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Canada Legal Directory 



1914 

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Containing the names of the Judges, Lawyers, 

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SYNOPSES OF THE LAWS 

OP THE PROVINCES 

ALBERTA 
Emery, Newell, Ford, Bolton & Mount 
Ednnonton 
BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWFOUNDLAND 

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Victoria St. John's 

MANITOBA 
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Winnipeo 
NEW BRUNSWICK NOVA SCOTIA 

Weldon & McLean Harris, Henry, Rogers & Harris 

St. John Halifax 

ONTARIO 
Johnston, McKay, Dods & Grant 
Toronto 
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND QUEBEC 

McLeod & Bentley McLennan, Howard & Aylnner 

Charlottetown Montreal 

SASKATCHEWAN ^ 

Cross, Jonah, Hugo & Forbes r>4 ^ ^^J^"^ 

YUKON y^^ \\ \ 

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PREFACE 



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As anticipated, the combination has proved most effec- 
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CONTENTS 



GENERAL 

Page. 

Alphabetical List of Barristers for the Dominion 355 

American Attorneys 193 

Appendix (Professional cards and advertisements) ... .Appendix I. 

Banks and their branches 321 

British and Foreign Solicitors 216 

Chartered Accountants 235 

Department of Justice 14 

Dominion Cabinet 12 

Exchequer Court of Canada 14 

Exchequer Court of Canada in Admiralty 15 

Guarantee Companies 245 

Guide to Legal Procedure in England 315 

Patent Solicitors 226 

Patent Laws (Synopsis) 231 

Privy Council 13 

Railway Commissioners 16 

Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada 16 

Transcontinental Railway 16 

Ontario Railway and Municipal Board 16 

International Joint Commission 16 

Supreme Court of Canada 14 

Synopsis of the Laws of each Province 247 



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CONTENTS 



PROVINCES AND NEWFOUNDLAND 

ALBERTA. Page. 

Attorney-General's Dept 17 

Barristers and Solicitors 24-28 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Courts, Officials, etc 17-19 

Judicial Districts 18-19 

Boundaries 22 13 

Land Registration Districts 22-23 

Law Society of Alberta 17 

Registration Districts 19 

Sittings of the Courts . 20-21 

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, Land Legislation 

Fees, etc 247 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Attorney-General's Dept 29 

Barristers and Solicitors 33-38 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Courts, Officials, etc. 29-31 

Judicial Districts 30-32 

Land Registry Offices 31-32 

Law Society of British Columbia 30 

Synopsis of Laws, including Crown Land, Intestacy, etc. 262 

MANITOBA. 

Attorney-General's Dept 39 

Barristers and Solicitors 47-53 

Alphabetical List for Canada , 355 

Courts, Officials, etc 39-42 

Judicial Districts .' 39-42 

Land Titles Districts 44-46 

Law Society of Manitoba 39 

Sittings of the Courts 42-43 

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, Land Registration 

Fees, etc 268 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Attorney-General's Dept 54 

Barristers and Solicitors 57-59 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Barristers' Society of N.B 55 

Courts, Officials, etc 54 

County and Judicial Officers 56 

St. John Law Society 5 5 

Synopsis of Laws , 275 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Barristers and Solicitors 61 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Dept. of Justice 61 

Courts, Officials, etc 60-61 

Law Society of Newfoundland 61 

Sittings of the Courts 60 

Synopsis of Laws 282 

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NOVA SCOTIA. fage. 

Attorney-General's Dept 62 

Barristers and Solicitors 64-67 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Courts, Officials, etc 62 

County and Judicial Officials 63 

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, etc 287 

ONTARIO. 

Attorney-General's Dept 70 

Barristers and Solicitors (Toronto) 78-86 

Barristers and Solicitors (Ontario) 87-104 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Division Courts, Boundaries and Sittings 105-136 

Conveyancing Tariff (Toronto) 71 

Courts, Officials, etc 68-C9 

County and Judicial Officials 72-7^5 

Guarantee Companies 246 

Intestates 76-77 

Land Titles Offices giving Local Masters of Titles 72-75 

Law Society of Upper Canada 70 

Synopsis of Laws 292 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Barristers and Solicitors 138 

Alp-habetical List for Canada 355 

Courts, Officials, etc 137 

Law Society of P.E.I 138 

Synopsis of Laws, including Intestacy, etc 296 

QUEBEC. 

Advocates 143-155 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Attorney-General's Dept ^. . . . 139 

Bailiffs 156-162 

Courts, Officials, etc 139 

District Judges, Magistrates and Sheriffs . 142 

Notaries 163-173 

Registration Districts and Officials 140-141 

Synopsis of Laws, including intestacy, etc. 301 

SASKATCHEWAN. 

Attorney-General's Dept 174 

Barristers and Solicitors 184-191 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Courts, Officials, etc 174-177 

Judicial Districts 174-177 

Boundaries 181-183 

Land Registration Districts 179-181 

Law Society of Saskatchewan 174 

Sittings of the Courts 178-179 

Synopsis of Laws including Intestacy, Land Registration 

Fees, etc 306 

YUKON TERRITORY. 

Barristers and Solicitors 192 

Alphabetical List for Canada 355 

Courts, Officials, etc 192 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



American Collection Service Appendix 77 

American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency Appendix 16 

(Bad Debt Collectors) 

Angus & Stonehouse (Official Stenographers) Appendix 83 

Blythe & Baldwin (Chartered Accountants) 241 

Bratton, A. T. (Patent Solicitor) 228 

Broughton, William, H. C Appendix 81 

Brook & Wilson (Regina Real Estate) Appendix 77 

Budden, HanTury A. (Patent Solicitor) 230 

Burroughs & Company, Limited (Law Book Publishers) Appendix 82 

Campbell, Gordon D. & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 240 

Canada Bonded Attorney Appendix 87 

Canadian Mercantile Agency Appendix 42 

Canadian Torreno System Appendix 82 

Carter, Hugh H., K.C. (Patent Solicitor) 228 

Cuff-Quin, E. R. (Patent Solicitor) 228 

Dawson, P. H. B. (Chartered Accountant) 242 

Dennison, H. J. S. (Patent Solicitor) ". 230 

Dominion of Canada Guar. & Ace. Ins. Co 246 

Dominion Mercantile Protective Co Appendix 53 

Duhamel, Jackson & Beaulieu (Accountants) Appendix 76 

Eastern Trust Company Appendix 23 

Eddis, Wilton C. & Sons (Chartered Accountants) 242 

Edwards, Morgan & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 242 

Falls, Chambers & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 240 

Fetherstonhaugh & Co. (Patent Solicitors) 230 

Fetherstonhaugh & Smart (Patent Solicitors) 228 

Fetherstonhaugh & Son, Limited (Patent Solicitors) 230 

Gladwell, Wilson & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 243 

Griffiths, Albert F. (Chartered Accountant) 241 

Gunn, Roberts & Co Appendix 87 

Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada 244 

Laing & Turner (Chartered Accountants) 241 

Lawson, Welch & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 242 

Lawyer & Banker & Southern Bench & Bar Review Appendix 83 

Lloyd Blackmore & Co. (Patent Solicitors) 229 

McCannel Bros. & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 241 

McDonald, Smith & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 243 

MacKay, John & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 242 

Martin, N. L., & Co. (Assignees, etc.) Appendix 53 

Merson, Geo. O. & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 242 

National Trust Co., Limited Inside Front Cover. 

Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation (Green Insert opposite 244 

Pender, D. A. Cooper, Slaser & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 241 

Remington Typewriter Co Appendix 78 

Riddell, Stead, Hodges & Winter (Chartered Accountants) 241 

Riddell, Stead, Graham & Hutchinson (Chartered Accountants) 243 

Ridout & Maybee (Patent Solicitors) 230 

Ronald, Griggs & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 241 

Rorie, George (Chartered Accountant) 241 

Rutherford, Williamson & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 243 

Scott, C. S. (Chartered Accountants) 242 

Smith & Cameron (Patent Solicitors) 230 

Touche, George A. & Co. (Chartered Accountants) 243 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd Appendix 84 

van Hallen & O'Neail (Patent Solicitors) 228 

Wade, Osier (Asignee, etc.) Inside Front Cover and 243 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter (Stationers, Printers, etc.) Appendix 79 

Western Co-Operatives Agencies, Ltd Appendix 80 

Western Map Agency Appendix 76 



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12 DOMINION CABINET. 

MEMBERS OF HIS MAJESTY'S 
PRIVY COUNCIL FOR CANADA 

Forming the 

DOMINION CABINET 

THE RIGHT HON. ROBERT LAIRD BORDEN, 
Premier and President of the Privy Council. 

THE HON. GEORGE EULAS FOSTER, 
Minister of Trade and Commerce. 

THE HON. GEORGE HALSEY PERLEY, 
Without Portfolio. 

THE HON. ROBERT ROGERS, 

Minister of Public Works. 

THE HON. FRANCIS COCHRANE, 

Minister of Railways and Canals. 

THE HON. WILLIAM THOMAS WHITE, 
Minister of Finance. 

THE HON. LOUIS PHILIPPE PELLETIER, 
Postmaster-General. 

THE HON. JOHN DOUGLAS HAZEN, 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries and Minister of the Naval Service. 

THE HON. CHARLES JOSEPH DOHERTY, K.C., 

Minister of Justice. 

THE HON. SAMUEL HUGHES, 
Minister of Militia and Defence. 

THE HON. WILLIAM^ JAMES ROCHE, 
Minister of the Interior and Supt. General of Indian Affairs. 

THE HON. THOMAS WILSON CROTHERS, 
Minister of Labour. 

THE HON. WILFRID BRUNO NANTEL, 
Minister of Inland Revenue. 

THE HON. JOHN DOWSLEY REID, 
Minister of Customs. 

THE HON. ALBERT EDWARD KEMP, 
Without Portfolio. 

THE HON. JAMES ALEXANDER LOUGHEED, 
Without Portfolio. 

THE HON. MARTIN BURRELL. 
Minister of Agriculture. 

THE HON. LOUIS CODERRE, 
Secretary of State of Canada and Minister of Mines. 

Cleric of the Privy Council: Assistant Clerk: 

Rodolphe Boudreau. F. K. Beimetti. 

Secretary for Imperial and Foreign Correspondence: 
W. Mackenzie. 

Private Secretary to Prime Minister: 
A. E. Blount. 



PRIVY COUNCIL. 13 



JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY 
COUNCIL. 



Office — Downing Street, Whitehall, London, S.W. 



THE RT. HON. THE LORD CHANCELLOR (VISCOUNT HAL- 
DANE). THE LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL. 
EX LORDS PRESIDENT. 

THE LORDS OF APPEAL IN ORDINARY: 

RT. HON, LORD ATKINSON. 

RT. HON. LORD MOULTON. 

RT. HON. LORD SHA W. 

RT. HON. LORD PARKER. 

RT. HON. LORD ROBSON, G.C.M.G. 

RT. HON. LORD KINROSS, 

RT. HON. LORD DUN ED IN. 

RT. HON. SIR JOHN ANDREW HAMILTON. 

And certain other members of the Privy Council, among whom are included 
The Right Honourables THE EARL OF HALSBURY, LORD ASH- 
BOURNE, LORD MERSEY, SIR CHARES FITZPATRICK, G.C.M.G., 
LORD DE VILLIERS, K.C.M.G., C.J. (South Africa); SIR SAMUEL 
J. WAY, BART. (South Australia) ; SIR EDMUND BARTON, G.C.M.G. 
(Australia): SIR SAMUEL WALKER GRIFFITH, G.C.M.G., C.J. 
(Australia); SIR JOHN EDGE; SYED AMEER ALL, CLE. (New 
Zealand); SIR JOSHUA WILLIAMS, 



REGISTRAR OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL AND REGISTRAR OF 
ECCLESIASTICAL AND ADMIRALTY CAUSES: 

CHARLES H. L. NEISH, 
Barritter-at- Law, 

Chief Clerk, Judicial Dept., 
W. REEVE WALLACE. 



The Appellate Jurisdiction Act, 1908, gives power to His 
Majesty to direct Colonial Judges to act as assessors of the Judicial 
Committee on the hearing of appeals from the Colony. 

NOTE. — Three judges form a Quorum. . 



14 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 

SUPREME COURT OF CANADA 



Chief Justice: 
The Right Honorable Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, K.C.M.O. 
Puisne Judges: 
Hon. Sir Louis H. Davies, K.C.M.G. 
Hon. John Idington. 
Hon. Lyiman P. Duff. 
Hon. Francis A. Anglin. 
Hon. Louis P. Brodeur. 

"Registrar: 
Edward R. Cameron, K.C. 

Reporter: '^ Civil Law Reporter: 

Charles H. Masters, K.C. Louis W. Coutlee, K.C. 

Librarian: 
Harris H. Bligh, K.C, D.C.L. 

Sheriff: 
George C. Richardson, M.D. 

There are three Sessions of the Court each year, being — 
The first Tuesday of February, 
The first Tuesday of May, 
The second Tuesday of October. 



EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA 

Judge: 
Hon. Walter G. P. Cassels. 

Assistant Judge: 
Hon. Louis A. Audette. 

Registrar: Deputy Registrar and Reporter: 

Charles Morse, K.C, D.C.L. (Not appointed.) 

Stenographer: Clerks: 

W. H. Huggins, LL.B. Duncan Clark, John McDonald. 

The Exchequer Court sits at Ottawa on every Tuesday when the 
Judge is not otherwise engaged, and on such other days as 
are fixed by special order, and in places outside Ottawa on 
such dates as are fixed by special order, or by general order 
published in the Canada Gazette. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of Canada: 

The Hon. Charles J. Doherty, K.C, D.C.L., LL.D. 

Solicitor-General : 

The Hon. Arthur Meighen, B.A. 

Deputy Minister of Justice: 

iiji r; ;. E. L. Newcombe, C.M.G., K.C, LL.D., M.A. 

Ui :' v^" : . Legal Officers: 

W. Stuart Edwards, Secretary of Department ; John Chisholm j G. H. 
Pownall; P. M. Cote; A. J. McGillivray; Rene de 
Salaberry; Arthur Beauchesne. - 



ADMIRAI^TY. I5. 

EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA IN ADMIRALTY. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA — Registry, Victoria. Judge, Hon. A. Martin, 
J.C.A., Victoria; Deputy Judge, Mr. Justice Galliher, Victoria, 
B.C.; Registrar, B. H. T. Drake, Victoria; Deputy Registrar, 
A. B. Pottenger, Vancouver; Marshal, H. Siddall, Victoria. 

NEW BRUNSWICK — Registry, St. John. Judge, Hon. Ezekiel Mc- 
LeOd, J.S.C., St. John; Registrar, E. S. Ritchie, St. John. 

NOVA SCOTIA — Registry, Halifax. Judge, Hon. A. Drysdale, 
J.S.C., Halifax; Registrar, J. L. Barnhill; Deputy Registrars, 
Charles Lorway, Sydney; Surrogate Judge, His Honor D. Fin- 
layson, Sydney. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND — Registry, Charlottetown. Judge, 
Hon. W. W. Sullivan, J.S.C., Charlottetown; Registrar, W. A. O. 
Morson, K.C., Charlottetown. 

QUEBEC — Registry, Quebec City. Judge, Hon. Sir A. B. Routhier, 
Quebec; Registrar, Thomas Dunne, Quebec; Marshal, J. B. Par- 
kin, Quebec; Deputy Judge, Hon. J. Dunlop, J.S.C., Montreal; 
Deputy Registrar, W. S. Walker, Montreal. 

TORONTO — Registry, Toronto. Judge, Hon. James T. Garrow, 
Toronto; Deputy Judge, Hon. Frank E. Hodgins, Toronto; 
Registrar, John Bruce, Toronto; Marshal, R. S. Stone- 
house, Toronto; Surrogate Judges: C. V. Price, Kingston (for 
Counties of Hastings, Prince Edward, Lennox, Addington, Fron- 
tenac, Leeds, Grenville, Dundas, Stormont, and Glengarry) ; 
D. F. MacWatt, Sarnia (for County of Lambton) ; vacant (for 
Essex, Kent, Elgin, Lambton, and Middlesex); W. J. Hatton, 
Owen Sound (for Grey, Bruce, and Simcoe) ; B. L. Doyle, Goder- 
ich (for Huron and Bruce); J. A. Valin, North Bay (for District 
of Nipissing) ; E. O'Connor, North Bay (for District of Algoma) ; 
Hugh O'Leary, Fort Arthur (for Districts of Thunder Bay and 
Rainy River); Deputy Registrars: J. M. Farrell, Kingston', A. 
Saunders, Sarnia; F. Cleary, Windsor] W. A. Bishop, Owen Sound; 
D. McDonald, Goderich; C. V. Plummer, Sault Ste. Marie. 

YUKON TERRITORY — Registry, Dawson. Judge, Hon. James Craig, 
Dawson; Registrar, Charles McDonald, Dawson; Deputy Judge, 
Hon. Mr. Justice McAulay, Dawson, (during absence of Mr. 
Justice Craig). 

These Districts are presided over by the Local Judge in Admiralty 
of the Exchequer Court, who has within his District the juris- 
diction and the powers, and authority relating thereto, of the 
Judge of the Exchequer Court in respect of the Admiralty juris- 
diction of that Court. 

The Local Judges have authority, with the approval of the Gover- 
nour in Council, to appoint Deputy Judges, who, after appoint- 
ment, have the same powers and authority as the Local Judge. 

The Governour in Council is authorized to appoint for any District 
or portion thereof, a Surrogate Judge or Judges, who have 
certain limited jurisdiction. Registrars, Marshals and other 
officers and clerks are also appointed by the Governour in 
Council. 

Appeal lies to the Exchequer Court from any final judgment of any 
Local Judge in Admiralty. Appeal may also be had direct to 
the Supreme Court of Canada. 



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RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. 



BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA, 

Ottawa. 



Chief Commissioner: 
H. L. Drayton, K.C. 



Aiiittant Chief Commissioner. 
D'Arcy Scott. 



James Mills. 



Commissioners : 
S. J. McLean. 



Secretary of the Board: 

A. D. Cartwright, (Ottawa), 



Chief Traffic Officer: 
James Hardwell. 



Chief Engineer: 
G. A. Mountain. 

Law Clerk: 
A. G. Blair. 



Deputy Chief Commissioner. 
Hon. M. E. Bernior. 



A. S. Goodere. 

Assistant Secretary: 
E. A. Primeau. 

Chief Operating Officer. 
A. J. Nixon. 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE TRANS-CONTINENTAL RAILWAY, 

Ottawa. 

Commissioner : 
Major E. W. Leonard, C.E. 



Assistant to Commissioner: 
D. McPherson. 



Chief Engineer: 
Gordon Grant. 



Purchasing Agent: 
A. L. Ogilvie. 



Bridge Engineer: 
E. F. Uniacke. 



Law Cleric: 
H. Atkinson. 



Secretary : 
P. E. Eyan, (Ottawa). 



Chief Accountant: 
D. Hoctor. 



THE ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD. 

Toronto. 



V ice-Chairman: 
A. B. Ingram. 



Chairman : 
D. M. Mclntyre, K.C. 

Member: 
H. N. Kittsob. 



Secretary : 
H. C. Small. 



INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION. 

Hon. Th. Chase-Casgrain, K.C, H. A. Powell, K.C. 

Montreal. St. John, N.B. 

C. A. McGrath, C.E., 
Ottawa. 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 17 

ALBERTA. 



SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice: 
Hon. Horace Haryey, Edmonton. 

Puisne Judges: 

Hoj. D. L. Scott, Edmonton. Hon. Nicholas D. Beck, Edmonton. 
Hon. C. A. Stuart, Calgary. Hon. W. C. Simmons, Calgary. 
Hon. W. L. Walsh, Calgary. 

Begistrar: 
Alex. Taylor, Edmonton. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTHENT. 

Attorney-General: Deputy At ty. -General: 

Hon. C. W. Cross, K.C., Edmonton. L. F. Clarry, Edmonton. 

THE LAW SOCIETY OF ALBERTA. 

Benchers. 

Ex-officio. 

The Hon. C. J. Doherty, K.C., LL.D., P.C, Minister of Justice. 
The Hon. C. W. Cross, K.C., Attorney-General, Alberta. 
The Hon. C. R. Mitchell, Ex- Attorney-General, Alberta. 



Elected: 

President: 

Jamei Mulr, K.C., Calgary. 

C. F, P. Conybeare, K.C., Lethbridge; Hon. J. A. Lougheed, K.C., 
Calgary; J. C. F. Brown, K.C., Edmonton; James Muir, K.C. 
Calgary; R. B. Bennett, K.C, Calgary; Geo, W. Gfeene, Red 
Deer; A. F. Ewing, Edmonton; G. M. Biggar, K.C, Edmonton; 
A. H. Clarke, K.C, Calgary; Frank Ford, K.C, Edmonton; 
W. A. Begg, K.C, Medicine Hat. 

Secretary-Treasurer: 

"~ Charles F. Adami, Calgary. 



18 ALBERTA. 

JUDICAL DISTRICT OF ATHABASCA. 

District Judge: 
His Honor J. C. Noel, Edmonton. 

Public Administrators and Official Assignees: 

The Standard Trust Co. 

(Other Officials satoe as Edmonton Judicial District.) 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF CALGARY. 

District Judge: 
His Honor A. A. Carpenter, Calgary. 

Cler^ of the Supreme Court: Sherif: 

L. J. Clarke, Calgary. F. M. Graham, Calgary. 

Deputy Clerk: Deputy Sherif: 

S. A. Wallace, Medicine Hat. John Benson, Medicine Hat. 

Cleric of the District Court: 
D. McC. Hardie, Calgary. 

Agents for Attorney-General : 
J. Short, K.C., Calgary; W. A. Begg, Medicine Hat. 

Official Court Beporter: Public Administrator and Official Assignee: 

C. D. Jenkyn. Trusts & Guarantee Co., Ltd. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF EDMONTON. 

District Judge: 
His Honor H. C. Taylor, Edmonton. 

Junior Judge: 
His Honor E. J. Crawford. 

Cleric of the Supreme Court: Sheriff: 

Alex. Taylor, Edmonton. W. S. Robertson, Edmonton. 

Clerk of the District Court: Deputy Sheriff: 

P. M. Dunne. Harrison Eke. 

Agents for Attorney-General: 
E. B. Cogswell, Edmonton; W. M. Corbett, Fort Saskatchewan. 

Public Administrators and Official Assignees: 
National Trust Co., Limited. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE. 

District Judge: 
. His Honor John A. Jackson, Lethbridge. 

Clerk of the Supreme Court: Clerk of the District Court: 

R. P. Wallace, Lethbridge. W. H. Irwin, Lethbridge. 

Sheriff: Police Magistrate: 

M. Young, Lethbridge. D. H. Elton, Lethbridge, 

Agent for Attorney-General : 
C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., Lethbridge. 

Public Administrators and Official Assignees: 
Trusts & Guarantee Co., Limited, Calgary. 



ALBERTA. 19 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MACLEOD. 

District Judge: 
His Honor E. P. McNeill, Macleod. 

(Herk of the Supreme Court: Sheriff: 

T. Dickson, Macleod. D. J. Campbell, Macleod. 

Clerk of the District Court: Agent for Attorney-General: 

W. C. Bryan, Macleod. W. M. Campbell, K.C., Macleod. 

Public Administrators and Official Assignees: 
Trusts & Guarantee Co., Limited, Calgary. 



JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WETASKIWIN. 

District Judge: 
His Honor W. A. D. Lees, Red Deer. 

Clerk of the Supreme Court: Sheriff: 

J. I. Poole (Acting), Wetaskiwin. A. R. Dickson, Wetaskiwin. 

Deputy Clerk: Deputy Sheriff: 

F. S. Simpson, Red Deer. E. S. Hogg. 

Clerk of the District Court: 
J. I. Poole, Wetaskiwin. 

Agents for Attorney-General : 
W. H. Odell, Edmonton; A. H. Russell, Red Deer. 

Public Administrators and Official Assignees: 
Trusts & Guarantee Co., Limited, Calgary. 

REGISTRATION DISTRICTS. 

(For Registration of Hire Receipts, Chattel Mortgages and other 
Transfers of Personal Property.) 

Begistration District of Calgary: — That part of the Judicial 
District of Calgary west of the line between Ranges 10 and 11 west 
of the Fourth Meridian. 

Begistration District of Edmonton : — ^The same as the former 
Judicial District of Edmonton, above described. 

Begistration District of Lethbridge: — Same as Judicial Dis- 
trict of Lethbridge. 

Begistration District of Macleod: — Same as Judicial District of 
Macleod. 

Begistration District of Medicine Hat: — That part of the Judi- 
cial District of Calgary not included in the Registration District of 
Calgary. 

Begistration District of Bed Deer:— That part of the Judicial 
District of Wetaskiwin not included in the Registration District of 
Wetaskiwin. 

Begistration District of Wetaskiwin:— Th&t part of the Judicial 
District of Wetaskiwin north of the line between Townships 41 and 42. 



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ALBERTA. 



SITTINGS OF 
THE SUPREME COURT EN BANC. 

1914. 



Edmonton — Third Tuesdays in 
September and March. 

Calgary — First Tuesdays in 
December and June. 

Edmonton and Calgary — Civil 
and non-jury trials, First Mon- 
day in October, and each Monday 
thereafter except during Vacation. 
Criminal and Civil Jury trials, 
Third Tuesday in October, Feb- 
ruary, and May. 

Wetaskiwin — Criminal, Se- 
cond Tuesday in October and 
March. Civil, First Tuesday in 
November and May. 

Eed Deer — Criminal, Fourth 
Tuesday in October and February. 



Civil, Third Tuesday in Novem- 
ber, and Fourth Tuesday in 
April. 

Medicine Hat— Criminal, Se- 
cond Tuesday in November, and 
Third Tuesday in April. Civil, 
Fourth Tuesday in October, and 
Second Tuesday in March. 

MACLEOD — Criminal, Second 
Tuesday in October, February and 
May. Civil, Second Tuesday ii> 
November, and Third Tuesday in 
April. 

Lethbridge — Criminal, First 
Tuesday in November, and Fourth 
Tuesday in April. Civil, Third 
Tuesday in November, and Second 
Tuesday in May. 



SITTINGS OF 

THE DISTRICT COURTS, 

1914. 

ATHABASCA JUDICIAIi DISTRICT— St. Albert— Jan. 27 th, 

May 2nd, Sept. 15th. Morinville — Jan. 28th, May 6th, Oct. 2nd,' 
Nov. 27th. Stony Plain — Jan. 22nd, Mar. 10th, May 8th, Oct. 6th'. 
Lac Ste. Anne — Feb. 6th, Sept. 11th. Edson — Jan. 23rd, Mar. 
11th, April 21st, Oct. 7th. Athabasca Landing — Jan. 20th, Mar 
17th, May 26th, Oct. 27th. Wabamun — Feb. 5th, Sept. 10th. St, 
Paul de Metis — May 13th, Oct. 13th. Brosseau — Mar. 4th, Oct 
14th. Fitzhugh — Jan. 15th, April 22nd. 

CALGARY JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Calgary — Jan. 19th, Feb. 
16th, Mar. 16th, April 20th, May 18th, June 15th, Sept. 21st, Oct. 
19th, Nov. 16th, Dec. 7th. Medicine Hat — Feb. 3rd, May 5th, 
Sept. 9th, Nov. 3rd. Olds — Mar. 9th, June 8th, Oct. 5th, Nov. 
30th. Didsbury — Mar. 11th, June 10th, Oct. 7th, Dec. 2nd. Car- 
stairs — Mar. 12th, June 11th, Oct. 8th, Dec. 3rd. Cochrane — Feb, 
26th, May 28th, Sept. 1st, Nov. 26th. Banff — Feb. 27th, May. 
29th, Sept. 4th, Nov. 27th. Okotoks — Jan. 8th, April 7th, Sept'.' 
2nd, Oct. 29th. High River — Jan. 9th, April 8th, Sept. 3rd, Oct. 
3 0th. Irvine — Feb. 2nd, May 4th, Sept. 8th, Nov. 2nd. Crossfield 
— Mar. 13th, June 12th Oct. 9th, Dec. 4th. Gleichen — Jan. 14th, 
April 15th, Sept. 16th. Strathmore — Jan. 12th, April 13th, Sept. 
14th. Langdon — Jan. 13th, April 14th, Sept. 15th. Acme— April 
30th, Oct. 15th. Bassano^Jan. 15th, April 16th, Sept. 17th. 



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*:D310NT0N judicial district — Edmonton — Jan. 19 th, 
Feb. 16th, Mar. 16th, April 20th, May 11th, June 15th, Sept. 14th, 
Oct. 19th, Nov. 16th, Dec. 7th. Tofleld — Jan. 6th, Mar. 31st, Oct. 
6th. Vermilion — Jan. 16th, Mar. 12th, April 17th, June 11th, 
Oct. 1st, Dec. 3rd. Ledue — Feb. 11th, May 6th, Sept. 2nd, Nov. 
11th. Fort Saskatchewan — Feb. 24th, May 26th, Sept. 22nd, Nov. 
24th. Viking — Jan. 8th, April 2nd, Oct. 8th. Lamont — Mar. 3rd, 
June 2nd, Oct. 13th. Vegreville — Jan. 13th, Feb. 26th, April 14th, 
May 28th, Sept. 24th, Nov. 26th. Lloydininster — Mar. 10th, June 
9th, Sept. 29th, Dec. 1st. 

L.ETHBKIDGE JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Lethbridge— Jan. 2 0th, 
Feb. 17th, Mar. 17th, April 14th, May 19th, June 16th, Sept. 22nd, 
Oct. 13th, Nov. 17 th, Dec. 8th. Raymond — Jan. 13 th, April 7th, 
Sept. 8th, Nov. 10th. Warner — Mar. 3rd, June 9th, Sept. 18th, 
Dec. 1st. Magrath — Jan. 14th, April 8th, Sept. 9th, Nov. 11th. 
Cardston — Jan. 15th, April 9th, Sept. llth, Nov. 12th. Taber — 
Feb. 3rd, May 5th, Sept. 15th, Nov. 25th. 

MACLEOD JUDICIAL DISTRICT — MacLeod — Jan. 20th, Feb. 
17th, Mar. 17th, April 21st, June 16th, Sept. 22nd, Nov. 24th, Dec. 
8th. Blairmore — Mar. 25th, May 27th, Sept. 9th, Dec. 9th. Car- 
mangay — June 10th, Oct. 7th. Pincher Creek — Mar. 10th, May 
5th, Oct. 1st, Dec. 1st. Nanton — April 16th, Nov. 19th. Coleman 
—May 28th, Dec. 10th. Claresholm — Feb. 12th, May 20th, Sept. 
17th, Nov. 4th. 

WETASKIWIN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Wetaskiwin — Jan. 
20th, Mar. 17th, May 19th, Sept. 29th, Nov. 17th. Camrose — 
Feb. 10th, May 12th, Sept. 8th, Nov. 24th. Daysland — Feb. llth. 
May 13th, Sept. 9th, Nov. 25th. Sedgewick — Feb. 12th, May 14th, 
Sept. 10th, Nov. 26th. Hardisty — Feb. 13th, May 15th, Sept. llth, 
Nov. 27th. Innisfail — Feb. 24th, May 26th, Sept. 1st, Nov. 3rd. 
Lacombe — Feb. 2 5th, May 27th, Sept. 2nd, Nov. 4th. Ponoka — 
Feb. 26th, May 28th, -Sept. 3rd, Nov. 5th. Pine Lake — Mar. 4th, 
June 3rd, Oct. 7th. Castor — Mar. llth, June 10th, Sept. 23rd, 
Nov. llth. Wainwright — Mar. 25th, June 24th, Sept. 16th, Dec. 
2nd. Red Deer — Feb. 17th, April 21st, June 16th, Oct. 2 0th, Dec. 
8th. Stettler — Mar. 12th, June llth, Sept. 24th, Nov. 12th. Alix 
— Mar. 13th, June 12th, Sept. 25th, Nov. 13th. Provost — Jan. 
13th, April 14th, Oct. 13th. Coronation — Jan. 15th, April 16th, 
Oct. 15th. 



i2 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 

BOUNDARIES OP THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. 

Judicial District of Athabasca. That portion of Alberta lying 
north and west of the North Saskatchewan River, and north of 
line forming north boundary of Judicial District of Wetaskiwin, 
except the City of Edmonton. 

Judicial District of Calgary. Bounded on the north by the 
line between Townships 34 and 35; on the east by the eastern bound- 
ary of the Province; on the south by the northern boundaries of the Judi- 
cial Districts of Macleod and Lethbridge; on the west by the western 
boundary of the Province. 

Judicial District of Edmonton. Bounded on the north by North 
Saskatchewan River, south by Judicial District of Wetaskiwin, east 
by western boundary of Saskatchewan, west by North Saskatcne- 
wan River, including the City of Edmonton. 

Judicial District of Lethbridge. On the east by the eastern 
boundary of the Province; on the south by the southern boundary 
of the Province; and on the north and west as follows: — Commencing at 
the point where the eastern boundary of the Province is intersected by the 
third base line in the Dominion lands system of survey, which is the line 
between Townships 8 and 9, thence westerly along the said line be- 
tween Townships 8 and 9 to its intersection with the line between Ranges 
10 and 11 west of the Fourth Meridian, thence northerly following the said, 
line between Ranges 10 and 11 to its intersection with the fifth base line 
in the Dominion lands system of survey, which is the line between Town- 
ships 16 and 17, thence westerly following the said base line to its inter- 
section with the line between Ranges 22 and 23 west of the Fourth Meri- 
dian, thence southerly along the said line between Ranges 22 and 23 to the 
Belly River, thence along the Belly River down stream to the St. Mary River, 
thence southerly and westerly following the west bank of the St. Mary 
River to its intersection with the south boundary of the Blood Indian 
Reserve, thence westerly following the south boundary of the said Reserve 
to its intersection with the line between Ranges 27 and 28 west of the 
Fourth Meridian, thence southerly along the line between the said Ranges 
27 and 28 to its intersection with the southern boundary of the Province 
of Alberta. 

Judicial District of Macleod. Bounded on the north by the 
fifth base line in the Domminion Lands System of survey, which is the line 
between Townships 16 and 17; on the east by the Judicial District of 
Lethbridge; on the south by the International Boundary Line; on the west 
by the western boundary of the Province. 

Judicial District of Wetaskiwin. Bounded on the north 
by the Section line which bounds on the north the most southerly two-thirds 
of Township 47; on the east by the eastern boundary of the Province; on the 
south by the Judicial District of Calgary; on the west by the western 
boundary of the Province. 

The Districts of the respective District Courts are the same as the 
above Judicial Districts. 



LAND REGISTRATION DISTRICTS. 

There are two Land Registration Districts; that of North Alberta and 
that of South Alberta; the Ninth Correction line (being the line between 
Townships 34 and 35) is the boundary between them. 

North Alberta: South Alberta: 

Registry at Edmonton. Registry at Calgary. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 



NOTE. 



Where there i» no Barrister, reference is made to nearest plact 
2vith a resident Barrister. 



ACME, See Calgary. 
AIRDRIE, See Calgary. 
ALIX — Jud. Dist. Wetaskiwin. 

Norris, G. G. 
ATHABASKA LANDING — Jud. 
Dist. Athabaska. 
Hendry, James C. 
Will, J. H. B. 
BANFF, See Calgary. 
BARONS, See Lethbridge. 
BASSANO — Jud. Dist. Cal- 
gary. 
Burns & Mavor. R. G. 
Burns, J. S. Mavor. (See 
Calgary.) 
Card, Appendix Page 1. 
Dyer, E. A. 
BAWLF, See Edmonton. 
BEAVER LODGE, See Grou- 

ard. 
BLACKIE, See High River. 
BLAIRMORE— Jud. Dist. Mac- 
leod. 
Campbell & Gillis. J. E. 

Gillis, B.A. 
Ede, Thomas. 
Moore, H. C. 
Putnam, L. H. — 

Card, Appendix Page 1. 
Roberts, H. H. 
BOTHA, See Stettler. 
BOWDEN, See Calgary. 
BOWELL, See Medicine Hat. 
BOW ISLAND, See Taber. 
BRANT, See Calgary. 
BROCKETT, See Pincher 

Creek. 
BRUCE, See Viking. 
BRUDERHEIM, See Ft. Sas- 
katchewan. 
BURDETTE, See Taber. 
BURMIS, See Pincher Creek. 
CALGARY — Jud. Dist. Cal- 
gary. 
Aitken, Gilchrist & .O'- 
RouPlte. R. T. D. Aitken, 
LL.B., H. H. Gilchrist, 
H. L. O'Rourke, H. P. 
Babson, Jr. 
Card, Appendix Page S. 
Arundel, John. 
Bergeron, P. J. 
Bernard, Bernard & Good- 
all. M. Charles Bernard, 
A. H. Goodall. 
Bpoomfleld & Sellar. D. J. 
Broomfleld, W. H. Sellar. 
Buchanan, Jno. T. 
Burns & Mavor. R. C. 
Burns, B.A., LL.B., J. S. 
Mavor, B.A., LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 1. 



CALGARY— Continued. 

Clarlt & Forsyth. P. W. L. 
Clark, H. C. B. Forsyth. 

Clarke, McCarthy, Carson 
St Macleod. A. H. 
Clarke, K.C., M. S. Mc- 
Carthy, K.C., J. E. A. 
Macleod, J. M. Carson, 
A. L. Smith, W. C. 
Robertson, F. S. Albright, 

F. L. Shouldice, A. de B. 
Winter. 

Card, Appendix Page 1. 

Coleman, E. 

Collison, B. F. W. 

Drysdale, C. E. 

Duncan istuart A Co. (See 

Stuart & Co.). 
Dunbar, E. A. — 

Card, Appendix Page 1. 
Eaton, Frank E. 

Card, Appendix Page 1. 
Forsyth, H. C. B. 
Giiiis, H. E. 
Hannah, Stirton A Fisher. 

Alex Hannah, David M. 

Stirton, William G. 

Fisher. 
Hunt, A. L. 
Jennison & Craig. J. L. 

Jennison, K.G., K. G. 

Craig. 
Jones, Pescod & Adams. 

Clifford T. Jones, Ernest 

G. Pescod, S. H. Adams. 
Card, Appendix Page 1. 

Lathwell A Waters. W. T. 

D. Lathwell, W. B. Wat- 
ers. — 

Card, Appendix Page 1. 
Lent, Jones Sk MacKay. W. 

F. W. Lent, Stanley L. 

Jones, B.A., Alex. B. 

MacKay. 
Lougheed, Bennett, McLaws 

A Co. Hon. James A. 

Lougheed, K.C., R. B. 

Bennett, K.C., M.P., W. 

H. McLaws, John R. S. 

Black, J. B. Roberts, G. 

H. Lougheed. 
Card, Appendix Page S. 
McArdle & Davidson. 1. 

W. McArdle, W. S. 

Davidson. 
McLaurIn, W. R. 
McLean & Ford. H. W. 

McLean, C. J, Ford. 
MacDonald, J. J. 
Matheson, C. Wlnfleld, B.A. 
Card, Appendix Page S. 



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25 



CALGARY— Continued. 

Millican, Millican & Old- 
ham. W. J. Millican, A. 
E. Millican, J. N. Oldham. 

Morris, W. S. 

Muir, Jephson, Adams & 
Brownlee. James Muir, 
K.G., J. P. J. Jephson, 
Charles F. Adams, John 

E. Brownlee, B.A. — 
Card, Apvenaix Page S. 

Naunton, H. W. 

Peacock A Skene. Mirk 
Bennett Peacock, Stanley 
D. Skene. 

Petrie, John J. 

Card, Appendix Page 3. 

Reilly & Lunney. Clifford 
B. Reilly, Harry W. Lun- 
ney, John D. Reilly. 

Robertson, E. V. 

Card, Appendix Page 3. 

Ryan & Wright. Edward 

F. Ryan, C. M. Wright, 
Adrien Falardeau. 

Card, Appendix Page 3. 

Saunders, H. P. 

Savary, Fenerty & de 
Roussy. H. P. Otty 
Savary, Lloyd H. Fenerty, 
Francois de Roussy (de 
Sales). 

Short, Ross, Selwood & 
Shaw. James Short, 
K.G., G. H. Ross, F. S. 
Selwood, B.A., J. T. 
Shaw, LL.B. — 

Card, Appendix Page 4. 

Stewart, Charman & Cam- 
eron. Reginald Stewart, 
J. H. Charman, B.A., 
LL.B,, J. McK. Cameron, 
LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 4. 

Stuart (Duncan) 8t Co. 
Card, Appendix Page 4. 

Taylor, Moffat & Moyer, 
W. P. Taylor, D. S. Mof- 
fat, B.A., B.C.L., Fred. 

G. Moyer. 

Card, Appendix Page 4. 
Tweedie & McGlllivray. T. 
M. Tweedie, B.A., LL.B., 
A. A. McGlllivray, LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 4. 
Waines, W. L. 
Walker, George A. (G.P.R. 
Solicitor.) J. W. Huglll. 
Warner, W. G. 
Wilson, H. S. 
Wright & Wright Jno. 

A. Wright, G. A. Wright, 
B.C.L. 
Card, Appendix Page 4. 
Zimmerman, George. 
CAMROSE — Jud. Dist. Wet- 
askiwin. 
Burgess & McKay. J. K. 
Burgess, W. J. McKay. 
3 



CAMROSE — Continued. 

Jackson & Mclsaac. L. R. 
Jackson, J. P. Mclsaac. 
CARBON, See Calgary. 
CARDSTON — Jud. Dist. Leth- 
bridge. 
Jacobs, Z. W. 
Johnston, W. S. 
Cameron, G. E. 
CARMANGAY — Jud. Dist. 
Macleod. 
Hogg, A. B. 
CARSTAIRS— Jud. Dist. Cal- 
gary. 
Moore, Charles W. 
CASTOR — Jud. Dist. Wetaski- 
win. 
Locke, E. G. 

Murphy, R. Clarke, B.A., 
LL.B 
Card, Appendix Page 4. 
CAYLEY, See High River. 
CLARESHOLM— Jud. Dist. 
Macleod. 
Haslam, H. 0. 
Langmuir, Frederick. 
W^fi It T R 
COCHRAfyiE, See Calgary. 
COLEMAN, See Macleod. 
CORONATION — Jud. Dist. 
Wetaskiwin. 
Corey, Lloyd A. 

Card, Appendix Page 6. 
COUTTS, See Lethbridge. 
COWLEY, See Blairmore. 
CROSSFIELD, See Carstairs. 
DAYSLAND— Jud. Dist. Wet- 
askiwin. 
Barnett & Graham. John 
Barnett, P. E. Graham. 
(See Innisfail). 
DIAMOND CITY, See Leth- 
bridge. 
DIDSBURY— Jud. Dist. Cal- 
gary. 
Patterson, H. S. 
EDMONTON— Jud. Dist. Ed- 
monton. 
Ap'john, Prank J. 
Barclay, L. T. 
Bishop, Pratt & Delavault. 
E. T. Bishop, E. E. Dela- 
vault, Rickerton Pratt. — 
Bow, J. M. 
Bown, J. G. P., K.G. 
Boynton, Charles M. 
Brice, Edward. 

Card, Appendix Page 6. 
Brown, L. W. & M. M. 

Charleson. 
Byers A Wright. F. D. 

Byers, E. A. Wright. 
Canniff, J. Foster. 
Cassels, R. W. 
Clarke, Joseph A. 

Card, Appendix Page 6. 
Clarry, L. F. (Deputy Atty.- 

General). 
Cogswell & Wells. E. B. 
Cogswell. Wm. A. Wells. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



EDMONTON — Continued. 
Cormack & Mackle. John 

Cormack, H. A. Mackie. — 
Cowan, Hector. 
Cowan, Isaac S. 
Dawson, H. J. 
Dickey, Wilson & Bury. 

H. A. Dickey, W. S. R. 

Wilson, A. A. G. Bury. 
Dickson, S. A. 

Card, Appendix Page 6. 

Dow, R. J. Q. 

Downes & iVIarks. Geo. F. 
Downes, Alfred L. Marks 
(Strathcona P. 0.). 

Diihuc, Lncien. 

Eagar & Graham. M. W. 
Eagar, B. T. Graham. 

Edwards, E. B., K.C. 

Emery, Newell, Ford, Bol- 
ton & Mount. E. G. Em- 
ery, G. F. Newell, K.G., 
Frank Ford, K.G., S. Ed- 
ward Bolton, Cecil B. F. 
Mount, Irving B. Howatt, 
Neville R. Lindsay. 
Card, Appendix Page 6. 

Ewing St Harvle. A. F. 

Ewing, K.G., A. D. Harvie 

Friedman, H. A. 

Garlepy, Giroux & Dunfop. 
Wilfred Garlepy, L. A. 
Giroux, G. G. Dunlop. 
Card, Appendix Page 5. 

Golding, Erse, R. 

Grant & Thomson. Alfred 
Grant, B.A., P. G. Thom- 
son. 

Grant, Charles A., K.C. 

Griesbach, O'Connor & Co. 
W. A. Griesbach, G. B. 
O'Connor, K.C. 
Card, Appendix Page 7. 

Harrison & Wilson. Wil- 
fred G. Harrison, Charles 
A. Wilson. 
Card, Appendix Page 7. 

Hyndman, & Hyndman; 
Hyndman, Hyndman, Mil- 
ner & Matheson. J. D. 
Hyndman, H. H. Hynd- 
man, H. R. Milner, A. S. 
Matheson. 
Card, Appendix Page 7. 

Lament, John J., B. A. 

Card, Appendix Page 7. 

Landry & Landry. H. L. 
Landry, J. G. Landry. 

Lavell, John R. (Strathcona 
P. 0.). 
Card, Appendix Page 7. 

Lymburn, Mackenzie & 
Cooke. J. Farquhar Lym- 
burn, Keith C. Mackenzie, 
Brian L. Cooke. 

McGaul & Valens. C. C. 
McGaul, K.G., Geo. G. 
Valens. 



EDMONTON— Continued. 

McDonald & Tighe. Wal- 
lace McDonald, R. D. 
Tighe. 

McNamara, D. J. 

McQuaid, E. S. — 

Card, Appendix Page 7. 

MacKay, Hanley & Boyd. 
A. G. MacKay, W. J. 
Hanley, H. C. Boyd. ' 

Macdonald & Grant. J. K. 
Macdonald, A. G. Grant, 
K. F. Corbett. 

MacKinnon & Matheson. D. 
H. MacKinnon, J. D. 
Matheson. 

Madore, Louis. 

Malone, T. B., LL.B. 

Mills, N. D. (Strathcona 
P. 0.). 

Mode, A. T. 

Morris, W. Rhewell. 

Mustard & Day. W. J. A. 
Mustard, R. C. Day. 

Parlee, Freeman & Abbott. 

H. H. Parlee, K.C, C. L. 

Freeman, P. W. Abbott. 

Card, Appendix Page 7. 

Pelton, Gerald V., LL.B. 

Rea, William. 

Robertson, Macdonald & 
Winkler. H. H. Robert- 
son, J. M. Macdonald, 
Gordon E. Winkler. 
Card, Appendix Page 9. 

Rutherford, Jamieson & 
Grant. Hon. A. G. Ruther- 
ford, F. C. Jamieson, G. 
H. Grant. 

Card, Appendix Page 8. 

Scrimgeour, J. S. 

Short, Cross, Biggar, 
Sherry & Field; Short, 
Woods, Biggar & Col- 
llsson. William Short, 
K.C, Hon. C W. Gross, 
K.C, (Atty. Gen. for 
Alta.) 0. M. Biggar, K.C, 
S. B. Woods, K.C, J. T. 
J. GoUisson, J. C Sherry, 
Sem. W. Field. 
Card, Appendix Page 9. 

Stuart & Stewart. Alex. 
Stuart, K.C, J. R. F. 
Stewart, LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 8. 

Tipton, J. G. (Strathcona 
P. 0.) 

Wallbridge, Henwood & 
Gibson. J. E. Wall- 
bridge, K.C, G. B. Hen- 
wood, A. H. Gibson. 



Willson, N. C. 



(Strath- 



cona P. 0.) 
EDSON — Jud. Dist. Edmon- 
ton. 
Morgan, J. H. L. 
Roberts, C J. 
ENTWISTLE, See Edmonton. 



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27 



FAIRVIEW, See Gardston. 
FISHBURN, See Pincher 

Creek. 
FLEET, See Castor. 
FORT SASKATCHEWAN — 

Jud. Dist. Edmonton. 
Copbett & Harper. W. M. 
Corbett, Douglas Harper. 
FRANK — Jud. Dist. Macleod. 

See Blairmore. 
GADSBY, See Castor. 
QLEICHEN, Jud. Dist. Cal- 
gary. 
Corey, B. S. 
GLENWOOD, See Cardston. 
GRAND PRAIRIE — Jud. Dist. 
Athabaska, See Grouard. 
GRANUM — Jud. Dist. Mac- 
leod. 
Gillespie, Thos. 
GRASSY LAKE, See Taber. 
GROUARD — Jud. Dist. Atlia- 
baska. 
Pottage, Frank. 
St. Germain, Omer. 
HALKIRK, See Castor. 
HANNA — Xud. Dist. Wetask- 
iwin. 
Blois, H. M. 
HARDISTY — Jud. Dist. We- 
taskiwin. 
Smith, Michael. 
HIGH RIVER— Jud. Dist. Cal- 
gary, 
Arnold, A. J. 

Ballachey, Alec. A. & W. 
G. MacKenzie. 
Card, Appendix Page 9. 
McCorquodale, A. Y. 
HILL CREST, See Pincher 

Creek 
HOLDEN, See Viking. 
HUGHENDEN, See Sedgewick. 
INNISFREE, See Vermilion. 
INNISFAIL — Jud. Dist. Wet- 
askiwin. 
Barnett & Graham. John 
Barnett, P. H. Graham 
(See Daysland). 
Black, D. G. 
Oldham, P. M. 
IRRICANA, See Calgary. 
IRVINE, See Medicine Hat. 
ISLAY, See Lloydminster. 
KILLAM, See Wetaskiwin. 
KIMBALL, See Cardston. 
KIPP, See Lethbridge. 
KITSCOTTY — Jud. Dist. Ed- 
monton. 
Morrison, J. W. G. (See 
Vermilion.) 
LACOMBE — Jud. Dist Wetas- 
kiwin. 
Jones, E. H. 

MacDonald & McBride. A. 
M. MacDonald, J. B. Mc- 
Bride. 
LAMONT, See Vegreville. 
LANGDON, See Calgary. 
LAVOY, See Vegreville. 



LEDUC — Jud. Dist. Edmon- 
ton. 
Ghartres, William M. 
Marks, A. L. (See Downes 

& Marks, Edmonton.) 
Watt & Watt. J. S. Watt, 
A. S. Watt. (Also at 
Wetaskiwin.) 
Card, Appendix Page 12. 
LETHBRIDGE — Jud. Dist 
Lethbridge. 
Ball, W. S. 

Conybeare, Church & Mc- 
Arthur. C. F. P. Conv- 
beare, K.G., H. W. 
Church, M. S. McAr- 
thur, R. R. Davidson. 
Elton, D. H. 
Foley, C. M. 
Ives, W. G. 

Johnstone & Ritchie. L. M. 
Johnstone, K.C., J. Nor- 
man Ritchie. — 
Card, Appendix Page 9. 
Mackenzie & Menzie. E G 
Mackenzie, H. W. Men- 
zie. 
Palmer & McLelland. 
John R. Palmer, W. H 
McLelland. 
Card, Appendix Page 9. 
Poapst & Virtue. W. V. 

Poapst, A. G. Virtue. 
Shepherd & Dunlop. S. J. 
Shepherd, A. E. Dunlop, 
G. E. A. Rice. 
Card, Appendix Page 10. 
Smith, R. A. 
LLOYDMINSTER— Jud. Dist. 
Edmonton. 
Lisle, H. G. 
Munro, j. D. 
MACLEOD— Jud. Dist. Mac- 
leod. 
Campbell, William M., K.C. 
Card, Appendix Page 10. 
Fawcett & Cameron. J. L. 
Fawcett, C. E. Cameron. 
Card, Appendix Page 10. 
Hicks, Joseph. 
McDonald, Martin & Mac- 
kenzie. J. W. xMcDonald, 
Thos. B. Martin, D. G. 
Mackenzie. 
Card, Appendix Page 10. 
Macleod & Gray. Colin 
Macleod, W. S. Gray. — 
Card, Appendix Page 10. 
MAGRATH, See Lethbridge. 
MANNVILLE— Jud. Dist. Ed- 
monton. 
Ebbett, A. W. 
MEDICINE HAT— Jud. Dist. 
Calgary. 
Begg, W. A. 
Conyers, Albert M. 
Davidson & Bell. G. T. 
Davidson, Morley L. Bell. 
Card, Appendix Page 10. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



MEDICINE HAT — Continued. 
Davidson & Beattie. R. B. 

Davidson, W. Beattie. 
Dundon, W. P. 
Kealy, 0. W. 

Laidlaw, Blanchard & 
Rand. Lome N. Laidlaw, 
G. S. Blanchard, I. V. 
Rand. 
Card, Appendix Page 11. 
MahafTy & Blackstock. J. 
J. Mahaffy, G. M. Black- 
stock. 
Card, Appendix Page 11. 
Short & Frasep. S. Short, 
G. L. Frasf^r. 
MILK RIVER, See Lelhbrfdge. 
MILLET — Jud. Dist. I^dnion- 
ton. 
Smith. Geo. P. 
MINBURN, See Vermilion. 
MONARCH, See Granum. 
MORINVILLE — Jud. Dist. 
Athabaska. See Edmon- 
ton. 
MOUNTAIN VIEW, See Card- 

ston. 
MUNDARE, See Vegreville. 
MUNSON — Jud. Dist. Wetas- 
kiwin. 
Lawrence, A. J. 
NANTON, See High River. 
NESTOR, See Viking. 
NEW DAYTON, See Leth- 

bridge. 
NOBLE, See Granum. 
OKOTOKS — Jud. Dist. Cal- 
gary. 
Stockford, 0. B. 
Varley, F. W. 
OLDS — Jud. Dist. Calgary. 
Hazelton & Austin. J. D. 

Hazelton, W. A. Austin. 
Thomson, H. U. 
PARKLAND, See High River. 
PEACE RIVER, See Edmonton. 
PEMBINA, See Edmonton. 
PINCHER CREEK — Jud. Dist. 
Macleod. 
Kemmis, Thomson & Jack- 
son. A. C. Kemmis, 
Donald Thomson, J. H. 
Jackson. 
Methot, L. Dorais. 
PONOKA— Jud. Dist. Wetas- 
kiwin. 
Franks. Thos. W. 
PROVOST, See Wetaskiwin. 
RANFURLY, See Vermilion. 
RAYMOND, See Lethbridge. 
REDCLIFF, See Medicine Hat. 
RED DEER — Jud. Dist. Wet- 
askiwin. 
Greene & Payne. George 
W. Greene, W. E. Payne. 
Card, Appendix Page 11. 
Moore, J. Carlyle. 
Russell. A. H. 
Scott, H. G. 

Card, Appendix Page 11. 



RYLEY, See Viking. 
ST. ALBERT, See Edmonton. 
SEDGEWICK — Jud. Dist. 
Wetaskiwin. 
Millar, A. I. 
SEVEN PERSONS, See Medi- 
cine Hat. 
SPRING COULEE, See L< th- 

bridge. 
SPRUCE GROVE, See Edmon- 
ton. 
STANLEY, See Lethbridge. 
STEITLER — Jud. Dist. Wet- 
askiwin. 
Costigan, J. T. 
Munro, H. H. 
STIRLING, See Lethbridge. 
STONY PLAIN— Jud. Dist. 
Arthabaska. 
Lundy, F. W. 
STRATHCONA, See Edmon- 

f.i-.n. 
STRATHMORE — Jud. Dist. 
Calg-ary. 
Clow, A. H. 
STROMEj See Camr-c^e. 
TABER — Jud. Dist. Leth- 
bridge. 
Myers, H. G. 

Prowse & Lyons. J. H. 

Prowse, J. B. Lyons. 

Card, Appendix Pago il. 

THREE HILLS, See Calgary. 

TOFIELD, See Edmonton. 

TROCHU— Jud. Dist. Calgary. 

MacGregor, J. Campbell. 
VEGREVILLE— Jud. Dist. Ed- 
monton. 
Morrison, P. A. 
Russell, F. W. 
VERMILION— Jud. Dist. Ed- 
monton. 
Murray, Norman. 
Morrison, J. W. Q. 
VIKING— Jud. Dist. Edmon- 
ton. 
Kelcey, W. B. P. 
VULCAN— Jud. Dist. Calgary. 

Peterkin, G. W. 
WAINWRIGHT — Jud. Dist. 
Wetaskiwin. 
Cordell, M. G. 
Hunter, Robert. 
WALSH, See Medicine Hat. 
WARNER, See Lethbridge. 
WETASKIWIN— Jud. Dist. 
Wetaskiwin. 
Loggle & Manley. W. J. 
Loggie, LL.B., R. W. 
Manley. — 
Card, Appendix Page 11. 
Odell, W. H. 

Watt & Watt. A. S. Watt, 
J. S. Watt. 
Card, Appendix Page 1£. 
Wilkins, E. D. H. 
WOLF CREEK, See Edmon- 
ton. 
YARROW, See Pincher Creek. 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 29 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 



COURT OP APPEAL. 

Chief Justice of Appeal: 
Hon. James A. Macdonald. 

Justices: 

Hon. P. JE. Irving; Hon. Archer Martin; Hon. W. A. Galliher; 
Hon. A. E. McPhillips. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice of B.C. : 
Hon. Gordon Hunter. 

Puisne Judges: 

Hon. Aulay Morrison; Hon. W. H, P. Clement; Hon. Denis Murphy; 
Hon. F. B. Gregory; Hon. W. A. Macdonald. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA ADMIRALTY DISTRICT. 

Loral Judge: 
Hon. Archer Martin, Victoria. 

JRcgistrar : Deputy Begistrar: 

B. H. T. Drake, Victoria. A. B. Pottenger, Vancouver. 

Marshal: 
H. Siddall, Victoria. 

COURT OF REVISION AND APPEAL. 

By R.S., B.C., 1911, c. 222, s. 86, the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council may from time to time appoint one or taore persons in 
any Assessment District to be a Court of Revision and Appeal 
in respect of the assessment of property and income, as afore- 
said for such District. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Attorney-General: Deputy Attorney-General: 

Hon. W. J. Bowser, K.C. J. P. McLeod. 

Official Guardian: 
H. O. Alexander, Vancouver. 

Inspector of Legal Offices: 

H. C. Hanlngton, Victoria. 



30 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 

LAW SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Treasurer: Secretary and Law Reporter. 

G. E. Corbould, K.C. E. C. Senkler, K.C. 



Benchers — Ex-Officio. 

The Attorney-General for Canada; Hon. W. J. Bowser, K.C, Attor- 
ney-General for B.C., Hon. J. F. McCreight, retired Judge. 



Benchers — Elected . 

G. E. Corbould, K.C; E. V. Bodwell, K.C; L. G. McPhillips, K.C 

E. P. Davis, K.C; Sir C H. Tupper, K.C; K.C.M.G.; 

A. P. Luxton, K.C; J. H. Senkler, K.C; 

R. T. Elliott, K.C; W. C Moresby. 



ATLIN JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judge: 
F. McB. Young, Atlin. 

Sheriff: 
John Shirley, Prince Rupert. 
Registries at Atlin, Hazelton and Prince Rupert. 

CARIBOO JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judge : 
F. Calder, Ashcroft. 
Sheriff: Deputy Sheriff: 

E. S. Peters, Quesnel. R. D. Gumming, Ashcroft. 

Registries at Ashcroft, Barkerville, Clinton, 150 Mile House aad Lillooet. 

KOOTENAY JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judges : 
P. E. Wilson, Cranbrook; G. G. Thompson, Cranbrook; J. A. Forin, Nelson. 

Sheriffs : 
S. P. Tuck,. Nelson; H. C. Moore, Golden; W. J. Law, Revelstoke. 

KegistrJes at Cranbrook, Fernie, Golden, Kaslo, Nelson, Revelstoke, Ross- 
land, Trout Lake and Wilm6r. 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 31 

NANAIMO JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judge : 
C, H. Barker, Nanaimo. 

Sheriff: 

C. J. Trawford, Nanaimo. 

Registries at Alberni, Cumberland, Duncan, Ladysmith and Nanaimo. 

VANCOUVER JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judges, County Court: 
W. W. B. McTnnes, Vancouver; David Grant, J. J., Vancouver. 

Sheriff: 

James D. Hall, Vancouver. 

Registry at Vancouver, 

VICTORIA JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judge : 
P. S. Lampman, Victoria. 

Sheriff: 

F. G. Richards, Victoria. 

Registry at Victoria. 

WESTMINSTER JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judge : 
F. W. Howay, New Westminster. 

Sheriff: 

T, J. Armstrong, New Westminster. 

Registries at Chilliwhack, New Westminster and Yale. 

YALE JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Judges : 
J. D. Swanson, Kamloops; J. R. Brown, Grand Forks. 

Sheriffs : 
H. C. Kerman, Grand Forks; D. F. Wood, Kamloops. 
Registries at Fairview, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Hedley, Kamloops, Mid- 
way, Nicola, Penticton, Princeton and Vernon. 

LAND REGISTRY OFFICES. 

liegistrar-General: 'Registrar of Joint Stock Companies: 

S. Y. Wootton, Victoria. H. G. Garrett, Victoria. 



Registry Offices 

Victoria, Vancouver, New Westminster, Kamloops, Nelson, Prince Rupert. 



32 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 




BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



33 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 

NOTE: Where there is no Barrister, reference is made to nearest place 
with a resident Barrister. 



ABBOTTSFORD, See New 

Westminster. 
ALBERNI, See Nanaimo. 
ALDERMERE, See Hazelton. 

ARMSTRONG — Jud. Dist. 
Yale. 
Van Kleeck, S. B. 
ARROWHEAD, See Nelson. 
ASHCROFT — Jud. Dist. Cari- 
boo. 
Henderson, S. 
Murphy, j. 
ATLIN, See White Horse, 

Yukon. 
BARKERVILLE, See Quesnel. 
BOUNDARY FALLS, See 

Greenwood. 
BRIDESVILLE, See Midway. 
CANAL FLATS, See Cran- 

brook. 
CHILLIWHACK — Jud. Dist. 
Westminster. 
Bowes. J. H. 

Glaughton & Ewen. John 
Ewen. 
CASCADE, See Grand Forks. 
CLINTON, See Ashcroft. 
CLOVERDALE, See New 

Westminster. 
COQUITLAM — Jud.. Dist. 
Westminister. 
McDougall, Long & Mc- 
Intyre, P. J. Mclntyre. 
(See Vancouver.) 
CRA!VBROOK — Jud. Dist. 
Kootenay. 
Harvey, McCarter, Macdon- 
ald & Nisbet. J. A. Har- 
vey, K.n., 0. S. McCar- 
ter, A. B. Macdonald, M. 
A. Macdonald, W. A. Nis- 
bet. 
Wilson, P. E. 
CRESTON, ^ee Nelson. 
CUMBERLAND — Jud. Dist. 
Nanaimo. 
Harrison, P. P. 
DUNCANS — Jud. Dist. Nan- 
aimo. 
Cresswell, E. T. 
EBURNE — Jud. Dist. West- 
minster. 
Pearse. T. 
EHOLT, See Greenwood. 
ELKO, See Fernie. 
ENDERBY — Jud. Dist. Yale. 
Grossman, Allan F. 



EXTENSION, See Nanaimo. 
FAIRVIEW, See Penticton. 
FERNIE — Jud. Dist. Koote- 
nay. 
Hepchmep & Martin. Sher- 
wood Herchmer, J. J. 
Martin. 
Lawe & Fisher. F. C. 

Lawe, A. I. Fisher. 
Macneil, Alex. 
FLAGSTONE, See Fernie. 
FORT GEORGE — Jud. Dist. 
Caribo(>. 
Avison, E. J. (See Ques- 
nel). 
Eckstein, L. P. 
FORT STEELE, See Cran- 
brook. 

GOLDEN— Jud. Dist. Koote- 
nav. 
Hill, F. B. 
GRAND FORKS — Jud. Dist. 
Yale. 
Hamilton, Wrag-ge & Mac- 
kenzie. (See Nelson.) 
Miller & Cochrane. Ernest 
Miller, W. B. Cochrane. 

GREENWOOD — Jud. Dist. 

Yale. 
Black. A. S. 
Hallett, I. H. 

HAZELTON — Jud. Dist. At- 
lin. (See Prince Rupert.) 
HEDLEY, See Princeton. 
HOSMER, See Fernie. 
JAFFRAY, See Fernie. 

KAMLOOPS — Jud. Dist. 
Yale. 
Archibald, J. R. 
Cornwall, F. Temple. 

Card, Appendix Page 1^. 

Fulton, F. J., K.C. 
Harding', Freeman. 
Macintyre & Black. Alex. 

D. Macintyre, Geo. W. 

Black. 
Morley, H. L. 

KASLO, See Nelson. 

KELOWNA — Jud. Dist Yale. 
Burne &. Temple. J. F. 

Burne, A. Temple (See 
Penticton). 
Kerr, R. B. 

KEREMEOS, See Princeton. 

KIMBERLY, See Cranbrook. 

KITSELAS, See Prince Rupert. 



34 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



KITSUM KELUM, See Prince 

Rupert. 

LADNER, See New West- 
minster. 

LADYSMITH, See Nanaimo. 
LANGLEY, See New West- 
minster. 

MARYSVILLE, See Cranbrook. 
MERRITT — .Tiid. Dist. Yale. 

Grimmett, M. L. 

Manghan, J. A. 
MICHEL, See Hosmer. 
MIDWAY, See Greenwood. 
MORRISSEY, See Fernie. 
MOYIE, See Cranbrook. 
MU^CASTER, See Midway. 
NAKUSP, See Cranbrook. 
NANAIMO — Jud. Dist. Nan- 
aimo. 

Bird, Leighton & Darling. 
J. E, Bird, A. Leigtiton, 
G. Darling. 

Harrison, V. B. 

Potts, G. H. Beevor. 

Simpson, J. H. 

NELSON — Jud. Dist. Koote- 

nay. 
Crense, E. A. 
Hamilton <& Wragge. C. R. 

Hamilton, K.G., E. G. 

Wragge. 
Johnson, A. M, 
Maclcay, J. Soper. 
Moffatt, F. G. 
O'Sliea & Farris. J. O'Shea, 
NEW DENVER, See Nelson. 
NEW MICHEL, See Hosmer. 
NEW WESTMINSTER — Jud. 

Dist. Westminster. 
Bole, J. P. Hampton. 
Bole, W. N., K.G. 
Clute, J. Stilwell. 
Corbouid, Grant & McColl. 

Gordon E. Corbouid, 

K.G., J. R. Grant, A. E. 

McGoU. 
Card, Appendix Tage 12. 
Gwynn, J. G. 
Hansford, W. F. 
Johnston, Adam Smith. 

Card, Appendix Tage 12. 
Jones, T. G. 
Lidster, H. N. 
McBride & Kennedy. Hon. 

R. McBride. J. D. Ken- 
nedy. 
McOuarrie, Martin &. Cas- 

sady. W. G. McQuarrie, 

Geo. E. Martin, Geo. L. 

Cassady. 
Whlt*»pJd'> & Edmonds. W. 

J. Whiteside, K.G., H. L. 

Edmonds, D. Whiteside. 
Card, Appendix Tage 12. 



NICOLA, See Kamloops. 

NORTH VANCOUVER — Jud. 

Dist. Vancouver, 
Buchanan & Bull (See Van- 
couver) . 
Ruggles & Layton (See 
Vancouver). 

PHOENIX, See Grand Forks. 

PENTICTON— Jud. Dist. Yale. 
Burn*^, Tempi** & Tun- 
bridge. J. F. Burne, A. 
Temple, N. F. Tunbrldge. 
Clayton, Wm. 

PORT ALBERNI — Jud. Dist. 
Nanaimo. 
Sanders, A. T. 

PORT ESSINGTON, See 
Prince Rupert. 

PORT HANEY, See New 
Westminster. 

PORT HAMMOND, See New 
Westmmster. 

PORT KELLS, See New West- 
minster. 

PORT MANN, See New West- 
minster. 

PORT MOODY, See New 
Westminster. 

PORT SIMPSON, See Prince 

Rupert. 
PRINCE RUPERT — Jud. 

Dist. Atlin. 
Carss & Bennett. Alfred 

Carss, C. V. Bennett. 
Fisher & Warton. W. E. 

Fisher, R. I. B. Warton. 
Jephson, W. J. 
Patmore & Fulton. L. W. 

Patmore, W. 0. Fulton. 
Peters, Fred'l^, K.C., (City 

Solicitor). 
Williams & Manson. A. M. 

Manson, W. E. Williams. 

PRINCETON — Jud. Dist. 
Yale. 
Brown, K.G. 
QUESNEL — Jud. Dist. Cari- 
boo. 
Avison, E. J. 
REVELSTOKE — Jud. Dist. 
Kootenay. 
Brie-gs, W. I. 
Gillan & Elliott. G. E. 

Gillan. 
Harvey, McCarter & Pink- 
ham. G. G. McCarter. 
ROCK CREEK, See Midway. 
ROSSLAi^D — Jud. Dist. 
Kootenay. 
Pincott, Charles F. R. 
Winn, E. S. H. 
SALMO, See Nelson. 
SALMON ARM, See Kamloops. 
SEELEYVILLE, See Prince 
Rupert. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



35 



SIDNEY, See Nanaimo. 
SILVERTON, See Nelson. 
SOUTH FORT GEORGE — 

Jud. Dist. Cariboo. 

Wilson, Frank W. 
Card, Appendix Page 75. 
STEVESTON, See New West- 
minster. 
STEWART, See Prince Ru- 
pert. 
SUMMERLAND, See Kam- 

loons. 
TERRACE, See Prince Rupert. 
TRAIL, See Rossland. 
TROUT LAKE, See Revel- 
stoke. 
UNION WHARF, See Nan- 
aimo. 
VERNON — Jud. Dist. Yale. 

Billing's & Cochrane. F. 
Billings. A. 0. Cochrane. 

Clement, R. V. 

Heg-ffie. Husrh A. 

McGowen, F. 

Rofirers. R. H. 
VANCOUVER — Jud. Dist. 
Vancouver. 

Abbott, Hart-McHarg, Dun- 
can & Rennie, Winch 
Bldg-. J. L. G. Abbott, 
W. Hart-McHarg-, P. R. 
Duncan, Geor.^e Rennie. 
Card, Appendix Page IS. 

Affleck & Maclnnes, Lon- 
don Bid^. R. G. Affleck, 
J. A. Maclnnes. 

Alexander, H. 0. (Official 
Guardian.) 

Alexander & Sears. S. 
Alexander. J. E. Sears. 

Arnold. C. S. 

Boak, Henry W. C, LL.B., 

Bailhe. T. J. 

Bain, A. H. 

Baird, W. J. 

Barrett. C. H. 

Bavfield dk, Harvev, Crown 
Bids-. F. J. Bayfield, A. 
G. Harvey. 

Beck, A. S. K. C. 

Bethell, H. J. 

Bloomfield, Edgar, Winch 
Bldg. 

Bodwell, Lawson & Lane, 
Winch Bldg. J. H. Law- 
son, Jr., W. S. Lane, W. 
A. Scott. (See Vic- 
toria) . 
Card, Appendix Page 16. 

Bond & Sweet, 615 Pender 
St. Lambert Bond, J. 
H. Sweet, A. Ray, F. Gill. 

Bourne & McDonald, Rog- 
ers Bldg. H. A. Bourne, 
D. A. McDonald. 

Bowser, Reld & Wallbridge, 
Canada Life Bldg. Hon. 
W. J. Bowser, K.C., 
Attv.-General. R. L. 
Reid, K.C., D. S. Wall- 
bridge, A. H. Douglas, 
W. H. D. Ladner, J. 



VANCOUVER — Continued. 

Goodwin Gibson, A. C. 
DesBrisay. Counsel: W. 

B. A. Ritchie, K.C. 
Card, Appendix Page 13. 

Bridgeman, A., 207 Hast- 
ings St. 

Brougham, W. F. 

Brydon-Jack & Woods, 
Dominion Trust Bldg. A. 

C. Brydon-Jack, E. M. 
N. Woods. 

Buchanan & Bull. Leo 
Buchanan, Alfred Bull. 

Burns & Walkem, Winch 
Bldg. W. Ernest Burns, 
R. Knox Walkem. 

Campbell & McPhee, Rog- 
ers Bldg. D. G. Camp- 
bell, J. D. McPhee. 

Campbell & Sinqer. 441 
Seymour St. C. F. Camp- 
bell. LL.B., J. Singer, 
LL.B. 

Campbell, Alex., Exchange 
Bldg. 

Campbell, Hugh, Pacific 
Bldg. 

Carper, H. P. 

Cassidy, Robert, K.C. 

Cayley, H. S., Loo Bldg. 

Chaldecott, F. M. 

Cherry, J. B. 

Clarke, H. Colin. 

Claughton, John H., Met- 
ropolitan Bldg. 

Coburn c^ Smith, 103 Mc- 
Kechnie Blk. H. Co- 
burn, A. N. Smith. 

Cowan, Ritchie & Grant, 
Rogers Bide-. Geo. H. 
Cowan, K.C, Geo. A. 
Grant. 

Davis, Marshall, M^cneill A 
Pugh, London Bldg. E. 
P. Davis, K.C, C B. 
Macneill, K.C, D. G. Mar- 
shall, K.C, J. S. W. 
Pugh, Douglas Armour, 

D. B. Kerr, W. G. Mc- 
Keen, E. M. C McLorg. 

Card, Appendix Page 13. 

Daykin, FIndiay & Burnett, 

Rogers Bldg. A. N. Day- 
kin, J. A. Firidlay, E. A. 
Burnett. 

Deacon, Deacon &, Wilson, 
Bank of Ottawa Bldg. 
W. S. Deacon, E. J. Dea- 
con, T. E. Wilson. 

Dickie, DeBeck & McTag- 
gart. Flack Block. E. A. 
Dickie, E. K. DeBeck, D. 

E. McTaggart. 
Donaghy & Donaghy, 4 63 

Hastings St. A. Donaghy, 

D. Donaghy. 
Downic & Livingston, 

Donald Downie, B.C.L., 

J. H, Livingston, B.A. 
Duncan, George. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



VANCOUVER — Continued. 

Duncan, G. G. 

Duncan, Howard J. 

Edwards, G. L. 

Elliott, John. K.G. 

Ellis & Brown, Davis Cham- 
bers. J. N. ElHs, B.C.L., 
W. C. Brown. — 

Ellis & McQueen, 404 Pen- 
der St. w. Robert W. 
Ellis, George R. Mc- 
Queen. 

Farrls & Emerson, Pacific 
Bldg. J. W. de B. Far- 
ris, John Emerson. 

Fillmore & Todrick, 413 
Granville St. C. L. Fill- 
more, Thomas Todrick. 

Fraser A Blakney, Metro- 
politan Bldg. A. A. 
Fraser, G. M. Blakney. 

Gillespie, W. D. 

Gilling, N. V. 

Griffin (Martin) & Co., Mol- 
sons Bank Chbrs. D. S. 
MontpTomery, W. G. G. 
Stevenson, 0. L. Ban- 
croft. 

Qurd, W. F., 352 Richard 
St. 

Gwilllm, Crisp & McKay, 
Pacific Bldg. F. L. 
Gwillim, F. G. Crisp, J. 
S. MacKay, J. S. Lamb. 

Haney & Jones, 518 Hast- 
ings St. w. C. N. Haney, 
Griffith Jones, Peter 
MacMillan, M.A., LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 13. 

Harris, Bull, Hannington 
& Mason, Bank of B.N. 
A. Bldg. R. W. Harris, 
K.C., A. E. Bull, R. W. 
Hannington, P. G. Mason, 
F. B. Hill, W. H. Mac- 
farlane. 

Harvey & Goetz, G15 Pen- 
der. A. G. Harvey, G. 
J. Goetz. 

Hay, J. G. (City Solicitor). 

Hend'^rson, Tulk & Bray. 
Alex. Henderson, K.C., A. 
Edward Tulk, R. H. 
Bray, Albert I. Good- 
stone. 

Henderson, S. 

Hodgson, R. D. 

Hooper, T. B. 

Hunt, Lucas S. 

Hurley, T. F. 

Innes. A. W. V. 

Johnston, R. V. L. (C.P.R. 
Law Dept.) 

Jones, E. J. F. (Asst. City 
Solicitor). 

Jones, Elmer. 

Kapp<^le, Arthur J., Pacific 
Bldg. 

Kearns, C. H., 417, Loo 
Bldg. 

Kennedy & Mackintosh, 24, 
25 Imperial Block. J. K. 



VANCOUVER— Continued. 

Kennedy, B.C.L., Alan 
C. Mackintosh. — 
Card, Appendix Page 13. 
Killam & Beck, Pacific 
Bldg. Cecil Killam, 

James E. Beck. 
Card, Appendix Page 13. 
Ladner & (llantelon, Rogers 
Bldg. Leon J. Ladner, 
Wm. A. Cantelon. 
Laursen, V. (B.C. Elec. Ry. 

Co.) 
Lennie & Clark, Vancouver 
Block. Robert S. Len- 
nie, John A. Clark. — 
Card, Appendix Page 1.3. 
Livingston, Garrett, KJng & 
O'Deil, 600 Hastings St. 
w. Stuart Livingston, A. 
E. Garrett, H. deW. King, 
M. B. O'DelL— 
Card, Appendix Page 14. 
Lockwood, Henry G., Pa- 
cific Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 14. 
Lucas & Lucas, Rogers 
Bldg. F. G. T. Lucas, 
E. A. Lucas, H. W. Buck. 
McCrossan & Harper, 539 
Pender St. G. E. Mc- 
Crossan, A. M. Harper. 
Card, Appendix Page 14. 
McDonald, D. W. F. 
McDougal, Long, Mclntyre 
& Cameron, Birks Bldg. 
Frank J. McDougal, G. 
Roy Long, P. J. Mc- 
lntyre, A. G. Cameron. 
Card, Appendix Page 14. 
McKane, Robt. 
McKay & O'Brian. Birks 
Bldg. W. M. McKay, G. 
MacL. O'Brian. 
McLellan, Savage & White, 
337 Hastings St. L. B. 
McLellan, Wm. Savage, 
C. J. White, R. J. Hewitt. 
Card, Appendix Page 14. 
McLeod, F. M. 
McMullen, J. E. (C.P.R. 

Solicitor). 
McPhililps & Wood, Birks 
Bldg. L. G. McPhillips, 
K.C., H. S. Wood, J. D. 
McMurrich, G. B. Dun- 
can. 
Card, Appendix Page 14. 
Macdonald, Chas. 
Macdonell, D. G., Orpheum 

Bldg. 
MacGill & Grant. J. H. 
Mac Gill, W. P. Grant, 
W. P. Dockerill. 
Macintosh, A. R. F. 
MacNeill, Bird, Macdonald 
A Darling, Metropolitan 
Bldg. A. H. MacNeill, 
K.C., J. E. Bird, R. M. 
Macdonald, Clarence 

Darling. 
Card, Appendix Page Id. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



37 



VANCOUVER — Continued. 

Maitland, Hunter & Mait- 
land, Rogers Bldg. Rob- 
ert R. Maitland, A. L. P 
Hunter, R. L. Maitland. 

Martin, Craig, Parlies & 
Anderson, Fairfield Bldg. 
Joseph Martin, K.G., G. 
W. Craig-, R. B. Parkes, 
W. G. Anderson. 
Card, Appendix Page IS. 

Martin & Lumsden. Alexis 
Martin, E. R. Lumsden. 

Matheson & Carter, Daw- 
son Bldg. Wm. D. Car- 
ter, K.G., Mackenzie 
Math e son. 
Card, Appendix Page 15. 

Mellish, A. J. B., Dawson 

Bldg. 
Mills, J. B., K.G. 
Moore & Cameron, 317 

Pacific Bld.a^. S. A. 
Moore, G. F. Cameron, 
B.A., LL.B. 

Moresby & O'Reilly. W. C. 
Moresby, A. J. O'Reilly. 

Morrison, Jas. L. 

Noble, J. B., 402 Pender. 

Ogilvie, Brown & Co., 
Bower Bldg. William 
P. Ogilvie, Edgar N. 
Brown. 

Pattullo, J. B., K.C., Bank 
of Ottawa Bldg. 

Powell, G. E. 

Raines, F. N., 843 Hastings 
St. w. 

Read (Hamilton)^* Head, 
.553 Granville St. Hamil- 
ton Read, G. Herbert 
Head, J. F. Mather. 

Reay & Daly, 744 Hast- 
ings w. G. T. Reay, H. 
M. Daly. 

Ridley, Macrae & Tobin, 
Bank of Ottawa Bldg. H. 
E. Ridley. J. K. Macrae, 
H. S. Tobin. 

Robertson, H. E. A., 539 
Pender St. w. 

Robinson, H. B. 

Ross, Edwin B., M.A., 
LL.B., Rogers Bldg. 

Rubinowitz, Israel I., Rog- 
ers Bldg. 

Ruggles & Layton, 626 
Pender St. H. D. Rug- 
gles, B.A., P. P. H. Lay- 
ton, B.A., LL.B. 

Russell, Macdonald & Han- 
cox; Russell, Mowat, 
Hancox & Farrls, Met- 
ropolitan Bldg. Joseph 
A. Russell, F. R. McD. 
Russell, Geo. E. Hancox, 
J. McD. Mowat, M. A. 
McDonald, W. B. Farris, 
G. S. Wismer. 



VANCOUVER— Continued. 

St. John & Jackson, Can. 
Life Bldg. Chas. W. St. 
John, Frank A. Jackson. 

Saunders, F. C. 

Sawers, G. W., 543 Hast- 
ings St. w. 

Schultz, Scott St Goodstone, 
Can. Life Bldg. Samuel 

D. Schultz, W. A. Scott, 
A. I. Goodstone. 

Scrimgeour & Hogg, 626 
Pender w. John M. 
Scrimgeour, LL.B., J. 
Pitcairn Hogg, LL.B. 

Senkler, Spini^s & Van 
Horno, Pacific Bldg. J. 
H. Senkler, K.G., Richard 
C. Spinks, Geo. C. Van 
Home. 

Shaw, Shaw & Havlland, 
Metropolitan Bldg. H. C 
Shaw, V. H. Shaw, J. A. 
Haviland. 

Sleigh, C. H. 

Snnith & Graves, 321 Gam- 
ble St. B. G. Wickings 
Smith, Alfred P. Graves. 

Smith, Donald. 

Taylor, Harvey, Grant, 
Stocltton Sc Smith, 413 
Granville St. S. S. Tay- 
lor, K.C., J. A. Harvey, 
K.C., E. J. Grant, R. P. 
Stockton, Robt. Smith, A. 
H. Boulton. 
Card, Appendix Page 15. 

Taylor & Hulme, 539 Pen- 
der St. w. A. D. Tavlor, 
K.C.. J. H. D. Hulme. 

TIffln & Alexander, Pacific 
Bldg. F. W. Tiffin, 
Arthur Alexander. — 
Card, Appendix Page 15. 

Townley, T. 0. 

Tupper, Kitto & Wight- 
nnan. Royal Bank Chbrs. 
Sir Charles Hibbert Tup- 
per, K.C., K.G.M.G., A. J. 
Kitto, H. W. Wightman, 

E. F. Sargent, H. M. 
Johnson. 

Van Roggen, M.A. 

V^ade, F. C, K.G. 

Weart. J. W. 

Whiteside & Buddie, Rog- 
ers Bldg. A. M. White- 
side, C. B. Buddie. 

Williams, Walsh, McKIm 
& Housser, Can. Perman- 
ent Bldg. Adolnhus W^il- 
liams, K.G., V^alter W. 
Walsh, H. C. N. McKim, 
George E. Housser. 
Card, Appendix Paae 15. 

Wilson & Whealler, 

Winch Bldg. Charles 
Wilson, K. C, A. Wheal- 
ler, F. C. Ford, R. 
Symes. 
Card, Appendix Page 15. 



38 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



VANCOUVER— Continued. 

Vl^ilson & Jamieson, Rog- 
ers Bldg. A. D. Wil- 
son, J. S. Jamieson. 

Wintemute, B. P. 633 
Hastings w. 

Wood, A. V. 

Woodworth, Creagh, Ban- 
ton & Fisher, 615 Pen- 
der w. G. M. Wood- 
worth, A. R. Creagh, W. 
E. Banton, W. R. Fisher. 

Yarwood, E M., Holden 
Bldg. 
VICTORIA — Jud. Dist. Vic- 
toria. 

Aikman & Austin, J. A. 
Aikman, J. H. Austin. 

Barnard, Robertson, Hels- 
terman & Tait, 514 Fort 
St. G. H. Barnard, K.C., 
M.P., Harold B. Robert- 
son, H. G. S. Heister- 
man, E. L. Tait, A. W. 
Milligan, A. W. Camer- 
on. 
Card, Appendix Page 16. 

Bass St Bullock-Webster. 

Oscar G. Bass, W. H. 
Bullock-Webster. ' 

Bennett, F. A. 

Bodwell & Lawson. E. V. 
Bodwell, K.G., H. G. Law- 
son, E. G. Mayers, W. S. 
Lane, W. A. Scott. 
Card, Appendix Page 16. 

Bowser, Hon. W. J., K.C. 
(Atty.-General for B.C.) 

Bradshaw & Stacpoole, 531 
Bastion St. G. W. Brad- 
Shaw, F. J. Stacpoole, 
K.C. 

Child. S. 

Courtney & Elliott. G. K. 
Courtney, F. G. Elliott. 
Card, Appendix Page 16. 

Courtney, H. E. A. 

Crease & Crease, Central 
Bldg. L. Grease, K.C, 
A. D. Crease, F. G. 
Fowkes, T. S. Hankey. 

Davie, C. F. 

Dumbleton, A. S. 

Eberts & Taylor. D. M. 
Eberts, K.C., W. J. Tay- 
lor, K.C. 

Elliott, Maclean & Shand- 
ley, Central Bldg. R. 
T. Elliott, K.C, H. A. 
Maclean, K.C, H. H. 
Shandley, C G. White. 

Fell, Thornton. 

Garrett, H. G. 

Hall, H. G. 

Harrison, C L. 

Harrison, Eli. 

Herchmer, H. W. 

Higgins, Frank. 

Hills, H. M. 



VICTORIA— Continued. 
Innes, A. S. 

Jackson & Baker, Union 
Bank Bldg. M. B. Jack- 
son, C G. P. Baker. 
Keefer & Pitts. H. C 
Keefer, C. H. Pitts. 
Card, Appendix Page 16. 

Langley, W. H. 

Lyons, C S 

McBride, Hon. R., K.C 

McDiarmld Gahan & 

White. F. A. McDiarmid, 
W. H. T. Gahan, A. Mor- 
esby White. 

Mcintosh, J. C 

McKane, R. 

McLeod, J. P. (Dep. Atty.- 
General). 
Macfarlane & Gordon, 

Union Bank Bldg. A. D. 
Macfarlane, Victor Gor- 
don. 

Mackay & Miller. N. F. 
Mackay, E. Miller, J. Y. 
Copeman. 

Maclean, Alex. 

Mason & Mann. C Dubois 
Mason, J. P. Mann. 

Mills, L. C 

Moore, H. W. R. 

Morseby & O'Reilly. W. C 
Morseby, A. J. O'Reilly, 
R. C Lowe, T. M. 
Miller. 

Morphy, Geo. A 

Morris, P. C 

Oliver & Patton. W. E. 
Oliver, A. J. Patton, W. 
R. Vaughan. 

Phelan, C B. S. 

Pooley, Luxton & Pooley. 
A. P. Luxton, K.C, R. H. 
Pooley. 

Prior, C J. 

Robertson, T. R. (City So- 
licitor). 

Rogers, D. M. 

Ross, Hon. W. R., K.C 

Tait, Brandon & Hall. B. C 
Permanent Bldg. David S. 
Tait, J S. Brandon, Hen- 
ry C Hall. 
Card, Appendix Page 16. 

Twigg, H. Despard. 
Walls, John Patmore. 
Walls, J. Percival. 
Wilson, C E. 
Wemyss, D. Newton. 
Wootton & Coward. E. E. 

Wootton, B. G. Goward. 
Yates & Jay. J. Stuart 

Yates, Geo. Jay. 

WARDNER, See Cranbrook. 
WASA, See Cranbrook. 
WELLINGTON, See Nanaimo, 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 39 



MANITOBA 



COURT OP APPEAL. 

Chief Justice: 
Hon. H. M. Howell. 

Judges of Appeal: 

Hon. A. E. Richards; Hon. W. E. Perdue; Hon. J. D. Cameron. 

Hon. A. Haggart. 

Begistrar and Taxing Officer: Deputy Eegistrar: 

G. H. Walker. Augustus Mills. 

COURT OF KING'S BENCH. 

Chief Justice: 
Hon. T. G. Mathers. 

Puisne Judges: 
Hon. J. E. P. Prendergast; Hon. T. L. Metcalfe; 

Hon. D. A. MacDonald; Hon. J. P. Curran; 

Hon. A. C. Gait. 

Court Officials at Winnipeg. 

Sherif: Official Assignee: 

Colin Inkster. Chas. H. Newton. 

lieferee and Master: . Prothonotary : 

George Patterson. G. H. Walker: Deputy, A. Mills. 

Begistrar: Accountant: 

W. A. Wilkes: Deputy, P. D. Deering. H. B. J. Smith. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

See Judicial Districts and County Court Sittings. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Attorney-General: Deputy Attorney-General: 

Hon. J. H. Howden, K.C. John Allen. 

LAW SOCIETY OF MANITOBA. 

President : 
C. P. Wilson, K.C. 
Treasurer: Secretary : Librarian: 

I. Pitblado, K.C. I. Campbell, K.C. W. A. Taylor. 

Benchers: 
J. A. M. Aikins, K.C; I. Pitblado, K.C; A. B. Hudson; J. H. 
Munson, K.C; W. R. Mulock, K.C; A. J. Andrews, K.C; E. 
Anderson, K.C; J. S. Tupper, K.C; Isaac Campbell, K.C; A. 
Meighen, K.C; G. R. Coldwell, K.C; A. W. Bowen; H. F. 
Maulson. 

Benchers, Ex-Officio. 

Hon. Colin H. Campbell, K.C, Hon. H. J. Macdonald, K.C; 

Hon. J. H. Howden. K.C. 



40 MANITOBA. 

EASTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Northern Division. 

County Court Judges: 
Hon. R. Hill Myers; Hon. A. Dawson; Hon. George Paterson, 

Winnipeg. 

Sheriff: Official Administrator: 

Colin Inkster, Winnipeg. Toronto General Trusts Corporation, 

Winnipeg. 
Crown Prosecutor: 
E. R. Levinson, Winnipeg. 

Coii,nty Court Divisions: 
See Page 43. 

Central Division. 

County Court Judge: 

Hon. L. A. Prud'homme, St. Boniface. 

County Court Divisions: 

See Page 43. 

SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

County Court Judge: 
Hon. Corbet Locke, Morden. 

Sheriff: Official Aministrator : 

A. C. D. Pigott. J. H. Black, Morden. 

Deputy Clerk of Crown and Pleas: 
E. D. Kerby, Morden. 

Crown Prosecutor: 
A. W. Bowen, Morden. 

County Court Divisions: 
See Page 43. 

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

County Court Jnidge: 
Hon. Joseph Ryan, Portage la Prairie. 

Sheriff: Official Administrator: 

Geo. A. Muir, Portage la Prairie. National Trust Co., Limited, 

Winnipeg. 

Deputy Clerk of Crown and Pleas County and Surrogate Court Clerk. 
S. M. Macdonald, Portage la Prairie. 

Deputy. 
B. D. Alliston. 

Guardian ad litem and Crown Prosecutor. 
F. G. Taylor, Portage la Prairie. 

County Court Divisions: 
See Page 43. 



JUDICIAL DISTRICTS — MANITOBA. 



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42 MANITOBA. 

WESTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

County Court Judge: 
Hon. T. D. Cumberland, Brandon. 

Sheriff: Official Administrator: 

W. H. Henderson, Brandon. National Trust Co., Limited, 

Winnipeg. 

Deputy Clerk Crown and Pleas, and Surrogate Court Clerh: 
R. Darrach, Brandon. 

Crown Prosecutor: 
R. M. Matheson, Brandon. 

County Court Divisions: 
See Page 43. 

NORTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

• County Court Judge: 

Hon. C. J. Mickle, Birtle. 

Sheriff: Official Administrator: 

11. J. Spratt, Minnedosa. E. B. Fisher, Minnedosa. 

Deputy Cleric Crown and Pleas, Surrogate Court Clerk: 
George L. Stone, Minnedosa. 

Crown Prosecutor: 
H. F. Maulson, Minnedosa. 

County Court Divisions: 
See Page 43. 

SITTINGS OF THE COURTS, 1914. 

Judges of the Court of Appeal and King's Bench are assigned to 
the various sittings when nearing time of trials. 

COURT OF APPEAL. — March and June, from the second 
Monday, ending the second Saturday ifollowing; September 
and November, from the last Monday, ending the second Saturday 
following. The Judges of the Court, or any three of them, may pppoint 
special sittings en banc to be held at any other time to dispose of 
appeals or applications which in their opinion should be heard 
before the next regular sitting. 

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, for trial of causes without a jury — 
Winnipeg — Every Tuesday, except long and short vacations. Minne- 
dosa — 4th Tu. Jan., 3rd Tu. May, last Tu. June, 1st Tu. Oct. Portage 
la Prairie — 2nd Tu. Jan., 2nd Tu. May, 1st Tu. after 1st day of July, 
4th Tu. in Sept. Brandon — 1st Tu. after 6th Jan., 1st Tu. May, last 
Tu. June, 3rd Tu. Sept. Morden — 3rd Tu. Jan., 4th Tu. May, 1st Tu, 
after 1st day of July, 3rd Tu. Sept. Sittings for the trial of cases with 
a jury are fixed from time to time. 



MANITOBA. 43 

SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURTS, 1914. 
EASTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Northern Division — Winnipeg, 

10 a.m. — Jan. 12, Feb. 2, Mar. 2, April 6, May 5, June 1, July 6, 
Sept. 14, Oct. 5, Nov. 2, Dec. 1. 

Sittinj^s of the County Court of AVinnipeg in Chambers for the 
examination of judgment debtors appearing in answer to judgment 
summonses will be held as follows: Jan. 6, 20, Feb. 3, 17, Mar. 3, 17, 
31, April 14, 28, May 12, 26, June 9, 23, July 7, Sept. 15, 29, Oct. 
13, 27, Nov. 10, 24, Dec. 8, 22. Stonewall, 10. a.m. — Feb. 20, April 
24, July 8, Oct. 16, Dec. 4. Selkirk, 10 a.m. — Feb. 3, April 10, 
July 10, Oct. 6, Dec. 11. Beausejour, 10 a.m. — Feb. 27, April 30, 
July 3, Oct. 9, Dec. 18. Gimli, 10 a.m. — Jan. 30, June 5, Sept. 25. 
Carman, 10 a.m. — Feb. 24, June 12, Oct. 22, Dec. 22. Elm Creek, 
10 a.m. — Feb. 4, June 8; Oct. 7, Dec. 14. 

EASTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Southern Division — Emerson, 
10 a.m. — Jan. 14, Mar. 18, May 20, July 14, Oct. 14. Gretna, 4 
p.m. — Jan. 15, Mar. 19, May 21, July 15, Oct. 15. Belmont, 10 a.m. 
— Jan 21, May 13, July 8, Oct. 6. Somerset, 1.3 p.m. — Jan. 22, 
Mar. 12, May 14, July 9, Oct. 7. Killarney, 10 a.m. — Dec. 17, 1913, 
Feb. 27, April 15, June 10, Sept. 16, Nov. 25. Morden, 10.30 a.m. — 
Jan. 5, Mar. 12, May 4, Sept. 2, Nov. 9. Pilot Mound, 2 p.m. — Feb. 
5, April 9, June 4, Sept. 10, Nov. 18. Manitou, 1.30 p.m. — Feb. 4, 
April 8, June 3, Sept. 9, Nov. 17, 1914. Boissevain, 10 a.m. — Feb. 
28, April 16, June 11, Sept. 17, Nov. 25. Deloraine, 10 a.m. — Feb. 
26, April 14, June 9, Sept. 15, Nov. 24. 

EASTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Central Division — St. Boni- 
face, 10 a.m. — Jan. 16, Feb. 5, Mar. 5, April 2, May 14, June 11, 
July 2, Sept. 10, Oct. 8, Nov. 12, Dec. 10. St. Francois Xavier, 10 
a.m. — Jan. 8, Mar. 9, May 18, Aug. 31, Nov. 2. St. Laurent, 10 a.m. 
— Jan. 13, Mar. 11, May 20, Sept. 2, Nov. 4. St. Anne, 10 a.m.— 
Jan. 19, Mar. 16, May 25, Sept. 7, Nov. 9. St. Norbert, 10 a.m.— 
Jan. 24, Mar. 21, May 30, Sept. 12, Nov. 14. St. Pierre, 10 a.m. — 
Jan. 27, Mar. 24, June 2, Sept. 15, Nov. 17. Morris, 10 a.m. — Feb. 

2, Mar. 30, June 8, Sept. 21, Nov. 23. 

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Portage la Prairie, 10 a.m.— 
Mar. 30, June 29, Oct. 26, Dec. 21. MacGregor, 10 a.m. — Mar. 20, 
June 19, Oct. 16, Dec. 11. Carberry, 10 a.m. — Mar. 17, June. 16, 
Oct. 13, Dec. 8. Glenboro, 10 a.m. — Mar. 24, June 23, Oct. 20, 
Dec. 15. Treherne, 10 a.m. — Mar. 26, June 25, Oct. 22, Dec. 17. 
Gladstone, 10 a.m. — Mar. 10, June 9, Oct. 8, Dec. 1. Neepawa, 10 
a.m. — Mar. 12, June 11, Oct. 8, Dec. 3. Dauphin, 10 a.m. — Mar. 3, 
June 2, Sept. 29, Nov. 24. Swan River, 10 a.m. — Feb. 24, May 26, 
Sept. 22, Nov. 17. Holland, 10 a.m. — Mar. 25, June 24, Oct. 21, 
Dec. 16. Gilbert Plains, 10 a.m. — Mar. 5, June 5, Oct. 2, Nov. 1. 
Roblin, 10 a.m. — Feb. 27, May 29, Sept. 25, Nov. 20. The Pas, 11 
a.m. — Jan. 7. 

NORTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT— Russell, 10 a.m.— Mar. 31, 
July 8, Oct. 6, Dec. 1. Birtle, 11 a.m. — Apr. 2, July 9, Oct. 8, Dec. 

3. Strathclair, 10 a.m. — Mar. 17, June 2, Sept. 22, Dec. 8. Shoal 
Lake, 10 a.m. — Mar. 19, June 4, Sept. 24, Dec. 10. Minnedosa, 10 
a.m. — Mar. 12, May 12, July 14, Sept. 15, Oct. 28, Dec. 22. Rapid 
City, 3 p.m. — Mar. 23, June 8, Sept. 28, Dec. 14. Hamiota, 10 a.m. 
Mar. 26, June 11, Oct. 1, Dec. 17. Miniota, 10 a.m. — Mar. 25, June 
10, Sept. 30, Dec. 16. Rossburn, 10 a.m. — April 7, July 7, Nov. 3. 

WESTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Brandon, 10 a.m. — Jan. 13, 
Mar. 10, May 12, July 7, Sept. 8, Nov. 10. Souris, 10 a.m. — Mar. 
17, May 26, Sept. 15, Dec. 1. Hartney, 10 a.m. — Mar. 26, June 4, 
Sept. 24, Dec. 10. Melita, 10 a.m. — Mar. .31, June 9, Sept. 29, 
Dec. 15. Virden, 10 a.m. — Mar. 24, June 2, Sept. 23, Dec. 8. 
Wawanesa, 10 a.m. — Mar. 19, May 28, Sept. 17, Dec. 3. Reston, 10 
a.m. — Apr. 3, June 12, Oct. 2, Dec. 18. Elkhorn, 10 a.m. — Mar. 
25, June 3, Sept. 23, Dec. 9. 



44 MANITOBA. 

LAND TITLES DISTRICTS. 

Registrar-General for Manitola. 
W. E. Macara, Winnipeg. 

Address all Communications to "The District Registrar" of the 
District within which the land is situate. 

Winnipeg Land Titles District. — Comprising the City of Winni- 
peg, the Parishes of St. Paul, Kildonan, St. John, St James, St Boni- 
face, St. Charles, Headingly, St. Francois Xavier, St. Vital, St. Nor- 
bert, St. Malo, Rat River Settlement, St. Anne, Oak Island, Lorette, 
Grand Pointe, and that part of St. Agatha north of and including 
lot 229 w. of Red and lot 242 e. of Red,, and townshi-ps 1 to 12, 
range 2 w. to east boundary of Province; townships 13 to 15, ranges 
2 to 4 w.; that part of townships 16 and 17, range 2 w., east of 
Shoal Lake. 

District Registry at Winnipeg, for Old and New System. 

Brandon Land Titles District. — Comprising townships 10 to 12, 
ranges 13 to 16, and townships 7 to 12, ranges 17 to 22, township 
7 in ranges 23 to 29, township 13, ranges 19 to 27, and township 
14, ranges 23 to 27. 

District Registry at Brandon, for Old and New System. 

Boissevain Land Titles District. — Comprising townships 1 to 6 
in ranges 17 to 29 inclusive w. 

District Registry at Boissevain, for Old and New System. 

Carman Land Titles District. — Townships 7, 8 9, ranges 3 to 
16 w,, inclusive, and township 6, ranges 3-6 w. and Carman village. 
District Registry at Carmart, for Old and New System. 

Dauphin Land Titles District. — Comprising townships 23 and 
24 in ranges 13 to 26, both inclusive W., and townships 25 to 44 in 
ranges 13 to 29, both inclusive W. 

District Registry at Dauphin, for Old and New System. 

Morden Land Titles District. — Comprising townships 1 to 6, 
ranges 3 to 16 w., all inclusive, except township 6, range 3 to 6 w. 

District Registry at Morden, for Old and Neiu System. 

JNeepawa Land Titles District. — Comprising townships 13 to 22, 
ranges 13 to 18, and townships 14 to 22, ranges 19 to 22, and 
townships 15 to 22, ranges 23 and 27, and townships 16 to 24, 
ranges 28 and 29, and townships 23 and 24 in range 27. 

District Registry at Neepawa, for Old and New System. 

Portage la Prairie Land Titles District. — Comprising Parishes 
of High Bluff, Poplar Point, Portage la Prairie, Bale St. Paul and St. 
Laurent and the Settlements of Westbourne and Oak Point, and 
range 1 w., township 19 to m boundary and range 2 w., township 18 
to n. boundary of Province, and that part of townships 16 to 18, 
range 2 w. lying w. of Shoal Lake, ranges 3 and 4 w., township 10 to 
n. boundary of Province, except townships 13 to 15; ranges 5 to 12, 
township 10 to n. boundary of Province. 

District Registry at Portage la Prairie, for Old and New System. 

Virden Land Titles District. — Comprising townships 8 to 12 in 
ranges 23 and 29 inclusive W. and townships 13, 14 and 15 in 
ranges 28 and 29 W. 

District Registry at Virden, for Old and New System. 



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The live districts following have not yet been brought into any 
Land Titles District, but applications for Torrens Titles, as well as 
subsequent dealings with and in those districts, may be made to the 
Winnipeg office, except in cases of land in Souris River when deal- 
ings should take place through the Boissevain office. 



Old System Begisiries: 

Lisgar, Gimli and Plessis at Selkirk 

Manchester at Emerson 

Rockwood at Stonewall 

Shoal Lake at Birtle 

Souris River at Melita 



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47 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 

NOTE: Where there is no Barrister, reference is made to nearest place 
with a resident Barrister. 



ALEXANDER, See Brandon. 

ALTAMONT, See Manitou. 

ALTONA, See Morden. 

ARDEN, See Neepawa. 

ASHVILLE, See Dauphin. 

AUSTIN, Central Judicial 
District. 
MacKinnon, J. P. (See Mac- 
Gregor). 

BAGOT, See Portage La 
Prairie. 

BALDUR, See Killarney. 
BEAUSEJOUR— Eastern Judi- 
cial District. 
Crawford, J. D. 
BELMONT, See Killarney. 
BENITO, See Dauphin. 
BERTON, See Gladstone. 
BINSCARTH — 

Wilson, Wm. (See Rus- 
sell). 
BIRTLE — Northern Judicial 
District. 
Glen, Jas. A. 
Stubs, Lewis St. Geo. 
BOISSEVAIN — Southern Judi- 
cial District. 
MacKenzie, 0. Y. 
Morrow, John. 
BRANDON — Western Judi- 
cial District. 
Adolph & Blake. H. L. 

Adolph, Charles Blake. 
Clement & Clement. S. E. 
Clement, R. A. Clement. 
Card, Appendix Page 17. 

Coldwell, Coleman & Bruce. 

Geo. Robson Coldwell, 
K.C., G. B. Coleman; 
K.C., Geo. W. Bruce, 
K.C., N. Whitby Kerr. 
Card, Appendix Page 17. 

de Manboy, Wm. J. 
Henderson & Matheson. 

Henry E. Henderson, K.G., 
R. M. Matheson. — 
Card, Appendix Page 17. 

Howden & Howden. A. 

Howden, J. Howden. 
Kilgour, Buckingham & 

Foster. J. F. Kilgour, 

A. G. Buckingham, G. H. 

Foster. 
McKay, S. H. 
Macdonald, R. G. 
Smith, A. W. H. 



CAMERON, See Brandon. 

CARBERRY — Central Judi- 
cial District. 
Barrett, G. 
Card, W. D. 

Garland, R. A. 
Hooper, H. R. 

CARMAN — Central Judicial 
District. 
Butcher, F. J. 

Haverson, J. H. 
Robinson. H. E. 

CARROLL, See Souris. 

CARTWRIGHT — Southern 
Judicial District. 
Laughlin, John B,. 

CLAN WILLIAM, See Minne- 

dosa. 

CLEAR WATER, See Crystal 

City. 

CRANDELL, See Hamiota. 

CRYSTAL CITY — Southern 
Judicial District. 
Garbntt, Oliver D. 

CYPRESS RIVER, See Glen- 

boro. 

DARLINGFORD, See Manitou. 

DAUPHIN — Central Judic'-^l 
District. 
Bawden, E. J. 
Campbell & Simpson. 

John A. Campbell, Frank 

E. Simpson, Alford E. 

McDougall. 
Harvey & Bowman. James 

G. Harvey, K.C., James 

L. Bowman. 
Munson, Neville. 

DELORAINE— Southern Judi- 
cial District. 
George, John M. 

Mather, J. A. 

DOMINION CITY, See Emer- 
son. 

DUNREA, See Boissevain. 

DURBAN, See Dauphin. 

EAST BAY, See Dauphin. 

ELGIN, See Souris. 

ELKHORN — Western Judi- 
cial District. 
Scotney, R. N. 

ELM CREEK, See Carman. 



48 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



EMERSON — Southern Judi- 
cial District. 
Forrester, D. 

ETHELBERT, See Dauphin. 

FOXWARREN, See Birtle. 

FRANKLIN, See Minnedosa. 

GILBERT PLAINS — Central 
Judicial District. 
Cory, J. G. 

GLADSTONE —Central Judi- 
cial District. 
Jacob, Albert E. 

Smith, David. 

GLENELLA, See Gladstone. 

GLENBORO — Central Judi- 
cial District. 
Mitchell, P. H. 

GOODLANDS, See Deloraine. 

GRAND CLAIRIERE — West- 
ern Judicial District. 
Archibald, G. W. (See 
Melita.) 

GRANDVIEW— Central Judi- 
cial District. 
Bruce, Robert A. 
Campbell & Simpson (See 
Dauphin). 

GRETNA, See Morden. 

GRISWOLD, See Brandon. 

GUNTON, See Winnipeg. 

HAMIOTA — Northern Judi- 
cial District. 
Bennest, P. C. 
Langdale, F. E. 

HARTNEY — Western Judi- 
cial District. 
Archibald, G. W. (See 
Melita.) 

HIGH BLUFF, See Portage la 
Prairie. 

HOLLAND — Central Judicial 
District. 
(See Portage la Prairie). 

HOLMFIELD, See Cartwright. 

KELWOOD, See Gladstone. 

KENTON, See Brandon. 

KEYES, See Gladstone. 

KILLARNEY — Southern Ju- 
dicial District. 
Hay, A. G. 
Williams, F. A. 

KINGSLEY, See Manitou. 

LA RIVIERE, See Manitou. 



LAUDER, See Souris. 

LAURIER, See Dauphin. 

LENORE, See Brandon. 

LE PAS — Central Judicial 
District. (See The Pas.) 

LYLETON, See Deloraine. 

Mccreary, see Gladstone. 

MACDONALD, See Portage 
la Prairie. 

MacGREGOR — Central Ju- 
dicial District. 
MacKinnon, J. Perclval. 

MANITOU — Southern Judi- 
cial District. 

Bradley, G. P. 

EUis & Armstrong. W.'P. 
Ellis, G. T. Armstrong. 

Rowe, W. J. 

MARGARET, See Boissevaln. 

MATHER, See Cartwright. 

MEDORA, See Deloraine. 

MELITA — Western Judicial 
District. 
Archibald, G. W. 

Crerar, John. 

MIAMI, See Carman. 

MINiOTA— Northern Judicial 
District. 
Sinclair, Donald. 

MINNEDOSA — Northern Ju- 
dicial District. 
Eakins, G. A. 

Card, Appendix Page 17. 

Maulson, H. P. 
St. John, C. 

MINTO, See Souris. 

MORDEN — Southern Judi- 
cial District. 
Bowen, A. W. 
McConnell, H. McK. 

McLaren, McLeod & Black. 
J. B. McLaren, A. Mc- 
Leod, J. H. Black. 

MORRIS, See Winnipeg. 
MOWBRAY, See Manitou. 
NAPINKA, See Deloraine. 
NEELANDS, See Cartwright. 
NEEPAWA — Central Judicial 
District. 
Davis, Fred. L. 
Howden & Robertson. Hon. 
J. H. Howden. K.C. 
(Atty. General), W. G. 
M. Robertson. 
Wemyss, Jno. 



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49 



NEW DALE, See Minnedosa. 

NINGA, See Boissevain. 

NORWOOD, Eastern Judicial 
District. 
Thornton, G. S. 

OAK LAKE, See Brandon. 

OAK RIVER, See Hamiota. 

OAKVILLE, See Portage la 
Prairie. 

OCHRE RIVER, See Dauphin. 
OGILVIE, See Gladstone. 

PILOT MOUND — Southern 
Judicial District. 
Cole, R. 

PIPESTONE, See Brandon. 

PLUMAS, See Gladstone. 

PLUM COULEE, See Morden. 

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE — 

Central Judicial District. 

Colwill, J. Roy. 

Cowan, H. J. 

McPherson, Williams & 
Ormond. E. A. McPher- 
son, A. G. Williams, D. 
M. Ormond. 

Meighen, A., K.C. 

Taylor, Fawcett G., K.C. 

PURVES, See Manitou. 

RAPID CITY — Northern Ju- 
dicial District. 
Neelands, T. W. 

RATHWELL, See Carman. 

RESTON — Western Judicial 
District. 
Gates, A. K. 
McMillan, E. D. 

RIVERS — Northern Judicial 
District. 
Couch, J. H. 
Marshall H. B, 

ROBLIN — Central Judicial 
District. 
Campbell & Simpson (See 

Dauphin). 
Moore, W. 

ROLAND, See Carman. 

ROSENFELD, See Morden. 

ROSSBURN, See Russell. 

RUSSELL — Northern Judi- 
cial District. 
Reed, Henry P. 
Wilson, Wm. 

ST. BONIFACE — Eastern 
Judicial District. 
Bertrand, T. 



ST. PIERRE, See Emerson. 
ST. ROSE, See Dauphin. 

SELKIRK — Eastern Judicial 

District. 
Heap & Stratton, (See 

Winnipeg.) 
Benson, B. S. 
Thopnburn, Wm. (See 

Winnipeg.) 

SIFTON, See Dauphin. 

SHOAL LAKE — Northern 
Judicial District. 
Eakins, G. A. (See Minne- 
dosa.) 
Markle, M. C. 

SNOWFLAKE, See Manitou. 

SOLSGIRTH, See Winnipeg. 

SOMERSET — Eastern Judi- 
cial District. 
(See Carman.) 

SOURIS — Western Judicial 
District. 
Boswell, G. M. 
Forrest, S. H. 
Hetherington, E. G. 

SPERLING, See Emerson. 

STARBUCK, See Carman. 

STONEWALL — Eastern Ju- 

rlicial District. 
Coleman, W. W. 

STRATHCLAIR STATION, See 

Birtle. 

SWAN RIVER — Central Ju- 
dicial District. 
Rothwell, B. E. 
Wright, S. R. 

THORNHILL, See Morden. 

TRANSCONA, Eastern Judi- 
cial District. 
■ Moore & Sutherland — (See 
Winnipeg.) 

TREHERNE — Central Judi- 
cial District. 
Andrews & Co. (See Win- 
nipeg.) 

VIRDEN — Western Judicial 
District. 
Goulter & Chalmers. H. 

H. Goulter, James H. 
Chalmers. 
Pritchard, John. 

WAKOPA, See Killarney. 

WAPEKA, See Boissevain. 

WASKADA, See Deloraine. 

WAWANESA — Western Ju- 
dicial District. 
Atkinson, Claude L. 



50 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



WELLWOOD, See Portage la 

Prairie. 

WESTBOURNE, See Glad- 
stone. 

WEST HALL, See Melita. 

WEST SELKIRK, See Selkirk. 

WHITE WATER, See Delor- 
aine. 

WINKLER, See Morden. 

WOOD BAY, See Manitou. 

WINNIPEGOSIS, See Dauphin. 

WINNIPEG — Eastern Judi- 
cial District. 
Adamson & Adamson. J. 

E. Adamson, G. A. Adam- 
son. 

Alkins, FuMerton, Foley &. 
Newcombe; Aikins, Lof- 
tus & Alkins, 221 Mc- 
Dermot Ave. J. A. M. 
Aikins, K.C., Edwin Lof- 
tus, G. P. Fullerton, 
K.G., J. P. Foley, G. 
H. Aikins, C. K. New- 
♦ combe, G. G. Lindsay, A. 
B. Bell, R. C. Maples. 
Card, Appendix Pane 18. 

Andrews, Andrews, Curie, 
Burbldge & Bastedo, 
Aikins Bldff. Alfred J. 
Andrews, K.G., Fletcher 
S. Andrews, F. M.'Bur- 
bidge, W. H. Gurle, D. 
L. Bastedo.— 
Card, Appendix Page 17. 

Auld & HIckey, Mclntyre 
Block. R. E. Hickey, 
James Auld. 
Card, Appendix Page 17. 

Baker & Davidson. H. N. 
Bakei-, George A. David- 
son. 

Baker & YDung, Union 
Bank Bldg. G. W. 
Baker, H. Young. 

BeaMie, II. K. 

Bernier, Blackwood & Ber- 
nler, Somerset Bldg. 
Josepn Bernier, M.P.P., 
H. P, Blackwood, Noel 
Bernier, Alex. Bernier. 

Beaupre, J. A. 

Beveridge & Hamilton, 
Somerset Bldg. W. 
Oliver Hamilton, E. Bev- 
eridge. 
Card, Appendix Page SO. 

Bonnar, Trueman & Hol- 
lands, Electric Ghbrs. 
R. A. Bonnar, K.G., W. 
H. Trueman, W. Hol- 
lands. 

Bowles, A. E. 

Bovd. W. S. 

Brooks & Sutherland. I. 

F. Brooks, Hon. W. C. 
Sutherland. 



WINNIPEG — Continued. 

Gampbell & Arundel, Elec- 
tric Ghbrs. A. G. Gamp- 
bell, H. A. Arundel. 

Campbell, Pitblado, Hoskin, 
Grundy & Bennest; 
Campbell, Pitblado, Haig, 
Montague & Drummond- 
Hay, Farmer Bldg. Hon. 
Golin H. Gampbell, K.G.. 
Isaac Pitblado, K.G., A. 

• E. Hoskin, K.C., H. P. 
Grundy, E. H. Bennest, 
John T. Haig, P. J. Mon- 
tague, H. R. Drummond- 
Hay, W. F. Guild. 
Card, Appendix Page SO. 

Carper, H. P. 

Chaffey. B. E. 

Chapman & Green, Elec- 
tric Ghbrs. E. R. Chap- 
man, S. H. Green. 

Clark & Macdonald, Bank 
of Toronto Bldg. 0. H. 
Clark, K.C., P. A. Mac- 
donald. 

Conde & Taylor, Bank of 
Hamilton Ghbrs. E. A. 
CnnHp' c; t. Taylor. 

Corbett, W. A. 

Coul (,('!• <Si Pr(jctor. Garn(?t 
Coulter, P. J. Proctor. 

Coyne, Hamilton & Martin, 
2581/2 Portage Ave. J. 
B. Coyne, F. K. Hamil- 
ton, William Martin, Jr., 
J. Galloway. 

Craig & Ross, McArthur 
Bldg. R. W. Craig, G. 
H, Ross. 

Crichton, McClure & Cohen. 
W. M. Crichton, R. W. 
McClure, A. E. Cohen. 

Deacon, Edgar A., Sterling 
Bank Bldg. 

Donovan & Doyle, Sterling 
Bank Bldg. W. J. Don- 
ovan, B.A., A. M. Doyle, 
LL. B.— 
Card, Appendix Page SO. 

Dorroch, Alexander U. 

Doyle, M. N. 

Dubuc & Mondor, Canada 

Life Bldg. Albert Du- 
buc, J. Mondor. 
Dubuc & Towers. J. H. 

Dubuc, W. B. Towers. 
Dysart & Dysart, Mclntyre 

Blk. A. K. Dysart, G. A. 

Dysart. 
Elliott, Macneil & Deacon, 

316 Mclntyre Blk. G. A. 

Elliott, B. L: Deacon, M. 

G. Macneil, R. W. Wyde- 

man. — 
Card, Appendix Page 10. 



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WINNIPEG— Continued. 

Ewart, A. C. 

Ewart, T. S. 

Ferg-uson & Williams. T. R. 
Ferguson, E. K. Wil- 
liams. 

Finkelstein, Levinson &. 
Cameron. M. J. Finkel- 
stein, E. R. Levinson, J. 
S. Cameron. 

FIshep, E. B., McArthur 
Bids. 

Fish'p, Wilson, Battram &. 
Hamilton, Trust & Loan 
Bldg. C. P. Wilson, 
K.C., Jamps Fisher, K.C., 
John F. Fisher, Stewart 
M. Battram, Wm. C. 
Hamilton, Arch, Camrp- 
bell, B. W. Thompson. — 
Card, Appendix Page SO. 

Flanders & Macvicar. S. R. 

Flandei'S, G. D. Macvicar. 

Frizel], J. R. 

Garland & Anderson, Elec- 
tric Chmbrs. A. Ander- 
son, E. P. Garland. 

Graham & Graham, Aikins 
Bids. John Graham, J. 
Holmes Graham. 

Graham & Rodford. Her- 
bert W. Graham, J. H. 
Rodford. 

Graham, Hannesson & Mc- 
Tavish, Confed. Life 
Block. R. B. Graham, H. 
M. Hannesson, Roy Mc- 
Tavish. 
Card, Appendix Page SO. 

Hagel, N. F. 

Hamilton, T, K. 

Haney & Mitchell, Mclntyre 
Block. J. R. Haney, J. 
W. Mitchell. 

Hansford, J. E. 

Hartley, T. L. 

Hastings, W. H., 834 Main 
St. 

Heap St Stratton, 717 Mc- 
lntyre Block. F. Heap, 
R. D. Stratton. — 
Card, Appendix Page SO. 

Hough, Campbell & Fer- 
guson, Northern Crown 
Bank Bldg. Isaac Camp- 
bell, K.C., J. Stanley 
Hough, K.C., A. C. Fer- 
guson, James Goupar, A. 
E. Dilts. 

Hubbard, F. C. 

Hudson, Ormond & Marlatt, 
Merchants Bank Bldg. 
A. B. Hudson, E. W. 
Marlatt, Horace Ormond, 
H. V. Hudson, H. E. 
Swift. 
Card, Appendix Page SO. 



WINNIPEG— Continued. 

Hugg, Hugg A Edwards, 

Confod. Life Bldg. J. 

B. Hugg, Harris Edwards. 
Huggard, J. T. 
Hull, Sparling & Sparling, 

National Trust Bldg. W. 
F. Hull. J. K. Sparling, 
F. W. Sparling. — 
Card, Appendix Page SI. 

Hunt, Noble & Devaux. 
(See Noble & Devaux.) 

Hunt, Theo. A. (City Solici- 
tor), Jules Preudhomme, 
Asst. -Solicitor. 

Isbister & Morton, Mclntyre 
Block. Thomas Morton, 
Claude Isbister. — 
Card, Appendix Page SI. 

Jacob, Moore & Morton. R. 

Jacob, A. E. Moore, Jos. 

K. Morton. 
Keith & Gannon. C. G. 

Keith, C. E. S. Gannon. 
Kennedy & K<^nnedy, Union 

Trust Bldg. W. W. 

Kennedy, F. C. Kennedy. 
LaidFaw & Earl, Union 

Bank Bldg. Stuart R. 

Laidlaw, L. F. Earl. 
Card, Appendix Page SI. 

Lawrence & Johnston, 
Electric Chbrs. W. D. 
Lawrence, A. E. John- 

StQU. 

Leech, Leech & Sutton. 

J. H. Leech, Ernest T. 
Leech, F. J. Sutton. 

Lindsay, G. V., Sterling 
Bank Bldg. 

McAllister & McCallum, 
Nanton Bldg, A. B. 

McAllister, J. F. Mc- 
Callum. — 

McArthur, F. J. G., Mc- 
lntyre Block. 
Card, Appendix Page SI. 

McKerchar, Morrisey & 

Masterman, Union Bank 
Chbrs. D. W. McKer- 
char, W. S. Morrisey, L. 
A. Masterman. 
Card, Appendix Page SI. 

McMeans & McMeans, Bank 

of N. S. Bldg. Lendnim 
McMeans, K.C., Ernest 
D'H. McMeans. 

McMillan & Trick, Somer- 
set Block. N. A. Mc- 
Millan, E. G. Trick. 

McPherson & Wilson, Bank 
of Hamilton Chbrs. A. 
N. McPherson, LL.B., P. 
J. Wilson, LL.B. 



52 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



WINNIPEG — Continued. 

Macdonald, Sullivan A 

Tapp, National Trust 
Bldg. Hon. Sir Hugh J. 
Macdonald, K.C., Edgar J. 
Tarr, Arthur Sullivan. — 
Card, Appendix Page 21. 

Machpay, Sharpe, Dennis- 
toun, Locke & Crawley, 

Bank of Commerce Bldg. 
R.. M. Dennistoun, K.G., 
J. A. Machray, K.C., F. J. 
Sharpe, G. H. Locke, C. 
A. Crawley, Herbert 
Dunk, G. F. deC. 0'- 
Grady. 
Card, Appendix Page 22, 

MacLean, D. R. C, LL.B., 

301 McArthur Bldg. 
MacTaggaPt, R. M. 

Magnusson, R. A. W. 
ManaHan & Higglns, Mer- 
chants Bank Bldg. W. 

Manahan, J. R. Higgins. 
Manning, R. A. G. 
Mansur, C. H. 
Matthew, N. J. 
Monkman & Bapnapdo, 

258 1-2 Portage Ave. A. 

Monkman, C. G. Barn- 

ardo. 
Montelth, Fletchep & David. 

G. B. Monteith, E. A. 

Fletcher, A. C. David. 
Moody, George. 
Moore & Sutherland. T. 

Kells Moore, A. J. 

Sutherland. 
Moran, Anderson A Gij', 

Merchants Bank Bld*:^. 

W. J. Moran, E. Anier- 

son, R. D. Guy. 
IWopley, A. W., LL.B., Mc- 
Arthur Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 22. 

Moppison, A. S., 503 Kee- 
wayden Bldg. 

Mulock, Armstrong & Lind- 
say, 905, 906, 907, 908 
McArthur Bldg. W. 
Redford Mulock, K.G., 
J. W. E. Armstrong, E. 
Beaven Lindsay. — 

Munpoe, Mackenzie Sc Mac- 
queen. H. Mackenzie, 
M. A. Macqueen. 

Munson, Allan, Laipd & 
Davis; Munson, Allan, 
Haffnep & HobkiPk, 392 
Main St. J. H. Munson, 
K.G., G. W. Allan, D. H. 

• Laird, G. H. Davis, E. 
F. Haffner, A. A. Hob- 
kirk, L. J. Loader, K. L. 
Patton, R. B. Maclnnes. 



WINNIPEG— Continued. 

Muppay, T. J., Sterling 
Bank Bldg. 

Murray c& Robertson. A. 
H. S. Murray, J. E. 
Robertson. 

Nason & Major, Confed. 
Life Bldg. H. Nason, 
W. J. Major. 

Noble & Devaux, McTntyre 
Block. R. M. Noble, J. 
L. Devaux. 

Nugent, P. S. 

Papkep St McVicap, Union 
Bank Bldg. B. C. Park- 
er, jr., J. A. McVicar. 
Card, Appendix Page 22. 

Phillipps, Rogers & Scapth, 

Merchants Bank Bldg. 
Hugh Phillipps, C. S. A. 
Rogers, H. S. Scarth. 
Card, Appendix Page 22. 

Reynolds, C. E. 

Richapds, Sweatman, Kemp, 

St. Flllmope, Garry Bldg. 

S. E. Richards, W. A. T. 

Sweatman, A. G. Kemp, 

W. P. Fillmore. 
RichaPdson St Collinson, 

Confed. Life Bldg. W. 

W. Richardson, J. G. 

Collinson. 
Card, Appendix Page 22. 

Ross, A. M. S. 

Rothwell, Johnson, Berg- 
man St McGhee, Mc- 
Arthur Bldg. S. J. Roth- 
well, T. H. Johnson, H. 
A. Bergman, G. W. Mc- 
Ghee. 

Saundepson, H. H., LL.B., 
Canada Permanent Bldg. 

Shappe, Stacpoole, Elliott St 
Montague, Union Bank 
Bldg. E. E. Sharne, D. 
A. Stacpoole, L. J. El- 
liott, F. F. Montague. 
Card, Appendix Page 22. 

Spice & Symington. E. 
Spice, H. J. Symington. 

Sppoule St Locke, Trust & 
Loan Bldg. F. R. 
Sproule, P. C. Locke. — 
Card, Appendix Page 2S. 

Steinkonf & Bruce. Max 
Steinkopf, R. A. Bruce. 

Suffleld. J. Devepeux, Farm- 
er Bldg. 

Taylop, MacAlplne St Ross. 

Edmund L. Taylor, K.G., 

C. D. H. MacAlpine, 

Douglas H. Ross. — 

Card, Appendix Page 23. 



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53 



WINNIPEG — Continued. 

Tench, Henry & Wallar, 

615 Somerset Blk. H. F. 
Tench, H. R. L. Henry, 
J. P. Wallar. 

Thonnas & Honeyman, Ster- 
ling Bank Bldg. E. J. 
Thomas, B.A., LL.B., E. 
D. Honeyman, B.A., 
LL.B. 

Thompson, Jameson & Mc- 
Williams. R. M. Thomp- 
son, G. W. Jameson, R. 
P. McWilliams. 

Thomson, J. L. M. 

Thopnbupn, Wm., 800-802 
Sterhng Bank- Bldg. 

Tuppep, Tuppep, McTavIsh 
<& Co., Union Bank Bldg. 
J. Stewart Tupper, K.C., 
William J. Tupper, K.C., 
G. G. McTavish, Charles 
S. Tupper. 
Card, Appendix Page S3. 



WINNIPEG — Continued. 

van Hallen, G. St. J., 103 

Parmer Bldg. (See Card 
Patent Attorney list). 

Vivian, H. 

Warner, A. H. 

Whitia, H. W., Union Trust 
Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 23. 

Williams, Chas E. 

Wilson, H. G. 

Wilton, McMurray, De- 
Lorme, Davidson & 
Wheeldon. J. W. Wilton, 
J. McMurray, L. A. De- 
Lorme, J. Davidson, H. 
J. Wheeldon. 

Woodside, J. H., Union 
Trust Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page S3. 

Wright, W. 

Yates J. 

Young, Chandlep & Patep- 

son, Royal Bank Bldg. 

W. K. Chandler, LL.B. 

H. S. Paterson, J. R. 

Young. 



54j CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 



NEW BRUNSWICK 



SUPREME COURT. 

Composed of the Judges of the Court of Appeal, Chancery Divi- 
sion and King's Bench Division for New Brunswick. 

Appellate Division. 

The Chief Justice of New Brunswick, Hon, Ezekiel McLeod, Hon. 
W. C. H. Grimmer, and one other Judge to be assigned. 

Chancery Division. 

Justices : 

The Chief Justice of New Brunswick, Hon. Ezekiel McLeod, and 
two other Judges to be assigned. 

