    miscellaneous,   $649.71 1,379  64 

Detailed  under:  Sorel  Shipyard,  $2,461.50;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  M.D.,  $65.70        2,527  20 

Total 20,864  02 

"Becancour" 

Miscellaneous — Divers 

Sundry   accounts 32  56 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Nova  Scotia 1,103  03 

Total 1,135  59 


"Bellechasse" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31.  1924:  F.  Fortin,  captain,  at  $135  per  m.,  $1,619.99; 
P.  Gagnon,  mate  at  $105  per  m.,  $985.49;  J.  Lecours,  chief  engineer,  at 
$130  per  m.,  $1,483.04;  Geo.  Audet,  2nd  engineer,  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,140.81; 
wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $10,895.21;  overtime,  $27.04;  board  of  officers 
and  crew  at  75c.  or  80c.  per  d..  $5,422.80 21,574  38 

Fuel— Combustible  ($7,273.63) 

Coal:  Canadian  Import  Co.,  Quebec,  at  $8.50  or  $17  per  t.,  $1,837.70;  Madden 

&  Son,  Quebec,  at  $8.50  to  $19.50  per  t.,  $636;  accounts  under  $500,  $654.02.         3,127  72 
Detailed  under  Ship  Channel,  $4,085.50 ;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $60.41 4,145  91 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($9,526.92) 

Kerr  Turbine  Co.,  Wellsville,  steam  turbines,  2 902  20 

Moreau,  G.,  &  Sons,  Quebec:  cleaning  water  tank  and  boiler,  as  per  contract, 

$550;  sundry,  $49.38 599  38 

Accounts  under  $500:  electrical  supplies,  $37.54;  lumber,  $50.77;  oil,  $57.09; 
repairs,  $71.50;  rubber  goods,  $81.19;  medical  treatment,  $107.50;  ice, 
$110.25;  cartage,  $134.50;  uniforms,  $150.40;  linen,  $247.43;  laundry,  $617.57; 
hardware,  $777.86;    miscellaneous,   $1,611.07 4,054  67 

Detailed  under:  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec,  $2,672.23;  Radiotelegraph  Ser- 
vice, $25.66;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $1,272.78 3,970  67 


Total 38,374  93 


"Berens" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  G.  Evans,  master,  at  $170  per  m.,  $2,040; 
G.  Scott,  chief  engineer,  at  $165  per  m.,  $1,980;  W.  H.  Knowles,  asst.  engineer, 
at  $90  per  m.,  $1,080;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,596.58 8,696  58 

Fuel — Combustible 

Union  Oil  Co.  of  Canada,  Vancouver,  oil  at  $2.24  to  $2.63  per  brl 456.78 

Miscellaneous — Divers  ($6,2i 


Canadian   Fairbanks-Morse   Co.    Ltd.,   Vancouver:    engine,    100   HP.,   $185.75; 

battery  parts,  $92.42;  sundry,  $340.56 618  73 

Swift  Canadian  Co.  Ltd.,  Victoria:  butter,  at  34c.  to  45c.  per  lb.,  $116.10;  ham, 
at  22c.  to  28c.  per  lb.,  $73.15;  eggs,  at  34c.  to  57c.  per  doz.,  $65.70;  sundry, 
$366.75 621  70 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 11 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  TEtat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Berens"— Concluded— Fin 
Miscellaneous — Concluded — Divers — Fin 

Yarrows,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  repairs,  per  contract,  $850;  propeller,  per  contract,  $145; 

making  new  tailshaft,  $155 ;  sundry,  $192 1,342  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  lumber,  $25.95;  hardware,  $56.91;  laundry,  $79.92;  linen, 
$107.03;  engine  oil,  $411.20;  miscellaneous,  $771.52;  groceries,  $843.39;  provi- 
sions,   $984.50 3,280  42 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  B.C.,  $426.49;   Radiotelegraph  Service, 

$1.88 428  37 


15,444  58 
Less — Charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  British  Columbia 209  40 

Total 15,235  18 

"Berthier" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  Jos.  Laforest,  captain,  at  $135  per  m., 
$1,417.49;  V.  Laforest,  mate,  at  $90  per  m„  $945;  P.  Blette,  1st  engineer, 
at  $130  per  m.,  $1,420.48;  A.  Guilbault,  2nd  engineer,  at  $90  per  m.,  $997.24; 
wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $7,358.61;  board  of  officers  and  crew. at  80c. 
per  d.,  $4,302.40 16,441  22 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:    accounts  under   $500,   $286.75;    detailed   under   Ship    Channel,   $5,029.50, 

Sorel  Shipyard,  $1,293.50 : 6,609  75 

Miscellaneous — Divers    ($9,46948) 

Accounts  under  $500:  inspection  fees,  $65;  linen,  $256.03;  miscellaneous,  $283.73; 

uniforms,  $345.10;  laundry,  $665.45 •    1,615  31 

Detailed  under,  Ship  Channel,  $2,256.50;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $5,597.67 7,854  17 

Total 32,520  45 


"Birnie" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  W.  L.  Butler,  master,  at  $170  per  m., 
$1,930.32;  J.  Peterson,  master,  at  $170  per  m.,  $109.68;  A.  M.  Connorton, 
chief  engineer,  at  $165  per  m.,  $1,964.03;  E.  S.  Gilbert,  assistant  engineer,  at 
$90  per  m.,  $1,039.36;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,554.77 8,598  16 

Fuel — Combustible 
Imperial  Oil  Ltd.,  Vancouver,  fuel  oil,  5,121   gal.  at   Hie 573  56 

Miscellaneous — Divers  ($3,569.61) 

Bums,  P.  &  Co.  Ltd.,  Prince  Rupert:   beef,  at  18c.  to  25c.  per  lb.,  $203.41; 

mutton  at   18c.  to  25c.  per  lb.,  $122.27;   sundry,  $297.08 622  76 

Stewart  &  Mobley  Ltd.,  Prince  Rupert:  milk  at  $5.45  to  $5.85  per  case,  $99.50; 

eggs,  at  32c.  to  44c.  per  doz.,  $91.20;   sundry,  $750.92 941  62 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $21.50;  steel  barrels,  $48;  laundry,  $54;  uni- 
forms, $57.83;  miscellaneous,  $326.57;  repairs,  $349.06;  gas  engine  oil, 
$349.88;  provisions,  $788.32 1,995  16 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Prince  Rupert 10  07 

12,741  33 
Less — Assistance  rendered  tug  boat  Cape  Scott 73  42 

Total 12,667  91 


O— 12  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  PEtat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Brant" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  T.  B.  Kelly,  master,  at  $120  per  m,., 
$1,204.33;  1st  officers  at  $95  per  m.,  J.  Lowery,  $247;  A.  Campbell,  $701.78; 
L.  Winchester,  chief  engineer,  at  $110  per  m.,  $1,197.59;  F.  Batt,  2nd 
engineer,  at  $80  per  m.,  $819.36;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $4,575.04; 
coaling,  $122.24;  board    of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d.,  $2,692.50 11,559  84 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:   iBuntain,  Bell  &  Co.,  Charlottetown,  at  $8.75  ,to  $11   per  t.,  $2,413.91'; 

accounts  under  $500,  $844.35 3,258  26 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($3,987.08) 

Rutledge,  J.  E.,  Halifax,  legal  services 10  00 

Stewart,  Bruce  &  Co.  Ltd.,  Charlottetown:   spare  propellor,  as  per  quotation, 

$150 ;  repairs,  $95;   sundry,  $839.90 1,084  90 

Accounts  under  $500:  lumber,  $12.01;  ice,  $18;  gasoline,  $39.63;  laundry,  $59.61; 
uniforms,  $89.15;  hardware,  $178.70;  rope,  $199.23;  clothing,  $255.50; 
repairs,  $647.60;   miscellaneous,  $793.12 2,292  55 

Detailed  under,  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Prince  Edward  Island,  $543.08,  Con- 
struction of  Lights,  $6.50 549  58 

18,755  13 

Less — Charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Prince  Edward  Island 35  05 

Total 18,720  08 


"Concretia" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  J.  Martin,  captain,  at  $130  per  m.,  $1,300.90; 
J.  Dick,  mate,  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,000.69;  T.  Hazlett,  1st  engineer,  at  $125 
per  m.,  $1,313.69;  W.  Reed,  2nd  engineer,  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,051.60;  wages 
of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $5,260.70;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c.  per 
d.,    $2,934.40 12,861  98 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Hall,  Geo.,  Corporation,  Ogdensburg,  227  t.  at  $6.50;  accounts  under  $500, 

$973.71 2,449  21 

Miscellaneous — Divers  ($848045) 

Accounts  under  $500;   laundry,  $128.64;   ice,  $117.25;   miscellaneous,  $91.67 337  56 

Detailed  under  Construction  of  Lights 3,142  89 

18,791  64 
Less — Charged  to  Construction  of  Lights 41  62 

Total 18,750  02 


"Contrecceur" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  June  31,  1923:  S.  Savageau,  captain,  at  $140  per  m.,  $420; 
H.  Charbonneau,  1st  officer,  at  $115  per  m.,  $196.61;  R.  Dusabilond,  2nd 
officer,  at  $90  per  m..  $264;  1st  engineers,  at  $120  per  m.,  F.  Pintol,  $205.16, 
A.  Goddn.  $168.84:  L.  P.  Bouchard.  2nd  engineer,  at  $85  per  m.,  $255; 
wages  of  crew,  $2,092.33;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80*.  per  d.,  $1,297.34. .         4,899  28 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Canadian  Import  Co.,  Quebec,  at  $7.50  or  $8  per  t.,  $587;  J.  H.  Giroux, 

Quebec,  116  t.  at  $9.25 ;  accounts  under  $300,  $272.48 1,932  48 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 13 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Contrecoeur" — Concluded — Fin 

Miscellaneous — Divers — ($1,651.08) 

Amounts  under  S500:  clothing,  $128.80;   miscellaneous,  $72.54;  laundry,  $55.94; 

inspection  fees,  $40 ;  ice,  $19.15 316  43 

Detailed  under  Sored  Shipyard 1,334  65 


Total 8,482  84 


"Dollard" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  H.  P.  Bayers,  master,  at  $160  per  m., 
$1,842.58;  R.  J.  Gilbert,  1st  officer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,287.50;  G.  Le  Blanc, 
temporary  1st  officer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,083.32;  2nd  officers,  at  $100  per  m., 
G.  Le  Blanc,  $217.85;  A.  L'Entremont,  $598.28;  G.  S.  Harris,  chief  engineer, 
at  $140  per  m.,  $1,612.26;  H.  Kilroy,  2nd  engineer,  at  $120  per  m.,  $1,440; 
wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $21,032.98;  arrears,  $104.11;  board  of  officers 
and  crew  at  75c  per  d.,  $9,360. 60;  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $251.74 38,831  22 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  L.  E.  Baker  &  Co.,  Yarmouth,  60.52  t.  at  $11.25,  wharfage,  $15;  Cumber- 
land Railway  &  Coal  Co..  Springhill.  at  $7  to  $7.75  per  t.,  $2,179.70;  Dominion 
Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  Halifax,  at  $8.25  to  $10.25  per  t.,  $8,530.63;  Kil-lam  Bros., 
Yarmouth,  at  $11.25  or  $11.75  per  t.,  $4,856.46,  wharfage,  $25,  Marine 
Supplies,  Ltd.,  Halifax,  at  $8.50  or  $8.75  per  t.,  $1,959.50 18,247  14 

Miscellaneous — Divers — ($24,449 .64) 

Consumers  Cordage  Co..  Ltd.,  Halifax:  manila  rope,  at  $18.13  to  $19.94  per  100 

lb.,  $420.03;  sundry,  $122.77 542  80 

Halifax  Shipyards,  Ltd.,  Halifax:  repairs  and  renewals,  as  per  tender,  $7,381.70; 

supplying  and  installing  tail  shaft,  complete,  $1,395;  cost  of  hauling,  $1,522; 

scraping  and  painting,  as  per  tender,  $357;  sundry,  $83.25 10,738  95 

Hogan,  T.  &  Co.,  Halifax,  repairs  to  boiler,  as  per  contract 1,372  70 

Accounts    under    $500:  provisions.    $24.25;    electrical    supplies,    $47.79;    water, 

$130.76;  ice,  $111.25;  lumber,  $141.37;  clothing,  $156;  electrical  work,  $392; 

hospital  treatment,  $638;  hardware,  $691 ;  uniforms,  $891.05;  repairs,  $1,012.50; 

laundry,    $1,047.04 ;    miscellaneous,    $2,323.57 7,606  58 

Detailed  under  Dominion  Steamers   Stores   Account,   $167.44;    Maintenance  of 

Lights,  N.B.,  $357.57,  Nova  Scotia,  $2,900.23;  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $763.37        4,188  61 


81,528  00 


Less — Charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  N.S.,  $142.50 ;  Radiotelegraph  Service, 
$21;  Services  rendered  trawler,  Vanderwalle,  $520;  Workmen's  Compensation 
Board,  re  D.  Murray,  $63.29;  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $251.74 998  53 


Total 80,529  47 

"Druid" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  E.  Pelletier,  master,  at  $160  per  m., 
$1,920;  P.  Fortin.  chief  officer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,302.42;  P.  E.  Caron,  2nd 
officer,  at  $90  per  m.,  $795.48;  S.  Guernard,  chief  engineer,  at  $130  per  m., 
$1,500.91;  2nd  engineers,  at  $105  per  m.,  M.  Roy,  $735,  L.  Bernier,  $482.12; 
P.  Koenig,  operator  and  purser,  at  $85  per  m.,  $753.67;  wages  of  crew  to 
Mar.  31,  1924.  $15,492.59;  arrears,  $42.54;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at 
75c.  per  d.,  $7,780.75 30,805  48 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Canadian  Import  Co.,  Quebec:  at  $8.50  to  $17.50  per  t.,  $3,930.90,  loading, 
$46.15;  Labrecque  &  Couillard.  Quebec,  at  $8.50  or  $18.50  per  t.,  $2,714.48, 
cartage.  $212.16.  bags,  $45.50;  Madden  &  Son,  Quebec,  at  $8.50  or  $19.50 
per  t.,  $11,514.14,  cartage,  $1,072.62;  accounts  under  $500,  $462 19,997  95 


0—14  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Druid"— Concluded— Fin 
Miscellaneous— Divers— ($15,020.68) 

Davie  Shipbuilding  &  Repairing  Co.,  Ltd.,  Levis:  repairs  as  per  agreement,  $3,300; 

sundry,  $227 3,527  00 

Public    Works   Dept..   Ottawa:  use    of   Lome   Dry-Dock    and    docking,    10   d., 

$820;  water,  $5 , 825  00 

Accounts    under    $500:  labour,    $38.08;    hospital    treatment,    $63;    ice,    $195.25; 

cartage,   $228.50;    dry   goods.    $289.55;    uniforms.    $368.80    lumber,    $385.39; 

cleaning  tanks,  $502;  laundry,  $523.20;   hardware,  $1,275.94;   miscellaneous, 

$1,64627 5,515  98 

Detailed  under  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $20.72;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec, 

$5,131.98 5,152  70 

/  

65,824  11 

Less — Charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec,  $207.01;  Loss  of  property  in 
Frontenac  Laundry  fire,  Aug.  7,  1923,  $118.31;  Gaston  Menier,  special  trip  to 
Antioosti  Island,  Nov.  8-13,  1923,  $1,504.76 1,830  08 

Total 63,994  03 


"Emilia" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31.  1924:  A.  Houde.  captain,  at  $112.50  per  m., 
$953.56:  D.  Laforest.  engineer,  at  $110  per  m.,  $1,134.07;  wages  of  crew  to 
Mar.  31.  1924.  $3,324.79;  arrears.  $24.84;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c. 
per  d.,  $1,805.60 7,242  86 

Fuel — Combustible 
Accounts  under  $50,  $27.75;  detailed  under  Ship  Channel,  $264 291  75 

Miscellaneous— Divers— ($8,888.07  ) 

Accounts  under  $500:  ice,  $9.25;  uniforms,  $35;  labour,  $39.22;  lumber,  $78.63; 

laundry,  $110.78 ;  miscellaneous,  $549.10 821  98 

Detailed  under  Sorel  Shipyard 8,011  09 

Total 16,367  68 


"Estevan" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  H.  R.  Bilton,  master,  at  $190  per  m., 
$2,280;  H.  S.  Hughes,  chief  officer,  at  $145  per  m.,  $1,740;  2nd  officers  at 
$125  per  m.,  W.  Gillespie,  $1,060.48;  A.  Couch,  $439.51;  E.  T.  Redford, 
operator  and  purser,  at  $90  per  m.,  $1,080;  J.  A.  Sutherland,  cljief  engineer, 
at  $185  per  m.,  $2,220;  J.  Ascroft,  2nd  engineer,  at  $145  per  m.,  $1,740; 
J.  M.  L.  Alexander,  3rd  engineer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,500;  wages  of  crew 
to   Mar.  31,   1924,  $26,941.55 39,00154 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Prince  Rupert  Feed  Co.,  Prince  Runert,  145.45  t.  at  $10.80;  Wellington- 
Comox  Agency,  Ltd.,  Victoria,  at  $7  to  $8  per  t.,  $3,036 ;  Western  Fuel  Cor- 
poration of  Canada,  Ltd.,  Nanaimo,  at  $7  or  $7.50  per  t.,  $12,904.50 17,511  36 

Miscellaneous— Divers   ($29,979.23) 

Burns,  P.  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Prince  Rupert:  butter,  at  32c.  to  50c.  per  lb.,  $254.20; 

mutton,  at   15c.  to   19c.  per  lb.,  $288.43;   eggs,   at  24c.  to   52c.  per  doz., 

$336.60;  beef,  at  8c.  to  16c.  per  lb.,  $889.99;  sundry,  $870.57 2,639  79 

Leiser,  S.,  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  milk,  at  $1.40  to  $5.60  per  case,  $155.60;  sugar, 

at  $9.25  or  $10.15  per  sack,  $38.80;   sundry,  $412.36 606  76 

Marvin,  E.  B.,  &  Co.,  Victoria:  cotton  waste,  235  lb.  at  13c;  asbestos  rope,  50 

lb.  at  80c;  manila  rope,  at  18c  to  22c  per  lb.,  $296.51;  sundry,  $322.09...  689  15 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 15 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  FEtat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Estevan" — Concluded — Fin 
Miscellaneous — Concluded — Divers — Fin 

Rithet  Consolidated,  Ltd.,  Victoria:   milk,  at  $5.35  or  $5.40  per  case,  $96.70; 

sugar,  at  $9.75  to  $10.20  per  sack,  $429  50;  sundry,  $1,158.90 1,685  10 

Slade,  A.  P.,  &  Co.,  Victoria:  butter,  100  lb.  at  38ic;   eggs,  at  26c.  to  42^c. 

per  doz.,  $100.50;   oranges,  at  $4.25  to  $6  per  case,  $127.98;   potatoes,  92 

sacks,  $132.70;    sundry,   $327.77    727  45 

Swift  Canadian  Co.,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  eggs,  at  24c.  to  57c.  per  doz.,  $382.20;  butter, 

at  36ic.  to  45c.  per  lb.,  $879.30 ;  sundry,  $1,338.05 2,599  55 

Victoria    Machinery    Depot    Co.,    Ltd.,    Victoria:     repairs,    as    per    contract, 

$10,623.50;    sundry,   $2.40    10,625  90 

Wilson  Bros.,  Victoria:  flour,  at  $6.90  or  $7.30  per  bbl.,  $53.75;  sugar,  at  $9.60 

or  $10.50  per  sack,  $99.60;  milk,  at  $5.35  or  $5.85  per  case,  $231;  sundry, 

$425.28    809  63 

Accounts  under  $500:  lumber,  $100.64;   vegetables,  $266.51;  hardware,  $308.77; 

paints,  $311.47;  linen,  $321.48;  laundry,  $456.30;  groceries,  $495.93;  machine 

work,    $672.43;    clothing,    $686.55;     tailoring,    $740;     provisions,     $1,039.01; 

miscellaneous,  $2,622.24 8,021  33 

Detailed  under  Radiotelegraph   Service,   $54.07;    Maintenance   of   Lights,  B.C., 

$1,520.50    1,574  57 

86,492  13 
Less — Charged   to   Construction    of   Lights,    $7.63;     Maintenance     of     Lights, 

British  Columbia  $1,469.94 1,477  57 

Total  85,014  56 


"Grenville" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  A.  B.  Smith,  master,  at  $160  per  m., 
$1,692.73;  R.  Smith,  chief  officer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,477.09;  Jas.  Leonard, 
chief  engineer,  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,596.62;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$9,863.82 ;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c.  per  d.,  $4,582.58 19,212  84 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Century  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  Sault  Ste.  Marie,  99.75  t.  at  $6;  Great  Lakes 
Transportation  Co.,  Ltd.,  Parry  Sound,  969  t.  at  $7.25;  Jas.  Murphy,  Fort 
William,  85  t.  at  $5.97 ;  accounts  under  $500,  $546.60 8,677  80 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($3,795.29) 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $10.42;  ice,  $216.54;   repairs,  $312.15;  laundry, 

$396.25;  miscellaneous,  $2,134.98 3,070  34 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Parry  Sound 724  95 

31,685  93 

Less — Empty  barrels  returned,  Imperial  Oil  Ltd 185  00 

Total   31,500  93 


"Lady  Grey" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  J.  B.  Mercier,  captain,  at  $160  per  m., 
$1,920;  L.  Corriveau,  1st  officer,  at  $120  per  m.,  $744.28;  1st  officers 
broken  periods,  $560.84;  D.  Beaudette,  2nd  officer  and  pilot,  at  $100  per  m., 
$937.09;  J.  Roy,  chief  engineer,  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,800;  A.  Laflamme,  2nd 
engineer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,500;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $17,747.59; 
board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d.,  $8,228.25 33,438  05 

Fuel— Combustible   ($25,530.89) 

Coal:  Buntain,  Bell  &  Co.,  Charlottetown,  131.445  t.  at  $8.75;  Canadian 
Import  Co.,  Quebec:  at  $6.90  to  $17  per  t.,  $5,713.50,  loading,  $105.95; 
Carter,  A.  T.,  Quebec:  100  t.  at  $10.50,  labour,  at  35c.  per  hr.,  $44.10,  Dom- 
inion Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  478.335  t.  at  $9.50;  Madden  &  Son,  Quebec: 
at  $8.50  or  $17  per  t.,  $7,698.20,  cartage,  $463.78;  Shives,  R.  K,  132.10  t.  at 
$10.50,  labour,  at  35c.  per  hr.,  $34.30;   accounts  under  $500,  $704.39 22,895  58 

Detailed  under  Ship  Channel,  $2,530;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $105.31 2,635  31 


O— 16  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Lady  Grey"— Concluded— Fin 
Miscellaneous— Divers   ($27,08741) 

Davie  Shipbuilding  &  Repairing  Co.  Ltd.,  Levis:  repairs  as  per  contract,  $10,785; 

sundry,  S51.02 10,836  02 

McKay,  Alex.  Co.  Ltd.,  Quebec,  repairs  to  boiler,  as  per  tender 730  00 

Moreau,  Gaudiose  Fils,  Quebec:  repairs  as  per  contract,  $1,036;  sundry,  $41.24.         1,077  24 

Nova  Scotia  Steel  &  Coal  Co.  Ltd.,  New  Glasgow,  2  tail  shafts,  as  per  speci- 
fication          2,900  00 

Public  Works  Dept.,  Ottawa,  use  of  Lome  Dry-Dock,  $500,  Champlain  Dry- 
Dock,  $820 1,320  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  provisions,  $60;  cartage,  $123;  oil,  $130.15;  water,  $143; 
lumber,  $199.81;  tailoring,  $484.10;  laundry,  $596.51;  hardware,  $766.31;  mis- 
cellaneous, $2,505.81 5,008  69 

Detailed  under  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $12.82;   Maintenance  of  Lights,  P.E.I., 

$48.16;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $941;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec,  $4,163.48....         5,165  46 

86,006  35 
Less — Charged  to,  Sorel   Shipyard  24c„  Maintenance   of   Lights,   Quebec,  $10, 
Radiotelegraph   Service,  $23.71;    Health  Dept.,   return   trip   to   Gross   Isle, 
$105.48 139  43 


Total. 85,866  92 


"Lady  Laurier" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  masters  at  $160  per  m.,  C.  A.  Travis, 
$1,790.97;  G.  A.  Slawenwhite,  $289.03;  chief  officers,  at  $125  per  m.,  G.  A. 
Slawenwhite,  $1,129.99,  T.  Boudreau,  $232.26;  2nd  officers  at  $100  per  m., 
T.  Boudreau,  $1,019.35,  T.  Reyno,  $183.23;  R.  W.  Hooper,  chief  engineer, 
at  $150  per  m.,  $1,800;  W.  J.  Brown,  2nd  engineer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,500; 
S.  A.  McLean,  operator  and  purser,  at  $75  per  m^  $900;  wages  of  crew  to 
Mar.  31,  1924,  $28,136.86;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d., 
$12,538.25;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $261 49,780  94 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Dominion  Coal  Co.  Ltd.,  Halifax,  at  $6.75  to  $9.25,  $13,152.83,  Inverness 
Railway  &  Coal  Co.,  Inverness,  212.  t.  at  $8;  Marine  Supplies  Ltd.,  Halifax, 
at  $8.50  to  $9.25,  $3,049.50;  Nova  Scotia  Steel  &  Coal  Co.  Ltd.,  Sydney,  871 
t.  at  $6.75 23,777  58 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($10,809.27) 

Consumers  Cordage  Co.  Ltd.,  Halifax:  manila  rope  at  $19.03  to  $36.26  per  100 

lbs.,  $701.23;   sundry,  $109.92 811  15 

Isnor  Gordon  B.,  Halifax:  making  and  trimming, — uniforms  at  $19.75  or  $21.50 
per  suit,  $1,082.50,  overcoats,  12  at  $15.50,  trousers,  42  pr.  at  $3.25,  pea- 
jackets,  2  at  $14 1,433  00 

Robertson,  Wm.  &  Son,  Halifax:  link  chain,  4,058  lbs.  at  7c;  sundry,  $256.18; 

less  underpaid,  $12.78 . 527  46 

Weingart,  John  A.,  Shelburne,  motor  launch  complete,  as  per  specification 1,800  00 

Accounts  under  $500;   stationery,  $1.80;  lumber,  $22.24;  hardware,  $72.78;   ice, 

$192.50 ;  laundry,  $663.97;  miscellaneous,  $2,443.03 3,396  32 

Detailed  under  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $62.29;   D.S.  Stores  Account,  $632.04; 

Maintenance  of  Lights,  N.B.,  $257.36,  Nova  Scotia,,  $1,389.65 2,341  34 

83,867  79 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $261;   Maintenance  of  Lights, 

Nova  Scotia,  $118.13;  clothing  sold,  $6.67 385  80 

Total 83,481  99 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 17 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Laurentian" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  M.  J.  McLean,  master,  at  $150  per  m., 
$1,800;  F.  D.  Stevens,  chief  officer,  at  $115  per  m.,  $1,380;  J.  J.  Campbell, 
2nd  officer,  at  $95  per  m.,  $1,140;  W.  W.  Roberts,  chief  engineer,  at  $130  per 
m.,  $1,560;  V.  R.  Pitt,  2nd  engineer,  at  $110  per  m.,  $1,320;  wages  of  crew 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $13,427.23;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d.,  $6,541.50       27,168  73 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Co'lwell  Fuel  Co.  Ltd.,  St.  John,  at  $8.50  or  $9  per  t.,  $1,373.91;  Cumber- 
land Railway  &  Coal  Co.,  Springhill,  at  $7  to  $7.75  per  t.,  $2,177.17;  Dom- 
inion Coal  Co.  Ltd.,  St.  John,  at  $8.50  or  $9.25  per  t.,  $3,088.75;  accounts 
under  $50,  $25.87 6.665  70 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($12,982.52) 

Butler,  R.  D.,  Yarmouth,  repairs  as  per  contract 1,272  82 

Scovil  Bros.  Ltd.,  St.  John:  making  suits,  at  $16.75  or  $17.25  per  suit,  $515.50; 

trousers,  20  pr.   at  $1.80 551  50 

Union  Foundry  &  Machine  Works,  Ltd.,  St.  John:  repairs  as  per  tender,  $4,406.30; 

sundry,  $99.46 4,505  76 

Yarmouth  Marine  Railway  Co.  Ltd.,  Yarmouth,  marine  railway  charges,  July, 

1923 627  60 

Accounts  under  $500:  lumber,  $121.87;  ice,  $131.13;  hardware,  $132.81;  elec- 
trical supplies,  $300 ;   laundry,  $321.28 ;   miscellaneous,  $3,703.70 4,710  79 

Detailed  under  Radiotelegraph   Service,  $44.28;    Maintenance   of   Lights,   N.B., 

$1,269.77 1,314  05 

46,816  95 
Less — Charged  to   Maintenance   of  Lights,  N.B.,  $55;    Construction   of  Lights, 
$44.24;    Radiotelegraph   Service,   $15.81;    tolls    collected   on   Radiotelegraph 
messages,  $1.92 116  97 


Total 46,699  98 


"Loos" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  R.  Corriveau,  master,  at  $135  per  m., 
$456.97;  C.  Fortin,  chief  officer  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,007.42;  L.  Ouellet,  chief 
engineer,  at  $110  per  m.,  $1,261.12;  J.  Lachance,  2nd  engineer  at  $100  per 
m.,  $1,138.30 3,863  81 

Wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  $7,610,29;  board  at  80c.  per  d.,  $4,056.40 11,666  69 

Fuel— Combustible,  ($9,285,98) 

Canadian  Import  Co.,  Quebec:   coal,  at  $8.50  or  $17  per  ton,  $195.50;  loading, 

$12.35 207  85 

Carter,  A.  T.,  Gaspe:  coal,  at  $9.35  or  $10.50  per  ton,  $1,258.98;  Labour,  $44.22; 

water,  $49;  adjustment  of  payment  for  coal  purchased  in  1922-23,  $129.50...  1,481  70 

Labrecque  &  Couillard,   Quebec:    coal,  at   $8.50    or  $18.50   per  ton,  $2,027.94; 

cartage,  $163.15 ;  sundries,  $68 2,259  09 

Madden  &  Son,  Quebec:    coal,  at  $8.50  to  $19.50  per  ton,  $4,875.38;   cartage, 

$450.84;  sundries,  $11.12 5,337  34 

Miscellaneous— Divers,  ($11,924.76) 

Davie  Shipbuilding  &  Repairing  Co.,  Levis:  repairs  to  steamer  as  per  contract, 

$4,365;  sundries,  $49 4,414  00 

Moreau,  G.  &  Son,  Quebec:  cleaning  fresh  water  tanks,  boiler  feed  tank,  sides 

and  cross  bunkers,  as  per  contract,  $1,135 ;  sundries,  $70.16 1,205  16 

Public  Works  Dept.,  use  of  dry  dock 500  00 

Accounts  under  $500 2,653  97 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec 3,151  63 

Total 36,741  24 

1— 2o 


O— 18  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Na  vires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $       cts. 

"Mikula" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  masters,  at  $160  per  m.,  J.  Hearn,  $988.39, 
0.  Mercier,  $77.40;  1st  officers,  at  $125  per  m.,  L.  Corriveau,  $268.24,  R. 
Mercier,  $875;  2nd  officers,  at  $100  per  m.,  R.  Mercier,  $512.10,  D.  Despres, 
$683.87;  E.  Lacroix,  chief  engineer,  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,800;  P.  E.  Bolduc,  2nd 
engineer  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,500;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $32,901.67; 
arrears  $37.69;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d.,  $14,367;  labour, 
at  35c.  per  h.,  $28 54,039  36 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Canadian  Import  Co.,  Quebec:  at  $6.90  or  $8.50  per  t.,  $27,703.20,  loading, 
$677.30;  Dominion  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  Sydney.  1,037  t.  at  $5.75,  sundry,  $5; 
Labrecque  &  Couillard,  Quebec:  at  $6.90  to  $18.50  per  t.,  $4,128.18,  sacks,  940 
at  10c,  cartage,  $4.58;  Madden  &  Son,  Quebec:  at  $6.90  to  $17.50  per  t., 
$20,495.54,  loading,  $770.06,  bags,  368  at  10c,  cartage  and  bagging,  $42.04...        60,956  45 

Miscellaneous— Divers,  ($89,417.05) 

Beaucbemin  &  Fils,  Ltd1.,  Sorel,  propellor  blades,  as  per  specification 7,652  02 

Canadian  Salvage  Association,  Ltd.,  Quebec,  salvage  assistance lr149  45 

Davie  Shipbuilding   &    Repairing   Co.,    Ltd.,   sundry    repairs   as    per    contract, 

$47,884.25;  towage,  $175 48,059  25 

Hazel,  James  &  Son,  Quebec,  brass  castings  at  30c  or  50c  per  lb 671  88 

Kelly,  James,  North  Svdney:  engine  oil,  167  gal.  at  $1.15;  rubber  boots,  20  pr. 

at  $7.25;  sundry,  $276.20 _ 613  25 

McKay,  Alex.  Co.,  Ltd.,  Quebec,  repairs  to  steam  steering  gear  as  per  specification.         1,578  00 
Moreau,  Gaudiose  Fils,  Quebec:    repairs  to  boilers  and  cleaning  tank,  $6,313; 
asbestos  pipe  covering.  $718;  labour,  at  50c.  or  75c  per  h.,  $125.25;  sundry, 

$248.31 7,404  56 

Public  Works  Dept.,  Ottawa,   use  of  Champlain  dry-dock 2,645  00 

Ryan,  Mrs.  Thos.,  Quebec,  cartage 747  00 

Accounts    under    $500:    lumber,    $52.70;    stationery,    $82.45;    ice,    $171.20;    oil, 

$407.10;   laundry,  $603.26;   hardware,  $2,044.31;    miscellaneous,   $8,696.76....        12,057  78 
Detailed  under,— Sorel  Shipyard,  $46.25;  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $33.29;   Main- 
tenance of  Lights,  Quebec,  $6,759.32 6,838  86 

204,412  86 
Less— charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  N.B.,  $11.08;  Radiotelegraph  Service, 

$33.66;  loss  of  good^  in  Frontenac  laundry  fire,  $118.31 163  05 

Total 204,249  81 


"Montcalm" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  March  31,  1924:  Oscar  Mercier,  master,  at  $160  per  m., 
$988.39;  J.  Hearn,  master,  at  $160  per  m.,  $931.61;  H.  Carbonneau,  1st  officer 
at  $125  per  m..  $1,500;  L.  Blais,  2nd  officer  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,200;  G. 
Belanger,  3rd  officer  at  $90  per  m.,  $766.45;  L.  Fournier,  3rd  officer  at  $90 
per  m.,  $313.55;  wireless  operators  at  $60  to  $85  per  m.,  $1,046.86;  A. 
Carbonneau,  1st  engineer  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,800;  L.  Angers,  2nd  engineer 
at  $125  per  m.,  $1,500;  Jean  Roger,  3rd  engineer  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,200; 
engineers  at  $85  or  $90  per  m.,  $3,117.16;  wages  of  crew  to  March  31,  1924, 
$30,945.97;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c  per  day,  $17,363.20 62,673  19 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Bras  d'Or  Coal  Co.,  Little  Bras  d'Or,  741.45  tons  at  $7.80,  unloading, 
$296.67;  Canadian  Import  Co,,  Quebec,  644.7  tons  at  $8.50,  unloading, 
$119.60;  A.  T.  Carter,  Gaspe,  450  tons  at  $9.35  or  $10.50,  $4,552.50,  trimming, 
$183.30;  Dominion  Coal  Co.,  Halifax,  180  tons  at  $8.25;  J.  H.  Giroux, 
Three  Rivers,  120  tons  at  $11;  Labrecque  and  Couillard,  Quebec,  912.04 
tons  at  $8.50  or  $18.50,  $7,903.98,  sacks  and  cartage,  $747.50;  Madden  & 
Sons,  Quebec,  475  tons  at  $8.50,  15.15  tons  at  $19.50,  bags  and  cartage, 
$358.81;  Nova  Scotia  Steel  &  Coal  Co,  North  Sydney,  1,698  tons  at  $6.75; 
less  charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights..  Quebec,  $120.90 43,904  15 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—19 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  PEtat — Suite  $       cts. 

"Montcalm"— Concluded — Fin 
Miscellaneous— Divers  ($37,686.14) 

Advertising    in    various    newspapers 11  20 

Davie  Shipbuilding  &   Repairing   Co.,   Lauzon:    repairs   according  to   contract, 

$10,010;    electric    energy,    $41.39;    towing,   $190... 10,24139 

Jack,  Watson  &  Co.,  Montreal:    brass  tubes,   1,000,     $2,188.73;      freight      and 

insurance,    $58.70 2,247  43 

Moreau,  Gaudiose  &  Son,  Limoilou:  fire  brick,  200,  $200;  fire  clay,  51  bags, 
$76.50;  cement,  61  bags,  $70.76;  cleaning  fresh  water  tanks  according  to 
contract,  $1,235;  asbestos  covering  for  steam  pipes,  according  to  contract, 
$65    1,647  26 

Myrand  &  Pouliot,  Quebec:  uniforms,  64  at  $9.35  or  $9.95,  $612.20;  coats,  31, 

$347 ;   trousers,  62  pairs  at  $1.50 1,052  20 

Public  Works  Department:  use  of  dry  dock,  Levis,  1  day,  $150,  10  days  at  $120; 

use  of  pump,  $33.75 1,383  75 

Steam  tug  Grace  and  owners,  North  Sydney,  water,  764  tons 764  00 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa,  stationery 4  96 

Accounts  under  $500:  clothing,  $597.76;  repairs,  $608.76;  ice,  $164;  gasoline  and 
oil,  $683.09;  packing,  $366.18;  electric  energy  and  supplies,  $471.28;  laundry, 
$639.68;    lumber,   $570.78;    miscellaneous,   $7,161.20 11,262  73 

Detailed  in  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec,  $8,378.59,  Prince  Edward  Island, 
$13.95,  Nova  Scotia,  $9.45;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $7.40;  Radiotelegraph  Service, 
$661.83    9,07122 

144,263  48 
Less,  received  for  radio  messages,  $19.22,  uniform  clothing,  $6.84,  towing  E.  V. 

Miller,  $75 101  06 

Total    144,162  42 


"Murray  Stewart" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924-  captains,  at  $130  per  m.,  A.  Simpell,  $542.78, 
J.  Ouellette,  $651.67;  J.  Patchell,  mate,  at  $100  per  m.,  $917.72;  chief  engi- 
neers, at  $125  per  m.,  Thos.  Wilson,  $666.13,  Wm.  Lake.  $542.35;  V.  L.  Giffin, 
2nd  engineer  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,052.26;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$4,108.65;  arrears,  $255.21;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c.  per  d.,  $2,156.80       10,893  57 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Century  Coal  Co.  Ltd.,  Sault  Ste.  Marie.  184.5  t.  at  $6;  Great  Lakes 
Transportation  Co.  Ltd.,  Parry  Sound,  at  $7.25  or  $8.25  per  t.,  $2,737.58; 
accounts  under  $500,   $708 4,552  58 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($10,708.62) 

Payette,  P.  Co.,  Penetanguishene :  repairs  as  per  contract,  $5,361.75;  extra  work 

in  excess  of  contract,  $1,254.04 6  615  79 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $12.23;  laundry,  $125.66;  miscellaneous, '$2,893.78         3^031  67 
Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Parry  Sound,  $939.76;   Construction  of 

Lights,   $121.40    1,061  16 

26  154  77 
Less— Refunded    by    F.    Lalonde,    steward,    for    provisions,    $22.60;    peajacket 
retained     by     H.     Mourey,     $5;     assistance     rendered     Glenstriven     when 
aground,  $47.80   75  40 

Total    26,079  37 


"Nelson" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  M.  B.  Wrayton,  master,  at  $120  per  m, 
$1,440;  J.  F.  McNeil,  engineer,  at  $95  per  m.,  $1,140;  wages  of.  crew  to 
Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,814.25;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c.  per  d.,  $1,620  80.  7.015  05 

l-2io 


O— 20  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S,  REPORT,  1923-84 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Nelson"— Concluded— Fin 
Fuel — Combustible 
Accounts  under  $500 473  92 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($1,924.13) 

Accounts  under  $500:  laundry,  $31.21;  hardware,  $60.89;  repairs,  $322.50;  mis- 
cellaneous,   $790.26    1,204  86 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Nova  Scotia,  $606.77;  Dominion  Steamers 

Stores  Account,  $112.50 719  27 


Total    9,413  10 


"Newington" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  H.  A.  Ormiston,  master,  at  $170  per  m., 
$2,001.61;  1st  officers  at  $130  per  m.,— W.  Gillespie,  $457.10,  J.  McLean, 
$766.99,  A.  Couch,  $62.90;  2nd  officers  at  $110  per  m.,— A.  Couch,  $918.06, 
S.  S.  Laird,  $635.16;  T.  E.  Morrison,  chief  engineer,  at  $165  per  m.,  $1,980; 
S.  Stromdahl,  second  engineer,  at  $135  per  m.,  $1,620;  S.  A.  Galbraith,  junior 
radio  operator,  at  $60  per  m.,  $150.75;  S.  A.  Shatford,  junior  radio  operator, 
at   $60    per    m.,    $344 8,936  57 

Wages  of  crew   11,544  76 

Fuel— Combustible  ($4,664.03) 

Prince  Rupert  Feed  Co.,  Prince  Rupert:  coal,  at  $9.80  to  $10.80  per  ton,  $2,928.53; 

loading  at  55c.  per  ton,  $41.50    2,970  03 

Wellington-Comox  Agency,  Limited,  Victoria,  coal  at  $7  per  ton 1,694  00 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($13,022.98) 

Burns,  P..  &  Co.,  Prince  Rupert:  beef,  at  8c.  to  20c.  per  lb.,  $417.69;  mutton, 
at  17c.  to  29c.  per  lb.,  $275.36;  pork,  at  15c.  to  28c.  per  lb.,  $176.17;  veal, 

at  lie.  to  25c.  per  lb.,  $104.51;  sundry  supplies,  $416.63;  freight,  $14.35 1,404  71 

Prince  Rupert  Dry  Dock,  Prince  Rupert,  repairs 3,451  68 

Stewart  &  Mobley,  Limited,  Prince  Rupert:  butter,  at  39c.  to  50c.  per  lb., 
$176.50;  coffee  at  40c.  per  lb.,  $50;  eggs,  at  29c.  to  38c.  per  doz.,  $150.90; 
milk,  at  $5.40  to  $5.80  per  cs.,  $143.35;  tea,  at  52c.  to  55c.  per  lb.,  $87.25; 

sundry  groceries,  $639.97  1,247  97 

Swift  Canadian  Co.,  Prince  Rupert:  bacon,  at  28c.  to  33c.  per  lb.,  $149.41;  beef, 
at  12c.  to  18c.  per  lb.,  $115.14;  butter,  at  33c.  to  45c.  per  lb.,  $231.20;  eggs, 
at  28c.  to  45c.  per  doz.,  $200.40;  ham,  at  24c.  to  28c.  per  lb.,  $122.20;  mutton, 
at  18c.  to  22c.  per  lb.,  $92.73;  pork,  at  15c.  to  19c.  per  lb.,  $107.44;  shorten- 
ing, 350  lb.,  $52.50 ;  sundry  supplies,  $174.90  1,245  92 

Accounts  under  $500  5,294  40 

Detailed  in  the  following  services:  Maintenance  of  Lights,  British  Columbia, 
$78.05;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Prince  Rupert,  $35.91;  Radiotelegraph  Ser- 
vice,   $264.34 378  30 

38,168  34 
Less:  Assistance  rendered  tug  Cape  Scott,  $326.76;  coal  supplied  to  lightkeepers, 

$70;  charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  British  Columbia,  $156.04 552  80 

Total    37,615  54 

Patrol  Boat  "G"— Patache  "G" 

Accounts  under  $500 :  hardware,  $14.19 ;  miscellaneous,  $280.79 294  98 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec,  $83.14;  New  Brunswick,  $24.65..  107  79 

Total  402  77 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


O— 21 


Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  FEtat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Scout" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31.  1924:  M.  Barry,  captain,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,252.89; 
J.  Markey,  mate,  at  $100  per  m.,  $1,002.30;  G.  Lessard,  1st  engineer  at 
$115  per  m.,  $1,222.34;  E.  Walker,  2nd  engineer,  at  $95  per  m.,  $995.97; 
wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $4,954.93;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at 
80c.  per  d.,  $2,806.67   12,235  10 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:    Hall,   Geo.,   Corporation,   Ogdensburg,  at  $6.50   or  $7.50   per  t.,  $2,308; 

accounts  under  $500,  $638.94    2,946  94 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($3,975.22) 

Accounts  under  $500:  laundry,  $16.48;  miscellaneous,  $510.86 527  34 

Detailed  under  Construction  of  Lights 3,447  88 

19,157  26 
Less — Charged  to  Construction  of  Lights  41  61 

Total  19,115  65 


"Shamrock" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  S.  Sauvageau,  captain,  at  $140  per  m., 
$1,260;  H.  Charbonneau,  1st  officer,  at  $115  per  m.,  $971.95;  R.  Dusablon, 
2nd\  officer,  at  $90  per  m.,  $519.69;  F.  Pintol,  1st  engineer,  at  $120  per  m., 
$1,070.32;  L.  P.  Bouchard,  2nd  engineer,  at  $85  per  m.,  $650.02;  wages  of 
crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $4,423.98;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c.  per  d., 
$2,575.20    11,471  16 

Fuel — Combustible 
Accounts  under  $500  411  60 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($28,1,71 .98) 

Accounts  under  $500:  laundry,  $227.79;  labour,  $37.92;  miscellaneous,  $1,417.63..  1,683  34 

Detailed  under  Sorel  Shipyard   26,788  59 

40,354  69 
Less — Sale  of  trousers   3  00 

Total 40,351  69 


"Stanley" 

Salaries  of  officers:  masters,  at  $160  per  m.,  I.  C.  Rhude,  $516.13.,  H.  P.  Bayers, 
$77.42;  chief  officers,  at  $125  per  m.,  I.  B.  Power,  $403.23,  R.  J.  Gilbert, 
$212.50,  G.  Le  Blanc,  $60.48;  W.  A.  D'Entremont,  2nd  officer  at  $100  per 
m.,  $370.97;  chief  engineers,  at  $150  per  m.,  Wm.  Hyslop,  $483.87,  G.  S. 
Harris,  $67.74;  D.  McColl,  2nd  engineer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,467.57;  wages 
of  crew,  $10,725.97;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  75c.  per  d.,  $4,099.60 


18,485  48 


Fuel — Combustible 

Coal:  Buntain  Bell  &  Co.,  Charlottetown,  117.465  t.  at  $9.25;  Dominion  Coal 
Co.,  Ltd.,  Halifax,  at  $6.75  to  $9,25  per  t.,  $5,331.50;  Nova  Scotia  Steel  & 
Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  North  Sydney,  348  t.  at  $6.50,  trimming,  $87;  accounts  under 
$200,  $140    


8,907  05 


Miscellaneous— Divers  ($3,935.60) 


Advertising  in  various  papers   , 

Halifax  Shipyards  Ltd.,  Halifax,  hauling,  $365.60;  repairs,  per  contract,  $275, 


6  70 
640  60 


O— 22  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Dominion  Steamers — Continued — Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat — Suite  $      cts. 

"Stanley"— Concluded— Fin 
Miscellaneous — Concluded — Divers — Fin 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $118.46;  laundry,  $236.35;  repairs,  $303.63;  mis- 
cellaneous,  $1,108.49    1,766  93 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Nova  Scotia,  $1,217.46;  Prince  Edward 
Island,  $51.88;  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $33.84;  Dominion  Steamers  Stores 
Account,   $218.09 1,521  27 


31,328  03 
Less — Refunded,    private    messages 3  66 

Total    31,324  37 

"Vercheres" 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  E.  Aussant,  captain,  at  $112.50  per  m., 
$1,168.56;  Jos.  Laforest,  1st  officer,  at  $90  per  m.,  $924.58;  H.  Robitaille, 
1st  engineer,  at  $110  per  m.,  $1,178.07;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$5,418.11;  board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c.  per  d.,  $2,987.74 11,677  06 

Fuel — Combustible 

Coal,  Leger,  A.  &  Co.,  Lachine,  at  $8.25  or  $9  per  t 846  94 

Miscellaneous— Divers  ($6,297.31) 

Accounts  under  $500:  lumber,  $22.81;  labour,  $33.81;  laundry,  $479.81;  mis- 
cellaneous,  $976.99 1,513  42 

Detailed   under   Sorel    Shipyard,   $4,781.01;    Maintenance    of    Lights,    Montreal 

District,  $2.88 4,783  89 

18,821  31 
Less— Charged  to  Sorel  Shipyard 1,226  20 

Total 17,595  11 

Seasonal  Vessels — Navires   en  service   a   certaines  periodes 

Wages  and  board  for  April,  May,  Nov.  and  Dec:  coal  barge  No.  5,  $1,080.11; 

coal  barge  No.  6,  $2,009.35;  James  Howden,  $1,622.48;  Laviolette,  $711.63; 

Varennes,  $1,477.45 ;   Contrecoeur,  $644.69 7,545  71 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Montreal,  repairs  to  engine  of  Shoepack 625  00 

Canadian  Import  Co.,  Montreal,  coal,  80f  net  tons  at  $8 646  00 

Payments  under  $500:  coal,  $493.17;   laundry,  $13.43;  freight,  $8.31 514  91 

Detailed  under:  Sorel  Shipyard,  $396.37;   Maintenance  of  Lights,  Parry  Sound, 

$150.48 546  85 

Total 9,878  47 

Stores  Account — Compte  des  magasins 

Burns  and  Kelleher,  Halifax:  repairs  to  Str.  Bayfield,  $1,335;  detailed  under 
Hydrographic  Survey,  Magdalen  Islands,  page  O — 31,  $2,875  (see  corre- 
spondence)           4,210  00 

Caldwell,  Boyd,  Perth,  blue  coating,  203|  yd.  at  $3.25 662  19 

Canada  Wire  &  Cable  Co.  Ltd.,  Leaside:   wire  rope,  2,440  ft.,  $518.07;   reel, 

$2.75,  less  discount,  $10.36 510  46 

Canadian  Import  Co.,  Sorel:  steam  coal,  400  t.  at  $7.50,  3,558  t.  at  $8.50 33,243  00 

Clark  Blanket  Co.  Ltd.,  Dundas:  grey  blankets,  1,904  lb.  at  57£c;  less  freight, 

$16.64 1,078  16 

Clarke,  A.  R.  &  Co.  Ltd.,  Toronto:  lined  mittens,  54  doz.  pr.  at  $9.50,  sales 

tax,  $3.42 516  42 

Dominion  Wire   Rope   Ltd.,   Montreal:    wire    rope,   3,310    ft.,   $614.35;    sundry, 

$42.82;  less  discount,  $11.73 645  44 

Economic  Products  Ltd.,  Montreal:  marine  engine  oil  at  60c.  to  62c.  per  gal., 

$3,910.07;  cylinder  oil,  2431-  gal.  at  48c;  barrels,  155  at  $5;  sundry,  $80.24..         4,882  19 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 23 


Dominion  Steamers— Continued— Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat— Suite  $      cts. 

Stores  Account — Continued — Compte  des  magasins — Suite 

Eddy,  E.  B.  Co.,  Ltd.,  Hull:  matches,  133  cases,  $593.88;  war  tax,  $86.40 680  28 

Forbes,  R.  Co.,  Hospeler,  blue  serge,  647^  yd.  at  $1.78,  2,182f  yd.  at  $3.25 8,244  62 

Grant-Holden-Graham,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:   cutting  and  making  overalls,  62^  doz.  at 

$7.50;  wool  mufflers,  707  at  $1 1,173  88 

Greening,  B.  Wire  Co.  Ltd.,  Hamilton,  galvanized  wire  rope,  1,320  ft.,  $343.14; 

flexible  wire  rope,  f  in.,  f  in.  or  |  in.,  2,250  ft.,  $456.24;  2  reels,  $5.75 805  13 

Halifax  Marine   Engineering  Co.,   Ltd.,   electric  welding   on  boilers   of  Acadia  60  00 

Howe  &  McNulty,  Prince  Rupert:  ash  oars  (12  ft.)  108  ft.  at  52c.  (9  ft.)  96  ft.  at 

32c;  manila  rope  at  19c.  or  19Jc.  per  lb.,  $253.16;   sundry,  $249.15 589  19 

Imperial  Oil  Co.:  Arctic  cup  grease,  1,449^  lbs.,  $101.33;  candles,  640  sets  at 
9c;  gasoline  at  23c  to  30ic  per  gal.,  $140.21;  oil,  dynamo  at  27£e.  to  46fc 
per  gal.,  $285.39,  royalite  at  19c  to  24^c  per  gal.,  $631.18,  colza  at  23c  to 
25c  per  gal.,  $144.93,  gas  engine  at  48|c  or  51|c  per  gal.,  $350.63,  marine 
engine  at  55ic  to  62fc  per  gal.,  $103.36,  renown,  125  gals,  at  27|c,  mineral 

seal,  162  gals,  at  23c;   barrels  at  $5  or  $8  each,  $848;   sundry,  $6.81 2,741  39 

Independent  Cordage  Co.,  Toronto:  log  lines,  60  fathoms,  4  at  $13.50;  manila 

rope,  5,205-V  lbs.,  $1,020.70;  sundry,  $93.88;  less  discount,  14c 1,168  44 

Jackson,  C.  H.  &  Co.,  Quebec,  spruce,  1  in.,  20,338  ft.  at  $38.50 783  01 

Lavallee,  Alfred,  Sorel:  hardwood,  sawed  and  split,  20  cords  at  $13;   chestnut 

coal  27  tons  at  $16 692  00 

Marvin,  E.  B.  &  Co.,  Victoria:  flexible  steel  wire  rope,  f  in.,  3,000  ft.  at  15c; 

sundry,  $62.49 512  49 

National  Defence  Dept.,  stores  from  Halifax  Dockyard: — blankets,  460  at  $3.50; 
blue  jean,  3,157|  yds.  at  24c;  table  cloths,  2  x  2,  6  at  $4.01;  table 
cloth,  2  yds.  wide,  165  yds.  at  $1.93;  huck  towels,  468  at  30c;  bath  towels, 
36  at  80c;  jerseys,  192,  $400;  Walker  cherub  logs  with  notators,  5  at 
$32.50;  glass  tubes,  500  at  20c;  sheets,  120  at  $1.05,  24  at  $1;  zinc  plates, 

9,416  lbs,  $647.35;  sundry,  $1,228.32 5,567  74 

National  Varnish  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd,  Montreal:  battleship  grej'  paint,  40  gal. 
at  $2.25;  yellow  paint,  21  gal.  at  $2.65;  mast  paint,  40  gal.  at  $2.65;  marine 
black,  190  gal.  at  $2.25,  50  gal.  at  $2.10;  marine  white,  155  gal.  at  $2.95; 
white  enamel,  48  gal.  at  $4.75;  white  lead  in  oil  at  $12  or  $12.86  per  100 
lbs,  $257.59;  white  zinc  in  oil,  300  lbs.  at  16c,  100  lbs.  at  14c;  spar  varnish, 

34  gal.  at  $4.40;   sundry,  $188.26 2,126  85 

Oils  Registered,  Quebec:  soap,  541  lbs.  at  ll^c.;  linseed  oil  soap,  1,118  lbs.  at 
9c;  marine  engine  oil,  453  gal.  at  60c;   colza  oil,  45  gal.  at  35c;   barrels, 

11   at  $5 505  39 

Ottawa  Paint  Works,  Ltd,  Ottawa:  battleship  grey  paint,  100  gals,  at  $1.60; 
turpentine,  40  gals,  at  $2.35;  white  lead,  3,000  lbs.  at  10^c;  sundry,  $136.65; 

less  freight,  $4.68 ;  less  discount,  $11.84 696  63 

Prince  Rupert  Feed   Co.:    Edson   coal  at  $9.80   per  ton,   $1,665.77;    sacks,  200 

at  22c 1,709  77 

Pugsley,  Dingman  &   Co,  Toronto:    Comfort   lye   at  $4.30   or  $4.56   per   case, 

$104.50;  Challenge  soap,  140  cases  at  $3.47 590  30 

Reardon,  Frank,  Ltd,  Halifax:  soft  soap,  50  lbs.  packages,  18  at  $4.90;  dry  red 
lead,  1,500  lbs.  at  11  Jc;  red  paint,  42  gals,  at  $2.75;  funnel  paint,  25  gals, 
at  $2.25;  dryers,  36  gal.  at  $1.50;  turpentine  at  $1.75,  $2.05  or  $2.15  per  gal, 
$345.14;  copal  varnish,  13  gal.  at  $4.50;  varnish  remover,  21  gal.  at  $2.95; 

sundry,  $270.28. 1,222  32 

Robertson,  Wm.  &  Son,  Halifax:  chain,  16,230  lbs.  at  7ic;  raw  oil,  65  gal.  at 
$1.55;  boiled  oil,  40  gal.  at  $1.60;  spruce  oars  (16  ft.)  18  pr.  at  $4.25;  coir 
mats,  88,  $91.10;  black  paint,  6  gal.  at  $3.05;  battleship  grey  paint,  235 
gals,  at  $3.25;  white  lead,  650  lbs.  at  13^0. ;  shackles,  854  lbs.  at  13c;  firing 

shovels,  30,  $49.39 ;  sundry,  $679.39 3,218  60 

Scythes  &  Co,  Ltd,  Montreal:  duck,  75  yds,  $65.59;  waste  at  13c  to  17£c.  per 

lb,  $1,403.57;  sundry,  $48.54;  less  discount,  $1.44 1,516  26 

Sharpies,  W.  &  J,  Quebec:  spruce  deals,  16,730  ft.  b.m.  at  $41;   less  discount, 

$13.72 672  21 

Simon,  J„  Halifax:  manila  rope  at  $15  to  $18.76  per  100  lbs,  $7,820.69;  oars, 
ash,  807  ft.  at  25c,  spruce,  128  ft.  at  5c;  bags,  2,500  at  4c;  less  freight, 
$22.40 8,106  44 


0—24  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928- 


Dominion  Steamers — Concluded — Navires  a  vapeur  de  PEtat — Fin  $      cts. 

Stores  Account — Concluded — Compte  des  magasins — Fin 

Turner,  J.  Spencer  Co.  of  Canada  Ltd.,  Hamilton:  cotton  duck,  1,439  yds., 
$802.36;  less  discount,  $16.04;  less,  charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights, 
Nova  Scotia,  $29.40 756  92 

Vennat,    Raoul,    Montreal:    officers'    badges,    300    at   $1.70;    gold    braid,    434| 

yds.  at  45c 705  64 

Weaver,  F.  P.,  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  steam  coal,  f.o.b.  dock,  Sorel,  3,050 

tons  at  $8.50   25,925  00 

Accounts  under  $500;   hardware,  $7,479.35;    provisions,  $355.58;    miscellaneous, 

$14,144.92    21,979  85 

Detailed  under: — Maintenance  of  Lights,  New  Brunswick,  $954.37,  Nova  Scotia, 
$553.75,  Quebec,  $41.14,  Montreal  District,  $8,356.35,  British  Columbia, 
$265.62,  Prince  Rupert,  $643.29;  Construction  of  Lights,  $825.51;  Radio- 
telegraph Service,  $54.27;   Sorel  Shipyard,  $110.02 11,804  32 

150,302  53 
Less    refunds:     barrels     returned,     $502.30;     coal     supplied     light 

keepers,  $130.90;  stores  supplied  other  Departments:   Fisheries 

Branch,  $3,577.26;   Interior,  $489.30;   Customs,  $137.21;   Health, 

$17.95   4,854  92 

Charged  to   other  votes:    St.   Lawrence   Ship   Channel,   $26,856.94; 

Sorel  Shipyard,  $59.96;   Radiotelegraph  Service,  $201.70;   Con- 
struction  of   Lights,  $196.21;    Maintenance    of   Lights,    General 

Account,    $3,300.28,    Parry    Sound,    $38.55,    Quebec,    $7,765.83, 

New  Brunswick,  $1,658.79,  Nova  Scotia,  $533.30,  P.E.I.,  $407.16, 

Montreal  District,  $780.74,  B.C.,  $163.85,  Prince  Rupert,  $194.91, 

Prescott,   $34;     Agencies,    Rents    and     Contingencies,     Quebec, 

$18.44,  N.B.,  83c;  Administration  of  Pilotage,  $1,083.15;  Signal 

Service,     $60.11;     Sundry     Steamers.     $2,240.53;     Hydrographic 

Surveys,    $237.45;     Life-Saving    Service,    $86.32;     Maintenance 

and  Repairs  to  Wharves,  $11.17 45,930  22 

50,785  14 

Total    99,517  39 

General  Account — Compte  general 

Advertising  in  various  newspapers 131  10 

Butler-Jobm  Optical  Co.,  Montreal:  Lemaire  binoculars,  6  at  $30 180  00 

Cole,  Claude  W.,  Kingston,  tug  service  removing  lighthouse  keepers 250  00 

Egan,  M.  J.,  Ottawa,  construction  supervisor,   disbursements:   labour  at   $4.50 

to  $7.50  per  d.,  $516.25 ;  travel  and  outlay,  $136.74 652  99 

Mussens,  Limited,  Montreal,  buckets,  21  cu.  ft.,  self-dumping  and  self-righting, 

3   at  $175 525  00 

Secretary  of  the  Treasury,  Washington,  Canada's  share  of  the  cost  of  main- 
taining the  International  Service  of  Ice  Observation  and  Patrol   for  year 

1922  3,612  85 

Venables,  A.  K.,  Ottawa,  salary  for  May,  Nov.  and  Dec.  of  1923  and  Jan.,  Feb. 

and  March,  1924,  6  m.  at  $225 1,350  00 

Wiallard,  R.  A.,  agent,  and  F.  J.  Maguire,  accountant,  Montreal,  disburse- 
ments   708  00 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept.,  Ottawa:    printing,  $1,113.86;   stationery, 

$830.78   1,944  64 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $249.90;   miscellaneous,  $2,159.75 2,409  65 

Detailed    under:     Sorel    Shipyard,    $663.98;     Maintenance    of    Lights,    Quebec, 

$395.42,  New  Brunswick,  $108.65;  Construction  of  Lights,  $18.40 1,186  45 

12,950  68 
Less:   Sale  1  ton  coal  to  Lightkeeper,  $9.80;   charged  Construction  of  Lights, 

$35  44  80 

Total    12,905  88 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 25 

Examination  of  Masters  and  Mates  $       cts. 

Examen  des  maitres  d'equipage  et  des  seconds 

Supervising  examiners,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  Chas.  Eddie,  Vancouver,  $2,580; 

H.  W.  King,  Toronto,  $2,580;  W.  J.  Mitchell,  Halifax,  $2,580 7,740  00 

Examiners,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  W.  R.  Bennett,  St.  John,  $600;  G.  C.  Coles, 
Collingwood,  $600;  A.  M.  Davies,  Victoria,  $1,500,  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance, $261;  J.  0.  Grey,  Montreal,  $720;  N.  Lachance,  Quebec,  $720;  L.  H. 
Lindsay,  Nelson,  $600;  J.  L.  Read,  Borden,  $600;  J.  E.  Murphy,  Yarmouth, 
April  to  June,  $200,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $99;  J.  Sutherland,  North 
Sydney,  April  1  to  June  7,  $461.29,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $262.50..         6,623  79 

Clerk-stenographers,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  E.  Keating,  Halifax,  $1,140,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $72.84;  G.  Webber,  Vancouver,  $900 2,112  84 

Junior  clerk-typist:  J.  E.  Carter,  Toronto,  $600,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $79  679  00 

Travel  and  outlay:   H.  W.  King,  Toronto,  $570.73;    W.  F.   Mitchell,  Halifax, 

$277.18   847  91 

Public   Printing   and  Stationery   Dept.,   Ottawa:    printing,   $778.26;    stationery, 

$233.33   1,011  59 

Accounts   under   $300,   miscellaneous    418  09 

Detailed   under   Maintenance    of   Lights,   Quebec 7  13 

19,440  35 

Less — Charged   to   Provisional   Bonus   Allowance 774  34 


Total    18,666  01 


Investigations  into  Wrecks — Enquetes  sur  les  naufrages 

J.  D.  Macpherson,  Commissioner  for  B.C.:  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,500,  cost  of 
living  bonus,  $261;  travel  and  outlay,  $289.79;  refunded  to  casual  revenue 

1924-25  $10.97 2,061  76 

Assessors  at  $10  per  d.  and  expenses:  Halifax,  P.  D.  Bates,  $10,  T.  R.  Coffin, 
$10,  N.  Hall,  $20,  F.  H.  Lardner,  $10;  Midland,  A.  A.  Hudson,  $10,  R.  J. 
Wilson,  $10;  Montreal,  C.  W.  C.  Beggs,  $10,  W.  B.  Dawson,  expenses,, 
$48.45,  D.  M.  Dickson,  $80,  A.  J.  Gilbert,  $20,  J.  Gray,  $10,  J.  O.  Grey, 
$90,  C.  Lapierre,  $180,  A.  Purvis,  $20,  H.  E.  Webb,  $20;  Pictou.  C.  Mason, 
$10;  Quebec,  A.  Landry,  $20;  St.  John,  J.  R.  Foale,  $10,  A.  J.  Mulcahy, 
$30,  N.  A.  Wilkie,  $20;  Selkirk,  H.  Barber,  $10;  Toronto,  P.  J.  Shaw,  $20, 
J.  Williams,  $20;  Vancouver,  J.  T.  Edmond,  $30,  H.  Mowatt,  $110, 
expenses,  $34.65.  W.  Wright,  $50;  Valleyfield,  A.  Lefebvre,  $90,  expenses, 
$44.20;    Victoria,    B.    C.    Combe,    $30,    expenses,    $6;     West    Selkirk,    H. 

Cochrane,  $10    1,093  30 

Stenographers  reporting  evidence:  Montreal,  A.  Desjardins,  $452.25;  Quebec, 
A.  Belinge,  $5,  M.  J.  Tremblay,  $47.25;  St.  John,  B.  Whitehead,  $44.50; 
Vancouver,   P.   J.    MacKav,   $595.50;    Victoria,    A.    M.    Prendiville,    $63.70, 

E.  Warden,  $19.20,  Q.  D.  H.  Warden,  $144 1,371  40 

Wreck  returns  at  $2  each  from  various  places 166  00 

Accounts   under   $200,   miscellaneous    358  85 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $12.12;  sta- 
tionery, $8.30   20  42 


5,071  73 
Less — fine   imposed   by   Wreck    Commissioner,     $20;     charged    to    Provisional 

Bonus  Allowance,   $261    281  00 


Total 4,790  73 


Navigation  Schools — Ecoles  de  navigation 

Remuneration  to  instructors:  Halifax,  H.  M.  O'Hara,  salary,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  $1,860,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69;  E.  M.  Young,  salary  6  m.  to 
Sept.  30,  $600,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $148.50;  North  Sydney,  J.  Sutherland, 
salary,  Jan.  8  to  Mar.  31,  $249.68,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $52.50;  Quebec,  A. 


0--26 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928- 


Navigation   Schools — Concluded — Ecoles  de  navigation — Fin 

Remuneration  to  instructors — Concluded 

Halle,  salary,  4  m.,  $360;  St.  John,  R.  J.  Pollock,  salary,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
$1,500,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $206.63;  Yarmouth,  E.  Crowell,  salary,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  $600,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;  B.  R.  Hilton,  salary,  12  m.  to 
Mar.  31,  $800,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315 

Queen's  University,  Kingston,  annual  grant  for  navigation  school 

Public     Printing     and     Stationery     Department,     Ottawa:     stationery,     $13.22; 
accounts    under   $50,   miscellaneous,    $26.40 

Less — Charged  to   Provisional   Bonus  Allowance 

Total  


Removal  of  Obstructions  in  Navigable  Waters 
Enlevement  d'obstacles  dans  les  eaux  navigables 


$      cts. 


7,076  31 
500  00 

39  62 


7,615  93 
1,106  63 


6,509  30 


Temporary  Relief  of  Distressed  Seamen 
Aide  temporaire  aux  marins  en  detresse 

Board,  conveyance,  etc.,  of  seamen  by  Board  of  Trade,  England 579  23 

Legal  services:  Amour,  MacKenzie  &  Boyd,  Vancouver,  $39.10;  N.  A.  MacmiMan, 
North  Sydney,  $33.51;  Pa-ton  &  Robertson.  Bridge-water,  $20;  B.  W.  Russell, 

Halifax,   $14 106  61 

Public   Printing    and    Stationery    Dept.,    Ottawa:  printing,    $2,138.19;    accounts 

under  $100,  miscellaneous,  $164.32 2,302  51 

Total 2,988  35 


Registration  of  Shipping — Enregistrement  des  navires 

Express  charges:  Canadian  National  Express   Co.,  $113.76;   Dominion  Express 

Co.,  $55.02 168  78 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept.,   Ottawa:  printing,  $1,822.05;    stationery, 

$14.67 1,836  72 

Accounts  under  $75 79  85 

Total 2,085  35 


Advertising  dn  various  papers 365  20 

Baird,  C.  W.,  St.  John,  removing  wreck  of  schr.  Whisper 450  00 

Douglas  &  Company,  Ltd.,  Amherst,  hardware 567  00 

Public  Works  Dept..  Ottawa,  services  of  dredges,  removing  wrecks  at  Sorel 1,834  63 

Russell,  B.  W.,  Halifax,  legal  services 30  50 

Taylor,  T.   G.,    agent,   L.    Wright,    accountant,   Charlottetown,    disbursements, 

removing  wrecks 510  5S 

Turner,  H.  B..  Marie  Joseph,  removing  wreck  of  schr.  Preceptor 300  00 

Public    Printing;   and    Stationery   Dept..    Ottawa:  printing,    $23829;    stationery, 

$167.86 .- 406  15 

Accounts  under  $300:  labour,  $36.35 ;  miscellaneous,  $581.60 617  95 

Detailed  under:  Construction  of  Lights,  $178.82;   Maintenance  of  Lights,  New 

Brunswick,  $100.42,  Prince  Edward  Island,  $212.13 491  37 

5,573  38 

Less — refunds,  removal  of  wrecks,  Brumoth,  Rival 646  38 

Total 4,927  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 27 

Inspection  of  Live  Stock  Shipments  $       cts. 
Inspection  de  chargements  de  bestiaux 

Inspectors,  13  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  H.  Delorme,  salary,  $1,495,  cost  of  living 
bonus,  $279;  Jos.  O'Grady,  salary,  $1,490,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $279;  J.  M. 

Martin,  salary,  1  y.,  $300 3,843  00 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $16.98;  stationery, 

$19 35  98 

Accounts  under  $75 95  37 

3,974  35 

Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 558  00 

Total 3,416  35 


Subsidies  for  "Wrecking  Plants,  Quebec  and  British  Columbia 
Subventions  aux  installations  de  sauvetage,  Quebec  et  Colombie-Britannique 

Pacific  Salvage  Co.,  Victoria,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 10,000  00 

Quebec  Salvage  &  Wrecking  Co.,  Quebec,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 25,000  00 

Total 35,000  00 


Unforeseen  Expenses — Depenses  imprevues 

Legal  services:  Bain,  BickneM,  MaeDonell  &  Gordon,  Toronto,  $206.38;   Paton 

&  Robertson,  Bridgewater,  $86.27;  H.  Laferte,  Quebec,  $22 314  65 

Assistant    Secretary   for   Finance.   Board    of   Trade,    London,   war    medals    and 

ribands 153  44 

Lloyd's  Register  of  Shippiing:   fees,  $500;  travelling  expenses,  $30;  sundries,  $16.88  546  88 

Timmis,  H..  Montreal,  collection  of  data  and  compiling  tariff  based  on  rates 
of  marine  insurance  in  New  York,  and  furnishing  tariff  and  data  respecting 

rates  via  St.  Lawrence 200  00 

Public  Printing   and   Stationery   Dept.,   Ottawa,   printing 3,388  17 

Accounts  under  $100 346  25 


4,949  39 


Life  Saving  Service,  including  Rewards  for  Saving  Life 
Services  de  sauvetage,  y  compris  les  recompenses  pour  sauvetage  de  vie 

Alberton.  P.E.I.  ($507.69)— 

Salary  and  drill  pay  of  officer  in  charge  and  crew 394  25 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500 113  44 

Baker's  Cove.  N.S.   ($686.20)— 

R.    L.    Baker    and    A.    Branner,    coxswains,    salary    and    drill    pay,    $108; 

crew,  $259 367  00 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500 319  20 

Banfield  ($11,374.07)— 

P.   Brandy,   coxswain.    12   m.   to   Mar.  31,    1924,   $1,080,   bonus.   $279;    crew, 

$4,138.70,  bonus,  $1,383.30;  board  of  coxswain  and  crew,  $2,263.16 9,144  16 

Standard  Motor  Construction  Co.,  Jersey  City,  motor  and  engine  sup- 
plies   619  79 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500:  waterproof  clothing,  $114.11;  engine  and  life- 
boat equipment,  $397.92;  gasoline,  $252.64,  barrels,  $96;  paint,  $97.01; 
wireless  operators,  salaries  and  meals,  $241.67;  miscellaneous,  $410.77...  1,610  12 

Bay  View.  N.S.  ($6,652.74)— 

H.  E.  Raymond,  coxswain,  Nov.  5.  1923,  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  salary  and  board 
altlowance,  $532.84,  bonus,  $126.15;  crew,  wages  and  board  allowance, 
$2,529.08,  bonus,  $644.70;  caretaker,  $95.42  (see  correspondence) 3,928  19 

Holdsworth,  W.  L..  Diffby:  labour,  $422.55;   board  of  men  while  working, 

$74.29;  cartage,  $46;  hardware  and  sundry  utensils,  $303.11 845  95 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500:  coal,  $141.90;  furniture,  $297.70;  lumber, 
$131.33;  gasoline  and  oils,  $134.66,  barrels,  $79;  repairs,  labour  and 
material,  $508.93;  towing,  $100;  miscellaneous,  $485.08 1,878  60 


0—28  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Life  Saving  Service,  including  Rewards — Continued  $       cts. 

Services  de  sauvetage,  y  compris  les  recompenses  pour  sauvetage  de  vies — Suite 

Cape  Beak,  B.C. 

Northern  Electric  Company,  Victoria,  radiotelephone  equipment 1,500  00 

Carmanah,  B.C.    ($1,829.20)— 

Northern  Electric  Company,  Victoria,  radio  telephone  equipment 1,500  00 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500:  salary  and  meals  of  wireless  operator,  $300; 

.     installation  of  radio  telephone,  $25;  freight  and  cartage,  $4.20 329  20 

Cheticamp,  P.E.I.  ($7,714.19)  — 

F.  Aucoin.  coxswain,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31.  1923,  $720.  bonus,  $222.75,  caretaker, 
1  y..  $75;  wages  of  crew.  $3,004.84,  bonus,  $1,555.57;   board  allowance 

of  coxswain  and  crew,  $1,719.35 7,297  51 

Accounts  under  $500 :  coal,  $137.50;  miscellaneous,  $279.18 416  68 

Clayaquot,  B.C.   ($10,226.41)— 

N.  W.  Garrard,  coxswain,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,020,  bonus,  $279; 
wages  of  crew,  $4,158.19,  bonus,  $1,206.35;  board  of  coxswain  and  crew,, 

$2,263.43;    John    McLeod,   coxswain,    1921-22,    arrears,   $104.64 9,03161 

Accounts  under  $500:  board  of  wireless  operator,  $160;  clothing,  $118.97; 
engine  repairs,  $175.40;  gasoline,  $331.75;  barrels,  etc.,  $133;  miscellane- 
ous, $275.68 1,194  80 

Devil's  Island,  N.S.  ($771.84)— 

B.  H.  Hennebury,  coxswain,  salary  and  drill  pay,  12  m.,  $145;  crew,  $560 705  00 

Sundry    small    accounts    66  84 

Duncan's  Cove,  N.S.  ($562.20)— 

John  W.  Holland,  coxswain,  salary  and  drill  pay,  9  m.  $104.25;  crew,  $384..  488  25 

Sundry   small   accounts    73  95 

Herring  Cove,  N.S.  ($691.49)— 

E.  V.  Dempsey,  coxswain,  15  m.,  salary  and  drill  pay,  $155.75;  crew,  $496..  651  75 
Sundry    small   accounts    39  74 

Little  Wood  Island  ($14,751.24)— 

H.  Harvey,  coxswain,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,080,  bonus,  $279;  wages  of 

crew,  $6,135,  bonus,  $1,936.08;   board  of  coxswain  and  crew,  $3,000 12,430  08 

Imperial  Oil  Limited,  St.  John:   gasoline  at  25c.  to  31c.  per  gal.,  $463.98; 

barrels,  $303 ;   sundry  oils,  etc.,  $73.14 ;   freight,  $25.75 865  87 

Accounts  under  $500:  clothing,  $364.22;  fuel,  $112.14;  batteries,  gasoline, 
etc.,    $252.55;    repairs,    labour    and    material,    $430.34;    miscellaneous, 

$296.04    1,455  29 

Long  Point,  Ont.  ($8,642.94)— 

F.  E.  Mason,  coxswain,  May   1   to  Dec.   15,   1923,  $611.13,   arrears,  $12.50, 

bonus,  $185.23,  winter  allowance,  $75;   wages  of  crew,  $3,551.80,  bonus, 

$1,582.96;  board  of  coxswain  and  crew,  $2,209.37 8227  99 

Sundry    accounts   under    $500 414  95 

Point    Pelliee,    Ont.    ($7,670.55)— 

L.  Wilkinson,  coxswain,  8  m.  to  Dec.  31,  1923,  $675,  as  caretaker,  $75,  bonus, 
$222.75;  wages  of  crew,  $3,015,  bonus,  $1,367.07;  board  allowance  of 
coxswain  and  crew,  $2,025    7,379  82 

Accounts    under    $500    290  73 

Priest  Pond,  P.E.I.  ($1,357.25)— 

■Salary  and  drill  pay  of  coxswain  and  crew 385  50 

Mercantile  Marine  Department,  Board  of  Trade,  London,  Eng.,  life-saving 

rockets,  lights  and  portfires 745  83 

Accounts   under   $500    225  92 

West  Coast  Patrol  ($2,197.19)— 

Wm.  Maben,  head  patrolman,  $446.66 ;  patrolmen,  3,  $905.88 1,352  54 

Accounts  under  $500:  meals,  $307.50;  rebuilding  bridge,  $200;  miscellaneous, 

$337.15    844  65 

Stations    under    $500:    Blanche,    $278.35;    iCanso,    $271.75;    Cape    Tormentine, 

$289.75;    Cascumpeque,    $291,    Charlottetown,    $351.44;    Clark's    Harbour, 

$272.25;    Cobourg,   $275.95;    Entry    Island,     $56.25;      Escuminac,     $313.88; 

Goderich,   $271;    Lennerd    Island,   $173.58;    Port    Stanley,   $269.28;    Scatari, 

$197;   Souris,  $287.94 ;  Southampton,  $372;  Torino,  $197.57 4,168  99 

General  Account  ($3,616.40)— 

Northern  Electric  Company,  Montreal:  radio-telephone  equipments,  2, 
$3,000;  sales  tax,  $180;  difference  between  express  and  freight  on  ship- 
ment, Montreal  to  Vancouver,  $138.26 3,318  26 

Accounts  under  $500:  salary  of  T.  L.  Taylor  marine  agent,  $240;  miscel- 
laneous, $58.14    298  14 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 29 

Life  Saving  Service,  including  Rewards— Concluded  $       cts. 
Services  de  sauvetage,  y  compris  les  recompenses  pour  sauvetage  de  vies — Fin 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa,  printing  and  stationery..  18  78 
Detailed  under:  Construction   of  Lights,  $667.30;    Dominion   Steamers,  $86.32; 
Maintenance  of  Lights,  P.E.I.,  $216.45,  B.C.,  $345.63,  Parry  Sound,  $177.70, 

N.B.  $4,595.79,   NJ3.   $51.16;    Radiotelegraph  Service,  $5,468.85 11,609  20 

96  548  57 
Less  charged  to:  Maintenance  of  Lights,  B.C.,  $164.24,  N.B,  $368.94,  P.E.I,  $3; 

Radiotelegraph  Service,  $217.92;   Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $11,269.91..  12,024  01 

Total    84,524  56 


Hydrographic  Surveys — Leves  hydrographiques 

Summary 

Atlantic  Coast 65,638  93 

Automatic  Gauges   18,163  52 

General   Account    43,383  91 

Lower  St.  Lawrence    78,332  85 

Magdalen    Islands    36,992  43 

Pacific  Coast 108,967  59 

Total 351,479  23 


Atlantic  Coast — Littoral  de  VAtlantique 

F.  Anderson,  officer  in  charge,  disbursements:  board  $55.70,  travelling  expenses, 

$252.20;    sundry   disbursements   and   supplies,   $176.76 484  66 

Salaries:  R.  W.  Bent,  junior  hydrographer  at  $170  per  m.  $2,040,  bonus,  $60; 
J.  U.  Beauchemdn,  assistant  hydrographer  at  $210  per  m,  $2,520,  bonus  over- 
payment, $5;  H.  L.  Leadman,  assistant  hydrographer  at  $210  per  m,  $630; 
instrumentmen  at  $105  per  m.:  W.  A.  Thorn,  $374.50,  H.  P.  Williams,  $315, 

bonus,    $176.44    6,120  94 

C.G.S.  Acadia,  salaries  of  officers  to  March  31,  1924:  W.  A.  Robson,  captain  at 
$160  per  m.,  $1,920;  F.  V.  Ryan,  chief  officer  at  $120  per  m,  $1,440;  T.  S. 
Short,  chief  engineer  at  $150  per  m.,  $355;  J.  S.  Cann,  chief  engineer  at 
$125  or  $150  per  m.,  $1,490.83;  S.  S.  Robson,  2nd  engineer  at  $125  per  m, 
$1,464.50;  C.  Beanland,  3rd  engineer  at  $110  per  m.,  $729.67;  wages  and 
board  of  crew  to  March  31,  1924,  $18,546.18;   board  of  officers,  $182;   less 

board  charged  to   1924-25,  $45 26,083  18 

Allen,  Edward,  Yarmouth:  bacon,  235  lb,  $84.60:  butter,  400  lb,  $164;  flour,  30 
bags,  $118.50;  milk,  20  cs.,  $120;  hams,  220  lb,  $60.60;  sugar,  10  bags,  $106; 

sundry    provisions,    $502.37 1,156  07 

Baker  &  Co,  Yarmouth,  coal,  435.367  ton 4,836  53 

Dominion  Coal  Co,  Ltd,  Halifax,  230  t 2,012  50 

Halifax  Marine  Engineering  Co.  Ltd.,  Halifax:  sundry  repairs  as  per  specifica- 
tion, boiler  and  stokehold,  $314 ;  machinery,  $1,694 2,008  00 

Halifax  Shipyards  Limited,  Halifax:  sundry  repairs  to  C.G.S.  Acadia  as  per 
specification:  boiler  and  stokehold,  $115;  machinery,  $830;  rudder  repairs 
and  painting,  $820;  under-water  repairs  and  painting,  $1,365;  use  of  marine 

railway,  $592.20 ;   material   supplied,   $22.05 3,744  25 

Howards  Limited,  Halifax,  eggs,  12  cs,  $108;  lard,  300  lb,  $51;  r.  oats,  40  bags, 

$158 ;    sugar,   $168 ;    sundry   provisions,    $980.65 1,465  65 

Killan  Bros,  Yarmouth:  coal,  577.875  ton,  $6,790.03;  water,  64,762  gal,  $32.40..         6,822  43 

National  Defence  Dept,  sundry  supplies 1,612  03 

Pelman,  A.  C,  Yarmouth:  beef,  1,950  lb,  $292.30;  eggs,  300  doz,  $125.40;  mut- 
ton, 466  lb,  $86.93;  potatoes,  110J  bus,  $164.43;  sundry  provisions,  $42.42..  711  48 
Young,  George  H,  Dartmouth,  caulking  deck  of  C.G.S.  Acadia  as  per  contract  560  00 
Wentzells   Limited,   Halifax:    bacon,   500   lb.,  $125;    butter,   270^    lb,    $109.42; 
beef,  200  lb,  $26.50;   eggs,  30  doz,  $9.90;   ham,  200  lb,  $56;   sundry  pro- 
visions, $284.50    611  32 

Wilson,  L,  &  Co,  Halifax:  milk,  30  cs,  $180;  tea,  4  chests,  $275;  sundry  pro- 
visions, $380.35    835  35 


O— 30  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Hydrographic    Surveys — Continued — Leves    hydrographiques — Suite  $       cts. 

Atlantic  C<oast — Concluded — Littoral  de   VAtlantique — Fin 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $519.96;  provisions,  $2,054.54;  miscellaneous,  $3,821.10  6,395  60 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Dept.,  stationery  39  49 

Detailed  in  the  following  services:  Dominion  Steamers,  $85;  Maintenance,  B.C., 

$103.59;   Radiotelegraph  Service,  $218.43    407  02 

65,906  50 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $241.44;   Radiotelegraph  Ser- 
vice, $26.13   267  57 


Total    65,638  93 


Automatic  Gauges — Service  de  jauges  automatiques 

C.  A.  Price,  officer  in  charge,  disbursements:  sundry  labour,  $208.40;  auto- 
mobile hire,  $52.30;  board,  $337.10;  cartage  and  team  hire,  $63.30;  sundry 

disbursements,  $848.90    1,510  00 

Salaries:  C.  A.  Price,  jr.  hydrometric  recorder  at  $170  per  m.,  $2,040,  bonus, 
$47.50;  C.  F.  Hannington,  jr.  hydrometric  recorder  at  $170  per  m.,  $1,796.33, 
bonus,  $52.83;  W.  J.  Miller,  hydrometric  recorder  at  $140  per  m.,  $1,680, 
bonus,  $150;  instrumentmen  at  $115  or  $120  per  m.,  A.  R.  Lee,  $1,065, 
bonus,  $200.25,  A.  S.  Matthewman,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297,  W.  A.  Thome, 
$47.42,  H.  P.  Williams,  $433.54;   gauges  attendants  at  $15  or  $30  per  m., 

$5,474.07    . . . 14,543  94 

Dupuis,  J.  R.,  disbursements:  board,  $20.75;  launch  hire,  $365;  sundry  disburse- 
ments,   $496.36    882  11 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $23.33;  labour,  $435.60;  miscellaneous,  $1,444.25 1,903  18 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Dept.,  printing  48  20 

Detailed  in  Construction  of  Lights 23  67 

18,911  10 
Less,  charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 747  58 

Total 18,163  52 


General  Account — Compte  general 

Salaries:  P.  E.  Parent,  senior  map  draughtsman  at  $170  per  m.,  $2,040,  cost  of 
living  bonus,  $60;  H.  Leadman,  assistant  hydrographer  at  $210  per  m., 
$2,040;  M.  Cailloux,  jr.  hydrographer,  at  $170  per  m.,  $210,  cost  of  living 
bonus,   $60    4,410  00 

Kelvin,  Bottomley  &  Baird,  Montreal:  hand  sounding  machines,  3,  $562.50; 
log  line,  1,000  fathoms,  $117;  submarine  wire,  2,000  fathoms,  $58.50;  sound- 
ing line,  2,000  fathoms,  $122.50   860  50 

Ontario  Hughes  Owens  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  protractors  with  brass  rulers,  3, 
$88.50;  tension  springs  and  nuts  for  Lucas  hand  machines,  12,  $61.68;  Walker 
harpoon  sounding  machines,  12,  $222;  sundry  repairs  to  instruments,  $317.15.  689  33 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept.,  Ottawa:  printing  of  charts,  etc.,  $21,765.47; 

sundry  stationery  and  supplies,  $4,213.99;  salaries  of  engravers,  $10,167 36,146  46 

Accounts  under  $500:   customs  duty,  $141,  express  charges,  $534.91;  photostats, 

$199.59 ;  travelling  expenses,  $210.69 ;  miscellaneous,  $300.58 1,386  77 

Detailed  in  Maintenance,  Prince  Edward  Island 60  85 

43,553  91 
Less, — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $120;  sale  of  automatic  gauge 

paper,  $50   170  00 

Total  43,383  91 


Lower  St.  Lawrence — Bas  St-Laurent 

Salaries:  E.  Ghysens,  assistant  hydrographer  at  $230  per  m.,  $2,760;  L.  T. 
Bowes,  jr.  hydrographer,  at  $170  per  m.,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60;  J.  L.  Foreman, 
jr.  hydrographer  at  $170  per  m.,  $1,785;  F.  C.  G.  Smith,  jr.  hydrographer, 
at  $170  per  m.,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60   8,745  00 

C.G.S.  Cartier,  salaries  of  officers:  J.  Roach,  captain  at  $140  per  m.,  $1,680;  A. 
Caron,  1st  officer  at  $110  per  m.,  $1,320;  E.  Belanger,  chief  engineer  at 
$150  per  m.,  $1,800;  E.  Cote,  2nd  engineer  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,500;  wages  of 
crew,  $12,187.20;  board  of  officers  and  crew,  $1,363.55 19,850  75 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 31 

Hydrographic    Surveys — Continued — Leves    hydrographiques — Suite  $       cts. 

Lower  St.  Lawrence — Concluded — Bas  St.-Laurant — Fin 

Breton,  J.,  Quebec:  beef,  2,411  lba  $315.19;  butter,  600  lb.,  $223;  eggs,  305  doz., 
$118.75;  pork,  1,397  lb.,  $215.80;  potatoes,  54  bags,  $66.30;  sundry  pro- 
visions, $513.62    1,452  66 

Carter,  A.  T.,  Gaspe:  coal,  691  tons,  $6,767.64;  trimming,  877  h.,  $304.96;  water, 

372  tons,  $186;  miscellaneous,  $62.25    . 7,320  85 

Davie  Shipbuilding  &  Repairing  Co.,  Lauzon:  docking  and  shoring  C.G.S. 
Cartier,  labour,  $320.80,  material,  $100.10;  repairs  to  C.  G.  S.  Cartier  as 
per  specifications,  $24,509 ;  towage,  $50  24,979  90 

Madden  &  Son,  Quebec:  cartage,  $61.10;  coal,  364.1  tons,  $3,105.69;  miscel- 
laneous, $40.40  3,207  19 

Morin,  I.,  Gaspe:  beef,  3,568  lb.,  $535.20;  bread,  1,119  loaves,  $223.80;  butter, 
900  lb.,  $368;  eggs,  553  doz,  $197.85;  lamb,  1,061  lb,  $159.15;  pork,  2,924 
lb,  $526.41 ;  sundry  provisions,  $476.63  2,487  04 

Savary,  C,  disbursements:  freight  and  express,  $24.49;  medical  service,  $24.25; 
milk  and  cream,  $55.58;  travelling  expenses,  $437.30;  sundry  disburse- 
ments,   $138.56    680  18 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept,  stationery 29  09 

Accounts  under  $500:  customs,  $177.47;  docking,  $420;  fuel,  $250.67;  hard- 
ware, $484.77;  laundry,  $333.92;  lumber,  $390.64;  oil,  $221.38;  provisions, 
$2,224.58;  rope,  $258.42;  miscellaneous,  $1,831.36  6,593  21 

Detailed  in:  Dominion  Steamers,  $68.12;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  $3,047.66 3,115  78 

78,461  65 
Less — charged  to   Provisional   Bonus   Allowance,  $120;    refund   on   account  of 

custom  paid  in  1922-23,  $8.80    128  80 

Total  78,332  85 


Magdalen  Islands — lies  de  la  Madeleine 

G.    A.    Bachand,    assistant    hydrographer,    disbursements1:     provisions,    $258.98; 

travelling  expenses,  $532.44;  wages,  $293.61;  sundry  disbursements,  $328.79..         1,413  82 

Salaries:  R.  J.  Fraser,  hydrographer  at  $260  per  m,  $3,120;  N.  Wilson,  jr., 
hydrographer  at  $170  per  m,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60;  M.  A.  MacKinnon,  jr.  hydro- 
grapher at  $170  per  m,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60 7,320  00 

C.  G.  S.  Bayfield,  salaries  of  officers:  J.  C.  MacDonald.  sailing  master  at  $140 
per  m,  $1,386;  R.  Blair,  chief  engineer  at  $140  per  m,  $1,680;  W.  Baker, 
2nd  engineer  at  $125  per  m,  $1,500;  S.  Langlois,  1st  officer  at  $115  per  m, 
$1,190.80;  wages  of  crew,  $8,365.58;  board  of  officers  and  crew,  $1,431.75....        15,554  13 

Buntain,  Bell  &  Co.,  Charlottetown,  coal,  191.26  tons 1,697  54 

Burns  &  Kelleher,  Halifax:  repairs  to  C.  G.  S.  Bayfield  as  per  contract,  $12,875; 

less  paid  in  1922-23,   (Page  R— 31,  1922-23)   $10,000.     (See  correspondence).         2,875  00 

Dominion  Coa>l  Company,  Limited,  Halifax,  coal,  115  tons 1,012  25 

Halifax  Shipyards,  Limited,  Halifax:  repairs  and  renewals  to  C.  G.  S.  Bayfield, 

as  per  specifications,  $2,247 ;  hauling,  $151.80 2,398  80 

Leslie,  Wm.  &  Co,  Grindstone,  supplying  water  as  per  contract,  $450;  sundry 

provisions,    $72.36 522  36 

Robertson,  Wm.  &  Son,  Halifax:  blocks,  $82.40;  duck,  142  vd,  $77.66;  lead,  454 

lb,  $52.28;  rope  ladders,  2,  $55 ;  sundry  hardware,  $28L25 558  59 

Shives,  R.  K,  Campbellton,  coal,  54Vio  tons 568  05 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $261.60;  furnishings,  $363.06;  laundrv,  $105.37;  lum- 
ber, $260.95;  provisions,  $2,421.64;  repairs  to  C.  G.  S.  Bayfield,  as  per  tender, 
$505.06;  stores,  $189.49  travelling  expenses,  $350.17;  miscellaneous,  $1,400.85         5,858  19 

Detailed  in:  Dominion  Steamers,  $79.89;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  $183.43 263  32 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Dept,  sundry  stationery 14  03 


40,056  08 


Less— Charged  to:— Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $120,  Maintenance  of  Lights, 
$60;  Burns  &  Kelleher's  account  charged  in  error  to  Dominion  Steamers 
Stores  Account,  $2,875,  (see  correspondence) ;  refund  on  account  of  freight, 
$8.65 3,063  Q5 


Total 36,992  43 


O— 32  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Hydrographic   Surveys — Continued — Leves   hydrographiques — Suite  $      cts. 

Pacific  Coast — Littoral  du  Pacifique 

Advertising  in  various  newspapers 228  64 

Salaries:  H.  D.  Parizeau,  hydrographer,  at  $270  per  m.,  $3,240;  J.  H.  Knight, 
assistant  hydrographer  at  $210  per  m.,  $2,520;  H.  D.  Leadman,  assistant 
hydrographer  at  $210  per  m.,  $1,680;  L.  R.  Davies,  jr.,  hydrographer  at  $170 
per  m.,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60;  W.  K.  Willis,  jr.,  hydrographer  at  $170  per  m., 
$2,040,  bonus,  $60;  O.  R.  Parker,  jr.,  hydrographer  at  $170  per  m.,  $2,040, 
bonus,  $60;  J.  B.  Lewis,  jr.,  hydrographer  at  $140  per  m.,  $1,680 15,420  00 

C.  G.  S.  Lillooet,  salaries  of  officers:  J.  J.  Moore,  sailing  master  at  $195  per  m., 
$2,340;  John  Wells,  1st  officer  at  $140  per  m.,  $1,680;  S.  R.  Borrowman,  chief 
engineer  at  $185  per  m.,  $2,220;  A.  M.  Kettle,  2nd  engineer  at  $145  per  m., 
$1,740;  W.  Milier,  3rd  engineer  at  $130  per  m.,  $1,300;  wages  of  crew, 
$18.705.01 ;  sundry  labour,  $3,985.22 31,970  23 

C.  G.  S.  Restless,  T.  Salmon,  engineer  at  $140  per  m.,  $1,680;  wages  of  crew, 

$5,921.73;  sundry  labour,  $421.65 8,023  38 

Sundry  wages,  house  boat  Somaas,  $4,828.67,  Stadacona,  watchman,  $1,440 6,268  67 

British   American   Paint   Co.,   Victoria:    white  lead,    1,961    lb.,   $290.64;    sundry 

supplies,  $390.05 680  69 

Burns,  P.  &  Co.,  Limited,  Victoria:  bacon,  1,122  lb.,  $284.86;  beef,  459|  lb.,  $489.32; 
butter,  300  lb.,  $90;  eggs,  1,470  dbz.,  $405.90;  ham,  889  lb.,  $190.71;  Lard,  400 
lb.,  $65.50;  mutton,  1,776  lb.,  $249.19;  pork,  2,537  lb.,  $357;  sundry  supplies, 
$165.59 2,307  07 

Gordon  &  Belyea,  Limited,  Vancouver:  paint,  54  gal.,  $210.15;  dry  paint,  1,000 

lb.,  $372.50 582  65 

Grand  Trunk  Pacific  Coast  Steamship  Co.,  Limited,  Vancouver,  coal,  476  tons..         1,729  00 

Hall,  Richard  &  Sons,  Victoria:  coal,  83  tons,  $874.50;  cartage,  $10 884  50 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited:  empty  barrels,  $706;  gargoyle,  71.5  gal,  $84.52;  gasoline, 
3,730^  gal.,  $1,095.70;  royalite,  589  gal.,  $152.63;  freight,  $156.74;  sundry  sup- 
plies, $43.63 ;  less  barrels  returned,  $537.55 1,701  66 

Lemon  Gonmason,  Victoria,  lumber , 904  98 

Marvin,  E.  B.  &  Co..  Victoria:  anchors,  2,  $25.75;  chain,  935  lb.,  $126.22;  burner, 
$14;  linseed  oil,  89f  gal.,  $125.21;  snaps,  17,  $11.90;  turpentine,  16  gal.,  $41.60; 
windlass,  $50;  sundry  supplies,  $781.06 1,175  74 

Pacific  'Mills,  Limited,  Ocean  Falls:  coal,  56  ton,  $756;  provisions,  $839.71 1,595  71 

Parizeau,  H.  D.,  disbursements,  scraping  and  painting  scow,  $275.75;  inspection 

fees,  $90;  sundry  provisions,  $1,398.37;   sundry  disbursements,  $262.70 2,026  82 

Prior,  E.  G.  &  Co.,  Victoria:  pipe,  15  lengths,  $102.40;  sundry  supplies,  $634.58..  736  98 

Ramsays  Machine  Works,  Victoria:  sundry  repairs  as  per  specifications,  Lillooet, 

$871.91 ;    Restless,   $246.13 1,118  04 

Rithet  Consolidated  limited,  Victoria:  berries,  12  cs.,  $66.15;  peaches,  12  cs.,  $84; 
powder,  100-  lb.,  $51.67;  r.  oats,  500  lb.,  $20;  sugar,  42  sacks,  $413.70;  sundry 
provisions,  $518.73 1,154  25 

St.  Lawrence  Engine  Co.,  Limited,  Brockville:  marine  engine,  $1,377.56;  standard 

engine,  $969.40 2,346  96 

Simon  Leiser  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  corn,  15  cs.,  $57;  milk,  80  cs.,  $448;  salmon, 

10  cs.,  $56;  sundry  provisions,  $424.66 985  66 

Ship  Chandlers,  Limited,  Victoria:  canvas,  50  yd.,  $65;  chain,  3,220  lb.,  $466.90; 
packing,  47f  lb.,  $98.20;  rope,  2,535  lb.,  $447.13;  ulster  capstan,  $105; 
waste,  451  lb.,  $73.48 ;  sundrv  supplies,  $777.65 2,033  36 

Swift  Canadian  Co.,  Victoria:  bacon,  209  lb.,  $54.34;  beef,  1,840  lb.,  $147.20; 
butter,  875  lb.,  $332.50;  eggs,  690  doz.,  $231;  ham,  454  lb.,  $131.20;  mutton, 
778  lb.,  $116.70 ;   sundry  provisions,  $182.01 1,194  95 

Turner,  Beeton  &  Co.,  Limited,  Victoria:  blankets,  30  pr.,  $176.40;  duck  coats, 
5  doz.,  $95;  sheeting,  200  yd.,  $170;  sheets,  48  pr..  $105.60;  towels,  18|  doz., 
$159.38;   quilts,  59,  $147.50;   sundry  supplies,  $294.43 1,148  31 

Victoria  Machinery  Depot  Co.,  Limited,  Victoria,  docking,  cleaning,  painting  and 
repairs  to  C.  G.  S.  Restless,  according  to  specifications,  $848;  sundry  supplies, 
$18 866  00 

Weiler  Bros.,  Limited,  Victoria:    linoleum,   150  so.  yd.,  $330;   sundry  supplies, 

$299.42 629(  42 

Wellington  Comox  Agency,  Victoria:   coal,  782  t,,  $6,361,  trimming,  $53.69 6,414  69 

Wilby,   A.  W.   R.,   Agent,   &   A.  J.   Dallain,   accountant,  disbursements:    duty, 

$626.49;   express  and  freight,  $279.82;  transportation,  $20.20 926  51 

Wilson  Bros.,  Victoria:  beans,  18  cs.,  $72;    flour,  35  brl.,  $236.25;    tomatoes,  18 

cs.,  $59.40;  sundry  provisions,  $401.84. 769  49 

Yarrows,  Limited,  Victoria:  docking,  cleaning,  painting  and  sundry  repairs  to 
C.  G.  S.  Lillooet,  according  to  specifications,  $1,632.50;  sundry  supplies, 
$156.57;   labour,  $15.52: 1,804  59 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 33 


Hydrographic  Surveys— Concluded— Leves  hydrographiques — Fin  $       cts. 

Pacific  Coast  — Concluded] — Littoral  du  Pacifique — Fin 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $297.28;  provisions,  $2,035.10;  miscellaneous,  $8,537.40.       10,869  78 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept.,  stationery 579  97 

Detailed  in  the  following  services — 

Dominion  Steamers,  70c;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  B.C.,  $53.64;  Radio- 
telegraph Service,  $37.28 91  62 

109,170  32 

Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowances,  $180;   Maintenance  of  Lights, 

British  Columbia,  $22.73 202  73 

Total 108,967  59 

Radiotelegraph  Service — Service  radiotelegraphique 

Advertising  in  various  newspapers 13  09 

Salaries  at  Headquarters — 

Electrical  engineers:  A.  N.  Fraser,  12  mos.  at  $220;  E.  B.  MacCall,  12  mos.  at 
$170,  bonus,  $60;  electricians:  E.  D.  Hayman,  12  mos.  at  $155,  bonus, 
$69;  J.  H.  T.  Arial,  12  mos.  at  $120,  bonus,  $261;  H.  R.  Dawe,  3  mos. 
at  $175  (balance  in  Pacific  Division) ;  radio  inspector  G.  C.  W.  Browne, 
12  mos.  at  $165,  bonus,  $63 10,938  00 

Principal  account  clerk,  J.  A.  Holmes,  12  mos.  at  $180,  bonus,  $60;  steno- 
graphers and  typists  at  $60  to  $80  per  m.,  $2,687.10,  bonus,  $314.48..         5,221  58 

Senior  operators  at  $80  per  m.  and  allowances,  $1,800.15,  bonus,  $231.48; 

junior  operators  at   $60  to   $70   per  m.   and   allowances,   $856.97 2,888  60 

Messengers,  labourer,   electrician's   helper  at  $25  to  $80  per  m.,  $1,700.48, 

bonus,   $16 1,716  48 

Salaries  Atlantic  Division — 

Electricians:  Alex.  Sutherland,  12  mos.  at  $175,  bonus,  $60;  H.  A.  Coade  at 
$155  per  m.,  $1,845;  C.  T.  R.  Wilson  at  $110  or  $115  per  m.,  $678.87; 
electrician's  helper  at  $60  per  m.,  $300 4,983  87 

Inspector,  J.  M.  Colton  at  $175  or  $221  per  m.,  $2,338.90;  bonus,  $37.42 2,376  32 

Chief  operator,  E.  G.  Bennett,  12  mos.  at  $166,  bonus,  $63;  senior  operators 
at  $114  to  $164  and  allowances,  $21,083.16,  bonus,  $1,716.37;  junior 
operators  at  $55  to  $70  per  m.  and  allowances,  $14,008.63,  bonus, 
$1,749.59    40,612  75 

Stenographer  and  stores  clerk  at  $90  or  $75  per  m.,  $1,980;  bonus,  $166.44.         2,146  44 

Construction]  foreman  and  foreman  carpenter  at  $125,  $135  or  $6  per  day, 

$3,090;  bonus,  $236.25 3,326  25 

Housekeepers   and    caretakers   at    $35   to    $70     per    m.,    $2,483.87;     bonus, 

$1,277.79 3,761  66 

Salaries  Pacific  Division — 

District  superintendent,  E.  J.  Haughton,  12  mos.  at  $260 3,120  00 

Electrical  engineers:  L.  W.  Stephenson,  12  mos.  at  $215;  J.  D.  Taylor,  12 
mos.  at  $185;  electricians:  H.  R.  Dawe,  9  mos.  at  $175,  bonus,  $60; 
G.  'Gilbert,  6  mos.  at  $135,  6  mos.  at  $145,  bonus,  $143.50;  M.  H. 
McQueen,  at  $185  per  m.,  $2,190.16;  B.  A.  B.  Restall,  12  mos.  at  $120, 
bonus,  $239.25;  inspector,  W.  Howard,  12  mos.  at  $175,  bonus,  $55 14,282  91 

Chief  operators  at  $120  or  $125  per  m.,  and  allowances,  $8,972.39,  bonus, 
$282.50;  senior  operators,  at  $70  to  $95  per  m.  and  allowances, 
$19,564.40,  bonus,  $1,833.68;  junior  operators,  at  $55  to  $65  per  m.  and 
allowances,  $14,725.09,   bonus,  $2,041.45 47,419  51 

Stenographers   and   bookkeepers   at  $50   to   $180   per   m.,   $7,327.74,   bonus, 

$931.84 8,259  58 

Machinist,   construction   foreman   and  rigger  at  $5.50   per  day   or  $125  to 

$133.25  per  m.,  $4,507.81 ;  bonus,  $217.50 4,725  31 

Apprentice,  helper,  caretaker  and  labourer  at  $3.50  to  $3.75  per  day  or  $90 

per  m.,  $4,010;  bonus,  $66 4,076  00 

Labour  countructing  stations  and  sundry  labour  at  40c.  to  75c.  per  hour  or 

$3  to  $4  per  day 926  83 

Radio  inspectors  at  $10,  $15,  or  $20  per  m 3,427  44 

Lighthouse  keeper  at  Toronto  Island,  12  mos.  at  $10 120  00 

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O— 34  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Radiotelegraph  Service — Continued — Service  radiotelegraphique — Suite  $       cts. 

Alex.  Sutherland,  Atlantic  Division,  disbursements:  car  hire,  $118;  customs 
duties,  $99.16;  freight  and  express,  $395.28;  postage,  $91.52;  telegrams, 
$98.19;  construction  of  Yarmouth  direction  finding  station;  labour  at  $2  to 
$6  per  day,  or  35c.  to  $1  per  hour,  $3,406.03;  travelling  expenses  of 
operators  ,E.  G.  Bennett,  $305.30,  H.  R.  Bridger,  $125.55,  V.  B.  McOrmond, 
$111.13,  A.  J.  Saunders,  $146.40,  A.  Stacker,  $207.41,  Alex.  Sutherland, 
$418.23,  C.  T.  R.  Wilson,  $287.75,  sundry  accounts  under  $100,  $950.87; 
sundry  supplies,  $75.85;  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue  1924-25,  $3.07 6,839  74 

E.  J.  Haughton,  Pacific  Division  disbursements:  board,  $728.45;  cleaning  allow- 
ance at  50c.  per  week,  $174.50;  customs  duties,  $56.89;  electric  light,  and 
power,  $895.44;  express  and  freight,  $849.63;  labour  at  40c.  or  50c.  per  hour 
or  $2.50  to  $4  per  day,  $129.10;  launch  hire,  $66;  mail  service,  Point  Grey, 
10  mos.  at  $6,  Digby  Island,  11  mos.  at  $6,  Estevan,  7  mos.  at  $10,  Deadtree 
Point,  12  mos.  at  $6,  Bull  Harbour,  11  mos.  at  $10;  100  foot  mast,  $100; 
postage,  $485.19;  repairing  car,  $88.47;  drilling  holes  in  rock,  $51.50;  trans- 
porting supplies,  $627.33;  telephone  service,  12  mos.,  Point  Grey,  $133.20, 
wireless  workshop,  $96,  Victoria  city  office,  $87,  Gonzales  Hill,  $84,  general 
account,  $26.40,  Prince  Rupert,  $56;  travelling  expenses  of  officers, — G. 
Gilbert,  $329.25,  W.  Howard,  $654.76,  E.  W.  Kelk,  $100.40,  M.  H.  McQueen, 
$139.80;  F.  Taylor,  $256,  sundry  travel  under  $100,  $971.61;  wood,  13  cords, 
$96.50 ;  sundry  supplies,  $159.24 7,820  66 

Advisory  Council  for  Scientific  and  Industrial  Research,  Ottawa,  grant  to  aid  in 
the  investigation  of  the  cause  of  interference  in  Radio  broadcasting  (Page 
ZZ— 21)   3,000  00 

Bentley  &  Flemming,  Halifax,  2-piece  mast,  120  ft 608  00 

British  Admiralty,  sundry  radio   apparatus   and   supplies 655  03 

British  America  Paint  Co.,  Victoria:  paint,  196  gals,  at  $1.75  to  $4.35,  $579.13; 

oil  and  varnish,  $95.26;  sundry  supplies,  $53.56;   sales  tax,  $32.41 760  36 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Company:  motor  car,  $990;  oil  or  electric  engines, 
(li  h.p.),  1,  $98.10,  1,  $111.60,  1,  $115,  2  at  $120,  (6  h.p.),  1,  $425,'  jwjith 
generator  and  rheostat,  1,  $1,185,  1,  $1,186;  engine  parts,  $479.37;  pulleys, 
14,  $153.04;    pump,  $108;   sundry   supplies,   $625.42 5,716  53 

Canadian  General  Electric  Company:  rectifier  bulbs,  6,  $63.30;  galvanometers, 
5,  $125.25;  generators,  6,  $1,548;  motor,  $114;  wire,  3,450  ft.,  $193.52;  103 
lbs.,  $144.16;  sundry  electrical  supplies,  $611.21 2,799  44 

Canadian  National  Railways,  express  charges 856  23 

Canadian  Woodworking  Co.,  Yarmouth:  lumber,  29,574  ft.,  $1,367.88;  shingles, 
20^  M,  $131.05;  window  and  door  frames,  61,  $302.35;  sundry  supplies, 
$46.80;  cartage  and  milling,  $12.50 1,860  58 

Chappells  Limited,  Sydney:  lumber  at  $35  to  $80  per  M,  $1,962.53;  paint  and 
varnish,  94  gals.,  $355;  brick  and  cement,  $116.20;  window  and  door  frames, 
47,  $327.45;  hardware,  $157.99;  freight  and  wharfage,  $25.16;  sundry  sup- 
plies, $29.55 2,973  88 

Crosby,   Everett,   Yarmouth:    lumber,    11,516   ft.,   $623.96;    windows   and   doors 

14,  $145.80;  sundry  supplies,  $18.75 788  51 

Crowell,  S.  A.,  &  Co.,  Yarmouth:  dishes  and  kitchen  supplies,  $76.21;  nails, 
$80.57;  paint  and  oil,  $56.83;  sheathing,  $34;  sundry  hardware,  $358.70; 
trucking,  $2.50 608  81 

Electrose   Manufacturing   Co.,  Brooklyn,   electrose   insulators,   352    543  21 

Greening,  B.  Wire  Co.,  Hamilton:  galv.  wire  rope,  8,250  ft.,  $666.35;  turn- 
buckles,  72,  $80.25;  thimbles,  8  doz.,  $11.88 758  48 

Hart  Battery  Co.,  St.  Johns:  batteries,  6,  $6,010.63;  wood  separators,  524,  $79.82; 

carboys,  30,  $150 ;  sales  tax,  $114.12 ;  sundry  supplies,  $39.08 6,393  65 

Howard's  Limited,  Halifax:  flour,  10  brls.,  $84,  5  bags,  $19.25;  canned  milk,  11£     . 
cases,  $67.54;  canned  fruit  and  jam,  7i  cases,  $42.04;  canned  meat  and  fish, 
Si  cases,  $83;  sugar,  3  bags,  $31.95;  sundry  provisions,  $283.73 611  51 

Imperial  Oil  Limited:  gasoline,  8,116  gals,  at  20c.  to  454c,  $2,291.75;  royalite, 
1,946  gals,  at  21c.  to  40c,  $482.67;  fuel  oil,  4,288  gals.,  $313.38;  lubricating 
oil,  333  gals.,  $110.64;  steel  barrels,  221  at  $8;  wood  barrels,  5  at  $5,  1,  $3; 
freight,  $36.90;    sundry  supplies,  $44.76. 5,076  10 

International    Equipment    Co.,   Montreal:    Edison    cells,    50   at    $14.03;    caustic 

potash,  500  lbs.,  $92.50 ;  containers  $23.80 817  80 

Lemon,  Gonnason  Co.,  Victoria:  wireless  mast,  $1,170;  cedar  poles,  16,  $115.80; 

lumber,  1,460  ft,,  $55.67;  sundry  expenses,  $10.15 1,351  62 

Marconi  Wireless  Telegraph  Co.,  Montreal  ($164,985.05)— 

Maintenance  of  Stations  on  Atlantic  Coast — Belle  Isle,  Camperdown,  Cape 
Race,  Cape  Sable,  Clarke  City,  Fame  Point,  Father  Point,  Grosse  Isle, 
Magdalen  Islands,  Montreal,  North  Sydney,  Point  Amour,  Quebec, 
Sable  Island,  14  stations  at  $5,500  per  annum 77,000  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0-35 

Radiotelegraph  Service — Continued — Service  radiotelegraphique — Suite  $      cts. 

Marconi  Wireless  Telegraph  Co. — Concluded 

Maintenance  of  stations  on  Great  Lakes— Kingston,  Midland,  Point  Edward, 
Port  Arthur,  Port  Burwell,  Sault  Ste.  Marie,  Tobermory,  Toronto,  8  sta- 
tions at  $5,500  per  annum 44,000  00 

Miscellaneous— armature,  $204.50;  head  bands,  6  at  $2.75,  6  at  $3.75; 
gnomonic  charts,  39  at  $1.25;  platinum  contacts,  8  pairs  at  $50;  con- 
densers, 5,  $480;  receiver  cords,  25  at  $1.80;  tuning  inductance,  $35; 
insulators,  20  at  $4  to  $6.25,  $95.50;  relay  keys,  2  at  $208;  glass  con- 
denser plates-,  569  at  50c,  40  at  75c;  zinc  plates,  190  at  25c;  radio 
telephones,  12  pairs  at  $6 ;  spare  radiogoniometers,  6  at  $120 ;  radiotrons, 
12  at  $5,  2  at  $6;  transformers,  18  at  $7.25;  power  transformer,  $375; 
filament  transformers,  2,  $107.50;  transformer  panel  units,  6  at  $85; 
continuous  wave  transmitters,  4  at  $6,000,  1,  $3,650;  direction  finder 
units,  3  at  $1,250;  receiving  valves,  479  at  $6.50,  6  at  $7;  transmitting 
valves,  12  at  $125;  10  at  $90;  wavemeters,  9  at  $127.50,  1,  $127;  wooden 
containers,  4,  $76;  upkeep  of  closed  stations,  $943.98;  freight  and  express, 

$692.07 ;   sundry  supplies.  $142.25 ;   less  discount,  $212 43,985  05 

McDonald,  John  A.,  North  Sydney,  legal  expenses 16  05 

Mooney,  B.  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  St.  John,  construction  of  dwelling  at  Redhead  sta- 
tion according  to  contract 4,634  00 

Moore- Whittington  Lumber  Co.,  Victoria:  lumber  at  $20.50  to  $70  per  1,000, 

$1,701.77;  doors  and  windows  and  frames,  63,  $372.38;  shingles,  30i  M,  $110.25         2,184  40 
National  Defence  Department,  Ottawa:  electric  light  and  power,  $148.31;  hire  of 
team  and  motor  boat,  $79.47;  fire  protection,  $52.50;  \  K.W.  spark  sets,  4  at 
$500;   telephone  $42.94;   duty  and  shipping  charges,  $31.67;   wages,  $36.15; 

sundry  stores,  $1,300.41 3^91  45 

Northern  Electric  Company:  ammeters,  23,  $569.45;  amplifiers,  7,  $355;  ampli- 
fying units,  8  at  $22.50;  antenna  switches,  6  at  $35;  bearing  bushings,  5  sets, 
$63.35;  circuit  breakers,  2,  $120;  condensers,  104,  $282.85;  flashers,  2  at  $34; 
insulators,.  300,  $86;  lighting  plant  generators,  6  at  $100;  microfaradmeter, 
$213.64;  meters,  5,  $307;  resistance  units,  30.  $80.40;  Brown's  telephones,  75 
at  $1.60;  transformers,  35,  $210;  peanut  and  vacuum  tubes,  90,  $1,021.80; 
tuner  and  detector  units,  6  at  $30;  transmitting  valves,  16,  $505;  receiving 
valves,  62,  $279;  voltmeters,  14,  $439.30;  wavemeters,  10  at  $82;  sundry  elec- 
trical supplies.  $785.77 ;  less  discount,  $879.77 6,616  79 

O'Leary,  A.  T.  &  Co.,  Halifax,  coal,  89  tons  at  $16.35 1,455  15 

Phillips.  Eugene  F.  Electrical   Works,   Ltd.,   Montreal:    copper  wire,   7,750  ft., 

$443.59 ;  cable.  325  ft,,  $182 ;  reels.  3,  $37 ;  lagging,  $8 670  59 

Prior.  E.  G.  <fk  Co.,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  wire  fencing,  80  rods,  $66.56;  nails,  14  kegs, 
$85.73;  682  lb..  $51.26;  kitchen  supplies.  $145.09;  tools,  $281.35;  zinc,  212 
lbs.,  $31.80;   sundry  hardware,  $236.55;   freight,  cartage  and  postage,  $9.79.  908  13 

Robertson,  Wm.  &  Son,  Halifax:  paint  and  oil,  12^  gals.,  $31.43;  galv.  connecting 
links,  46  doz.,  $63;  kitchen  supplies,  $87.50;  shackles,  232,  $62.20;  eyebolts, 
40,  $36;  tools,  $113.11;   rigging  wire  and  blocks,  $52.90;   sundry  hardware, 

$84.21; 53035 

Salter,  Sidney,  North  Sydney:  lumber,  6,462  ft.,  $317.74;  windows  and  doors,  6, 

$91.01 ;   freight,  $96.47 ;   sundry  supplies,  $30.70 535  92 

Shell  Company  of  California,  Vancouver  or  Victoria:  gasoline,  2,096  gals,  at  20c 
to  32ic,  $608.08;   motor  oil,  427i   gals,  at  89c   or  98c,  $382.72;   shipping 

tanks,,  34  at  $8 ;   less  discount,  $6.43 . . . . .  1^56  37 

Sheret,  Andrew,  Victoria,  plumbing  supplies  for  3  dwelling  houses  and  operating 

house  at  Pachena  Point  and  Station  at  Alert  Bay 863  98 

Thompson  &  Sutherland,  North  Sydney:  cement,  45  bags  at  $1.45;'  gasoline 
228J  gals,  at  34c;  drums,  5  at  $8;  motor  oil,  38^  gals,  at  90c;  roofing,  18 
squares  at  $2.25;  copper  wire,  140  lbs.  at  33c;  stove,  $62;  sundry  supplies, 

$253.41 ;  freight,  $38.08 : .  m*m     [  §57  78 

Whitman,  A.  N.  &  Son,  Canso :  provisions,  $565.73 ;  iaundry,  $64  52 630  25 

Travelling  expenses  of  officers:  G.  C.  W.  Browne,  $211.07;  J.  M.  Colton,  $319.74*; 
H.  A.  Coade,,  $906.90;  James  Craven,  $180.21;  A.  N.  Fraser,  $366  40-  G  J 
Gomm,  $605.90;  L.  H.  Johnston,  $411.35;  C.  R.  Lake,  $712.50;  D.  Manson', 

$382.58 ;  sundry  accounts  under  $100,  $358.12 4  454  77 

Accounts  under  $500  (350) ' .  26  683  38 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing, '  $5744  66:  sundry 
stationery,  $1,005.61;   publications,  $207.25;   express  charges  and  sales  tax, 

$22.08;  repairs  to  typewriter,  $6 6 985  60 

l—3£o 


O— 36  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  192S- Si 

Radiotelegraph   Service — Concluded — Service   radiotelegraphique — Fin  $      cts. 

Detailed  in  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Nova  Scotia,  $416.47,  New  Brunswick, 
$134.75,  British  Columbia,  $517.96,  Prince  Rupert,  $320.46,  Dominion 
Steamers,  $265.08,  Hydrographic  Surveys,  $26.13,  Construction  of  Lights, 
$767.15,    Life    Saving    Service,    $217.92,    Contingencies,    $22.95 2,688  87 

Duplicate  payment  E.  K.  Spinney  Limited,  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue,  1924-25  31  83 

445.663  47 

Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $12,252.54,  Dominion 
Steamers,  $2,118.60,  Hydrographic  Surveys,  $255.71,  Life  Saving 
Service,  $5,468.85,  Meteorological  Service,  $39.95,  Signal  Service, 
$316.74,  Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies,  British  Columbia, 
$27.84,  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Nova  Scotia,  $87.99,  New  Bruns- 
wick, $121.33,  British   Columbia,  $68.26,   Prince   Rupert,  $28.76       20,786  57 

Refunded  for  services  rendeired  and  stores  supplied,  Fisheries 
Branch,  $236.93,  Department  of  National  Defence,  $381.47, 
Department  of  Interior,  $968.65,  Department  of  Customs,  $274.80, 
Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police,  $151.43,  Canadian  Govern- 
ment Merchant  Marine,  $22.74;  for  meals  supplied,  $27.50, 
Imperial  Oil  Limited  for  barrels  returned,  $815.41 ;  sundry  sales, 
$38.09 2,917  02 

Refunded  by  other  departments  for  services  of  operators,  $4,020.59; 
credited  in  error  on  account  of  bonus,  $2,  Canadian  Fairbanks- 
Morse,  Ltd.,  $10,  H.  A.  Coade,  $156.75 4,189  34       27,892  93 

Total 417,770  54 

Tidal  Service — Service  de  mareographie 

Tidal  and  Current  Observers,  at  $150  per  m.:  A.  Rowlands,  $1,800,  bonus,  $119, 

J.  Edgerton,  $900,  bonus,  $59.46;  at  $15  to  $25  per  m.,  (26),  $5,068.16 7,946  62 

Stenographers,  at  $50  or  $80  per  m.,  $604.19,  bonus,  $43.81 648  00 

Hamilton  Inlet  Survey:  A.  Abbott,  technical  assistant,  at  $110  per  m.,  $381.33; 
A.  West,  cook,  at  $75  per  m.,  $170;  J.  Hopkins,  boatman,  at  $65  per  m., 
$218.17    769  50 

Adair,  S.,  Vancouver:  hire  of  gasoline  boat  for  tidal  observation,  Feb.  1,  1923, 

to    May   31,    1923    800  00 

Friez,  J.  P.,  &  Sons,  Baltimore,  3  special  2-day,  2-magnet  recorders 534  00 

Hayden,  S.  C,  senior  observer,  disbursements:  building  survey  camp,  $200; 
hire  of  tug,  $1,432.50;  labour,  $282;  rental  of  camp  site,  $61;  room  and 
board,  $1,250.85;  travelling  expenses,  $255.60;  sundry  disbursements, 
$1,094.22    4,576  17 

Job's  Stores,  Limited,  St.  John:  lumber  and  cutting  as  per  contract,  $179.85; 
provisions,  $137.63;  ship  chandlery  and  har-dware,  $216.51;  miscellaneous, 
$49.56    583  55 

Jones,  H.,  disbursements:  express  and  freight,  $69.10;  hardware,  $118.61;  hire 
of  motor  boat  and  man,  $774;  travelling  expenses,  $1,067.69;  sundry  dis- 
bursements, $135.49   2,164  89 

Lege,  A.,  &  Co.,  Limited,  London,  England,  9,000  charts 766  49 

McLeod,  J.  W.,  Vancouver,  hire  of  gasoline  boat  for  tidal  observation  work, 

9   m . 1,800  00 

Roberts,  Edward,  &  Son,  Broadstairs,  England:  harmonic  analysis  of  tidal 
observations:  Antieosti,  6  m.,  1922-23,  $77.87;  Father  Point,  1  y.,  July  1, 
1920,  $219;  Halifax,  2  y.,  Nov.  15,  1919,  $438;  St.  Paul's,  1  y.  May  15, 
1918,  $219;  Vancouver,  3  y.,  Sept.  15,  1917,  $657;  Victoria,  2  y.,  March  15, 
1920,  $438;  tidal  predictions  of  12  ports,  entrance  to  St.  Lawrence,  $876; 
copies   of   9   ports,   $21.90 2,946  77 

St.  John  Iron  Works.  St.  John:  steel  tide  gauge  casing,  galvanized  iron  pipes, 

and  hand  pump,  $556.85,  payment  on  account 450  00 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept.,  Ottawa:    printing,  $7,292.82;  stationery, 

$1,631.61    8,924  43 

Accounts  under  $400:  custom  duty,  $138.50;  express  and  freight,  $802.52;  fuel, 
$134.50;  hardware,  $412.75;  labour,  $223.90;  lumber,  $447.21;  provisions, 
$209.97 ;   travelling  expenses,  $641.13 ;   miscellaneous,  $2,839.50 5,849  98 

Detailed  in  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Prince  Edward  Island 30 

38,760  70 

Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $222.27;   refunded  by  Depart- 
ment of  Justice  for  services  rendered  re  Hamilton  Inlet  Survey,  $5,000... .         5,222  27 
Total 33,538  43 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 37 

Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies  $       cts. 

Agences,  loyers  et  depenses  contingentes 

Summary — Sommaire 

Nova  Scotia  District    35,056  87 

Prince   Edward   Island   District    21,489  58 

New  Brunswick  District    28,238  41 

Quebec   District    45,913  04 

Montreal  District  18,228  96 

Parry  Sound  District    14,627  13 

Kenora   District    650  00 

British  Columbia   District    17,669  75 

Prince   Rupert  District    13,906  72 

General  Account    7,762  12 

Total 203,542  58 

Nova  Scotia  District — District  de  la  Nouvelle-Ecosse 

C.  H.  Harvey,  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,600;  J.  H.  Bargle,  stores  clerk, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,140,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  J.  A. 
Browne,  junior  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,890,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $76.98;  R.  De  Young,  file  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$1,300,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  E.  N.  Douglas,  telegraph  operator, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,275;  J.  M^L.  Fraser,  accountant,  12  m.  to  Mar. 
31,  1924,  less  34  d.  half  pay,  $2,232.75,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $57.25; 
G.  H.  Harvey,  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,140:,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $315;  C.  H.  Hosterman,  senior  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,620,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $162;  W.  R.  Jennett, 
stores  clerk,  12  m.  to>  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,300,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$297;  J.  A.  Legere,  district  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  less  4  d., 
$3,202.76;  A.  D.  MacKerrow,  timekeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,200, 
provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  J.  McGowan,  account  clerk,  12  m.  to 
Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,005,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  D.  Melvin,  mes- 
senger-clerk, 12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,000,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$315;  V.  Mullins,  sub-agent,  Sydney,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,160,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $60;  W.  Pitkin,  messenger-clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar. 
31,  1924,  $1,000,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  W.  Roche,  senior 
account  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,320;  W.  D.  Taunton,  senior 
stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,620,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$162;  J.  C.  Theakston,  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,200, 
provisional  bonus  allowance^  $60;  L.  E.  Thomas,  clerk-stenographer,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,200,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $60;  G.  N.  Walsh, 
clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $960,  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance, $162.37;  F.  K.  Wilson,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 

1924,   $600,   provisional  bonus  allowance,   $94.50 35,326  61 

Harvey,  C.  H.,  agent,  and  J.  McL.  Fraser,  accountant,  Halifax,  disbursements: 
cleaning  offices,  $486;  freight  and  express,  $48.39;  postage  stamps,  $297.78; 

laundry,  $57.24;  telephone  messages,  $109.45;  sundry,  $55.23 1,054  09 

Western  Union  Telegraph   Co.,  telegrams 1,020  90 

Accounts  under  $500    241  79 

Public    Printing   and   Stationery   Dept.,    Ottawa:    printing,   $100.39;    stationery, 

$652.83   753  22 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights 21  36 

38,417  97 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 3,361  10 

Total  35,056 Jtf 

Prince  Edward  Island  District — District  de  Vile   du  Prince-Edo\uard 

T.  G.  Tavlor,  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $3;600;  F.  Beers,  messenger,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $700.  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  A.  F.  Bell, 
senior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,440.  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$261;  J.  D.  Campbell,  senior  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,440, 
provisional  bonus  allowance.  $261 ;  E.  E.  Olawson,  district  engineer,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,195;  Geo.  W.  Craig,  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 


O— 38  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies — Continued  $      cts. 

Agences,  loyers  et  depenses  contingentes — Suite 

Prince  Edward  Island  District — Concluded — District  de  Vile  du  Prince-Edouard — 

Fin 

$946.  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $83.25;  J.  R.  Davies,  sub-agent,  Pictou, 
12  m.  to  (Mar.  31.  1924,  $400;  W.  Oaud'ette,  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to 
•Mar.  31.  1924,  less  9  d..  $1,053,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $70.20;  J.  S. 
Moore,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  less  11  d.,  $532.15,  provisional 
bonus  allowance.  $83.82 ;  G.  J.  Maren,  senior  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  an.  to  Mar. 
31,  1924.  $1,485,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261;  L.  Robson,  clerk- 
stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,005,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$83.25;  A.  Smith,  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $990,  provisional 
'bonus  allowance,  $83.25;  D.  F.  Tierney,  account  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$1J)50,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  L.  Wright,  principal  clerk-book- 
keeper, 12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,010,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $60.75..       21,723  67 

Taylor,  T.  G.,  agent,  and  L.  Wright,  accountant,  Charlottetown,  disbursements: 
freight  and  express,  $78.97;  postage  stamps,  $175;  telephone  messages,  $87.26; 
travelling  expenses,  $197.91 ;  sundry,  $24.94 564  08 

Accounts  under  $500:  telegrams,  $541.91 ;  miscellaneous,  $315.69 857  60 

Public    Printing    and    Stationery   Dept.,    Ottawa:    printing,    $14.37;    stationery, 

$206.63 221  00 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights 75 

23,367  10 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 1,877  52 

Total 21,489  58 


New  Brunswick  District — District  du  Nouveau-Brunswick 

J.  C.  Chesley.  agent.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,600;  additional  salary  for  super- 
vision of  wharves.  St.  John  Harbour,  $1,200  (See  correspondence)  ;  J.  S. 
Allan,  senior  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $1,620,  provisional  bonus 
allowance.  J162;  R.  A.  C.  Brown,  account  clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$1,140,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $72;  A.  W.  Burns,  assistant  ship's 
husband,  12  m.  to  >Mar.  31.  1924.  $1,740,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $150; 
B.  M.  Carson,  senior  clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1924,  $1,440;  C.  A.  Clark,  prin- 
cipal clerk4>ookkeeper.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $2,280,  provisional  bonus 
allowance,  $60;  W.  W.  Donohoe,  wharfinger  clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$1,380,  provisional  bonus'  allowance,  $279;  H.  F.  Morrissey,  district  engineer, 
12  m.  to  (Mar.  31.  1924.  $3,150;  Wm.  O.  Murphy,  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to 
Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,080,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  L.  H.  Myles,  clerk- 
stenographer.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  less  12  d.,  $1,044,  provisional  bonus 
allowance,  $89.60;  E.  M.  McAdoo.  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924,  $1,080,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  F.  A.  McKinnon,  office  boy, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $420,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $15.72;  G.  F. 
McLean,  file  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,140,  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance, $315;  C.  S.  Blocum,  engineering  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,380, 
provisional  bonus  allowance,  $279;  A.  M.  Turner,  junior  clerk-stenographer, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $600,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  I.  B.  Woodiey, 
senior  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,620 28,261  32 

Chesley.  J.  C.  agent,  and  C.  A.  Clark,  accountant,  St.  John,  disbursement: 
postage  stamps,  $210;  travel,  J.  C.  Chesley,  $527.98,  W.  W.  Donohue, 
$12.55;  sundry,  $14.98 765  51 

Accounts  under  $500:  telegrams,  $643.59;  exchange  service,  $311.93;  mis- 
cellaneous, $35.90 991  42 

Public    Printing    and   Stationery   Dept.,  Ottawa:    printing,    $160.68;    stationery, 

$396.63 557  31 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights 10  17 

30,585  73 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance ............  c 2,347  32 

Total <c, :'.. 28,238  41 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 39 

Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies — Continued  $       cts. 

Agences,  loyers  et  depenses  contingentes — Suite 

Quebec  District — District  de  Quebec 

T.  Belaud.  a«ent.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $3,600;  G.  M.  Belleau,  clerk,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $1,300.  .provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  J.  M.  Blouin, 
senior  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,620,  provisional  bonus 
allowance.  $162;  J.  Delisle,  clerk-stenographer.  Mar.  13  to  Mar.  31,  1924. 
$49.03,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $4.25;  J.  F.  Dumas,  junior  clerk-typist, 
12.  on.  to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $981.18.  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $309.07;  A. 
Gunnip,  telephone  operator,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $705,  provisional  bonus 
allowance,  $94.50;  G...B-  Hall,  junior  purchasing  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924,  $1,920,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $63;  Ste.  F.  Hamel,  account  clerk, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $1,200.  provisional  bonus  allowance.  $297;  J.  M. 
Legare,  file  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $1,300,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$297;  E.  Lemelin,  account  clerk,  12  m.  to  iMar.  31,  1924,  $1,300,  provisional 
bonus  allowance.  $297;  A.  Martineau.  timekeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$1,300,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  F.  V.  Moffet,  senior  clerk,  12  im. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,500.  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261;  R.  Mullally, 
senior  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,500,  provisional  bonus 
allowance.  $261;  J.  W.  O'Oonnell.  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  iMar.  31.  1924, 
$1,260,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  J.  A.  O'Dowd,  senior  clerk-steno- 
grapher. 12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $1,560.  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $202; 
P.  J.  O'Brien,  senior  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,860,  provisional 
bonus  allowance.  $69 ;  A.  Paradis.  account  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$1,300,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  M.  Parent,  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $1,320.  provisional  bonus  allowance.  $279;  A.  Potvin, 
clerk-tvpist.  12  im.  to  (Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,140,  provisional  bonus  allowance. 
$315.;  A.  Robitaille.  stores  clerk.  8  m.  to 'Mar.  31,  1924,  $866.64,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $198;  H.  J.  Robitaiille  assistant  engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924.  $2,580;  L.  J.  Hooney,  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$1,300,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  H.  F.  Smith,  accountant,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $2,340.  provisional  bonus  allowance.  $60;  J.  A.  Smith, 
district  engineer.  12  m.  to  IMar.  31.  1924,  $3,240;  P.  Trudel,  stores 
clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1924,  $953.28;  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315; 
P.  Savard,  stores  clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,080,  provisional  bonus 
allowance,  $315;  iP.  E.  Wright,  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,260,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $297 45,915  95 

Canadian  National  Telegraphs,  telegrams,  Apr.  1,  1923,  to  Feb.  28,  1924 676  50 

Accounts  under  $500:  postage  stamps,  $350;  telephone  messages,  $299.20;  mis- 
cellaneous, $414.31 : 1,063  51 

Public    Printing    and    Stationery    Dept.,    Ottawa,    printing,    $4.98;    stationery, 

$603.72 608  70 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  $3,210.76,  Dominion  Steamers,  $18.44 3,229  20 

51,493  86 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 5,580  S2 

Total 45,913  04 


Montreal  District — District   de   Montreal 

R.  A.  Wiallard.  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $2,790;  J.  Bergeron,  account  clerk, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,020,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $83.25;  J.  Birm- 
ingham, senior  account  clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,440,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $261;  A.  Dansereau,  office  boy,  Apr.  1  to  Apr.  18,  1923, 
$19.50  P.  Duoondu,  junior  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,000,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $83.25 j_A.  Du  Sault,  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924,  $1,140,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  B.  Filion,  clerk-stenographer, 
5  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  '$400,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $34.74;  M.  Tiniffter, 
office  boy,  3  m.  to  'Sept.  30,  1923,  $75;  J.  Gariepy,  principal  clerk,  12  m.  to 
Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,890,  professional  bonus  allowance,  $76.98;  A.  Gauthier,  clerk- 
stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $990,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$315;  W.  Lalonde,  messenger,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $837.49,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $315;  C.  A.  Le  Bel,  principal  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$2,400,  provisional  bonus  allowance..  $60;  F.  J.  Maguire,  principal  clerk- 
bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  iMar.  31,  1924,  $2,280,  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance, $20 17,846  21 


O— 40 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 


Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies — Continued  $       cts. 

Agences,  loyers  et  depenses  contingentes — Suite 

Montreal   District — Concluded — District    de    Montreal — Fin 

Accounts  under  $500 865  49 

Public  Printing   and  Stationery   Dept.,   Ottawa:    printing,    $160.29;    stationery, 

$921.19 1,081  48 

19,793  18 
Less — 'Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 1,564  22 

Total 18,228  96 

Parry   Sound   District — District   de    Parry-Sound 

M.  Brais,  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,420;  R.  G.  Airey,  clerk-stenographer, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $1,125.  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $72;  W.  D. 
Auldjo,  senior  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,740,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $150;  H.  Childerhose,  senior  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar. 
31,  1924,  $1,500,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261;  O.  Mosley,  clerk- 
stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,140,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$72;  J.  L.  Russell,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $675, 
provisional  bonus  allowance,  $94.50;  S.  G.  Scagel,  sub-agent,  12  m.  to 
Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,160,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $60;  E.  Virgo,  junior 
stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,000,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$83.25    13,552  75 

Accounts  under  $500:  telegrams,  $606.07;  miscellaneous,  $950.48 1,556  55 

Public    Printing    and    Stationery   Dept.,    Ottawa:    printing,    $19.53;    stationery, 

$221.82    24135 

Detailed    under    Maintenance    of    Lights 69  23 

15,419  88 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 792  75 

Total 14,627  13 

Kenora  District — District  de  Kenora 
C.  L.  Parrott,  sub-agent,  Kenora,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 650  00 


British    Columbia    District — District    de    la    Colombie-Britannique 

A.  W.  R.  Wilby,  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,600;  C.  F.  Barnes,  senior  clerk, 
12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,440,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261;  A.  J. 
Dallain,  principal  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,280,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $60;  K.  E.  Gaudin,  file  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924,  $1,200,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  G.  E.  Hartnell,  junior 
purchasing  agent,  12  m.  to  (Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,920,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$63;  M.  G.  Lyall,  clerk-stenographer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,200,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $297;  C.  E.  M.  Rant,  clerk-stenographer,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,200,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $60;  M.  T.  Roberts, 
account  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31.  1924,  $1,140,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$72;  P.  H.  Stevens,  stores  clerk,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $1,005,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $315;  F.  Sargent,  junior  clerk,   12  m.  to   Mar.  31,   1924, 

$630,   provisional    bonus    allowance,    $315 17,355  00 

Wilby,  A.  W.  R.,  agent,  and  A.  J.  Dallain,  accountant,  Victoria,  disbursements: 
exchange  service,  $256.25;  freight  and  express,  $74.05;  telephone  messages, 
$122.85;   telegraph  messages,  $327.12;   postage  stamps,  $203;   travel,  A.   W. 

R.   Wilby,  $182.90;    sundry,   $30.37 1,196  54 

Accounts    under    $500 126  79 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept.,  Ottawa,  stationery 583  34 

Detailed  under:— Maintenance  of  Lights,  $120.24;  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $27.84  148  08 

19,409  75 
Less — 'Charged   to   Provisional  Bonus   Allowance 1,740  00 

Total    17,669  75 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0-41 


Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies— Concluded  $       cts. 

Agences,  loyers  et  depenses  contingentes — Fin 

Prince  Rupert  District— District  de  Prince-Rupert 

F  T.  Saunders,  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,600;  G.  P.  Connelly,  stores 
clerk.  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924.  $1,080,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $72; 
E.  S.'  Day,  clerk-stenographer,  for  broken  periods  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $756.40, 
provisional  bonus  allowance,  $220.61;  R.  Erskine,  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31.  1924.  $1,320.  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $279;  G.  S.  Fitz- 
Maurice,  clerk-typist,  Aug.  3  to  Nov.  12,  1923,  $266.84,  provisional  bonus 
allowance,  $23.11;  H.  Russell-Hamilton,  clerk-typist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924,  $1,080,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $281.68;  W.  L.  Stamford,  assistant 
engineer,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,340,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $60; 
A.  Watson,  principal  clerk-bookkeeper,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,280, 
provisional  bonus  allowance,  $60 13,719  64 

Accounts  under   $500:   hardware,   $396.75 ;    miscellaneous,   $699.63 1,096  38 

Public  Printing   and  Stationery  Dept.,  Ottawa:    printing,   $21.23;      stationery, 

$153.84    175  07 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights 2  03 

14,993  12 
Less — Refund   on  account   of  salary   P.  Paul,   detailed   under   Maintenance   of 
Lights,    Prince    Rupert,    $90;     charged    to    Provisional    Bonus    Allowance, 
$996.40    1,086  40 

Total    13,906  72 

General  Account — Compte  general 

Carson,  W.  H.,  district  engineer,  Ottawa,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924 3,240  00 

Public    Printing    and    Stationery    Department,    Ottawa:      printing,      $4,139.05; 

stationery,    $294.82     4,433  87 

Small  accounts' 88  25 

Total    7,762  12 


Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares 

Nova  Scotia  District — District  de  la  Nouvelle-Ecosse   ($123,278.17) 

Johnson,  P.  C.,  Inspector,  salary 3,240  00 

Abriel,  Jas.,  Pope  Harbour:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Bagnell,  E.,  Union  Island:   salary,  $1,560;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,740  00 

Baker,  O.,  Jeddore  Rock:  salary,  $906;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,041  00 

Blaxland,  S.,  Owls  Head:  salary,  $400.38;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $77.66 478  04 

Bond,  H.,  Quaker  Island:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Bonner,  J.  C.,  Point  Aconi,  salary 420  00 

Boudreau,  H.  T.,  Green  Island:  salary,  $630;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $101.25....  731  25 

Boutilier,  W.  W.,  Croucher  Island:   salary,  $585;    cost  of  living  bonus,  $135..  720  00 

Burke,  F.  A.,  Outique  Island :  salary,  $636 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 771  00 

Burke,  H.,  Country  Harbour:  salary,  $312.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 447  50 

Burke,  H.,  Country  Harb.,  $490;  Burns,  S.  E.,  Budget,  $420 910  00 

Butler,  J.  R.,  Sand  Spit,  salary 516  00 

Cameron,  Wm,  Louisburg:  salary,  $314.16;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $31.02. 345  18 

Campbell,  D.,  Ciboux  Island:  salary,  $525;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $84.38 609  38 

Campbell,  D.,  Flat  Point:  salary,  $906.24;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $93.75 999  99 

Campbell,  T.,  Main-a-Dieu:  salary,  $696;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Carter,  F.  L.,  Queensport:   salary,  $696;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Clancey,  J.  W.,  Betty  Island:  salary.  $921 ;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $135 1,056  00 

Clory,  A.,  Glasgow  Point,  $420;  Connington,  T.,  Louisburg,  $420 840  00 

Conrad,  T.,  Mauger  Beach:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Cook,  H.  J.,  Port  Mouton:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Covey,  A.,  Flint  Island:  salary,  $2,280;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,505  00 

Covey,  C,  Beaver  Island,  S.E.  coast:  salary,  $1,710;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180..  1,890  00 

Covey,  W.,  Louisburg:   salary,  $1,551.40;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $154.55 1,705  95 


0-42  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers — Continued  $      cts. 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Suite 

Nova  Scotia  District — Continued — District  de  la  N ouvelle-Ecosse — Suite 

Croft,  J.,  Redmond  Head,  $306;  Daley,  Wm,  Sydney,  $465 771  00 

David,  Wm.  H.,  Port  Felix,  salary 516  00 

Decker,  B.,  Cape  Hoseway :  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Doane,   J.  B.,  North   East  Harbour 405  00 

Dupe,  W.  H.,  Ingonish  Island:  salary,  $495;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $101.25 596  25 

Faulkner,  J.,  Jeddore  Harbour,  salary 420  00 

Faulkner,  W.  J.,  Devil  Island:  salary,  $930;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

Ferguson,  A.,  St.  Esprit  Island:  salary,  $930;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

Garrison,  S.  H.,  Peggy  Point:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Giffin,  I.,  Isaac  Harbour:  salary,  $406;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $78.75 484  75 

Gilkie,  A.  J.,  Sambro  Light:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Heisler,  Wm.,  Battery  Point:  salary,  $621;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 756  00 

Holland,  R.,  Chebucto  Head:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Jamieson,  W.  T.,  St.  Paul's  Island:  salary,  $2,220;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,445  00 

Jewers,  R.  L..  Beaver  Harbour:  salary,  $615;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 750  00 

Kelly,  Jas.,  Lingan  Head,  salary 350  00 

Kenny,' J.  W.,  Sheet  Rock:  salary,  $966;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,101  00 

Landry,  F.,  Poulamond,  salary 463  50 

Langille,  A.  M.,  Chester  Ironbound:  salary,  $808.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135..  943  50 

Leslie.  A.  M.,  Sprv  Bay.  salary 420  00 

Long,  J.,  Canso  Harbour:   salary,  $696;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Lynch,  M.,  McNab  Island:   salary,  $660;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 79500 

McAskill,  J.  G.,  Cape  North:  salarv,  $2,265;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $225 2,490  00 

McDonald,  J.,  Gabarus,  $420;   McDonald,  R.  R.,  Carter  Island,  $516 936  00 

McGrath,  M.,  Arichat.  salarv 516  00 

Mclntyre,  J.  A.,  St.  Paul's  Island:  salary,  $885;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,020  00 

McKinley,  A.  H.,  Wedge  Island:  salary,  $943.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135....  1,078  50 
MdLeod,   A.   I.,  St.   Paul's  Island,   Humane    Establishment:    salary,   $4,665.10; 

arrears,    $224.15    4,889  25 

McRae,  D.,  Kidstone  Island,  $420;  Malcolm,  W.  J.,  Bear  Island,  $516 936  00 

Marchand,  X.,  Petit  de  Grat,  $456;  Matthews,  Wm.,  Canso  Range,  $420 876  00 

Mauger,  J.  J.,  Cap  Rond :  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Misener,  A.,  Liscomb :  salary,  $786 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Misener,  J.  E.,  Fort  Point,  $306;  Moreash,  Ed.,  Dover,  $420 726  00 

Morrison,  M.  D.,  Black  Rock  Point,  salary 480  00 

Moser,  S.,  Moeer  Island :  salary,  $696 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Mundell,  Ed.,  Eddv  Point:  salary,  $876 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,011  00 

Munroe,  A.,  Whitehead:  salarv,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Munroe,  H.  S.,  Three  Top  Islands:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Murphy,   M.  V.,   Locke  port-Gull    Rock:    salary,   $1,725;    cost    of   living   bonus, 

$180 1,905  00 

Murray,  Mrs.  A,  M.,  Cape  St,  George,  salary 396  00 

Myrick,  J.,  Cape  Race:  salary,  $3.240 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 3,465  00 

Myrick,  M.,  Gape  Freels:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Nearing,  J.,  Scatari  Island:  salary-,  $2,280;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,505  00 

Nicholson,  A.,  Balache,  $306;  Nolan.  W.  H.,  George  Island,  $516 822  00 

Nunn,  Geo.,  Sydney  Bar:  salary,  $363.60;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $81 444  60 

Obed,  J.  C,  Salvages:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

0'HaraJ  T.,  Port  Bickerton,  salary 306  00 

Palmer,  H.,  Ship  Harbour:  salary,  $596;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Palmer,  W.  H.,  La  Have,  salary 456  00 

Pearl,  M.  B.,  Pearl  Island:  salary,  $966;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,101  00 

Perry,  F.,  Negro  Island:  salary,  $786 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Peters,  C.  M.,  Flat  Point:  salary,  $833.76;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $86.25 920  01 

Poirier,  R,  C,  Crichton  Head,  $417;  Powell,  A.  M.,  Page  Island,  $456 873  00 

Richards,  C.  P.,  Cranberry  Island1:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Ross,  H.,  Baocaro:  salary,  $876;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,011  00 

Sable  Island,  Humane  Establishment,  $7,795.48;  Sampson,  A.,  Jerome  Point,  $516.  8,311  48 

Schrader,  Geo.,  Tor  Bay :  salarv,  $696 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135     831  00 

Scott,  Geo.  E.,  Guysboro  Harb.,  $456;  Shatford,  0.,  Hubbard  Cove,  $480 936  00 

Sweet,  Geo.,  Jr.,  Neil  Harbour,  salary 306  00 

Theriault,  A.,  Jerseyman  Island:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Turner,  C,  Marie  Joseph :  salary,  $696 ;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $135 831  00 

Webber,  S.  O.,  Egg  Mand:  salary,  $943.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,078  50 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 43 

Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers — Continued  $       cts. 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Suite 

Nova  Scotia  District—Concluded — District  de  la  Nouvelle-Ecosse — Fin 

Wemtzell,  J.  E.,  Coffin  Island:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

Whynacht,  Chas.,  Cross  Island:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Whynacht,  J.,  Medway  Head,  salary ._ 516  00 

Wolf,  F.  W.,  West  Ironbound:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Williams,  Ed.,  Little  Hope:  salary,  $1,686;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,866  00 

Salaries  under  $300  (78),  $13,897.83 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $411.71 14,309  54 

Prince   Edward  Island — District   de   Vile   du   Prince-Edouard 
($94,152.64) 

Prouse,  W.  H.,,  inspector,  salary 3,240  00 

Adams,  J.,  Cape  Tryon,  $480;  Main,  J.,  Hay  Isd.,  $420 900  00 

Arsenault,  J.  M.,  Bird  Rock:  salary,  $1,426.29;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $144.56 1,570  85 

Baird,  Chas.,  Caribou  Island:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Basque,  F.  D.,  Tracadie  North,  salarv 530  00 

Beaudoin,  D.,  Ferrolle  Point:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Bent,  A.  J.  P.,  Jourimain:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Bourque,  E.,  Bird  Itock:  salary,  $2,531.46;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $220.77 2,752  23 

Breton,  N.,  Rich  Point:  salary,  $930;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

Campbell,  A.  W.,  Cape  Norman:  salary,  $2,280;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,505  00 

Oarbonineau,  E.,  Flat  Island:  salary,  $930';  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

Chapman,  C.  J.,  Pugwash :  salary.  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Condon,  M.,  Panmure  Island:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $90 930  00 

Cormier,  C,  Amhurst  Island:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Crispo,  J.  T.,  Harbour  Bouche,  salary 480  00 

Oullins,  G.  F.,  Entry  Island:  salary,  $1,170.97;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $121.93....  1,202  90 

Currie,  N.  W.,  Blockhouse  Point:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Dicks,  John  Pictou  Harbour,  salary 420  00 

Falkenham,  A.  C,  Cape  George:  salary,  $930;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

Ferguson,  D.  A.,  Pakemouche,  salary 478  50 

Fontaine,  Ed.,  Cape  Bauld:  salary,  $2,280;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,505  00 

Gallant,  A.,  Cassie  Point,  $516;  Gallant,  J.  W.,  Cape  Egmont,  $435 951  00 

Hackey,  S.,  Shiippigan  (Big) ,  salarv 576  00 

Hickey,  P.,  Fish  Island:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Hyde,  H.,  Cape  Bear:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Lavallee,  J.,  Flower  Island:  salary,  $1,200;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,380  00 

LeBlanc,  P.,  Cheticamp :  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Letemplier,  J.,  Greenly  Island:  salary,  $2,250;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,475  00 

McCarthy,  D.  P.,  North  Point:  salary,  $660 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

McDonald,  W.,  West  Point  Main:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

McDonald,  W.  A.,  Panmure  Island:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $90 930  00 

McDonald,  A.  J.,  Port  Hood,  salary 480  00 

McEachern,  J.,  North  Canso:  salarv,  $660;  cost  of  living;  bonus,  $135 795  00 

McFarlane,  A.,  Pictou  Island,  S.  E.  Point:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135.  975  00 

MoFarlane,  Wm.  H.,  Pictou  Bar:  salary,  $825;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 960  00 

McGrath,  J.  F.,  St.  Peter's  Harbour,  salary 304  00 

Mcintosh,  M.  F.,  Souris:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Mclntyre,  A.  C,  East  Point:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

McKinnon,  P.  J.,  Shipwreck  Point:  salary,  $585;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 720  00 

McLellan,  A.  D.,  Cape  St.  Lawrence:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

McLellan,  A.  Y.,  Margaree:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

McLennan,  D.  A.,  Henry  Island:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

McLennan,  K.  R.,  Escuminac:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

McLeod,  J.,  Bay  Du  Vin,  salary 420  00 

Mallett,  Wm.  H.,  Cascuimpeque:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Mills,  G.,  Fox  Island!  (Swashwtay),  $420;    Morrison,  J.  A.,  Sheldrake  Island,  $480.  900  00 

Morrisson,  P.,  Portage  Island,  $516;    Mullins,  J.,  Mullin  Point,  $420 936  00 

Murchison,  A.  A.,  Point  Prim.:  salary,  $652.50;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $135 787  50 

Murphy,  M.,  Pomquet  Island:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Murray,  M.,  Middle  Island,  salary 420  00 

Osborne,  F.,  St.  Mary  Island:  salary,  $2,190;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,415  00 

Patterson,  C.  D.,  Pictou  Isd.  W.  End:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living;  bonus,  $135..  975  00 

Patry,  A.,  Cape  Anguille:  salary,  $2,280;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $225 2,505  00 

Peters,  F.  W.,  Indian  Point:  salary,  $366.80;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $63 429  80 

Petipas,  J.,  Shediac  Island,  $480;  Purcell,  J.,  Brighton  Rge.,  $480 960  00 


O— 44  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers — Continued  $       cts. 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Suite 

Prince  Edward  Island  District — Concluded — District  de  Vile  du  Prince-Edouard — 

Fin 

Poirier,  G.,  Buctouche  Bar,  salary 420  00 

Rannahan,  T.  J.,  Sea  Cow  Head:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Renme,  E.  H.,  Cape  Ray:  salary,  $2,280;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,505  00 

Richard,  E.,  Brion  Island:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

Richard,  P.,  Richibucto  Head,  $480 ;  Robertson,  J.,  Neguac,  $420 900  00 

Ross,  D.  A.,  Grandoon  Flats,  $480;  Sweet,  E.,  Hazards,  $420 900  00 

Taylor,  J.  J.,  St.  Peter's  Island,  salary 480  00 

Thomas,  M.,  Belle  Isle  (High):  salary,  $2,700;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,925  00 

Turnbull,  P.  F.,  Etang  du  Nord:  salary,  $705;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 840  00 

Vautour,  P.  F.  X.,  St.  Louis  Gully,  $354.96;  Willdston,  S.,  Fox  Island  (upper),  $480  834  96 

Wyatt,  G.,  Amour  Point:  salary,  $2,280;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,505  00 

Wyatt,  W.  G.,  Belle  Isle  N.  End:  salary,  $2,580;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225....  2,805  00 

Salaries  under  $300  (98),  $15,599.65;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $38.25 15,637  90 

New  Brunswick  District — District  du  Nouveau-Brunswick   ($94,554-91) 

Kelly,   J.,   Inspector,   salary 3,240  00 

Amirault,  L.  P.,  Sissiboo,  salary 420  00 

Amiro,  A.  J.,  Pubnico  Harbour:   salary,  $786;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Armstrong,  H.  E.,  Martin  Head:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Babcock,  J.  F.,  Southern  Wolf:  salary,  $793.98;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $110.96 904  94 

Barteaux,  V.  F.,  Advocate  Harb.,  $480;  Belding,  N.  C,  Chance  Harb.,  $420 900  00 

Belliveau,  A.  P.,  Fort  Folly,  salary 456  00 

Bennett,  L.  M.,  Cape  Enrage:   salary,  $1,545;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,725  00 

Boudreau,  P.  Z.,  Bunker  Island:  salary,  $504.98;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $86.73..  591  71 

Bradshaw,  H.,  Quaco:   salary,  $1,680;    cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Buckman,  C,  Grand  Passage:  salary,  $727.50;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 862  50 

Cleveland,  J.  L.,  Margarefcsville,  salary 420  00 

Coteau,  N.,  Candlebox  Island:  salary,  $606;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 741  00 

Crowell,  J.,   Seal   Island:    salary,  $1,740;    cost   of   living  bonus,   $180 1,920  00 

Cunningham,  H.,  Cape  Fourchu:  salary,  $1,620;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,800  00 

Day,  J.  B.,  Partridge  Island:    salary,  $2,280;    cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,505  00 

Dines,  S.  Letite:   salary,  $1,440;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,620  00 

Dinsmore,  E.  C,  Head  Harbour:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180....  1,920  00 

Doane,  F.  H.,  Bunker  Island:   salary,  $786;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Doughty,  B.  F.,  Passamaquoddy  Bay  W.:  salary,  $846;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135.  981  00 

Elderkin,  H.  E.,  Apple  River:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Eldridge,  J.  M.,  Beaver  Harbour:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Ellis,  L.  M.,  Point  Prim:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Faulkner,  W.  B.,  Burntcoafc,  salary 480  00 

Foster,  T.  P.,  South  West  Head:  salary,  $966;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,101  00 

Galbraith,  J.  S.,  East  Head  Musquash:  salary,  $966;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,101  00 

George,  J.  E.,  Cape  Sharp:   salary,  $1,680;    cost   of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Goodwin,  J.  E.,  Wood®  Harbour,  salary 456  00 

Greenwood,  E.,  Bon  Portage:  salary,  $603.23;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $123.39 726  62 

Harvey,  S.  B.,  Machias  Seal  Island:  salary,  $2,130;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225..  2,355  00 

Henderson,  A.,  Bliss  Island:  salary,  $876;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,011  00 

Kay,  H.  E.,  Cherry  Island,  salary 420  00 

Lahey,  G.  A.,  Swallow  Tail:  salary,  $1,620;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,800  00 

Landry,  J.,  Green  Island,  $1,200;    Larkin,  E.,  Stoddard  Island,  $456 1,656  00 

LeBlanc,  S.,  Tusket  River:   salary,  $750;    cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Lockhart,  E.,  Peck's  Point:   salary,  $930;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

McDowell,  H.  E.,  Grand  Harbour:  salary,  $876;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,011  00 

McKee,  Chas.,  Cape  Spencer:  salary,  $2,235;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,460  00 

McLeod,  M.,  Cape  d'Or:  salary,  $1,680;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Morrell,  B.  H.,  Brier  Island:  salary,  $906.25;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $93.75 1,000  00 

Morris,  P.  E.,  He  Haute:  salary,  $966;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,101  00 

Murphy,  F.  A.,  Bunker  Island,  salarv 360  00 

Murray,  A.,  Pea  Point:   salary,  $763.50;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 898  50 

Peck,  E.  C,  Grindstone  Island:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $176.25 1,856  25 

Pendlebury,  Miss  E.  E.,  St.  Andrews,  salary 516  00 

Prouty,  Geo.,  Argyle  Light:   salary,  $733.50;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 868  50 

Rathburn,  M.  J.,  Horton,  salary 480  00 

Robichau,  B.  H.,  Cape  St.  Mary:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180....  1,860  00 


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$      cts. 


Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers — Continued 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Suite 

New  Brunswick  District — Concluded — District  du  Nouveau-Brunswick — Fin 


Robinson,  C.  D.,  Black  Rock:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 

Ruggles,  F.,  Boar's  Head:   salary,  $1,680;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Small,  C.  E.,  Big  Duck  Island:  salary,  $1,485;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Smith,  M.  G.,  West  Head  Cape  Island,  salary 

Snyder,  W.  M.,  Point  Lepreau:   salary,  $2,130;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $225.. 

Southern,  E.  W.,  Westport:   salary,  $786;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 

Spencer,  R.  C,  Parrsboro:  salary,  $1,146;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Splane,  A.,  Liner  Point:   salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Surette,  J.  L.,  Peases  Island:  salary,  $726;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 

Tatton,  C,  Grand  Manan:  salary,  $1,545;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Welch,  A.  L.,  Brier  Island:  salary,  $761.82;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $86.26 

Wilson,  A.  H.,  Gannet  Rock:   salary,  $2,250;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 

Wise,  A.,  Cape  Sable:   salary,  $1,740;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Salaries  under  $300    (104)    $16,021.50;    cost  of  living  bonus,   $73.31 


Quebec  District— District  de  Quebec  ($104,386.61) 

Kaine,  B.  J.,  Inspector,  salary 

Ascah,  H.  L.,  Fame  Point:  salary,  13  m.,  $2,470;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $225 

Ascah,  J.  N.,  Sandy  Beach:  salary,  13  m.,  $949;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 

Banville,  J.,  Matane:  salary,  13  m.,  $715;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 

Beaudin,  A.,  Maquereau  Point:    salary,   13   m.,  $737.75;    cost   of  living  bonus, 

$135  

Beck,  A.,  Cape  d'Espoir:  salary,  13  m.,  $705.77;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69.80. 
Bergeron,  J.  R.,  Aniticosti  N.  Point:  salary,  $1,710;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180.. 
Bergeron,  L.,  Cape  Dogs:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,820;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180... 
Bouchard,  J.  D.,  Cape  Salmon:    salary,   13   m.,   $1,820;    cost   of  living   bonus, 

$180 

Boudreau,  L.,  Maisonnette,  salary,  13  m 

Boudreault,  C.,  He  au  Marteau:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,820;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180. . 

Bouliane,  J.  E.,  Pointe  Noire,  salary,  13  m 

Bourdage,  P.,  Bonaveniture  Point,  salary 

Bourgetj    C,   Cape    d'Espoir:    salary,    13    m.,    $1,114.23;    cost    of    living    bonus, 

$110.20 

Bourget,  P.,  Perce,  salary,  13  m 

Brune,  C.  R.,  Goose  Lake,  salary,  13  m 

Bujold,  L.,  Carleton:  salary,  13  m.,  $664;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 

Caron,  E.,  Little  Metis:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,885;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Chouinard,  E.,  Egg  Island:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,007.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135.. 

Cormier,    W.    M.,    Pokesudic,    salary,    13    m 

Cote,  J.  N.,  Cape  Des  Rosiers:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,885;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180. 

Cote,  L.,  Cape  Chat:   salary,  13  m.,  $1,885;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Cotton,  G.,  Point  Peter:  salary,  13  m.,  $949;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 

Delisle,  J.  H.,  Bagot  Bluff:   salary,  $1,710;    cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Desmeules,  H.,  Seven  Islands:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,885;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180.. 

Dube,  L.,  Brandy  Pots:    salary,  $817.50;    cost   of  living  bonus,   $135 

Duchesneau,  A.,  Table  Head:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,820;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Dupuis,   F.,  Bellechasse:   salary,  $742.50;    cost   of  living   bonus,   $135 

Fafard,  V.,  Pointe  des  Monts:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,885;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180. 

Ferland,  N.,  St.  Patronille,  salary,  13  m 

Fournier,  G.,  Upper  Traverse:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,839;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $is6. . 
Fraser,  P.  T.,  Red  Islet:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,300;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180.... 
Giasson,   J.,   Algernon   Rock   and   Stone    Pillar:    salary,   $1,440;    cost    of   living 

bonus,  $180 

Godbout,  J.,  St.  Lambert,  salary \\\\ 

Heppell,  E.,  Bicquette  Island:  salary,  $570;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $56.25  ....... .' 

Hubert,  C,  Heath  Point:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,820;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 

Landry,  D.,  Little  Natashkwan  Harb.,  salary,   13  m 

Landry,  W.,  Natashkwan  Point:   salary,   13  m.,  $812.50;    cost  of  living  bonus, 

$135  ' 

Lanteigne,  G.,  Caraquet  Island,  salary,  13  m \' 

Lapointe,  G.  J.,  Heron  Island,  salary,  13  m 

Laprise,   E.,  Bicquett  Island:    salary,  $1,552.42;    cost   of  living' bonus,  $166.33. 


795  00 

1,860  00 

1,665  00 

456  00 

2,355  00 

921  00 

1,326  00 

1,860  00 

861  00 

1,725  00 

848  08 

2,475  00 

1,920  00 

16,094  81 

3,240  00 

2,695  00 

1,084  00 

850  00 

872  75 

775  57 

1,890  00 

2,000  00 

2,000  00 

517  50 

2,000  00 

494  00 

367  50 

1,224  43 

476  50 

520  00 

799  00 

2,065  00 

1,142  50 

494  00 

2,065  00 

2,065  00 

1,084  00 

1,890  00 

2,065  00 

952  50 

2,000  00 

877  50 

2,065  00 

455  00 

2,019  00 

1,480  00 

1,620  00 

317  33 

626  25 

2,000  00 

494  00 

947  50 

520  00 

412  50 

1,718  75 

0—46  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers — Continued  $       cts. 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Suite 

Quebec  District — Concluded — District  de  Quebec — Fin 

Laverdier,  A.,  St.  Jean,  salary,  13  m 520  00 

Lavoie,  A.,  Cap  Brule:  salary,  $757.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 892  50 

Lavoie,  V.,  Hospital  Rock,  salary,  13  m 520  00 

Lebel,  Mrs.  A.,  lies  de  Mai,  salary,  13  m 470  00 

Leclerc,  A.,  Grande  Isle  Kamouraska:  salary,  13  m.,  $910;  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$135    1.045  00 

Lemieux,  L.  C,  Anticosti,  S.W.  Point,  salary 720  00 

Lemieux,  Z.,  Anticosti  S.W.  Point:  salary,  $810;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 990  00 

Lindsay,  R.  W.,  Green  Island:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,755;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180..  1,935  00 
L'ltalien,  J.,  Riviere  a  la  Martre:   salary,  13  m.,  $1,885;   cost  of  living  bonus, 

$180    2,065  00 

Loisel,  J..  Paspebiac,  salary,  13  m 494  00 

McNeil,  H.,  Douglas  Island  &  Ry.  Wharf:  salary,  13  m.,  $812.50;  cost  of  living 

bonus,  $135  947  50 

Mailloux,  G.,  Capau   Corbeau  Rge.:   salary,  $570;    cost   of  living  bonus,  $135, 

arrears,  1922-23,  $29.76    734  76 

Malouin,  L.,  Anticosti  W.  Point:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Morin,  H.,  Long  Pilgrim:  salary,  13  m.,  $910;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,045  00 

Otis,  A.,  Ste.  Felicite:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,300;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,480  00 

Pelletier,  R.,  Cap  aux  Oies:  salary,  $606;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 741  00 

Perreault,  E.,  Moisie  Range,  salary,   13  m 381  50 

Riley,  A.  C,  Charlton  Point:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,735;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180...  1,915  00 

Roherty,  J.  A.,  Little  Belledune,  salary,  13  m 520  00 

Sasseville,  J.  F.,  Cape  Magdalen:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,400;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180  1,580  00 

Sasseville,  Mrs.  J.  F.,  Cape  Magdalen,  salary 375  00 

Smith,  J.,  Cape  Gaspe:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,755;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1.935  00 

Stever,  L.,  Bathurst,  salary 367  50 

Tremblav,  R.,  Portneuf  en  Bas:   salary,   13  m.,  $812.50;   cost   of  living  bonus, 

$135  947  50 

Vezina,  D.,  Crane  Island:  salary,  13  m.,  $715;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 850  00 

Vigneault,  H.,  Perroquet  Island:    salary,   13  m.,  $1,885;    cost   of   living    bonus, 

$180  2.065  00 

Ward,  J.  A.,  Misccu  Island:  salary,  13  m.,  $1,820;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180....  2,000  00 

Wyatt,  T.  M.,  Father  Point:  salary,  13  m.,  $2,470;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225. . . .  2,695  00 

Salaries  under  $300  (141)    19,113  27 

Montreal  District— District   de  Montreal   ($37,085.58) 

Weir,  J.  D.,  Inspector,  salary 3,240  00 

Arbour,  0.,  Pte-du-Lac   (front),  $480;  Beauchamp,  M.,  Way  Channel,  Besser's 

Crossing,  $420   900  00 

Beland,  D.,   Lake   St.  Peter  Centre,   $442.50;    Beland,   J.   H.,   Lake   St.   Peter 

(back) ,  $480  922  50 

Bergeron,  N.,  lies  aux  Sables:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Boucher,  L.,  He  au  Raisin,  $427.50;  Cantara,  E.,  lies  des  Barque,  $334.83 762  33 

Giguire,  J.  B.,  Mousseau,  $420;  Labrosse,  A.,  Pte.  aux  Anglois,  $420 840  00 

Lacharite,  F.,  Lake  St.  Peter  (back),  $385;  Lang,  P.,  Nicolet  Rge.,  $367.50 752  50 

McGee,  J.,  Ash  and  Bloody  Island,  $382.50;   Malo,  J.  B.,  Lachine  and  Range, 

$420  802  50 

Manseau,  J.  B.  R.,  Port  St.  Francis,  $450;  Paradis,  N.,  Portneuf,  $480 930  00 

Tessier,  Z.,  La  Perade  Range    412  50 

Salaries  under  $300  (185)  $26,644.25;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $84 26,728  25 

Prescott  District — District   de   Prescott   ($30,412.24) 

Benn,  M.,  Telegraph  Island,  salary 420  00 

Carson,  S.  C,  Point  Pleasant:  salary,  $394.17;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $80.62.' 474  79 

Cornwall,  F.  T.,  Presqu'ile:  salary,  $651.43;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69.80 721  23 

Davis,  J.  H.  Pigeon  Island:  salary,  $966;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,101  00 

Ferris,  T.,  Burnt  Island,  $480;  Gillespie,  W.,  Wolf  Island,  $420 900  00 

Glover,  T.,  Gananoque  Narrows,  Jackstraw  Shoal:   salary,  $660;  cost  of  living 

bonus,   $135    795  00 

Gummow,  G.,  Cobourg:  salary,  $1,200;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,380  00 

Hodge,  D.,  Sole  Shoal  (front),  salary 480  00 


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Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers — Continued  $      cts. 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Suite 

Prescott  District— Concluded— District  de  Prescott—Fm 

Houston,  L.,  Port  Dalhousie:  salary,  $1,620;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,800  00 

Hudgins,  G.  E.,  False  Ducks:  salary,  $980;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $105 1,085  00 

Hudgins,  W.  J.,  South  Bay  Point,  salary 420  00 

Kirby,  J.  J.,  Point  Peter:  salary,  $1,425 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $171 1,596  00 

Larder,  J.,  Toronto  West  Gap:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Lundy,  T.,  Burlington  Beach:  salary,  $1,200;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,3S0  00 

McColl,  W.,  Presqu'ile  Fog  Alarm:  salary,  $1,028.57;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $110.20  1,138  77 

McKelvie,  G.,  Toronto  East  Gap:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180....  1,920  00 

McLagan,  J.,  Brighton:   salary,  $387.50;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $78.75 466  25 

McMillan,  J.  W.,  Niagara:  salary,  $1,620;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,800  00 

Meggs,  A.,  Spectacle  3hoal,  Red  Horse  Rock:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$135  795  00 

Munroe,  J.  J.,  Lancaster:'  salary,  $786 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Shannon,  W.,  Knight's  Point:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975,  00 

Sudds,  C.  V.,  Sniake  Island,  salary 456  00 

Thomas,  W.  E.,  Main  Duck  Island:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180...  1.860  00 

Truesdell,  A.,  Lindoe  Island,  $480;  Try  on,  A.,  Centre  Brothers,  $420 900  00 

Veech,  S.  P.,  Nine  Mile  Point:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Weir,   J.   C,   Belleville,   salary 360  00 

Salaries  under  $300   (16)   $3,435.58;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $140.62 3,576  20 

Parry  Sound  District— District  de  Parry  Sound  ($111,12578) 

Arthurs,  J.  N.,  Inspector,  salary 3,240  00 

Alexander,  A.,  Lamb  Island:  salary,  $966;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,101  00 

Augustine,  R.  L.,  Point  Albino:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Baker,  H.  F.,  Clapperton  Island:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135.. 831  00 

Baxter,  W.  J.  Brebeuf :  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Beatty,  C.  W.,  McNicoll,  salary 412  50 

Birch,  Wm,  Wilson  Channel:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Black,  W.  H.,  Kingsville,  salary 306  00 

Bottrell,  D.,  Snug  Harbour:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Bousquet,  J.,  Welcome  Island:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Bowie,  T.  W.,  Nottawasaga:  salary,  $805;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $112.50 917  50 

Boyle.  W.  C,  Great  Duck  Island:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Brown,  A.,  Red  Rock:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus;,  $180 1,920  00 

Brown,  G.  W.,  Port  Arthur:  salary,  $718.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 853  50 

Brucklebank,  P.  J.,  Shoal  Island,  salary 478  50 

Burke,  J.  H.,  Killarney:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Butler,  S.  L.,  Port  Dover:   salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Cartier,  H.  J.,  Thames  River:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

Chapman,  J.  C,  New  Liskeard,  salary 420  00 

Chapman,  Wm,  Cape  Croker:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Clark,  A.,  Mississagi  Island:  ©alary,  $765;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 900  00 

Claus,  J.,  Rondeau  Beacon:  salary,  $881 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,016  00 

Columbus,  C,  Whiskey  Isd.  and  Penetanguishene :  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living 

bonus,  $135    795  00 

Cook,  S.  B.,  Long  Point:  salary,  $1,800;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,980  00 

Coveney,  D.  E.,  Peninsula  Hart).:  salary,  $943.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,078  50 

Davieaux,  C,  Davieaux  Island:  salary,  $1,620;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,800  00 

Dieter,  C,  Narrow  Island:  salary,  $658.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 793  50 

Dixon,  J.  H.,  Western  Island:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Ellis,  T.  E.,  Providence  Bay,  $516;  Ernes,  M.,  Fox  Island,  $420 936  00 

Foster,  R.,  Mohawk  Island:  salary,  $859.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 994  50 

Fowler,  F.,  Badgley  Island:  salary,  $802.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 937  50 

Grant,  Mrs.  J.,  Port  Maitland:  salary,  $810;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $90 900  00 

Grant,  W.  A.,  Mississagi  Strait:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Griffith,  A.  H.,  Giant's  Tomb:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Hackett,  C.  R.,  Bois  Blanc :  salary,  $840 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

Hansen,  O.,  Point  au  Baril:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Harvey,  Mrs.  E.,  Thessalon:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Hicks,  J.,  Striibbing  Point,  salary 420  00 

Irwin,  Geo.,  Port  Colborne:  salary,  $1,790 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,970  00 

Jondreau,  T.,  West  Sister  Rock:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 


O— 48  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers — Continued  $       cts. 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Suite 

Parry  Sound  District — Concluded — District  de  Parry  Sound — Fin 

Kelly,  W.  H.,  Livingstone  Channel,  salary 516  00 

Kennedy,  J.  W.,  Caribou  Island:  salary,  $2,130;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,355  00 

Klippert,  J.,  Chantry  Island:  salary,  $930;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

Knapp,  J.  B.,  Colchester  Reef:  salary,  $1,716;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,896  00 

Knight,  W.,  Lyal  Island:  salary,  $930;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,065  00 

Lamondin,  C,  Byng  Inlet:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Leslie,  J.  A.,  Cove  Island:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Lewis,  R.,  Gore  Bay :  salary,  $717 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 852  00 

Lockwood,  C.  D.,  State  Island:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Loosemore,  H.  A.,  Lonely  Island:  salary,  $1,656;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,836  00 

McDonald,  B.,  Goderich :  salary,  $651.43 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69.84 721  27 

McDonald,  N.,  Stokes  Bay:  salary,  $637.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 772  50 

McGuinness,  A.,  Shaganash:  salary,  $555.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $123.75 679  25 

McKay,  Ed.,  Porphyry  Point:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

McKenzie,  Wm,  Little  Current:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

McKinnon,  A.,  Point  aux  Pins:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

McKinnon,  J.  D.,  Parisian  Island:  salary,  $1,605;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,785  00 

MoLachlan,  G.,  Otter  Head:  salary,  $1,650;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,830  00 

McNeish,  J.,  McKay  Island:  salary,  $360;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Martin,  Mrs.  E.,  Boyd  Island:  salary,  $718;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 853  00 

Martindale,  L.,  Carbot  Head,  Wingfield  Basin  Rge.:  salary,  $1,790;  cost  of  living 

bonus,  $180 1,970  00 

Miron,  C,  Gargantua:  salary,  $1,026;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,161  00 

Miron,  J.  T.,  Michipicoten  Harb.:  salary,  $621 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 756  00 

Morris,  F.,  Sulphur  Island:  salary,  $507.18;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $120.12 627  30 

Mountnay,  D.,  Bustard  Rocks:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Murray,  A.,  Thunder  Cape:  salary,  $1,605;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,785  00 

Nicholson,  R.,  Cecebe  Lake,  salary 420  00 

Oliver,  J.  L.,  Port  Stanley  Beacon:  salary,  $890;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,025  00 

Ouelilette,  J.,  Pelee  Passage:  salary,  $2,580;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,805  00 

Petitipiece,   S.,  Limekiln  Crossing,  salary 480  00 

Ray,  G.  H.,  Point  Clark :  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

Reil,  Wm.,  Corbeil  Point:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Robinson,  N.,  Goderich  Beacon:  salary,  $1,078^57;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $110.16..  1,188  73 
Sherlock,  Mrs.  W.,  Michipicoten  Isd.,  E.  N.:  salary.  $966;  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$135 1,101  00 

Sinclair,  F.  J.,  Cape  Robert:  salary,  $545.73;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $121.57 667  30 

Smith,  J.  H.,  Tobermory,  salary 456  00 

Smith,  R.,  Strawberry  Island:  salary,  $658.50;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 793  50 

Spears,  W.  J.,  Flowerpot  Island1:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Splatt,  F.  E.,  Port  Maitland:  salary,  $810;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $90 '900  00 

Sutherland,  J.,  Port  Burwell  Beacon:  salary,  $1,670;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180..  1,850  00 

Sutherland,  M.,  Battle  Island:  salary,  $1,710;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,890  00 

Sutton,  J.,  Victoria  Island:  salary,  $778.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 913  50 

Temple,  W.  G.,  Kincardine:  salary,  $840;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 975  00 

Thornley,  F.  W.,  Griffith  Island:  salary,  $545.83;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $93.75 639  58 

Wallace,  W.  B.,  Hope  Island:  salary,  $1,740;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,920  00 

Wilde,  J.,  CollingwoodJ:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Williams,  T.,  Midland  Point,  $420;  Young,  R.  A.,  French  River,  $412.50 832  50 

Salaries  under  $300  (56)  $9,108.54 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $50.81 9459  35 

Kenora  District — District  de  Kenora,  ($2,055.81) 

Boucha,  A.,  Bishop's  Bay,  $365.81 ;  Boucha,  W.  H.,  Squaw  Island,  $420 785  81 

Morriseau,  J.  M.,  Ferris  Island,  $420;  O'Connor,  P.,  Rainy  River,  $480 900  00 

Rickliffe,  W.,  Tomahawk  Isd.,  $330;  salary  under  $300  (1)  $40 370  00 

Selkirk  District— District  de  Selkirk,   ($5,489) 

Anderson,  A.  M.,  Cox's  Reef:  salary,  $711 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 846  00  . 

Arrason,  E.,  George  Island:  salary,  $786;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 921  00 

Fieldsted,  T.,  Gull  Harbour,  salary 456  00 

Hughes,  W.,  Red  River:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

McDonald,  H.,  Warren  Landing:  salary,  $750;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 885  00 

McLennan,  J.  A.,  Black  Bear  Isd.,  $516;  Wright,  Wm.,  Winnipegosis,  $480 996  00 

Salaries  under  $300  (3) 500  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 49 

Salaries  and  Allowances  of  Lightkeepers— Concluded  $       cts. 
Salaires  et  bonis  des  gardiens  de  phares — Fin 

Prince  Rupert  District— District  de  Prince-Rupert,  ($19,249.50) 

Armstrong,  G.  T.,  Langara :  salary,  $2,700,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,925  00 

Carpenter,  C,  Dryad  Point,  salary 517  50 

Codville,  B.  J.,  Pointer  Island:  salary,  $967.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,102  50 

Greenwood,  H.,  Triple  Island:  salary,  $1,560;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,740  00 

Lawrence,  S.  F.,  Cape  St.  James:  salary,  $1,575;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,755  00 

Lineham,  W.  J.,  Lawyer  Island:  salary,  $975;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,155  00 

Lock,  H.  A.,  Lucy  Island:  salary,  $756;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 891  00 

Milton,  J.,  Barrett  Rock:  salary,  $1,200 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,380  00 

Moran,  A.,  Egg  Island:  salary,  $1,575;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,755  00 

Moran,  J.,  Green  Island:  salary,  $1,717.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,897  50 

Richardson,  H.,  Ivory  Island:  salary,  $1,350;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,530  00 

Rodman,  D.,  Holland  Rock:  salary,  $990;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,170  00 

Smith,  Mrs.  E.  M.,  Addenbrooke:  salary,  $696;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 831  00 

Weah,  H.,  Massett  Range,  $480;  salary  under  $300  (1)  $120  (H.  0.  Crewe)....  600  00 

British  Columbia  District — District  de  la  Colombie-Britannique,  ($58,718.10) 

Halkett,  G.,  inspector,  salary 3,240  00 

Allison,  F.  F.,  Porlier  Pass:  salary,  $967.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,102  50 

Arden,  E.  T.,  Sheringham  Point:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Aro,  T.,  Pultenay  Point,  $607.50;  Chalmers,  J.,  Bare  Point,  $330 937  50 

Couldlrey,  G.  A.,  Yellow  Island:  salary,  $1,200;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,380  00 

Cox,  P.  G.,  Cape  Beale:  salary,  $1,590;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,770  00 

Croft,  Mrs.  M.  A.,  Discovery  Island:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180..  1,860  00 

Davis,  J.  W.,  Carmanah:  salary,  $1,787.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $165 1,952  50 

Dickinson,  A.,  Quatsino:  salary,  $1,087.45;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $148.91 1,238  36 

Forsyth,  J.,  Race  Rocks:  salary,  $1,950;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 2,130  00 

Franklin,  W.  T.,  Merry  Island:  salary,  $787.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 922  50 

Georgeson,  P.,  Saturna  Island:  salary,  $795;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 930  00 

Gordon,  A.,  Pachena:  salary.  $780;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $75 855  00 

Gosse,  J.,  Fisgard:  salary,  $660;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 795  00 

Grafton,  T.  D.,  Point  Atkinson:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $180 1,860  00 

Grove,  J.,  Prospect  Point:  salary,  $817.50;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 952  50 

Gurney,  A.  B.,  Active  Pass:  salary,  $1,590;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,770  00 

Harris,  G.  A.,  First  Narrows:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Hunt,  W.,  Scarlett  Point:  salary,  $1,350;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,530  00 

Hunting,  J.  A.,  Pachena:  salary,  $1,497.10;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $143.95 1,641  05 

Jones,  W.  D.,  Brockton  Point,  salary 607  50 

Lally,  R.  M.,  Pine  Island:  salary,  $1,575;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,755  00 

McMaster,  R.  R.,  Kootenay  Ranges,  salary 360  00 

McNab,  T.  A.,  Sisters:  salary,  $928.96;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $159.83 1,088  79 

McNeill,  D.  H.,  Fiddle  Reef:  salary,  $967.44;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,102  44 

McPhee,  D.  B.,  Lennard  Island:  salary,  $2,700;  cost  of  living  bonus.  $225 2,925  00 

Marks,  A.,  Nootka  Light:  salary,  $966 ;  cost  of* living  bonus,  $135. 1,101  00 

O'Brien,  D.,  Entrance  Island:  salary,  $1,530;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,710  00 

O'Brien,  M.,  Sandheads  Lightship:  salary,  $3,240;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 3,465  00 

O'Kell,  H.,  Trial  Island:  salary,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,860  00 

Parker,  A.  A.,  Fraser  River,  Garry  Point,  salary 570  00 

Pettingell,  J.  E.,  Ballenas:  salary,  $444.13;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $83.27 527  40 

Pike,  P.  C,  Estevan  Point:  salary,  $2,370;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $225 2,595  00 

Quinn,  R.,  Proctor  Range:  salary,  $780;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 915  00 

Smith,  H.  T.  W.,  Cape  Mudge:  salary,  $1,350;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $180 1,530  00 

Smithman,  H.  H.,  Ballenas:  salary,  $425 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $75 500  00 

Watson,  G.  A.,  Portlock  Point:  salary,  $967.50;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $135 1,102  50 

Salaries  under  $300  (30)  $4,346.54 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $72.02 4,418  56 

General  Account — Compte  general 

Expenses  in  connection  with  investigation  of  lightkeepers  under  Inquiries  Act: 
Commissioners  fees,  travel,  outlay,  A.  F.  Forbes,  North  Sydney,  $158.25; 
J.  A.  Nadeau,  Quebec,  $452.27;  D.  E.  Shaw,  Charlottetown,  $184.85;  B.  W. 

Tanton  &  S.  R.  Burke,  Summerside,  $53.90  (see  correspondence) 849  27 

T          >«.         ,         t.      .  •  681,357  61 

LrESS — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 54,193  54 

Total    627,164  07 

1— 4o 


O— 50  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares  $       cts. 