King's Bench Division. 

Chief Justice: 
Hon. Pierre A. Landry, and three other Judges to be assigned. 

Justices: 
(Not assigned to the various divisions at time of going to press) : 

Hon. A. S. White; Hon. Jeremiah A. Barry; Hon. Harrison A. 
McKeown; Hon. Oswald S. Crocket. 

Begistrar: 
T. Carleton Allen, K.C., D.C.L., Predericton. 

Deputy Begistrar in Chancery Division: 
T. P. Regan, St. John. 

Attorney-General: 
(Vacant.) 

EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA. 

Local Judge, New Brunswick Admiralty District. 

(Vacant.) 

Begistrar: 
Edmund S. Ritchie. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 55 



THE BARRISTER'S SOCIETY OP NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Ex-officio The Attorney General: 
Hon. W. C. H. Grimmer, K.C. 

President : Vice-President : 

J. B. A. Baxter, K.C. A. E. Slipp, K.C. 

Secretary and Treasurer: 
T. C. Allen, K.C. 

Additional Members of the Council: 

M. G. Teed, K.C; II. A. Powell, K.C; E. A. Lawlor, K.C; A. J. Gregory, 
K.C; J. D. Phinney, K.C; W. A. Ewing, K.C; A. B. Connell, K.C. 

Librarian : 
T. C Allen, K.C. 

ST. JOHN LAW SOCIETY. 

President : Secretary-Treasurer : 

Mariner G. Teed, K.C. C F. Sanford. 

Members of Council of St. John Law Society: 

Daniel Miillin, K.C; W. A. Ewing, K.C; J. E. Armstrong, K.C; J. B. M. 
Baxter, K.C; E. T. C Knowles, K.C; J. Eoy Campbell, K.C; A. A. 
Wilson, K.C; Fred. B. Taylor. 



MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 

Albert— C. A. Peck, A. W> Bray; Carleton—Q. Comben, E. K. Connell; 
Charlotte — J. G. Stevens, M. N. Cockburn; Gloucester — G. Gilbert, 
N. A. Landry; Kent — H. H.« James, F. J. Eobidoux; King's — J. H. 
A. L. Fairweather, J. A. Freeze; MadaivasJca — J. M. Stevens; M. 
Cormier; Northumberland — E. Murray, T. W. Butler; Queen's — 
J. E. Dunn; Restigouche — A. E. G. Mackenzie j Saint John — Af A. 
Wilson, E. T. C Knowles, D. Mullin, C F. Sanford; Sunbury— 
J. S. Campbell; Victoria— A. Straton, C H. Elliott; Westmorland — 
W. A. Eussell, J. H. Yeomans, Edouard Girouard; Yorlc — H. Coy, 
H. G. Fenety. 



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57 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 

NOTE: Where there is no Barrister, reference is made to nearest place 
with a resident Barrister. 



ACADIAVILLE— Co. Kent, See 

Richibucto. 

ANDOVER— Co. Victoria. 
Carter, T. J., K.C. 

APOHAQUI— Co. Kings, See 

Sussex. 

AROOSTOOK JUNCTION — 

Co. Victoria, See Andover. 

BATH — Co. Carleton. 
Simms, J. R. H. 

BATHURST — Co. Gloucester. 
Byrne, J. P. 
Gilbert, George, K.C. 
Harrington, J. J. 
Landry, N. A., K.C. 

Card, Appendix Page 23. 

BAY VERTE — Co. Westmor- 
land, See Moncton. 

BLACKBROOK — Co. North- 
umberland. See New- 
castle. 

BLACKVILLE — Co. Northum- 
berland, See Chatham. 

BOIESTOWN — Co. Northum- 
berland, See Fredericton. 

BRISTOL — Co. Carleton, See 
Hartland. 

BUCTOUCHE — Co. Kent, See 

Richibucto. 



CAMPBELLTON — Co. 

gouche. 
Carr, Hugh A. 
LeBlanc, A. T. 
Mackenzie, A. E. G. 
Tpueman, W. A. 

CAMPOBELLO— Co. 



Resti- 



Char- 



lotte, See St. Andrews. 

CANTERBURY — Co. York, 

See Fredericton. 

CAPE BALD — Co. Westmor- 
land, See Riverside. 

CARAQUET — Co. Gloucester, 
See Bathurst. 

CENTERVILLE — Co. Carle- 
ton, See Woodstock. 

CHATHAM— Co. Northumber- 
land. 
Lawlor, R. A., K.C. 

Murray, Robert, K.C. 
Tweedie, L. J., K.C. 



CHIPMAN— Co. Queens, See 
St. John. 

COCAGNE— Co. Kent, See 
Richibucto. 

DALHOUSIE — Co. Resti- 

gouche. 
Richard, E. Rene, B.A., 
LL.B. 

Card, Appendix Page S4. 

DEER ISLAND — Co. Char- 
lotte, See St. Andrews. 
DORCHESTER — Co. West- 
morland. 
Chapman, A. J. 
Chapman, W. H., K.C. 
Emmerson, Friel & Clark. 

(See Moncton.) 
Hanington, C. Lionel. 

EDMUNDSTON — Co. Mada- 

waska. 
Cormier, M. D. 
Michaud, Pius. 
Stevens & Lawson. J. M. 

Stevens, K.C, Aaron 
Lawson. 

ELGIN— Co. Albert, See Sus- 
sex. 

FAIRVILLE — Co. St. John. 
Nelson, W. A. 

FLATLANDS — Co. Restl- 
gouche, See Campbell- 
ton. 

FLORENCEVILLE— Co. Carle- 
ton, See Hartland. 

FREDERICTON— Co. York. 
Bliss, F. St. John. 
Cny, Havelock. 
Gregory & WInsIow. Albert 
J. Gregory, K.C, J. J. 
Fraser Winslow.- 
Guthrie, Percy A. 

Card, Appendix Page S4. 

Holland, James. 
McCready, J. W. 
McLellan & Hughes. R. 

W. McLellan, Peter J. 

Hughes, B.A. — 
McLeod, Hon. H. F., K.C, 

M.P.P. 
Peters, F. H. 
Phinney, J. D.. K.C. 
Rainsford, H. P. 
Richards, Charles D. 
Slipp & Hanson. Arthur 

R. Slipp, K.C, M.P.P., 

R. B. Hanson, LL.B. 



58 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



QAQETOWN— Co. Queens. 
Dunn, J. R. 

GRAND ANSE — Co Glouces- 
ter, See Bathurst. 

GRAND FALLS— Co. Victoria. 
Ghamberland, A. M. 
Gallagher, J. J. 
Kertson, W. Fred. 

GRAND MANAN — Co. Char- 
lotte, See St. Andrews. 

HAMPTON— Co. Kings. 

Otty, G. 0. D. (See St. 

John). 
Weyman, E. C. (See St. 

John). 

HARCOURT— Co. Kent (See 
Richibucto). 

riARTLAND— Co. Carleton. 
Hayward, M. L. 

HILLSBORO— Co. Albert, See 
Riverside. 

HOPEWELL CAPE — Co. Al- 
bert, See Riverside. 

HOPEWELL HILL —Co Al- 
bert, See Riverside. 

KOUCHIBOUGUAC— Co. Kent 
See Richibucto. 

LOWER CARAQUET — Co. 

Gloucester, See Bathurst. 

MARYSVILLE — Co. York, 
See Fredericton. 

MEMRAMCOOK— Co. West- 
morland, See Moncton. 

WILLTOWN— Co. Charlotte, 

See St. Stephen. 

MILLEVILLE— Co. York, See 
Fredericton. 

MONCTON — Co. Westmor- 
land. 
Allen, Austin A. 

Card, Appendix Page S4. 

Chandler, W. B., K.C. 

Charters, A. N. 

Emmerson, Friel & Clark. 
Hon. H. R. Emmerson, 
K.C, James Friel, C. S. 
Clark. 

Girouard, Edouard. 

Harris, George L. 

Hewson, Robert W., K.C. — 
Card, Appendix Fage 24. 

Legere, A. J. 

McCully, F. A., K.C. 

Murphy, F. P. 

Reilly, E. Albert, K.C. 

Robinson, Hon. C. W. 

Sherren, J. G. 

Sweeney, Hon. F. J., K.C. 



NELSON —Co. Northumber- 
land, See Newcastle. 

NEWCASTLE— Co. Northum- 
berland. 
Butler, Thos. W. 
Davidson, A. A., K.C. 
Whalen, T. H. 
Williston, E. P. 

PENNFIELD— Co. Charlotte, 
See St. Andrews. . 

PENOBSQUIS — Co. Kings, 
See Sussex. 

PERTH— Co. Victoria. 
Elliott, C. H. 

PETITCODIAC — Co. West- 
morland. 
King & Goodwin. Uz. King, 

T. T. Goodwin. 
Yeomans, J. H. 

PETIT ROCHER— Co. Glou- 
cester, See Bathurst. 

PORT ELGIN— Co. Westmor- 
land. 
Allen, T. J. 

RICHIBUCTO— Co. Kent. 
Hutchinson, G. A. 
James, H. H. 
Robidoux, P. J. 

RIVERSIDE— Co. Albert. 
Dixon, M.B., K.C. 

ST. ANDREWS — Co. Char- 
lotte. 
Cockburn, M. N., K.C. 
Grimmer, F. Howard, K.C. 

ST. GEORGE —Co. Charlotte, 
See St. Andrews. 

ST. JOHN— Co. St. John. 

Alward, Silas, K.C. 

Armstrong, B. R. 

Armstrong, J. R., K.C. 

Baird, A. W. 

Barnhlll, Ewing & San> 

ford. A. P. Barnhill, 

K.C, W. A. Ewing, K.C,, 

C F. Sanford. 

Card, Appendix Page 24. 

Barry, J. A. 

Baxter St. Logan. J. B. M. 
Baxter, K.C, M.P.P., G. 
Earle Logan, B.CL. 
Card, Appendix Page 24. 

Belyea & Campbell. J. A. 
Belyea, K.C, J. R. Camp- 
bell, K.C. 

Belyea, G. H. V. 

Belyea, J. C 

Brittain, H. H. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



59 



ST. JOHN — Continued. 
Bustin, S. B. 
Fairweather, J. H. A. L. 

Fairweather, S. L. 
Ferguson, Clarence, H. 
Gerow, B. L. 
Hanington & Hanington. A. 

H. Hanington, K.G., G. S. 
Hanington, B.G.L. — 
Card, Appendix Fage 25. 

Hartt, J. T. 

Hazen, Hon. J. D., K.G., 

M.P. 
Inches & Hazen. Gyrus P. 

Inches, D. King Hazen. — 
Card, Appendix Page S5. 

Jarvis, Wm. M. 

Keith, H. S. 

Kelley, J. King, K.G. 

Kerr, Frances. 

Knowles, E. T. G. 

Knowlton, F. J. G. 

Mclnerney & Trueman. H. 
0. Mclnerney, J. MacM. 
Trueman. 

Macdonald, Charles A. 

Mahoney, W. J. 

Mullin, D., K.G. 

MacRae, Sinclair & Mac- 
Rae. J. A. Sinclair, Ken- 
neth J. MacRae. 

Murray, R. G. 

Otty, G. 0. D. 

Palmer, S. W. 

Pickett & Lewin. H. H. 
Pickett, J. D. P. Lewin. 

Powell & Harrison. H. A. 
Powell, K.G., W. H. Har- 
rison, LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Fage 25. 

Puddington, H. F. 
Pugsley, Hon. W., K.G. 
Quigley, R. F., K.G. 
Raymond, E. P. 
Regan, T. P. 
Ring, Oscar. 
Rive, R. M. 
Robertson, H. W. 
Shaw, Gporge S. 
Skinner, 8. A. M. 
Smith, B. S. 

Smith, Herbert J., B.C.L. 
Card, Appendix Fage 25. 

Talt, J. Starr. 
Teed, M. & J. Mariner G. 
Teed, K.G., J. F. H. Teed. 
Tilley, L. P. D. 
Wallace, W. B., K.G. 



ST. JOHN— Continued. 

Weldon &, McLean. Hugh 
H. McLean, K.G., Fred. 
R. Taylor. — 
Card, Appendix Fage 25. 
Weyman, E. G. 
Willett, John, K.G. 
Wilson, A. A., K.G. 
ST. MARY'S FERRY —Go. 
Gloucester, See Fr^der- 
icton. 

ST. STEPHEN — Go. Char- 
lotte. 
Clarke, G. J., K.G. 
Grimmer, Hon. W. G. H., 

K C 
Mills, N. M. 
Richardson, J. W. 

SACKVILLE— Co. Westmor- 
land. 

Gopp & McCord. A. B. 
Copp, M.P.P., G. R. 
McCord. 

Powell, Bennett St Trites. 
A. W. Bennett, K.C., 
Raleigh Trites. 

SALISBURY — Go. Westmor- 
land, See Dorchester. 

SHEDIAC — Co. Westmorland. 
McDonald, E. R. 
Russell, W. A. 

SHEFFIELD — Co. Sunbury, 
See Fredericton. 

SUSSEX— Go. Kings. 
Adair, George H. 

Fowler & Freeze. George 
W. Fowler, K.G., M.P., 
R. St. J. Freeze. 

Freeze, J. A. 

McFadzen, J. H. 

Mclntyre, J. M. 

Pearson, A. E. 

Turner, W. D. 

WOODSTOCK — Co. Garleton. 
Carvell, F. B., K.G. 
Gomben, Charles. 
Connell, A. B., K.C. 

Connell, E. K. 
Connell, W. M. 
Hartley, J. C. 
Jones, T. M. 
Jones, W. P., K.G. 
Vince, A. N. 
Young, L. E. 



60 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 



NEWFOUNDLAND 



SUPREME COURT OP JUDICATURE FOR NEWFOUNDLAND. 

(having jurisdiction also as a Vice-Admiralty Court). 

Chief Justice: 
Hon. Sir Wm. H. Horwood, Kt. 

Judges : 
Hon. Geo. H. Emerson, Hon. George M. Johnson. 

Eegistrar : 
D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Sheriff: Sul ■ Sheriff : 

James Carter. Wm. J. Carroll. 

Masters : 

Hon. Donald Morison, K.C; Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., K.C; 

D. M. Browning, K.C; H. E. Knight; M. W. Furlong, K.C; 

J. M. Kent, K.C 

Registrar of Deeds and Companies: 
George J. Adams, J. P. 

SESSIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

Winter Session. During the second week in January and the 
first weeks in February and March respectively, hearing in banc, 
During the third week in January and the second weeks in February 
and March respectively, trials and hearings of causes and matters 
with witnesses, with or without juries. During the third week in 
February, criminal causes. 

Spring Session. During the first weeks in April, May and June 
respectively, and the fourth week in June, hearings in banc. During 
the second weeks in April, May and June respectively, causes and 
matters with witnesses. During the third week in May, criminal 
causes. 

Fall Session, During the first weeks of October, November and 
December respectively, hearings in banc. During the second weeks 
in October, November and December respectively, causes and matters 
with witnesses. During the third weeks in October and November 
respectively, criminal causes. 

Admiralty Causes. May be tried at any time. 

SUPREME COURT ON CIRCUIT. 

Terms are fixed each year by proclamation of the Governor, 
The Southern Circuit usually sits from August 15th to September 
10th; the Northern Circuit from September 10th to October 1st; 
and at Brigus, Harbour Grace and Carbonear from November 22nd 
to November 29th. There is also a Spring Sitting in Harbour Grace 
about the last week in April. 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 



61 



DISTRICT COURTS. 



Central District Court. 

Judge : 
Jas. G. Conroy, K.C. 

Cleric : 
Arthur W. Knight, K.C. 



Harbour Grace District Court. 

Judge : 
W, A. Oke, J.P. 

Cleric: 
John Casey, J.P. 



DEPARTMENT OP JUSTICE. 

Minister of Justice and Attorney-General : 
Hon. D. Morison, K.C. 

Deputy Minister: 
C. H. Hutchings, K.C. 

LAW SOCIETY. 

Visitors : 
The Hon. the Judges of the Supreme Court. 

President and Treasurer: Secretary and Librarian: 

Hon. D. Morison, K.C. D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Benchers ex-officio: 

Rt. Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, K.C, Kt.; Hon. D. Morison, K.C; 
D. M. Browning, K.C; J. M. Kent, K.C. 

Benchers elected: 

M. W. Furlong, K.C; J. A. Clift, K.C; P. J. Morris, K.C; H. H. 

Carter, K.C; C O'N. Conroy; Jas. P. Blackwood; 

Hon. C H. Emerson, K.C 

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



ST. JOHN'S: 

Ayre, G. W. B. 

Blackwood, J. P. 

Blandford, S. D. 

Cahill, C. J. 

Carter, E. Leo. 

C3Ptep, Hugh H., K.C. 

(See Card, Patent Attys.) 

Carty, G. 

Clapp, W. M. 

Clift, J. A., K.C. 

Emerson, C. H., K.C 

Emerson, L. E. 

Fenf^lon, John. — 

Card, Appendix Page S6. 

Foote, S. J. 

Furlong & Conroy. M. W. 
Furlong, K.C, C O'N. 
Conroy, W. J. Higgins. 

Gibbs. M. P., K.C. 

Higgins, J. G. 

Howley, William R., K.C. 
Card, Appendix Page 26. 

Hiitnhings. C. H., K.C. 

Kent & McGrath. J. M. 
Kent, K.C, R. T. Mc- 
Grath. 



ST. JOHN'S — Continued. 

Knight, H. E. 

Lloyd, W. P. 

McGrath, J. J. 

McNeily, J. A. W. 

Mews. F. A. 

Morine, A. B., K.C. 

Morison & Hunt. Hon. D. 

Morison, K.C, Chas. E. 

Hunt. 
Morris & Dunfield. Sir E. 

P. Morris, K.C, B. E. S. 

Dunfield. 
Morris. F. J., K.C. 
Pinsent, E. S. 
Squires, R. A., LL.B. 

Card, Appendix Page 26. 
Summers, M. F. 
Summers, P. J. 
Warren, W. R., K.C. 
Winter & Winter. J. A. 

Winter, H. A. Winter. 
Wood & Kelly. W. E. 

Wood, K.C, W. O'D. 

Kelly. 



62 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 

NOVA SCOTIA 



SUPREME COURT. 



Chief Justice: 
Hon. Charles J. Townshend. 

Assistant Judges: 

Hon. Wallace Graham. Hon. J. Wilberforce Longley. 

Hon. Nicholas H. Meagher. Hon. Arthur Drysdale. 

Hon. B. Russell. Hon. J. J. Ritchie. 

EXCHEQUER COURT OF CAJVADA. 

Admiralty Side. 

Judge: 
Hon. Arthur Drysdale. 

Begistrar: 
John M. Geldert. 

Marshal and Sheriff: 
James Hall. 

COURT OF DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES. 

Judge: 
Hon. Wallace Grahato. 

Begistrar: 
Edwin D. King. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Attorney-General: 
Hon. Orlando T. Daniels, K.C. 

Deputy Attorney-General: 
Stuart Jenks, K.C. 

Taxing Master: 
John T. Ross, K.C. 



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NOVA SCOTIA. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 

NOTE: Where there is no Barrister, reference is made to nearest place 
with a resident Barrister. 



ACADIA MINES, See Truro. 

AMHERST — Co. Cumberland. 

Casey, Clarence E. 

Davis, J. Alder. 

Donkin, W. F. 

Mackenzie, Alex. G. 

Manning, W. McG. 

Pnffsley, Wm. G. 

Ralston, Hanway & Ralston. 
J. A. Hanway, John S. 
Smiley. 
Card, Appendix Page 26. 

Rhodes & Sterne. Edgar N. 
Rhodes, M.P., George H. 
Sterne. — 

Rogers, H. W. 

Rogers, Mllnep & Pupdy. 
T. S. Rogers, K.G. (Hali- 
fax Counsel), F. L. Mil- 
ner, Henry A. Purdy. 
Card, Appendix Page 26. 

Smith, Charles R. & Robt. 
K. C. R. Smith, K.C., 
R.*K. Smith. 

Smith, John T. 

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL — Co. 

Annapolis. 
Harris, Fred \V. 
Owen & Owen. Jacob M. 

Owen, K.C., Daniel Owen. 

ANTIGONISH — Co. Antigon- 
ish. 
Bovd, John A. 
Chisholm, C. P., K.G. 
Chisholm, Daniel G. 
Chisholm, Wm., K.C. 

Card, Appendix Page 26. 
Girrriir, E. Lavin. 
Griffin, R. R. 
McDonald, Allan. 
Mclsaac, Colin F., K.G. 
Wall, Joseph A., K.G. 
Wall, James M. 

ARICHAT — Co. Richmond. 
Cameron, Allan J. 

Card, Appendix Page 27. 

AYLESFORD, See Kentville. 

BADDECK — Co. Victoria. . 
See Sydney. 

BARRINGTON PASSAGE — 

Co. Shelburne. See Shel- 
burne. 

BEAR RIVER, See Digby. 

BERWICK, See Kentville. 

BRICTON, See Middleton. 



BRIDGETOWN — Co. Anna- 
polis. 

Chipman, Charles R. 

Daniels, Hon. 0. T., K.G. 

Irvin, John, K.G. 

Miller, Oliver S. 

Morse, Albert. 

Ruggles & Sons. Edwin 
Ruggles, K.C., H. Rug- 
gles. 
BRIDGEWATER —Go Lunen- 
burg. 

McLean & Margeson. James 
A. McLean, K.C., J. W. 
Margeson, LL.B., M.P.P. 

Owen, Hon. W. H., K.G. 

Paton, Vincent J., K.C. 

Roberts, Arthur. 

CANNING, See Kentville. 
CENTERVILLE, See Kentville. 
CHESTER, See Lunenburg. 
CLARENCE, See Middleton. 

CLARK'S HARBBOR, See 

Shelburne. 

CLEMENTS PORT, See An- 
napolis. 
DARTMOUTH, See Halifax. 

DEEP BROOK, See Annapo- 
lis. 
DIGBY — Co. Digby. 

Dennlson, Harry L., K.C. 

Card, Appendix Page 27. 

Jones, Frank, K.C. 

Nichols, Frank W. 
DOMINION, See Glace Bay. 
ELLERSHOUSE — Co. Hants. 

Blanchard, H. P. 
GLACE BAY — Co. Cape Bre- 
ton. 

Carroll, Wm. F. 

Douglas, John C, B.A., 
LL.B. 

Harrington, Gordon S. 

McArthur, Neil R. 

Macdonald, Allan J. 

Tobin, Wm. R. 

Card, Appendix Page 27. 

GUYSBORO — Co. Guysbor- 
ough. 
Floyd, Duncan P. 
Fulton, J. A. 

HALIFAX — Co. Halifax. 
Allison, Edmund P. — 

Card, Appendix Page 27. 

Bell, Francis H., K.G. 
Bligh, Fred. P. 



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65 



HALIFAX — Continued. 
Borden, Henry G. 
Cahalane, Thomas J. 
Ghisholm, Joseph A., K.G. 
Gluney, Andrew, K.G. 
Gummings, Alfred G. 
Davidson, F. L., LL.B. — 
Card, Appendix Page 27. 

Davison, James McG. 

Dovle, Ernest F. 

Eaton & Beckwith. Bren- 
ton H Eaton, K.G., H. L. 
Beckwith. 

Finn, Robert E. 

Foster &. Foster. Wm. R. 
Foster, W. Gore Foster. 

Geldert, John M. 

Hanright, F. W. 

Harris, Henry, Rogers &. 
Harris. Robert E. Har- 
ris, K.C., William A. 
Henry, K.C., T. Sherman 
Rog-prs, K.C., Reg:inald 
V. Harris, John E. Read, 
John S. Roper. 
Card, Appendix Page S7. 

Hunt, J. Johnstone, K.C., 
DC L. — 

Card, Appendix Page S9. 

Jenks, Stuart, K.C. (Dep. 
Atty. -General). 

Johnstf^n. J. R. 

Kinjr, Edwin D., K.G. 

Knight, J. A., K.G. 

LeNoir, 11. 

Lyons, Wm. A. 

Mclnn'is, Mellish, Fulton 
& Kenny. Hector Mo- 
Innes. K.C., H. Mellish, 
K.G.. W. H. Fulton, K.G., 
J. B. Kenny, A. W. 
Jones, W. C. Macdon- 
ald, H. G. Morse. 
Card, Appendix Page 29. 

McDougall, John. 

MacGoy, Wensley B. 

MacllPPith & Tremalne. 
Robert T. MacTlreith, 
Charles F. Tremaine. 

MacKay, Adams A., K.C. 

Macl<>an, Burchell & Ral- 
ston. Hon. A. K. Mac- 
lean, K.C, Charles J. 
Burchell, K.C, J. Layton 
Ralston. 
Card, Appendix Page 29. 

Meagher, T. J. N. 

Morrison, Alfred G., K.C 

Murphy, Thomas W. 

Murray & McKinnon. Rob- 
ert H. Murray, John L. 
McKinnun. 

Notting, Thomas. 

Oakes, Ingram B. (with 
Alf. Whitman). 



HALIFAX— Continued. 

O'Connor & Russell, Wm. 
F. O'Connor, K.C, Ber- 
nard W. Russell, B.A., 
LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 28. 

O'Hearn, Walter J. 

O'Mullin, John C, LL.B. — 
Card, Appendix Page 29. 

Outram, Frank P. 

Owen, Daniel M. K.G. 

Payzant, John Y. & Son, J. 
Y. Payzant, Wm. L. 
Payzant. 

Pearson, Covert & Pear- 
son. Walter H. Covert, 
K.C, G. Fred Pearson. 

Power, John J., K.C. 

Power, Hon. Lawrence G., 
K.C 

Ritchie, George. 

Ross, John T., K.C. 

Silver & McDonald. Alfred 
E. Silver, K.C, J. A. 
McDonald. 

Ternan, Gerald B. 

Terrell, James. 

Thompson, W. E. 

Thomson, Walter K. 

Tobln. Thomas F., KC. 

Tremaine- Fred. J., K.C. 

Walsh, Wm. W. 

Whitman, Alf. — 

■Card, Appendix Page 29, 

HARBORVILLE, See Kent- 

ville. 
INVERNESS — Co. Inverness. 

Gallant, Thomas. 

McNeil, Daniel, K.G. 

MacEchen, Francis A. 
JOGGINS, See Amherst. 
JUDIQUE — Co. Inverness. 

Mackay, John G. 

KENTVILLE — Co. Kings. 
Masters, F. A. 
Roscoe & Roscoe. W. E. 
Roscoe, K.C, Barry W. 
Roscoe. 
Sh3frn«*p ^ Russell. Wm. 

P. Shaffner. 
Webster & Chase. B. Web- 
ster, K.C, H. M. Chase. 
Wickwire, Hon. H. H., 
K.C. 
KINGSTON, See Kentville. 
LA HAVE, See Lunenburg. 
LAWRENCETOWN, See 

Bridgetown. 
LINGAN, See Sydney. 
LIVERPOOL — Co. Queens. 
Hall, Wm. L. 

Mack, Hon. Jason M., K.C 
Purney, W. P. 
Pyke, John G. 
Robertson, R. B. H. 



66 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



LOCKPORTE, See Shelburne. 
LONDONDERRY, See Truro. 
LOUISBURG, See Glace Bay. 

LUNENBURG — Co. Lunen- 
burg. 
Chesley, Samuel A., K.G. 
Kaulbach, R. G. S. 
Lane, Charles W. 

Card, Appendix Page S9. 
Matheson, Donald F., K.C. 

MABOU, See Port Hood. 

MACCAN, See Amherst. 

MAHONE BAY, See Lunen- 
burg. 

MAITLAND, See Windsor. 

MARGARETSVILLE, See Mid- 

dleton. 

METEGHAN, See Digby. 

MIDDLETON — Go. Annapolis. 
Davidson, A. L., M.P. 
Parsons, Wm. G. 

MUSQUODOBOIT — Go Hali- 
fax. 
Sedgewick, J. A. 

NAPPAN, See Amherst. 

NEW GERMANY, See Bridge- 
water. 

NEW GLASGOW — Co. Pictou. 
Doull, John. 

Card, Appendix Page 30. 
Fitzpatrick, H. K. 
Graham, R. H., K.G. 
Jennison, Hedley V. 
Mackay, R. G. 
Sinclair, Donald C. 
Sinclair, John H. 

NEW WATERFORD — Go. 

Cape Breton. 
McLellan, R. S. 

NORTH SYDNEY — Co. Cape 
Breton. 
Archibald, Blowers, K.C. 

Card, Appendix Page 30. 
Armstrong, Hon. John N., 

TC (^ 
Butts," Robt. H. 
McDonald, Joseph. 
Macdonald, John A. 
McKenzle. & McMillan. 
Daniel D. McKenzie, K.G., 
Neil A. McMillan. 
Phalen, R. F. 
OXFORD — Go. Cumberland. 
(Rogers & Co., Amherst.) 
PARADISE, See Bridgetown. 
PARRSBORO — Co. Cumber- 
land. 
Fullerton, Varley B. 
PETITE RIVIERE, See 

Bridgewater. 



PICTOU — Go. Pictou. 

Dickson, Wm. A. 

Frame, Arthur. 

McLeod, John D., K.G. 

Macdonald, Ives & Chip- 
man. Edward M. Mac- 
donald, K.G., M.P., W. 
B. Ives, LL.B., F. B. A. 
Chipman. 

Macdonald, Wm. 

Ross, John U., K.G. 

Tanner & MacKay. Charles 
E. Tanner, K.G., M..P.I\, 
J. W. MacKay. 
Card, Appendix Page 30. 

PORT HAWKESBURY -— Go. 

Inverness. 
Forsyth, G. Ormond. 

PORT HOOD — Go. Inverness. 
McLennan, Daniel, K.G. 
McLennan, Donald. 
Tremain, Edward D. 

PORT MORIEN, See Glace 
Bay. 

PORT WILLIAMS, See Kent- 

ville. 

PUGWASH, See Amherst. 
RIVER HEBERT, See Amherst. 
RIVERPORT, See Lunenburg. 
ROUND HILL, See Annapolis. 
ST. PETERS — Go. Richmond. 

Kyte, George W., K.C. 
SEASIDE — Go. Inverness. 

Gillies, Donald. 
SHELBURNE — Go. Shel- 
burne. 
Hood, John. 
Swansburg, Angus, 
White & Blanchard. Hon. 
N. W. White, K.G., F. G. 
Blanchard. 
Card, Appendix Page 30. 

SHERBROOKE, See Guys- 

boro. 

SHUBENACADIE, See Truro. 
SPRINGHILL, See Amherst. 
STELLARTON, See Pictou. 
STEWIACKE, See Truro. 
STRATHLORNE, See Inver- 
ness. 

SYDNEY —Co. Cape Breton. 
Burchell, Mclntyre & Smith. 

A. A. Mclntyre, Francis 

D. Smith. 
Cameron, Daniel A., K.G. 
Crowe & Ross. Walter 

Crowe, K.C, Hugh Ross, 

K.G., Ronald McVicar, 

LL.B., John McNeil, 

LL.B. 
Duchemin, H. P. 
Gillies & Hill, J. A. Gillies, 

K.C, Wm. A. G .Hill. 
Card, Appendix Page 30. 



NOVA SCOTIA. 



67 



SYDNEY — Continued. 
Gunn, Alexander D. 
Hearn, David A., K.C. 
Langille & Maddin. R. M. 

Langille, J. W. Maddin. 
McDonald, Finlay. 
Macdonald, L. X. 
MacKenzie, Colin. 
Moseley, E. W. 
Moseley, H. C. 
Rowlings, George A. R. 

SYDNEY MINES — Co. Gape 
Breton. 
McLennan, D. A. 

TATAMAGOUCHE, See Truro. 

THORBURN, See New Glas- 
gow. 

TORRBROOK — See Middle- 
ton. 

TRENTON, See New Glasgow. 

TRURO — Go. Colchester. 
Armstrong, Wm. B. 
Bill, J. Philip. 
Campbell, Alex. J. 
Dickie, H. A. — 

Card, Appendix Page 30. 
Ferguson, \V. M. 
McLellan, C. D., K.C. 
MacLatchy, H. O. — 

Card, Appendix Page 31. 
Putnam, Harold. 
Schurman, R. U. 
Tpemain, Rufus A. 

Card, Appendix Page 31. 
Vernon, Gilbert H. 

Card, Appendix Page 31. 



TUPPERVILLE, See Bridge- 
town. 

WATERFORD, See Sydney. 

WATERVILLE, See Kentville. 

WESTVILLE — Co. Pictou. 

MacKay, Harry S. 
Robertson, S. G. 

WEYMOUTH — Co Digby. 
Grierson, J. A. 

WINDSOR — Go. Hants. 
Christie, W. M., K.C. 
DeWolfe, Charles E. 
Morse, Edw. J. 
Mounce, Ralph B. 
Sangster, H. W. 
Scott, H. Percy. 
Sutherland, W. D., K.C. 
Tremain, Hadley B., M.P. 

WOLFVILLE — Co Kings. 

Crawley, E. Sydney. 
Parker, William F. 
Wallace. John W. 

YARMOUTH —Co. Yarmouth. 
Bingay, George, K.C. 
Clements, Edgar N. 
Corning & Chlpman. Lewis 
R. Chipman, C. L. San- 
derson. 
Card, Appendix Page 31. 

Landry & Cameron, R. W. 
E. Landry, J. J. Cam- 
eron. 

McKay, C. Curtis. 

McKay, Robert S. 



68 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY 

ONTARIO 



Note. — Though the Court of Appeal and High Court of Justice 
have now been amalgamated in the Supreme Court of Ontario, the 
titles of the various Officials of the fornier Courts have not been 
changed at time of going to press. 

SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO. 

APPELLATE DIVISION. 

Chief Justice of Ontario: 
Hon. Sir Wm. Raiph Meredith. 

Justices of Appellate Division: 

Hon. J. T. Garrow, Hon. J. J. Maclaren, Hon. James Magee, 

Hon. Prank E. Hodgins. 

Begistrar : 
N. F. Paterson, K.C. 

Asst. Begistrar, and Begistrar of Ontario Election Court: 
J. D. Gausby, K.C. 

Clerics : 
R. P. Killaly; W. D. Davidson. 

Usher and TAhrarian: 
Eli Oliver. 

HIGH COURT DIVISION. 

Chancellor of Ontario and President of the High Court Division: 
Hon. Sir John Alexander Boyd, K.C.M.G. 

Chief Justice of the Kinq^s Bench: 
Hon. Sir Glenholme Palconbridge. 

Chief Justice of the Common Pleas: 
Hon. Richard M. Meredith. 

Chief Justice of the Exchequer: 
Hon. Sir William Mulock, K.C.M.G. 

Justices of the High Court Division: 

Hon. B. M. Britton, Hon. J. V. Teetzel, Hon. R. C. Clute, Hon. W, 

R. Riddell, -Hon. P. R. Latchford, Hon. R. P. Sutherland. 

Hon..W. E. Middlaton, Hon. H. T. Kelly, Hon. 

Haughton I. Lennox, Hon. James Leitch. 

Senior Begistrar of the High Court Division: Clerk of Dominion Election 

Court : 
Geo. S. Holmested, K.C. 
' Begistrar and Cleric of Weelcly Court: 
Geo. M. Lee. 

Junior Begistrar: 

W. H. Best. 

Cleric: Cleric of N on- Jury Sittings: 

0. O. Strange. F. R. Roche. 

Marshal and Cleric of Assize: 

Geo. B. Nicol. 



ONTARIO. 69 

Central Office. 

Clerk of the Crown and Pleas: 
M. B. Jackson, K.C. 

Clerk of Becords and Writs: Judgment Clerk: 

E. Harley. D'Arcy Hinds. 

Clerks * 
P. W. Scott, Wm. MacTavish, ' E. W. Ralfe, M. B. Black, 

C. G. Spanner, Agnes Moore. 

Master-in-Ordinary of the Supreme Court: 
Geo. O. Alcorn, K.C. 
Chief Clerk and Accountant: Clerk: 

R. S. Neville, K.C. A. E. Bastedo. 

Stenographer: 

G. L. Crooks, 

Master-in-Chambers : 

J. A. C. Cameron. 

Clerk in Chambers: Assistant Clerk: Clerk: 

F. Arnoldi. C. Bell. A. B. G. Cull. 

Inspector and Referee of Titles: 
Geo. S. Holmested, K.C. 
Special Examiners: 
John Bruce, Toronto; W. D. Gwynne, Toronto; Geo. A. Boomer, 
Toronto; Pulford Arnoldi, Toronto; J. A. McDoug^ld, Corn- 
wall; Miss K. Sadleir, Hamilton; A. B. Klein, Walkerton; 
J. R. Cotter, Barrie; J. B. Walkem, K.C, Kingston; 
Miss E. Debbs, Goderich; T. M. Benson, Cobourg. 

Accountant of the Supreme Court of Judicature for Ontario: 

B. W. Murray. 

Assistant Accountant: 

Laurence Boyd. 

Clerks : 

Chas. Gilbert, P. E. Boyd, G. T. Leonard. 

Taxing Officers: 

J. H. Thom, R. S. Neville. 

Clerk of the Process: Referee under Drainage Laws: 

A. E. Trow. G. P. Henderson, K.C, Ottawa. 

Inspector of Legal Offices: 

J. W. Mallon, B.A., LL.B. 

Clerk : 
Wm. Porsyth Grant. 

Land Titles Office, County of York.- 

Master of Titles: 

J. G. Scott, K.C. 

Clerks : 

W. J. Lander, W. G. Yelland, A. W. Knight, E. Cassidy, W. P. Young. 

Deputy Master of Titles: 

Geo. H. Muirhead. 

Surrogate Office. 

The County Judges in all the Counties other than Ontario County 

are Judges of the Surrogate Court. 

Surrogate Clerk for Ontario: 

C. J. McCabe. 

Clerks: 

W. S. Anderson, P. B. Reade. 

For Registrars of the Surrogate Court, See County and Judicial 

Officers. 



ONTARIO. 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Parliament Buildings, 

Attorney-General: Deputy Attorney-General: 

Hon. J. J. Foy, E.G. J. K. Cartwright, K.C. 

Solicitor: Cleric of Executive Council: 

Edward Bayly, K.C. J. L. Capreol, K.C. 

LAW SOCIETY OF UPPER CANADA. 
Benchers — Ex-Offlcio : 
Hon. Charles Joseph Doherty, Minister of Justice and Attorney-General 

for Canada [SSrd November, 1911]. 
Hon. James Joseph Foy, K.C., Attorney- General for Ontario [30th May, 

1905] . 
Hon. Samuel Hume Blake, K.C, retired Vice-Chancellor [15th May, 

1881]. 
Hon. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, K.C.M.G., K.C, formerly Minister of 
Justice and Attorney-General for Canada [8th Feb., 1895, to 15th 
Jan., 1896]. 
Sir John Morison Gibson, K.CM.G., K.C, formerly Attorney- General 

for Ontario [eist Oct., 1899, to S6th Nov., 1904]. 
Hon. Sir James Pliny Whitney, KC, formerly Attorney- General for 

Ontario [11th Feb., 1905, to 30th May, 1905]. 
Hon. Sir Allen Bristol Aylesworth, K.CM.G., K.C, formerly minister 
of Justice and Attorney-General for Canada [4th June, 1906, to 10th 
Oct., 1911]. 
Hon. Featherston Osler, K.C, retired Judge Court of Appeal [18th April, 

1910]. 
Hon. James Maclennan, retired Judge of the Supreme Court of Canada, 
2 Geo. V, c. 26, s. 7 (2) [1st July, 191S]. 
Ex-Officio: Under Statute, 10 Edward VII., Cap. 76. 



John Hoskin, K.C, [10th June, 
1910]. 

George Fergusson Shepley, K.C, 
[9th February, 1911]. 

Donald Guthrie, K.C, [17th Feb- 
ruary 1911]. 

Alexander Bruce, K.C., [17th 
February, 1911]. 

Zebulon Aiton Lash, K.C, [17th 
February, 1911]. 



K.C, 



K.C., 



Charles Henry Eitchie, 
I17th February, 1911]. 

George Hughes Watson, 
[17th February, 1911]. 

Sir George Christie Gibbons, K.C, 

[12th April, 1911]. 
Alfred Henry Clarke, K.C., 

ll2th April, 1911]. 



Elected to hold office until the first day of Easter Term, 1916: 



E. D. Armour. ... ... .Toronto 

J. Bicknell ............ Toronto 

W. S. Brewster Brantford 

F. H. Chrysler. ......... Ottawa 

J. Cowan Sarnia 

A. E. H. Creswicke . .Barrie 

H. H Dew ART Toronto 

J. E. Farewell. Whitby 

S. G. McKay Woodstock 

F. W. HarcouRt . . Toronto 

I. F. Hellmuth ...... Toronto 

E. F. B. Johnston . . Toronto 

W. F. Kerr. Cobourg 

T. H. Lennox . . . . Aurora 

W. A. LoGiE .Hamilton 

Treasurer: 
Geo. F. Shepley, K.C 



M. H. Ludwig Toronto 

G. Lynch-Staunton .... Hamilton 
C A. Masten ............ Toronto 

C A. Moss Toronto 

W. H. McFadden . . Brampton 

W. H. Hearst . . . Sault Ste. Marie 

A. C. McMaster. Toronto 

W. D. McPherson . . . . Toronto 

W. Nesbitt Toronto 

W. B. NoRTHRUP. ... Belleville 

W. Proudfoot Goderich 

T. C Eobinette Toronto 

N. W. Eowell Toronto 

W. E. White .......... Pembroke 

M. Wilson. .Chatham 



Secretary: 
Edwin Bell. 



TAhrarian. 
(Vacant.) 



J 



CONVEYANCING TARIFF (TORONTO) 

Part I. 

COSTS OF SOLICITOR FOR PURCHASER OR MORTGAGEE 

(The following fees include tlie cost of preparing or revising the agreement 
for sale or mortgage; and all other usual services in investigating and certi- 
fying to the title and completing the transaction, hut do not include disburse- 
ments. These fees, however, are not applicable in special cases, where there 
are different chains of title, or where more than the usual services are rendered, 
or responsibility incurred.) 
Ijfct^^i^here the value of the property in question (inclusive of incum- 
^l^^^^ances), or the amount of the loan, is $1,000 or under.... 

W^^^^. minimum fee $10 00 

(iJr Where such value is between $1,000 and $3,000, 1 per cent, 
on value. 

(c) Where such value is between $3,000 and $20,000, $30 plus Vz 
of 1 per cent, on value above $3,000. 

(d) Where such value exceeds $20,000, $115 plus V4, of 1 per cent, 
on value above $20,000. 

COSTS OF SOLICITOR FOR THE VENDOR OR MORTGAGOR 

Half fees computed as above minimum fee 10 00 

IN LAND TITLE MATTERS 

Half fees computed as above, minimum fee 10 00 

COSTS OF PREPARING DEEDS, ETC. 

(e) For the preparation of a conveyance, and one counterpart, includ- 
ing attendances, where no other services are rendered, one-quarter 

fees, computed as above minimum fee 5 00 

And for each folio exceeding seven 1 00 

(f) For the preparation of a mortgage, and one counterpart, includ- 
ing attendances, where no other services are rendered, one-third 

fees, computed as above minimum fee 5 00 

And for each folio exceeding seven 1 OO 

(g) For the preparation and completion of a discharge of mortgage, 

under three folios, including one attendance on execution 2 50 

For each additional folio above three, or each additional attend- 
ance 50 

(h) For searches at Registry Office, in matters other than above, 

where no certificate of title is given, for each hour 4 00 

(j) Minimum fee for any search at Registry Office 2 00 

(k) Fee for preparation of necessary documents, other than deeds, in 
connection with completing transaction, 50 cents per folio ; 

minimum fee 1 00 

COSTS OF SOLICITOR FOR LESSOR 

(1) For the preparation of a lease (and one counterpart) in statutory 

form, where the term does not exceed seven years . . . minimum fee 5 00 
And where the annual rent exceeds $500, an additional $1 for each 
$100 (or fraction thereof) of such rent, between $500 and $1,000, 
and an additional 50 cents for each $100 (or fraction thereof) 
of such rent above $1,000. 
And where such lease contains special provisions, an additional $1 
for each folio exceeding seven folios. 

(m) All other leases, one-third fees, computed as in paragraphs (a), 
(b), (c) and (d), on the value of the demised premises 

minimum fee 10 00 

And an additional $1 for each folio exceeding seven. . 

COSTS OF SOLICITOR FOR LESSEE 

For revising and attending to completion of lease, half fees, computed 

as above minimum fee 5 00 

(n) Where the title to the demised premises is investigated, the fees 
of the Solicitor for the Lessee, including revision and completion 
of the lease, to be computed as in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and 

(d), on the value of the demised premises minimum fee 10 00 

Where the value of the demised premises is in question, it may be 
fixed by capitalizing the rent, if a rack rent, at 10 per cent., or 
if a ground rent, at 5 per cent. 

Part n. 

Cost of Solicitor in connection with incorporation and organization of Joint 
Stock Companies. 

(a) INCORPORATION. 

Advising, preparing petition, considering and drafting powers to be 
applied for, application to Department, and procuring Letters 

Patent, with necessary attendances minimum fee $50 00 

Where a company has a capital exceeding $50,000, this fee to be 
fixed at 1-10 of 1 per cent, on capitalisation. 

(b) ORGANIZATION. 

Preparing by-laws, attendances at and preparing minutes of provisional 
directors, shareholders' and directors' meetings, and preparation of 
contracts, special by_laws, etc., and other services incident to full 
organization, same fees as in (a) minimum fee 50 00 

(c) EXTRA PROVINCIAL COMPANIES. 

Obtaining license for extra provincial companies, same fee as in (a), 

based on amount of capital to be used in Ontario. . . .minimum fee 50 00 

(d) SUPPLEMENTARY LETTERS PATENT. 

Obtaining same, fees as in (a) minimum fee 50 00 

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ONTARIO. 



COUNTY AND JUDICIAL OFFICERS 



Inspector of Legal Offices 
J. W. MALLON, OsKoode Hall. Toronto 



Inspector of Registry Offices 
DONALD aUTHRie. K.C.. Ouelph 

ALGOMA. 

Sault Ste. Marie. 

Sheriff W, H. Carney 

Judge Fred'k Stone 

Local Master. .. . " 

Junior Judse . . . M. McFadden 

Crown Attorney . F. J. S. Martin 

Clerk of Peace. . . " 

Local Registrar. .0. V. Plummer 

Dist. Court Clerk " 

Surr. Reeistrar. . ** 

Reg. of Deeds . . . C. F. Farwell 

Local M. of Titles v. McNamara 

BRANT. 

Brantford. 

Sheriff W. W. Ross 

Judge A. D. Hardy 

Local Master. . . " 

Crown Attorney. A. J. Wilkes 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. J. T. Hewitt 
Co. Court Clerk . 
Surr. Registrar. '* 

Reg. of Deeds. . . A. Graham 

BRUCE. 

/ Walkerton. 

Sheriff D. M. Jermyn 

Judge. . .\ W. Barrett 

Junior Judge. . . A. B. Klein 

Local Master. , . " 

Crown Attorney. Thomas Dixon 

Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. Matthew Goetz 

Co, Court Clerk.. 

Surr. Regiptrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds. . .W. H. McFarlane 

CARLETON. 

Ottawa. 

Sheriff G. C. Richardsdn 

Judge D. B. MacTavish 

Junior .Judge. . . R. D. Gunn 
Local Ma^tpr. . . John Bishop 
Dep'y Registrar. " 

Local M. of Titles " 

Crown Attorney. J. A, Ritchie 
Clerk of Vpf^c^ . . " 

Dep. Clerk Cr'n. H. O. E. Pratt 
Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. Rps-iptrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . J. P. Fisher, 
Ottawa City; P. J. Coffey 

Co. Carleton 

DUFFERIN. 

Oranqeville. 

Sheriff H. Endacott 

Judge W. G. Fisher 

Local Master. .. , " 

Crown Attorney. W. J. L. McKay 

Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. J. A. V. Preston 

Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. Registrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds. . .D, J. Hunter 

ELGIN. 

St. Thomas. 

Sheriff D. McColl 

Judge C. W. Colter 



Clerk of the Surrogate Court 
C. J. McCABE, Osgoode Hall, 



IrmTOngi 



Junior .Tudge. . .C. O. Z. Ernraxinger 
Local Master. . .«C. P. Maxwell 
Crown Attorney. A. McCrimmon 
Clerk of Pence. . ** 

Local Registrar. David McLaws 
Co. Court Clerk.. " 

Surr, Reeistrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . J. H. Coyne 
Local M. of Titles " 

ESSEX. 

Sandwich 

p. O. Address of all except the 
Sheriff and Reg. of Deeds is 
Windsor. 

Sheriff J. E. D'Avignon 

Judge J. O. Dromgole 

Junior Judge. . . George Smith 
Local Master. . . Henry Clay 
Crown Attorney. J. H. Rodd 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. Francis Cleary 
Co. Court ri^rk. " 

Surr. Registrar. . " 

Reg. of Deedf. . .J. W. Askin 

FRONTENAC. 

Kingston. 

Sheriff Thomas Dawson 

Judge C. v. Price 

Local Master. . . J. B. Walkem 
Crown Attorney. J. L. Whiting 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. T. M. Asselstine 
Co. Court riork. 
Surr, Registrar. Miss H. Eraser 
Reg. of Deeds. . .W. J. Gibson 
Co Frontenac;T. P. Gildersleeve, 
Kingston City 

GREY. 

Owen Sound. 

Sheriff C. H. Moore 

Judge C. T. Sutherland 

Junior Judge. . .C. H. Widdifield 
Local Master. ... ** 

Crown Attorney. J. Armstrong 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Reffiptrnr. W. A. Bishop 
Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. Reeistrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . R. McKnight 
Owen Sound, N.R. 

M. Richardson 
Durham, S.R. 

HALDIIVIAND. 

Cayuga. 

Sheriff M. McConnell 

Judge G, B. Dougla* 

Local Master. . , " 

Crown Attorney. J. A. Murphy 

Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. J. C. Eccles 

Co. Court Clerk. 

Surr. Registrar. " 

Reg, of Deeds. . .P. R. Howard 

HALIBURTON. 

Minden. Annexpd to Vic- 
toria for Judicial pur- 
poses. 
Reg. of Deeds. . .E. C. Younj 



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HALTON. 

Milton. 

Sheriflf S. Webster 

Judge J. W. Elliott 

Local Master. ... '* 

Crown AtMiney W. I. Dick 

Clerk of Pen pp. " 

Local Bftgie+rnr. W. J. McClenahan 

Co. Co(«erk. 

Surr. Kefftstrar. '* 

Reg. of Deeds ... V. Chi sholm 

HASTINGS. 

Belleville. 

Sheriff M. B. Morrison 

Judge G. E. Deroche 

Junior Judge. . . E. B. Fraleck 
Local Ma.«tf'r. . . S. S. Lazier 
Dep'v Registrar. '* 

Crown Attorney. P. J. M. Anderson 
Clerk of Ppnof . . '* 

Dep. Clerk Cr'n . John Williams 
Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. Reeistrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . S Russell 
HURON. 
Goderlch. 

Sheriff R. O. Reynolds 

Judge B. L. Doyle 

Local Ma^trr . " 

Junior Judge. . . Philip Holt 

Crowu Attorney . C. Seager 

Clerk of P.' !u 

Local Registrar. D. McDonald 

Co. Court rirrk. 

Surr. Ree-iptrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds ... W. Coats 

KENORA. 

Kenora. 

Sheriff John W. Humble 

Judge T. W. Chappie 

Local Mastpr . . " 

Crown Annripy.J. F. MacGillivray 

Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Reeiptrnr. C. W. Chadwick 

Dist. Court Clerk " 

Surr. Registrar. . ** 

Reg. of Depd<- . R. E. Preston 

Local M. of Titles " 

KENT. 

Chatham. 

Sheriff J. R. Gemmill 

Judge Archibald Bell 

Junior Judge. . . J. L. Dnwlin 
Local Mastpr T. Scullard 
Crown Attorney. H. D. Smith 
Clerk of Peace. . ** 

Local Rpc-i'^^rT . James Holmes 
Co. Court Clerk.. " 

Snrr. R'eiptrai . . '* 

Reg. of Deeds . . P. D. McKellar 

LAMBTON. 

Sarnla. 

Sheriff rnmps Elintnft 

Judge D. P. MacWatt 

Local Master. . . " 

Junior Judge. .. A. E. Taylor 
Crown Attorney. J. P. Bucke 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Reeistrar. Alex. Saunders 
Co. Court Clork. " 

Surr. Registrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . A. McLean 

LAi^ARK. 

Perth. 

Sheriff D. G. MacMartin 

Judge W. S. Senkler 

Local Master. . . '* 

6 



Crown Attorney. E. G. Mailoch 

Clerk of Peace. . ** 

Local Registrar. W. P. McEwen 

Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. Registrar. ** 

Reg. of Deeds. . . P. C. McGregor 

•Almonte, N. R.:J. Armour, 

Perth, S. R. 

LEEDS AND GRENVILLE. 

Brockvllle. 

Sheriff I. A. McCammon 

Judge H. S. McDonald 

Junior Judge. . . E. J. Rpynolds 
Local Masters. . .H. S. McDonald 

E. J. Rpynolds 
Crown Attorney . M. M. Brown 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. O. K. Praser 
Co. Court Clerk. ** 

Surr. Registrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . W. H. Cole, 
Brockville; J. Hollingsworth, 
Prescott 



LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 

Napanee. 

Sheriff G. D. Hawley 

Judge J. H. Madden 

Local Master. . . S. S. Lazier 
Crown Attorney. H. M. Deroche 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Rpp-i-'^r-'r. W. P. Deroche 
Co. Court Clerk., " 
Surr. Registrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds. ..J. Reid 

LINCOLN. 

St. Catharines. 

Sheriff T. C. Dawson 

Judge R. B. Carman 

Local Master. . . " 

Crown Attorney. M. Brennan 

Clerk of Pence. . " 

Local Rpgistrar. Johnson Clench 

Co. Court Clprk. '* 

Surr. Rpsristrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . C. E. Fisher 

MANITOULIN. 

Gope Bay. 

Sheriff T. H Fell 

Judge C. E. Hewson 

Local Master. . . " 

Crown Attorney. W. F. McRae 
Clerk of Peacp. . " 

Local Rpe-istrnr. C. C. Piatt 
Dist. Court Clerk " 

Surr. Registrar.. " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . W. R. Abrey 
Local M. of Titles " 

MIDDLESEX. 

London. 

Sheriff D. M. Cameron 

Judge Talbot Macbeth 

Junior .Tudsre . . . Edward Elliott 

Local Master. . . E. Weld (Acting) 

T)pp'v Registrar. ** 

Crown Attorney. J. B. McKillop 

Clerk of Peace. . " 

Dep. Clerk Cr'n. Edmund Weld 

Co. Court Clerk.. " 

Surr. Rpgistrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . R. H. Dignan, 

London City; J. H. MarBhall 
N. R. & E. R.: R- Dunlop 

Glencoe, W. R. 



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COUNTY AND JUDICIAL OFFICIALS. 



MUSKOKA. 

Bracebridge. 

Sheriff D. E. Bastedo 

Judge.. A. A. Mahafify 

Local Master. . . " 

Crown Attorney . Thomas Johnson 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar . Isaac Huber 
Dist. Court Clerk " 

Surr. Registrar, . " 

Reg. of Deeds ... J. E. Lount 
Local M. of Titles " 

NIPISSING. 

North Bay. 

Sheriff . H. C. Varin 

Judge J. A. Valin 

Local Master. . . " 

Junior Judge. . . H, D. Leask 
Crown Attorney. T. E. McKee 
Clerkof Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. T. J. Bourke 
Dist. Court Clerk •• 

Surr. Reeistrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . J. M. Deacon 
Local M. of Titles " 

NORFOLK. 

Simcoe. 

Sheriff f. S. Snider 

Judge James Robb 

Local Master ... '• 

Crown Attorney. T. R. Slaght 

Clerk of Peace . . " 

Local Registrar. 0. C. Rapelje 

Co. Court Clerk. . " 

Surr. Registrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . W. E. Tisdale 

NORTHUMBERLAND AND 
DURHAM. 

Cobourg. 

Sheriff D. J. Nesbitt 

Judge T.M.Benson 

Junior Judge . . . G. M. Roger 
Local Master. . . " 

Crown Attorney. W. F. Kerr 
Clerk of Peace. . •• 

Local' Regi^rra^. John T. Field 
Co. Court Clerk. , " 

Surr. Registrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . F. W. Field 

Cobourg, W. R.; H. Elliott 
Port Hope, E. R. ; S. Pollard 
Bowmanville, W. R.: A G 
Willoughby, Colborne, E. R. 

ONTARIO. 

Whitby. 

Sheriff j. f. Paxton 

Judge T. A. McGillivray 

Junior Judee . . . D. J. Mclntyre 

Surrogate Judge .Q. Y. Smith 

Local Master. . . *• 

Crown Attorney . J. E. Farewell 

Clerk of Peace . " 

Local Registrar. H. Bascom 

Co. Court rirrk . . " 

Surr. Registrar. " 

Reg. of Derd- . .O. W. Dryden 

Local M. of TitlesT. A. McGillivray 

OXFORD. 

Woodstock. 

Sheriff Wm. McGhee 

Judge Alex. Finkle 

Local Ma stpr . W. T. McMullen 
Dep'y Registrar. " 

Crown Attorney. R. N. Ball 
Clerk of Peact . . P. R. Ball 
Dep. Clerk Cr'n . James Canfield 
Co. Court n<-rk. •' 

Surr. Registrar. . " 
Reg. of Deeds - . . G, R. Pattullo 



PARRY SOUND. 

Parry Sound. 

Sheriff S, Armm strong 

Judge Patrick McCurry 

Local Master. . . ** 

Local M. of Titles '* 

Crown Attorney. W. L. Haight 
Clerk of Peace . . " 

Local Registrar. E. JordaAi^ 
Dist. Court Clerk " 

Surr. Registrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds. . .C. Gillespie 
PEEL. 
Brampton. 

Sheriff N. Henderson 

Judge Duncan McGibbon 

Local Master. . . 

Crown Attorney. W. H. McFadden 
Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local Registrar. J. B. Dixon 
Co. Court Clerk.. " 

Surr. Registrar. '* 

Reg. of Deeds . . . S. Charters 
PERTH. 
Stratford. 

Sheriff Thomas Magwood 

Judge J. A. Barron 

Local Master. ... " 

Crown Attorney . 6. G. McPherson 
Clerk of Peace, . •• 

Local Registrar. E. Sydney Smith 
Co. Court Clerk. " 

Surr. Registrar. •• 

Rep. of Deeds. . . J. Steele, N.R. 
H. F. Sharp. . St. Mary's. S.R. 

PETERBOROUGH. 

Peterborough. 

Sheriff James A. Hall 

Judge E. C. S. Huycke 

Local Master. .. . •• 

Crown Attorney. R. E. Wood 

Clerk of Peace, , " 

Local Registrar. Geo. J. Sherry 

Co. Court Clerk. " 

Surr. Registrar. *• 

Rpe. of Deeds. . . B. Morrow 

PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL. 

L'Oplgnal. 

Sheriff Albert Hagar 

Judge A. Constantineau 

Local Master. . . '• 

Junior Judge. . . A. Johnston 
Crown Attorney. John Maxwell 
Clerk of Peace. . 

Local Reeistrar. Joseph Belanger 
Co. Court Clerk.. 
Surr, Registrar. " 

Reg, of Deeds . , . F. W. Thistlethwalte 
Prescott; W. H, Lowrie, ^uaieU 
PRINCE EDWARD. . 
Picton. 

Sheriff James Gibson 

Judge Duncan Morrison 

Local Master. . , •* 

Crown Attorney . R. H. Hubbs 
Clerk of Peace. . ** 

Local Registrar. N. Gilbert 
Co, Court Clerk , *' 

Surr. Rpffistrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . W. Mackenxie 

RAINY RIVER. 

Fort Frances. 

Sheriff W. A. Baker 

Judge C. R, Fitch 

Local Master. . . " 

Crown Attorney . A. D. George 
Clerk of Pcsice. . " 

Local Registrar. W. H. Elliott 
Dist, Court Clerk " 

Surr. Registrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . W. J. Keating 
Local M. of Titles " 



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75 



RENFREW. 

Pembroke. 

Sheriff Alex. Morris 

Judge (Vacant) 

Local Master. . . '* 

Junior Judgre. . . A. A. Fisher 
Crown Attorney. J. H. Burritt 
Clerk of Peace. . '* 

Local Reeii^^rir. H. W. Perrett 
Co. Court Clerk. . " 
Surr. Reeiptrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . R. A. Camphell 
SIMCOE. 
Bappie. 

Sheriff W. McL. Harvey 

Judpe G. M. Vance 

Junior Tudere. . . E. A. Wisraer 
Local Master. . . .J. R. Cotter 
Crown Attorney. " 

Clerk of Peace. . " 

Local RegriPtrar. John McCosh 
Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. T7on-ictrar. E. A. T.iHif. 
Reg. of Deeds. . . J. P. Palling 
STORMONT, DUNDAS AND 
GLENGARRY. 
Cornwall. 

Sheriff W. R. Mack 

Judge J. R. O'Reiliy 

Local Master. ... " 

Junior Judge. . . James W. Liddell 

Crown Attorney. James DingwaU 

Clerk of P-.,- 

Local Registrar. J. A. McDougald 

Co. Court Clerk . 

Surr Registrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds ... J. C. Alsruire, 

CornwaU. for Stormont; R. J. Dillon 

Morrisburg, for Dundas* J. Simpson 

Alexandria, for niengarry. 

SUDBURY. 

Sudbupy. 

Sheriff Alex. Irving 

Judge J. J. Kehoe 

Local Master. . . " 

Crown Attorney. R. R. McKessock, 

K.C. 
Clerk of Peace . . " 

Local Registrar. John D. Shipley 
Dist. Court Clerk " 

Surr. Rps-istrar. '* 

Reg. of Deeds . . . S. Fournier 
Local M. of Titlpf! 

TEMISKAMING. 

Halleybupy. 

Sheriff r^eo. Caldbick 

Judge Henry Hartman 

Local Master. . . . " 

Crown A«^torney.F. L. Smiley 
Clerk of Peace . . " 

Local Registrar. T. J. Meagher 
Di St. Court Clerk. 
Surr. Registrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds. .Wm. Lewis 
Local M. of Titles " 

THUNDER BAY. 
Popt Apthup. 

Sheriff A. W. Thompson 

Judee Hugh O'Leary 

Local Mastpr. . . " 

Junior .Judee. . . John McKay 

Crown Attorney . W. P. Langworthy 

Clerk of Poaee. . '* 

Local Registrar. T. S. T. SmelVie 

Dist. Court riprk " 

Surr. Registrar. . " 

Reg. of Deeds. . . J. M. Munro 

Local M. of Titles 

VICTORIA. 
Llnris'iv. 

Sheriff John McLennan 

Judge J. E. Harding 



Junior Judge . . . H. J. McMillan 
Loc.tI Master. . . J. E. Harding 
Surrogate Judge H. McMillan 
Crown Attorney. A. P. Devlin 
Clerk of Peace. 

Local Registrar. J. H. Sootheraa 
Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. Reeistrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds. ..CD. Barr 
WATERLOO. 
Beplln. 

Sheriff H. G. Lackner 

Judge D. Chisholm 

Junior Judge... W. M. Rpnde 
Local Master. . . J. J. A. Weir 
Crown Attorney. W. H. Bowlby 
Clerk of Ppace. . " 

Local Registrar. E. J. Beanmont 
Co. Court Clerk.. 
Surr. Reeistrar. James M. Scully 
Reg. of Deeds. . . J. D. Moore 
WELLAND. 
Welland. 

Sheriff James Smith 

Judge L. B. C. Living- 
stone 
Loorfl Ma ster . . " 

Junior Judge . . .G. H. Pettit 
Crown Attorney. T. D. Cowper 
Clerk of Peace. " 

Local Registrar. J. E. Cohoe 
Co. Court Clerk. " 

Surr. Reeistrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds ... J. C. Crow 

WELLINGTON. 

Guelph. 

Sheriff A. S. Allan 

Judge A. 0. Chadwick 

Juninr .Tudee. . . Jos. Jamieson 

Local Master. . . Wm. H. Kingston 

Local Registrar. *' 

Crown Attorney. A. H. Macdonald 

Clerk of Peace. . " 

Co. Court Clerk . Wm. Carroll 

Surr. Reeistrar. " 

Reg. of Dppds . . . H. Hortot) 

Gnelph S.R. & O.K.; J. Tucker, 
Arthur, N. R. 

WENTWORTH. 

Hamilton. 

Sheriff J. T. Middleton 

Judges Collin G. Snider 

John P. Monck 
liocal M3ster. . . " 

Crown Attorney. S. P. Washington 
Clprk of Ppace. . " 

Dep. Registrar. .T. H. A. Begue 
Dpp riprk rr'n. " 

Co. Court Clerk . " 

Surr. Rpeistrar. " 

Reg. of Deeds . . . R. K. Hope 

YORK. 

Toponto. 

Sheriff AIpx. McCowan 

Judge John Winchester 

Junior Judges. . P. M. Morson 
J. H. Denton 

Crown Attorney. R. H. Greer 
Cl°rk of Vp»c9. . H. E. Irwin 
Co. Court Clerk. J. Richardson 
Surr. Registrar. A. F. Wnllis 
Reg. of -Dpct^^ W. J. Hill 
ToTontoE.&W.R. '* 

Newmarket N. R. : J. D. McKay 
Master of Titles. J. G. Scott, K.O. 

TORONTO. 

Sheriff Fred'k Mowat 

Crown Attorney. J. W. S. Corley 
Reg. of Dppds . . . R. H. Bowes 
W. Toronto; P. Ryan, 

E. Toronto 



76 INTESTACY. 



The Law of Intestate Succession in Ontario 



The law of intestate succession is governed by R.S.O., Chapter 
127, Sections 22 to 58, both inclusive, and 10 Edward VII., Chap- 
ter 56. 

By these Acts all real and personal property vested in any per- 
son without the right of survivorship in any other person, devolves 
at his death and becomes vested in his personal representative from 
time to time as trustee for the persons by law beneficially entitled, 
and subject to the payment of debts or some prior effectual dis- 
position, the property is administered and distributed in like man- 
ner as personal property is disposed of. 

Nothing in these Acts takes away a widow's right to dower; but 
a widow may by deed or instrument in writing, attested by at least 
one witness elect to take her interest in her husband's undisposed 
of real property in lieu of all claim to dower in respect of the real 
property of which her husband was at any time seized, or to which, 
at the time of his death, he was beneficially entitled; and unless she 
so elects she shall not be entitled to share in the undisposed-of 
real property. The personal representative of the deceased may by 
a notice in writing require her to make her election, and if she 
fails to execute and deliver .a deed or instrument of election to him 
within six months after service of notice she shall be deemed to 
have elected to take her dower. 

A husband, who, if these Acts had not been passed, would be 
entitled to an interest as tenant by the curtesy in real property of 
his wife, may by deed or instrument in writing executed, and 
attested by at least one witness and delivered to the personal repre- 
sentative, if any, or if there is none, deposited in the office of the 
Surrogate Clerk at Toronto within six months after his wife's death 
elect to take such interest in the real and personal property of his 
wife as he would have taken had these Acts not been passed, in 
which case the husband's interest therein shall be ascertained in 
all respects as if these acts had not been passed, and he shall be 
entitled to no further interest thereunder. 

TABLE SHOWING DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF PROP- 
ERTY, REAL AND PERSONAL OF INTESTATES 
IN ONTARIO. 

I. AN UNMARRIED MAN OR WOMAN. 

The property, both real and personal, descends as follows: — 

(a) To father, mother, brothers and sisters, in eQual portions. 

(b) Children of a deceased brother or sister tai^e the share 
which the deceased parent would have taken if living. 

(c) If no father, mother, brother or sister, then to the next of 
kin in equal degree. 

II. A WIDOW OR WIDOWER AVITH ISSUE. 

(a) If he or she leaves only one child everything goes to that 
child. 

(b) If he or she leaves more than one child, then the estate is 
divided equally between such children, and in case there be a 
child or children of a deceased child or children, such child or 



ONTARIO. 77 

children of a deceased child or children will take in equal portions 
the share which the deceased parent would have taken if living. 

(c) If he or she leaves no children living, but there are children 
of any deceased child or children, the issue of the respective 
deceased child or children will take among them in equal portions 
the share which would have gone to their parent if living. 

Til. A MARRIED MAN WITHOUT ISSUE. 

(a) Where the net value of real and personal estate does not 
exceed $1,000, it goes to his widow absolutely and exclusively. 

(b) Where the net value of the real and personal estate exceeds 
$1,000, the widow is entitled to $1,000 part thereof absolutely and 
exclusively, and has a charge thereon for such sum at the rate of 
4 per cent, per annum from date of death until payment, and she 
is also entitled to one half of the residue left after deducting the 
said $1,000 and interest, absolutely and exclusively; and the rest 
goes to next of kin in equal degree to the intestate; provided, how- 
ever, that the widow, may elect whether she will take dower or a 
distributive share in her husband's real estate. 

IV. A MARRIED WOMAN WITHOUT ISSUE. 

One-half of the real and personal estate belongs to her husband 
absolutely, and the residue will descend according to rules in Divi- 
sion I. The husband, however, may elect to take his curtesy in his 
wife's real estate instead of his distributive share thereof. 

V. A MARRIED MAN WITH ISSUE. 

One-third of his real and personal estate will go to his widow 
absolutely, and the residue will go to his child, if only one; if 
more than one, in equal portions amongst his children, and such 
persons as legally represent such children. Provided, however, 
that his widow may elect to take her dower instead of a distribu- 
tive share in her husband's estate. 

VI. A MARRIED WOMAN WITH ISSUE. 

Same as descent of property of a married man with issue, 
except that the proviso is that the husband may elect to take his 
curtesy instead of a distributive share of the real and personal 
estate of the intestate. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

The principle of Representation is carried throughout the whole 
line of direct issue. For instance, if a parent be dead, then the 
child or children take the share that would have fallen to the 
parent. 

If a person die leaving no will and leaving no widow or widower 
and no kindred the estate escheats to the Crown. 

The debts of a deceased person take priority over everything 
and must be paid out of the estate before the heirs can participate. 
Kindred of the half blood inherit equally with those of the whole 
blood in same degree. 

Posthumous children have the same rights as other children in 
the distribution of intestates' estates. 

An illegitimate child or relative shall not share under any pro- 
vision? of these Acts, and a person born out of matrimony shall not 
become legitimate by subsequent marriage of his parents. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 

For alphabetical list of Towns with Barristers, or with reference 
to nearest Town with resident Barrister, see page 87. 



CITY OF TORONTO, 
County York. 

'Note: Number before name is key to agency system, see page 87. 



^ S' Adams, A. A., Canada 
■ ' Life Bldg. 

7 Anderson A McMatter, 
1699 Dundas St. & 225 
Mavety St. A. J. Ander- 
son, W. A. McMaster, 
W. H. Bourdon. 
9 Armour & Mickle, Con- 
fed. Life Bldg. E. 
Douglas Armour, K.C., 
Henry W. Mlckle, A. 
D. Armour. 
12 Armstrong, A. Bosworth, 

77 Victoria St. 
15 ArmttPong, 8. A., Asst. 
Prov. Secy., Parliament 
Bldgs. 
18 Arnoldi & Grlerson, 103 
Bay St. Frank Arnoldi, 
K.G., D. D. Grlerson. 
21 Arnott, S. J., 15 Toronto 

St. 

24 Aylesworth, Wright, 

Moss d Thompson, 

Traders Bank Bldg. 

Sir A. B. Aylesworth, 

K.G., H. J. Wright, J. 

H. Moss, K.G., G. A. 

Moss, J. A. Thompson, 

F. Aylesworth, E. R. 

Lynch, A. M. Garden. 

28 Balfour & Parker, 157 

Bay St. Gordon B. 

Balfour, James Parker. 

Card, Appendix Page 44. 

30 Barton, T. Herbert, 

Standard Bank Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 44. 

33 Bartram & Wadsworth, 
Bank of Toronto Bldg. 
J. B. Bartram, W. R. 
Wadsworth. 

86 Bayly, Edward, K.C., Soli- 
citor to Atty.-Generars 
Dept. 

39 Beaton, A. H., Tanner- 
Gates Bldg. 

42 Beatty, Blackstock, Fas- 
ken, Cowan A Chad- 
wick, Wellington & 
Church Streets. E. M. 
Ghadwick, K.G., David 



Fasken, K.G., M. K. 
Cowan, K.G., Harper 
Armstrong, Alex. Fask- 
en, Hugh E. Rose, K.G., 
'G. H. Sedgewick, Jas. 
Aitchison. 
Card, Appendix Page 44. 

45 Beaty, Snow A Nasmlth, 
4 Wellington St. e. A. 
J. Russell Snow, K.C., 
C. B. Nasmlth. — 

Card, Appendix Page 44. 

48 Beaumont, R. B., 24 
Adelaide St. e. 

51 Beck, H. T., Gonfed. Life 
Bldg. 

57 Bell, George, K.C., 4 Wel- 
lington St. e. 

58 Bethune, H. W., Gonfed. 
Life Bldg. 

60 Bickford, E. H., 18 Tor- 
onto St. 

63 Bicknell, Bain, Macdonell 
& Gorden, Liimsden 
Bldg. James Bicknell, 
K.G., Alfred Bicknell, 
J. W. Bain, K.G., A. 
McLean Macdonell, 
K.G., M. L. Gordon, H. 
G. Fowler, H. E. Mc- 
Kitrick. D. A. MacRae. 

66 BIggar A Burton, 18 Tor- 
onto St. George F. 
Burton. 

69 BIgqs A Biggs, Gonfed. 

Life Bldg. R. A. Biggs. 

70 Biaqs, S. P., 9 Toronto 

St. 

71 Bissett & Peine, 28 Tor- 

onto St. John D. Bis- 
sett, T. H. Peine. 
Gounsel: Gharles J. 
Holman, .K.G., LL.D. 
Blackstock, Gait A Good- 
erham, Gooderham 

Bldg. Geo. Tate 

Blackstock. K.G., 

Thomas Percy Gait, 
K.G., M. Ross Gooder- 
ham, George E. Mc- 
Gann, Arthur E. Lang- 
man. 
Card, Appendix Page 45. 



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79 



TORONTO 

72 Blake, Lash, Anglln A 

Catsela, Canadian Bank 
of Commerce Bldg. S. 
H. Blake, K.G., Z. A. 
Lash, K.G., W. H. 
Blake, K.G., A. W. 
Anglin, K.C., Walter 
Gow, Miller Lash, Glyn 
Osier, R. G. H. Gassels, 
M. C. Cameron, Geo. 
H. Gassels, J. P. Lash, 
S. G. Growell. 
Card, Appendix Page 45. 

73 Bond, Aubrey A., Con- 

fed. Life Bldg. 

75 Boomer, Geo. A., 15 Tor- 
onto St. 

78 Boswell, A. R., K.G., Par- 
liament Bldffs. 

81 Boulton, G. R., 18 Tor- 
onto St. 

87 Bowes, R. H. (Reg. West 
Toronto.) 

90 Briggs & Frost, 33 Rich- 
mond St. W. Alfp-^.J 
W. Briggs, K.G., Har- 
old R. Frost, LL.B., 
H. E. Grosch, E. M. 
Dillon. 
Card, Appendix Page 45. 

93 Bristol A Armojr, 43 

King St. W. Edmund 

Bristol, K.G., M.P., 

Eric N. Armour. — 

Card, Appendix Page 45. 

94 H Brooke, G. H. C, 346 
Jarvis St. 

95 Brown, Edward B., K.G., 
37 Yonge St. 

99 Brown, Merritt A., 17 

Chestnut St. 
100 Browning, Archibald & 
French, Lumsden Bldg. 

A. G. Browing, K.C., 
G. A. Archibald, G. G. 
French. 

Card, Appendix Page 45. 

102 Bruce, Alex., K.C., Can- 
ada Life Bldg. 

105 Bruce, J., (Snecial 

Examiner), City HalL 

111 Bull, W. P., K.G., (Hol- 
liss & Wilson). 

113 Burk, Arthur W., 28 Tor- 

onto St. 

114 Burns, S. W. 8 Queen 

St. e. 
117 Cameron & Crooks, Man- 
ning Arcade. Alfred 

B. Cameron, Alex. D. 
Crooks. 

119 Cameron, D. A., 3 Dan- 

forth Ave. 

120 Cameron, D. O., 32 Ade- 

laide St. e. 
123 Canlff, H. T., Manning 

Arcade. 
126 Capreol, J. L.. K.C., Atty.- 

General's Dept. 



— Continued. 

129 Carey, F. W., 59 Victoria 

Street 
132 Cartwrlg'ht, J. R., K.C., 

DfipiiLy Attv. -General, 
Parliament Bldgs. 
135 Gassels, Brock, Kelley A 
Falconbrldge, 85 Bay 
St. Hamilton Gassels, 
K.C., R. S. Gassels, 
K.G., Henry Brock, 
Geo. M. Kelley, John 
D. Falconbridge. — 
Card, Appendix Page 45. 

138 Gassels & Defrles. 15 
Toronto St. Robert L. 
Defries, G. G. Paulin. 

141 Gavell & Cavell, 43 Ade- 
laide St. e. W. R. and 
J. H. Cavell. 

144 Church, Thos. L., City 
HalL 

147 Clark, W. J., 16 King 
St. w. 

150 Clark (W. Mortimer) 
K.G., LL.D. Gray & 
Baird, Gonfed. Life 
Bldg. Sir Wm. Morti- 
mer Clark, K.G., Frank 
M. Gray, W. A. Baird. 

153 Clark. WcPherson, Camp- 
bell & Jarvis, 902 
Kent Bldg. John M. 
Clark, K.C., Geo. C. 
Campbell, R. U. Mc- 
Pherson, Fred. G. Jar- 
vis. — 
Card, Appendix Page 46. 

156 Clarke & Swabey, Mall 
Bldg. J. B. Clarke, 
KG., C. Swabey, M. G. 
McLean. 

162 Coatsworth, Richardson 
A Coatsworth, 157 Bay 
St. Emerson Coats- 
worth, K.G.. J. T. 
Richardson, LL.B., E. 
T. Coatsworth. LL.B. 

165 Cochrane A Shaver, 16 
King St. w. Alex. 

R. Cochrane, LL.B., 
Gordon N. Shaver. — 

168 Code, James R., 1 Ade- 
laide St. e. 

169 Coe, John W., 32 Ade- 
laide St. e. 

170 Cohen A Sugarman, 
Home Life Bldg. 
Abraham Cohen, E. R. 
Sugarman. 

Card, Appendix Page 46. 

171 Cohen, Arthur, 414 Spa- 
dina Ave. 

174 Colquhoun, C. WI., City 

Hall. 
176 Cook A Gllchrlct, Gonfed. 

Life Bldg. Wm. Cook, 

J. Gilchrist, A. C. 

Craig. 



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TORONTO 

177 Cook 8c Mitchell, 184 

Bay St. J. E. Cook, 
' John Mitchell. 
180 Cooke, H. J. D., Confed. 

Life Bldg. 
381 Cooke, J. H., Standard 

Bank Bldg. 

183 Copley, Wllkle 8c Duff, 

157 Bay St. J. W. 
Seymour Gorley, K.G. 
(City Crown Atty.), 
George Wilkie, J. M. 
Duff. — 

184 Creighton J., 18 Toronto 

St. 

186 Cromble, Worrell 8c 
Gwynne, 76 Adelaide 
St. w. John A. Wor- 
rell, K.G., W. D. 
Gwynne (Special Ex- 
aminer). 

189 Crowther, James, 166 
Bay St. 

192 Curry, O'Connor, Wal- 

lace 8c Macdonald, 
Grown Life Bldg. 
James Walter Gurry, 
K.G., Thos. J. W. 
O'Connor, E. E. Wal- 
lace, Hugh C. Mac- 
donald. 
Card, Appendix Page 46. 

193 Davidson, N. F., K.G., 24 

Adelaide e. 

195 Davis, Bidwell N., 157 

Bay St. 

196 Da\is & Mehr, Union 

Bank Bldg. L. Davis, 
S. M. Mehr. 
198 Day, Ferguson 8t O'SullI- 
van, Tanner-Gates 

Bldg. James E. Day, 
John M. Ferguson, 
James M. Adam, S. G. 
Arrell. — 
Card, Appendix Page 46. 

201 Delamere, Reesor 8t Ross, 

18 Toronto St. H. A. 
Reesor, G. G. Ross. 

204 Denlson, Geo. T., Jr., 

Continental Life Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 46. 

205 Denlson & Foster, Kent 

Bldg. Shirley Denl- 
son, K.G., H. W. A. 
Foster. 

206 Denison, W. W., 49 

King St. w. 

207 Denovan, A. M., 18 Tor- 

onto St. 
210 Denovan, Joshua, Home 

Life Bldg. 
213 Denton, Grover & Field, 

20 King Street East. 

Frank Denton, K.G., 

John L Grover, W. G. 

Davidson. 
Card, Appendix Page 46. 



— Continued. 

216 Dewart, Maw 8c Hodgson, 
Home Life Bldg. H. 
Hartley Dewart, K.G., 
Henry W. Maw, G. S. 
Hodgson, Norman S. 
Macdonell. 

219 Dockray, Thomas D., 
Grown Life Bldg. 

220 Donahue, J. M. 

221 Douglas 8c Gibson, Din- 
een Bldg. William 
Douglas, K. J. Gibson. 

225 Douglas, John, 1275 

Queen St. w. 
228 Douglas & Clipsham, 

Home Life Bldg. Wm. 

M. Douglas, K.C., W. 

H. Clipsham. 
241 Drayton, P. H., K.C., 18 

King St. w. 
243 Du Vernet, Raymond, 

Ross & Ardagh, temple 

Bldg. E. E. A. Du 

Vernet, K.G., W. B. 

Raymond, D. G. Ross, 

B. H. Ardagh. 
247 Dymond, A. M., K.C., Law 

Clerk of the House, 

Parliament Bldgs. 
249 East, H. M. ,166 Bay St. 

252 Eastwood, John P., 154 
Bay St. 

253 Eddis, F. A., City Hall. 
255 Edgar, James F., 59 

Yonge St. 

257 Edmunds, F. B., 1758 
Dundas St. 

258 Elliott, Charles, 59 Vic- 
toria St. 

261 Elliott 8c Hume, Kent 
Bldg. W. J. Elliott, 
R. D. Hume. 

264 Essery, Basil W., City 
Hall. 

265 Evans-Lewis, Chas., 
Lumsden Bldg. 

267 Falrty, Irving, S., City 
Hall. 

273 Fetherstonhaugh, Fred. 
B,, K.C., Royal Bank 
Bldg. 
FitzGerald, S., 42 Vaugh- 

an Rd. 
Foley, F. J., Kent Bldg. 

277 Ford, W. H., Temple 
Bldg. 

283 Foy, Knox 8t Monahan, 
157 Bay St. Hon. J. 
J. Foy, K.G. (Atty. 
Gen. for Ont.) A. E. 
Knox, T. Louis Mona- 
han, E. L. Middleton. 

285 Francis 8c Wardop, 15 
Toronto St. A. W. 
Francis, K.C., R. War- 
drop, R. H. Paterson. 

288 Fraser, R. L., 15 Toronto- 
St. 

290 Freeman 8c Woss, 157 
Bay St. G. E. H. Free- 
man, T. Moss. 



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TORONTO — Continued. 
291 Fullepton & Crawford, 361 

Crown Life Bldg. 
James S. Fullerton, 364 

K.C, J. P. Crawford, 
B.C.L., M.A. 365 

Card, Appendix Page 46. 

294 Gallgahep, Ziba, 59 Vic- 
toria St. 

297 Gamble, C. & H. D., 28 
Scott St. H. D. Gam- 
ble. K.C. 

300 Gardner, G. M., Man- 
ning Chambers. 

303 Gash, Norman B., K.C, 367 

43 Victoria St. 

306 Geary, G. R., K.C. (Cor- 
poration Counsel). 

309 Gibson, Goodwin, 44 Ade- 368 

laide St. w. 

311 Gibson, Thos., Traders 370 

Bank Bldg. 

315 Gibson, T. A., 43 Adelaide 373 

St. e. 

316 Glllis, Ed., Confed. Life 

Bldg. 
318 Goodman & Galbraith, 

Lumsden Bldg. A. K. 

Goodman, D. G. M. 

Galbraith. 
321 Gordon, V^. H. L., Church 374 

& Adelaide Sts. 
324 Gray & Gray, Lumsden 376 

Bldg. G. H. Gray, J. J. 

Gray. 380 

327 Greene, C. H., 77 Victoria 

St. 382 

330 Gregory & Gooderham, 

Canada Life Bldg. W. 

D. Gregory, H. F. 383 

Goodprham, Henry 

Howitt. 
333 Grote, G. W., K.C. 
337 Hall, Payne & Macbeth, 385 

4 57 Bay St. W. Car- 

leill Hall, LL.B., J. 388 

W^ebber Payne, J. C. 

M. Macbeth. 389 

340 Hall, Wm. Myddleton, 

Confed. Life Bldg. 
343 Harman, G. F., K.C, 18 390 

Toronto St. 
349 Hassard. A. R,, Confed. 392 

Life Bldg. 
352 Haverson. James, K.C, 28 395 

V^^ellinarton St. e. 

355 Hearn, E. J.. K.C, Can- 398 

ada Life Bldg. 

356 Heiqhington, M^cklem & 399 

Shav*>p, 59 Victoria St. 
Angus C Hei^rhington, 400 

H. C Macklem, Geo. 
H. Shaver. 401 

Card. Appendix Paae 47. 
358 HellmutH, Cattanach A 403 

W'^pAdith, tlO'^ CP.R. 
BM£^. L P. Hpiirniith, 406 

K.C, E. C Cattanach, 
John R. Meredith. 



Henderson, Chas., 15 
Toronto St. 

Henderson, E., 24 Ade- 
laide St. e. 

Henderson & McGuire, 
Home Life Bldg. 
David Henderson, W. 
H. McGuire, G. F. 
Rooney. 

Henderson & Ross, 412 
Manning Chambers. 
William A. Henderson, 
Austin G. Ross. 

Henderson & Small, 24 
Adelaide St. e. J. T. 
Small, K.C, J. W. 
Carrick. 

Herzlich, Carl M., 407 
Manning Chambers. 

Heward, G. C, 76 Ade- 
laide St. w 

Heyd, Heyd & McLapty, 
Tanner-Gates Bldg. 
26 Adelaide St. w. 
Louis F. Heyd, K.C, 
Norman G. Heyd, W. 
J. McLarty, B.A., E. C 
Ironside. 
Card, Appendix Page 47. 

Hislop, T., 43 Victoria 
St. 

Hodges, W. H., 2 Tor- 
onto St. 

Hoffman, J. H., 394 Ron- 
cpsvalles Ave. 

Holden & Gpovep, 85 Bay 
St. John B. Holden, 
George A. Grover. 

Holliss & Wilson, Temple 
Bldg. J. Fred Holliss, 
T. H. Wilson. 
Card, Appendix Page 47. 

Holman, Charles J., K.C. 
(See Bissett & Peine.) 

Holmes, G. W., 18 King 
St. w. 

Holmes & Holmes, Man- 
ning Chbrs. R. H. 
Holmes. 

Honevford, Richard, Kent 
Bldg. 

Hood, G. W. P, 1672 
Dundas St. 

Hopsack, D. C, Kent 
Bldg. 

Hubbapd, J. J., 16 King 
St. w. 

Hughes, F. J., City Hall. 
(Asst. City Crn. Atty.) 

Hunf^p, John H., Canada 
Life Bldg. 

Hunter, H. F., 24 King 
St. w. 

Hunter, R. G., 37 Yonge 
St. 

Hunter <^ Dpacnn. 2 Tor- 
onto St. Lincoln Hun- 
ter, G. P. Deacon. 



82 



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TORONTO — Continued. 
409 Hunter & Hunter, Temple 
Bidg. W. H. Hunter, 
B.A., A. T. Hunter, 
LL.B.— 

Card, Appendix Page 47. 
415 Jackes A Jackes, 28 Tor- 
onto St. C. B. Jackes, 
E. H. Jackes. 
Jameson, D. W., 10 Ter- 
auley St. 
418 Jennings & Clute, Trad- 
ers Bank Bldg. A. R. 
Glute, John Jennings. 

420 Johns, F. V., Prov. Sec. 

Dept., Parliament 

Bldgs. 

421 Johnston, McKay, Dods 

A Grant, Traders Bank 
Bldg. E. F. B. John- 
ston, K.C., Robert Mc- 
Kay, K.G., Andrew 
' Dods, Gideon Grant, 
D. Inglis Grant, Mervil 
MacDonald. 
Card, Appendix Page 48. 

424 Johnston, Wm., Gity Soli- 
citor, City Hall. 

427 Jones, Charles G., Par- 
liament Bldgs. (Solici- 
tor to Asylums Dept.) 

430 Jones, Frederick C. L., 
18 Toronto St. 

433 Jones, J. Gordon, 157 
Bay St. 

436 Jones <& Leonard, 18 
Toronto St., Beverley 
Jones, C. J. Leonard, 
G. E. Newman. 

439 Kappele A Kappele, Home 

Life Bldg. George 

Kappele, K.C., Charles 

Kappele, G. R. Kappele 

Card, Appendix Pane 47. 

442 Kerr, Bull, Shaw A Mont- 

gomery, Confederation 
Life Bldg. G->orge 
Kerr, B. E. Bull, James 
G. Shaw, Joseph Mont- 
gomery. — 
Card, Appendix Page 47. 

443 Kerr, Charles W. A Co., 

Lumsrien Bldg. Charl6s 
W. Kerr. 

Card, Appendix Page 49. 
445 Kerr, Davidson, Paterson 
A McFarland, 23 Ade- 
laide St. e. Hon. J. 
K. Kerr, K.G., W. 
Davidson, K.C., John 
A. Paterson, K.C., G. 
P. McFarland, Alex, 
T. Davidson. — 

Card, Appendix Page 49. 
451 Kilmer, Mc Andrew, Irv- 
ing & Davis, 10 Ade- 
laide e. G. H. Kilmer, 
K.C., W. H. Irving, H. 
H. Davis. 



454 King & Sinclair, Canada 
Life Bldg. John King, 
K.C., D. L. Sinclair. 

457 King A King, 13 Wel- 
lington St. e. Samuel 
King, Oscar H. King. 

463 Kingston, G. A., Temple 
Bldg. 

466 KIngstone, Symons A 
Thomson, Bell Tele- 
phone Bldg. F. W. 
Kingstone, David T. 
Symons, K.C., Clive A. 
Thomson. 

Card, Appendix Page 49. 

Kirkpatrick, W. H. 1618 
Dundas St. 

467 Laidlaw, Walter B., 157 
Bay St. 

469 Laidlaw, William, K.C., 
Home Life Bldg, 

470 Laing, J. M., 23 Adelaide 
St. e.— 

472 Lamport A Ferguson, 

Canada Life Bldg. W. 

A. Lamport, H. M. 

Ferguson. 
475 Lawrence & Dunbar, 

Home Life Bldg. A. 

G. F. Lawrence, F. J. 

Dunbar. 
478 Lear, W. E., 1247 King 

W. 
481 Lee A O'Donoghu*, Con- 
fed. Life Bldg. W. T. 

J. Lee, J. G. O'Don- 

oghue, A. L. Brady. 
484 Lefroy, A. H. F., K.C., 

Manning Chbrs. 
487 Lennox A Lennox, 157 

Bay St. T. Herbert 

Lennox, K.C., J. F. 

Lennox, Chas. W. 

Plaxton, M. Keith 

Lennox. 

490 Le Vesconte, R. C, 20 
King St. e. 

491 Lewis, A. R., K.C., Tem- 
ple Building. - 

Livingston, C. W. 

496 Lobb, A. F., K.C., Man- 
ning Chambers. 

499 Loftus, John T., Temple 
Bldg, 

503 Lown, A. S., Tanner- 
Gates Bldg. 

505 Lvnn, A. E., City Hall. 

508 McArthur, D,, 43 Vic- 
toria St. 

511 McBrady A O'Connop, 
Canada Life Bldg. L. 
V, McBrady, K.C, 
Card, Appendix Page 49. 

514 McBride, James, 1304 

C.P.H. Bldg. 
517 McCabe, C. J., Osgoode 

Hall. 



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TORONTO — Continued. 



519 McCallum, W. J., 46 

King- St. w. 

520 McCapthy, Osier, Hotkin 

& Hapcoupt, G.P.R. 

Bldg. John Hoskin, 
K.C., F. W. Harcourt, 
K.C.. H. S. Osier, K.G., 
Leighton McCarthy, 
K.C., D. L. McCarthy. 
K.G., Britton Osier, W. 
A. Cameron,, J. F. H. 
McCarthy. Counsel, 
Wallace Nesbitt, K.G. 
Card, Appendix Page 49. 
521 McGnllough, James, 103 

Bay St. 
523 McCuIlough, J. W., 15 

Toronto St. 
526 McDonald. W. J., 18 Tor- 
onto St. 
529 McGhie & Keeler, Ade- 
laide <^ Victoria. J. 
H. McGhle, K.G., A. J. 
Keeler. 
532 McGowan, R. J., Temple 

Bldff. 
535 McKeown, S. W., 17 

Adelaide St. e. 
538 McLaughlin, Johnston A 
Moorhead, McKinnon 
Bldg. R. J. McLaugh- 
lin, K.G., R. L. John- 
ston, R. D. Moor- 
head. — 

541 McLeod, J. B., Solicitor 

to the Treasury, Par- 
liament Bldgs. 

542 McMaster, Montgomery, 

Fleury & Co., Canada 
Life Bldg. A. C. Mc- 
Master, John D. Mont- 
gomery, Wm. J. 
Fleury, R. G. Agnew, 
A. Cochrane, 0. H. 
King, Alan Gilmour. 

544 McMlchael, A. F., 18 Tor- 
onto St. 

547 McPhepson A Co., 16 
King St. w. W. D. 
MrPherson, K.G. 

550 McWhinney & Brown, 
60 Victoria St.' W. 
J. McWhinney, K.G., 
E. P. Brown. 

553 Macdonald, Garvey & 
Rowland, 18 Toronto 
St. W. H. Garvey, J. 
A. Rowland. 

556 Macdonald & Macintosh, 

Tanner-Gates Bldg. G. 
S. Macdonald, J. A. 
Macintosh. 

557 Macdonald, G. E., Con- 

fed. Life Bldg. 

559 Macdonald, Donald, Home 

Life Bldg. 

560 Macdonald, Hugh John, 

Robins Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 49. 



562 Macdonald, James A., 
K.C., Lumsden Bldg. 

565 Macdonald, Shepley, 

Donald A Mason; 
Macdonald, Shepley, 
Donald A White, 28 
Toronto St. J. H. 
Macdonald, K.G., G. 

F. Shepley, K.G., R. 

G. Donald, G. W. 
Mason, H. S. White, 
A. Foulds, Jr., W. W. 
Davidson, F. C. Gar- 
ter. — 

Card, Appendix Page 50. 

571 Macdonell & Boland, 2 
Toronto St. A. G. Mac- 
donell, K.G., M.P., 
W. J. Boland, J. F. 
Boland. 

577 MacGregor, Alex., Con- 
fed. Life Bldg. 

580 MacGregor, John, 72 
Queen St. w. 

583 MacGregop A MacGregor, 
Lumsden Bldg. James 
Patrick MacGregor, 
M.A., John Patrick 
MacGregor (of the 
New York Bar). — 

586 MacKay, W. G., 16 King 

St. w. 

587 MacKelcan, Fred R., 

Dominion Bond Bldg. 

589 Mackenzie, E. G., 18 Tor- 

onto St. 

590 Mackenzie, Frank Gor- 

don. 

592 Mackenzie, H. Gordon, 
157 Bay St. 

595 Mackenzie, J. B., 18 
Toronto St. 

598 Macklem, 0. R., 15 Tor- 
onto St. 

601 Maclean, Frank W., 

24 King Street w. 
(Maclean & Con- 
stable), Frank W. 
Maclean, Del. L. Con- 
stable. 
Card, Appendix Page 50. 

602 Maclean, N. D., Robins 

Bldg. 

604 MacMuPchy A Spence, 
G.P.R. Bldg. (G.P.R. 
Solicitors), Angus 

MacMurchy. K.G., J. 
D. Spence, A. G. Camp- 
bell. 

608 Macnaughton, A. Camer- 
on, 18-20 King St. w. 

610 Malone, Malone A Long, 
85 Bay St. E. T. 
Malone, K.G., A. L. 
Malone, E. G. Long, 
A. Mearns. 
Card, Appendix Page 50. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



TORONTO — Continued. 



613 Martin, Clara Brett, 26 

Adelaide w. 
616 Martin, Henry J., Lums- 

den Bldg. 
619 Martin, S. S., 2 Toronto 

St. 
622 Masten, Starr & Spence, 

Canada Life Bldg. G. 

A. Masten, K.C., J. R. 

L. Starr, K.G., J. H. 

Spence, Grant Cooper, 

W. K. Fraser. 
Card, Appendix Page 50. 

625 Mearns & Carr, 60 Vic- 
toria St. Frank S. 
Mearns, Wm. L. Garr. 

628 Meek, Edward, K.G., Mail 

Bldg. 

629 Meigh :n, R. E., Asst. Sol. 

to the Treasury, Par- 
liament Bldgs. 

631 Mercer & Bradford, Man- 
ning Arcade. M. S. 
Mercer, S. H. Brad- 
ford, K.C., J. A. Camp- 
bell. 

637 Millar, Ferguson & Hun- 
ter, 55 Yonge St. G. 
Millar, W. N. Fergu- 
son, K.G., A. W. Hun- 
• ter, J. T. White, H. 
Ferguson. — 
Card, Appendix Page 50. 

639 Miller, Armour A., 157 

Bay St. 

640 Mills, Raney, Lucas & 

Hales, Traders Bank 
Bldg. W. E. Raney, 
K.G., Hon. I. B. Lucas, 
K.C., H. E. Irwin, K.G., 
Alex. Mills, James 
Hales, Fraser Raney. 
Card, Appendix Page 50. 

643 Milne, John A., Temple 

Bldg. 

644 Mitchell, John, 184 Bay 

St. (See Cook & 

Mitchell). 
646 Moberly, T. E., Manning 

Chambers. 
650 Montgomery, R. A., Con- 
fed. Life Bldg. 
652 Morden, W. S., K.C. 

(Mgr. Guardian Trust 

Co. Ltd.). Royal Bank 

Bldg. 
655 Morlne & Morlne, Kent 

Bldg. A. N. Morlne. 
658 Morris & Roach, 10^ 

Terauley St. Elihu G. 

Morris, Guy R. 

Roach. — 

661 Morris, Wm., Manning 

662 Moses, H. R., 16 King w. 



664 Mowat, Langton & Mac- 
lennan, Kent Bldg. T. 
Langton, K.C, H. M. 
Mowat, K.C., R. J. 
Maclennan, H. F. Park- 
inson. 

667 Mulock, Milliken, Clark 
& Redman, 1008 C. P. 
R. Building. Wil- 

liam Mulock, Wm. B. 
Milliken, Herbert A. 
Clark, Henry E. Red- 
man, Harold W. Shap- 
ley. — 
Card, Appendix Page 51. 

673 Nason, Joseph, 157 Bay 

674 Nesbitt A. Russell, Grown 

Lffp Bldg. 

675' Nesbitt, Wallace, K.C. 
(See McCarthy & Co.) 

682 O'Brian, J. B., K.G., 
Traders Bank Bldg. 

688 O'Brien & Lundy, 18 
Toronto St. Henry 
O'Brien, K.C., J. Stew- 
art Lundy. 

690 O'Donoghue, D. J., Con- 

fed. Life Bldg. 

691 Ogd«?n & Bowlbv, 23 To- 

ronto St. Albert Og- 

den, A. T. Bowlby. 
694 Owens & Proudfoot, 32 

Adelaide St. e. E. W. 

J. Owens, K.C, WU- 

liam A. Proudfoot. 
697 Parker & Clark, Traders 

Bank Bldg. W. R. 

Percival Parker, 

George M. Clark, R. 

W. Hart. — 

Card, Appendix Page 51. 
700 Parsons, J. Edgar, 18 

Toronto St. 

703 Pearson, James, Gonfed. 

Life Bldg. 

704 Perry, Wm. H., 96 Craw- 

ford St. 

706 Phippen, F. H., K.C. 
(General Counsel G.N. 
R.), Gerard Ruel, 
Chief Solicitor, 9 
Toronto St. 

709 Plaxton, G. Gordon, Kent 
Bldg. 

712 Popo, W. W., 157 Bay 
St. 

715 Porter, Ghas. H., 36 To- 
ronto St. 

721 Price, Garvey & Co., 

Home Life Bldg. Wil- 
liam H. Price, Charles 
M. Garvey. — 
Card, Appendix Page 51. 

722 Proudfoot, Duncan & 

Grant, Gonfed. Life 



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86 



TORONTO- 

Bldg. Wm. Proud- 
foot, K.G., E. J. B. 
Duncan, W. H. Grant, 
Melville Grant. — 
Card, Appendix Page 51. 

725 Reld, A. J., K.C., 9 To- 
ronto St. 

728 Reid, Robert A., Kent 

Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 51. 

729 Reynolds, E. R., 77 Vic- 

toria St. 
732 Rielly, F. D., 1077 Bloor 
St. w. 

734 Ritchie, Ludwig & Bal- 

lantyne, 157 Bay St. 
G. H. Ritchie, K.G., M. 
H. Ludwig, K.G., A. 
W. Ballantyne, C. F. 
Ritchie, J. H. Oldham. 

735 Ritchie, George, 43 Vic- 

toria St. 
737 Roaf, James R., 18 King 

St. w. 
740 Robertson <^ Maclennan, 

Canada Life Bldg. D. 

M. Robertson, J. J. 

Maclennan, J. N. Black. 

743 Robertson, J. E., K.G., 18 

Toronto St. 

746 Robinette, Godfrey & 

Phelan, Bell Telephone 
Bldg. T. G. Robin- 
ette, K.G., J. M. God- 
frey, T. N. Phelan. 

747 Robinson, Ghristopher G., 

Manning Chambers. 
755 Ross & Holmested, 20 
King St. e. James 
Leith Ross, Arthur W. 
Holmested. — 
Card, Appendix Page 51. 

758 Rowan, Jones, Som- 
mepvllle & Newman, 

59 Victoria St. T. A. 
Rowan, J. E. Jones, 
N. Sommerville, H. A. 
Newman. 
761 Rowell, Reid, Wood & 
Wright, Canada Life 
Bldg. N. W. Rowell, 
K.C., Thos. Reid, 
S. Caspy Wood, 
G. W. Thompson, E. 
W. Wright, J. M. 
Langstaff, J. H. Mc- 
Donald. 
Card, Appendix Page 52. 

764 Royce, Henderson St 
Boyd, Tradors Bank 
Bldg. R. B. Hender- 
son, Allan H. Royce, A. 
M. Boyd. 
Card, Appendix Page 52. 



-Continued. 

770 Ryckman, Maclnnes A 
Mackenzie, Sterling 
Bank Chambers, E. B. 
Ryckman, K.G., G. S. 
Maclnnes, K.G., Ken- 
neth F. Mackenzie, 
W. Hamilton Cook, 
James H. Fraser. 
Card, Appendix Page 52. 

773 Saunders, Torrance A 
Kingsmlll, 71 Bay St. 
Dyce W. Saunders, 
K.C., W. P. Torrance, 
Walter B. Kingsmill. 
Card, Appendix Page 52. 

775 Schoff, Elgin, 324 Broad- 
view Ave. 

779 Scott, H. J., K.G., 15 
Toronto St. 

782 Scott & Scott, 34 Yonge 
St. J. J. Scott, K.G. 

785 Segsworth & Mills, 103 
Bay St. R. F. Segs- 
worth, Walter Mills, 
K.G. 

788 Shaver, H. Howard, 157 
Bay St. 

791 Shilton, Wallbrldge A 

Co., McKinnon Bldg. 
John Shilton, W. H. 
Walibridge. 

792 Sllvepthorn, T. A., Kent 

Bldg. 

794 Simpson, J. J. W., 2 To- 
ronto St. 

79G Singer, A. <^ E. F., 133% 
Queen St. w. 

800 Siniicr & Singer, Kent 

Bldg. Louis M. Singer, 
J. Smger. 

801 Skeans, W. A., Confed. 

Life Bldg. 

803 Slattery, T. Frank, 59 
ViVfnria St. 

806 Small, H. C. (Sec'y. Ont. 
By. Board), Manning 
Chambers. 

809 Smellie, R. 8., 16 King 
St. w. 

812 Smith, Rae & Greer, 4 
Wplline-ton St. e. J. 
F. Smith, K.G., G. Lar- 
ratt Smith, R. H. 
Greer (Crown Atty., 
Co. of York), R. P. 
?5nnndprs. — 
Card, Appendix Page 52. 

815 Smith & Britton, Confed. 
Life Bldg. C. P. 
Smith, A. H. Britton. 

818 Smith, L. C., 2 Temper- 
ance St. 

821 Smith, W. Assheton, Can. 
Life Bldg. 

824 Smvth, Wm. R., K.C., 56 
King w. 

827 Smythe, R. G., 18 Tor- 
onto St. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



TORONTO 

830 Standlsh A Snider, 18 

Toronto St. Fletcher 
G. Snider, J. Harvey 
Bone. 

833 Stewart, A. M., 1114 
G.P.R. Bldg. 

836 Strathy, Gerard B., Man- 
ning Ghbrs. 

839 Sweeny, Geo. R., 49 
King St. W. 

842 Symons, Harpy, K.C., 54 

Adelaide St. e. 

843 Taylor, William B., 112- 

118 King w. 

845 Tempfe, R. H. IVI., 9 Tor- 
onto St. 

851 Thomson, Tllley & John- 
ston, 85 Bay St. D. 
E. Thomson, K.G., 
Strachan Johnston, 
K.G., W. N. Tilley, 
Arthur J. Thomson, R. 
H. Parmenter, W. S. 
Morlock. — 
Card, Appendix Page 52. 

854 Thomson, T. C., 157 Bay 
St. 

857 Thurston & Boyd, 23 
Toronto St. W. G. 
Thurston, K.G., E. W. 
Boyd. 

860 Tpemeeap &. Co., Gos- 
grave Bldg., 167 
Yonge St. 

863 Tytler, J., K.G., 18 To- 
ronto St. 

866 Upquhapt, Upquhart A 
Page, Gonfed. Life 
Bldg. Daniel Urqu- 
hart, Thomas Urqu- 
hart, H. W. Page. 
869 Van der Voort, M. P., 13 
Wellington St. e. 

872 VIckeps, William W., 77 

York St. 

873 Waddell, R. Ruddock, 

Temple Bldg. — 
Card, Appendix Page 53. 
875 Waldpon, Gordon, 18 
King St. w. 



-Continued. 

876 Wallace, J. H. G., 123 
Bay Street. 

878 Warren, J. J. (Trust d 
Guar. Go. Ltd.). 

881 Watson, Smoke, Smith 
& Srnclalp, 20 King St. 
e. George H. Watson, 
K.G., Franklin Smoke, 
K.G., J. Grayson 
Smith, Neil Sinclair, 
Strafford Watson, Ar- 
thur L. Fleming. 

881 1-2 Wearing, Joseph, 

B.A., Gonfederation 
Life Bldg. 

882 Webb, N. R., 18 Toronto 

St. 

884 Welton, H. R., 24 Ade- 
laide St. e. 

887 Werrett, W. A., 77 Vic- 
toria St. 

890 Wheppy & MacBath, Con- 
tinental Life Bldg., 157 
Bay St. Robert Wher- 
ry, John G. M. Mac- 
Bath.— 
Card, Appendix Page 53. 

893 White, J. P., Ghurch & 

Adelaide Sts. 

894 Whitehead, W. M., 72 

Queen St. w. 

897 Wilkins, M., Tanner- 

Gates Building. 

898 Wilkinson, W. B., Asst. 

Law Glerk of the 
House, Parliament 

Bldgs. 

900 Wray, T. R. J., Bloor A 
Dovercourt. (Heigh- 
Ington & Co. City 
Agents.) 

905 Wright, J. A., Dineen 
Bldg. 

908 Young & McEvoy, Con- 
tinental Life Bldg., 157 
Bay St. McGregor 
Young, K.G., John A. 
McEvoy. — 
Card, Appendix Page 53. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 



87 



NOTE: Toronto Agent is found by referring number after name 
to same number in Toronto. (Toronto is placed first In list of 
towns). 

Where there is no number it Indicates that the firm entered as 
Agent in the registry book at Osgoode Hall, ig not now in existence, 
or that registration has not been made. 



ACTON — Go. Halton. 
Mackinnon, A. J., 147. 

ADDISON, See Brockville. 

AGINCOURT, See Toronto. 

AILSA CRAIG, See Park Hill. 

ALEXANDRIA — Co. Glen- 
parry. 

Macdonell & Costello, 571. 
John A. Macdonell, K.G., 
F. T. Costello. 

Munro, Murdoch, 201. 

Tiffany, E. H., K.G., 72. 

ALLANDALE, See Barrie. 

ALLENFORD, See Walkerton. 

ALLISTON — Go. Simcoe. 
Bell & Brown, 421. W. A. 
J. Bell, K.G., G. E. J. 
Brown. 

ALMONTE — Go. Lanark. 
Grei?? <^ Greip, 24. A. M. 

Greiff, P. A. Greip 
Jpmipsnn, Harold, 24. 
Stafford, W. H., 42. 

ALVINSTON, See Sarnia. 

AMELIASBURG, See Picton. 

AMHERSTBURG — Go Essex. 
Davis, Delos R., K.G., 664. 
Davis, F. H. A., 481. 
Hough, F. A., 42. 

ANCASTER — Go. Went- 
worth. 
Kenrick, Edward, 42. 

APPLE HILL, See Alexandria. 

APPLETON, See Garleton 
Place. 

APSLEY, See Lakefleld. 

ARKONA, See Watford. 

ARNPRIOR — Go. Renfrew. 
Bnrwash, Arthur, 24. 
Grout, T. H., 466. 

Card, Appendix Page 31. 
Slattery, R. J., 881. 
Thompson, J. E., 228. 

ARTHUR — Go. Wellington. 
Kearns, J. M., 162. 

ASHTON, See Garleton Place. 



ATHENS — Go. Leeds. 
Beale, T. R., 622. 

ATWOOD, See Listowel. 

AURORA — Go. York. 

Lennox & Ghoppin. T. H. 

Lennox (See Toronto). 
Wlddifleld, C. W. 

AVENING, See Barrte. 

AVONMORE, See Gornwall. 

AYLMER — Go. Elcrin. 
Barnum, W. Harold, 625. 
Haines, A. E., 637. 
Miller & Backus, 664. E. 
A. Miller, A. H. Backus. 

AYR, See Gait. 

AYTON, See Harriston. 

BADEN, See Hamburg. 

BALA, See Bracebridge. 

BALDERSON, See Perth. 

BATH, See Napanee. 

BAYSVILLE, See Bracebridge. 

BANCROFT — Go. Hastings. 
Farnham, Wm., 72. 

BARRIE — Go. Simcoe. 
Gotter, J. R. 
Gowan, Alex., 487. 
Creswicke & Co., 63. A. E. 

H. Greswicke, K.G. 
McCarthy. Boys & Murchl- 
son, 520. W. A. Boys, 
K.G., D. G. Mnrchison. 
Card, Appendix Page 31. 

Radenhurst, G. A., 24. 

Ross, Donald. 24. 

Sf^wart & Stewart, 24. D. 

M. Stewart. 
Strathy & Esten, 836. G. H. 

Esten. 

BARRIEFIELD, See Kingston. 

BAYFIELD, See Goderich. 

BEACHBURG, See Pembroke. 

BEAMSVILLE, See Grimsby. 

BEAVERTON — Go. Ontario. 
Roach, M. H., 198. 

BEETON, See Tottenham. 



88 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



BELLE RIVER, See Windsor. 
BELLEVILLE — Co. Hastings. 

Anderson, P. J. M., 385. 

Butler, K. J., 622. 

Clute & Shorey, 418. W. 
D. M Shorey. 
Card, Appendix Page SS. 

Flint, .1. J. B., 382. 

Fopin, P. WIcL., 135. 

Masson, Stevy^art, KC, 394. 

WIlkN, W. C, KC, 2 4.— 
Card, Appendix Page S2. 

Nopthpup &, Ponton, 24 and 
9. W. B. Northrup, 
K.C., M.P., W. N. Pon- 
ton. K.C. 

O'FWnn, Diamond & 0'- 
Flyrin, 24. F. E. O'Flynn, 
W. J. Diamond, E. D. 
O'Flynn. 

Porter ^ Carnew, 93. E. 
r.MSs Porter. KC M.P., 
W. Carnew, F. H. White. 

Wallbrldge. Fpancls S., 24. 
Card, Appendix Page 32. 

Wills & Wpight, 42. J. F. 
Wills. K.C, Malcom 

V^rtjrbt. — 
Card, Appendix Page 32. 

BELMOIVT, See London. 
BELWOOD, See Gnelph. 
BERLIN" — Co. Waterloo. 
Atkinson, C. F. W. 
Bltzf^p, APno L., 421. 
Bowlhv. D. S. 
B'^wlbv. Ward H.. K.C, 243. 
Clement & Clement, 520. 
F P Cipment K C, E. 
W. Clement, W. P. Cle- 
mpnt. B.A., LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 32. 
C.v-^^. \V M., 607. 
IVilll«p, Sims & GpAqopy, 
445. Alexander Millar, 
K.C, H. J. Sims, W. H. 
Gregory. 
Sc-^l'-^n ^ Weir, 243. J. A. 
Sooiion. J .T. K. Weir. 
Card, Appendix Page 32. 
BET""'"^. Spe Millbrook. 
BLACKRTOCK, See Port 

Perry. 
BLAIRTON, See Havelock. 
BLEIVHEIM — Co. Kent. 
Gosnell & Shillington, 538. 
R. L. Cosnell, P. S. Shil- 
lin.ffton. 
BLEZARD VALLEY, See Sud- 

• bury. 
BLIND RIVER — Dist. Al- 
eroma. 
Mc.Arthnr, G. J., 881. 
BLOOMFIEUD, See Picton. 
BLOOMINGDALE, See Water- 
loo. 
BLYTH, See Wingham. 



BOBCAYGEON, See Lindsay. 

BOLTON — Co. Peel. 

Lee & O'Donoghne (See 
Toronto). 

BONDHEAD, See Barrie. 

BONFLELD, See North Bay. 

BOTHWELL — Co. Kent. 
Hickey, W. R., K.C, 445. 

BOWMANVILLE— Co. Dur- 

liam. 
Loscombe, R. R., K.C, 356. 
McLaughlin, A. E., 72. 
McLean, Evan H. (See 

Newcastle). 
Senkler, E. S., 356. 
Simpson, D. B., K.C, 18. — 
Card, Appendix Page 33. 

BRACEBRIDGE — Dist. Mus- 
koka. 
Johnson, Thomas. 
Mahaffy, W. G., 851. 

BRADFORD — Co. Simcoe. 
Evans, T. W. W., 547. 
Scanlon, Mark & A. E., 63. 

BRAMPTON — Co. Peel. 
Graham, E. G., 565. 
Justin, B. F., K.C, 24. 

McFndden, W. H., K.C, 

565. 
Manning, .1. J., 881. 
Morphy, W. S., 637. 
Pringle, R. H., 565. 

BRANCHTON, See Gait. 

BRANTFORD — Co. Brant. 
Balpd, A. L., K.C, 639. 
Bowlhv, J. W., K.C, 664. 
Brewster & Heyd, 568. W. 

S. Brewster, K.C, G. D. 

Heyd. 
Charlton, W. M., 881. 
Hapley & Sweet, 881. .Tames 

Harley, K.C, Edmund 

Swpet. A. M Harley. — 
Card, Appendix Page 33. 

Hew'-ft. fl. S . 550. 
Holllnpake, W. A., K.C, 39. 

McEwen. M. W., 418. 
Mnir, M. F . K C , 243. 
Read. E. R., 772. 

Card, Appendix Page 33. 
Smith. G .T.. 7'iO. 

(Indian Agent.) 
Tapscott, C S., 565. 
Wade, T. S., 2'i. 
Watts, A. E.. KC, 72. 
Wilkes (^ TTPOflerson, 24. 

A. J. Wilkes. K.C, W. T. 

Hendprson, K r 
Woodyatt, T., 610. 

BRECHIN, See Orillia. 

BRESLAU, See Berlin. 



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89 



SRIDGEBURG — Go. Welland. 
Pettit, G. H. (See Wel- 
land). 

BRIDGENORTH, See Peter- 
boro. 

BRIDGEPORT, See Berlin. 

BRIDGEN, See Sarnia. 

BRIGHT, See Woodstock. 

BRIGHTON — Go. Northum- 
berland. 
Dpewpy, George., 418. 

BRINSTON, See Iroquois. 

BROCKVILLE — Go. Leeds. 
Brown, M. M., 24. 
Buell & Parish, 24. W. S. 
Buell, Arthur G. Parish. 

Card, Appendix Page 33. 

Deacon, Charles R., 520. 

Deacon, Joseph, K.G., 520. 

Fraser, 0. K., 24 (Local 
Registrar). 

Fulford, Ghas. G., 156. 

Hutcheson & Driver, 640. 
.Tames A. Hutcheson, 
K.G., R. J. Driver. 

Lewis, W. A., 734. 

O'Brien, James, 640. 

Page, J. A., 451. 

Stewart, Hugli A., K.O., 243. 

BRONTE, See Oakville. 
BROOKLIN, See Whitby. 

BROWNSVILLE, See Wood- 
stock. 

BRUCEFIELD, See Goderich. 

BRUCE MINES — Dist. Al- 
goma. 
Peterson, N. H., 881. 

BRUDENELL, See Eganville. 

BRUSSELS — Go. Huron. 
Sinclair, W. M., 520. 

BURFORD, See Brantford. 

BURGESSVILLE, See Lndsay. 

BURK'S FALLS— Dist. Parry 
Sound. 
Mahaffy, W. G. (See Brace- 
bridge). 

BURLINGTON — Go. Halton. 
Gleaver, E. H., 640. 
Lount, G. W., 213. 
Morrison, Wm. 

BURNT RIVER, See Fenelon 
Falls. 

BURRETT'S RAPIDS, See 

Merrickville. 

OAINSVILLE, See Brantford. 
CALABOGIE, See Renfrew. 

7 



CALEDON EAST, See Bramp- 
ton. 

CALEDONIA — Go. Haldimand. 
Lewis & Arrell, (See Hamil- 
ton). 

CAfVIDEN EAST, See Napanee. 

CAMPBELLFORD — Go. Nor- 
thumberland. 
Humphries, I. A., 24. 
Lynch, Daniel J., 881. 
Payne, G. A., 881. 

CAMPBELLVILLE, See Mil- 
ton. 

CANNINGTON — Go. Ontario. 
Reid, A. J., K.G. (See 
Toronto). 

CARDINAL, See Prescott. 

CARGILL, See Walkerton. 

CARLETON PLACE — Go. 

Lanark. 
Mcintosh, Colin, 881 

McNeely, J. S. L., 565. 
Patterson & Findlay, 24. 

R. Patterson, Geo. H. 

Findlay. 

CARP, See Ottawa. 

CARTIER, See Sudbury. 

CASTLETON, See Golborne. 

CAYUGA — Go. Haldimand. 
Murphy & Goiter, 72. John 

A. Murphy, Richard S. 

Goiter. 
Snider, Thomas A., K.G., 

303. 

CEDARVILLE, See Mount 
Forest. 

CENTERTON, See Gobourg. 

CHALK RIVER, See Pem- 
broke. 

CHAPLEAU, See Sudbury. 

CHARLESTON, See Athens. 

CHATHAM — Go. Kent. 
Arnold, S. B., 198. 
Gundy & Bractcln, 198. 
W. E. Gundy, R. L. 
Brack in. 
Card, Appendix Fag e- 33. 

Houston & Clarlt, 520. M. 

Houston, Alex. Glark. 
Kerr & McNevin, 195. John 

G. Kerr, J. A. McNevin. 
Lewis & Richards, 385. 0. 

L. Lewis, K.G., W. G. 

Richards. 
McKeough, W. E., 153. 
Sayers, G. A., 664. 
Scullard, T., 9. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



CHATHAM — Continued. 

Smith, H. D., 556. 

Smith, W. F., 418. 

Stanworth, W., 385. 

Walker, J. A., K.G., 866. 

Wilson, Pike 8c Stewart, 

243. Matthew Wilson, 

K.C., J. M. Pike, K.G., J. 

G. Stewart. — 

Card, Appendix Page 33. 

CHATSWORTH, See Owen 

Sound. 

CHELMSFORD, See Sudbury. 

CHELTENHAM, See Bramp- 
ton. 

CHERRY VALLEY, See Pic- 

ton. 

CHESLEY — Co. Bruce. 
Mickle, C. J., 385. 

CHESTERVILLE — Co. Dun- 
das. 
Lawson & Cass, 556. W. B. 
Lawson, K.C., W. J. Cass. 

CHIPPAWA, See Welland. 
CLAREMONT, See Whitby. 
CLARKSBURG, See Durham. 
CLAYTON, See Almonte. 
CLIFFORD, See Harriston. 
CLINTON — Co. Huron. 

Brydone, W., 520. 
COBALT — Dist. Temiskaming. 
Day & Gordon. (Office at 
Haileybury.) 
Card, Appendix Page 34. 
MacPhie, W. F., 664. 
Mahon, J. W. 
Mitchell, George. 
Ross, George, 147. 
COBDEN, See Pembroke. 
COBOCONK, See Lindsay. 
COBOURG — Co. Northum- 
berland. 
Armstrong, A. J., 42. — 
Boggs, F. D., K.C., 418. 

Card, Appendix Page 34. 
Field, Frank M., K.C., 93. 
Hall, T. F., 622. 
Kerr & Kerr, 443. W. F. 

Kerr. 
McCoil & Keith, 418. J. 

B. McGoll. 
Peterson, A. M., 881. 

COCHRANE— Dist. Temiska- 
ming-. 
Jones, S. Alfred, K.C., 697. 
Warke, W. H., 445. 
COLBORNE — Co. Northum- 
berland. 
Payne, W. L., K.C., 881. 
Webb, Franl( L., B.A., 
LL.B., 622. 



COLD SPRINGS, See Gobourg. 

COLDWATER — Co. Simcoe. 
Mulcahy, John T. (See 
Orillia) , 

COLLINGWOOD — Co. Sim- 
coe. 

Allan, W. T., 421. 

Bipnie, J., K.C., 565. 

Bruce & Fair, 303. G. W. 
Bruce, K.C., R. E. Fair. 

Moberly, G., K.G., 688. 

Robertson, Henry, K.G., 24. 

COMBER, See Windsor. 

CONISTON, See Sudbury. 

COOKSTOWN, See Barrie. 

COOKSVILLE, See Streets- 
ville. 

CONESTOGO, See Waterloo. 

CONSECON, See Trenton. 

COPPER CLIFF, See Sud- 
bury. 

CORDOVER, See Havelock. 

CORNWALL — Co. Stor- 

mont. 
Ghisholm, John A., 881. — 
Danis, Daniel, 556. 
Dingwall, James, 664. 
Gogo & Haricness, 881. G. 

I. Gogo, John G. Hark- 

ness. — 
Maclennan & Cline, 24. D. 

B. Maclennan, K.C., G. 

H. Cline. 
Mifligan, J. C, 556. 

Card, Appendix Page 34, 
Ppimeau, Josepii A., 556. 
Smith, Alex. L., 772. 

Card, Appendix Page 34. 
Smith, Robert, K.C., 24. 
Stiles, George A., 565. 

COTTAM, See Windsor. 

COURTRIGHT, See Sarnia. 

CREDITON, See Goderich. 

CREEMORE — Co. Simcoe. 
Brown, G. E. J., 24 (See 
Alliston.) 

CRYSLER — Co. Stormont. 
Danis, D. (See Cornwall). 

DASHWOOD, See Goderich. 
DEAN LAKE, See Blind River. 
DELAWARE, See London. 
DELHI — Co. Norfolk. 

Jones, E. C, 637. 
DELTA, See Athens. 
DESERONTO, See Napanee. 
DORCHESTER STATION, See 
London. 



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DORKING, See Listowel. 

DOON, See Preston. 

DOUGLAS, See Eganville. 

DRAYTON, See Arthur. 

DRESDEN — Co. Kent. 
Weir, G. E., 866. 

DRUMBO, See Woodstock. 

DRYDEN, See Kenora. 

DUART, See Ridgetown. 

DUBLIN, See Stratford. 

DUNBAR, See Chesterville. 

DUNDALK — Go. Grey. 
Lamon, J., 640. 
Lucas, Raney & Henry. 
(See Markdale.) 

DUNDAS — Co. Wentworth. 
Gwyn, H. C, K.C., 520. 

Knowles, W. E. S., 63. 
Lawrason, J. W., 755. 

DUNGANNON, See Goderich. 

DUNNVILLE — Co. Haldi- 
mand. 

Bradford & Bradford, 631. 
Samuel H. Bradford, 
K.C., Robert Bradford. 

Payne, John C, 72. 

Swayze, Wilham D., 24. 

DUNSFORD, See Lindsay. 

DURHAM — Co. Grey. 
Telford, J. P., 415. 

DUTTON — Co. Elgin. 
Kirkland, S. C. 

EGANVILLE — Co. Renfrew. 
Lawson, W., 688. 
Matheson, R. A., 63. 

ELGIN, See Westport. 

ELK LAKE — Dist. Temiska- 
ming. 
McKee, H. E., 183. 

ELMIRA, See Waterloo. 

ELMVALE, See Barrie. 

ELMWOOD, See Walkerton. 

ELORA — Co. Wellington. 
Wissler, H., 881. 

EMBRO, See Woodstock. 

EMO, See Fort Frances. 

ENGLEHART, See Ilailey- 
bury. 

ENTERPRISE, See Napanee. 

ERIN — Co. Wellington. 
See Guelph. 



ERINDALE, See Streetsville. 

ESPANOLA, See Sudbury. 

ESSEX — Co. Essex. 
Geddes, F. B., 565. 

EVERETT, See Barrie. 

EXETER — Co. Huron. 

Dickson & Carling, 156. L. 
H. Dickson. I. R. Carl- 
ing. 

Gladman & Stanbury, 24. 
F. W. Gladman, J. G. 
Stanbury. 

FAIRFIELD, See Brockville. 

FENELLA, See Cobourg. 

FENELON FALLS — Co. Vic- 
toria. 
McLaughlin & Co. (See 
Lindsay) . 

FENWICK, See Welland. 

FERGUS — Co. Wellington. 
Wilson, J. A., 42. 

FERGUSON'S FALLS, See 

Carleton Place. 

FINCH, See Chesterville. 

FINGAL, See St. Thomas. 

FLESHERTON — Co. Grey. 
Wright & Co. (See Owen 
Sound). 

FLORADALE, See Berlin. 

FLORANCE, See Petrolia. 

FONTHILL, See Welland. 

FORDWICH, See Goderich. 

FOREST — Co. Lambton. 
Porte, W. J., 24. 

FORRESTERS FALLS, See 

Pembroke. 

FORT ERIE — Co. Welland. 
Raymond & Spencer (See 
Welland). 

FORT FRANCES —Dist. Rainy 
River. 
George, A. D., 721. 
Murray, A. G., LL.B., 550. 
Tibbetts, ri. A. 

FORT WILLIAM — Dist. 

Thunder Bay. 
Byers, D. R., 201. 
Byrnes & Byrnes, 42. R. J. 

Byrnes, E. F. Byrnes. 
Croome, N. L. 
Dowler & Dowler, 622. W. 

A. Dowler, K.C., A. H. 

Dowler. 
Card, Appendix Page 34. 
Dyke, John A. 
Matheson, W. A., 881. 
Morris & Babe, 385. P. 

R. Morris, Fred Babe. 



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FORT WILLIAM— Continued. 
Morton, W. L., 183. 
Ross, J. G. 
Swinburne, J. E., G67. 

FOXBORO, See Belleville. 

FRANKFORD, See Trenton. 

OALT — Go. Waterloo. 
Blake, John R., 243. 
Dalzell & Barrie, 421. J. 

Bell Dalzell, R. Barrie. 
Hancock, J. H., 243. 
Jamieson, James Muir, 608. 
Card, Appendix Page 34. 
Kelleher, G. F., 565. 
Secord, M. A., K.G., 565. 

GANANOQUE — Go. Leeds. 
Carroll, W. B., K.C., 881. 

Jackson, J. Arthur, 135. 

GEORGETOWN — Go. Hal- 
ton. 
Campbell, W. A. F., 881. 

GLENCAIRN, See Barrie. 

GLENCOE — Go. Middlesex. 
Elliott & Moss, 7. W. D. 
Moss, J. G. Elliott. 

GLEN HURON, See Barrie. 

GLEN ROBERTSON, See 

Alexandria. 

GODERICH — Go. Huron. 

Gameron, M. G., K.G., 565. 

Dancey, L. E. 

Garrow, G., 24. 

Lewis, E. N., 722. 

Ppoudfoot, Hays & Klllor- 
an, 722. Wm. Proud- 
foot, K.G., R. G. Hays, J. 
L. Killoran. 