Summary — Sommaire 

Nova  Scotia  District (Page  O— 50)  157, 116  41 

Prince  Edward  Island  District (Page  0—51)  60,742  89 

New  Brunswick  District (Page  0—53)  119,910  13 

Quebec  District (Page  0—54)  162,822  33 

Montreal  District '. (Page  0—55)  59,407  03 

Prescott  District (Page  0—56)  17,812  40 

Parry  Sound  District (Page  0—56)  94,476  36 

Kenora  District (Page  0—58)  2, 182  97 

Selkirk  District (Page  0—58)  1 ,288  04 

British  Columbia  District (Page  0—58)  45,722  02 

Prince  Rupert  District (Page  0—59)  23,368  61 

General  Account (Page  O— 60)  4,577  05 

Total 749,426  24 


Nova  Scotia  District — District  de  la  Nouvelle-Ecosse 

Advertising   in   various   newspapers    132  30 

Austen  Bros.,  Ltd.,  Halifax:  leather  belting,  292  ft.  (1  in.  to  5  in.)  at  17c.  to 
$1.92.  $228.27;  w.i.  pipe,  1.1434  ft.  (i  in.  to  2  in.)  at  $4.61  to  $23.59  per  C, 
$288.63;  globe  valves.  6.  $24.34;  sundries,  $331.96 873  20 

Bowser,  Angus,  Dartmouth:  bran,  54  bags  at  $1.60  to  $1.80,  $91,  3  t.  at  $33.50; 
hay,  23.415  t.  at  $16.50  to  $20,  $402.01;  calf  meal,  16  bags  at  $4.25;  middlings, 
1  bag.  $1.90,  4  t.  at  835.50;  oats,  8  bags  at  $2.15,  510  bu.  at  60c.  to  73c, 
$330.90;    sundries,    $1.90    1,155  41 

Brandram-Henderson,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  lighthouse  white  paint,  400  gal.  at  $3.03; 

red  roof  paint,  125  gal.  at  $1.72;  less  discount,  $28.54 1,398  46 

Canada  Carbide  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal :  carbide,  80,040  lb.  at  $91.55  t. . . . . 3,663  83 

Canadian  Explosives  Ltd.,  Halifax:  signal  bombs,  12,096  at  18c;  electric  blast- 
ing caps,  12,000  at  $6.16i  C 2,917  08 

Canadian  Liquid  Air  Co.,  Ltd.,  Halifax:    acetylene,  20,431  cu.  ft.  at  $2.50  C; 

oxygen,  10„360  cu.  ft.  at  $1.70  C ;  sundries,  $85.58 772  49 

Dartmouth,  town  of:   water  rates,  $482.65 ;   sundries,  $35.60 518  25 

Dartmouth  Lumber  Co.,  Ltd..  Dartmouth:  spruce,  8.591  ft.  at  $29  to  $55  M, 
$328.90;  flooring,  1,030  ft.  at  $50  to  $52.50  M,  $51.88;  cement,  46  bags  at 
$1.05 ;  cedar  posts,  85  at  $1.25 ;  sundries,  $125.32 660  65 

Davison,  Parker  Co.,  Ltd.,  Halifax:  cement,  97  bags  at  $1;  shingles,  4  squares 
at  $10,  19  M  at  $5  to  $6.50,  $115;  spruce,  8,392  ft.  at  $28  to  $60  M,  $304.52; 
sundries,  $137.04    693  56 

Dominion  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  Sydney:  coal,  at  $13.40  per  ton,  $6,807.33;  sundries,  $5.         6,812  33 

Harvey,  C.  H.,  agent,  and  J.  McL.  Fraser,  accountant,  Halifax,  disbursements: 
bull,  $40;  cows,  4  at  $80;  duty,  $85.11;  ferriage,  $103.69;  freight  and  express, 
$608.26;  inspection  of  Halifax  Lightship,  $55;  electric  light,  $873.70;  taxi 
hire,  $43;  truckage.  $1,069.93;  stamps,  $85.02;  travelling  expenses  of  Agency 
officials— F.  L,  Fultz,  $276.24.  C.  H.  Harvey,  $18.55;  P.  C.  Johnson,  $533.30, 
C.  A.  McDonald,  $380.32,  E.  R.  Morrison,  $77.70,  V.Mullins,  $18.10;  sundries, 
$182.72;  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue,  1924-25,  $1.80 4,772  44 

Hillis  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  Halifax:  oil  cans,  100  (1  qt.),  $10.67,  143  (£  gal.),  $21.55, 
350  (1  gal),  $71.19;  Quebec  heater,  $18;  stove  parts,  $178.89;  pipe,  250 
joints,  $59.90;  ranges,  3,  $209;  slightly  used  ranges,  2,  $60;  sundries,  $46.90..  676  10 

Howards  Ltd.,  Halifax:  canned  beef,  6  cs.,  $27.80;  beef,  9  brls.  at  $21;  mixed 
biscuits,  268  lb.,  $51.29;  flour,  20  brl.  at  $6.75,  7  brl.  at  $8.25;  lard,  100  lb. 
at  16ic  240  lb.  at  17c;  sugar,  1,303  lb.  at  $10.30  cwt.,  3  bags  at  $10.10; 
mess  pork,  4  brl.  at  $30.50;  sundries,  $725.40 1,530  05 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.,  Halifax:  engine  oil.  1,038^  gal.  at  51|c;  machine  oil,  636 
gal.  at  36fc;  royalite  oil,  92,463  gal.  at  21c.  3,114^  gal.  at  22c,  43  gal.  at 
23c;  gasolene,  l,154i  gal.  at  25c  to  27c,  $310.39;  wood  barrels,  2,388  at 
$5;  steel  barrels,  15  at  $3 ;  sundry,  $35.42 33,289  34 

Isnor.   Gordon  B.,  Halifax:    double   breasted  uniforms,   18   at  $21.50;    sundries, 

$143.50    530  50 

Labrecque  &  Carette,  Quebec:  coal,  105.6  t.  at  $8.50;  bags  and  bagging,  $137.27.  1,034  86 

Maritime  Telegranh  &  Telephone  Co..  Ltd.,  Halifax:  exchange  service,  10  m. 
to  Jan.  31,  1924,  $385.80,  9  m.  to  Dec  31,  1923,  $68.40,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924,  $257.51;   additional  messages,  $223.44;   tolls,  $48.71;   sundries,  $14....  997  86 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—51 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Continued  $       cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

Nova  Scotia  District — Concluded — District  de  la  Nouvelle-Ecosse — Fin 

Nova  Steel  &  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  North  Sydney :  coal  at  $13.40  per  t 916  50 

People's  Gas  Supply  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  acetylene  purifier,  4,000  lbs.  at  $15.98  cwt.  639  20 

Reardon,  Frank,  Ltd.,  Halifax:  glass,  641  Its.  (8  in.  x  11  in.  to  14^  in  x  21  in.), 
$75.70,    100   ft.,   $21.40;    paint,   375|   gal.,    $1,050.63;    varnish,    13    gal.,   $57; 

turpentine  at  $1.75  per  gal.,  $284.37 ;  sundries,  $36.06 1,525  16 

Ritcey,  M.  J.,  Halifax:  pilot  biscuit,  3,361  lb.  at  Hie  or  ll£c,  $378.30;  carna- 
tion milk,   15  cs.,  $84.45;    pork,  4  half-brl.  at   $17.25;    granulated  sugar,   11 

bags,    $117.50;    sundries,    $484.98 1,134  23 

Robertson,  Wm.,  &  Son,  Halifax:  axes,  9%  doz.,  $51.75;  single  and  double 
blocks,  40,  $92.40;  fog  horn,  $70;  galvanized  iron,  804  lbs.  at  $7.30  cwt.,  1,295 
lb.  at  $7.55;  angle  iron,  2,471  lb.,  $166.51;  round  iron,  6,561  lb.,  $212.16;  c.  b. 
lanterns,  4^  doz.,  $50.90;  ladders,  285  ft.  at  20c;  nails,  10  kegs,  $53.15; 
oars,  60  pr.,  $92;  paint,  16  gal.,  $52.10;  steel  plate,  2,675  lb.,  $152.88;  cast 
steel,  668  lb.,  $124.99;   mild  stee^  10,693  lb.,  $549.64;    sundries,  $1,213.19..         3,095  13 

Salter's,  Joseph  Sons,  North  Sydney :  coal,  at  $13.40  per  ton 6,350  17 

Simon,  J.,  Halifax:  chain  and  shackles,  121.928  lbs.  at  5|c;  empty  bags,  20,200 

at  5c. ;  hire  of  tug,  $75 ;  sundries,  $23.50 8,119  36 

Wilson,  J.  L.  &  Co.  Ltd..  Halifax:  beef,  4  brl.  at  $19.25;  flour,  2  bags,  $8.25; 
20  brl.  at  $7.75;  pork,  8  halif  brl.  at  $18,  3  brl.  at  $32;  surprise  soap,  15 
boxes  at  $6.75;    Lennox  soap,  45  boxes  at  $3.60;    sugar,  6   bags   at  $9.75, 

3,257  lb.  at  $10  cwt.;  tea,  125  lb.  at  57c. ;  sundries,  $524.06 1,723  01 

Young,  Geo.  H.,  Dartmouth:  repairs  to  Halifax  lightship  according  to  contract.         1,200  00 
Accounts  under  $500:  dry  goods,  $421;  fuel,  $1,384.59;  hardware,  $2,630.21;  labour, 
$259.26;  lumber,  $872.31;  paint,  $561.25;  provisions,  $3,177.52;  miscellaneous, 

$10,298.86 19,605  00 

Care  of  buoys  at  various  places,  salaries  of  caretakers 9,833  57 

Labour  at  Marine  Depot,  Dartmouth,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $58,255.76,  cost 

of    living    bonus,    $2,002.55 60,258  31 

Wages  of  officers  and  crew  of  Halifax  lightship,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924 14,360  10 

Inspectors,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  A.  MoLellan,  gas  buoys,  $1,560,  cost  of 
'living  bonus,  $202,  C.  A.  McDonald,  fog  alarms.  $1,620,  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$162 3,544  00 

Foreman  mechanic  marine  signals,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  F.  L.  Fultz,  $1,440, 

cost    of    living    bonus,    $261 1,701  00 

Sundry  labour  at   various  lights 1,155  70 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $4.65,  stationery, 

$104.93    109  58 

Detailed  under: — Construction  of  Lighthouses,  $1,859.57,  Dominion  Steamers, 
$793.93,  Hydrographic  Survey,  $40,  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $88.99,  Sorel 
Shipyard,  $139.97 2,922  46 


200,621  19 


Less  charged; — to  Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies,  $21.36;  Construction  of 
Lighthouses,  $12,309.57,  Dominion  Steamers,  $10,055.37,  Hydrographic  Sur- 
veys, $128.91,  Life  Saving  Service,  $51.16,  Meteorological  Service,  $5.40, 
Radiotelegraph  Service,  $416.47,  Signal  Service,  $459.40,  Provisional  Bonus 
Allowance,  $2,627.55;  coal  supplied  to  lightkeepers,  $1,675.62,  sale  of  Sable 
island  ponies,  $824.25,  sale  of  stores,  $3,545.07,  sale  of  empty  barrels, 
$11,313.50;  services  to  various  vessels,  $71.15 43,504  78 


Total 157,116  41 


Prince  Edward  Island  District — District  de  Vile  du  Prince- Edouard 

Advertising  in  various  newspapers 7  20 

Buntain,  Bell  &  Co.,  Charlottetown :  soft  coal,  205.035  tons,  $1,855.80;  hard  coal, 

15.005  tons  at  $17;  sundry,  $1.25 2,112  14 

Canada  Carbide  Co.,  Shawinigan,  buoy  carbide,  10.04  tons 988  99 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Montreal,  sundry  engine  parts 668  66 

l— 4£o 


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Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses— Continued  $      cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

Prince  Edward  Island  District— Concluded— District  de  Vile  du  Prince-Edouard— 

Fin 
Charlottetown   Hospital,    Charlottetown,   medical    treatment   of   2    lightkeepers 

Birds'  Rock  lightstation,  414  d.  at  $2.50 .'         1  035  00 

Fennell  &  Chandler,  Charlottetown:  paint  brushes,  15i  doz.,  $87.30;  nails,  10  kegs, 

$46.35 ;   stoves,  8,  $235.75 ;    sundry  hardware,  $533 '  902  40 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.:  gasoline,  959i  gal.  at  27c,  307  gal.  at  26c;  royalite '  oil, 
46,958i  gal.,  $10,051.45;  steel  barrels,  80  at  $8;  wooden  barrels,  1,070  at 
$5;    sundry,   $81.48;    less    discount,   $2.07 16,459  76 

Jamieson,  R.  C.  &  Co.,  Montreal:  white  paint,  500  gal  at  $3.02;  less  discount, 

$30.20 1,479  80 

Pickard,  A.  &  Co.,  Charlottetown:  coal,  39.275  tons,  $495.85;  soft  wood,  14  cords 

at  $6.25 ;  cartage,  $5.60  588  95 

Poole,  L.  M.  &  Co.,  Charlottetown:  flooring,  827  ft.,  $57.88;  hemlock,  4,291  ft., 
$138.14;  spruce,  3,277  ft.,  $132.25;  shingles,  25f  M.  at  $6;  lime,  8  brl.  at 
$3.15 ;   sundry  lumber,  $33 540  97 

Rogers  Hardware  Co.,  Charlottetown:  buckets,  16f  doz.  at  $4.44;  drills,  3  sets, 
$32;  oil  cans,  82,  $73.80;  packing,  51*  lb.  at  $1;  raw  oil,  139  gal.  at  $1.15; 
sheet  rubber,  201  lb.  at  38c;  stoves,  2,  $77;  cotton  waste,  653  lb.  at  13c; 
sundry  hardware,   $278.22 907  64 

Salter's,  Joseph  Sons,  Sydney,  screened  coal,  208J  tons  at  $13 2,710  50 

Stanley,  Shaw  &  Pearden,  Charlottetown :  galvanized  pipe.  342J  ft.,  $71.95;  glass, 
509  panes,  $62.82;  nails,  22  kegs,  $121.65;  turpentine,  78.3  gal.  at  $2.30; 
sundry  hardware,  $258.90 695  41 

Stewart,  Bruce  &  Co.,  Charlottetown:  buoy  weights,  2,000  lb.  at  7c;  steel  and 
wooden  blocks,  38,  $93.30;  duck,  80  yd.,  $58;  labour,  repairing  buoys,  etc., 
132 h  hr.,  $140.41;  oars,  21  pr.,  $53.25;  paint  and  varnish,  141|  gal.,  $355.70; 
repairs  to  engine,  $40;  repairs  to  gas  buoys,  as  per  contract,  $616;  sundry 
hardware,  $427.88 1,924  54 

Taylor,  T.  G.,  agent,  and  L.  Wright,  accountant,  Charlottetown,  disbursements: 
cartage,  $467.10;  electric  current,  $101.55;  cleaning  offices,  $49;  freight  and 
express,  $572.20;  sundry  labour,  $793.71;  travelling  expenses  of  agency 
officials,  T.  H.  Phillips,  $706.19,  W.  H.  Prowse,  $428.75,  F.  Hobbs,  $215.95, 
J.  H.  Whitlock,  $110.85,  Ed.  Lavergne,  $37.90;  E.  E.  Clawson,  $27.36; 
sundries,  $207.63 3.718  19 

Accounts  under  $500:— cartage,  $1,052;  labour,  $957.47;  hardware,  $569.43; 
lumber,  $575.81 ;  paint,  $825.78;  water  supplied  Marine  Wharf,  $309.32;  miscel- 
laneous, $3,934.95 8,224  76 

Care  of  buoys  at  various  places,  salaries  of  caretakers 10,407  99 

Salaries  and  bonus,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  T.  H.  Phillips,  fog  alarm  inspector, 
salary,  $1,620,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $162;  F.  J.  Hobba,  foreman 
mechanic,  salary,  $1,350,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $279;  James  King, 
packer  and  helper,  salary,  $900,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  F.  S. 
Taylor,   wharf  patrolman,  salary,  $795,   provisional   bonus   allowance,   $315.         5,736  00 

Labour   at    Charlottetown   to    Mar.   31,    1924 3,456  27 

Sundry    labour    at    various    lights 403  23 

Public   Printing   and   Stationery   Dept.,    Ottawa:    printing,   $100.83;    stationery, 

$90.22    191  05 

Deltailed  under: — Construction  of  Lights,  $12,149.34;  Dominion  Steamers,  $541.21; 

Hydrographic  Survey,  $20 ;  Life  Saving  Service,  $3 12,713  55 

75,873  00 
Less — Sale  of  barrels,  $7,753.77,  other  material,  $339.17,  coal  supplied  to  light- 
keepers,  $1,065.80;  services  of  str.  Ostrea,  $5714;  charged  to:  Construction 
of  Lights,  $3,246.19;  Dominion  ■ Steamers,  $995.01;  Life  Saving  Service, 
$216.45;  Removal  of  Obstructions,  $212.13;  Hydrographic  Survey,  $141.64; 
Meteorological  Service,  $17;  Repairs  to  Wharves,  $13.76;  Tidal  Survey,  30c; 
Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies,  75c;  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $1,071.       15,130  11 

Total 60,742  89 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—53 


Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Continued  $      cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

New  Brunswick  District — District  du  Nouveau-Brunswick 

Advertising  in  sundry  newspapers 109  00 

Baker,  L.  E.  &  Company,  Yarmouth:  coal,   130.66  tons,  $1,874.29;    wharfage, 

Lurcher  Lightship,  $95 ;  water,  cartage,  etc.,  $44.05 2,013  34 

Brandram-Henderson,  Limited,  St.  John,  sundry  paint  supplies 1,553  60 

British  American  Oil  Company,  Montreal:  marine  engine  oil,  $685.64;   drums, 

$160 m  ^ 

Canada  Carbide  Company,  Limited,  Montreal,  carbide,  7.52  tons 728  69 

Canadian  Explosives  Limited,   Halifax:  electric   blasting   caps,   10,000,   $616.50; 

signal  bombs,   10,080,  $1,814.40 2,430  90 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Company,  St.  John:  battery  refills,  $239.76;  sundry 

engine  parts  and  repairs,  $1,095.16 1,334  92 

Canadian  Liquid  Air  Co.,  Limited,  Halifax:  acetylene,  25,683  cu.  ft.,  $640.44; 

acetone,  $6.80 ;    cartage,   $51.70 698  94 

Chesley,  J.  C,  agent,  and  C.  A.  Clark,  accountant,  disbursements:  freight  and 

express.  $997.37;  postage,  $80.50;  travel  and  expenses  of  officers,  $1,074.78; 

sundry  disbursements,  $234.18 2,386  83 

Christie    Woodworking    Company,    St.    John:  beaver    board,    $97.03;    lumber, 

$540.28-    shingles,    $267.40;    sundry    small    supplies,    $63.93;    freight,    $4.75; 

sales  tax,  72c 974  11 

Colwell  Fuel  Co.,  Ltd..  West  St.  John:  coal  at  $8.50  or  $9  per  ton,  $788.23;  bags, 

$  165 : 953  23 

Cumberland  Railway  &  Coal  Company,  Springhill:  coal  at  $7  or  $7.50  per  ton. .         7,994  93 

Day,  H.  N.,  Partridge  Island :  hauling  and  storing  coal 875  90 

Dominion  Coal  Company,  St.  John,  coal  at  $8.50  or  $9.25  per  ton 842  50 

Economic  Products  Limited,  Montreal:  marine  engine  oil,  $551.45;  barrels,  $100  651  45 

Hemeon,  M.  C,  Yarmouth:  repairs  to  Lurcher  Lightship,  $1,209;  sundry  repairs, 

$8.30 1,217  30 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  St.  John:  fuel  oil.  $5,661.39;  gasoline,  $664.02;  illuminating 

oil,  $3,406.02;  royalite  oil,  $6,504.31;  freight  and  small  supplies,  $140.86;  less 

empty  barrels  returned,   $1,629.70 14,746  90 

Killam  Brothers,  Yarmouth:  coal   at  $11    to   $16.75   per  ton,  $1,381.94;    water, 

storage,  etc.,  $157.02 1,538  96 

King,  Fred.   A.,   St.  John,  cartage 1,160  95 

McAvitv.   T.   &   Sons.   Limited.   St,  John:  paint,   $273.61;   galv.   pipe,   $134.51; 

sundry  hardware,  $979.69 ;  freight,  $3 1,390  81 

M'oColl  Bros.  Limited,  Montreal :  engine  oils,  1,419  gal.,  $830.11;   metal  polish, 

$11.50;  barrels,  $20 861  61 

McLaren.   D.   K.   Limited.  St.   John:  belting;,   $784.33;    sundry   small    supplies, 

$34.50 818  83 

Myer  Cohen  &  Company,  St.  John:  empty  bags,  $1,137.50;  iron  bars,  $225.38. ...  1,362  88 

National  Varnish  Company  of  Canada,  Limited,  Montreal:  paint  and  varnish 

supplies 848  60 

Sancton,  S.  Norman,  St.  John:  Lloyds  tested  middle  link  chain,  360  fathoms..         2,407  08 

Scarfe  &  Co.,  Brantford,  Ont.,  paint,  325  gal 859  50 

Union  Foundry   and   Machine   Works,   St.   John  West,  sundry   repairs,   labour 

and  material 771  73 

Accounts  under  $500:  boats  and  boat  supplies,  $306.97;   brooms   and  brushes, 

$482.49;   cartage,  $2,028.23;   clothing  and   dry  goods,  $640.50;   empty  bags, 

$670;  electrical  supplies,  $182.27;  electric  light  and  power,  $741.71;  hardware, 

including  engine  motor  and  buoy  parts,  $2,408.66;  building  supplies,  lumber, 

metal,  etc.,  $932.75;  paint  and  paper  supplies,  $397.11;  sundry  repairs,  labour 

and  material,  $3,553.17;  salving  buoys,  $302.50;  telephone  service,  $429.54; 

freight  and  postage,  $79.72 ;  sundry  expenditure,  $2,881.29 16,036  91 

Care  of  buoys  at  various  places,  salaries  of  caretakers 2,577  00 

Salaries  and  bonus  to   Mar.   31,   1924:  F.  J.   Lewis,   inspector  marine   signals, 

$1,560,  bonus,  $202;  mechanics,  marine  signals,  2,  $2,340,  bonus,  $369;  stores 

clerk,   $1,140.   bonus,   $315;   wharf   patrolmen,   $14,760.60,   bonus,   $4,405.20; 

stationary  engineers,  frostproof  warehouse,  $1,128;  carpenters,  labourers,  etc., 

$5,722.59 31,942  39 

Lurcher  Lightship,  wages  of  officers  and  crew.  $14,572.73;  board,  $3,286.10 17,858  83 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  printing  and  stationery 132  50 


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Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Continued  $      cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

New  Brunswick  District — Concluded — District  du  Nouveau-Brunswick — Fin 

Detailed  under:  Construction  of  Lights,  $21,765.61;  Dominion  Steamers,  $1,744.87; 
Life  Saving  Service,  $368.94;  Meteorological  Service,  $1.72;  Radio  telegraph 
Service,  $121.33;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $298.19 24,300  66 


145,227  42 

Less— Coal  supplied  lightkeepers,  $72;  sale  of  empties  and  stores,  $1,646.10; 
charged  to — Agencies,  Bents  and  Contingencies,  $9.34;  Construction  of  Lights, 
$9,077.10;  Dominion  Steamers,  $4,190.47;  Life  Saving  Service,  $4,595.79; 
Meteorological  Service,  $29.79;  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $103.95;  Removal  of 
Obstructions,  $100.42;  Repairs  to  Wharves,  $191.33;  Signal  Service,  $9.80; 
Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $5,291.20 25,317  29 

Total 119,910  13 

Quebec  District — District  de  Quebec 

Advertising  in  various  newspapers 239  68 

Ascah.  A.  M..  Fame  Point,  firewood  supplied  Fame  Point  fog  alarm,   as  per 

contract 1,170  00 

Beland,  T.,  agent,  and  H.  F.  SmitJh,  accountant,  Quebec,  disbursements:  customs 

dues,  $126.39;  freight  and  express,  $2,423.29;  inspection  fees,  $170;   postage 

Stamps,  $42;  sundry  labour,  $154.89;  travel,  J.  U.  Dube,  $447.60,  B.  J.  Kaine, 

$344.56.    F.    V.    Moffet.    $251.91;    sundry    travel.    $492.34;    sundry,    $48.55; 

refunded  to  casual  revenue  1924-25,  $6.59 4,508  12 

Bell  Telephone  Co.  of  Canada:  private  exchange,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $590.04; 

residence   of  B.  J.   Kaine,  supt.   of  lights,    12  >m.  to   Mar.   31,    1924,   $37; 

sundry,  $3 630  04 

British  American  Oil  Co.,  Montreal:  dampolene  oil,  6,978  gal.  at  21c,  38.368J 

gal.  at  20c. ;  barrels,  1,071  at  $5 14,494  09 

Canada  Carbide  Co..   Montreal:  buoy    carbide.   51.06   tons.   $4,574.13;    freight, 

$23.11 4,597  24 

Canadian  Fairbanks-jMorse  Co.,  Montreal:  engine  parts,  $1,035.99;  sundry  hard- 
ware,   $25.35 1,061  34 

Canadian  Import  Co.,  Quebec:  steam  coal,  177  tons  at  $8.50;  bagging,  stowing 

and  loading,  $140.05 ;  bags,  $26 1,670  55 

Consumers  Cordage  Co.,  Montreal:  manila  rope,  3,991  J  lb.,  $808.15;  tarred  hemp 

108  lb.,  $39.39;  less  discount,  $79.24 768  30 

Davie  Shipbuilding  and  Repairing  Co.,  Lauzon,  Levis:  regulating  dock,  docking 

and  shoring  Lightship  No.  20  in  Lome   Dry   Dock,   $1,146.45;   repairs   and 

renewals  to  Lightship  No.  20,  as  per  contract,  $3,299;  towage,  $45 4,490  45 

Imperial   Oil    Ltd.,    Montreal:    gasoline,   826^    gal.,   $223.17;    paraffine    candles, 

920  sets,  $82.50;    royalite   oil,   10,728i  gal.,  $2,340.41;   barrels,   268,   $1,242; 

sundries,   $80.86 3,968  94 

Jamieson.  R.  C.  &  Co..  Montreal:  white  paint,  500  gal.  at  $2.92;  less  discount, 

$29.20 1,430  80 

Labrecque  &  Couillard,  Quebec:  steam  coal,  432.55  tons,  $3,686.38;  stove  coal, 

35,105  tons,  $649.45;  bags,  8,356  at  10c;  bagging,  $208.26;  cartage,  $345.99..         5,725  68 

Lemieux,  Jas.  E.,  Quebec,  sundry  hardware 725  27 

McKay,  Alex.  Co.,  Quebec:   boiler  and  machinery  repairs  to  Lower   Traverse 

Lightship  No.  20,  as  per  contract,  $2,716.50;  sundry  repairs,  $76 2,792  50 

Madden  &  Son.  Quebec:  steam  coal,  303.555  tons  at  $8.50;  stove  coal,  16.52 

'  tons,  $289.10;  bags,  3,472  at  10c;  bagging,  $138.44;  cartage,  $242.85 3,597  83 

Moreau,  Gaudiose,  Jr.,  Limoilou:  cement,  61  bags,  $60.62;  cleaning  fresh  water 
tanks   and    repairing    galley    stoves   of   'lightships,    as    per    contract,    $461 ; 

sundry  hardware,  $14.40 536  02 

Pintsch  Compressing  Co.,  New  Haven:  gas,  729.81  receivers,  $1,056.85;  cartage, 

641  cylinders  at  20c;  rental  of  200  cylinders,  12  m.  to  Sept.  1,  1924,  $700..         1,885  05 
Public  Works  Dept.,  use  of  Lome  Dry-Dock  wintering  Lightship  No.  20,  season 

1922-23    600  00 

Ryan,  Mrs.  Thos.,  Quebec,  cartage 920  00 

Samson  &  Filion,  Quebec,  sundry  hardware 625  43 

Scarfe  &  Co.,  Brantford:  red  paint,  275  gal.,  $767;  black  paint,  100  gal.  at  $1.78  945  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—55 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Continued  $       cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

Quebec  District — Concluded — District  de  Quebec — Fin 

Sherwin-Williams  Co.,  Montreal:  paint  and  varnish,  $574.85;  less  discount,  $8.37  566  48 

Terreau  &  Racine,  Quebec:  c.i.  castings,  8,550  lb.,  $349.48;  c.i.  counterweight, 
2,630  lb.,  $105.20;  grate  bars,  1,687  lb.,  $50.61;  stoves,  11,  $226.10;  stove 
parts,   $133.85 ;    sundry   hardware   $6.50 871  74 

Accounts    under   $500:    cartage,   $546.09;     fuel,    $257.60;     hardware,     $3,383.28; 

lumber,  $863.79 ;    labour,   $826.32 ;    miscellaneous,   $7,223.26 13,100  34 

Care  of  buoys  at  various  places,  salaries  of  caretakers 4,257  74 

Salaries  and  bonus  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  J.  A.  Ouimet,  inspector  of  fog  alarms, 
salary,  $1,620,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $162;  J.  U.  Dube,  construction 
foreman,  salary,  $1,500,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261;  E.  Poitras, 
foreman  mechanic,  salary,  $1,303.33,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $263.50; 
F.  Parent,  foreman  mechanic,  salary,  $1,380,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$279;  E.  Gagne,  foreman  mechanic,  salary,  $1,320,  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance, $279    8,367  83 

Lightship  No.  3:  Capt.  D.  E.  Fraser,  contractor,  238  d.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  at  $28 
per  d.,  engineer,  helpers,  etc.,  outfitting  and  dismantling  at  45c.  to  60c. 
per  h.,  $807.60;  Lightship  No.  5:  Capt.  J.  N.  Leblanc,  contractor,  76  d.  at 
$28  per  d.,  162  d.  at  $20  per  d.,  engineer,  helpers,  etc.,  outfitting  and  dis- 
mantling, at  45c.  to  60c.  per  hr.,  $840.15;  Lightship  No.  7:  Capt.  Jas. 
Bernier,  contractor,  233  d.  to  Dec.  11,  1923,  at  $20  per  d.,  engineer,  helpers, 
etc.,  outfitting  and  dismantling,  at  45c.  to  60c.  per  hr.,  $640.55;  Lightship 
No.  20:  Capt.  D.  Bourgault,  contractor,  232  d.  to  Dec.  6,  1923,  at  $28  per 
d.,  engineer,  helpers,  etc.,  outfitting  and  dismantling  at  45c.  to  60c.  per  hr., 
$737.55    26,213  85 

Employees    at    King's   wharf,    wages,    $99,608.68,    provisional    bonus    allowance, 

$4,777.51    104,386  19 

Public  Printing   and  Stationery   Dept.,   Ottawa,   stationery 28140 

Detailed   under, — Dominion   Steamers,   $8,103.74;    Construction    of   Lighthouses, 

$5,225.79;    Ship   Channel,  $1,143;   Signal   Service,   $9.70 14,482  23 

229,910  13 

Less — 'Sale  of  barrels,  stores  and  scrap  material,  $7,502.68;  labour  and  material 
supplied  Dominion  Steamers,  $2,589.55,  tug  Sir  Hugh  Allan,  $11.25,  Dept. 
of    Indian    Affairs,     $9.74;     charged    to:    Dominion    Steamers,    $30,663.99; 

Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies,  $3,210.76;  Hydrographic  Surveys, 
$3,108.51;  Construction  of  Lighthouses,  $6,409.36;  Ship  Channel,  $4,465.55; 
Administration  of  Pilotage,  $2,565.91;  Signal  Service,  $489.20;  Meteorological 
Service,  $32.16;  Examination  of  Masters  and  Mates,  $7.13;  Provisional 
Bonus    Allowance,    $6,022.01     67,087  80 


Total    162,822  33 


Montreal  District — District  de  Montreal 

Brandram-Henderson,  Montreal:  black  paint,  100  gal.  at  $1.82;  red  paint,  35 
gal.  at  $1.59;  white  paint,  650  gal.  at  $2.84;  sundry,  $8.63;  less  discount, 
$38.36   2,053  92 

British    American    Oil    Co.,    Montreal:    lampolene    oil,    16,557^    gal.,    $3,324.60; 

barrels,  18  at  $8,  376  at  $5;  freight,  $18.68 5,367  28 

Canadian    Vickers    Ltd.,    Montreal:    repairing    iron    buoys,    as    per    quotation, 

$713.42;    freight,   $10.79    724  21 

Gasaccumulator  Co.,  Ottawa:   acetylene,  21,415  cu.'  ft.  at  $20  per  M;   cartage, 

$22.64 ;    freight,   $284.40 ;    sundries,   $31.90 767  24 

Lavallee,  Alfred,  Sorel,  coal,  30  tons  at  $17.50,  10  tons  at  $16 685  00 

Lavallee,  N.,  Sorel,  cartage,  11  m.  to  Feb.  29,  1924 809  60 

Paulhus,  A.,  Sorel,  cartage,  11  m.  to  Feb.  29,  1924 730  00 

Pintsch  Compressing  Co.,  New  Haven:  gas,  3,711.26  receivers,  $5,377.28; 
cartage,  $481.60;  rental  of  147  cylinders  for  the  purpose  of  transporting 
gas,  Apr.  1,  1923,  to  Apr.  1,  1924,  at  $7.20  per  an.  per  cylinder 6,917  28 

Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Railway  Co.,  freight  charges,  11   m.  to  Feb. 

29,    1924    1,207  14 

Scarf  e  &  Co.,  Brantford,  buoy  and  Lantern  red  paint,  350  gal.  at  $2.76 966  00 


O— 56  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Continued  $       cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

Montreal  District — Concluded —  District   et   de   Montreal — Fin 

Sheppard,  James  &  Son,  Sorel:  hemlock,  1,282  ft.,  $51.28;  fir,  2,225  ft.,  $149.70; 

pine,  3,980  ft.,  $311.55;  spruce,  6,088  ft.,  $299.71;  sundry,  $63.21 875  45 

Sorel  Electric  Co.,  electric  current,  11  m.  to  Feb.  29,  1924 569  27 

Wiallard,  R.  A.,  agent,  and  F.  J.  Maguire,  accountant,  Montreal,  disburse- 
ments: cartage,  $48.75;  freight  and  express,  $83.34;  ground  rent,  $40;  extra 
board  supplied  to  workmen,  $957.85;  postage  stamps,  $195.40;  travel,  J.  D. 
Weir,  $1,101.90,  R.  H.  Goulet,  $278.91,  C.  A.  LeBel,  $55.60,  sundry  travel, 
$195.96;    sundry,    $48.10    3,005  81 

Accounts    under   $500:    hardware,   $1,445.81;     labour,    $251.95;     towage,     $340; 

cartage,  $323.95 ;    miscellaneous,    $4,695.98    7,057  69 

Salaries  and  bonus  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  R.  H.  Goulet,  inspector  of  gas  buoys, 
salary,  $1,440,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261 ;  Jos.  Brochu,  mechanic, 
salary,  $1,200,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  A.  Lehouiller,  mechanic, 
salary,  $1,200,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  E.  Provost,  packer  and 
helper,  salary,  $1,020,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  D.  Cournoyer, 
stores  clerk,  salary,  $960,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315 '. 7,305  00 

Labour  at  Sorel  Depot  and  Chute-a-Blondeau :  regular  foremen,  carpenters, 
labourers,  etc.,  $10,929.85;  temporary  foremen,  carpenters,  labourers,  etc., 
$19,200.17    30,130  02 

Public   Printing   and  Stationery   Dept.,   Ottawa,   stationery 12140 

Detailed   under   Sorel   Shipyard,   $1,741.39;    Construction   of   Lights,   $1,731.51; 

Dominion    Steamers,    $780.74    4,253  64 


73,545  95 


Less — Sale  of  barrels,  $3,383;  charged  to:  Dominion  Steamers,  $8,429.87;  Con- 
struction of  Lighthouses,  $774.02;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $50.18;  Signal  Service, 
$9.35;  Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Wharves,  $7.50;  Provisional  Bonus 
Allowance,  $1,485    14,138  92 


Total 59,407  03 


Prescott  District — District  de  Prescott 

Taylor,   J.  R.,   agent,   and  T.    Gaudin,    accountant,    Prescott,    disbursements: 

travel  and  expenses  of  officials,  $762.61;   sundry  disbursements,  $157.13 919  74 

Accounts  under  $500:  coal,  $820.25;  electric  light  and  power,  $389.81;  hardware 
and  machinerv,  $102.26;  repairs,  $56.62;  salving  buoys,  $125;  printing  and 
stationery.  $12.65 ;  sundry  expenditure,  $245.10    1,751  69 

Gros  Cap  Lighthouse,  wages  of  officers  and  crew;  June,  1923 709  17 

Detailed  under  Construction  of  Lights,  $14,972.71;  Dominion  Steamers,  $10.25..        14,982  96 


18,363  56 


Less — refunded   in  error,   $8.90;    empty  barrels   returned,   $483.88;    charged   to 

Construction  of  Lights,  $58.38   551  16 


Total  17,812  40 


Parry  Sound  District — District  de  Parry  Sound 

Beatty,  Wm.  Co.,  Parry  Sound:  cement,  50  brl.  at  $3.25;  cement  bags,  510  at 

20c. ;  steam  coal,  110  tons  at  $8 ;  sundry,  $111.86  1,256  36 

Brais,  M.,  agent,  and  W.  D.  Auldjo,  accountant,  Parry  Sound,  disbursements: 

electric  current,  $361.35;  gas,  $79.95;  postage  stamps,  $132;  labour,  $37.63; 

travel,  G.  W.  Johnston,  $677.66,  J.  N.  Arthurs,  $469.32,  R.  G.  Airey,  $85.61, 

F.  Smith,  $76.30,  J.  McDonald,  $59.05,  sundry  travel,  $77.63;  sundry,  $134.21.         2,190  71 

Canada  Carbide  Co.,  Montreal:  buoy  carbide,  66f  tons,  $6,339.49;  less  freight, 

$3.66    6,335  83 

Century  Coal  Co.,  Sault  Ste.  Marie,  soft  coal,  57|  tons  at  $6.50,  54  tons  at  $6..  699  37 

Dominion  Towing  &  Wrecking  Co.,  Fort  William,  tug  service,  66  hr 879  80 

Gasaccumulator  Co.  (Canada),  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  recharging  accumulators  with 
acetylene,  22,600  cu.  ft.  at  $20  per  M;  freight,  $279.76;  accumulator  parts, 
tools,  etc.,  $102.12 ;  sundry,  $4.92  838  80 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—57 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Continued  $      cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

Parry  Sound  District — Concluded — District  de  Parry  Sound — Fin 

Glidden  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto,  white  paint,  500  gal.  at  $2.95  1,475  00 

Great  Lakes  Engineering  Works,  River  Rouge:    repairs  to  South  East  Shoal 

Lightship,  as  per  contract,  $500 ;  sundry,  $2.03   502  03 

Great  Lakes  Transportation  Co.,  Midland,  soft  coal,  165  tons  at  $7.50 1,237  50 

Hackett,  C.  R.,  Amherstburg :  maintaining  all  floating  aids  to  navigation  from 
Pelee  Point  to  the  head  of  Fighting  island,  Detroit  river,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31, 
1924,  $9,075;  maintaining  lights  at  Amherstburg  and  Elliott  point,  12  m. 
to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $800;  sundry  labour,  recharging  gas  buoys,  etc.,  $128.50; 
sundry,    $28.97     10,032  4; 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.:  cylinder  oil,  40  gal.  at  73c;  gas  engine  oil,  288  gal.  at  65$c; 
gasoline,  1,217  gal.,  $307.55;  red  oil,  200  gal.  at  46c;  royalite  oil,  33,329  gal., 
$5,888.93;  steel  barrels,  62  at  $8;  wooden  barrels,  730  at  $5;  freight  and 
cartage,  $290.22;  sundry,  $24.40;  refunded  in  error,  1922-23,  $15.23 10,982  17 

Imperial  Oil  Refineries,  Sarnia,  repairs  to  boiler  furnaces  of  the  Gras  Cap  Light- 
ship, labour,  1,142$  hr.,  $1,014.81,  material  supplied,  $46.53. 1,061  34 

Lake  Superior  Paper  Co.,  Sault  Ste.  Marie:  tug  service,  placing  lightkeepers  at 
stations,  as  per  contract,  $750;  tug  service, — searching  for  Pancake  shoal 
gas  bouy,  39$  h.,  $1,600,  attempting  to  lift  buoy  at  Pancake  shoal,  126  h., 
$1,890 ;  sundry,  $2 4,242  00 

Mullen  Coal  Co.,  Amherstburg,  steam  coal,  78  tons  at  $8,  100  tons  at  $6 1,224  00 

Peoples'  Gas  Supply  Co.,  Ottawa,  acetylene  purifier,  4,135  lb 655  96 

Railways  and   Canals  Dept.:    labour,  tug  and  scow  hire  during    season    1923, 

placing,  charging  and  painting  gas  buoys,  etc.,  $1,490.62;  sundry,  $28.03 1,518  65 

Rogers,  Mark,  Parry  Sound:  lumber,  11,088  ft.,  $631.67;  shingles,  10  M  at  $6.50; 

sundry,  $13.25  709  92 

Scarfe  &  Co.,  Brantford :  paint,  311  gal.,  $693.30 ;  sundry,  $31.40 724  70 

Watts,  W.  &  Sons,  Collingwood:  row  boats,  8,  $780;  18  ft.  sail  boats,  4  at  $220; 

rollers,  36  at  $3.50 ;  sundry,  $13.32 1,799  32 

Woods,  E.,  Amherstburg:  repairs  to  South  East  Shoal  Lightship,  $851.25;  repairs 

to  Bar  Point  Lightship,  $100 ;  sundry,  $6.70  957  95 

Accounts  under  $500:  cartage,  $450.45;  freight  and  express,  $761.15;  fuel, 
$1,636.28;  hardware,  $2,053.71;  labour,  $1,859.91;  lumber,  $280.88;  pro- 
visions, $559.44;  scow  and  tug  service,  $1,496;  welding  boilers,  etc.,  $407; 
miscellaneous,  $7,703.82    17,208  64 

Care  of  buoys  at  various  places,  salaries  of  caretakers 6,979  57 

Salaries  and  bonus,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  G.  W.  Johnston,  inspector  of  fog 
alarms,  salary,  $1,725,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $150;  F.  Smith,  fore- 
man-mechanic, salary,  $1,440,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261;  S.  Mc- 
Farlane,  wharf  patrolman,  salary,  $840,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315; 
W.  J.  Parton,  wharf  patrolman,  salary,  $825,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$315    : 5,871  00 

Labour  at  Parry  Sound,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 3,117  00 

Bar  Point  Lightship:  wages  of  officers  and  crew,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $4,421.16; 

board  of  officers  and  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,102 5,523  16 

Gros  Cap  Lightship:  wages  of  officers  and  crew,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $5,840.15; 

board  of  officers  and  crew  to  Dec  31,  1923,  $1,319 7,159  15 

South  East  Shoal  Lightship:  wages  of  officers  and  crew,  10  m.  to  Feb.  29,  1924, 

$4,140.97;  board  of  officers  and  crew  to  Dec  31,  1924,  $1,081 5,221  97 

Public   Printing   and   Stationery   Dept.,   Ottawa:    printing,   $137.04;    stationery, 

$35.74   172  78 

Detailed  under, — Construction  of  Lights,  $3,581.52;  Dominion  Steamers,  $38.55; 

Sorel  Shipyard,  $30.09    3,650  16 


104,227  31 


Less — Sale  of  barrels,  $4,010.11;  sale  of  stores,  $42.11;  coal  and  provisions  sup- 
plied to  lightkeepers,  $114.45;  charged  to:  Construction  of  Lighthouses, 
$2,474.96;  Dominion  Steamers,  $1,815.19;  Life  Saving  Service,  $177.70; 
Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies,  $69.23;  Maintenance  and  Repairs  to 
Wharves,  $6.20;  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $1,041  9,750  95 

Total  94,476  36 


0—58  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Continued  $       cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Suite 

Kenora  District — District  de  Kenora 

Kron,  John,  &  Son,  Kenora,  painting  and  replacing  buoys 605  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  C.  L.  Parrott,  disbursements,  $422.40;  painting  and  re- 
placing buoys,  $357;  lauch  hire,  $360;  lumber,  $111.24;  sundry  small  ex- 
penditure,  $327.33    1,577  97 

Total  2,182  97 


Selkirk  District — District  de  Selkirk 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500:  buoys,  $296.50;  care  of  buoys,  $277.50  oil  and 
barrels,  $157.57;  J.  B.  Skeptason,  disbursements,  $29;  sundry  expenditure, 
$527.47    1,288  04 

British   Columbia  District — District  de  la  Colombie-Britannique 

Advertising    in    various   newspapers 114  60 

Armour,  MacKenzie  &  Boyd,  Vancouver,  legal  expenses 30  95 

Brandram-Henderson,  Ltd.,  Vancouver,  paint,  347  gals 1,000  73 

British  America  Paint  Co.,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  paint,  stain  or  varnish,  295i  gals,  at 
$1.55  to  $7.20,  $787.69;  white  lead,  250  lb.,  $34.25;  cans,  132,  $54.87;  brushes, 

5f   doz.,   $36.85;    sundry   supplies,   $55.03 968  69 

British  Columbia  Electric  Railway  Co.,  Ltd.:  electric  current  supplied,  12  m. 
to  March  31,  1924,  Wingdan,  $60,  Garry  Point,  $60,  Burnaby  Shoal,  $54, 
False  Creek,  $72,  Laurel  Point,  $41.25,  Brochie      Ledge,     $150,     Victoria 

Harbour,  $56.25 ;   lamps,  6   doz.,  $30 523  50 

Canada  Carbide  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  carbide,  40  tons  at  $116.30 4,652  00 

Canadian  Liquid  Air  Co,,  Ltd.,  Vancouver:  acetylene,  25,261  cubic  feet  at 
$3  per  100;   acetone,  6H  lbs.  at  30c;   freight  and  cartage,  $80.21;   repairs 

to  cylinders,  $20.20    876  69 

Imperial  Oil  Limited,  Vancouver:  distillate,  1,063^  gals,  at  15£c.  or  17c,  $178.64; 
gasoline,  59&i  gals,  at  19k.  or  33c,  $191.03;  Polarine,  137*  gals.,  $123.64;  gas 
engine  oil,  268  gals,  at  49ic;  Royalite,  19,263  gals,  at  22c  to  37ic,  $4,278.04; 
sundrv   oils,  $31.35;   freight  prepaid,  $10.62;   steel  barrels,  55  at  $8;    wood 

barrels,  430   at   $5 ;    less   discount,  $50.18 7,485  81 

Jamieson,  R.  C.  &  Co.,  Montreal,  paint,  199  gals,  at  $3.37 670  63 

Prior.  E.  G.  &  Co..  Victoria:  brushes,  132,  $76.06;  coal,  2,900  lbs.,  $36.25;  galv. 
pipe   and   connections,   417   ft.,   $88.95;    saws,    12,   $39.87;    solder,    120   lbs., 

$38.70;  stove  pipe,  264  lengths,  $36.43;   sundry  hardware,  $550.69 866  95 

Public  Works  Department,  services  of  snagboat  Samson,  25  days  at  $100 2,500  00 

Shell  Company  of  California,  Vancouver:  distillate,  9,815  gals,  at  15^c  to  20ic, 
$1,740.70;  gasoline,  986  gals,  at  20c  to  28c,  $233.68;  shipping  tanks,  154  at 

$8;    cup    grease,    $2.70 3,209  08 

Staneland  Company,  Victoria:  aluminum  paint,  46  pints,  $27.60;  anti-corrosive 
composition,  30  tins  at  $2.25;  anti-fouling  composition,  25  tins  at  $4;  boiled 
oil,  24  gals,  at  $1.22;  red  lead,  500  lbs.,  $61;  methylated  spirits,  45  gals,  at 
$1.35;  turpentine,  90  gals.,  $166.50;  varnish,  10  gals.,  $27.60;  sundry  supplies, 

$49.03    589  26 

Wilby,  A.  W.  R.,  agent,  and  A.  J.  Dallain,  accountant,  Victoria,  disbursements: 
cartage,  $430.50;  customs  duties,  $59.27;  electric  power,  $374.98;  express  and 
freight,  $439.93;  postage,  $40;  telephone  exchange,  $72;  travel,  G.  Halkett, 
$325,24,  G.  W.  Brown,  $167.52,  W.  H.  Peter,  $254.72,  payments  under  $100 

04),  $147.61 ;   water  rates,  $312 ;   sundry  supplies,  $73.28 2,697  05 

Salaries  at  Victoria  to  March  31,  1924:  W.  J.  Mead,  foreman  mechanic  marine 
signals,  salary,  $1,500,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $261;  W.  G.  Brown,  inspector 
of  gas  buoys,  salary,  $1,440,  cost  of  living  bonus.  $261;  A.  J.  Hansen,  launch- 
man,  salary,  $1,380,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $279;  F.  Eastwood,  mechanic, 
salary,  $1,170,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $306;   J.  Marchant,  wharf  patrolman, 

salary,   $855,   cost   of  living  bonus,   $315 7,767  00 

Salaries  of  semaphore  operator  at  Prospect  Point,  10  mos.  to  Jan.  31,  1923 1,950  00 

Labour  at  Victoria  Depot  at  $3.50  to  $4.50  per  day 3,945  25 

Care  of   buoys— Canadian   Pacific   Railway    Company,    Arrow    Lakes 400  00 

Accounts   under   $500    (86) 9,242  31 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—59 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Lighthouses — Concluded  $       cts. 

Entretien  et  reparations  des  phares — Fin 

British  Columbia  District— Concluded — District  de  la  C olombie-Britannique — Fin 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa,  sundry  stationery 52  54 

Detailed  in  the  following  services:  Construction  of  Lights,  $4,858.95,  Dominion 
Steamers,  $1,857.84,  Life  Saving  Service,  $164.24,  Radiotelegraph  Service, 
$68.26,   Hydrographic  Surveys,   $22.73    6,972  02 

56,515  06 
Liars — barrels  returned  to  Imperial  Oil  Company,  $4,680.44;  sacks  returned  to 
Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,  $60.85;  sale  of  coal,  $351.20;  stores  supplied 
Malaspino,  $19.65;  board  of  Red  Cross  nurse  and  meals  to  lightkeepers, 
$45.02;  sale  of  boat  and  winch,  $100;  charged  to; — Construction  of  Lights, 
$775.75;  Dominion  Steamers,  $2,290.66;  Agencies  Rents  and  Contingencies, 
$120.24;  Life  Saving  Service,  $345.63;  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $517.96; 
Hydrographic  Surveys,  $54.34;  Repairs  to  Wharves,  $9.30;  Provisional 
bonus   allowance,   $1,422    10,793  04 


Total    45,722  02 


Prince  Rupert  District — District  de  Prince-Rupert 
Edge,  A.  W.  Co.,  Prince  Rupert:  anti-corrosive  paint,  26  gals.,  $76;  anti-fouling 
paint,  20  gal.,  $116;  linseed  oil,  83  gal.,  $131.50;  lead,  300  lbs.,  $48;   paint, 
27  gals.,  $93.50;    turpentine,  46i  gal.,   $103.95;    sundry   oils  and  varnishes, 

$100.33 ;    less    discount,   $2.05 667  23 

Imperial  Oil  Limited,  Prince  Rupert:  distillate,  6,045  gals,  at  14^c  to  17c, 
$1,003.73;  gasoline,  845  gals,  at  2&£c.  or  30K,  $233.73;  engine  oil,  220i  gals, 
at  65c;  royalite,  6.639  gals,  at  22c;  barrels,  173  at  $8,  1,  $5;   cans,  25  at 

60c ;    sundry    oils,   $13.23    4,258  59 

People's  Gas  Supply  Co.,  Ottawa,  acetylene  purifier,  3,000  lbs.  at  $18.90  per  100  567  00 

Philpott,  Evitt  &  Co.,  Prince  Rupert:  coal,  100.34  tons,  $904.41;  galv.  wire  rope, 

3,046  ft.  at  7ic  to  19ic,  $378.84 1,283  25 

Prince  Rupert  Coal  Co.,  Prince  Rupert:   coal,  74.6  tons  at  $9.82,  63.8  tons  at 

$10.07     1,375  03 

Saunders,  F.  T.,  agent,  and  A.  Watson,  accountant,  Prince  Rupert,  disbursments : 
freight  and  express,  $229.77;  board  and  meals,  $36;  inspection  fee,  $20; 
travelling  expenses,  R.  H.   Nicholson,  $45.20,  W.   L.   Stamford,  $17.95;    A. 

Watson,   $20.70 ;    sundry    supplies,    $70.55 440  17 

Salaries  at  Prince  Rupert,  12  mos.  to  March  31,  1924:  W.  J.  Eastwood,  movable 
equipment  engineer  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,593.73;  H.  MacKenzie,  gas  buoy 
inspector  at  $115  per  mM  $1,380,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $99.20;  J.  Peterson, 
launohman  at  $130  per  m.,  $1,430;  camp  cooks  at  $90  per  m.,  $1,096.36,  cost 
of  living  bonus,  $238.40;  J.  P.  Lamb,  patrolman  at  $70  or  $75  per  m.,  $855, 

cost  of  living  bonus,  $315    7,007  69 

Sundry  labour  at  54c  or  70c  per  hour 5,724  80 

Accounts   under   $350    (33) 3,227  56 

Detailed  in  ^Construction   of   Lights,   $1,134.19;    Dominion    Steamers,   $292.91, 

Repairs  to  Wharves,  $22.50,  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $28.76 1,478  36 

26,029  68 
Less,— sale  of  supplies,  $130.83,  barrels  returned  to  Imperial  Oil  Ltd.,  $634.36, 
refund  of  freight,  $2.85,  charged  to —Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies,  $2.03, 
Construction    of    Lights,    $130.72,    Dominion    Steamers,    $726.43,    Radiotele- 
graph   Service,    $376.45,    Repairs    to    Wharves,     $4.80;     Provisional     Bonus 
_     Allowance,    $652.60    2,661  07 

Total    23,368  61 

General  Account — Compte  general 

Express,  freight  and  cartage,  $108.37;  travelling  expenses,  $30.05;  miscellaneous, 

$1.30 139  72 

Public    Printing    and    Stationery    Department,    Ottawa:     printing,    $1,056,19; 

stationery,  $27.49 1,083  68 

Detailed  under  ,— Construction  of  Lights,  $53.37;  Dominion  Steamers,  $3,300.28.         3,353  65 

Total 4,577  05 


O— 60  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


Construction  of  Lighthouses  and  Aids  to  Navigation  $       cts. 

Construction  de  phares  et  aide  a  la  navigation 

Anticosti  South  West  Point,  P.Q.  ($6,062.93)— 

Labour  under  direction  of  F.  E.  Cote 2,5%  62 

Auger  and  Son,  Ltd.,  Quebec,  lumber •••••••.         1>467  50 

Chalifour,  0.,  Inc.,  Quebec:  window  and  door  frames  and  sashes,  27,  $464.38; 

shingles,  36  M  at  $4.50;  spruce,  520  ft.  at  $44  M ;  cartage,  $6 655  26 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $106.75;    hardware,  $792.64;    groceries,  $401.81; 

miscellaneous,  $43.35 1,344  55 

Belle  Isle,  S.W.,  P.E.I.  ($2,321.75)— 

Labour  under  direction  of  E.  E.  Clawson 1,031  77 

Accounts  under  $500:  board  of  workmen,  $421;  hardware,  $275.82;  lumber, 

$333.48;  miscellaneous,  $259.68 1,289  98 

Belleville,  Out.  ($2,003.06)— 

Labour  under  direction  of  M.  J.  Egan 842  00 

Hall  Bros.,  Toronto:  elm,  3,000  ft.  at  $65  M ;  cedar  squares,  8,057  ft.  at  $50; 

spruce,  2,960  ft.  at  $45 731  05 

Accounts    under    $500:    board    of    workmen,    $140;    hardware    and    lumber, 

$102.76;  miscellaneous,  $187.25 430  01 

Bunker  Island,  N.S.  ($19,651.43)— 

Labour  under  direction  of  H.  F.  Mornsey 3,353  87 

Crosby,  Everett,  Yarmouth:    lumber,  11,561  ft.  at  $35  to  $70  M,  $469.72; 

window  frames,  6  at  $4.25,  6  at  $4.50;  sundry,  $92.96 615  18 

Kirk,  Andrew,  Yarmouth:   lumber,  33,724  ft.  at  $35  to  $45   M,  $1,517.11; 

cartage,   milling,   etc.,   $39.42 1,556  53 

McAvity,  T.  and  Sons,  St.  John:  cement,  500  brl.  at  $4;  hardware,  $79.22; 

less  discount,  $50 § 2,029  22 

O'Hanley,  C.  J.,  Yarmouth:  brown  copper  paint,  4  gal.,  $17;  hire  of  motor 

boat  and  man,  112J  d.  at  $8;  labour,  53^-  h.,  $49.04;  sundry  hardware 

and  lumber,  $183.11 1,149  15 

St.  John  Iron  Works,  St.  John:  f-in.  steel  plates  for  lighthouse  base,  30  ft. 

diam.  at  top  and  48  ft.  8-in.  diam.  at  base,  65,  $5,175;  beams,  1,600  lb., 

$76;  bolts,  1,650,  $99.25;  steel  channels  and  angles,  1,903  lb.,  $99.91;  iron, 

2,452  lb.,  $122.60;  reinforcing  steel,  3.114  lb.,  $140.13;  galv.  pipe,  20  ft., 

$18.20;  hire  of  portable  air  compressor  and  tank.  1  m.,  $75;   rental  of 

2  rivetting  guns,  $50;  forge  work,  50  h.  at  $1.70;  machine  work,   138^ 

h.  at  85c. ;  sundry,  $107.69 6,166  52 

Saunders,  D.  S.,  Yarmouth :  hire  of  tug,  7  m.  to  Jan  22,  1924 750  00 

Smith,  Albert  H..  Kelly's  Cove:  gravel,  222  yd.  at  $2;  sand,  81i  yd.  at  $1.75.  586  62 

Williams,  A.  R.,  Machinery  Co.,  Ltd.,  St.  John:  5  h.  p.  gasolene  engine  and 

hoist,  $480;  concrete  mixer,  $86.50 ;  sundry,  $34.18 600  68 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $64.20;  hardware,  $1,213.35;  lumber,  $58.02;  paint, 

$227.65;  hire  of  dredge,  use  of  wharf,  etc.,  $404;  miscellaneous,  $876.44. .         2,843  66 
Cap  Chat,  P.Q.  ($7,462.74)— 

Beland,  T.,  agent  H.  F.  Smith,  accountant,  Quebec:   labour  and  material, 

$386.44;  board  of  workmen,  $66;   sundry,  $10.30 462  74 

Cote,  Paul,  jr.,  Cap  Chat:  construction  of  wooden  dwelling  for  lightkeeper, 

according  to  contract  authorized  by  Order-in-Couneil  May  9,  1923 7,000  00 

Cape  Norman,  P.E.I.  ($6,105.03)— 

Labour  under  direction  of  Ed.  Lavergne 1,182  01 

Canadian  Fairbanks^Morse  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  15  h.p.  horizontal  kerosene 

engines,  2  at  $882 1,764  00 

Canadian    Ingersoll-Rand    Co.,    Ltd.,    Montreal,    straight    line    belt    driven 

compressors,   2   at   $832 1,664  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  board  of  workmen,  $383.18;  hardware,  $877.13;  lumber, 

$128.59 ;  miscellaneous,  $106.12 1,495  02 

Cape  Sable,  N.S.  ($5,956.05)— 

Boone  &  McDonald,  St.  John:   erection  of  reinforced  concrete  lighthouse 

tower,  as  per  contract,  $10,800,  paid  on  account 5,500  00 

Accounts  under  $500:   salving  material,  $200;   freight,  $209;  miscellaneous, 

$47.05 456  05 

East  Point,  P.E.I.  ($2,455.20)— 

Creamer,  Bernard  and  George,  Charlottetown:  construction  of  lightkeeper's 

dwelling  according  to  contract,  $2,330;  toilet,  delivered  to  site,  $25 2,355  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  inspection  of  contract  work,  $93.20;  miscellaneous,  $7.  100  20 

Egg  Island,  N.S.  ($5,310.80)— 

Labour  under  direction  of  J.  L.  Colter ' 1,810  00 

Board  of  workmen ;  720  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—61 

Construction  of  Lighthouses  and  Aids  to  Navigation — Continued  $       cts. 

Construction  de  phares  et  aide  a  la  navigation — Suite 

Egg  Island,  N.S. — Concluded 

Dartmouth  Lumber  Co.,  Dartmouth:  birch,  800  ft.,  $80;  cement,  400  bags, 
$384;  shingles,  39  M,  $229.50;  spruce,  1,320  ft.,  $74.41;  windows,  11,  $75; 
sundry,  $61.19 904  10 

Davison  Parker  Co.,  Ltd.,  Halifax:  burnt  brick,  2,500,  $47.50;  pantry  cup- 
boards, 2  at  $45;  pine  entrance  doors,  3  at  $14;  pine  doors,  plain,  10  at 
$5.50;  spruce,  1,200  ft.  at  $28  M;  t.  and  g.  flooring,  1,000  ft.,  $55;  storm 
windows,  13,  $65;  sundry,  $208.98 597  08 

Logan,  F.  J.  &  Son,  Ltd.,  Halifax :  spruce,  20,377  ft.  at  $28  to  $45  M,  $729.57; 

pine,  775  ft.  at  $60  M. ;  sundry,  $12.68 788  75 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $347.82;  glass  and  paint,  $117.95;  miscel- 
laneous, $25.10 490  87 

First  Narrows  Inner  Beacon,  B.C.  ($3,201.30)— 

Canadian  General  Electric  Co.,  Vancouver:  wire  armoured  submarine  cable, 

4,200  ft.  at  53c;  reels,  2  at  $34 2,294  00 

Stapledon  &  Carter,  Ltd.,  Victoria :  laving  cable  and  installing  motor  operated 

bell  as  per  contract,  $588;  fog  bell,  $250 838  00 

Accounts  under  $500,  hardware,  etc 69  30 

Lightship,  White  Island,  N.S.  ($2,962.74)— 

Wages,  officers  and'  crew  during  July  and  August,  1923 997  90 

Inverness  Railway  &  Coal  Co.,  Inverness,  coal,  75  t.  at  $7 525  00 

Accounts  under  $500;  electrical  supplies,  $173.36;  hardware,  $194.72;  provis- 
ions, $406.98;   miscellaneous,  $664.78 1,439  84 

Louisburg,  N.S.  ($18,485.69)— 

Dickson,  Capt.  E.  M.,  Sydney:  construction  of  reinforced  concrete  light- 
house and  double  dwelling  according  to  contract  authorized  by  Order-in- 
Council,  Oct.  19,  1923,  $18,100;  less  withheld  pending  final  painting,  etc., 
$175 17,925  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  freight,  $275.04;  labour,  $140.70;  miscellaneous,  $144.95.  560  69 

Machias  Seal  Island,  N.B.  ($5,898.23)— 

Labour  under  direction  of  Wm.  Hamm  and  D.  C.  Daggett 2,410  38 

Harvey,  S.  B.,  Seal  Cove,  board  of  workmen 674  71 

Murray  &  Gregory,  Ltd.,  St.  John:  birch,  700  ft.,  $70;  shingles,  37  M  at 
$5.25  to  $5.50,  $195.75;  cabinets,  2  at  $47.50;  spruce,  25,980  ft.  at  $35  to 
$50  M,  $963.27;  sundry,  $363.51 1,687  53 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $417.84;  freight,  $283.20;  sand  and  gravel, 

$247.50;  miscellaneous,  $177.07 1,125  61 

Merry  Island,  B.C.  ($3,803.54)— 

Lemon  Gonnason  Co.,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  lumber,  window  frames,  etc.,  supplied 

according  to  agreement,  $1,010.50;  spruce,  1,500  ft.,  $37.25 : 1,047  75 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $1,656.24;  labour,  $410.26;  lumber,  $103.10; 

paint,  $120.97;  provisions,  $338.69;   miscellaneous,  $126.53 2,755  79 

Quatsino,  B.C.  ($8,827.40)  — 

Labour  under  direction  of  W.  H.  Peter 2,961  74 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  10  h.p.  oil  fuel  engines,  2 

at  $785   1,570  00 

Evans,  Coleman  and  Evans,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  cement,  125  brl.  at  $3.35;  sacks, 

500  at  20c. ;  sundry,  $84.05 602  80 

Lemon,  Gonnason   Co.,  Ltd.,  Victoria,  lumber 1,337  30 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $976.92;  lumber,  $208.85;  provisions,  $911.86; 

miscellaneous,    $257.93 ' 2,355  56 

Rochford  Point,  N.S.  ($3,431.60)— 

Mclsaac,  D.  J.,  Glace  Bay:  work  performed  according  to  contract 3,400  00 

Accounts  under  $500,  miscellaneous 31  60 

Scatari  Island,  N.S.  ($12,310)— 

McAskill,  Angus,  Glace  Bay:  building  of  double  dwelling  according  to  con- 
tract authorized  by  order-in-council  Aug.  25,  1923.  $12,500;  less  withheld 
until  completion  of  certain  work,  $250 12,250  00 

Inspection   of  work   done   under   contract 60  00 

Shagarash  Island,  Ont.  ($4,739)— 

Fitzpatrick,  J.  J.,  Sault  Ste.  Marie:  building  tower  and  dwelling  according 

to  contract,  $4,765 ;  less  withheld  re  shingling.  $50 4.715  00 

Disbursements  of  S.  G.  Scagel,  sub-agent  at  Fort  William 24  00 

Trowbridge  Island,  Ont.  ($18,766.86)— 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  15  h.p.  horizontal  oil  engine 

with  extra   parts 865  00 


0—62  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Construction  of  Lighthouses  and  Aids  to  Navigation — Continued  $       cts. 

Construction  de  phares  et  aide  a  la  navigation — Suite 

Trowbridge  Island,  Ont. — Concluded 

Canadian  Ingersoll-Rand  Co.  Ltd.,  Montreal:  straight  line  power  driven  air 

compressor 899  70 

Fitzpatrick,  J.  J.,  Sault  Ste.  Marie:  construction  of  lighthouse  and  fog  alarm 

station  as  per  contract,  $17,892  paid  on  account 15,081  00 

Powers,  P.  J.  Co.  Ltd.,  Ottawa:   air  tanks,  5  ft.  diam.  x  10  ft.  long,  2  at 

$450 ;    less   freight,    $64.64 835  36 

Accounts  under  $500:   disbursements  of  sub  agent  at  Ft.  William,  $186.73; 

glass,  $421.37;  storage  tanks,  $360;  miscellaneous,  $117.70 1,085  80 

Upper  Traverse  Pier,  P.Q.  ($5,561.55) — 

Labour  under  direction  of  J.  A.  Smith 2,985  00 

Fournier,  Gustave,  Upper  Traverse  Pier,  meals  for  workmen 1,266  40 

Accounts  under  $500:    disbursements  of  agent,   Quebec,  $178.68;   hardware, 

$523.01 ;  lumber,  $482.99 ;  miscellaneous,  $125.47 1,310  15 

Sundry  lights  under  $2,000:  Amherstburg  Scow,  $1,271.73;  Amherstburg  wharf 
and  Buoy  Depot,  $1,396.80;  Anticosti  Island,  Heath  Point,  $697.98;  Bird 
Rocks,  $790.70;  Brighton,  $1,399.38;  Cape  Beale,  $788.59;  Cape  Sharp,  $630; 
Digby  Island,  $789.85;  Discovery  Island,  $811.64;  Dorald  Point,  $1,177.28; 
Eagle  Point,  $672.83;  Entry  Island,  $1,028.10;  Fame  Point,  $529.54;  Griffith 
Island,  $1,160.87;  Hattie  Island,  $1,533.72;  Leamington,  $615.34;  Light  Ship 
South  East  Shoal,  $707.99;  Lightship  Vimy,  $1,879.10;  McKerman  Point, 
$1,039.86;  Pachena  Point,  $951.14;  Point  Upwood,  $1,171.83;  Prince  Rupert 
Marine  Wharf,  $1,621.63;  Ramsden  Point,  $1,538.02;  Salmon  River,  $1,215.55; 
Sambro  Island,  $801.31;  Sunny  Island,  $1,237.30;  Thames  River,  $655.96; 
Thunder   Cape,   $1,146.21;    Victoria   Depot,   $1,181.41;    sundry   lights    under 

$500,  $15,681.75 46,123  41 

District  engineers,  foremen  etc.  employed  at  various  works:  Geo.  N.  Breen,  con- 
struction foreman,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,620,  provisional  bonus 
allowance,  $162,  travel  and  outlay,  $466.68;  J.  A.  Browne,  draftsman,  travel 
and  outlay,  $512;  J.  A.  Cabana,  wharf  patrolman,  salary  12  m.  to  March  31, 
1924,  $1,006.50,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  W.  H.  Carson,  district 
engineer,  travel  and  outlay,  $666.01 ;  E.  E.  Clawson,  district  engineer,  travel 
and  outlay,  $348.16;  J.  L.  Colter,  foreman,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924, 
less  1  d.,  $1,495.97,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261,  travel  and  outlay, 
$138.37;  F.  E.  Cote,  construction  foreman,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924, 
$1,620,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $162,  travel  and  outlay,  $123.70;  H.  de 
Miffonis,  senior  assistant  engineer,  travel  and  outlay,  $219.93;  J.  U.  Dube, 
foreman,  travel  and  outlay,  $124.92;  M.  J.  Egan,  general  construction  fore- 
man, salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $2,280,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$60,  travel  and  outlay,  $862.38;  J.  Haggerty,  foreman,  travel  and  outlay, 
$277.50;  W.  A.  Hamm,  carpenter,  salary,  10  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,307.40; 
Ed.  Lavergne,  foreman,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,560,  travel  and 
outlay,  $569.10;  J.  A.  Leger,  district  engineer,  travel  and  outlay,  $814.96; 
J.  J.  Lindsay,  foreman,  travel  and  outlay,  $198.15;  H.  F.  Morrisay,  district 
engineer,  travel  and  outlay,  $661.68;  E.  R.  Morrison,  foreman,  salary,  12  m. 
to  March  31,  1924,  $1,560,  arrears,  1922-23,  $60,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$202,  travel  and  outlay,  $1,006.89;  R.  H.  Nicholson,  inspector,  marine  signals, 
salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,560,  provisional -bonus  allowance,  $202; 
W.  H.  Peter,  inspector  of  fog  alarms,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924, 
$1,620,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $162;  H.  E.  Poland,  diver,  travel  and 
outlay,  $283.70;  H.  J.  Robitaille,  assistant  engineer,  travel  and  outlay,  $28.10; 
J.  A.  Smith,  district  engineer,  travel  and  outlay,  $218.33;  M.  Thomas,  fore- 
man, travel  and  outlay,  $32.38;  G.  H.  Trainor,  blacksmith,  salary,  June 
16  to  July  31,  1923,  $193.80;  W.  H.  P.  Trowsdale,  general  construction  fore- 
man, salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $2,010,  provisional  bonus  allowance, 
$60.75,  travel  and  outlay,  $54.50;  J.  H.  Whitlock,  construction  foreman, 
salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,500,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $261, 
travel  and  outlay,  $110.73;  A.  York,  blacksmith,  salary,  June  1  to  15,  1923 

and  Aug.  1,  1923  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,110 30,069  59 

Dominion  Lighthouse  Depot,  Prescott,  office  staff  and  other  employees — 

J.  R.  Taylor,  superintendent,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924 3,240  00 

T.   Gaudin,   principal   clerk-bookkeeper,   salary,   12   m.   to   March   31,    1924, 

$2,040,   provisional   bonus   allowance,   $60 2,100  00 

A.  T.  Thompson,  resident  engineer,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924 2,460  00 

G.  L.  Chabot,  mechanical  draftsman,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924 1,600  00 


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Construction  of  Lighthouses  and  Aids  to  Navigation — Continued  $       cts. 

Construction  de  phares  et  aide  a  la  navigation — Suite 

Dominion  Lighthouse  Depot,  Prescott,  office  staff,  etc. — Concluded 

C.  Murphy,  account  clerk,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924 1,500  00 

F.  C.  Stone,  account  clerk,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,450,  provi- 
sional  bonus   allowance,   $261 1,711  00 

W.  P.  Peterson,  stores  clerk,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,260,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $297 1,557  00 

A.  M.  Eward,  timekeeper,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,020,  provi- 
sional  bonus  allowance,  $83.25 1,103  25 

H.  C.  O'Brien,  clerk  stenographer,  salary,   12  m.  to   March  31,  1924,  $960, 

provisional  bonus  allowance,  $83.25 1,043  25 

E.  C.  Mullen,  jr.    clerk  stenographer,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $705, 

provisional  bonus  allowance,  $94.50 799  50 

I.  S.  Johnson,  messenger  clerk,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $900,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $315 1,215  00 

J.  Torrence,  caretaker,  salary,  12  m.  $•  March  31,  1924,  $1,080,  provisional 

bonus  allowance,  $315 1,395  00 

Sundry  labour,  foremen,  machinists,  carpenters,  etc.,  $44,865.47,  provisional 

bonus  allowance,  $4,169.25 49,034  72 

Labour  at  various  agencies 800  84 

Miscellaneous — Divers 

Anaconda  American  Brass  Ltd.,  New  Toronto:  sheet  copper,  612  lb.  at  $28.75 
to  $30.05  per  cwt.,  $181.32;  hard  sheet  brass,  40  lb.  at  $34.40  per  cwt.;  brass 
rods,  1.966  lb.  at  $16.75  to  $23.25  per  cwt.,  $371.46;  sundry,  $30.72;  less  dis- 
count, 69c 

Beauchemin  &  Fils,  Ltd.,  Sorel,  P.Q.:  stockless  anchors,  105,350  lb.  at  $6.90  per 
cwt. ;    replacing    boiler   tubes,   $125 

Beland,  T.,  agent  and  H.  F.  Smith,  accountant,  Quebec,  disbursements:  freight 
and  express,  $586.03;  charcoal,  182  bags  at  50c;  switching  cars,  $88.88; 
sundry,    $56.79 

Brandram-Henderson,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  paint,  269  gal.  at  $1.66  to  $3.58,  $766.31; 
less  discount,  $6.71 

British  American  Oil  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  lampolene  oil,  8,299  gals,  at  18c; 
barrels,  180  at  $5 

Butler  &  Co.,  Birmingham :  duplex  lamp  burners,  500 

Campbell  Steel  and  Iron  Works  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  generator  tubes,  157  ft.  at  $4.. 

Canada  Carbide  Co.  Ltd.,  Montreal:  carbide,  50,040  lbs.  at  $88.02  per  t 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  6  h.p.  horizontal  oil  fuel  engines, 
4  at  $375;  pressure  gauges,  20  at  $2.95;  sundry,  $53.29;  less  freight,  $1.65.. 

Canadian  Ingersoll-Rand  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  straight  line  power  driven  air 
compressors,   2    at    $522.30,    2    at    $552.40 

Canadian  National  Railways,  freight 

Chauffage  Economique,  La  Cie  de,  Sorel:  cast  iron  rings,  2,460  lbs.  at  3|c,  9,700 
lbs.  at  3ic ;  ball  weights,  3,000  lbs.  at  3^c 

Chesley,  J.  C,  agent  and  C.  A.  Clark,  accountant,  St.  John,  disbursements: 
freight,    $785.12 ;    splicing    hawsers,    etc.,    $75 

Christie  Woodworking  Co.,  St.  John:  spruce,  9,379  ft.,  $274.14;  ship  pine,  4,136 
ft.,  $183.47 ;    sundry,  $45.15 

Collector   of   Customs,   Prescott :    customs   duty 

Cumming,  J.  W.  Manufacturing  Co.  Ltd.,  New  Glasgow:  chain  swivels  with 
connecting  links,  115,  $1,987.50;  key  shackles,  380,  $1,521.80;  rivetted 
shackles,  250,  $735;  sundry,  $103.93;   less  freight,  $2.09 4,346  14 

Dominion  Wire  Rope  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  galv.  hawser,  5,000  ft.  at  $14.90  C; 
wire  hoisting  rope,  1,000  ft.  (i  in.)  at  $8.85  C,  1,676  ft.  (|  in.)  at  $18  C; 
steel  wire  clock  rope,  5,000  ft.  at  $3,324;  galv.  turnbuckles,  143,  $115.65; 
sundry,  $143.61 ;   less  freight,  50c,  less  discount,  $30.64 1,529  55 

Drummond,  McCall  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  iron  chain,  56,523  lb.  at  $6.58  to 
$8.25  cwt.,  $4,085.36;  steel  plates,  980  lb.  at  $4.55  cwt.;  shackles,  various 
styles  and  sizes,  20  doz.  at  $14  to  $33.75,  $480.25,  833  at  $1.51  to  $9.25, 
$2,383.81;  chain  swivels,  95  at  $10  to  $29.10,  $1,966;  galv.  steel  sheets,  3,747 
lb.  at  $5.85  cwt. ;   sundry,  $35.31 9,214  52 

Evans,  Coleman  &  Evans,  Ltd.,  Victoria:    link  chain  with  shackles,   19,569  lb. 

at  $6.03  cwt 1,180  01 


596  57 

7,394  15 

822  70 

759  60 

2,393  82 
697  88 
628  00 

2,202  26 

1,610  64 

2,149  40 
2,182  35 

529  25 

860  12 

502  76 

877  20 

0—64  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Construction  of  Lighthouses  and  Aids  to  Navigation — Continued  $       cts. 

Construction  de  phares  et  aide  a  la  navigation — Suite 

Miscellaneous — Continued — Divers — Suite 

Finnie,  0.  S.,  Department  of  the  Interior,  Ottawa,  disbursements:   expenditure 

in  connection  with  aids  to  navigation  in  the  Mackenzie  River  district 1,407  11 

Gasaccumulator  Co.  (Canada)  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  accumulators,  7  at  $132.77,  15  at 
$1,210;  special  connections  and  joints,  58  at  $13.25  to  $13.95,  $779.70;  con- 
nections screwed  and  brazed  to  piping,  258  at  $2.75;  flasher  with  governor, 
$71.50;  fittings  for  sunvalves,  2  sets  at  $46.42;  pressure  gauges,  6  at  $8.47; 
storm  glasses,  30  at  $1.38;  cut  lenses  for  lanterns,  5  at  $297;  type  L  200 
lanterns,  22  at  $742.50;  manfolds,  50  at  $8.25  to  $12.65,  $535.70;  vertical 
prisms,  12  at  $4.40;  copper  covered  steel  tubing,  1,307^  ft.  at  28c;  recharging 
accumulators,  5,300  cu.  ft.  gas  at  $20  M.;  freight  and  express,  $356.15; 
sundries,  $182.15 ;    sales  tax,  $2,126.16 42,370  21 

Hall,  Geo.,  Corporation,  Ogdensburg,  coal,  409^  t.  at  $6.65 2,723  18 

Harris  Tie  and  Timber  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  cedar  poles,  169  at  $11.50 1,943  50 

Inglis,  John  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto:    dished  buoy  heads,   12  at  $250,  48   at  $260; 

sundry,  $11.75    15,491  75 

Kennedy,  Wm.,  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  Owen  Sound:  iron  castings,  27,425  lbs.  at  6£c.  to 
7c,  $1,841.54;  steel  castings,  3,379  lbs.  at  $14  to  $24.65  cwt.,  $521.14;  grate 
bars,  2,893i  lbs.  at  5c;  steel  hubs,  856  lb.  at  $13.15  cwt.;  lantern  tables, 
564  lb.  at  $14  to  $18.65  cwt.,  $87.14;  steel  worms,  62  lb.  at  $21.70  cwt.; 
sundry,  $57 ;  sales  tax,  $39.44 ;  less  freight.  $63.26  2,753  69 

Labrecque  &  Couillard,  Quebec:  steam  coal,  22.685  t.  at  $8,  204.895  t.  at  $8.50; 

forge  coal,  15.665  t.  at  $16;    cartage,  $182;   sundries,  $22.43 2,378  17 

McAvity,  T.  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  St.  John:  brass  bibbs,  45  at  $2.50;  chain,  102,541 
lb.  at  $8.25  to  $10.80  cwt,,  $9,130.43;  globe  valves,  73,  $149.49;  low  pressure 
whistles,  4  at  $80 ;  sundry,  $143.19   9,855  61 

McKinnon  Columbus  Chain,  Ltd.,  St.  Catharines:  chain,  7,680  lb.  at  $7.40  cwt., 

7,784  lb.  at  $7.60   1,159  90 

Madden  &  Son,  Quebec:  steam  coal,  48.59  t.  at  $8.50;  b.  s.  coal,  11.225  t.  at 

.  $17;  sundry,  $40.24    644  10 

Ottawa  Car  Manufacturing  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  bells,  7,667  lbs.  at  $40  cwt.; 
cylinders,  3,  $10.50,  396  lbs.  at  48c  to  82c,  $201.81;  pistons,  18  at  $4.83,  18 
at  $4.90;  sundry,  $103.04   3,557  29 

Pacific  Sheet  Metal  Works,  Ltd.,  Victoria:  oil  tanks,  50  at  $23.75,  10  at  $44.95...         1,637  00 

Pike,  James  W.,  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:   open  link  chain  cable,  12,824  lbs.  at 

$7.25  cwt.;  less  cartage,  freight,  etc.,  $74.03 855  71 

Pintsch  Compressing  Co.,  New  Haven:  rental  of  cylinders  for  transporting  gas 
April  1,  1923,  to  April  1,  1924,  $360;  gas,  875.06  receivers  at  $1.43  to  $1.46, 
$1,272.05;    drayage,    $11240    1,744  45 

Piper,  H.  L.,  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  anchor  lights,  15  at  $14,  32  at  $14.75;  copper 

reflectors,  10  at  $15.30  835  00 

Powers,  Firm  of  Frank,  Lunenburg:   land  fog  horns,   16  at  $50    800  00 

Prescott  Hydro  Electric  System,  Prescott :  power  and  light  1,640  56 

Quebec  Harbour  Commissioners,  Quebec:   rental   of  Reynar's  wharf,   12  m.  to 

Jan.  31,  1924    1,200  00 

Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Railway  Co.,  freight  657  47 

Quebec  Railway,  Light,  Heat  and  Power  Co.,  Ltd.,  Quebec:   electric  light  and 

motor  power    597  91 

Robb  Engineering  Works,  Ltd.,  Amherst:  bell  buoys,  2  at  $395,  4  at  $441.25; 
whistling  buoy,  $575;  gas  and  whistling  buoys,  4  at  $885;  supplying  body 
plates  and  flat  heads  according  to  order,  $650 ;  freight,  $420 7,740  00 

Robertson,  Wm.  &  Son,  Halifax:    chain,  2,592  lb.  at  $6.75  cwt.,  43,261   lb.  at 

$7.25,  4,060  lb.  at  $9 ;  sundry,  $18.86 ;  sales  tax,  $134.22 3,829  86 

Safety  Car  Heating   and  Lighting   Co.,   New  Haven:    lenses  for    Pintsch    gas 

lanterns,  18  at  $50 ;  lava  tips,  84  at  85c";  sundry,  $30.07 1,001  47 

Sancton,  S.  Norman,  St.  John:  iron  chain,  20,797  lb.  at  8£c,  10,514  lb.  at  8fc 2,635  73 

Scarfe  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Brantford:  red  paint,  95  gals,  at  $2.76,  30  gal.  at  $2.86;  black 

paint,  66  gal.  at  $1.76,  10  gal.  at  $1.86;  sales  tax,  $21.30 504  15 

Simon,  J.,  Halifax,  chain,  48,156  lb.  at  4|c.  to  6c 2,669  59 

Smart  Turner  Machine  Co.,  Ltd.,  Hamilton:  triplex  power  pumps,  14  at  $59; 

sundry,  $9.20  835  20 

Sorel  Mechanical  Shops,  Ltd.,  Sorel:  second  hand  ships  anchors,  18,817  lb.  at 
5ic;  cast  iron  rings,  9,800  lb.  at  $3.50  cwt.,  2,400  lb.  at  $3.75;  ball  weights, 
3,250  lb.  at  $3.25  cwt 1,573  56 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—65 

Construction  of  Lighthouses  and  Aids  to  Navigation — Concluded  $       cts. 

Construction  de  phares  et  aide  a  la  navigation — Fin 

Miscellaneous — Concluded — Divers — Fin 

Stanley,  Shaw  &  Pearden,  Charlottetown :  cement,  15  bags  at  $1.10;  galv.  oil 
tanks  (50  gal.),  63  at  $10,  (100  gal.)  116  at  $12;  less  allowance  for  defects, 
$50  1,988  50 

Steel  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  black  pipe,  844  ft.  7  in.  (f  in.  to  3  in.) 
at  $9.30  to  $59.74  C,  $89.81;  steel,  12,560  lbs.  at  $3.15  to  $3.71£  cwt.,  $463.38; 
wire,  692  lb.,  $33.08;  sundries,  $61.47,  less  discount,  $2.84,  less  freight,  $74.11.  570  79 

Stewart,  Bruce  &  Co.,  Charlottetown:   making  superstructures  for  gas  buoys,  2 

at  $165 ;  anchors  for  buoys,  12  at  $6,  24  at  $8 594  00 

Taylor,  J.  R.,  superintendent,  and  T.  Gaudin,  accountant,  Prescott,  disburse- 
ments: cartage,  $48.75;  cleaning  offices,  $128.08;  duty  on  material,  $83.26; 
stamps,  $80 ;  telegrams,  $23.26 ;  travel,  $78.40 ;  sundry,  $175.12  616  87  - 

Terreau  &  Racine,  Enr.,  Quebec:    anchors,  83,405  lbs.  at  $2.90;    surface  plate, 

$150;    sundry,   $39.38    2,608  13 

Toronto  Iron  Works,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  steel  tubes,  6  (24£  in  diam.  x  6  ft.  8  in.)  at 
$41,  4  (24£  in.  diam.  x  7  ft.  8  in.)  at  $43,  20  (30  in.  diam.  x  11  ft.)  at  $88; 
bottoms  for  tubes,  10  at  $8;  angle  rings  and  diaphragms  for  5  tubes,  $175; 
testing  tubes,  $10 2,443  00 

Toronto  Plate  Glass  Importing  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  plate  glass  as  per  quota- 
tion, $822 ;  less  discount,  $16.44  

Trempe  &  Frere,  Sorel :  cement,  525  bags  at  $1.03  '. 

Union  Foundry  &  Machine  Works,  Ltd.,  St.  John:  buoy  balls,  5,400  lb.  at 
3|c;  gas  buoys  as  per  quotation,  14,  $6,650;  sundry,  $231.64 

Watson,  Jack  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  stud  link  chain  with  swivels,  shackles, 
etc.,  48,294  lbs.  at  $121.67  gross  ton;  freight,  insurance,  etc.,  $228.23 

Wilby,  A.  W.  R.,  agent,  and  J.  A.  Dallain,  accountant,  Victoria,  disbursements 
labour,  $184;  freight,  $1,278.63;  sundries,  $3 

Yeadon,  Geo.,  Spryfield:  granite  mooring  stones,  32  t.  at  $8,  86  t.  at  $9.50 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $10,949.80;  lumber,  $3,276.12;  fuel,  $708.68; 
freight  and  express,  $1,378.98;  paint,  $1,050.94;  miscellaneous,  $10,549.74 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $2,319.10; 
stationery,  $434.73    

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  $35,245.77;  Dominion  Steamers,  $431.12; 
Administration  of  Pilotage,  $28.80;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $201.70 

Less — Charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  $66,934.66,  Dominion  Steamers, 
$7,565.18,  Radiotelegraph  Service,  $767.15,  Life  Saving  Service,  $667.30, 
Meteorological  Service,  $247.15,  Removal  of  Obstructions,  $178.82,  Hydro- 
graphic  Surveys,  $35.70,  Repairs  to  Wharves,  $36.63,  Sorel  Shipyard,  $32.85, 
Ship  Channel,  $9.65.  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $7,526;  sale  of  stores, 
empty  barrels,  etc.,  $782  09;  sundry  amounts  recovered  on  account  of  work 
performed,  $240.22    85,023  40 


805  56 
540  75 

7,084  14 

2,851  38 

1,465  63 
1,073  00 

27,914  26 

2,753  83 

35,907  39 

535,805  78 

Total    450,782  38 


Marine  Signal  Service — Service  des  signaux  de  marine 

Salaries  and  Miscellaneous  Expenditures  at   Various  Stations — Salaires   et 
defenses  diverses   a   differentes   stations 

Bellmouth  ($2,128.21)— 

Signal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,   1924:    E.  Danis,  $825,  bonus,  $315;   A. 

Duval,    $825,    bonus    $94.50     2,059  50 

Sundry   small   accounts    68  71 

Cap  St.  Michel  ($2,404.06)— 

Signal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  E.  Collette,  $765,  bonus,  $315;   A. 

Dussault,  $900,  arrears,  1922-23,  $60,  bonus,  $315 2,355  00 

Sundry  small   accounts    49  06 

Cardinal — 

Canadian  National  Telegraphs,  telegrams,  8  m.  to  Dec.  31,  1923 1,228  27 

Chebucto  Head  ($1,704.32)— 

Signal  agents:  Capt.  R.  Holland,  part  time,  June  1,  1923,  to  Mar.  31,  1924, 
$291.67;  E.  V.  Wade,  June  10,  1923,  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $551.03,  bonus, 

$72.26    914  96 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500,  hardware,  repairs,   etc 789  36 

l~5o 


0—66  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  19B8-24 

Marine  Signal  Service — Continued — Service  des  signaux  de  marine — Suite  $       cts. 

Salaries  and  Miscellaneous  Expenditures  at  Various  Stations — Continued 
Salaires  et  depenses  diverses  a  differences  stations — Suite 

Crane  Island  ($2,218.50)— 

Sienal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  J.  Vezina,  $900,  arrears,  1922-23,  $60, 

bonus,  $315 ;  D.  Vezina,  $300  1,575  00 

National  Telephone  Company,  Levis,  long  distance  charges,  May  to 
October,    1923    

Sundry  small    accounts    

Deschaillons  ($4,153.05)— 

Signal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  F.  Audet,  $1,080,  bonus,  $311.10; 
J.   A.   Chaudonnet,   $1,080,   bonus,   $69 , 

Parent,  M.  J.  O.,  St.  Jean  Deschaillons,  legal  services 

Soucy,  R.,  and  Ulderic  Paris,  St.  Jean  Deschaillons,  parcel  of  land  for 
signal  station    

Sundry   small   accounts    

Father  Point  ($550)— 

Signal   agent,  part  time,  A.  S.   Lawson 

Canadian  National  Telegraph,  attention  to  repeater 

Grondines  ($2,391.74)— 

Signal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  G.  Hamelin,  $900,  arrears,  1922-23, 
$60,  bonus,  $315;   T.  Savageau,  $720,  bonus,  $315 

Sundry   small    accounts    

Halifax  ($4,209.45)— 

Superintendent  of  signals,  5  m.  to  May  31,  1923,  $62.50;  signal  agents,  10 
m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  P.  Colgan,  $600,  bonus,  $262.50;  D.  A.  Doherty, 
$600,  bonus,  $262.50;   S.  T.  Howell,  $600,  bonus,  $262.50 

Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Co's  Telegraphs,  telegraph  charges,  12  m.  to 
Feb.   29,   1924    

Sundry   accounts   under   $500    

Halifax  Citadel  ($1,528.38)— 

John  Sharp,  signal  clerk,  10  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $750;  non-commissioned 
officers  and  men,  3  m.  to  Miay  31,  1923,  $156.40 

Sundry    accounts   under   $500:    anchor   lights,   $205.25;    telephone,   $181.67; 

sundry   items,   $235.06    

Longue  Pointe  ($2,588.85)— 

Signal  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  W.  Brochu,  $900,  bonus,  $315;  A. 
Perreault,    $900,    arrears,    1922-23,    $60,    bonus,    $315 

Sundry    accounts    under    $500     

Montreal  ($15,230.21)— 

Salaries  of  staff,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  T.  Robillard,  chief  signal  clerk, 
$2,280,  arrears,  1922-23,  $120,  bonus,  $26.83;  G.  Heraux,  signal  clerk, 
$1,065,  bonus,  $74.79;  P.  Teasdale,  signal  clerk,  part  time,  $150;  O. 
Brais,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  $705,  bonus,  $94.50 4,516  12 

Bell  Telephone  Co.  of  Canada:  exchange  service,  $1,386.89,  long-distance 
calls,  $1,572.05;  private  line  between  Montreal  and  Quebec,  \  charges, 
$6,209.09    9,168  03 

Telegrams:  Canadian  National  Telegraph,  $322.75;  Canadian  Pacific  Rail- 
way  Co's   Telegraphs,   $926.21    1,248  96 

Sundry   accounts   under  $500    297  10 

North  Sydney  ($2,168.14)— 

D.  J.  Campbell,  signal  agent,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 900  00 

Telegrams:    Canadian   Pacific   Railway   Co's   Telegraphs,   $718.53;    Western 

Union    Telegraph    Co.,    $548.36    1,266  89 

Small    account    1  25 

Pointe  Citrouille  ($2,545.03)— 

Signal  agents,  broken  periods,  April  1,  1923,  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  C.  Godcher, 
$333.87,  bonus,  $97.38;  E.  Marchand,  $621.77,  bonus,  $65.24;  H.  Bou- 
chard,  $908.62,  bonus,   $264.56    2,291  44 

Sundry   accounts   under   $500    253  59 

Portneuf  ($1,519.10)— 

Signal   agents,   12   m.  to   Mar.  31,   1924:    Mrs.    E.    Paquin,    $900,    arrears, 

1922-23,  $60,  bonus,   $315;    Mrs.   N.  Paradis,   $180 1,455  00 

Sundry    small    accounts 64  10 


634  55 
8  95 

2,540  10 
21  85 

1,549  70 
41  40 

50  00 
500  00 

2,310  00 
81  74 

2,650  00 

1,150  07 
409  38 

906  40 

621  98 

2,490  00 
98  85 

MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—67 

Marine  Signal  Service — Continued — Service  des  signaux  de  marine — Suite  $       cts. 

Salaries  and  Miscellaneous  Expenditures  at  Various  Stations — Continued 
Salaires  et  defenses  diverses  a,  differentes  stations — Suite 

Quebec  ($30,487.66)— 

Salaries  of  staff,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  H.  S.  McGreevy,  superintendent 
of  signal  service,  $2,880;  F.  O'Dowd,  chief  clerk,  $2,400;  D.  Neilan, 
signal  clerk,  $1,200,  arrears,  1922-23,  $60,  bonus,  $297;  Miss  J.  Dastous, 
$1,080,    bonus,    $315;    P.    Turcott,     junior    clerk-typist,     $675,     bonus, 

$94.50 ;    messenger  boy,  $390,  bonus,  $94.50 9,486  00 

Bell  Telephone  Co.  of  Canada:  exchange  service,  $1,359.68;  long-distance 
calls,  $1,187.86;  private  line  between  Montreal  and  Quebec,  \  charges, 

$6,209.08    8,756  62 

McGreevy,   H.   S.,   disbursements:    postage,   $220;    travel,   $350.11;    sundry 

disbursements,  $53.95   624  06 

Telegrams:  Canadian  National  Telegraphs,  $8,658.83;  Canadian  Pacific 
Railway  Co's  Telegraphs,  $1,508.75;    Marconi  Wireless  Telegraph  Co., 

$676.11   10,843  69 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500   777  29 

Quebec  Bridge  ($1,811.65) — 

Signal  agent,  broken  periods,  April  1,  1923  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  D.  Demers, 
$562.50;  bonus,  $196.87;  O.  Gingras,  $270,  bonus,  $78.75;  L.  Demers, 
$245.80,  arrears,  1922-23,  $25;  bonus,  $87.78;  C.  Gingras,  $139.35,  bonus, 

$60.97 1,667  02 

Sundry    accounts    under    $500 144  63 

St.  Catharines — 

Canadian    National    Telegraphs,    telegrams 626  04 

St.  Jean.  Island  of  Orleans  ($525.69)— 

T.  Pouliot,  signal  agent,  4  m 366  00 

Sundry  small  accounts 159  69 

St.  John  ($3,175.89)— 

Signal  clerks,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  E.  A.  Cromwell,  $1,140,  bonus,  $72; 

H.   V.   Butler,   $1,320,   bonus,   $279 2,811  00 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500:  telegrams,  $219.18;  sundry  items,  $145.71 364  89 

St.  Nicholas  ($3,020.91)— 

Signal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  D.  MofTet,  $1,080,  bonus,  $315;  J. 
Hebert,  $1,080,  arrears,  1922-23,  $60,  bonus,  $72;  E.  Paquet,  temporary, 

$181.16,  bonus,  $9.42 2,797  58 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500 223  33 

Sorel  ($2,461.46)— 

Signal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  H.  Grandpre,  $900,  bonus,  $315;  A. 

Lamothe,  $720,  bonus,  $315;  R.  Valois,  temporary,  $74.58,  bonus,  $32.63.         2,357  21 

Sundry    small    accounts 104  25 

Three  Rivers  ($2,205.35)— 

Signal  agents,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  E.  Bergeron,  $720,  bonus,  $315;  H. 

Dupont,    $720,    bonus,    $315 2,070  00 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500  135  35 

Halifax  and  Anticosti  Lightships  ($721.88)— 

Wireless  operator,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 660  00 

Sundry    small    accounts 61  88 

Lurcher  Lightship  ($827.63)— 

Wireless  operators,  wages  and  board 497  56 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500:  travel  of  wireless  operator,  $194.95;  miscel- 
laneous, $135.12 330  07 

Stations  at  which  expenditure  is  less  than  $500:  Bay  St.  Lawrence,  $50;  Belle 
Isle,  $50;  Bersimis,  $50;  Brier  Island,  $61.79;  Camperdown,  $82.22;  Cap 
Chat,  $237.25;  Gap  d'Espoir,  $51.80;  Cap  des  Rosiers,  $107.20;  Cap  Magdelen, 
$100;  Cape  Race,  $14.40;  Cape  Ray,  $50;  Cape  Salmon,  $230;  Chatham,  N.B., 
$35;  Fame  Point,  $62;  Flat  Point,  $60.28;  He  aux  Grue,  $49.27;  Les 
Ecureuils,  $293.26;  LTslet,  $50;  Little  Metis,  $50;  Matane,  $133;  Money 
Point,  $101.88;  Partridge  Island,  $344;  Point  Amour,  $228.97;  Pointe  a  Basile, 
$2.80;  Pointe  des  Monts,  $58.50;  Point  Escuminac,  $69.50;  Point  Lepreaux, 
$259.70;  Pointe  Maquereaux,  $50;  Point  Tupper,  $99.19;  Port  Dalhousie, 
$53.51;   Quaco,  $30;   Riviere  a  la  Martre,  $65.88;   Sambro,  $52.84;   Scatari, 

$105.82;  iSt.  Nicholas  East,,  75c;  signal  service  generally,  $246.40.... 3,587  21 

Secretary  of  State  for  United  States,  Washington,  proportionate   amount   due 

from  Canada  re  cost  of  ice  observation  and  patrol 4,464  1! 

l—5*o 


O— 68  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Marine  Signal  Service — Concluded — Service  des  signaux  de  marine — Fin  $      cts. 

Salaries  and  Miscellaneous  Expenditures  at  Various  Stations — Concluded 
Salaires  et  depenses  diverses  a  differentes  stations — Fin 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $1,117.95;  station- 
ery, $2,930.11    4,048  06 

Detailed   under   Dominion   Steamers,   $60.11;    Maintenance   of   Lights,   $967.75; 

Radiotelegraph  Service,  $316.74 ;  Sorel  Shipyard,  $411.81 1,756  41 


106,287  26 
Less  charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $8,093.34;  Dominion  iSteamers,$9.70         8,103  04 


Total 98,184  22 


Administration  of  Pilotage — Administration  du  pilotage 

Venables,  A.  K.,  overseer,  boilers  and  machinery  construction,  salary,  April,  Sep- 
tember and  October,  1923,  $675;   travelling  expenses,  $563.67 1,238  67 

Halifax  Pilotage  Office,  salaries  to  March  31,  1924:  H.  St.  G.  Lindsay,  superin- 
tendent, salary,  $3,874.98;  W.  J.  Ahern,  pilotage  clerk,  salary,  $1,380,  bonus, 
$279;  M.  Poteri,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  salary,  $600,  bonus,  $94.44;  G. 
Keating,  junior  clerk-stenographer,  salary,   1   m.,  $50,  bonus,  $4.68 6,283  10 

Halifax  Pilotage  District,  pilots'  salaries  and  share  of  surplus  receipts,  12  m.  to 
March  31,  1924:  Thos.  Hayes,  $2,100— $885.77;  H.  Latter,  $2,100,— $885.77; 
W.  A.  Gorman,  $2.100.— $885.77;  F.  Thomas,  $2,100— $885.77;  L.  Hayes, 
$2,100— $885.77;  J.  Renner,  $2.100— $885.77;  E.  Renner,  $2,100— $885.76; 
L.  Power,  $2,100,— $885.76;  W.  Brackett,  $2,100,— $885.76;  W.  Latter,  $2,100  — 
$885.76;  C.  Hanrahan,  $2,100— $885.76;  E.  De  Lauchry,  $2,100—  $885.76; 
F.  Reyns,  $2,100— $885.76;  J.  E.  Dempsey,  $2.100,— $885.76;  J.  Brackett, 
$2,100— $885.76;  F.  Mackey,  $2,100— $885.76;  L.  Dempsev,  $2,100— $885.76; 
C.  T.  Hayes,  $2,100— $885.76;   P.  Sullivan,  $2,100,— $885.76 56,729  50 

Halifax  Pilots'  Superannuation  Fund,  5  per  cent  of  pilotage  dues  collected 3,636  75 

Montreal  Pilotage  Office,  salaries  to  March  31,  1924:  J.  O.  Michaud,  pilotage 
clerk,  salary,  $1,560,  bonus,  $202;  F.  X.  Chadillon,  messenger  clerk,  salary, 
$900,  bonus,  $315;  C.  A.  Perrault,  night  pilotage  clerk,  salary,  $1,200,  bonus, 
$60;  T.  A.  Gauthier,  collection  clerk,  salary,  Apr.  16  to  Dec.  31,  1923,  $1,232,50, 
bonus,  $42.50;  G.  T.  Hamelin,  clerk,  salary,  July  3  to  Dec.  31,  1923,  $593.55; 
F.  J.  Maguire,  pilotage  clerk,  salary,  8  m.  to  Dec.  31,  1923,  $200 6,305  55 

Quebec  Pilotage  Office,  salaries  to  March  31,  1924:  F.  J.  Boulay,  assistant 
superintendent,  salary,  $1,800,  bonus,  $119;  J.  A.  Bedard,  pilotage  clerk, 
salary,  $1,560,  bonus,  $202;  A.  Hamel,  clerk-bookkeeper,  salary,  $1,260; 
J.  M.  Bernier,  clerk-bookkeeper,  salary,  $1,260;  A.  Legare,  messenger-clerk, 
salary,  $600,  bonus,  $94.50;  J.  A.  Asselin,  night  pilotage  clerk,  salary,  9  m. 
to  Dec.  31,  1923,  $900.  bonus,  $112.50;  A.  Marmen,  junior  clerk-stenographer, 
salary,  10  m.  to  Jan.  31.  1924,  $650,  bonus,  $262.50:  R.  Lachance,  Father 
Point,  pilotage  clerk,  salary,  April  20  to  Dec.  31,  1923,  $920.33,  bonus,  $104.58; 
T.  Simard,  pilotage  clerk,  salary,  April  1  to  April  17,  1923,  $73.66 9,919  07 

St.  John  Pilotage  Office,  salaries  to  March  31,  1924:  J.  C.  Chesley,  acting  super- 
intendent, salary,  $1,200  (see  correspondence) ;  J.  U.  Thomas,  pilotage  clerk, 
salary,   $1,470,    bonus,   $261 2,931  00 

St.  John  Pilotage  District,  pilots'  salaries  to  March  31,  1924:  Wm.  Alexander, 
$2,160;  J.  F.  Abbott,  $2,160;  J.  Bennett,  $2,160;  A.  Cline,  $2,160;  R.  Cline, 
$2,160;  J.  H.  Miller,  $2,160;  G.  W.  Miller,  $2,160;  Wm.  Murray,  $2,160; 
F.  M.  McKelvey,  $2,160;  B.  Rogers,  $2,160;  Wm.  J.  Spears,  $2,160;  Wm.  P. 
Traynor,  $2,160;  E.  Lahey,  $1,980;  Geo.  H.  Miller,  $1,080;  L.  N.  Doyle,  11 
<m.   to  Feb.   29,    1924,   $990 29,970  00 

St.  John  Jilots'  Pension  Fund,  12  per  cent  of  total  pilotage  dues  collected 5,759  94 

Sydney  Pilotage  Office,  salaries  to  March  31,  1924:  J.  D.  MacKenzie,  superin- 
tendent of  pilots,  $3,060;  H.  M.  Young,  pilotage  clerk,  $1,320 4,380  00 

Sydney  Pilotage  District,  pilots'  salaries  and  share  of  surplus  receipts,  12  m.  to 
March  31,  1924:  at  $100  m.,  $25,903.32,  at  $50  m.,  $3,185.48;  surplus  receipts, 
$11,495.03 40,583  83 

Sydney  Pilots'  Pension  Fund,  15  per  cent  of  total  pilotage  dues 6,323  10 

Bonus  to  5  retired  pilots  250  00 

C.G.S.  Jalobert:  Wages  of  officers  and  crew  to  March  31,  1924,  $11,590.22;  board 

of  officers  and  crew,  May  1  to  Dec.  31,  1923,  $3,432.83 15,023  05 

Advertising    in    various    newspapers < 473  16 

Acadia  Gas  Engines  Ltd.,  Bridgewater:    gas   engine,   complete,  $1,100;    freight, 

$15;    less   discount,   $275 840  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 69 

Administration  of  Pilotage — Concluded — Administration  du  pilotage — Fin  $      cts. 

Barrington,  John,  Shipbuilder,  North  Sydney :  1st,  2nd  and  3rd  payments  on  new 
pilot  boat  for  the  Pilotage  District  of  Sydney,  0.  C.  p.  c.  151,  $5,183.75; 
surf  boat,  as  per  contract,  $120  (see  correspondence) 5,303  75 

Boulay,  F.  J.,   assistant   superintendent,   disbursements:  postage   stamps,  $200; 

telephone  messages,  $208.50;  travelling  expenses,  $75.70;  sundries,  $17.33 501  53 

Canada  Steamship  Lines,  Ltd.,  Montreal,  office  rent  at  Quebec,  10  rooms,  15  m. 

to  March  31,  1924 2,483  80 

Caron,  The   Misses  (C.  and  Y.,  Father  Point,  board   of   pilots,   etc.,  9   m.   to 

Dec.  31,  1923 774  75 

Chesley,  J.  C.  acting  superintendent  of  pilots,  and  J.  U.  Thomas,  pilotage  clerk, 
St.  John,  disbursements:  coal,  13  tons,  $202.75;  boarding  boat,  $150; 
hardware.  $714.79;  oil.  $840.73;  provisions,  $942.91;  repairs  to  pilot  boats, 
$812.50;  insurance  premium  on  Monarchy,  $400;  office  rent,  $120;  wages 
of  cook,  apprentice,  seaman,  etc.,  $1,005.17;  gratuity  to  Mary  T.  Stone,  per 
resolution  of  Pilots,  $100 ;  sundry,  $136.16 ." 5,425  01 

Collingwood  Shipbuilding  Co.,  CoMingwood:  cast  steel  propeller  blades,  2  at 
$141;  eccentric  sheave,  strap  and  rod,  complete,  $198;  reverse  engine 
bracket,  $40 520  00 

Consumers   Cordage   Co.,   Montreal:    manila  rope,   3,184   lb.,   $644.40;    sundries, 

$21.43;  less  discount,  $45.37 620  46 

Davie  Shipbuilding;  &  Repairing  Co.,  Lauzon,  Levis:  overhauling  and  recon- 
ditioning C.G.S.  Polana,  as  per  contract,  $46,458,  less  paid  in  1922-23  (page 
0—142.  1922-23)  $41,812.20;  repairs  to  C.G.S.  Jalobert,  as  per  contract, 
$4,050;  extra  repairs  to  C.G.S.  Jalobert,  $1,295.29;  docking  and  sharing  C.G.S. 
Jalobert  in  Lome  Dry  Dock,  season  1923-24,  $377.70 10,368  79 

Imperial  Oil  Ltd.,  Montreal:  fuel  oil,  100,081  gal.,  $8,763.16;  rovalite  oil,  348.5 

gal.  at  23c;  barrels,  9  at  $5;  sundry,  $61.43 8,949  75 

Lavoie.  J.  B..  Father  Point:  repairs  to  Pilotage  Office  at  Father  Point,  $297.25; 
building  cesspool  and  installing  new  sewer  system  at  Father  Point,  $108.50; 
lowering  berths,  $20.50;  making  weather  covers,  $56;  repairs  to  lighthouse 
building,    $138 620  25 

Leehasseur,  Alexis,  Father  Point,  board  of  pilots,  April  1  to  Oct.  31,  1923 843  25 

Lindsay,  Ca.pt.  H.  St.  G.,  superintendent  of  pilots,  and  W.  J.  Ahem,  pilotage 
clerk,  Halifax,  disbursements:  coal,  $332.54;  dockage  of  pilot  boats,  $180; 
gasoline,  $631.83;  hardware,  $467.89;  insurance  of  pilot  boats,  $594;  laundry, 
$57.02;  launch  repairs,  including  labour  and  material,  $1,524.67;  provisions, 
$3,461.53;  postage  stamps,  $24;  telegraph  and  telephone  messages.  $192.73; 
water,  $29;  wagres  of  cooks  and  apprentices,  12  m.  to  'Mar.  31,  1924,  $3,727.29; 
sundries,  $312.69    11,535  19 

McKay,  Alex.  Co..  Ltd.,  Quebec:  machinery  repairs  to  C.G.S.  Jalobert,  as  per 

contract,  $2,951 ;  sundries,  $10.44    2,961  44 

MacKenzie,  Capt.  J.  D.,  superintendent  of  pilots,  and  H.  M.  Young,  pilotage 
clerk,  Sydney,  'disbursements:  advertising,  $11.73;  cleaning  offices,  $55; 
gasoline,  oil.  etc..  $653.80;  legal  expenses,  $183.75;  operating  pilot  boat, 
$63;  launch  hire,  $104;  repairs  to  pilot  boats,  etc.,  $848.75;  sundry  hardware, 
$380.78;  travel,  superintendent  and  pilotage  clerk,  $55.80,  pilots,  $272.50, 
sundry  travel,  $6.04;  exchange  service  and  telegraph  messages,  $171.35;  sun- 
dries,  $301.55 3,108  05 

Public  Works  Dept.:  use  of  Lome  Dry-Dock,  wintering  C.G.S.  Polana,  1922-23, 

$600 ;  supplying  fresh  water  to  C.G.S.  Jalobert,  $43.92 643  92 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware.  $1,075.33;  labour,  $612.99;  cleaning  offices,  $749; 
exchange  service,  $781.33;  freight  and  cartage,  $394.23;  miscellaneous, 
$5,603.49 9,216  37 

Public    Printing   and   Stationery    Dept.,    Ottawa:  printing,    $990.26;    stationery, 

$645.31 1,635  57 

Detailed  under  Maintenance  of  Lights,  $3,190.02;  Dominion  Steamers,  $459.04; 

Sorel  Shipyard,  $45.79 3,694  85 

259,853  45 
LESS-nLanding  mails  at  Rimouski,  season  1923.  for  Post  Office  Dept.,  $750; 
charged  to  Construction  of  Lights.  $28.80;  cheques  A306  to  338  charged  to 
fiscal  year  1922-23.  $9,354.90;  Halifax  Pilotage  Fund,  $69,097.49;  St.  John 
Pilotage  Fund,  $41,990.05;  Sydney  Pilotage  Fund,  $35,183.15;  Sydney 
Superannuation  Fund,  $6,663.11;  St.  John  Superannuation  Fund,  $6,009.45; 
Halifax  Superannuation  Fund,  $3.636.71 ;  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance, 
$2,153.70 174,867  36 

Total 84,986  09 


O— 70  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Wharves — Entretien  et  reparations  des  quais  $      cts. 

Advertising  dn  various  newspapers • 157  56 

St.  Irenee.  Pte-a-Pic  and  Cap-a4'Aigle — 

Donohue  Bros..  Ltd..  operating  the  Labrador  Electric  and  Pulp  Co.,  light- 

ing  wharves,  12  m.  to  Nov.  20,  1923 1,000  00 

Accounts  under  $50 30  25 

St.  John  West- 
Builders  Sales,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  fine  yarn  coir  rope,  4,127  lb  at  16c 660  32 

Cumberland  Railway  and  Coal  Co.,  Springhiill:  coal  at  $7  to  $7.75  per  t 1,478  08 

Accounts  under  $400 515  88 

Sault  Ste.  Marie— 

Dalley,  Geo.  A.,  clerk,  salary,  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,080,  provisional 

bonus  allowance,  $72 1,152  00 

Turner,  A.  R.,  wharfinger,  provisional  bonus  allowance 265  50 

Accounts   under   $50 362  32 

Stewart — 

Accounts  under  $500 512  70 

Windsor — 

Anderson,  Crierson  and  Pary  :  legal  services 573  82 

Wharves  under  $150,  $2,523.90;  wharves  generally,  $133.52 2,657  42 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $152.68;  station- 
ery, $17.37. 170  05 

Detailed  under  Construction  of  Lighthouses,  $36.63;  Dominion  Steamers,  $11.17; 

Maintenance  of  Lighthouses,  $282.66 330  46 

9,866  36 
Less — Charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lighthouses,  $22.50;  Provisional  Bonus  Allow- 
ance, $652.50 675  00 

Total 9,191  36 


Breaking  Ice  in  Thunder  Bay 
Brisement  de  la  glace  dans  la  Baie  du  Tonnerre 

Advertising  in  various  newspapers 167  44 

Canadian  Towing  and  Wrecking  Co.,  Fort  William:  breaking  ice  in  Thunder  Bay 
during  fiscal  year  1923-24  and  bringing  dn  lightkeepers  during  fall  of  1923 

according  to  contract  authorized  by  order-in-council  Oct  19,  1923 30,000  00 

Great  Lakes  Transportation  Co.,  Fort  William:  breaking  ice  in  Thunder  Bay 
during  fiscal  year  1922-23,  balance  of  contract  authorized  by  order-in-council 
Oct.  17,  1918 4,000  00 

Total    34,167  44 


Pensions  to  Retired  Pilots  and  Compassionate  Allowance  to  John  Davidson 
Pensions  aux  pilotes  en  retraite  et  allocation  de  commiseration  a  John 

Davidson 

Pensions,  $300  each.  12  m.  to  March  31,  1924:  A.  Asselin,  Adjutor  Baillargeon, 
Arthur  Badlargeon,  R.  Baquet,  C.  Bernier,  T.  Coriveau.  E.  Couillard,  E. 
Desrosier.  L.  T.  Delisle.  F.  X.  Demeules,  D.  Dumas.  Alfred  Gaudreau, 
John  I.  Irwine,  B.  Lachance,  J.  E.  Lachance,  J.  Lapointe,  A.  Larochelle, 
E  Larochelle.  L.  E.  Morin.  Jos.  Plante.  Aliphonse  Pouliot,  Joseph  Pouliot, 
H.  Raymond,  A.  T.  Simard,  V.  Vezina 7,500  00 

Pensions,  estate  of  Eugene  Anclil.  Feb.  23  to  IMay  31,  1923,  $80.36;  A.  Bernier, 
Apnil  1  to  Sent.  30.  1923.  $150.  estate  of  A.  Bernier,  Oct.  1  to  Nov.  30, 
1923.  $50:  L.  R.  Demers.  April  1  to  Sept.  30.  1923,  $150;  estate  of  L.  R. 
Demers  Oct.  1  to  Nov.  30.  1923,  $50;  F.  Gaudreau,  Dec.  18,  1920,  to  March 
31,  1924,  $986.29;  J.  V.  Gourdeau.  July  4,  1918.  to  March  31.  1924,  $1,722.58; 
A  Koenig,  Nov.  11,  1920,  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,016.67;  J.  A.  Lachance, 
Oct.  8.  1917.  to  March  31.  1924,  $1,944.36;  L.  Lachance.  Jan.  1  to  Dec.  31, 
1923  $300,  estate  of  L.  Lachance.  Jan..  1924,  $25;  Phileas  Lachance,  Aug.  5, 
1922,  to  March  31,  1924.  $496.77;  L.  H.  Lapierre.  June  29,  1920.  to  March 
31.  1924,  $1,126.67;  R.  Lachance,  April  4,  1918,  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,797.50; 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 71 

Pensions  to  Retired  Pilots  and  Compassionate  Allowance  to  John  Davidson  $       cts. 

— Concluded 
Pensions  aux  pilotes  en  retraite  et  allocation  de  commiseration  a  John 

Davidson — Fin 

Pensions — Concluded 

Joseph  LarocheUe,  June  19,  1907,  to  March  31,  1924,  $5,035;  N.  Lavoie,  May 
17.  1918,  to  March  31,  1924,  $1,762.10;  E.  Normand.  April  29,  1922,  to 
March  31.  1924.  $576.67;  A.  Pouliot,  April  1  to  June  30,  1923.  $75,  estate  of 
A.  Pouliot.  July  1  to  Sept.  30,  1923,  $75;  S.  Rioux.  Aug.  18,  1922,  to 
March  31.  1924.  $486.29;  J.  T.  St.  Laurent,  June  26,  1920,  to  March  31, 
1924,    $1,129.17 19,035  43 

Compassionate  allowance  to  John  Davidson  (voted) 500  00 

Total 27,035  43 

Patrol  of  Northern  Waters  of  Canada 
Patrouille  des  eaux  septentrionales  canadiennes 

Salaries:  J.  C.  Patterson,  investigating  titles  to  British  possessions  in  the  Arctic, 
12  mos.  at  $200;  Fritz  Johansen,  assistant  zoologist,  12  mos.  at  $190;  Lillian 
Hamilton,  stenographer  at  $80  per  m.,  $278.71,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $16.30.         4,975  01 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Dept.,  Ottawa,  printing  reports 2,950  17 

Accounts  under  $30  (6) 70  06 


7,995  24 
Less  charged  to  Provisional  bonus  allowance 16  30 


Total   7,978  94 


Allowance  to  Harbour  Master,  Amherstburg 
Allocation  au  maitre  de  port  a  Amherstburg 

Geo.  Gott,  services  rendered  as  supervisor  of  the  Amherstburg  buoy  service  for 

the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1924 600  00 

Scientific   Institutions:    Meteorological    Service 
Institutions  scientifiques :   Service  meteorologique 

Central  Office — Bureau  central 

Sir  R.  F.  Stupart,  director,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 4,800  00 

B.  C.  Webber,  assistant  director,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30,  1923 2,599  99 

A.  E.  Manning,  Sect'y  to  executive:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,530,  arrears,  $40; 

cost  of  living  bonus,  $236.25 1,806  25 

Magnetical  assistants,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  W.  E.  W.  Jackson,  $2,760;  W.  E. 

Ross,  $1,620 4,380  00 

Jas.  Young,  seismologist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 2,630  00 

F.  L.  Blake,  astronomer,  April,  1923 210  00 

Forecasters:  F.  O'Donnell,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,760;  A.  C.  Steedman,  May 

16,   1923  to   Mar.  31,   1924,  $1,577.42 4,337  42 

Statistical  clerks,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:   R.  McA.  Cameron,  $1,600,  cost  of 

living  bonus,  $162;  F.  B.  McMillan,  $1,080,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315 3,157  00 

W.  A.  Bannon,  map  draftsman,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $2,100;   cost  of  living 

bonus,  $60 2,160  00 

Observers,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  H.  A.  Small,  $2,100,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $60; 

C.  E.  Tweedie,  $2,100,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $60;  G.  S.  Trent,  $1,600,  cost  of 

living  bonus,  $162;  L.  F.  Gorman,  3  m.  to  June  30,  1923,  $100 6,182  00 

Climatologists,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  A.  J.  Connor,  $2,520;  E.  G.  McDougall, 

$2,070,  arrears,  $60,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $60 4,710  00 

P.  S.  Kerr,  assistant  climatologist :  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,560;  cost  of  living 

bonus,  $202 1,762  00 

J.  Patterson,  physicist,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 3,250  00 

W.  N.  Irwin,  departmental  printer:  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,380;  cost  of  living 

bonus,    $279 1,659  00 

Telegraph  operators,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  D.  O'Halloran,  $1,860;  D.  Urquhart, 

$1,860 3,720  00 


O— 72  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Scientific  Institutions:  Meteorological  Service^ — Continued  $       cts. 

Institutions  scientifiques :    Service  meteorologique — Suite 

Central  Office — Concluded — Bureau  central — Fin 

G.  A.  Bland,  assistant-librarian,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 1,200  00 

Harold  Bibby,  inspector  circumpolar  stations,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 1,440  00 

John  Hurst,  caretaker:    12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $1,080;    cost  of  living  bonus, 

$315 1,395  00 

Instrument  makers,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  G.  E.  Lucas,  $1,335,  cost  of  living 
bonus,  $279;  F.  White,  $1,230,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;  R.  Cumming, 
$915,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $91.68 4,147  68 

Clerks:  A.  F.  Allen,  $1,039.97;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;  M.  Bessy,  $1,140; 
arrears,  $70;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;  W.  G.  Carroll,  $1,080;  cost  of  living 
bonus,  $315;  D.  Douglas,  $900;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $262.50;  K.  B.  Fox, 
$1,140;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;  J.  Hennessey,  $900;  cost  of  living  bonus, 
$315;   L.  G.  Himsworth,  $900;    cost   of  living  bonus,  $315 9,322  47 

Messengers  and  charwomen:  A.  Burnside,  $322.50;  G.  Cooke,  $30;  W.  D.  Cox, 
$135;  J.  Dwan,  $144;  Wm.  Gaunt,  $126.25;  W.  Howe,  $156.25;  C.  B.  Mason, 
$54,  Mary  Riggs,  $559;  J.  Stevenson,  $195 1,722  00 

Bulletin  stations  (41) ,  $10  per  m 3,037  68 

Chief  Stations — Stations  principales 

Banff,  N.  B.  Sanson 1,000  00 

Edmonton,  Mrs.  E.  Owen,  $999.96;    cost   of  living  bonus,  $297 1,296  96 

Fredericton,  C.  C.  Jones,  $400;  Halifax,  W.  F.  Healy,  $399.96;   F.  P.  Ronnan, 

$649.92 ;    Superintendent   of   Signals,   $12.86 1,462  74 

Montreal,  Bursar  McGill  University,  $800;  Moose  Jaw,  J.  K.  Stevenson,  $1,200; 

cost  of  living  bonus,  $297 2,297  00 

Quebec,  V.  Ducheneau,  $113.66;   A.  Smith,  $2,100;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $63..         2,276  66 
St.  John,  R.  J.  Adams,  $1,020;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;   D.  L.  Hutchinson, 
$1,980;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $57;  R.  M.  Morrison,  $980;  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$94.50 4,446  50 

Sherbrooke,  Rev.  P.  A.  Begin,  $400;  Victoria,  W.  Burton,  $1,440;  cost  of  living 
bonus,  $261;  F.  N.  Denison,  $2,400;  P.  I.  Hope,  $600;  cost  of  living  bonus, 
$315;  P.  Langton,  $1,080;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $72;  D.  M.  Layton,  $1,035; 

cost  of  living  bonus,  $315 7,918  00 

Winnipeg,  Bursar  St.  John  College,  $300;  A.  Ough,  $1,680;  cost  of  living  bonus, 
$150;  A.  Palmer,  $900;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;   Wolfville,  W.  A.  Coit, 

$100;  H.  G.  Perry,  $266.66;  Woodstock,  Bursar  College,  $400 4,111  66 

Climatological   stations,    (69)    $2.08   to   $66.66   per   m 7,463  83 

Drum  stations,  (101)  $6.25  to  $18.75  per  m 8,212  89 

Rainfall  stations,    (175)    50c.  to  $8  per  m 6,266  00 

Special  Stations — Stations  speciales 
* 

Agincourt,  F.  Furnell,  $1,095 ;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $315 1,410  00 

Meanook,  H.  E.  Cook,  $900 ;   cost  of  living  bonus,  $315 1,215  00 

Telegraph  Stations — Stations  de  telegraphe 

Atlin,  A.  B.  Taylor,  $600;   Barkerville,  R.  L.  Murphy,  $500 1,100  00 

Battleford,  L.  P.  0.  Noel,  $500;  Bull  Harbour,  R.  Ainslie,  $125 625  00 

Calgary,  E.  H.  Hartshorn,  $500;   Cape  Race,  W.  A.  Garland,  $210;  J.  Kerton, 

$100;  C.  R.  Spracklin,  $90 900  00 

Charlottetown,  L.  Wright,  $166.66;    Chatham,  J.   C.   Cassidy,  $600 766  66 

Cochrane,   W.   McDouglas,  $500;    Cranbrook,   J.   F.   Smith,   $120 620  00 

Creston,  Dr.  G.  B.  Henderson,  $120;  Dawson,  J.  R.  Fraser,  $600 720  00 

Doucet,  J.  P.  Roberge,  $791.67;  Estevan,  W.  J.  Bowerman,  $75,  H.  R.  Dawe,  $15.  881  67 

Father  Point,  A.  S.  Lawson,  $400;  Harrington  Harbour,  A.  S.  Anderson,  $300...  700  00 

Kamloops,   L.  A.   Palmer,   $500 ;    Kalso,   J.   H.   Stubbs,   $120 620  00 

Kingston,  Bursar  Queen's  University,  $600;  Lethbridge,  V.  Mathews,  $120 720  00 

Medicine  Hat,  H.  H.  Hassard,  $500;  Minnedosa,  Mrs.  S.  J.  Wellwood,  $500....  1,000  00 

Nelson,  J.  S.  Goulding,  $300;  Ottawa,  L.  F.  Gorman,  $300 600  00 

Parry  Sound,  Mrs.  W.  R.  Foot,  $500;  Port  Arthur,  W.  P.  Cooke,  $600 1,100  00 

Port  Nelson,  S.  J.  Hazelwood,  $200;  Port  Stanley,  M.  Payne,  $500 700  00 

Prince  Albert,  R.  Fordham,'  $500;   Prince  Rupert,  H.  0.  Crewe,  $600 1,100  00 


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Scientific  Institutions:  Meteorological  Service — Continued  $       cts. 

Institutions  scientifiques:    Service  meteorologique — Suite 

Telegraph  Stations — Concluded — Stations  de  telegraphe — Fin 

Prospect,  Officer  in  charge  of  Military  Observatory 375  00 

Qu'Appelle,  F.  Amas,  S500;  Regina,  Officer  Com.  R.N.W.M.P.,  $240 740  00 

Saskatoon,  E.  S.  Eby,  $190;  South  Fort  George,  F.  E.  Lawrence,  $120 310  00 

Southampton,  A.  Tolmie,  $500;   South  West  Point,  G.  Lemieux,  $300 800  00 

Strathcona,  D.  D.  Macdonald,  $100;  Swift-Current,  A.  B.  Shaw,  $500 600  00 

Sydney,  R.  L.  Laffin,  $1,140 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $261 1,401  00 

The  Pass,  J.  A.  Keddie,  $500;  Vancouver,  J.  A.  Japson,  $100,  T.  S.  H.  Shear- 
men, $1,200,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $60 1,860  00 

Vernon,  A.  L.  C.  Madden,  $120;.  White  River,  J.  E.  Depew,  $400 520  00 

Yarmouth,  G.  D.  Blackador,  $238.33 ;  J.  E.  Murphy,  $361.67 600  CO 

Duty,    Express,    Freight — Droits,    messageries,    jret 

Canadian  National  Express  Company,  express  charges 696  11 

Accounts  under  $500 674  IS 

Miscellaneous — Divers 

Continental  Coal  Co.  Ltd.,  Toronto,  coal,  69.68  t.  at  $14.95 1,041  72 

Milnes  Coal  Co.,  Toronto,  coal  at  $12.50  or  $17  per  t 688  65 

Stupart,  Sir  R.  F.,  Toronto,  disbursements:  car  fares,  $97.52;  freight,  cartage, 
$1,047.49;  electric  light  and  power,  $560.54;  gas,  $262.88;  house  allowance, 
12  m.  at  $50;  kerosene  oil,  $45.48;  laundry,  $42.78;  postage,  $1,491.78; 
water  rates,  $159.40;  telephone  service,  $154.32;  hardware,  $115.57;  sundries, 

$659.11 ;  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue,  1924-25,  $118.27 5,355  14 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $230.38;  labour,  $480.04;  miscellaneous,  $1,879.09         2,589  51 

Instruments  and  Apparatus — Instruments  et  appareils 

Instruments  Limited,  Ottawa:  200  maximum  thermometers,  $1,158.75;  Cambridge 

thread  records,  127  lb.  at  $4.70;  express  charges,  $24.66;  sundries,  $30.22 1,810  53 

Ontario  Hughes-Owens  Co.,  Ottawa:   thermographs,  3  at  $80;  thermometers,  78 

at  $7.44 820  32 

Raw,  J.  Frank  Co.,  Toronto:   3  anemographs,  3  anemometers,  3  wind  gauges, 

$855 ;  vacuum  chambers,  $11 866  00 

Sterling  Rubber  Co.,  Guelph:   balloons,  35  at  $8.50,  228  at  65c,   552   at  60c; 

oostage,    95c : 777  85 

Accounts  under  $500:   labour,  $64.50;  miscellaneous;  $2,353.96 2,418  46 

Travelling  Expenses — Depenses  de  voyages 

F.  N.  Denison,  $105.01 ;  J.  Patterson,  $777.21 ;  R.  F.  Stupart,  $148.54 1,030  76 

Accounts  under  $100 594  96 

Telegraph  and  Telephone  Services — Services  du  telegraph  et  du  telephone 

Bell  Telephone  Company:  exchange  service  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  Toronto,  $187.92; 
director's  house,  $40.04;  forecaster's  house,  $36.96;  Burlington  Beach,  $33.88; 
Eastern  Gap,  $61.56;  Montreal,  $59.36;  Peterboro,  $24.60;  Quebec,  $55.44; 
assistant  director's  house,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30,  1923,  $21.36;  Parry  Sound,  10  m. 
to  Jan.  31,   1924,  $25.70 ;   sundry  messages,  $282.45 829  27 

Canadian  National  Telegraph   Co.,  telegraph  service 22,299  03 

Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Co.,  receiving  and  transmitting  weather  statistics, 
6  m.  at  $1,121.32,  6  m.  at  $721.32;  connecting  lines  for  time  ball  services 
at  Victoria,  12  m.  at  $5;  services  to  Grain  Exchange,  Winnipeg,  $2,085; 
cables,  Bermuda,  $1,172.16;  London,  $1,615.14;  Cape  Race,  $566.24;  rental, 
$10 ;  sundry  messages,  $124.47   16,688  85 

Hanson,  A.  G.,  Winnipeg:  compiling  weather  bulletins,  12  m.  to  Dec  31,  1923  at 

$45 ;    cartage   45c . 540  45 

Maritime  Telegraph  and  Telephone  Co.:  exchange  service,  Louisbourg,  $8; 
Sydney,  $55.20;  rent  of  metallic  circuit,  $11.25;  bulletin  service,  305  d., 
$3,704.85 ;  sundry  messages,  $15.87 3,795  17 

Telephone  Company  of  Prince  Edward  Island:  transmitting  weather  forecasts, 
12  m.  to  Dec  31,  1923,  stations, — 44  at  $28  per  an.,  4  at  $35  per  an.,  Prince 
Edward,  $28  per  an.,  Rural  Telephone  Co.,  $98;  rent  of  telephone*  at  Beach 
Point,  1  y.,  $32 1,530  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  telegraph,  $3,463.52 ;  telephone,  $944.85 4,408  37 


0—74  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Scientific  Institutions:  Meteorological  Service — Concluded  $      cts. 

Institutions  scientifiques :    Service  meteorologique — Fin 

Expenses  at  Stations — Defenses  aux  stations 

Duncan,  Chas,  Edmonton,  rent  for  house,  12  m.  to  June  30,  1924 540  00 

Macdonald,  W.  N,  Sydney,  rent  for  house,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1924 840  00 

McGill  University,  Montreal:   rent  of  observatory  and  office,   12  m.  to  Mar. 

31,  1924,  $600 ;  annual  grant  for  scientific  purposes,  $500 1,100  00 

Queen's  University,  Kingston,  annual  grant  for  scientific  purposes 500  00 

Accounts    under    $500:    labour,    $1,393.02;    rental,    $1,048.42;    postage,    $376.44; 

miscellaneous,  $4,970.55;  duplicate  payment,  $60  A.  E.  Morrison 7,848  43 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  stationery,  $2,291.05;  print- 
ing, $15,800.32 18,091  37 

Detailed  under:  Maintenance  of  Lights,  P.E.I.,  $17,  Nova  Scotia,  $5.40,  New 
Brunswick,  $29.79,  Quebec,  $32.16;  Construction  of  Lights,  $247.15;  Radio- 
telegraph Service,  $39.95   371  45 

237,111  64 
Less — Charged  to  Maintenance  of  Lights,  New  Brunswick,    $1.72;    Provisional 

Bonus  Allowance,  $8,233.93   8,235  65 

Total  228,875  99 


Steamboat  Inspection — Inspection  des  bateaux  a  vapeur 

Senior  Inspector:  N.  A.  Currie,  Halifax,  sal.,  $3,510,  disbursements,  $1,182.92: 
P.  W.  Lyon,  Toronto,  sal.,  $3,510,  disb.,  $1,429.33,  detailed  in  1922-23,  $22.73; 
H.  G.  Robinson,  Vancouver,  sal.,  $3,510,  disb.,  $773.50 13,938  48 

General  Inspectors:  R.  C.  Blyth,  Collingwood,  sal.,  $3,015,  disb.,  $916.38; 
W.  J.  Cullum,  Victoria,  sal.,  $3,240,  disb.,  $433.02;  C.  E.  Dalton, 
St.  John,  sal.,  $2,925,  disb.,  $903.31;  A.  Farrow,  Vancouver,  sal.,  $3,240, 
disb.,  $539.78;  J.  E.  Lunan,  Montreal,  sal.,  $3,015,  disb.,  $1,565.61;  W.  L. 
MacKenzie,  Toronto,  sal.,  $3,105,  disb.,  $1,260.62,  detailed  in  1922-23,  $30.34; 
B.  Manthrop,  Toronto,  sal.,  $3,240,  disb.,  $948  99;  J.  T.  Matthews,  Vancouver, 
sal.,  $3,240,  disb.,  $1,158.13,  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue,  1924-25,  $500;  J.  A. 
Samson,  Quebec,  sal.,  $3,195,  disb.,  $490.87;  T.  M.  Steven,  Vancouver,  sal., 
$3,195,  disb.,  $178.75;  J.  B.  Stewart,  Toronto,  sal.,  $3,015,  disb.,  $1,079.81, 
detailed  in  1922-23,  $14.29;  W.  J.  Vigars,  Port  Arthur,  sal.,  $3,240,  disb., 
$576.15    48,261  05 

Inspectors  of  Hulls  and  Equipment:  S.  D.  Andrews,  Collingwood,  sal.,  $2,760, 
disb,,  $253.98;  W.  R.  Bennett,  St.  John,  sal.,  $2,760,  disb.,  $419.15;  M.  R. 
Davis,  Kingston,  sal.,  $2,760,  disb.,  $676.08;  P.  Duclos,  Quebec,  sal.,  $2,760, 
disb.,  $392.28;  A.  McDougall,  Halifax,  sal.,  $2,760,  disb.,  $482.72;  D.  K. 
O'Brien,  Halifax,  sal.,  $2,760,   disb.,   $814.72 19,598  93 

Inspectors  of  boilers  and  machinery:  J.  T.  Gardham,  Montreal,  sal.,  $2,760,  disb., 
$104.09;  F.  K.  Hamelin,  Sorel,  sal,  $2,760,  disb,  $468.85;  D.  J.  Murray, 
Halifax,  sal,  $2,760,  disb.,  $1,076.88 9,929  82 

Inspector  of  Tackle:  J.  A.  Duval,  Montreal,  sal,  $1,200,  disb,  $88.57,  refunded 
to  Casual  Revenue,  1924-25,  $50,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297;  L.  A. 
Kenny,  St.  John,  acting,  Dec.  18-Jan.  31,  sal,  $181.45,  disb,  $8.76;  Thos. 
Hogan,  Charlottetown,  May-Dec,  sal.  at  $1.50  per  d,  $318;  J.  M.  Martin, 
St.  John,  sal,  $1,200,  disb,  $43.34;  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $297 3,684  12 

Stevens,  D.  J,  Halifax,  assistant  mechanical  engineer:  sal,  $2,580;  disb,  $422.49         3,002  49 

Belanger,  Regis,  Quebec:    sal,  $1,380;    cleaning  office   to  April,   1923,   7  m.   at 

$6 ;  travel,  50c. ;  provisional  bonus  allowance,  11m,  $255  75 1,678  25 

Clerks  or  clerk  stenographers:  T.  J.  Cahaline,  Halifax,  sal,  $1,500,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $261;  W.  A.  Fellows,  Halifax,  sal,  $1,200,  arrears,  $60,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $297;  Clotilde  Amyot,  Montreal,  sal,  $1,140,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $72;  Annie  E.  Atkins,  Collingwood,  sal,  $1,035, 
provisional  bonus  allowance,  $80.37;  Dorothy  Black,  Victoria,  sal.  to  Oct, 
$570.32,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $46.50;  Mae  Doherty,  St.  John,  4  d, 
$10;  H.  A.  Johnston,  Port  Arthur,  sal.  from  Aug.  18,  $596.13,  provisional 
bonus  allowance,  $51.64;  Gertrude  Matthews,  Vancouver,  sal,  $1,140,  bonus, 
$72;  H.  McPherson,  Toronto,  sal,  July  24-Dec.  23,  $399.99,  provisional  bonus 
allowance,  $23.40;*  Arthur  Murray,  Kingston,  sal.  from  May  1,  $880,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $86.57;  Charles  E.  Robidoux,  Sorel,  sal,  $1,080,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $315;  Winona  Ross,  Victoria,  sal.  from  Oct.  15, 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—75 

Steamboat  Inspection — Concluded — Inspection  des  bateaux  a  vapeur — Fin  $      cts. 

Clerks  or  clerk  stenographers — Concluded 

$443.87,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $38.45;  Helen  B.  Smalle,  St.  John, 
sal.,  $1,050,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $77.58;  L.  Verret,  Quebec,  sal., 
$1,080,  provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315;  Molly  Vise,  Toronto,  sal.,  $1,044.99, 

provisional  bonus  allowance,  $66 15,032  81 

Accounts  under  $200   , 496  10 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Dept.,  Ottawa:   printing,  $1,942.17;   stationery, 

$515.29 2,457  46 

118,079  51 
Less:     refund  from  owners  of  vessels  for  travel  re  inspection,  $3,927.64;  charged 

to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $2,652.26 6,579  90 


Total 1 11,499  61 


River  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Channel 
Chenal  de  navigation  du  fleuve  St-Laurent 

Office  Staff— Personnel  du  bureau   ($30,469.97) 

Forneret,  V.  W.,  superintendent  engineer,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31 5,100  00 

Cardin,  E.  B.,  asst.  employment  agent,  1  y.  to  Mar   31:  sal.,  $1,546.66;  arrears, 

$153.34 ;    provisional    bonus    allowance,    $208.22 1,908  22 

Champagne,  D.,  paymaster,   1   y.  to   Mar.  31:     sal.,    $2,020;    arrears,      $740; 

provisional  bonus  allowance,  $79.50    2,830  50 

Davy,  H.  W.,  asst.  hydrographer,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31 :  sal.,  $2,620;  arrears,  $140 2,760  00 

Jones,  F.  S.,  jr.  engineer,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31 2,040  00 

Kuhring,  P.,  jr.  engineer,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $1,950;  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance,   $62.25     2,012  25 

Lafleche,  A.,  asst.  hydrographer,  1  y.  to  iMar.  31:  sal.,  $2,620;  arrears,  $140 2,760  00 

McLean,  N.  B„  engineer,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31 3,720  00 

O'Dowd,  F.,  signal  operator,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31 120  00 

Robidoux,  L.,  clerk  stenographer:   sal.,  $1,070;-  arrears,  $70;   provisional  bonus 

allowance,  $315    ; 1,455  00 

Vanasse,  A.  P.,  employment  agent:   sal.,  $1,740;   provisional   bonus  allowance, 

$150    1,890  00 

Venables,  A.  K.,  Ottawa,  overseer  ship  construction,  June-Aug.,  3  m.  at  $225 675  00 

Wise,  F.  A.,  sr.  asst.  engineer,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31 3,180  00 

Miscellaneous— Divers   ($618,204.22) 

Advertising  in  various  newspapers 369  76 

Beland,  T.,  agent  and  H.  F.  Smith,  accountant,  Quebec,  disbursements:  labour  at 

$3  per  d.  or  40c.  to  65c.  per  h.,  $527.36 ;  sundry,  $90.86 618  22 

Bell  Telephone  Co.  of  Canada,  exchange   service  and  messages 721  36 

Canadian  Import  Co.,  Montreal,  coal  at  $7.50  or  $8.50  per  net  ton,  $57,504.13, 

stove   coal,  2  tons  at  $17 57„538  13 

Canadian  Vickers,  Montreal:   repairs  to  dredge  No.  16,  $5,010.61,  hopper  barge 

No.  S,  $74.72,  ss.  Sarnlite,  damaged  by  hopper  barge,  $150 5,235  33 

Collector  of  Customs,  Sorel,  inspection  fees 1,030  00 

Daneau,  E..  Sorel,  laundry,  May  25  to  March  11 1,207  60 

Forneret,   V.   W.,   supt.   engineer,   travel 747  99 

Giroux,  J.  H.  &  Co..  Limited,  Three  Rivers,  steam  coal,  139^  tons  at  $9.25,  stove 

coal,   2    tons   at   $15.50 1,321  38 

MoKinnon  Steel  Co,,  Sherbrooke,  structural  steel  work  for  one  steel  semaphore 

tower,   14,153   lb.  at  9^c 1,344  53 

.Madden  &  Son,  Quebec:  steam  coal  at  $8.50  per  ton,  $5,770.65;  hard  coal  at 

$17.50  per  ton,  $128.73;  cartage  and  bagging,  $159.87 6,059  25 

Mechan's    Limited,    Glasgow,    plumbing    supplies 1,858  44 

Swan,  A.  D.,  Montreal:  making  survey  of  harbour  of  Three  Rivers,  preparing 

plans  and  estimates.  18  d.  at  $75;  assistant,  33  d.  at  $12;  travel  and  outlay, 

$72.94    1,818  94 

Vanasse,   A.   P.,   employment  agent,    disbursements   for    outlay   and   travel    of 

officials,  $1,313.77;  refunded  to  Casual  Revenue,  1924-25,  $65.64 1,379  41 


0—76  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 


River  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Channel — Concluded  $       cts. 

Chenal  de  navigation  du  fleuve  St-Laurent — Fin 

Miscellaneous — Concluded — Divers — Fin 

Weaver,  F.  P.  Coal  Co.,  Montreal,,  coal  at  $7.50  per  ton 24,420  00 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $2,221.79;  labour,  $66;  miscellaneous,  $4,001.22  6,289  01 
Public  Printing  and  Stationery   Office,   Ottawa:   stationery,  $1,631.62;    printing, 

$30.97 ;    Parliamentary    publication,    75c 1,663  34 

Ship  Channel  Fleet  pay  lists:  wages,  $182,109.40;  board,  $53,312.76 235,422  16 

Detailed   under:    Sorel    Shipyard,   $232,827.23;    Dominion   Steamers,    $26,856.94; 

Construction  of  Lights,,  $9.65;  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec,  $4,465.55..  264,159  37 

643,664  19 

Less:  towing,  $180;  charged  to. — Sorel  Shopyard,  $988.50,  Dominion  Steamers, 
$14,165.50,  Maintenance  of  Lights,  Quebec,  $1,143,  Provisional  Bonus 
Allowance,  $814.97    17,291  97 

Total    626,372  22 

Sorel  Shipyard — Chantiers  maritimes  de   Sorel 

Office  Staff— Personnel  du  bureau  ($41,693.92) 

Lacouture,  L„  superintendent,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:    sal.,  $3,345;    arrears,  $180 3,525  00 

Baril,  M.  A.,  departmental  accountant,  grade  2,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:   sal.,  $2,100; 

provisional  bonus  allowance,  $60 2,160  00 

Blais,  C.  R.,  ship  draftsman.   1  y.  to  Mar.  31:   sal.,  $1,800;   provisional  bonus 

allowance,  $119    1,919  00 

Champagne,  O..  stores  clerk  to  Aug.  14  at  $80  per  m.,  $356.13;  provisional  bonus 

allowance,   $116.85    472  98 

Champagne,  Rene,  jr.  account  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:   sal.,  $900,  provisional 

bonus    allowance,    $315    1,215  00 

Chapdelaine,  H.,  timekeeper,   1   v.  to   Mar.  31:    sal.,  $900;    provisional    bonus 

allowance,  $315    1,215  00 

Chevrier,  A.  E..  account  clerk;,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $1,020;  provisional  bonus 

allowance,    $315    1,335  00 

Deguise,  L.,  ship  draftsman.   1  y.  to   Mar.  31:   sal.,  $1,440;    provisional    bonus 

allowance,    $261     1,701  00 

Desorcy,  J.  A.,  account  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:   sal.,  $1,140;   provisional  bonus 

allowance,    $315    1,455  00 

Dufault,  N..  jr.  account  clerk,  1  y.  to   Mar.  31:   sal.,  $900;   provisional  bonus 

allowance,   $94.50    994  50 

Emery,  H.,  sr.  clerk  steno.,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $1,680;  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance, $150    1,830  00 

Forcier,  J.  R.,  account  clerk,  1   yr.  to  Mar.  31:   sal.,  $1,140,  arrears,  $60,  pro- 
visional bonus  allowance,  $315 v 1,515  00 

Garceau,  L.,  jr.  clerk  typist,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $900;  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance,   $94.50    994  50 

Gendron,  Eugene,  ship   draftsman,  1   y.  to  Mar.  31:    sal.,  $1,320;   provisional 

bonus  allowance,  $279  1,599  00 

Goulet,  L.  R.,  clerk  steno.,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $1,140;  arrears,  $60;  provisional 

bonus    allowance,   $315    1,515  00 

Johnstone,  C.  E.  A.,  engineering  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31,  less  3  d.:  sal.,  $833.23; 

provisional  bonus  allowance,  $312.46    1,145  69 

Lacouture,  V.,  jr.  clerk  typist,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:   sal.,     $1,000;     arrears,     $55; 

provisional  bonus  allowance,  $315    1,370  00 

Lacroix,  A.,  timekeeper,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $900;  provisional  bonus  allowance,, 

$315     1,215  00 

Leclaire,  J.  P.,  sr.  account  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $1,680;  provisional  bonus 

allowance,    $150    1,830  00 

Lefebre,  A.,  jr.  account  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $900;  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance,   $315    1,215  00 

Lussier,  A.,  timekeeper,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.  $1,600;  provisional  bonus  allowance, 

$162    1,762  00 

Lussier,  L.,  jr.  mechanical  draftsman,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $1,080;  provisional 

bonus    allowance,    $315    1,395  00 

Masse,  Norman,  jr.  clerk-bookkeeper,  to  Dec.  31,  9  m.  at  $55;  provisional  bonus 

allowance,    $236.25    731  25 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 77 

Sorel  Shipyard — Continued — Chantiers  maritime^  de  Sorel — Suite  $       cts. 

Office  Staff— Concluded — Personnel  du  bureau — Fin 

Pratte,  Joseph,  sr.  stores  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $1,320;  provisional  bonus 

allowance,   $279 1,599  00 

Paquin,  L.  EL,  jr.  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.,  $900;  provisional  bonus  allow- 
ance,   $315    1,215  00 

£lante,  E.,  jr.  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.  ,$660;  prov.  bonus  allow.,  $315 975  00 

Rajotte,  J.  E..  jr.  account  clerk,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31:  sal.  $900;  prov.  bonus  allow- 
ance,   $315    1,215  00 

Wyllie,  Robert,  prin.  ship  draftsman,  1  y.  to  Mar.  31 2,580  00 

Wages  at  Shipyard — Gages  aux  chantiers  maritimes 

Simeon  Cofsky,  technical  adviser  a;t  $8  per  d.,  $2,372;  Albert  Dessert,  asst. 
or  clerk  to  technical  advisor  at  55c.  per  h.,  $505;  blacksmiths  at  35c.  to 
60c.  per  h.,  $8,011.01;  boilermakers  at  35c.  to  60c.  per  h.,  $23,960.65;  carpen- 
ters at  35c.  to  55c.  per  h.,  $50,136.97;  caulkers  at  45c.  per  h.,  $8,751.12;  carter 
with  horse  at  50c  per  h.,  $326.50;  carter  with  2  horses  at  $2  per  d.,  $104; 
cleaners  at  35c.  per  h.,  S449.64;  diver  at  $8  per  d.,  $28;  asst.  diver  at  $5  per 
d.,  $17.50;  apprentices  at  20c.  per  h.,  $312;  drawing  room  at  45c.  per  h., 
$554.42;  electricians  at  35c.  to  65c.  per  h.,  $11,960.10;  firemen  at  35c.  or  40c. 
per  h.,  $4,938.05;  foremen  at  $115  to  $160  per  m.,  $18,630;  gate  keeper  at  40c. 

,  per  h.,  $1,317.20;  helpers  at  35c.  to  45c.  per  h.,  $17,142.59;  joiners  at  45c.  to 
55c.  per  h.,  $10,726.79;  labourers  at  35c.  to  50c.  per  h.,  $48,021.86;  machinists 
at  35c.  to  65c.  per  h.,  $20,737.73;  launch  at  46c.  per  h.,  $27.60;  messengers  at 
25c.  to  35c.  per  h.,  $1,311.03;  painters  at  35c.  to  40c.  per  h.,  $7,146.40;  pumpers 
at  35c.  per  h.,  $640.50;  rivet  heaters  at  20c.  per  h.,  $336.60;  pattern  makers 
at  50c.  to  65c.  per  h.,  $1,426.85;  sewing  at  30c.  per  h.,  $819.60;  extra  help  at 
35c.  to  45c.  per  h.,  $4,685.86;  steamfitters  at  35c.  to  65c.  per  h.,  $9,558.85; 
watchmen  at  35c.  per  h.,  $5,481.35 260,438  77 

Miscellaneous— Divers,  ($146,812.80) 

Baile,  Andrew,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  chestnut  coal,  48^  gr.  t.  at  $10.85;  freight,  $189.64; 

exchange,  $16.11 731  98 

Beauchemin  &  Fils,  Ltd.,  Sorel:  castings,  steel  at  9.35c.  to  15.8c.  per  lb., 
$1,612.16;  aluminum  at  85c.  per  lb.,  $40.59;  special  hard  steel  bushings,  at 
30c.  per  lb.,  $1,026.90  2,679  65 

Cameron  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  white  oak  timber,  12x12  or  13x13  at  $100  to  $120 

per  M,  $3,501.86;  less  freight,  $1,448.40 2,053  46 

Canada  Metal  Co.,  Toronto,  babbitt,  1,073|  lb.  at  49c 526  02 

Canada  Wire  &  Iron  Goodte  Co.,  Hamilton,  wire  rope,  f-in.  to  f-in.  dia.,  6,000 

ft.  at  $7.05  to  $19.25  per  100  ft.,  $823.50;  reels.  $10.75;  less  discount,  $16.48..  817  77 

Canadian  Import  Co.,  Montreal:  coal,  steam,  at  $8.50  per  net  t.,  $18,428,  smith- 
ing at  $8.60,  $476.01;  run  of  mine  at  $8.95,  $2,818.36;  less  freight,  $543.60, 
less  switching,  $73.85 21,104  83 

Canadian  Laco  Lamps,  Ltd.:  laco  lamps,  1,540,  $366.60;  nitro  lamps,  288,  $190.74.  557  34 

Canadian  Liquid  Air  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  acetylene  at  2^c  per  cu.  ft.,  $406.90; 

' ;     oxygen,  at  He  per  cu.  ft.,  $757.13;  sundry,  $261.47 1,425  50 

Cardin,  Joseph,  Sorel,  elm  at  60c.  or  64c.  per  cu.  ft 6,968  48 

Consumers'  Cordage  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  manila  rope,  4,621  lb.,  $941.78;  tarred 

hemp,  %6-in.,  $94.35 ;  sundry,  $70  90 ;  less  discount,  $21.54 1,085  49 

Dominion  Wire  Rope  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  galv.  hoisting  rope,  ^-in.  to  lf-in., 
3,740  ft.,  $564.17;  galv.  chain  shackles,  240,  $125.48;  galv.  clips,  450,  $132.63; 
closed  sockets,  H-in.,  6  at  $8.10j  open  sockets,  lf-in.,  6  at  $19.70;  sundry, 
$25.76 ;  less  discount,  $19.91    994  93 

Drummond,  McCall  &  Co.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  marine  due,  565  lb.  at  12£c;  coke 
tin  plate,  20x28,  13  boxes,  $140.10;  dull  Canada  plate,  18x24,  10  boxes  at 
$5.60;  Russian  sheet  iron,  238  lb.  at  9c;  black  steel  sheets  at  $4.60  or  $5.20 
per  100  lb.,  $705.74;  machinery  bar  steel,  6,140  lb.  at  $4.90  per  100  lb.;  less 
freight  and  cartage,  $16.90 1,278  85 

Economic  Products,  Limited,  Montreal :  toto,  20  cases  at  $6,  6  cases  at  $7 ;  oil, — 
dynamo,  143^  gal.  at  28ic,  cylinder,  913  gal.  at  39c,  water,  49i  gal.  at  $1.15, 
water  white,  45  gal.  at  28c,  marine  engine,  1.200  gal.  at  60c;  barrels,  15  at 
.  $5;  less  freight,  $10.06 1,413  45 

Georgia  Turpentine  Co.,  Montreal:  turpentine,  364  gal.  at  $1.95;  drums,  4  at  $10.  749  79 

Guildford  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  Halifax,  packing  at  45c,  $1  or  $1.10  per  lb 545  90 


0—78  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Sorel  Shipyard — Continued — Chantiers  maritimes  de  Sorel — Suite  $       cts. 

Miscellaneous — Continued — Divers — Suite 

Imperial  Oil,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  Arctic  cup  grease,  1,713  lb.,  $115.84;  oil, — coal,  265 
gal.  at  20c.,  royalite,  at  20,  22  or  23c.  per  gal.,  $929.40,  summer  black,  at 
20  or  2Sic.  a  gal.,  $86.85,  colza,  45  gal.,  $12.33,  .cutting,  42  gal.  at  53c,  mobil, 
81i  gal.  at  84;|c,  air  compressor,  45  gal.,  $26.51;  gasoline,  160  gal.  at  26c, 
760  gal.  at  27c;  sundry,  $77.29;  less  freight,  $2.28 1,636  85 

Lalbelle,  Cyrille  &  Cie,  Sorel:  butcher  knives,  10-in.,  12  at  $1.40;  sash  cord, 
f-in.,  75  lb.  at  68c;  window  glass,  100  ft.  per  case,  8  at  $6.75;  boiled  linseed 
oil,  40%  gal.  at  $1.32;  Buffalo  matches,  3  cases  at  $14.08;  screw  pin  shackles, 
165,  $216;  cotton  pin  shackles,  40,  $77.75;  lead1  waste  pipe,  467  lb.  at  16£e.; 
soap,  5  cases  at  $6.85,  5  cases  at  $4;    overpaid,  $1;    sundry,  $1,320.38 1,964  00 

La  Cie  de  Chauffage  Economique,  Sorel:  castings, — gun  metal  at  27c  or  37c  per 
lb.,  $468.10,  yellow  brass  at  32c.  per  lb.,  $17.60,  cast  iron  at  3c,  5c  or  7c 
per  lb.,  $3,530.13;  copper,  at  40  or  42c.  per  lb.,  $35.06;  manganese,  at  39c, 
$31.98;  sales  tax,  $32.07;  less  overcharge  on  previous  purchase,  $6.66 4,108  28 

La  Cie  Electrique  de  Sorel:  rental  of  600  horse  power  at  $36.50  per  h.  p.  per  an. 

from  Mar.  1,  1923,  to  Jan.  31,  1924,  $20,075 ;  sundry,  $36 20,111  00 

L'Enterprise  Ltee,  Sorel,  white  pine  logs,  242',  13,114  lm.  ft.  at  45c 5,901  30 

Lavallee,  Alfred,  Sorel:  chestnut  coal  at  $15  to  $17.50  per  ton,  $1,751;  sacks,  1,090 

at  5c;  loading  and  carting  ice  from  river  to  ice  houses,  agreement,  $300 2,105  50 

Leclaire,  Abraham,  St.  Joseph,  hire  of  horse,  120^  d.  at  $1 120  50 

Lemoime,  P.  C.  Sorel:  cement,  at  $1,  $1.10  or  $1.15  per  bag,  $1,621.70;  turpentine, 

30  gal.  at  $1.70;  sundry,  $170.21 ;  less  bags  returned,  1,540  at  20c 1,534  91 

McArthur,  Irwin,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  boiled  linseed  oil  at  $1.08  or  $1.13  per  gal., 
$464.13;  brown  japan,  85  gal.  at  $1.50;  black  japan,  80.4  gal.  at  61c; 
sundry,  $63.55    704  23 

McAvity,  T.  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  St.  John:  copper  telegraph  cable  chain,  200  lb.  at 
26c;  Victor  valve  discs,  60,  $61.20;  marine  steam  cocks,  1£  in.,  flanged,  6  at 
$15;  steam  gland  cocks,  flanged  and  screwed,  li  in.,  5  at  $13.50,  2  in.,  4 
at  $25;  iron  sop  cocks  screwed  with  brass  plugs,  i  in.,  50,  $64;  inspirators,  3, 
$247.50;  lavatories,  2  at  $28.60;  sundry,  $308.58;  less  discount,  $1.36 1,046  62 

McColl  Bros.,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  fresh  water  cylinder  oil,  447  gal.  at  48c;  marine 
engine  oil,  675  gal.  at  60c;  barrels,  7  at  $5;  drums,  15  at  $8;  less  freight, 
$32.98    741  58 

National  Varnish  Co.  of  Canada,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  boiled  linseed  oil,  291%  gal. 
at  $1.25;  white  lead  in  oil,  4,000  lb.  at  12c,  6,000  lbs.  at  11.77c;  spar 
varnish,  25  gal.  at  $4.40 ;  sundry,  $32   1,693  06 

Paradis,  C.  O.,  Sorel:  coloured  cotton,  503  yd.  at  20c;  damask,  108  yd.  at  $1  ; 
linoleum,  355  yd.  at  75c;  serviettes,  50  doz.,  $125;  ticking,  89|  yd.  at  95c; 
sundry,  $207.57    892  61 

Peck  Rolling  Mills,  Ltd.,  Montreal:  angles,  13,220  lb.  at  $3.45  per  cwt.;  steel  at 
$2.90,  $2.95  or  $3.75  per  cwt.,  $613.58;  sundry,  $123.31;  less  freight,  $42.75; 
less  discount,  $1 .99  1,148  24 

Proulx,  A.,  &  Fils,  St.  Ours:  spruce,  11,066  ft.  at  $40;  pine,  3,284  ft.  at  $40; 
wild  cherry,  spruce  and  ash,  9,435  ft.  at  $35;  hay,  4,516  lbs.  at  $14  per  ton; 
less  freight,  $30   905  85 

Quebec,  Montreal  and  Southern  Ry.  Co.,  freight   3,937  03 

Rivet,  Joseph,  Sorel:  stones,  185  tons  at  $2;  gravel  sand,  343  tons  at  $2 1,056  00 

Sheppard,  James  &  Son,  Sorel:  B.C.  fir  at  $35,  $58  or  $65  per  M,  $3,398.15;  oak 
at  $100,  $125  or  $150  per  M,  $3,819.55;  pine  at  $70  per  M,  $621.25;  sundry, 
$10.38 ;   less  freight,  $578.10    7,271  23 

Simon,  J.,  Halifax:   manila  rope  at  $15,  $16   or  $16.35  per  100  lbs.,  $2,355.45; 

less  freight,  $31.14    2,324  31 

Steel   Co.   of   Canada,   Ltd.,   Montreal:    ship   spikes,    1,800   lb.,   $92.50;    sundry, 

$462.86    555  36 

Trempe  &  Frere,  Sorel:  cement  at  $1.03,  $1.10,  $1.15  or  $1.20  per  bag,  $688.45; 
packing  at  70c  or  $1.75  per  lb.,  $55.36;  sundry,  $260.21;  less  sacks  returned, 
605  at  20c 883  02 

Turcotte,  J.  C.  A.,  Sorel:  white  pine,  4,936.6  cu.  ft.  at  45c;  white  pine  logs, 
25,532  lin.  ft.  at  43c;  round  oak,  1,519.26  cu.  ft.  at  $1;  round  walnut,  244.52 
cu.  ft.  at  $1.25  15,025  14 

Turner,  J.  Spencer  of  Canada,  Ltd.,  Hamilton:   cotton  duck,  7  oz.,  317  yd.  at 

30ic,  12  oz.,  1 ,160  yd.  at  48^c ;  less  discount,  $13.23 648  16 

Webster  &  Sons,  Limited,  Montreal :  fire  bricks,  9,500  at  $73  per  M ;  less  freight, 

$118.50   575  00 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—79 

Sorel  Shipyard — Concluded — Chantiers  maritimes   de   Sorel — Fin  $       cts. 

Miscellaneous — Concluded — Divers — Fin 

Accounts  under  $500:  hardware,  $9,850.60;  miscellaneous,  $11,412.09 21,262  69 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $1,755.72;  station- 
ery,   $1,613.24    3,368  96 

Detailed  under:   Dominion  Steamers,  $1,286.40;   Maintenance  of  Lights,  Mont- 
real D.,  $50.18;  Construction  of  Lights,  $32.85;  Ship  Channel,  $988.50 2,357  03 

448,945  49 
Less:  services  and  material,  $17,329.63;  over  refunded  on  cheque  B  337,  20c; 
charged  to  the  following  services, — Maintenance  of  Lights,  M.D.,  $1,741.39, 
Nova  Scotia,  $139.97,  Parry  Sound,  $30.09,  N.B.,  $298.19;  Dominion  Steam- 
ers, $53,866.59;  St.  Lawrence  Ship  Channel,  $232,827.23;  Administration  of 
Pilotage,  $45.79,  Signal  Service,  $411.81;  Construction  of  Lights,  $201.70; 
Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $6,409.56;  charged  to  1924-25,  $11,283.81  (see 
correspondence)   '. 324,585  96 

Total  124,359  53 


Self  Propelling  Hopper  Barge — Barge  Hopper  a  propre  propulsion 

Canadian  Vickers  Limited,  Montreal,  construction  of  barge  according  to  con- 
tract, $274,000,  less  paid  in  1922-23,  $219,200  (page  0—166,  1922-23) 54,800  00 


Fisheries  Inspectors,  etc.:  Fisheries  Patrol  Service  and  Fisheries  Protection 

Service 
Inspecteurs  des  pecheries,  etc.:  Services  de  patrouillc  et  de  protection  des 

pecheries 

Fisheries   Inspectors,   etc.,   $368,644.76;    Fisheries    Patrol     Service,    $285,212.67; 

Fisheries  Protection  Service,   $153,331.65    807,189  08 


Salaries  and  Disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers  and  Guardians 
Traitements  et  debourses  des  fonctionnaires  et  des  gardes  des  pecheries 

Eastern  Fisheries  Division  and  Nova  Scotia  General  Account (Page  O — 79)  15,221  17 

Prince  Edward  Island    (Page  O— 80)  20,296  64 

Nova  Scotia  (Page  O— 80)  98,895  12 

New  Brunswick    (Page  0—81)  67,201  40 

Quebec  (Page  0—81)  282  90 

Central  Fisheries  Division    (Page  0—81)  1,467  45 

Manitoba  (Page  0—82)  12,842  01 

Alberta  and  Saskatchewan    (Page  0—82)  27,991  70 

British  Columbia    (Page  0—82)  86,634  63 

British  Columbia  General  Account (Page  0—83)  17,355  97 

General  Account  (Page  0—84)  20,455  77 

Total 368,644  76 


Nova  Scotia  General  Account  and  Eastern  Fisheries  Division — N ouvelle-Ecosse : 
Compte  general  et  division-est  des  pecheries 

Ward  Fisher,  division  inspector,  Halifax:  salary,  $3,270;  disbursements:  stamps, 
$276.54;  telegrams,  $406.72;  telephone  exchange  and  messages,  $167.56; 
travel  and  outlay,  $1,132.72;   freight,  $11.45;  sundry  outlay,  $81.98 5,346  97 

Office  Staff  to  March  31,  1924:  H.  F.  Joudrey,  salary,  $1,095,  bonus,  $315;  R. 
McKay,  salary,  $2,100,  bonus,  $60;  G.  M.  Murray,  salary,  $72.74,  bonus, 
$11.45;  M.  Redmond,  salary,  $1,005,  bonus,  $83.25;  B.  M.  Reid,  salary,  $615, 
bonus,  $94.50;  M.  R.  Roop,  salary.  $1,080,  bonus,  $315;  E.  G.  Sheppard, 
salary,  $458.67,  bonus,  $39.73;  R.  S.  Shreve,  salary,  $2,700;  P.  Hingston, 
office  boy,  $146.95;  G.  Penny,  office  boy,  salary,  $135.48,  bonus,  $14.79....        10,342  56 

Special  Guardians  to  March  31,  1924   298  45 

Sundry  outlay    166  91 

16,154  89 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 933  72 

Total    15,221  17 


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AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-i 


Salaries  and  Disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers  and  Guardians — Continued  $       cts. 
Traitements  et  debourses  des  f  onctionnaires  et  des  gardes  des  pecheries — Suite 

Prince  Edward  Island — He   du  Prince-Edouard 

District  Inspector  to  March  31,  1924— 

Gallant,  S.  T.,  Charlottetown :  salary,  $2,160,  bonus,  $60;  outlay,  $487.93..  2,707  93 

Overseers  and  Wardens  to  March  31,  1924  ($13,679.75)— 

Arsenault,  Wm.,  Grindstone:  salary,  $1,131,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $730.99 2,176  99 

Chiasson,  C.,  House  Harbour:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $519.56.  2,034  56 

McLellan,  P.  A.,  Souris:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $141.63;  outlay,  $652.50 1,994  13 

Palmer,  C.  R.,  Roseville:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $60;  outlay,  $899.80 2,159  80 

Shaw,  J.  C.,  Brackley  Beach:  salary,  $1,185,  bonus,  $300.82;  outlay,  $713.78  2,199  60 
Squarebriggs,    R.   W.,   Summerside :    salary,   $1,020,    bonus,   $83.25;    outlay, 

$798.25    1,90150 

Office  Staff:    R.  K.   McDonald,  salary,  $73.38;    H.  L.  Moren,  salary,  $1,065, 

bonus,    $74.79    1,213  17 

Special  Guardians  to  March  31,  1924 4,872  21 

Accounts  under  $500:  express  and  freight,  $35.04;  miscellaneous,  $352.20 387  24 

21,647  13 

Less  :   Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 1,350  49 

Total    20,296  64 


Nova  Scotia — Nouvelle-Ecosse 

District  Inspectors  to  March  31,  1924  ($9,332.93)— 

McLeod,  A.  G.,  Whitney:  salary,  $2,160,  bonus,  $60;  outlay,  $922.42 3,142  42 

Marshall,  H.  H.,  Digby:  salary,  $2,160,  bonus.  $60;   outlay,  $1,257.23 3,477  23 

Sutherland,  D.  H.,  Pictou:  salary,  $1,890,  bonus,  $76.98;   outlay,  $746.30...  2,713  28 

Overseers  and  Wardens,  to  March  31,  1924  ($66,203.04)— 

Arnold,  E.  M.,  Kempville:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $603.85 2,100  85 

Aymar,  W.  H.,  Meteghan:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $506.01....  2,063  01 

Chute,  E.  D.,  Canada  Creek:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $556.65..  2,113  65 

Day,  A.  C,  Arndale:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $780.11 2,277  11 

D'Entremont,  J.  G.,   Middle  Pubnico:   salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297,  outlay, 

$700.68    2,257  68 

Evans,  A.  J.,  Chester:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $560.51 2,117  51 

Fraser,  E.  D.,  Pictou;:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297,  outlay,  $683.95 2,180  95 

Fraser,  W.  E.,  Liverpool:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $701.70 2,258  70 

Harris,  W.  G.,  Harbour  Road:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $773.78.  2,270  78 

Hollis,  C.  C,  Pugwash:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $587.71 2,084  71 

Keating,  R.  T.,  Eureka:   salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $637.19 2,134  19 

Kitchen,  T.  H.,  Sidney:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $198.25;  outlay,  $747.12 2,145  37 

Locke,  H.  G.,  Lockeport:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $633.90 2,130  90 

McAulay,  Wm.,  Catalone:  salary,  $1,065,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $640.20....  2,020  20 

Morgan,  E.,  Bear  River:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $674.20 2,231  20 

Murphy,    A.    J.,    Margaree    Harbour:    salary,    $1,140,    bonus,    $72;    outlay, 

$761.25    1,973  25 

Naas,  W.  J.,  Lunenburg:  salary,  $1,125,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $588.77 2,028  77 

OToole,  J.  M.,:  Beddeck:  salary,  $1,185,  bonus,  $301.50;   outlay,  $696.45...  2,182  95 

Pettis,  D.  M.,  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297 ;  outlay,  $556.40 2,053  40 

Pothier,  A.  A.,  Guysboro:   salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $647.30....  2,144  30 

Quinn,  E,  L.,  Sonora:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus.  $297;  outlay,  $509.90 2,006  90 

Rathbone,  C.  F.  A.,  Hortonville:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297,  outlay,  $387.50  1,944  50 

Sampson,  R.  F.,  L'Ardoise:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $668.44....  2,165  44 

Sheppard,   E.,   Digby :    outlay 33  35 

Smith,  P.  W.,  Port  Hood:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $857.32....  2,354  32 

Smith,  R.  S.,  Pugwash:  salary,  $1,110,  bonus,  $315;    outlay,  $550.91 1,975  91 

Stoddart,  H.  K.,   Lower  Shag  Harbour:   salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;    out- 
lay,  $570.85    2,127  85 

Thurgood,  A.  E.,  Arichat:  salary,  $1,170,  bonus,  $306;  outlay,  $633.77 2,109  77 

Torrie,  G.  E.,  Digby:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $855.80 2,412  80 

Westover,  S.,  Black  Point:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $636.89 2,133  89 

Wilkie,  A.  K.,  Sugar  Loaf:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $642.03 2,139  03 

Young,  C.  A.,  Liverpool:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $472.80 2,029  80 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


0—81 


Salaries  and  Disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers  and  Guardians — Continued  $      cts. 
Traitements  et  debourses  des  f  onctionnaires  et  des  gardes  des  pecheries — Suite 
Nova  Scotia — Concluded — Nouvelle-Ecosse — Fin 

Office  Staff:  M.  F.  Harris,  salary,  $1,140,  bonus,  $72;  G.  Sargant,  salary,  $1,140, 

bonus,  $72;  I.  Williams,  salary,  $1,193.32,  bonus,  $71.70 3,689  02 

Special  Guardians:  wages  and  disbursements  to  March  31,  1924 28,384  89 

Express,  $173.51 ;  freight,  $20.24 ;  sundry  outlay,  $454.92 648  67 

108,258  55 

Less — Charged  to   Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 9,363  43 

Total    98,895  12 


New  Brunswick — Nouveau-Brunswick 

District  Inspectors  to  March  31,  1924  ($8,787.10)— 

Calder,  J.  F.,  Campobello:  salary,  $2,160,  bonus,  $60;  outlay,  $1,129.89....  3,349  89 

Crocker,  R.,  Newcastle:  salary,  $1,920,  bonus,  $63;   outlay,  $969.20 2,952  20 

Harrison,  H.  E.,  Fredericton:  salary  $2,160,  bonus,  $60;  outlay,  $265.01....  2,485  01 

Overseers  and  Wardens  to  March  31,  1924  ($43,361.12)— 

Arsenault,  A.  J.,  Tracadie:   salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $664.80....  2,161  80 

Barnes,  B.,  Salesbury:   salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;    outlay,  $552.97 2,049  97 

Batson,  F.  A.,  Campobello:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $301.95 1,798  95 

Bell,  J.  T.,  Gagetown:  salary,  $1,125,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $254.93 1,694  93 

Bell,  T.,  Chatham:    salary,  $1,185,   bonus,   $198.62;    outlay,   $1,029.70 2,413  32 

Breau,  H.,  Butouche:  salary,  $1,185,  bonus,  $272.10;  outlay,  $809.62 2,266  72 

Brittain,  B.  B.,  St.  John:  salary,  $1,155,  bonus,  $310.50;  outlay,  $715.34 2,180  84 

Cassidy,  H.  J.,  West  Bathurst:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $613.70..  2,110  70 

Conley,  H.  J.,  Beaver  Harbour:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $599.63..  2,096  63 

Fournier,  J.  E.,  Campobello:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $738.25 2,235  25 

LeBlanc,  J.  U.,  Grand  Anse:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay.  $597.21 2,094  21 

Landry,  L.  J.,  Grand  Anse:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297,  arrears,  1922-23,  $243; 

outlay  $714.55   2,454  55 

Long,  R.  G.,  Richibucto:  salary,  $1,020,,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $741.53 2,076  53 

MoNally,  A.  C„  Lower  French  River:  salary,  $1,140,  bonus,  $315;   outlay, 

$378.76    1,833  76 

Mark,  E.,  Newcastle:   salary,  $1,035,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $653.76 2,003  76 

Mersereau,  W.  L.,  Woodstock:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $425.90..  1,922  90 

Parker,  L.  H.,  Upper  Digby:  salary,  $1,065,  bonus,  $74.79;  outlay,  $631.65..  1,771  44 
Prescott,   C.   G.,   Baie  Verte:    salary,,   $1,200,   bonus,   $297,   arrears    1922-23, 

$51.60;    outlay,   $507.80    2,056  40 

Rigby,  O.  A.,  St.  Andrews:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $716.60....  2,213  60 
Robertson,   J.   A.    D.,    Grand    Falls:    salary,    $1,095,    bonus,    $315;    outlay, 

$388  90    .  1  798  90 

Williston,  M.  W.,  Bay  du  Vin:  salary,  $1,080.  bonus,'  $315;   outlay, "$730.96  2,'l25  96 

Office  Staff:   C.  Lawlor.  salary,  $990,  bonus,  $83.25;   H.  E.  McDonald,  $1,005, 

bonus,    $83.25    2,161  50 

Special  Guardians:   wages  and  disbursements  to  Mar.  31.   1924 18,955  87 

Accounts  under  $500 ;  express,  $83.49 ;  miscellaneous,  $509.43 592  92 

73,858  51 

Less  charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 6,657  11 

Total  67,201  40 

Quebec — Quebec 

Sundry    outlay 282  90 

Central  Fisheries  Division — Division  centrale  des  pecheries 

Davidson,  G.  S.,  division  inspector,  salary,  3  mos.  $720;   outlay,  $232.45 952  45 

Thompson,  S.  H.,  principal  clerk-bookkeeper,  salary,  $510,  bonus,  $15 525  00 

Small  accounts    5  00 

1,482  45 

Less— Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 15  00 

Total  1,467  45 


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0—82  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Salaries  and  Disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers  and  Guardians — Continued  $       cts. 
Traitements  et  debourses  des  f  onctionnaires  et  des  gardes  des  pecheries — Suite 

Manitoba 

District  Inspector  to  March  31,  1924— 

Skaptason,  J.  B.,  Selkirk:   salary,  $1,890,  bonus,  $76.98;    outlay,   $891.81..  2,858  79 

Overseers  and  Wardens  to  March  31,  1924  ($10,301.20)— 

Bryan,  H.   M.,   Marble  Ridge :    outlay 214  35 

Goodman,  A.  J.,  Riverton:  salary,  $1,125,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $835.68 2,275  68 

Lindal,  J.„  Lindar:   salary,  $1,050,  bonus,  $315;   outlay,  $754.26 2,119  26 

McAulay,  K.  W.,  Winnipegosis :  salary,  $1,050,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $822.83  2,187  83 

Stevenson,  E.  H.,  Le  Pas:  salary,  $1,320,  bonus,  $279;  outlay,  $450.08 2,049  08 

Howell,  F.,  clerk,  salary,  $1,140,  bonus,  $315 1,455  00 

Special  Guardians:  wages  and  disbursements  to  March  31,  1924 1,229  30 

Express    * 68  70 

14,457  99 

Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 1,615  98 

Total    12,842  01 


Alberta  and  Saskatchewan — Alberta  et  Saskatchewan 

District  Inspectors  to  March  31,  1924  ($5,090.50)— 

McDonald,  G.  C.  Edmonton:  salary,,  $2;280,  bonus,  $60;   outlay,  $987.65..  3,327  65 

Rodd,  R.  T.,  Edmonton:   salary,  $700,  bonus,  $62,50;   outlay,  $398.90 1,161  40 

Willison,  J.  D.,  Edmonton:  salary,  3  mos.,  $540;  bonus,  $15;  outlay,  $46.45  601  45 

Overseers  and  Wardens  to  March  31,  1924  ($21,006.90)— 

Bannister,   W.   H..   Beaver   Crossing:    salary,    $1,200,    bonus,    $297;    outlay, 

$802.96    2,299  96 

Holmes,   J.   H.,  special    guardian:     salary,     $1,125,    bonus,    $315;     outlay, 

$294.56    1,734  56 

Isley,  C.  W.,  Meto :  salary,  $1,215,  bonus,  $297,  outlay,  $843.20 2,355  20 

McNichol,  D.,  Wardena:   salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;   outlay,  $710.60 2,207  60 

Maxwell,  T.,  Big  River:  salary,  $1,200,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $652 2,149  00 

Mills,  C.  E..  Leba  Berch:  salary,  $1,140,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $906.35 2,361  35 

Pettit,  P.  S.,  Fort  Qu'Appelle:    salary,  $1,170,  bonus,  $66;   outlay,  $580.64.  1,816  64 

Richardson,  D.  A.,  Calgary:  salary,  $1,140,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $513.52....  1,968  52 

Rowan,  W.,  Silton:    salary,  $680,  bonus,  $210;    outlay,  $36237 1,252  37 

Travers,  S„  Emilda:   salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;    outlay,  $849.05 2,406  05 

Wade,  W.  W.,  Long  Lake:  salary,  $270,  bonus,  $78.75;  outlay,  $106.90 455  65 

Office  Staff:  J.  E.  Sinclair,  salary,  $1,020,  bonus  $56.25;  G.  Spargo,  salary,  $803.11, 

bonus,  $279.44 ;  outlay,  $67.75   2,226  55 

Special  Guardians:  wages  and  disbursements  to  March  31,  1924 2,549  65 

Express,  $124.62;  sundry  outlay,  $251.42 376  04 

31,249  64 

Less  :    Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 3,257  94 

Total   27,991  70 


British  Columbia — C olombie-Britannique 

Motherwell,  J.  A.,  division  inspector,  Vancouver:  salary,  $3,270;  disbursements: 
cartage,  $858.39;  customs  duty,  $788.96;  firing  bombs,  $161;  horse  hire, 
$120;  laundry,  $64.65;  meals,  273  at  35c;  rent  of  house,  $50;  stamps,  $533.72; 
telegrams,  $1,603.61;  telephone  exchange  and  messages,  $550.61;  travel  and 
outlay,  $4,796.97;  freight  and  express,  $1,574.13;  sundry  outlay,  $229.77....        14,697  36 

District  Inspectors  to  March  31,  1924  ($11,721.35)— 

Halladay,    A.    P.,    New    Westminster :    salary,    $2,280,    bonus,    $60;    outlay, 

$1,971.68 4,311  68 

Mackie,  A.,  Prince  Rupert:  salary,  $1,890,  bonus,  $76.98;   outlay,  $1,446.75.         3,413  73 
Taylor,  E.  G.,  Nanaimo:  salary,  $2,280,  bonus,  $60;   outlay,  $1,655.94 3,995  94 

Overseers  and  Wardens  to  March  31,  1924  1^42,982.07)— 

Beadnell,  H.  M.,  Comox:  salary,  $1,380,  bonus,  $279,  outlay,  $1,577.75 3,236  75 

Boyd,  J.,  Bella  Bella:  salary,  $1,380,  bonus,  $279;  outlay,  $430.12 2,089  12 

Cameron.   D.   S.,  Prince   Rupert:    salary,  $926.77,  bonus,    $286.21;     outlay, 

$345.45 1,558  43 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—83 

Salaries  and  Disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers  and  Guardians — Continued  $       cts. 

Traitements  et  debourses  des  f  onctionnaires  et  des  gardes  des  pecheries — Suite 

British  Columbia — Concluded — C olombie-Britannique — Fin 

Overseers  and  Wardens — Concluded 

Campbell,  J.  F.,  Prince  George:  salary,  $1,050,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $685.85.  2,050  85 

Collison,  J.  M.,  Cowichan  Bay:  salary,  $1,065,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $233.95...  1,613  95 

Colvin,  R.  M.,  Victoria:  salary,  $1,380,  bonus,  $279;  outlay,  $701.35 2,360  35 

Easton,  A.  A.,  Duncan:  salary,  $1,110,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $566.21 1,991  21 

Gartrell,    Geo.    M.,    Summeriand:    salary,    $1,260,    bonus,    $297;     outlay, 

$1,660.98 3,217  98 

Hill,  J.  L.,  Quesnel:  salary,  $1,260,  bonus,  $297;  outlay,  $1,577.85 3,134  85 

Hutchinson,  J.  F.,  Prince  Rupert:  salary:  $1,440,  bonus,  $261;  outlay,  $17.55  1,718  55 
Lloyd,  A.  F.,  Quathiaski:   salary,  $1,380,  bonus,  $279;    travel   and  outlay, 

$32&50 1,985  50 

McLeod,  M„  Torino:  salary,  $1,050,  bonus,  $315;  outlay,  $1,219.55 2,584  55 

Newland,  A.,  Pender  Harbour:  salary,  $950.68,  bonus,  $209.25;  outlay,  $399.14  1,559  07 

Robinson,  C.  H.,  guardian:   salary,  $1,140,  bonus,  $72;    outlay,  $545.17....  1,757  17 

Sangstad,  R.,  Rivers  Inlet:  salary,  $1,380,  bonus,  $279;   outlay,  $618.40....  2,277  40 

Scott,   E.,   Hope:    outlay 178  00 

Shotton,  H.,  Kamloops:  salary,  $1,380,  bonus,  $279;  outlay,  $1,844.25 3,503  25 

Tait,  J.  F.,  Albert  Bay:  salary.  $1,365,  bonus,  $279;  outlay,  $298.40 1,942  40 

Urseth,  J.,  Bella  Bella:   salary,  $935,  bonus,  $288.75;    outlay,  $556.05 1,779  80 

Wood,  J.  B.,  Port  Alberni:  salary,  $1,561.77,  bonus,  $279;  outlay,  $602.12..  2,442  89 

Office  Staff:— E.  Covalier,  salary,  $145.16;  C.  E.  Barnwell,  salary,  $960,  bonus, 
$83.25;  J.  Gawthorn,  salary,  $179.03;  N.  Hassard,  salary,  $705,  bonus,  $94.50; 
E.  H.  McArthur,  salary,  $720,  bonus,  $94.50;  B.  E.  Palmer,  salary,  $950, 
bonus,  $82.90;  H.  E.  Palmer,  salary,  $960,  bonus,  $315;  H.  W.  Strong,  salary, 
$1,035,  bonus,  $315;  V.  B.  Taylor,  salary,  $352.50;  A.  Frederick,  powder- 
man,  salary,  $10.50 ;  H.  F.  Douglas,  salary,  $45.16 7,047  50 

Special  Guardians :   wages  and  disbursements  to   March  31,  1924 18,931  11 

Miscellaneous  ($3,980.13)— 

Advertising  in   various   newspapers . . .  246  16 

Hitt  Fireworks  Co..  Seattle :   maroon  signals 828  00 

Detailed  in.—  Fish  Culture,  $25.10;  Fisheries  Patrol  Service,  $132.99;  Fisheries 

Protection  Service,  $16 174  09 

Accounts  under  $500:  boundary  maps,  $718.50;  express,  $334.42;  fuel,  $335.45; 

sundry,   $1,343.51    2,731  88 

99,359  52 
Less— Charged  to,— Fish  Culture,  $3,447;   Fisheries  Protection  Service,  $85.30; 
Fisheries  Patrol  Service,  $2,509.18;  Building  Fishwavs  and  Clearing  Rivers, 
$268.69;  Inspection  of  Canned  and  Pickled  Fish,  $29.38;  Provisional  Bonus 
Allowance,  $6,385.34 12,724  89 


Total   86,634  63 


British  Columbia:  General  Account — C olombie-Britannique :  Compte  general 
Found:  G.  F.,  Collector  of  Revenue:  salary,  $1,890,  bonus,  $76.98;  P.  Abecrombie,, 
salary,  $38.62;  W.  M.  Chapman,  salary,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60;  T.  Dinemore, 
salary,  $7.74;  M.  C.  Durick,  salary,  $160;  H.  B.  Fisher,  salary,  $600,  bonus, 
$65.50;  M.  C.  Gamon,  salary,  $450,  bonus,  $70.83;  F.  Harrison,  salary,  $2,640; 
I.  Jones,  salarv,  $2.58;  V.  Lander,  salarv,  $10.32;  V.  Marshall,  salary,  $165.16; 
D.  E.  McMeans.  salary,  $158.06,  bonus,  $24.88;  E.  C.  Mitchel,  salary,  $1,080, 
bonus,  $72;  K.  F.  Phipps,  salarv,  $975,  bonus,  $56.25;  J.  K.  Raphael,  salary, 
$2,040,  bonus,  $60;  R.  Reid.  salarv,  $37.33;  T.  B.  Stoddart,  salary,  $600, 
bonus,  $315;  C.  Sweeten,  salary,  $99.49;  T.  Tavlor,  salary,  $1,080,  bonus, 
$72;  A.  J.  Whitmore,  salary,  $1,425;  F.  Woolf,  salary,  $184.09,  bonus.  $15.95; 

W.  E.  Maiden,  salary,  $183.26;   F.  J.  Simpson,  salary,  $473.73 17,229  77 

Miscellaneous  ($1,014.59)— 

Accounts    under    $500:    blue    prints,    $205.13;    express,    $566.05;    sundries, 

$181.42 952  60 

Detailed   in, — Fisheries   Protection  Service,   $16;    Fisheries   Patrol   Service, 

$46.99    62  99 

18,245  36 
Less — Charged   to   Provisional   Bonus   Allowance 889  39 

Total  17,355  97 


* 
O— 84  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Salaries  and  Disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers  and  Guardians — Concluded  $      cts. 

Traitements  et  debourses  des  fonctionnaires  et  des  gardes  des  pecheries — Fin 

General  Account — Compte   general 

Accounts  under  $500;    freight   and  express,   $116.52;    renewal   receipt    on   bond 

29241,  and  additional  endorsements  for  same,  $284.43;   sundries,  $58 458  95 

Public    Printing    and    Stationery    Department,    Ottawa:    stationery,    $3,875.81; 

printing,   $15,704.01,   3   Smith   Premier   typewriters,   $417 19,996  82 

Total 20,455  77 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries 

Fisheries  patrol  boats,  as  detailed  on  pages  0—84  to  0—93 285,212  67 

Akaski 

Salaries:  B.  J.  Cliff,  engineer,  at  $110  per  m.,  $456.56;  W.  Muir,  patrolman,  at 

$115  per  m.,  $469.65 926  21 

Cliff,  B.  J.,  Naas  River,  hire  of  launch  Akaski,  June  11th  to  Oct.  15th  (inc.), 

at  $10  per  d 1,270  00 

Accounts  under  $400 :— fuel,  $357.72 ;  sundry,  $50.75 408  47 

Total  2,604  68 

Annie  C. 

McRae,  G.,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $374.68;    engineers,   at  $110  per  m., — 

G.   Freeman,  $35.49,   W.   Rudge,   $322.90 733  07 

Accounts  under  $500: — fuel,  $56.73;  hire  of  launch  Annie  C,  at  $5  per  d.,  $495; 

sundry,  $26.85    578  58 

Total   1,31165 

Black  Raven 

Advertising  in  various  publications 87  46 

A.  F.  Yates,  captain,  at  $165  per  m.,  $660;   engineers  at  $125  per  m.,— W.  J. 

Barrett,  $125,  A.  E.  Stocks,  $1,213.71 1,998  71 

Imperial   Oil,   Limited,   Vancouver:    gasoline,   3,033    gal.,   $885.31;    mobiloil,    96 

gal.,  $119.54;  sundries,  $24.63 1,029  48 

Accounts  under  $200:— fuel,  $96.78;  labour,  $57.84;  repairs,  $178;  sundry,  $344.66.  677  28 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia 95  93 

Total  3,888  86 

Bonilla 

Patrolmen,  at  $140  per  m.:  A.  S.  Kerr,  $471.33,  P.  R.  Smith,  $149.33;  wages  of 

crew  at  $90  to  $110  per  m.,  $945.30 1,565  96 

Acadia  Gas  Engines,  Limited,  Bridgewater,  engine  and  whistle   outfit,  $2,050; 

valves,  $26 2,076  00 

Imperial    Oil,    Limited,    Vancouver:     distillate,    1,206    gal.,    $228.77;    gasoline, 

>  2,770  gal.,  $794.60;   oil,  137  gal.,  $121.90;   sundry  supplies,  $18.29 1,163  56 

Prince  Rupert  Dry  Dock  &  Shipyard,  Prince  Rupert:  installing  new  engine  as 

per  contract,  $490;  sundry  repairs,  $38.15 528  15 

Accounts  under  $200 334  67 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $365.66;  Marfish,  $7 372  66 

Total 6,04100 

Bradbury 

H.  W.  Bryan,  master,  12  m.  at  $160  per  m.:  E.  W.  Maloney,  chief  engineer,  12 
m.  at  $150  per  m.;  F.  J.  Pearson,  2nd  engineer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,213.70; 
W.  Stevens,  mate,  at  $110  per  m.,  $842.33;  wages  of  crew  at  $55  to  $80  per  m., 
$4,120.30 9,896  33 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—85 


Fisheries  Patrol  Service— Continued— Service  de  patrouilie  des  pecheries— Suite  $      ets. 

Bradbury — Concluded 

Board  of  officers  and  crew  at  80c.  to  $1  per  d 2,647  83 

Halliday  Bros.,  Limited,  Winnipeg,  coal,  391 . 3  tons 4,049  95 

Hargrave,  J.  G.  &  Co.,  Winnipeg,  coal,  135.9  tons 1,380  00 

Accounts  under  $500 :— clothing,  $354.79;  deck  supplies,  $660.95;  engine  supplies, 

$265.75 ;  stewards  supplies,  $176.91 ;  sundry,  $618.74 2,077  14 

Total •  20,051  25 

Cloyah 

H.  L.  Landry,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $89.28;  J.  Howe,  gas  engine  man,  at 

$110  per  m.,  $78.06 167  34 

Wallace  Shipbuilding  &  Dry  Dock  Co.,  Ltd.,  North  Vancouver:  repairs  as  per 

contract,  $5,650;   labour,   112  h.,  $120.40;    material,   $173.55 5,943  95 

Accounts  under  $300 :— engine  supplies,  $428 ;   sundries,  $104.06 532  06 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia 43  21 

Total  6,686  56 

Cohoe 

Advertising  in  various  publications 87  47 

Engineers,  at  $125  per  m.:  H.  Gibson,  $300,  J.  H.  Quigg,  $418.95 718  95 

Accounts  under  $300:— engine  repairs,  $561.74;  fuel,  $266.98;  sundry,  $290.80..  1,119  52 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia 10  11 

Total    1,936  05 

Digby  Island 

J.  W.  Allen,  gas  engine  foreman,  12  m.  at  $160  per  m.;  labourers,  at  $5  per  d., 

D.    Taylor,    $1,035,    R.    E.    Lambly,    $72.50 3,027  50 

Accounts  under  $200 173  96 

Detailed  in  Fisheries  Patrol  Service,  Marfish 13  33 

Total 3,214  79 

Dustie 

W.  F.  Brydon,  Swanson  Bay,  guardian  at  $115  per  m 578  71 

Charter  of  launch  at  $5  per  d 770  00 

Accounts  under  $200 122  69 

Total 1,471  40 

Egret 

F.  J.  Bledsoe,  engineer,  12  m.  at  $125  per  m 1,500  00 

Alberni   Engineering   Works,   Port   Alberni:    labour,   904   h.,  $949.25;    material, 

$366.33 ;  storage  and  sundry  expenses,  $63.50 1,379  08 

Canadian  Fairbanks-Morse  Company,  Montreal,  40  h.p.  gasoline,  engine 1,995  00 

Accounts  under  $300 :— fuel,  $254.95 ;   sundry,  $380.64 635  59 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia 99  09 

Total 5,608  76 

Elk 

W.  Dauphinee,  captain,  8  m.  at  $160  per  m.;  W.  J.  Barker,  engineer,  8  m.  at  $135 

per  m.,  J.  MacKenzie,  guardian,  at  $100  per  m.,  $444.52 2,804  52 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  Vancouver,  gasoline,  2,030  gal 543  85 

Accounts  under  $200 :— labour,  $229.89 ;  sundry,  $144.66 374  55 

Detailed  in; — Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  68c;  Fisheries  Patrol  Service, 

Sapperton  Warehouse,  $67.08 67  76 

Total    , 3,790  6S 


O— 86  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-U 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Continued — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Suite  $      cte. 

Elkhart 

A.  H.  Dobson,  guardian,  at  $100  per  m.,  $500;  A.  L.  Wilson,  engineer,  at  $90  per 

m.,  $399.77 899  77 

Sidney  Canning  Co.,  Ltd.,  Sidney,  charter  of  launch  146  days  at  $3.50  per  day.  511  00 

Accounts  under  $200 166  37 

Total    1,577  14 

Esperanza 

A.  Park,  guardian  at  $100  per  m.,  $720,  disbursements:  hire  of  launch  at  $1  per 

d.,  $214 ;  gasoline,  675  gal.,  $337.50 ;  sundry,  $56.95 1,328  45 

Foam 

C.  J.  House,  captain,  12  m.  at  $160  per  m.;  D.  D.  Archibald,  engineer,  12  m. 

at  $145  per  month;  L.  Dauphinee,  deckhand,  12  m.  at  $115  per  month 5,040  00 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  Vancouver:  gasoline,  2,875  gal.,  $731.61;  sundry  supplies, 

$7.04 738  65 

Accounts   under   $300: — deck    supplies,   $142.65;    docking    and   repairing   Foam, 

$71.50;  labour,  $395.74;  sundry,  $401.04 1,010  93 

Detailed  in; — Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $213.60;  Fisheries  Patrol  Service, 

Sapperton  Warehouse,  $15.30 228  90 

Total   7,018  48 

Frisbie 

C.  F.  Bainbridge:  guardian,  4  m.  at  $115  per  month;   hire  of  launch  Frisbie  \ 

from  June  1  to  Sept.  30  (inc.),  at  $5  per  d 1,070  00 

Accounts  under  $100 63  60 

Total 1,133  60 

Gene 

D.  Taylor,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $428.22;  C.  McKinnell,  gas  engine  man, 

at  $110  per  m.,  $438.94;  F.  McKinnell,  deck  hand  at  $90  per  m.,  $285 1,152  16 

McKinnell,  C.,  Ocean  Falls,  hire  of  launch  Gene  from  June  10  to  Oct.  9  (inc.),  at 

$10  per  d 1,220  00 

Accounts  under  $300 :— fuel,  $290.91 ;  sundry,  $159.29 450  20 

2,822  36 
Less— Charged  to— Sal.  &  Disb.  B.C.,  $9.60;  F.  Pat.  S.,  Iona,  $35.71,  Marie  S., 

$35.70    81  01 

Total    2,741  35 

Givenchy 

F.  C.  Laird,  master,  4  m.  at  $205  per  m.;  H.  H.  Banks,  chief  engineer,  12  m.  at 
$190  per  m.;  C.  Jones,  2nd  engineer,  12  m.  at  $160  per  m.;  A.  Annan,  3rd 
engineer,  12  m.  at  $120  per  m.;  A.  Henderson,  1st  mate,  at  $150  per  m., 
$2,160;  A.  S.  Kerr,  2nd  mate,  at  $115  per  m.,  $152.10;  L.  Sheppard,  chief 
officer,  at  $140  per  m.,  $1,120;  C.  Percival,  2nd  officer,  at  $115  per  m.,  $920; 
wages  of  crew,  at  $35  to  $90  per  m.,  $14,943.06 25,755  16 

Albert  &  McCaffery,  Limited,  Prince  Rupert:    coal,  60  tons,  $774;   trimming 

at  $1  per  hr.,  $10 784  00 

Burns,  P.  &  Company,  Vancouver:  bacon,  1,072^  lb.,  $289.04;  beef,  6,907  lb., 
$827.89;  butter,  943i  lb.,  $379.03;  cheese,  341  lb.,  $94.58;  eggs,  1,410  doz., 
$508.20;  ham,  l,039i  lb.,  $292.82;  mutton,  3,087  lb.,  $537.19;  pork,  1,623  lb., 
$272.89;  veal,  784|  lb.,  $139.98;  freight,  $9.48;  sundry  supplies,  $345.09....         3,696  19 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—87 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Continued — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Suite  $       cts. 

Givenchy — Concluded 

Kelly,  Douglas  &  Co.,  Vancouver:  canned  fruits,  12^  doz.,  $51.57;  milk,  32 
cases,  $180.41;  sugar,  1,300  lb.,  $133.12;  tea,  130  lb.,  $66.75;  freight,  $1.85; 
sundry  provisions,  $533.55 967  25 

Malkin  &  Co.,  W.  H.,  Vancouver:  milk,  20  cases,  $10975;  sugar,  650  lb.,  $76.53; 

sundry    provisions,    $361.77 548  05 

Naval  Service  Department:  clothing,  $895.15;  hardware,  $1,389.46;  sundry  sup- 
plies, $2,032.01 4,316  62 

Prince  Rupert  Coal  Co.,  Prince  Rupert:   coal,  60  tons,  $772.80;   trimming  at 

$1  per  hr.,  $10 782  80 

Stewart  &  Co.,  Limited,  Vancouver:  fruits,  $247.27;  vegetables,  $433.33;  sundry, 

$59.37 739  97 

Victoria  Machinery  Depot  Co.,  Limited,  Victoria,  repairs  to  Givenchy,  according 

to    contract 695  20 

Wallace  Shipbuilding  &  Dry  Dock  Co.,  Ltd.,  North  Vancouver:  repairs  accord- 
ing to  contract,  $2,467.50;  labour,  326  h.,  $374.89;  material,  $138.54;  sundry 
supplies,  $96.07 3,077  00 

Wellington-Comox  Agency,  Limited,  Victoria:  coal,  1,161  tons,  $9,329.50;  trim- 
ming, $210.17 9,539  67 

Accounts  under  $500 :— clothing,  $751.88;  fuel  and  oil,  $1,282.17;  laundry,  $345.86; 

provisions,  $1,154.24;    sundry,   $1,231.61 4,765  76 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia 109  62 

55,777  29 
Less — charged  to :  Fisheries  Protection  Service,  Malaspina,  $7 ;  Salaries  and  Dis- 
bursements,  British   Columbia,   General   Account,   $55.33;    meals   supplied, 
$26.83 89  16 

Total    55,688  13 

Gull  ===== 

Advertising  in  various  publications    87  47 

H.  F.  Douglas,  engineer,  at  $140  per  m.,  $934.84;  E.  Forrest,  $10 944  84 

Queensboro  Shipyards,  New  Westminster:  repairs  to  Gull  as  per  contract,  $215; 

labour,  302  h.,  $254.20;  material,  $96.06 565  26 

Shell  Company  of  California,  Vancouver:  gasoline,  1,810  gal.,  $490.63;  freight, 

$67.20    557  83 

Accounts  under  $200 :  labour,  $199 ;  sundry,  $362.65 561  65 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia 57  62 

Total  _  2,774  67 

Hawk  == ' 

R.  E.  Lambly,  engineer,  at  $115  per  m.,  $834.68;  W.  H.  Utley,  gas  engine  man, 

at  $110  per  m.,  $766.33    1,601  01 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  Vancouver:  gasoline,  1,889  gal.,  $676.10;  sundry  sup- 
plies, $90.62   766  72 

Accounts  under  $200 :  labour,  $143.73 ;   sundry,  $250.54 394  27 

Total    2,762  00 

Heron  ================= 

W.  Wilson,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $567.58;  wages  of  crew  at  $90  to  $110 

per   m.,   $831.52    1,399  10 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $405.50;  labour,  $267.70;  sundry,  $252.75 925  95 

Total   2,325  05 

Iona 

J.  McKeddie,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $406.33;  C.  O.  Mellor,  gas  engine  man, 

at  $110  per  m.,  $388.67    795  00 

Ash,  J.,  Rivers  Inlet,  hire  of  launch  Iona,  June  9  to  Sept.  24  (inc.),  at  $6  per  d.  648  00 

Accounts  under  $50    70  52 

Detailed  in  Fisheries  Patrol  boats:    Gene,  $35.71;    Merlin,  $70.45;    Regal   R., 

$74.62   180  78 


Total'    1,694  30 


0—88  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Continued — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Suite  $      cts. 

Joybird 

J.  F.  Quinn,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $288.36;  F.  E.  Armstrong,  gas  engine 

man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $275.83 564  19 

Newcomb,  R.  L.,  Prince  Rupert,  hire  of  launch  Joybird,  July  8  to  Sept.  22 

(inc.),   at   $8   per   d 616  00 

Accounts  under  $200    168  23 

Total   1,348  42 

Kathalma  = 

A.  Yates,  captain,  at  $165  per  m.,  $1,011.29;   A.  White,  engineer,  at  $150  per 

m.,  $919.35 ;  wages  of  crew  at  $45  to  $80  per  m.,  $766.13 2,696  77 

Imperial    Oil,   Limited,    Vancouver:    gasoline,    2,870     gal.,     $798.78;     mobiloil, 

156i  gal.,  $148.96;   sundry  supplies,  $52.11 999  85 

O'Connor  Logging   Company,   Limited,   Vancouver,   hire   of   launch   Kathalma, 

June  1  to  Dec.  2  (inc.),  at  $14.75  per  d 2,728  75 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $383.09,  provisions,  $663.67,  sundry,  $175.82 1,222  58 

Detailed   in   Disbursements,   British    Columbia 60  99 

7,708  94 

Less — Charged  to:  Inspection  of  Canned  and  Pickled  Fish,  $3.67;  Salaries  and 

Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $33.66;   meals  supplied,  $1.33 38  66 

Total    7,670  28 

Leinsh  = 

Patrolmen,  at  $115  per  m.:  W.  E.  Jefferies,  $84.33,  J.  Howe,  $264.50;  gas  engine 

men,  at  $110  per  m.:   J.  C.  Greene,  $205.10,  G.  Howe,  $125.02 678  95 

Collart,  J.,  Prince  Rupert,  hire  of  launch  Leinsh,  June  7  to  Sept.  7   (inc.),  at 

$10   per  d 930  00 

Accounts  under  $300 :  fuel,  $223.57 ;  sundry,  $86.64 310  21 

Total 1,919  16 

Linnett  ===== 

A.  J.  Collison,  guardian,  at  $115  per  m.,  $272.16;  gas  engine  men,  at  $110  per 
m.:  J.  A.  McKenzie,  $17.74;  D.  J.  McLean,  $125.26;  J.  C.  Scherk,  $319.35; 
R.  S.  Woods,  $762.51    1,497  02 

Northern    B.C.    Fisheries,    Limited,    Mill    Bay    Cannery:    gasoline,    1,225    gal., 

$466.03;   sundry  supplies,  $72.81    558  84 

Accounts  under  $200 :   labour,  $129 ;   sundry,  $300.94 429  94 

Total  2,485  80 

Mar  fish  ===== 

G.  R.  Eburne,  master,  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,640;  chief  engineer,  at  $150  per  m.: 
A.  G.  Morrison,  $150,  F.  A.  Russell,  $1,204.84;  G.  Hopkins,  mate  at  $125 
per  m.,  $966.67;  T.  White,  2nd  engineer,  at  $110  per  m.,  $1,122;  wages  of 
crew  at  $35  to  $80  per  m.,  $1,311.15 . 6,394  66 

Burns,  P.,  &  Company,  Prince  Rupert,  sundry  provisions 675  20 

Imperial   Oil,  Limited,  Prince  Rupert:   fuel  oil,   1,176?  gal.,  $1,870.21;   sundry 

supplies,    $217.31    2,087  52 

Prince  Rupert  Dry-Dock  and  Shipyard,  Prince  Rupert:  repairs  to  Marfish, 
according  to  contract,  $2,431.50;  dockage,  $50;  labour,  $74.52;  portlights, 
$252;    sundry  material,  $34.63    2,842  65 

Stewart  &  Mobley,  Limited,  Prince  Rupert,  sundry  provisions 751  56 

Accounts    under    $300:    clothing,    $155.12;    fuel,    $149.75;    provisions,    $354.02; 

travelling  expenses,  $203.55 ;   sundry,  $848.34 1,710  78 

Detailed   in   Disbursements,   British   Columbia 138  44 

14,600  81 

Less,  meals  supplied,  $17.33,  charged  to; — Fisheries  Patrol  boats,  Bonilla,  $7, 
Digby  Island,  $13.33,  Seafoam,  $47.63,  Ukataw,  $99.80,  Wabash,  $38.95;  Fish 
Culture,  $6.67;  Salaries  and  Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $90.99 321  70 

Total  14,279  11 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—89 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Continued — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Suite  $      ots. 

Marie  S. 

G.  0.  Saugstad,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $641.77;  A.  J.  Oveson,  gas  engine 

man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $613.86 1,255  63 

Goodlet,  W.  L.,  Rivers  Inlet,  hire  of  launch  Marie  S.  from  May  16  to  Oct.  26 

(inc.),  at  $7  per  d 1,148  00 

Accounts  under  $100    79  08 

Detailed  in  Fisheries  Patrol  boats:    Gene,  $35.70;   Merlin,,  $84.80;   Regal  R.t 

$74.59  195  09 

Total  2,677  80 

Merlin 

Advertising  in  various  publications   53  40 

J.  Nygaard,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $645.48;  A.  Widsten,  gas  engine  man, 

at  $110   per  m.,   $589.03 1,234  51 

Prince   Rupert   Dry-Dock   and    Shipyard,   Prince   Rupert:    repairs    to   Merlin, 

according  to  contract,  $710;   sundries,  $7.63 717  63 

Accounts  under  $400:  freight,  $86.60;   fuel,  $418.09;   sundry,  $228.72 733  41 

Detailed  in  Fisheries  Patrol  Service,  Regal  R 86  32 

2,825  27 

Less — Charged    to:    Salaries    and    Disbursements,   B.C.    Miscellaneous,   $10.02; 

Fisheries  Patrol  boats,  Iona,  $70.45,  Marie  S.,  $84.80,  Noohalk,  $51 216  27 

Total   2,609  00 

Merry  Sea 

J.  S.  Menchions,  captain,  at  $145  per  m.,  $1,740;  A.  A.  Davidson,  engineer,  at 
$130  per  m.,  $1,530.65;  deckhands,  at  $115  per  m.;  F.  C.  Blight,  $1,217.41; 

A.   E.   S.   Hynes,   $162.59 4,650  65 

Union  Oil  Company  of  Canada,  Limited,  Vancouver,  gasoline,  3,776  gal 930  81 

Universal  Products  Company,  Oshkosh:   cylinders,  6,  $502.50,  connecting  rods, 

4,  $78;   freight,  $70.69    * 651  19 

Accounts  under  $300:  fuel,  $324.16;  labour,  $153.90;  sundry,  $475.12 953  18 

Detailed   in   Disbursements,    British   Columbia 183  82 

Total  7,369  65 

Mildred  McColl 

J.  P.  Williams,  master,  at  $110  per  m..  $1,074.93;  C.  M.  O^Leary,  engineer,  at 

$105  per  m.,  $1,039.61 ;  wages  of  crew,  $70  to  $80  per  m.,  $1,405.39 3,519  93 

Imperial  Oil.  Limited,  Halifax:  gasoline,  3,461  gal.,  $947.46;  sundry,  $86.59....  1,034  05 

Accounts  under  $200:  duty,  $84.65;  fuel,  $177.80;  labour,  $122.10;  sundry,  $330.67  715  22 

Total    5,269  20 

Murelette 

H.  W.  Georgeson,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $330.16;  D.  Plews,  gas  engine  man, 

at  $110  per  m.,  $315.81 645  97 

Georgeson,  H.  W.,  Prince  Rupert,  hire  of  launch  Murelette,  84  d.  at  $12  per  d..  1,008  00 

Northern  B.C.  Fisheries,  Limited,  Mall  Bay:  distillate,  2,305  gal.,  $576,25;  gaso- 
line, 16  ^al.,  $9:  mobiloil,  28  gal.,  $44.80 630  05 

Accounts  under  $100 56  17 

Total   2,340  19 

Nicolson 

Guardians,  a*  $100  per  m.:  T.  Kinkade,  $100;  J.  Nicolson,  $1,000 1,100  00 

Accounts   under   $400:  fuel,   $180.11;    hire   of   launch   Nicolson,   $274;    sundry, 

$121.24 575  35 

Total 1,675  35 


O— 90  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Continued — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Suite  $      cts. 

'   Noohalk 

V.  J.  Carlson,  patroilman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $467.42;   H.  Gustavson,  gas  engine 

man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $447.09 914  51 

Widsten,  A.,  Bella  Cooia,  hire  of  launch  Noohalk,  122  days  at  $7  per  d 854  00 

Accounts  under  $200:  freight,  $26.40;  fuel,  $181.39 207  79 

Detailed  in  Fisheries  Patrol  boats :  Merlin,  $51 ;  Regal  i^.,  $51.10 102  10 

Total 2,078  40 

Odessa 

J.  Boyd,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $466.80;  S.  J.  Howe,  gas  engine  man,  at  $110 

per  m.,  $333.67 800  47 

J.  Boyd,  hire  of  launch  at  $7  per  d 868  00 

Accounts  under  $300:  fuel,  $178.15 ;  sundry,  $68.40 246  55 

Total   1,915  02 

Oyashimo 

W.  S.  Singer,  guardian,  at  $115  per  m.,  $507.85;  wages  of  crew  at  $110  per  m., 

$471.10;  hire  of  launch  at  $8  per  d.,  $1,080 2,058  95 

Accounts  under  $300:  freight,  $37.46;  fuel,  $113.31 ;  sundry,  $19.06 169  83 

Total  2,228  78 

Phalarope 

H.  B.  Kelly,  captain,  at  $110  per  m..  $1,156.89;  M.  Mitchell,  engineer,  at  $105 

per  m.,  $1,104.31 ;  wages  of  crew,  at  $70  or  $80  per  m.,  $1,577.57 3,838  77 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  St.  John:  gasoline,  2,613  gal.,  $713.10;  oil,  218  gal.,  $86.02; 

freight,    $39.75 838  87 

Accounts  under  $200:  fuel,  $234.75;  freight,  $9.92;  sundry,  $461.83 706  50 

Total  5,384  14 

Regal  R. 

Patrolmen,  at  $115  per  m.:  J.  Jorgensen,  $266.35;  L.  C.  Svisdahl,  $11.50;  R.  C. 

Edwards,  gas  engine  man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $220 497  85 

Cameron,  F.  J..  Bella  Coola,  hire  of  launch  Regal  R.,  July  18  to  Sept.  30  (inc.) 

at  $8  per  d 600  00 

Union  Oil  Company  of  Canada,  Limited,  Vancouver:  fuel,  $325.16;  freight,  $68.80  393  96 

1,491  81 
Less — Charged  to  Fisheries  Patrol  boats:  Iona,  $74.62;  Marie  E.,  $74.59;  Merlin, 

$86.32;  Noohalk,  $51.10 286  63 

Total   1,205  18 

Reliance 

W.  H.  Fairbairn.  guardian,  at  $115  per  m.,  $634.35;   G.  E.  Moore,  gas  engine 

man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $550 1,184  35 

W.  H.  Fairbairn,  hire  of  launch  at  $5  per  d.,  $845;  stamps,  $3 848  00 

Accounts  under  $200 163  16 

Total   2,195  51 

Richmond 

T.  Bagloe,  captain,  at  $78  oer  m.,  $425.23;  A.  McKinnon,  assistant,  at  $65  per  m., 

$354.35 * #.  779  58 

Accounts  under  $200:  fuel,  $104.05 ;  sundry,  $165.89 269  94 

Total   1,049  52 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 91 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Continued — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Suite  $      cts. 

Rover 

H.  D.  Fllunierfelt,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  in.,  $345;  hire  of  launch  Rover  at 

$5  per  d.,  $460 805  00 

Accounts  under  $200 :  fuel,  $168.08 ;  sundry,  $29.44 197  52 

Total  1,002  52 

Sapperton  Warehouse — Entrepot  de  Sapperton 

Watchmen:  F.  Clarkson,  at  $65  per  m.,  $780,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;  H.  F. 

Douglas,  at  $140  per  m.,  $560;  W.  Dauphinie,  at  $160  per  m.,  $640;  W.  J. 

Barker,  engineer,  at  $135  per  m.,  $540 2,835  00 

Accounts  under  $100:  oil,  $219.21 ;  sundry,  $103.70 322  91 

3,157  91 
Less — Charged  to:  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance,  $315;  Fisheries  Patrol  boats, 
Elk,  $67.08,  Foam,  $15.30,  Humming  Bird,  $3.45,  Semiahmo,  $4.82,  Swan, 
$12.58 418  23 

Total   2,739  68 

Seajoam 

P.  R.  Smith,   patrolman,   at  $115   per   m.,   $345;    J.   W.    Collier,    gas    engine 

man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $330;  'hire  of  launch  Seajoam  at  $10  per  d.,  $920 1,595  00 

Accounts  under  $100:  fuel,  $67.92;  sundry,  $41.22 109  14 

Detailed    in    Fisheries   Patrol    boats,    Marfish,    $47.63,    Ukataw,   $95.17 142  80 

Total    1,846  94 

Semiahmo 

R.  C.  Mercer,  captain,  7  m.  at  $145;  S.  Hembrough,  engineer,  7  m.  at  $125 1,890  00 

Accounts  under  $20 61  49 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia,   35c;    Fisheries  Patrol   Service, 

Sapperton  Warehouse,  $4.82 5  17 

Total  , 1,956  66 

Shannon 

W.  E.  Joy,  captain,  5  m.  at  $110 ;  E.  Polkinhorn,  5  m.  at  $105 1,075  00 

Accounts  under  $300:  fuel,  $234.86;  'hire  of  launch  Shannon,  $200;  sundry,  $14.34  449  20 

Total   1,524  20 

Sopham 

J.  Wilson,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $406.33;  hire  of  launch  Sopham,  at  $8 

per  d.,  $864;  S.  A.  Norman,  gas  engine  man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $388.67 1,659  00 

Accounts  under  $300 :  fuel,  $222.83 ;  sundry,  $41 .23 264  06 

Total   1,923  06 

Swan 

W.  Kennedy,  captain,  12  m.,  $1,860;  W.  H.  West,  engineer,  12  m.,  $1,500;  wages 

of  crew,  $1,380    4,740  00 

Imperial  Oil  Limited,  Vancouver:  gasoline,  2,925  gal.,  $747.37;  sundry  supplies, 

$30.48   777  85 

Accounts  under  $500:  engine  supplies,  $374.20;  labour,  $539.47;  sundry,  $393.48..         1,307  15 

Detailed  in, — Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $8.70,  Fisheries  Patrol  Service, 

Sapperton  Warehouse,  $12.58  21  28 

Total   6,846  28 


O— 92  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Continued — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Suite  $      cts. 