Seag:er, G., 72. 

GOLDEN CITY, See Porcu- 
pine. 

GOLDEN LAKE, See Pem- 
broke. 

GORE BAY, Manitoulin Island. 
Graig, John H., 550. 
McRae, W. F., LL.B., 721. 

Murray, A. G. (See Fort 

Frances.) 
Titus, F. E., 631. 

GORE'S LANDING, See Go- 

bourg-. 

GORMLEY, See Toronto. 
GORRIE, See Goderich. 

GOWANSTOWN, See Lis- 

towel. 

GOWGANDA — Dist. Temiska- 

ming. 
, Williams, H. F., 721. 

•GRAFTON, See Gobourg. 



GRAND VALLEY, See Orange- 

ville. 

GRANTON, See St. Mary's. 

GRAVENHURST— Dist. Mus- 
koka 
Kennedy, W. H., 610. 

GREENFIELD, See Alexandria. 

GRIMSBY — Go. Lincoln. 
Lancaster & Go. (See St. 

Catharines). 
McGonachie, George B., 
198. 

GUELPH — Go. Wellington. 

Buckingham, W. E., 520. 

Gutten, W. H., 421. 

Dunbar & Dunbar, 421. G. 
L. Dunnar. 

Guthrie, Guthrie & Kerwin, 
24. D. Guthrie, K.G., 
Hugh Guthrie, K.G., P. 
Kerwin. 

Jeffrey, Nicol, 24. 

McKlnnon & Howitt, 72. R. 
L. McKinnon, J. R. How- 
itt.— 

Macdonald & Drew 553, 
A. H. Macdonald, K.G., 
J. J. Drew, K.G. 

Maclean, K., 72. 

Mowat, J. A., 153. 

Saunders, T. W., 772. 

Watt & Watt, 356. J. Watt, 

F. Watt. 

HAGERSVILLE — Go. Haldi- 
mand. 
Lindsay, Samuel E., 385. 

HAILEYBURY— Dist. Temis- 

kaming. 
Day & Gordon, 198. Fred A. 

Day, W. A. Gordon. 
Card, Appendix Fage 34. 
EUiott, Frederick, 542. 
Graham, Kearney & Wright, 

42. E. W. Kearney. 
Hall, J. IVicNaipn, 421. 
McDougall, J. Lorn, 881. 
McDougall, J. W.. 881. 
Slaght, Arthur G., 565. 
Smiley, F. L. (See New 

Liskeard.) 
Ware, G. G. T., 565. 

HALIBURTON, See Lindsay. 

HAMILTON — Go. Went- 

worth. 
Appelbe, E. F., 622. 
Ballard & Morrison. Geo. 

Ballard, Wm. Morrison. 
Beasley & Beasley, 216. A. 

G. Beasley, J. D. Beas- 
ley. 

Bell & Pringle, 565. Wm. 
Bell, K.G., R. A. Pringle. 
Ghas. W. Bell. 



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HAMILTON—Continued. 

Biggar & Treleaven, 746. 

S. D. Biggar, K.G., F. 

P. Treleaven, R. W. Trel- 
eaven. 
Brown, Alex. W., 201. 
Bruce, Bruce & Counsel, 

520. Alexander Bruce, 

K.C., (Toronto), R. R. 

Bruce, J. L. Counsel, 
Burkholder, G. E., 520. 
Cahill & Soule, 385. E. D. 

Cahill, K.G., J. A. Soule. 
Carpenter, Henry, 385. 
Chisholm, Logie & Mc- 

Questen, 201. Jas. Chis- 
holm. W. A. Logie, T. 

B. McOuesien. 
Crerar & Awrey, 93. T. 

H. Crerar, LeRoy Awrey. 
Evans & Slater, 18. Walter 

T. Evans, Stanley Slater. 
Farmer & Schelter, 890. J. 

L. Schelter, Emmett E. 

Gallagher. 
Gibson, Levy & Gibson, 72. 

Hon. Sir John M. Gibson. 

K.C., G. H. Levy, A. 

Hope Gibson. 
Harrison, John, 622. 
Haslett, T. C, K.C., 881. 
Jones, John W., 442. 
Kerr & Thomson, 72. Geo. 

S. Kerr, K.C., Geo. G. 

Thomson, Hedley Snider. 
Lazier & Lazier, 565. S. 

F. Lazier, K.C., E. F. 

Lazier, Harold Lazier. 
Lee, Farmer & Simpson, 

622. Lyman Lee, B.A., 

John G. Farmer, K.G., T. 

H. Simpson. 
Card, Appendix Page 35. 

Lees, Hobson & Co., 63. 

Wm. Lees, K.C., Thomas 
Hobson, K.C., Herbert S. 
Lees, John M. Telford, 
Oswald D. Peat, R. P. 
McBride. 

Lewis & Arrell, 622. A. 
M. Lewis. Harrison Ar- 
rell. 

WcCIemont, W. IVI., 622. 
Card, Appendix Page 35. 

MacBrayne & Brandon, 622. 
Walter S. MacBrayne, 
W. M. Brandon. 

Mai one, Martin, 481. 

Martin & Martin, 881. Kir- 
wan Martin, D'Arcy Mar- 
tin, K.C. 

IWewburn, Ambrose. Bur- 
bidge & Marshall, 565. 
E. H. Ambrose, S. C. 
Mewburn, K.C, H. A. 
Burbidge, J. R. Marshall. 



HAMILTON — Continued. 

Nesbitt. Gauld & Langs, 42. 
J. W. Nesbitt, K.C, J. 
G. Gauld, K.C, G. V. 
Langs. 

Nesbitt, Montalieu. 

O'HeIr & Morison, 24. Ar- 
thur O'Heir, Frank Mori- 
son. 
Card, Appendix Page 35. 

O'Reilly, M. J., K.C, 746. 
Osborne, W. W., 520. 
Petrie, H. D., 421. 
Ross & Sloan, 243. W. L.. 

Ross, T. R. Sloan. 
Shaver, W. V. M., 511. 
Staunton, Geo. Lynch, K.C,. 

24. 
Stephens & McKenna, 63. 

L. F. Stephens, H. J. Mc- 
Kenna. 
Waddel, F. R., K.C, 42. 

(City Solicitor). 
Walters, Chester S. 
Wardrope, W. H., K.C, 

385. - 
Washington & Martin, 616. 

S. F. Washington, K.C, 

F. R. Martin. 

HANOVER, See Durham. 

HARTLEY, See Brantford. 

HARRIETSVILLE, See London. 

HARRISTON — Co. Welling- 
ton. 
Campbell & Shannon, 881. 

J. H. Shannon. 
Spotton, A., 418. 

HARROW, See Kingsville. 

HARROWSMITH, See King- 
ston. 

HARWOOD, See Cobourg. 

HASTINGS — Co. Northum- 
berland. 
Foulds, F. W. 

HAVELOCK — Co. Peter- 
borough. 
Ghent, Ghas. A., 622. 

HAWKESBURY — Co. Pres- 

cott. 
Lawlor, H. W., 72. 

HAWKESVILLE, See Water- 
loo. 

HEIDLEBURG — See Water- 
loo. 
HENSALL, See Exeter. 
HEPWORTH, See Wiarton. 
HESPELER, See Preston. 
HICKSON, See Woodstock. 



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HIGHGATE, See Chatham. 
HILLSBURG, See Guelph. 
HINTONBURG, See Ottawa. 

HOLLAND CENTRE, See 

Markdale. 

HOLSTEIN, See Durham. 

MORNING'S MILLS, See Shel- 
burne. 

HUMBERSTONE, See Wel- 
• land. 

HUNTSVILLE — Dist. Mus- 
koka. 
Grant, D. M., 356. 
Wilgress, G. S., 51. 

ILDERTON, See London. 

INDIAN RIVER, See Peter- 
boro. 

INGERSOLL — Co. Oxford. 
Gibson, J. Garfield, 761. 
Hegler, J. C, K.C., 156. 
Paterson, J. L., 141. 
Walsh, M., K.C., 565. 
WeDs, T., K.G., 24. 

INGLEWOOD, See Brampton. 

INKERMAN, See Winchester. 

INNISVILLE, See Perth. 

INWOOD, See Sarnia. 

IRON LAKE, See Blind River. 

IROQUOIS — Co. Dundas. 
Davy, G. ri. 

JANETVILLE, See Port Hope. 

JARVIS, See Simooe. 

JASPER, See Brockville. 

JOHNSTON, See Prescott. 

JORDAN — Co. Lincoln. 
Ball, M. A., 9. 

KEARNEY, See Parry Sound. 

KEENE, See Peterborough. 

KEEWATIN, See Kenora. 

KELSO MINES, See Porcu- 
pine. 

KEMPTVILLE — Co. Gren- 

ville. 
Allan, T. K., 565. 
Ferguson, G. H., K.C., 637. 

KENILWORTH, See Guelph. 
KENORA — Dist. Kenora. 

Kinney, J. A., 721. 

McLennan, Allan, 622. 

MacGillivray, J. F., K.C., 
63. 

Machin, H. A. C, M.P.P., 
637. 

Robinson, James. 

Stanton, J. P. 



KERWOOD, See London. 

KILLALOE, See Pembroke. 

KINBURN, See Ottawa. 

KINCARDINE — Co. Bruce. 
McPherson, J. A., 72. 
Malcomson, P. A., 722. 
Stewart, R. J., 201. 

KINGSTON — Co. Frontenac. 
Cunningham & Mudie, 740. 

A. B. Cunningham, W. B. 

Mudie. 
Givens, D. A., 664. 
King & Smythe, 430. Fran- 
cis King, M.A., Geo. H. 

Smythe, B.A. — 
Card, Appendix Page 35. 
KIrkpatrIck, Rogers St 

Nickle, 770. W. F. 

Nickle, K.C., E. E. Day. 
Macdonnell, G. M., K.C. 
Macnee, J. H., 418. 
Mundell, Wm., 57. 
Rigney, T. J., 571. 
Sullivan, W. H. 
Walkem & Walkem, 484. 

J. B. Walkem, K.C. 
Webster, C. R., 451. 
Whiting, Jno. L., K.C, 201. 

KINGSVILLE — Co. Essex. 
Goodeve, G. S., 520. 
Smith, W. A., 881. 

KINMOUNT, See Lindsay. 

KIRKFIELD, See Lindsay. 

KIRKTON, See St. Mary's. 

KOMOKA, See London. 

LAKEFIELD — Co. Peter- 
borough. 
Langley, 0. A., 637. 

LAKESIDE, See Woodstock. 

LANARK, See Perth. 

LANCASTER — Co. Glen- 
garry. 
McDonald, John S., 24. 

LANSDOWNE, See Gananoque. 

LATCHFORD, See Ilaileybury. 

LAUREL, See Orangeville. 

LEAMINGTON — Co. Essex. 
Boles, A. T., 385. 
Easton, W. T., 156. 

Card, Appendix Page 35. 

LINDSAY — Co. Victoria. 
Devlin, A. P., 356. 
Hopkins & Hopkins, 24. G. 

H. Hopkins, K.C, P. H. 

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LINDSAY — Continued. 

Knight, L. R., 261. 
McLaughlin, Peel, Fulton 

&. Stinson, 538. R. J. 

McLaughlin, K.G., J. A. 

Peel, A. M. Fulton, T. H. 

Stinson. 
Moore & Jackson, 881. P. 

D. Moore, K.G., Alex. 

Jackson. 
Stewart & O'Connor, 24. 

T. Stewart, L. V. O'Con- 
nor, B.A. 
Weldon, I. E., 45. 

LINWOOD, See Berlin. 

LION'S HEAD, See Wiarton. 

LISLE, See Barrie. 

LISTOWEL — Co. Perth. 
Bray, G., 565. 
Hamilton, J. Cecil, B.A., 72. 

Morphy, H. B., K.G., 622. 
Terhune, J. E. 

LITTLE CURRENT — Mani- 

toulin island. 
Atkinson, G. R., 385. 
LOMBARDY, See Smith's 
Falls. 

LONDON — Co. Middlesex. 
Bartlett, P. H., 358. 
Baptpam, W. G. R., 752. — 

Card, Appendix Page 36. 

Bayly & Bayly, 42. R. A. 
Bayly. 

Beattie, J. H. A., 243. 

Blackburn & Weekes, 243. 
H. S. Blackburn, G. N. 
Weekes. 

Buchner, U. A., 176. 

Chisholm, A. G., 565. 

Gronyn, Betts & Coleridge, 
72. F. P. Betts, K.G., T. 
Coleridge. 

Elhot, H. B., K.C., 761. 

Essery, E. T., K.G., 297. 

Faulds, J. F., 565. 

Fitzgerald & Fitzgerald, 24. 
W. C. Fitzgerald. 

Flock & Flock, 637. J. H. 
Flock, K.C., E. W. M. 
Flock. 

Fpasep & Moore, 385. M. 
D. Eraser, K.C., J. P. 
Moore, K.G. — 
Card, Appendix Page 35. 

Gibbons, Happen & Gib- 
bons, 24. Sir George Gib- 
bons, K.C., F. F. Harper, 
G. S. Gibbons. — 
Card, Appendix Page 37. 

Gpaydon & Gpaydon, 358. 
N. P. Graydon, A. H. M. 
Graydon. 

Greenlees, A., 694. 

Greenlees, F. H., 358. 

Griffiths, S. F. 



LONDON — Continued. 

Ivey & Ivey, 358. C. H. 

Ivey, R. H. G. Ivey. 
Jarvis & Vining, 761. C. 

G. Jarvis, J. Vining. 
Jeffery, A. 0., 24. 
Jeffery, J. Edgar, 761. 
Johnston, E. H., 457. 
McDonagh, M. P., 481. 
McEvoy, J. M., LL.B., 135. 
McKlllop, Mupphy & Gunn, 

24. J. B. McKillop, T. J. 

Murphy, J. M. Gunn. 
Macphepson & Peppin, 442. 

J. Macpherson, F. E. Per- 

rin. 
Mepedlth & Fishen, 358. 

T. G. Meredith, K.C., R. 

G. Fisher, R. M. C. 

Toothe. 
Menedith & Mepedith, 358. 

E. Meredith, K.C., W. R. 

Meredith. 
Card, Appendix Page 37. 
Purdom & Purdom, 737. 

T. H. Purdom, A. Pur- 
dom. 
Scandrett, T. W., 694. 
Tennent, D. H., 565. 
Winnett, J. W. G., 358. 

L'ORIGNAL — Co. Prescott. 
Maxwell, J., 565. 
O'Brian, C. G., K.C., 24. 

Proulx, E., 746. 

LOWVILLE, See Milton. 

LUCAN — Co. Middlesex. 
Macdiarmid, W., 24. 

LUCKNOW, Co. Bruce. 

Malcomson, P. A. (See 
Kincardine.) 

LYN, See Brockville. 

LYNDEN, See Brantford. 

LYNDHURST, See Athens. 

MADOC — Co. Hastings. 
Cross, Wm., 734. 
Stewart, D. E. K., 791. 

MAITLAND, See Brockville. 

MALLORYTOWN, See Brock- 
ville. 

MALTON, See Brampton. 
MAPLE — Co. York. 

Cook & Gilchrist. (See Tor- 
onto). 

MARKDALE — Co. Grey. 
Lucas, Raney & Henry, 640. 

Walter D. Henry. 
McCullough, P. 

MARKHAM — Co. York. 
Douglas & Gibson (See 

Toronto). 
Robinson, W. A., 469. 
Wilson, A. F., 782. 



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MARKSTAY, See Sudbury. 

MARMORA — Co. Hastings. 
McDonald, A. A. 
Wills & Wright (See Belle- 
ville). 

MARSHVILLE, See Welland. 

MASSEY, See Sudbury. 

MATHESON, See Cochrane. 

MATTAWA, See North Bay. 

MAYNOOTH, See Belleville. 

MAXVILLE, See Alexandria. 

MEADOWVALE, See Streets- 
ville. 

MEAFORD — Co. Grey. 
Albery, George G., 565. 
Barlow, J. P., 800. 
Wilson, John S., 72. 

MERLIN, See Chatham. 

MERRICKVILLE — Co. Gren- 

ville. 
Baker, A. E., 881. 

MERRITTON, See St. Cathar- 
ines. 

MICHIPICOTEN, See Sault 
Ste Marie. 

MIDDLEVILLE, See Almonte. 

MIDLAND — Co. Simcoe. 
Bennett, W. H., K.C., 156. 
Pinlayson, W. A., 243. 
Grant, Fred. W., 421. 
Storey, D. S., 356. 

MILDMAY, See Walkerton. 
MILFORD, See Picton. 
MILLBANK, See Stratford. 
MILLBROOK — Co. Durham. 

Smith, A. A., 24. 
MILLEROCHES, See Corn- 
wall. 
MILTON — Co. Halton. 

Braden, J. A. E., 395. 

Dick, W. r., 565. 

Elliott, J. W., K.C., 12. 

MILVERTON, See Listowel. 

MINDEN, See Lindsay. 

MITCHELL — Co. Perth. 
Thompson, F. H., K.C., 72. 

MONKTON, See Mitchell. 
MOOSE CREEK, See Corn- 
wall. 
MOREWOOD, See Chester- 

ville. 
MORRISBURG — Co. Dun- 
das. 
Flynn, A., 100. 
Hilliard, Irwin,- K.C., 565. 
Lyie, R. F., 72. 

Card, Appendix Page 37. 



MORTON, See Westport. 
MOUNTAIN, See Kemptville. 

MOUNT FOREST — Co. Wel- 
lington. 
Clarke, A. S., 156. 
Kilgour, R. 0., 520. 
Macgregor, M. 0., 9. 
MacMullen, J. A., 542. 
Perry, W. C, 63. 
MUIRKIRK, See Ridgetown. 
NAPANEE — Co. Lennox. 
Deroche, H. M., K.C., 24. 
English, John, 385. 
German, T. B., 421. 
Herrington, Warner & 
Grange, 622. W. S. 
Herrington, K.C., W. A. 
Grange. 
Madden, J. E., 24. 
Preston, D. H., K.G., 565. 
Rnttan, G. F., K.C., 637. 
Wilson, U. M., 356. 

Card, Appendix Page 37. 
Wilson, W. G., 418. 

NEPIGON, See Sault Ste 
Marie. 

NEWBORO, See Westport. 

NEWBURG, See Napanee. 

NEWCASTLE — Co. Durham. 
McLean, Evan, H., 571. 
(See Bowmanville). 

NEW DUNDEE, See Berlin. 

NEW GERMANY, See Berlin. 

NEW HAMBURG — Co. Water- 
loo. 
Gahan, P. A., 568. 

NEWINGTON, See Cornwall. 

NEW LISKEARD — Dist. 

Temiskaming. 
Morgan. A. N., 421. 
PumavIIle, M. F., 421. 

Card, Appendix Page 37. 
Smiley, F. L., 297. 

NEWMARKET — Co. York. 
Lennox & Choppin. H. E. 
Choppin (See Toronto). 
Robertson, T. J., 24. 
Widdifield, W. C. 216. 

NEWTON, See Listowel. 

NIAGARA FALLS — Co. Wel- 
land. 
Battle, T. F., 622. 

Card, Appendix Page 37. 
Fraser, Alex. K.C., 622. — 

Card, Appendix Page 38. 
Fraser, E. S., 622. 
Griffiths & Upper, 198. F. 
W. Griffiths, Hartley F. 
Upper. — 

Card, Appendix Page 38. 
Hill, F. W., 565. 
McBurney, F. C, 622. 
White D. B.. 520. 



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NIAGARA FALLS SOUTH, See 

Niagara Falls. 
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE — 

Go. Lincoln. 
Ingersoll & Kingstone (See 
St. Catharines). 

NORTH BAY — Dist. Nipls- 

sing. 
Brady, Gordon R., 481. 

Card, Appendix Page 38. 

Browning & Gould, 100. M. 
G. V. Gould (See Tor- 
onto). — 

Bull, Geo. L. T. 

McCurry, James H., 198. 

McGaughey & McGau^hey, 
63. G. A. McGaughey, 
G. S. McGaughey. 

McKee, T. E., 183. 

McNamara. J. M., K.G., 451. 

Valin, H. R., 213. 

NORTH COBALT, See Hailey- 
bury. 

NORTH GOWER, See Kempt- 
ville. 

NORTH LANCASTER, See 

Alexandria. 

NORVAL, See Oakville. 

NORWICH — Co. Oxford. 
Rowe, J., 72. 

NORWOOD See Havelock. 

OAKVILLE — Co. Halton. 
Cameron, D. 0. (See Tor- 
onto. 
Chisholm, W. Alex., 682. 

ODESSA, See Napanee. 

OIL SPRINGS — Co. Lamb- 
ton. 
Cowan & Co. (See Sarnia) . 

OMEMEE, See Lindsay. 

ONONDAGA, See Brantford. 

ORANGEVILLE — Co. Duffer- 
in. 
Hughson, A. A. 881. 
Irwin, W. N. 
Island, John L., 63. 
McKay, W. J. L. 
McKeown, G. R., K.C., 487. 
Robb, George 243. 

ORILLIA — Co. Simcoe. 
Corbould, C, 520. 
Evans, F. G., 520. 
Grant, Geo. D., 445. 
Hammond, J. H. 
Mulcahy, John T., 198. 

Card, Appendix Page 38. 
Robinson, S. S., 72. 
Thompson, A. B., 421. 
Tudhope, Melville B., 577. 

Card, Appendix Page 38. 



ORONO, See Bowmanville. 
ORTON, See Orangeville. 
OSGOODE STATION, See 

Kemptville. 
OSHAWA — Co. Ontario. 
Conant, G. D., 216. 
Grierson, J. F., 18. 
Morphy, Henry E., 442. 
Sinclair, W. E. N., B.A., 
LL.B., M.P.P., 418. 
Card, Appendix Page 38. 
Swanson, D. A. J., 625.* 
Card, Appendix Page 39. 

OSCEOLA, See Pembroke. 
OTTAWA— Go. Carleton. 
Aylen & Duclos, 24. Henry 
Aylen, K.C., A. W. Duc- 
los. 
Beament & Armstrong, 45. 
T. A. Beament, A. H. 
Armstrong. 
Belcourt, Ritchie & Chev» 
rlep, 565. Hon. N. A. 
Belcourt, K.C., J. A. Rit- 
chie, E. R. Chevrier. 
Card, Appendix Page 39. 

Blanchet, C. A. E., 63. 

Boutet, B. 

Bradley, R. A., 45. 

Bray, C. L., 571. 

Carss, J. O., 30. 

Champagne, N., K.G., 637. 

Christie, Greene & Hill, 565. 
John Christie, K.C., 
Wentworth Greene, H. 
P. Hill, Alex. Hill. 

Chrysler & Bethune, 520. 
Francis H. Chrysler, 
K.C., Charles J. R. Beth- 
une. 
Card, Appendix Page 39. 

Code & Burritt, 168. R. G. 

Code, K.C., E. F. Burritt. 
Code, W. J., 168. 
Daly, Edward J., 881. 

Card, Appendix Page 39. 
Ewart, Scott, Maclaren & 

Kelley, 72. J. S. Ewart, 

K.C.. W. L. Scott, G. H. 

Maclaren, Geo. D. Kelley, 

A. J. Eraser. 
Card, Appendix Page 39. 
Forward, A. J., 394. 
Frinp <^ Magee, 168. A. 

E. Fripp, K.C., D'Arcy 

Magee. 
Gamble, William. (See 

Wright & Co., Hull.) 
Gemmlll & May, 18. A. F. 

May. 
Gleeson, E. P., 355. 
Gorman, M. J., K.C., 746. 
Graham, G. D. 
Grant & McCarthy, 664. J. 

C. Grant, W. C. McCar- 
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OTTAWA— Continued. 
Greig, W. C, 571. 
Henderson, Gordon, 394. 
Hick, R. 

Hogg & Hogg, 279. W. D. 
Hogg, K.G., F. D. Hogg. 
Honeywell & Caldwell, 24. 
F. H. Honeywell, J. 
Ernest Caldwell, Percy 
D. Wilson. 
Judd, J. C. 
Kehoe, L. J., 481. 
Kidd, Geo. E., K.C., 556. 
Kidd, W. J., K.C., 394. 
Larmonth, Norman G., 520. 
Lemieux, Auguste, K.C., 

213. 
Lewis &. Smellle, 63. J. 
Travers Lewis, K.G., 
James Forman Smellle, 
Allan C. T. Lewis. — 
Card, Appendix Page 39. 
Lussier, A. E., 565. 
McDougal, D. J., 664. 
McGiverin, Haydon & Ebbs, 
640. H. B. McGiverin, 
Andrew Haydon, John P. 
Ebbs. 
Card, Appendix Page 40. 
Mclntyre, A. F., K.C. 
McLaurin & Millar, 72. 
Geo. McLaurin, LL.B., 
Haldane Millar. — 
Card, Appendix Page 40. 
McVelty, Taylor, 637. 
MacCracken, Henderson, 
Greene & Herrldge, 664. 
John L MacCracken, 
K.C, Geo. F. Henderson, 
K. C., Ainslie W. Greene, 
W. D. Herridge. 
Card, Appendix Page 40. 
Macdonnell St Honeywell, 
538. George E. Macdon- 
nell, Albert E. Honeywell. 
MacFarlane, A., 703. 
Maclean, Donald Hector, 
884. 
Card, Appendix Page 40. 
Magee, F. A. 

Murphy, Fisher & Sher- 
wood, 421. Hon. 
Charles Murphy, Harold 
Fisher, L. P. Sherwood. 
Nellis, Matheson & Thomp- 
son, 385. T. F. Nellis, J. 
Thompson, K.C, Arthur 
Ellis. 
O'Connor, M. J., K.C 
O'Meara & Graham, 24. J. 
J. O'Meara, W. N. Gra- 
ham. 
Card, Appendix Page 40. 
Orde, Powell & Lyle, 812. 
J. F. Orde, K.C, M. G. 
Powell, N. W. Lyle. 
Osborne & Broadfoot, 697. 
J. R. Osborne, S. R. 
Broadfoot. 
Palmer, W. L. 



OTTAWA— Continued. 

Percival, H. A., 565. 
Perkins, Fraser A McCor- 
micit, 851. W. C Per- 
kins, A. W. Fraser, K.C, 
Harold D. McCormick. 

Pringle & Guthrie, 758. 
Clive Pringle, N. C 
Guthrie. 

Pringle, Thompson, Bur- 
gess & Cote, 772. Rob- 
ert A. Pringle, K.C, An- 
drew T. Thompson, 
Thos. A. Burgess, L. 
Cote. 
Card, Appendix Page 41. 

Proctor, F. B., 418. 

Sims, Richard J., 664. 

Sinclair, R. V., K.C, 619. 
Card, Appendix Page 42. 

Smith & Dunlevie, 201. L. 
A. Smith, F. S. S. Dun- 
levie. — . 
Card, Appendix Page 42. 

Smith, John J., 385. 

Smith A Johnston, 622. 
Alexander Smith, Wil- 
liam Johnston, — 

Vincent, Seguin & Labelle, 
520. J. U. Vincent. K.C, 
C A. Seguin, L. P. La- 
belle. 

Warne, J. F., 851. 

Wright, Gamble & Smart. 
(See Hull, Que.) 
Card, Appendix Page 55. 

OTTERVILLE, See Wood- 
stock. 
OWEN SOUND — Co. Grey. 

Armstrong, John, 24. 
Cameron, Colin S., M.P.P., 
520.— 
Card, Appendix Page 42. 
Creasor, A. D., 24. 
Evans, R. W., 442. 
Horning, J. A., 192. 
Kilbourn & Kilbourn, 24. J. 
M. Kilbourn, F. H. Kil- 
bourn. 
Middlebro & Spereman, 24. 
W. S. Middlebro, K.C, 
M.P., Eugene C Spere- 
man. — 
Card, Appendix Page 42. 
. Tucker, H. G., 421. 

Wright, Telford & McDon- 
ald, 565. W. H. Wright, 
W. P. Telford, Jr., J. C 
McDonald. 
Card, Appendix Page 42. 
OXFORD, See Kemptville. 
PAISLEY — Co. Bruce. 

Forrester, David. 
PAKENHAM, See Almonte. 
PALERMO, See Milton. 
PALMERSTON — Co. Wel- 
lington. 
Munro, W. N., 72. 



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PARIS — Co. Brant. 
Layton, J. R., 622. 
Smoke & Sanders, 881. 

P. Smoke, K.G., H. San- 
ders. 
PARK HILL — Co. Middlesex. 
Goodman, K., K.C., 24. 
McTavish, A. D., 24. 
PARRY SOUND — Dist. Parry 

Sound. 
Haight, W. L., 421. 
PIpie & Stone, 205. E. 

Pirie, H. E. Stone. 
Powell, F. R., K.G., 637. 
Weeks, J. P.. 385. 
PEMBROKE — Co. Renfrew. 
Burritt, J. H., K.G., 565. 
Forgie, .T. G., 520. 
Irving, L., 740. 
Metcalf & Metcalf, 72. J. 

R. Metcalf. 
Reeves, J. H., 24. 
Supple, J. A., 469. 
White & Johnson, 568. 

Peter White, K.G., H. B. 

Johnson. 
White & Williams, 421. W. 

R. White, K.G., W. H. 

Williams, K.G., J. G. L. 

White. 
PENETANGUISHENE — Co. 

Simcoe. 
Hewson, W. H., 138. 
Thompson, A. B., 138. 
PERTH — Co. Lanark. 
Consitt, G. A., 24. 
Foy, C. J., 90. 
Hall, F. W., 520.— 

Card, Appendix Page 43. 
Maltoch, E. G., K.C., 664. 
Matheson & Balderson, 72. 

J. M. Balderson, K.G. 
Shaw, A. C, 72. 
Stewart & Chadwick, 881. 

John A. Stewart, H. A. 

Chadwick. 
PETERBOROUGH — Co. 

Peterborough. 
Bennet & Goodwill, 24. 

J. W. Bennet, J. E. L. 

Goodwill. 
deLaplante, Ozias, 72. 
Dixon, A. E., 881. 
Dumble & Johnston, 88. D. 

W. Dumble, K.G., W. F. 

Johnston. 
Gordon, G. N., 63. 
Creen. John, 565. 
Hall, Hayes & Hall, 881. E. 

H. D. Hall, L. M. Hayes, 

K.C., Basil D. Hall. 
Card, Appendix Page 43. 
Hall, Medd & Davidson, 

881. R. R. Hall, S. T. 

Medd, W. S. Davidson. 
Hatton, G, W., 565. 
Moore, W. H., K.G., 205. 



PETERBOROUGH — Con- 
tinued. 
O'Connell & Copkepy, 63. 

Daniel O'Connell, J, R. 

Corkery. 
Peck, Kepp & McEldeppy, 

520. E. A. Peck, F. D. 

Kerr, V. J. McElderry. 
Ruddy & Bupnham, 358 

Robert Ruddy, K.G., J. H. 

Burnham. 
Wood, R. E., 565. 

PETERSBURG, See Berlin. 

PETEWAWA, See Pembroke. 

PETROLIA — Co. Lambton. 
Greenizen, I., 421. 
Moncrieff & Willson, 881. 

G. Moncrieff, F. W. 

Willson. 

PHILIPSVILLE, See Brock- 

ville. 

PICKERING, See Oshawa. 

PICTON — Co. Prince Ed- 
ward. 
Allison, M. R., 830. 
Hubbs, R. H., 24. 
Macnee, P. C, 24. 
Walmslev, Thomas, 908. 
Young, E. M., 24. 

PLANTAGENET, See Hawkes- 

bury. 

PLATTSVILLE, See Wood- 
stock. 

POINT EDWARD, See Sarnia. 
PONTYPOOL, See Port 
Hope. 

PORCUPINE — Dist. Temiska- 
ming. 
Forbes, J. M., 700. 
Gauthiep, Gopdon H., 908. 
(Mining Recorder.) 

PORT ARTHUR — Dist. 
Thunder Bay. 

Cole, A. E., 243. 

Cowan, D. J., 356. 

Keefep, Keefep & Toweps, 
24. F. H. Keefer, K.C., 
F. H. Keefer, Jr., N. E. 
Towers. 

Kenny, M. J., 24. 

Langworthy & McComber. 
761. W. F. Langworthy, 
K.C., A. J. McComber. 

McBrady, W., 72. 

McGovepn, Apthup L., 761. 

Reeve, J., 24. 

Tupviile, W. D. B., 337. 
PORT BURWELL, See St. 

Thomas. 
PORT CARLING, See Brace- 
bridge. 



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PORT COLBORNE —Co. Wel- 
land. 
Kinnear, Louis, 631. 
Macdonald, G. S., 42. 

PORT CREDIT, See Toronto. 

PORT DALHOUSIE, See St. 

Catharines. 

PORT DOVER, See Simcoe. 

PORT ELGIN — Co. Bruce. 
Burgess, W., 72. 
Cameron, Colin S. (See 
Owen Sound). 

PORT ELMSLEY, See Perth. 

PORT HOPE — Co. Durham. 
Chisholm, D. H., 881. 
Smith, Seth S., 779. 
Ward, H. A., K.C., 24. 

White, Henry, 565. 

PORTLAND, See Athens. 

PORT PERRY — Co. On- 
tario. 
Crozier, Jno. W., 243. 
Ebbels, H. L., 565. 
Harris, W. H., 631. 

PORT ROBINSON, See Wel- 
land. 

PORT ROWAN — Co. Nor- 
folk. 
Buck, C. Stewart. 

PORT STANLEY, See St. 

Thomas. 

PORTSMOUTH, See London. 
POWASSAN, See Parry Sound. 
PRESCOTT — Co. Grenville. 
Dowsley, J. K., K.C., 156. 
French, F. J., K.C., 565. 
Halpin, P. K., 881. 
McCrea, G., 881. 
PRESTON — Co. Waterloo. 

Hanning, C. R., K.C., 243. 
PRINCETON, See Woodstock. 
QUEENSTON, See St. Cath- 
arines. 
RAINY RIVER — Dist. Rainy 
River. 
Bowie, G. S., 881. 
Croome, N. L. (See Fort 
Frances.) 
RENFREW — Co. Renfrew. 
Chown & Geale, 640. S. 

T. Chown, John Geale. 
McGarry & McVlttle, 638. 
T. W. McGarry, K.C., 
Chas. McVittie. 
Stewart, E. J., 213. 
RICHMOND, See Ottawa. 

RICHMOND HILL, See Tor- 
onto. 
RIDGETOWN — Co. Kent. 
Watson, 0. K., 520. 



RIDGEWAY, See Welland. 

RIPLEY, See Kincardine. 

ROCKLAND, See Ottawa. 

ROCKPORT, See Gananoque. 

ROCKWOOD, See Guelph. 

RODNEY — Co. Elgin. 
Shaw, J. D., 243. 

ROSEBANK, See Almonte. 

ROSENEATH, See Cobourg. 

RUSSELL, See Ottawa. 

RYDALL BANK, See Bruce 

Mines. 

ST. CATHARINES — Co. Lin- 
coln. 

Bpennan, M., 198. 

Burson, George B., 764. 

Campbell, John S., K.C., 
1 53 

Collier, H. H., K.C., 520.— 
Card, Appendix Page 43. 

Connor, C. H. 

Ingersoll & Kingstone, 851 
and 24. J. H. Ingersoll, 
K.C., A. C. Kingstone. 

Keyes, James A., 547. 

Lancaster, Campbell & Lan- 
caster, 358. E. A. Lan- 
caster, K.C., James H. 
Campbell, E. H. Lanoas- 
ter 

McCarron, M. J., 481. 

Marquis, A. W., 542. 

Peterson, George F., 72. 

ST. CHARLES, See Sudbury. 

ST. CLEMENTS, See Water- 
loo. 

ST. DAVIDS, See St. Cathar- 
ines. 

ST. EUGENE, See Hawkes- 
bury. 

ST. GEORGE, See Brantford. 

ST. JACOB'S, See Waterloo. 

ST. MARYS — Co. Perth. 
Fopd, Armour W. 

Graham, J. W., 42. 
Harstone, L., 436. 

ST. THOMAS — Co. Elgin. 
Brown, E. S. 
Cameron, W. K., 205. 
Crothers & Price, 547. T. 

W. Crothers, K.G., S. 

Price. 
Davidson, John B., 442. — 
Doherty, W. B., 24. 
Duncan, J. M., 520. 
Farley, J., K.C., 24. 
Grant, A., 418. 
Jell, H. F., 860. 
Leitch, 0. St. Clair, 565. 



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ST. THOMAS — Continued. 

McGonnell, R. H., 373. 
McCrimmon, A., 547. 
McCrimmon, M. D., 33. 
Maxwell, C. F., 637. 
Robertson, J. S., 356. 
Sanders & Ingram, 772. E. 
G. Sanders, A. A. Ingram. 
Wickett, W. L., 204. 

SAND POINT, See Arnprior. 

SANDWICH, See Windsor. 

SARNIA — Co. Lambton. 
Bucke, J. P. 
Cowan, Towers & Cowan, 

24. J. Cowan, K.C., R. 
I. Towers, Stewart Cow- 
an. 
Card, Appendix Page 43. 

Hanna, LeSueur St Mc- 
Kinley, 520. Hon. W. J. 
Hanna, K.C., R. V. Le- 
Sueur, A. I. McKinley, N. 
L. LeSueur. 

Logan, J. R., 176. 

McMillan, D. S., 183. 

Pardee, Burnham & Qurd, 
542. F. F. Pardee, K.G., 
A. S. Burnham, N. S. 
Gurd. 

Weir, A., 297. 

SAULT STE. MARIE — Dist. 

Algoma. 
Boyce & Hayward, 565. 

A. G. Boyce, K.G., M.P., 

G. H. Hayward. 
Darling & Batson, 520. J. 

L. Darling, G. A. Batson. 
Elliot, Andrew, 141. 
Hearst, Rowland & Brown, 

565. W. H. Hearst, K.G., 

P. T. Rowland, W. E. 

Brown, W. G. Atkin. 
Irvinq, J. Ewart, 72. — 

Card, Appendix Page 43. 
McEwen, James, 881. 
McFadden, U., 881. 
McNamara, V., 451. 
McPhail, J. A., 418. 
Martin, F. J. S., 24. 
O'Flynn & Goodwin, 640. 

.1. L. O'Flynn, G. W. 

Goodwin. — 
Card, Appendix Page 43. 

SCHOMBERG, See Tottenham. 
SCOTLAND — See Brantford. 
SEAFORTH — Go. Huron. 

Best, J. M., 24. 

Hays, R. S., 565. 

Holmested, F., K.C., 755. 

Proudfoot & Go. (See God- 
erich. 

SEEBRINGVILLE, See Strat- 
ford. 
SELKIRK, See Dunnville. 
SELLWOOD, See Sudbury. 



SELWYN, See Lakefleld. 

SHAKESPEARE, See Strat- 
ford. 

SHANNONVILLE, See Belle- 
ville. 

SHARBOT LAKE, See King- 
ston. 

SHEDDEN, See St. Thomas. 

SHELBURNE — Go. Dufferin. 

(See Orangeville.) 

SILVER CENTRE, See Hailey- 
bury. 

SIMCOE — Go. Norfolk. 
Atkinson & Winter, 243. T. 

R. Atkinson, A. A. Win- 

ter 
Curtis, F. E., 688. , 
Innes, H. P., K.C., 451. 
Kelly & Porter, 243. W. E. 

Kelly, K.G., J. Porter. 
Reid, F., 288. 
Slaght, Slaght & Agar, 71. 

T. R. Slaght, K.G., T. J. 

Agar. 

SMITH'S FALLS — Co. Lan- 
ark 
Hall & Hunter, 520. Hugh 

S. Hunter. 
Lavell, H. A., 24. 
McEwen, John, 472. 
Sparham & McCue, 24. B. 

E. Sparham, W. McGue. 

SMITHVILLE— Co. Lincoln. 
Davis, J.S., 622. 

SOMBRA, See Sarnia. 

SOUTH HAMPTON, See Port 
Elgin. 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN, See 

Kemptville. 

SOUTH PORCUPINE — Dist. 
Temiskaming. 
Cook, J. E. (See Cook & 

Mitchell, Toronto). 
Gauthier, Gordon H. (Min- 
ing Recorder. See Por- 
cupine.) 

SOUTH RIVER, See Parry 
Sound. 

SPARTA, See St. Thomas. 

SPENCERVILLE, See Pres- 
cott. 

SPRINGFIELD, See St. 

Thomas. 

STAYNER — Co. Slmcoe. 
Hood, John, 421. 
Sullivan, A. J: F., 42. 

STEELTON — Dist. Algoma. 
Hearst & Co. (See Sault 
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STEVENSVILLE, See Wel- 
land. 

STIRLING — Co. Hastings. 
Thrasher, G. G., 520. 

STITTSVILLE, See Wellana. 

STONEY CREEK, See Hamil- 
ton. 

STOUFFVILLE — Co. York. 
McCullough & Button, 523. 
James McCullough, F. L. 
Button. 
Sangster, F. H., 538. 

STRATFORD — Co. Perth. 
Blewett, F. R., K.C., 520. — 
Card, Appendix Page 44. 

Harding & Owens, 565. R. 

T. Harding, W. G. Owens. 
Lawrence, W., 24. 
McPherson & Davidson, 72. 

G. G. McPherson, K.C., 

J. A. Davidson. 
Makins, J. C, K.C., 192. 
Robertson & Coughlin, 24. 

R. S. Robertson, J. J. 

Coughlin. 

STRATHROY — Co. Middle- 

sex. 
Ross '& Bixel, 198. D. C. 

Ross, A. W. Bixel. 
Traver, Elliott. 

STREETSVILLE — See 

Brampton. 

STURGEON FALLS — Dist. 
Nipissing. 
Bradford, Jesse, 631. 
Philion, J. A., 90. 

SUDBURY — Dist Sudbury. 
Buchanan, G. E., 421. 
Clary, J. H., 565. 
Clement, P. A., 198. 
Fowler, Joseph, 761. 

Card, Appendix Page 44. 

McCrea & Valin, 637. Chas. 

McCrea, G. J. Valin. 
McKessock & Miller, 721. 

R. R. McKessock, K.C., 

G. M. Miller. 
McKessock, J. S. 
Meldrum, A. D., 100. 
Mulligan, J. A., 100. 

SUNDERLAND, See Uxbridge. 

SUTTON — Co. York. 
Crozier, A., 18. 

SYDENHAM, See Kingston. 

TAMWORTH, See Napanee. 

TARA — Co. Bruce. 
Start, C. E., 418. 

TAVISTOCK, See Stratford. 

TECUMSEH, See Windsor. 



TEESWATER, See Walkerton. 

TEMAGAMI, See Haileybury. 

THAMESFORD, See Ingersoll. 

THAMESVILLE — Co. Kent. 
Coutts, John. 

THEDFORD, See Forest. 

THESSALON — Dist. Algoma. 
Darling & Batson (See S. 

Ste. Marie). 
Williams, T. E., K.C.. 881. 

THORNBURY — Co. Grey. 
Dyre, T. H., 418. 

THORNDALE, See St. Mary's. 

THORNHILL, See Toronto. 

THORNTON, See Forest. 

THOROLD Co. Welland. 
Casey, F. W., 688. 

TILBURY — Co. Kent. 

Gundy & Brackin (See 
Chatham). 

TILLSONBURG — Co. Ox- 
ford. 
Brown, W. C, 442. 
Carruthers, J., 637. 
Sinclair, V. A., 622. 

TIMMINS, See Porcupine. 

TIVERTON, See Walkerton. 

TOLEDO, See Athens. 

TOTTENHAM — Co. Simcoe. 
Fraser, James, 12. 
Gordon, M. 

TRALEE, See Listowel. 

TRENTON — Co. Hastings. 
Abbott, Archibald. 
Forbes, Alex., 156. 
0»Rourke, T. A., 481. 
Ostrom, G. W., 72. 
Young, S. J., 24. 

TWEED — Co. Hastings. 
Collins, A. B. 

Wills & Wright (See Belle- 
ville). 

UNION, See St. Thomas. 

UXBRIDGE — Co. Ontario. ^ 
Ormiston, W. S., 297. 

Card, Appendix Page 53. 

Sharpe & Cooke, 24. Sam- 
uel S. Sharpe, LL.B., H. 
P. Cooke. 

VANKLEEK HILL — Co. 

Prescott. 

Hall, W. S., 682. 

Maxwell & Labrosse, 565. 
J. Maxwell, Raoul La- 
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VERNER, See Sudbury. 
VERONA, See Kingston. 

VICTORIA HARBOUR, See 

Barrie. 

VICTORIA MINES, See Sud- 
bury. 

VICTORIA ROAD, See Lind- 
say. 

WALDEMA|^|e* Orangeville. 

WALEjf , SeljBirnwSll. 

WALKERTON — Co. Bruce. 

Collins, A^^,,^X&*- — " 
Dixori^'l'iuiuoio, 469. 
Klein, Otto E., 622. 
Robertson & McNab, 451. 

D. Robertson, K.C., A. E. 

McNab. 
Scott, J. H., K.C., 72. 

WALKERVILLE — Co. Essex. 
Coburn, J. H., 72. 
Gordon, Albert J. 

WALLACEBURG — Co. Kent. 
Carscallen, A. B., 385. 
Fraser, J. S., K.C., 770. 
McDougall, A., 688. 

WARKWORTH — Co. North- 
umberland. 
Webb, F. L. (See Col- 
borne). 

WARREN, See Sudbury. 

WARSAW, See Lakefield. 

WATERDOWN, See Hamilton. 

WATERFORD, See Windsor. 

WATERLOO — Co. Waterloo. 
Haight, James C, 356. 
McBride & Mackenzie, 542. 

A. B. McBride, E. W. 

Mackenzie. 

WATFORD — Co. Lambton. 

Cowan & Co. (See Sarnia). 
Fitzgerald, W. E., 547. 

WEBBWOOD, See Sudbury. 

WELLAND — Co. Welland. 
Cowper, T. D., 228. 
German & Morwood, 571 

W. M. German, K.C., H 

R. Morwood. 
Gross, J. F., 565. 
Macoomb, H. W., 520. 
Pettit, George H., 42. 
Raymond & Spencer, 243. 

L. C. Raymond, K.C., 

Lynn B. Spencer. — 
Card, Appendix Page 54. 

Rose, H. A., 228. 

WELLESLEY, See Berlin. 



WELLINGTON, See Picton. 

WEST LORNE — Co. Elgin. 

Robertson, J. S. (See St. 
Thomas). 

WESTMEATH, See Pembroke. 

WEST MONTROSE, See 

Waterloo. 

WESTON, See Toronto. 

WESTPORT — Co. Leeds. 
Ewart, W. M., 881. 

WEST TORONTO, See Tor- 
onto. 

WHEATLEY, See Chatham. 

WHITBY — Co. Ontario. 
Christian, A. E., 93. 
Farewell, J. E., K.C., 72. 
Rutledge, Jas. 72. 

Smith, G. Y., 385. 

WIARTON — Co. Bruce. 
Wright, Telford & McDon- 
ald. (See Owen Sound.) 

WICKLOW, See Colborne. 

Williamsburg, See Morris- 
burg. "* 

WILLIAMSFORD, See Owen 

, Sound. 

WILLIAMSTOWN— Co. Glen- 
garry. 
Watson, G. A., 746. 

WINCHESTER —Co. Dundas. 
Hart, George C, 788. 

WINCHESTER SPRINGS, See 

Morrisburg. 
WINDSOR — Co. Essex. 

Baptlet & Bartlet, 24. A. 

R. Bartlet, Walter G. 

Bartlet, Geo. A. Urqu- 

hart. 
Clay, H., 520. 
Davis & Healy, 356. F. D. 

Davis, A. F. Healy. 
Elhs & Elhs, 228. H. T. 

W. Elhs, K.C., A. St. 

G. Elhs, R. A. Junor. 
Fleming & Drake, 520. 0. 

E. Fleming, K.C., Arthur 

Drake. 
Poster, Anson H. 
Kenning & Cleary, 356. E. 

C. Kenning, E. A. Cleary. 
Card, Appendix Page 54. 

Kerby, F. C, 370. 

Morton & Cuddy. T. Mer- 
cer Morton, Sutherland 
Cuddy. 

Panet, A. P. E. 

Rodd, WIgle & McHugh, 
520. J. H. Rodd, E. S. 
Wigle, K.C., T. Gerald 
McHugh. 



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WINDSOR— Continued. 

Sale, J., 370. 

Sheppard, M. 

Templeton, James. 
WINGHAM — Go. Huron. 

Holmes, D., K.G., 380. 

Morton, J. A., 385. 

Vanstone, R., 722. 

WINTERBOURNE, See Water- 
loo. 

WINONA, See Hamilton. 

WOLFE ISLAND, See King- 
ston. 

WOODBRIDGE — Co. York. 
Skeans, W. A. (See To- 
ronto.) 
Wallace, J. PI. G. (See 
Toronto.) 

iA/OODVILLE — Co. Victoria. 
McLaughlin & Co. (See 
Lindsay). 



WOODSTOCK — Co. Oxford. 
Ball, Alfred S., K.C., 63. 

Ball, R. N., 385. 

Little, H. A., 176. 

McDonald, Peter, 18. 

McKay & Mahon, 24. S. G. 
McKay, K.C., G. P. Ma- 
hon. 

McMullen, W. T., 228. 

Nellis, J. H., 24. 

Pearson, F. L., B.A., 881. — 
Card, Appendix Page 54. 

Wallace, J. G., K.G., 734. 

West, W. S., 63. 
WOODVILLE, See Lindsay. 
WOOLER, See Trenton. 
WROXETER, See Wingham. 
WYOMING, See Petrolia. 
YARKER, See Napanee. 
YOUNG'S POINT, See Lake- 
field. 
ZURICH, See Goderich. 



ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 105 



ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS 
AND LIMITS OF THE RESPECTIVE DIVISIONS 

The Division Court Calendars are given for each county where 
ic is possible to obtain them before going to press. 

J. Bruce Macdonald, Inspector, Parliament Buildings, Toronto. 

Correspondence should he addressed to the Cleric, giving 
Number of Division. 



ALGOMA- |^I^I^^5|S^S 

1. Sault Ste. Marie 10.00 a.m. 27 24 2-1 28 26 23 28 . . 22 27 24 22 

2. Bruce Mines 9.00 a.m. 30 . . . . 24 . . 26 23 . . .. 

3. Thessalon " 29 .... 23 .. 25 22 ... . 

6. Hilton ** ....... 28 .. 30 ... . 8 . . . . 

7. Blind River " 28 .... 22 .. 24 21 . . . . 

1. — Bounded west by Thunder Bay District, 8 5th parallel of 
west longitude and east by Barr River, including all the islands in 
front. 

2. — Bounded west by Barr River and east by the westerly 
boundary of the Townships of Thessalon, Kirkwood, Bridge- 
land, Houghton and Otter, and by said boundary line of the last 
live named townships produced northerly. 

3. — Bounded west by the western boundary of the Townships of 
Thessalon, Kirkwood, Bridgeland, Houghton and Otter, and 
the boundary line of the last five townsnips produced northerly, 
and on the east by a line produced northerly between the town- 
ships of Bright and Thompson to the northerly boundary of the 
District of Algoma, produced northerly. 

6.- — Consisting of St. Joseph's Island. 

7. — To comprise all that part of the District lying east of the 
eastern boundary of the Third Division, including the village of 
Cutler and John's Island. 

BKANT — i^f^^<^>^>^<wO^Q 

1. Brantford 10.00 a.m. 232111.... 2121 

....: 10.00 am. 16 17 16 15 15 26 . . .. 16 15 16 . . 

" Jury Sittings .. 6 .. .. 8 18 . . 6 .. 

2. Paris.. 10.00a.m. 6 5 4 3 6 2.... 421 4 .. 

3. St. George 10.00 a.m. 8.... 9 7 4.... 3 8 5.. 

4. Burford 11.00 a.m. 12 . . 6 6 5 5 .. .. 9 .. 10 .. 

5. Scotland 10.00 a.m. It . . 17 24 . . 24 , . . . 11 . . 12 . . 

1. — The City of Brantford and that part of the township of 
Brantford not included in the other divisions hereinafter described. 
The Townships of Onondaga and Tuscarora and that part of the 
Township of Brantford lying south of the main road from Brantford 
to Hamilton and east of Fairchild's Creek. 

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106 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 

2. — The Town of Paris and that part of South Dumfries west 
of the line between lots 18 and 19, and ithat part of the first con- 
cession of the Township of Brantford lying west of a continuation 
of the last-mentioned line. 

3. — The remainder of the Township of South Dumfries and of 
the first concession of the Township of Brantford. 

4. — The ten northern concessions of the Township of Burford, 
and all that part of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions of the 
Township of Brantford, west of the line between lots numbers 10 
and 11, and that portion of the Kerr tract west of the continuation 
of the last-mentioned line. 

5. — The Township of Oakland, the four southern concessions of 
the Township of Burford and lots numbers 1 to 5, inclusive, in the 
ranges east and west of the Mount Pleasant Road, in the Township 
of Brantford, adjoining the Township of Oakland. 

BRUCE — h^tL,g<jlg^^H^<5cg0!z50 

1. Walkerton 10.00 a.m. 5 5 5 2 5 5 

2. Teeewater- 1.00 p.m. 6 .... 28 

3. Kincardine 10.00 a.m. . . 12 . . 23 . . 19 

4. Paisley 12 .. 11 ., 7 

5. Port Elgin 13 . . 12 . . 8 



g (Tiverton 24 

' \ Underwood 14 



7. Tara 21 . . 19 . . 12 . . 

8. Wiarton 22 . . 20 . . 13 . . 

9. Ripley 11 . . 22 . . 18 

10. Lion's Head 23 14 . . 

11. Lucknow 10 .. 21 .. 17 

12. Chesley 20 . . 18 . . 11 . , 



1. — The Town of Walkerton and the Township of Carrick and 
the Township of Brant, south of the 12th concession, in the lots up 
to No. 26, and south of the 10th concession. In lots 26 to 34, 
inclusive. 

2. — The Village of Teeswater, the Townships of Culross and 
Greenock south of the 12 th concession. 

3. — The Town of Kincardine, the Township of Kincardine, lying 
south of the 10th concession. 

4. — The Village of Paisley, and that part of the Township of 
Brant lying north of 11th concession and west of lot 26. That part 
of Greenock lying north of concession 11; lots 2 6 to 35, inclusive, 
in the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th concessions of the 
Township of Bruce; and Saugeen, east of a line between lots 28 
and 29, and south of the proportion of the town line between Arran 
and Elderslie to the Saugeen River. All Elderslie lying west of 
the 25th side line and south of the 12th concession. And also that 
part lying north of concession 11 and west bf lot 17. 

5. — All of the Township of Amabel lying north of the 10th 
concession. Port Elgin and Southampton, and all Saugeen not in 
No. 4, and Arran, west of the line between lots 10 and 11, north of 
Arran Lake and its outlet, and Amabel, south of concession 11, 
and west of concession C, and concessions 8, 9 and 10. 

6. — The Village of Tiverton and all the Township of Bruce, 
except that part included in No. 4, and all Kincardine north of the 
9th concession. 



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7. — Tara and all Arran, not in No. 5, and all Elderslie, not in 
Nos. 4 and 12, and Amabel, south of the 8th concession and east of 
concession lettered C. 

8. — The Town of Wiarton, the Township of Albemarle and that 
part of Amabel not in Nos. 5 and 7. 

9. — The Township of Huron. 

10. — The Townships of Eastnor, Lindsay, and St. Edmunds. 

11. — Lucknow and the Township of Kinloss. 

12. — Chesley and those parts of Brant and Elderslie not in- 
cluded in Nos. 1, 4 and 7. 

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1. Ottawa, Adjourned Cases and 

Judgment Sum's 10. 00 a.m. 26 23 23 27 18 22 
Regular List.... 10.00a.m. 28 25 25 29 27 24 

2. Richmond 10.00 a.m. 6 . . 3 . . 5 . . 

3. Carp 1.00p.m. 8 .. 5 . . 12 . . 

4. Galetta 1.00 p.m. 15 . . 19 . . 14 . . 

5. North Gower 10.00 a.m. 22 . . 12 . . 19 . . 

6. Metcalfe 11.00am. 13 .. 10 .. 21 .. 

7. Westboro 10.00 a.m. 7.. 4.. 6.. 

1. — Comprising all the City of Ottawa and the Township of 
Gloucester, to lot 15, inclusive, Rideau Front, and concessions 1 and 
6, inclusive, Ottawa Front and the islands in the Ottawa River 
opposite thereto. 

2. — The Township of Goulbourne, the 8th, 9th and 10th con- 
cessions of the Township of Marlborough, all the Township of 
Nepean south of the river Goodwood, and the 4th, 5th and 6th 
concessions thereof north of the same river to the boundary line 
between lots 20 and 21 in the last mentioned concession. 

3. — The Township of Huntley and the Township of March, ex- 
cept lots 1 to 5, inclusive, in concessions 1, 2, 3 and 4 thereof. 

4. — The Townships of Fitzroy and Torbolton. 

5. — The Township of North Gower, Long Island in the Rideau 
River, and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th concessions of Marl- 
borough. 

6. — The Township of Osgoode, the 6th, 7th and 8th concessions 
Ottawa Front, and from lots 16 to 30, inclusive of the Rideau 
Front of the Township of Gloucester. 

7. — The Township of Nepean, except the City of Ottawa, and 
part of the said Township lying south of the River Goodwood and 
concessions 4, 5 and 6, north of the River Goodwood to the bound- 
ary line between lots 2 and 21 in the said last mentioned conces- 
sions and including lots 1 to 5, inclusive, in concessions 1, 2, 3 
and 4, in the Township of March. 

DUFFERIN- ISl^l^^^l^^P 

1. Orangeville 6337727.. 1631 

2. Shelburne 13 . . 10 . . 10 . . 14 . . 8 . . 10 . . 

3. Stanton 14 . 11 . . 11 . . 15 . . 9 . . 11 . . 

4. Mono Mills 3.. 7.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 17.. 

5. Grand Valley 8.. 5.. 5.. 2.. 3.. 5.. 



108 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 

1. — The Town of Orangeville, the Township of East Garafraxa 
and all that portion of the Township of Amaranth lying south of 
the southern boundary of lot No. 26, in each concession in the 
Township of Amaranth. 

2. — The Village of Shelburne, the Township of Melancthon, and 
all that portion of the Township of Amaranth lying north of the 
southern boundary of lot number 26, in each concession of the 
Township of Amaranth. 

3. — The Township of Mulmur. 

4. — The Township of Mono. 

5. — The Township of East Luther. 

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ELGIN- >^&^ ^i ^^^ i§& a 

1 Aylmer Friday, 9 a. m 16 13 13 17 15 26 26 21 25 30 27 18 

f Fingal Wednesday, lOa.ra. 7 .. .. 1 .. .. 8 . . . . 28 . . . . 

2 I Pt. Stanley Friday, 10 a.m 6 .... 19 ... . 4 . . . . 4 



I Yarmouth 



Centre. . .Friday, 10 a.m. . . . 23 . . . . 24 . . . . 17 . . . . 23 . . . . 

rSt. Thomas.... Wednesday,10a.m. 14 11 11 15 13 24 15 19 16 14 11 23 
3 } Judgment 

[ SummonsesWednesday, 10a.m. . . 18 . . 22 . . 10 . . 26 . . 21 . . 30 

( Button .Thursday, 9 a.m. .. 8.. 5.. 7.. 9.. 3. .12.. 

4 1 West Lome .... Thursday, 9am... . 19 . . 23 . . 25 . . 20 . . 29 . . 31 

[Rodney Thursday, 9 a.m. . . 29 . . 26 . . 21 . . 16 . . 24 . . 19 . . 

1. — The Townships of Bayham, Malahide and South Dorchester. 
2. — The Townships of Southwold and Yarmouth (except the 
City of St Thomas). 

3. — The City of St. Thomas. 

4. — The Townships of Aldborough and Dunwich. 

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1 . Sandwich 23 . . 20 . . . . 19 . . . . 

2. Amherstburg 21 . . 18 . . . . 17 . . . . 

3. Kingsville 28 . . 25 . - . . 24 . . . . 

4. Harrow 27 .. 26 .. .. 23 .. .. 

5. Leamington 29 . . 26 . . . . 25 . . .. 

6. Belle River 19 . . 16 . . . . 15 . . . . 

7. Windsor 15 12 12 16 14 11 .. .. 

8. Essex 20 .. 17 .. .. 16 .. .. 

9. Comber 30 . . 27 . . . 26 . . . . 

10. Pelee Island 29 

1. — Town of Sandwich and Township of Sandwich West. 

2. — Town of Amherstburg and the Townships of Alden and 
Anderdon. 

3. — The Village of Kingsville, and all that part of the Township 
of Gosfield not included in division No. 8. 

4. — The Township of Colchester South, and all Colchester North 
south of the 9th concession, exclusive of the said concession, and the 
lots on both sides of Maiden Street. 

5. — Township of Mersea and Town of Leamington. 

6. — The Township of Rochester, the Village of Belle River, the 
first concession of the Township of Maidstone, and all north of the 
Middle Road in the said Township of Maidstone. 



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ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 109 

7. — City of Windsor, the Town of Walkerville, and all of 
Sandwich East north of the Talbot Street range. 

8. — The Town of Essex, and all of the Township of Maidstone 
lying west of the first concession and south of the Middle Road; so 
much of Sandwich East as is south of Talbot Street , including the 
lots on both sides of said street to Nos. 306 and 307; all of Col- 
chester north of the 9th concession, including said concession and 
lots on both sides of Maiden Street, and all that part of Gosfield 
lying north of concession 6, and extending as far east from the 
limits between Gosfield and Colchester as lots No. 12, including 
such lot in each concession north of concession 6, inclusive. 

9. — The Townships of Tilbury West and Tilbury North. 

10. — The Township of Pelee. 



FRONTENAC — ^^ 

1. Kingston.... 9.30am. 6 

2. Cataraqui....! 0.00 a.m. 22 
6. Sydenham... 10 00 a.m. 20 

4. Verona 10.00 a.m. 9 

5. Sunbury 10 00 a.m. 7 

6. SharbotLake 9.00 a.m. 15 

7. Arden 9.00 a.m. 14 

1. — City of Kingston, Township of Garden Island, Wolfe Island, 
Howe Island, and part of the Township of Pittsburg. 

2. — Cataraqui, the Township of Kingston and the Village of 
Portsmouth. 

3. — Loughboro', the Townships of Loughboro' and Bedford. 

4. — Verona, Townships of Portland and Hinchinbrooke. 

5. — Sunbury, the Township of Storrington and part of the 
Township of Pittsburg. 

6. — The Townships of Olden, Oso, Barrie, Clarendon, Palmer- 
ston. Miller, Canonto, and South Canonto. 

7. — The Township of Kennebec. 

GREY — ^fx,S<lS^^H^-i1:cO^Q 

1. Owen Sound 10.00 a.m. 6337527.. 1631 

2. Durham 10.00a.m. 14 .. 11 .. 13 .. 9 .. 9 .. 11 .. 

3. Meaford 10.00 a.m. 8.. 5.. 7.. 2.. 3.. 5.. 

4. Thornburv 10.00 a.m. 9.. 6.. 8.. 3.. 4.. 6.. 

K /Fleeherton 9.00 a. m 15 26 4 

^•iDundalk 9.00 a.m. ..18 17 14 . . . . 

6. Chatsworth 2.00 p.m. . . 19 . . 16 . . 18 . . 27 . . 15 . . 5 

7. Hanover 3.00p.m. 13 . . 10 . . 12 . . 8 8 . . 10 . . 

8. Markdale 10 00a m. .. 17 .. 14 .. 16 .. 25 .. 13 .. 3 

1. — The City of Owen Sound, the Village of Brooke and the 
Townships of Derby, Keppel, Sarawak and Sydenham. 

2. — The Town of Durham, the Township of Egremont, and 
those portions of the Townships of Bentinck, Normanby and Glenelg 
as follows: — That part of the Township of Bentinck lying east of 
the line between lots 30 and 31 in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd concessions 
south of the Durham Road, and in concessions 1, 2 and 3 north of 
the Durham Road, and east of the line between lots 15 and 16 in 



110 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 

concessions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 thereof. That 
part of the Township of Normanby lying east of the line between 
lots 20 and 21, in the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 
13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th concessions, and all of the 
Township of Glenelg, excepting that portion lying east of the line 
between lots 10 and 11 in the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 
14th, and 15th concessions thereof. 

3. — The Town of Meaford, the Township of St. Vincent, and 
that part of the Township of Euphrasia, lying west of the line 
between the 6th and 7th concessions, and north of the line between 
lots 15 and 16. 

4. — The Township of CoUingwood and the east half of the 
Township of Euphrasia, excepting that part thereof lying between 
the 4th and 5th concessions and south of the lots between 12 and 
13, and east half of the Township of O spray. 

5. — The Township of Proton, the west half of the Township of 
Osprey, and those parts of the Township of Artemesia consisting of 
the ranges of lots lying parallel to the Toronto and Sydenham Road, 
and south of the line between lots 130 and 131, and concessions 1, 
2 and 3, south of the Durham Road, and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 north 
of the said Durham Road, and those portions of concessions 7, 8 
and 9 lying east of the ranges of lots parallel with the Toronto and 
Sydenham Road, and those portions of concessions 10, 11, 12, 13 
and 14 lying east of the line between lots 30 and 31. 

6. — The Township of Sullivan and the Township of Holland, 
excepting those portions of concessions 9, 10, 11 and 12 lying 
south of the line between lots 15 and 16, and those portions of 
concessions 7 and 8 west of the ranges of lots lying parallel with the 
Toronto and Sydenham Road, and the ranges of lots lying parallel 
with the Toronto and Sydenham Road and south of the line between 
lots 50 and 51. 

7. — All the lots from 1 to 30, inclusive, in the three concessions 
south and in the three concessions north of the Durham Road in the 
said Township of Bentinck, and all the lots from 1 to 15, inclusive, 
in the 12th concession, from the 4th to the 15th concessions, inclu- 
sive, of the said Township of Bentinck, and all the lots from 1 to 
20, inclusive, in all the concessions from 4 to 18, inclusive, in the 
Township of Normanby aforesaid. 

8. — All the lots from 51 to 130, inclusive, in all the concessions 
parallel to and being northeast and southwest of the Toronto and 
Sydenham road, in the Townships of Artemesia, Glenelg and Hol- 
land aforesaid; all lots to the westward of the dividing line between 
lots 30 and 31, in all the concessions from 10 to 14, inclusive, and 
all the lots from 1 to 5 in the 7th, 8th and 9th concessions, inclu- 
sive, which lie to the southwest of the third concession, southwest 
of the said Toronto and, Sydenham road, in the said Township of 
Artemesia; all the lots from 1 to 15, inclusive, in concessions 5 and 
6, and all the lots from 1 to 15, inclusive, in the concessions from 7 
to 12, inclusive, in the Township of Euphrasia; all lots south of the 
allowance for road between lots 15 and 16, in the 9th, 10th, 11th 
and 12th concessions, and from lots 25 to 30, inclusive, on the 7th 
concession, and lots 28, 29 and 30 in the 8th concession of the said 
Township of Holland; and all the lots lying east of the allowance 
for road between lots 10 and 11 in all the concessions from 7 to 15, 
inclusive, in the Township of Glenelg. 



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HALDIMAND— 

1. Caledonia 9.30 a.m. 

2. Cayuga 10.00 a.m. 

8. Dunnville 10.00 a.m. 

. / Jarvis • 10.30 a.m. 

^* I Hagersville 10.30 a.m. .. 2.. 6.. 1.. 3.. 5.. 7 

5. Canfield 10.00 a.m. 16 . . 13 . . 15 . . 17 . . 11 . . 13 . . 

1. — Comprising the Township of Seneca, except the first and 
second concessions, the Young Tract, and the property of the late 
Richard Martin and the late Robert Weir; all of the Township of 
Oneida, except the first range north of the Cayuga line, the Dennis 
tract, and the lots southerly of the said tract, and the Village of 
Caledonia. 

2. — Comprising the Township of North Cayuga, except that por- 
tion thereof lying northeast of the side line between lots 12 and 13 
and 1st and 2nd concessions of the Township of Seneca, except that 
portion thereof lying northeast of the said line between lots 12 and 
13, the Young tract, and the lands of the late Robert Weir and 
Richard Martin, Esquires, in the said Township of Seneca, the first 
range of Oneida north of the Cayuga line, also the Dennis tract and 
river lots lying south, and the Townships of Rainham and South 
Cayuga. 

3. — Comprising the Townships of Moulton, Sherbrooke and 
Dunn, and the Town of Dunnville. 

4. — Comprising the Township of Walpole and the Village of 
Hagersville. 

5. — Comprising the Township of Canboro', that portion of North 
Cayuga lying east of the side line between lots 12 and 13, and those 
parts of the 1st and 2nd concessions of the Township of Seneca 
lying northeast of the side line between lots 12 and 13. 

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HALIBURTON — vf| ;S ^ -? ^ 

1. Minden 10.00 a.m 12 .. .. 

2. Haliburton..l0.00a.m 11 .. .. 

o f Gooderbam 9.00a.m 18 .. .. 

•^- \ Wilberforce 9 00 a.m 19 . . . . 

4 Dorset 10.00 a.m. .. 21 .. .. 21 

(Annexed to Victoria for Judicial Purposes.) 

1. — The Townships of Glamorgan and Snowden, except tjiat por- 
tion of both included in the third division, and all of the Township 
of Snowden, Lutterworth, Minden, Anson, Stanhope, Hindon. 

2. — The Townships of Dysart, Guilford, Harburn, Dudley, Har- 
court and Bruton, and that portion of Monmouth not included in 
the third division. 

3. — All the rest of the territory comprising Township of Mon- 
mouth (except lots 1 and 19, inclusive), in the 13th, 14th, 15th, 
16th and 17th concessions; the south twelve concessions of the 
Township of Glamorgan, and from lot 21, inclusive, to the eastern 
boundary in the south six concessions of Snowden. 

4. — The Townships of Shelburne, McClintock, Livingstone, 
Lawrence, Nightingale, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde. 



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HALTON- illlllllllll 

1. Milton 10.30 a.m. 

2. Oakville 12.30p.m. 

3. Georgetown 10. 00 a.m. 

4. Acton 10.15a.m. 

5. Campbellville 10.00 a.m. 

6. Burlington 11.00 a.m. 



Calendar not compiled by Jan. 15th. 



1. — AH the territory comprised in the new survey of the Town- 
ship of Trafalgar, and the first ten lots in concessions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
and 6 in the Township of Esquesing, and the first five lots in con- 
cessions 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 in the said township. 

2. — That part of the Township of Trafalgar known as the Old 
Survey. 

3. — All the rest of the territory comprised in concessions 8, 9, 
10 and 11 in the Township of Esquesing not comprised in the first 
division. 

4. — All the rest of the territory comprised in concessions 1, 2, 
3, 4, 5 and 6, Township of Esquesing. 

5. — The Township of Nassegaweya. 

6. — The Township of Nelson. 

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1. Belleville . 10 00 a.m. 6 2 2 6 4 8 28 

„ / fit. Oia 10.00 a.m. 13 . . 13 . . 5 23 

"^^ tCoeHill 10.00 am 

3. Shannonvile lO.OOa.m 3 .. .. 9 

4. Tweed lO.OOa.m. 16 . . 20 . . 8 26 

5. Stirling. 9 00 a.m. 20 . . 17 . . 5 23 

6. Madoc lO.OOa.m. 15 . . 19 . . 7 25 

7. Deseronto 9.00a.m. 7 .. 5 . . 12 18 

9. Trenton 9.00 am. 9 10 10 14 14 16 

10. Marmora 10 00 a.m. 21 . . 18 . . 6 24 

11. Maynooth 9.30 a.m. 7 .. 4 29 . . 17 

12. Bancroft 10. 10 a.m. 9 .. 6 .. 1 19 

1. — To comprise the City of Belleville and the Township of 
Thurlow; also all that portion of the Township of Sidney, lying 
south of the 8th concession and east of the line between lots 18 
and 19. 

2. — Comprising the Townships of Wollaston, Limerick and 
Cashel, and the six northerly concessions of the Townships of Tudor 
and Grimsthorpe, and all those parts of the Township of Lake, 
in all the concessions thereof lying north of lots 21; in said conces- 
sions, all in the County of Hastings. 

3. — The Township of Tyendinaga, except that part called 
Deseronto. 

4. — The Township of Hungerford. 

5. — AIL that part of the Township of Sidney which lies to the 
north of the 8th concession, and to the east of lot No. 6, in each 
concession north of the 8th, concession, and all that part of the 
Township of Rawdon which lies to the south of the 9th concession. 



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and that part of the Township of Huntingdon south of the 5th con- 
cession; also Block A and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, in the 8th and 
9th concessions of the Township of Sydney heretofore forming part 
of the 2nd division, together with all that portion of the Township 
of Sydney lying north of the 7th concession, and east of the line 
between lots 6 and 7. 

6. — The Township and Village of Madoc, all that part of the 
Township of Huntingdon north of the 6th concession of said town- 
ship, and all of the Townships of Tudor and Grimsthorpe, except 
the northerly six concessions of each of the said townships. 

7. — The Village of Deseronto. 

9. — The Town of Trenton, and all that part of the Town- 
ship of Sidney which lies to the west of lot 7 in each of the conces- 
sions of the township, including Mill Island. Also all of said Town- 
ship of Sidney lying south of the 8th concession and west of the 
line between 18 and 19, and east of the line between lots 6 and 7. 

10. — The Township of Marmora, that part of the Township of 
Lake lying south of lot 22 in all the concessions thereof, and all 
that part of the Towship of Rawdon which lies north of the 8th 
concession thereof. 

11. — The Townships of Herschell, Monteagle, Carlow, Bangor, 
Wicklow and McClure. 

12. — The Townships of Faraday, Dungannon and Mayo, and the 
Village of Bancroft. 

1. Goderich 10.00a.m. 3221112.. 1121 

2. Seaforth 9.00 a.m. 26 . . 17 . . 19 . . 3 . . 22 . . 17 . . 

3. Clinton 9.00 a.m. 28 . . 19 . . 21 . . 4 .. 3 . . 19 . 

4 Brussels 1 .00 p.m. 14 . . 11 . . 6.. 8 . . 16 . . 11 . . 

5. Exeter 9.30a.m. .. 4 .... 12 9 .. .. 3 

6. Dungannon 10.00 a.m. .. 10 .... 26 ...... 24 ... . 8 

7. Bayfield 10.00 a.m. .. 12 .... 28 26 .... 10 

8. Wingham 9.00 a.m. 15 . . 12 . . 7 .. 9 .. 17 .. 12 .. 

9. Gorrie 9.00 a.m. 13 . . 10 . . 5 .. 7 . . 15 . . 10 . . 

10. Zurich 10.00a.m. .. 3 .... 11 8 .. .. 2 

11. Crediton 10.00 a.m. .. 5 .... 13 10 . . . . 4 

12. Blyth 9.00. a.m. .. 6 .... 14 21 ... 7 

1. — Comprising the Town of Goderich, that part of the Township 
of Goderich to the north of the Cut Line and the Huron Road until 
the same meets the road allowance between the 13th and 14th 
concessions, then back along the Huron Road to its juntion with 
the Cut Line, then west by the road allowance between concessions 
1 1 and 12 to the River Maitland, then along the River Maitland to 
Goderich, together with the Township of Colborne. 

2. — Comprising the Township of McKillop, the Town of Sea- 
forth, and all that portion of the Township of Tuckersmith not 
included in the third division. 

3. — Comprising all that portion of the Township of Hullett 
south of the blind line between the 7th and 8th concessions of the 
Township of Hullett, that part of the Township of Goderich not 
included in Nos. 1 and 7, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions, Town- 
ship of Stanley, 1st and 2nd concessions. Township of Tuckersmith, 
L.R.S., north of lot 15, and that portion west of side road between 
lots 25 and 26, H.R.S., and Town of Clinton. 



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4. — Comprising the Township of Grey, all of the Township of 
Morris east of the side road between lots Nos. 10 and 11 (which is 
not included in No. 12), and the Village of Brussels. 

5. — Comprising the Township of Usborne and th,e Village of 
Exeter. 

6. — Comprising the Townships of Ashfield and all West 
Wawanosh, except that portion east of Maitland River. 

7. — Comprising the Township of Goderich, south of Cut Line 
and Huron Road until the same joins the road between the 12th 
and 14th concessions of the Township of Goderich; thence along 
the said concessions until the same joins the River Bayfield, all 
Stanley not included in No. 3, and the Village of Bayfield. 

8. — Comprising the Village of Wingham, the Township of Turn- 
buryv all that part of East Wawanosh not included in No. 12, and 
all of the Township of Morris not included in Nos. 4 and 12. 

9. — Comprising the Township of Howick and the Village of 
Wroxeter, 

10. — Comprising the Township of Hay. 

11. — Comprising the Township of Stephen. 

12. — Commencing at the northeast angle of the Township of 
Hullett, thence southerly along the, easterly boundary of the said 
Township of Hullett to the Blind line between the 7th and 8th con- 
cessions of said township, thence westerly along said line to the 
western boundary of the township, thence northerly along the 
westerly boundary of the township to the Maitland River at the 
southeastern corner of the Maitland Block, thence along the said 
river northerly till the western boundary of East Wawanosh is 
reached, thence northerly along said westerly boundary to the road 
running between the 6th and 7th concessions of said Township of 
East Wawanosh, thence easterly along said road to the easterly 
limit of said township, thence northerly along the gravel road to 
the road running between the 5th and 6th concessions of the Town- 
ship of Morris, thence easterly along said, road to the line between 
lots 10 and 11, thence southerly along said line between the 6th 
and 7th concessions, thence easterly along said line to the line 
between lots 15 and 19, thence southerly to the boundary line 
between the Townships of Morris and Hullett, thence easterly to 
the place of beginning, including the Village of Blyth. 

KENORA— ^(Sg^S^^^c^O^Q 

1. Kenora 7 4 4 1 6 3 8.. 2 7 4 2 

2. Wabigoon 11 .. 8 .. 10 .. .. 9 28 . . 23 

3. Dryden 11 .. 8 . . 10 . . . . 9 28 . . 23 

4. Sioux Lookout 14 . . 23 13 . . 8 

1. — Comprising all that portion of the said District of Kenora 
lying west oif the Seventh Meridian Line, including the Towns of 
Kenora and Ksewatin. 

2. — Comprising all that portion of the said District lying east 
of the eastern boundary of the said Third Division, including the 
municipality of Ignace. 

3. — Comprising all that portion of the said District lying 
between the said Seventh Meridian Line and a line drawn parallel 
with the western boundary of lot 10 in the Township of Zealand 
and extending northward to the northern boundary of the said 
District and southward to the southern boundary thereof — includ- 
ing the Town of Dryden. 



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KENT- ^fSS^I^^^tcS^S 

1. Chatham 10.00 a.m. 13 10 10 

2. Ridgetown 10.00a.m. 9 .. 6 

3. Dresden 10.00a.m. 5 .. 2 

4. Blenheim .10.00 a.m. 12 . . 9 

5. Wallaceburg 10.00a.m. 6 .. 3 

^ /Bothwell 10. 00 a. m 4 

°- \Thamesville 10.00a.m. 7 

- /Merlin 10.00 a.m. 8 

'• \Tilbury 10. 00a. m 5 

1. — The First Division to consist of the Town of Chatham and 
that part of the Townships of Dover East and West to the south of 
the 12th and 13th concession line of the Township of Dover East, 
and that part of the Township of Chatham south of the 12th and 
13th concession line, and west of the side roads between lots 12 
and 13, from the first mentioned 12th and 13th concession line to 
the 5th and 6th concession line, and all south of the said 5th 
and 6th concession line of said township; that part of the 
Township of Harwich north of 5th and 6th concession line, by the 
easterly boundary; that part of the Township of Raleigh north of 
the 16th concession to the west side road between lots 12 and 13 
north to the 6th and 7th concession line, and all of the said town- 
ship north of the said last mentioned line, and that part of the 
Township of Tilbury East north of the 4th concession. 

2. — The Second Division to consist of that portion of Township 
of Howard south of the 2nd and 3rd concession line by the eastern 
boundary (known as the Botany Road), and that part of the Town- 
ship of Oxford south of the 10th and 11th concession line of said 
township. 

3. — The Third Division to consist of all that part of the Gore 
of Camden lying west of the 10th and 11th concession line, and 
that part of the Township of Camden lying west of the side line 
between lots 6 and 1; the Village of Dresden, and that part of the 
Township of Chatham north of the 5th and 6th concession line and 
east of the side roads between lots 12 and 13. 

4. — The Fourth Division to consist of that part of the Township 
of Harwich south of the 5th concession of the eastern boundary, and 
south of the 3rd concession by the western boundary, and that part 
of Raleigh south of the 15th concession and east of the side road 
between lots 12 and 13 and the road to the shore through lot 146 
on the Talbot Road. 

5. — The Fifth Division to consist of the Town of Wallaceburg, 
the Gore of Chatham and that part of the Township of Chatham 
northwest of the 12th and 13th concession line, and west of the 
said roads between lots 12 and 13 and that part of Dover East 
lying north of the 12th and 13th concession side road. 

6. — The Sixth Division to consist of that part of the Township 
of Howard north of the Botany Road aforesaid, and that part of 
the Township of Oxford north of the 10th and 11th concession 
line, the Township of Rone, the Township of Bothwell, the Village 
of Thamesville, and that part of the Gore of Camden east of the 
10th and 11th concession line, and that part of the Township of 
Camden east of the side! line between lots 6 and 7. 

7. — The Seventh Division to consist of that part of Tilbury East 
south of the 3rd concession, the Township of Romney, and that 
part of the Township of Raleigh south of the 6th and 7th concession 
line and west of the side road between lots 12 and 13 in the said 
township, and the road through lot 147 on Talbot Road. 



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1. Sarnia 13 

2. Watford 16 

3. Florence ) 1 30 

Dawn Centre j 9 * .. .. ll 

4. Sombra 12 .. 30 10 

5. Forest \ 3 21 



Wyoming J . . 18 16 

6. Thedford 3 9 . . . . 15 . . 24 

7. Courtright 4.. .. 6 9 5 

8. Petrolia 6 . . 17 8 12 . . .. 4 2 6 4 

9. Alvinston 7 . . . . 6 . . . . 12 7 

1. — The external boundaries of the Township of Sarnia and the 
Town of Sarnia. 

2. — The external boundaries of the Township of Warwick, 
including that portion of the Village of Arkona south of the Town- 
ship line. 

3. — The external boundaries of the Townships of Euphemia and 
Dawn. 

4. — The external boundaries of the Township of Sombra. 

5. — The external boundaries of the Township of Plympton. 

6. — The external boundaries of the Township of Bosanquet, 
including that portion of the Village of Arkona north of the town- 
ship line. 

7. — The external boundaries of the Township of Moore. 

8. — The external boundaries of the Township of Enniskillen. 

9 — The external boundaries of the Township of Brock. 



LANARK — 

1. Perth 10.00 a.m. 

2. Lanark 10.00 a.m. 

3. Carleton Place 9.0n a.m. 

4. Smith's Falls.. 9.00 a.m. 

5. Almonte 9.00 a.m. 

1. — The Town of Perth and the Townships of Drummond, Bath- 
urst, South Sherbrooke, Burgess North, and that part of the Town- 
ship of Elmsley North, north of the Rideau River, within the 
County of Lanark, and west of lot No. 12 in each concession. The 
sittings of said court to be held in the Town of Perth. 

2. — The Second Division to consist of the Village of Lanark and 
the Townships of Lanark, Dalhousie, Darling, Lavant and North 
Sherbrooke. The sittings of said court to be held at the Village 
of Lanark. 

3. — The Third Division to consist of the Town of Carleton Place 
and the Township of Beckwith, and the first six lots in the first 
seven concessions of Township of Ramsay. The sitting of said 
court to be held in the Town of Carleton Place. 

4. — The Township of Montague, the Town of Smith's Falls, and 
that part of the Township of North Elmsley, from lot No. 1 to lot 
No. 12 in each concession, both inclusive, not within the limits of 
the Town of Smith's Falls. Sittings at Smith's Falls. 

5. — The Township of Pakenham, the Town of Almonte, and the 
Township of Ramsay, with the exception of the first six lots in the 
first seven concessions of the said township. Sittings at Almonte. 









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2. Prescott 3.00 p.m. 13 

3. Gananoque. 9.30 a.m. 21 

4. Kemptville. 9.00 a.m. 15 

5. Merrickville 9.00 a.m. 16 

6. Delta 9.00 a.m. 28 

7. Toledo 11.00 a.m. 9 

8. Newboro... 9.00a.m. 27 

9. Athens 9.00 a.m. 29 

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1. — To consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th con- 
cessions and broken front of the Township of Elizabethtown, and 
the concession roads between them. 

2. — To consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions and 
broken front, and that part of the 6th, 7th and 8th concessions 
from the town line of Edwardsburg to lot No. 18, inclusive, of the 
Township of Augusta and the concession roads between them. 

3. — To consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions and 
broken front of the Townships of Leeds and Lansdowne, respec- 
tively, and the concession roads between them. 

4. — To consist of the Township of South Gower, the Township 
of Oxford from the west side line of lots No. 11 in all the conces- 
sions of the eastern boundary of the township, and the gore of land 
between South Gower, Oxford and Edwardsburg. 

5. — To consist of the Township of Wolford (except the 7th and 
8th concessions and the allowances of roads within and between 
them), lots No. 1 to 10, inclusive, in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th 
and 8th concessions of the Township of Oxford, and allowances of 
roads in and between them. 

6. — To consist of the Townships of Bastard and Burgess, and 
those parts of the Townships of Leeds and Lansdowne on the north 
side of the rear of the 5th concession in each respectively. 

7. — To consist of the Townships of Kitley and Elmsley. 

8. — To consist of the Township of North Crosby and South 
Crosby. 

9. — To consist of that part of the Township of Escott and Yonge 
in the rear of the 4th concession of Yonge, and in rear of the 6th 
concession of Escott; that part of the Township of Elizabethtown 
in rear of the 7th concession of and west of lot No. 18 in the 8th, 
9th, 10th and 11th concessions, and the allowances for roads 
embraced therein. 

10. — To consist of the Township of Edwardsburg. 

11. — To consist of that part of the Township of Augusta in rear 
of the 5th concession and west of lot No. 18 in the 6th, 7th and 
8th concessions; the whole of the 9th and 10th concessions of the 
Township of Augusta; the gore between the Townships of Oxford, 
Wolford and Augusta; that part of the Township of Elizabethtown 
in rear of the 7th concession, and east of the commons, between lots 
No. 18 and 19 in the 8th, 9th and 10th concessions; the 7th and 
8th concessions of the Township of Wolford; lots No. 1 to 10, 
Inclusive, in the 9th and 10th concessions of the Township of 
Oxford, and the allowance for roads embraced therein. 



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12. — To consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions and 
broken front of the Township of Yonge; the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th 
and 6th concessions and broken front of the Township of Escott, 
and the allowances for roads embraced therein. 

The said 1st, 2nd and 12th divisions shall respectively em- 
brace and comprehend within their lines those portions of the River 
St. Lawrence and islands therein, within the exterior lines of which 
such portions of said river and islands would lie and be, if such 
exterior side lines were produced and extended in that direction 
to the utmost limits of the Province. 



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ADDINGTON— ' 

1. Napanee 9.30 a.m. 

2. Bath 10.30 a.m. 

3. Adolphusto'nlO.OO a.m. 

4. Newburg 9.00 a.m. 

5. Enterprise... 2.30p.m. 

6. Odessa 10.30 a.m. 

7. Tarn worth... 9.00 a.m. 

8. Flinton 10.00 a.m. 

9. Denbigh 9.00 a. m: 

1. — The Town of Napanee, Township of Richmond, all that part 
of North Fredericksburg and Adolphustown lying north of Hay 
Bay, and all that part of North Fredericksburg lying north of Big 
Creek. 

2. — Comprises 1st concession of Ernestown, the Village of Bath, 
the Township of Amherst Island, and the 2nd, 3rd and 4th conces- 
sions of the said Township of Ernestown from the west limits thereof 
to the west limit of lot No. 21 in each concession. 

3. — Township of South Fredericksburg and all that part of 
North Fredericksburg and Adolphustown not included in Division 
No. 1. 

4. — 1st, 2nd and 3rd concessions of the Township of Camden 
and the Village of Newburg. 

5. — All that part of the Township of Camden not included in 
Division No. 4. 

6. — All that portion of the Township of Ernestown not included 
in the; limits of Division No. 2. 

7. — Township of Sheffield. 

8. — Townships of Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham. 

9. — Townships of Abinger, Ashby and Denbigh. 



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LINCOLN — 

1. Niagara-on- 

Lake.. 10.00 a.m. 

2. St. Catharines 10.00 a.m. 

3. Smith ville ... . 9.00 a.m. 

4. Beamsville . . . 1.30 p.m. 

5. Grimsby 1.30 p.m. 

1. — The Town and Township of Niagara. 

2. — The Township of Grantham (including the City of St. 
Catharines), the Villages of Merritton and Port Dalhousie, and the 
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3. — The Townships of Caistor and Gainsborough and the 9th 
concession of the Township of Grimsby, including the 1st and 2nd 
ranges as part of the said concession. 

4. — The Village of Beamsville and the Township of Clinton. 

5. — The Village of Grimsby, the Township of North Grimsby, 
and the Township of South Grimsby, except that portion included 
In the Third Division. 



MANITOULIN — 

1. Gore Bay lO.OOR.m. 

2. Little Current 10. 00 a.m. 

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1. — The Town of Gore Bay, the Townships of Gordon, Allan, 
Campbell, Mills, Burpee, Robinson, Dawson, The Islands, Barrie, 
Clapperton and the Duck Islands, and that part of the Township 
of Billings lying west of the road allowance between lots 15 and 
16 in the several concessions thereof, and so much of the Township 
of Carnarvon as lies west of Lake Mindemoya and north of the line 
between the 6th and 7th concessions thereof, and Cockburn Island. 

2. — The Town of Little Current, the Township of Rowland, and 
those parts of the Townships of Sheguindah and Bidwell lying north 
of the line between the 6th and 7th concessions of Sheguindah and 
the 4th and 7th concessions of the Township of Bidwell, and the 
6th and 7th concessions of the line between lots 17 and 18 in the 
Township of Billings, and the adjacent islands lying north and east 
of the said townships, except the Clapperton Island. 

3. — Manitowaning, the Townships of Assiginack, Tehkummah 
and Sandfield, and those parts of the Township of Sheguindah lying 
south of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions of the Town- 
ship of Bidwell and the 6th and 7th concessions of the Township of 
Billings to the line between lots 17 and 18 of said township, and 
the Township of Carnarvon, except so much of the same as lies west 
of Mindemoya Lake, and all that part of Manitoulin lying east of 
the Township Assiginack, Manitowaning and South Bays and the 
islands adjacent thereto. 



MIDDLESEX — 

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2. Parkhill 10.00 a.m. 27 

3. Lucan 11.00 a.m. 29 

4. Delaware 10.00 a.m. 21 

5. Glencoe 1.00 p.m. 13 

6. Strathroy 12 noon 15 

7. Dorchester Stn. 2. 30 p.m. 12 

8. St. John's.... 10.00 a.m. 22 

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1. — That part of the City of London lying to the west of Mait- 
land Street, with that portion of the Township of London lying 
south of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions and west of 
the said street, produced notherly on a line in the same direction 
to the line between the said 4th and 5th concessions, and with that 
portion of the Township of Westminster lying west of the main road 
leading south from Clark's Bridge, across the Thames, south to the 
line between the 1st and 2nd concessions and westerly to the line 
between lots 42 and 43, and extending northerly to the River 
Thames, and also including the Village of London West. 

2. — The Villages of Parkhill and Ailsa Craig, the Townships of 
East Williams and West Williams, and that portion of the Township 
of Lobo lying north of the* line between the 11th and 12th conces- 
sions, and east of the lines between lots Nos. 12 and 13. 

3. — The Townships of McGillivray and Biddulph and the Village 
of Lucan. 

4. — The Township of Delaware, with that portion of the Town- 
ship of Westminster west of the line between lots 30 and 31 in the 
2nd concession, then^ southerly on the line between lots 20 and 21 
to the southerly limit of the township, including all west of said 
line, and also including all that portion of the front of said Town- 
ship of Westminster lying west of the line between lots Nos. 42 and 
43, not included in the first division, with that portion of the Town- 
ship of Caradoc lying south of the line between the 5th and 6th 
concessions to the River Thames, and with that portion of the 
Township of Lobo lying south of the line between the 6th and 7th 
concessions, to the River Thames. 

5. — The Township of Ekfrid and Mosa, including the Villages 
of Wardsville, Newbury and Glencoe. 

6. — Townships of Adelaide and Metcalfe, the Town of Strath- 
roy, with that portion of the Township of Caradoc lying north of 
the line between the 3rd and 4th concessions, with that portion of 
the Township of Lobo which lies north of the 6th concession and 
west of the line between lots 12 and 13 of the said township. 

7. — The Township of North Dorchester north and south of the 
River Thames, that portion of the Township of West Nissouri which 
lies south of the line between lots 14 and 15, and with that portion 
of the Township of Westminster lying south of the line between 
the 1st and 2nd concessions and east of the line between lots 30 
and 31 in the 2nd concession, and thence east of the line between 
lots 20 and 21, continued south to the southerly limit of the said 
Township of Westminster. 

8. — All that portion of the Township of London which lies north 
of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions, that portion of the 
Township of Lobo which lies north of the line between the 6th and 
7th concessions, and east of the line between lots 12 and 13 to the 
line between the 11th and 12th concessions, and] with all that por- 
tion of the Township of West Nissouri which lies north of the line 
between lots 14 and 15. 

9. — All that part of the City of London lying east of Maitland 
Street; that part of the Township of London lying north of the line 
between the 4th and 5th concessions and east of the said street, 
produced notherly or in a line in the same direction to the line 
between the said 4th and 5th concessions, and that part of the 
Township of Westminster lying north of the line between the 1st 
and 2nd concessions, and east of the main road leading south from 
Clarke's Bridge across the Thames. 



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MUSKOKA— ^ ^ 

1. Bracebridge . 1,00 p.m. 12 .. 

2. Gravenhurst.l 0,30 a.m. 13 .. 

3. Huntsville.. . 9.00 a.m. 14 ., 

4. PortCarling.l0.00a,m. .. 13 

1. — The Town of Bracebridge and the Townships of Macaulay, 
McLean, Ridout, Monck and Caldwell, concessions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 
7, 8 and 9 in the Townships of Stephenson, Brunei and Franklin, 
and that part of the Township of Watt situated east of lot 21, in 
the several concessions thereof; and concessions 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 
and 13 in the Townships of Muskoka and Draper. 

2. — The Town of Gravenhurst, the Townships of Morrison, 
Ryde, Wood, Oakley and Baxter, and concessions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 
of the Townships of Muskoka and Draper. 

3. — The Town of Huntsville, the Townships of Stisted, Chaffey 
and Sinclair, and concessions 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 in the Townships 
of Stephenson, Brunei and Franklin. 

4. — The Village of Port Carling and the Townships of Freeman, 
Gibson and Medora and that part of the Township of Watt situated 
'On the west of lot 21 in the several concessions thereof. 

NIPISSING- ^&i ^i^^ <^ §^ & 

, /Sturgeon Falls 10.00 a.m. 15 .. 19 .. 21 .. 2 . . 17 . . 19 . . 

"^•IVerner 11. 00 a. m 16 15 . . . , 

2. Mattawa 10.00 a.m. 20 . . 17 . . 19 . . 3 .. 15 .. 17 ,, 

3. North Bay 10.00 a, m. 13 10 10 14 12 16 7.. 8 15 10 8 

5. Bonfield 9,00 a m, 21 , . . . 15 . , . . 8 . . . . 21 . . . . 

Note: — Part of the old Nipissing District now under New Dis- 
trict of Timiskaming. The territory remaining has ' not been re- 
arranged for Division Court purposes. A meeting of the D. C. 
Board will be held at North Bay for this purpose at an early date. 

1. — To be composed of the Townships of Springer, Field, Badge- 
row, Caldwell, and all that part of the District of Nipissing which 
Is situated west of the line between the Indian Reserve and the 
Township of Widdifield, produced south to the boundary of the said 
District, and north to the northeast boundary of the Township of 
Gooderham, and south of the said line marking the northern bound- 
ary of the said Township of Gooderham and its production to the 
north-western boundary of the Township of Pardo. 

2. — To be composed of the Townships of Mattawan, Olrig, 
Calvin, Papineau, Lauder, Pentland, Boyd, Osier, McLaughlin, 
Canisby, Sabine, Lyell, Airy, Murchison, and Robinson, and all that 
part of the District of Nipissing situated east of the line between 
the Townships of Bonfield and Calvin, produced south to the pro- 
visional County of H^liburton and east of the line between the 
Townships of Phelps and Olrig, produced north to the Ottawa 
River. 

3. — To be composed of the Townships of Widdifield, Merrick, 
Mulock, Phelps, Ferris, Chisholm, Ballantyne, Wilkes, Biggar, Pax- 
ton, Butt, Devine, Hunter, McCraney, Finlayson, Peck, and all that 
part of the District of Nipissing situated west of the line between 
the Townships of Phelps and Olrig, produced north to the Ottawa 
River, thence along the Ottawa River to the north-east angle of 
the Township of Wyse, thence along the line marking the northern 
boundary of the said Township of Wyse, produced westerly to the 

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eastern boundary of the First Division.thence south along the east- 
ern boundary of the First Division to the southern boundary of the 
District. 

5. — To be composed of the Townships of Bonfield and Boulter. 



NORFOLK— h^ fa S 

1. Siracoe 10.00a.m. 6 2 2 

2, Waterford 10.00 a.m. 7.. 3 

*3. Windham Centre.... 10. 00 a.m. 8 .. 4 

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5. Vittoria 10.00 a.m. 12 

/^Port Rowan 9 00 a.m. 14 

6.] Walsingham Ctr. ...11.00a.m. .. 

'^Langton 11.00a.m. .. 

7. Fairground 11.00 a.m. 13 

8. Port Dover 2.00p.m. 9 



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1. — The Town of Simcoe, the Gore of the Township of Wood- 
house, and all that part of said township lying west of the side line 
between lots 5 and 6, together with that part of the 4th, 5th and 
6th concessions lying west of the said line between lots 12 and 13. 

2. — The Township of Townsend and the Village of Waterford. 

3. — The Township of Windham. 

4. — The Township of Middleton and the Village of Delhi. 

5. — The Township of Charlotteville. 

6. — The Townships of North Walsingham, South Walsingham 
and the Village of Port Rowan. 

7. — The Township of Houghton. 

8. — The Village of Port Dover, and that part of the Township 
of Woodhouse not included in Division 1, viz.: all that part of the 
1st, 2nd and 3rd concessions lying east of the side lines between 
lots 5 and 6, and that part of the 4th, 5th and 6th concessions lying 
east of the said line, between lots 12 and 13 in said township. 



NORTHUMBERLAND AND 
DURHAM — 

1. Bowmanville 2.00 p.m. 

2. Newcastle 2.00 p.m. 

3. Port Hope 2.00 p.m. 

4. Millbrook 11.30 a m . 

5. Cobourg 10.30 a.m . 

6. Grafton 10 30 a.m. 

7. Colborne 10.30 a.m . 

8. Brighton 10.30 a.m. 

9. Wark worth 10.00 a.m. 

10. Wooler 1.00p.m. 

11. Campbellford 10.00 a.m. 

1. — Townships of Cartwright and Darlington and the Town of 
Bowmanville. 

2. — Township of Clarke and Village of Newcastle. 

3. — Township of Hope and Town of Port Hope. 

4. — Townships of Cavan, Manvers, South Monaghan and Village 
of Millbrook. 

5. — Township of Hamilton and Town of Cobourg. 

6. — Townships of Haldimand and Alnwick. 

7. — Township of Cramahe and Village of Colborne. 

8. — Township of Brighton and Village of Brighton. 

9. — Township of Percy and Village of Hastings. 



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10. — Township of Murray. 

11. — Township of Seymour and Village of Campbellford. 

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2 . Brougham 15 . . 6 

3. Port Perry 17 . . 7 

4. Uxbrhlge 10 . . 14 

5 • Caniiington 9 . . 13 

6. Ceaverton 8 . . 12 

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1. — Including the Townships of Whitby and East Whitby and 
the Towns of Whitby and Oshawa. 

2. — The Township of Pickering. 

3. — The Townships of Reach and Scugog and the Village of 
Port Perry. 

4. — The Townships of Uxbridge and Scott and the Town of 
Uxbridge. 

5. — The Township of Brock and the Village of Cannington. 

6. — The Township of Thorah, and all that part of the Township 
of Mara lying south of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions. 

7. — All that part of the Township of Mara lying north of the 
line between the 4th and 5th concessions thereof, and the Township 
of Rama. 

OXFORD- Isl^a^^^lcS^S 

I.Woodstock 10.00 a.m. 5 3 3 14 12 16 . . . . 8 13 10 15 

2. Drumbo 9.00 a.m. 6 . 17 .. 19 1 15 . . 22 

3. Embro 10.00 a.m. » . . 18 . . 20 2 9 . . 23 

4. Norwich 10.00 a.m. 13 .. 10 . . 5- 15 20.. 1 

5. Ingersoll 10 00 a m. 19 . . 4 15 13 17 . . . . 9 14 .. 16 

6. Tillsonburg 10.00 a.m. 14 . . 11 . . 6 16 21 . . 2 

7. Tavistock 9.00 a.m. 12 . . 19 . . 26 22 27 .. 10 

1. — Comprising the City of Woodstock, the Township of East 
Oxford, and that part of the Township of East Zorra lying south of 
the line between lots number 25 and 26 of the Township of Blan- 
ford, and that part of the Township of North Oxford lying east and 
north of the road between lots 16 and 17 to the boundary of the 
township line between North and West Oxford, and that part of 
the Township of West Oxford lying east of the road between lots 
6 and 7 to the boundary of the Township of East Oxford, and that 
part of the Township of Blandford lying south of the 10th conces- 
sion. 

2. — Comprises the Township of Blenheim. 

3. — Comprises the Townships of East Nissouri and West Zorra 
and the Village of Embro. 

4. — Comprises the Townships of North Norwich and South 
Norwich and the Village of Norwich. 

5. — Comprises the Town of Ingersoll and that part of the Town- 
ship of North Oxford lying west and south of the road between lots 
No. 16 and 17 of the Township of West Oxford, and that part of 
the Township of West Oxford lying south of the road between lots 
6 and 7 to the line between West Oxford and East Oxford, and those 
portions of the Township of Dereham being part of the 1st conces- 



124 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 

sion of the said Township of Dereham, west of the Middle Town 
Line. 

6. — Comprises the Town of Tillsonburg and that part of the 
Township of Dereham not included in the Fifth Division. 

7. — Comprising the Village of Tavistock and that part of the 
Township of East Zorra north of the road between lots 25 and 26, 
and that part of the Township of Blandford lying north of the 10th 
concession of the said township. 



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2. McKellar 14 20 . . 15 9 6 

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4. Burks Falls 20 12 .. 21 .... 13 .... 19 

5 . Magnetawan 13 . . 22 . . . . 14 

6. Powassan : 23 15 .. 24 .... 16 .... 22 

7. Sundridge 22 14 . . 23 . . . . 15 . . . . 20 

1. — The Town of Parry Sound and the Townships of Foley, Mc- 
Dougall, Cowper and Carling, and all that portion of the district 
lying to the west of the east boundary of Carling, produced to the 
French River. 

2. — The Townships of McKellar, Ferguson, Hagerman, Croft, 
and all that portion of the district lying betweet the east boundary 
of Ferrie and the west boundary of Ferguson, produced to the 
French River. 

3. — The Townships of Humphrey, Christie, Monteith and 
Conger. 

4. — Townships of McMurrich, Perry and Armour, Proudfoot 
and Bethune. 

5. — Townships of Spence, Chapman, Ryerson and Lount. 

6. — That territory bounded on the west by the western bound- 
aries of the Townships of Pringle and Patterson, and the western 
boundary of the Township of Patterson, produced to the French 
River and Lake Nipissing; on the east by the boundary of the 
District of Parry Sound, and on the south by the southern bound- 
aries of the Townships of Himsworth, Gurd and Pringle. 

7. — The Townships of Machar, Laurier, Strong and Joly. 

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2. Cooksville 15 . . 12 . . 14 . 

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1. — Town of Brampton, Township of Chinguacousy, and 
northern division of the Township of Toronto Gore. 

2. — Village of Streetsville, Township of Toronto and southern 
division of the Township of Toronto Gore. 

3. — Township of Caledon. 

4. — Village of Bolton, Township of Albion. 



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1. — To consist of all that part of the Township of North East- 
hope west of the line between lots 25 and 26, and south of the road 
between the 8th and 9th concessions, and all that part of the Town- 
ship of South Easthope west of the side line between lots 25 and 
26; all that part of the Townships of Downie and Gore north and 
east of the concession line between the 10th and 11th concessions 
and the Oxford Road; and all the Township of Ellice from the 1st 
to 13 th concession, inclusive. 

2. — To consist of all that part of the Township of Fullarton not 
included in Division No. 3, and the Townships of Hibbert and 
Logan. 

3. — To consist of that portion of the Township of Downie west 
of the Oxford Road, and south of the concession line between the 
10th and 11th concessions; the Township of Blanshard; all that 
part of the Township of Fullarton comprising the 13th and 14th 
concessions, and south of a road leading from Mitchell Road, be- 
tween lots 24 and 25, east of lot 3 in the 10th concession; thence 
east along the line between the 10th and 11th concessions to the 
town line. 

4. — To consist of that part of the Township of North Easthope 
east of the line between lots 25 and 26, and the north of the 8th 
concession, inclusive, with the 9th and 10th concessions; all that 
part of the Township of Soutn Easthope not include^ in Division 1. 

5. — To consist of the Township of Mornington, and all that part 
of the Township of Elma from lots 13 to 72, both numbers inclu- 
sive, of the 1st concession, and from lots 27 to 16, both numbers 
inclusive, in and from the 2nd to the 18th concession, both con- 
cessions inclusive, of the said Township of Elma; and concessions 
14, 15 and 16 of the Township of Ellice; and concessions 11, 12, 
13 and 14 of the Township of North Easthope. 

6. — To consist of the Township of Wallace, and all that part 
of the Township of Elma from the 1st concession to the 18 th con- 
cession, both concessions inclusive, and comprising lots Nos. 1 to 
52, both inclusive, of the 1st concession, and lots Nos. 1 to 26 in- 
clusive, from the 2nd to the 18th concession, both concessions inclu- 
sive. 

PETERBOROUGH— | 

1. Peterborough 2 

" J.S. and Jury. 5 

2. Norwood 7 

3. Lakefield 6 

4. Ap ley 14 

5. Havelock 8 

6. Keene 9 

County Courts— Jurv— June 9th, December 8th, 1914. 

Non-Jury— April 7th, October 6th, 1914. 

1. — Shall comprise the City of Peterborough, the Townships of 
North Monoghan and Ennismore, all the Township of Smith lying 
south of the 7th concession, all that part of the Township of Otona- 
bee lying west of the 8th concession and north of lots Nos. 21, and 



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all that part of the Township of Douro lying south of lots numbered 
11. Court to be held at the Court House in the City of Peter- 
borough. 

2. — Shall comprise the Village of Norwood, the Township of 
Asphodel, and all that part of the Township of Dummer lying east 
of the 5th concession, and that part of the said Township of Dum- 
mer lying west of the 6th concession and south of lots numbered 
11. Court to be held in the Town Hall in the Village of Norwood. 

3. — Shall comprise that part of the Township of Smith lying 
north of the 6th concession, all that part of the Township of Douro 
lying north of lots numbered 10, that part of the Township of 
Dummer lying west of the 6th concession and north of lots num- 
bered 10, the Township of Galway, the Township of Harvey and the 
Village of Lakefield. Court to be held in the Town Hall in the 
Village of Lakefield. 

4. — Shall comprise the Townships of Anstruther, Burleigh, 
Cavendish and Chandos. Court to be held in the Town Hall at 
Apsley. 

5. — Shall comprise the Townships of Belmont and Methuen and 
the Village of Havelock. Court to be held in the Town Hall in the 
Village of Havelock. 

6. — Shall comprise the Township of Otonabee, except that part 
thereof lying west of the 8th concession and north of lots numbered 
21. Court to be held in the Town Hall, at Keene, in said township. 

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1. L'Orignal 11.00 a.m. 6.. 3.. 5.. 8.. 

2. VankleekHill 10 Oa a m. 8.. 5.. 7 . . 10 . . 

3. St. Eugene 10.00 a.m. .. 6 .... 15 

4. Plantagenet 10 00 a.m. .. 4 .... 13 

5. Leonard 9.00 a. m. . . 11 . . . . 20 

6 RuPS^U ....* 9 00a.m. .. 12 .... 21 

7. Hawkesbury 11 00 a.m. 7.. 4.. 6.. 9.. 

8. Fouriiier.., 10 00 a.m. .. 3 .... 12 

9. Alfrerl 10.00 a.m. .. 5 .... 14 

10. R'^ckhnd 10.00 a.m. . . 10 . . ..19 

11. Casselman 9.00 a.m. .. 13 .... 22 





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1. — Comprises the whole of the Township of Longueuil, the 
municipality of the Village of L'Orignal, and the 1st concession of 
the Township of Caledonia. 

2. — Comprising all that part of the Township of West Hawkes- 
bury, extending from front of 3rd concession to the rear of the 
said township. 

3. — Comprises the whole of the Township of East Hawkesbury. 

4. — Comprising the Township of North Plantagenet, and that 
part of the Township of South Plantagenet lying north of the 
Nation River. 

5. — Comprising the whole of the Township of Cumberland. 

6. — Comprising the whole of the Township of Russell. 

7. — Comprising the two front concessions of the Township of 
West Hawkesbury, and the Municipality of Hawkesbury Village, 
within the same. 

8. — Comprising the Township of Caledonia (excepting the 1st 
concession of the said township), and also that portion of the 
Township of South Plantagenet lying south and east of the Nation 
River. 

9. — Comprising the whole of the Township of Alfred. 

10. — Comprising the whole of the Township of Clarence. 

11. — Comprising the whole of the Township of Cambridge. 



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1. Picton 6 3 

2. Millord 2 

3. J)e norestville f9 . . 

4. Ameliasburgh 17 .. 

5. Wellington 23 .. 

6. Bloomfield. . . . 6 

7. Consecon 12 

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1. — The Town of Picton, the 2nd and 3rd concessions of 
"Military Tract" from the west line of No. 13 eastward; Gore 
"G"; 1st and 2nd concessions north of the Carrying Place, 1st con- 
cession southeast of the Carrying Place, and 2nd concession north 
of Black River, including Gores 'K" and "L" and McCan Gores, 
all in the Township of Hallowell; Block "I" in the concession north 
and east of East Lake, and Gore "B" in the Township of Athol, and 
1st and 2nd concessions south of the Bay of Quinte, and Gore "A" 
in the Township of North Marysburg, and 1st concession southwest 
of Green Point to the end of Carman's Point in Sophiasburg. 

2. — The Township of South Marysburg, and the southern part 
of Athol, commencing at the outlet of East Lake, thence down to 
the head of the lake, thence down to the base line between the 1st 
concession, south and the 1st concession north of East Lake, till it 
strikes the township line of Hallowell, thence down said township 
line till it strikes South Marysburg. 

3. — The Township of Sophiasburg, together with Big Island, 
excepting the 1st concession southwest of Green Point to the end 
of Carman's Point. 

4. — All that part of the Township of Ameliasburg lying east of 
the line between lots No. 8 6 and 87, in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th 
concessions of said township, including Huff's Island. 

5. — That part of the Township of Hillier not included in the 
7th division, also the 1st and 2nd concessions north of West Lake, 
and west of lot No, 7 in the said concession, and that part of Irwin 
Gore lying north of and west of lot No. 7 in the 2nd concession, 
and the west part of the 2nd concession produced west of lot No. 
7 4 in that concession in the Township of Hallowell. 

6. — Block (IV.) four, concession south side of West Lake, 1st 
concession "Military Tract," 2nd and 3rd concessions of said tract 
west of lots No. 13, in those concessions, Gore "E," 1st and 2nd 
concessions north of West Lake, and east of lot No. 6 in those con- 
cessions; the Gerrow Gore and that part of Irwin Gore not included 
in Division No. 8, and all that part of the 2nd concession produced 
east of lot No. 7 5 in the Township of Hallowell. 

7. — All that part of the Township of Ameliasburg lying west 
of the line between lots No. 86 and 87, in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th 
concession of said township; all that part of the 4th and 5th con- 
cessions of the Township of Hillier west of the line between lots 
86 and 87 and the 3rd concession west of the line between lots 
No. 22 and 23, with that part of the 2nd concession lying north of 
Pleasant Bay in the said Township of Hillier. 

8. — All the point lying east of the west line of Marshland's 
Gore, the concession lying north of Smith's Bay, and Waupoos 
Island in the Township of North Marysburg. 



RAINY RIVER — 

1 . Fort Frances 2.00 p.m. 

2. Emo 11.00a.m. 

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1. — To comprise all that part of the said District lying east of 
the east boundaries of the Townships of Aylesworth, Lash, Carpen- 
ter, Kingsford and Fleming, and east of the east boundary of the 
said Township of Fleming, produced north to the north boundary 
of the said District, to be styled "The First Division Court in the 
District of Rainy River." 

2. — To comprise all that part of the said District lying west of 
Division No. 1 and east of the east boundaries of the Townships of 
Morley, Morley Additional, Pattullo, Sifton and Dewart, and east 
of a line drawn north astronomically from the northeast angle of 
the said Township of Dewart to the north boundary of the said 
District, to be styled "The Second Division Court in the District of 
Rainy River." 

3. — To comprise all that part of the said District lying west of 
Division No. 2, to be styled "The Third Division Court in the Dis- 
trict of Rainy River." 

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RENFREW— ^f^^^^^^^c^oll 



1. Pembroke... 10.00a.m. 

2. Beachburg. ..10.00 a.m. 

3. Renfrew 9.00 a.m. 

4. Arnprior 10.00 am. 

5. Eganville 9.00 a.m. 

.6. Cobden 9.00 a.m. 

7. KillaloeStn.. 9.00 a.m. 



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1. — Comprising the Town of Pembroke, the Townships of Pem- 
broke, Stafford, Alice, Petewawa, Buchan, Rolph, Wylie, McKay, 
Fraser, Herd, Clara and Maria, and all that part of the Township 
of Wilberforce from the 18th to the 25th concessions, both inclu- 
sive, and also those parts of the 14th, 15th, 16th and| 17th conces- 
sions of the same Township of Wilberforce lying north of Snake 
River and east of Lake Dore. 

2. — Comprising all that part of the Township of Westmeath 
lying east and north of the Muskrat Lake and River, and all those 
parts of the Township of Ross, from the 5th to the 9th concessions, 
both inclusive, east of Muskrat Lake, and from the 7th to the 13th 
(of the other) concessions, both inclusive, of the said Township 
of Ross. 

3. — Comprising the Town of Renfrew and the Townships of 
Horton, Admaston, Bagot, Blythfield, Brougham and Matawachan, 
in the said County of Renfrew. 

4. — Comprising the Village of Arnprior and the Township of 
McNab. 

5. — Comprising the Townships of Grattan, Sebastopol, South 
Algoma, North Algoma, and all that part of the Township of Wilber- 
force, from the 1st to the 17th concessions, both inclusive, except- 
ing those parts of the 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th concessions of said 
Township of Wilberforce lying north of Snake River and east of 
Lake Dore. 

6. — Comprising the Township of Bromley, and all that part of 
the Township of Westmeath west of Muskrat Lake, and all those 
parts of the Township of Ross, from the 1st to the 14th concession, 
both inclusive, of the said Township of Ross. 

7. — Comprising the Townships of Brudenell, Radcliffe, Raglan, 
Lynedoch, Griffith, Hagarty, Sherwood, Jones, Richards and Burns. 



ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 12J> 

1 . Barrie 5 3 3 1 5 2 7.. 1 6 3 1 

2. Bradford 3 .. 7 . . 16 . . 18 . . 12 . . 14 . . 

3. Beeton 9 . . 12 . . 20 . . 22 . . 16 . . 18 . . 

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6. Orillia... 20 .. 16 14 

7. New Lowell... 15 . . 18 . . 12 

8. Alli&ton 8 .. 11 .. 19 

Q j Penetanguishene 23 .. 

^' t Midland 27 . . . . 7 

10. Coldwater 25 . . 27 13 . 15 . . 9 . . 11 , 

1. — Comprising the Town of Barrie, the Township of Vespra, 
except that portion lying west of the Nottawasaga River, and except- 
ing also lots Nos. 38, 39 and 40, in the first and 2nd concessions 
and lots Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th concessions 
respectively. That portion of the Township of Oro lying sonth of 
lots Nos. 21 in the 1st and 2nd concessions (including the ranges), 
and south of lots Nos. 13 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th 
concessions respectively; that portion of the Township of Innisfil 
lying east of lots Nos. 5 in the 6th, 7th and 8th concessions, and 
that portion lying north of the 8th concession; that portion of the 
Township of Essa lying north of lots Nos. 19 in the 7th, 8th, 9th, 
10th and 11th concessions. 

2. — The Village of Bradford, the Township of West Gwillimbury, 
excepting thereout lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in^ the 14th and 15th 
concessions; the Township of Innisfll, excepting that portion lying 
north of the 5th concession, and excepting also lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 
4 and 5 in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions thereof. 

3. — The Township of Tecumseh, excepting concessions 12, 13, 
14 and 15; the Township of Adjala, excepting that portion lying 
north of lot No. 25 in the 8th concession thereof. 

4. — The Town of Collingwood, the Village of Stayner, that 
portion of the Township of Nottawasaga lying north of lot No. 18 
in the 12th concession thereof; that portion of the Township of 
Sunnidale lying north of the 8th concession; that portion of the 
Township of Floss lying west of the Nottawasaga River; the islands 
in Lake Huron contiguous to the Township of Nottawasaga. 

5. — The Township of Floss, except that portion lying west of 
the Nottawasaga River; the Township of Medonte, except that por- 
tion lying east of the 10th concession and north of lots Nos. 10 In 
the 9th and 10th concessions respetively; that portion of the Town- 
ship of Oro lying north of the southern boundaries of lots Nos. 21 
in the 1st and 2nd concessions, and north of the southern bound- 
aries of lots Nos. 13 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th conces- 
sions respectively; lots 38, 39 and 40 in the 1st and 3rd concessions, 
and lots Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th concessions 
of the Township of Vespra. 

6. — The Town of Orillia, the Township of Orillia, southern div- 
ision, the Township of Orillia, northern division, except that portion 
Ijdng north of lots Nos. 15 in the first seven concessions thereof; 
that portion of the Township of Oro lying east of the 8th conces- 
sion; that Dortion of the Township of Medonte, being composed of 
lots Nos. 1 to 6 (both inclusive) in the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th 
concessions; the islands in Lake Simcoe contiguous to the townships 
and portions of townships above described lying wholly or for the 
most part opposite thereto. 



130 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 

7. — The Township of Nottawasaga, except that portion lying 
north of lot No. 18 in the 12th concession thereof; the Township of 
Sunnidale, except that portion lying north of the 8th concession; 
that portion of the Township of Vespra lying west of the Notta- 
wasaga River; that portion of the Township of Essa lying north of 
lots 19 in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th concessions; that 
portion of the Township of Tossorontio lying north of lots Nos. 20 
in each of the seven concessions thereof. 

8. — The Township of Essa, except that portion lying north of 
lots Nos. 19 in each of the eleven concessions thereof; the Town- 
ship of Tossorontio, except that portion lying north of lots Nos. 20 
in each of the seven concessions thereof; that portion of the Town- 
ship of Innisfil, being composed of lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the 
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th concessions; the 12th, 
13th, 14th and 15th concessions of the Township of Tecumseh; lots 
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the 14th and 15th concessions of the Town- 
ship of West Gwillimbury; that portion of the Township of Adjala 
lying north of lots Nos. 25 in the eight concessions thereof. 

9. — The Town of Penetanguishene, and the Village of Midland, 
the Township of Tiny, that portion of the Township of Tay lying 
west to the 8th concession; the islands in Lake Huron contiguous 
to the Township of Tiny, and to that part of the Township of Tay, 
forming part of the 9th division, and lying wholly and for the most 
part opposite thereto. 

10. — The Township of Matchedash, that portion of the Township 
of Orillia, northern division, lying north of lots Nos. 15 in the first 
seven concessions thereof; that portion of the township of Medonte 
lying north of lots Nos. 6 in the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th conces- 
sions, and that portion lying north of lots Nos. 10 in the 9th and 
10th concessions thereof; the Township of Tay, except that portion 
lying west of the 8th concession; the island in Lake Huron con- 
tiguous to that portion of the Township of Tay, forming part of 
the 10th division, and lying wholly or for the most part opposite 
thereto. 

Note. — Each of the said several divisions shall include all allow- 
ances for roads embraced within its external limits, and shall also 
extend to the centre of every allowance for road lying external and 
adjacent to every such division, excepting always where any such 
last-mentioned allowance is hereinbefore declared to belong to or 
form part of any particular division. 

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AND GLENGARRY— ^fSS^§^^^^c^o;z;Q 

1. Williamptown 9.00 a.m. 

2. Alexandria 10.00 a.m. 10 . . « .. 1 .. 3 .. 4 .. b 

S.Cornwall 10.00 a.m. 3 7 7 11 16 27 . . 29 . . iO 21 

4. Wales .12.30 p.m. 

5. Morrisburg 1.00p.m.' 

6. Iroquois 12.30 p.m. 

7. MountainSt'n 12.00 n'n 

8. Finch 10.00 a.m. 

9. Lancaster 9.00 a.m. 

10. Ghesterviile 10.30 a.m. 

11. Moose Creek 10.30 a.m. 

12. Maxville 10.00 a.m. 



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1. — Township of Charlottenburg, in the County of Glengarry. 
2. — Township of Lochiel, in the County of Glengarry. 
3. — Township of Cornwall, in the County of Stormont. 



ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 131 

4. — Township of Osnabruck, in the County of Stormont. 

5. — Township of Williamsburg, in the County of Dundas. 

6. — Township of Matilda, in the County of Dundas. 

7. — Township of Mountain, in the County of Dundas. 

8. — Township of Finch, in the County of Stormont. 

9. — Township of Lancaster, in the County of Glengarry. 
10. — Township of Winchester, in the County of Dundas. 
11. — Township of Roxborough, in the County of Stormont. 
12. — Township of Kenyon, in the County of Glengarry. 



SUDBURY- l^l^l^^^lcS^^ 

1. Sudburv. -...10.00 a.m. 21 18 18 15 20 17 . . .. 16 21 18 16 

2. Chelmsford. . 2.00 p.m. 22 . . . . 7 . . 25 . . . . 9 . . 19 . . 

W ebb wood 9.00 a. m 11 17 

Massey 9.00 a.m 13 3 

4. Warren 9.00 a.m. 23 .. .. 22 .. 26 22 .. .. 



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First Division Court. — That part of the District of Sudbury as 
follows: Commencing at the southwest angle of the township No. 
82; thence on a line produced north to the northwest angle of the 
Township of Fairbank; thence east to the southeast angle of the 
Township of Rayside; thence north to the northwest angle of the 
Township of Creelman; thence east to the northeast angle of the 
same township; thence south to the southeast angle of the town- 
ship; thence east to the line between the Townships of Aylmer and 
Mackelcan; thence south on, that line to the southern boundary. 

Second Division Court. — So much of the district as lies north 
of a line produced westerly from the southeast angle of the Town- 
ship of Rayside to the west boundary of the said district, and south 
of the limits of the Fifth Division and including all the territory 
westerly of the line known as O.L.S. Speight's Meridian Line. 

Third Division Court. — So much of the district as lies west of 
a line produced north from the southwest angle of the Township 
No. 82, to the northwest angle of the Township of Fairbank, thence 
west to the boundary of the said district. 



TIMISKAMING— ^^^<'^^^<w6^Q^ 



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Hhilevbury 10.00 a.m. . . 27 . . 28 . . 30 39 . . 18 

bait 10 00 a.m . 30 . . 31 . . 28 29 . . 20 . . 

2. New Liskeard 10.00 a.m. 29 26 26 3 » 26 23 . . . . 22 27 24 . . 

3. Fnjrlehart 1.00p.m. 27 .. 17 .. 19 16 .. .. 15 .. 17 .. 

4. Elk Lake 3.00 p.m. 20 . . 24 . . 15 IL .. 19 .. 

5. Porcupine 10 00 a.m. 16 .. 20 .... 19 .... 18 .... 11 

6. Cochrane 10 00 a.m. 23 . . 27 24 22 26 . . . . 25 . . 27 . . 

1, — To be composed of that portion of the District lying south 
of the northerly boundary of the Townships of Klock, Barr, First- 
brook, and Bucke, and east of the line between the Townships of 
Van Nostrand and Klock, produced southerly to the northern boun- 
dary District. 



132 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 

2. — To be composed of the Townships of Cane, Henwood, Kerns,. 
Harley, Casey, Auld, Lundy, Hudson, Dymond, Harris, Hilliard 
and Brethour, and the Town of New Liskeard. 

3. — To be composed of that part of the District that lies north 
of the northern boundary of the Townships of Cane, Henwood^ 
Kerns, Hilliard and Brethour, and east of the boundary line be- 
tween the Townships of Tudhope and Bryce, produced northerly 
to the north-west angle of the Township of Bernhardt, thence east 
to the boundary of the District. 

4. — To be composed of so much of the District as lies south of 
the southerly boundary of the Township of Langmuir produced 
easterly to the north-west angle of the Township of Bernhardt, 
and west of the line between the Townships of Maisonville and 
Bernhardt, produced southerly to the southern boundary of the 
District. 

5. — So much of the District as lies west of a line produced 
north from the southeast angle of the Township of Geikie, to the 
boundary of said District. 

6. — To be composed of that portion of the District lying north 
of the southerly boundary of the Township of Langmuir, produced 
easterly to the eastern boundary of the District. 

THUNDER BAY — 

Division Court. 
1. Port Arthur — 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month. 

3. Fort William — 1st and 3rd Thursday each month, except July 3rd, 
Aug. 2l8t, Dec. 4th. 

1. — All that part of the district lying west of the meridian of 
87 degrees of west longitude, to the meridian of the most easterly 
part of Hunter's Island, excepting therefrom the Municipality of 
Neebing. 

3. — Comprising the Municipality of Neebing. 

VICTORIA— ^f^ S ^ ^ g 

1. Woodville... 1.30 p.m 10 .. .. 

2. Fenelon Falls 1.30 p.m. 9 .. 9 . . 29 

3. Bobcavgeon.12.30 p.m. 5 .. 5 .. 4 

4. Omemee 11.30a.m 2 .. .. 

5. Lindsay 10.00 am. 6 3 3 7 5 

J. S. &Jury. 7 4 4 8 6 

6. Oak wood.... 10. 00 a.m. 2 .. 6 .. 7 

7 r Vi( toria Rd.lO 00 a.m 25 . . . . 

'•\Coboconk..lO.OOa.m. 8 12 

1. — The first consists of the following townships and parts of 
townships., viz: Of the 15th concession of the Township of Mari- 
posa, and the Township of Eldon, except the ranges north and south 
of the Portage Road. 

2. — All of the Township of Fenelon, except that portion lying 
east of the Scugog River, and south of Sturgeon Lake, and the 
Township of Somerville. 

3. — The Township of Verulam. 

4. — The Township of Emily. 



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5. — The Town of Lindsay, Township of Ops, and that portion 
of the Township of Penelon lying east of the Scugog River, and 
south of Sturgeon Lake. 

6. — The Township of Mariposa, except the 15th concession, 
7. — The Townships of Garden and Dalton, Laxtbn, Digby and 
Longford, and the Township of Bexley, and that portion of the 
Township of Eldon north of Portage Road, and the range south of 
Portage Road. 

WATERLOO- , ^^i^i^^iiSia 

I.Berlin 10.00a.m. 53321 13.. 9521 

2. Preston 10.00a.m. 6.. 4.. 2.. 6.. 10.. 3.. 

3. Gait 10.00a.m. 7453427. .11 842 

4. Baden 11.00a.m. 8.. 6.. 5.. 8 . . 14 . . 5.. 

5. Hawkesville 11.00 a.m. 9 .. 7 .. 6 .. 9 . . 15 . . 6 .. 

6. St. Jacobs 10.00 a.m. 10 . . 9 .. 7 . . 10- . . 16 . . 9 .. 

7. Ayr 11.00a.m. 12 8 17 

1. — All that portion of the Township of Waterloo lying north 
of Blockline on the west side of the Grand River, and that part 
of the upper block of said township lying north of said township 
lying on the east side of the Grand River, north of lots Nos. 115, 
109, 104, 86 and 95, to the Guelph Township line, including the 
Towns of Berlin and Waterloo. 

2. — All that part of the Township of Waterloo lying south of 
the Blockline on the west side of the Grand River, and that part 
lying on the east side of the Grand River, south of the northern 
boundary of lots Nos. 115, 109, 104, 85 and 95, to the Guelph 
Township line, including the Villages of Preston and Hespeler. 

3. — All that portion of the Township of North Dumfries lying east 
of lot No. 19 in the 7th concession, and running a course with the 
eastern boundary of the said lot in a northerly direction up to the 
12th concession; thence along the eastern boundary of lot No. 23, 
in the said 12 th concession, to the township line, including the Town 
of Gait. 

4. — The Township of Wilmot, including the Village of New 
Hamburg. 

5. — The Township of Wellesley. 

6. — The Township of Woolwich. 

7. — All that part of the Township of North Dumfries lying west 
of the eastern boundary of said lot No. 19, in the 7th concession; 
thence along the eastern limits of the said lot No. 19, the same 
course thereof, in a northerly direction to the 15th concession; 
thence along the westerly limit of lot No. 23, in the said 12th con- 
cession to the Township line, including the Village of Ayr. 

WELLAND— 4j^^^^^^<^O^Q 

1. Welland ....10.00 a.m. 522*2113.. 2131 

2. MflrehviMe ..10.00 a.m. 12 .. .. 29 .. 29 .. .. 14 .. 2.. 

3. Bridgeburg..! 0.30 a.m. 9 .. 6 .. 5 24 .... 17 .. 9 .. 

4. Niagara Falls 10.00 a.m. 6333427.. 3242 

5. Thorold 9 00 a.m. 7.. 4.. 6 25.. .. 4.. 5.. 

6. Port Colborne 9.00 a.m. 10 . 5 . 7 26 .... 16 . . 6 .. 

1. — The Township of Crowland; that part of the Township of 
Thorold lying south of the line between lots 178 and 195, running 
through to Pelham; that part of Pelham lying south of the 4th con- 
cession, and that part of Humberstone lying north of the concession 



134 ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 

line, between the 4th and 5th concessions, being the wholes of the 
15th concession and the Town of Welland. 

2. — The Township of Wainfleet. 

3. — The Township of Bertie, and those parts of the Township 
of Humberstone not included in Nos. 1 and 6, and the Village of 
Fort Erie. 

4. — The Township of Willoughby, the Village of Chippawa, and 
that part of the Township of Stamford south of the line between 
lots 136 and 137; easterly from the westerly limit of the township 
to the southeast angle of lot No. 133; thence north on the line 
between lots Nos. 132 and 133, to the northern boundary of the 
township, including the Towns of Clifton and Navy Island. 

5. — Those parts of the Township of Stamford, Thorold and Pel- 
ham not included in any other division, and the Town of Thorold. 

6. — All the Township of Humberstone lying south of the 5th 
concession, and west of the side lines between lots Nos. 9 and 10, 
in the several other concessions thereof, and the Village of Port 
Colborne. ' 

WELLINGTON— 4&^^^>^S<<^0^0 

1. Guelph( For Trials).. 10. 00 a.m. 8552742.. 3 153 



Judgment Summonses 12. 00 noon 9.. 6.. 8.. 3.. 4.. 6 

2. Aberfoyle 2.00 p.m 7.... 5.... 2 

3. Ro<*kwood 11.00 a.m. .. 10 .... 15 

4. Fergus 11.30 a.m. 20 . . 10 . . 5 

5. Erin 9.30 a.m 13 . 19 

6. Flora 11.30 a.m. 19 . . 9.. 4 

7. Dravlon 12.30 p.m. 21 . . 11 . . 6 

8. Arthur 9.80a.m. 14 . . 4 .. 13 



r Harriston 1.00 p.m. 12 . . .. ..11 



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11. Mount Forest 9.30 a.m. 13 . . 3 . . 12 



Palmerston 1.00 p.m 2 



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1. — The Town and Township of Guelph. 

2. — The Township of Puslinch. 

3. — The Township of Eramosa. 

4. — The Township of Nichol, excepting the 11th and 12th con- 
cessions; the Municipality of Fergus; the first eight concessions of 
the Township of Garafraxa; and lots 1 to 18, both inclusive, in 
concessions A and, B of the Township of Peel; lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 
17 and 18, in concessions 18 and 19, and lots 19, 20 and 21 in 
tlie 17th concession of the Township of Peel. 

5. — The Township of Erin. 

6. — The Township of Pilkington, and the 11th and 12th con- 
cessions of the Township of Nichol; the Municipality of the Village 
of Elora, and lots Nos. 19 and upwards belonging to the 9th, 10th, 
11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th concessions of Peel. 

7. — Concessions 1 to 16, inclusive, of the Township of Mary- 
boro', and concessions 1 to 16, inclusive, of the Township of Peel, 
except lots 19, 2 0, 21, 22 and 23 of those concessions in that town- 
ship. 

8. — That part of the Township of Arthur south and southeast 
of lot 15, on the west side of the Owen Sound Road, in the Township 
of Arthur; that part of the Township of Luther from 1 to 16, both 
inclusive; and lots 1 to 12, both inclusive, of the 17th and 18th 
concessions of the Township of Peel; lots 5 to 11, both inclusive, 
of the 19th concession of said Township of Peel; and lots 19 to 23, 
both inclusive, of concessions A and B of said Township of Peel. 



ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 



135 



9. — The territory formerly comprised in this division is now in 
the County of Dufferin. 

10. — The Township of Minto. 

11. — The Town of Mount Forest, and that part of the Township 
of Arthur north of lot 16, west of the Owen Sound Road; lot 17, 
oa the Owen Sound Road, and lot 13, east of the Owen Sound Road. 



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1 . Hamilton 10.00 a.m. 

2. Dundas 10.00 a.m. 

3. Waterdown 10 00 a.m. 

4. Lynden (Orkney) .. 9.0) a.m. 

5. Stoney Creek 10.00 a.m. 

7. Glanford 10.00 a.m. 

8. Binbrook 11.00 a.m. 

9 . Hamilton 10.00 a.m. . 



Calendar not compiled hy Jan. 15th. 



TRIAL SITTING 

1. Hamilton (Jury).... 10.00 a.m. 29 12 5 2 7 18 .. .. 10 15 5 17 

SUMMONS SITTINGS 

1. Hamilton (Judgment) 10. 00 a.m. 14 . . 11 . . 6 . . 15 . . 9 
9. Hamilton (Judgment) 10.00 a.m. 9 .. 6 . . 15 . . 10 . . 18 



18 
27 



1. — All that part of the Township of Barton lying east of the 
lines between lots 14 and 15, and all that part of Hamilton City 
east of Hughson Street. 

2. — The whole of the Township of Flamboro' West, the Town of 
Dundas, and the east half of the Township of Ancaster. 

3. — The whole of the Township of Flamboro' East. 

4. — The whole of the Township of j-everly and the west half of 
the Township of Ancaster. 

5. — The whole of the Township of Saltfleet. 

7. — The whole of the Township of Glanford. 

8. — The whole of the Township of Binbrook. 

9. — All that part of the Township of Barton lying west of the 
lines between lots 14 and 15, and part of Hamilton City west of 
Hughson Street. 



YORK — 



1. Toronto. 



January 6 13 20 27 

February 3 10 17 24 

March 3 10 17 24 

April 7 14 21 28 

Mav 5 12 19 26 

June 2 9 16 23 

Julv 7 14 21 28 

September 8 15 22 29 

October 6 13 20 27 

November 3 10 17 24 

December 1 8 15 22 

Jury Cases— 11th Feb., 6ih May, 7th Oct. 



30 



29 



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ONTARIO DIVISION COURTS. 



2 . Markham Village \ . 

Stouffville J . 

S. Richmond Hill 

4 . Newmarket 

5 . Sutton 

6. Aurora 

7. Woodbridge 

8. Weston 

9. Scarborough at 
Crew's Hall, King- 
ston Road 



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10. Toronto. 



January 8 15 22 29 

February 5 12 19 26 

March 5 12 19 26 

April 2 9 16 23 30 

May 7 14 21 28 .. 

June 4 11 18 25 

July 2 9 16 23 .. 

September 10 17 24 

October 1 8 15 22 29 

November 5 12 19 26 

December 3 10 17 .. 31 

Jury Cases— 13th Feb., 8th May, 2nd Oct. 



1. — The City of Toronto east of Yonge Street, at date 14th Sep- 
tember, 1875 (i.e., Bloor, Sherbourne and Howard Streets on the 
north, the Don on the east, down to Queen Street, and south of 
Queen Street as far as Lee Avenue). 

2. —Concessions 5 to 11, inclusive, of the Township of Markham, 
and concessions 5 to 10, inclusive, of the Township of Whitchurch, 
from 1 CO 10, inclusive, together with the Villages of Markham and 
Stouffville. 

3. — Concessions 1 to 4, inclusive, of the Township of Markham, 
and concessions 1 to 4, inclusive, of the Township of Whitchurch, 
from lots 1 to 10, inclusive, and concessions 1 to 3, inclusive, of the 
Township of Vaughan. 

4. — The Township of Whitchurch, from the line between lots 
10 and 11 northward; and the Township of East Gwillimbury. 

5. — The Township of Georgina and North Gwillimbury. 

6. — The Township of King and the incorporated Village ol 
Aurora. 

7. — Concessions 4 to 11, inclusive, of the Township of Vaughan. 

8. — All that portion of the Township of York lying west of 
Yonge Street, and the Township of Etobicoke. 

9. — Township of Scarboro', and all that portion of the Township 
of York which lies east of Yonge Street, and the Village of Leslie- 
ville. 

10. — The City of Toronto, west of Yonge Street, at date of 10th 
September, 1875 {i.e., Bloor Street on the north and DufCerin Street 
on the west). 



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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 



SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice: 
Hon. W. W. Sullivan. 

Assistant Justices: 
Hon. R. R. Fitzgerald; Hon. P. L. Haszard. 

Prothonotary and Clerk of the Crown: 
W. A. O. Morson. 

Assistant Prothonotary: 
L. E. Brecken. 

Sheriffs: 

b\ H. Home, Queens County; .Wm. Andrew, Prince County; 

Robert Curran, Kings County. 



COURT OF CHANCERY. 

Master of the Bolls: 
Hon. F. L. Haszard. 

Vice-Chancellor: ^Registrar: 

Hon. R. R. Fitzgerald. L. E. Brecken. 



ADMIRALTY COURT. 

Judge : 
Hon. W. W. Sullivan. 

Begistrar : 
W. A. O, Morson. 

PROBATE AND SURROGATE COURT. 

Judge: 
Hon. Richard Reddin. 

Begistrar : 
J. H. Anderson. 



JUDGES OF THE COUNTY COURTS. 

Queens County, Hon. H. C. McDonald; Kings County, Hon. S. 
Blanchard; Prince County, Hon. Neil McLeod. 
10 



138 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

THE LAW SOCIETY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



President : 
K. J. Martin. 



Vice-President : 
D. E. Shaw. 



Secretary-Treasurer: 
W. E. Bentley. 

Executive Committee: 
D. C. McLeod, A. A. McDonald, W. S. Stewart, D. A. McKinnon. 

Examiners for Admission to the Bar: 

K. J. Martin; C R. Smallwood; J. A. Matheson; Gilbert Gaudet, 
Attorney-General ex-officio. 

Examiners of Applicants to Study Law: 
D. C. McLeod, C. R. Smallwood, K. J. Martin. 

Committee on Law Beporting : 
D. C. McLeod, J. A. Matheson, W. S. Stewart. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 



CHARLOTTETOWN — Co. 

Queens. 
Carvell, W. F. H. 
Duffy, G. G. 
.Gaudet, Gilbert. 
Haviland. E. H. 
Johnston & Inman, J. J. 

Johnston, G. S. Inman. 
McDonald, A. A. 
McDonald, J. S. 
McKinnon & McNeill, D. A. 

McKinnon, R. N. McNeilL 
McLean & McKinnon, A. A. 

McLean, D. McKinnon. 
McLeod & Bentley. D. C. 

McLeod, ,K.G., W. 'E. 

Bentley, K.C. 

Card, Appendix Page 54. 

Martin, K. J. 

Matheson, J. A. 

Palmer, H. J. 

Redrlin, J. H. 

Smallwood, G. R. 

Stewart & Gampbell. W. 
S. Stewart, N. A. Gamp- 
bell. 

Warburton & Shaw. A. B. 
Warburton, D. E. Shaw. 

ALBERTON — Go. Prince. 
Tweedy. G. 



CRAPAUD, See Gharlotte- 
town. 

GEORGETOWN— Go. Kings. 
Stewart, J. D. 

O'LEARY— Go. Prince. 
Matthews, G. M. 

MALPEQUE, See Summer- 
side. 

MONTAGUE, See Gharlotte- 
town. 

MOUNT STEWART, See 

Gharlottetown. 

SOURIS— Go. Kings. 
Fraser, A. L. 
McQuaid, A. 

SUMMERSIDE — Go. Prince. 

Bell & Tanton. J. H. Bell, 
B. W. Tanton. 

McGallum, G. D. 

McLeod. N. 

McQuarrie & Arsenault. N. 
McQuarrie, A. E. Arsen- 
ault. 

Saunders, A. C. 

Strong, H. 

Tanton. W. 

Wright, H. E. 

Wyatt, J. E. 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 139 

QUEBEC 

COURT OP KING'S BENCH. 

Chief Justice: 
Hon. Horace Archambeault. 
Puisne Judges: 
Hon. N. W. Trenholme; Hon. J. Lavergne; Hon. A. G. Cross; Hon. 
H. G. Carroll; Hon. H. H. A. Gervais. 

Crown Side. 

Clerks of the Crown: 
Alphonse Pouliot, Quebec; A. E. Corriveau, Montreal. 

Appeal Side. 

Clerhs of Appeal: 
Alphonse Pouliot, Quebec; C. A. Chenevert, Montreal. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Chief Justice: 

Hon. Sir Charles Peers Davidson, Montreal. 

Hon. F. X. Lemieux, Acting C.J., Quebec. 

ADMIRALTY COURT. 

Judge: 

Hon. Sir Adolphe Basil Routhier, Quebec; Hon. John Dunlop, 

Deputy, Montreal. 

COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE PEACE. 

Judges : 
Hon. C. Langlier, Quebec; Hon. A. Bazin, Hon. F. X. Choquet, 

Montreal. 

Police Magistrates : 

(With power to preside in the absence of the Judge.) 

Hon. Seth P. Leet; Hon. Ulric Lafontaine; Hon. H. Lanctot. 

RECORDER'S COURT. 

Recorders : 

E. A. Dery, Quebec; R. S. Weir, A. Geoffrion, Montreal; 

G. Hugh Semple, K.C., Acting Recorder, Montreal. 

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF MONTREAL. 

Judges : 

Hon. Calixte LeBeuf; 

Hon. John D. Purcell. Hon. Archille Dorion. 

Hon. J. B. Archambault. 

JUVENILE DELINQUENTS COURT. 

Judge : 
Hon. F. X. Choquet. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Attorney-General : Deputy Attorney-General: 

Hon. Sir Lomer Gouin, K.C. Charles Lanctot, K.C. 



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ADVOCATES 



143 



NOTE: Where there is no Advocate, reference is made to the nearest place 
with a resident Advocate. 



ACTON — Dist. St. Hyacinthe. 
Mailhot, M. 

ADAMSVILLE, See Sweets- 
burg. 

AMQUB — Dist. Rimouski. 
Noel, H. E. 

ARTHABASKA — Dist. Artha- 

baska. 
Crepeau & Cote. L. P. 

Crepeau, P. C. Cote. 
Laveritne, L. R. 
IWethot & Gipouapd. J. E. 

Methot, K.C., J. E. Gir- 

ouard. 
Perrault & Perrault. J. E. 

Perrfiult, G. Perrault. 
Tourigny, Lucien. 
Walsh & Poisson. J. F. 

Walsh, J. Poisson. 

ASBESTOS, See Richmond. 

BAGOTVILLE, See Chicouti- 
mi. 

BAIE ST PAUL — Dist. 

Sag-uenay. 
Gagnon, E. 
Gobeil, Jules. 

BARNSTON, See Coaticooke. 

BEAUCEVILLE — Dist. 
Beauce. 
Dionne, J. B. 

BEAUHARNOIS — Dist. Beau- 

harnois. 
Brossoit, Numa E. (See 
Valleyfleld. 

BEAUPORT, See Quebec. 

BEDFORD — Dist. Bedford. 
Capsey, Geo. 

Card, Appendix Page 54. 

BERTHIER (en haut) See 
Joliette. 

BERTHIER — Dist. Joliette. 
Allard & Allard. Victor 

and Gaston Allard. 
Denis, Jean J. 

Card, Appendix Fage 75. 
Martineau, Alphonse. 
BIG, See Rimouski. 

BISHOP'S CROSSING, See 

Arthabaska. 

BLACK LAKE — Dist. Artha- 
baska. 
Chobot, A. H. 



BOLTON, See Sweetsburg. 
BONAVENTURE EAST, See 

New Carlisle. 

BRIGHTON, See Sweetsburg. 
BROME, See Sweetsburg. 

BROMPTONVILLE, See Sher- 

brooke. 

BRYSON — Dist. Pontiac. 
Bappy, D. R., K.C. 

Card, Appendix Fage 55. 
IWillap, Roland, LL.L. 

BUCKINGHAM — Dist. Ottawa. 

Achim, Langlois & de 
Grandpre. (See Hull.) 

Beaudry, F. A. 

La IWohtagne, Yvon (See 
McAvoy & Co., Mon- 
treal). 

Talbot, J. 

CAMPBELL'S BAY, See Bry- 
son. 

CAP ST. IGNACE, See Mont- 

magny. 

CAUSAPSCAL — See Rimou- 
ski. 

CEDAR HALL, Refer to 
Rimouski. 

CHAMBLY, See St. Jean. 
CLARANCEVILLE, See Bed- 
ford. 
CHICOUTIMI — Dist. Ghi- 
coutimi. 
Alain, L., K.C. 
Belley & Gagne. L. G. 

Belley, J. C. Gagne. 
Girard, L. P. 
Lapointe & Langlals. Simon 

Lapointe, A. Langlais. 
Levesque, Elz. 
Tremblay, 0. 

COATICOOKE — Dist. St. 
Francois. 
Beaulne, J., K.C. 
Hanson, A. C. . 
Shurtleff, W: L., K.C. 
Verret, Hector, K.C. 
COMPTON, See Sherbrooke. 
COOKSHIRE — Dist. St. 
Francois. 
Charbonnel, L. E. 
COTEAU STATION, See Hunt- 
ingdon. 

COWANSVILLE — Dist. Bed- 
ford. 
Cotton, W. U. 



IM 



ADVOCATES. 



DALHOUSIE STATION — See 

Huntingdon. 

DANVILLE — Dist. St. Fran- 
cois. 
Leclerc & Bayard. Felix 
Leclerc, J A. Bayard. 

DISRAELI — Dist. St. Fran- 
cois. 
Chicoine, Wilfrid. 

DIXVILLE, See Coaticooke. 

DRUMMONDVILLE — Dist. 
Arthabaska. 
Garceau, N. 
Lalonde, Charles H., LL.B. 

Card, Appendix Page 55. 
Marier, Jos. 
DUNHAM, See Sweetsburg. 

EAST ANGUS, See Sher- 

brooke. 
EAST BROUGHTON, See Que- 
bec. 
EAST FARNHAM, See Sweets- 
burg. 
EASTMAN, See Knowlton. 
ELY, See Waterloo. 
FARNHAM — Dist. Bedford. 
Gaudet, A. 
Lefebvre, J. E. 
Poulin, J. S. 
FASSETT, See Buckingham. 
PORT COLONGE, See Bryson. 
FOX RIVER— Dist. Gaspe. 

Ghagnon, M. J. E. 
FRASERVILLE (P.O. Address, 
Riviere du Loup en has) 
— Dist. Kamouraska. 
Berube, L. 
Cimon, H. 

Lapointe, Stein & Leves- 

que. E. Lapointe, K.G., 

A. Stein, K.G., D. Leves- 

que, LL.L. 

Paradls, Leon (also Riv. 

du Loup). 
Potvin & Langlais. J. W. 

A. Potvin, J. Langlais. 
Riou, S. G. 
FRELIGHSBURQ, See Sweets- 
burg. 
GASPE, See Rimouski. 
QRANBY— Dist. Bedford. 

Boivih, Geo. H. 
GRAND MERE — Dist. Three 
Rivers. 
Desilets, Aug. 
Lefebvre, Arthur. 
HEMMINGFORD, See Hunt- 
ingdon. 
HENRYVILLE, See St. John's. 
HOWICK— Brossoit, Numa E. 
(See Valleyfleld). 



HULL — Dist. Ottawa. 

Achim, Langlois & de 
Grandpre. Honore- 

Achim, M.P., J. G. Lang- 
lois, Jos. D. de Grand- 
pre. 

Aylen &. Duclos (See Ot- 
tawa). 

Belcourt, Hon. N. A., K.C. 
(See Ottawa). 

Champagne, Nap. (See Ot- 
tawa). 

Cousineau, L. 

Desjardins, A. R., K.C. 

Devlin & Ste. Marie. E. 
B. Devlin, K.G., J. W. 
Ste. Marie, K.C. 

Devlin, J. A. 

Foran, T. P., K.C. 

Fortier, H. A. 

Gordon, A., K.C. 

Graham, C. K. 

Leduc, L. A. 

Lemieux, A., K.C. (See 
Ottawa;. 

McConnell, Arthur. 

Parent, J. A. 

Wright, Gamble & Smart. 

George C. Wright, Wm. 

Gamble, Russel S. Smart. 

Card, Appendix Page 55. 

HUNTINGDON — Dist. Beau- 
harnois. 
Brossoit, Numa E. (See 

Valleyfleld). 
McCormick & Lebourveau 
(See Montreal). 
IBERVILLE, See St. John's. 
INVERNESS, See Thetford. 
JOLIETTE — Dist. Joliette. 
Bonin, C. 
Bourgeois, J. U. 
DeLanandiere, C. T. 
Denis, Jean J., K.C. 

Card, Appendix Page 75. 

Dubeau, J.A. 

Ducharme, J. P. L. 

Grenier, J. A. 

Hebert, E. 

Marsolais, A. L. 

Piette, J. A. 

Renaud & Guibault. J. A. 
Renaud, K.C, Alex. Gui- 
bault. 

Tellier & Ladouceur. J. M. 
Tellier, M.P.P., K.C, J. 
E. Ladouceur. 

Trudeau, H. 

JONQUIERE — Dist. Ghi- 
coutimi. 
Bergeron, T. L. 
JOVITE, See St. Jerome. 
KNOWLTON — Dist. Bedford. 

Fay, J. E. 
LABELLE — Dist. Ottawa. See 
St. Jerome. 



QUEBEC. 



145 



LACHUTE — Dist. Terrebonne. 
Bampton, Geo. E., K.G. 
Legault, Lorenzo L. 

Card, Appendix Page 55. 
Palliser, Jos. 
LACOLLE, See St. John's. 
LAKE MEGANTIC — Dist. St. 
Francois. 
Becigneul, A. 
Gaudet, J. A. 
Laliberte, Edgar. 
Roy, Joseph. 
L'ASSOMPTION — Dist. Joll- 
ette. 
Faribault, J. E., K.G. 
Piche, J. A., K.G. 
LA TUQUE — Dist. Three 
Rivers. 
Ducharme, Romulas. 
Roiiillard, Leon. 
LAWRENCEVILLE, See 

Waterloo. 
LENNOXVILLE, See Sher- 

brooke. 
L'EPIPHAIMIE, See L'Assomp- 

tion. 
LEVIS, See Quebec. 
LOUISEVILLE — Dist. Three 
Rivers. 
Beland, Gedeon. 
Desaulniers, A. L., K.G. 
Ducharme, Raoul. 
MAGOG — Dist. St. Francois. 

Tourigny, A. 
MALBAIE — Dist. Saguenay. 
Bergeron, R. 
D'Auteuil & Simard. P. 

D'Auteuil, R. Simard. 
Martin, P. 
MAIMIWAKI — Dist. Ottawa. 
Achim, Langlois & de 
Grandpre. (See Hull.) 
MANSONVILLE, See Knowl- 

ton. 
MARBLETON, See Richmond. 
MARIEVILLE —Dist. St. Hya- 
cinthe. 
Ostlguy, J. E. 
MATANE — Dist. Rimouski. 

Gagnon, Paul E. 
MATAPEDIA, See Rimouski. 
MEGANTIC, See Lake Me- 

gantic. 
MELBOURNE, See Richmond. 
MILBY, See Sherbrooke. 
MILTON EAST, See Waterloo. 
MONTE BELLO, See Bucking- 
ham. 
MONT LAURIER— Dist. Otta- 
wa. 
Charette, Ernest. 
MONTMAGNY — Dist. Mont- 
magny. 
Bender, Joseph A. 
Bepube, Omep. 
Dechenes, A. 



MONTMAGNY— Continued 

Gagne & Gagne. Albert 
Gagne, J. A. Gagne. 

Gendron, Charles. 

Lavergne, Real. 

Rousseau, M., K.G. 
MONTREAL — Dist. Montreal. 

Adam, Jos., K.G. 

Alexander, G. L. 

Allan, Jas. B., K.G. 

Angeps, deLorlmier, Qodin 
& deLopimlep, Credit 
Foncier Bldg. Hon. Sir 
A. R. Angers, K.C., A. E. 
de Lorimier, K.G., Eug. 
H. Godin, J. G. deLori- 
mier, J. E. Morrier. 
Card, Appendix Page 55. 

Angus, D. J. 

Apchambault, Roblllapd, 

Jullen & Bepapd, 15 St. 
James St. J. B. Archam- 
bault, J. A. Robillard, 
K.C., J. A. Julien, G. 
Marin. 

Archambault, A. S. 

Archambault, G. F. A. 

Archambault, J. H. 

Archambault, L. H., K.G. 

Archibald & Archibald, 
Duluth Bldg. S. G. 
Archibald, K. Archibald. 

Armstrong, Edgar N., K.G. 

Atwater, Duclos & Bond, 
Guardian Bldg. Hon. A. 
W. Atwater, K.C., 
Charles A. Duclos, K.C., 
W. L. Bond, K.C., E. C. 
T. Penny. 

Audet, H. E. 

Baker, W. A., K.G. 

Ballon, L 

Barnard & McKeown, Do- 
minion Express Bldg. G. 
A. Barnard, K.G., W. K. 
McKeown, Leopold Cho- 
quet. 

Barry, Leopold. 44 Bank 
of Ottawa Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 55. 

Bastlen, Bergeron, Consln- 
eau & Jasmin, 70 St. 

James St. F. deS. Bas- 
tlen, K.C., J. G. H. Ber- 
geron, K.G., P. Gonslneau, 
K.G., Aquila Jasmin, N. 
U. Lacasse. 

Beatty, E. W. (Gen. Coun- 
selor, G.P.R.) Windsor 
Station. Solicitors: J. 
McNaught, E. P. Flintoft, 
John Gillies. 

Beaubien & Lamarche, 
Royal Trust Bldg. C. P. 
Beaubien, K.G., Jos. A. 
Lamarche, K.C., Aid. 
Blain. 



146 



ADVOCATES. 



MONTREAL — Continued. 
Beauchamp, J. J., K.G. 
Beauchemin, Alfred. 
Beaudry, Beaudry & Fillon, 

Credit Poncier Bldg. L. 
R. Beaudry, LL.L., J. 
Adrien Beaudry, LL.L., 
E. Filion. 

Beaureg-ard <^ Labelle, 58 
St. James St. E. Beaure- 
gard, J. E. Labelle. 

Beckett, A. E. (Solicitor 
G.T.R.), McGill St. 

Beique, Beique & Beique, 
Transportation Bldg. Hon. 
P. L. Beique, K.C., 
L. J. Beique, P. A. 
Beique. 

Belang'er, George. 

Benoit, B. 

Bernard, J. A. 

Bernard & Gadbois, Que. 
Bank Bldg. L. E. Bern- 
ard, K.G., E. Gadbois, 
LL.L. 

Berthiaume, Albert. 

Bertbiaume, Arthur. 

Bessette & Dutaud, Hoche- 
la^a Bank Bldg. W. Bes- 
sette, G. Dutaud. 

Blggap, W. H., K.C. (Gen- 
eral Counsel G.T.R. and 
G.T.P.R.), McGill St. 

Bisaillon. BisaiMon & Pepin, 
d7 Place d'Armes Hill. 
P. J. Bisaillon, K.C, 
Hector R. Bisaillon, Alex. 
Penin. 
Card, Appendix Pa^e 56. 

Bissonnet & Cordeau, Roy- 
al Trust Bldg. A. E. J. 
Bissonnet, K.C, L. B. 
Cordeau. 

Bissonnette, J. B., K.C 

Blafr, Laverty & Hale, 

Canada Life Bldg. John 

W. Blair, P. J. Laverty, 

K.C, Chas. A. Hale. 

Card, Appendix Page 56. 

Bonin, Morin, Laramee & 
Bonin, 180 St. .Tames St. 
J. A. Bonin. K.C, L. J. 
S. Morin, K.C, J. A. A. 
Laramee, Alex. Bonin. 

BouchervM!«) (de) MuIIln 
& Wlathieu, 180 St. 
James St. J. B. de 
Boucherville, K.C, R. T. 
Mullin, A. Papineau 
Mathieu. 

Boudreault, J. B. 

Bourbonniere^ P., K.C. 

Bouthillier, V. 

Bowie, D. E. 

Brodeur, Berard & Beaudry, 
80 St. Gabriel St. Donat 
Brodeur, K.C, J. B. Ber- 
ard, K.C, Paul Beaudry. 
Card, Appendix Page 56. 



MONTREAL— Continued. 

Bpossard, Arthur, K.C, Du- 
luth, Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 56. 

Brossard, Edmond, 35 St. 
James St. 
Card, Appendix Page 56. 

Brosseau, A. 

Brosseau & Tansey, Guard- 
ian Bldg. T. Brosseau, 
K.C, T. M. Tansey. 

Brosseau, J. J., 172 Notre 
Dame e. 

Brown, Montgomery & Mc- 
Michael, Dominion Exp. 
Bldg. Albert J. Brown, 
K.C, W. Prescott Sharp, 
K.C, Geo. H. Montgomery, 
K.C, R. C McMichael, 
K.C, Warwick P. Chip- 
man, Rennie 0. McMur- 
try, Walter R. L. Shanks, 
E. S. McDougall. 
Card, Appendix Page 56. 

Brown & Staveley, Merch- 
ants Bank Bldg. E. N. 
Brown, W. R. Staveley. 

Bruchesi, Chas., K.C 

Bucban, J. S.. K.C. 

Budden, Hanbury A., Que- 
bec Bank Bldg. 

Bumbray & Gauthier, 
L. L. & G. Building. J. 
E. C Bumbray, Z. Gau- 
thier. 

Burchell, Chas. J., K.C. 
(See Maclean & Co., 
Halifax, N. S.) 

Burnett. Ralph. 

Busteed & Robertson, Que- 
bec Bank Bldg. E. B. 
Busteed, K C, D. C 
Robertson, K.C. 

Butler, T. P., K.C, 180 St. 
James St. 

Cahan, C. H., K.C, Trans- 
portation Bldg. 0. B. 
MacCallum, C H. Cahan, 
Jr. 
Card, Appendix Page 57. 

Cameron, J. A. H., Trans- 
portation Bldg. 

Cameron, J. D., 204 St. 
James St. 

Campbell, C S., K.C. (See 
Meredith & Co.) 

Campbell, MoMaster A 
Papineau, Canada Life 
Bldg. George A. Camp- 
bell, K.C, Andrew R. 
McMaster, K.C, Talbot 
M. Papineau. Counsel; 
Donald Macmaster, K.C, 
D.C.L. 

Carmichael, S., K.G. 

Caron, H. S. M. 

Cedras, J. L. 

Chambers, A. H. 



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MONTREAL — Continued. 
Champoux, Chas., Quebec 

Bank BIdg. 
Chasse, Aime. 
Chauvin, Baker & Walker, 

230 St. James St. Henry 

N. Chauvin, George H. 

Baker, M.P., Harold E. 

Walker; 
Card, Appendix Page 58. 
Cholette, H. A. K.C., 25 

St. James. 
Cinq-Mars & Cinq-Mars, 

Duluth Bldg. Alex, and 

Alf. Cinq-Mars. 
Claxton & Ker, Transpor- 
tation Bldg. A. G. B. 

Claxton, K.C., T. R. Ker. 
Cloran, Hon. H. J., K.G., 63 

St. Gabriel St. 
Coderpe, Foptin & Codeppe, 

Royal Trust Bldg. Hon. 

L. Coderre, K.C., A. P. 

X. Portin, 0. Coderre. 
Cohen & Goldenbepg, 20 

St. James. J. Cohen, B. 

Goldenberg. 
Cook & Magee, Royal Ins. 

Bldg. John Wilson 

Cook, K.C., Allan A. 

Magee, Hugh S. Pedley. 
Card, Appendix Page 57. 
Cotton St Westovep, Royal 

Ins. Bldg. C. M. Cotton, 

E. W. Westover. 
Card, Appendix Page 57. 
Coupep, Wm. M., B.C.L., 

30 St. John St. 
Card, Appendix Page 57. 
Cousins, Geo. V., Transpor- 
tation Bldg. 
Coyle, P. J., K.C. 
Craig, P. A. 
Cpankshaw & Cpankshaw, 

C. P. R. Telegraph Bldg. 

Jas. Crnnkshaw, K.G., 

Jas. Crankshaw, Jr. 
Cpeelman, A. R., K.C. (Gen- 
eral Counsel C.P.R.), 

Windsor Station. 
Cpesse, L. G. A., K.C, 3 

Notre Dame e. Philippe 

Dorval. 
Cross, S., K.C. 
Cruickshank, W. G., K.C. 
Cullen, J. P. 
Cuppan, Fpank J., 180 St. 

James St. 
Cuppan, L. E., 180 St. James 

St. 
Dagenais, J. P. W. 
Dalbec, Hector. 
Dandurand, Hon. R., K.C. 

(See Hibbard & Co.) 
David, J. A., 20 St. James 

St. 
Davidson & Ritchie, 12 

Phillips Sq. L. H. 

Davidson, K.C, W. P. 

Ritchie, K.C. 



MONTREAL— Continued. 

Davidson, Walnwplght & 
Alexander, Transportation 
Bldg. Peers Davidson, 
K.C, Arnold Wainwright, 
K.C, B.C.L., Maurice 
Alexander, R. V. C Sin- 
clair. 

Decaple & Decapy, Quebec 
Bank Bldg. Hon. J. L. 
Decarie, K.C, Alph. De- 
cary, K.C, Paul A. De- 
cary, E. Marier. 

Decarie, J. N. F. 

Deguipo & BIssonnette, 
Trust & Loan Bldg. A. 
S. Deguire, J. J. Bisson- 
nette. 

Delisle, Arthur, K.C, 70 
St. James St. 

De Lorimier, Jules, 17 Place 
d'Armes Hill. 

De Lorimier, L. R., 17 Place 
d'Armes Hill. 

de Loplmlep, Raoul G., K.C, 
97 St. James St. — 
Card, Appendix Page 57. 

Depocas, G. E. 

Desaulnieps & Vallee, 
Hochelaga Bank Bldg. G. 
Desaulniers, K.C, A. 
Vallee, E. Montpetit. J. 
J. B. Charbonneau. 

Desbois & Delage, 20 St. 
James St. D. L. Des- 
bois, K.C, L. A. Delage. 

Descarries c^ Descarries, 
18 Notre Dame e. Jos. A. 
Descarries, K.C, T. N. 
Descarries. 

Desjardins, C H. 

Des 'Rochers, P. 

Dessaulles & Garneau. 86 
Notre Dame West. Casi- 
mir Dessaulles, K.C, 
Leon Garneau, K.C, Geo. 
P. Vanier. 

Dion, J. A. E., 66 Notre 
Dame e. 

Doherty, Hon. C J., K.C 
(Minister of Justice), 
180 St. James St. 

Dopais & Dopals, 97 St. 
James St. A. P. Dorais, 
0. P. Dorais, A. Leblanc. 

Dubpeuil, J. F., 71a St. 
James. 

Duckett, R. L. 

Duff, A. Huntly, K.C, A 
Waltep A. Meppill, Com- 
mercial Union Bldg. — 
Card, Appendix Page 57. 

Dufresne, Aug. 

Dupre, L. P. 

Dussault, Mepcler & Du- 
puis, 11 Place d'Armes 
Hill. J. C H. Dussault, 
Jos. A. Mercier, P. L. 
Dupuis. 



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MONTREAL — Continued. 
Du Tremblay, P. R. 
Elliott & David, Canada 
Life Bldg. Henry J. 
Elliott, K.C., L. A. David, 
M. Dugas, A. Mailhot. 
Card, Appendix Page 59. 

Emard & Emard, 112 St. 

James St. Hon. J. A. 
Ouimet, K.C., J. U. Em- 
ard, K.C., E. Chas. 
Emard. 

Enright, F. T. 

Ewing & McFadden, L. L. 
& G. Bldg. J. A. Ew- 
ing, K.C., G. S. McFad- 
den. 

Fauteux & Fauteux, 97 St. 
James St. G. A. Fauteux, 
F. Fauteux. 

Ferguson, John M., K.C., 
179 St. James St. 

Fisher, R. E. 

Fleet, Falconer, Phelan & 
Bovey, 157 St. James St. 
C. J. Fleet, K.C., Alex. 
Falconer, K.C., M. A. 
Phelan, Wilfrid Bovey, 
W. R. Hastings, Robert- 
son Fleet. 
Card, Appendix Page 59. 

Fontaine & Labelle, La 
Presse Bldg. Z. Fon- 
taine, J. A. Labelle, K.G. 

Fortin, T. 

Foster, Martin, Mann, Mac- 
Kinnon 8t Hackett, Royal 
Ins. Bldg. G. G. Foster, 
K.C., J. E. Martin, K.C., 
J. A. Mann, K.C., G. G. 
MacKinnon, J. F. Hack- 
ett, H. R. Mulvena. 

Foster, W. E. (Asst. Solici- 
tor, G.T. Ry. Co.), Mc- 
Gill St. 

Fournier & Geoffrion, 38 
Notre Dame e. J. 0. 
Fournier, J. U. A. Geof- 
frion. 

Gagne, H. J. 

Gagnon, A. 

Garand, H. 

Gaudet, Chas. D., K.C.. 157 
St. James St. 

Gauthler & Beauregard, 
Power Bldg. L. J. 
Gauthier, K.C., L. E. 
Beauregard. 

Qeoffrlon, Geoffrion & Cus- 
son, 97 St. James St. 
Victor Geoffrion, K.C., 
Aime Geoffrion, K.G., Vic- 
tor Cusson, K. C. 
Card, Appendix Page 59. 

Germain, Alban. 

Gibeault, Arthur. 

Gibb, J. R. 



MONTREAL— Continued. 

Gilman & Boyd, Merch- 
ants Bank Bldg. Hon. 
F. E. Gilman, K.C., L. H. 
Boyd, K.G. 

Goldstein & Beullac, Royal 
Ins. Bldg. Maxwell Gold- 
stein, K.C., Pierre Beul- 
lac, K.C., A. Lalonde, J. 
A. Engell. 

Gosselin, Leblanc, Calder 
& Leblanc, Power Bldg. 
L. A. Gosselin, K.G., R. 
L. Calder, A. Leblanc, R. 
Leblanc. 

Gouin, Lemieux, Murphy & 
Berard, Quebec Bank 
Bldg. Sir Lomer Gouin, 
K.C., Hon. R. Lemieux, 
K.G., D. R. Murphy, K.G., 
Hon. L. P. Berard, K.C., 
A. Perrault, J. H. Dillon. 

Gourre, Eug. 

Goyette & Trudeau, 4 
Boul'd. St. Laurent, C. A. 
Goyette, J. C. H. Tru- 
deau, J. A. E. Trudeau. 

Goyette, 0. A., K.G., 72 
Notre Dame e. 

Gravel, J. A. E. . 

Greenshlelds, Greenshlelds 
& Languedoc, 86 Notre 
Dame West. J. N. 
Greenshlelds, K.C., E. 
Languedoc, E. R. Parkins, 
C. G. Greenshlelds. 
Card, Appendix Page 59. 

Grenier, A. 

Grenier, A. W., K.G. 

Guertin, 0. A., 30 St. 
James. 

Hains, Henri. 

Handfleld, Handfield & 
Handfleld, Quebec Bank 
Bldg. W. A. Handfleld, 
Arthur Handfleld, L. A. 
Handfleld. 

Harris, S. L. Dale, Que. 
Bank Bldg. 

Hatchett, F. J. 

Hebert, Jos. 

Heneker & Johnston, Com- 
mercial Union Bldg. R. 
T. Heneker, K.C., Walter 
S. Johnston, Edward J. 
Waterston, Chas. S. 
Lemesurier. 

Hetu, J. C. A. 

HIbbard, Boyer A Gosselin, 
Royal Trust Bldg. F. W. 
Hibbard, K.C., Louis 
Boyer, K.C., Louis Gos- 
selin, B.C.L. (Counsel 
Hon. R. Dandurand, K.G.) 
Card, Appendix Page 59. 

Holt, Chas. M., K.C., Guar- 
dian Bldg. 

Honan, M. 

Houle, L. 



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MONTREAL — Continued. 

Hoyles, Hugh L. (Sol. Bell 
Tel. Co.) 

Hubert, L. J. R. 

Hurteau, J. A. 

Hutchlns, H. A., K.C., 180 
St. James St. 

lies, Chas., 80 St. Fran- 
cois Xavier St. 

Internoscia, J. 

Jacobs, Hall, Couture & 
Fitch, Power Bldg. S. 
W. Jacobs, K.G., A. Rives 
Hall, K.G., G. G. P. Cou- 
ture, Louis Fitch. 
Card^ Appendix Page 59. 

Jalbept & Vanier, Hoche- 
laga Bank Bldg. J. W. 
Jalbert, A. Vanier. 

Jasmin, V. F. 

Jenkins, Jos. 

Jette, J. T. 

Joannette, J. H. 

Jodoin, Alex. 

Jodoln, Henri, K.C., (Asst. 
Solicitor, G. T. R. McGill 
St.) 

Jodoin, T. 

Johnson, A. R. 

Jones, A. G. 

Kavanagh, Lajole & La- 
coste, Provincial Bank 
Bldg., 7 Place d'Armes 
Square. Hon. Sir Alex- 
andre Lacoste, K.C., 
H. J. Kavanagh, K.G., 
H. Gerin Lajoie, K.C., 
Paul Lacoste, K.G., J. J. 
U. Mathieu, Alex. La- 
coste, Jr., T. J. Shallow, 
J. H. G. Lajoie. 

Lachapelle & Beaulieu, 30 
St. James. A. Lacha- 
pelle, J. A. Beaulieu. 

Lachapelle & Denis, 71a 
St. James. A. Lacha- 
pelle, L. Denis. 

Lacroix, J. 0., K.C., Que. 
• Bank Bldg. 

Laflamme, Mitchell, Chen- 
evert & Callaghan, Bank 
of Ottawa Bldg. N. K. 
Laflamme, K.G., W. G. 
Mitchell, K.G., R. Chen- 
evert, Frank Calla- 
ghan. — 
Card, Appendix Page 61. 

Lafleur, MacDougall, Mac- 
faplane & Pope, Royal 
Trust Bldg. Euffene La- 
fleur, K.C., G. W. Mac- 
Dougall, K.C., L. Mac- 
farlane, Charles A. Pope, 
Gregor Barclay, Wilham 
B. Scott.' — 

Lafortune, D. A., K. C. 

Lamarche & Lamarche, 
National Bank Bldg. P. 
E. Lamarche, J. P. La- 
marche. 



MONTREAL — Continued. 

Lamarre & Brodeur, J. L 
Lamarre, J. A. A. Bro- 
deur. 

Lamontagne, Yvon. 

Lamothe & Tessler, Quebec 
Bank Bldg. J. C. La- 
mothe, LL.D., K.G., Ga- 
mille Tessier, B.G.L. — 
Card, Appendix Page 60. 

Lamothe, St. Jacques A 
Lamothe, 17 St. James. 
Gustave Lamothe, K.G., 
J. L. St. Jacques, 0. A. 
Lamothe. 

Lamothe, Jacques, de. 

Landry, L. J. 

Languedoc, W. C, K.G. 

Lantier, J. 0. 

Lapierre, 0. 

Laporte, C. Z., K.C., Que- 
bec Bank Bldg. 

Larivlere, M. J. G. 

Laurendeau, Hon. Chs., K. 
C, Counsel and Chief 
City Atty. J. L. Archam- 
bault, K.C., Counsel; As- 
sistants: P. 0. Lavallee, 
K.C., J. H. Damphousse, 
W. H. Butler, LL.L., J. 
A. Jarry, Alexander A. 
Saint Pierre, LL.L. Hon. 
A. W. Atwater, K.C., 
Consulting City Atty. 

Lavallee, C. H. 

Lavallee, Delfausse & Des- 
marais, 97 St. James. L. 
A. Lavalle, K.G., J. H. R. 
Delfausse, K.C., J. Des- 
marais, R. De Serres. 

Leblanc & Forest, Credit 
Foncier Bldg. Hon. P. 
E. Leblanc, K.G., A. For- 
est. 

Leduc, A. 

Lefebvre, L. J. 

LeHuray, S. J. 

Leonard. Patenaude, Pilion, 
Monette & Gallagher, 26 
St. James. J. E. E. 
Leonard, E. L. Pate- 
naude, Z. Fihon, Gus. F. 
Monette, M. J. F. Galla- 
gher. 

LIghthall & Harwood, Que- 
bec Bank Bldg. W. D. 
Lighthall, K.G., C. A. 
Harwood, K.C. — 
Card, Appendix Page 61. 

Lonergan, M. S., K.C. 

Lopangep, Loranger, Loran- 
gep & Ppud'homme, Na- 
tional Bank Bldg. Hon. 
L. 0. Loranger, K.C., L. 
J. Loranger, K.G., J. H. 
Loranger, J. Alex. Prud'- 
homme. 
Card, Appendix Page 61. 



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ADVOCATES. 



MONTREAL — Continued. 

Lovett, H. A., K.C., Trans- 
portation Bldg-. A, H. 
Elder. 
Card, Appendix Page 61. 

Lussier, Ed., K.G. 

Lyman & Dunlop, 80 St. 
Francois Xavier St. J. 
H. Dunlop, K.G.— 
Card, Appendix Page 61. 

McAvoy, D., K.G., 4 St. 
Lawrence Bould. 

McCord, D. R., K.G. 

McCormlck & Lebourveau, 

G. P. R. Telegraph Bldg. 

Duncan McCormick, K.G., 

S. A. Lebourveau, B.G.L. 

Card, Appendix Page 61. 

McGibbon Casgrain, Mit- 
chell & Casgpain: Cas- 
grain, Mitchell, Mc- 
Dougall & Creelman, 
Royal Trust Bldg. Hon. 
Th. Ghase-Gasgrain, K.G., 
Victor E. Mitchell, K.G., 
A. Ghase-Gasgrain, Errol 
M. McDougall, John J. 
Greelman, Gilbert S. 
Stairs, Pierre F. Gas- 
grain. 
Card, Appendix Page 62. 

McGoun & Pelletier, G. P. 
R. Telegraph Bldg. A. 
McGoun, K.G., A. D. 
Pelletier. 

McLennan, Howard & Ayl- 
mer, 86 Notre Dame w. 
Francis McLennan, K.G., 
E. Edwin Howard, K.G., 
H. U. P. Aylmer, Jacob 
DeWitt. 
Card, Appendix Page 62. 

MacCailum, O. B., Trans- 
portation Bldg. (With G. 
H Gahan, K.G.). 

Macdonald, Jas. 

Mackay, Alfred. K,G. 

Mackay, Hugh, Transporta- 
tion Bldg. 
Card, Appendix Page 62. 

Maclean, Hon. A. K., K.C. 
(See Halifax, N. S.) 

MacJennan 8s. Weldon, Que. 

Bank Bldg. Farquhar S. 

Maclennan, K.G., J. W. 

Weldon. 

Card, Appendix Page 62. 

Maillet, Robert. 

Marceau, J. 0. 

Marechal, L. T., K.C, 103 

St. Francois Xavier St., 
Armand Mathieu. 

Margolese & Tritt, 212 
McGill St. L. S. Mar- 
golese, S. G. Tritt. 

Marsan & David, 20 St. 
James. G. A. Marsan, J. 
H. David. 



MONTREAL — Continued. 

Martineau & Jodoin, 66 St. 
James. V. Martineau, 
K.G., A. Jodoin. 

Masson, L. 

Matheson, R. D. 

Meagher & Goulin, Gom- 
mercial Union Bldg. J. 
J. Meagher, J. E. Goulin. 

Melancon, L. 

Menard, G., 16 St. James 
St. 

Mercier & Beique, Quebec 
Bank Bldg. H. Mercier, 
K.G., H. A. Beique. 

Meredith, Macpherson, 

Hague, Holden, Shaugh- 
nessy & Howard, Mer- 
chants Bank Bldg. F. E. 
Meredith, K.G., K. R. 
Macpherson, K.G., H. J. 
Hague, A. R. Holden, K. 
G., W. J. Shaughnessy, 
G. G. Heward (Counsel, 
C. S. Campbell, K.C.). — 
iCard, Appendix Page 62. 

Meunier, L. G. 

Mignault, P. B., K.G., 
Hochelaga Bank Bldg. 

Migneron, J. H. 

Millette, N. A. 

Millman, L. 

Moffatt, G. U. 

Molleur, O. Q., Windsor 
Station. 

Molleur, J. A., 30 St. 
James. 

Monk, Hon. F. D., K.G., 
M.P., 58 St. Francois 
Xavier. 

Monty, 0. E., 72 Notre 
Dame e. 

Monty & Duranleau, Na- 
tional Bank Bldg. R. 
Monty, K.G., A. Duran- 
leau. 

Morgan, E. A. D. 

Morin, Paul H. 

Morrison & Beauchamp, 
Credit Foncier Bldg. G. 
A. Morrison, K.G., J. S. 
E. Beauchamp. 

Morrison St. Rose, 179 St. 
James St. M. J. Morri- 
son, K.G., Bernard Rose. 

Mousseau c^ Gagne, 97 St. 
James St. J. 0. Mous- 
seau, K.G., A. Gagne. 

Nantel, Rochon & Nantcl, 
Credit Foncier Bldg. 
Hon. W. B. Nantel, K.C., 
Gedeon Rochon, J. B. 
Nantel. 

Nantel, Marechal. 

Nicholson, D. N. 

Normandeau. J. E. B. 

Normandin, Z. 

Ogden, G. G. 

Ouimet, Hon. J. A.. K.G. 
(See Emard & Co.) 



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MONTREAL— Continued. 
Papillon, J, H. O., 16 St. 

James. 
Paradis, R., K.C. (C.P.R. 

Sol. for Quebec.) Assist- 
ant: Jean Bernier. 

Parisault, G. A. 

Patterson & Lavery, 180 
St. James St. Wm. Pat- 
terson, K.G., S. Lavery. 

Payette, J. V. 

Pellissier, Wilson &, 8t. 
Pleppe, 151 St. James St. 
E. Pelissier, K.G., G. A. 
Wilson, K.G., G. St. 
Pierre. 

Pelletiep, Letoupneau, 

Beaulieu & Mepciep, 
Trust & Loan Bldg. L. 
G. Pelletier, K.G., S. 
Letourneau, K.G., L. E. 
Beaulieu, Paul Mercier. 

Pelletier & Pelletier, 99 St. 
James. H. Pelletier, 

K.G., A. S. Pelletier. 

Pelletier, Jos. 

Peppon, Taschepeau, Rin- 
fpet, Genest, Billette & 
Plimsoll, Quebec Bank 
Bldg. J. L. Perron, K.G., 
R. Taschereau, K.G., T. 
Rinfret, K.G., R. Genest, 
J. E. Billette, A. R. W. 
Plimsoll. 

Pilon, J. W. 

Pilon & Pilon. A. Pilon, J. 

A. Pilon. 

Place & Stockwell, Trans- 
portation Bldg'. E. G. 
Place, Ralpti F. Stock- 
well. 

Plante, L. 

Plourde, U. 

Poliquin, G. 

Pruneau, J. A. N. 

Pugsley, Hon. Wm., K.C. 

Rainville & RRinville, Que- 
bec Bank Bldg. Hon. H. 

B. Rainville, K.G., Paul 
Rainville. 

Rainville, Gagnon & La- 
cepte. J. H. Rainville, 
J. 0. Gagnon, H. Lacerte. 

Raynes, Ghas., K.G. 

Renaud, G. 

Renaud, J. H. W. 

Rheaume, J. T. 

Riv^t, Glass & Sullivan, 

Trust & Loan Bldg. L. 

A. Rivet, K.G., L. G. 

Glass, John A. Sullivan. 

Card, Appendix Page 6S. 

Robert, L. 

Robitaille, Glement. 

Rodier & Arcbambault, 
Trust & Loan Bldg. C. 
Rodier, K.C., Jos. Arcb- 
ambault, K.G. 

Rondeau, A. 0. 



MONTREAL— Gontinued. 

Ross, H. S., K.G., Transpor- 
tation Bldg., E. R. An- 
gers. 

Rouayne, J. A. 

Roy, E. 

Roy, F. X., K.C. 

Roy & Raymond, 71a St. 
James St. E. Roy, M. 
Raymond. 

Ryan, P. C. 

St. Germain, Guepin & 
Raymond, Trust & Loan 
Bldg. P. St. Germain, 
K.C, L. Guerin, LL.L., 
B. Panet Raymond, LL.L. 

St. Julien &, Theberge, 60 
Notre Dame e. J. A. 
St. Julien, K.C, A. The- 
berge. 

Sasseville, E. 

Semple, G. Hugh, K.C, City 
Hall. 

Senecal & Gelinas, La 
Presse Bldg. 0. Sene- 
cal, K.C, J. L. Gelinas. 

Smith, Mapkey, SItlnnep, 
Pugsley & Hyde, 179 St. 
James St. R. C Smith, 
K.C, F. H. Markey, K.C, 
W. W. Skinner, K.C, W. 
G. Pugsley, G. G. Hyde, 
Geo. Williamson. 

Sperber, M. M. 

Stackhouse, R. T. 

Stephens & Harvev, Canada 
Life Bldg. C H. Steph- 
ens, K.C, A. E. Harvey, 
K.G. 

Stephens, L. deK., Com. 
Union Bldg. 

Stewart & Stewart, Guar- 
dian Bldg. F. S. Stew- 
art, William Stewart. 

Supveyep, Ogden & MapiottI, 
Dominion Express Bldg. 
E. Fabre Surveyer, K.C, 
Paul Surveyer, C G. Og- 
den, H. Mariotti. 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 

Sylvestre & Grothe, 54 
Notre Dame e. C J. 
Sylvestre, A. P. Grothe. 

Tanner, A. H. 

Tetpeau, Epnest, Hochelaga 
Bank Bldg. 

Tetreau & Jacobs, 516 St. 
Lawrence Bould. Mau- 
rice Tetreau, L. W. Ja- 
cobs. 

Tremblay, F. P. 

Tpihey, Bepcovitch, Keap- 
ney & Lafontalne, 151 
St. James St. H. J. Tri- 
hey, P. Bercovitch, K.C, 
W. P. Kearney, E. La- 
fontalne. 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 



162 



ADVOCATES. 



MONTREAL— Continued. 

Truell, H. V. 

Tucker, Henry, 204 St. 
James St. 

Vanier, Guy. 

VIpond & Vipond, Trans- 
portation Bldg. Ernest 
E. Vipond, H. S. 
Vipond. — 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 

Walsh & V^alsh, 80 St. 
Gabriel St. J. C. Walsh, 
K.C., T. E. Walsh. 

Welnfleld & Ledleu, Trans- 
portation Bldg. Henry 
Weinfleld, Pierre Ledieu, 
J. Y. Fortier. 

Whelan, J. P. 

White & Buchanan, Domin- 
ion Express Bldg. W. J. 
White, K.C., A. W. P. 
Buchanan, K.C., T. Sar- 
gent Owens. — 

Yvon, A. W. 

MURRAY BAY, See Malbaie. 

NAPIERVILLE — Dist. Iber- 
ville. 
Merizzi, E. 

NEW CARLISLE — Dist. 
Gaspe. 
Kelly, John H., M.P. 
Magulre, F. 

NEW GLASGOW, See St. 

Jerome. 

NEW RICHMOND, See New 

Carlisle. 

NICOLET — Dist. Three 
Rivers. 
Camirand, Wilfrid, K.C. 
Comeau, L. H, 
Trahan, Arthur, K.C. 

NOMININGUE — Dist Ottawa. 

Achim, Honore. 

Bo.usquet, J. B. 

Delate, A. 
NORTH HATLEY, See Sher- 
brooke. 

ORMSTOWN, See Huntingdon. 

PAPINEAUVILLE — Dist. 
Ottawa. 
Mackay, Aug. S. 
Major & Fortier (See Hull). 

PASPEBIAC, See New Carl- 
isle. 

PERCE — Dist. Gaspe. 
Brassette, Maurice. 
Flynn, W. A. E. 

Garneau, A. S., K.C. 

PHILLIPSBURG, See Bedford. 

PLESSISVILLE — Dist Artha- 
baska. 
Houde, L. J. 



QUEBEC CITY — Dist. Que- 
bec. 
Beaubien, L. 0., K.C. 
Bedard, Lavergne & Pre- 
vost. J. E. Bedard, K.C, 
A. Lavergne, M.P. P., J. 
A. Prevost. 

Belanger, A. 

Belleau, Ste. Foye. 

Bernler & Bepnler, 111 
Mountain Hill. Alphonse 
Bernier, K.C, Henri Ber- 
nier, LL.L. 

Cannon & Power, 111 
Mountain Hill. Lucien 
Cannon, B.A., LL.L., 
Charles G. Power, B.A., 
LL.L.— 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 

Cantin, P. 

Casgrain, Lavery, RIvard, 
Chauveau & Marchand. 
Hon. Th. Chase Casgrain, 
K.C, J. L Lavery, K.C, 
Adj. Rivard, K.C, C A. 
Chauveau, LL.D., Aime 
Marchand. 

Chapleau, J. E. 

Choquette, Galipeault, St. 
Laurent, Mitayer & La- 
ferte, 107 Mountain Hill. 
Hon. P. A. Choquette, 
K.C, A. Galipeault, K.C, 
M.P.P., L. St. Laurent, 
LL.L., A. Mitayer, H. 
Laferte, LL.L. 

Chouinard, M. 

Cimon & Parent. H. Cim- 
on, Emile Parent. 

Cook & Cook. A. H. Cook, 
K.C, A. Laurie, F. Mur-» 
phy, K.C 

Darveau & Darveau. C 
Darveau, K.C, C V. Dar- 
venu. 

Davidson, W. H., K.C, 
Quebec Fire Assurance 
Building. 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 

De Billy, V. 

Demers & Demeps. L. G. 
Demers, K.C, A. Demers. 

Dionne, C E. L.. K.C, 
Hochelaera Bank Bldg. 

Drouin, Dpouin, Sevlgny, 
Dpouin & Gpenlep. 16 
Peter St. and 181 St. 
Joseph St. St. Roch. 
F. X. Drouin, K.C, 
LL.D., F. 0. Drouin, 
LL.B., A. Sevigny, M.P., 
Paul Drouin, LL.L., H. 
Grenier. 

Dupre. Gagnon & Paradis. 
M. Dupre, 0. Gagnon, W. 
Paradis. 

Edqe, T. W., 4 St. Peter 
St. 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 



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153 



QUEBEC CITY — Continued. 

Flynn & Flynn, Union Bank 
Building. Hon. E. J. 
B^lynn, K.G., Francis 
Flynn. 

Fortin, J. E. 

Francoeup &, VIen, ,72% 
St. Peter St. J. N. Fran- 
coeur, LL.L., M.P.P., T. 
A. Vien, LL.L. 

Gagne, J. A. 

Gelly & Dion, 116 Moun- 
tain Hill. Emile Gelly, 
B.A., LL.B., Aime Dion, 
B.A., LL.L. 

Gibsone &. Dobell, 92 St. 

Peter St. George F. 

Gibsone, K.C., Alfred G. 

Dobell. — 

Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Gobeil, Ant., LL.B., I.S.O. 

Gosselin, J. 

Grenier, Plamondon & Bed- 
ard. A. Grenier, M. 
Plamondon, E. Bedard. 

Guay & Fremont. Ro- 
dolphe Guay, Charles 
Fremont. 

Jolicoeur, P. J. 

Lachance, Ahern & Boul- 
anger, 111 Mountain 
Hill. A Lachance, K.C., 
M. J. Ahern, 0. Boulan- 
ger. 

Lampson, F. 

Lane & Cambray, 97 St. 
Peter St. J. A. Lane, 
K.C., Alfred Cambray. 

Langlois, P. W. 

Larue, J. L. 

Larue, W. 

Leduc, P. 

Lemay, A. 

Lemieux, M. A. 

Mercier, E. 

Moraud & Savard, 85 St. 
Peter St. Lucien Moraud, 
B.A., LL.L., Alfred Sav- 
ard, B.A., B.G.L. — 
Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Morin, L. D. 

O'Sullivan, H. M. 

Pare, H. 

Patry, Jules. 

Pelletier, Belleau, Baillar- 
geon & Belleau. Hon. 
L. P. Pelletier, K.G., 
E. Belleau, K.C., E. Bail- 
largeon, Noel Belleau. 

Pentland, Stuart, Gravel St 
Thomson, 56 St. Peter 
St. G. A. Pentland, K. 
C., G. G. Stuart, K.C., 
J. P. A. Gravel, A. G. M. 
Thomson. 
Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Poullot, Louis A., B.A., 

LL.L., 61 St. Peter St. 

Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Robertson, A. 

Rochette, J. A. 

11 



QUEBEC CITY— Continued. 

Rouillard & Darveau. Leon 
Rouillard, Chs. Darveau. 

Smith, Charles, 84 St. 
Peter St. — 

Stafford, L., K.C. 

Taschepeau, Roy, Cannon, 
Parent & Fitrpatrick, 
Victoria Chambers. Hon. 
L. A. Taschereau, K.C, 
Ferdinand Roy, K.C., L. 
A. Cannon, K.C, Geo. 
Parent, LL.L., Arthur 
Fitzpatrick, LL.L. — 
Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Taschereau, A. 

Turcotte, J., M.P. 

Tupgeon, Roy, Langlais & 
IVIopIn, 81 St. Peter St. 
Hon. Adelard Turgeon, 
K.C, Ernest Roy, K.C, 
Romeo Langlais, LL.L., 
Oscar Morin, LL.L. 
Card, Appendix Page 64. 

RICHMOND — Dist. St. Fran- 
cois. 
Mclver, W. E. 
Mackenzie & D'Artois. Hon. 
P. S. G. Mackenzie, J. V. 
D'Artois. 
RIGAUD, See Beauharnois. 
RIMOUSKI — Dist Rimouski. 
Asselin & Assehn. L. N. 
Asselin, K.C, R. Assehn. 
Begin, P. Q. 
Bernier, N, 
Cote, A. E. 

FIset & Tesslep. H. R. 
Fiset, K.C, A. Tessier, 
K.C, M.P.P. 
Gagnon, Sasseville & Gag- 
non. I. Gagnon, E. Sas- 
seville, P. E. Gagnon. 
Martin, J. P. V. 
Pouhot, J. N., K.C 
Tache, L. 
RIVIERE DU LOUP STATION 
Dist. Kamouraska. 
Papadis, Leon. 
Talbot, L. A. 
ROBERVAL — Dist. Roberval. 
Bergeron, T. L. 
Boily, A. 
Lefebvre, T. 
Vallee, J. D. P. 
ROCK ISLAND — Dist. St. 
Francois. 
Hovey, H. M., K.C 
ROXTON FALLS, See Water- 
loo. 
STE. ADELE, See St. Jerome. 
ST. AIME, See St. Jerome. 
STE. AGATHE DES MONTS, 

See St. Jerome. 
ST. ANDRE — Dist. Terre- 
bonne. 
DeLaronde, R. P. 
ST. ANNE DE LA PERADE— 
Dist. Three Rivers. 
Baribeau, J. E. 



154 



ADVOCATES, 



STE ANNE DE LA POCA- 

TIERE, See Fraserville. 
ST. ARMAND STATION, See 

Bedford. 
ST. CHARLES (Riv. Riche- 
lieu) See St. Hyacinthe. 
ST. CHRYSOSTOME, See St. 

John's. 
ST. CROIX, See Quebec. 
STE. ELIZABETH, See Joli- 

ette. 
ST. EUSTACHE — Dist. Ter- 
rebonrif. 
Champagne, Hon. H., K.G. 
ST. EVARISTE — Dist. Beauce. 

Gaudet, Hector. 
ST. FELIX DE VALOIS, See 

Joliette. 
ST. FERDINAND, See Thet- 

fnrd Mines. 
STE. FLAVIE STATION, See 

RimousKi. 
ST. FRANCOIS DU LAC — 
Dist. Richelieu. 
Allard, Ad. 
Baril, Z. 
ST. GABRIEL DE BRANDON, 
Denis, Jean J. 

Card, Appendix Page 75. 
ST. GEORGES — Dist. Beauce. 
Bolduc, R. 

Bouffard & Godbout (See 
St .Tospph). 
STE. HELENE DE KAMOUR- 

ASKA, See Fraserville. 
ST. HYACINTHE — Dist. St. 
Hyacinthe. 
Beauregard, J. 0., K.G. 
Fontaine, V. E., K.G. 
Lussier & Guimont. L. 
Lussier, K.G., E. Guim- 
ont. 
Marin, E. 
ST. JOHN'S, See St. Jean. 
ST. JEROME — Dist. Terre- 
bonne. 
De Martigny, G., K.G. 
Nantel & Rochon. Hon. W. 

B. Nantel, K.G., G. Roch- 
on. 

Provost & Marchand. Hon. 
J. B. B. Prevost, K.G., 

C. E. Marchand. 

ST. JEAN — Dist Iber- 
ville. 

B danger, L. G. 

Carreau, J. P. 

CaPtiep, Jacques, LL.L. — 
Card, Appendix Page 65. 

Chasse, A., K.G. 

Dore, P. J. 

Fortin, George. 

Girard & Domers. A. D. 
Girard, Jos. Demers, 
K.G., M.P. 

Kavanagh, Lajoie & La- 
coste (See Montreal). 

Poulin, S. 
ST. JOSEPH — Dist. Beauce. 

Bouffard & Godbout. P. 
Bouffard, K.G., A. God- 
bout, M.P.P. 



ST. JOSEPH— Continued. 
Dufour, F. X. 

Hamel & Faribeault. G. 
Hamel, K.G., A. Fari- 
beault. 
Pacaud & Morin. A. Pacaud, 
K.C., Louis Morin, LL.L. 
Talbot, S. U. 
STE. JULIENNE — Dist. Joli- 
ette. 
Sylvestre, Jos. 
STE. MARGUERET, See St. 

Jerome. 
STE. MARIE — Dist. Beauce. 
Fortier, H. 
Morency, J. A. 
STE. MARTINE, See Valley- 
field. 
ST. MICHEL DE NAPIER- 

VILLE, See St. John's. 
ST. OURS, See Sorel. 
ST. PACOME, See Fraserville. 
ST. PASCHAL, See Fraser- 
ville. 
ST. PHILIPPE DE NERY, See 

Fraserville. 
ST. PIE, See Waterloo. 
ST. POLYCARPE, See Hunt- 
ingdon. 
ST. REMI — Refer to St. 

John's. 
ST. SAUVEUR, See St. Jer- 
ome. 
STE. SCHOLASTIQUE — Dist. 
Terrebonne. 
Ethier, J. A. C, K.G., M.P. 
Lalande, D. 

Prevost & Marchand (See 
St. Jerome). 
STE. THERESE DE BLAIN- 
VILLE — Dist. Terre- 
bonne. 
Gaudet, B. 
ST. TITE, See Three Rivers. 
ST. VITAL DE LAMBTON — 
Dist. Beauce. 
Guindon, J. L. N. 

SHAWINIGAN FALLS — Dist. 

Three Rivers. 
Bournival, Edgar. 
Martel, Paul. 
Paquette, A. E., K.G. 
SHAWVILLE, See Bryson. 
SHERBROOKE — Dist. St. 

Francois. 
Bachand, G. E. 
Belanger, Louis C, K.G. 
Cabana, C. G. 
Campbell & Gendron. F. 

Campbell, K.C., L. N. A., 

— Gendron. 
Gate, Wells & White. G. 

Walter Gate, K.G., J. P. 

Wells, C. D. White. 
Duffet, H. J. 
Forest, Lionel. 
Fraser, Macdonald & Rugg. 

H. R. Fraser, K.C., R. 

Macdonald, K.G., F. S. 

Rugg. 



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155 



SHERBROOKE — Continued. 

Lawrence, Morris & Mc- 
Iver. H. D. Lawrence, 
LL.B., W. Morris, K.G., 
W. E. Mclver, B.C.L. 
Card, Appendix Page 75. 

Leblanc, J. A., K.C. 

Lemay, J. H. 

Leonard & Juneau. John 
Leonard, K.C, P. A. 
Juneau. 

Nicol, Jacob. 

O'Bready & Panneton. M. 
O'Bready, D. Panneton. 

Rioux, Emiifi. 

St. Pierre, G. H., K.C. 

Tracy, W. C. 

SOREL — Dist. Richelieu. 
Allard, Ad. 
Lanctot & Magnan. A. 

Lanctot, Geo. Magnan. 
Bronssenu, J. B., K.C. 
Cardin, P. J. A., M.P. 
Lefebvre, F., K.C. 
Vanasse, A. P. 
Wurtele, C. J. G. 

STANBRIDGE EAST, See Bed- 
ford. 

STANFOLD, See Drummond- 

ville. 

STANSTEAD — Dist. St. 
Francois. 
Hackett. Hon. M. F., K.C. 

SUTTON, See Sweetsburg. 

SWEETSBURG Dist. Bedford. 

Giroux, F. X. A. 

Leonard, A. J. E. 
Lynch, W. H. 
McKeown, W. K. 

TERREBONNE, See St. Jer- 
ome. 

THETFORD MINES — Dist. 
Arthabaska. 
Deschamps, S. 
Girouard & Girouard. J. E. 

Girouard, K.C, Arthur 

Girouard, B.C.L. 
Legare, Thomas. - 
Pacaud & Taschereau. L. 

Pacaud, E. Taschereau. 

THREE RIVERS — Dist. Three 
Rivers. 

Barnard, Jos. 

Bourgeois, C 

Bureau, Bigue & Lajoie. 
Hon. Jacques Bureau, 
K.C, MP., Philippe 
Bigue, K.C, Francois La- 
joie. 

Comeau & Beliveau. J. A. 
Comeau, K.C, A. Beli- 
veau. 



THREE RIVERS— Continued. 
Desilets & Desilets. A. 

Desilets, F. Desilets. 
Desy & Langlois. J. A. 

Desy, Ed. Langlois. 
Duplessis, N.L., K.C 
Guillet & Lord. L. P. 

Guillet, K.C, F. Lord. 
Marchand, B. 
Martel, P. N., K.C 
Methot, G., K.C. 
Paquin, L. D. 
Roblchon, Georges Henri. 

Card, Appendix Page 65. 
Tessier & Lacoursiere. J. 

A. Tessier, K.C, F. X. 

Lacoursiere. 

THURSO, See Buckingham. 

TROIS PISTOLES, See Fras- 
erville. 

UPTON, See Waterloo. 

VALCOURT, See Waterloo. 

VALLEYFIELD — Dist. Beau- 
harnois. 
Brossoit, Numa E., B.C.L.. 

Codebecq, L. 
Laurendeau, J. G., K.C. 
Legault, J. A. 
Papineau, L. J., K.C 
Plante, A., K.C 

VARENNES, See Montreal. 

VAUDREUIL— Dist. Montreal. 
Brossoit, Numa E., B.C.L. 
(See Valleyfleld). 

VERCHERES, See Montreal, 

VERDUN, See Montreal. 

VICTORIAVILLE — Dist. Ar- 
thabaska. 
Laliberte, W. 

VILLE MARIE — Dist. Pon- 
tiac. 
Cherrier, Andre. 

WAKEFIELD, See Hull. 

WARWICK, See Drummond- 
ville. 

WATERLOO —Dist. Bedford. 
Clouthier, R. 
Jacques, J. A. 
Nutting, C A., K.C. 
WATERVILLE, See Sher- 

brooke. 
WEEDON, See Richmond. 
WEST BROME, See Sweets- 

■ burg. 
WEST SHEFFORD, See 

Sweetsburg. 
WINDSOR MILLS, See Rich- 
mond. 

YAMACHICHE, See Three 
Rivers. 



156 



BAILIFFS. 



QUEBEC BAILIFFS 



Note. — The following list of selected Bailiffs has been compiled 
with the assistance of a local representative in each District, further 
supplemented by a number of Advocates throughout the Province. 
Reference to the Canada Legal Directory when using the list would 
tend toward getting good results, as Bailiffs of whom we receive 
complaints are struck from the list. 



Acton Vale, 
St. Hyacinthe. 
Prevost, Ed. 
Alma, 
Roberval. 

Verreault, Ged. 

Amqui, 
Rimouski. 
Dionne, R. 
Langlais, J. 0. 
Ancienne Lorette, 
Quebec. 
Hamel, P. 
Angers, 
Ottawa. 
Richer, J. 
Anse au Griffon, 
Gaspe. 

Chouinard, Jos. 
Anse St. Jean, 
Chicoutimi. 
Perron, D. 
Armagh, 
Quebec. 

Moreau, Ph. 
Arthabaska, 
Arthabaska. 

Beaudette, L. P, 
Bergeron, A. 
Garneau, H. 
Houle, Prime. 
Auckland, 
St. Francois. 
Lemieux, J. 
Bagotville, 
Chicoutimi. 
Potvin, A. 
Bale St. Paul, 
Saguenay. 
Cimon, E. 
Girard, H. 
Baieville, 
Richelieu. 
Martel, D. 
Batiscan, 

Trois Rivieres. 
Cossette, P. 
Beauceville, 
Beauce. 
Denis, Chas. 
Quinon, Daniel. 
Gousse, E. V. 
Beauharnois, 
Beauharnois. 
Laberge, A. 



Bedford, 
Bedford. 

Bailey, Cyrus S. 
Campbell, E. 
McAleer, J. 
Beloeil, 
Montreal. 

Vigneau, Ant. M. 
Berthier, 
Joliette. 

Courchenes, H. 
Black Lake, 
Arthabaska. 
Lagueux, Geo. 
Bolton Centre, 
Bedford. 

Mooney, I. E. 
Bonaventure, 
Gaspe. 

Tremblay, C. 
Bon Desir, 
Saguenay. 
Simard, E. 
Brome, 
Bedford. 

St. Martin, W. 
Bromptonville, 
St. Francois. 
Denault, Jos. 
Broughton West, 
Arthabaska. 
Lemieux, N. 
Bryson, 
Pontiac. 

Robertson, E. 
Buckingham, 
Ottawa. 

Cummings, J. C. 
Bury, 

St. Francois. 
Cowling, W. H. 
Cabano, 
Kamouraska. 
Morrison, H. 
Cap d'Espoir, Ouest, 
Gaspe. 

Savage, P. J. 
Cap des Rosiers, 
Gaspe. 
Smith, M. 
Caplin' River, 
Gaspe. 

Polpler, P. 
Cap St. Ignace, 
Montmagny. 
Fortin, Jos. 
Guimont, M. 



Cap Sante, 
Quebec. 
Delisle, S. 
Carillon, 
Terrebonne. 
Bryerton, J. 
Garleton, 
Gaspe. 
Allard, N. 
Causapscal, 
Rimouski. 

Rioux, J. Arthur. 
Morissette, V. 0. 
Theriault, J. T. 
Cedar Hall, 
Rimouski. 
Rousseau, C. 
Chapeau, 
Pontiac. 

Smith, E. J. 
Chatboro, 
Terrebonne. 
Donaldson, J. 
Chateau Richer, 
Quebec. 
Gravel, E. 
Cheneville, 
Ottawa. 

Chevrier, J. H. 
Chesham, 
St. Francois 

Lussier, Wilfrid. 
Chicoutimi, 
Chicoutimi. 
Couture, L. 0. 
Martin, Geo. 
Menard, S. 
Clarenceville, 
Bedford. 
Ledoux, J. 
Coaticook, 
St. Francois. 
Beaufort, J. S. 
Humphrey, S. B. 
Lebourveau, S. G. 
Compton, 
St. Francois. 
Paige, W. W. 
Cookshire, 
St. Francois. 
Flaws, G. 
Cross Point, 
Gaspe. 
Day, I, 



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157 



Danville, 

St. Francois. 
Barlow, J. J. 

Bennett, Charles. 
Lafrance, Louis. 
Deschaillons, 
Quebec. 

Douville, A. 
Deschambault, 
Quebec, 

Paquin, E. F. 
D'Israeli, 

St. Francois. 

Boulanger, L. A. 
(Qualified also for Dist. 
Arthabaska). 

Gookson, James. 
Douglastown, 
Gaspe. 

Beaudin, D. 
Drummondville, 
Arthabaska. 

Gauthier, Victor, 
Dudswell, 
St. Francois. 
Newman, A. 
Dundee, 

Beauharnois. 
Morris, W. F. 
Dunham, 
Bedford. 

Lewis, H. H. 
East Angus, 
St. Francois. 
Burns, J. 
Eboulements, 
Sag-uenay. 

Desgagnes, J. 0. 
Farnham, 
Bedford. 

Galipeau, P. A. 
Jasmin, J. Bte. 
Portelance, P. A. 
Ferme Neuve, 
Ottawa 

Bohemier, J. Bte. 
Fort Coulonge, 
Pontiac. 

Mulligan, IL 
Fox Biver, 
Gaspe. 

Dumaresq, Charles. 
Franklin Centre, 
Beauharnois. 
Howe, A. 
Fraserville, 
Kamouraska. 
Baillarge, W. 
Chamberland, A. V. 
Doucet, E. A. 
Martin, P. E. 
Pommet, J. Y. 
Frelighsburg, 
Bedford. 

Van Antwerp, C. B. 
Garthby, 

St. Francois. 
Lapointe, J. A. 



Gaspe, 
Gaspe. 

Joncas, Jos. 
Gaspe Basin, 
Gaspe. 
./oncas, L. 
Gentilly, 

Trois Rivieres. 
Poliquin, J. 
Gracefield, 
Ottawa. 
Mercier, E. 
Granby, 
Bedford. 
Pare, O. N. 
Grand Mere, 
Trois Rivieres 
Aubry, Oscar. 
Desroches, J. A. 
Lapalice, Adam. 
Grand Metis. 
Rimouski. 
Labbe, Nap. 
Grandes Piles, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Masson, Moise. 
Grande Riviere, 
Gaspe. 

Beaudin, Z. 
Ham Nord, 
St. Francois. 
Boulanger, 0. 
Verville, J. 
Ham Sud, 
St. Francois. 
Lamoureux, P. 
Hebertville, 
Roberval. 
Hudon, Aug. 
Ouellet, Vict. 
Hebertville Station, 
Roberval. 

Larouche, V. U. 
Hemmingford, 
Beauharnois. 
Kennedy, G. A. 
Hull, 
Ottawa. 

Couture, J. E. 
Charbonneau, A. Z. 
Cousineau, Jos. 
de Coeli, L. 
Groulx, 0. 
Huntingdon, 
Beauharnois. 
Forgette, J. G. 
He aux Coudres, 
Saguenay. 
Desbiens, M. 
He Verte, 
Kamouraska. 
Gauvreau, E. 
Inverness, 
Arthabaska. 
Rousseau, T. 
Jeune Lorette, 
Quebec. 
Richard, J. 



Joliette, 
Joliette. 

Flamand, Ghs. E. 
Lavallee, A. 
Marsolais, N. L. 
Martel, L. J. 
Page, J. 0. 
Trudeau, F. M. 
Jonquieres, 
Chicoutimi. 

Bergeron, J. E. 
Kamouraska, 
Kamouraska. 
Blais, W. 
Kazubazua, 
Ottawa. 

Teeples, Con. 
Kempt Road, 
Gaspe. 

Ferland, P. 
Knowlton, 
Bedford. 

Reals, C. W. 
Labelle, 
Ottawa. 
Giard, G. 
Mandeville. A. 
Marinier, N. 
Lac au Saumon, 
Rimouski. 

Refer to Rimouski. 
Lachute, 
Terrebonne. 
Lavigne, J. 
Lac Megantic, 
St. Francois. 
Charest, J. H. 
Foupnier, Q. 
Lemay, James. 
Lacolle, 
Iberville. 
Corbiere, P. E. I. 
Lac Ste. Marie, 
Ottawa. 
Legault, A. 
L'Annonciation, 
Ottawa. 

Clement, R. 
La Patrie, 
St. Francois. 
Halle, J. E. 
Vincent, H. 

(Constable for 
Dist. St. Fran- 
cois.) 
Laprairie, 
Montreal. 

(Refer to Mon- 
treal.) 
L'Assomption, 
Joliette. 

Gourre, Joseph. 
La Tuque, 

Trois Rivieres. 
Gervais, R. 
Potvin, P. 
Tremblay, J. A. 



158 



BAILIFB'S. 



Laurent ides, 
Joliette, 
Locas, H. 
Lauzon, 
Quebec. 
Leclerc, M. 
Laval, 
Quebec. 

Giroux, F. S. 
L'Avenir, 
Arthabaska. 
Cloutier, M. 
Les Escoumains, 
SapTuenay. 

Bouliaume, J. 
Levis, 
Quebec. 

Fournier, J. N. 
L'Jslet, 

Montmagny. 
Belanger, J. ' 
Little River West, 
Gaspe. 

Jones, J. C. 
Joncas, N. 
Longueuil, 
Montreal. 

Durocher, J. E. 
(See DeCelles & 
Durocher, Mon- 
treal.) 
Louiseville, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Caron, L. D. 
Lyster, 

Arthabaska. 
Rousseau, A. 
Magog, 

St. Francois. 
Ducharme, W. 
Gendron, A. 
Gingras, Rene. 
Malbaie, 
Saguenay. 
Brassard, S. 
Gacnon, Thos. 
Villeneuve, E. 
Maniwaki, 
Ottawa. 

Leroux, J. B. 
Nault, A. J. 
Mansonville, 
Bedford. 
Bowen, G. 
Marbleton, • 
St. Francois. 
Bishop, W. M. 
Marieville, 

St. Hyacinths. 
Fournier, A. 
Ladouceur, A. 
Maskinonge, 
Trois Rivieres. 

(Refer to Pont 
Maskinonge.) 
Masson, 
Ottawa. 

Sabourln, E. 



Matane, 

Rimouski. 

Chouinard, L. deG. 
Dionne, 0. 
Meigh's Corner, 

Bedford, 

Phelps, H. G. 
Melbourne, 

St. Francois. 

Cox, G. M. 
Mille Vaches, 

Saguenay. 

Tremblay, J. L. 
Montcerf, 

Ltawa. 

(Refer to Maniwa- 
ki.) 
Mont Joli (Ste. Flavie 
Sta.), 

Rimouski. 

Dupere, Louis. 
Mont Louis, 

Gaspe. 

Laflamme, J. 
Montmagny, 

Montmagny. 

Caron, Edouard. 
Gobeil, P. C. 
Paquet, E. 
Montreal, 

Breux & Pauze. 54 
Notre Dame .Street 
E 

Goutu,' J. E., 99 
St. James Street. 

DeCelles & Duroch- 
er, 35 St. James 
Street. Sheriff's 
Officers and Bailiffs 
of the Superior and 
King's Bench 
Courts. Bell tele- 
phone. Main 2193. 

Dcsmarais,, J. E., 97 
St. James Street. 

Jette, C. T., 68 Notre 
Dame Street W. 

La.ieunesse, H., 71a 
St. James Street. 

Lavery, J. S., 150 St. 
James Street. 

Marson, S. C, 86 
Notre Dame w. 

Normandin, J. N., 72 
Notre Dame St E. 

Robillard, Real 74 
St. James St. 

Smith, W. W., 74 
St. James Street, 

Vinet, J, H., Power 
Bldg, 
Napierville, 

ll)erville, 

Flageol, J, A. 
Moisan, T. T, 
New Carlisle, 

Gaspe. 

Lebel, J, A, 



Newport, 
Gaspe. 

Jessup, T. W. 
Nicoiet, 

Trois Rivieres. 
Rousseau, P. J. 0. 
Nominingue, 
Ottawa. 
Jette, R, 
Normandin, 
Roberval, 

Simard, J, S. 
North llatley, 
St. Francois, 
Bean, Leon E. 
Notre-Dame de la Paix, 
Ltawa, 

Whissell, N. 
Noti'o-Dnnic des Anges, 
Quebec, 

Petitclerc, E. 
Notre Dame de Levis, 
Quebec. 

Blondin, Alb. 
Notre-Dame du Lac, 
Kamouraska. 
Ouellet, Elzear. 
Notre-Dame du Laus, 
Ottawa. 
Roger, J, 
Ormstown, 
Beaiiharnois, 

Refer to Valley- 
field, 
Otter liake, 
Pontiac, 
Gilpin, J, 
Parisville, 
Quebec. 
Paris, J. E. 
Papineauville, 
Ottawa. 

Seguin, Jos. H, 
Tetreault, P, 
Paspebiac, 
Gaspe. 
Loisel, J. 
Perce, 
Gaspe. 

Furlong, James, 
Pidgeon, J. W. 
Petite Vallee, 
Gaspe. 
Dery, P. 
Plcardie, 
Ottawa. 

Lncasse, W. 
Pierreville, 
Richelieu. 

Pelletier, G. W. 
Plessisville. 
Arthbaaska. 

Bourque, P. A. 
Grenier, L. H. 
Polnte Claire, 
Montreal. 
Aumais, E. 



QUEBEC. 



159 



Pointe aux Trembles, 
Quebec. 

Clermont, A. 
Pointe Gatirieau, 
Ottawa. 

Charrette, Theo. 
Pont Maskinonge, 
Trois Rivieres 
Plante, D. 
Pont Rouge, 
Quebec. 

Russieres, S. G. 

Port Daniel East, 
Gaspe. 

Enright, Thomas. 

Portneuf, ^ 

Quebec. 

Morissette, J. 0. 
Price, 

Rimouski. 
Rourgoin, P. 
Quebec, 

Brousseau, 0., 11 

Zouave Street. 
Fournier, J. N. 

(Levis). 
Gelly, U., 187 du 

Pont Street. 
Giroux, Jos., 2 Cook 

St. 
Moisan, J. P., 12 St. 

Peter Street. 
Vidal, Geo. 0., Place 
Sans Rruit. 
Rapide de I'Orignal, 
Ottawa. 

Lamarche, G. 
Richmond, 
St. Francois. 

Cadieux, Jacques. 
Cleveland, E. F. 
Dyson, J. H. 
Rigaud, 
Montreal. 

Chevrier, L. J. 0. 
Rimouski, 
Rimouski. 
Garon, L. H. 
Gauvreau, J. C. 
(Chief of Po- 
hce.) 
Rosario, R. 
Theriault, Ed. 
Rimouski Wharf, 
Rimouski. 

Garon, P. H. A. 
Ripon, 
Ottawa. 
Leduc, F. 
Riviere a Pierre, 
Quebec. 
Delisle, A. 
Riviere Desert, 
Ottawa. 

(Refer to Maniwa- 
ki.) 



Riviere, Ouelle, 
Kamouraska. 

Levesque, Emile. 
Roberval, 
Roberval. 

Dumais, H. I. 
Ouellet, E. F. 
Rock Island, 
St. Francois. 
Abbott, W. A. 
Rockway Valley, 
Terrebonne. 
Coursolle, Ed. 
Qualified also for 
Dist. Terrebonne. 
Roxton Falls, 
Bedford. 

Bourbonniere, J. C. 
Roxton Pond, 
Redford. 
Noiseux, A. 
Ste. Adelaide de Pabos, 
Gaspe. 

Duguay, Jos. 
Jones, Thos. 
St. Adelphe, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Douville, Jos. L. 
St. Agapit, 
Quebec. 
Demers, F. 
Ste. Agathe, 

Terrebonne. 
Garceau, V. 
St. Aime, 
Richelieu. 

Vigeant, L. J. 
St. Alban, 
Quebec. - 
LaHaye, J. 
St. Alexandre, 
Kamouraska. 
Ouellet, U. 
St. Alexis, 
Gaspe. 

Dufour, J. 
St. Ambroise, 
Quebec. 
Richard, J. 
St. Andre, 
Gaspe. 

Lagace, A. 
St. Andre Avehn, 
Ottawa. 

Relisle, E. G. 
St. Angele, 
Rimouski. 

Ouellet, J. C. 
Ouellet, M. A. 
St. Anicet, 
Beauharnois. 
Cote, Moise. 
Sic. Anne de Beaupre, 
Qubeec. 
Morel,. G. 
Ste. Anne de la Perade, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Lafleche, P. 



Ste. Anne de la Po- 
catiere, 
Kamouraska. 
Sirois, J. 
Ste. Anne des Monts, 
Gaspe. 

Lafrancois, X. 
Thibault, E. 
St. Antoine de Tilly, 
Quebec. 
Lafleur, L. 
St. Antoine Riv. Riche- 
lieu, 
Richelieu. 
Giard, A. 
St. Antonin, 
Kamouraska. 
April, Alex. 
St. Augustin, 
Terrebonne. 
Filion, P. 
Ste. Barbe, 
Beauharnois. 
Benoit, A. 
St. Barnabe, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Ferron, N. 
St. Barthelemy, 
Joliette. 

Drainville, H. 
Drainville, W. 
St. Basile, 
Quebec. 
Hardy, W. 
St. Bernard, 
Beauce. 
Chabot, E. 
St. Calixte de Kilkenny, 
Joliette. 
Duval, M. 
St. Camile, 
Quebec. 
Leclerc, A. 
St. Camille, 
Montmagny. 
Blais, Ed. 
St. Casimir, 
Quebec. 

Cargnan, Nap. 
Langlois, Jos. 
St. Celestin, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Houle, J. 
St. Cesaire, 
St. Hyacinthe. 
Masse, L. J. 
St. Charles, 
Montmagny. 

Leclerc, J. Arthur. 
Ruel, L. E. L. 
St. Chrvsostome, 
Beauharnois. 
Delisle, H. 
Ste. Clothilde, 
Arthabaska. 

Champagne, E. 
St. Come, 
Joliette. 

Gauthier, Louis. 



160 



BAILIFFS. 



St. Constant, 
Montreal. 
Matte, A. 
St. Denis, 

St. Hyacinthe 
Lussier, N. 
St. Donat, 
Joliette, 

Zacharie, Crepeau. 
St. Edouard, 
Iberville. 
Blouin, N. 
Ste. Edwidge de Clifton, 
St. Francois. 
Lemieux, L. T. 
St. Eleuthere, 
Kamouraska. 
Dionne, J. A. 
St. Elie, 

Trois Rivieres. 
Garceau, M. 
Griffin, G. 
St. Eloi, 

Kamouraska. 
April, J. 
St. Eustache, 
Terrebonne. 

Refer to Ste. 
Scholastique. 
St. Evariste, 
Beauce. 
Boutin, J. 
St. Fabien, 
Rimouski. 

Foptin, Noel. 

St. Felix de Valois, 
Joliette. 

Bacon, Remi. 
St. Ferdinand d'Halifax, 
Arthabaska. 

Fortier, Arthur. 
Frechette, L. C. 
St. Flavie, 
Rimouski. 

See Mont Joli. 
St. Francois du Lac, 
Richelieu. 

Camire, J. H. 
Crevier, J. 0. 
Pelletier, Georges, 
St. Gabriel de Brandon, 
Joliette. 

Beausoleil, Ed. 
Farley, A. 
Jacques, Louis. 
Laprade, G. 
St. Genevieve, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Duval, O. 
St. Genevieve, 
Montreal. 
Prevost, L. 
St. Georges, 
Beauce. 

Morin, Jean. 
Morin, Jos. 



St. Germain de Gran- 
tham, 
Arthabaska. 
Houle, Pierre. 
Ste. Germaine Lac Etch- 
emin, 
Beauce. 
Ouellet, E. 
Ste. Gertrude, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Hamel, A. 
St. Gilles, 
Quebec. 

Demers, Alf. 
St. Godfrey, 
Gaspe. 

Grenier, J. 
St. Gregoire, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Martin, M. 
St. Guillaume, 
Richelieu. 

Bellehumeur, D. 
Millette, N. 
St. Hilaire, 
St. Hyacinthe. 

(Refer to St. Ces- 
aire.) 
Ste. Henedine, 
Beauce. 
Dion, A. 
St. Hilarion, 
Saguenay. 

Goulombe, N. 
St. Honore, 
Kamouraska. 
Morin, L. 
St. Hubert, 
Kamouraska. 
Morin, Elie. 
St. Hyacinthe, 
St. Hyacinthe. 
Bourgeois, E. 
Brunelle, H. 
Cadotte, J. ^. 
Wingender, J. 
St. Irenee, 
Saguenay. 

Gauthier, Francois. 
St. Jean. 
Iberville. 

St. Germain, Geo. 
St. Jean Deschaillons, 
Quebec. 
Douville, A. 
St. Jean He d' Orleans, 
Quebec. 
Blouin, N. 
St. Jerome, 
Ottawa. 
Labelle, L. 
St. Jerome, 
Roberval. 
Noel, T. 
St. Jerome, 
Terrebonne. 
Guenette, G. 
Bessette, J. 



St. Joseph, 
Beauce. 

Groleau, N. 
Lessard, A. 
Nadeau, J. V. 
St. Joseph d'Alma, 
Roberval. 

Verreault, G. 
St. Jovite, 
Terrebonne. 

(Refer to St. Jer- 
ome.) 
Ste. Juhe de Somerset, 
Arthabaska. 
Godbout, J. H. 
Ste. Julienne, 
Joliette. 

Perreault, J. A. 
St. Laurent, 
Montreal. 

Cardinal, J. V. 
St. Lazare, 
Montmagny. 
Belanger, J. N. 
St. Leon de Standon, 
Beauce. 
Soucy, P. 
St. Leonard, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Champagne, 0. 
St. Louis de Gonzague, 
Beauharnois. 
Leger, N. 
St. Louis de Lotbiniere, 
Quebec. 

Thibaudeau, L. E. 
St. Louis du Ha Ha, 
Kamouraska. 
Eraser, H. 
St. Ludger, 
Beauce. 

Gaudet, Donat. 
St. Malo, 
St. Francois. 
Breault, W. 
Ste. Marguerite, 
Terrebonne. 
Lacasse, F. L. 
Ste. Marie, 
Beauce. 
Dulac, C. 
Ferland, Jules. 
Ste. Marie de Blandford, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Charette, G. 
St. Marthe, 
Montreal. 

(Refer to Rigaud.) 
Ste. Martine, 
Beauce. 
Poulin, H. 
Ste. Martine, 
Beauharnois. 
Lecuyer, T. 
Ste. Methode d'Adstock, 
Beauce. 
Tardif, E. 



QUEBEC. 



161 



St. Michel de Napier- 
ville, 
Iberville. 
Gervais, M. 
St. Michel des Saints, 
Joliette, 
Champagne, L. 
Labreche, Jos. 
Ste. Monique, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Lauziere, 0. 
St. iNarcisse, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Trudel, J. H. 
St. Nicolas, 
Quebec. 

Demers, N. A. 
St. Octave, 
Rimouski. 
Hudon, E. 
Levesque, E. 
St. Ours, 
Richelieu. 

Papillon, Chas. 
St. Pacome, 
Kamouraska. 
Hebert, M. H. 
St. Pamphile, 
Montmagny. 
Rlanchette, R. 
St. Paschal, 
Kamouraska. 
Laforest, J. A. 
St. Paul de la Croix, 
Kamouraska. 
Boucher, A. 
St. Paulin, 

Trois Rivieres. 
Juneau, N. 
St. Philemon, 
Montmagny. 
Fournier, J. 
(For Quebec.) 
St. Philippe de Neri, 
Kamouraska. 
Dionne, D. 
St. Pie, 

St. Hyacinthe. 
Joncas, A. 
St. Pierre de Broughton, 
Beauce. 
Blais, L. 
Lemieux, N. 
St. Pierre les Becquets, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Lefebvre, J. H. 
St. Polycarpe, 
Montreal. 
Daoust, L. 
St. Prime, 
Roberval. 
Fradet, J. 
St. Prosper, 
Beauce. 
Dumas, J. 
St. Raphael, 
Montmagny. 
Gagnon, A. 
(For Quebec.) 



St. Raymond, 
Quebec. 

Plamondon, G. 
St. Remi, 
Iberville. 

Collette, P. A. 
St. Remi Lac aux Sable, 
Quebec. 

Pilotte, J. R. 
St. Roch, 
Joliette. 
Poitras, L. 
St. Roch, 
Montmagny. 

Dechene, P. M. 
St. Roch de Mekinac, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Ricard, D. 
Ste. Rose, 
Montreal. 
Leonard, J. 
Ste. Scholastique. 
Terrebonne. 
Ouellette, E. 
Savage, P. 
St. Simeon, 
Saguenay. 
Tremblay, J. 
Ste. Sophie de Levrard, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Monfette, P. 
St. Stanislas, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Thiffault, J. 
Trepanier, 0. 
St. Sylvestre, 
Quebec. 
Payeur, J. 
Ste. Theole, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Grenier, J. L. 
St. Theodore de Chert- 
sey. 
Joliette. 
Dupuis, I. 
St. Thomas, 
Montmagny. 

Poirier, Joseph. 
St. Tite, 

Trois Rivieres. 
Lafontaine, 0. 
St. Tite des Caps, 
Quebec. 
Girard, A. 
St. Urbain, 
Saguenay. 
Girard, B. 
Ste. Ursule, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Lambert, T. 
St. Victor, 
Beauce. 
Plante, J. 
St. Vital de Lambton, 
Beauce. 

Gendron, E. 
Gendron, Z. 



St. Zacharie, 
Beauce. 
Allen, D. 
St. Zephirin, 
Richelieu. 
Lefebvre, M. 
St. Wenceslas, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Doyon, J. H. 
Sacre Coeur, 
Saguenay. 
Tremblay, L. 
Sacre Cceur de Jesus, 
Beauce. 

Lafrance, W. 
Sandy Bay, 
Rimouski. 
Levesque, 0. 
Sayabec, 
Rimouski. 

Bouchard, J. G. 
Joubert, L. P. 
Shawinigan Falls, 
Trois Rivieres 
Gaillardetz, II. 
Therrien, P. 
Shawville, 
Pontiac. 

Robinson, E. 
Sherbrooke, 
St. Francois. 
Bartlett, J. P. 
Biron, R. A. 
Bourgault, N. 
Foss, E. S. 
Plaisance, Jos. 
Poulin, Louis. 
Wright, N. A. 
Sorel, 

Richelieu. 

Bonin, L. N. 
Champagne, Rene. 
Roberge, D. 
Robert, J. P. 
Rousseau, N. J. 
Weilbrenner, Chas. 
Weilbrenner, J. O 
Stanbridge East, 
Bedford. 

Briggs, W. H. 

Stanstead, 
St. Francois. 
Cross, G. E. 
Stratford Centre, 
St. Francois. 
Rivard, A. 
Sutton, 
Bedford. 

Stowell, J. M. 
Thibault, \V. 
Sweetsburg, 
Bedford. 

Boisvert, J. A. 
Powers, F. J. 
Tadousac, 
Saguenay. 

Dumont, E. T. 



162 



BAILIFFS. 



Terrebonne, 
Terrebonne. 
Gadbois, P. V. 

Thetford Mines, 
Arthabaska. 

Gyr, Philippe, N. 
Gyr, Theo. 
Thurso, 
Ottawa. 

McGillvray, D. 
Trois Pistoles, 
Kamouraska. 
Vezina, 0. 
Trois Rivieres, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Provenchep, R. 

Trois Sauinons, 
Montmagny. 
Garon, L. E. 
Upton, 

St. Hyacinthe. 
Hetu, G. E. 
Valcourt, 
Bedford. 

Bissonette, Oct. 



Valleyfleld, 
Beauharnois. 
Bedard, J. U. 
Hebert, M. 
Lavimodiere, N. E. 
Lefebvre, A. 
Rousseau, D. 
Varennes, 
Richeheu. 

Langlois, G. J. 
Vercheres, 
Richelieu. 

Desmarais, 0. 
Ville. Marie, 
Pontiac. 
Neveu, J. 
Wakefield, 
Ottawa. 

Taggart, W. G. 
Warwick, 
Arthabaska. 
Brunnette, P. 
Waterloo, 
Bedford. 

Bousquet, J. 
Fontaine, D. 
Marquis, A. E. 



Weedon Station, 
St. Francois. 
Rondeau, N. T. 

Whitton, 
St. Francois. 
McAulay, Z. 

Windsor Mills, 
St. Francois. 
Dunn, P. P. 
Leclerc, Fred. 
Milette. P. 

Wolfstown, 
St. Francois. 
Labonte, D. 
Wotton, 

St. Francois. 
Picard, L. 

Wright, 
Ottawa. 

(Refer to Grace- 
field.) 

Yamachiche, 
Trois Rivieres. 
Villemure, P. 



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174 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 

SASKATCHEWAN 



SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice: 
The Hon. F. W. G. Haultain, Regina. 

Puisne Judges: 

Hon. H. W. Newlands, Regina; Hon. T. C. Johnstone, Regina; Hon. 

J. H. Lamont, Regina; Hon. J. T. Brown, Regina; 

Hon. E. L. Elwood, Regina. 

Becjistrar: 
C. H. Bell, Regina. 

LAW SOCIETY OF SASKATCHEWAN. 

Benchers ex-Officio: 
Hon. Geo. Doherty, K.C., D.C.L., LL.D., Ottawa; Hon. A. Turgeon, 

K.C., Regina. 

Benchers Elected: 

James McKay, K.C., Prince Albert; P. MacKenzie, Saskatoon; 

Norman MacKenzie, Regina; James Balfour, Regina; 

J. F. L. Embury, Regina; J. A. M. Patrick, 

Yorkton; W. B, Willoughby, Moose Jaw; 

D. Mundell, Moosomin, O. S. Black, 

Weyburn, 

Secretary: 
C. H. Bell, Regin^a. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Attorney-General for Saskatchewan: 
Hon. A. Turgeon, K.C., Regina. 

Deputy Attorney-General: 
T. A. Colclough, Regina. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF BATTLEFORD. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts: 
His Honor Judge Maclean, Battleford. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court, and 
Clerk of the S^urrogate Court: 
H. C. Burlingham, Battleford. 

Sheriff: Agent Attorney-General: 

S. H. Clarke, Battleford. W. W, Livingstone. 

Official Administrator: Official Assignee: 

The Standard Trust Co. A. S. Pollard, Lloydminster. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF CANNINGTON. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honor Judge Rimmer, Areola. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court, and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Conirt. 

W. D. Ebbels, Areola. 

Sheriff: Agent Attorney-General: 

J. McEwen, Areola. A. E. Vrooman, Areola. 

Official Administrator: Official Assignee: 

The Western Trust Co. Assiniboia Trust Co. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 175 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF KSTEVAN. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 

His Honour Judge Rimmer, Areola, (Acting). 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

J. W. Mealy, Estevan. 

Sheriff : 

W. H. Nichol, Estevan. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF HUMBOLDT. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 

His Honour Judge Dickson, Humboldt. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

D. McLean, Humboldt. 

Sheriff : 

E. Wallace, Humboldt. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF KERROBERT. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 

His Honour Judge Leahy, Kerrobert. 

Tjocal Begistrar Supreme Court. Clerk of the District Court and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

T. McConica, Kerrobert. 

Sheri^: 
W. S. Ell^:s, Kerrobert. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF KINDERSLEY. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honour Judge Leahy (Acting), Kerrobert. 

Ijocal Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

J. D. McLeod, Kindersley. 

Sheriff : 
W. R. Gordon, Kindersley. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MELVILLE. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 

His Honour Judge Farrell, (Acting) Moosomin. 

Jjocal Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

John H. Hilton, Melville. 

Sheriff: 
J. A. McLaughlin, Melville. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MOOSE JAW. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honor Judge Ouseley, Moose Jaw. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court. Clerk of the District Court, and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

J. A. Munro, Moose Jaw. 

Sheriif : Aaent Attorney-General: 

B. Fletcher, Moose Jaw. C. E. Armstrong, Moose Jaw. 

Official Administrator: Official Assignee: 

The Western Trust Co. W. E. Hodge, Moose Jaw. 



176 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MOOSOMIN. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honor Judge Farrell, Moosomin. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court, and 
Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 
E. G. D. MacEachern, Moosomin. 

Sheriff: Agent Attorney-General : 

G. B. Murphy, Moosomin. David Mundell, Moosomin. 

Official Administrator: Official Assignee: 

The Western Trust Co. D. Mundell, Moosomi . 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF PRINCE ALBERT. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honor Judge Doake, Prince Albert. 

Local Registrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court, and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

J. McMillan, Prince Albert. 

Sheriff: Agent Attorney-General: 

G. Neilson, Prince Albert. P. W. Halliday, Prince Albert. 

Official Administrator: 
The .Western Trust Co. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF REGINA. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts: 
His Honor Judge Hannon, Regina. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court: 

C. H. Bell, Regina. 

Deputies: 
R. Charlton, R. W. Goodrich. 

Sheriff: Agent Attorney-General: 

A. B. Cook, Regina. , H. E. Sampson, LL.B., Regina 

Official Administrator: 
Western Trust Company, Regina. 

Police Magistrate, City of Begina. Official Guardian: 

William Trant. Norman Mackenzie, K.C. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF SASKATOON. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honor Judge McLorg, Saskatoon. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Clerk of the District Court, and 
Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 
A. MacLean, Saskatoon. 
Sheriff: Agent Attorney-General: 

L. G. Calder, Saskatoon. P. E. McKenzie, Saskatoon. 

Official Administrator: Official Assignee: 

The Standard Trust Company. J. H. Anderson. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 



177 



JUDICIAL BISTRICT OF 3COTT. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honour Judge Dickson, (Acting) Humboldt. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Cleric of the District Court and 

Clerk of the Surrogate Court. 

B. J. McCarthy, Scott. 

Sheriff: 

L. A. Ramsay, Scott. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF SWIFT CURRENT. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honour Judge Smythe, Swift Current. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Cleric of the District Court and 
Cleric of the Surrogate Court. 
J. T. Dodds, Swift Current. 

Sheriff: 
W. Yager, Swift Current. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WEYBURN. 

J udge of District and Surrogate Courts. 
His Honour Judge C. E. D. "Wood, Weyburn. 

Jjocal Begistrar Supreme Court, Cleric of the District Court and 

Cleric of the Surrogate Court. 

P. Eisenhardt, Weyburn. 

Sheriff: 
W. M. Little, Weyburn. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WYNYARD. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Court. 
His Honour Judge Grordon (Acting), Yorkton. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Cleric of the District Court and 

Cleric of the Surrogate Court: 

B. D. Bramsconde, Wynyard. 

SheHf: 

W. J. Smith, Wynyard. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF YORKTON. 

Judge of District and Surrogate Courts: 
His Honor Judge Gordon, Yorkton. 

Local Begistrar Supreme Court, Cleric of the District Court, and 

Cleric of the Surrogate Court. 

J. E. Peaker, Yorkton. 



Sheriff : 
H. Christopherson, Yorkton. 

Official Administrator: 
The Standard Trust Co. 



Agent Attorney-General: 
W. M. Graham, Yorkton. 

Official Assignee: 
E. E. Bailey, Yorkton. 



178 SASKATCHEWAN. 

SITTINGS OF SUPREME COURT FOR 1914. 

Regina — Jury trials: Jan. 13, May 5, Sept. 22; Non-jury trials: 
Feb. 23, March 17, Apl. 14, Oct. 13, Dec. 8. 3Ioose Jaw — Jury trials: 
March 17, June 2, Nov. 17; Non-jury trials: Jan. 20, May 19, Sept. 
22. Saskatoon — Jury trials: Jan. 27, May 12, Sept. 22; Non-jury 
trials: March 17, June 2, Nov. 17. Weyburn — March 24, Sept. 29. 
Melville— Feb. 17, Sept. 22. Moosomin — Apl. 28, Oct. 6. Areola — 
May 5. Dec. 8. Estevan — March 17, Sept. 22. Swift Current — Feb. 
10, Sept. 29. Kindersley — Apl. 21, Oct. 13. Kerrobert — June 9, 
Dec. 15. Scott — ^March 31, Oct. 6. Battleford — Apl. 14, Nov. 17. 
Wynyard — Apl. 7, Oct. 13. Prince Albert — Apl. 14, Nov. 24. York- 
ton — ^May 5, Dec. 1. 

SITTINGS OF THE DISTRICT COURTS, 1914. 

REGINA JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Regina — Third Tue. Feb., May, 
Sept. and Nov. South Qu'Appelle — Third Thur. Jan., second Thur. 
June. Balgonie — Third Mon. Jan., second Tue. June. Indian Head 
— Fourth Tue. Jan., third Tue. June. Milestone — First Thur. Feb., 
second Thur. July. Sedley — First Tue. Apl. and Oct. Lumsden — 
Second Tue. Apl. and Oct. Strassburg — Second Tue. May, fourth Tue. 
Oct. Craik — Second Tue. Jan. and Nov., third Tue. Apl. Davidson — 
First Tue, Feb. and May, second Tue. July. Bethune — Fourth Tue. 
June. 

MOOSE JAW JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Moose Jaw — Second Tue. 
Jan. and Oct., fourth Tue. Mar. and June. Elbow — Second Tue. Mar., 
third Thur. Sept. Rouleau — First Tue. Feb. and July. Tugaske — 
Third Tue. Sept., first Tue. Dec. Mortlach — First Tue. Nov. Outlook 
— Third Tues. Nov. 

WEYBURN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — ^Weyburn — Third Tue. Mar., 
first Thur. Dec. Fillmore— Second Thur. Apl., first Thur. Oct. 

MELVILLE JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Melville — First Tue. Apl., 
third Tue. Oct. Kelliher — Second Tue. Jan., first Thur. May. Neudorf 
— Fourth Thur. Jan. and June. Abernethy — Third Tue. Apl., first Tue. 
Nov. Cupar — Fourth Tue. Apt., third Thur. Oct. Spy hill — First Tue. 
June. 

MOOSOMIN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Moosomin — First Tue. Feb., 
Apl., July and Oct., second Tue. Dec. Grenfell — Third Tue. Jan. and 
May. Esterhazy— Fourth Tue. Jan. and June. Wolseley — Third Tue. 
Mar., June and Oct. Whitewood — Second Tue. Apl. and Oct. Kipling 
— Third Thurs. May, 

CANNINGTON JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Areola — Third Tue. Jan. 
and Apl., first Tue. July and Oct, Redvers — First Tue, Mar. and Nov. 
Carlyle — Second Tue. Mar. and Nov. Stoughton — Fourth Tue. Mar. 
and Nov. Wawota — Second Tue. Apl. 

ESTEVAN JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Estevan — First Tue. June and 
Dec. Oxbow — Second Tue, Jan., third Tue. June. Carnduff — Third 
Tue. Feb., fourth Tue. Sept. 

SWIFT CURRENT JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Swift Current — Third 
Tue. Jan, and Oct., second Tue. Apl. and June. Maple Creek — Second 
Tue. Feb., third Tue, May, and first Tue. Oct. Gull Lake — First Tue. 
Mar., second Tue. Dec. Morse — First Tue. Apl. 

KINDERSLEY JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Kindersley — Second Tue. 
Apl. and Dec. Alsask — Fourth Fri. June. 

KERROBERT JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Kerrobert — Fourth Thur. 
June. Zealandia — Fourth Tue. June. Rosetown — Fourth Tue. Oct. 

SCOTT JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Scott — Fourth Tue. Jan. Macklin 
— Third Tues. Feb. Wilkie — Fourth Thur. Feb., and first Tue. Nov. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 179 

BATTLEFORD JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Battleford — Fourth Tue. 
Jan., third Tue. Mar., June, Sept. and Nov. North Battleford — Sec- 
ond Tue. Feb., June and Dec. Lloydminster — Third Tue. Feb., fourth 
Tue. June, first Tue. Dec. Radisson — Second Tue. Apl., fourth Tue. 
Nov. Edam — Third Tue. May. Paynton — First Tue. July. 

SASKATOON JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Saskatoon — Second Tue. 
Jan., first Tue. Apl., July and Oct. Hanley — Third Tue. Mar., fourth 
Tue. Sept. Imperial — First Thur. May. Watrous — First Tue. May. 

WYNYARD JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Wynyard — Third Tue. Nov. 
Sheho — First Wed. Mar. and Oct. Lanigan — Second Tue. May. 
Govan — Fourth Tue. May. Nokomis — Fourth Tue. Nov. 

HUMBOLDT JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Humboldt— Second Tue. 
Feb., June and Nov. Invermay — First Wed. Feb. and July. Wadena 
— Second Tue., Mar. and Oct. Vonda — Third Tue. Apl. and Oct. 
Watson — Third Tue. May. Quill Lake — First Tue. Dec. 

PRINCE ALBERT JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Prince Albert — First 
Tue. Feb., Apl., June, Oct. and Dec. Rosthern — Third Tue. Jan., May 
and Oct. Melf ort — First Tue. . Mar. and Oct. Kinistino — Second Tue. 
Mar. and Nov. Duck Lake— Fourth Tue. Apl. and Sept. Tisdale — 
Second Tue. May and Nov. Marcelin — Fourth Tue. May. 

YORKTON JUDICIAL DISTRICT — Yorkton — Second Tue. Feb. 
and May, third Tue. Sept., fourth Tue. Nov. Langenburg — Third Wed. 
Jan, and June. Saltcoats — Fourth Wed. Jan. and June. Kamsack — 
Second Wed. Mar. and Oct. Canora — Third Tue. Mar., first Tue. June, 
second Tue. Nov. Theodore — Third Tue. Apl., fourth Tue. Oct. 

LAND REGISTRATION DISTRICTS. 

Master of Titles and Inspector of Legal Offices: 
C. J. Milligan, Eegina, Sask. 

ASSINIBOIA. Tp. 1 to 26, in Rg. 11 to 23, W. of the Second 
Meridian, and parts of Tp. 24, 25 and 26, in Eg. 24, W. of the Second 
Meridian, lying E. of Last Mountain Lake. 

Address "Land Titles Office, Regina." 

CANNINGTON. Tp. 1 to 11, in Eg. 30 to 34, W. of the First 
Meridian, and in Eg. 1 to 10 W. of the Second Meridian. 
Address "Land Titles Office, Areola." 

EAST SASKATCHEWAN. The part of the Province lying N. of 
the N. boundary of Tp. 40, and E. of Eg. 7, W. of the Third Meridian, 
and the parts of Tp. 41 and 42, in Eg. 7, W. of the Third Meridian, 
lying S. and E. of the S. bank of the N. Saskatchewan Elver. 
Address "Land Titles Office, Prince Albert." 

MOOSE JAW. Tp. 1 to 26, in Eg. 24 to 30, W. of the Second 
Meridian, and in Eg. 1 to 30 W. of the Third Meridian, except the 
parts of Tp. 24, 25 and 26 in Eg. 24, W. of the Second Meridian, 
lying E. of Last Mountain Lake. 

Address "Land Titles Office, Moose Jaw." 

MOOSOMIN. Tp. 12 to 20, Eg. 30 to 34 W. of the First Meridian, 
and in Eg. 1 to 10 W. of the Second Meridian. 

Address "Land Titles Office, Moosomin." 

SASKATOON. Tp. 27 to 40, in Eg. 11 to 29 W. of the Second 
Meridian, and in Eg. 1 to 29 W. of the Third Meridian, except Tp. 40 
in Eg. 8, 9 and 10 W. of the Third Meridian, and except the part of 
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Address "Land Titles Office, Saskatoon." 

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also includes Tp. 40 in Eg. 8, 9 and 10 W. of the Third Meridian, and 
the parts of Tp. 39 in Eg. 7 to 11, and the parts of Tp. 40 in Eg. 
7, 11 and 12 W. of the Third Meridian, lying N. of the S. bank of 
the N. Saskatchew^an Eiver. 

Address "Land Titles Office, Battleford." 

YORKTON. Tp. 21 to 40, in Eg. 30 to 33 W. of the First Meri- 
dian, and in Eg. 1 to 10 W. of the Second Meridian. 

Eegistration Districts for registration of Chattel Mortgages, bills of 
sale and lien notes, or other transfers of personal property. 

The Province of Saskatchewan is divided into Eegistration Districts 
of the s-ime names and with the same boundaries as the Judicial Dis- 
tricts, and the Clerks of the District Courts are the Eegistration Clerks 
of these Districts. 

Address "Land Titles Office, Yorkton." 

BOUNDARIES OF THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. 

Battleford Jud. Dist. Parts of Tp. 39 to 41, incl., lying N. of the N. 
bank of the N. Saskatchewan Eiver, and Tp. 42 to 45, Eg. 7 to 28, W. 
of the Third Meridian, except Tp. 42, Eg. 25, and Tp. 42 and 43 Eg. 
26 to 30, W. of the Third Meridian. 

Cannington Jud. Dist. Tp. 5 to 11, in Eg. 30 to 34, W. of the First, 
and Tp. 6 to 11, Eg. 1 to 10, W. of the Second Meridian. 

Estevan Jud. Dist. Tp. 1 to 4, in Eg. 30 to 34, W. of principal merid- 
ian, and in Tp. 1 to 5, Eg. 1 to 23, W. of Second Meridian. 

Humboldt Jud. Dist. Tp. 33, Eg. 8 to 13, W. of the Second Meri- 
dian, Tp. 34 Eg. 8 to 17 W. of the Second Meridian, Tp. 35, Eg. 8 to 
25 W. of the Second Meridian, and Tp. 35 to 41, Eg. 8 to 28 W. of 
the Second Meridian, and Eg. 1 W. of the Third except Tp. 41, Eg. 8 to 

16 W. of the W. of the Second Meridian. 

Kerrobert Jud. Dist. Tp. 29 to 30 inch. Eg. 12 to 16, W. of the 
Third Meridian, Tp. 31 to 34 incl.. Eg. 12 to 30, W. of the Third Merid- 
ian, Tp. 35 to 36 incl.. Eg. 21 to 30, Tp. 35, Eg. 16 to 20, W. of the 
Third Meridian. 

Kindersley Jud. Dist. All that part of Tp. 23 to 28, W. of the 
Third Meridian incl., lying N. or W. of N. bank of S. Saskatchewan Eiver, 
and Tp. 29 to 30 incl.. Eg. 17 to 30 W. of the Third Meridian. 

Melville Jud. Dist. Tp. 18 and 19, Eg. 30 and 31, W. of the First 
Meridian, Tp. 19 and 20, Eg. 32 W. of the First Meridian, Tp. 20, 
Eg. 33, W. of the First Meridian, Parts Tp. 18 and 19, Eg. 4 to 12, 
W. of the Second Meridian, lying N. of the N. bank of the Qu'Appelle 
Eiver, Tp. 20 and 21, Eg. 1 to 17, W. of the Second Meridian, lying 
N. of the X. bank of Qu'Appelle, Tp. 22, Eg. 3 to 17 W. of the Second 
Meridian, Tp. 23, Eg. 5 to 17, Tp. 24, Eg. 7 to 17, Tp. 27, Eg. 10 to 

17 W. of the Second Meridian. 

Moose Jaw Jud. Dist. Tp. 10 to 18 incl.. Eg. 24 to 30, W. of the 
Second Meridian, and Eg. 1 to 5, W. of the Third Meridian, Tp. 12 to 
15 inch. Eg. 21 to 23 W. of the Second Meridian, and Tp. 12 to 14, 
Eg. 20 W. of the Second Meridian, Part of Tp. 19 to 23 incl.. Eg. 24 
30, W. of the Second Meridian and 1 to 5 W. of the Third Meridian, 
lying W. and S. at the S. bank of Qu'Appelle Eiver, Tp. 22 and 23 



182 SASKATCHEWAN. 

Eg. 6, W, of the Third Meridian, and part Tp. 22 and 23, Rg. 7, W. of the 
Third Meridian, Part Tp. 24 to 29, Rg. 4 to 8, W. of the Third Meridian, 
lying E. of S. iDank of the S. Saskatchewan Eiver. 

Moosomin Jud. Dist. Tp. 12 to 17 inel.. Eg. 30 to 33, W. of Mani- 
toba Boundary, and Tp. 18, Eg. 31 to 32, W. of the First, Tp. 12 to 17, 
Eg. 1 to 10, W. of the Second Meridian, Tp. 18 to 19, Eg. 1 to 3, W. of 
the Second, and that part of Tp. 18 to 19, Eg. 5 to 10, W. of the Second, 
lying S. of the S, bank of Qu'Appelle Elver. 

Prince Albert Jud. Dist. Tp. 41, in Eg. 30 to 32 W. of the First 
Meridian, and in Eg. 1 to 16, W. of the Second Meridian, and Tp. 
42 to 46 in Eg. 30 to 32, Eg. 1 to 28 W. of the Second Meridian, and 
1 to 6 W. of the Third Meridian. 

Regina Jud. Dist. Tp. 12 to 14, Eg. 11 to 19, W. of the Second 
Meridian, Tp. 15, Eg. 11 to 20, W. of the Second Meridian, Tp. 16 to 
20, Eg. 11 to 17 W. of the Second Meridian, lying S. of the S. Qu'- 
Appelle Eiver, Tp. 16 to 26, Eg. 18 to 23, W. of the Second Meridian, 
and Tp. 19 to 26, Eg. 24, W. of the Second Meridian to three W. of 
the Third Meridian, lying N. of the N. bank of Qu'Appelle Eiver. 

Saskatoon Jud. Dist. Tp. 27 to 35, Eg. 24 to 30, W. of the Sec- 
ond Meridian, and Eg. 1 to 30 W. of the Third Meridian except Tp. 
35, Eg. 24 and 25 W. of the Third Meridian, Tp. 27 to 39 Eg. 1 to 3, 
W. of the Third Meridian, Tp. 30 to 38, Eg. 2 to 11 W. of the Third 
Meridian, except Tp. 29, Eg. 4 to 7, W. of the Third Meridian and 
Part of Tp. 29, Eg. 8, W. of of the Third Meridian, lying F. of the 
E. bank of the Saskatchewan Eiver, Tp. 29 to 41, Eg. 2 to 6, W. of 
the Third Meridian, and Parts of Tp. 39, 40 and 41, Eg. 7 to 11 W. 
of the Third Meridian, lying S. of the S. bank of the S. Saskatchewan 
Eiver. 

Scott Jud. Dist. Tp. 35, Eg. 12 to 15, W. of the Third Meridian incl., 
Tp. 36, Eg. 12 to 20 W. of the Third Meridian incl., and Tp. 37 to 41, 
W. of the Third Meridian incl., lying S. of the S. bank of the N. Sas- 
katchewan Eiver, Tp. 42, Eg. 25, W. of the Third Meridian, Tp. 42, and 
Eg. 25, W. of the Third Meridian, Tp. 42 and 43, Eg. 26 to 30, W. of 
the Third Meridian. 

SAvift Current Jud. Dist. Tp. 1 to 19 incl., Eg. 6 to 30, W. of the 
Third Meridian, and that part of Tp. 20 to 33 in Eg. 6 to 30, W. of the 
Third Meridian lying S. of the S. bank of South Saskatchewan Eiver. 

Weyburn Jud. Dist. Tp. 6 to 11 incl.. Eg. 11 to 23, W. of the 
Second Meridian, and Tp. 1 to 9 incl., in Eg. 24 to 30, W. of the Second 
Meridian, and Eg. 1 to 5, W. of the Third. 

AVynyard Jud. Dist. Tp. 27 to 34, Eg. 8 to 23, W. of the Second 
Meridian, except Tp. 27 and most northerly sections, Tp. 28 Eg. 10 to 
17 W. of the Second Meridian, and except Tp. 34, Eg. 8 to 17, W. of 
the Second Meridian, and except Tp. 33 Eg. 8 to 13, W. of the Second 
Meridian. 

Yorkton Jud. Dist. Tp. 20, Eg. 30 and 31, W. of the First Meridian, 
Tp. 21, Eg. 30 to 33 W. of the First Meridian, Tp. 22 to 40 in Eg. 
30 W. of the First to 8 W. of the Second Meridian, except the por- 
tions of such Tp. in the Jud. Dist. of Melville above. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 

NOTE: Where there is no Barrister, reference is made to nearest place 
with a resident Barrister. 



ABERDEEN, See Vonda. 
ABERNEtHY, See Cupar. 
ADAIR, See Wolseley. 
ADANAC, See Wilkie. 
ALAMEDA — Jud. Dist. Can- 
nington. 
Wallace, S. R. 
ALLAN, See Watrous. 
ALSASK, See Rosetown." 
ANTELOPE, See Swift Cur- 
rent. 
ANTLER, See Redvers. 
ARCOLA — Jud. Dist. Canning- 
ton. 
Archer & McLellan. H. 
A. Archer, P. McLellan. 
Brooksmith, E. J. 
Vrooman, A. E. 
ASQUITH, See Saskatoon. 
ASSINIBOIA— Jud. Dist. As- 
siniboia. 
Smallwood, F. W. 
ATWATER, See Esterhazy. 
AYLESBURY, See Craik. 
BALCARRES — Jud. Dist. 
Melville. 
Imlach, F. 

BALGONIE — Jud. Dist. Re- 
gina. 
Carman & Cameron. (See 
Regina.) 
BANGOR, See Melville. 
BANCHPETH, See Kinistino. 
BARING, See Wolseley. 
BATTLEFORD — Jud. Dist. 
Battleford. 
Earle & Sparling. R. R. 

Earle, H. G. Sparling. 
Laurie, Wm. 

Livingston & Atltinson. W. 
W. Livingston, F. G. At- 
kinson. 
Card, Appendix Page 58. 

Robinson, Robert. 

Skelton, M. L. M. 

Walker, W. S. 

(See Nortli Battleford.) 
BEADLE, See Kindersley. 
BEATTY, See Melfort. 
BELLE PLAIN, See Moose 

Jaw. 
BETHUNE, See Lumsden. 
BEVERLY STATION, See 

Swift Current. 
BIENFAIT, See Estevan. 



BIGGAR — Jud. Dist. Saska- 
toon. 
Thorneloe, W. E. 
BIRCH HILLS, See Prince Al- 
bert. 

BIRMINGHAM, See Melville. 

BLADWORTH, See Davidson. 

BLUCHER, See Saskatoon. 

BOHARM, See Moose Jaw. 

BORDEN, See Langham. 

BREDENBURG, See Saltcoats. 

BRESAYLOR, See North Bat- 
tleford. 

BRIDGEFORD, See Elbow. 

BROADVIEW — Jud. Dist. 
Moosomin. 
McDonald, H. W. 

BROCK, See Rosetown. 

BROWNLEE, See Eyebrow. 

BRUNO, See Humboldt. 

BUCHANAN, See Canora. 

BULYEA, See Strassburg. 

CANDAHAR, See Wynyard. 

CANDIAC, See Wolseley. 

CANORA — Jud. Dist York- 
ton. 
Johnston, J. K. 
McLaren, E. L. 
Wedderspoon & Cummlng. 
David Wedderspoon, 

Robert W. Gumming. 
Card, Appendix Page 54. 

CARIEVALE, See Carnduff. 
CARLYLE — Jud. Dist. Can- 

nington. 
Williams, W. H., B.A. 
CARMEL, See Humboldt. 
CARMICHAEL, See Maple 

Creek. 

CARNDUFF — Jud. Dist. Este- 
van. 
Campbell & Thompson. E. 
J. Campbell, F. Thomp- 
son. 

CHAMBERLAIN, See Craik. 

CHAPLIN, See Moose Jaw. 

CHEVIOT, See Saskatoon. 

CHURCHBRIDGE, See Salt- 
coats. 

CLAIR, See Wadena. 

CLARKBORO, See Vonda. 

CLARK'S CROSSING, See 
Saskatoon. 



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COBLENZ, See Scott. 

COLLEY, See Maple Greek. 

COLONSAY, See Saskatoon. 

CONAN, See Elbow. 

CONDIE, See Regina. 

CORINNE, See Maple Greek. 

COTE, See Canora. 

CRAIK — Jud. Dist. Reg:ina. 
Watkins & Blain. W. B. 

Watklns, W. M. Blain 
(See Lumsden). 

CRANE LAKE, See Maple 
Creek. 

CRAVEN, See Lumsden. 

CREELMAN, See Fillmore. 

CROOKED RIVER, See Mel- 
fort. 

CUDWORTH, See Humboldt. 

CUT KNIFE, See Battleford. 

DALMENY, See Langliam. 

DANA, See Vonda. 

DAVIDSON— Jud. Dist. Re- 
gina. 
Routledge, A. W. 

DAVIN, See Regina. 

DAVIS, See Prince Albert. 

DELISLE, See Saskatoon. 

DELMAS, See North Battle- 
ford. 

DENHOLM, See North Battle- 
ford. 

DEWAR LAKE, See Wilkie. 

DISLEY, See Lumsden. 

DRAKE, See Lanigan. 

DRINKWATER, See Rouleau. 

DUBUC, See Grayson. 

DUCK LAKE, See Prince Al- 
bert. 

DUFF, See Melville. 

DUNDURN — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Acheson & Co. (See Saska- 
toon). 

DUMAS, See Kipling. 
DUVAL, See Strassburg. 
EARL GREY, See Strassburg. 
EDAM, See North Battleford. 
13 



ELBOW — Jud. Dist. Moose 
Jaw. 
Hawthorne, R. J. 