Swing 

G.  P.  Armstrong,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $333.87;  L.  M.  Smyth,  gas  engine 

man,  at  $110  per  m.,  $450.29   784  16 

Hunt,  F.  E.,  Limited,  Prince  Rupert,  hire  of  launch  Swing,  at  $8  per  d 1,032  00 

Accounts  under  $200 :  fuel,  $137.88 ;  sundry,  $23.84  161  72 

Total   1,977  88 

Togo 

W.  E.  Joy,  captain,  7  m.,  $770;  E.  Polkinhorn,  engineer,  7  m.,  $735 1,505  00 

Accounts  under  $500:   fuel,  $419.53;  hire  of  boat  Togo,  7  m.  at  $50;  sundry, 

$69.34   838  87 

Total 2,343  87 

Ukataw 

J.  M.  Wood,  patrolman  at  $115  per  m.,  $421.67;  hire  of  launch  Ukataw,  at  $10 

per  d.,  $1,100;  wages  of  crew.  $312.62  1,834  29 

Accounts  under  $400:   barrels,  $80;   fuel,  $212.72;   sundry,  $73.61 366  33 

Detailed  in  Fisheries  Patrol  boat,  Marfish  99  80 

2,300  42 

Less — Charged  to  Fisheries  Patrol  boat,  Seafoam  175  17 

Total  2,125  25 

Vedder 

Advertising  in  various  publications   87  46 

R.  C.  Mercier,  captain,  5  m.  at  $145;  S.  Hembrough;  engineer,  5  m.  at  $125...  1,350  00 

Acadia  Gas  Engines  Limited,  Bridgewater,  engine 1,615  00 

Star  Ship  Yard  Co.,  New  Westminster,  repairs  to  Vedder,  according  to  contract.  1,553  70 

Accounts  under  $300 :  fuel,  $199.10 ;  hardware,  $292.85 ;  sundry,  $711.71 1,203  66 

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia  26  75 

Total 5,836  57 

Vera  S.  Fry 

G.  Hassell,  patrolman,  at  $115  per  m.,  $211.45;  wages  of  crew,  $202.26 413  71 

Stephens,  M.  M.,  Prince  Rupert,  hire  of  gasoline  boat  Vera  S.  Fry,  at  $10  per  d.  570  00 

Accounts  under  $200 :  fuel,  $165.43 ;  sundries,  $20.25  185  68 

Total   1,169  39 

Wabash 

Patrolmen,  at  $115  per  m.:  F.  J.  Beale,  $109.56;  J.  Dureau,  $296.77;  wages  of 

crew,  $388.67    795  00 

Beale,  F.  J.,  Bella  Bella,  hire  of  launch  Wabash,  at  $12  per  d 1,248  00 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  Vancouver:   distillate,  1,335  gal.,  $262.87;  gasoline,  1,152 

gal.,  $358.92 ;  sundry  supplies,  $48.89  670  68 

Accounts  under  $50 64  90 

Detailed  in  Fisheries  Patrol  boat,  Marfish 38  95 

Total  2,817  53 

We  Two 

W.  E.  Taylor,  guardian,  at  $100  per  m.,  $750;  gasoline,  $112.55;  hire  of  launch, 

We  Two,  at  $1  per  d.,  $248;  sundry  supplies,  $69.55 1,180  10 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  Victoria:  fuel,  $160.75;  barrels,  $16;  freight,  $50.29 227  04 

Total   1,407  14 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


O— 93 


Fisheries  Patrol  Service — Concluded — Service  de  patrouille  des  pecheries — Fin 

Boat  "A"— Bateau  "A" 
G.  Baker,  captain,  at  $110  per  m.,  $605;  E.  Outhouse,  engineer,  at  $105  per  m., 

$420;  wages  of  crew,  $1,080.87   

Accounts  under  $500:    fuel,  $469.04;    repairs  to  engine  according  to   contract, 

$375;  sundry,  $325.82  


Total 


Boat  "C"— Bateau  "C 


Total 


Patrol  Boats  Under  ($1,000) — Bateaux  de  patrouille:   Comptes  an  dessous  de 

($1,000) 

Anina,  $403.02;  Aramac,  $603.94;  Babine  No.  1,  $991.51;  Babine  No.  2,  $988.78 
Bluebird,  $498.27;  Clare,  $804.63;  Corycia,  $207.51;  Launch  Elk,  $219.41 
Fispa,  $786.52;  Flier,  $299.71;  Gosum,  $358.29;  Grace  B.,  $397.04;  Hillier 
$215.08;  Humming  Bird,  $13.20;  Kayer,  $116.84;  Lady,  $710.10;  Leach 
$693.82;  Mable,  $18.15;  Olive,  $740.57;  Ostrea,  $516.03;  Pinte,  $125.79 
Pioneer,  $576.85;  Ptarmigan,  $3.30;  Rambler,  $763.45;  Result,  $911.19 
Revidis,  $631.38;  Rhoda,  $514.58;  Robertson,  $12.30;  Sea  Dog,  $287.46 
Seal  Cove,  $165.28;  Stubbs,  $487.10;  Teal  $838.40;  Vanidis,  $647.51 
Vendetta,  $315.10;  W.T.,  $247.15;  Wolmy,  $647.89;  No.  6U,  $26.67;  Boat 
"B,"  $5;  Boat  "D,"  $25;  Boat  "E,»  $150;  Boat  "G,"  $43.07  


General  Account — Compe  general 

Advertising  in  various  publications    

Crude    Oil    Engine    Co.    of   Canada,    Montreal:    2    Beardmore    Semi4Diesel    60 

B.H.P.    engines    and    2    Gardner    British    made    Paraffin    engines,    installed 

according   to    contract   $11,420,    extras,    $1,450,    payment    on    account 

Prince  Rupert  Dry  Dock  and  Shipyard,  Prince  Rupert,  construction  of  2  patrol 

boats  according   to   contract   $22,200,   paid   on   account 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa,  stationery 

Accounts  under  $200:    fuel,  $273.10;    lumber,  $103.60;    watchman,    1    m.,  $140; 

sundry,  $250.96    

Detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia   


$      cts. 

2,105  87 
1,169  86 


3,275  73 


A.  Sandell,  captain,  at  $110  per  m.,  $542.67;  J.  Arsenault,  engineer,  at  $105  per 

m.,  $437.73;  wages  of  crew,  $677.22  1,657  62 

Miramichi  Foundry  &  Machine  Works,  Chatham:  repairs  to  Boat  "C,"  accord- 
ing to  contract,  $570;  sundry  labour  and  material,  $91.45 661  45 

Accounts  under  $500:  fuel,  $411.35;  sundry,  $262.19 673  54 


2,992  61 


17,006  89 


Total 


791  39 


11,953  00 

11,100  00 
2  58 

767  66 
456  48 

25,071  11 


Fisheries  Protection  Service — Service  de  protection  des  pecheries 

Summary — Sommaire 

Arleux    (Page  0—93)  39,258  25 

Arras (Page  0—94)  44,878  10 

Becancour   (Page  0—94)  23  00 

Laviolette   (Page  0—94)  332  62 

Malaspina    (Page  0—95)  61,483  34 

Thiepval   (Page  0—95)  5,804  48 

General   Account (Page  0—95)  1,551  86 

Total    153,331  65 

Arleux 

Salaries  of  officers  to  March  31,  1924:  W.  J.  Milne,  commanding  officer,  at 
$160  per  m.,  $1,846.31;  W.  A.  Burton,  1st  officer  at  $130  per  m.,  $1,378.60; 
R.  I.  (Swansburg,  2nd  officer,  at  $100  per  m.,  $964.25;  A.  J.  Ross,  chief 
engineer  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,754.94;  F.  W.  Morrissey,  2nd  engineer  at  $125 
per  m.,  $1,355.61 ;  wages  of  crew  to  March  31,  1924,  $11,190.84 18,490  55 

Acadian  Supplies  Limited,  Lunenburg,  coal,  90. 19  ton 563  68 


0—94  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Fisheries  Protection  Service — Continued  $      cts. 

Service  de  protection  des  pecheries — Suite 

Arleux — Concluded 

Dominion  Coal  Co.,  Ltd.,  coal,  403  ton  3,530  50 

Harvey,  A  &  Co.,  Montreal,  coal,  50  ton  566  26 

Lunenburg  Foundry   Co.,   Ltd.,   Lunenburg:    sundry   repairs   to  Arleux   as   per 
specifications,  $3,519;  caulking,  $375;  labour,  $46.40;  use  of  marine  railway, 

$535.50 ;  sundry  supplies,  $10.50 4,486  40 

Marine  &  Fisheries,  Dept.  of,  sundry  repairs  and  supplies  1,594  99 

Marine  Supplies  Limited,  Halifax,  coal,  141  ton  1,233  76 

National  Defence,  Department  of,  sundry  provisions  and  supplies 517  56 

0;Leary,   A.   T.,   Halifax,   coal,   81    ton 668  25 

Whitman  &  Son,  Limited,  Canso:   coal,  70.81  ton,  $737.67;   sundry  provisions, 

$531.08   1,268  75 

Accounts   under    $500:     fuel,    $1,105.47;     provisions,    $3,545.87;     miscellaneous, 

$1,691.65    6,342  99 

39,263  69 
Less, — refunded  by  Department  of  Health 5  44 

Total    39,258  25 

Arras 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31,   1924:   C.  Barkhouse,   captain  at  $160  per  m., 

$1,920;  H.  P.  Cousins,  1st  officer  at  $130  per  m.,  $1,430;  H.  C.  Dickey,  chief 

engineer  at  $150  per  m.,  $1,800;  W.  A.  Chandler,  2nd  engineer  at  $125  per 

m.,  $1,495.83 ;  wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $13,813.55 20,459  38 

Barkhouse,  C,  disbursements:  coal,  141  ton,  $1,833;   provisions,  $615.22;  water, 

$28.50;    sundries,    $189.32    2,666  04 

Dominion  Coal  Company  Ltd.,  Sydney,  coal,  296i  ton 2,001  36 

Howards   Limited,    Halifax,    provisions 930  64 

Liverpool  Marine  Railway  Co.,  Liverpool:  scraping,  cleaning  and  painting,  $280; 

use  of  marine  railways,  $702.60 982  60 

Marine   and   Fisheries,   Department   of:    clothing,   $217.57;    provisions,   $187.37; 

supplies,    $1,162.80    1,567  74 

Marine   Supplies  Limited,  Halifax,  coal,  61   ton 533  75 

Musgrave,  R.,  &  Sons,  North  Sydney:  repairs  to  boiler  as  per  contract,  $465; 

labour,    $52 517  00 

Southern  Salvage  Co.  Ltd.,  Liverpool:  coal,  311  ton,  $2,933;  water,  40,000  gal., 

$100;   sundries,  $31.54 , 3,064  54 

Sutherland,  F.  W.,  Lockeport:   coal,  238  ton,  $2,510.55;   ice,  $2.25;   provisions, 

$425.34    2,938  14 

Thompson   Bros.   Machinery   Co.    Limited,    Liverpool:    labour,   $14.90;    sundry 

repairs  to   C.G.S.  Arras,  according   to   contract,   $3,785.08;    water,  $106.70; 

sundry   supplies,   $35.40    3,942  08 

Accounts   under  $500— fuel,    $178.82;      board,   $307.50;      provisions,     $3,846.35; 

miscellaneous,    $950.32 5,282  99 

44,886  26 
Less,  refunded  by  Department  of  Health 8  16 

Total    44,878  10 

Becancour 
Cook,  A.  H.,  Port  Dover,  medical  services 23  00 

Laviolette 

Century  Coal  Co.  Limited,  Montreal,  coal,  33.75  ton 320  62 

Cook,  A.  H.,  Port  Dover,  medical  services 12  00 

Total     332  62 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


0—95 


Fisheries  Protection  Service — Concluded  $      cts. 

Service  de  protection  des  pecheries — Fin 

Malaspina 

Salaries  of  officers  to  Mar.  31.  1924:  H.  Newcomb,  captain,  4  m.  at  $200;  F.  C. 
Laird,  captain,  8  m.  at  $205;  W.  Redford,  1st  officer,  at  $140  per  m., 
$1,680;  D.  Scott,  chief  engineer  at  $185  per  m.,  $2,220;  J.  .Williamson,, 
2nd  engineer,  $1,740;  R.  B.  Fenwick,  3rd  engineer,  at  $125  per  m.,  $1,500; 

wages  of  crew  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  $20,323.60 29,903  60 

Burns,  P.  &  Company,  Limited,  Victoria,  sundry  provisions 1,349  42 

Meat  &  Fish  Market,  Port  Alberni,  sundry  provisions 511  68 

National  Defence,  Department  of:  clothing  $304.88;  electric  energy,  $76.06; 
provisions,  $248.01;  stores  supplies,  $4,059.02;  water,  $126.20;  miscellaneous, 

$4.83    4,819  00 

Rithet  Consolidated   Limited,  Victoria :    sundry  provisions 1,059  95 

Simon  Leiser  &  Co.,  Victoria,  sundry  provisions 532  10 

Stewart,  F.  R.  &  Co..  Limited,  Victoria,  apples,  7  cs.  $39.75,  31  bxs.  $57.35; 
oranges,  13  cs.  $75.60;   potatoes,     109     scks.     $181.90;     sundry     provisions, 

$423.75    778  35 

Swift  Canadian  Co..  Limited.  Victoria:  bacon,  437  lb.  $119.05;  beef,  1,377  lb. 
$173.19;  butter,  975  lb.,  $373.25;  eggs,  480  doz.,  $217.50;  ham,  415f  lb.,  $104.01; 
lamb.  81   lb.  $20.28;    lard.  350   lb.   $58.24;    mutton,   623   lb.   $121.04;    pork, 

426i  lb.,  $87.77;   sales  tax,  $3.26;   sundry  provisions,  $307.71 1,585  30 

Wellington  Comox  Agency,  Limited,  Victoria:  coal,  1,629  ton,  $13,289.50;  trim- 
mings,   $234.83    13,524  33 

Yarrows  Limited.  Vancouver:  labour,  $389.67;  material  and  sundry  repairs  as  per 

specifications,    $3,211.28    3,600  95 

Accounts    under    $500:    fuel,    $253.21:    medical    treatment,    $133.25;    provisions, 

$1,755.43;   miscellaneous,  $1,660.21    3,802  10 

Detailed  in  ^Disbursements,  B.C.  $85.30;  Fisheries  Patrol  Service,  Givenchy,  $7  92  30 

61,559  08 

Less — Charged  to:   Salaries  and  Disbursements,  $32;   Fish  Culture,  $27;   meals 

supplied,  $9;  refunded  by  Dept.  of  Health,  $7.74 75  74 

Total    61,483  34 


Thiepval 

Salaries  of  officers— H.  Allen,  captain,  at  $200  per  m.,  $400;  E.  G.  Alcock, 
1st  officer  at  $145  per  m.,  $290;  J.  S.  Hindle,  chief  engineer,  at  $185 
per  m..  $370;  S.  McMaster,  2nd  engineer  at  $145  per  m.  $290;  wages  of 
crew,  $592.58 1,942  58 

Albert  &  McCaffrey  Limited,  Prince  Rupert,  coal,   122  tons 1,445  70 

Naval  Service,  Department  of:  clothing,  $301.13;  fuel,  $53;  provisions,  $206.97; 

sundry    supplies,    $1,244.23    1,805  33 

Accounts  under  $500— fuel,  $10.16;  provisions  $522.41;  miscellaneous,  $78.30 610  87 

Total    5,804  48 

General  Account — Compte   general  0 

National  Defence,  Department  of,  sundry  stores  supplied 1,345  69 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Dept,,  printing  and  stationery 206  17 

Total 1,551  86 


Building  Fishways  and  Clearing  Rivers 
Construction  de  passes  migratoires  et  nettoyage  de  rivieres 

Bella  Bella,  B.C..  boat  hire.  $82.50;  board,  376  days,  $161.39;  labour  at  $4.50 
or  $5  per  day,  $1,785.61;  polar  forcite.  8  cases,  $82.50;  travel  and  outlay, 
$177.30;  freight  $23.85;  sundry  outlay,  $154.81 

Cameleon  Harbour.  B.C.,  wages  at  $4  or  $5  per  day 

Chamcook  Lake,  N.B.,  making  and  setting  screen 


2,467  96 

50  00 

125  00 


O— 96  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Building  Fishways  and  Clearing  Rivers — Concluded  $      cts. 

Construction  de  passes  migratoires  et  nettoyage  de  rivieres — Fin 

Clyde  River.  N.S..  labour  and  material,  $186.64;  sundry  outlay,  $30.61 217  25 

Deer  Pass  Creek,  BjC,  board,,  115  days,  $190.44;  labour,  at  $3.50  to  $5  per  day, 

$267.06    466  50 

Demanuel  Creek,  B.C.,  removal  of  log  jam  as  per  contract,  $170;  sundry  outlay, 

$67    237  00 

Embley  Lagoon  Creek,  B.C.,  wages  at  $5  or  $6  per  day 55  00 

Glenwood  Dam,  N.S.,  labour  at  $2  to  $2.70  per  day,  $43.03;  sundry  outlay,  $10.15  53  18 

Gladstone,  Man.,  horse  hire,  $14.80;  sundry  lumber,  $119.35;  labour  at  30c.  or 

75c.  per  hour,  $116.63 ;  sundry  outlay,  $39.91 290  69 

Heydon  Bay,  B.C.,  labour  at  $4  or  $5  per  day,  $50,  sundry  outlay,  $5 55  00 

Lardo  River,  B.C.,  powder,  10  cases,  $135.16;  freight,  $7.30 142  46 

Mersey  River,  N.S.,  labour  at  $3  to  $5.50  per  day,  $3,039.55;  sundry  hardware, 

$1,312.64 ;    sundry    outlay,    $679.45 5,031  64 

Meziaden  Falls,  B.C.,  labour  at  $4  or  $5  per  day,  $3,288.15;  pack  horse  hire,  52 
days,  $1,916;  supplies,  $1,017.49;  tents,  2,  $94.20;  transportation  of  supplies, 
$124.56;  travel  and  outlay,  $396.07;  freight,  $10.66;  sundry  outlay,  $144.54..         6,991  67 
Mushamush  River,   N.B.,  labour  at  $2.50   to   $4.50   per  day,  $131.25;    lumber, 

$184.64;  travel  and  outlay,  $92.35;   freight,  $2.58;   sundry  outlay,  $210.38..  621  20 

Owens  Bay,  B.C.,  labour  at  $4  or  $5  per  day,  $182.60;  sundry  outlay,  $25.15....  207  75 

Petit  River.  N.S.,  labour  at  50c.  or  60c.  per  hour 208  00 

Puntledge  River,  B.C.,  labour  at  $5  to  $6.35  per  day,  $342.55;  powder,  347  lb., 

$102.15 ;   sundry  outlay,  $47.95 492  65 

Rivers  Inlet,  B.C.,  labour  at  $4.50  to  $8.75  per  day,  $183.88;  sundry  outlay,  $52.63  236  51 

St.  Croix  River,  N.B.,  copies  of  public  printing,  280  pages  at  20c 56  00 

Smiths  Inlet,  B.C.,  sundry  disbursements 60  00 

Thompson  Sound,  B.C.,  boat  hire,  $10;  labour  at  $5  or  $6  per  dav,  $485;  freight, 

$3.80;   sundry  outlay,  $135.90    634  70 

Thurston  Bay,  B.C.,  labour  at  $4  or  $5  per  day,  $633;   sundry  outlay,  $78.36; 

freight,  $8.10   719  46 

Fishways  with  expenditure  under  $50;  Adam's  River,  B.C.,  $8;  Big  Meadow, 
N.S.,  $18;  Blue  Mills,  $49.83;  Brunette  River,  B.C.,  $6.85;  Campbell  River, 
B.C.,  $11.65;  Cowichan  River,  B.C.,  $5;  East  River,  P.E.I. ,  $6;  Echo  Lake, 
NJ3.,  $40;  Gaspereau  River,  N.S.,  $46.35;  Grand  River,  N.S.,  27c;  Hell's 
Gate,  $1.20;  Humming  Bay,  B.C.,  $39.50;  Jordon  River,  N.S.,  54c;  Kitty 
Coleman,  B.C.,  $29.85;  Lake  West,  N.S.,  $49;  Little  River,  B.C.,  $23.94; 
McNabb's  Brook,  N.S.,  $25;  Markwell  River,  B.C.,  $32.13;  Nashwaak,  NB, 
48c;  Nahattlatch,  B.C.,  $27;  Quathaski,  B.C.,  $23.55;  Quastsi,  B.C.,  $27; 
Salmon  River,  N.B.,  $1.56;  Salter  Falls,  N.S.,  $43:  St.  Joseph,  B.C.,  $17.75; 
Shelby  River.  N.S.,  27c;  Ships'  Harbour,  N.S.,  21c;  Silver  Creek,  B.C., 
$22.50;  Skutz  Falls,  B.C.,  $5.40;  Taylor  Bay,  N.S.,  $5;  Westbourne,  Man., 
30c;  White  Lake,  N.S.,  $5;  Wheaton  Lake,  N.B.,  $30.50;  General  Account, 

$25.51 628  14 

Detailed  in  Disbursements  British  Columbia 268  69 

Total 20,316  45 


Legal  and  Incidental  Expenses — Frais  judiciaires  et  faux  frais 

Byrne  &  Ramsay,  Bathurst,  $43.95;  A.  A.  Davidson,  Newcastle,  .$79.50;  J.  A. 
Hanway,  Amherst,  $10!  D.  K.  Hazen,  St.  John,  $3.75;  D.  McLennan,  Port 
Hood,  $36.21;  N.  M.  Mills,  St.  Stephen,  $108.70;  A.  T.  Mode,  Edmonton, 
$170,60;  C.  T.  Richard,  Bathurst,  $15;  C.  Reid,  Selkirk,  $30.50;  L.  P.  A. 
Robichaud,  Richibueto,  $116.95;  Williams  &  Gonzales,  Prince  Rupert,  $41..  656  16 


Conservation  and  Development  of  Deep  Sea  Fisheries 
Conservation  et  developpement  de  pecheries  de  haute  mer 

Advertising,  Industrial  and  Educational  Publishing  Co.,   Gardenvale . ...  325  00 

Contributions  to  the  Canadian  Co-operative  Fish  Publicity  Fund,  as  provided 
by  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  1999,  Oct.  5,  1923,  to  assist  in  conducting  a  publicity 
and  educational  campaign  to  increase  the  consumption  of  fish  and  stimu- 
late Canadian  Fisheries 10,000  00 

Canada  Fish  Products,   balance   of  subsidy   for  period   ended   Dec,   1922,    on 

reduction  works  Fraser  river 8,287  49 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


0—97 


Conservation  and  Development  of  Deep  Sea  Fisheries — Concluded  $      cts. 

Conservation  et  developpement  de  pecheries  de  haute  mer — Fin 

Travelling   expenses:    Prof.    W.   A.   Clemens,   $18.25;    Dr.   P.    Cox,   $57.30;    J. 

Dybhavn,  $304.45;  Dr.  A.  G.  Huntsman,  $190.02;  Dr.  A.  P.  Knight,  $66.90; 

Dr.  A.  H.  MacKay,  $90.65;  Prof.  J.  P.  McMurrich,  $87.22 815  69 

Accounts  under  $100 13110 

Royal  Fisheries  Commission  ($305.02) — 

L.  H.  Martell,  additional  expenses — subsistence  Dec.  11  to  Dec.  21,  1922,  $153, 

Pullman  accommodation,  Truro  to  Montreal,  return,  $42..  sundries,  $4  199  00 

Dept.  of  National  Defence,  stores 106  02 

Total 19,864  30 


Fisheries  Intelligence  Bureau — Bureau  de  renseignements  sur  les  pecheries 

Daily  bait  reports:  W.  S.  Arsenault,  $88.60;  Maritime  Telegraph  and  Telephone 

Co.,  $273.25 ;  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co.,  $189.62 551  47 

Wages  collecting  statistics,  $197;   Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department, 

Ottawa,  printing,  $209.72 406  72 

Total 958  19 


Inspection  of  Canned  and  Pickled  Fish 
Inspection  du  poisson  sale  et  en  conserve 

Arenburg,  Wm.,  salary,  $450,  bonus,  $106.18;  outlay,  $39 595  66 

Aucoin,  J.  D.,  $813.81 ;   outlay,  $615.89 1,429  70 

Binet,  U.  S.,  salary,  $1,056.28 ;  outlay,  $1,889.01 2,945  29 

Delaney,  J.  A.,  salary,  $863.71,  bonus,  $203.59;  outlay,  $701.90 1,769  20 

Duggan,  J.,  salary,  $1,155.90,  bonus,  $272.46;    outlay,  $235.48 1,663  84 

Gray,  R.,  salary,  $1,860,  bonus,  $90.96 ;    outlay,  $1,485.03 3,435  99 

Hubbard,  C,  order  in  council,  PC.  150/1025 100  00 

Homaus,  B.,  salary,  $1,350,  bonus,  $279 ;    outlay,  $756.04 2,385  04 

Laing,  J.  K.,  salary,  $748.21,  bonus,  $176  37 ;  outlay.  $388.56 1,313  14 

Legere,  F.  L.,  salary,  $525,  bonus,  $123.75 ;  outlay,  $448.25 1,097  00 

McKenzie,  A.,  salary,  $658.45,  bonus,  $133.65;   outlay,  $584.84 1,376  94 

Mosher,  D.,  salary,  $450.48,  bonus,  $106.18;  outlay  $19.94 576  60 

O'Hanley,  C.  J.,  salary,  $403.06,  bonus,  $95.01 ;  outlay,  $216.07 714  14 

Ryan,  J.  J.,  salary,  $570.50,  bonus,  $134.47;   outlay,  $286.89 991  86 

Theriault,  W.,  travel  and  outlay 151  87 

Vaughan,  W.  H.,  salarv,  $891.71,  bonus,  $210.19;   outlay,  $317.65 1,419  55 

Wilson,  W.,  salary,  $843.03,  bonus,  $99.38 ;   outlay  $708.75 1,651  16 

Wilson,  A.  O.,  salary,  $1,020,  bonus,  $209.25 ;  outlay,  $148.21 1,377  46 

Detailed  under  Disbursements  British  Columbia.  $29.38;  Fisheries  Patrol  Service, 

$3.67 33  05 

Accounts  under  $50 112  04 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $85.91;  stationery, 

$137.99 223  90 

25,363  43 

LESS — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 2,240  44 

Total 23,122  99 

Fish  Culture — Pisciculture 

Fish  hatcheries  as  detailed  on  page  0—97  to  O— 108 350,487  34 

Anderson  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscifacture  du  lac  Anderson: 
Colombie-Britannique 

D.  Bothwell.  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,560,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $162 1,722  00 

Assistants  at  $1,140  or  $1,200.  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  E.  V.  Epps, 
$53.23,  A.  P.  Hills,.  $911.12,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $15;  labour  at  $75  or  $80 
per  m.,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  $1,563.73,  at  $2.50  or  $4  per 

d.,  $699,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $121.82;  board  at  $28  per  m.,  $1,112.06 4,475  96 

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Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $      cts. 

Anderson  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Concluded — Piscifacture  du  lac 
Anderson,  C  olombie-Britannique — Fin 

D.  Bothwell,  disbursements:   travelling  expenses,  $446.30;  sundry,  $362.72 809  02 

Accounts  under  $300:  hardware,  $675.08;  lumber,  $138.34;   oil,  $287.37;  sundry, 

$360.34;  detailed  in  Disbursements  British  Columbia,  $201.63 1,662  76 


8,669  74 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance   298  82 


Total 8,370  92 

Babine  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscifacture  du  lac  Babine,  Colombie- 

Britannique 

C.  R.  T.  Hearn,  assistant,  at  $1,140  or  $1,200,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  main- 
tenance, $958.83,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $15 973  83 

Labour  at  $75  per  m.,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  $1,922.82,  cost  of 

living  bonus,  $462.49;  board  at  $40  per  m.,  $1,785.69 4,171  00 

C.  R.  T.  Hearn,  disbursements:  carrying  mail  at  $30  per  trip,  $720;  labour, 
whipsawing  boards  according  to  contract,  $737.75,  at  $2  or  $3  per  d.,  $927,  at 
37jc.  per  hr.,  $329;  shingles,  14  M,  $280;  transporting  men  and  supplies, 
$84.45;  travelling  expenses,  $183.80;  sundry,  $100.88;  less,  charged  to 
Lloyd's  Creek  Eyeing  Station,  $25.60 3,337  28 

Accounts  under  $300:  freighting  supplies,  $162.38;  hardware,  $270.48,  over- 
payment, $1.44;  oil,  $133.72;  sundry,  $244.50;  detailed  in  Disbursements 
British  Columbia,  $82.66   895  18 


9,377  29 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance  477  49 


Total ; 8,899  80 

Banff  Hatchery,  Alberta — Piscifacture  de  Banff,  Alberta 

R.  T.  Rodd,  superintendent,  at  $1,680,  $980,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $40.25 ;  S.  Craig, 
superintendent  Grade  2  Hatchery,  at  $1,440,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  main- 
tenance,  $355.20    1,375  45 

Assistants:   B.  S.  Fox,  $1,200,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297,  O.  Bright  at  $1,140, 

$205.32;   board,  $84    1,786  32 

R.  T.  Rodd,  disbursements:  express,  $459;  labour,  at  $4.50  per  d.,  $211.50,  at 
45c.  per  hr.,  $106.45;  travelling  expenses,  $374.90;  truck  repairs,  $81.80; 
sundry,  $224.03    1,457  68 

Accounts  under  $300:  fuel,  $270.60 ;  sundry,  $687.21 957  81 

5,577  26 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 337  25 

Total 5,240  01 

Bedford  Hatchery,  Nova  Scotia — Piscifacture  de  Bedford,  Nouvelle-Ecosse 
G.  Heatley,  assistant  at  $1,260,  $840,  superintendent,   at  $1,260,  $420,   cost  of 

living  bonus,  $285  1,545  00 

Labour:  at  $75  per  m.,  $675 ;  at  $1.50  to  $2.50  per  d.,  $290.68 965  68 

Construction    of   hatchery  dwelling:  superintendent,    at    $125   per   m.,   $813.50; 

labour,  at  30c.  to  $1   per  hr..  $4,262.35;   material   purchased  from  various 

firms  (including  lumber,  J.  Davison  &  Son,  $2,634.42) ,  $7,028.91 9,104  76 

G.    Heatley    disbursements:    express,    $128.72;    meals    and    provisions,    $160.70; 

travelling  expenses,  $75.80 ;  sundry,  $152.15  517  37 

Davison,  J.  &  Son,  Limited,  Halifax:  lumber  at  $28  to  $145  per  M,  $636.35; 

sundry,    $44.87;    overpayment,    $516.10     refunded    to    Casual    Revenue    in 

1924-25 1,197  32 

Stevens,  C.  F.,  disbursements:  labour  at  $2.50  to  $4.50  per  d.,  $801.95,  at  $5.40 

per  d.,  $151.20;  travelling  expenses,  $114.95;  sundry,  $11.05 1,079  15 

Accounts  under  $400:  fish  eggs,  $390.50;  fuel,  $315.25;  sundry,  $1,647.44 2,353  19 

16,762  47 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 285  00 

Total  16,477  47 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—99 

Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $      cts. 

Collingwood  Hatchery,  Ontario — Piscifacture   de   Collingwood,   Ontario 

J.  E.  Turner,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69 1,749  00 

J.  D.  Montgomery,  assistant,  12  m.,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;   labour 

at  $75  per  m.,  $450,  at  $3  to  $3.50  per  d.,  $2,130,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $82.19.  4,219  19 

J.  E,  Turner,  disbursements:  board,  $274.77;  labour  at  $2.50  to  $3  per  d.,  $719.25; 

sundry,  $187.41  1,181  43 

Acadia  Gas  Engines,  Limited,  Bridgewater,  gas  engine  2,350  00 

Gauthier,  C.  H.,  Walkerville:  whitefish,  at  10c.  each,  $1,731.20;  sundry  supplies, 

$41.85   1,773  05 

Accounts  under  $500:  coal,  $387.50;  light  and  power,  $409.28;  lumber,  $123.50; 

hardware,  $131.14 ;  trucking,  $369.50 ;  sundry,  $444.43 1,865  35 

13,138  02 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 448  19 

Total 12,689  83 

Cowichan  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscifacture  du  lac  Cowichan, 
Colombie-Britannique 

J.  H.  Castley,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,560,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150. 1,710  00 

Assistants  at  $1,140  or  $1,200  per  yr.  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance: 

H.  T.  Hardinge,  $75,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $23.25,  A.  P.  Hills,  $46.45,  A.  H. 

Luck,  $613.79,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $210.75;   labour  at  $4  per  d.,  $2,448; 

board  at  $20  per  m.,  $172.03 3,589  27 

J.  H.  Castley,  disbursements:  hauling  supplies,  $226;  express,  $57.06;  travelling 

expenses,  $139.34 ;  sundry,  $95.14   517  54 

Accounts  under  $300:  fish  food,  $157.84;  hardware,  $190.52;   oil,  $146.12;   wood, 

$221.25;    sundry,    $430.71;    detailed     in    Disbursements     British     Columbia, 

$133.39   1,279  83 

7,096  64 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance  384  00 

Total 6,712  64 


Cultus  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscifacture  du  lac  Cultus,  Colombie- 
Britannique 

H.  R.  Evans,  superintendent:  at  $1,260.  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance, 
less  $75  charged  to  1924-25,  $957.91;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $279;  allowance 

in  lieu  of  dwelling,  $70  1,306  91 

Labour  at  $4  per  d.,  $3,532 ;  board  at  $25  per  m.,  $258.87 3,790  87 

Accounts  under  $500:    disbursements,   H.   R.   Evans,  $491.53;    Bundry,   $389.44; 

detailed  in  Disbursements  British  Columbia,  $156.03  1,037  00 

6,134  78 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance  279  00 

Total 5,855  78 

Dauphin  River  Hatchery,  Manitoba— Piscifacture  de  la  riviere  Dauphin, 

Manitoba 

W.  McCannon,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,830  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  or  $1,140  per  yr.,  G.  E.  Butler,  $665,  cost  of  living  bonus, 
$65,  W.  T.  Walker,  $1,080,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;  labour  at  $90  or  $110 

per  m.,  $2,057.34,  at  $3  per  d.,  $33  4,215  34 

Sumner,  W.  Fairford,  wood  at  $3  or  $3.50  per  cord 784  50 

Accounts  under  $200:  disbursements,  W.  McCannon,  $92;  oil,  $159.04;  sundry, 

$610.54   861  58 

7,691  42 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance  530  00 

Total , 7,161  42 

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O— 100  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $      cts. 

Dauphin  River  Spuwn  Camp,  Manitoba — Reserve  de  frai  de  la  riviere  Dauphin, 

Manitoba 

C.  P.  Paulson,  disbursements:  board  at  85c.  per  d.,  $352.75;  labour  at  $3  per  d., 

$486  838  75 

Accounts  under  $100  261  89 

Total 1,100  64 

Fort    Qu'Appelle    Hatchery,   Saskatchewan — Piscifacture    de    Fort    Qu'Appelle, 

Saskatchewan 

W.  C.  Mapes,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,395,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $246.24 1,641  24 

O.  Bright,  assistant,  at  $1,140,  $894.84,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;  labour  at  $90 

or  $110  per  m.,  $1,320.97,  labour  at  $3  or  $4  per  d.,  $419.50 2,950  31 

W.   C.   Mapes,   disbursements:    express,   $331.63;    travelling    expenses,   $135.25; 

sundry,  $132.38 599  26 

McDonald,  D.  H.  &  Co.,  Fort  Qu'Appelle,  coal  at  $9.25  to  $23.50  per  ton 1,128  60 

Accounts  under  $400;  nets,  $352.21 ;  sundry,  $871 1,223  21 

7,542  62 

Less  charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 561  24 

Total 6,981  38 

Gerrard  Hatchery,  British   Columbia — Piscifacture   de   Gerrard,   Colombie- 

Britannique 

A.  Robertson,  superintendent,  at  $1,680,  $700,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $111.64..  811  64 

Labour  at  $15  per  m.,  $100  65,  at  $2.50  to  $4  per  d.,  $1,414.93;  board,  $467.41..         1,982  99 
Accounts  under  $500: — disbursements,  A.  Robertson,  $494.79;   sundry,  $210.32; 

detailed  in  Disbursements  British  Columbia,  $11.35 716  46 

3,511  09 

Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 111  64 

Total 3,399  45 

Grand  Falls  Hatchery,  New  Brunswick — Piscifacture  de  Grand  Falls,  Nouveau- 

Brunswick 

P.  Parent,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,440,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $202 1,642  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  per  vr.. — W.  A.  McOluskey,  $1,042.67.  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$315,  I.  A.  Mowat,  $204,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $13.60;  labour  at  $1.50  or  $2.50 

per  d.,  $55 1,630  27 

Cushing,  G.  S.,  St.  John:   coal,  at  $16  per  ton,  $434.40;   freight,  $72 506  40 

Starr,  R.  P.  &  W.  F.,  Limited,  St.  John:  coal  at  $16  per  ton,  $480.80;  freight, 

$75.96 556  76 

Accounts   under  $500: — disbursements,   P.   Parent,  $448.04;   fish  food,   $186.95; 

truck  repairs,  $143.59;  sundry,  $708.28 1,486  86 

5,822  29 

Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 530  60 

Total 5,291  69 

Gull  Harbour  Hatchery,  Manitoba — Piscifacture  de  Gull,  Manitoba 

C.  P.  Paulson,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,830  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080.  J.  P.  Tait,  $538.64,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $120.75,  B.  Stefan 

son,  $79.74;  labour  at  $110  per  m.,  $938.66,  at  $3  or  $4  per  d.,  $552,  at  45c. 

to  $1  per  hr.,  $63.50 2,293  29 

C.  P.  Paulson,  disbursements:  boat  hire.  $190:  labour  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $318.50; 

travelling  expenses,  $155.05 ;  sundry,  $43.15 706  70 

Grimolfson,  J.,  Hecla,  wood,  at  $5  per  cord 1,000  00 

Skaptason,  J.  B. :  express,  $447.59 ;  sundry  disbursements,  $59.67 507  26 

Accounts  under  $300:— nets,  $255;   sundry,  $434.63 689  63 

7,026  88 

Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 270  75 

Total 6,756  13 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 101 


Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $       cts. 

Harrison  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscijacture  du   lac  Harrison, 
C  olombie-Britannique 

H.  L.  Gibbs,  superintendent,  12  m 1,680  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  or  SI. 140,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  E.  V. 
Epps,  $859.70,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297,  S.  E.  Carrick,  $868.55, 
cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;  labour,  at  $75  or  $80  per  m., 
$1,213.55,  at  $2.75  per  d.,  $1,892,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $323.47;  board  at  $25 

per  m.,  $1,701.48 7,452  75 

H.  L.  Gibbs,  disbursements:  labour  at  $3.50  or  $4  per  d.,  $901;  sundry,  $181.51.         1,082  51 
Accounts  under  $200:   lumber,  $142.88;   sundry,  $534.03;    detailed  in  Disburse- 
ments British  Columbia,  $244.28 921  19 

11,136  45 
Less — charged   to   Provisional   Bonus    Allowance 917  47 

Total 10,218  98 

Kelly's  Pond  Hatchery,  Prince  Edward  Island — Piscijacture   de  Kelly's  Pond, 

He  du  Prince-Edouard 

F.  C.  Hayley,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,485,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $171.99 1,656  99 

Assistants  at  $1,140  or  $1,200;  K.  G.  Shdllington,  $585,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69, 

A.  Tait,  $570,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $72 1,296  00 

Grant,  D.,  Kelly's  Pond:  parent  salmon  at  $1.50  each,  $708;  sundries,  $39 747  00 

Accounts   under   $300:— coal,   $230.08;    disbursements,   F.    C.   Hayley,   $218.39; 

trucking,  $254;  sundry,  $769.56 1,472  03 

5,172  02 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 312  99 

Total 4,859  03 

Kennedy  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscijacture  du  lac  Kennedy, 
C  olombie-Britannique 

J.  E.  Martin,  superintendent,   12  m.,  $1,560,   cost  of  living  bonus,  $162 1,722  00 

W.  P.  Forsythe,  assistant,  at  $1,140  or  $1,200  per  yr.,  less  $20  in  lieu  of  main- 
tenance, $942.44,  cost  of  living  bonus  $13.83;  labour  at  $75  or  $80  per  m., 
less  $20  in  lieu   of  maintenance,  $2,042.22,   cost   of   living   bonus,   $430.17; 

board  at  $28  per  m.,  $1,294.27 4,722  93 

Accounts  under  $500: — disbursements,  J.  E.  Martin,  $459.75;  oil,  $435.91;  sundry, 

$276.70;   detailed  in   disbursements  British   Columbia,  $21.93 1,194  29 

7,639  22 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 606  00 

Total 7,033  22 

Kenora  Hatchery,  Ontario — Piscijacture  de  Kenora,  Ontario 

R.  Parker,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69 1,749  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  to  $1,260  per  yr.:  D.  Douglas,  $171,  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$49.87;  A.  B.  Mclntyre,  $540;  A.  Openshaw,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297; 

R.  Redner,  $400,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $99 2,816  87 

R.  Parker,  disbursements:  board  at  85c.  per  d.,  $811.75;  labour,  at  $3  to  $3.50  per 

d.,  $4,591.25;  express,  $133.10;  sundry,  $86.19 5,622  29 

Home,  F.,  Keewatin,  hire  of  steam  tug  and  scow  at  $15  or  $20  per  d., 1,090  00 

Kron,  J.  &  Son,  Kenora:  coal,  at  $10.39  or  $18.50  per  ton,  $1,044.17;  wood,  8 

cords,  $72.80 1,116  97 

Accounts  under  $300: — disbursements,  R.  Redner,  $157;   cartage,  $121.40;  light, 

heat  and  power,  $296.62 ;   lumber,  $157.81 ;   sundry,  $786.18 1,519  01 

13,914  14 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 514  87 

Total 13,399  27 


O— 102  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $      cts. 

Kingsville   Hatchery,   Ontario — Piscifacture    de   Kingsville,    Ontario 

S.  Adamson,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $69 1,749  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  or  $1,260,  G.  K.  Manore,  $1,215,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297, 

M.  Miller,  $605.33,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $303.14;  labour  at  $2.50  to  $4  per 

d,  $1,757.50 4,177  97 

Lake  Erie   Coal  Co.,  Limited,  Walkerville:    coal,  at  $4.75  or  $6.15'  per   toin, 

$1,149.93 ;  duty,  $25.31 ;  freight,  $106.96 1,282  20 

Accounts  under  $500: — disbursements,  S.  Adamson,  $499.94,  fish  eggs,  $416.20; 

cartage,  $226.80;    sundry,  $749.96 1,892  90 

9,102  07 

Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 669  14 

Total 8,432  93 

Lindloff  Hatchery,  Nova  Scotia — Piscifacture  de  Lindloff,  Nouvelle-Ecosse 

Accounts  under  $500;   disbursements,  C.  F.  Stevens,  $467.20;    distributing  fry, 

$117.70;  lumber,  $132.08;  sundry,  $402.57 1,119  55 

Lloyd's   Creek  Eyeing  Station,  British   Columbia — Station   de   surveillance   de 
Lloyd  Creek,  Colombie-Britannique 

Advertising 9  00 

G.  J.  Morgan,  assistant,  at  $1,260,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  $333.06, 
cost  of  living  bonus,  $162.08;  labour  at  $75  per  m.,  less  $20  in  lieu  of  main- 
tenance, $154,  at  $2.75  to  $4  per  d.,  $61.25,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $24.28 734  67 

Accounts  under  $200:— disbursements,  H.  L.  Gibbs,  $62.65;  C.  R.  T.  Hearns, 
$25.60,  H.  W.  Hunt,  $55.60,  G.  J.  Morgan,  $185.58,  T.  E.  Scott,  $20.90, 
groceries,  $172.37,  sundry,  $204.01 ;  detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Colum- 
bia, $47.61 774  32 

1,517  99 
Less — charged   to    Provisional    Bonus    Allowance 186  36 

Total 1,331  63 

Margaree  Hatchery,  Nova  Scotia — Piscifacture   de   Margaree,  Nouvelle-Ecosse 

L.  J.  Burton,  superintendent,   12  m.,  $1,440,   cost   of   living  bonus,  $202 1,642  00 

F.  McDermid,  assistant,  12  m.,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;  labour,  at  $75 
or  $95  per  m.,  $939.84,  at  $1.50  to  $4  per  d.,  $1,565.25,  cost  of  living  bonus, 

$315 4,377  09 

Smith,  D.,  N.  E.  Margaree,  Ford  truck 735  00 

Accounts  under  $300:— disbursements— L.  J.  Burton,  $224.41;   J.  Catt,  $207.72; 

J.  D.  Nichol,  $231.80;  sundry,  $1,208.50 1,872  43 

8,626  52 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 814  00 

Total 7,812  52 

Margaree  Pond,  Nova  Scotia — Etang  de  Margaree,  Nouvell-Ecosse 

Labour— at  $95  per  m.,  $412.69,  at  $2.50  or  $3  per  d.,  $1,249.75,  cost  of  living 

bonus,  $124.87 1,787  31 

Parent  salmon   at  $2.25  each,  purchased  from  various  persons 1,901  25 

Williams,  A.  R.  Machinery  Company    (Maritime)   Limited,  St.  John:   bucket, 

Hayward  Orange  Peel,  $310 ;   derrick,  $260 570  00 

Accounts  under  $300:— disbursements,  J.  P.  Chiasson,  $200;    sundry,  $307.88..  507  88 

4,766  44 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 124  87 

Total 4,641  57 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 103 

Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $      cts. 

Middleton  Hatchery,  Nova  Scotia — Piscifacture  de  Middleton,  Nouvelle-Ecosse 

H.  V.  Gates,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,320,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $261 1,581  00 

L.  Baker,  assistant.  12  m.,  $1,140,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315;   labour,  at  $2.50 

to  $6  per  d.,  $1,280.75 2,735  75 

H.    V.    Gates,    disbursements:    express,    $456.11;    travelling    expenses,    $140.35; 

trucking,  $806.95;   sundry,  $155.87 1,559  28 

Ford  Motor  Co.  of  Canada,  Limited,  Ford,  truck 699  50 

Accounts   under  $400:  fish   eggs,   $330;   fish   food,   $385.73;    hardware,    $305.44; 

wood  and  coal,  $389;  sundry,  $812.05 2,222  22 

8,797  75 

Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 576  00 


Total 8,221  75 


Miramichi   Hatchery,   New   Brunswick — Piscifacture    de    Miramichi,    Nouveau- 

Brunswick 

F.  Burgess,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $119 1,799  00 

G.  Sutherland,  assistant,   12  m.,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;   labour,  at 

$2.50  to  $4  per  d.,  $503.75 2,060  75 

Stothart    Mercantile    Co.,    Limited,   Newcastle:  coal,    at   $13   or   $21    per    ton, 

$485.13;  sundry  hardware,  $39 524  13 

Accounts    under    $400:    disbursements,   F.    Burgess,    $359.95;    distributing    cans, 

$142.77;   truck  "hire,  $133.02;   oil,  $148.48;   repairing  truck,  $138.38;   sundry, 

$304.40 1,227  00 


5,610  88 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  $onus  Allowance 416  00 


Total 5,194  88 


Miramichi   Salmon  Pond,   New   Brunswick — Etang   a   saumons    de    Miramichi, 

N  ouveau-Brunswick 

Labour  at  $2.50  to  $3.50  per  d.,  $2,095.75,  at  $5  or  $6  per  d.,  $343.25 2,439  00 

Loraine,  T.  A.,  South  Esk,  parent  salmon  at  15c.  each 620  25 

Accounts    under    $300:  disbursements,    F.    Burgess,    $19.33;    hardware,    $214.88; 

lumber,  $253.87;  sundry,  $221.24 709  32 


Total 3,768  57 


Nelson  Eyeing  Station,  British   Columbia — Station  de  surveillance   de   Nelson, 

Colombie-Britannique 

A.  Robertson,  superintendent,  at  $1,680  per  yr 840  00 

Labour  at  $4  or  $4.50  per  d 1,141  50 

A.  Robertson,  disbursements:  board  and  lodging,  $312.95;   travelling  expenses, 

$369.25 ;  sundry,  $102.69 784  89 

Accounts   under  $200,   $453.43;    detailed   in    Disbursements,   British    Columbia, 

$205.74 659  17 


Total 3.425  56 


New  Mills  Salmon  Pond.  New  Brunsunck — Etang  a  saumons   de   New  Mills, 

N  ouveau-Brunswick 

W.   White,    superintendent,    at    $1,140,    $687.45;    overpayment    $1    refunded   in 

1924-25,  cost  of  living  bonus.  $189.68 877  13 

Labour  at  $2.75  or  $3  per  d. . . 1,154  50 

Parent  fish  purchased  from  various  persons:  salmon  at  $3.50  each,  trout  at  50c.  2,384  50 
Accounts  under  $200:  disbursements,  A.  Mowat,  $29.25;  disbursements,  W.  White, 

$31.19;  sundry,  $548.71 609  15 


5,025  28 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 189  68 


Total 4.835  60 


O— 104  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $      cts. 

Pemberton  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscifacture  de  Pemberton,  Colombie- 

Britannique 

T.  W.  Graham,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,830  00 

Assistants  at  $1,140  or  $1,260  .per  yr.,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance, 
G.  J.  Morgan.  $90.16,  J.  Lindsay,  $984.52,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $15,  J. 
Edwards,  $964.36,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;  labour  at  $75  or  $80  per  m., 
less  $20  per  cm.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  $2,605.99,  at  $3.50  or  $4  per  d., 
$927.50,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $636.64;  board  at  $27  per  m.,  $1,766.05 8,287  22 

T.    W.    Graham,    disbursements:    hauling,    $395;    travelling    expenses,    $252.05; 

sundry,    $177.75 824  80 

Hunt,  H.  W.,  disbursements:  boat  hire,  $161.50;  freight,  $150.10;  labour,,  plant- 
ing eggs,  $297.50;  travelling  expenses,  $118.45;  sundry,  $81.25 808  80 

Accounts  under  $400:  distributing  cans,  $122.15;  drag  saw,  $224.79;  hardware, 
$251.92;  lumber,  $453.76;  transportation  and  planting  of  eggs,  $259.72; 
sundry,  $693.42;  detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $689.18 2,694  94 

14,445  78 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 1,098  64 

Total 13,347  12 


Pitt   Lake   Hatchery,   British    Columbia — Piscifacture    du   lac   Pitt,    Colombie- 

Britannique 

J.  Mclsaac,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,260,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance         1,020  00 
Labour   at   $720    to    $960    per   yr.,    less   $20    per   m.    in    lieu    of    maintenance, 
$2,323.92,  at  $2.50  to  $5.20  less  board  at  $1.20  per  d.,  $1,882.80,  cost  of  living 

bonus,  $498.64 ;  board  at  $1.20  per  d.  or  $22.50  per  m.,  $1,840.36 6,545  72 

Accounts  under  $200:  dynamite,  $118.59;  disbursements,  J.  Mclsaac,  $40.75; 
freighting  supplies,  $111.40;  lumber,  $153.06;  sundry,  $337.53;  detailed  in 
Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $27.94 789  27 

8,354  99 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 498  64 

Total 7,856  35 


Port  Arthur  Hatchery,  Ontario — Piscifacture   de   Port  Arthur,  Ontario 

A.  J.  McNab,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,560,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150;  S.  Craig, 
superintendent  Grade  2  Hatchery,  at  $1,440  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of 
maintenance,  $618,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $261 2,589  00 

Assistant.  J,  Garriock.  12  m.,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;  labour  at  $80 

per  m..  $960,  at  $2  or  $3  per  d.,  $381,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315 3,213  00 

Accounts  under  $400:  fish  eggs,  $381.80;  coal,  $221.05;  express,  $152.51;  distribut- 
ing fry,  $210;  disbursements,  A.  J.  McNab,  $240.37;  lumber,  $322.16; 
sundry,    $670.79 2,198  68 

8,000  68 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 1,023  00 

Total 6,977  68 

Restigouche  Hatchery,  New  Brunswick — Piscifacture  de  Restigouche,  Nouveau- 

Brunswick 

A.  Mowat.  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,560,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,710  00 

Assistants:  W.  A.  Mowat,  12  m.,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;  A.  McDougall, 
at  $1,260.  $705.28.  cost  of  living  bonus,  $226.13;   labour  at  $2.75  to  $3.50 

per  d.,  $252.25 2,740  66 

Accounts  under  $400:  disbursements,  A.  Mowat,  $388.12;  W.  A.  Mowat,  $28.75; 
distributing  frv,  $200;  coal.  $364.37;  nesting  trays.  $360;  hatching  troughs, 
$200;  wood,  $200;  sundry,  $500.43 .' 2,241  67 

6,692  33 
Less — Charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 673  13 

Total 6,019  20 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 105 

Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture— Suite  $      cts. 

Rivers  Inlet  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscijacture  de  Rivers  Inlet, 
C  olombie-Britannique 

W.  Reid,  superintendent,  at  $1,680,   less  $20   per  m.  in  lieu   of  maintenance, 

$1,452.90,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,602  90 

Assistants  at  $1,140  or  $1,200,  less  $20  per  m.  in  ldeu  of  maintenance,  C.  Sayer, 
$909.28,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $272.25,  F.  A.  Tingley,  $959.20,  cost  of  living 
bonus,  $15;  labour  at  $900  or  $960  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance, 
$4,088.95,  at  $2.50  to  $8.75  per  d.,  $874.53,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $664.59;  board, 
at  $35  per  m.,  $3,953.26 11,737  06 

W.  Reid,  disbursements:    freighting  supplies,  $200;    lumber,  $400.45;    travelling 

expenses,   $127.75;    sundry,   $323.90 1,052  10 

Ford  Motor  Co.  of  Canada,  Vancouver,  Ford  truck 618  50 

Northern  B.  C.  Fisheries  Limited,  Vancouver,  lumber,  30,102  ft.  at  $36  to  $60 

per  M 1,184  88 

Accounts  under  $500:  disbursements.  G.  J.  Morgan,  $149.11;  boat,  $195;  lumber, 
$446.55;  motor,  $261.45;  oil,  $387.82;  sundry,  $1,022.97;  detailed  in  Dis- 
bursements British  Columbia,  $315.33 2,778  23 

18,973  67 
Less— Charged  to   Provisional   Bonus   Allowance 1,101  84 

Total 17,871  83 

St.  John  Hatchery,  New  Brunswick — Piscijacture  de  St.  Jean,  Nouveau- 

Brunswick 

J.  D.  Nichol,  superintendent,  12  m 1,455  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  or  $1,140,  K.  G.  Shillington,  $475,  M.  Miller,  $324.84;   A. 

Tait,  $665;  labour  at  $75  per  m.  or  $2.50  per  d.,  $337.50 1,802  34 

J.   D.    Nichol,    disbursements:    express,    $306.16;    travelling    expenses,    $286.71; 

sundry,  $89.10 681  97 

Foley,  R.,  St.  John,  Ford  truck 596  29 

Accounts  under  $500:— coal,  $407.25;  fish  eggs,  $269.50;  fish  food,  $325.52;  dis- 
bursements, M.  Miller,  $356.47;  hardware,  $151.29;  property  leases,  $206; 
sundry,  $454.01 2,170  04 

Total 6,705  64 


St.  John  Salmon  Pond,  New  Brunswick — Etang  a  saumons  de  St.  Jean, 
Nouveau-Brunswick 

Labour  at  $3  to  $4  per  d.,  $342,  overpayment  $112.  at  $5  per  m.,  $10 352  00 

Parent  salmon  at  $5.25  each ' 3,470  25 

J.  D.  Nichol,  disbursements,  labour  at  $3  to  $4  per  d 1,346  00 

C.  F.  Stevens,  disbursements:  labour  at  $3.50  or  $4  per  d.,  $1,670;  sundry,  $82.57  1,752  57 

Accounts  under  $400:  lumber,  $389.10;  property  rental,  $200;  sundry,.  $273.22. . . .  862  32 

Total 7,783  14 


Sarnia  Hatchery,  Ontario — Piscijacture   de   Sarnia,   Ontario 

A.  G.  Laschinger.  superintendent,  12  m..  $1,560,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,710  00 

F.  Sole,  netmaker,  12  m.,  $1,440,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $261;  labour  at  $75  per 

m.,  $900,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315 2,916  00 

A.  G.  Laschinger,  disbursements:   cartase,  $137.40;  board  and  lodging,  $100.70; 

freight,  $147.41;  labour  at  $2.50  to  $4  per  d.,  $2,190.25;  sundry,  $166.09....  2,741  85 

Century  Coal  Co.,  Limited,  Sarnia,  coal  at  $7.25  per  ton 842  56 

Accounts  under  $400:— coal,  $186.70;    express,   $148.45;    hardware,  $209.26;   oil, 

$201 .7,5 ;    Ford   roadster,   $300 ;    sundry,   $202.09 1 ,248  25 

9,458  66 

Less — Charged   to   Provisional   Bonus   Allowance 726  00 

Total 8,732  66 


O— 106 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture — Suite  $      cts. 

Skeena  River  Hatchery,  British   Columbia — Piscifacture  de   la  riviere  Skeena, 

Colombie-Britannique 

J.   Catt,   superintendent   at   $1,680 560  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  or  $1,140  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  R.  H. 
Eaton.  $919.20.  cost  of  laving  bonus,  $60,  A.  H.  Luck,  $75,  H.  J.  Ryder, 
$368.06,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $34.65;  labour,  at  $900  or  $960  less  $20  per  m. 
in  lieu  of  raaintanance,  $3,028.20,  at  $3.75  or  $4  per  d.,  $382.87,  cost  of  living 
bonus,  $489;   board  at  $35  per  m.,  $2,342.09 7,699  07 

Accounts  under  $500 :— disbursements,  J.  Catt,  $298.69;  hardware,  $147.68;  lumber, 
$198.46;  launch  repairs,  $170.55;  Ford  truck.  $461;  sundry,  $1,002.66; 
detailed  in  Disbursements  British  Columbia,  $230.66 2,509  70 

10,768  77 
Less — Charged   to   Provisional   Bonus   Allowance 583  €5 

Total : 10,185  12 

Southampton  Hatchery,  Ontario — Piscifacture  de  Southampton,  Ontario 

A.  McDougall,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,560,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,710  00 

A.  E.  Mouck.  assistant.  12  m.,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297;  labour,  at  $900 

per  yr.,  $450,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $315,  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $1,263.50 3,585  50 

A.  McDougall,  disbursements:  labour,  at  $1.50  per  d.,  $398.25;  sundry,  $163.45..  561  70 

Southampton  Corporation,  water  supply,  3  m.  to  June  30,  1923..... 1,000  00 

Accounts  under  $500:— coal,  $509.44;   tug  hire,  $192;   sundry,  $396.25 1,097  69 

7,954  89 
Less — Charged  to   Provisional   Bonus   Allowance 762  00 

Total 7,192  89 


Spray  Lake  Hatchery,  Alberta — Piscifacture  des  lacs  Spray,  Alberta 

S.  Craig,  superintendent,  at  $1,440  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  $332.13; 

O.  Bright,  assistant,  at  $1,140,  $39.84;  labour  at  $4  per  d.,  $332 703  97 

Accounts  under  $300:— disbursements,  R.  T.  Rodd.  $185.70;   groceries,  $106.39; 

sundry,  $183.09 475  18 

Total 1,179  15 


Stuart  Lake  Hatchery,  British  Columbia — Piscifacture  du  lac  Stuart, 
Colombie-Britannique 

H.  C.  Crawford,  superintendent  at  $1,680,  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  mainten- 
ance          1,440  00 

Labour  at  $720  to  $900  less  $20  per  m.  in  lieu  of  maintenance,  $1,115.32;  cost  of 

living  bonus,  $83.25;  board  at  $35  per  m.,  $1,023.25 2,221  82 

H.  C.  Crawford,  disbursements:  carrying  mail  at  $10  or  $12  per  trip,  $132; 
labour  at  $1.50  to  $4  per  d..  $430.50;  planting  eggs,  $259.73;  travelling 
expenses,   $141.10;    sundry,  $174.46 1,137  79 

Accounts  under  $300:  hardware.  $113.98;  sundry.  $173.14;  detailed  in  Disburse- 
ments  British  Columbia,   $66.23 ' 353  35 

Less — Charged   to  Provisional  Bonus   Allowance 

Total 5.069  71 

Thurlow  Hatchery,   Ontario — Piscifacture   de   Thurlow,   Ontario 

J.  Oakes,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,665.  cost  of  living  bonus,  $81.48 1,746  48 

Assistants,  T.  A.  Gordon.  12  m..  $1,260.  cost  of  living:  bonus.  $297.  A.  Hill.  12  m., 
$1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297.  E.  G.  Burgess,  at  $1,260.  $840,  cost  of  living 
bonus,  $297;  labour  at  $1  to  $3  50  per  d.,  $2,174.75,  at  60c.  to  70c.  per  hr., 
$482.15;  board  at  50c.  per  d.,  $35 6,942  90 


5,152  96 
83  25 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 107 

Fish  Culture — Continued — Pisciculture— Suite  $      cts. 

Thurlow  Hatchery,  Ontario — Concluded — Piscifacture  de  Thurlow,  Ontario — Fin 

J.  Oakes,,  disbursements:  board,  at  50c.  or  85c.  per  d.,  $323.75;  cartage,  $130.75; 

collection  of  salmon  trout   eggs,  $84.20;    express,  $148.93;   labour,  at  $1.25 

or  $1.50  per  d.,  $385.63,  at  $3  to  $6  per  d.,  $1,593.50;  sundry,  $196.55 2,863  31 

Belleville  Sash  &  Door  Co.,  Limited,  Belleville:  lumber,  at  $44  to  $100  per  M, 

$1,396.15;  sundry  supplies,  $30.28 1,426  43 

Lynch,,  H.  A.,  disbursements:  labour,  at  $3.50  per  d.,  $110.25,  at  35c.  to  70c.  per 

hr,  $1,454.25;  sundry,  $73.95 1,638  45 

Schuster  Co.  Limited,  Belleville:  coal,  at  $9.50  or  $11  per  ton,  $523.80;  lumber, 

at  $44  to  $60  per  M,  $560.72 ;  sundry  supplies,  $2.30 1,086  82 

Walker  Hardware  Co.,  Belleville,  sundry  hardware 643  70 

Accounts  under  $400:— disbursements,  T.  A.  Gordon,    $383.76;     disbursements, 

F.  Sole,  $207.95;  lumber,  $230.04;  nets,  $108.13;  sundry,  $1,682.95 2,612  83 

18,960  92 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 972  48 

Total 17,988  44 

Wiarton  Hatchery,  Ontario — Piscifacture  de  Wiarton,  Ontario 

W.  J.  Eldridge,  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,680,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $118.92 1,798  92 

Assistants  at  $1,080  or  $1,260:  J.  Bundritt,  $1,260,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $297,  E.  G. 
Burgess,  $420,  H.  A.  Cheeseman,  $524.48;  labour  at  65c.  per  hr.,  $184.60,  at 
$1  or  $1.25  per  d.,  $28.50 2,714  58 

W.  J.  Eldridge,  disbursements:  labour  at  $1  to  $4  per  d.,  $1,169.90;  board,  $151; 

sundry,  $200.78 1,521  68 

Lynch.  H.  A.,  disbursements :   labour  at  30c.  to  65c.  per  hr.,  $986.45;   sundry, 

$174.05 1,160  50 

Accounts  under  $500:— distributing  fry,  $146;  coal,  $383.13;  hardware,  $469.56; 
lumber,  $182.58;  stone,  $109.60;  tug  hire,  $230;  water  rates,  $375;  sundry, 
$119.37 2,015  24 

9,210  92 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 415  92 

Total 8,795  00 

Windsor  Hatchery,  Nova  Scotia — Piscifacture  de  Windsor,  Nouvelle-Ecosse 

Advertising 6  30 

F.  M.  Millett.  superintendent,  12  m.,  $1,320,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $279 1,599  00 

Labour  at  $2.50  to  $5  per  d 500  00 

Millett,  H.,  Windsor :  hauling  fry,  $673 ;  sundry,  $49.25 722  25 

Accounts   under   $500:—  coal,    $174.27;    disbursements,   F.    M.    Millett,   $469.36; 

fish  eggs,  $220;  trays,  $101.70 ;   sundry,  $608.29 1,573  62 

4,401  17 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 279  00 

Total 4,122  17 

Winnipegosis  Hatchery,  Manitoba — Piscifacture  de  Winnipeg 'osis,  Manitoba 

H.  J.  Reid,  superintendent,  12  m..  $1,650,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $150 1,800  00 

Assistants  at  $1,080  or  $1,140:  G.  E.  Butler.  $475,  H.  M'cKellar,'  $530.42,  cost  of 

living  bonus,  $35.36;  labour  at  $75  to  $130  per  m.,  $1,185.12,  at  $2.75  to  $7 

per  d.,  $5,179.85,  less  maintenance.  $333.31 ;  cost  of  living  bonus,  $47.22 7,119  66 

H.  J.  Reid,  disbursements :   labour,  $524.75 ;  sundry,  $208.07 732  82 

Leckie,  J.,  Limited,  Toronto,  nets 672  50 

Ogryzlo,  Lytwyn  &  Co.,  Winnipegosis,  wood  at  $3  per  cord 1,062  00 

Standard  Lumber  Co.,  Limited.  Winnipegosis:  brick  at  3Jc.  to  20c.  each,  $267; 

lumber  at  $30  to  $55  per  M,  $220.77;  sundrv  supplies,  $62.03 549  80 

Accounts   under  $500:— coal,   $356.96;    freight,   $231.17;    hardware,   $450.38;    oil, 

$174.45;  smoke  stacks,  $213;  sundry,  $281.54 1,707  50 

13.644  28 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 232  58 

Total ' 13,411  70 


O— 108  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Fish  Culture — Concluded — Pisciculture — Fin  $      cts. 

Hatcheries  with  expenditure  under  $1,000 — Piscifactures  dont  les  frais  ne  depassent 

pas  $1,000 

Cranbrook  Eyeing  Station,  $77.05;  Nepisiquit,  $482.24;  New  Westminster,  70c; 

Sparkle,  $547.98;    Tobique,  $213.34 1,321  31 

General  Account — Compte  general 

Advertising 13  22 

Salaries  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  J.  Catt,  inspector  of  hatcheries,  at  $1,680,  $1,120, 
cost  of  living  bonus,  $125;  C.  W.  Harrison,  inspector  of  hatcheries,  $1,860, 
cost  of  living  bonus,  $90.96;  S.  J.  Walker,  district  inspector  of  hatcheries, 
$2,160,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $60;  J.  McHugh,  resident  engineer,  $3,000;  H. 
W.  Hunt,,  junior  resident  engineer,  $2,040,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $60;  C.  F. 
Stevens,  construction  foreman,  $1,620,  cost  of  living  bonus,  $162;  W.  Parker, 
in  advisory  capacity,  $600;  G.  J.  Morgan,  assistant  at  $1,260,  less  $20  per  m. 

in  lieu  of  maintenance,  $139.04 13,037  00 

Catt,   Jv   disbursements:    travelling   expenses,   $863.96;    sundry,    $118.42 982  38 

Jamieson,  R.  C.  &  Co.,  Limited,  Montreal,  paint,  at  $2.31  to  $2.89  per  gal 1,537  98 

McArthur,  Irwin,  Limited,  Montreal,  paint,  at  $2.25  to  $2.60  per  gal 1,101  40 

Piper,  H.  L.,  Co.,  Limited,  Montreal:  dippers,  at  $7.70  to  $10.25  per  doz.,  $149.25; 
fry  scoops,  at  $2.05  each,  $41;  hatching  trays  at  35c.  or  75c,  $250;  strainers, 

at  72c,  $146.16;  tops  for  hatching  jars,  $129;  freight,  $2.28 717  69 

Walker,  S.  J.,  disbursements:   express,  $216.71;   horse  hire,  $132;  labour,  $628; 

travelling  expenses,  $1,185.39 ;   sundry,  $144.63 2,306  73 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:  printing,  $463.34;  type- 
writers, 4,  $499,  sundries,  $127.80 1,090  14 

Accounts  under  $500:  disbursements  by,  Cranbrook  Rod  and  Gun  Club,  $381.85, 
H.  W.  Hunt,  $109,  A.  E.  Mouck,  $421.35,  J.  B.  Skaptason,  $133.25;  egg  pickers, 
$150;  express,  $157.03;  glass  jars,  $274.50;  glass  tubes,  $150.06;  paint,  $613.30; 
rental,  $100;  storage,  $497.10;  travelling  expenses,  $240.80;  wire  cloth,  $235.29; 
sundry,  $1,962.16;  detailed  in  Disbursements,  British  Columbia,  $981.74....         6,407  43 


27,193  97 
Less — charged  to  Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 497  96 


Total 26,696  01 


Scientific  Investigation  into  Practical  and  Economic  Problems  connected 

with  the  Fisheries 

Recherches   scientifiques  sur  des  problemes   pratiques   et   economiques 

concernant  les  pecheries 

Imperial  Oil,  Limited,  St.  John:  barrels,  at  $10  each,  $250;  gasoline,  at  26c  to  46c 
per  gal.,  $728.95;  freight,  $16.75;  less,  barrels  returned,  $280,  refund  of  duty, 

$57.51 658  19 

Knaght,  Dr.  A.  P.:  honorarium  season  1923,  $800;  travelling  expenses,  $340.75. ..         1,140  75 

McMurrich,  Professor,  J.  P.,  travelling  expenses 934  10 

Accounts  under  $400,  $2,674.67;    Public   Printing   and   Stationery   Department, 

Ottawa,  printing  $145.57 2,820  24 

Total 5,553  28 


Marine  Biological  Stations  and  Investigations 
Stations  et  recherches  de  biologie  marine 

Appropriation    42,000  00 

Balance    transferred    from    1922-23 2,841  19 

Advances  of  1922-23  refunded  in  1923-24  2,400  00 

Board  and  sale  of  laboratory  supplies  at  St.  Andrews 878  22 

Paid  by  Sir  Thos.  Tait  for  share  of  expense  of  water  supply 13  50 

Paid  by  Mrs.  McNichol,  share  of  expense  of  electric  light  and  water  supply....  549  68 

Cheque  307,   1922-23,   outstanding 15  90 

48,698  49 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  O— 109 


Marine  Biological  Stations  and  Investigations— Continued  $       cts. 

Stations  et  recherches  de  biologie  marine — Suite 

Atlantic  Station— Station  de  VAtlantique  ($31  £47. 67) 

Salaries  and  wages  to  March  31,  1924:  Dr.  A.  G.  Huntsman,  director,  $4,000; 
Elmer  G.  Rigby,  collector,  $1,500;  G.  H.  Lamb,  caretaker,  $850;  M.  S. 
Rigby,  secretary,  $840;  stewardesses  and  housemaids  at  $17.50  to  $60  per  m., 
$516  69-  A.  E.  Calder,  captain  of  boat  Prince,  $1,440;  C.  Matthews,  engineer, 

$960;    deckhands,    $132 10,238  69 

Dr.  A.  G.  Huntsman,  disbursements:  advertising,  $11.79;  board,  $173.55;  cartage, 
$87.59;  electric  light  and  power,  $136.35;  express  and  freight  charges, 
$365.18;  gasoline,  269  gals,  at  27c;  2  drums,  $16;  laboratory  supplies, 
$197.14;  laundry,  $107.58;  postage  and  excise  stamps,  $93.95;  printing  and 
binding,  $366.82;  house  furnishings,  $54.60;  provisions,  $1,227.59;  books  and 
pamphlets,  $405.48;  postcards  and  rewards  for  drift  bottles,  $146.20; 
travelling    expenses,    $937.01;    water    rates,    $97.20;    sundry    supplies    and 

expenses,   $645.75    5,142  41 

Eaton,  T.  Co.,  Toronto,  household  furnishings 1,522  12 

Gilman,    Roy    A.,    St.    Andrews:    installing    plumbing   and    heating    apparatus 

according  to  contract,  $2,386 ;  sundry  repairs,  $247.48 2,633  48 

Imperial  Oil.  Ltd.,  St.  John:  gasoline,  1,673  gals,  at  27c.  to  35c,  $504.99;  mobiloil, 
67i  gals,  at  $1.30  or  $1.35,  $89.83;  naphtha,  278i  gals.,  $128.11;  freight  pre- 
paid. $25.75;   steel  barrels,  6  at  $8;   wood  barrels,  2  at  $5;   less  discount, 

credit    for   goods  returned   and    overcharge,    $31.41 775  27 

Kane  &  Parker,  St.  John,  alterations  to  residence,  according  to  contract 6,107  00 

Travelling  expenses:  Helen  Battle,  $57.09;  A.  H.  Leim,  $185.07;  M.  Lenz,  $54.15; 
N.   A.   McCormick,  $67.30;    E.  C.   Noble,   $51.80;    E.   M.  Taylor,   $51.25; 

12    accounts    under    $50,    $365.35 832  01 

Public  Printing  &  Stationery  Department,   Ottawa,  printing 28  71 

Accounts    under    $500    (60) 4,667  98 

Pacific  Station — Station  du  PacifiqUe  ($11,568.39) 

Salaries  and  wages  to  March  31,  1924:  Dr.  C.  McLean  Fraser,  director,  $600; 
Prof.  C.  H.  O'Donoghue,,  acting  director,  $400;  R.  E.  Foerster,  researcher, 
9  mos.  at  $125;  Fred  Groth,  caretaker,  $1,180;  Mrs.  Fred  Groth,  house- 
keeper,   $300    3,605  00 

Board  of  scientific  staff  at  $1.50  per  day 945  50 

Dr.  C.  McLean  Fraser,  disbursements:  coal,  $61.50;  gasoline  and  oil,  295  gals., 
$80.09;  household  supplies,  $104.08;  laboratory  supplies,  $150.38;  books  and 
sundry  publications,  $75.92;  telegrams  and  telephone  messages,  $72.20;  grant 
towards  expenses  of  trip  to  Australia,  $750;  travelling  expenses  of  R.  E. 
Foerster  in  sockeye  salmon  investigation,  $387.26;  building  extension  to 
station,  labour  and  material,  $3,104.65;  sundry  supplies  and  expenses, 
$279.86 ;    overpaid,    $46.25    5,112  19 

Prof.  C.  H.  O'Donoghue,  disbursements:  freight,  $30.66;  fuel,  $75;  gasoline, 
306  gals,  at  29^c;  oil,  $6.76;  laboratory  supplies,  $160.80;  household  supplies, 
$101.25;   repairs  to  boat,  $76.95;    sundry   expenses,   $358.45 900  15 

Foerster,  R.  E.,  Vancouver,  advance  to  be   accounted  for 200  00 

Travelling  expenses:   J.  McHugh,  $4.45;  Prof,  and  Mrs.  O'Donoghue,  $379.93; 

Dr.  C.  McLean  Fraser,  $58.95 443  33 

Accounts  under  $500  (8) 362  22 

General  Account — Compte  general  ($3,450.03) 

Toronto    University:  printing,    $537.85    (see    correspondence);    stationery,    $10; 

expressage,  $4 551  85 

White,  H.  C.,  Kingston,  travelling  expenses  to  Aylmer,  Ontario,  investigating 

losses  of  trout  fry,  May  9  to  Sept.  29 668  18 

Travelling  expenses  of  members  of  Board:   Prof.  Buller,  $109.85;   Prof.  C.  J. 

Connolly,  $107.58;   Canon  Huard,  $142.85;   Dr.  Huntsman,  $90.85;   Dr.  A. 

P.  Knight,  $216.81;  Prof.  W.  T.  McClement,  $18.75;   Dr.  A.  S.  MacKay, 

$79.55;  Prof.  J.  P.  MoMurrich,  $86.95:   Prof.  E.  E.  Prince,  $137.18;   Prof. 

R.  F.  Ruttan,  $18.40 ;  A.  Handfield  Whitman,  $95.10. 1,103  87 

Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Department,  Ottawa:   printing,  $26.82;    10,000 

wrappers,    $53.50    80  32 


O— 110  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Marine  Biological  Stations  and  Investigations — Concluded  $       cts. 
Stations  et  recherches  de  biologie  marine — Fin 

General  Account — Concluded — Compte  general — Fin 

Accounts    under    $500    (9) 145  81 

Advances  to  be  accounted  for,  Dr.  A.  G.  Huntsman,  $600;  Dr.  Fraser,  $250; 

Prof.    McMurrich,,    $50 900  00 

Balance  of  appropriation  transferred  to  1924-25 1,732  40 

48,698  49 

Less,  receipts  and  transfers  from  1922-23 6,698  49 

Total 42,000  00 

Fishing  Bounty — Prime  de   peche 

New   Brunswick    16,123  25 

Nova   Scotia    91,261  55 

Prince    Edward    Island    10,153  65 

Quebec    42,378  35 


Total    159,916  80 


The  Public  Service  Retirement  Act,   1920 
Loi  de  retraite  du  service  public,  1920 

Gratuities   detailed   under   Department   of  Finance,   Part   F:    Marine   Branch, 

$7,199.56,  Fisheries  Branch,  $5,456.95 12,656  51 


Gratuities  of  Two  Months'  Salary  to  Relatives  of  Deceased  Employees 
Gratifications  de  deux  mois  de  traitement  aux  parents  de  fonctionnaires 

decedes 

Marine  Department — 

Bisson,  Marie  R.,  widow  of  W.  Bisson,  lightkeeper,  Grand  River 46  00 

Bowie,'  Margaret,  widow  of  T.  Bowie,  lightkeeper,  Nottawasaga 161  00 

Calhoun,  Clara,  widow  of  Wm.  Calhoun,  lightkeeper,  Quaco  Breakwater..  41  00 

Charlebois,  Catherine  H.,  widow  of  J.  Charlebois,  lightkeeper,  Jones  Island.  25  00 

Dawson,  Catherine,  sister  of  Mrs.  Ada  Bowers,  charwoman  at  Halifax 75  00 

Downey,  Catherine,  widow  of  W.  A.  Downey,  lightkeeper,  Amherst  Point..  20  00 

Ellis,  Ruby  M.,  widow  of  A.  Ellis,  lightkeeper,  Kynoquot 65  00 

Ganong.  A.  J.,  W.  G.  and  Jennie,  heirs  of  J.  E.  Ganong,  lightkeeper,  Cedars 

Light    25  00 

Gordon,  Sarah  J.,  widow  of  A.  Gordon,  lightkeeper,  Paohena  Point 390  00 

Gray,  Jean,  widow  of  F.  Gray,  jr.  file  clerk,,  Ottawa 150  00 

Greenwood,  Eliza  M.,  widow  of  H.  Greenwood,  lightkeeper,  Bon  Portage..  120  00 

Hewardine,  Josephine,  widow  of  T.  Hewardine,  oiler,  Lady  Laurier 120  00 

Hopkins,  Augusta,  widow  of  G.  Hopkins,  lightkeeper,  Midway  Harbour 35  00 

Langstaff,  Jennetta,  widow  of  W.  Langstaff,  foreman  labourer,  Prescott 215  00 

Lee,  Gladys  M.,  widow  of  A.  R.  Lee,  instrumentman,  Hydrographic  Survey  240  00 

Pike,  Mary  G.,  widow  of  W.  Pike,  wharf  patrolman,  St.  John 165  00 

Racette,  Thos..  son  of  D.  Racette,  lightkeeper,  St.  Croix  Range  Back  Lt 20  00 

Richard,  Salomee.  widow  of  C.  P.  Richard,  lightkeeper,  Ricnibucto  Bar 45  00 

Rivest,  Camiiille,  son  of  L.  L.  Rivest,  lightkeeper,  Repentigny 25  00 

Robitaille,  Elmina,  'widow  of  A.  Robitaille,  clerk,  Quebec 216  67 

Rourke,  Elizabeth  R.,  widow  of  P.  C.  Rourke,  wharf  patrolman,  St.  John..  165  00 

Sampson,  Linda,  widow  of  V.  Sampson,  lightkeeper,  Beaver  Island 25  00 

Sasseville,    Charlotte    L..    widow    of    J.    E.    Sasseville,    lightkeeper,    Cape 

Magdalen 280  00 

Silliker,  FGred.,  Margaret  and  Dorothy,  heirs  of  G.  W.  Silliker,  lightkeeper, 

Fort  Moncton 25  00 

Tardy,  Clara  F.,  widow  of  L.  Tardy,  lightkeeper,  Tetreauville 40  00 

Fisheries — 

Wilson.  Mrs.  Mary,  widow  of  A.  O.  Wilson,  inspector  of  Fish  Curing  and 

Packing 230  00 

Total 2,964  67 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  0—111 

Provisional  Bonus  Allowance — Boni  provisoire  de  cherte  de  vie  $       cts. 

Cost  of  living  bonus  detailed  in  sundry  services 236,127  65 


Creditors  of  the  late  Prince  Rupert  Dry  Dock  and  Engineering  Co.,  Limited 

—Vote  566 
Creanciers  de  l'ancienne  compagnie  "Prince  Rupert  Dry  Dock  and  Engineer- 
ing Co.,  Limited" — Credit  566 

Further  payments  to  certain  creditors  in  connection  with  the  construction  of 

steamers  Scottish  and  Britisher,  on  the  basis  of  50  cents  on  the  dollar 62,621  75 


Removal  of  Span  of  Bridge  over  False  Creek,  B.C. — Vote  565 
Enlevement  d'une  travee  du  pont  de  False  Creek,  C.-B. — Credit  565 

Canadian  Pacific  Ry.  Co.,  removal  of  span  of  bridge  over  False  Creek,  B.C., 

to  end  of  1923,  to  permit  of  the  movement  of  vessels 3,662  70 


REVENUE— REVENUS 

Marine — Revenus  de  la  Marine  $      cts. 

Summary — Sommaire 

Casual  Revenue (Page  0—111)  149,799  39 

Dominion  Steamers (Page  0—112)  4,840  85 

Fines  and  Forfeitures (Page  0—112)  1,184  75 

Steamboat  Inspection (Page  0—112)  127,896  95 

Wharves  and  Piers (Page  0—112)  110,551  86 

Total 394,273  80 

Casual  Revenue — Revenu  casuel 

Fees  for  searching  marine  registers,  various  provinces 64  38 

Lighthouse  and  coast  services,  signal  station  dues,  Halifax 838  00 

Examination  of  masters  and  mates,  fees  collected  by  examiners 4,246  00 

Radiotelegraph   revenue,  wireless   stations:  East    coast,   $1,128.21;    West    coast, 

$48,334.62;  Great  Lakes,  percentage  of  earnings  as  per  contract,  $2,764.05 52,226  88 

Radiotelegraph  fees  for  wireless  apparatus  and  examinations:  wireless  apparatus 

license  fees,  $35,958.65;  wireless  operators'  examination  fees,  $284 36,242  65 

Pilots'  License  fees 110  00 

Miscellaneous  Revenue  ($56,571.48) — 

Refunds  of  advances  made  in  previous  year:  R.  Belanger  $25;  G.  C.  W. 
Browne.  $225;  J.  A.  Duval.  $50;  0.  S.  Finnie.  $2,000;  R.  J.  Fraser, 
$21.43;  F.  T.  Gardham,  $70.25;  J.  E.  Lunan,  $250;  J.  0.  Mdchaud,  $25; 

A.  W.  R.  Wdlby,  $235.82 2,902  50 

Refunds  on  previous  year  expenditure:  bonus  overpaid,  $147.32;  overpaid! 
or  unclaimed  salaries,  $291.84;  expenses  previously  charged  to  ship- 
wrecked  and   distressed  seamen,  $1,480.16;    sundry  overpayments,   etc., 

refunded,  $518.45 2,437  77 

Rents  and  leases:  house  allowance  and  room  rent  of  Prince  Rupert 
employees,  $3,083.92;  rent  of  ss.  Rouville,  $319.20;  water  lots,  $4,111.02; 

sundry  rents,  $70 7,584  14 

Sales:  J.  W.  Hobbs,  C.G.S.  Stadacona,  $12,000;  Sincennes-MoNaughton 
Lines.  Ltd.,  C.G.S.  Eureka,  $12,500 ;_  Lightship  at  Red  Islet,  $2,100; 
sundry  boats,  boathouses  and  machinery,  $2,272.88;  publications  and 
records,  $2,758.01;  steel,  $2,249.46;  sundry  sales,  stores,  etc.,  $2,654.70; 

water  lot,  $623.50 37,158  55 

Sundry  revenue:  services  of  Stanley  going  to  aid  of  ss.  Pro  Patria,  $5,000; 
Dominion  Steel  Corporation,.  Ltd.,  freight  overcharged,  $700.95 ;  sundry 
repayments  for  damage  done  at  various  points,  $472.87;  sundry  small 
items,  $314.70 6,488  52 

150,299  39 
Less,  refund  of  cash  deposit,  1922^23  (Page  0-223,  1922-23) 500  00 

Total 149 ,799  39 


O— 112  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Marine — Concluded — Revenus  de  la  Marine — Fin  $      ots. 

Dominion  Steamers — Navires  a  vapeur  de  I'Etat 

Aranmore,  between  Charlottetown  and  Pietou,  freight  and  passengers 1,307  40 

Druid,  rent  of  steamer  at  $5  per  d 500  00 

Mikula,  North  shore  and  Anticosti,  freight  and  passengers 1,248  13 

Montcalm,  North  shore  and  An-tdcostd,  freight  and  passengers 248  08 

Stanley,  Pietou  and  Magdalen  Ids.,  freight  and  passengers 1,537  24 

Total 4,840  85 

Fines  and  Forfeitures — Amendes  et  confiscations 

Collected   by:  H.    H.    Drake,    Halifax,    fines,    $16.98;    J.    0.    Grey,    wages    Of 

deserters,  $1,167.77 1,184  75 

Steamboat  Inspection — Inspection  des   bateaux   a   vapeur 

Inspection  fees  collected  by  customs  officers  or  inspectors:  Ontario,  $39,390.75; 
Quebec,  $29,242.35;  New  Brunswick,  $5,465;  Nova  Scotia,  $15,147;  Prince 
Edward  Island,  $330;  Manitoba,  $1,170;  Saskatchewan,  $20;  Alberta,  $700; 
British  Columbia,  $30,555.35;  Yukon  Territory,  $985;  collected  from  various 
firms,  $2,975 ." 125,980  45 

Fees  for  engineers'  certificates  collected  by  inspectors:  R.  C.  Blythe,  Colling- 
wood.  $81;  W.  J.  Cullum.  Victoria,  $172;  N.  A.  Currie.  Halifax,  $125; 
C  E.  Dal  ton.  St.  John.  $56;  A.  Farrow.  Vancouver.  $90;  J.  T.  Gardham, 
Montreal,  $408;  F.  X.  Hamelin,  Sorel,  $76;  J.  E.  Lunan,  Montreal,  $45; 
P.  W.  Lvon.  Toronto.  $26;  W.  L.  Mackenzie.  Toronto,  $173;  B.  Mantrop, 
Victoria.  $137;  J.  W.  Matthews,  Kingston,  $77.50;  D.  J.  Murray,  Halifax, 
$94;  H.  G.  Robinson,  Vancouver.  $164;  T.  M.  Stephen.  Vancouver,  $50; 
J.  B.  Stewart,  Toronto,  $41;  W.  J.  Vigars,  Port  Arthur,  $36;  J.  A.  Samson, 
Quebec,    $65 1,916  50 

Total 127,896  95 


Wharves  and  Piers — Quais   et   jetees 

Collections  for  wharfage  and  harbour  dues:  Ontario.  $13,649.16;  Quebec, 
$17,098.56;  New  Brunswick,  $67,017.54;  Nova  Scotia,  $5,719.13;  Prince 
Edward  Island,  $401.71;  Manitoba,  $62.38;  British  Columbia,  $6,603.38 110,551  86 


Fisheries — Revenus  des  Pecheries 

Summary — Sommaire 

Fish   Culture (Page  0—112)  7.241  61 

Fish  Culture (Page  0—112)  7,241  61 

Fines   and   Forfeitures (Page  0—113)  10,255  92 

Modus    Vivendi (Page  0—113)  272  00 

Fisheries  Licenses (Page  0—113)  163,492  06 

Total    184,595  13 


Fish  Culture — Pisciculture 

Sale  of  fish  from  St.  John  Hatchery,  $243;  Thurlow  Hatchery  and  spawning 
camp,  $6,061.71,  Winnipegosis  Hatchery,  $862.50;  from  sundry  hatcheries, 
$74.40   7,241  61 


Casual  Revenue — Revenu  casuel 

Sale  of  Boats:  Patrol  Boat  E  to  Powell  &  Christie,  $515;  Patrol  Boat  B  to  E.  C. 
Bowers  &  Co.,  $175;  launch  Ruby  to  J.  A.  Maclntyre,  $205;  hull  of  Kayex 

to  John  Prescott,  $180 ;  Vendetta  to  J.  T.  Bell,  $255 1,330  00 

Refunded  for  return  of  empty  oil  barrels  681  76 

Unclaimed  fishing  bounty  cheques   198  55 

Sundry  sales,  refunds  and  rent   1,123  23 

Total   3.333  54 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  REVENUE 


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Fines  and  Forfeitures — Amendes  et  confiscations  $       ets. 

Nova  Scotia,  District  No.  1 192  76 

District  No.  2 862  05 

District  No.  3 200  82 

1,255  63 

New  Brunswick,  District  No.  1 233  00 

District  No.  2 3,161  64 

District  No    3 681  50 

4,076  14 

Prince  Edward  Island    813  05 

Manitoba  1,302  13 

Saskatchewan  480  50 

Alberta    169  00 

British  Columbia,  A.  P.  Halladay 1  441  87 

E.  G.  Taylor 499  00 

A.    Mackie    2,018  60         2,959  47 

11,055  92 
Less  fines  remitted   800  00 

Total    10,255  92 


Modus  Vivendi — Modus   vivendi 

Licenses  issued  to  United  States  fishing  vessels 


272  00 


Fisheries  Licenses — Permis  de  peche 

Summary — Sommaire 
Nova  Scotia — 

District  No.  1,  A.  G.  McLeod,  inspector 1,888  10 

District  No.  2,  D.  H.  Sutherland,  inspector 2,784  00 

District  No.  3,  H.  H.  Marshall,  inspector 4,368  71 

9,040  81 

New  Brunswick — 

District  No.  1,  J.  F.  Calder,  inspector 2,588  00 

District  No.  2,  R.  Crocker,  inspector 9,909  70 

District  No.  3,  H.  E.  Harrison,  inspector 435  93 

Paid  at  Department   126  00 

13,059  63 

Prince  Edward  Island    4,006  10 

Manitoba 13,523  75 

Saskatchewan  3,109  00 

Alberta 9,948  50 

British  Columbia — 

A.  P.  Halladay,  inspector   I       18,890  40 

E.  G.  Taylor,  inspector 32,385  05 

A.  Mackie,  inspector  67,494  82 

Consolidated    Whaling   Corporation    ,..-.■ 3,600  00 

122,370  27 

Yukon 330  00 

175,388  06 
Less  refunds   11,896  00 

Total    163,492  06 

Nova   Scotia,   District   No,   1 — Nouvelle-Ecosse^  District    n°    1 

Kitchen,  T.  H.,  Sydney,  $149.75;   McAulay,  Thos.,  Catalone,  $194.25 344  00 

Murphy,  A.  J.  Margaree  Harbour,  $281.75;  O'Toole,  J.  M.,  Baddeck,  $133.75....  415  50 

Sampson,  R.  F.,  L'Ardoise,  $229.35;  Smith,  P.  W.,  Port  Hood  Island,  $337.50....  566  85 

Thurgood,  A.  E.,  Arichat,  $213.75;  Wilkie,  A.  K,  Sugar  Loaf,  $348 561  75 

Total    1,888  10 


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0—114  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Fisheries  Licenses — Continued — Permis  de  peche — Suite  $      cts. 

Nova  Scotia,  District  No.  2—Nouvelle-Ecosse,  District  n°  2 

Arnold,  E.  M.,  Elmsdale,  $3;  Day,  A.  C,  Musquodoboit  Harbour,  $365.75 368  75 

Fraser,  E.  D.,  Pictou,  $404 ;  Harris,  W.  Gerald,  Antigonish,  $341.75 745  75 

Hollis,  C.  C.  Pugwash,  $313;  Keating,  R.  T.,  Egerton,  $98.75 411  75 

Pettis,  David  W.,  Parrsboro,  $57.25;  Pothier,  A.  A.,  Guysboro,  $469.50 526  75 

Quinn,  E.  L.,  Sonora,  $197.80 ;   Smith,  R.  L.,  Pugwash,  $143.50 341  30 

Westover,  Stanley,  Armdale  389  70 

Total    2,784  00 

Nova  Scotia,  District  No.  3 — Nouvelle-Ecosse,  District  n°  8 

Avraar,  Wm,  Meteghan,  $124.75;  Chute,  E.,  Harbourville,  $64.50 189  25 

D'EntremonJt,   Jos.,   Middle   West   Pubnico,   $1,079.90;    Evans,   A.   J.,   Chester, 

$38z.98 1,462  88 

Fraser,  W.  £.,  Liverpool,  $221.70 ;  Locke,  H.  G.,  Loekeport,  $314 535  70 

Marshall,  H.  H.,  Digby,  $15 ;  Morgan,  Elmer,  Bear  River,  $720.50 735  50 

Naas,  W.  J.,  Lunenburg,  $174.93;  Rathbone,  R.  F.  A.,  Hortonville,  $1 175  93 

Stoddart,  H.  K,  Lower  Shag  Harbour,  $476.50;  Torrie,  G.  E.,  Digby,  $474.75...  951  25 

Young,  C.  A.,  Mill  Village 318  20 

Total  4,368  71 

New  Brunswick,  District  No.  1 — Nouveau-Brunswick,  District  n°  1 

Barnes,  Bruce,  Salisbury,  $31.75;  Batson,  F.  A.,  Grand  Manan,  $539.50 571  25 

Brittain,  B.  B,  West  St.  John,  $85;  Calder,  J.  F.,  Campobello,  $132 217  00 

Conley,  C.  T„  Beaver  Harbour,  $382.25;  Joy,  W.  E.,  Seal  Cove,  $700 1,082  25 

Rigby,  Oscar  A.,  St.  Andrews  717  50 

Total    2,588  00 

New  Brunswick,  District  No.  2 — Nouveau-Brunswick,  District  n°  2 

Arsenault,  A.  J.,  Tracadie,  $162.75;  Bell,  Theo.,  Chatham,  $1,673.75 1,836  50 

Brean,  Henry,  Buctouche,  $756;  Cassidy,  H.  J.,  West  Bathurst,  $56.75 812  75 

Crocker,  Randolph,  Newcastle,  $4,174.70;  Fournier,  J.  E.,  Campbellton,  $195...  4,369  70 

Landry,  L.  J.,  Grand  Anse,  $184 ;  Le  Blanc,  J.  W.,  Shediac,  $436.25 620  25 

Long,  R.  G.,  Richibucto,  $784;  Mark,  Ernest,  Miscou  Harbour,  $195.25 979  25 

Parks,  L.  H.,  Upper  Derby,  $40;  Prescott,  C.  G.,  Baie  Verte,  $70.25 110  25 

Williston,  M.  W.,  Bay  du  Vin 1,181  00 

Total   9,909  70 

New  Brunswick,  District  No.  8 — Nouveau-Brunswick,  District  n°  8 

Bell,  J.  J.,  Gagetown,  $273.68 ;  McNallv,  A.  C,  Fredericton,  $90.20 363  88 

Mersereau,  W.  L.,  Woodstock,  $59.05;  Robertson,  J.  A.  D.,  Grand  Falls,  $13...  72  05 

Total   435  93 

New  Brunswick,  Paid  at  Department — Nouveau-Brunswick.     Paye   au 

De-par  tement 

S.  &  D.  Guptie,  rent  of  fishing  privileges  at  Dark  Harbour,  to  Nov.  30,  1924...  125  00 

Refund  of  cheque  11345  issued  in  error  as  a  refund  of  overpayment  on  license. .  1  00 

Total    126  00 

Prince  Edward  Island — He  du  Prince-Edouard 

Arseneault,  Wm.  S.,  Grindstone,  $600.25;  Chiasson,  C,  House  Harbour,  $453.60.  1.053  85 

McLellan,  P.  A,  Souris,  $871:  Palmer.  C.  R..  Roseville.  $720.50 1,591  50 

Shaw,  J.  C,  Brackley  Beach,  $764.50;  Squarebriggs,  R.  W.,  Summerside,  $596.25  1,360  75 

Total    4,006  10 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPARTMENT:  REVENUE  0—115 

Fisheries  Licenses — Continued — Permis  de  peche — Suite  $       cts. 

Manitoba 

Goodman,  A.  J.,  Gimli,  $488;  Lindal,  John,  Lundar,  $2,152 2,640  00 

McAulay,  K.  W.,  Winnipegosis,  $2,185;  Skaptason,  J.  B.,  Selkirk,  $8,133.75 10,318  75 

Stevenson,    E.    H.,    The    Pas 565  00 

Total    13,523  75 

Saskatchewan 

UTsley,  C.  W.,  Glenbogie,  $1,067;  McDonald,  G.  C.,  Prince  Albert,  $602 1,669  00 

McNichol,  D.,  Wadena,  $76 ;    Maxwell,  Thos.,  Big  River,  $883 959  00 

Pettit,  P.  S.,  Fort  Qu'Appelle,  $102;  Rowan,  Wm,  Silton,  $282 384  00 

Twidale,  John  H.,  Meadow  Lake,  $90;  Wade,  W.  W.,  Regina  Beach,  $7 97  00 


Total   3,109  00 

Alberta 

Bannister,  W.  H.,  Lac  La  Biche,  $148;  Holmes,  Jos.,  Lethbridge,  $56 204  00 

Lapierre,  W.  Conrad,  Cold  Lake,  $195;   Mills,  C.  Edgar,  Seba  Beach,  $174 369  00 

Ouimette,  B.  W.,  Mulhurst,  $63;  Richardson,  D.  A.,  Calgary,  $28 91  00 

Rodd,  R.  T.,  Edmonton,  $1,202.50;   Spargo,  Geo.  M.,  Edmonton,  $6,184.25 7,386  75 

Travers,  Sidney,  Grouard,  $1,293;  Willson,  J.  D.,  Edmonton,  $604.75 1397  75 


Total 9,948  50 

British  Columbia — Colombie-Britannique 

Halladay,  A.  P.,  New  Westminster,  licenses,  $11,826.50;  revenue  tax  of  3c  or  4c 

per  case  on  canned  salmon,  $7,064.90;  less  $1  to  be  deposited  in  1924-25 18,890  40 

Taylor,  E.  G.,  Nanaimo,  licenses,  $14,158;  revenue  tax  of  3c  or  4c  per  case  on 

canned  salmon,  $18,227.05 32,385  05 

Mackie,  A.,  Prince  Rupert,  Inspector,  Boyd,  J.,  Bella  Bella  1,358  00 

Brydon,  W.  J.,  Prince  Rupert , 139  00 

Cameron,  D.   S.,   Swanson   Bay 72  00 

iCollinson,   J.   M.,    Anandale 328  00 

Bburne,    G.   B.,    Prince    Rupert 30  00 

Fairbairn,  W.  H.,  Queen  Charlotte  City 62  00 

[Hutchison,  J.  F.,  Prince  Rupert:  licenses,  $382.50;  revenue  tax  of  3c  or  4c 

per  case  on  canned  salmon,  $39,289.88 39,672  38 

Mackie,  A.,  Prince  Rupert*  licenses,  $22,019.50;  revenue  tax  of  3c  or  4c  per 

case  on  canned  salmon,  $2,393.94    24,413  44 

Sangstad,  R.,  River's  Inlet 1,194  00 

Singer,  W.  S.,  Port  Clement 14  00 

Urseth,  I.,  Bella  Coola 212  00 

Paid  at  Department: 

Consolidated  Whaling  Corporation,  license 3,600  00 

Total   122,370  27 

Yukon. 