Card, Appendix Page 54. 

ELSTOW, See Saskatoon. 

ERNFOLD, See Swift Cur- 
rent. 

ELFROS — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
McKenzie, D. 

ESTERHAZY — Jud. Dist. 

^Tnosomin. 
Grant, A. N. 

ESTEVAN— Jud. Dist. Este- 
van. 
Lockhart, N. J. 

Perkins, W. J. 

EVESHAM, See Wilkie. 

EYEBROW, See Moose Jaw. 

FARTHER EAST, See Melfort. 

FENTON, See Prince Albert. 

FENWOOD, See Melville. 

FIELDING, See Langham. 

FINDLATER, See Lumsden. 

FILLMORE — Jud. Dist. Wey- 
burn. 
Brown, Thomson & Co. 
(See Regina.) 

FLEMING, See Moosomin. 
FLORAL, See Saskatoon. 
FOAM LAKE, See Wynyard. 
FORGET — Jud. Dist. Gan- 

nington. Brooksmith, E. 

J. (See Areola.) 
FRANCES — Jud. Dist. Regina. 

See Regina. 

FROBISHER, See Alameda. 
FROUDE, See Stoughton. 

GAINSBOROUGH — Jud. Dist. 
Estevan. 
Campbell, E. J. (See Carn- 

duff). 
Wallace, S. R. (See Ox- 
bow.) 

GERALD, See Esterhazy. 

GIRVIN, See Davidson. 

GLENAVON, See Wolseley. 

GLEN EWEN, See Oxbow. 

GLENSIDE, See Outlook. 

GOODEVE, See Melville. 

GOVAN — Jud. Dist. Saska- 
toon. 
Hancock, John. 

Card, Appendix Page 66. 

GRAND COULEE, See Regina. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



GRAVELBURG — Jud. Dist. 
Moose Jaw. 
Gravel & Gravel (See 
Moose Jaw). 
GRAYSON — Jud. Dist. 
Melville. 
Grimmett, T. T. 

GREAT DEER, See Langham. 

GRENFELL — Jud Dist. 
Moosomin. 
Neff, G. C. 
Peel, W. 

GUERNSEY, See Lanigan. 
GULL LAKE — Jud. Dist. 
Swift Current. 
Alexander, R. E. 

Hoffman, N. R. 

HAGUE, See Rosthern. 
HALBRITE, See Weyburn. 
HANLEY — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 

Baldwin, J. 0. 
HARRIS, See Saskatoon. 
HAWARDEN, See Outlook. 
HAZEL CLIFF, See Esterhazy. 
HEATHER, See Moosomin. 
HEPBURN, See Langham. 
HERBERT — Jud. Dist Swift 
Current. , 

McClelland, R. J. 

Card, Appendix Page 41. 
HEWARD, See Stoughton. 
HIRSCH, See Estevan. 
HITCHCOCK, See Estevan. 
HOWELL, See Vonda. 
HUBBARD, See Melville. 

HUMBOLDT — Jud. Dist. 
Saskatoon, 
Crerar & Folk. J. M. 

Crerar, N. J. Folk. 
Gardiner, Ernest. 
Macintosh, A. D. 
HUME, See Weyburn. 
IMPERIAL — Jud. Dist. Saska- 
toon. 
St. John, E. P. 
INDIAN HEAD — Jud. Dist. 
Regina. 
Gordon, R. B. 
Wilson, H. G. W. 

INSINGER, See Yorkton. 
INVERMAY, See Wadena. 
ITUNA, See Melville. 
JASMIN, See Melville. 
JUNIATA, See Saskatoon. 
KAISER, See Wolseley. 
KAMSACK, See Canora. 
KEELER, See Eyebrow. 
KELLIHER — Jud. Dist. Mel- 
ville. 
Philion, A. E. 

(See Prince Albert.) 



KELSO, See Moosomin. , 
KENASTON, See Hanley. 
KENNEDY, See Kipling. 
KEPPEL, See Wilkie. 
KERROBERT — Jud. Dist. 
Saskatoon. 

Hanbidge, J. M. 

MacMillen, A. O'N. 
KILLALEY, See Grayson. 
KINCORTH, See Maple Creek. 
KINDERSLEY — Jud. Dist. 

Saskatoon. 

Murray & Walker. G. W. 
Murray, A. S. Walker. 

Silver, Geo. E. 
KINISTINO — Jud. Dist. 
Prince Albert. 

Graham, J. R. 
KINLEY, See Wilkie. 
KIPLING — Jud. Dist. Mooso-^ 
min. 

Brown & Thomson (See 
Regina) . 
KISBEY, See Areola. 
KROWAU, See Regina. 
KUROKI. See Wadena. 
KYLEMORE, See Wadena. 
LAIRD, See Rosthern. 
LAJORD, See Regina. 
LANDIS, See Scott. 

LANG, See Milestone. 

LANGBANK, See Kipling. 

LANGENBURG, See Saltcoats. 

LANGHAM — Jud. Dist Sas- 
katoon. 
Gold, Stockan & Co. (See 
Saskatoon.) 

LANIGAN — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Bence & Stevenson. J. M. 

Stevenson, A. . E. Bence 
(See Saskatoon). 

LASHBURN — Jud. Dist. 
Battleford. 
Leger, J. T. 

LAURA, See Saskatoon. 
LLOYDMINSTER — Jud. Dist. 
Battleford. 

Bell, J. R. 

Lisle, H. C. 

Munro, J. D. 
LOCKWOOD, See Nokomis. 
LOREBURN, See Elbow. 

LUMSDEN — Jud. Dist. Re- 
gina. 
Hayworth, A. 
Watkins & Blain. W. B. 

Watkins, W. M. Blain 
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187 



LUXEMBOURG, See Lang- 
ham. 

McLEAN — Jud. Dist. Regina. 
See Regina. 

McTAGGART, See Weyburn. 

MacDOWALL, See Prince Al- 
bert. 

MACKLIIM — Jud. Dist Sas- 
l^atoon. 
Orr, R. 

MACOUN, See Estevan. 
MAIDSTONE, See Lashburn. 
MANOR — Jud. Dist. Can- 
nington. Rrooksmith, E. 
J. (See Areola.) 
MAPLE CREEK — Jud. Dist. 
Swift Current. 
Burnett, A. 

Thomson, G. 0. (See 
Swift Current.) 
Card, Appendix Page 44. 

MARCELIN, See Prince Al- 
bert. 

MARCHWELL, See Saltcoats. 
MARGO, See Wadena. 
MARKIWCH, See Cupar. 
MARSHALL, See Lloydmlnster. 
MARYFIELD, See Carlyle. 
MAYMONT, See North Bat- 
tleford. 

MELFORT — Jud. Dist. Prince 

Albert. 
Goodwillie, F. B. 

Card, Appendix Page 59. 
Hill, 0. D. 
Stewart A. McN. 

MELVILLE — Jud. Dist. Mel- 
ville. 

deRoche, H. M. P. 

McKim & Gerrand. Louis 
T. McKim, E. W. Ger- 
rand. 

MEOTA, See North Battleford. 

MERVIN, See North Battle- 
ford. 
MIDALE, See Weyburn. 
MIKADO, See Ganora. 

MILESTONE — Jud. Dist. Re- 
gina. 
Brandon, R. J. 

MONTMARTRE, See Regina. 
MOOSE JAW — Jud. Dist. 
Moose Jaw. 
Bpoatch & Lennox. G. N. 
Broatch, B.A., LL.B., C. 
J. Lennox. 
Caldwell, Dunn & Fraser. 
J. E. Caldwell, F. W. 
Dunn, A. Fraser. 
Card, Appendix Page 59. 



MOOSE JAW— Continued. 
Chisholm & McCurdy. John 
E. Chisholm, David D. 
McCurdy. 
Card, Appendix Page 59. 

Gravel & Gravel. Alphonse 

Gravel, Emile Gravel. — 

Card, Appendix Page 60. 

Grayson, Armstrong A 

Emerson. Wm. Grayson, 

C. E. Armstrong, T. J. 

Emerson. 

Card, Appendix Page 45. 

Knowles, Hare & Benson. 

W. E. Knowles, M.P., 

J. F. Hare, A. Benson, 

B.A.— 

Card, Appendix Page 60. 

Lemon. H. S. 

Pickett & Schull. H. 
Davison Pickett, Henry 
J. Schull.— 
Card, Appendix Page 60. 

Powell, W. B. 

Regan, 0. R. 

Seaborn, Taylor, Pope A 
Quirk. Walter E. Sea- 
born, G. E. Tavlor, H. C. 
Pnne, F. G. D. Quirk. 
Card, Appendix Page 60. 

Spotton, W. H. B. — 
Wiiioughby, Craig A Mc- 
Williams. W. B. Wii- 
ioughby, B.A., LL.B., .N. 
R. Craig, LL.B., W. J. 
McWilliams, R. J. Dick- 
inson. 

MOOSOMIN — Jud. Dist. 
Moosomin. 
Elwood & Truscott. C. V. 

Truscott. 
Wylie, Mundell A Proctor. 
E. R. Wylie, D. Mundell, 
A. T. Proctor. 
Card, Appendix Page 45. 

MORSE — Jud. Dist. Swift 

Current. 
Buhr, A. 
Miall, Edward. 
MORTLACH — Jud. Dist. Swift 

Current. Broatch & 

Lennox. (Also Swift 

Current.) 
MOSTEN, See Outlook. 
MOZART, See Wynyard. 
MUENSTER, See Humboldt. 
NASEBY, See Biggar. 
NETHERHILL, See Rosetown. 
NEUDORF, See Grayson, 
NEVILLE, See Swift Current. 

NEW OTTAWA, See Lang- 
ham. 



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BARRISTERS AND SOLlCITCiRS. 



NOKOMIS — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
BraJthwaite, G. A. W. 
Kind, A. J. 
NORTH BATTLEFORD — Jud. 
Dist. Battleford. 
Brehaut Alder. — 

Card, Appendix Page 60. 
Conroy, F. R. 
Keith, Donald. — 

Card, Appendix Page 61. 
McHugh, G. C. 
Panton & Walker. A. M. 
Panton, D. S. Walker. 
NORTH PORTAL, See Este- 

van. 
NOTRE DAME, See Swift Cur- 
rent. 
NUTANA, See Saskatoon. 
OAKSHELLA, See Grenfell. 
ODESSA, See Retina. 
OSAGE, See Tyvan. 
OSLER. See Saskatoon. 
OUTLOOK — Jud. Dist. Moose 
Jaw. 
Hume, E. W. 
Nelson, H. M. 

OXBOW — Jud. Dist. Can- 
nin^ton. 
Murphy, J. D. 
PANGMAN, See Weyburn. 
PARK, See Langham. 
PARKBEG, See Moose Jaw. 
PASQUA, See Moose Jaw. 
PASWEGIN, See Wadena. 
PAYIMTOIM, See North Battle- 
ford. 
PENSE — Jud Dist. Regina. 
Ring & Brandon (See Re- 
gina). 
PERCIVAL, See Garlyle. 
PERDUE, See Biggar. 
PHIPPEN, See Wilkie. 
PILOT BUTTE, See Regina. 
PINTO, See Estevan. 
PLATEAU, See Canora. 
PLENTY, See Kerrobert. 
PLUNKETT, See Lanigan. 
PRINCE ALBERT — Jud. Dist. 
Prince Albert. 
Gregory, C. E., K.C. 
Gunn, Jas. H. 
HalUday, F. W. 
Lindsay & Mudie. James 
H. Lindsay, J. Stanley 
Mudie. 

Card, Appendix Page 61. 

McKay, Adann & Fear. Jas 

McKay, K.G., D. W. 

Adam, Thomas E. Fear. 

Card, Appendix Page 61. 

Mathieson, A. McLean. 

Miller, E. M. (with G. E. 

Gregory, K.G.). 
Mulcaster, Richard, S.S.G. 
Murray, Thos. 
Philion. A. E. 
PUNNICHY, See Raymore. 



QU'APPELLE — Jud. Dist. 
Regina. 
Adams, W. A. 
Reeve, W. A. 
QUILL LAKE, See Wadena. 
QUINTON, See Raymore. 
RADISSON — Jud. Dist. Bat- 
tleford. 
Gold, Stockan & Co. (See 
Saskatoon.) 
RALPH, See Weyburn. 
RAYMORE — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Drake, Cecil E. 
RED JACKETT, See Mooso- 

min. 
REDVERS — Jud. Dist. Can- 
nington. (See Garnduff.) 
REDFORD, See Scott. 
REGINA — Judicial District 
Regina. 
Allan, Gordon, Bryant & 
Gordon. J. A. Allan, 
LL.B., A. L. Gordon, J. 

F. Bryant, P. H. Gordon, 
B.CJ., M. F. Colquhoun, 
H. M. Chase, LL.B. 

Card, Appendix Page 61. 
Anderson, Bagshaw & 
Amyot. P. M. Ander- 
son, F. B. Bagshaw, Wm. 
Amyot, D. A. McNiven, 

G. H. Yule. 

Card, Appendix Page 6S. 

Balfour, Martin, Casey & 
Blair. James Balfour, 
W. M. Martin, Averv 
Casey, G. F. Blair, C. W. 
Hoffman, L. L. Dawson, 
G. S. Kennedy, G. A. Col- 
quhoun, F. S. Arthur. 
Card, Appevdix Page 61. 

Barr, Sampson & Stewart. 

Herbert E. Sampson, 

LL.B., George H. Barr, 

Peter S. Stewart. 

Card, Appendix Page 61. 

BIgelow & Graham. H. V. 
Bigelow, LL.B., B. P. 
Graham, LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 46. 

Brown, Thomson & Mc- 
Lean. T. D. Brown, 
Harold F. Thomson, A. 
L. McLean. 

Carman & Cameron. R. A. 
Carman, J. D. Cameron. 

Carrothers & Williams. 
Ashton D. Carrothers, 
Edwin S. Williams. 
Card, Appendix Page 48. 

Cross, Jonah, Hugg & 
Forbes. J. A Cross, E. 
B. Jonah, R. W. Hugg, 
G. W. Forbes. 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 

Doerr & Gugglsberg. J. E. 
Doerr, W. W. Guggls- 
berg. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 



189 



REGINA — Continued. 

Embury, Scott & Mackin- 

non. J. F. L. Embury, 

W. B. Scott, W. G. Mac- 

kinnon. 

Card, Appendix Page 63. 

Fish & Ferguson. J. N. 
Fish, G. A. Ferguson. 

Fisher, Alian A. 

Frame, Secord & Turnbull. 
J. F. Frame, J. G. Secord, 
F. W. Turnbull, W. A. 
Goetz. 

Grosch, S. P. (City Solici- 
tor). 

Hunter, J. Kelso. 

McMurchy & TIngley. R. 
D. McMurchy, A. R. 
Tingley. 

Maclcenzie, Brown, Thom & 
McMorran: IVIaclcenzie, 
Brown, Macdonald & 
Bastedo. Norman Mac- 
kenzie, K.C., Hon. Geo. 
W. Brown, D. J. Thom, 
T. S. McMorran, H. Y. 
Macdonald, Frank L. Bas- 
tedo. 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 

Martin & McEwen. W. 

Harry McEwen, B.A., ,1. 
D. Martin. 
Card, Appendix Page 63. 

Martin, J. G. 

Ring & Brandon. Leonard 
B. Ring, Robert J. Bran- 
don. 

Ross & Hogarth. Alex. 
Ross, D. B. Hogarth. 
Card, Appendix Page 64. 

St. James, E. A. 
Wood, Turnbuil & Mc- 
Causland. R. E. Turn- 
bull, M. McGausland. 
RICHARDSON, See Regina. 
ROCANVILLE, See Esterhazy. 
ROKEBY, See Yorkton. 
ROSETOWN — Jud. Dist. 
Saskatoon. 
Dingwall, R. 

Murray & Walker. (See 
Kindersley.) 
ROSTHERSM — Jud. Dist. 
Prince Albert. 
Brown, J. D. 
Lussier, J. G. 

ROULEAU— Jud. Dist. Moose 
Jaw. Deane, R. 

RUDDELL, See North Battle- 
ford. 

RUNIMYDALE, See Canora. 

RUSH LAKE, See Swift Cur- 
rent. 

ST. GREGOR, See Humboldt. 

ST. HYPPOLITE, See North 
Battleford. 



SALTCOATS — Jud. Dist. 
Yorkton. 
Lordly, L. R. 

Card, Appendix Page 60. 

Patrick & Doherty. (See 

Yorkton). 

SASKATOON — Jud. Dist. 

Saskatoon. 

Acheson, Durie & Walte- 

Ilng. Herbert Acheson, 

C. L. Durie, B. M. Wake- 
ling. 

Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Bence, Stevenson & Mc- 

Lorg. J. M. Stevenson, 

A. E. Bence, F. H. Mc- 

Lorg. 

Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Borland, Mclntyre, Mc- 
Aughey & Mowat. F. 
M. Borland, A. M. Mcln- 
tyre, J. McAughey, J. S. 
Mowat. 
Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Cruise & Tufts. G. A. 

Cruise, C. A. Tufts. 

Davis, R. W. 

Ferguson & MacDermid. J. 

D. Ferguson, F. F. Mac- 
Dermid. — 

Card, Appendix Page 64. 

Gold, Stocl(an & Co. W. 
J. Gold, E. Stockan. 

Hartney, Russell — 

Card. Appendix Page 64. 

Irvine, Christopher H. 

Jermyn, J. W. 

Jordan, H. L. (City Solici- 
tor.) 

Locl(e, Chas G. 

Lynd, Gilchrist & Hogarth. 
T. A. Lind, W. A. Gil- 
christ, R. F. HogarLh. 

McAughey & Mowat. J. 
McAughev. J. S. Mowat. 

McCraney, Mackenzie, Hut- 
chinson & Rose. G. E. 
McCraney, P. E. Macken- 
zie, A. W. Hutchinson, 
W. M. Rose. — 
Cord, Appendix Page 65. 

McPhee, G. W. 

Maclean, Hollinralte <ft 
Moxon. D. Maclean, G. 

E. Hollinrake, A. Moxon. 
Card, Appendix Page 65. 

Morton, Bill & Co. T. P. 

Morton, E. M. Bill, K.C., 

P. D. Tanner. 
Card, Appendix Page 65. 
Murray & Munro. George 

Murray, John Munro. 
Card, Appendix Page 65. 
Macdonald & Stewart. B. 

D. Macdonald, A. M. 

Stewart. 
Macintosh & Simpson. 

John Macintosh, Alex. 

Simpson. 



190 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 



SASKATOON — Continued. 
Milden, John. 

Morse, G. R. 

Russell, E. J. & Co. Edward 
J. Russell. 
Card, Appendix Page 65. 

SCOTT — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Nay. R. E. 

Smith & Fleming. A. 

Robertson Smith, G. W. 
Fleming. 
SEMANS, See Raymore. 
SEIVLAC, See Wilkie. 
SEDLEY — Jnd: Dist. Regina. 
McMurchy & Tingley. 
(Also Regina.) 
SEWARD, See Swift Cur- 
rent. 
SHEHO. See Yorkton. 
SHELLBROOK — 

Mulcastor <Sc Heap. (See 
Prince Albert. 
SJNTAtUTA — Jud. Dist. Re- 
gina. 
Gorrion, R. B. 

(See Indian Head.) 
Thomson, Kennedy & 
Horde (See Wolseley). 
SOUTHEY, See Cupar. 
SPY HILL, See Esterhazy. 
STAR C5TY, See Melfort. 
STOCKHOLM, See Ester- 
hazy. 
STOUGHTON — Jud. Dist. 
Gannington. 
Lloyd, D. S. 
STRASSBURG — Jud. Dist. 
Regina. 
Seller, L. A. 
STRO>^GFIELD, See Elbow. 
SUCCESS, See Swift Current. 
SUMMERBERRY, See Wolse- 
ley. 
SUTHERLAND — Jud. Dist. 
Saskatoon. 
Mcintosh & Simpson. (See 
Saskatoon.) 
SWIFT CURRENT — Jud. 
Dist. Swift Current. 
Begg & Hayes. James 0. 
Begg, Fred C. Hayes, 
LL.B. 

Card, Appendix Page 66. 
Bothwell, C. E. 
Buckles, Donald & Mac- 
Phepson. Daniel Buck- 
les, R. P. Donald, M. A. 
MacPherson. 
Hutchison & Buckles. S. 
A. Hutchison, D. Buck- 
les. 
Jopp & Maulson. W. E. 

Jopp, R. Maulson. 
Thomson, G. C. 
Wadsworth, Henry H. 



TANTALLON, See Esterhazy. 
TATE, See Nokomis. 
TAYLORTON, See Estevan. 
TESSIER, See Saskatoon. > 

THEODORE— Jud. Dist. York- 
ton. 
Hymers, James A. 

TINY, See Ganora. 
TISDALE, See Melfort. 
TOGO, See Ganora. 
TOMPKINS, See Gull Lake. 

TOUCHWOOD HILLS, See 

Nokomis. 

TRAYNOR, See Wilkie. 

TROSSACHS, See Weyburn. 

TUFFNELL, See Wynyard. 

TUGASKE, See Moose Jaw. 

TUXFORD, See Moose Jaw. 

TYVAN — Jud. Dist. Regina. 
Brown, J. B. L. 

UNITY— Jud. Dist. Saskatoon. 

MacMillan, A. 0. 

VALLEY, See Moosomin. 

VALPARAISO, See Melfort. 

VANCE, See Biggar. 

VANDURA, See Moosomin. 

VANGUARD, See Swift Cur- 
rent. 

VANSCOY, See Saskatoon. 

VENN, See Watrous. 

VEREGIN, See Ganora. 

VIBANK, See Regina. 

VISCOUNT, See Saskatoon. 

VONDA — Jud. Dist. Saska- 
toon. 
Gardiner, Ernest. (See 

Humboldt.) 

WADENA — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Hearn, J. H. 

WALDECK, See Swift Cur- 
rent. 

WALDHEIM, See Rosthern. 

WALDRON, See Melville. 

WALDORF, See Lumsden. 

WALPOLE, See Mossomin. 

WARMAN, See Saskatoon. 

WASECA, See Lloydminster. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 



191 



WATROUS — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Elliott &. Elliott. Sinclair 
Elliott, B.A., LL.B., Mur- 
ray Elliott, LL.B. 
Card, Appendix Page 66. 

Thorneloe, W. E. 

WATSON, See Humboldt. 

WAUCHOPE, See Redvers. 

WAWOTA, See Moosomin. 

WEBB, See Swift Current. 

WELWYN, See Moosomin. 

WENTWORTH, See Melfort. 

WEYBURN — Jud. Dist. Wey- 

burn. 
Allan & Graham. II. M. 

Allan, James Graham. 
Black & HiUier. 0. S. 

Black, T.. H. Hillier. 
Morphy, H. N. 

WHITEWOOb — Jud. Dist. 
Moosomin. 
See Moosomin. 

WILCOX, See Rouleau. 

WILKIE — Jud. Dist. Saska- 
toon. 
Dow, Robert J. G. 
Laycock, Ernest. 

Card, Appendix Page 66. 

Quigg, Samuel. 

Card, Appendix Page 66. 

WILLOW BUNCH, See Moose 
Jaw. 



WOLFE, See Wilkie. 

WOLSELEY — Jud. Dist. 

Moosomin. 
Cole, D. H. 
Thomson, Kennedy A 

Hord. Levi Thomson, 

D. P. Kennedy, A. H. 

Hord. 

WYNYARD — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Creelman, S. M. 

Whitman, H. L. 

YARBO, See Esterhazy. 

YELLOWGRASS, See Mile- 
stone. 

YEOMANS, See Weyburn. 

YONKER, See Scott. 

YORKTON —Jud. Dist York- 
ton. 

Graham- & Boland. W. M. 
Graham, W, A. Boland. 

Livingston & Wilson. G. 
D. Livingston, F. C. Wil- 
son. 

Parsons, R. W. 

Patrick & Doherty. J. A. 
M. Patrick, W. A. Do- 
herty. 

Worsley, R. W. 

YOUNG, See Watrous. 

ZEALANDIA — Jud. Dist. Sas- 
katoon. 
Cruise & Tufts (See Saska- 
toon). 

ZELMA, See Watrous. 



192 CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 

YUKON 



l^UKON TERRITORIAL COURT. 

Judges: 

Hon. C. A. Dugas, Hon. James Craig. 

(Retired, subject to being re-appointed if necessary.) 

Besident Judge: 
Hon. C. D* Maeaulay, Dawson. 

Crown Prosecutor: 
J. P. Smith. 

Cleric of Territorial Court: Sheriff: 

John Black, Dawson. Geo. Brimston, Dawson. 

Police Magistrate: 
G. L. Taylor, White Horse. 



ADMIRALTY COURT. 

Judges: 

Hon. James Craig; Hon. C. D. Maeaulay, Resident. 

(Retired, subject to being re-appointed if necessary.) 

Begistrar : 
John Black. 

YUKON LAND REGISTRATION DISTRICT. 

Begistrar of Lands and Begistrar of Chattels: 
A. E. Lamb. 

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 

DAWSON — 

Bell, J. L. 
Bennet, L. G. 
Gongdon, F. T., K.G. 
Gosselin, F. X. 
Smith, J. P. — 

Card, Appendix Page 56. 
Tabor, C. W. G. 

WHITE HORSE. 

Phelps, W. L. 

Note. — On the 13th day of June, 1898 the Yukon Territory became a sepa- 
rate Territory having the laws of the Northwest Territories as they 
existed on that day. The general laws and rules of practice are 
practically the same as in Saskatchewan, 



CANADx\ LEGAL DIRECTORY. 193 

UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS 



By mentioning the "Canada Legal Directory" when using this list, 
the best results may be obtained. 

ALAMEDA, CAL. 
Refer to Oakland. 

ALBANY, N.Y. 

MERCANTILE & PHYSICIANS' REPORTING AGENCY, Broad- 
way and State Street. 
Personal attention on claims received for collection. No 
free reports. References: Albany Trust Co.; Albany En- 
graving Co.; Hudson Valley Paper Co. 

ANNISTON, ALA. 

RUTHERFORD LAPSLEY, Successor to Lapsley & Arnold. 
Refer to First National Bank of Anniston; Bradstreet 
Company of New York. 

ASHTABULA, OHIO. 

MOTT G. SPAULDING. 

Practice in all Courts. Commercial and Corporation 
Law a Specialty. Notary and Deposition Facilities in 
Office. 

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 

JAMES H. HAYES, Jr., 1321 Atlantic Ave. 

General practice in Federal and State Courts. Corpora- 
tion, Commercial, Insurance, Bankruptcy and Probate 
matters specialized. 

AUBUKN, ME. 

CAKES, PULSIFER & LUDDEN, 11 Turner Street. 

Henry W. Oakes, James A. Pulsifer, Forest E. Ludden. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

FISHER, BRUCE & FISHER, Nos. 1003-1005 American Bldg. 
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. D. K. E. Fisber, Gen- 
eral Practice. 

BATTLE CREEK, MICH. 

STEWART & JACOBS, No. 27-29 Kingman Building. 

Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Commercial 
Law, Bankruptcy, Corporation and Probate Law given 
special attention. Depositions taken. 

BERKELY, CAL. 

Refer to Oakland. 

BLOOMINGTON, IND. 

J. B. FIELDS. 

Attorney for the Associated Stone Quarries & Mills. Legal 
matters and collections personally bandied within a radius 
of three hundred miles. 



194 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 



BOSTON, MASS. 

Arthur P. French. Arthur W. Coolidge. 

FRENCH & COOLIDGE. 

Counsellors-at-Law. 

89 State Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 

General Civil Practice in all State and Federal Courts. 

Special Department for handling collections. 

Beferences : 

Beacon Trust Company. 

I. M. Taylor & Co., Bankers and Brokers. 

Mead-Morrison Manufacturing Co., Cambridge, Mass. 

Clapp & Tilton, Wholesale Millinery. 

Mitchell Woodbury Co., Wholesale China. 

F. W. Hunt & Co., Wholesale Wines and Liquors. 

Carter Rice & Co., Inc., Wholesale Paper. 

W. H. Jones & Co., Wholesale Wines and Liquors. 



UNITED STATES ATTUKNKYS. 195 

BOSTON, MASS. 

RALPH S. FICKETT, 53 State Street. 

Corporation, Commercial, General Practice all over Massa- 
chusetts. Reference: National Sliawmiit Bank, Boston. 

MERRIAM, HOOPER & HILTON, 99 State Street. See also 
Lynn and South Framingham. 
Refer to American Surety Co., Boston; Henry C. Paul, 
Real Estate, Lynn; Framingham National Bank, South 
Framingham Co-operative Bank. 

BROOKLYN, N.Y. 

GEO. E. & ERNEST C. BROWER, Temple Bar, 44 Court St. 
George V. Brower, of Counsel. Corporation, Commer- 
cial, Insurance and Real Estate Law. Special attention 
given to interests of non-resident Heirs. 
Cable address, "Geoernbrow." 



BUFFALO, N.Y. 

HAROLD L. BODAMER, 7 36-738 Ellicott Square. 

Commercial, Corporation, Probate and Real Estate Law. 
Depositions and collections. Personal attention given to 
all matters. Reference: Commonwealth Trust Company. 

MARC W. COMSTOCK, 39 Erie Street. 

Separate collection department. Depositions taken as 
Notary. Attorney for International Harvester Company, 
American Car & Foundry Company. Refers to Messrs. 
Rowell, Reid, Wilkie & Wood, and Parker & Clark, To- 
ronto. 

BUTTE CITY, MONTANA. 

CHARLES O'DONNELL, Suite 84 and 85, Hirbour Block. ' 

Special attention given to Commercial Litigation and Col- 
lections. Depositions taken. Papers served. Reference: 
First National Bank, W. A. Clark & Bro. Practice in all 
courts. 

CALUMET, MICH. 

GALBRAITH & McCORMACK. 

Separate Collection Department. Depositions taken before 
Edward McCormack, Notary Public with Seal. Repre- 
sented in New York by Wm. H. C. Broughton. Local 
reference. Merchants and Miners Bank. We represent the 
American Lawyers' Quarterly, Clearing House Quarterly, 
Commercial Law League of America, etc. 

CA:\IBIlIDaE, MASS. 

RALPH S. FICKETT. (See Boston, iviass.) 

CARIBOU, MAINE. 

ALBERT B. DONAVORTH. 

Commercial law a specialty. State of Maine corporations 
organized. References: Any Bank in the County. 



196 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 
FERGUSON & GOODNOW, 

Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law, 

10 S. LaSalle St., CHICAGO, ILL. 

Elbert C. Ferguson. 
John C. Burchard. Edward L. England. Guy L. Eames. 

W. E. Gibbs. 
Cable Address: "Topaz.'' 

Commercial, Corporation, Trade-Mark, Probate and Eeal 

Estate Law and Litigation. 

Practice in the State and Federal Courts. 

Depositions carefully taken. Each member of firm a Notary Public. 

Legal business attended to in any part of the United States. 

Members of Commercial Law League of America. 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR COLLECTIONS. 

References : 

CHICAGO: Central Trust Co.; Union Trust Co.; Chicago Title and 
Trust Co.; National Lead Co.; Judges E. S. Tuthill; M. W. Pinck- 
ney; Devoe & Reynolds Co.; Central Electric Co.; Peter Van 
Schaack & Sons; Aetna Powder Works. 

WILMINGTON, DEL.; E. I. du Pout de Nemours Powder Co. 

ERIE, Pa.: Erie City Iron Works. 

NEW YORK CITY: Martindale's Mercantile Agency; American Linseed 
Co.; Hardware Board of Trade; Stationers' Board of Trade. 

BOSTON: Shoe & Leather Mercantile Agency. 

PHILADELPHIA: Attorneys, Carr, Beggs & Steinmetz; J. Howard 
Reber; W. S. Furst. 

MONTREAL: Brown, Montgomery & McMichael, Barristers and Solicitors. 
TORONTO:' Johnston, McKay, Dods & Grant, Barristers & Solicitors. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 197 

CHIHUSHUS, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 



CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

BURCH, PETERS & CONNOLLY, 7 03-4-5 First National Bank 

Building. 
Attorneys and Counselors at Law. General practice in 
all State and Federal Courts of Ohio, Indiana and Ken- 
tucky. 



CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

ARTHUR D. BALDWIN, 102 9 Garlield Building. 
Attorney-at-Law. Cable Address, "Maui." 

A. A. & A. H. BEMIS, 406-407-408 The Arcade. 

Attorneys at Law. General civil practice in all State and 
Federal Courts, including Corporate Matters, Patent 
Causes and Estates in Probate and Bankruptcy. 

MYERS & GREEN, 719 Society for Savings Building. 

Attorneys and Counsellors-at-law. General Practice, Cor- 
poration and Commercial Law. References: The First 
National Bank of Cleveland. Members of the Commercial 
Law League of America and National Association of Credit 
Men. 

WING, MYLER & TURNEY. 

Francis J. Wing (ex- Judge U. S. District Court, Northern 
District of Ohio), Hubert J. Turney, A. J. Schur, C. V. 
Liggett, William Rockwell, Don R. Sipe, Timothy A. 
Ryan, Edward Ruesick, Charles Fee, Roy G. Engstrom. 
No criminal practice or petty collections, except in bank- 
ruptcy cases. Correspondence in English, French, Ger- 
man or Polish. Depositions before Timothy A. Ryan. 
Notary Public. Cable Address: "Turney" W. Union Code. 



COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. 

WALKER & WALKER, Haden Building. 

Charles J. Walker, Lawyer; Lee Walker, Lawyer. Notary 
in office. 



COLUMBIA, S.C. 

BARRON, MOORE, BARRON & McKAY, 909-910-911-912-913 
National Loan and Ex. Bank Building. 

Charles H. Barron, Douglas McKay, J. Nelson Frierson, 
Thomas H. Moffatt, M. S. Whaley. P.O. Box 370. Tele- 
phone 298 (Bell). Long distance connection. 



198 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

COLUMBUS, OHIO. 

WATSOX, STOUFFER, DAVIS & GEARHEART, New First 
National Bank Building. 
B. G. Watson, C. I. Stouffer, O. E. Davis, B. W. Gearheart, 
J. C. Nailor, A. M. Calland, G. B. O'Hara. 
General Law Practice. Attention to Commercial Law and 
Settlement of Estates. 

CORTLAND, N.Y. 

JAMES F. DOUGHERTY, 69 Main Street. 

CUIDAD JAUREZ, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 

DANVILLE, ILL. 

DANIEL HOGAN, Jr., Second National Bank Building. 

Commercial, Corporation, Probate and Real Estate Law 
and Litigation. Practice in State and Federal Courts. Spe- 
cial department for Collections. Refers to Danville Na- 
tional Bank; Second National Bank; American Bank & 
Trust Co. 

lilNDLEY, PENWELL & LINDLEY, Daniel Building. 

Attorneys and Counsellors. Frank Lindley, Fred B. Pen- 
well, Walter C. Lindley. 

DECATUR, ALA. 

E. W. GODBEY. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 

DENVER, COLO. 

RALPH R. AXDRUS, 724 Symes Building. 

Attorney at Law. References: First and United States 
National Banks. 

BRYANT, NYE & MALBURN. 

Attorneys and Counselors. Mining, Corporation and 
Commercial Law. Refer to any Bank or Trust Com- 
pany in Denver. Special attention to income tax matters. 

ROBINSON & ROBINSON, Continental Building. 

Attorneys, Counselors-at-law. Notaries Public. W. B. 
Robinson, B.A. (Toronto). P. J. E. Robinson. John Paul 
Lee, A.M., LL.B. 

DERRY; N.H. 

O. F. MOREAU. 

Refer to Manchester, N.H. 



DE SMET, S.D., 

WARREN & WARREN. 

William H. Warren, Charles P. Warren. Lawyers. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 199 



DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

BOWEN, DOUGLAS, EAMAN & BARBOUR, 
Attorneys and Counselors, 

1101-1108 Ford Building, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

Herbert Bowen. Samuel T. Douglas. 

Frank D. Eaman. Herbert V. Barbour. 

Edward H. Rogers. Henry. J. Armstrong, Jr. 

Charles Wagner. 



200 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

EIj PASO, TEXAS. 

JOHN L. DYER, Suite 505 American Bank Building. 

Assistants: C. W. Groom and Allen R. Grambling. Repre- 
senting all the leading Law Lists. Attorney for Union 
Bank & Trust Co., American National Bank, El Paso; 
National Loan & Investment Company, Detroit, and 
Ocean, Accident & Guarantee Corporation of London. 
Refer to Citizens National Bank, Los Angeles, and Mr. 
Elmer E. Whitaker, Cashier Hanover National Bank, 
New York. 

LOOMIS & KNOLLENBERG, 516-518 Trust Building. 

Attorneys-at-Law. Chas. R. Loomis, Fred. C. Knollen- 
berg. Cable Address: "Loomknol." Western Union Code. 
Real estate, Corporation, Probate and Commercial Law, 
and Litigation in Texas, New Mexico and Mexico. Both 
members are Notaries. Refer to any Bank in El Paso. 



EUGENE, ORE. 

L, M. TRAVIS, 12 East Eighth Street. 

Lane County Attorney for Commercial Law League of 
A^merica; Mercantile Adjuster; The Bonded Attorney; In- 
ternational Mercantile Agency, etc., etc. 



FARGO, N. DAK. 

STAMBAUGH & FOWLER, 16 Broadway. 

Lawyers. W. S. Stambaugh, A. W. Fowler. 



FERGUS FALLS, MINN. 

LEONARD ERIKSSON. 

Attorney at Law. A general law practice conducted - i all 
courts. Real estate and probate law a specialty. Collec- 
tions made anywhere. 

HILTON & THOMPSON, First National Bank Block. 

C. L. Hilton, Assistant Attorney General. Anton Thomp- 
son, County Attorney. 



GARY, INDIANA. 

CLARENCE BRETSCH, 714 Broadway. 

Real Estate. Commercial and Corporation Law, a spe- 
cialty. 



GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. 

WHEELER & WEISER. 

Samuel N. Wheeler, William Weiser. Attorneys at Law. 
Attorneys for the Colorado Midland Railway Company; 
Grand Valley National Bank; Grand Valley Irrigation 
Company; Loma Town & Land Company; Cottonwood 
Lakes Reservoir Company. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 201 

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. 

G. A. HEMPLE, Wonderly Building. 

Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. Collections, Reports, 
Practice in all Courts. Issue Commissions to Gustaf A. 
Hemple, Notary Public. References: Old National Bank, 
Kent State Bank. 

GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. 

HOWARD G. BENNET. 

Firm Berry and Bennet. Commercial, Probate and 

Real Estate Law. 

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN. 

GREENE, FAIRCHILD, NORTH, PARKER & McGILLAN. 

Attorneys and Counsellors. Engaged in General Practice 
in all courts. Refer to any bank in city. 

GREENVILLE, S.C. 

JOHN H. EARLE, Palmetto Building. 

Commercial and Corporation Law a specialty. General 
Counsel Carolina Loan & Trust Company. References: 
Any Bank in Greenville. 

GREENWOOD, S. C. 

GILES & OUZTS. 

Attorneys. 

GUAYMAS, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

LEWIS SPERRY, ^tna Life Insurance Building. 

Lewis Sperry, Warren B. Johnson, Harry W. Reynolds. 
Counsel for ^tna Life Insurance Co.; The ^tna Accident 
& Liability Co.; The Hartford Life Insurance Company; 
^tna National Bank; United States Bank. Canadian 
reference: Messrs. Johnston, McKay, Dods & Grant, To- 
ronto. 

HAVANA, CUBA. 

SOLA & PESSINO, Amargura 21. 

Attorneys-at-Law. Cable Address: "Leopolsola." Refer- 
ences: Our Bankers: N. Gelats y Cia., Havana. 

HELENA, MONTANA, 
JAMES A. WALSH. 

General Practice Federal and State Courts. Attorney for 
the American National Bank. Prompt attention given to 
business. Small Collections not solicited. 

HERMOSILLO, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 
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202 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

HOBOKEN, N.J. 

HAKTSHORJNE. INSLEY & L.EAKE. 

Charles H. Hartshorne, Earle Insley, Eugene W. Leake. 
Counsel in Jersey City for Provident Institution for Sav- 
ings; Texas Steamship Company, etc., etc. 

HOUSTON, TEXAS. 

COLE, WILSON & COLE, Commercial Bank Building. 

A. B. Wilson, Robert L. Cole, John F. Cole. Attorneys and 
Counsellors. 

HUNTINGTON, W. VA. 

SIMMS, EJNSLOW & STAKER, Robson-Prichard Building. 

Henry Simms, Prank Enslow, jr., Lewis A. Staker. Gen- 
eral Practice in State and Federal Courts, Corporation, 
Commercial Bankruptcy, Insurance and Real Estate 
Matters Specialties. Depositions before L. A. Staker, Not- 
ary Public. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

HENRY W. BULLOCK, 415 Law Building. 

General practice. Insurance, Commercial, Probate, Con- 
stitutional and Corporation law, specialties. Collection 
Department. 

COLLECTION AGENCY, 416 Law Building. 
American Collecting and Reporting Association. Estab- 
lished 1878. Collections anywhere in Indiana. 

MATSON, GATES & ROSS, 947-955 Lemcke Annex. 

Counsel for Fletcher American National Bank; Farmers* 
Trust Co.; Remy Electric Co.; Breed, Elliott & Harrison, 
Bond Brokers; Miller & Company, Bond Brokers; Ameri- 
can Coal Mining Co.; Mooresville Utilities Co.; Southern 
Indiana Power Co.; Macbeth-Evans Glass Co. 

JACKSON, MISS. 
L. P. MAY. 

Prompt reports on individuals, firms and corporations 
made for 50c. each. Commercial Law, Abstracting, Col- 
lections, Insurance Law and Bankruptcy Business. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 

D. GREENWOOD HALEY, Suite 605 Florida Life Building. 
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. Commercial, Corporation, 
Real Estate and Probate Law. Efficient Collection De- 
partment. References: Barnett National Bank of Jackson- 
ville, and Ocala National Bank of Ocala. 

JANESVILLE, WIS. 

M. P. RICHARDSON, Hayes' Block. 
Circuit Court Commissioner. 

JERSEY CITY, N.J. 

HARTSHORNE, INSLEY & LEAKE, Provident Institution 
Building, 239 Washington Street. 
Charles H. Hartshorne, Earle Insley, Eugene W. Leake, 
Charles M. Vreeland, Gilbert M. Deats. Counsel in Jer- 
sey City for Provident Institution for Savings; Texas 
Steamship Company, etc., etc. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 203 

JIMENEZ, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 

JOPLIN, MO. 

PAUL A. EWERT. 

Corporation, Mining and Commercial Law. Formerly 
Special Assistant to the Attorney General of the United! 
States. Reference: First National Bank. 

KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. 

McANANY & ALDEN, Rooms 2 to 6 Husted Building. 

E. S. McAnany, M. L. Alden. General Practice. Attor- 
neys for Commercial National Bank, Citizens' State 
Savings Bank, Rosedale State Bank, Shawnee State Sav- 
ings Bank, Kansas Trust Company. 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

FRANK TITUS, 9 01 New York Life Bldg. 

Commercial Law and Collections. Twenty-five years local 
practice. Practices in all State and Federal Courts. 
Refers to New England National Bank of Kansas uity. 
Mo., and the Hubbell Pub. Co. of New York. 

KEENE, N. H. 

JOSEPH MADDEN. 

Special attention given to Probate and Corporation Mat- 
ters. Well equipped commercial office. References on 
request. Member of the Commercial Law League of 
America. 

KINGSTON, NEW YORK. 

W1L.L.1AM D. BRINNIER, 53 John Street. 

General Law Practice. Attorney for State of New York 
National Bank. 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 

HARMON O. ACUFF. 

Attorney at Law. 

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. 

MANN & SHOFNER, Southern Trust Building. 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. General practice in 
all courts. Special attention to commercial, corporation, 
probate and bankruptcy law. References: Union Trust 
Company and Southern Trust Company. 

MILTON B. ROSE. 

Attorney-at-Law. General Practice. Notary Public. 
Corporation, Land and Commercial Law given special 
attention. Refers to German National Bank, Bank of 
Commerce. 

LIVINGSTON, MONT. 

FRANK ARNOLD, Room 1, Thompson Block. 
Attorney at Law. 



204 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

LOS ANGELES, GAL. 

ADAMS, ADAMS & BINFORD, Van Nuys Building. 

Corporation, Commercial and Real Estate Law. Deposi- 
tions carefully taken, ibzmq commissions to L. B. Bin- 
ford, Notary. Will handle collections. 

COLLIER & CLARK, 811 H. W. Hellman Building. 

Practice in all Courts of the United States. Corporation 
and Probate Law. Depositions taken. Attorneys for Los 
Angeles Wholesale Jewelers' Board of Trade; Baltimoro 
Oil Company; Anaconda Petroleum Company; Calnevar 
Shirt Company; Equitable Oil & Metals Syndicate, and 
other corporations. No small collections wanted. 

FLINT, GRAY & BARKER, Equitable Savings Bank Building. 
Wheaton A. Gray, Frank P. Flint, Donald Barker, Carroll 
Allen, William A. Bowen, Henry S. Van Dyke, L. W. 
Jutten. Attorneys for First National Bank, Equitable Sav- 
ings Bank, Merchants National Bank. 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

PERCY N. BOOTH, Lincoln Bank Building. 

General Civil Practice. Special attention to Corporation, 
Commercial, Chancery and Probate Litigation. Refer- 
. ences: United States Trust Company; Fidelity Trust Com- 
pany. 

LYNN, MASS. 

MERRIAM, HOOPER & HILTON, New Item Building. See also 
Boston and South Framingham. 
Refer to American Surety Co., Boston; Henry C. Paul, Real 
Estate, Lynn; Framingham National Bank, South Fram- 
ingham Co-operative Bank. 

MADERA, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO. 

J. L. STARR HUNT, Avenida de San Francisco No. 1. 

Refer to all the principal banks in the City of Mexico. 

MILES CITY, MONT. 
GEORGE W. FARR. 

Attorney at Law. Prepared to handle any legal business 
anywhere in Eastern Montana. 



MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

BLOODGOOD, KEMPER & BLOODGOOD, 307-315 Mitchell 
Building. 
Attorneys and Counsellors. Counsel for United States 
Fidelity & Guaranty Co.; Dept. of Guaranteed Attorneys. 
Wisconsin Office. Collection Department. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 205 



MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

F. H. Stevens, H. H. Stevens, E. P. Mahoney, A. E. Park. 

STEVENS & STEVENS, 

Attorneys, Counsellors and Solicitors at Law. 

Palace Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Corporation, Commercial, Probate, Real Estate Law and Gen- 
eral Practice, Fourteen years' continuous successful practice. 

Depositions skillfully taken; Notaries Public always on hand; 
Adjusters sent anywhere on notice; a collection department to 
handle only such claims as lawyers can afford to attend to. 

Canadian References: Edmonton, Alta.: Emery Newell, Ford, 
Bolton & Mount; Calgary, Alta.: Clark, McCarthy, Carson & Mac- 
leod and Lougheed, Bennett, McLaws & Co.; Vancouver, B.C.: Mc- 
Gill & Grant; Winnipeg, Man.: Mulock, Armstrong & Lindsay; 
Campbell, Pitblado, Hoskin, Grundy & Bennest; Elliot, MacNeil & 
Deacon; Areola, Sask.: E. J. Brooksmith; Estevan, Sask.: N. J. 
Lockhart; Regina, Sask.: Allan, Gordon, Bryant & Gordon, and Bal- 
four, Martin, Casey & Blair; Saskatoon, Sask.: George W. McPhee 
and Cruise & Tufts; Toronto, Ont: Bicknell, Bain, Macdonell & 
Gordon. 

New York References: Martindale American Law Directory, 
American Law Book Company, Hubbel Legal Directory. 

Chicago References: Eastman & White, Bryant, Duval, Mc- 
Cormick & Wilber, Carson, Pirie Scott & Co., Lumbermen's Credit 
Association. 

Seattle References: McClure & McClure, Beldin & Losey, F. 
V. Brown, Gen. Attorney, Great Northern Ry. Co. 

Minneapolis References: Scandinavian-American National 
Bank, Savings Bank of Minneapolis, First National Bank, or any 
banking or wholesale house in city. New England Furniture & 
Carpet Company, Central Warehouse Lumber Company, Metro- 
politan Music Company, Any Judge of the District Court, Minnea- 
polis, Minn., Any Judge of the Supreme Court of Minnesota, St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Representatives of the following Foreign Legal Directories 
and Lists, viz.: Kimes International Law Directory, London, Eng- 
land; The Scottish Law Directory, Edinburgh, Scotland; C. Regen- 
hardt. International Guide, Berlin; Guida Forense Italiana, Torino, 
Italy. 

Cable Address, Stevanstev. 



206 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

MINOT, N. DAK. 

CHATFIELD & FAHEY. 

M. M. Chatfield, J. L. Fahey. General Law Practice. 
Prompt Collection Service in Western North Dakota and 
Eastern Montana. References: Second National Bank. 

NEW DECATUR, ALA. 

E. W. GODBEY. 

Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. 

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. 

R. FLOYI) CLARKE, 37 Wall Street. 

International and Corporation Law. Cable Address, 
"Kappa." 

WILLIAM FERGUSON, 45 Cedar St., Mutual Life Building. 
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. General practice in State 
and Federal Courts. Depositions taken. 

HOUSE, GROSSMAN & VORHAUS, 115 Broadway. 

Moses H. Grossman, William Grossman, Louis J. Vorhaus, 
Alfred Beekmann, Leo R. Brilles. Attorneys and Coun- 
sellors at Law. Practice in all courts. Correspondents in 
every city of the United States. References: National 
Nassau Bank, or any other Bank or Trust Company. 

Mclaughlin, RUSSELL, COE & SPRAGUE, 165 Broadway. 

General practice. Corporation and Estate business. Mr. 
Coe customs law expert. Mr. Freeman pure food law spe- 
cialist. Correspondents of Russel Law list. Local Refer- 
ences: Bankers Trust Co., American Surety Company. 
Montreal — McGibbon, Casgrain, Mitchell & Casgrain; 
Toronto — Aylesworth, Wright, Moss & Thompson; Win- 
nipeg — Tupper, Tupper, McTavish & Co. 

MacFARLAND, TAYLOR & COSTELLO, 63-65 Wall Street. 

Willard U. Taylor, Richard R. Cpstello. General Prac- 
tice. Admiralty, Transportation and Commercial Law. 
Separate department relating to Probate and Real Estate. 
Cable address, "Mactacos." 

EDWARD C. PARISH, 52 Wall Street. 

Attorney at Law. Real Estate, Surrogate Court Practice, 
and Care of Estates. Reference: New York Life Insurance 
and Trust Company, 52 Wall Street. 

LOUIS H. PORTER, 140 Nassau Street. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Corporations and Liti- 
gations. Special attention to Taxation, Trade Mark Suits, 
and Rate Cases before Interstate Commerce Commission. 
Cable address: "Vakill," New York Western Union code. 

OAKLAND, CAL. 

F. A. BERLIN, Central Bank Building. 

Cable Address: "Berlin" A.B.C., W. U. or Atlantic Cable. 

OGDENSBURG, N.Y. 

JAMES F. AKIN, 80 Ford Street. 

In consultation in private matters will call at Prescott, 
Canada. Reference: R. G. Dun & Co. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 207 

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 

JAS. S. GLADISH, Suite 316 Colcord Building. 

Personal attention given to Commercial Practice and 
Collections. Specialist in Quick Results. 

OMAHA, NEB. 

MONTGOMERY, HALL & YOUNG, Suite 619-629 Omaha Na- 
tional Bank Building. 
Canadian References: Canadian Surety Co.; Maryland 
Casualty Co.; Dewart, Maw & Hodgson, Toronto; Poster, 
Martin, Mann, McKinnon & Hackett, Montreal. 



OSWEGO, N.Y. 

EZRA A. BARNES, 4 East Bridge St. 

General practice in State and Federal Courts. Member 
commercial Law League of America. Equipped for effi- 
cient service to Canadian Clients. 



PASADENA, CAL. 

BENNETT & GARY. 

Edmon Gordon Bennett, George P. Cary, Samuel S. 
Hinds, Raymond G. Thompson. Cable Address: "Nodrog." 
General practice in State & Federal Courts. Particular 
attention to Corporation, Insurance & Probate practice. 
We maintain a thoroughly equipped collection depart- 
ment. References at Pasadena: First Nat'l Bank, Se- 
curity Nat'l Bank, Citizen's Savings Bank, Pasadena 
Nat'l Bank, Union Nat'l Bank, Pasadena Savings & Trust 
Co., Crown City Nat'l Bank, Union Savings Bank & 
Trust Co., Crown City Savings & Trust Co., Nat'l Bank 
of Commerce, The Model Grocery Co., Mr. D. M. Lin- 
nard, Mgr. Maryland Hotel and Huntington Hotel. 
References in any part of the world furnished upon^ 
request. 

PARRAL, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 

PATERSON, N.J. 

MORTON & TILT, 52 0-522 United Bank Building. 

Prompt and careful attention given to Collections. Com- 
mercial Litigation. References: Paterson National Bank: 
Hamilton Trust Co.; Citizens' Trust Co. 

PEARSON, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & Knollenberg, El Paso, Texas. 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

NELSON & HOLSBERRY, Suite 403 Thiesen Bldg 

Representing, and bonded by, every leading mercantile 
agency in America. Sixteen years' experience at the Bar- 
practice State and Federal Courts. 



208 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 



PITTSBURGH, PA. 

ALPERN & SEDER, 

303-306 Farmers Bank Building, 

General practice in State and Federal Courts. A thoroughly equip- 
ped collection department, under able management, with 
unequalled facilities for handling collections 
anywhere in Allegheny County. 

Issue commission to take depositions to Lewis M. Alpern. 

Eefebences : 

NEW YORK: The Eastern Millinery Association. 

ST, LOUIS : The Brown Shoe Co. 

PITTSBURGH: McCreery & Company; Kaufmann Brothers; The Union 
Savings Bank and Union National Bank. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 209 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BYRON & HAMMOND, 620-21-22-23 Stephen Girard Building. 
Robert J. Byron, A. S. Longbottom, Attorneys and Coun- 
sellors at Law. Collection Department: G. Lawrence Pape, 
Manager. Attention is called to our facilities for handling 
commercial matters of all kinds in Philadelphia and vicin- 
ity. Twenty years' experience, fully equipped offices, com- 
petent investigators, adjusters and collectors, coupled with 
thorough knowledge of local trade conditions, ensure 
prompt and effective attention to each item of business 
placed in our hands. References: Market Street National 
Bank; Continental Title & Trust Co. Others in any line 
on application. 

J. W. OSCAR GARRETT, People's Savings Bank Building, 
1508 Lombard Street. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 
General Practice. 
Immediate attention given to the business of non-resident 
clients. Reference: People's Savings Bank. 

PORTLAND, OREGON. 

ARTHUR P. THi^FT, Suite 710, Chamber of Commerce. 

Arthur P. Tifft, Hamilton Johnstone, B. Russell (N.P.). 
General Practice in State and Federal Courts Oregon, 
Washington, Idaho and Alaska. Admiralty, Bankruptcy, 
Commercial, Corporation, Probate, Real Estate and Tax 
Law. Commissioner of Deeds. Depositions taken. Busi- 
ness before U. S. Land Office. Special Collection Depart- 
ment, COLUMBIA VALLEY ADJUSTMENT CO., J. Tich- 
houser, Manager. 

References: 

NEW YORK: Chase National Bank; Fidelity and Casualty Co. 

CHICAGO: Ferguson & Goodnow. 

BOSTON: Storey, Thorndike, Palmer & Thayer. 

PHILADELPHIA: Carr, Beggs & Steinmetz. 

PITTSBURG: National Bank of the Republic. 

BUFFALO: Moot, Sprague, Brownell & Marcy. 

CLEVELAND: White, Johnson & Cannon. 

MILWAUKEE: Carroll & Carroll. 

ST. LOUIS: Grant, Carroll, Kennedy & Schnuber. 

ATLANTA: Candlers, Thomson & Hirsch. 

SAN FRANCISCO: Griffin & Skelly Co. 

PORTLAND: U. S. National Bank; Portland Trust Co. 

WINNIPEG: Aikins, Fullerton & Co. 

PROVIDENCE, R.I. 

GARDNER, PIRCE & THORNLEY, Turks Head Building, 15th 
Floor. 
Rathbone Gardner, James A. Pirce, William H. Thornley, 
William W. Moss, Charles R. Haslam, Peter G. Gerry, 
Hugh B. Baker, Henry W. Gardner, W. H. Camfield. 
Thos. G. Bradshaw, Herbert M. Sherwood. 

RENO, NEVx\DA. 

ALBERT D. AYRES, Journal Block. 
Attorney at Law. 



210 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

RICHMOND, VA. 

JAMES LiEWIS ANDERSON, Offices 1105-7 Travelers Bldg. 
Practice in all State and United States Courts. A gen- 
eral law practice. Prompt attention given to all matters, 
including collections. Refers to any corporation or 
firm in Richmond. 



ROCHESTER, N.Y. 

PLUMB & PLUMB, 612-615 Wilder Building. 

General Practice, Settlement of Estates, Litigations. 
Separate Collection Department. Refer to Rochester Trust 
& Safe Deposit Company; National Bank of Commerce. 
Erwin S. Plumb, Notary Public. 

HARRY OTIS POOLE, No. 339 Powers Building. 

Twenty years' practice in all Courts. Notary Public. 
Collections not taken. 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

ABBOTT & EDAVARDS, New Bank of Commerce Building. 

Counsel for R. G. Dun & Co. and other leading agencies. 
Commercial, Corporation, Probate and Bankruptcy mat- 
ters. 

CLAUD D. HALL, 915 Central Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Corporation, Real Estate, Probate, Insurance Law and 
General Practice. Depositions, etc. References: Mechan- 
ics' American Natl. Bank.; Day & Night Bank; Mary- 
land Casualty Co.; Morris & Company; Southwestern 
Electric Co.; The Cooper Estate; Independent Bakery C€.; 
And Judges of all Courts in St. Louis. References in all 
principal cities furnished on request. 

HENDERSON & HENDERSON, 1312 Central Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 
General Commercial and Bankruptcy practice. Special 
Collection, Reporting and Investigation Department in 
competent hands. Deposition Notary, Geo. W. Hender- 
son. References: Merchants-Laclede National Bank or 
National Bank of Commerce. 



SACRAMENTO, CAL. 

ARTHUR H. McCURDY. 

Special attention to Corporation, Probate, and Commer- 
cial Law. Depositions carefully attended to. Send com- 
mission to Arthur H. McCurdy, Notary Public. 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. 

COLUMBUS A. KELLER, Kampmann Building. 

Refer to City National Bank, National Bank of Com- 
merce, Alamo National Bank, or any Judge or business 
firm in San Antonio. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 211 



ST. PAUL, MINN. 

JESSE E. GREENMAN, 1317-1318-1319 Pioneer Press Bldg. 

General practice in all courts. 

References: First National Bank, St. Paul; Capitol National 
Bank, St. Paul; Hackett, Walther, Gates Hardware Co., A. Hirsch- 
man & Co., George Benz & Sons, etc. 



212 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

SAN DIEGO, GAL. 

HENRY E. MILLS, Suite 909 American National Bank Bldg. 
Attorney at Law. Notary. Refer British Consulate; 
American National Bank. Cable Address, "Miz." 



SANDUSKY, OHIO. 

KING & RAMSEY. 

References: The Hinde & Dauch Paper Company, Limited, 
of Canada; The American Crayon Company; R. G. Dun & 
Company; local banks. 



SAN FRANCISGO, GAL. 

LLOYD S. ACKERMAN, 414-418 Nevada Bank Building. 

State • and Federal Court Practice. General Counsel 
Northern Navigation Company. Refer to any National 
Bank in San Francisco. Nesbltt, Gauld & Langs, Barris- 
ters, Hamilton, Ont. 

BRONTE M. AIKINS, 439-444 Mills Building. Attorney-at- 
Law. 

Formerly of Osgoode Hall, loronto, Ontario, Barrister 
at Law. References: Merchants National Bank, Ameri- 
can National Bank, Canadian Bank of Commerce, San 
Francisco branch. Cable Address, "Brokins, San Fran- 
cisco." 

HENRY G. W. DINKELSPIEL, Claus Spreckels Building, San 

Francisco. 
Solicitor and Attorney. Cable Address: "Gesdin." West- 
ern Union Code used. Henry G. W. Dinkelspiel, John R. 
Jones, J. M. Thomas, H. Gottesfeld, J. D. Brown, Notary. 
General Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Deposi- 
tions carefully attended to. 
References: 

New York. — ^American Newspaper Publishers Assn.; Natl. Assn. of Clothiers; 
Martindale Merc. Agcy. ; Natl. Surety Co.; Babcock & Wilcox Co.; 
Samstag & Hilder Bros.; Hubbell Pub. Co, Chicago. — Credit Clearing 

House (all offices); Mcllvaine Adjustment Co.; Wilber Merc. Agcy. (all offices). 
Pittsburg. — Union Trust Co. Syracuse. — W. S. Peck & Co. Milwaukee. — Bonded 
Attorney. Philadelphia. — Sharp & Alleman Co. Cleveland. — American Lawyers 
Co.; Natl. Adjustment Co. Minneapolis. — Attorneys Natl. Clearing House. San 
Francisco. — Union Trust Co.; Anglo and London Paris Natl. Bank; Internatl. Bank- 
ing Corp.; W. & J. Sloane; Equitable Life Ins'ce. Soc. ; Penn. Mutual Life Ins. 
Co.; Mutual Benefit Ins. Co. of N. J.; L. Dinkelspiel Co.; Wellmann, Peck & Co.; 
Triest & Co.; Chas. C. Moore & Co., Engineers; Natl. Conduit & Cable Co.; Lozier 
Motor Co. London. — Stibbard, Gibson & Co. ; Bell, Broderick & Co. ; Rubenstein, 
Nash & Co. 

R. S. GRAY, Room 719 Crocker Building. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Refer to the Bradstreet 
Company. 

HENRY C. SCHAERTZER, Humboldt Bank Building. 

A member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United 
States. References: National Phonograph Company, East 
Orange, New Jersey, U.S.A.; State and Federal Judiciary 
and any Business House or Bank in San Francisco. 



UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 213 

SEATTLE, WASH. 

HASTINGS & STEDMAN, 60-65 Haller Block. 

Attorneys for Scottish American Mortgage Co.; Seattle 
Lumber Co.; Port Blakely Mill Co.; American Surety Co. of 
New York. Special attention given to Land Litigation and 
Mortgage Foreclosures in State and Federal Courts, and 
Admiralty Practice. Cable address, "Hasted." 

SIOUX FALLS, S. DAK. 

BAILEY & VOORHEES, Bailey-Glidden Building. 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Charles O. Bailey, 
John H. Voorhees, Peter G. Honegger, Theodore M. Bailey. 

U. S. G. CHERRY AND HERBERT ABBOTT. 

Practice in all Coyrts, State and Federal. Corporation, 
practice specialized. Fully equipped Collection Depart- 
ment under management of Mr. Jackson Ingham. 

CHKISTOFHERSON & MELQUIST, 1, 2 and 3 Abbott Bldg. 
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. General Law Prac- 
tice. Correspondence invited. 

JOSEPH MITCHELL DONOVAN, 112-116 West 9th Street. 
Author "Marriage and Divorce," $10.00; "Marriage, An- 
nulment, Domicile, Divorce," 1912 edition, $1.00. Expert 
in International, Statutory, Corporation and Domestic 
Relations law. AH State and Federal Courts of the 
United States. Cable: "Navonod, Sioux Falls." 

SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

RALPH S. FICKETT. (See Boston, Mass.) 

SOUTH PEAMTNGHAM, MASS. 

MERRIAM, HOOPER & HILTON, Concord Building. See also 
Boston and Lynn. 
Refer to American Surety Co. Boston; Henry C. Paul, Real 
Estate, Lynn; Framingham National Bank; South Fram- 
ingham Co-operative Bank. 

SPOKANE, WASH. 

BELDEN & LOSEY, 1206-1210 Old National Bank Bldg. 

A general law practice in State and Federal Courts. Twen- 
ty-two years' active practice in Spokane. Attorneys at Spo- 
kane for R. G. Dun &. Co., Exchange National Bank, Inter- 
national Harvester Company, etc. Cable address: 
"Nedleb." 

STONEHAM, MASS. 

RALPH S. FICKETT. (See Boston, Mass.) 

SYRACUSE, N.Y. 

GOODELLE, HARDING & WILES, 474 South Salina Street. 
Corporation, Insurance and Probate matters given special 
attention. Local Attorneys for United States Casualty 
Company and Fidelity and Casualty Company. 

LEE & BREWSTER. 

Attorneys at Law. Henry P. Robarts, Manager Collection 
Department, 



214 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

SYRACUSE, N.Y. 

WILSON, COBB & RYAN, Third National Bank Building. 

General practice in State and Federal Courts. Refer to 
any Bank or Commercial House in Syracuse. Counsel for 

Third National Bank. 

Warner-Quinlan Asphalt Co. 

Prudential Insurance Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 

Casualty Company of America. 

Warner Sugar Refining Company. 

TAMPA, FLORIDA. 

JOSEPH W. FRAZIER, 6-7-8 Hampton Block. 

A well equipped Collection* Department. Attorney for 
the Bank of Commerce, The Bradstreet Company, and 
leading agencies and law lists. Specialties: Commercial, 
Real Estate and Insurance Law. 

HARRY N. SANDLER. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office thoroughly equip- 
ped for handling contested litigation, as well as collections. 
References: Citizens' Bank & Trust Company and R. G. 
Dun & Co., Tampa, Florida. 

THOMASVILLE, GA. 

LEBBEUS DECKLE. 

Attorney at Law. Practices in State and Federal Courts. 
A thorough collection service. Notary in office. Member 
of Commercial Law League of America. 

TOPEKA, KANSAS. 

McCLINTOCK & QUANT, 400-410 Mulvane Bldg. 

General Practice in all Courts. Special attention to Bank- 
ruptcy Cases and Commercial Litigation. Refer to any 
Bank in Topeka, Kansas. 

TORREON, NORTHERN MEXICO. 

Refer to Loomis & KnoUenberg, El Paso, Texas. 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

BRANDENBURG & BRANDENBURG. 

Practice in all Courts and Government Departments. 
Counsel for National Bank of Washington, U. S. Fidelity 
& Guaranty Co., etc. 

EDWARD F. COLLADAY, Union Trust Bldg. 

Practices before all Courts and tribunals. References: 
Union Trust Co.; Federal National Bank; Washington, 
Hull, Sparling & Sparling, Winnipeg, Canada. 

LUCAS P. LOVING, 416 5th Street, N.W. 

Practice in all Courts. Patent and trade mark specialist 
associated. General counsel Lincoln National Bank of 
Washington, D.C. 

PENFIELD & PENFIELD, Colorado Building. 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Practice before the 
Courts and Executive Departments, and in International 
Cases. Attorneys for the Legations of Panama and San 
Domingo. 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 215 



TACOMA, WASH. 

EVERAL R. VAUGHN, 

Attorney, 

609-611 National Realty Bldg., TACOMA, WASH. 



216 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS. 

WATERLOO, IOWA. 

P. H. PAULSEN, First National Bank Building. 

References: First National Bank, Waterloo Loan & Trust 
Company. 

WAUSAU, WIS. 

C. T. EDGAR, Record-Herald Building. 

Attorney at Law. Letters answered on day received. 
Collection Department. Examination of Titles. Inter- 
national Law business in Wisconsin attended to for non- 
residents. Telephone 3123. 

WHEATON, MINN. 
F. W. MURPHY. 

Attorney, Notary Public. Practice in all Courts. Refer- 
ences: First National Bank of Wheaton and National Bank 
of Wheaton. 

WORCESTER, MASS. 

DODGE & TAFT, State Mutual Building. 

General Practice in State and Federal Courts. References: 
State Mutual Bank, Worcester National Bank and People's 
Savings Bank. 

MAURICE L. KATZ, State Mutual Building, Suite 822-823, 
340 Main Street. 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. References: Worcester 
Trust Co., Merchants Natl. Bank, Barnard, Sumner & Put- 
nam Co., all of Worcester, Mass., Williams Book Store 
Co., Boston, Schwartz & Jaffee, New York. Representing 
American Lawyers Quarterly, C-R-C Law List, Assn. of 
Bonded Attys., Martindale, Merchants Bank Directory, 
The Law List, E. A. Whitman, and 18 others. General 
Practice. Special attention to Probate, Corporation, 
Bankruptcy, Real Estate and Insurance Litigation. Thor- 
oughly organized collection department, all matters large 
or small are given prompt and persistent attention. 

WORTHINGTON, MINN. 

S. S. SMITH. 

Attorney and Counsellor. Complete Collection Depart- 
ment. 



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the best results may be obtained. 

ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND. 

FAULL & WILLIAMSONS, 230 Union Street. 

Advocates, Solicitors and Notaries Public. A. M. William- 
son, R. M. Williamson, LL.B., J. G. Paull. Cable address, 
"Investment," Aberdeen. 

PETERKIN & DUNCANS, 21 Golden Square. 

Henry Peterkin, Solicitor and Notary Public; William 
Oswald Duncan, B.A., Cantab., Advocate, 1890; Macbeth 
Moir Duncan, B.A., Cantab., Advocate, 1891. Cable ad- 
dress: "Peterkin, Aberdeen." 

AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND. 

LEADER, PLUNKETT & LEADER, Prinsengracht 7 94. 

English Solicitors. Mark Leader, Wm. A. Plunkett & Syd- 
ney Leader; correspond in English, French, German and 
Italian. Cable address: "Labarre, Amsterdam." Also at 
Berlin, Hamburg, Genoa, Antwerp & London. 

ANTWERP, BELGIUM. 

NEIL EDWARD CAMPBELL, B.A. (Oxon.), 103 Place de Meir, 
and at Brussels and Ostend. 
English Solicitor (1885). Corresponds in English, French, 
and Dutch. Adviser to the British Consulate-General for 
Belgium. Cables: "Campbell, Solicitor, Antwerp." Ex- 
aminations on Commission and Depositions. 

BALLYBRAY, IRELAND. 

JOHN GILLESPIE. 

(See Monaghan.) i 

BALLYMENA, COUNTY ANTRIM, IRELAND. 
J. & A. CARUTH, Wellington Street. 

Solicitors for Rural District Council, and Ballymena 
Guardians. James Caruth, His Majesty's Coroner for 
Mid-Antrim, and Commissioner for Oaths. 

BERLIN, GERMANY. 

HENRY HAPPOLD, 30 Unter den Linden. 

English Solicitor. Associated in practice with Drs. 
Erlinghagen and Gompertz, German Barristers. 

JAMES HARRIS VICKERY, Canadian Law Office, Equitable 
Palace, corner FrIedrich and Leipzger Streets. 

BLACKPOOL, LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND. 

FINCH JOHNSON & CO., Old Bank Chambers, Talbot Sq. 

Commissioners for Oaths. And at Preston and Leyland. 

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218 BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 

BORDEAUX, FRANCE. 

EDWARD BARCLAY, (LL.B.) 

Agents throughout Prance and Belgium. Address all 
communications through 4 Rue Meyerbeer (Opera), Paris, 
France. Telegraphic address, "Claybar, Paris." 

BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND. 

J. F. FITZGERALD & WALSH, the Colonial Mutual Offices, 
Queen Street. 
James Francis FitzGerald, John Ambrose Walsh & James 
Francis Fitzgerald, Jr. Cable address: "Law, Brisbane." 
Solicitors in Queensland to: — The Pastoralists' Federal 
Council of Australia; The United Pastoralists' Associa- 
tion of Queensland; Queensland Employers' Federation; 
Goldsbrough Mort. & Co., Ltd., etc. 

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM. 

EDWARD BARCLAY (LL.B.), 31 rue Charles Martel, Brussels, 
and at 4 rue Meyerbeer (Opera), Paris. Agents througji- 
out Belgium and France. Corresponds In English, French, 
and German. Telegraphic address; "Claybar, Paris," 
French Advocate, Licentiate In the Law Faculty of Paris, 
Legal Adviser and late Honorary Secretary British Cham- 
ber of Commerce, Paris. International Law Specialist, 
Commissions for examination of witnesses and general 
legal practice. 

CALCUTTA, INDIA. 

WATKINS & CO., 2 Old Post Office Street. 

Solicitors, Notaries Public. 

Cable Address, "Legist-Calcutta," A.B.C. Code. 

Patent & Trade Mark Department. 

William Harold Edwards, Josceline Vernon Watkins, 

CASTLEBLAYNEY, IRELAND, 

JOHN GILLESPIE. 

(See Monaghan.) 

CAVAN, IRELAND. 

H. P. KENNEDY & CO., 99 Main Street. 

F. E. Kennedy. Solicitors for Urban District, and Rural 
District Councils. Local Solicitor for Great Northern and 
Midland Great Western Railways, etc., etc. 

CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND. 

DOUGALL & UPHAM, 148 Worcester Street. 

John Joseph Dougall and John HazUtt Upham. Tel. 
address: "Lex, Christchurch." Commissioners for all Aus- 
tralian States and South African Colonies. 

CHRISTIANIA, NORWAY. 

C. M. HANSEN, HEBER & HEBER, Prinsensgate 26b. 

Hoiesteretsadvokater (Advocates and Solicitors). Corre- 
spond in English and German. Cable address: "Cem, 
Christiania." 



BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 219 

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK. 
UliF HANSEN, 14 Nybrogade. 

Advocate in the Supreme Court and Solicitor, Legal 
Adviser to British Legation and U.S.A. Consulate of Copen- 
hagen. Corresponds In English, French and German, 
Cable address, "Advocates, Copenhagen." 

DARLINGTON, ENGLAND. 

STJKAVJyJVSON SONS & PLANT. 

(H. G. Steavenson, Town Clerk.) Solicitors, Conveyanc- 
ers, Commissioners, Practitioners in all Courts. Cable 
Address, "Steavensons Darlington." 

DUBLIN, IRELAND. 

G. MUNRO ME ARES, 16 Molesworth Street. 

Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ireland. Commissioner. 
Cable: "Fiat, Dublin." Codes: A.B.C. and Kime. 

DURB/VN, NATAL. 

C. P. ROIUNSON & GOULDING, Bank of Africa Chambers, 
West Street. 
Advocates and Attorneys. Charles Phineas Robinson, 
M.P., and Richard Leonard Goulding. P.O. Box 152. 
Cable and Tel. address, "Jus, Durban." 

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. 

CONNELL & CAMPBELL, 18 Duke Street. 

Isaac Connell, S.S.C, Archibald Campbell, S.S.C. Cable 
address: "Tenacity, Edinburgh." 

KINMONT & MAXWELL, 86 George Street. 

Cable address, "Kinmont," Edinburgh. References: — • 
Toronto: Clark, McPherson, Campbell & Jarvis; Montreal: 
Lyman & Dunlop; Edinburgh: General Manager National 
Bank of Scotland. 

SIMPSON & MAR WICK, W. S., 18 Herlot Row. 

James Simpson, LL.B., S.S.C, D. W. Marwick, LL.B., W.S. 
Agents for The General Accident Fire and Life Assurance 
Corporation, Ltd.; The Free Church of Scotland; The Cor- 
poration of Glasgow, etc. 

CHARLES WALDIE, S.S.C. (1889), 1 Dean Terrace. 

Solicitor Supreme and Inferior Courts and Notary Public. 
Manager and Law Agent to the Stockbridge Mutual In- 
vestment & Building Society; Clerk & Treasurer to Cram- 
ond School Board. Telegraphic Address: "Waldie 24 86." 
Reference: the Bank of Scotland, Stockbridge, Edinburgh. 

EXETER, ENGLAND. 

BREMRIBGE & LUKE, Bamfylde Street. 
Solicitors, Notary Public. 

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND. 

WILLIAM MORIAUD, Rue de la Croix D'Or, 2. 

Licencie en droit, Avocat. Corresponds in English, Spanish, 
and German. 



220 BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND. 

ABERCOM, DIGBY BROWN & CO., 116 Hope Street. 

Solicitors and Notaries Public. Telegraphic Address: 
"Digby, Glasgow." 

WILLIAM ARMOUR, 153 Queen Street. 

Solicitor, Conveyancer, Court Practitioner. Reference: 
The National Bank, St. Enoch's Square, Glasgow. 

BALLANTINE & RICHARDSON, 39 Bath Street. 

Solicitors, Notaries and Commissioners for Oaths and AflEl- 
davits. John Fyfe Ballantine, 1894, Member Faculty of 
Procurators, and James Richardson, 1899, N. 

COAVAN & GROVE, 199 St. Vincent Street. 

Solicitors and Notaries Public. Cablegrams: "Defence, 
Glasgow." Reference?: British Linen Bank, Glasgow; 
Lafleur, MacDougall, MacFarlane & Pope, Barristers, 
Montreal; Ross & Holmested, Barristers, Toronto, Ont. ; 
Crease & Crease, Barristers, Victoria, B.C. 

A. P. HAMILTON & CALLANDER, Masonic Chambers, 100 
West Regent Street. 
Partners: Andrew P. Hamilon, 1897; William A. Callander, 
1897. Solicitors, Notaries, and Conveyancers. 

HAVANA, CUBA. 

See list American Attorneys. 

HOBART, TASMANIA. 

BUTLER, McINTYRE & BUTLER. 

Edward Henry Butler, Notary Public; Charles William 
Butler; John Allan L. Mclntyre; William Frederick Dennis 
Butler. Solicitors, etc. Cable address: "Butmac." Com- 
missioners of the High Court of the Commonwealh of Aus- 
tralia and Commissioners in Tasmania of the Supreme 
Courts of all the Australian States, New Zealand, Cape Col- 
ony, Fiji, Canada, New York, and India. Solicitors for The 
Commercial Bank of Tasmania, Ltd.; Norwich Union Fire 
Ins. Co.; Mt. Lyell Mining and Ry. Co., Ltd.; Zeehan (Mon- 
tana) Mine, Ltd., London; Mt. Zeehan (Tasmania) Silver 
Lead Mines, Ltd., London; Pioneer Tin Mine; 
Zeehan Queen Silver Mining Co.; Tasmanian Permanent 
Executors and Trustees* Assn.; Emu Bay Railway Co., Ltd. 
Special attention given to Mining, Land, and Railway Mat- 
ters. 

HONG KONG, CHINA. 

DEACON, LOOKER, DEACON & HARSTON, 1 Des Voeux 
Road Central. 
Solicitors, Notaries, Proctors, Patent and Trade Marki 
Agents. Herbert Wm. Looker, Commissioner to Adminis- 
ter Oaths for Supreme Court of New South Wales; and 
John Scott Harston, Commissioner to administer Oaths, 
etc., for the High Court of Australia, Queensland, South 
and Western Australia. D. V. Steavenson, E. P. H. 
Lang, W. E. L. Shenton, Miles R. Walker and H. K. Hung, 
Solicitors, Managing Clerks. London Agents: Church, 
Adams and Prior, 11 Bedford Row, W.C. Cable Address, 
"Ottery," A.B.C. code, 5th ed., and Western Union code. 



BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 221 

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, WEST INDIES. 

CARGILL & CAIIGILL. 

Sidney Raynes Cargill and John Henry Cargill. Solicitors 
and Notaries Public. Cable address, "Cargill, Jamaica." 

LEICESTER, ENGLAND. 

HARDING & BARNETT, 14 New Street. 

Solicitors, Advocates In all Courts. Cable: "Legal, Lei- 
cester." 

LISBON, PORTUGAL. 

DR. ANTONIO A. CONDB, Rua Augusta 47 18. 

Barrister and Solicitor, corresponds in English and French. 
Cable address, "Amargo." 

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 

LIGHTBOUND, OWEN & MacIVER, 18 Water Street. 

Charles Aloysius Maria Lightbound, 1878, N., CO.; Owen 
William Owen, M.A., 1894, N., CO., and David Maclver, 
B.A., 1901, N. Cable address: "Recompense, Liverpool." 

LONDON, ENGLAND. 

JOHN BARTLETT & SON, 26 Bush Lane, Cannon Street, E.G. 
and at 4 rue Meyerbeer (Opera), Paris, France. 
Partners: John Bartlett, Commissioner for Oaths and for 
the Orange River Colony and New Zealand; John Reginald 
Quekett Bartlett, Commissioner for Oaths and for the Pro- 
vinces of Quebec, Ontario, and Manitoba, and for Madras, 
Bombay and Bengal. Cable address: "Bartolozzi, Lon- 
don." Canadian Agents: Goldstein & Beullac, Montreal, 
Que. 

BLAKE & REDDEN, 17 Victoria Street, S. W. 

Privy Council Agents. S. V. Blake, Barrister and Solici- 
tor of Ontario. F. A. C. Redden, Solicitor, Ontario and 
England. Cable address, "Emigre, London." Codes A.B.C. 
and Leibers. Canadian Agents: Blake, Lash, Anglin & 
Cassels, Toronto. 

COLLYER-BRISTOAV, CURTIS, BOOTH, BIRKS & LANGLEY, 

4 Bedford Row, London, W.C. 
Solicitors, Privy Council Agents and Commissioners for 
Oaths. Cable Address, "Vestigio," Holb., London, 

FRESHFIELDS, 

New Bank Buildings. 

31 Old Jewry, London, E.C. 

HUNTER & HAYNES, 9 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Cable address: "Chasseur." Code: "Unicode." 

INCE, COLT, INGE & ROSCOE, St. Benet Chambers, Fen- 
church Street, E.C. 
Solicitors and Parliamentary Agents (E. G. Roscoe, 
Examiner in Admiralty). Telegrams: "Incisive, Grace, 
London." 



222 BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 

LONDON, E.G. 

LAWRENCE JONES & CO., 4 St. Mary Axe. 
Cables: "Laurentian London." 
Codes: Bedford-McNeill and Western Union. 

MUNTON, MORRIS, KING, GAVAN DUFFY & CO., Temple 
Chambers, E.C. 

International Law Agents and Solicitors. Tel. Address, 
"Vigilantibus, London." 

PAINES, BIiYTH & HUXTABLE, 14 St. Helen's Place, E.C. 
W. W. Paine, J. E. Huxtable, Harry Knox, H. M. Cohen. 
Telephone Nos. 978 and 979 Avenue. Telegraphic Ad- 
dress, "Thomedhar, Led. London." 

S. H. PEDDAR, Palmerston House, Old Broad Street, London, 
E.C, and at 25 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. 
Commissioner for taking Affidavits, Declarations, etc., for 
all Canadian Courts. Special attention given to taking 
evidence under commissions issued by Canadian and U.S. 
Courts. Cable address, "Peddar, London." 

RUBINSTEIN, NASH & CO., Gray's Inn, W.C. 

Solicitors of the Supreme Court. Commissioners for Eng- 
land and Dominions. Authors of "Guide to Legal Pro- 
ceedings in England. (See synopsis of Laws in this 
Directory.) Cables: "Rubinstein, London." Codes: 
A.B.C., McNeill, Lieber, Marconi, Western Union, Rubin- 
stein's "Cypher." References: U.S.A.: Bank of New 
! York; United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. 

England: Union of London and Smith's Bank; London 
County and Westminster Bank. Australia: Union Bank 
of Australia. Canada: Dominion Bank. India: Chart- 
ered Bank of India. South Africa: Standard Bank of S.A. 

TATHAM & PROCTER, 36 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 
Telegraphic address, "Tatham Procter, London." 

TIMBRELL & DEIGHTON, 90 Cannon Street. 

Solicitors and Privy Council Agents. Cable address, 
"Timbrell Deighton, London." Code Used, "A.B.C." 

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND. 

COOPER & SONS, 94 King Street. 

Solicitors. Charles James Cooper, Notary Public. Com- 
missioner for Quebec, New Brunswick, India, Australia, 
South Africa, Gold Coast and English Courts. 

EARLE, SONS & CO., 54 Brown Street. 

N. A. Earle, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature 
in England, perpetual Commissioner to administer Oathi. 
Cable address, "Equitas, Manchester." 

MILNE, BURY & LEWIS, 7 Mount Street, Albert Square. 

J. F. Milne, C. S. Lewis, M.A., LL.B. Cable Address, 
"Himil Manchester." 



BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 223 

MELBOUENE, AUSTRALIA. 

HAMILTON, WYNNE & RIDDELL, 421 Collins Street. 

oolicitors. Stanley Button Green and Edwin Percy 
Wynne. American Agents: Rounds and Schurman, 96 
Broadway, New York. Cable address: "Relimasa" — all 
codes used. 

JOSEPH WOOLF, 34 Queen Street. 

Solicitor, Perpetual Commissioner. Cable address: "Salon- 
citos," Melbourne. Commissioner of the High Court of 
Australia and South Australia, Western Australia, Tas- 
mania, New Zealand, Fiji, British Columbia, Manitoba, 
Quebec, Nova ocotia, Ontario, Madras, Bengal, India, the 
North-Western Provinces, India, Natal, and Gold Coast 
Africa, and the Isle of Man. Solicitor for the City of St. 
Kilda and for France, Russia, and Italy. Solicitor for the 
Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd., in Victoria; Bul- 
letin Newspaper Co., Ltd., in Victoria; Assets Realizaton 
Co., Ltd., in Victoria; Compagnie des Messageries Marl- 
times, Melbourne; Trades Hall Council; State of New 
South Wales in Victoria; R. G. Dun & Co. London Agents: 
Messrs. Blythe, Button, Hartley & Blyth, Old Broad Streeet, 
London. Agents in Great Britain and America, Refer- 
ences, London: National Bank of Australia, Ltd.; English, 
Scottish and Australian Bank, Ltd., London; Bank of Aus- 
tralia, Ltd.; Agent-General for Victoria, the Strand; R. Q. 
Bun & Co. (all branches). 

MEXICO CITY. 

See list American Attorneys. 



MONAGHAN, IRELAND. 

JOHN GILLESPIE. 

Solicitor and Estate Agent. Castleblayney, Monaghan, 
and Ballybray. Commissioner for Oaths (Ireland), 

Commissioner for the State of New York, Commissioner 
for the State of California, Commissioner for the Coni- 
monwealth of Pennsylvania, Commissioner for the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts. 

R. H. PARKE, LL.B., T.C.D. 

Admitted 1883. Solicitor and Land Agent. Practitioner 
In all courts. Telegrams: "Parke, Monaghan." 

NAPLES, ITALY. 

DR. CAV. GUGLIELMO KEANE AVOLIO, 35 Corso TJmberto I. 
Italian Solicitor. Corresponds in English and French. 
London Agents: Rollit & Sons & Burroughs. Cable 
address: "Avolio Rettifilo, Naples." 

PARIS, FRANCE. 

S. G. ARCHIBALD, B.A., B.C.L., 82 Boulevard Haussmann. 
Member of the Bar of the Province of Quebec. 



224 BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 

PARIS, FRANCE. 

EDWARD BARCLAY (LL.B.), 4 rue Meyerbeer (Opera). Paris, 

and at 31 rue Charles Martel, Brussels. 
French Advocate, Licentiate in the Law Faculty of Paris, 
Legal Adviser and late Honorary Secretary British Cham- 
ber of Commerce, Paris. International Law Specialist, 
Commissions for examination of witnesses and general legal 
practice. Agents throughout France and Belgium. Corre- 
sponds in English, French, and German. Telegraphic 
address: "Claybar, Paris." 

COUDERT BROTHERS, 39 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris, 
France; 2 Rector Street, New York City. 
Telegraphic address in Paris and New York, "Treduoc." 

MUNTON, MORRIS, KING, GAVAN DUFFY & CO., 17, Rue 
d'Arcole. 
International Law Agents & Solicitors. London OfBce: 
Temple Chambers, E.C. Tel. Address, "Vigilantibus^ 
London." 

PIERRE PELLERIN, 56 rue la Boetle. 

Licencie en droit Univ., Paris, Member of the English Bar. 
International Law, Commercial Litigation. Author of 
"The French Law of Wills Probate, Administration and 
Death Duties" and of "English and Foreign Companies In 
France." Cable address: "Pierpell, Paris." 

PERTH, SCOTLAND. 

MACNAB & GORDON, National Bank House, 11 High Street. 
Duncan Macnab, Charles Henry Gordon, Solicitors, Refer- 
ence: National Bank of Scotland, Ltd. 

PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA 
NICHOLSON & HENSMAN. 

Barristers, Solicitors and Commissioners for Affidavits. 
Cable address, "Lex" Perth. Codes used, "Bedford Mc- 
Neill," A.B.C. (4 and 5 ed.). 

PIETERIMARITZBURG, NATAL. 

ALLISON & HIME, 24 Timber Street. 

Thackeray James Allison and Arthur Horace Hime. P.O. 
Box 24. Cable address, "Allison, Pietermaritzburg." 
Solicitors to: Mountain Home Wattle Co., Ltd., Summer- 
hill Wattle Co., Ltd., Inanda Wattle Co., Ltd., Dumisa 
Wattle Co., Ltd., Tugela Estates, Ltd. 

PORT-OF-SPAIN, TRINIDAD, B.W.I. 

JONATHAN RYAN, Chancery House, 91 Queen Street. 

Solicitor, Conveyancer and Notary Public. Cable address, 
"Solicitor" Trinidad. General Practice, including 

Company and Commercial Law. Collection of Accounts. 
Trusts, Patents and Probate Work. Prompt Remittances 
and Confidential Reports as to Local Investments. Spe- 
cial attention to Interest and Business of Foreign Clients. 
Correspondence invited on Mutual Basis. 
J. D. SELLIER & CO., 13 St. Vincent Street. 

Solicitors, Conveyancers and Notaries Public. J. D. Sel- 
lier, G. C. Pantin. Correspond in French and Spanish. 
Cable Address: "Tagus, Port-of-Spain." 



BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOLICITORS. 225 

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL. 

J. PIRES BRAND AO, Rua da Alfandega, 12. 

Cable Address, "Pirbrandao." Solicitor for London and 
River Plate Bank Ltd., London and Brazilian Bank Ltd., 
British Bank of South America, Ltd., Banco Espanol del 
Rio de la Plata, Western Telegraph Co. Ltd., N. Y. Life 
Ins. Co., Standard Oil Co. of Brazil, etc. 

ROME, ITALY. 

HARRIS «3fc THOMPSON, 135 Via Giovanni Lanza. 

Correspond in English, French and Italian. And at 
London, 55 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Paris, Calais, 
Naples, New York and Pau (B.P.). All communicationa 
in first instance through London office. 

ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA. 

ROBERT laNG, Theatre Square. 

Sworn Advocate. Corresponds in Russian, English, Ger- 
man and French. 

SHANGHAI, CHINA. 

TEESDALE & GODFREY, Ewo Building, 3 A Peking Road. 
(John Hermann Teesdale, Solicitor, and Edward Walter 
Godfrey, Barrister at Law.) Advocates, Solicitors and, 
Patent and Trade Mark Agents. Cable Address, "Jeandah 
Shanghai." A.B.C. Code 5th edition. London Agents, 
Godfrey & Godfrey, 4 & 5 West Smithfield, E.G. 

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN. 

SETTER WALL & LOFGREN, 47 Regeringsgatan. 

Members of the Swedish Bar, Counsels and Solicitors. 
Legal Advisers to the British Legation and Consulate at 
Stockholm. Correspondents in all principal Swedish towns. 
Correspond in English, German, and French. Cable address: 
"Nilsetterwall, Stockholm." 

SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES. 

NORTON, SMITH & CO., 2 O'Connell Street. 

Robert Smith, M.A., Frank Osborne, Edward A. Gaden, D. 
\/. Roxburgh, and Percy C. Maddrell. Cable address, 
"Nortons, Sydney." Solicitors to: Bank of Australasia; 
Commercial Bank of Australia, Ltd.; Orient Steam Navi- 
gation Co., Ltd.; North of England Protecting and In- 
demnity Association; United Kingdom Mutual Steamship 
Assurance Association, Ltd.; Newcastle Steamship Freight 
Insurance Association, etc. 

VIENNA, AUSTRIA. 

DR. OSKAR FEIGL, I., Biberstrasse, 22, 

Hof- und Gerichtsadvokat. Corresponds in English, French 
and German. 

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. 

FIELD, LUCKIE & TOOGOOD, 160 Featherston Street. 

William Hughes Field, M.P., Martin M. F. Luckie and 
George Toogood, LL.B. Cable address, "Legal," Welling- 
ton. Codes: A.B.C, 5th Edn. and Western Union. Lon- 
don Agents: Woolley and Whitfield, 1 Great Winchester 
Street, Old Broad Street, E.G. Liverpool Agents: Laces 
& Co., 1 Union Court. Sydney Agents: McLachlan & 
Murray, E. S. & A, Bank Buildings, King Street. 

WEXFORD, IRELAND. 

M. J. O'CONNOR & CO., 2 George Street. 
Solicitors to the Wexford Corporation. 



226 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 



CANADIAN PATENT SOLICITORS 



ALBERTA. 
EDMONTON, 

Smith & Cameron. (See To- 
ronto.) 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
VANCOUVER, 

Brittain, R. 

Fetherstonhangh & Co. (See 
Toronto.) 
VICTORIA, 

Gray, A. 

MANITOBA. 
WINNIPEG, 

Fetherstonhaugh & Co. (See 
Toronto.) 

Fetherstonhaugh & Son, Lim- 
ited. (See Montreal.) 

van-Hallen & O'Neail, 103 
Farmer Bldg. (See card 
following.) 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 
ST. JOHN, 

Armstrong^ J. S. 
Knowles, E. T. C. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 
ST. JOHN'S, 

Carter, H. H., K.C., 334 

Duckworth St. (See card 
following.) 

NOVA SCOTIA. 
HALIFAX, 

Bell, P. N. 
TRURO, 

Mosher, G. J. 
YARMOUTH, 

Johnson, G. W. 

ONTARIO. 
ARTHUR, 

Russell, R. C. 

GUELPH. 

Barlow, D. H. 

HAMILTON, 

Bratton Alfred T. (See card 

following. ) 
Fetherstonhaugh & Co. (See 

Toronto.) 
Hendry, J. H. 

KINGSTON, 

King, F. 



LONDON, 

Beech, H. 
Edmunds, P. J. 

OTTAWA, 

Belanger, Victor. 

Blackmore (Lloyd) & Co. 
(See card following.) 

Cuif-Quin, W. T. (See card 
following.) 

Fetherstonhaugh & Smart. 
Fred. B. Fetherstonhaugh, 
K.C., M.E. Russel S. 
Smart, B.A. (See card fol- 
lowing.) 

Fetherstonhaugh & Son, Lim^ 
ited. (See Montreal.) 

PETERBOROUGH, 

O'Connell, D. 

SAULT STE. MARIE, 

Hayward, G. H. 

TORONTO, 

Case, Egerton R., Temple 
Building. 

Dennison, Herbert J. S., Star 
Building, 18 King St. West. 
(See card following.) 

Dixon, H. 

Fetherstonhaugh & Co., Roy- 
al Bank Bldg. Fred B. 
Fetherstonhaugh,K.C.,M.E. 
(See card following.) 

Fetherstonhaugh & Son, Lim- 
ited, Manning Arcade, 24 
King St. West. (See 
Montreal.) 

Hall, Wm. M., Confederation 
Life Bldg. 

Lightfoot, Stanley, Lumsden 
Bldg. 

Lobb, A. P., Manning Chbrs. 

Riches, C. H., Canada Life 
Bldg. 

Rirtout & Maybee, 59 Yonge 
St. (corner of Colborne 
St.) J. E. Maybee. (See 
card following.) 

Smith & Cameron, Canada 
Life Bldg. W. Assheton 
Smith, John E. Cameron. 
(See card following.) 

WINDSOR, 

Scully, E. I. 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 



227 



PATENT SOLICITORS. — Continued. 



QUEBEC. 



MONTREAL, 

Babcock, Wm. S., New York 
Life Bldg. 

Beaudry, J. A. U. 

Belanger, E. 

Sudden, Hanbury A., Quebec 
Bank Building. (See card 
following. ) 

Evans, O. N. 

Fetherstonhaugh & Co., Can- 
ada Life Bldg. (See To- 
ronto. ) 



Fetherstonhaugh & Son, Lim- 
ited, 156 St. James St. 
E. J. Fetherstonhaugh. 
(See card following.) 

Leduc, C. 

McFeat, W. P., 179 St. James 
Street. 

Marion & Marion, 364 
University St. 

Thompson, Clarence, 326 
West Craige St. 

Vanier, J. E. 
QUEBEC CITY, 

Fetherstonhaugh & Son. (See 
Montreal. ) 



228 PATENT SOLICITORS. 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 



VAN-HALLEN & O'NEAIL, 

Solicitors of Patents. 

103 Fanner Bldg., WINNIPEG, MAN. 

Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc. 

ST. JOH NS, NFLD. 

HUGH H. CARTER, K.C., 

Solicitor of Patents. 
334 Duckworth Street, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Solicitor and Counsel in Patent and Trade Mark causes. 

HAMILTON, ONT. 

ALFRED T. BRATTON, 

SoUcitor of Patents. 

17i King Street East, HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA. 

Registered in Great Britain by examination and in the U.S.A. as a 

Patent Attorney. 

Lawyers Take Notice. 

International Patent Agency, Established 1868. 

Inventions Protected in all Countries. Caveats Filed. Trade Marka, 

Designs, Labels and Copyrights Registered. 
Telephone 3044. Telegrams: "Bratton," Hamilton. 



OTTAWA. ONT. 



W. T. CUFFE-QUIN, 

Patent Solicitor and Expert. 

46 Elgin Street, OTTAWA, CANADA. 

Registered Patent Attorney. U.S. Fellow Surveyors' Inst., London, Eng. 
Canadian, United States, Foreign Patents and Trade Marks. 
Special facilities for Associate business with the Legal Profession and 
personal representation before the Government Patent Office in all Patent 
and Trade Mark matters. 

Cable Address: ''Cquin, Ottawa.'' Long Distance phone 1956. 

(FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO., 
The Old Established Firm. 
Solicitors of Patents and Experts. 
FETHERSTONHAUGH & SMART, 
Barristers, Solicitors and Counsel in Patent Causes. 
Castle Building, OTTAWA, CANADA. 

Fred B. Fetherstonhaugh, K.C, M.E., Barrister, Solicitor, etc. 

Chief Counsel and Expert. 

EusSEL S. Smart, B.A., Barrister, etc., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer. 

Offices: Head Office, TORONTO: OTTAWA, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, 

VANCOUVER and WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. 

Ottawa Offices, 5 Elgin St. and Castle Bldg., 53 Queen St. 

Cable Address: *' Invention. " Ottawa. 

Phones: Patent Dept. 6838. Legal Dept. 1870. 



PATENT SOLICITORS. 229 



OTTAWA, CANADA. 



LLOYD BLACKMORE & COIMPANY, 

Bangs Chambers. 

OTTAWA, CANADA. 

Lloyd Blackmore. S. Lightfoot. Victor Belangeb. 

Patent Solicitors and Attorneys. 

Trade Marks, Designs, Caveats, Searches, Assignments, 

Copyrights, etc. 

Consul and Departmental Work undertaken. 

Validity and Infringement of Patents Investigated. 

Note. — Our Ottawa ofSoe is advantageously situated opposite the Gov- 
ernment Patent Offices, and we particularly solicit associate work from the 
legal profession, including draughting and technical requirements, and ask 
you to write for our special arrangement and associate prices, leaving all 
business with the client in your hands, or attending to all work on com- 
mission basis, as desired by you. 

Note. — Nous avons aussi un departement francais sous la direction de 
M. Victor Belanger. Toute correspondance pent etre transignee et tout 
document, contrats, etc., executes en cette langue. 

Lloyd Blackmore & Co., cor. Adelaide and Yonge Sts., TORONTO. 

U.S.A. Office: McGUl Bldg., WASHINGTON, D.C. 



230 PATENT SOLICITORS. 

TORONTO. ONT. 



PATENTS 

all countries. 
HERBERT J. S. DENNISON, 

Registered Attorney. 

OTTAWA and WASHINGTON. 

Eighteen years' experience in Patents and Practical Engineering 

STAR BUILDING, 18 KING STREET, WEST 

TORONTO. CANADA. 

Write for full information. 



FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO., 

Patent Barristers, Solicitors and Experts, Engineers and 

Draughtsmen. 

Fred. B. Fbtherstonhaugh, K.C.,M.E., Chief Counsel and Expert. 

Head Office, Royal Bank Building, 18 King St. E 

TORONTO, CANADA. 

Offices: — Hamilton, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg, and Vancouver, 

New York and Washington, United States. 

Counsel work undertaken in patent causes, and patent suits 

prosecuted before the Courts. 

Validity and infringements of patents investigated, assignments etc., 

drawn, searches made. 

Foreign Members Institute of Patent Agents, London, England. 

Members of Patent Law Association, Washington, D.C, U.S. 

RIDOUT & MAYBEE, 

Solicitors of Patents and Experts in Patent Law. 

Head Office, 69 Yonge St. (corner of Colborne St.) TORONTO. 

Foreign Members of the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents, 

London, England. 

Agencies in Ottawa, Washington and the leading countries of the 

World. 

SMITH & CAMERON, 

Solicitors of Patents. 

Experts and Counsellors in Patent Causes. 

Room 61, Canada Life Building, TORONTO, ONT. 

Telephone, Main 2088. 

W. AssHETON Smith. John E. Cameron. 

Solicitor and Commissioner, etc. Mechanical Engineer. 

MONTREAL, QUE. 

HANBURY A. BUDDEN, 

(PATENT PRACTICE EXCLUSIVELY). 

Quebec Bank Building, MONTREAL, CANADA. 

Foreign Member Chartered Institute of Patent Agents (London, Eng.) 

Registered Attornev. No. 1088 (Washington, D.C.) 

Cable Address: "Brevet, Montreal." 

L. D. Telephone, Main 1694. 

FETHERSTONHAUGH & SON, LIMITED, 

Patents and Trade Marks, Solicitors and Experts. 

156 St. James Street, MONTREAL, CANADA. 

Manning Arcade, 24 King St. West, TORONTO. 

Also at OTTAWA, WINNIPEG, QUEBEC, WASHINGTON. 



PATENT LAWS. 231 

SYNOPSIS OF THE CANADIAN PATENT LAW 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by John B. 
Cameron, of Smith and Cameron, Patent Solicitors, Toronto. 

Bevised to January, 1st, 1914. 

An Act respecting Patents of Invention, amended up to chap. S5, 60-61 

Victoria, 1897. 
This Act may he cited as *' The Patent Act,** S5 Victoria, chap. 26, 

sec. 53. 

I 

Who may Obtain Patents — Any person who has an Invention 
that was not known or used by any other person before his Inven- 
tion thereof, and which has not been in public use or on sale, with 
the consent or allowance of the inventor, for more than one year 
before making an application for a patent therefor in Canada. 

Wliat is not Patentable — Any invention with illicit objects, or 
mere scientific principle or abstract theorems. 

Refusal to Grant Patents — The Commissioner may object to 
grant a patent in any of the following cases: — 

(a) When he is of opinion that the alleged invention is not 
patentable in law; 

(b) When it appears to him that the invention is already In 
the possession of the public, with the consent or allowance of the 
inventor; 

(c) When it appears to him that there is no novelty in the 
Invention; 

{d) When it appears to him that the invention has been des- 
cribed in a book or other printed publication before the date of the 
application, or is otherwise in the possession of the public; 

(e) When it appears to him that the invention has already been 
patented in Canada, unless the Commissioner has doubts as to 
whether the patentee or the applicant is the first inventor; 

(/) When it appears to him that the invention has already been 
patented in a foreign country, and the year has expired within 
which the foreign patentee may apply for a patent in Canada, unless 
the Commissioner has doubts as to whether the foreign patentee 
or the applicant is the first inventor. R.S., c. 61, s. 16. 

An inventor may apply for a patent in a foreign country prior 
to making application in Canada, but must make application in 
Canada within 12 months from the issue of the first foreign patent, 
to obtain a valid patent. 

The Act uses the words "any person." The inventor may be 
a British subject or alien. Minors and married women may b« 
inventors. 

Joint Inventors must make joint application. 

Assignees, by assignment of record before the issue of a patent, 
may become patentees. 

If the inventor dies before application, the heirs may apply 
instead. When the inventor dies between the application and the 
issue, the patent is granted to the personal representative or 



Life of a Patent — The full term is eighteen years. The patent 
may be granted for a partial term of six years, and be renewed for 
like term on payment of the renewal fee during current term. 

Conditions — (a) The patent may become void if, after two 
years or any extension granted thereto, the owner fails to manu- 
facture the invention in Canada. 

(&) The patent may become void if the owner imports the 
Invention after one year, or any extension granted thereto. 



232 PATENT LAWS. 

The Commissioner may grant an extension to the terms fixed 
for working and importation. 

Amendments after issue: (a) Disclaimer; (6) Re-Issue; (c) 
Judgment pro tanto. 

Disclaimer — Patentee may strike out of his claim any part not 
patentable in law, by a disclaimer filed at the Patent Office In 
duplicate. 

Be-issue — When there is "insufficient description or specification, 
or too broad claims." an amended specification may be filed, and 
upon surrender of the original patent, a new patent for the same 
invention may be issued. 

Judgment Pro Tanto — When a patent is attacked before the 
Courts, the Court may, in rendering judgment, amend the patent, 
and copies of the judgment must be filed in the Patent Office, and 
attached to the patent by the patentee. 

Infringement — Every person who, without the consent in writ- 
ing of the patentee, makes, constructs, or puts in practice, or pro- 
cures fron^ any person not authorized by the patentee to make or 
use, and who uses the invention patented, shall be liable in 
damages. 

Action for Infringement may be taken either in local Courts or 
in the Exchequer Court; the latter has jurisdiction over the whole 
Dominion. 

Injunction — The party taking action for infringement of a 
patent may apply for an injunction to restrain the opposing party 
from using, making, or selling the subject matter of the patent, 
or to render account while action is pending. 

Defence — The defendant may plead invalidity of a patent by 
specific fact, or default. 

Validity — Partial invalidity of a patent will not affect infringe- 
ment of valid portion. 

Impeachment of Patent — "Scire Facias'' — A certified copy of 
the patent and application documents is filed in Court, and a writ 
of scire facias, issued to repeal the patent for cause, to be shown 
in the proceeding thereunder. 

A certificate of judgment voiding the patent is to be filed in the 
Patent Office. 

Marking — Patent devices must be marked with the word 
"Patented," with the year of the issue. Penalty for failure to 
mark — fine under $100 or imprisonment not exceeding two months. 

False Marking — It is a misdemeanor and punishable by a fine 
of not more than $200 or imprisonment not exceeding three months. 

Government may use Patented Invention — The Government 
of Canada may, at any time, use any patented invention, paying to 
the patentee such sum as the Commissioner reports to be reason- 
able compensation for the use thereof. R.S., c. 61, s. 44. 

As to Use of Patented Invention in Foreign Vessels — No patent 
shall extend to prevent the use of any invention in any foreign ship 
or vessel, if such invention is not so used for the manufacture of 
any goods to be vended within or exported from Canada. R.S., 
c. 61, s. 45. 

Patent not to Effect Previous Purchaser — Every person who, be- 
fore the issuing of a patent, has purchased, constructed or acquired 
any invention for which a patent is afterwads obtained under this 
Act, shall have the right of using and vending to others the specific 
article, machine, manufacture or composition of matter patented 
and so purchased, constructed or acquired before the issue of the 
patent therefor, without being liable to the patentee or his legal 
representatives for so doing; but the patent shall not, as regards 
other persons, be held invalid by reason of such purchase, con- 
struction or acquisition or use of the invention, by the person first 
aforesaid or by those to whom he has sold the same, unless the 
same was purchased, constructed, acquired or used, with the con- 



PATENT LAWS. 233 

sent or allowance of the inventor thereof, for a longer period than 
one year before the application for a patent therefor, thereby mak- 
ing the invention one which has become public and in public use. 
R.S., c. 61, s. 46. 

Arbitration in Case of Conflicting Applications — In case of con- 
flicting applications for any patent, the matter shall be submitted 
to an arbitration of three skilled persons, two of whom shall be 
chosen by the applicants, one by each, the third to be chosen by the 
Commissioner; and their finding shall be delivered to the Commis- 
sioner in writing, which shall be final as to the granting of the 
patent. 

Failure to Appoint Arbitrators — If either of the applicants re- 
fuse or fail to appoint an arbitrator, and there be two applicants, 
the patent shall issue to the opposing applicant. 
In certain cases Commissioner may appoint. 
If there are more than two conflicting applications, and the 
persons applying do not unite in appointing three arbitrators, the 
Commissioner or Deputy may appoint three arbitrators. 
Arbitrators to be sworn. 

The arbitrators so named shall subscribe and take, before a 
Judge of any Court of record in Canada, an oath in the form laid 
down by statute. 

Powers of Arbitrators — The arbitrators may summon before 
them any person they may require to give evidence, and to produce 
such documents or things as they may deem requisite to a full 
investigation of the matter; and may compel them to give evidence, 
as is vested in any Court of Justice in civil cases, but no such 
witness shall be compelled to answer any question which might 
render himself liable to a criminal prosecution. 

The fees for the services of all arbitrators shall be a matter of 
agreement, and shall be paid by the applicants who named them, 
respectively; the arbitrators named by the Commissioner shall be 
paid by the applicants jointly. 

Caveats — Intending applicants for a patent may file a caveat. 
An intending applicant for a patent, who has not perfected his 
invention, and is in fear of being despoiled of his idea, may file in 
the Patent Office a description of his invention, with or without 
drawings, together with the statutory fee, and the said documents 
shall be preserved in secrecy, with the exception of delivering copies 
of the same whenever required by the applicant, or by any judicial 
tribunal, but the secrecy shall cease when the applicant obtains a 
patent for said invention. 

If application be made for a patent by any other person, for an 
invention with which such caveat may in any respect interfere, the 
Commissioner shall at once give notice by mail, of such application, 
and the person who has filed the caveat shall, within three months 
from date of notice, file a petition and take other steps necessary 
for an application for a patent; and if in the opinion of the Com- 
missioner, the applications are conflicting, like proceedings may be 
had in such respect as are provided by the Act, with conflicting 
applications. 

Duration of a Caveat — The caveat will expire and simply remain 
as a matter of proof as to novelty or priority of invention, unless 
application be made for a patent of invention within one year 
See 3 Edw. VII. ch. 46, and R. S. C. c. 61, s. 8. 

Improvements — Any person who has invented any improvement 
on any patented invention, may obtain a patent for such improve- 
ment; but he shall not thereby obtain the right of vending or using 
the original invention, nor shall the patent for the original inven- 
tion confer the right of vending or using the patented improvement. 
R.S.. c. 61, s. 9. 

Compulsory Licenses — An applicant when applying for a patent, 
or at any time within six months after the issue of a patent, may 
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234 PATENT LAWS. 

order such patent to be issued, subject to the following conditions, 
instead of subject to the manufacturing and importation clauses of 
the Act: — 

(a) That any person, while the patent continues in force, may 
by petition apply to the Commissioner for the privilege of manufac- 
turing and using the patent; 

(&) The Commissioner may make an order granting the right 
to manufacture and use the invention to the petitioner for reason 
that the public have not been satisfied. 

(c) The Commissioner may fix the amounts for royalties and 
the terms for payments to the patentee under such license. 

id) The Commissioner may call in the aid of specially qualified 
assessors, in fixing the amount for royalties, when either party to 
the license becomes dissatisfied. 

ie) The Commissioner may grant any number of licenses 
against the patent. 

if) The patent and all the rights and privileges granted to the 
patentee shall cease, and the patent shall be declared null and void 
if at any time within three months after the Commissioner has 
granted a license or licenses against the patent to use the patent 
to others, that the patentee refuses to comply with the conditions 
stated in said license or licenses. 



INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS. 

An Act respecting Trade Maries and Industrial Designs. 
This Act may te cited as The Trade Mark and Design Act, U.S., chap. 

63, s. 1. 

Application — Application shall be made to the Minister of Agri- 
culture (Trade-mark and Copyright Branch), Ottawa, Ontario. 

Who shall be deemed Proprietors — The author of any design 
shall be considered the proprietor thereof unless he has executed 
the design for a good and valuable consideration. 

Duration of Industrial Design — The exclusive right to an Indus- 
trial Design is for a term of five years, renewable, before expiration 
of first term, for a further term of five years, but not to exceed ten 
years in all. 

Assignable — Every industrial design is assignable in law, in 
Whole or any undividing interest thereof; or the use of said indus- 
trial design may be conveyed to others, by a license, registered at 
the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 

Protection — An industrial design should be registered before 
publication to insure protection. 

Marking Industrial Designs — The proprietor of an industrial 
design should mark his design "Rd." and year of registration, 
together with his name. 

OflFences — Every person using or imitating a registered design, 
without a license from the proprietor, publishes, sells or exposes 
for sale, shall forfeit a sum not exceeding one hundred and twenty 
dollars, and not less than twenty dollars, to the proprietor, and 
such sum shall be recoverable with costs on summary conviction 
under Part XV. of the Criminal Code. R.S., c. 63, s. 31. 

Falsely Marking — Every person placing the word "Registered" 
or the letters "Rd." upon an article for which no design has been 
registered, or upon an article upon which the registered right has 
expired; or who publishes, sells, or offers for sale, any article 
knowing it to be fraudulently marked, shall, for each offence, be 
liable to a penalty not exceeding thirty dollars, and not less than 
four dollars, by a summary conviction under Part XV. of the 
Criminal Code. R.S., c. 63, s. 31. 

Limitation of Actions — All suits under this Act shall be brought 
within twelve months from cause of action. 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 235 

DOMINION ASSOCIATION OF CHARTERED 
ACCOUNTANTS 



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 

President : 
E. Kaulbach, Halifax. 

Vice-President : Secretary- Treasurer : 

Alfred Shaw, Vancouver. L. A. Woodin, P.O. Box 746 

Halifax, N.S. 
Council: 
Representative. Elected by 

A. W. Stevenson, Montreal ■» The Association of Accountanta 

James G. Ross, Montreal / in Montreal. 

?^°,J^^T,n ^l^f R Jn t?n.'H 1 T^e Institute of Chartered 

A. K. Bunnell, Brantford y a««^„„+„„+c r^f r^r^^^o,.?^ 

J. I. Sutcliff, Toronto j Accountants of Ontario. 

W. A. Henderson, Winnipeg.... )^ The Chartered Accountants 

H. M. Cherry, Winnipeg i Association of Manitoba. 

_, T^ ,, , TT i-r ) The Institute of Chartered 

E. Kaulbach, Halifax } Accountants of Nova Scotia. 

1 The Institute of Chartered 
Alfred Shaw, Vancouver I Accountants of British Col- 

J umbia. 

n T r.A/if^^,r T^/i,- XT „^ 1 The Institute of Chartered 

O. J. Godfrey, Indian Head | Accountants of Saskatchewan 

G. Percy Blythe, Edmonton The Institute of Chartered Ac- 
countants of Alberta. 

Auditors : 
Adam Armstrong, Winnipeg; J. Fred. Sterling, Winnipeg. 

The Dominion Association of Chartered Accountants is composed 
of the members in good standing of the above named Provincial 
Institutes of Chartered Accountants resident in Canada, membership 
being obtainable only through the said Provincial Institutes. The 
Council is elected annually, each Institute electing representatives, 
not in any event exceeding three, in proportion to the number of its 
total membership. The Presidency of the Association is held in 
rotation by a representative of each of the Societies in the order 
above named, and the Vice-Presidency is held by a representative 
of the Society next in order of rotation. The Secretary-Treasurer 
is appointed from the membership of the Society electing the 
President. 

The objects of the Association are set out in the by-laws as 
follows: — 

(a) To secure the incorporation of Provincial Societies in Pro- 
vinces of the Dominion where none now exist; 
(6) To assist Provincial Societies in securing uniform legislation 
for the better protection and regulation of local profes- 
sional interests; 
(c) To secure the adoption by Provincial Societies of uniform 

standards of examination and membership; 
id) To arrange for reciprocal privileges between Provincial 

Societies for the benefit of their members; 
(e) To consider questions of ethics; 

if) To secure harmony of action in all matters affecting the 
common interest, and generally to act in an advisory 
capacity to the Provincial Societies. 
The annual meeting is held in the month of September of each 
year. 



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CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 



ALBERTA. 
CALGARY. 

Edwards, Morgan & Co. Geo. 

Edwards, A. H. Edwards, 
W. H. Thompson. See Card 
following. 

McCannel Bros. & Co., 1 
Lineham Blk. D. A. Mc- 
Cannel, M. C. McCannel. 
See card following. 

Sutherland, J. B. 
EDMONTON. 

Anderson, H. C. 

Blythe & Baldwin, 255 Jasper 
Ave. East. G. P. Blythe, 
C.A., H. W Baldwin, C.A. 
See Card following. 

Gould, W. W., Tegler Build- 
ing. 

McCannel Bros. & Co., 
Moser-Ryder Blk. D. A. 
McCannel, M. C. McCan- 
nel. See card following. 

Race, C. E. 

Richardson, C. L. 
LETHBRroOE. 

Wing, W. D. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
NELSON. 

Carter, P. J. 
McDermid, E. B. 
Playle, Geo. H. 
NEW WESTMINSTER. 

Walker, W. J., F.C.A., City 
Hall. 
REVELSTOKE. 

Jackson, J. H. 
VANCOUVER. 

Alderson, E. R., 1616 Nel- 
son St. 

Anderson, W. B., Winch 
Bldg. 

Bayly, R., Molsons Bank 
Chbrs. 

Bell, R., London Bldg. 

Berdoe, A. L., Dominion 
Bldg. 

Buttar & Chiene, London 
Bldg. W. S. Buttar, H. C. 
Chiene. 

Christie, H. D., Winch Bldg. 

Crehan, Mouat & Co., 615 
Pender St. M. J. Crehan. 

Deloitte, Dever, Griffiths & 
Co., Metropolitan Bldg. 
Gordon Tansley. 

Edwards, Morgan & Co., 
London Bldg. (See Tor- 
onto.) 



VANCOUVER. — Continued. 

Poster, A. P., Rogers Bldg. 

Helliwell, Moore & Maclach- 
lan, Molsons Bank Chbrs. 
J. P. Helliwell, W. M. 
Maclachlan. 

Jackson, J. H., 626 Pender 
St. 

Kendall, Sewell & Co., Do- 
minion Bldg. J. Kendall, 
P. C. Sewell. 

Lennard, W. J. B., London 
Bldg. 

Marwick, Mitchell & Co., 
Winch Bldg. A. Stewart. 

Price, Waterhouse & Co., 
Bank of Ottawa Bldg. 
R. W. Mlddleton. 

Rid dell. Stead, Hodges & 
Winter, Bank of Ottawa 
Bldg. W. E. Hodges, G. E. 
Winter. See Card following. 

Rorie, George, 1520 Haro St. 
See Card following. 

Ross, P. A., Winch Bldg. 

Shaw, Alfred, Bower Bldg. 

Stein, W. T., Rogers Bldg. 

Stuart. John M., Vancouver 
Block. 

Touche, G. A., & Co., Metro- 
politan Bldg. C. H. D. 
Robertson. 

Tuttle, W. H., Dominion 
Bldg. 

Webb, Read, Hegan, Calling- 
ham & Co., Dominion 
Bldg. J. H. Young. 

NELSON. 

Playle, G. H., Nelson. 

VICTORIA. 

Bawden, W. A., P.O. Box 
200. 

Gillespie, John C, 404 Bel- 
mont House. 

Griffiths, Albert F., P.O. 
Box 200. See card follow- 
ing. 

Hughes, G. R., 201 Pember- 
ton Bldg. 

Isinnv. E. W., 306 Jones 
Block. 

Sampson, W. C. 

Wpt9on, J. B., 114 Belmont 
Block. 

MANITOBA. 

BRANDON. 

Cherry & Macdonnell, Bank 
of Commerce Chbrs. 



CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 



237 



WINNIPEG. 

Anderson, Thomas, 545 Som- 
erset Bldg. 
Armstrong, Adam, 207 Ken- 
nedy Bldg. 
Cherry & Macdonnell, 705 
Confed. Life Bldg. H. M. 
Cherry, R. C. Macdonnell. 
Corbould, C. D., 619 Somer- 
set Building. 
Cross & Menzies, 211 Bank 
of N.S. Bldg. J. H. Men- 
zies. 
Edwards, Morgan & Co., 
Electric Ry. Chbrs. Geo. 
Edwards, Toronto, J. Cres- 
well Parkin, Jr. 
Gilbert, F. C, Bell Block. 
Hayward, R. H., 10 Monad- 
nock Blk. 
Henderson, W. A., & Co., 
508-9 Electric Ry. Chbrs. 
W. A. Henderson, S. V. 
Roberts, J. D. Reid. 
Hopkinson, Joseph, 405 

Nanton Bldg. 
Hudson, Oscar & Co., Con- 
fed. Life Bldg. 
Laing & Turner, 502 Trust 
& Loan Bldg. G. S. Laing, 
F. C. S. Turner. 
Macintosh & Hyde, Trust & 

Loan Bldg. 
Marwick, Mitchell, Peat & 
Co., 1211 McArthur Bldg. 
D. Dewar. 
Pender, D. A., Cooper, Slasor 
& Co., 402 Great West 
Permanent Bldg. D. A. 
Pender, David Cooper, 
Harry Slasor. 
Phillips & Glendinning, 1201 
Union Trust Bldg. A. E. 
Phillips, W. D. Glendin- 
ning. 
Pickup, Vernon & Co., 707 

Mclntyre Block. 
Price, Waterhouse & Co., 
Union Trust Bldg. G. 
Somerville Craggs. 
Ramage, William, 44 Mer- 
chants Bank Bldg. 
Reade, Hubert T., Royal 

Bank Bldg. 
Riddell, Stead, Graham & 
Hutchison, Merchants 

Bank Bldg. Joseph Bell. 
Ronald Griggs & Co., Lind- 
say Bldg. W. Sidney Ron- 
ald, B. F. Griggs. See card 
following. 



WINNIPEG — Continued. 

Ross, P. S., & Sons, Notre 
Dame Investment Co 
Bldg. Thomas Law. 

Scott, John & Co., 200 Bel- 
gica Block. John Scott, W. 
A. Lake. 

Stirling & Rankin, 602 Lind- 
say Bldg. J. F. Stirling, 
Ewen Rankin. 

Touche, George A., & Co 
Electric Railway Chbrs. J. 
Gilmour Wylie. 

Webb, Read, Hegan, Calling- 
ham & Co., 610 McArthur 
Bldg. T. Harry Webb, B 
S. Read, C. R. Hegan. 

Young, J. R., 545 Somerset 
Bldg. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

PREDERICTON. i 

Murray, A. S. ; 

ST. JOHN. 

Blanchet, P. F. 
Macintyre, A. P. 

SUSSEX. 

Atherton, J. P. 

NOVA SCOTIA, 
AMHERST. ' 

Abbott, E. H. 

Dennis, CD. , • 

HALIFAX. 

Blackett, J. R. 

Carter, R., Exchange Bldg 

Dustan, G. G., Bedford 

Chambers. 
Faulkener, Geo. E., Hollls 

Street. 
Kaulbach, E., P.O. Box 258. 
Leverman, W. E., clo Wm. 

Stairs & Co. 
Longard, E. J., Bedford 

Chambers. 
MacDonald, R. A., Roy Bldg. 
Oxley, F. H. 
Piers, T. L. E. 
Stech, H. J., P.O. Box 593. 

ONTARIO. 
BARBIE. 

Ross, W. J. 
BELLEVILLE. 

Johnson, J. W., F.C.A. 
BERLIN. 

Scully, J, M., F.C.A. 
BRANTFORD. 

Bunnell, A. K., F.C.A. 
Parker, C. J. 
Shultis. A. 



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CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 



CHATHAM. 

Falls, A. F. 
COBALT. 

Clark, Thos. S. 
FORT WILLIAM. 

Dawson, P. H. B., F.C.A., 

Murray Block. See Card 
following. 
GUELPH. 

Pentelow, W. M, 
HAMILTON. 

Blanchard, A. 

Gunn, R. L. 

Scott, C. S., F.C.A., Spectator 
Building. See Card follow- 
ing. 

Stiff, C. 
KINGSTON. 

Craig & Burns. W. H. Craig, 
R. E. Burns. 
LONDON. 

Booker, A. A. 

Calder, A. G. 

Jewell, F. G. 

McMillan, James 

Westerfelt, J. W. 
NORTH BAY. 

Lord, H. L. 
OTTAWA. 

Bates, H. S., 102 Bank St. 

Blatch, G. L., F.C.A., 193 
Sparks Street 

Chamberlain, A. F., 74 
Nepean Street. 

Cunningham Bros., 104 
Sparks Street. J. F. Cun- 
ningham, G. de H. Cun- 
ningham. 

Dunlop, W. M., Citizen 
Building. 

Larmonth, E. A., 17a Elgin 
Street. 
OWEN SOUND. 

Fleming, C. A., F.C.A. 
PETERBOROUGH. 

Morris, W. R. 
ST. THOMAS. 

Johnson, R. W. 
TORONTO. 

Atkinson, J. L., Kent Bldg. 

Barber, Henry & Co., 18 Wel- 
lington e. Henry Barber, 
F.C.A. 

Begg, G. M., 262 Carlton St. 

Brandon, H. B. & Co., Man- 
ning Chbrs. 

Campbell, Gordon D. & Co., 
Home Life Bldg. See 
card following. 



TORONTO — Continued. 

Clarkson, Gordon & Dil- 
worth, 15 Wellington St. 
West. E. R. C. Clarkson, 
F.C.A., G. T. Clarkson, F. 
C.A., H. D. L. Gordon, 
C.A., R. J. Dilworth, C.A., 
R. Shiell, C.A., W. D. Tay- 
lor, C.A., A. St. G. Boul- 
ton, C.A., V. V. Harbison, 
C.A., A. A. Miller, C.A., T. 
J. Bragg, G. A. Green- 
shields, H. E. Guilfoyle, R. 

E. Salt. 

Coady, R. T., F.C.A., (City 
Treasurer), City Hall. 

Day, Q. D., 86 King St. East. 

Eddis, Wilton C, & Sons, 157 
Bay Street. Wilton C. Ed- 
dis, F.C.A., J. Wyndham 
Eddis, C.A., C. S. Eddis, 
C.A., A. R. McMichael. 
See Card following. 

Edwards, Morgan & Co., 20 
Victoria St. Geo. Ed- 
wards, F.C.A., A. H. Ed- 
wards, W. P. Morgan, W. 
H. Thompson, T. C. Par- 
kin, Jr., H. Percy Edwards. 
See Card following. 

Fahey, William, 510 Mc- 
Kinnon Building. 

Falls, Chambers & Co., 507 
Standard Bank Bldg. A. 

F. Falls, Norman G. 
Chambers. See card fol- 
lowing. 

George, James, Traders Bank 
Building. 

Godson, W. P. & Co., 72 
Queen Street w. W. P. 
Godson. 

Gunn, Roberts & Co., 25 To- 
ronto St. Edmond Gunn, 
F.C.A., F. E. Roberts. 

Higgins, F. P., 16 Leader 
Lane. 

Hudson, Oscar & Co., 32 
Church St. Oscar Hud- 
son, W. H. Pettit. 

Jenkins & Hardy, 15^/^ To- 
ronto St. Thos. Jenkins, 
James Hardy, F.C.A. 

Kernahan, W. T., F.C.A., 17 
Gould Street. 

Langley, J. P., F.C.A., Mc- 
Kinnon Building. 

Lawson, Welch & Co., 59 
Yonge St. J. P. Lawson, 
C.A., Henry J. Welch, C.A. 
See Card following. 



CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 



239 



TORONTO — Continued. 

MacKay, John & Co., 85 Bay 

Street. John MacKay. 

See Card following. 
MacLachlan, A. W. 
Martin, J. S. 
Menger, W. 0., 155 King 

St. East. 

Merson, Geo., & Co., 16 King 
Street w. Geo. O. Merson. 

See Card following. 
Morrison, A. S., Kent Bldg. 
Mortimer, H., Confederation 

Life Building. 

Neif, A. C, & Co., 70 Victoria 
Street. A. C. Neff, P.C.A. 
Osier, A. E., 7 Melinda St. 
Price, Waterhouse & Co., 

Jarvis Building. D. McK. 
McClelland. 

Riddle, Stead, Graham & 
Hutchison, Traders Bank 
Bldg. See Card following. 

Rowlands, R. P., 16 Wel- 
lington East. 

Seburn, T. I., 76 Adelaide 
St. West. 

Spence, R. P., 82 King St. e. 

Stiff Bros. & Sime, Contin- 
ental Bldg. T. Watson 
Sime, C.A. (Scotlcnd), 
Geo. Ussher Stiff, P.C.A., 
Pred J. Stiff, C.A. 

Sutcliffe, John I., 43 King 
St. West. 

Thorne, Mulholland & Co., 
Traders Bank Bldg. 

Touche, George A., & Co., 
Traders Bank Bldg. Mal- 
colm H. Robinson, C.A., 
(Resident Partner). See 
Card following. 

Townsend, Sherman E., Con- 
fed. Life Bldg. 

Vigeon & Co., 2 Leader Lane. 
Harry Vigeon, P.C.A., B. 
Pontifex, H. P. Vigeon. 

Wade, Osier, F.C.A., 64 Wel- 
lington Street w. See Card 
following. 

Williamson, Rutherford & 
Co., 86 Adelaide St. East. 
See card following. 

Young, J. H., 64 Wel- 
lington Street w. John 
H. Young, P.C.A. 



TORONTO. — Continued. 

Young, Maitland & Son. 

Ralph E. Young, P.C.A., 
Canada Life Building. 

WATERLOO. 

Scully, J. M., P.C.A. 

QUEBEC. 

MONTREAL. 

Baker, C. W., 96 Commercial 
Union Building. 

Cinq-Mars, A., 180 St James 
Street. 

Cole, Ernest C, 84 Commer- 
cial Union Building. 

Creak, Gushing & Hodgson, 
80 St. Prancois Xavier St. 
George Creak, Lemuel 
Gushing, Chas. A. Hodg- 
son. 

Duff, J. M. M., 107 St. James 
Street. 

Durnford, George, Limited, 
189 St. James Street. 
George Durnford. 

Pisk, A. K., & Co., E. Town- 
ships Bank Building. A. 
K. Pisk. 

Gagnon, P. A., 316 Quebec 
Bank Building. 

Gouthie & Midgley, 103 St. 
Pr. Xav. St. H. E. Midg- 
ley. 

Hains, John McD., 43 St. 
Sacrament Street. 

Hyde, John, 304 Merchants 
Bank Building. 

McDonald & Smith, 52 Metro- 
politan Building. G. C. 
McDonald, C. A., H. Mere- 
dith Smith, A.C.A. See 
Card following. 
Macintosh & Hyde, 157 St. 
James Street. Geo. Hyde, 
P. Macintosh, A. W. Cole, 
D. B. Robertson. 

Miller, Robert, & Co., Quebec 
Bank Building. Robert 
Miller, C. H. G. Kelton, B. 
C. Macfarlane. 
Mitchell, A. P., 69 St. Pran- 
cois Xavier Street. 
Plimsoll, A. H., 189 St. 

James Street. 
Price, Waterhouse & Co., 
Commercial Union Build- 
ing. A. B. Brodie. 



240 



CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 



MONTREAL — Continued. 

Riddell, Stead, Graham & 
Hutchison, 80 St. Francois 
Xavier Street. Alex. P. 
Riddell, Austin C. Stead, 
James Hutchison, J. Pat- 
erson. 

Roberton & Rathie, 703 
Merchants Bank Building. 
Lewis A. Roberton, Wal- 
ter W. Rathie. 

Robertson, A. Scott, 226 
Coristine Building. 

Robson, Hill & Ritchie, Mc- 
Gill Bldg. M. S. Temple 
Hill, C. P. Ritchie. 

Ross, P. S., & Sons, 142 
Notre Dame w. A. P. C. 
Ross, J. G. Ross, J. W. 
Ross, S. R. Campbell, J. A. 
Grant, L. A. Dowie, Gor- 
don W. Scott. 

Savage, E. B., 86 Notre 
Dame w. 

Savage, Geo. A., & Co., 90 
Commercial Union Bldg. 
Geo. A. Savage, W. S. Wil- 
son. 

Shannon & Bringloe, 51 
Commercial Union Bldg. 
P. C. Shannon. 

Sharp, P. W., 601 Power 
Building. 

Stevenson, A. W., 802 East- 
ern Townships Building. 

Wilson, Robert, Bank of 
Ottawa Building. 

Wright & Kingan, 54 Guar- 
dian Bldg. G. B. Kingan. 

QUEBEC CITY. 

Wurtele, Ernest P., Morin 
Block, Quebec, Que. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 
INDIAN HEAD. 

Godfrey, O. J. 
MOOSE JAW. 

Bryden, Wm. 

Ronald, Griggs & Co. See 

Card following, 
Hodge, W. E. 
Palmason, H. J. 
PRINCE ALBERT. 
Bagshaw, E. T. 
Parkes, A. E. 
REGINA. 

Dawson, W. J. 
GladweU, AVilson & Co. C. V. 
Gladwell, P. J. Wilson. 
See Card following. 
Goldie, A. W. 
Grant, T. 

Laing & Turner, 201 McAra. 
Bldg. (also at Winnipeg). 
See card following. 
Lidster, C. P. 
Pope, J. C. 
Rooke, G. C. 
Scott, Keith. 
SASKATOON. 
Corbie, J. H. 

Ronald, Griggs & Co., 
Drinkle Bldg. See Card 
following. 
Masecar, B. R. 
Mowat, D. 
Mowat, J. S. 
Mundell, K. H. 
Nelson, J. 
SWIFT CURRENT. 

Gladwell, Wilson & Co. See 
Regina. 
WEYBURN. 
Dale, A. A. M. 

Gladwell, Wilson & Co. See 
Regina. 



FALLS, CHAMBERS & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, 

507 Standard Bank Bldg., TORONTO. 

A. P. Falls, C.A. N. G. Chambers, C.A. (Scot.) 

A. F. Falls, C.A., Chatham, Ont. Phone Main 7125. 



GORDON D. CAMPBELL & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, 

Home Life Bldg., TORONTO. 

Auditors, Investigators, Trustees, Liquidators, 

Phone Main 4857. Cable Address: Gorcam (Western Union) 



CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 241 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

McCANNEL BROS. & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, 

400 Moser Eyder Building, EDMONTON, ALTA. 
Also 1 Lineham Block, CALGAEY. 
D. A. McCannel. M. C. McCannel. 

Audits, Investigations, Systems. 

BLYTHE & BALDWIN, 

Chartered Accountants, Auditors, Liquidators, Trustees, etc. 

Jackson Block, 255 Jasper Ave. E. EDMONTON, ALTA. 

G. P. Blythe, C.A. H. W. Baldwin, C.A. 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

RIDDELL, STEAD, HODGES & WINTER, 
Chartered Accountants, 

Bank of Ottawa Bldg., VANCOUVER, B.C. 
Montreal: Riddell, Stead, Graham & Hutchison; Winnipeg: Riddell, 
Ross & Bell; Edinburgh: J. Maxtone Graham. 

GEORGE RORIE, 

Chartered Accountant (Consulting), 

Consultations— 1,520 Haro Street, VANCOUVER. 
Member of the Society of Accountants in Edinburgh, (Scotland), and 
of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia. 

VICTORIA, B.C. 

ALBERT F. GRIFFITHS, F.C.A., F.C.I.S., 

Chartered Accountant — Chartered Secretary, 

Law Chambers, VICTORIA, B.C. 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 

RONALD, GRIGGS & CO., 

Chartered Accountants and Auditors; Trustees, Liquidators. 

804-805 Lindsay Bldg., WINNIPEG, MAN. 
Ronald, Merrett, Griggs & Co., LONDON, ENG. 
Offices also at SASKATOON, SASK.; MOOSE JAW, SASK. 
Cable Address (all offices): ''Elucidate," Western Union Code. 



LAING & TURNER, 

G. S. LAING, 
F. C. S. TURNER, 



Chartered 

Accountants. 

Trust & Loan Bldg., 

WINNIPEG, CANADA. 



242 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 



WINNEPEG, MAN. 

D. A. PENDER, COOPER, SLASOR & CO., 

Chartered Accountants and Auditors. 

402 Great West Permanent Bldg., WINNIPEG. 

PORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

P. H. B. DAWSON, F.C.A., 

Chartered Accountant. 

Murray Block, FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

Fort William, Port Arthur, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury. 

HAMILTON, ONT. 

C. S. SCOTT, F.C.A., 

Chartered Accountant, Trustee, etc. 

Spectator Building, HAMILTON, ONT. 

TORONTO, ONT. 

WILTON C. EDDIS & SONS, 

Chartered Accountants, 

Established 1894. 
Continental Life Building, TORONTO. 
W^iLTON C. Eddis, F.C.A., F.S.A.A. (eng.) 
J. Wyndham Eddis, C.A. Chas. S. Eddis, C.A. 

A. R. McMlCHAEL, C.A. 

EDWARDS, MORGAN & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, 

20 Victoria Street, TORONTO, CANADA. 

Offices also at WINNIPEG, MAN.; CALGARY, ALTA; 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Correspondents in other Provinces. 

Cable Address: "Elucidate, Toronto." Western Union Code. 

LAWSON, WELCH & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, Auditors, Trustees, etc. 

James F. Law son, C.A. Henry J. Welch, C.A. 

Crown Life Bldg., 59 Yonge Street, TORONTO, CANADA. 

Cable Address: ''Lawelco," A.B.C. Code. 

JOHN MACKAY & COMPANY, 

Liquidators, Chartered Accountants and Consulting Actuaries. 

Toronto General Trusts Building, 

85 Bay Street, TORONTO. 

Telephone, Main 2731. Cable Address: ^^ Capital. ^^ 

GEO. 0. MERSON & COMPANY, 

Chartered Accountants, 

16 King Street West, TORONTO, ONT. 
Audits: Regular and speeial. 

Accounting Systems: Devised and installed to suit the requirements of 
any business. 



CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. 24)3 

TORONTO, ONT. 

RIDDELL, STEAD, GRAHAM & HUTCHISON, 
Chartered Accountants, 

Traders^ Bank Building, TOEONTO. 

Established 1869. 

MONTEEAL: Alex. F. Eiddell, C.A. Austin C. Stead. C.A. 

James Hutchison, C.A. John Paterson, C.A. 

WINNIPEG: Joseph Bell, C.A. 

VANCOUVEE: W. E. Hodges, C.A. Geo E. Winter, C.A. 
TOEONTO: H. T. Jamieson, C.A., Eesident Partner. 
EDINBUEGH, SCOT.: J. Maxtone Graham, C.A. 

GEORGE A. TOUCHE & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, 

Traders Bank Building, TORONTO, ONTARIO. 
Malcolm H. Eobinson, A.C.A,, Eesident Partner. 
LONDON, ENG.; NEW YORK CITY; CHICAGO, ILL.; SAN 
FRANCISCO, CAL.; MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.; BATAVIA 
and SOERABAYA, JAVA; MONTREAL, QUE.; VAN- 
COUVER, B.C.; WINNIPEG, MAN. 
Tel., M. 2804. Cables: /'Eetexo." 

OSLER WADE, F.C.A., 

Chartered Accountant, 

64 Wellington Street West, TORONTO. 

Assignee, Liquidator. 

Solidit<>r8 retained on estates they bring to this office. 

RUTHERFORD, WILLIAMSON & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, Auditors, Liquidators and Trustees, 

Merchants Fire Chambers, 86 Adelaide Street East, TOEONTO, ONT. 

Correspondents, 

Crehan, Martin & Co., 615 Pender St. W., VANCOUVEE, B.C. 

C. D. Corbould, C.A., Somerset Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

P. F. Blanchett, C.A., ST. JOHN'S, N.B. 
Cable Address: ''Willco.'^ Telephone Main 90. 

MONTREAL, QUE. 

Mcdonald, smith & co.. 

Chartered Accountants. 

Metropolitan Building, 179 St. James Street, MONTEEAL. 
George C. McDonald, B.A., C.A. 

H. Meredith Smith, A.C.A, (Eng.), C.A. 
Telephone, Main 7971. 

__^______ REGINA, SASK. 

GLADWELL, WILSON & CO., 

Chartered Accountants, Executors, Auditors, 
Liquidators and Trustees. 

Dominion Trust Bldg., EEGINA, SASK. 

C. V. Gladwell. "F. J. Wilson. 

Branches at WEYBUEN, SWIFT CUEEENT and LONDON, ENGLAND. 



244 GUARANTEE COMPANIES. 




ACCIDENT INSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA 

HEAD OFFICE 
44 KING ST. W. - TORONTO, ONT. 



GUARANTEE BONDS 

The bonds issued by this com- 
pany are a modern facility for 
providing the security required 
by governments, courts, banks, 
corporations, and employers for 
the fidelity of officials and 
employees in positions of trust. 



PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE 

SICKNESS, 

AUTOMOBILE, 

PLATE GLASS 



TORONTO GENERAL AGENTS 

M. H. MCWILLIAMS AND A. E. HUESTIS 

Phone Main 3000 



CANADA LEGAL DIRECTORY. 245 



GUARANTEE COMPANIES. 

The following companies have been authorized by Order Jn 
Council directing that their bonds may be given and accepted as 
security in lieu of the bonds of private or personal suretyship, pre- 
scribed or required by Chapter 16 and 220 of R.S.O., 1897, or by 
any Act therein recited, or by the Act passed in tbe 62nd year of 
Her late Majesty's reign, entitled "An Act respecting Sureties," or 
by any other Act of the Province of Ontario wherein the Lieuten- 
ant-Governour in Council is empowered to authorize the giving 
or acceptance of sureties. 

Canadian Surety Company of Toronto, 26 Wellington Street 
East, Toronto. 

DOMINION OF CANADA GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT IN- 
SURANCE COMPANY, Traders Bank Building, Toronto. 
{See Advertisement following.) 

Employers* Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited, of 
London, England, British Empire Building, Montreal, 
and Temple Building, Toronto. 

GUARANTEE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, Beaver Hall 

Hill, Montreal. 
{See Advertisement following.) 

Guardian Accident & Guarantee Company, Guardian Building, 
Montreal; Armstrong & DeWitt, Agents, 6 Wellington St. 
E., Toronto. 

IMPERIAL GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COM- 
PANY OF CANADA, Canada Life Building, Toronto. 
{See Advertisement following.) 

London and Lancashire Guarantee and Accident Company of 
Canada, 61 Adelaide Street East, Toronto. 

London Guarantee and Accident Company, Limited, of London, 
England, Confederation Life Building, Toronto. 

Maryland Casualty Company, Head Office, Baltimore, Md. 
Toronto Office, 12-14 Wellington Street East. 

National Surety Company, Traders Bank Bldg., Toronto (Reed, 
Shaw & McNaught, Agents). 

Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, 8 Colborne Street, 
Toronto. 

Railway Passengers* Assurance Company, Continental Life 
Building, Toronto. 

United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, Head Oifflce, 
Baltimore, Md., and 6 Colborne Street, Toronto. 



246 GUARANTEE COMPANIES. 



Court Bonds 



For 



Administrators, 
Liquidators, 
Committees, Etc. 



This Company Guarantees the Solicitors 
of the Canada Bonded Attorney 



Also 

Fidelity Bonds of Every 
Description 

Accident, Sickness and Plate Glass 
Insurance 

The Dominion of Canada 

Guarantee & Accident Ins. Co. 

Toronto 

The oldest and strongest Canadian Guarantee and Accident Company 
J. E. ROBERTS, President C. A. WITHERS, General Manager 



ALBERTA. 247 



SYNOPSES OF THE LAWS OF THE 
PROVINCES 



ALBERTA 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by Emery, 

Newell, Ford, Bolton & Mount, Barristers, Edmonton, 

of the Alberta Bar. 

Bevised to Jan. 1, 1914, 

By the North-west Territories Act of the Dominion of Canada, 
and subject to the provisions of the said Act, the laws of Englan'd 
relating to civil and criminal matters "as the same existed on the 
15th day of July, 1870, shall be in force in the Territories, in so 
far as the same are applicable to the Territories and in so far as 
the same have not been or are not hereafter repealed, altered, 
varied, modified or affected by any Act of the Parliament of the 
United Kingdom applicable to the Territories, or of the Parliament 
of Canada, or by any Ordinance of the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council or of the Legislative Assembly." 

The same Act also provides that "All laws and ordinances In 
force in the Territories, and not repealed by or inconsistent with 
this Act, shall remain in force until it is otherwise ordered by the 
Parliament of Canada, by the Governor in Council, or by the Legis- 
lative Assembly under the authority of this Act." 

And by 4-5 Edward VII., Chapter 3, being, "An Act to establish 
and provide for the Government of the Province of Alberta" known 
as "The Alberta Act," it is provided (Section 16) that "All laws 
and all orders and regulations made thereunder, so far as they are 
not inconsistent with anything contained in this Act, or as to which 
this Act contains no provision intended as a substitute therefor, 
and all Courts of civil and criminal jurisdiction, and all commis- 
sions, powers, authorities and functions, and all officers and 
functionaries, judicial, administrative and ministerial, existing 
immediately before the coming into force of this Act in the Terri- 
tory hereby established as the Province of Alberta, shall continue 
in the said Province. as if this Act and The Saskatchewan Act had 
not been passed; subject, nevertheless, except with respect to such 
as are enacted by or existing under Acts of the Parliament of Great 
Britain or of the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland, to be repealed, abolished or altered by the 
Parliament of Canada, or by the Legislature of the said Province, 
according to the authority of the Parliament or of the said Legisla- 
ture " 

Assignments — "The Assignments Act" provides for the appoint- 
ment of an official assignee in each judicial district. Every 
assignment for the general benefit of creditors not made to him is 
void, unless made to some other person resident in the Province, 
with the consent (in writing or by telegram written or sent prior 
to the date of assignment) of a majority of creditors having claims 
of $100.00 and upwards (such majority being computed according 
to a scale of votes given according to the amount of claim). An 
assignment for the general benefit of creditors takes precedence 
to all attachments of debts by way of garnishment where the 
money has not been actually paid over to the garnishing creditor. 



248 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

as well as of all other attachments and of all judgments, and of 
all executions not completely executed by payment, subject to the 
lien, if any, of execution or attaching creditors for their costs. 

The assignment, with affidavit of execution, .must be registered 
within 10 days in the office of the clerk of the registration district 
for chattel mortgages, and within 15 days in the Land Titles Office 
for the land registration district in which any land vested by the 
Act in the assignee is situated. Notice of the assignment must be 
published in the "Alberta Gazette." Omission to publish or 
register does not invalidate the assignment. 

Claims for wages or salary to an extent not exceeding three 
months (and for arrears only and not for any unearned portion) 
have preference. 

Creditors must value securities held by them, and the assignee, 
under the authority of the creditors, may either consent to the 
right of the creditor to rank for the claim, after deducting such 
valuation, or he may require from the creditor an assignment of 
the security at an advance of 10 per cent, upon the specified value 
to be paid out of the estate; and in such case the difference be- 
tween the value, at which the security is retained, and the amount 
of the gross claim of the creditor shall be the amount for which 
he Shall rank and vote in respect of the estate. 

The Act has full and detailed provisions to protect creditors 
against fraudulent or preferential transfers. Transfers made by 
a debtor insolvent, or on the eve of insolvency, which have the 
effect of defeating or giving preference over creditors are void as 
against such creditors if attacked, or if an assignment is made for 
the benefit of creditors, within 60 days thereafter. 

Attachment — 1. Of debts. Any plaintiff in an action for a 
debt or liquidated demand before or after judgment, and any per- 
son who has obtained a judgment or order for the recovery or 
payment of money, may issue a garnishee summons upon filing 
an affidavit, made by the plaintiff (or judgment creditor), his 
solicitor or agent, showing the nature and amount of the claim or 
judgment, and swearing positively to the indebtedness and stating 
to the best of the deponent's information and belief that the pro- 
posed garnishee (naming him) is indebted to the defendant or 
judgment debtor. Service of the summons on the garnishee binds 
any debt due or accruing due. A copy of the garnishee summons 
must be served on the defendant (or judgment debtor), or his 
solicitor, within 20 days after service on the garnishee, or such 
further time as the Judge ex parte may order. No money paid 
into Court pursuant to a garnishee summons may be paid out 
without the written consent of the parties interested except by 
order of the Court. No debt due or accruing due to a mechanic, 
workman, labourer, servant, clerk or employee for or in respect 
of his wages or salary is liable to seizure or attachment, unless 
the said debt exceeds $25.00, and then only to the extent of the 
excess. This exemption does not apply where the debt sued for, 
or the judgment recovered, is for board and lodging. The moneys 
attached are, by the Creditors Relief Act (see below), made payable 
ratably to all creditors establishing their claim against the debtor 
within the times limited by the said Act. 

2. Of personal property. After the commencement of any suit 
wherein the claim is for the recovery of a debt of $50.00 or 
upwaras, upon affidavit made by the plaintiff or one of several 
plaintiffs, if more than one, his or their agent having a personal 
knowledge of the matter, stating clearly and succinctly from what 
cause such debt arose and the amount thereof, and that he has 
good reason to believe (giving reason therefor) that the defendant 



) 



ALBERTA. 249 

(a) Is about to abscond, or has absconded, from the Province 
leaving personal property in any judicial district thereof liable to 
seizure under execution for debt; or 

ib) Has attempted to remove such personal property out of 
the Province, or to sell or dispose of the same with intent to 
defraud his creditors generally, or the plaintiff in particular; or 

(c) Keep concealed to avoid service of process; and 

id) In either case that the deponent verily believes that with- 
out the benefit of the attachment the plaintiffi will lose his debt or 
sustain damage; 

and upon a further affidavit of one other credible person that 
he is well acquainted with the defendant and has good reason to 
believe (giving such reasons) that the defendant is about to 
abscond, or has absconded, or has attempted to remove his personal 
property out of the Province, or to sell or dispose of the same, 
or keeps concealed with intent as aforesaid, as the case may be, 
the Judge being satisfied with the reasons aforesaid, on applica- 
tion to him ex parte may direct the issue of a writ of attachment 
against the defendant's personal property. Where the debtor has 
absconded, or is about to abscond from the Province leaving no 
wife or family behind, none of his property is exempt from seizure. 
Provision is made for giving a defendant as full and prompt notice 
as possible, and for the return of the goods to him upon his 
furnishing security, and for subsequent proceedings including an 
aplication to have the writ of attachment set aside by a Judge, 
supported by evidence by affidavit that the creditor, who sued 
out such writ, had not reasonable cause for taking such proceedings. 

Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages — Bills of sale and chattel 
mortgages, not accompanied by an immediate delivery and actual 
and continued change of possession, must be registered within 30 
days from execution, together with an affidavit of execution and 
also an affidavit of bona fides (to the effect provided by the Act) 
made by the mortgagee (or such other person as is under certain 
circumstances specified by the Act). Failure to register within 
the said time (or to renew as hereinafter mentioned), or in case 
the consideration is not truly expressed in the mortgage or con- 
veyance, the same is null and void as against the creditors of the 
mortgagor and against subsequent purchasers or mortgagees In 
good faith for valuable consideration. Registrations must be 
made in the registration district where the property is situated, 
and such registration is effective only in that district. The mort- 
gagor is forbidden to remove the goods to any district without 
notice to the mortgagee. In case of removal to any district, a 
certified copy of the mortgage and other documents filed relating 
thereto must be filed in the district to which the goods are removed 
within three weeks from removal, otherwise the goods are liable 
to seizure and sale under execution and the. mortgage is null and 
void as against subsequent purchasers and mortgagees in good 
faith for valuable consideration as if never executed. Mortgages 
must be renewed (by renewal statement showing amount due, etc., 
for which a form is provided by the Act) within 30 days next 
preceding the expiration of two years from filing, and again within 
30 days next preceding one year from renewal, and so on there- 
after from year to year. No security taken binding any growing 
crop, or crop to be grown in future in whole or in part, is valid 
unless for the purchase price and interest thereon of seed grain. 
There are special provisions in regard to seed grain mortgages. 

Commissions on Sales of Land — No action shall be brought 
whereby to charge any person, either by commission or otherwise, 
for services rendered in connection with the sale of any land, tene- 
ments or hereditaments, or any interest therein, unless the contract 

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250 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

upon which recovery is sought in such action, or some note or 
memorandum thereof is in writing, signed by the party sought to be 
charged or by his agent thereunto lawfully authorised in writing. 

Companies — The companies ordinance is modelled largely after 
the English Companies Act. A company may become incorporated 
(provided the requirements as to the scope of its objects, the fees 
payable, etc., are complied with) on filing with the Registrar of 
Joint Stock Companies a memorandum of association signed by 
three or more persons. 

Companies Winding 'Up — The Alberta winding-up ordinance 
provides! for the voluntary winding up of a company incorporated 
by or under any Statute of the Province. 

Proceedings for winding up begun by creditors by reason of 
the insolvency of a company must be begun under the Dominion 
Winding-up Act. 

Compensation to the Families of Persons Killed by Accidents — 
Whenever the death of a person has been caused by such wrongful 
act, neglect or default as would (if death had not ensued) have 
entitled the party injured to damages, an action to recover 
damages may be brought in the name of the executor or adminis- 
trator for the benefit of the wife, husband, parent, child, brother 
or sister of the deceased, and the Court may give damages propor- 
tionated to the injury to the parties for whose benefit the action 
is brought. Not more than one action lies in respect of the same 
subject matter of complaint, and it must be commenced within 
twelve months after the death. 

Conditional Sales of TJoods — ^Whenever, on a sale or bailment 
of goods of the value of $15.00 or over, it is agreed, provided or 
conditioned that the right of property, or right of possession in 
whole or in part, shall remain in the seller or bailor notwithstand- 
ing that the actual possession of the goods passes to the buyer or 
bailee, the seller or bailor cannot set up any such right of property 
or right of possession as against any purchaser or mortgagee of 
or from the buyer or bailee of such goods in good faith for valuable 
consideration, or as against judgments, executions or attachments 
against the purchaser or bailee, unless such sale or bailment with 
such agreement, proviso or condition is in writing (which writing 
must describe the goods so that they may be readily known and 
distinguished), signed by the bailee or his agent, and registered 
in the office of the registration clerk for chattel mortgages in the 
registration district within which the buyer or bailee resides, 
within thirty days from the time of the actual delivery of the goods 
to the bailee or buyer; and in the event of the goods being delivered 
in a registration district other than that in which the buyer or 
iDailee resides at the time of such delivery, registration must be 
made within 30 days from the time of the actual delivery of the 
goods in the registration district in which the goods are delivered. 
If the goods, after delivery, are removed into another registration 
district, further registration is required in the latter district 
within 60 days after removal. The documents registered must be 
accompanied by an afiidavit of bona fides made by the seller or 
bailor, or his agent. 

The above provisions do not apply in cases of conditional sales 
or bailments of incor.porated companies to railway companies, if 
a contract evidencing the conditional sale or bailment, or a copy 
thereof, certified under the hand of the President or Vice-President 
and Secretary of the company and verified by an affidavit of the 
Secretary thereof attached or endorsed thereon and having th6 
corporate seal attached thereto, is filed with the Registrar of Joint 
Stock Companies within thirty days from the execution thereof. 



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Creditors Relief — The Creditors Relief Act, passed In Decem- 
ber, 1910, aims to prevent priority among execution creditors. The 
Act makes provision for moneys attached as well as moneys levied 
under execution being paid ratably to creditors who place executions 
in the hands of the Sheriff within specified times. Elaborate provi- 
sions are made for notices, distributions, contesting claims. Inter- 
pleader, priority claims, etc. 

Decedents' Estates — An official known as the Public Adminis- 
trator is appointed within each judicial district, whose duty It is 
to take the necessary and proper steps to administer the estates 
of deceased persons for which administration is not applied for 
within a specified time. The Public Administrator is also the 
official guardian and is frequently appointed to act on behalf of 
infants interested where estate matters are before the Court. 

Devolution of Estates — The property of any man dying intestate 
and leaving a widow but no issue, belongs to such widow absolutely 
and exclusively, provided that prior to his death such widow had 
not left him and lived in adultery after leaving him. 

The mother of any person dying intestate without a wife, child 
or father, is entitled to the whole of the property. 

In the distribution of personal property of any woman dying 
intestate, her illegitimate children shall be entitled to the same 
rights as if they were legitimate. 

The mother Is entitled to the personal property of an illegiti- 
mate child who dies intestate. 

Land in the Province goes to the personal representatives of 
the deceased owner thereof and shall be dealt with and distributed 
as personal estate. 

Dower and tenancy by the curtesy are both abolished. A 
widow has the same right in the land of her deceased husband as 
if it were personal property. A husband has the same right in 
the land of his deceased wife as the wife has in the personal pro- 
perty of her deceased husband. 

If a wife has left her husband and has lived in adultery after 
leaving him, she takes no part of his land. If a husband has left 
his wife and has lived in adultery after leaving her, he takes no 
part of her land. 

Illegitimate children inherit from the mother as if they were 
legitimate, and through the mother, if dead, any land which she 
would. If living, have taken by purchase, gift, devise or descent 
from any other person. 

When an illegitimate child dies intestate without Issue, the 
mother of such child shall inherit any lands which the said child 
was the owner of at the time of his death. 

By the Married Women's Relief Act, Chapter 18, of the Statutes 
of Alberta, 1910 (second session), the widow of a man who dies 
leaving a will by the terms of which his said widow would, in the 
opinion of the judge before whom the application is made, receive 
less than if he had died intestate, may apply to the Supreme Court 
for relief. Such application must be made within six months after 
the death of her husband. , 

. Execution— Execution may issue at any time within six years 
after judgment and later upon the order of a Judge, It loses its 
priority according to the time of its original delivery unless renewed 
within two years, and must again be renewed within two year? 
from last renewal, etc. (See also under "Assignment" and 
"'Creditors Relief.") . , 

Exemptions — The following real and personal property of an 
execution debtor and his family is free from seizure by virtue af 
all writs of execution, namely: — : .: 



262 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

1. The necessary and ordinary clothing of himself and hla 
family; 

2. Furniture, household furnishings, dairy utensils, swine and 
poultry to the extent of five hundred dollars; 

3. The necessary food for the family of the execution debtor 
during six months, which may include grain and flour, or vegeta- 
bles, and meat either prepared for use or on foot; 

4. Three oxen, horses or mules or any three of them, six cowa, 
six sheep, three pigs, and fifty domestic fowls besides the animals 
the execution debtor may have chosen to keep for food purposes, 
and food for the same for the months of November, December, 
January, February, March and April, or for such of these months 
or portions thereof as may follow the date of seizure, provided 
such seizure be made between the first day of August and the 
thirtieth day of April next ensuing; 

5. The harness necessary for three animals, one waggon or 
two carts, one mower or cradle and scythe, one breaking plough, 
one cross plough, one set of harrows, one horse rake, one sewing 
machine, one reaper or binder, one set of sleighs and one seed 
drill; 

6. The books of a professional man; 

7. The tools and necessary implements to the extent of two 
hundred dollars, used by the execution debtor in the practice of 
his trade or profession; 

8. Seed grain sufficient to seed all his land under cultivation 
not exceeding eighty acres, at the rate of two bushels per acre, 
defendant to have choice of seed, and fourteen bushels of potatoes; 

9. The homestead, provided the same be not more than one 
hundred and sixty acres; in case it be more the surplus may be 
sold subject to any lien or incumbrance thereon; 

10. The house and buildings occupied by the execution debtors, 
and also the lot or lots on which the same are situate according 
to the registered plan of the same, to the extent of fifteen hundred 
dollars. 

The execution debtor is entitled to a choice from the greater 
quantity of the same kind of articles which are exempt from 
seizure. No article, the price of which forms the subject matter 
of the judgment upon which the execution is issued, is exempt 
from seizure, except for the food, clothing and bedding of the 
execution debtor and his family. 

In case of the death of the execution debtor, his property 
exempt from seizure under execution, is exempt from seizure under 
execution against his personal representative, if the said property 
is in the use and enjoyment of the widow and children, or widow, 
or children of the deceased and is necessary for their support. 

The above exemptions do not apply to any case where the debtor 
has absconded, or is about to abscond from the Province, leaving 
no wife or family, not to an execution issued upon a judgment or 
order for the payment of alimony. 

Factors and Mercantile Agents — The Factors Act of the Pro- 
vince is almost in the exact words of the English Factors Act of 
1889. 

Fire Insurance — Where, by reason of necessity, accident or 
mistake the conditions of any contract of fire insurance on pro- 
perty in the Province, as to the proof to be given to the Insurance 
Company after the occurrence of a fire, have not been strictly 
complied with, or where, after a statement or proof of loss has 
been given in good faith, by or on behalf of the assured, in pursu- 
ance of any proviso or condition of such contract, the company, 
through its agent or otherwise, objects to the loss upon other 
grounds than for imperfect compliance with such conditions, or 



ALBERTA. 253 

does not, within a reasonable time after receiving such statement 
or proof, notify the assured in writing that such statement or 
proof is objected to and what are the particulars in which the same 
is alleged to be defective, and so from time to time, or where for 
any other reason the Court or Judge before whom a question 
relating to such insurance tried or inquired into, considers it 
inequitable that the insurance should be deemed void or forfeited 
by reason of imperfect compliance with such conditions, no objec- 
tion to the sufficiency of such statement or proof, or amendment 
or supplemental statement or proof, as the case may be, shall in 
any such case be allowed as a discharge of the liability of the 
company on such contract of insurance wherever entJered into. 

Where the loss, if any, under any policy has, with the consent 
of the company, been made payable to some person or persons or 
company other than the assured, as mortgagee or mortgagees, said 
policy shall not be cancelled by the company upon the application 
of the assured, nor in any case without reasonable notice to the 
said mortgagee or mortgagees. 

Certain statutory conditions are specified to be deemed as 
against the insurers part of every contract of fire insurance and 
to be printed in the policies. Variations in such conditions may 
be made by the insurers by complying with certain requirements 
as to conspicuous notices of such variations. Conditions held by 
the Court to be not just and reasonable are void. Decisions 
thereon are subject to review or appeal to the same extent as in 
other cases. 

Foreign Companies — No foreign company having gain for its 
object or a part of its object can carry on any part of its business 
in the Province unless registered. 

The taking orders by travellers for goods, wares or merchan- 
dise, to be subsequently imported into the Province to fill such 
orders, or the buying or selling of such goods, wares or merchan- 
dise by correspondence, if the company has no resident agent or 
representative, and no warehouse, office or place of business in 
the Province, the onus of proving which, in any prosecution, rests 
on the accused, shall not be deemed to be carrying on business 
under the meaning of the ordinance. 

Registration is made by filing certain statements and appoint- 
ing an attorney to accept service of process and receive notices, 
etc., within the Province, and paying certain fees according to 
schedule. j 

Any foreign company required to become registered cannot, 
while unregistered, maintain any action or other proceeding in any 
Court in respect of any contract made in whole or in part within 
the Province in the course of or in connection with business carried 
on without registration. The burden of showing that it is 
registered is upon the company. 

There are also certain penalties by fine in case of carrying on 
business without registration. 

Insurance for the Benefit of Wife and Children — One may 
Insure, or subsequently to insurance declare (in writing) the 
insurance to be, for the benefit of his wife and children, or some 
or one of them. This creates a trust, and the moneys payable 
under the policy go direct to the wife and children, or some or one 
of them, according to the terms of the policy or declaration, and 
is not chargeable with the insured's debts, nor does it form part 
of his estate. The trust may be extended and reapportioned by 
the insured. 

The Act has full and detailed provisions giving certain powers 
and protection and providing for possible circumstances and 
contingencies. 



264' SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

Intestacy — Th© Law of Alberta is practically the Lraw of Eng- 
land with the exception that the widow of a man dying leaving no 
issue, takes all his property, provided that prior to his death, she 
had not left him or lived in adultery. The mother of a person 
dying intestate without wife, child or father, shall be entitled to 
the whole of his property. 

Illegitimate children share the property of the mother dying 
intestate as if they were legitimate, and the mother of any such 
children dying intestate shall be entitled to the personal property 
of the child. Land descends and is distributed as if it were per- 
sonal estate; both dower and courtesy have been abolished. 

Justices of the Peace — Justices of the Peace are appointed by 
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council for the Province, and have 
jurisdiction throughout the same. Besides their jurisdiction in 
criminal matters, they have certain civil jurisdiction in certain 
matters specified by certain ordinances. 

Land Titles — The Torrens system is in force. Procedure Is 
provided by the Act for bringing under the Act any land not 
already so. Nearly all the land is now under the Land Titles Act 
and dealt with under the Torrens system. 

Instruments are entitled to priority according to the time of 
registration. 

Whenever any land is granted by the Crown, the Registrar 
retains the Letters Patent and a certificate or title is granted to 
the patentee. Upon the registration of each transfer, the late 
certificate of title is cancelled and a new one issued to the new 
registered owner. The original certificate of title is retained in 
the office and a duplicated certificate of title delivered to the owner. 
When the land is mortgaged, the duplicate certificate of title is 
impounded and retained in the Registry OflBce until the mortgage 
is discharged. 

(Section 43) "The land mentioned in any certificate of title 
granted under this Act shall, by implication and without any 
special mention therein, unless the contrary is expressly declared, 
be subject to — 

(o) Any subsisting reservations or exceptions contained in the 
original grant of the land from the Crown; 

(&) All unpaid taxes; 

(c) Any public highway or right of way, or other public ease- 
ment, howsoever created upon, over or in respect of the 
land; 

{d) Any subsisting lease or agreement for a lease for a period 
not exceeding three years, where there is actual occupa- 
tion of the land under the same; 

(e) Any decrees, orders or executions against or affecting the 
interest of the owner of the land which have been regis- 
tered and maintained in force against the owner; 

(/) Any right of expropriation which may, by statute or 
ordinance, be vested in any person, body corporated, or 
. His Majesty; 

(g) Any right of way or other easement granted or acquired 
under the provisions of any Act or law in force in the 
Province." 

(Section 44) "Every certificate of title granted under this Act 
shall (except in case of fraud, wherein the owner has participated 
or colluded), so long as the same remains in force and uncancelled 
under this Act be conclusive evidence in all Courts as against His 
Majesty and all persons whomsoever that the person named therein 
is entitled to the land included in the same, for the estate or inter- 
est therein specified, subject to the exceptions and reservations 



ALBERTA. 255 

mentioned in th^ next preceding section, except so far as regards 
any portion of land by wrong description of boundaries, or parcels 
included in such certificate of title, and except as against any per- 
son claiming under a prior certificate of title granted under this 
Act or granted under any law heretofore in force relating to titles 
to real property in respect of the same land; and for the purpose 
of this section that persons shall be deemed to claim under a prior 
certificate of title who is holder of or whose claim is derived dir- 
ectly or indirectly from the person who was the holder of the 
earliest certificate of title granted, notwithstanding that such certi- 
ficate of title has been surrendered and a new certificate of title 
has been granted upon any transfer or other instrument." 

Forms of transfers, leases (for over three years), mortgages, 
encumbrances and other instruments are provided by the Act. 
Provision is made for implied powers and covenants in respect of 
certain instruments. There is provision for short form covenants 
In leases and mortgages. Pull and detailed provisions are made 
with regard to registration of plans and sub-divisions. If any 
instrument is executed by attorney, the power of attorney must be 
registered. All instruments, unless executed by a corporation and 
except judgments or orders of Court, etc., must, in order to become 
registered, be duly witnessed and accompanied by affidavit of 
execution in the form, and complete in the manner, required by 
the Act. (See below). Provision is made for transmission of 
title to land or mortgage, etc., into the name of the executor or 
administrator of the estate of a deceased person. Executions and 
renewals thereof are registered by notice given by the Sheriff to 
the Registrar. 

Provision is made for the protection in the Registry Office of 
any person claiming to be interested under any will, settlement 
or trust deed, or any instrument of transfer or transmission, or 
under an unregistered instrument, or under an execution where 
the execution creditor seeks to affect land in which the execution 
debtor is interested beneficially but the title of which is registered 
in the name of some other person or otherwise howsoever in any 
land, mortgage or encumbrance, by his filing a caveat in the form 
provided by the Act, which prevents the Registrar from registering 
an instrument purporting to affect the land, mortgage, or encum- 
brance in respect of which said caveat is lodged, unless such 
instrument be expressed to be subject to the claim of the caveator. 
Provisions are made for withdrawal or, under certain conditions, 
lapse, of the caveat and for proceedings in connection therewith. 
The purchasers' rights under an agreement of sale are often in 
practice protected by caveat. 

Affidavits of execution of instruments made within the Province, 
must be taken before the Inspector of Land Titles Offices or the 
Registrar or Deputy Registrar of the registration district in which 
the land is situated, or before a Judge, Stipendiary Magistrate, 
Notary Public, Commissioner for taking aflSdavits, or a Justice of 
Peace in or for the Province. 

Affidavits of execution of instruments made without the Pro- 
vince, must be taken before certain specified officials as follows: — 
(a) If made in any Province of Canada, before a Judge of any 
Court of Record, any Commissioner authorized to take 
affidavits in such province for use in any Court of Record 
in this Province, or before any Notary Public under his 
official seal; or 
H) If made in Great Britain or Ireland, before a Judge of the 
Supreme Court of Judicature in England or Ireland, or 
of the Court of Sessions or of the Judiciary Court In 
Scotland, or a Judge of any of the County Courts within 



256 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

his county, or the Mayor of any city or incorporated town 
under the common seal of such city or town, or before 
any Commissioner in Great Britain or Ireland, author- 
ized to take affidavits therein, for use in any Court of 
Record in the Province, or a Notary Public under his 
official seal; or 

(c) If made in any British colony or possession out of Canada, 

before a Judge of any Court of Record, the Mayor of any 
city or incorporated town under the common seal of such 
city or town, or Notary Public under his official seal; or 

(d) If made in any foreign country, before the Mayor of any 

city or incorporated town, under the common seal of any 
such city or town, or before the British Consul, Vice- 
consul or Consular Agent residing therein, or before any 
Judge of any Court of Record, or a Notary Public under 
his official seal. 
The registration fees are partly applied to what is known as 
the "Assurance Fund," which is liable for the protection of owners 
or encumbrancers in certain cases of mistake or errors in the 
Registry Office. 

(See the Land Titles Act, Statutes of Alberta, 1906, Chap. 24.) 
Land Registration Fees — (Extract from Order in Council, Feb. 
22, 1912.) 

Fees for Registration or Filing. — 10. For registering a 
transfer and issuing a certificate of title thereon and dupli- 
cate thereof and including fees for memorandums, searches 
and inspections — 

Where the value of the property does not exceed $500, 

including fees payable to assurance fund $3.00 

Where the value of the property is over $500 4.00 

And in addition the fees payable to the assurance fund. 
(See, however, items Nos. 13 and 38.) 

11. For registering or filing any lease (exclusive of the fee 
of $2.00 for leasehold certificate of title), mortgage, encum- 
brance, or charge, surrender or power of attorney, including 
all memorandums, searches and other services connected 
therewith 1.50 

(See, however, item No. 13.) 
(a) For every such mortgage or encumbrance after the 

first 1.50 

12. For registering or filing any certificate, order or decree 
of a court or judge, or any assignment or discharge wholly or 
partially of a mortgage, encumbrance or charge; or a satis- 
faction of an annuity, or any other instrument affecting land 
other than those particularly specified in this tariff, but not 
including mechanics' liens, including all memorandums, 
searches and other services connected therewith 1.00 

(See, however, item No. 13.) 

13. When any instrument registered deals with or affects 
land in more than one certificate of title, for each memoran- 
dum after the first memorandum 50 

14. For filing each caveat and for preparing and mailing 

the notices in connection therewith 2.00 

15. For entering withdrawal of caveat 1 . 00 

16. For every extra memorial required to be made in con- 
nection with the filing or withdrawal of a caveat 50 

17. For registering or filing writ of fieri facias or a satis- 
faction or withdrawal thereof, including all memorandums 

and other services connected therewith 1.00 

Plans. — 18. For registration of each plan of subdivision, 
exclusive of extra certificates of title 10. 00 



ALBERTA. 257 

And a further fee for each lot or separate parcel into which 
the land is proposed to be subdivided, as shown on plan 50 

19. Registration of Order cancelling or varying plan .... 2.00 

20. Receiving plan profile or book of reference of railway- 
right of way, required to be deposited under any Railway 

Act 1.00 

21. Receiving plan of railway right of way for filing under 
the Land Titles Act, for each mile of right of way shown on 

plan 1.00 

22. Every blue print copy of plan or part of plan per 
square foot 15 

Minimum fee 1.00 

District Registrar's certificate on same ■ 1.00 

23. For all other services of surveyor per hour 2.00 

24. For each map or plan deposited under any other Act 

than The Land Titles Act or Railway Act 1.00 

General, — 25. For taking each affidavit or solemn declar- 
ation 20 

26. For each search for each lot or parcel of land or for 

any name 25 

27. For a certificate as to decrees, orders or executions, 
including one search, for one name 50 

And for each additional name 25 

28. For each certificate of charge 50 

29. For each abstract respecting land included in one cer- 
tificate of title, or respecting each quarter section for 
which certificate of title has not been granted, including 

all charges for searches and certificates 50 

Provided that where the entries on such abstract exceed 
five in number an additional fee of ten cents for all such 
additional entries shall be charged. 

30. For production of each instrument filed or registered. .10 

31. For returning the documents of title deposited in sup- 
port of an application on withdrawal or rejection of any 
application for certificate of title 1.00 

32. For certified copy of or extract from any registered 
instrument or instrument otherwise in the custody of the 
registrar, per first folio of 100 words 1.00 

For every folio, or part of folio after first 10 

33. For each certificate and reference to a court or judge, 
excepting a reference made under section 113 of The Land 
Titles Act 2.00 

34. For attending a court or judge on reference or on 
hearing of any petition or on any proceeding or on produc- 
ing any document on any application or proceeding before 

a court or judge, for each hour 1.00 

35. For a certificate of title or duplicate issued to replace 

one worn out, filed up, destroyed or lost 2 .00 

(a) Where a certificate of title or duplicate thereof has 
been lost or destroyed for perusing proof of loss 
and settling notice for publication and for all other 
services, excepting new certificates of title 1.00 

36. For consolidating two or more certificates of title.. 2.00 
For each memorial of cancellation after the first two. . .50 

37. For certificate of title issued on any instrument not 
otherwise provided for, and for duplicate certificate 2.00 

38. If more than one certificate of title is required upon 
the same instrument, for each certificate with duplicate 
thereof after the first certificate 2.00 



258 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

39. On each correction in a certificate of title, including 
examination of the evidence 1.00 

40. On rejection of each instrument presented for regis- 
tration, to be charged in the discretion of the Registrar... 1.00 

41. For each certificate signed by the Registrar, Deputy 
Registrar or Acting-Registrar and authenticated' by the 
registrar's official seal, and not otherwise provided for.... .25 

Assurance Fund Fees — Note — In addition to the above fees 
there is payable to the assurance fund on the registration upon 
every absolute transfer of land after the issue of the first certifi- 
cate of title therefor, one-fifth of one per cent, of the value of the 
land transferred if such value amounts to or is less than five thou- 
sand dollars, and one-tenth of one per cent, on the additional 
value where such value exceeds five thousand dollars; and upon 
every subsequent transfer upon the increase of value since the 
granting of the last certificate of title one-fifth of one per cent, 
if the increase is not more than five thousand dollars, and one- 
tenth of one per cent, on any excess over such five thousand 
dollars, such valuation in each case to be ascertained by the oath 
or affirmation of the applicant, owner, or person acquiring the 
land, or of such other person as the registrar believes to be 
acquainted with the value of the land and whose oath or affirma- 
tion he is willing to accept. 

Limitation of Actions — All actions for recovery of merchants 
accounts, bills, notes, and all actions of debt grounded upon any 
lending or other contract without specialty must be commenced 
within six years after the cause of such action arose. 

The provision of the Real Property Limitation Act, 1874, being 
Chapter 57 of the Statutes of the Imperial Parliament, passed in 
the 37th and 38th years of Her Majesty's reign, are, by statute, 
declared to be in force in the Province and to have been in force 
since the passing thereof. 

No right to the access and use of light or any other easement, 
right in gross or profit a prendre are to be acquired by prescription. 

Married Women — Married women, in respect of both land and 
personal property, have all the rights and are subject to all the 
liabilities of a feme sole. 

Mechanics' Liens — The Mechanics' Lien Act gives a lien to a con- 
tractor, sub-contractor, labourer and furnisher of material. The 
lien expires in 31 days after completion of the work of furnishing 
of the material, unless registered as provided by the Act. The 
lien ceases to exist after the expiration of 90 days after the regis- 
tration unless proceedings are instituted in the meantime and a 
certificate of such commencement of proceedings lodged in the 
Registry Office. 

If the work of improvements are put upon mortgaged premises, 
the lien takes priority over the mortgage to the extent of the 
increase in value of the mortgaged premises by reason of such work 
or improvements, to be determined according as is provided by the 
Act. 

There are provisions (in cases where the contract price exceeds 
$500.00) by which an owner may, in paying his contractor, take 
measures to protect himself against labourers' liens by requiring 
production of the receipted pay-roll. 

No lien, except for more than six weeks' wages in favor of 
labourers, attaches so as to make an owner liable for a greater sum 
than the sum owing by the owner to the contractor at the time of 
the receipt by the owner or person having superintendence of the 
work on behalf of the owner, of notice in writing of such lien and 
of the amount thereof; or which may become owing by the owner 



ALBERTA. 259 

to the contractor at any time subsequent thereto, while such lien 
is in effect. Where more than one such notice is given, the later 
notice must contain a statement, as provided by the Act, of the 
total amount of balance owing. 

See the Mechanics' Lien Act, Chapter 21, of the Statutes of 
1906, and amendments thereto. 

Unearned Increment — By this Act, assented to on the 25 th of 
October, 1913, it is provided that there shall be payable upon the 
resignation of any transfer of land a tax of 5% on the increased 
value of the said land over and above the value thereof, according 
to the last preceding value, excluding in all cases the costs of 
improvements, or of development work actually made or done 
upon or in connection with the said land. 

It is further provided by the Act that this tax shall not be 
payable upon the transmission of the land of a deceased person or 
upon any transfer from the executors or administrators of any such 
person to any person entitled to receive it, or upon registration of 
any grant from the Crown. And it is further provided that no 
tax shall be payable under this Act in respect of the transfer of- 
unsubdivided land of which at least 10% was under cultivation, 
and which was actually and bona fide used by the transferor fo^r 
agricultural purposes during the twelve months immediately pre- 
ceding the transaction which results in the making of the transfer, 
except to the extent of the excess area of land beyond 640 acres in 
which the transferor was beneficially interested immediately before 
the transaction which results in the making of the transfer, and 
to the extent of the excess value of the land transferred beyond 
the sum of $50.00 per acre without improvements. 

For the purpose of ascertaining the first taxable value for the 
purposes of this Act, the last value for the purposes of this Act 
shall be deemed to be: 

(a) $15.00 per acre in the case of land not within any incor- 
porated city, town or village. 

(b) The assessed value of any land within any incorporated 
city, town or village, according to the last revised assessment roll 
for the year 1913. 

(c) If land has been bought before the passing of the said Act 
for a sum in excess of the aforesaid valuations then the price af 
which it was bought shall be deemed to be the last value, or if it 
be made to appear to the Registrar that at the time of the pass^ngi 
of the Act the value of farm lands exceeded the sum of $15.00 per 
acre, the actual value of the land shall be the last value. By the 
said Act it is further provided that no transfer shall be registered 
until the tax is payable. 

Partnership — The law of partnership is codified under "The 
Partnership Ordinance" (Consolidated Ordinances of the Terri- 
tories, 1905, Chapter 94) which is almost in the same words as 
the English Partnership Act. 

There is also an Act requiring registration of partnerships for 
trading, manufacturing, contracting or mining purposes. A dec- 
laration setting out certain particulars must be filed in the office 
of the Registration Clerk of the district for the registration of 
chattel mortgages in which the business is or is intended to bo 
carried on, within six months next after the formation of the 
partnership, or at any time upon a fiat of a Judge. A similar dec- 
laration must be filed on any change of partnership. Registration 
is also required in the case of a person carrying on business himself 
under a trade name or using the words "& Company," etc. A 
penalty is provided in case of failure to register. 



2()0 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Replevin — Where plaintiff claims goods are unlawfully detained 
from him, he may, after issue of writ of summons, obtain a writ of 
replevin for the delivery of the property to him on his complying 
with certain rules. These rules include the filing of an affidavit 
setting out certain facts and (before replevy is made) giving a 
bond to the Sheriff in double the value of the property, which bond 
is assignable to the defendant by the Sheriff endorsing his name 
thereon, and which endorsement enables the defendant to bring an 
action thereon in his own name against the parties who have 
executed it. The defendant may recover under the bond the value 
of the property replevied, the amount of any judgment in his favor 
in the original action, and such damages as he may have suffered 
by reason of the replevy. Provision is made for service of the 
writ of replevin; which service is not made until after the Sheriff 
has replevied; and certain powers are given to the Sheriff for 
enforcing the writ should the property be concealed. Provision is 
made for the defendant retaining the property (except in case of 
distress for rent or damage feasant) upon giving security which 
may be assigned by the Sheriff to the plaintiff by endorsement, 
which endorsement enables the plaintiff to bring action in his own 
name against the parties who have executed the security. 

Sale of Goods — The law is codified in "The Sale of Gooas 
Ordinance," which is similar to the English Act. 

Succession Duties — An estate, the value of which does not 
exceed $5,000.00, is not liable to pay Succession Duties, nor is an 
estate so liable in respect of the property passing by will or intes- 
tacy, or otherwise, to or for the use of the father, mother, brother, 
sister, husband, wife, child, grand-child, daughter-in-law or son-in- 
law of the deceased, or to any person or persons adopted before 
the age of 12 years by the deceased as his child or children, or to 
any person to whom deceased, for any period less than 10 years 
prior to his death, stood in the acknowledged relation of parent, 
where the aggregate value of the property of the deceased does not 
exceed $25,000.00. 

Save as aforesaid, the estate of any person at the time of hla 
death domiciled in the Province, or who, being domiciled else- 
where, dies leaving property within the Province, is liable to 
Succession Duty to the extent and according to the basis of calcu- 
lation provided by the Act. 

See the "Succession Duty Ordinance," Consolidated ordinance 
of the Territories, 1905, Chapter 116 (as amended by the Statutes 
of Alberta, 1909, Chapter 5, Section 6). 

Wills — The law relating to the execution and interpretation of 
Wills is contained in the North-west Territories Act, being the 
Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, Chapter 62, Sections 17 to 25 
Inclusive. 

Workmen's Compensation — Chapter 98 of the consolidated 
ordinance of the Territories, 1905, being known as "The Workmen's 
Compensation Ordinance," provides that "It shall not be a good 
defence in law to any action against an employer or the successor 
or legal representative of an employer for damages for the injury 
or death of an employee of such employer, that such injury or 
death resulted from the negligence of an employee engaged in a 
common employment with the injured employee, any contract or 
agreement to the contrary notwithstanding." 

The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1908 (being Chapter 12 of 
the Statutes of Alberta of 1908), applies to certain specified 
employments and provides that if in any such employment personal 
Injury by accident arising out of and in course of the employment 



ALBERTA. 261 

is caused to a workman, his employer shall (subject to certain 
provisions) be liable to pay compensation in accordance with a 
schedule to the Act, which schedule provides the scale and condi- 
tions of compensation. 

An employer is not liable under the Act in respect to any injury 
which does not disable the workman for a period of at least two 
weeks from earning full wages. 

When the injury is caused by the personal negligence or willful 
act of the employer or of some person for whose act or default the 
employer is responsible, nothing in the Act is to affect any civil 
liability of the employer, but the workman may, at his option, 
either claim compensation under this Act or take proceedings inde- 
pendently of the Act. But the employer is not to be liable to pay 
compensation for injury to a workman by accident arising out of 
and in the course of his employment, both independently of and 
also under the Act, and is not to be liable to any person inde- 
pendently of the Act, except in case of such personal negligence 
or willful act as aforesaid. 

If it is proved that the injury to a workman is attributable to 
the serious and willful misconduct of that workman, any compen- 
sation claimed in respect of that injury shall, unless the injury 
results in death or permanent disablement, be disallowed. 

Provision is made for settling questions that may arise with 
regard to the statute, injury sustained, the nature of the employ- 
ment, etc., by arbitration. The arbitration procedure is provided 
by the Act. 

Provision is made in case action is brought independently of 
the Act and dismissed, for compensation to be awarded under the 
Act (if the plaintiff so chooses) and for deduction for costs, etc., 
ahd a certificate is given of the compensation and deduction, which 
certificate has the effect of an award. 

There are provisions limiting the time within which notice in 
writing must be given and claims for compensation made. 



262 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by Barnard^ 

Robertson, Heisterman & Tait, Victoria, of the British 

Columbia Bar. 

Bevised to January 1st, 1914. 

The Courts are: Court of Appeal, Supreme Court, and County 
Court. 

The Court of Appeal consists of five Judges. 

The Supreme Court consists of six Judges, headed by the 
Chief Justice of British Columbia, who singly exercise the func- 
tions of the superior Courts of first instance with unlimited 
jurisdiction . 

The County Court has Common Law Jurisdiction up to one 
thousand dollars, and an equitable jurisdiction not exceeding 
$2,500.00. In places where there is no Supreme Court Judge, the 
County Court Judge is also local Judge of the Supreme Court, and 
has, generally speaking, the jurisdiction of a Supreme Court Judge, 
as far as interlocutory civil matters are concerned. He also has 
a special mining jurisdiction in mining districts. 

There is also a Small Debts Court, presided over by a stipen- 
diary Magistrate, having jurisdiction in simple actions for debts 
not exceeding $100.00. In the Small Debts Court, however, no 
counterclaim can be entertained. 

In addition to the above Courts there are the local Admiralty 
Courts, which, however, are not controlled by Provincial Legisla- 
tion. 

Absconding Debtor — Any person in the Province owing an 
amount exceeding $100.00, who leaves the jurisdiction with intent 
to defraud his creditors, is liable to have his goods seized under a 
Writ of Attachment. Similarly, the Plaintiff, upon showing that 
the Defendant owes him $100.00 or more, and is about to leave the 
jurisdiction, may, upon proper affidavits being filed, have the 
Defendant arrested under a Writ of Capias ad Respondendum, 
when the Defendant remains in custody unless he gives bail. 
After Judgment, however, the Defendant may be discharged if he 
can show inability to pay the debt. 

Similarly a judgment Debtor may be arrested under a Writ of 
Capias ad Satisfaciendum, on a showing by the Plaintiff that he is 
about to leave the Province with intent to defraud his creditors, 
but he will be discharged if he can show inability to pay the debt. 

It will be noted that in British Columbia the old law prevails, 
and a defendant is subject to arrest on a Writ of Ca. Re. upon 
showing that he is about to leave the jurisdiction without allega- 
tion that he is doing so for the purpose of defrauding his creditors. 

Within its jurisdiction the County Court has the same powers 
as to arrest as the Supreme Court. 

Assignment for Benefit of Creditors — The Debtor may assign 
all his real and personal estate to any person for the purpose of 
distributing his assets rateably among his creditors. Such assign- 
ment must be registered in the County Court within twenty-one 
days, and notice thereof published in the "British Columbia 
Gazette" and a local newspaper. Such assignment takes prece- 
dence of all judgments, executions and attachments, not completely 
executed by payment. 

The Assignee may be selected by the Debtor, but may be 
removed by a Judge on the application of a Creditor, who must 
show cause on petition verified by affidavit. All questions are 
decided at a creditors' meeting by a majority of votes. Voting 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 263 

powers are established by statute on a sliding scale, according to 
thie amounts of the claims. 

Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages — These must be filed in 
the local County Court Registry within five days where the goods 
mortgaged are within the corporate limits of a City or Town con- 
taining a County Court Registry. In other cases registration must 
be effected within twenty-one days. At the same time there must 
be filed an affidavit of execution by the witness, and an affidavit of 
bona fides by the Grantor. Bills of Sale take priority according 
to the date of registration. 

Hire and Purchase Agreements and Trading Partnership Agree- 
ments must also be registered. 

Should any Bill of Sale be given subject to any defeasance, con- 
dition or declaration not therein mentioned, the filing is void. 

Coal — Any person may stake unalienated coal lands, and after 
advertisement, apply for the right to prospect the same. Such 
application must be accompanied by a fee of $100.00, and the 
claim must not exceed 640 acres. Upon showing that coal has 
been discovered, a lease for a term of five years may be obtained 
at an annual rental of fifteen cents an acre. Under every lease 
$100.00 worth of work must be done annually or that amount paid 
to the Government. Not more than ten claims may be grouped 
and all the work done on one claim. Upon complying with the 
Act, and proving the existence of coal, a Crown Grant may be 
obtained upon payment of $10.00 per acre, though if the surface 
rights have been previously alienated by the Crown, the amount 
payable is $5.00 per acre. There is also a royalty payable in 
respect of coal obtained under these circumstances. An individual 
may stake any number of claims. 

Crown Grants — There have been from time to time a number 
of various forms of Crown Grants in use in British Columbia. At 
present a Crown Grant of lands under the Land Act reserves coal 
and pretroleum, as well as metals both precious and base. A 
Crown Grant under th-e Mineral Act carries the metals, precious 
and base, but not coal and pretroleum or the surface, while a 
Crown Grant under the Coal Mines Act includes co^ and pretro- 
leum, and may or may not carry the surface rights as hereinbefore 
mentioned. 

Crown Lands — In British Columbia Crown Lands belong to the 
Province, and the disposition thereof is regulated by the Land Act. 
Vacant and unoccupied Crown Lands may be acquired by an inr 
dividual either by pre-emption, purchase or lease. The pre-emptor 
who desires to settle upon unsurveyed land must first put a stake 
at one corner of the land required, giving a notice describing the 
land sought for, and must also make application in writing to the 
Assistant Commissioner of Lands for the District in which the land 
is situate. This application must be accompanied by a sketch and 
the declaration required by the Act. 160 acres may be taken up 
in this way by any British subject over eighteen, being the head 
of a family, a widow, or single man, or by any alien upon his mak- 
ing a declaration of intention to become a British subject. Within 
sixty days of the date of his pre-emption record, the Pre-emptOr 
must enter into occupation of the land, and he must not be absent 
from the land more than two months in one year, except with 
leave, which is easily obtained. The Pre-emptor, also, has to make 
improvements of the value of $2.50 per acre, and after two yeats 
residence, and' upon receiving his certificate of such improvements, 
is entitled to a Crown Grant upon payment of $1.00 an acre. The 
purchase price of $1.00 per acre can be paid in four equal annual 
installments, the first one falling due within two years front the 
date of entering upon the land. Where the Pre-emptor settles 
lipon unsurveyed land, he must havfe the land surveyed at his own 
expense, ; No Crown Grant is issued until the' Pre-emptor shall 



264 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

have lived upon the land for at least two years and a fee of $10.00 
Is payable in respect of the Crown Grant. Alien pre-emptors must 
be fully naturalized before receiving a Crown Grant. Only one 
homestead can be pre-empted at a time, but upon obtaining a cer- 
tificate of improvements, a pre-emptor may pre-empt another piece 
of land. He may also apply to purchase land as hereinafter men- 
tioned, whether he has obtained a certificate of improvement or 
not. 

Purchase — Crown Lands, whether surveyed or unsurveyed, are 
open to purchase, unless a reserve has been placed upon the same 
by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, and at present very large 
areas of land have been reserved from lease or purchase pending 
survey, although the same are open to pre-emption. In the case 
of unsurveyed lands the purchaser or agent may stake a tract of 
land not exceeding 640 acres. Within thirty days after staking 
he must post a copy of his location notice in the oflfice of the local 
Commissioner. He must further, within the same period, at his 
own expense, publish this notice for two months in the "British 
Columbia Gazette" and a newspaper published in the district where 
the land is located. Within three months from the date of this 
publication, he must make formal application, in duplicate, to 
purchase the land, to the local Commissioner, such application to 
be accompanied by a deposit of fifty cents an acre, together with a 
declaration of publication. The local Commissioner sends the 
application to the Department at Victoria where the same is adju- 
dicated upon. If leave to purchase is granted, the applicant must 
have the land surveyed and classified at his own expense, and com- 
plete his purchase within six months, unless under special circum- 
stances further time is allowed. 

For surveyed lands, application must be made to the local 
Commissioner, which application must be accompanied by a deposit 
of one quarter of the purchase money. The balance may be paid 
upon acceptance of the application, or in three annual installments, 
bearing interest at 6 per cent. 

Only land suitable for agricultural purposes can be so bought, 
and the samp is classified into first and second class lands. The 
ruling price for first class lands is $10.00 an acre, and for second 
class lands $5.00 an acre. 

Land west of the Cascades, averaging 8,000 feet of milling 
timber to the acre, or east of the cascades, averaging 5,000 feet, 
is not open to sale. 

An individual can only purchase one piece of land in his own 
name in the foregoing manner. 

Leases may be obtained for purposes of cutting hay for a term 
of ten years, and for any other purpose for a term of twenty-one 
years. In case of leases, the procedure is similar to that in the 
case of applying to purchase unsurveyed lands. The leases so 
granted contained a proviso that the Lessee must survey the land 
within six months. Special leases of Lots not exceeding twenty 
acres in area are also granted. 

Enforcement of Judgment — Execution may be issued forthwith 
after judgment. If the Judgment Debtor has real estate, the 
Judgment may be registered in the Land Registry Ofllce against 
his lands, whereupon the Judgment becomes a lien upon the lands, 
and on application to a Judge, leave may be obtained to sell sufli- 
cient thereof to satisfy the Judgment. 

The Debtor's goods are exempt from seizure under execution 
to the amount of five hundred dollars, and homestead lands are 
exempt to the value of $2,500.00. 

The Judgment Debtor may be examined on taking out a sum- 
mons, and compelled to answer questions as to his property at the 
time the debt was incurred and any subsequent disposition thereof. 
Such Debtor may be committed for unsatisfactory answers, or for 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 205 

falling to obey an order for payment made by a Judge as a result of 
such examination. 

In the County Court similar procedure is in force. 

Priority of execution does not exist, but under the Creditor's 
Relief Act, any creditor, by giving proper notice of his claim to the 
Sheriff and the Registrar of the Court within thirty days of a 
seizure by the Sheriff, is given an opportunity to substantiate his 
claim and share rateable in the proceeds of the execution. 

In such case the costs and expenses of the creditor who levied 
the first execution are paid before the division is made. 

Foreign Judgments — An action can be brought on a Foreign 
Judgment against any person within the Jurisdiction of the Court, 
and if the Judgment is not impeached or denied it is prima facie 
evidence against the Defendant. 

Garnishment — Upon affidavit substantiating the claim, moneys 
in the hands of third parties, payable to the Defendant, may be 
attached by the Plaintiff, whereupon the funds are paid into Court. 
Both in the Cupreme and County Courts money may be garnisheed 
upon an Ex Parte application supported by a proper affidavit. A 
Judge, however, may permit a portion of the moneys garnished 
to be refunded to the Debtor for the support of himself and his 
family, such refund not exceeding $40.00 per month. 

Intestacy — Under the Inheritance Act, whenever any person 
dies, any real estate of which he may have been possessed at the 
time of his death descends generally speaking in the following 
manner: 

1. To his lineal descendants and those claiming by or under 
them per stirpes. 

2. To his Father. 

3. To his Mother. 

4. To his collateral relatives. 

5. Provided that if the Intestate leaves a widow or husband 
such widow or husband, as the case may be, is entitled in casa the 
Intestate has left no lawful descendents, to one half of such real 
estate absolutely, and in case the Intestate has left lawful descend- 
ants to one-third of such real estate for life. 

6. If the Intestate leaves several descendants in the direct line, 
the lineal descendants being all of equal degree the Inheritance 
dosc3nds to such persons in equal parts, 

7. If some of the Children of the Intestate are living and others 
dead, the inheritance descends to the children who are living and 
to the descendants of such children as have died. 

Under the Administration Act the personal estate of a person 
dying intestate is distributed in the following manner: 

Ona-third of the surplusage to the wife of the intestate and all 
the residue by equal portions amongst the children of such person 
dying intestate and such persons legally representing such children 
in case any of them be dead. 

If there are any children of the intestate or legal representatives 
of them, then one moiaty of the surplusage is allotted to the wife 
of the Intestate and the remainder thereof is distributed eaually to 
every of the next of kin of the Intestate who are of equal degree 
and those who legally represent them. 

If there is no wife the whole of the surplusage is distributed 
equally amongst the children, and if there is neither wife nor 
children, to the next of kin in equal degree. 

If after the death of the Father any of his children shall die 
intestate without wife or children in the lifetime of the Mother, 
the brothers and sisters, or the representatives of them shall have 
an eaual share with her. 

Joint Stock Companies — Ih 1910 a new Companies Act was 
passed, largely based on the Imperial Statute of 1908, in which the 
chief novel feature is the adoption of stringent regulations with 

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266 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

regard to prospectuses, and the liability of directors for the state- 
ments therein contained. As before, the liability of a shareholder 
may be limited to the amount of his shares, by guarantee, or may 
be unlimited. 

Railway Companies cannot be incorporated under this Act. 

Special clauses permitting Mining Companies to be incorporated 
without personal liability are continued, as are the provisions 
respecting extra Provincial Companies, which were first enacted 
in 1897. Extra Provincial English and Canadian Companies are 
required to take out a license in British Columbia before doing 
business, the fee for which is graduated according to the amount 
of their capital, but where one half of the capital is already 
Invested in an existing business outside of the Province, the fee in 
no case exceeds $250.00. When so licensed, such a company may 
do business in British Columbia in accordance with the terms of 
its charter. In the case of other extra Provincial Companies, 
registration must be applied for, for which the same fees are 
charged as for a license. 

Registered extra Provincial Companies, unlike licensed 
companies, are required to comply with all the provisions 
of the British Columbia Companies Act, including the filing of 
annual returns. Extra Provincial Companies doing business in the 
Province without being licensed or registered, are subject, upon 
conviction, to a fine not exceeding $50.00 a day for every day upon 
which they have so transacted business. Since the passage of the 
present Companies Act, the local agents of such companies are also 
liable to a penalty of $20.00 a day. Prosecutions for the recovery 
of these penalties, however, must be commenced within six months, 
and then only with the written consent of the Attorney-General. 
Until so licensed or registered, an extra Provincial Company can- 
not maintain an action as plaintiff in British Columbia Courts in 
respect of any contract made in the course of its business. This 
disability, however, can be avoided by the obtaining of a license 
or registration before trial. 

A special limited license is also granted to extra Provincial 
Companies desiring only to obtain power to acquire, hold and 
alienate land, and to loan and invest its money in land or other 
j^ecurities. The fee for such limited license is $50.00. 

Judgments — In the Supreme Court in the case of specially 
endorsed Writ for a liquidated demand, if the defendant fails to 
appear within eight days, final judgment may be entered for the 
amount endorsed on the Writ, together with interest at the rate 
specified. Under proper conditions speedy judgment can also be 
obtained where the Defendant has no good defence, but has only 
entered an appearance for purposes of delay. 

In the County Court a similar practice prevails. 

Land Registry — All titles are registered, and under Section 74 
of the Land Registry Act of 1911, no instrument purporting to 
transfer, charge, deal with, or affect land, or any estate or interest 
therein (except a leasehold interest in possession for a term not 
exceeding three years) shall pass any estate or interest, either at 
law or in equity, in such land, until the same is registered. 

The owner of the property applying for a certificate of Title 
may apply either for an absolute or an indefeasible fee. In the 
latter case, slightly higher fees are required, and his title is there- 
upon guaranteed by the Government, subject to certain specified 
exceptions. In all cases the applicant is now required to deposit 
all documents of title in the Land Registry Office, receiving In ex- 
change a certificate of Title or Charge, as the case may be, which 
must be surrendered for endorsement or the issuance of a further 
certificate as circumstances may require when the property Is next 
dealt with. Every Interest In land less than a fee simple Is regis- 
tered as a charge. There is an appeal from the refusal of the 
Registrar to register a title to a Judge of the Supreme Court. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 267 

Laws — The Common Law of England is in force in British Col- 
umbia, as are also the Statute Laws of England as the same 
existed on the 19th day of November, 1858, so far as the same are 
not, from local circumstances, inapplicable, and so far as they have 
not been repealed or modified by local or Dominion Legislation. 

Limitations of Actions — Actions founded on simple contracts 
must be founded within six years after the cause of action arises. 
Actions for trespass, assault, battery, wounding, and imprisonment 
within four years; for slander within two years; for recovery of 
lands and speciality deeds within twenty years. 

Married Women — Married women may make contracts and 
hold property in the same manner as if unmarried, and they may 
also sue with reference to their separate contracts or estate. 

Mining Law — This law cannot be satisfactorily covered in the 
space at disposal, but it may briefly be stated that any person over 
the age of eighteen, whether a British subject or not, upon obtain- 
ing a mining license, costing $5.00 per annum, may stake mineral 
claims. Such claims may be 1..^0 feet square, and give a right 
to an metals contained within their boundaries extending down to 
the centre of the earth. To keep a claim in good standing, $100.00 
worth of work must be done each year, or that amount paid to the 
local Mining Recorder in lieu of work. Upon doing $500.00 worth 
of work, or upon payment of $500.00, a certificate of improve- 
ments can be obtained, when a Crown Grant will issue upon 
survey and payment of the proper fees. A mineral claim only 
carries the right of user so far as the surface is concerned, but the 
surface rights can usually be purchased from the Government for 
an additional $5.00 per acre. 

A Miner's License gives the prospector a right to prospect for 
any unalienated minerals except coal and pretroleum. 

In the event of locating a claim where the surface is privately 
owned, he must give security for damage done. 

An individual miner can only locate one claim on the same vein 
for himself. A company may locate a number of claims, but has 
to pay an extra fee for its mining license. 

Petroleum — The regulations for pretroleum are the same as 
those for coal. 

Placer Mining — Leases of land for hydraulic and placer mining 
purposes are also issued. 

Practice — The practi<;e of the Supreme Court is modeled on the 
English practice, and most of the rules follow verbatim the English 
Rules of Court. Some Ontario features, however, have been intro- 
duced, notably the practice of examining the parties to a case on 
discovery, a right which is exerciseable here in addition to the 
English practice of delivering interrogatories. 

Timber Lands — Land covered by merchantable timber may be 
staked in a manner similar to lands acquired by purchase, but 
these sections of the Land Act are inoperative at present as all 
unappropriated timber is now under reserve. 

By the Act of 1910 Timber Licenses were made renewable in 
perpetuity, provided that any holder of any existing license, who 
desires to take advantage of the new Act, must make application 
within two years from April 1st, 1910. Such application should 
be made upon the expiry of the existing license, and must b« 
accompanied by a fee of $20.00 per license. The annual license 
fee Is $140.00, and the timber, when cut, is subject to a stumpage 
royalty. 

No license holder may cut his timber until It has been surveyed* 
and all holders of licenses are required to survey their timber wheiji 
Called upon so to do by the Surveyor-General. 

The owner of land classed as timber land is subject to a ta^ 
thereon at the rate of 1^^ cents per acre by way of what is known 
as "Forest Protection" against fire. 



268 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

MANITOBA 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by Aikins, 
Loftus and Aikins, AVinnipeg, of the Manitoba Bar. 

Bevif^ed to January 1st, 1914. 

Affidavits — When made outside of the Province for use in the 
Province should be made before — 

(a) Any Notary Public who shall affix his seal; 

(b) Any Judge of any Court who shall affix the seal of the 
Court; 

(c) Any Mayor or other officer of a municipal corporation who 
shall affix the seal of the Corporation. 

Aliens — Every kind of property may be held and disposed of 
by aliens in the same manner as by British subjects. 

Arrest — Arrest for debt has now been abolished. 

Assignments — See Bankruptcy. 

Attaeliments — A debtor is liable to have all his property, real 
and personal, except such as is exempt from seizure and execution, 
attached for the payment of a debt or the satisfaction of a legal 
cause of action. First — Whenever such debtor, being an inhabi- 
tant of the Province, shall depart therefrom with intent to detraud 
his creditors, or to avoid being arrested or served with process, or 
shall, with the like intent, conceal himself therein. Second — 
Whenever such person, not being a resident of the Province, shall 
be indebted, or legally liable to a person residing in this Province, 
in respect of a contract or any cause of action made or arising in 
the, Province, or in respect of a contract made elsewhere to be 
performed or partly performed therein. Third — Whenever any 
such person,- being a resident or non-resident of the Province, is 
about to remove or transfer any of his property from the Province, 
or has assigned, disposed of or secreted, or is about to assign, 
dispose of, or secrete any of his estate, real or personal, with intent 
to defeat, delay or defraud creditors. An order for an attachment 
may be obtained in an action commenced in the usual manner. 

Barristers — Admission to the Bar of Manitoba. 

Every barrister, attorney or solicitor from England, Scotland 
or Ireland, or from any of the Provinces or Territories of the 
Dominion of Canada, must give to the Secretary of the Law 
Society of Manitoba, a notice of his intended application to be 
called or admitted, in the prescribed form, and must file the papers 
and pay the fees required by the rules of the Society. 

Notice must be given by the applicant during the week pre- 
vious to the Term in which he desires to be called. Fees must be 
paid and all necessary papers produced at the time the notice is 
given. 

Every such barrister, attorney or solicitor must produce his 
diploma or certificate of his call to the Bar or a certificate of his 
admission as an attorney or solicitor, as the case may be, in the 
country, province or territory where he has been so called or 
admitted; a testimonial of good character and conduct; a statutory 
declaration mads by himself that he is now on the roll of barristers, 
attorneys or solicitors in such country, province or territory, in 
good standing and that so far as he is aware, no application is 
pending at the time of his making such declaration to strike him 
off the roll; and the Treasurer's receipt for fees payable. 



MANITOBA. 269 

Barristers from England, Scotland or Ireland will be entitled 
to call to the Bar, without examination, upon payment of fees and 
complying with the rules as to notices, etc. 

Barristers from any of the Provinces or Territories of the 
Dominion of Canada must pass an examination on the books and 
subjects prescribed for the Final call examination, unless entitled 
to the privilege conferred by R. S. M. 1902, c. 95, s. 62, s.s. (b). 

Attorneys and solicitors from England, Scotland or Ireland, or 
from any of the Provinces or Territories of the Dominion of Can- 
ada, must pass an examination in the statute laws of the Province, 
and the practice of the Courts of Manitoba. 

Fees — On every notice for admission or examination, $2.00; 
fee on admission as student-at-law, $50.00; Attorney's exaniination 
fee, $60.00; Barrister's examination fee, $100.00; for barristers 
from England, Scotland or Ireland, or any of the Provinces or 
Territories of the Dominion of Canada, $150.00; for attorneys or 
solicitors of any of His Majesty's Superior Courts in England, 
Scotland or Ireland, or any of the Provinces or Territories of the 
Dominion of Canada, $350.00. 

Bankruptcy — There is no bankruptcy law in this Province, but 
a debtor may make an assignment for the benefit of his creditors, 
and insure a rateable distribution of his assets. 

Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages — Sales and mortgages of 
personal property not accompanied by an immediate delivery and 
followed by an actual and continued change of possession, are 
absolutely void as against creditors of Vendor and Mortgagor and 
subsequent purchasers or mortgagees in good faith for value with- 
out actual notice, unless a Bill of Sale or Mortgage be filed with 
the Clerk of the County Court in the Judicial Division where the 
goods ahd chattels are situate within twenty days from the date 
thereof, accompanied by an affidavit of execution, and an affidavit 
of the Vendee or Mortagee showing the good faith of the transac- 
tion. Such mortgage must be renewed within thirty days 
preceding the expiration of two years from date of filing, by filing 
a statement exhibiting the interest of the Mortgagee In the pro- 
perty and showing the amount due and payments made and an 
affidavit that the mortgage is not kept on foot for any fraudulent 
purpose, otherwise it will cease to be valid as against creditors and 
subsequent purchasers and mortgagees in good faith for valuable 
consideration. 

Bulk Sales Act. — Every purchaser of a stock of goods in bulk is 
bound to demand from the vendor a statement verified by affidavit 
showing particulars of claim of all creditors exceedng $50.00, and 
if purchase price is less than total of such claims sale is fraudulent 
and void against creditors of vendor unless a written consent thereto 
is obtained from at least sixty per cent, of the creditors shown on 
such sworn statement. The proceeds of any such sale must be paid 
into the hands of a trust company or official assignee for distribu- 
tion pro rata amongst the creditors of the vendor, unless all the 
creditors of the vendor are paid in full or unless a written waiver 
is obtained from at least sixty per cent, in number and value of the 
creditors having claims exceeding $50.00, as shown by the sworn 
statement of the vendor. 

See Bulk Sales Act, 9 Edw. VII., cap. 60, as amended by 1 Geo. V., 
cap. 52. 

Corporations — Corporations are created by Act of the Provincial 
Legislature or by Letters Patent under The Joint Stock Company's 
Act. Shareholders are generally liable only to the amount remain- 
ing uncalled on their shares. Foreign corporations, with a few 
unimportant exceptions, must obtain a license to carry on business 
In Manitoba. 



270 SYNOPSIS OF IjAWS. 

Deeds-^A deed is sufHciently executed if signed and sealed in 
the presence of one witness. For the purpose of registration it 
must be witnessed by a subscribing witness who must make an 
affidavit that he saw the instrument duly executed, that he was 
personally present, that he knows the party, and that he is a sub- 
scribing witness, and the place of execution must also be stated in 
the affidavit. Short forms of deeds, leases and mortgages are 
provided by statute. A considerable portion of the land in this 
Province is under what is known as the Torrens System or The 
Real Property Act, under which special forms of instruments and 
special methods of execution and attestation are provided. 

Devolution of Estates — See Wills. 

Distress — There are certain limitations on the right of distress 
by landlords. The Mortgagee can only distrain the Mortgagor's 
goods. A landlord can only distrain as against the tenant for 
three months' arrears if the rent is payable quarterly or more 
frequently, or for a year's arrears where the rent is payable less 
frequently than quarterly. 

Divorce — There is no Divorce Court in Manitoba. The proce- 
dure adopted is a petition to the Senate of Canada, and relief is 
given by passage of special Act of Parliament in every case. 

Dower — No dower in this Province. 

Evidence — See Testimony. 

Executions — There is no priority in respect of writs of execution 
against goods. Writs of execution against lands nave been abol- 
ished. Where the claim exceeds $40.00, a certificate of judgmen*^ 
can be obtained and registered so as to constitute a lien on the 
debtor's lands which is capable of being enforced by salo through 
the Courts. 

Exemptions — The following real and personal property are 
exempt from seizure and sale under writs of execution or other 
process: First — Bed and bedding in the common use of the judg- 
ment debtor, and the household furniture not exceeding five 
hundred dollars in value. Second — Necessary and ordinary cloth- 
ing of the judgment debtor and his family, and necessary fuel for 
six months. Third — Twelve volumes of books, books of profes- 
sional man, one axe, one saw, one gun, six traps. Fourth — 
Necessary food for judgment debtor and his family for eleven 
months., Fifth — Three horses, mules or oxen, six cows, ten sheep, 
ten pigs, fifty fowls, and food for the same for eleven months — 
horses exempt only if used by judgment debtor to earn his living. 
Sixth — The tools, agricultural implements, and the necessaries used 
by judgment debtor in his trade or calling to the value of five 
hundred dollars. Seventh — Articles and furniture necessary to 
the performance of religious services. Eighth — Land upon which 
the defendant or his family resides, or which he cultivates, wholly 
or in part, provided it be not more than one hundred and sixty 
acres. Ninth — House, stable, barns and fences on such land. 
Tenth — Seeds necessary for seeding eighty acres. Eleventh — 
Actual residence or home of any person other than a farmer, pro- 
vided the same does not exceed in value fifteen hundred dollars; 
if It exceeds such value then it can be offered for sale and sold, 
the fifteen hundred dollars to be paid over to the debtor and the 
fifteen hundred dollars being exempt from seizure under execution, 
garnishment, attachment for debt or any legal process. Partner- 
ship firms cannot claim exemptions for the several partners but 
one only for the firm. Wages are exempt from garnishment to 
t*e extent of twenty-five dollars. None of these exemptions can be 
claimed on behalf of a debtor who is in the act of removing from 
the Province or is about to do so, or who has absconded, taking 
his family with him. Agreements to waive exemptions are null 



MANITOBA. 271 

and void. There are no exemptions in judgments recovered solely 
for board and lodgings. Twelfth — Chattel property of any muni- 
cipality a school district in tuis Province. 

Garnishment — In both King's Bench and County Court plain- 
tiff may, at any stage of the action, garnish all debts, obligations 
and liabilities, due, owing and payable, or accruing due. 

Intestacy — See Wills. 

Judgments — A judgment remains in force for ten years with- 
out renewal; it is not a lien upon either personal or real estate of 
debtor. Execution may issue at any time within six years, but 
until issued and placed in the hands of the Sheriff, no lien arises. 
Certificates of judgments may be issued and registered in the local 
Registry Office, and they bind all the lands of the debtor within 
the registration division. The lien thus created may be enforced 
by suit unless the land is exempt. Executions and certificates of 
judgments must be renewed every two years. Executions issued 
out of the County Court must be renewed every year. A judgment 
is renewable by suit in the ordinary way, but by an amendment no 
action can be brought upon a judgment recovered on a previous 
judgment whether in this Province or elsewhere. 

Land Registration Fees Under Real Property Act. 

Transfer of land, $3.00; Mortgage encumbrance or charge or 
Transfer thereof (including Certificate of charge) where money 
secured does not exceed $5,000.00, $3.00; on each $1,000.0., or 
fraction thereof up to $10,000.00 a further fee of $1.00, and on 
each $1,000.00 or fraction thereof over $10,000.00 a further fee of 
50c., until the total Registration Pee shall reach $25.00; on Kegn. 
of Mtges. by Corp'ns., Executors or Adm. or on Regn. of Transfers 
of land to and from Corp'ns., Executors or Adm. the District Regis- 
trar may in his discretion charge an additional fee of not less ohan 
$1.00, nor more than $10.00 for investigating evidence; Registering 
each Power of Attorney, $2.00; Regn. of Lease (exclusive of Lease- 
hold Certificate of Title), $3.00; Regn. or fyling any Mechanic's 
Lien, lis pendens, order, decree. Certificate of Judgment or any dis- 
charge thereof or of Mtge. or charge, $1.00; Regn. of any inst u- 
ment other than those herein provided, $2.00. 

Fees On Application For Torrens Title. 

Where value of the land does not exceed, $500, $5.00; exceeding 
$5a0 and not exceeding $1,000, $9.00; exceeding $l,v)00 and not 
exceeding $1,500, $13.00; exceeding $1,500 and not exceeding 
$2,000, $17.00; exceeding $2,000 and not exceeding ^2,500, $21.00; 
exceeding $2,500 and not exceeding $3,000, $25.00; exceeding $3,000 
and not exceeding $3,500, $28.00; exceeding $3,500 and not exceed- 
ing $4,000, $31.00; exceeding $4,000 and not exceeding $4,500, 
$34.00; exceeding $4,500 and not exceeding $5,000, $37.00. On 
each 1,000 after $5,000, add $3.00. 

Fylings Under New System. 

Fyling each Caveat $2.00 

" each discharge, lapse, withdrawal or Merger of 

Caveat 1.00 

" petition on Caveat 1.00 

Each fyling of evidence on proceeding on Caveat 1.00 

Fyling proceedings under Power of Sale 2.00 

" notice of intention to exercise Power of Sale 2.00 

Search Letter as to Title 1.00 



272 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Old System. 

Registration of Deed of Land $2.00 

" of Mortgage when third copy is produced 2. *.0 

" of Agreement or Lease when third copy is 

produced 2.00 

of Quit Claim Deed 2.00 

For each Abstract 50 

" General Register Certificate .50 

" Entry or an Abstract or General Register Certifi- 
cate 05 

Register's fee on production of documents for searching, 25c. 

for lirst and 10c. for each succeeding instrument. 
For Regn. of Plans, etc., fees will be given on appln. to the 
District Registrar at Winnipeg who must approve of all 
Plans. 

Limitations of Actions — On contracts not under seal, action 
must be brought within six years from the accruing of cause of 
action; on contracts under seal, within ten years. Actions for the 
recovery of real estate, within ten years. Acknowledgment of 
debt or part payment is sufficient to take case out of statute when 
it begins to run anew. Foreign judgments are simple contracts 
when it is sought to enforce them. 

Married Women may hold and enjoy property free from the 
debts and control of their husbands in as full and ample a manner 
as if unmarried, and may contract with respect to their separate 
property and may also trade and carry on business as if unmarried. 

Partnerships — The law relating to partnerships has been codi- 
fied under Statute Chapter 129, R.S.M. 1902. 

Proofs of Claims — In cases where assignments have been made 
the assignee is entitled to particulars of the claim proved by affi- 
davit. The creditor must state whether he holds security for this 
claim, and such security may be valued and deducted from the 
claim, or the assignee may take an assignment thereof at an 
advance of ten per cent, upon its specified value. In collection 
cases, where the action is undefended, no proof is necessary; where 
an application is made to summarily strike out a defence, an affi- 
davit is sufficient; if the case goes to trial, evidence must be taken 
under commission or actually given at the trial. In forwarding 
claims for collection, give names of members of firm and full par- 
ticulars of claim, with dates and items. 

Registration — See Deeds. 

Sales of Goods — The law relating to sales of goods has been 
codified under Chap. 152, R.S.M. 1902, and as to to bulk sales by 
Bulk Sales Act. 9 Edw. VII., cap. 60, as amended by 1 Geo. V., 
cap. 52. 

Service of Process — In most cases it must be personal. 

Succession Duties — See Wills. 

Taxes — Lands may be sold for taxes when taxes are in arrears 
for more than one year. Redemption may be made at any time 
before the expiration of two years from the tax sale by applying 
to the Treasurer of the municipality, village, town or city in 
which the lands are situated. After two years the tax purchaser 
makes application to the District Registrar for Title. The Registrar 
requires six months notice of the application to be served on all 
persons appearing to have any interest in the land, and until the 
notice has been served and the time elapsed any person interested 
may redeem by applying to the District Registrar. 

Testimony — The rules of evidence here are those prevailing in 
England on the 15th day of July, 1870, to some extent modified by 
local enactments. Evidence used in Court is oral, but commission 



MANITOBA. 



273 



evidence can be read and depositions of parties taken before 
special examiners can also be put in evidence without proof. No 
person is disqualified as a witness by reason of interest. Husbands 
and wives are competent and compellable witnesses. A witness 
can affirm instead of taking the usual oath. 

Wills — All persons of sound mind and of age of 21 years may 
dispose of every kind of property and of every interest therein by 
Will. All Wills must be in writing and must be signed at the foot 
or end by the Testator or by some other person in his presence and 
by his direction, and such signature must be made and acknow- 
ledged by the Testator in me presence of two or more witnesses 
present at the same time, and such witnesses shall attest and shall 
subscribe the Will in the presence of the Testator. A holograph 
Will, wholly written and signed by the Testator himself, does not 
require any witness. If any person attests the execution of any 
Will to whom or to whose wife or husband any benefit is given by 
such Will, such benefit is null and void, but the person so attesting 
is a good witness. Wills are revoked by the marriage of a 
Testator. 

Under the Succession Duty Act, 1911, whether property passes 
by will or otherwise succession duties are payable to the Provincial 
Treasurer of Manitoba according to Schedule "A" hereto. 



SCHEDULE "A.' 



Percentages on Shares passing to 



Dutiable Value of the Whole Estate. 



Up to $25,000 

Over $25,000 to $50,000 . . 
Over $50,000 to $75,000 . . 
Over $75,000 to $100,000 . 
Over $100,000 to $150,000 
Over $150,000 to $200,000 
Over $200,000 to $250,000 



Over $250,000 to $300,000 

to $350,000. . 

to $40u,000. . 

to $500,000. . 

to $600,000. . 

to $700,000. . 
Over $700,000 to $8*00, 000.. 
Over $800,000 and upwards 



Over $300,000 
Over $350,000 
Over $400,000 
Over $500,000 
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274 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

Intestacy — Real and personal property devolve in same way. 

1. If Intestate leaves a widow and child or children, one third 
of his property goes to the widow and the remaining two thirds 
is divided equally among his children. In case of the decease of 
any of his children, to the children or issue of such deceased child 
in equal proportions. 

2. If Intestate leaves a widow and no issue, the widow takes 
all. 

3. If Intestate leaves children but no widow, children take all 
per stirpes. 

4. If Intestate leaves no widow nor child nor children nor any 
lineal descendant of any child or children, all goes to his father. 

5. If he has no father, to his mother, brothers and sisters in 
equal shares. 

6. No distinction between whole and half blood. 

7. Posthumous children share equally with children born dur- 
ing the lifetime of the Intestate, and where there is a Will and no 
provision for it, takes as if there were an intestacy. 

8. The separate property of a married woman dying Intestate 
Is distributed in the same manner as the property of a husband 
dying intestate. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 275 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by Weldon & 
McLean, St. John, of the New Brunswick Bar. 

Bevised to January 1st, 1914. 

Absconding Debtor. — See Attachment. 

Acknowledgments. — See Deeds. 

Accounts. — The names in full of plaintiffs should be furnished; 
also, when claim belongs to a copartnership, the full names of 
the members composing it. 

Where the plaintiff is a corporation under special act, it should 
be stated. 

Actions. — ^Actions are commenced by writ of summons unless 
the defendant is to be arrested, when a writ of capias is issued on 
an affidavit of indebtedness made by the plaintiff or his agent. 

Parish commissioners have jurisdiction in contract claims to 
eighty dollars; City Court to the samie amount; County Courts have 
jurisdiction to four hundred dollars except where title to lands 
is in question. Supreme Court has jurisdiction to any amount. 

Ip Supreme Court where plaintiff seeks to recover a debt or 
liquidated demand arising on a contract express or implied, a bond 
or contract under seal for payment of a liquidated amount, etc., 
the writ may be specially endorsed with a statement of the claim; 
and, on default of appearance within ten days after service, final 
judgment may be signed without further proof; while on ordinary 
summons and default of appearance being made within ten days, 
the plaintiff may enter interlocutory judgment, and a writ of 
enquiry shall issue to assess the amount unless the Court orders 
another method. Where the defendant appears to a writ specially 
endorsed, and has no defence, the plaintiff may on an affidavit of 
himself or any other person who can swear positively to the facts, 
verifying the cause of action, and stating that in his belief there 
is no defence to the action, apply to a judge for liberty to enter 
final judgment, and such judge may order judgment unless the 
defendant satisfies him he has good defence; on an ordinary sum^ 
mons, if defendant appears, the plaintiff delivers a statement of 
claim; the defendant within ten days delivers his statement of 
defence, and the plaintiff within ten days more his reply. Where 
the plaintiff resides out of the Province the defendant may demand 
from him a bond as security for costs which is generally two 
hundred dollars, if suit is in the Supreme Court, and one hundred 
if in the County Court. 

In the County Court the defendant has ten days in which to 
appear and plead, and the cause is at issue on the plea pleaded. In 
the County Court, if the defendant appears in any action on a debt 
or liquidated demand arising on a contract express or implied, a 
bond or contract under seal for payment of a liquidated amount, 
etc., the plaintiff may take the same steps for signing summary, 
judgment as are outlined above in the case of a specially endorsed 
writ in the Supreme Court. 

Affidavits.— Affidavit includes affirmation or declaration wher- 
ever by law an aflfirmation may be substituted for an oath or affl- 
davlt. 

A|fH davits to be used in any Court In the Province or authorized 
to be administered or taken by any law in force therein may be 



276 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

sworn to before a Judge of the Supreme or County Courts or any 
commissioner for taking affidavits. Where a statute requiring or 
authorizing an affidavit does not designate a person who shall take 
the same, such affidavit may be made before a Justice of the Peace 
for the county where it is made, except where it is to be usd in the 
Supreme Court, County, Divorce or Probate Courts. 

Affidavits without the Province for use in the Courts may be 
sworn to before a commissioner for the Province duly appointed for 
taking such affidavits, or before the several officials and persons 
authorized to take the proof or acknowledgment of the execution of 
any conveyance out of the Province^ — See Deeds. 

A statutory declaration may be made attesting facts or accounts. 

Aliens. — Aliens can now take, hold, and sell real and personal 
property, with the exception of ships, as if they were native born 
citizens. When resident within the Province and served with pro- 
cess there, an alien may be sued in its courts; or if the cause of 
action arises within the Province, though the alien be not resident 
or served with process there, he may be sued in its courts. Land 
can be held by a foreign corporation when duly licensed. — See 
Corporations. 

Appeals. — The Supreme Court sitting en banc is the highest 
Court in the Province, but an appeal can be taken from it to the 
Supreme Court of Canada, and in certain cases to His Majesty's 
Privy Council in England. 

Arrest. — A writ of capias can be issued on an affidavit of in- 
debtedness, when sum is certain, and by order of a Judge when 
cause of action is for an unliquidated amount or for damages. 
There is no arrest for debt after judgment except in the petty courts 
having jurisdiction under eighty dollars. 

Assignment of Insolvent Laws. — There is a Provincial Act re- 
specting assignments and preferences. It makes any assignment 
with preference void, unless preference be given for present actual 
bona fide advances of money or goods. It is necessary to assign to 
the Sheriff of the County unless consent be given by majority in 
value of creditors, when it may be made to any resident within the 
Province. The assignment under the act takes precedence of all 
judgments and of all executions not completely exhausted by pay- 
ment. It is the duty of the assignee to give notice of meeting to 
all creditors within five days of date of assignment; such meeting 
to be held within twelve days after giving notice. I'he creditors 
then have an opportunity of directing disposal of estate. Claims 
must be proved by affidavit. It is the assignee's duty to prepare 
a statement of accounts, and of his doings as assignee, within one 
month of the first creditors' meeting, and at intervals of three 
months thereafter. There is no priority among execution creditors. 

Attachments. — Proceedings by way of attachment may be taken 
against the property of any person severally or any person jointly 
indebted in the sum of forty dollars above all discounts, who depart 
from or keep concealed within the Province with intent to defraud 
his or their creditors. In no other case can an attachment issue 
until after judgment. — See also Garnishment. 

Chattels, Mortgages and Bill of Sale. — Every mortgage or con- 
veyance intended to operate as a mortgage of goods and chattels, 
which is not accompanied by delivery and an actual and continued 
change of possession, must be registered within thirty days from 
date of execution. There must be an affidavit by the witness of the 
due execution of the mortgage, and of the mortgagee or his agent, 
that the mortgagor is justly and truly indebted to him in the sum 
mentioned in the mortgage, that it was executed in good faith and 
for the express purpose of securing the payment of money justly due, 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 277 

and not for the purpose of protecting the goods mentioned therein 
against the creditors of the mortgagor or of preventing the creditors 
of such mortgagor from obtaining payment of any claims against 
him. 

The act also requires a bill of sale to be renewed every year by 
filing affidavits and statement set forth therein. In default and on 
thirty days' notice to mortgagee, calling on him to file affidavits, etc., 
the bill of sale is void as against subsequent purchasers. 

Claims Against Estate of Deceased Persons. — No distinction 
exists between judgment debts and other debts, in administering the 

Conditional Sales. — Where condition of the bailment is such that 
the possession of the chattel passes without any ownership being 
acquired by the bailee until the payment of the purchase 
money, it is necessary that the receipt note, hire note, order, or other 
instrument evidencing such conditional sale, shall be filed in the 
registry office of the county in which the purchaser resided at the 
time of the bailment, within fifteen days of the delivery of possession 
of the chattel mentioned in the agreement, to be valid against subse- 
quent purchasers or mortgagees in good faith for valuable consider- 
ation. The manufacturer, bailor, or vendor shall also leave a copy 
of such receipt, note, hire receipt, order or other instrument by 
which the lien on the chattel is retained or which provides for a 
conditional sale with the conditional vendee at time of execution or 
within twenty days after. 

Every manufacturer, bailor, or vendor shall on demand of any 
creditor or interested person file with the registrar, within twenty 
days from the making of such demand, a sworn statement of the 
amount due thereon, and on failure to so file said statement shall 
forfeit all rights under same as against such creditor or interested 
person. Also provision in act for sale on breach of conditions. 
Where the goods and chattels are affixed to the realty without the 
consent in writing of the owner of the goods and chattels, they shall 
not be or become part of the realty, but the owner of the realty 
shall as against the manufacturer, bailor, or vendor, have the right 
to retain the same upon payment of the amount due and owing 
thereon. 

Corporations. — Companies are incorporated by special act of the 
legislature, or under provision of " The New Brunswick Joint Stock 
Companies Act, 1903." Under that act any number of persons, not 
less than five, may apply for incorporation. A special act of incor- 
poration is necessary for railway and insurance companies, building 
societies, and similar associations. The applicants for letters patent 
must give notice of intention to apply for incorporation by publica- 
tion in the "Royal Gazette" stating: (1) The corporate name; (2) 
the objects for which incorporation is sought; (3) the chief place 
of business or office within the Province; (4) the amount of its 
capital stock, which shall not be less than two thousand dollars 
actually subscribed, except where the object of incorporation is for 
a literary, sporting or social club; (5) the numbers of shares, and 
the name, address, and calling of each of the applicants. 

Licensing Extra-Provincial Corporations. — Chapter 18 Con. Stat. 
1903 provides for the imposition of an annual tax upon certain cor- 
porations therein enumerated as follows: Fire, life, accident, and 
guarantee insurance companies, express companies, telephone com- 
panies, street railway companies, trust, loan, and building companies, 
telegraph companies, and banks. A Statement is required before 
May 1st from fire, accident, or guarantee insurance companies of 
gross premiums and also a report of agencies. A like report of 
agencies is demanded from banks. 



278 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

With the exception of companies hereinbefore enumerated, corr 
porations not having gain for their object, and certain other cor- 
porations, no extra-provincial corporations can carry on business 
within the Province unless a license to do so is taken out. Applica- 
tion for same is made to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council. The 
fee is fifty dollars a year where the capital stock does not exceed 
one hundred thousand dollars; if over one hundred thousand 
dollars, the fee is one hundred dollars a year. 

Taking orders for or selling goods, wares or merchandise by 
travelers or by correspondence, if the corporation has no resident 
agent or representative and no office or place of business within 
the Province, is not deemed a carrying on of business within the 
meaning of the act. Corporations not required to take out license 
as above may obtain a license to acquire or dispose of real estate, 
Corporations that are required to take out a license cannot acquire 
or hold real or personal property within the Province without 
being duly licensed. 

Deeds. — Deeds may be under seal for registration, acknowledged 
by the person executing the same, or be proved by the oath of a 
subscribing witness as follows: — When within the Province may be 
made before a judge of the Supreme or County Court or a member 
of the legislative or executive council, or before any registrar of 
deeds, or any notary public appointed and resident in the Province, 
and certified under his hand and official seal or before any Justice 
of the Peace in the county in which the conveyance is to be regis- 
tered. When without the Province, before any commissioner for 
taking affidavits under Ch. 36, Cons. Stat., or before any commis- 
sioner authorized by the Lord Chancellor to administer oaths in 
Chancery of England, or before any notary public, certified under 
his hands and official seal, or before the mayor or chief magistrate 
of any city, borough, municipality, or town corporate, and certified 
under the common or corporate seal of such city, or the seal of such 
mayor or chief magistrate, or before any British Minister, ambas- 
sador, consul, vice-consul, etc., exercising his function in any foreign 
place, or before the Governor of a State, and certified under the 
hand and seal of office of such minister, consul, etc. Deeds by cor- 
porations must be under the corporate seal attested by the proper 
officer, and the seal, signature, and authority to execute verified by 
affidavit. 

Depositions. — Depositions and commissions are taken without 
the Province by a commission duly issued by the Court in which 
the action is pending. Full instructions for taking of the same 
always accompany it. , 

Descent.— Real estate is divided equally to and among the 
children of the intestate, then to the next-of-kin and their repre- 
sentatives. 

Personal property is divided as follows:— One-third shall go to 
the widow of the intestate, and the residue in equal portions to the 
children, or if dead, to their lineal descendants; if there be no 
children or legal representative subsisting the widow then takes one 
moiety, and the other moiety shall go to the next of kindred in 
equal degree: and if there be neither widow or children, all to 
next of kin in equal degree, and their representatives. 

Divorce. — There is a provincial court having power to grant 
divorce, or of dissolving and annulling marriages. Divorce is 
granted for the following causes: — Adultery, consanguinity within 
the degrees prohibited by Act of Parliament made in 32 Henry 
VIII., and impotence. 

Dower. — A widow is entitled to dower in all real property of 
her husband. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 279 

Executions. — Writs of fieri facias bind the debtor's property 
from time of their delivery to the sheriff. Concurrent writs may 
be issued to any county. The debtor's goods must be exhausted 
before resort can be had to his lands. 

Exemptions on Executions. — Wearing apparel, bedding, kitchen 
utensils, and tools of trade and calling to the value of one hundred 
dollars. 

Garnishment. — Attachment of debts due a judgment debtor in 
the Supreme Court or County Courts may be made in any action 
where the amount remaining due on such judgment exceeds the 
sum of eighty dollars. 

Money in the hands of an official or servant of the Crown due 
or payable by the Crown to an individual and given to such officer 
for that purpose, is exempt. A judgment debtor may be examined 
as to his property, when any debts found to be due. to him may be 
garnished, except wages or salary for personal labor and services 
to the extent of twenty dollars. In no case shall garnishment issue 
on judgments obtained for debts unless such judgment, independent 
of costs incurred in the suit, shall exeed forty dollars. 

Intestacy. — In case of intestacy, real property passes to the 
children or their legal representatives, if no children to the next 
of kindred and their representatives including those of the half 
blood and their representatives. 

Judgments. — Priority of judgments is abolished. A judgment 
is good for twenty years and a memorial of the same, when placed 
on record at the registry office, binds lands for five years, but can 
be renewed while judgment is in force. In case of assignment, 
judgments only take rank with other claims. 

Judgments, foreign. — May be sued on, and if proceedings on 
which same are recovered were duly served, defendant cannot go 
into the merits, otherwise he can. 

Personal property. — One-third to widow, residue among children 
and their representatives equally. If none, half to widow and re- 
sidue amongst next of kin in equal degree and their representa- 
tives. 

Husband has curtesy, and wife dower in real estate. 

Limitations of Personal Actions.^Actions on contract, notes,, 
debts must be commenced within six years after the cause of action 
arose. Actions for slanders, assault, and battery wounding, and 
imprisonment shall be commenced within two years. In case of 
the plaintiff being under disability of infancy, coverture, or lunacy, 
or being absent from the Province, the time runs from the removal 
of the disability. 

Real Actions. — Action to recover land must be brought within 
twenty years after the right of action accrues. Where the party is 
under disability of infancy, lunacy, or absent from the country, 
then such person or the party claiming through him may, notwith- 
standing the period of twenty years hereinbefore limited shall have 
expired, make an entry or bring an action to recover such lands at 
any time within ten years next after the time at which the person 
to whom such right shall have first accrued shall have ceased to be 
under any such disabilities or shall have died. Limitation as 
against the Crown does not run until sixty years' adverse possession. 
Persons under the disability of infancy, lunacy, or coverture, or 
absence from the Province and their representatives, are allowed 
ten years from the termination of their disability or death, notwith- 
standing the expiration of the period of twenty years in which to 
bring the action, but no such action can be brought except within 
forty years next after the right of action is accrued. 



280 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

Examination of Judgment Debtor. — A judgment creditor who 
has recovered judgment in one of the provincial courts may by 
application to the judge of any county court or Clerk of the Peace 
obtain an order that the judgment debtor shall be orally examined 
on oath before such judge or clerk as to any and what property he 
has which by law is liable to be taken in execution on such judg- 
ment, and as to the disposition he has made of his property. 

Lien Leases. — See Conditional Sales. 

Liens. — A lien is given to mechanics, machinists, labourers, 
contractors, or other persons doing work upon or furnishing mate- 
rials to be used in the construction, alteration, or repair of any 
building or erection, or erecting, furnishing or placing machinery of 
any kind in, upon, or in connection with any building for the price 
of the work, machinery, or materials upon such buildings and the 
lands occupied thereby. 

A similar act gives a lien to lumbermen. 

Married Women. — A married woman has rights about equal to 
a feme sole to carry on any business, make contracts, and dispose 
of her property generally. 

Mortgages. — Mortgages must be under seal, and are executed in 
the same manner as deeds. A mortgage is foreclosed in the equity 
court, and sold under its decree, which passes all the mortgagor's 
property in the premises. Mortgaged property is sometimes sold 
under power of sale, if such power is in the mortgage. 

A mortgage is discharged by the registration of a certificate 
signed by the mortgagee, his assignee or representative, stating that 
mortgage has been paid; or it may be discharged by mortgagee 
signing on margin of mortgage registered in office of registrar of 
deeds, and in his presence, a receipt for the money. 

Practice. — This is now regulated by the Judicature Act, cap. 5, 
9 Edw. VII., which, with the rules of the Supreme Court 1909 came 
into force May 1, 1910. The rules conform as far as possible to 
the English Judicature Rules of 1883 and the Rules of Practise of 
the Supreme Court of Judicature for Ontario of 1897. 

Proof of Claims. — A Solicitor should be furnished with all the 
Christian names and surname of the proposed plaintiff. If the 
claim is contested it must be proved in the usual way or by taking 
evidence on commission when the witnesses reside abroad. 

Recording Deeds, Mortgages, etc. — Every instrument affecting 
lands, except leases not exceeding three years, where the actual 
possession goes along with the lease, must be registered in order to 
be valid against subsequent purchasers for valuable consideration 
whose conveyances are previously registered. 

Replevin. — Whenever any personal property has been wrongly 
distrained or otherwise wrongly taken or detained, it may be re- 
plevied under writ issued, upon the plaintiff giving a bond to the 
sheriff in double the value of the property. 

Reports, Judicial. — The only cases reported are those in the 
Supreme Court sitting en hanc^ cited as N. B. R., and reports of the 
supreme court in equity, starting in 1895. 

Taxes. — No provincial law requiring statements to be filed re- 
garding either real or personal estate. 

Wills. — Wills must be in writing, signed at the foot or end 
thereof by the testator (or by some other person in his presence 
and by his direction), in the presence of two attesting witnesses, 
both present at the same time, who shall attest and subscribe the 
will in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each 
other. No form of attestation is necessary. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 281 

An executor is a competent witness, but any devise or legacy to 
a witness or to the husband or wife of a witness is void, though the 
execution of the will itself is good. 

Persons under the age of twenty-one years cannot make a will. 

Every will is revoked by marriage except a will made in the 
exercise of a power of appointment where the estate appointed 
could not in default of appointment pass to the testator's heirs or 
next of kin. 



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282 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by John 

Fenelon, St. John's, of the Middle Temple and 

Newfoundland Bar. 

Revised to January 1, 1914. 

Arrest in Civil Causes — No person can be arrested and held to 
bail in a civil action except in the following cases: A defendant in 
an action for $50.00 or upwards may be arrested under warrant 
at any time after the issue of a writ of summons, upon the filing 
of an affidavit showing such facts and circumstances as satisfy the 
Judge that there is good and probable cause for believing that 
the defendant has made^i or is about to make, some disposition of 
his property or some part thereof, or is about to quit the Colony 
with intent to defraud his creditors generally or the plaintiff in 
particular, or is about to quit the Colony, and that his absence will 
materially prejudice the prosecution of the action, or is possessed 
of means of payment of which he has control and which he with- 
holds from his creditors. The debtor is held in custody until he 
shall have made a sufficient deposit or given the Sheriff sufficient 
security or bail. The plaintiff must proceed to trial within four 
weeks of the close of the pleadings, unless the Court allows an 
extension of time. The detaining creditor is chargeable for the 
maintenance of a debtor while under arrest. Judges and officers of 
the Supreme Court, members and officers of the Legislature, barris- 
ters and solicitors, jurors parties and witnesses in a suit, clergy- 
men and females are privileged from arrest under this section, 
the privilege being absolute in some cases and qualified in others. 

A judgment creditor may have a defendant against whom he 
has recovered judgment for $50.00 or upwards arrested on Ca. Sa. 
on filing a similar affidavit. 

The Court or Judge may also, on special cause shown by affi- 
davit, order the arrest of a defendant or attachment of his property 
at any stage of an action, which would formerly have been heard 
on the Equity side of the Court, until bail shall have been given 
to abide by and perform the orders of the Court. 

Attachment of Debts — At any time after the issue of a writ of 
summons, the plaintiff may issue a warrant for the attachment 
of any property of the defendant upon filing an affidavit that the 
defendant is justly and truly indebted to him in a liquidated 
amount of $20.00 or upwards, for a cause of action to be set forth 
in the affidavit. If the debt or damages are unliquidated, an order 
is necessary and will be made if it is showi^ upon affidavit that the 
defendant is about to make some disposition of his property, or 
sell or otherwise dispose of or remove beyond the jurisdiction of 
the Court the subject matter of the action. The property so 
attached can only be released upon security being given by bond 
or by deposit, or by termination of the suit in the defendant's 
favour. The plaintiff must proceed to trial within four weeks of the 
close of the pleadings or such extended time as the Court may 
allow. Perishable goods may be sold by special order and the 
proceeds paid into Court. If the attachment is laid in the hands 
of a third person, such third person may be brought before the 
Court upon a Garnishee Summons for examination, and payment 
into Court or delivery to the Sheriff of the debts, goods or effects 
ordered. No such attachment binds any money accruing due to 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 283 

the defendant on an executory contract after service of the warrant 
on the Garnishee, nor any money, goods or effects in and over 
which the defendant had not at the time of service a then prestent 
interest and disposing power. 

Barristers and Solicitors — The following persons are eligible 
for Call to the Bar: — (1) Those who have been admitted as stu- 
dents and stand upon the books of the Law Society for the required 
number of years. In the case of University graduates, three years 
must elapse between admission as a student and Call; in the case 
of undergraduates four years, and in all other cases five. (2) 
English, Irish and Scotch barristers. (3) Colonial barristers from 
colonies or provinces in which similar privileges are accorded to 
Newfoundland barristers, and (4) English, Irish, Scotch solicitors 
(or writers to the signet) and Colonial solicitors from colonies or 
provinces which reciprocate. In all cases previous admission as a 
solicitor of the Supreme Court is necessary. To obtain admission 
as a solicitor, a student must serve under articles with a practis- 
ing solicitor in thq Colony for 3, 4 or 5 years as above, or possess 
the qualifications mentioned in one or other of classes 2, 3 and 4 
above. Particulars as to examinations and fees can be had from 
the Secretary of the Law Society, St. John's. Women may be 
admitted as solicitors and called to the Bar. 

Bills of Exchange — The local statute is practically a re-enact- 
ment of the Imperial Bills of Exchange Act, 1882. 

Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages — Bills of Sale and mortga- 
ges of personal chattels, where the actual possession of such 
chattels continues in the mortgagor, if unregistered, are void as 
against (a) a subsequent purchaser or mortgagee for valuable 
consideration who shall first register his deed; (&) a subsequent 
and actual attachment and levy, and (c) a trustee in insolvency 
or under an assignment for the benefit of creditors. Proof of 
execution must be by affidavit. All deeds are registered at the 
Registry of Deeds, St. John's. Registrations must be within five 
days of execution if deed executed in St. John's, within 30 days if 
executed elsewhere. • 

Companies — The Companies Acts, 1899 to 1908, provide for the 
incorporation of companies subject to provisions similar, on the 
whole, to those of the English Companies Acts. Incorporation 
may also, and in the case of Banking Companies must, be affected 
by Act of the Legislature. Unregistered partnerships of more than 
ten are prohibited. Any three persons may incorporate as a 
company. Liability may be limited by shares or by guarantee, or 
may be unlimited. Fees for registration are according to a scale 
contained in the Act, the minimum being $10.00, increasing with 
the nominal capital or, in the case of a company not having a 
capital divided into shares, with the number of members. Mortga- 
ges and charges created by an incorporated company must be 
registered. No restrictions are placed upon foreign corporations 
doing business in, the Colony, with the exception of special regula- 
tions imposed on Banks, Express Companies, Telegraph and 
Telephone Companies, Insurance Companies, and Collection Agen- 
cies. Provision is made for the winding-up of foreign corporations 
doing business in Newfoundland by a procedure similar to that fol- 
lowed in winding up local companies. 

Courts — The Supreme Court, consisting of a Chief Justice and 
two Puisne Judges, has unlimited civil and criminal jurisdiction 
(exclusive of Divorce), and is also a Court of Admiralty under the 
Colonial Courts of Admiralty Act, 1890. It is also a Court for the 
relief of insolvent debtors. The fusion of Law and Equity has been 
effected by statute on the same lines as in England. An appeal: lies 
from the decision of any Judge to the other two Judges or< a full 
Court; and from a decision of the full Court to the Privy Council in 
cases where the sum or matter at issue is at least £500 sterling or 



284 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Involves value to that amount. Circuit Court is held outside of St. 
John's once a year at dates fixed annually by proclamation. 

There are District Courts at St. John's and Harbour Grace. 
The jurisdiction of the presiding Magistrates is the same as that 
of the Stipendiaries. The Stipendiary Magistrates throughout the 
Island have jurisdiction in civil causes, some few causes of action 
excepted, to the amount of $200.00, and in disputes to any amount 
concerning wages of labourers in lumbering or mining, of fishery 
servants and of persons engaged in the seal fishery. There is an 
appeal to the Supreme Court from decisions involving $20.00 or 
more. The Magistrates have also an extensive criminal jurisdic- 
tion. There is also a Court of Labrador with civil jurisdiction to 
the amount of $500.00 and an extensive criminal jurisdiction. A 
Marine Court of Enquiry may be constituted by commission from 
the Governor when occasion arises. Justices of the Peace have 
the same powers as in England so far as applicable under local 
conditions. 

The Board of Trade may appoint committees of arbitration to 
decide matters voluntarily submitted for their decision. If award 
is in writing, and filed in Supreme Court, execution may issue as 
upon a judgment. 

Crown Lands and Minerals — All Crown Lands are open for 
purchase, except such as are specially reserved for public purposes. 
Timber licenses are issued at a bonus per square mile, usually $2.00. 
There is also payable an annual ground rent of $2.00 per square 
mile and a royalty upon trees cut down. No license is required to 
search or prospect for minerals on Crown Lands. The placing of a 
discovery stake entitles one to a mining license on complying with 
the terms of the Act. 

Dower: A widow has no rights to dower under local law. 

Examination of Judgment Debtors — When a judgment or order 
is for the recovery or payment of money, an order may be had 
for the examination of the debtor or his agent, or, in the case of 
a company, of an officer thereof, as to whether any and what debts 
are owing to the debtor and whether the debtor has any, and what 
other property or means of satisfying the judgment or order. In 
the case of any other judgment or order, if any difficulty arises 
in executing or enforcing it, any party interested may apply for an 
order for the examination of any party or otherwise as may be just. 

Execution — Writs of execution may be issued forthwith in the 
Supreme Court upon production of judgment or order under which 
money is payable, unless an order has been made for stay of execu- 
tion. If the judgment is not for payment of money or costs, or 
for recovery of land, execution may issue in 14 days, unless other- 
wise ordered. Writs, if unexecuted, remain in force for one year, 
but may be renewed from year to year. As between the original 
parties, execution may issue at any time within six years. After 
that period and in certain other cases an order granting leave is 
necessary. 

Exemptions — By statute the following property of an execution 
debtor is tree from seizure: — The working tools and implements 
of trade of any person, his fishing skiff or punt, the necessary 
cooking apparatus, bedding and wearing apparel of himself and 
his family. The share or wages of a sealer are not liable to attach- 
ment under mesne or final process, except for supplies advanced to 
hitn to be paid for out of his share of the proceeds of the voyage. 

Foreign Judgments: The principles according to which foreign 
judgments sought to be enforced in Newfoundland are given 
.effect to or refused recognition are the same as those acted upon 
'by the EngiislL. Courts in such cases. 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 285 

Insolvency — A debtor may be declared insolvent by the Supreme 
Court upon his own or a creditor's petition, and his estate vested 
in a trustee for distribution amongst his creditors according to law. 
A Certificate of Insolvency and Final Discharge may be granted to 
the debtor later by the Court, and is a bar to any claim arising 
prior to the declaration of insolvency, except in case ofi fraud. At 
any time after a petition has been filed and before the estate has 
been distributed, the Court or a Judge may, on proof that an 
arrangement by liquidation or for a composition has been entered 
into by the debtor and two-thirds in number and value of his local 
creditors and two-thirds of his creditors elsewhere, or of three- 
fourths of the whole in number and value, dissolve or stay the 
proceedings in insolvency, and all creditors shall be bound thereby. 

Interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum may be allowed 
on sums or debts due under a written contract or, in certain cases, 
following upon written notice that interest will be charged. Judg- 
ments carry interest at 5 per cent. 

Intestacy: Land being a "chattel real" under Newfoundland 
law devolves as personalty: Thus all property of the intestate vests 
in the administrator. The course of succession and rights of widows 
and next of kin, etc., are the same as under the English Statutes 
of Distribution, except that by the Intestates' Estate Act of 1908 
in cases where a man dies intestate and without issue, his whole 
estate belongs to the widow if not exceeding $2,000; if over that 
amount she takes $2,000 and her share in the residue is the same 
as she would have been entitled to before the passing of the act. 

Laws — The Common Law of England, as it existed on July 
26th, 1832, and so far as the same is not inapplicable from local 
circumstances nor modified by local statute, is in force. In all 
cases not provided for by local enactment the Criminal Law of 
England applies. . Amendments and alterations to the same and 
new criminal enactments of the Imperial Parliament come into 
force in the Colony after twelve months from the passing thereof. 
The Governor can pardon criminals and remit fines. 

Limitation of Actions — Actions founded on simple contract 
must be commenced within six years after the cause of action has 
arisen. Assault, menace, battery, wounding and imprisonment, 
four years; slander, two years; recovery of land and specialty 
debts, twenty years. Actions brought by a supplier to recover 
any amount due by a sealer for supplies, must be brought within 
six months. Actions for slander imputing unchastity and without 
special damage, within two months. 

Married Women — A married woman may now acquire, hold 
and dispose of property and contract and sue and be sued in all 
respects as if she were a feme sole. 

Registration of Deeds — The Registry of Deeds is at St. John's. 
All deeds and other assurances affecting lands or tenements in the 
Colony, all powers of attorney or substitutions thereof under which 
the same are executed, and all judgments affecting any interest in 
or title to land shall be registered, and such registration is notice 
to all persons claiming an interest in the land subsequent to such 
registration. Unregistered deeds are void as against a subsequent 
purchaser or mortgagee for valuable consideration who shall first 
register his instrument, as against a trustee in insolvency, an 
assignee or trustee under a conveyance for the benefit of creditors, 
or as against any creditor who shall have actually seized or levied 
under attachment or execution. Proof of a deed for registration 
must be by acknowledgment under oath by all the executing 
parties from whom an interest passes, or by the oath of a subscrib- 
ing witness. Deeds may be proved within the Colony before the 
Registrar of Deeds, a Judge of the Supreme Court, the Deputy 



286 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Registrar or Clerk, a Commissioner of the Supreme Court, or a 
Justice of the Peace. They may be proved abroad before a Judge 
of a Court of Record under the seal of such Court, the Mayor or 
Chief Magistrate of any city or town under the seal of such city 
or town, a Notary Public under his official seal, a British Consul 
or Vice-Consul, or a Commissioner of the Supreme Court of New- 
foundland. In all these cases it is unnecessary to prove or certify 
the signature or official seal. 

Wills — Wills must be in writing, and either in the handwriting 
of the» testator and signed by him, or, if not so written and signed, 
must be signed by the testator in the presence of at least two 
witnesses, who shall, in his presence, sign the same as witnesses. 
In case the Will is made by a marksman it must be read over to 
or by the testator before signature in the presence of the witnesses. 
Appointments by Will under a power must be made in the same 
manner. The testator must be at least seventeen years old. Pub- 
lication is not essential. A husband or wife witnessing a Will, 
may take any devise or bequest, etc., contained in it if the Will 
can be sufficiently proved without their being called upon as 
witnesses. Otherwise they can be admitted as witnesses to prove 
the Will but the gift fails. A Will is revoked by marriage. 



NOVA SCOTIA. 2^7 

NOVA SCOTIA 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by Harris, 
Henry, Rogers & Harris, Halifax, of the Nova Scotia Bar. 

Bevised to January 1st, 1914, 

Administration of an estate of an intestate is invariably in the 
hands of the Court of Probate although the Supreme Court has 
jurisdiction in an action for administration brought by a creditor 
to administer in that Court. 

The widow and next of kin must renounce their rights to ad- 
minister the estate before a creditor can be appointed. An admini- 
strator is required to file a bond in two sureties, also an inventory 
of both realty and personalty. The payment of the funeral ex- 
penses of a deceased insolvent, the wages of servants and rent for 
not more than one year have priority in payment over claims of 
creditors, who are paid pro rata. 

Affidavits. — May be sworn within the Province, for use in the 
Supreme or County Courts, before a Commissioner of the Supreme 
Court appointed by the Government for that purpose, or before any 
Barrister of the Supreme Court. Affidavits may be sworn without 
the Province before a Judge of a Court of Record, British Consul, 
Notary Public or Commissioner authorized to administer oaths out 
of the Province, duly appointed by the Governor of the Province. 

Arrest. — Where plaintiff makes an affidavit setting out a good 
cause of action, and that he has probable cause for believing and 
does believe that the defendant is about to leave the Province, a 
Judge or Commissioner without requiring the grounds of belief to 
be stated, may issue an order that the defendant be forthwith 
arrested and held to^bail. 

The defendant is entitled to his release on depositing the 
amount at issue or on giving security by bond with sureties. 

Assignments. — By Chapter 145, Revised Statutes, entitled 
" The Assignment Act," preferential assignments are abolished, and 
declaring that a confession of judgment, any transfer of property 
or other transaction which has the effect of hindering or delaying 
creditors is invalid. Under the Act an assignment must be made 
to the official assignee appointed by the Government of the Province. 
There must be a division pro rata of all the debtor's property 
amongst the creditors. Meetings of the creditors are provided for 
by the Act. At such meetings all questions are decided by a 
majority of the votes of creditors calculated as follows: For every 
claim of over $100 and not exceeding $200, one vote; for every 
claim of over $200 and not exceeding $500, two votes; for every 
claim of over $500 and not exceeding $1,000, three votes; for every 
additional $1,000 or fraction thereof, one vote. Creditors in 
proving claims must state whether they hold security. Chattel 
mortgages, confession of judgment and transfers and conveyances 
of every kind whether of real or personal property if given to a 
creditor by a person in insolvent circumstances are presumed to be 
given with the intent to give that creditor an unjust preference 
within the meaning of the statute if attacked within sixty days from 
their date, or if followed by an assignment by the debtor for the 
benefit of his creditors made within sixty days thereafter. An 
assignment under this statute takes precedence over prior execu- 
tions and attachments where the money has not actually been paid 
over. 



288 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Attachments. — Property of debtor absconding from the Province 
may be attached by creditor. The writ of summons may be in the 
usual form, but must describe the debtor as absent from the Pro- 
vince. Plaintiff must make an affidavit showing a cause of action 
for an amount within the jurisdiction of Court, stating amount of 
debt or damage and that the defendant is absent or absconding 
from the Province. The sum sworn to must be endorsed on the 
writ of attachment. Sheriff can then levy for sum so sworn to with 
$120 for probable costs, if the amount is upwards of $80; and for 
$28 in actions for less. Perishable goods may be sold under order 
of the Court unless defendant or his agent gives security for their 
value within three days after appraisement. 

Barristers and Solicitors. — A barrister, attorney or solicitor of 
any Superior Court in Great Britain or Ireland or in His Majesty's 
Colonies is entitled to be admitted to practice in Nova Scotia on 
producing evidence that he is such barrister, attorney or solicitor, 
that he is of good moral character, and of good standing, and in the 
case of a barrister or solicitor from a Colonial Court, and a solici- 
tor from a Court in the United Kingdom, he must also produce evi- 
dence with regard to his length of service as an articled clerk and 
must also pass the usual final examination in Nova Scotia. Bar- 
risters of any Superior Court of any British Dominion in which 
Nova Scotia Barristers may be admitted on producing evidence of 
admission and good standing, are entitled to admission as barristers 
of the Province on similar evidence. 

Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages. — Must be filed in the 
Registry of Deeds for the registration district wherein the grantor 
resides, or if non-resident then in the district in which the chattels 
are located, accompanied by an affidavit from the grantor that the 
amount therein is due and owing to the grantee, and that the bill 
of sale of chattel mortgage is not made for the purpose of pro- 
tecting the property of the grantor from any claims his creditors 
may have against him. Such affidavit must be sworn before a 
Notary Public or Commissioner of the Supreme Court. The pre- 
scribed form of affidavit should be followed. A bill of sale or 
chattel mortgage takes priority only from the time of the filing 
thereof, and must be renewed within thirty days of the expiration 
of three years from the date of filing. (Chapter 142, Revised 
Statutes. ) 

Claims Against Estates of Deceased Persons. — Executors or ad- 
ministrators of the estates of deceased persons shall, by advertise- 
ment in the " Royal Gazette " newspaper, call upon all persons 
having claims against the estate of the deceased to file the same 
within one year from the date of the advertisement, duly attested 
by the party, or, in his absence from the Province, by his agent, 
before the Judge or Registrar of Probate for the County or Justice 
of the Peace. The affidavit shall be in the following form: 

A. B., of , in the County of 

maketh oath and saith that the foregoing paper writing doth con- 
tain a true and correct account of his demand against the estate 
of C. D., late of , in the County of 

Province of Nova Scotia, deceased, and that all credits to which 
the deceased was honestly and justly entitled, so far as deponent 
believes, have been given on said account, and that the balance of 
is justly and truly owing to deponent. 

Sworn before me at this day of 

A.D. 19 

(Signed) A. B. 

Collection Act. — Is the procedure for the collection of debts 
after judgment. Where Sheriff can find no personal property of 



NOVA SCOTIA. 289 

debtor on which to levy, plaintiff or his solicitor or agent makes an 
affidavit setting out the jrdgment, and that it is still unsatisfied and 
to what amount, and the name and address of debtor, and that he 
has endeavoured to procure satisfaction of the judgment by execu- 
tion directed against the personal property of the debtor and has 
been unable to obtain satisfaction thereof. A Judge or Commis- 
sioner then issues an Order for the appearance before him of the 
debtor for examination by the creditor or his solicitor as to his 
means, present or prospective, of paying the judgment. If the 
evidence shows that the debtor is in receipt of such an income as 
will enable him to pay the debt by instalments, then an order is 
made accordingly. If it is shown that the debt was fraudulently 
contracted, or that the credit was obtained under false pretences, or 
that the debtor contracted the debt without having any reasonable 
expectation of being able to pay, or that the debtor has made any 
fraudulent disposition of his property, or in cases of tort that the 
tort was wilful or malicious, the Judge or Commissioner before 
whom the examination is- held may, by his warrant, commit the 
debtor to jail for a period not exceeding twelve months. The Col- 
lection Act applies to all judgments, whether obtained in the 
Magistrate's, County or Supreme Courts. 