Field,  R.,  Dawson,  $20;  Telford  E.,  Dawson,  $310  330  00 


Refunds — Remboursements 

Nova  Scotia — 

Licenses  cancelled,  J.  A.  Cesdle,  $7;  Elliott  &  Co.,  $7;  G.  E.  Torrie,  $5 

Overpayments  due  to  amended  regulations  reducing  fees  

New  Brunswick — 

Overpayment  due  to  amended  regulations  reducing  fees 

Prince  Edward  Island — 

Overpayment  due  to  amended  regulations  reducing  fees 

Manitoba — 

License  cancelled,  V.  Freeman 

l-8|o 


19  00 

873  00 

;,789  90 

409  60 

5  00 

O— 116  AUDITOR  GENERALS  REPORT,  1928-24 

Fisheries  Licenses — Concluded — Permis   de  peche — Fin  $      cts. 

Refunds — Concluded — Remboursements — Fin 

Alberta- 
Licenses  overpaid,  H.  McBurney  and  High  River  Hardware  Co.,  $4;  Forrest 

Quick,  $2 6  00 

British  Columbia — 

License  cancelled  R.  R.  Payne 3  00 

Overpayment  due  to  amended  regulations  reducing  fees 6,790  50 


Total 11,896  00 


Sundry  Credits  on  Account  of  Expenditure  in  Previous  Years  which  came 

to  account  in  1923-24 
Credits  divers  imputables  sur  la  depense  des  annees  precedentes  et  reportes 

a  Pannee  1923-24 

Shipbuilding  Programme — Programme  de  construction  de  bateaux 

Initial  payment  on  sale  of  Canadian  Settler  $25,000;  sale  of  steel  plates,  $994.52. .       25,994  52 

Ship  Channel — Chenal  de  navigation 

Sale  of  tugs,  Jessie  Hume,  $2,600,  Lotbiniere,  $5,000;  re  conditioning  coal  barge 
No.  5  loaned  to  British  Ministry  of  Snipping  for  use  at  Halifax  during 
the  war,  $2,713.11 10,313  11 

Total    36,307  63 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEFT.:  CORRESPONDENCE  0—117 

Vote  237 — Administration  of  Pilotage;  Construction  of  a  Pilot  Tender 

Auditor  General's  Office.  September  29,  1924. 

Sir, — On  January  26th,  1923,  authority  was  granted  by  Order  in  Council, 
P.C.  151  for  the  purchase  or  construction  of  one  or  more  vessels  for  the  use  of 
the  pilots  of  the  Pilotage  District  of  Sydney,  N.S.,  at  a  cost  not  exceeding  $10,000 
payable  out  of  the  parliamentary  appropriation  "Administration  of  Pilotage", 
the  sum  expended  under  this  authority  to  be  refunded  by  the  pilots  at  the  rate 
of  $1,000  a  year  and  to  be  a  first  charge  on  the  pilots'  earnings. 

On  July  11th,  1923,  an  agreement  was  entered  into  between  John  Barrington, 
shipbuilder  and  Capt.  J.  D.  Mackenzie,  Superintendent  of  Pilots,  representing 
the  pilotage  district  of  Sydney,  providing  for  the  construction  and  equipment 
of  a  pilot  boat,  payments  to  be- made  on  progress  reports  as  follows: — 

" twenty-five  per  cent  when  boat  is  framed,  fifteen  per  cent 

when  boat  is  planked,  twenty-five  per  cent  when  engine  is  installed  and 
boat  launched,  twenty-five  per  cent  when  boat  is  accepted,  final  payment 
of  ten  per  cent,  sixty  days  after  acceptance." 

It  is  also  provided  in  the  contract  that, — 

"There  shall  be  two  and  one-half  months  to  build  from  the  time  the 
contract  is  let,  and  for  every  day  after,  the  sum  of  ten  dollars  shall  be 
paid  by  the  contractor." 

In  this  connection  I  desire  to  direct  your  attention  to  the  following  points: — 

(1)  The  amount  in  consideration  of  the  building  of  the  boat  is  not  specified 
in  the  contract. 

(2)  The  contract  provides  that  the  third  payment  be  made  "when  the 
engine  is  installed  and  boat  launched."  This  payment  was  made  before 
the  boat  was  launched. 

(2)  The  contract  is  dated  July  11th,  1923,  but  payments  said  to  amount 
to  65%  of  the  contract  were  made  between  October  18th,  1923  and 
February  8th,  1924.  There  is  no  evidence  that  a  fine  of  $10  per  day 
was  imposed  on  the  contractor  for  his  failure  to  complete  the  work 
within  the  specified  time. 

Please  furnish  me  with  an  explanation  of  the  points  noted,  and  any  further 
information  that  might  facilitate  the  audit  of  the  accounts  in  connection  with 
the  construction  of  this  boat. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  £& 

The  Deputy  Minister,  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  October  1,  1924. 

Sir, — I  beg  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  letter  of  the  29th  ultimo  in 
regard  to  the  building  of  a  pilot  tender  for  the  Pilotage  District  of  Sydney,  N.S. 

Question  (1)  The  amount  in  consideration  of  the  building  of  the  boat  is 
not  specified  in  the  contract. 

I  am  enclosing  herewith  copy  of  the  tender  of  Mr.  John  Barrington  which 
was  attached  to  the  agreement  giving  the  price  for  the  boat  as  per  plans  and 
specifications. 


0—118  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Question  (2)  The  contract  provides  that  the  third  payment  be  made  when 
the  engine  is  installed  and  boat  launched.  This  payment  was  made  before  the 
boat  was  launched. 

The  reason  for  this  payment  was  that  the  harbour  of  North  Sydney  was 
frozen  over  on  that  date  and  launching  was  impossible  except  at  great  and  added 
expenses  to  the  builder.  However  sufficient  equivalent  work  had  been  done  on 
the  boat  to  warrant  the  payment.  I  am  enclosing  copies  of  letters  in  regard  to 
this  point. 

In  regard  to  question  3,  the  fine  was  not  collected  as  the  non-completion  of 
the  boat  was  due  to  weather  conditions  and  not  through  the  fault  of  the  con- 
tractor. Moreover,  the  pilots  as  owners  of  the  boat — and  who  have  to  pay  for  it 
— were  satisfied  this  was  due  to  no  fault  of  the  contractor's,  and  recommended 
payment. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

E.  HAWKEN,  Act.  DM. 
The  Auditor  General. 


Vote  257 — Marine  Biological  Board  of  Canada;  Printing  done  outside  of 

Printing  Bureau 

Auditor  General's  Office,  September  20,  1924. 

Dear  Sir, — In  examining  the  vouchers  forwarded  to  me  in  support  of  expen- 
diture in  connection  with  the  Biological  Board  of  Canada  for  the  fiscal  year 
1923-24,  I  find  the  following  amounts  for  printing  paid  to  the  University  of 
Toronto  Press: — 

Account  569 $  48  80 

764 16  90 

808 15  30 

Section  16  of  the  Public  Printing  and  Stationery  Act  provides  as  follows: — 

"A  Government  establishment  shall  be  organized  at  Ottawa,  and 
shall  be  under  the  management  of  the  Superintendent  of  Printing,  in  which 
establishment  all  printing,  electrotyping,  lithographing  and  binding  and 
other  work  of  like  nature  required  for  the  service  of  Parliament  and  the 
several  departments  of  the  Government  shall  be  executed." 

In  view  of  this  provision  of  the  Act,  I  am  of  opinion  that  all  printing  and 
work  of  like  nature  should  be  executed  by  the  Government  Printing  Bureau;  or 
if  it  be  deemed  expedient  that  the  work  be  done  elsewhere,  such  should  be  done 
on  the  authority  of  the  King's  Printer  and  all  accounts  submitted  in  connection 
therewith  certified  by  the  responsible  officer  of  his  Department. 

Yours  truly, 

WM.  KEARNS  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Chairman  Biological  Board  of  Canada. 


Biological  Board  of  Canada,  September  25,  1924. 

Dear  Sir, — I  beg  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  yours  of  the  20th  inst.  in 
which  you  call  attention  to  the  fact  that  three  accounts  for  printing  for  the 
Biological  Board  of  Canada  were  paid  to  the  University  of  Toronto  Press  in  place 
of  to  the  Government  Printing  Bureau,  Ottawa. 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPT.:.  CORRESPONDENCE  O— 119 

In  explanation,  I  beg  to  say  that  the  printing,  proof  reading,  corrections,  and 
re-corrections  as  carried  on  at  the  Government  Printing  Bureau  up  to  four  years 
ago  was  the  subject  of  numerous  complaints  by  the  workers  of  the  Board,  so 
much  so  indeed,  as  to  threaten  the  harmonious  operations  of  the  Board. 

There  is  not  the  slightest  desire  on  the  part  of  the  Board  to  contravene  the 
provisions  of  the  act  to  which  you  call  attention;  but  I  am  sure,  on  the  other 
hand,  that  there  is  no  desire  on  the  part  of  the  Auditor  General  to  force  upon 
the  Board  a  service  which  is  not  perfectly  satisfactory. 

I  shall  lay  your  communication  before  the  Executive  Committee  at  its  next- 
meeting,  October  18th.  Meantime,  I  should  be  glad  if  the  Kings'  Printer  couJcl 
give  the  Committee  some  assurance  that  the  service  which  the  Bureau  furnishes 
is  at  least  equal  to  that  furnished  by  the  Toronto  University  Press. 

Yours  truly , 

A.  P.  KNIGHT,  Chairman,  Biological  Board. 

The  Assistant  Auditor  General. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  September  30,  1924. 

Dear  Sir, — I  am  forwarding  herewith  a  copy  .of  a  letter  received  from  Dr. 
A.  P.  Knight,  the  chairman  of  the  Biological  Board  of  Canada  in  reply  to  my 
communication  of  the  20th  instant  with  respect  to  the  purchase  of  stationery 
and  printing  supplies. 

Yours  truly, 

WM,  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  King's  Printer. 


King's  Printer's  Office,  October  7,  1924. 

Dear  Sir,  —  I  beg  to  acknowledge  yours  of  the  30th  ultimo  enclosing  copy 
of  a  letter  addressed  to  you  over  the  signature  of  Dr.  A.  P.  Knight,  Chairman  of 
the  Biological  Board,  and  in  which  Dr.  Knight  states  his  reason  for  having  had 
the  printing  for  the  Biological  Board  done  by  the  University  of  Toronto  Press 
instead  of  having  all  printing  requirements  met  by  the  Government  Printing 
Bureau. 

Dr.  Knight  states  that  "  The  printing,  proofreading,  corrections  and  re- 
corrections,  as  carried  on  at  the  Government  Printing  Bureau  up  to  four  years 
ago  was  the  subject  of  numerous  complaints  by  the  workers  of  the  Board." 
Dr.  Knight  does  not  of  course  quote  any  specific  cases.  I  have  had  enquiry 
made  from  different  officials  of  the  Bureau  who  were  here  at  the  time  certain 
reports  of  the  Biological  Board  were  printed,  and  my  information  is  to  the 
effect  that  it  is  by  no  means  clear  that  any  criticism  rested  on  the  Printing 
Bureau  for  its  part  with  regard  to  any  difficulties  that  arose. 

Dr.  Knight  is  presumably  aware,  however,  that  the  Printing  Bureau  was 
four  years  ago  reorganized  from  top  to  bottom.  It  is  now  in  a  position  to  meet 
any  reasonable  demand  from  any  Department  of  the  Government,  and  is  in 
fact  carrying  out,  and,  so  far  as  I  hear,  without  any  adverse  criticism,  all  the 
necessary  printing  of  the  numerous  branches  of  the  Public  Service.  I  am  aware 
of  the  general  nature  of  the  work  which  has  been  done  by  the  University  of 
Toronto  Press  for  the  Biological  Board,  and  none  of  it  is  of  a  character 
which  would  of  course  offer  the  least  difficulty  to  the  Printing  Bureau. 


O— 120  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

I  trust  you  will  succeed  in  inducing  the  Biological  Board  to  conform  with  the 
requirements  of  the  statute  in  this  matter  and  send  its  orders  for  printing  and 
stationery  to  the  undersigned.  We  are  of  course  compelled,  as  you  know,  to 
carry  always  an  expensive  overhead  equipment,  and  are  entitled  to  have  the 
benefit  of  all  printing  and  stationery  orders.  Should  it  become  at  any  time 
necessary  to  get  assistance  from  an  outside  printer  it  is  better  that  we  should 
select  the  firm.  I  do  not  in  fact  know  of  any  Government  body  other  than  the 
Biological  Board  which  is  not  conforming  with  the  statute  in  these  matters. 

Yours  truly, 

F.  A.  ACLAND,  K.P. 

The  Assistant  Auditor  General. 


Vote  232,  Agencies,  Rents  and  Contingencies,  and  Vote  237,  Administration 

of  Pilotage;  Additional  Payments  of  Salary  not  approved 

by  Civil   Service  Commission 

Auditor  General's  Office,  August  22,  1924. 

Sir, — In  examining  the  vouchers  in  support  of  expenditure  in  connection 
with  the  Marine  Branch  of  the  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  I  find 
that  J.  C.  Chesley,  agent  of  the  Department  for  the  New  Brunswick  District 
is  receiving,  in  addition  to  his  authorized  salary  as  agent  of  $3,600  par  an., 
amounts  of  $1,200  par  ann.,  as  Supervisor  of  wharves,  as  approved  by  Order  in 
Council  P.O.  27/897,  dated  April  29th,  1918,  and  $1,200  per  year  as  Acting  Super- 
intendent of  Pilots,  without  the  approval  of  the  Governor  in  Council  or  the 
Civil  Service  Commission. 

Section  22  of  the  Civil  Service  Act  provides  " that  nothing  in  this 

section  is  intended  to  prohibit  the  payment  to  any  officer,  clerk  or  employee  of 
a  separate  annual  salary  from  each  of  two  or  more  departments  or  distinct 
branches  of  the  Civil  Service  in  respect  of  separate  duties  performed  for  each 
of  such  departments  or  branches  respectively,  if  one  of  such  salaries  is  not 
sufficient  to  compensate  him  for  his  whole  time,  and  if  the  aggregate  salaries 
do  not,  in  the  opinion  of  the  deputy  head,  concurred  in  by  the  Commission, 
exceed  reasonable  compensation  for  the  discharge  of  all  the  duties  so  performed." 

In  view  of  this  provision  of  the  Act,  I  am  of  opinion  that  the  approval  of 
the  Commission  should  be  obtained  for  the  additional  payments  amounting  to 
$2,400  per  year,  to  Mr.  Chesley. 

Yours  truly, 

(Sgd.)     GEO.  GONTHIER,  A.G. 

The  Deputy  Minister,  Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Dept.  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  September  4,  1924. 

Sir  , —  I  beg  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  letter  of  the  22nd  ultimo 
in  regard  to  the  payments  made  to  Mr.  J.  C.  Chesley,  in  addition  to  his  salary 
as  Agent  of  the  Department  at  St.  John,  N.B.,  namely  $1,200  per  annum, 
as  Supervisor  of  Wharves  as  approved  by  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  27/897  dated 
April  29th,  1918,  and  $1,200  per  annum  as  Acting  Superintendent  of  Pilots,  with-' 
out  th<>  approval  of  the  Governor  in  Council  or  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPT.:  CORRESPONDENCE  0—121 

You  suggest  in  your  letter  that  in  view  of  Sec.  22  of  the  Civil  Service  Act 
1918  the  approval  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  should  have  been  obtained 
before  the  allowances  were  paid. 

In  reply  I  may  point  out  that  in  the  case  of  the  appointment  of  Mr.  Chesley 
as  Supervisor  of  wharves  all  what  was  required  was  the  approval  of  Council 
in  accordance  with  the  provision  of  the  Civil  Service  Act  1918,  Sec.  52,  Part  V, 
"  Outsi'de  Service  ".  It  may  be  added  that  the  reclassification  of  employees 
at  St.  John,  N.B.,  took  place  since  Mr.  Chesley  was  appointed  at  above  position 
and  the  Civil  Service  Commission  must  be  aware  of  the  fact  that  the  Agent 
of  the  Department  is  in  receipt  of  the   additional   allowance. 

Regarding  the  appointment  as  Acting  Superintendent  of  Pilots  at  St.  John, 
N.B.,  I  may  say  that  same  was  made  at  the  request  of  the  Pilots  of  the  district 
themselves,  and  the  allowance  is  paid  out  of  the  revenue  belonging  to  them. 
It  is  true  that  the  salary  is  paid  out  of  the  vote  *  Administration  of  Pilotage  " 
but  this  vote  is  subsequently  reimbursed  from  the  pilots'  revenue  as  above  stated. 

Under  the  circumstances  the  Department  does  not  consider  the  approval 
of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  as  necessary. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servent, 

E.  HAWKEN,  Asst.  DM. 
The  Auditor  General. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  September  11,  1924. 

Sir,- — I  beg  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  letter  of  the  4th  instant 
in  explanation  of  the  payment  of  $2,400  per  annum  to  Mr.  J.  C.  Chesley  in 
addition  to  his  annual  salary  of  $3,600  as  Agent  of  the  Department  at  St.  John, 
N.B. 

I  am  still  of  opinion  that  Section  22  of  the  Civil  Service  Act  applies  to  the 
two  payments  of  $1,200  each  made  to  Mr.  Chesley  and  that  these  amounts 
should  not  have  been  paid  until  the  necessary  certificate  authorizing  them 
had  been  obtained  from  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 

Section  52  of  the  Act  of  1918  referred  to  in  your  letter  does  not  apply  to 
the  additional  payments  in  question. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  November  26,  1924. 

Sir,  —  With  further  reference  to  my  letter  of  September  11th,  1924  respect- 
ing the  payment  to  J.  C.  Chesley,  Agent  for  the  New  Brunswick  District,  of 
additional  salary  of  $1,200  per  annum  as  Supervisor  of  Wharves,  and  $1,200  per 
annum  as  Acting  Superintendent  of  Pilots,  I  beg  to  point  out  that  payment  of 
these  additional  salaries  still  goes  on, 

I  have  not  been  informed  that  the  necessary  Civil  Service  certificate  has 
been  obtained  authorizing  payment  to  Mr.  Chesley  of  this  extra  remuneration. 
As  you  are  aware  Section  22  of  the  Civil  Service  Act  calls  for  the  certificate  to 
which  I  refer. 

I   am,   Sir,   your  obedient   servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


O— 122  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Vote  249,  Salaries  and  Disbursements  of  Fishery  Officers;  Vote  255,  Fish 
Culture;  Vote  225,  Life  Saving  Service  and  Vote  227,  Radio- 
telegraph Service;  Civil  Service  Commission 
Certificates  not  obtained 

Civil  Service  Commission,  July  22,  1924. 

Sir, — I  am  instructed  to  draw  your  attention  to  the  fact  that  the  Depart- 
ment of  Marine  and  Fisheries  is  employing  Fishery  Guardians,  Hatchery 
Engineers,  Hatchery  Spawn  Takers,  Hatchery  Egg  Pickers,  Hatchery  Watchmen 
and  Hatchery  Helpers  paid  prevailing  rates,  without  reference  to  the  Civil 
Service  Commission  despite  the  fact  that  these  positions  are  not  exempt  from 
the  operation  of  the  Civil  Service  Act.  This  information  is  supplied  in  order 
that  you  may  take  such  action  as  may  seem  necessary. 

Yours  truly, 

W.  FORAN,  Secretary. 
The  Auditor  General. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  August  18,  1924. 

Sir, — I  beg  to  enclose  for  your  information  copy  of  a  letter  addressed  to 
the  Auditor  General  by  the  Secretary  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  respect- 
ing certain  appointments  under  your  Department  for  which  the  necessary  Civil 
Service  certificates  have  not  been  obtained. 

I  have  been  informed  that  one  of  the  Chief  Clerks  in  this  Office  has  called 
the  attention  of  Mr.  Gilbert  of  your  Department  to  this  matter  unofficially. 

Yours  truly, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G\. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  August,  19,  1924. 

Sir, — In  the  examination  of  the  pay-sheets  of  the  Fisheries  Branch  of  the 
Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  I  find  that  Fishery  Guardians,  Hatchery 
Assistants  and  other  employees  in  connection  with  the  fishbreeding  establishments 
are  being  engaged  without  reference  to  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 

In  view  of  the  fact  that  the  positions  referred  to  are  not  exempt  from  the 
operation  of  the  Civil  Service  Act,  I  shall  be  pleased  if  you  will  inform  me  by 
what  authority  appointments  are  made  thereto  without  the  approval  of  the  Civil 
Service  Commission. 

Yours  truly, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G> 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  August  21,  1924. 

Dear  Sir, — Your  letters  of  the  18th  and  19th  instant 'with  regard  to  the 
employment  of  fishery  guardians  and  help  at  hatcheries,  without  reference  to 
the  Civil  Service  Commission,  have  been  received. 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPT.:  CORRESPONDENCE 


O— 123 


By  Minute  of  Council  of  the  21st  of  September,  1921,  labourers,  amongst 
others,  were  exempted  from  the  operation  of  the  Civil  Service  tAct.  As  fishery- 
guardians  and  the  hatchery  employees  concerned  are  merely  labourers  and  are 
not  required  to  have  any  special  qualifications,  and  are  employed  at  prevailing 
rates,  the  Department  informed  the  Civil  Service  Commission  that  its  view  was 
that  it  would  not  be  necessary  for  the  Commission  to  issue  certificates  covering 
their  employment.  It  is  true  that  these  positions  were  classified  before  the  date 
of  the  above  cited  Minute  of  Council  and  others  exempting  such  positions;  but 
such  classification  was  not  because  of  any  special  qualifications  required,  but 
they  were  given  names  merely  for  convenience  of  administration. 


Yours  truly, 


The  Assistant  Auditor  General. 


A.  JOHNSTON,  DM. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  September  17,  1924. 

Sir, — I  beg  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  favour  of  the  21st  ultimo 
in  reply  to  my  letters  of  the  18th  and  19th  ultimo  with  reference  to  the  employ- 
ment of  Fishery  Guardians,  Hatchery  Assistants  and  other  help  required  at  the 
hatcheries,  without  reference  to  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 

The  positions  of  Hatchery  Assistants  and  Hatchery  Helpers,  with  definite 
rates  of  compensation,  also  Hatchery  Egg  Pickers,  Hatchery  Engineers,  Hatchery 
Spawn  Takers  and  Hatchery  Watchmen,  at  prevailing  rates,  are  set  forth  in 
the  Classification  of  the  Civil  Service.  If  the  occupants  of  these  positions  are 
considered  labourers  they  would  have  been  so  classified,  as  provision  is  made  in 
the  classification  schedule  for  the  employment  of  this  class  of  help  in  the  public 
service. 

I  am  not  aware  that  provision  has  been  made  by  Order  in  Council,  as 
provided  by  Section  38B  of  the  Civil  Service  Act,  as  amended,  for  the  exemption 
of  the  positions  under  discussion  from  the  operation  of  the  Civil  Service  Act 
and  I  am  therefore  of  opinion  that  payment  of  remuneration  to  the  occupants 
of  these  positions  may  not  be  made  unless  such  occupants  have  been  appointed 
by  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 


Yours  truly, 


The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G, 


Auditor  General's  Office,  October  10,  1924. 

Sir,  —  In  examining  the  vouchers  in  support  of  expenditure  in  connection 
with  the  Life  Saving  Service  during  the  fiscal  year  ending  March  31,  1924,  I  find 
the  following  appointments  were  made  at  the  Bayview,  N.S.  station  without 
reference  to  the  Civil  Service  Commission: — 


H.  E.  Raymond,  Coxswain,  salary 

W.   E.    Ellis,   Engineer, 

L.  A.  Adams,  Cook, 

W.  J.  Abbott,  Boatman, 

I.  G.  Ellis,  Boatman, 

J.     Ellis,  Boatman, 

A.  L.  Moorehouse,  Boatman, 

A.  D.  Wilson,  Boatman, 


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O— 124  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

I  shall  be  obliged  if  you  will  let  me  know  under  what  authority  other 
than  certificates  from  the  Civil  Service  Commission  you  recognized  as  competent 
to  make  these  appointments. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  October  31,  1924. 

Sir,  —  I  beg  to  direct  your  attention  to  my  letter  of  the  10th  instant  in 
which  I  referred  to  certain  appointments  at  the  Bay  View  Life  Saving  Station 
having  been  made  without  reference  to  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 

So  far  I  have  not  received  a  reply  and  I  shall  be  pleased  if  you  will 
give  this  matter  your  early  attention. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  August  7,  1924. 

Sir, — I  find,  on  examination  of  the  vouchers  sent  me  in  support  of 
expenditure  for  Radio  Service  during  the  fiscal  year  1922-23,  that  Kendal  Turner 
was  paid  as  messenger  clerk  at  the  rate  of  $600  per  annum  from  October  16th, 
to  March  31st,  1923. 

Please  let  me  know  the  authority  for  Mr.  Turner's  employment.  I  have 
been  informed  that  the  necessary  certificate  of  employment  has  not  been  issued 
by  the  Civil  Service  Commission. 

I  have  the  honour  to  be,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  May  12,  1924. 

Sir,  —  I  beg  to  direct  your  attention  to  my  letter  of  August  7,  1923  in 
which  I  asked  to  know  the  authority  by  which  Kendal  Turner,  a  messenger 
clerk  in  the  Radiotelegraph  Service  was  paid  from  October  16,  1922  to  March 
31,  1923. 

So  far  I  have  not  received  a  reply  and  I  shall  be  pleased  if  you  furnish 
me  with  the  desired  information. 

In  this  connection  I  desire  to  say  that  Mr.  Turner's  employment  was 
continued  throughout  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1924.  I  am  informed 
that  the  necessary  certificate  of  employment  has  not  been  issued  by  the  Civil 
Service  Commission. 

Yours  truly, 

;         WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEPT.:  CORRESPONDENCE  O— 125 

Auditor  General's  Office,  August  28,  1924. 

gIR^ — I  beg  to  direct  your  attention  to  my  letters  of  August  7th,  1923 
and  May  12th,  1924,  with  reference  to  the  employment  of  Kendal  Turner, 
a  messenger  clerk  in  the  Radiotelegraph  Service,  from  October  16th,  1922  to 
March  31st,  1924,  without  the  necessary  authority  of  the  Civil  Service  Com- 
mission. 

I  have  not  received  a  reply  to  these  letters,  and  would  ask  that  you  give 
this  matter  your  immediate  attention. 

I  also  desire  to  say  that  Mr.  Turner's  employment  is  being  continued  in 
the  present  fiscal  year  without  the  necessary  certificate  of  the  Civil  Service 
Commission. 

Yours  truly, 

GEO.  GONTHIER,  A.G. 

The  Deputy  Minister,  Dept.  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,   September   13,   1924. 

Sir,  —  In  reply  to  your  letter  of  the  28th  August  1924,  I  have  to  inform 
you  that  Mr.  Turner,  who  is  just  18  years  of  age,  is  ready  to  take  the  next 
examination  of  the  Civil  Service  Commission  for  the  position  of  Messenger 
Clerk  when  it  is  held,  and  the  Department  anticipates  no  difficulty  then  in 
obtaining  the  proper  certificate  covering  his  employment. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

A.  JOHNSTON,  DM. 
The  Auditor  General,  Ottawa,  Ont. 


Auditor  General's  Office,  September  19,  1924. 

Sir, — I  beg  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  letter  of  the  13th  instant  in 
reply  to  my  letters  of  August  7th,  1924,  May  12th,  1924  and  August  27th,  1924 
with  reference  to  the  employment  of  Kendal  Turner,  without  the  approval  of  the 
Civil  Service  Commission. 

I  infer  from  your  letter  that  the  necessary  Civil  Service  certificate  has  not 
been  obtained  for  the  employment  of  Kendal  Turner  in  the  position  of  messenger 
in  your  Department  and  I  must  again  point  out  that  in  the  absence  of  such 
certificate  any  payments  made  to  him  as  such  are  improper  and  should  not  be 
continued. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Vote  233 — Salaries  and  Allowances  to  Lightkeepers ;  Payments  should  he 
made  from  votes  applicable  to  expenditure 

Auditor  Generai/s  Office,  May  7,  1924. 

Sm, — I  desire  to  direct  your  attention  to  the  following  payments  made 
under  your  Letter  of  Credit,  being  expenses  incurred  on  account  of  certain 
investigations  under  the  Inquiries  Act,  during  the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31, 
1924  — 


0—126  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Cheque  C-     161— A.  R.  Forbes $108  70 

Cheque  C-     356— A.  R.  Forbes 29  55 

Cheque  C-  1258— A.  R.  Forbes 20  00 

Cheque  C-  9231— B.  W.  Tanton  and  A.  R.  Burke. .  53  90 

Cheque  C-  9761— D.  Edgar  Shaw 86  80 

Cheque  C-12010— D.  Edgar  Shaw 98  05 

Cheque  C-     744— J.  A.  Nadeau 41  11 

Cheque  C-     745— J.  A.  Nadeau 89  63 

Cheque  C-  3484— J.  A.  Nadeau 87  86 

Cheque  C-10395— J.  A.  Nadeau 233  67 

These  payments  have  been  charged  against  the  Vote  for  "Salaries  and 
Allowances  to  Lightkeepers." 

As  the  payments  referred  to  are  in  no  way  connected  with  the  remuneration 
of  lightkeepers,  either  on  account  of  salary  or  allowances,  I  shall  be  glad  if  you 
will  let  me  know  your  reasons  for  having  paid  them  from  this  Vote. 

If  specific  provision  has  not  been  made  in  the  Supply  Bill  for  expenses  of 
investigations,  payments  should  be  made  from  some  general  Vote  applicable  to 
such  expenditure. 

I  am  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 

The  Deputy  Minister,  Dept.  of  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  May  22,  1924. 

Sir, — I  have  your  letter  of  the  7th  instant  in  which  you  point  out  that  the 
Department  has  made  certain  payments,  under  our  Letter  of  Credit,  on  account 
of  investigations  held  under  the  Inquiries  Act,  out  of  the  appropriation  "Salaries 
and  allowances  to  lightkeepers"  instead  of  paying  those  accounts  out  of  a  vote 
provided  for  that  purpose. 

The  Department  is  well  aware  that  the  expenditure  above  referred  to 
should  have  been  charged  to  "  Unforeseen  Expenses,"  but  unfortunately  that 
appropriation  was  exhausted  and  as  the  total  of  the  charges  did  not  exceed 
$300.00,  it  was  not  deemed  advisable  to  have  an  item  placed  in  the  Supple- 
mentary Estimates  to  cover  same. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

A.  JOHNSTON,  DM. 

The  Auditor  General. 


Order  in  Council,  P.C.   2275,  Nov.   4,   1922,   and  Vote  215,  Dominion 
Steamers;  Payments  improperly  charged  to  Dominion  Steamers. 

Auditor  General's  Office,  November  8,  1924. 

Sir,  —  Authority  was  granted  by  Order  in  Council,  P.C.  2275,  dated  Nov- 
ember 4th,  1922  to  accept  the  tender  of  Messrs.  Burns  and  Kelleher  of  Halifax 
to  make  certain  repairs  to  the  C.G.S.  Bayfield  at  a  cost  of  $12,875. 

During  the  fiscal  yeal  1922-23  three  payments  aggregating  $10,000  were 
made  on  account  of  this  contract  and  charged  to  the  Parliamentary  appropria- 
tion, Hydrographic  Survey  (A.G's  Report  p.  R-31). 


MARINE  AND  FISHERIES  DEFT.:  CORRESPONDENCE  O— 127 

The  contracting  company  received  the  balance  of  the  contract,  viz:  $2,875 
by  cheque  B.  4125  of  the  fiscal  year  1923-24,  the  payment  being  made  a  charge 
against  the  appropriation,  Maintenance  and  Repairs  to  Dominion  Steamers  and 
Icebreakers. 

In  view  of  the  fact  that  Order  in  Council  P.O.  2275  specifically  directs  that 
the  amount  of  the  contract  be  made  a  charge  against  the  appropriation,  Hydro- 
graphic  Survey,  I  should  be  informed  of  your  reasons  for  charging  the  balance 
of  the  contract,  paid  in  the  fiscal  year  1923-24,  to  the  vote  for  Dominion 
Steamers. 

I  desire  also  to  direct  your  attention  to  another  payment  for  repairs  to  the 
steamer  Bayfield  made  to  Burns  and  Kelleher  amounting  to  $1,335  and  charged 
to  the  appropriation,  Dominion  Steamers,  in  the  fiscal  year  1923-24. 

As  the  Bayfield  is  employed  in  the  Hydrographic  Survey  these  payments 
should  have  been  charged  to  the  appropriation  for  that  service. 

Please  let  me  have  your  explanation. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

WM.  KEARNS,  Asst.  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries. 


Vote  230:  Sorel  Shipyard — Expenditure  in  1923-24  charged  to  1924-23 

Auditor  General's  Office,  November  19,  1924. 

Sir,  —  In  examining  the  paylists  in  connection  with  the  Sorel  Shipyard  for 
the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31st,  1924,  I  find  that  the  paylist  covering  the 
period,  March  16th  to  31st,  1924,  amounting  to  $11,283.81  was  charged  to  the 
appropriation  provided  for  the  expenditure  of  the  Sorel  Shipyard  for  the  fiscal 
year  1924-25. 

I  shall  be  pleased  if  you  will  inform  me  why  the  amount  of  wages  and 
labour  for  this  period  was  not  charged  to  the  Sorel  Shipyard  appropriation  for 
the  fiscal  year  1923-24. 

In  this  connection  I  beg  to  direct  your  attention  to  the  fact  that,  had  this 
payment  of  $11,283.81  been  applied  against  the  Sorel  Shipyard  appropriation 
for  the  fiscal  year  1923-24,  this  vote  would  have  been  overdrawn  to  the  extent 
of  $10,643.34,  as  the  unexpended  balance  is  only  $640.47. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

GEO.  GONTHIER,  A.G. 
The  Deputy  Minister,  Marine  and  Fisheries, 


Department  of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  December  10,  1924. 

Sir, — I  have  to  acknowledge  the  receipt  of  your  letter  of  the  19th  ultimo, 
enquiring  about  the  payment  of  the  paylist  of  the  Government  Shipyard,  Sorel, 
amounting  to  $11,283.81,  and  covering  the  period  from  the  16th  to  the  31st 
March,  1924,  out  of  the  fiscal  year  1924-25,  and  pointing  out  that,  if  this  pay- 
list  had  been  paid  out  of  the  Vote  for  1923-24,  the  latter  would  have  been 
overdrawn. 

In  reply  I  may  say  that  your  observation  is  quite  correct,  and  it  is  to  be 
regretted  that  provision  was  not  made  in  the  Supplementary  Estimates  to 
cover  the  amount  of  this  paylist.  I  may  assure  you  that  in  future  such  occur- 
rence will  be  avoided. 

I  am,  Sir,  your  obedient  servant, 

A.  JOHNSTON,  DM. 
The  Auditor  General, 


O— 128  RAPPORT  DE  UAUD1TEUR  GENERAL,  1928-24 

Credit  n°  237 — Administration  du  pilotage,  Construction  d'un  bateau  de 

pilote 

Bureau  de  l'Auditetjr  general,  29  septembre  1924. 

Monsieur, — Au  mois  de  Janvier  1923,  l'arrete  en  Conseil,  C.P.  151,  auto- 
risait  l'achat  ou  la  construction  d'un  ou  de  plusieurs  bateaux  pour  l'usage  des 
pilotes  du  district  de  pilotage  de  Sydney,  N.-E.,  a,  un  cout  ne  devant  pas  depasser 
$10,000,  payable  a  meme  le  credit  parlementaire  designe  sous  le  nom  "  adminis- 
tration du  pilotage  ".  Les  pilotes  s'engageaient  a  rembourser  la  somme  ainsi 
avancee  a  raison  de  $1,000  par  annee  pris  sur  leurs  salaires. 

Le  11  juillet  1923,  John  Barrington,  constructeur  de  navires,  et  le  capitaine 
J.  D.  Mackenzie,  surintendant  des  pilotes,  representant  le  district  de  pilotage  de 
Sydney,  signaient  un  contrat  pour  la  construction  et  l'outillage  d'un  bateau  de 
pilote.  Les  paiements  devaient  se  faire  sur  presentation  de  rapports  interimaires 
comme  suit: — 

" 25  p.  100  lorsque  le  bateau  sera  dresse,  15  p.  100  lorsqu'il 

sera  borde,  25  p.  100  lorsque  le  moteur  sera  mis  en  place  et  le  bateau  lance, 
25  p.  100  lorsqu'il  sera  accepte,  et  le  paiement  des  derniers  10  p.  100, 
soixante  jours  apres  que  le  bateau  aura  ete  accepte." 
Le  contrat  stipulait  egalement — 

"Que  Ton  donnerait  deux  mois  et  demi  a  1 'entrepreneur  pour  cons- 
truire  le  bateau  a  partir  du  moment  ou  Ton  signerait  le  contrat,  et  que 
pour  chaque  jour  de  retard,  l'entrepreneur  devrait  payer  $10  par  jour." 
A  ce  sujet  je  desire  attirer  votre  attention  sur  les  points  suivants: — 

(1)  Le  cout  du  bateau  n'est  pas  mentionne  dans  le  contrat. 

(2)  Le  contrat  stipule  que  Ton  fera  le  troisieme  paiement  "lorsque  le  moteur 
sera  mis  en  place  et  le  bateau  lance".  On  a  fait  ce  versement  avant  le 
lancement  du  bateau. 

(3)  Le  contrat  porte  la  date  du  11  juillet,  mais  on  a  verse  65  p.  100  du  prix 
de  construction  entre  le  18  octobre  1923  et  le  8  fevrier  1924.  II  ne 
semble  pas  qu'on  ait  impose  l'amende  de  $10  par  jour  a  l'entrepreneur 
pour  ne  pas  avoir  livre  le  bateau  au  temps  indique. 

Veuillez  avoir  la  bonte  de  me  fournir  des  explications  sur  les  points  en 
question,  et  tous  autres  renseignements  de  nature  a  faciliter  la  verification  des 
comptes  relatifs  a  la  construction  de  ce  bateau. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint 

Le  sous-ministre,  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries,  ler  octobre  1924. 

Monsieur,  —  J'accuse  reception  de  votre  lettre  du  28  septembre  concer- 
nant  la  construction  d'un  bateau  de  pilote  pour  le  district  de  pilotage  de  Sydney, 
N.-E. 

Question  (1).  Le  cout  du  bateau  n'est  pas  mentionne  dans  le  contrat. 

Je  vous  envoie  avec  la  presente  une  copie  de  la  soumission  de  M.  John 
Barrington  qui  est  annexee  au  contrat  etablissant  le  prix  du  bateau  d'apres  les 
plans  et  les  devis. 

Question  (2) .  Le  contrat  stipule  que  Ton  fera  le  troisieme  paiement  lorsque 
le  moteur  sera  mis  en  place  et  le  bateau  lance.  On  a  fait  ce  versement  avant  le 
lancement  du  bateau. 


MARINE  ET  PECHERIES:  CORRESPONDANCE  O— 129 


On  a  fait  ce  versement  avant  le  lancement  parce  que  le  havre  etait  recouyert 
de  glace  a  cette  epoque  et  il  etait  impossible  cle  lancer  le  bateau  alors  sans  obliger 
^entrepreneur  a  de  fortes  depenses  supplementaires.  Cependant  le  travail  sur 
le  bateau  etait  assez  avance  pour  justifier  ce  paiement.  Je  vous  transmets 
copie  des  lettres  echangees  a  ce  sujet. 

En  ce  qui  concerne  la  question  (3),  on  n'a  pas  impose  l'amende  parce 
que  le  retard  etait  cause  par  la  temperature  et  non  par  l'entrepreneur.  En 
plus,  les  pilotes  en  leur  qualite  de  proprietaries  du  bateau  —  et  comme  ce  sont 
eux  qui  devront  le  payer  —  ont  juge  qu'il  n'y  avait  pas  faute  de  la  part  de 
l'entrepreneur  et  ont  recommande  le  paiement. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

E.  HAWKEN,  S.-M[.  adjoint. 
L'Auditeur  general. 


Credit  n°  257 — Commission  biologique  maritime  du  Canada;  Impressions 
faites  a  l'exterieur  de  l'Imprimerie  nationale 

Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  20  septembre  1924. 

Cher  monsieur,  —  En  examinant  les  pieces  que  Ton  m'a  transmises  pour 
justifier  les  depenses  faites  au  nom  de  la  Commission  biologique  du  Canada  au 
cours  de  l'exercice  1923-24,  je  constate  que  Ton  a  pave  a  la  University  of  Toronto 
Press  pour  travaux  d'impressions  les  sommes  suivantes: 

Compte   569 $    48  80 

764 16  90 

"         808 15  30 

L'article  16  de  la  loi  des  impressions  et  de  la  papeterie  se  lit  comme  suit: 

"  Est  organise  a  Ottawa  un  etablissement  officiel  dont  le  surintendant 
des  impressions  a  la  gerance,  et  dans  lequel  se  font  tous  les  travaux  d'im- 
pressions, d'electrotypie,  de  stereotypie,  de  lithographie  et  de  reliure,  et 
autres  ouvrages  de  meme  genre  requis  pour  le  service  du  Parlement  et 
du  gouvernement  du  Canada." 

II  me  semble  que  d'apres  cet  article  de  la  loi  toutes  les  impressions  et  autres 
ouvrages  de  meme  genre  devraient  se  faire  a  l'Imprimerie  nationale.  Si  on  juge 
a  propos  de  faire  faire  du  travail  a  l'exterieur,  il  faudra  d'abord  obtenir  l'au- 
torisation  de  PImprimeur  du  Roi  et  faire  approuver  toutes  les  depenses  en- 
courues  de  ce  chef  par  un  fonctionnaire  autorise  du  departement. 

Bien  a  vous, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 

Le  president,  Commission  biologique  du  Canada. 


Commission  Biologique  du  Canada,  25  septembre  1924. 

Cher  monsieur,  —  J'accuse  reception  de  votre  lettre  du  20  courant.  Vous 
attirez  notre  attention  sur  le  fait  que  trois  factures  pour  travaux  d'impressions 
executes  pour  le  compte  de  la  Commission  biologique  du  Canada  ont  ete  payees 
a,  la  University  of  Toronto  Press  et  non  a  l'Imprimerie  nationale,  a  Ottawa. 

1— 9o 


O— 130  RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  GENERAL,  1928-24 

A  ce  sujet  permettez-moi  de  vous  faire  remarquer  que  les  impressions,  la 
lecture,  la  correction  et  la  revision  finale  des  epreuves,  telles  que  faites  a  l'lm- 
primerie  nationale  jusqu'a  il  y  a  quatre  ans  ont  ete  le  sujet  de  nombreuses 
plaintes  de  la  part  des  membres  de  la  Commission,  au  point  que  les  relations 
harmonieuses  de  celle-ci  en  ont  ete  menacees. 

La  Commission  n'a  aucunement  l'intention  d'enfreindre  les  dispositions  de 
la  loi  auxquelles  vous  attirez  notre  attention;  mais  d'un  autre  cote  je  suis  cer- 
tain que  l'Auditeur  general  ne  desire  pas  davantage  nous  imposer  un  service 
qui  n'est  pas  entierement  satisfaisant. 

Je  ferai  part  de  votre  communication  aux  membres  du  comite  executif  a  sa 
prochaine  reunion,  le  18  octobre.  En  attendant  je  serais  heureux  si  l'lmprimeur 
du  Roi  pouvait  assurer  le  comite  que  l'lmprimerie  nationale  est  en  mesure  de 
donner  un  service  au  moins  aussi  satisfaisant  que  celui  de  la  Toronto  University 
Press. 

Bien  a  vous, 

A.  P.  KNIGHT,  president  de  la  Commission  biologique. 
L'Auditeur  general  adjoint. 


Bureau  de  l'Aditeur  general,  30  septembre  1924. 

Cher  monsieur,  —  Je  vous  envoie  ci-inclus  copie  d'une  lettre  du  Dr  A.  P. 
Knight,  le  president  de  la  Commission  biologique  du  Canada,  en  reponse  a  la 
mienne  concernant  l'achat  de  papeterie  et  de  fournitures  d'imprimerie. 

Votre  devoue, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 
A  l'lmprimeur  du  Roi. 


Bureau  de  i/Imprimeub  du  Roi,  7  octobre  1924. 

Cher  monsieur, — J'accuse  reception  de  votre  honoree  du  30  dernier  avec 
copie  d'une  lettre  adressee  a  vous  et  signee  par  le  Dr  A.  P.  Knight,  president  de 
la  Commission  biologique,  et  dans  laquelle  le  Dr  Knight  donne  les  raisons  pour 
lesquelles  la  Commission  biologique  a  donne  ses  commandes  d'impression  a  la 
presse  de  l'universite  de  Toronto  au  lieu  de  s'adresser  a  l'lmprimerie  nationale. 

Le  Dr  Knight  dit  que  "  l'impression,  la  correction  des  epreuves  et  les  correc- 
tions finales  du  texte  jusqu'a  il  y  a  environ  quatre  ans  (?)  ont  souleve  de  nom- 
breuses plaintes  parmi  les  personnes  occupees  a  faire  des  travaux  pour  la  Com- 
mission". Le  Dr  Knight  se  garde  bien  de  donner  des  exemples.  J'ai  fait  une 
enquete  aupres  des  divers  fonctionnaires  qui  etaient  a  l'lmprimerie  lors  de 
l'impression  de  certains  rapports  de  la  Commission  biologique,  et  j'ai  constate 
qu'il  n'y  avait  eu  aucune  critique  cont-re  l'lmprimerie  pouvant  donner  naissanco 
aux  difficultes  alleguees. 

Le  Dr  Knight  doit  pourtant  savoir  que  l'lmprimerie  a  ete  reorganised  com- 
pletement  il  y  a  quatre  ans.  Elle  est  maintenant  en  mesure  de  repondre  a  toute 
demande  raisonnable  venant  d'un  service  du  gouvernement,  et  en  realite  elle 
execute,  sans  aucune  critique  que  je  connaisse,  toutes  les  impressions  des  nom- 
breuses divisions  du  service  public.  Je  connais  le  caractere  general  du  travail 
fait  par  la  presse  de  l'Universite  de  Toronto  pour  le  compte  de  la  Commission 
biologique,  et  aucun  de  ces  travaux  ne  peut  presenter  des  difficultes  pour  les 
ateliers  de  l'lmprimerie. 


MARINE  ET  PEC  HEMES:  CORRESPONDANCE  0—131 

J'ai  confiance  que  vous  reussirez  a  faire  respecter  les  clauses  de  la  loi  par  la 
Commission  biologique  et  qu'elle  donnera  ses  commandes  d'impressions  et  de 
papeterie  au  soussigne.  Comme  vous  le  savez,  nous  sommes  forces  de  garder  un 
materiel  dont  les  frais  generaux  sont  tres  eleves,  et  nous  avons  droit  au  benefice 
de  toutes  les  commandes  d'impressions  et  de  papeterie.  En  tout  temps,  s'il  de- 
vient  necessaire  d'avoir  l'aide  d'un  imprimeur  de  l'exterieur,  il  est  preferable  que 
nous  ayons  le  choix  de  l'atelier.  En  realite,  je  ne  connais  aucun  service  du 
gouvernement,  a  part  la  Commission  biologique,  qui  ne  se  conforme  aux  exigences 
de  la  loi  sous  ce  rapport. 

Votre  bien  devoue, 

F.  A.  ACLAND,  I.R. 

A  l'Auditeur  general  adjoint. 


Credit  232:  Agences,  loyers  et  depense  casuelle,  et  Credit  237:  Administra- 
tion du  pilotage;  paiements  additionnels  de  traitement  non 
approuve  par  la  Commission  du  Service  civil 

Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  22  aou  1924. 

Cher  monsieur, — En  examinant  les  pieces  justificatives  de  la  depense  dans 
le  service  de  la  marine  du  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries,  je  trouve  que 
J.  C.  Chesley,  agent  du  departement  pour  le  district  du  Nouveau-Brunswick 
regoit,  en  sus  de  son  traitement  regulier  comme  agent,  soit  $3,600  par  annee, 
un  montant  de  $1,200  par  annee  comme  surveillant  des  quais,  suivant  approba- 
tion donnee  par  arrete  en  Conseil,  C.P.  27/897  date  du  29  avril  1918,  et  $1,200 
par  annee,  comme  surintendant  adjoint  des  pilotes,  sans  l'approbation  du  Gou- 
verneur  en  Conseil,  ni  de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil. 

L'article  22  de  la  Loi  du  Service  civil  dit:  "Neanmoins  rien  dans  le  present 
article  n'a  pour  objet  d'interdire  le  paiement  a  un  fonctionnaire,  commis  ou 
employe,  de  traitements  distincts  annuels  par  deux  ou  plusieurs  ministeres  ou 
branches  distinctes  du  Service  civil  pour  des  fonctions  separees  remplies  pour 
chacun  de  ces  ministeres  ou  de  ces  branches  respectivement,  si  Tun  de  ces  traite- 
ments ne  suffit  pas  a  l'indemniser  de  son  temps  tout  entier,  et  si  le  total  des 
traitements  ne  depasse  pas  dans  l'opinion  du  sous-chef,  avec  l'agrement  de  la 
Commission,  une  indemnite  raisonnable  pour  l'accomplissement  de  toutes  les 
fonctions  ainsi  remplies." 

A  cause  de  cette  clause  de  ]a  loi,  je  suis  d'opinion  qu'il  faut  obtenir  l'agre- 
ment de  la  Commission  pour  les  paiements  additionnels,  s'elevant  a  $2,400  par 
annee,  faits  a  M.  Chesley. 

Bien  a  vous, 

GEO.  GONTHIER,  A.G. 

Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Ministers  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries,  4  septembre  1924. 

Monsieur, — J'accuse  reception  de  votre  honoree  du  22  dernier  au  sujet  de 
paiements  fait  a  M.  J.  C.  Chesley,  en  sus  de  son  traitement  comme  agent 
du  departement  a  Saint- Jean,  N.-B.,  savoir:  $1,200  par  annee  comme  surveillant 
des  quais,  suivant  Papprobation  accordee  par  arrete  en  Conseil,  C.P.  27/897  date 


0—132  RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  GENERAL,  1928-24 

du  29  avril  1918,  et  $1,200  par  annee,  comme  surintendant  suppleant  des  pilotes, 
sans  l'approbation  du  Gouverneur  en  Conseil  ni  de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil. 

Vous  dites  dans  voire  lettre  que  vu  les  termes  de  Particle  22  de  la  Loi  du 
Service  civil  1918,  il  faut  obtenir  l'agrement  de  la  Commission  pour  payer  ces 
allocations. 

En  reponse  je  puis  faire  remarquer  que  dans  le  cas  de  la  nomination  de  M. 
Chesley  comme  surveillant  des  quais,  tout  ce  qu'il  fallait,  c'etait  l'approbation  du 
Conseil  conformement  aux  dispositions  de  la  Loi  du  Service  civil  1918,  article  52, 
partie  V,  "Service  exterieur".  Je  puis  aj outer  que  la  reclassification  des  employes 
a  Saint- Jean,  N.-B.,  eut  lieu  apres  la  nomination  de  M.  Chesley  au  poste  ci- 
dessus  mentionne,  et  que  la  Commission  doit  savoir  que  l'agent  regoit  cette 
allocation  additionnelle. 

Au  sujet  de  la  nomination  comme  surintendant  suppleant  des  pilotes  a  Saint- 
Jean,  N.-B.,  je  puis  dire  que  cette  nomination  a  ete  faite  a  la  demande  des  pilotes 
du  district  eux-memes,  et  que  l'allocation  est  payee  sur  les  revenus  qui  leur 
appartiennt.  II  est  vrai  que  les  traitements  sont  pris  sur  le  credit  "Admi- 
nistration du  pilotage",  mais  ce  credit  est  ensuite  rembourse  par  les  revenus  des 
pilotes,  comme  je  viens  de  le  dire. 

C'est  pourquoi  le  ministere  n'a  pas  cru  necessaire  d'avoir  l'agrement  de  la 
Commission  du  Service  civil. 

Je  demeure,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

E.  HAWKEN,  S.-M.  adjoint. 
A  l'Auditeur  general. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur,  General,  11  sepetmbre  1924. 

Monsieur, — J 'accuse  reception  de  votre  lettre  du  4  courant  expliquant  le 
paiement  de  $2,400  a  M.  J.  C.  Chesley  en  sus  de  son  traitement  annuel.de 
$3,600  comme  agent  du  ministere  a  Saint-Jean,  N.-B. 

Je  suis  encore  d'avis  que  l'article  22  de  la  Loi  du  Service  civil  s'applique  a 
ces  deux  paiements  de  $1,200  chacun  faits  a  M.  Chesley,  et  qu'il  ne  faut  pas 
verser  ces  montants,  a  moins  d'obtenir  de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil  un 
certificat  pour  les  autoriser. 

L'article  52  de  la  loi  de  1918  que  vous  mentionnez  dans  votre  lettre  ne 
s'applique  pas  aux  paiements  additionnels  en  question. 

Je  demeure,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 

Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general.  26  novembre  1924. 

,  Monsieur,  —  Vous  referant  de  nouveau  a  ma  lettre  du  11  septembre  1924, 
relative  au  paiement  a  J.  C.  Chesley,  agent  du  district  du  Nouveau-Brunswick, 
d'un  traitement  additionnel  de  $1,200  par  annee  comme  surveillant  des  quais,  et 
d'un  traitement  de  $1,200  par  annee  comme  suppleant  du  surintendant  des  pilotes, 
je  dois  faire  remarquer  que  ces  paiements  simultanes  se  continuent. 

On  ne  m'a  pas  informe  que  la  Commission  du  Service  civil  avait  emis  le 
certificat  necessaire  autorisant  le  paiement  de  cette  remuneration  additionnelle 


MARINE  ET  PECHERIES:  CORRESPONDANCE  0—133 

a  M.  Chesley.  Comme  vous  le  savez,  Particle  22  de  la  Loi  chi  Service  civil  exige 
le  certificat  que  je  viens  de  mentionner. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adj. 
Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Credit  249:  Salaires  et  debourses  des  fonctionnaires  du  ministere  des 

Pecheries,  et  Credit  255:  Pisciculture;  Absence  de  certificats 

de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil 

Commission  du  Service  civil,  le  22  juillet  1924. 

Monsieur, — Je  suis  charge  d'appeler  votre  attention  sur  le  fait  que  le  mi- 
nistere de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries  emploie  des  gardes-peche,  des  ingenieurs 
de  piscifacture,  des  collecteurs  de  laite,  des  collecteurs  d'ceufs,  des  gardiens  de 
piscifacture  et  des  aides  de  piscifacture,  que  Ton  paie  aux  taux  courants,  et  cela 
sans  consulter  la  Commission  du  Service  civil,  bien  que  ces  positions  ne  sont 
pas  soustraites  au  jeu  de  la  Loi  du  Service  civil.  Nous  vous  communiquons  ces 
renseignements  pour  votre  gouverne. 

Agreez  mes  salutations  empressees, 

WM.  FORAN,  secretaire. 
L'Auditeur  general. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  le  18  aoftt  1924. 

Monsieur, — Vous  trouverez  ci- joint,  pour  votre  information,  copie  d'une 
lettre  adressee  a  l'Auditeur  general  par  le  secretaire  de  la  Commission  du  Service 
civil  au  sujet  de  certaines  nominations  faites  par  votre  ministere  sans  obtenir 
prealablement  le  certificat  de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil  requis  par  la  loi. 

On  m'informe  qu'un  des  commis  en  chef  de  notre  bureau  a  porte  officieuse- 
ment  cette  question  a  l'attention  de  M.  Gilbert,  de  votre  ministere. 

Agreez  l'hommage  de  mes  sentiments  distingues, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 
Le  sous-ministre,  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  le  19  aout  1924. 

Monsieur, — L'examen  des  bordereaux  de  paie  de  la  division  des  pecheries 
du  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries  revele  que  votre  ministere  loue  les 
services  de  gardes-peche,  d'adjoints  de  piscifacture  et  autres  employes  des  eta- 
blissements  de  pisciculture  sans  consulter  la  Commission  du  Service  civil. 

Vu  que  les  positions  precitees  ne  sont  pas  soustraites  au  jeu  de  la  Loi  du 
Service  civil,  vous  m'obligeriez  en  me  disant  en  vertu  de  quelle  autorite  vous 
faites  ces  nominations  sans  obtenir  l'approbation  de  la  Commission  du  Service 
civil. 

Agreez  Thommage  de  ma  haute  consideration, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 

Le  sous-ministre,  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


O— 134  RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  G&N&RAL,  1928-24 

Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries,  le  21  aout  1924. 

Monsieur, — Nous  avons  recu  vos  lettres  des  18  et  19  courant  portant  sur 
l'emploi  de  gardes-peche  et  d'aides  de  piscifacture  sans  consulter  la  Commission 
du  Service  civil. 

Le  proces-verbal  du  Conseil  du  21  septembre  atteste  que  les  journaliers,  entre 
autres,  furent  soustraits  au  jeu  de  la  Loi  du  Service  civil.  Vu  que  les  gardes- 
peche  et  les  employes  de  piscifacture  sont  de  simples  journaliers,  de  qui  Ton  exige 
aucune  competence  particuliere,  et  qu'ils  sont  payes  aux  taux  courants,  le  minis- 
tere a  inform  e  la  Commission  du  Service  civil  qu'il  ne  jugeait  pas  necessaire 
qu'elle  emette  des  certificats  en  leur  faveur.  II  est  vrai  que  ces  positions  furent 
classifiees  anterieurement  a  la  decision  du  Conseil  que  nous  avons  citee  et  aux 
autres  decrets  faisant  exception  pour  les  positions  de  ce  genre;  mais  la  classifica- 
tion n'avait  pour  objet  d'exiger  aucune  competence  particuliere;  son  seul  but  etait 
de  donner  un  nom  aux  positions  pour  plus  de  facilite  d'administration. 

Acceptez  mes  salutations  respectueuses, 

A.  JOHNSTON,  S.-M. 

L'Auditeur  general  adjoint. 


Bureau  de  iAAuditeur  general,  le  17  septembre  1924. 

Monsieur,  —  J'ai  l'honneur  d'accuser  reception  de  la  votre  du  21  ecoule  en 
reponse  a  mes  lettres  des  18  et  19  ecoules  concernant  l'emploi  de  gardes-peche, 
d'adjoints  de  piscifacture  et  d'autres  employes  requis  dans  les  piscifactures,  sans 
consulter  la  Commission  du  Service  civil. 

Les  positions  d'adjoints  de  piscifacture  et  d'aides  de  piscifacture,  avec  trai- 
tement  fixe,  ainsi  que  les  positions  de  collecteurs  d'ceufs,  d'ingenieurs  de  pisci- 
factures, de  collecteurs  de  laite  et  de  gardiens  de  piscifacture,  au  taux  courant, 
sont  determinees  par  la  classification  du  Service  civil.  Si  les  titulaires  de  ces 
positions  etaient  considered  etre  des  journaliers  on  les  aurait  classifies  comme 
tels,  car  les  tableaux  de  la  classification  comprennent  cette  categorie  d'ouvriers. 

Je  ne  sache  pas  qu'aucun  decret  ministeriel  ait,  aux  termes  de  Particle  388 
de  la  Loi  du  Service  civil,  et  ses  modifications,  soustrait  les  positions  en  dis- 
cussion a  l'application  de  la  Loi  du  Service  civil.  Je  suis,  par  consequent,  d'avis 
que  rien  n'autorise  de  payer  les  salaires  des  titulaires  de  ces  positions  a  moins 
que  lesdits  titulaires  n'aient  ete  nommes  par  la  Commission  du  Service  civil. 

Agreez  mes  salutations  empressees, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 
Le  sous-ministre,  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Bureau  de  l'Aiditeur  general,  le  10  octobre  1924. 

Monsieur,  —  Apres  avoir  examine  les  pieces  justifiant  les  depenses  relatives 
au  service  de  sauvetage  pour  l'exercice  termine  le  31  mars  1924,  je  constate  que 
les  nominations  suivantes  out  ete  faites  a  la  station  de  Bayview,  N.-E.,  sans 
consulter  la  Commission  du  Service  civil. 


MARINE  ET  PEC  HEMES:  CORRESPONDANCE  O— 135 


H.  E.  Raymond,  patron 

de   chaloupe traitement  $    1,020,  allocation  de  subsistance.  .$    300 

"  300 

"  300 

"  300 

"  300 

"  "  300 


W.  E.  Ellis,  ingenieur. . 

u 

960, 

L.  A.  Adams,  cuisinier. 

660, 

W.J.Abbott,  batelier.. 

" 

540, 

I.  C.  Ellis,  batelier.... 

« 

540, 

J.   Ellis,    batelier 

(C 

540, 

A.      L.       Moorehouse, 

batelier    

(t 

540, 

A.  D.   Wilson,  batelier 

u 

540, 

a  300 

"       300 

Je  vous  serais  oblige  si  vous  me  disiez  de  quelle  autorite,  autre  que  le  certi- 
ficat  de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil,  vous  vous  etes  arroge  pour  faire  ces 
nominations, 

J'ai  1'honneur  d'etre,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 
Le  sous-ministre,  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  31  octobre  1924. 

Monsieur, — Je  dois  attirer  votre  attention  sur  ma  lettre  du  10  courant 
relative  a  certaines  nominations  que  Ton  a  faites  au  poste  de  sauvetage  de 
Bay-View  sans  avoir  refere  la  question  a  la  Commission  du  Service  civil. 

Je  n'ai  encore  regu  aucune  reponse  et  je  vous  serais  bien  oblige  si  vous 
vouliez  vous  occuper  de  cette  question  dans  le  plus  court  delai  possible. 
Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 

Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  7  aout  1924. 

Monsieur,  —  J'ai  trouve,  en  examinant  les  documents  relatifs  aux  depenses 
du  service  radiotelegraphique  pour  l'exercice  1922-23,  que  Ton  a  paye  Kendal 
Turner,  comme  commis-messager,  au  taux  de  $600  par  annee,  du  16  octobre 
au  31  mars  1923. 

Veuillez  me  dire  en  vertu  de  quelle  autorite  M.  Turner  a  obtenu  de  l'em- 
ploi.  On  me  dit  que  la  Commission  du  Service  civil  n'a  pas  emis  le  certificat 
necessaire. 

J'ai  1'honneur  d'etre,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNiS,  A.G.  adjoint. 
Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  12  mai  1924. 

Monsieur,  —  Je  dois  attirer  votre  attention  sur  ma  lettre  du  7  aout  1923 
dans  laquelle  je  demandais  en  vertu  de  quelle  autorite  Kendal  Turner,  commis- 
messager  du  service  radiotelegraphique,  avait  ete  paye  du  16  octobre  1922  au 
31  mars  1923. 


0—136  RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  G&N&RAL,  1923-24 

Je  n'ai  pas  encore  recu  voire  reponse  et  je  vous  serais  tres  oblige  si  vous 
vouliez  bien  me  fournir  le  renseignement. 

A  ce  sujet,  je  dois  dire  que  Ton  a  retenu  les  services  de  M.  Turner  pendant 
l'exercice  termine  le  31  mars  1924.  On  me  dit  que  la  Commission  du  Service 
civil  n'a  pas  emis  le  certificat  necessaire. 

Bien  a  vous, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 

Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  28  aout  1924. 

Cher  monsieur, — Je  dois  attirer  voire  attention  sur  mes  lettres  du  7  aout 
1923  et  du  12  mai  1924  concernant  l'emploi  de  Kendal  Turner,  commis-messager 
du  service  radiotelegraphique,  du  16  octobre  1922  au  31  mars  1924,  sans  Paupe- 
risation de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil,  autorisation  absolument  necessaire. 

Ces  lettres  sont  restees  sans  reponse  et  je  vous  demanderai  de  vous  occuper 
de  cette  question  immediatement. 

Je  desire  faire  remarquer  de  plus  que  Ton  a  retenu  les  services  de  M.  Turner 
pendant  l'exercice  actuel  sans  le  certificat  necessaire  de  la  Commission  du  Service 
civil. 

Bien  a  vous, 

GEO.  GONTHIER,  A.G. 

Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries,  13  septembre  1924. 

Monsieur, — En  reponse  a  votre  lettre  du  28  aout  1924,  je  dois  vous  dire  que 
M.  Turner,  qui  n'a  que  dix-huit  ans,  est  pret  a  subir  le  prochain  examen  de  la 
Commission  du  Service  civil  pour  la  position  de  commis-messager,  lorsque  cet 
examen  sera  tenu,  et  le  ministere  ne  croit  pas  qu'il  y  ait  alors  de  difficultes  a 
obtenir  le  certificat  regulier  permettant  son  emploi. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

A.  JOHNSTON,  S.-M. 
A  l'Auditeur  general,  Ottawa,  Ont. 


Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  19  septembre  1924. 

Monsieur, — Je  dois  vous  accuser  reception  de  votre  lettre  du  13  courant  en 
reponse  aux  miennes  du  7  aout  1924,  du  12  mai  et  du  27  aout  de  la  meme  annee, 
relatives  a  l'emploi  de  Kendal  Turner  sans  Pautorisation  de  la  Commission  du 
Service  civil. 

Votre  lettre  me  laisse  entendre  que  Pon  n'a  pas  obtenu  le  certificat  neces- 
saire de  la  Commission  du  Service  civil  pour  l'emploi  de  Kendal  Turner  comme 
messager  dans  votre  ministere,  et  je  dois  vous  faire  remarquer  de  nouveau  qu'en 


MARINE  ET  PEC  HEMES:  CORRESPONDANCE  O— 137 

l'absence  d'un  tel  certificat  tous  les  paiements  qu'il  a  regus  sont  irreguliers  et 
devraient  cesser. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint 

Au  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Credit  233 — Salaires  et  allocations  des  gardiens  de  phares.      Les  credits 

applicables  au  compte  des  debonrses  doivent  servir  a 

effectuer  ces  paiements 

Bureau  de  i/Auditeur,  7  mai  1924. 

Monsieur, — Je  desire  attirer  voire  attention  sur  les  paiements  qui  suivent 
effectues  sous  l'autorisation  de  votre  lettre  de  credit,  ces  depenses  ayant  eto 
encourues  par  suite  de  certaines  investigations  institutes  sous  l'empire  de  la  Loi 
des  Enquetes  pendant  Texercice  finissant  le  31  mars  1924: — 

Cheque  C-     161— A.  R.  Forbes $108  70 

Cheque  C-     356— A.  R.  Forbes 29  55 

Cheque  C-  1258— A.  R.  Forbes 20  00 

Cheque  C-  9231— B.  W.  Tanton  et  A.  R.  Burke  . .  53  90 

Cheque  C-  9761— D.  Edgar  Shaw 86  80 

Cheque  C-12010— D.  Edgar  Shaw 98  05 

Cheque  C-     744— J.  A.  Nadeau 108  70 

Cheque  C-     745— J.  A.  Nadeau 89  63 

Cheque  C-  3484— J.  A.  Nadeau 87  86 

Cheque  C-10395— J.  A.  Nadeau 233  67 

Ces  paiements  ont  ete  imputes  sur  les  credits  des  "Salaires  et  allocations  des 
gardiens  de  phares". 

Vu  que  les  paiements  susdits  n'ont  aucun  rapport  avec  la  remuneration  des 
gardiens  de  phares  tant  au  point  de  vue  du  salaire  que  des  allocations  je  serais 
heureux  de  savoir  pourquoi  vous  vous  etes  servi  de  ce  credit  pour  faire  ces 
paiements. 

Si  le  budget  des  credits  ne  contient  pas  un  credit  special  pour  couvrir  les 
frais  d'enquetes  ces  paiements  devraient  s'effectuer  a  meme  quelque  credit  general 
applicable  auxdites  depenses. 

Je  demeure,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint 

Le  sous-ministre,  ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries,  22  mai  1924. 

Monsieur, — J'ai  votre  lettre  du  7  courant  dans  laquelle  vous  nous  faites 
remarquer  que  notre  ministere  a  effectue  certains  paiements  en  vertu  de  notre 
lettre  de  credit  pour  couvrir  les  frais  de  certaines  investigations  qui  ont  ete  faites 
sous  l'empire  de  la  Loi  des  enquetes  a  meme  le  credit  vote  pour  les  "salaires 
et  allocations  aux  gardiens  de  phares"  au  lieu  de  payer  ces  comptes  a  meme 
un  credit  specialement  vote  a  cette  fin. 

1— 10o 


O— 138  RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  G&N&RAL,  1923-24 

Le  ministere  n'ignore  pas  que  les  debourses  susdits  auraient  du  etre  imputes 
sur  le  compte  des  "depenses  imprevues",  mais  malheureusement  ce  credit  etait 
epuise  et  vu  que  le  total  de  ces  debourses  ne  depassaient  pas  $300.00,  nous 
n'avons  pas  juge  a  propos  d'inscrire  un  item  special  dans  le  budget  annexe  pour 
y  pourvoir. 

Je  demeure,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

A.  JOHNSTON,  S.-M. 
L'Auditeur  general. 


Arrete   en   Conseil,    C.P.    2275,   4   Novembre    1922,    et    Credit   No     215, 

Navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat;  Paiements  imputes  a  tort  sur  le 

compte  des  navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat 

Bureau  de  l'Auditeur,  8  novembre  1924. 

Monsieur,  —  L'arrete  en  Conseil,  C.P.  2275,  du  4  novembre  1922,  autorisa 
Messieurs  Burns  et  Kelleher,  de  Halifax,  a  faire  certaines  reparations  au  V.G.C. 
Bayfield  au  cout  de  $12,875. 

Au  cours  de  l'exercice  1922-23  on  fit  trois  paiements  se  chifTrant  a  $10,000 
sur  ce  contrat  et  on  les  imputa  sur  le  compte  du  credit  parlementaire  des  leves 
hydrographiques  (Rapport  de  l'A.G.  p.  R-31). 

On  versa  le  solde  du  a  la  compagnie  en  vertu  du  contrat,  soit  $2,875,  en  lui 
remettant  le  cheque  B.  4125  emis  au  cours  de  l'exercice  1923-24.  On  imputa  ce 
paiement  sur  le  compte  du  credit  affecte  a  l'entretien  et  a  la  reparation  des 
vapeurs  et  brise-glaces  de  l'Etat. 

Vu  que  l'arrete  en  Conseil,  C.P  2275,  stipule  d'une  fagon  toute  particuliere 
que  Ton  devra  imputer  le  montant  de  ce  contrat  sur  le  compte  du  credit  des  leves 
hydrographiques,  j'aimerais  a  savoir  pour  quelles  raisons  vous  avez  impute  le 
solde  de  ce  contrat,  paye  au  cours  de  l'exercice  1923-24,  sur  le  compte  du  credit 
des  navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat. 

Je  desire  egalement  attirer  votre  attention  sur  un  autre  paiement  au  mon- 
tant de  $1,335  fait  a  Messieurs  Burns  et  Kelleher  pour  reparations  au  vapeur 
Bayfield,  et  impute  sur  le  compte  du  credit,  navires  a  vapeur  de  l'Etat,  pour 
l'exercice  1923-24. 

Comme  on  se  sert  du  Bayfield  pour  les  leves  hydrographiques,  on  aurait 
du  imputer  ces  paiements  sur  le  compte  de  ce  service. 

Veuillez  me  fournir  des  explications  a  ce  sujet. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

WM.  KEARNS,  A.G.  adjoint. 
Le  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Credit  n°  230:  Chantiers  maritimes  de  Sorel — Depenses  encourues  en 
1923-24  portees  au  compte  de  1924-25 

Bureau  de  l'Auditeur  general,  19  novembre  1924. 

Monsieur, — En  examinant  les  bordereaux  de  paie  des  chantiers  maritimes 
de  Sorel  pour  l'exercice  termine  le  31  mars  1924,  je  constate  que  le  bordereau 
comprenant  la  periode  ecoulee  du  16  au  31  mars  1924,  et  se  chiffrant  a  $11  283.81 
a  ete  porte  au  compte  du  credit  vote  pour  les  depenses  des  chantiers  de  Sorel  au 
cours  de  l'exercice  1924-25. 


MARINE  ET  PECHERIES:  CORRESPON DANCE  O— 139 

Je  serais  heureux  de  savoir  pour  quelles  raisons  la  somme  representant  les 
salaires  et  le  travail  de  cette  periode  n'a  pas  ete  portee  >au  compte  du  credit 
affecte  aux  chantiers  maritimes  de  Sorel  pour  l'exercice  1923-24. 

A  ce  sujet  je  desire  attirer  votre  attention  sur  le  fait  que,  si  ce  paiement 
de  $11,283.81  avait  ete  porte  au  compte  du  credit  de  1923-24  affecte  aux  chantiers 
maritimes  de  Sorel,  vous  auriez  eu  un  decouvert  de  $10,643.34  vu  que  le  solde  du 
credit  ne  se  chiffrait  qu'a  $640.47. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

»       GEO.  GONTHIER,  A.G. 

Le  sous-ministre  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries. 


Ministere  de  la  Marine  et  des  Pecheries,  10  decembre  1924. 

Monsieur, — Je  dois  accuser  reception  de  votre  lettre  du  19  du  mois  plernier 
a  propos  de  la  solde  du  bordereau  de  paie  des  chantiers  maritimes  du  Gouverne- 
ment,  a  Sorel,  se  montant  a  $11,283.81;  couvrant  la  periode  du  16  au  31  mars 
1924,  et  porte  au  compte  de  l'exercice  1924-25. 

Vous  remarquez  que  si  ce  bordereau  de  paie  eut  ete  solde  a  meme  Texercice 
1923-24,  il  y  aurait  eu  un  decouvert  pour  cet  exercice. 

En  reponse,  je  puis  vous  dire  que  vos  remarques  sont  tout  a  fait  justes  et 
qu'il  est  regrettable  qu'on  n'ait  pas  mis  dans  le  budget  des  credits  supplementaires 
un  montant  pour  couvrir  le  total  de  ce  bordereau  de  paie. 

Je  puis  vous  assurer  qu'a  l'avenir  une  telle  omission  ne  se  presentera  plus. 

Je  suis,  monsieur,  votre  obeissant  serviteur, 

A.  JOHNSTON,  S.-M . 
L'Auditeur  general. 


15  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1  A.  1925 

AUDITOR   GENERAL'S   REPORT 
1923-24 


PART  "P" 

DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES 


DETAILS  OF  EXPENDITURE  AND   REVENUE 


RAPPORT   DE   L'AUDITEUR   GENERAL 

1923-24 


PARTIE  "P" 

MINISTERE  DES  MINES 


DETAIL   DES   DEPENSES   ET   DES   REVENUS 


P— 2 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923- 


Department  of  Mines 
Ministere  des  Mines 


Page  in 
PartP 

Page  a,  la 
Partie  P 


cts 


cts. 


Summary  of  Expenditure  and  Revenue — Sommaire  des  Depenses 
et  des  Revenus 

Civil  Government — Gouvemement  civil — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Geological  Survey  Branch — Division  de  la  Commission  geologiqu 

Explorations,  Surveys,  and  Investigations 

Maintenance  of  Offices 

Publication  of  Reports 

Purchase  of  Specimens 

Museum  Equipment 

Mines  Branch — Division  des  mines — 

Investigation  of  Mineral  Resources 

Publications 

Transportation  Charges  on  Ore  Shipments 

Explosives  Division 

Assay  Office,  Vancouver 

Miscellaneous — 

Grant  to  Imperial  Mineral  Resources  Bureau 

Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 

Gratuities 

Total  expenditure — Total  des  depenses 

Revenue — Revenus 
Casual  Revenue — Revenu  casuel 

Total  Revenue — Total  des  revenus 

Lignite  Utilization  Board 


476,882  93 
6,424  56 


178,319  66 

47,743  13 

44,788  60 

2,621  11 

7,515  14 


148,756  62 

36,709  78 

53  67 


483,307  49 


280,987  64 


185, 520  07 

7,881  38 
21,342  53 

7,300  00 

21,534  17 

990  00 


1,008,863  28 


36,014  24 


i,014  24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts. 


300  00 


63  00 

180  00 

105  00 

210  00 

135  00 

150  00 

17  50 

174  00 

43  50 

108  00 

65  00 

105  00 

149  25 

75  00 

174  75 

210  00 

80  00 

144  00 

63  00 

109  50 

54  00 

Mines:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Mines:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Deputv  Minister — ■ 

C.  Camsell,  12  m 

Staff — Personnel 

A.  Ainsborough,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  J.  Alcock,  geologist,  12  m 

S.  G.  Alexander,  pr.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

R.  M.  Anderson,  zoologist,  12  m 

H.  A.  Anrep,  peat  specialist,  12  m 

H.  E.  Baine,  chief  map  draftsman,  12  m 

E.  C.  Baltzer,  engineer,  gr.  2,  2  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

C.  M.  Barbeau,  ethnologist,  12  m 

M.  L.  Barrett,  library  assistant,  3  m.  at  $600;  9  m.  at  $960 

G.  D.  Barrowman,  custodian  and  adjuster  of  surveying  equipment, 

12  m 

M.  H.  Barry,  library  assistant,  12  m 

J.  J.  Bell,  editorial  assistant,  12  m 

W.  A.  Bell,  associate  palaeobotanist,  9  m.  at  $2,940;  3  m.  at  $3,120. . . . 

W.  K.  Bentley,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

L.  L.  Bolton,  secretary,  3  m.  at  $3,360;  9  m.  at  $3,540 

W.  H.  Boyd,  chief  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

M.  G.  Brown,  photographer,  12  m 

G.  J.  A.  Buisson,  statistician,  12  m 

J.  V.  Butterworth,  jr.  topographical  engineer,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680 

C.  E.  Cairnes,  asst.  geologist,  3  m.  at  $2,100;  9  m.  at  $2,220 

H.  F.  Cameron,  library  assistant,  12  m 


Salary 
Traitements 


$       cts, 
6,000  00 


1,260  00 
3,600  00 
2,100  00 
4,200  00 
2,700  00 
3,000  00 

350  00 
3,480  00 

870  00 

2,160  00 
1,300  00 
2,100  00 
2,985  00 
1,500  00 
3,495  00 
4,200  00 
1,600  00 
2,880  00 
1,260  00 
2, 190  00 
1,080  00 


Bonus 
Boni 


$   cts. 


60  00 

10  00 
86  06 
60  00 

60  00 


261  00 
162  00 


72  00 


DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  EXPENDITURE 


P— 3 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


cts 


34  50 


70  50 

R. 

132  00 

R. 

105  00 

J. 

144  00 

J. 

19  65 

H. 

156  00 

K. 

126  00 

A. 

135  00 

G. 

105  00 

L. 

151  50 

W. 

168  00 

L. 

62  66 

L. 

258  75 

W. 

59  39 

G. 

78  00 

J. 

159  00 

M. 

195  75 

H. 

57  00 

K. 

50  00 

A. 

78  75 

B. 

63  00 

B. 

60  00 

A. 

45  00 

P. 

80  00 

J. 

150  00 

A. 

151  50 

V. 

t 

D. 

51  75 

C. 

60  00 

J. 

108  00 

V. 

50  25 

E. 

7  50 

G. 

159  00 

B. 

138  00 

H. 

159  00 

R. 

90  00 

D. 

t 

E. 

135  00 

M. 

142  50 

M. 

73  50 

F. 

105  00 

J. 

54  00 

J. 

31  84 

D. 

200  25 

H. 

132  00 

E. 

144  50 

G. 

51  00 

L. 

124  50 

H. 

177  00 

R. 

85  50 

J. 

78  00 

M. 

75  00 

E. 

17  50 

M. 

216  00 

B. 

129  00 

G. 

32  00 

F. 

207  00 

R. 

132  00 

A. 

66  00 

A. 

165  00 

J. 

138  00 

G. 

Mines:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Mines:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


1—1  £p 


Staff — Continued — Personnel — Suite 

M.  Campbell,  sr.  laboratory  assistant,  Sept.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,200 
(less  3d.  Feb.) 

M.  Campbell,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $1,380;  6  m.  at  $1,440 

K.  Carnochan,  engineer,  gr.  3,  6  m.  at  $2,580;  6  m.  at  $2,700 

J.  Carr,  sr.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

M.  Casey,  head  statistical  elk.,  12  m 

[.  M.  Chantler,  jr.  chemist,  Jan.  7  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680 

1.  G.  Chipman,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

F.  Clarke,  sr.  copper  plate  map  engraver,  12  m 

.  G.  Clarke,  chief  photographer,  12  m 

Y.  Clarke,  sr.  photographer,  12  m.  at  $2,100  (less  10  d.  Oct.) 

.  E.  Cockfield,  associate  geologist,  6  m.  at  $2,940;  6  m.  at  $3,120. . .  . 

H.  Cole,  engineer,  grade  4,  12  m 

P.  Collin,  engineer,  grade  2,  Aug.  27  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

,  H.  Collins,  director,  geological  survey,  9  m.  at  $5,100;  3  m.  at. 
$5,400 , 

P.  Connell,  jr.  chemist,  July  17  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680 

V.  Connor,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

'..  F.  Connor,  chemist,  12  m 

C.  Cooke,  geologist,  3  m.  at  $3,780;  9  m.  at  $3,960 

B.  Cosgrove,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Cox,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

P.  Coyne,  asst.  chemist,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

R.  Davidson,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

E.  Dear,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

H.  Desormeaux,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Dessaint,  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

Dickison,  supervisor  map  preparation,  etc.,  12  m 

Dolmage,  associate  geologist,  6  m.  at  $2,940;  6  m.  at  $3,120 

B.  Dowling,  geologist,  12  m 

F.  C.  Duford,  acct.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,020;  3  m.  at  $1,080 

Duggan,  confidential  messenger,  12  m 

L.  Eardley-Wilmot,  engineer,  gr.  2,     6  m.  at  $2,100;  6  m.  at  $2,220 . 
M.  Edwards,  elk.  sten.,  3  m.  at  $960;  9  m.  at  $1,020 

.  L.  Elliott,  jr.  elk.  typist,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

C.  Ells,  engineer  gr.  3,12  m 

.  V.  Ellsworth,  associate  mineralogist,  12  m 

.  T.  Elworthy,  chemist,  12  m 

K  A.  Esdale,  chief  mechanic,  12  m 

R.  Faribault,  geologist,  12  m 

M.  Farnham,  secretary,  12  m 

[.  C.  Fletcher,  chemist,  explosives  division,  9  in.  at  $2,820;  3  m.  at 

$2,940 

E.  Forsey,  departmental  librarian,  gr.  2,  6  m.  at  $1,440;  6  m.  at 

$1,500 

O.  Fortin,  sr.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

H.  Fortune,  caretaker,  12  m 

.  T.  Fotheringham,  jr.  chemist,  Oct.  15  to  Feb.  23  at  $1,680  (less 

3  d.  Jan.)  (resigned) 

Frechette,  chief,  division  of  ceramics  and  road  materials,  9  m.  at 

$3,960;  3  m.  at  $4,140. 

E.  Freeland,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

H.  Freeman,  engineer,  gr.  I,  3  m.  at  $2,400;  9  m.  at  $2,040 

C.  Furlong,  stores  clerk,  12  m 

Gauthier,  engineer,  gr.  2,  9  m.  at  $2,460;  3  m.  at  $2,580 

E.  Gilmore,  supt.  fuel  testing  laboratory,  12  m 

S.  Godard,  engineer,  gr.  1,  9  m.  at  $1,680;  3  m.  at  $1,800 

[.  W.  Godwin,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  Goodman,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

.  F.  Goudge,  engineer,  gr.  2,  2  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

F.  Haanel,  chief,  division  of  fuel  testing,  12  m 

,  Hanson,  associate  geologist,  12  m 

A.  Harrison,  elk.  typist,  8  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

,  Harvie,  geologist,  12  m 

G.  Haultain,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

T.  Hinge,  map  draftsman,  12  m 

G.  S.  Hudson,  inspector  of  explosives,  12  m 

S.  Hume,  associate  geologist,  12  m 


Salary 
Traitements 


cts. 


679  66 
1,410  00 


2,640  00 
2, 100  00 
2,880  00 
392  90 
3,120  00 
2,520  00 
2,700  00 
2,043  55 
3,030  00 
3,360  00 
1,253  23 


5,175  00 
1,187  74 
1,560  00 
3.180  00 
3,915  00 
1,140  00 
1,000  00 
1,575  00 
1,260  00 
1,200  00 

900  00 
1,600  00 
3,000  00 
3,030  00 
4,500  00 
1,035  00 
1,200  00 
2, 160  00 
1,005  00 

150  00 
3,180  00 
2,760  00 
3,180  00 
1,800  00 
4,500  00 
2,700  00 

2,850  00 

1,470  00 

2, 100  00 
1,080  00 

594  25 

4,005  00 
2,640  00 
2, 130  00 
1,020  00 
2,490  00 
3,540  00 
1,710  00 
1,560  00 
1,500  00 

350  00 
4,320  00 
2, 580  00 

640  00 
4,140  00 
2,640  00 
1,320  00 
3,300  00 
2,760  00 


P— 4 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-i 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Mines:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Mines:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 
Traitements 


$     cts. 


54  00 

88  63 

105  00 
42  75 

90  32 

78  00 

149  25 

129  00 

108  00 

216  00 

80  00 

47  25 

225  00 

147  00 

50  00 

45  00 

31  50 

75  00 

142  50 

54  00 

10  42 

140  00 

159  00 

85  50 

82  00 

90  00 

80  00 

159  00 

88  50 

78  00 

200  00 

85  16 

63  00 

63  00 

174  00 

139  50 

176  25 

115  50 

147  00 

57  00 

81  00 

60  00 

158  00 

63  00 

85  50 

65  00 

105  00 

t 

*40  80 

156  00 

153  75 

65  00 

247  50 

8  00 

102  00 

72  00 

99  75 

37  50 

129  00 

57  00 

132  00 

150  00 

159  00 

61  50 

250  00 

83  00 

Staff — Continued — Personnel — Suite 

G.  de  W.  Hurlbert,  file  elk.,  12  m 

M.  E.  Hurst,  assistant  geologist,  May  28  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

W.  S.  Hutton,  sr.  photographer,  12  m 

E.  D.  Ingall,  chief,  division  of  borings,  12  m 

E.  A.  James,  asst.  photographer,  9  m.  at  $840;  3  m.  at  $900 

W.  F.  James,  asst.  geologist,  May  22  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

L.  E.  Janes,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

D.  Jenness,  associate  ethnologist.  9  m.  at  $2,940;  3  m.  at  $3,120..... 

A.  Joanes,  pr.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

C.  E.  Johnston,  artist,  12  m 

W.  A.  Johnston,  geologist,  12  m 

E.  Juneau,  map  draftsman,  12  m 

Keele,  geologist,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $3,780  (deceased) 

E.  M.  Kindle,  chief,  division  of  palaeontology,  12  m 

H.  Kohl,  chemist,  12  m 

V.  Laflamme,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

D.  Lafreniere,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Laliberte,  messenger  elk.,  6  m.  at  $600;  6  m.  at  $660 

E.  Lavoie,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  E.  Leach,  inspector  of  explosives,  6  m.  at  $2,760;  6  m.  at  $2,940. 

B.  Leamy,  elk.  typist,  12  m     

J.  D.  Leechman,  museum  assistant,  Jan.  26  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,140. . . 

J.  S.  H.  Lefebvre,  prin.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

H.  A.  Leverin,  chemist,  12  m 

P.  E.  Levesque,  asst.  editor,  9  m.  at  $1,680;  3  m.  at  $1,800 

M.  Lister,  sr.  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $1,600;  6  m.  at  $1,680 

J.  M.  Loux,  asst.  editor,  12  m 

R.  E.  Lyons,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

H.  C.  Mabee,  chemist,  12  m 

J.  A.  MacDonald,  jr.  topographical  engineer,  3  m.  at  $1,680;  9  m.  at 

$1,800 

G.  C.  MacGregor,  sr.  stat.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  E.  Macintyre,  chief  explosives  chemist,  12  m 

B.  R.  MacKay,  geologist,  Oct.  11  to  Mar.  31  at  $3,600 

L.  J.  MacMartin,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

D.  C.  Maddox,  jr.  engineer,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680 

W.  Malcolm,  compiler  of  geological  information,  12  m 

E.  S.  Malloch,  engineer,  gr.  3,  3  m.  at  $2,700;  9  m.  at  $2,820 

M.  O.  Malte,  chief  botanist,  9  m.  at  $3,480;  3  m.  at  $3,660 

J.  R.  Marshall,  asst.  geologist,  3  m.  at  $2,220;  9  m.  at  $2,340 

P.  R.  Marshall,  dept'l.  acct.,  gr.  3,  12  m 

L.  M.  McCann,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  \  pay  Sept.  23  to  Oct.  22) 
J.  J.  McCartin,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  A.  McConnell,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

R.  C.  McDonald,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m 

L.  K.  McEvoy,  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  J.  McGee,  dept'l.  acct.,  gr.  1,  3  m.  at  $1,620;  9  m.  at  $1,740 

J.J.  McGee,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,300  (less  U  d.  Feb.) 

A.  McGregor,  pr.  map  draftsman,  12  m •.■•••; 

W.  Mclnnes,  director  Memorial  Museum  and  editor  in  chief,  12  m 

A.  T.  McKinnon,  mineralogical  collector-preparator,  12  m 

S.  C.  McLean,  geodetic  engineer,  12  m.  at  $3,120  (less  military  pay) . . 

F.  H.  McLearn,  associate  invertebrate  palaeontologist,  3  m.  at  $2,940; 

9  m.  at  $3,120 

I.  McLeish,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  McLeish,  director,  mines  branch,  6  m.  at  $4,800,  6  m.  at  $5,100 

E.  G.  McLeod,  library  asst.,  Apr.  1  to  May  12  at  $960  (resigned) 

A.  Miles,  artist,  12  m 

A.  V.  Moffatt,  editorial  assistant,  12  m 

C.  B.  Mohr,  asst.  chemist,  Apr.  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,100 

F.  Montpetit,  jr.  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $720;  6  m.  at  $780  (less  7  d.  July) 

J.  Moran,  asst.  chemist,  12  m 

T.  B.  Murphy,  elk.  sten.,  12  m... 

D.  A.  Nicholas,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

F.  J.  Nicolas,  editor,  gr.  3,  12  m 

J.  H.  H.  Nicolls,  chemist,  12  m 

R.  J.  OfYord,  sr.  laboratory  assistant,  6  m.  at  $1,200;  6  m.  at  $1,260. . 

G.  Ogilvie,  chief  inspector  of  explosives,  12  m 

O.  P.  R.  Ogilvie,  librarian,  gr.  2,  3  m.  at  $1,600;  9  m.  at  $1,680 


cts. 


1,080  00 
1,772  58 
2,100  00 
4,200  00 

855  00 
1,806  45 
1,560  00 
2,985  00 
2,580  00 
2,160  00 
4,320  00 
1,600  00 

945  00 
4,500  00 
2,940  00 
1,000  00 

900  00 

630  00 
1,500  00 
2,850  00 
1,080  00 

208  39 
2,800  00 
3,180  00 
1,710  00 
1,640  00 
1,800  00 
1,600  00 
3,180  00 

1,770  00 
1,560  00 
4,000  00 
1,703  23 
1,260  00 
1,260  00 
3,480  00 
2, 790  00 
3,525  00 
2,310  00 
2,940  00 
1,093  64 
1,620  00 
1,200  00 
2,400  00 
1,260  00 
1,710  00 
1,271  98 
2,100  00 
4,800  00 
2,040  00 
3,021  00 

3,075  00 
1,300  00 
4,950  00 

110  97 
2,040  00 
1,440  00 
1,995  00 

736  45 
2, 580  00 
1,140  00 
2,640  00 
3,000  00 
3,180  00 
1,230  00 
5,000  00 
1,660  00 


DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  EXPENDITURE 


P— 5 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Mines:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Mines:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 
Traitements 


Bonus 
Boni 


$     cts, 


51  00 

G. 

81  00 

J.< 

156  00 

J.  ] 

138  00 

C. 

135  00 

C. 

51  50 

M. 

105  00 

L. 

138  00 

E. 

VV. 

140  00 

0. 

72  00 

M. 

20  00 

V. 

t 

L. 

63  00 

F. 

54  75 

G. 

120  00 

C. 

123  00 

J.. 

159  00 

A. 

147  00 

P. 

115  50 

A. 

72  00 

L. 

210  00 

E. 

69  00 

F. 

50  00 

N. 

135  00 

P. 

I 

C. 

156  00 

A. 

60  00 

J. 

32  00 

D. 

210  00 

H. 

63  00 

H. 

168  00 

H. 

63  00 

J. 

20  73 

A. 

108  00 

c. 

96  00 

D. 

69  00 

M. 

52  50 

1. 

5  44 

R. 

147  00 

A. 

180  00 

T. 

210  00 

P. 

60  00 

1. 

153  00 

E. 

207  00 

W. 

159  00 

R. 

34  50 

M. 

50  00 

J. 

96  00 

W. 

67  67 

E. 

*78  00 

F. 

120  00 

F. 

102  00 

D. 

114  00 

E. 

167  50 

A. 

211  50 

A. 

216  00 

M. 

108  00 

W. 

111  00 

J. 

49  50 

O. 

130  00 

R. 

84  00 

A. 

108  00 

C. 

225  00 

G. 

Staff — Concluded — Personnel — Fin. 

O'Regan,  statistical  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less  69  d.) 

Orme,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Paradis,  head  translator,  6  m.  at  $3,060;  6  m.  at  $3,180 

8.  Parsons,  engineer,  gr.  3,  6  m.  at  $2,700;  6  m.  at  $2,820 

L.  Patch,  chief  taxidermist  and  herpetologist,  12  m 

A.M.  Peat,  elk.  sten.,  1  m.  at  $960;  8  m.  at  $1,020;  3  m.  at  $1,080. . 

H.  S.  Pereira,  pr.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

Poitvin,  associate  mineralogist,  12  m 

'.  J.  F.  Pratt,  private  secy's  allowance,  9  m.  at  $600  (salary  paid  in 
Interior  Dept.) 

E.  Prudhomme,  artist,  12  m 

:.  S.  Ralph,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

I.  Reid,  elk.  sten.,  5  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

N.  Richard,  relief  map  maker,  12  m 

H.  B.  Richardson,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

W.  Richardson,  supplies  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,080;  3  m.  at  $1,140 

E.  Rivier,  pr.  translator,  12  m 

A.  Robert,  asst.  geologist,  12  m 

H.  A.  Robinson,  engineer,  gr.  3,  12  m 

V.  Rosewarne,  chemist,  12  m 

Sadler,  asst.  chemist,  3  m.  at  $2,220;  9  m.  at  $2,340 

A.  Salt,  photographer,  12  m 

Sapir,  chief,  division  of  anthropology,  12  m 

M.  Schofield,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,380  (less  19  d.  Aug.) 

.  Seguin,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Selwyn,  sec'y  of  the  geological  survey,  12  m 

0.  Senecal,  chief  map  draftsman,  12  m 

C.  T.  Sheppard,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

Skillen,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

E.  Slinn,  elk.  typist,  8  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

1.  Smith,  archaeologist,  12  m 

N.  Spence,  jr.  topographical  engineer,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680 

[.  S.  Spence,  engineer,  gr.  4,  12  m 

W.  Spence,  jr.  topographical  engineer,  9  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680. . . . 

E.  Stafford,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  July  23  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

M.  Sternberg,  sr.  collector-preparator,  12  m 

M.  Stewart,  research  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,920  (less  21  d.  Aug.) 

C.  Stewart,  herbarium  assistant,  12  m 

Stotesburg,  file  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,020;  6  m.  at  $1,080 

;.  A.  Strong,  engineer,  gr.  3,  Mar.  17-31  at  $2,700 

A.  Swinnerton,  chemist,  12  m 

L.  Tanton,  geologist,  12  m 

A.  Taverner,  ornithologist,  12  m 

C.  Tavernier,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

A.  Thompson,  chemist,  12  m 

B.  Timm,  chief,  division  of  ore  dressing  and  metallurgy,  12  m... 

J.  Traill,  chemist,  12  m 

Y.  Trudel,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $660;  6  m.  at  $720 

A.  Viau,  messenger  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Vincent,  jr.  purchasing  agent,  12  m 

H.  Wait,  engineer,  gr.  1,  June  11  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680  (less  3  d.  Aug.) 

H.  Wait,  chief,  mines  chemical  laboratory,  12  m 

W.  Waugh,  asst.  ethnologist,  12  m 

Westwood,  sr.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

J.  Whittaker,  asst.  invertebrate  palaeontologist,  12  m 

E.  Wilson,  asst.  invertebrate  palaeontologist,  12  m 

W.  G.  Wilson,  chief,  division  of  mineral  resources,  6  m.  at  $4,140; 

6  m.  at  $4,320 

E.  Wilson,  geologist,  12  m 

J.  Wintemberg,  sr.  collector-preparator,  12  m 

F.  Wright,  asst.  geologist,  12  m 

I.  Wylie,  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $960;  6  m.  at  $1,020  (less  \  p.  30  d.) . . . . 

B.  Yorston,  pr.  map  draftsman,  12  m 

Young,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Young,  sr.  collector-preparator,  12  m 

r.  A.  Young,  geologist,  12  m 


cts. 


827  08 
1,620  00 
3,120  00 
2,760  00 
2,700  00 
1,030  00 
2,100  00 
2,760  00 


450  00 
2,800  00 
1,440  00 

400  00 
2, 100  00 
1,260  00 
1,095  00 
2,400  00 
2,460  00 
3,180  00 
2,940  00 
2,310  00 
1,440  00 
4,200  00 
1,309  52 
1,000  00 
2,700  00 
3,900  00 
3,120  00 
1,200  00 

640  00 
4,200  00 
1,260  00 
3,360  00 
1,260  00 

414  52 
2,160  00 
1,811  61 
1,380  00 
1,050  00 

108  87 
2,940  00 
3,600  00 
4,200  00 
1,200  00 
3,060  00 
4,140  00 
3,180  00 

690  00 
1,000  00 
1,920  00 
1,339  78 
3,900  00 
2,400  00 
2,040  00 
2,280  00 
2,160  00 

4,230  00 
4,320  00 
2, 160  00 
2,220  00 
950  53 
2,600  00 
1,680  00 
2, 160  00 
4,500  00 


$   cts 
255  42 


315  00 
60  00 


261  00 

60  00 
297  00 
315  00 

60  00 


60  00 


315  00 


297  00 
55  51 


65  28 
60  00 


77  63 


60  00 


57  58 

315  00 

63  00 


60  00 
60  00 

60  00 

302  05 

150  00 
60  00 


P— 6 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923- 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$  cts, 


116  15 

158  00 
78  00 

158  00 
96  00 
84  00 


85  00 

45  00 
70  00 
61  00 
70  00 
54  00 
54  00 
43  50 
85  00 
54  00 
70  00 
54  00 
79  00 

46  75 

45  00 


80  26 
80  71 


60  39 
81  91 
49  59 
49  50 
94  65 
81  91 
54  60 
73  00 


Mines :  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Mines:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Geological  Survey  Branch:  Explorations,  Surveys  and  Investigations — 
Division  de  la  Commission  geologique — explorations,  levers  et  re- 
Cher -ches— Page  P— 8  ($12,422.90). 

Permanent  Employees — Fonctionnaires,  permanents —  ($11, 582 .90) . 

M.  F.  Pancroft,  asst.  geologist,  April  1  to  Dec.  10  at  $2,340 
(resigned) 

R.  Bartlett,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

A.  P.  Dowling,  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

W.  H.  Miller,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

A.  J.  C.  Nettell,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  12  m 

J.  Rochon,  osteolo^ical  preparator,  12  m 

Temporary  Employees — Fonctionnaires  temporaires — ($840.00) — 

D.  C.  Maddox,  sr.  engineering  elk.,  April  1  to  June  30  at  $1,680. . 

J.  W.  Spence,  jr.  topographical  engineer,  April  1  to  June  30  at 
$1,680 

Geological  Survey  Branch:  Maintenance  of  Offices  and  Museum,  etc. — 
Division  de  la  Commission  geologique — Entretien  des  bureaux  et  des 
M usees.    Page  P— 12  (818,95846). 