Under this Act imprisonment for debt is abolished except as 
above referred to; but should a Judge or Commissioner make an 
order that the debtor pay the debt by instalments and the debtor 
fails to pay any or all of such instalments, he may be committed to 
jail for disobedience of the order. The Judge or Commissioner may 
also, at the conclusion of such examination, direct that the debtor 
execute an assignment to the creditor of all his real and personal 
property. 

Courts, Jurisdiction and Practice. — Supreme Court of Nova 
Scotia (the High Court of Justice). Actions are commenced by 
writ of summons. In all causes of action where the amount 
claimed is below $80 and over $20 the action may be commenced in 
the County Court. All causes of action where the amount claimed 
is over $8 00 must be brought in the Supreme Court, and in all ex- 
ceeding $20 and under $8 00 it is optional with the plaintiff to 
bring his action in either the County or Supreme Court. The 
Supreme Court has also jurisdiction to try and dispose of all 
actions brought therein, even when it appears that the cause of 
action does not exceed $20. This virtually gives the Supreme 
Court jurisdiction over all summary matters concurrent with that 
of the County Court. Costs, however, are the same as are taxable 
in the County Court. 

If the plaintiff in any action resides out of the Province of Nova 
Scotia he may be compelled, if the defendant contests the suit, to 
give security for the defendant's costs. The security may be a 
bond executed by two persons residing in the Province or by cash 
deposit in Court to abide the result of the suit, or bond of approved 
guarantee company doing business in the Province. If the debt 
sued on is a liquidated demand, i.e., a sum certain, the writ may, 
at the option of the plaintiff, be specially indorsed with particulars 
of plaintiff's claim. After service of a specially indorsed writ, the 
defendant has twenty days within which to file his defence, and the 
plaintiff has a further twenty-one days after service of the defence 
to put in his reply. 

If the action is not a jury cause it may be set down at once 
before a Judge in Chambers. If a defendant appears to a writ 
specially indorsed, and the plaintiff or any one on his behalf makes 
an affidavit, swearing positively to the debt or cause of action, the 
plaintiff may apply for final judgment on giving four days' notice 



290 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

to the defendant. The Court on such an application may make an 
order that the plaintiff have judgment for his claim and costs 
forthwith. 

Deeds. — All deeds, grants, judgments, attachments and other 
documents affecting land must be registered in the registration 
district in which the land affected is situated, and only take effect 
as against third parties from the time of their registration. Deeds 
^nd mortgages must be executed under seal and in the presence of 
a witness. A deed or mortgage may be proved within the Pro- 
vince by oath of witness taken before the Registrar, a Judge of 
the Supreme Court, a Notary Public, a Justice of the Peace, or a 
barrister of the Supreme Court. Out of the Province a deed or 
mortgage may be proved by oath of subscribing witness or acknow- 
ledgment of parties under oath. Such oath can be taken before a 
Judge of any Court of Record, by the Mayor of any Town, by 
Notary Public or by a Commissioner appointed to administer afli- 
4avits without the Province. Where the deed is to be proved in a 
foreign country, the oath must be taken and the attestation with 
the date certified under the hand and seal of any Public Minister, 
Ambassador, Consul, or Vice-Consul of Great Britain. 

Descent of Real and Personal Property. — Real Estate. When 
a person dies intestate, any real estate to which he may be entitled 
at the time of his death shall descend as follows: 

1. In equal shares to children and issue of deceased children 
according to the right of representation. If no children living, to 
his other lineal descendants, who shall share equally, if in same 
degree, otherwise according to the right of representation. 

2. If no issue, one-half to father, one-half to widow in lieu of 
dower; if no widow, the whole to father. 

3. If no issue nor father, one-half to widow, one-half in equal 
shares to mother, brothers and sisters, and the children of any 
deceased brother or sister by right of representation. 

4. If none of foregoing, in equal shares to the next of kin in 
equal degree, excepting where two or more collateral kindred in 
equal degree but claiming through different ancestors; those claim- 
ing through nearest ancestor shall be preferred, but in no case shall 
representatives be admitted among collaterals after brother's and 
sister's children. 

5. If person deceased, unmarried and under age, estate inherited 
from either parent goes to children of same parent and issue 
equally, if of same degree, otherwise according to right of repre- 
sentation; if no children of same parent, to all the issue of the 
other children of the same parent equally, if in the same degree, 
otherwise according to right of representation. Degrees of kindred 

computed by civil law and kindred of half blood inherit equally with 
those of whole blood in same degree. 

Personal property descends in the same way except that after 
the payment of debts, funeral expenses, etc., one-third goes to the 
widow, if any. The widow is allowed all her paraphernalia, wear- 
ing apparel, etc., sustenance for family for ninety days after death 
of husband. 

See *• Administration *' and " Wills.'" 

Dower. — A wife is entitled to dower out of all lands (with a few 
exceptions) of which her husband was seized at and after her mar- 
riage in which she did not bar dower during his lifetime. A 
husband can be tenant by the curtesy only of such of his wife's 
lands as she died seized. 

Foreign Judgment. — A plaintiff may sue in a Nova Scotia Court 
on a foreign judgment, but a defendant may raise in defence any 
plea which he could have raised in the jurisdiction in which the 
judgment was obtained. 



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Imprisonment for Debt. — Imprisonment for debt has been abol- 
ished. The exceptions to this are for disobedience to an order for 
payment of instalments made under the Collection Act (see Collec- 
tion Act) ; where the defendant is about to leave the Province (see 
Arrest); where a judgment is against a defaulting trustee; or 
in respect of a penalty or other payment. 

Interest. — Rate allowed by law 6 per cent. Special contract 
may be made for any rate not exceeding 7 per cent., where security, 
or for any rate not exceeding 10 per cent., where security is 
personalty. 

Intestacy. — See Descent of Real and Personal Property. 

Judgment and Execution. — Execution may issue against defend- 
ant after judgment. A judgment binds the real estate of defendant 
from the time of registration thereof in the Registry of Deeds, and 
after the lapse of one year from the registration of such judgment 
execution may issue thereon for the sale of defendant's real estate. 
An execution issued on a judgment binds personal property of 
defendant from time of levy, and such property may be sold im- 
mediately at Sheriff's sale. All personal property of defendant may 
be seized under execution except certain articles enumerated in 
Rule 40, Order XL. of the Judicature Act, such as necessary wearing 
apparel, household furniture to a certain value, food 30 days for 
debtor and family, certain live stock and food therefor, and tools 
and implements of debtor's trade or occupation. 

Limitation of Actions. — Certain torts, one year. Simple con- 
tracts, six years. Contract under seal and actions to recover land, 
moneys secured by mortgage, judgment, lien, or chargeable upon 
land or rent or legacy, twenty years. Time runs from last payment 
or acknowledgment, if any. 

Married Woman's Property. — (Chap. 11, Revised Statutes). 
Married woman may hold separate estate, do business in her own 
name, sue and defend as feme sole, provided a written consent or 
license of her husband has been filed at the proper registration dis- 
trict specifying her intended business and the address at which she 
intends to cary it on. 

Mortgages. — (See Deeds.) Foreclosed by action in Supreme 
Court. 

.Notes and Bills of Exchange. — Chap. 119, R.S. Canada 1906. 

Practice. — Judicature Act. Practically the same as in England. 

Proof of Claims. — Names of claimant and debtor should be sent 
to solicitor with claims for collection, together with all corre- 
spondence, documents and full particulars of claim. If the claim 
is on a negotiable instrument, bond or agreement the instrument 
itself should be forwarded. 

Wills. — Must be in writing and signed at foot by testator in the 
presence of two witnesses, who shall sign as such in the presence 
of testator and each other. No person under twenty-one years of 
age can make a will. Where a testator dies owning real estate, will 
should be recorded in Registry of Deeds same as deed or mortgage. 

A married woman may make her will without husband's consent, 
provided that if will is made without the husband's consent he may 
elect between his rights under the will and his right as tenant by 
the curtesy. Change of domicile does not revoke a will. Marriage 
revokes a prior will unless under a power of appointment. Succes- 
sion duty is payable to the Government on property situated within 
the Province valued at $5,000 or upwards after payment of debts 
and expenses of administration. 



292 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

ONTAKIO 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by Johnston, 
McKay, Dods & Grant, Barristers, Toronto, of the Ontario Bar. 

Bevised to Jan. 1, 1914- 

Actions and Parties — Actions may be brought by and in the 
name of a trustee or any person to whom the cause of action has 
been assigned, except actions for damages; and all persons liable — 
no matter in what manner — may be, sued in the same action. 

Absconding Debtor — Arrest for Debt — Any person indebted in 
a sum exceeding $100.00, may be arrested if about to leave Ontario 
with the intent to defraud his creditors 

Affidavits may be sworn in a foreign country before a Notary 
Public, a Judge of a Court of Record, or a Commissioner appointed 
by the Supreme Court of Justice to take aflftdavits for use in 
Ontario. Where the officer taking the affidavit has a seal, it should 
be affixed. 

Attachments — See Absconding Debtor. 

Assignments for Benefit of Creditors — A debtor who is unable 
to pay his debts as they become due may make an assignment for 
the general benefit of his creditors, to the Sheriff of the county in 
which he resides, or with the consent of the majority of his credi- 
tors, to any other person, who must be a resident of Ontario. The 
assignment should be filed within five days with the Clerk of the 
County Court in which the debtor resides. The assignor may be 
examined as to the disposition of any of his assets and as to his 
affairs generally, in the same manner in which the judgment debtor 
may be examined, upon resolution of the creditors or of the 
inspectors of the estate appointed by the creditors. Creditors may 
be required to prove their claims by affidavit to be filed with the 
assignee. A creditor must value any security which he has received 
or holds upon any part of the debtor's estate, and the assignee 
may take over this security at the amount of the valuation, plus 
ten per cent, in addition thereto. 

Bankruptcy — There is no bankruptcy law in force in Ontario, 
and a debtor making an assignment for the general benefit of his 
creditors is discharged pro tanto to the extent of the dividend paid 
by the assignee of his estate to his creditors, but not to any greater 
extent. 

Bills and Notes — Three days' grace are allowed except where 
the document is expressed to the contrary or when payable on 
demand. Any rate of interest not exceeding 12 per cent, per 
annum where the amount is under $5 00.00, and any rate where 
the amount exceeds $500.00 may be charged. If no rate is fixed, 
the) legal rate, 5 per cent., can be collected from maturity. A lost 
bill or note may be sued upon, but the defendant may demand a 
satisfactory indemnity in respect of being again called upon to pay 
the same note in the hands of some innocent purchaser. 

Chattel Mortgages may be given on goods and chattels either 
for a present advance or to secure a past debt. It must be regis- 
tered within five days of execution and must be renewed yearly 
by the filing of an affidavit and a statement exhibiting the pay- 
ments made thereon and the balance due. 

Costs — A plaintiff out of Ontario may be required to give 
security for costs of an action brought here. In Division Court 
actions such security may be ordered as the Judge thinks requisite, 
usually from five to twenty-five dollars. In County Court actions. 



ONTARIO. 293 

by depositing one hundred dollars in Court, or by giving a bond of 
a Surety Company within Ontario, or of two other sufflcient sureties 
within Ontario in two hundred dollars. In Supreme Court actions 
double the security required in a County Court action. Additional 
security may be ordered by the Court if the costs are likely to 
exceed the amount of security already given. 

Commissions — Evidence may be taken out of Ontario for use 
in Ontario upon commission, to be taken before some officer 
appointed by order of the Court in which the action is pending. 

Conditional Sales of Chattels — Chattels may be leased or sold 
conditionally, the title not to pass, although the purchaser is 
entrusted with possession, until the full price is paid. The contract 
must be in writing, signed by the purchaser, and a copy thereof 
delivered to him within twenty days from the making thereof. 
If the name and address of the bailor or vendor is painted or 
stamped upon the chattel, the contract need not be registered; 
otherwise it must be registered in the office of the Clerk of the 
County Court of the county where the purchaser resides. If the 
chattels are affixed to the real property, the owner or mortgagee 
of the property may retain possession of the chattel upon paying 
the balance of the price. 

Courts — Claims on open account where the original amount 
of the account has not exceeded $600.00, and where the balance 
sought to be recovered is $100.00 or under, and claims on promis- 
sory notes, bills of exchange, etc., up to $200.00, and for damages 
up to $60.00, may be sued in the Division Court. Claims or 
accounts, notes, etc., up to $800.00, and for damages up to $500.00, 
may be sued in the County Court. All other actions must be 
brought in the Supreme Court of Justice. 

Evidence — All parties, whether interested in the cause of 
action or not, are competent witnesses. 

Examination of Judgment Debtor — In Division Court cases the 
defendant may be examined before the Judge of the Court in which 
the judgment is standing as to his property and his ability to pay 
the amount of the judgment, and an order for payment by instal- 
ments may be made against the debtor. In case of his refusal, 
where the Judge thinks he is able to pay, the debtor may be com- 
mitted to jail for contempt. In County and Supreme Court actions 
the judgment debtor may be examined as to what property he pos- 
sesses, or as to what disposition he has made of any property, but 
cannot be ordered to pay the judgment by instalments. 

Execution may issue against the goods and chattels and lands 
and tenements of the debtor after judgment. In Division Courts 
fourteen days after trial, but on default judgments, execution can 
Issue at once. 

Exemptions — The necessary wearing apparel, bedding, furni- 
ture, forty dollars worth of provisions, one cow, and other articles 
mentioned in the Act are exei^mpt from execution. 

Fraudulent Conveyances — Conveyances made by debtors when 
insolvent, if attacked within sixty days, or if the debtor assigns 
within sixty days, are prima facie void. 

Garnishment of Debts — In Division Court actions garnishment 
proceedings may be commenced at the same time that the 
action is brought. In County Court and Supreme Court actions 
debts and moneys owing the debtor can only be attached or gar- 
nished after judgment. 

Interest— (See Bills and Notes). 

Intestate Estates — 1. Where husband dies intestate without 
Issue, the widow takes $1,000.00 and one half the balance, the 
remainder goes to the father, mother, brothers and sisters (or child- 



294 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

ren of brothers and sisters per stirpes), in equal shares; failing 
these, to heirs at law of husband. 

2. Where husband dies leaving issue and widow, one third to 
widow, two thirds to child or equally among children. 

3. Where husband dfes leaving child or children and no widow, 
all to child or children equally. 

4. Where wife dies leaving husband and no children, half to 
husband, balance to father, mother, brothers and sisters of 
deceased in equal shares. 

5. Where wife dies leaving husband and child or children, one 
ithird to husband, balance to child or children equally. 

6. Where intestate dies unmarried and without issue, the 
father, mother, brothers and sisters take equally, the child or 
children of any brother or sister deceased taking the parent's share. 
Failing these, then to his other heirs at law. 

7. Paternal ancestors take in priority to maternal ancestors. 
Judgments — A judgment binds both real and personal property 

from the date of its being placed in the hands of the Sheriff. 
Writs of execution must be renewed every three years. 

Judgments, Foreign — Actions may be brought in Ontario on an 
exemplification of a foreign judgment issued from the Court in 
which the judgment was recovered under its seal; and if the 
defendant has defended the action in the foreign jurisdiction, he 
cannot raise the same defence in Ontario. 

Limitation of Actions — Simple contract debts are statute bar- 
red after six years from the time when the cause of action arose, 
or from last acknowledgment in writing signed by the debtor, or 
from the last payment on account. Contracts under seal in twenty 
years. The right to recover possession of land after ten years' 
adverse possession. 

Liens — Mechanics and wage-earners and persons furnishing 
materials in the construction of buildings, works, etc., upon any 
land may register a lien against the land for their claim within 
thirty days from the tim© the right to register the lien arose, and 
is enforcible by sale of the debtor's property. 

Married Women may hold both real and personal property free 
from any rights, debts or obligations of the husband; may pur- 
chase, acquire and dispose of her estate as if she were unmarried, 
and may sell to or buy from her husband without the intervention 
of a, trustee. It has recently been held by the House of Lords in 
Bank of Montreal vs. Stewart, that in order to become bound as 
surety for an obligation of her husband, she must have indepen- 
dent legal advice. She may be sued and judgment recovered 
against her, to be satisfied out of any separate estate which she 
possessed at the time of the judgment or which she may thereafter 
possess. 

Mining — In order to prospect for mines or hold mining claims, 
a Miner's License must be obtained from the Bureau of Mines or 
from the Recorder of a Mining Division. Mining claims are 
usually forty acres in extent. For general information see Mining 
Act of Ontario. 

Registry of Deeds — All deeds affecting any land should be 
registered in the registry office of the county in which the lands 
are situate. 

Widow — If the husband dies intestate, the widow takes a third 
of his property absolutely, or takes one-third of all the property 
undisposed of by his will if there be issue, and one-half if there 
be none. The husband may dispose of all his property by will, 
but cannot take away from the wife her right to dower; that is, 
a one-third interest for life in his real estate. 



ONTARIO. 295 

Wills — Any person of the age of twenty-one years may make 
a Will, which must be in writing, signed at the foot or end thereof 
with the proper signature of the testator, and must be made in the 
presence of two witnesses who shall each sign his or her name to 
the Will as a witness thereto. Any person witnessing a Will can- 
not take any legacy or bequest thereunder, but an executor may 
be a witness. A Will is revoked by the marriage of the maker 
unless the Will expressly declares that it is made in contemplation; 
of marriage, and in two or three other excepted cases. 



296 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by McLeod & 
Bentley, Charlottetown, of the Prince Edward Island Bar. 

Eevised to January 1st, 1914. 

Absent Debtors — A non-resident debtor, if found in the Pro- 
vince, may be arrested upon an affidavit of debt being made shewing 
that he is a non-resident. The property of an absent or abscond- 
ing debtor may be attached upon affidavit being made of the debt 
and of the fact that the debtor is so absent or absconding. An 
absent debtor may be served with a Writ of Summons issued out 
of the Supreme Court, and the plaintiff may proceed to judgment 
upon satisfying the Court by affidavit that there is a cause of action 
which arose within the jurisdiction, or that the action is in respect 
of the breach of a contract made within the jurisdiction, and on 
proof of the service of the Writ. A Writ of Summons against a 
foreign corporation which may enter into a contract or transact 
any business in the Province may be served upon its manager, 
agent or sub-agent, within the Province, or upon the person who 
transacts, negotiates or solicits any business on behalf of such cor- 
poration within the Province. (See also Courts). 

Actions — (See Courts). 

Administrations of Estates — There is one Surrogate and Probate 
Court for the Province, with office at Charlottetown. In this Court 
letters of probate and administration are granted and estates of 
deceased persons usually administered. In cases of intestacy, ad- 
ministration may be granted to the widow or next of kin; or if 
they neglect applying for letters of administration for thirty days 
after the death of the intestate, administration may be granted to 
a creditor after first citing the widow and next of kin and their 
refusing to administer. Claims should be proved against the 
estate within eight months after letters testamentary have been 
taken out, as after that time the executor, on being sued, may 
plead specially that he had no notice of the debt, and that he has 
applied the assets in his hands in payment of the debts proved 
against the estate and of which he had notice. If the personalty 
is insufficient to pay debts, executor or admisistrator may, by leave 
of the Surrogate, sell the real estate. Estates of deceased persons 
may also be administered in the Court of Chancery, in which Court 
lands are assets for the payment of debts in the event of the per- 
sonal property of the deceased being insufficient. (See Taxes). 

Affidavits — Affidavits to be made abroad may be sworn before 
a Judge of a Court of Record, or of a Superior Court, or of a County 
Court, or before a British Consul, Vice-Consul, or (Consular Agent, 
or before the Mayor of any City or Town, or before a Notary Public, 
or before a Commissioner authorized to administer oaths out of 
the Province, duly appointed by the Government of the Province. 

Aliens — Previous to confederation (A.D. 1873), aliens might 
hold real estate not exceeding 200 acres. Now, by Dominion 
Statute, aliens may hold real and personal property of every des- 
cription the same as natural-born British subjects, and succession 
may be traced through aliens; but an alien is not eligible for any 
public office. Aliens may be summoned to defend suits in this 
Province in certain cases. (See Courts). 

Arrest — A resident debtor can not be arrested by process out of 
Supreme Court, except by Judge's order, to be made on affidavit on 
proof of debt, and showing facts and circumstances to satisfy Judge 



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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 297 

that there is good and probable cause for believing that debtor, 
unless forthwith apprehended, is about to quit the Province with 
intent to defraud creditor or creditors. Non-resident debtor, if 
found in the Province, may be arrested upon an affidavit of debt 
being made showing that he is a non-resident. Capias from County 
Court may issue for any sum over $8 and not over $150, upon an 
affidavit being made of amount of debt and of belief that debtor is 
about to depart from the Province to evade payment of his debts. 

Assignments — ( See Insolvency ) . 

Attachments — The property of an absent or absconding debtor 
may be attached upon affidavit being made of the debt and of the 
fact that debtor is so absent or absconding. Property of a resident 
debtor, except debts, etc. (see Garnishment), can not b© seized or 
attached until after judgment. 

Banks — The agent or manager of any bank established abroad 
carrying on business in this Province is to be assessed and taxed 
on the average volume of business done here. (See Interest, Cor- 
porations). 

Bills of Sale and Deeds of Trust — Absolute bills of sale or 
transfer of chattels are void ' (except as between grantor and 
grantee) unless grantee forthwith, upon execution thereof, take 
actual possession of chattels and grantor ceases to have possession. 
Chattel mortgage requires* to be registered and to have an affdavit 
endorsed, made by the grantee or his agent, to the effect that 
grantor is really indebted to the grantee in the amount expressed 
in the mortgage, or that a consideration of nature and amount 
therein expressed really and truly exists, and that to the best of 
his knowledge and belief the mortgage was not executed for the 
purpose or with the intent of protecting the property therein des- 
cribed from creditors of the grantor, or of defrauding the creditors 
of the grantor or any of them. Statutes of Elizabeth (13 Eliz. 
chap. 5, and 27 Eliz. chap. 4) are in force. Chattel mortgages or 
other conveyances or transfers (except such as are given for a 
present, actual bona fide payment or advance of money, or made 
in consideration of any present, actual bona fide sale or delivery 
of goods or other property) are void if given by a debtor in insol- 
vent circumstances with intent to give an undue preference over 
other creditors or to prejudice or delay any of his creditors. 

Corporations may be created by special Dominion or Provincial 
statute, or by letters patent issued under the Dominion or Provin- 
cial Companies Acts. The liability of shareholders is usually 
limited to the amount of shares subscribed, and when the shares 
are paid in full, shareholders are discharged from further liability. 
Foreign corporations may do business in the Province and may 
bring action in the Courts as if incorporated within the Province. 
Certain taxes are imposed upon foreign insurance and other com- 
panies transacting business within the Province. 

Courts — For the recovery of debts, County Courts have juris- 
diction where debt does not exceed $150. Judge tries all cases 
without a jury, and no solicitors' or attorneys' fees are allowed. 
Sixteen circuits are established throughout the Province, at each 
of which a Court is held in August, October, December and March. 
A judgment in the County Court can not affect land or title to land. 
Supreme Court has jurisdiction in all actions at common law (ex- 
cept that no action can be brought for debt when the amount is 
under $32). All actions are commenced by Writ of Summons. 
When claim is for a liquidated amount or debt, summons may be 
specially endorsed, and if defendant (resident in Province) fails 
to appear within eight days after service, judgement by default 
may be entered and execution may issue in fourteen days after last 
day for appearance. Summons may be served on a British subject ; 

20 



298 SYNOPIS OF LAWS. 

rpsiding out of the Province in respect of the cause of action aris- 
ing within. jurisdiction or in respect of a breach of a contract made 
within the jurisdiction. Proceedings in like cases may be brought 
against any person residing out of Province though not a British 
subject, but instead of a summons being served upon him he is 
served with a notice of the summons having been issued. In these 
cases time for appearance will be regulated according to distance 
from Province. Upon the minute of a judgment in Supreme Court 
being filed, such judgment binds all interest in land then held by 
defendant, and also such as he may acquire until judgment is paid. 
Such judgment will take priority over a subsequent deed or mort- 
gage, and against a previous deed or mortgage but registered sub- 
sequently. A Chancery Court also exists, having full equitable 
jurisdiction. 

Creditors' Bills — There is no statute authorizing a creditors' 
bill for general discovery and in aid of common law execution, but 
statutes enable a judgment creditor to examine the judgment deb- 
tor on oath before a judge touching his estate and effects, and as 
to the disposition he has made of his property since the debt on 
which judgment was recovered was contracted, and as to what 
property he still has and what debts may be owing to him. Pro- 
ceedings to annul fraudulent conveyanes by a debtor may be taken 
by bill in equity under the English Statutes of Elizabeth. Convey- 
ances and securities made or given by a debtor in insolvent 
circumstances with intent to give a preference to one or more 
creditors over other creditors may be impeached and annulled 
under a Provincial statute. A creditor may also file a bill in equity 
for administration of the estate of a deceased debtor. (See 
Insolvency). 

Debtor — (See Absent Debtor). 

Deeds, Mortgages and Conveyances of real property must be 
made under seal and should be registered in order to prevent a 
later grantee or encumbrancer from obtaining priority by prior 
registration. The execution of deeds must be proved before regis- 
try by the acknowledgment of the grantor or by the oath of a 
witness before the proper officer, and his certificate of such 
acknowledgment indorsed thereon. Commissioners for taking such 
acknowledgments to deeds are appointed, and where there is no 
such Commissioner, the execution of the deed may be proved before 
a Notary Public, certified under his official seal. A married woman 
of full age may convey her interest in land by deed executed with 
her husband and a proper acknowledgment apart from her husband 
before a Justice of the Peace or a Notary Public, that same was 
signed by her of her own free will and consent had without any 
compulsion, and that she was aware of the nature of the contents 
thereof. Any separate property of a married woman acquired since 
1896 may be disposed of by her as if she were not married. Powers 
of Attorney, executed by a married woman, authorizing another to 
convey land, must describe the land to be conveyed with asufficient 
certainty. No more than one witness is necessary to the execution 
of any deed unless same is executed in pursuance of a power of 
appointment specially directing more than one witness to be neces- 
sary. A wife should join her husband in conveying land in order 
to bar her right of dower. (See Dower). 

Depositions may be made by oath or by affirmation, or 
solemn declaration. Witnesses abroad may have their evidence in 
an action taken by commission before a Commissioner to be ap- 
pointed by the Judge or Court who grants the order for commission. 
Witnesses within the Province who are sick, aged or infirmed, may 
give evidence in an action on commission on a proper application 
being made for th© purpose. (See Affidavits). 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 299 

Descent and Distribution of Property — In cases of intestacy land 
(subject to widow's right of dower) is divided among all children 
or their legal representatives in equal shares, and in case there be 
no children, or their representatives, then to the next of kin in 
equal degree, but no representation admitted among collaterals 
after brothers' and sisters' children. If, after death of a father, 
any of his children die intestate without wife or child in the life 
timei of the mother, every brother and sister of the intestate shall 
have an equal share with her. When a brother and sister of the 
whole blood and a brother and sister of the half blood shall be such 
next of kin, the distribution shall be confined to the brother and 
sister of the whole blood. When the next of kin shall be a brother 
or sister and a grandfather or grandmother, distribution shall be 
confined to the brother or sister or the representatives of them. 

The father may be heir to his child dying without issue, and 
shall be preferred as heir to such child before a brother or sister 
of such child. Personal estate (after payment of all debts) is 
distributed as follows: One third to widow and residue in equal 
proportions amongst children and those legally representing them; 
if no children or representatives, then one half to widow and 
residue amongst next of kin. No representation amongst collat- 
erals after brothers' and sisters' children. 

Dovi^er — A wife is entitled to dower by the common law, and by 
statute the right is extended so as to attach to the husband's equit- 
able estate of inheritance in possession and to estates partly legal 
and partly equitable. She is also entitled to dower when the 
husband was entitled to a right of entry or action in any land in 
which she would have had dower had he recovered possession there- 
of. Where a wife of unsound mind has a right of dower in her 
husband's land, the land may be sold freed from her dower by order 
of a Judge of the Supreme Court. 

Executions — Goods of defendant are bound by an execution out 
of Supreme Court from time same is placed in Sheriff's hands. An 
execution from County Court does not affect defendant's goods 
until same are actually levied on. Land may be sold under an 
execution issued out of Supreme Court after six months notice of 
such sale in manner provided by statute. 

Foreign Corporations — (See Absent Debtors, Corporations). 

Foreign Judgments — The record of a judgment against a 
resident of this Province, obtained in any other Province or Coun- 
try, is not conclusive evidence in any suit to be brought on such 
judgment within this Island, of the correctness of such judgment, 
but the defendant may dispute the facts or cause of action upon 
which such judgment is found as fully as if such foreign judgment 
had never been given. 

Garnishment — All sums of money, whether liquidated or un- 
liquidated, payable to a debtor for any cause of action other than 
personal torts or wrongs, can be attached by a creditor either before 
or after judgment. 

Insolvency — Although the Dominion ParliamJent has jurisdiction 
to pass a general law applicable to the Provinces in cases of bank- 
ruptcy or insolvency, no such law now exists. By a statute of the 
Province, when a debtor is in insolvent circumstances or unable 
to pay his debts in full, or knows himself to be on the eve of insol- 
vency and voluntarily confesses a judgment in favour of a creditor, 
or makes any gift, conveyance, assignment, transfer, delivery, or 
payment of goods or chattels, or of bills, shares, or other property, 
real or personal, with intent to defeat, hinder, delay, or prejudice 
any of his creditors, or with intent to give any of his creditors an 
unjust preference over his other creditors, such confession of judg- 
ment, deed, gift, conveyance, payment, etc., shall, as against his 



300 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

creditors who are prejudiced, delayed, or hindered, be utterly void; 
such transaction, if impeached within sixty days, shall be pre- 
sumed to be made with such intentions, if the effect of such tran- 
saction is to give to a creditor a preference over others and whether 
the grantee has any knowledge of the grantor's insolvency 
pr of his intent or not. This does not, however, invalidate any 
gift, conveyance, assignment, or delivery of any property or any 
security executed bona fide for a present actual bona fide payment 
in money, or for a present actual bona fide sale or delivery of pro- 
perty, if the money or property so paid, sold, or delivered bear a 
reasonable value to the consideration therefor. A debtor may make 
a general assignment for the general benefit of his creditors, rate- 
ably and without prejudice. 

Intestacy. — See "Administration of Estates," and "Descent and 
Distribution of Property.' ' 

Liens — Lien notes and hire receipts given for manufactured 
goods or chattels (except household furniture, which, however, does 
not include pianos, organs, or other musical instruments) are not 
valid against subsequent purchasers or mortgagees, without notice 
for valuable consideration, unless at the time possession is given 
to the bailee the name and address of the manufacturer, bailor, or 
vendor of the same is printed, stamped, or engraved thereon, or 
otherwise plainly attached thereto. But this does not invalidate 
any note, receipt, or instrument evidencing the bailment or con- 
ditional sale, which is filed within ten days from its execution with 
the Prothonotary of the Court in the County in which the. bailee or 
purchaser resides. 

Limitations — On simple contracts suits must be commenced 
within six years from time that debt falls due, or from the date of 
the last payment on account of such debt. A promise or acknow- 
ledgment in writing, signed by the debtor, is sufficient to take 
simple contracts out of the statute, and time will then begin to run 
from the date of such written prqmise or acknowledgment. Actions 
to recover any sums of money secured by any mortgage, judgment 
or lien, or otherwise chargeable out of any land, must be brought 
within twenty years next after a present right to receive the same 
shall have accrued to some person capable of giving a discharge for 
the same, unless in the meantime some part of the principal money 
or interest thereon shall have been paid, or some acknowledgment 
of the right thereto shall have been given in writing by the person 
by whom the same shall be payable, or his agent, and in such case 
within twenty years from the last of such payments or acknowledg- 
ments. 

Married Woman — Married woman is capable of acquiring, hold- 
ing, and disposing of any real or personal property in the same 
manner as if she were a femme sole, and may enter into contracts, 
and may render herself liable in respect and to the extent of her 
separate property. 

Taxes — The real and personal property of a deceased person, 
if exceeding $3,000.00, are subject to a succession duty varying 
from one and a half per cent, to seven and a half per cent., accord- 
ing to the amount of the estate, and to what parties it passes. 
Companies with head-office without the Province doing business 
here as stock-brokers, pay a tax of one hundred and fifty dollars a 
year. (See Banks, Corporations). 

^ Wills — Wills must be signed in presence of two witnesses pres- 
ent at the same time, who shall, in presence of a testator and in the 
presence of each other sign their names as witnesses. A witness to a 
Will can take no benefit under it, but an executor named in Will may 
be a witness. 



QUEBEC.^ 301 

: QUEBEC 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the "Canada Legal Directory" by McLennan, 
Howard & Aylmer, Montreal, of the Quebec Bar. 

Eevised to January 1st, 1914. 

The law of the Province of Quebec relating to property and civil 
rights is to be found in the Civil Code of Lower Canada of 1866, 
which is to a large extent a codification and adaptation of the old 
customary law of the Prevoste of Paris. It is very similar to the 
Code Napoleon, which is derived from the same source. 

Accounts. — Non-resident Plaintiff. — A non-resident plaintiff is 
free to sue in our courts, but he may be required to produce a power 
of attorney appointing a resident of the Province to sue and receive 
payment on his behalf, and he may also be required to furnish 
security for the costs which may be incurred by the defendant in 
defending the action. (See Power of Attorney.) Security may be 
furnished by (1) a deposit in court; (2) the bond of a personal 
surety or sureties; or (3) the bond of a duly licensed surety com- 
pany. The full names, domicile, and legal description of the non- 
resident plaintiff must be given when suit is to be brought. 

Accounts. — Proof Of. — In cases in which the debtor does not 
enter an appearance, proof may be made by the affidavit of any 
person having full knowledge of the facts. (See Affidavit.) In all 
cases where the debtor appears, even though he does not contest, 
proof must be made by testimony adduced either before the court 
or under a rogatory commission. 

Affidavit. — Affidavits for use in the Province of Quebec may be 
made before (1) a commissioner appointed to receive affidavits for 
use in the courts of this Province; (2) the mayor or chief magis- 
trate of a city or town under his seal of office; (3) any British 
Consul or Vice-Consul. An affidavit taken before a Justice of the 
Peace, Notary Public or a Commissioner outside the Province of 
Quebec will not be received by our courts. 

Agents. — An agent binds his principal within the scope of his- 
mandate, express or apparent. If he exceeds such authority he ren- 
ders himself personally liable, but not the principal, who, however, 
may ratify a previously unauthorized act. Brokers and factors who- 
buy and sell on commission for foreign principals, are personally 
liable towards third parties, whether the name of the principal be- 
disclosed or not. An agent may continue to bind his principal 
towards third parties until such third parties are notified of the 
revocation of his mandate. 

Appeals. — In matters of over $100.00 an appeal can be had to 
the Superior Court sitting in Review, but the appellant must file his 
inscription in review within fifteen days after the rendering of the 
judgment appealed from and deposit from $50.00 to $75.00 as 
security. 

In matters exceeding $500.00 an appeal can be taken to the Court 
of King's Bench (Appeal Side), within two months, upon giving 
security. 

Further appeals are governed by the Supreme Court Act, R.S.C., 
cap. 139, and the Rules of the Privy Council, to which an appeal can 
ho had in cases involving an amount exceeding $5,000.00. 

Arrest for Debt. — Can be had only by means of a writ of capias 
ad respondendum. A plaintiff may obtain such a writ upon affidavit 
setting forth that the defendant owes him a personal debt of at 
least $50, created or payable within the limits of the Provinces of 
Quebec and Ontario in any of the following cases: (a> "When the 
debtor is immediately about to leave the Provinces of Quebec and 
Ontario with intent to defraud his creditors in general and the 



302 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

plaintiff in particular; (b) when the defendant has secreted or is 
secreting his property with the same intent; or (c) when the debtor 
is a trader who has ceased his payments and refused to make a 
judicial abandonment of his property for the benefit of his creditors, 
although duly required to do so. 

Assigned Claims. — May be collected by the assignee after notice 
of assignment has been served upon the debtor. 

Assignments. — Any unsecured creditor for the sum of $200 or 
over may move the Court to make a demand of abandonment of 
property upon a debtor. The creditor so demanding must accom- 
pany his praecipe by an affidavit and vouchers in support of his 
claim. The creditor so demanding is usually appointed judicial 
guardian, and is bound to give notice of such appointment to other 
creditors in the manner prescribed by law or the court, summoning 
them to meet at a fixed date and place for the purpose of appoint- 
ing a curator. A majority in value of the creditors represented at 
that meeting appoint the curator, together with inspectors, to assist 
him in the winding up of the insolvent estate, which the curator 
then proceeds to do. An assignment for the benefit of the creditors 
does not discharge the debtor except from the amounts paid by the 
curator to the creditors. 

Attachments. — A writ of attachment before judgment is allowed 
on conditions similar to those required for a writ of capias (See 
Arrest for Debt), except that it may be issued for a sum of $5 and 
upwards. (See also Revendication, ) 

Attachments after judgment in the hands of third parties is 
effected by the service upon them of a writ ordering them to retain 
and declare under oath on a day specified in the writ, whatever 
money or effects they may hold or which may subsequently come 
into their possession, belonging to the debtor; upon delivering over 
such effects or moneys in the manner ordered by the court, they 
obtain a judicial discharge. The debtor may, at any time after 
judgment and before execution, deposit with the clerk of the 
Circuit Court one-fifth of his salary with a sworn statement of 
amount of such salary, and name, occupation and place of business 
of employer, and thus escape seizure. Anyone seizing in the hands 
of the employer after such deposit has been made, is liable in dam- 
ages. Other creditors may, within eight days of such deposit, fyle 
their claims and give notice to parties when they are entitled to share 
in the distribution of such deposit. 

Banks. — Are subject to general Bank Acts of Canada. 
Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes. See R. S. C. Cap. 119. 
Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages. — Are not valid in the Pro- 
vince of Quebec. 

Bills of Lading. — Give title to goods represented by them, are 
negotiable, and may be pledged in the same manner as the effects 
they represent. 

Bulk Sales. — Any person who directly or indirectly buys any 
stock in trade or merchandise must, before paying the purchase 
price, whether the sale be for cash or upon time, obtain from the 
seller an Affidavit containing the names and addresses of the per- 
sons who have sold him the said stock in trade and who have not 
been paid, and the amount due to each. Every sale or transfer of 
a stock in trade made otherwise is as regards every creditor who 
has sold the Vendor such stock in trade null and void until such 
creditor is paid or settled with. The buyer having received the 
Affidavit must pay to the creditors therein mentioned ratably and 
in accordance with the contract between them and the seller the 
sums which are due them for such effects or merchandise. This 
provision does not apply to the different officers acting under 
authority of the Courts. 

(The Statute I. Geo. V, First Session, Cap. 39, gives the form 
in which the Affidavit should be made.) 



QUEBEC. 303 

Collections. — See Accounts. 

Corporations. — Corporations are constituted either as joint- 
stock companies under letters patent, or by special Acts of Parlia- 
ment or of the Legislature. 

A joint-stock company can be formed for the prosecution of any 
lawful industrial pursuit, excepting the construction and working 
of railways, or of telegraph and telephone lines, or the business of 
banking, of insurance, or of a loan company. Shareholders are 
liable only for the amount of their subscription. 

The laws governing joint-stock .companies, their formation, 
management, liquidation, etc., are set forth in statutes of the Domin- 
ion and of the Province, and are too extensive to be summarized 
here, but they do not differ very materially from those in force in 
other English countries. 

Extra-Provincial corporations taay do business in this Province 
provided they take out a license, register as such, and pay the taxes 
imposed by statute. 

Deeds. — Deeds may be made in either of the following forms: 
(a) Authentic; and (b) by private writing. An authentic deed is 
signed by the parties in the presence of a Notary Public, who also 
signs as such. The original remains of record in the office of the 
Notary and constitutes part of his repertory. Copies certified to 
by the Notary are issued as required, and make proof of their con- 
tents in the same manner as an original deed. Certain deeds must 
be in authentic form, the most important class being those by which 
real estate, situate in the parishes formerly governed by the Seig- 
norial law, is transferred or hypothecated, or some real right 
therein created or transferred. Deeds affecting lands in the parts 
of the Province held in free and common soccage, may be made by 
private writing between the parties, usually in the presence of sub- 
scribing witnesses. The original only makes proof of the facts 
therein contained according to the rules of the common law. 

Employers' Liability. — See Workmen's Compensation. 

Exemptions. — The following articles are exempt from seizure: 
Beds, bedding and bedsteads used by the family; wearing 
apparel; two stoves and their little appendages; cooking utensils 
and furniture up to fifty dollars; a sewing machine; fuel and wood 
for three months; a span of horses or yoke of oxen; one cow, two 
pigs, four sheep, plough, harrow, cart, etc.; books relating to the 
profession, art and trade of the debtor to the value of $200.00; 
tools, implements or chattels ordinarily used in his profession, art 
or trade to the value of $200.00; any money or objects given or 
bequeathed for aliment on condition of their being exempt from 
seizure. 

Foreign Judgments. — Foreign judgments make prima facie proof 
of the debt, but the defendant will be allowed to appear and plead 
anything that he has already pleaded, or could have pleaded 
in the first court. If a judgment of one of the other Provinces of 
Canada is proceeded upon, the defendant cannot plead to it if he 
has already contested in the case in the court where the judgment 
was taken, or has been personally served with the writ of summons. 

Fraud, Statute of. — The statute of fraud is in force in this 
province. In commercial matters where the sum exceeds $50.00, 
proof cannot be made by verbal testimony (a) of any promise where- 
by a debt is taken out of the operation of the law representing the 
limitation of actions; (b) of any promise or ratification made by a 
person of the age of majority of any obligation contracted during his 
minority; (c) upon any representation or assurance in favor of a 
person to enable him to obtain credit, money or goods thereupon; or 
(d) upon any contract for the sale of goods, unless the buyer has 
accepted or received part of the goods or given something in earnest 
to bind the bargain. Verbal proof can in no case be made to contra- 
dict the terms of a valid written agreement, unless an admission 
can be secured from the opposite party. 



304 SYNOPIS OF LAWS. 

Insolvency. — See Assignment for Benefit of Creditors. 

Intestacy. — In cases of abintestate su.ocession, the property 
passes to the lawful heirs to the twelfth degree, and in default of 
them to the surviving consort, or if there be none, to the Crown. 
Alliens may inherit in the same manner as British subjects. The 
order in which the heirs inherit is (1) descendant relatives, if 
any, the nearest excluding the more remote; (2) in default of 
descendant relatives then tihe property of the succession passes, 
half to the father and mother or one of them, and the other half 
to his brothers, sisters, nephews and nieces who come by repre- 
sentation of a deceased brother or sister. As regards the more 
remote relatives, the general rule is that the nearest blood rela- 
tive of each line (paternal and maternal) exclude the more remote 
relatives of the same line. No one is bound to accept a succession, 
but a succession may be accepted under benefit of inventory. The 
law of the Province of Quebec makes no provision for Letters of 
Administration, but. Letters of Verification may be obtained if the 
deceased was intestate and had property outside the limits of this 
Province, or debts due by persons not residing therein. The Peti- 
tion to that effect sets forth that the person whose succession has 
devolved has died intestate, and mentions the persons who are his 
heirs and their relationship to him. Its allegations must be veri- 
fied by Affidavit, and must be served upon the known heirs who 
reside in the Province. A summary of the application and the 
time when it will be made must be inserted once a week during 
four consecutive weeks in one French newspaper and one English 
newspaper in the district in which the application is to be made. 
It must be supported by proper certificates of birth, etc. Any heir 
may enter an appearance and contest in the same manner as an 
ordinary action is contested. 

Joint-Stock Companies. (See Corporations). 

Limitation of Actions. — The following actions are prescribed by 
two years: For wages of workmen not reputed domestics and who 
are hired for a year or more. 

The following actions are pres6ribed by one year: For wages 
of clerks and other employees who are hired by the day, week or 
month, or for less than a year. 

The following are prescribed by five years: Upon inland or 
foreign bills of exchange, promissory notes, or notes for the deliv- 
ery of grain or other things, or upon any claim of a commercial 
nature, reckoning from maturity, except bank notes; of moveable 
effects (between non-traders) or between traders and non-traders. 

Marriage Contract. — Marriage contract must be passed before 
a notary public, and may contain any provisions not contrary to the 
law or good morals. It must be completed before the marriage, as 
no alterations or additions can be made after the marriage cere- 
mony. 

Married Women. — A married woman, common as to property 
with her husband, may carry on business in her own name if author- 
ized by him. The husband is liable for her business debts. If she 
be separated from him as to property by contract of marriage she 
retains the entire administration of her property, moveable and 
immoveable. She cannot, however, alienate her immoveables with- 
out the special consent of her husband. She cannot bind herself 
for her husband's debts, saving the rights of creditors who contract 
in good faith. 

Partnership, Limited, Special, Etc. — Partnership may be limited 
or general. A limited partnership must contain one or more gen- 
eral partners who are responsible for all the obligations of the firm. 
The limited partner contracts to furnish a certain amount; and,- 
provided the amount is furnished, and he does not intermeddle with* 



QUEBEC. 305' 

the affairs of the partnership in such a way as to give himself out to- 
the public as a general partner, his liability is restricted to this sum. 

General partners are liable in their personal property to the 
full extent of the firm's obligations. 

Power of Attorney. — Must contain the full name and legal 
description of both the principal and the agent, and the nature 
of the debt, and confer power to sue, and to receive payment. 

Registration. — All real rights and the priority of same are estab- 
lished by registration in a public registry office kept for the purpose; 
such real rights subject to be registered take effect from the 
moment of their registration. They have no effect against creditors 
whose rights have been previously registered. 

Revendication. — Attachments in revendication may be issued to 
secure property claimed by the plaintiff which is illegally detained 
by the defendant. 

The right to Revendicate is subject to four conditions: (1) The 
sale must not have been made on credit; (2) the thing sold must 
still be entire and in the same condition; (3) and must not have 
passed into the hands of a third party who has paid for it; and (4) 
the right must be exercised within eight days after the delivery 
(which is extended to thirty days in case of the debtor's insolvency). 
A conservatory seizure may also be made in certain specified cases, 
or of goods in transit, or even after the goods have reached the 
defendant's possession, if the conditions for revendication exist. 

Taxation. — This question is too complicated to be dealt with 
here, but generally all commercial corporations, companies, partner- 
ships and persons doing business within the Province are subject to 
special business assessments payable to the Provincial Government, 
as well as business taxes levied by the municipalities within which 
they open and maintain offices. Joint stock companies and corpora- 
tions must pay to the Province a tax proportionate to the amount of 
their capital stock or such proportion thereof as may be employed 
within the Province, besides a special tax for each office or branch 
office maintained within the Province. See 6 Edw. VII., Cap. 10, 
and amendments. 

Traders. — Any individual who is in possession of his civil rights 
may carry on trade or business in the Province. Any person doing 
business alone under any other name than his own must register in 
the offices of the Prothonotary and Registrar, a declaration, stating 
his full name and legal description, the nature of the business and 
the name under which it is to be conducted, and stating whether he 
is married or single, and, if married, particulars as to ante-nuptial 
contract. Such registration must be effected, under penalty of a 
heavy fine, within sixty days from date of commencing business. 
Every partnership and commercial company doing business within 
the Province must be similarly registered. 

Wills. — Wills may be taade in either of three forms: (1) Before 
two notaries, or one notary and two witnesses; (2) before two sub- 
scribing witnesses, who sign as such in the presence and sight of 
the testator and of each other; (3) holograph — that is, written 
entirely and signed by the testator. The two latter have no special 
form. No restrictions are imposed by the law with regard to the 
free disposition of property by will. 

Workmen's Compensation. — Workmen, employees and appren- 
tices employed in certain industrial pursuits and injured by reason 
of or in the course of their work have a right to a certain portion 
of their wages, or, if killed, their representatives have a right to- 
from $1,000 to $2,000, without necessity of proof of fault on 
employer's part unless the victim intentionally provoked the acci- 
dent. 

If the fault be serious and wilful misconduct of either the victim^ 
or employer, the Court may increase or diminish compensation. 



306 SYNOPSIS OP LAWS. 

SASKATCHEWAN 

SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

Compiled expressly for the * 'Canada Legal Directory" by Haultain, 
Cross, Jonah & Hugg, Hegina, of the Saskatchewan Bar. 

Bevised to January 1st, 1914. 

Generally. — By the Northwest Territories Act (Dominion of 
Canada), and subject to the provisions of the said Act, the laws of 
England relating to civil and critainal matters "as the same existed 
on the 15th day of July, 1870, shall be in force in the Territories, 
in so far as the same are applicable to the Territories, and 
in so far as the same have not been or are not hereafter repealed, 
altered, varied, modified or affected by any Act of the Parliament of 
the United Kingdom applicable to the Territories, or of the Parlia- 
ment of Canada, or by any Ordinance of the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council or of the Legislative Assembly." 

The same Act also provides that "All laws and ordinances in 
force in the Territories, and not repealed by or inconsistent with 
this Act shall remain in force until it is otherwise ordered by the 
Parliament of Canada, by the Governor in Council, or by the Legis- 
lative Assembly under the authority of this Act." 

And by 4-5 Edward VII., chapter 42, being an Act to establish 
and provide for the Government of the Province of Saskatchewan 
known as "The Saskatchewan* Act," it is provided (Section 16) that 
"All laws and all orders and regulations made thereunder, so far 
as they are not inconsistent with anything contained in this Act, or 
as to which this Act contains no provision intended as a substitute 
therefor, and all courts of civil and criminal jurisdiction, and all 
co^mmissions, powers, authorities, and functions, and all officers and 
functionaries, judicial, administrative and iministerial, existing 
immediately before the coming into force of this Act in the territory 
hereby established as the Province of Saskatchewan, shall continue 
in the said Province as if this Act and the Alberta Act had not been 
passed; subject, nevertheless except with respect to such as are 
enacted by or existing under Acts of the Parliament of Great Britain 
or of the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ireland, to be repealed, abolished or altered by the Parliament of 
Canada or by the Legislature of the said Province, according to the 
authority of the Parliament or of the said Legislature 

Aliens. — Both real and personal property may be held by aliens 
in the same manner as by British subjects. 

Assignments. — Any trust company authorized to carry on 
business as such in Saskatchewan may act as an assignee for the 
purposes of The Assignments Act, provided that such company shall 
have first been empowered by Order in Council so to act. An 
assignment for the general benefit of creditors under this Act shall 
take precedence of all attachments of debts by way of garnishment 
where the money has not been actually paid over to the garnishing 
creditor as well as. of all other attachments and of all judgments 
and of all executions not completely executed by payment, subject 
to the lien, if any, of execution or attaching creditors for their 
costs. A sheriff who has seized property of an assignor under 
execution or has in his possession any money realized by seizure at 
the time of making the assignment must turn the same over to the 
assignee on being furnished the necessary proof of the assignment. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 307 

The assignment with affidavit of execution must be registered 
within ten days in the office of the Clerk of the Registration District 
for Chattel Mortgages, and within fifteen days in the Land Titles 
Office for the Land Registration District in which any land vested 
by the Act in the Assignee is situated. Notice of the Assignment 
must also be published in the Saskatchewan Gazette and in one 
other newspaper. 

Meetings of creditors are provided for by the Statute. All ques- 
tions at meetings are decided by a ma'jority vote calculated as pro- 
vided by Statute. Creditors in proving claims must state whether 
they hold security. If the security be on the estate of the debtor, 
or on the estate of a third party for whom the debtor is secondarily 
liable, the creditor must value the security, and the creditors may 
consent to his ranking, after deducting such valuation; or an assign- 
ment imay be required of the security at an advance of 10 per cent, 
to be paid out of the estate as soon as the assignee has realized the 
security, and the creditor in such case may rank for the difference. 
If the creditor claims on a negotiable instrument on which the 
debtor is only indirectly or secondarily liable, and which is not 
mature or exigible, such creditor is to value the liability of the 
person primarily liable; but after the maturity of the liability and 
its non-payment, the creditor may amend and revalue his claim. 
Claims must be proved by affidavit, and vouchers must be furnished. 
A creditor holding a claim not accrued may prove and vote. Interest 
is to be deducted in fixing the amount of such a claim. The law of 
set-off applies to claims against the estate. 

Claitos for wages or salary for not more than three months (and 
for arrears only and not for any unearned portion) have priority 
over other claims. 

The Act makes full provision for the protection of creditors 
against fraudulent or preferential transfers of property. 

Attachment. — 1. Of debt. 

The plaintiff in any action for a debt or liquidated demand 
before or after judgment, and any person who has obtained a judg- 
ment or order for the recovery or payment of money may issue a 
garnishee summons, which is issued upon the plaintiff or judgment 
creditor, his solicitor or agent filing with the clerk an affidavit show- 
ing the nature and amount of the claim or judgment, and swearing 
positively to the indebtedness, and stating to the best of the depon- 
ent's information and belief the proposed garnishee (naming him) 
is indebted to such defendant or judgment debtor. Service of such 
garnishee sutamons shall bind any debt due, or accruing due, from 
the garnishee to the defendant or judgment debtor. No debt due or 
accruing due to a mechanic, workman, labourer, servant, clerk or 
employee for or in respect of his wages or salary, shall be liable to 
seizure or attachment unless the same exceeds $25, and then only 
to the extent of the excess. This exemption of $25 does not apply 
to debts for board and lodging. 

2. Of personal property. 

After the commencement of a suit wherein the claim is for the 
recovery of a debt of $50.00 or upwards the plaintiff may secure a 
writ of attachment against all the debtor's goods not exempt from 
seizure in the following cases: 

(a) When the debtor has absconded or is about to abscond from 
Saskatchewan and has personal property liable to seizure under 
execution. 

(b) Where the debtor has attempted to remove such personal 
property out of Saskatchewan or to sell or dispose of the same with 
intent to defraud his creditors. 

(c) When the defendant keeps concealed to avoid service of 
process. 



308 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

In any case where the debtor has absconded or is about to 
abscond froto Saskatchewan leaving no wife or family^ behind, no 
property of such debtor shall be exempt from seizure. 

Bankruptcy. — There is no bankruptcy law in Saskatchewan, but 
a debtor may make an assignment for the general benefit of his 
creditors and insure a ratable distribution of his assets. See 
"Assignments." 

Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages. — Bills of sale and chattel 
mortgages, not accompanied by an immediate delivery and an actual 
change of possession of the things sold or mortgaged, must be regis- 
tered within thirty days from execution, with an affidavit of execu- 
tion and an affidavit of bona fides, which varies according to the 
circumstances of the case. They take effect from the date of regis- 
tration only. In case they are not registered as provided for, or in 
case the consideration for which they are made is not truly expressed, 
they are null and void as against creditors, and subsequent pur- 
chasers, and mortgages in good faith for valuable consideration. 
No mortgage, bill of sale, lien, charge, incumbrance, conveyance, 
transfer or assignment intended to operate or have effect as a 
security in so far as it assumes to bind or affect any growing crop 
or crop to be grown, shall be valid, unless the same be as security 
for the purchase price of seed grain. There are special provisions 
relating to seed grain mortgages. Mortgages filed cease to be valid 
as against credtors, etc., after two years unless renewed. Further 
renewals after first renewal must be yearly. Renewal is made by 
statement in form prescribed, which shows interest of mortgagee, 
assignee, etc., full statement of amount due, all payments on 
account, with affidavit of truth of the statement. In case of removal 
of chattels from one district to another three weeks are allowed to 
file copy of mortgage in office for district to which goods are 
removed. 

In the event of the permanent removal into the Province of 
goods and chattels subject to a mortgage or bill of sale made with- 
out the Province, from a place where such goods and chattels were 
when such chattel mortgage or bill of sale was given, a copy of such 
chattel mortgage or bill of sale, and the affidavits and documents 
and instruments relating thereto verified as compared copies, must 
be filed with the Registration Clerk to which such goods and chattels 
are removed within three weeks from such removal. 

Bills of sale and chattel mortgages given by railway companies, 
covering cars, equipment, rolling stock, etc., are not required to be 
filed with the Registration Clerk, but the same or sworn copies 
thereof may be filed with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies 
within the time prescribed for filing chattel toortgages, and from 
the date of such filing have priority without renewal, affidavit of 
execution or of bona fides. 

Companies. — The Companies Act is copied largely from the 
English Companies Act. Incorporation may be secured by any three 
or more persons for any purpose to which the authority of the 
Legislature extends (excepting railway, telegraph, insurance, loan 
and trust companies) by filing with the Registrar of Joint Stock 
Companies Memorandum and Articles of Association. 

By "The Foreign Companies Act" all companies not incorporated 
within Saskatchewan and carrying on business within the Province 
are required to register under the Act. 

Compensation to Workmen. — "The Workman's Compensation 
Act" passed in 1911 is modelled largely after the English Act. 

The Act applies only to employment by the principal on or in or 
about a railway, factory, mine, quarry or engineering work, or in or 
about any building which is either being constructed or repaired or 
being demolished. 



SASKATCHEWAN. 309 

By the Act the employer shall be liable to pay compensation 
whether or not: 

(a) The injury or death resulted from the negligence of any 
person engaged in a common employment with the injured employee; 
or 

(b) The injury or death was caused by the negligence of the 
employer or of any person in his service or by reason of any defect 
in the condition or arrangement of the ways, works, machinery, 
plant, building or premises connected with, intended for or used in 
the business of the employer; or 

(c) The workman contributed to or was the sole cause of the 
injury or death by reason of his own negligence or misconduct; or 

(d) The injury or death resulted from a risk arising out of or 
incidental to the nature of the employment and which the workman 
expressly or impliedly assutoied. 

An action under this Act must be commenced within six months 
from the occurrence of the accident, and the damage in no case can 
exceed $2,000.00. The Act, however, does not take away any of the 
common law or statutory rights which existed at the time of the 
passing of the same. 

Conditional Sale of Goods. — Where goods over the value of $15.00 
are sold upon condition that the right of property or possession shall 
not pass until the payment of the purchase price, a copy of the 
agreement of sale, with affidavit of bona fides must be filed in the 
registration district within which the purchaser resides, within thirty 
days, or the seller cannot set up his right against subsequent pur- 
chasers, mortgagees or creditors. There must be a sufficient descrip- 
tion of the goods sold so that they may be readily and easily known 
and distinguished. In case the vendor repossesses the goods he must 
retain the same for twenty days before selling, during which time 
the purchaser taiay redeem, and he must also give purchaser notice 
of the sale. 

Manufactured goods, having at the time of delivery thereof to 
the buyer or bailee the manufacturer's or vendor's name painted, 
printed or stamped thereon or plainly attached thereto by a plate or 
similar device, are not within the provisions of the Ordinance if such 
manufacturer or vendor (being the seller or bailor of such goods or 
chattels) keeps an office in the Province where inquiry may be had 
and information procured concerning such sale or bailment, and if 
such manufacturer or vendor, or the agent thereof, gives such infor- 
mation within five days after request therefor made in person or by 
registered letter. 

Decedent's Estate. — An official known as the Public Administra- 
tor is appointed for each Judicial District, whose duty it is to take 
the necessary and proper steps to administer the estate if no appli- 
cation be made for administration or probate within one month 
after the death of any person. It is the duty of an executor or 
administrator to advertise for creditors to send in claims against the 
estate of the deceased person. The claim toust be verified by statu- 
tory declaration, and the declaration must state the security, if any, 
held and the value thereof. Distribution is made after the time 
stated in the order directing the advertisement, among the claims 
so filed. 

Administrators' accounts must be passed before a judge within 
two years from the date of grant of letters. 

Devolution of Estates. — (1) If any intestate dies leaving a 
widow and a child or children or issue, one-third of his real and 
personal property shall go to his widow and the remaining two-thirds 
shall go to his child, or if more than one to his children in equal 
shares, and in case of the decease of any of his children to such as 
shall legally represent them, such representatives to take the share 



310 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

of the deceased child in equal proportions, and if there is no child of 
the intestate living at the time of his death, to the other lineal 
descendants of such intestate. 

(2) If an intestate dies leaving a widow and no issue his whole 
estate, real and personal, shall go to his widow. 

(3) If an intestate dies leaving a' child or children or issue and 
no widow his whole estate, real and personal, shall go to his child 
or children in equal shares, and if any of the children shall have 
died leaving issue such issue shall take according to their right of 
representation. 

(4) If an intestate dies leaving no widow or issue his whole 
estate, real and personal, shall go to his father. 

(5) If an intestate dies leaving no widow, issue or father, his 
whole estate, real and personal, shall go to his mother. 

(6) If an intestate dies leaving no widow or issue or father or 
mother, his whole estate, real and personal, /shall go to his brothers 
and sisters in equal shares, and if any of his brothers or sisters be 
dead the children of such )deceased brother or sister shall take the 
parent's share. 

( 7 ) If an intestate dies leaving no widow, issue, father, mother, 
brother or sister or children, of any brother or sister, his estate, real 
and personal, shall go in equal shares to his next of kin in equal 
degrees, excepting where there are two or more collateral kindred 
in equal degrees but claiming through different ancestors those who 
claim through the nearest ancestor shall be preferred to those 
claiming through an ancestor who is more remote; but in no case 
shall representatives be admitted among collaterals after brother's 
and sister's children. 

(8) The real and personal property of a married woman dying 
intestate shall be distributed in the same proportions and in the 
same manner as the real and personal property of a husband dying 
intestate. 

(9)If a wife has left her husband and has lived in adultery after 
leaving him she shall take no part of his real or personal estate. 

(10) If a husband has left his wife and has lived in adultery 
after leaving her he shall take no part of her real or personal estate. 

(11) Land shall descend to the personal representative of the 
deceased owner thereof and be distributed as if it were personal 
estate. 

The mother is entitled to the personal property of an illegitimate 
child who dies intestate. 

(12) Dower and tenancy by the courtesy do not exist. A widow 
has the same right in the land of her deceased husband as if it were 
personal property. 

The widow of a man who dies leaving a will by the terms of 
which his said widow would in the opinion of the Judge before whom 
the application is made receive less than if he had died intestate 
leaving a widow and children may apply to the Supreme Court for 
relief. On such application the Court may allow her out of her 
deceased husband's estate sufficient to bring the total amount up to 
one-third the estate. 

(13) Illegitimate children shall inherit froim the mother as if 
they were legitimate, and through the mother, if dead, any real or 
personal property which she would if living have taken by purchase, 
gift, detaiise or descent from any other person. 

Also see "Wills." 

Divorce. — There is no divorce court in Saskatchewan. The pro- 
cedure is by way of petition to the Canadian Senate, and relief is 
granted by Special Act of Parliament. 

Executions. — Executions against both goods and lands may be 
issued immediately after judgment, or at any time within six year» 



SASKATCHEWAN. 311 

and subsequent thereto upon the order of a judge. An execution 
expires at the end of two years from date of issue unless it is sooner 
renewed. 

Exemptions. — The following real and personal property of an exe- 
cution debtor and his family is hereby declared free from seizure by 
virtue of all writs of execution, namely: 

1. The necessary and ordinary clothing of himself and his family. 

2. Furniture, household furnishings, dairy utensils, swine and 
poultry to the extent of five hundred dollars. 

3. The necessary food for the family of the execution debtor 
during six months, which may include grain and flour or vegetables 
and meat, either prepared for use or on foot. 

4. Three oxen, horses or mules or any three of them, six cows, 
six sheep, three pigs and fifty domestic fowls, besides the animals 
the execution debtor may have chosen to keep for food purposes and 
food for the same for the months of November, December, January, 
February, March and April, or for such of these months or portions 
thereof as may follow the date of seizure, provided such seizure be 
made between the first day of August and the thirteenth day of 
April next ensuing. 

5. The harness necessary for three animals, one wagon or two 
carts, one mower or cradle and scythe, one breaking plough, one 
cross plough, one set of harrows, one horse rake, one sewing machine, 
one reaper or binder, one set of sleighs and one seed drill. 

6. The books of a professional man. 

7. The tools and necessary implements to the extent of two 
hundred dollars used by the execution debtor in the practice of his 
trade or profession. 

8. Seed grain sufficient to seed all his land under cultivation not 
exceeding eighty acres, at the rate of two bushels per acre, defendant 
to have choice of seed, and fourteen bushels of potatoes. 

9. The homestead, provided the same be not more than one hun- 
dred and sixty acres; in case it be more the surplus may be sold 
subject to any lien or incumbrance thereon; 

10. The house and buildings occupied by the execution debtor and 
also the lot or lots on which the same are situate according to the 
registered plan of the same to the extent of fifteen hundred dollars. 

The execution debtor is entitled to a choice from the greater 
quantity of the same class of articles. None of the above articles, 
except for food, clothing or bedding, the price of which forms the 
subject matter of the judgment upon which the execution is issued, 
are exempt from seizure. There is no exemption in the case of an 
execution issued upon a judgment or order for the payment of ali- 
mony. The above exemptions do not apply to any case where a 
debtor has absconded or is about to abscond frota Saskatchewan 
leaving no wife or family behind. In the case of the death of the 
execution debtor the above exemptions may be claimed, if the pror 
perty is in the use and enjoyment of the widow and children or 
widow or children of the deceased and is necessary for the main- 
tenance. 

Foreign Judgments. — There is no Statutory law in this Pro- 
vince respecting Foreign Judgments, and the Common Law there- 
fore applies. See Brenner vs. Cameron, 15 O.W.R. p. 331, and 
Rutledge vs. United States Savings & Loan Co., 37 S.C.R. (1906), 
page 546. 

Garnishment. — See Attachment of Debts. 

Insurance. — Any one may insure his life for the benefit of his 
wife and children or any of them or subsequently to insuring declare 
in writing (including his will) that any insurance on his life is for 
their benefit. Such insurance is not chargeable with the insured's 



312 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

debts, and does not form part of his estate, but goes direct to the 
deneficiaries. 

Intestacy. — See Devolution of Estates. 

Judgments. — A judgment does not bind the goods or lands of a 
judgment debtor. Execution must be issued on the judgment. A 
judgment remains in force for twelve years. 

Justices of the Peace. — They have jurisdiction throughout the 
whole of Saskatchewan. 

Land Titles. — The Torrens System is now and has been in force 
:since January 1st, 1887. Altoost all the land is now under the Land 
Titles Act, and any land that is not must be brought under the Act 
before it can be dealt with. 

Instruments are entitled to priority according to the time of 
registration, and not according to date of execution. 

Whenever any land is granted by the Crown the Registrar retains 
the Letters Patent and a certificate or title is issued to the patentee. 
Upon the registration of each transfer the late certificate of title is 
cancelled and a new one issued to the new registered owner. The 
■original certificate of title is retained in the office and a duplicated 
certificate of title delivered to the owner. When the land is mort- 
gaged the duplicate certificate of title is impounded and retained in 
the Registry Office until the mortgage is discharged. 

Section 66 of the Act provides: "The land mentioned in any cer- 
tificate of title granted under this Act shall, by implication and 
without any special mention therein, unless the contrary is expressly 
declared, be subject to: 

(a) Any subsisting reservations or exceptions contained in the 
original grant of the land from the Crown. 

(b) All unpaid taxes. 

(c) Any public highway or right of way, or other public ease- 
ments, howsoever created upon, over or in respect of the land. 

(d) Any subsisting lease or agreement for a lease for a period 
not exceeding three years, where there is actual occupation of the 
land under the same. 

(e) Any decrees, orders or executions against or affecting the 
interest of the owner in the land which have been filed and main- 
tained in force against the owner. 

(f) Any right of expropriation which may, by statute or ordin- 
ance, be vested in any person, body corporated, or His Majesty. 

(g) Any right of way or other easement granted or acquired 
under the provisions of "The Irrigation Act." 

Every certificate of title granted under the Act (except in case 
of fraud, wherein the owner has participated or colluded) is con- 
clusive evidence of ownership of the land. 

No provision is made for registering agreements for sale of land. 
The purchaser's rights, however, under agreements for sale and 
under any unregistered instrument affecting land toiay be protected 
by filling a caveat. 

See "The Land Titles Act," cap. 41, Revised Statutes of Sas- 
katchewan, 1909, and amendments. 

Land Registration Fees. — Tariff of fees on registration of 
instruments. (Extract only.) 

For registering a transfer and issuing a certificate of title 
thereon, and duplicate thereof, and including fees for memo- 
randums, searches and inspections: 

(a) Where the value of the property does not exceed 
$500, including fees payable to the assurance fund $3.00 

(b) Where the value of the property is over $500 4.00 

And in addition the fees payable to the assurance fund. 

For a certificate of title on a transmission, however ef- 
fected, including fees for duplicate thereof and for regis- 
tration, searches and all other services connected there- 
with, but not including fees payable to assurance fund.... 5.00 



SASKATCHEWAN. 313 

If the land transmitted is included in more than one 
certificate of title for entering memoranduLm on each cer- 
tificate of title and duplicate thereof, after the first certi- 
ficate $1.00 

For registering or filing any lease, mortgage, incumbrance 
or charge, surrender or power of attorney, including all 
memorandums, searches and other services connected there- 
with. 2.00 

(a) For filing first mortgage or incumbrance before issue 

of grant 2.00 

(b) For every mortgage or incumbrance after the first. 2.00 
For (registering or filing any mechanic's lien certificate, 

order or decree of a court or judge, or any assignment or 
discharge wholly or partially of a mortgage, incumbrance or 
charge; or a satisfaction of an annuity or any other instru- 
ment affecting land other than those fparticularly specified 
in this tariff; including all memorandums, searches and 

other services connected therewith 2.00 

For each abstract of title 1.00 

For filing each caveat 2.00 

For withdrawal of caveat 2.00 

For certificate of executions, etc., for one name 50 

For each additional name 25 

For each certificate of charge 50 

For general register certificate, one name 1.50 

For each additional name 50 

Note. — In addition to the above fees there is payable to the 
assurance fund, on the registration of every grant of incumbered 
land, on the registration of the first transfer after the issue of a 
certificate of title where the land was not incumbered, on the in- 
creased value of the land in every subsequent transfer, and on the 
filing of a first mortgage or incumbrance before issue of grant, 
one-fifth of one per cent, on the sworn value up to $5,000, and one- 
tenth of one per cent, on any excess over such $5,000. 
Liens. — See Conditional Sale of Goods. 

Limitation of Actions. — All actions for the recovery of mer- 
chants' accounts, bills, notes, and all actions of debt grounded upon 
any lending or other contract without specialty shall be commenced 
within six years after the cause of such action arose. 

The provisions of the Real Property Limitations Act, 1874, being 
chapter 57 of the Statutes of the Imperial Parliament, passed in the 
thirty-seventh and thirty-eighth year of Her Majesty's reign, are 
declared to be in force, and to have been in force since the passing 
thereof. 

Judgments outlaw in twelve years, and contracts under seal in 
twenty years. 

No right to the access and use of light or any other easement, 
right in gross of profit a prendre can be acquired by prescription. 

3Iarried Women. — In respect to both land and personal property 
they have all the rights, and are subject to all the liabilities of a 
femme sole. 

Mechanics' Liens. — The Mechanics' Lien Act gives a contractor, 
mechanic, labourer and material man a lien for work done or mater- 
ial furnished upon the interest of the owner in the erection, building, 
land, etc. 

A labourer cannot sign away his right to a lien. 
If the work is done or materials furnished upon a premises on 
which there is a mortgage prior to the lien, the lien takes' priority 
over the ^mortgage to the extent of the increase in value of the 
premises by reason of such work or furnishing or materials. 

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814 SYNOPSIS OF LAWS. 

The owner of the building, etc., upon which the work is being 
done must retain 20 per cent, of the cost for 30 days after completion 
thereof. 

Every mechanic or labourer whose lien is for wages shall to the 
extent of 30 days' wages have priority over all other liens. 

A claim for lien may be filed in the Land Titles Office of the 
Land Registration District, in which the land is situated. 

(a) By a contractor or sub-contrator during the performance of 
the contract or within 30 days after completion. 

(b) For services during the performance of the services or 
within 30 days after completion. 

(c) For wages during the performance of the work or within 30 
days after last day's work. 

(d) For materials at any time before or during the furnishing 
or within 30 days after the furnishing of the last material. 

Once a lien is filed it remains in force until withdrawn or other- 
wise removed by proceedings under the Act. 

The taking of security or recovery of a personal judgment does 
not merge the lien. 

Proceedings to enforce a lien are taken in the District Court. 

Beal Estate. — See Land Titles. 

Wills. — Every person may dispose of by will all real and per- 
sonal property to which h© is entitled either at law or in equity at 
the time of his death. No will made by any person under the age of 
21 years is valid. No will is valid unless it is in writing, and signed 
at the foot or end thereof by the testator, or by some other person 
in his presence and by his direction; such signature shall be made 
or acknowledged by the testator, in the presence of two or more 
witnesses present at the same time, who shall attest and shall sub- 
scribe the will in the presence of the testator, but no form of attesta- 
tion is necessary. Devise (other than a charge for the payment of 
a debt) to witness or the husband or wife of a witness, is void, but 
the witness may prove the execution of the will. No will, codicil, or 
any part thereof, shall be revoked otherwise than by marriage, or by 
some writing declaring an intention to revoke the same, and 
executed in the manner in which a will is required to be executed, 
or by the burning, tearing or otherwise destroying the same, by the 
testator, or by some person in his presence and by his direction with 
the intention of revoking the same. 

Also see Devolution of Estates. 

Workmen's Compensation. — See Compensation to Workmen. 



GUIDE TO LEGAL PROCEDURE IN ENGLAND. 315 



GUIDE TO LEGAL PROCEDURE IN ENGLAND. 

By Rubinstein, Nash & Co., Solicitors, RajTiiond Bldgs., Gray's Inn, 
London, England. 

HIGH COURT PROCEDURE. 

Solicitors and Counsel — In England, legal practitioners must 
be native born or naturalized British subjects. They are divided 
into two classes (I) Solicitors and (II) Barristers or Counsel. 
Their respective spheres are strictly defined. The term "Attorney" 
has been superseded. "Solicitor" is now the only term used. 

Before admission, Solicitors must serve under Articles of Clerk- 
ship and pass three examinations. They alone bring and conduct 
Actions, and no person other than a duly qualified Member of the 
profession is permitted to take any part in proceedings on behalf 
of a litigant. Solicitor's duties incidental to the conduct of pro- 
ceedings, include the preparation of Counsers Brief for the trial, 
giving the history of the case, and setting out tbe evidence of the 
Witnesses. Solicitors share with Counsel the right of audience in 
Chamber applications, in all Divisions of the High Court, and in 
court applications in the County Courts and Police Courts. 

Barristers, commonly termed Counsel, may be described as spe- 
cialists. They have an exclusive right of audience in High Court 
cases tried in open Court. In matters of importance or doubt 
"Counsel's Opinion" is often taken, and during the progress of 
an Action, Counsel usually settle the pleadings, and advise on evi- 
dence and on other points as they arise. 

The Lord Chancellor appoints from the leading men at the 
Bar, King's Counsel, who add "K.C." after their names, and are 
known as "Leaders"; the other Members of the Bar being called 
"Juniors." Two Counsel, a Leader and a Junior, are usually 
briefed in cases of sufficient importance to justify the expense. 

Counsel's fees depend largely on Counsel's standing and the 
nature of the litigation. 

In starting an important Action, it is common to retain a lead- 
ing Counsel, and this is especially the case in the Chancery Division. 
The selection of Counsel is often of great importance. 

By established custom and by the etiquette of the profession. 
Counsel do not hold communication with the litigant except in the 
presence of the Solicitors who have charge of the case. 

The question of amalgamation of the two branches is frequently 
discussed. The merit claimed for the English system is, that a 
competent Solicitor can deal with any matter, in view of the fact 
that he can from the whole Bar choose the particular men or 
man best qualified to conduct the case in Court, 
under. 

The jurisdiction of the High Court extends over England and 
Wales. The Central Office is in London. 

THE HIGH COURT. 

The constitution and procedure of the Courts are controlled by 
the Judicature Act, 1873, and the Orders and Rules issued there- 



316 GUIDE TO LEGAL PROCEDURE IN ENGLAND. 

The Court has three divisions. Each division deals with dis- 
tinctly defined matters, and is presided over by its specially 
appointed Judges. 

Chancery — Actions relating to Injunctions, Administra- 
tion of Estates, Trusts, Partnership, Specific performance 
of Contracts, Infringements of Patents, Company work, &c. 
liing's Bench — Actions on Contracts, including recovery 
of debts, damages for torts, &c. 

Probate, Divorce and Admiralty — Probate covers Wills 
and Letters of Administratioil. Divorce Includes judicial 
separations, and Admiralty includes shipping cases. 

Chancery cases are tried by a Judge. Other cases are tried by 
a Judge with or without a Jury (Common or Special). Masters 
deal in Chambers with Interlocutory matters. 

Appeals from a Master are made to a Judge in Chambers. 
From the latter according to the nature of the case to a Divisional 
Court (usually two Judges), or to the Court of Appeal (three 
Judges). Appeals from a case tried in Court are to the Court of 
Appeal. The ultimate Court of Appeal for English, Irish and 
Scotch Appeals is the House of Lords, and the Privy Council for 
Indian and Colonial cases. 

Writ — Actions are commenced by a Writ or Originating Sum- 
mons. 

The name and address of every Plaintiff has to appear, and in 
the case of an Oversea Firm or unincorporated Company, the name 
and address of every partner. 

Females are described as "Spinster," "Married Women," or 
"Widow." If married, the name of the husband (if known) should 
be given. 

Corporations sue in their Corporate name. Their registered 
or principal address must be given. 

Appearance — A Defendant living in any part of England has 
eight days from service of a Writ issued in London, to enter, either 
personally or by a Solicitor, an appearance in London. 

If a Defendant keeps out of the way, an Order can usually be 
obtained for substituted service by post or advertisement. 

Judgment in Default — If a Defendant does not appear. Judg- 
ment in default can be entered for the amount sued for and a fixed 
sum allowed for costs. 

If the claim is for damages. Judgment in default can be signed, 
and the Action can be continued for the assessment of the damages. 

Service Out of the Jurisdiction — Leave to serve a Writ out of 
the jurisdiction is obtained on an Afiidavit, shewing that the cause 
of action falls within the rule permitting such service. The order 
made fixes the time for appearance. 

A Defendant so served can enter an appearance under protest, 
and move to set aside the service if he desires to dispute the ques- 
tion of jurisdiction. 

Recovery of Debts — Writs to recover debts are issued out of 
the King's Bench Division (known as the Common Law Division), 
but it is unusual to sue in the High Court for a debt of less than 
£20, as if less than that sum is recovered no costs are allowed. 

If the claim is endorsed on the Writ in a special form, the 
Plaintiff can apply for Summary Judgnient. The application is 
supported by an Affidavit verifying the cause of Action. 

Affidavits sworn abroad should be made before the British 
Consul. 

^._. The application is heard by a Master in Chambers who directs 
"^iu^^^d^ment, unless the Defendant satisfies him by Affidavit that he 
tias grounds for defence or a good counterclaim. 



GUIDE TO LEGAL PROCEDURE IN ENGLAND. 317 

Appeals can be made within 4 days to the Judge in Chambers. 

A Master or Judge can give a Defendant unconditional leave to 
defend or subject to terms (e.g. payment of the whole or part of 
the amount into Court, or satisfactory security), or direct a sum- 
mary trial without pleadings by a Judge without a Jury. 

Security for Costs — A Plaintiff residing out of England must 
on the application of the Defendant give security for costs unless 
the Plaintiff has property within the jurisdiction. 

The amount fixed is usually £10 pending the application for 
Judgment where the particulars of the claim being a liquidated 
demand is endorsed specially on the Writ. 

The amount can be paid into Court or secured by an approved 
Bond. 

In cases where leave to defend is given or where the claim is 
for damages, the Master fixes the security at such sum as he thinks 
fit. 

Injunctions, Receivers, &c. — After appearance, applications can 
be made for Injunctions, Receivers or other immediate remedy. In 
urgent cases the Judge gives leave to serve Notice of Motion to the 
Court with the Writ, or even if considered necessary, makes the 
Order exparte. 

Pleadings — The Master on the Plaintiffs application decides if 
a formal Statement of Claim is to be delivered, and the time for 
the delivery of the Defence. 

A Set-off and Counterclaim can be pleaded by way of Defence. 

If a Defence is not delivered. Judgment in default can be 
taken. 

A Defence may in special cases be followed by a Reply (if 
allowed). 

Discovery — Either party can be required to make an Affidavit 
scheduling the documents that have been or are in his possession 
relating to the matter in dispute. All documents other than those 
that are privileged (e.g. letters from the litigant's own Solicitor, 
Counsel's opinions, &c.) must be produced. 

Interrogatories — Either party may be compelled to answer 
material questions on oath. 

Notice of Trial — The Plaintiff after Defence can enter the case 
for trial, and in his default the Defendant can do so. It takes its 
'position in one of the Lists to be tried by a Judge, or with or 
without a Special or Common Jury as previously directed by the 
Master. 

Evidence — The Lists are searched from time to time. The evi- 
dence to be given has to be carefully considered and is usually 
advised u^on by Counsel. 

Witnesses served with subpoenas to attend are entitled to have 
their conduct money paid. The subpoenas may also state what 
documents have to be produced. 

Commissions — Where witnesses reside out of the jurisdiction, 
the Court can direct the taking evidence on Commission, and can 
depute persons residing abroad to take the evidence. 

Trial — Chancery, Probate, Divorce, and a large proportion of 
other cases are tried in London. The Common Law Judges go 
"Circuit" for the trial in certain towns in England of local cases. 

In the absence of a Defendant, the Court on the application of 
Plaintiff's Counsel gives Judgment for the Plaintiff, but some proof 
of the Plaintiff's claim may be required. 

A Jury consists of twelve persons. Special Jurymen composed 
of householders occupying houses of a certain yearly value, are 
pa'd One Guinea (£1 Is.) each, and common Jurymen Is. 



318 GUIDE TO LEGAL PROCEDURE IN ENGLAND. 

Commercial Cases — After a Defendant has appeared, a Plain- 
tiff can in a proper case apply for a case to be entered in the Com- 
mercial List. Thes6 cases are treated as urgent; their final hear- 
ing are expedited, and the interlocutory proceedings are simple and 
short. When possible, we always have our cases placed in the 
Coonmercial List. 

Costs — The costs incurred on both sides are borne by the liti- 
gant against whom judgment is given, subject to a discretionary 
power on the part of the presiding Judge, but they almost invar- 
iably follow the issue of the case. 

Costs are subject to taxation by Taxing Masters. As against an 
unsuccessful litigant, they are taxed as between "Party and 
Party." In special cases where the Judge so orders (rarely), they 
are allowed on a higher scale as between "Solicitor and Client," 
these being the costs reasonably chargeable by a Solicitor against 
his own Client. 

On taxation, the due payment of all disbursements (e.g. fees 
paid to Counsel and Witnesses) must be proved. 

The successful litigant is liable to his Solicitor for the differ- 
ence between the "Party and Party" costs received from the other 
side and "Solicitor and Client'^ costs. 

Sittings and Vacations — The legal year is divided into four 
Terms. 

Hilary — 11th January to Wednesday preceding Good Friday. 
Easter — 2nd Tuesday after Easter to Thursday preceding Whit 

Monday. 
Trinity — 2nd Tuesday after Whit Monday to 31st July. 
Michaelmas — 12th October to 21st December. 

The intervals are the Vacations. The Vacation between 
"Trinity" and "Michaelmas" i^s known as the "Long Vacation." 

Writs can be issued, and urgent matters including applications 
for Summary Judgment are dealt with by Judges and Masters who 
sit in vacations. 

Judgments — A Judgment carries interest at the rate of 4 per 
cent, per annum and continues enforceable for twelve years. 

A Judgment can be enforced in various ways, such as: 

An execution against the Defendant's personal effects; 
Attaching money at a Bank or due from any third person; 
A Charge on Bonds or Shares; A Charge on real estate; 
Proceedings in Bankruptcy. 

Subject to certain formalities the Judgment can be extended to 
other countries, and made available there. Foreign Judgments 
can be sued on and enforced here. 

Executions — If the Sheriff sells under an execution he holds 
the proceeds for 14 days. In the event of the Debtor's bankruptcy 
within that time, the Bankruptcy Trustee becomes entitled to the 
money. 

If a claim is made by a third party to the goods seized (e.g. 
by the holder of a Bill of Sale or by the Trustees of a Marriage 
Settlement), the Creditor, if he admits the claim, can withdraw the 
Sheriff. 

If the claim is not withdrawn or admitted the Sheriff inter- 
pleads. The matter is then dealt with by a Master who can bar 
the claim or direct a trial between the Creditor and the Claimant. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

Claims Under £20 — County Courts, are Local Courts held in 
London, and in various towns in the Kingdom. Claims under £20 



GUIDE TO LEGAL PROCEDURE IN ENGLAND. 319 

are sued for in County Courts; if sued for in the High Court costs 
are not allowed. 

The proceedings are initiated by a Summons fixing the date of 
trial. The Summons is served by being left at the Defendant's 
residence. 

In certain cases a Default Summons can be issued on an 
Affidavit verifying the claim. This Summons must be served per- 
sonally. If the Defendant returns the notice of intention to 
defend attached to the Summons, the case is entered for trial, 
otherwise the Plaintiff can sign Judgment. He is entitled to 
Judgment without evidence if the Defendant does not appear on 
the trial. 

A Plaintiff residing out of the jurisdiction has, as in the High 
Court, to give security for costs (see paragraph 30-3). There is 
no procedure as in the High Court for obtaining Summary Judg- 
ment except the claim is on a Bill of Exchange. 

On the trial day the Plaintiff must prove his case by first hand 
evidence, even if the Defendant does not appear. 

The fees are high. The Plaint fee is 5 per cent, and the trial 
fee 10 per cent, of the amount claimed. The costs allowed are 
nominal. 

In some cases it may answer a Plaintiff's purpose in order to 
obtain Summary Judgment to issue a Writ in the High Court 
where the amount is under £20 although no costs can be recov- 
ered. 

County Court procedure is too troublesome and expensive to 
be of appreciable value to Plaintiffs residing out of The jurisdic- 
tion. Recourse to that Court can therefore only be advised in very 
exceptional cases. 

Wills — Wills are proved in the Probate Registry. In cases 
where relatives or others interested desire to know before Probate 
the contents of a Will, or wish to oppose its proof, or to consider 
the position, they can stay the issue of Probate by entering a 
Caveat through a Solicitor. Persons having claims that could or 
might be substantiated are thus placed in a better position for 
effecting satisfactory arrangements than would be the case after 
Probate has been granted. 

In cases of intestacy, Letters of Administration are issued to 
husband, wife, next of kin or creditor, as the case may be. The 
issue can be stopped by Caveat. 

In the absence of opposition. Probates or Letters of Administra- 
tion issue without any judicial proceedings. A Probate or Admin- 
istration so granted can, however, be questioned or recalled at 
any time. 

After Probate the Will becomes public property, and any one 
can peruse it or obtain copies. The declared value of the estate, 
without any details, is also public after the grant of Probate or 
Administration. 

Unclaimed Estates, &c. — The idea — apparently widely enter- 
tained — that there are many Estates in England which might be 
successfully claimed, has, little warrant in fact. Properties with- 
out ostensible owners are rarely to be found. Twelve years undis- 
turbed possession often gives a title that can only be displaced on 
proof of fraud, or in the event of some disability such as infancy. 
In the latter case the twelve years commences to run with the 
determinination of the disability. 

In the case of properties let on lease the twelve years runs from 
the expiration of the Lease. Building Leases are usually granted 
for a term of ninety-nine years, and a title to property has at times 



32 (T GUIDE TO LEGAL PROCEDURE IN ENGLAND. 

been established as against the occupier (not unusually the Lessee), 
many years after the Freeholder's death. 

There are, it is true, funds in Court that have in years gone by 
been paid in principally in connection with Administration Actions, 
The records of particular Actions can be seen by a Solicitor on fur- 
nishing proof that he is representing a bona fide applicant. 

The unclaimed funds are invested in Consols, and in cases where 
the Dividends have not been claimed for ten years, the Stock is 
transferred to the Commissioners for the reduction of the National 
Debt. On proof of title, however, the funds will be re-transferred. 
No particulars of the transferred funds are published, and the 
burden of proof rests wholly on the claimant. 

Banks and Companies do not publish any information with 
regard to unclaimed balances or Dividends. 

Unless claimants can furnish some reasonable proof of ownership 
or kinship, it is, in our experience, very rare indeed for anything 
to come of these applications. It is not our practice to encourage 
money being spent in attempts to establish claims that are in nearly 
every case unsubstantial or incapable of being established. 

Suggestions to Facilitate Collections — Give the full names and 
addresses of the Creditors, and if a Firm or an Unincorporated Com- 
pany, the names and addresses of each of the partners. In the case 
of an Incorporated Company give its head address. 

When forwarding claims, give all known information as to the 
names, addresses, and occupations of the Debtors. 

In the case of women state (if known) whether single or mar- 
ried. If married, if possible, give the name and address of the hus- 
band. 

If addresses are not known, give all possible information as to 
the debtor's profession or business, and of his family and relatives 
(if any) living in England. 

Send any papers or correspondence that has passed, Debtor's let- 
ters admitting liability are particularly useful. 

Give the shortest address for cabling purposes, or preferably 
register a cable address with the London correspondent. 



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COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 

IN CANADA 

Note. — Numher after name refers to page. 



Abbott, P. W. 26; J. L. G. 

35; A. 102. 
Acheson, H. 189. 
Achim, H. 144. 
Adair, G. H. 59. 
Adam, D. W. 188; J. 145; 

J. M. 80. 
Adams', S. H. 24; C. F. 

25; A. A. 78; W. A. 188. 
Adamson, J. E. 50; C. 50. 
Adolph, H. L. 47. 
Affleck, R. G. 35. 
Agar, T. J. 101. 
Agnev,', R. G. 83. 
Ahern, M. J. 153. 
Aikins, J. A. M. 50; G. H. 

50. 
Aikman, J. A. 38. 
AitchisoB, J. 83. 
Aitken, R. T. D. 24. 
Albery, G. G., 96, 
Albright, F. S. 24. 
Alexander. R. E. 186; M. 

147; G. L. 148; H. O. 

35; S. 35; A. 37. 
Alain, L. 143. 
Allan, J. B. 145; J. A. 

188; H. M. 191; G. W. 

52; W. T. 90; T. K. 94. 
AUard, G. 143; V. 143; 

A. 154. 

Allen, A. A. 58; T. J. 58. 

Allison, E. P. 64; M. R. 
99 

Alwa'rd, S., 58. 

Ambrose, E. H. 93. 

Amyot, W. 188. 

Anderson, P. M. 188; A. 

51; E. 52; P. J. M. 88; 

W. G. 37; A. J. 78. 
Andrews, A. J. 50; F. S. 

50. 



Angers. A. R., 145; E. R. 

151. 
Anghn, A. W. 79. 
Angus, D. J. 145. 
Ap'john, P. J. 25. 
Appelbe, E. P. 92. 
Archambault, J. B. 145; L. 
H. 145; A. S. 145; C. 
F. A. 145; A. L. 149; J. 
H. 145; J. 151. 
Archer, H. A. 184. 
Archibald, G. H. 48; G. 
66; J. R. 33; G. A. 79; 
S. G. 145; K. 145. 
Ardagh, B. H. 80. 
Armour, D. 35; E. D. 78; 

A. D. 78; E. N. 79. 
Armstrong, -T. R. 58; G. T. 
48; J. W. E. 52; E. N. 
145; C. E. 187; J. N. 
66; TV. B. 67; A. J. 90; 
A. H. 97; J. 98; A. B. 
78; S. A. 78; H. 78. 
I Arnold. A. .T. 27; S. B. 

89; C. S. 35. 
I Arnoldi, F. 78. 
I Arnott, S. J. 78. 
\ Arrell, H., 93. 
[ Arsenault, A. E. 138. 
I Arthur, F. S. 188. 
! Arundel, J. 24 ; H. A. 
1 Asselin, L. N. 153; 
I 153. 
Atkin, W. G. 101. 
Atkiilson, C. L. 50; C. L. 
' 95; 0. P. W. 88; T. 
R. 101; F. G. 184. 
Atwater, A. W. 145 

149. 
Audet, H. E. 145. 
Auld, J. 50. 
Austin, W. A. 28 

38. 
Avison, E. J. 34. 
Awrey, L. 93. 



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A^len, H. 97. 

Avlesworth, A. B. 78; P. 

78. 
Aylmer, H. U. P, 150. 
Ayre, G. W. B. 61. 



Babe, F. 91. 
Babson, H. P. Jr. 24. 
Bachand, C. E. 154. 
Backus, A. H. 87. 
Bagshaw, F. B. 188. 
Baillargeon, E. 153. 
Baillie, T. J. 35. 
Bain, J. W. 78; A. H. 35. 
Baird. A. L. 88: W. J. 
35; A. W. 58; W. A. 79. 
Baker, H. N. 50; G. W. 
50: C. G. P. 38; G. H. 
147; W. A. 96. 
Balderson, J. M. 99. 
Baldwin, J. O. 186. 
Balfour, J. 188; G. B. 78. 
Ball, W. S. 27: M. A. 94; 

A. S. 104; R. N. 104. 
Ballachey, A. A. 27. 
Ballantyne, A. W. 85. 
Ballard, G. 92. 
Ballon, I. 145. 
Bampton, G. E. 145. 
Bancroft, O. L. 36. 
Banton, W. E. 38. 
Barclay, G. 149; L. T. 25. 
Baribeau. J. E. 153. 
Baril, Z. 154. 
Barlow. J. P. 96. 
Barnard, C. A. .145; J. 

155; G. H. 38. 
Barnardo, C. G. 52. 
Barnhill, A. P. 58. 
Barnum, W. H. 87. 



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Barr, G. H. 188. 
Barrett, G. 47; C. H. 35. 
Barrie, R. 92. 
Barry, D. R. 143; J. A. 

58; L. 145. 
Bartlet, A. R. 103; W. G. 

103. 
Bartlett, P. H. 95. 
Barton, T. H. 78. 
Bartram, W. G. R. 95; 

J. B. 78. 
Bass, O. C. 38. 
Bastedo, F. L. 189; D. L. 

50. 
Bastien, F, de S. 145. 
Batson, C. A. 101. 
Battle, T. F. 96. 
Battram, S. M. 51. 
Bawden, E. J. 47. 
Baxter, J. B. M. 58. 
Bayard, J. A. 144. 
Bayfield, F. J. 35. 
Bayly, R. A. 95; E. 78. 
Beale, T. R. 87. 
Beament, T. A. 97. 
Beasley, A. C. 92; J. D. 92. 
Beaton, A. H. 78. 
Beattie, J. H. A. 195; W. 

28; H. K. 50. 
Beatty, E. W. 145. 
Beaubien, C. P. 146; L. O. 

152. 
Beauchamp, J. J. 146; J. J. 

150. 

Beauchemim, A. 146. 
Beaudry, J. A. 146; L. R. 

146; F. A. 143; P. 146. 
Beaulieu, L. E. 151. 
Beaulne, J. 143. 
Beaumont, R. B. 78. 
Beauparlant, A. M. 145. 
Beaupre, J. A. 50. 
Beauregard, E. 146; L. E. 

148; J. O. 154. 
Becigneuil, A. 145. 
Beck, J. E. 36; H. T. 

78; A. S. 35. 
Beckwith, H. L. 65. 
Beckett, A. E. 146. 
Bedard, E. 153; J. E. 152; 

E. 153. 
Begg, J. O. 190; W. A. 27. 
Begin, P. Q. 153. 
Beique, F. A. 146; F. L. 

146; H. A. 150; L. J. 

146. 
Belanger, A. 152; L. C. 

154; G. 146; L. C. 154. 
Belcourt, N. A. 97. 
Beliveau, A. 155. 
Bell, J. R. 186; J. H. 

138; J. L. 192; F. H. 

64; W. A. J. 87; W. 92; 

G. 78; M. L. 27; A. B. 

50. 
Belleau, E. 153; Ste. F. 

152; N. 153. 



Belley, L. 143. 






Belyea, J. A. 58; 
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Bence, A. E. 189. 






Bender. A. J. 145. 






Bennest. F. C. 48 ; 
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Bennet, L. G, 192; 

99. 
Bennett, A. W. 59; 

24; W. H. 96; 

34; F. A. 38. 


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Benoit, B. 146. 







Benson, A. 187; B. S. 49. 
Bentley, W. E. 138. 
Berard, J. B. 146. 
Bercovitch, P. 151. 
Bergeron, J. G. H. 145; T. 

L. 144; P. J. 24; R. 

145; T. L. 153. 
Bergman, H. A. 52. 
Bernard, J. A. 146; L. E. 

146; M. C. 24. 
Eernier, J. 50; N. 50; A. 

50: A. 152: H. 152; H. 
I 152: N. 153. 

I Berthiaume, Ar. 146; Al. 

146. 
I Bertrand, T. 49. 
: Berube, L. 144; O. 145. 

Bessette, W. 146. 
I Best, J. M. 101. 
: Bethell, H. J. 35. 
! Bethune, C. J. R. 97. 
BettE, F. P. 95 
Beullac, P. 148 
Beveridge, E. 50. 
Bickford, E. H. 78. 
Bicknell, J. 78; A. 78. 
Bigelow, H. V. 188. 
Biggar, O. M. 26; W. H. 

146; S. D. 93. 
Biggs, R. A. 78; S. 
Bigue, P. 155. 
Bill, E. M. 189; J. 
Billette, J. E. 151. 
Billings, F. 35. 
Bingay, G. 67. 
Bird, J. E. 34; J. E. 36. 
Birnie, J. 90. 
Bisaillon, F. J. 146; H. R. 

146. 
Bishop, E. T. 25. 
Bi-ssett, J. D. 81. 
Bissonnet, A. E. J. 146. 
Bissonnette, J. B. 146; J. 

J. 147. 
Bitzer, A. L. 88. 
Bixel, A. W. 102. 
Black, O. S. 191; J. R. S. 
24; D. C. 27; J. H. 48; 
A. S. 33; G. W. 34; J. 
N. 85. 
Blackburn, H. S. 95. 
Blackstock, G. T. 78; G. M. 

28. 
Blackwood, J. P. 61; H. 
P. 50. 



P. 78. 



P. 67. 



Plain, W. M. 185; A. 146. 
Blair. J. W. 146; G. F. 

188. 
Blake, C. 47; J. R. 92; S. 

H. 79; W. H. 79. 
Blanchard, C. S. 27; H. P. 

64; F. C. 66. 
Blanchet, F. 151; C. A. E. 

97. 
Blandford, S. D. 61. 
Blewett, F. R. 102. 
Bligh, F. P. 64. 
Bliss, F. St. J. 57. 
Blois, II. M. 27. 
Bloomfield, E. 35. 
Boak, H. W. C. 35. 
Bodwell, E. V. 38. 
Boggs, F. D. 90. 
Boily, A. 153. 
Boissonneault, R. 144. 
Boivin, Geo. H. 144. 

Boland, W. A. 191; W. J. 

83; F. J. 83. 
Bolduc, R. 154. 

Bole, J. P. H. 34; W. N. 

34. 

Boles, A. T. 94. 

Bolton, S. E. 26. 

Bond, A. A. 79; L. 35. 

Bone, J. H. 86. 

Bonin, C. 144; J. A. 146; 

A. 146. 
Bonnar, R. A. 50. 
Boomer, G. A. 79. 
Borden, H. 0. 65. 
Borland, F. M. 189. 
Boswell, A. R. 79; C. M. 

49. 

Bothwell, C. E. 190. 
Boudreault, J. B. 146. 
Bouffard, P. 154. 
Boulanger, O. 153. 
Boulton, A. H. 37; C. R. 

79. 
Bourbonniere, F. 146. 
Bourgeois, J. U. 144; C. 

155. 
Bourdon, W. H. 78. 
Bourne, H. A. 35. 
Bournival, E. 154. 
Bousquet, J. B. 152. 
Boutel, B. 97. 
Bouthillier, V. 146. 
Bovey, W. 148. 
Bow, J. M. 25. 
Bowen, A. W. 48. 
Bowes, J. H. 33; R. H. 79. 
Bowie, D. E. 146. 
Bowlby, D. S. 88; W. H. 

88; J. W. 88; A. T. 84. 
Bowles, A. E. 50. 
Bowman, J. L. 47. 
Bowser, W. J. 35. 
Bown, J. C. F. 25. 
Boyce, A. C. 101. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN CANADA. 



357 



Boyd, H. C. 26; W. S. 50; 

L. H. 148; J. A. 64; A. 

M. 85; E. W. 86; W. T. 

86. 
Boyer, L. 148. 
Boynton, C. M. 25. 
Boys, W. A. 87. 
Brackin, R. L. 89. 
Braden, J. A. E. 96. 
Bradford, S. H. 91; R. 

91; J. 102; S. H. 84. 
Bradley, O. F. 48; R. A. 

9-^ 
Bradshaw, C. W. 38. 
Brady. G. R. 97. 
Braithwaite, G. A. W. 188. 
Brandon. R. J. 189 and 

187; J. S. 38; W. M. 93. 
Brassette, M. 152. 
Bray, G. 95; R. H. 36; 

0. L. 97. 
Brehaut, A. 188. 
Brennan,, M. 100. 
Brewster, W. S. 88. 
Brice. E. 25. 
Bridgeman, A. 35. 
Bribes, W. I. 34; A. W. 

79. 
Bristol, E. 79. 
Brittain, H. H. 58. 
Britton, A. H. 85. 
liroadfoot, 98. 
Broatch, G. N. 187. 
Brodeur, D. 146; J. A. A. 

149. 

Brooke, G. H. C. 79. 
Brooks, I. F. 50. 
Brooksmith, E. J. 184. 
Broomlield, D. J. 24. 
Brossard, L. J. A. 146. 
Brosseau, A. 146; J. J. 

146; T. 146; J. B. 155. 
Brossoit, N. E. 155. 
Brougham, W. F. 35. 
Brown, A. J. 146; E. N. 

146; G. E. J. 87; A. W. 

93; T. D. 188; G. W. 

189; J. D. 189: J. B. L. 

190; M. M. 89; E. B. 

79; K. C. 34; E. N. 37; 

E. S. 100; W. E. 101; 

W. C. 102: M. A. 79; E. 

P. 83; L. W. 25. 
Brownin*, A. G. 79. 
Brownlee, J. E. 25. 
liiuce, G. W. 47; R. A. 

48; G. W. 90; A. 93 and 

79; R. R. 93; J. 79; R. 

A. 52. 
Bruchesi, C. 146. 
Bryant, J. P. 185. 
Brydone, W. 90. 
Brydon-Jack, A. C. 35. 
Buchan, J. S. 146." 
Buchanan, A. W. P. 152 ; 

L. 35; G. E. 102; J. Tl 

24. 
Buck, C. S. 100; H. W. 36. 



Buckner. U. A. 95. 
Bucke, J. P. 101. 
Buckingham, A. G. 47; W. 

E. 92. 
Buckles, D. 190. 
Budden, H. A. 146. 
Buell, W. S. 89. 
Buhr, A. 187. 
Bull, G. L. T. 97; A. 35; 

A. E. 36; T. H. 79; W. 

P. 79; B. E. 82. 
Bumbray, J. E. C. 146. 
Burbidge, F. M. 50; H. A. 

53. 
Burchell, C. J. 65. 
Bureau, J. E. 146; J. 155. 
Burgess, J. K. 25; T. A. 

98; W. 100. 
Burk, A. W. 79. 
Burkholder, C. E. 93. 
Burne, J. F. 33. 
Burnett, A. 187; R. 146; 

E. A. 35. 
Burnham, J. H. 99; A. S. 

101. 
Burns, R. C. 24; W. E. 

35; S. W. 79. 
Burson, G. B. 100. 
Burton, G. F. 78. 
Burwash, A. 87. 
Burritt, E. F. 97; J. H. 99. 
Bury, A. A. G. 26. 
Busteed, E. B. 146. 
Bustin, S. B. 59. 
Butcher, P. J. 4T. 
Butler, T. W. 58; T. P. 

146; W. H. 149; E. J. 

88. 

Button, F. L. 102. 
Butts, R. H. 66. 
Byrne, J. P. 57. 
Byers, P. D. 25; D R 

91. 
Byrnes, R. J. 91; E. F. 91. 



Cabana, C. C, 154. 
Cahalane, T, J. 65. 
Cahan, C. H. 146; C. H. 
Jr. 146. 

Cahill, C. J. 61; E. D 

j 93. 

I Calder, R. L. 148. 

I Caldwell, J. E. 187; J. E. 
I 98. 

Callaghan, F. 149. 
Cambray, J. A. A. 152; A. 

153. 
Cameron, J. McK. 25; J. A. 
H. 146; J. D. 188 and 
146; A. J. 64; D. A. 66; 
J. G. 66; M. G. 92; A. 
W. 38; G. P. 37; C. S. 
98; W. K. 100; A. B. 
79; D. A. 79; D. O. 79; 
W. A. 83; M. C. 83; C. 
E. 25; A. G. 36; J. S. 
51; J. J. 67. 
Camirand, W. 152. 



Campbell, W. A. P. 92; C. 

F. 35; A. 35; J. R. 58; 
E. J. 184; N. A. 138; 
W. M. 27; C. I. 50; C. 
S. 150; G. A. 146; J. 
A. 47; A. 51; I. 51; P. 
154: A. ,J. 67; J. S. 100; 
J. H. 100; G. C. 79; A 

G. 83; .T. A. 83; D. G. 
35; A. C. 50. 

Canniff, J. P. 25; H. T. 
79. 

Cannon, L. 152; L. A. 

153. 
Cantelon, W. A. 36. 
Cantin, P. 152. 
Capreol, J. L. 79. 
Capsey, G. 143. 
Cnrd, W. D. 47. 
Cardin, P. J. A. 155. 
Carey, F. W. 79. 
Carling, J. R. 91. 
Carman, R. A. 184 and 188. 
Carmichael, S. 146. 
Carnew, W. 88. 
Caron. H. S. M. 146. 
Carpenter, H. 93. 
Carper, H. P. 50. 
Carr, H. A. 57; Wm. L. 84. 
Carreau, J. P. 154. 
Carrick, J. W. 79 and 81. 
Carroll, W. F. 64 ; W B 

92. 

Carrothers, A. D. 188. 
Carruthers, J. 102. 
Carscallen, A. B. 103. 
Carson, J. M. 24. 
Carss, A. 34; J. O. 97. 
Carter, H. H. 61; T. J. 

57; W. D. 37; P. G. 

83; E. L. 61. 
Cartier, J. 154. 
Cartwright, J. R. 79. 
Carty, Kdt. 61. 
Carvell, F. B. 138; F. B. 

59. 
Casey, A. 188; P. W. 102; 

C. E. 64. 
Casgrain, P. P. 146; Th. 

C. 150 and 152; A. C. 

150; P. P. 150. 
Cass, W. J. 90. 
Cassady, G. L. 34. 
Cassels, R. W. 25: R. C. 

H. 79; G. H. 79; H. 

79; R. S. 79. 
Cate, C. W. 154. 
Gates, A. K. 49. 
Cattanach, E. C. 81. 
Cavell. vV. R. 79. 
Cayley, H. S. 35. 
Cedras, J. L. 146. 
Chadwick, H. A. 99; E. M. 

78. 
Chaffey, B. E. 50. 
Chagnon, M. J. E. 144. 
Chaldecott, P. M. 35. 
Chalmers, J. H. 49. 



358 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



Chamberland, A. M. 58. 
Chambers, A. H. 146. 
Champagne, H. 154; N. 97. 
Champoux, C. 147. 
Chandler, W. K. 53; W. B. 

58. 
Chapleau, J. E. 152. 
Chapman, A. J. 57; W. H. 

57; E. R. 50. 
Charbonneau, J. J. B. 147. 
Charbonnel, L. E. 143. 
Charette, E. 145. 
Charleson, M. M, 25. 
Charman, J. H. 25. 
Charters, A. N. 58. . 
Chartres, W. M. 27. 
eiase, H. M. 188. 
Chasse, A. 147. 
Chauveau, C. A. 152. 
Chauvin, H. N. 147. 
Chenevert, R. 149. 
Cherrier, A. 155. 
Cherry, J. B. 85. 
Chesley, S. A. 66. 
Chevrier, E. R. 97. 
Chicoine, W. 144. 
Child, S. 38. 
Chipman, W. F. 146; C. 

R. 64; P. B. A. 66; L. 

R. 67. 
Chisholm, C. P. 64 ; D. C. 

64; W. 64; J. A. 65.; J. 

A. 90; J. 93; J. E. 187; 

A. G. 95; W. A. 97; D. 

H. 100; W. C. 86. 
Chobot, A. H. 143, 
Cholette, H. A. 147. 
Choppin, H. E. 96. 
Choquet, L. 145. 
Choquette, P. A. 152. 
Chouinard, M. 152. 
Chown. S. T. 100. 
Christian, A. E. 103. 
Christie, W. M. 67; J. 97. 
Chrysler, P. H. 97. 
Church, H. W. 27; T. L. 

79. 
Cimon, E. H. 135; H. 

144; H. 152. 
Cinq-Mars, A. 147; A. 147. 
Clapp, W. M. 61. 
Clark, O. H. 50; P. W. L. 

24; A. 89; J. A. 36; W. 

J. 79; W. M. 79; J. M. 

79; H. A. 84;- G. M. 84. 
Clarke, C. S. 58; G. J. 

59; A. H. 24; J. A. 25; 

A. S. 96; H. C. 35; J. 

B. 79. 

Clary, J. H. 102. 
Clarry, L. P. 25. 
Claughton, J. H. 35. 
Claxton, A. G. B. 147. 
Clay, H. 103. 
Clayton, W. 34. 
Cleary, E. A. 103. 
Cleaver, E. H. 89. 



Clement, S. E. 47; R. A. 
47; E. P. 88; E. W. 88; 
W. P. 88; R. V. 35; P. 
A. 102. 

Clements, E. N. 67. 

Clift, J. A. 61. 

Cline, C. H. 90. 

Cloran, H. J. 147. 

Cloutier, R. 155. 

Clow, A. B. 28. 

Cluney, A. 65, 

Clute, J. S. 34; A. R. 82. 

Coatsworth, E. 79; E, T. 

79, 
Coburn, H. 35; J. H. 103. 
Cochrane, W. B. 33; A. R, 

79; A. 83. 
Cockburn, M, N. 58. 
Code, R. G. 97; W. J. 97; 

J. R. 79. 
Codebecq, L. 155. 
Coderre, L. 147; O. 147. 
Coe, J. W. 79. 
Cogswell, E. B. 25. 
Cohen, A, E, 50; A, 79; 

A. 83. 
Coldwell, G, R, 47, 
Cole, D. H. 191; A, E. 99; 

R. 49. 
Coleman, G. B. 47; W. W. 

49; E. 24. 
Coleridge, T. 95. 
Collier, H. H. 100. 
Collins, A. B. 102; A. 

103. 
Collinson, J. C. 52. 
Colli son, B, P. W, 24. 
CoUisson, J. T. J. 26. 
Colquhoun, C. M, 79; M. P, 

188; G. A. 188. 
Colter, R, S, 89, 
Colville, A. B. 89, 
Comben, C. 59, 
Comeau, L, H. 152 ; J. A. 

155. 
Conant, G. D. 97. 
Conde, E. A. 50. 
Congdon, P. T. 192. 
Gonnell, E. K. 59; A. B, 

59; W, M. 59. 
Connor, C. H. 100. 
Conroy, P. R. 188; C. 

O'N. 61. 
Consitt, G. A. 99. 
Conybeare, C. P, P, 27. 
Conyers, A M. 27. 
Cook, J. W, 147; A, H, 

152; J. E, 101 and 80; 

W, 79; W, H. 85. 
Cooke, H. P. 102; J. H. 

79; H. J. D. 80; B. L. 

26, 

Cooper, G, 84, 

Copeman, J. Y. 38, 

Copp, A. B, 59. 

Corbett, W. M. 27; W. A. 
50; K. P. 26. 



CorbQuld, C. 97; G. E. 34. 
Cordeau, L, B. 146. 
Cordell, M, G. 28. 
Corey, B. S. 27; L. A. 25. 
Corkery, J. R. 99. 
Corley, J. W, S. 80. 
Cormack, J. 26. 
Cormier, M. D, 67. 
Cornellier, C. A. 147. 
Corning, T. E, 67, 
Cornwall, P. T. 33. 
Cory, J. G. 48. 
Costello, P. T. 87. 
Cote, P, C. 143; A. E. 153; 

L. 98. 
Cotter, J. R. 87, 
Cotton, C. M. 147; W. U. 

143. 
Couch, J. H, 49. 
Coughlin, J. J. 102, 
Coulin, J. E. 150. 
Coulter, G. 50. 
Counsell, J. L. 93. 
Coupar, J. 51. 
Couper, W. M. 147; T. D. 

103. 
Courtney, C. K. 38; H. E. 

A. 38. 
Cousineau, L. 144; P. 145. 
Cousins, G. V. 147. 
Coutts, J. 102. 
Couture, G. C. P, 149. 
Cowan, H. 26; I. 26; H. J. 

49; A. 87; G, H. 35; D. 

J. 99; J. 101; M. K. 78; 

S. 101. 
Coy, H. 57. 
Coyle, P. J. 147.. 
Coyne, J. B. 50. 
Craig, N. R. 187; K. G. 

24; R. W, 50; P. A. 147; 

K, G. 64; J. H, 92; C. 

W. 37; A, C. 80, 
Cram, W. M. 88. 
Crankshaw, J. 147; J, Jr. 

147, 
Crawley, C. A. 52; E, S. 

67, 
Crawford, J. D, 47; J. P. 

81, 
Creagh, A. R. 38. 
Crease, E, A, 34; L. 38; 

A, D, 38. 
Creasor, A. D, 98. 
Creelman, J. J. 150; A. R. 

147; S. M. 191. 
Creighton, o. 80. 
Crepeau, L. P., 143. 
Crerar, J. M. 186; J. 48; 

T. H. 93. 
Cresse, L. G. A. 147, 
Creswell, E. T. 33. 
Creswicke, A. E. H. 87. 
Crichton, W. M. 50. 
Crisp, P. G. 36. 
Crooks. A. D. 79. 
Croome, N. L. 91 and 100. 
Crowell, S, G. 79. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN CANADA. 



359 



Cross, S. 147; J. A. 188; 

C. W. 26: W. 95. 
Grossman, A. F. 33. 
Crothers, T. W. 100. 
Crowe, W. 66. 
Crowther, J. 80. 
Crozier, J. W. 100; A. 102. 
Cruickshank, W. G. 147. 
Cruise, G. A. 189. 
Crysler, F. H. 97. 
Cuddy, S. 103. 
CuUen, J. P. 147. 
Cumming, R, W. 184. 
Cummings, A. G. 64, 
Cunningham, A. B. 94. 
Curie, W. H. 50. 
Curran, F. J. 147; L. E. 

147. 
Curry, J. W. 80. 
Curtis, F. E. 101. 
Cusson, V. 148. 
Cutten, W. H. 92. 



Dagenais, J. P. W. 147. 

Dalbec, H. 147. 

Daly, H. M. 37; E. J. 97. 

Dalzell, J. B. 92. 

Damphousse, J. H. 149. 

Dancey,, L. E. 92. 

Dandurand, R, 148. 

Daniels, O. T. 64. 

Danis, D. 90. 

Darling, C. 34 and 36; J. 

L. 101. 
D'Artois, J. V. 153. 
Darveau, C. 152; C V 

152; C. 153. 
D'Auteuil, P. 145. 
David, J. H. 150; L A 

148; J. A. 147. 
Davidson, A. A. 58; R. B. 

28; W. S. 24; G. T 

27; G. A. 50; J. 53; L. 

H. 147; P. 147; W. H. 

152; F. L. 65; A. L. 66; 

W. S. 99; J. B. 100; j! 

A. 102; N. F. 80; W 

82; A. T. 82; W. W.' 

83; R. R. 27. 
Davie, C. F. 38. 
Davis, F. L. 48; A. C. 52- 

G. H. 52; J. A. 64; d'. 

R. 87; F. H. A. 87; E. 

P. 35; J. S. 101; F. D. 

1Q3; B. N. 80; L. 80- 

H. H. 88; R. W. 189. ' 
Davison, j. McG. 65. 
Davy, G. H. 94. 

Dawson, L. L. 188; H. J. 
26. 

Day, R. C. 26; F. A. 92; 

J. E. 80; E. E. 94. 
Daykin, A. N. 35. 
Deacon, E. A. 50; B. L. 

50; C. R. 89; J. 89; W. 

S. 35; E. J. 35; G. P. 

81. 



DeBeck, E. K. 35. 

De Billy, V. 152. 

De Boucherville, J. B 
146. 

Decarie. J. L., 147; J. N, 

F. 147. 
Decary, A. 147; P. A. 147. 
Dechenes, A. 145. 
Deguire, A. S. 147. 

De Grandpre, J. 145; J. D 
144. 

Delage, A. 152; L. A. 147 

De Lanandiere, C. T. 144, 

de Laplante, J. O. 99. 

De Laronde, R. P. 153. 

Delavault, E. E. 25. 

Delfausse, J. H. R. 149. 

Defries, R. L. 79. 

Delisle, A. 147; O. 144. 

deLorimier, R. G. 147 • A 

E. 145; J. G. 145. ' 
DeLorimier, J. 147; L. R. 

14Y. 

DeLorme, L. A. 53. 
de Manbey, W. J. 47. 
de Martigny, C. 154. 
Demers, A. 152; L. G. 152; 

J. 154. 
Denis, J. J. 143; L. 149. 
Denison, G. T. Jr. 80; S. 

80; W. W. SO. 
Dennison, H. L. 64. 
Dennistoun, R. M. 52. 
Denovan, A. M. 80; J. 80. 
Denton, F. 8o. 
Depocas, G. E. 147. 

Deroche, H, M. P. 187; H 
M. 96. 

de Roussy, F. 25. 

Desaulniers, A. L. 145 • G 

147. ' 

Desbois, D. L. 147. 
DesBrisay, A. C. 35. 
Descarries, J. A. 147- T 

N. 147. 
Deschamps, S. 155. 
De Serres, R. 149. 
Desilets, A. 144; A. 155; 

F. 155. 

Desjardins, A. R. 144: C 

H. 147. 
Desmarais, J. 149. 
Des Rochers, P. 147. 
Dessaulles, W. C. 147. 
Desy, J. A. 155. 
Devaux, J. L, 51. 
Devlin, E. B. 144; J. A. 

144; A. P. 94. 
Dewart, H. H. 80. 
De Witt, J. 150. 
De Wolfe, C. E. 67. 
Diamond, W. J. 88, 
Dick, W. I. 96. 
Dickey, H. A. 26. 
Dickie, H. A. 67; E. A. 

35. 



Dickinson, R. J, 187. 
Dickson, S, A, 26; W A 
66; L, H. 91. ' 

Dillon, J. H. 148. 
Dilts, A. E. 51. 
Dingwall, R. 189; J, 90. 
Dion, A, 153; J, A. E. 

Dionne, C. E, L. 152; J 

B. 143, 
Dixon, M, B. 58; A E 

99; T, 103. 
Dobell, A. C. 153, 
Dockerill, W. P, 36. 
Dockray, T. D. 80, 
Dods, A. 82. 

Doerr, J. E. 188. *. 

Doherty, C. J, 147; W. A, 

191; W. B. 100. 
Donaghy, D. 35; A, 35. 
Donahue, J. M, 80. 

Donald, A, C, 83; R F 

190. 
Donkin, W. F. 64. 
Donovan, W. J. 50. 
Dorais, A. P, 147; O P 
147. ' ■ 

Dore, P, J. 154. 
Dorroch, A. U. 50. 
Douglas, J, C, 64 : A, H, 

35; W, 80; J. 80; W. 

M, 80. 
Doull, J. 66. 

Dow, r: j. G. 26 and 191. 
Dowler, W. A. 91; A. H. 

91. 

Downes, G. F. 26. 
Downie, D. 35. 
Dowsley, J. K. 100. 
Doyle, A. M. 50; M. N. 
50; E. F. 65. 

Drake, C. E. 188; A. 103; 
F. A. 80. 

Draj^ton, P. H. 80. 

Drewry, G. 89. 

Drew, J. J. 92. 

Driver, R. J, 89. 

Drouin, F. X. 152; P. O. 
152; P, 152. 

Drummond-Hay, H. R, 50. 

Drysdale, C. E, 24. 

Dubeau, J, A, 144. 

Dubreuil, J, F. 147. 

Dubuc, L, 26; Ant. 50; 

AI. 50; J. H. 50. 
Duclos, A. W. 97. 
Ducharme, J. P. L. 144; 

R. 145. 
Duchemin, H. P. 66. 
Duckett, R. L. 147. 
Duff, A. H. 147; J. M. 80. 
Duffet, H. J. 154. 
DuflPy, C. G. 138. 
Dufour, F. X. 154. 
Dufresne, A. 147. 
Dugas, M. 148. 
Dumble, D. W. 99. 



360 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



Dumbleton, A. S. 38. 
Dunbar, E. A. 24; C. L. 

92; F. J. 82. 
Duncan, P. R. 35; G. 35; 

G. G. 36; H. J. 36; J. 

M. 100; E. J. B. 85: G. 

B. 36. 
Dundon, W. P. 28. 
Dunfield, B. E. S. 61. 
Dunk, H. 52. 
Dunlevie, F. S. S. 98. 
Dunlop, A. E. 27; G. G. 

26; J. H. 149. 
Dunn. J. R. 58; F. W. 

187. 
Dup'.essis, N. L. 155. 
Dupre, L. P. 147; M. 152. 
Dupuis, L. P. 147. 
Duranleau, A. 150. 
Durie, C. L. 189. 
Dussault, J. C. H. 147. 
Dutaud, G. 146. 
Du Tremblay, P. R. 148. 
DuVernet, E. E. A. 80. 
Dyer, E. A. 24. 
Dyke, J. A. 91. 
Dymond, A. M. 80. 
Dyre, T. H. 102. 
Dysart, A. K. 50; G. A. 

50. 



Eagar, M. W. 26. 
Eakins, G. A. 48. 
Earl, L. F. 51. 
Earle, R. R. 184. 
East, H. M. 80. 
Easton, W. T. 94. 
Eastwood, J. P. 80. 
Eaton, F. E. 24; B. H. 65. 
Ebbels, H. L. 100. 
Ebbett, A. W. 27. 
Ebbs, J. P. 98. 
Eberts, D. M. 38. 
Eckstein, L. P. 33; L. P. 

33. 
Eddis, F. A. 80. 
Ede, T. 24. 
Edgar, J. F. 80. 
Edge, T. W. 152. 
Edmonds, H. L. 34. 
Edmunds, F. B. 80. 
Edwards, E. B. 26; H. 51. 
Elder, A. H. 150. 
Elliot, H. B. 95; A. 101. 
Elliott, C. H. 58; S. 191; 

M. 191; G. A. 50; L. J. 

52; H. J. 148; J. C, 

92; P. 92; J. W. 96; J. 

36; R. T. 38; C. 80; W 

J. 80. 
Ellis, W. F. 48; R. W 

36; H. T. W. 103; A 

St. G. 103; A. 98. 
Elton. D. H. 27. 



Emard, J. U. 148; E. C. 

148. 
English, J. 96. 
Embury, J. P. L. 189. 
Emerson, T. J. 187; C. H. 

61; L. E. 61; J. 36. 
Emery, E. C. 26. 
Emmerson, H. R. 58; F. W. 

58. 
Engell, A. 148. 
Enright, F. T. 148. 
Essery. E. T. 95; B. W. 

80. 
Esten, G. H. 87. 
Ethier, J. A. C. 154. 
Evans, T. W. W. 88; F. G. 

97; a. W. 98. 
Ewart, A. C. 51; T. S. 51; 

J. S. 97; W. M. 103. 
Ewen, J. 33. 
Ewing, A. F. 26; W. A. 

58; J. A. 148. 



Falconbridge, J. D. 79. 
Falconer, A. 148. 
Fair, R. E. 90. 
Fairty, I. S. 80. 
Fairweather, J. H. A. L. 

59. 
Faribault, J. E. 144. 
Faribeau, A, 154. 
Farewell, J. E. 103. 
Farmer, J. G. 93. 
Parnham, W. 87. 
Farrell, J. M. 94. 
Farris, W. B. 37; J. W. 

de B. 36. 
Fasken, D. 78; A. 78. 
Faulds, J. F. 95. 
Fawcett, J. L. 27. 
Fay, J. E. 144. 
Fear, T, E. 188. 
Fell, T. 38. 
Fenelon, J. 61. 
Fenerty, L. H. 25. 
Ferguson, C. H. 59; J. D. 

189; T. R. 51; A. C. 

51; J. M. 148; W. M. 

67; G. H. 94; J. M. 80; 

H. M. 82; W. N. 84; H. 

84. 
Fetherstonhaugh, F. B. 80. 
Field, S. W. 26; F. M. 90. 
Filion, Z. 149. 
Filmore, W. P. 52; C. L. 

36. 
Findlav. G. H. 89; J. A. 

35. 
Finkelstein, M. J. 51. 
Finlayson, W: A. 96. 
Finn, R. E. 65. 
Fiset, E. 152; H. R. 153, 
Fish, J. N. 189. 



Fisher, W. C. 24; E. B. 

51; I. 51; R. E. 148; R. 

G. 95; A. I. 33; W. P. 

34; H. 98; W. R. 38; A. 

A. 189. 
Fitch, L. 149. 
Fitzgerald, W. C. 95; W. 

E. 103; E. G. 80. 
Fitzpatrick, A. 153; H. K. 

66. 
Flanders, S. R. 51. 
Fleet, C. J. 148; R. 148. 
Fleming, O. E. 103; A. L. 

86; G. W. 190. 
Fletcher, E. A. 53. 
Fleury, W. J. 83. 
Flint, J. J. B. 88. 
Flintoft, E. P. 145. 
Flock, E. W. M. 95; J. H. 

95. 
Floyd, D. P. 64. 
Flvnn. E. J. 153; A. 96; 

F. 153. 
Foik, N. J. 186. 

Foley, J. P. 50; F. J. 80; 

C. M. 27. 

Fontaine, Z. 148; V. E. 

154. 
Foote, S. J. 61. 
Foran, T. P. 144. 

Forbes, J. M. 99; A. 102; 

G. W. 188. 

Ford, C. J. 24; F. 26; A. 

W. 100; F. C. 37. 
Forest, A. 149; L. 154. 
Forget, J. 148. 
Forgie, J. G. 99. 
Forin, P. McL. 88. 
Forrest, S. H. 49. 
Forrester, D. 48. 
Forsyth, H. C. B. 24; G. 

O. 66. 
Fortier, H. A. 144; J. 

148; H. 154; J. Y. 152. 
Fortin, T. 148; A. F. X. 

147; J. E. 153; G. 154. 
Forward, A. J. 97. 
Foster, G. G. 148; W. E. 

148; W. R. 65; W. G. 

65; H. W. A. 80; G. H. 

47; A . H. 103. 
Foulds, A. Jr. 83; F. W. 93. 
Fournier, J. O. 148. 
Fowler. G. W. 59; J. 102; 

H. C. 78. 
Foy, C. J. 99; J. J. 80. 
Frame, J. F. 189; A. 66. 
Francis, A. W. 80. 
Francoeur, J. N. 153. 
Franks, T.^ W. 28. 

Eraser, A.* 187; A. L. 138; 
H. R. 154; O. K. 89; M. 

D. 95; E. S. 96; A. 96; 
A. A. 36; A. W. 98; 
J. 102: J. S. 103; R. L. 
80; G. L. 28; J. H. 85; 
A. J. 97. 

Fremont, C. 153. 
French, F. J. 100. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN CANADA. 



361 



FrppTTian, C. L. 26; C. E. H. 

fin. 

Freeze, R. St. J. 59; J. 

A. 59. 
Friedman, H. A. 26. 
Friel, J. 58. ' 
Fripp. A. E. 97. 
Frizell, J. R. 51. 
Frost, H. R. 79. 
Fulford, C. C. 89. 
Fnllerton, C. P. 50; V. B. 

RR: J. S. 81. 
FuUon, J. A. 64: W. H. 

65; A. M. 95; F. J. 33; 

W. O. 34. 
Furlong, M. W. 61. 



Gadboie, E. 146. 

GuKne, A. 145; A. 150; H. 

.). 148; O. 148; J. A. 

153; J. A. 145; J. C. 

143. 
Gagnon, A. 148; E. 143; 

I. 153; P. E. 153; P. 

E. 145; J. O. 151; O. 

152. 
Gahan, P. A. 96; W. H. T. 

38. 
Galbraith, D. G. M. 81. 
Galipiiuilt, A. 152. 
Gallagher, J. J. 58 F. E. 

93: Z. 81: M. J. F. 149. 
Gallant, T. 65. 
Gallowikv, J. 50. 
Gait, T. P. 7S. 
Gamble, W. 97; IT. D. 81; 

W. 144. 
Gannon, C. E. S. 51. 
Garand, H. 148. 
Garbutt, O. D. 47. 
Garceau, N. 144. 
Gardner, G. M. 81. 
Gardiner, E. 186 and 190. 
Gariepv, W. 26. 
Garland, R. A. 47; E. P. 