Permanent  Employees — Fonctionnaires  permanents — ($15,827.58). 

D.  J.  Blakely,  taxidermist,  12  m 

F.  De  Witt,  jr.  stores  elk.,  12  m. 

M .  Foran,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

T.  Hoolihan,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

J.  Houle,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

P.  M.  Hurlbert,  elk.-sten.,  12  m 

D.  MacDonald,  museum  helper-tanner,  12  m 

S.  K.  MacDonald,  museum  helper,  6  m.  at  $840;  6  m.  at  $900. . . . 

M.  Mahoney,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

A.  S.  McKay,  file  elk.,  12  m 

F.  D.  Moore,  museum  assistant,  12  m 

A.  E.  Perreault,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  E.  Perron,  museum  helper-tanner,  12  m 

F.  D.  S.   Robertson,   prin.  elk.,   Sept.  24  to  Mar.   15  at  $1,800 

(resigned) 

H.  F.  Rock,  jr.  stores  elk.,  12  m 

Temporary  Employees — Employes  temporaires  ($3,130.88) — 

M.  Bisson,  jr.  elk.  typist,  Feb.  21  to  Mar.  31  at  $600  (less  3  d.) . . 

E.  M.  Bogart,  elk.-sten.,  April  1  to  July  27,  Jan.  1  to  Mar.  31  at 

$960  (less  I  d.) 

L.  Gouin,  electric  wireman,  2,216  h.  at  70c 

G.  Lacourciere,  elk.  typist,  Nov.  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

L.  G.  Nesbitt,  elk.-sten.,  April  1  to  23  at  $960 

V.  I.  Reid,  elk.-sten.,  April  1  to  Oct.  31  at  $960  (less  Id.) 

Geological  Survey  Branch:   Museum  Equipment — Division  de  la  Commis 
sion  geologique — Equipement  du  Musee.   Page  P — 12  ($6,478.20). 

Permanent  Employees — Fonctionnaires  permanents  ($3,219.40). 

H.  A.  Hamilton,  carpenter,  176  h.  at  70c.;  1,976  h.  at  75c 

J.  L.  Rombough,  carpenter,  176  h.  at  70c.;  1,988  h.  at  75c 

Temporary  Employees — Employes  temporaires  ($3,258.80) — 

J.  A.  Craig,  carpenter,  176  h.  at  70c;  1,996  h.  at  75c 

T.  I.  Jackson,  carpenter,  168  h.  at  70c.;  2,028  h.  at  75c 

Mines  Branch:  Investigation  of  Mineral  Resources  or  Deposits — Division 
des  Mines — Etudes  des  depots  de  minerai.     Page  P—13  ($57,840.35) 

Permanent  Employees— Fonctionnaires  permanents  ($42,678.43) — 

P.  Allan,  mill  operator,  2,196  h.  at  55c 

W.  T.  Barnes,  carpenter,  176  h.  at  70c.;  2,020  h.  at  75c 

T.  A.  Barrett,  labourer,  2,204  h.  at  45c 

M.  Bones,  labourer,  2,200  h.  at  45c 

F.  W.  Burstow,  machinist  foreman,  176  h.  at  85c;  2,020  h.  at  86|c 
E.  Chartrand,  machinist,  176  h.  at  70c;  2,020  h.  at  75c 

G.  Connolly,  laboratory  assistant,  12  m 

E.  Cottingham,  stores  elk.,  12  m 


Salary 
Traitements 

$       cts. 


1,622  90 
2,400  00 
1,560  00 
2,400  00 
1,920  00 
1,680  00 

420  00 

420  00 


1,260  00 
900  00 
1,080  00 
1,020  00 
1,080  00 
1,080  00 
1,080  00 
870  00 
1,260  00 
1,080  00 
1,080  00 
1,080  00 
1,200  00 

857  58 
900  00 

60  63 

548  39 

1,551  20 

352  00 

61  33 
557  33 


1,605  20 
1,614  20 

1,620  20 
1,638  60 


1,207  80 
1,638  20 
991  80 
990  00 
1,893  53 
1,638  20 
1,140  00 
1,140  00 


DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  EXPENDITURE 


P— 7 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


Mines:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Mines:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 
Traitements 


Bonus 
Boni 


$  cts. 


71  13 
93  27 
49  41 
133  50 
79  51 

70  93 
82  14 
87  84 
13  25 

71  37 
54  90 
61  00 

131  00 
91  00 

152  00 
78  00 

152  00 
67  00 
/0  80 
58  63 
54  00 
18  75 
91  00 


121  00 
54  20 
82  36 
46  50 
57  00 
19  00 


Mines  Branch — Concluded — Division  des  Mines — Fin 

Permanent  Employees — Concluded — Fonctionnaires  permanents — Fin 

R.  R.  Curran,  mill  operator,  176  h.  at  60c;  2,026  h.  at  65c 

A.  Davie,  machinist  foreman,  176  h.  at  85c.  1,988  h.  at  86|c 

A.  Davis,  machinist  helper,  2,196  h.  at  45c 

B.  M.  Derry,  mill  foreman,  12  m 

T.  J.  Dunn,  toolmaker,  176  h.  at  70c;  1,956  h.  at  75c 

T.  Flood,  mill  operator,  176  h.  at  60c;  2,020  h.  at  65c 

C.  Fresque,  machinist,  176  h.  at  70c;  2,026  h.  at  75c 

S.  Holman,  electrician,  2,196  h.  at  80c 

C.  P.  Hotchkiss,  engineer,  gr.  3,  1  m.  to  Mar.  31,  at  $3,180 

V.  F.  Joly,  blacksmith,  2,196  h.  at  65c 

A.  Kritsch,  gas  engineman,  2,196  h.  at  50c 

W.  Kritsch,  laboratory  assistant,  12  m 

C.  Langley,  glassblower,  12  m 

E.  Lester,  sr.  laboratory  assistant.  12  m 

A .  W.  Mantle,  mechanical  supt.,  12  m 

E.  Pepper,  sr.  clk.-sten.,  12  m 

R.  H.  Picher,  engineer,  gr.  2,  12  m 

W.  Reid,  laboratory  assistant,  12  m 

C.  Renaud,  mill  operator,  176  h.  at  60c;  2,016  h.  at  65c 

E.  Richard,  mill  operator,  2,132  h.  at  55c 

J.  Sugrue,  fireman,  12  m 

R.  J.  Tubbe,  office  boy,  6  m.  at  $360;  6  m.  at  $390 

J.  G.  Williams,  instrument  maker,  gr.  1,  12  m 

Temporary  Employees— Employes  temporaires  ($15, 161 .92)— 

E.  C.  Baltzer,  engineer,  grade  2,  Aug.  15  to  Jan.  31  at  $2, 100   .  . 

A.  Barber,  clk.-sten.,  April  16  to  July  14  at  $960  (less  6  d.) 

E.  Bartlett.  sr.  map  draftsman,  Mar.  1 1  to  31  at  $1, 680 

E.  M.  Bogart,  clk.-sten.,  Aug.  5  to  Dec  31  at  $960 

F.  Cairns,  labourer,  2, 164  h.  at  45c 

B.  P.  Coyne,  assistant  chemist,  April  1  to  June  30  at  $2, 100 

A.  J.  Forward,  head  elk.,  April  1  to  Oct.  31;  Dec  1  to  Jan.  31  at 

$2,400 

G.  B.  Frost,  chemist,  Dec.  11  to  Feb.  5  at  $2,700 

M.  F.  Goudge,  engineer,  gr.  2,  June  9  to  Jan.  31  at  $2, 100 

F.  Harrison,  clk.-sten.,  April  1  to  July  31  at  $960 

G.  Le  Worthy,  clk.-sten.,  12  m 

H.  G.  Mabee,  labourer,  June  1  to  Sept.  30  at  $960 

W.  Marsh,  watchman,  April  1  to  Jan.  31  at  $1,020  (less  4  d.) 

W.  R.  McClelland,  jr.  chemist,  Feb.  11  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,680 

J.  W.  McKinney,  chemist,  July  1  to  Oct.  31  at  $2,400 

F.  G.  Neate,  engineer,  gr.  2,  Aug.  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $2, 100 

H.  E.  Newland,  sr.  map  draftsman,  April  1  to  Oct.  31  at  $1,680. 

W.  A.  O'Brien,  labourer,  2,209  h.  at  45c 

N.  C.  Pelton,  clk.-sten.,  12  m 

M.  K.  Slack,  clk.-sten.,  Jan.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

D.  E.  Slinn,  elk. -typist,  May  25  to  July  31  at  $960 


Mines  Branch:  Publications — Division  des  mines:  Publications . 
Page  P— 15  ($8,608.30) 


Permanent  Employees— Employes  permanents  ($6,801 .20)— 

F.  F.  Dier,  chief  electrician,  12  m 

G.  E.  Faith,  electrician  helper,  2, 168  h.  at  50c 

A.  Gravelle,  carpenter,  176  h.  at  70c;  2,032  h.  at  75c 

L.  Lutes,  laboratory  assistant,  6  m.  at  $900,  6  m.  at  $960. .  . 

P.  M.  Osier,  elk.-bookkeeper,  12  m 

R.  Turner,  library  assistant,  4  m.  to  July  31  at  $1, 140 

Temporary  Employees— Employes  temporaires  ($1,807.10) — 
G.  C.  Monture,  editor,  grade  2,  Dec.  3  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,400 
M.  O'Shea,  elk. -bookkeeper,  12  m 


$       cts. 


1,422  50 

1,865  90 

988  20 

1,920  00 

63  00 

1,590  20 

1,418  60 

1,642  70 

1,756  80 

265  00 

1,427  40 

1,098  00 

1,020  00 

83  25 

1,620  00 

162  00 

1,320  00 

279  00 

2,340  00 

60  00 

1,560  00 

2,340  00 

1,080  00 

315  00 

1,416  00 

1,172  60 

1,080  00 

315  00 

375  00 

33  42 

1 , 320  00 

279  00 

970  97 

27  74 

220  39 

19  10 

94  84 

8  47 

389  68 

20  80 

973  80 

525  00 

15  00 

1,800  00 

416  21 

1,353  33 

320  00 

105  00 

1,200  00 

297  00 

320  00 

839  03 

126  37 

231  72 

800  00 

1,354  84 

980  00 

87  50 

994  05 

960  00 

83  25 

240  00 

14  06 

178  06 

15  43 

1,620  00 

162  00 

1,084  00 

1,647  20 

930  00 

70  14 

1,140  00 

72  00 

380  00 

105  00 

787  10 

19  68 

1,020  00 

315  00 

P— 8 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 

Mines:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Mines:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 

Salary 
Traitements 

Bonus 
Boni 

$     cts. 

Explosives  Division — Division  des  explosifs.    Page  P — .  ($1,050.00) 

Temporary  Employees— Employes  temporaires — 

A.  Beaupre,  jr.  elk.-typist,  Nov.  19  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

$       cts. 

220  00 
450  00 
380  00 

$       cts. 
34  65 

G.  L.  Elliott,  jr.  elk.-typist,  April  1  to  Dec.  31  at  $600 

70  87 

G.  Lacourciere,  jr.  elk.-typist,  April  1  to  Nov.  18  at  $600 

Total 

35  65 

27,142  87 

582,241  14 

20,662  79 

Charged  as  follows — 

Civil  Government  Salaries 476, 882  93 

Geological  Survey  Branch — 

Explorations,  Surveys  and  Investigations 12, 422  90 

Geological  Survey  Branch — 

Maintenance  of  Offices  and  Museum,  etc 18, 958  46 

Geological  Survey  Branch — 

Museum  Equipment 6,478  20 

Mines  Branch — Investigation  of  Mineral  Resources  or  Deposits 57,840  35 

Mines  Branch — Publications,  Purchase  of  Books,  etc 8, 608  30 

Explosives  Division 1, 050  00 

582,241  14 

Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 20, 662  79 

Total 602,903  93 


*Superannuation  Fund  No.  1.       J35  years'  service  completed.        Balance  Retirement  Fund. 

Mines  Department:  Civil  Government  Contingencies  $       cts. 

Ministere  des  Mines:  Depenses  contingentes  du  gouvernement  civil 

Travelling  expenses — Depenses  de  voyage — Hon.  Chas.  Stewart,  $250;  F.  J. 
Alcock,  $44.45;  R.  M.  Anderson,  $82.06;  W.  A.  Bell,  $66.73;  L.  L.  Bolton, 
$95.59;  J.  M.  Casey,  $38;  Dr.  C.  Camsell,  $2,823.38;  K.  G.  Chipman, 
$47.90;  G.  G.  Clarke,  $25;  W.  H.  Collins,  $150.66;  H.  V.  Ellsworth,  $66.73; 
R.  Harvie,  $43.20;  M.  E.  Hurst,  $42.90;  G.  S.  Hume,  $66.73;  W.  F.  James, 
$66.73;  H.  C.  Mabee,  $42.20;  B.  R.  MacKay,  $42.63;  W.  Malcolm,  $247.50; 
P.  R.  Marshall,  $312.48;  J.  J.  McGee,  $413.05;  J.  McLeish,  $547.80;  D.  A. 
Nichols,  $70.50;  W.  J.  F.  Pratt,  $114.40;  E.  Poitevin,  $39.05;  A.  H.  A.  Rob- 
inson, $44.70;  A.  Sadler,  $43.94;  L.  A.  Salt,  $35.85;  P.  H.  Selwyn,  $19.90; 
H.  I.  Smith,  $233.68;  A.  A.  Swinnerton,  $35.65;  T.  L.  Tanton,  $44.25; 
P.  A.  Taverner,  $48.69;  W.  M.  Vincent,  $22.35;  F.  G.  Wait,  $86.95;  F.  W. 
Waugh,   $2.20;    E.   J.    Whittaker,    $66.73 6,424  56 


Geological  Survey  Branch:  Explorations,  Surveys  and  Investigations 
Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:  Explorations,  levers  et  recherches 

General  Accounts — Comptes  generaux 


Services  at  Ottawa Page   P— 6       12,422  90 

Ford  Motor  Co.,  Ltd.:   runabouts,  2,  $927,  less  allowance  on  used  car,  $220, 

$707;  freight  on  car,  $184;  speedometers,  2,  $46;  sundries,  $18.50 955  50 

Grant-Holden-Graham  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  tents,  10,  $325.80;  eiderdown  robes,  8, 
$320;  floor  cloths,  17,  $168.95;  provision  bags,  139i  doz.,  $138.29;  repairs 
to  tents,  $91-35;  haversacks,  46,  $72  90;  tent  flies,  4,  $57.20;  blankets,  4 
pr.,   $48;    sundries,  $199.20 1,42169 


DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  EXPENDITURE  P— 9 

Geological  Survey  Branch:  Explorations,  Surveys  and  Investigations  $       cts. 

— Continued 

Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:  Explorations,  levers  et  recherches 

— Suite 

General  Accounts — Concluded — Comptes  generaux — Fin 

Peterborough    Canoe    Co.    Ltd.,    Peterborough:    canoes,    19,    $1,222.95;    motor, 

$173.90;   paddles,  32,  $56.60 ;   sundries,  $34.91 1,488  36 

Printing   and   Stationery   Department,   printing 1,393  37 

Stewart,  W.  A.,  Toronto,  rock  sections,  1,514 757  00 

Topley    Company,    Ottawa:    remodelled    alidade,    $151.70;    binoculars,    3,    $105; 

tripods,  5,  $105;  slide  rules,  7,  $54.20;  rod  levels,  12,  $50.40;  sundries,  $96.58  562  88 

Turner,  J.  J.  &  Sons,  Ltd.,  Peterborough:  floor  cloths,  33,  $250.43;  pack  sacks,  42, 

$163.44;  tents,  2,  $81.30;   camp  cots,  12,  $54.36;   sundries,  $118.26 667  79 

Woods  Manufacturing  Co.  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  tents,  56,  $1,54046;  tent  flies,  54, 
$649.58;  floor  cloths,  11,  $113.30;  pack  sacks,  28,  $108.51;  provision  bags, 
168,   $103.70;    ruck   sacks,   24,   $85.87;    sundries,   $209.82 2,81124 

Express,  $1,691.10;    freight,   $655.44 2,346  54 

Sundry  accounts:  automobile  supplies,  $1,028.49;  photographical  supplies, 
$562.54;  canoes,  9,  $554.50;  moving  picture  film,  $466.12;  camp  equipment, 
$462.38;  microscope  and  extra  parts,  $427.58;  electrical  supplies,  $350.04; 
geological  hammers,  456,  $343.20;  bicycles,  6,  $305;  records  of  Nootka 
songs,  102,  $300;  lumber,  $290;  first  aid  supplies,  $273.60;  cotton,  1,040|  yd., 
$190.63;  customs'  duty,  $178.23;  moving  picture  camera,  $162;  time 
switches,  4,  $160;  ammunition,  $151.08;  transits,  6,  $150;  camp  provisions, 
$145.86;  aneroid  barometers,  4,  $144;  tally  registers,  36,  $144;  fibre  cases,  12, 
$140.30;  altitude  meters,  3,  $120;  sepia  linen,  100  yd.,  $108.12;  crating  and 
shipping  furniture,  $101.87;  tracings  of  townships  and  blue  prints,  $100.25; 
chain  tapes,  4,  $87;  telegrams,  $282.93;  telephone  messages,  B.C.  Telephone 
Co.,  $136.75;   sundries,  $1,565.27 9,431  74 

Explorations  and  Investigations — Explorations  et  recherches 

Alcock,  F.  J.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Quebec,  May  31  to  Sept. 

24,  1923:   assistant,  $361.60;  wages,  $533.25;   expenses,  $1,051.44 1,946  29 

Anderson,  R.  M.,  expenses  of  a  biological  exploration  in  Quebec,  Aug.   15   to 

Oct.   17,    1923:   wages,  $132.75;    expenses,  $211.85 344  60 

Anrep,  A.,  expenses  of  investigation  of  peat  bogs  in  New  Brunswick,  June  15 

to  Oct.  21,  1923:  assistant,  $277.50;  wages,  $2,117.50;   expenses,  $949.89....         3,344  89 

Antevs,  E.,  personal  services,  June  1,  1923,  to  Mar.  31,  1924,  at  $2,100 1,750  00 

Bain,  G.  W.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Ontario,  May  17  to  Sept.  30, 

1923:  personal  services,  May  17  to  Sept.  30  at  $3.20  per  d.,  $438.40;  assist- 
ants, 2,  $207.50;   wages,  $147.50;    expenses,   $440.21 1,233  61 

Bancroft,  M.  F.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Windermere  area,  B.C., 

May   15  to  Oct.   15,   1923:   assistants,   2,  $721;    wages,  $1,111.33;    expenses, 

$2,193.25    ..........:.. 

Barbeau,  C.  M.,  expenses   of  ethnological   investigations  in   British  Columbia, 

May   2  to    Oct.    13,    1923:    wages,   $520.75;    expenses,   $1,087.05 

Bartlett,  R.,  expenses  of  a  topographical  survey  in  Quebec,  May  5  to  Dec.  15, 

1923:    assistants,  3,   $571;    wages,   $1,424;    expenses,   $1,191.31 

Bell,  W.  A.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Nova  Scotia,  May  5  to  Oct. 

16,   1923:    assistant,  $444.60;    wages,   $69;    expecses,  $1,126.01 

Cairnes,  C.  E.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  British  Columbia,  May 

14  to  Nov.  30,  1923:  assistants,  2,  $620.50;  wages,  $812;  expenses,  $1,359.30. 
Chipman,  K.  G.,  expenses   of  a  topographical  survey  in  Quebec,   May  21   to 

Nov.    1,    1923:    assistants,    2,    $570;    wages,    $954.25;    expenses,    $2,263.78; 

expenses    of   illness    contracted   while    on   field    duty,   $125 

.Cockfield,  W.  E.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Yukon  territory,  May  14 

to  Oct.  13,  1923:  assistants,  4,  $1,897.20;  wages,  $1,724;  expenses,  $4,192.99.. 
Cooke,  H.  C,  expenses  of  a  geological   exploration  in  Northern  Ontario   and 

Quebec,  May  21   to  Oct.  4,  1923:   wages,  $509.50;    expenses,  $492.11 

De  Lury,  J.  S.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Saskatchewan,  May  20 

to  Sept.  6,  1923:  personal  services,  4%o  m.  at  $175,  $711.67;   assistants,  2, 

$612.50;   wages,  $382;    expenses,  $856.36 2,562  53 


4,025  58 

1,607  80 

3,186  31 

1,639  61 

2,791  80 

3,913  03 

7,814  19 

1,001  61 

P— 10  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Geological  Survey  Branch:  Explorations,  Surveys  and  Investigations  $       cts. 

— Continued 
Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:   Explorations,  levers  et  recherches 

— Suite 

Explorations   and  Investigations — Con. — Explorations   et  recherches — Suite 

Dolmage,  V.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  British  Columbia,  April 

30  to  Dec.  31,  1923:  assistants,  3,  $916.45;  wages,  $427;  expenses,  $1,769.69: 

expenses    of    moving    family    from    Ottawa    to    Vancouver    in    May    1923,, 

$170.14 

Dowling,  D.  B.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Alberta,  June  7  to  Sept. 

7,  1923:  wages,  $450;  expenses,  $1,521.88 

Dyer,  W.  S.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  New  Brunswick,  May  17  to 

Oct.  12,  1923:  personal  services,  May  26  to  Sept.  25  at  $3.55  per  d.,  $436.65; 

assistant,   $603 ;    expenses,   $777.89 

Ellsworth,  E.  V.,  expenses   of  a  geological  exploration  in  Ontario  and  Quebec, 

'July  23,  1923  to  Jan.  12,  1924:  wages,  $159.75;  expenses,  $782.31 

Emmons,  R.  C,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Bruce  Mine  area,  Ont., 

June  5  to  Sept.  22,  1923:  personal  services,  June  5  to  Sept.  22  at  $3.90  per 

d.,  $429;  assistant,  $267.50;  wages,  $315;  expenses,  $615.67;  report  on  explora- 
tion, $85.80 

Faribault,  E.  R.,  expenses  of  a  geological  survey  in   Nova  Scotia,  June   14  to 

Oct.   2,   1923:    assistants,  3,  $981.80;    wages,  $25.50;    expenses,   $1,222.57.... 
Freeland,  E.  E.,  expenses  of  a  topographical  survey  in  Ontario,  May  14  to  Oct. 

30,    1923:    assistant,  $654.50;    wages7   $1,681 ;    expenses,   $2,435.31 

Hanson,  G.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  British  Columbia,  May   14 

to  Dec.  5,  1923:  assistants,  2,  $789.75;  wages,  $787.50;  expenses,  $2,115.02.. 
Harvie,    R.,    expenses    of    a    geological    exploration    in    Temiskaming    county, 

Que.,  June  19  to  Sept.  6,  1923:   assistants,  3,  $748.50;  expenses,  $847.17 

Haultain,  A.  G.,  expenses  of  a  topographical  survey  in  Nova  Scotia  and  New 

Brunswick.  April  28  to  Nov.  20,  1923:  assistants,' 3.  $885.55;  wages,  $1,642.50; 

expenses,  $2,288.08. . .; 

Hume,  G.  S.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Mackenzie  river  district, 

N.W.T.,  April  17  to  Sept.  25,  1923:   assistants,  2.  $694.40;  wages,  $1,580.50; 

expenses,  $2,900.10 

Hurst,   M.    E.,   expenses    of   a   geological    exploration     in     Nova    Scotia,    New 

Brunswick,  and  Ontario,  May  21  to  Sept.  24,  1923:  wages,  $14.50;  expenses, 

$718.23  

James,  W.  F.,  expenses  of  a  geological  survey  in  Quebec,  May  18  to  Oct.  31, 

1923:    assistants,   2,   $650.70;    wages,   $617.59;    expenses,    $1,341.70 

Expenses    in    connection    with    the    burial    of    E.    P.    Dolan    and    T.    B. 

Lawlor,    who    were    drowned    while    on    official    duty 

Jenness,    D.,    expenses    of    an    ethnological    investigation    in    British    Columbia, 

Oct.  3,    1923   to    Mar.   31,    1924:    wages,   $473.90;    expenses,   $1,309.48 

Johnston,  W.  A.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  British  Columbia,  June 

15  to  Oct.  9,  1923:   assistants,  2,  $518.95;   wage?,  $255;   expenses,  $1,619.96. 
Kerr,  F.  A.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration   in  Quebec,  June  5  to   Nov. 

28,    1923:    personal   services,  June   9   to   Nov.   28   at   $3.20    per   d.,   $553.60; 

assistants,  2,  $424.50 ;   expenses,  $642.53 

Kindle,  E.  M.,  expenses  of  a  palaeontological  exploration  in  British  Columbia 

and  James  Bay  district,  Ontario,  June  30  to  Oct.  15,  v1923:   Wages,!  $422; 

expenses,   $1,125 

McDonald,   R.   C,   expenses  of  a   topographical   survey   in  northern   Manitoba, 

May   18  to   Nov.  6,   1923:    assistants,  2,  $617.50; 'wages,  $1,332;    expenses, 

$1,558.29 :••••/•    ••;•••.••••. .• : 

Mcllwraith,  T.  F.,  expenses  of  an  ethnological  investigation  in  British  Colum- 
bia, Sept.  10,  1923  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  personal  services,  Sept.  10  to  Mar.  9, 

6  m.  at  $140  per  m.,  $840;  wages,  $244.50;  expenses,  $564.85 

McKinnon,  A.  T.,  expenses  collecting  specimens  for  school   collection,  July  5 

to  Sept.  13,  1923 :  wages,  $250.25 ;  expenses,  $732.71 

McLean,  S.  C,  expenses  of  a  topographical  survey  in  Ontario  and  Nova  Scotia, 

June  8  to  Nov.  19,  1923:  assistant,  $67.50;  wages,  $766;  expenses,  $2,034.99. 
Malte,  M.  O.,  expenses  of  natural  history  investigations  in  the  vicinity  of  Ottawa, 

April  16  to  Nov.  15,  1923:   assistant,  $308;   expenses,  $460.95 

Marshall,  J.  R.,  expenses  of   a  geological   exploration  in   Alberta   and   British 

Columbia,  May  8)  to  Oct.   11,   1923:    assistants,  3,  $755.15;    wages,  $1,023; 

expenses,  $1,622.91 3,401  06 


3,283  28 

1,971  88 

1,817  54 

942  06 

1,712  97 

2,229  87 

4,770  81 

3,692  27 

1,595  67 

4,816  13 

5,175  00 

732  73 

2,609  99 

547  15 

1,783  3$ 

2,393  91 

1,620  63 

1,547  00 

3,507  79 

1,649  35 

982  96 

2,868  49 

768  95 

DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  EXPENDITURE  P— 11 

Geological  Survey  Branch:  Explorations,  Surveys  and  Investigations  $       cts. 

— Concluded 

Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:   Explorations,  levers  et  recherches 

—Fin 

Explorations   and  Investigations — Con. — Explorations   et   recherches — Fin 

Mawdsley,  J.  B..r  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Quebec,  May  24  to 
Nov.  9,  1923:  personal  services,  May  24  to  Nov.  9  at  $3.20  per  d.,  $544; 
assistant,  $267.50;  wages,  $232.75;  expenses,  $639.34. 1,683  59 

Miller,  W.  H.,  expenses  of  a  topographical  survey  in  British  Columbia,  May  12 

to  Sept.  28,  1923:   assistants,  2,  $699.50;  wages,  $1,536;   expenses,  $2,266.55.         4,502  05 

Quirke,  T.  T.,  expenses  of  a  geological  survey  in  Ontario,  June  9  to  Sept.  12, 
1923:  personal  services,  June  9  to  Sept.  12  at  $215  per  m.,  $673.66;  assistants, 
3,  $721.50;  wages,  $279;  expenses  $587.30;  report  and  map  on  exploration, 
$360.83 2,622  29 

Rochon,  J.,  expenses  collecting  natural  history  specimens  in  Quebec,  Aug.  29  to 

Oct.  19,  1923 :  wages,  $125.25 ;  expenses,  $438.60 563  85 

Sapir,  E.,  expenses  of  an  archaeological  investigation  in  Camp  Red  Cloud,  Pa., 
May  28  to  Sept.  2,  1923:  wages,  $212.75;  expenses,  $505.01;  cost  of  manuscript 
giving  the  history  of  the  Coppers,  $291.77;  expenses  in  connection  with  an 
accident  sustained  while  on  field  duty,  $104.64 1,114  17 

Sheppard,  A.  C.  T.,  expenses  of  a  topographical  survey  in  British  Columbia, 
May  21  to  Oct.  16,  1923:  assistants,  2,  $337.50;  wages,  $1,633.75;  expenses, 
$3,126.37    5,097  62 

Smith,  H.  I.,  expenses  of  archaeological  investigations  in  Bella  Coola  district, 

B.C.,  May  15  to  Oct.  29,  1923:  wages,  $87;  expenses,  $789.03 876  03 

Soper,  J.  D.,  expenses,  of  a  biological   exploration  in    the   Arctic   regions,  June 

24  to  Nov.  23,  1923:  personal  services,  5  m.  at  $105,  $525;  expenses,  $682.38.         1,207  38 

Sternberg,  C.  M.,  expenses  of  a  palaeontological  investigation  in  Alberta,  May 

23  to  Nov.  5,  1923 :  wages,  $946 ;  expenses,  $1,514.29 2,460  29 

Tanton,  T.  L.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  northern  Ontario,  May 

29  to  Oct.  15,  1923:  assistants,  2,  $575;  wages,  $347.75;  expenses,  $1,076.36.         1,999  11 

Thomson,  E.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Ontario,  May  7  to  Sept. 
7,  1923:  personal  services,  22%o  rn.  at  $175  per  m.,  $519.17;  assistants,  2, 
$532.40;  wages,  $135;   expenses,  $549.50 1,736  07 

Warren,  P.  S.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Alberta,  May  21  to  Oct. 
24,  1923:  personal  services,  May  25  to  Sept.  24  at  $2.85  per  d.,  $350.55; 
assistant,  $307.50;  wages,  $272.50;  expenses,  $565.40 1,495  95 

Whittaker,  E.  J.,  expenses  of  a  geological  survey  in  southern  Alberta,  May  21 

to  Oct.  16,  1923:   assistants,  2,  $711.30;  wages,  $332.50;   expenses,  $1,793.60.         2,837  40 

Williams,  M.  Y.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  southern  Alberta,  May 
29  to  Sept.  21,  1923:  personal  services,  June  9  to  Sept.  23  at  $300  per  m., 
$1,050;  assistants,  2,  $515;  wages,  $374.50;  expenses,  $1,306.03;  report  and 
illustrations  of  exploration,  $267.10.  Report  on  exploration  in  1921-22, 
$376.40 . 3,889  03 

Williams,  T.  B.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  British  Columbia,  May 
10  to  Dec.  5,  1923:  personal  services,  May  20  to  Oct.  10  at  $3.20  per  d.,  (less 
9   d.),  $432;    assistant,  $252.50;    wages,  $322.25;    expenses,   $1,285.17 2,291  92 

Wilson,  M.  E.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Ontario,  May  19,   1923, 

to    Mar.   8,    1924:    assistants,   2,   $768;    wages,    $483;    expenses,    $937.49 2,188  49 

Wright,  J.  F.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  Manitoba,  May  7,  1923, 

to  Jan.  7,  1924:   assistants,  2,  $849.35;  wages,  $924;   expenses,  $1,664.57 3,437  92 

Young,  C.  H.,  expenses  of  a  biological  investigation  in  Alberta,  May  1  to  Oct. 
10,  1923,  $546.53;  expenses  in  connection  with  an  accident  sustained  while 
on  duty,  $98 644  53 

Young,  G.  A.,  expenses  of  a  geological  exploration  in  British  Columbia,  May 
29  to  Oct,  8,  1923:  assistants,  4,  $1,252.80;  wages,  $594;  charter  of  launch, 
79  d.  at  $40,  $3,160;  expenses,  $2,629.80 7,636  60 

Sundry  investigations  and  surveys:  W.  H.  Bovd,  $253.96;  W.  H.  Collins,  $420.80; 
H.  C.  Cooke,  $32.80;  J.  D.  Dart,  $438.06;  V.  Dolmage,  $28.60;  C.  W.  Gilmore, 
$170.36;  G.  Hanson,  $23.85;  D.  A.  Nichols,  $25;  W.  S.  Odell,  $162.10;  C.  L. 
Patch,  $17.90;  S.  J.  Schofield,  $25.10;  W.  L.  Uglow,  $146;  W.  J.  Wintemberg, 
$449.11 2,193  64 

Total 178,319  66 


18,958  46 

674  70 

544  00 
843  76 

504  31 

18,851  13 

P— 12  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Geological  Survey  Branch:  Maintenance  of  Offices  and  Museum,  etc.  $      cts. 

Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:  Entretien  des  bureaux  et  du  musee, 

Services  at  Ottawa Page  P — 6 

Canadian  Kodak  Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto:  plates,  241  doz.,  $225.27;  velox,  32i|  gross, 
$215.68;   autographic  kodak  special,  $58.14;   sundries,  $175.61 

Ottawa  Plumbing,  Heating  and  Sheet  Metal,  covering  wooden  frames  with 
galvanized  iron,  32    

Ottawa   Post   Office,  postage 

Photographic  Stores,  Ltd.,  Ottawa:  moving  picture  camera,  $150;  moving 
picture  film,  $146.40;  cyko  paper,  10  gross,  $90;  hypo  pea  crystals,  7  kegs, 
$45.50;    sundries,    $72.41 

Printing  and  Stationery  Department:  printing,  $4,926.24;  stationery,  $13,790.29; 
parliamentary   publications,   $134.60    

Sundry  accounts:  lumber,  $685.34;  fascicles  of  Salices  Scandinaviae  Exsiccatae, 
3,  $490;  pocket  transits,  12,  $360;  illustrations  for  Birds  of  Western  Canada, 
20,  $280;  galvanized  iron  sheets,  200,  $277;  chemicals,  $260.71;  uniforms  and 
trousers  for  messengers,  4,  $188;  van  dyke  linen,  180  yd.,  $183.60;  car 
tickets,  $175;  traverse  plane  table  boards  with  compasses  and  tripods,  6, 
$159;  covering  wooden  frames  with  galvanized  iron,  10,  $138.50;  wallboard, 
2,672  ft.,  $133.60;  moving  picture  film,  $129.01;  customs  duty  and  customs 
broker's  fees,  $119.10;  repairing  and  adjusting  transits,  2,  $116.50;  fixing 
windows  and  doors,  $115;  defender  paper,  22  gross,  $109.85,  automatic 
water  still,  $96.80;  expenses  of  operating  lantern  at  public  lectures,  $95; 
half  the  cost  of  insertion  of  article  re  history  and  work  of  the  department 
in  the  Historical  Supplement  of  the  Canadian  Review,  $87.50;  extension 
tripods,  2,  $82.50;  alidades,  6,  $82.50;  galvanized  iron  wash  tanks,  3,  $82.50; 
plate  glass,  $74.36;  membership  fees,  $432;  advertising,  $306.86;  cartage, 
$370;  freight  and  express,  $110.76;  washing  towels;  $180;  sundries,  $1,741.46. .         7,662  45 

48,038  81 
Less — Payments  made  to  the  Mines  Department  as  follows: — For  lantern  slides, 
371,    $148.40;    mounted    photographs,    102,    $101;    enlargements    and    photo 
prints,  $39.14;  express  and  postage  on  minerals,  $6.39;  coal  speciments,  75c.  295  68 

Total 47,743  13 


Geological  Survey  Branch:  Publication  of  Reports,  Maps,  etc. 
Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:  Publication  de  rapports,  cartes,  etc. 

Brooks,  A.,  Berkeley,  Cal.,  illustrations  for  Birds  of  Western  Canada,  51 714  00 

Printing  and  Stationery  Department:  printing,  $33,987.80;  salaries  of  engravers, 

4,  at  $210  each  per  m.,  $10,080 44,067  80 

Sundries    6  80 


Total    44,788  60 


Geological  Survey  Branch:  Purchase  of  Specimens 
Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:   Achat  de   specimens 

Freight    and    express 1,125  55 

Specimens  purchased  by  the  following:   C.   M.  Barbeau,  $601.50;   G.   Hanson, 

$18.64;  D.  Jenness,  $26.50;  T.  F.  Mcllwraith,  $70;  E.  Sapir,  $149.50;  H.  I. 

Smith,   $319.80;    J.   D.   Soper,   $49,10 1,235  04 

Sundry    specimens:    whooping    crane,    $80;    Narwhal    horn,    $50;    skeletons    of 

animals,    $30;    sundries,   $100.52 260  52 

Total 2,621  11 


Geological  Survey   Branch:    Museum   Equipment 
Division  de  la  Commission  geologique:  Equipement  du  musee 

Services  at  Ottawa Page  P— 6        6,478  20 

Sundry  accounts:  lumber,  $566.21;  plate  glass,  $408.66;  sundries,  $62.07 1,036  94 

Total 7,515  14 


DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  EXPENDITURE  P— 13 

Mines  Branch:  Investigation  of  Mineral  Resources  or  Deposits  $       cts. 

Division  des  Mines:  Recherches  sur  les  ressources  minieres  ou  les  depots 

miniers 

General  Accounts — Comptes  generaux 

Services  at  Otawa Page  P— 6       57,840  35 

Campbell  Motor  Sales,  Ottawa:   Ford  touring  cars,  2,  $954,  less  allowance   on 

used  cars,  $325,  $629;   axle,  $69.50;   freight,  $68;   sundries,  $27.01 793  51 

Canadian   Fairbanks^Morse  Co.,   Ltd.,   Montreal:     hob    screws    with    hob    for 

chasing  nut,  $237.60;  motor,  $152.10;  chucks,  2,  $53.25,  sundries,  $139.70 582  65 

Canadian  Hanson  &  Van  Winkle  Co.,  Ltd.,  generator 625  00 

Central  Scientific  Co.,  Chicago:  electric  furnace,  $210;  transformer  and  switch 
panel,    $195;    electro-titration    apparatus,    $150;    distilling    apparatus,    $65; 

sundries,  $216.51    836  51 

Collector  of  Customs,  Ottawa:   duty  and  sales  tax,  $610.10;   license  fee,  $20..  630  10 

Gay,  Rubert  M.,  Inc.,  New  York,  separator 600  00 

General    Engineering    Co.,    Inc.,    Salt    Lake    City:    laboratory    notation    plant, 

$1,485;  laboratory  jig,  $257 ;  freight,  $13.20 1,755  20 

Middleton,  Robert  &  Co.,  Leeds,  England:  experimental  briquette  machine, 
$1,334.78;   kneading  and   mixing   machine,   $529.50;    freight,   insurance,   etc., 

$91.60    1,955  88 

Motor  Sales  Ltd.,  Calgary,  Alta.:  truck,  $1,390;   sundries,  $30.35 1,420  35 

Printing  and  Stationery  Department:   printing,  $1,046.51;   stationery,  $1,038.78; 

parliamentary   publications,   $29.45    2,114  74 

Raymond  Bros.,  Impact  Pulverizer  Co.,  Chicago ;   pulverizer 750  00 

Soldiers'  Civil  Re-establishment  Department:  expenses  incurred  in  the  ship- 
ment of  surplus  equipment   from   Montreal   to   Ottawa,  $1,040.19;    lumber, 

$72.85;  packing,  $61.75;   trucking,  $56;   sundries,  $33.06 1,263  85 

Topley  Company,  Ottawa:  auto  kodaks  special,  4,  $278.63;  rotary  air  pumps, 
2,  $109;  bottles,  $75.79;  beakers,  120,  $51.56;   gas  apparatus,  $46;   sundries, 

$493.51    1,054  49 

Toronto  Pottery  Co.  Ltd.,  Toronto:  200  gal.  jars,  2,  $240;  suction  niters,  3.  $147; 
storage   jars,   3,   $138;    straightway    cocks,    16,   $116.10;    stirrers,   3,   $55.50; 

sundries,  $99.30   795  90 

Freight,  $2,567.14;  express,  $1,296.86   3,864  00 

Sundry  accounts:  automobile  supplies,  $826.47;  electrical  supplies,  $679 .53; 
laboratory  apparatus,  $678.64;  lumber,  $603.62;  camp  equipment,  $528.93; 
pulleys,  castings,  etc.,  $460.54;  testing  coal,  $435.48;  magnetic  tube  tester, 
$425;  motors,  4,  $377.50;  coal,  55£  lb.,  $354.60;  transit,  $340;  swing  sledge 
mill,  $335;  concentrates,  $333.91;  making  fan  connectors,  etc.,  $285.87; 
motor  frames,  4,  $283.40;  gasoline,  1,000  gal.,  $262.50;  pump  belt,  $260; 
fans,  2,  $230;  ore  dressing  microscope,  $166.50';  potentiometer  indicator, 
$155;  moving  picture  camera,  $150;  asbestos  wood,  176  sq.  ft.,  $141.04;  brass 
screen  scale  sieves,  52,  $135.43;  thermocouples,  8,  $133.60;  drill  rods  with 
couplings,  50  ft.,  $132.50;  designing  of  and  preparing  drawings  for  peat 
excavating  plant,  $124.20;  rent  of  C.P.R.  siding  at  Alfred,  Ont.,  for  year 
ending  Aug.  31,  1924,  $124.10;  rubber  belting,  140  ft.,  $122.27;  chromel 
wire,  28.9  lb.,  $120.88;  subway  flooring,  $116.21;  black  pipe,  $112.78;  tele- 
phone messages,  Bell  Telephone  Co.,  $141.50;  telegrams,  $396.96;  sundries, 
$4,578.32    14,552  28 

Expenses  of  Investigations — Frais  des  recherches 

Buisson,  A.,  expenses  in  connection  with   Canadian  Exposition   and   economic 

investigations  in  France  and  Belgium,  July  5  to  Nov.  27,   1923... 1,800  35 

Cole,  L.  H.,  expenses  of  investigation  of  alkali  deposits  in  western  Canada,  May 
22  to  Oct.  16,  1923:  wages,  $1,064;  expenses,  $2,133.01;  attending  con- 
ventions in  New  York  and  Cleveland  in  April  and  May,  $145.37,  trip  to 
Toronto,  Mar.  4  to  8,  1924,  $54.05 3,396  43 

Combe,  F.  A.,  expenses  of  trips  to  New  York  and  other  cities  in  U.S.A.  in  con- 
nection with  Dominion  Fuel  Board,  July  6,  1923,  to  Mar.  29,  1924:  expenses, 
$957.96 ;  fee  for  report,  $4,000 4,957  96 

Eardley-Wilmot,  V.  L.,  investigation  of  abrasives  in  eastern  and  western  Can- 
ada, May  30,  1923,  to  Mar.   15,   1924:   wages,  $259.50;   expenses,  $1,794.14.         2,053  64 

Ells,  S.  C,  investigation  of  bituminous  sands  of  Alberta,  April  11  to  Dec.  27, 

1923 :  explorer,  $797.41 ;  wages,  $2,228.68;  expenses,  $3,201.83 6,227  92 


P— 14  .  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Mines  Branch:  Investigation  of  Mineral  Resources  or  Deposits-r-Concluded  $       ots. 

Division  des  Mines:  Recherches  sur  les  ressources  minieres  ou  les  depots 

miniers — Fin 

Expenses  of  Investigations — Con. — Frais  des  recherches — Fin 

Elworthy,  R.  T.,  expenses  of  investigation  of  hot  springs  in  B.C.  and  natural 
gas  in  Alberta,  July  20  to  Nov.  27,  1923,  $1,625.59,  trips  to  Toronto  in 
May,  1923,  and  Mar.,  1924,  $106.78 1,732  37 

Frechette,  H.,  investigation  of  clay  industry  in  Canada  and  U.S.A.,  July  14,  1923, 

to  Feb.  16,  1924 1,111  84 

Gauthier,  H.,  investigation   of  road  materials   in  Ontario  and  Quebec,  Oct.  6 

to  16,  1923:  assistants,  $451.50;  expenses,  $1,418.66 1,870  16 

Gilmore,  R.  E.,  expenses  of  fuel  investigations  in  eastern  and  western  Canada, 

July,   1923,   to   Feb.,   1924 694  30 

Goudge,  M.  F.,  investigation  of  alkali  deposits  in  western  Canada,  June  11  to 
Nov.  30,  1923,  and  Feb.  10  to  Mar.  29,  1924:  wages,  $2,544.20;  expenses, 
$2,299.34 4,843  54 

Haanel,  B.  F.,  expenses  of  fuel  investigations  in  Canada  and  U.S.A.,  April   1, 

1923,  to  Mir.  9,  1924 1,915  53 

Hotchkiss,  C.  P.,  expenses   of  fuel   investigations  in  Ontario   and  the   eastern 

provinces,  May  30,  1923,  to  Mar.  9,  1924 1,656  09 

Landt,  J.  L.,  expenses  in  Ontario,  Quebec,  and  New  York,  in  connection  with 
Dominion  Fuel  Board,  May  26,  1923,  to  Mar.  31,  1924:  personal  services, 
May  26  to  Mar.  31   at  $600  per  m.,  $6,116.13;   expenses,  $4,371.11 10,487  24 

Leverin,  H.  A.,  investigation  of  alkali  deposits  in  western  Canada,  May  28  to 
Nov.  10,  1923:  wages,  $1,895.75;  expenses,  $3,269.39,  attending  meeting  in 
Toronto,  Mar.  4  to  8,  1924,  $47.75 5,212  89 

McLeish,  J.,  expenses  of  fuel  investigations  in  the  eastern  provinces  and  Buffalo 
and  Chicago,  May  30,  1923,  to  Feb.  6,  1924,  $480.04,  attending  meeting  in 
Toronto,  Mar.  4  to  9,  1924,  $56.90 ,  536  94 

Moore,  E.  V.,  expenses  of  peat  fuel  investigations  by  governments  of  Canada 
and  Ontario,  April  1  to  Aug.  8.  1923:  personal  services,  April  1  to  May  16  at 
$500  per  m.,  $758.06;  stenographer,  1  m.,  $70;  wages,  $225.80;  report,  $117.05; 
expenses,  $387.71 1,558  62 

Picher,    R.    H.,    investigation    of    road    materials    in    Nova    Scotia    and    New 

Brunswick,  June  22  to  Oct.  25,  1923:   wages,  $242.50;   expenses,  $1,278.23..  1,520  73 

Robinson,  A.  H.  A.,  expenses  of  a  trip  to  Vancouver  in  connection  with  investiga- 
tions  of  silver,  lead,  zinc,  etc.,  Aug.  25  to   Oct.   16,    1923 558  02 

Spence,  H.  S.,  investigation  of  non-metallic  minerals  in  U.S.A.,  Aug.  29  to  Oct. 
29,  1923,  $1,011.55,  attending  meeting  in  Atlantic  City,  Feb.  3  to  16,  1924, 
$244.10 1,255  65 

Timm,  W.  B.,  expenses  of  ore  dressing  and  metallurgical  investigations  in 
Canada  and  New  York  state,  July  30  to  Nov.  15,  1923,  $1,129.22,  attending 
meeting  at  Toronto,  Mar.  3  to  8,  1924,  $45 1,174  22 

Wilson,  A.  W.  G.,  investigation  of  mineral  resources  in  Canada  and  U.S.A., 
July  9  to  Nov.  9,  1923:  wages,  $8;  expenses,  $1,337.71,  attending  convention 
in  New  York,  April  7  to  14,  1923,  $81.88,  attending  meeting  in  Toronto, 
May  28  to  30,  1923,  $38.50 1,466  09 

Sundry  investigations:  C.  Camsell,  $44.10;  R.  K.  Carnochan,  $76.25;  D.  R. 
Cameron,  $21.05;  A.  A.  Cole,  $20;  L.  P.  Collin,  $205.11;  D.  B.  Dowling, 
$32.05;  F.  S.  Keith,  $20.95;  H.  Kohl,  $88.40;  F.  E.  Lucas,  $18.50;  E.  S. 
Malloch,  $120.65;  E.  S.  Moore,  $21.90;  T.  S.  Morrisey,  $16.20;  J.  H.  H. 
Nicolls,  $289.61;  C.  S.  Parsons,  $301.33;  M.  J.  Patton,  $49.43;  P.  V.  Rose- 
warne,  $290.35;  A.  A.  Swinnerton,  $259.97;  A.  J  Tonge,  $25;  R.  J.  Traill, 
$162.82 2,063  67 

149,529  01 

Less — payments  made  to  the  Mines  Department  as  follows:  in  connection  with 
special  investigations  of  peat,  Government  of  Ontario,  $285;  sale  of  ore 
concentrates,  8,047.75  lb.,  $402.39;  testing  rock  samples,  $45;  testing  oil 
samples,  $40 772  39 

Total 148,756  62 


DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  EXPENDITURE  P— 15 

Mines  Branch:   Publications,  Purchase  of   Books,   etc.  $       cts. 

Division  des  Mines:   Publications,  achats  de  livres 

Services  at  Ottawa (Page  P— 7)         8,608  30 

Printing  and  Stationery  Department:  printing,  $17,857.97;   stationery,  $4,904.36; 

parliamentary    publications,    $51.05 22,813  38 

Walker,   H.  &  Sons,   Metal   Products,  Ltd.,   Walkerville,   Ont.:    furnace,   $640; 

chromel   wire,    1,293   lb.,   $56.36;    sundries,   80c 697  16 

Sundry  accounts:  laboratory  apparatus,  $521.85;  chemicals,  $256.02;  gas  testing 
apparatus,  $250;  electrical  supplies,  $211.61;  photographical  supplies,  $189.15; 
car  tickets,  $136;  pyridine,  50  lb.,  $110;  lumber,  $102.98;  half  the  cost  of 
insertion  of  article  re  history  and  work  of  the  department  in  the  Historical 
Supplement  to  the  Canadian  Review,  $87.50;  camp  equipment,  $83.45;  post- 
age, $269.52;  advertising  $301.60;  membership  fees,  $397.96;  telegrams, 
$101.25;  cartage,  $72.55;  freight  and  express,  $378.06;  washing  towels,  $120; 
sundries,  $1,101.74. . 4,691  24 


36,810  08 
Less — payments  made  to  the  Mines  Department  for  assays  and  analyses 100  30 


Total 36,709  78 


Mines  Branch:   Transportation  Charges  on   Ore   Shipments 
Division  des  Mines:  Frais  de  transport  sur  les  envois  de  minerals 

Freight 53  67 


Explosives  Division:  Organization  and  Equipment 
Division  des  explosifs:  Organisation  et  equipement 

General  Accounts — Comptes  generaux 

Services  at  Ottawa (Page  P— 8)  1,050  00 

Legal  fees:  H.  A.  Arundel,  Stonewall,  Man.,  $41.34;  J.  M.  Kearns,  Guelph,  Ont., 
$10;  C.  Killam,  Vancouver,  B.C.,  $40.42;  Killam  and  Beck,  Vancouver,  B.C., 
$73.65;  J.  I.  Morkin,  Winnipeg,  Man.,  $20;  Morkin  and  Annis,  Winnipeg, 
Man.,    $10.08 195  49 

Printing  and  Stationery  Department:    printing,  $1,003.10;   stationery,  $200.75..  1,203  85 

Sundry  accounts:  touring  car,  $526,  less  allowance  on  used  car,  $425,  $101;  tele- 
grams, $134.38;  sundries,  $156.23 391  61 

Travelling   Expenses — Depenses   de   voyages 

Hudson,  J.  G.  S.,  expenses  of  inspecting  explosives  magazines  in  Ontario  during 

1923-24 . ._ 904  98 

Leach,  F.  E.,  expenses  of  inspecting  explosives  magazines  in  western  Canada 

_  and  U.S.A.,  during  1923-24 ;  wages,  $8.50 ;   expenses,  $2,731.42 2,739  92 

Ogilvie,  G.,  expenses  of  inspecting  explosives  magazines  through  Canada,  during 

1923-24 1,294  39 

Sundry  expenses:  M.  C.  Fletcher,  $35.80;  Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police,  $65.34.  101  14 


Total 7,88138 

Assay  Office,  Vancouver — Bureau  de  l'essai,  Vancouver 

Salaries  of  Staff — Traitements  du  personnel 
Permanent  Employees:  R.  Allison,  melter,  12  m.,  $1,320;  J.  B.  Farquhar,  chief 
assayer,  12  m.,  $2,580;  G.  N.  Ford,  prin.  elk.,  12  m.,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60;  A. 
Kaye,  assayer,  12  m.,  $2,040,  bonus,  $60;  G.  Middleton,  manager,  Assay 
Office,  12  m.,  $3,300;  F.  R.  Mulford,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,440,  (less  May  1  to 
June  16),  $1,256,  bonus,  $227.65;  E.  A.  Pritchett,  caretaker,  12  m.,  $1,080, 
bonus,  $72;  D.  Robinson,  chief  melter,  12  m.,  $1,680,  bonus,  $150;  V.  R. 
Thirkell,  assayer,  6  m.  at  $1,620,  6  m.  at  $1,740,  $1,680,  bonus,  $156;  H.  E. 

Warburton,  sr.  elk.,  12  m,  $1,440,  bonus,  $145.73 19,287  38 

Temporary  Employee,  W.  Miller,  sr.  elk.,  June  7  to  21  at  $1,800  (less  \  d.),  June 

22  to  Sept.  30  at  $1,320 435  50 

Accounts — Comptes 

B.C.  Assay  &  Chemical  Supply  Co.,  Ltd.,  Vancouver:  graphite  crucibles,  116, 
$340.80;  nitric  acid,  336  lb.,  $148;  bone  ash,  675  lb.,  $91.10;  powdered  borax, 
700  lb.,  $70;  asbestos  mitts,  11  pr.,  $64;  hydrochloric  acid,  138  lb.,  $47.25; 
sodium  nitrate,  700  lb  ,  $42;  sundries,  $259.20 1,062  35 


P— 16  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Assay  Office,  Vancouver — Concluded — Bureau  de  l'essai,  Vancouver — Fin  $      cts. 

Accounts — Concluded — Comptes — Fin 

Vancouver  Gas  Co.,  Ltd.,  gas  supplied 934  47 

Sundry  accounts:  insurance  premium  on  employees,  $462.50;  printing  and 
stationery,  $386.50;  burglar  alarm  service,  $360;  furnace  parts  and  repairs, 
$328.28;  electric  power  service,  $306.96;  telephone  exchange  service,  $144.35; 
melting  platinum,  22  lots,  $110;  postage  stamps,  $100;  freight  and  express, 
$194.59;  sundries,  $394.70 2,787  88 

Travelling  Expenses — Depenses  de  voyages 

Middleton,  G.,  expenses  from  Vancouver  to  Ottawa  to  confer  with  Mines  Branch, 
Feb.  21  to  Mar.  4,  1924,  and  expenses  attending  convention  in  Toronto, 

Mar.  5  to  8,  1924 377  05 

24,884  63 

Less — Deductions  as  below 2,670  72 

Total   22.213  91 

Deductions — Deductions 

Profit  on  gold  transactions 1,496  90 

Sale  of  gold 922  32 

Refining  and  melting  platinum,  $240;  assays,  $8;  recovering  silver  from  residue, 

$3.50 251  50 

Total  2,670  72 

Charged  as  follows — 

Assay  Office,  Vancouver 21,342  53 

Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 871  38 

Total 22,213  91 


Grant  to  Imperial  Mineral  Resources  Bureau 
Allocation  au  Bureau  imperial  des  ressources  minerales 

Amount  voted 7,300  00 


Gratuities — Gratifications 

Gratuities  equivalent  to  two  months'  salary  of  the  following  deceased  employees: 

J.  Keele,  $630;   W.  Marsh,  $170;   R.  Turner,  $190 990  00 


Provisional  Bonus  Allowance — Gratification  de  boni 

Bonuses  paid  to  employees   of  the   department — For  details   see   pages   P — 8, 

$20,662.79;  P— 16,  $871.38 21,534  17 


REVENUE 
Mines  Branch :  Casual  Revenue — Division  des  Mines :  Revenu  casuel  $       cts. 

Amount  received  from  the  Lignite  Utilization  Board  on  account  of  Manitoba's 

withdrawal    of    its    support    to    the    Board 31,250  00 

Permits  and  licenses  issued  by  the  Explosives  Division 1,482  25 

Sale  of  publications 1,425  41 

Amount  received  from  Government  of  Ontario  on  account  expenditure  incurred 

by  Mines  Department  in   1922  and   1923  for  peat   fuel  investigations 1,010  40 

Sale  of  school  collections,  23,  $249;  refund  of  sales  tax  paid  by  Mines  Depart- 
ment in  1922  and  1923,  $142.36;  fines  for  breaches  of  Explosives  Act,  $114; 
sale  of  canoes,  3,  $135;  sale  of  tents,  6,  $57;  amount  received  from  Canadian 
National  Express  Co.  for  table  damaged  in  transit,  $50;  sale  of  horse,  $25; 
sale  of  micrometer,  $25;  sale  of  cruiser,  $20;  sale  of  sundry  camp  supplies, 
$20.60;   refund  to   adjust  overpayment  of  salary  in  March  to  Miss  A.  E. 

Wilson,  $8.22 846  18 

Total 36,014  24 


DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES:  REVENUE  P— 17 

Lignite  Utilization  Board — Commission  d'utilisation  du  lignite  $       cts. 

EXPENSES    IN    CONNECTION    WITH    THE    CARBONIZING    AND    BRIQUETTING    OF    LIGNITE 
COAL — DEPENSES   RELATIVES   A   LA   CARBONISATION    ET   LA    MISE   EN    BRIQUETTES 

DU   LIGNITE 

Recapitulation  of  Revenue  and  Expenditure,  1923-24 — Sommaire  des  revenue  et 

des  depenses,  1923-24 

Revenue — Revenus 

Balance  carried  forward  from   1922-23 , 146,744  18 

Interest  on  savings  account,  $2,034.66 ;  current  amount,  $2.93 2,037  59 

Refund  on  fire  insurance  premiums 179  34 

Received  for  claims  for  losses  by  fire 76  66 

Refund  of  balance  of  travel  advances 488  38 

Refund  of  portion  of  advances  to  resident  engineer,  Bienfait 2,000  00 

Receipts  at  plant,  Bienfait,  Sask.,  for  rentals,  coal,  etc 4,012  75 

Total  Revenue — Total  des  revenus 155,538  90 

Expenditure — Depenses 

Salaries 19,605  81 

Office  contingencies,  including  stationery,  postage,  telegrams,  etc 1,140  10 

Rent,    light,    insurance,    telephones 1,162  74 

Reports,  including  amount  paid  on  account  printing  2,000  copies  of  first  general 

report,  legal  fees  and  bonding  costs 5,808  08 

Travelling  expenses '. 2,011  73 

Miscellaneous  expenses 235  79 

Capital   expenditure — 

Machinery   and   equipment 5,237  83 

Hood-Odell  oven :    operating  and  maintenance  charges 12,316  11 

Plant  preliminary  expenses:    general,  $747.87;    office    and    laboratory,    $704.12; 
boardinghouse,    $647.94;    operating,    $9,102.06;     repairs     and     maintenance, 

$741.05;    reconstruction,   $209.86 12,152  90 

Experimental  expenses:  carbonizing  and  briquetting  tests  at  Hebron  and  Grand 
Forks,  North  Dakota,  $5,788.91;  travelling  expenses,  $769.12;  miscellaneous, 

$853 .93 7,41 1  96 

Insurance,  $3,881.85;   taxes,  $2,334.80.  stores,    $99.71;    coal    for    staff    at    plant, 

$392.65;  office  and  equipment,  $30.25 6,739  26 

Refund  to  Dominion  Government  on  account  of  Manitoba  withdrawing 31,250  00 

Total   Expenditure— Total    des    depenses 105,072  31 

Cash  in  Bank — Argents  en  banque — 

Current  account,  $2,732.80;    savings  amount,  $37,690.50 $     40,423  30 

Savings  account,  Special  Revenue    Account 10,043  29       50,466  59 


155,538  90 


AUDITOR'S  CERTIFICATE 

This  is  to  certify  that,  on  behalf  of  the  Auditor  General,  I  have  examined  the  books 
and  accounts  of  the  Lignite  Utilization  Board  of  Canada  for  the  year  ended  March  31, 
1924,  and  that  the  statements  herewith  of  Receipts  and  Expenditure  are  correct  as  shown 
by  the  books. 

Satisfactory  vouchers  have  been  furnished  by  the  Board  of  all  disbursements  and  the 
cash  balances  as  shown  on  March  31  are  correct. 

J.  S.  STEVENSON, 

for    Auditor    General. 
Montreal,  April  24,  1924. 

CERTIFICAT  DE  L'AUDITEUR 

Je  certifie  par  les  presentes  qu'au  nom  de  l'Auditeur  General,  j'ai  examine  les  livres 
et  comptes  de  la  Commission  d'utilisation  du  lignite  du  Canada,  pour  Fannee  finissant  le 
31  mars  1924,  et  que  les  etats  de  comptes  ci-annexes  des  revenus  et  des  depenses  tels  que 
montres  aux  livres  sont  exacts. 

La  Commission  a  produit  les  pieces  necessaires  a,  la  justification  de  tous  les  debourses 
et  des  balances  des  argents  restant  en  caisse  le  31  mars. 

J.  S.  STEVENSON, 

pour    l'Auditeur    General. 
Montreal,  24  avril  1924. 

1~2p 


15  GEORGE  V  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1  A.  1925 

AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT 
1923-24 


PART  "  Q  " 

NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT 


DETAILS  OF  EXPENDITURE  AND  REVENUE 


RAPPORT  DE  L'AUDITEUR  GENERAL 

1923-24 


"  r\  » 


PARTIE  "Q 

MINISTERE  DE  LA  DEFENSE 
NATIONALE 


DETAIL  DES  DEPENSES  ET  DES  REVENUS 


Q-2 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


National  Defence:  Summary  of  Expenditure  and  Revenue 
Defense  nationale:  Sommaire  des  defenses  et  des  revenus 


Page  in 
PartQ 

Page  a  la 
Partie  Q 


cts. 


cts. 


Expenditure — Depenses 

Civil  Government— Gouvernement  civil  ($708,107.78)- 

Salary  of  Minister  (statutory) 

Salaries 

Contingencies ; 


National  Defence— Defence  nationale  ($12,371,940.59)- 
Militia  Services — Service  de  la  milire — 

Aid  to  Civil  Power  (statutory) 

Allowances  Active  Militia 

Annual  Drill 

Cadet  Services 

Civil  Pensions 

Award  to  Major  H.  R.  Northover 

Compassionate  Grants , 

Clothing  and  Necessaries 

Contingencies 

Customs  Dues 

Departmental  Library 

Dominion  Arsenal ,  I  indsay 

Dominion  Arsenal,  Qu3bec 

Engineer  Services  and  Works 

Grants  to  Associations 

Maintenance  Military  Properties 

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 


Naval  Services — Service  naval — 
Maintenance,  Royal  Canadian  Navy. 

Pay  of  temporary  clerks 

Customs  Dues 


Air  Services — Service  de  l'aeronautique — 

Canadian  Air  Force 

Purchase  of  New  Flying  Equipment 


Adjustment  of  War  Claims- 
Militia  Services 

Naval  Services 


-Reglement  des  reclamations  de  guerre- 


Superannuation — Pensions  de  retraite — 

Public  Service  Retirement  Act.  (Statutory)  Part  F  Page  23. 
Miscellaneous — Divers — 

Battlefields  Memorials 

Imperial  War  Graves 

Provisional  Bonus  Allowance 

Unforeseen  Expenses 

Gratuities,  C.  S.  Act,  1918,  sec.  30 


Total  Expenditure— Total  des  depenses. 


Demobilization,  Previous  Year's  Expenditures — Demobilisation, 
Depenses  des  annees  precedentes — 

Militia  Services,  Cr $68, 592  35 

_    Naval  Services,  Cr 57,577  48 

Military  Estates — Proprietes  militaires — 

Account  No.  1,  Cr $164,034  14 

Account  No.  2,  Cr 27,258  94 


Revenue- 

Casual  Revenue 

Militia  Pensions  Revenue 

Royal  Military  College 

Fines  and  Forfeitures 

T^otal  Revenue— Totr.l  Revenus. . 


-Revenus 


70 
82 
70 
84 
16 
18 
88 
90 
63 
46 
82 
82 
94 
86 


114 
121 
121 


121 
131 


110 
121 


109 
110 
113 
98 
113 


114 
114 


113 
113 


132 
134 
134 
134 


7,043  00 

659,170  32 

41,894  46 


86,614  92 

91,018  18 

980,509  83 

450,000  00 

1,115  42 

5,000  00 

1,154  67 

294,256  57 

24,927  08 

9,758  36 

1,818  17 

7,622  86 

389, 9P7  02 

575,644  08 

85,248  32 

196,444  92 

56,422  99 

250,411  52 

5,125,605  10 

67,288  27 

338,081  84 

246,605  63 

90,379  93 

43,399  36 

2,007  75 

180,706  06 

159,827  05 


1,354,527  00 

6,188  08 

91  56 


999,390  07 
249,787  98 


678,320  16 
44,283  95 


108,773  18 

371,784  78 

182,938  29 

500  00 

1,685  53 


229,457  50 

124,654  11 

66, 105  09 

206  22 


708,107  78 


9,761,955  90 

1,360,806  64 

1,249,178  05 

722,604  11 
11,372  50 

665,681  78 


14,479,706  76 


420,422  92 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


Q-3 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


Bonus 
Boni 


$     cts 


300  00 


400  00 


t  178  50 


50  00 
70  50 
174  00 
57  00 
76  50 
54  75 

96  00 
144  00 

72  00 

63  00 

114  00 

54  00 

37  50 

102  00 

36  00 

54  00 

129  00 

78  00 

165  00 

78  00 

60  00 

78  00 

78  00 

97  50 
108  00 
*59  50 

87  00 
63  00 
54  00 
45  00 

201  00 
42  00 
63  00 
72  00 
45  00 
63  00 
54  00 
57  00 
72  00 
75  00 

129  00 

144  00 
60  00 
42  00 
87  00 
36  00 
72  75 
69  75 
81  00 
93  00 

120  00 
48  00 

144  00 
57  00 

1-liQ 


Ministers — Ministres — 

Hon.  G.  P.  Graham,  April  1-30  at  $10,000 

Hon.  E.  M.  Macdonald,  Aug.  18  to  Mar.  31  at  $10,000 

Deputy  Minister — Sous  ministre — 

Sir  Eugene  Fiset,  12  m.   (additional  pay  $4,500,  detailed  page 
0-16) 


Controller  of  Expenditure — Controleur  des  depenses- 
G.  J.  Desbarats,  12  m 


Asst.  Deputy  Minister — Sous  ministre  adjoint- 
H.  W.  Brown,  12  m 


Staff— Personnel 


M.  E.  Albright,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  A.  Allen,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,380,  6  m.  at  $1,440 

N.  C.  Allen,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  4,  12  m 

M.  M.  Amm,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  P.  Anderson,  sr.  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  6  m.  at  $1,500,  6  m.  at  $1,560. 

R.  B.  Anderson,  file  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,080,  3  m.  at  $1,140 

C.  Angers,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Arden,  head  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Ash  bee,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,440  (less  ded.) 

C.  F.  Atchison,  elk.,  12  m , 

A.  E.  Attfield,  sr.  topographer,  12  m 

F.  C.  Attfield,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  ded.) 

L.  E.  Bahnsen,  office  boy,  July  3  to  Oct.  14  at  $300  (resigned).... 
A.  E.  Bailey,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  $192.19  mil.  pay). . . 

G.  W.  Bailey,  princ.  elk.,  12  m 

Mrs.  L.  S.  Baud,  file  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,080  (retired).... 
H.  M.  Ball,  elk.,  12  m , 

Barbes,  head  elk.,  6  m.  at  $2,520,  6  m.  at  $2,640 

L.  Barry,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Barry,  military  construction  engineer,  12  m 

Barthe,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,560  (less  ded) 

K.  Bastedo,  acc't.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  ded.) 

E.  Baulne,  sr.  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

Baxter,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

R.J.  Baxter,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,920,  3  m.  at  $2,040 

N.  E.  Beach,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

F.  Beard,  chief  elk.,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $3,400  (superannuated).. . 

R.  H.  Beattie,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m 

F.  A.  Beatty,  elk.,  12  m 

F.  R.  de  L.  Beaudoin,  elk.,  12  m 

R.  Beaudry,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

L.  J.  Beausoleil,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  5,  12  m 

I.  E.  Bebee,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

A.  L.  Belair,  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,260  (less  Id.) 

C.  E.  Belanger,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Belanger,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

G.  W.  Belot,  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

I.  M.  Bennett,  elk.  sten.,  12  m , 

M.  K.  Berigan,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  ded.) 

H.  W.  Bishop,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  Blake,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

G.  A.  Blouin,  asst.  architect,  12  m 

E.  J.  Boag,  head  elk.,  12  m 

J.  E.  Bohemier,  elk.,  12  m 

B.  Bose,  jr.  elk.  (retired) ,  12  m 

A.  L.  Boswell,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,740  (less  ded.) 

A.  Bothwell,  jr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  A.  Botterell,  sr.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,440,  3  m.  at  $1,500  (less  ded.). 

M.  Boulais,  translator,  9  m.  at  $1,380,  3  m.  at  $1,440 

N.  R.  Boutin,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  1,  12  m 

F.  Bovey,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $2,040,  6  m.  at  $1,680 

F.  J.  Boyle,  head  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Brackenborough,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $860  (less  1  d.) , 

G.  B.  Brackenbury,  head  elk.,  12  m , 

F.  Bradley,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  ded.) 


cts 


833  33 
6,209  67 


6,000  00 
8,000  00 
5,100  00 


1,000  00 
1,410  00 
3,480  00 
1,140  00 
1,530  00 
1,095  00 


1,920  00 
2,880  00 
1,437  50 
1,260  00 
2,280  00 
1,078  00 
84  68 

707  81 
2,040  00 

810  00 
1,080  00 
2,580  00 
1,560  00 
3,300  00 
1,557  90 

1.199  50 
1,560  00 
1,5(0  00 
1,9.50  00 
2,160  00 
1,983  31 
1,740  00 
1,260  00 
1,080  00 

900  00 
4,020  00 

840  00 
1,256  61 
1,440  00 

900  00 
1,260  00 
1,080  00 
1,139  00 
1,440  00 
1,500  00 
2,580  00 
2,880  00 

1.200  00 
840  00 

1,735  32 
720  00 
1,449  00 
1,395  00 
1,620  00 
1,860  00 
2,400  00 
957  42 
2,880  00 
1,135  33 


$   cts. 


83  25 
270  00 

72  00 

231  50 

72  00 

63  0G 

261  00 
297  00 

60  00 

315  00 

15  85 

262  50 
60  00 

236  25 
315  00 


60  00 
202  00 
103  80 

60  00 

150  00 

72  00 
315  00 

315  00 
296  20 
261  00 
315  00 

72  00 

72  00 

261  00 


297  00 
94  50 

149  60 
94  50 

274  50 
162  00 
105  00 

60  00 

61  62 

315  00 


Q-4 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


cts 


57  00 

M. 

54  00 

M. 

132  00 

G. 

72  00 

E. 

57  00 

D. 

57  00 

H. 

144  00 

G. 

60  00 

I. 

37  94 

J. 

15  00 

J. 

225  00 

R. 

81  00 

S. 

48  00 

z. 

57  00 

c. 

70  50 

A. 

132  00 

J. 

60  00 

G. 

63  00 

B. 

111  00 

D. 

45  30 

W. 

54  00 

T. 

80  00 

J. 

60  00 

M. 

65  00 

M. 

189  00 

C. 

60  00 

R. 

60  00 

P. 

39  00 

L. 

A. 

102  00 

F. 

17  00 

J. 

51  00 

K. 

60  00 

D. 

49  40 

D. 

54  00 

L. 

138  00 

A. 

78  00 

C. 

33  75 

R. 

65  00 

P. 

69  00 

G. 

73  50 

L. 

63  00 

B. 

102  00 

G. 

54  00 

R. 

63  00 

L. 

72  00 

W. 

69  75 

S. 

40  50 

M. 

54  00 

J., 

114  00 

H. 

84  00 

T. 

45  00 

M. 

106  50 

A. 

60  00 

R. 

52  50 

B. 

200  00 

T. 

13  00 

W. 

129  00 

A. 

91  00 

J.] 

84  00 

I. 

12  98 

A. 

90  00 

A. 

60  00 

A. 

28  75 

W. 

96  00 

G. 

41  70 

D. 

120  00 

G. 

Staff — Continued — Personnel — Suite 

'.  J.  Brennan,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  1  d.) 

I.  Brennan,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  ded.) 

r.  A.  Briggs,  head  elk.,  12  m 

Brooke,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

Brooks,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  Brouse,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

L  H.  Brown,  head  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Brown,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  3^  d.) 

M.  Brown,  supplies  elk.,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $1,300  (deceased) 

T.  Brown,  elk.,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,200  (less  ded.) 

.  P.  Brown,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  6,  12  m 

Brown,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Brown,  asst.  photographer,  12  m.  at  $960  (less  \  d.) 

H.  Brownbridge,  elk.,  12  m 

V.  Browne,  -r.  file  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,380,  6  m.  at  $1,440 

E.  Browne,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

M.  Brownell,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

R.  Bruce,  elk.,  12  m 

.  P.  Buckley,  asst.  purchasing  agent,  12  m.  at  $2,220  (less  ded.) 

.  Burge,  lithographic  helper,  10  m.  at  $f00,  2  m.  at  $18  per  week. . 

J.  Burgess,  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  ded.) 

L.  Burke,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Burke,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  1$  d.  and  half-pay  77  d 
and  ded.) 

M.  L.  Burke,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Burns,  purchasing  agent,  12  m 

'..  L.  Burns,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Caldwell,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Callahan,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $780  (less  ded.) 

B.  Cameron,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  Feb.  28  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,500 

J.  Cameron,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  V.  Cameron,  prin.  elk.,  April  1  to  May  14  at  $2,040  (retired). . . 

:.  Carmody,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less  ded.) 

Carroll,  jr.  irspector  of  military  stores,  12  m 

».J.  Carroll,  lithographic  helper,  12  m.  at  $988  (less  $  d.) 

A.  Cassidy,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

C.  Chadwick,  head  elk.,  12  m 

P.  Chalker,  draughtsman,  12  m 

,  Charbonneau,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  2  d.  and  ded.;  re- 
tired.)  

Chartrand,  elk.  typist,  12  m.  at  $1,300  (less  ded.) 

.  G.  Chrysler,  dept'l.  librarian,  gr.  2,  12  m 

Church,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $1,440,  6  m.  at  $1,500  (less  1  d.) 

Clarke,  elk.,  12  m 

,  N.  Clarke,  jr.  engineer,  12  m.  at  $2,040  (less  ded.) 

,  Clarke,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

B.  Colborr.e,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

.  H.  Connor,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

F.  Conquer,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,380,  3  m.  at  $1,440 

W.  Cooke,  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,080  (transferred  to  P.O.D.) 

A.  Copping,  elk.,  12  m 

F.  Cosh,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Costello,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Coughlin,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

B.  Coulter,  prin.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $2,040,  9  m.  at  $2,160 

Coulter,  audit  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Cowan,  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $1,020,  6  m.  at  $1,080 

O.  Cox,  director  of  S.  A.  and  A.  P.,  12  m 

.  E.  Craig,  draughtsman,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $1,560  (retired) 

H.  Cranston,  prin.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

L.  Crawford,  lithographic  printer,  12  m 

H.  Creeggan,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

P.  Croft,  office  boy,  6  m.  at  $300, 4  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $330  (less  ded.; 
resigned ) 

J.  A.  Cutts,  custodian,  surveying  equipment,  12  m 

G.  Daley,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  6  d.  and  half-pay  63  d.) 
,  B.  Davey,  sr.  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,380  (less  ded.;  retired). . 

Davidson ,  sr.  map  draughtsman ,  12  m 

i  Davies,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,320  (less  May  22  to  Oct.  3) 

C.  Davis,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  2,  6  m.  at  $2,340;  6  m.  at  $2,460. 


cts. 


1,136  94 
1,075  50 
2,640  00 
1,440  00 
1,140  00 
1,140  00 
2,880  00 
1,188  71 

758  31 

298  50 
4,500  00 
1,620  00 

958  71 
1,140  00 
1,410  00 
2,640  00 
1,200  00 
1,260  00 
2,214  33 

906  00 

1.079  50 
1,600  00 

1,066  26 
1,300  00 
3,780  00 
1,200  00 
1,200  00 

778  95 

133  62 
2,040  00 

246  77 
1,019  00 
1,200  00 

986  67 

1.080  00 
2,760  00 
1,560  00 

889  58 
1,295  19 
1,380  00 
1,466  00 
1,260  00 
2,039  00 
1,080  00 
1,260  00 
1,440  00 
1,395  00 

810  00 
1,080  00 
2,280  00 
1,680  00 

900  00 
2, 130  00 
1,200  00 
1,050  00 
4,000  00 

260  00 
2,580  00 
1,820  00 
1,680  00 

259  50 
1,800  00 
1,077  42 
1,029  44 
1,920  00 

833  87 
2,400  00 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


Q— 5 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


cts, 


84  00 

108  00 

129  00 

93  00 

66  00 

102  00 

45  00 

3  75 

78  00 

51  00 

57  00 

162  00 

84  00 

78  00 

55  50 

51  75 

15  15 

60  00 

132  00 

54  00 

63  00 

30  00 

84  00 

78  00 

78  00 

78  00 

45  00 

69  75 

54  00 

60  00 

72  00 

84  00 

12  00 

51  00 

36  00 

66  00 

63  00 

57  75 

54  00 

114  00 

33  00 

114  00 

71  25 

150  00 

48  00 

57  00 

84  00 

156  00 

57  00 

6  52 

51  00 

72  00 

63  00 

45  00 

15  00 

72  00 

36  00 

66  00 

63  00 

84  00 

117  00 

54  00 

45  00 

72  00 

72  00 

34  00 

78  00 

Staff — Continued — Personnel — Suite 

R.  E.  Davis,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  T.  Davis,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Z.  Decelles,  dept'l.  acct.,  gr.  2,  12  m 

M.  E.  Delaney,  secretary  to  executive,  12  m 

A.  de  Niverville,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,320  (less  ded.) 

J,  G.  Desriviers,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

A.  Devine,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

C.  D.  Devine,  office  boy,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $300 

C.  J.  Dewar,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

S.  C.  Dia;uer,  elk.  sten.,  12  m* 

J.  P.  Dillon,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  B.  Donaldson,  purchasing  agent,  12  m 

R.  Donaldson,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

B.  C.  Donnelly,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  A.  K.  Douglas,  elk.  sten.,  6  m.  at  $1,080,  6  m.  at  $1,140 

M.  H.  Dowling,  elk.  typist,  9  m.  at  $1,020,  3  m.  at  $1,080 

F.  Dubois,  office  boy,  April  6  to  Dec.  31  at  $300,  3  m.  at  $330 

L.  A.  Duhamel,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

E.  A.  Dunfield,  head  elk.,  12  m 

A.  L.  Durant,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

T.  Dymond,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

L.  M.  Eastwood,  elk.  sten.,  April  1  to  Nov.  21  at  $1,200  (resigned)... 

W.  H.  Edsell,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

S.  E.  Eligh,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1 ,560  (less  2§  d.) 

H.  A.  Evans,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Fairbairn,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,560  (less  Id.) 

E.  F.  Fancy,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  T.  Farrington,  sr.  audit  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,380,  3  m.  at  $1,440 

N.  J.  Fenton,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

A.  J.  Ferguson,  elk.,  12  m 

T.  Ferguson,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

C.  Ferrill,  inspector  of  textile  products,  12  m 

R.  P.  Field,  audit  elk.,  3  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

R.  J.  Finan,  packer  and  helper,  12  m 

Leslie  Fitzpatrick,  jr.  elk.  typist,  12  m 

Loyola  Fitzpatrick,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  A.  Fleming,  elk.  sten.,  12m 

J.  A.  Fleming,  office  appliance  operator,  gr.  3,  9m.  at  $1,140,  3  m. 

at  $1,200  (less  §  d.) 

H.  B.  Foley,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  ded.) 

M.  P.  Foley,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

S.  Foley,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Fraser,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  E.  Fraser,  sr.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $1,380,  9  m.  at  $1,440 

R.  L.  Fuller,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  3,  12  m 

V.  Galarneau,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $960  (less  ded.) 

V.  B.  Garner,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  ded.) 

R.  A.  Garrick,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  W.  Garrison,  transportation  audit  elk.,  12  m 

W.  A.  Garvin,  elk.,  12  m.. 

M.  C.  George,  elk.,  April  20  p.m.  to  May  8  a.m.  at  $1,260  (less  13  d. 

Mar.  24;   transferred  to  Agriculture) 

E.  E.  Gibson,  packer  and  helper,  12  m 

H.  Gibson,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  L.  Gillespie,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

E.  P.  Gleeson,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  §  d.  and  ded.) 

F.  C.  Gliddon,  elk.,  April  1  to  June  10  at  $1,200  (less  half-pay  for  58  d.; 

retired) 

D.  Goltman,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

K.  H.  Good,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $720  (less  ded.) 

S.  F.  Gordon,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

P.  L.  Gorman,  office  appliance  operator,  gr.  3,  12  m.  at  $1,260  (less  2\ 

d.  and  ded.) 

J.  S.  Gourlay,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

H.  R.  S.  Gow,  lithographic  foreman,  12  m 

V.  E.  Grafton,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

B.  M.  Graham,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

D.  G.  Graham,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

T.  K.  Graham,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,440  (less  3  d.  and  ded.) 

E.  I.  Grant,  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,020  (retired) 

J.  B.  Grant,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 


cts. 


1,680  00 
2, 160  00 
2,580  00 
1,860  00 
1,317  50 
2,040  00 

900  00 
75  00 
1,560  00 
1,020  00 
1,140  00 
3.240  00 
1,680  00 
1,560  00 
1,110  00 
1,035  00 

303  33 
1,200  00 
2,640  00 
1,080  00 
1,260  00 

770  00 
1,680  00 
1,549  17 
1,560  00 
1,555  67 

900  00 
1,395  00 
1,080  00 
1,200  00 
1,440  00 
1,680  00 

240  00 
1,020  00 

720  00 
1,320  00 
1,260  00 

1,153  42 
1,075  50 
2,280  00 

660  00 
2,280  00 
1.425  00 
3,000  00 

954  54 
1,125  77 
1,680  00 
3,120  00 
1,140  00 

18  12 

1,020  00 

1,440  00 

1,260  00 

897  75 

138  33 
1,440  00 

718  00 
1,320  00 


1,225  77 
1,680  00 
2,340  00 
1,080  00 

900  00 
1,440  00 
1,407  21 

765  00 
1,560  00 


Q-6 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


$     cts. 


7  50 

P. 

54  00 

G. 

144  00 

A. 

129  00 

E. 

63  00 

M. 

84  00 

G. 

3  75 

F. 

108  00 

J. 

123  00 

H. 

55  50 

A. 

48  00 

D. 

38  00 

I. 

51  00 

J. 

81  00 

E. 

102  00 

F. 

102  00 

T. 

114  00 

E. 

102  00 

R. 

40  00 

G. 

78  00 

J. 

50  00 

W. 

84  00 

N. 

78  00 

E. 

72  00 

L. 

51  00 

B. 

57  00 

C. 

18  00 

O. 

72  00 

J.. 

32  00 

E. 

72  00 

M. 

84  00 

F. 

51  00 

H. 

108  00 

.J. 

102  00 

F. 

€0  00 

L. 

57  00 

F. 

54  00 

H. 

48  50 

J. 

18  75 

T. 

39  00 

A. 

84  00 

G. 

78  00 

E. 

99  00 

B. 

m  00 

H. 

€0  75 

E. 

107  25 

J.. 

|-  91  35 

T. 

114  00 

H. 

78  00 

A. 

102  00 

L. 

78  00 

A. 

45  00 

M. 

54  00 

R. 

24  00 

W. 

48  00 

E. 

63  00 

E. 

136  50 

J. 

54  00 

J. 

54  00 

E. 

45  00 

D. 

J21  50 

J. 

'65  00 

R. 

51  75 

L. 

102  00 

J. 

45  00 

G. 

45  00 

V. 

186  00 

A. 

Staff — Continued — Personnel — Suite 

J.  Grant,  jr.  elk.,  April  1  to  June  28  at  $900  (resigned) 

Greenfield,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Grignon,  prin.  translator,  12  m 

Haines,  head  elk.,  6  m.  at  $2,520,  6  m.  at  $2,640 

[.  A.  Halpin,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

.  H.  Handley,  inspector  of  leather  products,  12  m 

C.  Harris,  jr.  file  elk.,  April  1-30  at  $900  (retired) 

C.  Hay,  jr.  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

W.  Heath,  asst.  structural  engineer,  12  m 

Hebert,  file  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,080,  6  m.  at  $1,140 

M.  V.  Hemming,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $960  (less  5  d.  and  ded.) 

M.  Henderson,  file  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,140  (retired) 

M.  Hendrie,  audit  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Heppenstall,  prin.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,440,  6  m.  at  $1,800 

W.  Hewitt,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

Hickson,  sr.  map  draughtsman,  12  m 

M.  Hiney,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

Hodgson,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

Hornsey,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,920  (transferred  to 

Immigration) 

E.  W.  Houghton,  prin.  audit  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,320,  6  m.  at  $1,800 

.  G.  Humphreys,  library  helper,  12  m.  at  $1,000  (less  \  d.) 

,  Hunter,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

T.  Hutchingame,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

E.  Ingram,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Jackson,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less  ded.) 

H.  Jalbert,  jr.  translator,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  Id.) 

L.  James,  elk.,  April  1  to  Aug.  14  at  $1,080  (less  1  d.;   resigned)... 

Jameson,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

B.  Johnstone,  elk.  sten.,  8  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960  (less  ded.) 

,  A.  Johnstone,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

Jones,  sr.  transportation  audit  elk.,  12  m 

,  Jones,  packer  and  helper,  12  m 

E.  Jones,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $2,160  (less  ded.) 

Jordan,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

I.  Joynt,  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Julien,  audit  elk.,  12  m 

[.Juneau,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  \  d.  and  ded.) 

A.  Juteau,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,440,  4  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $1,500 
(resigned) 

R.  Kent,  jr.  file  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $900  (less  1  d.;  retired).. . 

Kerrigan,  jr.  elk.  typist,  12  m.  at  $780  (less  ded.) 

Killeen,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

Kincaid,  sr.  elk.  sten..  12  m 

R.  King,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,920,  6  m.  at  $2,040 

A.  Kipp,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,320  (less  ded.) 

L.  Kirk,  office  appliance  operator,  gr.  3,  9  m.  at  $1,200,  3  m.  at 

$1,260 

A.  La  combe,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  3  m.  at  $2,100,  9  m.  at  $2,160 

E.  Lambert,  chief  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $3,480  (superannuated) 

L.  Lancaster,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

Landreville,  sr.  file  clerk,  12  m 

E.  Lane,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

O.  Lapointe,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

A.  Larochelle,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  ded.) 

1.  La  Rochelle,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  \  d.) 

.  V.  Latham,  prin.  file  elk.,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $1,920  (retired) 

Law,  acct.  elk.  12  m.  at  $960  (less  6  d.  and  half-pay  31  d.) 

A.  Lawrence,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

O.  B.  Le  Blanc,  head  elk.,  3  m.  at  $2,640,  9  m.  at  $2,760 

J.  Lecourt,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  1$  d.  at  half-pay) 

,  L.  B.  Lee,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

.  Legare,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Legault,  dept'l.  accountant,  gr.  2,  3  m.  at  $2,340,  9  m.  at  $2,460 

L.  E.  Lemieux,  elk.,  12  m 

de  G.  Lepage,  file  elk.,  9  m.  at  $1,020,  3  m.  at  $1,080 

Leprohon,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

r.  Leslie,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  half-pay  8  d.) 

Letourneau,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  7  d.  and  ded.) 

B.  G.  Lewis,  secretary  defence  council,  12  m 


cts. 


220  00 

1,080  00 

2,880  00 

2,580  00 

1,260  00 

1,680  00 

75  00 

2,160  00 

2,460  00 

1,110  00 

926  39 

855  00 

1,020  00 

1,620  00 

2.040  00 

2,040  00 

2,280  00 

2,040  00 

800  00 

1,560  00 

998  56 

1,680  00 

1,560  00 

1,440  00 

1,012  75 

1,136  94 

397  65 

1,440  00 

638  50 

1,440  00 

1,680  00 

1,020  00 

2, 157  00 

2,040  00 

1,200  00 

1,140  00 

1,078  05 

1,220  00 

672  58 

778  50 

1,680  00 

1,5(50  00 

1,980  00 

1,306  50 

1,215  00 

2,145  00 

2,610  00 

2.280  00 

1,560  00 

2,040  00 

1,560  00 

899  50 

1,078  55 

480  00 

904  51 

1,260  00 

2,730  00 

1,077  75 

1,080  00 

900  00 

2,430  00 

1,300  00 

1,035  00 

2,040  00 

890  00 

881  00 

3,720  00 

NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


Q-7 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


Bonus 
Boni 


$     cts 


136  50 

60  00 

63  00 

66  00 

84  00 

21  00 

84  00 

54  00 

93  00 

27  00 

84  00 

78  00 

45  00 

45  00 

63  00 

129  00 

60  00 

63  00 

60  00 

45  00 

120  00 

80  00 

48  00 

78  00 

49  50 

45  00 

60  00 

42  00 

80  00 

39  00 

72  00 

45  00 

17  50 

174  00 

63  00 

46  50 

66  00 

60  00 

80  00 

54  00 

60  00 

5  25 

16  00 

54  00 

66  00 

36  00 

54  00 

57  00 

66  00 

45  00 

45  00 

57  00 

114  00 

54  00 

114  00 

108  00 

63  00 

90  00 

63  00 

66  00 

84  00 

53  25 

55  50 

57  00 

48  00 

45  00 

14  00 

Staff — Continued — Personnel — Suite 

E.  Lisle,  director  of  naval  stores,  9  m.  at  $2,700,  3  m.  at  $2,820 

M.  Liston,  jr.  inspector  of  military  stores,  12  m 

F.  W.  Littlefield,  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Lloyd,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

C.  E.  C.  Long,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m , 

M.  Lortie,  office  boy,  12  m.  at  $420  (less  ded.) , 

R.  H.  Lovelock,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

K.  L.  Lowing,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  5  d.) 

M.  C.  Lyon,  secretary  to  executive,  12  m , 

R.  H.  Lyon,  file  elk.,  April  1  to  Oct.  9  at  $1,080  (resigned) , 

D.  C.  Macdonald,  sr.  supplies  elk.,  12  m , , 

A.  H.  MacDougall,  sr.  elk.,  12  m , 

H.  A.  MacGowan,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m , 

R.  V.  MacPherson,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m , 

J.  MacNeil,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

H.  E.  Maple,  asst.  engineer,  12  m 

J.  J.  Martell,  photographer,  12  m 

H.  M.  L.  Martin,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  D.  Martin,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

A.  E.  Mason,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

C.  McAdam,  sr.  inspector  of  hardware,  12  m 

E.  McAdam,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

A.  McA'Nulty,  sr.  elk.,  1  m.  at  $1,620  (retired) 

C.  M.  McCann,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  A.  McCann,  director  of  contracts,  12  m 

M;  A.  McCann,  inspector  of  textile  products,  12  m 

M.  T.  McClennan,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  1  d.  and  ded.).. 

E.  M.  McCormick,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  P.  McCoy,  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  3}  d.  and  ded.) 

F.  E.  McDonald,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  April  1  to  Dec.  14  at  $1,440  (resigned) 

D.  McFarlane,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

L.  McGill,  jr.  elk.  typist,  12  m 

T.  H.  McGovern,  sr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,440  (less  ded.) 

I.  M.  McHugh,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

M.  B.  Mcintosh,  jr.  audit  elk.,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $840  (less  1  d.  and 

half-pay  93  d.;   retired) 

.1.  A.  McKenna,  sr.  asst.  engineer,  12  m 

F.  M.  McKenzie,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

M.  E.  McKercher,  elk.,  6  m.  at  ?900,  6  m.  at  $960 

I.  A.  McLachlin,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,320  (less  §  d.) 

C.  H.  McLaren,  audit  elk.,  12  m 

W.  L.  McLaren,  draughtsman,  12  m 

K.  R.  McLaughlin,  elk.  typist,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  half-pay  17  d.). . 

B.  McLean,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  half-pay  104  d.) 

C.  McLeod,  elk.,  April  1-23  at  $1,200  (retired) 

L.  McManus,  elk.  sten.,  5  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $960 

E.  B.  McMillan,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  1  d.) 

H.  McMorrow,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m.  at  $1,320  (less  ded.) 

I.  McMorrow,  jr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $720  (less  ded.) 

M.  F.  McMurtrie,  file  elk.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  Id.) 

E.  J.  McNally ,  elk.,  12  m 

F.  S.  McPhail,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  MePhee,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

A.  D.  Meredith,  jr.  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  ded.) 

B.  V.  Merrick,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  H.  Messinger,  prin.  file  elk.,  12  m 

B.  R.  Miller,  file  elk.,  12  m 

S.  L.  Miller,  district  auditor,  12  m , 

A.  Milne,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

M.J.  Minnock,  elk.,  12  m 

H.  T.  Minter,  jr.  purchasing  agent,  12  m 

M.  Miskell,  elk.,  12  m 

A.  E.  Mitchell,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

W.  Moeser,  sr.  elk.,  12  m....' 

A.  D.  Montgomery,  elk.  sten.,  3  m.  at  $1 ,020,  9  m.  at  $1,080 

B.  M.Moore,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  6  m.  at  $1,080,  6  m.  at  $1,140 

N.  A.  Moore,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

V.  Moore,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

S.  Moorhouse,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

D.  Morrin,  office  boy,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $480  (less  ded.;  resigned). 


cts, 


2,730  00 
1,200  00 
1,260  00 
1,320  00 
1,680  00 

405  11 
1,680  00 
1,065  00 
1,860  00 

566  13 
1,680  00 
1,500  00 

900  00 

900  00 
1,260  00 
2,580  00 
1,320  00 
1,260  00 
1,200  00 

900  00 
2,400  00 
1,600  00 

135  00 

960  00 
4,500  00 
1,560  00 
1,057  10 

900  00 
1,174  83 
1,014  19 
1,600  00 

780  00 
1,435  00 

900  00 


241  61 

480  00 

260  00 

930  00 

318  10 

200  00 

000  00 

1,055  32 

1,030  00 

80  50 

400  00 

1,077  00 

1,318  50 

718  50 

1,077  00 

1,140  00 

1,320  00 

900  00 

899  00 
1.140  00 
2, 280  00 
1,080  00 
2,280  00 
2, 160  00 
1,260  00 
1,800  00 
1,260  00 
1,320  00 
1,680  00 
1,065  00 
1,110  00 
1,140  00 

960  00 

900  00 
354  71 


1—8 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
rctraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


cts 


Staff — Continued — Personnel — Suite 


cts 


114  00 

54  00 

81  00 

54  00 

54  00 

43  50 

45  00 

45  00 

4  56 

60  00 

63  00 

62  50 

48  00 

51  00 

42  00 

63  00 

30  00 

114  00 

fl47  00 

77  00 

54  00 

27  50 

70  50 

117  00 

115  50 

114  00 

54  00 

114  00 

39  00 

132  00 

66  00 

180  00 

84  00 

114  00 

72  00 

96  00 

57  00 

54  75 

54  00 

51  00 

57  00 

60  00 

45  00 

60  00 

66  00 

63  00 

54  00 

84  00 

63  00 

70  50 

78  00 

56  25 

49  17 

63  00 

45  00 

63  00 

60  00 

81  00 

3fl  00 

55  00 

68  00 

63  00 

114  00 

38  00 

11  75 

R.  L.  Morton,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m , 

L.  K.  Moss,  elk.  sten.,  12  m , 

F.  A.  Mott,  sr.  elk.,  12  m , 

G.  P.  Mundy,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

A.  Murphy,  elk.  typist,  12  m 

D.  W.  Murray,  office  appliance  operator,  gr.  2,  6  m.  at  $840,  6  m.  at 

f  900  (less  ded.) 

W.J.  Neville,  jr.  fie  elk.,  12  m 

L.  Noel,  jr.  elk.,  12  m , 

L.  V.  D.  Norton,  office  boy,  Dec.  12  to  Mar.  31  at  $300 

N.  O'Boyle,  elk.,  12  m 

F.  E.  O'Doherty,  audit  elk.,  12  m , 

J.  H.  H.  O'Hagan,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Oldfield,  elk.  sten.,  2  m.  at  $1,140  (resigned) , 

E.  V.  O'Malley,  elk.,  12  m.  at  $960  (less  ded.) 

A.  O'Neil,  packer  and  helper,  12  m , 

T.  Crr,  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,260  (retired) 

H.  O'Sullivan,  elk.  sten.,  12  m , 

T.  Overton,  jr.  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $900  (retired) , 

A.  J.  Packman,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m , 

C.  L.  Panet,  secretary,  12  m 

O.  C.  Tangman,  head  elk.,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $2,640  (retired) 

M.  A.  Farent,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  £  d.  and  ded.) 

A.  Tarisien,  jr.  elk.  typist,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 , 

P.  A.  Fearce,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,380,6  m.  at  $1,440 , 

R.  Tearson,  asst.  engineer,  12  m 

W.  J.  I  erkin,  sr.  inspector  of  textile  products,  3  m.  at  $2,220,  9  m.  at 

$2,340 

W.C.  1  erkins.sr.  copper  plate  map  engraver,  12  m 

E.  B.  Ferreault,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  15  d.  and  half-pay 

93  d.) 

H.  E.  Terrin,  prin.  fie  elk.,  12  m 

L.  E.  Petepicce,  jr.  elk.  typist,  12  m 

M.  F.  Thelan,  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

E.  C.  Phillips,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

Geo.  Thillips,  inspector,  12  m 

R.  Thillips,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

W.  J.  Tirie,  prin.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

D.  G.  L.  I  ittman,  sr.  stores  elk.,  12  m 

E.  A.  Flamondon,  jr.  topographical  engineer,  12  m 

L.  E.  Poapst,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

G.  Fooler,  elk.  sten.,  9  m.  at  $1,080,  3  m.  at  $1,140  (less  1  d.  and  ded.) 

Mrs.  M.  Fopham,  fie  elk.,  12  m 

T.  Potter,  packer  and  helper,  12  m 

M.  V.  Powell,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,140  (less  ded.) 

E.  Fritchard.  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  id.) 

B.  Rainboth,  messenger  elk.,  12  m.  at  $900  (less  20|  d.  and  ded.)., 

E.  B.  Ready,  elk.  sten.  12  m.  at  $1,200  (less  ded.) 

T.  H.  Reilly,  elk.  b'k.  k'p'r.,  12  m 

O.  Renaud,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

E.  L.  Reynolds,  elk.  typist,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  ded.) 

K.  F.  Richardson,  sr.  fie  elk.,  12  m 

M.M.  Rigby,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,260  (less  half-pay  25  d.) 

G.  Robertson,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,380,  6  m.atH,440  (less  6  d.) 

H.  S.  Robson,  sr.  acct.  elk.,  12  m 

D.  F.  M.  Rogers,  file  oik.,  3  m.  at  $1,080,  9  m.  at  $1,140 

E.  E.  Rolston,  elk.  typist,  6  m.  at  $90),  1  m.  at  $1,000,  5  m.  at  $1,020 

G.  H.  Rowatt.  elk.,  12  m 

P.  Rutherford,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  M.  Salmon,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

E.  C.  Salter,  file  elk.,  12  m     

W.  H.  Falton,  sr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Sauve,  jr.  elk.  typsit,  12  m 

A.  Sayer,  elk.  sten.,  11  m.  to  Feb.  29  at  $1,200  (less  half  pay  36  d.— 

retired) 

G.  Scott,  prin.  elk..  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $2,040  (retired) 

H.  Sharp,  elk.,  12  m 

O.  J.  Shaw,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  Sheedy,  elk.  sten.,  April  1  to  Dec.  15  at  $1,140  (retired) 

H.  F.  Sherritt,  secretary  elk.,  April  1-30  at  $2,820  (transferred  to 

R.andC.) 

H.  F.  Sherritt,  private  secretary's  allowance,  April  1-30  at  $600 


2,280  00 

1.080  00 

1,620  00 

1.080  00 

1,080  00 

859  50 

900  00 

900  00 

91  13 

1,200  00 

1.260  00 

1,250  00 

190  00 

949  09 

1.020  00 

945  00 

1,260  00 

675  00 

2.280  00 

4.200  00 

1,760  00 

1,075  55 

550  00 

1.410  00 

2,340  00 

2,310  00 

2,280  00 

898  55 

2,280  00 

780  00 

2.640  00 

1,320  00 

3,600  00 

1.680  00 

2,280  00 

1,440  00 

1,920  00 

1,140  00 

1,088  49 

1,080  00 

1,020  00 

1,135  83 

1,198  39 

846  64 

1,198  50 

1.320  00 

1.260  00 

1,078  50 

1,680  00 

1.217  66 

1,387  00 

1,560  00 

1,125  00 

P83  35 

1,260  00 

COO  00 

1,260  00 

1,200  00 

1,620  00 

780  00 

1,041  67 

1,360  00 

1,260  00 

2,280  00 

805  97 

235  00 

50  00 

NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


Q-9 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
DeTense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


Bonus 
Boni 


cts 


63  00 

36  00 

36  00 

57  00 

54  00 

54  00 

42  00 

31  £0 

117  00 

60  00 

99  00 

63  00 

54  00 

37  08 

120  00 

57  00 

59  2~ 

42  00 

54  00 

57  00 

75  00 

63  00 

16.r>  00 

39  00 

10  00 

114  00 

63  00 

76  .'0 

114  00 

102  00 

84  00 

70  0 

63  00 

136  f0 

60  00 

54  00 

57  00 

60  00 

65  75 

114  00 

30  00 

57  00 

66  00 

96  00 

15  22 

fl21  £0 

36  00 

51  00 

54  00 

51  00 

50  00 

21  00 

45  00 

K0  00 

63  00 

7  38 

45  00 

54  00 

225  00 

102  00 

45  00 

65  00 

72  00 

11  25 

Staff — Concluded — Personnel — Fin 

C.  B.  Shields,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1 , 260  Hess  §  d.  and  ded.) 

W.  Simpson,  elk.,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $1,080  (retired) 

E.  R.  Sipes,  elk.  sten.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1 ,  080  (retired) 

P.  Slonemsky,  elk.  sten..  12  m 

E.  A.  S.  Smith,  elk.,  12  m 

I.  E.  Smith,  elk.,  12  m 

Mrs.  J.  Smith,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Smith,  elk.,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $1,080  (transferred  to  Immigra 

tion) 

L.  G.  Smith,  process  worker,  12  m 

M.  E.  Smith,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

W.  E.  Smith,  prin.  acet.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,920,  6  m.  at  $2, 040 

M.  E.  Somerville,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

B.  Soubliere,  elk.  typist,  12  m.  at  $1,080,  (less  ded.) 

C.  E.  Soutar,  lithographic  helper,  10  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $988  (less  4  d. 

deceased) 

G.  F.  Stalker,  head  elk.,  12  m 

H.  M.  Stanistreet,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

H.  Steel,  file  elk..  3  m.  at  $1,140,  9  m.  at  $1,200  (less  ded.) 

E.  V.  Stevens,  elk.,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $1,260  (retired) 

V.  M.  Stoddard,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,080  (less  1  d.  and  ded.) 

G.  Stone,  elk.,  12  m 

M.  Sturgeon,  sr.  elk.,  12  m 

M.  A.  Sunstium,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

F.  X.  Talbot,  dept'l  accountant,  gr.  4,  6  m.  at  $3,240,  6  m.  at  $3,360 

B.  Tapley,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Taylor,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

H.  Templeton,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

.J.  C.  Templeton,  elk.,  12  m 

A.  E.  Tetu,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.at$l,.r00,  6  m.  at  $1,560 

A.  Thomas,  sr.  topographer,  12  m 

F.  W.  Thompson,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

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

S.  Thompson,  sr.  elk.,  6  m.  at  $1,380,  6  m.  at  $1,440 

H-.  B.  Tierney.  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

W.  R.  Todd,  head  elk.,  3  m.  at  $2,640,  9  m.  at  $2,760 

G.  J.  Tomney,  elk.,  April  1  to  Mar.  10  at  $1,200  (transferred  to  Immi 

gration) 

A.  H.  Tremblay,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

F.  Tremblay,  supplies  elk.,  12  m 

B.  R.  Trottier,  elk.,  12  m 

M.  B.  Tucker,  sr.  elk.  sten.,  1  m.  at  $1,260,  11  m.  at  $.1320 

M.  B.  Tucker,  private  secretary's  allowance,  11  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $600 

J.  A.  Turney,  prin,  acet.  elk.,  12  m 

J.  Varrett,  packer  and  helper,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $£00  (less  2  d.;  re- 
signed ) 

H.  Ventura,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

J.  P.  Walker,  elk.  b'k  kpr.,  12  m 

C.  J.  Wallis,  sr.  photographer,  12  m.  at  $1,920  (less  1  d.) 

O.  J.  Warren,  elk.  sten.,  Dec.  14  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,020 

A.  E.  Watterson,  chief  clerk,  12  m 

G.  T.  Weaver,  elk.,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $1,080  (retired) 

E.  E.  Webb,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

E.  M.  Webb,  elk.,  12  m 

N.  J.  Weekes,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,020  (less  \  d.) 

M.  White,  library  helper,  12  m.  at  $1,000  (less  ded.) 

D.  W.  W.  Whitney,  office  boy,  12  m 

B.  Whitten,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

D.  G.  Whittle,  dep'tl  accountant,  gr.  4,  12  m 

N.  I.  Wickware,  elk.  sten.,  12  m 

C.  W.  Wilkins,  office  boy,  Oct.  4  to  Mar.  31  at  $300 

J.  F.  Wilkinson,  jr.  elk.,  12  m 

E.  G.  W  illimott,  elk.,  12  m 

J.  A.  Wilson,  j.sst.  director  and  secretary,  C.A.F.,  12  m 

A.  C.  Wiltshire,  prin.  elk.,  12  m 

R.  V.  Wiseman,  sr.  elk.  b'k  k'p'r,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $1,620  (retired) 

B.J.  Witt,  jr.  file  elk.,  12  m 

L.  M.  Woodburn,  elk.  sten.,  12  m.  at  $1,300  (less  10  d!) 

W.  G.  Wurtele,  sr.  audit  elk.,  12  m 

S.  Wyatt,  jr.  elk.,  April  1  to  July  14  at  $£00  (resigned) 


cts 


cts. 


1,243  56 

720  00 

210  00 

8  0  00 

236  25 

1,140  00 

72  00 

1,0c  0  00 

315  00 

1,0  0  00 

72  00 

840  00 

315  00 

6"0  00 

42  00 

2,340  00 

60  00 

1,200  00 

60  00 

1,980  00 

61  .r0 

1,260  00 

297  00 

1,077  £0 

72  00 

812  51 

259  05 

2,400  00 

60  00 

1,140  00 

72  00 

1,181  83 

301  ro 

945  00 

222  75 

1,0  0  :o 

71  81 

1,140  00 

72  00 

l,.r00  00 

1 . 260  00 

297  00 

3.300  00 

7*0  00 

94  50 

1,000  00 

315  00 

2,2*0  00 

60  00 

1,260  00 

297  00 

l,.r30  00 

231  ro 

2,2*0  00 

60  00 

2,040  00 

60  00 

1,6*0  00 

1 , 4  0  00 

270  00 

1,260  00 

2,730  00 

1,132  26 

56  61 

1,0*0  00 

315  00 

1,140  00 

315  00 

1,200  00 

60  00 

1,315  00 

5.r0  00 

2,280  00 

60  00 

6~0  16 

70  32 

1,140  00 

72  00 

1,320  00 

116  25 

1,914  58 

62  82 

304  35 

13  95 

3,4*0  00 

720  00 

210  00 

1,020  00 

83  25 

1,0,0  00 

315  00 

1,0  8  -r8 

83  13 

996  22 

83  25 

420  00 

14  51 

£00  00 

94  50 

3,000  00 

1,260  00 

297  00 

147  f8 

27  67 

£00  00 

315  00 

1,0<C0  00 

315  00 

4,r00  00 

2,040  00 

60  00 

40"  00 

40  ro 

£00  00 

315  00 

1,264  24 

288  82 

1.440  00 

(»)  1,115  48 

258  87 

27  16 

1 JL854.48  Bonus  arrears  from  Aug.  8,  1919  to  Mar.  31,  1923.    P.C.  147-1229,  July  17,  1924. 


Q— 10 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


$     cts 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


War  Employees — Personnel  militaire 

Chief  Accountant's  Branch — Division  de  la  comptabilitS — 

C.  A.  Brouillet,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $4 

H.  F.  Cook,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $4  (less  1  d.  and  $2.50  deductions). 

E.  G.  Coolin,  auditor,  12  m 

W.  C.  Havdon,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3. 75 

G.  P.  Little,  clerk,  12  m 

T.  J.  McCoy,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $50  (less  9  d.  and  $2  de 

ductions) 

R.  McCracken,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3.75  (less  *  d.) 

J.  McDonald,  district  auditor,  12  m 

P.  May.  clerk,  366  d.  at  $4. 50 

J.  H.  Neville,  61  d.  to  M  y  31  at  $3 .50 

E.  Noel,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3  (less  2  d.  and  $1  deduction) 

F.  S.  Sawyer,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3,50..* 

E.  G.  Tupper,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $5.75 

Contracts  Branch — Division  des  contrats — 

W.  C.  Blanche,  clerk,  330£  d.  to  Feb.  26  at  $2.65  (deceased). . . 

J.  T.  Boynton,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 .40 

T.  Curtis,  draughtsman.  2  in.  to  May  31  at  $125 

A.  E.  Esdaile,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $5 

E.  A.  Lacelle,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3.65  (less  3  d.) 

A.  E.  McColl,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $4 .25 

T.  A.  Smith,  labourer,  Mar.  26  to  31  at  $3. 50 

H.  J.  Stanistreet,  clerk,  255  d.  to  Dec.  11  at  $4 

E.  Webb,  examiner,  12  m 

W.  G.  West,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $4.25 

Central  Registry — Bureau  central  des  archives — 

J.  E.  Crawford,  clerk,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $80 

H.  Paynter,  messenger,  366  d.  at  $3 

J.  E.  Smith,  clerk.  366  d.  at  $2.75  (less  2  d.) ; 

Stores  Audit  Board — Commission  du  controle  des  approvisionne- 
ments — 

G.  C.  Anderson,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3.50 

L.  N.  Gallien,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

S.  G.  Retallick,  clerk.  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

E.  Trew,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3 .50 

Director  of  Pay  Services,  Separation  Allowances  and  Assigned  Pay 
Branch — Directeur  du  service  de  solde,  allocations  de  separa- 
tion— 

A.  Barber,  clerk,  July  19  to  Oct.  18  at  $80 

R.  L.  Goldie,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $4.25 

W.  J.  Quinn,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $5 

E.  Trepanier,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2 

J.  Underwood,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $4.: 50 

Adjutant  General's  Branch — Division  de  l'adjudant  g6n6ral — 

J.  A.  Doyle,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.15 

E.  Grafton,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1 .85 

H.  C.Johnstone,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.15  (less  2  d.) 

F.  G.  Pearson,  fireman,  12  m 

H.  S.  Quinn,  366  d.  at  $3 

K.  Wilson,  stenographer,  April  1  to  6  at  $2.15  (less  §  d.) 

Printing  and  Stationery  Branch — Division  des  impressions  et  de  la 

papeterie — 
E.  Ball,  clerk-stenographer,  Aug.  27  to  Mar.  3  at  $960  (less  1$  d. 

and  $14  deductions)   

E.  Campbell,  stenographer,  24  d.  from  Mar.  8  at  $960 

0.  E.  Casault,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3 

P.  Pollock,  stenographer,  29  d.  from  Mar.  3  at  $960 

J.  M.  Simard,  clerk,  12  m 

V.  V.  Smirle,  stenographer,  22  d.  from  Mar.  10  at  $960 

J.  Stein,  stenographer,  19  d.  from  Mar.  13  at  $960 

J.  E.  Vanexan,  clerk.  366  d.  at  $2.65 

M.  E.  Whitelaw,  clerk-stenographer,  Aug.  27  to  Mar.  31  at  $960. 

Assistant    Deputy    Minister's   Branch — Division   du   sous   ministre 
adjoint — 
P.  V.  McGowan,  typist,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2  (less  2\  d.) 

1.  McNaughton,  typist,  244  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $1  65  (less  1  d.). 

M.  B.  Murphy,  stenographer,  244  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $2 

I.  Rivest,  stenographer,  July  23  to  Oct.  22  at  $80 

S.  Scharf,  clerk,  127  d.  to  Aug.  5  at  $2.50  (less  5  d.) 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


cts. 


1,464  00 

1,457  50 

1,800  00 

1,372  ro 

960  00 

383  21 

1,3~0  62 

1,800  00 

1,647  00 

213  50 

1,091  00 

1,281  00 

2, 104  50 

875  82 

207  40 

2"0  00 

1,830  00 

211  70 

1,555  50 

21  00 

1,020  00 

1,800  00 

259  25 

240  00 

1,008  00 

1,001  00 

1,281  00 

183  00 

183  00 

1,281  00 

240  00 

1,555  50 

30  "^  00 

122  00 

1,647  00 

131  15 

112  85 

126  85 

900  00 

1,098  00 

11  82 

482  68 

61  94 

1,098  00 

74  84 

780  00 

56  77 

49  03 

969  90 

572  90 

117  00 

400  95 

488  00 

240  00 

305  00 

NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


Q-11 


Abate- 
ments 

Fond s  de 
retraite 

National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 

Salary 

Traite- 
ments 

Bonus 
Boni 

%     cts. 

War  Employees — Con. — Personnel  mililaire — Suite 

Engineer's  Branch — Division  des  mecaniciens — 

W.  Bullock,  fireman,  (part  time)  April  1  to  30,  Nov.  24  to  Mar. 
31  at  $15 

$       cts. 

78  50 

75  00 

280  00 

318  17 

1,400  00 
1,277  £0 

376  13 
2,340  00 

979  84 
1,600  00 

6"8  80 
2,318  22 

706  36 

437  50 
950  97 
960  00 

1,281  00 
1,800  00 

10  75 
1,326  50 

319  32 
960  00 

922  50 

969  00 

1,051  50 

366  00 

45  00 
747  00 

60  00 
186  00 
915  00 
870  00 
123  00 

21  00 

18  00 

438  00 
523  50 
483  00 

36  00 
103  50 

439  50 
21  00 

945  00 
55  50 
492  00 
583  50 
969  90 
931  50 
915  00 
552  00 
138  00 
132  00 
121  50 

638  67 
198  25 
305  00 
152  50 
640  00 
509  54 
160  00 
125  05 

S       cts. 

A.  Dalglish,  fireman,  1  m.  to  April  30 

7  87 

T.  C.  Hare,  foreman,  Feb.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  SI ,  680 

R.  H.  Innes,  painter,  April  1  to  June  23  at  $115  (deceased) 

Chief  General  Staff — Chef  du  personnel  principal — 

A.  W.  Black,  head  clerk,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $200 

35  00 

G.  T.  Bowen,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3.f0  (less  1  d.) 

296  20 

A.  H.  Brearley,  clerk,  April  1  to  July  13  at  $1,320  (deceased) 

W.  Davidson,  clerk,  12m 

79  50 

H.  H.  Dickinson   fitter,  Aug.  6  to  Mar.  31  at  $125... 

W.  C.  Dodd,  machinist,  8  m.  at  $125,  4  m.  at  $150 

I.  H.  Dolan,  typist,  366  d.  at  $1 .80 

94  50 

W.  Douglas,  head  clerk,  12  m.  at  $200  (less  $81 .78  deductions). . . 
I.  For  ier,  typist,  366  d.  at  $1.95  (less  3£  d.  and  50c.  deductions) 
E.  Goffin,  draughtsman,  Nov.  26  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,260 

60  00 
315  00 

A.  H.  Hagar,  clerk,  12  m.  at  $80  (less  3|  d.) 

312  04 

R.  S.  Meade,  clerk,  12  m 

315  00 

E.  Pye,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3.50 

297  00 

J.  Scanlon,  clerk,  12  m 

Quartermaster  General's  Branch — Division  du  quartier— malt  re  gene- 
ral— 

1  31 

J.  Latimer,  blacksmith,  2653  h.  to  Mar.  31  at  50c 

J.  E.  Mattice,  stenographer,  127  d.  to  Aug.  5  at  $2.65  (less  6§  d.) 
M.  E.  Mead,  stenographer,  12  m.  at  $80 

27  33 
315  00 

Headquarters  Depot,  Canadian  Ordnance  Corps — Depot  central,  du 
corps  de  l'artillerie  canadienne— 
B.  Barnett,  labourer,  307£  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

T.  Bennett,  labourer,  323  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3... 

W.  D.  Carnwath,  shoemaker,  366  d.  at  $3  (less  15|  d.) 

301  81 

A.  Couvrette,  labourer,  122  d.  to  Mar  31  at  $3 

J.  Cronesberry,  labourer,  15  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

F.  Delaney,  labourer,  249  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

A.  E.  Fenton,  labourer,  20  d.  to  Sept.  30  at  $3 

F.  W.  Fenton,  labourer,  62  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

R.  Findlay,  labourer,  366  d.  at  $2.50 

315  00 

J.  Floyd,  labourer,  290  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

N.  Gajme,  labourer,  41  d.  to  June  30  at  $3 

A.  H.  Goudie,  labourer,  7  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

J.  L.  Goudie,  labourer,  6  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3.....' 

I.  Harman,  labourer.  146,  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

W.  H.  Herbert,  labourer,  174J  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

E.  Hollamby,  labourer,  161  d.  to  Mar  31  at  $3 

J.  Johnson,  labourer,  12  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

S.  Johnson,  labourer,  34£  d.  to  Mar  31  at  $3 

A.  H.  Little,  labourer,  146§  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

E.  Mackin,  labourer,  7  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

J.  G.  McConnell,  labourer,  315  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

C.  W.  Mison,  labourer,  18§  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

G.  W.  Nicholls,  labourer,  164  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

J.  O'Donovan,  labourer,  194§  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

A.  Parkinson,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $2-65 

315  00 

W.  H.  Perkins,  labourer,  310£  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

N.  Poirier,  labourer,  366  d.  at  $2.50 

94  50 

F.  Sauve,  labourer,  184  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3  

R.  Simpson,  labourer,  46  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

S.  Tucker,  labourer,  44  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

J.  Wells,  labourer,  40?  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3 

Record  Office — Bureau  des  archives — 

L.  A.  Albert,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80  (less  §  d.) 

209  56 

W.  Ardern,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3.25 

52  50 

J.  F.  Askwith,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $5 

15  66 

R.  L.  Babin,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.50 

15  74 

E.  Bartlett,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80. .           

210  00 

F.  E.  Bates,  clerk,  244  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $2.15  (less  7  d.) 

204  04 

R.  Baxter,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

5  2  50 

A.  M.  Bergeron,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2-05 

15  74 

Q— 12 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


$     cts 


War  Empl  yecs — Con. — Personnel  militairc — Suite 

Record  Office — Co  ti^wd — Bureau  des  archives — Suite 

G.  B.  Blackburn,  clerk,  244  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $4.50  (less  1  d.) 

W.  R.  Blyth,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

F.  E.  Brazeau,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80 

C.  Bromley,  clerk,  61  d.  to  Mav  31  at  $4 

D.  C.  L.  Browne,  stenog  ;  ,pher,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.40  (less  lid.) 

S.  G.  Burgess,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $5  (less  4  d.  and  $1  deductions) 

A.  H.Campbell,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1.80  (less^d.) 

E.  Cassidy,  clerk,  91  d.  to  June  30  at  $2.25 

A.  G.  Chapman,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

J.  H.  Cole,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2 

V.  Cowan,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $75 

B.  B.  Davis,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $1.85 

J.  A.  Delaney,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

J.  Devlin,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

E.  E.  Lewar,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.40;  less  5  d.  (overpay- 

ment $3) 

A.  Dupuis,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1 .90 

D.  J.  L.  Ferguson,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3.25 

W.  Fidoe,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

A.  E.  Galloway,  clerk,  Apr.  1  to  June  25  at  $75 

L.  Gillespie,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1.95 

F.  Ginsberg,  typist,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2 

G.  Graham,  clerk.  Apr.  1  to  Oct.  9  at  $75  (resigned) 

W.  W.  Graham,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.65 

L.  Gravelle,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

P.  G.  Graves,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.65  (less  h  d.) 

L.  A.  Hall,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $2.75 

F.  Hamblin,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

F.  D.  M.  Hammond,  clerk,  Apr.  1  to  July  31  at  $2,080 

J.  Hanratty,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

A.  Harness,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  S80 

W.  J.  Heal,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

G.  E.  Heath,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

J.  E.  Hobson,  clerk,  12  m.  at  $80 

C.  H.  Holland,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

A.  C.  Hollister,  clerk,  12  m.  at  $80 

L.  Holway,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3.25 

K.  N.  Hopkinson,  clerk,  244  d.  to   Nov.  30  at  $2  (less  §  d.) 

M.  J.  Hoult,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1.90 

A.  A.  Hunt,  clerk,  75  d.  to  June  14  at  $1.90 

E.  Johnson,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

C.  P.  Johnstone,  clerk,  12  m.  at  $80 

C.  H.  Kennedy,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

A.  Kerr,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

S.  Kuhl,  stenographer.  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.50 

P.  M.  Lachance,  clerk.  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1  -85 

J.  Lacompte,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80  Hess  £  d.)..' 

H.  L.  Laughlin.  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3  (less  3^  d.) 

T.  McK.  Maclndoe,  clerk,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $80 

L.  A.  McCarthy,  clerk,  3  d.  to  Apr.  3  at  $2.65;  May  11  to  Mar.  31. 

less  §  d.  at  $80 

W.  C.  McDonald,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

W.  McEwan,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80  (leas  1  d.) 

E.  G.  MeFeat,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $170  (less  9|  d.) 

L.  J.  McGinnis,  clerk,  Apr.  1  to  Sept.  10,   e.-w  £  d.  at  $80 

D.  Mclntyre,  clerk,  8  M.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80 

J.  G.  McKenzie,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.40 

G.  A.  McNeil,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $4.75 

C.  C.  Mahoney,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1.95  (less  \  d.) 

A.  Matthews,  stenographer,  Apr.  1  to  May  9,  le.ss  \  d.  at  $2.50.. . 

C.  M.  Moore,  clerk,  244  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $2.65  (less  2}  d.) 

A.  Morel,  clerk.  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

O.  L.  Morgan,  clerk,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $80  (less  \\  d.) 

W.J.  Mullin,  clerk,  Apr.  1  to  Aug.  22  at  $80  (less  \  d.) 

M.  E.  Murphy,  clerk,  91  d.  to  May  31  at  $1 .80 

A.  E.  Nagle,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1.90 

L.  G.  O.Meara,  Clerk.  366  d.  at  $1.85 

D.  N.  Paquctte,  clerk.  2  m.  to  Mav  31  at  $80  (less  $64  deductions) 
G.  Powell,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3  (less  £  d.) 


cts 


1,093  50 

160  00 

640  00 

244  00 

120  00 

1,809  00 

108  90 

204  75 

160  00 

122  00 

150  00 

677  10 

160  00 

160  00 

148  20 

115  90 

198  25 

160  00 

212  50 

118  95 

122  00 

471  77 

161  65 

160  00 

160  32 

1,006  50 

183  00 

6S3  32 

183  00 

160  00 

160  00 

160  00 

960  00 

183  00 

960  00 

198  25 

487  00 

115  90 

142  50 

160  00 

960  00 

183  00 

160  00 

152  50 

112  85 

638  71 

1,087  50 

400  00 

860  81 

160  00 

637  42 

1,307  54 

425  33 

640  00 

146  40 

1,738  50 

117  97 

96  25 

639  97 

160  00 

396  00 

375  44 

163  80 

115  90 

677  10 

96  00 

181  50 

NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


Q— 13 


Abate- 
ments 

Fondsde 
retraite 


National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 


Salary 

Traite- 
ments 


Bonus 
Boni 


%     cts. 


War  Employees — Continued — Personnel  militaire=S\iite 

Record  Office — Concluded — B  neau  des  archives — Fin 

J.  A.  Racine,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

S.  Regan,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.65  (less  Id.) 


T. 
H. 
W. 
C. 
A. 
G. 
G. 


M.  Reid,  clerk,  167  d.  to  Sept.  14  at  $1.95  (less  11|  d.) 

L.  Reilly,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.75 

G.  Roberts,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

H.  Roche,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80  (less  5  d.) 

I.  Roger,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.65 

Rook,  clerk,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $80 

J.  Ruddy,  clerk.  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $80  less  $87.31  deductions 

while  in  S.C.R 

S.  M.  Russell,  clerk.  366  d.  at  $2.75  (less  £  d.) 

B.  C.  St.  Germain,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

C.  W.  Sarel,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $6.15 

J.  P.  Shaw,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80 

J.  Simard,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $75 

J.  Simpson,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $3 

A.  W.  Sloan,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80  (less  Id.).... 

G.  L.  Smiley,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.25 

I.  M.  Smith,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1.85  (less  lj  d.) 

T.  Smith,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

N.  W.  Snape,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

N.  M.  Stevens,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2 

Y.  Tessier,  clerk,  366  d.  at  $2  (less  34  d.) 

H.  S.  Thomas,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $3 

J.  H.  Thompson,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

J.  R.  Thompson,  clerk,  12  m.  at  $80  (less  14|  d.) 

C.  J.  Tighe,  clerk,  61  d.  to  may  31  at  $2.75  (less  £  d.).. 

Tremblay,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

H.  Trick,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $2.50  (less  £  d.). 

H.  Turner,  clerk,  61  d.  to  May  31  at  $1 .90 

H.  Walder,  clerk,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $80  (less  3  d).. 

Walmsley ,  clerk,  Apr.  1  to  Sept.  18  at  $80 

M.  Warren,  clerk,  Apr.  1  to  30 


O.  J.  Warren,  clerk,  257  d.  to  Dec.  13  at  $2.65 

W.  K.  Weatherley,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

F.  E.  Weinling,  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

N.  R.  Wright,  clerk,  Apr.  1  to  Nov.  6  at  $105 

Signals  and  Test  Branch— Division  des  signaux  et  des  essais — 

F.  Burgess,  electrician,  July  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $150 

A.  G.  Felix,  electrician,  July  30  to  Mar.  31  at  $115 

H.  B.  McLachlin,  electrician,  June  26  to  Mar.  31  at  $150 

M.  W.  Waller,  mech.  draughtsman,  Jan.  23  to  Mar  31  at  $105 

Imperial   War   Graves  Commission — Commission   des   tombes   de 
guerre  imperiales — 
Col.  H.  C.  Osborne,  sec.  gen.  12  m 

G.  H.  Brown,  clerk  ass't,  12  m 

M.  Stiles,  stenographer,  3  m.  at  $960;  9  m.  at  $1,080 

A.  L.  Watson,  chief  clerk,  12  m 

Topographic  Survey — Service  de  leves  topographiques — 

T.  G.  Caldwell,  eng.  helper,  64  d.  to  Sept.  28  at  $2.70 

A.  Hoare,  cook,  June  9  to  Oct.  26  at  $2.70 

H.  W.  Hooke,  jr.  topographic  engineer,  12  m 

N.  E.  Loney,  truck  driver,  181  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $2.70 

W.  Lowden,  eng.  helper,  Oct.  10  to  Nov.  18  at  $2.70 

M.  A.  McAuley,  eng.  helper,  July  21  to  Nov.  7  at  $2.70 

J.  Mirabelle,  cook,  June  27  to  Oct.  28  at  $2.70 

A.  Phelan,  eng.  helper,  Oct.  16  to  Nov.  18  at  $2.70 

C.  H.  Seaton,  jr.  topographic  eng.  May  1  to  Oct.  2  at  $140 

A.  L.  Smith,  eng.  helper,  Nov.  1  to  17  at  $2.70 

H.  Smith,  eng.  helper,  Oct.  1  to  20  at  $2.70 

A.  G.  Tuttle,  lithographic  prover,  Feb.  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,820. . . 
Naval  Services — Service  naval — 

L.  Allarie,  office  boy,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $25  (less  3|  d.) 

A.  Beaton,  jr.  clerk  typist,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $50 

L.  J.  Choquette,  jr.  clerk-typist,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $50 

G.  Cloutier,  stenographer,  366  d.  at  $2.25  (less  111  d.  and  $11.50 
deductions) 


cts 


$      cts. 


160  00 

52  50 

159  00 

13  63 

303  22 

133  45 

167  75 

52  50 

183  00 

52  50 

146  67 

12  70 

161  65 

13  86 

400  00 

131  25 

312  69 

65  08 

1,005  12 

83  25 

160  00 

52  50 

2,250  90 

60  00 

640  00 

210  00 

150  00 

52  50 

1,008  00 

315  00 

157  33 

51  62 

137  25 

15  74 

110  07 

15  35 

160  00 

52  50 

160  00 

13  86 

122  00 

15  74 

664  00 

85  94 

183  00 

52  50 

160  00 

52  50 

921  33 

302  31 

166  37 

52  06 

160  00 

52  50 

151  25 

52  06 

115  90 

15  74 

392  26 

128  71 

448  00 

147  00 

80  00 

26  25 

681  05 

69  30 

160  00 

52  50 

160  00 

52  50 

756  00 

178  20 

1,311  29 

927  42 

1,375  00 

240  48 

56  69 

6,000  00 

600  00 

1,050  00 

2,400  00 

172  80 

378  00 

1,680  00 

488  70 

108  00 

297  00 

334  80 

91  80 

709  03 

45  SO 

54  00 

256  37 

14  22 

72  11 

1  25 

100  00 

15  74 

100  00 

9  36 

786  11 


308  21 


-14 


AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retraite 

National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 

Salary 

Traite- 
ments 

Bonus 
Boni 

$     cts. 

War  Employees — Con. — Personnel  militaire — Suite 

Naval  services — Concluded — Service  naval — Fin 

J.  C.  E.  Cole,  sr.  clerk,  Nov.  7  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,320 

$       cts. 

528  00 

33  33 

720  00 

960  00 

108  32 

240  00 

108  32 

820  00 

600  00 

5  16 

3  33 

718  00 

879  50 

63  33 

5  33 

55  24 

16  77 

160  00 

2,349  00 
160  00 
130  00 
170  00 
100  00 
129  17 
490  32 
375  00 
62  60 

1,320  00 
270  00 
100  00 
220  00 
154  67 

1,309  00 

2,142  50 
307  10 
16  13 
140  77 
220  00 
415  48 
320  00 

705  00 
640  00 
208  00 
162  58 
300  00 
220  00 

1,320  00 
560  00 
960  00 
42  50 
600  00 
137  94 

2,670  00 
80  00 
160  00 
21  77 
307  10 
122  11 
550  00 
188  06 

1,020  00 

$       cts. 
Ill  60 

C.  H.  Devine,  office  boy,  Nov.  21  to  Dec.  31  at  $25 

R.  P.  Field,  audit  clerk,  9  m.  to  Dec.  31  at  $80 

236  25 

W.  Jowitt,  jr.  clerk,  12  m 

83  25 

N.  Leach,  jr.  clerk-typist,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $650 

15  74 

K.  L.  Leaver,  clerk-stenographer,  July  21  to  Oct.  20  at  $80 

D.  L.  LeCain,  jr.  acct.  clerk,  May  1  to  June  30  at  $650 

20  79 
15  74 

R.  Lee,  jr.  clerk,  12  m 

94  50 

H.  Leslie,  jr.  file  clerk,  12  m 

94  50 

D.  Locke,  clerk-stenographer,  2  d.  at  $80 

M.  Maxwell,  jr.  clerk-stenographer,  2  d.  at  $50 

0  31 

M.  McDonald,  jr.  clerk,  12  m.  at  $720  (less  Id.) 

94  44 

K.  McKinnon,  stenographer,  366  d.  at  $2.50  (less  14  d.  and  50c. 
deductions) 

306  52 

G.  J.  Mineau,  office  boy,  April  1  to  June  16  at  $25 

11  86 

C.  Nezan,  file  clerk,  2  d.  April  at  $80 

1  75 

H.  S.  Patterson,  office  boy,  Jan.  25  to  Mar.  31  at  $25  (less  \  d.). . 
R.  White,  furnace  man,  part  time,  Jan.  1  to  31,  Feb.  12  to  29  at $10 
Canadian  Air  Force — Aeronautique  du  Canada — 

F.  Baker,  typist,  April  1  to  May  31  at  S960 

13  86 

W.  E.  Baker,  storekeeper,  9  m.  at  $2,040;  91  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $6; 
subsistence  $273 

45  00 

W.  S.  Bond,  stores  clerk,  April  1  to  May  31  at  $960 

52  50 

R.  J.  Bradley,  packer,  April  1  to  May  31  at  $65 

52  50 

G.  Bridger,  clerk-bookkeeper,  April  1  to  May  31  at  $85 

13  86 

G.  A.  Bruce,  jr.  clerk,  April  1  to  May  31  at  $50 

52  50 

F.  K.  Campbell,  jr.  clerk,  April  1  to  June  18,  |  d.  at  $50 

20  33 

E.  Charland,  typist,  April  1  to  Oct.  4  at  $80 

40  97 

A.  E.  Church,  photographer,  April  1  to  June  15  at  $1,800 

24  77 

F.  E.  Daley,  office  boy,  April  1  to  June  20  at  $25  less  5  d 

R.  O.  Dawson,  sr.  elk.-stenographer,  12  m 

E.  S.  Dixon,  air  eng.  fitter,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $135 

K.  A.  Doyle,  jr.  typist,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $50 

9  36 

L.  R.  Failes,  air  rigger,  June  1  to  July  31  at  $1,320 

E.  G.  Gaudry,  file  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80,  (less  2d.) 

E.  J.  Hayes,  sr.  acct.  clerk,  12  m.  at  $1,320  (less  3d.) 

13  40 
276  67 

J.  H.  Hector,  storekeeper,  9  m.  at  $2,040,  91  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $6; 
subsistence   $66  50 

A.  T.  1  irsch,  clerk-bookkeeper,  April  1  to  July  19  at  $85 

LVD   Horton   office  boy    Dec.  12  to  31  at  $25 

94  84 

H.  Huband,  office  by,  Sept.  10  to  Feb.  27  at  $25  (resigned) 

G.  R.  Hutt,  air  eng.  fitter,  2  m.  to  Mar.  31,  1923,  at  $1,320 

H.  S.  Ivey,  sr.  clerk-bookkeeper,  April  1  to  July  19  at  $115 

B.  Johnstone,  clerk-stenographer,  4  m.  to  July  31  at  $80 

84  00 
52  50 

D.  VV.  Johnstone,  storekeeper,  April  1  to  June  15  at  $150;  Feb.  11 
to  Mar.  31  at  $4.10;  subsistence,  $125 

24  77 

A.  J.  Jones,  clerk,  8  m.  to  Nov.  30  at  $80 

210  00 

M.  B.  Kiell,  acct.  clerk,  April  1  to  June  18  at  $80 

18  02 

29  47 

H.  L.  Lepot,  pr.  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $150 

J.  B.  Macfie,  air  rigger,  June  1  to  July  31  at  $1,320 

T.  McDonald,  sr.  acct.  clerk,  12  m 

279  00 

L.  McManus,  clerk-stenographer,  7  m.  to  Oct.  31  at  $80 

48  51 

A.  T.  Miller,  audit  clerk,  12  m 

315  00 

E.  Milner,  stores  clerk,  April  1  to  15  at  $1,020 

3  46 

F.  M.  Montgomery,  jr.  clerk-typist,  12  m 

94  50 

D.  O'Connell,  office  boy,  June  12  to  Nov.  28  at  $25  (less  1§  d.) 

E.  R.  Owen,  3  m.  at  $2,580;  9  m.  at  $2,700 

25  83 

A.  Parisien,  clerk-typist,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $65  (less  refund  $50) . . 
W.  J.  P'earce,  file  clerk,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

14  80 

52  50 

G.  P.  Fearson,  office  boy,  May  5  to  31  at  $25 

4  08 

G.  P.  Rathwell,  clerk-bookkeeper,  April  1  to  July  19  at  $85 

W.  Reynolds,  office  boy,  April  1  to  Aug.  31  at  $25  (less  3^  d.) 

W.  P.  Robertson,  sr.  acct.  clerk,  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,320 

L.  Sandles,  air  eng.  fitter,  April  1  to  May  22  at  $1,320 

25  04 

116  25 
39  75 

W.  H.  Scovell,  dept.  librarian,  12  m 

315  00 

NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE 


Q— 15 


Abate- 
ments 

Fonds  de 
retarite 

National  Defence:  Salaries  at  Ottawa 
Defense  nationale:  Traitements  a  Ottawa 

Salary 

Traite- 
ments 

Bonus 
Boni 

$     cts. 

War  Employees — Concluded — Personnel  militaire — Fin 

Canadian  Air  Force — Con. — Aeronautique  du  Canada — Fin 

F.  T.  Sear,  stores  clerk,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $80  (less  9£  d.) 

H.  Tremblay,  air  rigger,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $133.25;  July  1  to  Aug. 
27  at  SI, 320;  less  $5.01 

$       cts. 

214  67 

600  55 
160  00 

437  28 

$       cts. 

70  44 
43  50 

K.  Virtue, clerk-stenographer,  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $80 

13  86 

A.  E.  Wright,  air  eng.  fitter,  June  24  to  Aug.  23  at  $1,320;  gratuity, 
$220 

Total* 

32,627  05 

840,099  27 

77,493  ^2 

Charged  as  follows — 

Minister,  Statutory 7, 043  00 

Civil  Government  Salaries 659, 170  32 

Salaries  and  Wages 1,878  50 

Engineer  Services 598  17 

Fermanent  Force 6, 905  13 

Topographical  Survey 4,616  40 

Adjustment  of  War  Claims 113, 619  20 

Imperial  War  Graves 10, 050  00 

Dominion  Arsenal,  Lindsay 2,280  00 

Naval  Service,  Vote  112 6, 188  08 

Naval  Service,  Vote  111 4,334  77 

Air  Service 23,415  70 


840.099  27 


•Superannuation  Fund  No.  1. 
||Superannuation  Fund  No.  2. 
fM.ilitia  Tensions  Fund. 
$35  years'  service  completed. 


Q— 16  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Vote  5:  Civil  Government  Contingencies  $       cts. 

Credit  5:  Depenses  contingentes  du  gouvernement  civil 

Stationery    Office   supplies,    $13,067.62;    King's    Printer's    account,    $3,668.99....        16.736  61 

Subscriptions  to  newspapers,  $329.65;  telephone  messages,  $1,440.50 1,770  15 

Telegrams,   $10,453.33;    supplies   for   Minister's   private    car,   $2,262.58 12,715  91 

Washing   towels,   $429.28;    D.   Davies,   removal    expenses,    Ottawa    to   Toronto, 

$160.12 589  40 

Removal  expenses  of  S.  L.  Miller,  Ottawa  to  Calgary 690  90 

Excise  stamps:  for  use  of  Minister.  $20;  sundries.  $455.24 475  24 

Travelling  expenses:  Hon.  E.  M.  Macdonald,  $2,705.06 ;  C.  E.  Angers,  $36.89;  A.  E. 

Attheld.  $843.85;    W.   E.   Baker.   $60.12;    D.    Larry,   $282.86;    R.   J.    Baxter, 

$17.20;   N.  E.  Beach,  $126  37;   R.  P.  Brown,  $120.33;   J.  E.  Browne,  $175; 

C.  C.  Davis,  $32.94;   R.  T.  Davis,  $153.65;   E.  T.  Farrington,  $479.76;    C. 

Ferrill,    $14.28;    J.    E.    Fraser,    $1,778.73;    E.    Haines,    $452.43;    J.    Haines, 

$16.07;  J.  C.  Hay.  $817.68;  E.  M.  Hinev,  $68.87;  G.  Hornsey,  $1.50;  J.  E. 

Houghton,  $1,001.44;  B.  R.  King,  $7.72;  E.  Lisle,  $22747;  C.  E.  Long,  $280.49; 

J.  Macdonald,  $2;  H.  E.  Maple,  $17.32;  J.  A.  McCann,  $26;   S.  L.  Miller, 

$361.89;   R.  Pearson,  $16  07;   W.  J.  Perkin,  $41.04;   M.  F.  Phelan,  $689  01; 

G.  L.  Pittman,  $154.01;   E.  A.  Plamondon.  $832.27;   F.  X.  Talbot.  $34.59; 

A    Thomas,  $825.16;   J.  A.  Wilson,  $382.38;   H.  F.  Sherrit,  $10.11;   A.  E. 

Watterson,  $6.66 13.099  22 

46.077  43 
Less— Charged  to  Topographic  Survey 4.182  97 

Total 41.894  46 


Vote  96:  Pay  of  Staff — Credit  96:  Solde  de  TEtat-major 

Headquarters  Sfaff — Etat-major  des  quartiers  generaux — 

Armstrong,  F.  L.  lt.-col.,  director  of  records:  12  m.,  $4,100;  allowances,  $1,100; 

arrears,  $16.66.   5.216  66 

Ashton,  E.  C,  major-general,  quartermaster  general,  12  m 7.500  00 

Bridges,  J.  W.,  col.,  director  general   of  medical   services,   12   m 6,000  00 

Brown.  J.  S.,  lt.-col.,  director  of  military  operations  and  intelligence:   12  m., 

$4.300 ;    allowances,  $1,100 5,400  00 

Burstnll,   Sir  H.   E.,  It.-general,  inspector  general,   April   1   to   Oct.  28,   at 

$9  000 5,177  41 

Caldwell,  A.  C,  col.,  director  of  engineer  services:    12  m.,  $4,100;    allow- 
ances, $1,100 5.200  00 

Clarke,  E.  E.,  col.,  director  of  supplies  and  transport:   April  1-17  at  $4,800, 

April  18  to  March  31  at  $4,300;  allowances.  $666.92 4,990  51 

Fiset,  Sir  E.,  major-general,  president  Militia  Council,  12  m 4,500  00 

Gisborne,  W.  W.  P.,  lt.-col.,  director  of  personal  services:    12   m.,  $4,300; 

allowances,   $1,100;    allowance   acting    adjutant    general,    $1,074.98 6,474  96 

Gillin,  M.  C..  major,  director  of  equipment  and  ordnance:  2  m.  at  $2,800, 

10  m.  to  March  31  at  $3.600 ;  allowances,  $683.32 4,149  98 

Hill,  S.  H.,  lt.-col..  director  of  phvsical  training  and  cadet  services:  6  m.  at 

$3,900,  6   m.  at   $4,100;    allowances,   $1,100 5,100  00 

Lambert,  A.  O.,  lt.-col.,  director  of  pay  services:   12  m.,  $3,700;  allowances, 

$700 4  400  00 

MacBrien,  J.  H.,  major-general,  chief  of  staff,  12  m 9,000  00 

McNausrhton,  A.  G.  L.,  director  of  training  and  staff  duties:  April  1  to  Nov. 

9  at  $4,100,  Nov.  10  to  March  31  at  $4,300;  allowances,  $1,100 5.278  30 

Morrison,  Sir  E.,  major-general,  adjutant  general,  12  m 7,500  00 

Orde.  R.  J.,  temp,  lt.-col..  judge  advocate  general:  12  m.,  $3,600;  allowances, 

$1,100 4.700  00 

Panet.  H.  A.,  major-general,  adjutant  general,  9  m.  to  March  31  at  $7.500 5,625  00 

Military  District  No.  1 — District  militaire  No.  1 — 

Corrigall,  D.  J.,  major,  G.S.O.:   12  m.,  $3,400:   dependents'  allowance  $400         3,800  00 
King,  W.  B.  M.,  brig-general,  D.O.C.:  12  m.  $6,000,  less  allowance  for  quar- 
ters   $700 5,300  00 

Ware,  F.  B.,  capt.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  12  m.  $4,300,  dependents'  allowance,  $400, 

arrears,  $16.32;  less  overpayment  previous  vears,  $71.15 4,645  17 

Military  District  No.  2 — District  militaire  No.  2— 

Boak,  H.  E..  lt.-col.,.  G.S.O.:   12  m.  $4,300;  dependents'  allowance  $400....         4,700  00 
Borden,  A.  H.,  col.,  D.O.C.:  9  m.  to  March  31,  at  $6,000;  transfer  allowance 

$75 4.575  00 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  Q— 17 

Vote  96:  Pay  of  Staff— Concluded— Credit  96:  Solde  de  l'Etat-major— Fin  $      cts. 

Military  District  No.  2 — Concluded — District  militaire  n°  2 — Fin 

Panet,  H.  A.,  major-general,  D.O.C,  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $6,000  less  allowance 

for   quarters,   $174.99 1,325  01 

Rhoades  W.,  major-general,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  12  m.  $3,800;  dependents'  allow- 
ance $400 4,200  00 

Military  District  No.  3 — District  militaire  No.  3 — 

Elmsley,  J.  H.,  major-general,  D.O.C.,  12  m.  $7,500.  less  allowance  for  quar- 
ters   $700 ' 6,800  00 

Hill,  F.  W.,  brig.-general.  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  April  1  to  Dec.  2  at  $4,600,  Dec. 

3  to  March  31,  at  $4,800 ;   dependents'  allowance,  $400 5.065  60 

Hodgins,  F.  O.,  lt.-col.,  G.S.O.:  12  m.  $3,400;  dependents'  allowance  $400..         3,800  00 
Military  District  No.  4 — District  militaire  No.  4 — 

Alexander,  R.  O.,  lt.-col. :  12  m.  $4,300 ;  dependents'  allowance  $400 4,700  00 

Armstrong,    C.    J.,   brig.-general,    12    m 6,000  00 

LeDuc,   L.,   lt.-col..   A.A.   &   Q.M.G.:    12   m.   $4,300,   dependents'   allowance 

$400 4,700  00 

Military  District  No.  5 — District  militaire  No.  5 — 

Landry,  J.  P.,  brig.-general,  D.O.C.,  12  m.  $6,000,  less  allowance  for  quarters 

$667.08 5.332  92 

Piuze,  P.  A.,  lt.-col.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  12  m.  $4,300,  arrears,  $513.30;  depen- 
dents' allowance,  $400;   less  allowance  for  quarters  $462.80 4,750  50 

Prower.  J.  M.,  lt.-col.,  G.S.O.:  12  m.  $3,400,  arrears  $667.10;  dependents' 
allowance  $400;  less  debit  balance  from  1922-23,  $210,  stoppages  $2.85, 

less  allowances  for  quarters  $300 3,954  25 

Military  District  No.  6 — District  militaire  No.  6 — 

Anderson,  W.  B.,  col.,  G.S.O.:   12  m.  $4,300;   dependents'  allowance  $400..  4,700  00 

Powell,  A.  H.  H.,  lt.-col.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  12  m.  $4,300;  dependents'  allow- 
ance,  $400 4.700  00 

Thacker,  H.  C,  major-general,  D.O.C.,  12  m 6,000  00 

Military  District  No.  7 — District  militaire  No.  7 — 

Houliston.   J.,    col.,   D.O.C..    12    m 6,000  00 

Sparling,  H.  C.  lt.-col.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  12  m.  $3,700;  dependents'  allow- 
ance  $400 ;    arrears   $144.51 4,244  51 

Military  District  No.  10 — District  militaire  No.  10 — 

Borden,  A.  EL.  col..  G.S.O.:  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $4,300;  dependents'  allow- 
ance,   3    m.    at    $400 1.174  92 

Godson-Godson,  G.,  col.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  12  m.  $4,300;  dependents'  allow- 
ance,  $400 4,700  00 

Ketchen,  H.  D.  B..  major-general,  D.O.C  .  12  m 6,000  00 

Pearkes,  G.  R.,  lt.-col.,  G.S.O.:  July  5  to  March  31  at  $3,700,  transfer  allow- 
ance $40 ;   less  allowance  for  quarters,  $28472 2,490.50 

Military  District  No.  11— District  militaire  No.  11— 

Goodeve,    L.    C.,    capt.,    G.S.O.:    12    m.    $4,200,    arrears   $16.64;    dependents' 

allowance,    $400 4,616  64 

Greer.  H.  C.,  lt.-col.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:   12  m.  $4,200;  dependents'  allowance, 

$400 4,600  00 

Ross,  J.  M.,  brig.-general,  D.O.C.,  12  m.  $6,000;  less  allowance  for  quarters, 

$700.04 5,299  96 

Military  District  No.  12— District  militaire  No.  12— 

Lister,  F.  A.,  lt.-col.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:    12  m.  $4,100;   dependents'  allowance 

$400 4,500  00 

Ormond,  D.  M.,  col.,  D.O.C,  12  m.  $6,000;  less  stoppages  $5.97 5,994  03 

Parsons,  J.  L.  R.,  col.,  G.S.O.:  12  m.  $3,400;  dependents'  allowance  $400  less 

overpaid  in  1920,  $10.98 3,789  02 

Military  District  No.  13— District  militaire  No.  13— 

Beeman,  W.  G..  major,  G.S.O.:  2  m.  to  March  31  at  $3,300;  dependents' 
allowance,  2  m.  at  $400;  less  $100  on  account  of  debit  balance  (Page 
Q— 26) ,  $277.44,  carried  from  Permanent  Force 516  80 

Bell,  A.  H.,  brig-general,  D.O.C,  12  m 6,000  00 

Pearkes,  G.R.,  lt.-col.,  G.S.O.,  April  1  to  July  4  at  $3,400 886  53 

Spry,  D.  W.  B.,  lt.-col.,  A.A.  &  Q.M.G.:  12  m.  $4,300;  dependents'  allow- 
ance, $400 4.700  00 

250.774  18 

Less— Charged  to  Permanent  Force   (Page  Q— 18) 362  66 

Total 250,411  52 

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Q— 18  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1928-24 

Vote  97:  Pay  of  Permanent  Force:  Provisions  and  Supplies  $       cts. 

Credit  97:  Solde  de  la  force  permanente:  Provisions  et  fournitures 

Summary — Sommaire 

London detailed  (Page  Q— 18)  285,530  09 

Toronto "        (Page  Q— 20)  579 ,238  65 

Kingston "        (Page  Q— 23)  532,631  06 

Petawawa "        (Page  Q— 26;  22,278  19 

Ottawa "        (Page  Q— 26)  636, 193  11 

Montreal "        (Page  Q— 29)  241 ,612  37 

St.  Johns,  P.Q "        (Page  Q— 31)  135,658  29 

Quebec "        (Page  Q— 31)  429,505  50 

St.  John,  N.B "        (Page  Q— 33)  88,160  89 

Halifax "        (Page  Q— 34)  765,711  52 

Winnipeg "        (Page  Q— 38)  708,455  26 

Victoria  and  Esquimalt "        (Page  Q— 42)  402,003  18 

Regina "        (Page  Q— 45)  80,230  39 

Calgary "        (Page  Q— 44)  245,084  85 

General "        (Page  Q— 46)  33,858  36 

Detailed  with  Pay  of  Staff,  (Q— 17)  $362.66;  Printing  and  Stationery,  (Page— 88) 
$36.74;  Ordnance  Arms  and  Lands,  (Page  Q — 85)  $1,018.56;  Salaries  at 
Ottawa,    (Page  Q— 15)    $6,905.13;     Transport   and   Freight,    (Page   Q— 94) 

$32.98;    Warlike  Stores,  (Page  Q— 87)  $412.97 8,769  04 

5,194,920  75 
Less  refunded  in  error,  $230.20;  unused  transportation,  $2.15;  refunded  by  Naval 

Services,  $105.51;    Imperial  Government  (Naval),  $872.44 ' 1,210  30 

Less  charged  to  other  Votes —  5,193,710  45 

Adjustment  of  War   Claims    82  51 

Air    Board    17,960  50 

Annual    Drill     21,829  08 

Cadet   Services    828  70 

Contingencies    225  43 

Dominion    Arsenal,    Lindsay 11  25 

Dominion  Arsenal,  Quebec 65  64 

Military  Properties 2,469  15 

Naval  Services 1,830  61 

Pension  Act,  1901   (Part  F) 254  42 

Royal  Military  College 1,017  76 

Schools    of    Instruction 2,661  46 

Permanent  Force  1924-25 18.868  84       68,105  35 

Total 5,125,605  10 


Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies 
Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures 

London  ($285,580.09) 

D.  A.  A.  &  Q.  M.  G.— 

Lawless,  W.  T.,  major:    12  m.,  $2,900,   allowances,  $253.23 3,153  23 

Royal  Canadian  Engineers — 

Passey,  P.  de  L.  D.,  major:  12  m.,  $2,900;  allowances,  $900 3,800  00 

Warrant  Officer:  H.  Russell,  366  d.  at  $4.25 ;  allowances,  $175 1.730  50 

Pay   and    allowances,    non-commissioned    officers    and    men 4,738  89 

Royal  Canadian  Regiment — 

Balders,  R.  E.,  capt.:    12  m.,  $2,350;   allowances,  $600;   special  allowances, 

$16.50   2,966  50 

Belson,  P.  W.,  It.:  3  m.  to  June  30  at  $1,550;  allowances,  $103.43 490  93 

Fenton,  W.  S.,  It.:    12  m.,  $1,950;    adjutant's  pay,  6   m.,  $50;    allowances, 

$599.31 ;    special    allowances,    $26.50    2,625  81 

Hemming,  A.  K.,  capt.:  12  m.,  $2,500;  allowances,  $825;  special  allowances, 

$1,203.22;    less   stoppages,    $17.82 4,510  40 

Hill,  C.  H.,  lt.-col.:  12  m.,  $3,200;  allowances,  $600;  special  allowances,  $21.         3,821  00 
Hodson,  V.  W.  S.,  It.,  12  m.,  $1,950;  adjutant's  pay,  6  m.  $50;  allowances, 

$525.69;  special  allowances,  $5;  less  overpayment,  previous  year,  $6.05.         2,524  62 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  Q— 19 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures — Suite 

London — Continued — Suite 

Royal  Canadian  Regiment — Concluded 

Holloway,  K.  M.,  capt.:   12  m.,  $2,350;  staff  pay,  3  m.  at  $100;  allowances, 

$600 ;  special  allowances,  $540 3,5*4  99 

Phillips,  H.  P.  E.,  capt. :   12  m,  $2,350 ;   allowances,  $600 2,950  00 

Prince,  E.  E.,  It.:  2  m.  to  May  31  at  $1,550;  allowances,  $33.32 291  64 

Ryan,  M.,  capt.:  10  m.  to  Jan.  31  at  $2,350;  allowances,  $499.90 2,458  20 

Wood,   C.  L.,   It.:    12   m.,  $1,950;    allowances,  $166.09;    special   allowances, 

$437    2,553  09 

Warrant  Officers:  F.  Davis,  213  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $2.75;  allowances,  $223.20; 
S.  Flansberg,  243  d.  at  $2.60,  123  d.  at  $3,  extra  duty  pay,  $1.35,  allow- 
ances, $414.85;  G.  A.  Grace,  244  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $3.25,  allowances, 
$340.68;  W.  R.  Roberts,  366  d.  at  $4,  allowances,  $300;  E.  P.  Thieme,  366 

d.  at  $3.25,  allowances,  $459.25    6,772  38 

Pay  and  allowances,  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 95,538  06 

Instructional  Cadre — 

Warrant  Officers:  W.  C.  Carter,  366  d.  at  $4.25,  allowances,  $611.10;  W.  H. 
Hayes,  88  d.  to  June  27  at  $3.30,  allowances,  $123.12,  (pensioned) ;  J. 
Steele,  366  d.  at  $3.45,  allowances,  $511.10,  special  allowances,  $291.37; 
W.  J.  White,  366  d.   at  $4.25,   allowances,  $611.10,   special   allowances, 

$164.15;   W.  J.  Wyatt,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $200 8,402  14 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 4,181  50 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Service  Corps — 

Dean,  E.  C,  It. -col.:    12  m.,  $3,300;   allowances,  $1,100;   special  allowances, 

$75.48   4,475  48 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 9,860  60 

Royal  Canadian  Ordnance  Corps — 

Cooke,  S.  V.,  capt. :    12  m.,  $2,450 ;   allowances,  $600 3,050  00 

Molloy,  J.,  It.:  244  d.  to  Nov.  30  at  $4.25;  Dec.  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,550; 
allowances,   $519.56;    less    overpayment    previous    account,    $60.60;    less 

stoppages,  $7.60    2,005  02 

Warrant  Officer:  F.  E.  Chandler,  366  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances,  $611.10 2,111  70 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 34,426  69 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps — 

Murphy,  T.  J.  F.,  lt.-col.:  12  m.,  $3,300;  professional  pay,  $400;  allowances, 

$1,100    4,800  00 

Warrant  Officer:  J.  Kay,  366  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances,  $511.10 1,810  40 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 4,778  50 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Pay  Corps — 

Mortimore,   A.   R.,   major:    12    m.,   $2,800;    allowances,   $500 3,300  00 

Warrant  Officer:  T.  C.  Stephens,  366  d.  at  $4.25,  allowances,  $574.70 2,130  20 

Pay   and   allowances   of  non-commissioned   officers   and   men 3,126  70 

Miscellaneous  Details — 

MacDonald,  J.  A.,  It.:  76  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $4;  allowances,  $38 342  00 

Richardson,  J.  G.,  It.:  70  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $4;  allowances,  $35 315  00 

Royal  Canadian  Corps  Signals — 

Weeks,  E.  G.,  capt.:  Apr.  1  to  Sept.  10  at  $2,150;   Sept.  11  to  Mar.  31  at 

$2,350 ;    allowances,    $199.89 ;    special    allowances,    $117.25 2,578  23 

Corps  Military  Staff  Clerks — 

Warrant  Officers:  L.  T.  Camp,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $289.10;  F.  L. 
Leah,  307  d.  at  $3.35,  59  d.  at  $3.45,  allowances,  $511.10;  G.  T.  E. 
Martin,  214  d.  to  Oct.  31  at  $4.25,  allowances,  $356.90;  H.  B.  Rutherford, 

1  d.  at  $2.85,  335  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $468.94... 6,118  74 

Pay   and   allowances   of  non-commissioned   officers   and   men 7,587  76 

Retaining  fee  to   Lt.-Col.   J.   H.   Wilson,  veterinary   officer,    12   m 500  00 

Adams  &  Tanton:   straw,  18.0475  tons  at  $13;  hay,  20.185  tons  at  $17;   oats, 

854. 1176  bush,  at  62c 1,107  29 

Buchanan,  William,   coal,  81.47  tons  at  $17 1,384  98 

City  Gas  Co.,  gas  supply,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31,  G.  O.  C.'s  quarters,  $83.78,  married 
officers'  quarters,  $339.68,  married  quarters,  n.c.o's  and  men,  $249.74,  officers' 
mess,  $170.62,  men's  mess  and  kitchen  buildings,  $331.15,  Tecumseh  Barracks, 

$305.83,  Wolseley  Barracks,  $549.50 2,030  30 

Davies,  Wm,  Co.,  Limited,  butter,  2,500  lb.  at  39^c 987  50 

Deviney,  A.,  coal,  199.96  tons  at  $7.10 1,419  72 

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Q— 20  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures — Suite 

London — Concluded — Fin 

Gunns,  Limited:  butter,  1,035  lb.  at  40c;  beef,  13,699^  lb.  at  8%0c,  17,567^  lb. 

at    9%0c 3,372  41 

HawKen,  Lang  Coal  Co..  coal,  75.535  tons  at  $15.50.  90.92  tons  at  $15.75 2,602  78 

Hunt  Brothers,  Limited,  coal,  129.325  tons  at  $15.40,  54.38  tons  at  $15.90 2,856  24 

Martin,  Wm.  Coal  Co.,  coal,  152.999  tons  at  $16.50 2,524  48 

Moore  Fruit  Co.,  Limited,  vegetables,  19,480  lb.  at  2c,  8.619  lb.  at  2^c 605  08 

Parnell-Dean  Steam   Baking  Co.,  Limited,  bread,  9,096  lb.   at  2^c,  21,250   lb. 

at   2%c 779  90 

Public  Utilities-  Commission:    lighting,  Tecumseh  Barracks,  $1,475.41,  Wolseley 

Barracks,   $1,017.59;    water   supply,   $886.70 3,379  70 

Swift  Canadian  Co..  Limited:  bacon,  3,235  lb.  at  20fc,  1,558  lb.  at  22|c;  cheese, 

583  lb.  at  20c ;  sales  tax,  $19.37 . 1,167  62 

Hospital    and   medical    fees:    St.   Joseph's   Hospital,    $1,474.31;    accounts   under 

$500,  (6)  $3SS.30   1,862  61 

Conservancy:   John  Hooper,  Wolseley  and  Tecumseh  Barracks  and  Armouries.  856  10 

Allowances:   R.  C.  R.  officers'  mess.  $345;   sgts'  mess,  $50;   band,  $500 895  00 

Dental  services:  Dr.  J.  F.  Blair,  $568.25;  accounts  under  $500,   (5)  $742.25 1,310  50 

Sundry  accounts  under  $500:    groceries,  $2,178.44;    provisions,  $798.14;    fodder, 

$530.76;    meat,  $333.93;    ice,  $119.80;    telephone,   $233.97;    funeral   expenses, 

$128.75;   horseshoeing,  $175.75;   laundry,  $364.01;   postage,  $648.74;   purchase 

of   remounts,   $337.50 ;    sundries,   $197.19    6,046  98 


Total,  carried  to  Page  Q— 18 285,530  09 

Toronto    ($579,238.65) 

Royal  Canadian  Dragoons — 

Bat  v.   W.,   capt.:    12   m.  $2,350;     allowances,    $615.46;     special    allowances, 

$246 ;    less    stoppage,    $3.05    3,208  41 

Berteau.  G.  F.,  It.:  12  m.  at  $2,050;  allowances.  $750;  arrears,  $6.19 2,806  19 

Chadwick.  W.  G.  D'A.,  It.:  12  m.  $1,550;  allowances.  $200;  special  allow- 
ances, $18.50    1,768  50 

Gilman.  F.,  lt.-col.:   April   1  to  Oct.  10  at  $3,100.  Oct.   11   to   Mar.  31   at 

$3,200 ;   allowances,  $600    3,747  31 

James,  T.  A.,  capt,:   April  1  to  May  31  at  $1,950,  June  1   to   Mar.  31   at 

$2,050 ;    allowances,  $833.33 ;    less   stoppage,   $3.02 2,863  64 

Newcomen,  T.  R.,  major:  April  1  to  July  28  at  $2,700,  July  29  to  Sept.  30  at 

$2,800;    allowances,   $449.94;    special   alowances,   $30,    (pensioned) 1,847  40 

Sawyers,  F.,  It.:  12  m.  at  $1,950;  allowances,  $200;  less  overpayment  in  1920, 

$53.20    2,096  80 

Timmis,  R.  S.,  major:   12  m.  at  $2,800;  allowances,  $200 3,000  00 

Wood,  J.,  It.:    12  m.  at  $1,950;   allowances,  $518.24 2,468  24 

Warrant  Officers:  F.  Ackerman,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $511.10;  J. 
Copeland,  366  d.  at  $2.75,  allowances.  $200;  G.  D.  Dore,  366  d.  at  $4.25, 
allowances,  $482.10;  P.  L.  Hogan,  366  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances,  $511.10; 
J.  MacLean,  257  d.  at  $3,  109  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $200;  A.  F.  Madden, 
44  d.  at  $3.45,  322  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances.  $511.10.  arrears,  $1.90:  J. 
Travers,  366  d.  at  $3.10,  extra  duty  pay,  $3.50,  allowances,  $511.10....        11,557  70 

Pay  and   allowances   of  non-commissioned    officers   and   men 103,202  50 

Royal  Canadian  Engineers — 

Blake,  W.  H.,  It.:  April  1  to  July  21  at  $1,750,  July  22  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,950; 

allowances,    $750,    special    allowances,    $18.70 2,657  40 

Clemes,  N.  H.,  It.:  5  m.  to  Aug.  31  at  $1,950;  allowances,  $175;  less  $50, 
the  difference  between  debit  balance  on  adjustment,  $219.78,  and  amount 
refunded  to  casual  revenue,  $169.78,   (pensioned) 937  50 

Russell,  C.  B.,  major:   12  m.  at  $2,900;  allowances,  $768.55 3,668  55 

Shergold,  C,  capt. :   12  m.  at  $2,350;   allowances,  $850 3,200  00 

Warrant  Officers:  R.  F.  Braid,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $511.10;  E.  A.  Craig, 
366  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $304.10;  W.  A.  Johnstone,  366  d.  at  $4.25, 
allowances,  $611.10;  R.  Kiddie,  366  d.  at  $4,  allowances,  $611.10,  arrears, 
$46.95;  H.  T.  Maxted,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $511.10;  D.  P.  Smith, 
366   d.    at    $4.10,   allowances,   $611.10 11,404  95 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 22,141  21 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  Q— 21 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures — Suite 

Toronto — Continued — Suite 

Royal  Canadian  Regiment — 

Beresford,  G.  W.,  capt.:  April  1  to  Dec.  17  at  $2,250.  Dec.  18  to  Mar.  31  at 

$2,350,  allowances,  $850 ;  special  allowances,  $183 3,311  76 

Grant-Suttie,  G.  L.  P.,  capt.:  12  m.  at  $2,500;  allowance,  $600 3,100  00 

Langford,  R.  J.  S.,  major:  12  m.  at  $2,500;  allowances,  $599.88 3,099  88 

Whitlaw,  R.  G.,  It.:  12  m.  at  $1,950;  allowances,  $743.76;  special  allowances, 

$365 3,058  76 

Warrant-officers:  J.  Dymond,  275  d  to  Dec.  30  at  $2.75;  allowances,  $149.94; 
J.  Francis,  84  d.  to  June  23  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $117.51,  arrears,  $3.10; 
E.  F.  Marshall,  366  d.  at  $4,  allowances,  $611.10,  arrears,  $13.10,  less 

stoppages,   $1.15 3,374  25 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 51,966  98 

Royal  Canadian  Ordnance  Corps — 

Panet,  A.  de  L.,  lt.-col. :  12  m.  at  $3,300;  allowances,  $1,100;  less  stoppages, 

$1.21    4,398  79 

Richards,  J.,  capt.:  April  1  to  Feb.  8  at  $2,050,  Feb.  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,250; 

allowances,  $850 2,928  74 

Simon,  J.  P.,  capt.:  April  1  to  Feb.  8  at  $2,050,  Feb.  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,250; 

allowances,  $850 ;  less  stoppages,  $1.34 2,927  40 

Warrant  Officers:  G.  H.  Farlie,  366  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances,  $511.05;  J.  Francis, 
366  d.  at  $3.90,  allowances,  $611.10;  K.  R.  Forrester,  366  d.  at  $4.10, 
allowances,  $611.10,  special  allowances,  $17.50;  W.  N.  Lowe,  366  d.  at 
$3.45,  allowances,  $511.10,  special  allowances,  $11.90;  J.  G.  Sullivan,  366  d. 

at  $4.10,  allowances,  $611.10,  arrears,  $42.20;  F.  W.  Baill,  arrears,  80c 9,918  45 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 45,260  41 

Instructional  Cadre- 
Warrant  Officers:  R.  F.  Bicknell,  366  d.  at  $4,  allowances  $611.10,  special 
allowances,  $495;  R.  Butler,  153  d.  to  Aug.  31  at  $3.10,  allowances 
$75.25,  special  allowances,  $130,  less  refunded  to  Pensions  $64.38;  G.  D. 
Churchward,  366  d  at  $4,  allowances  $611.10;  T.  Davidson,  366  d.  at 
$4,  allowances,  $611.10,  special  allowances  $376.25;  F.  J.  W.  S.  M. 
Chapman,  104  d.  at  $3.10,  262  d.  at  $3.20,  allowances  $511.10,  special 
allowances,  $87.50;  L.  J.  Dvte,  366  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances  $414,  arrears 
$3.10,  less  stoppage  $5.67;  J.  Fletcher,  366  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $511.03, 
special  allowances  $362.25;  less  stoppage  $1.23;  H.  W.  W.  Figg,  366  d. 
at  $4,  allowances  $611.10,  special  allowances  $521.40;  J.  R.  Harrop,  366  • 
d.  at  $4,  allowances  $10.50;  E.  Hubbard,  21  d  at  $3.35,  223  d.  at  $3.45, 
122  d.  at  $4,  allowances  $544.41,  special  allowances  $115;  J.  Joyce,  351 
d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3.10,  allowances  $291.85,  less  paid  on  n.c.o's  and  men's 
list  $526.50;  H.  E.  Karcher,  366  d.  at  $3.20,  special  allowances  $47.50;  J. 
Noble,  366  d.  at  $4.  allowances  $611.10,  special  allowances  $24.50;  E.  J. 
Ryan,  366  d.  at  $4.25.  allowances  $611.10;  J.  Trainor,  366  d.  at  $4,  allow- 
ances $611.10;  T.  J.  Wallis,  366  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances  $511.10,  special 

allowances  $103.40 29,610  46 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 8,312  21 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Service  Corps — 

Dodge,    G.    A.,    lt.-col.:    April    1    to    June    30    at    $4,000,    allowances    $275; 

(pensioned)    1,275  00 

Jones,  C.  S.,  It.:  12  m.  at  $1,950.  allowances,  $515.46.  special  allowances,  $3.40, 

less  stoppage  5c 2.468  81 

Larter.  A.  C,  capt.:  12  m.  at  $2,350,  allowances,  $750  ;  special  allowances,  $242  3.342  00 
Robinson,  W.  H.,  major:  12  m.  at  $2,900;  allowances,  $900;  less  stoppages  15c.  3,799  85 
Warrant  Officers:  T.  A.  Cooper.  67  d.  at  $3.10,  299  d.  at  $3.20,  allowances 

$511.10;  V.  G.  Stroud,  366  d.  at  $4,  allowances  $611.10 3,750  70 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 34,470  71 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps — 

Ford,  F.  S.  L.,  lt.-col.:  12  m.  at  $3,300,  professional  pay  $400;  allowances,  $700  4,400  00 
Luton,  R.  M.,  capt.:  12  m.  at  $2,350,  professional  pay  $200;  allowances  $615.46         3,165  46 

Linton,  J.  A.,  capt.:  Julv  1  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,050;  allowances  $594.78 2,132  28 

Warrant  Officcer,  W.  Hearn,  366  d.  at  $3.35;   allowances  $511.10 1,737  20 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 8,460  14 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Pay  Corps — 

*  Beard   H.  J.,  capt. :  12  m.  at  $2,350 ;  allowances,  $850 3,200  00 

Hilchie,  H.  M.,  major;  12  m.  at  $2,900;  allowances,  $900  3,800  00 


Q-22  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  192S-24 


Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies— Continued  $       ct* 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures— Suite 

Toronto— Continued— Suite 
Royal  Canadian  Army  Pay  Corps— Concluded 

Wa™t1?fficAersC3:uL-1JAnderton    30  3d.  at  $3.45,  63  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances 
$511.10;  A.  Shoulders,  305  d.  at  $3.45,  61  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances  $511  10 
less  stoppage  $2.30;  E.  C.  Workman,  366  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances  $304.60'         5  362  90 
.fay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men  4990  ak 

Canadian  Small  Arms  School—  '    y  *° 

Edwards,  J.,  capt.:    12  m.  at  $2,350;   allowances,  $850;    special   allowances 

$499 ;  less  overpayment  in  1920  $114.23 '         3  584  77 

U'tton,  F.  W.,  capt.:   12  m.  at  $2,350;   allowances,  $850;  special' allowances', 
$21.80;   subsistence   while  on  detached  d'utv,  Nov.   1    1922  to  Jan    31 ' 

1923,    $290;    arrears    $25 '         3  536  80 

Royal  Canadian  Corps  of  Signallers — 

Genet,  J.  G.,  temp,  capt.:  April  1  to  Sept.  9  at  $2,050.  Sept.  10  to  Mar.  31  at 
$2,250;    allowances  $550;    special   allowances  $22;    less   overpayment   in 

1920,  $27.64 2,706  02 

Laurie,  W.  L.,  It.:   April  26  to  Sept,  27  at  $1,550;  allowances,  $189.96;   less 

paid  in  Annual  Drill  $584.60 259  78 

O'Brien,  F.  G.,  It.:   June  5  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,550;   allowances  $164.44;   less 

paid  in  Annual  Drill  $416.78 1,022  10 

St.  Louis,  A.  R.,  temp,  capt.:   11  m.  to  Feb.  29  at  $2,050,  1  m.  at  $2,250; 

allowances,  $600 2,666  67 

Webber.  H.  F.,  capt.:   12  m.  at  $2,350,  allowances,  $636.30;  arrears  $11.42..         2,997  72 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 28,323  97 

Roval  Canadian  Armv  Veterinary  Corps — 

Evans.  T.  C.,  lt.-col.:  April  1  to  May  22  at  $3,000.  May  23  to  Mar.  31  at 

$3,200;    professional    pav.    $400:    allowances,   $1.100 4.67150 

Warrant  officer.  C.  Lyne:  366  d.  at  $3.45;   allowances,  $511.10 1.773  80 

Corps  Military  Staff  Clerks- 
Warrant  Officers:  G.  J.  B.  Bewlav.  91  d.  at  $4.10.  275  d.  at  $4.25,  allowances, 
$611.10;  H.  L.  Hughes,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $511.10;  H.  Jennings, 
366   d.   at    $4.10,   allowances   $611.10,    arrears    $45.50;    W.   B.    Kerslake. 
366  d.  at  $3.35.  allowances  $511.10;  R.  N.  Middleton,  366  d.  at  $3.35, 

allowances  $511.10 9,521  75 

Pay   and   allowances   of   non-commissioned    officers   and   men 8,605  40 

Miscellaneous — 

Williams,  V.  A.  S..  major-general:  April  1-20  at  $6,000  (pensioned);  Van 
den  Berg,  J.  W.  H.  G.  H.,  capt.,  12  m.  at  $2,350.  allowances  $850,  special 
allowances  $102.50:    Lawrie.  W.   J.,   capt.,    (medical   officer  at   Niagara 

camp)  100  d.  at  $5.50 4,185  83 

Alexandra  Palace  Co.  Ltd.,  rent  of  apartments  for  G.O.C.,  3  m.  to  June  30, 

1923 345  00 

Bell  Telephone  Co.,  exchange  service,  12  m.  to  Mar.  31 594  01 

Consumers'   Gas  Co..   lighting   service   to    Mar.    14 617  62 

Davies,  The  William  Co..  Limited:  bacon.  1,783  lb.  at  22c;  beef,  35,066  lb.  at 

9c,  26.840  lb.  at  10c.  butter,  4.470  lb.  at  38|c 7,953  16 

Dempsters'  Staff  of  Life,  bread.  44.248  lb.   at  3|c 1,548  71 

Eckardt  &  Co.,  H.  P.:  beans,  1,577  lb.  at  5c,  4,190  lb.  at  5$c;  coffee,  700  lb.  at 
25c,  500  lb.  at  28c,  rice,  100  lb.  at  4fc,  500  lb.  at  4fc,  1,000  lb.  at  5|c, 
400  lb.  at  5|c;   sugar,   10,500   lb..  $1,074.50;   tea,  500   lb.  at  48c,  sundries, 

$178.59 2,214  76 

Ferrier   &  Co.:    potatoes,   9,425   lb.    at    He.,   35.678   lb.    at   2£c;    miscellaneous 

vegetables,  16,461  lb..  $570.38 1,603  70 

Gunns  Limited:  bacon.  3,823f  lb.  at  22c;  beef,  10,248  lb.  at  8c;   sundries  $6.         1,667  07 
Harris    Abattoir    Co.,    Limited:    bacon,    6,166^    lb.    at    22c;    butter,    3,420    lb., 

$1,193.67 ;    cheese,    3,081    lb.    $692.90 ;    sundries    $6.35 3,249  55 

Hayhoe  &  Co.,  R.  B.,  tea,   1,050  lb.   at  48c 504  00 

Jacobs,  Geo.  B.,  jam,  6,300  lb 746  16 

Lyons,  Geo.  A.:   bran,  9  tons,  $276.50;   hay,  221|  tons,  $3,699.59;   oats,  10,321| 

bush.  $5,804.64;  straw,  122^  tons,  $1,437.67 ;  sundries,  $28 11,246  40 

McCart,  W.  J.  &  Co.,  Limited :    vegetables,   35,091   lb 727  25 

Menary  &  Menary:  hay,  34.734  tons  at  $25;   oats,  1,500  bush,  at  70c;   straw, 

11.857  tons  at  $15;  less  allowance,  $21.99 2,074  21 

Nasmiths  Limited,  bread,  27,539  lb.  at  4§c 1  285  16 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  Q— 23 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 
Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures— Suite 

Toronto — Concluded — Fin 

St.  Lawrence  Sugar  Refineries  Limited,  sugar,.  75  cwt.  at  $9.96 747  00 

Scott  Coal  Co.,  Limited,  coal,  57.05  tons  at  $15.50 884  28 

Standard  Fuel  Co.  of  Toronto,  Limited:  381.35  tons  at  $15.50,  7.5  tons  at  $13.  6,008  42 
Swift  Canadian  Co.,  Limited:  beef,  59.54  cwt.  at  $8.70;  butter,  1,144  lb.  at  39ic; 

cheese,  692i  lb.,  $132.73;  sundries,  $23.10 1,125  71 

Toronto  City  Water  Dept.,  water  supply  to  Mar.  31 1,995  70 

Toronto  Hydro-Electric  System,  lighting  service  to  Mar.  25 2,025  93 

Weaver,  F.  P.,  Coal  Co.,  Limited,  coal,  867.87  tons  at  $7.25 6,292  07 

Conservancy  Services:  sundry  accounts  (3),  $262.88;  Mclntyre  &  Taylor,  clean- 
ing flues  and   smoke   stacks,   $553.80 816  68 

Dental  Services:  Dr.  A.  E.  Mullin,  $2,735.75;  Dr.  E.  R.  Zimmerman,  $152 2.887  75 

Laundry.     The  Parisian  Laundry  Co.  of  Toronto  Limited 722  64 

Purchase  of  Remounts,  5  horses 875  00 

Postage :   A.A.G.,  $1,945.69 ;   sundry  units  $642.23 2,587  92 

Sundry   accounts:    coal,   $317.90;    grants   to    messes,   $470;    groceries,   $1,348.20; 

paper  and  cord,  $292.69;   miscellaneous,  $169 2,597  79 


Total  carried  to  Page  Q— 18 579,238  65 

Kingston  ($532,631.06) 

Royal  Canadian  Horse  Artillery — 

Alderson,  F.  J.,  capt.:  12  m.  at  $2,350;  allowances,  $850;  special  allowances, 

$78.50 3,278  50 

Brownfield,  H.  O.  N.,  It.:  12  m.  at  $1,950;  allowances,  $200;  special  allowa- 

ances,  $245 2,395  00 

Carr,  N.  O.,  major:  12  m.  at  $2,500;  allowances,  $600;  special  allowances,  $6; 

arrears,  $20.83 3,126  83 

Constantine,  C.  F.,  lt.-col.:  12  m.  at  $3,200;  allowances,  $1,100;  less  stop- 
page, $3.30 4,296  70 

Evans,  W.  G.,  It. :    12  m.  at  $1,550 ;   allowances,  $200 1,750  00 

Geary,  H.  F.,  major:   April  1  to  May  9  at  $2,350,  May  10  to  Mar.  31  at 

$2,500;  allowances,  $600 3,083  87 

Hird,  W.,  capt. :   12  m.  at  $2,050 ;  allowances,  $850 2,900  00 

Keener,  A.  M.,  It.:   2  m.  to  May  31   at  $1,550;    allowances,  $75;    arrears 

$54.43;    (pensioned) 387  77 

Lafferty,  H.  P.,  major:   12  m.  at  $2,500;  allowances,  $900;  arrears,  $83.33..         3,483  33 

Light,  A.,  capt. :  12  m.  at  $2,250 ;  allowances,  $850 3,100  00 

McDonald,  J.  A.,  capt.:   12  m.  at  $2,050;   allowances,  $200 2.250  00 

Murchie,  J.  C,  It.:  12  m.  at  $1,950;  adjutant's  pay,  $100;  allowances,  $750; 

arrears,  $41.67 ;  less  stoppages,  $5.23 2,836  44 

Panet,  de  L.  H.  M.,  12  m.  at  $1,550 ;  allowances,  $200 1,750  00 

Preston,  J.  F.,  capt.:  12  m.  at  $2,350;  allowances,  $850;  special  allowances, 

$283.50;    less   stoppage,  $6.33 3,477  17 

Roberts,  J.  H.,  capt. :  12  m.  at  $2,350 ;  allowances,  $850 3.200  00 

Stockwell,  C.  V.,  major:    12  m.  at  $2,800;   allowances,  $900,  debit  balance 

to  1924-25,  $20 ;  less  overpayment  in  1921-22,  $84.10 3,635  90 

Stone,  W.  E.  R.  M.,  It.:   12  m.  at  $1,950;  allowances,  $200;   less  stoppage, 

$4.84 2,145  16 

Thackray,  R.  G.,  capt.:   April  1  to  June  17  at  $2,350;   allowances,  $96.24; 

arrears,  $12.10;  less  stoppage,  $17.37 593  60 

Warrant  Officers:  C.  W.  J.  Adams,  366  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $511.14;  A. 
Aldridge,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $511.14,  less  stoppage,  $7.18;  W.  H. 
Borland,  366  d.  at  $4.25,  allowances,  $611.10;  J.  Clarke,  366  d.  at  $3.45, 
allowances,  $511.14,  special  allowances,  $122.50;  T.  E.  Cox,  366  d.  at  $4.25, 
allowances,  $611.10;  A.  C.  Cruchley,  3  d.  at  $3.10,  363  d.  at  $3.25,  allow- 
ances, $511.14;  T.  W.  Egglestone,  366  d.  at  $4.25,  allowances,  $611.10, 
special  allowances  $154.50;  C.  Goguel,  366  d.  at  $4,  allowances,  $611.10; 
W.  Gray,  366  d.  at  $2.75,  extra  duty  pay,  $18.20,  allowances,  $511.14, 
special  allowances,  $75,  arrears,  $69.70,  less  stoppages,  $2.19;  J.  Laflamme, 
275  d.  at  $4,  91  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances,  $611.10;  J.  Leary,  366  d.  at  $3.10, 
allowances,  $511.14;  W.  Lowrie,  366  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances  $611.10; 
P.  M.  McKinlay,  366  d.  at  $3,  allowances,  $383.04;  G.  E.  Morris,  366  d. 


Q— 24  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures — Suite 

Kingston — Continued — Suite 

Royal  Canadian  Horse  Artillery — Concluded 

Warrant  Officers — Concluded 

at  $2.60,  allowances,  $511.14;  W.  Newman,  122  d.  to  Mar.  31  at  $3.10, 
allowances,  $170.42;  E.  Osborne,  366  d.  at  $2.75,  allowances,  $511.14;  W. 
R.  Pugh,  366  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances,  $611.10;  P.  H.  Rider,  167  d.  at  $4, 
199  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances,  $611.10;  W.  I.  L.  Smith,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allow- 
ances $511.14;  F.  G.  Temple,  366  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances,  $511.14,  special 
allowances,  $77;  A.  E.  Traynor,  122  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $170.42;  T. 
J.  Turner,  366  d.  at  $4.25,  allowances,  $559.25;  S.  G.  Williams,  59  d. 
at  $3.70,  1  d.  at  $3.35,  306  d.  at  $3.45,  allowances,  $527.25;  C.  F.  Wolfe, 
366  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $511.14,  speci.il  allowances.  $77.50,  arrears, 
$65.60;  W.  L.  Wolfe,  366  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances,  $611.10 ! 44,431  65 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 160,689  47 

Royal  Canadian  Garrison  Artillery — 

Harris,  A.  E.  major :  12  m.  at  $2,800 ;  allowances,  $625 3,425  00 

Kear,  W.  G.,  It.:  12  m.  at  $1,950;  allowances.  $750;  special  allowances,  $155; 

less  stoppage,  $18.23 2,836  77 

Leach,  R.  J.,  capt.:    12  m.  at  $2,350;   allowances,  $850,  debtor  balance   to 

1924-25,  $195.83 3,395  83 

MacDonald,  G.  L.  W.,  It.:  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,550,  pay  on  appointment, 

$129.17;    allowances,  $100 1,004  17 

Warrant  Officers:  F.  B.  Curtiss,  366  d.  at  $2.75,  allowances  $325.19,  less 
stoppage,  $2.34;  G.  H.  Dodgson,  260  d.  at  $3.35,  106  d.  at  $4;  allowances, 
$540.16;  IW.  J.  Elwood,  366  d.  at  $2.75;  allowances,  $511.14;  W.  R. 
Mackintosh,  366  d.  at  $4,  allowances,  $611.10 6,757  25 

Pay   and  allowances   of   non-commissioned   officers   and   men 31,137  61 

Royal  Canadian  Engineers — 

Hughson,  A.  S.,  It.:  April  1  to  Aug.  5  at  $1,750,  Aug.  6  to  Mar.  31  at  $1,950; 

allowances,   $750 2,630  65 

Sherwood,  H.  L.,  capt.:  April  1-25  at  $2,250,  April  26  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,150; 

allowances,    $450;    arrears,    $27.14 2,634  07 

Turner,  G.  R.,  capt.:  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,350;   allowances,  $425.04 1,600  04 

Warrant  Officers:  P.  E.  C.  Nicklin,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $511.14;  E. 

S.  Wilde,  366  d.  at  $3.35;  allowances,  $311.10 3,274  44 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 4,981  33 

D.A.A.Q.M.G.— 

Browne,  B.  W.,  lt.-col.:    12   m.  at  $2,900;    allowance*,   $900;    less  stoppage, 

$1.06 3,798  94 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Service  Corps — 

Westmoreland,  H.;  It.:  12  m.  at  $1,950;  allowances,  $749.98;  special  allow- 
ances, $30 2,729  98 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 14,638  71 

Royal  Canadian  Ordnance  Corps — 

Ball,  G.  E.  J.,  capt.:   12  m.  at  $2,050,  allowances,  $850;  special  allowances, 

$75;   less  stoppage,  $2.85 2,972  15 

Cartmer,  E.  M.,  capt.:    12   m.  at  $2,450;    allowances,  $850;   less  stoppage, 

$13.58 3,286  42 

Dupre,  G.  C,  capt.:  April  1  to  July  8  at  $2,050,  July  9  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,250; 

allowances,  $850;  less  stoppages,  $27.19 2,901  55 

Warrant  Officers:  J.  M.  Cockbum,  366  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances,  $511.14; 
R.  Gray,  366  d.  at  $3.45,  allowances,  $511.14;  P.  J.  Kirkby,  366  ct.  at 
$3.80,  allowances,  $605.15,  arrears.  $42.20,  less  debtor  balance  $17,  and 
stoppage,  $35.89;  C.  Phillips,  366  d.  a.t  $3.55,  allowances,  $511.14,  less 
stoppage,  $1.35;  A.  G.  Self,  366  d.  at  $3.55,  allowances,  $511.14,  stop- 
page,   $6.29 9,182  78 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 30,304  82 

Instructional  Cadre — 

Warrant  Officers:  T.  A.  Aisthorpe,  163  d.  at  $3.20,  203  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances, 
$511.10,  special  allowances,  $308.75;  L.  Dryden,  244  d.  at  $3.45,  122  d. 
at  $4,  allowances,  $544.47,  speciad  allowances,  $208.50;  J.  Gilbert,  366  d. 
at  $4.25,  allowances,  $611.10,  special  allowances,  $400.50;  T.  McDonald, 
90  A  to  June  29  at  $4.  allowances,  $150.64,  credit  balance  from  1922-23, 
$20.20  (pensioned);  H.  S.  Nayilor,  366  d.  at  $3.10,  allowances,  $511.14, 
special!  allowances,  $212.50;  C.  V.  Paterson,  366  d.  at  $4.25,  allowances, 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  Q-25 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures — Suite 

Kingston — Continued — Suite 

Instructional  Cadre — Concluded 
Warrant  Officers — Concluded 

$418.36,  special'  allowances,  $234.50;  L.  P.  Reading,  145  d.  to  Mar.  31 
ait  $3.10',  allowances,  $202.74,  special  allowances,  $373,75,  less  paid  on 
n.co's  and  'men's  list,  $95.57;  T.  Thomas,  366  d.  at  $3.10;  allowances, 
$511.10,  special  allowances,  $38.75,  arrears,  $29.75,  less  paid  on  n.c.o.'s 
and  men's  list,  $60;  G.  F.  Turner,  348  d.  at  $3.20,  18  d.  at  $3.30,  allow- 
ances, $366.60,  special  allowances,  $112.50,  arrears,  $5.70 15,511  23 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 9,164  14 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps — 

Greer,  G.  G.,  major :   12  m.  at  $2,900;    professionail  pay,  $300;   allowances, 

$900 4,100  00 

Williams,  J.  V..  capt,:  April  1  to  May  2  at  $2,250,  May  3  to  Mar.  31   at 

$2,350;  professional  pay,  $200;  allowances,  $850 3,391  14 

Warrant  officer,  I.  Carey:  366  d.  at  $3.55;  allowances,  $511.14;  debit  balance 

to  1924-25,  $100 1,910  44 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 4,777  47 

Royal  Canadian  Army  Veterinary  Corps — 

"  Walsh,  F.,  capt.:  12  m.  at  $2,450;  professional  pay,  $200;  allowances,  $850..         3,500  00 

Warrant  officer,  A.  Newell:  366  d.  ait  $3.55;  allowances,  $511.14 1,810  44 

Royal  Canadian  Corps  of  Signals — 

Lee.  S.  A.,  capt.:   12  m.  at  $2,450;   allowances,  $637.10;   special  allowances, 

$267 3,354  10 

Royal  Canadian  Army   Pay   Corps — 

Foulkes,  J.  F.,  It-col.:  12  m.  at  $3,200;  allowances,  $1,100 4,300  00 

Pilley,  F.,  capt. :  12  m.  at  $2,350;  allowances,  $850 3,200  00 

Warrant  officer.  S.  G.  L,  Maver:  284  d.  at  $3.45.  82  d.  at  $3.55;  allow- 
ances, $511.13 ' 1,782  03 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-commissioned  officers  and  men 6,025  02 

Corps  of  Military  Staff  Clerks- 
Warrant  Officers:   G.  W.  Boss,  366  d.  at  $4.10,  allowances.  $611.10,  arrears, 

$27.40;  T.  G.  Brown,  366  d.  at  $3.35,  allowances,  $305.60 3,670  80 

Pay  and  allowances  of  non-com  missioned  officers  and  men 8,844  92 

M  isc  e  11  ane  o  us — 

Scroggie.  J.  A.,  capt.:  6  m.  to  Mar.  31  at  $2,350;  allowances,  $425.04 1.600  04 

Girard,  R.,  It.:  287 d.  ait  $4,  allowances,  $143.50;  Kane,  J.  E.,  major:  2d,  at 
$6.50;  Ritchie,  H.  H.,  major,  22  d.  at  $4.00,  allowances,  $11;  Stan- 
ton,  F.   M.,   It-col.,   21    d.   at  $4,    allowances,   $10.50;    Winslow,   J.   D. 

major,  22  d.  at  $4 ;   allowances,  $11 1,597  00 

Anderson  Bros.,  Limited:   bacon,  7,943!  lb.,  $1,623.67;   beef,  51,9231b.  $3,542.19; 
butter,  1. 496|lb.  at  39c,  cheese,  3,563  Ub.,  $773.96;  coffee,  1,000 Jib.  at  25c. 

potatoes,"  464   cwt.    at   85c 6,813  00 

Baile,  Andrew.  Limited,  coal,   173.3  tons  at  $10.75 1,862  98 

Blacklock,  H.,  pasturing  horses  at  $5  per  horse  per  month 816  20 

Carnovsky,  T.  R.,  bread,  22,158  :1b 801  02 

Davies,  The  William,  Co.,  Limited,  butter,  3,803  lb.  at  39k 1,502  20 

Dennee,  E.  G.,  hay,  333  tons  at  $11.50 3,829  54 

Donoghue,    C,    hay,    107.00   tons,    $1,510.54;    oats,    15,949.5    bush.,    $10,866.13; 

straw,  273.5  tons,  $1,935.54    14,312  21 

Gilbert,  J.,  vegetables,  418.76  cwt 721  65 

Kingston  Public  Utilities  Commission:    lighting  service  to   Mar.   19,  $2,575.78; 

water  supply  to  Mar.  20,  $1,463.53 4,039  31 

Kingston  Mailing  Co.,  Limited:  bran,  10  tons,  $290;   flour,   1,470  lb.,  $42;   flax 

seed,  H  tons,  $162.50;  rock  salt,  4f  tons,  $136 630  50 

Lackie's  Bakery,  bread,  29,389  lb  at  3jc 1,028  64 

McBroom,  W.  F.:  bran,  4  tons,  $115.50;  oats,  896.587  bush,  at  58c 635  51 

McRae,  W.  R.  &  Co.:   rolled  oats,  1,800  lb.,  $55;  potatoes,  13,300  lb.  at  2£c; 

sugar,  50  cwt.  at  $10.26;  sundries,  $54.51 905  14 

Peters,  W.  P. :  hay,  56. 144  tons  at  $13 ;  sundries,  $6.75 736  64 

Sowards.   James.    Coal   Co.:  coal,    305.65   tons    at   $6.85,    1,035   tons    at    $7.40; 

272  tons,  $3,914.40 13,667  10 

Allowances:  R.CH.A.  band  $500,  officers'  mess  $525,  sergeants'  mess  $50 1,075  00 

Conservancy   services:  C.    Andre.    $679.35;    G.    Andre.    $58.77;    A.    MaoGregor, 

$62.46;  C.  Jackson  (cleaning  flues  and  piping) ,  $823.66 1,624  24 


Q— 26  AUDITOR  GENERAL'S  REPORT,  1923-24 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures — Suite 

Kingston — Concluded — Fin 

Dental  Services:  Dr.  J.  C.  W.  Broom,  $921.50;  Dr.  G.  C.  Dewar,  $15;  Dr.  R.  P. 
MiTlan.  $233.25;  Drs.  Nash  &  Renton,  $142;  Dr.  iS.  H.  Simpson,  $375.75; 
Drs.  Sparks  &  Sparks,  $507.50;  Dr.  H.  A.  Stewart,  $246.50;  Dr.  A.  W.  Winnett, 
$299.50 2,741  00 

Laundry:  Household    Laundry    Co.,    $167.24;    The    Imperial    Steam    Laundry, 

$570.56 ;  sundries,  $120.73 858  53 

Postage:  A.  A.  &  Q.M.G,  $416.69;  D.O.O.,  $233.29;  Paymaster,  $149.36;  RjC.G.A. 

&  R.C.H.A.,  $100.47;  sundry  units,  and  rent  of  boxes,  $178.46 1,078  27 

Purchase  of  remounts,  25  horses 4,547  10 

Sundry  accounts:  coal,  $277;  provisions,  $1,788.41;  other  supplies,  $562.22;  tele- 
phone service  to  Mar.  31,  $294.96;  funeral  expenses,  $167.50;  medical  and 
veterinary  services,  $106.50;  taxes,  $296.76;  other  services,  $31;  cartage, 
$112.65    3,637  00 

532,705  45 
Less — Transportation  refunded 74  39 

Total  carried  to  page  Q— 18 532,631  06 


Pctawawa  ($22,278.19) 

Bate,  H.  N.,  &  Sons,  Limited:  split  peas,  50  bags  at  $4.95;  beans,  132  bush,  at 

$3.38 ;  sundries,  $67.95 * 761  61 

Borden  Company  Limited,  milk,  5,040  lb.  at  10c 504  00 

Crawford,  James,  tea,  1,275  lib.  at  48c 612  00 

Donoghue,  C:  hay,    123.5365   tons   at  $17;   straw,    11.2275   tons   at  $12;    oats, 

6,000  bush,  at  60^c 5,864  82 

Fenton  and  Smith:  potatoes,  32,839  lib.  at  $1.75  per  90  lb.;  sundries,  $46.80 685  33 

Gunns  Limited:  bacon,  7,322  lb.,  $1,609.74;  beef,  27,837  lb.,  $2,644.52;  less  pur- 
chased in  default  of  contract,  $65.34 4,188  92 

Jacobs,  Geo.  B.,  jam.  6.672  lb.,  $892.38;  Major,  S.  J..  Limited,  corn,  460  doz. 

at  $1.12 ;  rolled  oats,  19  bags  at  $3,124  ;  sundries,  $33.35 1,500  31 

Pembroke  Milling  Co.,  Limited:  flour,  575  basrs  at  $2.90;  bran,  50  bags  at  $1.45  1,740  00 

Redden,  James  &  Co. :  sugar,  150  bags  at  $11 ;  butter,  4,524  libs,  at  34c 3,188  16 

Accounts  under  $500:  provisions,  $1,488.39;  meat,  $272.44;  bread,  $146.52;  fuel, 

$478.34;  medieial  supplies,  $73;  postage,  $88.07;  sundries,  $169.27 2.716  03 

Subsistence  of  officers,  n.c.o.'s  and  men 700  94 

22,462  12 
Less — Rations  on  repayment 183  93 

Total  carried  to  page  Q— 18 22,278  19 

Ottawa   ($636,193.11) 

Local  He  a  dq  u  arte  rs — Offic  e  rs — 

Anderson,   A.   H..  maior:   12  m.,   $2,900;    allowances,   $900;   less  stoppages, 

$62.69 3,737  31 

Archaimbault,  J.  P.  U.,  maior:  April  1-19  at  $2,500.  April  20  to  Mar.  31  at 

$2.700 ;  allowances,  $900 3,589  43 

Bate,  S.  C  It.:  12  m..  $2,150;  allowances,  $450;  less  stoppages,  $38.25 2,561  75 

Beeman.  W.  G.,  maior:  10  m.  at  $2,800;  allowances,  $749.90 •  special  allow- 
ance undergoing  course,  Camberlev.  Ensr..  $1,017.87;  debit  balance  trans- 
ferred to  Pay  of  Staff  (Page  Q— 17),  $277.44 4,378  51 

Bell.  W.  H.,  maior:  12  m..  $2,800;  allowances,  $900;  special  allowance  under- 
goring  course,  Sheerness,  Ens;.,  $219.59;  less  stoppage,  87c 3,918  72 

Boscart.  J.  L.  H..  lit-col.:  April  1  to  May  23  at  $3,100,  May  24  to  Mar.  31 

at  $3:200;  alllowfances,  $622.39;  less  debit  balance,  1922-3,  $200 3,607  79 

Brook.  R.  J.,  capt,:   April  1  to  Mar.  2  at  $2,350:  allowances.  $783.58;  special 

allowance  undergoinsr   course,  Camberley,  Eng.,   $1,102.41 4.052  75 

Burness.  K.  C,  capt.:  April  1  to  Aug.  14  at  $2,250*.  Aug.  15  to  Mar.  31  at 
$2,350;  allowances,  $850;  special  (allowances  undergoing  course,  Hythe, 
Eng.,  $1.053.06 4,215  96 

Burns.  E.  L.  M...  capt.:  April  1  to  Mar.  24  at  $2,250,  Mar.  25-31  at  $2,350; 

allowances,  $178.83 ;  less  stoppages.  $9.18 2,421  53 


NATIONAL  DEFENCE  DEPARTMENT:  EXPENDITURE  Q— 27 

Pay  of  Permanent  Force,  Provisions  and  Supplies — Continued  $       cts. 

Solde  de  la  force  permanente,  provisions  et  fournitures — Suite 

Ottawa — Continued — Suite 

Local  Headquarters — Officers — Continued 

Chambers,   E.   C.    G.,   captt.:  12   m.,   $2,350;    adjutant    pay,    $100;    allow- 
ances, $450 2,900  00 

Ohenlay,  J.  S.,  capt, :  12  m.,  $2,550;  allowances,  $850 3,400  00 

Clarke,  J.  MacC.,  capt. :   12  m.,  $2,550;  allowances,  $450 3,000  00 

Coshild.  H.  J.,  temp.  It-col.:  April  1  to  Feb.  18  at  $3,300.  Feb.  19  to  Mar.  31 

at  $3,400;  allowances.  $1,100 4,411  44 

Coleman,  W.  E.  L.,  capt. :   12  m.