51. 
Garnpau, A. S. 152; L. 

147. 
Garrett, A. E. 36; H. O. 

38. 
Garrow, C. 92. 
Garrey, W. H. 83; C. M. 

84. 
'Gash, N. B. 81. 
Gaudet, C. D. 418; J. A. 

14-1; G. 138; A. 144; H. 

154; B. 154. 
Gauld, J. G. 93. 
Gauthier, L. J. 148; Z. 

146; G. H. 99. 
Gpale, J. 100. 
Gfarr, G. R. 81. 
Geddes, F. B. 91. 
(-isldrrt, ,T. M. 65. 
Gelinas, J. L. 151. 
Gelly, J. E. 153. 
Gpndron, C. 145; L. N. A. 

154. 
Genest^ R. 151. 
Geoffrion. A. 148; J. U. A. 

148; V. 148. 
George, A. D. 91 J. M. 47. 
Germain, A. 148. 
German, T. B. 96; W. M. 

103. 
Gerow. R. L. 59. 
Gerrand. E. W. 187. 
Ghent. C. A. 93. 



Gibbons, Sir G. 95; G. S. 

95. 
Gibeault, A. 148. 
Gibb, J. R. 148. 
Gibbs, M. P. 61. 
GibJon, A. H. 26; .T. M. 

93; A. H. 93; J. G. 94; 

F. G. 36; R. J. 80: G. 

81: T. A. 81: .T. G. 35. 
Gibsone, G. F. 153, 
(^'iibert. G. 57. 
GilehriPt, W. A. 189; H. 

H. ?,-i: .T. 79. 
Gill, F. 35. 
GiMan, C. E. 34. 
^illin?, N. V. 36. 
Gillis, J. E. 24: H. E. 24; 

E. 81. 

Gilleppie.. T. 27: W. D. 36. 
Gilliep, J. 145: D. 66; J. 

A. 66. 
Gilman, F. E. 148. 
'^ilmoi.ir. A. 83. 
nirnrd, A. D. 154; L. P. 

143. 
Gironnrd. F. 58: A. 155; 

J. E. 143: -T. F. 155. 
Girnux. F. X. A. 155: L. 

A. 26. 
Girroir, E. T.. 64. 
Given?, D. A, 94. 
Gladman. F. W. 91. 
Glass. L. G. 151. 
Gleeson, E. P. 97. 
Glen, J. A. 47. 
Gobeil, A. 153; J. 143. 
Godbnut, A. 154. 
Godfrey, J. M. 85. 
Godin," E. H. 145. 

Goetz, G. J. 36; W. A. 189. 
Gogo, G. I. 90. 
Gold, W. J. 189. 
(ioldenberg, B. 147. 
Golding, E. R. 26. 
Goldstein, M. 148. 
Goodall, A. H. 24. 
LTOoderhaiii, M. R. 78; H. 

F. si. 
Goodeve, G. S. 94. 
Goodman, K. 99; A. K. 81. 
Goodstone, A. I. 37. 
Goodwill, J. E. L. 99. 
Goodwilbe, F. B. 187. 
Goodwin, T. T. 58; G. W. 

101. 
Gordon, R. B. 186; P. H. 

185; A. L. 188; A. M. 

7s; \V. H. L. 81; A. 144: 

W. A. 92: G. N. 99: M. 

L. 78; V. 28; A. J. 103; 

M. 102, 
(Jorinan, M. J. 97. 
Gosselin, J. 153; L. 148; 

L. A. 148; F. X. 192. 
Gosnell, R. L. 88. 
Gould, M. G. V. 97. 
(iouin, L. 148. 
Goulter, H. H. 49. 
Gourre. E. 148. 
Gow, W. 79. 
Goward, B. G. 38. 
Govette, C. A. 148; O. A. 

148. 
Graham, J. R. 186; J. 191; 

B. T. 26: H. W. 51; 
,T. 51; ,T. H. 51; R. B. 
51; C. K. 144; R. H. 66; 
E. G. 88: D. G. 97; J. 
W. 100: W. N. 98; B. P. 
188; W. M. 191. 



Granjfe, W. A. 96. 

Grant, A. C. 26; A. 26; 

0. A. 26; C. H. 26; A. 

N. 185; D. M. 94; P. 

M. 96; G. D. 97; J. R. 

34; G. A. 35; W. P. 36; 

E. J. 37; J. C. 97; A. 

100; G. 82; D. I. 82; 

W. H. 84; M. 85. 
Gravel, J. A. E. 148; A. 

187; E. 187; J. P. A. 

153. 
Graves, A. P. 37. 
Gray, W. S. 27; F. M. 79; 

G. H. 81; .T. J. 81. 
Graydon, A. H. M. 95; N. 

P. 95. • 
Gravson.' W. 187. 
Green, S. H. 50; J. 99. 
Greene, G. W. 28; W. 97; 

a: W. 98: C. H. 81. 
Greenizen, T. 99. 
Greenlees. A. 95, F. H. 95. 
Greenshields, C. G. 148; j, 

N; 148. 
'"-reer. R. H. 85. 
Gr'^crorv. A. T. 57: G. E. 

188; W. D. 81. ' 
Grr'- A. M 87; P. A. 

87: W. C. 98. 
Grrmor. A. W. 148: T. A. 

144; A. 153; A. 148; H. 

152. 
GriTSon. J. A. 67; J. P. 

97: D. "H. 78. 
Griesbaeh. W. A. 26, 
Griffin. R. R. 64; M. 36. 
Gr'-flf^ths, S. F. 95; F. AV 

96. 
Gnmmer. F. H. 58; W. C. 

H. 59. 
Grimmett, T. T. 186; M. 

L. 34. 
Grosch, S. P. 189. 
Gross, J. F. 103. 
Grote, G. W. 81. 
Grothe, A. P. 151. 
Grout, T. H. 87. 
Gr'^ver, J. I. 80 ; G. A. 

^ 'si. 

Grundv. H. P. 50. 

Guay. R. 153. 

Guerin, L. 151. 

Guertin, C. A. 148. 

Guc-eisberg. W. W. 188. 

Guibault, A. 144. 

Guild, W. F. 50. 

Guillet, L. P. 155. 

Guimont, E. 154. 

Guindon,' J. L. N. 154. 

Gundy, W. E. 89. 

Gunn, A., D. 67: T. M. 95. 

r'urd. N^ S. 101. 

Guthrie, D. 92; H. 92; 

P. A. 57; N. C. 98. 
Guy, R. D. 52 
(iwillim, F. L. 36. 
Gwyn, H. C. 91. 
Hwynn, J. C. 34. 
Gwynne, W. D. 80. 



Hackett, J. F. 148; M. F. 

155. 
Haffner, E. F. 52. 
Hagel, N. F. 51. 
Hague, H. J. 150. 
Haig. J. T. 50. 
Haijjht, J. C. 99; J. C 

103. 



24 



362 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



Hains, H. 148. 

Haines, A. £. 87. 

Hale, 0. A. 146. 

Hales, J. 84. 

Hall, A. R. 149; W. L. 

65; T. F. 90; T. McN. 

92; H. G. 38; H. C. 38; 

F. W. 99; E. H. D. 99; 
B. D. 99; R. R. 99; 
W. S. 102; W. C. 81; W. 
M. 81. 

Hallett. I. H. 33. 
Halliday, F. W. 188. 
Halpin, P. K. 100. 
Hamel, G. 154. 
Hamilton, W. O. 50; F. K. 

50; W. C. 51; T. K. 51; 

J. C. 95; C. R. 34. 
Hammond, J. H. 97. 
Hanbidee, T. M. 186. 
Hancock, J. 185; J. H. 92. 
Hancox, G. E. 37. 
Handfield. A. 148; W. A. 

148; L. A. 148. 
Haney, J. R. 51; C. N. 36. 
Hanington, C. L. 57; A. H. 

59: C. S. 59. 
Hankey, T. S. 38. 
HnnlPV. W. J. 26. 
Hanna. W. J. 101. 
Hannah, A. 24. 
Hanneson, H. M. 51. 
Hanning, C. R. 100. 
Hannington, R. W. 36. 
Hanright, P. W. 65. 
Hansford, J. E. 51; W. P. 

34. 
Hanson, A. C. 143; R. B. 

57. 
Hanway. J. A. 64. 
Harcourt, P. W. 83. 
Harding, R. T. 102; P. 33. 
Hare, J. P. 187. 
Harley, A. M. 88; J. 88. 
Harkness, J. G. 90. 
Harper, D. 27; P. P. 95; 

A. M. 36. 
Harman, G. P. 81. 
Harrington, J. J. 57; G. 

S. 64. 
Harris, G. L. 58; S. L. D. 

148; P. W. 64; R. E. 

65; R. V. 65; R. W. 

36; W. H. 100; S. B. 

81. 
Harrison, W. H. 59; W. 

G. 26; J. 93; P. P. 33; 
V. B. 34; G. L. 38; E. 
38. 

Harstone, L. 100. 

Bar:, G. C. 103; R. W. 

84. 
Hartley, J. C. 59; T. L. 

51. 
Hartney, R. 189. 
Hartt, J. T. 59. 
Harvey, A. D. 26; J. G. 

47; A. E. 151; J. A. 

38; A. G. 35; J. A. 37. 
Harwood, C. A. 149. 
Hablam, H. O. 25. 
Hanlttt. T. 0. 93. 
Hassard. A. R. 81. 
Hastings, W. R. 148. 
Hatchett, P. J. 148. 
Hatton, G. W. 99. 
Haverson, J. J. 81. 
Haviland, E. H. 138; J. 

A. 37. 
Hawthorne, R. J. 185. 
Hay, A. G. 48; J. G. 36. 



Haydon, A. 98. 
Hays, R. S. 101. 
Hayes, L. M. 99; P. C. 190. 
JdLayward, M. L. 58; G. H. 

101. 
Hayworth, A. 186. 
Hazelton, J. D. 28. 
Hazen, J. D. 59; D. K. 

59. 
Head, G. H. 37. 
Healy, A. P. 103. 
Heap, F. 51. 
Hearn, J. H. 190; D. A. 

67; E. J. 81. 
Hearst, W. H. 101. 
Hebert, E. 144; J. 148. 
Hegler, J. C. 94. 
Heggie, H. A. 35. 
Heighinglon, A. C. 81. 
Keisterman, H. G. S. 38. 
Hellmuth, I. P. 81. 
Henderson, H. E. 47; W. T. 

88; S. 33; A. 36; G. 

98; G. P. 98; C. 81; E. 

81; D. 81; W. A. 85; 

R. B. 85; S. 36. 
Hendry, J. C. 24. 
Henry, W. A. 65; W. D. 

95; H. R. L. 53. 
Heneker, R. T. 148. 
Henwood, G. B. 26. 
Herchmer, S. 33; H. "W. 

38. 
Herridge, W. D. 98. 
Herrington, W. S. 96. 
Hetherington, E. G. 49. 
Hetu, J. C. A. 148. 
Heward, C. G. 150; G. C. 

81. 
Hewitt, H. S. 88; R. J. 

36. 
Hewson, R. W. 58; W. H. 

99. 
Heyd, L. P. 81; N. G. 81. 
Hihhard, P. W. 148. 
Hick, R. 98. 
Hickey, R. E. 50. 
Hicks, J. 27. 
Hio-cins, W. .T. 64: P. 38; 

J. R. 52; J. G. 61. 
Hill, O. D. 187; W. A. G. 

66; F. W. 96: H. P. 

97; A. 97; P. B. 86. 
Hills, H. M. 38. 
F'llinrd, I. 96, 
Hillier, T. H. 191. 
Hislop, T. 81. 
Hobkirk, A. A. 52. 
Hobson, T. 93. 

TTorlo^PR. W. H. 81. 

Hodsrson, G. S. 80; R. D. 

36. 
H-ffman. N. R. 186; C. W. 

188; J. H. 81. 
Hogarth, D. B. 189; R. P. 

189. 
Hogg, A. B. 25; J. P. 37; 

W. D. 98; P. D. 98. 
Holden, A. R. 150; J. B. 81. 
Holland. J. 57. 
Hollands, W. 50. 
Hollinrake, C. E. 189; W. 

A. 88. 
Holliss, J. P. 81. 
Hodman, C. J. 81. 
Holmes, D. 104; G. W. 81; 

R. H. 81. 
Holmested, P. 101; A. W. 

85. 
Holt, C. M. 148. 
Honan, M. 148. 
Honeyford, R. 81. 



Honeyman, E. D. 53. 
Honeywell, P. H. 97; A. E. 

98 
Hood, J. 66; J. 101; G. 

W. P. 81. 
Hooper, H. R. 47; T. B. 36. 
HopKins, G. H. 94; Jj'. ±1. 

94. 
Hord, A. H. 199. 
Horning, J. A. 98. 
Hoskin, A. E. 50; J. 83. 
Hossack, D. C. 81. 
Houde, L. J. 152. 
Hough, P. A. 87; J. S. 51. 
Houle, L. 148. 
Housser, G. E. 37. 
Houston, M. 89. 
Hovey, H. M. 153. 
Howard, E. E. 150. 
Ho watt, I. B. 26. 
Howden, A. 47; J. 47; J. 

H. 48. 
Howitt, J. R. 92. 
Howley, W. R. 61. 
Hubbard, P. C. 51; J. J. 

81. 
Hubbs, R. H. 99. 
Hubert, L. J. R. 149. 
Hudson, A. B. 51; H. V. 

51. 
Hugg, R. W. 188; J. B. 51. 
Huggard, J. T. 51. 
Hughes. P. J. 57; P. J. 81. 
Hugill, J. W. 25. 
Hughson, A. A. 97. 
Hull, W. P. 51. 
Hulme, J. H. D. 37. 
Hume, E. W. 188; R. D. 

80. 
Humphries, J. A. 89; R. 

93 
Hunt, C. E. 61; A. L. 24: 

T. A. 51: -T. D. 51: .T. 

J. 65; L. S. 36. 
Hunter, J. K. l^O; A. L. 

P. 37; H. S. 101; J. H. 

ft : R. G. 81 ; L. PI • "'^^ 

H. 82: A. T. 82: A. W. 

84: R. 28. 
""nrlpy, T. P. 36. 
Hurteau, J. A. 149. 
TTntrhrpon. J. A. PQ. 
Hutchi'ns. H. A. 1^9. 
TTntohitio-p, C. H. 61. 
Hu^phiupnn, G. A. 58; A. 

W. 1S9. 
Hutchison, S. A. 190. 
Hyde, G. G. 151. 
Hvmers, J. A. 190. 
Ilvndman, J. D. 26; H. H. 

26. 



Ties, C. 149. 

Tmlach, P. 184. 

Inches. C. P. 59. 

Tngersoll, J. H. 100. 

Ingram, A. A. 101. 

Tnman, G. S. 138. 

Innes, A. W. V. 36; A. S. 

38; H. P. 101. 
Internoscia, J. 149. 
Trvin. J. 64. 
Irvine, C. H. 189. 
Trvmff, L. 99; J. E. 101; 

M 81: H. H. 82. 
Irwin, H. E. 84; W. N. 

97. 
Ibister, C. 51. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN CANADA. 



363 



Island, J. L. 97. 

Ives, W. 0. 27; W. B. 

66. 
Irey, 0. H. 95; R. H. G. 

95. 



Jackes, C. B. 82; E. H. 82. 

Jack&on, L. R. 25; J. H. 

2»; J. A. 92; A. 95; J. 

B. 36; F. A. 37; M. B. 
38; W. G. 101. 

Jacob, A. E. 48; R. 51. 
Jacobs, S. W. 149; L. W. 

151; Z. W. 25. 
Jacques, J. A. 155. 
Jalbert, J. W. 149. 
James, H. H. 58. 
Jameson, D. W. 82; G. W. 

53. 
Jamieson, F. C. 26; H. 87; 

J. M. 92; J. S. 38. 
Jarry, J. A. 149. 
Jarvis, C. G. 95; F, G. 

79; W. M. 59. 
Jasmin, A. 145; V. F. 

149. 
Jay, G. 38. 
Jeffery, A. O. 95; J. E. 

95. 
Jeffrey, N. 92. 
Jell, H. F. 100. 
Jenkins, J. 149. 
Jenks, S. 65. 
Jennings, J. 82. 
Jennison, J. L. 24; H. V. 

66. 
Jephson, J. P. J. 25 ; W. J. 

34. 
Jermyn, J. W. 189. 
Jette, J. T. 149. 
Joannette. J. H. 149. 
Jodoin, H. 149; T. 148; 

A. 150. 
Johns, F. V. 82. 
Johnson, T. H. 52; A. R. 

149; A. M. 34; H. B. 

99; H. M. 37. 
Johnston, J. K. 184; J. J. 

138; W. S. 25; A. E. 

51; W. S. 148; J. R. 

65; M. O. 92; J. H. 

95; A. S. 34; R. V. L. 

36; W. 98; W. F. 99; E. 

F. B. 82; W. 82; C. M. 

82; R. L. 83; S. 86; T. 

88. 
Johnstone, L. M. 27. 
Jolicneur, P. J. 153. 
Jonah, E. B. 188. 
Jones, T. M. 59; "W. F. 59; 

C. T. 24; S. L. 24; fi. 
H. 27; A. G. 148; J. W. 
93; 0. G. 82; F. C. L. 
82; J. G. 82; B. 82; J. 

E. 85; T. G. 34: E. 36; 

F. 64; A. W. 65. 
Jopp. W. E. 190. 
Jordan, S. A. 90; E. C. 

90; G. 36; E. J. F. 36; 

H. L. 189. 
Judd, J. C. 98. 
Juneau, P. A. 155. 
•Justin, B. F. 88. 



K 

Kappele, A. J. 36; G. 82 
C. 82; G. R. 82. 



Kaulbach, R. C. S. 66. 
Kavanagh, H. J. 149. 
Kealy, O. W. 28. 
Kearney, W. P. 151; E. W. 

92. 
Kearns, J. M. 87; C. H. 36. 
Keefer, F. H. 99; P. H. Jr. 

99; H. C. 38. 
Keeler, A. J. 83. 
Kehoe, L. J. 98. 
Keith, D. 188; C. G. 51; 

H. S. 59. 
Kelcey, \V. B. F. 28. 
Kelleher, G. F. 92. 
Kelley, J. K. 59; G. D. 

97; G. M. 79. 
Kelly, W. O'D. 61; J. H. 

152; W. E. 101. 
Kemmis, A. C. 28. 
Kemp, A. G. 52. 
Kennedy, D. P. 191; W. 

W. 51; F. C. 51; W. H. 

92; J. D. 34; J. K. 36; 

G. S. 188. 
Kenumg, E. C. 103. 
Kenny, J. B. 65; M. J. 

99. 
Kenrick, E. 87. 
Kent, J. M. 61. 
Ker, T. R. 147. 
Kerby, F. C., 103. 
Kerr, F. 59; N, W. 47; J. 

G. 89; W. F. 90; G. S. 

93; R. B. 33; D. B. 35; 

E. D. 99; G. 82; C. W. 

82; J. K. 82. 
Kertson, W. F. 58. 
Kerwin, P. 92. 
Keyes, J. A. 100. 
Kidd, A. J. 188; G. E. 

98 
Kilbourn, F. H. 98; J. M. 

98. 
Kilgour, J. P. 47; R. O. 

96. 
Killam, C. 36. 
Killoran, J. L. 92. 
Kilmer, G. H. 82. 
King, U. 58; E. D. 65; F. 

94; H. deW. 36; J. 82; 

S. 82; O. H. 83. 
Kingsmill, W. B. 85. 
Kingston, G. A. 82. 
Kingstone, A. C. 100 ; P. 

W. 82. 
Kinnear, L, 100. 
Kinney, J. A. 94. 
Kirkland, S. C. 91. 
Kitto, A. J. 37. 
Klein, O. E. 103. 
Knight, H. E. 61; J. A. 65; 

L. R. 95. 
Knowles, E. T. C. 59; W. 

E. 187; W. E. S. 91. 
Knowiton, F. J. G. 59. 
Knox, A. E. 80. 
Kyte, G. W. 66. 



Labelle, J. A. 148; J. E. 

146; L. P. 98. 
Labrosse, R. 102. 
Lacasse, N. U. 145. 
T.acerte, H. 151. 
Lachapelle, A. 149. 
Ijachance, A. 153. 
Lacoste, A. 149; A. Jr. 

149; P. 149. 



Lacoursiere, F. X. 155. 
Lacroix, J. O. 149. 
Ladner, W. H. D. 35; L. 

J. 36. 
Ladouceur, J. E. 144. 
Laferte, H. 152, 
Laflamme, N. K. 149. 
Lafleur, E. 149. 
Lafontaine, E. 151. 
Lafortune, 1). A. 149. 
Laidlaw, L. N. 27; S. R. 

51; W. 82. 
Laing, J. M. 82. 
Laird, D. H. 52. 
Lajoie, H. G. 149; F. 155; 

J. H. G. 149. 
Lalande, D. 154. 
Lalonde, D. 148; C. H. 

144. 
Laliberte, E. 145; W. 155. 
Lamarche, J. A. 146; P. E. 

149; J. P. 149. 
Lamarre, J. I. 149. 
Lamb, J. S. 36. 
Lamon, J. 91. 
Lamont, J. B. 26. 
Lamothe, J. C. 149; G. 

149; J. de, 149. 
Ijamport, W. A. 82. 
Lampson, F. 153. 
Lancaster, E. A. 100; E. 

H. 100. 
Landry, N. A. 57; H. L. 

26; J. C. 26; L. J. 149; 

R. W. E. 67. 
Lane, J. A. 153; C. W. 

66; W. S. 38. 
Langdale, F. E. 48. 
Langille, R. M, 67. 
Langlais, A. 143; J. 144; 

R. 153. 
Langley, O. A. 94; W. H. 

38. 
Langlois, J. C. 143 and 

144; P. W. 153; E. 155. 
Langman, A. E. 78. 
Langmuir, F. 25. 
Langs, C. V. 93. 
Langstaff, J. M. 85. 
Langton, T. 84. 
Languedoc, E. 148 ; W. C. 

149. 
Langworthy, W. F. 99. 
Lantier, J. 0. 149. 
Lapierre, O. 149, 
Lapointe, E. 144; S. 143. 
Laporte, C. Z. 149. 
Laramee, J. A. A. 146. 
Lariviere, M. J. C. 149. 
Larue, J. L. 153: W. 153. 
Lash, Z. A. 79; M. 79; J. 

F. 79. 
Lathwell, W. T. D. 24. 
Laughlin, J. B. 47. 
Laurendeau, C. K. 149; 

J. G. 155. 
Laurie, A. 152; W. 184. 
Lavpll, J. R. 26; H. A. 

101. 
Lavallee, P. O. 149; C. 

H. 149; L. A. 149. 
Lavergne, A. 152 ; L. R. 

143: R. 145. 
Laverty, F. J. 146. 
Lavery, J. I. 152; S. 151. 
Ii3w, T. D. 79. 
Lawe, F. C. 33. 
Lawlor, R. A. 57; H. W. 

93. 
Lawrason, J. W. 91. 



364 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



Lawrence, W. D. 51 ; A. J. 

28; H. D. 155; W. 102; 

A. G. F. 82. 
Lawson, A. 57; W. B. 90; 

W. 91; J. H. 35; H. G. 

38; T. W. 78. 
Laycock, E. 191. 
Layton, E. P. H. 37; J. R. 

99 
Lazier, S. F. 93; E. F. 93; 

H. 93. 
Lear. W. E. 82. 
LeBlanc, P. E. 149; A. T. 

57. 
Leblanc, A. 148; R. 148; 

J. A. 155. 
Labourreau, S. A. 149. 
Leclerc, F. 144. 
Ledieu, P. 152. 
Leduc, L. A. 144: A. 149; 

P. 153. 
Lee, L. 93; W. T. J. 82. 
Leech, J. H. 51; E. T. 

51. 
Lees. W. 93; H. S. 93. 
Lefebvre. A. 144; J. E. 

144; L. J. 149; T. 153; 

F. 155. 
Lefroy, A. H. F. 82. 
Lepare, T. 155. 
Lepault, J. A. 155; L. 

145. 
Leeer, J. T. 186. 
Legere, A. J. 58. 
Le Huray. S. J. 149. 
Leiffhton. A. 34. 
Leitch. r. St. C. 100. 
Lemav. A. 153; J. H. 155. 
Lemppurier. C. S. 148. 
Lemieux, M. A. 153; R. 

14b; A. 98. 
Lemon, H. S. 187. 
Lennie, R. S. 36. 
Lennox, C. J. 187; T. H. 

82; M. K. 82; J. F. 

82. 
Lenoir, U. 65. 
Lent, W. F. W. 24. 
Leonard, J. E. E. 149; J. 

155; A. J. E. 155; C. J. 

82.. 
Le Sueur, R. V. 101; N. 

L. 101. 
Letourneau, S. 151. 
Le Vesconte, R. C. 82. 
Levesque, E. 144. 
Levy, G. H. 93. 
Levinson, E. R. 51. 
Lewin, J. P. P. 59. 
Lewis, G. W. S. 27; W. A. 

89; O. L. 89; E. N. 92; 

A. M. 93; J. T. 98; A. 

C. T. 98; A. R. 82; C. 
E. 82. 

Lidster, H. N. 34. 
Liehthn'l, W. D. 149. 
Lindsay. J. H. 188; C. V. 

51; E. B. 52; S. E. 92; 

N. R. 26; G. C. 50. 
Lisle, H. C. 27 and 186. 
Lit^e, H. A. 104. 
Livinpston, W. W. 184; C. 

D. 191: S. 36: C. W. 
83; J. H. 35. 

Llovft. W. F. 61; D. S. 

190. 
Loadner, L. J. 52. 
Lobb, A. P. 82. 
Locke. E. C. 25; C. H. 52: 

C. G. 189; P. C. 52. 
Lockhart, N, J. 185. 



Lockwood, H. G. 36. 
Loftus, E. 50; J. T. 82. 
Logan, G. E. 58; J. R. 

101. 
Loggie, W. J. 28. 
Logie, W. A. 93. 
Lonergan, M. S. 
Long, G. R. 36; E. G. 83. 
Loranger, J. H. 149; L. J. 

149; L. O. 14«. 
Lord. F. 155. 
Lordley, L. R. 189. 
Loscombe, R. R. 88. 
Lougheed, J. A. 24: C. H. 

24. 
Lount, G. W. 89. 
Lovett, H. A. 150. 
Lowe, R. C. 38. 
Lown, A. S. 82. 
Lucas, F. G. T. 36; E. A. 

36: I. B. 84. 
Ludwie, M. H. 85. 
Liimsden, E. R. 38. 
Lundy, F. W. 28; J. S. 

84. 
Lunney, H. W. 25. 
Lussier, E. 149; L. 154; 

A. E. 98; J. G. 189. 
Luxton, A. P. 38. 
Lyle, R. F. 96; N. W. 98. 
Lymburn, J. P. 2 6. 
Lvnch, I). .1. 89: W. H. 

"155; E. R. 78. 
Lvnd, T. A. 189. 
Lvon, A. E. 82. 
Lyons, J. B. 28; W. A. 65. 



MC 

McAllister, A. B. 51. 
McAndrew, J. A. 82. 
McArdle, I. W. 24. 
McArthur, M. S. 27; F. J. 

G. 51; N. R. 64; Q. J. 

88; D. 82. 
McAughey, J. 189. 
McAvoy, D. 149. 
McBrady, W. 99; L. V. 

82 
McBride, R. 93; R. 34; R. 

38; A. B. 103; J. 83; J. 

B. 27. 
Mcburney, T. F. 96. 
McCabe, C. J. 83. 
McCallum, C. D. 138; J. 

F. 51; W. J. 83. 
McCann, G. E. 78. 
McCarron, M. J. 100. 
McCarter, G. "S. 33; Qi 

C. 34. 

McCarthy, M. S. 24; W. C. 

97; L. 83; D. L. 83; J. 

F. H. 83. 
McCaul, C. C. 26. 
McCaupland, M. 189. 
McCle'land, R. J. 186. 
Mcriemont, W. M. 93. 
McClure, R. W. 50. 
McColl, J. B. 90; A. E. 

34. 
McComber. A. J. 99. 
McConachie, G. B. 92. 
llcOn-nneV, A. 144; H. 

McK. 48; R. H. 101. 
McCormick, D. 149; H. D. 

98. 
Mcrnrd, G. R. 59; D. R. 

150. 
McCorquodale, A. Y. 27. 
McCraney, G. E. 189. 



McCrea, G. 100; C. 102. 
McCready, J. W. 57. 
McCrimmon, A. 101; M. B. 

101. 
McCrossan, G. E. 36. 
McCue, W. 101. 
McCullouph, P. 95: J. 102; 

J. W. 83; J. 83. 
McCully, P. A. 5H. 
McCurdy, D. D. 187. 
McCurry, J. H. 97. 
McDiarraid, F. A. 38. 
McDonaeh, M. P. 95. 
McDonald. E. R. 59; H. 

W. 184; A. A. 138; J. S. 

138; W. 26; J. W. 27; 

A. 64; J. A. 65: J. 66; 

W. 66; F. 67; .T. S. 94; 

A. A. 96; D. W. F. 36; 

M. A. 37; J. C. 98; P. 

104; W. J. 83. 
McDougal, F. J. 36; D. J. 

98. 
McDougall, A. E. 185: E. 

M. 150: J. 65: J. L. 92; 

J. W. 92; A. 103; A. E. 

47; E. S. 146. 
McElderry, V. J. 99. 
McEvov, J. M. 95; J. A. 

86. 
McEwen. M. W. 88; J. 

101: W. H. 189. 
McFadden, W. H. 88; U. 

101; J. 101; G. S. 148. 
McFadzen, J. H. 59. 
ATcFarland. G. F. 82. 
McGarrv, T. W. 100. 
McGaughey, G. A, 97; C. 

S. 97. 
McGhee, G. W. 52. 
McGhie, J. H. 83. 
McGillivray, A. A. 25. 
McGiverin, H. B. 98. 
McGoun, A. 150. 
McGovern, A. L. 99. 
McGowan, R. J. 83. 
McGowen, F. 35, 
McGrath, R. T. 61; J. J. 

61. 
McGuire, W. H. 81. 
McHare, W. H. 35. 
McHugh, G. O. 188; T. G. 

lOS. 
Mclnerney, H. O. 59. 
Mclnnes, H. 65. 
Mcintosh, C. 89; J. C. 88; 

A. D. 186. 
Mclntyre, J. M. 59; A. M, 

189; A. A. 66; J. 94; 

A. F. 98; P. J. 36. 
Mclsaac, J. P. 25; C. P. 64. 
MclTer, W. E. 153 and 

155. 
McKane, R. 38. 
McKav. J. 188; W. J. 25; 

S. H. 47; C. C. 67; R. 

S. 67; W. J. L. 97; W. 

M. 36; S. G. 104; R. 

82. 
McKee, H. E. 91; T. E. 

97. 
McKeen, W. G. 35. 
McKenna, H. G. 93; H. J. 

93. 
McKenzie, D. 185; C. Y. 

47; D. D. 66. 
McKeough. W. E. 89. 
McKeown.' W. K. 14 5 and 

155; C. R. 97; S. W. 

83. 
McKerchar, D. W. 51. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN CANADA. 



365 



McKessock, R. R. 102; J. 

S. 102. 
McKillop, B. 95. 
McKim, L. T. 187; H. C. 

N. 37. 
McKinley, A. I. 101. . 
McKinnon, D. A. 138; D. 

138; J. L. 65; R. L. 

92. 
McKittrick, H. E. 78. 
McLaren, E. L. 184; J. B. 

4». 
McLaughlin, A. E. 88; R. 

J. 95; R. J. 83. 
McLaurin, W. R. 24; G. 

98. 
McLaws. W. K. 24. 
McLean, H. H. 59; A. A. 

138; H. W. 24; J. A. 

64; E. H. 88: A. L. 188. 
McLellan. R. W. 57; R. 

S. 66; C. D. 67; L. B. 

36: P. 184. 
McLelland, W. H. 27. 
McLennan, P. 150; D. 66; 

D. 66; D. A. 67; A. 

94. 
McLeod. J. B. 83: H. F. 57; 

D. C. 138; N. 138; A. 

48: J. D. 66; F. M. 36; 

J. P. 38. 
McLorgr, E. M. C. 35; F. H. 

189. 
McMaPter. A. R. 146; W. 

A. 78; A. C. 83. 
McMeans, L. 51; E. D'H. 

51. 
McMJchael, A. F. 83; R. C. 

14R. 
McMillnn. J. 185: E. D. 

49: N. A. 51; N. A. 66; 

D. S. 101. 
McMorran, T. S. 189. 
McMuUen, J. E. 36; W. T. 

104. 
McMnrchy, R. D. 189. 
McMurray. J. 53. 
McMurrich, J. D. 36. 
McMurtry. R. O. 146. 
McNab. A. E. 103. 
McNamara, D. J. 26: .T. M. 

97; V. 101. 
McNaught, J. 145. 
McNeely, J. S. L. 89. 
McNeily. J. A. W. 61. 
McNeil, D. 65: J. 66. 
McNeill, R. N. 138; J. D. 

35. 
McNevin, J. A. 89. 
McNiven, D. A. 188. 
McPhail, J. A. 101. 
McPhee, G. W. 189. 
McPherson, E. A. 49; A. N. 

51; ,T. A. 94; G. G. 102; 

W. T>. 83; R. U. 78. 
McPhillips, L. G. 36. 
McQuaid, A. 138; E. S. 

26. 
McQuarrie, N. 138; W, G. 

34. 
McQueen. G. R. 36. 
McQuesten. T. B. 93. 
McT?ae, W. F. 92. 
McTappart, D. E. 85. 
McTaviph, R. 51; G. C. 52; 

. A. D. 99. 
McVeity, T. 98. 
Mc Vicar, R. 66: J. A. 52. 
McViftie, C. 100. 
McWhinney, W. J. 83. 



McWilliams, W. J. 187; R. 
V. 53. 



MAC 

MacAlpine, C. D. H. 52. 
Macbeth. J. C. M. 81. 
MacBrayne, W. S. 93. 
MacCallum, O. B. 146. 
MacOoy, W. B. 65. 
MacCraken, J. I. 98. 
MacDermid, F. F. 189. 
Macdiarmid, W. 95. 
Macdonald. C. A. 59: H. Y. 

189; B. D. 189; J. K. 

26; J. M. 26: R. M. 36: 

H. J. 52; R: G. 47; J. 

150; R. 154; A. J. 64; 

J. A. 66; E. M. 66; L. 

X. 67; A. H. 92; A. B. 

33; M. A. 33; R. M. 36; 

G. S. 100; G. S. 83; C. 

E. 83; D. 83; J. A. P3; 

H. J. 83; J. H. 83; H. 

C. 80; A. M. 27; C. 36; 
P. A. 50; W. C. 65; Wm. 
66; J. H. 85. 

Macdonell, J. A. 87; D. G. 

36; A. McL. 83; A. C. 

83. 
Macdonnell. G. M. 94; G. 

E. 9-S. 
MacDougall, G. W. 149. 
MacEc'hen, A. J. G. 64; F. 

A. 65. 
Mucfnrlane, A. 98: L. 149; 

A. D. 38; W. H. 36. 
l^rajGill, J. H. 36. 
MacGillivray, J. F. 94. 
.VacGree-or, J. C. 28: A. 

83; J. 83; J. P. 83; J. 

P. 83. 
Macgregor, M. O. 96. 
Machin, H. A. C. 94. 
Machray, J. A. 52. 
Macllreith, R. T. 65. 
Maclnnes, R. B. 52; C. S. 

85; R. G. 35. 
Macintosh, A. D. 183 ; J. 

189; J. A. 83. 
Macintyre, A. D. 33; A. 

D. 35. 

Mack, J. M. 65. 

MacKay, A. B, 24; A. G. 

26; A. A. 65; J. W. 

66; H. B. 67. J. S. 36; 

W. C. 83. 
Mackay, A. 150; H. 150; 

A. S. 152; J. G. 65; R. 

G. 66; J. S. 34; N. F. 

38. 
MacKelcan, F. R. 83. 
MacKenzie, W. G. 27; C. 

67; C. Y. 47. 
Mackenzie, A. E. G. 57; N. 

189; P. E. 189; E. C. 

27; D. G. 27: H. 52; P. 

S. G. 153: A. G. 64; E. 

C. 83: H. G. 83; .T. B. 

83; K. F. 85: K. C. 26; 

F. G. 83; E. W. 103. 
Mackie, H. A. 26. 
MacKinnon. C. G. 148; D. 

H. 26; J. P. 48. 
Mackinnon, A. J. 87; W. G. 

189. 
Mackintosh. A. C. 3G. 
Macklem. O. R. 83: H. C. 

81. 



I Maclaren. C. H. 87. 
MacLatchy. H. O. 67. 
I Maclean, D. 189; A. K. 
65; K. 92: H. A. 38; 
I A. 38; D. H. 98; F. W, 

83; N. D. 83. 
I MacLean, D. R. C. 52. 
Maclennan, F. S. 150; D. 
! B. 90; R. J. 84; J. J. 

85. 
Macleod, J. E. A. 24; C. 

27. 
?vfacni aster, D. 146. 
MacMillan, A. O'N. 186; A. 

O. 190: P. 36. 
MacMullen, J. A. 96. 
?\tacMurchy. A. 83. 
"vracnaughton. A. C. 83. 
Macnee, J. H. 94; P. C. 

99. 
^'iicneil, M. G. 50; A. 33. 
^=acNeill. A. H. 36. 
VicNeill, C. B. 35. 
Mcicoomb, H. W. 103. 
i/acpherson. K. R. 150; J. 

95. 
MacPherson. A. M. 190. 
MacPhie, W. F. 90. 
Macqueen. M. A. 52. 
MacRae. K. J. 59: J. K. 

37. 
MacTaffgart, R. M. 52. 
Macricar, C-. D. 51. 



M 

Madden, J. E. 96. 
Maddin, J. W. ^^7. 
Msdore. L. 26. 
Mnt'ee. A. A. 147; D'A. 

97. 
T^fagnusEon, R. A. W. 52. 
Maguire, F. 152. 
Hahaffy, J. J. 28; W. G. 

88. 
Mahon, J. W. 90; G. P. 

104. 
Mahoney, W. J. 59. 
Mailhot, M. 143. 
Maillet, R. 150. 
Maitland, R. R. 37; R. L. 

37. 
Major, W. J. 52. 
Makms, J. C. 102. 
Ma^comson, P. A. 95. 
Malloch, E. G. 99. 
Malone, M. 93: E. T. 83; 

A. L. 83; T. B. 26. 
Manjiuan. W. 52. 
Mann, J. A. 148; J. P. 38. 
Manning, R. A. C. 52 ; W. 

McC. 64; J. J. 88. 
Manley, R. W. 28. 
Manson. A. M. 34. 
Mansur, C. H. 52. 
Maples, R. C. 5t). 
Marceau, J. O. 150. 
Marchand, A. 152 ; C. K. 

154: B. 155. 
Marechal, L. T. 150. 
Margeson, J. W. 64. 
Margolese, L. S. 150. 
Marier, .1. 144; E. 147. 
Marin, E. 153. 
Mariotte, H. 151. 
Markev, F. H. 151. 
Markle, M. C. 49. 
Marks, A. L. 26. 
Marlatt, E. W. 51. 



366 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



Marquis, A. W. 100. 
Marsan, G. A. 150. • 
Marshall, H. B. 49; J. R. 

93; D. G. 35. 
Marsolais, A. L. 144. 
Martel, P. N. 154. 
Martin, K. J. 138; T. B. 
27; W. Jr. 50; J. C. 
51; P. 145; J. E. 148; 
J. P. V. 153; A. W. 
185; K. 93; D'A. 93; F. 
R. 93; J. J. 33; G. E. 
34; A. 37; P. J. S. 101; 
C. B. 84; S. S. 84; J. 
37; H. J. 84; W. M. 188; 
J. D. 189; J. C. 189. 
Martineau, A. 143; V. 150. 
Mason, P. G. 36; C. D. 38; 

G. W. 83. 
Mastion, L. 150. 
Masten, C. A. 84. 
Masterman, L. A. 51. 
Masters, F. A. 65. 
Mather, J. A, 47; J. P. 37. 
Matheson, R. D. 150; J. A. 
138; C. W. 24; R. M. 
47; J. D. 26; D. F. 66; 
R. A. 91; W. A. 91; M. 
37; A. S. 26; A. 188. 
Mathieu, A. P. 146; J. J. 

U. 149. 
Matthew, N. J. 52. 
Matthews, G. M. 13S. 
Maughan, J. A. 34. 
Maulson, H. P. 48; R. 190. 
Mavor, J. S. 24. 
Maw, H. W. 80. 
Maxwell, J. 95; C. F. 101; 

J. 102. 
May, A. P. 197. 
Mayers, E. 0. 38. 
Meagher, J. J. 150; T. J. 

65. 
Mearns, A. 83; F. S. 84. 
Medd, S. T. 99. 
Meek, E, 84. 
Mehr, S. M. 80. 
Meighen, A. 49: R. E. 84. 
Melancon, L. 150. 
Meldrum, A. D. 102. 
Mellish, H. 65; A. J. B. 

37. 
Menard, G. 150. 
Menzie. H. W. 27. 
Mercer, M. S. 84. 
Mercier, H. 150; E. 153; J. 

A. 147; P. 151. 
Meredith, F. E. 150; T. G. 
95; E 95; W. R. 95; J. 
R. 81. 
Merizzi, E. 152. 
Merrill, W. A. 147. 
Metcalf, J. R. 99. 
Methot, L. D. 28; G. 155. 
Mf'Tton, H. S. 84. 
Meunier, L. C. 150. 
Mewburn, S. C. 93. 
Mewf=, F. A. 61. 
Miall, E. 187. 
Michaud. P. 57. 
Miclde. C. J. 90; H. W. 

78. 
Midd'ebro, W. S. 98, 
M'ddletnn, E. L. 80. 
Mignault, P. B. 150. 
Mirneron, J. H. 150. 
Mikrl. W. C. 188. 
Milden, J. 190. 
Millar, A. I. 28; R. 143; 
A. 88; H. 98: C. 84. 



Miller, E. M. 188; O. S. 

b4; E. A. 87; E. 33; A. 

A. 84; E. 38; T. M. 38; 

G. M. 102. 
Millette, N. A. 150. 
Millican, W. J. 25; A. E. 

25. 
Milligan, J. C. 90; A, W. 

38 
Milliken, W. B. 84. 
Mil'man, L. 150. 
Mills, N. M. 59; N. D. 26; 

J. B. 37; L. C. 38; A. 

84; G. G. 84; S. S. 79; 

W. 85 . 
Milne. J. A. 84. 
Milner, F. L. 64; H. R. 26. 
Mitayer, A. 152. 
Mitchell, W. G. 149; F. H. 

48; V. E. 150; G. 90; 

J. 84; J. 180; J. W. 51. 
Moberlv. G. 90; T. E, 84. 
Mode, A. T. 26. 
Moffatt, G. U. 150; D. S. 

25; F. C. 34. 
Mollrnr, O. G. 150; J. A. 

150. 
Monahan, T. L. 80. 
Moncreiff, G. 99. 
Mondor, J. 50. 
Monetie, G. F. 149. 
Monk, P. D. 150. 
Monkman, A. 52. 
Monro, F. W. 84. 
Montague, P. J. 50; F. F. 

52. 
Monteith, G. B. 52. 
Montgomery, G. H. 146; D. 

S. 36; J. 82; J. D. 83; 

R. A. 84. 
Montpetit, E. 147. 
Monty, C. E. 150; R. 150. 
Moody, G. 52. 
Moore, C. W. 25; H. C. 

24; J. C. 28; W. 49; A. 

E. 51; T. K. 52; F. D. 

95; J. P. 94; S. A. 37; 

H. W. R. 38; W. H. 99. 
Moorhead, R. D. 83. 
Moran, W. J. 52. 
Moraud, L. 153. 
Morden, W. S. 84. 
Morency, J. A. 154. 
Moresby, W. O. 37. 
Morgan, J. H. L. 26; E. 

A. D. 150; A. N. 96. 
Morin, L. J. S. 146; L. D. 

153; O. 153; L. 154; P. 

H. 150. 
Morine, A. N. 84; A. B. 

61. 
Morison, D. 61; F. 93. 
Morley, A. W. 52; H. L. 

33 
Morlock, W. S, 86. 
Morphy. H. N. 191; W. S. 

88; H. B. 95; H. E. 97; 

G. A. 38. 
Morrier, J. E. 145. 
Morris, E. P. 61; F. J. 61; 

W. 155: F. R. 91; P. G. 

38; E. G. 84; W. 84; W. 

S. 25. 
Morrisey, W. S. 51. 
Morrison, F. A. 28; J, W. 

G. 28: A. S. 52; G. A. 

150; M. J. 150: A. G. 

65 ; W. 92 ; J. L. 37 ; Wm. 

89. 
Morrow, J. 47. 



Morse, C. R. 190; A. §4; 

E. J. 67; H. C. 65. 
Morseby, W. 0. 38. 
Morton, T. P. 189; T. 51; 

J. K. 51; T. M. 103; W. 

L. 92; J. A. 103. 
Morwood, H. R. 103. 
Moseley, E. W. 67; H. C. 

67. 
Moses, H. R. 84. 
Moss, J. H. 78; C. A. 

78; T. 80; W. D. 91. 
Mouat, J. McD. 37. 
Mounce, R. B. 67. 
Mount, C. B. T^. 26. 
Mousseau, J. O. 150. 
Mowat, J. A. 92; H. M. 84; 

J. S. 189. 
Moxon, A. 189. 
Moyer, F. C. 25. 
Mudie, W. B. 94; J. S. 

188 
Muir, J. 24; M. F. 88. 
Mulcahy, J. T. 97. 
Mulcaster, R. 188. 
Mulligan, J. A. 102. 
MuUin, R. T. 146; D. 59. 
Mulock, W. R. 52; W. 84. 
Mulvena, H. R. 148. 
Mundell, D. 187; W. 94. 
Munro, J. D. 27 and 186; 

J. 189; H. H. 28; M. 

87; W. N. 98. 
Munson, J. H. 52; N. 47. 
Murchison, D. C. 87. 
Murphy, F. P. 58; J. D. 

188; R. C. 25; F. 152; 

D. R. 148; T. W. 65; J. 

A. 89; T. J. 95; J. 33; 

C. 98. 
Murray, R. 57; R. G. 59; 

N. 28; T. J. 52; A. H. 

S. 52; R. H. 65; G. H. 

66; A. G. 92: G. W. 186; 

T. 188; G. 189. 
Mustard, W. J. A. 26. 
Mvers, H. G. 28. 



N 

Nantel, M. 150; W. B. 

150; J. B. 150. 
Nasmith, C. B. 78. 
Nason, H. 52; J. 84. 
Naunton, H. W. 25. 
Nay, R. E. 190. 
Neelands, T. W. 49. 
Neff, G. C. 186. 
Nellis, T. F. 98; J. H. 

104. 
NelROH, W. A. 57; H. M. 

188 
Nesbitt, J. W. 93; W. 83; 

A. R. 84; M. 93. 
Newcombe, C. K. 50. 
Newell, C. F. 26. 
Newman, G. E. 82; H. A. 

85. 
Nickle, W. P. 94. 
Nicol. J. 155. 
Nichols, F. W. 64. 
Nicholson, D. N. 150. 
Nisbet, W. A. 33. 
Noble, R. M. 51; J. B. 37. 
Noel, H. E. 143. 
Normandeau, J. E. B. 150. 
Normandin, Z. 150. 
Norris, G. G. 24. 
Northrup, W. B, 88. 
Notting, T. 65. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN CANADA. 



367 



Niigent, F. S. 52. 
Nutting, C. A, 155. 



Cakes, I. B. 65. 
O'Bready, M. 155. 
O'Brian, C. G. 95; C. 

MacL. 36; J. B. 84. 
O'Brien, J. 89; H. 84. 
O'Connell, D, 99. 
O'Connor, G. B. 26; W. F. 

65; L. V. 95; M. J. 98; 

J. W. 80. 
Odell, W. H. 28; M. B. 

36. 
O'Donoghue, J. G. 82; D. 

J. 84. 
O'FIynn, E. D. 88; F. E. 

88; J. L. 101. 
Ogden, C. G. 151; A. 84. 
Ogilvie, W. P. 37. 
O'Hearn, W. J. 65. 
O'Heir, A. 93. 
Oldham, J. N. 24; F. M. 

27; J. H. 85. 
Oliver, W. E. 38. 
d'Meara, J. J. 98. 
O'Mullin, J. C. C5. 
Orde, J. F. 98. 
O'Reilly, A. J. 37; M. J. 

93 
Ormi'ston, W. S. 102. 
Ormond. D. M. 49: H. 51. 
O'Rourke, T. A. 102; H. L. 

24. 
Orr, R. 187. 
Osborne, W. W. 93; J. K. 

98. 
O'Shea, J. 34. 
Osier, H. S. 83; B. 83; G. 

79. 
Ostigur, J. E. 145. 
Ostrom. G. W. 102. 
O'SiilIivan, K. M. 153; E. 

V. 80. 
Ottv, G. O. D. 59. 
Oui'mpt, J. A, 148. 
Outram, F. P. 65. 
Owens, T. S. 152; E. W. 

H. 64; D. M. 65. 
Owens, T. S. 152; E. W. 

.1. 84. 
OxleT, O. H. 66. 



Pacaud, A. 154; L. 155. 
Pa?p, J. A. 89; H. W. 86. 
Palliser, J. 145. 
Palmer, S. W. 59; H. J. 

13d; J. R. 27; W. L. 

98. 
Panet, A. P. B. 103. 
Panneton. D. 155. 
Panton, A. M. 188. 
Papillon, J. H. O. 151. 
Papinean, T. M. 146; Ij. 

,T. 155. 
Paqnette, A. E. 154. 
Pamitn. L. D. 155. 
Parades. R. 151; W. 152; 

L. 153 and 144. 
Pardee, F. F. 101. 
Pare, H. 153. 
Parent. E. 152; G. 153; .7. 

A. 144. 
Parisault, C. A. 151. 
P:.risft, A. G. 89. 



Parkes, R. B. 37. 

Parker, B. C. Jr. 52; W. 

F. 67; J. 78; W. R. P. 

84. 
Parkins, E. R. 148. 
Parkinson, H. F. 84. 
Parlee, H. H. 26. 
Parmenter. R. H. 86. 
Parsons, R. W. 191; W. G. 

66; J. E. 84. 
Patenaude, E. L. 149. 
Paterson, H. S. 53; J. 1-. 

94; R. H. 80; J. A. 82. 
Patmore, L. W. 34. 
Paton. T. J. 64. 
Patrick, J. A. M. 191. 
Patry, J. 153. 
Patterson, H. S. 25; W. 

151; R. 89. 
Patton, K. L. 52; A. J. 

Pattiillo, J. B. 37. 
Paulin, G. G. 79. 
Payette, J. V. 151. 
Pavne, \V. E. 28; G. A. 
89; W. L. 90; J. C. 91; 
J. W. 81. 
Payzant, J. Y. 65; W. L. 

65. 
Peacock, M. B. 25. 
Pearse, T. 33. 
Pearson, A. E. 59; F. L. 

104; J. 84. 
Peat, O. D. 93. 
Peck, E. A. 99. 
Pedley, H. S. 147. 
Peel, W. 186; J. A. 95. 
Peine, T. H. 81. 
Pell'ppier, E. 151. 
Pelletier, A. 1). 150: L. ( . 
151; H. 151: A. S. 151; 
J. 151; L. P. 153. 
Pelton, G. Y. 26. 
Penny, T. 145. 
Pentland, C. A. 153. 
Percival. H. A. 98. 
Perkins, W. J. 185; W. C. 

98. 
Perrault, A. 14S ; G. 143; 

,T. E. 143. 
Perrin. F. E. 95. 
Perron, J. L. 151. 
Perrv, W. C. 96: W. H. 84. 
PeFCod, E. G. 24. 
Peters, F. H. 57; F. 34. 
Peterson, N. H. 89; A. M. 
90; G. F. 100. _ ^^ 
Petrie, J. J. 25; H. D. 93. 
Pettit, G. H. 103. 
Phalen, R. F. 66. 
Phelan. M. A. 148; C. B. 

S. 38. 
Phelps, W. L. 192. 
Philion, A. E. 186; J. A, 

102. 
Phillipps, H. 52. 
Phinney, J. D. 57. 
Ph'ppen. F. H. 84. 
Piche, J. A. 145. 
Pickett, H. H. 59; H. D 

187. 
Piette, J. A. 144. 
Pike, J. M. 90. 
Pilon, J. W. 151; A. 151 

J. A. 151. 
Pincott, C. F. R. 34. 
Pinsent, E. S. 61. 
Pirie, E. 99. 
Pitblado, T. 50. 
Pitts, C. H. 38. 
Place, E. G. 151. 



Plamondon, M. 153. 
Plante, A. 151; A. 155. 
Plaxton, C. W. 82; G. G. 

84. 
Plimsoll, A. R. W. 151. 
Plourde, U. 151. 
Poapst. W. V. 27. 
Poisson, J. 143. 
Poliqain, G. 151. 
Ponton, W. N. 88. 
Pooley, R. H. 38. 
Pope. C. A. 149; H. C. 

187; W. W. 84. 
Porte, W. J. 91. 
Porter, E. G. 88; A. 101; 

C. H. 84. 
Pottage, F. 27. 
Potts, C. H. B. 34. 
Potvin, J. W. A. 144. 
Poulin, J. S. 144; S. 154. 
Pouliot, L. A. 144; L. A. 

153; J. N. 153. 
'-•ons.«;ette. A. P. 84. 
Powell, H. A. 59; W. B. 
187; M. G. 98; F. E. 
99; G. E. 37. 
Power, C. G. 152; J. J. 

65; L. G. 65. 
Pratt, B. 25. 
Prendhomme, J. 51. 
Preston, D. H. 96. 
Prevost, J. B. B. 154; J. 

A. 152. 
Price, M. 37: S, 100; W. 

K. 84. 
Primeau, J. A. 90. 
Pringle, R. H. 88; R. A. 

92; C. 98; R. A. 98. 
Prior, C. J. 38. 
Pritcnard. J. 49. 
Proctor. A. T. 187; P. J. 

50; F. B. 98. 
Proudfoot, W. 92 and 85; 

\V. A. 84. 
Proulx, E. 95. 
Prowse, J. H. 28. 
Prud'homme, J. A. 149. 
Pruneau, J. A. N. 151. 
Puddington, H. F. 59. 
Pugh, J. S. W. 35. 
Purslev, W. G. 151; W. 

59; W. G. 64; W. 151. 
Primaville, M. F. 96. 
Purdom, A. 95; T. H. 95. 
Purdv, H. A. 64. 
Purney, W. P. 65. 
Pvtnam, L. H. 24; H. 67. 
Pyke, J. G. 65. 



Ouiffcr. S. 191. 
Quigley, R. F. 59. 
Quirk, F. G. D. 187. 



Radenhurst, G. A. 87. 
Raines, F. N. 37. 
Fainsford, H. P. 57. 
Rainville, H. B. 151; J. H. 

151; P. 151. 
Ralston, J. L. 65; I. S. 64. 
Rand, I. V. 28. 
Raney, W. E. 84. 
Ray, A. 35. 
Raymond, E. P. 59; M. 



36a 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



151; P. B. 151; L. C. 

102; W. B. 80. 
Raynes, C. 151. 
Rea, W. 26. 
Read, E. R. 88; H. 37; J. 

E. 65. 
Reav. C. T. 37. 
Reddin, J. H. 138. 
Redman. H. E. 84. 
Reed, H. P. 49. 
Roesor, H. A. 80. 
Reeve, W. A. 188; J. 99. 
Reeves, J. H. 99. 
Regan, O. R. 187. 
Reid, R. L. 35; F. 101; A. 

J. 85; R. A. 85; T. 85. 
Reilly, E. A. 58; C. B. 

25; J. D. 25. 
Benaud, J. A. 144; G. 

151; J. H. W. 151. 
Rennie, G. 35. 
Revnolds, E. R. 85; C. E. 

52. 
Rlieaume. F.. J. T. 151. 
Rhodes, E. N. fi4. 
Riau, S. C. 144. 
Rice, G. E. A. 27. 
Richard, E. R. 57. 
Richards, C. D. 57; S. E. 

52; W. G. 89. 
Richardson, J. W. 59; W. 

W. 52: J. T. 79. 
Ridley, H. E. 37. 
Riellv, F. D. 85. 
Rieney, T. J. 94. 
Rinfret. T. 151. 
Ring-, O. 59; L. B. 189. 
Rioux, E. 155. 
Ritchip. W. F. 147; W. B. 

A. 35; J. N. 27; G. 65; 

J. A. 97; C. H. 85. 
Rivard, A. 152. 
Rive, ii. M. 59. 
Rivet, L. A. 151. 
Rixon, H. L. 48. 
Roach, M. H. 87; G. R. 

84. 
Roaf, J, R. 85. 
Robb, G. 97. 
Robert, R. 144; L. 161. 
Roberts, J. B. 24; C. J. 

26: A. 64. 
Robertson, H. W. 59; W. 

C. 24; H. H. 26; W. G. 

M. 48; J. E. 52; A. 153; 

R. B. H. 65; S. G. 67; 

H. 90; T. J. 96; H. E. 

A. 37; H. B. 38; T. R. 

38; J. F. 101; R. S. 

102: D. 103; D. M. 85; 

J. E. 85; E. V. 25; R. 

184. 
Robichon, G. H. 155. 
Robidoux, F. J. 58. 
Robinettp, T. C. 85. 
Robinson, C. 0. 58; H. E 

47; C. W. 58-; W. A. 

95; S. S. 97; H. B. 

37; J. 94; D. C. 146. 
Robitaille, C. 151. 
Rochette, J. A. 153. 
Rochon, G. 150. 
Rodd, J. H. 103. 
Rodford, J. H. 51. 
Rodier, C. 151. 
Roger, D. M. 38. 
Rogers, T. S. 64 and 65; 

R. H. 35; C. S. A. 52. 
Rondeau, A. O. 151. 
Roper, J. S. 65. 



Roscoe, W. E. 65; B. W. 

65. 
Rose, W. M. 189; B. 150; 

H. A. 103; H. E. 78. 
RoFS, A. 189; G. H. 25; G. 

H. 50; A. M. S. 52; D. H. 

52; H. S. 151; J. T. 65; 

J. U. 66; H. 66; D. 87; 

G. 90; J. C. 92; W. L. 

93; E. B. 37; W. R. 

38; D. C. 102; A. W. 

78; C. C. 80; J. L. 85. 
Roswell, J. W. 102. 
Rouillard, L. 153. 
Rotnwell, B. E. 49; S. J. 

52. 
Rouayne, J. A. 151. 
Rousseau, M. 145. 
Routledge, A. W. 185. 
Rowan, T. A. 85. 
Rowe, J. 97; W. J. 48. 
Rowell, N. W. 85. 
Rowland, P. T. 101. 
Rowlings, G. A. R. 67. 
Roy, J. 136; E. 151; F. 

X. 151; E. 151; F. 153; 

E. 153. 
Royal, C. H. 52. 
Koyce, A. H. 85. 
Rubinowitz, I. I. 37. 
Ruddy, R. 99. 

Ruel, G. 84. 

Rugg, P. S. 154. 

Raggles, E. 64; H. 64; H. 

D. 37. 
Rup^'pll W. A. 59; E. J. 

190; A. H. 28; P. W. 

28; B. W. 65: J. A. 37; 

F. R. McD. 37. 
Rutherford, A. C. 26. 
Rutledge, J. 103. 
Ruttan, G. F. 96. 

Ryan, P. C. 151; E. F. 

25. 
Ryckman, E. B. 85. 



ST. 

St. Germain, P. 151; O. 

27. 
St. Jacques, J. L. 149. 
St. James, E. A. 189. 
St. John, C. 48; C. W. 37. 
St. Julien, J. A. 151. 
St. Laurent. L. 152. 
Ste. Marie, J. W. 144. 
St. Pierre, G. 151; G. H. 

155. 



Sale, J. 104. 
Sampson, H. E. 188. 
Sanders, A. T. 34 ; E. C 

101. 
Sanderson, C. L. 67. 
Sanford, C. F. 58. 
Sangster, H. W. 67; F. 

H. 102. 
Sargent, E. F. 37. 
Sasseville, E. 153. 
Saunders, A. C. 138; H. P. 

25; T. W. 92; F. C. 37; 

D. W. 85. 
Saunderson, H. H. 52. 
Savage, W. 36. 
Savard, A. 153. 
Savary, H. P. O. 25. 
Sawers, C. W. 37. 



Sayers, G. A. .89. 
Scandrett, T. ■W..95. ; 
Seanlon, A. E. 88; M. 

88 
Scarth, H. S. 52. 
Scellen, J. A. 88. 
Schelter, J. L. 93. 
SehoflP, E. 85. 
Schull, H. J. 187. 
Schultz, S. D. 37. 
Schurman, R. U. 67. 
Scott, W. B. 149; H. G. 

28; W. B. 189; H. P. 

67; W. A. 35; W. L. 97; 

J. H. 103; H. J. 85; J. 

J. 85; W. A. 37. 
Scotney, R. N. 47. 
Scrimgeour, J. S. 26; J. 

M. 37. 
ScuUard, T. 89. 
Seaborn, W. E. 187. 
Seager, C. 92. 
Sears, J. E. 35. 
Secord, J. C. 189; M. A. 

92. 
Sedgewick, J. A. 66; G. H. 

78. 
Seguin, C. A. 98. 
Sees-worth, R. F. 85. 
Sellar, W. H. 24. 
Seller, L. A. 190. 
Selwood, F. S. 25. 
Semple, G. H. 151. 
Senecal, O. 151. 
Senkler, E. S. 88: J. H. 

37. 
Sevigny, A. 152. 
Shackleford. R. S. 52. 
ShafFner, W. P. 65. 
Shallow, T. J. 149. 
Shandley, H. H. 38. 
Shanks, W. R. L. 146. 
Shapley, H. W. 84. 
Sharp, W. P. 146. 
Sharpe, F. J. 52; E. E. 

52; S. S. 102. 
Shaughnessy, W. J. 150. 
Shaver, W. V. M. 93; G. 

N. 79; H. H. 85. 
Shaw, G. S. 59; E. 138; 

J. T. 25; H. C. 37; V. 

H. 37; A. C. 99; J. D.' 

100. 
Shepherd. S. J. 27. 
Shepley, G. F. 83. 
Sheppard, M. 104. 
Sherren, J. C. 58. 
Sherry, J. C. 26. 
Sherwood, L. P. 98. 
Shillington, P. S. 88. 
Shilton, J. 85. 
Shorey, D. W. M. 88. 
Short, J. 25; W. 26; S. 28. 
Shouldice, F. L. 24. 
Shurtleff, W. L. S. 143. 
Silver, G. E. 186; A. E. 

t>5. 
Silverthorn. T. A. 85. 
Simard, R. 145. 
SJrams, J. R. H. 57. 
Simpson. F. E. 47; D. B. 

88: T. H. 93; J. H. 

34; J. J. W. 85; A. 189. 
Sims, H. J. 88; R. J. 98. 
Sinclair, J. A. 59; D. C. 

66; J. H. 66; W. M. 89; 

W. E. N. 97; R. V. 98; 

V. A. 102; D. L. 82; N. 

86; R. V. C. 147. 
Singer, J. 35: A. 85; E. 

F. 85; L. M. 85; J. 85. 



BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS IN CANADA. 



369 



Skelton, M. L. M. 184. 
Skeans, W. A. 85. 
Skene, S. D. 25. 
Skinner, W. W. 151 

M. 59. 
Slaght, A. G. 92; 

101. 
Slater, S. 93. 
Slatteiy, R. J. 87; 

85. 

37. 



S. A. 



R. 



Stewart, A. McN. 187; P. 
S. 188; R. 25; J. R. F. 
26; W. S. 138; J. D. 



Terhune, J. E. 95. 
Ternan, G. B. 65. 
Terrell. J. 65. 



C. 85. 



Sleigh, C. H 
Slipp, A. R. 57. 
Bioan, T. R. 93. 
Small, J. T. 81; H 
Smallwood, C. R. 130; F. W. 

184. 
Smart, R, S. 144. 
Smellie, J. F. 98; R. S. 85. 
Smiley, F. L. 96; J. S. 64. 
Smith, A. A. 96; L. A. 98; 

J. J. 98; A. 98; W. F. 

90; A. L. 90; R. 90; W. 

A. 94; B. S. 59; H. J. 

59; A. R. 190; A. L. 24; 

R. A. 27; G. P. 28; A. 

W. H. 47; R. C. 151; C. 

153; J. P. 192; C, R. 64; 

R. K. 64; S. S. 100; G. 

Y. 103; A. N. 35; B. G. 

W. 37; J. T. 64; F. D. 

66; G. J. 88; H. D. 90; 

J. P. 85; G. L. 85; C. 

P. 85: L. C. 85; W. A. 

85; J. G. 86; D. 37; R. 

37; D. 48. 
Smoke, P. 99; F. 86. 
Smyth, W. R. 85. 
Smvthe, G. H. 94; R. G. 

85. 
Snider, T. A. 89; F. C. 86. 
SnoW, J. R. 78. 
Sommerville, N. 85. 
Soule, J. A. 93. 
Sparham, B. E. 101. 
Sparling, H. G. 184; J. K. 

51; F. W. 51. 
Spence, J. D. 83; J. H. 84. 
Spencer, L. B. 103. 
Sperbcr, M. M. 151. 
Spereman, E. C. 98. 
Spice, E. 52. 
Spinks, R. C. 37. 
Spotton, W. H. B. 187 



138; F. S. 151 W: 151; j Tessier, C. 149; A, 153; J. 

A. 155. 
Tetreau, E. 151; M. 151. 
Theberge, A. 151. 
Thom, D. J. 189. 
Thomas, E. J. 53. 
Thompson, F. 184; B. W. 

51; R. M. 53; W. E. 65; 
J. E. 87; F. H. 96; A. 

B. 97; J. 98; A. T. 98; 
A. B. 99; J. A. 78; C. 

. W. 85. 

! Thomson. H. F. 188 ; G, C. 
1 187 and 190; L. 191; H. 

U. 28: D. 28; A. C. M. 

153: W. K. 65; G. C. 93; 

C. A. 82; D. E. 86; A.. 
J. 86; T. C. 86; P. G. 
26. 

Thornburn, W. 53. 
Thorneloe, W. E. 184 and 

191. 
Thornton, G. S. 49, 
Thrasher, G. G. 102. 
Thurston, W. G. 86. 
Tibbetts, H. A. 91. 
Tiffin, F. W. 37. 
Tiffnny, E. H. 87. 
Tighe, R. D. 26. 
Till^v, L. P. D. 59; W. N. 

86. 
Tins'lev, A. R. 149. 
Tipton, J. G. 26. 
Tiins, F. E. 92. 
Tobin. W. R. 64: T. F. 

65: H. S. 37. 
Todrick, T. 36. 
Toothe, R. M. C. 95. 



G. G. 153; D. M. 87; 
H. A. 89; J. C. 90; R. 
J. 94; T. 95; D. E. K. 
95; J. A. 99; E. J. 100; 
A. M. 86; A. M. 189. | 
Stiles, G. A. 90. 
Stinson, T. H. 95. ! 

Stirton, D. M. 24. 
Stockan, E. 189. 
Stocklord. O. B. 28. 
Stockton, R. P. 37. 
Stockwell, R. F. 151. 
Stone, H. E. 99. 
Storey, D. S. 96. 
Strathy, G. B. 86. 
Siratton, R. D. 51. 
Strong, H. 138. 
Stuart. D. 25; A. 26. 
Stubbs, L. St. G. 47. 
Suffield, J. D. 52. 
Sullivan, A. 52; J. A. 151; 
W. H. 94; A. J. F. 101. 
Summers, M. F. 61; P. J. 

61. 
Supple, J. A. 99. 
Surveyor, E. F. 151; P. 

151. 
Sutherland, W. C. 50; A. 

J. 52; W. D. 67. 
Sutton, F. J. 51. 
Swabey, C. 79. 
Swansburg, A. 66. 
Swanson, D. A. J. 97. 
Swayze, W. D. 91. 
Sweatman, W. A. T. 52. 
Sweet, J. H. 35. 
Sweeney, P. J. 58. 
Sweeny, G. R. 86. 
Swift, H. E. 51. 
Sv/ineburne, J. E. 92. 
Sylvestre, C. J. 151; J. 154. 
Symes, R. 37. 
Symington, H. J. 52. 
Symons, D. T. 82; H. 85. 



A. 



Sproule, F. R. 52. 
Squires, R. A. 61. 
Slackhouse, R. T. 151. 
Stacpoole, D. A. 52; F. J 

38. 
Stafford,. L. 153; W. H 

87. 
Stairs, G. S. 150. 
Stanbury, J. G. 91. 
Stanton, J. P. 94. 
Stanworth, W. 90. 
Starr, J. R. L. 84. 
Start, C. E. 102. 
Staunton, G. L. 93. 
Stavely, W. R. 146. 
Stein, A. 144. 
Steinkopf, M. 52. 
Stephens. C. H. 151; L 

K. 151; L. F. 93. 
Sterne, G. H. 64. 
Stevens, J. M. 57 



Tabor, C. W. C. 192. 
Tait, J. S. 59; D. 



S. U. 



C. E. 



B. W. 



Talbot, L. A. 153; 

154; E. L. 38. 
Tanner, A. H. 151 

66; P. D. 189. 
Tansey, T. M. 146. 
Tanton, W. 138; 

138. 
Tapscott, C. S. 88. 
Tarr, E. J. 52. 
I Taschereau, R. 151; L. A. 
I 153; A. 153; E. 155. 
Tovlor, F. R. 59; G. E. 
187; W. P. 25; F. G. 
I 49; E. L. 52; S. S. 37; 
; A. D. 37; W. J. 38; S. 

T. 50: Wm. B. 86, 
iTeed, M. G. 59; J. F. H. 

1 Telford, J. P. 91; J. M. 
de i 93; W. P. 98. 
iTellier, J. M. 144. 
1 Temple, A. 33; R. H. M. 86. 
I Templeton, J.' 104. 



Stevenson, J. M. 189; W. G. I Tench, H. F. 53. 
C. 36. 'Tennent, D. H. 95. 



'lorrance, W. P. 85. 

'I'ourigny, L. 143. 

Towers, W. B. 50; N. E. 

99; R. I. 101. 
Townley, T. O. 37. 
Tracj', W. C. 155. 
Trahan, A. 152. 
Traver, E. 102. 
Trf leaven, F. F. 93; R. W. 

93. 
Tremain, E. D. 66; R. A. 

67: H. B. 67. 
Tremaine, C. F. 65; F. J. 

65. 
Tremblay, E. P. 151; O. 

143. 
Tremeear, W. J. 86. 
Trick, E. G. 51. 
Trihey, H. J. 151. 
Trites, R. 59. 
Tritt, S. G. 150. 
Trudeau, J. C. H. 148; H. 

144; J. A. E. 148. 
Truell, H. V. 152. 
Trueman. W. A. 57 ; J. 

MacM. 59; W. H. 50. 
Truscott, C. V. 187. 
Tucker, H. 152; H. G. 981 
Tudhope, M. B. 97. 
Tuffts, C. A. 189. 
Tulk, A. E. 36. 
Tunbridge, N. F. 34. 
Tupper, J. S. 53; W. J. 

53; C. S. 53; C. H. 37. 
Turcotte, J. 153. 
Turgeon, A. 153. 
Turnbull, F. W. 189; R. 

E. 189. 



370 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



Turner, W. D. 59; A. B. 

93 
Turville, W. D. B. 99. 
Tweedie, L. J. 57; T. M. 

25. 
Tweedy, G. 138. 
Twigg, H. D. 38. 
Tytler, J. 86. 



u 



Upper, H. P. 96. 
Urquhart, G. A. 82: D. 
86; T. 86; G. A. 103. 



Valens, G. C. 26. 

Valin, H. R. 97; G. J 

102. 
Vallee, A. 147; J. D. P, 

153. 
Vanasse, A. P. 155. 
Van der Voort, M. P. 85 
van Hallen, G. St. G. 53. 
Van Home, G. C. 37 
Vanier, G. 147; A. 149; G. 

152. 
Van Kleeck, S. B. 33. 
V^an Roggen, M. A. 37. 
Vanstone, R. 103. 
Varley, F. W. 28. 
Vaughan, W. R. 38. 
Vernon, G. H. 67. 
Verret, H. 143. 
Vickers, W. W. 86. 
Vien, T. A. 153. 
Vince, A. N. 59. 
Vincent, J. U. 98. 
Vining. J. 95. 
Vipond, E. E. 152; H. S. 

152. 
Virtue, A. G. 27. 
Vivian, H. 53. 
Vrooman, A. E. 184. 



w 



Waddell, F. R. 93; R. R. 

86. 
Wade, T. S. 88. 
Wadsworth, H. H. 190; W 

R. 78. 
Waines, W. L. 25. 
Wainwright, A. 147. 
Wakeling, B. M. 189. 
Wnldron. G. 86. 
Walkem, J. B. 94; R. K. 

35. 
Walker, H. E. 147; W. S. 

184: G. A. 25; J. A. 90; 

A. S. 186. 
Wall, J. A. 64; J. M. 64. 
Wallace, W. B. 59: J. W. 

67: J. G. 104: J. H. G. 

104 and 86; S. R. 184 

and 185: D. S. 188. 
Wallar. J. E. 53. 
Wallbridge, J. E. 26; F. S. 

88; D. S. 35; W. H. 85. 



Walls, J. P. 38; J. P. 88. 
Walrasley, T. 99. 
Walsh, J. C. 152; J. P. 
143; T. E. 152; W. W. 
65: M. 94; W. W. 37. 
Walters, C. S. 93. 
Warburion, A. B. 138. 
Ward, H. A. 100. 
Wardrop, R. 80. 
Wardrope, W. H. 93. 
Ware, G. G. T, 92. 
Warke, W. H. 90. 
Warne. J. P. 98. 
Warner, W. C. 25; A. H. 

53. 
Warion, R. I. B. 34. 
Warren, W. R. 61; J. J. 

86. 
Washington, S. F. 93. 
Waters, W. B. 24; W. B. 

182 
Waterston, E. J. 148. 
Watkins, W. B. 185. 
Watson, O. K. 100; G. A. 
104; G. H. 86; S. 86. 
Watt, J. 92; F. 92; J. R. 
25; A. S. 28; J. S. 28. 
Watts, A. E. 88. 
Webb, P. L. 90; N. R. 86. 
Weart, J. W. 37. 
Webster, B. W. 65; C. R. 

94; W. H. B. 38. 
Wedderspoon, D. 184. 
Weeks, G. N. 95; J. P. 99. 
Wegtnast, V. W. 86. 
Weinfield, H. 152. 
Weir, J. J. A. 88; G. E. 

91; A. 101. 
Weldon, J. W. 150; I. E. 

9o. 
Wells, J. P. 154; T. 94; W. 

A. 25. 
Wellon. H. R. 86. 
Wemyss, J. 48; T>. N. 38. 
Werretl, W. A. 86. 
West, W. S. 104. 
Westover, E. W. 147. 
Weyman, E. C. 59. 
Whalen, T. H. 58. 
Whealler, A. 37. 
Wheeldon. H. J. 53. 
Whelan, J. P. 152. 
Whprrv, R. ^6. 
White,' A. M. 38; W. J. 
152; C. D. 154; N. W. 
66; J. W. 90; D. B. 96; 
C. J. 36; P. 99: W. R. 
99; J. C. L. 99; J. T. 
84; J. P. 86; C. G. 38; 
F. H. 88. 
Wliitehead, W. M. 86. 
Whiteside, W. J. 34; D. 

34; A. M. 37. 
Whitinsr. J. L. 94. 
Whitman, A. 65; H. L. 191. 
Whitnev, Sir J. P. 86. 
Whitla, H. W. 52. 
Wicket, W. L. 101. 
Wickwire, H. H. 65. 
Widdifield, C. W. 87; W. 

C. 96. 
Wightman, H. W. 137. 
Wigle, E. S. 103. 
Wi^gress, G. S. 94. 
Wilkes, A. J. 88. 
Wi'Vie. G. 80. 
W'lkins, E. D. H. 28. 
Vx'ilVinFon. W. B. 86. 
Willett, J. 59. 



Williams, W. H. 184; P. A. 

48; E. S. 18H; A. 0. 49; 

E. K. 51 ; C. E. 53 ; H. P. 

92; W. E. 34; A. 37; 

W. H. 99; T. E. 102. 
Williamson. G. 151. 
Will, J. H. B. 24. 
Williston. E. P. 58. 
Willoughby, W. B. 187. 
Wills, J. F. 88. 
Willson, N. C. 26; P. W. 

99; P. D. 98. 
Wilson, A. A. 59; H. G. 

W. 186: F. C. 191; W. 

49; C. P. 51; P. J. 51; 

H. G. 53; C. A. 151; 

M. 90; J. A. 91; A. F. 

95; W. G. 96; U, M. 96; 

J. S. 96; P. E. 33: T. 

E. 35; 0. 37: A. D. 88; 

C. E. 38; T. H. 81; H. 

S. 25; 0. A. 26; P. W. 

35. 
WilK.n, J. W\ 53. 
Winkler, G. E. 26. 
Winn, E. S. H. 34. 
Winnett, J. W. G. 95. 
Wintemute, B. P. 38. 
Winter, J. A. 61; K. A. 

61; A. deB. 24; A. A. 

101. 
Win Plow, J. .J. F. 57. 
Wismer, G. S. 37. 
WisFler, H. 91. 
Wood, W. E. 61; H. S. 36; 

R. E. 99; S. C. Jr. 85; 

A. V. 38. 
Woods, S. B. 26: E. M. N. 

35. 
Woodworth, C. M. 38. 
Woody att, T. 88. 
Wootton, E. E. 38. 
Worrpll. J. A «^. 
Worsley, R. W. 191. 
Wragge, E. C. 34. 
Wrav, T. R. J. 86. 
WnVht. H. E. 13?^: C. A. 

25; E. A. 25; S. B. 49; 
W. 53: C. M. 25; G. C. 

144: M. 88: W. H 98; 
J. A. 25; H. J. 78; E. 
W. 85: J. A. 86. 
Wurtele. C. J. C. 155. 
Wrntt, J. E. 138. 
Wvrlpman. R. W. 50. 
Wylie, E. R. 187. 



Yarwood, E. M. 38. 
Yates, J. 53: J. S. 38. 
Yeomans. J. H. 58. 
Young, L. E. 59; H. 50; J. 

R. 53; E. M. 99; S. J. 

102: MfG. P6. 
Yule, G. H. 188. 
Yvon, A. W. 152. 



Zimmerman, G. 25. 



APPENDIX 



[371] 



LAW OFFICES 

EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES 

IN FORWARDING CLAIMS 

SHOULD APPLY FOR 

THE 

CANADA BONDED ATTORNEY 



A Publication specially designed for this purpose. 

The list contains the names of all places of 100 
population or over, giving specific Banking and 
Legal facilities. 

The use of the List insures : — 

Prompt acknowledgment of Claims ; 

Prompt Action ; 

Against loss through misappropriation, under 

Bond of the Dominion of Canada Guarantee 

and Accident Insurance Co. 
A Definite charge and obviates the necessity of 

using a map to locate a town. 

Our co-operative plan will interest you. 
Address 

CANADA BONDED ATTORNEY 
& LEGAL DIRECTORY LIMITED 

36 TORONTO STREET 

TORONTO - CANADA 



APPENDIX ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. 

BLAIRMORE. ALTA. 



L. H. PUTNAM, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, etc., 

BLAIRMORE, ALBERTA, CANADA. 
Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney. 



CALGARY, ALTA. 



BURNS & MAYOR, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

Offices: CALGARY and BASSANO, ALTA. 

R. C. Burns, B.A., LL.B. J. S. Mayor, B.A., LL.B. 

CLARKE, McCarthy, Cx\RSON & macleod, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA. 

A. H. Clarke, K.C. M, S. McQarthy, K.C. J. E. A. Macleod. 

J. M. Carson. A. L. Smith. W. C. Eobertson. 

F. S. Albright. F. L. Shouldice. A. deB. Winter. 

Cable Address: ''Clarod." Code: Western Union. 

E. A. DUNBAR, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc. 

Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8„ 9 and 10, Crown Bldg., First Street East. 

CALGARY, ALBERTA. 

(Formerly of Dunbar & Dunbar, Guelph, Ont.) 

P.O. Box 1267. 

FRANK E. EATON, 

Barrister, Solicitor and Notary, 

CALGARY, ALBERTA. 

Phone 3172. P. O. Box 1717. Herald Block. 

JONES, PESCOD & ADAMS, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 
Rooms 1-10. The Molsons Bank Block. 
CALGARY, CANADA. 
Clifford T. Jones. Samuel H. Adams. 

Ernest G. Pescod. 
Solicitors for The Molsons Bank. 
Cable Address: "Jones," Calgary. 

LATHWELL & WATERS, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc. 
117a 8th Avenue West, CALGARY, ALTA. 
W. T. D. Lathwell, B.A. W. Brooks Waters. B.A. 

Solicitors for : Premier Life Ins. Co. ; B. C. Life Ins. Co. ; Can. Fair- 
banks Morse Co., Ltd.; Aultman & Taylor Machinery Co. (Inc.): 
Alliance Investment Co. (Canada), Ltd.; Calgary Trades* Labor 
Council, etc. 



APPENDIX — ^ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 



CALGARY, ALTA. 

AITKEN, GILCHRIST & O'ROURKE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., * 

CALGARY, CANADA. 

E. T. D. AiTKEN, LL.B. H. H. Gilcheist. 

H. L. O'EOURKE. H. P. BABSON, B.A. 

Cable Address: ''Aitist." P.O. Box 1322. 



APPENDIX — ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS.— Continued. 3 
CALGARY, ALTA. 

LOUGHEED, BENNETT, McLAWS & CO., 

Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries. 

CALGARY, CANADA. 

Hon. J. A. Louqheed, K.C. R. B. Bennett, K.C, M.P. 

W. H. McLaws, Jno. R. S. Black, J. B. Roberts, C. H. Louqheed. 

Cables "Loughnett," Calgary. 
Solicitors for Hudsons Bay Co., Bank of Montreal, Canadian Bank of 
Commerce, Merchants Bank of Canada, Bank of N.S., Royal Bank of Can- 
ada, Massey-Harris Co., Ltd. 

C. WINFIELD MATHESON, B.A., 

(Dalhousie University) 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Puilic, 

Suite 107 P. Burns Bldg. 

CALGARY, CANADA. 

Solicitor for The Prudential Insurance Co. of America; The Commercial 

Adjusters, Limited ; The Norroena Society, Limited ; Credit Assn. of N.Y. 

(Inc.) Retail Credit Co., Atlanta, Ga., etc., etc. 

Reference: The Bank of Nova Scotia. Prompt attention given to 
collections. 
Phone: Office M. 2350. ' Wire: ''Matheson," Calgary. 

MUm, JEPHSON, ADAMS & BROWNLEE, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 

CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA. 

James Muir, K.C. J. P. J. Jephson, B.A. (Cantab.), 

Charles F. Adams. John E. Brownlee, B.A. 

Cables: "Jephson, Calgary." 

Codes: A. B.C., Fifth Ed., and Western Union. 

Solicitors for the Bank of British North America; Dominion Trust Co., 

Ltd.; Maryland Casualty Co.; The Law Society of Alberta, etc. 

JOHN J. PETRIE, 

Barrister and Solicitor. 

Norman Block. 

CALGARY, ALTA. 

Office, Phone 3375. Residence, Phone 44207 Centre. 

Reference, Canadian Bank of Commerce. 

Collections undertaken. 



E. V. ROBERTSON, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc. ■ 

304-306 Lougheed Bldg. 

CALGARY, CANADA. 

Reference: Bank of British North America. 

Collections undertaken. Cable Address: '' Jurist.' 



RYAN & WRIGHT, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

CALGARY, ALTA. 

Edward F. Ryan. C. M. Wright. Adrien Fadardeau. 



4 APPENDIX — -ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 

CALGARY, ALTA. 
SHORT, ROSS, SELWOOD & SHAW, 

Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries. 

CALGARY, ALBERTA. 

James Short. K.C, Crown Prosecutor. George H. Ross, LL.B. 

Frederick S. Selwood, B.A, Joseph T. Shaw, LL.B. 

Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada, Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co., 

North American Life Ass. Co., Great West Permanent Loan Co., Standard 

Trusts Co., Excelsior Life Ins. Co., etc. 

Cable Address: * * Shortross, Calgary." 

STEWART, CHARMAN & CAMERON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, eic, 

CALGARY, CANADA. 

Reginald Stewart. J. H. Chaeman, B.A., LL.B. 

J. MacKinley Cameron, LL.B. 

Members of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Alberta Bars. 

Trusts & Guarantee Bldg. Telephones 3825 and 3835. 

TAYLOR, MOFFAT & MOYER, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc. 

CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA. 

David S. Moffat, B.C.L. W. P. Taylor. Fred C. Moyer. 

Solicitors for The Bank of Hamilton ; The American Surety Company ; 

Canadian Westinghouse Co.. Ltd.; Mussens, Ltd., etc., etc. 

Special Collection Department 

TWEEDIE & McGILLIVRAY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc. 

105a 8th Avenue West. 
CALGARY ALTA. 

T. M. Tweedie, B.A., LL.B. A. A. McGillivrat, LL.B. 

Cable Address: ''Tweedie" Western Union Code. 



WRIGHT & WRIGHT, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

CALGARY, ALTA. 

Jno. a. Wright. C. A. Wright, B.C.L. 



CASTOR, ALTA, 



R. C. MURPHY, B.A., LL.B. 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc., 

CASTOR, ALTA., CANADA. 

Solicitor for Merchants Bank of Canada; Canada Bonded Attorney, 
etc. 



APPENDIX— ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 



EDMONTON, ALTA. 

GARIEPY, GIROUX & DUNLOP, 

Barristers, Advocates, Notaries, etc.. 

Corner MeDougall & Jasper Ave., 

EDMONION, CANADA. 

WiLFEID GaEIEPY. L. A. GlEOUX. 

G. Gillespie DuNLOP. ^" 

Members of the Bars of Alberta, Quebec and Saskatchewan. 

Solicitors for the Koyal Bank of Canada, Town of Morinville; Fort 
McKay Oil & Asphalt Co., Ltd.; Jasper Mining, Ltd.; Empire Loan Co.; 
Franco-Canadian Mortgage Co., Ltd.; London and Lancashire Life and 
General Assurance Co. (Loan Department), Edmonton College; Presto 
Heater Co. of Alberta, Ltd., etc. 

Company Law — Commercial Lnw — Collection Department. 

Correspondents throughout United States and Canada. 

P. 0., Drawer 39. Telephones, 5015, 1334. 



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6 APPENDIX^ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. CouUnued, 

CORONATION, ALTA. 

L. A. CORBY^ 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, 

CORONATION, ALTA. 

Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney. 

References : Merchants Bank of Canada ; Bank of Toronto, Coronation ; 

Bank of Toronto, Veteran. 



EDMONTON, ALTA. 



EDWARD BRICE, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, Etc. 

248 Jasper Ave. E. 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

Offices at Edmonton and Tofield. 

Reference: Royal Bank of Canada, Edmonton. 

Solicitor for the Town of Tofield; Canada Bonded Attorney for Tofield 

and Vicinity. 

JOSEPH A. CLARKE, 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc. 

Dyke Bldg., 209 Jasper East. 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

P.O. Box 627. 



S. A. DICKSON, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Fuhlic. 
Suite 602 Tegler Block. 
EDMONTON, ALBERTA. 
Reference : Dominion Bank, Edmonton. 



EMERY, NEWELL, FORD, BOLTON & MOUNT, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
Offices, Imperial Bank Building, EDMONTON, ALTA., CANADA 

E. C. Emery. C. F. Newell, K.C. Frank Ford, K.C. 

S. E. Bolton. C. B. F. Mount. 

J. B. HOWATT. N. R. LINDSAY. 

Cable Address: ''Beckem.^' Codes: Western Union, Liebers. 



APPENDIX— ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS.— Continued. 
EDMONTON, ALTA. 



GRIESBACH, O'CONNOR & CO, [ ' 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc.. 

National Trust Building, 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

W. A. Griesbach. G. B. O'Connor, K.C. 

Solicitors for: National Trust Co., Ltd, Bank of British North 

America. 

Collection Department. 
Cable Address : ^^Griesbach." Cable Code: A.B.C. (5th ed). 

HARRISON & WILSON, 

Barristers and Solicitors. 

Empire Block. 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

Wilfred G. Harrison. Charles A. Wilson. 

Cable Address: '^Harson." Code: Western Union. 

Loans; Collections; Investments. 

HYNDMAN, HYNDMAN, MILNER & MATHESON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Bublic, 

EDMONTON, ALBEKTA, CANADA. 

J. D. HYNDMAN. ' H. H. Hyndman. 

A. S. Matheson. H. E. Milner. 

Solicitors for the Boyal Bank of Canada. 

Collections carefully attended to. 
Cable Address: ''Hyndman." 

JOHN J. LAMONT, B.A., 

Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Public. 

Old No. 428 Jasper E. New No. 9725 Jasper St. 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

Refer to Royal Bank of Canada. 

Special Attention to Collections. 

JOHN R. LAVELL, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc., 

(Strathcona P. O.) 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

E. S. McQUAID, 

Barrister, Solicitor and Notary. 
Gariepy Block. 
EDMONTON, ALBEETA. 
Solicitor in Edmonton for Prudential Trust Co., Ltd.; Reliance Loan and 
Savings Co.; Colonial Investment and Loan Co., etc. 

PARLEE, FREEMAN & ABBOTT, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 

EDMONTON, CANADA. 

H. H. Parlee, K.C. C. L. Freeman. P. W. Abbott. 

Solicitors for: Canadian Bank of Commerce; Northern Crown Bank. 

P.O. Box 278. Cable 'Tremott." 



APPENDIX — ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 



EDMONTON, ALTA. 
RUTHERFORD, JAMIESON & GRANT, 

■' Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries, 

EDMONTON AND STEATHCONA, ALTA. 

Hon. a. C. Rutherford, LL.D., M.P.P. Frederick C. Jamieson. 
Charles H. Grant. 

Solicitors for Canada Bonded Attorney, Imperial Bank of Canada, 
Canadian Bank of Commerce, etc. 



APPENDIX— ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS.— Continued. 
EDMONTON, ALTA. 



ROBERTSON, MACDONALD & WINKLER, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

EDMONTON, ALBERTA. 

Harry H. Robertson. J. M. Macdonald. Gordon E. Winkler. 

Reference: Bank of B. N. A.; Dominion Bank. 
Write us for particulars in regard to first mortgage loans that will net 
8 per cent. 

Cable Address: ''Robson," Edmonton. 



SHORT, CROSS, BIGOAR, SHERRY & FIELD: SHORT 
WOODS, BIGGAR & COLLISSON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc. 

Merchants Bank Building, 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

Wm. Short, K.C. Hon. C. W. Cross, K.C. S. B. Woods, K.C. 

O. M. BiGGAR, K.C. JAS. T. J. COLLISSON. J. C. Sherry. 

S W. Field. 

Solicitors for : Merchants Bank of Canada ; Union Bank of Canada. 

Cable Address: "Schloss." 

Codes: A.B.C. (5th ed.) Bedford McNeil, Western Union. 

STUART & STEWART, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

Offices: Gariepy Block. 

Alex. Stuart, K.C, (Departmental and Authorized Parliamentary 

Agent, before Alberta Assembly). 

J. R. F. Stewart, LL.B. 

Cable Address: ''Alexes. " 

HIGH RIVER, ALTA. 



BALLACHEY & MACKENZIE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 
HIGH RIVER, ALTA. 

Alec A. Ballachey. W. G. MacKenzie, 

Solicitors for The Canadian Bank of Commerce, The Union Bank of Can- 
ada; Dominion Bank; Town of High River; Canada Bonded Attorney. 



LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 



JOHNSTONE & RITCHIE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, 

LETHBRIDGE, ALBEETA, CANADA. 

L. M. Johnstone, K.C. J. Norman Ritchie. 

PALMER & McLELLAND, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

216-220 Sherlock Building, 

LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 

John R. P.\lmer. W. H. McLelland. 



10 APPENDIX — ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 

LETHBRIDGE, AL TA. 

SHEPHERD & DUNLOP, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 

Simpson J. Shepherd. Allen E. Dunlop. G. E. A. Rice. 

(Successors to Simmons & Shepherd.) 

Solicitors for Canadian Bank of Commerce, Molsons Bank, Trusts and 

Guarantee Co., Ltd. 

Special Department for Collections. 



MACLEOD, ALTA. 



W. M. CAMPBELL, K.C., 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

MACLEOD, ALTA. 

BLAIRMORE OFFICE. 

CAMPBELL & GILLES, 

W. M. Campbell, K C. J. E. Gilles. 

FAWCETT & CAMERON, 

Barristers and Notaries. 

MACLEOD, ALTA. 

J. L. Fawcett, LL.B. C. E. Cameron. 

Phone 247. 

Mcdonald, martin & Mackenzie, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, etc., 
MACLEOD, ALTA. 
J. W. McDonald. T. B. Martin. D. G. Mackenzie. 

Cable Address ''Macmar" Macleod, A.B.C. Code. 

MACLEOD & GRAY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

MACLEOD, ALTA. 

Colin Macleod. W. S. Geay. 

Solicitors for: Town of Macleod; International Coal & Coke Co.; 
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd.; Employees Liability Ass'oe. 
Corp., Ltd. 



MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 



DAVIDSON & BELL, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 
G. T. Davidson. Morley L. Bell. 



APPENDIX — ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 11 

MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 

MAHAFFY & BLACKSTOCK, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 
J. J. Mahaffy. G. M. Blackstock. 

LAIDLAW, BLANCHARD & RAND, 

Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries, 
MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 
LoRNE N. Laidlaw. C. S, Blanchard. I. V. Rand. 

Solicitors for the Bank of Montreal ; Royal Bank of Canada ; Imper- 
ial Bank of Canada; Merchants Bank of Canada; Dominion Bank; 
Canada Bonded Attorney ; Canada Mortgage Investment Co. ; Stan- 
dard Trusts Co. ; Mortgage & Investment Co., of Medicine Hat. 

RED DEER, ALTA. 

GREENE & PAYNE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, 

RED DEER, ALTA. 

W. Ernest Payne. Geo. W. Greene. 

Solicitors for The City of Red Deer; The Northern Crown Bank; 

The Imperial Bank of Canada; The Canadian Bamk of Commerce. 

Collections receive prompt attention. 

H. G. SCOTT, M.A., LL.B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc. 
EED DEEE, ALTA. 

TABER, ALTA. 



PROWSE & LYONS, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, 

TABER, ALTA. 

John B. Lyons, LL.B. J. Harper Prowse, LL.B. 



WETASKIWIN, ALTA. 



LOGGIE & MANLEY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

WETASKIWIN, ALTA. 

W. J. LoGGiB, LL.B. R. W. Manley. 

Phone 78. P.O. Drawer 1. Cable Address: ''Loman" Wetaskiwin. 

Solicitors for The Canadian Bank of Commerce; Canada Bonded 

Attorney. 



12 APPENDIX — ALBERTA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 

WETASKIWIN, ALTA. 



WATT & "WATT, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, 

Offices: WETASKIWIN, ALTA., LEDUC, ALTA. 

John Stewart Watt, M.A., LL.B. Arthur Stewart Watt, M.A., LL.B. 

KAMLOOPS, B.C. 



F. TEMPLE CORNWALL, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, 

Official Administrator Kamloops Electoral District. 
Solicitor for : Imperial Bank of Canada ; Canada Bonded Attorney. 



NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. 



CORBOULD, GRANT & McCOLL, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. 

G. E. CoRBOULD, K.C. J. E. Grant. A. E. McColl. 

Solicitors for Bank of Montreal. P.O. Box 92. 

ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, 

Barrister-at-law, Solicitor, etc.. 
Offices: Merchants Bank Building, NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. 
Solicitor for: Bank of Vancouver; The Dominion Bank. 

Cable Address: '' Johnston, ' ' Code: Western Union. 
Telephone No. 1070. 

WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 

Hart Block, Columbia Street, NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. 

W. J. Whiteside, K.C. H. L. Edmunds. D. Whiteside. 

P.O. Drawer 200. Telephone 69, 

CableAddress : "Whiteside,^' Western Union. 
Solicitors for the Royal Bank; Westminster Trust, Ltd. 



VANCOUVER, B.C. 



ABBOTT, HART-McHARG, DUNCAN & RENNIE, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 

209 Winch Building, Hastings St., 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

J. L. G. Abbott. W. Habt-McHaeo. 

P. R. Duncan. George Rennie. 

Solicitors for the Merchants Bank of Canada. 

Cables: **Devant,*' Vancouver. Codes. Bedford McNeill, Western Union, 
Moreing & Neal. 



APPENDIX— BRITISH COLUMBIA LEGAL CARDS.~C Ontinued. 13 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 



BOWSER, REID & WALLBRIDGE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

Canada Life Bldg., VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Hon. W. J. Bowser, K.C, Atty.-Gen. R. L. Reid, K.C. 

D. S. Wallbridge. a. H. Douglas. W. H. D. Ladner. 

J. Goodwin Gibson. A. C. Des Brisay. 

W. B. A. Ritchie, K.C. Counsel. 

Solicitors for the Bank of B. N. A. 

Cable Address: "Bowfridge." Codes, A. B.C., Western Union. 

DAVIS, MARSHALL, MACNEILL & PUGH, 

Barristers, Solicitors, efc.y 

London Building, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

E. P. Davis, K.C. C. B. Macneil, K.C. D. G. Marshall, K.C. 

J. S. W. PuGH. Douglas Armour. D. B. Kerr. 

W. G. McKeen. E M. C. McLorg. 

Cable Address: ''Damarell,'' Western Union; McNeill's 1908 Ed.j 

Al. Telegraphic. 

HANEY & JONES, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc. {also English Solicitor). 

518 Hastings Street, West, 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

C. N. Haney. Griffith Jones. 

Peter MacMjllan, M.A., LL.B. (Glas.) 

Reference : Bank of Hamilton. 

Cables Address: ''Hanones.*' P.O. Box 805. 

KENNEDY & MACKINTOSH, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc. 

24-25 Imperial Block, 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

J. K. Kennedy, B.C.L. Alan C. Mackintosh. 

Telephone 6675. 
Special Collection Department. 

KILL AM & BECK, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

101-107 Pacific Building, 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Cecil Killam, M.A., D.C.L. James E. Beck. 

Solicitors for: Merchants Mercantile Co. of Canada; Sterling Trust 

Co. ; German American Ins. Co., etc., Company, and Commercial Law 

Specialized. ^ 

LENNIE & CLARK, 

Barristers and Solicitors. 

Vancouver Block, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Robert Scott Lennie. John Arthub Clabk. 

Cable Address: "Lennie,^' Vancouver. 



14 APPENDIX— BRITISH COLUMBIA LEGAL CARDS.— Continued. 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 



LIVINGSTON, GARRETT, KING & O'DELL, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Etc., 

Top Floor Bank of Ottawa Building, 600 Hastings Street, West. 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Stuart Livingston, LL.B. A. E. Garrett. H. De W King LL B 

M. B. O'Dell. ' 
P.O. Box 284. Cable Address: ''Livingston," W. U. Code and 
Bedford McNei l. 

HENRY G. LOCKWOOD, 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc.. 

Pacific Building, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Special Attention to Collections. 



McCROSSAN & HARPER, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 
539 Pender Street, 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 
G. E. McCbossan. a. M. Harper. 



McDOUGAL, LONG, McINTYRE & CAMERON, 

Barristers ^ Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

Suite 505-509 Birks Building, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Branch Office: PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. 

G. Roy Long. Frank J. McDougal. P, J. McIntyre. A. G. Cameron. 

Phone, Seymour 6836. 

Cable Address: ''Dougal." Codes: Western Union, Bedford McNeil. 

McLELLAN, SAVAGE & WHITE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

337 Hastings Street, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

L. B. McLem^an. Wm. Savage. C. J. White. 

R. J. Hewitt. 

Special Attention to Collections. 

McPHILLIPS & WOOD, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 

Birks Bdg., VANCOUVER, B.C. 

L. G. McPhillips, K.C. Herbert S. Wood. 

J. D. McMuREiCH. G. B. Duncan. 

Solicitors for Union Bank of Canada; B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd.; 

B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd.; Rat Portage Lumber Co., Ltd.; B. C. Sugar 

Refining Co., Ltd.; Maryland Casualty Co.; Vancouver Gas Co., Ltd. 

Cable Address. ''Philla." 

MacNEILL, bird, MACDONALD & DARLING, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

Metropolitan Building, 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

A. H. MacNeill, K.C. J. E. Bird. R. M. Macdonald. 

Clarence Darling. 
Solicitors for: Bank of Toronto; Bank of Nova Scotia; Great North- 
ern Ry. 



APPENDIX — BRITISH COLUMBIA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 15 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 



MARTIN, CRAIG, PARKES & ANDERSON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

Fairfield Building, 445 Granville Street, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Joseph Martin, K.C. Charles W. Craig. Egbert B. Parkes. 

William G. Anderson. 

Cable Address: ''Craig Co." Northern Union Code. 

MATHESON & CARTER, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries. 

536 Hastings St. West, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Wm. D. Carter, K.C, (formerly of the New Brunswick Bar). 

Mackenzie Matheson (formerly of the Saskatchewan and Manitoba 

Bars). 

References : Bank of Vancouver ; Union Bank of Canada. 

Special Attention Given to Collections. 

Cable Address: ''Marter.'^ W. U. Code. 

TAYLOR, HARVEY, GRANT,, STOCKTON & SMITH, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, 

413 Granville Street, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

J. A. Harvey, K.C. S. S. Taylor, LL.B., K.C. E. J. Grant. 

R P. Stockton, LL.B. Robert Smith, LL.B. A. H. Boulton. 

Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada ; Canadian Mortgage Ass'n. 

TIFFIN & ALEXANDER, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc.. 
Pacific Building, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

F. W. Tiffin. Arthur Alexander. 

Cable Address: "Tiffalex." 
Solicitors for: Dominion Bank ; G. T. P. Ry. Co.; G. T. P. Steam- 
ship Co., Ltd.; Canadian Australian Steamship Co., Ltd.; B. C Fir 
& Cedar Lumber Co., Ltd. ; N. W. Can. Construction Co., Ltd. ; Lon- 
don & Can. Investment Co., Ltd.; Marion Steam Shovel Co.; Western 
Wheeled Scraper Co., Ltd. 

WILLIAMS, WALSH, McKIM & HOUSSER, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
Canada Permanent Building. 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 
Adolphus Williams, K.C. Walter W. Walsh. H. C. N. McKim. 

George E. Hottsser, 
Solicitors for the Molsons Bank, Canada Permanent Mortgage Corpora- 
tion, Confederation Life Association, etc. 



WILSON & WHEALLER, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 
Winch Building, VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Charles Wilson, K.C. A. Whealler. 

F. C. Ford. R. Symes. 

Solicitors to Bank of Montreal, etc. 

Cables: ''Winkfield." 



16 APPENDIX — BRITISH COLUMBIA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 

COLLECTION AGENCY. 

A.V.M.A. 

AMERICAN-VANCOUVER MERCANTILE AGENCY. 

John J. Wallace, General Manager. 

Collections Our Specialty. 

Suite 3, De Beck Building, 336 Hastings Street W., 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Phone Seymour 365^3. ''Service" Our Motto. 



VICTORIA, B.C. 



BARNARD, ROBERTSON, HEISTERMAN & TAIT, 
Barristers-at-Law, Solicitors, etc., 
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
Harold B. Robertson. G. H. Barnard. K.C, M.P. 

H. G. S. HEISTERMAN. E. L. Tait. 

A. W. Milligan. a. W. Cameron. 

Solicitors for R. G. Dun & Co., Imperial Bank of Canada, Dominion Bank, 
Merchants Bank of Canada, Canada Bonded Attorney. 
Cable Address: *'Robron." 

BODWELL & LAWSON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

918 Gtovernment St. 

VICTORIA, B.C. 

E. V. Bodwell, K.C. J. H. Lawson, Jr. H. G. Lawson. 

E. C. Mayers. W. S. Lane. 

Solicitors for: Bank of Montreal; Canadian Bank of Commerce. 

Cable Address : ^'Bodirving." 

COURTNEY & ELLIOTT, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, 

1223 Douglas Street, VICTORIA, B.C. 

C. K. Courtney. Fred C. Elliott. 

KEEFER & PITTS, 

Barristers-at-law, Solicitors, etc., 

Times Building, VICTORIA, B.C. 

Hugh Cuthbert Keefer. Clarence Harold Pitts. 

TAIT, BRANDON & HALL, 

Barristers-at-law, Solicitors, etc.. 

Floor 6, B.C. Permanent Building, VICTORIA, B.C. 

David S. Tait. James S. Brandon. Henry C. Hall. 

Cable Address: ''Tabon.'' 

Solicitors for: The Bank of Vancouver. 

P.O. Drawer 1564. Telephone No. 277. 



APPENDIX — MANITOBA LEGAL CARDS. * 17 

BRANDON, MAN. 

CLEMENT & CLEMENT, 

Barristers, etc., 
BRANDON, MAN. 

S. E. Clement. B. A. Clement. 

Solicitors for: The Dominion Bank; The Manufacturers Life Insur- 
ance Co. ; The Sun & Hastings Savings & Loan Co. 

COLDWELL, COLEMAN & BRUCE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
BRANDON, MANITOBA. 
Geo. Eobson Ccldwell, K.C. George B. Coleman, K.C. 
Geo. W. Bruce, K.C. N. Whitby Kerr. 
Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada, Bank of B. N. A., The Im- 
perial Life Assurance Co. of Canada, Brandon Machine Works, Canada 
Bonded Attorney. Special Collection Department. 
Cable Address; ^^ColdwelL^^ 

HENDERSON & MATHESON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
BRANDON, MAN. 
Henry E. Henderson, K.C. Robert Mi», Matheson. 

Solicitors for Merchants Bank of Canada, Canadian Bank of Commerce, 
Occidental Fire Insurance Company, etc., etc. 

MINNEDOSA, MAN. 

GEO. A. EAKINS, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, 
MINNEDOSA, MAN. 

Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney. 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 
ANDREWS, ANDREWS, CURLE, BURBIDGE & BASTEDO, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 
Aikins Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

Alfred J. Andrews, K.C. Fletcher S. Andrews. 

F. M. BuRBiDGE. W. H. CuRLE. D. L. Bastedo. 

Solicitors for Bank of Nova Scotia. 

AULD & HICKEY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc. 
718 Mclntyre Block, WINNIPEG, CANADA. 
R. E. Hickey. James Auld. 

Cable Address: ''Auld" Winnipeg. Telephone Main 4055. 



18 APPENDIX — MANITOBA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 



WINNIPEG. MAJN. 



AIKINS, FULLERTON, FOLEY & NEWCOMBE, 
AIKINS, LO^TUS & AIKINS, 

Barristers, etc., 

Law Offices: 221 MeDermot Ave., 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 

J. A. M. AiKiNs, K.C. C. P. FuLLERTON, K.C. J. P. Foley. 

Edwin Loftus. G. H. Aikins. C. K. Newcombe. 

G. C. Lindsay. A. B. Bell. R, C. Maples. 

Members of Bars of Provinces of Manitoba, Ontario, Nova Scotia, 
Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada; Bank of Ottawa, exc. 
Special attention to all departments including collections. 

Cable Address: ''Aikins." 



APPENDIX — MANITOBA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 19 



WINNIPEG, MAN. 

ELLIOTT, MACNEIL & DEACON, 

Barristers, Attorneys, Solicitors, etc., 

Offices: 311-316 Mclntyre Block, WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. 

G. A. Elliott. B. L. Deacon. M. G. Macneil. 

R. W. Wydeman. 

Cable Address, ''Elliott, Winnipeg." 



20 APPENDIX — MANITOBA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 
WINNIPEG, MAN. 

BEVERIDGE & HAMILTON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

311 Somerset Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

W. Oliver Hamilton. E. Beveridge. 

Telephone, Main 255. 

CAMPBELL, PITBLADO, HOSKIN, GRUNDY & BENNEST, 
CAMBELL, PITBLADO, HAIG, MONTAGUE & 
DRUMMOND-HAY, 

Barristers, etc.. 

Farmer Bldg., WINNIPEG, MAN. 

Hon. Colin H. Campbell, K.C. Isaac Pitblado, K.C, LL.B. 

A. Erskine Hoskin, K.C, B.C.L. H. P. Grundy. E. H. Bennest. 

John T. Haig. P. J. Montague. H. R. Dsummond-Hay. 

W. F. Guild. 

Cable Address; * * Camf ords. ^ ^ 

DONOVAN & DOYLE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

314 Sterling Bank Bldg., WINNIPEG, MAN. 
W. J. Donovan, B.A. A. M. Doyle, LL.B. 

Collections everywhere, Special Staff. 

FISHER, WILSON, BATTRAM & HAMILTON, 

Barristers, Attorneys, Notaries, etc., 

216 Portage Avenue, WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

C. P. Wilson, K.C. James Fisher, K.C. John Francis Fisher. 

Stewart M. Battram. William C. Hamilton. 

Arch'd Campbell. B. W. Thompson. 
Registered Cable Address: "Fisher." Western Union Code. 
Solicitors for: Trust & Loan Co. of Canada; Northenn Pacific and 
Great Northern Ry. Companies. . 



GRAHAM, HANNESSON & McTAYISH, 
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.. 
Confederation Life Block, WINNIPEG. 
R. B. Graham. H. M. Hannesson. Roy McTavish. 



HEAP & STRATTON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

717 Mclntyre Block, 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 

F. Heap. R- I>. Stratton. 

HUDSON, ORMOND & MARLATT, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc.. 

Merchants Bank Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

A. B. Hudson. E. W. Marlatt. Horace Ormond. 

H. V. Hudson. H. E. Swift. 

Cable Address: "Hudormar.'' 



APPENDIX — MANITOBA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 21 

WINNIPEG, IVTAN. 

HULL, SPARLING & SPARLING, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 
National Trust Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 
W. F. Hull. J. K. Sparling. F. W. Sparling. 

Solicitors for: National Trust Co., Limited, Dominion Securities 
Co., Gordon, Ironside & Fares, Waterloo Mfg. Co., Ashdown Hard- 
ware Co., Walter Woods Co., Merick Anderson Co., Thos. Ryan Co., 
British Crown Mortgage Co., Fidelity Trust Co., Lambton- Winnipeg 
Co., Petrolia Investors Ltd. 

Cable address: "Hullspar. '' 

ISBISTER & MORTON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
Mclntyre Block, AVLNNIPEG, CANADA. 

Thomas Morton. Claude Isbister. 

Solicitors for: British Canadian Underwriters of Norwich, England; 
The North West Home & Loan Co., Municipality of Assiniboia; 
Queen's College of Kingston, Ont.; Vulcan Iron Works, Ltd.; Domin- 
ion E/quipment Supply Co.; Winnipeg Engineering Co.; Wortman & 
Ward Co.; Kelly, Simpson Constr. Co.; White & Manahan, Ltd.; 
Turnbull & McManus, Ltd.; Scotland Woollen Mills, Ltd.; Wm. New- 
man & Co., Ltd.; The Burrow. Stewart & Milne Co., Ltd.; Vermont 
Marble Co.; Canadian Eotary Engine Co.; National Construction Co. 
Cable Address: "Moroc. " 

LAIDLAW & EARL, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc. 

906-912 Union Bank Building. 

WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

Stuart R. Latdlaw. L. F. Earl. 

Reference : Union Bank of Canada. 

Solicitors : Br. Am. Mortgage Corp. ; Amalgamated Land & Mort. 

Cos. of Wpg., Ltd. ; Dominion Lumber & Fuel Co., Ltd. 

Special Collection Der)artment. under personal supervision. 

F. J. G. McARTHUR, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc.. 
Offices: 512-514 Mclntyre Block, 416 Main St., WINNIPEG, MAN. 
Cable Address: ' ' Me Art hur. ' ' Winnipeg. 

McKERCHAR, MORRISEY & MASTERMAN, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

Suites 413-414-415 and 416 Union Bank Chambers, 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 

D. W. McKerchar. W. S. Morrisey. L. A. Mastekman. 

Cable Address: ''Charter Winnipeg." 

Western Union Code. 



MACDONALD, SULLIVAN & TARR, 

Barristers, etc.. 

National Trust Building, WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

Hon. Sir Hugh J. Macdonald, K.C. Edgar J. Tarr. 

Arthur Sullivan. 
26 



22 APPENDIX — MANITOBA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued, 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 



MACHRAY, SHARPE, DENNISTOUN, LOCKE & 
CRAWLEY, 

Barristers, Attorneys, Notaries, etc., 

Bank of Commerce Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

E. M. DENNISTOUN, K.C. J. A. Machray, K.C. F. J. Sharpe. 

Charles H. Locke. C. Alan Crawley. 

Herbert Dunk. G. F. de C. O. Grady. 

Solicitors and Counsel for: The Canadian Bank of Commerce; The 

Molsons Bank; The Sun Life Assurance Company of Ca nada. 

A. W. MORLEY, LL.B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, etc., 
606-7-8 McArthar Building, 
WINNIPEG, CANADA. 



PARKER & Mc VICAR, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

613-619 Union Bank Building, 

WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

B. C. Parker, Jr., LL.B. J. A. McVicar, LL.B. 

Reference : Bank of Hamilton. 

Telephone Main 9170. 

PHILLIPPS, ROGERS & SCARTH, 

Barristers, Attorneys, Solicitors, etc., 

Suite 31-33 Merchants Bank Chambers, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

Hugh Phillipps. C. S. A. Eogers. H. S. Scarth. 

Counsel for the Quebec Bank. 

Solicitors for: Metropolitan Ins. Co., Equitable Life Ins. Co., Canada 

Life Ass. Co., Imperial Elevator & Lumber Co., British-American Elevator 

Co., Security Elevator Co., Port Arthur Elevator Co., MeCabe Elevator 

Co., Grand Trunk Pacific Elevator Co., Cummings Grain Co., Ltd., Stand- 

ar d Elevator Co., Ltd., etc. 

RICHARDSON & COLLINSON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc. 

W. W. Richardson. J. C. Collinson. 

Confederation Life Building. 

WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

Reference : Quebec Bank. 

Prompt and -personal attention to collections. 

SHARPE, STACPOOLE, ELLIOTT & MONTAGUE, 

Barristers. 

Union Bank Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

E E Sharpe. D. A. Stacpoole. L. J. Elmott. F .F. Montague. 

Cable Address: "Metsha.'' 
General Solicitors for Manitoba and the Northwest of Union Bank of 
Can.; International Harvester Co. of Am.; Imperial Oil Co.; Ltd.; Cana- 
dian Elevator Co., Ltd.; Sask. Elevator Co., Ltd.; Monarch Lumber Co., 
Ltd.; Haug Bros. & Nellermoe Co., Ltd.; Minneapolis Threshing Machine 
Co.; Nichols & Shepard Co.; Gaar-Scott & Co.; Reeves & Co.; Molme Plow 
Co.; Racine Sattlev Co.; American Seeding Machine Co.; Tudhope- Ander- 
son Co.; M. Rumeiy Co.; Buffalo Pitts Co.: Parsons Hawkeye Mfg. Co.; 
Federal Life Assce. Co.; Continental Life Ins. Co.; Hartford Fire Ins. 
Co.; Winnipeg Land and Mortgage Corp. 



APPENDIX — MANITOBA LEGAL CARDS.— Continued. 23 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 



SPKOULE & LOCKE, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

Trust and Loan Building, 

WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

F. E. Sproule. p. c. Locke. 

Solicitors for: The Mortgage Co., of Winnipeg, Ltd.; Winnipeg 

Securities Co., Ltd.; Wm. A. Marsh Co. Western, Ltd.; Winnipeg 

Supply & Fuel Co., Ltd. ; W. A. Mackenzie & Co., Ltd. ; Garry Realty 

Corp.; H. E. Ledoux Co., Ltd.; B.N. A. Tobacco Co., Ltd.; Hyland & 

Galloway, Ltd.; Lighting Systems, Ltd.; Tiffany Studios; Overland 

Loan Co., Ltd., etc. 

Special attention given to investments. Collections receive best 
attention. 

Cable Address: "Solicitor.'' 
Phone Main 4634. Special Examiner in King's Bench. 

TAYLOR, MacALPINE & ROSS, 

Barristers, Attorneys, etc., 

WINNIPEG, MAN. 

Edmund L. Taylor, K.C. C. D. h: Mac Alpine. Douglas II. Eoss. 

Solicitors for : Great West Permanent Loan Co. ; Imperial Canadian 
Trust Co. ; Canadian National Fire Insurance Co. ; Monarch Life 
Insurance Co. ; Standard Loan Co. 

Cable Address: "Taylor." 

TUPPER, TUPPER, McTAVISH & CO., 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

WINNIPEG, CANADA. 

J. Stewart Tupper, K.C. William J. Tupper, K.C. 

Gordon C. McTavish. Charles S. Tupper. 

Solicitors for Banks of Montreal, B. N. A., Merchants, Royal and Home, 

National Trust Co., Ltd., Edinburgh Life Assurance Co., C.P.R. Co., Hudson 

Bay Co., Ogilvie Flour Mills, Ltd., Canada Bonded Attorney, etc., etc. 

H. W. WHITLA, K.C, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc., 
Union Trust Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

J. H. WOODSIDE, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc., 
Union Trust Building, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

BATHURST, N. B. 

N. A. LANDRY, LL.B., K.C, 

Barrister-at-Law. 
BATHURST, N.B. 
Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 



24 APPENDIX — NEW BRUNSWICK LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 
DALHOUSIE, N. B. 

E. RENE RICHARD, B.A., LL.B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc., 
Clerk of the Peace, 
DALHOUSIE, N.B. 

Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney. 

FREDERICTON, N.B. 

PERCY A. GUTHRIE, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc., 

FREDERICTON, N. B. 

Offices: Opposite Post OfBce. 

Solicitor for: — The Town of Marysville; St. John & Quebec Ry. Co.; 
Clerk, York Cbunty Court. 

MONCTON, N.B. 

AUSTIN A. ALLEN, 

Barrister and Solicitor, 
Wright Building, MONCTON, N.B. 

R. W. HEWSON, K.C., 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc., 

MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

ST. JOHN, N.B. 
BARNHILL, EWING & SANFORD, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Alex. P. Barnhill, K.C, D.C.L. Charles F. Sanford. 

Commissioner in New Brunswick Master Supreme Court, 

for Ontario. New Brunswick. 

Wm. a. Ewing, K.C. 

References: John Macdonald & Co., Toronto, Ont. 

Solicitors for: Bank of New Brunswick; Phoenix Foundry & Locomo- 
tive Works; Saint John Iron Works; John E. Moore & Co., Ltd.; C. M. 
Bostwick & Co. 

BAXTER & LOGAN, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

1-3 Eitchie's Building, 50 Princess Street, SAINT JOHN, N.B. 

John B. M. Baxter, K.C, M.P.P., Recorder of the City of St. John. 

G. Earle Logan, B.C.L. 
Cable Address: ''Baxter." Codes: W.U. and A.B.C. 5th Edition. 



APPENDIX — NEW BRUNSWICK LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 25 
ST. JOHN, N.B. 

HANINGTON & HANINGTON, 

Barristers, Attorneys, Notaries, etc., 
SAINT JOHN, N.B. 

A. H. HANINGTON, K.C. C. S. HANINGTON, B.C.L. 

Beferences at St. John: Royal Bank of Canada; Bank of N.B. ; 
Bank of N. S. ; Manchester Robertson Allison, Ltd.; C. & E. Everett; 
T. McAvity & Sons, Ltd. ; C. H. Peters' Sons, Ltd. ; G. S. Fisher A 
Sons; D. Magee's Sons. Montreal: The Gault Bros. Co., Ltd.; D. 
Morrice, Sons & Co. England: Edward Partington, Glossop, Eng. 

INCHES & HAZEN, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
ST. JOHN, N.B. 
Cyrus Fiske Inches, LL.B. (Harv.), D. King Hazen, B.A., B.C.L. 

Solicitors for: Canada Bonded Attorney, Canadian Northern Railway, etc. 

POWELL & HARRISON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

H. A. Powell, K.C. Member International Joint Commission. 
W. H. Harrison, LL.B. (Harv.) 
References: Royal Bank of Canada; Bank of Nova Scotia; Canadian 
Credit Men's Trust Association, Ltd.; Prudential Trust Co.; W. H. 
Thorne & Co., Ltd. 

HERBERT J. SMITH, B.C.L., 

Barrister, Notary Public, etc., 

Canada Life Building, ST. JOHN, N.B. 

, Beferences: Emery Bros., Great West Life Assurance Co., Equity Fire 
Insurance Co., U. S. Law List, Toronto Standard Chemical Co., Limited, 
National Chickle Co. 

WELDON & McLEAN, 

Barristers and Attorneys, 

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Hugh H. McLean, K.C. Fred R. Taylor. 

Solicitors in N.B. for Bank of Montreal, Bank of B. N. A., C. P. 

Ry. Co., Pullman's Palace Car Co., N. B. Southern Ry. Co., N. B. 

Ry. Co., W. U. Telegraph Co., St. John Ry. Co., Royal Trust Co. 

Cable Address: "McLean." 



26 APPENDIX — ST. John's, nfld. legal cards. 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

JOHN FENELON 

of the Middle Temple and Nfld. Bar, 

Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor of the S. C. of Nfld., Notary Public, etc., 

Board of Trade Building, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

P.O. Box 1175. Telephone 470. 

Cable Address: "Memor, Saintjohn's." 

WILLIAM R. HOWLEY, K.C., 

Barrister and Solicitor. 

Booms 20-21 Board of Trade Building, 

ST. JOHN'S, NFLD. 

Timber and Mineral lands negotiated. 

Commissioner of the Supreme Court of the Province of Quebec. 

Cable Address: Leyder, St. John's. Codes used: A. B. C. 5th ed. Bentley's. 

R. A. SQUIRES, LL.B., 

Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor and Notary, 

Bank of Montreal Building. 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney. 

References : — Bank of Montreal ; Bank of Nova Scotia ; Royal Bank 
of Canada; Canadian Bank of Commerce; Nfld. Government Savings 
Bank. 

AMHERST, N.S. 

RALSTON, HANWAY & RALSTON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

AMHEEST, NOVA SCOTIA. 

J. L. Ealston (see Maclean & Co., Halifax). 

J. A. Han WAY. John S. Smiley. 



ROGERS, MILNER & PURDY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

AMHERST, N. S. 

T. S. EOGERS, K.C. (Halifax Counsel). 

F. L. MiLNER. H. A. PUEDY. 

Solicitors for Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 



ANTIGONISH, N.S. 



WILLIAM CHISHOLM, K.C., 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc. 
ANTIGONISH, N.S. 
Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 



APPENDIX — NOVA SCOTIA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 27 

ARICHAT, N.S. 

— ' 

ALLAN J. CAMERON, 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc. 
ARICHAT, N.S. 
Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 

DI GBY, N.S. 

HARRY L. DENNISON, K.C., 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc. 
DIGBY, N.S. 
Solicitor for Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 

GLACE BAY, N. S. 

W. R. TOBIN, 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc., 

Offices: GLACE BAY and NEW WATERFORD, N.S. 
P.O. Box, 265 Glace Bay. " 

HALIFAX, N.S. 

EDMUND P. ALLISON, LL.B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc., 
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA. 
References: Bank of Nova Scotia; Bank of Montreal; Massey-Harria Co., 
Limited; Silliker Car Co., Limited, Halifax, N.S. 

F. L. DAVIDSON, LL.B., 

Barrister and Solicitor of the Nova Scotia and Ontario Bar, 
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA. 
Correspondents: London, England; Arnold and Henry White, 
,12-14 Great Marlborough St., London, W. 



HARRIS, HENRY, ROGERS & HARRIS, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

St. Paul Building, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Robert E. Harris, K.C. William A. Henry, K.C. 

T S. Rogers, K.C. Reginald V. Harris. 

John E. Read. John S. Roper. 

Cable Address: "Henry," Halifax. 

A. B. C, McNeil's Directory and Lieber's Codes. 



28 APPENDIX — NOVA SCOTIA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 



HALIFAX, N.S. 
'CONNOR & RUSSELL, 

Barristers and Solicitors, 

Metropole Building, 
HoUis Street, HALIFAX, N.S. 

William F. O'Connor, B.C.L., LL.B., K.C. 
Bernard W. Russell, B.A., LL.B. 



APPENDIX — NOVA SCOTIA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. , 29 
HALIFAX, N.S. 

J. JOHNSTONE HUNT, K.C., D.C.L., 

Barrister, etc., 
104 Grenville St., HALIFAX, N.S. 
Gable Address: "Hunt, Halifax.'' 

McINNES, MELLISH, FULTON & KENNY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 

35 Bedford Eow, HALIFAX, N. S. 

Hector McInnes, K.C. Humphrey Mellish, K.C. 

W. H. Fulton, K.C. J. B. Kenny. 

A. W. Jones. W. C. Macdonald. H. C. Morse. 

MACLEAN, BURCHELL & RALSTON, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc.. 

Chronicle Building, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA. 

A. K. Maclean, K.C. Charles J. Burchell, K.C. J. L. Ealston. 

Cable Address: ' ' Macburral. ' ' 

Codes : A. B. C, Western Union. 

J. C. O'MULLIN, LL.B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, Commissioner, etc., 

171 Hollis St., HALIFAX, N.S. 

Eefer to any Bank in Halifax. 

ALFRED WHITMAN, B.A., LL.B., 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc., 

Acadia Loan Building, HALIFAX, N.S. 

Solicitor for Acadia Loan Corporation. 

Beference : Roval Bank of Canada. 

London Correspondents : Jjumley & Lumley, 15 Old Jewry, E.G. 

Cable Address, ''Aftman," Halifax. 



LUNENBUE,G, N. S. 



CHARLES W. LANE, LL.B., 

Barrister, Notary Public, etc., 

LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Solicitor for: The Eoyal Bank of Canada; The Canada Bonded At- 
torney. 

Appraiser for: Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation. 



30 APPENDIX — NOVA SCOTIA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 
NEW GLASGOW, N. S. 

JOHN DOULL, 

Barrister, Solicitor 4" Notary, 
NEW GLASGOW, NOVA SCOTIA. 

NORTH SYDNEY, N S. 

BLOWERS ARCHIBALD, K.C., 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, 

NORTH SYDNEY, N. S. 

Solicitor for: Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 

PICTOU, N.S. 

TANNER & MacKAY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 
PICTOU, N.S. 
Charles E. Tanner, K.C, M.P.P. J. W. MacKay. 



SHELBURNE, N.S. 



WHITE & BLANCHARD, 

Barristers,. Solicitors, etc., 
SHELBURNE, NOVA SCOTIA. 
Hon. N. W. White, K.C. F. C. Blanchard. 

Solicitors for Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 



SYDNEY, CAPE BRETON. 



GILLIES & HILL, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, 
SYDNEY, CAPE BRETON. 
J. A. Gillies, K.C. Wm. A. G. Hill, LL.B. 

Special attention given to collections in Cape Breton Island. 



TRURO, N.S. 



H. A. DICKIE, 

" Barrister and Solicitor, 

TRURO, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Solicitor for the Royal Bank of Canada, Bradstreets, etc. 
Special attention given to collections. ^ ; 



APPENDIX — NOVA SCOTIA LEGAL CARDS. — Continued 31 
TRURO, N.S. 



H. 0. MacLATCHY, 

Barrister, etc., 

Royal Bank Building, TRURO, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Refer to Royal Bank of Canada, Canadian Bank of Oommerce. 

Cable Address: "MacLatchy, Truro." 

RUFUS A. TREMAIN, 

Barrister, Solicitor, Notary, etc., 
TRURO, NOVA SCOTIA. 
Solicitor to R. G. Dun & Co. 
Collections made in all parts and promptly remitted. 

GILBERT H. VERNON, 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc. 
TRURO, N.S. 

YARMOUTH, N.S. 

CORNING & CHIPMAN, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
Lewis B, Chipman. C. L. Sanderson. 

Solicitors for Canada Bonded Attorney, etc. 



ARNPRIOR, ONT. 



TREVOR H. GROUT, 

Barrister, Solicitor, etc. '. 
ARNPRIOR, ONT. 
Solicitor for: Bank of Nova Scotia; Canada Bonded Attorney. 



BARRIE, ONT. 



McCarthy, boys & murchison, 

Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, etc., 

BARRIE, ONT. 

W. A. Boys, K.C. D. C. Mtjrchison. 



32 APPENDIX — ONTARIO LEGAL CARDS. — Continued. 

BELLEVILLE. ONT. 



CLUTE & SHOREY, 

Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 
BELLEVILLE, ONT. 

W. D. M. Shorey. a. E. Clute, LL.B., (Toronto). 

Solicitors for : The Dominion Bank ; Canada Bonded Attorney, and 
the Township of Ameliasburgh. 

Telephone: Office, 162— Residence,